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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.
Inverness Fla
Publication Date: February 7, 2006
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Subject: Newspapers -- Inverness (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Inverness
Coordinates: 28.839167 x -82.340278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 48, no. 51 (June 8, 1939).
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White House seeks big budget cuts


Proposals giving

some lawmakers

election headaches

Associated Press
WASHINGTON President Bush
sent his GOP allies in Congress an
austere budget for next year that is
filled with political land mines and


flush ~ ith difficult choices.
The document unveiled Monday
clamps down on domestic programs
favored by lawmakers and calls for
politically perilous curbs to Medicare
that promise to bog down in a
Congress already poisoned b.% elec-
tion-year politics.
"It's a heavy lift," said Senate
Budget Committee Chairman Judd
Gregg. R-N.H. "There's no question
it's going to be a challenge."
Despite the sacrifices called for in
education, Amtrak, community devel-


opment and local law enforcement
grants, health research and many
other programs frozen or cut under
his plan. Bush's $2.77 trillion blue-
print forecasts a record $423 billion
deficit for the current year and
improves upon that figure in 2007
largely by lowballing cost estimates
for the war in Iraq.
Bush gives a generous 6.9 percent
budget increase to the Pentagon -
which %would receive a record $439
billion before accounting for the wars
in Iraq and Afghanistan and wants


Congress to pass a $3 billion or 14 per-
cent increase in foreign aid.
His proposal projects $70 billion in
new funds to execute the war in Iraq
through the end of September, which
will come in a detailed request later
this month and bring total war fund-
ing for 2006 to $120 billion. Another
$50 billion is allocated for next year.
"'My administration has focused the
nation's resources on our highest pri-
ority protecting our citizens and
our homeland," Bush said in his budg-
et message.


The White House also said that it
will request another $18 billion or so
in hurricane relief in the next few
days.
At the same time. Bush proposes to
kill or dramatically slash 141 pro-
grams for savings of almost $15 bil-
lion. Congress is likely to reject many
of the cuts, such as a proposal to kill
the Comnmodity Supplemental Food
Program. which provides food aid to
the very poor
Please see 0.iiDGTf/Page 5A


County


cool to


land


swap


request


terrywitt@
chronicleonline.com
GChron icle
A proposal to trade county-
owned land in Homosassa tor
a strip of state forest around
the landfill is raising the hack-
les of a woman who fears it
could impact the future of
Bluebird Springs Park.
The proposal would give the
/ county a long-term lease on 56
acres of Withlacoochee State
Forest land surrounding the
Citrus County Landfill for
long-term monitoring of
methane gas and chemicals
that -could be leaching from -
the facility.
In exchange. the county
would grant the Division of
Forestry 30 1 2 acres of land in
Homosassa. some of it near
Bluebird Springs Park, to
become part of the Homosassa
Tract of the Withlacoochee
State Forest
Buit Homosassa resident
Georgeanna Phelps said the
land the county w\,ants to trade
Swas donated for future expan-
sion of Bluebird Springs Park.
and she opposes the county
giving it away
She said Edward and Joan
Pliss of Cocoa Beach donated
the land on Dec. 29, 1977, for
the expansion ofthe park She
said Stormy Johnson donated,
an additional five lots. "
'I don't know whether the
state will listen or not, but I
want to get my barbs in,"
Phelps. "I know we don't want
those lots given to the state."
Solid Waste Director Susie
Metcalfe said the county is
Please see :.." "/Page 5A


Blazing a new trail in Citrus County


MATTHEW BECKiC h-r,,r, le
Crum Services employee David Pease balances himself atop a fallen tree Monday morning at Fort Cooper State Park in Inverness. He and a work crew are remov-
ing trees along a path that will soon be linked to the Withalcoochee State Trail.

New walkway will link local attractions For Cooper and Withlacoochee State Trail


dpieklik@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle"
With work continuing this week to
build a trail connecting Fort Cooper
State Park to the Withlacoochee State
Trail, it seems a plan that stemmed
from improving drainage in the area
wasn't just a pipe, dream.
SSince the end of January, workers
from Dolphin Constructors in Tampa
have been preparing an almost half-
.mile path through the forest for its


conversion to a multi-purpose trail.
Once completed, the 2,297-foot trail
will connect the popular state bike
trail to the 710-acre park.
"It's been on the wish list for years
and years and years to have it done,"
Park Manager Harry Mitchell said.
"'Tlis is something that people are
going to use."
The trail first appeared on
Mitchell's wish list about a decade
ago, he said. when the state
Department of Transportation first
started looking to collect storm water


along U.S. 41. Ultimately, the DOT
looked at an easement along the trail
to install underground pipes for a
drainage system to handle runoff.
At the time. Mitchell said the state
park wanted to connect to the
Withlacoochee State Trail for more
accessibility, but funding was an
issue. So the park, which used to
operate the 46-mile paved rail trail
before control sw itched to the Office
of Greenways & Trails, agreed to sell
land next to the bike trail to the DOT
In return, the DOT agreed to supply


funding that the park could use
toward a project.
DOT spokeswoman Kayleen
Mueller; who was the project manag-
er, said the plan of buying the ease-
ment was the "least disruptive" lor
residents and trail users. When a
reporter told her the money was used
to build the trail extension, she said it
was wonderful because park staflT had
been talking about it fora while
"The community there is so neat,"
Please see '/Page 5A


Hollins family


details its vision




Jim H4'uP-Jmir
jhunter@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Some day Citrus County may see a vibrant
industrial port center on the Cross Florida
Barge Canal.
It would be complete with a public marina
w\ ith wet slips and a high and dry storage facili-
ty, restaurants, a resort hotel, recreational and
commercial fishing opportunities and retail
shopping.
The Hollins family, which would develop the


HOLLINS HISTORY
The HolIhns family began its interests in
northwest Citrus in 1942. In the 1960s. the
federal government took the canal lands
from the family and built the western term
nus of the canal, slicing through
Hollinswood. The canal, however, met with
environmental opposition and was decor
missioned. It was never finished. The feder
al government eventually gave the canal to
the state, which created the Cross Florida
Greenway, a linear park and trail across the
state on the canal right of way.

center, said it would be called "The Port
District" .
The concept is part of the long-range vision
\statement in \hat's called an "overlay district,"
for'the 'amiKl's 2.4-square-mile property along
the northwest shore of the canal. An overlay
plan is done to outline the goals, objectives and

Please see HO. .. tt/Page 4A


Mawhinney remembered for


hard-working, charitable spirit


KHUONG PHAN
kphan@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Thomas Andrew Mawhinney
was a soldier, an athlete, a
shrewd businessman, but more
importantly to those who knew
him, he was a philanthropist, a
family man and a dear friend.
On Saturday, Mawhinney
succumbed to cancer, dying at
his home in Inverness. He was
86 years old.
"It was a hard day Saturday
when we got word," said


Hospice of Citrus also served as presi-
County director Ton.m dent for five years.
Palumbo. "It was a "For a time, he was
shock that Tom was the backbone, if not the
officially gone." formidable infrastruc-
During the 25 years ture of the organiza-
Mawhinney lived in tion," Palumbo said.
Citrus: County he gave "He was also someone
earnestly of himself to Andrew whenever had an agen-
area. charities and Mawhinney da except what was
organizations that he best for Hospice. A lot
believed'served a great benefit of things you see in the county
to the community. Notably, he that are coming to fruition now
was a highly influential board were because of Tom."
member with Hospice of Citrus
County for 14 years, where he Please see SPIRIT/Page 4A


Annie's Mailbox . 8C
Movies .... . . . 9C
Comics ........ 9C
Crossword . . . 8C
Editornal . . . 12A
Horoscope . . 9C
Obituaries ....... 6A
Stocks . . ...10A
Three Sections


Actor into multitasking


Freddie Prinize J brings amrrily values to
the set and scrits,.:t Freddie. 2A


Woman shows
new face
The
Frenchwoman
who received
the world's
first partial
.face trans-
plant showed
off her new
features
Monday, and
her scar./14A


If the
shoe fits
Shopping for
shoes can be
a sole-ful
experience,
but take
caution to buy
styles that not
only look
good, but fit
your feet
well./1C


Taking It to
the limit
* Fossett to try for
aviation
record./3A
* Homosassa man
arrested in bat-
tery case./3A
* Utility pressed for
answers on new
wells, mainte-
nance./3A


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2A TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 2006 ENTERTAINMENT Cimus Couivn' (FL) CHRONICLE


LOTTERIES Actor brings family values to 'Freddie'


Here are the
winning numbers
selected Monday in
l the Florida
Lottery:

CASH 3
3-7-4
PLAY 4
5 0-1-2
FANTASY 5
5 -18 27 30 32
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5
'Cash'3:0 6 0
Play 4:0 7 -1 7
Fantasy 5:2 10 11 13 21
5-of-5 3 winners $64,317.97
4-of-5 396 $78.50
3-of-5 10,715 $8
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4
Cash 3: 3- 3- 6
Play 4: 0-5-0-5
Fantasy 5:7 19 21 -31 -35
5-of-5 2 winners $139,711.57
4-of-5 348 $129.50
3-of-5 12,759 $9.50 ,
Lotto: 7 20 21 33 39 51
6-of-6 No winner
5-of-6 73 $6,041
4-of-6 4,564 $78.50
3-of-6 93,445 $5
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3
Cash 3:1 8 3
Play 4:1 2 5- 5
Fantasy 5: 2- 8 23 34 35
5-of-5 No winner
4.-of-5 276 $1087 50
3-of-5 9645 $12
Mega Money: 13 32 35 41


Mega Ball: 14
4-of-4 MB N
4-of-4 7
3-of-4 MB 5
3-of-4 1
2-of-4 MB 1
2-of-4 36
1-of-4 MB 11


No winner

9
,152
,621
6 024
5 528


$1,571 50
5408 50
$62
$30 50
$2
$3


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2
Cash 3: 5 3- 2
Play 4: 4 6 3 7
Fantasy 5:2 12 28 33 36
5-of-5 2 winners $117 908.50
4-of-5 286 $13250
3-of-5 9,026 $11 50
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1
Cash 3:3 7 5
Play 4: 1 6 4 8
Fantasy 5: 4 8 11 30 31
5-of-5 2 winners $124,059 98
4-of-5 339 $118
3-of-5 10.449 $1050
Lotto: 15 27 32 33- 34 45


INSIDE THE NUMBERS
To verify the accuracy of
winning lottery numbers,
players should double-check'
the numbers printed above''*
with numbers officially .posted
by the Florida'Lottery. On the
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Associated Press

BURBANK, Calif. -- Freddie Prinze Jr.,
is surrounded by a group of giggling pubes-
cent girls. But a fan attack it's not; merely a
scene for his sitcom, "Freddie,"
shooting on a Warner Bros. sound-
stage.
Prinze, 29, still looks as cute as a
teen idol should be, but in this
episode, his character, Freddie
Moreno, is trying to fulfill surrogate
dad duties, chiding niece Zoey and
her friends for behaving inappro- ]
privately.
Moreno, a successful chef plan- Fret
ning to enjoy the bachelor high-life Prinz
with rich pal Chris, has been drawn star
back into family responsibilities, co-eve
For various reasons, his sister and, for "Fr
her young daughter, his grandma,
and his widowed sister-in-law have all
moved in with him, re-enveloping him in
the women's world in which he grew up
after his father abandoned the family.
Besides being the title star, Prinze also is


co-creator, co-writer and co-executive pro-
ducer of the ABC sitcom, which airs
Wednesday at 8:30 p m., and he takes his
multitasking duties very seriously.
"It's a lot of responsibility, but I wouldn't
have it any other way... this is what
I need," he says. "There are things
that I've done that people are so
quick to take credit for and there's
really not a lot I can do about that
because of the perception of actors.
So in order to protect myself, I
needed everyone to understand
that this is something that I love
and this is something that I watch
Idie over and I protect on a daily basis."
:e Jr. Nevertheless, he immediately
and dishes out thanks to his cast, crew,
rything and co-creators. Bruce Helford
eddie. and Bruce Rasmussen. because, "I
don't delude myself that I care any
more than they do."
F, amous for horror and comedy movies
popular with young audiences ("I. Know
What You Did Last Summer," "Scooby
Doo"), Prinze knew the TV industry would


expect his sitcom character to be "that per-
fect guy that everyone wants to take their
daughter to the prom... but that's not excit-
ing," he says.
So he gave Moreno many flaws. "He's a
touch too arrogant. He's sort of been
raised a little prince, to be perfect, and he
believes a bit of that, and that gets him into
trouble. That's the flaw we play up the
most," says Prinze, who also describes his
character as "not as book smart as your
average bear"
Writer-producer Conrad Jackson, who.
helped create the show and who is partly
the inspiration for Freddie's best buddy,
Chris, met Prinze when they were kids in
.Albuquerque, N.M.
He says the show is "very much
Freddie's life," although Freddie, married
since 2002 to actress Sarah Michelle
'Gellar, ]ias never been "the player Freddie
is-so that aspect is more a fantasy, but as
far as the way he deals with kids and has
women constantly influencing his life, I
think that's pretty much how it is in real
life."


Associated Press

MOORPARK. Calif. -
Feznick. an aspiring celebrity
kangaroo, underwent lip sur-
gery because he was bitten by
a wolf[at a Hollywood animal
farm.
The 75-pound kangaroo
underwent plastic surgery on
Sunday and veterinarians say
the marsupial will soon be
ready to resume his acting
career.
Feznick is an aspiring actor
who often appears at corpo-
rate events and was on the red
carpet for the opening of last
year's movie flop "Kangaroo
Jack," his owner Eadie
McMullan said.
Last year, Feznick stuck his
snout under a Fence at a Kern
County farm for Hollywood
animals and was bitten by a
wolf, leaving the 4-year-old
kangaroo with a toothy, Billy
Idol-style sneer, veterinarian
ScottAmsel said.
Surgery on Sunday turned
Feznick's muzzle back into a
fuzzy, made-for-TV' face.

Tenor goes soprano
NEW YORK The Three
Tenors won't make it to a fifth
straight World Cup and will be


replaced by two tenors and a
soprano.
A news con-
ference was
scheduled for P
Tuesday at the
Metropolitan a
Opera House
to a ounce
that Placido
Domingo will
be joined by P lcid-
tenor Rolando Do.ini-go
Villazon and
soprano Anna Netrebko at a
concert in Berlin on July 7,
tweo days before the World Cup
final.
On the final weekend of the
last four World Cups, Domingo
sang with Luciano Pavarotti
and Jose Carreras in concerts
where the trio was dubbed
"The Three Tenors." Those
performances took place in
Rome (1990), Los Angeles
(1994). Paris (1998) and Yoko-
hama., Japan (2002). According
to Domingo's Web site, there
have been a total of34 "Three
Tenors" concerts in which the
trio sang, the last on Sept. 28,
2003. at Columbus, Ohio.

Rocker keeps focus
BOMBAY, India Bryan
Adams is writing a new album,


Scott Reisfeld, a grand-nephew of Swedish-born actress "
Greta Gabo, poses in front of a photograph of his aunt, taken
by Clarence Sinclair Bull in 1931, and shown Monday at the
Filmmuseum in Frankfurt, Germany. The museum is present-
ing 90 photos from Greta Garbo's private collection in an
exhibition that will run until May 7.


but of the 30 songs he's writers must have.
already come up with.f "It's a really difficult
he loves just three. process," he said. "You
"There's a saying, have to be methodical
'It's easy to write songs, and Focused."
but very difficult to He released his first
write great songs.'" I'm albun ii 1980, but it
going through that wasn't until -his third
right now," Adams told "Cuts Like a Knife" in
reporters Friday while Arani 1983 that the hits began
on his fourth tour to ~ to roll in
India. Adams has since won
Adams spoke of the disci- 10 Grammys and scored 12
pline and objectivity that song- platinum discs worldwide.


Today in
HISTORY

Today is Tuesday, Feb. 7, the
38th day of 2006. There are 327
days left in the year.
Today's Highlight in History:
On Feb. 7, 1812,'author Charles
Dickens was bom in Portsmouth,
England.
On this date:
In 1904, a fire began in Balti-
more that raged for about 30 hours
and destroyed more than 1,500
buildings.
In 1906, 100 years ago, Pu Yi,
the last emperor of China, was*
bom in Beijing.
In 1936, President Roosevelt
authorized a flag for the office of
the vice president.
In 1944, during World War II, the
Germans launched a counteroffer
sive at Anzio, Italy.
In 1964, The Beatles began
their first American tour as they
arrived at New York's John F.
Kennedy International Airport.
In 1974, the island nation of'
Grenada won independence from
Britain.
In 1984, space shuttle astro-
nauts Bruce McCandless II and
Robert L. Stewart went on the first'
untethered space walk.
In 1986, the Philippines held a
presidential election marred by
charges of fraud against the
incumbent, Ferdinand E. Marcos.
In 1986, Haitian President-for-
Life Jean-Claude Duvalier fled his
country, ending 28 years of his
family's rule.
Ten years ago: During a
Central America tour, Pope John
Paul II received a warm welcome
in Nicaragua, his first visit there
since 1983.
Five years ago: The Senate
voted to release $582 million in
dues owed the United Nations.
One year ago: President Bush
proposed a $2.57 trillion budget f
that would erase scores of pro-
grams but still worsen federal *1
deficits by $42 billion during the
next five years.
Today's Birthdays: Country
singer Wilma Lee Cooper is 85.
Author Gay Talese is 74. Actor
Miguel Ferrer is 51. Reggae musi-A
cian Brian Travers (UB40) is 47. 1
Actor James Spader is 46. Country
singer Garth Brooks is 44. Rock
musician David Bryan (Bon Jovi) is
44. Comedian Eddie Izzard is 44.
Actor-comedian Chris Rock is 41.
Actor Jason Gedrick is 39. Actor. ,
Ashton Kutcher is 28.
Thought for Today: "Hurii "'
beings are the only creatures who
are able to behave irrationally in
the name of reason." -Ashley
Montagu, English anthropologist
(1905-1999).


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CITRUS COUNTY WEATHER


FOUR DAY OUTLOOK
TODAY Exclus;e d dly lorcasl rb
High: 70 Low: 43
Partly cloudy with a slight chance
of showers.
WEDNESDAY
High: 64 Low: 42
Mostly sunny skies with breezy and cooler
conditions.
THURSDAY
High: 63 Low: 40
Partly cloudy and seasonably cool.


FRIDAY
High: 64 Low: 43
Mostly sunny skies and continued cool.


City H L F'cast City H L F'cast
Daytona Bch. 69 42 shwrs Miami 77 59 ptcldy
Ft. Lauderdale 77 57 ptcldy Ocala 68 39 shwrs
Fort Myers 75 50 ptcldy Orlando 71 44 ptcldy
Gainesville 68 37 shwrs Pensacola 59 34 sunny
Homestead 77 57 ptcldy Sarasota 70 48 ptcldy
Jacksonville 65 38 shwrs Tallahassee 62 32 shwrs
Key West 75 62 ptcldy Tampa 68 45 ptcldy
Lakeland 70 44 ptcldy Vero Beach 74 .49 ptcldy
Melbourne 73 48 ptcldy W. Palm Bch; 77 54 ptcldy


Southwest winds from 5 to 10 knots. Seas Gulf water
2 to 3. Bay and inland waters a light chop. temperature
Partly cloudy skies with a slight chance of
showers. 630


Taken at Egmont Key


Location Sun. Mon. Full
Withlacoochee at Holder 30.37 30.53 35.52
Tsala Apopka-Hernando 38.44 38.43 39.25
Tsala Apopka-lnverness 39.69 39.68 40.60
Tsala Apopka-Floral City 41.31 41.31 42.40
Levels reported in feet above sea level. Flood stage for lakes are based on 2.33-year flood, the mean-
annual flood which has a 43-precent chance of being equaled or exceeded in any one year. This data Is
obtained from the Southwest Florida Water Management District and is subject to revision. In no event will
the District or the United States Geological Survey be liable for any damages arising out of the use of this
data. If you have any questions you should contact the Hydrologlcal Data Section at (352) 796-7211.


city
Chassahowitzka
Crystal River
Withlacoochee
Homosassa


Tide times are for the mouths of the rivers.
Tuesday Wednesday
High/Low High/Low High/Low High/Low
3:31 p/9:35 a ---/8:12 p 12:40 a/10:54 a 4:32 p/9:57 p
1:52 p/6:57 a 11:01 p/5:34 p 2:53 p/8:16 a ---/7:19 p
11:39 a/4:45 a 8:48 p/3:22 p 12:40 p/6:04 a 10:08 p/5:07 p
2:43 p/8:34 a 11:52 p/7:11 p 3:44 p/9:53 a ---/8:56 p


TEMPERATURE*
Monday
Record
Normal
Mean temp.
Departure from mean
PRECIPITATION*
Monday
Total for the month
Total for the year
Normal for the year


72/36
86/23
49/72
54
-6

0.00 in.
2.85 in.
3.75 in.
3.93 in.


*As of 6 p.m.from Hemando County Airport
UV INDEX: 5
0-2 minimal, 3-4 low, 5-6 moder-
ate, 7-9 high, 10+ very high
BAROMETRIC PRESSURE


Ul -t 7' 4 -s'


1312


f1.21 HR.27 MACH iB


Monday at 3 p.m. 30.15 in.
DEW POINT
Monday at 3 p.m. 37
HUMIDITY
Monday at 3 p.m. 29%'
POLLEN COUNT**
Trees were heavy, grasses were
moderate and weeds were light.
"Light o .nl Ir me.m i allergic : wul norcw "yrp-
toms, moderate most allergic will experience
symptoms, heavy all allergic will experience
symptoms.
AIR QUALITY
Monday was good wih pollul-
ants mainly particulales.


SUNSET TONIGHT.:....................... 6:14 P.M.
SUNRISE TOMORROW.....................7:14 A.M.
MOONRISE TODAY....................... 1:20 P.M.
MOONSET TODAY ................... 3:10 A.M.


DATE DAY MINOR MAJOR MINOR MAJOR
(MORNING) (AFTERNOON)
2/7 TUESDAY 1.2:50 7:04 1:17 7:30
2/8 WEDNESDAY 1:39 7:52 2-05 8:19


Today's Fire Danger Rating is: LOW
For more infornati n call Florida Division'of Forestry at, (352) 754-6777. For more
information on drought conditions, please visit the Division of Forestry's Web site:,
httpi/flame.fl-dof.com/fire_weather/kbdi


The current lawn watering restriction for the unincorporated areas of Citrus County allow
residents to water twice a week: Addresses ending in 0, 1 or 2 and A through I may water
Monday and Thursday; addresses ending in 3, 4, 5 or 6 and J through R may water
Tuesday and Friday; and addresses ending In 7,8 or 9 and S through Z have Wednesday
and Saturday. Watering must be done before 10 a.m. or after 4 p.m. New plant material may
be irrigated during a 60-day establishment period (restrictions apply).
Residents within the city limits of Inverness can water according to the following schedule,
before 10 a.m. or after 4 p.m. Addresses ending In even numbers or A-M water Tuesday
and/or Saturday only; addresses ending in odd numbers or N-Z water Wednesday and/or
Sunday only.
Residents of Crystal River can water on Tuesday and/or Friday, before 9 a.m. or after 5 p.m.


FORECAST FOR 3:00 P.M.
TUESDAY
Monday Tuesday


City
Albany
Albuquerque
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Fosset ready to set new record


Take off presents

major danger


Associated ress
SCAPE CANAVERAL Speeding
halfway down a 15,000-foot runway, avi-
ation adventurer Steve Fossett will
have to make a quick decision: stop or
continue with his attempt to take off in
an experimental airplane to break the
flight distance record.
The .wrong choice today could send
the plane into a ditch at the end of the
Kennedy Space Center runway, or
worse, create a fiery end for an aircraft
in whiqh fuel makes up 85 percent of
the weight.
"There is a risk in the takeoff. There
is a risk during the flight of running out
of fuel or other mechanical failure in


..TERRY Wrr .
terrywitt@ .
chronicleonline.com ,.
Chrnoniche
The Florida Governmental
Utility Autholity faces millions
of dollars' in repairs and
upgrades, to the water and
wastewater systems it pur-
chased two years ago in Citrus
County, a county government
report has concluded.
In the report, County En-
gineering; Director Al
McLaurin said FGUA is not
ignoring the problems and has
made an.. effort to bring the
facilities,:, ito compliance by
budgeting for the.repairs and
upgrades,.in its five-year con-
struction plan. FGUA complet-
ed 48 percent oft lie.work it had
plamed to. db-i29005.
"it is. just that there are so
many problems, especially at
the wastewater treatment
plants, that they cannot correct
all of the problems at once,"
McLaurin said in a report for
the Citrus County Water and
Wastewater, Authority (WWA).
"This is a result of current
growth that is. affecting all
facilities throughout Florida."
McLaurin's report was made
public Monday as part of WWA's
monthly meeting. It surfaced as
FGUA Director of Operations
Charles Sweat was pressed for
answers about when the gov-
ernment utility plans to build
new water, wells for Citrus
Springs and Pine Ridge.
McLaurin's' report said
FGUA needs to build: new
water wells for Citrus Springs.
Gospel Island and Pine Ridge.
FGUA inherited the mainte-
nance problems from Florida
Water Services Corp. when it
bought the systems in
December 2003. None of the
problems identified in
McLaurin's report pose an


KHUONG PHAN
kphan@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
According to the Citrus
County Sheriff's Office, a
Homosassa man left a Super
Bowl party and got into a phys-
ical altercation with a woman.
Harold Buskirk IH, 27, was
arrested at 1:40 a.m. Monday.
on charges tampering with a
victim/informant and domestic
battery.
No bond was set.
According to the arrest
report, deputies talked to a
woman who stated that she and
Buskirk had attended a Super
Bowl party Sunday night at
which Buskirk had several
Alcoholic drinks. The pair then


Associated Press
LAKELAND Publix cus-
tomers in Miami, Orlando and
Tampa will soon be able to get
treatment for minor injuries
and ailments at walk-in med-
ical clinics opening inside


an experimental aircraft," Fossett said private sector has taken off from the


Monday at a news conference accompa-


nied by Richard
Branson, whose compa-
ny, Virgin Atlantic, is
sponsoring the flight 1
"I'm not confident of
success because of confidl
what I'm trying to do ... success
We calculate that I will Success
be able to complete the of what I'
flight and have a suc-
cess, but it will be very to do.
close."
Fossett was set to
take off from the Ste
'Kennedy Space Center will be tryir
in Florida early today
on the 27,012-mile non-
stop trip around the world, and then on
to London. in a spindly experimental.
airplane that helped him break a dif-
ferent record last year: It's the first time
an experimental airplane built by the


immediate health hazard to
FGUA's customers, said
Utilities Regulatory Director
Robert Knight.
As part of the purchase. FGLUA
took ownership of the water
and/or sewer systems in Apache
Shores. Citrus Springs, Golden
Terrace, Gospel Island. Lakeside
Cotmtry Club. Oak ForestL Pine
Ridge, Point 0' Woods. Rose-
montLRolling 'Green, Spring
Gardens and Sugarmill Woods.
Donald Cox, a WWA board
member: said records show the
water systems in Citrus
Springs and Pine Ridge are ap-
proaching capacity. He wanted
to know if FGUA was prepared
to add water-pumping capacity.
Charles Sweat, FGUA's
director..of operations, said a.
test well has already beeiltug
in Citrus Spiings. and construc-
tion of a production well at the
same location will take place
this year: He said FGUA does-
n't low yet if it will add one or
two more wells in the Citrus
Springs-Pine Ridge area.
In other business:
The board voted 5-0 to
have FGUA investigate a com-
plaint by Michael Castricone
that Citrus Springs water line
near his home passes tLirough
a drainage retention pond.
Castricone said if the water
pipe were to break it could be
contaminated with stormwater:
Castricone has also com-
plained for two years that
Florida Water Services
allowed diesel fuel to spill on
the 'ground near water well
three. He is concerned it may
contaminate the water. He
mentioned the problem again.
but W WA took no action.
WWA instructed Knight to
draft a proposed policy on how,
residents would be charged for
water lost when water pipes
break. Utilities handle the mat-
ter in different ways.


got into an argument in the car
as they were leaving the festiv-
ities. Reportedly, Buskirk
punched the car's windshield
and backhanded the woman
across the face.,
Upon arriving at his home,
Buskirk reportedly grabbed a
cordless telephone so the
woman could not contact law
enforcement. She was able to
retrieve another phone, but she
contends that Buskirk hit her in
the face. Reportedly, Buskirk
then put the woman over his
shoulder as he tried to wrestle
the phone from her hands.
The woman told deputies
that she bit Buskirk on the
head at this time in an attempt
to get free. Buskirk then
dropped the woman, grabbed


some of the stores later this
year, the chain said Monday.
Lakeland-based Publix said
it has signed an agreement
with The Little Clinic, based in
Louisville, Ky., to open clinics
in some stores by midyear.
Publix spokeswoman Maria


_NASA center.
Last March. Fossett
became the first person
to fly solo nonstop,-
'm not without refueling,
around the globe in 67
ent of hours in the Virgin
Atlantic Global Flyer
because experimental plane,
mt flnd which has 18,000
I trying pounds of fuel at take-
off. During the trip, he
lost 3,100 pounds of fuel
from a leak but still
ve Fosset landed with a reserve
ig to beat a flight of 1,500 pounds of fuel.,
record. The amount of fuel
reserve left over made


Fossett realize that the plane hadn't
flown to its full capacity and wasn't
ready for retirement to the
Smithsonian ,National. Air and ,Space
Museum.


"We have designed this flight to use
the full capability of this airplane, to fly
further than any plane has ever flown."
Fossett said. .
If Fossett completes. this 3 1/2-day
trip, he will surpass the previous air-
plane record of 24,987 miles set in 1986,
as wqll as a balloon record of 25,361
miles'set in 1999.
The trip requires permission. from:
nations around the globe. Libya was the
first nation to grant permission, but
Fossett's team is still waiting for
approval from China and Iran. Fossett
said he expects China's permission and
has an alternate route if Iran doesn't
agree to the flight path.
Not only will Fossett have to over-
come fuel concerns and sleep depriva-
tion aided only by five-minuite naps dur-
ing the flight, but his plane will be buf-
feted by the jietstream in which he
needs to fly to get the maximum dis-
tance.


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MATTHEW BECK/Chronicle
Leonard Powell Inc. employee Eugene Trofin smoothes out wet cement Monday afternoon near
the corner of U.S. 41 and Eden Drive in Inverness. He and a crew of five other men from the
company poured and finished sidewalks and curbing as part of the highway-widening project.


both phones so she could not
contact authorities, packed his
belongings and left.
Deptities noted that the
woman's face was red and
beginniiig to sw-ell and they
also reported a cut on her hip,
from being dropped to the'
ground.
When questioned by
deputies, Buskirk was report-
edly intoxicated and claimed
he had done nothing wrong.
Buskirk contended that the
woman had hit and bit him:
Deputies could not discern any
facial injuries on Buskirk's
face to corroborate his account
of the altercation. Deputies,
did, however, note that Buskirk
had a small cut on his head
from the bite.


Brous said it hasn't been deter-
mined how many clinics will be
opened initially nor whether
the concept will be expanded
beyond the three cities.
The Little Clinic health care
centers will be staffed by nurse
practitioners.


Audubon meeting


to focus on herons


Chronicle

The Citrus County Audubon
Society's meeting Monday, Feb.
20, will focus on herons and'
egrets, some of the most beau-
tiful and recognizable bird
species in the state.
Ann Paul, with Audubon's'
Florida Coastal Islands San-
ctuaries, will introduce atten-
dees to the birds and present
details concerning their biolo-
gy, behavior and population
status, as well as the conserva-
tion initiatives to protect them.
The listed heron species.
snowy egret, little blue heron,
tricolored heron and reddish
egret will be highlighted.
. The society's last meeting,
featuring a talk on bats, was
deemed a hit with members.
Thanks .to Lowe's donations,
two local residents, Bob Silvia
of Crystal River and Leonard
Saunders of Citrus Springs,
now have new bird feeders and
bat houses to encourage more
wildlife to frequent their yards.
The group welcomes all who


The listed heron
species snowy
egret, little blue
heron, tricolored
heron and reddish
egret will be
highlighted.

are interested in the environ-
ment in general or birds in par-
ticular.
The meeting will be in the
Jerome Multipurpose Room at
the Lecanto campus of Central
Florida Community College at
3800 S. Lecanto Highway,
(County Road 491).
Meetings begin at 7 p.m. In
addition to the program, there
will be a report on a bird and
bird-friendly plant of the
month, as well as a raffle.
For information about future
programs and bird walks, call
Ginger Privat at 249-4495.


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SA news note on Page IC of
Saturday's edition contained an
error. David and Rusty, gospel
ventriloquist team, minister
Sunday, Feb. 12, at The
Gathering Place in Golden
Eagle Plaza, 3277 S. Suncoast
Blvd., Homosassa Springs. Call
628-2355.


FGUA pressed


for answers


Homosassa man faces charges


Publix stores to have med clinics


mamma Nx=


County B"IEFS

Browne-Waite
to visit Iraq
U.S. Rep. Ginny Brown-
Waite, R-Crystal River, will travel
this week to
Iraq as part of
a Congres-
sional delega- .
tion to see
firsthand the
conditions on -
the ground
and to meet .
with military Rep. Ginny
and political Browne-
leaders. Waite
This is
Brown-Waite's second trip to
Iraq.
Republican House members
Chris Shays (Connecticut), John
Doolittle California) and
Katherine Harris (Florida) will
join Brown-Waite on the trip.
Senator to add to
Code of Ethics bill
State Sen. Mike Fasano, R-
New Port Richey, will file legisla-
tion that requires all statewide
public office holders to place
their financial investments in ,
either a mutual fund or a blind
trust, according'to a press
release. The legislation will also
explicitly prohibit the official from
attempting to influence or exer-
cise control over decisions
regarding the management of
assets in a blind trust.
Fasano said he hopes this
new law will prevent actions by.
state officials that could poten-
tially violate the public trust.
Fasano plans to add the new
language to Senate Bill 880,
which is titled Code of
Ethics/Public Officers. SB 880
was filed by Fasano so that
employees at quasi-governmen-
tal entities, such as Citizens
Property Insurance Corporation,
will be required to follow the
same "revolving door" laws that
apply to state employees. SB
880 is currently working its way
through the Senate committee
process.
More manatees
in new count
.Staff from the Crystal River
National Wildlife Refuge count-
ed 438 manatees during an aer-
ial survey on Monday. The sur-
vey route stretches from the
Cross Florida Barge Canal, near
Inglis, south to the Homosassa
River. Included along this route
are the Crystal River, Kings Bay,
Salt River and the Homosassa
River, which includes the Blue
Waters.
Today's count:
King's Bay 235 adults
and 24 calves.
Crystal River- One adult.
Power Plant Discharge
Canal 35 adults and four
calves.
Homosassa River (Blue
Waters) 112 adults and 12
calves.
Lower Homosassa River
12 adults and three calves.
This is a new record count for
the 2005-06 season. The previ-
ous record was 430 recorded on
Dec. 21, 2004.
-From staff reports


Corrections
SA news note that ran in the
Feb. 3 edition needs correction.
The Nature Coast Corvair
Club's third annual Car & Truck
Show is Sunday, Feb. 12, at
Adventureland, U.S. 41 South,
Floral City, (4 miles south of
Inverness).'The event benefits
the Florida Sheriffs' Caruth
Youth Ranch.
Due to photographer error,
Citrus County
Commission ...
Chairman
Gary Bartell ;
was misidenti-
fled in a photo -
caption
appearing on .
Page 8A of the
Feb. 6 edition Gary
of the Bartell
Chronicle.








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Sheriff's office issues awards


Special to the Chronicle

The Citrus County
Sheriff's Office honored its
officers and community
members Jan. 30 during its
2005-06 Annual Awards
Ceremony at the Citrus
Springs Community Center.
Sgt. Phil Royal, Deputy
Nancy Suto and Deputy
Chuck Kanehl received the
Unit Citation of Excellence
award for their efforts in
researching, developing
and implementing the most
progressive, realistic law
enforcement training avail-
able.
John Plevell received a
25-year service award.
Also receiving service
awards were John Bud-
denbohm, Joseph Eckstein,
Donald Lestinsky and
James Martone, for 20 years'
service; Susan Ayers, Karen
Cairns, Dennis Devoe,
Mickey Dixon, Ron Frink,
Portia Guinn, Macy
Henman, Kathy Lockhart,
Kevin Purinton, Kathy
Settles, Jannette Spencer,
Gail Tierney, Sharon
Walker, Carl Whitton, Dave,
Wyllie and Donna Young for
15 years' service; Thomas
Beagan, Rodney Bloomer,
Dave Cannaday, Lori
Cronshaw, Phil Gaffney,
Dale Johnson, Millie King,
Annette Ludwig, Tim
O'Melian, Claudette Stahl,
and Michele Stens for 10
years' service; Clint Adams,
Charlie Beetow, Kris Bentz,
Jody Bloomer, Chris
Cornell, Brian Fagan, Misty
Floyd, Ryan Glaze; Robert'
Greatrex, Troy Hess, Phil


Special to the Chronicle
The Citrus County Sheriff's Office honored its officers and
community members Jan. 30 during its 2005-06 Annual
Awards Ceremony at the Citrus Springs Community Center.
From left are: Sgt. Phil Royal, Deputy Nancy Suto and Deputy
Chuck Kanehl, who received the Unit Citation of Excellence
award for their efforts in researching, developing and imple-
menting the most- progressive, realistic law enforcement
training available.


Martin, Jon Payne, Marcial
Rodriguez and Steven
Smith, for five years' serv-
ice.
Phil Gaffney, Gregory
Varn, Jonathan LaBelle and
Kenny Wear received the
Ribbon of Commendation.
Ryan Glaze and K-9 Kane
received the Canine Com-
mendation Award. Cindy
Russo received the Think-
ing Out of the Box Award.
Michele Stens received the
Certificate of Commenda-
tion.
Dave Cannaday, Patty
Chatkiewicz, Dan Holder,
Brian Spiddle, Tim Martin
and Dave Strickland also
received Special Com-
mendation Awards.
Community representa-


tives G. Alan Bell, ERA
Suncoast Realty; James and
Geraldine Boone; Sandy
Ferrara, Ferrara's Deli;
Mike and Kautia Hampton;
Greg Rodrick, ERA
Suncoast Realty; Eddie
Stoermer; and Dave
Williams received recogni-
tion for their partnership
with the sheriff's office.
Sheriff Dawsy also
acknowledged all of the offi-
cers from various agencies
that played, a significant
role in the Jessica Lunsford
case.
The Citizens' Academy
Alumni Association provid-
ed dinner and the students
of the WTI Culinary Arts
Program prepared the
meals.


SPIRIT'
Continued from Page 1A

If his considerable dedication
to Hospice wasn't enough, Maw-
hinney served on the executive
boards of the Citrus United
Basket (CUB), Citrus Abuse
Shelter Association (CASA) and
was president of Citrus County
Learn to Read for two years.
"What he meant to me per-
sonally was the world," said
Citrus United Basket director
Nola Gravius said. "He's
helped CUB financially, but
more importantly, with his
heart and his mind. He helped
us grow and he's the one who
helped get us here today.
Gravius recalled meeting
Mawhinney' for the first time a
decade ago. When Mawhinney
showed up to see if he could
volunteer, Gravius was in quite
a bind due to a lack of food
donations.
"Sure enough a check came
from Tom Mawhinney," Gravius
said, "He just knew what need-
ed to be done. He was such a
kind and generous man. I've
never met a man like him."
Mawhinney was born May 23,
1919, in Maple Shade, N.J., to
Mary Teresa Kenny and Thomas
Andrew Hammersley Mawhin-
ney In 1940, Mawhinney earned-
his Bachelor of Arts degree from
Swarthmore College in
Pennsylvania. While at Swarth-
more, Mawhinney played foot-
ball and was the captain of the
swim team.
Mawhinney furthered his
studies with graduate school-
Work at the famed Wharton
School at the University of
Pennsylvania and at the
University of Toronto.
He also served in the U.S.
Army Field Artillery from 1941
to 1943, retiring from service as
a Second Lieutenant.
Professionally. Mawhinney


had a 36-year career with
Philadelphia Quartz Company
- later named PQ Corp. a
corporation known as a global
leader in silicate chemistry and
technology. During his time
with PQ Corp., Mawhinney was
a buyer, before becoming a sta-
ple of the company's wholly
owned subsidiary, National
Silicates Ltd., in Toronto,
Canada. He was a corporate
secretary as well the manager
of operations and purchasing.
In 1981, Mawhinney retired to
Inverness, a place he had been
visiting annually since 1947.
During the quarter-century
he lived here, Mawhinney man-
aged to touch many people with
his compassion and genuine
willingness to lend, a hand.
"I met him because he was
interested in being a board
member, and even though
there was a big age difference
between me and him, he was
really a friend," CASA director
Diana McIntosh said.
McIntosh recalled that
despite losing his eyesight in
the last two years, Mawhinney
never missed a meeting and
was always trying his best to
contribute what he could.
"I used to take him chocolate
shakes when I went to go visit
him and I would always drive
him home after meetings," an
emotional Mcliitosh said. "It'll
be hard not to see him. I feel like
something's missing if I can't
take him home afterwards."
Jean Grant. Citrus County
Fair manager and CUB board
member, recalled that Maw-'
hinney never minced words
and always spoke his mind.
and said that his presence was
one that commanded respect
"I called him Silver Tongue."
she said. "He was one who
could calm people with just a
few words. He believed that
hostilities were counterpro-
ductive he didn't put up with
any ofthat."


HOLLINS
Continued from Page 1A

policies that will form a devel-
opment
In the "Vision Statement" in
that overlay plan released
Monday, the family said of the
future development: "We see it
as a vibrant economic base
appealing to tourists, but, pro-
viding a unique local place to
,access the Gull' relieving
,pressure on nearby rivers and
supportingg boating, fishing and
eco-tourism."
.Today the property is part of
a mining and timber operation
owned by Citrus Mining &
Timber-, and run by Dixie
Hollins, who for many years
ran the sprawling Hollinswood
Ranch, located west of U.S. 19
in the northwest corner of
Citrus.
Hollins has referred to the
plan before, and it's part of the
family's long-range intent, to
convert the mining and timber
property into a mix of residen-
tial commercial and industrial
uses when the mining opera-
tions are finished, probably in
25 or 30 years.


Outbdck Steakhouse
'2225 Hwy. 44 W.
Inverness
Mon. Feb. 13 @ 2:30 p.r
Mon. Feb. 20 @ 2:30 p.r
Tups. Mar. 7 @ 2:30 p.i
Tues. Mar. 14 @ 2:30 p.i


The tract is about 1,500
acres, and the county and state
require more extensive plan-
ning for developments of that
size. Hollins is even doing the
kind of planning normally used
for even larger tracts.
Natural advantage?
In an executive summary of
"Part One, Current Circum-
stances," of the :overlay pl an is
the. following statement regard-
ing the use of the canal: "It is
expected that the number of
boats and the demand for
water access.will only increase
in the future. Most other water-
ways in Citrus County are con-
strained by natural features
and habitat, private docks lin-
ing both sides of the river and
exiting boat traffic. The Cross
Florida Barge Canal has none
of these constraints."
The Hollins' long range plan
summary also stated, that the
family is working on a deal
'with the state in which they
would release the mineral
rights on land where the state
wants to put a very large boat
ramp facility on the canal,
directly to the east of the fami-
ly's property. It would be part
of the overall development
rights agreement.


For the RECORD-- -


Citrus County Sheriff
Domestic battery
a Issac Luna Jr., 41, Inverness,
at 6:24 pim. on a charge of domes-
tic battery.
No bond was set.
According the arrest report, Luna
got into an argument with a woman,


which escalated into him shoving
her and striking her in the face.
No bond was set.
Arrest
Matthew Damien Johnson,
21, at 2:30 a.m. Monday on a
charge of marijuana possession.
He was released on his own
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In addition, the summary
said there are some limited.
environmental features that
the mining will unavoidably
impact, though it said that the
impacts were small and there
were' multiple mitigation
opportunities available on
other properties the family has
options.on. That, too, would be
part of the overall develop-
,ment permits for the overlay
plan.
The vision statement said
that though it was 'too soon to
say'wh, .kind of industriall
activity would be located on
the property, whatever it was
would ensure that future gen-
erations would have jobs' to


allow them to stay and work in
Citrus County The statement
also said the family expects to
have general commercial
interests along U.S. 19 with
businesses and retail providing
services and goods for years to
come.
When the mining is finally
done, according to the vision
statement, it is reasonable to
expect people to still be discov-
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And though a forthright
speaker, Mawhinney wasn't one
to rub anyone the wrong way
"He was very interested in
what was going on around him
and what people around were
doing," Grant said. "He was the
kind of person that you could
talk to about anything. I just
found him to be a great person
to be around. He made you feel
good about yourself."
While he had no qualms
about opening his wallet to
support his causes, Mawhinney
was really known for devoting
time to his causes and was
revered for his astuteness and
overwhelming intellect.
"The guy was a wealth of
knowledge, and that kind of
wisdom is hard to come by,"
Palumbo said. "Many of us
came to really love him."
To talk to those who knew
him is to know that Mawhinney
was a man who left his mark on
all he met, and he's the kind of
person that won't be forgotten
any time soon.
"He'll be missed," McIntosh
said. "To know him was to love
him. I'm sure everyone who
knew him has nice things to say
about him."
Mawhinney was preceded in
death by his wife. Norma
Lofquist Mawhinney.
Survivors include, his
daughter: Janice: his son. Tom
Jr:: and his grandsons, Michael
and Eric Dineen.
A service celebrating his life
will be at 7 p.m. Thursday at
Chas. E. Davis Flineral Home,
Inverness. with recently retired
Associate Pastor Harvey Dunn
of the Inverness Church of God
presiding.
Memorial donations in Maw-
hinney's name can be made to
Citrus United Basket, 210 N.
Apopka, Inverness: Citrus Abuse
Shelter Association, 112 N. Pine
Ave., Inverness; .or Hospice of
. Citrus County, 3350 W Audubon
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CiTRus CouNTY (FL) CHRoNicLE








TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2006 5A


CAITRUS COUNTYII(PL) CRNIL


BUDGET
Continued from Page 1A

Moderate Republicans such
as' Sen. Arlen Specter of
Pennsylvania and Olympia
'Snowe of Maine recoiled at
tuts to social programs, while
'farm state conservatives blast-
ed cuts in crop payments.
Specter said proposals for edu-
cation and health spending
were "scandalous.".
Major initiatives like making
Bush's landmark tax cuts per-
manent arid' providing $52 bil-
lion in health care tax breaks
through 2011 face challenges of
their own. Every year, Bush has
called.for making his 2001 and
2003 tax cuts permanent.
Congress has yet to do so.
Most of Bush's tax cuts
expire in 2010. Extending them
,would cost $120 billion in 2011
arind $1.2 trillion from 2012-
2016.'
The White House credits
Bush's tax cuts for fueling eco-
8m.inth o, growth and surging rev-
enues'despite high fuel prices,
last year's devastating hurri-
canes and the recession and
terrorist attacks of 2001.
"Those tax cuts are essefitial.
toward sustaining the good
'economic g growth we have
now," said White House Budget
Director Joshua Bolten. "The
most important thing we can do
with our federal budget is keep
a good, strong. growing econo-'
my that's generating jobs."
The budget plan projects
deficits on a dowviiward trajec-
tory, especially wlien meas-
ured against the size of the
economy and meets, at least on
paper, Bush's 2004 promise to
cut the deficit in half. Thlatyear
Bush projected a $521 billion
deficit and promised to cuftthat


12007 FEDERAL BUDGET|

Agency expenditures under Bush's plan
Change What each agency would spend next year under President
from Bush's budget proposal, compared with this year:
2006


9 2 495.8
-8.7 I' 491 3
7.5 Other agencies 149.5
0.2 Agriculture 96.4
10.4 Veterans 77.7
4 9 Transportation 67.7
-28.5 Educaiin 63 4
5.5 Labor 54.1
-29.9 Housing and Urban Development 33.5
13.1 State 330
9.8 U Homeland, Securiry 31.0
-06 Jusltce 22.5
S1.8 Energy 20 7
1 | NASA 16 8
-2.4 I Interior 9.1
-4.9 EPA 72
8.1 | Judiciary 6.5
-2.2 | Commerce 6.3
-41.3 I Corps of Engineers 4 4.8
10 9 I Legislative Branch 4.7
NOTE Alil irure- arr ;iirrmairiE includes entitlement programs such as Social
Secunry, Meaicard-ana spending rrom highway trust funds; does not include allowances,'
undistributed offsetting receipts or Small Business Administration
SOURCE: Office of, Management and Budget AP


in half by 2009.
Bush projects a 2009 deficit
of $208 billion, but that
depends on Congress accept-
ing all of his spending cut pro-
posals. His budget also leaves
out the long-term costs of occu-
pying Iraq and MAfghanistan.
which are impossible to pre-
dict with certainty.
With the increases for the
Pentagon, this year's Iraq and
AfMhanistani war costs. aidnew
tax cuts for 'health care: the
budget shows that deficits over
the five years ending in 2011
would total nearly $1.2 trillion.


Democrats charged that the
real picture is worse and that
Bush was understating future
deficits, by leaving out major
items such' as the long-term
costs of the Iraq war and per-
manently fixing the alternative
minimum so it doesn't hit more
middle-class families.
"It explodes deficits, but.
then conceals them by provid-
ing only five years of numbers
and leaving out large costs,"
said Sen. Kent Conrad of Notlh
Dakota, 'senior Democrat on
the Senate Budget Comm itlee.
"The result will be inore debt


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Copies of President Bush's proposed 2007 budget arrive Monday on Capitol Hill.


passed on to our children."
For mandatory programs
providing fixed benefits such
as Medicare, farm subsidies
and Medicaid and whose
spending rises each year as if
on autopilot, Bush is proposing
$65 billion in savings over the
next five years, much of it from.
the rapidly growing Medicare
program for the elderly.
The proposal would reduce
spending on Medicare over the
next five years by $36 billion, or
less than 2 percent Most of the
reductions would come from
smaller inflation adjustments
for hospitals, nursing homes,
home health care providers and
hospices: Higher-income seniors
would see increased premiums.
Bush's Medicare plan largely
follows the recommendations
of a bipartisaii Medicare ad\i-'


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TRAIL '
Continued from Page 1A

Mueller said. "I'm glad they're
able to add ithe trail) to tilhe
area."
'Mitchell said without the
DOT funding, the trail plan
Should never have come true.
"I never, dreamed it would
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fy two sta
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happen because of the costs
involved," he said:
Mitchell now hopes linking
two area attractions will gener-
.ate more visitors. With such
features as a swimming and
picnic area, a primitive camp-
ground and nature trails, con-
necting Fort Cooper to the bike
trail will give people more,
options, Mitchell said.
Tammy Roberts, the park's


"I have no board authoriza-
A *:" .. :tion whatsoever to talk about
Si :swapping land around
Continued from Page. A,. Bluebird Springs," Wesch said.
S.. "We did not agree to that. We
etwee tnyingyi to satis- did not put that land on ,the
ite agencies. table."
lorida Department, of Wesch said hle told Phelps he
mental Protection,' was ,not supporting such a
licenses thle landfill, swap. Phelps said Wesch told
countym to install long- her to write the state in oppo-
nitoriniig wells at the sition to the trade, but she is
he landfill on forestry worried the swap could take
monitor. for signs of place in spite of Wesch's state-
methane and chemi- ment.
Inactive subdivision
ding to the county's f Keith Mlousel. resource
the Division of .administrator for the Division
asked the county to of Forestry in Brooksville, said
and in Homosassa in the property he wants is part of
for granting the sub- an inactive subdivision- called
he agency said the Homosassa Villa. He said the
property, would give it 301/2 acres is scattered around
*cess from U.S. 19 to Homosassa. Some of it is in Old
nosassa..Tract of the Homosassa ahd some of it is
ochee State Forest. near Bluebird Springs Park,
county Administrator but he said it comes as news to
Wesch said the county him that the laid was set aside
interest in the for the future expansion of the
ssa land swap. He said park
interest in -the Homosassa Villa is a subdivi-
,sa trade when he and sion that was largely undevel-
unty staffers looked at hoped. Many of the lots reverted
s and disco\ ered some to county ownership when the
nd was near Bluebird taxes, were not paid. Some of
those lots would give the
said the county's main agency direct access from U.S.
s in trading 50 acres of 19 to. the Homosassa Tract,
owns inside the Mousel said.
ochee State Forest for If access is the issue, Wesch'
rm sublease with the said the county would be will-
of Forestry. ing to work with the Division of:

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administrative assistant,
.agrees, saying a family would
now be able to come to the park
to eat lunch, and then bike on
the ti-ail.
S"We're kind of hoping,"
Roberts said, "some of the peo-
ple I ho never really lkiew \ we
were here, or took the time to
ever come into this park, will
jump off the bike trail and see
what's in the park."


Forestry on providing an ease-
ment to the Homosassa Tract,
but ihe said lie doesn't believe
the lots near,Bluebird Springs
Would' ever bL part of 'lie deal.
"We didn't open the discus-
siOn, about that arid e didn't








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The new trailhead for the
park, which will be located less
than a half-mile south of the
Citrus County Speedway \ill
include an information sign
and a marker. Mitchell also
said there will be an "iron
ranger," or an honor system
box, where people will pay a
$1-per-person entrance fee to
the park
'.Mitchell noted visitors com-

put it on the table," Wesch said.
"'Quite frankly it would be hard
to convey those, lots, some of
which 'are environmentally
sensitive. Asloiig'i they arein
county ownership. w\e know
what is going on with them."


sory panel, but the cuts
'nonetheless generated howls
of outrage from Democrats and
industry groups. I
"Hospitals already are
stretching scarce resources to
respond to the daily challenges
of providing care to all who
come through our doors," said
Dick Davidson, president of,
the American Hospital
Association. 'Cuts to these
resources,will have a negative
impact on the availability of
care for the patients and com-
munIities \reserve."
Congress already rejected
many of Bush budget cut pro-
posals when it sent him a $39
billion deficit cut package last
week, but they showed up
again in his 2007 blueprint. For
example. Bush again asked for
a 5 percent.cut in crop pay-


ing to the park in a car pay a $2
fee at the main entrance.
The new trail \I ill be paved
with asphalt, will be 10 feet
wide,; he said, and will lead
through forest that includes
oak, pigie trees and other vege-
tation. It will also connect to
the pa rk's existing nature'
trails,.parts of which ruiln paral-
lel to the park's Lake
Holathlikaha.


ments to farmers and tighter
eligibility for food stamps.
The president may find more
success in tamping down domes-
tic agency operating budgets that
take up about one-sixth of the
federal pie. Last year, Bush suc-
cessfully forced Congress to nar-
, rowly cut such spending afid his
2007 plan proposes a more than
,1 percentcut in domestic agency
operating budgets.
Those cuts are magnified
since the budget proposes $3
billion in new fees next year to
finance new spending else-
where. Once again, better-off
veterans are again being asked
to make higher co-payments for
prescription drugs and pay a
new $250 annual enrollment fee
for their medical care. Congress
has rejected both three years in
a row.


Work on the trail extension is
expected to finish by mid-
April.
For Mitchell, seeing the trail
get completed will be almost
unbelievable. The park's vol-
unteer group Friends of Fort
Cooper has been trying for
years, he said, to get the money
to build the trail.
Added Mitchell, "It's really a
dream come true for them."


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Charles
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Charles John Bullock, 29,
Beverly Hills, died Sunday,
Feb. 5, 2006, at his home.
He was born May 17, 1976', in
Leesburg to Barbara (Woods)
and Gibson Bullock and moved
to Beverly Hills from Cocoa
seven. years ago.
Mr. Bullock was. the vice
president of operations at
Aqua Scape Pools & Spa.
His sister, Angie .Marie
Bullock, preceded him in
death in 1995. ,
Survivors, include his father
and stepmother, Gibson and
Lesa Bullock of Dunnellon; his
mother, Barbara Thomashef-
sky of Daytona Beach; one
daughter, Dakota Alexis Coutts
of Homosassa; paternal grand-
parents, Charles and Betty
Bullock of Dunnellon; paternal
great-grandmother, Essie Mae
Higginbotham; one brother,
Clinton Bullock of Dunnellon;
three aunts, Freddie Bullock of
Dunnellon, Cynthia Hickman
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Johnson of Bushnell, one
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of 16 years and Lynn, Mass.,:
Schools for nine years.
She was a Eucharistic minis-
ter and usher of Holy Family
Church in Lynn and a member
of the Altar and Rosary Society
of St Benedict Catholic Church
in Crystal River.
She was preceded in death
by her husband of 44 years,
Richard Calef, June 21, 2002,
and her mother, Gertrude
Rossi, June 20, 2005.
Survivors include two sons,
Dennis Calef of Farmersville,
Ohio, and David Calef of
Clermont: one daughter,
Dorene Calef of New ,Port
Riche.v; and six grandchildren.
Strickland Funeral Home.
Crystal River.

Frances
Cannon, 61
HOMOSASSA
Frances Jane Cannon, 61,
Homosassa, died Friday, Feb. 3,
2006, in Homosassa.
Born Dec. 14, 1944, ih
Flolala, Ala., daughter to
Master Sgt. Henry Vernon and
Martha Lovette (Nobles) Can-
non, she moved here in 1994
from Houston, Texas. She was
an "Air Force Brat." Her family
lineage in the United States
predates the Revolutionary


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War period.
She graduated from Bay
County High School, Panama
City, and received her bache-
lor's degree in marketing at the
University of South Florida,
Tampa.
Prior to becoming disabled,
she was employed as a land
analyst with Vision and Elkins
Company, Houston, Texas.
She enjoyed her extensive
time on the Internet, where she
was known by the name of
Monk, and she established
worldwide friends through the
Internet and was known for her
card playing on the Internet
She was known by her family as
a "cutthroat card player" and
for her great sense of humor.
She was a world traveler who
especially enjoyed cruises.
She was an accomplished
artist of various forms of
needlework, including tatting.
I She was a life member of the
Order of Eastern Star and she
was Baptist.
Survivors include two broth-
ers, James Cannon of Los'
Angeles, Calif., and 'Fred
Cannon of Jacksonville Beach;
three nephews, Jamie Cannon
and Patrick Cannon both of
Jacksonville Beach and Robert
Cannon of Los Angeles, Calif.;
and one niece, Camille Cannon
of Savannah, Ga.
Fero Funeral Home, Beverly
Hills.

