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Title: Citrus County chronicle
Uniform Title: Citrus County Chronicle
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Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
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Publication Date: March 12, 2006
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Confusion clouds 'sunshine


Records keepers not

always clear about access
Editor's note: The power granted to
Florida taxpayers to monitor their govern-
ment officials is so absolute that it's writ-
ten into the state constitution.
Floridians are guaranteed the right to
review letters, reports, e-mails, job
reviews and a host of other documents
generated by government agencies. The
right is intended to give citizens control of
their government and their tax dollars
- so that public business can't be carried
out in secreL
'Citizens are supposed to he'able to
check the school superintendent's travel
records to make sure he isn't spending
public money on vacation trips, and to
look at city hall maintenance reports to


figure out why some potholes get fixed and
others keep growing.
All who ask are supposed to be granted
access to such records quickly, easily and,
if they want, without revealing their iden-
tity.
But the latest audit organized by the
FirstAmendment Foundation and carried
out by newspapers across the state shows
that even the strongest open-government
laws are rendered meaningless when the
record keepers are ignorant of those laws.
CHRIS DAVIS,
AND IVATTHEW DOING
Sarasota Herald Tribune
For the second time in three years, a
statewide audit by news organizations
revealed that Florida's local government
agencies consistently fail to provide citi-
zens with unfettered access to public


records.
Overall, 42 percent
of the 220 local agen-
cies audited violated
the state's public
records laws. The
rate mirrored the
results of the first
statewide audit in
2004. when 43 per-
cent of agencies
failed to comply.
During a week in
February, audit vol-
unteers posing as
"regular" citizens


How did state test work?


A For more
about
Sunshine
Week on the
local front,
see
PAGE 1C


fanned out across the state to ask for
records that are unquestionably open to the
public.
They requested e-mails from city. county
Please see :. ?. 'I,./Page 5A


Sarasota Herald Tribune
On Feb. 13, reporters and
other representatives of 41
Florida news organizations
banded together to test how
well government agencies han-
dle public records requests
made by everyday citizens.
Reporters shed their titles
and asked for records that
should be quickly available to
any citizen from four agencies:
county governments, city hall,
school boards and sheriff's
offices.
The audit, organized by
Florida's First Amendment


Foundation, tracked how often
agencies refused to turn over
public records and which agen-
cies made unlawful require-
ments as a condition of provid-
ing them.
Volunteers attempted to
aud it 268 agencies in the state's
67 count ies plus four state agen-
cies. In the end, about 50 agen-
cies weren't included in the
results because they reported
that they d id n't. have the records
requested or the auditor did not
follow instructions and the
audit had to be discounted.
Please see .. /Page 5A


Soldiers back on their


home


field


Tyler Whitley, 3. belts one across the field
Saturday after opening-day ceremonies for
Crystal River Little League at Bicentennial
Field. Tyler's father, Tim, said that Tyler has
been playing baseball since he was I year old.

National Guard unit

celebrates homecoming
with first pitch

/ CRISTY LOFTNS
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chrbon icle
While the big parade to welcome back the
local 690th Military Police Company from
Afghanistan was last month, the community
is far from letting the celebration end.
Throwing the first pitch to start offCrystal
River Little League's spring season was an
honor for Homosassa resident and 1st Sgt.
Doug Lofreddo.


On Saturday,


We're
overwhelm
with the
community
support.


3st 5
Doug Lofted
with the 690th Mil
Police


Lofreddo and four other
members, of the
Florida National
Guard 690th unit
were invited to start
the Little League sea-
son for the children
ed at the athletic fields
at Bicentennial Park
"We're over-
whelmed with the
'S community's support
of the 690th,"
Lofreddo said.
The company
returned to Citrus
County on Feb. 26
g. after serving a tour at
d o Baghram. Air Force
itary Base in Afghanistan.
unit. Staff Sgt. Ken
Griffin said he's


served overseas before and has never felt so
welcomed, with strangers stopping him in
grocery stores and shopping malls to say
"thank you" and "welcome home."
Please see SOLDIERS/Page 4A


CATHY KAPULKA/Chronicle
Catcher Curtis Evans, 10, nabs the first pitch of the season Saturday from Sgt. Doug Lofreddo during opening-
day ceremonies for Crystal River Little League at Bicentennial Field in Crystal River. Standing behind Lofreddo,
from left, are: John Laurin, Ken Griffin and Michael Cancel. The men are part of the 690th Military Police
Company, which recently returned from Afghanistan.


Senator:

Let's


toughen


Lunsford


Act


Workshop will

study bill
CurnrBTY LorTSS
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
*Chronicle
A bill to(, fix glitches,
strengthen and'clarify portions
of the 2005 Je,.4%. Luusford
Act will be"
looked at dur-
Sing a workshop
with stakehold-
ers next week to
ensure it. is as
strong as possi-
ble, according
to Sen. Nancy
Argenziano, R-
Dumiellon. I
The bill will ,anzi,
require con-
victed sexual offenders and
predators to have a Florida
driver's license or Florida ID
Please see SENT R/Page 4A


Plan to


Education decisiowa to reward

teachers

falls

short
CRUSTY LOFTS
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
A Florida Department of
Education decision to reward.
the top 10 percent of teachers
and educational personnel in
school districts just won't
work, according to local educa-
tional leaders.
The Effectiveness Compen-
sation, or E-Comp, plan gives
bonuses to teachers and oth-
ers, such as guidance coun-
selors and media specialists,
for increasing student-learn-
ing gains, according to the
Please see TEACHERS/Page 4A


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Theater at home


New home theater setups make your flicks
seem like you're really there./27E


Hurricanes
strong man
The Chronicle
names its pick
for High
Schdol
Wrestler of
the Year a
young man
hailing from
Citrus High
School for
2006./1B


Hostage found
slain In Iraq
Tom Fox, a 54-
year-old
member of
Christian
Peacemaker
Teams from
Clear Brook,
Va., was the
fifth American
hostage killed
in Iraq./8A


The secret
to my success ...
* Members of the
community speak
to high school
students about
life in the career
world.
* Crystal River City
Council meets
Monday.
* Bike Week deaths
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* WHAT: Crystal River City
Council meeting.
* WHEN: Monday, 6 p.m. -
workshop on wastewater
grant project; 7 regular .
meeting.
* WHERE: Crystal River City
Hall on U.S. 19.


Meeting Monday

MIKE WRIGHT
wright@
chronicleonline.com
Chronicle

The Crystal River annexa-
tion lawsuit may be long dead,
but not as far as the lawyers
are concerned,
City Attorney Anthony
Perrone will present to the city
council Monday night a pro-
posed settlement that pays
attorneys for the plaintiffs
$45,000.
Attorneys originally request-
ed $172,505 based on the hours
they and legal assistants put in
to fight the city's attempt to
annex property south to the
RealtiCorp property. At the
time, a Wal-Mart Supercenter
was planned for the property,,
along .with a residential and
commercial complex. Since
then, Wal-Mart has dropped
plans to build on the site.
Residents sued the city say-
ing the' amexation was illegal
and a judge'agreed.
, Formier City Attorney 'bD iff
* LaCroix billed the city more
than $19,000 for his work.
LaCroix worked for the city on
a retainer and hourly rate
:J basis; Perrone is the city's first
full-time attorney.
Monday's agenda includes:
0 A 6 p.m. workshop by
Berryman & Henigar on a $10.1
million state grant for a waste-
water system improvement
0 First reading of an ordi-
nance banning trucks in some
residential neighborhoods.
The ordinance was the sugges-
tion of Councilwoman Susan
Kirk, who said she hears com-
plaints from neighbors on
Kings Bay Drive about deliv-
ery trucks heading to Port
Paradise.


BRIAN LaPETER/Chronicle
Courtney Roper, 14, left, Caitlin Tellier, 15, and Amanda Jackson, 15, squeeze in a little homework time Friday morning at
Crystal River High School while listening to a panel of local community leaders talk about how to be successful.

Local figureheads share their secrets for success with high-schoolers


CRIsTY LOFTS
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle


Don't find a job, find a career.
s That was the message local communi-
ty and business leaders spread to stu-
dents at Crostal River High School.
assembly ~'la.\ morning. .*
"Do u lme favor.', Citru- Couht i
SSherifft-Jeialaws.asaid. "t)o, something
you enjoy."
Most people are in the work force for
about 40 years, Dawsy said. While earn-
ing a nice paycheck is important, so is
not wasting your time at a job you hate.
Dawsy, Citrus County Tax Collector
Janice Warren, Inverness Publix store
manager Dwaine Reeder, Citrus
County School Board personnel direc-
tor Steve Richardson, chiropractor
Michael Bennett and Citrus 'County
Chronicle publisher Gerry Mulligan
spoke in the cafeteria filled with stu-
dents as part of the Junior
Achievement program.
The event marked the end of a five-
week "Success Skills" program many of
the freshmen had been participating in
under the direction of Junior
Achievement volunteer Rhonda


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you chase your dreams,
you won't work a single
day in your life.
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local chiropractor.

Lestinsky, who is vice president of the
Nature Coast Bank in Crystal River.
The Success Skills program aims at
getting teenagers to begin thinking
about the future through career explo-
ration.
Freshman Kathleen Patterson said
the program was interesting, and hope-
fully gave her the skills to land a job one
day.
"We've prepared for job interviews
and made resumes," Kathleen said.
The speakers impressed on the chil-
dren that in order to be successful, they
most likely won't work a typical 9-to-5
job.
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for the store are around the holidays.
"I'm going to work at the times when
everyone 'else in -the'world wants to go
out and do something," Reeder.said.
But the payoff tor him is the $100,000
salary he makes a figure that got the
attention or the room Fuill of teenagers.
Newspaper publisher Gerry Mulligan
said studeuts.can exploreli dierent jobs'
by shadowviri_0TFofes ontials tor a day, odr.
ask to be a summer intern.
He reminded them there are some
basic questions teenagers should ask
themselves such as: Do you like working
with people? Do you like being in a
leadership role?
"Some people want all their responsi-
bilities in black and white," Mulligan
said. "Others want to make up the rules
along the way." : '
Dr. Bennett reminded the students
not to be intimidated if they don't know
what they want to do just yet; after all,.
he didn't know right away, either. The
important thing is to research and try
things out until you find something that
fits.
"I promise you, if ou chase your
dreams," Bennett said, "you won't, work
a single day in your life."


Tree ceremony


WALTER CARLSON/Chronicle
Members of Boy Scout Pack 457 in Inverness held a tree plant-
ing ceremony Saturday at Uberty Park in Inverness. The tree was
planted in memory of Sgt. Dennis Flanagan, who recently lost his
life in the service of his country, and all veterans who served their
country. Shown on the right is the family of Sgt. Flanagan: Dennis
Flanagan, with the shovel, and his wife, Patricia.


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City


faces


Grant said auto thefts are typi-
cally .crimes of opportunity where
citizens have made it easy for their
cars to be stolen.
"People need to lock their vehi-
cles," Grant said. "Its that simple."
From staff reports


County BRIEFS

Blood center in
need of donations
LifeSouth Community Blood
Centers reports an emergency
need for blood donors in Florida.
Due to increased patient blood
usage in several of the hospitals
served by LifeSouth in recent
days, the blood center is in
emergency need of 0-, A- and
B- blood donors and is in urgent
need of 0+ and B+ blood types.
Blood donors must be at least
17 years old, weigh 110 pounds
or more, and show a photo I.D.
LifeSouth is a nonprofit, volun-
teer blood center supplying more
than 110 medical centers in
Florida, Alabama and Georgia.
For more information, call the
donor center in Lecanto at 527-
3061, or Inverness at 344-5332.
Send us your
purse stories
Does your heart beat fast for
the latest Hermes or Prada hand-
bag? Would you rather go hungry
than go without your Coach?
If you plan your outfit around
your purse if your friends
refer to you as a purse-aholic -
we're looking to you for input for
a feature story about handbags.
Bonus points go to any men
who carry "man bags" and are
willing to talk about it.
E-mail Nancy Kennedy at
nkennedy@chronicleonline.com
or call 564-2927.
Job fair planned
for Wednesday
The Key Training Center will
host a Job Fair from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Wednesday at the Key
Center Foundation, 5399 W. Gulf-
to-Lake Highway in Lecanto.
Job seekers are welcome to,
learn about the available
employment opportunities
and/or apply on the spot. -
Nationally knownasaader in,
the field of developmental disabili-,
ties services, the Key Training
Center employs people with a
wide variety of skills, work experi-
Seence, part-time employmentisavailable
in direct and not-directcaie posi-
tions. Interested job seekers will
be able to speak with Key Center
supervisors and Human
Resources representatives to
learn more about specific jobs.
Call the Key Training Center
at 341-4633. To leam more
about the Key Center, visit
www.keytrainingcenter.org.
SCHS orientation
set for Tuesday
Citrus High School will have
parent night with ninth-grade ori-
entation and class scheduling
Tuesday in the high school cafe-
teria and gymnasium.
Eighth-grade students and
their parents should attend.
Students whose last names
begin with A through K will meet
from 6 to 7 p.m. in the cafeteria
or 7 to 8 p.m. in the gym; last
names of L through Z will meet
from 6 to 7 p.m. iri the cafeteria
and 7 to 8 p.m. in the gym.
For more information, call the
school at 726-2241.
Sheriff's office:
Lock your cars
Lock it or loose it that's the
Citrus County Sheriff's motto when
it comes to preventing auto thefts.
"If you secure your valuables
you're less likely to be a victim," LL
Buddy Grant said.
Friday he and other sheriffs
deputies checked the Wal-Mart
parking lot in Invemess to see
how many vehicles they could find
that would be easy for someone
to take.
"We found a ton of vehicles with
the windows down, were
unlocked, and one running and
unoccupied," Grant said.
The deputies put informational
tards on windshields of cars that
could be easily taken.
According to the sheriff's office,
auto thefts have doubled in the
last few months compared with
the same time last year.
Of the 15 cars reported stolen,
11 either had a key inside or the
suspect had access to the key.
Almost half of the vehicles have
not been recovered.


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TEACHERS
Continued from Page 1A

Department of Education.
The problem is identifying
the top 10 percent, Citrus
County School District
Director of Personnel Steve
Richardson said.
The Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test (FCAT) scores
students' learning gains each
year in reading, math, writing
and science. Teachers in FCAT
subject areas could be evaluat-
ed based on a formula of how
high they score and what gains
they've made from the year
before.
But not all teachers instruct
on the basics. There is no stan-
dard evaluation method to
evaluate art, music and physi-
cal education teachers or guid-
ance counselors and media
specialists, Richardson said.
Even, if the district did have a
standard method to evaluate
all the instructors, difficulties
occur when comparing teach-
ers in different subject areas
and who had the most impact
on student learning gains.
"How in the world do you
compare them?" Richardson
said.
DOE expects school districts
to figure out a fair way to look
at all the teachers and fairly
identify the most outstanding.
"If we had a way to figure it
out we would have done it
already," Citrus County School


SENATOR
Continued from Page 1A

that notes their conviction by
state statute number on the
front of the card. If the bill,
passes, after Aug. 15, it would
be unlawful for an offender to
be in possession of a license or
ID card without the offender
designation on it,
Citrus County Sheriff Jeff
Dawsy and other law enforce-
ment experts recommended
the change as a tool to make
communities safer by identify-
ing offenders more quickly.


SOLDIERS
Continued from Page 1A

"There was always a big
thing that first day we came'
home, but then it was done,"
Griffin said.
i; Janette Evans, whose son
Curtis caught the first pitch,


Board Chairman Lou Miele
said.
Miele taught in the district
for six years and thinks it's
great to reward outstanding
teachers, but said there is' no
fair way to identify the top 10
percent out of the entire
instructional staff who all
impact children in different,
and complex ways that cannot
always be measured.
Citrus County Education
Foundation President Deborah
Platt also opposes the state's E-
Comp plan. Platt is a teacher at
Citrus High School and also
heads the local teachers union.
She believes a majority of
teachers work hard and posi-
tively impact the lives of chil-
dren.
"Are you saying only one out
of 10 teachers is good?" Platt
said.
The E-Comp plan includes
$55 million for bonuses in the
upcoming DOE budget to be
approved by the governor.
Platt said the E-Comp plan is
costly and rather than only
rewarding a few teachers,


Argenziano and Rep. Charles
Dean, R-Inverness, have filed
companion or similar bills in
the senate and House of
Representatives.
While similar in .many
aspects, the bills are not identi-
cal, which is why Argenziano
said the two, as well as others
who will be impacted by the
bill, will meet next week
"There are things in his bill
that have to change,"
Argenziano said.
One of the major portions
Argenziano is concerned about
deals with contracted employ-
ees on school grounds. Dean's
bill would have people such as


said the board' members
decided there was no better
way to make the unit feel
appreciated, than by throwing
the first pitch of the season.-
When the military members.
were introduced on the'field, '
preceded by the color guard
from Crystal River High
School's NJROTC, parents
and players cheered and


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Hydrant Maintenance

Going on Now!

The FGUA will begin a fire hydrant maintenance
program on February 15. This program involves over
500 fire hydrants m Citrus County to:
Test flow capacity and pressure
SEnsure operating ability
Repaint for better identification
Color code each hydrant to specify its capacity
Repair or replace deficient hydrants
Install additional hydrants where needed
Provide local fire department with a hydrant map
Mark streets with blue reflectors to indicate hydrant
locations

Citrus Springs and Pine Ridge are the first areas
scheduled for this program,
During this testing period you may notice Some
discoloration and/or cloudiness in your tap water and
fluctuations in water prefsure.You may also find air in
the system.This discoloration and air are harmless. If you
do come across discolooation or air1 please in water
through the tap until itr -. .. ..
We anticipate work on eath deitet.to take about on .
business day. Crews will be worldityil a-he' -yd a,
your area only during pnoral business hours (6:00 at.
4:00 p.m., weather permitting).Plbse ue caution
when operating washingaachines o; other later usin g
devices while the work is taMingiplacye tuir aa 7h
discoloration, while haiul as, could'
cause staining oti fabric.
Quediaont Cal' a
M eiols at 382-Z48-2460. '" .'

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should be used to attract and
retain teachers.
"If you want good recruit-
ment and retention, you need
to put this money in for salaries
and retirement," Platt said.
School districts across the
state are attempting to hire
thousands of teachers to teach
growing student populations,
and also to comply with, the
state's class-size reduction con-
stitutional amendment. '
A DOE news release, report-
edly hoping to dispel myths
about the E-Comp plan, reads:
"We believe this will attract
teachers to our .workforce
because they know they will be
recognized for their hard work
and measurable' results
instead of being paid on an
archaic salary schedule that
doesn't address student per-
formance."
The Citrus County School
District already has a
Performance Pay program for
instructional personnel, which
was approved by DOE when
the teacher's union and school
district created it.


construction workers simply
show their driver's license or
state identification card to
prove to employers they aren't
sexual offenders or predators.
Argenziano said the change
weakens the current system,
which requires all the workers
to get level-2 FBI background
checks, which would alert
school officials that a person
has been arrested on sex
charges, but has not yet gone to
court
The legislation stems from
the 2005 murder of Jessica
Lunsford of Homosassa. The
man accused of her abduction
and death worked ,at Jessica's:


shouted.
Ten-year-old catcher Curtis
made a trip to the pitcher's'
mound before the ball was,
thrown- to shake-the hands-of.
the military men personally.
Afterwards, Curtis-said he


School districts across the state
are attempting to hire thousands of
teachers to teach growing student
populations, and also to comply
with the state's class-size
reduction constitutional amendment.


school for a short time as a con
struction worker, even though
he was already a convicted sex
ual offender.
Last year, lawmakers vote'
to ensure school districts d
the FBI checks on all people
on campus who have contract
with the school district.
What both bills address i
that people under contract wh
have direct supervision by
school employee do not nee'
the pricey background check
The bill also defines special
ic. crimes of "moral turpitude
that would prevent a perso:
from going on campus if on
of the specified crimes cam


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Teachers wanting bonuses
can apply for them by submit-
ting a portfolio that shows how
they have helped students
based on state criteria.
According to Richardson, two:
teachers earned the bonus last
year, and five the year before
that.
The Performance Pay plan
was initiated by the state sever-
al years ago to reward top-per-
forming teachers, but Cathy
Schroeder, DOE press secre-
tary, said districts were making
the programs too difficult for
teachers to earn.
. Richardson agreed that
Citrus' Performance Pay pro-
gram isn't easy for teachers to
earn, but the standards used
were set by the state.
He added that the reason
few teachers apply here is
because the plan only garners
them a one-time bonus; how-
ever, they can focus their
efforts on becoming a
National Board Certified
teacher and earn an addition-
al $2,000 each year
Miele also said the program
will tempt teachers to stop
sharing best practices, in an
attempt to keep themselves in
the top 10 percent.
"It's a, disservice to stu-
dents," Miele said. "... it pits
teacher against teacher."
Miele and other school
board members are going to
Tallahassee later this month to
talk with legislators about edu-
cational issues, including the
E-Comp plan.


up on a background check
The price school districts may
charge for the background
checks are also capped.
Argenziano said they added
the cap because some dis-
tricts were making money off


Crystal River Police
Arrests
U Travis S' Cleveland, 23, 830
Hartshorn Lane, Holder, at 1:49 a.m.
Saturday on charges of harm/threat-
en a public servant or their family to
influence performance, affray and
resisting/obstructing an officer with-
out violence..
According to an arrest report,
Cleveland and another man were
fighting in a parking lot outside of
Stingray's Bar in Crystal River.
The officers told the men to stop
and when they didn't were pepper
sprayed.
According to the report Cleveland
continued hitting the other man and
so he was sprayed again.
When the officer tried to arrest
him, they noted he jerked away and
ran.
When the officer caught up to him
and put him in handcuffs, Cleveland
continued, to pull away, but was
eventually placed in the officer's
vehicle.
According to the report,
Cleveland threatened to later hurt
the officer and his family, as well as
destroy property...
His bond was set at $3,000.
Terry A. Brass, 43, 5505 W.
Cagney Loop, Homosassa, at 6:16
p.m. Friday on a charge of mak-
ing/uttering/issuing a worthless
check.
Bond was set at $1,500.
Citrus County Sheriff
Arrests
Randi Sue Manderson, 39,


the deal.
Argenziano expects both
bills will pass through the
House of Representatives and
Senate in the coming weeks,
then go before Gov. Jeb Bush,
for approval.


