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Title: Citrus County chronicle
Uniform Title: Citrus County Chronicle
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
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Publication Date: January 29, 2006
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Light sanding may help restore formica countertops


D ear Mr. HandyPerson: I'm
writing because I careless-
ly put a hot glass saucepan
down on a Formica countertop,
and it produced a small scorch
mark, about 1 1/2 inches long.
Do you have a solution to
remove or lessen this mark? If


there is no way to do so, then per-
haps you could scribble "No way"
on this letter and send it back to
me in the enclosed SASE. If there
is something that can be done,
then it might be worth including
in one of your columns. Thanks
for what I've learned from you,


and best wishes for 2006. David,
Sarasota
Dear David: Thanks for your
letter and your friendly com-
ments.
This is one of those situations in
which a bit more information (the
color or patterns on the counter-


top) and a photograph would have
helped.
But in general, the home reme-
dy Mr. HP knows is: Get some very
fine wet/dry sandpaper, the kind
used for body work on cars, and

Please see HANDY/Page 31E


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TERRY WTT '
Sterrywitt@chronicleonline.com
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Drive down Ozello Trail or Fort
Island Trail and they stretch to the"
'horizon in some locations. The man-
grove swamps and salt marshes are
part of Citrus County's vast wetland
areas along the coast, bufferine the
county from storms and providing
spawning nurseries for sport fish.
On the county's eastern side, fresh-
water marshes form a protect e
buffer around the 19,000-acre Tsala
Apopka Chain of Lake,. These
spraw linkg wetlands areas provide
food andi spawnine areas for fish and,
habitat for 'wildlife, and they filter
lake water. Some say the lakes are
S' really not lakes at all. They are pools
in a massive marsh system.
Wetlands can be as. small a, a
depression .in the back yard of, a
'home that fills during heavy rains
and holds the water until the level of
the aquifer drops. Or it could be as
'Please see WETLANDS/Page 4A


BRIAN LaPETERiCr,.or,.:ile
Mike and Kautia Hampton have been selected as the Chronicle's-2005 Citizens of the Year because-of their tireless devotion to Citrus County charities
and youth organizations.


Chronicle's 2005 Citizens of the Year:

Mike, Kautia Hampton have history of helping


ANDY MARKS
amarks@chronicleonline.com
Chroniclc
Generosity comes naturally to
Mike and Kautia Hampton, and
yet the. react to it in such dras-
tically different ways.
Mention any of their numerous
charitable projects and Kautia's For r
eyes and smile lieht up the room edit
as she recounts the efforts, the corn
people who worked behind the see
scenes and those who directly PAC
benefited
Mike watches closely and cautiously as
his wife effervescently puts herself back in
the moment. When she smiles, he smiles
too. But just a little bit. Then he looks
down, shifts his hands and regains his
cool.
Cool is Mike's out pitch. He leans on it
on the pitcher's mound at Atlanta's Turner


Field when Barry Bonds glares back at
him from the batter's box, and lie leans on
it when somebody outside of his inner ci'r-
cle wants to talk about the list of nice
things he's done off the baseball field.
Sorryn Mike, you're just going to have to
get comfortable. Because it's a long list.
The Hamptons have a long history of
giving, but even against their own
related lofty standards they invested
irial .mountains of time and money
ment, into Citrus County causes in 2015.
Foir that reason, for their tireless
GE 2C devotion to the count's charities
and youth organizations. Mike
and Kautia Hampton are the
Chronicle's 2005 Citizens of the Year.
When reviewing a year's worth of
accomplishments by the Mike Hampton
Pitching In Foundation, some enormous
items stand out. There was December's
"Country Rocks' the Canyon" benefit con-
Please see HAMPTON/Page 5A


Ad the nominees are ...

Many worthy candidates

considered for top honor


JIM HUNTER
hunter@
chronicleonline.com
Chronicle

A bevy of worthy Citrus
Countians were nominated
for the Chronicle's Citizen
of the Year Award for 2005.
Joan Murphy
Joan Murphy, the presi-
dent of the local chapter of
National Alliance for the
Mentally Ill iNAMI)
received many nomina-
tions. One peirsoni nominat-,
ing, her, Debbi Lattin.
chairperson of Citrus,
County Harvest Inc., said
'that under Murphy's lead-


ership the local NAMI
chapter had achieved new
levels of success.
'Joan has been instru-
mental in bringing work-
shops to our community,'
Lattin said.
In addition to participat-
ing with the county and
The Centers in depression
screening. Murphy and her
'group strive to constantly
bring the latest in
advances in mental health
treatment to residents and
health workers. Lattin
said.
Lattn,. as did others,
Please see NOMINEES/Page 7A


CARING FOR OUR ANIMALS
Lisa Jacobscn, president; Karron Curtis, vice
president; Bonnie Andrian, treasurer: Km Smith,
recording -ecretar.:; Pat RuLpp corresponding
secretary; Jim Jacc'bsor'n, board member; Trish
Kalienbach, veterinarian, bcard member; Bornnie
Dirks, board member.
Board members of Room For One More Pet Rescue
'Inc. are Lisa Jac:bson,sr prescient; Jim Jacobson, vice
president; Bonnie Anidrian, secretary, Karron Curtis,
treasurer; and Donna Schmindt, board member.
The Web site for Room For One More Pete F'es,-ue Inc..
is www.roornmfr.ror ien,-rre.net. The site was designed
and is maintained by Bonnie Andr ian .
.I The Humane Society and Room For Ore More Pet
* Rescue Inc. ar6 both 501 (c) (3) organizationss which
means donations to both organizations are tax .
deductible.


Citrus Humane Society looks to 'paw-sitive' future


New officers tackle duties, make plans


TERRY VWITT
terrywitt@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
One of the most active pet res-
cue groups in Citrus County has
been handed the reins of the
Humane Society 'of Citrus
County, a group that drew bad
publicity 15 months ago when its
officer election degenerated into
arguments and finger-pointing
and had to be closed by a deputy


sheriff.
Now. some of the Humane
Society's former critics are run-
ning the organization, and they
say they have big plans to work
with other pet rescue groups to
foster more adoptions and create
a shelter that would use
euthanasia only when animals-
are too aggressive or too ill to
adopt.
In November, former Humane
Society president Christy Hand


turned the organization over to
Room For One Miore Pete Rescue
Inc. founder Lisa Jacobson,
according to Karron Curtis, vice
president of Room For One
More.
Curtis said Hand cited her
busy work schedule as the rea-
son for giving up the volunteer
job.
Jacobson is now president of
the Humane Society and Curtis
is vice president. Two members
of the old Humane Society boa rd
of directors, one of them Trish
Kallenbach, a veterinarian with


* The next meeting of the
Humane Society of Citrus
County is set for 7 p.m. Feb.
9, at Paws-itively Pets, 751
Smith Ave. in Inverness.
Paw-sitively Pets is the
Humane Society's adoption
and pet supply center. The
phone number if 344-0554.
The meeting is open to the '
public.

Midway Ainimal Alternative &
Complementary Clinic, will
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Count,. Trie
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thousands of
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China, then
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F're,'sident Buh plans: to propose cuts in
tighter plane production., 10A


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New Year!
Beiling
prepared to
usher in the
Lunar New
Year 'ith a
bang. hitter
.authorities
lifted a
12-year
ban on
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N Workers begin
demolition of
city hall.,*3A
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recalled due to
possibility of
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Photographed through palm fronds, Tony Kanka sails his boat on Lake Hernando on
Wednesday afternoon. "I come out here after work to enjoy the beautiful day and a little
wind," Kanka said. "Beautiful!"


Old City Hall to be demolished Monday (it) will be lit up like


DAVE PIEKLIK
dpieklik@
chronicleonline.com'
Chronicle

The old Inverness City Hall is going
from workplace to park space.
Demolition of the '7,000-square-fo(
building begins Monday, almost tw
weeks after the new Invernes
Government Center opened its door
The two-story, 26,000-square-fo(
building replaces the former office
that served as city headquarters since
July 1962.
Once the old building is demolished
the final phase of work begins to cr
ate an expansive park-like setting,
complete with benches, trees an
lighting. Work on landscaping an
adding sidewalks is expected to la,
right up until a grand opening date fo
the new building in late March.
Development Services Director Ke
Koch said Thursday he believes th
plaza will be another attraction for th
city.

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"It will be a focal point for redevel-
opment around this entire area," he
said.
Demolition of the old building is
expected to take all week, according to
1g a representative of McCree Inc., the
Orlando-based company overseeing
ot work. Spokesman Steve Sawyer said
'o once debris is carted off, the site will
ss be prepared for the pouring of con-
s. create for the sidewalks.
ot That work will precede landscaping
:e that includes adding approximately 66
2e trees, "hundreds" of shrubs and flow-
ers.
d, He said the park will compliment
e- and accent the new government build-
g, ing.
id Describing some of the features,
id Koch said the plaza will have the
st theme lighting that matches lamp-
or posts that are already in. downtown
Inverness. While keeping with the
,n look, he said extra lighting will pro-
le vide extra security for a parking lot
ie behind the new city hall.
"(It) will be lit up like a Christmas


tree," Koch said.
He thinks the plaza, and a parking
lot off Tompkins Street, will be more
"pedestrian friendly," with sidewalks
and crosswalks. There will be bike
racks for those who visit on two
wheels, and more parking spaces for
cars. :
Seven spots are being removed from
a municipal parking lot in front of the
,Bank of Inverness off U.S. 41, Koch
said, to allow the government center to
be more visible. However, a 76-space
lot, which sits behind the building and
shares space with a shopping plaza -
had 34 parking spaces added for those
visiting city hall or downtown.
Koch expects many small communi-
ty activities to take place in the new
plaza once it's complete. He said
before, such things as a Christmas tree
lighting used to occur in a small park
at the old city hall, but that was about
it.
Koch expects activity to pick up now.
"Before, we had a park out there


a Christmas tree. %

Ken Koch
development services director, about the
parking lot behind the new city hall.

that wasn't used," he said. "This park
will be used more by people who visit
the downtown."
Before work begins, some residents
had different visions of what to expect.
Mary Horan, who comes downtown
every week, said she wasn't sure the
park would work
"I don't think this is the place for it
This is all business to me," she said,
motioning to nearby shops.
However, after moving to the Crown
Court assisted living facility two
months ago, Rita Darling said she
loves Inverness and looks forward to
the plaza. She said she would proba-
bly visit the park, which will be locat-
ed across the street from where she
lives.
Said Darling, "It's going to be beau-
tiful."


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j County BRIEFS

Send us your most
romantic moment

We want to know the most romantic
S- thing done by' or for that special some-
one. It can be something that hap-
pened last week, last year or in 1934;
Send us a paragraph or two about
what made the occasion unique,as
well as a phone number so a '
reporter can contact you. The most
Romantic stories will be included in han
article in the Health & Life section on
,- Valentine's Day.
S. Submissions may be sent by e-mail,
to cloflis@chronicleonline.com or to the
Citrus Count Chronicle attn: Cristy
,Loftis, 1624 N. Meadowcrest Blvd.,
- Crystal River, FL 34429. The deadline
*- for submissions is Monday, Feb. 6:..l


Pr Checkpoints
Srs being conducted
Sheriff's office deputies will con-
0 -duct driver's license and safety
equipment checkpoints in Citrus
County on., the following roads
through the months of January and
February 2006:
_- West Halls River Road, West
Rosedale Drive, West Venable Street,
North Dunkenfield Avenue, North Rock
Crusher Road, West Cardinal Street,
West Dunklin Street, West Green
Acres Street, North Turkey Oak Drive.
West Fishbowl Drive and West Crystal
Oaks Drive.
The sheriffs office says these
checkpoints not only help ensure.,.
motorists' compliance with Florida's
vehicular equipment and driver's J:
license laws, but contribute favorably
to the agency's overall highway safe-
ty objective.


School academy
taking applications
The 2006 spring session of the "''
Citrus County School District's Little
Red Schoolhouse Academy is taking
new participants.
The academy is a four-week inter-
active, hands-on, education series in
'which participants will gain a greater
'knowledge of the.operations of the
school district. Topics to be covered
include: budget, safety, student sery-'
ices, testing and,special programs.,
SClasses,will also ,incJlde tours of the
Instructional Resource Center.
Withlacooche.e Technical Institute,
Marine Science Station and ''
Environmental Science Academy.
Classes are free and will be from
6:30 p.m: to 9 p.m. April 11, 18, 25
and May 2 and 9 at the District
Services Center, 1007 West Main St.,
Inverness.
Plan to register early because
seating is limited. Forlmore informa-
tion or to reserve a spot, call Pat
Lancaster at 726-19'3', Ext. 2205.
Republican club
will meet Feb. 11
Nature Coast Republican Club will
meet at 8:30 a.r. Saturday, Feb.:11, .
at 6585 American Legion Post 155 on
W. Gulf to Lake Hwy.,.Crystal River.
SBreakfast' isat 8:30.and cost is
$5.50.
Two:.speakers are-scheduled: Don
Hess will speak regarding a special
plan of development for King's Bay,,
S,,and Chuck Dixon, Citrus County
Community Development Director,
who will'speak to issues that affect
Citrus County.
'All registered Republicans are eli-
gible for membership, and newcom-
ers will find this an excellent way of
meeting like-minded congenial con-
servatives.
For more information, call Al Cislo
at 628-5004.
Sheriff targets
aggressive drivers.
The Citrus County Sheriffs Office
targeted aggressive drivers Friday by
manning five major intersections.
Deputies looked for speeders, red-
light runners, those who follow too
closely and drivers who weave, in
and out of traffic.
Deputies made 180 traffic stops,.
Issued 25 red light citations. 42 red light
warnings, served three warrants, found
seven vehicles with drugs, and gave
out 117 traffic warnings and 29 cita-
tions; according to the sheriffs office.
The intersections under scrutiny
were: County Road 486 and U.S. 41,
U.S. 41 and Croft Avenue, U.S. 44
and U.S. 41, U.S. 44 and County
Road 491, County Road 491 and
County Road 486, U.S. 19 and Grover
Cleveland, U.S. 19 and County Road
490, U.S. 44 and County Road 486
and U.S. 19 and Venable.
Deputies included plain-clothed
officers, marked units and drug-sniff-
ing K-9 units. Of the people stopped,
151. received pamphlet information
about red-light running and aggres-
sive driving.
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WETLANDS
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complex as a cypress swamp near Crystal
River that feeds clean water to Kings Bay.
Are wetlands important?
Few people doubt wetlands as a vital
part of the county's ecology and its drink-
ing water supply. Some wetlands have
direct connections to the aquifer. The-
question is how much protection should
wetlands receive and who should handle
the regulatory duties?
BOCC role
Enter the Citrus County Commission:
Until recently, the county has largely
deferred wetlands regulation to the
Florida Department of Environmental
Protection and the Southwest Florida
Water Management District The county
comments on wetland issues for develop-
ment permits, but it has no power to issue
or deny wetland protection permits. That
could soon change.
At the request of commissioners, county
staff has proposed enhanced wetland pro-
tection rules that Would allow the county
to issue its own wetland permits through
the Land Development Code.
The Citrus County Comprehensive Plan
- the county commission's master land
planning document would establish
policies to serve as a basis for the LDC
wetland protection rules.
Commissioners were given a first look at
the proposed comprehensive plan policies
at the most recent county commission
meeting. The policies are contained' in the,
Evaluation and Appraisal Report, 6r EAR,
a report card every five years on how well
the comprehensive plan has been imple-
mented. When the count finds flaws in the


SOCIETY
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remain active on the new
board.
"Our big push is the develop-
ment of a no-kill facility,",
Curtis said. "Yes, we would
have to put some animals
down, but it would have to be is all aboi
an.extreme circumstance." has the dr
The criticism of t he H umane the follow
Society election. in October of program
2004 occurred when Hand and she was 1
her officers distributed ballots dent I kne
listing only their names. Curtis'
Critics of the organization Society t
had wanted the election to be account
open so they could gain seats being us
on the board. But they were not adoption
able to make nominations from sitively P
the floor. Society's
At the time,. Hand said the Inverness
election was legal and. the She s
organization had done nothing Society w
wrong. rescue g
The announcement .that adoption
Room For One More had taken The facili
over the Humane Society supplies.
spread quickly through the res- Curtis,,
cue community. Society a]
Pattie Amon, who rescues property
animals on her own, one at a Homosass
time, said the news that of the pro
Jacobson was president of the tery.
Humane Society was exciting The Hu
to her. like to est
"She epitomizes what rescue ty on the


plan, it develops policies in the. EAR
report to correct them.
The new wetland policies would grant
the county commission authority to veto
development permits if the project did not
meet the county's standards.
The rules would be aimed at preserving
wetlands rather than granting compromis-
es of the type allowed by the water district
and DEP Those compromises are known
as wetlands mitigation.
State and water district rules allow wet-
lands to be destroyed or altered if the
developer or builder compensates local
government for the damages by purchas-
ing environmentally sensitive land.
But the land purchased for mitigation
purposes can be located in a different part
of the county, or in another county alto-
gether.
County Commission Chairman Gary
Bartell said those rules may serve region-
al goals, but they are not designed to pre-
serve and protect Citrus County wetlands.
"That's why local government has to
have a voice at the table to be able to veto
those policies," Bartell said. "Those poli-
cies may. be good from a regional stand-
point but they do nothing to protect our
*local wetlands."
Builders respond
Clark Stillwell, an attorney who repre-
sents the Citrus County Builders
Association, criticized the proposed wet-
land protection policies, noting they could-
be costly and. may duplicate the rules of
the water district and DEP
Stillwell said the county is virtually cer-
taintto get hit with legal challenges' if it
denies a permniton grounds that the devel-
opment violates local wetlands rules.
He believes the county will have to hire
scientific experts to defend its wetlands
decisions and it will cause delays in


Our big push is the development
of a no-kill facility. .7 ,

Karron Curtis
vice president, Room for One More.


ut," Amon said. "She
*ive and the heart and
'-through to make the.
work When I heard
taking over as presi-
ew it would be OK"
said the Humane
has a healthy bank
and the money is
ed to establish an
center called "Paw-
ets" at the Humane
headquarters in

aid the Humane
would allow other pet
groups to schedule-
events at the facility.
ity will: also sell pet

said .the Humane
lso owns 10 acres of
off a private road in
sa. She said one acre
)perty is a pet ceme-

qmane Society would
ablish a no-kill facili-
property, but money


approval of development permits.
He questions whether the county has
the legal authority to make such rules and
wonders if the DEP and water district will
view the rules as undermining their statu-
tory authority.
'This idea of a local veto I think will
raise serious legal issues," he said.
Stillwell said the county has tried differ-
ent wetlands regulatory schemes during
the past 15 years. In 1990, he said the coun-
ty adopted a no net loss rule, which said if
two acres of wetlands were destroyed, the
developer had to replace them with two
acres of new wetlands on site.
In 1997, he said the county adopted the
eco-system management framework for
managing wetlands, which is what it uses
now, but he said the county wants to jetti-
son the ecosystem management method.
"Now, do we have the staff expertise for
what they are proposing? What's.the cost?
What about time delays? Is it the best pub-
lic policy? We went down this road and it
was determined it wasn't working,"
Stillwell said.
Development Services Director Gary
Maidhof said the proposed rules Would be
part of a comprehensive plan amendment
that will be reviewed by the Florida
Department of Community Affairs.
If DCA has any problems with the rules,
he said .the agency would make, a report
outlining concerns. When DCA reviews
the amendment, it also will send copies to
other state agencies for comment
He said there would be no absolute pro-
hibition against destroying wetlands. The
county will have to factor landowner prop-
erty rights into the equation, he said, and
there is always the possibility of lawsuits.
"There's a reason governments don't
adopt full-blown-out prohibitions," he
said.


Humane Society is renovating
a donated home that will be
sold, to raise money to support
the organization's programs.
Room For One More is a
three-year-old pro-rescue
organization ,that' has placed
800 dogs in new homes.
Curtis said merging its ener-
gies with the Humane Society
is a good fit.
"We expect to really get busy
and generate a lot more inter-
est." she said.


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DUI arrest
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W. Manor Lane, Crystal River, at
12:49 a.m. Saturday on charges of
driving under the influence, posses-
sion of 20 grams or less of marijua-
na, possession of drug paraphema-
lia, and possession of an alcoholic
beverage by a person under 21.
Bond was set at $1,750.
Citrus County Sheriff
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arrest
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Beverly Hills, at 9:25 a.m. Saturday
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HAMPTON
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cert, which drew country,
music megastars Travis Tritt
and Trace Adkins to Citrus
County. There was a $50,000
donation to Citrus Memorial
hospital that will help create a
pediatric care unit
There's Family Fun Day a
favorite of Kautia's an annu-
al kid-themed event complete
with games, rides and baseball
instruction from Major League
stars.
"That's -a big thing for me,"
noted Kautia, "because there's
so many kids who come 'out to
play those 'games and ride
those rides who would never
be able to do that for free."
And then there was the'
$25,000 reward and invaluable
publicity the Hamptons offered
in late February during the
search for Jessica Lunsford
before it was revealed she had
been murdered.'
Mike, by nature a family-
minded and low profile, per-
sonality when away from base-
ball, thrust himself into the
spotlight with interviews and
TV guest spots to help with the
search for Jessica.
"We did it just to draw some
attention," Mike said. "The
more people who paid atten-
tion to the case, the more peo-
ple who might have seen some-
thing if she were in another
state. Nobody had any idea
where she was at that time. If I
can use my name for' that,
great. If it helps, I'll do it It was
so close to home. We need to do
our part to make sure it doesn't
happen again."
As always, "doing their part"
meant more than just words for
the Hamptons. :
Mike and Kautia later donat-
ed $11,000 to the sheriff's office
in Jessica's memory for a pair
of high-pedigree search-and-
rescue dogs.
It's shortsighted, however, to
hit only the high points when
discussing the Pitching In
Foundation's year of charitable


efforts. That would be unfair to
the dozens and dozens of other
entities that felt the Hamptons'
reach.
An unofficial inventory by
Brent Hall, who runs Pitching
In for the Hamptons, reveals
the Hamptons donated more
than $120,000 to nonprofit and
youth-based organizations in
2005. Another $56,000 went
toward scholarships and grants
to area students.
Kids first
A frequent theme across the
foundation's body of charity
work is youth. From scholar-
ships to supporting numerous
youth athletic leagues to the
aforementioned donation for a
pediatric ward, most every-
thing the Hamptons have a
hand in affects children in
some way.
"We're really one-sided
toward youth and the growth of
things for kids to do that will
keep them out of trouble dur-
ing their down time," Mike
said. "That's ,what we like to
invest in, is things that could
help put kids on the right path
to success. Then maybe they'll
come back here and help this
place thrive."
Youth organizations across
the county are noticing, said
Dan Baldner, a family friend
who went to Crystal River High
School with the Hamptons and
played sports alongside Mike.
Baldner is now involved with
the Crystal River Sharks, a
youth football program Mike
has supported both financially
and through volunteer coach-
ing.
"Being involved with the
Sharks and seeing the financial
struggles we go through, Mike
and Kautia have really alleviat-
ed us from some 'of the other
responsibilities so we could
focus on the kids," Baldner
said. "Their help has really
made a tremendous difference
for us and I'm sure it has with
the other youth organizations
in this county also."
That doesn't even take into
account the effect that Mike, a
nationally recognized athlete,


has on the kids in those pro-
grams who aren't concerned
with the finances of it all.
"He certainly gets their
attention,'.' noted Baldner. "His
face is recognizable every-
where he goes. It was a unique
experience for me to have him
on the sidelines. When he
talks, the kids listen and he
grabs everyone's attention. He
always takes time to stop and
talk to everyone."
From a quality of life per-
spective, according to Kautia,
investments in youth activities

and education will eventually
come full circle for Citrus
County residents.
"We want them to realize that
if they go to law school, they
can come back here and prac-
tice. If you go out and become a
pediatrician, come back here.
"Like in all small towns, the
kids can't wait to get out,", she
added. "But we've ,lived all
over the place and there's just
nowhere better. It's a wonder-
ful place."
Building spirit
If Mike and his well-publi-
cized, $121 million baseball
contract is the financial
engine that drives the Pitching
In Foundation, then Kautia's
enthusiasm and passion for
her causes is the emotional
engine.
Kautia is the consummate
community motivator when it
comes to her causes. Her
upbeat attitude and her charis-
ma are as vital to the Pitching
In Foundation as Mike's left
arm is to his baseball success.
While the funds donated and
the charities that benefit are
vital components of each of the
Hamptons' projects, it'; the
spirit of cooperation Citrus
County's residents joining
together for the sake of some-


thing important that makes
Kautia tick
"Taking the time to come out
and do things for your commu-
nity is more precious than any
check you could ever write,"
Kautia said. "We could just
write the checks, but then the
community would not feel like
it did in December (at the ben-
efit concert), all being out there
and all taking part in some-
thing. That's more important
than any check"
Kautia said she was "terri-
fied" when Hall first
approached her about the pos-
sibility of a benefit concert at
Rock Crusher Canyon.
The scope of the project -
not to mention the consider-
able expense of bringing in A-
list country music performers
- was unprecedented for the
Hamptons.
Kautia worried about ticket
sales, she worried about com-
munity support, she worried
about the possibility of rain
and she worried about, the'
pressures of redirecting all
that gate money back into the
community.
When Dec. 10 finally arrived,
however, the concert was an
unprecedented hit for Citrus
County; it drew an estimated
attendance of 7,000 fans.
For Kautia, it was the perfect
recipe: A good cause, a massive
community effort and a great
time for a huge crowd.
'"As soon'as we walked in and
saw all those people, we just
teared up," said Kautia, her
voice weakening. "I get choked
up just thinking about it"
Roots run deep
Mike credits Kautia for the
lion's share of Pitching In
Foundation's history and
efforts.
S"'She's the one who came up


with the idea to start the foun-
dation my first year in
Colorado," he said, recalling a
man with Lou Gehrig's disease
who introduced himself to
Kautia that year at the founda-
tion's kickoff dinner. "From
that moment on, I could see in
her face and her eyes what it
,meant to be able to help.
"The reaction she gets from
helping people," he added, "it
gets me excited, too."
Kautia is quick to interject,
refusing to allow Mike to defer
too much credit to her
"He never says no to any-
thing. Mike has never
changed," she said, turning
toward her husband. "If you
ever changed, if you ever want-
ed to wear that three-piece suit
or that gold watch, I would
change right along with you.
"The blue jeans, the T-shirts,
that's Mike," she added. "We
may know how to order a good
bottle of wine now, but he's
always kept us very grounded
and our children grounded,
too."
And that's another key facet
of the Pitching In formula. Talk
to anyone who has a history
with Mike that -predates his
Major League Baseball career,
and the cliches such as "knows
where he comes from," "just
like anyone else," and "true to
his roots" are uttered over and
over again.
"I. call him the most non-
celebrity celebrity you'll ever
meet," Baldner said. "He
knows, his roots are here and
his family raised him to be
humble."
There's a direct connection


between humility and generos-
ity when it comes to Mike, said
Randy David, another lifelong
friend.
"You've got to realize his life
growing up," said David, who
like Mike is a Homosassa
native. "His whole family was
fishermen. When we were kids,
the only ones who had money
were people who worked at
Florida Power. He looks back
now and he sees the kids that
don't have it, and that imoti-
vates him."
That type of praise rings true
to Mike, much more so.than
any discussion of pitching:pr
baseball. Talk about his reputa-
tion for being "just another
guy" when he's home in Citrus
County and suddenly he's.,sit-
ting forward in. his chair, less
guarded, speaking freely.;
"I think the biggest compli-
ment I, ever get is 'you're the
same person you were in high
school,' or 'your success, in
sports hasn't gone to your
head,"' he said. "I don't see
myself as, any different ,than
anyone else.".
The more time spent with
Mike and Kautia, the moreit
becomes clear: Their story and
the story of their foundation is,
first and foreniost, a love story
- their love for Citruis County,
their love for philanthropy,
their love for each other
"If something pulls at her
heartstrings, then she's going
to be on top of everything and
very organized," Mike said.
"Once she gets, her sights set on
something that is dear to her
heart and my heart, it's going to
get done. We'll find a way."


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Donald E. Ash, 61
HOMOSASSA
Donald E. Ash, 61, of
Homosassa, died Friday, Jan.
27, 2006, at his home under the
care of his wife and Hospice of
Citrus County.
He was born
May 22, 1944,
in Philadel-
phia, Pa., to
Robert M. and
Anna (Stull) Ash.
He retired from the U.S.
Navy as a boilermaker, serving
during the Cuban Missile
Crisis.
He was a member of DAV
Chapter No. 105 of Tampa and
of the Gulf to Lake Church of
Crystal River.
Survivors include his wife of
34 years, A. Jean (Sapp) Ash of
Homosassa; son, Larry Wooten
and wife Debbie of Newberry;
daughter, Lori Maxwell and
husband David of Ormond
Beach; brothers, Robert and
Leonard Ash, both of Ne\w
Jersey; seven grandchildren,
Kathleen, Mikael, Danielle,
Justin, MacKenzie, Julia and
Noah; and several nieces and
nephews.
Wilder Funeral Home.
Homosassa Springs.
Leo
Jay Krause, 89
I NVERN ESIS" ,
Leo Jay Krause, 89. ofr
Inverness, died Saturday. Jan.
28, 2006, at the Crystal River
Health and
Rehabilitation
Center in
Crystal River
under the care .
of their staff
and Hernando-Pasco Hospice.
Mr Krause was born April 1,
1916, to Charles and Mazie
(Christian) Krause, and came
here 12 years ago from Tampa.
:Mr. Krause was a retired.
truck driver for a gas company
and served in the U.S Army
during World War II.
He attended the Fort Cooper
Baptist Church of Inverness.
Survivors include his wife of
60 years. Anna tHunter)
Krause; sons,. Robert Krause
and wife Sonja of Zephyrhills
and William Krause and wife
Carol of Burnsville, N.C.; 11
grandchildren: and 23 great-
grandchildren.
Chas. Datis Funeral Home
'with Crematory, Inverness.,

S Thelma Nero, 87
HOMOS AS SA
Thelma Pauline Nero, 87,
Homosassa, died Thursday,
Jan.-26, 2006, at Seven Rivers
Regional Medical. Center' in
Crystal River.
:Born June 12, 1918, in
Wayerly, N.Y., to Warren and
Coral Shipman, she moved
here 36 years ago from
Zephyrhills. "
She was a homemaker and
attended the Seven Rivers


Presbyterian Church in Crystal
River.
In addition to her parents,
two brothers and her sister, she
was preceded in death by two
husbands, Lawrence Edward
Nero and John Rorick.
Survivors include two sons,.
William Nero and wife Janice
and Edward Lawrence Nero
and wife Geri, all of
Homosassa; two daughters,
Charlotte Tice and husband
Chuck of Horseheads, N.Y,
and Janet Howard and hus-
band Francis of Homosassa;
one brother, Carl Shipman and
wife Pat of Waverly, N.Y; 16
grandchildren; 46 great-grand-
children; and 13 great-great-
grandchildren.
Strickland Funeral Home,
Crystal River.

James Earl "Jim"
Pope, 91
CRYSTAL RIVER
James Earl Pope, 91, of
Crystal River, died Thursday,'
Jan. 26, 2006, at Seven Rivers
Regional Medical Center in
Crystal River.
.Born March
10,' 1914, in
Mingo County,"
WVa., to John
Carl and Ella
May Pope, he came here 10'
years ago from Sanford.
He was a ret i red meat cutter.
He was an artist who enjoyed
painting and fishing.
He was a medic in the U.S.
Army duLring World War II arnd
past member and deacon of the
First Baptist Church of
Sanford. :
He .is survived by his wife of
69 years, Lorraine Pope, of
Crystal River, and numerous
distant relatives.
Strickland Funeral Home,
Crystal River.

Madeline
M. Roy, 84
MONUMENT,. CO LO.
Madeline M. Roy, 84, of
Monument, Colo., ,. died
Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006, in
Inverness.
She was born April 12, 1921,
to Joseph and Alva Thompson
Doyle in Newburyport. Mass..
' She was a retail clerk and
worked for 15 years at EMR in
Sarasota
. After living in Sarasota for 15
years, she moved to Inherness
in January froni Monument,
Colo.
: She enjoyed her family read-
ing. kInitting and outdoor activ-
ities., such as biking, picnicking
and camping.
She was Baptist in faith. .
She is preceded in death by
her husband. Leon Roy III,,
who died in 1956, and her par-
ents.
Survivors include her three
sons, .Leon Roy IV and wife
Marie of Tallahassee. Richard
Roy and wife Kim of El Paso,
Texas, and the Rev. Gary Roy
and wife Sheri of Nokpmis;


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Ronald Martin
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after a nine-year divorce. They.
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together, including a home on
the water in Dimondale, Mich.;
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Mich.; and a lakeside home in
Dewitt, Mich.
Following his retirement,
Ron and Margy moved to the
Homosassa, area, where they
lived for 10 years, in three
additional homes. Ron enjoyed
a. vibrant karaoke career in
Florida he was a local
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rendition of Willie Nelson's
"You Were Always on My'
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as "Copper Cat." They
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Scott of Dimondale, Mich. :.
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Margaret Ann: two daughters
' and sons-in-law, Robin and
Glen Ashlock of Ann Arbor,
Mich., and Tiffany and Nolan
Passick of Benton Harbor,
Mich.; sister, Lockie and hus-
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Ani Lilan; and sister, Claudia:
Miller and fiancee Mikel Allen
of Honiosassa Springs.
National Cremation Society,
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4, 2006. In lieu of flowers, con-
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her daughter at. Suncoast
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March 18, 1945 .,:
to
November 17, 20051
You were the apple of our owner's
eye. nol only were you the only son
but you were ire only child Io look like
our maternal side. We three girls all
favored our father's side.. The first
ihirr, ,ears of 'our life is so vivid in our r
memories. We were all so very close,
always supportive of each other's.
endeavors, gatherings as a family for
all holidays, nurturing, loving and
caring for one another. In our youth ,
before the nuch younger girls came'
along it was always sister and brother
no matter what we were doing, of
.ourse Mom and Gram planned it that
way. We girls all learned to participate.
in sports because for sure you were
not going to play with girlie toys. It is
so sad and truly unfortunate that the f
last thirty-one years of your life was
spent isolated from your parents and
siblings. Needless to say, we thought
of you often and with much affection
as well as our ha,.ing heavy hearts,
when your circumstances would not
permit our spending quality time
together. We regret not being there to
help dare for you whern you were .
gravely ill and needed our love and ,
support the most. Sadness fills..our .
hearts when we :hink about how much
we really loved you and *ere not
permitted to be there win you to share
those sentiments with you, when you
really needed to hear those words
from us. At this time our comfo-t and
consolation -s being assured that e
earlier in your life you had accepted "
Christ as your personal Savior, were
baptized and have now gone home io
be with our Lord Jesus Christ
All of our love
'Your three sisters
Bonnie Karen & DeeDee


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noted that Murphy was the one
who pointed out the bipolar
mental illness suffered by a
teen who received a 10-year
prison sentence for stealing
some beer from a neighbor's
garage and escaping from,
police after being arrested.
Murphy was also instrumen-
tal in the current clubhouse ini-
tiative, Lattin said, and con-
cluded, 'Joan Murphy has been,
is and will remain the champi-
on of mental health issues in
Citrus County."
.Mary Gregory also nominat-
ed Murphy for her work with
NAMI, saying Murphy is always
"available, up close and per-
sonal" for anyone who needs
help. Gregory said Murphy is
the least judgmental person
she has ever known and that
she has hung in there fighting
for the mentally ill even when
she was battling her own health
problems.
Laura Lee Putzback, repre-
senting the NAMI Board of
Directors, said Murphy had
been the lone local voice for
those who struggle and triumph
with mental illness. She noted
Murphy's countless hours of
manning NAMI's help line, her
tenacity, strong belief in justice
and compassion, self-sacrifice,.
and "a willingness to stand Lip,
even if that means standing
alone or going against the senti-
ments of the mainstream."
She noted a long list of
accomplishments by Murphy,
ranging from arranging chil-
dren's mental health confer-
ences to the pressing for a men-
tal health court.
S Mark Lunsford
A number of people nominat-
ed Mark Lunsford, whose 9-
year-old daughter, was abduct-
ed, raped and killed last year
Noting his work to get protec-
tive laws enacted around the
nations, Trish Patten said, "He
took a personal' tragedy and
turned it into something posi-
tive by getting the Jessica
Lunsford Act passed to help
others."
That sentiment was echoed
by Thala Duteau and Susan C.
Falcone who said the good
effects of his work are yet to be
measured, Lorraine Miedema
nominated him because she
said that so many children will
lbe safer.
| Joe Dawson
In relation to .that same
tragedy and effort to get protec-
tive laws enacted, a number of
people nominated Homosassa
businessman Joe Dawson.
Beverly Overa said the local
jeweler closed, his business for
three months and used his own
money to successfully push for
passage of the Jessica Lunsford
Act through the state legisla-
ture. She said his work is
extending around the nation
and that the county can be'
proud of him.
Joseph E. Taylor, Jr. Ioted
Dawson's willingness to commit
his time and money to an "unre-
lenting dedication to child
advocacy" in an effort to make
the world safer for children.
Jonathan Kudla said an
incensed Dawson ignored the
belief that it couldn't be done
and proved it could with more
than 100,000 signatures with
which he presented state legis-
lators. Refusing to stop there,
he began lobbying in other
states for the law, creating what
Kudla said was a national
cause that, resulted in a coali-
tion of groups around the
nation.
Kudla called Dawson a
national inspiration and a "tire-
less champion" of children."
Despite national attention,
Kudla said, 'Ioe is uninterested
in personal fame or power. His
passion is making the world a
safer place for our children."
Doug Alexander
A number of people also
nominated a former sheriff's
deputy and school resource
officer, who is now the pastor of
the Church Without Walls, Doug
Alexander. One said Alexander
was totally colorblind "and is
loved by every color group, and
citizen both young and old."


The nomination noted his soup
kitchen in Hernando and how
his church shared Christmas
with families, for example, that
couldn't even afford to buy
Christmas trees.
Frank DiGiovanni
Some residents nominated
an Inverness public servant,
City Manager Frank
DiGiovanni. One noted his
"tireless work and love for the
city," and another his dedica-
tion to the city for more than a
quarter of a century.
While serving the city was his
job, one nomination said,
DiGiovanni went beyond his
duty helping the town become a


"special place where everyone
would like to live, work and
play and visit" His leadership,
good judgment,, initiative and
integrity, and desire to makes
things better went beyond the
normal workday, the nomina-
tion said, making the town a
better community.
Michael Pitts said what
DiGiovanni has accomplished
in his tenure was amazing and
was done out of love for the city
as well as for a paycheck
Jeff Dawsy
Sheriff Jeff Dawsy got a num-
berof nominations. Adria Byers
said, "He showed tremendous
poise through two of the tough-
est cases in the nation, the
Dollar cases and the Lunsford
case. At the center of it all, she
said, "He showed nothing but
class," which reflected his ded-


ication to the county,
Another nomination was for
the "positive way he runs the
sheriff's .department for the
good of all Citrus County."
Capt Joe Eckstein, one of
Dawsy's officers, said he appre-
ciated the quality of leadership
Dawsy showed through the dif-
ficult Lunsford case, leader-
ship that led to the apprehen-
sion of John Couey, as the whole
nation watched over his shoul-
der.
He noted that Dawsy never
said, "I" or "me," but talked
about what "we," or "the
agency," did.
Bob Plaisted
Dave Collier nominated
Inverness Mayor Bob Plaisted
for the work done to help the
victims of Hurricane Katrina.
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passion shown inspired so
many.
Mary-Ann Virgilio
Linda B. Powers nominated.
Mary-Ann Virgilio, saying she
was a graceful but tireless "go -
to person," with a long list of
community projects and
accomplishments, all of which
have had outstanding out-
comes.
Just some of those are begin-
ning the First Great American
Teach-in and the AeroMed
Medical Helicopter Transport
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Inverness Middle School, as
well as the Lowry Park Zoo
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and the Rotary Student of the
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Anthony Schenmbli
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Inverness resident Anthony
Schembri, who was appointed
by Gov. Jeb Bush to be the
Secretary of the Florida
Department of Juvenile Justice
(DJJ). Previous to that,
Capelleri said, Schembri exten-
sively gave his time and reputa-
tion and talents for many organ-
izations in the county, such as
the Teen Court.
PaulPiliny
In another nomination,
Robert J. Deck, commandant of
Marine Corps League #819,
nominated Paul Pilny for being
the driving' force behind the-
Citrus County Marine Corps
Reserve Toys for Tots program.
Deck and another resident
nominating Pilny noted how,
with assistance from other
Marines, Pilny organized the
program, talked the program


up extensively throughout the
community, raised money, got
toys from corporations and
worked with area officials to
collect the toys and store them
while keeping good account of
everything.
Beverly Dinkhouse,
Marcia Beasley '
Beverly Drinkhouse and,
Marcia Beasley were nomiinat-
ed by Dottie Bodry for their'.
vision and long hard work, in?
renovating the., old CitrusA
County Courthouse in Inver-
ness back to its original glory.,:
Cpl. Stanley Lapinski
Kalli Wood nominated u.:
Army Cpl. Stanley J. Lapinski,
whose family lives in Beverly
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Club extends invitation


ine,'cheese event

plannedfor Monday
Special to the Chronicle .-
The Gulf to Lakes Pilot Club of Citrus
County will conduct an informational
wine and cheese "Operation:
Membership" meeting at 6:30 p.m.
Monday at the Crystal Riiver Village


Clubhouse, 1601 S.E. Eighth Ave.,
Crystal River, for members-of the com-
munity to learn more about our club
and Pilot International. Call Jan
Robertson at 795-2422.
The club's business/dinner meeting is
at 6:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday month-
ly at Citrus Hills Golf and Country Club
(formerly Andre's).
The club supports many local proj-
ects including, but not limited 'to,.
Alzheimer's Family Organization, dona-


tions to the Citrus County Car Seat
Safety Program, Relay for Life, CASA;.
"Shop With a Cop," NAMI. anid scholar-
ships to local students. .
Gulf to Lakes Pilot Club is phrt of a
global organization working together to
improve the quality of life in communi-
ties throughout the world.
The special focus of service is help-.
ing people with brain-related disor-
-ders, their 'families and. caregivers.
Pilot International is among the world's


leading volunteer civic service organi-
zations in existence today.
Membership in Pilot International
encompasses many benefits personally,
professionally, and for the community,
and is open to women and men inter-
ested in volunteering in their commu-
nities.
It stresses friendship and service.
Call Jan Robertson at 795-2422 or any
member of the Gulf to Lakes Pilot Club.


To Cuba, with love


This photo was taken by Dr. K.C. Nayfield of Crystal River, who was visiting Cuba as part of veterinarians' effort to provide services to low-income residents of
that island country. This is a photo of the "Cigar Woman" in Havana Vieja taken on one of his last trips to Cuba doing veterinary good will. Although the woman
typically charges $1 to have her picture taken, Nayfield managed to sneak this candid shot.


The Chronicle and The Accent Travel published in the Sunday Chronicle. Please make sure photographs are in
D EI F A M A Group are sponsoring a photo contest for At the end of the year, a panel of sharp focus.
S "L..I readers of the newspaper. ;. judges will select the best photo during Photos should be sent to the Chronicle
VACATJ ONS Readers are invited to send a photos the year and that photographer will win a at 1624 N. Meadowcrest Blvd., Crystal
rfto, ,o',ft'. t graph from their Dream Vacation with a prize. River, FL 34429 or dropped off at any
brief description of the trip. Please avoid photos with computer- Chronicle office or any Accent Travel
If it's selected as a winner, it will be ized dates on the print, office.


Volunteers needed


for review panels


U united Way of
Citrus County
is "seeking '
:community volun-
;teers to help 'review
local not-for-profit
:.partner .. agencies
seeking funding. The
,annual process
includes site visits to John Marnish
,the local agencies,
review of program UNITED
S goals found in the WAY
application and from
the agency presentation and mak- appl
,ing a recommendation to the al.
'United Way Board of Directors for T
future funding..
Volunteers will serve on any one what
:of four panels: "Helping Children than
and Youths Succeed", lnvq
"'Strengthening and Supporting No
Families", "Providing Food, agen
'Shelter and Emergency Needs" Citru
:and "Promoting Independence and'
;and Wellness". Each panel will oppc
review the agencies that comprise desire
:this focus area. An meir
orientation/training for panel the a
members will be provided prior to To
the review work plea
Responsibilities of volunteers 8894
include attending a volunteer ori- the a
entation, visiting four to six local High
agencies, evaluating agency pre-
sentations for that panelanel and then
attending a panel deliberation ses- J
sion after the presentations. din
Typically the volunteer can expect Cou
to spend about eight hours total tc


with the above responsi-
bilities. The orientation
and panel presentations
will be scheduled in the
evening with the site visits
made during the day.
Additionally, volunteers
will need to review, in
advance of the presenta-
tion, the allocation materi-
als from the agencies that
include budgets, proposed
outcome performance
measurements, funding
ication and other like materi-

Lere.is no better way to learn
t is going on'in our community
by sitting on a community
stment panel.
)t only do you help determine
cy funding, you help make
is County a better place to I i\ e
work. This is also an excellent
ortunity for Volunteers, who so
re, to eventually become board
nbers of United Way or one of
affiliated partner agencies.
volunteer and select a panel,
se call the United Way at 527-
, send an e-mail, or visit/mail
office at 5399 West Gulf to Lake
way, Lecanto, FL 34461-8531.
S '
fohn Marmish is executive
sector of United Way of Citrus
nty. For more information, go
o www.citrusiiunitedway.org.


News NOTES


Senior Club includes finances.
"The Senior Club," which: consists ofa weekly
.one-hour live television program, is one you
don't want to miss. The program is designed to
serve as an informational 'resource for Citrus
County seniors in an entertaining and fun-filled
format. The television show airs every Friday
morning at 9 a.m. This week's show will include
a guest appearance with Tony Sanchez, a certi-
fied senior adviser. The popular stretch and tone
segment with Vickie Reed will return this week
as well. Bob Boleware, community director for
Living Information For Today (LIFT), will also be
On Friday's program to discuss the LIFT pro-
gram. Anyone interested in e-mailing the show is
encouraged to do so at
senior_club@yahoo.com
In addition to the educational information, trivia
questions throughout the show will afford citizens
at hbme the opportunity to win great prizes
donated by local businesses. Don't miss "The
Senior Club" on Friday mornings at 9 a.m. on
your local WYKE station.
Lions slate monthly dinner
The regular monthly dinner of the Beverly Hills
Lie Club is served on the first Wednesday
m~i ly Feb. 1 will be the next dinner date. It
will Chicken Parmesan, pasta, salad, rolls,
dessert and tea or coffee. The price is $6 per
person. .
,Make reservations or buy tickets from a club
member today to ensure enough food is pre-
pared.
There is a drawing each month for a free din-
ner. Call Beverly Dutton at 527-1269 or Janet
Mize at 527-0962.
Softball league meeting slated
Citrus County Parks and Recreation will have
a Spring Softball League meeting at 6 p.m.
Monday at Bicentennial Park Field No. 5.
Participants must be 16 years of age and


older. Cost and fees will be determined based on
the amount of teams. Each team should have e.
one representative at the meeting. League rules,
% commitment dates, fees, due.dates and sched-
ules will be discussed.
Call 795-6520.
Learn boating skills at class
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 15-01 in
Crystal River will conduct a Boating Skills &
Seamanship Program for the public from
Monday through March 2. The program will con-
sist of nine sessions given from 7 to 9 p.m.
Monday and Thursday evenings at the Crystal
River Buffer Zone Headquarters, 3266 N.
Sailboat Ave. in Crystal River, (formerly Crystal
River Yacht Club).
Program content includes Which Boat Is for
You, Eqdipment for Your Boat, Boat Handling,
"Highway" Signs on the Water, Rules of the
Waterways, Trailering, Navigation and Radio
Use. Qualified. instructors from the auxiliary will
present each of the sessions, and a certificate of
completion will be given to all attendees who
complete the sessions and pass the final exami-
nation. The certificate will qualify the person for a
Florida Boat Operator's License. A small fee for text-
books is charged at the beginning of the program.
Call Dick Krause, FSO-PE at 726-7318.
Please leave your name and telephone number.
Look back at Cracker culture
Friends'of. the Library Yankeetown have
announced a program, titled "Cracker: The
Cracker Culture in Florida History," presented by
Dana Ste. Claire, slated for 3:30 p.m. Monday at
theA.F. Knotts Public Library, 11 56th St.,
Yankeetown.
Cracker culture flourished on the Florida fron-
tier.
Presented by the Florida Humanities Council
and University Press of Florida, the program is
free and open to the public.


Special to the Chronicle
Little Leo is the newest addi-
tion to Joe and Eva
Freedman's home in
Inverness.


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Special to the Chronicle
Floral City Heritage
Council announces the
Winter Quarter Gathering to
be held on Tuesday in the
Floral City Community
Building. Members may
bring a food item to share at
the potluck supper begin-
ning promptly at 7 p.m., and
are reminded to bring their
own plate and tableware.
Beverages will be furnished.
A business meeting %will be
called to order at 7:30 by the
chairman, who will review
Heritage Days 2005 and con-
duct the election for
Heritage Council leadership
in 2006. Nominations will be
sent to the membership with
the meeting notification;
however: additional volun-
teers and nominations will
be accepted from the floor:
At 8 p.m., the public is
invited to join the member-
ship for the quarterly pro-
grain. The speaker for this
program is Charles Dixon,
community development
director: and staff member
Margaret Beake, who was
the manager for the
Homosassa Special Overlay
District Dixon and Beake
will present the concept of a
special overlay district for
Floral City. This concept has
been discussed by the coun-
ty following the successful
accomplishment of an over-
lay district for Homosassa.
An overlay district for
Floral City could establish
standards for redevelop-
ment of residential and non-
residential property, and
address surface water;
ground water: wetlands and
lake protection. The overlay
district could protect and
enhance the heritage of
Floral City while meeting
the objectives of the Floral
City Vision 2020 Plan. An
overlay district that is
approved 'by the Board of
County Commissioners
would then be adopted into
the Land Development Code
Atlas. ..
This is 'only the initial
presentation and many more
presentations and discus-
sions with the community
are anticipated.
The Floral City Heritage
Council is an affiliate of the
Citrus County Historical
Society Inc., and the commu-
nity is invited to join the
council with memberships
renewed on a 12-month
basis, from month of joining.
For further information
about the council, its work,
or memberships, contact the
council at PO. Box 328,
Floral City, FL 34436 or call
(352) 726-7740 or 726-2431.
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Dunnellon VFW Post 7991 is
actively recruiting eligible males to
charter a new VFW Men's Auxil-
iary. Membership in the men's aux-
iliary is limited to: husbands, wid-
owers, fathers, grandfathers, sons,
grandsons, brothers and half broth-
ers of persons who were or are eli-
gible for membership in the VFW
of the United States. Members
must be 16 years of age or older.
Auxiliary members cannot be eligi-
ble for membership in the VFW of
the United States.
Contact VFW Post 7991 at 489-
1772 or Bob Chester at 564-4135.
The first meeting for the VFW
Men's Auxiliary will be at 6 p.m.
Wednesday, FReb. 15, at VFW Post
7991, 3107 W. Dunnellon Road,
Dunnellon.
All ladies in the area who would
like to become members of the
VFW Ladies Auxiliary may contact
President Darlene Kearbey 'at 489-
5842.
As always, we extend this invita-,
tion to all eligible veterans of for-
eign wars to join us.
.Note: Dunnellon VFW Post 7991.
at'3107 W. Dunnellon Road will
have bingo starting at 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday. Call the post at 489-
1772.
VFW Post 7122 in Floral City
member appreciation day is from 2
to 6 p.m. today. Those attending
are asked to bring a dish or a cash
donation. The 'music will be by
Country Swing.
Tuesday: Early-bird bingo starts
at 6:30 p.m. and regular bingo at 7.
Kitchen open from 4:30 to 7:30.
Wednesday: Beef goulash din-,
ner: $6 served 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. All
dinners are. open to the public. (No
smoking section available)
Thursday: VFW and Ladies
Auxiliary meeting a\ 7:30 p.m.
Canteen closed during meeting.
Friday dinner: AYCE grouper,
fried, blackened or baked, or three
pieces of fried chicken; for $6.50;
served 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Karaoke
with Jannie Faye.7 to 11p.m.
Saturday: Steak Night $8.75
(Charbroiled filet or strip steak)
served 5 to 7:30 p.m. Music by
Country Swing. 7 to 11.
Planning on taking your sweet-
heart out for Valentines? The VFW
is offering a special three-entree-
choice dinner from 5 p.m. until 7.30
p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, for $10.95..
Entertainment will be by J & J
Express from 7 to 11 p.m. There,
will be no cover charge, but dinner
reservations are requested.
NVFW is available for those who
need to serve their community
service.
Men's Auxiliary meets at 7 p.m.
the second Thursday monthly.


Interested in becoming a mem-
ber of the VFW family call the post
for details. .
Our VFW has a "Loan Closet"
for our veterans. Crutches, walkers
and wheelchairs are available.
The post is located at 8191 S.
Florida Ave. in Floral City. The post
can also be reached by calling
637-0100.
The H.F. NesbittVFW 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. 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, purchase tickets
before Feb. 3 in the canteen); Feb.
17 to be announced; Feb. 24 half
chicken barbecue $6.
'Dart tournament 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. Tues-
day, drinks half price.
Mike on the keyboard from 6 to
9 p.m. Friday.
DJ/karaoke 7 to 11 p.m. Satur-.
day, snacks at 8-30 p.m.
The post is at 2170 W. Vet Lane
on County Road 491 behind the
AmSouth Bank and across from
Haywire's. Call 746-0440.
The Leroy Rooks Jr. VFW
Post 4252 in Hernando (where the
helicopter is on State Road 200).
will serve dinner from 5 to 6:30
p.m. Friday for a $6 donation.
Music 6:30 to 10:30.
.he 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,.
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. E-
mail: vfw4252@tampabay.rr.com.


We host the VFW Post 4252
'Young Marines, and their Web
page is at www.debbiefields.com. If
you have a child interested, call
Tammy Grant at 746-4590.
The post Honor Guard is avail-
able for funeral services at
Bushnell National Cemetery or
local cemeteries. Call Nick at 476-
6274 or Bart at 860-0497.
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.
The Edward W. Penno Post
4864 of Citrus Springs will have its
general meeting at 7 p.m. the first
Tuesday of the month, the Ladies
Auxiliary will meet at 7 p.m. the
second Tuesday, the Men's Auxil-
iary will meet at 7:30 p.m. the third
Monday and the monthly staff
meeting will be at 7 p.m. the third.
Tuesday.
The Friday evening dinner ,: .
menu, which is served between 5
and 7 p.m., for the month of
February is as follows: Feb. 3,
roast pork; Feb. 10, baked chicken:
Feb. 17, roast beef; Feb. 24, baked
pork chops. All meals are $6 per
person. Complete breakfast served
every Saturday morning from 8 to
10 a.m. for $4. Super Bowl Party
will be held at 6 p.m. Sunday, Feb.
5, and we will have our annual
Chili Cook-Off at 7 p.m. Sunday,
Feb. 12: bring your favorite home-
made chili first and second
place prize will be awarded to the
best recipes.
Weekly activities include: Bingo
at 1 p.m. every Tuesday, shuffle-
board at 7 p.m. Wednesday and
darts at 7 p.m. Thursday. Please
feel free to place all of your worn
and torn flags into the receptacle


located in the front of the post and
they will be properly disposed of in
a military manner. Call Jack Walker
at 465-0885 or the Post 465-4864.
The post is at 10199 N. Citrus
Springs Blvd., turn west off U.S. 41
at Citrus Springs entrance, then left
at the first street.
The 82nd Airborne
Association, Dan Campbell
Chapter, has changed its meeting
night to the first Wednesday -
monthly. Meetings will be at 7 p.m.
at VFW Post 4337 in Inverness.
This is for all Airborne personnel,
not just the 82nd Airborne, and all
services, not just the Army..
American Legion Auxiliary,
Allen Rawls Post 77, will conduct,
its regular meeting at 7 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Key Training Center,
Inverness. A potluck supper will
precede at 6 p.m. Call Ruth
Chenoweth at 637-3113.
All LST Veterans;and wives
are invited to monthly breakfast
meetings at 9 a.m. the first
Saturday monthly at the Golden
Corral Restaurant in Brooksville.
Call (352) 799-1957.
The VFW Post 8698 and the
LAVFW will host a dinner from 5 to
7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 4, to include
barbecued Boston Butt, baked
beans, coleslaw, mixed fruit, rolls
and coffee for a $6 donation. Music
will be from 6:30 to 10:30 with
Katie Lynn Benton. There will be
smoke free dining and the public is
welcome.
The VFW is at 520 County Road
40 E., Inglis (a mile east of U.S.
19). For to-go orders or more infor-
mation, call 447-3495.
Korean War Veterans
Association, Citrus Chapter 192
meets at 1 p.m. the first Tuesday
monthly at VFW Post 10087 in
Beverly Hills behind AmSouth Bank


Veterans NOTES


and across from Haywires. Any mil-
itary person who served from 1950
to present day is eligible to become
a member for $10 a year or $3 for
associate or auxiliary members.
Call Commander Ken Heisner,
563-0585, or Vice Commander
Louis Poulin, 344-8334.
Phone Cards for the Armed
Forces Help our U.S. soldiers
phone home. Simply purchase a
first class phone card and deposit it
in-the specialbox at the Lecanto
post office.
The U.S. Postal Service, in con-
junction with the U.S. Armed
Forces, will make sure that our
men and women in Iraq receive
these cards as a gift from the car-
ing people of Citrus County.
While at the post office, you can
also honor our heroes by purchas-
ing a patriotic piece of framed art.
Each 12-by-14-inch piece has a
military collage with a collectable
enamelpin and an actual
"Honoring Veterans" stamp.
Hunger and Homeless Co-
alition Anyone who knows of a
homeless veteran in need of food,
haircut, voter ID, food stamps,
medical assistance or more blan-
kets is asked to call John Young at
the Hunger and Homeless Coali-
tion at 628-4357, or pass along this
phone number to the veteran.
The Suncoast U S. Navy
Armed Guard and Merchant
Marine Veterans of World War II
announce their 2005-06 meetings
at 11:30 a m. the second Saturday
monthly at the Boston Cooker,
5375 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill.
Dates are Feb. 11, March 11, April
8 and May 13. All veterans and
their wives are welcome.
Rolling Thunder Inc., Chap-
ter 7, a POW/MIA awareness
group, meets the second Saturday
monthly at the Harry S. Nesbitt
VFW Post 10087, 2170 Vet Lane,


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Beverly Hills. The next scheduled
meeting is at 10 a.m. Saturday, .1
Feb. 11.
The main topic of discussion at
this meeting will be the details of
the fundraiser to benefit the Haley
House Fund in Tampa at the.
James Haley VA Hospital. The
fundraiser will be Saturday; April 8,
at VFW Post 10087 in Beverly
Hills. There will be a spaghetti din-
ner (all you can eat) for a $10
donation, cocktails and hors d' oeu-,:,-
vres' a 50/50 drawing and auction. '.
The Haley House Fund provides
support to the families of those "
seriously wounded soldiers at ..
James Haley Hospital who meet -
the criteria for aid. Without this aid,
they would be unable to be by their
loved one's side to help.them .
recover from their often debilitating
injuries.
Rolling Thunder is not a veter-
an's group or a motorcycle club,
although many support us. You .4
can reach the president,' Ray
Thompson, if you have any ques-, '-
tions at (813) 230-9750 or Jim ,;
Stepanek, chapter secretary, at
(352) 489-1644 or e-mail Jim at
ImCrazyJim@aol.com.
N Withlacoochee P.T. 76 in
Hernando at the VFW Post 4252
where the helicopter is, has set the
February schedule as follows
Feb. 12: Supreme hospital visit
to Gainesville VA. All Cooties are -
encouraged to attend.
Feb. 19: Scratch and meeting, ..
1:30 p.m., to be followed by dinner-
and the jam at 5 p.m. Public
always welcome. Cooties, please .
note the change of date for our
meetings in February.
March scratch and meeting will
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Gilley-Long-Osteen VFW
Post 8698, 520 County Road 40
E., 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.
the third Thursday monthly at the
DAV .Building, Independence
Highway and U.S. 41 North,
Invemess. 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: contact Chris at
795-7000.
The Marine Corps League
Citrus Detachment 819 is now
ready to start the new year with a
bang. We are planning a busy year
starting with the Rose Program in
February, followed by the scholar-
ship awards.
The detachment is always on
the lookout for Marines who would
like to join the league. You will
probably meet other Marines who
served in the same outfit as you
did.
If you would like to attend a
meeting, the next one is at 7 p.m.
Feb. 23 (fourth Thursday) at the
VFW Post 10087 in.Beverly Hills.
Call Bob at 527-1577 or Ralph at
726-7836.
,E The Eugene Quinn VFW
Ladies Auxiliary Post 4337, 906
State Road 44 E., Inverness,
(phone 344-3495) will present:
"Elvis On Tour" at 7:30 p.m.
VWednesday, Feb. 22.
p .