Kathleen 'Kate'
Dcwoccc, 67
CRYSTAL RIVER
Kathleen A. "Kate" Deweese,
67, Crystal River, died Sunday,
Feb. 5, 2006, at Cypress Cove
Care Center, Crystal River.
She was born Aug. 21, 1938,
in Detroit, Mich,; to Kenneth
and Evelyn Bennett and moved
to this area one year ago from,
Taylor, Mich.
She was a homemaker and
enjoyed arts and crafts.
She was Catholic.
Survivors include two sons,
Mitchell Deweese of Inglis and
Keith Deweese of Chicago, Ill.;
brother, Kenneth Bennett Jr. of
Taylor, Mich.; sister, 'Sharon
Sosnowski of Brighton, Mich.;.
and one grandson, Ty Jacob
Dewdese.
Private cremation arrange-
ments under the direction of
Strickland Funeral Home,
Crystal River.

Robert
Gitzke Sr., 74
SHAZELHURS T, IL L:.
SRobert F. Gitzke Sr., 74,
Hazelhurst, Ill., died Thursday,
Feb: 2,2006, in Inverness.


Mr. Gitzke was born May 19,
1931, in Cary, Ill., to Mary
(Bejcek) and Edward' Carl
Gitzke.
He was a
carpenter and
an Army veter-


an.
He is sur-
vived by his


daughter, Karen Parrish, of
Cary, Ill.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Inverness.

Thomas
Mawhinney, 86
INVERNESS
Thomas Andrew Maw hi nney.
86, Inverness, died Saturday,
Feb. 4, 2006, at his home.
Mr. Mawhinney was born'
May 23,. 1919,
in Maple
Shade, N.J., to
Thomas and
Mary (Kenny)
Mawhinney
and moved
here in 1981 from Bervwyn, Pa.
He was a retired purchasing
agent and corporate officer for
the Philadelphia Quartz
Company and served in :the
U.S. Army Field Artillery 'dur-,
ing World War II.
Mr. Mawhinney was a member
and served on the board ofdirec-
tors for Citrus Abuse Shelter
Association and Citrus United
Basket He was also a member
and served as past president of
Hospice of Citrus County.
He was Protestant.
His wife, Norma Lofquist
Mawhinney, preceded him in:
death April 29,1990.
Survivors include his daugh-
ter, Janice Mawhinney of
Toronto, Oritario, Canada; his
son, Thomas A Mawhinney Jr.
of Kingston, Ontario, Canada;
and two grandsons, Michael
and Eric Dineen.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home
with Crematory, Inverness.

Mickey Smith, 59
MORRISTON
Mickey Dale Smith, 59,,
Morriston, died Thursday, Feb.
2, 200,6, at his home under the,'
care of his wife and Hospice.
Born June 1,. 1946, in.
Indianapolis, Ind., he moved
here 16 years ago from 'St.
Petersburg.
Mr. Smith was a tax account-
ant He was a graduate of St.
Petersburg Junior College, a'
member of the Presidential
Honor. Rqll Society, Phi Beta-
Kappa and Who's Who of St.
Petersburg Junior College.
* He served in the U.S. Navy
from 1963 to 1967.


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While working
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Before moving from St.
Petersburg, he was a musician,
and still played the guitar and.
dobo (slide guitar).
His stepson, Carl H. Edge-
mon, preceded him in death..
Survivors include his wife,
Wendy L. Edgemon Smith of.
Morriston; stepson, Eric J.
Edgemon of Morriston; sister,
Donna Meboer of Indianapolis,
Ind.; and several nieces and
nephews..
Wilder Funeral Home,.
Homosassa Springs.

Karl Unglaub, 84
CRYSTAL RIVER
Karl T. Unglaub, 84, Crystal
River, died Saturday, Feb. 4,
2006.
A native of Germany, he
movecl here in 1984 from.
Milwaukee, Wis., where he
retired after 30 years as a
machinist for Pratt Company.
SHe served in World War II as
a fighter pilot with the Geirman
Air Force. In Germany he
enjoyed flying gliders.
Mr. :Unglaub moved to
Milwaukee in. 1954 from Ger-
many and became a United
States citizen in 1964.
He enjoyed fishing and was
"a family man."
He was a member of St.
Benedict Catholic Church,
Crystal River.
Survivors include his wife ofr
55 years; Eva Unglaub of Crystal
River; two sons, Ewald Unglaub
of Crystal River and Walter
Unglaub and wife Jill of Oak
Creek, Wis.; three sisters, Luise
Baier, Erika Ploss and Rosalinda
Langheinrich i,,and,, husband,
.Siegfried, all I inie i Germany;
nine nieces and two nephews.
Fero Funeral Home, Beverly
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VanDerVliet Jr.,
70
HOMOSASSA
Edward VanDerVliet Jr., 70,
Homosassa, died Saturday,
Feb. 4, 2006, at Seven Rivers
Regional Medical Center in-
Crystal River.
He was bom rn
June 2, 1935, in
Paterson, N.J.,
to Edward and
Elsie VanDer-
VIiet Sr., and
moved to this area two years
ago from Myakka City.
Mr. VanDerVliet retired, as
foreman for the City of
Sarasota Vehicle Maintenance.
He was a U.S. Army veteran
serving in the Korean War.
He was a member of the
Loyal Order of The Moose in
Arcadia and a past member of
the Fraternal Order of Eagles
in Sarasota.
He was Methodist.
Survivors include his wife of
`43 years, Felicia VanDerVliet of
Homosassa; three sons, Edward
VanDerVliet III of Ithaca, N.Y,
Kenneth 'G. VanDerVliet of
Bushkill, Pa.,.:and Timothy J.
VanDerVliet of Palmetto; two
daughters, Karen Amadore of
Belvedere, N.J., and Patricia J.
Sarson of Palmetto; two sisters.
Clair Pruksinas of Brick, N.J.,
and Dorothy : VanLaera of
Clifton, N.J.: six grandchildren;
and two gieat-grandchildren.
Strickland Funeral Home,
Crystal River.

Charles
Weber, 84
'DUNNELLON
Charles 'H. Webei 84,
Dunnellon, died Monday, Feb.
6, 2006, at Seven Rivers
Regional Medical..Center in
Crystal Rivenr.

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moved here 15 years ago (in
1991) from Orlando.
Mr. Weber graduated from
Clayton High
School, St.
Louis, Mo., in
1940 and
served with
the U.S. Navy
as a B-24 Li-
berator tail gunner in the
Pacific during World War II.
He married Ruth Schmidt-
berger in 1948.
He worked for McDonnell
Aircraft Company in St. Louis,
Mo., for 34 years, until relocat-
ing to Orlando in 1979, where
he worked for Litton Industries
until his retirement in 1988.
f The Webers moved .to
Dunnellon in 1991. His wife,
Ruth, died in 2002..
Mr. Weber was an avid St.
Louis Cardinals fan and
enjoyed gardening and golf; He
was a retired basketball coach.
He was a member of the Dun-
nellon Presbyterian. Church.
Survivors include, one
daughter, Anne Heitmani 4nd
husband Robert of Mobile,
Ala.; one son, Mark Weber ofSt:
Louis, Mo.; grandson. Thomas
Weber of Mobile Ala.: and'
friend/significant other, Rita
DeRenzo.
The family suggests memori-
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Memorial Garden Find of the
Dunnellon Presbyterian
Church or Romeo Elementary
School Media Center.
Fero Funeral Home,
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Royal Caribbean orders largest passenger ship


Associated Press

MIAMI Royal Caribbean
International on Monday
ordered the world's largest and
most expensive cruise ship, a
.$1.24 billion vessel that will hold
up to 6,400 passengers. It's the
latest step in the industry trend
of .supersizing ships, which
delight many passengers but are
too crowded for other guests.
The ship, dubbed Project
Genesis, will be 220,000 gross
registered tons when it is deliv-
ered to the world's second-
largest cruise operator in fall
2009 by Oslo, Norway-based
shipbuilder Aker Yards. Gross
registered tons is a standard
way to measure a ship's size
and is a unit of volume equal to
about 100 cubic feet'
The ship: will weigh about
100,000 tons based on displace-
ment a Nimitz-class aircraft
carrier comes in at about
97,000 tons.
Aker said its contract price
of 900 million euros about $1
billion would be "the most
valuable ship ever ordered in
the history of commercial ship-
building." The $1.24 billion fig-
ure includes all expenses for
7 the ship, "from forks and
knives and sheets to artwork,
and everything else," said
Harri.'Kulovaara, the Miami-
based cruise line's executive
vice president of maritime
operations. I
Aker said the contract is con-
tingent on final approval of


DEATHS
Continued from Page 6A

Kathleen
Yanek, 77
BEVERLY HILLS
Kathleen L. Yanek, 77,
Beverly Hills, died Wednesday,
Feb. 1, 2006, in Lecanto.
Born Sept:;. 30, 1928, in
Detroit;Mich., to George W and
Catherine (Siller) Ruth, she
moved to this area in 1989 from
Clearxvater:
I Mrs. Yanek was a homemak-
er.
She was a charter member of
the Faith Lutheran Church,
Lecanto. i t
Survivors include her hus-
band of 57 years, Harlan Yanek
of Beverly Hills; son, Michael
Yanek of Old Town; daughter,
Linda Gillis of Davison, Mich.;
four grandchildren; and six
great-grandchildren.
Friends who wish may send
memorial donations to the
American Cancer Society, PO.
Box 1902, Inverness, FL 34451
or Hospice of Citrus County,
:PQ Box 641270, Beverly Hills,
FL 34464.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Homosassa.
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Charles John Bullock.
Memorial services for Charles.
John Bullock, 29, Beverly Hills,
will be conducted at 11' a.m.
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In this undated handout image from Royal Caribbean International, Freedom of the Seas, the world's largest and most expensive cruise ship, is seen. Royal Caribbean
International has ordered a new cruise ship that will hold up to 6,400 passengers, Europe's largest shipbuilder, Aker Yards ASA, said Monday.


financing and the ship will be
built at one of its Finnish yards.
The cruise line, a unit of Royal
Caribbean Cruises Ltd., has an
option for a second ship.
"Project Genesis truly is a
remarkable ship. Its bold
design, daring innovations and
technological advancements
will delight our existing cruis-
ers and help us draw in new
ones," Richard Fain, the par-
ent company's chairman and
CEO, said in a statement
The announcement also
steals some of the spotlight
from rival Carnival Corp., the
world's largest cruise operator.
Carnival has studied building a
'ship about the same size, but its'
Pinnacle project is "on the back
burner" because of its prohibi-
tively 'high price, spokesman
Tim Gallagher said..
Kulovaara said in a phone
interview that the new ship


Brown Funeral Home in
Crystal River with Pastor
Randy Wilkerson of the Red
Level Baptist Church officiat-
ing. Private cremation will take
place under the direction of
Brown Funeral Home and
Crematory. Inurnment will be
in Daytona Beach at a later
date. ,
Carole L Calef. The memori-
al Mass for Carole L. Calef, 68,
Crystal River, will be celebrat-
ed at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 8,
2006, at St. Benedict Catholic'
Church. Private cremation
arrangements are under the


will be more fuel efficient than
current vessels, but he
declined to give a specific fig-
ure. He said. plans for the types
of onboard amenities were
being finalized. Royal
Caribbean has been an innova-
tor in featuring ice skating
rinks, rock climbing walls and
surfing pools.
Royal Caribbean's ships are
typically more upscale than the
bargain Carnival Cruise Lines'
vessels, but they aren't as tradi-
tional as those of luxury carri-
ers such as Cunard.
Project Genesis will carry
5,400 passengers based on two
people per cabin, Kulovaara
said. But as most cruise cabins
can accommodate' more than
two people using cots or other
beds, that number rises to a
maximum capacity of 6,400.
Ray Weiller, an owner of dis-
count online travel agency


direction of the Strn
Funeral Home ot Crystal
Frances Jane CE
Memorial services for F
Jane Cannon, 61, forme
analyst, Homosassa, will 1
ducted at 11 a.m.. Wedr
Feb. 8, 2006, at Fero F
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r land
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urieral
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Cruisequickcom, said many of
his clients are drawn to the
ever-growing size and number
of amenities of ships, but oth-
ers tire of waiting in long lines
to get on and off the vessels.
Many complain about the large
ships overwhelming some
ports of call with too many peo-
ple trying to visit, he said.
Royal Caribbean still offers a
variety of ship sizes, so cus,-
tomers who don't like larger
vessels \ ill have other options,
Kulovaara said. The ship will
sail in the Caribbean, where
many ports already handle
megaships, but pqrts will need
some infrastructure improve-
ments to handle it, he said.
Carnival Corp.'s Cunard
Line currently has the world's
largest cruise ship the
Queen Mary 2 at 151,400
gross registered tons. But
Royal Caribbean is scheduled


memorial service will be con-
ducted at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb.
9, 2006, from the Chas. E. Davis.
Funeral Home of Inverness
with the Rev. Harvey Dunn offi-
ciating. Inurnment \vill follow
at a later date. There w ill be no
viewing hours at the funeral
home. In lieu of flowers, memo-


Aker Yards to create largest cruise ship
Royal Caribbean International has ordered the world's largest and
most expensive cruise ship, Project Genesis, from Aker Yards for
about $1 billion. Project Queen Freedom
Genesis Mary.2 of the Seas
Company Royal Carnival Royal
Caribbean Corp. Caribbean
Passengers 6,400 2,620 4,370
Length 1,181 ft. 1,132ft. 1,112 ft.

SOURCE: Royal Caribbean International; Carnival Corp.; Aker Yards ASA AP


to get an even bigger ship in
June, the 160,000-ton Freedom
of the Seas. It will carry 3,600
passengers double occupancy
and 4,370 maximum.
Both will be .eclipsed by
Project Genesis. %which will be
1,180 feet long, 1.54 teet wide at
water level and 240 feet high.
Aker Yards employs about


rials are suggested to Hospice
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Karl T. Unglaub. Funeral
services for Mr. Karl T.
Unglaub, 84, former medical
supply manufacturing machin-
ist, will be conducted at 2 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 9, 2006, at Fero
Funeral Home, Beverly Hills


13,000 people at 13 shipyards in
Norw ay, Finland, Germany,
Romania and Brazil.
Shares of Royal Caribbean
rose 9 cents to close at $44.39
Monday on the New York Stock
Exchange. The shipbuilder's
shares closed up 5.8 percent at
346.50 kroner ($51.91).1 on the
Oslo stock exchange.


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Get to the heart of event


Cardiology thefocus
Special to the Chronicle
The Citrus County Center Theatre for
the Performing Arts Foundation and
the Healing and Health Now
Foundation are joining forces for an


exciting presentation from 5:30 to 10:30
Saturday at the Sugarmill Woods Golf
and Country Club. The public is invited
to attend.
Dr. Lingappa Amarchand, former
chief of staff at Brooksville and Spring
Hill Regional Hospitals, member of the
American Medical Association, the
Fellowship of Cardiology and Cardiac


Nuclear Imaging, and a graduate of the
American College of Cardiology, will be
the guest speaker at the "Loving Things
of the Heart" event He will pass along
information about healthier hearts, phys-
ically and emotionally.
Following dinner, great music will, be
provided by Take Two entertainers,
with popular soloist Pat Taylor, for lis-


tening and dancing.
This festive health learning opportu-
nity will also provide an opportunity for
those wearing red and white to win a
special prize. In addition, a diamond
bracelet will be awarded.
Tickets are $30 per person. Seating is.
limited. Call (352) 382-1929 for a reser-
vation.


It has been said
that life is a
classroom. Last
week, I was asked to
give the invocation
at a "Let's Do
Lunch" PEO lunch-
eon held at the
Sugarmill Woods
Golf and Country
Club.
It was an excel-
lent learning expe-
rience. I learned
that PEO is a


Ruth Levins
AROUND THE
COMMUNITY


"Philanthropic Educational
Organization," and that there
are four chapters in Citrus
County. The H-L chapter host-
ed the event and popular
Backintymers Frank and Mary
Lee Sweet entertained with
songs and stories from the Civil
War era. Mary Lee, a former
media specialist and elemen-.
tary school teacher who is


skilled in percussion,
including bones, tam-
bourine bodhran and
a dancing frog,
brought history to life
along with husband
Frank W Sweet- a his-
torian,I former com-
puter scientist and
accomplished banjo
and guitar artist
Dressed in authen-
tic costumes of the
era, they kept us in
awe of their mastery


of that period of history. The
rhythm bones instrument was
from Ireland. They spoke at
length of the colorful steam-
boat days when highways were
at a premium. The crowd
enthusiastically applauded the
"Glen D. Burke Steamboat
Song," written by Stephen
Foster, and soon we were invit-
ed to join in for the chorus.


There were many tall tales
that were told with convincing
amusement, including one
about a squirrel, a live oak tree,
a cypress knee and a cotton-
mouth water moccasin snake, a
15-pound bass and St.
Augustine Hot Pepper Sauce.
Florida's first railroad song
was written about Moses Levy,
who owned, 60,000 acres and
later was an Atlantic Coast
Line baron. Levy County was
named for him. David Levy of
Cedar Key was the first territo-
rial representative for Florida.
Railroads depended upon
three things: land grants, civil
engineers (Joe Finnegan) and
money (New York investors).
The first railroad was complet-
ed on March 1, 1861, and war
began the following day. There
was a continual struggle to
keep the tracks in place, with
differing factions pulling them


up and others replacing them
through the years, but the
roadbed is still there.
Robert E. Lee was the inspi-
ration for a popular tune of the
day: "There Is a Tavern in the
Town," which we were invited
to sing along to.
We learned that U.S. Grant
had borrowed $5 from his best
friend for a wedding ring, and
"Loraine" was an 1860 love
song written by a preacher.
My favorite song of the day
was "When You and I Were
Young, Maggie," written by a
Canadian school teacher in
1865.
There were stories of the
Florida feuds between the
Southern Barbour clan and the
Northern Mizelle Republican
clan, when judges also served
as county sheriffs, cattle
rustlers held shootouts and
Florida cow hunters lived on


hogs, hominy and whiskey and
cattle barons complained
about the Republican taxes
being the cause of much blood-
shed.
This. was the setting for
Stephen Foster's famous
"Camptown Races" song.
Marian Sandlas, president,
told us that PEO has con-
tributed more than $147 mil-
lion in scholarships to more
than 73,000 women, including
grants and low interest loans.
To engage the Backintyme
for an event, call (386) 446-4909.


Ruth Levins participates in a
variety ofprojects around the
community. Let her know
about your group's upcoming
activities by writing to P. 0.'
Box 803, Crystal River
FL 34423.


Veterans give recognition


Special to the Chronicle
On behalf of the CFCC Foundation, board members Citrus
County Supervisor of Elections Susan Gill and Avis Craig
recently accepted a $500 check for the Aaron A. Weaver
Chapter 776 Military Order of the Purple Heart Endowed
Scholarship. From left are: Sr. Vice Commander J.B.
Haskins, Avis Craig, Susan Gill and Jr. Vice Commander
Donald Guard.


Special to the Chronicle
The January workshop for the Creative Quilters of Citrus County was Jan. 25. The group
includes Mattie Bliss, Kathy Boggess, Rose O'Toole, Pati Sargeant, Gloria Clewett, Ruth
Hampson, Joan DeLuca, Sue Reisner, Donna Werthmuller, Roxanne Bames, BJ Smith, Sue
Lynn Storey, Gladys Murphy, Addie Atkinson, Joyce Johnston and Edie Wehner.


Special to the Chronicle
2-year-old Abbey and 2 1/2-
year-old Max are Yorkshire
terriers that live with Joanne
and Eddy Duhaime in
Hemando.


S. .BRIAN LaPETER/Chronicle
The Citrus County Veterans foundation recently presented a plaque and certificates of appreciation to the tax collector's office in recognition for raising money
for the veteran's group. From left are: Curt Ebitz, Carlton J. McLeod, Janice Warren, Ellen Croft, Cindy Chlodo, Neville Anderson and Sheri Walley.





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News NOTES

NAMI meets today
in Hernando
The Citrus Chapter of the
National Alliance on Mental
Illness, NAMI-Citrus, will meet at
6:30 p.m. today at Good
Shepherd Lutheran Church,
.County Road 486, Citrus Hills,
Hemando.
The speaker will be Casey
*Gelston, R.N., nurse manager of
The Oaks psychiatric facility at.
Seven Rivers Regional Medical
Center, Crystal River.
She will discuss the programs
available there .and pointers for
early identification of mental
health problems.
Debbie Lattin will provide an
update about the upcoming
NAMI Walk.
All those persons with an
interest in mental health issues
are welcome.
Homeless coalition
to meet at church
The Hunger and Homeless
Coalition of Citrus County Inc.
will meet at 9 a.m. at St.
Margaret's Episcopal Church,
114 N. Osceola, Inverness.
There are many new pro-
grams coming to Citrus County.
Join us and be part of making a
difference in another's life.
Sip soup at
Soup-a-Thon
Mark your calendar on
Saturday for the Soup-a-Thon,
from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the
Yankeetown-lnglis Woman's
Club, 5 56th St., Yankeetown.
As many as 20 to 30 pots of dif-
ferent soups will vie for your
vote as the best soup of the
year.
Try as many as you can hold,
it's all you can eat for a $4 1
donation. Baked goods will also
be sold.
The Soup-a-Thon is one of
the club's annual fundraisers.
This year, the event is being run
by Elizabeth Weimer.
Polish Club's
volunteers party
The Polish-American Social;
Club's volunteers are preparing
for their annual party.
It will be at noon Thursday at
The Old World Restaurant, 8370
S. Florida Ave.,, Floral City.
Call Hank Jazwinski at (352)
873-0928.
Democrats meet
second Saturday
The Central Citrus Demo-
cratic Club meets on the second
Saturday monthly at the Central
Ridge Library, 425 W. Roosevelt
Blvd., Beverly Hills.
This month's meeting will be
at 12:30 p.m.
Tickets for the Unity Dinner will
be available. Call 527-7162.
Black History Month
celebration slated
The Old Courthouse Heritage
Museum will celebrate Black
History Month from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, on the
square in downtown Inverness
with a street fair.
Activities will include a visit
from Highwaymen artist Robert
L. Lewis Jr..Lewis will demon-
strate his painting techniques.
Paintings will be on sale, and
Lewis will be autographing.
SThose persons interested in
participating in the event, call
Laurie Diestler at (352) 341-
6429 for a registration form.
SCall Alida Langley at (352) -
726-1989, Lucille Tompkins at
(352) 489-6355 or Kathy Turner
Thompson at (352) 341-6436.
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'DAVE SiMANOFF
The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA Gregg Nicklaus
isn't looking, for a few good
employees.
He's looking for alot of them.
Nicklaus, whose family owns
the Sirata Beach Resort Hotel
& Conference Center in St.
Pete Beach, has seen his staff
grow quickly from 150 work-
ers in 2003 to 265 this year -
but it's not quick enough. He
still has 40 open positions.
"We're woefully under-
staffed," he said. "It's horri-
ble."
Nicklaus' peers share his
frustration and their trou-
blesp-sell problems for one of
the biggest engines in the
Tampa Bay area economy.
Hotel owners and managers
on both sides of the bay say
they are experiencing labor
shortages, finding it increas-
ingly more difficult to compete
against other companies for
workers in a painfully tight
labor market.
'Just placing an ad, you used
to get 10O applicants for a job,"
said Katie Doherty, manager of
the Radisson i Hotel &
Conference Center in St..
Petersburg. "Now you're lucky if
you get 10. It's very challenging."
To meet the demand, many
hotels are reaching abroad for
labor, but industry experts say
foreign staffers are a short-term
solution to a long-term problem.
They say the industry must do a
better job) promoting itself and
its careers to job seekers.
Although many businesses in
the Tampa Bay area are expe-
riencing worker shortages, the
problem is, particularly bitter
for the hospitality industry.
First, hotel operators have
few options for filling positions
when job applicants are in
short supply. After all. a house-
keepirig job, unlike a call cen-,
ter job, can't be outsourced to
India or Indiana.
Second. the hospitality indus-
try is a cornerstone of the local
and state economy. Employers in
the leisure and hospitality fields
accounted for 112,300 8.6 per-
cert' o6f feli'3mill.ion"jobs im
tl,. Tampa-St Petersburg-
Clearwater metropolitan area in
December,. according to the
Bureau bof.. Labor Statistics.
Tourists spent $50 billion in
Florida in 2003, according to
Enterprise Florida.
Hotel officials are quick to
point out that .the labor: short-
age hasn't hindered their abili-
ty to serve guests yet but
they also. are worried about
what might happen if the prob-
lem gets worse.
If a hotel can't provide clean
and timely service to its guests,
"that is a fundamental failure
in our business," Nicklaus said.
Many'. hotels are forced to
'look overseas to fill staff open-
ings, turning to contract staffing
services that bring in workers
from around the world.
For example, Doherty's
Radisson hotel gets 15 percent
.to 20 percent of its staff from
Eastern, European countries.
The Don Cesar Beach Resort,
in St. Pete Beach, brings in 50
to 60 workers from Jamaica.
each year about 10 percent
of its'575 staffers.
"It's been a' very successful
program for us," said John
Marks; the Don Cesar's general
manager. However, "We would
prefer to have the opportunity
to identify and hire more indi-
viduals on a local basis than we
would to rely on a third-party
source to get through the
course of a busy time period."
JMI Staffing, based in Lutz ,
provides workers for five
Tampa hotels, including the
Mainsail Suites Tampa Hotel
and Conference Center near
Tampa International Airport.
Estrella Coto, a JMI employ-
.ee for two years, said that she
enjoys working in the United
States and that the staff at
Mainsail is "como una familiar"
like a family
Co-worker Juana Ines has
worked for JMI at Mainsail for
!four months. She said jobs in
the United States pay better
than those in her native
Dominican Republic.
"Es bueno," she said. "It's
really nice to work here."


JMI Staffing President Marty she applied for a front desk
Davenport said his company position at a Marriott hotel 18
originally specialized in find- years ago,
ing industrial workers but real- Now, after numerous promo-
ized several years ago that tions, she's the guest service
there was a growing need for manager at Mainsail Suites.
foreign workers in the hospi- She said she would recom-
tality industry. He relies on mend a career in the hospitali-
churches, nonprofit organiza- ty industry to anyone. Hotel
tions and word-of-mouth to jobs pay well and provide
find workers. opportunities for advancement,
Some JMI employees are and "your co-workers become
U.S. citizens, and others are family members," she said.
foreigners with visas. Nearly Collier said it is important
all of them are from Latin for young people to know about
America.. the breadth of careers avail-
"We don't close our doors to able in the hospitality industry.
anybody," Daveriport said. Each hotel needs people to
Foreign workers can fill handle marketing, sales, food
open positions in a pinch, but and beverage service, house-
they're not a long-term solution keeping, maintenance and the
to the hospitality industry's front desk. Finding them
labor shortage. means looking far and wide.,
Immigration lawyer Rebekah "No matter what you do,
Poston, a partner at Squire, there are certain jobs that have
Sanders & Dempsey in Miami, to be done," he said. "You've
said demand outweighs supply got to get creative."
for nonimmigrant work visas.
She said obtaining visas for for-
eign workers is expensive and
can take up to six months. *M
Companies seeking visas have
local workers are unavailable a
for the job and that wages will
be on par with those for similar
The government issues only m
66,000 noninmigrant visas Denure plants.
each year for skilled. nonpro- Dentures* Iplants* Crow
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"This is vital to industries, ,
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Hospitality industry leaders
say part of the solution to the C. N. Christian
labor shortage lies with Con-
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to allow more foreign workers cITRU.
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those workers to stay longer
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More foreign labor is just '
Industry leaders also need 'to C
,address other conditions, such
as. housing costs and trans-
portation, that hurt their abili-
ty to attract qualified workers.
What about just raising wages
to. attract more applicants?
Entry-level jobs in the hotel
industry pay about $7 an: hour .
what about boosting that fig-
ure to $8, $10 or even $15?
"That's a short-term solution.
to a long-term problem," said
Keith Overton, vice president ,
and general manager at the
Tradewinds. Island Resorts in
St. Pete Beach.
If one hotel raises wages,
other hotels will follow suit, __ "
resulting in higher operating Sl
costs for the hotels but the
same degree of competition for OI Ia
workers. he said. lP2V1_ %_-2
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Associated Press
TALLAHASSEE Florida
should spend $20 million to
create affordable housing for
farm workers, increase inspec-
tions of field safety conditions
and pass a law requiring seat
belts in vans that carry workers
to the fields, a special migrant
worker committee recom-
mended Monday.
But broader recommenda-:
tions on providing access to
government benefits for illegal
immigrants may not be includ-
ed in the final proposal from
the Joint Legislative Com-
mission on Migrant and
Seasonal Labor. A panel co-
chairman has objected to those
issues because of their politi-
cal sensitivity
Sen. J.D. Alexander, a citrus
grower, said he believes many,
of the difficulties the migrant.
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would disappear if it weren't
the case that so many are in the
VU.S. illegally.
And many Floridians simply
.won't support using tax dollars
to help illegal immigrants, said
Alexander, R-Winter Haven.
"On a human level, these
folks are our brothers and sis-
ters," Alexander said. "But
politically, I'm sure a large part
of my district would not
approve of benefits for illegal
immigrants.".
The commission did agree to
support a number of changes
that, worker advocates have
been pushing, including
endorsement of a bill spon-
sored by Alexander that would
require seat belts in vans that
carry farm workers to the fields.
An Associated Press review
last year found transportation-
related accidents to be the


leading cause of work-related
deaths for Florida's farm work-
ers.
The panel also endorsed
increased safety and sanitation
inspections of farm fields and
farmworker ,housing, and
adding 10 new positions in the
Department of Agriculture for
more pesticide inspections.
"On the whole, we're very
pleased." said Karen Woodall,
an advocate for migrant work-
ers who has pushed for many of
the changes. She said that even
if the Legislature only deals
with pesticide issues, housing
and seat belts, it would be a big
step forward for a group of peo-
ple who often don't get much
attention.'
"It's 25, 30 years of coming
here, and for the first time I'm
feeling really good," .said
Margarita Romo, a farmworker
activist from Pasco County. ,


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+.21 +2.3
+.11 -6.9
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+.58 +10.3
+.57 -1.6
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McDnlds .67
Microsoft .36
Motorola .16
Penney .50
ProgrssEn 2.42
SearsHldgs ...
SprintNex .10
TimeWarn .20
UniFirst .15
VerizonCm1.62
Wachovia 2.04
Waf.il n ..60
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1.9 18
1.3 23
.8 11
.9 17
5.6 14
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1.1 '30
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3,348.36
339.65
6,902.51
1,391.73
1,889.83
1,136.15
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.92 ACE Ltd 5422 +.14
.66 ACM Ino 8.36 -.01
.. AESCoip 17.24 -.08
.521 AFLAC 46.80 -.36
.. AGCO 19.00' +.50
1.48 AGLRes 35.87 +.28
... AKSteel 11.43 +.54
1.92 AMU Rs 37.92 +.06
... AMR 22.64 -.10
.90e ASALtd 68.17 +122
1.33f AT&Tlnc u27.05 +.26
1.75 AT&T 2041 25.41 +.05
.38r AU Optron 15.51 +.50
.79e AXA 33.28 ,+.14
1.10 AbtLab 42.42 -.07
.70 AberFite 69.64 -.86
.30e Accenture 31.99 +.52
.86e AdamsEx 12.87 +.02,
.30 Adesa, 26.11 +.02
.. AMD 4122 +1.68
.04f Aetnas 97.60 -.72
.. AffCmpS 62.72 +.20
.. Agerers -13.20 -.06
Agilent 34.74 +.41
.03 Agnlcog gu25.97 +1.19
A.. id ld 8.03 +.10
1.28 AirProd 62.89 +2.07
.24 Airgas 38.47.+1.38
.. AirTran 16.74 -.01
.46 AlbertoCul 43.49 -.53
.76 Albertsn 25.10 +.14
.60 Alcan u49.78 +1.72
.. Alcatel 13.94 +.05
.60 Alcoa 32.03+1.45
.99e Alcon 122.70 -2.55
...AlgEngy 34.60 +.01
.40f AllegTch u53.73 +2.75
.40 Allergan 111.10 -1.88
1.45f Allete 44.15" -.31
3.Q0e AlliCap 59.90 +29
... AlliGamlf u16.08 +27
.89 AlIWrld2 12.60 +.05
.. AldWaste u9.49 +.13
1128 Allsfate 52.64 +.63
1.54 Afltel 59.74 +.19
.. AlphaNRsn 22.30 +.13
.18 Alpharma 33.23 +.36
3.20 AMla 71.38 -.32
..Amdocs 32.60 -.37
1.20 AmHess 148.89 +4.14
2.54 Ameren 50.28 +.10
.631 AMovlLs 32.60 -.35
.60 AmAle d17.38 -.54
1.48 AEP 36.22 +.12
.48b 'AmExp 52.22 -.11
.60 AmlntGp 866.01 ,*6
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.24a AnalogDev 40.18. +.41
.56e AnglogldA 61.08 +1.81
1.08 Anheusr 40.75 ,-18
... AnnTaylr 35.42 +.52
1.04e .Analy .12.06 -.15
.60 AonCorp 33.54 -;16'
.40 Apache 74.10 +.70
.17 ApplBio 28.05 +.51
... Apria 24.03 -.24


.431 AquaAms 28.16 +.58
Aquila 3.65' +.04
1.97e Aracruz u42.63 +2.63
.281 Aramark 28.18 -.05
.32 ArchCoal 85.97 +.96
.401 ArchDan 29.84 -.16
1.74f ArchstnSm 45,86 +.11
.40 ArvMerit 16.80 .-.,
1.10 Ashlandn 64.22 +.14
.68 AsdEstat 10.27 *.
1.26f ATMOS 26.10 -:i
... AutoNatn 22.35 .:'A
.74 AutoData 44.06 +,06
... Avaya 10.26 -.16
... Aiall 35.70 +.20
.. Avnet 24.97 +.38
.70f Avon 27.10 -.08
1.52 BB&TCp 38.58 -.05
.56e BHPBilILt 38.78 +.63
.20 BJ Svcs s 37.77 +.97
... B,.: r ., 071 -.32
... BM,: -n ;1 -.43
,2.09e BPPLC 69.97 +.83
2.08f BRT 25:20
.52 BakrHu 75.92 +1.99
.40 BallCp 39.75 .I
.82e BcoBrad s 37.89 ii
.44e Bncoltaus 30.00 +.86
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.72 Banta 49.37 -.33-
.52- Bard 61.00 -.92
.60 BamesNbl 41.29 +.06
... BanrPlim 67.50 +.52
.22 BarrickG 30.31 +.71
.52 BauschL f 67.48+1.16
.58e Baxter 35.45 -.57
1.121 BearSt u128.94 +1.69
... BearingPlf 8.79 -.03
.40 BeazrHms 67.64-1.73
.86 BectDck 63.07 -.20
1.16 BellSouth 29.40 -.09
.761' Bemals. 30.49 +.24
.32 BestBuys .48.85 +.26
... Beverly 12.28 +.02
.50p Blovail 23.73 +.61
1.12 BlackD 83.56 -.16
1.32f BIkHICp 35.40 +.44
.75a BlkFL08 15.39 +.01
.50 BlockHRs 23.77 -.14
... Blockbstr 4.01 +.03
.57e BlueChpl 6.07 -.05
.50 BlueLinx 14.76 -1.64
1.201 Boeing 71.14 +.27
.40f Borders 24.30 -.05
B.:'.li.eer 25.23 +.04
2...':- 8.,.:I.p 78.63 +.41
... BostonSd 21.62 -.18
1.12 BrMySo 22.37 +.11
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4-6 l"i'.1."h1: 8. 1 .
52f CS'I' '* 52.55 +.70
1rl CviCp: 28.69 -.54
... CablvsnNY 25.00 -.12
.91e CadbyS 39.51 -.41
.28 CallGolf u15.90 +.14
.321 Camecog 72.78 +2.78


.72 CampSp 29.60 -.11
.24 CdnNRsgsu64.34 +2.02
.11 CapOne 83.30 +.03
1.26 CapMpfB 12.70 +.10
.24 CardnlHith 69.77 -1.58
... CaremkRx 49.72 -.80
CarMax 29.60 -.56
I..i Carnival 51.71 .'-.40
1.00 Caterpils 68.70 +.57
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.16 Centex 67.64 -1.02
.24 CntryTel 34.34 +.31
... Ceridian 25.11 +.06
ChmpE 14.06 +.28
.01 Checkpnt 27.14 +.29
.20 Chemtura 11.27 -.34
.20 ChesEng 33.80 +.19
1.80, Chevron 58.84 +1.34
.12 ChlcB&Isff 22.33 -6.67
... Chicos 43.20 +.05
.39e ChlYuc .9.18 +.56
S. ChoicePt 43.24 +.24
1.72 Chubb 94.50 -.46
1.48e ChungTel 18,25 -.10
.16 Cimarex 45.07 +.42
... CindciBell 3.58 -.04
1.92 CINergy 43.22 +.19
.07 CircCity 24.00 +.40
.72 .CiadlBr 12.00 .+.04
I l Ct'. ,IT. '" I'" +.11
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.16 CocaCE 19.34 +.11
1.12 CocaCI 40.94 +.06
... Coeur 5.25 +.11
1.16 ColgPal 54.15 -.39
.65a Colintln 8.24 -.07
-.48f CmcBNJs 33.31 +.04
.401 CmcdMts u49.08 +1.32
CmtyHIt 36.44' +.64
1.13e CVRD 49.60 +.75
.83e CVRDpf 43.19 +.74
CompSci 50.14 -.29
1.09 ConAgra 20.89 -.26
1.24 ConocPhis 62.76 +.26
.56 ConsolEgy 70.83 +1.77
.2.301 ConEd 46.13 +.03
1.51f ConstellEn 57.46 +.80
... CtlAirB 20.26 -d4
.. Cnvrgys 16.62 IA
CoopCams 46.72 .
.42 CooperTire 14.53 II
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DSTSys 56.92 -.16
2.06 DTE d42.03 +.86
1.93e DaimlC 57.27 +.36
.04m DanaCorp 4.24 -.30
.08 Danaher 55.88 +.39
.40 Darden 41.14 -.20
... DaVlta u57.20 3.51


1.56f Deere 74.92 +.41
.80e DeutTel d15.43 -.25
.30 DevonE 65.66 +1.31
.50a DiaOffs 83,84 +1.76
.82 Diebold 39.17 +.30
... DirecTV .13.53 +.03
.271 Disney 24.96 -05
.18 DollarG 17.19.-.01
2.761 DornRes 75.17' +.12
:':., DoralRinIf 11.56 +.10
i:14 DowChm 41.04 -.26
,,:, DowJns 39.15 +.45
1.48 DuPont 38.88 -.02
1.24 DukeEgy 28.11 +.05
1.88a DukeRlty 35.15 +.19
2.10 Duq pfA 34.75 -.60
1.00 Duqight 17.69 +.06
Dyn.qv 569 +69
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.24f EOGRess 80.25 +1.14
1.76 EastChm 47.74 +.04
.50 EKodak 24.23 +.12
1.08f Edisonint 43.07 ,+.04
... EdwLfSci 44.67 -1.53-
.16 ':Ji- .:,'.: 13.26 +.18
-... : 14.85 -.42
.20 EDS 24.99 -.40
1.78f ,EmrsnEl 7687 -.48
1.28 EmpDist 22.25 +.24
... Emulex 17.83 -.18
3.70 EnbrEPls 45.69 -.15
.30 EnCanas 47.65 +.87
.91e Endesa 29.35 .-.50
... EngyTEqn 22.76 +.11
.48 "Eng[Cp 40.25 -.11
... EnPro 29.80 -.33
.10 ENSCO 50.12 +1.20
2.16 Entergy 69.83 +.82
.68 Eqtyinn 15.81- +.05
2.00 EqOifPT 30.80 -.11
1.771 EqlyRsd 43.12 +.32
'.40. EsteeLdr 36.77 +.907
1.60 Exelon 56.05 +.08
1.28f ExxonMbl 61.97 +.58
.. FMCTch 49.50 +.32
1.42 FPLGps 40.91 +.57
.. FairchldS 18.84 +.14
.12 Fairmntg 44.36 +.18
.421 FamDIr 23.45 -.29
1.04 FannieMIf 56,00 +.04
.32 FedExCp 98.59 +.10
24 FedSignl 17.62 -.04
100 FedrDS 68.09 -.94
"i Ferrellgs 21.90 +.07
er Ferrolf 20.30 +.29
i .1s FidlNFns 38.24 -.11
:' RdNInfo 38.67 -.28
.4 RstData 44.44 -.21
4.i2e' FiFr.,F. 16.06 +.02
1.60 FiT,F,.] -.04
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1.44 FortuneBr 79.61 +1.72
.20 FdinCoal 46.47 +1.11
.481 FrankRas 96.90 +.83
1,88f FredMac 65.81 +.05
,1.251. FMCG 62.60 +.94
., Freescale 26.28. +.78,
.. FreescB 26.30 +.84
.80m FdedBR 11.10 -.29
.16a FrontOils 45.57 +.27


.841 GATX 38.95 +.35
.76a GabelliET 8.39 -.03
.. GameStp 43.10 +.53
1.16 Gannett 60.87 -1.44
.18 Gap 18.74 +.11
.. Gateway 252 +10
.. Genentch 87.72 +.42
1.001 GenElec. 32.75 -.10
1.64 GnGrthPrp 50.66 -.06
1.361 GenMills 47.50 -.06
2.00 GnMotr 23.34 +.19
1.31 GMdb32B 18.60 +.06
.30 Genworth 32.84 +.07
,32 GaGulf 29.71 +.81
.83e Gerdaus 21.65 +.93
.. Gettylm 80.57 +.76
... Glamis 31.59 +.84
1.53e -ii..i:,i-'.,. 50.50 5'
.08 i.:t.fa, 49.30. 4
.901 GlobalSFe 60.45 +2.12
.11e GoldFLtd 23.83 +1.43
.18a Goldcrpg 26.75 +.29
.32. GoIdWFn 69.19 -.26
1.00 GoldmanSul42.82 +.08
.80 Goodrich 40.87 +.18
.. Goodyear, 15.27 +.06
... Grace u12.77 -.73
.40 GraniteC.'u42.40 +2.41
.. GrantPrde u51.15 +2.02
1.66 GtPlainEn -28.18 +.04
1.00 GMP 30.15 -.06
... Griffon 23.46 +.17
.34 Gtech 33.29 -.16
.71e GuangRy u20.45 +:36
.40 Guidant .73.70 -.27
.681 HCAInc 49.11 +1.75
.50 Hallibtn 77.45 +.05
1.03e HanJS 14.20
.55 HanPtDiv 8.65
.68 HanPtDv2 11.24 -.10
.. Hanover u17.06 +.62
Hanoverlns 46.10
1.74e Hanson 58.08 -01
.72f HarteyD 1.56 -.89
... HarmonyG 18.71 +.92
1.45 HarrahE 72.41 -.27
'1.20f HartfdFn 79.95 -.80
.36 Hasbro 20.62 -.13
1.24 HawaiiEl 26.01 -.01
H.. eadwatrs 37.35 -.15
2.48 HltCrREIT 36.38 +.18
.24 .HIIMgt 21.25 +.15
2.64 HlthcrRIty 35.60 +.38
.. HqalthNet 47.31 -.73
... Hiir,.: n d21.70 -.28 ,
l... 1r.1 5.34 +.19
1.20 Heinz .33.70 -.20
... HellnTel 11.20 i-
.33 HelmPaiy 78.70 .+?'
H.,.iui. 11.60 -.36
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2.92 -li;.,FT 4 14
.48f HostMarr 20.15 14
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Hunismn 2105 -1 90
.39e ICICItBk 31.49 +1.13
.08 IMS.HIh 25,04 +.40
.58e IShBrazil 40.71 +1.09


.06e iShJapan 1386 -.03
.26e iShKor 46.76 +1.11
.29e iShMalasia 7.33 +.04
.14e iShTaiwan 13.18 +.20
2.14e iShSPS00 126.78 +.30
2.81e iShREsts 68.17 +.17
.50e iShSPSmls 62.21 +.32
2.93 iStar 36.20 +.07
I.. TEd u63.02 +1.17
1.20 Idacorp 30,98 +.07
1.32 ITW 84.90 +.22
.48 Imaion .44.17 +.11
.80m ImpacMtg d8.24 -.30
.40 INCO 50.89 +.87,
.. Infineon 9.37 +.17
.64 IngerRd s 39.37 -.21
.. IngrmM 19.72 ...
.. IntentlExn 55.71 +.20
.80 B15r.1 : -I .
... ic..[lCe. l"14 .
.50 IntlGame 36.09 +.26
1.00 IntPap 32.73 +.23
.. IntRect 36.99 +.69
.. Interpublic 9.90 +.04
.64f Ipscog 94.00 +2.13
IronMtn 4260 -.11

.02 JLG u56.50 +3.13
1.36 JPMorgCh 39.44 -.09
... Jabil 38.46 +.08
.04 .ji'uj:': 'i i +.61
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1.00f KBHomes 70.39 -1.46
1.46e KTCorp 20.97 +.25
.48 Kaydon 33.40 +.26
1.11 Kellogg 43.09 -.20
.64 .Kellwood 24.30 +.02
.20 KerrMcG 106.32 +1.93
1.38f Keycorp 35.46 +.12
1.86f KeySpan 35.79 -.05
1.80 KImbClk 57.35 +.05'
1.32 Kimcos 34.49 +.14
3.20f KindME 48.06 +.20
.. KIngPhrm 18.84 -.19
.. Kinrossgl 11.09 +.13
Kohls 44.33 -.91
.56e KoreaElc 20.87 -.42
.92 Krnft 28.77 -.31
... KspKrmlf 6.64 +.06
...Kroger 18.86 +.23
.27e .LERy L2.71 +.02.
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1.44 ...T, T' Y ':.f7 +.17
.44 LaZBoy ,ui' +.26:
... LabCp 55.40 -1.45
.: LaBr.'r.r 12.41 +.30
1,401 u.Li-le 32.04. +.02
.96 LalargisAu682i4.1789
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I 5 i u.., lial 52.67 -.19
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... UonsGtg 9.15 +.12
1,20 LockhdM, u70.02 +1.10
.601 LaPac 28.97 +.37
.24 LqwesCos 62.92 -.60
.. Lucent 2.70 +.04


.90 Lyondell 23.50 +.06

1.80 M&TBk 106.45 -37
1.12 MBIA 60.17 +.45
.76 MDURes 35.56 +.61
... MEMC If u30.92 +1.50
.50 MCR 8.62 +.02
1.00f MGIC 62.99 -1.24
.. MGMMirs 36.72 +.04
.03e Madeco 8.06 +.15
1.52 Magnalg 72.52 -.08
.49. MgdHi 6.04 +.02'
1.20 Manulifg' 61.30 +.25
1.32 Marathon 73.17+1.56
.42 MarlntA 66.80 +.75
,68 MarshM 30.20 -.08
.. MStewrt 17.60 -.11
.92 MaitMM u92.30 +3.30
.80. Masco 29.76 +.15
.16 MasseyEn 40.12 +.83
.. MaterialSci 13.45 +.07
:50f Mattel 16.41 +.31
l. MavTube 47.79 +1.49
.. Maxtor 8.84 -.17
.36 Maytag 17.46 -.05
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... MedcoHilh ':,, -,69
.39 Metrnic ':"i -.59
.80 ,MellonFnc 34.67 +.17
1.52 MP-.. i 33.83 -.56
... Mni. i 4.80 +.11
1.001 MerrilLyn 74.57 +.64
.52f MetLife 49.11 +.19
.40 Michaels 32.73 -.22
... MIcronT u16.01 +1.12
2.38 MidAApt 52.05
,. Midas 19.26 +.02
... Milacron 1.41
. Milipore 67.62 -:42
'1 MlihCp 40,08 +.20
.. Mirantn 27.34 -.12
.08e MitsuUFJ 13.86 -.32
.40 MittalStl 35.65 +.27
1.02e MobileTel '36.72 +.38
.801 Monsnto 83.41 -.58.
.281 Moodyss 64.00 +.11
1.08 MorgSlan 61.73 +.29
1.40e MSEmMkt 25.68 +.52
... M ,:, ,' 16.50 +.18
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I.61 Ml2',al, l'.j r. 10.90 -.01
.45 MurphOs 52.70 -.68
.24 MylanLab 21.56 +.24
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.66 NYTimes 27.95 14
NewlExps 50.63 .i
.40 NewmtM' 60.48 +86
NwpkRs 8.71 +.04
.12e NewsCpA 15.86 +.21
.10e NewsCpB 16.69 +.16


.92 NiSource 20.27 +.39
1.86 Nicor 40.89 -.01
1.24f NikeB 84.15 +.46
.16f NobleCorp 79.03 +3.28
.20 NobleEns 44.73 +.23
.45e NokiaCp 17.92 -.23
.34 Nordstrms 41.35 -.85
.64f NorilkSo u49.75 +.51
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3.20 NoBordr 43.55 +.20
1.04 NorthropG 63.24 +.55
.40 NQvaChem 34.46 'A
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1.21f NSTARs 28.72' +,30
.60a Nucor u87.81 IS 18
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ATITech 17.75 +.20
ATMl Inc 33.93 +.38
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.., AVIBio 8.56 +.15
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.20 Acdom 24.11 +.31
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... AdobeSys 39.52 +.32
.36 Adtran 28.37 -.04
.. AdvOigInf 10.43 +.13
.. AdvEnld 15.14 +.60
.45 Advanta 3122 -.55
.54 AdvanB 33.30 -.85
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.. Affymet 36.51 -.79
... AirMeth u21.97"+2.36
.. AirspanNet 5.80 -.10
.. AkamaiT 21.95 +.12
1.52e 'Akzo 47.48 -.79
.60a Aldila 29.89 +.52
.90 AlexBId 49.30 -.74
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Alkerm 23.04 -.09
.. Allscripts 17.05 -.01
.. AlnylamP 12.95 +.19
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.. Amedisy 41.84 +.04
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... AmrMeds 21.90 +.28
.40 APwC n 20.31 +.23
.. ASdE 71.14 +3.15
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.. AmkorT 5.77 +.22
.. Amylin 38.31 -1.06
Anadlgc 620 -.54
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.. AnlySurh 1.50 -.01
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.. AndrxGp 17.25 +.05
.. Angiotchg 15.68 +.23
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... Antlgncs 5.63 +.60
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.. ApIdInov 3.70
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'. Aibalnc 9.32 +.07
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..ArTech u2.98 +.17
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AvoctlCp 34.06 +.22
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... BEAero 23.25 +.11
.. BEASys 10.97 -.16
.. Baidun d45.63 -.49
.. BallardPw 5.44 +.18
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.25 BeasleyB 13.84 +.13
.16 BebeStnss 20.15 -.25
... BedBath 36.57 -.08
.. BellMic d6.06 +.01
.. Biocryst 19.82 +.13
.. Bioenvisn 8.02 -.13
.. Biogenldc 44.24 -.68
'.04 BoLase 7.23 -.27
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... Biomira 1.50 ....
.. Biopurers .82
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... BIkboard 32.24 +2.38
... BluCoat 24.74-15.59
.48 BobEva 27.17 +.10
.. Bookham 7.78 +.39
.: BrigExp 11.74 +,24
.... Bightpnts 22.11 +.22
.. Brdcom 7022 +2.64
.. Broadwing u10.06 +.14
.. BrodeCm '4.71 -.09
.. BrooksAul 16.99 +.46
.. BusnObj 38.11 -.17
.. C-COR 7.22 +.05
.52 CBRLGrp- 43.97 +.06
CDCCpA 4.27 -.20
.43f CDWCorp 55.47 +.51
.52 CHRobns 40.42 +.81
-.. CMGI 1.40 +.02
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CSGSys 22.68 -.12
.. CVThera 24.21 +.05
.. Cadence' 16.80 -.10
' .. CalDives 41.38 +1.64
.36f CalmsAst 33.99 +1.49
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... CancerVax 2.48 +.50
... Candela 19.04 +1.01
.65f CapCtyBks 35.09 +.21
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.18 Caseys 24.69 +.14
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.. Cekjene 70.00 +.11
.. CellThera d1.84 -.03
.. CentlFrght 2.03 -.01
... CentAl u38.10 +2.36
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S.. ChariRsse 16.60 -.01
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... ChinaESvn 7.94 +.09
... ChinaMedn 39.31 +.67
... ChlnaNRes 16.55 -1.95
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SCklwtrCrs 19.56 -.38
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... Comrcs 26.94 -.13
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.. Creeinc 26.65 +.35
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... CumMed 12.98 +.28
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... Cutera 31.00 +1.25
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DUSA 8.00 -.24
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... Dndreon 4.81 -.02
... Dennysn 4.19 +.09
.28 Dentsply 52.58 -.20
.. DigRiver 35.10 -.02
Digteas 13.10 +.08
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.. DiscHldAn .14.55 -.02
.. DistEnSy 10.08 -.01
... DobsonCm 7.39 +.16
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... DressBn 45.28 +.10
.. drugstore 3.01 +.05
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.10 DynMatIs 35.54 -1.14
... eBays 40.77 +19
... ECITel 8.42 -.01
... EFJInc u11.99 +.19
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... ESS Tech 3.92 +.05
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... ErthUnk 11.21 -.03
.. EchoStar 27.41 -.01
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EdgePet 32.35 +.30
... eDiets.com' 7.22 +.20
.. EducMgt 32.07 +.34
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... EleclSci u25.64 +.30
... Eclrgis 4.46 -.04
.. ElectAts 54.22 +1.08
... EFII 28.06 +.30
.. EIIzArden 22.50 +1.23
Emncore 8.81 +.04
.. Emdeon 9.28 -.02
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.. EncrMed 5.52 +.12
: EncorW '28.67 +1.03
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EndoPhrm 26.11 +.03
... EngyConv 47.456 -24
Entegris 10.05 +.07
... EntreMd 2.25 -.04
... Entrust 4.01 +.03
.. EpicorSIt 12.39 +.19
.36e EricsnTI 35.12 -.33
Euronel 33.76 -.03
.. EvrgrSIr 14.82 +51
... ExaclScI 2.41 -.21
.. Exar. 13,24 -.17
... EddeTc 2.96 -.16
.. Expedian 25.52 +.05
.30 Expdlntl 73.75 +.71
... Explor u11.11 +.22
.. ExpScr1pts 89.76 -2.14
.. ExtNetw 4.92 -.01
... F5Netw 63.69 +.66
... FEICo u24.51 -.73
., FLIRSys 24.90 +.84
... FSIInt u5.74 +.37
... FXEner 5.69 +.07
.401 Fastenal s 39.61 -.02
1.52 FdthThird 36.53 -.14
... ReNeth 26.38 -.27
... Finisar 2.65 +.05
... FrstHrzn 17.34 +.13
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1.12 FstMerit 24.75 -.14
... Fise 43.00 +.52
... extrnm 10.10 +.08
... ForgntNtw 1.75
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.. FostrWhwlBu2.97 -.12
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.. FrrAir 6.68 -.14
... FuelTch u11.30 +.97
.. FuelCell 9.95 -.08
.58 FultonFns 17.54 -.18
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Gemstar 3.21 +.10
S... Genaera' 1.51 +.11
... GenBiotc 135 +11
.. GenesMcr 19.15 +.07
... Genta 3.17 +11
.36 Gentexs 17.30 +.25
... Genzyme 71.75 +.45
... GeoPharm 4.12 -.17
... GeronCp 8.22 +.48
... GigaMed 4.53 -.21
... GileadSci 60.02 -.68
... Globlnd 13.50 +.18
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GoldKist d14.61 +.17
Gooale 385.10 +3.55
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... Gymbree 22.68 +.69
.. H&EEqn 23.40 +.44
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... HMSHId 8.20 +.23
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1.101 HarbrFL 38.66 -.20
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... HSchains 46.45 +.18
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... Hydri 79.81 +2.64
Hydrgos 4.11 +.03
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... Imclone 36.34 +,10
... Immucor 29.49 -.46
.. Incyte 5.43 +.06
1.08 IndpCmly 40.91
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... Inlrmag u43.81 +1.46
.. InterMune 18.28 +.21
.. IntlDisWk 6.38 +.06
.06 IntlSpdw 46.40 +,05
... IntemlCap 9.53 +.07
...InelCmce u3.54 +.44
... InbntlnitJ 10.93 +.20
... IntnlSec 22.20 +.14
.20f Intersil u29.89 +1.18
... Intuit 51.53 +.43
... IntSurg 106.69 -8.00
.091 InvFnSv 44.76 -.20
.. Invitrogn 67.73 -.24
.. Ionatron 9.89 +.14
... Isis u5.89 +.30
... IvanhoeEn 2.59 +.14
... Village 7.15 -.20
... Ixia 12.20, -.37

.. j2GIob 44.08 -.55
.. JDSUnilh 298 +03
.22f JackHenry 21.89 -.05
... JetBlues d11.07 -.68
... JJIIIGr u23.57 +4.37
.301 JoyGIbIs u56.84 +3.63
.. JnprNlw 18.66 +.29
.48 KLATnc 52.71 +.86
... KnghtCap u11.86 +.15
... Komag 47.92 +1.18
.. KopinCp 4.88 +.14
.. KosPhr 45.91 +.51
.. Kronos 39.75 -.15
.. Kulicke u11.76 +.46
.. Kyphon 39.95 +.03
.. LJInt 3.80 +.07
LKQCps 21.25 -.05
.48 LSIInds 13.94 +.28
.. LTX 5.28 -.02
... Ladish u26.25 +1.11
..LamRsch 46.85 +.62
.. LamarAdv 47.14 +.36
.10 Landstar 43.62 -.45
.... Lasrscp 25.05 -.20
,. Lattice 4.68 +.17
.. LawsnSft 7.72 +.11
LeveB 3.64 -.06
... LexarMd 6.67 -.60
... UbGlobAs d20.26 -.04
... UbGlobCn d19.12 -.23
..Li Ufecell 22.63 +.50
.. UfePIH 29.96 -.43
... Uncare 40.53 -.87
.60f UnearTch, 35.88 +.22
.. LodgEnI 13.14 -.12
.. LookSmtrs 4.54 -.13
... Loudeye 64 +07