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5318 W. Rochelle St. Homosassa,
at 7:52 a.m. Friday on a charge of
grand theft.
Bond was set at $2,000.
Chasty Wixey Miller, 23, 983
. Hawkcrest Lane, Inverness, at 4:36
p.m. Friday on a charge of mak-
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Santos Torros, 22, P.O. Box
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on a charge of not having a valid dri-
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Bond was set at $250.
Kerry Ann Cochrane, 47,
Floral City, at 10:56 p.m. Friday on a
charge of driving under the influ-
ence.
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James Marlin Dimitrion, 18,
9243 N. Cedar Cove Road,
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and school district officials,
and a log showing the calls that
had come into law enforce-
ment offices.
If the agencies were adher-
ing to the state's constitution,
the records should have been
handed over with no fuss.
Courts have -determined that
government agencies must pro-
tect a citizen's right.to remain
anonymous when making
records requests.
But in many cases, volun-
teers faced suspicious bureau-
crats who said the records
could only be released in
exchange for a name, a suffi-
cient reason or a written
request Other agencies simply
refused to provide the docu-
ments.
At the City of Miami Police
Department, a desk clerk
incorrectly told the auditor
that he needed a subpoena to
look at a log of calls police offi-
cers had responded to recently.
Contacted after the audit, a
spokesman 'for the department
said the clerk should have com-
plied with the request or
referred the question to some-
one else.
"That's unfortunate that that
happened, and it should not
have happened," said Lt Bill
Schwartz, who is in charge of
the public information office.
"And we hope it doesn't happen
again."
Pat Gleason, general counsel
to Attorney General Charlie
Crist, said Florida remains
ahead of other states when it
comes to open records. But she


TEST
Continued from Page 1A

In this series of stories, the
Herald-Tribune has provided
results from a similar audit
done in 2004. The numbers
were provided as a point of ref-
erence but should not be con-
sidered a direct statistical com-
parison because of differences
in methodology and execution
of the two audits.
This year, the requested doc-
uments, all public records
,under Florida Statute 119,
were:
School districts, municipali-
ties'iAid cointy governments -
e-mails or other correspon-
dence between the top admin-
istrator and members of the
elected body such as the school
board or city council. If none
existed for that time period,
the most recent were request-
ed.
Sheriff's offices A log of
calls made to the dispatch cen-
ter over the previous 48 hours.
When inspection of the log was
allowed, the volunteer asked
for the report on a specific inci-
dent
The newspapers also
requested documents from a
sample of state agencies:
Travel expenses for Jan. 2006
from Attorney General Charlie
Crist and Tom Gallagher, chief
financial officer for the
Department of Financial
Services.


said the latest audit under-
scores the need to improve.
"These laws are so important
and so critical we shouldn't be
satisfied with anything less
that 100 percent compliance,."
she said. "That is the goal we
should be striving to reach."
A spokesman for Gov. Jeb
Bush said the governor's office
wants to see local governments
comply with open records law
but that it doesn't have the
authority to force them to do so.
"Gov. Bush obviously thinks
Florida's open records law is
healthy for the government and
keeps everybody above board,"
spokesman Russell Schweiss
said. "There's always room for
improvement; but by and large,
all the agencies are doing a
good job complying with public
records requests."
Repeated mistakes
Officials around the state
said the same thing two years
ago, when news organizations
disclosed the results of the first
audit in February 2004.
Government officials at the
state and local levels pledged
to take the results seriously
and use them as a teaching tool
to improve.
But the same mistakes made
in 2004 were repeated this
February.
Besides the clear violations
of the public records law, the
audit showed that citizens can
expect to wait hours for a
response to what should be a
routine request
Under the audit rules, gov-
ernment agencies did not have
to provide the records sought
within a specific time frame.
But the agencies were given an
hour to tell an audit volunteer


E-mails from top officials in
Gov. Bush's administration for
a week in February
A report on calls made to the
Elder. Help Line run by the
state Department of Elder
Affairs.
The protocol called for vol-
unteers to behave as "regular
citizens" with only a limited
knowledge of Florida's public
records law. They were
instructed to be polite and to
keep the audit secret.
State law does not require a
person asking for public
records to provide a name, a
reason for the request, identifi-
cation.or a written request. To
test that anonymity, volunteers
responded to questions that
could reveal their identity or
intent by asking, "Is that infor-
mation necessary for you to ful-
fill my request?"
If officials insisted on getting
the information they were
marked as violating the public
records law.
Audit organizers determined
that an hour was a reasonable
amount of time to wait for
access to-the records.
If volunteers left an office
with confirmation that the


that the records were public
and would be provided at. a
later date.
At nearly 40 percent of the
agencies audited, someone
using an hour-long lunch break
to request a record would have
found it a waste of time.
In a departure from the 2004
audit, volun-
teers told offi- Besides 1
cials they pre-
ferred to violation
receive the
records in an public r
electronic for-
mat The public law, the
records law
requires any show
documents that
exist electroni- citizen
cally to be pro- .ex-v ct
vided that way
upon request, hours
The method
can also save response
government
agencies time should(
and money. For
the e-mails routine I
requested at
three of the
four agencies audited, the doc-
uments could have been for-
warded with a few clicks of a
mouse.
But dozens of officials, espe-
cially those in small communi-
ties, said they didn't use e-mail
or didn't know how to provide a
copy of an e-mail electronical-
ly.
Volunteers asked for elec-
tronic records at 160 agencies.
Nearly a third were unable or
unwilling to provide them in
that format
At Stuart City Hall in Martin
County, a volunteer was told at
first that the e-mails would be
forwarded electronically. But


records would be provided at a
later date, it was considered
compliance. If an hour passed
without an assurance that the
request would be fulfilled, the
visit was counted as non-com-
pliance. Reporters were told
not to lie about their occupa-
tion if asked.
Participating news organiza-
tions were: The Associated
Press, The Baker County Press,
Bradenton Herald, Bradford
County Telegraph, Caloosa
Belle (La Belle), Charlotte Sun-
Herald, Chiefland Citizen,
Citrus County Chronicle,
Daytona Beach News-Journal,
Dixie County Advocate, News-
Leader (Fernandina Beach),
Flbrida Press .Association, The
Fiorida Tifies-,Union (Jackson-
ville), Florida Today (Mel-
bourne), The Gainesville Sun,
Hernando Today, Jackson
County Floridian, Key West
Citizen, Lake Region Monitor,
The Ledger (Lakeland),
Madison County Carrier, The
Miami Herald, Naples Daily
News, The News Herald
(Panama City), News-Press
(Fort Myers), Ocala Star-
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the only e-mail he received was
from the same clerk, who
wrote, "Upon the recommen-
dation of the City Attorney I
will be printing out all of the e-
mails you requested."
Barbara Petersen, president
of the First Amendment
Foundation, said the audit
results are fur-
:he clear their evidence
that citizens'
s of the access to open
records is erod-
ecords ing.
"Government
e audit at all levels. is
creating a barri-
d that er, these little
insidious kinds
s can of policies like
to wait 'I'm sorry; 'you
have to go to the
for a general counsel
to make your
to what request,'. that
just delay and
I be a obfuscate,"
Petersen said.
request. At sheriff's
offices, audit
volunteers
asked for a dispatch log for the
previous 48 hours and a copy of
a report mentioned on that log.
At school districts, city halls
and county administration
offices, auditors asked for a
week's worth of e-mails
between the top administrator
and elected officials.
The best results came from
county administrative offices,
which complied properly 69
percent of the time. The
requests for e-mails between
the schools superintendent
and the school board led to the
most violations. Less than half
of all school districts audited
fully complied with the law.


Beach Post, Pensacola News
Journal, Scripps Treasure
Coast Newspapers, Herald-
Tribune (Sarasota), The St.
Augustine Record, St.
Petersburg Times, The Star


City managers complied with
the requests 59 percent of the
time; sheriff's offices 55 per-
cent.
Auditors also visited four
state agencies. All provided the
records properly, including the
governor's office, which sus-
pected its public records
request was part of the. First
Amendment Foundation effort.
Most often, the audited agen-
cies understood that a citizen
had a right to see the records
requested. The stumbling
blocks occurred in how the
agencies handled the request
In 16 percent of the audits,
public officials demanded to
know the auditors' names. A
few .said they would have to
know why the volunteers want-
ed the records or where they
worked. Eighteen percent of
the agencies required a form to
be filled out, or a written
request
Florida's courts have estab-
lished that government offi-
cials can't require citizens to
give their names, reveal their
employers or explain why they
want a record. They also can't
be required to write down their
requests.
Those requirements can
have a chilling effect on access
to government because they
may discourage people from
asking, said Sandra Chance,.
executive director of the
University of .Florida's
Brechner Center, a nonprofit
group that serves as a resource
on public records law.
In one instance, Chance said
she helped a friend ask for
records from a police agency
because the agency required
personal information to get the
records. The records she


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sought were about a police offi-
cer and Chance said her friend
was afraid of retaliation.
Yet some, government agen-
cies argue. that they are
allowed to require written
requests. Others say they need
a name or a form filled out just
so they can track the records
requests that get filed.
David Mosrie, head of
Florida's schools superintend-
ents association, said the writ-
ten requests are not an attempt
to hide information from the
public, but a mechanism to
track requests.
Kriss Vallese, communica-
tion director for the Florida
Association of Counties,
refused to comment on the
specifics of the audit
Holes in the front line
For journalists, lawyers and
others who ply their trade with
documents and records,
Florida is known for its gener-
ous open government laws.
But just as the 2004 audit
showed, those guarantees aren't
always extended to everyday
taxpayers.
The problems often begin on
the front lines, with the clerks
and receptionists citizens are
likely to encounter when they
walk in and ask for a record.*
A journalist or lawyer might
call up an agency's communica-
tions director to get a record,
but a member of the public is
more likely to stroll through the
front door and place. a request
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Obituaries ---


Gaytha M.
Holliday, 88
INVERNESS


Charles Theodore
"Chuck"
Huss Jr., 78
INVERNESS


S - Charles Theodore "Chuck"
Huss Jr., 78, of Inverness, died
-Friday, March 10, 2006, at his
residence.under the care of his
family and Hospice of Citrus
County.
Mr. Huss was born in Buffalo,
- N.Y, Jan. 29, 1928, to the late
Charles Huss Sr. and Marie
(Robinson) Huss.
He moved here in 1983 from
- St. Petersburg where he
_"r r resided for more than 50 years,
o d and was a graduate of St.
rs Petersburg High School,
rI d s I I Mr. Huss was a retired auto
- body collision technician and
- - was the former supervisor of
-* * -- home warranty for Sugarmill
<- ^ Woods in Homosassa.
-** He was an avid hunter and
- fisherman, having won numer-
- ous tarpon fishing tourna-
ments.
6 Survivors include his wife of
seven years, Marlane, "Mimi"
S* -" E. Cain; stepson, Duane Cain
- * Jr. of Citrus Springs; and step-
- daughter, Dawn Cain of Citrus
Springs.
S-- Chas. E. Davis Funeral
Home with Crematory.
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Gaytha M. Holliday, 88, of
Inverness, died Saturday,
March 4, 2006.
She was born June 18, 1917,
in Sykes, WVa., to John A. and
Rebecca Holmes Farley.
She moved to Inverness in
1971 from Ft. Lauderdale.
She enjoyed cooking, gar-
dening and writing poetry.
She was Protestant in faith.
She was preceded in death
by her husband of 40 years,
Walter R. Holliday, who died
Aug. 4, 1975.
Survivors include her son,
WJ. Holliday of West Virginia;
four daughters, Rhoda
Neiswender of Inverness,
Rebecca Joy Holliday of
* 6 Inverness, Kitty Collins of
Hernando and Sandra E.
Hamilton and husband Robert
of Largo; brother, WJ. Holliday
Sof West Virginia; nine grand-
children; nine great-grandchil-
dren; and numerous nieces
and nephews.
Hooper Funeral Homes,
Inverness chapel.


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James T. Paige,
Jr., 65
HERNANDO
James T. Paige, 65, of
Hernando, died Tuesday,
March 7, 2006, at the Hospice of
Citrus County Hospice House
in Lecanto.
Mr. Paige
was born Sept.
10, 1940, in
Cumberland,
Md., the son of
James T. and Anna F Paige.
He retired from the U.S.
Navy and worked as a LAN
manager for the Navy Finance
Center in Cleveland, Ohio.
He moved to Hernando from
Chardon, Ohio, in 2003.
James owned and raced
thoroughbred horses and col-
lected classic cars.
He was an avid hunter.
James was a member of
Good Shepherd Lutheran
Church in Hernando.
He was preceded in death by
his parents, James and Anna,
and his son, James T. Paige III.
Survivors include his wife of
46 years, Carol', L. Paige '.of
Hernando; two sons, Alan B.
Paige and wife Petre of Crete, Ill.,
and Kevin L. Paige and wife
Teresa of Lecanto; twelve grand-
children, Britani, Samantha,
Kevin, Ivy, Monica, James T
Paige IV, Laura, Jonathan, Kim,
Chris, Charlie and Jeremy; great-
granddaughter Aniya; and faith-
ful canine companion, Prince.
Heinz Funeral Home &
Cremation, Inverness.

Eva Todesc a, 90
INVERNESS
Eva Bertha Todesca, 90,
Inverne s, died Friday, March
10, 2006, at Highland Terrace.
Born June 29, 1915, in
Boston, Mass., to Milton and
Emma Weigold, she moved to
this area in 1986 from Encino,
Calif.
Mrs. Todesca was a homemak-
er and she enjoyed needlework-
ing and loved to write letters.
She was Catholic.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Joseph
Todesca, on Aug. 25, 2000; a
brother, Milton Weigold; and
one sister, Ruth Schmidt.
Survivors include two sis-
ters, Elizabeth Schwenzfeier
and Charlotte Savage, both of
Inverness.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral
Home with Crematory,
Inverness.


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Frances Bell ,
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DUNNELLON
Frances Bell Yeaple, 83, of
Dunnellon, died Friday, March
10, 2006, in Lecanto.
Ms. Bell was born in Tuston,
Mich., and moved to Dunnellon
from Orlando in 1995.
She worked as a bookkeeper
for Martin Marietta. i
She was Protestant in faith. 1
Survivors include her son,)
John W Faunce of Dunnellon;}
daughter, Sara Crampton off
Dunnellon; sisters, Sara Saizant
and Marietta Watt, both ofa
Baton Rouge, La.; and two
grandchildren. (
Roberts Funeral Home off
Dunnellon.

Funeral NOTICES

Gaytha M. Holliday. The serv-'
ice of remembrance for Mrs.h
Gaytha M. Holliday,, 88, of)
Inverness, will be held 3 p.m.
Tuesday, March 14, 2006, at thel
Inverness Chapel of Hooper'
Funeral Homes with pastor Garyl
Beehler officiating.. Cremation'
will be under the direction of'
Hooper Crematory, Inverness.

James T. Paige Jr. Funeral
Services for Mr. Paige will be
held 1 p.m. Friday, March 17,.
2006, at McKendree United
Methodist Church in
Cumberland, Md. Interment will
follow at the Rocky Gap National#
Cemetery in Flint Stone, Md. In
lieu of flowers, memorials may
be given to Hospice of Citrus
County, PO. Box 641270 Beverly
Hills, FL 34464. Adams Funerall
Home, Cumberland, Md. i
Frances Bell Yeaple.1
Memorial services for Frances)
Bell Yeaple, 83, a retired book-J
keeper, will be held 11 am.1
Tuesday, March 14, 2006, at!
Roberts Funeral Home of
Dunnellon with the Rev Jeffreyl
Welch conducting the services. I

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News NOTE


Veterans week
focus of meeting
The Veterans Appreciation
-Week Ad Hoc Coordinating
Committee will conduct its orga-
nizational meeting for Citrus
County's 14th Annual Veterans
Appreciation Week at 1:30 p.m.,
Wednesday in the Conference
Room of the Citrus County
Chronicle Building, 1624 North
Meadowcrest Blvd., Crystal River.
The purpose of the meeting will
be to select the theme, activities
and dates for the 14th Annual
Veterans Appreciation Week to
bb held in November.
All veteran service organiza-
tions and individual veterans are
welcome and encouraged to
send representatives to partici-
pate in the planning process.
Contact Chairman Chris Gregoriou
by e-mail at allpres@infi.net or by
phone at 795-7000.


George and Esther Purcell
traveled to Rwanda to visit
their daughter, grandchil-
dren and son-in-law, who is
the Deputy Programmer for
the UNDP in Rwanda.
Kigali is a city of approxi-
mately 250,000 people
who are friendly if not a bit
curious at seeing two
Americans shopping and
visiting different sites of
interest. They went to a
rose farm that employs
200 and ships flowers to
Europe daily. The owner
commented that each em-
ployee supported 10 peo-
ple indirectly. Like most
third-world countries,
Rwanda has sporadic
power failures and unpre-
dictable water pressure
problems. The officials of
the country welcome
tourists and the efforts of
the UNDP. It is the role of
the United Nations to
develop an environment
that fosters new business-
es. Rwanda is a highly rural
and mountainous country.
both beautiful and interest-
ing. High in the mountains
there are magnificent goril-
las studied for years by
Diane Fossey, as well as
the rare golden monkeys.
They drove northwest to
Lake Kivu, a large lake on
the border of the Congo
and Rwanda. At the lake,
they stayed at a 4-star
resort for Christmas, the
Sun Kivu. Their most antici-
pated event was the visit
to see and mingle with the
almost-extinct Mountain
Gorillas. After a trek of two
hours, the guide was able
to locate a family of thir-
teen gorillas. There were
two silverback males, sev-
eral females, a juvenile and
an unnamed baby. They
were able to share space
with the family of gorillas
and take many photos.
They are vegetarians and
offer no threat to humans.
They eat approximately 65
pounds of vegetation per
day. They sleep at night in
nests erected in the trees.
There are only 700 moun-
tain gorillas in the world.
Rwanda has 250, Congo
200 and Uganda 250. The
. people's greatest chal-
lenge is transporting
potable water to their
dwellings. Many people
have to walk miles each
day to get water from com-
mon wells. There is an
abundance of water, but
limited wells to support the
S population. After two
weeks, the Purcells headed
back to Crystal River, leav-
ing their family in Rwanda.
Special to the Chronicle


Tax Aide to rescue


Special to the Chronicle

The AARP Tax Aide program
will again be providing free tax
preparation/filing and/or tax
assistance to anyone within the
scope of our program, with spe-
cial emphasis on those who are
age 60 or older with low to
moderate incomes. This pro-
gram operates under a joint
grant from the AARP
Foundation and the IRS. When
you go to one of these sites for
assistance, bring all your 2005
tax documents and a copy of
your 2004 federal tax return if
available.
Note: The Citrus County
libraries will be operating on
an "appointment only" basis
for tax preparation this year.


Call Terry Allison at (352) 422-7351 or
e-mail at tallisol@tampabay.rr.com.


To make an appointment, stop
at the library of choice any
time and see a staff person at
the main desk Do not call the
library for an appointment.
You can sign up for any avail-
able time/date through .April
13. All sites other than the
libraries will continue to oper-
ate on a first-come/first-served
basis.
The schedule this year for
the period through April 14 is:
Monday
Noon to 4 p.m. Regions
Bank Beverly Hills.


10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Homosassa Moose Lodge -
Homosassa.
Tuesday
9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Wachovia Bank Inverness. ,
10 a.m.,to 3:30 p.m. Crystal
River Moose Lodge -
Homosassa.
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Citrus
Springs Community Center -
Citrus Springs.
Wednesday
1 to 8 p.m. Coastal Region
Library Crystal River.
5 to 8 p.m. Central Ridge


Library Beverly Hills.
10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Lakes
Region Library Inverness.
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. West Citrus
Elks Lodge Homosassa.
Thursday
1 to 8 p.m. Coastal Region
Library Crystal River
(through April 13)..
Friday
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Central
Ridge Library Beverly Hills.
Saturday
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Lakes
Region Library Inverness.
If additional information is
needed, call Terry Allison, at
(352) 422-7351 or e-mail at
tallisol@tampabayrr.com.


Rwanda


Mother gorilla and baby.


Ruhengeri woman. Tea gatherers.


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News NOTES

Community concert
planned for today
The community is invited to a
free, fun-filled afternoon of
music, inspiration and fellowship
featuring vocalists, choirs and
instrumentalists from 2 to 4 p.m.
today at First Presbyterian
Church, 1501 S.E. U.S. 19,
Crystal River (across from the
SunTrust Bank). This annual
musical is sponsored by the
Interfaith Council of Citrus
County. Call 503-4514.
Society to host
guest speaker
The Citrus County
Genealogical Society will host
guest speaker George Morgan,
a nationally known genealogy
lecturer and author of several
books about genealogy, at its
next meeting. The topic will be
"Using Mailing Lists on the
Internet." The types of mailing
lists, how they work and how
they can be useful to the
genealogist will be presented.
The meeting begins at 10
a.m. Tuesday at the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints, 3474 W. Southern St.,
Lecanto. Nonmembers are wel-
come to attend. Call Mary Ann
at 382-5515. The society's Web
site is www.rootsweb.com/
~flccgs2.
NARFE Chapter 776
to meet Monday
The National Active and
Retired Federal Employees
Association (NARFE) Chapter
776 will have its monthly meet-
ing at 1 p.m. Monday in the fel-
lowship hall of the First
Presbyterian Church, 206
Washington Ave. and State
Road 44 East, Inverness.
Dessert and coffee will be
served.
All federal employees, active
and retired, are invited. Call
Jerry at (352) 249-3118 or Jim
at (352) 465-8077.
Property owners
group to meet
The membership meeting of
the Property Owners'
Association of The Villages will
.be at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the
Hacienda Center.
The evening's speaker will be
Mr. Louis Bremer, CEO of
Leesburg Regional Medical Center,
who will talk about "The
Expansion Plans for The
Villages Regional Hospital."
All residents of The Villages
are welcome. Coffee and
doughnuts will be served after
the meeting. Call 259-0999.
CRWC to present
fashion show
The Crystal River Woman's
Club has planned a day of fash-
ions, entertainment and lunch
for 11 a.m. Saturday, March 25,
at the Citrus Hills Country Club.
Paulette Stansel will present the
latest fashions from her three
stores in the Tarpon Springs
Sponge Exchange. You'll see
sportswear, everyday wear,
eveningwear and plenty of
accessories at reasonable
prices.
You'll have a chance to win
three weekend getaways, one
for relaxing at an oceanfront
resort at Daytona Beach, and
two for shopping and sightsee-
ing in historic Tallahassee.
This event is sponsored by
the Citrus County Chronicle.
Advance tickets are $25.
Ticket sales end Wednesday;
Call Helen at 628-1380 or Lois
at 382-0777.


Pet SPOTLIGHT

Brogan


Many course

offerings coming up

in Citrus County
Special to the Chronicle

Many insurance companies offer a
discount on auto insurance to partici-
pants who complete the two four-hour
classes. You do not need to be a Florida
resident nor an AARP member to
attend.


There is a $10 course fee per person.
To register, call the listed instructor.
For information regarding future
classes, call Charlie Lucente at
726-0753.
March 15 and 16 8 a.m. at Citrus
Springs Community Center, 1570 W
Citrus Springs Community Center,
Citrus Springs. Call John Engberg at
(352)465- 2816.
March 16 and 17 9 a.m. at First
Presbyterian Church, 1501 Southeast
U.S. 19, Crystal River. Call Joanne
Nesler at 382-5330.
March 21 and 22- 1 p.m. at Coastal
Regional Library, 8619 W Crystal .St.,


Crystal River. Call Lou Harmin at
564-0933.
March 23 and 24 9 a.m. at First
United Methodist Church, 8831 W.
Bradshaw Ave., Homosassa. Call Frank
Tobin at 628-3229.
March 22 and 24 noon at Our
Lady Of Grace Catholic Church, 6
Roosevelt Blvd., Beverly Hills. Call
Matt Curley at 746-7916.
March 27 and 30 5 to 9 p.m. class-
es at Royal Oaks of Inverness in the
Clubhouse, 3431 Royal Oaks Drive. Call
Charlie Lucente at 726-0753.
March 29 and 30 1 p.m. at Citrus
Memorial Health System, Share Club


Auditorium, 502 W Highland Blvd.,
Inverness. (Share Club members only)
Call Joanne Chipkar at (352) 465-6830.
March 30 and 31 noon at
Stoneridge Landing Clubhouse, 5330 S.
Stoneridge. Call Herman Sinemus at
344-1901.
April 8 and 15 11 a.m. at Central
Ridge Library, 425 W Roosevelt Blvd.,
Beverly Hills. Call Ramona Greene at
746-7073. Saturday classes.
April 10 and 11 8:30 a.m. at Faith
Baptist Church, 6918 S. Spartan Ave.
(One mile east on Cardinal, turn south
on Spartan), Homosassa. Call Jan
Blodgett at 613-6006.


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Yankee Air Force, Florida
Division will host the sixth annual
Freedom Flys with the Collings
Foundation World War II bombers,
a B-17, B-24 and B-25 on Friday,
Saturday and Sunday, March 17 to
19, at Dunnellon Airport. Arrival
time has not been established.
Tour through all three bombers
for a donation of $8 for adults or $4
for children. You can purchase a
ride on one of the bombers, but the
cost of fuel (they burn 200 gallons
an hour) has forced a price rise
from $400 to $425 for a 35-minute
ride. To reserve a ride, call Collings
Foundation at (978) 562-9182. A
ride on a bi-plane will also be avail-
able along with many vendors, live
music by the Yankee Doodle
Players, classic cars and restored
military vehicles. Professional
Appraisers and Liquidators will be
on hand from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Saturday to do antique appraisals
at $5 for one item or $10 for three
items. You may wish to bring a
folding chair but no coolers are
allowed. Gates will be open from 8
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. each day.
A pancake breakfast will be
available for a $4 donation from 8
to 11 a.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Call Carolyn at (352) 489-3120.
Visit the Web site at yankeeair-
forceflorida.com.
Naval Sea Cadet Unit to be
formed in Citrus County: A
search for adult leaders and
prospective sponsors is now under
way to establish a local unit of the
U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps/U.S.
Navy League Cadet Corps. The
NSCC/NLCC allows youth,(ages
11 to 17) to sample military life
without any obligation to join the
Armed Services. Their objectives .
are: develop an interest and skill in
seamanship; instill appreciation of
our maritime history, customs and
traditions; and to ingrain a sense of
personal honor, patriotism,
courage, self-reliance, confidence
and other qualities to mold good
character and citizenship. They
also attend boot camp and com-
plete several phases of actual
Navy one- or two-week training
programs every year,
Adults who wish to be consid-
ered for instructor or uniformed
positions in this unit are requested
to contact Lieutenant Commander
Wambold at (352)216-2342 or e-
mail at myronnwi@lampabay
.rr.com This is a fully volunteer
program with no paid positions.
This-organization is nonpolitical
and designated as a not-for-profit
youth rganizatiop,. Appointments
:. will be arrangedrfor any prospec-
tive sponsor, organizations..
The Leroy Rooks Jr. VFW
Post 4252 in Hernando where the
helicopter is on State Road 200,
will serve corned beef and cab-
bage or ham from 5 to 6:30 p.m.
Friday, St. Patrick's Day, for a $6
donation. There will not be any fish
on Friday. Country Swing will play
6:30 to 10:30.
The post has bar bingo at 2 p.m.