The performer is Kenn "E"
Grube who has more than 20
years experience as a.musician
and entertainer. He does a quality
show dedicated to keeping true to
the legacy of Elvis Presley, "The
King of Rock 'n' Roll." There will be
door prizes and snacks. You may
also have your picture taken with
"Elvis."
Tickets are $10 each. A limited
number will be sold. These can be
purchased in advance at the VFW
Post in Inverness.
N Landing Ship Dock (LSD)
sailors of Citrus County meets at 2.
p.m. the fourth Thursday monthly
at Ray's Bar-B-Q in Crystal River.
Call Jimmie at 621-0617,
Yankee Air Force, Florida
Division will host.the sixth annual
Freedom Flys with the Collings
Foundation World War II bombers,
a B-17, B-24 and B-25 on March
17 (St. Patrick's Day), 18 and 19 at
Dunhellon Airport. Time of arrival
has not been established as yet.
You may tour through all three
bombers for a donation of $8 for
adults or $4 for children. You can
purchase a ride on one of the
bombers but the cost of fuel (they
burn 200 gallons an hour) has
forced a price rise from $400 to
$425 for a 35-minute ride.
To reserve a ride, call Collings
Foundation at (978) 562-9182.
A ride on a bi-plane will also be
available along with many vendors,
live music by the Yankee Doodle
Players, classic cars and restored
military vehicles. Professional
Appraisers and Liquidators will be
on hand from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
March 18 to do antique appraisals
at $5 for one item or $10 for three
items.
You may wish to bring a folding
chair, but no coolers are allowed.
Gates will be open from 8 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. each day.
A pancake breakfast will be
available for a $4 donation from 8
to 11 a.m. March 18 and 19. There
will be a catered dinner in our
hangar on Friday, March 17, for
those who would like to come and
meet the pilots and crew.
A choice of beef or baked chick-


en with all the trimmings for $15
per person. Reservations. are a
must before March 12. For reser-
vations or additional information,
call Carolyn at (352) 489-3120.
Visit the Web site at yankeeair-
forceflorida.com.
In the SERVICE

Army Pfc. Beau J. Hardy has
graduated from the machinist
advanced individual training course
at Aberdeen Proving Ground,
Aberdeen, Md.
The student was introduced to
machine shop fundamentals
including fabricating, repairing and
modifying metallic and nonmetallic
parts. The trainee learned to oper-
ate machines such as engine
lathes, utility grinders, power cutoff
saws, armature, undercutters,
arbor, hydraulic and drill presses,
and associated attachments,
accessories and tools.
He is the son of Ronald E. and
Carol J. Hardy of Floral City.
Hardy is a 2005 graduate of
Citrus High School, Inverness.
Air Force Airman Nicholas L.
Bonello has graduated from basic
military training at Lackland Air
Force Base; San
Antonio, Texas.
During the six
weeks of training,
the airman stud-
ied the Air Force
mission, organi-
zation and mili-
tary customs and Nicholas
courtesies; per- Bonello
formed drill and
ceremony march-
es; and received physical training,
rifle marksmanship, field training
exercises and special training in
human relations.
In addition, airmen who com-
plete basic training earn credits
toward an associate degree
through the Community College of
the Air Force.
He is the son of Maryanne
Kanter of Inverness.
The airman is a 2005.graduate
of Citrus High School, Inverness.


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Following a honeymoon in
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fCongratulations to the fol-
lowing new parents:
To Christopher and
Pamela O'Connell, Citrus
Springs, a daughter, Kylie
Elizabeth O'Connell, born at
1:17 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 4,
2006, at Citrus Memorial
Health System, Inverness. She
weighed 9 pounds, 2 ounces.


Kylie's big sister is Victoria
Lynne O'Connell, 14 months.
To Natasha Lee Parker
and Christopher Austin
Birstler, Homosassa, a daugh-
ter, Emma Lea Birstler, born at
8:58 a.m.' Friday, Jan. 20, 2006,
at Citrus Memorial Health
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Weddings .~. Engagements- .

Collins-Watkins Geer-Bernard

Ronald Frankie Watkins and John Geer and Bernadine
Betty Lou Collins of Inverness Geer are proud to announce
were united in marriage the engagement of their daugh-
Saturday, Dec. 31, 2005, at The' ter, Ashley Lynn Geer, to
Wedding Chapel in Brandon Kurt Bernard, son of
Heatherwood Estates Synette Parrish and Don .U
Inverness. Chaplain Sal Bernard.
Viglione performed the The bride-to-be is a 2005 /*
Christian ceremony. graduate of Crystal River High
Friends of the couple, John School, currently working at
and Yolanda Wilson Jr. served TC.G.
as their witnesses. The future bridegroom is a.
The bride and groom are 2004 graduate of Crystal River
owners of Watkins Bros. Paving High School, currently work- The wedding is set fo
Co., Inverness. a e ing for Antarctic Air. September 2006.


Dee-Nograidy Little-Arnold

John. Philip Nogrady arid Stephen and Pamela Little '
Shana Dee, both of Homosassa, of Lewisville, Texas, are proud
were united in marriage, at to announce the engagement of
noon Saturday, Dec. 17,2005, at their daughter, Stephanie
T'he, Wedding Chapel in Jean, to Shaun Alan Arnold,
Heatherwood Estates, Inver- son/ of Alan and Francine
ness. Chaplain Sal. Viglione Arnold of Lecanto. H
performed the Christian cere- The bride-elect is a 2001 -, < .
mony. Friends of the couple, graduate of Lewisville High.
Michael and Lisa Flanders, School and a 2005 graduate of
served as their witnesses. s Florida State University. She is
employed by KB Homes Corp.,
Jacksonville.
The future bridegroom is a
2001 graduate of Lecanto High
School and a 2004 graduate of
Florida State University. He is
employed in sales and market-
ing, CSX Transportation,
Jacksonville.
Ce se S KuThe wedding is set for
Sherouse-Bryant November 2006 in Jackson-
ville.
Curtiss O. Bryant Jr. and
Valerie Sherouse were united 1,u
n marriage Dec. 18, 2005, atuteau
Seven Rivers Presbyterian
Church. The Rev. Ray Cortese Laurie Vice of Homosassa
performed the service, and Michael McClure of
The bride is the daughter of Friendsville, Tenn., are
erald and Jo-Anne Sherouse pleased to announce the en-
of Inverness. gagement of their daughter,'
The groom is the son of Traci Dyan McClure, toI.
Cynthia Eriquez of Ocala. Lawrence "Bubby" Malcolm "
The bride was given in mar- Duteau Jr., son of Lawrence -.
riage by her parents. She wore and Audrey Duteau Sr. of '
a white strapless gown and fin- Inverness.
gertip veil and carried a bou- The bride-elect is a student
quet of red and white calla at CFCC seeking a degree in
ilies.. administration and account-
Matron of honor was Natalie ing.
Aquila, sister of the bride, and Country Club, given by the She has been active in .
est mian wasRyan Epple., bride's parents. ROTC, FFA, SADD, and was
The bridesmaids were Julie Valerie graduated from Military Ball queen of 1999. in FFA and soccer and is man
Roth, 'Kriste6n Cortese and Seven Rivers Christian School She is employed by Ace ager of Ace Hardwaire o
Danielle Toms and ushers in 2002. Curtiss graduated from Hardware ofInverness. Inverness and Hernando.
were SteveEpple, Ken Cornell Citrus High School in 2002 and The fliture bridegroomi is a The weddiqg has beeft se
anmd Charlie Bryant received a degree in marketing graduate ofCitrii High Sch6ol for 2 pm 1ii '9'i at "Ohirl
The bridal attendants wore from Florida Southern. The (class of 2000), has been' active Without Wahs ofTInverness.!''
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is the son of Terry and Diana
Lee of Floral City. Maternal
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Australia, Darral and Janet
Maffet, Inverness, and Jeft'
Seaman, Inverness. Paternaj
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Special to the Chronicle
After a long year in Iraq, Capt. Robert M. Hicks returns to '
the United States on Jan. 19 to his wife Patsy and four chil- .
dren, Jonathan, Robbie, Nicolas and Katelyn. Above, wife
Patsy and Katelyn greet him. Also there to see him return ;
were his parents, Bob and Clara Hicks; sister, Heather; and
nephew, David Stevens, all of Citrus Springs. Capt. Hicks ,
and his family will be stationed at Fort Bragg, N.C. He
would like to thank everyone for their support and prayers
while he was deployed.
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Travel BRIEFS


Venice carnival
: VENICE, Italy Pre-Lenten carnivals are
celebrated in many places around the world,
from Trididad to Rio de Janeiro to New Orleans'
famed Mardi Gras.
, But Venice claims to have the oldest carnival
'tradition, with laws establishing the holiday dat-
ing back to the 13th century.
;This year, the Venice carnival known for
elaborate masks and costumes takes place i
Feb. 17 to 28.
Events include masked balls, music and .
dance performances, gondola parades, formal.
dinners and children's celebrations. For details,
go to http://www.camivalofvenice.com and click
on "2006 Calendar of events."
Mozart in Washington
WASHINGTON While most of the events
commemorating Mozart's 250th birthday this
year are taking place in Austria, six American
cultural institutions are joining the celebration..
The National Symphony Orchestra will give
three concert performances of Mozart's opera
'The Abduction from the Seraglio" and his
music will be on a dozen of the symphony's
vopal, chamber music and orchestral concerts


through June 17.
On Jan. 19, the Smithsonian Institution's'
Freer Gallery of Art began a three-month cele-
bration of "Mozart on the Mall" with piano
recital including works influenced by Turkish
music. The gallery is showing an exhibit of silk
garments from Turkey's Ottoman empire.
The National Museum of American History
started a series of four Mozart chamber con-
certs Jan. 21. It will also have a symposium
March 26 called "Happy Birthday, Mozart," with
discussions and demonstrations of his music.
There will be three orchestral concerts at the
National Gallery of Art. The Library of Congress
will have three Mozart concerts and an exhibit
of his manuscripts and first editions.
The National Academy of Sciences has
scheduled a piano recital devoted to Mozart's
work and'the Hirshhom Museum of Art will have
a program called "Time and Memory" with
recent work inspired by Mozart.
Yotels in airports .
LONDON Inspired by Japanese capsule
hotels, a new type of airport hotel is opening In
London in September.
: The Yotel http://www.yotel.com will. offer


a cubicle with a double bed, desk, TV, private
bathroom and free wireless Internet access.
The rooms can be booked for four hours start-
ing at about $44 or overnight for around $70.
There will be 40 Yotel cabins at Terminal 4 in
Heathrow and 50 inside Gatwick's South
Terminal, according to the company's spokes-
woman, Andrea Wait.
The rooms will be about 108 square feet with
beds about 6 1/2 feet long. They are designed
for passengers who want to rest or work if they
arrive, early for a meeting or have a few hours
to kill between planes, or if they want to spend
the night at the airport before an early morning
flight.
Another Yotel is planned for central London ir
2007. The company intends to expand. through
a franchising system to other cities around the
world.
Japanese capsule hotels usually have noth-
ing more than a pull-down screen at the foot of
the bed to cordon them off from other patrons;
guests are advised to bring ear plugs if they
don't want to hear snores from other capsules.
In contrast, Yotel cabins are billed as sound-
proof with solid, lockable doors.
From wire report


Jan. 29 to Feb. 3 MENUS


ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Monday: Breakfast Chicken
patty, bagel bars, toast, peaches,
milk, orange juice.
, Lunch Sausage pizza, ham-
burger, salad shakers, garden
salad, corn, green beans, fresh
apple, milk, juices.
;,- Tuesday: Breakfast Oatmeal,
scrambled eggs with ham and
cheese, toast, mixed fruit, milk,
orange juice.
.. Lunch Tacos, corn dog, vege-
tarian plate, garden salad, spinach,
orange, apple crisp, milk, juices.
Wednesday: Breakfast Cer-
eals, toast, french toast, sliced
apples, tater tots, milk, orange
j ice.
-,'Lunch Sloppy joe, chicken
slad, salad shakers, garden'
salad, Italian vegetable blend,
peaches, milk, juices. .
Thursday: Breakfast Waffle
ticks, yogurt toast, mixed fruit,
milk, orange juice.
Lunch Beef-a-roni, ham and
cheese sandwich, vegetarian plate,
garden salad, mixed vegetables,
baked french fries, sliced apples,
pretzel rod, milk, juices.
Friday: Breakfast Muffin,
~ieese grits, tater tots, peaches,,
rffilk, orange juice..
: Lunch Chicken rotisserie,
cheese stuffed bread stick, salad
shakers garden salad, 'peas,
baked beans, mixed fruit cookie,
~nilk, juices.
': MIDDLE SCHOOL
: Monday: Breakfast Yogurt,
tagel bars, cereals, tater tools,


peaches, toast, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Rib patty with BBQ
sauce, fish scribbles, breaded.
chicken salad, garden salad,
french fries, green beans,
California vegetable blend, fresh
fruit, sliced apples, milk; juices..
Tuesday: Breakfast Oatmeal,
grilled cheese, cereals, fresh fruit,
toast, tater tots, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Taco burger, chicken
and yellow rice, tuna salad plate,
garden salad, peas, fresh fruit,
peaches, roll, milk, juices.,
Wednesday: Breakfast -
Muffin, scrambled eggs with ham
and cheese, cereals, peaches,
tater tots, grits, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Chris P Chicken bites,
hamburger, turkey salad plate,
Italian pasta salad, garden salad,
baked beans, broccoli, fresh fruit,
sliced apples, milk, juices.
Thursday: Breakfast Sau-
sage pizza, sausage and biscuit,
cereals, toast, sliced apples, milk,
orange juice.
Lunch Deli turkey wrap,
chicken with stir fry vegetables,
shrimp salad, garden salad, car-
rots, fresh fruit, peaches, seasoned
noodles, milk, juices..
Friday: Breakfast- Scrambled
eggs with cheese, grilled cheese,
*cereals, mixed fruit, toast, grits,
milk, orange juice.
Lunch Pepperoni pizza, jam-
balaya, garden salad, corn, mixed
vegetables, mixed fruit,' fresh fruit,
milk, juices.
HIGH SCHOOL.
Monday: Breakfast Cheese


toast, cereals, toast, doughnut, bis-
cuit and gravy, muffin, tater tots,
fresh fruit, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Chicken alfredo, broc-
coli, fresh fruit, pineapple, peach .
crisp, roll, sausage pizza, ham-
burger bar, salad bar, hoagie sand-
wich, french fries, milk.
Tuesday: Breakfast Scram-
bled eggs with cheese, oatmeal,
cereals, toast, doughnut, biscuit
and gravy, muffin, peaches, tater
tots, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Chris P Chicken bites,
seasoned noodles, turnip greens,
corn, Island vegetable blend, fresh
fruit, peaches, sausage pizza,
chicken sandwich bar, salad bar,
hoagie sandwich, french fries, milk.
Wednesday: Breakfast -
yogurt, sausage and biscuit, cere-
als, toast, muffin, doughnut, biscuit
and gravy, tater tots, mixed fruit,
milk, orange juice.
Lunch Tacos, pasta salad,
peas, baked beans, fresh fruit,.
pepperoni pizza, hamburger bar,
hoagie sandwich, salad bar, french
fries, milk.
Thursday: Breakfast Scram-
bled eggs with cheese, cheese
grits, cereals, muffin, doughnut,
biscuit and gravy, sliced apples,
tater tots, milk, orange juice.
Lunch'-.Meatloaf, rice and '
gravy, green beans, fresh fruit,
applesauce, combread, cookie,
pepperoni pizza, chicken sandwich'
bar, hoagie sandwich, salad bar,
french fries, milk.
Friday: Breakfast Sausage,
,pizza, cereals, toast, muffin,


doughnut, biscuit and gravy, mixed
fruit, tater tots, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Broasted chicken,
potato salad, Island vegetable
blend, carrots, fresh fruit, peaches,,
sliced apples, pepperoni pizza,
hoagie sandwich, hamburger bar,
salad bar, french fries, milk.
Menus are subject to change
without notice.
CONGREGATE DINING
Monday: Pork patty with brown,
gravy, mixed vegetables, garlic
mashed potatoes, whole wheat
bread with margarine, mixed fruit
cup, low-fat milk.
Tuesday: Oven-fried chicken,
black-eyed peas, mixed greens,
biscuit with margarine, peach crisp
with whipped topping, low-fat milk.
Wednesday: Meatballs with
mushroom gravy, succotash, okra
and tomatoes, whole wheat bread
with margarine, banana, low-fat
milk.
Thursday: Northern bean and
turkey ham casserole, winter veg-
etable medley, tossed salad and
French dressing, warm strawberry
applesauce, combread with mar-
garine, low-fat milk.
Friday: Tuna pasta salad, beet
and onion salad, green pea and
cheese salad, 'whole wheat bread
with margarine, vanilla pudding .
with whipped topping and wafers,
low-fat milk. '
Congregate dining sites include:
East Citrus, Crystal. River,
Homosassa Springs, lhverness
and South Dunnellon. Call Support
Services at 795-6264.


Time to start planning

for summer vacation


I t's that time of the year
again, when all the excite-
ment of Christmas is gone
a new year has begun, and
we look forward to the follow-
ing seasons: of Spring and
Summer for something excit-
ing to do. We get "itchy feet" or
"cabin fever."
Really tempting
and tantalizing,
however, are the
brochures that
come in the mail
and the travel
shows on TV Wow!
This is the time to
study possible des-
tinations, and plan
your summer vaca- Anne I
tion. MEMW
Of course, any- OF A TI
where in the States COUNS
is a great place to
tour and visit
because each state has much to
offer in the. way of discovery
and tourism almost at any time
. during the year.
Of course, romantic Hawaii
calls and itis a dream vacation
that lasts forever in your mem-
ory0
Our neighbor Canada, is also
quite a destination. I took a
tour group to Western Ca nada,
landing in Seattle to attend an
exposition. The temperature
was in the 80s two days later
in. Canada,. we. were making
angels in the snow.
Mexico is a destination to,
visit, particularly by ship -'
you still enjoy the food, mar-
kets and particularly the music
by the mariachi band, which
sets your feet tapping.
Leta cruise take you into the
Caribbean and South America
to enjoy the people, scenery.
traditions and history.
Of course, the most popular
destination out of country is
Europe, where you can enjoy
so many countries and all they
have to offer. I found that
spring and fall are the best
times to tour the students at
home are still in school, so you
don't have to deal with the
summer crowds. In fact, we.
enjoyed touring in winter
because the prices are right
and there's no waiting in lines
to visit museums, palaces and
other sights.
. Australia is a great destina-i
tion: 'Their seasons are oppo-
site of ours, so plan according-
ly. Consider visiting the' Far
East, where their culture is so
different from ours. Also
remember these are long plane


Your Birthday: Knowledge and
expertise that you have acquired
eqer the past number of years will
6d new avenues of expression.
ipu may now realize that there are
poany profitable markets for your
&arts, which you'd never tapped
irlo previously.
: Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) -
Ir your mind's eye, establish new
righ expectations for yourself
%day, because your hopes and
desires will serve as powerful moti-
Otors to make them happen. What
yu want you can have.
.Pisces (Feb. 20-March 20) A
tiatter that has looked as if it.
wouldd be problematic won't be
nearly as difficult as you had antici-
pOted Approach this situation from
any angle but negative.
" Aries (March 21-April 19) Be
Oart of a casual get-together with


friends today, because the pleasant
small talk and casual exchange of
ideas will do much to relax you..
Taurus (April 20-May 20) -
Things that might not have worked
out too well for you previously have
a chance to get a fresh start today.
Go back and reexamine what's
involved, and get fresh ideas.
Gemini (May 21-June 20) -
This is an excellent day to take
some time to carefully plan what's
ahead for you so that you can
more 'comfortably extend your
present efforts to fit into' your future
objectives.
Cancer (June 21-July 22) -
Your abilities to research, probe
and detect are exceptionally keen
today. You can find ways to make
some constructive changes to
exploit matters important to you to.
the fullest.


Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Tactful
negotiations with someone Who
shares your objectives could pro-
duce ways of doing things that
would be beneficial to both of you.
. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-
Make a detailed list of what you .
hope to accomplish at work this


week and you can get a head start
on things. Once you establish spe-
cific targets, you can aggressively.
move forward in tackling your
objectives.
' Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Stay
away from serious activities and
seek out some pleasurable pur-


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suits today that you find both men-
tally and emotionally relaxing.,
Refurbishing yourself offers a
healthy, fresh outlook.
Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) ---A
daunting family situation shouldn't
look so intimidating today. New
happenings could give you a new
direction.
Sagittarius (Nov. 23-Dec. 21)


-Approach matters that concern
you from a fresh, positive perspec- *
tive today and watch the good
changes it'll produce.
Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -
Conditions that have a direct effect.
upon your material'welI-being
should start to brighten up consid-.
erably today. Devote your efforts to
things that promise returns.


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Silent Auction at 7:30 p.m.
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trips, but most worthwhile. ,,
Sometimes you cant see the
forest for the trees I'll have'
to tell you about my unusual
adventure, practically in my.
backyard.
The other day as I was taking.
my daily walk around the
waters ini
W Meadowerest, I
watched the ani
mals and realized'
what. wonderful
photo ops exist for ,
photographers and'
nature lovers early
in the morning,
watching the antics
of the animals
'usillo enjoying "their"
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RAVEL I 'heard "quack,
SELOR quack," but paid lit-.
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bridge to the island, the quack-
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duckling ready to jump the 3-,
,foot embankment into the''
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ont. I managed to attract it and
it followed me out of danger.
I spied a few ducks and
thought maybe 'this was the
duckling's family, when sud-
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and swam away The duckling
followed me around the lake,
"quacking" continually. I :saw
some men, hoping they would
help. but they went in another
direction.
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finally spied another duck that
was "'quacking" away.
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*because both quacked and l
led the duckling to the water's
edge. where it took off to
"mama" and they finally con-
nected.
I left happily, knowing they
,found each other. However,
there was a lesson reviewed -
all of us, humans and animals,
want to belong to. someone.'-
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Seffem, Wilson take
sectional weight classes
.., JON-MICHAEL SORACCHI
jmsoracchi@chronicleonline.com
Chron icl
BELLEVIEW Eight area litters
extended their season an additional
two weeks Saturday morning at
Belleview High School
Crystal River's Jacqculyn SetTern and
Quincy Wilson. and Dunnellon's
Rachael Wilkinson \won their weight
classes after completing the second


half of qualifying of the Section 4 meet. ing at the right time both of the com-
The top three in each class advance petitors' totals were personal records.,
to the FHSAA Girls Weightlifting Finals "It came about how I thought it
at Santa Fe Community College in would," said Pirates coach Charles
Gainesville on Feb. 11. Brooks. "I'm pleased with the lifting
The Pirates had four lifters make overall."
the state meet while Lecanto Wilkinson outlifted Crystal
placed two. Citrus had a single River's Rachel Reed at 139 to
representative win her class The Tigers' l ifer
Seffern, a junior won at 129 had lifts of 135-140 for a 275
pounds, benching 130 and clean- total; Reed came in second after
and-jerking 155 for a 285 total. lifting 150-120 for 270.
Mitchell's Leah Tsaearis came in Kari Stantordc lifted 305 total
2nd with 275. pounds at 199. but so did South Sumter's
Wilson earned a victory in the 183 Kim Daniels and Zeph.rhills' Ashley
class by grabbing 160 each for a 320 Anderton. Stanford dropped to third
total. Both Se[tern and Wilson are peak- place by weighing more than Daniels,


who finished first, and Anderton.
The Panthers had a pair of lifters
earn bids to the finals: Jen Corriveau
finished second to Belleview's Michelle
Archambeau and Victoria Mele also
earned a second-place finish.
Corriveat, lifting at 110, benched 130
and clean-and-jerked 125 for a total of
255 while Mele grabbed a total df 285
(including a clean-and-jerk of 150) to
come in behind Springstead's Christine
Alberts' 305 total.
Lecanto coach Bob LeCours was
happy for both qualifiers but warned
that the hard work that got them there
Please see LIFT/Page 3B


From standout to sit-out


Former Panther
Zimbro is facing
challenges at
Jacksonville
C.J. RISK
cjrisak@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Half a life.
In a morbidly humorous
sort of way, that best
describes Drew Zimbro's
first year at Jacksonville
University. He has excelled,
that much is certain. The for-
mer Lecanto standout was
named to the Atlantic Sun
Conference's all-academic
\team for his first semester.
Anid he hasn't lost any of
his athletic ability,: which
made him one of the best bas-
ketball players 'in Citrus
County last year: In fact. he's
added 30 pounds to his once
slender Traine. miieuih of- it
from long workouts in the
weight room, something lie
never did at Lecanto.
Still, it hasn't been as ful-
filling as he-once hoped it
might be. When Zimbro
\ signed with Jacksonville last
May, the vision 'was to make
an impact this season, per-
haps even step into the start-
ing lineup, on a team with a
first-yeai coach, in a program
that was rebuilding.
But it wasn't to be. Two
-weeks before classes started,
Zimbro was informed that he
didn't have the proper num-
ber of core class credits to be
eligible. He would hame to sit
out his first year.
He was that's right a
half-credit short.
It. hasn't been all bad, as
Zimbro's 3.12 grade-point
average attests. "It's given me
a year to get adjusted to col-
lege life," he added.
An optimistic response, to
be sure. Yet there's no doubt
how much Zimbro misses
playing and being on the
court.
And, perhaps most of all, it
hurts to watch as the
Dolphins struggle.
"It's a blessing in disguise
that's what people keep
telling me, over and over,"
the 6-foot-5 shooting guard
said. "I don't want to believe
it, but maybe it's true.
"It's been a rough season. I
see the team out there play-
ing, on the court in front of a
crowd. And we keep losing.


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Gaors


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Drew Zimbro has faced difficulties in his first year at Jacksonville University.


The hardest thing is just sit-
ting.there.",
Zimbro does practice, but,
according to NCAA regula-
tions, he cannot practice with
the team. He also cannot be
coached, although he can live
with the team and use the


athletic facilities. -
"I'm in the gym every day,
working out and lifting
weights," Zimbro said. "I was
175 (pounds) in high school. I
never lifted weights. Now I'm
about 210."
He does it alone, however.


Which makes him part of the
team, sort of. Halfa part, so to
speak-
It's apparent JU still
believes Zimbro can be an
integral part of the program.
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BASKETBALL
Hornets 95, Grizzlies 86
NEW ORLEANS (95)
Mason 3-13 4-5 10, West 9-15 1-2 19,
Brown 6-9 6-6 18, Snyder 4-6 0-0 10, Paul
1-10 11-12 13, Claxton 9-18 2-4 20,
Vroman 0-2 0-0 0, Butler 2-3 0-0 5,
Nachbar 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 34-76 24-29 95.
MEMPHIS (86)
Battier 2-9 2-3 6, Gasol 9-13 7-8 25,
Wright 1-1 1-2 3, E.Jones 2-7 3-3 8,
Jackson 8-16 2-2 22, Miller 4-11 2-4 11,
Atkins 0-3 3-3 3, Cardinal 0-1.2-4 2, Burks
0-1, 0-0 0, D.Jones 1-2 0-0 2, Warrick 2-3
0-2 4. Totals 29-67 22-31 86.
New Orleans 20 25 2228- 95
Memphis 25 20 2021- 86
3-Point Goals-New Orleans 3-7
(Snyder 2-2, Butler 1-2, Mason 0-1, Paul 0-
2), Memphis 6-28 (Jackson 4-10, E.Jones
1-4, Miller 1-6, Gasol 0-1, D.Jones 0-1,
Battier 0-3, Atkins 0-3). Fouled Out-None.
Rebounds-New Orleans 48 (West 12),
Memphis 46 (Gasol 16). Assists-New
Orleans 19 (Paul 8), Memphis 17 (Jackson
5). Total Fouls-New Orleans 22, Memphis
25. Technicals-New Orleans Defensive
Three Second 3. A--16,228. (18,119).
NBA Today
SCOREBOARD
Sunday, Jan. 29
Detroit at Los Angeles Lakers (6:30 p.m.
EST). The Pistons have won 10 straight to
improve to an NBA-best 36-5.
STARS I
Friday
-Kobe Byrant, Lakers, scored 25 of his
30 points in the final quarter and overtime
and had eight assists and five rebounds to
lead Los Angeles to a 106-105 overtime
win over Golden State.
-Chauncey Billups, Pistons, scored 34
.points and was 5-for-5 from 3-point range
in Detroit's 95-89 win over Memphis.
-Elton Brand, Clippers, had 33 points
and 11 rebounds to help Los Angeles beat
Denver 105-87. .
-LeBron James, Cavaliers, had 30
points, seven rebounds and nine assists in
Cleveland's 93-89 win over Indiana.
-Tyson Chandler, Bulls, had a season-
high 20 rebounds and added 12 points and
two blocks in ChicagO's 90-79 victory over
Washington.
NEW ADDITIONS
Ron Artest scored 15' points in his
Sacramento debut, while Boston's Wally
Szczerbiak had 10 points in 24 minutes in
his first game for Boston in the Celtics' 84-
74 win over the Kings on Friday night. ...
Minnesota's Ricky Davis scored 26 points
one day after being acquired from Boston
in a seven-player deal to lead the
Timberwolves" to -a 96-92 win over
Houston.'
GOOD TO BE BACK
Phoenix's Boris Diaw had 25 points,
eight rebounds and five assists in his first
game in Atlanta since being traded to help
the Suns beat Atlanta 110-106 on Friday.
Diaw was traded to the Suns on Aug. 19
that sent Joe Johnson to Atlanta.
STREAKS
Detroit won its 10th straight game Friday
night, beating Memphis 95-89 to improve
to 36-5 the fourth-best 41-game record
in NBA history. ... Charlotte dropped its
10th in a tow, falling 91-85 to Miami.
EJECTED
New Orleans forward Chris Andersen
was dismissed and disqualified from the
NBA oh Friday 'for violating the league's
drug policy. According to the league's col-
lective bargaining agreement, a player can
only be disqualified for a fourth positive
test for performance-enhancing drugs, or a
first positive test for. "drugs of abuse." The
.,drygs; on that. lisare amphetamineaand
methamphetamine; cocaine; LSD; opiates,
including heroin, codeine and morphine;
and PCP. Andersen, who has not previous-
ly tested positive for steroids, must wait
two years before he can apply for rein-
statement, the league said.
SPEAKING
"This year is getting ridiculous. I've
never seen anything like this. I guess I
won't be! able to say that again because
we're experiencing it now." -- Charlotte
head coach Bernie Bickerstaff on the
Bobcats' injury woes. Charlotte started
Friday night's 91-85 loss to Miami down
five players three starters before los-
ing starting point guard Brevin Knight for
the second half because of a'concussion.

TENNIS

Women's Final Boxscore
Saturday
At Melbourne Park
Melbourne, Australia
Championship
Amelie Mauresmo (3), def. Justine
Henin-Hardenne (8), 6-1, 2-0, retired.
Hardenne
Mauresmo
1st Serve Percentage. ,32 62
Aces 1 0 0
Double Faults 1 0
Unforced Errors 20 11
1st Serve Winning Pct. 25 65
2nd Serve Winning Pct. 41 64
Winners (including service) '4 5
Break Points 0-1 3-5
Net Points 6-8 5-10
Total Points Won 22 40
Time of Match 0:52
Men's Final Head-to-Head
Championship
Sunday
Roger Federer (1) vs. Marcos
Baghdatis
Federer leads 3-0
2004 U.S. Open, hard-outdoor, 2R,
Federer, 6-2, 6-7 (4), 6-3, 6-1.
2005 Australian Open, hard-outdoor, 4R,
Federer, 6-2, 6-2, 7-6 (4).
2006 Doha, hard-outdoor, QF, Federer,
6-4, 6-3.
Australian Open Results
Saturday
At Melbourne Park
Melbourne, Australia
Purse: $14.6 million (Grand Slam)
Surface: Hard-Outdoor
Singles
Women
Championship
Amelie Mauresmo (3), France, def.
Justine Henin-Hardenne (8), Belgium, 6-1,
2-0, retired.
Doubles


Men
Championship
Bob and Mike Bryan (1), United States,
def. Martin Damm, Czech Republic, and
Leader Paes (7), India, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4.
Junior Singles
Boys
Semifinals
Nick Lindahl, Australia, def. Ryan
Bellamy, Australia, 6-4, 6-0.
Alexandre Sidorenko, France,. def. Pavel
Chekhov (16), Russia, 6-4, 6-1.
-Girls
Semifinals
Caroline Wozniacki (1), Denmark, def.
Ayumi Morita (4), Japan, 7-6 (4), 6-3.
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (8), Russia,
def. Raluca-loana Olaru (2), Romania, 6-4,
6-3.
Junior Doubles
Boys
Semifinals
Blazej Koniusz and Grzegorz Panfil,


For the record


On the AIRWAVES.


TODAY'S SPORTS
BASKETBALL
1 p.m. (6 CBS) College Basketball Arkansas at Kentucky. (Live)
(CC)
(9, 20, 28 ABC) (20 ABC) (28 ABC)NBA Basketball Phoenix Suns
at Cleveland Cavaliers. From Cleveland. (Live) (CC)
(10 CBS) College Basketball Arkansas at Kentucky. (Live) (CC)
(FSNFL) Women's College Basketball Florida State at Virginia.
(Live)
3 p.m. (FSNFL) Women's College Basketball Stanford at USC.
(Live)
3:30 p.m. (9 ABC) (20 ABC) (28 ABC) NBA Basketball Miami Heat
at Houston Rockets. From Toyota Center in Houston. (Live) (CC)
4 p.m. (44 UPN) College Basketball Miami at Florida State. (Live) .
5:30 p.m. (FSNFL) College Basketball Georgia Tech at Boston,
College. (Live)
6 p.m. (SUN) NBA Basketball Philadelphia 76ers at Orlando
Magic. From the TD Waterhouse Centre in Orlando (Live)
6:30 p.m. (ESPN) NBA Basketball Los Angeles Lakers at Detroit
Pistons. From the Palace of Aubum Hills in Auburn Hills, Mich. (Live)
(CC)
7 p.m. (ESPN2) Women's College Basketball North Carolina at
Duke. (Live) (CC)
8 p.m. (FSNFL) College Basketball Washington at Stanford. (Live)
BOWLING
12:30 p.m. (ESPN) PBA Bowling Hewitt Tax Service Classic.
From Trussville, Ala. (Live) (CC)
BOXING
10 p.m. (FSNFL) Boxing Sunday Night Fights. James Armah
takes on Steve Quinonez in a junior welterweight bout. From May 5,
2005. (Taped)
FOOTBALL
3 p.m. (2 NBC) (8 NBC) Arena Football Tampa Bay Storm at
Philadelphia Soul. From the Wachovia Center Complex in
Philadelphia. (Live) (CC)
GOLF
9 a.m. (GOLF) European PGA Golf Qatar Masters Final
Round. From Doha, Qatar. (Same-day Tape)
3 p.m. (6 CBS) (10 CBS) PGA Golf Buick Invitational Final
Round. From Torrey Pines Golf Club in La Jolla, Calif. (Live) (CC)
7:30 p.m. (GOLF) PGA Golf Champions Tour Turtle Bay
Championship Final Round. (Live)
HOCKEY,
3 p.m. (SUN) NHL Hockey Tampa Bay Lightning at Washington
Capitals. From MCI Center in Washington, D.C. (Live) .
SSOCCER
11 a.m. (IND1) Soccer FA Cup Fourth Round Manchester
United vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers. (Live)
1 p.m. (62 UNI) Futbol de la Liga Mexicana San Luis vs. Toluca.
(En Vivo)
5 p.m. (ESPN2) Soccer Norway vs: United States. From the
Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. (Live) (CC)


Poland, def. Bassam Beidas, Lebanon,
and Mateusz Kecki, United States, 7-6 (1),
6-0.
Kellen Damico and Nathaniel Schnugg
(6), United States; def. Kei Nishikori,
Japan, and Peter Polansky, Canada, 6-3,
3-6, 7-6 (4).
Championship
Blazej Koniusz and Grzegorz Panfil,
Poland, def. Kellen Damico and Nathaniel
Schnugg, (6), United States, 7-6(5)i6-3.
S '.; Girls ':
Semifinals,
Sharon Fichman, Qanada, and
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (4), Russia,
def. Raluca-loana Olaru, Romania, and
Amina Rakhim (1'), Kazakhstan, 7-6 (2), 6-
2.
Alize Cornet, France, and Corinna
Dentoni (8), Italy, def. Anna Tatishvili,
Georgia, and Caroline Wozniacki (2),
Denmark, 3-6, 6-4, 7-6 (3).
Championship
Sharon Fichman, Canada, and
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (4), Russia,
def. Alize Cornet, France, and Corinna
Dentoni (8), Italy, 6-2, 6-2. ,
Wheelchair Singles
Men
Semifinals .
Michael Jeremiasz (1), France, def.
Tadeusz Kruszelnicki, Poland, default.
Satoshi Saida, Japan, def: Peter
Wikstrom, Sweden, 6-3, 6-0.
Women
Semifinals
Esther Vergeer (1), Netherlands, def.
Florence Gravellier, France, 5-0, retired.
Jiske Griffloen, Netherlands, def. Sharon
Walraven (2), Netherlands, 6-3, 7-6 (6).
Wheelchair Doubles
Men
First Round
Michael Jeremiasz, France, and Satoshi
Saida (2), Japan, def. Niclas Larsson and
Peter Wikstrom, Sweden, 6-2, 6-0. '
Robin Ammerlaan, Netherlands, and
Martin Legner (1), Austria, def. Ben
Weekes, Australia, and Tadeusz
Kruszelnicki, Poland, 6-1, 6-4.
Women :
First Round
Mie Yaesa, Japan, and Yuka Chokyu,
Canada, def. Sharon Walraven,
Netherlands, and Florence Gravellier (2),
France, default.
Esther Vergeer and Jiske Griffioen (1),
Netherlands, def. Korie Homan,
Netherlands, and Beth Arnoult-Ritthaler,
United States, 6-0, 6-1.
Australian Open Road
Men
Roger Federer (1)
First Round def. Denis Istomin, 6-2, 6-
3, 6-2.
Second Round def. Florian Mayer, 6-
1, 6-4, 6-0.
Third Round def. Max Mirnyi (30), 6-3,
6-4, 6-3.
Fourth Round def. Tommy Haas, 6-4,
6-0, 3-6, 4-6, 6-2.
Quarterfinals def. Nikolay Davydenko
(5), 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (7), 7-6 (5).
Semifinals def. Nicolas Kiefer (21), 6-
3, 5-7, 6-0, 6-2.
Championship vs. Marcos Baghdatis.
Marcos Baghdatis
First Round- def. Justin Gimelstob, 7-6
(6), 7-5, 6-0.
Second Round def. Radek Stepanek
(17), 6-4, 6-3, 3-6, 0-6, 7-5.
Third Round def. Denis Gremelmayr,
6-2, 6-1,6-2.
Fourth Round def. Andy Roddick (2),
6-4, 1-6, 6-3, 6-4.
Quarterfinals def. Ivan Ljubicic (7), 6-
4, 6-2, 4-6, 3-6, 6-3. '
Semifinals def. David Nalbandian (4),
3-6, 5-7, 6-3, 6-4, 6-4.
Championship vs. Roger Federer (1).
Women
Amelie Mauresmo (3)
First Round def. Sun Tian Tian, 4-6, 6-
2, 6-2.
Second Round def. Emilie Loit, 7-6
(1), 6-2.
Third Round def. Michaella Krajiyek,
6-2, retired.
Fourth Round def. Nicole Vaidisova
(16), 6-1, 6-1.
Quarterfinals def. Patty Schnyder (7),
6-3, 6-0.
Semifinals def. Kim Clijsters (2), 5-7,
6-2, 3-2, retired.
Championship def. Justine Henin-
Hardenne (8), 6-1, 2-0, retired.


GOLF

Buick Invitational
Saturday
At -Torrey Pines South
Yardage: 7,568 Par: 72
At N-Torrey Pines North
Yardage: 6,874 Par: 72
La Jola, Calif.,
Purse: $5 million
Third Round
Sergio Garcia 69-68-68 205 -11
Rod Pampling 70-67-68 205 -11
Tiger Woods 71-68-67 206 -10
Nathan Green 67-70-69 206-10
Phil Mickelson 71-67-69 207 -9
Brandt Jobe 65-67-75 207 -9
Jesper Parnevik 67-67-73 207 -9'
Lucas Glover 71-67-70 -'208 -8
Arjun Atwal 70-67-71 208 -8
Tim Clark 68-66-74 208 -8
Jose Maria Olazabal 74-64-71 209 -7
Charley Hoffman 66-74-70 210 -6
Henrik Bjornstad 68-72-70-- 210 -6
Kevin Stadler 67-72-71 210 -6
John Rollins 69-70-71 210 -6
Todd Fischer 71-67-72 210 -6
StuartAppleby 66-74-71 211. -5
.D.A. Points 68-72-71 211 -5
Vance Veazey 73-68-70 211 -5
Jonathan Kaye 67-73-71 211 -5,
Brett Quigley, 66-76-69.- 211 -5
Bubba.Watson 72-70-69 211 -5
Troy Matteson 71-68-72 211 -5
Frank Lickliter II 72-67-72- 211 -5
Nick Watney 66-74-72 212: -4
Chad Campbell 72-66-74 212 -4
Craig Barlow 66-71-75-- 212 -4
Shigeki Maruyama 72-65-75 212 -4
Steve Lowery 67-69-76 -212 -4
Rory Sabbatini 70-71-72 213 -3
Mark O'Meara 74-67-72 213 -3
Charles Howell III 69-72-72 213 -3
Arron Oberholser 70-70-73 213 -3
Tom Lehman 74-66-73 213 -3
Pat Perez 75-67-71 213 -3
Mathew Goggin 73-66-74 213 -3
Tommy Armour III 72-70-71 213 -3
Ryan Palmer 76-62-75 213 -3
Kent Jones 66-72-75 213 -3
Skip Kendall 66-72-75 213 -3
Shane Bertsch 67-76-70 213 -3
John Daly 69-71-74 214 -2
Chris Couch 67-74-73 214 -2
Matt Hansen 75-66-73 214 -2
Luke Donald 75-67-72 214 -2
Jonathan Byrd 67-75-72 214 -2
Ryuji Imada 66-72-76 214 -2
Joey Sindelar 67-76-71 214 -2
Stewart Cink 75-68-71 214 -2
Daniel Chopra 71-66-77 214 -2
John Mallinger 72-71-71 214 -2
Davis Love III 74-67-74 215 -1
Woody Austin 69-71-75 215 -1
Marco Dawson 72-68-75 215 -1
James Driscoll 71-71-73 215 -1
J.B. Holmes 68-71-76 215 -1
Bubba Dickerson 76-66-73 215 -1
Ben Curtis 71-71-73 215 -1
Thomas Levet 65-73-77 215 -1
Roger Tambellini 70-73-72 215 -1
Brian Davis 68-73-75 216 E
Hank Kuehne 71-69-76 216 E
Zabh Johnson 71-68-77 216 E
Hidemichi Tanaka 74-68-74 216 E
Vaughn Taylor 74-69-73 216 E
Robert Garrigus 72-71-73 216 E
Scott McCarron 74-69-73 216 E
Ted Purdy 71-70-76 217 +1
Bob Tway 70-72-75 217 +1
Aaron Baddeley 73-69-75 217 +1
Kevin Sutherland 75-68-74 217 +1
Chris Smith 75-68-74 217 +1
Carl Pettersson 75-67-76 218 +2
Billy Mayfair 67-75-76 218 +2
Patrick Sheehan 70-73-75 218 +2
J.L. Lewis 76-67-75 218 +2
Chris Riley 74-69-75 218 +2
Brent Geiberger 72-71-75 218 +2
Daisuke Maruyama 68-75-75 218 +2
Fred Couples 74-66-80 220 +4
Nicholas Thompson 67-75-78 220 +4
Chris Starkjohann 72-71-83 226+10


HOCKEY
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W LOTPts GF GA
Philadelphia 30 13 8 68 175 162
N.Y. Rangers 29 15 7 65 162 128
New Jersey 2620 6 58 149 151
N.Y. Islanders 22 25 3 47 147 179
Pittsburgh 1230 10 34 145 206
Northeast Division
W LOT Pts GF GA
Ottawa 34 10 4 72 202 112
Buffalo 31 15 3 65 162 141
Toronto 2422 4 52 159 171
Montreal 23 20 6 52 144 162
Boston 21 22 8 50 147 163
Southeast Division
W LOTPts GF GA
Carolina 36 11 4 76 193 156
Tampa Bay 27 20 4 58 153 147
Atlanta 2323 6 52 179 183
Florida 2024 8 48 135 161
Washington 1727 5 39 140 189
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division
W LOTPts GF GA
Detroit 33 13 5 71 182 131
Nashville 31 14 6 68 163 149
Columbus 20 30 2 42 129 187
Chicago 1727 6 40 128 170
St. Louis 11 30 8 30 127 188
Northwest Division
W LOT Pts GF GA
Calgary 29 16 5 63 134 127
Vancouver 28 18 5 61 170 156
Colorado 2819 4 60 190 164
Edmonton 27 18 6 60 170 159
Minnesota 25 22 4 54 147 130
Pacific Division
W LOTPts GF GA
Dallas 3415 2 70.167 134
Los Angeles 3021 3 63 183 173
Anaheim 2317 10 56 145 139
Phoenix 25 24 ,2 52 146 159
San Jose 23 18 6 52 146 142
Two points for a win one point for over-
time loss or shooloul loss
Friday's Games
Columbus 4 Mnnesola 3
Florda 4 Ne* Jersey 0
Saturday's Games
Dallas 2 Deiroit 1 SO
Tamrpa Bay 6 Pniladelphia 0
N.Y. Rangers 7, Pittsburgh 1
Anaheim 6, Los Angeles 2
Carolina 4, Atlanta 1
N.Y. Islanders 4, Boston 3
Montreal 4, Toronto 3, OT
Columbus 4, Nashville 3
San Jose at Phoenix, 9 p.m.
Vancouveraat Colorado, 10 p.m.
Sunday's Games ;
Calgary at Chicago 3 p m
Tampa Bay at Wasr,ngton 3 p.m.
Edmonton at Phoenix. 8 p m
Monday's Games
Toronlo at FIorida 7 p.m.
Philadelphia at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m.
SBoston at Ottawa'; 7:30 p.m.
Calgary at St. Louis, 8 p.m.
Detroit at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
San Jose at.Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
Los Angeles at Anaheim, 10:30 p.m.
Lightning 6, Flyers 0
Tampa Bay 2 1 3 6
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0
First Period-1, Tampa Bay, Boyle 11
(Artyukhin, Craig), 14:47. 2, Tampa Bay,
Modin 20 (Sydor, St. Louis), 16:57 (pp).
Penalties-Handzus, Phi (holding stick),
2:00; Stevenson, Phi (slashing), 16:33;
Miley, TB (high-sticking), 17:18'.
.Second Period-R3, Tampa Bay, Modin
21 (Kubina,.' Richards), 11:03 (pp).
Penalties-Gagne, Phi (hooking), 1:27;
Prospal, TB (diving), 1:27; Gagne, Phi
(boarding), 5:30; Knub le, Phi (cross-check-
ing), 10:23; Burke, TB, served by Boutin
(leavirig the crease), 13:54; Knuble, Phi
(holding), 14:43; Pratt, TB (delay of game),
16:00.
Third Period-4, Tampa Bay, Modin 22
(St. Louis, Kubina), 7:01. 5, Tampa Bay,
Prospal 18 (Lecavalier, Kubina), 12:28
(pp). 6, Tampa Bay Craig 6 ,Afanasenkov
Ranger), 12:42. Penalties-Handzus Pni
(cross-checkihg), 2.19; DiMaio. TB icross-
checking), ,2i9; Knuble, Phi. (slashing),
7:49; Hatcher, Phi (hooking), 8:57; Knuble,
Phi (hooking), 11:36; Brashear, Phi (rough-
ing), 16:38; St. Louis, TB (high-sticking),
18:09.
Shots on goal-Tampa Bay 12-6-12-
30. Philadelphia 10-10-18-38.
Power-play Opportunities-Tampa Bay 3
of 9; Philadelphia 0 of 4.
Goalies-Tampa Bay; Burke 8-5-3 (38
shots-38 saves). Philadelphia, Niittymaki
18-8-6 (30-24).
. A-19,789 (19,523). T-2:22.
Referees-Dennis LaRue, Mike Leggo.
Linesmen-DerekAmell, Scott Driscoll.


FOOTBALL
Senior Bowl Stats
NORTH 31, SOUTH 14
North 7 10 7 .7 31
South 7 .0 0 7-14
First Quarter
South-Moss 30 pass from Croyle
(Gostowski kick), 6:36.
North-Klopfenstein 15 pass from
Whitehurst (Yaussi kick), 2:08.
SSecond Quarter
North-Bullocks fumble recovery in end
zone (Yaussi kick), 10:02.
North-FG Yaussi 28, 3:47.
Third Quarter
North-Humes 1 run' (Yaussi kick), 4:49.
Fourth Quarter
South-Aromashoudu 17 pass from
Hackney (Gostowski kick), 14:17.
North-Hagan 7 pass from Cutler
(Yaussi kick), 6:12.
A-40,646.
North
South
First downs 24 10
Rushes-yards 43-20015-47
Passing 168 132
Comp-Att-Int 14-31-1 11-
24-2
Return Yards 58 (-12)
Punts-Avg. 5-38.0 6-
37.3
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 3-2
Penalties-Yards 1-5 5-25
Time of Possession 36:17 23:43
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-North, Robinson 9-63,
Harrisoh 11-51, Whitehead 6-32, Bell 5-20,
Vickers 4-19, Humes 5-19, Cutler 3-(minus
4). South, DeA.Williams 3-31, Moss 1-27,
Norwood 4-7, Addai 1-3, Hall 2-1,
Shockley 1-(minus 3), Hackney 1-(minus
6), Croyle 2-(minus 13).
PASSING-North, Whitehurst 7-9-0-90,
Cutler 6-19-1-69, Robinson 1-3-0-9. South,
Croyle 6-11-1-77, Shockley 2-7-1-13,
Hackney 3-6-0-4).
RECEIVING-North, Byrd 4-67,
Klopfenstein 3-39, Hagan 3-25, Avant 2-
23, Stovall 1-9, Dem.Williams 1-5. South
Moss 3-45, DeA. 2-28, Obamanu 2-16,
Aromashodu 1-17, Baskett 1-13,
T.Williams 1-13, McNeill 1-0.


TRANSACTIONS
BASEBALL
American League
OAKLAND ATHLETICS-Agreed tc
terms with 2B Mark Ellis on a two-yeai
contract.
BASKETBALL
National Basketball Association
HOUSTON ROCKETS-Signed F
Chuck Hayes for the rest of the season.
FOOTBALL
National Football League
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS-Agreed tc
terms with Jack Henry, offensive line
coach, on a two-year contract.
HOCKEY
National Hockey League
PHILADELPHIA FLYERS-Recalled C
Freddy Meyer from Philadelphia of the
AHL.
NASHVILLE PREDATORS-Assigned F
Simon Gamache to Milwaukee of the AHL
TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING-Recalled C
Jason Jaspers and D Doug O'Brien frorr
Springfield of the AHL.


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peted in the 129 class and took
home the Hurricanes' only
state bid. Cepeda benched 135
and clean-and-jerked 115 for a
250 total and a third place fin-
ish.
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last year: missed the state meet,
at 119 after totaling 245. That
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man, a first-time lifter and she
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tiebreaker in the 169 weight
class. Whitelaw totaled 255 but
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No. 1 Connecticut 76,
Providence 62
CONNECTICUT (18-4)
Armstrong Jr. 4-8 8-10 16, Gay Jr. 4-8 2-
2 10, Boone 3-9 3-6 9, Williams 1-3 2-2 4,
Austrie 1-3 0-0 3, Johnson 1-1 0-0 3,
Garrison 0-0 0-0 0, Anderson 5-13 3-4 15,
Nelson 1-7 4-5 6, Brown 4-10 0-0 10.
Totals 24-62 22-29 76.
PROVIDENCE (9-9)
McDermott2-6 0-0 4, Hanke 6-11 4-6 16,
McGrath 7-18 0-0 18, Curry 7-16 0-0 15,
Efejuku 1-4 1-5 3, Burch 1-3 0-0 2, Kale 0-
0 0-2 0, Hill 2-7 0-0 4. Totals 26-65 5-13 62.
Halftime-Connecticut 37-29. 3-Point
Goals-Connecticut 6-17 (Brown 2-5,
Anderson 2-7, Johnson 1-1, Austrie 1-2,
Williams 0-1, Gay Jr. 0-1), Providence 5-16
(McGrath 4-10, Curry 1-4, Efejuku 0-1,.
McDermott 0-1). Fouled Out-None.
Rebounds-Connecticut 52 (Boone. 13),
Providence 34 (Curry, Hanke 6). Assists--
Connecticut 9 (Williams 5), Providence 10
(McDermott 4). Total Fouls-ConQecticut
14, Providence 20. A-12,993.
No. 2 Duke 82, Virginia 63
VIRGINIA (10-7)
Joseph 3-7 2-2 9, Cain 2-9 6-6 10,
Soroye 0-3 0-0 0, Reynolds 6-12 4-5 19,
Singletary 5-13 3-4 13, Mikalauskas 3-7 0-
1 6, Campbell 0-0 0-0 0, Bannister 1-3 4-4
6, Diane 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 20-56 19-22 63.
DUKE (19-1) ,
McRoberts 3-5 3-5 9, Williams 5-9 6-6
17, Paulus 2-6 0-0 4, Redick 11-13 10-11
40, Dockery 1-4 0-0 3; Pocius 1-2 0-0 2,
J.Davidson 0-0 0-00, Melchionni 1-5 1-2 3,
Nelson '2-3 0-0 4, Boykin 0-0 0-0 0,
Boateng 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 26-47 20-24 82.
Halftime--Duke 35-24. 3-Point. Goals-
-Virginia 4-9 (Reynolds'3-3, Jbseph 1-2,
Singletary 0-4), Duke 10-18 (Redick 8-10,
Williams 1-1, Dockery 1-2, Paulus 0-2,
Melchionni 0-3). Fouled Out-Dockery.
Rebounds-Virginia 31 (Cain 7), Duke 28
(Williams 10). Assists-Virginia 10
(Singletary 6), Duke 20 (Paulus'8). Total
Fouls--Virginia 21, Duke 20. A-9,314.
No. 3 Memphis 94, UCF 61
UCF (9-9)
Payhe 2-2 0-0 4, Peppers 3-11 2-2 9,
Williams 1-6 3-4 5, O'Donnell 4-10 0-0 10,
Rose 2-7 0-0 4, Taylor 2-4 0-1 5, Noel 4-5
0-2 10, Speraw 0-0 0-0 0, Zondervan. 0-1
0-0 0, Lindbeck 0-2 0-0 0, Gill 3-4 0-0 6,
Johnson 3-8 2-2 8. Totals 24-60 7-11 61.
MEMPHIS (19-2)
S.Williams 4-8 6-6 16, Carney 8-14 5-7
26, Dorsey 1-1 3-4 5, Douglas-Roberts ,1-1
0-0 2, Washington Jr. 1-6 0-0 2, Wade 0-0
1-2 1, W.Wil!iams 5-8 4-4 15, Dozier 2-4 5-
8 9, McGrady 9-0.0-0 0, Anderson 5-7 2-3
14, Njoya 0-2 0-0 0, Allen 1-5 0-0 .2, Long
1-1 0-0 2, Sandridge 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 29-
57 26-34 94.
Halftime-Memphis 42-30. 3-Point
Goals-UCF 6,16 (Noel 2-3, O'Donnell 2-
6, Taylor 1-1, Peppers 1-4, Lindbeck 0-1,
*Rose 0-1), Memphis 10-21 (Carney 5-6,
S.Williams 2-4, Anderson 2-4, W.Williams
1-1, Allen 0-2, Washington Jr. 0-4)..Fouled
Out-None. Rebounds-UCF 30 (Rose 5),
Memphis 38 (Anderson, Dorsey' 5).
Assists-UCF 12 (O'Donnell 4), Memphis
20 (Allen 7). Total Fouls-UCF 23,
Memphis 15. A-15,177.
No. 5 Florida 81, Vanderbilt 58
VANDERBILT (12-5)
Byars ,1-5 1-2 3. Carroll 7-10 4-7 18,
'Terrell 2-5 2-2 6, Moore 1.8 0.0 2 Foster 5-
11 0-1 1 Gordon 2-4 1.1 5, Cage 1-3 2-2
5, Nwankwo 0-0 0-0 0, Skuchas 3-3 2-4 8.
,Totals 22-49 12-19 58.
FLORIDA (18-2)
Noah 4-7 2-3 10, Horford 6-12 4-5 16,
Green 2-7 7-8 12, Humphrey 6-10 0-0 14,
Hodge 3-5 2-2 9, Brewer 1-3 1-1 3, Moss
3-6 2-4 8,, Richard 3-5 1-1 7, Huertas 1-1 0-
0 2. Totals 29-56 19-24 81.
Halftime-Vanderbilt 38-35. 3-Point
Goals-Vanderbilt 2-17 (Cage '1-2, Foster
1-7, .Gordon 0-1, Byars 0-2, Moore 0-5),
Florida 4-11 (Humphrey 2-5, Hodge 1-2,
Green 1-3, Brewer 0-1). Fouled Out-
Terrell. Rebounds-Vanderbilt 26 (Carroll
9), Florida.. 35 (Horford 16). Assists-
Vanderbilt 13 (Carroll 4), Florida 15
(Horford 6). Total Fouls-Vanderbilt 19,
Florida 16. A-12,001.
No 6 Villanova 72, Notre Dame 70
VILLANOVA (15-2)
Sheridan 0-0 2-3 2, Lowry 2-5 0-0 4,
Foye 5-18 6-6 18, Nardi 7-17 3-4 22, Ray
9-16 1-1 23, Fraser 0-1 1-2 1, Cunningham
1-2 0-0 2, Clark 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 24-60 13-
16 72.
NOTRE DAME (10-8)
Kurz 0-4,0-0 0, Francis 5-9 1-4 11, Quinn
6-11 2-4 18, Falls 0-2 2-2 2, Carter 3-8 8-
11 14, Cornett 1-1 2-3 4, McAlarney 3-7.4-
4 13, Zeller 3-7 1-2 8. Totals 21-49,20-30
70.
Halftime-Villanova 35-34. 3-Point
Goals-Villanova 11-24 (Nardi'5-11, Ray
4-6, Foye 2-7), Notre Dame 8-20 (Quinn 4-
6, McAlarney 3-5, Zeller 1-5, Falls 0-1,
Kurz 0-1, Carter 0-2). Fouled Out-Carter.
Rebounds--Villanova 36 (Ray 10), Notre
.Dame 38 (Quinn 9). Assists-Villanova 12
(Foye, Ray 4), Notre Dame 15 (Quinn 8).
Total Fouls-Villanova 20, Notre Dame 18.
A-11,418.
No. 11 Michigan St. 69,
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Cornley 2-8 0-0 4, Luber 4-10 0-0 10,
Claxton 7-14 5-6 19, Parker 1-7 0-0 2,
Jackson 1-5 0-0 2, Walker 5-9 0-0 13,
Hardin 0-0 0-0 0, Bogetic 4-5 0-0 10,
S McSweeney 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 24-58 5-6 60.
MICHIGAN ST. (16-5)
-" Brown 11-16 3-4 29, Neitzel 7-11 0-0 19,
S Ager 3-19 2-2 10, Trannon 1-2 3-4 5,
Rowley 1-1 0-0 2, Ibok 0-0 0-0 0, Walton 1-
1 0-0 2, Suton 0-2 0-0 0, Joseph 0-1 0-0 0,
.- Gray 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 25-55 8-10 69.
Halftime-Penn State 32-27. 3-Point
Goals-Penn St. 7-18 (Walker 3-7, Bogetic
2-2, Luber '2-3, Claxton 0-1, Parker 0-2,
Jackson 0-3), Michigan St. 11-30 (Neitzel
5-8, Brown 4-8, Ager 2-13, Joseph 0-1).
Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-Penn St.
36 (Claxton 13), Michigan St. 30 (Ager,
Gray, Trannon 6). Assists-Penn St., 10
(Luber 3), Michigan St. 10 (Neitzel 7). Total
Fouls-Penn St. 10, Michigan St. 9. A-
14,759.


No. 12 Pittsburgh 77,
Marquette 71


MARQUETTE (15-6)
-o Novak 3-9 0-0 8, Chapman 2-6 0-0 4,
Barro 2-5 0-0 4, James 7-15 0-0 16,
McNeal 5-12 0-4 10, Fitzgerald 2-4 2-2 8,
- Grimm 0-1 0-0 0, Kinsella 1-1 1-2 3,
Amoroso 5-7 2-4 14, Lott 2-3 0-0 4. Totals
29-63 5-12 71.
* PITTSBURGH (17-1)
DeGroat 0-2 0-0 0, Kendall 3-6 0-0 6,
^Gray 6-14 1-3 13, Ramon 4-7 2-2 13,
Krauser 5-14 3-4 16, Benjamin 1-5 0-0 2,
Fields 1-4 0-0 2, Biggs 0-0 0-0 0, Graves 6-
10 4-6 19, Young 2-3 2-3 6. Totals 28-65
12-18 77.