M-SysFD 27.10 -.76
SMDCPr g 8.28 -.09
... MGIPhr 16.45 -.18'
MIPSTech 8.99 +.48
... r .T, 2.75 +.05
.40 .IT' 35.85 -.15
Macrvsn 18.62 -.20
... Magma 8.98 -.03
MannKd 17.16 -.55
.. 1. ....i 1.96. +.04
S ... I 28.56 +.40
MarvellT 68.01 +1.60
... Mattson 11.74 +.78
.50 Maxim 40.18' +.44
... MaxwlT 18.31 -.49
McDataA 4.43 -.02
... Medlmun 33.05 +.55
... Medarex 13.28 -.36
... MedAct 22.16 +.37
MentGr 11.47 +.15
1.01 MercBkshs 37.44 -.14
.. MesaAir 12.15 +.07
.30 MetalMg 27.38 +.70
Micrel 14.30 +.05
.76f M'rochp 37.06 +.44
Mcromse 9.96 +.01
MicrosSys 45.79 +.17
MicroSemi 31.31 +.24
.36f Microsoft 27.17 -.37
Mcrotune 5.60 -.05
Mikohn 7.75 +.34
MillCell 1.50 +,02
MillPhar 10.26 +.01
Mindspeed 3.73 +.11
Misonix 5.54 -.21
MnstrWw 46.77 -.73
.. MoscwCbleu8.14 +.94
MovieGal d3.85 -.18
Myogen 36.80 +71
NABI Bio 3.98 +01
NETgear 17.93 -.03
.NGASRs 11.68 +.18
NIIHdgs 48.12 -.30
NMS Cm 3.87 +.01
... NMTMed 23.34-1.22
.. NPSPhm 14.09 +.10
.. Npster 3.74 +.15
,14e Nasdl00Tr 40.81 -.11
.57e Nasdaq 42.43 +2.41
Nastech 18.55 -.43
.. NatAflH 11.63
SNektarTh 19.74 +.26
.. NeoPharm 11.00 -.07
.. NeoseT 2.79 +.26
.. Neoware 25.44 -.28
.. Net1UEPS nu33,32+1.31
.08 NetBank d7.64 +.26
.. Net2Phn 2.05 +.02
.. NetlQ 12.00 -.10
.. NetLogid 35.60 +.26
Netease 72.24 +1.40
Netfli 26.28 +.17
.85c nelguru ..30 -.02
.. NetSolTch 2.22 +.21
.. NetwkAp 30.83 -.31
Neurcrine 60.29 +.86
Newport 18.29 -.20
.. NextlPrt 27.97 +.02
... Nnetowns 6.21 -.49
NitroMed 12.7.4 -.13
NobltyH 26.65 +.20
.84 NorTrst 52.08 +.32
.. Novmrg 40.73 -1,22
.. NvlWrls '10.82 -'20
.. Novavax 4.19 -.05
.. Novell 9.63 +.10
Novlus 28.81 +.39
NuHoriz 9.65 +,37
.. NuanceCm 8.08 -.26
.. NutriSys 42.11 -.70
Nufilrion21 1.22 -.13
.,, Nuvelo 16.24 -.31
... Nvidia 45.26 +1.24
OSIPhrm 28.58 +.21
OccuLogix 3.86 -.24
OmniVisn 25.19 +.43


Cl'. ; i I ', - I
OnSmcnd 6.96 +.10
OnyxPh 27.14 -.98
OpnwvSy 21.31 +.78,
Opsware 7,20 +.01
.16 optXprs 29.74 +.78
.. Oracle 12.25 +.04
OraSure 11.00 -.32
OrcktCm s 25.33 -2.28
rr. 43,68 +.77
1.12 i'n, Ti.l iA .5 -.06
.... Overstk .. -1.11

PDLBio 28.97 -.35
,. PETCO 20.72 -.21
.. PFChng 50.30 -.11
PMCSra 10.17 401
.. PRG SchIlz .51 +.01
.30 PW Eagle 22.21 +.72
1.00a Paccar 87.98 -.58
.. PacEthann 18.93 +.03
.. PacSunwr 24.52 -.28
... Packetr 11.95 -.03
.. PalnTher 9,26 -.30
.. Palm Inc 39.84 +1.59
.. PalmrM 37.50 -.52
.. PanASIv 24.91 +.88
.. Panacos 8.69 +.03
.. Pantry 56.20 +1.87
.. PapaJohns 33.39 -.24
.. ParPet 19.89 -.21
.. ParmTo 6.51 +.25
.. Patterson 33.66 -.21
.16 PattUTI 36.75 +1.04
.64 Paychex. 36.39 -.06
.. PnnNGm.s 32.10 -.25
.. PrSeTch 24.00 -.40
.. Pererine 1.45 -.25
,17f Perrigo 15.80 -.03
.. Petrohawk u16.04 +.22
.. PetDev 42.62 +.29
.12 PetsMarl 24.84 +.80
... PhnxTc 7.16 +.67
.. Photrln 18.26 +.20
.. Pixars 56.88 -.18
.. Pxlwrks 4.71 +.28
.. PlanarSy 14.07 +.09
.. Plexus 28.57 +.34
PlugPower 5.44 -.02
Polycom 19.30 +.29
PortlPlay 27.81 -.86
.. Powrintg 26.80 +1.22
.. Power-One 5.95 -.11
.. Powrwav 14.40 +.31
.. Prestek 10.95 -.03
1.12f PriceTR 76.30 -.14
... priceline 21.49 -.22
.. PrimusT .76 -.02
.. ProgPh 26.71 -.78
PsycSols 32.96 +.01
QLT 6.13 +.18
.... QlaoXIng 6.63 -.38
.. Qlogic '39.89 +.31
.36 Qualcom 4593 -15
....QuanFuel 4.51 -.08
.. QuestSftw 15.67 -.13
.. Quidel 9.52 -.34
.. RFMicD. 7.33 +.05
... RSASec 14.68 -.24
... RackSysn 34.97 -1.80
... Radcom u4.41 -.10
.. RadiSys 17.62 -.61
.. ROneD 10.34 -.05
... Rambus 29.16 +1.98
... Randgold 18.61 +.53
RealNwk 7.74 -.25.
... RedHat 28.20 -.12
... Redback 17.54 -.13
... RdIf.cm u28.35 +5.13
Regenm 15.89 -.30
.. RemotDy .27 +.01
RentACt 20.57 +.07
... Replgn u4.99 +.10
.44b RepBcp 12.24 +.15
... RschMotn 70.67 -.02
ResConns 26.83 -.17


HS 3..... i I
S... RightNow 16.43 +.68
24. RossStrs 27.15 -.03
.221 RoyGld 37.35 +1.05
... Rudolph 16.88 +.62
... RuthChrisn 22.25 -.07
... Ryanair 52.11 -1.46

.. SBACorh 20,96 +.41
.. SFBCInt 24.95 -.40
1.00 Safeco 50.67 -.30
SafeNet 27.00 -.75
.. SalixPhm. 17.43 +.54
.48 SanderFm 27.37 -256
... SanDisk 62.40 -1.65
... Sanmina 4.15 +.03
.. Sapient 6.10 -.09
.07 Schnitzer 33.63 +1.05
.10 Schwab 1467 +.10
.. SciClone 2.45 +.02
... SciGarnmes 32.18 +.14
... SeaChng 9,26 +:06
.. SearsHldgs 117.65 -1.79
.. SecureCmp 13,54 +.25
... SelCmfit u35.81 +1.02
.88 Selctin 54.54 -.78
., Semlech 19,54 +.02
.,. Sepracor 57.09 -1.17
... Shanda 16.00 +.35
..Shrplmn 9.88 +.37
.17e Shire 48.42 -.65
.. ShufflMst 23.40 -.80
... SiRFTch 36.28 -.43
SierraWr 12.85 +.11
.... Sly u13.33 +2.55
SigmDg 16.56 +.42
S.,' SigmaTel 11.01 -.20
... Silicnlmg 11.75 -.01
SilcnLab. 48.31 -1.09
,. SST 4.67 +.02
.12r Slcnware 6.96 -.02
.. SiNlStdg 17.67 +.11
... Sina 22.67 +.31
.40f Sinclair 8.14 -.01
... Sirenza 7.73 +.28
... SidusS 5,49 +.16
,. SimaThera 4.63 -.07
.921 SkyFncI 26.21 +.68
.12 SkyWest 29.29 +.03
SkywksSol 5.16 -.02
SmartMe n 8.50 -.04
... SmurfStne 12.71 -.03
.. Sohu.cm 19.30 -.35
... SncWall 8.17 -.11
.. Sonus 4.46 -.04
..36 SouMoBc 14.48 -.02
.. SpansionAn 13.06 -.59
.17 Stapless 23.22 +.08
... Starbuckss 3449 +61
.40 StIDyna u47.80 +3.24
... StemCells 3.79 +.09
... Stereotaxis 12.54 '-.33
... Stratex 4.43 +.19
... SunMicro 4.36 -.07
... SunOpla 7.20 +.11
... SunPowern 37.50 +1.08
... SupTech .52 +.01
... Suprtex 32.24 +.80
... SupportSft 4.25 -.09
.96 SusqBnc 23.74 -.19
.. SwiftTm -22.98 -.09
... Sycamore 4.74 -.05
... Symantec 1674 +02
Symetric 9.63 +.09
.. Synaptics 28.60 -.39
.. Synergetcnu7.39 +1.65
... Syneron 26.54 -1.64
..Synopsys 22.22 -.16
... Synos 10.38 +.12
SyntroCp 10.47 +.31
6.00e TDAmeritr 19.71 -.39
... THQs 25.92 -.62
.. TLC Vision 5.78 -.12
.. TRMCorp 9.02 +.23
... TakeTwo as 16.23 +.64
.16f TalxCpa 31.69 +2.53


T i -y 'e,, +l.,.
... TaroPh.' 14.66 A
.,. TASER 9.15 .0
.. TechBata 40.68 ii
Tegal- .61 ,"
,; Tekelec 14.53 .
... TelwlstGI 23.56 -,ii
.. TelikInc 18.86 ii
T-_,.: ,.r i 'i I_
T.riT. ',: ,
.27e TevaPhrm 40.69 *'
... TexRdhsAs 15.51
Th. Shlret 8.14 "1
ThrmWv 1.58
... Thoratc 19.19 8
.. 3Com 5.00 +.11
ibcolSft 8.12 -.07
... TWTeleh 10.61 -.18
TiVoInc 5.77 -.04
TractSupp u63.33 +.03
... TrdeStatn 17.02
... TrWEnt 5.70 +.46
.. Tmsmeta 1.37 -.01
... TmSwtc 1.68 -.03
.. TridMics 25.76.+1.16
.. TrimbleN 38.40 -.32
.. TriPathl 7.06 -.35
.. TriQuint 4.86 +.21
.64f TrstNY 12.43 +.12
.84 Trustmk 29.10 +.38
24/7RealM 8.40 -.05
... UALn 33.90 -.70
.10 UCIHHds 17.10 +.04
US'Cnct .12.88 +.29'.
.. USGIobal,tu19.91 +1.85
... UTStrm 6.62 -.13
.. Ubiquia 9.80 +.11
.. UndArmrn 39.20 +.36
... UtdNItF 31.07 -.17
.80 UidOnin 13.26 -.06
... USEnr 5.60
.11f UnivFor 57.50 +2.59
... UrbanOuts 25.80 -.14

... VCAAnt 27.53 -.16
... ValTech 2.20 +.20
... ValueClick 17.67 -.12
... VadanS 51.35 +1.23
.. Vasogeng 3.10 -.05
.. Vasomed .18 -.02
... Veecolnst 21.85 +.13
.. Verislin 2365 +.36
.. VertxPh 34.30 -.24
.. VertdNet .67 +.02
.. ViisageTrs 18.58. +.05
.. Vimicron u12.75 +.31
VionPhm 1.99 +.06
ViroPhrm, 22.01 +.04
Vitesse 2.93 +.14
.. WebSide 15.31 -1.37
WebEx 26.38 -.77
.. webMeth 7.79 +.19
.. Websense 65.03 -1.78
.16 WemerEnt 20.97 +.21
... WetSeal 5.36 +.17
..Wheelt 16.62 +.19
.60a WholeFds 71.95 +1.11
.. WildOate u15.11 +1.04
.. WindRvr 13.80 +.14
W.. tnSys 22.74 +.04
... WorldAlrIf 9.80 +.73
.. Wynn 61.96 -.86
XMSat d23.55 -.79
.. XOMA 1.64 -.02
.28 Xilinx 27.37 +.10
YRCWwde 48.25 +.24
Yahoo 32.92 -.62
.. ZebraT 43.35 +.60
ZhoneTch 2.18
1.44 ZionBcp 78,51 -.25
Zoltek 14.94 +.64
.. Zoran u22.48 +2.26
.. ZymoGen 21.38 -.49


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Yesterday Pvs Day
Zuiftralia 1 3483 1 3353
Brail 2 1825 2 21 10
Biii r. 1 74-4 1 "613
r ar n 1 146iii 1 .1446
Cr..na 8\4 60611
C rr, 8 O'. 8 0611
Euro A358 6318
H.:.nq Kjonr 7 7581 7 7571
Hur.3lary 2f9i ;35 208 50
Irnia 44 130 44 120
Inrdiia 9200.00 9295 00
Isr.al 4 6.950 4 6970
Japr. 1 1897 11893
Jord3r, 7 0i.3 7085
Malaysia 3.7400 3.7445
Mexico 10.4450 .10.4770"
Pakistan 59.86 59.86
Poland 3.20 3.18-
Russia 28.2500 28.2368.:-
SDR .6963 .6934
Singapore. 1.6282. 1.6346
Slovak Rep 31.23 31.07
So. Africa 6.0888 6.0606
So. Korea 962.30 1017.10
Sweden 7.7850 7.7203 a
Switzerind 1.3010 1.2943 '
Taiwan 32.08 32.(00
U'.A.E. 3.6714 3.6720
British pound expressed in U.S. dollars. All others show
dollar in foreign currency.



Yesterday Pvs Day
Prime Rate 7.50 7.25
Discount Rate 5.50 5.25:
Federal Funds Rate 4.50 4.50
Treasuries
3-month 4.35 4.34
6-month 4.48 4.42
5-year 4.51 4.46
10-year 4.54 4.53
30-vegr 462 471



FUTURES
Exch Contract Settle Chg
Lt Sweet Crude NYMX Mar 06 65.11 -.26
Corn CBOT Mar 06 2223/4 -21/2
Wheat CBOT Mar 06 355 -11/2
Soybeans CBOT Mar 06 587 -73/4
Cattle CME Apr06 89.87 +.02
Pork Bellies CME Mar 06 75.90 -.20
Sugar (world) NYBT Mar 06 18.80 -.50
Orange Juice NYBT Mar06 131.05 +4.75

SPOT
Yesterday Pvs Day
Gold (troy oz., spot) $570.20 $565:80
Silver (troy oz., spot) $9.778 $9.740
Copper (pound) $2.33b5 $2.2345
NMER = New York Mercantile Exchange. CBOT=Chicago
Board of Trade. CMER = Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
NCSE =New York Cotton, Sugar & Cocoa Exchange.
NCTN = New York Cotton Exchange.


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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2006 1.A


4-wk


4-wk
Name NAV Chg %Rtn
AARP Invst:
CapGrr 47.96 +.04 -1.4
Consrv 12.01 +.01 -02
GNMA 14.82 ... -0.4
GIbTheme 32.66+.18 +2.3
GrowAlo 13.89 +.02 -0.4'
Gthlnc 21.92 -.01 -2.4
Intl 53.35 +.05 +0.4
ShTrnBd 9.93 ... +0.2
SmCpCore2425+.18 +3.6
AIM Investments A:
Agrsvp 11.60 +.06 +22
BasVaLAp 35.20 +.05 0.0
ChartAp 13.65 ... -0.7
Constp 25.65 +.02 -0.5
HYdAp 4.39 ... +0.8
IntGrow 25.01 +.06 +1.6
MUBp 8.06 .. 0.0
PremEqty 10.66 6 -0.7
SelEqtyr 19.09 +.02 +0.1
WeingAp14.46 -.01 -0.6
AIM Investments B:
CapDvBt 1726 +.04 +3.7
PremEqty 9.81 -.01 -0,8
AIM Investor Cl:
Energy 45.31 +.51 +5.5
SmCoGI p 14.40,+.08 +5.5
SumnitPp 12.54+.05 +05
Uilities 1429 +.06 +0.6
Advance Capital I:
Balancpnl8.16 +.02 -0.6,
RetInen 9.79 -.01 -0.4
Alger Funds B:
SmCapGrt5.48 +.03 +4.6
AllianceBem A:
AmGvlncA7.74 +.01 +0.9
BalanAp 16.82 +.05 -0,8
GlbTdhAp 61.68-.03-3.5
SmCpGrA26.91 +.10 +4.8
AllianceBern Adv:
LgCpGrAd 21.96 +.02 -2.0
AlllanceBer B:
AmGvlancB 7.73 ... +0.7
CorpBdBp11.89-.01 -0.1
GlbTchBt55.46 -.02 -3.6
GrowthBt26.54 +.01 -22
SCpGrB 12256 +.08 +4.7
USGvBp6:.89 '... -0.3
AlllanceBerm C:
SCpGrC t262 +08 +4.7
Allianz Funds C:
GwthCt 19.12 -04 -1.3
TargtCt 17.94 +.15 +3.9
Amer Century Adv:
EqGrops23.84 +.02 -1.0.
Amer Century Inv:
Balanced n1629 +.01 -0.7
Eqlncn 7.93 +.02 -0.4
FLMuBnd n10.66 ... 0.0
Growthi l20.86 -.01 -1.6
Heritageln15.70 +11 +4.3
IncGron 30.84 +.05 -1.6
IntDiscrn 15.81 +.06 +1.9
IntlGrol a10.68 '... +0,4
LiUfeScin 5.39 -.03 -22
New 0pp r n6.49+.05 +42
OneChAg n11.85+.03 40.4
RealEstln27.17 +.11 +2.5
Selecl n 37.41 -.13 -3.8.
Ulrsri, 29.87 -,01 -3.1,
Ul. r. 13.65 +.03 -1.1.
Vatuelnvn 7.00 ... -1.0
American Funds A:
ArmcpAp 19.39 -.01 -1.0
AMutA p 26.64 +.04 -0.7
BalAp" 17.98 ... -1.3
BondAp 13.22 -.01 -02
CapWAp 18.62 -.02 -1.2
CaplBA p 54.19 ... +0.1
CapWGAp 37.88+.07 -0.5
EupacA p43.03 +.15 -0.4
FdlnvAp 37.33 +.17 +1.9
GCtrA 32.02 +.11 +02
hi TrAp 1223 ... +0.7
IncoAp 18:43 +.02 -0.1
IntBdAp.:13.40 ... -0.2
iCkApp 3', +.07 -0.5
EcoGA -4,:6, -06 -12
NPerAp 24- -(07 -0 6
NwWridA41.75 3.3 iC'0
SmCpAp37.83 +22 +2.5
T:E.9,p 1"44 ... 0.0-
rW.,i ,,i 13' +.06 -1.0
American Funds B: -
6aBi '1"9 .. -1.4
Cap&eB II 0.0"
GrwthBt 31.05 +.10'+0.1
IncoBt 18.34 +.02 -0.1
ICABt 31.95 +.07 -0.5
WasutB 131.14 +.05 -1.1
Arlel Mutual Fds:
Apprec 173 .12 -1.5
Adel s%'5. .N +2.8
Artisan Funds:
Int .. 26.57 +.03 -0.2
M;dCip 3224 .15 +1.2
M"a: ipV3i 19.i3 r2 +0.9
Baron Funds:
Akt-r 569,: -0.7



0D.,lMu 139' 0 O
TGMrowth 47.71 553 -+2 3.0

SmClV 24.60 -.1 44.6
BlackRock A:
AuroraA'.7;3 16 .1 "
HiYlnvAe .3 3 ,8
Ltegacy 1|F- -01 -:.3
Bramweil Funas:
Growftp 19.65 -.02:+02
Brandy-Aine Fds:
B T,',lwr,r,.--, .-5 +1.6
Brinson Funds Y:.
H.icl.j i 'r 'C ... +0.9,
CGM Funds:
C.rCr- ,. :i a +.49 +4.8
F.er. 6A T .19 .l0*.1U6
Mutlr. '3 7 +..3 .35
Calamos Funds:
,&Gih'.A;,32lr .3 1 .14

. GrowthCt55.16 +.11 -0.3
Calvert Group:
lncop 16.74 ... +0:1'
SIntlEqAp 22.00 +.02 +0.1
MBCAI 1027 ... +0.1
,Munlnt, 10.70 ... +0.1
SuoaiA p '6- 8 -.02 -1.0
.i,:p i '578 -.01 -0.3
SocEqAp 35.65 -.02 -1.5
TxFLt 10.58 ... +02
TxFLgp 16.55 ... +0.2
TxNFVT 15.65 +.01 +0.2
Causeway IntI:
tnstitltnrn17.29 -.04 -12
Clipper 8" 9 -.01 -22.
Conen & Steers:
RNtyShrs 77.01 +.35 +1.5
Columbia Class A:
Acorn t 2921 +.08 +2.9
Columbia Class Z:
AcomBZ' 29.85 +.07 +2.9
AcorlntZ 36.34 +.07 +3.3
Columbia Funds:
ReEsEqZ25.78 +.11 +0.7
DWS Scudder Cl A:;
DrHIRA 46.08 +.06 -1.3
DWS Scudder CIS:
CorPalsnc 12.68 ... -0.1
EmMknia 11.75 +.04 +1.7
EmMkGrr 24.04 +.32 +4.7
EuroEq 32.04 +.01 +2.0
GBbBdSr 9.46 -.01 -1.3
GIbOpp 41.569 -.03 +2.0
GIblThem 32.60 +.18 +2.3
Gold&Pra 22.98 +.47 +9.3
Hi~ldTx 12.85 ... +0.4
IntTxAMT11.19 ... +0.1
IntI FdS 53.37 +.05 +0.4
LgCoGro 25.73 +.02 -1.6
LatArmsrEq 53.63 +85 +8.3
MgdMuniS9.13 ... +0,3
MATFS 14.31 '... +02
PacOppsr 17.37 +.27 +1.9
ShtTmBdS 9.93 '... +0.1
Davis Funds A:
.NYVenA 33.96 +.05 -1.9
Davis Funds .B:
:NYVenB 32.55 +.04 -2.0
Davis Funds C &Y:
NYVenY 34.34 +.05 -1.9
NYVen C 32.76 +.04 -2.0
Delaware Invest A:
TrendAp 23.94 +:09 +3.8
TxUSAp 11.52 +.01 +0.2
Delawere Invest B:
DelchB 3.28 ... +0.9
SelGrBt 24.13 -.07 -2.5
Dimensional Fds:
lntSmVan18.99 +.03 +1.6
.USLgVan22.63 +:10 +1.0
US Micro n16.04 +.08 +4.9
USSmailn21.12 +.10 +4.5
US SmVa 28.72 +.16 +5.0
ilntlSmCon17.42 +.03 +0.9
"EmgMktn22.70 +29 +32
IntVan 19.08 ... +0.4
DFARIEn26.68 +.13 +2.0
Dodge&Cox:
Balanced 82.84 -.06 -0.2
i come 12.57 ... -0.1


:InsSIk 36.75 +.01 -0.2
'Stock 140.80 -.14 -0.5
Dreyfus:
Aprec 39.79 +.04 -2.5
Discp 34.30 +.04 -1.2
Dreyf 10.45 +.01 -1.3
Or500ln t 36.87 +.02 -1.5
EmgLd 44.53 +25 +3.0
FLIntr 13.04 ... -0.1
InsMutn 17.84 +.01 +0.1
StrValAr 29.36 +,07 +0.1
Dreyfus Founders:
GrowthB nlO.54 -.03 -2.4
GrwthFpn11.07 -.03 -2.3
Dreyfus Premier:
CoreEqAt 14.77 +.01 -2.7
CorVlvp 31.85 .+.07 -1.1
LtdHYdA p728 -.01 +0.5
TxMgGCt 15.71 +.01 -2.9
TchGroA 24.72 +.04 -2.1
Eaton Vance CI A:
ChinaAp 17.00 +.24 +5.6
GrwthA 8.32 +.07 +3.6
InBosA 6.38 ... +0.9
SpEqtA 12.42 +.06 +4.4
MunBdl 10.75 +.01 +0.6


ValueBp 6.87 +.01 +0.6
Firsthand Funds:
GIbTech 4.25 +.01 +3.4
Tech Val 35.77 +.35 +3.1
Frankrremp Fmk A:
AGEAp 2.10 ... +0.6
AdJUSp 8.91 ... +0.2
ALTFAp 11.45 ... +0.1
AZTFAp 11,02 ... 0.0
Ballnvp 64.80 +.27 +2.8
CallnsA p12.68 +.01 +0.2
CAIntAp 11.51 ... +0.1
CalTFA p 7.28 +.01 +0.2
CapGrA 11.27 ... -2.3
COTFAp 11.98 ... +0.1
CTrFAp 11.06 ... 0.0
CvtScAp 16.60 -.01 +0.1
DblTFA 11.90 ... +0.3
DynTchA 26.55 -.01 -2.9
EqlncAp 20.67 +.05 -1.5
Fedlntp 11.39 +.01 0.0
FedTFAp12.06 ... +0.1
FLTFAp 11.88 ... +0.1
FoundAlp 12.81 +.03 -0.2
GATFAp 12.07 ... 0.0
GoldPrM A 30.40+.58 +9.6


MTALF 3D


Ho T RA* TE UUA*FNITBm E


Here are the 1 000 biggest mutual funds listed on Nasdaq. Tables
show the fund name, sell pnce or Net Asset Value (NAV) and daily
net change, as well as one lotal return figure as follows-


Tues: 4-wk total return (%1
Wed: 12-mo lotal return l%)
Thu: 3-yr cumulatve total return ("'%l
Fri: 5-vr cumulat e total return (%)


TradGvA 7.28 -.01 00
Eaton Vance Cl B:
FLMBI 10.93 +.01 +0 3
HithSBt 11.95 -.01 -36
NatiMBt 11.38 +.01 +0F.
Eaton Vance Cl C:
GovtCp 7.28 ... 40 1
NaSMCt 11.38 +.01( +0
Evergreen A:
AstAilp 14.43 +.03 +1 I
Evergreen B:
DvrBdBt 14.55 ... 06
MuBdBSt 7.48 +.01 +01
Evergreen C:.
AstAl0Ct 14.03 +.03 +01
Evergreen I:
CrBdl 10.41 -.01 -.3
SIMunil 9.93 ... +0 1
Excelsior Funds:
Energy 27.23 +55 +55
HiYIeld p 4.51 ... -0 i
ValRestr 48.59 +.39 +- 7
FPA Funds:
Nwlnc 10.85 ... -(I
Federated A:
AmLdrA 23.77 +.09 '
MidGrStA36.92 +24 +3
MUSecA 10.65 ... +0 1
Federated B:
StlncB 8.65 ... +0
Federated Insti:
Kaufmn 5.86 +.01 +21
Fidelity Adv FooT:
HtCarT 23.54. -.20 -22
NatResT 46.64:+.75 +7.8
Fidelity Advisor A:
DivintlAr 22.34 ... +0.8
Fidelity Advisor I:
Divlkt n 22.63 ... +0.6
EqGrdn 51.61 -12 -1.8
Eqlnln 29.18 -+.08 -0.6
IntBdin 10.81 ... -0.2
Fidelity Advisor.T:
BalancT 16.41 +.05 +0.8
DMvntTp 22.13 ... +0.5
DivGrTp 12.17 -.03 -2.0
DynCATp 17.12 +.06 +0.9
EqGrTp 48.81 -.12 -1.8
EqlnT 28.81 +.08 -0.7
'GovlrnT 9.91 -.01 -0.3.
GrOppT 33.18 -.12 -4.8
HilnAdT010.04 +.05 +1.9
lntBdT 10.79 -.01 -0.3
MidCpTp 24.76 +.06 +2.0
MulncTp 12.92 ... +0.1
OvrseaT 20.78 -.04 -0.6
STFfr 9.38 ... +0.1
Fidelity Freedom:
FF2010n 14.27 ... -0.4
FF2020n 15.05 +.01 -0.5
* F2030n 15.43 +.02 -0.6
FF2040n 9.09 +.01 -0.5
Fidelity Invest:
AggrGrrn18.86 +.03 +1.8
AMgrn 16.20 -.02 -0.9
AMgrGrn 15.24 -.02 '-1.2
AMgqdnn 13.06 +.02 +0.7
Balancn 19.43 +.05 +0.9
BlueChGrn43.43-.12 -2.6
CAMunn 12.41 ... +02
Canadan46.65 +.41 +5.3
CapAp n 26.29 +.07 +0.3
Cplncrn 8.458 ... +0.8
ChinaRg n20.38 +.19 +1,5
CngSn 401.61-1.14 -3.0
I ni. r nr 13' ... 0.0
:.>',, n .8i +.16 -0.2
S..,ri'2.- +;14 +2.9
E. Atn 14.51 +.01 --2.0.
Destlln 1223 -.03 -1.1
DisEqn 28.31. +.03 -0.9
Divln n 34.43 -.01 +0.8
DivGthn 29.03 -.09 -2.0
ErmrMk n 20.54 +24 +5.2
Eq lnn 54.00 +.17 -0.8
EQII n 23.32 +.05 -0.1
ECapAp 23.75 +.06 +2.5
Europe 38.64 +.07 +1.5
Exchn '283.35 +26 -0.1
Exportn 22.07 +.04 -0.4
F,1l4,'- 32.47 -.05 -1.6
FiTy r,"L 23.55 -.01 -02
FLMur n 11.43 ... +0.1
FrlnOne n26.96 +.02 -07
GNMAn 10.82 ... -01_
Go.liy,.:r. r1uC' -u1 -02
GC.C,:. ', ,.67 W -2.0
: Graolnn 34.87 +.03'-2.1
Grolncll,n 10.37 -.01 -1.1
Highlnc r n 8.84 ,... +0,8
lndepn n 20.58 +.02 +0.9 .
InlBdn 1025 ... -02
IntGovan 9.99 -.01 .-0.2
IntlDiscn 33.57 ... +0.8
IntSCp rn2.29 +.13' 2.9
nvGB n 7.35 ... -.0.1
CJawr 1r8,5 07 -1 7
Jprr.n 71".)7 +16 I'
aA... r.o7, r.T'7,. 43 .
evCmIrn Q77619 31 .26
E.acPr, 4.3; i 18 .24
MEID Mun rl 83 0:0
VAt.Aurir,.IIA.' .01
MIMunn 11.82 -: I
rA;dC ...2.S 1B 4 r.1l:
Mtr MurnI1 40 +37 I
Mc.: n 11 O -0.2
Mur,.ir.n I;n +12 .041
rJi Mur r nl J 47 0.0
It Wo .1.-r r j1 i, +.1.9
tJA.M,Ir, : 3',. 3 +2.5.
Ill Mur..., 1;6 +0.1
OTCn 38.56 -.13 -3.0
.OhMun n 11.63 ... +0:1
OvTsean 43.32 +.10 +0.2
PcBasn 26.87 +.17 +0.1.
PAMun rnlb.78 .:. +0.1
Puritnn 19.03 +.04 -0.5
R0aEc.i 3: .3 s 11 +1.2
iltr.lfr.lu r0 1 ... 0,0
. STBFn 8.84 .. +0.1
SmCapInd n21.94+.03 +2.5
SmlICpS r n19.58+.06 +2.8
SEAsIan 22.79 +.29 +2:3
SSkSIlcn 25.30 -.02 -1.2
StratIncn 10.46 ... +0.1
Trend n 58.39 -.03 -1.1
USBI n 10.86 ... -02
Utilityn 15.44 +.04 +2.4
ValStratn32.40 +.13 +12.
' Valuen 79.14 +.33 +1.1
Wrfdwn 20.17 ... -0.7
Fidelity Selects .
Arn 4226 +.30 +2.6
Auton n 33.84 +.02 -32
Banking n35.56 +.03, -2.6
Botchn. 64.76 -.25-0.1
Broken 7425. +.48 +3.1
Chem n 68.54 +.62 -0.3
Compn 36.97 -.09 -2.6
Conlndrn 25.31 -.03 -1.4
Cstlon 48.93 -.02 -02
DfAern 76.69 +.64 +2.6
DvCm n 21.59 +.01 +0.2
Electrn 47.38 +.37 +0.8
Enrgyn 53.77 +.93 +7.9
EngSvn 77.44+1.97 +0.7
Envirn 16.92 +.08. +.1
FinSvn 117.27 +.35 -1.1
Foodn 51.33 -.05 -0.5
Goldrn 38.10 +.37 +6.8
Health n 136.63 -121 -22
HomFn 51.03 -.14 -2.4
IndMtn 47.35 +86 +5.3
Insurn 67.43 -.01 -3.9
Leisr n 78.74 -.04-3.0
'MedDIn 54.13 -.44 -2.4
MdEqSys n24.42-.17 -2.6.
Multmd n 47.64 -.04 -5.0
NtGasn. 43.97 +.74 +7.3
Paper n 30.41 +.25 -0.9
"Phansn 10.28 -.07 -0.1
Retail n 49.94 -08 +02
Softwrn 54.04 -.19 -3.7
Techn 65.11 -.06 -3.0
Telcmns 40.48 -.09 +0.7
Transn' 49:08 +.36 +4.6
UtlGrn 44.92 +.12 +1.6
Wireless n 7.14 .+.01 -0.3
Fidelity Spartan:
Eqldxlrnvn44.82 +.04 -1.5
5001nSlnv r n87.30+.07 -1.5
GovInn 10.86 ... -0.1
!nvGrBdn10.37 -.01 -0.2
Fidelity Spart Adv:

FiratrEeale:
GIbIA [ 43.74 +08 +1.0
OversuesA 24.21+.05 +1.6
First Investors A
BICtpAp2t.19 ... -1.7
GloblAp 7.41 +.02 -0.3
GovtAp 10.83 ... -0.3
GrolnAp 14.46 +.02 +0.1
IncoAp 3.00 ... -0.1
MATFAp 11.83 ... -0.1
MITFAp 12.32 ... +0.1
MIdCpAp 29.24 +.09 +2.0
NJTFAp 12.91 ... +0.1
NYTFAp 14.36 ... +0.1
PATFAp 12.91 ... +0.1
SpSitA p 21.61 +.07 +3,4
TxExA p 9.97 .... 0.0
TetRtAp 14.42 +.01 +0,1


GrwthAp 36.53 -.14 -2.8
HYTFAp 10.76 .. +0.2
IncomAp 2.44 +.01 +0.5
InsTFAp 12.28 ... +0.1
NYlTFp 10.90 ... 0.0
LATFAp 11.48 ... +0.1
LMGvScA 9.88 -.01 -02.
MDTFAp11.72 .. +0.1
'MATFA p 11.87 0.0
MITFAp 12.23 ... +0.1
MNInsA 12.08 ... 0.0
MOTFAp 12.24 ... +0.1
NJTFAp 12,10 ... +0.1
NYInsAp 11.57 +.01 +0.1
NYTFAp 11.81 +.01 +0.2
NCTFAp 12.26 ... +0.1
Ohlol A p 12.53 ... +0.1
ORTFAp 11.83 ... +0.1
PATFAp 10.39 ... +0.1
ReEScA.p26.81 +.01 +0.6
RisDvAp 33.10 +.10 -0.8
SMCpGrA 39.55 +.09 +1.9
USGovA p 6.48 ... -0.2
ur.iLAp 11.98 +.05 -0.4
vATFAp 11.80 ... +0.1'
Frank/Temp Frnk B:
lncormBI p2.44 .. +0.4
IncomeB t 2.43 ... +0.4
Frank/Temp Frnk C:
IncomC't 2.45 ... +0.4
Frank/Temp Mtl A&B:
DIscA 27.06 +.17 +1.5
QualfdAt 20.26 +.11 +0.5
SharesA 24.37 +.04 + j3
Frank/Temp Temp A:
C.r.Mtkni :46 :'- +3.0
ForgnAp 13.13 -.01 -0,7
GIBdAp 10.60 ... +0.7
GrwthA p 23.47 -.03 -1.5
IntxEM p 16.67 -.06 -0.3
SWortdAp 18.33 ... -0.8
Frank/Temp Tmp Adv:
GrthAv 23.49 -.02 -1.4
Frank/Tem6 rTmp B&C:
DevMktC 25.00 +.27 +2.9
Forgn p 12.96 -.01 -0.7
GEEfunS&S:
S&S PM 43.94 +.02 -9 7
GMO Trust III:
"EmMkr 22.50 .42 +3.0
For 16.59 0C? +02
iniGrEQ 29.98 .10 NE
ilrIr.wtVI 32.14 +.02 -0
USCoreEq 14.25-.04 -1.7
GMO Trust IV:
Er.I, .5 +.41 +3.0
Ir.rllrlr' i I] +.02 -0.2
Gabelli Funds:
A..,o ;.4 +.07 +0.8
Gartmore Fds D:
B.:.'d '' 7 .. 0.0
,.6,D 1I0 iC -.01 1)3
GrowthD 7.21 -.01 -1.8
NafionwD'19.19 +.05 -0.8
TxFrr 10.52 -.01 +0.1
Gateway Funds:
Gateway 25.30 ... +0.2
Goldman Sachs A:
GrincA 26.27 +.09 -0.7
MdCVAp36.17 +.19 +0.6
SmCapA 43.81 +.24 +4.1:
Guardian Funds:
C lorC.,A 1t50-C?-' I
P,rAA 31-. -C-9
Harbor Funds-
6ond 11.. -ul -04
CapAplr.-. 33 0T +.02 -2.6
i,, ,i ,,C' +,19 0
Hartford Fds A:
A.Ir- Ap 1601 -101 -1.3
p'I:.A ,.i 'I .I8" .)I
I C 'ih tr'Ab141 ) -u '
Hartford HLS IA:
Bond 11.28 ... -0.2
CapApp 55.4 +.21 +0.3
Div&Gr 21.27 +.10 -0.1
Advisers 22.75 -.01 -1.2
Stock 49.99 -.06 -1.6
Hartford HLS IB:
CapApp p 54.97 +.20 +0.2
Hennessy Funds:
CorGrow 21.48 +.2 +6.7
CorGroIl 31.85 +.23 +3.9
HollBaiFd n15.50 -.01 -1.7
Hotchkls & Wriey:
LgCpVIAp 23.91 +.05 -1 3
MidCpVal 28.94 -.02 0.0
ISI Funds:
NoArm p 7,45 ... -0.1
JPMorgan A Class: "
MCpValtp 23.88 +.08 +0.3"
JPMorgan Select: .,
IntEqn 34.06 -.13 0.0
JPMorgan Set Cis: -
CoreBdn 10.57 -.01 -0.4
IntrdAmnern24.95+.04 -0.5
Janus :
Balanced 22.91 +.02 -0.4
Contrarian 15.87 +.10 +1.3
CoreEq 24.96 +.10 +1.7
Enterpr 43.93 +.08 +1.7
FedTEn 6.98 ......0
Fi.Br, j,,94 '4 -0.3
Fun.d1 X. 1 )1 -1.1
GI LifeSci r n20.63-.12 +0.5
.Grechr 12.64 +.04 -0.4
Grinc 37:95 +.23 +12
Mercury 23.37 +.01 -1.6
MdCpVal 22.94 +.07 +0.5
Olympus 33.52 -.02 -1.1
Orion 8.79 +.01 +1.5
Overseas r 35.77 +.34 +5.8
ShTmBd 2.87 ... +02
Twenty 50.00 +.09 -1.7
Ventur 61.85 +.34 +4.8
WddW r 44.02 +.01 -2.1
JennlsonDryden A:
BlendA 18.73 +.11 -0.4
HIYndAp 5.68 -.01 +0.3
InsuredA 10.78 .. +0.1
UItityA 14.97 +.10 +2.3
JennlsonDryden B:
GrowthB 15.08 +.01--2.8
HIYIdBt 5.67 -.01 +0.2
InsuredB 10.80 ... 0.0
John Hancock A:
BondAp 614.90 ... -0.2
ClassicVlp 25.03 +.06 -0.8
StrlnAp 6.86 +.01 -0.1
John Hancock B:
StrlncB 6.86 +.01 -0.1
Julius Baer Funds:
IntEql r 39.06 +.20 +2.2
InUtEqA 38.34 +.19 +2.1
Legg Mason: Fd
OpporTrt 17.39 +.04 +1.0
Splnvp 46.00 -.02 +05
VadTrp 66.94 -.31 -i.
Legg Mason Insll: .
VaTrdnst 73.77 -.35 -5.8
Longlesf Partners:
Partners 32.01 +.08 +0.9
Int 17.86. +.04 0.0
SmCap 27.94 +.04 +1.3
Loomis Sayles:
LSBondl .13.85 +.01 +1.1
Lord Abbett A:
AffiAp 14.44 -.01 -0.2
BdDebAp 7.86 ... +0.3
GlincAp 6.78 -.01 -1.7
MIdCpAp22.03 +.04 -1.6
MFS Funds A:
MITA 18.77 +.02 -1.6
MIGA 12.99 -.02 -2.5
GrOpA 9.00 -.02. -2.9
HilnA 3.82 .,. +0.6
MFLA 10.11 ... +0.1
TotRA 15.48 +.01 -1.2
ValueA 23.64 +.07 -0.8
MFS Funds B:
MIGB 11.86 -.02 -2.5
GvScB 9.46 ... -0.4
HilnO 3.83 .-.01 +0.2
MulnB 6.59 ... +0.1
TotRB 15.48 +.02 -1.3
MainStay Funds B:
CapApB t29.37 -.04 -1.6
ConvBt 14.27 +.05 +1.2
GovtBt 8.19 ... -0.3
HYIdBBIt 6.24 ... +0.1
IntlEqB 13.33 -.03 -1.3
NSmCGBp 15.83 +.05 +3.3
TotRtBt 19.09 +.02 -0.9
Mealrs & Power:
Growth 72.22 +.20 -1.7
Managers Funds:
SpclEqn 91.68 +.20 +2.2
Marelco Funds:
Focusap 18.48 -.09 -0.8
Merrill Lynch A:
GIJA p 17.54 +.06 +0.7
HeatlhAp 6.87 -.04 -1.7
NJMunBd 10.65 ... +0.2
Merrill Lynch B:
BalCapB 125.26 +.07'-0.7
BaVIBt 31.14 +.08 -0.9
BdHilnc 5.10 +.01 +1.5


CalnsMB 11.57 ... +0.2
CrBPtBt 11.53 ... -02
CprrlTBt 11.70 ... -0.1
EquityDiv 16.50 +.09 +1.5
'EuroBt 16.67 +.01 +0.1
FocValt 13.02 +.08 -0.3
FndlGBt 17.61 +.06 -1.1
FLMBIt 10.38 +0.1
GIAIBt 17.19 +.06 +0.6
HealthBt 5.07 -.03 -1.7
LatABt 41.37 t.64 +8.6
MnlnBt 7.84 ... 0.
ShTUSGt 908 ... +0.1
MuShtT 9.93 ... +0.1
MulntBt 10.22 ... +0.1
MNtlBt 10.50 ... +0.1
r.rrlTi 1065 +.01 +0.3
J.r.l06l Ir'1) +.01 +0.2
NatRsTB t 53.82 +.93 +6.2
PacBt 23:94 +.21 +0.6
PAMBt 11.26 ....+0.2
vu',ai i, lp ;l ,'. +3.3
U1.6:.. Cr03 -0.3
UlT1art 12.38 +.07 +0.7
, WidlnBt 6.17 +.01 -1.0
Merrill Lynch C
G rn I iL 'n .. t. +0.6
Merrill Lynch I:
BalCapt 26.04 +.07 -0.7'
BaVII 31.86 +.10 -0.8
BdHInc 5.09, .. +1.4
CalnsMB 11.56 ... +0.1
CrBPUIt 11.53 ... -02
C iTI 11.70 ... -0.1
[L'. g1,p 25.21 40) .'
EquityDv 16.46 1I .1 i
Eurolt 19.44 +.01 +0.1
FocVall 14.38 +.09 -02
FLMI 10.38 ... +0.2
GIAht 1759' +.06 +0.7
HIIar.l 7.49 -.04 -1.7
LUA .43.32 +.68 +8.7
Mninl 7.85 ... +0.1
MnShtT 9.93 ... +0.1
MulTI 10.22 ... +0.1
MNaI 10.50 ... +0.2
NatRsTrt 57.27 +.99 +62.2
Pacl .26.07. +.23 +0.7
ValueOpp 27.52 +.06 +3.3
USGovt 10.03 ... -0.2
uiri.:'" i 1241 +.07 +0.7
i.i,:l l .I7 '+.01 -0.9
SMd3as Funds:
M,.li az,1 i-ji -+.06 +8.6
Monetta Funds:
Monettan12.61 +.06 +1.1
Morgan Stanley A:
DivGthA 33.44 ... -1.8
Morgan Stanley B:
GIbDivB 14.80 -.04 -2.3
GrwthB 14.07 ... -2.6
StratB 19.28 +.01 -0.6
MorganStanley Inst:
GnVaiEqAn18.11-.05 -2.2
IntlEqn 20,93 -.11 -21
Muhlenk 86.28 +.22 -- I
Under Funds A:
IntemtA 20.81 -.05 -5.6
Mutual Series:
BeacnZ" 15.91 +.06 +0.6
DiscZ 27.32 +.18 +1.6
QualfdZ 20.36 +.10 +0.5
Shai,,-iZ 2 +0.4
tNeuberger&Berm Ir.w.
Fcu- 33'" 13 +1.3
i,.rir _2 -01 +3.0
Partner 29.58 +.13 +1.5
Neuberger&BermTr:
,r.I. 51 !i 26 +2.5
Nicholas Applegale:
:'.'i.,; G.-l .-, i -" ..08 + 5
Nicholas Group:
Hilncin 2.13 ... -:5'
Nichn 59.33 +.15 -0.4
Northernm Funds:!
SmCpldxnl.38 +.06 +4.1
Technyan1.91 -.01-3.0
Nuveen Cl R: ;
InMunR 10.82 +.01 +0.2
Oak Assoc Fds:
WhitOkSG n32.15+.13 -5.0
Oakmark Funds I:
Eqtylncrn25.04 +.01 -1.3
Global n 24.10 -.04 -1.0
Intlirn 23.76 +.02 +1.0
Oaknarkrn41.01-.05 -2.0
Selet rn 33.53 +.09 -0.1
Old Mutual Adv II:
Tc&ComZnl2.88+.07 -2.0
Oppenheimer A:
AMTFMu 10.11 ... +0.3
AMTFrNY 13.00 +.03 +1.7
CAMuA p 1143 .'+104
C;.ag.A p:4) ,6 '3 -1 :
C lrcApli 85 -0-1 -1 8
ChlncAp 9.39 ... +0.6
DvMktAAp39.43 +.39 +2.5
Discp 47.81 +.34 +3.0
EquyA .10.79 ... -0.6
GlobAp 69.50 +.17 -0.5
GIbOppA 39.81 +.07 +2.7
Gold p 27.96 +.68+105
HiYdAp '9.39 ...-r)1.
Irr.Ap 5.91 +.01 -On
U.JIrTMU I .. +0.3
MnStFdA 37.91 +.03 -1.1
MIdCapA 19.08 +.08 +1.9
PAMiuniA p12.73+.01 +0.5
StrInAp 4.23 ... +0.4
USGvp 9.49 -.01 -0.1
Oppenheimer B: .
AMTFMu 10.07 ... +0.3
AMTFrNY 13.00 +.03 +1.6.
CplncBt 11.72 -.01 -1.9
'ChlncBt 9.38 ... +0.5
EquityB 10.35 +.01 -0.7
HIYIdBt 9.24 -.91 +0.4
StrlncBt 4.24 ... +0.4
Oppenhelm Quest:
QBalA 17.75 -.04 -3.1
Oppenheimer Roch:
RoMuAp18.32 +.01 +0.7
PIMCO Admln PIMS:
TotRtAd 10.46 -.01 -0.4
PIMCO Instl PIMS:
AIIAssei 12.85 +.01 +0.3
ComodRR 14.86 -.14 +0.5
HiYld 9.79 -.01 +0.5
LowDu 9.96 -.01 -0.1
RealRtnl 11.10 +.01 +0.4
TctRt 10.46 -.01 -0.4
PIMCO Funds A:
RealRtAp 11.10 +.01 +0.3
TotRtA '10.46 -.01 -0.41
PIMCO Funds D:
TRtnp 10.48 -.01 -0.4
PhoenixFunds A:
BalanA 14.74 -.01 -0.3
CapGrA 15.33 -.06 -3.7
Int[A 11.95- +.01 -0.3
Pioneer Funds A:
BalanAp 10.01 -.01 -1.1
BondAp 9.13 -.01 -0.4
EqlncAp 29.33 +.07 -0.9
EurSeiEqA 34.01 +.03 -0.2
GnwIAp 12.46 -.03 -3.8
IntliVailA 21.24 +.06 -0.4
MdCpGrA 15.52 +.06 +0.6
MdCVAp 23.78 +.08 -0.6
PlonFdAp 44.97 +.01 -0.9
TxFreAp 11.61 ... +0.1
ValueAp 17.85 +.09 -1.1
PIoneer Funds B: .
HmYdBt 10.98 +.02 +0.8
MdCpVB 20.78 +.06 -0.7
Pioneer Funds C:
HiYIdCt 11.08 +.02 +0.8
Price Funls:
Balance ns0.05 +.01 -0.8
BIChlpn 33.18 -.02 -1.7
CABond 0O.99 ... +0.2
CapAppn20.51 +.05 -0.2
DivGron 23.07 +.03 -1.5
Eqlnsn 26.37 +.06 -1.0
Eqlndex n34.04 +.03 -1.5
Europe n 18.29 -.02 +1.6
FUntm n 10.76 -.01 -0.1
GNMAn 9.46 ... -0.2
Growth n 28,98 -.05 -1.1
Gr&lnn 20.89 +.04 -1.6
HithScin 26.07 -.16 +0.4
HiYieldn 6.93 ... +0.3,
ForEqn 18.26 +.03 -0.2
IntlBond n 9.32 -.03 -2.5
IntDisn 44.37 +.11 +1.7
IntlStkn 15.49 +.02 -0.1
Japan n .12.01 +.07 -2.8
LatAmn -29.79 +.38 +9.2
MDShrtn 5.13 ... +0.2
MDBond n10.66 ... +0.1
MidCapri 55.87 +.17 0.0
MCapValn24.20 +.09 +1.1
N Amer n 32.42 -.02 -1.0
NAsian 12.62 +.15 +2.0
New Era n45.71 +.65 +5.7
NHorizn 33.73 +.08 +2.3
Nincn 8.93 ... -0.2
NYBondn11.32 +.01 +0.2


PSIncn 15.28 +.01 -0.3
RealEst n 20.71 +.08 +1.8
SaTecn 19.96 +.03 -3.5
ShtBd n 4.67 ... -0.1
SmCpStk n34.89 +21 +32
SmCapVal n40.04+.32 +4.8
SpecGrn 18.84 +.03 -0.2
Specinn 11.82 ... -0.4
TFIncn 9.99 +.01 +0.2
TxFrHn 11.94 ... +0.5
TFIntnn. 11.10 ... 0.0
TxFrSI n 5.33 .. -0.1
IJSTInt n I ... -0.7
USTL g. I 178 +.01' -0.5
VABond nl.63 ... +0.1
Value n 23.86 +.04 -0.6
Putnam Funds A:
AmGvA p 8.89 ...,-0.3
AZTE 9.20 ... 0.0
CiscEqAp 13.37 +.01 -2.2
Conv p 18.05 +.03 +1.0
DiscGr 19.31 +.07 +1.2
DvrinAp 9.92 ... -0.1
EuEq 23.89 +.03 -0.5
FLTxA 9.15 ... +0.2
GeoApp 18.07 +.03 -1.2
GIGvAp 12.07 +.01 -1.4
GIbEqtyp 9.50 +.04 -0.4
GrInAp 19.88 +.05 -2.0
HIthAp 62.08 -.43'-32
HiYdA p 7.98 +0.4
*HYAdAp 6.01 .. +0.4
IncmAp 6.75 +.01 -0.1
i,,.u' p 27.41 +.05 -0.8
irill.i.p 14.09 +.03 -0.6
InvA p 13.74 ... -2.1
MITxp 8.99 .... +0.1
MNTxp 8.99 ... +0.1
NJTxA p 9.20 ... 0.0
NwOpAp47.04 -.06 -0.7
OTC A p 8.50 +.05 +3.8
PATE 9.10 .. +0.2
TxExAp 8.77 ... +0.1
TFInA p 14.87 ... 0.0
TFHA 12.94 W..,
USGvAp 13.13 +.01 -0.2
UtilAp "- 5 +.03 -1.9
VstaAp 31 t",n .",
VoyAp .6 -,.4 -.14
Putnam Funds B:
CvAi -44- .-:4 -1.:1
C.:'-:E,'6lI 1: ., *02 -2.2
D.,or 177 ,6 +1.1
DvdndSt 9.84 ... 0:0.
EqInct Il84 0 -1.4.
EuEq -'31 ('2 -0.6
FLTxBt 9.15 ... +0.1
GeoBt 17.88 +.03 -1.2
1.",, I 01 3 .01 -14

6 6rb 6r 5%? -0 I
Hiir.Bt 392 14 -l-
H,Mil.3rB 7"4 r.61
HA.30 5.93 ... '+0.3
irnc, i 6.70 ... -0.3
1,,. I 13.88 +.03 -0.6
IntlNopt 13.45 +.08 +0.9
InvBt 12.63 ... -2.2
NJTxBt 9.19 ,.. -0.1
NwOpBt 42.15 -.05 -0.8
NwValp 17.80 .+.06 -2.1
NYTxB t 8.63 ... 0.0
OTCBt "49.+.04+3.7
TxExBt t7 ... -0.1
TFHYBt 12.96 ... +02
TFInBt 14.89 ... 0.0
USGvBt 13.05 ... -0.3
UfIBt 10.99 +.04 -1.9
rVitaBt 9.84 +.01 +2.1
VoyBt 15.18 -.03 -3.5
RuaerSource/AXP A:
D,:.c. :i21 'n +3.8
DEI 0'25- *0 +1.5
DivrBd 4.79 ... -0.3
DvOppA 7.65 +.02 -0.4
GIblEq 7.03 +.02 +1.4
Growth 28.98.-.12 -2.5
HiYdTEA 4.38 .. +0.1
Insr 5.34 ... -0.1
Mass 5.31 ... -0.1
Mich 5.23 ... -0.1
MInn 5.26 ;.. +0.1
NwD 19.92 -.01 -1.9
NY 5.04 .,. 40.1
Ohioh 5.25 ... +0.1
HdC... 0.73 .. -0.0
RiverSourcelAXP B:
EqValp 11.89 +.07 +1.6
Royce Funds:
LPirFl. r l430 +.10 +4.8
M.-'..7pi 17'6' +.10 +6.8
Premlerlr 17.85 +.15 +2.8
T5c.O .r 13 283 ..06 +2.8
Russell Funds S:
'.,E.-I '.A9 ..04 -0.7
QuantEqS 38.94 +.08 -1.0
Rydex Advisor:
OTCn 10.64 -.045 -45
SEI Portfolios:
CoreFxAn10.31 ... -0.1
IntlEqAn 13.00 +.02 -0.1
-,LCG,'Arr.",0u; -C'2 ,-1.6 '
LgL'JvuAr.i "-. ,07 -0.3
STI Classic;
CpAppAp 11.80 ... -1.2
CpAppCph .10 ... -1.2
LCpVIEqA 13.30 +,06 +0.3
QuGrStkCt23.76-.01 -2.0
TxSnGrop 25.42 ... -1.9
Salomon Brothers:
BalancB p 13.09 +.01 +02
Opport 52.28 +.02 -0.6
Schwab Funds:
S10001diVr 3.86 +.05 -12
S&PInv 19.48 +.02 -1.5
S&PoSe 19.54 +.02 -1.5
SmCplnv 24.58 +.10 +3.4
YIdPlidI 9.66 -.01 +0.4
Scudder Funds A:
FlgComA p 20.13+.03 +1.4
Scudder Funds S:
GrolncS 21.89 -.01 -2.4
Selected Funds:
AmShSmp 40.47 +.06 -2.0
Sellgman Group:
FrontrAt 13.55 +.04 +5.0
FrontrDt 11.83 +.03 +4.9
GIbSmA 18.05 +.14 +3.4
GIbTchA 14.71 ..+0.8
HYdBAp 3.33 ... +0.6
Sentinel Group:
ComS A p 30.59 +.09 -0.9
Sequoia n53.59 -.25 -2.3
Sit Funds:
LrgCpGr 38.01 +.10 -0.9
Smith Barney A:
AgGrAp112.55 +.57 +1.1
ApprAp 14.51 .... -1.9
FdVatAp 15.00 +.02 -0.9
HilncAt 6.79 -.01 +0.5
InAlCGA p 13.15 -.04 -1.4'
LgCpGAp 22.40 -.05 -5.8
Smith Barney B&P:
FValBt 14.05 +.02 -0.9
LgCpGBt21.04 -.05 -5.9
SBCplnot 17.36 +.02 +0,4
Smith Barney 1:
DyvStr1 16.51 ... -1.3
Grlnc 116.07 +.04 -1.3
St FarmAssoc:
Gwth 50.65 +.08 -0.7
Stratton Funds:
Dividend 36.24 +.22 +2.1
Growth 48.33 +.33 +12
SmCap 47.32 +.29 +5.2
SunAmerica Funds:
USGvBt 9.32 -.01 -0.3
SunAmerica Focus:
FLgCpAp18.76 -.13 -3.9
TCW Galileo Fda:
SelEqty 19.70 -.03 -7.5
TIAA-CREF Funds:
BdPlus 10.09 ... -0.2
Eqlndex 9.16 +.02 -0.9
Groainc 13.21 +.01 -0.7
GroEq 9.73 -.01 -2.2
HildBd 9.12 ... +0.5
IntlEq 12.86 +.03 +1.4
MgdAlc 11.63 +.01 -0.2
ShtTr~d 10.31 ... 0.0
SocChEq 9.89 +.01 -0.9
TxExBd 10.71 ... -0.1
Tamarack Funds:.
EntSmCp 30.23 +.10 +4.9
Value 39.07 +.10 -1.6
Templeton Inetlt:
ErmMSp 20,61 +.24 +2.9
ForEqS 23.29 +.01 -0.2
Third Avenue Fds:
Intir 22.13 +.04 +1.6
RIEstVI r 30.65 +.04 +1.9
Value 56.82 +.24 +1.2
Thomburg Fds:
IntVulAp 24.81 +.04 +1.5
Thrlvent Fds A:
HiYId 5.07 ... +0.2
Income 8.58 -.01 -0.2


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LgCpStk 26.65 -.01- -1.7
TA IDEX A:
JanGrow p26.01-.10 -3.4
GCGlobp 26.55 ... -1.2
TrCHYBp 9.14 +.01 +0.5
TAFtnp 9.42 ... .+0.1
Turner Funds:
SmlCpGr n27.98 +.09 +4.8
Tweedy Browne:
GlobVal 27.40 +.05 +1.6
US Global Investors:
AIIAmn 28.15 +18 +2.5
GibRs .. NA
GIdShr 13.35 +30+12.9
USChina 8.60 +15 +6.7
WIdPrcMn 25.34 +.37+14.4
USAA Group:
AgvGt 31.72 -.11 -1.1
CABd 11.14 +.01 +0.3
CmstStr 26.42 +.01 '-0.2
GNMA 9.56 -01 -0.3
GrTxStr 14.45 +.01 -0.7
Grwth 15.48 -.03 -1.4
"r.in,. 18.94 +.04 -02
,',i 15.61 +.04 -' )
Inco 12.15 -.01 -0.2
Int1 24.57 -.05 +0.1
NYBd 11.98 ... +0.2
PrecMM 24.79 +.54 +8.3
SciTech '11.05 -.01 -1.2
ShfTBnd 8.82 .. +0.1
SE,T, C i.' 14 i.;, 07 +1.8
T.Ell I i E. +0.1
TxELT 14.04 ... +0.1
TxESh 10.62 ... +02
.VABd 11.60 "... +0.1
WIdGr 18.38 -.04 -1.2
Value Line Fd:
LevGtn 23.74 +.18 +2.2
Van Kamp Funds A:,
CATFAp 18.53 ... +0.1
CrT.:iA 17.85 -.01 -2.0
'..PAp 6.60 ... -0.1
EGAp 43.45 +.12 ,:)
EqlncAp 8.75 ... -1.5
Exch 378.75+2.08 -O
GrlnAp 20.69 -.01 -2.3
Hart.Ap 15i0 +.03 +1.5
HI,diA :ii ... +0.6
HrIMuAp 10 91 ... +0,3
inTFAp 18.51 +.01 +0.4
MunlAp 14.67 +.01 +0.3
PATFAp 17.33 +.01 +0.2
Stunlnc 13.7 .. +0.4
US MtgeA 13.59 ... -0.1
UtilAp 19.30 +.10 -0.2
Van'Kamp Funds B:
EGBt 37.00 +.10 -0.1
EnterpBt 12.28 -.01 -1.1
EqlncBt 8.61 ... -1.5
HYMuBt 10.91 ... .4
MulB "14.63 .+.01 +0.2
PATFBt 17.28 +.01 +0.2
StrMunlno 13.26 ... +0.4
USMtge 13.53 .. -0.3
UtIB 19.25 +.11 -0.2
Vanguard Admiral: ,
CpOpAdln80.02+.01 +0.3
ExplAdml n74.81 +.27 +3.0
500Adml n116.64+.09 -1.5
GNMAAdn10.28 .. -0.3
HthCrn 59.75 -.26 -1.5
HiYldCpn 6.19 ... +0.6
HIYIdAdm nlO.79 ... +0.2
ITBdAdmlnlO.28 ... -0.5
ITAdmin 13.31 ... +0.1
LI1Tr4, r, IC' ;70 +0,1
MCpA,,TI',3l66. i45' 1.1
PrmCap'r n70.36+.21.-0.3
STsyAdmiln10.29-.01 -0.1
ShtTrAd n1554 ... +0.2
STlGrAd n10.50 .. +0.1
TtlBAdmln .01 ... -0.2
TStkAdm n30.71 +.04 -0.8
WellslAdm n5.32+.07 -0.6
WelltnAdt n53.39+,15 -0.1
Windsor n59.03 +.13 -1.6
WdsrllAd n56.21 +.06 -1.7
Vanguard Fds:
AssetAn 25.70 +.03 -1.5
CALTn 11.70 ... +0.2
CI pT.inl 61.1 +.01 +0.3
Convrtn 14.01 ... +1.9
DivdGron12.62 +.01 -1.4
Energy n 63.62+1.03 +7.0
Eqlncn 23.18 +.04 -0.9
Explrn 80.35 +29 +3.0
FLLTn 11.62 ...+0.1
M01Md 10.28 .. -0.3
GIobEqn 20.43 +.1,1 +0.7
Grolncn 3225 +.06 -1.8
GrthEqn a10.91 +.05 0.0
HI ',:, i. 9 .. .. +0.6
HIIr,Cr+r,141 !,4 -.62 -1.5
InlaPron 12.19 +.01 +0.3
IntlExplrn 19.29 +.11 +1.8
IntlGrn 22.17 +.06 +0.1
ir,5il, n 370 +.25 +0.8
ItlGrma n9 7 ... -0.3
ITTsryn 10.84 -.01 -A0.4.
UeCon n 15.67 +.01 -0.6
LlfeGro n 21.50 +.04 -0.7
Ufelncn 13.57 +.01 -0.5
LUfeMod n 18.79 +.02 -0.7
LTIGraden9.43 +.01 -0.2
LTTsryn 11.45 +.01 -0.3
MorgP n 18.25 +.04 -0.8
MuHYn 10.79 .:. +0.2
MulnsLgn12.62 ... +0.1
Mulntn 13.31 ... 0.0
MuLtdn 10.70 ... +0.1
MuLongn115.26 +.01 +0.1
MuShrtn 15.54 ... +0,2
NJLTn 11.82 ... +0.1
NYLTn 11.27 +.0'1 +0.1
OHLTTEn1.98 ... +0.2
PALTn 11.35 ... +0.1
PrecMts r n27.08+.45 +8.6
Prmcp rn 67.79 +.20 -0.3
SelValurn19.01 +.08 -1.5
STARn a20.00 +.04 -0.4
STIGrade ln10.50 .. +0.1
STFedn 10,23 -.01 -0.1
StratEqn 23.13 +.11 +1.8
USGron 18.23 +.01,-2.2
USValuen13.73 -.02 -0.9
Wellslyn 21.18 +.03 -0.6
Waelltnn 30.91 +.09 -0.1
Wndsrn 17.49 +.04 -1.6
Wndsll n 31.66 +.03 -1.7
VanguardIdx Fdas:
500n 116.63 +.10 -1.5
Balanced n20.10 +.02 -0.5
EMktn .21.07 +.37 +3.9
Europe n 29.20 +.01 -0.2
Extend n 36.22 +.16 +2.0
Growth n 27.82 -.03 -2.1
ITBndn 10.28 ... -0.5
LgCaplx n22.75 +.02 -1.4
MIdCapn 18.44 +.10 +1.1
Pacific n 11.75 +.04 -1.0
REITrn 21.10 +.10 +1.9
SmCapn 30.56.+.15 +3.4
SmlCpVIln15.47 +.08 +2.9
STBnd n 9.88 -.01 -0.2
TetBndn 10.01 ... -02
TotllntI n 15.07 +.06 +0.2
TotStkn 30Q71 +.05 -0.8
Value n 22.79 +.07 -0.7
Vanguard Instl Fds:
Inatldxn 115.72 +.10 -1.5
InsPIn 115.72 +.09 -1.5
TotlBdldxn50.54 -.01 -0,2
InsTStPlus n27.65+.04 -0.8
MidCplstn18,49 +.10 +1.1
TBIstn 10.01 ... -0.2
TSInst n 30.72 +.05 -0.7
Vantagepoint Fdsa
Growth 8.79 ... -2.2
Victory Funds:
DvsStA 17.36 ...-1,3
Waddell & Reed Adv:
CorelnvA 6.48 +.04 +2.0
Wasatch:
SmCpGr 38.62 +.03 +2.7
Weltz Funda:
Value 35.53 -.09 -2.1
Wells Fargo Adv:
CmStkZ 22.87 +.08 +2.1
Opptylnv 46.82 +.34 +0.9
Western Asset:
CorePlus 10.39 -.01 -0.1
Core 11.23 ... 0.0
William Blair N:
GrOwthN 11.49 -.01 -1.0
InllGthN 26.86 +,10 +1.1
Yacktman Funds:
Fund p 14.96 -.02 +0.4


Market watch
Feb. 6, 2006

Dow Jones +,,65 .
industrials 10,798.27


Nasdaq
composite.