Sunday. The Ladies Auxiliary
hosts bingo games at 10:30 a.m.
Saturday, and doors open at 9.
Food available. The ladies also
sponsor bar bingo at 2 p.m.
Tuesday. Profits go to local chari-
ty each month.
The post Web page can be
viewed by clicking on the VFW
logo at www.debbiefields.com. You
can e-mail us at vfw4252@
tampabay.rr.com.
Post 4252 hosts Young Marines.
If interested, call Tammy Grant at
746-4590. Web site: www.deb-
biefields.com click on Young
Marines.
The Ladies Auxiliary goes to
nursing homes four times a month
to play bingo. Everyone is welcome
to come along.
The post Honor Guard is avail-
able for funerals, flag raising and
nursing homes. Call Bart at 860-
0497 or Nick at 476-6274. Post e-
mail address is VFW4252@tam-
pabay.rr.com.
Fort McCoy is having a picnic on
March 25. If you have never been
there you should go to see how
great the home takes care of our
veterans and spouses.
Any questions, call Commander
Bob Prive, 726-3339.
Eugene Quinn VFW Post
4337 and Ladies Auxiliary, 906 E.
State Road 44, Inverness;
Telephone (352) 344-3495; Fax
(352) 344-3514. Daily activities
schedule:
Today: Pool tourney 2 p.m.
Karaoke with Wild Willy 5 to 9 p.m.
Monday: Bar bingo 3 p.m.
Tuesday: Chicken wings four for
$1 4:30 to 7 p.m. Karaoke with
Debbie G 6 to 9 p.m.
Thursday: Bar bingo 3 p.m.
VFW/Auxiliary meeting 7:30 p.m.
VFW officer nominations.
Friday: AYCE fish fry 4:30 p.m.
(chicken available). Karaoke with
Mark B. 7 p.m.
Saturday: Corned beef and cab-
bage, 5:30 p.m. $6. Country Swing
6:30 p.m..
For questions, call Paul Tulson,
341-6965.
The Edward W. Penno VFW
Post 4864 of Citrus Springs will
have its general meeting at 7 p.m.
the first Tuesday monthly; the
Ladies Auxiliary will meet at 7 p.m.
the second Tuesday; the Men's
Auxiliary will meet at 7:30 p.m. the
third Monday and the monthly staff
meeting will be at 7 p.m. the third
Tuesday.
The Friday evening dinner
menu, which is served between 5
and 7 p.m., for the month of March
is as follows: March 17 (St. Pat-
rick's Day),,,qmed beef arid cab- '
bage; March 24, baked chicken;
March 31, roast beef. All meals are
$6 per person. Complete breakfast
served from 8 to 10 a.m. every
Saturday for $4. .
Usual weekly activities include
bingo at 1 p.m. Tuesday, shuffle-
board at 7 p.m. Wednesday and
darts at 7 p.m. Thursday. Feel
free to place all of your worn and


Veterans NOTES --


torn flags into the receptacle locat-
ed in the front of the post and they
will be properly disposed of in a
military manner.
The post is at 10199 N. Citrus
Springs Blvd., turn west off U.S. 41
at Citrus Springs entrance then left
at the first street.
VFW Post 7122, Floral City, .
the Ladies and Men's Auxiliaries
announce the following:
Today: Canteen opens at 1 p.m.
Free bluegrass music 2 to 5 p.m.
Tuesday: Early-bird bingo starts
at 6:30 p.m. and regular bingo at 7.
Kitchen open from 4:30 to 7:30
with sandwiches, salads and
wings.
Wednesday: Traditional corned
beef dinner $6 served 4:30 to 7:30
p.m. All dinners are open to the
public. (No smoking section avail-
able.)
Thursday: Marine Corps League
meeting 7 p.m.
Friday: AYCE grouper, fried,
blackened or baked, or three
pieces of fried chicken, for $6.50,
served 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Karaoke
with Jannie Faye 7 to 11 p.m.
Saturday: Steak night $8.75, 5 to
7:30 p.m. Music by J&J Express 7
to 11 p.m.
VFW is an option for those who
are required to do community serv-
ice.
Our Honor Guard is available for
veterans' services with military hon-
ors at local chapels, cemeteries,
and the National Cemetery in
Bushnell. Call Bill Shaw, com-
mander.
VFW and Ladies Auxiliary meet
at 7:30 p.m. the first Thursday
monthly and the Men's Auxiliary
meets at 7 p.m. the second
Thursday monthly. Interested in
becoming a member of the VFW
family call the post for details.
Our VFW has a "Loan Closet"
for our Veterans. Crutches, walkers
and wheelchairs are available.
The post is at 8191 S. Florida
Ave. in Floral City. Phone: 637-
0100.
The H.F. Nesbitt VFW Post
10087 men's meeting is at 7-;30
p.m. the fourth Tuesday monthly at
the post home in Beverly Hills. The
Ladies Auxiliary will meet at 7 p.m.
the third Wednesday monthly at
the post home. The Men's Auxiliary
meets at 6:30 p.m. the second
Wednesday monthly.
Bingo lunches served from noon
to 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Tacos will be
added to Thursday lunches being
served from 12:30 to 3 p.m. There
Swill be no.lunches on Tuesdays.
Cook-outs have taken'on,.an addi- .
tional night. Our weekly cook-outs
will be from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Sunday,
Tuesday and Thursday.
The post will continue to serve a
different meal from 5 to 8 p.m.
each Friday: March 17, St.
Patrick's corned beef and cabbage
(tickets required); March 24, fish,'
fry; March 31, spaghetti with meat-
balls. Our dining room is always


open to the public.
Hall bingo at 1 p.m. Sunday;
lounge bingo 1 p.m. Wednesday
and Friday.
Dart tournament 7 p.m. Monday
and Thursday.'
Golf tournament Monday and
Thursday at different course week-
ly, lunch available at the post. See
Dick Sorrells or Dave Neally.
Pool tournament at 2 p.m.
Tuesday and 7 p.m. Thursday.
Ladies' night 5 to 8 p.m.
Wednesday.
DJ/karaoke 7 to 11 p.m.
Saturday, snacks at 8:30 p.m.
On April 8, the Rolling Thunder
Chapter 7 is sponsoring a Haley
House fundraiser at Post 10087.
The Haley House is a nonprofit
501(c)(3) providing temporary lodg-
ing and support to the family mem-
bers who are the primary support
system for the severely wounded
soldiers returning from Iraq and
Afghanistan at the James Haley VA
Hospital in Tampa. From 5 to 6
p.m. enjoy cocktails and hors d'
oeuvres and view auction items, 6
to 7 p.m. all you can eat spaghetti
dinner ($10 donation), 7:30 p.m.
live auction. Door prizes and 50/50
raffle. Call Jim Stepanek, (352)
489-1644 (e-mail ImCrazyJim@
aol.com) or Ray Thompson, (813)
230-9750.
The post is at 2170 W. Vet Lane
on County Road 491 behind the
AmSouth Bank and across from
Haywire's. Call the post at 746-
0440.
The Gerald A. Shonk, DAV
Chapter 70 and DAV Auxiliary
plans its general meeting of the
Disabled American Veterans, at 2
p.m. the second Tuesday monthly.
We will also meet at 7 p.m. that
same day for those members who
cannot make the 2 p.m. meetings.
All members are invited to attend,
and the meeting is open to all
chapter members and DAV visitors.
Veterans requesting help or assis-
tance in filing a disability claim
with the Veterans Administration,
call Martin Murphy, 527-8237,
Richard Floyd, 726-5031, or Bill
Geden, 341-6875, to set up an
appointment,
The chapter is at 1039 N. Paul
Drive, near the intersection of U.S.
41 North and Independence High-
way. Call DAV Adjutant Richard
Floyd at 726-5031 or DAVA Com-
mander Martha McDade at 341-
3003, or leave a message at the
chapter phone, 344-3464.
The Veterans Appreciation
Week Ad Hoc Coordinating
=Committee will conduct its organi-
zational meeting for Citrus


County's 14th Annual Veterans
Appreciation Week at'1:30 p.m.
Wednesday, March 15, in the
Conference Room of the Citrus
County Chronicle building, 1624 N.
Meadowcrest Blvd., Crystal River.
The purpose of the meeting will
be to select the theme, activities
and dates for the 14th Annual
Veterans Appreciation Week to be
held in November 2006.
All veteran service organizations
are welcome and encouraged to
send representatives to participate
in the planning process.
Additionally, individual veterans are
cordially invited to attend and par-
ticipate in the planning process.
Contact Chairman Chris
Gregoriou by e-mail at allpres
@infi.net or by phone at 795-7000.
Gilley-Long-Osteen VFW
Post 8698, 520 County Road 40
E., Inglis (one mile east of U.S.-
19). Men and LAVFW meet at 7:30
p.m. the third Wednesday monthly
at the post. Men's Auxiliary meets
at 7 p.m. the second Monday
monthly. Call Skeeter Fizz, (352)
447-3495.
Eugene Quinn VFW Post
4337 will accept nominations for all
elected officers at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, March 16, at the regular
meeting. All members are encour-
aged to attend.
If you have any questions, call
Paul Trulson at 341-6965.
Fleet Reserve Association,'
Branch 186 will meet at 6:30 p.m.
the third.Thursday monthly at the
DAV Building, Independence
Highway and U.S. 41 North,
Inverness. Call Bob Huscher, sec-
retary, at 344-0727.
The Marine Corps League
Samuel R. Wall Detachment 1139
will have its regular meeting at 7:30
p.m. the third Thursday monthly at
VFW Post 7122 in Floral City. All
members are encouraged to
attend. Former Marines as new
members are also welcomed. Call
Tom Heron at 637-2724 or Bob
Hines at 746-6908.
The Military Order of Devil
Dogs meeting: contact Chris at
795-7000.
The Marine Corps League
Citrus Detachment 819 is in need
of help: The league is not asking
for monetary donations, but for
members. The league, like many
veterans organizations, has had a
declining membership because of
age. All'Marines from Citrus
County are invited to join our
detachment.
We enjoy many functions, some
of which are visiting veterans at
nursing homes, a rose program, -
the Marine Corps Ball honoring all"'
"vferans andzffibre. We heed not"
only the Marines who belong to the


league but also Marines who have
served our country in past wars
and would like to keep the spirit of
Marines alive.
We meet at 7 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday monthly at the Beverly
Hills VFW Post 10087 behind the
AmSouth Bank on County Road
491 .If you would like more informa-
tion about the league, come and sit
in on a meeting or call Bob at 527-
1557 after 3 p.m. or Ralph at 726-
7836. If we're not home, leave a
message and we'll call you back.
The VFW Post 7991 of
Dunnellon meets the third
Thursday monthly. The next meet-
ing will be March 16. Social hour 5
to 6 p.m. The meeting starts at 6
p.m.
Friday is the great day for the
Irish. Come join us for corned beef
and cabbage with all the trimmings.
Service will start at 5 p.m. Tickets
are on sale at the post at $6 per
person.
. Come out and light up the Irish
in you and enjoy our new post
home, at 3107 W. Dunnellon Road.
Phone (352) 489-1772.
Crystal River American
Legion Auxiliary Unit 155 invites
the public to celebrate St. Patrick's
Day with a traditional corned beef
and cabbage dinner. Dinner will be
served at the Post home, 6585 W.
Gulf-to-Lake Highway (State Road
44), Crystal River from 5 to 7 p.m.
for a donation of $5. Take out will
also be available. Come join us
and bring your friends and relatives
to be Irish for the day. For addition-
al information, contact Unit
President Barbara Logan, 795-
4233.
Phone Cards for the Armed
Forces Help our U.S. soldiers
phone home. Simply purchase a
first class phone card and deposit it
in the special box at the Lecanto
post office.
The U.S. Postal Service, in con-
junction with the U.S. Armed
Forces, will make sure that our
men and women in Iraq receive
these cards as a gift from the car-
ing people of Citrus County.
Hunger and Homeless
Coalition --Anyone who knows of
a.homeless veteran in need of
food, haircut, voter ID, food
stamps, medical assistance or
more blankets is asked to call John
Young at the Hunger and
Homeless Coalition at 628-4357, or
pass along this phone number to
the veteran.
Landing Ship Dock (LSD)
sailors of Citrus County meets at 2
p.m. the fourth Thursday monthly
at Ray's Bar-B-Q in Crystal River
,Call Jimmie at 621-0617,
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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Monday: Breakfast Chicken
patty, bagel bar, toast, peaches,
milk, orange juice.
Lunch Sausage pizza, pop-
com chicken, salad shakers, spin-
ach, corn, garden salad, peaches,
milk, juice.
Tuesday: Breakfast Oatmeal,
scrambled eggs with ham and
cheese, toast, mixed fruit, milk,
orange juice.
Lunch Tacos, fish scribbles,
vegetarian plate, garden salad,
green beans, pasta salad, apple,
milk, juice.
Wednesday: Breakfast -
French toast, cereals, toast, sliced
apples, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Lasagna with ground
beef, turkey wrap, salad shakers,
black-eyed peas, baked french
fries, garden salad, mixed fruit, roll,
milk, juice.
Thursday: Breakfast Waffle
sticks, yogurt, toast, mixed fruit,
milk, orange juice.
Lunch Corn dog, celery sticks,
fresh fruit, cookie, milk, juice.
Friday: Breakfast Muffin,
cheese grits, tater tots, peaches,
milk, orange juice.
Lunch Fish patty on bun, cel-.
ery sticks, fresh fruit, cookie, milk,
juice.
MIDDLE SCHOOL
Monday: Breakfast Sausage
pizza, sausage and biscuit, cere-
als, toast, sliced apples, milk,
orange juice.
Lunch Beef-a-roni, hamburg-
er, shrimp salad, garden salad,
green beans, french fries, fresh
fruit, mixed fruit, juice bar, milk,
juice.
Tuesday: Breakfast Muffin,
cheese toast, cereals, peaches,
grits, tater tots, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Taco burger, turkey
with gravy, tuna salad plate, rice
and gravy, garden salad, vegetable
blend, peas, fresh fruit, pineapple,
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NOTES
Continued from Page 10A

The Ladies Auxiliary to the
" VFW, Post 8189, Crystal River, is
hosting a spaghetti dinner from 4 to
6 p.m. Friday, March 24. The din-
ner will include dessert for a $5
donation. The public is invited.
The post is at 8856 W. Veterans
Drive, Homosassa. Traveling south
on U.S. 19, turn right at Dixon's
Auto Sales. The post is on the left ,
hand side of Veterans Dnve in the
blue and white building.
American Merchant Marine
Veterans The organization wel-
comes Merchant Marine and
Armed Guard Veterans to join
S' them. The nearest chapter is in


Wednesday: Breakfast -
Scrambled eggs with ham and
cheese, oatmeal, cereals, pineap-
ple, tater tots, toast, milk, orange
juice.
Lunch Chris P Chicken bites,
pizza buffalo chicken, turkey salad
plate, garden salad, baked beans,
green beans, fresh fruit, gelatin,
milk, juice.
Thursday: Breakfast Bagel
bar, yogurt, cereals, toast, fresh
fruit, tater tots, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Corn dog, carrot sticks,
fresh fruit, cookie, milk, juice.
Friday: Breakfast Slice of
ham, scrambled eggs with cheese,
cereals, mixed fruit, tater tots,
toast, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Fish patty on bun, car-
rot sticks, fresh fruit, cookie, milk,
juice.
HIGH SCHOOL
Monday: Breakfast Scram-
bled eggs with cheese, oatmeal,
cereals, toast, doughnut, biscuit
and gravy, muffin, peaches, tater
tots, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Spaghetti with meat
sauce, vegetable blend, black-eyed
peas, fresh fruit, mixed fruit, pretzel
rod, pizza buffalo chicken, ham-
burger bar, hoagie sandwich, salad
bar, french fries, milk.
Tuesday: Breakfast Yogurt,
sausage and biscuit, cereals, toast,
muffin, doughnut, biscuit and gravy,
tater tots, mixed fruit, milk, orange
juice.
Lunch Chicken and rice,
peas, broccoli, lima beans, fresh
fruit, gelatin with whipped topping,
roll, pepperoni pizza, hoagie sand-
wich, chicken sandwich bar, salad
.bar, french fries, milk.
. Wednesday: Breakfast -
Scrambled eggs with cheese,
cheese grits, cereals, muffin,
doughnut, biscuit and gravy, sliced
apples, tater tots, milk, orange
juice.
Lunch Chicken rotisserie, rice
and gravy, baked beans, mixed


Ocala, where meetings are at 1
p.m. the fourth Sunday monthly.
The organization plans its 20th
annual national convention May 24.
to 28 in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas.
For information and registration
forms, call Morris Harvey, CEO of
Ocala Chapter, at (352) 564-0267
(Citrus County).
All LST Veterans and wives
are invited to monthly breakfast
meetings at 9 a.m. the first Sat-'
urday monthly at the Golden Corral
Restaurant in Brooksville. Call
(352) 799-1957. -,' .'
Dan' Campbell Chapter of
the 82nd Airborne Association
has changed its meeting night to
the first Wednesday monthly."
Meetings will be at 7 p.m. at VFW
Post 4337 in Inverness. This is for
all Airborne personnel, not just the


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vegetables, fresh fruit, peaches,
sausage pizza, hamburger bar,
hoagie sandwich, salad bar, french
fries, milk.
Thursday: Breakfast Cheese
toast, cereals, toast, doughnut, bis-
cuit and gravy, muffin, tater tots,
fresh fruit, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Tacos, Spanish rice,
refried beans, green beans, fresh
fruit, salad bar, chicken sandwich
bar, french fries, milk.
Friday: Breakfast Sausage
pizza, cereals, toast, muffin,
doughnut, biscuit and gravy, mixed
fruit, tater tots, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Chicken stir fry, corn,
vegetables (winter mix), fresh fruit,
roll, salad bar, hamburger bar,
french fries, milk.
Menus are subject to change
without notice.
CONGREGATE DINING
Monday: Stuffed chicken breast,
seasoned black beans, Spanish
stewed tomatoes, whole wheat
bread with margarine, fresh
orange, low-fat milk.
Tuesday: Meatloaf with mush-
room gravy, lyonnaise potatoes,
mixed vegetables, whole wheat
bread with margarine, apple crisp,
low-fat milk.
Wednesday: Barbecued pork
riblet, seasoned black-eyed peas,
turnip greens with onion, biscuit
with margarine, oatmeal cookie,
low-fat milk.
Thursday: Chicken marsala
over rice pilaf, Harvard beets, broc-
coli salad, whole wheat bread with
margarine, mixed fruit cup, low-fat
milk.
Friday: Sliced turkey, sliced
cheese, three bean salad, dill pota-
to salad, whole wheat roll with mar-
garine, fresh banana, low-fat milk.
Congregate dining sites include:
East Citrus, Crystal River,
Homosassa Springs, Invemess
and South Dunnellon. For informa-
tion, call Support Services at 795-
6264.


82nd Airborne, and all services, not
just the Army.
Korean War Veterans
Association, Citrus Chapter 192
meets at 1 p.m, the first Tuesday
monthly at VFW Post 10087 in
Beverly Hills behind AmSouth Bank
and across from Haywires. Any mil-
itary person who served from 1950
to present day is eligible to become
a member for $10 a.year or $3 for
associate or auxiliary members.
Call Commander Louis Poulin,
302-0850, or Vice Commander
Paul Salyer,637-'1161.
AMVETS Post 5 will meet at


Citrus Cinemas 6 Inverness
Box Office 637-3377
"The Shaggy Dog" (PG) 1:40 p.m., 4:40 p.m.,
7:40 p.m. Digital.
"Failure to Launch" (PG-13) 1:20 p.m., 4:20 p.m.,
7:20 p.m.
"Aquamarine" (PG) 1:10 p.m., 4:10 p.m., 7:10
p.m.
"Ultraviolet" (PG-13) 1:45 p.m., 4:45 p.m., 7:45
p.m.
"16 Blocks" (PG-13) 1:30 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:30
p.m.
"Eight Below" (PG) 1 p.m., 4 p.m., 7 p.m.
Crystal River Mall 9; 564-6864
"The Hills Have Eyes" (R) 1 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 8
p.m., 10:30 p.m. Digital.
"The Shaggy Dog" (PG) 1:45 p.m., 4:45 p.m.,


7:20 p.m., 9:45 p.m. Digital.
"Failure to Launch" (PG-13) 1:20 p.m., 4:10 p.m.,
7:40 p.m., 10:05 p.m. Digital.
"Aquamarine" (PG) 1:35 p.m., 4:15 p.m., 7:45
p.m., 10:20 p.m.
"Ultraviolet" (PG-13) 1:10 p.m., 4:35 p.m., 8:05
p.m., 10:10 p.m.
"16 Blocks" (PG-13) 1:25 p.m., 4:40 p.m., 7:50
p.m., 10:15 p.m. Digital.
"Madea's Family Reunion" (PG-13) 1:05 p.m., 4
p.m., 7 p.m., 9:50 p.m.
"Eight Below" (PG) 1:30 p.m., 4:20 p.m., 7:30
p.m., 10:25 p.m. Digital.
"The Pink Panther" (PG) 1:15 p.m., 4:25 p.m.,
7:10 p.m., 9:55 p.m. Digital.
Visit www.chronicleonline.com for area movie list-
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Today's HOROSCOPE


Your Birthday: Take every
chance you get in the year ahead
to cultivate contacts and connec-
tions that can help give your career
a boost. It's not brownnosing or
kissing up; being nice to people is
always right and always pays divi-
dends.
Pisces (Feb. 20-March 20) It
could be one of those days where
it might seem like everyone in your
household, or those with whom
you share your day, will be walking
around with chips on their shoul-
ders. Play it cool..
Aries (March 21-April 19) If
others find you indecisive and
Wishy-washy, a strong-minded indi-
vidual who notes this Will happily
do all your thinking for you. Believe
me, his/her ideas won't serve your
interests.
Taurus (April 20-May 20) Be
extra guarded in your financial or
commercial transactions, especially
if you're doing business with one
who has no track record. Ask a lot
of questions and take nothing for
granted.
Gemini (May 21-June 20)- If


7 p.m. the first Wednesday monthly
at American Legion Post 155' on
'the north side of West Gulf-to-Lake
Highway (State Road 44), Crystal
River, approximately two miles east
of U.S. 19 opposite the new Publix.
All are welcome. Call Gary
Platfoot, commander, at 746-5524.
The Suncoast U.S. Navy
Armed Guard and Merchant
Marine Veterans of World War II
announce their 2005-06 meetings
at 11:30 a.m. the second Saturday,
-' monthly at the Boston Cooker,
:5375 'Spring Hill Drive, Spritg Hill.
Meeting dates are April 8 and May'


you come on too strong or are a bit
too self-serving, it will cause others
to back away in situations where
they would otherwise be willing to
cooperate with you.
Cancer (June 21-July 22)-
Think your moves through carefully
today, as not to further complicate
an already complicated matter that
is giving you fits. You could cause
yourself further problems.
Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)-
Unusual happenings may capture
your fancy today, but you must be
extra 'careful you're not drawn into
a 'scheme that puts you in the mid-
dle between two friends.
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -
One's reputation is always at risk,
of suffering when there is a depar-
ture from operating with high stan-
dards, but today it could be a sure,
bet. Be certain all you do is accord-
ing to Hoyle.
Libra (Sept. 23-Oct, 23)-
Unless you show a respect for the
opinions of others, don't expect
them to respect yours in return.
Putting their views down is not only
rude, it opens yours up to severe


13. All veterans and their wives are
welcome.
The Officers and Directors of
the Florida Chief Petty Officers
.Association plan an Annual
Reunion from April 19 through April
23 at the Safer Plaza Hotel in Palm
Bay.
Anyone who has ever served as
a Chief Petty Officer in either the
U.S. Navy or the U.S. Coast Guard
is eligible to attend. This annual
reunion celebrates the birth of the
rank of Chief Petty Officer in the
U S.'Navy and the FLCPOA cele-
brates the occasion annually with a


criticism.
Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -
You may be placed in an awkward
position today, not necessarily from
your own actions, but for some-
thing another has done while in
your presence. Be careful not to be
tarred by the same brush.
Sagittarius (Nov. 23-Dec. 21)
- Important one-on-one relation-
ships must be handled with particu-
lar skill and care today. Don't act
too wise or. too smart, or you could
end up losing some treasured and
valuable allies.
Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -
For reasons known only to you,
youare likely to make heavy
demands on yourself today and
permit others to make them of you
as well. Know when to slow down
and when to say no.
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) -
You're not necessarily prone to tak-
ing chances normally, but long
shots and gambling may be very
appealing and exciting today.
Unfortunately, luck isn't apt to be
on your side.


military ball.
The host and the point of contact
for information is CTC Doyle
Courtney, USN (Ret), 721 Riviera
Drive, NE, Palm Bay, FL 32905-
4435, phone (321) 725-5654, e-
mail DoyleCourtney @aol.com.
Navy Ship USS Cascade
AD-16 reunion is scheduled Aug. 6
to 13 in Charleston, S.C'.,at
Clarion Hotel Charleston. Contact:
Bob Croghan, 7827 Cassia Court,
St. Louis, MO 63123, phone (314)
843-6615; or Barb Kennovin, 176
Teal Drive, Millsboro, DE 19966,
phone (302) 975-2719.


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Hospital set to


salute community


' Special to the Chronicle
After a successful debut in
2005, Citrus Memorial's
"Salute to Our Community"
event will return this year with
two days of activities and
entertainment. The second
annual celebration features
something for everyone on
Sunday, April 2, and Monday,
April 3.
Sunday's activities begin at
11:30 a.m. on the grounds of the
Curtis Peterson Auditorium in
Lecanto, when the gates open
for the Classic Car and
Corvette Show, with competi-
tion in several categories.
Registration is $10 per vehicle,
but free with the purchase of
two tickets to the concert being
held in the Auditorium. En-
trants may register until 1 p.m.,
and judging ends at 4:30.
Admission is free for specta-
tors.
Also on Sunday, The Let-
termen, featuring Jay Traynor
of The Americans, will per-
form at 2 and 6 p.m. in Curtis
Peterson Auditorium. See The
Lettermen founder Tony
Buttala perform favorites with
Donovan Tea and Mark
Preston, who joined the group
in 1984.
Tickets for general seating
are $20, and reserved area tick-
ets are $25. The Lettermen are
inductees 'of the Vocal Group
Hall of Fame and had such Top
10 hits as "When I Fall in
Love," "Hurts so Bad," "The
Way You Look Tonight" and
"Goin' Out of My Head/Can't
Take My Eyes Off of You."
There are many ticket sales
locations: Allen Ridge Diag-
nostic Imaging Center; Allen
Ridge Family Care Center;
Brannen Banks all branch-


es; Citrus Memorial's SHARE
Club Office; Citrus Memorial
Laboratory Collection Centers
- all locations; Citrus Primary
Care physician offices all
locations; Don Ross Roofing;
Hot Heads Crystal River;
Romano's Crystal River;
SunTrust Banks all branch-
es; Tangles Hair Salon & Spa
- Inverness.
On Monday, golfers will take
a swing at the world-famous
Black Diamond Ranch quarry
course in the Randall Jenkins
Memorial Golf Tournament,
named for one of Citrus
Memorial's pioneering physi-
cians. Registration for the 18-
hole, scramble-format event is
limited.
Proceeds from the second
annual Salute to Our
Community activities benefit
the Citrus Memorial Health
Foundation's Advancing the
Vision ... Care for a Lifetime
capital campaign, which will
support Citrus Memorial's
planned Family Care Health
and Education Center. The
center will provide a wide
range of educational programs
and health care services for
people of all ages.
Citrus Memorial thanks its
major sponsors at the diamond
level, the Citrus County
Chronicle and the Law Offices
of Buchanan Ingersoll, PC.
Platinum sponsors include
Blue Cross Blue Shield of
Florida Inc., Robins & Morton,
The St Petersburg Times and
WJQB True Oldies FM.
Call 344-6952. to inquire
about the Classic Car and
Corvette Show, (352) 560-6222
for concert information, or 344-
6485 to' learn more about the
Randall Jenkins Memorial
Golf Tournament


Math Field Day open

to home educators


Special to the Chronicle
Math Field Day will be
Saturday. April 29. at the Elks
Club in Hbmosassa, 7890 W
Grqver Cle% eland Blvd.
The middle C&h6ol competi-
tioA will be fiboii 8 to 10 am.
The high school competition
will be tronm '10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
One adult.team leader and
four students are needed for
each team: Home. educators
and homeschool students are
invited to participate.
If you are interested in par-
ticipating in this event or lead-
ing a team, call Jennifer Sasser
at 726-1931, Ext. 2228, for more
information.
Categories for the Math
Field Day competition are:
Middle school -4 pupils per


team (Each group is allowed to
send two teams for each grade
level and one team for
Algebra.)
Sixth grade: 2 teams.
SeVenth grade: 2 teams.'
S'Eighth grade: 2 teams.
Algebra: Iteain. :.
High school 4 students per
team (Each group is allowed to
send nine teams, not exceeding
two teams in any area/category
for high school.)
Pre-Algebra/Algebra IA.
Algebra IB.
Algebra I.
Consumer Liberal Arts
and Informal Geometry.
Algebra II.
0 Pre-Calculus.
College Algebra/College
Trigonometry.
Calculus.