Halftime-Marquette 40-33. 3-Point
Goals-Marquette 8-21 (Fitzgerald 2-3,
Amoroso 2-3, James 2-4, Novak 2-5,
McNeal 0-2, Chapman 0-4), Pittsburgh 9-
20 (Graves 3-4, Ramon 3-5, Krauser 3-7,
Kendall 0-1, Young 0-1, Benjamin 0-1,
DeGroat 0-1). Fouled Out-Novak.
Rebounds-Marquette 30 (James, Novak.
6), Pittsburgh 45 (Gray 20). Assists-
Marquette 14 (McNeal 5), Pittsburgh 20
(Krauser 6). Total Fouls-Marquette 20,
Pittsburgh 16. A-12,508.
No. 14 George Washington 81,
Rhode Island 62
RHODE ISLAND (11-7)
Daniels 3-8 3-3 9, Wise 5-14 0-0 10,
Clark 0-0 0-0 0, Robinson 5-14 8-9 19,
Bitee 1-4 0-2 3, Mack 1-4 0-0 2, Sullivan 0-
0 0-0 0, Baron 4-11 2-2 11, Moore 1-3 0-0
2, Seawright 3-4 0-0 6, Harris 0-0 0-0 0.
Totals 23-62 13-16 62.
GEORGE WASHINGTON (16-1)
Williams 3-9 4-5 10, Hall 2-7 2-3 6,
Mensah-Bonsu 4-7 9-14 17, Pinnock 6-12
5-5 18, Elliott 4-9 2-2 13, McDonald 0-0 0-
0 0, Diggs 0-0 0-0 0, Toney 0-0 0-0 0,
Kireev 0-0 0-0 0, Koundjia 2-3 4-6 8,
Wilmore 0-0 0-6 0, Rice 4-11 0-0 9,
Gonsalves 0-0 0-0 0, Green 0-0 0-0 0.
Totals 25-58 26-35 81.
Halftime-Rhode Island 45-39. 3-Ppint
Goals-Rhode Island 3-14 iRobnson 1-3,
Bitee 1-4, Baron 1-6, Daniels 0-1), George
Washington 5-15 (Elliott 3-5, Rice 1-1,
Pinnock 1-5, Williams 0-1," Hall 0-3).
Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-Rhode
Island 37 (Robinson 7), .George
Washington 42 (Mensah-Bonsu 12).
Assists-Rhode Island 10 (Robinson 6),
George Washington 16 (Elliott, Pinnock,
Rice 4). Total Fouls-Rhode Island 25,
George Washington 18. A-5,000.
No. 17 UCLA 63, Oregon St. 54
UCLA (17-4)
Bozeman 2-5 0-0 4, Mbah a Moute 5-9
3-4 14, Hollins 4-6 3-6 11, Farmar 4-9 3-4
13, Afflalo 4-14 3-4 11, Collison 1-4 0-0 2,
Wright 0-0 0-0 0, Aboya 1-2 0-0 2, Roll 3-6
0-0 6. Totals 24-55 12-18 63.
OREGON ST. (10-10)
Jones 2-9 0-0 5, Cuic'8-13 5-6 24,
Jeffers 1-2 2-3 4, Stephens 1-3 2-2 4,
Washington 2-6 2-2 6, Tsagarakis 0-1 0-0
0, Fontenet.2-8 1-2 7, Dewitz 1-5 1-5 4,
'McGillis 0-1 0-0 0, Casey 0-0 0-0 0. Totals
17-48 13-20 54.
Halftime-UCLA 31-30. 3-Point Goals-
UCLA 3-19 (Farmar 2-4, Mbah a Moute 1-
4, Collison 0-1, Bozeman 0-2, Roll 0-3,
Afflalo 0-5), Oregon St. 7-16 (Cuic 3-4,
Fontenet 2-5, Dewitz 1-2, Jones 1-2,
Stephens 0-1, Washington 0-1, Tsagarakis
0-1). Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-
UCLA 39 (Afflalo 10);, Oregon St 31 iCu.c
7). Assists-UCLA 16 1Farmar 8). Oregon
St. 11 (Dewitz 3). Total Fouls-UCLA 17,
Oregon St. 17. A-8,250.
Temple 91, No. 18 Maryland 85
MARYLAND (14-5)
Caner-Medley 7-15 12-16 30, lbekwe 4-
4 6-8 14, Gist III 0-1 0-0 0, Strawberry 0-4
0-2 0, Jones 7-12 2-2 23, Garrison 4-7 0-1
8, Ledbetter Jr. 1-2 1-2 4, Brown 2-2 0-0 4,
Bowers 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 26-49 21-31 85.
TEMPLE (11-7)
Robinson 3-7 3-4 11, Marshall 4-7 1-2 9,
Salisbery 9-13 1-6 23, Tyndale 2-9 10-14
14, Collins 6-19,11-15 25, Dacons 0-0 0-0
0, Clark 0-0 0-0 0, Olmos 0-0 0-4 0,
Christmas 1-4 1-2 4; Ingram 2-2 1-2 5
Totals 27-6'1 28-49 91. -
Halftime-Temple 43-41. 3-Pornt
Goals-Maryland!T 12`24 (Jones 7-11,
Caner-Medley 4-9, Ledbetter Jr. 1-2,
Garrison 0-1, Strawberry 0-1), Temple 9-23
(Salisbery 4-7, Robinson 2-5, Collins 2-6,
Christmas 1-4, Tyndale 0-1). Fouled Out-
Garrison, Jones, Marshall. Rebounds-
Maryland 36 (Caner-Medley 10), Temple
35 (Tyndale 10). Assists-Maryland 21
(Caner-Medley 5), Temple 16 (Collins 12).
Total Fouls-Maryland 30, Temple 23. A-
10,025.
No. 19 Tennessee 81,
South Carolina 65
SOUTH CAROLINA (11-9) A
Day 4-9 0-0 11, Wallace 2-4 0-0 5, Tisby
2-5 0-0 4, Kelley 5-12 0-2 11, Kinsey 4-12
2-2 12, McDowell 1-5 0-0 3, Sheldon 1-1
0-0 2, Trice 4-6 0-0 9, Balkman 4-9 0-0 8.
Totals 27-63 2-4 65.
TENNESSEE (14-3) A
Patterson Jr. 5-10 3-4 13, Bradshaw 3-5
1-4 7, Wingate 3-4 0-0 6, 'Lofton 7-15 5-5
23, Watson Jr. 4-6 2-2 11, Ja.Smith 2-12 4-
6 9, Asumnu 5-8 0-0 10, Howell 1-2 0-0 2,
Childress 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 30-62 15-21 81.
Halftime-Tennessee 33-28. 3-Point
Goals-South Carolina 9-30 (Day 3-5,
Kinsey 2-8, 'Wallace 1-2, Trice 1-2,
McDowell 1-5, Kelley 1-7, Balkman 0-1),
Tennessee 6-23 (Lofton 4-11, Watson Jr. 1-
2, Ja.Smith 1-7, Asumnu 0-1, Bradshaw 0-
1, Howell 0-1). Fouled Out-None.
Rebounds-South Carolina 30 (Balkman,
Kinsey 6), Tennessee: 43 (Patterson Jr.
12). Assists-South Carolina 20 (Kelley,
Kinsey 5), Tennessee 18 (Asumnu 4).
Total Fouls-South Carolina 18,
Tennessee'9. A-20,068.
No. 21 Georgetown 76,
Cincinnati 57
CINCINNATI (14-7)
Downey 0-5 0-0 0, Muhammad 1-10 0-0
2, Hicks 5-11 2-3 13, White 7-17 8-9 22,
McGowan 4-6 0-0 8, Moore 1-5 0-0.3,
Tilford 1-2 1-2 4, Miller 1-1 0-0 3, Allen 1-2
0-0 2, Barwin 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 21-60 11-14
57.
GEORGETOWN (14-4)
Cook 3-5 0-0 8, Bowman 4-9 4-4 12,
Wallace 4-7 0-0 10, Green 8-19 2-2 20,
Hibbert 4-5 0-08, Owens 1-4 0-0 3, Sapp
3-5 0-0 7, Crawford 0-1'0-1 0, Thornton 1-
1 0-0 3, Spann 0-0 0-0 0, Egerson 1-1 0-0
3, Beal 1-1 0-0 2, Kilkenny-Diaw 0-0 0-0 0,
Dizdarezvic 0-Q 0-0 0. Totals 30-58 6-7 76.
Halftime-Georgetown 36-20. 3-Point
Goals-Cincinnati 4-24 (Tilford 1-1, Miller
1-1, Hicks 1-2, Moore 1-4, Downey 0-1,
Allen 0-1, McGowan 0-1, White 0-6,
Muhammad 0-7), Georgetown 10-21
(Wallace 2-3, Cook 2-4, Green 2-5,
Egerson 1-1, Thornton 1-1, Sapp 1-1,
SOwens 1-4, Bowman 0-2). Fouled Out-
None. Rebounds-Cincinnati 31 (Hicks,


McGowan 9), Georgetown 39 (Green,
Hibbert 7). Assists-Cincinnati 8 (Downey,
Moore, White 2), Georgetown 22' (Cook,
Green 5). Total Fouls-Cincinnati 13,
Georgetown 14. A-12,016.
Rutgers 65, No. 22 Louisville 56
LOUISVILLE (14-6)
Palacios 4-10 1-2 10; Padgett 3-8 6-7 12,
Dean 5-13 0-0 13, Jenkins 3-8 1-2 7,
McGee 0-2 0-0 0, Williams 4-8 2-2 12,
Gianiny 0-3 0-0 0, Millard 1-4 0-0 2, Harvey
0-3 0-0 0, Farley 0-0 0-0 0, B.Johnson 0-0
0-0 0. Totals 20-59 10-13 56.
RUTGERS (13-7)
Webb 2-8 2-2 6, Inman 4-8 3-3 13,
Joynes 1-3 0-0 2, Farmer 2-4 2-2 6, Douby
6-16 5-6 19, Hill 2-3 0-0 4, Griffin 1-3 0-0 3,
Bailey 4-5 4-6 12, Inglis 0-1 0-0 0. Totals
22-51 16-19 65.


Halftime-Rutgers 39-28. 3-Point
Goals-Louisville 6-22 (Dean 3-7, Williams
2-4, Palacios 1-3, Gianiny 0-1, McGee 0-1,
Millard 0-1, Harvey 0-2, Jenkins 0-3),
Rutgers 5-16 (Inman 2-3, Douby 2-7,
Griffin 1-3, Webb 0-3). Fouled Out-None.
Rebounds-Louisville 34. (Jenkins 7),
Rutgers 38 (Douby 7). Assists-Louisville
12 (Palacios 3), Rutgers 12 (Farmer 8).
Total Fouls-Louisville 19, Rutgers 19. A-
8,097.
Michigan 85, No. 23 Wisconsin 76
WISCONSIN (15-5)
Butch 1-6 0-0 3, Tucker 8-16 5-8 21,
Chappell 1-5 2-2 4, Nixon 5-7 0-0 13,
Taylor 10-18 4-4 29, Flowers 1-1 0-0 2,
Gullikson 1-5 2-2 4, Krabbenhoft 0-2 0-0 0.
Totals 27-60 13-16 76.
MICHIGAN (15-3)
.Coleman Jr. 1-2 0-0 3, Brown 3-3 1-3 7,
Sims 8-10 2-2 18, Horton 2-10 10-10 14,
Harris 8-12 2-2 23, Smith 0-2 1-2 1,
Shepherd 0-0 0-0 0, Petway 2-2 0-1 4,
Hunter 4-10 6-7 15. Totals 28-51 22-27 85.
Halftime--Michigan 38-27. 3-Point
Goals-Wisconsin 9-17 (Taylor 5-9, Nixon
3-5; Butch 1-1, Tucker 0-2), Michigan 7-21
(Harris 5-9, Coleman Jr. 1-2, Hunter 1-5,
Smith 0-1, Horton 0-4). Fouled Out-
Butch. Rebounds-Wisconsin 27
(Chappell 7), Michigan 36 (Brown 12).
Assists-Wisconsin 14 (Chappell, Tucker
4), Michigan 15 (Horton 5). Total Fouls-
Wisconsin 25, Michigan 21. A-NA.
ACC Boxes
North Carolina 86, Arizona 69
ARIZONA (13-7)
Williams 7-14 0-0 17,.Radenovic 3-9 0-1
7, Walters 3-4 0-1 6, Adams 6-14 0-0 12,
Shakur 6-13 5-5 18, Prince 3-9 0-0 7,
Onobun 1-4'0-0 2, Fox 0-1 0-0 0, Tangara
0-0 0-0 0, Dillon 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 29-68 5-
7 69.
NORTH CAROLINA (12-5)
Noel III 2-5 2-4 6, Terry 5-8 2-2 13,
Hansbrough 9-16 3-4 21, Miller 5-7 0-0 14,
Frasor 2-7 0-0 5, Ginyard 1-1 1-2 3, Green
5-6 0-0 13, Thomas 375 0-0 6, Sanders 1-
3 0-0 2, Burke 0-1 0-0 0, Wood 1-1 0-0 2,
Robinson 0-0 1-2 1; Wilkins 0-0 0-0 0.
Totals 34-60 9-14 86.
Hains.me-Nonh Carolina 39-31 3-Point
Goals-Ar.zona 6-19 Willams 3-5,
Radenovic 1-3, Shakur 1-4, Prince 1-5,
iAdams 0-2), North Carolina 9-17 iMiller 4-
5, Green.3-4, Terry 1-2, Frasor 1-3, Burke
0-1, Noel III 0-2). Fouled Out-None.
Rebounds-Arizona 30 (Walters 8), North
Carolina 38 (Hansbrough 11), Assists-
Arizona 12 (Adams, Shakur 4), North
Carolina 23 (Frasor 9). Total Fouls-
Arizona 15, North Carolina 11. A-NA.
Virginia Tech 76, Wake Forest 70
VIRGINIA TECH (11-9)
Witherspoon 4-8 0-1 10, Diakite 1-1 0-Q
2, Dowdell 4-15 2-2 11, Gordon 7-17 6-9
21, Vassallo 11-19 3-3 29, Sailes 1-2 0-0 2,
Tucker 0-4 1-2 1. Totals.28-66 12-17 76.
WAKE FOREST (12-8)
Ellis .0-2 0-0 0, Strickland 7-12 4-4 23,
Williams 5-7 2-7 12, Hale 4-11 0-0 10,
Drum 6-11 0-0 17, Dukes. 0-2 0-0 0,
Stanley 0-3 0-0 0, Swinron 0-2 0-0 0,
Visser 4-5 0-0 8 Totals 26-55 6.11 70
Halftime-Wake Forest 38-35 3-Point
Goals-Virginia Tech 8-19 iVassallo 4-5
Witherspoon 2-6 Gordon 1-2, Dowdell 1-5
Tucker 0-1), Wake Forest 12-25 iSincklana
5-7, Drum 5-8 Male 2-6 Stanley 0-2.
Dukes 0-21 Fouled Out-Drum
Rebounds-Virginia Tech 40 (Gordon 141
Wake Forest 3-1 Stanley Strickland 81
Assists-Virgina Tech 10 iDowdcll 4I
Wake Forest 17 lHale 61 Total Fouls-
Virginia Tech 16, Wake Forest 13 A-
14,665.
State Boxes
Delaware St. 61, Florida A&M 50
FLORIDA A&M (10-10)
Kelly 4-6 2-2 10, Sanders 1-3 3-6 5, Tate
5-8 6-6 18, Sams 1-2 2-2 4, Ballard 2-7 0-
0 5, Mason 0-1 0-0 0, Twitty 0-1 1-2 1,
Adkins 1-2 0-2 2, Elliott 2-2 1-1 5. Totals
16-3215-21 50.
DELAWARE ST. (10-10)-
Dickens 3-6 0-0 6, Roundtree 1-4 0-0 3,
Shine 4-11 2-2 12, Bluntt 7-13 1-2 21, .Miji.
2-5 0-0 6, Walker 0-1 0-0 0, Bush 1-2 2-3
4, Worley 0-5 0-0 0, Fleetwood 4-6 0-0 9.
Totals 22-53 5-7 61.
Halftime-Delaware State 28-24. 3-Point
Goals-Florida A&M 3-7 (Tate 2-3, Ballard
1-1, Kelly 0-1, Mason 0-1, Twitty 0-1),
Delaware St. 12-28 (Bluntt 6-10, Miji 2-4,
Shine 2-8, Roundtree 1-1, Fleetwood 1-2,
Worley 0-3). Fouled Out-None.
Rebounds-Florida A&M 24 (Adkins 7),
Delaware St. 29' (Bluntt 7). Assists-
Florida A&M 6 (Ballard 3), Delaware St. 15
(Dickens 4). Total Fouls-Florida A&M 10,
Delaware St. 17. A-1,333.
Campbell 93, North Florida 75
NORTH FLORIDA (5-14)
Williams 7-10 3-5 17, Daugherty 5-12 4-
7 17, Ashwell 1-3 4-6 6, Timberlake 4-6 2-
2 12, LaRoche 3-8 0-0 7, Atkinson 1-2 0-0
3, Didion 1-3 1-2 4, Riley 0-2 0-0 0,
Caruthers 2-7 4-4 9. Totals 24-53 18-26 75.
CAMPBELL (7-12)
Latham 10-18 5-6 25, Aguiar 4-6 0-0 8,
Pringle 4-9 2-2 14, Smith 8-14 3-4 25,
Eackles 5-9 4-5 14, Wohlfeil 0-1 0-0 0,
Bishop 0-1 0-0 0,' Coleman 0-1 0-2 0,
Gibson 0-0 0-0 0, Fagbenle 1-2 0-0 2, Hunt
0-1 0-2 0, Poole 1-3 1-5 3, Johnson 1-1 0-
0 2. Totals 34-66 15-26 93.
Halftime-Campbell 46-33. 3-Point
Goals-North Florida 9-22 (Daugherty 3-7,
Timberlake 2-4, Didion 1-1, Atkinson 1-1,
LaRoche 1-3, Caruthers 1-4, Riley 0-2),
Campbell 10-25 (Smith 6-11, Pringle 4-8,
Wohlfeil 0-1, Latham 0-2, Eackles 0-3).
Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-North
Florida 34 (LaRoche 16), Campbell 36
(Latham 11). Assists-North Florida 16
(Timberlake 5), Campbell 24 (Eackles 9).
Total Fouls-North Florida 22, Campbell
20. A-946.
Stetson 74, ETSU 71, OT
STETSON (3-16)
Hollingsworth 0-2 2-2 2,
Kickingstallionsims 3-3 0-0 6, McMillen 3-7
2-2 10, Gordon 4-15 3-6 11, Register 8-19
3-4 19, Mclntosh 0-0 0-0 0, Blair 5-9 0-0


11, Diaz 2-5 0-0 5, Thomas 1-2 2-4 5, Hirst
2-3 1-1 5. Totals 28-65 13-19 74.
ETSU (11-8)
Thomas 1-1 2-2 4, Reed 1-3 2-2 4,
Nuckles 2-5 2-3 7, Strong 6-14 5-5 17,
Smith 5-15 0-0 10, Pigram 6-12 0-0 16,
Williams 0-0 0-0 0, Taylor 2-2 1-3 5, Sneed
3-4 2-6 8. Totals 26-56 14-21 71.
Halftime-East Tennessee State 34-31.
End Of Regulation-Tied 66. 3-Point
Goals-Stetson 5-18 (McMillen 2-4, Diaz
1-1, Thomas 1-2, Blair 1-3, Gordon 0-1,
Hollingsworth 0-2, Register 0-5), ETSU 5-
15 (Pigram 4-8, Nuckles 1-2, Smith 0-1,
. Strong 0-4). Fouled Out-None.
Rebounds-Stetson 36 (Gordon 8), ETSU
37 (Nuckles 10). Assists-Stetson 13
(Gordon 4), ETSU 10 (Pigram 3). Total
Fouls-Stetson 18, ETSU 15. A-5,067.


Saturday's College
Basketball Scores
EAST
Albany, N.Y. 52, Binghamton 51
American U. 74, Lafayette 56
Amherst 78, Colby 59
Baptist Bible, Pa. 86, Phila. Bible 57
Bates 68, Wesleyan, Conn. 47
Bentley 45, St. Rose 44
Bridgeport 78, Concordia, N.Y. 65
C.W. Post 80, St. Thomas Aquinas 7?
Cabrini 90, Immaculata 72
California, Pa. 79, Clarion 76
Catholic 60, Marymount, Va. 57
Cazenovia 95, Chestnut Hill 92, OT
Clark U. 65, Babson 61
Coast Guard 65, MIT 55
Colgate 60, Army 41 -
College of N.J. 76, Kean 58
Connecticut 76, Providence 62
Cornell 81, Columbia 59
Curry 63, Nichols 52
DeSales 85, Wilkes 74
Delaware 76, Towson 61
Dominican, N.Y. 72, Sciences, Pa. 65
Drew 53, Scranton 51
Duquesne.86, St. Bonaventure 82
E. Connecticut 70, S. Maine 60
East Stroudsburg 68, West Chester 57"
Edinboro 91, Lock Haven 82
Elizabethtown 78, Albright 75 d '
Framingham St. 68, Newbury 66 -
George Washington 81, Rhode Island 62
Georgetown,76, Cincinnati 57
Gettysburg 58, Muhlenberg 52.
Goldey Beacom 55, N.J. Tech 49
Gwynedd-Mercy 72, Marywood 50 t:
Hamilton 87, St. Lawrence 76
Haverford 86, McDaniel 58
Hobart 73, Clarkson 54
Hofstra 76, Drexel 75, OT
Holy Family 102, Wilmington, Del. 94'
OT
Indiana, Pa. 85, Pitt:-Johnstown 74
Keene St. 80, Mass.-Dartmouth 67
Keuka 78, Purchase 58 .-.6
Kings, Pa. 86 Delaware Valley 60
Lehman 94, Hunter 63 .
Long Island U. 75, Wagner 65
Lycomlng 88 FDU-Florham 80 .
Mansfield 95 Kutztown 88, OT
Mass.-Boston 92, W. Connecticut 89
Mass.-Lowell 65, American International
58 '
Millersville 80, Cheyney 73
Monmouth, N.J. 74, St. Francis, Pa. 56""
Moravian 81, Juniata 72 '
NYCCT 68, Medgar Evers 62 .
.Neumann 42, Arcadia 41
Penn St -Berks 74 Bard 63
Philadelphia 78, Post. Conn 59i
PirlsDurgn 77 Marquette 71
RPI 65 Skidmore 47
Ramapo 121, Rutgers-Camden 79
Richard Stockton 95, William Paterson
79 -
Rutgers 65, Louisville 56
Rutgers-Necark 71 Montclair St 59
S New Hamps hire 88 Assumption 71
Salem St. 85. Worcester St. 79
Springfield 75. Endicctl 55
St. Anselm 75; St. Michael's 63
St. Franc-s NY 70 Quinnipiac 66
St. John Fsrer 68 Ithaca 55
St. Joseph s L I. 77, Kings Point 64
St. Peter's 76 Loyola, Md. 74
Stevens Tech 51, Old Weslbury 45
Stonehill 68, S. Connecticut 55
Stony Brook 75 UMBC 65
Susquehanna 78 Widener 67'
Temple 91. Maryland 85
Trinity, Conn 80, Bowdoin 65
Tufts 74 Connecticut Coll. 65
Ursinus 75, Franklin & Marshall 59
Vermont 64, New Hampshire 56
W. Virginia St. 95, Davis & Elkins 68
VIvU Tech 68 W Va. Wesleyari 63
West Liberty 103 Fairmont St..94
Westfield St 82 Mass. College 61
Wheeling Jesuit 106, Ohio Valley 86
York, Pa. 96, Salisbury 62
SOUTH
Alabama ASM 108, Prairie View 71
Alabama St. 72, Texas Southern 66
Allen 71 Savannah St 61
Appalachian St 66. The Citadel 65E
Armstrong Atlantic 84 Columbus St 75
Auburn 66 Georgia 65
Averett 89 N C Wesieyan 81
Birmingnam-Soutinerrn 70 Radford 57
Campbell 93 North Flonda 75
Christian Brothers 81, S. Arkansas 72,
,OT
Christopher Newport 81, Methodist 63
Coastal Carolina 72, Liberty 60 -
Coker 72, Lees-McRae 66
Coll. of Charleston 67, Chattanooga 53
Delaware St 61, FloridaA&M 50
Emory & Henry 101, Randolph-Macon
89
Florida 81, Vanderbilt 58
Florida Memorial 73, Webber 68
Florida Southern 78, Florida Tech 60
Francis Marion 64, Lander 61
Furman 73, N. Dakota St. 61 .'
George Mason 66, Old Dominion 47
Hampton 69, S. Carolina St. 57
High Point 64, N.C.-Asheville 45
LSU 79, Mississippi 73
Lane 73, Kentucky St. 72, OT
Lee 66, Faulkner 64
Lenoir-RHyne 67, Tusculum 59
Longwood 93, Hartford 90, OT
Louisiana College 64, Austin 53
Louisiana-Monroe 77, Texas-San
Antonio 68
Mars Hill 74, Newberry 68
Md.-Eastern Shore 76, Morgan St. 67
Memphis 94, UCF 61 '
Norfolk St. 55, N. Carolina A&T 43
North Carolina 86, Arizona 69
Northwestern St. 89, Texas St. 71
Oglethorpe 83, Millsaps 69
Presbyterian 75, Catawba 69
Rollins 71, Nova Southeastern 68
S.C.-Upstate 77, N.C.-Pembroke 61
Samford 84, Austin Peay 68
Stetson 74, ETSU 71, OT
Tenn. Temple 90, Crichton 85
Tennessee 81, South Carolina 65
Thomas More 73, Thiel 66
Union 92, Bluefield 80
Union, Tenn. 89, Cumberland, Tenn. 71
Va. Commonwealth 79, Georgia St. 68,
OT
Va. Wesleyan 81, Guilford 72
Virginia Tech 76, Wake Forest 70
Voorhees 84, Johnson Bible 69
W. Kentucky 72, New Orleans 57 .
William & Mary 86, James Madison 68
Winthrop 76, Charleston Southern 59
MIDWEST
Albion 85, Adrian 46
Allegheny 80,'Kenyon 72
Aquinas 82, Siena Heights 74
Baldwin-Wallace 93, Marietta 66
Beloit 73, Knox 69
Benedictine, Ill. 70, Aurora 69
Bethany, Mirin: 74, St. Scholastic 68
Bethel, Minn. 85, Augsburg 64
Butler 70, Wright St. 62
Calvin 76, Tri-State 63
Carleton 67, St. John's, Minn. 65
Carroll, Wis. 79, Illinois College 60
Clarke 87, Rockford 77.
E. Illinois 80, Morehead St. 65
Findlay 88, Ferris St. 72
Franklin 66, Defiance 59
Grand Valley St. 73, Ashland 60
Hanover 86, Bluffton 78
Huntington 71, Taylor 60
Ill.-Chicago 81, Wis.-Green Bay 68
Illinois 76, Purdue 58


Kansas 95, Iowa St. 85
Lake Erie 97, Medaille 72
Loyola of Chicago 68, Detroit 63
Macalester 66, St. Mary's, Minn. 56
Marian, Ind. 84, Goshen 80
Michigan 85, Wisconsin 76
Michigan St. 69, Penn. St. 60
Michigan Tech 60, Northwd, Mich. 49
Midland Lutheran 88; Dana 80
Minn.-Morris 96, Crown, Minn. 63
Monmouth, III. 71, St. Norbert 58
Mount Marty 71, Nebraska Wesleyan 63
Mount St. Joseph 74, Manchester 71
Murray St. 76, SE Missouri 69
N. Iowa 51, Drake 49
N. Michigan 69, Saginaw Valley St. 67
Nebraska 65, Missouri 52
Northwestern, Minn. 77, Presentation 63
Oakland, Mich. 68, W. Illinois 64
Ohio Northern 92, Heidelberg 77
Ohio Weslyn 121, Hiram 70
Olivet 75, Alma 65
Quincy 72, Lewis 62
Ripon 82, Lake Forest 54


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SPECIAL TO
THE CHRONICLE

Editor's note: This col-
umn is reprinted, with per-
mission. from the January
2006 issue of the Brechner
Report, published by the
Brechner Center tbr
Freedom of Information at
the Universifo of Florida in
Gainesville.
he term "sex offend-
er" became a regular
part of the news med ia's
vocabulary in 2005 as a
series of high-profile
abductions and slaying made.
headlines across the nation.
In Florida. Jessica Lunsford,
9. and Sarah Lunde. 13, were
each allegedly killed by a sex
otTender. Shasta Groene. 8,
Swas allegedly abducted by a
sex offender from a grisly
murder scene at her Idaho
home
But before Jessica, Sarah/
or Shasta, a little girl from
New Jersey named Megan
Kanka became the name-
sake for laws that require
those who commit sex
crimes to register \with the
government, and for some of
that information to, be
released to the public.
Megan, 7, was killed by a
neighbor who had twice been
convicted of sex crimes
against children. Her parents
were shocked that he was
allowed to live so close with-
out their knowledge, and
they lobbied the federal gov-
ernment for a solution.
Megan's Laws, as they are
commonly known, ,are in
effect in every state and the
District of Columbia.
Internet registry
commonly used
Most states' use the
Internet as one way ofre.as-
ing sex offender information
to dithe public, and most states
* have incorporated this notifi-
cation method into their
statutes. Online sex offender
registries allow users to
search for offenders by name
or within a certain county,
'ZIP Code or radius from a
specified location:
The, search capabilities
vary from state to state, as
does the information posted
about each offender Ingener-
al, the offender's photograph,
name and any aliases, home
address and the nature of his


out?


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John Evander Couey, shown recently in court, was already a known sex offender when he was charged with the abduction,
rape and slaying of 9-year-old Jessica Lunsford of Homosassa last year. He is now awaiting trial.


The information
(parents) glean
from database
searches may
be inaccurate if
public officials do
not consistently
update the
registries.

or her conviction are niade
available on the Internet
Sex offenders in Alaska and
ColuIeeticut have challenged
the publication of their per-
sonal information on the
Internet all the way to the U.S.
Supreme Court In 2003, the
high court struck down claims
of unconstitutionality -
specifically, ex post facto and
due process -iolations in .
Smith \: Doe and Connecticut
Department of Public Safeti
v. Doe. Writing for the majori-
ty hi Smith, Justice Kennedy
described Internet registries
as "efficient, cost effective,
and convenient" for the pub-
lic.
Sex offender registry Web
sites have cleared both statu-
tory and Supreme Court hur-
dles. But do the3 really work"l
The push for Internet reg-
istries is based on die premise
that citizens will seek out
information about offenders'
who live near them and be
better able to protect them-
selves.
Some problems
for registries
One .problem with this
theory is that studies show.


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Couey, who stands accused of the rape and murder of Jessica Lunsford.


most sex crimes against.
children are not committed
by strangers who might
move next door: but by indi-
viduals horn the children
know relatives, family
friends, etc.
The online registries
themselves can be problem-
atic both in content: and in
substance. First, the infor-
mation is riot guaranteed to
be accurate, as the dis-
claimers on many of these
sites warn.
So even if concerned par-
ents check online registries,
the information they glean
from database searches may
be inaccurate if public offi-
cials do not consistently
update the registries. If par-
ents don't take this problem
seriously, they may be lulled
into a false sense of security,
researchers in the area of sex


offender management \\arn.
Couey's entry
an example
The second problem fac-
ing the efficacy of online
registries is the ability of the
average citizen to under-
stand the information he or
she gets. For example.
Florida's Internet register
contains an entry for Johnny
Evander Couey, the suspect
in Jessica Lunsford's death.
His physical description
and location are easy to
understand, but the infor-
mation about., ,his prior
offense 'is not. "Lewd,
Lascivious Child U/16
(Principal In Attempt)" is
the extent of information
offered as to why Couey is a
registered sex offender.
The gender ofhis victim is
listed as "unknown," and the


site -isitor has no idea when
the 47-year-old committed
the crime. These details can
be important in helping a
parent gauge the type of a
threat they may face
If the privacy rights of a
certain class of individuals
are to be compromised,.
even justifiably so, it should-
n't be just because it is "con-
verlient" or because the
laws are popular with the
public it should ibe
because they work.


Christina Locke is the 2006
editor of the Brechner
Report and a M.A J.D. stu-
dent at the Universiot of
Florida. She was a frequent
contributor to the Report.
and her research has
focused on access issues.


Congressional ethics should be regulated better


oday, both parties are an objective manner so we
trying to outdo each will be able to see what the
other -on the issue of Congress is doing and what
Congressional lobbying is merely window dressing.
reform. It is the need for money
Each party is looking for that gives lobbyists undue
photo opportunities so the i influence and, in some
American public will be cases, results in illegal acts.
impressed by their drive to The biggest corrupting fac-
reform the lobbying system, tor in our political system is
This is a problem that needs Lou Frey the need for money to win
fixing. However, it is minor OTHER campaigns.
compared to the need to con- VOICES It is estimated that in
trol and reform campaign Florida in 2006, the cost of
fundraising. Congress is in a waging a contested Senate
panic mode, which is not good for the race could reach between $15 million
country. and $20 million each. It has been
Let's try ani look at the problems in reported that running in a contested


House race in 2006 could cost between
$2 million and $4 million.
We all have heard of the problems of
soft money. The McCain-Feingold bill
did not close all the loopholes in the
system. In fact, it encouraged a prolif-
eration of the so-called "527" organiza-
tions, which have polluted the airwaves
with propaganda.
The 527s spent nearly $500 million in
the 2004 campaign. It was estimated,
that more than $4 billion was spent oni
the 2004 presidential and congressional
campaigns, up $1 billion after 2000.
All soft money should be eliminated,
hard money raised to $10,000 a person
or corporation, and all contributions of
any amount be reported.


Congress is looking at congressional
travel paid for by private groups. It is
reported that since 2000, $20 million
was spent for 6,671 trips by 637 law-
makers.
First, let's be clear that this is not
.congressionally-approved travel.
Legitimate congressional travel is
important to a member's understand-
ing of a particular issue or his/her
growth as a legislator. I traveled during
my time in Congress and made it a
point on most trips to write a report,
have a press conference and/or make a
press release about the trip. I ended up
in some incredibly interesting places,
Please see FREY/Page 5C


Gerry Mulligan
OUT THE
WINDOW


Rule changes

shouldn't

sneak by us
As the saying goes the
devil is in the details.
We in Citrus County
have done a pretty good job of
tying to create a road map of
what the future of our communi-
ty should look like. But if we're
not paying attention, all of a sud-
den the rules can change.
To avoid becoming like the
crowded urban areas of Florida.
the county and cities have adopt-
ed planning laws that direct
what kind of growth is appropri-
ate and where that growth can
take place.
The big picture is that devel-
opment should take place in the
middle of the county Only low-
density growth should be per-
mitted in the coastal zone west of
U.S. 19 and in the environmen-
tally sensitive Lakes Region on
the east side of the county High-
rise development should not be
permitted. Impact fees should
be used to pay for ifi-astructure
improvements required by new
growth. Water and sewer should
be required for new develop-
ments.
There are a thousand rules
and regulations involved in the
process, but if you stop paying
attention to the details, the rules
can change.
Such is the case with the new
Preservation Pointe RV commu-
nity proposed for State Road 44
East in Inverness. When jthe
infamous Halls River Retreat
Please see WINDOW/Page 5C


Charlie Brennan
SHADES
OF GRAY


They listened

before we

even spoke

TTT e said lit once, and
Smay have said it
before: School admin-
istrators deserve latitude
when it comes to punishing
students who bring knives to
school.
That was made crystal clear
in our Saturday, Jan. 21, edito-
rial.
And we mean it!
What?
Principals have latitude to
suspend students for up to 10
days without taking the case to
district brass for arrest and'
expulsion?
Interesting.
As we hear -routinely, our
editorials aren't always bullet-
proof Such was the. case with
our firm position on excep-
tions to the zero-
tolerance/mandatory one-year
expulsion .rule for knives in
school.
Superintendent of Schools
Sandra "Sam" Himmel gave us
editorial board members good
reason to stare at our twid-
dling thumbs, notepads and
shoelaces when noting this
past week that the schools
already do what we advised
they do: Take each case indi-
vidually and factor in previous
offenses of the youngster in
question.
While our editorial was in
error, at least it's good to know
things are pretty much as they
Please see SHADES/Page 5C


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

CITIZENS OF THE YEAR



Hamptons have



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on community
Mike and Kautia Hampton 'Brent Hall, the foundation's
realized at a very young executive director, said with
age they could use laugh.
Mike's name and face to accom- In July, Sportils Illuhstrated rec-
plish great things. ognized Mike as the 10th most
Mike, a pitcher for the Atlanta charitable professional athlete
Braves, said it was at a hospital for 2004. arid 2005 revealed that
in Houston where he first recog- he and Kautia have no inten-
nized the impact he could have tions of slowing down.
on children. Though he was only According to Hall, in 2005 the
in liis early 20s, he noticed wide Hamptons surpassed the
eyes and bright smiles overtak- $434,732 in donations Sports.
ing otherwise sullen young faces Illustrated listed for 2004.
the moment he and some other The foundation still has active
Astros players walked into the projects in Houston and
room. Colorado, though Mike no longer
Mike and Kautia, both pitches in those places. In
Homosassa natives- and Crystal Atlanta last year, Mike con-
River High School graduates, tribute $75,000 for one of four
tdok that ball of goodwill and baseball fields at the Braves'
have been running with it at a youth baseball academy. "Mike
frenzied pace ev6r since. Hampton Field," set to open in
The net of generosity cast by. April, will host countless hours
the Hamptons extends far of instruction and fun for inner-
beyond Citrus County to just, city youths. So will "Chipper
apout everywhere Mike has Jones Field," "Brian Jordan,
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In Citrus County THE I
alone, the Mike
Hampton Pitching Mike
In.. Foundation Kautia -
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$120,000 to nonprof- OUR 01
it, organizations, Tha
over $56,000 in
youth scholarships
and grants.
Included in the list of nonprofit
entities the Hamptons have con-
tributed to are the Boys and Girls'
Clubs of Citrus County; Key
Training Center; Youth Explorers;
Citrus County Youth Basketball;
West Citrus Soccer; Crystal River,
Central Citrus and Dunnellon
Little Leagues; Lecanto High
School's cross-country programs;
Manatee Young Marines;
Homosassa Elementary School;
Bulldog Baseball; Project
Graduation; Family Fun Day;
Citrus County Soccer All-Stars;
Crystal River United Methodist
Church's youth program; Hospice
Walk; Habitat for Humanity and
Shop with Cops.
They were also responsible for
the hugely successful Dec. 10
benefit concert at Rock Crusher
Canyon, the kid-friendly Family
Fun Day at Lecanto High School,
a $50,000 donation toward a
pediatric care unit, at Citrus
Memorial, andi an $11,0060 pair of'
elite, European search-and-res-
cue dogs for the sheriff's office.
"They had a pretty busy year,"


Tub to shower
I was wondering if, any-
body knows the name of
the man and his phone
number that, well, he had
an.ad in the paper that he
converted bathtubs to
showers. Or do you know
of anybody that does this?
Reliable route


If I go to the Tampa
Airport, and I want to be
sure to get there in time, I take the
Suncoast Parkway. I do not take
275; it is too unreliable. The
Suncoast Parkway is needed and
should be extended.
King of help
I just heard on TV where Michael
Jackson wants to be a consultant to
help people in trouble. Maybe he


CALL 1
59.14


to be outshone by
SSUE: her husband when,
it comes to charity,
e and participated in the
lampton. Braves' annual toy
drive, brown bag
PINION: bonanza and
nks! Hurricane Katrina
relief efforts,
according to Braves
community affairs
director Erica Newsome.
"Our' projects in Atlanta are
very important to us, because at
the end of the day those fans are
the ones that are coming and
paying your paychecks, which
also puts money into our founda-
tion every year," Kautia said. "So
we have to give back."
Giving back has been a con-
stant for the Hamptons since
Mike left town 14 years ago as an
undersized and unknown base-
ball hopeful. Their generosity
transcends wealth or name
recognition. It's about selfless-
ness. It's about the desire to see
people working together. It's
about community spirit.
Professionally speaking, 2005
was not a great year for Mike
Hampton. Though he showed
signs of regaining the poise and
Control that made him a star as a
younger player, he went just 5-3
before, an arm injury shut him
down for the season.
But here in Citrus County,
Mike and Kautia Hampton were
an easy choice for MVP


can go to Washington and
help Mr. Bush iron out
some of his problems.
What do you think about
that? A good idea?
Same numbers


Once again, we see the
Chronicle mislead and. dis-
tort a story. Mike Wright
0579 writes about the war pro-
testers, "Thirty people
demonstrating and the
number's increasing," but yet the
photo only shows three. It's amazing.
Two months ago, when they reported
on the peace demonstrations, only
30 people were there. Thirty-two -
months ago, 30 now is not an
increase, Mike. And why don't you tell
the real truth? They're not there as
peace demonstrators or anti-war;
they're anti-George Bush.


LETTERS to


Little benefit
To change the now-designated low
density, coastal lakes zoning to high
density RVP zoning on the property
bordering Lake Spivey and the east-
ern canal system would be a serious
mistake.
At this time, there are no vacant
lands in Citrus County designated
.RVP
The zoning amendment application
package developed by the developers
clearly states: "The project is
designed to be as self-contained as
possible with recreational and day-to-
day necessities available within the
park".
The park is to be marketed and sold
to an out-of-county, non-resident, non-
voting transient crowd of users bring-
ing little to the county except their
homes on wheels. Citrus County tax-
payers will only visit the RV park if
invited by owners of the pads. The
use of fast-release, high-nitrate fertil-
ization on the golf course and park
grounds will, in time, leach its way
into the aquifer and our lake system.
The planned use of an existing well
would put another environmental
concern in the proposal. Millions of
gallons of ground water would be
used to keep the golf course and park
green,
The lone benefit that this writer
can find in the proposal is the devel-
oper's offer to give money to the city
and county for the building of the
(mandated by the county) sanitary
sewer system service to the park. This
anticipated funding would only serve
to keep the developer from building a
sewage treatment facility on site or
pay for collection, containment, treat-
ment and disposal of sewage generat-


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ed by the 400-plus RVs.
It has been stated by commission-
ers that given the large amount of
new building (commercial and resi-
dential) permits and pending applica-
tions, county funding for sewer lines
will be forthcoming through
increased impact fees and taxes. The
cost of feeder lines and all the associ-
ated hook-ups will be much more
than the main line dollars offered by
the developers. The taxpaying voters
of the county would be most irate if a
main sewer line with possible water
lines would be constructed only for
the use of the RV park.
Commissioners should not elect to
allow this zoning change. They would
be inviting any cash-in-hand develop-
ers to pursue the same route of com-
prehensive plan change. A precedent


the Editor --


set by the passing of this change
would be many steps in the develop-:
ment of Citrus County.
Jim Adkins
Inverness

Identifying birds
I loved the photograph on Page 3 of
the Jah. 12 Chronicle of the.child at '
Fort Island Gulf Beach.
The birds in the photo, however,
were misidentified as Forster's Terns.
Although Forster's Terns are in the
area, and I have seen many of them,'
the birds in the photograph are Black
Skimmers. The tern's upper wings ,
are much lighter than the black skim-
mer's are, and the tern's head is
black right to the bill. Although the
skimmer's head is black also, there
is a white space between the black
area and the bill.
One interesting fact about the
Black Skimmer is that it is the only
bird whose lower bill is longer than
the upper bill; thus the ability to
"skim" the water and shallows for
food.
And as a last comment, hopefully
the child was correctly identified!
Leslie Ostergard
Homosassa

Hard for all ,
If everyone remembers this gas tax
at election time, we will remove
everyone except Joyce Valentino.
They should have' let us vote on a
penny sales tax increase instead of
raising the price of gasoline, which is
a hardship on everyone.
Betty Smith
< Homosassa


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'Trying to love two women' can be health hazard


S several years ago, the reviewed my lab reports,
Oak Ridge Boys sang checked me out from stem
about "Trying to Love to stern and made the
Two Women." With just the | determination that I'm in
right combination of four- I real good shape for the
part harmony and nasal shape I'm in, we visited.
twang, they described in I like my doctor.
detail the pain and misery He's a young man, just a
'that accompanies carrying i. little bit older than my chil-
on with more than one dren. He has an engaging
woman at a time. Fred Brannen personality, and above all,
The Oaks said it well, but A SLICE he seems to really care
my doctor said it better, whether I live or die.
Recently, my doctor did OF LIFE It is usual for us to talk for.
those things he was sup- a few minutes once.he com-
. posed to do to complete my annual pletes whatever doctoring he is doing
_'physical examination. After he for me. Our conversations cover many


subjects, but most often they touch on
the current state of world affairs.
At this last visit, while we were on
the subject of the coming 2008 presi-
dential election,; I thought about an
-opinion my wife had shared with me
and said, "Sherry thinks ...."
The doctor's countenance changed.
His face took on a look that would
have been devastating had he not
already given me the prognosis for my
continued health. His facial expres-
sion screamed, "I'm sorry, but you
only have six months to live."
I understood his consternation and
quickly explained, "You know my wife


as Cheryl, but once in a while, I'll slip
up and call her by her nickname,
Sherry, the name her parents and sib-
lings still call her and the one I used
for her while we were dating and:
when we were first married." .
I explained further that while I was
building a career, we moved from*
Dade City to Orlando to Tallahassee`
and ultimately to Inverness. All along
the way, we met new people and made
new friends.
As the love of my, life grew older,
advancing from being a teenage bride.
to a mature young woman, some of.
her adult friends chose to call her by
her official given name,. Cheryl. It.


-stuck and nowadays, most people
know her by that name.
The doctor breathed a sigh of relief,
smiled and said, "I thought you'd
called a woman's name other than
your wife. As your doctor, I'd have to
tell you, keeping a woman on the side
can be hazardous to your health!"
I snickered a reply, "Thanks for
your concern, doc, but there's no
other woman. Cheryl or Sherry, by
either name, is the only one for me."



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Deeper moral issues
In recent days. I read the AP article about
how Tom Gallagher has seen the light since his
last run for governor in 1994. The deja \u this
produced was eerie so reminiscent of anoth-
ergovernor elected in Texas who finally man-
aged to win a political race by getting religion.
Once again, we see the emotional wedge
issues of abortion and gay marriage brought to
the forefront in an attempt to secure votes.
This country is literally drowning in debt and
becoming mniore and more owned by foreign
creditors every day, the good jobs are being
shipped to China and India, our schools are in
trouble and health care is unaffordable for 45
million of us.
Once again, the average voter is being led
astray Why is it that these pastors to whom
Tom Gallagher was speaking are so concerned
about ending a woman's right to choose, but
are seemingly unconcerned about state and
federal administrations that reward the rich
and take from the poor? '
There are deeper moral issues at sAike here.
Many of our young people can't afford health
care, and affordable housing is difficult to find.
When there's an illness of any proportion, they"
have to charge on their credit cards because
their wages are stagnant. When the credit card
companies are allowed to charge usurious
rates and bankruptcy is no longer an option,
what is the answer?
It's a vicious moral, ethical cycle, and it does
not include abortion.
Judith Rystar
Beverl Hills

Fighting fire
Based upon knowing that the Citrus County
commissioners found a large amount of funds,:
one should consider the following:
Hernando has two fire stations. The subdivi-
sion of Tanglewood, off State Road 200, has
had two fires. A lawn mower caught fire and
residents helped fight this fire. One could hear
the siren of a fire truck, which may have had .
difficulty finding Tanglewood. As I watched a
big fire truck traveling down North
Tanglewood Avenue, it did not seem in a rush.
In the rear, a smaller truck did fight the fire
and the first truck was not involved.
A second fire was off Tanglewood Avenue on
East Oakton Street This fire had been set by a
couple of young people on a windy day I made
the call to 911 ind told the operator that this
fire was out of control I left my home to help
fight the fire roaring toward our chain-link
fence. Two of us were using our water hoses to
put out the fire, when many neighbors arrived
with their shovels to assist us.,
We had the fire basically put out when a gen-
tleman from the Forestry Division arrived and
was using his cell phone to request assistance.
Soon after, a small fire truck arrived and began
to take over Many trucks arrived after the fact,
as well as the forestry tractor with bulldozer
I believe our commissioners need to place a
paid firefighter at the Hernando Firehouse in
conjunction with the sheriff's office. The
placement of a paid fireman with knowledge of
this area would, eliminate a delay in our wait-
. ing for fire trucks who travel a very long dis-
tance.
They are then expected to fight our fires that
we have somewhat under control. This is a
waste of the county funds.
We, in our mid-70s, are too old to be expect-
ed to take on the job of fighting a frightening
fire that was out of control. The people of
Hernando need to take a stand on having a
paid firefighter in our town.
Chester H. Cowen
Hernando

Arrogant activists
If not such a serious issue, many comments
by local peace activists were laughable.
"Everyone" knows we shouldn't have gone to
Iraq. Oh? Everyone knows? That's said
because the people they talk to make no effort


to gather all the facts. Clearly, when they say.
"So few have bothered to look beyond the
headlines," they're talking only among them-
selves. They say it's a war "many believe we
can't win." True. but most of those who believe
we can't win are Democrats who don't want us
to win.
"I'm not anti-soldier, but anti-war," says one.
That's like saying: "I'm not anti-black, but I'm
opposed to blacks being allowed to vote." One
person said, "The best they can hope for is that,
this country IIraq) is split three ways." Sadly,
this is arrogance on display. It implies that
Americans are superior and can assimilate
various groups successfully, but Iraqis can't.
Either that or America would best be split into
groups: say, blacks, whites and hispanics.
Which is it? Can't have it both ways (unless
you're a Democrat).
No one wants war Not Republicans, niot
Democrats. So to prevent future war, the
activists should take their wisdom to the
streets of Iraq and Iran. They could explain the
futility of war to those who hate us. and urge ._
them to return to those "peaceful" days leading
tiup to 9l11, back when terrorists were planning
to kill thousands of Americans.
The activists still claim there's no connection
between Saddam and 9/11, while experts from
both political parties have saidiwritten/proven
that Saddam funded Al Qaida and harbored
terrorist training camps that produced thou-
sands of terrorists per year, including training
inside commercial airliners eventually used as
-"WVMDs" to murder 3,000 innocent Americans.
We should believe and follow peace
activists? Frankly, it seems to me that arro-
gance (or ignorance) is certainly on display.
here, and I'm wondering if Democrats will use
an audio of(Osama bin Laden)in response to
the president's State of the Union address.
After all, terrorists and Democrats are saying
the same things.
June Quick
Homosassa

Losing liberty
John McFadden has written in to rebut a
Jan. 9 editorial, "Surveillance needs public
scrutiny"' After reviewing what he considers
relevant facts, he abruptly refers to wiretap-
ping by the Bush administration as "the system
of checks and balances at work."
I surely don't understand a word of that He
concludes that a temporary loan of his Fourth
Amendment rights is the price: he'll pay for rid-
ding the New York subway of fear of a terrorist
attack Good for him! I commend him highly
for his absolute trust in President Bush and
every last scoundrel on his payroll.
We have all heard the story of the woman
who went to a picnic riding on the back of a
tiger, but returned in its stomach. That's what
happens to Miss Liberty when she gets chum-
my with the secret police. In this country
alone, every day of the year, juries are releas-
ing innocent people who have been arrested by
the police and tried by a prosecutor who firmly
believed he had the right man.
McFadden has an absolute right to his opin-
ion, but I am sure it is not shared by those who
are unlucky enough to be whisked away in the
dead of the night Under his system of justice,
the most innocent man in the history of the
world was found guilty and sentenced to death.
There was no evidence against him, but plenty.
of accusers.
Pontius Pilate was a strongman with a weak
backbone. He knew Jesus was innocent, but he
found him guilty because he lacked the moral
courage to stand up for the truth. If any lesson
can be learned from all of this it is surely that
we should not let the terrorists scare us into
giving up those inalienable rights that George
Washington and his small band of stalwarts
fought and died for
Let us join hands and pray that the yoke of
tyranny is not sneaked in the back door while
we cower in fear of those who hide in the shad-
ows.
Franklin Aretz
Beverly Hills


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would see her destroyed since that display of
power and constraint has been at the behest of
the United States. ' .
I would remind the caller that Israel was
attacked on several fronts and responded.
I would point out that Israel has made con- :
cessions time and again to host ile neighbors ,,
who glory in killing innocents.
I need to state here clearly, that I am not
Jewish, Muslim, Hindu or Christian, but I'll
confidently project that if Israel is ever let off -:
the leash to defend itself, it will be to the peril ,
of those bent on annihilating the people and ..
the state of Israel. .

Russ Matott .r
Inverness ,

Plan set in stone


Just what is this "comprehensive plan" men-
tioned by mostly dissenters? -
It appears to be some sort of sacred scroll
such as the Ten Commandments, cast in stone,
that should, if left unaltered as some people
would like, freeze the economic and environ-
mental status of Citrus County to provide a
security blanket to protect us from the evils of
"progress" and "growth," (two evil words, as
depicted by some people); while all of the com-
munities surrounding Citrus County are keep-
ing up with progress and growth, (those two
evil word& again), that is unquestionably
inevitable in our state.
Given that a tumultuous number of people
are moving monthly to our state, something
somewhere in the. state, has to "change," (a
third evil word).
Not to worry, the comprehensive plan will
protect us.
However, if we hang tough with the compre-
hensive plan, a glimpse into the future indi-
cates we could become the center of attraction
for the whole state, in that we would be the
only county frozen in time to become a show- -
case. Imagine the imposition on our environ-
ment with hoards of people invading our coun-
ty to see what it was like in 2005.
As for the environment, I read as much or
more in the Chronicle about how badly all sep-
tic' tanks surrounding the lakes and along the
rivers are not only polluting'the surface water-
ways, but also infiltrating the aquifer and pol-
luting shallow wells that many people use for
household water.
I, for one, applaud the developers proposing
the upscale RV park. They also are proposing a
contained sewer system and supporting pay-
ment to connect with the existing city/county
sewer system.,This could provide an inexpen-
sive avenue of relief for all of the septic tanks
described as polluting Lake Spivey.
I also can just imagine Lake Spivey dotted
with a hoard of canoes. That's not acceptable
however, i.e., slowing down the motorized
sped boats, air boats and Ski-doos that create
waves that erode the lake banks and disrupt
the fish beds.
Just what is this exalted comprehensive plan
doing for, or is it to, Citrus County?

Tilson Lacy
Inverness


Community cares
Last month in The Village Crier, I wrote how
b grateful I was to live in Citrus Hills because we
are a caring community with neighbors and
friends watching out for each other, On Dec. 26,
I tested that statement (purely by accident) by
tripping and falling, on my face, in the parking
lot of the shopping mall at Forest Ridge and
V* M County Road 486. I1 would like to extend my
caring community comments to all of Citrus
County.
When I fell (like a rock), my position was in a
place unseen ]ly most people, so unable to get
a, -- up by myself and knowing I was in trouble
(since blood was present), I relinquished my
independence and embarrassed thoughts and
- loudly yelled, i'Help!" Bless their hearts, peo-
pie came to my rescue, and, though I don't
- know their names, I sincerely thank all of them
for their kindness. A stranger in time of need is
- one of the great rewards of living in caring
Citrus County.
Special thanks to my friends and neighbors.
a -for everything from a bountiful supply of deli-
" cious food, flowers, visits and moral support
Notably: Wilma and Doug, Teresa, Avis, Ron
and Sharon (Davenport), John, Kathy and
Tyler, Fran K.,Reid and the beautiful (and they
can even cook) "bunko" ladies, Fran G., Fern,
Nancy Mc., Nancy H., Bonnie, Brenda, Thelma,
Betty and Lynda. My recovery has been has-
tened by the thoughtfulness of many.
a I did look as if a truck ran over my face, two
-- very black/purple eyes, road burn across fore-
S- head and down the nose, split lip and two frac-
a tures in the left hand, but no broken limbs and
will always be indebted to Citrus Hills and
--a Citrus County residents, really and truly caring-
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Citrus Hill/s


, Debt trap,


Credit cards are a convenience, but also a
"- debt trap.
S These days, the average person is using the
Credit not for the things they would like to have
or need, but for medical bills, utility bills, gas,
-_ .. groceries, etc.
S- - The high interest charges make it impossible
* to reduce or even pay off the balance.
This high usury should be reduced by
~ Congress.
S- If Congress were middle class or poor, they

would understand the need.
How about a little compassion?


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Elizabeth G. Dennis
Lecanto

Israel's response
To the person offering the call-in (Jan. 22): I
think they are misinformed on this subject
In June of 1967, in six days, Israel brought all
the Arab states aligned against her to their
knees (mopped the desert with them, so to
speak!) and then chose to desist.
The only reason that Israel has not taken
the logical course of action against those who


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Losing child care
When they return from their, winter
break, members of the House of
Representatives will have a chance to
reconsider a budget bill that will have
tremendous consequences for low.
income families in Florida.
Little-known provisions of the 2005
Budget Reconciliation Bill could cause
hundreds of thousands of low-income
working families struggling to stay finan-
cially independent to lose their child-
care assistance. The bill requires more
parents receiving welfare assistance to
work, but does not provide the supports
to make the transition possible. Without
'child-care assistance, parents entering
low-wage jobs cannot afford the cost of
child care.
Without enough money to fund Welfare
Reform, the State of Florida may have to
reduce the child-care assistance for those
families who are not receiving welfare
but are still low income. This group is
called "the working poor," and the
income requirement, is 150 percent of the
Federal Poverty Level. For a single moth-
er of two, that number is $24,134.
However, in reality, if this single mother
is making minimum wage, her yearly
income would be $13,312. Child care for
an infant and a 3-year-old would roughly
cost $945 a month; all of the mother's
take-home pay. Families are often forced
to choose between paying bills late or not
at all, going into debt, turning to welfare
or other public assistance, or settling for
inadequate care. In some cases, this may
be leaving children home alone or put-
t iig pre-teens in charge of younger sib-
lings. This kind of care is contraindica-
tive of "getting children ready for school"
and leaving no child behind:
We know that single mothers who
receive help paying for child care are 40
percent more likely to remain employed
after two years (Economic Policy,
Institute). Former welfare recipients with
young children are 82 percent more likely
to be employed after two years if they
receive help with child-care expenses.
House members had only hours.to read
the 774-page bill the first time. In early
February, the budget bill will once again
come before the House. Child advocates
urge Rep. Ginny Brown-Waite and all rep-
resentatives to re-examine the real conse-
quences for parents who are doing every-


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should be. '
There are state statutes that
dictate which offenses must
result in expulsion children
\x ith bazookas on school proper-
ty, etc. but if a child with his-
S toricall1 good behavior forgets
about a small knite in his or her
pocket and has made no threats
and no one: suspects intended
misdeeds,' then the principal
can go light on Junior
Different people react differ-
ently to different situations,
though. We hope each and,
- every principal responds to
such situations with compara-
ble thought and care.
There are some in the com-
munity who feel there is no
parity among principals when
it comes to these responses.
Since the public is not privi-
leged to the punitive measures;
we are left to hope that discre-,


thing they can to support their families
on limited incomes while ensuring that
their children are safe and well cared for.
Linda Foy, CEO, Childhood Development
Services
Ocala

Thanks to Hospice
Words of gratitude and thanks cannot
convey my feelings with the care received
by Hospice nurses and volunteers for my
husband Ray Braun who passed away
Jan. 18.
Father Eric Peters' blessings gave
much comfort. Hospice nurses Debbie S.,
Julie, Edna, Jullie, Tina and Joe's TLC
was the greatest Thanks again...
Kay Braun
Citrus Springs

Snarky senators:*
In watching the coverage of the Samuel
Alito Congressional Confirmation
Hearing, I was appalled at the behavior
of Sen. Edward Kennedy and Richard
Durbin. While a senator's personal phi-
losophy should not influence his or her
line of questioning, it would be unrealis-
tic to think that it would not at least influ-
ence them.
However, the way in which Kennedy and
Durbin conducted themselves was one of
dastardly besmirching of Alito's character
To suggest that he is a racist and a bigot
merely because he has made rulings that
these Democratic senators do not agree
with is beyond any measure of decency.
Kennedy and Durbin should be
ashamed -of themselves. If this is the best
they can do, they should iniimediately
resign from (the Senate. It is a sad dpy foir
all Americans when a few leading'
Democrats make a mockery of the confir-
mation process with their ideological
demagoguery.
Leroy Petrovich Jr.
Cr stal Ri er

Movie morons
The morons of the movies %would not be
living their lavish lifestyle if they had to
earn a living elsewhere in the world.
While they enjoy the best life has to
offer, they bad-mouth the country in
which it was possible.


tion is applied evenly.
News that Army SgLt
Dennis Flanagan was killed in'
Iraq on Friday, Jan. 20, hit
many, many Citrus Countians
hard. It should.
Whether you support the war.
or oppose it, no onb should hes-
itate .to give thanks for Sgt.
Flanagan and the other brave
men and women who put their
lives on the line for our country.
The realization that the 22-
year-old, 2001 Lecanto High
graduate was killed by.a road-
side bomb while riding in a
Huimtee brings the war home..
His family should know that
the thoughts and prayers of
thousands in our community
are with them. .
His parents, Dennis and
Patricia Flanagan, described
their son as having a -strong
commitment to serving in the
armed forces and the mission-
in Iraq. While their son is gone,
they can carry a sense of pride
with them for ever.
It was an honor for members'


Since they hate the United States so.
much, why don't they go live elsewhere?
It would be doing the rest of the country
favor, like getting rid of the trash.
Irene Bussin
Invernes

The two G.W.s
Do you American voters ever stop to
think how lucky we have been to have,
not one, buf two G.Ws in the White
House?
The one G.W never told a lie. That's th
first G.W, George Washington. His birth-
day is Feb. 22. If you have his address,.
send him a card; no need to put a stamp
on his card.
I don't know when the other G.W has a
birthday, but as far as I'm concerned, I
wish he never had any in the White
House. This G.W, unlike George
Washington, never told the truth. And if I
sent him a card, I would reverse the
charges. I'd never waste one of.these nev
high-class stamps. More than 50 percent
of the American voters would rather send
G.W Bush an eviction notice,
Art Clar
Citrus Spring

Tree trouble
I want to complain about the destruc-.
tion of-the trees and vegetation on the
corner of Forest View and Truman roads
bythe developer It is a shame that some
thing was not done about this before it
became a problem.
I cannot believe that Building and
Zoning would approve the way the de\el-
oper removed the trees and vegetation on
the property. This development abuts the
Beverly Hills Library on two sides. The
developer has renioed almost all of the
vegetation upon this site of some 16 acres.
When I had a problem with a neighbor
about tree removal, I was told by the Pinf
Ridge Association that state law controls
how many trees can come down on a cer-
tain amount of land. A developer had to
leave 13 to 15 trees per acre of land. If
tits information is correct, then I believe
that the developer of this land is in viola-
tion of state law.
Jim Curti
Beverly Hill


of the media to have the fami-
ly's permission' to attend
Friday's funeral service. In a
tribute to Sgt. Flanagan and his
family, our Web site,
Chronicleonline.com, current-
ly features a gallery of pictures
taken during the service.
i On a light note. my very
exuberant good- friend Mike
Gufford introduced met0o base-
ball star Mike Hampton at the
American Cancer Society's
Cattle Baron's Ball last week-
end. Man, talk abdut overblown
introductions!
Mike' Gufford and I get:
together once or twice a week
to make noise and pretend it's
rock music.
There are major leagues,
minor leagues, prep leagues,
leagues for young children and
then playgrounds for little kids
who don't yet have the motor
skills to join a league. As a gui-
tar player, I'm pretty much still
in the "playground" phase.
Mike Gufford, who's really
taken to the drums during the


WINDOW
Continued from'Page 1C


a time-share project was proposed
two years ago in Homosassa, the
g county. quickly changed the
g mixed-use (MXU) zoning rules to
3s avoid future controversies. The
intent was to make it more diffi-
cult for developers to slam high-
density condo projects on prop-
erty once designated for RV
campgrounds.
But the result ofthe comp plan
change was that it set clear
e guidelines of how to establish a
high-density RV 'park for unde-
veloped lands in environmental-
ly sensitive areas. Along came
the Preservation Pointe people
and they decide to do everything
according to the county's comp
plan. In fact, they went even fur-
ther than the county's rules
demand, thereby making it
almost impossible for local gov-
, ernment to reject the plans on
any technical issues.
d Opposition to the high-end RV
project has everythingto do with
compatibility to the surrounding
k community. No 'one- in' county
'government anticipated that the
comp plan change would create
this new controversy Now the
county commissioners are
charged with the unenviable
task of making citizens angry or
getting into another legal dog-
fight with a developer i ,: '
Not fun. but the comp plan
change made it possible.
There's a second movement
going on in the county that could
have just as negative an impact
as the comnp plan change. Some
developers are going around
talking about transferring devel-
opment rights.
Here's how it works in some
e South Florida communities: A
developer might find a few acres
of expensive land on the water in
Citrus County Existing zoning
might give him the right to build
four homes on an acre of land.
But the developer might go out
and purchase 10 acres of land in
another pail of town and then
s promise not to develop that


s


past couple years, saw me
approaching and said, "Hey
Charlie, have you met Mike
Hampton?"
Not surprisingly, I thought it
was a pretty cool opportunity.
Then, my friend Mike G.
turned to Mike -H. and said
something like. "Charlie is one
fantastic guitar player!"
Wanting tb balance the intro-
duction, he' 'then pointed to
Mike Hampton and said, '"And
Mike's one fantastic pitcher."
Yeah, my old ego shot way up
there for a "split second and
then I put the comments into
perspective. My "fantastic"
moments are in a closed-up 20-
by-20-foot garage while. Mike
Hampton's are on the finest
professional baseball fields in
the land. .
That's just as it should be!