2,258.80


Standard &
Poor's 500
1,265.02


Associated Press

NEW YORK Stocks ended
a listless session little changed
Monday as cautious investors
found few reasons to put money
Into the market, even as upbeat
remarks on Alcoa Inc. and
General Motors Corp. helped
prop up the Dow Jones indus-
trials.
Monday's aimless trading fol-,
lowed steep losses late last
week, with Wall Street still
uneasy about the possibility of
more interest rate hikes from
the Federal Reserve. On Friday,
upbeat employment data fueled
worries about economic
strength, another reason for the
Fed to stay its course.
Art Hogan, chief market
strategist for Jefferies & Co.,
said data on jobless claims later
this week should draw a reac-
tion from traders as they try to
decipher the Fed's stance on
inflation and the pace of domes-
tic employment growth.. For,
now, however, Wall Street will
be idle without much news to
drive it, he said.
"I think we're going through
this natiral vacituum in the news
cycle where we have a quiet


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Rates mixed in weekly


auction of Treasury bills


Associated Press

\VASHINGTON Interest
rates on short-term Treasury
bills were mixed in Monday's
auction.
The Treasury Department
auctioned $20 billion in three-
month bills at a discount rate
of 4.375 percent, unchanged
from last week- Another $17
billion in six-month bills was
auctioned at a discount rate of
4.500 percent, up from 4.435
percent
The six-month rate was .the


highest since 4.530 percent on
March 5,2001.
The discount rates reflect
that these bill sell tor less than
face value. For a $10,000 bill.
the three-month price was
$9.889.41 while a six-month bill
sold for $9,772.50.
Separately, the Federal Re-
serve said Monday that the
average yield for one-year
Treasu ry bills, a popular index
for making changes in ad-
justable rate mortgages, rose to
4.60 percent last week from 4.50
percent the previous week


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"It's difficult to generate any
interest in the market."
At the close of trading, the
Dow rose 4.65, or 0.04 percent,
to 10,798.27. The Dow lost 113
points last week after gaining
almost 240 points the week
before.
Broader stock indicators
were mixed. The Standard &
Poor's 500 index added 0.99, or
0.08 percent, to 1,265.02, and the
Nasdaq composite index fell
3.78, or 0.17 percent, to 2,258,80.
Bonds slipped, with the yield
on the 10-year Treasury note
rising to 4.54 percent from 4.53
percent late Friday, although
the yield curve remained
inverted as the two-year note
edged up to 4.61 percent The
U.S. dollar was mixed against
other major currencies, while
gold prices slipped.
News that Iran has stopped
cooperating with U.N. officials
about its nuclear arms program
sparked fears about disruptions
from one of the world's biggest.
oil suppliers and drove crude
futures above $66 early in the
session. However, a barrel of
l eight crude slid 26 cents to settle
at $65.11 on the New York
Mercantile Exchange.


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Advanced: 1,995 New highs

Declined: 1,325 141
New lows
Unchanged: 143 33
Volume: 2,195,651,173

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Advanced: 1,568 New highs
145
Declined: 1,459 New lows

Unchanged :157 30
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economic calendar and the
fourth-quartler earnings reports
are slowing down." Hogan said.


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Facing adversity together
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Such appears to be the case in
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When a developer proposed to
build a huge, time-share condo-
minium project on the Pete's
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there was a collective gasp of
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small fishing village
that locals like to
hang onto was sud-
denly being
replaced by visions
of Clearwater and
New Port Richey.
Out of the debate
about what the
future of Pete's Pier


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might look like, some common
purpose has been found in bet-
ter planning for the community's
future.
It now l6ooks'k'e tilie impracti-
cal proposal for Pete's Pier won't
happen, but that doesn't mean
another proposal isn't right
around the corner.
Suddenly residents and the
city council all seem to agree on
one premise: Instead of letting
new developers determine what
the future of Crystal River
should look like, the people and
leaders of the community should
come up with the definitions.
Resident Don Hess has begun

Paying tax 01
Last year, there.was a -o
water-shortage in Citrus
County. This year the land-
fill is full.The schools'
classes are' going into I
-portable classrooms. Gas
tax went up 6 cents. Do
the school buses and sher- CALL
iff's cars have to pay this 5 n
tax also? If so, where is .563
the profit? And yet every
day, permits are issued for
new housing. Duh.
Incinerate trash
You know, it doesn't take a rocket
scientist to figure out that if we just
built an incinerator at the landfill; .
then all they'd have to worry about
is where to get rid of the ashes.
These county co mmissioners need
to wake up.
Changing plans
Well, who do the planning board '
members and the planners that
work at the county really work for?
They're paid with 'taxpayer money,
but they seem to be very pro-devel-
opment and pro fo destroy the com-
prehensive plan. If you read the list
for the planning board, there's
about 10 changes every week to
increase density and change zoning
from what was peaceful and beauti-
ful to ugly and built over. And they
recommend it highly to the county
commissioners. The zoning was
there for a reason. The -comp plan is
there for a reason. Why are not the
county employees standing by this
comprehensive plan and enforcing it
instead of ,being such pro-develop-
ment? We need an investigation to
see where the influence lies in the
planners at the county department.
Vote them out
I'd like to .know if in the fall of
2006, if all five county commission-


leading a response to the ques-
tion and out of his journey has
come the concept of the Crystal
River Walk. Hess wants to pull
together a public/private part-
'nership that would use grants,
private contributions and pri-
vate investment to create a
vision for the future of Kings Bay
and Crystal River. He appeared
before the city council last week
and said he already
has $40,000 in
SSUE: pledges to begin, a
River's feasibility study 'of
ure what that future
might look like.
PINION: In a city where
unanimous opin-
rship ions are rare, the
med. city council unani-
mously stood
behind the concept.
: Hess wants to pull together
volunteers and contributions to
get the process. started. With so
much growthi"waithig 't our
'doorsteps, it'S important !to fig-
ure out how we can ptotect the
delicate environment we live in,
maintain the character, )f the
community and still permit some
development to take place. The
fact that Hess has come from
outside of the political skirmish-
es that have marked the commu-
nity guarantees some degree of
achievement.
There is some momentum to
get the job done and for that we
should all be thankful.


ers will be up for re-elec-
Pip tion or if just certain ones,
Which ones. I'd like to do
my part in voting every
L single one of them out I
can;
Offended vet
The Vietnam vet who
wrote in saying he was
.057t offended by peace demon-
o S i strators has every right to
say so. However, I would
think he would not want to
see our troops involved in another
pointless war.
Balance books
Watched the president today
telling the auto companies what
they needed to do to balance their
books and make it right and so
forth. Now there's a man who really
knows how to run the checkbook.
Young litterers
... How surprised I was when I
was driving behind a big Lincoln on
Cutler Spur Drive a while .back that
had two young ladies in it. All of a
sudden, swish, out goes a wrapper
from the passenger side. Then bam,
out goes a beer can. This was 10:30
a.m. Then swish, another wrapper
goes out the window. So now I real-
ize litterbugs come in all sizes,
shapes and ages. They are the ones
who make our Citrus County look
like a trash dump. Can one of you
please tell me why you do this? On
my morning walks, I take along a
plastic bag and pick up after you. It
is really disgusting.
Burn plant
I've got a suggestion. Instead of
the Citrus County commissioners
making a $10 million thing for a
transfer station, why don't they look
into building a burn plant? Import
garbage from other places, make
energy and still make money on it.


Informants provide information


B oth law-enforcement
and intelligence
agencies fundamen-
tally depend on informants; PV
Informants in, foreign intel- ,
ligence are at best traitors
to their respective coun-
tries. Informants in domes-
tic crime issues are. often
paid, either in cash or; in
deals cut on crimes they
have committed. 'Alto- Charle:
gether, they are a sleazy lot OTI
One point many people Vo01
often don't understand is
that CIA officers are not
spies. They are "case officers." Their
job is to recruit spies'(informants) and
funnel the information back to the
analysts.
Naturally, every country tries to
depict its spies as noble people
opposed to tyranny rather than people
trapped and blackmailed, soreheads
and neurotics or simply greedy oppor-
tunists. Often; informants working for
money in domestic criminal cases will
actually entrap some innocent person,
That's how the sorry episode of Randy
Weaver began, which ended with the
deaths of his wife, his son and a deputy
U.S. marshal in 1992.
A paid informant badgered Weaver,
who was hard up for money to feed his
family, into illegally sawing off a shot-
gun, something any 8-year-old with a
hacksaw and a vice can do. The idea
was to arrest him, threaten him with a
long prison sentence and then coerce
him into' becoming a federal inform-


*1
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y
HI
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ant
This is a short preface to
the current problem of.
domestic spying. The Bush
administration says it only
intercepts calls from terror-
ists. OK, how does the Bush
administration know that
somebody in Europe or the
Middle East is a terrorist?
Terrorists don't walk
Reese around the street with little
IER name tags identifying them
gES and their organization. They
don't call people and' say:
"Hi, al-Qaida calling. Can I
interest you in a bomb-making kit?"
The answer is an informant or some
other country's intelligence agency
The first thing you know is that this
person is a terrorist suspect If anyone
had proof that he was a real terrorist,
he would be arrested. You can get
some idea of how unreliable these sus-
pect lists are by the instances of pop
stars, U.S. senators, babies and other
innocent people winding up on the
U.S. terrorist watch list because of
bureaucratic goof-ups.
Furthermore, it standsto reason that
the National Security Agelncy has no
way of knowing who this suspect is*
calling until the call is actuially'made.
NSA doesn't put wiretaps on: tele-
phones. It sweeps the calls out .of the
air, and then the NSA supercomputers
comb the messages for certain key
words. My guess is that the NSA is
intercepting all the overseas calls from-
Americans of Arab descent1 people, of


LETTERS


Burn garbage
Might I add a few thoughts to the
discussion about trucking garbage up
to 100 miles by eight-wheel trucks? In
addition to the obvious extra cost
(double as quoted in the paper), the
need to build a new compacting trans-
fer station and the added traffic on
our already busy roads, why not con-
sider the alternatives?
Most of the garbage could be
burned when mixed with coal at our
existing coal-powered power station.
in Crystal River \\ ith modifications.
This would save the power company
fuel costs and relieve our nearly full
garbage sites. Or, if it has to go out of
state or wherever they choose' to send
it, could not some kind of deal be
made with the power company to fill
their returning empty railroad wag-
ons, which arrive here daily full of
coal? I know this has been done in
Europe with success and helps to
keep spiraling electricity costs down.
Another method would be to load
barges at Red Level and send it by
sea to another power station that,
could use it, or to a new landfill site
in another state.
Perhaps if we stopped making so
much garbage, we could also prolong
the length of time we have before we
fill our landfill.
On a final note, why would the own-
ers of Pete's Pier accept an offer from
the city at about 10 percent of the
developers offer? Who would run a
new marina, more staff and more out
in taxes? Leave it to the professionals
and let them give you the taxes to
spend on more useful projects.


Stewart R


eadman
Lecanto


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Cherish equality
May I suggest that the person or
persons who defiled the Mount
Carmel Methodist Church in Floral
City simply move to another country?
There are plenty of countries where
people hate each other every day, and
you would fit right in.
In America, we try to get along with
everyone, and you are not a true
American.
Oh, you might have an American
flag and spout off about high gas
prices but you, and your kind, don't
belong here. You have missed the :
point, true Americanls think that this
country is stronger because of our dif-
ferences.
Right here in Floral City, we cher-
. ish the idea that all people are creat-


the Muslim faith, as well as-those who
have spoken out on Middle East issues
or have business dealings, in the
region. In other words, it's a massive
invasion of privacy, not a selective
invasion of privacy or at least that's
my guess.
Ronald Reagan said of his arms
deals with the Soviets: "Trust, but ver-
ify." The problem is, there are no ways
the American people or their elected'
representatives can verify anything
President Bushsays. on the subject of
national security. It's all classified.
The very practice of one equal branch
of the government keeping secrets
from another equal branch of the gov-
enunent is an unconstitutional act that,
ought to be ended immediately. We
will have to wait for a Congress with
guts for that to happen.
I fear the expansion of American
government power more than I do the
terrorists. They are, after all, crii i nals
who might shoot us or bomb us and get
killed in the process. They are, by
nature, a passing threat. A secretive
government that scoffs at the rule of
law and the restraints of the Constitu-
tion, however, is a very permanent
threat to the freedom of the American
people.
Government power that' isn't
checked will just keep on growing
until one day the American people will
wake up neither free nor secure.

Write to CharIlev Reese atoP.O. Box
2446, Orlando. FL 32802.


ed equal. You. can even go to our
library and look it up.
I challenge all ministers in Citrus
County to speak from their pulpits
this Sunday about this crime and its
effect on all of us. Hopefully, we will .
'find these people and punish them.
Look in the mirror, and see the true
person looking back To be an,
American takes 'a lot more than wav-
ing the flag.
Richard Schmitt
,. ... Floral City

Miscarriage of justice
Lawyers preach about the rule of
law as the law of the land. Well, I
would like to know how it applies to a
mindless judge from Vermont, who
gave a pedophile only 60 days in jail,
so that he could get treatment
Treatment? This creep molested a
6-year-old girl for four years, and all
this judge was concerned about was
his rehabilitation? Doesn't he realize
what this little girl has to live with for
the rest of her life? Sad!
Pedophiles who sexually abuse a
child should be incarcerated after the
first,offense for the rest of their lives,
regardless of what bleeding-heart psy-
chologists, psychiatrists and lawyers
profess, because there is no cure for
pedophiles and they know it
,: We can't wait for them to kill our
kids time after time, only because
some psychologist said they are
cured". ,
Our corrupt legal system takes a
hallow view of this tragedy and it's
wrong. So let's choose our lawmakers
wisely. Our kids at risk demand it.
Gaylord LaGraves
Homosassa


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Attorney general defends spying


Nation BRIEFS

Rapids


Senators challenge reasons for eavesdropping


Associated Press

WASHINGTON Senators raised
doubts about the legal rationale for the
Bush administration's eavesdropping
program Monday, forcing Attorney
General Alberto Gonzales to provide a
lengthy defense of the operations he
called a vital "early warning system" for
terrorists.
A handful of Republicans joined
Democrats in raising questions about
whether President Bush went too far in
ordering the National Security
Agency's monitoring operations The
senators were particularly troubled by
the administration's argument that a


September 2001 congressional resolu-
tion appro\-i ng use of m military force cov-
ered the surveillance of some domestic
conununications
"The president does not haye a blank
check," said Judiciary Chairman Arlen
Specter, R-Pa., who wants the adminis-
tration to ask the secretive Foreign
Intelligence Surveillance Court to
review the program.
"You think you're right, but there a re
a lot of people who think you're wrong,"
Specter told Gonzales. "What do you
have to lose ifyou're right?"
Gonzales didn't respond to Specter's
proposal directly "We are continually
looking at ways that we can work w ith


the FISA court in being more
efficient and more effective,"
said the former Texas judge.
Under Bush's orders, the
ultra-secret National Security
Agency has been eavesdropping
- without warrants on inter-
national communications of
people in the United States ,
whose calls and e-mails ma.\ be Go'iz-
linked to Muslim extremists., ttor
During the daylong commit- general
tee hearing. Gonzales and the at hea
senators reached as far back as
eavesdropping ordered by President
Washington and delved into court deci-
sions surrounding presidential powers
and the 1978 Foreign Intelligence
Surveillance Act.
Gonzales repeatedly defended the


current program as lawful, rea-
sonable and essential to nation-
al security."
He said the president's
authority was strongest in a
time of wai, and he called the
monitoring operations an "early
warning system designed for the
21st century" He said no
ae, changes in la%% were needed to
accommodate the monitoring.
spoke "To end the program now
ring. would be to afford our enemy
dangerous and potential deadly
new room for operation xw within our own
borders." he said.
Democrats pressed Gonzales for
details about the program and other
similar operations, almost all of which
he would not provide.


Muslim reactions stun Denmark


', ,-.E..:.". iae." Pr -3;
Isabelle Dinoire, the woman
who received the world's first
partial face transplant, address-
es reporters Monday at Amiens
hospital, northern France.



Patient:


I have


.a face'

' ; .- Associated Press

AMIENS. .France The
Frenchwoman who received
the world's first partial face
transplant showed off her nev.
,*' features Monday, and her scar:
a fault. circular line of buckled
' skin around her nose, lips and
chin. But where she once had a
gaping hole caused by a dog
bite, she now has a face.
''' Isabelle Dinoire, a 38-year-
'' old mother of two, spoke with a
heavy slur and had trouble
i moving her lips at her first
news conference since the sur-
gery in November But said she
was looking forward to resum-
ing a normal life:,
"Since the day of niy opera-
Ition. I have a face like everyone
else." Dinoire said, reading
from a prepared statement.
She also thanked the family
of the bra in-dead temaledonori
who gave her new lips, a chin
and nose and distributed a
heart, liver, pancreas and kid-
neys to others.'.
"Despite their pain and
mourning, they accepted to give
a second life to people in
need." Dinoire said. "Thanks to
them, a door to the future is
opening for me and others."
Before the 15-hour surgery in
Amiens on Nov. 27. Dinoire's
lipless gums and teeth were
permanently exposed and most
of her nose was missing. Food
dribbled from her mouth. She
wore a surgical mask in public
to avoid frightening people.
Dinoire, still hospitalized for
physical therapy, said she was
regaining sensation and was
not in pain.
"I can open my mouth and
eat I feel my lips, my nose and
my mouth," she said. While one
of her surgeons was speaking,
,she drank from a plastic cup -
a simple gesture that produced
a flurry of camera flashes.
Her mouth appeared slightly
lopsided and was usually open
slightly. Wen she laughed, she
seemed unable to bring her lips
together to form a full smile.'
She also had difficulty pro-
nouncing letters like "b" and'
"p" that 'require -pursing the
lips'- a skill her doctors said
will improve with time.
In terms of coloring, the
match between Dinoire's own
skin and the graft was remark-
able, though she wore makeup.
Doctors showed slides of her
.progress, her scar growing
fainter each week.


SA,-.s cai, a Pre s
Protestors climb over the gate of the Danish embassy Monday in Tehran. Police used tear gas to disperse hundreds of angry
protesters who hurled stones and fire bombs at the Danish Embassy in the second attack' ona Western embassy in the Iranian
capital Monday about the publication of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad. Police had encircled the embassy building, but
were unable to hold back the mob of 400 demonstrators as they pelted the building with stones and Molotov cocktails.

Hundreds ofprotesters pelt Danish Embassy in Tehran with rocks


Associated Press


TEHLRAN, Iran Hindreds of angry
protesters hurled stones and fire bombs at
the Danish Embassy in the Iranian capital
Monday to protest publication of carica-
tures of the Prophet Muhlammad. Police
used tear gas and surrounded the walled
\illa to hold back the crowd.
It was the second attack on a Western
mission in Tehran on Monday. Earlier inii
thile day 200 student demonstrators threw
stones at the Austrian Embassy, breaking
windows and starting small fires. The
mission iwas targeted because Austria
holds the presidency of the European
Union
Thousands more people joined violent
demonstrations across the world' to
protest publication of the caricatures of
tuhanmmad. and the Bush administration
appealed to Saudi Arabia to use its influ-
ence among Arabs to help ease tensions
inthe iMiddle East and Europe
Afghan troops shot and killed four pro-
teste rs. some as they tried to storm a U.S.
military base outside Bagram the first


Two trees inside the
embassy compound
were set on fire by the
gasoline bombs.

time a protest about the issue has taiget-
ed the United States. A teenage boy was
killed when protesters stampeded in
Somalia.
Thile EU issued stern reminders to 18
Arab and other Muslim countries that
they are under treaty obligations to pro-
tect foreign embassies.
Lebanon apologized to Denmark -
\where the cartoons were first published
- a da.3 after protesters set fire to a build-
ing housing the Danish mission in Beirut.
The attack "harmed Lebanon's reputa-
tion and its civilized image," Lebanese
Information MinisterGhaziAridi said.
In the Iranian capital. police encircled
the Danish Embassy but were unable to
hold back 400 demonstrators as they
tossed stones and Molotov cocktails at the


walled brick illa. At least nine'protesters
were hurt, police said.
About an hour into the protest, police
fired tear gas, driving the denionstr'ators
into a nearby park. Later, about 20 people
returned and tried to break through
police lines to enter the embassy com-
pound, but were blocked by security
forces.
As the tear gas dissipated, most of the
crowd filtered back to the embassy, where
they burned Danish flags and chanted
anti-Danish slogans and "God is great."
'vwo trees inside the embassy corrm-
pound %were set on fire by the gasoline
bombs. The embassy gate was burned, as
was a police booth along the wall protect-
ing the building
The Danish Foreign Ministry said it
was not aware of any staff inside the
building, which closed for the day before
the demonstration.
Ambassador Claus Juul Nielsen told
DR public television in Denmniark that the
protesters vandalized the grotid floor of
the embassy, which included the trade
and the visa departments.


Millions have Social Security numbers on driver's licenses


Social Security numbers on license
In p003, 17 states and the District of Columbia allowed drive
the option of listing their Social Security numbers on license
A federal law that prohibits this policy took effect in Decemb


States listing Social Security
numbers on licenses, 2003
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-- --


Associated Press


JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -
ars Millions otf miiiotorists across the
s. nation a re carry ing a round d ri-
er. very's licenses containing their
Social Security numbers a
potential jackpot for identity
S thieves.
., Privacy experts strongly
4. warn against the practice. And
a recent federal law ordered
states to stop issuing licenses
displaying Social Secu.rit
numbers.
Yet some states continue to
do so, a review by The
Associated Press has found.
And in other states that have
dropped the practice, it could
take up to eight years before
people who have licenses with
Social Security numbers on
them are issued new ones.
A sampling of just 11 states
AP by the AP identified more than


14 million motorists with
Social Security numbers on
their licenses.
A name, birthdate and
address are valuable pieces of
'information for someone who
wants to steal another person's
identity and obtain loans and
credit cards. But a Social.
Security number is the richest
prize of them all.
"For a thief, getting a wallet
that has a Social Security num-
ber on it is like finding the pot
of gold at the end of the rain-
bow it is the most useful
item for a personal identity
thief," said Beth Givens, direc-
tor of the San Diego-based
Privacy Rights Clearinghouse.
About 8.9 million U.S. adults
were- victims of identity fraud
in 2005, costing an estimated
$57 billion, according to a sur-
vey released by the ,Better
Business Bureau.


Kayaker Eli Pyke flies off
Dillon Falls along the Des-
chutes River Monday near
Bend, Ore.



Moussaoi'i tossed
from courtroom
ALEXANDRIA, Va. -
Proclaiming I am al-Qaida," ter-
rorist conspirator Zacarias
disrupted the
opening of his
sentencing trial
Monday and
was tossed out
of court as
selection
began for the
jurors who will fZgacar as
decide. "Thissaoui
whether he terrorist to be
lives or dies. sentenced.
He disavowed his lawyers
and pledged to testify on his
own behalf in the trial that is to
begin March 6.
An often-volatile figure in his
proceedings, Moussaoui was
removed from the courtroom
four separate times. "This trial is
a circus," he declared. "I want to
be heard.' Of his lawyers, he
said: "These people do not rep-
resent me."
Study: Most voters
to use new equipment
Fewer voters will cast [heir
ballots by punching a card or
pulling a lever in this Novem-
ber's elections as the country
continues to turn to newer, elec-
tronic machines, according to a
study released Monday.
While the study says old sys-
tems that were prone to error
are on their way out, experts
also note that means many
Americans will be voting on
unfamiliar equipment this fall.
At least four out of five regis-
tered voters will use the newer
generation of machines -
either ATM-style touchscreen
machines or ones that ask vot-
ers to fill in the blanks.


World rld

Miss World


L s-aOc.ai. PrE-.- .
Miss World Unnur Bima
Vilhjalmsdottir smiles
Monday during a news con-
ference in Warsaw, Poland.
Poland will host the Miss
World 2006 pageant at the
end of September, organizers
said Monday. The event will
be Sept. 30.


Mules deliver ballots
for Haiti's elections
GONAIVES, Haiti Mules
laden with sacks of ballots were
led into Haiti's countryside
Monday to reach a remote vil-
lage on the eve of elections
aimed at putting Haiti's experi-
ment with democracy back on
track.
Hours before polls open
Tuesday, thousands of U.N.
peacekeepers fanned out to
guard against attacks by heavily
armed gangs, some of them
loyal to Jean-Bertrand Anstide.
the president ousted in a rebel-
lion two years ago.
There are 33 candidates in
the presidential election, includ-
ing two former presidents, a for-
mer rebel in the insurgency that
forced Aristide from office, and a
former army officer accused in
the death of a Haitian journalist.
From wire reports


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on the
Wizards.
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TUESDAY
FEBRUARY 7, 2006
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Sports BRIEFS
SGirardi to young
i Marlins: shave
HOLLYWOOD -Now that
the Florida Marlins have
trimmed their payroll, facial hair
is next.
New manager Joe Girardi
wants to see no goatees, mus-
taches or beards when players
begin reporting for spring train-
ing Feb. 18 .
A former catcher with the
New York Yankees, Girardi liked
owner George
Steinbrenner's
rule that per- A 'S
mitted neatly
trimmed
mustaches
but no beards
or shaggy hair.
Girardi's policy of no facial hair
will be even stricter, and a first
for the Marlins.
"You have a responsibility of
what you look like," he said.
"You find out which players want
to be disciplined in the little
things. And if you can be disci-
plined in the little things, a lot of
limes you can be disciplined in
the big things."
Super Bowl nets
huge ratings
NEW YORK-The :
Pittsburgh Steelers' victory over
the Seattle Seahawks in the
Super Bowl was watched in an
average of 45.85 million homes,
the second-highest total in tele-
vision history behind the final
episode of 'M-A-S-H' in 1983.
Pittsburgh's 21-10 victory
Sunday got a 41.6 preliminary
national rating, Nielsen Media
Service said Monday, up slightly
from the 41.1 rating last year.
The share remained the same
at 62.
The game was watched by
an estimated 141.4 million peo-
ple in the United States, ABC
said, the second-highest total to
view a program behind the
144.4 million who tuned to New
England's victory over Carolina
..in the 2004 Super Bowl. That
nuiiiber estimates the total
amount of people to watch the
game at any point.
The estimated average of
90.7 million people or the
estimated number of viewers
throughout was the largest
Super Bowl audience since the
Steelers last played in the title
game in 1996, a loss to Dallas
that attracted an average of
94.1 million people watching.
Hurricanes hire two
assistant coaches
CORAL GABLES -
Longtime Wisconsin assis-
tant head football coach
John Palermo has accepted
a job as defensive line coach
at Miami' Hurricanes coach
Larry Coker said Monday.
Clint Hurtt, a former
Miami player, was hired as
assistant defensive line
coach. Defensive coordina-
tor Randy
Shannon
coach
I i I I n
line-
backers, s.
Coker _* .-"
S .said.
The staff changes come
S after'Coker fired four assis-
tants a month ago.
Palermo was Wisconsin's
1 : assistant head coach for 15 .
years under Barry Alvarez,
\\ho stepped down as head
; coach after the 2005 season;
~. ,- Fro'Tm rie reports


Associated Press


CHARLOTTE, N.C. -'
Shortly after Jimmie Johnson's"
second failed attempt to w in
the Nextel Cup; championship,
car owner R ick Hendrick sum-
moned his driver and crew
chief
There was a rumor crew
chief Chad Knaus wanted out
Word of his desire, to leave
* popped up during the season,
finale, when Johnson still had a
shot at the title. Despite denials
from the Hendrick camp, the
talk wouldn't go away.
Johnson and Knaus main-'
tainied they had no idea where
these tales of turmoil originat-.


Ludwick reaches 2,000


Warriorssenior guard

bhits points milestone

in 62-32 victoy
JON-MICHAEL SORACCHI
jmsoracchi@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
OCALA Coach Jim Ervin took a
timeout at the beginning of the fourth
quarter to let his Seven Rivers team
know one thing- get Cory Ludwick the
ball.
While the strategy might have raised
a few eyebrows, considering the third-


seeded Warriors were up by 24 in the left in the contest, a layup gave him
District 1A-6 boys basketball tourna- .points 2,000 and 2,001 For his career.
ment over sixth-seeded Bishop With 22 points for the game. Ludwick
McLaughlin and had the game in hand, now has 2,003 career points with at
the reason was simple. least one more game left in the season.
Ludwick, the Warriors' do-it-all sen- Seven Rivers will play second-seed-
ior guard, was sitting seven points .. ed First Academy of Leesburg
shy of 2,000 for his career. Up until " after blasting Bishop
the moment Ervin gave his team j McLaughlin 62-32 Monday night
the order to get Cory the ball, at St. John Lutheran in Ocala.
even Ludwick didn't know he First Academy and Seven
was close. Rivers split their regular season
"I think once I mentioned it to meetings, each winning at home.
him, he was more focused." Ervin said. Seven Rivers improved to 16-6 over-
The next three shots that left all and 94 in district with the victory.
Ludwick's hands would prove Ervin Bishop McLaughlin fell to 3-15 and 3-10.
right; a pairof 3s pulled the guard with- After achieving such an impressive
in one of the milestone and, with 5:35 individual milestone, Ludwick refused


to give himself any credit.
"I can't really do nimuch by myself," he
said with a small laugh. "I'm a pretty
slow guy"
The only thing important Monday.: to
Ludwick at least, was a win that kept
the Warriors' playoff hopes alive.
"If we had lost and I got (2.000), I
wouldn't have been happy," Ludwick
said. "The main focus is wiruling."
Ludwick's last four points of the
game showcased how far he has come
since arriving on the scene as a perime-
ter-based freshman guard, four years


ago.
The


Steelers take the hard road


The path less
traveled becomes


route to big

Super Bowl win

Associated Press
DETROIT The
Pittsburgh Steelers owned
the easy road to the Super
Bowl all those years they
squandered home-field
advantage, all those years
coach Bill Cowher's teams
couldn't stand iup to the pres-
sure, the moment, the chal-
lenge.
Maybe this is what was
needed to bring out the best
in a team that often was
among the NFLs top teams,
but never played like it when
it counted most: the toughest
road to a Super Bowl cham-
pionship.
No team had won three
road playoff games and then
the Super Bowl, much less by
beating the top three teams
in its conference and the best
from the opposing confer-
ence. Making the challenge
even greater, the Steelers
had to win their final four
regular-season games just to
reach the playoffs.
"It feels so much better to
do something people say you
can't do," linebacker Joey
Porter said after the Steelers
won their first Super Bowl in
26 years by beating the
Seattle Seahawks 21-10
Sunday night. "There's no
better feeling than that. We
will always be remembered
for the way we did it."
Aftergoing from 15-1 a year
ago to an uLpderachieving 11-
5 during a regular season
marked by injuries quar-
terback Ben Roethlisberger
was out four weeks with two
knee problems and a
three-game losing streak, the
Steelers fit a career's worth
of highlights into a month's
worth of playoffs.
By doing so, those four
AFC championship game
losses and one Super Bowl
defeat since January 1995
finally began to fade into the
,past, along with the percep-
tion the Steelers and their'
coach couldn't win the big
one.
Even Ten-y Bradshaw, Joe
Greene, Franco Harris and


Jerome Bettis holds up the Vince Lombardi trophy after defeating the Seattle Seahawks, 21-10,
In Super Bowl XL.


Lynn Swann, stars of the
:Steelers' four Super Bowl
champions of the 1970s,
never put together anything
like this championship run of
a lifetime,.
The Steelers rallied from.
10 points down to-win at:


Cincinnati, helped by an
early injury to Bengals star
quarterback Carson Palmer
They beat Super Bowl
favorite Indianapolis 21-18 in
a stunning upset that will be
long remembered for Jerome
Bettis' late-game fumble that


nearly turned a certain victo-
ry into a historic defeat, and
the Roethlisberger tackle
that made certain it didn't
That victory carried them
to a 34-17 AFC championship
Please see STEELERS/Page 3B


layup that gave him the niile-

Please see 6*1RP'IOF/Page 3B







dose



enough

Reflection will

have to wait for

frustrated Seattle
SA'sociated Press

DETROIT No apprecia-
tion or consolation in Seattle
for the Seahawks, at least not
yet.
Nope, they were still stuck
in frustration.
The post-Super Bowl parties
went into early Monday morn-
ing as the Seahawks at least
tried to celebrate their season,
instead of their somber
Sunday. Later, coach Mike
Holmgren tried to refocus the
teani. mr'omentarily, on what it
had done and what it still may
do.
a little dis-
appointed
this morn-

said at the team's
hotel in suburban
Dearborn, just before the team
returned to Seattle and hours
after the Seahawks' mistake-
filled, 21-10 loss to Pittsburgh.
"But I'm ve'y,; very proud of
our football team, What we
accomplished this year We're
going to come back firing away
next year."
After flying home, they went
directly to a rally of a few thou-
sand fans at Qwest Field. They
came to celebrate a franchise-
best 15-4 season, a team-record
11-game winning streak and
their first playoff win since
1984 as best they could.
The civic pick-me-up was
intended to move the team and
its. city past Seattle's Super
Bowl implosion. But because
the Seahawks feel they squan-
dered the NFL championship,
the future isn't foremost in
their minds.
"It's hard, man," defensive
tackle Rocky Bernard said.
And he didn't mean the
pulled right hamstring he sus-
tained late in the Super Bowl.
"I mean, if a team just goes


Please see SEAHAWKS/Page 3B


Floyd, Quigley take

Champions Skins Game
Associated Press Nicklaus and Watson won
-. 1,4 1---- Ihn AMnf -A


Jimmie Johnson, right, talks with crew chief Chad Kno
practice session at the Dover Speedway on Sept. 23,
rumor that Knaus wanted out, and both had no idea whi
was coming from. By the time the meeting ended, car
Hendrick was satisfied all was well with his team.


WAILEA, Hawaii -
Raymond Floyd and Dana
Quigley won the Champions
Skins Game on Monday, team-
ing to win 10 skin's and a record
$510,000 to :beat defending
champion Jack Nicklaus and
Tom Watson in the alternate-
shot event-
The 63-year-old Floyd holed
an 8-foot birdie putt on No. 17
Associated Press for nine skins and $410,000 to
)use during a seal his record sixth Skins
There was a Game victory. He also made a
ere such talk 10-foot birdie putt on the first
r owner Rick playoff hole for another skin
and $100,000.


eight skins and $26zou,U, and
the teams of Arnold Palmer-
Peter Jacobsen and Gary
Player-Hale Irwin were shut
out in the event that switched
to the two-man format this'year
after 18 seasons as a four-man
individual event.
The eight players have com-
bined to win 561 tournaments
worldwide including 49
majors and more than $100
million. Jacobsen, the youngest
in the field at 51, and Quigley,
the 2005 Champions Tour play-
er of the year, made their first
Please see SKINS/Page 2B


ed. By the time the meeting
was over, Hendrick was satis-
fied all was well with his No. 48
team.
',Iimmie and I have never-
been more committed to each
other, to the team and to win-'
ning a championship than we
are right now," Knaus said.
That commitment should
make Johnson the favorite to
finally break through and'
claim his first NASCAR cham-
pionship, He's come agonizing-
ly close three times already,
finishing second in the points
in 2003 and 2004 and fifth last
year.
Please see NASCAR/Page 3B


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Associaled Pres,
The Mavericks face Kobe Bryant and the,
Lakers once again tonight.



Streaking


Mavs await



Kobe's return

Associated Press

DALLAS Before the Dallas
Mavericks held their last 11 opponents
under 100 points, a team-record run that
coincides with their NBA-best winning
streak, they couldn't stop Kobe Bryant.
Before Bryant scored 81 points against
Toronto two weeks ago. he had been on
pace to do that against Dallas. He had 62
through three quarters, outscoring the
Mavericks on his own Dec. 20, then didn't
even play in the fourth quarter of the
Lakers' 22-point home victory.
"He probably could have had 80, or even
more against us," Dirk Nowitzki said
Monday
"The expression on his face, he was
very excited. His teammates were excited.
Phil (Jackson) was kind of laughing,"
Jason Terry said. "It was depressing on
our end."
Dallas' mood has greatly improved
since then, but the Mavericks are about to
find out how much better their defense
really is. Next up are Bryant and the
Lakers.
Tuesday night's game is in Dallas,
where Bryant, the NBA scoring leader at
35.7 per game, put up 43 in his other
matchup against the Mars this season.
"The times we've played them this-year
were games where I couldn't afford to sit
in the pocket and wait," Bryant said. "I
liad:toconie out and be assertive rightioff
the bat because we'd come off a couple of
tough losses."
That's not good news for Dallas because
Los Angeles is in that situation again.
Getting ready for their sixth straight
road game, the Lakers have three double-
digit losses in a row. Included is a 10-point
loss against Charlotte, which has the
NBXs worst record.
Before the Lakers practiced in Dallas
on Monday, Bryant said he hadn't seen the
Mavericks play since that December game
and wasn't sure if he would see a more
aggressive defense.
"Maybe they'll wait and see if I get on a
roll or something like that." Bryant said.
Wait too long, and it could be too late to
slow him down.
Bryant. who averaged 43.4 points per
game in January has been the Lakers'
leading scorer in all but six games this
season and 16 in a row. He leads the
NBA in field goals made (11.7) and
attempted (25.9) per game.
After the Mavericks' 110-91 victory over
Seattle on Saturday night, several players
were given DVDs filled with Bryant's
highlights against them and other teams.
"I sure hope we're different. We seem to
hate been playing more physical basket-
ball on the defensive end," Mars coach
Avery Johnson said. ":Again, that was just
one of those special games, the guy got on
fire and obviously, since that's happened,
we're not the team he's.scored the most
points against."
While Johnson has stressed defense
since becoming coach last March, and was
embarrassed by %what happened against
Bryant in December; he doesn't want his
team to completely alter what it's been
doing in recent weeks. ,
"It's not about us against a guy. It's about
team defense and team offense," Johnson
said. "We're not goingto get so emotional
to the standpoint that we lose who we are
... No matter what happens, we're still
moving in the.right direction," :
Johnson has stressed being, physical-
and smart. Those are attributes he said'
were missing in the two losses to the
Lakers. Dallas has lost only eight other
games and is tied with San Antonio for the
best record in the Western Conference (37-
10).
No matter what they do defensively,: the
Mavericks know Bryant is still going to
score his points.. ,
"Obviously we don't mind him scoring
30 or 40 when he shoots the ball 30, 35.
times," Nowitzki said. "The last two times,
he's been very, very efficient with his scor-
ing and shooting percentage. We'd like to
make it harder on him, make .him take
tough shots and find the other guys some.'"
Their main goal, however, is to stretch
the second-best winning streak in team
history, behind only a 14-0 start three sea-
sons ago. Detroit, which has the best
record in the league, had won 11 in a row
before a loss at New Jersey last week.
"As long as we Win," Nowitzki said, "he
can score 80."


WASHINGTON Gilbert Arenas had
23 points and eight assists, Antawn
Jamison 21 points and 11 rebounds, and
the Wizards finally returned to .500.
The Wizards took the lead early in the
first quarter and didn't trail again as they
hit the break-even mark for the first time
since Dec. 7. They had been flirting with
the .500 mark for three weeks, a quest that
was starting to get somewhat tiresome.
Arenas struggled from the field, making
only six of 24 shots.
DeShawn Stevenson scored 20 points to
lead Orlando.
Cavaliers 89, Bucks 86
CLEVELAND LeBron James scored 22
points, including a go-ahead layup in the final
seconds, to lead the injury-depleted Cleveland
Cavaliers to an 89-86 victory over the
Milwaukee Bucks on Monday night.
James added 12 assists and nine rebounds
as he nearly completed his fourth triple-double
of the season, but it was his powerful move to
the basket that gave Cleveland an 87-86 lead
and enabled the Cavaliers to break a two-game
losing streak.
Bobby Simmons scored 21 points to lead
Milwaukee, which has lost five of eight including
four in a row on the road.
Rockets 87, 76ers 81
PHILADELPHIA Yao Ming scored 27
points, grabbed 13 rebounds and Houston held
the 76ers without a field goal for more than 15
minutes in the second half.
Only free throws kept the Sixers in this one
after an incredible stretch of offensive inept-
ness. They did not score from 4:41 in the third
to 1:05 in the fourth 15:36 overall and
nearly became the second team in the last
week to go without a field goal in the fourth
quarter after the Kings went 0-for-20 against
Utah.,
Philadelphia made 18 free throws during that
stretch that remarkably allowed them to hang
on. The Sixers missed 14 straight shots in the
quarter before.Iverson finally scored on a three-
point play. Andre Iguodala followed with a 3 that
made it 85-79, and Iverson added another bas-
ket, giving the Sixers three three! in the
quarter, but it was too late.


Azsocialed Pr6ES
Hedo Turkoglu defends Washington guard
Gilbert Arenas, right, during the second
quarter.
of tying the franchise's longest home winning
streak, set in 2002-2003 and equaled the fol-
lowing season.
Heat 114, Celtics 98
MIAMI (AP)- Dwyane Wade had 34 points,
eight rebounds and eight assists to lead the
Heat.
Shaquille O'Neal added 21 points to help
Miami win for the fifth time in six games.
The Heat held a 77-74 lead with a 1:13 left in
the third quarter, before going on a 22-6 run
over the next 7 minutes to seal the victory.
O'Neal capped the run with a.three-point play
with 5:53 left in the game that gave Miami a 99-
80 lead.
Bobcats 119, SuperSonics 106
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U.n/LU I I tI, IN.'. RIaymoniU rFeltUon
Nets 99, Hornets 91 scored 24 points and Melvin Ely.added 23, both
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. Richard career highs, to lead the suddenly streaking
Jefferson scored 26 points and Vince Carter Bobcats.
added 21 to help New Jersey win its 11th Charlotte snapped its record 13-game losing
straight at home. streak on Friday night with a shocker over the
Jason Kidd, the NBA's active leader with 70 Los Angeles Lakers, then followed it with a
triple-doubles, missed his 71st by one rebound decisive and dominating win over the Sonics.
as he.finished with,14 points, ,11 assists and., Charlotte, led from,,the opening tip,..built a sec-
nine boards. ond-half lead of 25 points, and won consecutive
The Nets (25-21) moved to within two games games for the first time since Dec. 27-28.


NBA SCOREBOARD


New Jersey
Philadelphia
Boston
Toronto
New York

Miami
Washington
Orlando
Atlanta
Charlotte

Detroit
Cleveland
Milwaukee
Indiana
Chicago



Dallas
San Antor.io
Memphis
New Orleans
Houston

Denver
Utah
Minrnesola
Seattle
Portland

Phoenix
LA Clippers
L A Lakers
Golden Slate
Sacramento


EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
L Pct GB L10
21 .543 4-6.:
24 .500 2 6-4
31 .367 8% 2-8
31 .354 9 4-6
32 .304 .11 .1-9,
Southeast Division
L Pct GB L10
19 612 7-3
23 500 5%'. 6-4
27 413 9'.,; 5-5
32 304 14;; 4-6
36 265 17 2-8
Central Division
L Pct GB L10
7 848 8-2
19 596 11M 8-2
23 511 15': 5-5
22 511 15'. 3-7
26 435 19 5-5
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Southwest Division
L Pct GB L10
10 787 10-0 \
10 787 9-1
20 565 10'. 3.7
23 511 13 6-4
29 396 18'4. 6-4
Northwest Division
L Pct GB L10
23 531 6-4
25 479 2!, 4-6
25 457 3'. 3-7
29 396 6'.; 4-6
29 370 71' 5-5
Pacific Division
L Pct GB L10
16 660 7-2
17 622 2 8-2
23 511 7 4-6
25 457 9'A 4-6
27 426 11 4-6


Sunday's Games
Houston 93 New York 89
LA Clippers 115. Toronto 113 OT
Sacramento 96 Utah 78
Monday's Games
Washington 94. Orlando 82
Houston 87. Philadelphia 81
Cleveland 89 Milwaukee 86
Miami 114. Boston 98
Charlotte 119 Seattle 106
New Jersey 99 New Orleans 91
Chicago at Utah 9 p m
Minnesoia at Phoenix 9 p m
Denver at Golden State 10 30 p m
Tuesday's Games
Detroit at Atlanta 7 p m
L A Clippers at New York 7 30 p m

Wizards 94, Magic 82
ORLANDO (82)
Turkoglu 2-100-04 Howard 5-11 6-7 16
Battle 3-4 0-2 6 Stevenson 9.15 2-4 20
Francis 2-5 1-2 5 Dooling 6-11 4-4 16
Garrity 2-6 2-2 8 Morris 1-1 0-0 2. Diener
1-2 0-0 3 Kasun 1-3 0-0 2 Toiais 32-68
15-21 82
WASHINGTON (94)
Buller 6-14 0-0 12 Jamison 8-194-6 21
Haywooa 1-2 3-4 5. Siorey 2-3 0-0 4,
Arenas 6-24 8-9 23 Daniels 5-8 6-6 16
E Thomas 0-3 1-2 1. Taylor 4-5 2-2 10
Ruffin 1-1 0-0 2 Toials 33-79 24-29 94
Orlando 15 24 2320- 82
Washington 27 23 1826- 94
3-Point Goals-Orlando 3-10 iGarrity 2-
4 Diener 1-2, Francis 0-1. Turkoglu 0-31
Washington 4-11 (Arenas 3-8. Jamison 1-
2 Butler 0-1) Fouled Out-None
Rebounds-Orlando 47 iHoward ll
Washington 46 (Jamison 1li Assists-
Orlando 21 (Francis 51 Washington 12
iArenas 81 Total Fouls-Orlando 22.
Washington 15 Technicals-Orlando
Defensive Three Second. Stevenson.
Francis A-14 251 (20.1731


Home
15-6.
15-11
14-11
9-15
10-14
Home
17-6
15-9
13-11
10-14
9-15
Home
21-2
18-6
14-9
14-7
10-13


Home
18-4
21-3
15-8
15-8
6-15
Home
16.9
12-12
14-8
11-13
12-13
Home
17.7
16-7
12-8
13-13
14-11


L h Lakers at Dallas. 8 30 p m
Memphis at Sacramento 10 pm
Wednesday's Games
San Antonio at Toronto 7 p m
Portland at Indiana 7 p m
Golden State at Washington. 7 p m
New York at New Jersey 7 30 p m
L A Clippers al Delrol. 7 30 p m
Philadelphia at Charlotte. 7 30 p m
Orlanao at Milwaukee 8 p m
Seattle vs New Orleans at Oklahoma
City 8 p m
Cleveland at Minnesota 8 p m
L A Lakers at Houston 8 30 p rr,
Memphis at Phoenix 9 p m
Chicago at Denver 9 30 p m


Rockets 87, 76ers 81
HOUSTON (87)
McGrady 5.19 3-4 13 Howard 5-8 0-0
10 Yao 9.21 9.9 27 Wesley 3-7 2-2 9.
Alston 7.12 0-2 19 Swift 2-4 1-4A 5. Head
1-4 2-2 4 Chuck Hayes 0-0 0-0 0 Bower,
0-1 0-0 0 Totals 32-76 17-23 87
PHILADELPHIA (81)
Salmons 5-7 2-2 12 Webber 8-20 2-2
18 Dalembert 0-2 5-6 5. Iguodala 4-8 2-2
11 Iverson 6-22 20-24 32 Bradley 1-4 0-0
2 Randolph 0-1 0-0 0 Korver 0-6 1-1 1
OIh.e 0-2 0-0 0 Tolals 24-72 32-37 81
Houston 20 24 2221- 87
Philadelphia 27 9 2718- 81
3-Point Goals-Houston 6-16 lAlston 5-
8. Wesley 1-2 Head 0-2 McGrady 0-41.
Philadelphia 1-12 ilguodala 1-2 Bradley 0-
1 Korv-er 0-2 Webber 0-2. lierson 0-51
Fouled Out-None Rebounds--Houston
41 iYao 12). Phladelpnhia 62 (Dalembert
171 Assisis-Houston 27,,,AlsLon- 8L..
Philadelphia 11 (Salmons 5) ,Total.Fouls--
Houston 25 Philadelphia 18 ,Technicals-
Wesley A-17,428 (20 444)


NHL: Lecavalier's OT goal lifts Lightning


Associated Press


UNIONDALE, N.Y. Martin St.
Louis scored the tying goal with
1:12 left in regulation and then set
up Vincent Lecavalier's break-
away winner in overtime that gave
the Tampa Bay Lightning a 3-2 vic-
tory over the New York Islanders
on Monday night.
With Sean Burke pulled for an
extra attacker: St Louis got his
stick on Dan Boyle's shot from the
right point and knocked the puck
past goalie Rick DiPietro, who did-
n't see it.
That tied the game at 2 and only
set up more drama in overtime.
New York nearly won it as the
clock ticked down in the final
minute but Mark Parrish's
rebound shot was blocked in front
by Darryl Sydor. Pavel Kubina
moved the puck out to St. Louis,
who found Lecavalier streaking
alone at center ice.
He came in oin DiPietro, deked
him onto his back and beat him,
with a shot past his glove with 54 5
seconds showing oni the clock.
Tampa Bay improved to 8-1-1 in
its last 10 games and beat. New,
York by one goal for the third time
this season. The Lightning have
won six' straight against the
islanders, dating to a first-round
playoff victory in 2004 during the
Lightning's Stanley Cup run.,
Mike York and Jason Blake
scored for the Islanders.
Fredrik Modin put the Lightning
in front 1-0 just '1:22 in and Burke


SKINS
Continued from Page 1B

appearance in the event.
They are the only ones with-
out a major victory and a
spot in the Hall of Fame.
After teams halved Nos. 9-
16, the par-4 17th was worth
eight skins and $410,000,
breaking Floyd's record for,
the most money won on a
hole $290,000 in 1995. :
Floyd gently -talpped the
ball, which paused on the


finished with 28 saves.
Blake tied it with 5:46 left in the
second period with his 20th goal.
York put the Islanders in front 9-19
into the third with his 11th. He
came in with just one goal in 20
games.
New York lost for the second
time in three games following a
season-best three-game winning
streak.
After the Islanders put early
pressure on Burke, Tampa Bay
turned the tide.
Lightning defenseman Paul
Ranger charged into the slot from
the left point to get to the puck. He
wound up for a big drive but-
instead found Modin alone at the
left post for an easy redirect past
DiPietro.
Tampa Bay had three power-
play chances in the opening period
against the 'NHEs worst home
penalty killers but couldn't gener-
ate much offense. The Lightning
held only an 8-6 edge in shots
through 20 minutes.
They even started the second,
period with a man up, but the
Islanders got the better of the scor--
ing chances then, too. Only Burke,
who has been in a steady goalie
rotation with John Grahame, kept
the Lightning in it.
The Islanders failed to take
advantage of Ruslan Fedotenko's
double -minor for high-sticking.
against former Lightning defense-
man Brad Lukowich but they did
tie it before the second period
ended.


rim, before dropping in
Floyd hunched over his put-
ter in amazement as Quigley
and the gallery cheered.
Floyd also made his birdie
attempt on the playoff hole,
and Irwin was unable to con-
vert his 6-footer to halve the
hole..
The players were loose
and chatty at the beginning
of the round, but got serious
as the day wore on the
Wailea Golf Club's .Gold
Course, a scenic layout that
features ancient Hawaiian.
rock walls and 93 bunkers.