Boomtown Days coming

to Dunnellon duringApril


Special to the Chronicle
This year we have "mascots"
- two cartoon armadillos
named Withla and Coochee -
symbolizing the discovery of
phosphate and the resulting
mining industry that made
Dunnellon a boomtown in the
1890s.
Friday, April 21, the local cel-
ebration starts with a Con-
tinental Country Buffet at 7:30
a.m. at the Bingo Hall, open to
all area residents. Reservations
are suggested and tickets are $3
in advance at the Chamber of
Commerce office. Immediately
following the breakfast, local
businesses will be judged for
best decoration and best
employee costume. For contest
information, call the Chamber
office at (352) 489-2320.
On Saturday and Sunday,
April 22 and 23, use of the
Dunnellon Middle School park-
ing lot off Cedar Street is
encouraged as parking area.
Saturday and Sunday will
feature 100 arts and crafts ven-
dors filling West Pennsylvania
Avenue, entertainment all day


on the Boomtown Stage, great
eats at the chamber booth and
in the food court
Special events on Saturday,
April 22, include pontoon boat
rides on the Rainbow and
Withlacoochee rivers. Boat ride
tickets with Captain Mike's
Lazy River Cruises are $10 for a
45-minute tour leaving hourly,
.starting at 11 a.m. with the last
at 5 p.m. and can be purchased
at the Chamber booth on West
Pennsylvania Avenue or at the
city boat dock The Little Miss &
Little Mister Dunnellon pag-
eant will be at 2 p.m. on the
entertainment stage and the
Queen of the Rainbow & Teen
Queen of the Rainbow pageant
will be at 4 p.m. at Ernie Mills
Park
Sunday, April 23, special
events will feature the 28th
Annual Lions Club Auto Show
in the Heritage Park area
throughout the day.
Contact the Dunnellon Area
Chamber of Commerce for
information at (352) 489-2320, e-
mail dchamber@atlantic.net or
mail to PO. Box 868, Dunnellon,
FL 34430-0868.


Engagements -- Anniversary

Sams-Hatton The Marinellis


The families of Miss Sharon
Sams and Mr. Robert Carnahan
Hatton proudly announce their
engagement to be married. A
private ceremony will take
place on June 3, 2006, at the
Casa de la Paz bed and break-
fast in St. Augustine.
'The bride-to-be is the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Burton
Sams of Ocala. Sharon is the
office manager at Citrus Hills


Golf and Country Club in
Hernando..
The groom-to-be is the son of
Mr. Roger Carnahan Hatton of
Pahokee and Mrs. Jo Hatton of
Crystal River.
Robert is a graduate of
Eastern Kentucky University
and is currently the manager of
Lake Rousseau RV and
Fishing Resort in Crystal
River.


Sivia-Marcel

Glenn and Deena Sivia of
Lecanto are pleased to
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Jennifer Glyn
Sivia, to Antoine Marcel. 3
The bride-elect is a 2002
graduate of Lecanto High
School. She is a CNA at Crystal
River Health and Rehab.
The future groom is a '1997
graduate of Citrus High
School, and has lived in Citrus
County for the past 26 years.
They plan to marry in the I--
summer of 2006. -


Joe and Donna Marinelli cel-
ebrate their 50th wedding
anniversary on March 22. The
couple grew up in the suburbs
of Detroit, Mich., and met for
the first time in June 1953. He
was 16, she was 13. Events kept
them apart until October 1953,
when they met again and that '- 2 . '
led to a very young and roman- -, .-r
tic two-and-one-half-year- ,
courtship., They married in '
1956 and have lived the last 29 ''
years in Citrus County.
The Marinellis have three
children, Terri, Kelle and Joey. -
They have three grandchil-
dren, Gino, Meg and Domenic.

NAew ... *..


Congratulations to
lowing new parents:
To Cali and
McClain, Inverness, a


the fol- ter, Courtlyn Saige McClain,
born at 8:09 a.m. Friday, Feb.
Griffin 17, 2006, at Seven Rivers Com-
daugh- munity Hospital, Crystal River.


Five generations


Worth NOTING --


Citrus auditorium
suspends classes
Due,to various activities being
held in the Citrus County Audi-
torium during the month of March,
the following classes will be can-
celed or relocated to another site:
aerobics, walking, clogging. To
obtain specific dates and times of
class locations, contact the Parks
and Recreation office at 527-7677.
Hospice offers
volunteer orientation
Hospice of Citrus County will
provide orientation training for indi-
viduals who are interested in learn-
ing more about Hospice volunteer
opportunities, including positions in
the Thrift and Gift Shoppes, courier
and reception desk coverage..
The class will be from 9 a.m.
until noon Wednesday at the Par-
ish Life Center of Our Lady of
Grace Roman Catholic Church,
Roosevelt Boulevard and
Washington Street, Beverly Hills.
The class provides an overview
of Hospice philosophy and history.
Participants will become acquaint-
ed with services for patients and
families, become familiar with the
' concept of palliative care and learn
the importance of confidentiality.
To register or to request training
for,your group, call Judy Knowlton,
volunteer program manager, at
527-6613.
Lake Tsala Gardens
sets annual yard sale
The community club of Lake
Tsala Gardens, Inverness, annual
yard sale will be from 8 a.m. to 3
p.m. Friday and from 8 a.m. to 1
p.m. Saturday.
There will be items inside and
out along with a bake sale, hot
dogs, coffee and doughnuts.
Lake Tsala Gardens is on State
Road 44 East, one-half mile from
Cox Lumber. Follow the large, pink
signs to the clubhouse. No early
birds.
Spaghetti dinner
to help Boy Scouts
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and silent auction from 4:30 to
6:30 p.m. Saturday at Crystal River
United Methodist Church, 4801 N.
Citrus Ave., Crystal River, and sup-
port Boy Scout.Troop 415. Tickets
are $5. Auction items include
theme park tickets, local restaurant
and retailer gift cards and more.
Orchid lovers to meet
in Brooksville
BROOKSVILLE The Orchid
Lovers Club meets at 1 p.m. the
third Saturday monthly in The
Enrichment Center Inc., at Oak Hill
Hospital, 11375 Cortez Blvd. (State
Road .50), behind the hospital.
On Saturday, Mike Polan will be
the guest.speaker. There will be
orchid plants for sale. Newcomers
are welcome.
Call (352) 597-1826.
Relay for ULife team
to host dance
The St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
Catholic Church's Relay for Life
Team, 'The Seton Strollers," will
host a St. Patrick's Day Dinner-
dance fundraiser at 5:30 p.m.
Saturday at the Madonna Caf6
(the parish center) at 1401iW..'
Country Club Drive in Citrus
Springs.
A traditional corned beef and
cabbage dinner, beverage and
dessert are included for a donation
of $15 per person. Reserved
tables of eight will be available.
Call Liz at 527-8757 or Trish at
895-8904.
Make bus trip, help
fund abuse shelter
Visit'Cape Cod, Mass., on a
nine-day, eight-night cross-country
bus tour and at the same time help
CASA (Citrus Abuse Shelter
Association);
This trip includes 14 meals,
eight breakfasts and six dinners,
including a lobster dinner at Cape
Cod.
The bus will leave June 24 from
Crystal River, returning July 2. Call
Anne at 794-4164 or Raye at 795-
4133.
A $5 donation will be made to
CASA for every seat sold.



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Kaitlin Ballard. Standing, from left, are: Donna Page, great-
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available from www.padutchcoun-
try.com or call (800) 723-8824 for
details. You'll be able to order a
printed culinary trail guide in April.
Meanwhile, here are some
places to explore on your own.
In Lancaster County, twist your
own pretzels at Intercourse Pretzel
Factory in the town of Intercourse
or at The Pretzel Factory or Sturgis
Pretzel House in the town of Lititz.
Lititz, which is celebrating its 250th
anniversary this year, is also home
to a giant chocolate fountain at
Cafe Chocolate, where you can try
chocolate fondue.
Just across the Chester County
line, at Herr's Snack Foods, you
can taste warm potato chips just off
the line on factory tours offered
Monday to Thursday. Hershey's
Chocolate World has tours daily,
with a new chocolate-making tour
ride opening in April.
For fresh farm produce and
homemade food, try the Lancaster
Central Market, or stop at one of
the Amish- and Mennonite-owned
roadside stands and bakeries, like
the Bird in Hand Bake Shop. Be-
hind-the-scenes tours are also
available at restaurants such as
Plain and Fancy in Bird-in-Hand
and Miller's Smorgasbord in Ronks.
Area bed-and-breakfasts are
hosting culinary and wine events,
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ties at working farms to milk cows,
collect fresh eggs and take a hay
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"lodging" and then "working farms.."
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NEW YORK Sure, everybody
who visits Europe makes the oblig-
atory visit to the Eiffel Tower and
Buckingham Palace. But to experi-
ence the continent in an altogether
different way, consider spending a
few days in a village, far from big
cities and crowded attractions.
The March issue of Conde Nast
Traveler recommends 10 Euro-
pean villages where you can im-
merse yourself in the food, culture,
scenery and rhythms of local life.
In Austria, consider a stay in
Rust, on the Neusiedler See, a salt
lake. Sample the local wines, visit
the churches and don't be alarmed
by the storks. The magazine rec-
ommends a stay in the Seehotel
Rust and dining at the Mooslech-
ners Rusterhof.
In the Czech Republic, visit Telc,
a picturesque Medieval village with
wonderful streetscapes. Visit Telc
Castle and stay in the Hotel Qerny
Orel. In England, Castle Combe in
Cotswold is home to the Castle Inn
Hotel and the White Hart pub,
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centuries.
You won't find a hotel in Goult,
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vacation rentals, including rooms at
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rasse or Cafe de la Poste. Or head
to Cahors, five hours from Paris by
train, then catch a taxi to St.-Cirq
Lapopie. Dine on foie gras with figs
at Restaurant I'Oustal; stay at Hotel
de la Pelissaria or Auberge du
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lonia Hotel in Skopelos, then rent a
bike and ride to the Perivoli restau-
rant for lunch.
In Kinsale, Ireland, Conde Nast
Traveler says you'll find excellent
fcod at the 200-year-old Vintage
Restaurant and a port-view room;
at the Old Bank House a B&B.'
Local attractions include the
Charles Fort and the International
Museum of Wine.
In Italy, stay at the Locanda
Romantica Pucci in Banoregio and
dine at Baccadora in Civita di
Bagnoregio, 90 minutes north of
Rome. In Fornalutx, Spain, in
Mallorca, book a room at the
Fornalutx Petit Hotel, a former con-
vent, and enjoy the food, at the
Bella Vista.
Finally, in Skanor, Sweden,
where local beaches jut into the
Baltic Sea, the magazine recom-
mends the Hotell Gasslingen. You
can sample the waters' bounty.
from the seafood menu at Skanors
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so very many travel brochures from vari-
ous tour companies, announcing their
new schedules. It is exciting just perusing
through them, and remembering....
I did take notice that Europe is
offering new cruise programs, sail-
ing the rivers docking at various
cities to see the sights, which is a :-..
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hotel and you dock practically in the
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ship. Entertainment is also included
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France had and perhaps still has a MEME
similar program, but traveling on a OF A TI
barge. It was a lot of fun. We boarded COUNS
the barge in Paris and continued
down through the Loire Valley, dock-
ing every night and dining under the canopy
This attracted many people, who thought it was
a restaurant and wanted to join us ... it looked so
romantic!
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staterooms. On our trip three were occupied.
Young college students, well trained in their
chores, ran the barge. It was equipped with
bicycles and other equipment to keep the pas-
sengers happy.
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bicycle to the local farmers' market to purchase
fresh vegetables, meat and other items needed
for her meals. The smell of coffee in the morn-
ings ready for dining on the open deck and
enjoying the fresh croissants still bring back
wonderful memories. The crew were absolutely
delightful.
On one occasion, Frank and I walked the-.
length of the area from one docking to the next
and we kept up beautifully with the barge. At


other times we visited the various towns and
cities. It was really a wonderful experience.
On another occasion we decided to take a
walk in the evening. As we were walking I was
completely frightened by a herd of
cattle coming toward us. The farmer
f made a remark and laughed. Frank,
[ who knew French, translated his
comment, "Don't worry, the cows are
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them." At that, I felt sheepish.
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to watch, although we missed a great
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OIRS because of the language and tradi-
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ELOR the locks, it was exciting watching
the barge being lowered and raised.
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maneuvering, and we felt like celebrities, sitting
in our lounge chairs on deck
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did visit some of the villas that were open and
contained quite a good deal of history about the
families who owned them.
Now, here is the reason for my excitement
regarding one of the brochures I received, out-
lining a ship's cruise from Prague to Budapest,
sailing on the Danube River. I had sailed it sev-
eral times but only on day trips, whereas this
sailing goes through several countries, bypass-
ing bus transfers to the airports, checking into
hotels in every city, etc. Will let you know all
about it in my next article.

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Chronicle
he secretary was suspicious.
A young man in the lobby
wanted copies ofre-mails sent dur-
ing a week in February between
Superintendent of Schools Sandra
"Sam" Himmel and the Citrus County
School Board.
Phyllis Geddes, the longtime execu-
tive secretary to the superintendent,
thought something was
up when the man
%wouldn't give his name.
Shie wondered out loud
if he was a reporter
and, if so, lie should
f. l check with education
writer Cristy Loftis,
who could show him
VV-:;. *F-iton how to find e-mail cor-
Chronicle respondence on the
copy editor. district's Web page.
Tho man refiused to


Organizers of the audit
sent specific
instructions. (Fulton)
was to request a week's
worth of e-mails
between administrators,
such as the city
manager, and the
elected board. At the
sheriff's office, he was
told to request a log
showing one day's worth
of calls and then request
a report from that log.


give in. Geddes, he said, remarked that
she knew how to-find out if he was a uneasy
reporter He insisted on getting the u nas .
records and she told him to return the Fulton said. "'Personally I don
next day. her It was very awkward."
When he returned, lie was whisked As part ofta statewide audit
iup to the executive offices where organizations to learn local
Himmel herself handed him over thee- ments' compliance with the S
i mail from her office. Law (see story Page LA), the C
4; To Chronicle copy editor Wes Filton, sent Fullton to four local a,
the whole experience made him school board, city of Inverness

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commission and sheriff.
Organizers of the audit sent specific
instructions. He was to request a
week's worth of e-mails between
administrators, such as the city manag-
er, and the elected board. At the sher-
iff's office, he was told to request a log
showing one day's worth of calls and
then request a report from that log.
Fulton, who's been with the
Chronicle for about a year and a half,
was instructed to not identify himself,
but also not to lie if someone asked if
he was a reporter.
It wasn't important whether he
received the records or not: impor-
tance was placed on the process and
reaction from government workers. For
example, if someone asked him why he
wanted to see the e-mails. he was to
reply: "Do I have to give a reason to get
the records?"
And the audit was conducted during
four specific days in February. That
proved difficult when one agency had
technical problems and couldn't get
him the records until after the audit
concluded. *. ..
Here's how he fared:
The encounter with Geddes at the
Citrus County School District office
may have been more of a misunder-
standing than a government worker's
attempt to hide information.
Still, Fulton said the difference from
the district office between the first day
Please see SUN/Page 4C


New Hollywood, meet Old Hollywood and get a clue


L ast Sunday
evening, a
sharp contrast
of two Hollywoods
unfolded on televi-
sion screens across
America.
Viewers tuning to
Fox News Channel's
War Stories hosted '"'
by retired Marine Curt
Lt Col. Oliver North EAG
observed a nostalgic VII
salute to a bygone
era of Hollywood
patriotism. Those who tuned to
the ABC television netl ork's
annual academy awards broad-


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cast had a perturb-
Si ing look at the con-
temporary era of
Hollywood rela-
tivism.
The War Stories
episode recounted
the important role
that the old Hol-
lywood played in
Ebitz defeating the twin
LE'S evils of German fas-
"W cism and Japanese
imperialism, which
threatened to subju-
gate the world to their totalitari-
an tyranny
Old Hollywood's patriotic


lens clearly viewed their threat
to the world as a struggle of
good versus evil. Prior to the
Japanese attack on Pearl
Harbor, old Hollywood's black
and white portrayal of the Axis
threat even earned Warner
Brothers the criticism of a U.S.
Senate Committee for produc-
ing pro-interventionist films.
After Pearl Harbor, old
Hollywood fully cooperated
with the U.S. Government's
Office of War Information and
supported the war against fas-
cist tyranny with numerous
movies that were unabashedly
patriotic. With its tales of


America's heroic sacrifice and,
indomitable spirit visually
sharpening the line between
good and evil on the silver
screen, old Hollywood con-
tributed immeasurably to gal-
vanizing and sustaining
American resolve until final
victory was won.
Today, new Hollywood's
moral relativism has blurred
the black and white distinction
between good and evil to the
point where the silver screen
has become an amorphous
gray that shrouds the forces of
evil that have and always will
exist in the world. ,


New Hollywood's blurring of
good and evil is especially
found. in two films that
received nominations for this
year's academy awards-
"Munich" and "Syriana."
Steven Spielberg's "Munich,"
nominated for best picture but
losing to the film "Crash,"
focused the camera's lens on the
Palestinian plotters in the after-
math of their brutal massacre of
11 innocent Israeli athletes at
the 1972 Munich Olympics.
Glossing over the tragic
deaths of Israel's Olympic ath-
Please see VIEW/Page 3C


Wi mt hawallw.4'~r I
Gerry Mulligan
OUT THE
WINDOW


Our very

own 'Land

of the Lost'

I have a confession to make:
I've never been able to
drive through the commu-
nity of Pine Ridge without get-
ting lost
While I've lived in Citrus
County for 28 years, the roads
in the north county community
are an enigma to me.
I'm a good driver and a con-
trol freak (one of my many
flaws according to my wife), so
I drive all the time. I've driven
in some of the most difficult
cities in the United States. I've
navigated the streets of New
York City, got stuck in the Big
Dig in Boston and violated the
speed limits on the super-high-
ways of Atlanta.
None of them compare to
the confusion of Pine Ridge
and Citrus Springs.
I've had better luck driving
with a stick shift on the wrong
side of the streets in Dublin,
Ireland, than I've had trying to
get myself off West Mustang
Boulevard.
I've driven the dangerous
cliffs of Kauai with more confi-
dence than I have on Citrus
Springs Boulevard.
We even once drove over
Connor's Pass on the Dingle
Peninsula in Ireland. a single
lane rock road with steep cliffs
and two-way traffic. I'd prefer
that to figuring out how the
heck to get off; Elkcam,

Please see NV Y Page 3C


Mike Wright
WRIGHT
ON TARGET


I take a

shine to

state law
W ith addictions,
it's normally
best to come
clean. So that's what I'm
doing in this space today.
Here's the truth: When
it comes to Florida's
Sunshine Law. I'm a pub-
lic records junkie.
Can't get enough of
them. When working on a
story, that's where my
mind always starts: What
documents exist to help
prove or disprove a
point?
For the most part,
Florida has a great public
records law. In this state,
just about everything
that's on paper gets stuck
in a folder somewhere.
I've had countless stories
during my 19 years in
Citrus County that relied
on documents in the
courthouse or Lecanto
Government Building.
Can't beat public
records for the truth.
Public records don't lie,
they don't forget and they
don't put on a spin.
A few years back, while
investigating an ongoing
series of screw-ups at the
former Brown Schools in
Beverly Hills, I learned
the incredible value of e-
mail.
A Department of
Children and Families
inspector dropped by the
Brown Schools, a resi-
dential treatment facility
for children with behav-
ioral problems, unan-
nounced nearly every
day. He then e-mailed his
supervisor with what he
found. She would e-mail
back her opinion.
Reading these e-mails
was like being in the
same room while they
discussed the mess at
Brown Schools.
I've written entire sto-
ries on court cases with-
out speaking to a soul,
just by reading deposi-
tion transcripts and other
notes in a court file.
Oftentimes. lawyers won't
talk on the record in
those cases and, frankly,
the printed word is more
reliable anyway.
For some reason,
younger reporters tend to
not grasp this concept.
I've got a theory that they
shy away from documents
and files because they
can be intimidating. An
interview lasts 15 min-
utes. Some files take
hours to go through, and
it's a learned science to
Please see WRIGHT/Page 4C


That was an

interesting

experiment

Maybe it was all a
dream. An intense
dream.
More accurately, an absolute
nightmare.
It started out innocently
enough., For years, we've had
people requesting that addi-,
tional channels be included in
our Sunday TV magazine,
Viewfinder
Well, who should happen to
stop by a few months ago? The
salesman who provides the
information for Viewfinder!
The trend among newspa-
pers, I learned, has been to go
from smaller booklets to bigger
tabloid formats. There's more
room for program listings, gos-
sipy entertainment info,
greater opportunities for
advertisers and newspaper
production crews love the big-
ger format
Man, it sounded like a TV
magazine from heaven. The
clouds cleared, birds were
chirping and all was right with
the world because we had a
new, fairly fun project to sink
our teeth into.
Well, one week ago today -
when the new and "improved"
Viewfinder debuted people
began to sink their teeth into
me. Talk about being chewed
out!
We expected feedback. We
expected resistance to change.
Please see SHADES/Page 3C


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The idea behind Florida's Government in the Sunshine law is to open up the government for the public toRpeek inside. Florida's
public records law is considered the best in the nation.

Floida's sunshine laws are put to the test locally, with mixed results


Charlie Brennan
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Celebrate open


government On


Sunshine Sunday


Today is Sunshine Sunday,
a day when news-gather-
ing organizations around
the state are reminding citizens
of the importance of the state's
government-in-the-sunshine
laws.
One of the things the founders
of this nation realized was that
as good as the system of checks
and balances was with the three
branches of government, some-
thing else was needed in the
equation.
That was the people's branch,
so to speak; what we call the free
press. It has since, and very
aptly, been labeled the Fourth
Estate of government. i
The freedom of speech that is
guaranteed in the First
Amendment of the
federal Constitution THE IS
is absolutely critical
in ,a representative Flor
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vital to a free peo- Chronicle
pie remaining free.
So a critical element in such a
system of government as ours is
freedom of information about
government. In recent times that
freedom has been codified as
the federal Freedom of
Information Act, and various
states' sunshine laws.
The founders knew that a citi-
zenry uninformed about its gov-
ernment is a citizenry at risk.
They knew all too well how
power can corrupt and govern-
ment can oppress. Witness sto-
ries in today's news about cor-
rupt public officials. It is a les-
son we forget at our peril.
This is why sunshine laws are
so important. They guarantee
citizens the right to have access
to the records and meetings of
government. Since citizens can-
not usually spend the time to
gather the information about
government, they depend on
independent news-gathering
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have very good sunshine laws
that give us the right to see what
our government is doing through
access to records and meetings.
An initial problem with the
sunshine laws was that govern-
ment representatives didn't
always understand or abide by
them. That has changed in
Florida for the most part, howev-
er, and it is fairly uncommon that
an elected official or govern-
ment administrator doesn't
know the law.
More often today the problem
is that their subordinates don't
know and aren't trained about
the sunshine laws. Government
managers and elected officials
should make sure all employees
who have contact
SSUE: with the public are
trained in the
day's requirements of the
ie laws. sunshine laws. That
should be routine.
PINION: All citizens in
D the; Florida have aright
whining. to all" records and
meetings without
lION: Go to giving their name or
irne.corn to a reason .unless
bout toa 's there is a statute
editoral, specifically exempt-
ing that record or
meeting from the public.
It is the meeting-holder's and
record keeper's legal responsibil-
ity to either allow access or pro-
duce the record in a timely fash-
ion, or to cite the statute exempt-
ing the record or meeting. Official
actions can be overturned if not
done in the sunshine and officials
can be prosecuted for willfully
denying access.
Elected officials, with only a
few exceptions, can discuss the
public's business only in a public
and advertised meeting in
other words, in the sunshine and
not in some back room.
We pride ourselves as being an
open and free society, but we
must always remember that free-
dom of information is vital for
the functioning of such a demo-
cratic society.
Without ,the right to informa-
tion about our government as
granted in our sunshine laws,
the public interest would be at
risk.