Charlie Brennan is editor of
the Chronicle. He can be
emailed at cbrennan@
chronicleonline.com.


HOW TO CONTACT YOUR ELECTED LEADERS


Congress
U.S. Rep. Ginny Brown-\Waite
Capitol Address:
1516 Longworth House Office
Building
Washington. D.C., 20515
1202 225-1002
District Address:
20 N. Main St.
Room 200
Brookstille, FI 34601)
i3521 799-8354
Chief of Staffl Brian Walshl
Press Secretary: Car-yn McLeod
Phone: 1202) 226-3017: (202) 226-6559
Fax: 1202) 225-4345
Legislature
Florida Senate
Sen Nancy Argenziano
Capitol Address:
Room 205
Senate Ofttice Building
404 South Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL
32399-1100
Phone: (850) 487-5017
SunCom: 277-5017
District Office:
6216 \\W Corporate Oaks Drive
Crystal River: FL
34429-2694 ,
Phone: 860-5175
SunCom: 664-5175
Statewide: 1866)538-2831
Email: argenziano nancy. webi.flsen-
ate.gov
Legislative Assistants: Janet Oehmig,
Elizabeth Peterson and Judy Wells
a Sen. Mike Fasano
Capitol Address:
Room 412
Senate Office Building
404 South Monroe Street
STallahassee, FL,
32399-1100


Phone: t850) 487-5062
SunCom: 277-5062
District Office:
8217 Massachusetts Ave
New Port Richey, FL 34653-3111
Phoile: (727) 848-5885
Fax. (727) 841-4453
Email: fasano.mike.webT,
fisenate.go\
Legislative Assistants:.Shawn Foster:
Gregor' Giordano and Christine
Hunter
Florida House
Rep Charlie Dean
Capitol Address:
402 S. Monroe St.
Tallahassee, Fl 32399
1850) 488-0805
District Office:
Doris Graska. Jeff Porter
101 Zephyir St.
Inverness, FL .34450
Phone: 860-5160
County government
County Commission
Gary Bartell, chairman 341-
6560; Gar...Bartell,'. bocc.citrus.fl us
Joyce Valentino -
341-6560, Joyce.Valentinoii bocc.cit-
i'us 11 uS
Vicki Phillips -341-6560;
\'Vcki.Phillipsi,,bocc.citrus.fl.

*.Jim Fowler- 341-6560;
Jim.Fowler5Ibocc citrus.fl.us
Dennis Damato-
341-6560; Denhis.Damatoiu bocc.cit-
rus.ti.us
County Administrator; Richard
Wesch --341-6560; R ichard.Wesch'i,-,
boc- citrusI. ti.Us
S Assistant County Administrator:
Tom Dick 527-5210; Tom.Dick@ibocc.
citrus.tl us
Communications Director: Jessica
Lambert 341-6572'


School district
School Board
Chairman: Louis "Lou" Miele -
mrielel,'citruis.kl21.f. us
Patricia "Pat" Deutsch man -
deutschmanp @-citrus. k12.fl us
Ginger Bryant bryantg .'-
citrius.kl2.n.ust
Bill Murray murrayb
,,Ccitruts.k12.f1.us
Linda Powers -powersl
i.cit rus.k12.fl.us
m Superintendent of schools: Sa nd ra
"Sam" Himmel himmelsi,'citrus
k12 tl.us; 726-1931, Ext. 2202

Sheriff's office
Sheriff: Jeffrey Dawsy -
1 Di: Martin Luther King Jr Ave.,
Inverness. FL, 34450; jdawsyip sheriff
citrus.org;
(352)726-4488
City of Inverness
City council
John Sullivan
' .Bill Sheen
Mar'c Wigmore
Sophia Diaz-Fonseca
Ken Hinkle
72* City Manager: Frank Digiovanni -
726-2611
City of Crystal River
Citycouncil
Susan Kirk
John Kendall
Roger Proffer
Robelt Holmes
Jim Farle.
Mayor: Ron Kitchen -795-2883
: City Manager: Phil Deaton-- 795-
4216 .
Police Chief: Steven Burch -
7954241


FREY


C f Congress will attempt to take
SContinued from .Pagep C the heat off by quickly passing, .
legislation that orly marginally
such as Burma, India, the affects the lobbying problem. -
Golden Triangle, the Golan The House will ban former,
Heights during the bnm Kippur members who are lobbyists
war, Central and South from going to the House gym on
America, traveling with DEA the theory that this gives them a
agents,.and Vietnam twice. -i ,speeial- acess 4 ocurrent mem-of's
Furthermore,' there is some bers. Former members will.
traveL paid for by private organ- always have more access than
izations that makes sense and' anyone to sitting members. .,n-
should be allowed. For instance, The problem is not ,where- -
the Former Members of members of Congress can be:
Congress organization sponsors lobbied. i:
the Congressional Study Group The problem is if there is quid
on Germany, an exchange pro- pro quo for what is being asked.
gram that has been going on for I am for intelligent reform of
some 20years and is funded pri- the system. When problems
marily by the German Marshall deve sysit hurts the inddua
Fund, a U.S. foundation. Every develop, it hurtsthe individual
other year, members from the member involved and also hurts
German Bundestag come to the the entire system. The cynicism
States for meetings and mem- of the American public contin-
States for meetings and mem-ues to rise Which is dangerous
bers of Congress go overseas. ues to ours e, which is dangerous
The understanding that has to our form of government I
built up is a benefit to our coun- would hoptake a th at Congress
try, as was seen recently in the would take a deep breath, step
problems between Germany back for a week or two. and look
problem s between'Ge y at what should be done to limit
and the U.S. about Iraq. The atwhatshould bedoneto limit
personal relationship and Congressional abuse of the priv-
junderstanding helped find ilege of serving in Congress.
areas of cooperation that bene- There are plenty of laws and
fited U.S. interests and troops in rules on the. books today that
Germany. should prevent problems. These ,
If' all private travel was laws and rules can and should
banned, it would mean that a be strengthened. However, the -
member ofthe Communications basic problem is there are some
Committee could not address in public office who think they
the National Association of are above the law and have and
Broadcasters' annual meeting will continue to, take advantage
on the west coast unless they of our system. They have forgot-
paid their own travel expenses. ten their oath of office and why
It would mean that a member's they were elected.
travel expense to come to the I guarantee you that no mat-
Frey Institute and address 2,000 ter what changes are made,
students in person and 7,500 there will always be some peo-
over the Internet could not be ple who will break the law. Let's
paid. make it harder for them to do so,
Congress should set up an make the penaltiesmore severe
outside organization to approve aid hope and pray that there
such legitimate travel and also are fewer and fewer people who
ensure that travel paid by lobby- violate our trust
ists just to play golf or vacation
is eliminated. There are several --- --
areas in the lobbying area that
can be tightened up. Lou Frey Jr. served as a
Today, lawmakers can accept Florida representative in
$100 a year from lobbyists in Congress from 1969-79. He is
gifts or meals. Recently in a partner in Lowndes,
Florida, all such gifts were total- Drosdick, Doster, Kantor &
ly banned. Furthermore, a for- Reed, P.A, Orlando, and can
mer member or staffer has to be e-mailed at lou.frey@
wait one year to lobby. This lowndes-law.com.

364-0129 SUCRN

NOTICE:

ALUMINUM CONSTRUCTION

Effective February 1, 2006, proper licensure,
building permits, and inspections are required
for the installation of Alurninum or Vinyl Siding, Soffit,
and/ or Fascia.
Please contact the Citrus County Building Division at
527-5349, -527-7619, or 527-5332 for 'further
information.
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 2006 SC


COMMENTARY


Cmus CouN7y (FL) CHRONICLE


You might wake,
up one day and
find out a
high-density condo
project has been
approved for the
vacant lot next
to your house.

property. In return, local govern-
ment would give the developer "
the right to move the potential
development from one property
to another
The end result is that a devel-
oper would try to convince a city
or county government to permit
the construction of 20 units per
acre. You might wake up one day
and find out a high-density condo
project has been approved for
the vacant lot next to your house.
The development rights con-
cept is purely bogus and muti-,.
lates the intent of the compre-
hensive plan--but when you're' .
talking about big dollars, any-
thing is possible.
Some folks in Crystal River,
are already ,trying to convince,
city hall that this is a grand idea.
County government doesn't have
any regulations to cover the
transferring of development
rights, but you can expect it to
become the next hot controversy
around the corner
As Citrus County's develop-
ment continues at a rapid rate,
we can all expect incredible
pressures to be placed on local
officials to ignore the intent i
behind the rules or to complete-
ly violate those rules. Ifwe'reinot
vigilant in dealing with the
details of the plaruiing process,
our community's landscape will
forever be altered. v
:
Gerry Mulligan is publisher of
the Chronicle. He can be
e-mailed atgmulligan@
chronicleonline.com

could be moved back to two
years.








COMMENTARY CITRUS COUNTY ((L) CHRONi6q..


Sound OFF


Spitting contest
I'd like to comment on an
article of Jan, 12 about Crystal
River wanting to charge a fee
for anyone having an accident
in town. I mean this, to me, is
going to invoke a lot of prob-
lems because the town is going
to make mistakes and they're
going to have ... some crazy
thing that's not right, or maybe
a light, that's not working, a
stoplight, causing an accident.
And regardless, they're saying
that they're proposing to make
a tax or whatever it costs for
the accident to be taken care
of for the police, the medical,.
the fire or whatever it is. Now
I'd just like to know, does
Crystal River want to start a
spitting contest with every
other town in Citrus County? It
would be very interesting to
see what their answers would
be on that.

Empty pockets
All right, we've heard enough
from all the sacred,,self-right-
eous and conservative
Republicans and all the hold-a-
grudge, Bush-bashing
Democrats. Let the current
national world stage of events
speak for themselves. The
majority,, by the conservative,
.religious' rightists and Clinton-
haters elected President Bush
to a second term. Forward to
the present: 56 percent of
Americans now feel a change ir
America's leadership is due. .
We went from ,a no-debt to an
all-out, totally irresponsible


indebtedness. We started a war
with another country some-
thing we've never done before.
The man in the big chair seems
to have a problem communi-
cating and convincing the
American people that his feder-
,al programs are worth buying
into. He has caused so much
hatred to the office of president
that America is more divided
nowthan it has been in years'.
Evidently, the one who claims
that the people once gave him
political clout has now disen-
chanted the majority. And there
are low- marks for Congress'
spending and partying on
Capitol Hill with no one to
answer to, granting themselves
all a huge annual raise without
consulting their constituents or:
asking if we think they deserve
that raise. And how are you
doing? A little less in your pock-'
et to spend this week?

Avoiding city

I' .m cal'lingin response to the
.article yesterday about where
the city ponders fee levying, I
live in Beverly Hills, as do a
large majority of people that
:live in this county. And if
they're going to .start imposing
fees if there's an accident,
. should I not shop at our mall
anymore? Should I. not visit the
restaurants in Crystal River
anymore? Should. I just take all,
.my business out of the city of
S.Crystal River and maybe take it
over.to Inverness or to Ocala or
to Brooksville or Tampa? If the
city is going to. start imposing


fines or trying to recoup their
money from those of us who
do pay taxes maybe not city
taxes, but we do pay taxes in
this county are we to avoid
the city of Crystal River at all
costs? Arid if so, what is that
.going to do to the businesses
in the city of Crystal River?
Aircraft repair
This is for all of you, the fly-
ing public: How many of you
are aware that the majority of
aircraft maintenance for
Northwest, Delta, American,
etc., is done in Mexico,
Guatemala and San Salvador?
The trained and licensed
American A&Ps (maintenance
people) are, and have been,
systematically replaced by $3-
an-hour unlicensed personnel.
So next time you fly, think
about]just who serviced the air-.
craft.
Tax breaks,
I'm 'calling about the Jan. 13
headline about the proposed
.tax break HB 691. It looks like
to me another tax break for the
rich. I don't know how many
poorerpeople can afford to
spend $5,000. The rich sure
can. At least-the Democratic
proposal for sending all Florida
homeowners a check for $100
would get more people involved
in a decent break.
Balls in basin
How many hundreds of tax-
payer dollars are laying in the
drainage basin next to the ath.-
letic field on Highland


Boulevard in the form of unre-
trieved game balls that no one
has bothered to pick up? There
is a gate in that fence; some-
one who cares could retrieve
them. If schools need more
money, then why are they
throwing it away?
Thanks for purse

This is to the lady who found
my purse in the Dunnellon Wal-
Mart shopping cart on Friday,
Jan. 13: Thank you very much.
for turning it in to the store. It's
nice to know that there are still
some honest people in this .
world. Thank you.
Dust exchange
You know, I think it's just
wonderful that the space cap-
sule returned with the first
comet dust to Earth. Isn't that
wonderful? Dust from comets
... Dust is very bad. Why did .
they have to spend billions and
billions of dollars to send;Up
these stupid space things and
bring back dust? Why don't we
take some of our dust and put
if up there? This is a disgrace.
People are,starving, they have
no health insurance, and they
can spend money like that?
Escalating pier.
I don't, know what the city .,
'council's thinking about Pete's
Pier. It's obvious that they want
it so bad they can't stand it.. I
wonder if they buy cars this
way. The car salesmen see
them coming'a mile'away. I
don't know why they're thinking
-hat the price of Pete's Pier will


go down. Property values only
go up, especially waterfront,
and especially when you've got
stupid people writing articles
saying that marinas in Florida
are rare. That just made the,
price go up probably.another
million. But that's what hap-
pens every six months anyway -
price goes up.
'Ready for road
This is about the parkway. I
hope the parkway comes in,
and I hope it brings more peo-.
pie and more businesses
-because this county is as dull
as a doornail.
Medical money
In reading the Chronicle, I
find that Presidert Bush,
through the years, could easily
have helped get the Legislature
to provide health and medical
facilities and care for all
Americans,,if he hadn't spent.
$300 billion in Iraq, and
increasing by $80 billion to:, .
$100 billion a year.
Coach rewards
I got a solution to the.teach-'
ers' pay in Citrus County: Why
don't we pay the math teach-
ers, English teachers and sci-
ence teachers the same-as we
pay a football coach? After .all,
we had three football coaches
two years ago earning $40,000
a year to start, plus.a supple-
ment, probably bringing their
pay close to $45,000. If we
pay our math, English and'sc i;
ence teachers $45,000, we
would probably get the elite


teachers of the state.
Predicting weather
I'd like to know who it is that'
puts in the weather in our .
Chronicle. I .mean yesterday
and today in the newspapers
and all the radio stations and-
news stations were predicLtinga :
deep freeze for tomorrow
morning and tonight. And in
the Chronicle this: morning, it
says tomorrow's low is 46. I -
mean the only one that predicts '
we're going to have a mild
morning is the Chronicle. All thg*
other papers.and all- the news ''
conferences on the television
says it's supposed to be in theZ
20s and a deepfreeze. I think
the person, that writes this is
behind in' his times. He's either-"
copying it from somebody elsier
or he doesn't listen to the -
Weather Channel. I think you .
ought to get on the ball and
give us' the right information.
Editor's note: The Chronicle's-, ,
weather service comes directly
from the -Weather Channel.

Shorten puzzle .
I have a suggestion for the -
Sunday crossword puzzle: If -
you could even up the columns,
it would shorten the puzzle -
about 1 rich and it would fit "
perfectly on my clipboard.

Share prices .
;*Since I'm paying an increase
for electricity because of fuel
costs, how much are stockhold-
ers getting in interest on their
shares, if any? Does anybody;.':
know?


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Chocolatier's vision,


for business in U.S.


not soured by


reality


NANCY KENNEDY
nkennedy@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
hocolatier Marc Rooms
and his family came from
Belgium to Homosassa in
July with a sweet idea to
create personalized fine
Belgian chocolails. They call their
business Chocolate by Design.
Rooms makes the chocolate and his
wife, Sandra Schneider, personalizes
it for the customer. They take busi-
ness cards and company logos, baby
photos and pictures of manatees or
American flags, and. through the
magic of computer technology, trans-
fer the images onto the squares of
chocolate.
The chocolate may be smooth and
sweet, but the couple's business jour-
ney so far hasn't been.
"Ten years together with my broth-
er, we- had two bakery shops in
Belgium," Rooms said.
He speaks several European lan-
guages, but didn't begin learning
English until he came to the United
States six months ago.
He had started the personalized
chocolate business in Belgium after
attending chocolate-making schools,
. such as the Barry Callebaut Institute
in Wieze, Belgium, and becoming a
certified, chocolatier.
He invested $5,000 in a chocolate-
tempering machine and he ,and
Schneider began making personal-
ized chocolates for customers,, even
American companies such as PfiZer,
FedEx and Lockheed-Martin.
Schneider does all the computer
work scanning photos or taking e-
mailed images, reducing them and
printing them using edible ink on to
edible, dissolving paper using a com-
puter printer, 15 images to a page..
The page is placed on the bottom of
a mold it looks like a bottomless ice
cube tray and then Rooms pours
tempered white chocolate into the
mold, along with one of two fillings:
praline or "ganduja with pailette
feuiltine," or a crunchy darker choco-
late.
Their idea did well. for 'them in


CATHY KAPULKA/Chronicle
ABOVE: Marc Rooms lets his dolphin mold drain after filling it with white choco-
late from a tempering and molding machine to demonstrate the chocolate-mak-
ing process. He must fill, drain and cool each mold twice before the piece is fin-
ished. TOP, LEFT: Rooms displays his white chocolate candy filled with a cook-
ie-like filling.


SBelgium, well enough that Rooms
thought it would do well in the United
States, he said.
But first, as an immigrant to the
United States, they needed $100,000
for an E-2 visa, an investor's visa.
". We had our own business, but it's
not the same here as in Belgium,"
Schneider said.


After working and saving their
money, they packed up their two chil-
dren Stephanie, 10, and Tom, 13 -
put all their furniture and chocolate-
making equipment into a shipping
container and flew to Orlando:.
Once they arrived, they rented a car
and drove to Homosassa to move into
the house in Sugarmill Woods that


they rented through the Internet.
They had never been to Citrus County
before then, but they had hope that it
would be a good place to raise their
family and grow their business.
"Two reasons why we are in Citrus
County," Rooms said. "We like it, and
my son has muscular dystrophy and
the warm weather is very good for
him here."
Rooms had come to Florida years
before with his grandmother for the
opening of Disney World. Then, after
he and Schneider married, they
began coming to Florida on vacation
at least once or twice a year.
They chose Citrus County because
they liked what they read about the
arda on the Internet and wanted good
schools for their children.
Years ago-they bought a house in-
Orlando, which they sold in 2002, and
had gotten Florida driver's licenses,
pre-9/11, which turned out to be
serendipitous. Otherwise, Rooms
said, without U.S. Social Security,
numbers, they might not have been
able to open bank accounts and apply
for business licenses.
Everything was falling into' place
for the couple: A woman at SunTrust
bank referred them to SCORE, where
they met Ralph Russo, who counseled
them about starting their business.
Next, Rooms learned that he could
not make the chocolate in his home,
but needed a separate facility. So, he
Please see SWEET/Page 6D


World Challenge benefits county mostly in the long run


MIKE WRIGHT.
mwright@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Citrus County spent $50,000
luring Challenger World to host
'the World Team Challenge in
December.
And the economic benefits
;will likely come in more of a
,trickle effect than an immedi-
ate boon.
: World Team Challenge pitted
teams of executives from cor-
'porations, across the United
States and Europe. Conducted
;mostly in rural, out-of-the way


locations, .competitors used
brawn, brains and teamwork to
successfully complete five
stages of competition.
The 250 com-
petitors from
50 teams,: plus. ON TF
two-dozen E To read ab
staffers, VIPs Team Chal
and TV crews County anc
stayed at the of the ever
Plantation Inn www.challe
& Golf Resort in
Crystal River
A report from Challenger
World estimated that its direct
cost in Citrus County was


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$250,00.0. While the Plantation
resort likely reaped most of
that benefit; the organization
also leased vehicles, hired
about 60 local
marshals and
IE NET contracted
iut the World with ,emer-
enge in Citrus g e n c y
view photos providers.
:, go to When all is
igerworld.com. said and
d o n e ,
Challenger
World estimated the direct eco-
nomic impact in Citrus County
was $576,000. That figure


includes the direct cost plus
about $200,000 in media expo-
sure, according to the report.
Challenger World also esti-
mated about $10,000 spent by
competitors locally for food
and drink, and $15,000 spent by
competitors who stayed an
extra day after the challenge
was done.
. Mary Craven, Citrus County's
tourism development manager,
said the Tourist Development
Council's plan was never to
reap a financial harvest while
competitors were in town.
Rather, she said, it's the long-


term impacts that come from
the challenge's broadcast on
the Outdoor Life Network.
(The one-hour challenge aired
Saturday and will air again
from 5 to 6 p.m. Feb. 22. Check
your cable provider for the sta-
tion.)
"The TDC and visitor's
bureau entered into this as a
marketing venture," she said.
"We'll be able to measure suc-
cess in the number of phone
calls, e-mails and Web site visi-
tors who come to us as a result
Please see CHALLENGE/Page 6D


Affordable housing is key to economic well-being


unique phenomenon is occur- County (Tampa) stated its problem with
ring along Florida's West coast affordable housing and the impact it is
affordable housing is dimin- having on recruiting and retaining busi-
ishing along the waterfront counties. nesses in the area.
Beginning in Monroe County, or more In a recent study, Tampa ranked fifth,
specifically the Keys, and l . below its four major com-
,continuing with the counties .' petitors in terms of afford-
bordering the Gulf of Mexico, able housing, thus creating a
Florida's housing makeup is ,' significant competitive dis-
:rapidly changing. Speci- 1. advantage for the area.
fically, building has increased Many of the counties from
:and land prices have escalat- ,. Monroe up to Hillsborough
ed dramatically during the are recruiting workers from
past five years. The impact of neighboring interior coun-
these increasing values ties to meet their employ-
makes it more difficult for Brett Wattles ment needs.
lower-income families to find CITRUS For many years, Disney
affordable housing to rent or CITRUS World (an interior location)
own. This ever-growing prob- COUNTY EDC has recruited from sur-
lem has far-reaching impacts rounding counties. In some
on the local economies of these coun- cases, free transportation is provided
ties. for incoming workers.
In early January, Hillsborough Citrus County also identified a signif-


icantly changing marketplace for
affordable housing when it determined
we now need to consider an increase in
the price of affordable housing here.
It is now thought the maximum price
of a home will need to move from
$132,000 to $155,000 in order to match
our local market.
It seems we are not far from Tampa
as we experience rapidly rising proper-
ty values.
The impact on Citrus County may be
even greater since the economy here is
so strongly linked to service and retail.
Typically, these are lower-paying jobs
as compared to primary employers.
Thankfully, we have time to address
the problem before it becomes unman-
ageable.
It is important for accessible land to
be designated for affordable housing
development, and for all potential
grants to be explored to develop homes


and rental properties to meet our grow-
ing needs. This may require public sup-
port or a unique blend of public/private
investment to make the ventures) suc-
cessful.
The very growth in property values
could partially help pay for the impact
it creates.
Too often it is forgotten that popula-
tion growth creates the need for more
services, retail establishments, roads
and all that is necessary to support
more people living in the area.
It also results in the basic premise of
value supply and demand. There is
only so much land in Florida, and lots
of people want it


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


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wisely

S mall business owners
are frequently faced
with the dilemma of
hiring full-time employees
or using independent con-
tractors. Generally, the least
costly approach is to con-
tract with "independent con-
tractors" and avoid required
employee withholding taxes,
Social Security-and numer-
ous other benefits. Small
business owners often favor
the independent contractor
to save money and reduce
paperwork
Many such arrangements,
however, will not withstand
the scrutiny of the IRS and
state requirements. Later
claims of declaring employ-
ee status could challenge
your independent contrac-
tor arrangements, resulting
in costly penalties and
expenses.
Deciding who can legiti-
mately work as an independ-
ent contractor or an employ-
ee has become a difficult
matter for small business
owners. Your decision must
be based on IRS and equiva-
lent state agency rules and
regulations. The rules are
strict about worker classifi-
cation issues.
Be mindful that independ-
ent contractors work for.
themselves, own and oper-
ate their own businesses.
You are the client and not
their employer. You cannot
dictate their hours or con-
Please see SCORE/Page 6D










CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE'


STOCKS


2D sUNDAY, .JANUARY 29, 2oo6


MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE)
Name Vol (00) Last Wkly
Lucent 3132220 2.75 +.20
GenBec 2278658 32.95 -.42
iShJapan 1956347 14.14 +.93
FordM 1945742 8.65 +.85
Pfizer 1857168 25.99 +1.28

GAINERS ($2 OR MORE) ."
Name Last Chg %Wkly
AK Steel 1 11.16 +3.42 +44.2
EagMatB 162,75 +49.13 +43.2
EagleMati 163.51 +45.87 +39.0
INCO wt .24.63 +6.07 +32.7
BOCADS 52.35 +11.05 +26.8

LOSERS (52 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
AIPC If 3.43 -3.05 -47.1
CottCp 11.50 -2.20 .-16.1
McAfee 22.74 -4.18 -15.5
Repsol 26.65 -3.91 -12.8
FstRepB s 36.80 -5.23 -12.4

DIARY
Advanced 2,571
Declined 981
New Highs 671
New Lows 96
Total issues 3,605
Unchanged -53
Volume 13,668,898,513


MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE)
Name Vol (00) Last Wkly
SPDR 3312093 128.54 +2.57
iShRs2000 s1667092 72.77 '+2.58
SPEngy 1281118 56.65 +.24
SemiHTr 1172447 38.23 +.85
OilSvHT 637794 152.89 +1.14

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WIssXces n 6.65 +1.64 +32.7
Immtech 9.28 +2.25 +32.0
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Hemispx 2.36 -.51 -17.8
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IaxCorp 25.98 -4.95 -16.0
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MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE)
Name Vol (00) Last Wkly
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Nasd100Tr5029993 42.11 +.8&.
Microsoft 3713552 27.79 +1.3A
.SunMicro 3455693 4.29 -.1)
Oracle 3031933 12.41 +.12

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Name Last Chg %Wkly
ChinaNRes 13.17 +9.59+267.)
ImperlSgrwt 2.25 +1.50+200.:,
ChinaTDev 3.80 +1.62 +74.3
WheelPit 14.98 +5.99 +66.-.
Tweeter 8.49 +3.25 +62-)

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Datawatch 3.77 -1.61-29.
Curis 2.82 -1.02 -26.,.
Intgph 37.32 -11.40 -23.4
EmisTch 5.11 -1.39 -21.4
TakeTwos 14.69 -3.85 -20.1


Advanced
Declined
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Total issues
Unchanged
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DIARY
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48.i
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Here are the 4-00 most acive stocks on the New York Stock Exchange. the 325 most
aciive on the Nasdaq National Market and 50 most active on Ihe Amencan Stock
Exchange. Mutual funds are 800 largest.
52 wk Hi/Lo: High and low price over the past 52 weeks.
Name. Stocks are listed alphabetically by the company's lull name (nol its abbrevia-
lion). Company names made up of initials appear at the beginning ol each lelter's list
Div: Current annual dividend rate paid on stock.
PE. Price to earnings ratho.
PPE: Projected price to earnings rato based on analysts' forcasts of earnings for next
12 months
Last: Price stock was trading at when exchange closed tar the week
YTD % Chg: Loss or gain lor the year. No'change indicated by unc
Chig: Loss or gain for last day atof week. No change mindi&ated by unc.


Slock Footnotes: cc PE grealeit trai 99 cla I:,.:uE i;. Dben caliid lor -ed'.mprion ry company a Nw
52 eaek low ad Los1 in lasi 12moa ec. Company formerly hiteaor, ctri.sAmnrican Ex.:hange 3 Emrnigirng
Company MaruKeTplace. g Diiderds ana earnings r, Canadian dollars r, leimpe-aiy simpti om iNasa-q
capital ana surplus i.ing qualficaicn. n n S k wa. a raw na i u in in& lasi yvar Tr-e 52-weekh nigh and li0
f.gure. ate onty from ,1n Deginninm4 itradrng pi, Pirerb.'rd ai.,:i .- u pr Fralaer..aea pp Howeir oue
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L.uldatirg aividena e Aoriunr.r declared or paid r 1- 131 I2 Timonhs I Coneni anrnu3 raise rnicrh ,a:
,ncraae'd y rrosal 'ecnt advidend anrnoun.'Ter,. Sum 01l aiderdS pA3J ae eiAOb t.:pih.l nu regular rate.
S-* Sum ol alviUdndi paid this year Mostui recent idend was omnitea or deterre-o Doa.iaied c, psaa Lr,.
eaar, a cumuiarne s5 eu wh1 av,,oerrs in arrears |T| Curreni.annual rare. vhlw:an swa dec:rea-ea De' mrntI
recent aviderand announcement p Ininial a.vdeord annual rale not knowfi, V.cild norl ih-,n Fi Declared or
pa.d -n pre.:acir.g l2moninr, piuislock d.vidend. Pad in siock. apic.Oiniale C a.r. value .:.n ,.-d.ilribulhOr,
dale Source:The Associaten Press. Sales lIguies are unofficial.


Wkly YTD
Name Div PE Yid Last Chg %Chg


AT&T Inc 1.33
AmSouth 1.04
BkofAm 2.00
BellSouth 1:16
CapCtyBk s .65
Citigrp 1.96
Disney .27
EKoddak .50
ExxonMbl 1.28
FPLGps 1.42
FlaRock s .60
FordM .40
GenElec 1.00
GnMotr 2.00
HomeDp .60
Intel .40
IBM .80'


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Microsoft
Motorola
Penney
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65.11
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Dailyast hg y Wkly YTD
Last .Net Chg Net:Chg % Chg % Chg


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4,317.19 334836- Dow JonesTransportation 4,309.71 +151.23 +3.641 +2.71 +21.54
438.74 Qi7 -3 Dow Jones Utilites 416.07 .-5.24 -1.24 +2.71. +22.53
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8.45 7.89 ACMInco -.66 q ... 8.39 +.06 +1.3.
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49.65 35.50 AFLAC .44 16 16 47.50 +.33 +2.3
39.32 32.23 AGL Res 1.48f 15 14 36.25 +.62 +4.1
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38.15 26.76 AMLIRs 1.92 15 ... 37.88 +.08 -0.4
23.53 7.83 AMR ... dd 17 20.18 +1.42 -9.2
64.77 33.26 ASA Ltd .90e q ... '64.63 +1.83 +17.5
25.66 21.75 AT&T Incl 1.33f 23 13 25.89 +1.18 +5.7
'4, 1 s AT&T20411.75 ..... 25.35 +.11 +1.1
: -AXA. .79e 34.15 +2.68 +5.6
50.00 37.50 AbtLab 1.10 20 16 43.00 +2.65 +9.1
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40.64 14.08 AMD ....100 29 39.85 +4.15 +30.2
9.30 6.72 Ahold ...... 7.68 -.04 +2.0
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26.51 19.26 Albertsn .76 20 21 25.27 +1.16 +18.4
32.29 22.28 Alcoa .60 22 16 31.30 +2.50 +5.9
49.09 19.21 AllegTch .401 14 18 51:74 +10.86 +43.4
51.70 39.30 Alletle 1.45f cc 18 45.17 +.03 +?77
63.95 41.18 AlliCap 2.80e 21 18- 62.27 +2.27 ;F..'
12.92 11.31 AIIWrld2, .89 q ... 12.79 -.01 *.'
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33.26 9.39 Alpharma .18 dd 25 32.73. +1.27 +14.8
78.68 61.34 Altria 3.20 15 14 74.73 -.11 unc
56.77 47.51 Ameren 2.54 16 16 51.32 -.63 +0.2
34.96 16.05 AMovilLs .63i 22 34.26 +2.21 +17.1
40.80 32.25 AEP 1.48 13 14 37.35 .-.02 +0:7
54.00 43.34 AmExp .48b 18 18 53.30 +1.90 +3.6
73.80 49.91 AmlnlGplf.60 16 12 66.65 -.06 -2.3
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50.10 40.15 Anheusr 1,08 17 17 41:85 +.53 -2.6
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4.24 2.90 Aquila dd ... 3.69 +.08 +2.5
87.96 33.84 ArchCoal .32 cc 19 83.35 -2.58 +4.8
28.60 171.55 ArchDah .34 20 17 28.87 +1.35 +17.1
67.61 50.45 Ashlandnl.10 2 19 465.90 +2.37 +13.8.
10.47 8.52 .AsdEstat .68 80 21 10.35 +.05 +14.5
29.97 25.00 ATMOS 1.261 15 14 26.34 -.11 +0.7
15.97 7.76' Avaya 5.... 17 10.49 -.90 -1.7
36.98 21.04 Aviall ... 22 17 32.49 +1.63 +12.8
45.66 24.33 Avon -.70f 14 19 29.07 +.41 +1.8
39.29 23.46 BHPBillU.56e ...39.47 +2.89 +18.1
42.85 22.10- BJSvcss .20 26- 18 40.50 -.77 +10.4
25.00 20.70 BRT .2.08f 12 ... 25,25 +1.13 +5.9
76.54 41.75 BakrHu .52 32 22 74.43 +.52 +22.5
46.45 35.06 BallCp .40 17 13 40.25- -.18 +1.3
47.44 41.13 BkofAm 2.00 11 10 44.80 +.61 -2.9
33.79 26.93 BkNY ;:4 .16 14 31.59 +.33 -0.8
52.50 39.25 Banta .72 14 16 50.87 +1.70 +2.1
30.57 21.07 BarrickG .22 43 30 29.95 -.05 +7.5
87.89 65.52 BauschLIf .52 26 16 69.18 -2.02 +1.9
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71.48 43.96 ConocPhlls1.24 7 7 65.08 +.43
49.29 41.10 ConEd 2.30f 16 16 47.29 +.56
18.67 12.57 Cnvrgys .. 20 15 17.14 +1.47
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03 .1 41 v, DTE 2.06 27 11 42.48 -.89
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4119 25.78' Darden .40 21 18 41.03 +2.16
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1:5 39.63 DevonE .30 12 8 65.46 -:41
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22.80 16.94 DollarG .18 .16 13 16.99 -.24
86.97 67.37 DomRes 2.76f 26 13 75.26 -3.38
66.75 4b,18 DowChm 1.34 8 8 42,18 +.31
54.90 37.60 DuPont 1.48. 20 15 39.83 +.31
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34,99 22.34 EnPro ... 15 14 30.62 +,85
56.40 29.25 ENSCO .10 34 11 51.33 -3.01
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15.98 10.70 Eqtlyln .68 cc 43 16.00 +.85
59.90 42.26 Exelon" 1.60 43 17 :57.61 -.38
65.96 50.91 ExxonMbll.28f 12 11 61.29 +.76
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66.50 41.34 FannieM If1.04 10 10 57.90 +4.95
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22.49 20.13 Ferrellgs 2.00 17 25 21.71 +.11
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46.70 36.50 FirstData .24. 22 18 45.00 +3.19
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37.34 32.65. GenElec 1,00f 21 16 32.95 -.42
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138.36 94.75 GoldmanS1.00 12 12 138.94 +7.50
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3.90 Opsware ... dd .. 7.05
12.48 oplXprs .16 37 28 29.04
11.25 Oracle ... 23 14 12.41
35.30 Orthfx ... 10 17 42.28
24.02 OtlerTall 1.12 14 17 30.64


6.20
10.76
20.33
20.75
12.31
4.73
18.45
28.60
22.24
40.80
10.02
13.97
15.59
6.64
7.05
15.76
5.97
28.20


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PSS Wrld
PacSunwr
Palm Inc
PanASIv
ParmTc
PattUTI
Paychex
PelDev
Pixars
Plexus
Polycom
PortlPlay
Powrwav
Prestek
ProgPh
QLT
Qlogic


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... ,15 13
... 7 21
.. 92 81
...25 15
'.16 22 11
.64 33 28
. ... 14
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chg. %chg
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+.78 +15.2
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.1543 -.6
+1.87 '+26.8
+2.90 +26.5
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+.57 +23.3
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.1*' l *Il
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-.67 -9.7
.-.57 -6.0
+.38 -5.4
+.96 +6.9
+.42, -1.5.
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+.69 -2.6
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+8.23 +25.9
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+1;01 -3.0
-.81, +7.6
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-.21 +7.0
-.36 +12.6
-.367 -2,8
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-1.43 +8.2
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+.03 +11.6
-.72 -5.5
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52-Wk'
HI. Low Name Div PEPPE Last


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7.45 G :" 3 l: M.1:, 7 ;. 6P *" ?6
36:15 15 "" I .,'tu: .... "' -:,.,' *'I n
9.08 :.: Rf.llr ..r cc 9 8.34 +.21 +7.5
31.05 lo : .idht ... 83 68 28.26 -.33 +3.7
15,33 .4.82 Redback ... dd 67 16.15 +1.92 +14.9
22.12 5.52 Rdiff.cm ......... 19.78 +4.99 +9,5
14.07 A11.30 RepBcp .44b 14 13 12.22 +.14 +2.7
84.55 51.00 RschMotn ... 36, 20 65.76 -.86 '-0.4
31.37 22.34 RossStrs .24 24 17 29,30 +.24 +1.4
S-T-U
45.73' "8 6 f'B Ir.l ... 14 13 21.91 +2.71 +36,9
79.80 :" ia'e ... 32 26 63.38 -5.01 +0.9
7.42 3.45 Sanmina ... dd 12 4.05 -.46 -4.9
8.96 5.00 Sapient .. 37 20 6.68 +.40 +17.4
16.25 9.65 Schwab .10 27 19 14.87 +.38 +1.4
163.50 84.51 SaarsHldgs ... 28 16 123.19 +2.49 +6.6
59.28 41.75 SelctinL .8f 12 13 57.10 +1.66 +7.5
21.06 13.69 Semlech ... 35 25 19.06 +1.26 +4.4
66.55 48.44 Seprdcor ... dd 36 49.52 -1.13 -4.0
42.24 14.80 Shanda .. ...14 16.15 +.26 +6.0
34.90 9.92 SiRFTch ... 27 40 33.74 +5.03 +13.2
10.67 8.10 SlebelSys .10 97 38 10.63 +.03 +0.6
12.35 3.81 Sify ... d 83 10.05 +.90 -6.6
51,75 24.62 SlIcnLab ... 61 41 52,20 +12.28 +42.4
16.32 8.75 SilicnMotn ......... 15.50 +1.30 +29.2
6.13 2.52 SST ... dd 27 4.81 -.03 -5.1
7,88 3.07 Slcnwar .12r .. 11 7.71 +1.02 +11.1
34.25 20.18 Sinas ... '28 20 22.98 '+.74 -4.9
7.27 2.15 Srenza ... cc 24 6.67 +1.27 +44.7
7.98 4,36 SiriuoS ... dd ... 85.7 -.43 -12.4
8.50 4.64 SkywkSol ... 53 18 5.33 -.20 +4.7
17.14 9.06 SmuSlna ,.. dd 43 12.95 .30 -8.6
6.43 3.16 $onus ... 92 36 4.58 -.19 +23.1
18.19 13.00 SouMoBc .36 cc .. 14.49 -.27 -1.4'
24.14 18,64 Staples s .17 22 19 23.64 +1,63 +4.1
32.46 22.29 Starbuckss ... 52 44 31.95 +1.064 +6.5
8.16 5.30 STATS Chp... dd 23 7.09 +73 +4.3
46.40 25.04 SIlDyna O40 10 11 44.95 +.089 +26.6
5.00 3.42 SunMIcro .., dd 4.29 -.19 +2.4
38.04 24713 SunPowern ... ... 0 .' 35.91 +2.06 +5.6
27.30' 1'.92 SusqBnc .96f 14 14 .24,44 +.08 +3.2
26.19 16.25 SwitTmR ... 17 14 22.74 +.09 +12.0
5.05 3.18 Sycamore ... 'dd 36 4.88 +.11 +13.0
24,38 16.32 Symantec ..: 40 15 17.97 -.64. +2.7
12.00 6.5 6 Symelrc ... 32 20 9.83 +1.04 +16.1
41.19 15.03 Synaplics ..,. 24 29 28.33 +3.07 +14.6
11.86 7.586 Synovis ... cc ... 10.15 +.05 +1.2
20.31, 7.63 TDAmeritr6.00e 25 20 20.17 +.66 +9.1
29.60 16.92 TakeTwos .., 28 18 14.69 -3.85 -17.0
18.34 5.31 TASER ... cc 64 9.66 +1.48 +38.8 ,
43.56 33.04 TechData ... 45 16 41.63 +1.34 +5.1.
1.68 .50 Tegal .. dd ... .61 +.02 +7.2
21.15 11.77 Tekelec .. 33 20 16.02 +1.36 +15.3
23.95 15.95 TelwestGI ..... 23 23.26 -.35 -2.4
12.980 6.56 Tellabs ... 33 22 12.55 +1.64 +15.1
45.91 26.78 TevaPhrm.27e 25 ... 41.30 -1.15 -4.0
4,74.' 2.96 3Com .. dd ... 4.37 -.12 +21.4
11.99 5.60 TibcoSf ... 28 24 7.67 +.19 +2.7
26.65 7.90 TUidMicsa ... d 38 26.36 +4.76 +46.4
44.55 26.64 TrmbleN ... 27 23 39.89 +4.15 +12A.
5,10 2.88 TdrQuint ... dd 57 4.93 +.57 +10.8
13.66 10.73 TrstNY .641 16 15 12.64 +.18 +1.8
30.80 24.00 Terusmk .841 1 14 29.04 +.97 +5.7
9.80 2.76 247RealM ... dd 25. 8.67 -.79 +18.1
16.56 5.19 UTStrcm ... dd .. 7.17 -.34 -11.0
8.07 2.64 USEnr ... dd .. 5.84 +.30 +33.3'
61.69 37.03 UnlvFor .111 18 15 57.95 +3.57 +4.9
33.77 18.93 UrbanOuts ... 37 27 2 87 2.10 +1.52 +11.0
V.W-X-Y-Z
20.98 9.01' ValueClck .. 39 31 18.90 +.11 +4.4
53.15 31.73 VarlanS ... 26 23 50.69 +2.54 +15.4
33,36 19.01 Verign ... 24 19 22,55 +.74 +3.0
35.69 80.61 VetxPh ... dd .. 35.95 +1.5 +29.94
3.50 1.50 Vilesse ..dd ... 2.69 +.49 +40.1
7.04 1.97 WetSeal ... dd 16 5.50 +1.16 +23.9
79.90 44.14 WholeFds.60a 72 48 73.00 +.41 -5.7
17.,8 11,04 WIndRvr .. 64 28 13.39 -1.02 -9.3
37.31 26.16 XMSal ... dd 27.47 -.07 +0.7
32.30 21.25 Xilinx .28' 33 23 28.83 +1.44 +14.4
64.47 38.81 YRCWwde ,.. 10 8 49.84 +2.65 +11.7
43.66 30.30 Yahoo ,.. 27 64 35.09 +1.35 -10.4
3.81 1.80 ZhoneTch ... dd 29 2.10 +.03 -0.9


YTD 52-Wk
chg 4cr.g H. Low Name. DivPEPPE Last


. 6' 5.60 AbdAsPac .42 q
:i- 1.92 Abraxas ... 10
.':.. 15.00 AdmRsc .37f 9
o.1u 32:2 .O[l .h-I ... 15
4.81' 1 5.,,,'. ...1 dd
3.70 1.71 AlphaPro .. 24
7.68 1.75 AmOrBion ......
19.65 11.51 ApexSilv ... dd
4.00 2.20 BPIIndgn ...
3.85 1.70 BemaGold ... dd
212.25131.03 BiotechT .05e q
8.50 1.40 BirchMtgn ......
3.23 1.51 Cambior g. ......
19.94 15.00 CarverBcp .32. 14
7.75 5.10 CFCdag .01 q
12.85 8.65 ComSys .321 22
4.25 1.01 Grystallxg ... ...
16.59 2.76 DHBInds .. dd
110.4699.89 DJIlADiam2.26e.q
3,90 1.03 DesertSng ... ..
13.48 1.94 ENGlobal : 61
17.11 14.65 EVInMu2 .81 q
5.68 2.02 EldorGIdg ... dd
8.24 6.05 Elswth .31 e q
16.50 3.60 EmpireRs,20a 15
14.60 12.42 FTrVLDv .43a q


.. 6.23
13 6.45
..: 24.80
... 7.31
4.80
... 2.64
5.25
... 15.78
... 3.45
3.84
... 194.75
.. 7.57
23' -3.20
... 15.31
.. 7.48
... 11.58
... 2.79
11 5.00
... 109.11
26 4.10
35 12.11
.. 14.89
61 4.88
7.94
... 17.92
.. 14.42


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


Argent Peso .3275 .3275
Australia Dollar .7508 .7525
Brazil Real .4512 .4486
Britaln Pound 1.7678, 1.7802
Canada Dollar .8707 .8694
Chile Peso .001898 .001889
China Yuan .1241 .1240
Colombia Peso .000441 .000440
Czech Rep Koruna .0428 .0429
Denmark Krone .1621 .1637
Dominican Rep Peso .0289 .0290
Egypt Pound' .1747 .1747
Euro Euro 1.2105 1.2209
Hong Kong Dollar .1289 .1289
Hungary ForinI .0048 .0049
India Rupee .0227 .0227
Indnsia Ruplah .000106 .000106
Israel Shekel .2164 .2164
Japan Yen .008527 .008596
Jordan Dinar 1.4114 1.4114
Kuwait -Dinar 3.4247 3.4235
Lebanon Pound .000668 .000666
Malaysia Ringglt .2667 .2670
Mexico Peso .095730 .095320
N. Zealand Dollar .6807 .6844
Norway Krone .1498 .1514
Pakistan Rupee .0167 .0167
Peru New Sol .3016 .3015
Philpins Peso .0191 .0191
Poland Zloty .3175 .3195
Russia Ruble .0354 .0354
SDR SDR 1.44899 1.45437
Saudi Arab Riyal .2666 .2667
Singapore Dollar .6148 .6146
Slovak Rep Koruna .0324 .0327
So. Africa Rand .1636 .1643
,So. Korea Won .001029 .001032
Sweden Krona .1309 .1322
Switzerlnd Franc .7795 .7876
Taiwan Dollar .0313 .0313
Thailand Baht .02564 ..02568
U.A.E. Dlrham .2723 .2723
Uruguay NewPeso .0414 .0404
Venzuel Bolivar .000466 .000466


YTD. 52-Wk
chg %chg HI Low Name Div PEPPE.Last
+.09 +7.4 16.84 11.45 FlaPUtils .41 17 ... 13.63
unc +22.2 3.98 .1:85 FronlrDgn ......... 3.74
+1.30 +8.6 7.95 2.85 GascoEngy ...... 64 7,05
+.06 +18,9 14.92 '.85 GeoGlobal .......... 10.66
+.40 +46.3 4.49 1.14 GlobeTeln ......... 3.20
+.25 +13.3 4.08 2.10 GoldStrg ... ... 41 3.26
-.13 +19.0 8.93 5.05 GreyWof ... 21 11 8.59
+.47 -0.8 6.99 1.05 HomeSol ...' 26, 11 4.86
+.10 +8.8 3.50 .80 Hyperdynn ... dd ... 3.11
+.30 +32.0 3.08 1.05 1-Traxh ... dd ... 2.90
-1.03 -3.0 23:25 16.26 iShCanada.15e q ... 23.44
-.03 +5.6 21.72 17.07 iShGerm .12e q ... 21.78
+.24 +14.7 39.24 22.58 iShMexico.48e q ... 38.85
+.15 -0.6 99.68 64.34 iShEmMkt s.99e q ... 100.59
+.27 +9.8 97.00 87.53 iSh20TB4.18e q ... 90.51
+.33 -5.7 62.88 51.12 iShEAFEsl1.lle q .. 62.75
-.15 +29.2 81.84 62.30 iShNqBio ... q ... 80.01
+.05 +11.9 71.87 63.41 iShR1000V1.70e q ... 71.91
+2.64 +2.0 53.13 45.32. iShR1O00G.45e q ... 52.14
+.41 +66.0 71.22 57.20 iShR2000Vs1.16eq ... 71.42
+.78 +44.2 76.0 5 57.64 iShR2000G.33e q ... 76.46
-.11 -12.4 72.45 56.55 iShRs2000s.88e q ... 72.77
+.30 -0.4 4.52 1.96 ntlgSys ... dd ... 2.55
unc +1.8 70.85 50.98 IntnIHTr .84e q ... 63.38
+4.44 +64.6 32.49 14.18 IvaxCorp ... 36 ... 25.98
+.03 +3.7 20.51 10.32 KFXInc' .. dd ... 19.49


YTD
chg %chg
-.06 -0.1
.+.75 +19.5
-.,22 +8.0
-e0 -16.5
.3 -13.0
+.20 +23.5
-.08 +11.1-
-.16 +8.5
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-1.87 -1.5
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+.74 +2.2
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+2.58 +9.1
+.08 +19.2
+.50 -3.7
-4.95 -17.1
+.60 +13.7


- 0--I-- M

MONEYSpot Metals


Spot Metals

NEW YORK (AP)_ Spot nonlerrous metal prices Friday.
Aluminum -112.9 cents per lb., London MetalExch. Fri.
Copper 230.00 cents Cathode ful plate, 0.S. destnations.
Copper 229.65 cents per lb., N.Y. Mere spotFri.
Lead $1297.00 per metric Ion, London Metal Exch.
Zinc-108,54 cents lb., delivered.
Gold $561.75 Handy & Harman (only daily quote).
Gold $558.70 troy oz., NY Mere spot Fri.
Silver $9.650 Handy & Harman (only daily quote).
Silver $9.566 troy oz., N.Y. Mere spot Fri.
Mercury -$700.00 per 761 b flask, N.Y.
Platinum -$1061,0troyoz., N.Y. (contract).
Plainum $1066.70 troy oz., N.Y. Marc spot Fri.
n.q.-not quoted, n.a.-notavailable r-revised


.Money Rates

Prime Rate
Discount Rate Primary
Fed Funds close 4.,
T-Bills:
3-month disc 4
6-month disc
T-BiII, annualized, adjusted taor
constant maturity:
1-year
T-Notes:
I-year .
2-year
5-year
Il-year
T-Bond:
30-year
Libor:
3-month
6-month
FHLB Cost of Funds, 11th District:
Eff. Dec. 31 3
FNMA 30-year mortgage commitment:
30-days
Money market fund:
Merrill Lynch Ready Assets:
30-dayavg yld:


Today Prev.
7.25 7.25
5.25 5.25
4375 4.1875

4.35 .4.26
4.40 4.32


3.62 3.60


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MUTUAL


SUNDAY. JANUARY 29, 2006 3D


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12-mo. 12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn Name NAV chg %rtn


AARP Invst 7
CapGr r 48.66 +.72 +15.1
GNMAx 14.84 -.12 +2.6
Global 32.88 +1.33 +36.3
Grwinc 22.23 +.36 +10.9
IN 53.76 +1.88 +26.8
MgdMunl n 9.14 -.03 +3.7
PalwayCnsv 12.06 +.11 +7.8
PathwyGro 14.01 +.24 +11.9
ShtTermBdx 9.93 -.04 +1.9
SmCoStk n 24.32 +.85 +16.3
ABN AMRO Funds:
GrwthN 22.61 +.29 +7.5
M&CGroN 24.55 +.14 +11.3
AIM Investments A:
SAgrsvp 11.62 +.29 +15.3
BsalCBop =12.56 v.20 +9.3
BastcValAp 35.51 +.83 +12.5
BIChIpAp 12.48 +.27 +10.1
Capwevp 18.78 +.48 +20.5
Chadrp 13.79 +.22 +11.5
Conslo p 25.85 +.55 +17.3
SHYldAp 4.39' +.02 +3.9
SIntlGrow 25.19 +.86 +28.7
MdCpCrEqp 29.75 +.44 +14.9
MuBp 8,07 -.03 +3.0
PremEqty 10.77 +.20 +12.2
RealEst p 29.79 +.84 +32.5
SelEqtyr 19.25 +.46 +12.8
SmCpGrAp 29.40 +1.01 +20.6
WeingAp 14.59 +.31 +15.3
AIM Investments B:
BaslcValBt 33.28 +.78 +11.7
CapDevB t 17.22 +.44 .+19.7
PremEqty 9.91 +.17 +11.2
AIM Investor CI:
DivmsDividp 12.75: +.25 NS
Dynamo 140 +.53 +20.8
S Energy 45.38 -.01 +65.8
B GblHltCrp 31.23 +.:1 NS
SmCoGrl p 14.31 +.63 +19.6
SummhP p 12.65 +.32 +19.6
SUltA3es .14.36 -.03 +22.6
T AMF Funds: i
SUltShrMtg 29.68 -.01 +2.1
AcadEmpnt 28.65 +1.54 +57.0
Advance Capital I:
Balanced p 18.35 +.20 +9.6
Retlnc2n 9.82 -.05 +1.9
Alger American:
Growth t 40.83 +:64 +21.7
SAlger Funds B:
S'SmCapGrt 25.45 +.19 +31.0
Alger Funds Inst:
SMIdCpGr 17.76 +.36 2 +1.9
AllanceBem A:
AmGvlncA 7.73 -.03 +10.1
BalanAp 16.91 +.20 +7.0
GCbnrechAp 63.42 +2.25 +19.7
SGrolncAp 3.94 +.07 +7.9
GrowthA p 39.27 +.93 +22.0
l n5ValAp 19.13 +.79 +26.7
SLgCapGrAp 21.65 +.40 +25.5
SSmoCapGrA .26.80 +.96 +19.6
SAllanceBem Adv:
SLgCapGrAdv 22.37 +.41. +25.9
AlllanceBemn B:
AmGvlncB 7.73 -.02 +9.3
CcrpBdBp 11.91 -.04 +0.1
GIblTechBt 57.03 +2.01 +18.7
GrIncB p 3.87 +.07 -
GrowthB t 27.14 +.64 1' "
LgCpGrBt 19.46 +.35 +1-.lu
SmCpGrBIt 22.47 '+.80 +18.6
USGoItBsp 6.91 -.04 +1.0
AlllanceBem C:
SmCapGrCt 22.53 +.80 +18.7
Allianz Funds A:
SmCpVPA 30.76 +.75 +21.0
RenaisA 22.01 +.34 +5.0
Allianz Funds B:
RenalsB 20.28 +.31 +4.2
Allianz Funds C:
RenaisC t 20.13 +.31 +4.3
SGwthCt 19.56 +.54 +14.7
STargetC 17.98 +.59 +17.8
Amer Beacon AMR:
LgCapAmr 21.13 +.37 +15.8
Amer Beacon Inst:
lInlEqlns 21.91 +.68 +19.4
SmCaplnst 21.60 +.63 +17.0
Amer Beacon Plan:
SmCpPlan 21.20 +.62 +16.8
Amer Century Adv:
SEqGro p 24.11 +.47 +1.3.8
nqtylnc np 8.00 +.11 +6.8
Amer Century Ins:
Ultra 30.82 +.50 +7.9
Amer Century Inv:
Balanced n 16.40 +.16 "+8.5
EqGrolnvn 5 24.13 +.47 +14.1
Eqlncpnr 8.00 +.11 +7.1
FLMuBnd n 10.67 -.04 +1.8
GNMAIEn. 10.26 -.06 +2.6
Glctn 20.10 +73 +34.3
Growthln 21.13 +.38 +11.5 '
Heritagel n 15,57 +.58 +34.5
lIncGrbn 31.30 +.63 +41.5
InltBnd 13.19 -.15 -5.1
SInDisc nr 15.88 +.71 +46.4
InlGroln 10.78 +.37 +124.1
,LgComVal 6.66 +.12 '+9.6
teScidn 5.46 +.07 +12.3
NewOpp nr 6.49 +.31 +24.8
OneChgAgg n 11.93 .++26 +15.7
R Reallstln 27.26 +.87 + 4.7
Select n 38.06 +.32 +3.8
SGovn 9.36 -.02 +1.7
,.o d p.' 10.22 +.27 +19.0
C' p-SIrMadm 1.:95 '+.162 -,i,
C' U-tUta'i. .50 -+.50, +--
1.' Util p 13 .0 +.401 +0
i Valuelnvn .i08 +.11 +-2
SV<"Vlsa 1713 '+.58' 6 .i
American Funds A:
AmcapFAp 19.67 +.36 +13.1
AmMutAp 26.98 +.49 +10.4
BalA p 10.17 +.23 +7.9
BonddAp. 13.24 -.05 +2.4
SCapWIdA p 18.71 -.12 -0.8
+ CaplnBcdAp 54.50 +.66 +10.0
S .CapWGrAp 38.13' +1.00 +2.8.
EupacA p 43.36 +1.41 +30.0
SFundlnvAp 37.58 +.96 +22.6
GovtAp 13.45 -.08 +1.9
PGwthFdAp 32.38 +.71 +23.6
HITrstAp 12.21 -+.04 +5.4
HilncMunAi 15.57 -.03 +4.6
lncoFdAp 18.57 +.23 +8.3
SIntdAp -. 13.43 -.05 +1.7
nyCoAAp 32.45 +.58 +13.4
LtdTEBdAp 15.25 '-.04 +1A
NwEconAp 24.41 +.75 .- i
NewPerA p 30.08 +.82 +20.8
NewWoddA 41.82 +1.13 +33.6
-- SmCpWAp 37.99 +1.31 +27.4
TaExptAp 12.45 -.04 +3.2
.TnExCAAp 16.6 -.06 +3.5
SWshMutAp 31.77 +.63 +9.6
American Funds B:- -
.AmcaB t 1 9.02 +.34 +12.2
'5 BalnBt 18.11 +.23 +6.3
"BondBt 13.24. -.05 +1.6
SCOplnBldst 04.50 +.66 +9.29
i CapWG4BI 37.95 +1.00 +20.9
.: Eurpact h 42.93 +1.38 +29.1
S, FundlnBtI 37.48. +.95 +21.6
,. GowthB 31.40 +.68 +22.6
IncomeBt 18.47 +.23 +7.5
S ICABt '32.30 +.56 +12,5
NewPerspl. 2965 +.80 +19.9
'WashBt. 31.58 .+.61 +8.8
AmedstckMF 39.34 +.76 +2.2
Ariel Mutual Fds:
Apprec 47.23 +.52 +8.9
S Arieln 52.24 +1.688 +9.6
o Artisan Funds:
8 Inti 26.87 +.95 +26,6
r InUSmCp r 21.55 +.73 +36.0
o MidCap 32.48 +.95 +19.0
MidCapVal 19.50 +.40 +23.7
1 SmlCap 18.82 +.69 +22.5
SmCapVal 18.54 +.52 +23.1
Baron Funds:,
Assetn 57.40 +.94 +17.7
I.+ Growth 47.67 +1.48 +12.8
SPartinrsp 19.13 +.53 +20.1
SmICap 24.66 +.97 +17.8
SBernstein Fds:
I[ntDur 13.16 -.06 +2.3
CaMu 14.17 -.04 +1.5
DivMun 14.01 -.04 +1.7
NYMun 13.84 -.04 +1.8
TxMgdIntlVI 25.54 +.92 +24.5
IntVaI2 25.45 +.89 +24.4
EmgMkts 39.46 +2.03 +47.4.
SBlackRock A:
AuroraA :: 35.93 +.84 +13.8
GIResA 73.76 +.50 +88.2
lHIYdInvA 7.91 +.02 +4.9
LegacyAp 14:94 +.26 +14.9
BlackRock Fds Birk:
CoreBIrk'l 9.51 -.05 +2.2
Bramwell Funds:
GrowthFd p 19.88 +.40 +13.3
Brandywine Fds:
BlueFd 30.93 +.33 +17.52
Brandywine n 32.72 +.70 +23.3
Bdnson FundsY:
HighYldY nx 7.00: +.01 +2.4
Buffalo Funds:
SmICap 27.22 +.98 +16.2.
CGM Funds:
CapDev n 31.43 +.55 +37.0
FocusFd 38.16 +1.97 +44.1
Muli n 30.01 +1.00 +23.9
Really n 29.44 +.65 +37.0
CRM Funds:
MIdCapVall 27.71 +.26 +13.8
Calameos Funds: '
.GrlncCt 32.54 +.91 '+164
GrtbhncAp 32.36 +.62 +17.3
GrowthAp 58.95 +1.64 +22.7
i GrowthBt 60.64 +1.68 +21.7
GrowthC t 56.25 +1.56 +21.8
Calvert Group:
Inco px 16.73 -.11 +3.1
InlEqAp 22.18 +.89 +20.0
SMuB6dCAlx 10.27 -.03 +1.0
Munlntx 10:70 -.05 +2.0