As.aociiea Press
Vincent Lecavalier puts the puck past Islanders goalie Rick DiPietro during
overtime. The Lightning defeated the Islanders 3-2.


Blake whiffed on a shot, and the
puck slid to the side of the net to
Miroslav Satan. He moved it to
York, who was just inside the right
circle, for a quick shot that deflect-
ed off Blake and in.
. New York took the lead when
Satan made a long lead pass to
Brent Sopel, who found York in the
left circle.
Senators 5, Penguins 2
OTTAWA- Peter-Schaefer had two
'goals and an assist, backup goalie Ray
Emery got his first win in more than a
month and the Ottawa Senators.
extended Pittsburgh's losing streak to -
six games with a 5-2 win over the
plummeting Penguins on Monday night.
Christoph Schubert, Zdeno Chara
and Bryan Smolinski also scored for


The 7.078-yard course is
built on the slopes of the dor-
mnant volcano Haleakala and
has views of the ocean and
uninhabited Kahoolawe
island from nearly every
hole. -
.Team Nicklaus-Watson
dominated the front nine
with eight straight skins
worth $260,000 behind the
Golden Bear's clutch put-
ting.
Nicklaus, the defending
champion, made a 12-footer
for birdie on the 192-yard
eighth hole to pick up seven


skins and $230,000. The sun-
splashed gallery roared as
Nicklaus pumped his arms
in the air.
Nicklaus also holed an 8-
foot birdie putt that turned
slightly left-to-right 'on the
par-4 first that earnedthem a
$30,000 skin.
Irwin and Player missed
three key opportunities.
With four skins and $120,000
on the line, Irwin missed a 3-
foot birdie putt to the left on
the par-4 fifth.
Player missed a 5-foot
downhill birdie putt on the


Ottawa, which had lost three of four,
including a 2-1 shootout loss Saturday
in Buffalo. "
Ryan Malone and Enc Boguniecki
scored for Pittsburgh, which lost 7-2 to
Ottawa at home Wednesday. The
Penguins have dropped 16 of 17.
Schaefer assisted on Smolinski's 5--
on-3 goal 10:33 into the second which
put Ottawa up 3-1 before adding his
own power-play goal at 11:39 to
increase the lead to three.
Boguniecki, who assisted on
Malone's opening goal 1:14 in, scored
his third 15:34 into the second to draw
Pittsburgh to 4-2.
Schaefer restored the Senators'
three-goal lead 51 seconds into the
third when he put a nifty move on
goalie Marc-Andre Fleury.


par-3 11th, worth three skins
and $120,000. Irwin then'
missed a 12-footer on No. 16'
that would've 'earned the
team eight skins and
$360,000.
Player tapped in to halve
the hole with Nicklaus-
Watson.
Despite playing limited
golf and, recovering front
back surgery, Nicklaus won
last year's event with 11
straight skins for $340,000;;
the largest payday in his sto-
ried career that includes 18,
major wins. ,


Away Conf -
10-1517-10
9-13 11-15
4-20 9-18
8-16 13-15
4-18 6-19 '-
Away Conf
13.13 15-9
8-14 16-13
6-16 12-16
4-18 10.17
4-21 9-21
Away Conf
18.5 19-4
10-13 19.8
10-14 18.10
9-15 12-14
10-13 14-11


Away Conf
19-6 23-7
16-7 21-4
11-12 18-10
9-15 15-12
13-14 8-17
Away Conf
10-14 14-15
11-13 11-15
7-17 13-17
8-16 8-18
5-16 7-20
Away' Conf
14-9 15-11
12-10 14-9
12-1510-15
8-12 10-16
6-16 13-14


213 TuEsDAY. FF-i3RuARY 7. 2006


Crrkus CouNTY (FL) CHRo-wcd


SPORTS










.r~vr .nr~v(? norrRS G rsUSAFBUR ,20 B


BASKETBALL
Heat 114, Celtics 98
BOSTON (98)
Pierce 8-21 14-16 31, LaFrentz 7-9 2-2
18, Perkins 2-6 3-4 7, Szczerbiak 5-15 5-7
16, West 3-9 1-2 8, Olowokandi 1-3 0-0 2,
Scalabrine 2-3 5-6 10, Greene 0-2 2-2 2,
Alien 1-3 0-0 2, Gomes 1-2 0-0 2, Green 0-
0 0-0 0. Totals 30-73 32-39 98.
MIAMI (114)
Posey 3-5 0-0 8, Haslem 6-10 5-6 17,
O'Neal 8-14 5-7 21, Williams 2-9 0-1 4,
Wade 10-17 13-15 34, Payton 3-7 0-0 7,
Walker 5-11 1-2 12, Mourning 1-2. 3-3 5,
Simien 1-2 0-0 2, Anderson 1-2'0-0 2,
Kapono 1-2 0-2 2. Totals 41-81 27-36 114.
Boston 26 15 3324- 98
Miami 32 23 2831- 114
3-Point Goals-Boston 6-18 (LaFrentz
2-3, Scalabrine 1-2, Pierce 1-4, Szczerbiak
1-4, West 1-5), Miami 5-17 (Posey 2-4,
Wade 1-1, Payton 1-4, Walker 1-4, Kapono
0-1, Williams 0-3). Fouled Out-None.
Rebounds-Boston 46 (Perkins 13), Miami
53 (Wade 8). Assists-Boston 13 (Pierce,
4 West 4), Miami 24 (Wade 8). Total Fouls-
Boston 27, Miami 27, Technicals-Boston
Defensive Three Second, Miami Defensive
Three Second 2, Walker. A-19,986.
(19,600).
Nets 99, Hornets 91
NEW ORLEANS (91)
Snyder 2-6 0-0 5; West 5-12 4-4 14,
Brown 1-3 1-1 3, Mason 6-15 3-4 15, Paul
2-12 1-2 6, Aaron.Williams 1-1 0-0 2,
Claxton 8-14 7-9:23, Butler 5-9 6-6 18,
Vroman 0-0 0-0 0, Smith '2-2 0-0 5,
Nachbar 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 32-74 22-26 91.,
NEW JERSEY (99)
Jefferson 6-12 13-14 26, Collins 2-2 1-2.
5, Irstic 8-11 0-0 16, Carter 7-16 5-6 21,
Kidd 5-15 2-3 14, Vaughni 0-1 0-0 0,
Robinson 5-10 1-1 11, Padgett 0-2 0-0 0,
Wright 2-3 0-0 4, Murray 1-2 0-0 2. Totals
36-74 22-26 99.
New Orleans 20 31 2020- 91
New Jersey 25 14 2931- 99
3-Point Goals-New Orleans 5-10'
(Butler 2-4, Smith 1-1, Snyder 1-2; Paul 1-
3), New Jersey 5-23 (Carter 2-4, Kidd 2-9,
Jefferson 1-3, Wright 0-1, Padgett 0-2,
Robinson 0-4).' Fouled Out-Krstic.-
Rebounds-New Orleans 40 (Mason, Paul
7), New Jersey 48 iKidd Jefferson 9).
Assists-New' Orleans 22 (Paul 13), New
Jersey 32 (Kidd .11). Total Fouls-New
Orleans 24, New Jersey 21. A-13999
(20,098)..
Cavaliers 89, Bucks 86
MILWAUKEE (86)
Simmons 8-19 2-2 21 Bogut 2-7 2-26,
Magloire 4-10 2-5 10, Ford 5.15 2-2 12,
Redd 6-17 5-6 18, Kukoc 11 2-2 5, Bell 3-
5 0-2 8, Welsch .-3 0-0 0, J.Srmith 3-8 .0-0
6. Totals 32-85 15-21 86.
CLEVELAND (89). .
James 9-20 2-4 22 Gooenr, 7-13 1-1 15
llgauskas 6-9 1-1.13, Snow 1-4 0-0 2
Paylovic 6-10, 1-1, 15, Jones 3-7 0.0
Marshall 2-7 2-2 6, Varejao 3-5 3-4 9
Totals 37-75 10-13 89.
Milwaukee 15 22 2623- 86
Cleveland 15 29 2223- 89
3-Point Goals--Milwaukee 7-20'
'(Simmons 3-8, Bell 2-4, Kukoc 1-1, Redd
1-6, Ford 0-1i Cleveland 5.18 iPaviovic 2-
3, James 2-7 Jones 1-4 Marshall 0-41
Fouled :Out-None Rebounds-
Milwaukee 53 iMagloire 11), Cleveland 45
(James 9) Assists-Milwaukee 18 (Ford
11i Cleveland 29 (James 121 Total
Fouls-Milwaukee 14, Cleveland 19..
Techn.cals-MiIwaukee Defensive Three
Second A-19 126 120562 '
Bobcats 119, SuperSonics 106
SEATTLE (106) "
Lewis 9-2'1 3-4 22, Collison 2-2 4-6 8,
SwiftO-20-050 "Ridnour6-14*5-5'18 Alien
12-22 4-4 3,1, Evans 1-32-54, Petro 3-3 02-
0 6, Murray 2-4 4-4 8, Wilkins 3-9 2-2 8,
Cleaves 0-2 1-21. Totals 38-82 25-32 106
CHARLOTTE (119)
Jones 9-17 2-5 23. Ely 11-16 1-1 23
Brezec 1-1 1-1 3 Knight 6-12 3-4 15
Felton 8-11 6-6 24. Rush 2-5 1-2 7.
Robinson 6-12 3-4 16 Voskunl 3-5 0-0 6
Carroll 1-4 0-02 Burleson 0-0 0.0 0 Totals
47-83 17-26 119.
Seattle' ,.22 32 1834- 106
Charlotte. 34 33 3022- 119
3-Poin,' Goals--Seattle 5-17 Allen 3-8
Ridrnior. '1-2. Lewis 1-5 Cleaves 0-1
Wilkins '0-11. Cnarlone 8-15 (Jones 3-7
Feltorn 2-2 Rsh 2-3 Robinsonr 1.1
Carroll '-0-21 'Fouled Oui-Jones
Rebounds-Seattle 47 iEvans 91.
Charlotte 49 (Jones Knight 71 Assists-
Seattle 21 iRidnour 9 Charlotte 29
iKniaht Fellon 91 Total Fouls--Seartlie 29
Charlotte 30 A--13.202 119 0261
NBA Team Statistics
Through Feb. 5
Team Offense


Phoenix
Seattle
Philadeiphia
Toronto
Miami
Dallas
Washington
Denver
Golden State
Detroit .
Sacramento
L.A. Lakers,
Cleveland-'.
L.A. Clippers.
Boston
Chicago
New York'
Milwaukee
Atlanta
Charlotte
New Jersey '.
San Antonio
Oflando
Indiana .
NO/Okla. City
Minnesota,
Houston
Momphis
Utah
Portland


G Pis Avg
475020106 8
474796102.0
4747261006
484806 100 1
4834800 1000
474687 9 97
454483 996
494878 996
464564 992
464541 98.7
S. .474634 98.6
474632 98.6
464532 98.5
454421 982
484661 97.1
S 464455 96.8
464446 96.7
'464431 96.3
464401 95.7
. 484554 .,4:9
45426 3 94.8
474430 94 3
454205 93 4
454183 93.0
464226 91 9
464178 90
474222 89.8
464125 89.7
48 4303 89.6
464115. 89.5.


WARRIORS.
Continued from Page 1B

stone was a nice drive to the
hoop and the last two points of
the night came off his own miss.
on a 3 from the corner.
'Ludwick followed the play
even as a Hurricanes player
grabbed the rebound and
picked off an errant pass for an
easy bucket
Neither of those plays would
have been commonplace to see
as early as two years ago.
While the guard will always,
be more known for his ability to
, hit a 3 from anywhere in his-
halfcourt (more on that later),
Ludwick now drives to the bas-
ket with much more frequency
and the numbers prove it
According'to Ervin, Ludwick
has hit over 60 3s this season but.


On the AIRWAVES


TODAY'S SPORTS
BASKETBALL
7 p.m. (ESPN) College Basketball Tennessee at Kentucky. (Live)
(CC) ,
7:30 p.m. (ESPN2) College Basketball St..Joseph'sat Villanova.
(Live) (CC)
9 p.m. (ESPN) College: Basketball Duke at North Carolina. (Live)
(CC) :,
BOXING
2 a.m. (FSNFL) Boxing Sunday Night Fights. Derek-Bryant takes
on Malcom Tann in a heavyweight bout. Also, Yanqui Diaz vs. Kirk
Johnson. From June 9, 2005. (Taped)
GOLF
11 a.m. (GOLF) Ladies European Tour Golf ANZ Masters Final
Round. (Taped)
HOCKEY
7 p.m. (FSNFL) NHL Hockey Florida Panthers at Washington
Capitals. From MCI Center in Washington, D.C. (Live)
7:30 p.m. (SUN) NHL Hockey Tampa Bay Lightning at New
Jersey Devils. From Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford,
N.J. (Live)
9 p.m. (OUTDOOR) NHL Hockey Chicago Blackhawks at
Phoenix Coyotes. From Glendale Arena in Glendale, Ariz. (Live)



Prep CALENDAR


TODAY'S PREP SPORTS
BOYS BASKETBALL
5, 6, 7:30 p.m. District Tournament at Belleview
Seven Rivers at District 1A-4 Tournament at St. John Lutheran
SOFTBALLL.
7:30 p.m. Dunnellon at Forest I


Te
Memphis
San Antonio
Detro .I .'
In anar,
Minnesola
Houston
Utah
NO/Okla; City.
Dallas
New Jersey
Cleveland
L A Clippers
Orlando
Ponland
M.amni
L.A. Lakers
Chicago
Milwaukee
Washington
Denver
Golden' State.
Sacramento
Boston
Charlotte
Phoenix
Atlanta,
Phi-ladelphia ..
New York
Toronlo
Seattle


Bryant, LAL
Iverson. Phi
James Clev
Arenas. Wa
McGrady H
Wade Mia
Pierce Bos
Anthony, De
Nowitzki Di
Redd, Mil.
Brand LAC
Allen Sea
Carter NrJ
Bosh Tor
Richardson
Hamilton D
Garnen Mir
Lewis, Sea.,
Marion Pho
Bibby Sac


am Defense


G Pts Avg
: 464002 87.0
'"- 474113 .87.5
: 464143 90.1
454096 91.0
S '..464202 91.2
474298 91.4
484446 92.6
464268 92.8
474386 93.3
454260 94.7
464380 95.2
454292 954
454305 95 7
464405 95.8
=0 484604 95.9
474572 97.3
464486 97.5
464516 98.2
454456 99.0
. 494854 99.1
464563 99.2
474674 99.4
484785 99.7
S. 484804100.1
474731100.7
464656101.2
474764101.4
464685.101.8
4864967 1035
: 4'475C0101066.


NBA Leaders
Through Feb.5 .'
Scoring,
G FG FT PTSAVG
45. 548 421 160735.7
il. 43 509 382144733.7
v 46 505 340 142831 0
sh 44 397 331 1231280
-ou 34 323 214 914269
46 425 3801235268
48 406 3501228256
an .4R 421 3651227256
all 418 291 1195254
373 275 1110252
"43 408 2641080251
4 383 177 1091248
4., 359 2661041242
48 382 3331097229
GS 42 360 144 956228
et 46 403 1721010220
nn 46 3872261007219
47 345, 237 101821 7
3e 47 413 129100921 5
47 348 194 99021 1
'FG Percentage


O'Neal, Mia.
Parker, S.A. ..
Wallace, Char .
Garnen Minn.
Curry. N Y
Bogut Mil
Kaman. LAC ,j.
Brand. LAC
Gooden, Clev, "
Abdur-Rahim, Sac.


FGFGA PCT
230 410 561
374 682 548
183 338 .541
387 718 .539
188 350 .537
177 332 .533'
i'199 377 .528
408 775 .526
190 361 .526.
.199 381 .522


., Rebounds .
.: G OFFDEF TOTA,.;G
Howard Orlf 45- 161 405 56612.6
B. Wallace Del '46 187"382 56912.4
Marion, Phoe.. 4 138 42.1 559 1'1.9
Duncan,.S.A. 47 128416 54411.6
Garnett, Minn. 46 106.413 519 11.3
Brarnd, CLAC .:43B 142'..302 44410.3
Jamison, Wash. 45 102 348 45010.0
Magloire Mil, 46 136 322 458 10.0
Webber, Prol 45 114 323 ,437 9 7
Kaman LAC 45 97 328 425' 9.4
Assists
G AST AVG
Nash, Phoe. .;'47 525 11.2
Davis, G.S. .44 409 '9.3
Billups, Det.' 46 390 8.5


over 100 two-point field goals.
Compare that to the 93 3-
pointers Ludwick hit as a fresh-
man.
'As a freshman, he started .off
as nothing but a perimeter
shooter," Ervin said. "He's pol-
ished his game so much since
then."
While Ludwick has shown
more of .a commitment to
defense and being a leader
each year, make no mistake that
the long ball is still his strongest
attribute.
With Bishop McLaughlin
playing a box-and-1, Ludwick
.was relegated to taking out-
side shots for much of the first
half.
"That's the 16th time he's
faced that this season," Ervin
said. "The difference is that he's
really matured as a player,
especially this year, and he
takes what they give him."


Knight, Char. 44 366 8.3
Miller, Den. 49. 400 8 2
kidd, N.J. 45 354 7 9
Paul N O. 45 345 7 7
Iverson Phil. 43 326 76
Matbury N Y. '7 41 282 69
Wade M.a 46 314 68
NBA Today
SCOREBOARD
Tuesday. Feb. 7
L.A Lakers at Dallas 18 30 pm EST):
The Mavericks are riding an NBA best 11-
ganme winning streak
STAR
'Sunday
Elton Brand Ciipper,"- scored 30
points in a 115-113 overtime win at
;Toronto. -
r MAKING HISTORY
The Los Angeles Clippers moved 11
games over 500 for the first lime in team
history after its 115-113 overtime victory at
Toronto on Sunday
DEBUT SPOILED
Jalean Rose had 16 points and 11 assists
in '-is New York debut on Sunday but the
Knickst ost 93-89, to Houston Rose was
acquired from .Toronto on Friday for
Antonio Davis
si'"" LUiMPING .
Nhew Y*ork. ha.~'aropped five straightl'Brid
11 of 12 after a 93.-89 loss to Houston on
Sunday. The Knicks have had losing
streaks of five games or longer four times
this season. ,
SPEAKING
";t's like whe- you smoke cigarettes.
you ve got to take that nicotine patch and
break Iat habit We ve got a habit of los-
ing right now. We need to get like, a nico-
tine winning palch We've got to break that
habit of losing because it can become a
habit Ron Aneit aher Sacramenlo s
98-78 win over Ulah on Sunday The Kings
haven t i losi at home since Jan 8. but are
1-6 on the road during that sirelcn


BASEBALL
Baseball America Top 25
DURHAM N C AP, The top 25
teams in the Baseball America poll with
records through Feb 5 and previous rank-


ing voting by the
Americal:

1. Clemson .
2. Florida
3. Georgia Tech
4. North Carolina
5. Rice
6. Oregon State,
7. Texas
.8. Tennessee
9. Cal State Fullerton
10, Missouri
11. Pepperdine
12. Tulane
13. Mississippi. State
14. South Carolina
.15. Florida State
16. Arizona State
. 17. Long Beach State
S18 rSan Diego
19 Stanford .
20 rkanas .
21. TCU
22. LSU
23. Mississippi
24. N.C. State
25. Cal Poly


staff of Baseball


Record
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-3
2-1
0-3
0-0
2-1
o0-0
0-0
0-0
3-0
5-1
3-0:
3-0,
'3-0:.
0-0
0-0
.0-0
0'-0
3-0,
5-1


All seven of his field goal
attempts were from beyond the
arc. and Ludwick hit three of
those, the last of which was a
gem.
The Warriors had the' ball
with 4.7 seconds :left and the
ball under their opponents' bas-
ket:
There wasn't a doubt as to
who would take the last shot
and Ervin drew up the half's
final play accordingly.
"I called a double screen for
Cory to get him a deep 3," Ervin
said.
Ludwick did get off an
attempt with less than a second
left from about five feet inside
the halfcourt line.
The shot hit nothing but net
Considering the difficulty of the
attempt, there wasn't much cel-
ebration Ludwick smiled and
got a high-five from, a teammate.
Maybe it was because his team


HOCKEY
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W LOTPts GF GA
N.Y. Rangers 32 15 8 72 176 137
Philadelphia 31 15 9 71 183 177
New Jersey 2821 6 62 159 158
N.Y. Islanders 2426 4 52 161 194
Pittsburgh 12 33 11 35 154 226
Northeast Division
W LOTPts GF GA
Ottawa 36 12 5 77 218 128
Buffalo 34 15 3 71 173 146
Toronto .' 2623 5 57 170 182
Montreal' 2522 6 56 154 173
Boston 2323 9 55 158 170
Southeast Division
W LOT Pts GF GA
Carolina 38 12 4 80 205 164
Tampa Bay 3021 4 64 165.153
Atlanta 24.25 6 54 189 197
Florida, 21 26 8 50 146 173'
Washington .19 29 5 43 149 201
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division
W LOTPts GF GA
Detroit 36 13 5 77 193 137
Nashville 3315 6 72 174 154
Columbus 2230 2 46 133 189
Chicago 1729 7 41 136 187
St Louis 14 31 8 '36 142 201
Northwest Division
W LOTPts GF GA
Vancouver 31 19 5 67 185 167
Calgary 30 17 7 67 143 138
Edmonton 29 18 7 65 178 165-
Coloraoo '2920 6 64 199 177
Minnesola 27.24 4 58 162 144
Pacific Division
W LOTPts GF GA
Dallas 36 15 3 75 175 141'
Los Angeles 30 21 5 ,65 187 179
Anaheim 25 18 10 60 155 148
Phoenix 2726 3 57 165 179
San Jose 2420 8 56 158 160
Two points for a win, one point for over-
lime loss or shootout loss
Sunday's Games
Carolina 4, Boston 3, SO
Montreal 5, Philadelphia 0
Monday's Games
Tampa Bay 3 N Y Islanders 2, OT
Ottawa 5 Pinsburgh 2
Nashville at Dallas 8 30 p m
Anaheim at Edmonton 9 pm
Columbus at Vancouver, 10 p.m.
Calgary at San Jose, 10:30 p.m.
Tuesday's Games
Florida at Washington 7 p m
Buffalo at Montreal 7 30 p m
Atlanta at Toronto, 7 30 pm
Tampa Bay al New Jersey 7 30 p m
Los Angeles al Minnesoia. 8 p.m
Chicago at Phoenix 9 p m
Edmonton at Colorado 9 pm
Wednesday's Games
Ontawa at N Y Rangers 7 p m
Los Angeles at Columbus, 7 p.m.
N.Y, Islanders at Philadelphia 7 p.m.
Boston at Pinsburgh 7 30 pm
Nashville at Derroit 7 30 p m
SAriaheim at Calgary 9 p rr
St. Louis at Vancouver 10 p m
Chicago at San Jose, 10 30 p.m. "8
Ughtning 3, Islanders 2, OT
Tampa Bay ..1t 0 1 3
N.Y. Islanders 0 1 1 0 2
First Period-1 Tampa Bay, Modin 23'
(Ranger. Richardsi 1 22. Penalties-
Pettinen NYI (interference) 3 18. Sopel,
NYI (hooking), 7 55. Taylor TB Iholdingi
11 10, Bates, NYI (hooking. 1338.
Campoii, NYI (hooking), 20:00.'. '
Second Period-2, N Y Islanders. Blake
20 (YorK, Satan), 14 14 Penalties-
Fedotenko TB double minor ihigh-stick-
ingi 6 56 Asham. NYI ihigh-stickingl.
11 03
ThI t 'Penod-3 N Y- Islanders' York 11
ISopel Salani, 9 19 4 Tampa Bay. St
Louis 18. (Boyle Modin) 1848
Penalties-None.
Overtime-5, Tampa Bay, Lecavaller 22
tSt Louis, Kubinai 405 Penalties-None
Shots on goal-Tampa Bay 8-6-7-3-24
fN Y Islanders 6-14-8-2-30
Power-play Opportunities--Tampa Bay 0
of 5 N Y Islanders 0 of 3
Goalies-Tampa Bay, Burke' 10-5-3 (30
shois-28 saves). N.Y. Islanders, DiPietro
18-17-3 (24-21). .
A-10 471116234) T-220
Referees-Tom Kowal Rob Shick.
Linesmen-Palt Dapuzzo Brian Murphy


TRANSACTIONS,
BASEBALL
American League'
BOSTON RED SOX-Agreed to terms
vwth SS Alex Gonzalez and OF Coco Crisp
on one-year contracts, Designated' 1B
Roberto Petagine for assignment.
TORONTO BLUE JAYS-Agreed to
terms with C Bengie, Molina on a one-year
contract. .
National League
COLORADO. ROCKIES--Agreed to
terms with Clint Hurdle manager, and Dan
O'Dowd, general manager on one-year
contract extensions through 2007. *-
NEW YORK METS-Named Sandra
.Van Meek director of market development.
PITTrSBURGH PIRATES-Agreed to
terms with INF Yurendell DeCaster on a
one year contract.
WASHINGTON NATIONALS-Agreed to
lerms with RHP A.ndrew Good, RHP
Anastacio Martinez, RHP Justin Echols,
RHP David Gil and OF Mike Vento on
minor-league conrIracis
BASKETBALL
SNational Basketball Association
CHICAGO BULLS-Signed F James
Thomasto a second 10-day contract.
CLEVELAND CAVAIIERS-Signed, F
Stephen Graham to a 10-day contract
FOOTBALL
: National Football League
GREEN BAY PACKERS-Named Eric.
Lewis assistant defensive coach and
Shawn Slocum special teams assistant.
ST, LOUIS RAMS-Named Nick Holt
defensive line coach, Judd Garrett tight
ends coach, Rick Venturi assistant head
coach and linebackers coach.


expected him to hit that shot.
"I've relied on him for four
years and that shot didn't sur-
prise me," Ervin said.
Pointing to a place roughly
eight feet behind the three-
point line, Ervin said, "You see
that spot? He's comfortable
shooting out there."
One more stat: Ludwick has-
n't been on a losing team as a
member of the Warriors. He
doesn't have to worry about that
this season, with his team 10
games over .500 this late in the
year
But he also isn't looking for-
ward to the year ending any
time soon.
"I definitely don't want this to
end," Ludwick said. "Our goal is
to keep going."
The Warriors play 6 p.m.
tonight in the District 1A-6 semi-
finals against First Academy of
Leesburg.


NASCAR
Continued from Page 1B

His 2003 run gave the team
the confidence it needed to go
after a title. It opened 2004 as
the team to beat, winning eight
races while spending most of
the season atop the standings.
But a late-season swoon forced
Johnson to fight his way back
into contention. He ultimately
fell eight points shy of the title
in NASCAR's closest champi-
onship race.
Then 2005 was supposed to
be Johnson's year. He came out
surging, leading in points for 17
weeks. But again his team fal-
tered, and ultimately wasn't as
solid as champion Tony
Stewart and his Joe Gibbs
Racing team. Johnson wound


STEELERS
Continued .from Page 1B

game win at Denver. Then.
after a bye week that drained
some of their momentum after
they won seven games in seven
weeks, they shook off
Roethlisberger's first poor
game in two months and a slug-
gish start to beat the Seahawks.
"It was ;Just tell us where
we're going next, just send us
off to another team,"' Cowher
said Monday "I think the guys
thrived on that. With all due
respect to Heinz Field, we just
kept going off(on the road)."
Cowher and his players felt
something special building
weeks ago, and so could Hall of
Famer Greene, who now works
in their personnel department
When Greene had lunch with
Cowher on Saturday, he looked
at the coach and said, "'You
guys got it, don't you?"
Cowher replied the team was
in a zone.It's a zone they didn't
leave even during some rough
times against the Seahawks
: that included two interceptions
thrown by Roethl isberger:
"We had a chance to make
history, and that motivated me
a little more," center Jeff
Hartings said. "You can make
history by going 16-0 and win-
ning the Super Bowl and we
did the opposite. We made his-
tory by winning as a sixth
seed."
They did so after Cowher
recited some American history
To motivate his players when
they were 7-5 and the playoffs
wee'ien doubt, Cowher related
and here's a never-before-
used coaching ploy -
Christopher Columbus' jour-
ney to America in 1492 and how



SEAHAWKS
Continued from Page 1B

out and overpowers you, then
you're like, 'Hey, we got beat'
But I think we beat ourselves,"
Bernard said.
So did most of his teammates
and even the perspective-
filled Holmngren.
"I know they're not OK with
it," the coach said of his players.
"I wanted them to keep their
heads up. There's no need to
apologize for anything. We lost
the football game and we lost it
because of the reasons you lose
most games ... mistakes."
The best team in Seahawks
history was in no mood to revel
in its accomplishments.'
"Nai, man," linebacker D.D.
Lewis said. "I thought aboutthat
last week
"I'll spend the next weeks
thinking about getting back
here."
And the Seahawks were still
stinging from a few officials'
calls that went against them,
such as Darrell Jackson's touch-
down catch that was taken away
by a penalty and a disputed TD
run by Pittsburgh's Ben
Roethl isberger.
"We knew it was going to be
tough playing against the
Steelers," Holmgren said. "But I
didn't know we were going to
have to take on the guys in the
striped shirts, too." "
The Seahawks have some
rock-solid building blocks to
pull that off: Three Pro Bowl
offensive linemen leading a bal-
anced and potent offense and a
young, fast defense.


But that foundation has two,
potentially gaping voids that
need filling.
Team owner Paul Allen, team
president Tim Ruskell and
salary-cap architect Mike
Reinfeldt don't face the possible
16 free agents they did a year
ago. But they do have the con-
tracts of league MVP Shaun
-Alexander and guard Steve
Hutchinson expiring.
If the don't re-sign Alexander
before March 3, he will become
one of the league's most coveted
free agents.
Can Seattle pay both Pro
Bowl players? Alexander led
the league with a team-record


up fifth in the standings after.
blowing a tire during the finale.
Who's to say things will bei
different this year? Knaus, for 2
one.
Knaus is widely considered-
the best crew chief in the
garage right now, a title that.,
can be both satisfying and stig-
matizing.
But in the midst of losing yet.
another title, Knaus realized.
something in him and his
inherited style had to change if
.he and Johnson were ever'
going to make it that final step. :l
"I think the worst thing that
could have happened to me
last year was that we led the-
points so early for so long, and:
I didn't want to give it up," he*
said. "I tried really hard to*
make sure we maintained that
pace all year long and I got
really tired."

many told him it was an impos-,
sible trip.
"There's a lot of people
telling you that you can't do it.
but, you know v.hat, that does-
n't, mean you don't. go try,"
Cowher said. "'Don't let your
journey be defined by history,
let your journey make history."
Bettis took his place in NFL
history by retiring as the.
league's No. 5 career rusher
after finally winning a Super
Bowl in his 13th season, and in
his hometown of Detroit. What
is still to be seen is how Bettis'
departure affects the team's
locker room "This is the clos-
est team we've ever had,"'
Cowher said and this team's-
future.
The core components are relp
actively young, which should
make the Steelers contenders'
for years: the 23-year-old
Roethlisberger, the youngest'
QB to win a Super Bowl; Willie
Parker, the running back who
starred for a Super Bowl cham-
pion after not starting in col-,
lege: Super Bowl MVP receiver
Hines Ward: All-Pro guard'
Alan Faneca: safety Troy
Polamalu; nose tackle Casey.
Hampton: linebackers Joey.
Porter and James Farrior:
"This will make coach
Cowher even hungrier," defen-,
sive end Aaron Smith said. "He-
will enjoy this, but come next
season he'll be even hungrier
to get back here."
And while Cowher cited'
Columbus to inspire his team,i
maybe he also should have,:
quoted Robert Frost's poem
"The Road Not Taken."'
Frost wrote: "I took the road.
less traveled. by, and that .hasr!
made all the difference.".' I":,
The Steelers took the road.
less traveled, too, and what a
difference it made.

1.880 yards rushing and a,
league-record 28 touchdowns
before Pittsburgh held him to95',
yards and out of the end zone.
He is expected to command.
over $20 million in a signing'
bonus alone. Agent Jim Steiner.
said last week the two sides.
remain so far apart in figures,
he can't predict where-
Alexander will be playing in
2006. *
Late Sunday, Allen didn't
sound worried about Alexander-
leaving. -
"As I said before, I am optiP
mistic about that," the Microsoft '
co-founder said in: the&
Seahawks' locker room.
"Obviously, there will be discus-
sions with his agent over the',
coming weeks."
Hutchinson and his, agent,
Tom Condon, may aim for some- '
thing approaching the $20 mil-.
lion in total bonuses Seattle,
gave perennial Pro Bowl left-
tackle Walter Jones last offsea-.
son.
Hutchinson, on his way to his
third straight Pro Bowl, said last
week he expected to return. The..
Seahawks have a fallback plan,
they could use to keep him. -
Since they have already;
promised Alexander they would
not use their lone franchise des-.,
ignation on him this offseason.
as a condition to get him signed
for 2005, the Seahawks could
use that tag and its mandated,,,
one-year contract to keep
Hutchinson for 2006.
Holmgren said that next sea-
son offers "hope."
"As far as the window of2
opportunity and where a team'
is, this is a young team here,'"
Holmgren said on his way out of


Detroit "The key individuals"
are young and have a few more -
years of really good productivity
"The organization is in good"
hands. Things are in place.
There's no reason to think that".
now we've got the taste of it a lit-
tle we can't continue this for a,
while."
But for Holmgren and his
frustrated Hawks, such opti-
mism will have to wait
"I'm not going to look ahead
for a little while," Holmgren
said, still stuck on his second
loss in three Super Bowls as a
head coach.
"I'm going to hibernate for a
few days somewhere."


TuEsDAir, FEBRLj,Ry 71 2006 3B:


SPORTS


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Smworrs


9*5 UESDAYl, IS.BRUARY /, .4uV


Rich history in bowling


Don Rua
LOCAL
BOWLING


Local retiree still

going strong on

the local lanes
Have you ever heard of
the Greater Citrus
United States Bowling
Congress Association?
If you're a bowler in the
area you should have. If you
bowl in a sanctioned league
you are a member of it
whether you know it or not. It
is the managing association
for sanctioned bowlers and
events, and every bowler who
bowls in a league is required
to be a member, or be certi-
fied, to bowl.
Most bowlers are probably
aware of the group, but some
newer ones may not.
Newer bowlers may not be
aware that when they paid a


$14 annual membership fee,
the fee was split between a $6
local portion and an $8
national fee. Both amounts
are used for the association's
operating expenses and
awards.
I found out about the associ-
ation from its associate man-
ager Bob Hacker. Hacker
knows bowling; it has been a
major part.of his life. He has
participated in league play
since he was a 16-year-old in


1945. Which
means he's
been bowling
for 60 years
stead ilyy,
except for the
four years he
was in the U.S.
Navy.
Originally
from St. Louis,
he retired
from the
postal service
and moved to
Florida in
1988. As the
result of annu-


your bow

no idea w

involved i

a league




on what it take


al visits to visit his mother-in-
]a%% in Inverness, Bob and his
wife decided that they wanted
to retire here.
He currently bowls in four
leagues a week and three dif-
ferent "houses," in addition to
being the secretary for two of
the leagues. He said it's been
this way for much of his life.


He also was drawn behind the
scenes early on as well.
"I just love the game,"
Hacker said, "I had to get
involved in the background.
Most of your bowlers have no
idea what all is involved in
making a league work. It's fas-
cinating, and'a lot of work by
some dedicated people."
Hacker .is amazingly hum-
ble about' his .game. He has
one sanctioned 300 game
under his belt, and has rolled
three more on
the side.
MIost of When asked
about his per-
lers have fect game,
Hack er
vhat all is laughed and
m K g replied,. "It
in main doesn't matter
how many you
e work. have, you still"
get butterflies
in the last
frame. When I
Bob Hacker bowled mine,
s to run.a bowling my wife came
league. upto me in the
10th and told
me to just remember "feet
slo. ... follow through.' It did
the trick."
He says he has held every
office imaginable in bowling.
He carries between a 190 and
200 average and has a high
series off 772.
"Any decent bowler can get
in a zone and have a perfect


game, but it takes real talent
to roll an 800 series.," Hacker
said.
He has also bowled in 29
national tournaments, 18 state
tournaments, and bowls in
every county tournament
held. He has been associated
with and worked behind the
scenes with the association
for the 18 years he's been in
Florida. Besides all of his
time involved 'in bowling,
Hacker is also a starter ranger
at one of the Black Diamond
Ranch Golf courses.
All of the people involved
with the association are vol-
unteers. They maintain all the
records of the bowlers in the
county, give awards for spe-
cial accomplishments and are
big supporters of the youth
bowling in the area.
They host tournaments for
charitable causes and to
award scholarships to promis-
ing young bowlers. They have
donated over $1000 to hos-
pices over the past three
years, with money raised from
these tournaments. Besides
the entry fees, they rely on
sponsors to help reach their
goals. Their next big tourna-
ment is coming up this month.


I Don Rua. Chronicle
Bowling correspondent, can
be reached at
donruat1gmail.comi


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


LOCAL BOWLING RESULTS:


Manatee Bowl
Cruisers Bowling League
Handicap Men Denny Iverson 684
Women Nikki Sennott and Patti Otenbaker
653
Scratch Men Barry Daniels 225 Women
Patti Otenbaker 184 ,
Sportsmen's Bowl
Sunbowlers Senior League.
Men Jack Edge 211, Warren Aplin 523
Women Marty Roberts 191, 499
Monday Night His and Hers league
Men Chuck Utz 265, 678 Women Sandra
Bryant 200, 576 .
Tuesday Night Firstnighters
Jeft Hiciey 238 657
Wednesday Morning Early Birds
Kris Moore 197 515
Thursday Afternoon Hits and Misses
Men Don Wykoff 202, Ed Powers 511
Women Sarah Adams 202 503
Thursday Night Pinbusters
ichelle ,ise 255 546
Friday Afternoon Kings and Queens
Men Ted Crites 193, 547 Women Phyllis
Aplin 192, 463 .
Friday Evening Friday Nighters
Men Mike Lowe 247 630 Women Susan
Healy 227. Joanne DeSomma 551
Saturday Morning Youth League
Boys Ryan Fulls 193 468 Girls Kim,
Wrightson 159 461
Beverly Hills Bowl
Hills Gang Senior Mixed
Handicap Men Norman Baumann 284,
689 Women Dot MacKenzie 253. Joy Wall
680
Senior Men's League
Scratch Peter Heeschen 245 Tom
Chees 676
Parkview Lanes
Monday Night Specials
Handicap Men Ken Goodenough 284.
728 Women Stepnanie Flory 302 766
Scratch Men Ken Gooder ough 257
Women Stephanie Flory 232
Preserve Pinbusters
Handicap Men Don ArmsIrong 235 632
Women Bessie Skill 247 654
Parkview Seniors
Handicap Men Tom Calverley 233 Don
Ballard 621 Women Frances Secell 239
679
Ladies Classic
Handicap Mar Conklin 247 703
Scratcr. Myla Wexler 209


Late Starters
Handicap Men Tony Chipurn 242. Boo
Pilkinton 649 Women Arlene Healon 232'
640
Wednesday Night Men
Handicap George Barlow 290 Jim
Randle 754
Scratch Jim Randle 259 721
Women's Trio
Handicap Jane Terrell 254 704
Scratch Jane Terrell 225, 617
Holder Hotshots
Handicap Men Andy Cun.s 299. 801
Women Sherry Hirt 285 748
Scratch Men Robert Hyatt 254 686
Parkview Owls
Handicap Men Ray -lallenbeck 267. Rcir
Lee 748 Women Jeanene Lee 264. 718'.
Scraich Men Ted Rafanan 235, 664
VWomen Lon Cquera 221 -
Bowlers of the Week
Men And Cunrts., 141 pins over his aver-
age
Women Sitephanie Flory 130pn-i over
ner average
Parkview Lanes Weekly News
SATURDAY STRIKE-A-MANIA
RESULTS: The tourney winner was Los
Campbell who rolled an 856 series includ-
ing a 300 game Rick Rollasonr, was second
with 838 also within a 300 game and Ives
Cnarvez finished inird even though he had
two 300 games The 8.pinr NoTap Siri.e-A-
Mania is ejer, Saturday night at 6 30prn,
and Ine cost is $12 per person
VALENTINE'S NOTAP DOUBLES: The
annual .Valentine s Day Tourney will be
Sunday February 12 The celebration will
begin itr, a special meal ai 1 30pm and
ne bowling wil sial around 2pm There
will be favors ior the ladies special music.
and a lucky person wil win a free round of
golf at Pine Ridge Country Club The cost
is $26 per couple and reservatorn must
be made by Friday Feoruary 10
RIZZO'S PIZZA GOLFBOWL DOUBLES:
Saturday February 25 is the date of the
Rizz, s Pizza GoitBowl Doubles The golf
scramble begins al Twisted Oaks Country
Club with a shotgun sian at 1 30pm then
continues with three games of' pest frame
bowling at Parkview Lane: The team first
prize ii 1100 based on 20 teams and
there are individual prizes in both golf and
bowling A special drawing will determine
Ike ariner of a free round of golf at Twisted
Oaks Couniri Club Trhe cost is $30 per
person and must be paid by Wednesday,
February 22


New tourney to


benefit


Eric van den
Hoogen
SM TENNIS


It is never too early 'to starl
talking about the next tennis
touniment. especially one
that is a mLxed doubles only
event
The American Cancer Society
Charity Benefit Tennis
Tournament at Citrus Hills'
Skyview Tennis Center will be
held on April 8-9. The event will
be mixed doubles fonnat A. B.
C, & C (60+) divisions, The entry
fee is $20 per person. Prizes
include awa-ds for Nwinners and
runners-up in each d i\ision.,
All proceeds go to the
American Cancer Society
The tournament will be held at
the Skyview tennis club at Terra
Vista in Citrus Hills. The dead-
line for entries is Wednesday,
April 5. For more information,
contact tournament director
Bruce Payne at 746-00.
Monday Night Ladies Doubles
League
The standings as of last week:
Brooksville Kick Butt, 43; Black
Diamond, 37; Brooksville Aces, 30;
Bicentennial Babes, 29; Citrus Hills
Court Defenders, 27; Sugarmill
Woodsies, 26; Pine Ridge
Racqueteers, 26; Love Inverness, 22.
Citrus County Tuesday
Women Tennis Leagues
The standings as of last week:
Sugarmill Woods, 46; Skyview, 31;
Crystal River, 27; Black Diamond, 23.
This league is geared towards the
3.0 and 3.5 level players. New play-
ers, regulars or subs, are always wel-
come. To sign up or for information
about this league, contact Char
Schmoller at 527-9218 or e-mail
schmoler@atlantic.net.
Senior Laies Tuesday 10 League
The standings as of last week:
Riverhaven Ospreys, 25;Riverhaven
Gators, 23; MeadowcrestAces, 22;
Citrus Hills, 22; Crystal River, 20;
Meadowcrest Racketts, 20; Pine.
Ridge, 19; Riverview, 17; Sugarmill,
12. For information about this league,
contact Myrtle Jones at 341-0970 or
e-mail mbj30@netsignia.net
Thursday Morning Citrus
Area Doubles League
The standings as of last week:
Citrus Hills Swingers, 71; Citrus Hills.
Aces, 57; Skyview, 52; Pine Ridge
Mavericks, 50; Sugarmill Oakies, 47;
Crystal River YoYo's, 41; Crystal River
Racqueteers, 39;Bicentennial Babes,
36; Pine Ridge Fillies, 26; Sugarmill
Sweetspots, 12. For information
about this league, contact chairperson
Gail Sansom at 746-4455 or bsan-
som@tampabay.rr.com.
Citrus County Men's League
The league started on Feb.
2nd.For more information contact
Rick Scholl at 382-0353 or e-mail
rscholl@atlantic.net.


charity

The Friday Senior Ladies Doubles
3.0- 3.5 League
The standings as of last week:
Meadowcrest Swingers, 36:
Riverhaven 25: Pine Ridge
Mustangs, 23; Meadowcrest Love,
22; Pine Ridge Colts, 18: Crystal
River, 18, Sugarmill Woods, 9; Citrus
Hackers, 8.
If you want to field a team (four
players per team with a maximum of
six) for the 2005-2006 season, or you
want to be a sub, contact Betsy
Dykes at 795-5299 or Lucy Murphy at
527-4239 or e-mail wjlrmurphy@xtal-
wind.net
Eric van den Hoogen, Chronicle
tennis corespondent, can be reached
at hoera@juno.com


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thine better than
A;L buying a pair of
shoes and that's a big if-
it's busing them on sale.
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thighs look huge They don't
shrink in the dryer: They
don't ride up when you sit
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the roll around your mid-
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night waiting for them to
call. They won't ever stand
1 you up or break your heart.
And one can never have
too many, especially in
black
"I probably have 60 pairs .
of shoes four pairs of golf
shoes, high heels in every
color, although I never \wear
heels, but I have a full set -
just in case," said Inverness '
shoe lover Sandra Fikes. "I
have about six or eight
ai pairs of black shoes,
because you need satin
shoes and leather shoes
and some that are dress.\
and less dressy."
Of course.
"There are only two kinds Torri Lilly displ
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said as shec
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AMERICAN
CANCER
SOCIETY


FDA OK


given


to drug
The U.S. Food and
Drug Administration
tFDA) recently ap-
proved a new "targeted"
cdrug called sunitinib or
Sutent for use against two
types of cancer, gastroin-
testinal stromal tumors, or
GIST, which is a rare form of
stomach cancer, and ad-
vanced kidney cancers.
The approval covers the
use of sunitinib for GIST
patients whose disease has
progressed or who are
unable to tolerate treatment
with Gleevec, the current
standard therapy. Like
Gleevec, sunitinib is a tar-
geted therapy that attacks
only certain parts of cells.
Both drugs are tyrosine
kinase inhibitors, but the
new agent attacks more than
one target to deprive tumor
cells of the blood and nutri-
ents they need to grow.
In an early look at study
data, researchers found that
sunitinib delayed the lime it.
-takes for tumors or new
lesions to grow in patients
with GIST, according to the
FDA statement. Specifically.
the median time-to-tumor
progression for patients
treated with sunitinib w\as 27
weeks, compared to six
weeks for patients w\ho
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GIVE YOUR FEET A TREAT
According to the Amenrcan Orthopaedic Foot andi Ankle
Society, a suree, or 356 women foundd that almost 90 percent
wore sh:,e too small for their feet, and 80 perc-ent said they had
fool protblerris. uch as buriiorn,. hammertoes, buni riettez, Cin-.
and other dialbing foot problems.
Also, women have about 90 percent of .urgeries for these foot
maladies, costing the American public at least $3 5 billion lor
-urger, ard 15 muillonr lost ork da.,s annually
Here are some suggestiors on proper shoe ht from the AOFAS.
* Don't select shoes by the size rnarked inside the shoe tr,
them on and ludge the shoes .,' ho..', they ft r or th feet.


is they have an exact count of the M Select a shoe that conlornms as nearly as possible to the shape
longerr" shoes in her closet, she o your foot.
knows where each pair is 0 Measure! i
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es: They Right now the sandals are Stand and walk in the shoes; there should be 3 8. to 1 2. incr,
and she in the back and the boots space for your longest toe.
e. ar e in the forefront. e Make sure the ball of your foot fits comfortably into the widest
he buy Not all these shoes ae part 'ball pocket) ot the shoe.
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SSA caught in middle Genes are just too simple


I t seems that the government's new of the HHS. However, under the dictate
: Medicare prescription drug law is of part of the Medicare Modernization,
getting its enrollees, Improvement and
pharmacies and insurers in Prescription Drug Act of
order. These three partici- 2003 (MMA), the SSA was nbt
pants were never the cause only brought in as sole
of the Part D fiasco it was determiner of claim-
always the underprepared :- appeals, but also as sole
system itself. determiner of benefit quali-
After all, the departments t ... fications fqr sonie 20 million
of Health Human. Services Medicare enrollees.
S (HHS) and the Center for Whoa! What does this
Medicare and Medicaid exactly.mean to the people
Services (CMS) had only 25 Dan'Rohan of this nation?
months to organize this pro- SENIOR Let us just take the SSA
gram for "we the people." ADV CATE problems: Before .MMA, a
And let us not forget the ADV'C E beneficiary's Medicare
already overworked, under- intermediary could handle a
staffed and ill-schooled, on this particu- denied Medicare claim, and this has
lar law, Social Security Administration been the process.for,40 years. Indeed, it
T(SSA). u t C M P s *.. "
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Editor's note: In part five of his Theoretically, desirable qualities can
seven-part series about agriculture and be introduced into the genetically mod-
health, Dr. Ed Dodge examines ified species, makingthem more useful
biotechnology. to humans. It is an enticing-
s biotech our hope? .-- vision, but one with deep
Recognizing the damage flaws.
being done to planet Many genetically engi-
Earth, Robert Shapiro, then ; neered plants and animals
CEO of Monsanto, said the ? have been created in
practices of industrial agri- .. research labs. But corn has
culture were not sustain- ', *-, i genes from soil bacteria
able. fused into its genetic code to
Instead, we are told, make it toxic to many
biotechnology will lead us insects. Transgenic soy-
into a new era of safe and Dr. Ed Dodge beans have genes to make
abundant food. Genetic PASSION them resistant to Roundup.
engineering, biotech's cen- FOR HEALTH Amals have been given
terpiece, was developed genes to improve their
during the past few decades. growth or modify their dis-
It consists of grafting genes from one ease resistance.
species into the genetic code of another
species. Please see DOoGE/Page 6C


Dr. Sunil Gandhi
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bone loss

My patient, age 75,
%was diagnosed with
a backache. A com-
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had metastatic prostate can-
cer to the bone. He was start-
ed on Lupron injections for
three months.
His prostate cancer is
under good control, and his
PSA is less than 0.1.
However, my further workup
revealed that he has osteo-
porosis.
Bone is living and growing
tissue, made mostly of colla-
gen and calcium phosphate.
This combination makes
bones flexible, strong and
able to withstand stress.
Bones grow to adult size dur-
ing adolescence, but they
continue to change through-
out the lifespan.
Most people think that
osteoporosis is a disease of
women. This is a myth. After
menopause, when estrogen
levels decline in women,
they are particularly prone
to osteoporosis. Generally,
men have larger, stronger
bones than women, and they
do not experience the poten-
tially bone-weakening hor-
monal changes that women.-
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-Pulse-light therapy: Rationale for observing renal cancers


M ore than 30,000 new
Is it dangerous cases of renal cell
cancer (RCC) are diag-


P ear Lillian, It was a
pleasure to read your
advice. I definitely
aant to. try spa treatment for
inyhair.
I'd like to ask you about
facial "pulse-light therapy".
Can it be dangerous as any
laser procedure?
Do you do it in your
place?
I am 47 years old
and wish to do
something with my
face before next
summer- nothing
radical, but more
effective than using .
cream.
Sincerely, Lillian
Natalie ASK L
Dear Natalie: I'm .
so happy that you enjoyed my
advice about the hair spa treat-
ment Your hair will love you.
To. answer your question
about the facial "pulse-light
therapy" Wow! This is an
amazing procedure that is very
popular in large cities.
I have been looking into it to
offer at my salons. This therapy:
promotes cell growth to the'
skin similar to plant photosyn-
thesis. This procedure is used
for many treatments, such as:.
wound healing and promoting
human tissue growth, promot-
ing collagen production,
increasing circulation, increas-
ing lymphatic system activity,
reducing the appearance of
aging and fine lines, generat-
ing heat and increasing blood
circulation and temporally
relieving joint and muscle
pain.,
The light therapy system is a
non-invasive, painless proce-
dure that requires absolutely
no down-time. The average
price of this procedure is about
$100 for a 30-minute session,
with results on the first treat-
ment.. To complement the
advantages of light, therapy,
you can also use the ultrasonic
skincare system that offers a
deep cleaning method for
facial pores.


Hearing loss
Audiologist Kenneth Booher,
M.S, F-AAA, will discuss how
hearing loss is assessed and the
new advancements in hearing
technology that can help us hear
better. Booher is the audiologist
fvith board-certified ENT specialist
jeffrey Marcus, M.D., a member of
the Citrus Memorial active medical
itaff.
a The program will be at 1 p.m.
Wednesday in the CMH Audi-
forium. The.free.program is open
o the public. Registration is
required by calling 344-6513.
Reserved parking for the program


Audiologist
Dan Gardner M.S.
33 years experience


This system uses ultrasonic
wave motions to turn the clean-
ing liquid into a vapor that
emulsifies and washes away
debris in the pores and easily
removes aged surface skin.
The benefits are 'that it:
increases skins metabolism,
diminishes the
appearance of wrin-
kles, removes aged
surface skin and
deeply cleans the
facial pores. Your
basic .skin care is
very important as
well.
A great ingredient
,for exfoliating .the
Knipp aged skin is glycolic
ILLIAN acid. Many derma-
tologists recom-
mend this to potential skin
cancer patients to remove skin
that may become dangerous
and cancerous.
Good luck to you Natalie; I
hope that I have given you
some helpful information.
Hair tip of the month:
You might be having a little
static cling in your hair with
the winter weather The
heaters and thicker clothing
such as sweaters often cause a
static feeling in the hair. The
solution is to put a small
amount of conditioner in your
hand and blend it through your
dry hair. The conditioner
smoothes the hair cuticle and
decreases the static feeling.


Lillian Knipp is an
internationally trained hair
designer, makeup artist,
skin-care specialist and
fashion designer. A former
model, modeling agency
owner and Citrus County
business owner, Lillian's new
advice column welcomes
questions from women and
men of all ages who need
help with hair, fashion, skin,
style and creating their
'unique look


will be available in the hospital's
"Q" parking lot, on the opposite
corner of Grace Street and
Osceola Avenue. ..
Healthy cooking
The Community Service
Department of the Seventh-day
Adventist Church will sponsor a
health lecture and Wellspring
healthy cooking classes.
Dr. Phillip Collins from Asheville,
N.C., will speak about "How to
Cure America's Major Killer."
Collins has practiced preventive
medicine for 26 years. His presen-
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States. The detection of small
incidental renal masses has
increased in the past two
decades because of the wide-
spread use of body imaging
modalities as generalized
screening tests. As a result,
nearly 40 percent of
the surgical proce-
dures for renal
tumors are per- Ip
formed on lesions -
less than 4 cm in
size.
Standard therapy
for !a suspected
renal cell carcino-
ma is surgical,
including open and Dr. Tom
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approaches with TOI
partial and total
n eph re c to my
options, as well as advancing
newer techniques such as
cryoablation, radiofrequency
ablation and extracorporeal
ablation technologies. How-.
ever, operative treatment may
not be plausible in all clinical
circumstances. A recent arti-
cle in the Journal of Urology
examined available data on
the natural history of
observed solid renal masses.
The clinical diagnosis of
RCC is based' on radiographic
findings that include ultra-
sound, CT-scan and MRI. Solid
lesions on ultrasound as well
as those that enhance on


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cross-sectional imaging are
considered malignant until
proven otherwise. The benefit
of percutaneous biopsy of
solid enhancing lesions is lim-
ited and rarely changes clini-
cal management.
While surgical' therapy
remains the cornerstone of
treatment, some patients may
be poor candidates or unwill-
ing to accept the
Bl risks of surgical
therapy. Median
age at RCC diagno-
sis is about 65
years. As patients
age, compelling
health risks may
S,^ affect overall
y longevity more sig-
tr e nificantly than a
Stringer small or incidental
OGY untreated, enhanc-
lAY ing renal mass.
Reports on the
practice of observ-
ing renal masses at significant
risk for malignancy are limit-
ed. With the absence ofguide-
lines, both the physician and
the patient assume a calculat-
ed risk when the treatment
choice is observation, espe-
cially in the absence of patho-
logical confirmation.
The recent Journal of
Urology review analyzed data
from 1966 to present, in
regards to untreated,
observed, localized solid renal
masses. Variables examined
included initial lesion size at
presentation, growth rate,
duration of follow-up, patho-


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er the excess water and sodium have an increased risk of heart
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taking estrogen. and blood- clots. The risk of
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.logical findings and progres-
sion to metastatic disease.
Collectively, 286 renal lesions
were analyzed. Overall mean
initial lesion size was 2.6 cm.
Eighty-six percent of the
lesions followed were less
than 4 cm. Lesions were fol-
lowed for a mean of 34 months
and grew at a mean rate of 0.28
cm annually. Of the 286 lesions
reviewed, 131 had pathologi-
cal information available with
92 percent of those malignant.
The, mean growth rate of
pathologically confirmed RCC
variants was significantly
greater than lesions for which
observational therapy was
continued. .Progression to
metastatic disease was noted
in three patients representing
1 percent of the total number
of lesions followed. Data did
not suggest a significant corre-
lation between lesion size at
presentation and the growth
rate.
S.It is now recognized that
RCC is a heterogeneous dis-
ease from its inception. The
heterogenicity is reflected in
its, clinical course. Forces
arguing. against observation
are ,the relative low risk of
anesthesia, expanding surgi-
cal options, including nephron
sparing, ablative, laparoscopic
and percutaneous approach-
es,: the ineffectiveness of sys-
temic therapy and the uncer-
tain biological potential for
untreated masses. Underlying
an- argument for observation,
particularly in the elderly


patient with comorbidities, is
the slow indolent growth'rate
observed in the analysis of a
small cohort of patients.
No definite protocol for
radiographic follow-up of
renal lesions exists, since it is
not the gold standard of thera-
py. However, the imaging
modality used should be con-
sistent and be performed with
contrast agents to evaluate
enhancement characteristics.
Prior studies should be
assessed by direct compari-
son. More frequent imaging
should be performed during
the first 24 months. Once the
lesion has demonstrated size
stability, the follow-up interval
can be cautiously extended.
Given the limitations of cur-
rent data, the only justifica-
tion for observation should be
competing health risks.
However, it would appear that
many small incidental lesions
of the kidney have a slow nat-
ural-growth rate and low,
metastatic-risk potential. This
allows the physician and
patient to choose observation
as a calculated risk for non-
treatment.'