Hot Corner: SERVICE DOGS


Odd allergies
I have a question for the
lady who wouldn't let the
service dog come in the
nail shop the lady just
wanted to get her nails
done because she was-
worried about her son's
allergies or her toddler's
allergies. CALL
He's got an allergy to 563.
hair? How about an allergy
to the products they use in
the (nail shop)? The smell is horren-
dous and I cannot imagine that the
dog would be more allergy (irritat-
ing) than the stuff is that they work
with, because most of the time they
have to wear a mask. I wouldn't
think that would be very good for
the toddler. Somebody needs to
check into that.
Fine the business
This is in regard to the service
dogs. I believe the owners of the
businesses should be fined. ...


UND Enforce the law


|J[ I'd like to know when it
is that deputies decided
who could break the law
and who's not allowed. I'm
reading about this service
dog, where the deputy did-
n't arrest the lady for vio-
lating the law because
she'd have to shut down
i0579 her business. That's not
his call. She violated the
law. Why was she not
taken to jail? ...
This is ridiculous. The ADA laws
are there to protect our disabled
people. It's not up to the deputy to
change the law; it's up to him to
enforce it.
Dog not needed
On the March 6, front page, if
that person has the dog for hearing
purposes and she can speak on a
cell phone, I don't think the dog
should be in the park.


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LETTERS


Tell the truth
The Chronicle, in my opinion, has
been a good information media that
has actually improved during the past
15 years that I have subscribed to it.
However, it has expressed its opin-
ion about the "False Light?' law, which
I find surprising and attribute only as
a support for the newspapers being
sued under the False Light law.
The "Opinion" of the Chronicle-
starts "newspapers should not be
timid in seeking out the truth."
Hooray!
"Citizens expect newspapers to play
the role of watchdog when it comes to
how government or big business oper-
ates in the Sunshine State."
Very true. However, citizens also
expect newspapers to be responsible
in the way they present "the truth."
Freedom of speech does not allow for
someone to irresponsibly shout "fire"
in a crowded theater when there is no
fire.
The reason that the False Light law
came into effect is because of the way
some newspapers report some of
their news. Reporting that a person
killed his wife may be the truth, but it
does not mean to say that the person
did murder his wife. It could have
been an automobile accident or any
of many other reasons that are not
considered murder. This is telling the
truth without responsibility! This is
why the False Light law was made.
Half truths are half lies. ,
The Chronicle considers Don
King's lawsuit as "outrageous." He is
allegedly suing ESPN and Walt
Disney Co. because a TV company
made him look "dishonest" Well, if no
one can support their allegations on
TV they should be sued! If the news-
paper lost an $18.28 million judgment,
it violated the law. Changing the law
would only allow more irresponsible
reporting.
I say leave it alone. Remember,


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help you." You won't have a problem
with the law or anyone else.
Robert DesCamps
Citrus Springs

Not a waste
I would like to respond to recent
comments in the Sound Off column
from people who think the
Community Patrol/Crime Watch pro-
grams are a waste of taxpayer money.
Community Patrol volunteers do
house checks and security checks
which, if done by deputies, would
require thousands of extra man
hours, and therefore hundreds of
thousands of dollars in payment to
those deputies. You can.request a
house check while you are away and .
someone will check your home, usual-
ly daily, and take appropriate action if
there is any problem.
Community Patrol volunteers also


Editor

help patrol events such as the
Strawberry Festival. They have
helped reunite lost children with ,
their parents and located Alzheimer's
patients who have wandered off.
Volunteers at the Community
Resource office do fingerprinting for
background checks. It would be very
expensive to have deputies doing this
simple task It would be a waste of
their time and training.
It was those same volunteers who:
made possible the haunted house at
the fairgrounds when new laws
required that people helping there
have security clearance.
Hospitals provide uniforms for vol-
unteers. Does that mean they are '
wasting the money you pay for.med-
ical bills? What about the uniformed
guides at Homosassa Springs Wildlife
State Park? And the orange vests prp-
vided to the Adopt-A-Highway volun-
teers?
Volunteering is a wonderful way to
give back to your community. Instead
of criticizing, get out there and join;
in. Please don't discourage the people
who are giving their time to help keep
Citrus County a wonderful place to
live.
Mary Lothery
Floral City

Hats off
Seeing (February was) Black .
History Month, I want to write about
my incident
My pet peeve is going to a restauT
rant and having young and old people
eating with their hats on.
The other day, I was at a restaurant
and these African-American men sat
down to eat When their orders came,
they removed their hats.
Maybe we should take lessons from
them.
Isabelle Glowacki
Inverness


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Have you tried the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde diet yet?


A couple of weeks ago,
Cheryl and I made
one of our routine
trips to Dallas to visit our
daughter, Becky, and her
,family. _
Each year, we take
advantage of a couple of
the "ho-hum" bank holi-
days, Presidents' Day in
February and Columbus Fred B
:'Day in October, to go see A SLI
our Texans. If I tack one or LI
two days of vacation time
onto a Monday holiday, we
can have a three- or four-night visit,
'which is just right It's long enough to
enjoy ourselves and remain well-


In
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- acquainted with the grand-
children, Emily and Eric,
without becoming bored or
being a burden.
During our most recent
trip, I was reminded once
more that Texas isn't
Florida.
^. ^ When we arrived at noon
Saturday, Feb. 18, it was 27
rannen degrees with freezing rain.
ME OF The temperature finally
FIE made it up to freezing mid-
afternoon on Monday. Even
so, it was still very cold and
raining when we left to return home
on Wednesday.
We had experienced firsthand the


Great North Texas Ice Storm of 2006.
Yippeee!
It was still a great trip. A trip to see
Becky always is, regardless of minor
inconveniences such as ice storms.
Once we made it to Becky's home
from the airport, we followed the
instructions given by the highway
safety folks and stayed off the main
thoroughfares where ice had formed
on the bridges. We were able to cau-
tiously make our way to a couple of
very nice eateries that could .be
reached on ordinary city streets, but
for the most part, we just hunkered
down.
Overcast, rainy and cold, it was the
kind of weather that called for read-


ing one of the classics, perhaps
Robert Louis Stevenson's "Dr. Jekyll
and Mr. Hyde."
I didn't do that, but while sitting in
Becky's kitchen, thumbing through
her cookbooks, I realized my baby girl
is dealing with a bit of the Jekyll/Hyde
syndrome herself. She has "The South
Beach Diet" nestled next to
"Hershey's 100th Anniversary
Cookbook".'
Hershey's begins every recipe with
2 sticks of butter, 3 cups of sugar and
CHOCOLATE.
South Beach recommends eating
nothing that tastes good.
Talk about the personification of
good and evil!


But forget the cookbooks. In actual
culinary performance, it was almost
as though I could see Becky in a
Jekyll/Hyde transformation, on the
one hand, preparing a low-calorie
entree, but then on the other, putting
together a peach cobbler that would
have made my grandmother proud!
Oh, well.
The battle between good and evil
will continue until our Lord makes
His triumphant return to this earth, as
will, I expect, the battle between what
tastes good and what's good for you!

Fred Brannen is an Inverness
resident and a Chronicle columnist


Chile still making strides


Toward modern development

S.Note: This is the second in a series ofarticles Hague Convention On International Child
,pon my recent visit to Chile with the Former Abduction covers bi-national marriages that
SMembers ofCongress. (Chile is on the west coast end in divorce. There were five cases in 2005 in
pfSouth America.) Chile. There is some concern.that the.
.TT e were extremely impressed -. Hague Convention is not being
with the U.S. Embassy in :. ,.- I applied. There is also concern that
".' Chile. The ambassador, -.. Chile has not done enough to reinvig-
Craig A Kelly, has an interesting orate its university system and devel-
, ,background, including working : op financing so that students can go to
closely wih former Secretary of .* J school. It would be helpful to see
,.'State Colin Powell. He is extremely Chile invest more in research and
"knowledgeable, can get his view- 1 :: development but once again, intellec-
points across in a non-threatening ,'::. tual property rights need to be pro-
'way, and has a good feel for the coun- tected.
...try and its problems. We were fortu- Lou Frey Jr. Chileans quite rightly think things
nate to have Emi Lynn Yamauchi, OTHER are good and appear satisfied at the
Deputy Chief of Mission, spend a rate their country is developing.
good part of her holiday with us. Ms. VOICES However, when you look around the
,Yyamauchi has served previously in world at developing countries, such
.Tokyo, South Africa, Columbia, Uruguay and as Thailand and Vietnam, 'or economic centers
..Vietnam. Again, we were impressed with her such as Hong Kong, you see more energy and
knowledge, her energy and her desire to help drive than exists in Chile. The United States
improve relations between Chile and the recognizes that it should encourage Chile's
United States, which fortunately are good. The regional leadership, but it must remember to
U.S. Embassy in Santiago is on a tight budget treat Chile as an equal and not as a lapdog of the
with only a budget cushion of $8,500 for the United States. The relationship with Chile can-
entire year. not be taken for granted.
The main question that many in the United It appears that the United States can improve
States have is whether Chile can make the leap this relationship through people-to-people pro-
into the ranks of First World countries in the grams, such as cultural exchanges and sports.
near future. It would be great to have the Peace Corps in
All the pieces appear to be in place. The two Chile not to build homes, but to instruct
major political parties are stable, the free mar- teachers how to teach English. We have previ-
ket system has taken hold, the country has a free ously discussed the fact that English is a second
press, the constitution has been changed and language in the country, with four years being
updated, and the problems of the Allende years taught in the high school. The reason that only 2,
are only memories, of the past. The United percent of the people are literate in English is
States has sought to encourage Chile to be the because the English teachers themselves have
regional leader in the neighborhood. not had adequate training.
Chile has peacekeeping forces with a battal- Our experience gives us hope that there may
ion of engineers in Haiti. There are also peace- be other answers. During a discussion at a store
keepirig forces in Bosnia and Cypress. The free with a young man in his early 20s, he was asked
trade agreement with the United' States went" why he spoke such good English. He replied
into effect in 2004 and has worked. The U.S., that his younger brother taught him. This
Embassy is trying to negotiate a status of force appeared a little bit strange, and we asked him
agreement wit h t hlie Chilean government As this how did that happen.
negotiation goes on, Chile is receiving at least He took a Gameboy out of his pocket and said,
ten F-16s from the United States during the next "Gameboys are in English. No one can play
few years. I unless they know English. So people of my age
The embassy is trying to update a 102-year-old who like to play have to learn English to keep
extradition treaty, which does not cover many up." The third language in Chile is Chinese, a
crimes of the modern world. There is a major recent development that indicates the growing
problem with intellectual property rights. The Chinese influence in Chile.'
embassy has been. trying to convince the Next week, more about Chile and trade.
Chileans that protecting property rights is as .
important to them as it is to United States com-
panies. Until this is done, there will not be Lou Frey Jr. is a political analyst, commentator
major U.S. investment nor major investments and newspaper columnist and former Florida
from other developed countries, representative in Congress. Send e-mail to
Divorce became legal in Chile in 2004. The lou.frey@lowndes-law.com.








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Letter to the EDITOR


Remembering a friend
There are times when words, expressions,
thoughts and feelings are difficult to transpose
on paper. For me, this is one of those times.
'Yesterday, March 6, 2006,1 I received a phone
call advising me that a friend, a neighbor, had
passed.away. I had known this individual for
mh"'ihore than 30 years.
We were not social butterflies, we were
"-neighbors. I knew him, I knew his family. He
*vas the type of man who would be driving by
' 'your house and see you sitting on the front
porch, pull in the driveway and sit and chat
"- 'with you for an hour or so. He was a man who
one could have an intelligent, meaty conversa-
J, tion with on any subject.
.He was not a banker, lawyer, teacher, cop or
social worker. He worked in a grocery store
and was a newspaper carrier for more than 25
years. Night in, night out, he was a paper carri-
er. While the county slept, he was delivering


the news to your home.
I am sure that there are many folks in the
county, especially the Inverness area, whose
lives were touched by this man. I never heard
him complain about his lot in life. He accepted
what life had to offer him and dealt with it like
a man. He had a good ear, was a good listener
and I am sure there are those who appreciated
his time that he gave willingly.
The man I am speaking of is Theodore
Sebastian Proto; Ted to the many of us who
were fortunate enough to have known him.
I will miss you, Ted. I believe you are in a
better place. I believe you are united with the
love of your life, Anita. God bless you, Ted.
Thank you for your valuable time that you gave
me.
Respectfully and with condolences to the
Proto family,
Anne and Michael "Mike" Pitts.
Inverness


WINDOW
Continued from Page 1C

Boulevard.
The problem is that whoever
designed these roads made
them all go in circles. You can
get on Citrus Springs
Boulevard, from U.S. 41 -
drive eight miles and end up
right back on U.S. 41.
Pine Ridge Boulevard is
even worse.
This is where a big part of
the population growth is taking
place in Citrus County, and it's
getting much more important
to figure out how to navigate
the communities. Last week, I
had a meeting in Dunnellon
and thought it would make
sense to cut through Pine
Ridge and Citrus Springs from
my Meadowcrest office.
It's easy enough to get into
the maze by taking Pine Ridge
Boulevard off County Road
486. But once you enter the
labyrinth of neighborhood
roads, you're on your own. I got
on Pine Ridge Boulevard and
drove for 30 minutes only to
end up about four miles from
where I started.
Part of the problem is that
you get lulled into snoozing
because all of the neighbor-
hoods look so similar It used to
be that there were just miles
and miles of scrub oaks. Now


SHADES
Continued from Page iC


Canarywood,
Cottonwood,
Candlewood,
Cogwood and
Camwood hey
you've got to
be kidding me.

there are miles and miles of big
houses. Everyone has a swim-
ming pool, a boat in the yard
and acres oflawn to mow. I find
myself looking around at the
beautiful homes and then all of
a sudden I'm right back where
I started.
I was told to make a right
hand turn when Elkcam cross-
es Citrus Springs Boulevard.
But I was told to be careful -
don't make a right hand turn
the first time Elkcam crosses
Citrus Springs Boulevard,
make a right the second time
Elkcam crosses Citrus Springs
Boulevard.
I thought there was some-
thing in the U.S. Constitution
that said two roads can't have
more than one intersection?
Needless to say, I was late for
my meeting.
The county needs to make
some amendments to the com-
prehensive plan so this confu-


Believe me, it's no
fun walking into
thek nnuhlishar's


We planned to make changes. ,
XWhat we didn't anticipate office and a making:
was a rvnlutinn ,


Calls, e-mails, mail by the
droves.- Our best-intentioned
reader-friendly survey about
the redesigned TV section
couldn't have been more popu-
lar. That's because the size and
the lack of stapled binding on
the revamped section couldn't
have been more unpopular.
I had set aside time Monday
morning to talk to customers,
note their concerns and build a
plan to make further revisions.
What, maybe 25-30 people
might contact me?
From 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Monday, then 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Tuesday, I sat at my desk with
telephone wedged between
shoulder and ear and my fin-
gers on my computer keyboard
checking e-mails.
Seemingly every time I'd
hang up from one call, there
were two messages on my voice
mail. Just about every time I
responded to an e-mail and hit
the "send/receive" button,
another three e-mails about
Viewfinder would show up.
Coworker, friend and all-
around good guy Tim Hess took
pity on me and we broke for
lunch early Tuesday afternoon.
That's when I showed him the
log of info I'd compiled from
reader response to the new
Viewfinder.
We discussed what would be
needed to better organize the,


VIEW
Continued from Page 1C

letes, the film subordinates
their lost hopes and unfulfilled
aspirations to a sympathetic
portrayal of the terrorist plot-
ters as victims of the Israeli
Mossad's retribution. This
depiction of the terrorist plot-
ters as victims rather than per-
petrators only serves to
humanize the inhumane acts of
terrorists by marginalizing
their evil intentions and
depraved motivations.
The film "Syriana," nominat-
ed for best screenplay. and
gaining best supporting actor
honors for George Clooney, is a
loathing critique of America's
Middle East policy of promot-
ing democracy in a region
where tyranny reigns.
However, the film's romantic
characterization of an Islamic
terrorist particularly reveals


a case that your
project has failed.

That's unnatural.

information; and I'm confident
we'd have- covered a good
chunk of the concerns voiced.
Except two:
1) "The new book falls
apart"
2) "The size is awkward and
it doesn't fit on my coffee
table."
There were hundreds and
hundreds of responses and a
lot of good suggestions, but
there were also the aforemen-
tioned Items 1 and 2 in nearly
every response. .
Upon returning from our
lunch, with my nerves slightly
settled for the first time in
close to 30 hours, we took a
look at the mailbox/wall pocket
outside my office door
Tim and I kind of expressed
a collective "holy moley!!!" The
box was packed.
It was the first round of
Viewfinder surveys that had'
come in the late-morning mail
delivery. There were, oh,
maybe a. hundred or so.
Perhaps one out of 50 were
supportive of the revamped
product That leaves about 49
out of 50 who hated it And the
word "hate" was used liberally


the failure of new Hollywood's
moral relativism to grasp the
evil of Islamic fanaticism.
Portraying the terrorist charac-
ter as a compassionate and
generous person, the suicidal
act of plowing his explosives-
laden motorboat into a Persian
Gulf liquefied natural gas facil-
ity is artistically glorified as a
triumph over American impe-
rialism.
Lost in the moral relativism
of both films is the fact that
there is real evil in the world,
and that America is once
again in a life and death
struggle against it. Thus, the
new Hollywood of today,
unlike the old Hollywood of
yesterday, sadly disregards
the ample murderous evi-
dence that Islamic fanaticism
has replaced Nazi Germany
and Imperial Japan as the
civilized world's greatest
threat
Guided by its unrealistic
view of the world, the new


sion can end. A few 'stipula-
tions:
Roads cannot go in circles
- they must be straight
Roads can't intersect each
other more than once..
Roads must have names
we can pronounce.
There should be no loops.
Loops are very annoying.
Canarywood, Cottonwood,
Candlewood, Cogwood and
Camwood hey you've got
to be kidding me. All these
roads are within a few blocks
of each other in the middle of
Pine Ridge. If you get lost there
you'll forget your name trying
to .remember which C-wood
you're looking for.
Prairie, Pinto, Phoenix,
Pontiac, Papoose, Pawnee,
Pink Poppy, Perry and Petunia
are all in the same Pine Ridge
neighborhood. The original
designers of the development
must have stayed up late at
night drinking beer making up
these names. "Ha, ha no one
will ever find their way out of
here."
We need more rules to make
these neighborhoods safe for
wandering motorists. Until that
happens, I think I'll stick to 491
and 486.

I GerryMulligan is publisher
of the Chronicle. He can be
e-mailed at gmulligan@
chronicleonline.com.


in the comments.
While some in the office the-
orized that 1,000 66r so (who
knows, maybe twice that num-
ber) angry respondents only
represent a sliver of our read-
ership, it became impossibleto
deny thdtFonly :a.portion of our
readers are avid Viewfinder
users and those are the peo-
ple we were hearing from. To
draw a comparison, perhaps
only 30 percent of our readers
read the sports section, but to
them that IS the newspaper.
Believe me, it's no fun walk-
ing into the publisher's office
and making a case that your
project has failed. That's
unnatural.
But, the people had spoken...
and written ... and e-mailed.
And boy, were they mad.
As painful as it was to watch
hours and hours' of work
chucked into the Dumpster of
life, I was glad really, even
proud that we got the OK to
go back to the way things were.
Newspapers are easy targets
for anyone mad about any-
thing, but for as long as I've,
been with the Chronicle, it's
been clear to me that our job is
to reflect the wants and needs
of our readers, friends and
neighbors.
Today, the old Viewfinder
format returns to your Sunday
Chronicle. It's there, looking
like it does, because you care.
For what it's worth, we care,
too.

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


Hollywood is too quick to deni-
grate America's values, leaders
and interests and too inclined
to ignore the daily sacrifice
and courage of Americans in
uniform. Thus, instead of unit-
ing America and strengthening
its resolve in the global war on
terror, new Hollywood is divid-
ing America and .chipping
away at its resolve.
For myself, the old
Hollywood that saw the good in
America and the evil in the
enemies that sought its
destruction is preferred. Given
the fact that last Sunday's acad-
emy awards attracted the sec-
ond lowest audience in its tele-
cast history, maybe other
Americans like myself share
the view that it's time for the
new Hollywood to get a grip on
reality.

Curt Ebitz is a retired
Army colonel and
Sugarmill Woods resident,


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Exemptions chip away at progressive open government laws


BARBARA A. PETERSEN
Special to the Chronicle
We plan for good government
the same way we prepare for
hurricanes, by raising public
awareness, by getting the word out.
This, Sunshine Week, is a week
selected by state and national media
to get the word out on open govern-
ment, seven days spent trumpeting
the cause, highlighting the impor-
tance of the public's right to oversee
its government through application of
public record and open meetings
laws.
Hurricane preparedness, okay. But
a whole week dedicated to open gov-
ernment? Why is access to govern-
ment information so important that
we spend a week's worth of time and
resources dedicated to the issue?
The answer, based on core demo-
cratic principles and steeped in histo-
ry, is simple, really. The ability to
access the records and meetings of
government is critical to our ability to
govern ourselves, to maintain civil lib-
erties and historic freedoms.
The ability to oversee and hold our
government accountable for its
actions is a fundamental right in this
country, and the principles of free-
dom, democracy, and open govern-
ment are inextricably and intricately


Guest COLUMN


woven into the fabric of our nation.
The right to know is not a partisan
issue, claimed by one political party
or candidate to the exclusion of oth-
ers. It is a core principle, the bedrock
of any democracy.
We want to know our government is
doing its job, that our elected officials
are fulfilling promises made and
faithfully representing our interests.
We want to assure ourselves that our
taxes are being used wisely and that
those taxes are fairly assessed. We
want to know when government offi-
cials are abusing their power and to
hold them accountable when they do.
Trust, said Ronald Reagan, but ver-
ify.
Florida arguably has the most pro-
gressive open government laws in the
country, laws protected by a constitu-
tional guarantee of access which is
unprecedented in this nation. But our
right of access is .under constant
threat and is constantly vulnerable to
erosion.
Local governments, adopt restric-
tive policies that prohibit public com-
ment at open meetings or that require
exorbitant fees for copies of public
records policies, we should note,
that are contrary to current law which
stand until challenged in court and


some government commissions and
boards routinely violate the open
meetings law.
State agencies create artificial bar-
riers to the public's right of access,
requiring those seeking public
records to make their request through
the agency's general counsel or public
information officer, to put a request in
writing and state the reason for the
request. These barriers violate
Florida's public records law and can
cause lengthy delays in getting access
to what are clearly public records.
The First Amendment Foundation
recently conducted an audit of com-
pliance with Florida's public records
law in all 67 counties and a number of
state agencies. The result, while not
bad compared to similar audits con-
ducted in other states, was fairly dis-
mal: Only 58% of the agencies tested
complied with the law. A failing grade
by the standards citizens expect and
deserve.
And each year, the Legislature pro-
poses numerous exemptions that
would close access to public records
and meetings.
By our count, there are currently
over 1,000 exemptions to our right-to-
know. (Let's make this very clear:
Every exemption created by the legis-


lature, all 1,000+ exemptions, are
exceptions to our constitutional right
of access.)
Does the government need these
exemptions? Occasionally, yes.
Frequently, no.
Some of the exemptions are valid -
social security numbers, personal
financial information, patient identi-
fying information, trade secrets but
many protect the interests of select
special interest groups at the expense

of the public and others block access
to records that help us keep tabs on
our government
For example, there's legislation
filed this session that reenacts a pub-
lic record exemption for adverse inci-
dent reports filed with the Agency for
Health Care Administration (AHCA)
by nursing homes around the state.
Shortly after the exemption was
created, a newspaper reported there
had been more than 4,300 incidents
reported at Florida nursing homes in
the few months since the bill's pas-
sage, but only one hundred had led to
investigations.
The story pointed out that even
families of the patients involved
couldn't get copies of the incident
reports. How do we know what's going
on in our nursing homes if we don't


-- Guest COLUMN -


Our government


must be transparent


REP. EVERETT RICE
Special to the Chronicle


amendment ensured that
Abraham Lincoln's ideal of
government of the people, for


"A popular Government the people, and by the people .' -:
without popular information would be our legacy and our
or the means of acquiring it, is responsibility.
but a Prologue to a Farce or a In a democratic form of gov-
Tragedy or perhaps both. ernment guided by the
Knowledge will forever govern Constitution and the rule of
ignorance, and a people who law, a system of. checks and
mean to be their own balances provides a neces-
Governors, must arm them- sary deterrence to any abuse
selves with the power knowl- of power. No one person is
edgegives." above or beyond the law,
T these words belong to thanks in large part to open
James Madison, the rec- government. Transparency in
ognized champion of government allows the public
open government. Madison, access to information about
knew that democratic govern- elected officials and how
ment only works when it oper- their tax monies are spent.
ates in the freedom of public More importantly, open gov-
disclosure and accountability ernment allows each and
Citizens have a right to know every' citizen to determine ,-
how they are governed as well -te own destm\3 and make
as'the means bywhichthey are important decisions affecting -
represented. their daily lives.
Our representative democ- i i c .
racy works precisely because Public service is a privilege.
its representatives are held not a right. Those who serve in
accountable to the citizens. elected office owe it to the peo-
The public's right to knowl- e whom they serve to con
edge of governmental opera- ductbusiness in a transparent
tions is the core and founda- environment where all citizens
tion of our democracy. It is a are able to access information
sacred trust to which all about such proceedings.
elected representatives of the If we are to secure our dem-
people must be held account- ocratic form of government,
able. transparency and openness
Florida's Sunshine and must-be the pillars upon which
Public Records laws allow citi- it is secured. As elected offi-
zens all over the state access to cials Of the public trust, we can
knowledge that impacts their not shy away from this respon-
daily lives. These laws also sibility. We must take it up as
make elected officials better our mantle of freedom and lib-
stewards of the public trust, erty.
In 1992, Floridians voted to .
amend the state constitution so
. that this right of open access to Everett Rice was elected to
governmental proceedings the Florida House in 2004,
would be enshrined for all gen- after serving as Pinellas F9
rations. This constitutional County Sheriff for 16 years.