SocllA p. 29.04 +.24 +8.9
SocBd px 15.80 -.11 .+3.8
SocEqAL p 36.21 +.50 +10.3
TxFLtd nx 10.57 -.03 +2.4
TxFLng px 16.54 -.09 +3.6
TxFVTx 15.64 -.09 +1.8
Causeway Inti:
Institutional 17.38 +.40 +14.5
Investor r 17.30 +.39 +14.2
'CitiStreet Funds:
DivBond 11.70 -.06 .+2.0
LgCoStk 12.64 +.21 +13.2
Clipper 89.00 +1.01 +4.0
Cohen & Steers:
InsltRlty n 48.67 +1.55 +34.9
L .RltyShrs n 77.60 +2.50 +35.2
fL. Columbia Class A:
* Acormt 2926 +.79 +23.5
FocusEqAt 20.77 +.45 +18.1
IntlValueAt 23.52 +.68 +18.1
LgCapValuA 14.35 +.30 +16.0
MarsGroA t 19.28 +.39 +13.7
TxExAp 13.62 -.08 +3.6
Columbia Class B:
SAcorn I 28.23 +.76 +22.6
Columbia Class C: ,
AAormI 28.19 +.76 +22.5
STolRetBd Cl C 9.71 -.06 +1.9


Columbia Classez:


Aoom 7


29.90 +.81 +23.8


AcomlntlZ 36.33 +1.10 +31.7
AcomUSA 28.36 +.75 +21.7
ConHiYdZ 8.52 +.02 +.9
CoreBondZ 10.60 -.07 +1.5
FocusEqZt 21.10 +.46 +18.4
InlmBdZn 8.86 -.05 +2.2
InltmTEBdn 10.36 -.04 +2.0
IntEqZ 16.08 +.47 +24.3
InlStkZin .17.84 +.62 +23.4
IntlValZ 23.61 +.68 +18.3
IntmCorBdx 9.39 -.06 +1.4
LgCapCoreZ 13.25 +.27 +12.6
LgCapGrwth 22.66 +.50 +12.2
LgCapldxZ 24.85 +.44 +11.2
LgCapValZ 14.37 +.30 +15.3
MarsGrPrZ 19.56 +.39 +13.9
MarlnOppZr 14.41 +.50 +33.4
MidCapGr Z 25.74 +.99 +29.5
MjdCpldxZ 12.23 +28 +22.7
MdCpValp 14.64 +.36 +24.0
STIncoZ 9.77 -.02 +2.2
SmCpCoreZ 19.82 +.67 +18.4
SmICapldxZ n 22.30 +.75 +20.1
Columbia Funds:
ReEsEqZ 26.20 +.74 +23.5
CG Cap Mkt Fds:
InllEq 12.78 +.51 +26.2
LgGrw 13.62 +.26 +17.2
LgVain 11.59 .21 +13.8
Davis Funds A:
NYVeanA 34.50 +.39 +14.8
Davis Funds B:
NYVen B 33.07 +.37 +13.9
Davis Funds C &Y:
NWenY 34.89 +.40 +15.2
N mYVen C 33.29 +.38 +13.9
Delaware Invest A:
LgCapValA 1q.11 +.27 +6:4
TrandAp 23.94. +.952 +20.5
TxUSAp 11.51 -.04' +3.1
Delaware Invest B:
DelchB 3.27 +.01 +4.2
SeGrBIt 24.82 +.51 +24.2
'Da-Pooled Trust:
nlEq . 21.57 +.67 +20.9
Dimensional Fds:
EmgMktVal 26.02 +.89 +42.1
IntSmVa n 18.87' +.48 +28.3
TM USSm 24.87 +.89 +22.5
USLgGon 87.65 '+.66 +11.3 '.
USLgVaon 22.81 +.63 +19.5
USLgVa3 n 17.55 +.49 +19.7
USMicro. 16.07 : +.69 +21.3
US Smaln 21.18 +.79 +21.5
US SmVal 26.75 +1.19 +22,6
IntlSmCon 17.35 +-41 +27.2
EmgMkt n 22.62 +.82 +42.1
Fxd n 10.13 +.01 +2.5
InlVaon 19.18 +.74 +24.3
GLbSFxlnc 10.22 -.03 +1.7
LrgCplnt n 20.6 8 +.66 +21.9
r'.'T,'' 25.39 +.98 +22.4
Im..il .iad 16.99 +.63 +25.3
TMMktwdeV 16.05 +.41 +28.0
TMUSEq 13.61 +.24 +13.1
S2YGIFxd n 9.81 ... +2.2
DFARIEst n 26.90 +.63 +33.1
DIversilfdInv Fd:s
.: .m..a..l 12.34 .-.06 +1.5
.i-. i 20:.79. +.39 +14.5
G h.,. 24,57 +.53 +12.6
Dodge&Corx:
*Bolanced'n 83.76 +1.09 +11T.6
IncomaFd 12.58 -.02 +2.1
Intl Stk 37.19 +1.29 +25.3
Stock 143.15 +2.92 +17.3
Domini Soc Inv:
SoclalEq n 30.64 +.48 +8.5
Dreyfus:
Aprec 40.38 .+.45 +7.3
BasiLS&P 26.67 +.47 +11,2
DIscp 34.67 +.59 +12.0
Dreyfus 10.58 +.17 +11.5
DreyMldr 29.36 +.64 +22.1
Drey5001nt 37.41 +.66 +10.8
EmgLead 44.30 +1.31 +22.3
FL Intr 13.06 -.05 +1.2
GNMA p 14.47 -.06 +2.4
InsMunint 17.84 -.08 +2.2
Intermnr 13.33 -.05 +2.0
MIdcpVr 33.05 +.67 +18.4
Mu.'.lSr 11.81 -.04 +3.4
t 1. 14.75 -06 +2.6
StrValAr 29.60 +,64 +15.1
Dreyfus Founders:
GroWth 10.70 +.20 +9.5
,G.mrowthFnp 11.24 +.22 +10.6
Dreyfus Premier:
'CaTxExBdZ 14.80 -.06 +3.4
CoreEqAl 15.01, +.20 +5.68.
CbreVInv p 32.27 +:.51 +10.9
EmgMktA 23.56, +.74 +39.8
LIdHYIdAp 7.28 +.01 +4.0
NwLdrsn .49.13 +1.12 +23.1
TaxMgdGCt 15.97 +.19 +6.1
TenhGroA 25.28 +.78 +18.5
TechGrowR ... +18.9
Eaton Vance Adv:
gRaltet 9.88 +.01 +4.6
Eaton Vance Cl A:
TMG1.0 560.33 +9.92 +10.3
ChinaA p 16.78 +.70 +26.6
FloatRale 10.21 ... +4.5
GrowbsA 8.33 +,33 +18.0
.HIhSIlAp 11.55 +.02 +13.9
lncBoBA 6.37 +.02 +5.4
LgCpVal 19.03 +.34 i 4
NalMhn' t i7 : -.0. P ,
splqtA i1: l. i +.402 -i1 '
t..,,,S I h' l -5 oii .r
6.'3,1 i 1.4 .07 1 .
Ealon Vance Cl B
ILtlBondl 1-: -.03 +3 :8
Hir..a,p1l 117' +.02 +13.1
li iMui. 1i 11.37 -.02 +6.3
trfIn. I 22.70 +.40 +9.1
Eaton Vance CI C:
loatRIt 9.87 ... +3.9
GovHtCp '7:28 -.01 +2.0
NatlMGt 11.37: -.02 +6.2
Enterprise Cl A:
GwlhAnp 17.80 +.10 +11.0
Evergreen A:
AstAIIA'p 14.49 +.25 +12.2
BalanA 8.87 +.09 +8.8
FdLgCpA r 23.82 +.42 +12.8
SpValuAp 28.51 +98 +21.1
Evergreen B: ,
AstAlloBt 14.34 +.25 +11.5
DIvrBdBt 14.66 -.06 NS
l.l :l II 7.48 -.03 +2.4
Evergreen C:
AdjRateCt 9.26 -.01 +1.5
AstAlloC t 14.10 +.25 '+11.6
Evergreen :
CoreBdl 10.43 -.07 +2.1
AdjRatel 9.26 -.01 +2.6
InlBondl 10.74 -.10 -4.5
InllEqtyl 10.42 +.41' +25.8.
LgCopEqtyI 16.31 +.32 +13.6
ShntBdli 5.96 -.03 +1.7
l. SMunil,. 9.94 -.02 +1.6
SpecVal 28.66 +.99 '+21.5
StrGrol 28.61 +.40 +14.7
Excelsior Funds:
Energy 26.96 +.36 +61.9
HiYleldnp 4.51 +.01 +1.0
ValRestrn 49.05 +1.44 +20.
FAM Funds:
Value n. 48.68 +.55 +40.2
FBR Funds:
SmallCap 44.41 +.86 +11.1
FMI Funds:
Focus n 34.20 +.81 +16.1
FPA Funds:
Coplt 44.33 +.21 +23.7
Newlnc 10.86 -.01 +1.8
FPACrs n 26.12 +.02 +16.0
Fairholme 26.45 +.41 +21.9
Federated A:
AmLdrA 23.97 +.46 +9.6
CapAppA 25.62 +.2 +2+7.7
MIdGrStA 36.68 +1.13, +25.0
KaulmAcp 5.88 +.15 +20.9
MktOppA p 12.:78 -.05 +5.4
MunSecA 10.65 -.05 +2.6
Federated B:
KaufmnBp 5.72 +.14 +20.1
StrlncB 8.65 -.01 +3.7
Federated C:
MklOppC 12.66 -.06 +4.5
Federated Inet:
Kaolman 5.88 +.15 +20.9
MIdop 23.33 +.54 +22.3
SlockTr 32.03 +.54 +10.7
Fidelity Adv FocT:
HNlCarT 23.95 +.28. +21.8
NalResT 46.35 +1.05 +13.3
Fidelity Advisor A:
DirtlTlA r 22.59. +.95 +30.3
EqGrAl 429.51 +.92 +13.2
EqlncAp 28.80 +.56 +12.9
MidCapAp 24.73 +.75 +16.9
Nwlnsghs p 17.54 +.44 +29.6
Fidelity Advisor B: :
MildCpn p '23.91 +.71 +18.0
Fidelity Advisor C:
DIMnlIC nT 21.26 +.92 +29.3
Nwlnsghts In 17.23 +.43 +28.7
Fidelity Advisor I:
Dvllnlit 22.08 +.96 +30.7
DivGrthl 12.52 +.22 +9.3
EqGrl i 52.44 +.98 +12.6
Eqlnl 29.52 +.57 +13,2
InlTBdIn 10.83 -.05 +1.7
Fidelity Advisor T:
BalancT 19.46 +.23 +11.3
DihlntlT p 22.68 +.94 +30.0
DIvGrthTp 12.35 +.22 +8.7
DynCapAppTp17.32 +.61 +34.0
EqGrTp 49.60 +.91 +13.0
.EqInT 29.15 +.56 +12.6
GovlnT. 9.93 '-.05 +1.7
GrOppT 34.34 +.59 +16.5
HllncAdvTp 9.96 +.09 +8.3
InlBdT 10.81 -.05 +1.4
MIdCapT p 24.96 +.75 +18.7
MunllncTp 12.92 -.06 +2.8
Nwlmsghisp 17.45 +.43 +29,3
OvroeaT 21.13 +.75 +25.9
'STFT 9.39 -.02 +1.9
SmlCapTp 23.15 +.70 +17.9
SIrlnT 11.09 -.03 +4.0


ValStraT 30.92 +.73 +14.7
Fidelity Freedom:
FF2000 n 12.34 +.05 +5.9
FF2010n 14.35 +.14. '+9.8
FF2020 c 15.17 +.23 +13.6
FF2030 n 15.57 +.29 +15.8
.FF2040n .9.17 +.18 +16.5
FF2015 11.85 +.15 +11,.9
FF2025p '12.35 +.20 +14.5
InomemFd n 11.46 +.03 +5.3
Fidelity Invest:
AggrGrr 18.86 +.43 +19.1
AMgr 16.33 +.18 +7.6
AMgrGrn 15.40 +.23 +8.5
AMgrIn 13.11 +.09 +9.7
Balance 19.49 +.27 +17.0
BlueChIpGr 44.26 +.77 +10.2
CAMun n 12.41 -.05 +3.2
Canada n 45.64 +1.18 +38.2
CapApp n 26.63 +.86 +17.4
Coplnco nr 8.45 +.02 +7.1
ChlnaReg n' 20.50 +.56 +25.8
CongrSt n 410.02 +3.87 +6,1
CTMunnr 11.39 -.05 +2.2


12-mo. 12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn Name NAV chg %rtn
ContraEn 68.00 +1.66 +25.0 InlSmCo 15.05 +.55 +33.8
CnvSec 23.67 +.33 +15.6 USQltyEqty 20.40 +.35 +4.2
Desinyl n 14.68 .23 +19.2 USCoreEqty 14.51 +.28 NS
Desfnyll n 12.34 +.23 +12.7 GMOTrust IV:
DisEqn 28.60 +.55 +16.1 CorePlusBd 10.31 .. NS
Divernl n 34.69 +1.15 +27.8 EmgCnDt 10.94 +.03 +18.0
D;MGthn 29.46 +.53 +9.2 EmerMkt 22.63 +1.21 +54.5
EmrgMkt n 20.71 +.96 +62.1 Foreign 16.72 +.64 +23.3
Equllncn 54.62 +1.16 +12.7 IntCoreEq 3520 +1.28 NS
EQIun 23.56 +.69 +13.0 InlIntrVal 32.27 +1.1f +22.3
EurCapAp n 23.83 +.54 +273 USCoreEq 14.48 +.27 NS
Europe n 38.71 +.83 +28.7 USQualEq 20.41 -.35 +4.3
ExchFdn 286.80 +5.64 +11:6 GMOTrustVI:
Exportn 22.40 +.51 +23.8 EmgMktsr 22.64 +1.22 +54.7
FidalFd 32.93 +.54 +14.1 USCoreEq 14.48 +.27 NS
Fily nr 23.685 +.67 +21.9 Gabelli Funds:
FPRateHi r 9.96 ... +4.5 Asset 42.81 +.87 +11.8
FLMu m 11.44 -.05 +2.5 Growth 30.02 +.77 +18.5
FourinOnen 27.24 +.50 +13.1 Value t 18.81 +.37 +6.8
GNMAn 10.84 -.06 +2.4 Gartmore Fds D:
Govltncn 10.09 -.06 +23 Bond 9.57 -.06 +2.6
GroCon 66.73 041.39 +25.9 GviBdD 10.18 -.06 +2.5
Grolnc 35.27 .48 +8.2 GrowthD 729 +.15 +13.0
Grolncll 10.51 +.19 +14.9 NatonwD 1935 +.33 +13.4
Highlncmr S 8.83 .02 +5,2 TxFrer 10,.54 -.03 +2.8
[ndepndncen 20.84' +.56 +21.6 Gartmore Fds InstI:
InProBnd 10.97 -.09 +2.5 .Inldx I n 9.57 +.33 +22.9
nlBdo n 10.27 -.04 +1.6 MdCpMkldxl n 15.63 +.35 +22.3
IrtGov 10.02 1 -.04 +1.7 NwBdldxl n 10.61. -.06 +2.0
IntmMunin 2 9.97 -.03 +2.5 S&P500Inst n 10.99 +.19 +11.1
InlDisc 33.87 +1.28 +29.5 Gartmore Fds Serv:
InllSmCapm 29.30 +1.05 +37.4 IDModp 10.50 +.14 NA*
InvGB n 7.36 -.03 +2!5 Gateway Funds:
Japan n 18.93 +1.30 +50.4 Gateway 25.33 +.22 +.7
JpnSmCo n 17.34 +1.07 +42.9 Glenmede Funds:
LatAm n 36.90 +2.23 +84.2 Int 20.12 +.73 +22.1
LevCoStock 27.60 +.50 +26.9 Goldman Sachs A:
LowPrrn 43,40 +1.30 +1867 CapGrA 21.49 +.56 +11.0
Magellan n 111.34 +2.85 +14.2 GrIncA 26.58 +.38 +9.5
MD Mum 10.84 -.05 +2.4 GChOppsA 22.56 +.37 +13.2
MAMunin 11.8 -.0 5 3.2 HYioeldA 7.92 +.02 +5.1
MIMuniln 11.83 -.05 '+2.5 HYMunlAp : 11.25 -.02 +6.9
MIdCapin 28.04 +.88 +30.2 MICapVAp 36.30 +.45 +19.6
MNMunIn 11.41 -.05 +2.3 SmaCapA 43.79 +1.37 +15.6
MtgeSec n 11.05 -.06 +2.4 Goldman Sachs Inst: '
Mullnc n 12.82 -.05 +3.2 CoreFxc 9.:87 -.05 +2.5'
NJ Munr 11.48 -.06 +2.7 G lhOppt 23.19 +.38 +13.7
NewMkt nr 14.70 +.06 +13.7 HiYield 7.93 +.02 +5.5
NewMIll n 37.59 +1.47 +24.6 NYMun 11.25 -.03 +7.3
NY Munn 12.82 -.06 +2.6 MdCapVal 36.5 +.46 +20.1
OTC 39.29' +.83 +20.1 StrucInl 13.40' +.53 +23.9
Oh Munn 11.65 -.05 +2.5 Guardian Funds:
Owsea n 43.89 +1.52 +30.2 GBG InGrA 16.27 +.58 +26.1
PacBasn 27.17 +1.42 +39.9 prkAsA 33.30 +.80 +10.2
PAMunnr 10.79 -.04 +2.4 Stock 30.24 +.54 +10.7
Puritan 19.17 +.25 +9.2 GuldeStone Funds:
.RealEsIn 33.22 +.88 +32.9 CpOppGS4 15.89 +.26 +14.1
S6IlntMun 10.20 -.02 +1.5. GlblEqGS4 16.89 +.39 +18.0
STBFn 8.85 -.02 +2.2 GrlncoGS4 14.49 +.14 +10.2
SmCaplnd 22.07 +.65 +22.7 GrEqGS4 '18.07 +.31 +16.9
SmalICopS nr 19.62 +.64 .+20.3 InltOqGS4 18.35 .+.7 +26.7
SEAslon 22.94 +1.11 +43.5 MdDurGS4 13.42 -.06 +2.7
SIkSlcn 7.2! +,.47 +15.8 ValuEqGS4 18.08 +.32 +13.8
StratDivInc 1- +.22 +17.0 Harbor Funds:
Strallncn 10.47 -.03 +4.3 Bond 11.66 -.07 +2.9
Trendn 759.12 +1.08 +14.4 CGpApplnstn 33.75 +.79 '+24.6
USBIn 10.87 -'.06 +2.0 Intlnr 53.34 +2.30 +33.4
UltShtBdm 10.02 ... +3.1 SCpVIInt 21.09 +.56 +18.9
Utility n 15.49 +.18 +1.4 Harding Loevner: '
ValStrst 32.64 +.78 +15.2 EmgMlUsr 38.26 +1.47 +54.3
Value n 79.70 +1.73 +22,9 Hartford Fds A:
Wddwdn 20.44 +.57 +22.2 AdvrsAp 16.20 +.21 +1i
Fidelity Selects: + p,5B +. 37.41 +.87 +i',
AirM n 41.45 +1.93 +31.4 '. ; ,. *'194 +.37 + Q.i
Auton. 34.39. +87 +3.2 i. 25.04 .56 +26.1
Banking n 36.18 +.91 +5.1 +.81 .
Biolech n 65.14 +.73 +20.4 Hearltord Fds B:
Brokern 74.62 +2.81 .+46.5 Ccalo Bn 34.39 +.79 +23.8
Chemn 68.82 +2.38 +.4 HartfordFdsC.
Comp 7.64 +.51 +14.4 I+.:9 omv.:. w: !, 4.80. +24.0'
Conlnd n' 25.60 +.52 +7.5 Hartord HLS IA: ,'
CstHoun i 49.98 +1.11 +17.5 Bond 11.29 -.05 .1
DIAero n 75.21 +2.40 +22.7 C pApp 55.69 I ..
Devcoron 21.80 +.71 +22.7 Div&Gawth 21.53 1. .i
Eleclrn 48.31 +2.28 +35.4 LG.lO 21rs +.- 3.
Energy n 63.43 +.52 +66.9 ... ... i"
iEngSvcn 77.11 +.17 +71.8 -thpl 12.61 0-.- +1" -
Environ 16.74 +.53 +21 .5 Gssth pp 32. 601 :4
' FnSvcn 118.90 +3.59 +14.6 Adviu rs + 21 !7 .- i1
5 d n 8Stock 550.87 +-H11
Fodn 51.56 +.74 +8.0 gIndex 32 91 *
Gold in 37.45 +1.14 +64.9 InlOpp 14.52, : "
Healthn. 138.94 +1.64 +22.6 MdCi p 13.2 :0 ":.
i..+,AF..,..' 52.05 +.98 -0.2 SmalCo -21 -
.. 46.91 +2.51 +20.2 Hartford HLS I B
.Insurin. ..3 +.88 +16.4. ,
Leisrn t r +142 +9.5 Adsorp 231 -
MedDel n 54.65 +.93 +28.0. onA p ""
MedEqSysn 25 10 +12.3 ap .ppr *1 *
Multiled n 48.76 +.79 +13.8 Hear'and Fds -
NatGas n 43.55 -.28 +57.9 u d
Paper 3Q.88. +.68 +3.0 1' 4 -: +0 vi
Pharma n 10.41 +.22 +0.7 Hennesay Funds:
etmein .1 +.41 +0.7 CorGrow 2128 +1.00 +27.4
Roti 62.63 +1,26 +1.3 IComrGroll 31.82 +1.27 +22.98
SOftwrn 5.82 +1.2 +13.9 iHollBalFd 15.72 +.07 + 5.1
Tech n 66.37 +1.38 +18.6 Htchks & Wiley: +
Telecomn 40.86 +1.21 -+17v.6 g &I 217.3 +137
Transn 46.89 +2.51 +25.8 L al '24.17 +.53 +1.7
UltIr n 45.60 +.78 +1.O LgCapValA p 24.10 +.54 +18.4
WIrslessAn 7.20 +.23 +28.8 MdCpValAp 29.31 +.60 +19.8

Equllndlnvn 45.46 +.80 +11.3 ICMSmlo- 38.78 +1.17 +17.8
ExtMktlndlnv 36.84 +.94 +22.0 ICON Fds:
:51ndxlnc vnr 88.55. +1.55 +11.3 3u ..0 .r
Gbsin n 10.87 -.06 +2.3 E Urgy 3.687 +C 0 ,
Inltlndxlnv 37.74 +1.35 +22.7 ING Funds CIA
ImAGrBdn : 10.39 -.05 +2.6 InralAp 16377 '. + 19.3
TolMIdlndlnv 35.93 +.69 +14.0 CoG Partners:
Fidelity SpartAdv: TRPGrEqi n 5433 +1.06 +s137.
EqlndxAdv 45.46 +.80 NS INGT,'M, &
TAS r~V8.6-.: 04 N7 IB0 nl .. i s1.7 71 *.19.7

First Amer FdsY. I r I'.-. "- -05. :+5.8
,"."E 12.92,S -3 +2.1".. HIs'Fund s: +48
-r..'.":.. ;.. . .i .. I? .+.8 43
S + +1 JPMorgan A Cias -
InlBondx 9.84 07 +1.54 lnvTBep ,012.44 4 +.12 +8.4
Inltn 13.63 +.50 +220 InvGrlnA.p 13.90 +.22 +10.9
LgCpGrOp 30.33 +.37 +12.5 MdCpVal p 23.99 +.34 +14.0
MdCpGrOp 43.25 +1.00 +22.7 JPMorgan B Class:
First Eagle: InvG&l p 13.83 +.21 +10.2
GlobalA 43.92 +.64. +21.1 JPMorgan C Class:.
OverseasA 24.14 +.34 +22.8 MdCpValu pe 23.59 +.34 +13.4
Firet Investors A JP Morgan Inst:
SBIChpAp 821.46 +.32 +92.1 MidCapVaInt 24.31 +.35 +14.6
GlobalA p 7.49 +.23 +16.6 JPMorgan Select:
GovtAp 10.05 -.06 +2.3 Ictlq 34.37 -1.30 +21.2
GrolncAp 14.60 +.35 +15.0 MdCpValu ... +14.3
IncomeAp 3.00 +0.6 USEqulty 11.23 +.20 .+.2
lnvGrdA p 9.60 -.06 +0.7 JPMorganiSel CIs:
MATFAp 11.85 -.04 +2.0 CoreBond 10.63 -.05 +2.2
MITFA p 12.33 -.03 +2:1 CorePlusBdn 7.77 -. +2.6
MidCapAnp .29.33 +.66 +22.9 .:.*:. 20.42 +.7- .+22.0
NJTFA p 12.90 -.06 +2.0 F'I... 9':3 +-.51 +11.2
NYTFAp 14.368 -.04 +1.7 GovBond 16 -1,07 +2.7
PATFAp 12.92 -.03 +2.1 HIYIdBond s 8 +.047 +4.8
SpSitAp, 21.93 +.59 +16.0 IntBondl n -.03 .+2.1
TaxExpA p 9.98 -.0 +14 InmdTFBd 10.68 -.03 +1.7
TolRetAp 14.51 +.21 +10.0 l IcEqI 23.95 +.93 +24.8:
ValueBp 6.95 +.14 +12.8 IntrdAmer 25.15 +.45 +159.
Firsthand Funds: LgCapVa 16.26 +.33 +10.3
SGlobTechp 4.30 +.15 +11.1 LCapG3r 10.32 +.27 +12.8
Tech Valuen 35.81 +1.46 +36.7. MCpMkNeur 10.63 +.04 +3.7
Frank/Temp Frnk A: MunilncSI 9.76 -.02 +12.3
AGEAp 2.11 +.01 +5.9 SrCpCore 48.07 +1,97 +19.7
AdJUSp 8.92 ... +2.1 TaxFrBondn 12.76 -.04 +2.3
ALTFAp 11.45 -.045 +2.6 JP Morgan Ultra:
AZTFAp 1t.02 -.05 +2.5 MtgBacked 10.44 -.04 NS
Ballnvp 64.98 +1.77 +20.3 Janus: -
CAHYBdp 10.36 -.05 +5.8 Balanced n 23.01 +. +1.6
CallnsAp 12.67 -.05 +34 Contrarian 15.93' +.48 +27.5
CAIntemA p'11.52 -.04 +2.3 CoreEq 25.0. +..84 +27.6
CaoTFrAp 7.29 -.03 +4.1 Entsrpr 44.25 +1.13 +21.6
CapGrA 11.47 +.26 +8.8 FedTxExn 6.99 -.03 +2.6
CO TFA p 11.98 -.04 +3.S RxBond 9.44 -.06 +1.;
CTTFAp 11.06 -.04 +3.8 Fund 26.44 +.59 +117.
CvtSecAp '16.75 +.21. +13.3 GIUleScinr 20.68 +.47 +18.8
DbITxFrA 11.90 -.02 +3.5 Goechr 12.77 +.46' +26.6
DynaTachA 27.24. .61 +19.4 Grthlncn 3.16 +1.00 +22.2
EqlncAp 20.89 +.34 +8.2 Mercuryn 23.70 +.56 +14.2
Fedlnsrmrp :11.40 -.05 +2.1 MdCpVllnst 23.25 +.39 +19.0
FedTxFrAp 12.09 -.03 +3.6 MIdCapVal 23.17 +.39 +18.8
FlexCapGrA 42.12 +1.06 +16.4 Olympus n 33.97 +.89 +24.0
FIRTDAp 10.13 +.01 +4.7 Odic 8.91, +.31 +32.8
FLTFAp 11.89 -.04 +3.3 Overseas nr 35.66 +1.84 +51.5
FoundFAlp 12.86 +.17 +11.7 ShTmBd 2.87 ... +1.9
GATFAp 12.08 -.05 +3.1 SCVInI 29,312 +.67 +18.9
GoldPrMA 29.27 +1.40 +69.2 SCVInV 29:16 +.67 +18.6
mrowthAp 36.97 +.45 +14.1 Twenty 5046 +.40 +22.0
HYTFAp 10.76 -.03 +4.9 Ventur 62.01 +2.19 +17.
IncOserA p 2.4 +.03 +65 WdndW nr 44.65 +1.08 +12.3
InoTFAp 12.28 -.04 +3.1 Janus Adv I Shrs:
NYIntmiFp 10.91 -.04 +1.5 Forty 29,45 +.30 +23.4
LATFAp 11.48 -.04 +2.1 Janus Aspen InatI.
LMGvSA 9.91 -.02 +1.0 Balanced 26.34 +.39 +12.7
MDTFAp 11.72 -.05 +3.4 WoUdwGr n 28.75 +.87 +12.0
MassnTFAp 11.88 -.05 '+3.2 JennlsonDrydsn A:
MIchTFAp 12.23 -.04 '+3.2 BlendA 18,90 +.43 +28.6
MNInsA 12.09 -.05 +2.8 GrowtiA 16.75 +.41 +24.8
MOTFAp 12.24 -.05 +3.5 HIYIdAp 5.68 ... +43
NJTFA p 12.09 -.05 +3.5 InsuredA 10.78 -.2 4 +2.2
NYlnsAp 11.56 -.05 +2.9 UlnlilyA 15.06 +.04 +40.4
NYTFAp 11.84 .03 +3.4 ValueAp 20.73 +.38 +24.7
NCTFAsp 12.25 -.05 +3.2 JennlsonDryden B:
OhiolTFAp, 12.52 -.06 +3.1 Growths ,15.39 +,38 +23.7
ORTFAp. '11.83 -.05 +3.6 HIYIdBint 6.67 +3.8
PATFAp 10.38 -.04 +3.3 InsuredB 10.80 -.04 +1.8
ReESecA p 27.15 +.66 +27.5 JennlsonDrydan Z&h:
RIsDivAp 33.41 +.26 +0.5 GrowthZ 17.22 +.43 +25.0.
SMCpGrA 39.63 +.88 +20.2 Stkldxln 28.56 +.50 +11.0
'Slratlnop 10.23 +.01 +3.3 Janseno 24.16 +.44 +2.1
USGovA p 6.51 -203 +2.6 John Hancock A:
UtllitlesAp 12.12 -.05 +13.9 BondAp 14292 -.08 +2.0
VAPTFAp 11.80 -.03 +3.2 ClarsloValp 25.37. +.63 +16.7.
Frank/Tmp Fnk Adv: RgBkA 30.88 +.94 +7.1
IncmmAdv 2.44 +.02 +6.3 SvlncA p 18.93 +.35 +7.4
.Frank/Temp Fmk B: SItlncA p 6.87 -.02 +3.7
IncomeBl p 2.46 +.03 +6.0 U8GIbLdrsn 28.82 +.21 +5.1
Incoreot 2,45 +.02 +5.9 John Hancock B:
Frank/Temp Fmk C: StrlncB 9.87 -.02 +3.0
FoundFAlp 12.71 +.16 +11.0 Julius Beer Funds:
IncomeCt 2.47 +.02 +5.9 inllEql'r 39.28 +1.40'. +29.8
Frank/Temp Mtl A&B: InllEqA 38.56 +1.37 +29.4
BeaconA 15.78, +.18 +13.8 KealSmCpp 48.24 +1.86 +32.5
DlscovA 26.87 +.40 +22.1 LSV ValEq n 16.90 +.42 +18.5
DuolffiedAt 20.12 +.25 +12.0 Laudus Funds:
- SharosA 24.37 +.29 +10.2 ,nllMMsIrl 19.06 +.65 +26.7
Frank/Temp Mtl C: 0USSrmCp i 13.51 +.46 +16.0
5iscC t 26.71 +.40 .+81.3 Lazard Insti:
SharesCt 24.01 +.28 +v4.4 ECmgMkIl 19.45 +.75 +53.2


Frank/TempTemp A: InllEqinstl 14.82 +.58 +20.5
DevMktA p 25.55 +.75 +42.2 Legg Mason: Fd
ForelgnAp 13.26 +.37 +18,4 OpportTr t 17.74 +.90 +20.8
GIBondAp 10.61 +.04 +1.7 Splnvnp 46.96 +1.49 +18.7
GISmCoAp 8.88 +.24 +17.86 ValTrp 69.53 +1.11 +12.1
GrowthA p 23.78 +.43 +15.1 Legg Mason Insti:
InllxEolp 16.80 +.40 +17.4 BFMSmCp 11.99 +.49 +18.2
WoddA p 18.62 +.47 +20.1 ValTrFl p 75.42 +1.22 +12.8
FrankfTempTmp Adv: ValTrlnsi 76.62 +1.25 +13.2
FrgnAv 13.22 +.37 +18.6 Leuthold Funds:
GrhAv 23.79 +.43 +15.3 Corelnvstn 17.62 +.23 +18.2
Frank/TempTmp B&C: Longleaf Partners:
DevMktC 25.08 +.73 +41.3 Partners 32.32 +.82 +10.4
ForgnCp 13.09 +.36 +17.5 Intl n 17.85 +,47 +17.2
GrwthC p 23.26 +.42 +14.2 SmCap 28.07 +.55 +17.7
GE Elfun S&S: LoomIs Sayles:
S&S Income n 11.22 -.06 +2,4 LSBondl 13.82 +.06 +7.0:
S&S PM n 44.48 +.98 +10.0 SIrlnc C 14.31 +.08 +5.8
TaxEx 11.74 -.04 +3.0 LSBondR 13:79 +.06 +6.8
Trusts n 52.75 +.93 +8.9 StrlncA 14.26 +.09 +6.5
GE Instl Funds: Lord Abbett A:
IntlEqn 14.37 +.69 +30.4 AfflilaldAp 14.58 +.26 +11.5
GMOEmMkVr 22.62 +1.21 NA AlVIalueA 12.32 +.24 +14.6
GMOTrust Il: BalanStralA 11.45 +.11 +7.6
Foreign 16.65 +.64 +23.2 BondDebAp 7.87 +.04 +3.0
GMO Trust III: GlncA p 6.84 -.08 -3.3
CurHlntBd 9.00 -.01 +5.7 MidCapAp 22.96 +.23 +15.5
EmgMkr 22.68 +1.22 +54.5 RsSmCpA 30.95 +1.31 +29.3
ECD 10.94 +.03 +17,9 RsAmVal p 12.41 +.04 +8.5
Foremlgn 16.71 +.64 +23.3 Lord Abbett B:
IntlGrEq 30.16 +.98 NE AffildB p 14.63 +.26 +10.8
IntllntrVal 32.28 +1.17 +22.2 BdDbBp 7.87 +;03 +3.2


Name: Name ol mutual luna and famIly.
NAV: Net asset value, or pnce a which unrid could te sold for
last day ot me week.
Chg: Weeldly nt criange In the NAV. -
12 mo % rtn: The percent gair 01 loss lor one snare. Including
ei-irivsbment of dividends, over 12 motr.ir .a
Mutual Fund Footnotes: e Er-capital gains dinbuton. f -
Prevaous day's quole. n No-load rurd p Fund assets used to
pay distriounon csA t r -- Redemption cee or con[ir.gent
aaferreo sales Ioad may apply., s Stloc diidend or spilt- 1 -
Bom p r.d r x-Ex-ca.sn drwidend NA No InformaL.oni avail-
abie'NE Data in question NN Fund does 'ot. wsl.h lo be
tracked N S Fund a.d noI exfti at starl dale.
Source: LUpper, Inc. and The Associfted Press


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
MidCapVp 22.17 +.22 +14.7
Lord Abbett C:
AfldC p 14.60 +.26 +10.8
BdDbC p 7.88 +:04 +3.3
MidopVICa p 22.10 +.21 +14.7
Lord Abbett P:
MidCaplVp 22.49 +.22 +15.3
Lord AbbettY:
AflY 14.61 +.26 +11.9
MdCapVi p 22.92 +.22 +15.8
MFS Funds A:
MITA 19.00 +.24 +12.5
MIGA 13.24 +.21 +10.4
BondA 12.67 -.06 +1.7
CapOp 13.93 +.17. +6.2
EmGrA 36.65 +.76 +18.4
SGvSA 9.50 -.05 +1.6
GrOpA 9.20 +.16- +7.1
HllncA 3.82 +.01 +3.6
IntNwDAB 25.47 +.70 +9.0
MCapA 9.64 +.17 +12.4
MlBdA 10.57 -.04 +2.9
MuHIA 8.41 -.03 +6.0
MuFLA 10.12 -.04 +3.5
ResBondA 10.09 -.05 +1.6
RschA 22.35 +.31 +13.0
ReschlntA 18.07 +.62 +26.3
TotRA 15.67 +.11 ,+6.8
UIA 13.26' +.01 +23.7
ValueA 23.91. +.41 +11.8
MFS Funds B:
MAITB 18.54 +.23 +11.8
EmGrB 33.73 +.69 +17.5
MIGB 12.09 +.19 +9.7
GvScB 9,48 -.06 +1.0
HllnB 3.83 +.01 +2.9
MulnB 8.60 -.02 +2.8
TotRB 15.66 +.11 +6.1

MFS Funds C:
ToRIC 15.72 +.11 +6.1
Valuao 23.74 +.40 +11.1
MFS Funds I:
ReInT 18.48 +.64 .+26.8'
Valual 24.01 +.41 +12.2.
MFS Funds Instl:
I'.. IE. r1 l +.62 +23.2
MainStay Funds A.
ur O.10 A :, +-.02 +4.5
MainStay Funds B:
CpAppIBt 29.81 +.42 +14.6
ConvBt 14.34 +.11 +13,0
GovtB t 8.21 -.04 +01.7
HIYIdBBt 6.27 ''+.02 +3.
InUlEqB '13.48 +.27 +13.1
'SmCpGrBp 15.85 +.49 +12.5
ToIRIB t 19.26 +.22 +10.1
MainStay Funds i:
M.re"i -. 1 .1' +.52 +11.0
Mairs & Power.
6.jlh"-,.,- '! +1.13 +9.4 -
Managers Funds:
f. -'- .. : :, -.06 +3.3
B:.. E,- .9 +3.29 +15.6
Marsico Funds:
F.. .,. IB; .4 +.40 +18.2
Cir p 'i".: +.38 +14.0
MassMutual tInal.

Master Select:


Mathews Asian:
A '-.i,1 1 1 3 +.37 ,+21:4
Pu. ri.i-., :i., +.72 +33.3
Mellon Funds: .
.6, .,,,,,1'" 12.39 -.06 .+1,4
,t,,1+: 24,55 +.75 6 +40.9
antlFund 16.41 +.45 +17.6
LrgCapSlk 10.35 +.18 +12.6
MIdCapStk 14.56 +.35 +26.9
MergerFdn 14.91 +.07 +2.9
Meridian Funds:
Growth 38.41 +1.47 +10.7
Value' 36.34 +.77 +11.8
Merrill Lynch A:
BalCapAp 26.16 +.26 +0.2
BasValAp 31.99 +.60 +10.6
FA'.A A. 19,35 +.32 +17.1
.I,,iB. 17.61 +.34 +17.0
HealhA p 6.93 .+.08 +21.4
NJMuniBd 10.64 -.03 +4.5
S&P500p 15.71 +.28 +10.8
Merrill Lynch B: ,
BOlsCapBt 25.45 +.20 +7.4
BOsVIBt 31.42 +.58 4.17
eBdHiro .5.07 +.02 .; .1
CalnsMB .11.56 -.05 .1
CS.-ovdPlBr 11'4 -.07 N4,0 -



FocusValue t 13.01 +.25 +10:8
FundlGrBt 17.75 +.30 +16.2
FLMBI t 10.38 -.04 +3.9
GIAIB1 17.26 +.33 +16:0
HeaslhB I 5.11 +.05 +20.4
LatAmB t 41.7 +2.52 +85.6
MnlnsB t 7.84 -.04 +2.6
SShtTrmUdCGvtt 9.09 -.02 +1.5
MunShlTm 9.94 .. +1,2
MulnlmTrB 10.2 -.0 +1.0
MNatlBit 10.50 -.03 +3.3
NJMBt 10.63 -.04 +4,.0
NYMnBI 10.98 -.05 +3.0
NalResTrB I 53.32 +.06 +62.3
Pacst 24.08 +1.23 +30.6
PAMBt 11.26: -.04 +2.8
ValueOpp 24.65 +.79 +22.5;
USGov, 10.04 -.06' +0.9
UiMscmI 12.45 +.04 +19.4
WIdlncBt: 6.20 -.03 -0.5
Merrill Lynch C:
FdGC t 17.84 +.30 +16.3
GlobAIC t 16.73 +.32 +16.0
Merrill Lynch I:
IntlVal 28.82 +1.21 +20.8
BalaCopl 26.23 +.27 +8.5
BasVall 32.13 +.60 +10.9
BdHiInc 5.07 +.02 +3.9
CalnsMS 11.56 -.04 +2.5
.CoreBdPtflt 11.54 -.07 '+1.8
OpITI 1.1.71 -.06 +1.7
DevCaplp 25.39 +1.28 +50.9
EqultyDiv 16.57 +.34 +19.6
Eutolt 19.65 +.61 +20.0
FocusValuel 14.37 +.28 +12.0
FundlGtl 19.77 +.33 +17.4
FLMI .10.38 -.04 +4.4
GIAIIlt 17.66 +.34 +17.2
HealthI 7.55 +:08 +21.8
LtAml 43.51 +2.64 +87.5
Mnlnsl 7.85 -.03 +3.4
MunShortTm 9.94 ... +1.6
MulntTrI' 10.23 -.04 +1.3
MNaOl 10.50 -.04 +4.1
NatResTrt 56.72 +.07 +64.0
Pad : 26.22 +1.35 +32,0
S&P500 15.74 +.27 +11.0
ValueOpply 27.61 +.89 +23.7
USGovt 10.04 -.06 +1.8
UOTIcmIl t 12.48 +.04 +20.3
WIdlncl 6,20 .-.03 +0.1
Metro West Fds:
TolsalRetBondl 9.56 -.04 +3.2
Midas Funds:
Midas Fdn 3.41 +.15 +69.7
Monetta Funds:
Monertan 12,65 +32 +26.0
MonlagGr I 24.63 +.14 +11.7
Morgan Stanley A:
AmOppA 28.75 +.55 +23.5


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
DIvGshA 33.88 +.51 +10.5.
GlobDlIA 14.87 +.33 +12.3
US GvIA 9.05 -.05 +2.8
Morgan Stanley B:
AmOppB 28.93 +.50 +22.6
DivGthB 34.03 +.52 +10.7
GIbDivB 15.05 +.34 +12.4
GrowthB. 14.36 +.21 +24.7
StratB 19.46 +.33 +12.4
Morgan Stanley D:
TaxExD 11.54 -.04 +3.3
MorganStanley lnst:
EmMkt n 28.44 +1.18 +52.1
CrPIFInstn 11.47 -.04 +4.3
GiValEqA n 18.42 +.42 +12.0
InuSmCpAin 25.25 +.54 +17.5
IntlEq n 21.30 .+.84 +13.8
IntlEqB np 21.14 +.63 +13.4
LtdDurPtn 10.31 ... +2.3
MCapGr n 28.29 +.52 +28.9
MCGrAdv p 25.63 +.650 +28.5
SmCGrB np 1.15 +.51 +24.5 .
SmICoGrAn 13.77 +.53.9 +24.6
USLgCpGrA 20.11 +.30 +25.7
USReal n 25.00 +.69 +36.5
ValueAdvn. 17.410 +.34 +10.4
Muhlenkmpn 87.86 +1.43 +14.9
Munder Funds A:;
InternetA 21.70 +.61 +25.0
Mutual Series:
BeaonZ 15.86 +.18 +14.2
lsoZ .27.12 +.41 +22.5
QualfdZ 20.23 +.26 +164
SharesZ 24.51 +.29 +15.5
Neuberger&Berm Inv:
Focus n. 33.92 +.84 +9.8
Genesis n 36.10 +.47 +26.8:
Geneslnstl 49.53 +.65 +27.0
Guardnn 18.29 +.39 +815.6
InTlr 23.58 +.69 +33.7
Paner n 29.72 +.52 +2.7
Neuberger&BermTr:
.'Geneslsn. 51.60 +.68 +26.7
Nicholas Applegate:
E.T.,i:.a : 1: +.60 +32.3
Nicholas Group:
mir.l, 1-i :1 i +.02. +3.8
ri. r.:. ,-, i +.81 +9.8
Northeast Investors:
Trust 7.51 +.05 +4.0
Northern Funds:
HIYFx]ncn 'r 8.05 .'+,b1 '
OlE.gry li .- II =.
'sli." 12.21 +.86 '..'
LrgCapVal 12.95 +.265 ;f
SmICapldxn 11.44 +.43 -i ,v
.r i. I. 14 +.24 1 :
huveen Cl A.
HYIdMuBd p 22.04 -.03 4
Nuveen Cl R:
InMun R 10.80 -.04 +2.8
IntlmnDurMuBd 9.01 -.02 +3.0
Oa3 Assoc Fas:
ui .i :I...'I4 .:.,1 : +.14 i .
Oakmark Funds: :
S.rh'.... 1: :F5 +.02 *
:,ill I :, : +.54 uJJ
'irl h s : "1 +.65 .il
i,..' ., , 114 .1 l/
:i-,. ', ,i**I +.54 +10.1
Old Mutual Ad : It:
.r i r. 1: :I +.59 +26.7
Old Westbury Fds-
..ll l V ",:, +.47 +23.8
N,,B6.,.r I i10 +.18 NS .
Olslen Funds:
F,.'. I .i, I ..! +.24 +10.9
OppenheimerA:
AMTFrMuA 10.10 -.05 +6.9
AMTFrNY' 12.86 -.05 +7.4
CAMuniAp 11.42 -.05 +9.0
CapAppAp 44.53 +.91 +12.2
CaplncAp 11.96 +.06 -4.7
.: r.n..'A 9.38 +.02 +4.0
C.-.rr.nmA, 39.50 +1.57 +55.1
DiscFd p 47.94 +1.67 +16.8
Equity A 10.95 +.23 +16.6
GlobalAp 70.22 +2.02 +25.8
GIblOppA 39.87 +1.73 +35.3
Goldp. 26.94 +1.30 +59.6.
GrowthAp 31.60 +.88 +21.1
HIghYldA p 9.38 +.02 +3.9
IntlBdAp 5.91 +.01 +7.6
IntGrow p 23.03 +.70 +24.0
iri., :... 122.65 "41.19: +51.5.,
L p T" 9.9`7 j,-.02 i8-
Li.;iu.ir.ii 15.77 -.02 -,
oMnStFdA .3B34 "-q.75 +12.7"
.,i.'.. .i. l'. 1 1. .30, -l -
f.I.',i -.l |-. i :' +.79 -t a
l.s..:.':pa 1A +.48 -
P '.Ijr I". 1I -.03 +7.7
RealAstA p 8,07 -.08 +21.5
S&MdCpVIA 34:68 +.867 +22.0
StrdncAp 4.23 -.01 +5.9
USGt p 9.49 -.06. +1.7
ValueAp 24.00 +.34 +11.5
Oppenheimer B:
AMTFrMuB 10.07 -.04 +6.2
AMT-FrNY 12.86 -.05 +6.5
CapAppB p 41.00 +.84 +11,2.
CaplncB t 11.85 +05 +3.,8
ChIncB t 9.37 +.02 +3.2
EquityB 10.,51 +.22. +15.6
GloblBt 65.623 +1.88 +24.8
HIYIdB t 9.24 +.03 +3.2
I.4.;IF 1 :, 0.72 +11.8
i rn..8 1 I :: ... +5.1
Oppenneimer C&M:
,.i.,r:,a M r : .1,91 +24.8
,;i. D, .i 0 -73 +11.9
Oppenheim Quest:
QBalA 17.99 +.16 +6.6
QBalanC 17.68 +.16 +5.8
QBalanB 17.66 +.15 +5.8
QOpplyA 28.84 +.11 +4.9
Oppenheimer Roch:
LIdNYAp :: 3.36 -.01 +4.8
LtdNYCt 3.35 -.01 +4.0
RoNtMuC t 12.30. -.01 +8.2
RoMuAp 18.28 -.06 +8.0
RoMuB 18.26 -.06 +7.1
RcNtlIMuA 12.32 -.01 +9.0
OppenhelmerY:
CapApprecY 45.69 +.94. +12.6
PIMCO Admin PIMS:
ShtTmAdp 10.00 -.01 +2.6
TotRetAd n 10.50 -.07 +2.8
PIMCO InstlPIMS:
AlAsset' 12.83 -.03 +8.3
CommodRR 14.86 -.03 +19.8
L, r.....,, 10.51 +.06 NS
OUi...i...:. 11:12 -.03 +6.6
EmMIdsBd 11.28 -.02 +12.9
fi.h..: I 10.36 +.01 +5.9
f.,,,,tlu..1' 10.05 -.14 -5,9
FrgnBdoi. 10.37 -.05 +4.8
GlobalBdon 9.61 -.12 -4.0
HIYId n' 9:79 +.01 +6.0
Lowurn 9.99 -.03 +2.0.
LTUSGno 10.88 -.18 +2.9
ModDurn 10.07 ,-.06 +1.8
RsealRlum 11.69 -.16 +4.6
ReaalRetnst] 11.06 -.09 +3.2
ShorT 10.00 -.01 +2.9
TotRet n 10.50 -.07 +3.1
TR 11I n 9.9 -.07- +2.5
TRIIln 9.28 -.06 +2.9
PIMCO Funds A:
All Asset p 12.77 -.03 +7.7
CommodRR p 14.77 -.03 +19.2


Exp. Open 'High Low Settle Chg

CORN (CBOT)
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Mar06 216,00 220.00 21,6.00 218.00 +1.00
May 06 226.00 230.00 226.00 228.00 +1.00
Jul06 -235.00 239.00 235:00 237.00 +1.00
Sep06 242.00 245.00. 242.00 244.00 +1.00
Dec 06 251.00 255.00 251.00 254.00 +1.00
Mar07 257.00 260.00 257.00 259.00 +1.00
May07 262.00 264.00 261.00 263.00 +1.00
Est. sales 178,779. Thushms sales 105,076 .
Thuv/as open Int. 910,551, -4,126
OATS (CBOT)
5,000 bu rhinimum- cents per bushel
Mar06 188.00 192.00 187.00 190.00 +1.00
May06 182.00 186.00 182.00 184.00 +1.00
Jul06 173.00 176.00 173.00 175.00 +3.00
Sep06 165.00 165.00 165.00 165.00
Dec06 160.00 160.00 160,00 160.00 +1.00
May07 160.00 160.00 160.00 160.00 +1.00
Jul07 160.00 160.00 160.00 160.00 +1.00
Est sales 974. Thu'/ms sales 1,464
Thuems open Int. 10,855, +26
WINTER WHEAT (KCBT)
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Mar06 396.00 402.00 393.00 393.00 -1.00
May06 397.00 403.00 397.00 398.00
Jul06 400.00 404.00 397.00 398.00 -.00
Sep06 405.00 408.00 401.00 402.00 -1.00
Dec06 413.00 418.00 411.00 412.00 +.00
Mar07 415.00 420.00 414.00 418.00 +2.00
Jul07 396.00 401.00 395.00 398.00 -2.00.
Est. sales ... Thu'ms sales 25,652
Thu'es open int. 140,698, +4,436
COTTON 2 (NYBT)
50,000 ]bs.- cents perlb.
Mar 06 56.48 56.68 54.92 55.53 -.95
May06 57.61 57.70 56.30 56.83 -.91
Jul 06 58.50 58.50 57.25 57.87 -.83
Oct 06 59.05 59.05 59.05 59.05 -.85
Dec 06 60.65 60.75 59.70 60.09 -.80
Mar07 61.50 61.50 61.50 61.50 -.83
May07 175 1.75 6 1.75 61.75 -.90
Est. sales 21,783. Thu-mas sales 12,044
ThusB2es open int. 129,766, +2,668
COCOA (NYBT)
10 metric tons- $ per ton
Mar06 1478 1494 1452 1455 -30
May06 1500 1515 1478 1480 -29
Joul 06 1527 1538 1500 1502 -29


12-mo.
Name. NAV chg .% rtn
HW,1.16 q +.01 +5.6
.. ,,, -.03 +1.5
Ailk A f. I I jr -.09 +218
r,:., i'., .-.07 +2.6.
PIMCO Funds B.
Ir[ Ir. -.09 +2.0
T,:irI ii",,., -.07 +1.9
PIMCO Funds C
.. .: : .. -.03 +6.9 2
C.'...i... R, A -.03 +18.4
r -.09 +2.2I
T,:.ll: i : I : -.07 +1.8
PIMCO Funas D:
i,. T,,, ii -.03 +19.2
SH 11 -.09 +2.
T -]Ih'.|:, 1j j -.07 +2.8
Paimassus Funds:
x.i,' i. : +.34 +9.2
Pax World.
ba....- : 11 +.36 +11.6
FunnMuiG p l.u3 +.40 +23.9
PhoenixFunds A:
BalanA 14.82 +.17 +5.1
CapGrthA 15.60 +.30 +9.1
InllA+ 12.03 +.40 +23.0
MuSStA p 4.72 -.01 +2.2:
Pioneer Funds A:
BalacA p 10.10 +.0 +7.0
BondAp. 9.15 -.06 +2.0
EqlncAp 29.77 +.84 +12.2
EuroSelEqA 34.13 +.84 +16.2
GrowthAp 12.63 +.10 +7.5
HIghYIdAp 10.96 +.09 +6.1
IntlValA 21.46 +.82 +25.4
MdCpGrA 15.65 +.38 +12.4
MdCpVaA p 24.00 +.25 +14.1
PlonFdAp 45.54 +.98 +13.1
TaxFreeA p 11.62 -.03 +3.8
ValueAp 18.10 +.32 +11.9
Pioneer Funds B:
HIYleldBt 11.01 +.10 | +5.2i
MIdCapValB 20.98 +.21 +13.0
Pioneer Funds C:
HIYIdCI 11.11 +.10 +5.3
Price Funds Adv:
Eqtylnc p 26.64 +52 +9.9
Growth pn 29.09 +.56 +13.7
HlYId p 6.92 +.01 +4.5
Price Funds:
Bi i,..-m 20.20 +.26. +9.5
6i,'.1.1,C.-1 33.63 +67 +13.3
CalTxn. 10.99 -.05 +3.0
CapApr n 20.63 +.33 +12.0
DIOron' 23.32 +.39 +3.7.
EmgEurope 29.15 +.80 +71.3
EmMklS n 28.78 +1.20 +55.8
Eqlno n 26.69 +.52 +10,2
Eqld n 34.52 +.60 +11.0
Europe n 18.40 +.61 +.19.6
FLInln n 10.78 -.04 +1.4
GNM.n 9.47 '-.05 +2.5
Grolhn ,n 29.31 +.57 ':,'.
Gwthlnn .20.13 + +.34 -.3
HIlhSOIn 26.20 +.38 +23.7
HMI I.i 6.93 +.01 "'
I.u.'.).' 18.47 +.76 +4
InllCd ne 9.45 -.15 -5.0
InlaDissn 1. +1. +37.1
Intl Grolnc 1 .: +.54 +24.3
IntStkn Ft' v"+.65. +26.3
Japan n 12.01 +.57 .+43.5
LatAmin .29.79' +1.76 +93.8
MdShtn 5.13 -.01 +1.3
lr.lT,.,.. 10.67 -.04 .1 i
... .'. 35.22 +.86 -1:.4
r,1..: ... 6.19 +.77 +24.1
r,...*:,.'h. 24.33 +.45 '.1-
iJ,..,r,-, 32.74 +.51 .1 1
r k...'. 12.67 +.60 +37.0
PFte- 1745.62 +1.01 +44.3
.,-,,., 33.83 +.94 ,+23.3
'..... 8.94 -.05 +2.4
r.T.Fr, 11.32 -.04 +3.0
.'"5ci.' 19.28' +32 +11.5
PSGrown 23.91 +.54 +14.4
..PSIteon. 15.37 +.17 .+8.8
,._.:,. 20.93 +.63 +34.5
S...... 14.97 +.23 +11.6
,lm.II 11.55 +.19 +12.4
T. n I' l: +.29 +13.4
.. i i "' +.23 +14.3
..).,, 17.12 +.38 +15.7

STBdn. 4.68 -.01 +2.2
.. :,:.': ,: .. +1,.06 +21.0
.tg: i:.,, 1, .3 812 +21.6.
SpecGr 19.03 ," +17.9
Soecinn 11.87 .,i +3.6
iT... 9.98 -.04 +3.3
T.,Aal. p 11.92 -.03 +5.6
.TFInIm n 11..11 -.04 +1.9
TxFprSIn 5.4 -.01 +1.4
US Int 5.29. -.04 +0.9
USLong 11.73 -.16. +3.0
VATF n 11.63 -.05 +2.9
Valuesn 24.20 +.52 +13.0
Principal Inv:
BdMtglntsl 10.70 -.05. +2,3
PILVIh '13.91 +.29 +12.6
PrLGI In 8.34 +.12 +14.5
Putnam Funds A:
AmGvAp 8.90- -.03 +1.2
AABalAp 11.42. +.15 +10.8'
AAGthA p 12.64 +.26 +16.4'
AZ TE 9.21 -.03 +2.7
CATA p 8.20 -.03 +2.9
ClassicEqAp 13.57 +.19 +10.3
Convert p .18.15 +.23 +9.0
DIscGr 19.39 +.41 +17.2
MDrlrnp' 8.- '92' -.03 +3.6
,TEqlnAp. I 17:23 -.
.EUroEqA 24.22 I -"
iFpTxA p7. 7-.16, -0'2 .
N (.: 1,8.22. +X14 +7.3
:..A. 12,15 -.05 -2.9
LCE.",[ 9.56 +.85 +17.0
GrInAp 20.12 +.27 +10.1
HlthAp 6 '3.20 +.43 +18.0
HiYdA p 7.97 +.02 +5.0
HYAdAp 9.00 +.02 +4.8
IncmA p 8.75 -.03 +2.0
I..IIE.,. 27.67 +.95 +21.9
-U..,-.l..vp 14.18 +.50 +23.5
InvAp 13.94 +.21 +14.9
MITxU p 8.99 -.03 +2.6
MNTx p 8.99 -.03 +2.5.
NJTxAp 9.21 -.03 +3.1
NwOpAp 47.59 +.93 +18.7
NwValA p 1.23 +.24 +10.'8
NYTxA p 8.65 -.03 +2.7
OTC A p 8.47 +.23 +20.1
PATE 9.09 -.03 +2.6
TEi.c 19 "8.78 -.03 +3.0
iTI.-" 14.88 -.06 +2.3
TFHYA 12.95 -.02 +5.4
USGvA p 13.13 -.05 +2.1
UltlAp 11.19 ... +12.9
VstsA p 11.32 +.32 +23.0
VoyAp 17.66 +.23 +11.9
PutnamFunds B:
CapAprt 19.66. +.34 +14.6
:I.:. E.i 13A46 +.19 +9.4
I:',.,, 17.85 +.38 +16.4
DwrInBt 9.84 .-.03" +2.8
Eqlnct 17.09 +.28 +10.4
EuEqtyBI 23.44 +.87 +18.8'
FLTXBt 9.16 -.02 +2.5'
GeoBt 18.03 +.14 +6.4
GlncBt 12.12 -.0 +-3.5
GCbEqtyIt I .74 +.22 +16.1
GINtRst 29.23 +.47 +45.5
GNrnBt 19.82 +.27 +9.3
ThBt' 56.94 +.37 +17.1
HYIdB I 7.93 +.02 +4.2
HYAdvB 5.92 +.0 +3.9
IncomeB t 6.70 -.04 +1.1
InlSEqp 26.69 +.91 +21.0
IntlGrInt 13.96 +.48 +22.5
IntlNopt 13.51 +.49 +25.9
InvBt 12.82 +.19 +14.0
NJTxBt 9.20 -.03 +2.5
iJ.C'i. .i1 i 42.65 +.82. +17.9
.i ,op:. 17.98 +.24 +10.0
NYTxBt 8.63 -.03 +2.2
OTqBt 7.47 +.20 +19.3
TxExB t 8.78 -.03 +2.2
TFHYBI t 12.97 -.02 +4.7
TFInBt 14.90 -.06 +1.7
USGVBI 13.06 -.06 +1.4
UOIBt 11.12 .. +12.1
VIstaB I 9.85 +.27 +22.1
VoyBt.. 15.44 +.19 +11.1
Putnam Funds M:
Dvdrnlp 9.24 -.02 +3.4
Putnsam Funds Y:
Gralnc 20.17 +.28 +10.4