Thomas F. Stringer, M.D.,
FACS, is president of Citrus
Urologv. Associates. president
of the Florida Urological
Society and a, clinical
professor in the Division
of Urology at the University
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SHOES
Continued from Page 1C

shoes are from the '80s and
'90s, from when I was in West
Virginia.
"I wear them and keep hav-
ing new heels put on them,"
she said.
Lilly said her fondness for
shoes stems from her child-
hood in West Virginia.
"I grew up poor," she said,
"and I had a pair of red canvas
shoes, like Mary Janes, and
they were ugly Those were the
only shoes that I owned."


She said that one Saturday
she and her mother had gone
into town and the movie
"Sleeping Beauty" was playing
at the theater.
"I wanted to see it so bad, but
my red shoes were worn out,"
she said. "So I had to choose
between getting a new pair of
red shoes or going to the movie.
"I knew my mom wanted me
to choose the shoes; that was
the right thing to do," she said.
"I guess growing up like that,
always wanting nicer shoes I
think things that happen to you
in childhood shape the way you
are when you grow up." .
Lilly said. she has foot prob-


lems, not from wearing high
heels, but from her years as a
ballet dancer.
Oh, my achin' feet
Shoes don't cause foot prob-
lems, said Inverness podiatrist
Thomas Matysik, DPM. "That's
a common misconception," he
said.
But take a bad foot, and ill-
fitting shoes will make existing
problems worse, he said.
He called the current style of
pointy, pointy toes "across the
board bad," with high, high
heels and platform. soles
almost as detrimental.
"Style shouldn't be a consid-


eration when buying shoes," he
said, "but ..."
He said the best shoe, foot-
healthwise, should have a
rounded, roomy toe box and a
lower heel.
"If you don't do anything
else, get your foot measured by
someone who's qualified," he
said. And fit to your largest
foot
He suggested that shoe shop-
pers trace their feet on a piece
of plain paper and take it to the
store with them.
"Put the shoe you want to
buy on the 'foot,' he said. "If
you can see the trace line, that
means the shoe's too small."


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DODGE.,
Continued from Page 1C

Transgenic organisms are
not confined to research labo-
ratories. Many have been
released to "improve" our
world.
In essence, we have, all
become part of a gigantic
experimental model, the out-
come of which cannot be con-
fidently predicted by anyone.
Dr. Barry Commoner, senior
scientist at the Critical
Genetics Project at Queens
College, CUNY, explained
why in an article, "The
Spurious Foundation of
Genetic Engineering," pub-
lished by Harpers Magazine in
2002. We have far too few
genes to account for our com-
plexity This totally under-
mines the premise of genetic
engineering. Genes alone ido



ROHAN
Continued from Page 1C

is the process today. A
Medicare intermediary is the
private insurance company
that processes and answers
questions about your claim.
The name, address and tele-
phone number (always toll-
free) of the private insurer
that processes your claim and
that is your first recourse for
final determination of said
claim is clearly indicated on
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more than 85 percent of bene-
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the beneficiary. One must be
aware that if the intermedi-
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don't stop here.
Before I go further, allow me
to say the intermediary does
not gain by the process of


not explain the vast inherited"
differences between different
species. We are tinkering with
complex sets of factors that
scientists do not yet under-
stand.
Genetic engineering raises
other L scientific concerns:
Undesirable qualities could
be moved accidentally .from
one species to another.
Genetic flow between plant
species occurs in the wild.
Roundup resistance can flow
from transgenic crops to wild,
plants.
A few weed species already
have become resistant, turn-
ing the goal of weed control
'into a potential agricultural
nightmare. Many other scien-
tific questions remain unan-
swered.
Genetic engineering raises
ethical concerns. When com-
mercial profit drives research,
what happens to scientific
objectivity?. Is it ethical to


denying a claim, nor should a
beneficiary push a clearly
unwarranted .payment of a
claim. An intermediary can
sometimes actually take that
extra step to help you, despite
recent Medicare rules ,and
regulations. On the whole,
intermediaries are far more
knowledgeable than those at
the other end of the Medicare
hot line.
The first point is that once
denied by the intermediary, if
you or your medical providers
believe that the intermediary
has erred in its determination,
what next?
Well, before MMA, you or a
representative could proceed
with your claim at some 140
SSA offices. This has changed,
and now there are only five
Medicare judicial determiner
regions, and, to effectively
take your claim to that next
step, you will speak to a video
camera!
MMA also allocated addi-
tional monies tor SSA to sift
through some, 20 million
Medicare beneficiaries to find
the ones who qualified for
MMA Part D subsidies. This
allocated money would not
affect your S.S. money, but it
was to assist the SSA with its
most legitimate increase irn
administrative costs.


patent seeds so that poor
farmers become criminals.by
saving harvest seeds for the
next year's crop? Why does
the industry exert major
efforts to keep genetically
modified foods from being
labeled?
Who knows? Yet, industrial
agribusiness is leading us, like
a vast army of guinea pigs, into
a brave new world that nobody
understands.
The biotechnology industry
promotes itself'as the ultimate
answer for all the l)roble ims of
industrial agriculture. The
truth, as one careful reviewer
has noted, is that far from
being the solution, it is a
major part of the problem.


Dr. Ed Dodge is a retired
Inverness physician.
Visit his Web site,
tiw.passionforhealth.info.


If you call the 'SSA hot line.
you have about, a 60 percent
chance of reaching someone.
The 140 or so field offices are
averaging more than 50,000,
additional visits by citizens
per day during the. past five
months.
The same Congress that
twisted arms for MMA has cut
the SSA's administrative budg-
et by $200 million in 2006. "
'The compromise is to shelve
disability claim reviews! !
Keep my green. tea wdrm,
and I will talk toyou next
week.


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Mother shocked by son's abusive girlfriend


D ear Annie: I am the mother of a abuse is about controlling someone
19-year-old son who is being else, but your son never got this mes-
abused by his girlfriend of one sage. Mention your own experience to
year I explain this to Neal, and
"Neal" is a freshman in urge him to get help through
college, and his girlfriend is The Domestic Abuse
a senior in high school. '.'T Helpline for Men at '1-888-
During the past six months, 7HELPLINE (743-5754), or
she has beaten him quite a Stop Abuse for Everyone at
few times. He will call me safe4all.org.
crying, asking for advice, but Dear Annie: My daughter,
whatever I say, he responds, "Vicki," is an accomplished
"But I love her" professional in her 40s. She
I want to give her a piece' has many fine qualities, but
of my mind, but Neal thinks one behavior has driven me
that will make things worse. to the breaking point.
I know he is a man now, but I ANNIE'S We live on opposite coasts,;
still want to protect him. He so most gifts I give her are
often calls me after one of MAILBOX through the mail. The only
their fights, while he's walk- way I have of knowing they
ing home from her house in the middle arrived in good condition is for her to
of the night on back roads. What if there tell me. She never does. I have told
is a snowstorm? He could get hit by a Vicki countless times that this is incon-
car or freeze to death. siderate and irritates me no end, but
When Neal was younger, he saw me she doesn't care. Often, when I ask her
being abused. It wouldn't have sur- if she received a gift, she will say, "I
prised me to see one of my daughters in think maybe a package arrived a while
an abusive relationship, but I never ago."
thought it would happen to my son. Vicki says if she didn't ask for the
What can I do? Scared Mom in New present, she has no need to thank me or
York tell me if it arrived. She says if I handed
Dear: Scared: Abusers .come in both it to her in person, she would thank me
genders, and your son needs to recog- promptly. When I told her that from now
nize that nothing he does will change on, gifts would stop if she didn't change
his girlfriend's behavior. She must want her inconsiderate behavior, she said I
to change and be willing to get profes- was being dictatorial.
sional help. We wouldn't count on it. I'm tired of being treated this way by
As an abuse victim, you know that my only child. Ignoring the problem is


not an option. Any recommendations?
Camarillo, Calif. -
Dear Camarillo: Sure. Stop sending
'gifts to Vicki. If she asks why, simply say,
as sweetly as you can, that you are sav-
ing them.for when you can hand them to
her directly, because you would hate to
send something she didn't want or like.
Don't let her use emotional blackmail to
be both rude and greedy.
Dear Annie: I read your column on a
daily basis, but I was insulted by your
advice to "Hairy Legs," the .young girl
who wanted to shave her legs. You rec-
ommended speaking with her mother,
her aunt or an adult friend, yet you
ignored her father.
. I have a 12-year-old daughter While I
may not completely understand her
point of view, I did have a mother, grew
up with a sister and am married to a
woman. Surely I can advise my daugh-
ter on a good razor to use to shave her
legs. -'A Caring Father
Dear Dad: You are absolutely right
that many fathers are quite capable of
helping, but young girls often find it too
embarrassing to ask Dad about such
private matters and prefer to ask anoth-
er female. So, all dads out there, please
make it clear to your daughters (and
sons) that they can talk to you about pos-
itively anything.
Annie's Mailbox is written by Kathy
Mitchell and Marcy Sugar. E-mail ques-
tions to anniesmailbox@comcastnet, or
write to: Annie's Mailbox, P.O. Box
118190, Chicago, IL 60611.


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Your Birthday: The year ahead could be an
extremely favorable one for you where romance is con-
cerned. Both you and the one you love, or a person
you'll meet, are apt to be on the same wavelength.
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) Your. better qualities
will be evident today and others can't help being drawn
to you. But what they like the most is that the example
you set is also bringing out the best in them.
Pisces (Feb. 20-March 20) This is one of your
better days to entertain at your place persons to whom
you're either obligated socially or those you'd like to
know better.
Aries (March 21-April 19) Something quite
hopeful is developing for you, and you may get your
first inkling of what it is today. A friend or associate in
whom you place considerable trust might be involved.
Taurus (April 20-May 20) You are particularly
capable of achieving important objectives today, espe-
cially those involving finances or your career.
Gemini (May 21-June 20) Whatever it is that you
set your mind to do today will be well within the realm
of possibility.
Cancer (June 21-July 22) This is the day to take
on any perplexing problems that may have been con-


Times subject to change; call ahead.


fronting you for some time. You'll be especially adept at
solving tricky predicaments or mysterious situations.
Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) The right types of com-
panions, especially those with whom you have strong
bonds, can help put your spirit and mind in excellent
balance today.
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Actions you take today
will call attention to you in the eyes of those who are in
positions to further your professional interests.
Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) What makes you so
popular today is when dealing with others you'll do so
with both authority and compassion..
Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Your efforts will be the
most rewarding today when you engage in situations
that can improve the lot of those you love. Let your
heart direct your actions and you'll make this the case.
Sagittarius (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) Those inclinations
you feel today to treat others in a fair and generous
fashion will prove to be the most advantageous course
you could follow.
Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) This is a day that
holds large profitable possibilities for you, especially in
areas where you earn your money by the sweat of your
brow. The harder you work, the more you accumulate.


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NEAR HWY 488
AND SUNSETVIEW
Female Black dog Call
352-425-9489






Bankruptcy l
SNa re. Chage
Childvopprce
I Wils
S Invemess....... .. 63740221
iCL &iloas.llo 795-5999i

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


REAL ESTATE CAREER
SSales LIc. Class m
I $249.Start 2/14/06
CITRUS REAL ESTATE I
I SCHOOL, INC. i
S01(352)795-0060


"R CITRUS COUNTY


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




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





AIRPORT RIDE
(352) 746-7129
Orlando & Tampa




Arabic Language
Teacher wanted for
private lessons Beginner
Call 746-5923
Investor Looking
to team up with
Realesiate Agent
(727) 232-0612




Burial Vault. Fero
Memorial Gardens,
.erl, 1-rl: Hearll I
SFcIrna-' +rue r F1l o
2. J':, c'BC'
(352) 726-1077
Fountains Mem. Gdns.
End to end Mausoleum
(352) 746-2691.
after 6p.m.





3 YR. OLD
PRESCHOOL
TEACHER
NEEDED
(352) 795-6890

CHILD CARE
PROVIDER
Mon Fri, days, Two chil-
dren. Must have own car.
(352) 400-2039
NANNY
Needed full time, not,
,II 6r -,,_ l..r.
352-6 f 3-5396






Accounts
Receivable
Fast growing co.
seeking Immediate
employment for an
exp. A/R professional.
This position req.
excel. analytical &
organizational skills. In
this position, you will
be responsible for
A/R, Collections, &
also filling in for data
entry clerk when
needed. Interested
applicants please
submit resume to
OMP, P.O. Box 148,
Crystal River, FL 34428

Data Clerk
Growing co. is looking
for detail oriented
data entry/phone
clerk. Position requires
excel, organizational
skills, ability to
multi-task,
Exceptional alpha &
numeric Input skills, &
basic accounting
knowledge. Excel.
phoneskills req'd.
Interested applicants
please submit resume
to OMP, P.O. Box 148,
Crystal River, FL 34428


JOBS GALORE!!!
www.AAA
EMPLOYMENT.NET

Office
Assistant

Full Tinm.- i-i,r,- .
c m,:T,|.,jl i :1111. a
ITu t '.-..:1 e.sping
helpful, Apply in
person: CMD
Industries, 1586 N.
Meadowcrest Blvd.
Crystal River

Receptionist
30 hours per week.
Temporary for CPA Firm
during tax season.
Fax resume to: (352)
503-4154



















BECOMING YOU
SALON
NOW HIRING ALL
POSITIONS

(352) 344-2820

F/T HAIR STYLIST
Immediate
,Opening
Up to $850 hr to start.
Call Cindy: 637-7244

HAIR DRESSER
WANTED
Labellas Hair & Nail
Salon (352) 341-5043





























NOW HIRING
Creative professionals
for all salon locations
at the Villages.
Hairstylist
Nail Artist
Estheticlans
:* Massage Therapist
Salon Coordinator
Benefits Include:
Health Insurance,
AFLAC, Dental, 401K,
Paid Vacations,
Hourly Guarantee,
Paid Well Days,
Educational Benefits.
Apply at
3400 Southern Trace
The Villages, Florida
or apply on line at
www shearexpress.
cam (352) 753-0055

Rent/Commission
Beauty Salon
Call.(352) 795-2511 or
(352) 794-4150










LICENSED PRACTICAL
NURSE
(Full Time)
GREAT BENEFITS
Paid Vacation,
Holidays, Health
Insurance & 401K
Quals: Grad from an
approved school of
nursing with a
certificate as a LPN.
Must be licensed In
the state of
employment.
A valid drivers license
Is required.

Call for Into at:
(352) 527-3332
M-F 8:30 AM -4:30 PM
M/FiVET/HP
E.O.E. Drug Free
Workplace


4 MED TECH PT 4
With Phone triage
S and Cardiac
Medication
experience. Eve-
nings, Mon, Wed.
and Fri. 4-8pm
Fax Resumes to
(352) 726-5038,
attention Bobble

CNA's
If you are ready to
brighten up your
Scare ,i kir, .:.ur -
cor in a .31I.e-1d
team.
We now have an
opening on 3/11
and 11/7.
*Full-time
*Competitive wages-
*Pay for experience
Shift Differential
*Bonuses
*Tuition
Reimbursement
*401K/Health/
Dental/Vision
Apply in person
Arbor Trail Rehab
611 Turner Camp Rd
Inverness, FL
EOE

COOKS/FT
Must be
knowledgeable of
therapeutic and
m.:.diried .diel In a
rlur.in.g r.a e erir.g
rl.:f ha.- aoc.' "
eri.J ..orlr,.I .vi
the elderly.
Please only
O.,ic u arplr IIc orIs
reea a)ppi,

SURREY PLACE
2730 W. Marc
Knighton Ct.
Lecdnto
No phone calls


Dialysis
Opportunities
Fresenius Medical
Care,
Seeking RN's, LPN's,
PCT's for Inverness
--Dialysis Center.. Exp....-
preferred. Will train
motivated, reliable
Individuals. Excellent
benefits. EMT,
Medical Assistant
background a plus
for PCT Apply: FMC of
Inv. 1510 Hwy. 41 N.,
Inverness,-FL..-.. .-
(352) 637-0500 dr fax
resume: (352)
726-9199 Attn: Jody

DME + Pharmacy
Billion for Medicare
Medicaid
Full time with excellent
Benefits. Send resume
to Blind Box851P,
Chronicle, 106 W. Main
St. Inverness; FL 34450
'EARN AS YOU LEARN
CNA Test Prep/CPR
Continuing Education
341-2311/Cell 422-3656

FLOOR TECH
Avante at Inverness,
a skilled nursing
facility, has an
Immediate job
opening for a Floor
Tech, experience
with buffing and wax-
ing Is preferred but
not
required. Avante
offers excellent
benefits package for
full time staff.
Please apply In
person at:
304 S. Citrus Ave.,
Inverness






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


*FT PTA

A+ Healthcare
Home Health
Sign on Bonus,
excellent benefits,
Great pay rates
rkeefer@accumed
homehealth com
352-564-2700


LPN & Scrub Tech
PRN Excel. Salary &
benefits; Fax Resume
(352) 527-8863

LPN/MA
Doctor's office.
Previous brtho. exp.
req'd. Please mall
resume to Citrus
County Chronicle,
SBlind Box 933M
1624 N. Meadowcrest
Blvd., Crystal River,
FL 34429

Medical
Receptionist
Requires professional
appearance,
communication &
previous scheduling
experience. Prefer
-knowledge of -
insurance. F/T.
Fax resume to
(352) 746-0720 or
call (352) 527-6699

Neck & Back Care
Center

We're Growing!
Great salary, hours,
benefits, & bonus!
NOW HIRING
PHYSICAL THERAPIST
& ASSISTANT
OCCUPATIONAL
THERAPIST &
ASSISTANT
LICENSED MASSAGE
THERAPIST

(352) 527-5433
PODIATRIC
MEDICAL ASSISTANT
32 Hr. Per Wk. Medical
Exp Preferred. Fax
Resume: (352)489-6920
PT DIETARY
POSITIONS
AVAILABLE
Must be able to. work,
flexible hours, am, pm
shifts, some cooking .
exp, helpful but will
train right person,
Only hard working.
serious- minded
pers,:.:;rr. need oappl,
itpply al.
Cypress Cove
Care Center
700 SE 8th Avenue
Crystal River, FL 34429'
EOE/DFWP



Must be
knowledgeable of
.therapeutic and
modified diets in a
nursing home setting.
r.1 i,,i r. o .....
:.rilari.:.r. ;: t1: ana
enjoy working with
the elderly.
Please dnly
serious applicants
need apply.
SURREY PLACE
2730 W. Marc
Knighton Ct.
Lecanto
No phone calls
S please

Registered
Medical Assistant
For F/T position.
Previous back office
exp. req'd. Pleasant
work environment.
Excel. pay w/ benefits'
beginning after 90
days. Fax resume to:
352-746-0720 or
Call (352) 527-6699

RN/LPN
11-7 Shift
Come Join a great
team
We offer excellent
benefits:
*401 K/Health/
Dental/Vlslon,
*Vacation/Sick Time
Apply In person:
Arbor Trail Rehab
611 Turner Camp Rd
Inverness, FL
EOE
RN/LPN/MA
Accepting Resumes
FT / PT / PRN positions.
Primary care / pain medi-
cine physician office.Need
to be muture & dependa-
ble, hardworking & be
able to follow directions.
Submit resume with sala-
ry requirements & position
interested in. Fax to:
352-746-1972.


SF/TRN
I Exciting position for
experienced RN In. I
c growing Specialist
Care Medical Office.
m :re -r. -,r m..:l
Ji'll. Email resume
to marieliAs
Stampabay.rr.com

X-RAY TECH
Part-time and PRN
available. Call
1-800-557-87 ext. 154.

-RI


Cindy Chevrolet
Is accepting
applications for the
following positions:


*ASE Technician
*Shop Porter
*Quick Lube
Techs
*Sales
Consultants
Full time, 401K,.
Benefits
EOE, DFWP
Apply In Person
Cindy Chevrolet
4135 E. SR 44
Wildwood, FL

CITY OF BUSHNELL
APPRENTICE
LINEWORKER
The City of Bushnell is
currently accepting
applications for the
position of
APPRENTICE
Ll JEWCo'ERP
p ip&llcr.', nru l
rr." eetll r .eic..irng
.r 'quirem.er.L
:h:..cal iirer.gir. ard
ogillr, to cIImt. pole'.
ar.a perform hea,.
manual work under
Inclement weather
conditions,
Demonstrated ability
to learn skills and
knowledge
requirements of a
Jc..urrno,mar. Line
.orikcr incluaiig g
routine construction,
maintenance and
repair of both
overhead and
underground electric
distribution systems.
High School graduate
... or.SGED. Class B
commercial 'drivers
license. Ability to
C.-ror.)1x r.-.s.,
equipment desirable.
This position also.
r d.il poil u I.brl
Wola r .3r.,3
Wastewater.Utilities,
Any Interested party
:I,.ul. Inquire at and
U lTli lan
employment
.application to,
Bushnell City Hall,
,located at
2i i lf.l.2 'ei 1ireer
SBu:rreil Floridao
telephone
352-793-2591.
The position Is open
until filled.
:EOE/ADA

r EDUCATION '
COORDINATOR

for Newspapers In
Education Program.
Works with teachers
and schools to
develop and
Implement program,
Also works with
funding. Part Time
Independent
Contractor position.
Excellent
opportunity for
someone wanting
part time work who
has a basic Interest
and knowledge of
Citrus County
schools.
Contact Cheryl at
352-564-2903.

LIC. REAL ESTATE
AGENT FOR
BUILDER NEEDED
Excellent pay, big
inventory, brand new
homes. Provide
resume & apply in
person Tuesdays &
Friday at:
4246 E. Arlington St.
Inverness


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 ..
341-4633
(TDD: 1-800-545-1933 ext 347) 4WOE" |


ORGANIST.
NEEDED
Oneweekly
contemporary/
blended service.
North Oak Baptist,
Citrus Springs
(352) 489-1688.


REAL ESTATE CAREER
SSales Lic. Class
S$249.Start 2/14/06
CITRUS REAL ESTATE 0
m SCHOOL, INC. |
(352)795-0060 _




Seeking Applications
for

AD DESIGNER

Full time position.
Re..pon:ibilil;i;
Srvp&,-enng designn
ar. pr.orr.,.aina qo
r.,.pa ,er aai,"
or Pr.-.,r'r.,.:,p
QuarkXpress of
MultiAd Creator
desired. Typing speed
and accuracy are
a must.
Application deadline:
Feb. 9, 2006
ECE o,'ja :,ucrr,
Applicant deri.n




Crystal. River 344.29






BAKERY HELP,
& PKG & DELIVERY
EARLY MORNINGS
Apply Monday Friday
before 10am at
Cryst211 N.PineAver 3442nv.

*BARTENDERS
SPKG & SERVERS &

'COOKS
--E-xp, preferred. High.
volume environment.
COACH'S Pub&Eatery
114 W. Main St., Inv.
11582 N. Williams St.,
Dunnellon EOE













'BREAKFAST/
LUNCH COOK
EXP. Only
*FT/PT WAITSTAFF

Apply at DECCA
at OAK RUN
7ml off 1-75.on
SR 200 West,
applications
accepted
8am-12 noon,
Mon-Thurs., call for
more Information
352-854-6557.
Decca Is a Drug Free
Workplace.EOE


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

DISHWASHER/
PREP COOK
PT SERVERS
EXP BARTENDERS
Previous applicants
need not apply.
Seagrass Pub & Grill
10386 W. Halls River Rd


COOK $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
Reliable & LCT WANTS O
Experience. $9.00/hr LCT WANTS YOUH
Aoply in person.
Slon's Inn I mmedlate
589 SE Hwy 19 processing for OTR
Crystal River drivers, solos or
teams, CDLA/Haz.
Exp. Line Cook required Gr.31
Wait Staff ecr.er.ii
99-04 equipment
Apply at: CRACKERS Call Now
Applyat:CRACKERS 800.362-0159 24 hours
BAR & GRILL
Crystal River FRAMERS
HUNGRY HOWIE'S $$$ Local $$$
Pizza & Subs 352-302-3362

Now Hiring Inside Air Conditioning
Store Counter Help & Installer
Delivery Drivers'
Beverly Hills, E r. irnialier ... *EP;
Crystal River Cad r.ede r.r ,..ll
& Dunnellon e.tabillnea
Locations, company; Good pay.
FT/PT Positions Please call
Available. Drivers (352) 746-2223 to'
earn upto $15/hr schedule Interview.
rw/tips: .
Appl, in periorl ci
pr, o[i'.,ir, g ALUMINUM
.locations: INSTALLERS/
11371 N Williams St. GUTTERS
Dunnellon
3601 N Lecanto Hwy.
Beverly Hills MUST HAVE CLEAN
Suncoast Hwy. in DRIVER'S LICENSE
Kash n Karry Plaza Cail:(352) 563-2977
Crystal River BOXBLADE
Server, Bar Tender OPERATOR
& Food Runner E*. .rc.A wir, .-Ioari
j3r,.ir.n rec,.:.r., oll
Apply in person 621-3478 ar,.p
Bella Oasis
4076 S. Suncoast Blvd. Budd Excavating
Homosassa
SERVERS KITCHEN Dump Truck
& HEAD COOK Driver/Equipment
Exc. Pay scale. peraor
Apply alt: Fisherman's Class A CDL required.


Kesiaurant. 1231. E Gulf
to Lake Hwy, Inverness
352-637-5888 ,
STUMPKNOCKERS
RESTAURANTS
Po-;llci.rng .311bor.
-'pplI, I pc r:.:.ri :rl / ,
Downtown 'Inverness
State Road 200n





New Home Sales
Master Closer
needed for fast grow-
iga builder Le-ad. ga-
lore ... c-aullrul "
models & Inventory
homes to sell. Builder,
reputation is second
to none Great loca-
tlonsi Send resume to
losers@
tampabay.rr.com

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) 634-4720

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

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

SALES POSITION
AVAILABLE
Exp. Required
J.D. Smith Pest Control
(352) 726-3921

SALES POSITION
AVAILABLE
Exp. Required
J.D. Smith Pest Control
(352) 726-3921
SALESPERSON
* Carpet, Ceramic, Wood
Sales, experienced
preferred. Williams Floor
Store 637-3840


Front End loader exp.
or Glade Tractor OpF
Good Opportunity, .
Growing Company.
(352) 400-2793

CARPENTERS
-(FRAMERS):.'-
Join Ire largest
irorrming Co
Ir. Ire ~ail e
Bel .lrone,
Es;s Place ,.
*. o.ance ouriue
Eceilernl Ber., fl .

Call Bai" 352-279-1709
OR
Carpenter
Contractors of
America. Inc.
1-800-959-8806

CARPET HELPER
*E.. PEIIE tDCE "
f.ILI. Ili.lE W.l11 ..
C- 5I'I,1 ' 4-- .1 ,1 LIFT
352-684-4590
CDL DRIVERS
E ., -rr ..llr. ':l."an
.*rl.ir,.. rC.:CO ra *:,11 .
621-3478 r.-.,p

Citrus Hills
Construction Co.
Due to Our Sustained
Growth we
Are Seeking
Production Oriented,
Self Motivated
Professionals to
Join Our #1 Team
-Carpenters
*Bobcat Operator
*Concreter/ Mason
*Punch Techs
Offering Local,
Steady Work,
Competitive Wages,
Excellent
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
preferred but will train
the right person.
Drug Screening.
We offer great pay,
benefits, 401k,
vacation & holidays,
Mid State Concrete
Williston
(352) 528-1020 or fax
(352) 528-1022


655172


AD DESIGNER


Full time position. Responsibilities:

Typesetting, design and proof reading

of newspaper ads. A working

knowledge of PhotoShop, QuarkXpress

or MultiAd Creator desired. Typing

speed and accuracy are a must.

Application deadline: Feb. 9, 2006.

EOE,. drug screen required for finaL applicant.
Send resume & cover letter to:
HR@chronicleonline.com
or
1624 N. Meadowcrest Blvd., Crystal River, FL 34429











CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2006 10
Trde E oe7
Litib Jt^s


COMMERCIAL
METAL FRAMERS,
HANGERS &
FINISHERS
BENEFITS AVAILABLE
DFWP
746-7410

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

DELIVERY DRIVER

A Building Supply Co.
Looking for exp'd
1 Building Supply Delivery
4 Driver w/Class A or B
CDL. Heavy lifting
required. Mon Fri
7AM 5PM. Paid
vacation, holidays,
* Insurance & 401K
P 352- 527-0578, DFWP
Delivery Drivers/
, Warehouse

i Class D Uc., clean
"- record, Exclusive
Enterprises is seeking-
quality, motivated,
Individuals, to deliver
and Install appliances
for a nationally known
w appliance retailer, the
more you do; the more
S you make, apply in
person at:
1501 SW 44th Ave.
Ocala, 352-351-3131

Delivery Tech
For Home Respiratory
:Co. Full Time with
p benefits & vehicle.
i Fax resume to ASAP
Home Respiratory
(352) 751-5306

DEPENDABLE &
EXP'D MASONS


-Needed. Transp. a must.
Competitive pay.
(352) 860-2793


%e:(

""i*


Driller's Assistant
Needed, long hours,
clean Class D lic &
driving record, paid
holidays & vac.
352-400-0398 before 9p
DRIVER
Class A/B for small
trucking company to
run dump truck local
within the Tri County
Areas. Must be self
motivated &
reliable. Start pay
$11.00/hr or
percentage +
benefits.
(352) 799-5724










ENTRY LEVEL
MECHANIC
WANTED
Must have own hand
tools. Salary depend.
on exp. Call Manny
(352) 746-1226

EXP. FRAMERS
Local work
(352) 302-4512
EXP. PAINT & BODY
PERSON NEEDED
Must be good painter
726-2139 or 637-2258
Exp. Roof Coatings
Installer
I. llu:l h.3 d; .rs lic, &
C.1 irujg r. s Good
pay. Some out of town
work req'd. Exp. &
serious inquires only.
Call 489-5900


EXP. REPAIR
PERSON
Exp. in all phases of
roofing. Must have
own tools & truck.
AAA ROOFING
563-0411 or.
726-8917
Exp'd Plasterers,
Apprentice; Lathers
& Non-Experienced
Laborers Wanted
Steady work and paid
vacation.Transportation
a must. No drop offs.
527-4224, Iv msg.
EXP'D PLUMBERS.
Drivers Lic. Req.
352-637-5117







FRAMERS,
LABORERS &
SHELTERS WANTED
Most tools supplied.
Call .Butch
352-398-5916
FT Aluminum/Glass
Mech. Trainee
Construction exp.
helpful, must have valid
FL Driver's Lic.
EOE/DFWP
Call Weber Glass
(352) 795-7723 M-F 8-4
HEAVY
EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
For site Prep
Company. Must be
self motivated &
reliable. 30-50K
Plus benefits.
(352) 799-1485


FRAMERS, LEADMEN
& HELPERS

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

HEAVY
EQUIPMENT
MECHANIC
Needed for Road
*Construction
Company.
Must have min. of 5
yrs. exp. working
w/diesel equipment
& valid driver's
license. Great
company w/good
pay & benefits.
Call (352) 797-3537
EOE/DFWP















IMMEDIATE OPENING

QUALIFIED
RESIDENTIAL
ELECTRICIAN
Min 2 yrs. Exp., Good
driving record req, ,
Insurance, paid Sick,
Holiday & Vacation
Apply in person
S&S ELECTRIC
2692 W. Dunnellon Rd.
CR-(488) Dunnellon
746-6825
SEOE/DFWP


IMMEDIATE OPENING

QUALIFIED
RESIDENTIAL
ELECTRICIAN
Min 2 yrs. Exp., Good
driving record req.
Insurance, paid Sick,
Holiday & Vacation
Apply in Person
S & S ELECTRIC
2692 W. Dunnellon Rd.
CR-(488) Dunnellon
(352) 746-6825
EOE/DFWP

INSULATION
INSTALLER
Experience
preferred, will trail
Must be ambitious.
driver's license
required. Benefits.,
Call Crystal River
Office at:
Apply at 6044 N.
Tallahassee Rd. CR





JOHNSON'S KIA
Is looking for a exp.
Body Tech. and
JOHNSON'S PONTIAC
Is looking for an exp.
Service Tech.
Both jobs come with
great pay, benefits
and hours.
For more Info. call
Brent Johnson at
352-564-8668

LAKE COUNTY
COMPANY NEEDS

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


W eDABNET
ESTIMATOR
20/20 knowledge
Sumterville area.
(352) 793-2396
LAKE COUNTY
COMPANY NEEDS

UNDERGROUND
UTILITY PIPE
LAYERS
352-267-5352
DFWP

LEAD MECHANIC
For large growing
fleet of garbage
trucks. Top pay +
benefits. Your own
tools a must!
Apply in person
FDS Disposal
423 W. Gulf to Lake
Hwy, Lecanto (352)
746-0617 DFWP

MASONS &
MASON TENDERS
Steady Citrus Co. work.
$10/hour to start.
Start Immediately
352-302-2395

MECHANICS
& DIESEL
MECHANICS

F/T. Must have own
tools, clean driving
record and hold a
class B lic. Knowledge
of cdn6rete mixers
preferred but not
necessary.
Drug Screening.
We offer great pay,
benefits, 401k,
vacation & holidays,
Mid State Concrete
Williston
(352) 528-1020 or fax
(352) 528-1022


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MASONS &
LABORERS
352-529-0305
MASONS &
MASON TENDERS

TOP PAY
(352) 400-1802
Painter

One position, 5 yrs. exp.
Transportation/phone.
Dependable. Citrus/
Inverness Area +
(352) 726-1882
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) 634-4720

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

EXP PLUMBER
starting Wage
between 16-18/hr.
I ALSO HELPERS
* Benefits, Health,
Holidays & Paid
SVacation. 621-7705

R&R Technician
ASE Certified
General
Maintenance
Good Pay, Clean
. r.. .: ;.I : .IIr ,- 1 :

benefits available.
(352) 344-0411


REPUTABLE SWIMMING
POOL COMPANY
Seeking .

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


PLUMBER
Exp. In trim work. Drivers
Uc. req. (352) 726-5385

SERVICE
MANAGER
Full Time Position
Installing water
treatment equip.,
Plumbing experience
helpful. Competitive
earnings, must have
clean driving record.
Please fax resume to
(352) 621-0355
or Call Bob
(352) 621-0403


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60FT BUCKET TRUCK .
JOE'S TREE SERVICE
All types of tree work
Lic.& Ins. (352)344-2689
Split Fire.Wood for Sale
L A TREE SURGEON
Uc.&lng. Exp'd friendly
serv. Lowest rates Free
estimates;352-860-1452
AFFORDABLE,
A_ DEPENDABLE, :
HAULING CLEANUP,
,,r PROMPT SERVICE I
I Trash, Trees, Brush,. I
Appl. Furn, Const, .
SDebris & Garages
352-697-1126 '

SAll Tractor & Truck Work,
Deliver/Spread. Clean
t Ups, Lot & Tree Clearing
Bush Hog. 302-6955
,DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Hauling,Cleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852
D's Landscape & Expert
Tree Svce Personalized
design. Cleanups &
Bobcat wibrk. Fill/rock &
Sod: 352-563-0272.
JOHN MILL'S TREE SERVE
Trim ftop remo"al
352-341-5936. 302-4942
LAWNCARE-N-MORE
I 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
PAUL'S TREE &
_- CRANE SERVICE
-- Serving All Areas.
i Trees Topped,
i 1 Trimmed, or
Removed.
FREE ESTIMATES.
Licensed & Insured.
(352)458-1014
SR WRIGHT TREE SERVICE,
tree removal, stump
grind, trim, ins.& Lic
#0256879 352-341-6827


Your W\orld
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STUMPS FOR'LE$$
"Quote so cheap you
won't believe it!"
(352) 476-9730



COMPUTER'
TECH MEDICS
Hardware & Software
Internet Specialists
(352) 628-6688
Cooter Computers Inc.
Repair, Upgrades, Virus
& Malicious software
removal (352) 476-8954
PC Troubleshooters
We clean, optimize
PC's Call for in home
appt. Ask for Mark
(352) 219-7215




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




vChris Satchell Painting'
& Wallcovering.AII work
2 full coats.25 yrs. Exp.
Exc. Ref. Lic#001721/
Ins. (352) 795-6533
A- 1 PAINTING Int/Ext
Res/Comm Satisfaction
guaranteed Lic29349
(352) 697-9427
All Phaze Construction
Quality painting & re-,
pairs. Faux fin. #0255709
352-586-1026 637-3632
CHEAP/CHEAP/CHEAP
DP Pressure Cleaning
& Painting. Licensed &
Insured, 637-3765
Gary Ouillette Painting
& Handywork Quality,
affordable, Lic 30001
Free Est. (352) 860-0468
George Swedlige
Painting- Int./Ext.
Pressure Cleaning- Free
est. 794-0400 /628-2245
INTERIOR/EXTERIOR
& ODD JOBS. 30 yrs
J. Hupchick Lic./Ins.
(352) 726-9998
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
I Total Pool Care I
Acrylic Decking
352-464-3967


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M-1
Pressure Cleaning
Painting, Handyman,
Rental unit restoration
A-D- 5f0: '726-9570
Rooert Lovel;ng
Painting Inc

LC PI 1,-(3524>346-9032
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Dr. oll T-eduring,
-airiiri ,r,,i Tile work.
?0,'yr e"p 344-1952




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




Does your car have
rust, dents, need paint?
I do quality work at
voir location 220-9056


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



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




BATHTUB REGLAZING
Old tubs & ugly
ceramic tile Is restored
to new cond. All colors
avail. 697-TUBS (8827)




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




4 LOVING CARE V
That makes a
difference. Will care
for elderly person in my
home or yours 24 hr.
care. Louisa 613-3281
Elderly Care in my
Dunnellon home,
In home Medical Care
(352) 489-5447
Exp. Caregiver will care
for seniors in my Ig.
home. With meals'M-F
Julie (352) 503-3460


We Will Take excellent
care of your loved ones
in our home. Check us
out! (352) 628-7993
Will care for your loved
ones in my Dunnellon'
Riverfront home. (352)
489-5447/522-0282




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




CLEANING. Reliable,
affordable, Weekly,
bi-weekly, monthly
Joy, 352-601-2785 cell
Dennis Office Cleaning
and Floor Waxing
17 years experience
352-400-2416, 465-0693
HOMES & WINDOWS
Serving Citrus County
over 17 years. Kathy
(352) 465-7334
Post 'Contruction to
Residental/Cam-
merical. Exp. & Lic.
(352)637-1497/476-3948




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




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




Additions/ REMODELING
New construction
Bathrooms/Kitchens
Lic. & Ins. CBC 058484
(352) 344-1620
LINGS PLUS
Trim & Finish
Contractor. Lic/Ins.
99990003893
(352) 344-1982
(352) 361-7714
ROGERS Construction
Additions, remodels,
new homes. Most home
repairs. 637-4373
CRC1326872




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 Qualitfy
WorkLow Prices, FREE
Estimates: 220-2913
Mike Anderson Painting
Int/Ext Painting & Stain-
: Ing, Pressure Washing
also. Call a profession-
al;' Mike,(352)-464-44l8 !
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








Richie's Pressure
Cleaning Service Lic #
99990001664. Call
746-7823 for Free Est.



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#1 IN HOME REPAIRS,
paint, press.wash, clean
roof&gutters, clean up,
haul #0169757 344-4409
A HIGHER POWER
Ceiling fans,
Lights, etc.
Lic. #999900022251
422-4308/344-1466
AAA HOME REPAIRS
Maint & repair prob-
lems Swimming Pool
Rescreen99990000162
352-746-7395

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

Andrew Joehl
Handyman. General
Maintenance/Repairs
Pressure & cleaning.
Lawns, gutters. No job
too small! Reliable. Ins
0256271 352-465-9201

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, Lic. #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


NATURE COAST HOME
REPAIR & MAINT. INC.
Offering a full range of
services, Uc.0257615/lns.
(352) 628-4282 Visa/MC
Pressure Cleaning
F.j.iir,ir.:i Horl,, Tor,
I'- lt,31 ijril r- l,-.r 1i,7,r,
#73490256567 726-9570
.Wall 8 Ceiling Repairs
Dr,i .. ll T-,1jrir.g
Palntlng,.V1nyl. Tile work.
30 yrs. exp. 344-1952


A+ ItElMNULUOItSi
Plasma -TV's Installed.
A/V Equip & more
-1.3 "7AA.-nflA1


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

Appl., Furn. & Trash
Removal, Moving?
YOU CALL ...I'LL HAUL
Larry795-5512, 726-7022
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
SMALL LOCAL MOVES
Appliance pickup, trash
removal, low rates, Sr,
disc, Joe (352) 726-2264
WE MOVE SHEDS
564-0000




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




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


Benny Dye's Concrete
Concrete Work
All types! Lic. & Insured.
RX1677. (352) 628-3337
BIANCHI CONCRETE
Driveway-Patio- Walks.
Concrete Specialists.
Lic#2579/lns. 746-1004
Concrete Slabs
Dri.e..o,: patll.: bl:llt
:r.-d ,. I t. uto .. t.
.in.:h.' po .ers LI; .*. Ir,'
Mario (352) 746-9613
CONCRETE WORK.
:.I)E -LV: poi ll
estimates, Lic. #2000.
Ins. 795-4798.'

POOL BOY SERVICES
I Total Pool Care I
I Acrylic Decking I
S352-464-3967
RIP RAP SEAWALLS &
CONCRETE WORK
Lic#2699 & Insured.,
(352)795-7085/302-0206
Zavala's
Concrete/Landscaping
-" 't.'-. dri.e walks
concrete or Pavers. All
'landscaping. Call for
free est. (352) 465-9390




Additions/ REMODELING
New construction
Bathrooms/Kitchens
Lic. & ins. CBC 058484
S (352) 344-1620
r AFFORDABLE, 'U
DEPENDABLE, I
HAULING CLEANUP,
PROMPT SERVICE
I Trash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Furn, Const, I
Debris & Garages 1
352-697-1126
I=-1 = 1-- 1 =I
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.


LINGS PLUS
Trim & Finish
Contractor
Lic/Ins.
99990003893
(352) 344-1982
(352) 361-7714
REPAIRS, Wall & ceiling
sprays. Int/Ext Painting
Lic/Ins 73490247757
220-4845
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting, Vinyl. Tile work.
30 yrs. exp. 344-1952
CBC058263


FILL, ROCK, CLAY, ETC.,
All tvoes of Did Service
Cair .1,1 e 352-564-1411
Mobile 239-470-0572
All Tractor & Truck Work,
Deliver/Spread. Clean
Up- Lot & ire6 C,- rlr,,
Eu'r, HC.g. 302-6955
BUSHHOGGING, r'.: i,
10rt 'lr- \r :, acn.-
.*.O,; pri.ure .. r.
(352) 628-4743.


CITRUS BOBCAT LTD
Bushhog/Debris
removal Lic.#3081,
464-2701/563-10491
D&C TRUCK & TRACTOR
SERVICE, INC.
Landclearing, Hauling
& Grading. Fill Dirt,
Rock, Top Soil & Mulch.
Uc. Ins.(352)302-7096
FLIPS TRUCK & TRACTOR,
Landclearing, Truck &
Tractor work. House
Pads, Rock, Sand, Clay,
Mulch & Topsoil.
'You Need It, I'll Get It!
(352) 382-2253
Cell (352) 458-1023
PINK MINI DUMP,
10 Yards +. No Haul to
Small. We can get it all.
341-(DIRT)-3478
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





AFFORDABLE,
S DEPENDABLE,
HAULING CLEANUP,
PROMPT SERVICE
I Trash, Trees, Brush,
App. Furn, Const,
Debris & Garages I
S 352-697-1126
L m =-
All Tractor & Truck Work,
Deliver/Spread. Clean
Ups, Lot & Tree Clearing
Bush Hog. 302-6955
All TYPES OF TRACTOR
WORK. BUSHHOG
SPECIAL $20 an acre
(352) 637-0172 *

CITRUS BOBCAT LTD
Bushhog/Debris
removal Lic.#3081
464-2701/563-1049
DAN'S BUSHHOGGING
Pastures, Vacant Lots,
Garden Roto Tilling
LUc. & Ins. 352- 303-4679
Fulford Construction
'Landclearing, site work,
septic systems.
(352) 666-6739
ON SIGHT CLEANUP
M.H. demolition,
landclearing & Const.
debris (352) 634-0329


Tractor Work, All forms.
Trash Hauled, Yard
,-l.r, Tree .ll rl L':-.t
Clar,r,,a (352) 564-8377



D's-Landscape & Expert
Tree Svce F-r :.:..rc.i-., :
Oe., r. ,:ie.3nr.u .; &.
1. .: .a. -,*' t lll r,.'; .i
.cd 352-563-0272
Zavala's
Landscaping/Concrete
Patio, drive, walks
concrete or Pavers. All
landscaping. call for
free est. (352) 465-9390




PRO-SCAPES
Complete lawn
service. Spend time
Swit your Family, not
your lawn. LiUc./Ins.
(352) 613-0528
GLENN BEST
MOW- EDGE
*TRIM HEDGES- PALMS
795-3993
Advanced Lawncare &
More Comp. lawncare,
Pres. washing, odd jobs,
No job too small Lic. Ins.
352-220-6325/220-9533
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
FERTILIZE NOW
(352) 613-5855
Jones
Lawn Maintenance
#1 inService Lie. & Ins.
352-382-0949
LAWNCARE-N-MORE
Lawns, Hedges, Trees,
Beds, Mulch, Clean ups
Haul, Odd lob 726-9570



Danial Cole Pool
Cleaning Services
Dependable Wkly Serv.
Lic. Ins. (352) 465-3985
MAVEN POOL MAINT.
Start enjoying
your pool again
Wkly. service avail. Llc.'
(352)726-1674/464-2677
SPOOL BOYSERVICES
I Total Pool Care I
Acrylic Decking
= 352-464-3967 a


Wood, Split, $70,4>
Will Deliver.
(352) 344-2696


FIREWOOD
Oak. Cherry, Hickory


ALL PUMPS & WELLS
,er. i.:i- llcalr .
Williams Co 637-2651
CRYSTAL PUMP REPAIR
Filters, Jets, Subs, Tanks,
w/ 3yr Warr. Free Est.
(352) 563-1911
WATER PUMP SERVICE
& Repairs on all makes
& U.:.l- i. Anytime,
344-2556, Richard



Bones Portable Welding
Cert. & Lic. 25 yrs. exp.
(352) 637-1497 or
(352) 476-8800


















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




.A MOBILE NOTARY
Avail. 24/7 I
I Off. (352) 465-2339 I
* Cell (352) 613-0078 =


0 RAINDANCER 0
Installing 6" Seamless res
7" com 12 rnd & Copper
Unsurpassed Qualitv
For Over 15 yrs. Free Est.
Llc. & Ins. 352-860-0714
All Exterior Aluminum
Quality Price!
6" Seemless Gutters
(352) 621-0881




Hot Heads Now offers
Massage Therapyl
$10. OFF 1st massage.
Lic.#MA16348
(352) 563-0068


WHAT'S


MISSING?


Your ad!

Don't miss outi Call for more information.

563-3209


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Driveways Pool Decks Walk Ways Any Design


125% OFFi
offer ends 3/1/06
352-628-1313


Installations by
Brian CC2303
- 4 a t s 4 & s rt d 4 p a eM : j 1 tiw 0 "- -
352-628-7519






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


by Cosmic breams
Great for Kids Rooms
& Romantic Evenings.

Buy 1 Room, Get 1 I


I Otter Ends Soon
Skylight Murals starting
at 179'
_____ ,^ -4ft^,r)


Renew any existing
concrete!
Colorful & Beautiful

Driveways from $795

Pooldecks from $9951
SIncludes: Acrylic Colors,I
LWarranty and up to 500 sq. Ft.


352-527-9247
Licensed/Insured/Dependable


EXP. FRAMERS
352-726-4652
SERVICE
ELECTRICIAN/
TROUBLESHOOTER

Motivated self starter
Good driving record
req., Insurance, paid
Sick, Holiday and
Vacatlph
Apply In person
S&S ELECTRIC
2692 W. Dunnellon Rd.
CR-(488) Dunnellon
352-746-6825
EOE/DFWP












1.2C TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2006

Trad Geu
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FIRE SPRINKLER
PIPE FITTERS
(352) 302-3884
Plywood Sheeters
& Laborers
Needed in Dunnellon
area. (352) 266-6940
TRUCK DRIVER
With class A for flat
bed in Florida. Steady
work! 352-637-6449 or
352-302-5543
VEOLIA WATER NA
South LLC
Has an opening for
a Water and Sewer
Laborer at our Crystal
River project.
Applicants must
possess good driving
record. We offer an
excellent benefit plan
Including 401K.
Can 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.





SGreat
**Opportunity**
Our local company
needs Highly
Motivated Sales
People With Strong
Phone Skills.
Mon. Fri. 9-5.
No weekends.
Training Pay plus
Commissions.
Career Minded
applicants only.
To apply call
866-777-1166
Ask tor
Joanne or Darlene
S A Drug Free
Work Place







AMUSEMENT RIDE
HELP NEEDED:
18 and over. MUST
TRAVEL. : :-'; .0
..h Call 0a-lOp
(352) 804-5749. Mike
Boat Detailer
Homosassa Marine
Apply In person.
(352) 628-2991
CITRUS HILLS

GOLF COURSE
WORKERS
r e.: re r'.:'0 po, .pilll
"i .'.:,irner.rur, ol, .*, -p.
li rn.o pr,,: e.p .,e ...il
train. Great benefits &
insurance package.
Apply In person:
(352) 344-2400
Coastal Underground.
seeking
'EXP. PIPE FOREMAN
Apply In person '
2190 N. Crede
CR (352) 795-4357
CONSTRUCTION
LABORERS
WANTED

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

COOK





Full Time & Part Time.
Good organizational
;kill: 0 aM..ji:I'
."pi:.l,, al
Barringlon Place
2341 W. Norvell Bryant
Lecanto, Fl
Ask for Pat

DECCA
CABLE TV
TECHNICIAN

Candidate should
possess strong
technical ability In
CATV. Familiar
w/CATV construction.
maintenance,
troubleshooting,
hardline & CLI.
On -Call duty required
and valid FL Drivers
Uc. with good driving
record.
Apply
DECCA at Oak Run,
; 7 miles off 175 on
SR 200 West
Applications
accepted
8am-Noon.
Mon-Thurs
or Call
(352) 854-6557
DECCA ISA DRUG
FREE WORK PLACE

DECCA
is Now Hiring

*LANDSCAPE
LABORER
*DISHWASHER
*CONSTRUCTION
*LABORER
*POOL TECH
*JANITOR
*SERVICE TECH

Apply At:
DECCA In Oak Run,
7 ml off 1-75 on
SR 200 West,
Mon Thurs
8am-12 noon
or Call
(352) 854-6557


or fax resume
(352) 861-7252
Decca is a Drug Free
Work Place.
EOE


DELIVERY DRIVER

Dependable..exp.
preferred. Driver/
Delivery person for
furniture store. Heavy
lifting required, Clean
driving record
required age 25 or
older. Great Pay..
Furniture Palace
3106 S. Florida Ave.
Inverness 726-2999

DOMINO'S PIZZA
Is Now hiring
Full & Part time
DRIVERS
Must be reliable,
polite, & have a good
driving, record.
tr $9-$15 hr
Inverness 637-5300
Crystal River 563-6607
DRIVER
Class A, CDL, dedicat-
ed regional position 3 +
nights home per wk.,
avg. work 45 hrs. per,
wk., only neat, safe,
honest, ethical persons
need apply. Good
driving record a must.
(352) 400-1989
Exp. Boat Builders

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

EXP. ESTIMATOR
For Site Work & Utilities
Call: 352-563-1424
Housekeeping &
Front Desk Clerk
P.: :il;.:r,, iit..
Please apply in person
Homosassa Riverside
Resort, 5297 S.
Cherokee Way,
. Homosassa. FL 34448




























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KENTUCKY FRIED
CHICKEN
1110 Hwy 41-oN.
Inverness and
849 S. Hwy. 19,
Crystal River
Laborer

Full time. Lecanto
area Call '.grI E.pre
(352) 527-7446
; Laborer


coatings. Must hdve
driver's lic. & be drug
free. Some out of town
,..:.il rQ'd ,i
Coil 489 5900
LABORERS

Mobile Home Set-Up
for MH Services
(352) 628-5641




87075 W30 Homosassa Trl.
LAWNBORTECH.RS NEEDED

Hwy exp necessary
849l .e : Lh_" H ,3. ,
Gardeners Concrete

F LAWN TECHS


r will Train the right
person. .Top money
paid Must Have
Valid Drivers License
SApply at:
Brays Pest Cqntrol
3447 E Gulf to Lake
Hwy. Inverness
DFWP/EOE
LAWN TECHS

r 1jTl r,3 H: .i|:.l,:/.,3

license, must be willing
to work. (352) 628-3352
Maextenance
G erson

Various maintenance
work & roofing.
Must have own tools &
transportation.'
Please call
(352) 563-5004


MERCHANDISING
Merchandisers needed
to service accts in
Bushnell & Wildwood
area grocery stores.Set
your own schedule,
great pay, training pro-
vided. 1-800-733-2999
ext. 602 .com


PLASTERERS I
I *LABORERS* I
NEEDED*
746-5951
L.l


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
diploma\GED required.


Sub Instructor Assistant on call positions available. F\T
Diesel Mechanic\Maintenance worker. Must have a safe
driver record with Florida license. HS diploma\GED required.

Apply at the Key Training Center
Human Resource Dept., or call
341-4633 a
(TDp:.i1-B00.545,1B33 ext 347) *EOE."


Sales Associate
Deliveries, Heavy lifting,
paint mixing, working
with public.
Apply Citrus Paint &
Decor Store. Crystal
River. 795-3613
SECURITY
OFFICERS
Security Class D Uc.
Required. Local.
352-726-1551 Ext 1313
Call btw. 7am -3pm
Small Boat
Manufacturing Co
Now hiring for
Fiberglass lamination.
Gel coat gun and/or
chopper gun exp,
preferred. Please call
352-447-1330
WE BUY HOUSES
CaSh .....Fast
352-637-2973
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CARE CENTER
Is now accepting
applications for
employment. Apply in
person, M-F, from 12pm
to 2pm 795-3515




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At Inverness
Pinch-A-Penny
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and be computer &
customer friendly
S1783 W MAIN ST
(352) 726-2766
VOLUNTEER
OPPORTUNITY
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al Campaign in your dis-'
trict. Call (352) 585-2407




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REAL ESTATE CAREER
Sales L c. Class I

C2TR REAL ES TATE I
S SCHOOL, INC.