SUN
Continued from Page 1C

he asked for the records and the second day was
obvious.
The first day, he-left Geddes his home phone
number. She called later and said he could
come by the next day for the e-mail.
The next day, he was sent to the administra-
tion office on the second floor and taken direct-
ly into Himmel's office.
"She handed me the stuff personally, so I
walked out with the stuff," he said. "It's like they
couldn't wait to give it to me. The difference was
phenomenal."
Himmel said Thursday her instructions to
employees are clear: If someone asks for a
record and it isn't exempt from the law, get that
person the record with no questions asked.
At the new Inverness City Hall, Fulton told
a receptionist that he wanted a week's worth of
e-mail between City Manager Frank DiGiovanni
and the city council. Someone came to meet him
in the lobby and wanted to know specifically,
which week? Fulton admitted that caught him
off guard because the rules didn't say whether it
should be the current week or previous week
He said he pulled a week off the top of his head.
"They did kind of regard me like I just
stepped off a UFO," he said.
He left his name and number and had the
compact disc of the e-mail in his hands the next
day.
The Citrus County Sheriff's Office has the
distinct advantage of having its own record
department. Handling record requests is sec-
ond nature.
"They were the most professional," he said.
"They get these requests all the time."
A records clerk told him it'd take a few hours
to compile a day's worth of calls. He returned
later that day for the log, then picked out a


domestic battery report to review. The clerk
blacked out names of the victim and explained
to him those names are exempt from public
review.
It was also his most expensive request.
Agencies may charge the amount of time it takes
to compile the information. In this case, he was
charged $28 for two-and-a-half hours of employ-
ee time.
a Coincidentally, it was a technology glitch
that stopped the Citrus County Commission
office from completely complying with his
request
Fulton said he visited the commission office
and told a receptionist he' wanted a week's.
worth of e-mails between County Administrator
Richard Wesch and the county commission. She
called the county's technical support office and
relayed to Fulton that they couldn't pull the e-
mails because of technical problems. 1
"They seemed the most eager and most
friendly," he said. "I didn't get the sense she was
trying to hide anything. She seemed disappoint-
ed that she couldn't help me."
On the third and final day of the audit, Fulton
returned to the commission office and over-
heard the receptionist's phone conversation
with someone in technical support He said the
receptionist made it clear to the person on the
other end of the line that his request should be
given top priority.
The next day, he had a message on his phone
that the records were ready. The audit had
ended, however, and Fulton didn't go pick them
up.
The experience was interesting. "I was sur-
prised how generally helpful people were in
getting what I wanted," he said.
But the experiment a one-week snapshot
on public records with such stringent restric-
tions didn't work, Filton said.
"Honestly I don't think it's fair," he said. "It's
just too stiff and it's just too unrealistic. I mean,
people don't behave that way."


WRIGHT
Continued from Page 1C

find the junk that isn't neces-
sary to even review.
Files, especially court
records, are repetitious.
Reporters must learn to sift
through all that so that a two-
hour record review doesn't
turn into a five-hour review.
Today is Sunshine Sunday, a
day set aside by newspapers
across Florida to educate read-
ers on the Sunshine law.
Newspapers were asked to
send representatives to local
governments, ask for a specific
record, and then document
how it turned out
We selected copy editor Wes
Fulton to conduct our audit.
Things went pretty well at the
city of Inverness, the county
government and the sheriff's
office. Not so well at the school
board where the employee Wes
spoke with broke two cardinal
rules: She asked his name and
asked why he wanted the
records.
(For the record, the employ-
ee, Phyllis Geddes, said she
thought Fulton worked with
the media and suggested he get
the e-mails he requested on-
line, the same way education
reporter Cristy Loftis gets
them.)
Folks, it's simple. There's a
reason they're called public
records. The public owns them.


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I take this pretty
seriously and tend
to frown on public
agencies who

believe the records
belong to the
government and not
the people who feed
the government.


Sure, there are exemptions
and they are clearly spelled
out in the law. I can't go down.
to the sheriff's office and
demand a deputy's home
phone number. It's exempt,
and I can't argue with that
exemption.
So here's the thing:
Obtaining public records is
part of my job, and I'm not shy
about it Lots of people are shy
and some agencies don't make
it easy.
Here are some simple guide-
lines:
They can't make you iden-
tify yourself.
P They can't ask why you
want the record.
The requester should give
the agency a reasonable time
to get the records. That said,
the agency can't blow off the
request because it's a pain to


gather the papervork. Really,;
in most cases, they should have
this stuff in a filing cabinet..
nearby.
X If getting copies, prepare .
to pay 15 cents a page or ina
case of highway robbery-$1-A.
page for court documents.
More and more records%
these days are available onlin'e,
so check the agency's Web page.'
For example, the Citrus County
Sheriff's Office has on its Web,
site (www.sheriffcitrus.org'
mugshots of people who are
arrested and their arrests
reports. Great way to find out
what the neighbors are up to..
As mentioned earlier;,
there are many exemptions to -
the law. This is important: It's
up to the agency to prove
document you're requesting'
exempt from the law. You do
have to prove a thing. M
them cite the statute, then
home and look it up.
I take this pretty serious
and tend to frown on pub
agencies who believe t
records belong to the goveri :
ment and not the people wl
feed the government. Anyoi
who runs into problems gettil
what he or she believes is pd
lic should give me a call j
563-3228 or e-mail me
mwright@chronicleonline. ,
com.

Mike Wright is a senior
reporter and assistant editor '
for the Chronicle.


have access to these reports? And&'
how can we be assured that AHCA is&
doing what it should to protect our'"-
elderly? We can't.' The reports are,.
exempt from public disclosure.
Another bill being considered this.
session would close access to infor-,
mation about donors to certain pub-'
licly-owned museum houses, which/'
might be okay if the donor requests.'-
anonymity.
We have many similar exemptions in '
place for museums and halls of fame.
around the state. But this legislation'
automatically closes access to such
information and takes a huge step far- ,
their it also closes access to any infor- ''
mation about the donation itself. '
Is the museum using the donation',"-
for a legitimate, purpose? Or is the&:
money being misappropriated or mis-'
spent? Who knows. The records are
closed to public inspection.
Trust, certainly. But please, verify 1
It's our right.

Barbara A Petersen is president of-
the First Amendment Foundation, '
a private non-profit, non-partisan .Z
organization based in Tallahassee,;
Florida. If you'd like more informa-'
tion about the Foundation and the' q \
services it provides, check the FAF
website at www.floridafaf.org.


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-West Citrus Elks Card Party
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Lecanto Relay For Life
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Church Without Walls Golf
United Way Pro-Am Golf Tournament
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Mike Musto, 17, from Citrus High, is the Citrus County Chronicle's Wrestler of the Year. Musto finished fourth at the FHSAA
state wrestling championships and ended the season with a 36-5 record.

152-pound gapplerfinished 4th at state meet, led team to regional title
JON-MICHAEL SORACCHI he is the Citrus County behind me." a tournament, he was the guy
jmsoracchi@chronideonline.com champion in his weight class. For all of his accomplish- you penciled into the finals.
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Lecanto to Citrus for his final
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who wrestles at 152 pounds,
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Bulls 95, Hawks 90
CHICAGO (95)
'4 ';bA6ng'9-16 3-4 21, Allen 4-7 4-8 12,
Chandler 4-5 4-8 12, Hinrich 5-8 6-7 18,
S Grdon 3-10 0-0 7, Duhon 4-7 2-2 11,
rbcionif3-10 3-4 9, SWeetney 0-2 1-2 1,
Pargo 2-6 0-0 4, Piatkowski 0-0 0-0 0.
Tbtals 34-71 23-35 95.
ATLANTA (90)
T.Smith 4-11 2-4 11, A.Harrington 12-22
7-10 32, Pachulia 4-4 3-6 11, Ivey 1-5 0-0
2,'Johnson 8-19 4-5 22, Stoudamire 4-9 0-
0 Williams 0-6 4-6 4, Batista 0-2 0-2 0,
6.Smith 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 33-79 20-33 90.
Chicago 27 20 2622- 95
Atlanta 20 19 2427--. 90
23-Point Goals-Chicago 4-14 (Hinrich 2-
2;Duhon 1-3, Gordon 1-5, Nocioni 0-1,
Pargo 0-1, Deng 0-2), Atlanta 4-11
(dbhnson 2-4, J.Smith 1-2, A.Harrington 1-
.'Stoudamire 0-2). Fouled Out-Chandler.
Rebounds-Chicago 56 (Chandler 12),
Atlanta 52 (A.Harrington, J.Smith 10).
Assists-Chicago 16 (Hinrich 4), Atlanta
19 (Johnson 7). Total Fouls-Chicago 26,
Atlanta 26. Technicals-Chicago
Defensive Three Second, J.Smith. A-
1+,301 (18,729).
; Bobcats 116, Knicks 109
INiW YORK (109)
J.Rose 8-15 5-8 23, M.Rose 1-2 0-0 2;
d Yr 7-11 5-8 '19 Marbury 6-10 6-7 18,-
Richardson 3-110-0 8, Frye 2-4 0-0 4,
rancs' 5-9 6-8 16, Butler 2-5 0-0 4,
dranwford 1-6 2-2 4 Lee 4-5 3-5 11. Totals
9-78 27-38 109.
NAIARLOTT'E (116)
Wallace 5-9 6-13 16, Jones 9-17 5-5'28,
Brfzec 8-15 2-3 18, Knight 2-6 3-5 7;
'eltoh -7-17 3-,3 '20, Carroll 4-9 4-7 15,
VosWl -bL2 -O-O0, Elby 5-8 1-5 11,;
.'Robinson 0-2 1-2 1. Totals 40-85 25-43

Nw York 25 33 2427- 109
Charlotte 33 27 3521- 116
3-Point Goals-New York 4-16 (J.Rose
2-5, Richardson 2-7, Francis 0-1, Crawford
0-3), Charlotte 11-21 (Jones 5-9, Felton 3-
5, Carroll 3-7). Fouled Out-None.
Rebounds-New York 54 (Lee 12),
Charlotte 59 (Wallace 12). Assists-New
York 20 (Marbury 7), Charlotte 28 (Knight
15). Total Fouls-New York 32, Charlotte
30. Technicals-New York Defensive
Three Second, J.Rose, Wallace. Flagrant
fouls-Francis. A-19,026. (19,026).
NBA Leaders
Through March 10
Scoring
G FG FT PTSAVG
Bryant, LAL 61 729 556215035.2
Iverson, Phil. 57 668 518190833.5
James, Clev. 63 684 452 1921 30.5
Arenas, Wash. 59 543 482170728.9
5'Wade, Mia. 57 544 487156427.8
'36erce, Bos. 62 556 4931689 27.2
',%Ahony, Den. 62 566 452 161226.0
,.fand,.LAC 58 572 347149125.7
owqwitzki, Dall. 61 540 394155725.5
Allen, Sea. 58 507 240 145225.0
,McGrady, Hou. 47 410 254 114724.4
'Richardson, GS. 58 520 205 139224.0
'Garter NJ 58 482 342138623.9
Bosn Tor 62 484 431139922.6
'Marion. Phoe 60 532 175131621.9
1Garnen Mimn 61 508 297132121.7
Hamilton. Del'. ;:,., ;60 514 207 127621 3
jLewis.ea.. 61 434 293 12,1. 0.8
.ibby;, : .:. 62 452 249.127720.6
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S oMr.on. Phoe 61
Howard, Orl. 6'
'.Wallace, Det. 61
S dincan, S.A. 6'
' Randd, LAC 51
Magloire, Mil. 6
Webber, Phil. 51
'iMrphy, GS. 57
diamison, Wash. 61
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.Miller, Den.
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PFaul, N.Ok
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Ridnour, Sea.
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491 893 550
227 415 547
233 4-8 531
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227 ,433 ,524
247 474 .521
340 654 .520
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0 186 553 739
1 214 536 75(
30 240 488 728
1 163 523 681
8 175 409 58'
1 177 431 608
8 145 433 578
7 143 409 552
30 129 452 581
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G AST
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53 473
60 529
56 489
63 535
60 505
57 455
57 -424
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NBA Today
SCOREBOARD
o'r Sunday, March 12
1(Dallas at Sacramento (9 p.m. EST). Dirk

Nowitzki and the Southwest Division-lead-
jng Mavericks face the Kings.
*STARS
'"X-. Friday
'"'-Jason Richardson, Warriors, scored a
| eateer-high 44 points in Golden State's
1A-106 victory over Miami.
t^-Sam Cassell, Clippers, had 32 points
.tq,.lead Los Angeles to 107-96 win over
"Chicago.
r -Ron Artest, Kings, scored 19 of his
season-high 30 points in the fourth quarter
.ipt Pelp. Sacramenio beal Memphis 105-93.
,. 7-Ray Allen. SuperSunicE. scored 38
points in Seattle's: 107-96 win over
-Minnesota.'
"iJ. '!* .:i 'SHOOTOUT '
I olaen Stale s Jason Richardson scored
a p-.areer-high 44 points to win a shootout
4 *jn Dwyane Wade and spark a 111-.106
victory over the Miami Heat on Friday
night. Wade scored a season-high 42,
making it the first time in the Heat's 18-
year history that a player for both teams
-scored at least 40 points.
HOME SWEET HOME
The Sacramento Kings won their 11th
consecutive home game Friday night,
beating the Grizzlies 105-93.
SNAPPED
Orlando beat Cleveland 102-73 on
Friday night, snapping, the Magic's six-
game losing streak. ... The Warriors ended


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TODAY'S SPORTS
AUTO RACING
4 p.m. (13 FOX) (51 FOX) NASCAR Racing Nextel Cup UAW-
DaimlerChrysler 400. From Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las
Vegas. (Live) (CC)
BASEBALL
12 p.m. (SUN) College Baseball Maryland at Florida State. (Live)
8 p.m. (ESPN2) Baseball World Classic Second Round Teams
TBA. From Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan, Puerto Rico. (Live)
11 p.m. (ESPN2) Baseball World Classic Second Round -
Teams TBA. From Angel Stadium of Anaheim in Anaheim, Calif.
(Live)
2 a.m. (ESPN2) Baseball World Classic Second Round Teams
TBA. From Angel Stadium of Anaheim in Anaheim, Calif, (Same-day
Tape) *I
BASKETBALL
1 p.m..(6 CBS) College Basketball SEC Tournament Final -
Teams TBA. From Nashville, Tenn. (Live) (CC)
(9 ABC) NBA Basketball Cleveland Cavaliers at Miami Heat. From
the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami. (Live)
(10 CBS) College Basketball SEC Tournament Final Teams
TBA. From Nashville, Tenn. (Live) (CC)
(20 ABC),(28 ABC) NBA Basketball Cleveland Cavaliers at Miami
Heat. From the AmericanAirlin'es Arena in Miami. (Live)
(44 UPN) (ESPN) College Basketball ACC Tournament Final -.:
Teams TBA. From Greensboreo Coliseum Complex in Greensboro,;
.C. tLive)"(CC)
2 p.m. (ESPN2) College Basketball Southland Tournament Final
Teams TBA. (Live) (CC)
3 p.m. (ESPN) College Basketball Big 12 Tournament Final -
Teams TBA. From Dallas. (Live) (CC)
3:30 p.m. (6 CBS) College Basketball Big Ten Tournament Final
Teams TBA. From Indianapolis. (Live) (CC)
(9 ABC) NBA Basketball Seattle Sonics at Los Angeles Lakers.
From Staples Center in Los Angeles. (Live)
(10 CBS) College Basketball Big Ten Tournament Final- Teams
TBA. From Indianapolis. (Live) (CC)
(20 ABC) (28 ABC) NBA Basketball Seattle Sonics at Los Angeles
Lakers. From Staples Center in Los Angeles. (Live)
6 p.m. (6 CBS) (10 CBS) NCAA Basketball Championship
Selection Show The 65-team NCAA Basketball Tournament field is
announced. (Live) (CC)
4 a.m. (ESPN) NBA Basketball Cleveland Cavaliers at Miami
Heat. From the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami. (Same-day Tape)
(CC)
FOOTBALL
12 p.m. (2 NBC) (8 NBC) Arena Football Dallas Desperados at
Tampa Bay Storm. From the St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa, Fla.
(Live) (CC)
GOLF
9 a.m. (GOLF) European PGA Golf Singapore Masters Final
Round. From Singapore. (Same-day Tape)
2 p.m. (GOLF) Canadian Golf Tour Barton Creek Challenge -
Final Round. From Austin,. Texas. (Live)
3 p.m. (2 NBC) (8 NBC) PGA Golf Honda Classic Final Round.
From the Country Club at Mirasol in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
,(Live) (C C ) .. .. ' ':-
4p.m.(GOLF) LPGA Golf MasterCard Classic Final Round:
,From Mexico City. (Same-day Tape)
'.; ,p.m.,(GOLF) PGA Golf Champions Tour--AT&T Classic -
Final Round. From Valencia, Calif. (Same-day Tape)
.-: .< ,. ,- TENNIS ",,d .,.:d .. .
4,'p'.rf, (ESPN2) Tennis Pacific Life Open-4 rEary Iounds! Froemw
Indian Wells, Calif. (Live) (CC) : '


Miami's 1-garne winring streak, beating
the Heal 111 -106
ROCKY ROAD
The T.mDerclI.ievs haven I won a road
game since Feb. 6 at Phoenix and have
dropped 17'of the last 20 away from home
after a 107-96 loss to the SuperSonics
Friday night.
STRONG IN DEFEAT
Dwyane Wade. scored a season-high 42
points in Miami's 111-106 loss to the
Warriors on Friday night.
SPEAKING
"I thought it was going to be a contest to
see which one of us would score 50. He's
at the level where.I want to be. You want to
bring your 'A' game against him, because
you know he's going-to bring it against
you." Jason Richardson after his
shootout with Dwyane Wade during the
Warriors 111-106 victory over the Heat on
Friday night. Richardson scored a career-
high 44 and Wade had a season-high 42.


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HOCKEY
National Hockey League'
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W LOTPts GF GA
Rangers 36 18 9 81 199 151
adelphia 35 19 10 80 212 210
SJersey 33 23 8 74 184 182
Islanders 3029 4 64 184 217
burgh' 1537 12 42 186 260
Northeast Division
W LOTPts GF GA


Ottawa 42 15 5 89 247 150
Buffalo' 41 16 5 87 214 178
Montreal .31 23 9 71 183 195
Toronto 2928 6 64 196 212
Boston 2529 10 60 179 198
Southeast Division
'-'.', W LOTPts F0"GA
Carolina '43 15' 6 92 241 199
Tampa Bay 33.27 4 70 195 203
Atlanta .. 30,28 6 .66 211 218
Florida '' 2629 9 61 182 198
Washington 2233 7 51 178239
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division
W LOTPts GF GA
Detroit 4315 5 91 '233 162
Nashville 37 19 8 82 196 183
Columbus 26 36 2 54 162 225
Chicago 20 34 49 162 220
St. Louis 19 32 10 48 165 219
Northwest Division
W LOT Pts GF GA
Calgary 36 19 7 79 162 150
Colorado 36 23 6 78 228 201
Vancouver 35 23 6 76 209 195
Edmonton 3222 10 74 209 207
Minnesota 3028 7 67 190 .172


Pacific Division
W LOTPts GF GA
Dallas .41 19 3 85 210 171
Los Angeles 3524 5' 75 215 213
Anaheim 29 20 12 70 179 170
San Jose 30 23 9 69 193 187
Phoenix 29 30 4 62 189 208
Two points for a win, one point for over-
time loss or shootout loss.Friday's
Games
Ottawa 3, Atlanta I
New Jersey 4, Washington 3, SO
N.Y. Islanders 2, Toronto 1, SO
Florida 5, Carolina 3
St. Louis 2, Minnesota 1, OT
Saturday's Games
Buffalo 6, Philadelphia 5
San Jose 3, Nashville 2, OT
Montreal 1, N.Y. Rangers 0
SColumbus 4, Edmonton 3,' OT
N.Y. Islanders 3, Boston 1
Toronto 5, Tampa Bay 1
Detroit 6, Chicago 4
Pittsburgh 6, New Jersey 3
Florida 4, Carolina 3, OT
Los Angeles at St. Louis, 8 p.m.
Anaheim at Phoenix, 9 p.m.
Dallas at Vancouver, 10 p.m.
Sunday's Games
Calgary at Colorado, 3 p.m.
Ottawa at Washington, 3 p.m.
Boston at Buffalo, 5 p.m.
Atlanta at N.Y. Rangers, 5 p.m.
Detroit at Chicago, 7 p.m.
Edmonton at Minnesota, 7 p.m.
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m.
Phoenix at Anaheim, 8 p.m.
V'Monday's Games
Tampa Bay at Montreal, 7:30 p.m.
Columbus at St. Louis, 8 p.m.
Vancouver at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
Colorado al Calgar./ 9 p.m. (;
Los Angeles, at San Jose, 10:30 pim.
Maple Leafs 5, Ughtning 1
Tampa Bay 0 0 1 1
Toronto 0 2 3 5
First Period-None.. Penalties-Modin,
TB (hooking), :28; Richardson, Tor (trip-
ping), 2:33; Belak, Tor (holding), 18:49.
Second Period-"1,'Toronto, Allison 12
(Kaberle, Sundin), 5:55 (pp). 2, Toronto,
Stajan 9 (Berg), 17;19 (sh). Penalties-
Allison, Tor (hooking), 2:16; Modin, TB
(hooking), 4:07; Cibak, TB (high-sticking),
5:37; Berg, Tor. (pross-checking), 8:32;
Sundin, Tor (holding), 16:20.
Third Period-3,'Tampa Bay, Fedotenko
20 (Prospal, Lecavalier), 6:23. 4, Toronto,
Allison 13 (McCabe), 7:47. 5, Toronto,
Sundin 14 (Tucker, Allison), 10:08 (pp). 6,
Toronto, Antropov 8 (Ponikarovsky), 18;36.