Exp. Open High Low


Settle Chg


Sep 06 1658 1558 1522 1522 -29
Dec06 1574 1581 1549 1549 -30
Mar07 1591 1591 1574 1574 -29
May07 1593 1593 1593 1593 -29
Est sales 20,615. Thu 'W sales 6,475
ThulaWs open Int. 129,398, -399
SUGAR-WORLD 11 (NYBT)
112,000 lIbs.- cents per lb.
Mar06 18.50 18.82 18.41 18.61 +.13
May06 18.34 .18.70 18.30 18.49 +.15
Jul06 17.32 17.60 17.27 17.48 +.16
Oct06 16.98 17.15 16.96 17.07 +.07.
Mar07 16.78 16.82- 16.75 16.78
May07 16.48 16.55 16.44 16.50
Jul07 15.95 15.98 15.95 15.95 -.05
Est. sales 77,839. ThuPnos sales 58,247
Thulmos open int. 514,760, +8,245
CATTLE (CME)
40,000 lbs.- cents per lb. -
Feb 06 95.05 95.27 93.67 93.90 -1.05
Apr06 0 93.20 93.40 91.60 91.77 -1.30
Jun 06 86.60 .86.80 85.35 85.47 -1.10
Aug 06 85.60 85.65 84.40 84.47 -1.07
Oct06 88.50 88.55 87.70 87.72 -.85
Dec 06 89.20 89.20 88.55 88.80 -.52
Feb 07 90.00 90.00 89.50 89.60 -.60
Est. sales 35,126. ThuSams sales 22,271
Thueoas open int. 240,574, +1,269
FEEDER CATTLE (CME)
50,000 Ibs.- cents per Ib.
Mar06 111.60 111.85 110.10 110.62 -.85
Apr06 112.15 112.30 110.80 111.47 -.70
May06 112.65 112.80 111.50 111.97 -.67
Aug06 112.85 113.00 111.85 112.37 -.57
Sep06 112.30 112.30 111.75 112.00 -.45
Oct06 111.55 111.55 111.00 111.40 -.40
Nov06 110.75 110.75 110.30 110.70 -.20
Est, sales 4,986. ThuS/ms sales 2,408
Thua2es open Int. 33,034, -4
HOGS-Lean (CME)
40,000 Ibs.- cents per lb.
Feb 06 56.95 57.05 56.05 56.25 -.92
Apr06 61.70 61.85 61.15 61.32 -.60
May06 65.80 65.95 65.50 65.72 -.40
Jun 06 68.35 68.70 68.20 68.65 -.02
Jul06 66.27 66.80 66.25 66.70 +.30
Aug 06 63.70 64.40 63.60 64.30 +.50
OclI06 54.10 55.00 54.10 54.80 +.50
Est. sales 18.902. ThuA2ss sales 18,596


Exp. Open High Low


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
Income 6.79 -.03 +2.1
IncEq 27.84 +.95 +22.2
Voyager ,18.23 +.24 +12.2
RS Funds:
RSEmGrnp 35.38 +1.15 +16.9
RSNalResnp 36.17 +.73 +57.8
RSPatners 34.83 +.96 +204
Value Fd 25.50 +39 +17.7
Rainier Inv Mgt:
SmMCap 35.78 +1.21 +29.9
RiverSource/AXP A:
BalancedA 10.069 +.10 +7.5
Dsocovery 10.19. +.28 +21.2
DEI 12.59 +.35 +23.3
DIvrBd 4.80 -.02 +1.9
DivOppA 7.74 +.14 +13.0
EqtyVal p 11.97 +.34 +21.9
GiblEqly 7.09 +.27 +28.3
Growth 29.60 +.38 -+14.5
HiYldBond 2.88 ... +5.1
HIYIdTxExA 4.38 -.02 +2.4
Inst 5.34 -.03 +1.7
IntlSelVal p 9.71 +.37 +28.7
LgCpEqAp 5.45 +.08 +11.0
Mass' 5.32 -.02 +2.0
Mich 5.24 -.02 +2.5
MIdCapGrA 1 4.97 +.26 +20.2
MidCpVal p 8.82 +.18- +26.6
MInn 5.27 -:02 +2.1
NewD 20.24 +30 +7.6
NY 5.04 -.02 +2.5
Ohio 5.25 -.03 +1.9
SDGovt 4.74' -.01 +1.8
SmColndax 8.91 +.30 +19.3
Stock p 21.12 +.47 .+13.1
StrgcAIA 10.56 +.22 415.1
RiverSource/AXP B:
DIovEqInc t 12.59 +.34 +22.4
EqVal p 11.99 +.34 +21.0
NewDt 18.84 +.28 +6.8
RlverSource/AXPY:
NeWD n 20.36 +.30 +7.8
Royce Funds: .
LowPrStkr 16.97 +.69 +25.6
MIcroCapIn 17.56 +65 +27.4
Opptyl r 13.45 +.60 +22.0
PennMulSm 11.61 +.43 +25.1
Premlerld r 17.85 +.57 .+28.1
TotRetl r 13.33 +36 +17.7
Russell Funds S:
DvBondS 23.39 -.13 +1.7
DIvEq5 '46.46 +.97 +15.1
EmerMkts 20.87. +.93 +49.1
InlOSeS 71.68 +2.53 +24.0
6MslratBondS 10.35 -.05 +2.2
. QuanlEqS' 39.41 +.81 +13.2
RESecS 47.55 +1.41 .+32.2
ShodDuraBdS 18.70 -.03 +1.8
SpeclalGrS 54.26 +1.74 +20.4
Russell Instl +:
Eqtyll 31.78 0 .68 +15.4
EqtyQI 3696 +76 +13.7
Ingll 45.68 +1.64 +24.7
Russell LfePts C:
I ,"I,: I I "c +.16 +11.5
Russell LtePis D:
SBOISratp 11.63 +17 +12.2.
Rydex Advisor
OTCn 10.98 +.21 +12.4
Rydex Ineslor:
l ..1 o. Itr..3 +.4 5 -0.7
:,: i: +.23 +13.1
SEI Portfolios:. -
.'. F .l,, ,', h. -.06 +2.1
EmMklDbtn 11.09 .+.03 +15.7
EmgMktnp 16.85 +.74. +46.6
EqlndxAn 38.17 +.66 +11.0
HYId n 8.44 +.02 +3.3
InlMunIA 10.81 -.03, +1.5
IntlEqAn 13.11 +.50 +24.3
InlFixAon. 10.68 -.06 '-8.4
LgCGroAn 20.34 +.32 +14.9
LgCValAn 21.99 +.46 +13.8
SmCGroAn 1985 +.80, +20.:2
SmCValA n 20.81 +.67 +19.7
T M.lL' I' +.23 +14.0
SSgA Funds:
-,Tr. ? +1.08 +56.0
SPSO0n 21.15 +.37 +11.1
STI Classic: .
CapAppIn 12.53 +.27 +4.7
CapAppAp 11.91 +.26 +4.2
CapAppCp 11.20 +.24 +3.7
HIghYdl 10.77 ... +3.5
LCr.'.IEsA 13.37 +.28 +10.3.
i.;. A.,l'..ili 16.86 +.26 +13.8
,l. .II': 1 23.97 +.33 +6.3 ,
SmCapGrI n 22.80 +.88 +22.4
TxSenGrlnp 25.63 +36 +7.3
Splomon Brothers:
BalancBp 13.17 +.13 +7.1
Opport 52.23 +.84. +18.3
Schroder Funds:
NAmEqlnvn 11.72 +.23 +13.7
Schwab Funds:
IntlSSr .18.77 +.66 +22.3
10301nv.r. 37.33 +.65 +12.8
.10008el 37.32 +.65 +13.0
S&P Inv 19.76. +35 +11.0
S&P Sel n 19.82 +.35 +11.2
S&PInsllSel 10.09 +.18 +11.3
SmCpln :.r' +.64 +18.7
SmCapSel r' +.84 +18.9
S'. .:.- : 9.87 -.05 +2.4
.i ,'ci.i 9.66' S +3.6
Scudder Funds A:
.,,-r. o 48.36 +.71. +14.8
:..wni"0 47.17 +.79 +14.0
FIQcomAn .o20.2 +.43- +22.6
.,.. -5.3 .9 -7:02.- +5.0
f r.,,.p 9.13. -.02 +3.5
"itohA 4, ,'2122 -+.24. -14.6
TotRetA 9.39 +.11 +8.5
USGovtA'x 8.46 -.06 +2.2
Scudder Funds C:
DrmHIRC 47.07 +.79' +132
Scudder Funds S:
EmMkIn 11.68 +.04 +15.1
EmgMkGrnr 24.109 1.17 +49.5+
GIbBdS rx 9.50 -.0B -0.3
GlobDis 42.06 +1.24 +28.7
GlobalS 32.82 +1.33 +38.6
Gold&Prec 22.19 +1.05 +47.1
GrEurGro 31.96 +1.08 +22.7
GrolncS 22.19 +.35 +10.9
HIYIdTxn 12.6' -.01 +5.3
Income Sx 12.69 -.10 +2.4
'IntrTxAMT 11.21 -.04 +2.1
IntemlatIS 53.78 +1.88 +27.2
LgCapValS r 22,42 +.41 +8.0
LoCoGron 26.10 +.34 +14.4
i. .l,,,:, 53.89 1 ++86.3
I 9.14 -.; '+3.7
MA TFS 14.32 -.05 +2.9
oalorr r 17.39 +.77 +34,0
I.Ir,;.,B, 9.93 -.04 +2.0
SmCoValSr 26.17 +1.06 +16.0
Scudder Instil:
EqtyS00IL 145.44 +2.54 +11.3
Selected Funds:
AmerShsD 41.12 +.44 +14.1
T.r.. 11 I: +.44 +13.8
Sellgman Group:
ComunAt 29.87 +1.01 +24.4
F, ,,-A, 13.54 +.40 +9.5
S..,'i... l 11.83 +.35 +8.7
GIbSmCoA 17.96 +.52 -:
GlobTechA 14.98 +.53 +25.8
HIYBdA p 3.33 +.01 +3.3
Sentinel Group:
ComSlkAp 30.95 +.50 +13.1
SmCoA p 7.85 +.23 .+19.9
Sequoia 154.78 +.60 +8.1
Sit Funds:
LargeCpGrn 38.38 +.57 +17.4
Smith Barney A:
AgGrAp 112.57 +1.54 +22.2
.ApprAp 14.67 +.16 +7.9
FdValAp 15.19, +.30 +12.4
HlncAt 6.79 .+.01 +4.2
IntlAICpGrAp 13.36 +.48 +20.0
LgCapGA p 22.94 +.08 +9.7
MgMuAp 15.38 +.03 +3.3
...'. itrl..: l"r.5' +.17 +12.9
Smith Bamey B&P:
AgGrBt 100.62 +1.36 +21:2
ApprBt 14.33 +.15 +7.0
FdValBt 14.23 +.29 +11.6
LgCapGBt 21.55 +.07 +8.8
SBCaplnct 17.45 +.17 +12.2
Smith Barney C:
AggGrC 101.33 +1.38 +21.3
FdValC 14.23 +.28 +11.6
LrgCapCrt 13.13 +.31 +22.0
LgCapCp 21.54 +.07 +8.8


Settle Chg


ThuS/as open Int. 135,501, +1,570
GOLD (COMX)
100 troy oz.- dollars per troy oz.
Jail 06 558.70 558.70 558.70 558.70 -1.00
Feb 06 560.20 564.50 .555.60 558.80 -1.10
Mar06 561.10 561.10 561.10 561.10 -1.20
Apr06 565.00 570.00 560.70 563.70 -1.30
Jun06 570.00 574.00 565.60 568.60 -1.30
Aug06 576.10 577.00 572.70 573.50 -1.30
Oct 06 578.40 578.40 578.40 578.40 -1.30
Est. sales .... ThuShs sales 130,893
Thulgr open Int. 351,369, -9,987
SILVER (COMX)
5,000 troy oz.- cents per troy oz.
Jan 06 956.6 956.6 956.6 956.6 +.2
Feb 06 966.0 966.0 957.0 957.0
Mar 06 960.5 980.0 955.0 960.5
May06 968.0 984.5 965.0 967.3 -.7
Jul06 979.0 989.0 970.0 973.0 -1.5
Sep 06, 977.0 977.0 977.0 977.0 -2.5
Dec06 985.0 1005.5 982.0 982.0 -4.5
Est. sales .... Thuvme s sales 31,060
ThuSms open Int. 133,175, +1,069
HI GRADE COPPER (COMX).
25,000 lbs.- cents per lb.
Jan 06. 223.30 229.65 223.30 229.65 +6.50
Feb 06 220.80 224.55 220.65 224.55 +3.75
Mar06 220.05 223.75 219.60 223.30 +3.15
Apr06 219.60 221.75 219.60 221.55 +3.15
May06' 216.35 220.00 21605. 219.75 +3.40
Jun06 217.50 217.75 217.50 217.75 +3.40
Jul06 215.00 215.30 214.00 215.10 +3.45
Est. sales .... Thu12ts sales 11,275
Thu',s open Int. 103,982, +1,321
EURODOLLARS (CME)
$1 million-pts of 100 pct.
Feb06 95.280 95.297 95.280 95.287 -.002
Mar06 95.210 95.230 95.190 95.200 -.010
Apr06 95.160 95.160 95.135 95.135 -.020
May06 95.130 95.130 95.120 95.120 -.020
Jun06 95.115 95.150 95.095 95.100 -.015
Jul06 95.100 95.100, 95.100 95.100 -.005
Sep06 95.105 95.155 95.080 95.100 -.005
Est. sales 359,298. Thulg9s sales 2,574,661
ThuWe2s open Int. 8,775,792, +23,587
LUMBER (CME)
110,000 bd. t.- $ per 1,000 bd. It.
Mar06 366:1 367.1 362.3 365.5 +1.9
May06 366.0 366.0 362.5 365.3 +1.4


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
Smith Barney 1:
SDIvSSral 16.73 +.28 +4.9
Grol I 16.18 +.25 +9.6
Smith BarneyY:
AggGroYt 117.04 +1.61 +22.7
LgCapGroY 23.67 +.09 +10.0
SoundShmn 37.32 +.23 +12.7
St FarmAssoc:
Balan n 51.79 +.69 +7.5
Gvwhn 51.29 +1.03 +10.2
Stratton Funds:
Dividend n 36.59 +1.00 +20.7
Growth 46.57 +.69 +22.8
SmCap 47.24 +1.53 +27.0
SunAmerica Funds:
USGvBt 9.33 -.08 +1.4
SunAmerica Focus:
FLgCpAp 19.26 +.24 +14.2
TCW Galileo Fds:
DIvFocused 11.91 t.22 +9.0
SelEqty 20.51 +.33 +13.4
ValuAOpp 23:.43 +.61 +17.4
TCW Galileo N:
SelEqtyN p 20.05 +.32 +13.0
TIAA-CREF Funds:
BondPlusix 10.09 -.09 +2.0
Eqtyindex 9.27 +.18 "+13.2
Groinc 13.38 +.30 +14.4
GroEqty 9.90. +.18 +13.5
HIYIdBondx 9.10 -.03 '+4.0
IntlEqty 12.92 +.47 +25.1
MgdAllc 11.71 +.17 +10.6
ShtTrmBondx 10.31 -.06 +1.7
TACh .E- "t 10.01 +.18 +14.1
TE.. i...' 10.72. -.08 +2.1
Tamarack Funds:
EnterSmCp 30.11 +1.10 +9.3
Value 39.59 -+.55 +6.4
Templeton Instit:
EmMSp 20.67- +.63 '+42.6
ForEqS 23.49 +.65 +21.8
Third Avenue Fds:
Intl r 22.01 +.16 +21.6
RlealEslValIr 30.45, +:59 +21.8
Mid,.ak. 25.53 +.44 +18.6
M.ud 956.64 +1.34 +22.4
Thompson Plumb:
Growth.n 46.03 +1.2. +4.9
Thomburg Fds:
IntlValA p 25.05 +.66 +28.7
IntlValus I 25.52 +.67 +29.3
Lil .i-,',. '13.653 -.03 +1.5
,r..- I 34.93 +.65 +17.6
Thrivent Fds A:
HighYld 5.07 ... +4.5
Income 8.60 -.03 +1.8
LgCapStock 27.01 +.39 +10.4
MIdCapStk 17.93 +.48 +26.1
MunlBd 11.36 -.05 +2.3
Torry Funds:
G:,io',l :,7; +.80 +9.2
TA IDEX A:
JanGrow p 26.60 +.46 +17.1
GrCoGlobp 26.90' +.66 +13.6
TLC'.HYB p r 1. +.05 +4.1
rsF .i,..s.- .. ll -.02 +1.9
TA IDEX C: .;
AsAIModGrt 12.42 t.25 +15.6
Turner Funds:
MIdcpGwth 30.05 +1.24 +26.8
SmlCpGrwth 28.09 +1.34 +23.4.
Tweedy Browne:4 .
GlobVal 27.18 +.41 +17.6
UBS Funds Cl A:
DynAlphatl 10.94 +.12 +10.4
GlobAblo1 13.79 +.20 +11.3
UBS Funds Cl C:
GlobAlo p 13.55 +.19 +10.4
UBS PACE Fds P:
LCGrEqtyP n 16.86 +.31 +13.4
LCGEqPn 21.60 +.45 '+17.7
UMB Scout Funds:
World 30.11 +.99 +30.3
US Global Investors:
AIIAm 28.38 +.96 +25.0
EstnEurop 46.80 +1.33 +67.1
GIbRscn 16.26 +.45 +69.0
.GIdShr 12.78 +.78 +65.1
USChina 8.50 +.47 +36.6
-W[dPrMInn 24.40 +1.49 +64.5
USAA Croup.
In ,,;,,, i: 1- +.64 +15.2
CA3Bdon 11.13 -.05 +3.2
ComsSIrn 26.6 +.38 +10.9
"GNMA 9.59 -.04 +2.6
.&,Pix ,-, I +.07 +10.9
..... ,. i'F.% +.33 +18.9
Gr&lncn 19.14. +.47 +14.2
IncStkn 15.82 +.33 +13.2
Incomenx 12.15 -.11 +2.6
Inlln 24.91 +.84 +23.2
NYBd n 11.98 -.05 +3.1
PrecMM 23.70 +.95 +63.7
S&P dxn 19.24 +.33 +11.1
SaTech 11.35 +.41 +27.2
:Ar.ITF.... 8.83 -.02 +2.4
:.i 14.25 +.35 +17.8
,.il:.. 13.17 -.05 +2.8
TxELTn 14.04 .-.06 +3.2
TxEShn 10.62 -.01 +1.9
VArBd 11.60 -.04 +2.5
WldGrn 18.65 +.45 .+15.1
Value Line Fd: 2
L[vie(Ghn 0 q1+ '+.63 -+24.4
Van K3amp Funds A:
CATFAp 18.62'. -09 +2.5
CmstAp 18.14 +.36 +9.7
CorpBdA p 6.59 -.04 +2.0
EmGroAp 43.88 -l l, ,*
,-,l i:. I. -" :i IJ

l.r i-, +6.46 +14.9
I. II:,/ i i'iI" :J Jl f :IJ .1 1.

." 1 ,:' +.35 +15.9
M. 15.07 +.16 +7.2
Hr.i.-l 3.53 +.01 +2.4
HYMuAp 10.90 -.03 +7.1
iTFt 18.48 -.07 +2.9
r'.,u,. :. 14:66 -.06 +2.9
-A i A +p 17.32 -.05 +3.1,
PaceFndAp 10.89 +.16 +25.6
StrMunInc 13.26 -.03 +6.4
USMtgeA 13.61 -.06 ,+2.1
UlllityAp 19.44 -.08 +19.7
Van Kamp Funds B:
CmstBt 18.13 +.35 +8.8
EmGrB t 37.37 +.93 +18.0
EnlerpBt 12.35 +.25 +13.6
EqincBIt 8.72 +.10 +11.6
GrincBt 20.86 +,34 +15,1
HYMuBt 10.90 -.03 .+6.3
Slui.6, 14.62 '-.06 +2.0
'a -ilF.', 17.26 -.06 +2.3.
StrMunlnc 13.25 -.03 .*
USMtgeB 13.55 -.06 -I :
UI6B 19.38 -.09 +18.7
Van Kamp Funds C:
CommSkC 18.14 +.35 +8.8
EqlncCI 68.75 +.09 +11.6
Vanguard Admiral:
AssetAdmIn 58.55 +1.04 +11.1
BalAdmIn 20.25 +.20 +9.1
CAITAdmin 11,00 -.04 +1.9
CALTAdm 11.70 -.05 +3.3
CpOpAdIn 81.50 +1.81 +23.6
Energyin 119.09 +1.98 +60.2
I.I,,.:..,,'.i 49.26 +1.02 +10.9
EuropAdml "69.35 +2.52 +19.1
ExplAdml 74.87 +2.26 +22.2
ExnIdAdm i 36.38 +95 +22.6
FLLTAdm n 11.62 -.06 +2.1
50OAdmln 118.30 +2.06 +11.3
GNMAAdm n 10.30 -.06 +3.1
GrolncAdm 53.51 +1.03. +11.6
GrwthAdmIn 28.27 +.44 +11.9
HllhCare n 60.73 +1.18 +22.4
HiYIdCp n 6.19 +.01 +4.2
HiYIdAdmn 10.79 -.05 +3.8
InsdLTAdmn 12.63 -.05 +2.9
ITBondAdml 10.30 -.08 +1.4
ITsryAdmln 10.87 -.07 +2.1
InltlGrAdml 71.37 +3.02 +26.0
ITAdmIn 13.33 -.05 +2.2
ITCoAdmdr 9.74 -.06 +1.9
L il7....M-T. 10.71 -.02 +1.7
LT'...r.i 9.38 -.14 +2.4
LTsryAdml 11.40 -.18 +4.0
LTAdmln 11.26 -.05 +2.7
MCpAdmln 84.24 +1.62 +24.6
MorgAdrn 57.33 +1.37 +18.8
NJLTAd n 11.82 -.06 +2.6
NYLTAdm 11.27 -.06 +2.4
PrmCapr 71.22 +1.61 +20.4
PacilAdml 78.02 +3.96 +31.6
PALTAdmn 11.35 -.06 .+2.4


Exp. Open High Low Settle Chg

Jul06 353.5 355.4 353.5 355.4 +.9
Sep 06 354.0 355.8 354.0 355.8 +1.1
Nov 06 343.0 343.0 343.0 343.0 +1.0
Est. sales 706. Thu/mes sales 1,193
Thus open int. 5,668, -51
NATURAL GAS (NYMX)
10,000 mm btuses, $ per mm blu
Feb06 8.206 8.640 8.000 8.400 +.171
Mar06 8.500 8.850 8.300 8.507 +.086
Apr06 8.566 8.920 8.480 8.652 +.101
May06 8.665 8.980 8.640 8.752 +.101
Jun06 8.764 9.090 8.730 8.855 +.100
Jul 06 8.780 9.200 8.780 8.950 +.100
Aug 06 8.940 9.310 8.920 9.035 +.100
Est. sales.... Thu/cms sales 107,982
Thusa/ss open int 544,616, -2,396
UNLEADED GASOLINE (NYMX)
42.000 gal;cents per gal
Feb06 169.00 174.30 168.50 173.64 +5.21
Mar06 176.13 181.50. 176.10 181.00 +4.84
Apr06 189.25 194.00 189.25 193.60 +4.39
May06 193.25 196.80 193.25 196.65 +4.19
Jun06 195.75 199.00 195.55 198.70 +4.19
Jul06 196.65 200.00 196.65 199.65 +4.19
Aug06 196.50 200.00 196.50 199.65 +4.19
Est sales .... ThusWss sales 58,597
Thuoaes open int. 156,791, -2,471
HEATING OIL (NYMX)
42,o00o gal, cents per gal
Feb06 178.00 181.90 177.98 180.69 +2.89
Mar06 181.30 185.50 180.75 183.75 +3.24
Apr06 182.50 187.50 182.50 185.75 +3.54
May06 184,95 188.00 184.75 187.40 +3.79
Jun06 185.80 189.50 185.52 188.75 +3.89
Jul06 189.65 190.20 188.73 190.20 +3.94
Aug06 191.60 193.50 191.40 192.15 +3.94
Est. sales.... Thumoos sales 55,434
Thuoabs open Int. 171,505, -2,245
LIGHT SWEET CRUDE (NYMX)
1,000 bbl.- dollars per bbl.
Mar06 66.49 67.95 66.35 67.76 +1.50
Apr06 67.20 68.67 67.13 68.52 +1.53
May06 67.71 69.15 67.69 69.02 +1.54
Jun 06 68.03 69.50 68.01 69.38 +1.54
Jul06 68.49 69.63. 68.40 69.63 +1.53
Aug06 68.68 69.82 68.59 69.82 +1.52
Sep06 69.32 69.96 69.16 69.96 +1.51
Es. sales.... Thuels sales 286,636,
Trhu'mts open Int. 920,251, +7,416


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
REITAdmlr 90.77 +2.74 +31.8
STsryAdml 10.31 -.03 +2.1
STBdAdmln 9.91 -.02 +1.7
ShtTrnAdmr 15.54 -.01 +2.0
STFedAdm 10.25 -.02 +2.0
STIGrAdm 10.51 -.02 +2.6
SmlCapAdml n30.63 +1.00 +21.1
TxMCapr 61.91 +1.11 +14.2
TxMGrlncr 57.44 +1.00 +11.3
TsBdAdmln 10.02 -.07 +2.0
TolSlkAdmron 31.08 +.60 +13.7
USGroAdmin 48.10 +1.02 +20:7
ValueAdmln 23.05 +.44 +13.8
WellslAdmn 51.56- +.13 +5.2
WelltnAdroni 53.85 +.71 +11.9;
WindsorAdrm n59.76 T.27 +12.1
WdsrllAdm 57.07 +.76 +12.2
Vanguard Fds:
AssotA n 2608 +.47 +11.0
CAITn 11.00 -.04 +1.9
CALTn 11.70 -.05 +3.2
CapOpppn 35.27 +.78 +23.5
Convtin 14.00 +.22 +14.6
DMdendGro 12.77 +.23 +10.2
Energy 63.41 +1.05 +60.1
Eqlnc n 23.50 +.49 +10.7 "
Explorer n 80.42 +2.42 +22.0
FLLT n 11.62 -.06 +2.1
GNMAn 10.30 -.06 +3.1
GlobEqn 20,56 +.69 +20.5
Grolnc n 32.76 +.63 +11.4
GrowthEq 11.04 +.35 +20.3
HYCorpn 6.19 +.01 +4.0
HlthCaren 143.87 +2.80 +22.2'
InflaProrn 12.14 -.10 +2.9
[ntlExpIr n 19.23 +.66 +29,0
IntlGr 22.43 +.95 +25.8
InOValn 37.54 +1.63 +29.6
ITI Grade 9.74 -.06 +1.8
LTTsryxn 10.87 -.07 +1.9
LIFECon 15.77 +.13 +7.8
LIFEGron 21.74 +,43 +13.5
LIFEIncn 13.620 +.03 .+4.
LIFEModsn 18.96 +.26 +10.6
LTInGraden 9.38 -.14 +2.3
LTrsryn 11.40 -.18 +3.8
Morgan n 16.49 +.44 +18.6
MuHY n 10.79 -.05 +3.8
MulnsLg n 12.63 -.05 +2.8
Mulnitn 13.33 -.05 +2.2
T1MC.1p. n 10.71 -.02 +1.6
I I.,. W.,'.*,', 11.26 -.05 +2.6-
MuShn 15.54 -.01 +1.9
NJLTn 11.82 -.06 +2.5
NYLTn 11.27 -.06 +2.3
OHLTIxEn 11.98 -.06 '+2.3
PALTW n 11.35 -.06 +2.3
PrecMlIIsMn r 26.57 + +1. 66.8
,,.: +.25 +21.8
,,n.:, .,: +1.55 +20.2
SelValuor 19.20 +.28 -t
STAR'n 20.14 +.26' -: .
ST[Grade' 10.51 -.02 +2.5
STFed n 10.25 -.02 +1.9
STuTsryn 10.31 -.03 +1,9
StralEqn 23.30' +.65 +22.1
TgtReI2015 11.67 +.09 +.2.
TgtRet2025 12.04 +.18 +927
TgtRel2035 12.64 +.21 +12.2
TxMCApnr" 30.0 +.550 +14.2
TSMGIrr ?7P5 +.49 +11.3
T;-P.imi,,..l,-,ll l Iik +.50 +23.1
T .l!ai,. 1: 11i +.'82 +20.4
II.,.:..-, l :" +.39 +20.4
.i n. .,. ,', .1 +.36 +13.7
Wellslyin 21.28 +.05 +5.1
WeltStn 31.18 +.42 +11.7.
Wndsrn 17.71 +.38 +120 .
Wndslln 32.15 +.43 +12.1
Vanguard Idx Fds:
500ni 118029 +2.06 +11.2
Balanced n 20.25 +.20 .+9.0
DevMktn 10.84 +.45- +22:9
EMktn 21.13 /+.99 +48.7
Europe n 29.536 +1.07 +19.0
Extend n 36.36 +.95 +22.4
Growth n 28.27 +.44 +11.6
ITBond n 10.30 -.08 +1.3
LgCapldx r 23.06 +40 +12.8
LTBondn. 11.69 -.17 +2.7
MidCap 18.56 +.35 +24.5
Pacific n 11.92 +.61 +31.4
RElTr 21.27 +.64 +31.6
SmCap n 30.63 +1.01 +21.0
SmICpGrow 17.72 +59 +22.8
SmICapVal 15.56 +.50 +19.2
STBondn 9.91 -.02 +1.7
TotBond n 10.02 -.07 +1.9
Toll nlin 15.23 +.64 +25.9
TotStkn 31.08 +.60 +13.6
Value n 23.05 +.44 +13.7
Vanguard Insl Fds"

DevMktlnst n10.74 .u +23.1
EuMolnsTln 29.55 +1.07 +19.2
Extinn c 36.39 +.95 +22.6
Growthlnstl 28.27 +:43 +12.0
InfProlnsIn 9.71 -.08 +3.0
Inslldxn 117.37 +2.06 +11.3
InsPI n 117.37 ,+2.06 +11.4
Tol[Bldxn 50.61 -.32 +2.1
InstTSIPlus '27.98: +.54 +13.8
MIdCaplnsl n 18.62 +.36 +24.7
Paclnsiln 11.93 +.61 +31.7
Qmrfplnn q065 +1.01 +21.2
TIB,, I l. .. -.07 .+2.0
T,'I,' i" +.61 .. +13.




t. l,,,," f ~I f I" +1_'U
Growth n 8.94 1: 2
Growlnc 10.99 +.21 +13.1
MPLongTes Gr22.87 +.44 +13.2
MPTradGrwth 23.01 +.33 +10.2
Victory Funds:
Ca,..: ,1d ". +.30 +15.5
WM Blair Fds Insi:,
inlrGrwh 19.34 +.72 +34.4
WM Blair MtiFds:
InllGrowthIr 27.27 +1.02 +33.5
WMeGrpaof FdsA:
Eqi.,'A,,.(. :c -A +16.7
WM Stir Asset Mgmt:
l: il.. -- ? .,: 1' +10.0
bml,..-ll 2i -.' +9.1
Go:.,,..e, n : 14 -.0 +11.7
rConGwA p 15.58 +.27 +12.6

Waddell & Reed Adv.
Accmmult'v 7.04 +.10 +17.6
AssetS p 9.86. +.37 +36.2
CorelnvA 6.50 +.15 +17.9
Highlnc 7.34 +.02 +3.4
NwCcptAp 10.64 +.22 +21.9
ScTechA 11.55 +.31 +25,9
VanguardA 9.96 +.26 +24.0,
Wasatch:
CoreGrlh 42.97 +1.13 +13.3
SmCapGdh 38.7 +1.32 +16.6
WeStz Funds:
ParlVal 23.36 +.32 +3.3.
Value n 36.35 +.48 +3.1
Wells Fargo Ad Adm: .
Index 51.54 +90 +11.1
Wells Fargo Adv A:
AsetAllA 20.45 +.24 +9.4
Wells Fargo Adv:
CmSlkZ 22.98 +.52 +22.2
GovSecn .10.43 -.06 +1.9
Growthlnvn 22.41 +.66 +22.1
Opplntylnvin 46.90 +.62 +15.9
SCapValZ'p 32.42 +.83 +27:6
UltSImr 9.14 .. +3.6
Wells Fargo Admln:
DvirsEq I 3921 +.79 +14.0
Grthalin 29.94 +.49 +10.7
LgCoGrl 49.52 +.66 +13.3
Westernm Asset:
CorePlus 10.40 -.06 +2.5
Core 11.23 -.07 +2.3
Westport Funds:
SeloclCpl 25.50 +,62 +16.9
William Blair N:
GrowthN 11.64 +.23 +18.2
InctGIhN 26.92 +1.00 +33.2
Yacktman Funds:
Fundp 15.13 +.33 +4.3


FUTURES









Promotional information from the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce


SUNDAY


(hbmber


(onnection


JANUARY 29, 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 Diion ..... ............Central Florida State Bank
Treasurer
John Barnes.. ......................... J&K Consultants
Richard Bradtmuller .................. Publix Supermarket
Joyce Brancato ......... Seven Rivers Regional Medical Center
Pete Burrell ..........................Citrus County Chronicle
C.L. Calloway ..................Withlacoochee River Electric
Jim R. Crosley........................Rusaw Homes Inc.
Charles E. Davis ..............Charles E. Davis Funeral Home
Dick Dolbow. ................ Citrus County School District
Mike Fitzpatrick ...............................Sprint
Jim Harvey ..............Central Florida Community College
Rocky Hensley .................SunTrust Bank, Nature Coast
Mike Mloberley .......................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
Janet Yant ......... ........................JDP Kennel


Chamber Staff

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

Inverness .......... . ..... .. ......... . ... 726-2801
Homosassa ............ ................. .. .628-2666
Crystal River ............ . ................. 795-31.49


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JIM SHIELDS/Special to there CChor.i:ie
Recently, the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce welcomed new member Teri Paduano of Century 21 J.W. Morton Real Estate Inc.
with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Pictured above, from left, are: Reyna Bell, chamber ambassador; Roseann Strawn, chamber ambassa.
dor; Renee Melchionne, chamber ambassador; Larry Blanken, chamber ambassador: Chuck Morgan, chamber ambassador; Ten
Paduano, licensed real estate associate; Jim Morton, broker; David Heinz, chamber ambassador; Rhonda Lestinsky, chamber ambas*
sador; Lillian Smith, chamber ambassador; John Porter, chamber ambassador; and Kandy Kremnetz, chamber ambassador. Teri Paduano
invites you to call her for all of your real estate needs. She is a new home specialist and can be reached at 212-1446. The office address
is 1645 W. Main St., Inverness and Teri's e-mail is tpaduano@tampabay.rr.com.


Member News


Helping Hospice


Special to the Chronicle
The Citrus Newcomers Club recently made a donation to Hospice
of Citrus County. From left are: LeRoy Rooks, public relations man-
ager for Hospice of Citrus County, and Shirley Johnson and Judy
Gray, co-presidents of the Citrus Newcomers Club.


m o


Lucifer, the resident hip-
popotamus, at HOMOSASSA,
SPRINGS WILDLIFE STATE
PARK celebrated his 46th
birthday with a special event
Thursday, Jan. 26..
The Wildlife Care
Department presented Lu with
his own birthday cake.
Children in the first through
third grades at Homosassa
Elementary School attended
the party to help Lu celebrate
his birthday.
Volunteer George Schulz
played "Happy Birthday" on
the accordion. Park volunteers
provided cupcakes for the
schoolchildren.
Lyle Shook of the Nature
Coast Wood Carvers presented
the park with a wood carving of
Lu, he completed during the
past year. He painted the wood
carving of the hippopotamus
after completing it.
Al Ingraham, manager of
Homosassa Tire, donated a
new tractor tire for Lu to play
with.
The Red Hat Ladies of El
Dorado Estates brought Lu


some of his favorites: water-
melon and cantaloupes.
Lu, an African hippopota-
mus, was born Jan. 26, 1960, at
San Diego Zoo. He weighed 90
pounds at birth and now
weighs about 6,000 pounds.
He is a vegetarian and con-
sumes 15 pounds of alfalfa hay,
four scoops of herbivore diet
and a five-gallon bucket of veg-
etables and fruit daily.
He was a star of movies and
television as part of Ivan Tors
Animal Actors troupe.
Some of his credits include
the movies "Daktari" and
"Cowboy in Africa," and televi-
sion specials such as "The Jack
Linkletter Show" and "Herb
Alpert Special."
Lu also starred in a Union
Carbide commercial during
which he attested to the
strength and durability of this
product by tossing a tire
around.
His best friend used to be a
donkey named Susie (also a
member of the Ivan Tors
Animal Actors) and when the
attraction needed to move the


.hippopotamus,. they would
bring the donkey out and he
would follow her anywhere.
The Ivan Tors Animal Actors
used the attraction as a winter
home for its animals in the late
1960s.
When the Florida Park
Service purchased the attrac-
tion, the state planned to find
homes for the exotic species
including Lu.
The Citrus County Chronicle
heard from a number of resi-
dents who didn't want to see Lu
moved. They began a letter-
writing campaign encouraging
their readers to write in and let
them know whether they were
favor or opposed to finding
another home for the hip-.
popotamus.
Responses were overwhelm-
ing in favor of Li staying at the
park The local newspaper sent
the letters to then-Governor.
Lawton Chiles.
As a result, he declared Lu
an honorary citizen of the state
of Florida and said he was enti-
tled to -spend the rest of his
days at the park.
MEN
The second Annual Trash &
Treasure Sale of the CRYSTAL


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Margaret Messina, artist and
owner ofMELLOARTS, held a
contest in conjunction with her
show on WYKE TV.
Local artists painted a ver-
sion of their favorite state. The
winners (pictured below) were:
first place, Jan Edwards with
her painting of Vermont; and
second place, Woody Jennings


RIVER POWER. SQUADRON
and the Nereids, the ladies
organization connected within
the Power Squadron, will b6
Saturday, Feb. 11.
Find your treasure from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. at 845 N.E. Third
Ave., Crystal River,, rain or
shine.

The associates and staff of
RE/MAX REALTY ONE ar6
pleased to announce the recent
addition of Sally Cure to theij
team in Citrus County.
Sally is a veteran agent and
multimillion-dollar produced'
in the west Citrus County mar-
ketplace. '
She specializes in the
Sugarmill Woods community
where she lives.
Sally is an active golfer, who
enjoys playing on the many
courses this community has to
offer.
As a dedicated professional,
she is respected in her market-
place for her knowledge and
ability in marketing Sugarmill,
properties.
Sally invites all of her
friends and customers to visit
her in the Crystal River office
of RE/MAX Realty One.


with his painting of New York.i
Mello Arts offers lessons and
has paintings for sale. Please
contact Margaret for more
information at 382-3557. The
winning paintings from the
contest can be seen at th
Citrus County Chamber of
Commerce Crystal River
office.


Special to the Chronicle
Woody Jennings, left, and Jan Edwards pose with their winning
paintings. The two were winners in, the Mello Arts competition in
which artists painted a version of their favorite state.


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Promotional information from the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce





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Annual awards luncheon is Feb. 10


' The Board of Directors of the Citrus
,County Chamber of Commerce would like
`to invite all of our members to attend our
ZAnnual Awards Luncheon on Feb. 10 at
the Citrus Hills Golf & Country Club.
^ The following awards will be given:.
S Charles B. Fitzpatrick Award -
ZCriteria: This award is presented to an
%individual who has, over a lifetime of serv-
rice and community involvement, made a
significant impact on the quality of life in
Citrus County.
S Rick Quinn Distinguished Citizen
-'Award Criteria: This award is present-'
;.ed to a deserving "low-profile" community
,leader, who exemplifies the ideals of com-'
:munity volunteerism in their daily lives.
,This award recognizes his or her out-
standing contributions; to improve the


quality of life in Citrus County.
Dr. O.J01 Humphries Community
Service Award Criteria: This award'
goes to an individual adult who has con-
tributed significantly to the education of
the youth in Citrus County through volun-
teer work
Outstanding Community Organization
Award Criteria: This is 'awarded to a
nonprofit organization that has signifi-
cantly sustained its contribution to Citrus
County though the years.
Outstanding Community Business
Award Criteria: The award goes to a
business in Citrus County that has signifi-
cantly sustained its contributions through
the years to the community through its
supportL
JL. Hassel Award Criteria: This


award is presented to an individual or
business that has given significant support
to the chamber of commerce..
Outstanding Leadership Citrus
Graduate Criteria: This is given to an.
individual graduate of the Leadership
Citrus Program who has lent his or her
leadership skills to the betterment of the
community.
Please.help us celebrate our outstand-
ing community leaders by making your
reservations today for the luncheon.
Reservations are REQUIRED and can
be made by calling 795-3149, 726-2801 or
628-2666.
We offer a special to thank you to the
sponsors of this fine event: Progress
Energy and SunTrust Bank.


Insurance benefits available for chamber members


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'ber. Pictured above, from left, front row, are: Jeff Rogers; Rhonda Lestinsky, chamber ambassador; Tom Rogers, owner; "Buttons;"
Debbie Rogers, owner; Arlene Cabana; Aaron Gottus; Tyler.Walsh; Michelle Parker; Kandy Kremnetz, chamber ambassador; and 'Nancy
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AMERICAN RmLY & NINV.MENTS
'ER A #1 TEAM IN CITRUS COUNTY

S. special to the Chronicle
ABOVE, LEFT: The Ellingsworths accept their winning prize from the ERA drawing at ERA American Realty & Investments in Homosassa.
-ABOVE, RIGHT: Drawing the winning name were Sarah Marx of the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce; Becky Norman, Realtor; Kelly
Gentry, Realtor; and Nancy Wilson, Realtor/broker-associate with ERA American Realty & Investments' Homosassa office. (Not pic-
tured is Debe Johns, Realtor.)


I Becky Norman, Kelly Gentry, Nancy
Wilson and Debe Johns would like to
Thank all who stopped by the ERAAMER-
;ICAN REALTY & INVESTMENTS booth
Lat the Manatee Festival in Crystal River
-to gather information about Citrus
.County real estate, and registered to win
,the lovely basket. The prize was hand-


Woven by Debe Johns and contained,
among other items, four tickets to the
Homosassa Springs. Wildlife State. Park, a
half-day boat rental oh the Crystal River
and a gift certificate for lunch in
Inverness.
The delighted. winner was Barb
Ellingsworth of Inverness. The basket was


presented to her at the Homosassa office
of ERA American Realty & Investments at
1675 S Suncoast Blvd. (Highway 19).
If you or someone you know is in need of
expert real estate advice, don't hesitate to
call one of these professional Realtors at
(352) 795-3144. Ask for Becky, Kelly, Nancy
or Debe.


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Business DIGEST


Technology alliance Cooperative connects
slates mixer 200,000th member


Tne Citrus Information
Technology Alliance (CITA) will
have an "After-hours Mixer" spon-
sored by Citrus Networking
Solutions Group from 5:30 to 7
p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 9, at
Champs Software in Crystal River.
CITA's mixer is an opportunity for
interested persons to meet others
in the IT (information technology)
profession in a relaxed and non-
competitive atmosphere.
For more information about the
group or to attend the mixer, con-
tact Lisa Dwyer at 795-2000
Pernu named to
advisory council
Citrus Equipment President and
Gravely Partner
Plus Dealer Ted
Pemu, has been
selected to the
Ariens Co. 2006
Dealer Advisory
Council (DAC).
Members of
the DAC board
are considered Ted
dealer experts Pernu
and advisers for
the company and represent more
than 4,000 dealers from all over
North America. The mission of the
DAC is to provide directional sup-
port, input based on working.
knowledge and wisdom born of
experience on a wide range of
issues pertaining to the industry
and the Ariens Co./Gravely dealer
partnerships.
The DAC meets,twice each year
and topics of discussion include
products, pricing, service, warranty
policies and quality.
Established in,1984, Citrus
Equipment is the region's outdoor,
power equipment dealer. In addi-
tion to providing the landscape pro-
fessional with a wide variety of pre-
mium tools and equipment, the
sales and service dealership has
products available for the home-
owner, construction industry and
agriculture market.


Withlacoochee River Electric
Cooperative connected its
200,000th member recently. The
cooperative began providing elec-
tric service to portions of West
Central Florida in 1947.
"This is a significant milestone
for our organization," said Billy E.
Brown, vice president and general
manager of the cooperative.
"A few of us can remember the
first few members connected to
this system," said Brown, a 50-year
employee.
The first member of the coopera-
tive was the Neil Law family who
lived in a once-quiet area of then-
small Hemando County. "My dad
Neil was then the sheriff, and I can
remember the day those REA guys
turned on the lights! We had six
light bulbs, three downstairs and
three upstairs," said Neil Law Jr.
"The first line to the Laws' house
was constructed by contract crews,
as we didn't have enough employ-
ees to do it ourselves," said Brown.
"Things have changed quite a bit
for our cooperative that now has
459 full-time employees."
Withlacoochee River Electric
Cooperative provides service to
200,000 members in portions of
Pasco, Hernando, Citrus, Sumter
and Polk counties and is headquar-
tered in Dade City.
Stephenson recertified
by clinical board
F. Douglas Stephenson has
been recertified as a board-certified
diplomat in clinical social work
(BCD), a national credential issued
to advanced practitioners by the
American Board of Examiners in
Clinical Social Work.
BCD recertification is annual and
is based on the attainment of spe-
cific levels of continuing education,
currency of practice and mainte-
nance of state licensure in good
standing.
Stephenson conducts a private
psychotherapy and counseling
practice at 6212 W. Corporate


Oaks Drive, Crystal River. He
received his graduate education at
The University of Chicago, is
licensed in Flonda and has provid-
ed mental-emotional health care
services to individuals, couples and
families in Citrus County since
1990.
Abitare Paris Salon
welcomes new stylists
Heather Kline recently joined
Abitare Pans Salon's Hair design
team.
She is a Crystal River native,
and a top graduate within her cos-
metology class.
Her career inspi-
ration stems from
family friend.
David Slaven, a
renowned
Versace hairstyl-
ist, whose work
has included
Heather many high-profile
Kline celebrities.
Kline's own tal-
ents with cutting techniques enable
her to achieve the latest hair styles
in the beauty and fashion industry.
Her expertise in multidimensional
color, through style-specific place-
ment, adds flair and a fresh
approach to her creative styles.
Kline is proud of her accomplish-
ment of becoming a certified Aveda
hair color specialist.
Jennifer Rieger has also joined
the Abitare Paris Salon hair design
team.
Originally from Michigan, she
grew up in a family of barbers and
cosmetologists.
Her love for
beauty and art
developed early
in life. Now a
cosmetologist
herself, Rieger
enjoys all
aspects of hair
design. She Jennifer
enjoys bringing Rieger
out a look that's
individual, from soft and natural to
bold and daring, specialized color
for each guest to define his or her


own style.
By continually expanding her
skill in the beauty industry through
hands-on instruction, Rieger estab-
lishes her talent in hair design as
an art form. Her latest includes
instruction by Pivot Point Forum,
applying the art of visual connec-
tions, and John Sahag s dry hair
cutting systems. Rieger also is an
Aveda certified hair color specialist.
Abitare Paris Day Spa & Aveda
Concept Salon welcomes both styl-
ists' tremendous talents.
Will Construction
returns from show
Will Construction attended the
International Builders Show in
Orlando recently.
With 1,600 exhibitors, there was
a multitude of opportunities to keep
abreast of the many new items that
help make a house a home in
today's ever-changing world. Will
Construction also attended a num-
ber of the more than 200 educa-


tional classes offered at this four-
day event.
"There was so much to learn,"
said Dianne Booker, office manag-
er. "We focused on lifestyle .enrich-
ment, in keeping with our commit-
ment to remain up to date on con-
cepts and products to help us meet
our clients' wanIs and needs."
Masut named to
President's Club
Lawrence A. Masut, a vice presi-
dent of investments and financial
adviser at the 2101 S.E. U S. 19,
Crystal River, office of Raymond
James & Associates inc., has been
named to the firm's 2006
President's Club in recognition of
proven dedication to his clients and
a continued desire for professional
growth, according to Dennis W.
Zank, president of Raymond
James & Associates.
President's Club honors are pre-
sented only to those financial
advisers who have demonstrated


extraordinary commitment to per-
sonalized client service.
Masut, who joined Raymond
James in 1996, has more than nine
years of experience in the financial
services industry and has earned.
the designations of wealth man-
agement specialist and retirement
planning specialist. He offers a
comprehensive range of invest-
ment and financial planning alter-
natives for individuals and busi-
nesses.
Raymond James & Associates,
which has buill a national reputa-
tion during the past 43 years as a
leader in financial planning for indi-
viduals, corporations and munici-
palities, is a wholly owned sub-
sidiary of Raymond James
Financial Inc., a financial services
holding company. Through its three
broker/dealer subsidiaries,
Raymond James Financial has
more than 5,000 financial advisers
serving 1.3 million accounts in
2,100 locations.


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trol how they perform their
work. In the eyes of most gov-
ernment agencies, a worker is
an employee unless you can
prove otherwise.
Avoid setting a pattern of
daily or weekly work hours die-
tated by your business needs.
Contractors control when and
where they work In addition,
they usually do not have a per-


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built a temperature-controlled&
room in his garage and, then
learned that he can't use it for'
tempering the chocolate,
although he can use the room
for storage of the finished
chocolates.
However, if you can't make
the chocolate, then you can't
have a chocolate-making busi-
ness.
To remedy that, he is current-
ly seeking to rent space in .a
local restaurant kitchen, which


manent or continuing relation-
ship, and have time; to pursue
other clients. Your compensa-
tion plan should be on a per-
job basis, not on a weekly or
monthly time frame.
Since contractors are paid to
complete a set project or task,.
they may bring in others to
assist at their discretion on'
their payroll. The contractors
should use their own.tools and
technology, as well as the
responsibility for any: incre-
mental expenses.
You cannot fire a contractor


can only be used during otf-
restaurant hours in between
his three "day" jobs: working
two days a week in bell services
for Disney World resorts, as a
dishwasher at Emily's restau-
rant in Homosassa and as a
baker at Pond's wholesale bak-
ery in Inverness.,
Don't ask him when he,
sleeps.
He and his wife are deter-
mined, however To stay in'the
United States, under an. E-2
investor's visa, they' are
required to grpw their business
and employ two or' three
Americans within five years,or
they must return to Belgium,


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if they meet their contract'
specifications within the time
allotted for the required
results. Legally, you cannot
include them under any insur-
ance or benefits coverage
established for employees.
Contractors are subject to
making a profit orloss based
on their skills and expertise.
Your payments for services
rendered should be invoiced
and documented through for-
mal billing practices.
Before you agree to an inde-
pendent, contractor relation-


"In five years, anything can
change," Rooms said.
So far, their idea has caught
the attention of the Citrus
County Chamber of Conmierce.
At Russo's suggestion, Rooms
offered to provide sample
chocolates as favors for the 200.
people who would be attending.
the November luncheon, which
was sponsored by the
Chronicle; he proposed to
make chocolates with the
Chronicle logo.
That was on a Thurday at 2
p.m. and he needed to deliver
them by 10 aim. the next day. So,
he and Schneider worked all.
night and got them to the lunch-


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ship, carefully consider the
pros and cons. You could be
liable for costly back employ-
ment taxes and penalties for
errors of misclassifying the
workers involved
Freelance independent con-
tractors are aggressive busi-
ness operators who constantly
look for \%ork to fill their time.
You should carefully review
standard business require-
ments before establishing a.
relationship.
Be especially cautious with a
new start-up contractor with-


eon site in time
Recently, the State of Florida
gave Rooms approval to sell to
the Homosassa 'Springs
;Wildlife State Park,
"Now we're waiting for them
to place an order," he said.
"I have a good eye and ear for
identifying good ideas," Russo
said, "and I thought this was a
fantastic idea."
They're also working on cre-
ating a Web site so they can do
Internet sales.
"This is what we will do.until
we can afford something of our
own, a store," Schneider said.
"That's what we hope to have
someday"


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EDWARD JONES 3.49 3.55 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 4.15 4.15 4.35 4.35 4.55 4.55 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.


out a past record tor qualifying
their work quality and per-
formance.
Needless to say, you must
obtain sound advice before you
proceed. Discuss details with
your accountant and legal advi-
sol.
If you are in need of help to
discuss your considerations.
SCORE can be an excellent
resource for you.
SCORE is a nonprofit organi-
zation of more than 10,500 vol-
unteer business counselors
who provide free, confidential


CHALLENGE
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of the TV and marketing that
surrounded the event."
For sure, challenger-
world.comn boasts of the events
and accommodations in Citrus
County.
While the only so-called pub-
lic event occurred at


services to small business own-
ers. Call 621-0775 to arrange a
meeting with a SCORE coun-
selor
If you are interested in
becoming a SCORE member to
volunteer as a business coun-
selor or administrative assis-
tant, contact Bob Radcliffe at
621-0775.


Ralph Russo is the past
chairman and founder of'
SCORE chapter No. 646.

Whispering Pines Park, com-
petitors also enteredd into the
Withlacoochee State Forest.
Holcim US Ranch and on to
the Cr.stal River.
Craven said she hasn't seen
the program, but Challenger
World is sending her footage
and DVDs that she may use for
marketing purposes.
"We entered into this." she
said, "to showcase Citrus
County to the world."


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Village Cadillac-Toyota-Scion
2005 Employee

of the Year

Tim Peterson
In Recognition of Outstanding
Performance and Complete Dedication
of our Organization and Customers.
Tim, along with his wife, Kathy, and twelve year old son,
Christopher, have lived in Florida for eleven years. They
moved here from Chicago, Illinois where Tim was a Police
Officer for many years. Tim has over five years experience
associated with automotive sales in Citrus County and is
employed at Village Cadillac Toyota Scion in Homosassa.
When Tim is not at the dealership, he enjoys spending
quality time with the family no matter what they are doing.

Come in and visit Tim and see why he
was given the Employee of the Year
Award for Outstanding Service!
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Credit union relocates


Speciaii o i.e Chronicr e
Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union recently relocated its Inverness branch, previously at
1777 W. Main St. (State Road 44). to 2367 E. Gulf-to-Lake Highway in the Wal-Mart and
Lowes shopping plaza. The 4,100-square-foot branch, staffed by 10 employees, features a
walk-up ATM and a drive-up ATM, as well as five drive-through lanes. Suncoast Schools FCU
is open from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and from 8:30 a.m. until 6 p.m.
Friday. At the relocation event were, from left: Linda Rodgers, Craig Simpson, Donna Simpson,
Blanche Mogus, Robyn Coleman. Kimberly Wild, George Mogus, Susan Johnson, Tom Dorety,
David White, Clark Smith and Tara Farcia.


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CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


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puppys Imale 1fm very
cute will be. fairlylg,
'dogslst shots 726-7106
2 Free Pet Rablts (not
for eating) to good
. h,;,* e I r lk I .O.r~tl
(352) 220-6208
,nr Carnc..- uied r. &
cc'u':r. Cu :rlir,r
(352) 527-7119
COMMUNITY SERVICE
The Path Shelter Is
available for people.
.h.. need f.: :er.e
irr.-r c.:,rrr-.ur.,r,
(352) 527-6500 or
(352) 746-9084
Leave Message
Free Beagle
Female, spayed, shots. -
E .er,1r.ir,., :u,',-r.l -I o
,:1,:.,, .*..,n C h I-, r,
(352) 628-0682
FREE GROUP
COUNSELING
,, D c.,e. l.:.r, -r,.,er,
(352) 637-3196 or
628-3831
FREE PATIO SET Table
J cnairar ... "u:rIor,>
COMPUTER Wood DESK.
(352) 628-6175
r FREE REMOVAL OF
r 1,:,.'.ert molrorC:cLes.
Cai1 -[. I l* kl:
.' wr'eeelers 62*-2084

Humane Society
of Inverness
No kill shelter
352-344-5207
Requested
Donations

All petl
: spayed 'neutered,
heartrorm check,
luek. test, Rabies and
all vaccines

old c rtah,.JI.,
lo b r .i m' i.-1 J
Ia'.err r,.:.ur-d rTl. J'
Si" .j. 795-1684
S.3,p; rr, 344-5207
628-5224


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168
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? .-u, '. 1684
KITEtlE' PURRFECT PETS
re.'i.J, r.;.r pr: rrno erit



he,- ., ge,:.- hn:.rr.e
(352; 476-5457 after 5p


Requested donations
are tax deductible

Need help rehoming
a pet call us
Adoptive homes
available for small
dogs .
Requested donations
are tax deductible
Pet Adoption
Saturday, February 4,
9:30 am 12:30 pm
Barrington Place Rt
486 Lecanto


,oun.g cai 2.
628-4200
'.arr, of ages and
colors 746-6186
Siamese 8yrs F
declawed; Persian M
6yrs Orange/Cream
declawed

PC.,.l1 J1r .1 r-.rred
horr,e .:,rni, 527-9050
Catahoula leopard
Kerr F21/2 yrs ohly
petk-fenced yard
795-1957
Pomeranian M 9yrs
retired home
563-0570

All pets are spayed/
neutered, cats tested
for leukemia/alds,
dogs are tested for
heart worm andall
shots .are current.


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
















REAL ESTATE CAREER
| Sales Lic. Class, I
' CITRUS REALESTATE I
I SCHOOL, INC.
" (352)795-0060. 6

Writers Wonted il:r
,ritiqijci/ We,>,r,.:,(.,
'3r.:.Jr (352) 746 3970

S"MR ClLRUSCOUNTY
^sBart/14/06.


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


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ATTRACTIVE SWF
seeking male
companion. Candi,
352-628-1036
NEED FREE ELECTRIC
WHEELCHAIR donation
for woman who lost
ervbnralin a nhoue


L-I

Arabic Language
Teacher wanted for
private, lessons Beginner
Call 746-5923
FREE PIITBULLS TO
good homes, all
spayed neutered,
vaccines current.
Call 628-5224

GROCERIES I x WEEK
I / to see what day I
. go to your
favorite store.
U Specialty errands. I
| Call Debble @
(352) 220-6127




SAVE $$$ ON 2 PLOTS
2 vaults & Marker Base
in Fero's Honor Section
(843) 670-3057
Stained Glass Niche
w/plaque, Fero Mem.
Grdns $2,500/ obo.
(352) 228-1988


-BE
NANNY
Needed full time, not
live In position.
352-613-5396



SAAA EMPLOYMENT
MEDICAL BILLER -$8
.More Exp. more money
CNA
$7.25
Co. will train!
SALES COM
Set own hrsi
FAM.SERV. $9.50 Draw
Needs Expjl
Call for Appt. 795-2721
i.


Bookkeeper with at
least 2 yrs. experience
r I.:.drnil0 ; t uin
er..ir:.nmenr.
Knowledge of Quick
Books is a must.
".i- p.-r ,ear
Appi, ai1 Hilighls Inc,
4177 N. Citrus Ave.,
Crystal River, FL 34428
(352)564-8830
JOBS GALORE!!!
www.AAA
EMPLOYMENT.NET
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
OFFICE ASSISTANT/
TUTOR
Ability to tutor children,
all ages, good people
skills, Computer exp.
Good phone skills,
detail oriented & able
to multi-task. P/T
Fax Resume to:
(352) 560-0016
PART TIME
Clerical/Bookkeeping
Person Should Have
Go,:.a C.rr.pujer Skills.
QGuI:. 6i f-r' I
Exp. BeverlyHills Area
(,352)746-9962
RECEPTIONIST
ASSISTANT

l1r. 5 ,-d.o erp.
(352) 344-2155

SECRETARY
Moderately difficult
secretarial work.
Handles
correspondence,
maintains filing
system, answers
telephone, types staff
reports and other
documents, prepares
public notices and
newspaper ads.
Graduation from an
accredited high
school or possession.
of an equivalency
certificate. Minimum
six months
experience.
performing
secretarial/clerical
duties. Working,
knowledge of the
Microsoft Office Suite
of Products.