2/1, Crystal River,
$450,000. By Owner
352-634-4076




CLEANING.BUSINESS
FOR SALE. appro" 60
a':,:,-,url; m.:.r.-r.l, rIi.3e
jobs avail. 352-422-4496




ALL STEEL BUILDINGS
en lsse -.ce-


25x25x7 (2-12 Pilch)
1- 9x7 garage door,
2 vents,n
4" concrete slab
INSTALLED-$ 10.595
30x30x9 (2:12 Pitch)
'2-9x7 garage doors,
2 vents, entry door,
4" concrete slab,

r IRE." r ,,r
:r,i e lrir, ,:,:.,
4" concrete slab
INSTALLED- $16.495
Many Sizes Avail.
We Custom Build
We Are TheFactory
Fl. Engineered Plans
Meets or Exceeds
Florida Winj Code
METAL SYSTEMS LLC
2 1C.ann-9n-iAn1 i


"LIVE AUCTI ONS
www.charllefudge.com
For Upcoming Auctions
1-800-542-3877
1930 Oak Rectangular
Table, 30 x 42, leaf 30 x
12, w/ 4 wo6d slate lad-
der back chairs, $525.,
perfect, Inverness
(352) 344-4507
ACCORDION
$200;
2 OLD CHAIRS
\iTooden, $150
(352) 628-1408
Antique Sideboard.
43" wx21"dx36"
tall $150.00
(352) 637-1029
ANTIQUES WANTED
Glass, quilts, pottery.,
Jewelry, most anything
. old. Ask for Janet
352-344-8731/860-0888
VICTORIAN
Marble top table, nice
condition, 30" diameter
20" tall, Walnut base,
$195. (352) 726-6056


-S
5 Person Hottub
shell $100.
(352) 795-2437
HOTTUB SPA, 5-PERSON
24 jets, redwood
cabinet. Warranty,
must move, $1495.
352-286-5647
SPA
W/ Therapy Jets. 110
volt, water fall, never


6 Hole Ice Cream
Freezer
Good condition
$300. obo
(352) 637-2402
A/C & HEAT PUMP
SYSTEMS. New in box
5 & 10 year. Factory
Warranties at
Wholesale Prices
2 Ton $827.00
-43 Ton $927.00
-4 Ton $1,034.00
Install kits available
or professional
Installation also avail.
Free Delivery .
*ALSO POOL HEAT
PUMPS AVAILABLE
Lic.#CAC 057914
Call 746-4394

ALL APPLIANCES. New
& Used, Scratch Dent.
Warr. Washers, dryers,
stoves, refrig. etc. Serv
Buy/ Sell 352-220-6047
APPLIANCE CENTER
LlUed Pefrigeratori
Sto e. *.a.r.e. &Lr,.,r:..
NEW AND USED PARTS
Dryer Vent Cleaning
Visa, M/C.. A/E. Checks
352795-8882 .
CRAFTMATIC BED,.
adjustable twin ext.
length, w/mattresses,
remote. Excellent, $475.
(352) 341r2337
DAIIBY REFRIG. b:.ind.j
re .. : I
CHEST FREEZER, brand
new. $100;
(352) 746-2067
ELECTRIC RANGE,
brand new, $100;
WASHER & DRYER,,
$100
(352) 746.2067
Electric Stove $150.
Dish Washer $50.
(352) 341-8434
ELECTRIC STOVE lull
re . '. l ar. r.i II
(352) 6374642
GE DELUXE RANGE,
ror e:t ,ai. :172 3
:..r.3" 637-1792
GE, exira large Washer
w, dryer. working
$125.
Sofalo. $25.
(352) 795-5684
Kenmore;,
Refrigerator.& Stove
Gr-n,' Clean .
goo. .::,r.i. $75 ea
(352) 795-9986 ,
MICROWAVE 1a',,-.3-e
H. ), :,, 1 J .
DISHWASHER, l 5-
White.
(352) 382-3831
SMALL CHEST FREEZER
(352)341-3584
WHIRLPOOL COOKTOP
STOVE, $325;
(352) 382-3831
.,lr.nre nrn ..-, i.'\)l f-
rh.:,,r, "oo t.r :r%,e '5,
:li l- r l ,g e ,. 1.: r *.; .4 .0
White stove, $50. Both
excellent cond.
(352) 860-2070




Attention Woodworkers
Perfomax 16-32 Drum
sander, comp. w/ext,,
tables, stand & wheels.
Like new. Asking $800.
(352) 860.2228
Generator
1 :! HIO Hr..3). a1.1i watt
l.: lart
r I uI.:-.3 $1 500.
(352)621 3418




RCA 36' .. c.rel
;1,3r,,3 .rr,,:,L -.3 ,31., .: :
er, j3.:..: ror..a. $275.
Dell Monitor 17" $40.
very good condition
(352) 746-7466
SPEAKERS
7 Cu r- land' irup
I *:' ,'lI i. i3iJl'-
(352).527-3552
TV, 48" Magnavox,
'..-",. E.: 3250
TV :'- :.3.,.: used
3mo, $230,
(352) 628-6289




10X10 kitchen MAPLE
KITCHEN CABINETS,
Corlan Countertop,
bisque, $1500 never
used. (352) 628-7913
Interior/Exterior doors
-Interior Prehungs: $35
Exterior Prehung
6 Panels: $85.
Next to Citrus County
Speed way.
.(352)637-6500



Cooter Computers Inc.
Repair, Upgrades, Virus
& Malicious software
removal (352) 476-8954
DIESTLER COMPUTERS
Internet service, New &
Used systems, parts &
upgrades. Visa/
MCard 637-5469
http~//www.rdee.net
NEC Complete
Computer system with
printer and scanner,
Windows '98, $100 .
352-208-4188
PENTIUM COMPUTER
Monitor, keyboard &
mouse. Internet ready,
Printer incl. WIN 98, $100
(352) 726-3856
X Box 360 Bundle Pack.
Comes w/ hard drive
ethernet cable, 1
controller, 1 remote,
never opened. $500
OBO (352) 726-3418




1974 JOHN DEERE
450 BD Runs great,
needs clutch work.
Trailer included, $5300/


obo, (352) 746-6128
or (863) 412-9102
CHIPS ARE FLYING
SAsplung Whisper
Chipper, 14" drum, V8,
runs & works great,
must sell $4000/obo
321-207-6534


CHIPS ARE FLYING
Asplung Whisper
Chipper, 14" drum, V8,
runs & works great,
must sell $4000/obo
321-207-6534




PATIO SET Vinyl wicker
look, loveseat & 2
chairs with.coffee
table, very good
cond $225 .
(352) 527-0075


a -

3 pc. Wood Set for
bedroom, dresser w/
mirror chest of drawers,
nightstand. No Bed.
$250. (352) 344-5434
4 Poster Bedframe, $50;
Patio Table w/6
armchairs $80:
(352) 382-4182
5 Drawer Chest, 2 night
tables, queen head-
board, light wood $125..
42" Round Pedestal
Cherry Table, w/ 18"'
leaf, matching 4 chairs,
good cond, $125.
(352) 382-5734
42" ROUND TABLE,
heavy oak, inlayed
White top, 4 chairs,
like new, $275
(352) .344-9668
- uphri'.li.-rejd T,,:.d',, r

,go,3d .:.:.r.d 100)
,,nueer, l:e tr,3
headboard. $35,00
(352) 746-0488

'MRITS 0u


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

Antique Bedroom Set
r. 3 1ab,:.or ] .:.ll`:'3,,,r
dri l.er ..., t1 .:.,l ,:rle l
I II..- r":-.,. lill r nr~alie:
.:.. :prirl, $1.200.
(352) 344-1415
Antique Wicker
I.'c..:.ntr..a Cr..)r *',7S,
(352) 344-0980
ARMOIRE for TV
Solid wood,$350
(352) 382-7229
Beautiful Qn. Brass Bed
narrA.n.: be.:prirg
$175.
(352) 564-8656
BED: $170, Ie... Queer,
I,:. i:ippe-. Pill.:.., Top
Set ,r ..arr Vir., 1. i
'.215 De.,er,
352597-3112
BED: 251\. I a
i.lenror, F.carnr, 'I
eer. onr. 20,r oVarf
[le...-r 1.1 ea reelail
C'.-. rt S"'45- Can Deii.er
352-398 7202
BEDS BEDS BEDS
B: Ele-u ui tacTr ci,.e.-;ul.
r toT -.3 enie,- Brana:
501 off Local Sale
Prices. Twin $119 Full.
$159-Queen $199- King
$249. (352)795-6006'
Blohde, Rattan sleeper
sofa -rind lable h'g
:i -, i .) i rn-. lat ,le
.- ..:.r.. .,00 o r ,.,ill
separate e 352-563-5576
BRAND NEW 5 PC.
GL- I. i- I. ,rf ,ha,
sei. nr,3 i i' inurir,i, r. .Er
used. Doesn't match
home decor. $350/obo.
352-465-8332, after 10a
BUNK BED. L pirne icft
bjr.k P.eC Desk, itr. '..
ers & shelves, exc.
cond. $8100.
(352) 489-8286
Cherry corner Media
Ceriter, 60 /2 W, x 64H
$175., Chromcrdft, glass
top table, 45" w/ 4 swiv-
el bass chairs, antique
bronze, $850.
(352) 860-1155
Chromecraft Dinette
Set, oak, w/caster
chairs, & leaf $225:
Lighted Curio Cabinet,
w/ glass shelves, $150.
(352) 527-9390
CHROMECRAFT
Table, leaf w/6 chairs,
$275;
(352) 382-3831
Classic Walnut Wall Unit.
6'x6', bookcases, light-.
ed shelves, desk, TV
C cl:,r, I ..:.:,:, I ,'lCIIJ : /ll
$400. (352) 382-3879
Clean Used Furniture,
Including Bunk Beds
The Path Shelter Store
1729 W. Gulf to Lake
Hwy. (352) 746-9084
COFFEE TABLE
Like New! Natural slate
tile top w/black steel
frame. 48"Wx24"D x
20"H. $80. 795-7054
COFFEE TABLE
Smoked Glass,36"W
66"L,Sits on 28"W46"L
Base 16"H,$250.00 OBO
352-527-1135
COFFEE TABLE
w/2 round end tables,
glass w/bronze metal
base, paid $400, 4 mo.
ago. Sell for $150.
352-634-0865
COUCH & LOVESEAT,
floral pattern, $250
CHINA CABINET &.
entertainment center,
$200 (352) 637-1151
DINETTE SET
Oval table w/4 chairs,
leather taupe, neutral
colors, $200; Small
Futon, tan color, like
new, $75. 352-302-7658
DINETTE SET; glasstop
table & 4 swivel chairs
with casters, very
good cond., $350
(352) 527-0075
Dining Room Set,
Square Table, solid oak,
w/ 6 chairs,, $200.
Matching Buffet., $175.
Entertainment Center,
w/ glass doors, 2
storage drawers,
holds 30" TV, $75
Dishwasher, stainless
steel $75.
(352) 563-1994.


CITRus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


Dining Koom Set
11 Pc's Ethan Allen
Paid $8500. Must sell
$2800. (352) 382-7229
Dining Room Table,
formal, 2 leafs, with 6
chairs and lighted
china cabinet. $750.
(352) 563-5386
Excellent Leather Sofa,
Loveseat, $500. obo
2 oak End Tables
$100.
(352) 382-5033
FUTON
queen sz., solid teak,
mission style. w/ Taylor
made zippered cran-
berry cover $250.
(352) 795-3970
HIDE-A-BED, $100
FULL SIZE BED, $50
(352) 637-5103
Hutch
42'w x 16"d x 72'Tall
$250.00
(352) 637-1029
Hutch
maple colored, very
good shape -'12 yrs.
old. $220. 344-2878
(352) 726-9670
King Mattress (4 pieces)-
Simmons Roosevelt,
almost new. Price $600.
Negotiable. Must see.
(352) 628-6260
KING SIZE BED
l lr. r.1 ".r .II,:..',, to.o
good. shape, $350.
(352) 302-9061
Large Wood Hutch
$200.
Call for information
(352) 628-1460
LG. CHERRY CHINA
CABINET, Glass front,
$500 k .
(352) 464-3592
LIKE NEW
48 CGlass.Top Dirneft 4
ruling. .:h3,' [ 15:ii
Br.yr. l coffee % end a3.
ble, $200. 352-527-2729
LIKE NEW BEDSI
T..Ir, :.-: .. 1 b,:-ck-
r .e,: ., .3r0...-r.
S.30 hull rmarnrre: ..

$25. 628-6864.
Living Rm. Set :-.-utr.
A,jt ,:C.ucr. i e:cOai
:halr J table lorrp~
ar-:' r' ru god :cornd
$500.
(352) 146-7466
Living Room set oni, i
-.eel: old Ir.:.ori lc.rr:,
';-. Pa7d ..' :
,.. re ._' ip ,t
al:ira only $1.000,
Vir,) .la,3hre: o:cr $90
(352) 746-993)
Living Room Sofa &
Loveseat. Rose w/hues,
stripes. Good cond.
$125. Assorted Design-,
ers pillows, 53-J ea,-h
15. 'al (352) 637-6482
Magnificent
Grandfather Clocks
'."pl ri er. ~e ,r .: ,' r,
{,h,]'.' ,=1 ';'.i.: dc-Igr,
need i-r. 8 .:;s ilIr.q :
3 oni, i1,00i. ea.
I ormaoi reall .43 '.00
(352)476-3948
MATCHING FLEXSTEEL
RECLINING CHAIRS
,ireen r..ee, E..:
conj P,.'3a %-3

(352) 563-5833
Matching Loveseat &
Wingback Choir
.'. .IIIC,.', flo ral liil'.
re.., iu
(352)341-1141
Memory Foam Mattress
r., : 1 ; 1 J7 .
Whil,/ 5up'lp.lle la l
(352) 346-5858
OAK DINING ROOM SET
Call (352) 428-0721
OAK ROLLTOP DESK,
"300' Antique Over
.eeri 3e:1.' 1000
(352) 382-4182
PAUL'S FURNITURE
New Inventory daily
Store Full of Bargains
Tues-Fri 9-5 Sat 9-1
Homosassa 628-2306
Pre Owned Furniture
ijr.,Ueoabie FI:ce.
NU 2 0 FURNITURE
Homosassa 621-7788
Preowned Mattress Sets
from T ,.ir, 2 '0 Full $40
,Qr C: g a375. .
628-0808
Queen size bedroom
set; bed, head & foot
b.:.Jr.,:ldLe IQDl/
:150 OBC'
(352)563-5124
Queen Size Bookcase
Headboard, mirror, ,
lamps, $75/obo
,352-613-6132
Set of Twin Beds
w/ mattress & walnut
headboard. $165.
.(352) 527-3177
SImmons Beauty
Rest King Size Bed..
w/ mattress, boxsprling
& frame, good .cond.
$100,(352) 341-6920

queenslze, excellent
condition, $180
(352) 344-5260
Small Kitchen Table 36"
formica top &
2 \lr., ,:h..lr; .:.n o.: : ler: ,
$75.
(352) 527-2456
Sofa & Love Seat,
Srecllner, 2 end tables,.
1 coffee table,
glass top, good cond..
$350. (352) 527-2336
Sofa & Loveseat,
Bassett, floral pattern,
matching toss pillows.
Excel, (new like) cond.
Cost $900. Sell $535,
(352) 726-4601/586-1920
Sofa and Love Seat
very good condition
$150.
(352) 628-0777
Sofa, queen size
sleeper, floral pattern,
like new, $100;
Lg. Blue Recllner, $50;
S(352) 382-1381
Table & 6 chairs
94" long w/ 2 leaves Incli
$100.
(352) 637-1029
Table W/4 Chairs, $125.
S Hutch, $75;
(352) 489-1980
Tan, maroon, & blue
sectional sofa; Excel.


cond. $300. OBO
Country blue sleeper
sofa, excel. cond. $250.
OBO (352) 489-8169
The Path's Graduates,
Single Mothers,
Needs your furniture.
DInlng tables, dressers
&. beds are needed.
Call (352). 527-6500
White 3 Pc. Tuxedo Style
Sectional Sofa
Exc. cond. $600/obo'
Call (352) 637-2450




12 HP 32" Zero
Turn Mower,
17 mos, old
$1,500.
(352) 746-9897


Ua


Craftsman,5 V1 HP Hon- -
da OHV 21" cut, self
propelled, high wheel
$75.Yardman 6/2 HP,
OHV 21" cut side shoot
S.P $75. (352) 746-6405
FREE REMOVAL OF
Mowers, motorcycles,
RV's, Cars. ATV's, jet skis,
3 wheelers. 628-2084
Murray Lawn Mower
46" cut, 18H,
$625.obo
Call Bob
(352) 637-2093
Pressure Cleaner,
excel. cond. 4000 PSI,
S13hp Honda,
$325. OBO
(352) 746-3228
Snapper
Riding Mower $375.
Self propelled
Craftsman $75.
(352) 746-7357
TORO'w'n,e.eihrcr e
rain, .. La '.,r.Tr ,,r',... r
'12 S HI'HP .ui .aaaer
iTulr, : : i I "'
352-208-4188
Tr.:., BuJll Sr.p
C. hipper Shredder.
9450.n -


Greelnhouse reruu
i ..,"iir elehilc
.lu:i S ee .. ,lul '. II
You move; $1,500.
(352) 476-6540




COVERALLS, Inrn
l .. Jurp ';ujili' ark
blue. Size 46R or
X-large. Never used,
,15 each
(352) 746-2659




* BURN BARRELS *
$10 Each
Call Mon-Fri 8-5
S 860-2545
2 SOLID WOOD night
stands, dark finish, 1
'd ra '.. .er /iT ,Er,. "a n D r e..
'. ClIO .,:30 E,.3I,
rneric r.:.r, -n.n t3ole
:5-: 344-8777 after 10a
3 Hampton Bay Pewler
Lirt Fluire.i 2 ,rnnr,. I
,nlr, 'A '1,-011',
(352) 637-5209

2006

SPECIALS
6 lines 10 days
Items totalling
$1-$150 ........... $5.95
$15 -$400......$10.95
$401-$800.......$15.95
$801-$1,500....$20.95
.CALL CHRONICLE.-
CUSTOMER
SERVICE
726-1441 OR
563-5966
Two general
merchandise items
per ad, ,
private party only,
(Non-Refundable)
Some Restrictions
May. Apply
10' x 10' Chain Link
Pen, $225
B' B, queern ize
col.arTte 5.,0
(352) 341 8434
10X10 kitchen MAPLE
KITCHEN CABINETS,
Corian Countertop,
bisque; $1500 never
.used, (352) 628-7913.
27" Flat Screen ',On,,
T.' *200 Compuler,
c.:.',plete .\,i ,c.ri llr..i
printer, keyboard, .
ready to go. $100;
(352) 382-3895
5-PC.- PORCH FURNITURE
' (indoor) all for $28
OLD SHEET MUSIC &
.j300': icrr pIOr.c, &
,2igar aO i 2'.
(352)201-9430
61-1h' wide x 50-1/4
higri,.31.jiTi rraiTie iricd
..ir,c.... tle.er ue..d
S t.i 1','352) 344-4640
cell 346-5626
7x12 DOG KENNEL
Paid $200, Sell $75;
2000 Toyota Tacoma
SBench Seat, blue, exc.

(352) 563-6372
BBQ GRILL, full LP tank,.
A-1 cond., $75
8x14.5 NEW MOBILE
HOME TIRE, $20
(352) 637-4453
Burgundy Leather :
ira,3. I Ba ',20
WMalchlng Shoulder
Bag,$10;
(352) 637-6482
Canon EOE Rebel
35mm film camera,
electronic flash, case,
,like new. $100.
352) 563-0022
Ceramic Kiln
New condition, fired 1
.ir, ..., ,-m e .:e 3iTI.:
rr, aia F.-r rrn-.rc ir.o
$700.352-637-117.4
COBALT 22GALLON
Digital Air Compressor
S1.3 HP, 155PSI, 5mos.
new. $190.
(352) 628-5561
Compressor 110/220,
runs good, $500
(352) 726-2587
Dresser, solid wood,
large mirror, & old style
wood bench, excel
cond. $300. obo
Guardian SIA 300 Secu-
rity System, never used,
Light filtering shades
for window best offer
(352) 628-9067
Estate/Merchandise
AUCTION
*THURS. FEB. 9.
I 4000 S. Fla. Ave.
SHwy.41-S, Inverness
PREVIEW: I PM
AUCTION: 5 PM
Super Estate Auction
I 2 complete house- I
Holds plus extensive
wood working shop,
100's of tools &
smalls
See Web: www.
a dudleysauction.comn
I DUDLEY'S AUCTION
i (352) 637-9588
AB1667' AU2246 I
S12% Buyers Premium
S2% disc, cash/check
Ethan Allen, bed set
head/foot board, full
beauty rest matt. right
stand/desk, excel.
cond, $495. Sears
Sewing Machlne stand
& many attach. $125.
(352) 795-5684
FREEZER
upright medium size
$50,00 Big Man recliner
cost 700.00 will sell for
$200.00 795-1140


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G.E. FRIGERATOR
almofid, works great
75.00 3'.2-4-.6.5. 53
Gas Space Heater
Used 1 month, cost
$300. Sell $195.
Gas Stove, $50. i(,-rid i
oujrr,n i' ..ll.:r. r p.i3r:.,
(352) 621-7713
HITACHI 55" HD TV,
SIn
FLOOR LAMP, "-;9
: o t.-.H. l r, r ,
r.1.:..,ir. ,uI 1e,-ll..
(352) 726-0040
Juki Sewing Machine
I r,,e.cdl , L'L'L; OO..
c,,n-,.rr, rde ,re,31 for
.lr pe: S '. tr,- $500
H.r. :p,-ej 212-6090
Mailboxes
v,' ....r:,, ir. C :i,rr
rn.i3,3e .'iJ ca.:r.
(352) 344-2818
NEED ROOM New &
nearly new 39-pc set
.iie : .1;. fir. F.,. ,jr, ii ;r,
...3rerral1.31:r1 I.:..3rm
iaii,: .31i (352)637-6310
Nova PSE roillr,-.
inil c ri'n .: :.t'ra r-: t
^ .' ,,,, : r,.n,3ulum ,
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1,,o 'tring i rii r.
$175. (352)344-3981

,'jr. !':2 '3.0 I.'i
(352) 746-3228
Ping Pang Table
e..'.I.ellart .::-.r'.Th rr,.r,
pl.3d i asking $50.
Evenflo Baby Car Seat,
like new $25.
(352) 746-7261.
SANBORN AIR
COMPRESSOR Ui i.HF
-l.:rl" f .1:" 1,*31 J I

(352) 344-9958
SAVE $10 ON YOUR
PURCHASE AT
OFFICE MAX
$150 Gift Card SelL
I will meet you at
Office Max.
(352) 341-4449
SCHWINN AIR DYNE
$100.
Treadmill. $25
(352) 344-9697
SOD, ALL TYPES
Installed and delivery
available.352-302-3363
SOFA, GRAY & BLUE
good cond., $50
(352) 637-7176
1s.-|i : :--.,r ... iC.
..ir..d ..,, lig ,i. 50,.
(352) 746-5988
Step Ladder, 12', wood,
.$15. .. .
Steel Shelving, 7', extra
heavy galvanized, $18.
(352)-746-1680
Swimming Pool
l:11:11 ,T,-.. -1 ..,i : ,r-,'3,
inn rour.i c. :.r-. .li.l
.. :ar,.:.p, $300.
(352) 860.4513
TIFFANY St,le H.jr.,;r.a.
light 20" r iar.-lr : '0
(352) 563 5386
USED KIT CABS/VANITY
SINKS/TOILET, ,r,lrlr3..: I
I-' r a3r.. i ; lr .:I. l
LI'i.rli..Oa r-. r oallI. lr lI
(352) 344-5517
WATER CONDITIONER
Flecrtc J-'I '3 r ;.OCifi
352-634-0863/634 1489
WROUGHT IRON
Outdoor Patio Set table
S& chairs, $95.
Nice Oak desk $50.
, (352) 422-5707


AMIGO ELEC. SCOOTER
fc.i r.onrico:.p:. 'J .:1
acuble bari er, ..,ir.
cr.oarer c ,.:.r,3
(352) 344-9958




DIGITAL PIANO
Kawai PV10
Exc. cond .. 'br,nh-i &
m usic. :,'/ 5 ".'.,
(352) 726-1729
HARDMAN BABY
GRAND
Playable but needs TLC.
$500 OBO 270-3318
Legend Organ.
Dual key Instrumental &
rhythm set- ups. Cost
$8000. Sell $4000.
(352) 344-2818
PIANO,
full size, upright,
$350 OBO.
(352) 344-9575
Steel String Guitar
w/ acoustics box, strap,
case lined In black vel-
vet, new $100.
Coffee Table, 56x16,
mahogany w/ glass top
that can be
removed, exc cond,
$60(352) 527-1493
YAMAHA
"Clavinova"
CLP-560 Electric Piano,
8 preset voices
88 keys, $800/obo
(352) 794-0811
YAMAHA
Quintone Organ, full
pedal, withbench &
music, $750,
(352) 637-0634




COMPLETE HOME GYM
w/welghts and bench
$475,
(352) 428-0721
Nordic Trak SL710
Stationary riding bike,
Cost $380. in 9/03.
Needs work. $60.
(352) 344-3165


Olympic Size Weight
Bencn ca .. :Cl '.'i:.
steel weights,
Excel, cond. $250.
(352) 746-2303
, WEIDER Pro bench,
A-';aihi: bPIe
(352) 344-1038
WEILDER.Jn0 weiigr,r
Bench, wall weights,
$50.
.352-208-4188


2002
Easy go Golf Cart,
Electric, $2,450.
(352) 302-9345
ADULT TRICYCLE
iue pai,,,r .. ,:r.,i.,m
ir,- .-rr : pa ir.
basket in rear, 3 new
ire': ,reat .r.i:e .- 40
,te (352) 586-0145
cell (352) 382-2855
CLASSIC ROAD BIKE
Peuce.:.il T,1ma,3r. .Lt
wt. 'alumr rorre uJe
re.,, c,",I., :. ,
(352) 563.0022
FULL SIZE TRAMPOLINE
3':':,,3 ,*,:,,',. ,,,'
(352) 746-9625
Man & Woman Wet
Suits. r l- I. rj e r, e..,
r,,:., rl r,'.o ,-, ,
(352) 563-0022
POOL TABLE
.*.6 iSiae LeaT3her
Mar..r., ey Cian 1,1 00
*:,'' 35'.2 8-0:219
POOL TABLE.
r .. .'. r : I : ,I-'.
352-597-3519
RIFFLE
.lariir, 22 .:31
,3,jl.:,r. 311,; :rr:.l Ii',
10. (352) 637-3973
Semi-Auto. ", .:,-
r,3uru; i- i _"- rn .. ir.
.Ol. irrI .
(352) 563-0022
Trailer
3" ? v."' drop rstel
.'atle $225.
(352) 341. 434



.99 HAULMARK TRAILER
,- er,:.lcL- .30 r,-/..
,.:.-r..3 ,,,.' .p',3re l 're
rarre nrti.) to .:.i ,'.'
.i 352/382-3547
BUY, SELL, TRADE, PARTS,
REPAIRS, CUST. BUILD
...... e ullr.-iler '-
Hwy 44 & 486
Like New. 6.5 x 12'single
a I i r. i '. C ri. or .:,3i.
.r .. .'.ruli ruln .i
':,arr.p, iit,. el,3t luii,3 ,
,.:.'ujpir.g 'pare lire
$1650. (352) 746-6238
TAURUS THUNDERBOLT
Pump ,:li.- n I're J5
long'C&ii i, corri
new rn box, $450.
(352) 637-2873
(352) 201-0468




ANTIQUES WANTED
or,,IrIr.i :..3 I',, ele. r,
Furr, e'IV:/ ,'cuJ.,31i
1 :ito e i, i r'rr re
352-344-8731/860 0888
LOOKING FOR Card
& folding metal .tables.
Also Faron Young
Cassette tapes.
(352) 726-1834
US Silver Coins,
Pre 1964, paying
5 times face or better.
Also silver bars
(352) 344-1283




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.
FERRET
4mnos. old, Includes
cqge. $150.
(352) 277-4528
Humanitarians
of Florida
Low Cost Spay &
Neuter by Appt.
Cat Neutered $20
Cat Spaved $25
Dog Neutered &
Spayed start at $35
(352) 563-2370
SHARPEI & LAB MIX
PUPPIES. Foster Care
Animals. $75.-$100.
352-220-6343/563-1905.


SUGAR GLIDER
$150 very well Hand
Taimed 9mth boy
Call:212-7067'


SUGAR GLIDER
Very well Hand Tamed
$150 Call 212-7067
VALENTINE CUTIES
Chihuahua Pups
Ready now, $400.
(352) 628-7852




Cow Lease Wanted
For about 20 cows
(352) 228-3636


1, 2 & 3 BDRMS.
Quiet family.park,
w/pool, From $400.
Inglis. (352) 447-2759
2/1 SW W/Addition.
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cEqju re.3 352-447-5998
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/2, new carpet,.
fenced yard, $750 mo,
i;r ,):i > .: j.:. p '.
(352) 527-3887
(352) 563-2727
FLORAL CITY
,2 r.,o p,.7 ,4 i
$1950 move-in
(352) 344-1845.
Floral City
New owner. completely
refurbished, MH, 1, 1
VI L' icr.:i e i:,re
I.:.t ,nroc ih. c:enir.g
Strec 1,:,, I.. in, rpe',:31
(352) 476-3948
Hernando 1 Br.
,.:.. .ir, (352) 344-1845
HERNANDO
WATER VIEW, 2,1 I ,
nr r i. i ii*rr rl.r p i .,il
$500 (352) 746-6477
IN QUIET PARK wpool.
IBR fum $425,up.
No smoking, no pets.
(352) 628-4441
INVERNESS
LoPerr.:ri .c F'.i'k
l:,.rr,, pr-r: ,3n.: r,3alrl
i ir.L i .:r t x ':r-. ?rI
pc' r,e: occllor,,_ :
Leeson's 352-637-4170
LECANTO
1/1, Senior Park. $450
2/2 $550. 352-746-1189




2 6.3 2 b3 f.1H or,
i'2 acre ri'ep.ci'3.:e
:ricce t.: .: II.
(352) 270-3345 or
270-3350
1999 Waycross 3/2
Iikei r.,.. 3oii oge pa0l
."., D.p ,I "./'2 ,3,a 'r,...r.er
f,,,r,:nce Irci. 447-4398
2005 Lot Models

Cr ll ii .: rc
(352) 795-127?
3/2 Homes of Merit
.rtuoll, I'r nl-.'.
W ill rr,i:., re. ,-,Jr l c
(352) 302-7073
41X12, 1969
PARK AVE, Fliai .:ir,
u rr.. e uuO -,:.
(727) 834'8871
BANK OWNED
REPO"SI
Never lived in
Starting @ $40,000 -
Only a few left
Payments from
$349.00 per month
Call for locations
352-621-9182
Brand New Land
Home Package.
3 bdrm, 2 bath ,
full -iri'r, .r,, ...311
Porches on 1/4 acre-

Call for Details
(352) 628-0041
BUILDING A NEW
HOME?
',.r,.i iC. :a.0 r eari,
70:" &En.r .3ljolr,
i",cr. er.erg,
ericwr.l Le- m,
*:r.c..' ,u no..
Call Builder ,*
352-628-0041
Come See Our
New 2366 sq. fit;
Modular Homel
Site Built, Quality
I1.3rl,-. furir,. Pr.:e:

(352) 795-1272
Due to Illness ir. .erni.r
Pow,' : 1 ui 2 lt rm1
r,.:..ro -r 3J0J U 'W e. in
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Homes and
Properties
listed'at
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STOP RENTINGIII
Brand New: 3/2 on well
kept lot in Beautiful
Sumter'County. Perfect
starter home. $500.
Down. $650mo. PNI
WAC. Call Today
Toll free: 1-866-773-5338
SW, 2/1, all new carpet,
vinyl fl., and paint, in
55+ park $17,500. obo
860-0471 H, 697-2773 C
Winter/Starter Home,
S3/2, SW, 2 acres, MOL,
C/A/H, Ig. con. bik. rm.
$65,000. (352) 302-5570




3/2 Scrn Prch, Inverness
1150sq. ft. on canal
w/rlver access.
(813) 205-7181
On canal to Homosassa
River, Furn. DW, 2/2, In-
closed sunroom, boat
launch beside home,
11695 W.Clearwater
Ct. Homosassa
$259,000, (352) 628-7298
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CMoie Homes
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3/2 On 1/ Acre,
Paved Roads,
Landscaped, Good
School, in Homosassa,
Call (352) 795-1272
3/2 WITH POOL
Gar. & carport. Huge or-
ange & grapefruit trees on
1/3 acre. Cinnamon Ridge
by owner. $96,000.
212-1827
'98 FLEETWOOD
2136sq.ft. 4/3, exc.
cond. on 1.6 acres
w/stocked pond,
secluded, $118,500
(352) 503-3270
A MUST SEE!
New 3 bedroom, 2
bath on 1/2 acre.
Great
location, the best
construction,
too many options to
list. Seller motivated,
$2,000 down,
$587.47 per mo,
Call for more info
352-621-9181
Beautiful 3/2 on
1/2 acre In great
school district.
$2,000 and $650 mor
(352) 795-6085
BEVERLY HILLS AREA
Like- New, 1,750 sf.
Homes of Merit,- 3/2+
Fam Rm. w/island kit.
on 2V1 ac. wooded lot.
$172,500. 352-212-7613
BY OWNER
1 AC W/14X60 2/2
SPLIT, DBL Roofover,
NEW deck, siding, int.
Lg. trees, fenced, priv..
custom finish, very
unique, (352) 586-9498
Comer of Northcutt &
Dunnellon Rd. 3/2
Manufactured Home
on 1+ ac. Newly
remodeled. $99,000
(419) 865-8630
Crystal River
2/1, SWMH on 1. acre,
secluded, ponds, .
$59,000.
(352) 302-3884
NICE SINGLEWIDE
ON HALF ACRE. 3-4
miles from Homosassa
Walmart. Call C.R.
464-1136 to see it.
$60,000.
view Photo Tour at
www.ves ualtour.oom:
enter tour #0047-6128;
cl1ck on Find Tour.
American Realty & Investmat..
C. R.- Bankson, Realtor
464-1136
For Sale By Owner
East Cove Inverness
1993, 14x52 on 1/4
acre. scr porch,
carport, shed & picnic
deck, great shape, turn
or unfurn, $60,000. OBO.
(352) 637-0851
SHOMOSASSA
2/1, NICE & CLEAN
, Dbl. Lot, $38,500. obo
S (352)228-7719
HOMOSASSA By Owner
Near Suncoast Hwy.
12x65 move In cond.
2/2,. CBS gar., elec.
door, 1 fenced acre,
scrn porch, rear deck
partially turn. 344-8138
Inverness
2/2 .1J 'u icr, porch
on 70'x1OO' lot. $59,900.
(352) 287-6511
SLAND/HOME
1/2 acre homesite fn
country
setting.
i 3 bedroom. 2 bath
underwanrly, driveway,
deck,
: appliance
package,
Must See,
$679.68 per month
W.A.C. Call
352-621-9183
LARGE 3/2
Beautiful 2000 DW on .97
acre in Homosassa.
Reduced $119,900.
Must SeeF 270-3318 or
302-5351

MH OAN


MOBILE HOME ON
S LAND
0$ Total Move In! Only
$950/mo Inc. taxes &
Insurance. Huge 4/2 on
1 & 1/4 acres
Newly remodeled,
w/carpet, deck & hard-
wood floorsWon't Last
352-613-7670
OPEN HOUSE
Brand New, warranted
homes. We have 6
homes ready for
F Immediate occupancy.
Prices are from $109,900
to $125,900. All under
appraised value. Must
see before you buy
Anywhere else.
i Taylor Made Homes
352-621-0119
S SUBURBAN ACRES
I 4.51 ac. wood/pasture
3/2; 952sq. ft. "AS IS"
$167,900. 727-235-9010



#22 Edgewater Oaks
On canal, Inverness
chain. 55+ Park. 2/2
new roof ext. Ig. shed,
dock $180. lot rent.
S$16,000. (352) 341-0154
$6,500., O.B.O.
Carpeted One BR-
One Bath, partially,
furnished, w/carport.
(352) 344-1788"
2/2 DOUBLEWIDE BY
OWNER in gated Park,
55+, mostly furnished, all
appliances, excellent
neighbors. $67,500
(352) 270-1140, if no
answer, Iv. number
55+ Park, 2/1, new
carpet, scr. rm, partially
turn, all appl.
Avail Immediately
Floral City
(352) 726-8151
Inglls 1985, 2/2,
Scr Porch, Carport
& Shed. mostly
furnished, appliances,
new C/H/A, In 55+ Park
352-447-4446
Moonrise
I Cozy Furnished DW 2/2
S roofover, screened
porch, carport & shed
$22,500. (352) 860-1314
Nice S/W 2/1 furn. scrn
rm. shed, xtras, $22,900
Roomy 2/2 D/W crprt
shed, $22,000. In quiet
secure 55+ pk. Close to
shopping. 352-628-5977
WALDEN WOODS
2001, 3/2, 1550 sq. ft.
many upgrades, some.
i furniture, great lot.
(352) 382-5514
WALDEN WOODS N 3/3.
55+ Comm. Exc. for re-
tirement or 2nd home,
1800+ sq.ft, w/many
upgrades, $125,000
(352) 228-7991,


INVERNESS
3/2/2 furnished
year round...........$900
seasonal............$1200
3914 S. Floral Terrace

2/2/2 waterfront villa,
comm. poo..........$900
'950 Pdtchard Island

Brand new 3/2/2
'waterfront..........$950
9414 E. Gable Ct.

CITRUS SPRINGS
3/2/21yr. old
10215 N. Biscayne Blvd.
$875 available 3/1
3/2/2 1yr. old......$875
10215 N. Biscayne Blvd.
available 3/1/06

Wide variety of NEW
3/2/2 homes in fastest
growing area of
Citrus County.
Starting at $900/month.

PINE RIDGE
3/2/2 .................$850
5565 W. Cisco St.

BRENTWOOD
3/2/2scr. lanai,
cul-de-sac..........$1100
1971 W. Marsten C1.

KENSINGTON ESTATES
4..32pobolhome $1250
371 N. Seton







Property
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Investment
Group, Inc.
Licensed R.E. Broker
>- Property &,Comm.
Assoc. Mgmf. Is our
Only Business
>- Res.& Vac.
Rental Specialists
Condo & Home
owner Assoc. Mgmt.
Robbie Anderson,
LCAM, Realtor
352-628-5600
info@Drooertv
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CRYSTAL RIVER
*1/1 Waterfront View.
Spacious Apt. $750 mo
(386) 679-4473 L/M
CRYSTAL RIVER
Historic Downtown,
turn. 1 BR suite, unique
location. Daily/wkly/
monthly (352) 795-1795
CRYSTAL RIVER
Newly Renovated
1 bedrm efficiencies w/
fully equip kitchens.
No contracts
necessary. Next to
park/ Kings Bay
Starting @$ 199 wk
(Includes all utilities
& Full Service
Housekeeping)
(352)586-1813
CRYSTAL RIVER
Newly Renovated
1 bedrm efficiencies w/
fully equip kitchens.
No contracts
necessary. Next to
park/ Kings Bay
Starting @ 199 wk
(Includes all utilities
& Full Service
Housekeeping)
(352) 586-1813



Crystal Palms Apts
1& 2 Bdrm Easy Terms.
Crystal River. 634-4076




BEVERLY KING
352-795-0021








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Property Mngmnt/
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Crystal Palms Apts
1& 2 Bdrm Easy Terms.
Crystal River. 634-4076


m


Brand, new 3 or 4
bedroom homes for
renri :.lair..3 .13
".''. rr.:.rrr. M aor,
r,..yr,: r.e.t ln r,.1,
Il.:. app leel
aAction Prop. Mgt.
-Lic, R.E. Agent
352-465-1 158 or
866-220-1146

If you can rent You
Can Own Let us
show you how. Self-
employed, all credit
Issues bankruptcy Ok.
Associate Mortgage,
Call M-F 352-344-0571
PLANTATION
RENTALS INC.
www.olantation
rentals.co0
352-634-0129
FURNISHED RENTALS
3/ Waterfront
Homosassa, $1500. mo.
4/25 Waterfront
Crystal River $2500. mo.
2/ Waterfront
Crystal. River $1250. mo.
JI1 Waterfront
Cr, .iai R;..er 'e90 mr
3/2 Wateriront
Crystal River $2000. mo.
UNFURNISHED RENTALS
3/2 Spacious
Citrus Springs $925. mo.
3/2 Near Gulf'
Crystal River $1000. mo.


Walden Woods,
Homosassa. 55+ gated
comm., 3/3, 1749 sq. ft.,
2004. Many upgrades.
Lg. vinyl scrn. porch,
dbl. carport & shed.
$130,000. (352)382-2212
Wildwood 2/1,
sgl.wide, carport., furn.,
55+, lot 97-Rail's End.
$10,000. (352) 748-1224



Beautiful Park w/ pool.
Free 6 mo. MH lot rent.
RV lots $170. & up.
(352) 628-4441








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BEVERLY HILLS
Office/Prof. Plaza. New
1250'-6000' lease space,
Exc. location, 491 near
Pine Ridge, Avail. In
March 352-220-0458
HOMOSAiSA
1600' Retail/Office. Busy
US 19 Plaza location
(727) 992-7800
Prime Location HWY 44
/2 Mi. West of Wal-mart
1760sq.ft. Retail Space,
(2) 5,000 sq.ft. out par-
cels Will Build to SuitI
Assurance Group
Realty, 352-726-0662




Citrus Hills 2/2/1
Unfurn., Clean, encl. FL
room., Screen porch
Club Amenities $900/
mo. (352) 746-2206
INVERNESS 2 / 2.5'
Cypress Creek, New Tile,
Waterfront, Small pets ok
$850mo. (352)637-3449
SMW CONDO
Furn, 2/2/2, just off Golf
Crs. 382-5458/ 228-9566
Sugarmill Woods
2/2, Completely turn,
$1,600. mo. seasonal,
$1,200..mo,/yearly.
(352) 746-4611




CITRUS SPRINGS
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1-3 bdrm. HUDI Listings
800-749-8124 Ext F012
INVERNESS
New 3/2/2, $900/mo
ERA AM. (352) 726-5855



BEVERLY HILLS
1'T/1CH/A, Fla. rm, no
smoking/Pets $650
(352) 637-3614
CITRUS HILLS
2/2.5+ Den, NEW, Furn.,
Townhome w/ club
privileges. $2300. mo.
Seasonal. $1800. mo.
Yearly.Hampton Square
Really 352-746-1888
800-522-1882
CRYSTAL RIVER
2/1, Furn, all util. W/D,
$950mo. Avail Immed.
1st, Last & Sec.
(352) 628-6996
CRYSTAL RIVER
Luxury, 3/3/2, Irg caged
pool, big lot, $2000.mo.
Incl. pool & yard maint.
(352) 586-7728




BEVERLY HILLS
2/1/1+ FIRm. Lease/opt
$725. ma. 37 S. Harrison
(352) 422-2798
Beverly Hills 2/2,
fla. rm, $750/mo, 1st last
& sec. Sm pets ok w/
pet fee (352)746-0632
BEVERLY HILLS
NICE 2/1 rne.v lil. car.
p-t p.3irt CHo ir.
/A, D. (352) 341-8451
BRAND NEW HOMES
Sale or Rent. 4/2/2 IncL.
18k in upgrades $233k-
$250k (786) 277-8222
BRAND NEW HOMES
For Sale or Lease option
3/2/2 Great Citrus Spg
locations. Lots of extras
Wonderful floor plan.
$187,900. Financing
avail. (352) 361-6551
BRAND NEW!
$775 3/2/2 Homosassa
$1175- 4/2/2 SMW
$525 2/1 Duplex
River Links Realty
628-1616/800-488-5184





BRENTWOOD
3/2/2
$1000. mo,
Please Call:
(352) 341-3330
For more into. or
visit the web at:
citrusvllages
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CITRUS HILLS
2/2 Condo Citrus Hills
3/2 Brentwood
3/21-aurel Ridge
Greenbrlar Rentals, Inc.
(352) 746-5921
CITRUS HILLS
3/2.5 NEW Townhome
overlooking pool w/
club privileges,
$1400. m'o. Hampton,
Square Realty n.'
(352) 746-1888
800-522-1882
CITRUS SPRINGS
3 / 2 ,2 2 : r r ,C o k r . e l
(352) 621-7572
Citrus Springs 2/2
st last & sec.
(352) 422-6339
CITRUS SPRINGS
2/2/1 caged pool, FL
rm.lncl. lawn &wtr.
$1200+sec 352-427-2043
CitrUs Springs 3/2/2,
1/4 acre brand new
home. $950/mo,
(954) 600-8872/
(352$560-0229
CITRUS SPRINGS
Beautiful new homes
starting at 3/2/2 in Exc.
Comm, near school &
golf courses, Starting at
$995mo. (561) 213-8229
CITRUS SPRINGS
Homes for Rent
Call, 352-427-2202
CITRUS SPRINGS
NEW 3/2/2 Home In -
quiet neighborhood.
$925/mo Inclds
water/lawn. (858)
869-3400 I'm local


CRYSTAL RIVER INVERNESS Need a mortgage 3/2/1 POSSIBLE 4 Need a mortgage Fairmont Villa
2/1.5/1, fireplace. $600/ $150 wkly. incl. utl. & banks won't help? Lg Fenced In lot, Fl.rm. & banks won't help? 2/2/2, Furn. Main.
mo 352-613-2761. (407) 517-4660 cell Self-employed, Split plan, new carpet, Self-employed, Free, bright open living
CYTLRVRall credit Issues spac. LR & DR, Must sell, all credit Issues area, $178, 000.
CRYSTAL RIVER a sCreative financing on bankptcy Ok.(352) 563-1139
3/2, near Gulf. $950 mo bankruptcy Ok. $146,400(352)465-1807 Assoate Mortgage 3
Contact Kristi Associate Mortgage $14600 (352) 465-1807 Associate Mortgage
Plantation Rentals L=iaIntl- Call M-F 352-344-0571 Beautiful 3/2/2, on car- Call M-F 352-344-0571 FAIRMONT VILLA
(323402 CRYSTAL RIVERner lot. all apple's, ceiling Exceptional location,
(352) 634-0129 CRYSTAL RIVER fans, updated kit., & 2/2/2, by owner,
Crystal Rvr. 3/1 V2/1 Historic Downtown, bathrms., tiled thru out. $189,900.
quiet area, C/H/A, fum. 1 BR suite, unique Neutral, decor, Ig scrnd. (352) 563-0893 L/M
$750. No Pets. location. Daily/wkly/ lanail, outdoor kit., heat- 3.9%/2.9%
352- 563-9838. monthly (352) 795-1795 2000+ SQ.FT. Heavy ed pool, great land- Full Service Listing . 4 *
DUNNELLON Homosassa 2/2 Indust. zoned Ware- scaping, Call owner
3/2. $675+ 1st & Sec. Waterfront, gulf access, house on approx. 1.25 $249,500. (352)465-1245 Why Pay More???
(352) 302-2135 fully turn., Incl. util. acres, waterfront, BRAND NEW HOMES No Hidden Fees 3.9%/2.9%
$1600/mo rented, $275,000 (352) Sale or Rent. 4/2/2 incl. 25+Yrs. Experience Full Service Listing
BEVERLY HILLS Moore & Moore Real 400-1460 or 476-6226 18k in upgrades $233k- Call & Compare
Estate Co. $250k (786) 277-8222 $150+Milllon SOLDIII Why Pay More???
$1400.00 (352) 621-3004 Beer & Wine Bar No Hidden Fees .
3/2/2 with Pool ( w/2 apartments on BRAND NEW HOMESI Please Call for Details, 25+Yrs. Experience
Fairvew Estates, Citrus Hills 1.25 ac. MOL in the For Sale or Lease option Ustings & Home Call & compare
2/2/2 with Pool Country.1 Hr. from 3/2/2 Great Citrus Spg Market Analysis $150+Milllon SOLDIII
Oakwood, Beverly Hills -Rna Tampa in Citrus Co, locations. Lots of extras Please Call
S$950.00 $325k (352) 797-5581 Wonderful floor plan. RON & KARNA NEITZ for Details,
Citrus Springs BEACH CONDO or (352) 302-7817 $187,900. Financing BROKERS/REALTORS Listings & Home
avail. (352) 361-6551 CITRUS REALTY GROUP Market Analysis
$850.00 FOR RENT CITRUS COUNTY BRAND NEWI (352)795-0060.
Parkside, Beverly Hills Vacation Condo on Both office and/or 4/2/2 split plan. 2163 sq RON & KARNA NEITZ
$725.00 the Gulf of Mexlco. warehouse avail. for ft. Owner will finance. .BROKERS/REALTORS
2/211 Screened Patio 2bd/1.5ba. $850/wk. rent. On Rt 488. GNC $199,900.(352) 341-1859 CITRUS REALTY GROUP
Beverly Hills 941-907-8443 Zoning, (352) 465-5210 FOR SALE BY OWNER (352)795-0060.
$700.00" FOR SALE BYOWNER c= Hm
2/2/1 Family Room CRYSTAL RIVER FREE WEBSITE
Beverly Hills CommerIal wwwSellYourOwn 0 DOWN MOVE IN!
$650.00 Commercial www.SellYourOwn
2/1 Family Room, Carport Warehouse for rent. Homesite.com $665/mo. 2/1, newly
Beverly Hills 00/mo Have you been tued remodeled,
Contact Lisa Have you been turned why pay rent,
5MR AnriwuCwJ Broker/Owner down r a mortgage? 352) 228-3762
(352) 422-7925 We can help Ask about 3/2/2 Pool Home
324S72our rent to own 2 bedroom 1 bath, w/2a/ed Lanai on
INDUSTRIAL ZONED p program Alex fenced yard, new roof, n
HOMOSASSA e. Shop, w/residence. (352) 686-8850 new drain field. Acre. Asking $259,0007-3184
New, 3/2/2, in new iA 3 1313 BruceSt, Inverness i B $70,000. Call for appt. 352-697-3184
subdivision. Avail 3/01 $118,000. 352-637-9630 (352) 527-4182 3/2/2, French Country,
$925mo. Annual lease 32Inverness
required. 1st mo rent Inverness 2/2/Carport, large encl. lanal, FP,
plus $1850 Sec. at 1 acre, 5000 sq. ft. Of C:rletel, rurr-r..ed 1 acre, trees, tile, super
352-628-6623 "e rur..ur, ir, $113,000 $279,000.
II pr.:.c orH.., 411 : (717)870-0382 352-746-0228
if you can rent You $44000 (352)341-0903 A Must See, 45 S.
Can Own Let us Lawn Business for Sale Jackson 2/1 w/carport, Another
show you how. Self- Acc,:unl, c Equiprr.r ..r new kit. cab. tiled eat in TAX
employed, all credit $20K. Serious Inq. Only. kit., sunrm. & bath, new REFUND
ssues bankruptcy Ok. ALAN NUSSO (352) 476-5690. Spotted Dog carpet liv. rm. & bdrm. BLOWN or NOT
Call M-F 352-344-0571 BROKER Office Space Available Real Estate newer; C : rhe.rc.3.of .5%
Associate /2 mile W. of Wal-Mart Love the Trail? How 8 yrs. cd .uch rrore Down Can Buy A
INVERNESS 3/2/2 Real Estate Sales Village W. Plaza about a Home or LaL $116,000. (774)836-2598 Lovely 2, 3 or 4
Beautiful New Home, Exit Realty Leaders (352) 422-2367 on or near the Trail. Another Bedroom Home in a
Pets on approval. (352) 422-6956 p il, Lots start in the 30's. A Nice Neighborhood.
aColl Stefanskier New Homes on your FREE TRAIL GUIDE REFUND DOWN PAYMENT
26 2224 land as little as 4 mos. Cynthia Smith, Realtor BLOWN orNOT? HOME LOANS
726-1192 or 601-2224 Call Suncoast Homes Direct (352) 601-2862 5% %or
INVERNESS (352) 697-1655 (2) DUPLEXES- Block DoingWhaillove' Down Can Buy A LEASE OPTIONS
3/2/2, st., lst, se24 PUBLISHER'S .,w/Stucco, neatt&- tampabay.rr.com Lovely 2, 3 or 4 With As Little As
$900. mo.,305-510-1234 IE' clean, country setting, 1 Bedroom Home in a $3950 Don.
INVERNESS OTICE:AC mol. Strong cash Your Neighborhood Nice Neighborhood. FREE Recorded
Highlands 2/2/1, lanaN All real estate flow. $269,900/offer REALTOR' ZERO Message
CHA, dishwasher, $685, ad .r : ir, I rN : (352) 726-1909 DOWN PAYMENT 1-800-233-9558 x 1005
813-973-7237 r,.. .D3pO, e; ubl.:f r BROKERS WELCOME HOME LOANS
LAUREL RIDGE 3/2/2 r, rr',e ,l AP. RS LEASEOPTIONS A BY OWNER cun.:.,S
P,:'I .,.x u--': .5,.'i' mo' to advertise "any $450,000. By OwnRer With As Little As ,2,3" p, D I .-:rE top
352-527-1051 prrer.- I rc.n $50,000. y owner $3950 Down. quality throughout
LEASE OPTION ,:,r,,Tir, F.::. CI352- TY634-4076 FREE Recorded Thousands below
S i acres, based on race, color, FSBO FLORAL CITY Message replacement cst
Barn/Workshop religion, sex, handi- Wv.rrr,ri c ni,,:u e 1-800-233-958 x1005 305(352) 527-2749.
Inglls $399,000. cap, familial status or C.B,:c, itr, -2 0FSB03 1O CrusH (s Brand5New
or $]800mo. national origin, or an H, I CB 1 FSBO Oak Ridge Citrus Hills Brand New
Lisa VanDeboe Intention, to make w/Inground pool, call nd' lrr.uldle 3/2 pool Home w/2215Sq.ft
Broker (R) /Owner such preference, limi- new stucco, french ,'. L,, home 1., an, L3/2/2. Close to shop-
352-422-7925 tatlon or discrlmina- doors & windows, ..3r',Z -.aa r,n,ce commsu. Wiping & golf. $1200.00
tion." Familial status In- DC' rl-d: r nr, r-du.:e.3 $295,500. Call 352-341-3330 or
LECANTO 3/2/2 cludes children under -ir,i:r., inr.ooe. brr o (352) 746-0025 1-800-864-4589
New Construction the age of 18 1 Frame, now rented.
$1000. mo. living with parents or (352) 586-9498 Craven Realty. Inc Have you been turned Completely refurbished,
Please contactNic at legal custodians. 352-. .- i .: down forba mortgage? 3/2/2, new carpet,
PleaicaWe can hepicat Ask abut t nrnn pl.r
612-730-3592 pregnant women our rent to own
and people securing proura ent toioie.)tirg BOwe.l
SUGARMILL custody of ldren (352) 686-8850
WOODS This newspaper will $2,000 BUYER'S REBATE .. 4 (850) 319-2913 or
2,3 & 4 Bedrooms not knowingly accept NEW, quality built 2678 W. Goldenrod Dr. (352) 746-0514
Homes $775 to any advertising for 3/2/2,2292 sq. ff. U.R ....rrerc.r El c.:am ..
$1400.mo, SMW Sales real estate which is in Open floor plan. Split Soi.3erro, 3, 2, or, i 3.9%/2.9%
(352) 382-2244 violation of the law. Bdrms. Tiled & Car- a.cre 2 IO.'u q n Full'Service Listing -
Our readers are peted. Appliances & Lf.,litoate Tir= luln., l o.n
hereby Informed that microwave: Window ape.o (352) 527-1717/ wn, Pa, i.:re..
all dwellings treatmentsLaund ry Don'tHorse Aroundl er re:
advertised in this room. Covered entry 25- r. E .per.nce
newspaper are avail- & Screen Lanai. Call & co.:mc.orae
$925 3/1.5 Unfurnished able on an equal Sodded, landscaped $150+Million SOLD!!I
Shop &Dock, O4rt-ni a, & sprinkers.$217,900. Pea : al
River Links Realty o.:. o:,r,,.lalr, o* 352-592-4403 for Details, .
,:6284616/800-488 5184 i,.:ll ,,I r,'lic :a or 352-584-7738 Lrisr.rr ., H-om ie .
HIJl-' trII1*rleea 0tolnr el ,-,Ol, I:
CRYSTAL RIVER 1-800 -6699777.The 2/2/1.5, split plan w/ ,-.av W.a ,:i: FREE Home Warranty
2/2/1, beautiful $1,300. toll-free telephone Cath. Ceiling, Liv. Rm APiell iare nt RON & KARNA NEITZ rr
mo.+ until 352-613-2761 number for the Din Rm, Sky Light In Kit., A Pine Rdge Resident BROKERS/REALTORS yo with msThe
Floral City 2 story, 3/2 hearing Impaired Is FI Rm, Scr porch, Shed, 352-422-0540 CITRUS REALTY GROUP Max" R Max SimmHW
F/P, built in bar, 1-800-927-9275. New AC, $144,900. Neg. 352-422-0540 (352)7950060C GR AssWD
dwIIlms1@tampa (352)79B-r0060.LLroker Associate.
upgrades galore. (352) 465-1904 bay.rr.com (352) 527-1655
$280,000. Will consider 3/2/2den nsulated
rent/lease option, $850 shed. Better than new, Craven Realty, Inc. -('. mif (o i.
6511 S. Dolphin Dr. u,,I- tile, Berber carpet, -.352-726-1515 ,
(727) 237-9062 '.,, high ceilings, near golf
INGLIS course & Elem/Middle 2/2/2 FOR SALE BY r
2/2 HouseCHA W/D --m schools, $196,800. OWNER Nice, private
hookup $700 mo REAL ESTATE CAREER 8323 N. Sarazen Dr. CBS home 1.2-acre lot
+ 1st, last &dep. I Sales LUc. Class (352) 634-380b near 44/491. New roof FSBOI Barely used Vac.
water & garbage $249. Start 2/14/06 I well system and boat home. Built In 2002, 3/2
14185 W. River Rd CITRUS REAL ESTATE I Another storage shed. $169K. in Brentwood/Citrus
352-447-5244 SCHOOL, INC. TAX 954-235-0892 Hills, fully landscaped
Cell 360-798-2681 (352)795-0060 REFUND 2/2/2, Brentwood, Villa on private Street.
L __ BLOWN or NOT?2/BntoodVilla
INVERNESS 5 maintenance free Gated Comm. Great
INVERNESS furnshd 2 Dorw nC Bu A many upgrades, neighbors. Facilities at
Secluded furnished 2 1 |t% n Hom Down Can Buy A by owner $174,500. Terra Vista Included
bedroom 2 bath wa- Lovely 2,3 or 4' FREE Home Warranty by owner $1527-0783 in membership.
side city lmitsll $1100 HAMILTON GROUP Nice Neighborhood. oil.:, .en iilr..) Cinnamon Ridge se ht around
ma. 352212-8656. FUND HAMILTON GROUP. ZERO y..ouJr hue :.r, rre 3-bed/2-bath/carport texerc se right arounded
In all types of mrt- DOWN PAYMENT Max" R. Max Simms, 1991 Skyline 1310 sf., tile Including ended
Igages in all types o fmort- HOME LOANS LLC, GRI, AHWD encl. Fla room, utility all weather lanai.
gages and all types of or Broker Associate. rm,
credit. Call AnnMarle LEASE OPTIONS (352) 527-1655 new roof, $79,900. Big Cash & Time Saving
Zarek, (352) 341-0313 With At Lie As 352-637-2973 over building new.
With At LitleAs "Oi& 8 3 2 Negotiated sale.
CRYSTAL RIVER 1IBR, *mLO $3950 Down. ANIO N Large Home $246K-$259K
furn., cable tv, phon5ne, thor ith FREE Recorded *& k 4/3, 2,500 sq. if. Large Won't Last.
$prv. bath, use of Kit, 1802395x8Message02 3-B yard. $1806,000/obo Call for Quick Showing
$325 352-79-7412 1-800-233-9558x005 Call (352) 422-1617 352-746-4134













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GOLF COURSE POOL
HOME 3/2/2
Great view! Best deal in
C.H. Membership avail.
$259,000. 352-527-0522
or 352-697-3310
HOW TO SPEED
UP YOUR HOME
SALE!
Online Email
debble@debble
Or Over The Phone
352-795-2441
DEBBIE RECTOR


Realty One
www.buyflorida
homesnow.com
Meadow Golf Course
2/2/2, + Den, cart gar.
encl. lanal, upgrades.
$278,000. 352-746-0228
Terra Vista Golf Course
Pool Home, Gibson Pt.
3/3/2 Single Family Villa
New in 2003
$329,900, 352-527-9973
TERRA VISTA VILLA
Maint. Free, spect. sun-
sets, tile roof, beaut.
landsc. Open plan,
3/2/2, top loc. 2600sf.
und. rf. Low tx. $347.000
Owner, (352) 527-3419


3.9/2.9%
Full Service Listing
Why Pay More???
No Hidden Fees
25+Yrs. Experience
Call & Compare
$150+Mllllon SOLDIII
Please Call for Details,
Listings & Home
Market Analysis ,
RON & KARNA NEITZ
BROKERS/REALTORS
CITRUS REALTY GROUP
(352)795-0060.