Penalties-Dingman, TB, major (fighting),
5:16; Belak, Tor, major (fighting), 5:16;
Fedotenko, TB (hooking), 8:11; Pratt, TB
(hooking), 9:01; Kubina, TB (slashing),
10:54; Allison, Tor (tripping), 11:14;
Ponikarovsky, Tor. (hooking), 16:25;
Dingman, TB (holding), 19:33.
Shots on goal-Tampa Bay 6-17-7-30.
Toronto 7-9-14-30.
Power-play opportunities-Tampa Bay 0
of 7; Toronto 2 of 7.
Goalies-Tampa Bay, Burke 10-9-3 (30
shots-25 saves). Toronto, Tellqvist 7-6-2
(30-29). .
A-19,431 (18,819). T-2:21.
Referees-Chris Lee, Kevin Pollock.
Linesmen-Steve Barton, Scott Driscoll.
NHL Scoring Leaders
Through March 10
GP G A PTS
Jagr, NYR 62 43 49 92
Thornton, Bos-SJ 60 25 65 90.
Staal, Car .63 39 45 84
Ovechkin, Was 61 42 37 79
Kovalchuk, Ati 60 41 38 79
Alfredsson, Ott 58 36 43 79
Savard. Atl 64 24 54 78
Healley O :. 62 36 41 77'
Darsyuk Det 62 23 49 72
Hossa, Atl 64 30 41 71
Marleau, SJe 61 28 42 70
Targuay Col 64- 24. 46 70


19-Jff R MING
Busch Series
Sam's Town. 300 Results
Saturday
At Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Las Vegas
Lap length: 1.5 miles
(Start position in parentheses)
1. (10) Kasey Kahne, Dodge, 206,
$94,050.
2. (1) Matt Kenseth, Ford, 206, $58,300.
3. (4) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 206,
$51,225.
4. (3) Greg Biffle, Ford, 206, $43,450.
5. (6) Carl Edwards, Ford, 206, $33,225.
6. (2) Denny Hamlin, Chevrolet, 206,
$50,858. .
7. (5) Jamie McMurray, Dodge, 206,.
$29,250..
8. (19)' J.J. Yeley, Chevrolet, .206,
$37,033.
9. (8) Clint Bowyer, Chevrolet, 206,
$42,468.
10. (27) Reed Sorenson, Dodge, 206,
$42 708
11 371 Jason Leffler, Chevrolet, 206,
$32,108.
12. (26) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 206.
-$25,575.
13. (34) Ashton Lewis Jr., Ford, 206,
$33,308.
14. (11)Jon Wood, Ford, 206, $30,248.
15. (20) Johnny Sauter, Chevrolet, 206,
$36,263.
16. (9) Jason Keller, Dodge, 206,
$35,303.
17. (21) Ken Schrader, Ford, 205,
$23,685.
18. (7) Stephen Leicht, Ford, 205,
$25,550.
19. (13) Kyle Busch, Chevrolet, .204,
$23,440.
20. (15) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 204,
$29,513.
21. (18) Todd Kluever, Ford, 204,
$24,670.
22. (16) Regan Smith, Ford, 204,
$28,038.
23. (14) Kevin Lepage, Chevrolet, 204,
$25,300.
24. (23) Michael Waltrip, Dodge, 204,
$22.640 .....
25 1171 Danny. OOunn Jr Ford 204
$22'605 ..,
26 125/ Burney Lamar, Chevrolet, 203,
$30,095. -
27. (31) Mark McFarland, Chevrolet,
203, $22,460.
28. (42) Kevin Conway, Dodge, 203,
$24,320.
29. (12) David Green, Ford, 203,
$32,443.
30. (28) Steve Park, Chevrolet, 203,
$22.530
31. 140) Mark Green, Dodge, 203,
$23.970
32. (39) Kenny Wallace, Ford, 203,
$26,613.
33. (36) Stacy Compton, Ford, 202,
$26,503. .
34. (30) Jay Sauter, Chevrolet, 202
$21,645.
35. (33) Spencer Clark, Ford, 201,
$21,540.
36 (32) Paul Tracy, Chevrolet, 200,
$,23, 500 .
237. (24) A.J. Foyt IV, Dodge, '200,
$28,965.
38. (38) Tracy Hines, Dodge, 199,
$23,430.
-39 (43) David Gilliland, Chevrolet, 192
engine failure, $21 395 .-
40 141 iAaron Fike, Dodge, 173, engine
failure, $26,113.; .
141 '(22) Tim Sauter, Chevrolet, 158, acci-
dent, $23,300.
42. (29) John Andretti, Ford, 154, acci-
dent, $23,255.
43 i351 Jcel Kauffman, Dodge, 70, dnrve
shat $23211..
; Race Statistics
Time of Race: 2 hours, 28 -rr utes. 8
seconds.
Margin of Victory: 0.316 seconds. -
Winner's Average Speed: 125.158
mph.
Caution Flags: Five for 29 laps.
Lead Changes: 11 among seven driv-
ers:
Lap, Leaders: .M.Kenseth 1-59;
J.McMurray 60; C.Edwards 61; A.Lewis Jr.
62-71; K.Kahne 72-93; D.Hamlin 94;
K.Harvick 95-119; K.Kahne 120; K.Harvick
121-151; M.Kenseth 152; K.Harvick 153-
177; K.Kahne 178-206.
Leaders Summary (Driver, Times
Lead, Laps Led): Kevin Harvick, 3 times
for 81 laps; Matt Kenseth, 2 times for 60
laps; Kasey Kahne, 3 times for 52 laps;
Ashton Lewis Jr, 1 time for 10 laps; Jamie
McMurray, 1 time for 1 lap; Carl Edwards,
1 time for 1 lap; Denny Hamlin, 1 time for 1
lap.
Point Standings: 1. K.Harvick, 642. 2.
D.Hamlin, 600. 3. J.Yeley, 595. 4.
J.McMurray, 560. 5. C.Bowyer, 538. 6.
C.Edviards, 518. 7. J.Leffler, 489. 8.
J.Wood, 472. 9. J.Keller, 465. 10. B.Lamar,


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suffered an accidental head-
butt that opened up a qit
underhisleft eye. Later,

spilled headfirst into the wall


heartbreaking 5-4 decision
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Wainwright would be the even-
tual state champion.
"His drive is the thing that
sets him apart," said Citrus
assistant Mike Porselli. "In
thatsemifinal thmatch, he could
hhave quit and no one would




have blamed him. But he kept
going in What w thought was the
toughest weight class in that
s ets him apart,"saidCitrus
assMusto went to the hospital
that semifight to get ch ecked for a
hapossieble concussion but he kept



goi iatch was still on his mind.
"I couldn't really sleep that

night," he said. "He was a pret-
ty tough kid but to lose by a
-point was hard."
Considering where Musto is
heading after high school, his
toughness shouldn't be surpris-
ing.
Musto, who stands about '5
feet 8 inches tall with a very
muscular frame, is in the
delayed entry program for the
United States Marines. He
hopes Dustin Whitelaw, his
friend and training partners
when the two were teammates
at Lecanto, will join him in
:becoming a military police-
man.
"I want to travel and see
some different places," Musto
said. "But, at some pointA I
want to be a coach." /
,Musto,, moved to, Florida
before his sophomore year
from New York, where he had
wrestled since he was six years
old. His father was a wrestling
'coach, planting the bug early
for Mike's mat triumphs.
In his first year at Lecanto,
competing at 140 pounds, he
qualified for the state tourna-
ment and lost his first two
matches.
His junior year for the
Panthers would bring more
success as he won the regional
title at 160 pounds and finished
one spot out of a medal-clinch-
ing top-6 finish with a one-
point loss.
Hermann and Porcelli knew
about Musto's reputation as a
grappler and were pleased
with the demeanor he brought
to the team.
"Chemistry is so important,"
Porcelli said. "He.was light on
his feet on the mat and he's
light in the room. He helped
keep things loose and he was a
pleasure to be around."
Hermann reiterated those
feelings.
"He has a very cheerful
nature and a lot of people
know him," Hermann said.
"You go to any of the tourna-
ments, he knows everyone."
Only one thing got away from
Musto a state championship.
And while he'll readily admit
that was disappointing, he rel-
ished his time at Citrus.
"I just had a lot of fun,"
Musto said. "A lot of people
looked up to me and helping
the younger kids was cool."
As Musto's time to graduate
draws near, his impact will be
felt long after he's gone.


aid. "But we all know that he'll










our ampu n whatever he
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does." "


Wrestling Team
103 Craig arker, fr., Citrus

Earned a 27-13 record and was
Citrus County Champion. Advanced
to ,the regional tournament after
placing 2nd at the district touma-
ment. 1-
112 Brandon Jones, so.,
Crystal sful whRive en he leaves
our c Statequalifierwho finished with
26-10 record. Jones was 1st atdis-

trcts, 3rd at regionals and Citrus,

119--John Koney, jr., Crystal
River ,iq ,. 9 i"
Citrus County champion. Advanced
qualified for the regional tournament
after taking 2nd at the district tour-
ment. ,






125 Coreandon Jonesal, jr. Crystal
Riverystal River.

Took 4th place in t las A
Wrestling Finals and had with a 32-5
record. Won the district and finished

2nd at the Regional tournament in
Sebring. Also claimed a first at the
Brian Brijbag nvitatregional and won
the Citrus DualsCrystal
130 Josh Rutherford, so.,
Citruscunty char h

District champion boasted a 27-
13 record and finished one maentch
afshort of advancing to the state tour-
nament.
135 Darrell Prior, sr., Citrus
CWresting Finaltrus County Champion had a
14-7 record and also took 2nd place
in the district tou ornament.
140 Tim Musto, fr., Citrus
Winner at the Citrus Duals,.the
Hurricane had a 19-9 record. Also
was the county champion at his
weight class and finished 2nd at the
namDistct tournament.





145 Joe Bertine, sr., Crystal

River
State qualifier who had a 26-7
record. Bertine took first at the
Citrus Duals and county champi-on had a
onship while finishing 2nd at district

and 3rd at regional.
152 Mike Musto, sr., Citrus
EaWned the pin that gave Citrus
its first regional title 19in-9 recent memo-

ry. Finished 4th at state with a 36-5
record. County, district and regional
champion also won the Citrus Duals
and the Villages Touy chament.
Eaighted a 2nd place finish at the
Kiwstranis tournament and the Brian

Brijbag Invitational.
160 Dustin Whitelaw, sr.y
Record. Bertine took first at theto








onStahip qualifier took 2nd at district
and 3rd at regional and was the

only Panther to win a Citrus County
171 Josh Walter, sr., Citrus
Went 27-9 while qupin thalifying for
state and winning the district and regional
champion also ty Chawon tpionship.trus Duals
Placed third at the regional tou.a-
ment.
189 Tommy Newman, sr.,

Citrus county champ had a 28-9
record. Regional qualifier took 3rd in


Regional qualifier had an 18-10
cord for the Hurricanes. Citrus

Place finish at the district tourna-
ment.
Heavyweight-mmDallasEvans,
so., Citrus
Took 2nd in the district tourna-
ment and finished with a 12-10
record.


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- Cobia
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BRIAN LaPETERI' nc.r.,c
Ed and Diane Mason are expanding Homosassa Marine on five acres north of the current location on U.S. 19. They have owned the business for 20 years.

Homosassa Marine gets ready to relocate down U.S. 19 to expanded showroom


mwright@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
There's something most people
should know about the parking
lot at Homosassa Marine. on
U.S. 19.
It isn't there.
Sure, .the asphalt is down and
stripes mark parking spaces, but as
far as much parking? Forget it.
It's .just too crowded with boats
and trailers. They're everywhere. In
the parking lot, on a vacant lot next
door, around the side of the build-
ing. You can't swing an anchor with-
out hitting a boat..
Owners Diane and Ed Mason hope
that will change when they move
from the spot they've had for 20
years just down the road to an
expanded showroom with plenty of
parking.
"Parking is our biggest problem,"
Mason said in an understatement.
Boats are big business these days


as Citrus County grows and attention
is turned to the waterways on both
sides of the county.
According to the Citrus County
Tax Collector's Office, about 16,000
noncommercial boats were regis-
tered in the county last year; this
year's figures weren't available.
Apopka Marine in Inverness is
nearing the one-year anniversary of
its massive expansion, tripling in
size to 16,500 square feet and moving
from U.S. 41 to State Road 44 near
Croft Avenue.
Joe Bega, who has owned Apopka
Marine since 1982, said business is
good and should continue that way
even if gasoline prices continue to
rise.
"In the whole scheme of things, at
the end of the year you really haven't
burned that much gas in your boat,
in most cases," he said. "The cost of
that weighed against the enjoyment
of having the boat makes the gas
price issue disappear."
Bega has another reason to be


happy. This year. Boating Industry
Magazine ranked Apopka Marine
32nd of 7.000 marine businesses in
the United States.
"That was fantastic," he said.
"That was a career peak achieve-
ment for me."
Big plans
Homosassa Marine's plans are
just as expansive.
The Masons declined to say how-
much they've, invested in the new
showroom, which should be com-
pleted in April.
They've got about a million dol-
lars in inventory crammed into
showroom and parking_ lot at their
current location.
They've been there for 20 years. It
once was a small strip mall. It will
revert back to a strip mall when
they move.
The expansion is huge. Right now
the. ye got 10,000 square feet on one
acre.
The new place will still have


10,000 square feet, plus another
6,750 square feet covered by an
.awning, on five acres. They'll have
plenty of room in the back to park
boats and trailers.
"Our biggest problem is outside
space," Mason said. "We've got all
these boats and no place to put
them."
Homosassa Marine employees
nine people, not including the own-
ers. They'll add three or four for
sales and service when the new
place opens, they said.
The Masons attribute the growth
in business to the community's pop-
ulation growth.
That, and the substantial water-
ways on both sides of the county.
"That's why people are moving to
this area," Mrs. Mason said.
They own a 27-foot Cobia but
'admittedly have an advantage as
owners of a boat showroom.
"If we want to take a boat home,"
Mason said, "we just take one home
and use it."


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Inverness hearing
center earns honor
Beltone Hearing Care Center,
3812 E. Gulf-to-Lake Highway,
Inverness, 34453, was tapped for
the Health Education & Research
Center Inc.'s 2006 Standards for
Excellence.
An independent, nonprofit hear-
ing industry-monitoring organiza-
tion, HEAR researches dispensers
and hearing specialists to deter-
mine their overall professional
capacity to achieve success with
persons affected by a loss of hear-
ing.
Areas investigated to establish
professional standards are: effec-
tive counseling, use of advanced
fitting and adjustment technologies,
after-fitting care availability for pro-
gressive fitting adjustments, com-
plaints, fitting success records and
patient feedback. HEAR evaluates
dispensers using standards
beyond the scope of state licensing
boards and federal regulatory
agencies.
Gregg Weiss, owner of Beltone
Hearing Care Center in Inverness,
and his staff are celebrating their
32nd year in hearing care and are


in the top 95th percentile in patient
satisfaction in the U.S.
Weiss is a 30-year member of
West Pasco Chamber of
Commerce and past president ahd
member of the Hudson Rotary. He
is a member of both 'the National
Hearing Society and Florida
Society of Hearing Health care
Providers.
He is also national board-certi-
fied in hearing instrument science.
The Inverness center is a family-
owned hearing care practice, offer-
ing services of: lifetime follow-up
and adjustment of hearing instru-
ments; financing; aural rehabilita-
tion counseling on expectations
and limitations; personal fitting
strategy for every patient; and
Beltone, Otosonic and other major
brands by special request.
CHAMPS announces
new division
CHAMPS Software Inc., devel-
oper of enterprise asset manage-
ment (EAM) / Computerized
Maintenance Management
Systems (CMMS), announced the
reorganization of its business into
Please see DIGEST/Page 8D


Nature Coast Motorsports

gets busy getting bigger


MIKE WRIGHT
mwright
@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Sometimes Lars Langlo
wishes his Nature Coast
Motorsports business was on
U.S. 19.
That's where the motorcy-
cles zip by That's where traffic
from the Suncoast Parkway
heads.
That's where
Not that he's
complaining.
Nature Coast
Motorsports,
right next to
Manatee Lanes
Lars on State Road
Langlo 44 in Crystal
owner of River, is under-
Nature Coast going a $750,000
Motor Sports. expansion proj-
ect that Langlo
hopes will increase his pres-
ence and his business.


BRIAN LaPETER/Chronicle
Nature Coast Motor Sports in Crystal River is expanding into a new
building being constructed next to the business.


Not bad for a guy who started
the business in 1999 and has
seen it explode to the point
where he needs to expand his
service department.


Many people who see the
name Polaris associated with
Nature Coast assume the top
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.I 1.9 18 l:1ii.)00(046 Donw Jurn eIndu"i.rnlt 11 076. 14 .1475 50 *3 35' 3 ttSO
4.i3 3. 334836 Doow JonesTiarspcnalior. 45604 -32. -i 0 *8 .0 *l6 28
43874 34646 Do:w Jc.nre. Uiaa; 399493 -11t q6 -2' -18 12Ci.J
8.165 05 690251 N SECorrnpoiea, C81,24 4-10 67 41 d 120 *1022'
190740 141575 AMEXInoaeo, 1.87426 -2320 -1 '2 .655 .2635
233292 188983 Na..da CCompo.ile. 2.26204 -1056 -i 76 .257 *1i:801
129757 1,1361 SSSP ..00 1.2815 -565 -44 ,267 .679
-45 18 57003 Rucusell2000 :26 31 -12 10 -1 64 +7869 +158
1309941 11.i19522 Wlrhire 5000 1290702 -97 4" 75 .3 ii 9 18


52-8k "lu a -ivKD


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


A-B-C
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8.50 7.89 ACM [nc .66 q ... 8.40
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49.65 35.50 AFLAC .521 16 15 45.90
39.32 32.23 AGLRes 1.48 14 13 3529
17.13 6.23 AKSteel ... dd 14 13.41
26.65 8.40 AMR ... dd 13 25.85
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28.82 21.75 AT&T Inc 1.33f 24 13 27.23
25.94 24.98 AT&TT2041115 ...... 25.10
35.90 24.04 AXA .79e ... ... 34.64
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13.41 12.46 AdamsEx .86e q ... 13.01
26.43 20.68 Adesa .30 18 16 25.50
42.70 14.08 AMD ... 92 24 36.63
9.30 6.72 Ahold ...... 8.36
18.31 7.85 AirTran ... cc 19 16.89
32.20 22.28 Alcoa .60 21 14 29.23
51.70 40.12 Allete 1.451 94 17 4525
13.24 11.31 AllWrld2 .89 q ... 12.55
33.88 9.39 Alpharma .18 dd 19 27.50
78.68 62.70 Altria 3.20 15 14 73.86
56.77 47.51 Ameren 2.54 17 15 50.42
36.88 16.05 AMovilLs .66i ... 18 3326
40.80 32.41 AEP 1.48 17 13 35.31
55.00 43.34 AmExp .48b 18 18 54.23
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12.08 9.95 AmSIP3 .78 q ... 10.80
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28.29 23.85 AmSouth 1.04 13 13 27.40
48.49 40.15 Anheusr 1.08, 18 18 42.95
78.15 51.52 Apache .40 8 7 64.15
29.79 17.64 AquaAms .43 39 30 27.57
424 2.90 Aquila -... dd .. 4.02
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32.60 17.55 ArchDan .40f 21 16 32.222
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87.89 65.80 BauschLIf .52 25 15 66.25
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i. :". :6 C ,i'i. : il i:i ... 98666
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-1 "1. +15,1
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Name Div PE PPE Last


49.50 Chevron 1.80 8 7
24.59 Chicos ... 36 29
3.21 CinciBell dd 15
38.19 CINergy 1.92 18 15
42.91 Citigrp 1.96f 10 11
20.94 ClairesStts.40a 20 18
18.52 CocaCE .24f 19 15
39.36 CocaCI 1.241 21 18
2.70. Coeur cc 29
8.01 Collntln .62a q
26.87 CrncBNJ .48f 22 18
25.02 CVRD 1.13e 10
19.99 ConAgra 1.09 14 15
47.55 ConocPhils1.44f 6 6
41.10 ConEd 2.301 15 15
21.15 ConstellA ... 21 15
12.57 Cnvrgys .. 20 16
10.77 Coming .. 66 23
7.29 CorusGr .09e ..., ...
D-E-F
10.18 DNPSelct .78 q ...
23.87 DPL 1.00f 20 19
41.06 DTE 2.06 27 11
38.77 DaimlrC 1.93e ... 13
25.78 Darden .40 21 18
56.99 Deere 1.56 13 11
40.60 DevonE .45f 9 7
13.17 DirecTV ... dd 24
22.89 Disney .271 22 18
16.47 DollarG .18 17 14
67.75 DomRes 2.7681 24 13
40.18 DowChm 1.50f 8 9
37.60 DuPont 1.48 20 15
25.06 DukeEgy 1.24 15 15
29.28 DukeRity1.88a 16 30
33.80 DuqpfA 2.10 ......
16.08 DuqUght 1.00 11 15
3.21 Dynegy .. 22 ...
11.10 EMCCp ... 31 21
42.40 EOGRes .241 13 12.
44.10 EastChm 1.76 7 10
20.77 EKodak .50 dd 20
9.30 EIPasoCp .16 dd 12
3.00' Elan ... ... ...
18.59 EDS .20 92 27
19.25 EmpDist 1.28 24 19
42.00 EnbrEPtrs3.70 41 21
31.31 EnCanas .30 ... 11
21.62 Endesa .91e, ... ...
22.34 EnPro .. 12 13
29.25 ENSCO -'10 24 9
66.98 Entergy 2.16 17 15
10.70 Eqtyinn .76 cc' 46
43.69 Exelon. 1.60 41 16
52.78 ExxonMbl1.281910 10
38.70 FPLGps1.50f 17 13
13.80 FedSignl .24 dd 22
20.13 Ferreligs 2.00 17 25
16.27 Ferroff .58... 15
36.50 FirstData .24 23 19
13:80 FstFinFd4.12e q
16.67 FITrFid 1.60 q
36.00 RaRocks .60 22 -8
7.39 FordM .40 8 .
73.50 'FodtuneBrl.44 19 15
31.52 FMCG 125f 11 15


10.96
27.25
42.22
56.25
40.83
74.97
56.84
15.58
28.16
17.43
71.41
42.79
40.90
28.11
36.76
35.00
16.81
5.01
14.16
65.48
51.06
28.99
12.02
14.56
26.70
21.97
43.50
42.86
33.02
32.76
45.37
70.93
16.52
55.48
59.18
39.22
17.73
21.73
19.36
46.91
1611
18

79.55
50.11


YTD
chg %chg


-2.89 -4.7
-2.46 -12.4
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-.24 +3.1
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-3.97 -9.1
-.18 +10.3
-.06 +17.5
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-2.44 -7.5
-.88 -2.4
-.10 -3.8
-.23 +2.4
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-.19 +3.5
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-4.87 -10.8
+.41 -1.0
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-.95 -1.2
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-.82 +11.1
-.05 +8.1
-.51 -0.9
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-.03 +27.0
-1.02 +21.6
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-2.35 +14.0
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G-H-I
j41i 3 ':I GATX '.841 dd '14 9871-
.5 "i63 GabelliETl76a .'-... 35
G:. 1: Gap .18 15 ,14 I :,
171-4 3-i GenElec'1.00 22-'16 '.16
) 16 ) 5, GnMotr 1iX00m dd'-60 1.2I
35.37 26.45 Genworth .30 13 112 31ii.
24.17. 9.40 GoldFLtd .13e cc .. 19.00
29.00 12.04 Goldcipg .18 32 26 26.39
45.82 33.60 Goodrich '.80 19 17 41.26
19.31 11.24 Goodyear ... 11 9 13.18
32.78 27.09 GtPlalnEnl.66 13 15 28.15
33.09 26.62 GMP 1.121 13 ... 27.64
26.78 18.35 Griffon ... 17 12 24.37
20.55 13.07 GuangRy.71e ..... 19.46
82.39 39.65 Hallibtn. .60f 15 16 67.00.
15.92 13.25 HanJS 1.03e q ... 14.35


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


9.79 7.97 HanPIDiv .55 q ... 8.50
12.38 9.88 HanPtDv2 .68 q 11.70
50.22 32.51 Hanoverlns ... 21 12 49.67
62.67 43.97 Hanson 1.77e ... ... 61.25
61.98 44.40 HarleyD .72 15 13 50.77
79.69 57.29 HarrahE 1.45 39 19 73.20
22.35 17.75 Hasbro .48f 20 18 20.85
28.50 24.60 HawaliEl 1.24 17 15 26.80
39.20 31.15 HItCrREIT2.561 38 29 36.68.
41.36 31.01 HlthcrRlty2.64 34 32 38.03
6.22 2.95 HedM .. dd 27 5.10
11.75 8.57 HellnTel ... ... ... 10.72
34.52 19.57 HewlettP .32 36 16 32.99
33.29 25.70 HlghwdPIfl.70' cc ...33.45
43.98 34.56 HomeDp .601 15 13 41.25
42.93 32.68 Honwllntl .911 22 16 42.14
45,83 38.00 HospPT 2.92 26 23 46.34
46.40 25.29 HughSup .36 20 18 46.30


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43.20 21.00 iShBrazil .50e q ... 39.50 -3.46 +18.4
14.30 9.86 iShJapan .06e q ... 13.68 +.15 +1.2
44.26 35.16 iStar 2.93 14 11 38.69 +.47 +8.5
33.28 26.22 IdacoDp 1.20 21 16 31.68 -.01 +8:1
50.93 31.90 Imation .48 17 20 43.37 -1.23 -5.9
43.96 35.13 IngerRds .64 13 12 41.63 +.18 +3.1
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37.18 24,20 ntlGame .50 29 25 35.05 -.38 +13.9
45.09 27.26 IronMtn ... 50 40 41.90 +.11 -0.8
J-K-L
42.09 32.92 JPMorgCh1.36 17 12 41.13' -.46 +3.6
,'40u1 i *i6 JiNJ 1.32 17 16 59.04,. +1.57 -.1.8
',1 :'. j.:.r,...'.Cli 16 13 73.62 +3.10 .+1.0.
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.s, l "l 'ii...:.j '.64 dd 16 27.8,0 :,41:21",.16.4
:. si:. 1 Keycorp 1:.38f 113 1336.70. +.40 +11.4
jn .: .'i6 KeySpan 1.86f 18 17 40.90 +.10 +14.6'
56.22 43.54 KindME 3.20f 21 20 46.73 -.58 -2.3
9.40 3.91 KrspKrmmlt... ...... 7.95 +1.38 +38.5
20.88 15.15 Kroger .26 16 14 20.50 +.54 +8.6
829 1.90 LLERy ... 6 2.25 -.31 -17.92
10.75 5.01 LSI Log ddl 17 10.31 +:55 +28.9
23.92 16.50 LTCPrp 1.44 15 9 22.59 +.43 +7.4
17.21 10.13 LaZBoy .44 29 17 15.76 +.21 +16.2
34.65 26.90 Laclede 1.40f 14 15 32.90 +.08 +12.6
6.35 5.37 LbtyASG .59e q ... 5.57 -.08 ." J


52-Wk
HI Low Name Div PEPPE Last


9.10 7.59 LibyMA ... dd 75 8.21
60.98 49.47 ULllyEll 1.60f 32 18 57.25
57.97 41.59 LincNat 1.52 12 11 54.60
26.10 17.50 Lindsay .24 53 37 23.14
74.97 58.28 LockhdM 1.20 18 15 74.33
69.70 50.72 LowesCos .24 19 16 65.40
3.77 2.35 Lucent ... 15 17 -2.83
35.65 18.86 Lyondell .90 10 6 19.45
M-N-0
115.0097.50 M&TBk 1.80 17 15, 112.31
37.13 26.35 MDURes .76 15 14 33.29
8.94 8.31 MCR .50 q 8.36
11.72 7.77 Madeco .03e .. 7.67
79.47 60.00 Magnalg 1.52 12 10. 73.50
6.51 5.74 MgdHi .49 q ... 5.98.
65.41 44.84 Manulif 1.40f .. 15 64.04
34.74 16.28 MStewrt ... dd ... 16.60


16.50 11.15 MaterialSci ... 28
10.22 3.10 Maxtor ... dd
19.97 9.21 Maytag .36 dd
36.75 27.36 McDnlds .671 17
59.87 50.13 Medtmic .39 33
36.65 25.50 Merck 1.52 16
78.43 52.00 Merndllynl.00f 15
52.57 3729 MetifUe .52f 8
17.15 9.32 MicmnT .... cc,
5625 35.62 I.q.AA.,I 2.38 86
24.74 17.65 '.c.c. i
3.09 1.08 Milacron .i'
73.32 42.40 Millipore ... 45
66.44 36.38 UM.II':. 2i 5.'
26.51 16.30 UiErrMiMbia l: ,).
24.99. 14.48 M.:,i.:.rola i1 1-
11.85 10.51 1.1ui.-r.Fd E l q-
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40.84 29.09 lrRCp[, 14
88.00 66.98 NYSEGpn,... ..
82.70 50.75 Nabors .. 19
36.00 26.20 NaltFuGas1.16 14
54.06 44.18 NatGdd 2.27e ..
30.10 18.36 NatSemi .12 28
229 1.91 NewAm .21a* q
49.34 40.68 NJRscs 1.44 15
62.72 34.90 NewmtM .40 68
9.65 5.46 NwpkRs ... 29
18.24 13.94 NewsCpA.17e ...