Starting Pay $9.99
hourly. Excellent
benefits.
Apply at the
Citrus County Human
Resource Office,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path; Suite 283,
Lecanto, FL 34461
no later than Friday,
February 3,2006,
EOE/ADA



Barber
Barber


Busy Barber Shop needs
someone with exp. Call,
(352) 564-8436'
after 6:00pm
F/T HAIR STYLIST
Immediate
Opening
, Up to $8.50 hr to start.
Call Cindy: 637-7244

Family Barber Salon
BARBER/
COSMETOLOGIST
Full timel Clipper Cuts
a Must Color/Perms
Nails a PlisI Bonus
Incentives, Vac., etc.
352-628-2040
HAIR DRESSER
WANTED
Labellas Hair & Nail
Salon (352) 341-5043





















Hair


CAREGIVER/
ASSISTANT

2/3 Days a wk. Lt.
Housekpng, secretarial,.
errands, etc. Depend,
local work ref, own .
trans, 495 area. Pass
sec. & bkgrnd ck. Fax
SResume W/ all pers.
Into., (352) 564-0733
HOUSEKEEPER
Needed Tues. & Thurs.
10-3, Uve near 495. Pass
sec. & bkgrnd ck. Fax
Resume w/ all pers.
Info. (352) 564-0733









UCENSED PRACTICAL
NURSE .
XFulI 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.
Coll for into al:
(352) 527-3332
ext. 1317
M F 8:30 AM -4:30 PM
SM/F/VET/HP
E.O.E. Drug Free
SWorkplace

$ 2500 $
SIGN ON
BONUS FOR
LPN/RN
*Competitive pay
based on exp.
*Generous extra -
shift bonus & shift dif.
*Paid vacation after
90 days
Also accepting:
applications for

CNA'S
Rare opportunity for
DAY SHIFT
Also 11-7 Opening
Contact Geri Murphy,
Health Center @
Brentwood
352-746-6600
ext; #8587
EOE D/V/M/F
Drug-free facility








of Citrus County
a Skilled Facility has
openings for:

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

ASSISTANT
DIRECTOR
OF NURSING
A long-term care SNF
In the Leesburg area
Seeks an
experienced
ADON to join our
Professional staff.
2 yrs + exp. as
RN In Supervisory
position,
strong clinical skills,
LTC exp. preferred
Top Salary & Benefits
To apply, please
CALL (800)704-3949
or e-mail resume to
Work4usl8@aol.com

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


BayCare Home
S Car'eRN
Full Time
Salaried Position

Come join our
S growing team
We are seeking a FT
I RN for home visits In I
Citrus County. No
home care
experience required,
will train. We offer an
e .:ellar1I sal,3o r ,. ar
t.rrinrFaiacl'oge I
I Please call Mary at
(352) 795-4495, or .
lax your resume to
L (352) 795-1914 1


Come Grow With Usi


HOS{CE'


Join our team
of caring
professionals
Inpatient Facility
Manager
E ip in IH .t -:LF
Administration
Certifi.: atlh re quiredj
RN's
3-. 11 l .1,F CI.lH U it
PT S'3 12 nr zhrlts '
wv. din'irerni3l
Hospice House
FT C':.rlriuu.:'u Care
LPN's
PT S/S 7p-7a
w/dlfferential
CMH Unit
S PCA's
P-S.'S 12' I-. 'p.7p a
...'dineter~ ll.3
Hospice House
CNA & HHA Req.
Social Workers
FT Field Staff
Chaplain
FT Field Staff
Apply Today
Telephone:
S352.527.2020
Fax: 352.527.9366
i thacher@hosplce
ofcitruscounty.org
Hospice of Citrus
County.-,
P.O. Box 641270
SBeverly Hills. Fl 34464
hosplceof
citruscounty.org .
dwf/eoe,


Continuous.
Quality
Improvement
Opportunities

Citrus Memorial
Health System, the
community's
preferred resource for'
acute care, Is excited
about our plans for a
healthy future
Patient Core
COoraInator
Selected candidate
,1i a'oe5. plar,
IrTplei ,ert.
coordirnoe rmonictorii '
on.'i .aljaol parierr.r
health needs and
resources, available:
perform Utilization
iP.ie.'., funcr ior.,;
Ori'a Oiist .lihh
discharge planning
and arranging'
appropriate
post-hospital services.
Preferred require-
ments include current
FL RN or LPN license;
experience with utill-
zation review/case
management: and
certification
Accreditation
Medical Record
Technician or In
Utilization Review or
Case Management.

Financial
Information
Coordinator
Selected candidate
will call for pre-
ce'rtification of
inpatient commer-
cial Insurances;
provide discharge
data and prepare
reports. Qualified
Individual will possess
a high school
diploma, strong
computer and typing
skills, and good
communication/
organizational skills.
Associate's degree In
Medical Record
Technology
preferred.
For more Information,
and to view other
career opportunities,
visit us online at
www.cltrusmh corn
EOE



LITRUS MEMORIAL
+ ,y,"&9.+,,


DENTAL
: ASSISTANT.
CDAwanted for 4 day .
,week in busy, caring den-
tal office; good benefits,
strong, cohesive team
- that provides great serv-
ice to our patients! Fax re-
sume to 352-628-9199

DENTAL ASSISTANT
2 days, Busy Inverness
practice.
E>ptrien.:ed onrl,
Fax Rfesuumr to.
(352) 726-6893

DENTAL
ASSISTANT
Crystal River

HYGIENIST
ir.erii r -


S500 Slan-On Bonus
'lioab IFor B.l-l .

'.oa:t L-r, lti ,herl
e :ellert compen:a.
i\r, or c',r eneilt
1Catl 1i-"'COST-' 17
e,1 ilc, .or to'
rt-ume, Ito
,'Cl3) 2a'?:.4'XiJ
ru,.-Fee Vvckplrac

COAST
DENTAL

Dialysis
Opportunities
Fresenius Medical
Care.
.e i'ir,,[. i't i LPII
PCT s or Inverres.
Dialysis Center, Exp.
Spreierire Will train
imoll.alet rejlpclei
,rnal.idual: E :eIller.T
reneni; El~if,
Medical "5'ss:tanl
bac'grc.unr ,c0 plu,
for PC Apply; FMC of
Inv. 1510 Hwy. 41 N.,
Inverness, FL
(352) 637-0500 or fax
resume: (352)
726-9199 Attn: Jody

DIETARY AIDE
Cme ,:.ln a aIrel
t, leoam rl
how acceplin.;
application. P1 Dao
or Ev.'erln. shirt
Epp preierread.
Apply in person:
Arbor Trail Rehab
611 Turner Camp Rd
InvernEss, FL
EOE

DIETARY AIDE
Full Time
Competitive starting
pay. Good benefit
Z ,cclae '
dall.Jobline at
.352-291-7707
TlmberRidge
Nursing & Rehab
98J8 S W. i 10r. St.
Ocala
ECE. DFWP

Endoscopy G.I.
RN

Full time with benefits,
Day lime niour'.
Fay resume to
352-563-2961

* Experienced
Person Needed

In 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.

EXPERIENCED
PHLEBOTOMIST
FT for busy Dr's office
$$ Good benefits $$
Fax resume to
352-746-6333



STMC


FRONT OFFICE
COORDINATOR
For a busy pyhsical
therapy clinic. Data
entry skills required.
Medical office
experience required.
Strong organizational
&scheduling skills a
must Seeking
Individuals who can
multi-task, are
computer literate,
can work
Independently and
have strong customer
service sk!!bi.
Compelitive pay &
benefits. Fax or email
your resume for
consideration to
Fax: 1-800-610-9680
or 1-352-382-0212
vboltoni@
therapymgmt.com


F\T M-F, 2:30 pm 10:00 pm and 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.
Apply at the Key Training Center
Human Resource Dept., or call
. '(D '341-4633- ',;' *


Environmental
Services
eI:l3, rlandate
l..I"l :,5e '-r .ri, e i-,r
cleaning and
a3r.illzing. r-.-no.Irn ,
wa rts ".lCkirng g
5upplle:' ell. ir.ng
line,n mar:ir.g bed
ar,- .irelchers I.1,.
ope rte riocr
macr.irs i e Outei,5
hcuUeT, cleanerr
,'.ar.aid. leI v.lll
pou.eiS a niq. s.,rao.:.l
doplocma or GED'

NUTRITIONAL
SERVICES
Selec ci candiaale
.mll per r rri, er:llle,3
autres isntrahon
caitelerio er.l,:e.s
stood preo anrd
ilcj ,l.irg 'uaIlic-,3
candidate will
Fp -...eL o rigri ,c r.col
dic lomao 01 CED Cs
ell ao thie Ocbllir tc,
iea'a ana ,,re
lequite ; sorsiiIri
ar.a '.alllrg w '-t tG
Sthe shift..
For more orfI-rT, alinr,
ar e 1 lew oirnter
career opprn.turlitii
,1irt ui orline al
www citrusmh cam
EOE


CITRUS MEMORAI.



PT DIETARY
POSITIONS
AVAILABLE,
Must be able to work .
flexible hours, am, pm
shifts.'some cooking
exp. relprul Out.il ,
train right person.
Oni, hard w'C.r.ig
irouS. mrin,-ded
persor, nee joppi>.
Apply at:,
S Cypress Cove,
SCare Center
700 SE 8th Avenue
Crystal River, FL 34429
EOE/DFWP


Thank you for giving us

the privilege of providing

your family's healthcare
Inquire aboui 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
Physical Therapist
Echo Tech (per diem)
Radiology Tech/Mammography
Radiology Tech/CT
Medical Technologist
Histology Technician
Chemistry Supervisor
EMT/Paramedic (per diem)
Security Officer (per diem)
Switchboard Operator (per diem)
Inquire about our sign-on bonus for
select positions!
SRRMC is part 6f 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 Macaulay@srrmc.hma-corp.com y
Web Site: www.srnnc.comn fi
EOE/DRUG FREE WORKPLACE ,,noo..slo

SE VEN RIVERS
REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
'655827


SUNDAY, JANUARY" 29, 2006 7D,


CLASSIFIEDS966


, place an ad, call 563-5966


Central Florida
Community College Is
seeking qualified
professionals for the ,
following positions:

Staff Assistant III
Career
Assessment CIr:
High school diploma
or equivalent req'd.
Prefer secretarial or
Office Management
training beyond
secondary school
level. 3/yrs
secretarial/clerical/
computer and typing
exp req'd. .
Close date 2/10/D6

PT Staff Assistant I
Enrollment Services-
CITRUS:
High school diploma
or equivalent req'd.
1/yr of secretarial/
clerical, computer,
and typing exp req'd.
A comparable'
amount of training
beyond high school
may be substituted
for this requirement.
Close date 2/10/06
Additional
Vacancies:
Seven Full Ttme
Faculty Vacancies
(168 Workdays/Yr,
Expected to fill
August 2006)
SPT Adjunct
Instructors for Ocala,
Citrus & Levy Campus
Staff Asst II-
Math & Science (FT)
For add'I Info go to:
www GoCFCC cornm
or call
(352) 873-5819
Mall application
& copy of
transcripts to:
H.R. Dept,
P.O. Box 1388,
Ocala, FL 34478-1388
CFCC Is an EE/AA
& DFWP Employer


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source!






Classifieds

fSlSI~m~HIR~~^


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5 cn Medical
i M I


AROUND.THE
CLOCK CARE
3 SHIFTS AVAILABLE
$20.00 Hour
Email Cdickmon'
Interlmhealthcare
.cornm
or Fax resume to
(352) 637-1176
or apply In person
Interim Health Care
320 S. Kensington
Ave. Lecanlo FI
34461


LPN PT
Every otherweekehd.
5am-2pm.

CNA'S FT & PT
ALL SHIFTS
; IIea. i.irng Facilir,
:ign or. bo.r.u l
Po, o aeo :.r. e6p
bene ril orler 60 do-is
.o:otl-.r. ; ner rvu
da., pDIl In Pe:.:.n
Brentwood Reliement
community
Commons Build.
1900 W. Alpha Cl.
Lecanto 352-746-6611
DFWP/EOE

LPN/MA
Doctor's office,
Pre.lou, orlho e,.D
req a Pleate mal
re6uTe iO Citrus
County Chronicle,
Blind Box 933M
1624 N. Meadowcrest
Blvd., Crystal River,
FL 34429

MA/Front Desk

On Call basis,
physicians office,
Dunnellon,
Fax resume
352-465-2451

Medical
Transcription/
Receptionist
Full time w/ benefits,
familiar with medical:
field a plus. Will train
for medical
transcription. Please
fax resume to
(352)341-1883.


Ic.n Medical]


EARN AS YOU LEARN
CNA Test Prep/CPR
Continuing Education
341-2311/cCell 422-3656:
AAAAAAAAA
NOW HIRING
CNA's/HHA's
Sign on Bonuses being
offered.
CALL LOVING CARE
(352) 860-0885

Registered
Medical Assistant
F.o,r F, T p,.:.rtr,.
Pi'e.oui ,O .Ck 'I.rf1,:-6
exp. req'd. Pleasant
work environment.
Exceh.pay w/ benefits
beginning after 90
days. Fax resume to:
35g-746-0720

REHAB

We are looking for
trne rigr.l ini l.idual1: -,
complimrnent the
ir.-r.ou:e rehat. i,.1on
In our Oeoullrul LTC
rac iri,
PRN SHIFTS-
flexible weekdays or
weekends
PT, PTA, OT,
OTA, SLP
NEW GRADS ARE
WELCOME.
We rnoae
excellent new
wage rates.
Quali.e in.ai.lJ1ua 115 .
,jh'o .re looking for
thal rien al,.
professional:
.atmosphere
may submit resumes.
t.'HP .Mana.-r
MARION HOUSE
HEALTH CARE
CENTER
3930 E. Silver
Springs Blvd.
Ocala, FL 34470
fax (352) 236-0888
e-mail: .
hr-marionaseniors
management corm
EOE

RN/LPN
11-7 Shift
Come join a great
team'
We offer excellent
benefits:
*J i, Heallh,
D-cral "'islcr,
.'ocaroriS/'.:k in~T.
Apply In person:
Arbor Trall Rehab
611 Turner Camp Rd
Inverness, FL
EOE

SURREY PLACE OF
LECANTO IS
ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS
FOR RN'S/LPN'S
FT, PT & PRN also
FT & PRN CNA's
& WARD CLERK'

We orrer par, Ior
e penence. r.ift
Oanereriali ona
weekernd oremiumr
pa, prj po.iillk.r..
recei e 25% pemiumrn
po, 'leo-.e appi,
Surrey Place
273OW Mrd
Knighlon Ct.
Lecanto, FL 34461

9 ** ********
CNA/HHA
S NEW ,
competitive pay
rates.
Email cdlckman'9
Interimhealthcare.
com or Fax
resume to (352)
637-1176 or
apply In person
Interim Health Care
320 S. Kensington
Ave. Lecanto FI
34461

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Exciting position for
expeericed RNin I
I gr.o/.inq 5F -.-.ian i
Care llealca Ormice.
I Great benti Iril
4011' Emall resume
to marvel@
- tampabay.rr.com -i


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
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our Cust:.mer Ser.ice
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In your area, by mall
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FL 2j585 roa'
55682 5 '777.r
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for experienced
Customer Service
representatives in our
Call Center at our
headquarters
located at:
330 S. US Hwy 30.1 In
Sumterville, Sumter
County.
Successful candi-
dates will have a HS
Diploma/GED and a
minimum of two years
experience In a
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Excellent telephone
customer service and
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skills required.
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depending on
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accepted from
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Stop Career Center
office in your area, by
mall to: SECO, Attn:
Customer Service
Consultant, P.O. Box
301, Sumterville, FL
33585, fax to:
352-568-7777, or email
to: secoiobs
secoenergy.com
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JUVENILE

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
Juvenile Corrections
Officer. Supervise and
maintain custody of,
male offenders in a
secure and
controlled
atmosphere. Must be
21, have a
satisfactory
background
screening and
complete required
training In .
accordance with DJJ
rules & regulations.
Apply in person at:
Cypress Creek
2855 WWoodland
Ridge Dr.
Lecanto, FL 34461


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
a SCHOOL PRINCIPAL,
Directs the overall
educational
program. Masters
Degree and
certification in
educational
leadership preferred.
Make a difference in
a teen's life.
Apply in person at:
I Cypress Creek
2855 W Woodland
1_-:.' 1. ft .l.:.t ,
or fjv rp-i' me to:

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JANUARY 29 2 O


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Donner
Photographic INC
Seeks mofltvtpd
individuals to jo n
our team

Photographers/
Sales
Full and part time
openings. No exp.
necessary with paid
training. We provide
all equipment
needed, mileage
reimbursement. May,
require overnight
stays. We are looking
for candidates who:
Can travel
throughout Central
Florida & South Fl.
'. Have reliable
personal vehicle
Are responsible
and reliable
Work well with
children and adults
a Have professional
appearance and
attitude
Work well with little
or no supervision .
.t Enjoy having a flex-
ible workschedule
Email: Briankcostanzo
@yahoo.com
Call 352-382-7456
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Land Agent
Experienced title
researcher/examiner
of public records in
real estate
transactions.
Knowledge and/or
S.'&,xerience of the
development and
implerm nation of
Municipal erv
Benefit
programs. Florida Title
Insurance License
and/or Florida Real
Estate License
preferred with three
years work
experience or five
years job related
experience. Must
have excellent
computer knowledge
and experience..

Starting'pay
$13.07 hourly.
Excellent benefits.
Apply at
Citrus County Office
of Human Resources,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 283,
Lecanto FL 34461
no later than Friday,
February 3, 2006.
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10%*O f f/is"Ad BOOKKEEPING & TAX
We accept all, PREP., personal or small
m ajo*c [" i business, efficient,
accurate & 6ii services.
ca rd Free Consultation.


26 YRS EXP. Tree Service
i -r,.:.. :1urrnp grind,
trim. Tom Donnelly. 'Lic
S:0183997 (352) 726-1875
A TREE SURGEON
SL Uc.&lns. Exp'd friendly
- serv. Lowest rates Free
estimates,352-860-1452
AFFORDABLE,
| DEPENDABLE, |
HAULING CLEANUP, j
I PROMPT SERVICE I
I Trash, Trees, Brush,
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All Tractor & Truck Work,
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S I. L:I ? Tree Cleaiir,.1
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.DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
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Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852
D's Landscape & Expert
Tree Svce Personalized
S design. Cleanups &
Bobcat work. Fill/rock &
Sod: 352-563-0272.
LAWNCARE-N-MORE
Lawns, Hedges, Trees,
Peds, 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
PAUL'S TREE &
CRANE SERVICE
-Serving All Areas.
S Trees Topped,
*'l. Trimmed, or
S Removed.
FREE ESTIMATES. I
I Licensed & Insured.
S(352)458-1014
R WRIGHT TREE SERVICE,
tree removal, stump
grind, trim, Ins.& Lic
S 0256879 352-341-6827
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COMPUTER i
TECH MEDICS
Hardware & Software
Internet Specialists
(352) 628-6688


vChris Satchell Painting
& Wallcovering.AII work
2 full coats.25 yrs. Exp.
Exc. Ref. Uc#001721/
Ins. (352) 795-6533
A-1 PAINTING Int/Ext
Res/Comm Satisfaction
guaranteed Lic29349
(352) 697-9427
All Phaze Construction
uvj.rI, pair,r .. -.
Cov3r' .,j rn r, JI j.4
352-586 1026 637-3632
B & J Home Care
PoIrting .,1 ir.I
Pi r :.,-jr _.o ,r.in -i
746-2347 or 465-0214
CHEAP/CHEAP/CHEAP
DP Pressure Cleaning
& Painting. Licensed &
Insured. 637-3765
FERRARO'S
PAINTING SERVICE
Interior, Exterior.
Free Estimates.
Senior Discount.
(352)465-6631
George Swedlige
Painting- Int./Ext,
Pressure Cleaning- Free
est. 794-0400 /628-2245
SGit' Er' Done Decks &
Docks Pressure
Washing/Painting.
Free est. (352) 637-5171
INTERIOR/EXTERIOR
& ODD JOBS. 30 yrs
J. Hupchick Uc./ins.
(352) 726-9998
LADY PAINTER
Interior & Exterior
Wallpapering (352)
220-6336 or 563-9989
MICHAEL DAVIDSON
20+ yrs. exp. Painting
contractor/ handyman
Lic.3567 (352) 746-7965
Mike Anderson Painting
Int/Ext Painting & Stain-
ing, Pressure Washing
' also. Call a profession-
al, Mike (352) 464-4418
SPOOL BOY SERVICES
Total Pool Care I
m Acrylic Decking
S352-464-3967 v
Pressure Cleaning
Painting, Handyman,
Rental unit restoration
#73490256567 726-9570


Robert Loveling
Painting, Inc.
Uc. Contractor for 20
yrs. Com/res. Free est.
LP-9011 (352) 346-9032
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting, Vinyl. Tile work.
30 yrs. exp. 344-1952
CBC058263




TAX & BOOKKEEPING
PREP., personal or small
business, efficient,
accurate & all services,
Free. Consultation
(352) 746-6258




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



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



BATHTUB REGLAZING
SOld tubs & ugly
ceramic tile Is restored
to new cond. All colors


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




F LOVING CARE 4
That makes a
difference. Will care
for elderly person In my
home or yours 24 hr.
care. Louisa 613-3281

Exp. Caregiver will care
for seniors in my Ig.
home. With meals M-F
Julie (352) 503-3460
HOME HEALTH AIDE
Will care for elderly or
handicap, light house
keeping, no heavy
lifting. (352) 628-6387


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& Wallcovering.Ail work
2 full coals.25 yis Exp,
Exc. Rel. Lic001721/ .
Ins. (352) 795-6533. "




CLEANING
Call Grace
(352) 795-9708
Dalley's Cleaning
From LBI., NJ.
Res./Comm. Lic. Ph.
Teresa (352) 503-3296
Dennis Office Cleaning
and Floor Waxing
17 years experience
(352) 400-2416
GERI'S
House or Office Cleaning.
352-563-0104
or 352-257-1068
Golden Girls Cleaning
Service, Residential,
Commercial, Free est.
220-9278, 628-9567
HOMES & WINDOWS
Serving Citrus County
over 17 years. Kathy
(352) 465-7334




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




Formica Brothers.
Don't replace, reface.
Cabinets/Counter tops
Relaminatiog
(352) 586-3010


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Additions/ REMODELING
New construction
Bathrooms/Kitchens
IUc. & Ins. CBC 058484
(352) 344-1620
LINGS PLUS
Trim & Finish
Contractor. Lic/Ins.
99990003893
(352) 344-1982
(352) 361-7714
ROGERS Construction
Additions, remodels,
new homes. Most home
repairs. 637-4373
CRC 1326872




All Exterior Aluminum
Quality Price!
6" Seemless Gutters
(352) 621-0881
Screen rms,Carports,.
vinyl & acrylic windows,
roof overs & gutters
Lic#2708 (352) 628-0562


AUGIE'S PRESSURE
Cleaning Quat-Yir
Uo014 Lc Prt.:C. F-F .
, 1,w1(0a .22Q-2913
"' Iti'Er' D n?;,' ',
Sr Specials. Pra 'Jre
w a'rir,3g l'ir,.hr'
Free est. (352) 637-5171
Mike Anderson Painting
Int/Ext Painting & Stain-
ing, Pressure Washing
also. Call a profession-
al, Mike (352) 464-4418
PICARD'S PRESSURE
CLEANING & PAINTING
Roofs w/no pressure,
houses,driveways.'25 yrs
exp. Lic./Ins. 341-3300
, Pressure Cleaning
Painting, Handyman,
Rental unit restoration
#73490256567 726-9570







STEWART Pressure
wash, Malnt.& Repair
Painting,hauling, lic#
73490234087 344-2904



i1 IN HOME REPAIRS-
paint, press.wash, :ien-.ir
roof&gutters, clean up.
haul #0169757 344-4409
A HIGHER POWER
Ceiling fans,
Lights, etc.
Lic,. #999900022251
422-4308/344-1466
AAA HOME REPAIRS
Maint & repair prob-
lems Swimming Pool
Rescreen99990000162
352-746-7395
AFFORDABLE,
S DEPENDABLE |
HAULING CLEANUP.
PROMPT SERVICE I
Trash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Fdrn, Const,
Debris & Garages |
352-697-1126

Andrew Joehl
Handyman. General
Maintenance/Repairs
ftessure & cleaning.
Lawns, gutters. No job
too small Reliable. Ins
0256271352-465-9201
DANIEL HARSH EXP.
HANDYMAN.
Full Range Services, No
Job too small. Punctual,
Reliable & Affordable.
Lic. 80061, Ins. & Ref.
.(352) 746-2472
Handyman Services,
Window cleaning, all
jobs considered 15 yrs.
exp. Llc. #99990003245'
(352) 726-2587
(352)362-4084 ask for Bill
HOME REPAIR, You
need It done, we'll do it.
30 yrs. exp. Lic., Ins.
#73490256935,489-9051


L & L HOME REPAIRS
.'pairtir ..i oa.3,'" i "'
SLi *'' 0003,08. .,
(152) 341-1440
NATURE COAST HQOM
REPAIR & MAINT INC.
, C.rr. ,,,-.. rull iar.ge o:r
services.Lic.0257615/lns.
(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
PlasmaiTV's installed.
A/V Equip & more'
(352) 746-0141




All of Citrus Hauling/
Moving items delivered,
clean ups.Everything
. ,-frdm A to Z 628-6790
r AFFORDABLE,
I DEPENDABLE, |
HAULING CLEANUP,
I PROMPT SERVICE I
I Trash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Furn, Const,
| Debris & Garages |
352-697-1126

Apple Furn. & Trash
Removal, Moving?
YOU CALL ...I'LL HAUL
Larry795-5512, 726-7022
FAST, FRIENDLY, AND
AFFORDABLE, Clean up,
hauling & yard work
(352) 560-7139
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
ROLL OFF Container
Service 10 40 yards.,
Land Clearing, Fill
First Class 352-527-4430
SMALL LOCAL MOVES
Appliance pickup, trash
removal, low rates, Sr.
disc. Joe (352) 726-2264
WE MOVE SHEDS
564-0000




Al kinds of fences
JAMES LYNCH FENCE
Free estinc:l's.
(352) 527-3431


A 5 STAR COMPANY
. Go O*ens Fencing.
All types.Free eslmaies
Comm. Res. 628-4002
ABSOLUTELY BEST PRICES
Free Estimates. All Types
20 yrs exp ACQ27453
(352) 795-7095, Dallas
BEACH FENCE
Free est., Lic. #0258336
(352) 628-1190
813-763-3856 Cell




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




Bennv Dve's Concrete
S Concrete Work
All types Lic. & Insured.
RX1677. (352) 628-3337
BIANCHI CONCRETE
Driveway-Patio- Walks.
Concrete Specialists.
LUc#2579 /Ins. 746-1004
CONCRETE WORK.
SIDEWALKS, patios.
dri"e'"a',- -lob, Frce
Ins. 795-4798.
r ,
SPOOL BOYSERVICES
I Total Pool Care I
I Acrylic Decking m
352-464-3967

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



Additions/ REMODELING
New construction
Bathrooms/Kitchens
Lic. & ins, CBC 058484
(352) 344-1620
AFFORDABLE,
DEPENDABLE, I
HAULING CLEANUP,
I PROMPT SERVICE m
I Trash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Furn, Const,
| Debris & Garages m
" 352-697-1126 m
L m I m.m m-
DUKE & DUKE, INC.
Remodeling additions
Lic. # CGC058923
Insured. 341-2675
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting, Vinyl. Tile work.
30 yrs. exp. 344-1952
CBC058263




CERAMIC TILE INSTALLER
Bathroom remodeling,
handicap bathrooms.
Lic/Ins. #2441 795-7241


LINGS PLUS
Trim & Fir.r,l
C.:.nr j j .:.r

(352) 344-1982
(352) 361-7714
REPAIRS, Wall & ceiling
sprays. Int/Ext Painting
Lic/Ins 73490247757
220-4845
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting, Vinyl. Tile work.
30 yrs. exp. 344-1952
CBC058263




FILL, ROCK, CLAY, ETC.
All types of Dirt Service
Call Mike 352-564-1411
Mobile 239-470-0572
All Tractor & Truck Work,
Deliver/Spread. Clean
Ups, Lot & Tree Clearing
Bush Hog. 302-6955

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

D&C TRUCK & TRACTOR
SERVICE, INC.
Landclearing, Hauling
& Grading. Fill Dirt,
Rock, Top Soil & Mulch.
Lic. lns.(352)302-7096
FLIPS TRUCK & TRACTOR,
Landclearing, Truck &
Tractor work. House
Pads, Rock, Sand, Clay,
Mulch & Topsoil.
You Need It, I'll Get III
(352) 382-2253
Cell (352) 458-1023'
PINK MINI DUMP,
10 Yards +. No Haul to
Small. We can get it all.
S 341-(DIRT)-3478
TOP SoIL
Also Sand & Rock
8-yd loads.
Call 352-302-6015,
VanDykes Backhoe
Service. Landclearing,
Pond Digging &
Ditching (352) 302-7234
(352) 344-4288,
VanDykes Backhoe
Service. Landclearing,
Pond Digging &
Ditching (352) 302-7234
(352) 344-4288





AFFORDABLE,
DEPENDABLE, '
HAULING CLEANUP,
PROMPT SERVICE I
STrash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Furn, Const,
- Debris & Garages |
- 352-697-1126
I= mmm a..- ine =


All Tiaclor & Truck Work.
D il. -i-:,re,, Clear.
I.IP' Lol R. Hr-e C, .:--ral-,,
i'ul,. H.'," 302-6955 "

CITRUS BOBCAT LTD
Bushhog,,Debris
removal Lic.i3081
464-2701/563-1049
DAN'S BUSHHOGGING
Pastures, Vacant J-ots,-
Garden Rota Tilling
Li. & Ins. 352- 303-4679
Tractor Work, All forms.
Trash Hauled, Yard
Debri, Tree work, Lot


D's Landscape & Expert
Tree Svce Personalized
design. Cleanups &
Bobcat work. Fill/rock &
pRnr]. ^c1 e9 nI-02 '


PRO-SCAPES
Complete lawn
:er ;,:- Tper-, tire
,,:,u, I1 ...r. in: Ir;
(352) 613-0528
GLENN BEST
MOW- EDGE
*TRIM HEDGES- PALMS
795-3993
Bill's Landscaping &
Complete Lawn Service
Mulch, Plants, Shrubs,
Sod, Clean Ups, Trees
Free est. (352) 628-4258
DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Hauling,Cleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852
Jones
Lawn Maintenance
#1 In Service Li. & Ins.
352-382-0949
LAWNCARE-N-MORE
Lawns, Hedges, Trees,
Beds, Mulch, Clean ups
Haul, Odd job 726-9570



B&B Marclte Pool Re-
modeling, landscape
rock & walkways. Lic. &
Ins.(352) 746-5462
Ddhial Cole Pool
Cleaning Services
Dependable Wkly Serv.
Lic. Ins. (352) 465-3985
MAVEN Pool Maint.
NEW LOWER WINTER
RATESI Wkly. chemical
& full service avail. Lic.
(352) 726-1674
r POOL BOY SERVICES
I Total Pool Care I
Acrylic Decking
L 352-464-3967
Pool Problems? Talk to
a PROI Know your op-
tions. Summer Special
$29.00. Neil 344-8472


Seasoned Oak Fue
Wood, Sp.il ;) .. -
--WillDeliver.
,,,,,^3.2), 344-2696
'4fPiREWOOD
l, .'- eir, H.-.: .- r,
6.01 9 ':ar,r 0-. (3521
70A.o07A ,, RAn-991A.


ALL PUMPS & WELLS
er ,.:e s. I'"epoif
(-,ja ir, ..-.-r rri .- e1 .
Williams Co. 637-2651
CRYSTAL PUMP REPAIR
Filters, Jets, Subs, Tanks;
w! '. Free Est.
j, ij) 563-1911
W'ATEin t JMrI SERVICE
8 r. p -i. .' 311 r.,3.,:
& models. Uc. Anytime,
344-2556; Richard




On Site Welding
& Small Engine Repair,
'Call for prices.
(352) 637-6449





"MR CITRUS COUY


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




All Exterior Aluminum
Quality Pricel
6" Seemless Gutters
(352) 621-0881
RAINDANCER
Seamless Gutters, Soffit
Fascia, Siding, Free Est.
Uc. & Ins. 352-860-0714
The Gutterman
Free Estimates, Lic. &
Ins., (352) 572-5411




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Roofovers, Carports, Screen Rooms,
Decks, Windows, Doors, Additions


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HELD OVER DUE TO1
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352-628-1313 I


LIC. REAL ESTATE
AGENTS NEEDED
Exc. pay plan.
Florida Realty
& Auction
(352) 220-0801
LIC. REALTOR
ASSISTANT
TO BROKER
Computer savvy &
organized, Fax resume
to 352-795-2887
or call 352-795-0784
OPERTY
MAN R
NEEDED


(352) 563-5757
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REAL ESTATE CAREER
| Sales Lie. Class m
S$249.Start 2/14/06
I CITRUS REAL ESTATE I
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S(352)795-0060




office. Call 352-563-0315




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Delivery Drivers
*Cooks
*Shifts Managers
Positions
Available

PIZZA HUT
of Crystal River
352-795-6116


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VIS. MANAGER

1 at retail management exp. preferred

AO e NAGERS,
i 6 months supervisor, xp. preferred

LEAD CLERKS CLERKS
Apply in person:
Dollar General
4 736 SEU.S. Highway 19
Ci Crystal River, FL 34429
0 If you can't attend, please forward your
L resume to: cdouglas@dollargeneral.com'
SA MEDAY INTERVIEWS!
Walk in Lirh aom reosu e, or lill aou an application,
C andf jom~larlt your Fo tune 500 care todirr'l
I Ber.ehlls & Bonus Opponunity or all Mgmt. team.



G GENERAL


ALL POSITIONS

CRYSTAL RIVER
ALE HOUSE
Experienced Only,
GROUND
MAINTENANCE
1610 SE Paradise Cir.
(352) 795-3111

APPLEBEE'S

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


BARTENDER
NEEDED,

Flexible Hours, good
working conditions.
Apply at Citrus Eagles
#3992, 8733 E. Gulf to
Lake Hwy. Inverness
(352) 344-5337
*BARTENDERS
*SERVERS &
*COOKS
Exp. preferred. High
volume environment.
COACH'S Pub&Eaterv
114 W. Main St., Inv.
11582 N. Williams St.,.
Dunnellori EOE




SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 2006 9D


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2006 NISSAN ALTIMA


MODEL 05756


AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, CD
PLAYER, POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS,
CRUISE & MORE


2 OR MORE AVAILA19E AT THIS AND PAYMENT
2 OR MORE AVAILABLE AT THIS PRICE AND PAYMENT


2006 NISSAN SENTRA


PER
- MONTH


2006 NISSAN TITAN


MODEL 31516
V-8, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION,
AIR CONDITIONING, CD PLAYER, SPORT
WHEELS



OR'AAILABL A THS ". PER
2 76MORE PRI A ND PAYMENT
2 OR MORE AVAILABLE AT THIS PRICE AND PAYMENT


2006 NISSAN FRONTIER


MODEL 42156 MODEL 13216


_11,2897
11,305 1 89 MONTH
2 OR MORE AVAILABLE AT THIS PRICE AND PAYMENT
2006 NISSAN MURANO


MODEL 09216


29 PER
2 9 MONTH
2 OR MORE AVAILABLE AT THIS PAYMENT


'16,558 199NTH
2 OR MORE AVAILABLE AT THIS PRICE AND PAYMENT
2006 NISSAN PATHFINDER


MODEL 07216


s29 9
$OR PER
I MONTH
2 OR MORE AVAILABLEAT THIS PAYMENT


2006 NISSAN XTERRA




MODEL 04766
$18,473 $99MONTH
l !99 MONTH
2 OR MORE AVAILABLE AT THIS PRICE AND PAYMENT
2006 NISSAN ARMADA


MODEL 49216


92 PER
$ 9 MONTH
2 OR MORE AVAILABLE AT THIS PAYMENT


NEW CAR
'02 XTERRA
12,050 204 KMNTH
'02 ALTIMA
-11,750 19 MONTH*
'99 SENTRA
|ONLY $4475
....,475


TRADE-INS!
'01 SENTRA
$6,250 R116MOTH*
'02 QUEST
4 1,325 192 MTH*
'00 ALTIMA
ONLY ,7,225


NEW


CAR


'03 FRONTIER
$9,925 168MNTH*'
'02 MAXIMA
13,250 -225.ONTH*
'99 QUEST
oNLY ,225


TRADE-INS!
'02 PATHFINDER
$12,950 2O20 =r,.
'04 XTERRA
*13,250 W225=..w
'98 FRONTIER
ONLY 4,450


OCALA NISSAN
(A) *995 DUE AT SIGNING. 39 MONTH, 39,000 MILE LEASE, 150 PER MILE OVER.(F) *3,489 DUE AT SIGNING. 39 MONTH, 39,000 MILE LEASE, 15t PER MILE OVER. (M) '831 DUE AT 2200 SR 200 OCALA
SIGNING. 42 MONTH, 42,000 MILE LEASE, 150 PER MILE OVER. (P) '962 DUE AT SIGNING. 39 MONTH, 39,000 MILE LEASE, 150 PER MILE OVER. (T) *2,260 DUE AT SIGNING. 48 MONTH,
48,000 MILE LEASE, 150 PER MILE OVER. (AR) '3,686 DUE AT SIGNING. 48 MONTH, 48,000 MILE LEASE, 18i PER MILE OVER. (X) *1,234 DUE AT SIGNING. 60 MONTH, 60,000 MILE (352)622-41 1 1
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DISHWASHER
Scampi's Restaurant
(352) 564-2030
Energetic Dishw
Evenings
RUSTY DUCK, 746-6691
EXP. CHEF NEEDED

Scampl's Restaurant
(352) 564-2030
EXP. FT LINE COOK/
PT WAITRESS
Cook should be fast &
coordinated. Both
positions nights &
weekends. Call Inglis for
appt. (352) 447-5572
Exp. Line Cook
Exc. wages. Apply at:
CRACKERS
BAR & GRILL
Crystal River
EXP. LINE COOK
Team atmosphere.
Benefits Package
Apply in person at
Sugarmill Woods
Country Club at
1 Douglas St.
F/T COOK
Apply in Person
Carmela's
(352) 465-1818
HUNGRY HOWIE'S
Pizza & Subs
Nbw Hiring Inside
Store Counter Help &
Delivery Drivers
Beverly Hills, .
Crystal River
& Dunnellon
Locations.
FT/PT Positions
Available. Drivers
earn up to $15/hr
w/ tips.
Apply In person at
the following
locations:
11371 N Williams St..
Dunnellon
3601 N. Lecanto Hwy.
Beverly Hills
Suncodst Hwy. in
Kash n Karry Plaza
Crystal River

KITCHEN HELP
LaCasa DeMorma
(352) 795-4694

LINE COOK &
SOUS CHEF
For newv Restaurant,
prefer experience.
Good attitude. Fax
resume to 746-9863
or apply at
Citrus Hills Golf &
Country Club
505 E Hartford St.
P/T BARTENDER
Good working
Conditions. Golf
privileges during off
Time. Apply in person,
IGCC (352) 726-2583
PREP COOKS
Apply within at:
PECK'S OLD PORT COVE
(352) 795-2806

Prep Cooks,
Dishwashers
-. &"Waitstdaff

Apply In person
9am-1pmM-Fat
ROMANO'S .
'5705 Gulf to Lake Hwy
564-1211
RELIABLE
EXP. SERVERS
Good Attitude a must.
We offer top pay,
benefits,
Full or part time
Apply in person
Citrus Hills Golf &
Country Club.
505 E Hartford Street-
Citrus Hills
(352) 746-6855
RESTAURANT MGR/
ASS'T REST. MGR.
Exp. preferred, but will
train. Benefits avail.
Send Resume to Blind
Box 932-P c/o Citrus
County Chronicle,
S106 W. Main St.
Inverness, FL 34450
SERVERS KITCHEN
& HEA6 COOK'
Exc. Pay scale.
Apply at: Fisherman's
Restaurant, 12311 E Gulf
to Lake Hwy, Inverness
352-637-5888





New Home Sales
Master Closer
needed far fast grow-
Ing builder. Leads ga-
lore w/ beautiful
models & inventory
homes to sell. Builder
" reputation is second
to none! Great Idca-
tionsi Send resume to
closer@
tampabay.rr.com

Color Country Nursery
is looking for Cqreer
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
EARN $13 plhr.

FULL-TIME RETAIL
MERCHANDISING REP
needed for a nat'l home
improvement store. Full
benefits package. To ap-
ply:
www.samscoservices.
com/career


$$$ SELL AVON $$$
FREE gift. Earn up to 50%
Your own hrs, be your
own boss. Call Jackie
I/S/R 1-866-405-AVON
PEST CONTROL
SALES
Termite, pest, lawn.
Weekly pay + weekly
comm. Take home
company truck. Gas
card, cell phone
& benefits.
Call Vinny Nelson
(352) 628-5700
(3520 634-4743

REAL ESTATE CAREER
I Sales Lic. Class I
I $249.Start 2/14/06
CITRUS REAL ESTATE =
SCHOOL, INC.
(352)795-0060
La-m- -- J
SALES
80-150K
Start this week,
-paid next week.
Experienced In-home
Sales req'd. Verified 3
appoints, dally. Req.
vehicle for local
coastal travel.
1-800-518-5532

SALES PEOPLE
NEEDED FOR
Lawn & Pest
Control
TOP $$$ PAID
Prefer exp. Benefits,
company vehicle.
Apply in Person
Bray's Pest Control
(352) 746-2990

SALESPERSON
WANTED
For Pest Control
Services. Full-time
possible Part Time. Full
commission, many
bonuses & benefits.
Retirees welcome
352-527-0092




EXPERIENCED
CREW CHIEF
NEEDED

Totalstation and data
collector, experience
preferred, but not."
reialj;,d Excellent
:.a.ir, a-rid benefits.
Call 352-563-2729
Or fax resume to:
352-563-0037




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

Immediate
processing for OTR
drivers, solos or
teams, CDLA/Haz.
u -.-r n,.
99-04 equipment
Call Now
800-362r0159 24 hours

HIEAY
EQLIPNIENT
OPERATOR
Training for Employment
Bulldozers,
Backhoes Loaders,
Dump iucks,
Graders,Scrapers
& Excavators
Train in Florida
National
Certification
Financial
Assistance
Job Placement
Assistance
800-383-7364
Associated Training Services
www.atsn-schoolscom /,












ALUMINUM
INSTALLERS/
GUTTERS

MUST HAVE CLEAN
DRIVER'S LICENSE
Call:(352) 563-2977
AUTO "
MECHANIC
Must be ASC
Certified. Must own
tools. Call 746-6650


Budd Excavating

Dump Truck
Driver/Equipment
Operator
Class A CDL required.
Front End loader exp.
or Grade Tractor Opr
Good Opportunity,
Growing Company.
(352) 400-2793

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

Carpenters/
Framers

Exp. Only. Local
& Steady work.
Good pay
Call Shirley
(352) 465-3086

Citrus Hills
Construction Co.
Due to Our Sustained
Growth we
Are Seeking
* Production Oriented,
Self Motivated
Professionals to
Join C'u I i-r"
*Carpenters
*Bobcat Operator
*Concreter/ Mason
*Punch Techs *
-,*'n r.=]'. 1 L. : Jl
C :.rrpcl. ,h.. 'i....3-:
Benefit Package, and
Advancements
To Qualified
Individuals
Fax Resume to
352-746-9117 or
Fill out application @
2440 N. Essex Ave,
Hernando, Fl.

CONCRETE
MIXER/ DRIVER
F/T, 40+ hrs per week.
Class B CDL, clean
driving record.
Experienced
r.c i ,,' .J r.jl ii i, ir,
i- ,, r.i I:,l .: r,
Drug Screening.
We offer great pay,
benefits; 401k,
vacation & holidays,
Mid State Concrete
Williston
(352) 528-1020 or fax
(352) 528-1022
DELIVERY DRIVER
Building Supply Co:
Looking for exp'd
Bu'ii r..a u r I C-l ; 7-/
CDL Heavy lifting
required. Mon-Fri
7AM-5PM. Paid
vacation, holidays,
Insurance & 401 K
352- 527-0578, DFWP
Delivery Drivers/
Warehouse

':: LIC : 3r,
r ..,: r.:' E ^'l,' I 5 E-ril. ;
,:,,,:e. .e.- nr.^)qujIr, ,
motivated, Individuals,
to deliver and:install ap-
pliances for a nationally
known appliance retail-
er, the more you do,
the more you make,
apply in person at:'
1501 SW 44th Ave.
Ocala, 352-351-3131


C(T A TSSIFT7T7 I


FRAMERS
Local-Steady
352-302-3362
Boxblade Operator
Experience required
352-795-5755 Ive. mess.
ENTRY LEVEL
MECHANIC
WANTED
Must have own hand
tools. Salary depend.
on exp. Call Manny
(352) 746-1226














EXP. CARPENTER &
FRAMERS
Pay depending on.exp.
(352) 422-2708
EXP. FRAMERS
352-726-4652
EXP.CONCRETE
FINISHER
Call Rob's Masonry
& Concrete
(352) 726-6554
SEXP'D TRIMT
CARPENTER
Must have own
transportation:
.(352) 302-6397
EXPERIENCED
MANUFACTURED
HOME SET UP
PERSON
Acme Homes II InC
Benefits, bonuses and
overtime. Valid.
Drivers Lic Req.
Call (352) 382-1076
with qualifications for
interview.
Flooring Helper
Experienced and must
have transportation.
West Coast Flooring
352-564-2772
FRAMERS,
LABORERS &
SHELTERS WANTEDc
Most tools supplied.
Call Butch
352-398-5916



FULL TIME
COLLATOR

The Citrus County
Chronicle's ,
Packaging
Department is
currently accepting
applications for a
part time Collator. L-1.
Tu,-Sat. 7pm-3:00am.
Must be able to work
ri- ; .. _-. erd :
*lifting aHdbendlpg'
tions February 2nd.



may fill out an:.:1
appcommunication andt the
trions CoFebruarnty 2nd


Inveess offapplication at the
"eCitrus County -
'Chronicle.



106 W.Main St. in the
Courthouse Square


FRAMERS, LEADMEN
& HELPERS
40+ Hours. weekly,
incentive program
(352) 465-3060
FRAMING
CARPENTERS &
HELPERS NEEDED

Transportation Req.
(352) 422-5518
FT MAINTENANCE
TECHNICIAN
For busy apt
complex. Skilled In
electrical, plumbing
& HVAC.
Competitive wage
plus 2 bedroom apt
& meals.
Call (352) 726-5682
to arrange Interview.

HEAVY
EQUIPMENT
MECHANIC
Needed for Road
Construction
Company.
Must have min. of 5.
yrs. exp. working
w/diesel equipment
& valid driver's
l": l,: er,., sc at
f '3, ,. Lt r.ehill,
Call (352) 797 3537
EOE,'DFWP

INSTALLATION
TECH
Responsible for
assisting with the
,installation of gas
lines and appliances,
Must be familiar with
and/or have used a
variety of hand and
power tools as
related to house
piping and
appliance installation
Including electric
change outs to gas
service. HS diploma
or equivalent, and a
valid driver's license.
Must be in good
physical condition..
Send resume to
Im.les,'chok com
Central Florida Gas,
Hernando, Florida
KITCHEN STAFF
Experienced cook &
servers for community
dining room. Flexible
days & hours.
competitive wage
and benefits in a
great atmosphere.
Call (352) 726-5682
to arrange interview.
LAKE COUNTY
COMPANY NEEDS

DIESEL MECHANIC
Exp. In Catapiller
& John Deere
Equipment.
7yrs exp required.
352-267-5352
DFWP
LAKE COUNTY
COMPANYNEEDS

UNDERGROUND
UTILITY PIPE
LAYERS
352-267-5352 '
DFWP.
MAINTENANCE

Wildwood
Manufacturing
company Is looking
for maintenance
worker must have
3 s years experience
in Industrial
Maintenance.
Welding/ Fabrication
and 3 phase
electrical experience,
required E *: pa, ,
and -" .-rll:
Call/ Fax resume
352-330-2213,
Fax 352-330-2214,


'Emergency One, a leader in the Fire Rescue industry is.looking for I
individuals who are driven by the motivation to succeed. Our vision is to
have the most competent workforce available. Ve are proud to provide
excellence, in our products and invite you to join our team.

E-One ow Hiring for Second Shift Positions:
Plumbers
Riggers /Assembly
Painters/Material Finishers/Sanders
Welders
Electricians
If you.
O Are motivated to make a difference by supporting those'who save lives
0 Have a good work ethic, positive attitude, and believe in honesty and
integrity
Please apply in person at:
,3611 SW201 S-teet
Ocala, FL 34474
No %hoiMe Calls lease

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 strongly encourage minorities, females and ueteransto apply!

WHEN LIVES ARE IN THE BALANCE AND SECONDS COUNT

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EXPERIENCED RV SHOW

SALES PERSONS


COMO AUTO SALES & SERVICE
1601 W. Main St., Hwy. 44 W.
Inverness, FL
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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
*Housekeepina
Position Available
Prior experience In
housekeeping a plus.
*Night Housekeeolng
Position
*Maintenance
Position
with 5 to 6 years
Industrial electrical
and maintenance
background. Must
have minimum 5
years experience In
programmable
controls, and I
knowledge of
hydraulic and
pneumatic systems.
Responsibilities to
Include, but pot
limited to
troubleshootihg and
mechanical repair.
Welding capability
a plus.
Apply in person to
Metal Industries,
400 W. Walker Ave.,
Bushnell, Fl 33513
or call Rhonda Black
at 352-793-8610
for more details.
Excellent benefits
'package, 401k
,with company
'contributions.
DFW, EOE

MARINE
FQRKLIFT
OPERATOR
Fulltimne position. Prior
marine forklift exp
req'd. Competitive
pay w/benefit Ipkg.
Apply In person
Riverhaven Marina,
5296 S. Riverview Cir.
Homosassa 628-5545

MASONS
Must have own
trans. 352-795-6481
or 352-302-3771

METAL BUILDING
Erectors, Laborers
. All phases pre-
engineered bldgs.
Local work. Good
iOi'tn-.a :31or, :-,l31
r...:.na,l i .....: a r.:,r,
Call Mon-Fri, 8-2,
toll free, 877-447-3632





NIGHT PLANT
MANAGER
Manage all aspects
Sof production dept.
on night shift.
Responsible for dead-
line compliance
aCTer, a n., IT. "
management.
Mln 2 yrs. supervisory
exp., 6-yrs. exp. in
print'pub., effective
verbal & written skills..
Application deadline
1/31/06
Comprehensive
benefits package.'
Citrus Publishing is an
Sdl'J,51 c'p :.rur,,r,
ernr'plu,,'r .rr. d,:,ei
not discriminate on
the'basis of race,
color, religion, sex,
national origin,
disability, veteran
status or any other,
characteristic
protected by law.

OTR TRUCK
DRIVERS
With CDL Class A
license. Owner
Operator and
Buy or Lease
programs available,
Good loads.
352-586-6945
352-586-8517




PARTTIME
COLLATOR

The Citrus County
Chronicle's
Packaging
Department is
currently accepting
applications for a
part time Collator..
Must be able to work
nights, weekends
and holidays. Heavy
lifting and bending
required. Must
possess good.
organizational,
communication and
writing skills.
Deadllne.for applica-
tions February 2nd
Qualified candidates
may fill out an
application at the
Citrus County
Chronicle,
1624 N. Meaddwcrest
Blvd., Crystal River
or our
Inverness office at
106W. Main St. in the
Courthouse Square


MASONS &
LABORERS
352-529-0305
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
company truck. Gas
card, cell phone
& benefits.
Call Vinny Nelson
(352) 628-5700
(352) 634-4743

PLASTERERS

Needed Citrus Co.
Work. Transportation
provided. Vacation.
352621-1283

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

Plywood Sheeters
& Laborers
.Needed In Dunnellon
area. (352) 266-6940
Pressman/Bindery
Person P/T
FT potential for a
growing printing
company. Must have a
p,:,:;ir.e ;alr u andr,
O.cr l',ilc Sornr.e .p
req. Will train the
RIGHT Individual.
(352) 860-0016
Rainey
Construction
in Wildwood is
Currently seeking:

Experienced Pan
Operators start 9.00
r r r ,ir -10 plu. ri
i End-Dump
Operators start 8.50
per hr 40 plus hrs
weekly
Laborers for pipe
and site crews 8.50
per hr 40 plus hrs
weekly,
Experienced
Mechanic to work
on both diesel and
gasoline off road
and on road
equipmerl -i -15
per hr to start.
Must'have own fools
and at least 2 years
experience.,
Please call Lorle
352-748-0955

REPUTABLE SWIMMING
POOL COMPANY
Seeking

ALL PHASES OF
POOL
CONSTRUCTION
ULicensed
Sub-contractors.
and/or Field
'3^>( Wr F
0a1.3 H:,ll 3 : l .
(352) 726-7474
DFWP
SATELLITE INSTALLER
Dish & Direct TV, full
time, company truck,
experience only.
CROWN TV
(352)563-0034
SERVICE
ELECTRICIAN/
TROUBLESHOOTER
r l,=,i oiarii :ir Tarn-r
,-:.d arl,.ng ..r.:a
req., Insurance, paid
'Sick,'Hollday and
Vacation
Apply In person
S&S ELECTRIC
2692 W. Dunnellon Rd.
.CR-(488) Dunnellon
352-746-6825
EOE/DFWP

SERVICE
TECHNICIAN/
PLUMBER
Full Time Position
installing water treat-
ment equip. must
have experience in
plumbing Good pa"
p,'-gran' r.: Ja "rt i7-J
have clean driving
record. We are drug
Free work place.
Please fax resume to
(352) 621-0355
or Call Bob
(352)621-0403
Spa Manufacturer
Needs Exp. Fiberglass
Lamlnators &
Mold Builder
352-748-0044 or
.1-800-276-4624
VEOLIA WATER NA
Operating
Services, Inc.

Has an opening for a
Laborer/Meter
Reader at our Crystal
River project.
Applicants must
possess good driving
record.'We offer an
excellent benefit plan
Including 401K.
Call 352-795-3199
between 9:00 AM
and 4:00 PM, Monday
through Friday, for an
application. EOE
-M/F/D/V. .We
conduct applicant
drug testing.


PLUMBER.
Exp. in trim work. Drivers
Uc. req. (352) 726-5385
Tractor Trailer
Driver

Lowboy/Debris Dump,
Exp. reqd./ Clean CDL
Must use chainsaw
352-795-5755, lve. mess
WAREHOUSE
ASSISTANT

Must have plumbing
and irrigation experi-
ence, computer exp.
helpful. Must be
friendly & energetic.
Mon. Fri. 8 -4:30
Full benefit package.
Apply at
Golden X Plumbing,
8 N. Florida Avenue,
Inverness.
Ask for Ira. Wilson




BARN HELP NEEDED
Must be exp. around
horses. Must work
weekends
(352) 489-2383
Brentwood
Retirement,'Assisted
. Living has,the
Following Positions
Open
*Waitstaff FT & PT
*Dietary Aides
FT&PT
:Housekeeper FT
*Receptionist PT/
Evening hrs.
*Maintenance FT
Exp. w/general
plumbing, painting
& electrical
Vacation after 90
days. Health
insurance available
after 60 days
Apply In person
Brentwood Retirement
Community
Commons Building
1900 W. Alpha Ct
Leconto 746-6611
EOE, DFWP
BUDDY'S HOME
FURNISHINGS
'Is currently seeking a
Delivery Driver/
Account Manager
Trainee. Must have
clean Class D license.
Good people skills.
(352) 344-0050 or
Apply in person at
1534 N, Hwy. 41,
Inverness.
EOE DFWP

I.A. M


r l o, 13ve
to clean. 352-220-8483
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. Hwy44
Lecanto
Previous work
history a must.
Mon-Fri 9am-4pm
Drug Free Workplace
NO PHONE CALLS
PLEASE
Previous applicants
need not apply.
EOE

COOK





Part Time. Good
organizational
Skills a must.
Apply at:
Barrington Place
2341 W. Norvell Bryant
Lecanto, Fl
Ask for Pat
Delivery Person
Local Distributer needs
person Full or Part Time
to help with deliveries.
Ride along training,
$250 per week. Poss. FT
route $400-600 per wk.
Early mornings. Valid
Driver's lic. & good
driving record needed.
Must be energetic &
motivated.
DDD Distributors (352)
422-5529/341-3300
DOMINO'S PIZZA
Is Now hiring
Full & Part time
DRIVERS
Must be reliable,
polite, & have a good
driving, record.
A $9-$15 hr
Inverness 637-5300
Crystal River 563-6607


WANTED


EXPERIENCED RV TECH


EXPERIENCED AUTO TECH

GOOD PAY- GOOD BENEFITS


COMO AUTO SALES & SERVICE
1601 W. Main St., Hwy. 44W.

'Se, Inverness, FL
\ET/ See Jerry, Apply in person ^77
BES 344-1411 .

RV DEALER RV DEALER S


Exp. Boat Builders

Fiberglass laminators &
boat assemblers in
Wildwood Area. Good
pay. Call between 9-6
(352) 427-1756









FT Aluminum/Glass
Mech. Trainee
Construction exp.
helpful, must have valid
FL Driver's Uc.
EOE/DFWP
Call Weber Glass
(352) 795-7723 M-F 8-4

JT FULLTIME .
S POSITIONS

I In a challenging
career of roofing.
I Must be 18 and drug
free. No exp
needed. .

| Apply in person,
U Boulerice
I Roofing & Supply, I
| 4551 W. Cardinal St.,
- Suite #4, Homosasso.

HAVE YOUR
DREAM JOB!
We guarantee that you'll
get an interview by pre-
paring your resume. Fast
& professional. RE-
SULTS GUARANTEED!
Fa,'mnrrourt b e ume8 Caru.

HIRING

,ee .o .
General Laborers

F :.i. iin '.p a plu.
Apply in person
Inter-County
Recycling,
SR44 Leearto







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IMAGINE
THE
POSSIBILITIES

Career'
Opportunity
Starting at
$9.50-$9.70/
hour
($10.00-$10.20/
hour after 90 days
of employment
FULITIME
1st & 2nd
Shift General
Warehouse
OLoading and


ce-r'n tre jt .
training
SOForkllftr and

plus, but not
necessary
APPLICATIONS
accepted
MonaS&ay,
10AM-5PM
Tueso da hursday
eThe following
h-,f.-1,,.3tlc.r, .ill be

SP. pityure ID
Walk ins welcome,
Appointments


CENTER
655 S.W. 52nd Ave.
Ocala
1-75, exit 352, west on
SR 40 to 1st light, left
on SW 52nd Avenue
352-873-7377
extension 0 for
appointment
Past employees are
eligible to apply.
AEOE
Immediate Openings
Available for: t
SERVERS

*BUSERS
FT/PT,,.days, evenings &
weekends. Extra Hours
Available, Gotlf club
looking for motivated
people to join a
professional team to'.
elevate club status,
Benefits Available Earn
Pay time off after
months.
Also seeking:
.. PREP COOK
w/ basic knowledge
of Food prep &
EXECUTIVE CHEF
Willing to train
individual to advance
future career.
Only serious
candidates apply.
Call 352-382-1200 or
352-382-5994
Ask for Zach.


HELPERS NEEDED
20/30 hrs. wk. Must be
flex/dependable.
$7 to start. 220-8630

HORSE FARM HELP
Exp, stalls, turn out,
groom. Inglis area.
F/T/ EOE
352-447-1008





























Kennel Worker
1-Full time
position
1-Part time
position,
20 hours a week
Manual labor work
taking care of
impounded animals
at the County animal
shelter. Cleans and
maintains the
l.' r, :; r,-a. .:rd
the care and
handling of animals
ard t.r,.,...ledg.e of

Cp,.il uer.:re I .,
,UI ,I.i .lr.r,:,,jn,.1,
8,ahr,ouer,tr,,: e
Pe.pleyat,!e
..iih, rte .2er.,3rI
r,u, e r: jrl,-i?:t
ao, r F 344r6;rl
riliar, Iar,3 ,:.r
p.:.lter, tha l,
SComputer
S' experience: .
$8.45 hourly to start.
oAply at the
Citrus County Human
Resources Office,
3600 West Sovereign
Path, Suite 283,
Lecanto, FL 34461
no later than Friday,l
February 3, 2006.
EOE/ADA

LABORER

Working outside In
Tree Farm, Lifting
required 7 am 3pm
Experience, helpful,.'
not necessandry
Call 813-949-6205,
. 813-289-5900

LABORERS NEEDED

No exp. necessary
Benefits offered. Valid
Drivers Uc. & Heavy

Gardners Concrete
8030 Homosassa Tr.


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Citrus Publishing, Inc.
is an equal opportuni-
ty employer and does
not discriminate on
the basis of race, col-
or, religion, sex, na-
tional origin, disability,
veteran status, or any
other characteristic
protected by law.