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$69,000. 2/1 + Ig. work-
shop w/ extra finished
room. Newly remod-
eled w/nice yd.
684' H Ch-.rl'.; Te,
(352) 422-7004
ARBOR LAKES 55+
2001 home, 1859 sq.ft.
3.'2.'2.ier.nded -ncl
.ar...3 l mnar., e1r.3
close to Lake, Pool &
clubhse. $264,900.
(352) 560-6151
By Owner 1998,28 x 48,
MH, on 2 lots, = 1.09 ac-
res, chain linked fence,
new well & septic, 3/2,
Laun.Rm., DR, ceiling
fans, sky lights, all apple ,
2 Ig. sheds, available
Immed. $145,000.obo
1908 E. Maryann Lane
464-3741 or 489-2925




18 Yrs. in Citrus


Call Me
ERIC HURWITZ
352-212-5718
ehurwitz@
tampabay.rr.com
Exit Realty Leqders
607 LaSalle Ave. 2/2,
-pir Pilr .;,.,rn r-pltel l/
remodeled, new roof
2005, sprinkler sys,
$169,900. Gary at (352)
746-0423, cell 249-8123
2/2/1, 102 Edison St.
built 2004; in city,-
all appl.incl. DW- W/D,
Open Sat & Sun. 1-4
$132,000.
1-(317) 363-7469
2/2/1 on 1/4 acre.
Repainted, new kit.
cab., fridg., stove, light
, fix., D/W,fans, bath
vanities, berber carpet.
$159,900.(352) 726-2361
3/2/2, IHW, 2,000 sq.ft.
under roof, upgraded
kitchen & bath, Priv.
fenced yard, 1006
Princeton In $139,900
(352) 563-4169
Another
TAX
REFUND
BLOWN or NOT?
5%
Down Cah Buy A
Lovely 2, 3 or 4
Bedroom Home In a
Nice Neighborhood.
DOWN PAYMENT
HOME LOANS
or
LEASE OPTIONS
With As Little As
$3950 Down.
FREE Recorded
.Message
1-800-233-9558 x1005
BY OWNER CBS BLOCK
HOME on 1.13 ac,
w/lots of big oaks. This
3/21/2/2 has new roof,
paint, carpet, tile, soffit
facia & custom gutter-
Ing all around, 2 sheds,
RV pad, lanal w/vinyl
windows, Indoor
laundry, fenced bkyrd
Close to shopping,
schools & hosptials.
Very Nice area
Won't last. Reduced
$235,000. 352-637-9220
FOR SALE BY OWNER
3/2/2, w/screen pool,
next to Lake, large
fenced lot, Broyhill
Estates New roof & A/C
$184,900 (352) 400-2704
GOLF COURSE LIVING,
Lrg. corner lot, 3/2/2,
split, open plan, new
roof, appl. & paint.
Fam. rm. w/fireplace,
$249,500 (352) 341-3941
or 239-209-1963 (cell)
Highlands 2/1/1
w/ Fl. room, cmrn. lot,
move-in cond. Owner
must sell $114,900.
302 Blanche St.
(352) 726-5584
Highlands 3/2/2 or den
& laundry rm., caged
inground pool., Lg. tiled
lanai. By Owner 6150 E.
Sage St. $169,000.
(352)726-4178/464-0062
Highlands 6360 E Gurley
St. By Owner 3/2/2. Spilt
plan, all wood floors
new kit. Gas FP In fam.
rm, $177,900. (352)
302-3901cell, 726-9928


(352) 628-9869
2/2/1 New Carpet/Paint
Inside. C/H/A scrn prch.
Only $126,500. Call
Chuck (352) 344-4793

















Old Homosassa
Fishing Retreat, 1 acre.
Mobile elevated w/ city
water. Deeded access
to gulf. No owner fin(


Will Pay Closing Cost
In Feb. 3/2/2, New paint
/carpet. Move-In cond.
$165,000.(352) 726-3258
HOME FOR SALE
On Your Lot, $106,900.
3/2/1 w/ Laundry
Atkinson Construction
352-637-4138
Uc.# CBC059685
INVERNESS GOLF & CC
3/2/2, inground caged
pool 16x28, inground
sprinklers $205,000,
3108 S. Tellico Ter, (352)
637-0041 464-2363
INVERNESS GOLF &
COUNTRY CLUB 3/2/2,
built 2002, $190,000
(352) 341-4368
Marilyn Booth, GRI
26 years of
experience
LOVE TO MAKE
HOUSE-CALLS"





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J.W. Morton, R.E., Inc
726-6668 637-4904
MOTIVATED SELLER
2/2/1 Highlands home
Borders Holden Park
Oversized lot, wood
floors, large shed
$129,900 (352) 726-0643
MUST SELL, Highlands,
mint 3/2/2, split
bedrooms, too many
extras to list. $174,900
(352) 726-0879, lv.msg.
Need a mortgage
& banks won't help?

bankruptcy Ok,
Associate Mortgage
Call M-F 352-344-0571
NEW 2005 Custom 2/2/2
On dbl. lot, all upgrad-
ed, Cent. Vac. Tile thru
..:,UI ,: iu hi 6 r.3 11o
,, appla..:e; I:'rr.- 3l
to sell at $145,000
(352) 726-3935, Iv. msg.





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Priced Below Appraisal,
2005 Home, 3/2.2 on
over 1I/2 acre corner
lot. split plan, w, great
room, all AppI, hot tub
off master, $185,000.
(352) 220-3897
Relocating 3/2/2 Pool
Home In Highlands
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(352).279-2772 or
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REDUCED NEW HOME
$289,900- 3/2/2
with screen lanai
9262 Beechtree Way
(352) 795-5308
Need a mortgage
& banks won't help?
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(352)795-0060,




2 Story Log Cabin,
4/4 + office on 1 acre
W/Inlaw Apt. (Liv
Rm.bedroom, Kit, &
bath) 28x40 garage/
work shop, fenced,
new roof, a/c, septic &
bathrooms. Owner
motivated, Must Sell,
S$269,900,
(352) 628-7167
2/1/2 Classic Chqrmer.
(with RV ho9k-up) Old
Homosassd Fishing
Village. 400' +/- from
river leading to gulf.
$239k Owner/Broker


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4/2/3, 12 Chinkapin Cir.
Estate L.:.l f .:.I :.S pa
near 4th :,.E, '.1:000 :q n
2,500 lvling, Immed. oc-
cup. avail., $375,000:
(352) 228-7755
By Owner 3/22V'/2,
2434 sq. ft. :plil lar.
p...:.1 JO? ,Q n i.r.-Di
i. r3rr. rrrm wet bar,.
well, 3 walk in closets,
h3r, ,=r,.- .,c.uri
$289.000. (352)382-7383
Need a mortgage
& banks won't help?
.Self-employed,
all credit Issues
r.r l :r g.r.'2
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New 2005 3,/2/2, 21:100
sa'. t. under root hilt,.
opplior.r.. rile
Oii-r,er.-J pc.rc-1
:C.ri ril.'ler :,: 2 "
(401) 524-1773
New Home 4/2/2 1930
sq.ft., gar. dr, opener,
quiet St., Ig. yd., only
23-i' i.riu .aior n'e3ir,
'eJier f'.o, 5K
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80 Vinca St.
(813) 787-4726
Open House Sat 12-3,
3/2/3, exec. home
w/den & solar htd. pool
o. erl.l:,..L ir..". oc.de'J
.or., Inr l r.a.: -jI rel
Motivated Seller
(352)476-1569/382-3312
$279,500. 183 Pine St.
SMW FOR SALE
3/2/2+ POOL
HOME.GREAT
.MlOPEN PLANl 770S.F.
2668 UR
CARPETVTILE FPl.,TILE
ROOF $255,000.00,
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.20 Lots Available
Spotted Dog Real
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Custom Home, 3/2/2 w/
or without fum, 4 decks,
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handicap dream,
Rainbow Springs, 68'
Above Gulf
S(352) 489-8097





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Ic.-:.r,. Garoa,3 'A'ltr.
Worl'sr.op J .e-)3r
S,3202 000
(352)447-3371




2 acres Beau. Oaks, 2/2
Home & 2, I rurr. UH
Near ]IP .r Gel'a.o,
or rerl. prop 1 I 4. J
- Ooo (352) 302-5570

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2/2,/carport Corr-plIe.-
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Gren 1rara 2 I3 C.-o ,'.
(352) 746-9742
for Appt.
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CONDO
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Gri-ur.a Floor I .e.a-
room i t.baor. ord.c. Ir.
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Michele Rose FOR SALE BY OWNER Log C,..Ir,
PE^ LTOR 2/2, off Gospel Island Eo IC. Fini:r,
'Simply Put- Rd., Inverness. Loguna :le LOa-ki. i.ir
I'll Work Harder" Palms. $109,000 golif Carollr
:t. r (352) 461-6973. Cell Info 828-24

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.n lau.r, 2
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Bergeron Const. Lic.
CBC 1252985 & Ins.
(352) 344-0713

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FSBO Royal Oaks
Condo, 1/1, part. Furn,
great cond, many
amenities, By Appt.
No Realtors
(352) 344-5966
GREEN BRIAR Citrus Hills
Condo, Great open
view, quiet area,
walk-In closet, up-
grades, new appli-
ances. Near common.
pool $146,500. Call
Owner 352-302-3467
SUGARMILL WOODS
2/2, on Golf course,
end unit, lower lever,
1550 sq ft + enclosed
lanai, $168,000. Furn,
$160,000 .Unfurn.
No Realtors
(352) 382-4944




(2) DUPLEXES- Block
w/Stuccb, neat &--
clean, country setting. 1
AC mol. Strong cash
flow. $269,900/offer
(352) 726-1909
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BEAUTIFUL :
El Diablo Golf Course lot.
By owner. No Agents.
$115K. (813) 313-4877
Beautiful Oversized Lot
cr. I It. r,h-.le 1ic i -e largs
S.'. .i ,.2 i. 2 ,r d
IC.' '2 caged po:,1 a3
mutte e 'I I 2:9 ','
352-465-7697/228-0598
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Spotted Dog Real
Estate (352) 628-9191
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2/2/2,.Spaclous Rooms,
fenced In yard, FP,
endcl. lanal, caged in
ground pool, gazebo,
dock area, new roof
new carpet & tile move
in condition $349,900.
(352) 860-2067
3/2/1, Waterfront Home
Just Minutes to gulf,
SReduced ft. $495,000.,
to $449,000. Mint. cond.
11290 W. Coral Ct.
For Info (352) 422-0052
3/2 on Beautiful Lake
Bonneble, 5 total
pieces of property,
pool, hot tub, 100 ft
dock, very secluded,
many, many extras,
$469,900.
(352) 894-1490
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/2/2, Boat, Lift, Dock;
Deck. $469,900
(352)465-1261
(352)536-0970
Crystal River Magnifi-
cent view of Kings Bay,
3/2/2 irrg. new C/H/A,
spring water, 8'x 20'
dock, pier wall, 12 palm
trees In front w/idr. dr.,
1115 N. Stoney Pt.,
$689,000 FSBO, apt only
352-795-1934 agents ok
Floral City 2 story, 3/2
Fp. Oullit Irn, Pr
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22 .? I'ICI '/Ill .:.:r.:. r ,
rent r'i-s ,-.pi.:.r, :BlU
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(727) 237-9062
For Sale By Owner
Crystal River. Woodland
Estates 3/2/2 .:-n
Deep..oater Carl ...lir
f:eo.. 11 (352) 746-3226
FSBO FLORAL CITY
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(352) 586-9498
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SAWGRASS LANDING
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CIr,; i.rr 'CO."k pool
www.fsbo-home.blz
/614/2695northsea
breezept/
$195K. (352) 527-9616
Waterfront 1987 Cedar
Stilt Home on deep
Caral iul'l-,rOi irc-m
H,:.rC.o; :aI I.er 3/2/3
17- :q n R.'.coapon
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$630,000. 352-621-6890
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Ari, -rea .:r C.:r.r -aii
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352-257-1202
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772-321-3661
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(352) 726-9369
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352-637-2973
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Meadowcrest Villa
(352) 527-9226 or
(352) 527-1680


3 4 LOTS AVAILABLE
Package deal,
$66,000. firm
(561) 718-4010
CITRUS SPRINGS Quiet
1.6ac. Blocks from Pine
Ridge, be 1st on the
block Motivated seller.
$85,000. (352) 795-2404
CITRUS SPRINGS 1.6 Ac.
SCorner lot.
7138 Wlndbrook Dr.
$114k (386) 793-3980
CITRUS SPRINGS LOT
Corner lot, 1/% acre,
Pocono & Vivian, near
country club; $39,000.
(913) 385-7213
CRYSTAL HILLS MINI
FARMS beautiful 2.5ac
$- -3i 352-212-7613
DESIRABLE 5 ACRES
Cr,' tal I. Ici p-or,,
Well eiec iracde:. cc.r
iidere.3 I 2': 0JU0 XL..
352-476-5993'613-2980
LECANTO A nrordoo.3Cl
.3a Higr. Dr, mulll or.-
ir.j On r r .:. rc. .': cr.
Axis Pt, Newly surveyed.
.$145K .(561) 588-7868
LOOKING TO BUILD
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Graceland Shores Lots
Lake access lots
starting at $20,000.
Waterfront starting at
$85,000. 4/2 MH
Lakeview $90,000. For
more Info. call kenny
(352) 316-2168



26.7ac Hwy41 Citrus
Co. 1238 ft Frontage on
Hwy41 GNC zoning to-
400 ft deep Also fronts
on 3 other roads ,
M. Walters & Co
Uc RE Bkr $1,700,000.
772-468-8306
Beautiful Oak Treesl
Inverness .87 acres -
quiet dead end St.in
city limits. Zoned
LMD/R3. Build a home,
day care, church or -
school. $94,000.
(352) 688-9274.



4 LOTS, HOMOSASSA
Well & septic. Off 490.
-Nice dry area..
(352) 341-2200
1-1/2 BUILDING LOTS
Floral Ciry, zorea li'r
hou-eL or nrro[lole.: Cir,
waler pa-.'.ed ;lreel

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paoli OCner financing
,3, 500 oh,:,
(352) 726-9369
Beautiful Oak Treesi
ir..err.&es 87 a:re-.
quie aeoad er., CI Ir.
:it, iliilt: Zonred
LMDiR3 Build a ro-me
day care, church or
school. $94,000.
(352) 688-9274
Cheap Lots, by Owner
BelI sre-:' Lc-...et
Prlce guarrariteea,'
Call (954) 661-9267 or,
www.cltruscounty. ,
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CITRUS SPRINGS
Prime Lo."all.:.r. l.el
5 -OujIlTul Ire'-
(352) 354-5407
CITRUS SPRINGS
LOT
Or, WelSt Partje ODr,.we
near EarVm n Blvd Greal
1rea cnooir near./ 3aS
Well ac 2 golr courses'
I 3 000 8,33-602.1220".
CRYSTAL RIVER BeautlrL
C'.rrer Lot l:ocr3ld
-.i13le Pork & iunrdarnce
I it JHoiT,." onl,
cleared i,.ater occe,.
cIr, .atiei. bi o.'.r.er
$54,900. (352) 564-9223
Lot In Forest Area of
Rainbow Springs.
I U* acre: .r, quiet
W -ird. LOOp I |.. 0fa
r.elgrp.:.r: B, ..,rer
'.92 900 (352) 465-4037
PINE RIDGE
ppro,, i lc .:re:
Lot orn Brtaer
(352) 563-1629
PINE RIDGE 2') lw Toll
0.31-: Dr parnaii,
Cle,)re.3 CHEAP (352)
344-3744 or 527-0635
PINERIDGE 2.75 ACRES
I l.:elyv wo.ded & le. eL
(ur.e.,ea5 2 -1i 00
(352) 527-1239


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SUBURBAN ACRES
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Equestrian Area '
Shamrock Acres
Crystal River
Corner Lot,
Paved Road
Why buy listings @
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STEAL this @ $185K
561-582-5573




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(352) 465-8833
RAINBOW SPRINGS
GOLF COMMUNITY
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PINERIDGE LOT Bayliner Trophy WINNEBAGO
$99,500. Neg. 21 '8" w/trl., needs eng., '84, class A 22ft. new
(352) 447-2053- $2500. OBO tires brakes & battery,
No Owner Finance (352) 860-0471, 454 eng., gen. $3,800.
Several Dbl. Lots Bertram obo. (352) 560-7214
For Sale. Sgl. Lots 1973, 28 ft., Sportflsh,
Too (352) 628-7024 generator, AC, refrlger-
ator, fighting fish chair.
. SUGARMILL (352) 586-9347
riSOUTHERN WOODS AIL 2006 PREMIER
TOversize deep lot south AT BIG SAVINGSII Brand New By Hy'llne,
ofUS98 mainblvd CarolinaSkiff to 32FT travel trailer, super
$78,000.00 352-464-2463 Pontoons. 14FT-38FT slide, washer/dryer,
or 352-503-3123 tri-axle. Gaiv.& Alum. Sacrifice $24,900., trade
Sugarmill Woods In stock, at OLD prices (352) 563-2829
Reduced by owner WHILE THEY LASTII COACHMAN 2002
Cypress Village, nice lot (352) 527-3555 CATALINA LITE-24FT
3 Dahoon Ct. N. Mon-Fri. 9am-5pm SLEEPS 6, LOTS OF
$59,500. (352) 586-6696 EXTRAS-WT 3893 $9,850.
TUCSON ARIZONA Cajun Bass Boat 352-795-6878 FOR
Arizona Ranch Lots Fiberglass, 16', aerated APPOINTMENT.
$9,995. ea. w/ water live well FF, 50 hp ELITE '05
elect., ready to build on motor, swivel seats Travel Trailer; 33', super
First 50 Calls trolling motor, tri. & slide out, washer &
(281) 309-1989 custom cover. Used less dryer, C/H/A, consider
than 5 hr. $6000. 0 -0 ,dryer, C/H/A, consider
WAYNE than 5 hr. $6000. OBO(352)597-2042 trailer on trade, $17,900
WAYNE : (352) 597-2042 firm. (813) 786-6896
CORMIER, CAROLINA SKIFF JAYCO
2003, Guide Fishing 2 '96, Eagle, SL220
SBoat, w/2003, 1154 23ftf excel. cond,, fac-
stroke Yamaha, new tory complete $5,800
trailer, trolling motor, (352tory complete $447-3575
depth recorder, ship to (352) 447-357
Shore radio, all KOMFORT
i T.accessories, 30' 1008 5th Wheel la
S$12,500. (352) 302-9047 i.3l,:.ur re-r Li.:rer,
CHAMPION .Juc rea reai r IIIr
03, 18'; Bass Boat, 150hp a.-.r,in- r.,e.-.er lire.
ic.hr. or. roller oerleri-. $11,500. obo
(419) 989-3492 (352) 447-0623
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(352) 382-4500 FIESTA PONTOON Rockwood 26'
(352) 422-0751. 199- i 0 r. E.r, ru.l- 200 r.iroie iurr
Gate House Seat ovrs, flshflnder, slile out, ind..susp. alloy
SRealty -Bimirini. Gd. cond, $4850. w
SReally wheels, used once,
WEST TEXAS RANCHES (352) 628-5027 .'in', n f plor.. f.:.r :
$2,995. ea. w/ water Fiesta Pontoon 20 D ioi- i- onc
elect., paved streets, 75 hp Suzuki, no trd.; (352) 621-6890
ready to build your. HF Padi.:. E-.:el. cond.
Texas Ranch Home r-1,
Call (281) 309-1989 (352),621-3103 .
HARRIS
'89,20ft. Center Con- 4 NEW TIRES

lare IT L.1n SHI- marn i:0-.1"
ner outboard, see at
NC Mouptain Property Lk Rousseau RV.Resort (352) 746-3228
SRidges Resort $6,000. (352) 697-3779 1993 Ford Mini Van
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Golf Course & Lake '97, Fundeck, 24ft. r,.-.. on: rn.:. trile prt:
Phase 1 closeout, Volvo Penta, V8, 10,. ,-,r,i, : J.i:' .,c.
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t',.i,,jgr,h.c i'r. ':al l '. (352) 795-4002 Chrysler, Town &
(866) 997-0700, ext. 200 JON BOAT. Country Mini Van front
for Info F iri-i t ,rr.--or.:n Bra Cover
.or irail-r .e-Trr. Flts. yr. 2001-2004rmodel
:.IX00 I (352) gC..:.-d .:.r,. $35.
344-1428 or220-8454 (352)563-1139
FORD CHROME WHEELS
'""5 Lug, $150.
iLRHURRICANE. (352) 277-4528
Deck Bosats Michelin Tires
SWEETWATER. P235-60R-16;LX4 WSW
PONTOONS org. $256. ea. half worn
*POLAR.* $120. for all four "
S Ba, .JDr..j ,'n r.:-re- (352) 382-1191
..lB Citrus Counties MUSTANG WHEELS
.VACANT LAND Best Service & .4 factor, 15" aluminum
Peace & Serenityl 1.50 ..Selectio. .rr.
acres with water view in Crystal River $195. 352-422-3461
Crystal River Citrus Marine UTILITY TOPPER
Courrr Car.ofa.:t JanTILITYTOPPER
t.Kerior C21 Ho ,elo.reiow 352-795-2597 4 locked bins, fits 6Ft
Propen.es Mak217',i---p bed, $200-
WATERF Mako 17', R. %N A (352) 726-53.9
WATERFRONT ACRE Evinrude, magic loader
ieoa irl t.. cr-,.-,r, .:4 rr.aii t s.e l m inialne.1
:- :'.. o .'3 l 1-.r0 $4.500. (352) 422-4637
21)917-6 MFG Runabout 2i)Wanted
WATERFRONT Over C:iV: la-r.Ire- rieer- ATV + ATC USED PARTS
one beautiful acre In ala:. -'.,,J0rir.Iit .,ur, Bu,-'Cei-raae CT.. TC
Floral City right off Era Tri ,a:.:-c :,.o Gocarth 12-.prn Dave's
Hwy41. Only$79,900. i 50 (352) 564-1390 USA (352) 628-2084
Call(352) 302-3126 NICE BOAT
2000 Moniqrey 2 20 CONSIGNMENT USA
Ep20 Monrr erey 22a) l Car-Truck-Boat-SUV

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t0 hoCur, no Iraier
H, ,osass-as R er 1.
Boat Trailer, 19/20ft.. 352.-621-0490r Ul-aIrpc.. 212-3041
2000, excel. :cor .- ill I t 00 00 FREE REMOVAL OF
.,3e5. u, Ic- 1020 Oysn,.FREE REMOVAL OF
$' 800. Odyssey r.-o..-ers molr.,-,:
S (352)621-3418 Pontoon 23', 20:S 1. .- r: 'F jet r ,.
M I'N TO J O tr -...ke -IHP 3,wheelers. 628-2084
SMARINER OUTBOARD .arnr.a .. ton.,err.
:,HP frr .r.. .':lear. 'toller $15,000.(352)
SraIrr. 1.1i.:r,.a.,, :.-r. r 447-5660,634-4588
e (352) 527-555 Perfecl Fishing Boat ..
r. .lrr, o r.-3 r--l lrJ ,alert .-rc .e 2001 KIASEPHiA
,T,,,r, V I.I Irr..i,ru. 1 H. .3Cr ,..ilr JHIA .
.n,.,.r Jr l:. rtr.r .Su ''" .. Gr lr C ri $ 4.'10 eOO .
r -, r:rr.,l.a ., c '.'; 1 Ne* BrakES., AC Runr,
or,, :eIc. r, :.' c - ur' Great. Call Carl
'. (352) 726-7766 oar. :.r, -is'r. @352.302.7294
Side Rear Rail (352) 563-0022 2003 MERCURY
r; for 20' Pontoon .Boat, PONTOON 24ft GRAND MARQUIS
Starboard Side, '89 Grumman, 95 Beautiful cat, looks new.
$100.1 ,.on-rro., '.r,r.P i D'ri Presidential Package,
S (352) 637-1701 inrr, t.:.p.; .'J ,j r....i 21 rmi,,le I 13,500.
rr hr i.Ig Mo .tr .-'pe-' 'rner 352 527-1208
.le on 2' b ..- rr. For pics -email
I h r' : r:. Irier Ir. wayne@gate.net
I=,Bo a ts C rr 5 ,' '.-- io i
SRiver 79,5-6658
0TR R Sea- Pro 180cc
: THREE RIVERS ,:: r, ,a.maha,- l .

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g "j,jr hiO ,lrT'r.:).
.1. $14,500.(352)447-6264 '
Sea Ray o .
CLEAN USED '78, 1651/0, merc cruise
We BOATS &Iser e, c.:-r.
F" We-Need Them] ($3,500.2)a795-6
P We Sell Them! SHAMROCK (352) 795-6901


shallow drive, bimini
,2000 SKEETER ZX top,.swimplatform, "e

S' Yamaha250 Saltwater s spare tire & rim Fruno
SGreat shape $21500. Fish finde r, VHF, Trim *
aSCal Chris 352-235-2308 Tabs, Standard .
automatic fuel gauge,'

,16' bass boat 50HP Mer- (352) 795-9390 L/M i

o MrBird D t Fndr,KE 1995, 20', Pontoon, new BUICK
Tr* NE 6500o r, LK 50h p-Yamaha, good 1997, LeSabre, rubs exc.
W 303-1654 serious inq condo $6500. .new tires, 30mpg, new
i only Ive messg i (352)563-5033 brakes, full pwr, 3.8 liter,
'.12' Square Stern Canoe Stinger 16' CC full Iqndow roof, body
' 2.5 hp Mercury, very 1997, w/50 Yamaha Very good cond, blue
, low hours, $450. 4 stroke, excel. cond. on blue, 148K, $400.
(. 352) 628-3097 5 $7,500.00 I (352)465-4208
14' Fberglass Tri-hull, (352) 527-8150 BUICK
Il i '94, Park Avenue,


14'. Fiberglass Boat (352) 726-6197
w/ 35hp mercury, COACHMAN BUICK
ii Fif'ndcer & trailer, 1991,20' Class C Chevy 95, 4 DR, runs good
'I ; .in (352)344-8871 350 engine, Generator, $2,500.
S 16' SEAFOX exc. cond. $12,500/obo (352)3444324
HPJohnsoTrlr489-7673 BUICK CENTURY
Bim. top, Radio, Depth FLEETWOOD 1999, 4dr, 51K ml.,
is fndr Very gd. cond. 1991 Flair, Class A, 25ft. $5905/obo
^ $5,200. (352) 527-9779 39,500 actual miles, (352) 795-8983


18' V HULL BOAT Ford 460, Onan 4000 CADILLAC
with trailer, all alum, generator $8,500. 1998 d'elegance
90HP Merc engine, 352-697-1218 Sedan, all options; 87K,
S $2500/obo Fleetwood like new. $8,500. O
S(352) 746-2067 '96, Flair, Class A, 30ft., (352) 746-4703
19' SEAGULL CAT clean, good shape, CADILLAC
004 15lhp Mercury Op- qn. bed, $27,000.obo '96, Sedan Dellle,
4 imax w/ warr til 09Great (352) 613-0364 86k ml. Northstar, V8,
4;n b;U seas and shallow Holiday Rambler clean-economical
P" ,te-, Lots of extras. Admiral SE, 2004,.32', $4,995. (352) 220-8716
V $16,999. 352-422-0546 low mileage, still brand CADILLAC
S21'CUDDY PROLINE new, 2 pop-outs w/2 '99, Sedan DeVille, 25k
S1988, W/Hardtop, 200 queen beds, many ext. ml. full power, $11,000,
F'offshore Mere. tandem $78,900. (352) 746-5427 obo, Keith, located be-
' trailer, $7500/obo Monaco Monarch side HarleyiDavidson
352-586-3010 34' 2000, 30k miles,. on Hwy. 19
L" AIRBOAT w/slide, neutral'colors, (352) 795-4226.
16FT, 2003, SS cage, PS, V10, Howard steering,
Oo o$56,000. (32) 7 46-945,7 Call Us For More
PA prop, rod boxes, car info About New
engine, extras, $13,500 Search 100's of Rules for Car
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(765) 336-9590 Local Autos Donations ;
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,Pan fish 16 in top cond. www.naturecoast to
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.anvas cvr, 25HP Merc. (Rescue Mission for
Newer elec. motor. J .i Men Women &
S3K firm. (352) 344-0461 ai i3UN1(),427 Children)
or (352) 697-0005. at (352) 527-6500


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SCORVETTE 1979 SE, white, runs good,
V-8, auto, project car. V-6, 166K ml. Must sell.
Runs good. $3750/obo $1800/obo
Possible. trade. (352)341-3083
(352) 726-6864
Corvette 1979, "MR CIC0U
Factory 4 speed, 350
eng., new leather seats,
carpet, a/c, & P/S.
Glass t-tops. 75k miles,
$8900. (352) 228-1812
MERCEDES
1974, 450SL convertible,
exc, cond., lots of work
has been done,
(352) 586-9498
MUSTANG 1983
Convertible, auto, air,
40K orig. miles. Exc.
shape, $4500/obo
(352) 726-6864 ALAN NUSSO
OLDSMOBILE I BROKER
1946, 98, 4 dr, fairE Assoiate
restorable condal Sales
Canton Ohlo area. Exit Realty Leaders
$3,000(352) 726-0005 (352) 422-6956


mop%


pending In the Circuit
Court for Citrus County,
Florida, Probate Division,
File. Number 2006-CP-22;
.the address of which Is
110 North Apopka Ave-


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CSTUDABACKER
Sdn ',74 1948, Champion, 4 dr
classic, new engine,
s ell a a new brakes, new tires,
$4500; (352) 465-1007

Camaro
'96, for parts or project
carcan hear run. = rc
$1,100. obo
(352) 746-5388 '03 Dodge
CAMARO Z28 Durango 28K, SLT,
2000 Ground effects, Grey $18,488
6spd, leather Int. Many
extras. $12,000 Call Call Richard
352-302-4238 after 2:30 726-1238
Chevy
'98 Prizm,
SBei e, $4,000. on
(352)527-8614 -4
CHEVY Malibu
1999, Black, fully loaded
4 door, CD player, Ithr. o
seats, $4299, (352)
563-2111/212-9032 S *
I CHRYSLER$
Concorde 1997, V-6 ..l Sr
125K ml. 4dr, air, all pwr.
Michelin tires. Exc cond.
$2900 (352) 382-1381 FDODGE
Corvette Cnv. 1997 Ram 4x4 1500.
1989, 68k, auto9, good Quad cab,8$6500
cond. $9,300:00 or best offer.
(352) 527-8150 (352) 628-4228
FORD Dodge Dakota STL
1993 Escort SW, 84K ml. 20C Q.J, .':.' T.-
a.,.:..- rur;nrira c.:.nd. V8, tow pkg gcod go
,i,00 (352) 726-2038 mileage, Excel. cond.
d O & $15,900. (352) 746-5427
FORD
Io4.- 0 E .'r 0 .1999, 51K,.4X2 Super

(352) 341-2324 C..Jr J .'" be.dller
4dr, topper ruling t,a
FORD '99 ESCORT 4dr exc; cond. $9,800/obo
AC, FM, Cass auto, (352) 563-5929
great MPG, Clean,
$3350. 352-382-7764 FORD F-250
128.3 di l,;&i l .cob
Ford Mustang -., ',.er,.sI' i

.-se-a C '.' -:. .J :ene Ham ,i rr,,:,unlirl Ieo-.
rear spoiler, PWremote3 i Jrj (352) 726-3694
mirrors, 43,000low miles.
75,000 mile tires, excel. FORD F350 Duallie
cond. in & out. $8,900, 1999 Diesel truck
(352)860-0809/422-7373 .1.:e tod p ,.
FordTaurus SE -' ele-. r..
1998, 24 valve 6 cyl., (352)6211993
55k, keyless entry; load-
.ed Ice .:.:.ld air iJC50 ;IGMC
(352)489-5763,'445-0507 -88 aulo IorgOe
1 N -00.r-3 n- rCe iBazer
FORD TBIRD work truck, $1,800. obo
0".eM LOL', 5 r_'l-E R Mike (352) 464-1616

-',200 (352)382 3223 -MC Truck
'4 wr .: *0,",',o,

(352) 621-3974
MAZDA B2300
-rro Bn.T:.r:.r rr,.1a

L ,E :.D r u r . 2 '.r u ri
(352) 302-5481
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snrf. like new Michelins, a 3p
e ga, mi $6,500. M ,
(352) 586-0180 ,'
HONDA PRELUDE
'96, sporty:, 2 dr. blk,' all
r.e-... lire runr: Oreal "
re d: .: d, ..or 5 ,Er,
drivers side, $3500..
(352) 746-1802 00 Chevy Blazer
INFINITI
1999, 1-80, Black T, Red.
w/Beige leather,136K $10,488
S.Owner, $6,995 Call Richard
352-795-9927all Ri rd
Kia Sedona EX
20f12 .pa : leolher Chevy Blazer
-.,.,ro.:.r dul ai r 2001 cIlue 2 ,ar Gsx.eI
warr.; $9500. c'' :r,. Jk s .. 900
(352) 489-0053 (352) 249-3228
LEXUSHI Chevy Blazer F10
'03 E i7300 J ,Ti .ller 1992 V.6 13-' e an,-
,.':ur.,o r r I nr,, .' ,e v part iooi, & rjunr;
lire,. $22.900. ac, o .2s50I
(352) 621-0489 (352) 795-0049
LINCOLN TOWNCAR ISUZU
8. .ir,3., lure 000 .3 '95, R,:.Jde.: 6 c,I
mr.:onnr r i.:.O ; rinr,: loadef 10Jl. $3,000.
greal t.. ,:, .. after 6;30 pm
(352) 795-7325 (352) 302-3943
Mazda Miata MX-5 JEEP
1999, 10th Ar n "p Ed '95 wrar,.tr J ..ri
#3908,6spd, 61kb e808 dr. .e 4,- i5-.0.
$1600 under blue Src $5,000.
book. (352) 746-6583 (352) 697-1613
MERCURY SABLE Jeep
2004, Immaculate, fully '99, Wrangler, fully load-
equipped, Including ed, auto air, CD. tilt
auto. adj. for brake & cruise, 3 tops, new
..e :.r.:.r -edo- : goodyear, wrangler fi-
)J 1 (11r) r 765i l i i .:o,P res, newstep bars
352-382-0141 $9,250. (352) 382-7001,.
MITSUBISHI or 314-249-8015
'95, Mirage, Coupe S, OLDSMOBILE
auto, air, 1 a. ri..:.ior 2000 Bravada, AWD, all
'gas savor, $1,500. obo options new trees .
(352) 527-9944 leather, sunroof, CD
MUSTANG player, heated seats,
'98, 3.8L, V6, runs like etc. low mileage,,
new, cold AC, (352) 586-9498
$3,350 obo
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bashed, Must see. Nego ELOR
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2003, exTA coId, well

obo. Pine Ridge Estates.
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I IONIClI~ ,,., 1993, 4x4, rebuilt engine
m'e "m &ttransr moold e,'C

2000, GTS CeIlca, 8 JEE WRANGLER
leather Interior, JEEP WRANGLER.
018" TRD Rims & wheels, 19914acyl. 32" Super
Under 100,000ml. Value cond. Runs great. $5000
$11,500. Asking $10,000. firm. (352) 795-1816
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1995 DODGE VAN


CHEVY
1997, high top conver-
sion Van, 80,000ml, 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
Chrysler Town &
County LX, 2005,
31k, $14,500.
(352) 382-1168
Dodge
'02, Grand Cara.or.ES, .
loaded, w/ oall prionr!
excel. cond. 84k mi.
$9,199. (352) 746-3982
Dodge Custom Van
1C,. 250.. 'f3l 18 ena
rTie.'. Drale-. C -ino .
m.,Lper.:l.n .er, cieor
"u000 (352) 637-1937
Eagle Summit
i "'2 .JA r.l.pg i'ur,; S
(352) 228-9790
FORD
1900 Econoline 150,
w ,-ri ..3rJ. *,rolgr. r6,
cagaeid ...ri ar-a, runs
g,.:--. i 2,,0
(352) 637-0256
KIA
. 2002, Van EX, loaded,
e.,jir.e, all F ..r .ur,-
Co.,.r moo rIT.; '-., I I M lCI
(352) 454-1139
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bu,-.eii-fra,- r. "rC
'* .,-:aIrrs 12-'iT, Dave's
USA (352) 628-2084
GO-KART
Brand new engine, runs
areat ,600/obo
(352) 746-2067




HONDA
03 'JI.er vWir.g 61.t.u :
like rn,e o. rrille, -
$5,000. (352) ,794-4129
HONDA
'05 cho-o. ?E; OCC
p-al >-.r.ile e..:eI
,,Cr. Ic 1.v l'
$5.000. (352) 465-0802
HONDA
,l,9A Goia.,r.,g ,
Irnlersiole 31K Juil
serviced ne.'., roner ,
0 10') (352) 527-3641
HONDA
'85 hr03-.-. re *:o-a
.leioo): .vir,.a.rieldo
ready to go. $2,100.
(352) 860-2612
HONDA OF
CRYSTAL RIVER
Scooters 49cc
S i J ,) 00
Scooters 125cc,
$2A99.00
Scooters 250cc
$3,999.00'
(352) 795-4832

HONDA SHADOW
'203 600.-.:.
351,.13500 Call ales
7:30pm or leave
message. 746-3155
HONDA VLX
.I'00, I-''O Condo,
oppi, reI ull, ,Oae
gareal ;r-,pei Won',er.
owner. (352)257-9597
KAWASAKI NINJA
250. : 2i:i03 I ,ve re.,,
le: inar. J4i0 mniie:
(352)637-1024
Kawaski Vulcan
,l0:I .: t.u :""I
loaded, 2000 miles, like
new. A Steall $4,500.
(352) 476-1543 Bev.
His.
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STOCK MUFFLERS
91 Harley, FLHTC-ULTRA
excellent cond., $150
(352) 344-9958
SUZUKI RF600
Sportbike, Good cond,
w/extras. $3000/obo'or
* trade for 4 whir same
value. (352) 341-4478
Suzuki RM85
2006, ridden 4 times,
like new. $2700. OBO
(352) 212-1776
VULCAN 750
1999,22k miles,
$2,500.
Lay away o.k.
422-2798




540-0207 TUCRN
Notice to Creditors
Estate of
Mary C. Glallourakis
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 2006-CP-22
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARY C. GIALLOURAKIS,
DECEASED.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The Administration of the
Estate of MARY C. GIAL-
LOURAKIS, Deceased,
whose date of death was
December 9, 2005, Is


Cl-ASSIFIDEIDS


1997 -FORD
AEROSTAR
V-6 Runs & Looks Good
A/NC2,100.00
352-628-1196




R^Kj ifochard M 726-123


nue, Inverness, Florida'
34450. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth be-
low. -
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons,
who have claims or de-,
mands against dece-
dent's estate, Including
.unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated, claims, and
who have been served a
,copy of this notice, must
file their claims with this
-Court WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE (3) MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS
AFTER THE DATE: OF SERV-
ICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against the dece-
dent's, estate Ir,. ..ddlrng
unmatured, c.'r.n'ge, r.i
unliquidated -Ci:Jirr.. ,T.u.r
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE ",'
MONTHS AFTER THE C-it
OF THE FIRST PUBUCATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED
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LEON M BOYAJAN, II,
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547-0214 TUCRN
Notic- -- '.:.. 5r-.i .:.,
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Tr..:'rno: L F,3Jiia ii.I
PUBLIC fIOIICE
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THOMAS L. PAGLIARELLA
I..v,: ,I .'. I-
JOTICE rO CREDITORS
rr.I, agiaTir.Il:nit-T:.r. .:.' ir,5
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GLIARELLA, ,-I--:,.-I FI,
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'..urn lui' c- i.,: County,
nn -i a Cr..rai.,l Division.
the address. of which is
1i1: lh,:,nr, ':r-,:,r ,,pi% -) /e.,
ih'. ir," i. JJ):' rhe
r,.aT,,-. , ) -li. :.C: of
the personal representa-
tive and the personal rep-
resentative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the, dece-
.i4rl and other persons
raT.ir.g claims or de-
,.Taras against de-:e-
.e r.I estate, ircl.iij.nir.g
ur.nr.'itrured, contingent or
ur.iI'li' ciaia claims, on
r.. r:.r,. .::opy of this no-
tice is served must file
their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTEP THE D=0TE
OF THE FIRST .r,.LIC-iC',
OF THIS NOTICE OR .30
C-,-. AFTER THE DATE OF
.SERVICE OF A COPY OF.
THIS NOTICE ON THEM -
-i-i r..Ir,,- :,3It :, ,: the .
'.-e.oa .5ri .r.iJ .-,r. per-
-:.:-r,: rIa ir.3 claims or a-
Taor. : a-alnst dece-
erai : ne ate, Including
unmatured, contingent or
unllquldated' claims, must
file their claims with this
Court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
rrT Uai.- ..'r sii c i
n :.ri, :r rri: J.rc I. F&Lm,-
P Petitioner:
/s/ VICTORIA L. SPILLER
c/o 452 Pleasant Grove
I In Rd.
Inverness, FL 34452
Phone No. (352) 726-0901
l ,'rF": r, I.i Ti.
SMARIE T. BLUME

11l. I i', two (2) times i
Haag, Friedrich & Blume,
P.A.
452 Pleasant Grove Rd,
Inverness, FL 34452
fr,Tr,.-l. I o (352) 726-0901
Pij..,i:r.,-1, two (2) times In'
the I," u: countyt y Chroni-
cle, Fl T.,jr,' 7 and 14,
2006.
548-0214 TUCRN
SNotice to Creditors
Estate of Robert R. Hook
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
.PROBATE DIVISION
N File No.: 2006-CP-79
IN RE: ESTATE OF-
ROBERT R. HOOK A/K/A
ROBERT RANDALL HOOK,
DECEASED.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
.estate of ROBERT R.
HOOK, deceased, whose
date of death -was DE-
CEMBER 27, 2005, Is pend-
ing In the Circuit Court fl3r
Citrus, County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the address
of which Is 110 North
--.D'.i -.enue, Inver-
rie" Fioil.: 34450. The
names and addresses of
the personal representa-
tive and the personal rep-.
resentative's attorney are
set forth below.
.All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against. dece-
dent's estate 0oh whom a -
copy of this notice Is re-
quired to be served must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
' decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against dece-
dent's estate must file


cle, February 7 and 14,
2006.
549-0214 TUCRN
Notice to Creditors
Estate of
Bruce Edward Moore
PUBLIC NOTICE.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 2006-CP-73
IN RE: ESTATE OF
BRUCE EDWARD MOORE,
DECEASED..
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of BRUCE EDWARD
MOORE, deceased,
whose date of death was
NOVEMBER 18, 2005, Is
pending In the Circuit
Court for Citrus County,
Florido F..-baie Division,
the 3I...-:: --r which Is
110 North Apopka Ave-
nue, Inverness, Florida
34450. The nam: nr.d
addresses of the p.,i :,r.aT
representafi.5 or.ard th
[.r.orial re-pi :e-ril.1i. e :
an.r..,'., a.e set icar, be-
I.--,.
I oce3i:..s of the dece-
dent -and ihT.r persons
having caiir.. ,or de-'
mands against dece-
'dent's e:'l-le :.-, .homn a-
copy o- IriT. r.-,,:e- Is re-
quired to, be served must
1it Tr.,ir .:ialm s %.nr. 1,I.I:
.:,.:.,jrt w riir THE L rTEFr F
'C f i iE Fn,':.i FI.iBLIC--il 41
C' -iH [:riT.:e CI" :'- C'S
: ih I. ':.'F I ,TI :F ,::'F
I: C iCE -:.F iH I. :l F

3 ; -rITr i., *:'i r -r-

aI,-r. : r .i', ,. iIT,,r. Ir a -l
ir i-r crlm A irri r .: .:.:.ji-r
TI-I CF i IE i i-I':I
TWICE. .
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING riHE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE. ANY CLAIM FILED
rwo (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
F r.,- T rI., 'Or T.r C.:I i -
ll ,3ll-C-r, -,5 1 r r i '. li:,- l,
i iL.r Jr ,'C'i: -
"-r...:r,.3J C.-D r.'r i.i -
: JAYNE ELLEN MOORE
I.:.,: H- H :I:"-i"-I.

-n-.:-i'r- [H,..r .'. r-,I
r-:- r.l3 L -
BRADSHAW & MOUNTJOY.
P.A.
Michael Mounfioy. Esq
20: .u'..jr., u:r.-. i.Quar .
Ir,. ir,-,.: .I. .r '-Cr -

f' i .r. r. i. -. I II
,:1- fC,_= C, r'r, riJ i
2006.
550-0214 TUCRN
Estate of
D '",:.-.ii .1. r.1 r .:.. .
PUBLIC NOlICE
rI iHE ,C-l C', lil.--Jir F,- r
IH .: ..:.:T.I riF c.-
PROBATE DIVISION
*. Fl ir1.,-. 200-CP-50
IN RE: E i-i :.F'
DOROTHY M. ROWARS,
:.,:: LE .-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ir, 3,-,3iTr.i.l:rorn.:.. .: r. -
,.r3i., .:.r DOROTHY M
ROWARS. deceased,
.,.r,,:. 3.31 .:,r -iAeaTr .rIo
.ECii .1kEr 10 1). I.
p.r,.l r, irg iir,e C r.ircull
'C :" i. Cr CIIr -' ,jr.r,
Ir.e -13'3 -,..: r T ..-r..: r. I.
I 1C lr,.,nr, L'-:.:. .L - .-
nue; Inverness, Florida
J ,li ire rairr, : ,3r
-3,1 re..-: .I ir,e per.s r..r l
epi rii.3ri e ar..3 ir.e
personal- representative's.
ac:r.ena, are- i Irth -.
I':. = ,-- S
11l C -,., ll,;r' IrT a..0-.
3-ril or..3 cr.ir- r pai'.,:r.
r.o Irg clai. : .i.-
mands .against dece-
dent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice Is re-
quired to be served must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTH: -"ITE/ FHE k r.IE
OF THE :rl,.i .iSLi.: nC':-tm
OF THIS NOTICE. OR30
:,.. C- FTEF THE DATE OF
1kE.i.-tE .- A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM,
11 I:. I,, :rI 1ll: I; of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against dece-
d-.r,.: late must file
n,.-Ir .:lair'., with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS FTEP
THE DATE OF THE fl:ir
n..i61.iC-Il.-Ili OF THIS NO-
TICE. I -
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWIIHSTANDiNG THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED
J.r, ,'1 -1 ,:,1 Ir,- nrlr 1 ojt,-
Ii." 'll 1n., '. 1 ir,i. rJo1 l,.r il
F:LTu.3r, -I:1 :1.'
Personal Representative:
BANK OF AMERICA. N.A.
E. ,. DURWOODP.
S HOWELL. CTFA
' :'-,i r Orange Ave.*
Suite 700
'Orlando, FL 32801
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
BRADSHAW & MOUNTJOY,
P.A.,
/s/ Michael Mountjoy, Esq.
209 Courthouse Square
Inverness, FL 34450
Florida Bar No,: 157310
Telephone: (352) 726-121-1..
Published two (2) times in
the Citrus County Chroni-
cle, February 7 and 14.
2006.
551-0214 TUCRN
Notice to Creditors
'Estate of ,
Jeffrey Brian Moore
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT;IN AND FOR
CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
FILE NO. 2006-CP-40
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
JEFFREY BRIAN MOORE,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
ESTATE OF JEFFREY BRIAN
lMOORE, deceased. File
Number 2006-CP-40 Is
pending -In the Circuit
Court for Citrus County,
Florida Probate Division,
the address of which Is
110 N. Apopka Avenue,
Inverness, Florida 34450.
The names and addresses
of the personal repre-
sentative and the person-
al representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-


-Ej-
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS ,NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of first publica-
tion of this' Notice Is Feb-
ruary 7, 2006.
Personal Representative:
JEFFREY BRIAN MOORE, JR.
12028 E. Valley Road
Dunlap, TN 37327
Attorney for
Personal Representative:
BRUCE CARNEY, ESQUIRE
Carney & Associates, PA. "
7655 W Gulf to Lake Hwy. .
Suite 2
Crystal River, Florida 34429
352/795-8888
Published two (2) times In
the Citrus County Chroni-
cle, February 7 and 14,
2006.
552-0214 TUCRN
I ].rl,:e ho 'C e~ llr.:,
I 13e :- r
Merlin Wesley Reese, Jr.
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
FILE NO. 2006-CP-29
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
MERUN WESLEY REESE, JR.,
Deceased;
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Trhe a jT ,i,'iil' l : ri of the
Ei.1.ie :,i MERLIN WESLEY
IREESE. JR. a-c-I:C-I H-
ijiTL..r "~.nl., 'C I i. I
pend',-r.. Ir, r Cir uli[
Court r.,r .- uru: C u,-,r,
. Florid:a ) C:oIre- [L.'I. Ic -,
the 0.1 -e:: :.' ..,.r.ir, I.
110 fl c: .Ia -..er.j
Inve rrn e :. FI-: .ri ,3 '
rr. rra i,.;,: ar.nd o .r.,r :'.r
,.31 C ,-. Ire p :.CCr,,II
i ,pr.-:eTiri ll.r anr:.rre,
are se I :ilr .-.:..


their claims with this .court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE,
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first pub-
lication of this Notice Is
February 7,2006.
Personal Representative;
/s/ M. JANE HOOK
15 ATWOOD
SAUSALITO, CALIFORNIA
94965
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
BRADSHAW & MOUNTJOY,
P.A.
/s/ Michael Mountloy, Esq.
209 Courthouse Square
Inverness, FL 34450
Florida.Bar No.; 157310
Telephone: (352) 726-1211
Published two (2) times In
the Citrus County Chronl-


dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against the dece-
dent's estate, Including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated 'claims, on
whom a copy of this No-
tice Is served must file
their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERV-
ICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
'decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against the dece-
dent's estate, Including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquldated claims, must
file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION


467-0207 M/TUCRN
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PUBLIC NOTICE
I j:,Ti. E I 1HEr tB.' GIVEN that the following public hear-
I r.,. l e t- ,-i :. ,"
Trhe Board of C,:, ,.r, C,,rrri,.:;i',r,, .'., February. 14,
2006 .t 3.:00' P.1 .,V.:.. .r.'.p., ar.- or. March 14, 2006,
31Jr z' 0I P.M. ,.r.oi H4.,3'.h ir. ir,, CIrrj.. -,ounty Court-
r.:.u'e iW North Apbpka .,. rf.::rIT, 101, Inver-

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For rri.:.' Ti.r T 3. r, Lat.:.'J IrT.i i l: o :.i lior,. i-' .
':ri.3.: ,1 I ai r,e' .or ;ne Ci.- 3iT,-rrril. cor LT -i:op. r..-r,

Chairman '
.-:lnrj. *:, .' jr,r, j: -nr. 3, "- ."

Published two (2) times In the Citrus County Chronicle.
January '"I or.J Fr .r',j r,, .

538-0215 TUCRfI
[].,:,,: -.:.r : n:.r I ", jl, or'. l-e' 3:E-1J
PUBLIC NOTICE
III rie ,. I lh IT : '- Cii ':,-i i FTIH Ji.il c l.1- ,'--i .i 1.1i
IN AND FOR MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Case No.: 05-4215-DR
I I- rTHE ( f i'-r1-.:-E ,jF
PAMELA DENISE WALKER i:-.iiin.;r, .,,ir.
MARTIN VASQUEZ I :.- .r.-.i Hu .arnd
S AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTION
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: re I.... .1
:. Ur- ri'.:TII, ir,.3r a Petition for Dissolution of
l.3r.l ,, 3 T. ,ai -'.r.. i.i.3 r,- arairng. ir I e at:' -
l .:,r J ,' 1.3 r ..quir.1 I.:. :,r.- .J3 C,:., ,,.',j inT -,
i'rr. : 1 r., I, n :.r, I r-', ri 'i'ELL E.-,ji'i -, F:.
t', ',".i 'lo,,.roa,'. S. >..'i-. Ir,- o31.-.rr, r.:- ir,- I .
iil:r,.' n or before February 17. 2006 *,-.. 11 ire
:.rirn.3 ..ir ir.- '1i.-i ,:.i rr,. '- :.jurt before service on
the Petitioner or Immediately thereafter, If you fall to
do so, a default may be entered. against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Petition.
Copies of all documents In this case, Including orders,
are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office.
You may review these documents upon request.
You must keep. the. Clerk of the Court's office notified
of your current address. Future papers In this lawsuit will
.be mailed to the 31,-D... .:r. .e-: ,r at the Clerk's Of-
fice.
Tr.i: i r ..- a i.:ii. :.r. i'.- I..1'jihi..- of Marriage. This case Is
:: .rg ii-.: ir. ir, IC I.:-.ji 'c..j,1 of the Fifth Judicial Cir-
cuit In and for Marion County, located at 110 N.W. 1st
Ave., C-.:cora i. 3i". The telephone-number of the
DIvlslor .: ir,4 *. i.:",1r Court where the petition Is filed Is
352-620-3905.
Dated: January 10, 2006. DAVID R. ELLSPERMANN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By. C. Dear, Deputy Clerk
Published four (4) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
January 24 and 31, February 7 and 14, 2006.

546-0229 TUCRN
Notice of Action for Custody Friery/Keene
PUBLIC NOTICE

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CITRUS COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No.: 2006-DR-403
THOMAS FRIERY,
Petitioner
and
APRIL KEENE
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR CUSTODY
TO: APRIL M. KEENE, Last Known Address: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed
against you and that you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, If any, to It on THOMAS FRIERY,
whose address Is 1829 Andromedae Drive. Citrus
Springs, FL 34434, on or before March 9, 2006, and file
the original with the Clerk of this Court at Citrus County
Courthouse, 110 N. Apopka Ave., Inverness, FL 34450,
before service on Petitioner or Immediately thereafter.
If you fall to do so, a default may be entered against
you for the relief demanded In the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this case, including
orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's
office. You may review these documents upon request.

You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office no-
tified on your current address. (You may file Notice of
Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers In this lawsuit
will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's
office.

WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Pro-
cedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of docu-
ments and Information. Failure to comply can result in
sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings.
DATED: January 31,2006.
Betty Strlfler
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ M. A. Michel, Deputy Clerk

Published four (4) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
February 7, 14,21 and 28, 2006,


I


All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against the dece-
.dent's estate, Including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, on
whom a copy of this No-
tice Is. served must file-
their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERV-
ICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against the dece-
dent's estate, Including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must
file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE .DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of first publica-
tion of this Notice is Feb-
ruary 7, 2006.
Personal Representative:
KEVIN REESE
5721 S. Calgary Terrace
r.rFl,.rldo 34452

Per:orna.i le-r ::er.l.. i
BRUCE CARNEY. ESQUIRE
Camey & Associates. P A.
V".'C5 W .-urll 1. Lk H.',,
C e .
'.r, .11 ri.i.'i oi 3,%j0 34429.
Frll.r,- 3 t,.-:., .'i rimes in
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MONTH


2 OR MORE AVAILABLE AT THIS PRICE AND PAYMENT


2006 NISSAN SENTRA


'2006 NISSAN FRONTIER


MODEL 42156 MODEL 13216


$11,305- 189MTH
2 OR MORE AVAILABLE AT THIS PRICE AND PAYMENT
2006 NISSAN MURANO


MODEL 09216


9PER
$ 299EMONTH
2 OR MORE AVAILABLE AT THIS PAYMENT


S16,558 19 ET
. I. 99 'ii MONTH
2 OR MORE AVAILABLE AT THIS PRICE AND PAYMENT
2006 NISSAN PATHFINDER


MODEL 07216


PER
5299
2OR MORE AVAILABLE AT THIS PAYMONTH
2 OR MORE AVAILABLE AT THIS PAYMENT


2006 NISSAN XTERRA




MODEL 04766

18,473 299MONTH
2 OR MORE AVAILABLE AT THIS PRICE AND PAYMENT
2006 NISSAN ARMADA


MODEL 49216


~2 O RV L PER
$399 MONTH
2 OR MORE AVAILABLE AT THIS PAYMENT


NEW CAR
'02 XTERRA
12,050 $204MONTH.
'02 ALTIMA
$11,750 1i99:ONTH*
'99 SENTRA
ONLY $4,475


TRADE-INS!
'01 SENTRA
s6,250 116 PMONTH*
'02 QUEST
s11,325 192MONTH.
'00 ALTIMA
ONLY $7,225


NEW CAR
'03 FRONTIER
$9,925 $168 RNTH*
'02 MAXIMA
'13,250 $225MONTH*
'99 QUEST
ONLY S6,225


TRADE-INS!
'02 PATHFINDER
$12,950 $22 0MNTH*
'04 XTERRA
$13,250 $225.MONTH*
'98 FRONTIER


ONLY $4,450


OPEN 'TIL
OCALANISSAN P.M.
(A) '998 DUE AT SIGNING. 39 MONTH, 39,000 MILE LEASE, 18 PER MILE OVER.(F) 3,459 DUE AT SIGNING. 39 MONTH, 39,000 MILE LEASE, 18* PER MILE OVER. (M) '831 DUE AT 2200 SR 200 OCALA
SIGNING. 42 MONTH, 42,000 MILE LEASE, 185 PER MILE OVER. (P) '962 DUE AT SIGNING. 39 MONTH, 39,000 MILE LEASE, 184 PER MILE OVER. (T) 2,260 DUE AT SIGNING. 48 MONTH,
48,000 MILE LEASE, 18 PER MILE OVER. (AR) '3,686 DUE AT SIGNING. 48 MONTH, 48,000 MILE LEASE, 150 PER MILE OVER. (X) '1,234 DUE AT SIGNING. 60 MONTH, 60,000 MILE (352)622-4 1 1
LEASE, 150 PER MILE OVER. (72) AND 72 MONTHS @ 8.25% APR, W.A.C. ALL PRICES PLUS TAX, TAG AND '195 DEALER FEE.


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