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 position, entry level position, 3 days on -. 3
days off rotating schedule. Experience with
quantity food preparation and therapeutic diets
helpful. Proof of HS diploma\GED required.
- Apply at the Key Training Ceriter >
Human Resource Dept., or cal ,
S 341-4633;, 1
(TDD: 1-800-545-1833 ext 47):'EOE- j




Various F\T and P\T positions, including F\T
Housekeeper, working with developmentally
disabled adults in a group home and apartment
settings. All shifts, including weekends. HS



F\T Instructor; 4 years college\experience, and
Instructor Assistant positions available. Day shift.
HS diploma\GED required.
Apply at the Key Training. Center .
Human Resource Dept., or.call
341-4633.
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Lawn Care
Laborer Needed
352-621-1117
Maintenance
erson
Various maintenance
work & roofing.
Must have own tools &
transportation.
Please call
(352) 563-5004
P/T CUSTODIAN
Ndrth Oak Baptist
Church, Citrus Springs
15-18 hours. Nights.
Experience Preferred
For application call
746-1500/489-1688
Part-Time Help

For busy Sub Shop In
Crystal River.
Mon-Fri: 11-2
Call (352) 795-7805 or
apply In person
630 NE 2nd Ave.
r CRR

S$249. Start 2/1406
. CITRUS REAL ESTATE
| SCHOOL, INC. |
I (352)795-0060
Sales Associate
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valei Riverson Reorna
..ith r ij7,t l.:
Apply Citrus Paint &
Decor Store. Crystal
River. 795-3613 ,
SECURITY GUARD
,Nights and weekends,
O, ne ,.-:r :.pAfrienc
Ir. r uole I heldI
prere-rr. 7 rr.pl, TC.
Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Ceniter






emolo1rI:nment. L
-2,01 ,jn: a.t
Email resum,, i.er
(352) 795-8462

SUPERINTENDENT
HWarranty/Service::
qualified person for
long term large
employment. Local
knowledge of codes
an..:! iaunrneih
*eq ulrec. er, lll. .,111r,
greoi pa, or,.3 iupecr
SHomosassar, FL 3444r..nt.
Email resume to:
hiresupersoldmpa
bay.rt com
'Warranty/Service
Person
Needed for large :
window company. Ben-
efits avail, experience a
plus..Send resume to
1731 SSuncoast Blvd.
Homosassa, FL 34448
WE BUY HOUSES
Ca$h......'.,Fast 'f
352-637-2973


Felper

Vertical Blinds
(352) 628-7888
PARK STORE
CLERK
Poar.lrrme poillon at,
Ihe Cna-ar,ooilRkoa
Coarrp.grou.nds with a
variable work '
schedule up to 25
h,:.ur: ,..6ee l,
I'iporn:lle .. cr.
taking care of
customers at the
office, handling
re;r.oaf-.-r,: for camp
cash register,
.st:,,rking the hel.].,
clie.anriri ie iore
I rc.'...le.Og- oi c.an
regi-lir operouic.r.i
EIperinr..:e ...orking
with the public; Must
be abfis o .,.rk a
re.iprOe .:riedijie
rcludirn ..ee'5rl,
ior. nc.,id,, and,
have dependable
transportation.
$6.92 hourly.
Apply at the
Citrus County Human
Resources Office,
3600 West Sovereign
Path, Suite #283,
Lecanto, FL 34461
no later than Friday,
February 3, 2006.
EOE/ADA
Pin Chaser
PT for nights &
weekends. (Will Train).
Must be over 18. Apply
In person. Manatee
Lanes, Crystal River.
DFWP 795-4546


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TRUCK/
EQUIP WASHER
Weekends'
352-795-5755 Ive. mess.




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does
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| Sales Lic. Class I
SCHOOLO. IN
(352)795-0060




APTS. FOR SALE 9 UNITS
2/1. Crystal River,
$450,000. By Owner
352-634-4076
FOR LEASE STOREFRONT/
OFFICE SPACE
alir.:e locallors
,iae..rrab, cpriced
Canl Fre 352-634-3800
Jon Pinch A Penny
Pool, Patio, Spa.
,-merl.aro :;I.ra:- ipc. .l
.,uppi, ri-ali nriocr.i.
lie.. FraricThis
opportunities
throughout Citrus.
Court, Traninag ard
incud Cla f.r .re
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YES YOU CAN!
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COMPLETE LAWN SERVE. .

'92 Chevy 1500,14' trlr.
Toro Z-Master 52" comm
$9500. (352) 220-1159



ALL STEEL BUILDINGS
Join25x25x7 (2:12Pinch A Pennytch)
S Pool, Patio, Spa.




































1-9x7 garage door,
? 'enrs.
J c.i, r.eiure nrcrl.


















INSTALLED-$10 595
30x30x9 (2:12 Pitch)
2-9x7 garage doors;
2 vents, entry door.,
4" concrete slab.luor ore
INSTALLED-$15.995
25x30x9 (3.12 Pitch)
Roof Overhang
2-9x7 garage doors,
2 vents, entry door,
,4" concrete slab
INSTALLED- O 16.495
Many Sizes Avail.
We Custom Buaild
foWe Are The Factory
Fl. Engineered Plans
Meets or Exceedsmal
ubFlorida Wind Code
METAL SYSTEMS LLCD


"LIVE AUCTIONS"
www.charllefudge.cotm
For u.Ipc:,mrirguciIlor,
1-800-542-3877


1951 Seeburg Model B
Juke Box, Exc Cond,
.$3500.
1946'Silver King Gum
Ball machine w/ stand,
$300. (352) 628-7626
ANTIQUES WANTED
.Glassware, quilts, most
anything old, jewelry,
Furn. We Also liquidate
Estates. Ask for Janet
352-344-8731/860-0888
Netsuke
About 150 yrs. old,
$275.
Call (352) 527-1764
Pocket Watches (4)
Griffin, Lord Elgin, gold,
from 1886 all perfect.
(352) 628-7888
RARE ZENITH
TRANSOCEANIC RADIO
over 50 years 6ld,
,A-I, $150
(352) 344-5933




5 person Hot Tub
Jacuz7zi Brand, Red-
wOod Ext. w/ green
marble Int. $3995.OBO
(352) 560-7671
HOTTUB SPA, 5-PERSON
24 lets redwood
cabirela Wanoarar.
mu.1n mo'.'e $S1"
352-286-5647
SPA
W/Therapy Jets.'1.10
volt, water fall, never
S used $1850.
(352) 597-3140
SPA, 5 PERSON,
lie.,er u,.ed Warranty
Pelall 1300. Sacrifice
S 1425 (352) 346-1711




A/C & HEAT PUMP
SYSTEMS. INe.w n bo.
5 & 10 year Faclory
Warroniies at
Wnroie 6ale Prices.
-2 Ton $827.00
-43 Ton $927.00
4 Ton $1,034.00
InSlIallI kis available
or Droiestional
,nslallation also a.. all.
ree Deii.,ery
*ALSO POOL HEAT
PUMPS AVAILABLE
LIC *?C.C 05.-91
Call 746-4394
AC 2-1/2 ton pkg. 10K
heal ':2` Wall ujril
i" 30 BiU T i 5'
(352) 344-5021
ALL APPLIANCES. New
& Used, Scratch Dent.
Warr. Waihers or,ei.,
'10.6: refra etc ser,
Buy,' Sell 352-220-6047
Amana Refrigerator
Icp eezer e-cel.
cond 35.,
(352) 465-1405
APPLIANCE CENTER
usea refrigeroiors.
Sto.es Washers Dreris
NEW AND USED PARTS
Dryer Vent Cleaning
Visa, M/C;, A/E. Checks
352-795-8882
Dishwasher Magac
Cner back. 50
Microwave GE pa:oce
moaer black 525
(352) 344-2109
ELECTRIC RANGE.
Whirlpool wntilte
rev. orl. ut.ed 41 mo
$150. abo
(352) 746-7564
EWa'..e Refring
STop freezer
e..cel connd 575
(352) 746-0488
FREEZER
Upright, 20 dcbic ft-self
defrost, white,
e;c 1S5
(352)341-2337
GE 24" Electric
Stove, New, $225.
(352) 794-0201
Kenmore H.D.
washer, 5125
Microwave
1301 w3tls, 55'S
(352) 344-5021
RANGE & HOOD
goia good condo
3i5 (276) 952-5030
after 6pm
Refrigerator
Ker.more. lop freezer,
black 18.0 cr.. like ne.v
$200.
.(352) 628-1912
REFRIGERATOR. GE stde
bv ride almond 2J
Cuoic n waFer & "
Ice In door, $200.
Stove, electric, magic
cher, almc.na S& bik
S150(352) 344-2109
Sears Kenmore Washer
& Dryer. U:e 5 mo 2
people In lamil,
.Excel..cond. $595.
(352) 746-9754'



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PREVIEW: 10 AM
AUCTION: 1 PM
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I Slering rugs rire
i porcelain turn on
works & mnorell A
Iine t oI crc. or hesn
s re merchrOale I
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Attention Woodworkers
Jet morflser, 1/2HP, like
new'$165. Incl, 3 bits
sets, 14' floor model drill
press $120. 5HP 20gal.
Sears compressor, $135.
12" Delta Planer w/ 4"
exhaust & ext; bed
$180, 31hHP Lawn Edger
$140. Call Ron 382-7074
CRAFTSMAN
10" Table Saw $125.
Drill Press, Walker turner,
floor model, $150..
Both good cond.
(352) 746-5739
Craftsman Table Saw
10', Good Cond.
$100. obo
(352) 628-9866
DRILL PRESS
1/2" $40
SHEET METAL BENDER,
S $15 .
(352) 746-4279
Makita Belt Sander,
model 5007B $60.
Black & Decker Router
w' bullr Ir. light $35.
(352) 637-6407
Performax 16-32 drum
sander, complete, w/
stand & rollers $800.
(352) 860-2228.

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Stereo Am/Fm
Recel.er CDpia,er.
Caz:elie player .50
each. All In excel.
cond. Call after 6pm
(352) 344-5436,.



2 New Picture Windows,
1 9 ;4,10' S350ech
Both Tor 3000
Used sliding glass doors
S50 set
Plus assorted windows
S5 00 each.
(352) 628-3110
Interior/Exterior doors
Inrerlor Prehungs- S35
E denor Prehung
S. Panels '85.
fieIt Io Crmuz CoJnty
Speed wo,
(352) 637-6500




COMPUTER AND
IPOD
Machines computer
sna corner desk $275
Ipod mini 5200 1-9303
Cooter Computers, Inc.
Professional Services
Free Consultation
24/7 (352) 476-8954
DIESTLER COMPUTERS
Irterrert Le r.ice llev, &
Used syslems. parrs &
upgrades Vica/
t..ICard 637-5469
http://www.rdee.net
PENTIUM 3 COMPUTER
Mornitor ke,'D:ara &
mou.'e. Inlerrer ready'
Pnnrer inc WIN 98 3100
(352) 726-3856
PENTIUM II Computer
CD Mouse Keboa3ra
&1V mornior b000
S i110 computerer de:k
(352) 746-9394


-I

1974 JOHN DEERE
.150 ED Purri greaol
rneeds clutch v,c.rk
rrolier irrluded i530j0,
.,bo (352) 746-6128
or (863) 412-9102
CHIPS ARE FLYING
.A:plung Wri:per
Crilpper iJ' .rum. '.'8.
runs & work. great
music .:ell S-lOCO/obo
321-27-6534. ,


Crira LAKI rNI.nLie
-spluna Wriiper
Cnlpp.r i.1 arur.. '!8,
rur., & woirk great
must sell $4000/ob'
321-207-6534


2'FINE ETAGERE
(32,25,5) sr,6el,'es
1 plre bar stereo unit
(3pc sel. $200
(352) 344-8368
3 Drawer Bureau w l
hFord. pinted flowers ;
'erv A,0 good ccont
lJJ22,32 $100.
AV Cabinet lignI wood
24Y16Y48 $25.
(352) 465-7768
3 Seat Sofa,
blue, wood trim,
alrio't new.'
$175.
(352) 465-3679

MR CITRUSCOUNTYMr












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


5 PC. OAK BDR SET
$300
Large Glass Table & 6
Floral Print Chairs $150.
Beautiful Carl 302.7294
1930'S 2-PC CHINA
CUPBOARD, $150
Call Nona
(352)344-2635
42" ROUND TABLE,
heavy oak, Inlayed
white top, 4 chairs,
like new, $275
(352) 344-9668
8' Upholstered Sofa, It.
floral, good cond. $50.
2 Office Chairs, dk.
.blue, $25 each.
(352) 382-0046
Animal Print Couch &
Chaise Lounge, orig.
price. $1900, Asking
$1000. Exc.cond.
To see call -
(352) 341-1572
Art Deco 3 drawer
bureau, excel. cond.
mahogany color, 42 x
18x34, $75. Pine Comer
Cabinet, picketed
white, 3 shelves w/
storage cabinet below
44x22x32, $75.
(352) 465-7768
Beautiful 4 poster 6 dwr
Cherry wood bed. Can
be used for King water.
or king regular bed.
$300.
(352) 344-0820
BED: $170, New Queen.
No Ripped Pillow Top
Set. 5 yrs war. King Set
$215. Delivery
352-597-3112
SBED:$559Nassa
Memory Foam Set,
Seen on T.V. 20yrWarr.
Never Used, Retail
Cost $1459. Can' Deliver
352-398-7202
Bedroom Suite, mirror,
dresser, chest of draw-
ers, 2 end tables, head-
SDoard & rename Uke
new condr $295. must
sell (352) 795-7510
BEDS BEDS BEDS
Beautiful Ioci cic.loecuts
Noi fdverrised irarnis
50%, off Local Sale
Prices Twin S119 I Full
5 159. Queer. sl,' krig
S2.49 (352)795-6006.
Bookcase/ China
Coirner rugs table;
laomp rouierold & gift
Ire.Ts. copper lea paol
Smire (352) 465-8430
Brown Leather loveseat
we2 recller.is uill Ir
Fllr cona S'5
Electric Stove erire
w/blk door. 575
(352) 637-5171
COFFEE TABLE
Smoked Gi:si 36V W
66 L,S.ts or, 26-W 46 L
Base 16 H.$250 00 060
352-527-1135
Craftmatic Bed,
single, $200.
(352) 726-3130
476-3670 cell
Daybed. wr.ite whicker
complete 'A Trur.le?
red & 2 lnmmn-.
manoSTipealc rrionartres: s
5J0 Floral love seat
iSO5. Exc cond.
(352) 746-2303
Deep Full B:ck 'Necks
Leg lamosage Cnair
Wo .rrrm, 2(00 CCn'.
care Asking only $900.
Mint Cond. Must seel
(352) 860-2460
Dining Room pedestal
Table, ros-l. lonrr c,
chairs rn-ust Aei' Oria
Cod S2000 skinng *;6:99
(352)726-8264
Dining Room Set -
und glasi top table
4 marnchirg ranoon
chairs 5250
(352) 489-2890
Dining Roorr. iSe
S450 Coffee labia & 2
end laboles 1'.5 Patr'on
glasi laDle Si0 ? oar
stools 2J 55 eo a 38
(352) 527-4830
Dining Room Suite.
Ccnlempiorr, leak
wood Foble
6 chairs outret
& tea cart 1500
(352) 465-9328
Dining Room
O.al Table 4 uprol-:red
Chairs caier3 3 rr.,:.';
new $400. obo
(352) 746-4943
Dresser, matching desk,
r.uich wriiie $99.
Lazy Boy Sofa & Love
seat clean, coffee &
end tables optional
$250. (352) 795-2706
Fufon Full size w,,
premium mattress,
$175 Glass Bar Table &
2 bar stoles. Exc
cond.$150
(352) 746-2303
Glass Dining room table
& 4 chairs, 60 x 35 $75.
Sofa Bed, fair cond.
$35.After 6 pm
(352) 563-2125
.lutch
large, dark Pine 66"W x
75" fall, Must see!
'New $900.
First $275. takes it.
(352)249-9160
Hutch
maple colored, very
good shape 12 yrs.
old. $220.
(352) 726-9670
KINGSIZE BED with
boxsprings, mattress &
frame, exc; cond. $250
GLASSTOP TABLE, 6f, 4
chairs, $150 Will deliver
(352) 344-2657
KITCHEN SET, Table
42x42, with leaf 42x60,
6swl el captain chairs,
:like new cond. $1,200
value. Asking $384.
(352)726-9811
Kitchen Table,
42" Round, pedestal,
no chairs, $25.
(352) 628-3358
Lane SectIonal 3 PC
Couch, full bed, 2
recllners, table &
drawer, Blue,
Asking $275.
(352) 489-8561
Lay Z Boy, platform
rocker brown tweed,
clean, $75. TV, 13", JVC,


good cond, $25.
(352)341-1714
Leather Sofa.
LiUke new.
Seafoam green,
$150. (352) 341-4009
586-8931
Living Room set, only 2
weeks old from Rooms
2 Go, Paid $1,700
W/ receipt
,asking only $1,000,
King Mattress set $90
(352) 746-9931
Matching Sofa & Love
seat, 2 end tables w/
lamps, like new, light
wash dining table 4
chairs, seats 6, excel.
cond, $950. for all.
(352) 795-7364
Matching Sofa
& Loveseat $200.
Reclner $100.
All good condition
(352) 563-2291


Together, everyone accomplishes more!
At Pilot Travel Centers LLC, the nation's largest
travel center company and one ot ihe nation's largest.
restaurant irancnisle operators, teamwork is rooted
In our Dusirines strategy We are seeking the following
quallilea Landidales who want to Invest In their
future Ior our Wildwood area location
Shift Supervisors
Cashlers
Join Pilot and receive:
Development and Advancement Opportunities
Lie and Medical Insurance 401(k)
Palo Vacation Competitive Wages
Tuition Reimbursement
Must be flexible In schedule. For immediate
consideration, call: (352) 748-4486 between
gam & gpm and ask for the manager on duty.
Or, apply In person at:
Pilot Travel Centers
493 East State Route 44
Wildwood, FL


The road to success has an express lane.
EOE


Metal Roofing

Direct from Manufacturer


TriCounty 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

www.tricountymetals.com


CILASSI[IFIIEI:)S


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:12D SUNDAY AuR 9 2006


Memory Foam Mattress,
Any size, $499.
While supplies last.
(352)346-5858
MOVING MUST SELL
New Hunter Green
Leather Couch &
Loveseat, flexsteel
4 recliners, 2 in loveseat,
2 In couch, paid $6000,
asking $3,000; KIT. SET,
Table, wood & wrought
Iron w/4 chairs, 2
barstools, bakers shelf,
pd $3500. sell $1500;
WHIRLPOOL REFRG.
$100; (352) 489-7436
Navy/Burgandy plaid
couch, matching
coffee/end tables &
lamps. $250.
(352) 628-6316
Oak Computer Desk,
4H x 5W, simulated oak,
good cond. $60.
(352) 637-6407
PAUL'S FURNITURE
New Inventory dally
Store Full of Bargains
Tues-Fri 9-5 Sat 9-1
Homosassa 628-2306
Pre Owned Furniture
Unbeatable Prices
NU 2 U FURNITURE
Homosassa 621-7788
Preowned Mattress Sets
from Twin $30; Full $40
Qn $50; Kg $75.
628-0808
Queen size sofa. Clean,
good cond. $150. OBO
Do not call before 9 am
(352) 527-3653
QUEENSIZE BED SET,
black, comp.w/bed-
ding, 2 night stands,
4-drawer chest,'
6-drawer dresser
w/mirror, head & foot-
brd, $350 352-637-3172
Red Racecar Bed,
twin size, w/mattress.
$100.
(352) 489-6687
Sleigh Sofa, mahogany,
gold/tan, quality made
Pd. $1,780. asking $499.
Mahogany Dining Set
ext. leaf, ebony inlay 6
chairs, lighted cabinet
pd. $2,200. asking $800.
(352) 746-6802
Leave message
Sofa and Love Seat
very good condition
$150.
(352) 628-0777
Sofa love seat chair &
ottoman, good cond.
$275. Qn Bedroom Set,
dark wood, mattress,
dresser, mirror, 2 night
stands, excel. cond.
$450. (352) 746-3538
Sofa, Chair, Tables
and Lamps
$225.
(352) 726-2280
South West Dining Set
white, tile top table
w/4 chairs & matching
buffet/ hutch,
$575.
(352) 746-1585
S Square Table w/4
chairs. Glass/birch.
S" $100.
(352) 465-1405
Taupe Sofa & Love Seat
great cond.
$550.
(352) 726-2330
The Path's Graduates,
Single Mothers,
Needs your furniture.
Dining tables, dressers
S & beds are needed.
Call (352) 527-6500
Unique Custom Desk,
,T,. ,d ir, FIr II a..r: .:..-
H-." Ji ,,.:,t.d
S $200.
(352) 447-2388
Waraiobe .-ro.-..vr
2 .1.-r: ". TiLi
(352) 746-2879




2 FULLY WORKING
CONCRETE FOUNTAINS,
30" fountain, $100.
38" fountain, $150 All
(352) 560-7066
2005 Cub Cadet 50" cut
ZTR, 35 hrs. & transferra-
ble warranty-$2300.
OBO 352-302-4479
42" Master Cut, w/dual
leaf .bagger. $400.
(352) 249-3259
42" Murray Lawn
Tractor. Excel cond.
like new. Auto.
$500. OBO
(352) 746-2347
Craftsman 6.5 hp Chip-
per Shredder, 3" dia.
chipping cap. $275.
S Brinly 40" wide hopper.
aerator spreeder. $100.
S (352)341-3991
Craftsman
Chipper Shredder
8 HP. 3" diameter
Creal r.p.. $325.
(352) 637-4385
FREE REMOVAL OF
r.1.:...ef rr.:.628.r-2, 0l
r. Cr..3 : lel 1.i.
3 ,.r.eeer: 628-2084


LAWN MOWER
Murray 11 HP,
complete w/ bagger,
good cond. $500. obo
(352) 795-6996
Scag Mower.
61" deck $2,000. obo
(352) 628-4228 ,
Toro Zero Turn,
Lawn Mower 16H.P.
hydrostatic, surf fires,
runs good $795.
(352) 249-9160
Beverly Hills




BLUEBERRY PLANTS
Floral City over 550.
3 gal available. Large &
will be blooming soon.
$15 per plant.
Sharp Tree Farm
(813) 949-6205




CRYSTAL RIVER
MOVING SALE
6 pc. LR set, drapes,
5pc. Fam. rm.-set sin.
entrnrrint. cabinet, Ig
micro', misc. Starts Fri.
5490 W WOODSIDE DR
CRYSTAL RIVER
Moving, all must go, Fri.,
, Sat. &Sun. 9a-4p, 8711
W. Charlynn Ln. off 495
Floral City
Singing Forest MHP #329
TOOLS, GUNS, MISC.
INVERNESS
Sat & Sun
Everything must go..
Moving on 2/1. House
full of Furn. Come
make an offer,
1295 S Larkspur Ter
352-279-2753
352-341-1572




COVERALLS (short
sleeve jumpsuits) dark
blue. Size 46R.or
X-large. Never used,
$15each.
(352) 746-2659




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 Jamis Cruiuer Dbik,'
$35; White Screen Door
w/Manatee design,
.:e, 5'ro.. black-

(352) 382-3899

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
C 'LL ,'HI J.1.rICLE
CUSTOMER
SERVICE
726-1441 OR
." --563-5966
--r .-. genr,eral
iiercrar.di ilemrr.;
per ad
private party only..
(Non-Refundable)
Some Restrictions
May Apply
19" Color TV, RCA,.
$35. w/ remote,. .
SComplete Computer
Set up $100.
(352) 726-8151
61-1/8 wlde x 50-1/4
hi lr. alu rr, irrme tr.,d
r,oro.:.ntai oilld .ir.,I ,
window. Never used,
$150 (352)344-4640
cell 346-5626
Bakers Rack,
e-el. cond $75.
GE elec: I 20 gal rl.-'
water heater like new
$75:
(352) 795-7054
Cannon EOS Rebel T2
A/F Film FLR Camera,.
Cannon 50mm lens,
tamron 24-70 wide
angel, tamron 80-210
telephoto. Nearly new.
Spare batt., filters &
cannon camera bag
Incl. $340. 382-1059
CARPET
J0M of Yards/In
Stock. Many colors.
;3.:r,[ 352-527-1528
COLEMAN ROOF TOP
RV AIR CONDITIONER
I000 u d r, lirlie
:ln.,g 532516'
(352) 860-2165


25" Color TV w/ remote.
Magnavox. $100.
Brass Bar Sink. $50.
(352) 341-3169
College Level Law
Books, $50.
2 boxes of College
Psychology books, $75
(352) 637-1337
Estate/Real Estate
Planning Course. Boat-
Ing Items, Bike & Racks,,
pewter antique car &
plane models, more.
(352) 465-8430
SUPERBOWL SPECIAL
KEYWEST Jumbo Shrimp
13-15ct. $Sb; Other Sea
Food Aval.795-4770
Fire Place
w/ remote & instruc-
tions, built In natural
gas, modern lines $135.
(352) 726-6224
228-9451
Fountain, decorative
style, w/ lady, 63" tall,
32" base, circulating
water system; $175.
(352) 522-0041
Gas Space Heater
Used 1 month, cost
$300. Sell $195.
Gas Stove, $50. needs 1
burner switch repaired.
(352) 621-7713
GE MICROWAVE
Spacemaker, wall
mount, new $350, sell
for.$75, like new.
(352) 726-3093
Generator, Coleman,'
SModel 5750, $500.
85 Jeep Grand
Wagoner, parts only,
ho title, $100.
(352) 476-7160 -
Iron Outdoor Patio Set
table & chairs,
$95.
Nice desk $50.
(352) 422-5707
Kenmore idCb, .ite
...' ice i, ,..:.r $75.
Painiball guns and fill!
station for filling tanks
and more $200.
(352) 563-0462
Lawn Mower, Poulan
Self start/propelled,
$195. Antique Lyre
back telephone bench
$160. (352) 465-4165
MOBILE HOME FRAMES
For sale, doublewide or
singlewide,
Call (352) 266-0614
PARROT CAGE
FOR SALE
$100.00
628-9266 or
352-476-5453
Porch PVC Furniture
table w/ 6 chairs on
casters. $150.
(352) 726-4172
Red Skelton lr,.-,ogrpr.
"Uttle Blue Clown"
#1241 of #5000
$250
(352)341-4949
Sewing Machine, heavy
duty commercial,
Thompson Walkingfoot;
for vinyl and canvas
Like new, $300.
(352) 637-4035
Sheet Rock Equipment
I- pair rui3' a leiiii :
,adlulaC. 1.Sheel Rock
Jack e era : ,:.
I 2' x 4' inside scaffel
Used for one Man
operation $600. obo -
(352) 628-65714
SOD. ALL TYPES





THERMOS
Fire & Ice Barbecue To
Go with covered and delivebrand
new, never used .352-302-33Value
over $200. Sell $125.L
(352) 564-8551
TRAIN'S-N-SCALE
Layout &
Accessories, $200
Call (352) 637-4098
White 4 poster bed & 2
glass end tables, $300;
Magnavox 22" screen.
r eer. 1 22"
Antique end cabinet,
grey white washed
w' 'mirror t5150 ea
(352) 382-5999
WHITE, LIKE NEW
FIBERGLASS SHOWER
with hardware, $100
(352) 344-1907.




Custom Built Store
Check-out Counter. 97"
long 31.5" wide. $250. 1
5' glass jewerly case.
$150. Good cond.
(352)621-0931/212-2022




ELECTRIC POWER LIFT
RECLINER CHAIR
C'k career, ec.: con.
2,r ld 5.'- J3
(352) 465-3235


2002
Easy go Golf Cart,
Electric, $2,450.
(352) 302-9345
26" BICYCLE
balloon tires, multiple
speed, good, $40
(352)628-7688
8 SUPERBOWL SPECIAL
KEYWEST Jumbo Shrimo
13-15ct. $51b; Other Sea
Food Avai.795-4770
GUN & KNIFE
SHOW
Brooksville
HSC Club
Jan. 28, 9am 5pm
Jan.29, 9am -4pm
Hernaar,- ,:.:.ur, Fair

Admission -$6.00
(352) 799-3605
KING COBRA
4t5h C-.-. pIer -'d'.nc
"cQ.. je.- ,'e3 2ri.:,.
S : : re,,. :Ji:i :ole
$175; ADAMS New Idea
Hybrid Irons, #5-PW,
graphite, reg. flex $125.
(352) 746-5966
Laales Della
Professional C-.ltr "
Irons, woods, bag &
extras, like new, $75.
BBQ Grill, $45.
(352) 341-1714
POOL TABLE,
"-,',rj eOui 9 '" y'1,,e

352-597-3519
Regulator LI' Di C ill e
r.e.., ., pre. u'e..
depir. COmpT, ..
combo gauge. $195.
Inc. BC skins & fins
(352) 465-1979 1
Ruger 44 mag black-
hawk, S&W 38, Ruger
P85 9mm, Colt 45
Ruger P85, MKII, 38
.darrirger C'.l VWir,.
.:re:l er "0 ', r,,.r
C.u.rirell :::r-" 1 1 :
t, ,3rl liI re1
(352) 628-7888
SUN CRUISER BICYCLE
w/pedal brakes, 4
speed, handgrip, $175.
(352) 726-2330




5'x10' All Steel Utility Trl.
15" tires, $525,00
(352) 637-4081
BUY, SELL, TRADE, PARTS,
REPAIRS, CUST. BUILD
wwwezpulltrallers.com
Hwy 44 & 486
Uke New. 6.5 x 12 single.
axyl. 15" tires. Charcoal
grey w/ white rims.
Ramp tailgate. Bulldog
Coupling. Spare tire.
.1 i .:i (352) 746-6238
UTILITY TRAILER
.ii Fr,.l.:.:.ed C- l' LIl.er
:00 reor &, :le :..ir,,
.3,:.:,i iI. r3 e.5 J'-0:- o
,:.i 11.L:.n 352-270-3405


ANTIQUES WANTED
Glassware, quilts, most
anything old, jewelry,
Furn. We Also.llquldate
Estates. Ask for Janet
352-344-8731/860-0888
Aviary 6'x6'


Lift Chair, Tan, works
good. $100. OBO
(352) 341-3716




2 Keyboards.
$85 & $65
(352) 746-2129
BALDWIN
SPINET PIANO
Recently tuned.
$1000.00
(352) 346-2346
ORGAN, Estey Legend
with drive, excel. cond.
$15,000. After 3:30 pm
(352) 795-0475
Spinit Piano
$375.
2 free lessons,
(352) 563-0166




2000X Crossbow
by Welder. Extra Bar.
65+ excersizes, Mint
cond. $325.
(352) 341-3169
Bowflex XTL
$500.00 OBO
(352) 341-4848
(352) 400-1327
Elliptical Machine'
Nordlctrack
S $295.
.(352) 726-8508
SQUAT RACK
Wh/lat att., Olympic bar
w/3451bs.,2 dumbells
w/105lbs., Adj. bench
$250. 352-697-0711 ,
* Wave Master Portable
Training Bag made ro
. ::rtur, i c. pur-Tnrlng.
kicking, adjustable
reioria e.ce.1 :ard.
"P3id i)o .79i ', Irm
(352) 795-9878


-Spotn


CLASSIFIED


NOTICE
Pets for Sale
In the State of Florida
per stature 828.29 all
dogs or cats offered
for sale are required
to be at least 8 weeks
of age with a health
certificate per
Florida Statute.
Adopt Siamese Kitten,
spayed $75.; Mini boxer
pup, Smooth standard
Fox Terrier ea. $95.; etc.
(352) 637-5024
AKC Labrador Puppies,
3 blacks, 3 chocolates,
2 yellows, 4 boys, 4 girls
Health cert., vet check-
ed ready Feb. 17th
$600., dep. $200.
727-709-5737,628-7037
AKC MINIATURE
SCHNAUZER 9 wks old,
male, black & silver,
(352) 476-4153
Blue/Gold Macaw
aV. ",e.3g & .3cce...
$:',:1 (352) 489-2890
Humanitarians
of Florida
Low Cost Spay &
Neuter by Appt.
C dlr lelut eld 1-0L

L:,..3 1 l, r.t &l
(352) 563-2370

Shitzu 10 mo. old.
$150. OBO.
(352) 795-7513



SUGAR GLIDER
.'.Er eii Hand Tsarmed,'i
S 15' Cali21 ":. 067
YORKIES
two-1 year old yorkies,
aprox 12 lbs ($250) and
7lbs($400). 352-341-0778




CAREGIVER

Work flex. hrs. feeding &
cleaning. Live In or off,
495/ Mini Farms.
Fax Info. to 564-0733
Horse Sitting w/TLC
at your barn.
Long & short Term.
352-746-6207
Tb CII b- ,ajllulr '
reiglE rre, r-,all-r
broke $700,
1 grade Filly, $300
(352) 628-5308




225 JOHNSON 1999,
low hours, 25"- shaft,
fresh water, $4,500
(352) 527-3555
U, Floating Boat Docks
1- 16'y8' 'iood de.k
S 1'200'1.- t 8'
F iI .glae d-Ck'i 1200 "
(352) 586-1259
MinnKota
Elect. Trolling Motor,,
551b thrust, variable
speed, excel, cond.
Asking $250.
(352) 746-3143




0000
THREE RIVERS
MARINE



CLEAN USED
BOATS
We Need Them!
We Sell Theml
U. S. Highway 19
Crystal River i
563-5510

2003 AQUASPORT
205 OSPREY
Deep V boa T r-.p lois
of extras, -nayt:be 2..
hours, 150 hp Johnson,
'like new. Asking .
$23000 call Sandy @
352-P.12.1816

12' WILDERNESS
ro.3:i r,-.il,3er.
(352) 344-3918


16' SEAFOX
'00, 50HP Johnson, Trr,
Bim. top, Radio, Depth
fndr. Very gd. cond.
$5,200. (352) 527-9779
21' CUDDY PROLINE
1988, W/Hardtop, 200
' offshore Merc. tandem
trailer, $7500/obo
352-586-3010
AIRBOAT
16FT, 2003, SS cage, PS,
prop, rod boxes, car
engine, extras, $13,500
(352) 726-4205
(765) 336-9590
BASS HOUND
'03, 10', 2" elep1.l, ve
bait well, 2 capt. chairs,
extras $500.
(352)299-4246
Bayliner Trophy 24'
Enc. wheelhouse, sips
5, new upholstry
gleaming hull, L/well,.ff,.
$9250. + trl. 1st to see"
..IIIl Ou, (352) 563-1915
Boat trailer for 12' boat.
r.ie, iogril ia.-c" .:rd
I 1 J
(352) 560-7780
BOAT TRAILERS
ATBIG.SAVINGSII'
Carolin Skiff to
Pontoons. 14FT-38FT
Irl-axle. Galv. & Alum.
In stock at OLD prices
WHILE THEY LASTII
(352) 527-3555
Mon-Frl. 9am-Spm
Cajun Bass Boat
FinergloL 16 6ar.oed a
II. e fll F I: S' r.0
,moIt,,r ,.,el l :'eat,
rnoliIr, mirror in .&
cui lm :. .e. U e.3 le ,:
n. a r. r t.000 C'0 O '
(352) 597-2042
CHAMPION "
03, 18 i. ..t 150hp
.i.,r.n ;. r. ,., i. lleoii :r
(419) 989-3492
DOCK
Old Styrofoam
remmT.., al .Sreplacemernt
t. code 352-220-9320,
or 352-400-0114
ENSENADA 20
oi ccai ir3aiier k.
,lgiri,, l.C:i50,'i rr.3.e
.,'r2 J iraoie m rI
(352) 344-9964
SUPERBOWL SPECIAL
KEYWEST Jumbo Shrimo
13-15ct. $51b:; Other Sea
Food Avail 795-4770
FIESTA PONTOON
i' IS JOr.p EIr.,ru.e
31 C.ri rir:r.fir.3er
rinrir.i G.;a c,,n 'J850
(352) 628-5027
Gheenee 15'
OP ', A ilhn rn .& l'.rp
Jrnri:.:r, iS ri.5
(352) 726-5063
Glospar 16' V Hull
FIlberglia~ JO HP
.1lariner r i.:.l.r & iraler
rur,.qc gc. $750.
Call (352) 637-5433


HURRICANE *
Leck bOOls
SSWEETWATER.
PONTOONS
*POLAR*
O ar3 Cn r' r,ore
Citrus Counties
Best Service &

CrysaI River
Marine
352-795-2597,
MAKO
.23 '.*.ali around
console w/ TTop, all
eie,:clrri:. ne... Irlm
tlao 225r.p -.lrIrude
very good cond. $8850.
(352) 628-4911
MFG Runabout.
Classic lapstrake flber-
gla r. 'Ji rp l:l,:.,
Eng & Tl alood con o
l .00 (352) 564-1390
NICE BOAT
2000 Monterey 220
EP plore," Sport dec' bIoat
5 L Volvo PenLa 10
100 houri: no trailer
Horrao, ,s.a RiPer
352,621.0490
$15 000'obo




1%irorcriart H14 15hp
&iIrl LIKE NEVV'
$2495

Snpkerciraft'14 w/
4 sIrok A & TrI.
$3495
Capri 19ft w/O. 0.
& Tri. .,
$3995



Odyssey
Pontoon 23', 005 ,.
2005 J :rroI'e 90iHP
.ar,,3a .v tarderr,.
trailer $15,000.(352)
447-5660/634-4588


Sea- Pro 180cc
'03,90h.Yamaha 4
stroke,less tan 100 hrs.
BIm. top, hyd. steer-
Irng,alum. trl., extras
$14,500.(352)447-6264
SIESTA
1995, 20', Pontoon, new
:r.p, .oamr.a. gocad
.:crd 6 500
(352) 563-5033
STARCRAFT
19c5. 16 Aluminum
'92-30r.p Suzuk 4 trok'e
e': :ornd w,' roller
S2500 (352) 621-7706
SUNBIRD
I91 l 1;':Fr cuad,
c3j:,lr, car,a.a top 86
HP Johnsonh,, Vehture
Trailer 'J. CE o'bo
(352) 628-3535
SUNDBIRD
,88 18 FT 4C Ford rm.,.
.:.r r.ev. eats floor car-
pel. blmir.t iop 7,i SCO
or,,:, (352) 422-5540


Carolina Skiff
R17V 50HP
Yamaha

$11,595

H,-.niod.a. FL 4.Iii



SYLVAN INFINITY 19'
i.: ,;0- O0 HI, ,CHP
l.I .1 J ,.- 'l' W -P SK

SYLVAN
PONTOON BOAT
I0 i9ao :5HPM r.er.:
g.gooad troiler 5 0lO
.:.o (352) 344-0017 *
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AIRSTREAM
200 ,19', Sleeps 4, fully
loaded, exc cond,
$18,500 (352) 746-1163
ELITE '05
Travel Trailer, 33', super
slide out, washer &
dryer C/H/A, consider
hTailer on trade, $17,900
firm (813) 786-6896
JAYCO
.1994, 27', Fifth Wheel.
a.,' iuper aild out
*seep. 58 E 20
(352) 344-0873
JAYCO
'96, Eagle, SL220.
23ftf excel, cond., fac- .
tory complete $5,800.
(352)447-3575

KOMFORT
30' ','5 r l-, Wh,. e ig
siid.eji rlear Hlcr.en
ducled -he,1 & 6air
a.,,ninrg r. er lie:
batterle" $11,500. obo
(352) 447-0623
PROWLER
'01 Fleerwood 2onr
5t-i \vreel e'cel. card
$11,000.
(352) 628-9237
WILDERNESS 2003
a ,ar.sage 54lr. wrI 3
3 slide. asking 528,900!
obc (352) 270-3349


2- Aluminum
Pick up Box
50 Wlde b, 13 daeep
59 w.Ide 12 deep
SO0 eocr,
(352) 249-1252
"88, Chevy pickup
'91. Suburban
$100. ea.
Dr part oul
(352) 726-4135
ALUM. WHEELS t lug
paOTlern came on iOQ'S
GLIC S.uburbar,
;ki.r, 12.50
(352) 560-7780
blue O .'..erta 11 ic.,,,
.ar & F P3le
COITple re
kr,ki ng-c5
(352) 382 1587
Ford 9" 4x4 FIR Diff
SJOCI each
9' DIsc/Brk, rear :3'.5
250/Inline c. c,m c 5;'
(352) 795-0349
Leer Fiberglass
Truck Cap
i s lull i:e Fora Iruck wi
orc.n be' eecel corna
$400. obo
(352) 564-8307
Misc. Firebird Parts,
'87 glass TIl,.p rear
.:eck lid .. pierr iro.r.t
&. reor EC.Jiper co.er
taln iir,.ii & r.eoaaiiani-.
$450.'obo.352-476-6512
RV, Poly Cover
up I.:. 20 fr
$75.
(352) 563-0815
SET OF 4 DUNLOP MUD
ROVERS 3, '.12 50
deceri irlead lS)
(352) 400-0155
TIRES
4.1i5> 10Eagle "io,
Wreel....,'36e12 5i5
Superwv.mpY itSL S
d.00 Call i52.'95-te.92
Tonneau Cover
Black jFT I.rna ..a? or.
a a-c.Ta 6 iT.,i; Old.
(352) 586-2967
TOOL BOX
ror rull 1: p lc up,
IIJ
(352) 344-5213




ATV + ATC USED PARTS
bu-,..ell-roade -F',' "TC
Gc.:ani ]2'pn, Dave's
USA (352) 628-2084

CONSIGNMENT USA
Car-Truck-Boat-SUV
CASH ORC,?.''41G
9i3% iales *Lu.:6.ii rc
Fee t.:. :11r -:'09 J-UW,
LUS19-.Drp.:.rt 212-3041
FREE REMOVAL OF
r.lc..ver. rr,.:.lc.r.L, .L4e.
I'. L. C ar, "..' jel Ski's,
3 ,nelere 628-2084
Toyota Celica,
`000"WI? aul. i.c..
rnle (352) 465-4366




1998 SATURN SW2
148000 miles 4dr AutoC
Air PrS PAW AMiFM
CDiCass 12500 00 OBO
352-382.0707
2003 MERCURY
GRAND MARQUIS
Beauliul car IO lK rnew
PresdenaIl Paclage
21k miles. $13 500
Owner 352 527-1208
For pic -errmail
wayre@gate net


Accura Legend
i'8? 2 Or e ,*:e rn
need.' lIrder Ic.inr,
(352) 287-9073
Acura
AIn. Legerd C ouup
"SK e.cc onard 3 ~-
(352 637-9537
*BIG S.AElP*
CARS TRUCKS SUVS
CREDIT REBILDERS
$500-$1000 DOWN
Caeon '3re ",uno'.
CONSIGNMENT USA
: I -J 1 .1, 23i':,r[ .rtp
2.ii2 ,:.r i'-, 'i

BUICK
'98 Certur, J.r
56,300.
(352) 249-4475

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(352) 344-141 1
CADILLAC
io.:,? ele.'a r,ce
,--D r oll ,h,-.r,: .-
(352) 746-4703
CADILLAC
o3 :edar, -',e ,le ..r, i,-
..*,' c lu e a rr ir '\ .'
(352) 746-6822
CADILLAC
'99 er d. .cr,.e
rr.i lull po '...er -I'I 1
c1,o l..o r, I."l a tOI C-,
jae Hoarn-, L'L.id.',r, :r.
H.., i: (352) 795-4226

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Info. About New
Rules for Car
Donations
I.,;. .. T, .'..jr e l.-l
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,1e ;,:,e 6 .1.1|-:.r, r.:,
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Cr.ldrer,.,
at (352) 527-6500
CHEVROLET
2s".' Co.a4ier .:I'.upe,
i.rd i,'C C0r l 00*
(352) 344-5561
CHEVROLET
';'1 Lu irrl J..dr r~e..
braiL. FF ali ..li'l
pump.. cr.n I 050
cbo (352) 344-2984
Chevy
*98, Prizm,
Beige $4,000.
(352) 527-8614
Chevy Caprice

':,^r.a rie..,l, pirIl ,3
,:l-.3r, irr,.r.j r,.'.rjt ,i-i
.2.Ci;) (352) 746-2923
CHEVY Malibu
9: black rull, .:.'3. 3
J acdor i, plo,e Itr.r
..' i .1:;352) (352)
563-2111r212-9032

COMO-AUTO
TRUCK & RV SALES
Hwy. 19, Homosassa
02 t.erc Saril '"
,. r'r.3hjrr, i" ,. .,
: P'r- rur~i $10,990
,',; Ct',e Carr, ?1 1 0O0
01 .' /W Bceile i. I; 4o0
Qi Su u.l I,..-r.3r,.3
'.'1. r31r L' i. ';"-'
Call Jim
(352) 628-1411


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100. CLEAN DEPENDABLE CARS
FROM-'125-DOWN
30 MIN. E-Z CREDIT
1675- US 19- HOMOSASSA


HONDA
*96, Accord EX, wagon,.
8? rri e.cel .:c..rd.,
dk gieer. ,,' ton r. w/
snrf. like new Michelins,
excel. gas ml. $6,500.
S (352) 586-0180
HONDA PRELUDE
'".t :p.;.rT, 2 .d r b'k .3ll
r.- C- l kg o-3
re .., tire r,j0r ,.r!. 1
rneed.- .. .c .r or,
drivers side; $3500.
(352) 746-1802
INFINITI
1999, 1-30, Black
L. -I, learrer lI .-'
I ...err $6.995.
352-795-9592
LINCOLN
1095 Tc..:rc, r
",gn.3urdue erie+ C
rope .r,-er. .' ..r, r
l.o, rner ::. 'II.i
(352) 637-7110


AFORDABLE CARS
I100 CLEAN DEPENDABLE CARS
FROM-325-DOWN
30 MIN. E-Z CREDIT
1675-US 19-HOMOSASSA


Mazda
"01 Ir'.:.eae I_
J.- ,r-. $7,500.
(352) 746-7040
MERCURY '95 TRACER LX
J ar la.:,O ) "I- 3,jT.:

`:-0 352-382-4541
Mercury Grand
.--Marque, 200i, Firi-'
. .. quip, JimTiuljate]


Mercury Mystique
i:";'- lar. Jdr :edar.
.G o,: .:. ,r, i rle
,,- :. *' ei i ,',' '
(352) 726-0799
MUSTANG
'98. : .L .c. urn: .nIl.
$3,350 obbb .
(908) 380-1622
NISSAN.
'87 Sentra, S/W
$800. obo
352-563 1292 or
352.228-7254

Olds Cutlas Sup.
19.2 .' 4 r i,uper
,le-on, leather oil
,.r .::ruie First
X, 1take o.,na,
i 8i ,' J38-., .
OLDSMOBILE
S .-" ler,:. r-.3 .J.dr
S ur.r.cor CC pla,er
P.001i (352) 586-3070
(352) 560-7019
PONTIAC
'98, Tror.: -r "n bla.:
.:e1 .:.,r,3 I ,.I.,.rer
$7,500.
(352) 746-5515.
PONTIAC GR. AM
1991,44Kaorig. miles
Exc. cond. $2000,
(352) 746-7602
Pontiac Grand Am
,i. 2,C-2 Wrhile
(352)e 628-03rr04r,
(352) 628-0304


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Hwy. 44-W. Inverness
(352) 344-1411
CHEVY
'98 :' HoldOca rIramier
.acaicnr. r caIs, -l4.
ronan, re, par. e.-ccl
$28,900. (352) 795-9872
COACHMAN
.10 l 21) Cla. C Cne.,
.Ci rngir,e Genarator
ecr co.r. 512 50/obO,
(352) 489-7673
COMO-AUTO
TRUCK & RV SALES
Hwy. 19, Homosassa
:11 CDodge. CiaO, b
t l o to r r ,: m e iS 0 0
Also A Selection of
New Fleetwoods
& Starcrafts
Call Jim
(352) 628-1411
FLEETWOOD
9J Pr..l er' T "iltr,
rneel esc caor.
Ceril He-at .5. ..i r .
irt, rear carrie r -j
Fri. readd to go S6.00)
obc. (352) 476-8315
or (352) 476-4224
JAYCO
'94, 31,m lh .vhreel ,,
12 SliDe. good cord
asking $6,500.
(352) 795-7224
Monaco Monarch
3' 2000 30k mile.
,lide reulrol c.:.l.:r.t
'10 Ho.'.'ara ileerlra
556 i00 (352) 746-94t7
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SHASTA
28 f..l:,torr,.omr e '.
re..., rife : e.' ",,v
goc.d rape 53 0130
(352) 795-4949
Hideaway In the Hills
Looking for a good
place to go for the
summer? 35 i',.. on 2
LOTS llr, i:r.g s..inrnn'iir.g
gol & more Q'. 5F:
(352) 330-4031




2006 PREMIER
PrEr.rd .Jran B, H/ line
32FT ra.,el tralier super
siil.e 'va ner,,arrer
Sacrfilce 2S24 000 Irolde
(352) 586-6181 Cell










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TOYOTA
'03 Camary LE
loaded, 72k, clean,
$12,900.
(352) 628-6537
TOYOTA
2000, GTS Celica,
leather Interior,
18" TRD Rims & wheels,
Original wheels & tires.
Under 100,000mi. Value
$11,500. Asking $10,000.
352-270-3188
TOYOTA
COROLLA VE 1999
Green, 159000 hwy mi-
les, 5 spd, A/C, Power
Steering, AM/FM Ster-
eo, Single Compact
Dlsc,.some body dpm-
age, mechanically per-
fect. Well cared for
and garaged. $3,000
obo. (813) 766-5013
VW Passat Wagon
GLX, 2002, loaded,
leather. $15,500. OBO
(352) 586-6908




AUTO/SWAP/CAR
CORRAL SHOW
Sumter Co.
Fairgrounds
Florida Swap Meets
V Febutary 5th
( 1-800-438-8559
CORVETTE 1979
', *ulc. proCj Cl .:ar
Runs good. $3750/obo
Possible, trade.
(352) 726-6864
Corvette. 1979, "
Factory 4 speed, 350
eng., new leather seats,
a: ore-, a h', F* ',:
- :-IO : l -'r., |. ,T.,II i' ,
$8900. (352) 228-1812
MERCEDES
1974, 450SL convertible,
e'xc. cond., lots of work'
has been done. Asking
$15,000.,(352) 586-9498
.MUSTANG 1983
Convertible, auto, air,
40Korig. miles. Exc.
shape, $4500/obo
(352) 726-6864
OLDSMOBILE
i J, i 4 dr r.oir
,restordble cond.
C o' r,l.:.r. '',l., r-." "
.3 000(352) 726-0005




'03 Dodge
I. Durango 28K, SLT,
. Grey $18,488
'Call Richard
726-1238













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HWy. 44-W., Inverness

CHEVROLET

engine, .many new
parts, $3,500 obo
(352) 341-4586
CHEVROLET
2000 Slverado -71 4 .
wheel dr. Ext. cb, exc.
cond., loaded, $11,500
(352) 341-8451
CHEVY FULL SIZE
1993, Half Ton Pick up,
good all around truck,
v. t,:,ppl.r .2JO01 '.. 0.
(352)613-2801
DODGE
'05 Ram 1500, SWB;V-6,
exH cond,,ext. warr.
$7,500(352). 637-5973
or 813-951-5795.
S DODGE
1997 Ram 4x4 10e0.
Quad cab, $6500.
Sor best offer.
(352) 628-4228
DODGE 3500
1 ton Duallle, 2002, die-
sel, auto. 2WD, 1 owner,
28K actual miles, every
option plus. Kelly Blue'
F book $24,000, sell
S$23000. Exc. Second.
(352) 527-8951
FORD
2004, Ranger Edge,
Super cab flair side,
automatic, all pwr,
6CD, V6, nerf bar steps,
lockable fiberglass
cargo cover, spray In
liner, red; 12k, $15,000.
(352) 746-4313
FORD F
'86,18FT. Box Truck,
F700, w/ rear lift gate
Sand walk plank, Moved
two loads from Ohio
down. Great truck.
$4,300. (352) 563-0462
FORD
.'92, Ranger 4 x4, V6,
runs great 1 owner,
$2,000. obo
(352) 302-9443.
FORD F-250
1992,4.9, $3700.
352-220-1159


Ford Ranger
1988, runs great. Std.
Topper. $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.




'00 Chevy Blazer
LT, Red.
$10,488
Call Richard
726-1238


. 1999 JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE
62k mi,11000 obo,all 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
SALES .
Hwy. 44-W. Inverness
(352) 344-1411
Chevy Blazer
.2001, blue, 2 dr. excel.
cond. 49k, $7900.
(352)'249-3228
: Isuzu Amigo
1998, Great body,
motor needs help
$2,350.
(352) 621-7295 After 5p
JEEP
'95, Wrangler, 4 whi.
Drive, 4 cyl., 5 spd.,
runs good $5,000.
(352)697-1613-
Jeep'
'99, Wrangler, fully load-
ed, auto air, CD, tilt
cruise, 3 tops, new
goodyear. wrangler ti-
res, new step bars
$9,250. (352) 382-7001
or 314-249-8015
OLDSMOBILE
2000 Bravado, AWD, all
options, new tires,
leather, sunroof, CD
player, heated seats,
etc. low mileage,
$11,000 (352) 586-9498
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CHEVROLET
'.' J.J r c r. ot,.r ne,
::, -.'.r re l-erin.g brF-a'e
luner ,r,.j3 cc.mpuler
$2,200 (352) 637-5038
CHEVY
'66, fTor. iCor.g Pc.
,e 1.1oner
(352) 382-2195
Chevy Avalanch
2rX02 f.-el ..:.r.d .
'loaded, 64,300 miles,
Sugarmlll, $18,700.
(352) 382-1534
FORD
'96 F150 XLT.502-V8
Auto, All Pwr 69000m,
AM/FM CC, Excl Cond
$7200 Call 352-560-d011
FORD BRONCO
i9 e rioe..-.' rake;
-n'roaut and nre ,,
Custom Sound
$3,500 352-795-7785.
JEEP WRANGLER
.199T1,4cyl. 32" Super
Swampers w/4" lft, exc.
.c'ond. Runs great. $500C
firm. (352) 795-1816
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TOYOTA
:'95 Tacoma ? e1 cab.
S 4 *' J 1 I1k aulo, .'
$6.950.
(352) 628-6537.




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

BUY SELL
TRADE &
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COMO AUTO'
TRUCK & RV
SALES
Hwy. 44-W., Inverness
(352) 344-1411
Chevrolet
'95, Lumlna, 7 passen-
ger Mini Van
$2,300.
(352) 746-7040
CHEVY
2003, 15 Passenger
Van, excel. condition
29k ml., dual air, tinted
win., hitch, good for
churches or child care
centers, has been State
Inspected. $15,000.
352-542-8365
CHEVY
1997, high top conver-
sion Van, 80,000mi, new
tires, leather, TV, VCR,
$7,500. (352) 726-6596.
CHEVY ASTRO LT
1994, ext., loaded, excl.
cond. Very well maint.
Clean In & out. 118K
$2900. (352) 860-2243
Chevy Conversion
1995, High Top, Blue,
A/C, lots of extras.
Driven dally. $3000.
MUST SELLI 382-4252
DODGE
'97, Grand Caravan ,,In
excel. cond,, cold air,.
full power, new tires,
bought new car,
Must, sell, $3,900
(352) 527-3125
Eagle Summit
1992, 34+ Mpg. Runs &
looks good. $2300,
(352) 228-9790


FORD
'94 E-250 Super Van,
great work van,needs
minor stuff, $2,500 Frank
352-796-1874 613-2113
PLYMOUTH
'90 Grand Voyager, ex-
cel. cond., new tires,
A/C; CC, 3.3 Uter, very
well main., clean In and
out. Good work van;
asking $1,800.
(352) 527-3125

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Artic-Cat 250
like new $2,200.
(352) 302-7222
ATV + ATC USED PARTS
SBuy-Sell-Trade ATV, ATC,
SGo-carls, 12-5pm Dave's
USA (352) 628-2084


BUELL BLAST
2005 500cc, Brand new,
less than 500 miles.
1 $3500
(352)637-2509
HONDA
03, Silver Wing, 600cc,
like, new, low miles
$5,000. (352) 794-4129


HONDA
1987, Goldwing
. Interstate, 31K, Just
serviced, new battery,
$3500. (352) 527-3641
Honda Matic CB400
1978, Looks good, runs
good. Extra seat &
saddlebags. $2000.
(352) 422-7304

HONDA OF
CRYSTAL RIVER
2006.VTX1300
$9,699.00
SALE $8,699.00
2006.VT7250
$6,899.00
SALE $6,399.00
SALE ENDS 1/31/06
(352) 795-4832

KAWASAKI
1993, Vulcan 750cc,
windshield, new tires,
brakes, HWy Pegs, Gar-
age kept, adult ridden,
$2850, 352-422-7336
. (352) 344-1948 msg
KAWASAKI NINJA
250 2003, Like new,
less than 4800 miles.
$2500.
(352) 637-1024
KAWASAKI
VULCAN 750 1997
8500 miles, $3850.00
Orgi Adult Owner
(352)382-4205

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PAGSTA
New, mini chopper, 49
cc, street legal, plus car
carrier; $1,500 obo
(352) 628-4276
Suzuki RM85
2006, ridden 4 times,
like new. $2700. OBO
(352).212-1776


Kawaski Vulcan
Classic 800, 2001,
loaded, 2000 miles, like
new. A Steall $4950.
(352) 476-1543 Bev. His.
MOTORCYCLE TRAILER
3 rail, heavy duty,
14" wheels, $350/obo
(352) 795-7325



M1
379-0129 SUCRN
Transportation Disadvan-
taged Coordinating Bd.
.Meeting 2/17/2006
PUBUC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the Transportation
Disadvantaged Coordl-
nating Board will hold a
regular meeting at 10:30
A.M., on the 17th day of
February, 2006, at the
Lecanto : Government
Building at 3600 W. Sover-
eign Path, Suite 166,
L..:ar,.:. FL :u..utic
r,, p-r:.;.r rq.jil g :pe-
Ci31 On::, -rr.,:.all,:,r. or
desiring further Informa-
tion regarding this meet-
Ing may contact the
Transportation Supervisor
,of Citrus County Transit;
1300 .S. Lecanto Highway,
Building #22, Lecanto, FL
34461. Telephone: (352)
527-7630,


380-0129 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhil Ih. CITRUS COUNTY
TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL .i.i r,.:.ia reigua.
r ir,': mrrring Weanesdav Februarv 8 2006 at 9-00
a m at Ihe Lecanlo Government Building 3600 W Sov-
ereign Path Room 166 Lecanlo FL 34461.
Any person desiring further Information regarding this.
meeting may'conia.: I ih E.-.'jil Offices of the
Board 'of County .C.,mirri..ic.r' I II ": ..oj -
'nue, Inverness, Florida, 34450 5,--A' :..t


Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at
this meeting because of a disability or physical Impair-
ment should contact the County Administrator's Office,
110 N. Apopka Avenue, Room 102, Inverness, Florida,
34450 (352) 341-6560, at least one day before the
meeting.. If you are hearing or speech Impaired, use
the TDD telephone (352) 341-6580.
GARY BARTELL, CHAIRMAN
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
OF CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any person who' decides to ap-
peal any decision of the Governing Body with respect
to any matter considered at,this meeting will need a
record of the proceedings and for such purpose may
need to provide that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceeding Is made, which record Includes testimony' and
evidence upon which the appeal -is to be, based
(Section 286.0101, Florida Statutes).
Published one (1) time In the Citrus County Chronicle,
January 29, 2006."

382-0129 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
Bid Information
The Citrus' County Board of County Commissioners will
accept sealed bids for:
Bid No.: 049-06
Tri-Pon Boat and Trailer
To obtain additional Inform4ion concerning the.an-
nouncement, please visit the Citrus County Website at:.
www bocc ctrus.flus and click on the Bid information
option or call Onvia/Demandstar at: (0B) 711-1712.
Deadline for the receipt of bids: February 23, 2006, at
'2:00 p:m. .
A public bid opening will be held .:t 2 30 p.mn, on Feb- .
ruary 23, 2006, at the Lecanto :-...rr.mr,I Building, lo-
cated at: 3600 West Sovereign Path, Lecanto, Florida
34461; -
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meeting. If you are" hearing or speech impaired, use
the TE r,- i.sc.r.o,re 352. *." 2 3 i.i,


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CITRUS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Gary Bartell, Chairman
Published one (1) time In the Citrus County Chronicle,
January 29,2006.

381-0129 SUCRN
PUBC NOTICE
RFQ No. 053-06
FORT ISLAND GULF BEACH FOOD CONCESSION
Citrus County Board of County Commissioners will re-
ceive Statements of Qualifications from interestedd firms
to.provide exclusive food sales concession. at the Fort.
Island Beach,, Proposals should be delivered to Citrus
County Board of County Commissioners, Attn: Geor-
gette Brock,. 3600 West Sovereign Path, Suite 266,
Lecanto, FL 34461, by 2:00 P.M., February 23, 2006.
Contact the above office at (352) 527-5203, for a copy
of the Request for Proposal..
G4ra, B'17EItL CHiAn?r.1 4 r
Ciir; ',ic.'rr. BC.-'O CF C Our T, Coi ,I3t,3l2porEP-
Published one (1) time in the Citrus County Chronicle,
,January 29, 2006.

: 383-0129 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
RFQ No. 055-06
Professional Arcnilectural and Engineering Services
for the Citrus County Health Department
Dental Clinic at the Citrus County Resource Center
Citrus County Board of County Commissioners is solic-
iting .Statements of Qualifications for architectural and
ernginlri,'..: .,.i.:es relating to the planning and de-
ign ci3 in, CIru,. County Health Department Dental
.ir.i.: ,r .r e Citrui County Resource Center (CCRC).
ir.e CC',C building Is located at 2804 W. Marc
'r.Igr,.:r Cl,, Lecanto, Rcrica Pi'c.p. -.ai :houl.3 b6 de-
II.r-leO Cltru. C'urnr B.':.ara or Courry C.:.rmrrI;;.Ic.rt
., r. C-ecicgenr Br.:,c. :i6i0: We.:6 So'.ereIgr, farn
':ule ;o: L-,.:ro FL .-.I. i by 2.00 P.M February 23,
2006 C,:.-iia.:r r,- Co.. ohice 01 -,5, .l 20 101o. at r
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fu aII:ry2.a r.0, i. I,- ir. mre. Cirrui Counr, Cr.rr,-i. l
January 29,2006.. .


NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC:
Any person who decides
to appeal any decision of
the goveming body with
respect to any matter
considered at this meet-
ing will need a record of
,the proceedings and' for
such purposes may need
to provide that a verba-
tim record .of the pro-
ceeding Is made, which
Includes testimony and'
e.i.-r.:.- uc'.:, rhich the
ap-ea i i: ic, r- based..
(Section 286,0101, Florida
Statutes.)
Gary Bartell
Chairman of the
Board of County
Commissioners of.
Citrus County, Florida
Published one (1) time In
the Citrus County Chroni-
cle, January 29, '2006.






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