YTD
chg %chg


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-1.04 +3.0
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14 12.47
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... 17.31
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22 53.92
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52-WK N P
HI Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg %chg


25.50 19.51 NiSource .92 14 13 20.30
43.12 35.76 Nicer 1.86 13 17 41.34
91.54 75.10 NikeB 1.24 17 15 84.99
84.96 48.81 NobleCorp .16 35 12 74.92
19.99 14.52 NoldkiaCp .45e ... ..20.08
3.60 2.26 NortelNet ... cc 17 3.02
30.27 23.05 NoFrkBc 1.001 13 13 25.40
21.95 17.30 NoestUt .70 dd 16 19.43
52.48 40.60 NoBordr 3.20 16 15 47.20
66.49 51.64 NorthropGI.04 17 15 66.95
31.46 24.90 NSTARs1.21f 16 14 28.47
16.35 13.73 NvFL .75 q .. 14.25
15.82 13.89 NvIMO .81 q 14.95
30.60 24.41 OGEEngyI.33 12 15 28.00
97.99 64.05 OcciPet 1.44 7 8 90.12
25.15 16.65 Olin :80 11 11 20.82
57.84 35.50 Oshkshs .40f 25 19 57.62
48.28 34.45 OutbkStk .52 22 22 42.56
P-Q-R
30.45 22.49 PNM Res .88f 23 13 23,47
74.73 55.64 PPG 1.88 18 12 61.32
33.68 25.94 PPLCps1.10f 17 14 30.78
25.74 13.00 PaylShoe ... 22 17.21.40
52.54 19.68 PeabdyEs.24f 29 18 46.21
25.75.18.10 Pengrth g 3.00 ... ... -22.70
62.05 43.32 PenVaRs2.80f ... 19 57.29
60.96 43.80 Penney .72f 15 14 61.93
18.80 11.75 PepBoy .27 dd 80 15.14
60.34 51.75 PepsiCo 1.04 25 20 60.34
26.35 21.31 PepsAmer.50f 17 16 24.20
17.23 10.75 Prmian 1.41e 12 ... 14.87
2921 20.20 Pfizer .961, 24 13 26.08
167.127820 PhelpD 1.50a 9 9 137.32
25.80 21.26 PiedNG .961 18 18 23.73
13.00 10.32 PimcoStrat.89 q ... 11.53
46.67 40.34 PitnyBw 1.281 19 15 42.22
39.63 33.40 PlumCrk 1.601 19 21 36.54
45.03 30.13 PoslPrp 1.80 16 79. 44.88
55.94 43.48 Praxalr 1.00f 25 19 55.06
62.09 51.86 ProctGarnl.12 23 21 62.25
46.00 40.19 ProgrssEn2.42f 18 14 43.70
3.93 2.68 ProsStHin .26 q .. 3.11
12.42 9.14 ProvETg 1.44 .. 8 10.77
72.45 51.48 PSEG 2.28f.25, 17 67.47
83.25 75.25 PSEG pfA4.08 ...... 80.00
24.35 20.21 PugetEngyl.00 14 14 21.08
7.19 6.48 PHYM .38a q ... 6.94
9.87 9.11 PIGM .49a q ... 9.62
6.67 5.96 PPrlT .36 q 6.12
68.35 46.30 Quanex .62 10 11 61.94
89.60 54.49 Questar .90 18 14 6822
7.02 3.30 QwestCm ... dd 81 6.48
19.25 16.51 RPM .64 20 12 17.79
29.08 18.86 RadioShk .25 8 12 i18.81
47.91 34.30 Ralcorp ... '18 16 38.60
47.17 25.88 RJamesFn .48 23 16 43.26
44.07 31.70 Rayonier s1.88 18 ,25 43.29
25.69 21.08 Rltylnco 1.40 21 20 23.86
35.54 29.16 RegionsFnl.40f 16 13 34.90
33.98 24.15 Repsol .65e ...... 27.66
14.34 7.12 RetailVent .. dd 37 13.00
4.29 2.33 Revion ... dd ... 3.00
4.85 3.23 RiteAid ... 11 50 3.98
68.45 57.79 RoyDShA n2.23...... 61.43
21.52 17.41 Royce 1.62e q ... 20.64
S-T-U
43.65 36.56 SCANA 1.68f 14 14 40.07
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-.02 +42.5
-3.18 '+0.4
-1.42 :
-.15 I..;
-.89 +27.1
-1.11 -2.5
+.16 +17.3
-.54 -32.0.
-1.74 +8.5
-3.42 +1.0
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-.12 +7.0
-.28 +50.6
-.57 +37.1
-1.00 -c'
-5.63 .i4
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-.89 +0.4
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-.47 +20.9
+.01 +0.5
-.68 +22.9
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+.06 +0.7
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+.34 +49.1
-.66 -18.0
-1.45 +3.3
-.20 -15.5
-.38 +32.1
-1.77 +29.6
+2.57 +18.2
-.43 -47.1
-.11 +23.0
+.68 +0.3
-.04 +27.1
+.24 +10.5
-.49 +4.1
-3,33 +15.2
+.11 +5.7
-1.06 +4.4
-.20 +0.1


33.19 15.59 PortlPlay 12 12 23.73
15.76 6.84 Powrwav ... 35 18 14.68
13.74 7.05 Prestek .. 65 20 11.13
30.83 15.76 ProgPh .. dd ... 27.38
34.78 18.00 PsycSols .. 52 26 30.73
13.50 5.93 QLT ...... 13 727
21.50 14.10 Qlogics .. 11 23 19.71
49.94 32.08 Qualcom .36 36 29 48.00
7.79 3.77 RFMIcD ... dd 21 7.26
17.23 9.75 RSASec ... 29 26' 17.40
15.05 7.64 ROneD ......19 7.70
2.73 1.90 Raindance 38 13 2.68
36.15 10.22 .Rambus ... 98 ... 31.36
9.08 4.65 RealNwk ... 5 10 7.88
31.05 10.37 RdHat 80 64 27.33
22.24 4.82 Redback .. dd 59 17.75
14.07 11.30 RepBcp .44 13 12 11.99
84.55 51.00 RschMon ... 44 24 80.60
S-T-U
45.73 12.38 SFBCIntl ...14 14 13 22.59
79.80 23.41 SanDisk .. 27 21 53.06
6.30 3.45 Sanmina .. dd 9 3.76
16.95 9.65 Schwab .10 30 21 16.34
163.50104.70 SearsHldgs .. 27 15 118.23
59.28 41.90 Selctin .88 12 12 54.25
21.06 -13.89 Semtech .. 33 21 18.60
63.75 48.11 Sepracor ... dd 28 55.40
17.30 8.75 Shrplm ... dd .. 12.01
42.50 10.51 SiRFTch ... 65 38 35.49
52.77 24.62 SilcnLab ... 56 33 48.20
6.13 2.52 SST ... 15 4.28
7.95 3.80 Slcnware .12r 8 621
7.98 4.36 SidsS .., dd ... 4.78
8.50 4.64 SkywksSol ... 55 19 5.50
17.11 9.06 SmufStne .. dd 50 12.90
5.99 3.16 Sonus .. cc 36 5.27
16.69 12.02 SouMoBc .36 cc ... 13.32
25.39 18.64 Stapless .22f 22 19, 24.37
36.87 22.29 Starbuckss ... 54 45 35.39
49.86 25.04 StlDyna .40a 11 10 48.69
5.00 3.42 SunMicro ... dd ... 4.58
27.30 20.50 SusqBno .96 14 14 24.05
5.25 3.18 Sycamore ...... 31 4.77
24.38 15.66 Symantec ... 36 14 16.04
12.00 6.56 Symetric .. 31 17 8.25.
11.59 7.58 Synovis ...... 9.71
23.02 7.63 TD Amerit8.00e 26 19 20.93
10.06 5.28 TLCVision ... 12 18 6.84
29.60 13.64 TakeTwos .. dd 24 16.16
14.89 5.31 TASER cc 56 89.36
42.65 33.04 TechDa ... 79 17 35.71
1.68 .50 Tegal .. dd ... .51
15.32 6.56 Tellabs .. 36 21 13.76
45.91 29.38 TevaPhrm.27e 26 .. 40.78
5.27 2.96 3Com e ... dd .. 4.67
9.02 5.60 TibcoSft ... 31 27 8.43
7.75 3.75 TiVo Inc .. dd ... 6.00
17.81 5.87 TrdeStsatn .. 30 22 14.22
29.69 7.90 TridMics ... dd 31 2.72
44.55 28.64 TdmbleN ... 28 23 41.13
13.66 10.73 TrstNY .64 15 15 12.17
30.80 24.00 Trustmk .84 17 14 30.50
13.90 5.19 UTStrcm ... dd .. 6.06
8.07 3.33 US Enr ... dd ... 5.63
63.83 37.10 UnivFor .111 18 15 62.57
33.77 21.32 UrbanOuts .. 33 24 25.15
V-W-X-Y-Z
4.27 1.28 VASftwr .. 32 .. 3.53
20.98 9.01 ValueClick .. 32 25 15.70
6.08 1.75 Vasogeng ... ... ... 3.03
29.49 16.39 Veniv ... 16 19 29.10
33.36 19.01 Verisign ... 15 22 23.14
44.71 8.61 VertxPh .. dd ... 37.20
24.36 1.67 ViroPhrm ... 9 17 18.87
3.65 1.50 Vitesse ... dd .. 3.18
79.90 48.00 WholeFds.60a 59 41 63.49
17.68 11.04 WndRvr ... 4 27 12.01
76.45 42.06 Wynn ... dd' 61 68.24
37.31 20.40 XMSat ... dd ... 20.85
32.30 21.25 Xlinx .28 29 20 25.33
64.47 38.81 YRCWwde ... 9 7 45.88
43.66 30.25 Yahoo ... 24 52 30.58
3.81 1.80 ZhoneTch ... dd 22 2.45


+.38 -16.2
-.42 +16.8
-.83 +23.t
-1.865 +9.5
-2.52 +4.6-
.26 +14.3
-1.08 +21.3
+.37 .+11.4,
-.30 +34.2
+.98 +55.5
-.52 -25.6
+.03 +31.4
-.85 +93.7
+.13 +1:5
-1.68 +0.3
-4.8O +262
S+.03 +0.8
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+3.88 +41.1
-6.22 -15.5
-.12 -11.7
-.36 +11.4
-2.26 +2.3
-.30 +2.2
-.82 +1.9
-1.54 +7.4
+2.18 +23.3
-3.06 +19.1
-1,76 +31.5
45 -15.6

23 -28.7
-.10 .1
.09 -9.0
+.17 +41.7
+.07 -9.4
-.52 +7.3
-.19 +17.9
+.09 +37.1
+.15 +9.3
-.18 +1.6
-.04 +10.4
-.90 -8.3
-.75 -2.6
aunc -3.2
-1.95 +13.2
+.73 +6.0
+.77 -8.7
-.45 +34.5
-6.18 -9.8
-.01 -10.2
-1.25 +26.2
-.96 -5.2
-.13 +29.7
-.33 +12.9
+.29 +17.2.
-2.28 +14.9
-1.96 +48.4
-1.84 +15.9
-.16' -2.0
+.25 +11.0
-.40 -24.8
-.12 +28.5
+.86 +13.2
-1.95 -0.6-


52-Wk YTD
HI Ltw Name Div PE PPE Last chg %chp
u.n 1. nanrc-n- q .1. -.5 -a c


6.71 5.6u AbaoAsac .4z q
9.25 2.15 Abraxas .:. 13
26.94 15.00 AdmRsc .37f 9
7.68 1.75 AmOrBion ......
25.85 '11.51 ApexSil ... dd
2.43 .82 Aurizong ......
4.68 1.70 BemaGold .. dd
212.25131.03 BiotechT .04e q
8.50 1.40 BirchMgn .. ...
3.28 1.51 Cambiorg ...
19.13 15.00 CarverBcp .32 14
8.09 5.10 CFCdag 2.01 q
43.29 24.90 Cheieres ... dd
12.50 8.65 ComSys .321 23
4.00 1.96 CodrtexPh ... dd
4.25 1.01 Crystallxg :...
24.80 22.24 DBCmdtyn ... q
111.6299.89 DJIADiam2.23e q
5.60. 1.03 DesertSng ......
5.49 2.31 DIgitAngel ... dd
17.11 14.56 EVInMu2 .81 q
5.68 2.02 EldorGldg ... dd
8.24 6.05 EllswthFd .31 e q
23.85 4.13 EmpireRs.20a 15
5.69 2.75 Edvrln .. dd
14.66 12.42 FTrVLDv .43a q


... 6.IU
12 5.43
... 25.29
... 474
.. 23.40
.. 2.12
.. 4.13
... 191.75
6.50
18 3.04
... 17.22
7.62
... 40.45
12.10
3.85
2.98
... 22.85
... 110.85
22 5.16
70 3.48
15.05
36 4.26
... 8.03
... 18.20-
2.81
.. 14.43


-.U4 +o.
-.66 +2.8
-1.11 +10.7
-.37 +7.5
-1.12 +47.2
-.05 +40.4
-.52 +41.9
-3.00 -4.5'
-.67 -9.3
-.10 +9.0
+1.03 +11.8
-.34 +11.9
-.62 +8.7
+.10 -1.5
+1.55 +68.9'
+.02 +38.0
-1.03 -6.7
+.78 +3.6
-.35+108.9
-.42 +13.0
-.15 -11.5
-.34 -13.1
-.04 +2.9
-2.74 +67.1
-.29 -14.8
-.09 +3.8


Foreign Exchange
value/PrevValue Todays$ Pr ev
Country name Currency hi dollars value incurrency
Argent Peso .3245 .3246 3.0818 3.0808
Australia Dollar .7304 .7347 1.3691 1.3611
Brazil Real .4672 .4606 2.1405 2.1710
Britain Pound 1.7263 1.7354 .5793 .5762
Canada Dollar .8615 .8610 1.1607 1.1614
Chile Peso .001882 .001881 531.35 531.55
China Yuan .1242 .1243 8.0500 8.0445
Colombia Peso .000442 .000442 2264.50 2262.00
Czech Rep Koruna .0414 .0414 24.16 24.15
Denmark Krone .1595 .1596 6.2695 62644
Dominican Rep Peso .0305 .0305 32.82 32.82
Egypt Pound .1746 .1746 5.7275 .5.7275
Euro Euro 1.1911 1.1905 .8396 .8400
Hong Kong Dollar .1288' .1289 7.7614 7.7609
Hungary Foint .0046 .0046 217.74 2186.06
India Rupee .0226 .0226 44.310 44.340
Indnsia Rupiah .000108 .000108 9230.00 9295.00
Israel Shekel .2121 .2124 4.7152 4.7092
Japan Yen .008404 .008462 118.99 118.18
Jordan Dinar 1.4108 1.4120 .7088 .7082
Kuwait Dinar 3.4247 3.4247 .2920 .2920
Lebanon Pound .000666 .000666 1501.00 1501.00
Malaysia Ringgit .2691 2689 '3.7160 3.7190
Meaco Peso .093440 .093179 10.7020 10.7320
N.Zealand Dollar .6402 .6464 1.5620 1.5470
Norway Krone .1492 .1483 6.7014 6.7410
Pakistan Rupee .0167 .0167 59.98 59.98
Peru NewSol .3002 .3006 3.331 3.327
Philpins Peso .0195 .0195 5120 51.26
Poland Zloty .3049 .3077 3.28 3.25
Russia Ruble .0357 .0357 28.0400 28.0450
SDR SDR 1.43310 1.43488 .6978 .6969
SaudiArab Riyal .2666 .2667 3.7504 3.7500
Singapore Dollar .6144 .6137 1.6277 1.6295
SlovakRep Koruna .0316 .0318 31.60 31.49
So. Africa Rand .1604 .1597 6.2330 62630
So. Korea Won .001021 .001019 979.80 981.70
Sweden Krona .1268 .1266 7.8852 7.8988
Switzednd Franc .7594 .7611 1.3169 13139
Taiwan Dollar .0308 .0308 32.46 32.48
Thailand Bahl .02557 .02554 39.11 39.16
U.A.E Dirham .2724 .2723 3.6705 3.6725
Uruguay NewPeso .0410 .0411 24.3850 24.3350
Venzuel Bolivar .000465 .000465 2149.81 2149.76


52-Wk YTD
HI Low Name Div PEPPE Last chg %chg
16.84 11.45 FIaPUIIs .41 18 ... 14.44 +.10 +5.8
18.66 5.37 GamLkg ......... 16.50 -1.88 +38.7
7.95 2.85 GasceEngy ... ... 46 5.05 -.31 -22.7
14.92 .85 GeoGlabal ......... 8.57 -.54 -32.9
4.49 1.14 GlobeTelnh... ...... 3.23 -.03 -12.2
3.89 2.10 GoldStrg ... dd 30 3.03 -.33 +14.8
8.93 5.52 GreyWolf ... 16 8 6.59 -.51 -14.7
4.05 1.25 Hemispx ... dd 2.97 -.56 +36.9
6.99 1.06 HomeSolh ... 34. 15 6.46, +.82 +44.2
3.75 .80 Hyperdynn ... dd 2.80 +.56 +66.7
20.40 16.12 iShAsla .67e q 19.47 -.38 +3.5
24.06 16.35 iShCanada.15e q 23.16 -.81 +5.8
22.39 17.07 iShGerm .12e q 22.01 +.01 +8.4
39.73 22.58 iShMexico.48e q ... 36.80 -2.00 +3.1
101.39 64,,59 iShEmMkts.99e q 12 94.65 -3.35 +7.3
97.00 87.53 iSh20TB4.26e q 88.28 -1.05 -3.9
81.29 79.72 iShl-3TB2.85e q ... 79.79 +.03 -0.5
63.22 51.12 iShEAFEs1.11e q 15 62.70 +.02 +5.5
85.70 62.30 iShNqBio ... q 2.76 -1.36 +7.1.
73.20 63.41 iShRlo0lV1.70e q .. 72.29 -.33 +4.7
53.13 45.32 IShR100G.45e q .. 52.01 -.26 +2.0
72.91 57.20 iShR20Vsl.16eq ... 71.44 -.59 +8.4
77.85 57.64 iShR20O0G.33e q .. 75.55 -1.45 +8.5

74.14 56.55 iShRs2g08s.88O q .. 72.32 -.90 +8.4
3.61 1.96 IngSys ... dd .. 2.62 -.06 +22.4
22.16 10.32 KFXInc .. dd ... 18.53 -2.91 +8.1


Spot Metals


NEW YORK (AP)_ Spot nonferros metal prices Friday.
Aluminum -106.3 cents per b., LondonMetal ExchFri.
Copper 226.00 centsCalthode full plate, U.S. destinations.
Copper221.70 centsper b., N.Y. Merc spot Fd.
Lead $1174.00 per metric ton, London Metal Exch.
Zinc -107.25 cents Ib.,delivered.
Gold -$535.00 Handy & Harnan (only daily quote).
Gold $539.90 troy oz. NY Mer spot Fri.
Sirer $9.850 Handy & Harman (only dalyquote).
Silver $9.895 troy oz., N.Y. Maer spot Fri.
Mercury $70D.Oper 76 flask, N.Y.
Platinum -$1020.0 troy oz., N.Y. (contract).
Platinum $1012.70 toy oz., N.Y. Mere spot Fri.
n.q.-not quoted, n.a.-not available r-revised


Money Rates

Prime Rate
Discount Rate Primary
Fed Funds close
T-Bills:
3-month disc
6-mronth disc
T-BSI, annualized, adjusted tor
constant maturity:
1-year
T-Notes:
1-year
2-year
5-year
10-year
T-Bond:
30-year
Ubor:
3-month
6-month
FHLB Cost of Funds, 11th District:
Eff. Feb. 28
FNMA 30-year mortgage commitment:
30-days
Money market fund:
Merrill Lynch Ready Assets:
30-day avg yld:


Today Prey.

7.50 7.50
5.50 5.50
4.50 4.50

4.51 4.60
4.62 4.58


4.74 4.72

4.81 4.76
4.74 4.75
4.77 4.71
4.76 4.68

4.75 4.66

4.90 4.85
6.05 5.00

3.347 3.347

6.24 6.17


3.82 3.80


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12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
ABN AMRO Funds:
M&CGroNx 24.05 -.19. +5.9
AIM Investments A:
Agrv p 11.59 -.24 +13.5
BasicValAp 35.34 -.07 +8,2
IChipA p 12.24 -.24 +5.7
CapDevp 18.76 -.39 +17.5
Chat p 13.88 -.07 +7.7
Conse p 25.41 -.59 +12.2
HY6A p 4.39 -.01 +2.9
InlGrow 24.88 -.37 +19.6
MdCpCrEq p 29.50 -.25 +9.2
MuBp 8.04 -02 +3.3
PremEqty 10.74 -.05 +8.2
RealEstp 30.92 +.75 +33.0
SelEqty r 19.23 -.19 +9.8
SmCpGrAp 29.36 -.52 +16.8
WelngAp 14.45 -.30 +12.3
AIM Investments B:
BasicValB t 33.09 -.07 +7.4
CapDevB t 17.18 -37 +16.6
PremEqty 9.88 -.5, +7.5
AIM Investor Cl:
DivemDivdp 12.84 +.04 6 NS
Dyramc 19.42 -.398 +17.4
Energy 40.58 -218 +31.5
GblHtCr p 31.90 +.05 NS
ISmCoGn p 14.36 -.24 +20.0
SuLmmetPp 12.209 -.18 +11.8
filrbes 14.15 -.30 5 +15.3
AMF Funds:
UItShrtMg 9.67 .1. +2.5
AcadErm n 28.04 -.87 +36.3
Advance Capital 1:
Balanced np 18.14 -.15 +6.7
RelSc n 9 2.70 -.04 +1.4
Alger American:
Growth 38.632 -1.33 +12.4
Alger Funds B:
SmCapGrt 5.41 -.14 +26.1
Alger Funds Insa:
MiCpGril 17.13 -.69 +15.1
AllianceBern A:
BalSaA p 16.88 -.02 +41.6
GbGovtcA 7.65 -.11 +10.5
GICblTenhAp 60.48 -1.86 +11.8
GrolncAp 3.94 -.01 +5.6
GrowthAp 37.40 -1.20 +14.9
IsndaLA p 19.35 -.16 +20.5
LgCapGrA p 20.53 -.67 +17.4
SmCapGrA 26.61 -.65 +18.8
AllanceBemn Adv:
InWoLAd 129.61 -.16 +20.9
LgCapGrAdv 21.22 -.69 +17.7
AllianceBem B:
CorpBdBp 11.75 -.06 -1.5
GlbffechSt 54.34 -1.68 +10.9
GrlIncB p 3.87 +4.8
GrowthBt 250.283 -.87 +14.1
LgCpGrB tI 18.44 -.01 +12.6.5
iSmCpGrBt 22.29 -.55 +17.8
USGolvtB p 6.82 -.01 +1.0
Alliancesem 1C: I
SmCapGrCt 22.36 -.55 +17.9
AllianceBemn h:
RLeEnvll 16.81 +.46 +33.5
Allanz Funds A:
SMpV A. 30.41 -.31 +12.06
RenassAt 22.19 -.13 +3.2
Allianz Funds B:
RenacsB 20.43 -.12 +2.4
Allanz Fundas C:
RenSalCo 20.27 .12 +2.4
GwthCr 19.39 -.23 +.114
TargetC 17.68 -.37 .+14.2
Amer Beacon Insai:
InOuEqln 22. 00 -.01 +13.8
SmCaplnst 21.44 -.24 +11.8
S Amerr Beacon Plan:
LgcapPlan 20.59 -.11 +10.6
SmCpPlan 21.04 -.23 +11.6
Amer Century Adv:
EqGro pe 23.81 -.27 +8.2
Etylnc np 8.09 + .02 +4.7
Amer Century Ins:
Ultra 30.05 -.33 +3.4
Amer Century Inv:
Baanced n 16.26 -.11 +5.4
EqGmlunv 23.4 -.26 +8.5
Eqlnona 28.10, +.03 +5.0
FLMuBnd n 10.62 -.02 +2.5
GNMAI n 10.15 -.01 +2,6
Gftna 19.61 -.48 +25.5
GItblGold n 16.25 -1.25 +31.2
Growth] n 20.94 -.24, +8.7
Heisgal nu 15.20 -.382 +26.0
IncGrosA 30.67 -.40 +6.2
IntBnde 12.88 -.24 -+.5
ItDsc nre 15.48 -.12 +35.7
LntGrol n 10.70 -.05 +17.1
LgComVal 2.71 -.01 +6.7
UeBdA n 5.49 -.02 +12.0
NewOpp nr 6 .43 -.14 +20.9
OsaChgAggsn 11.80 -.14 +10.8
RsaEstl n 28.32 +.60 +33.6
Smleci n 37.95 +.14 +2.8
SGovn 9.33 -.01 "+2.0
SmCapValn 12.11 -.06,.4+2.9
SmTaxloe 10.41 -.18 +13.1
ShMod re 6.86 -.10 +7.8
Ultra n 219.72 -.33 +3.1
USiA 13.68 -.23 +11.9
Valuelnvon 7.14 +.02 +7.2
Vistaon 16.33 -.65 -+10.6
American Funds A:
AncapFAp 19.52 -.09 +10.4
.AmMutoA p 27.04 -.02 +7.5
BalAp 18.07 ... +4.8
BondFdAp 13.12 -.05 +2.1
CapWIdAp. 18.45 -.27 -1 ?
CaplnBldA p 54.68 -.12 -6'
CapWGrAp 37.89' -.25 -I.
EuOpcAcP- 42.79; -.56 +20.:
S Fundl nvAtp.- 38.80., -.60 1
GovutAp ,- . 12.31 "-.04 .1A
GwthFdAt p 31.362 -.60 tI .
HI.TrstA p 12.23 -.03 +5.02
HilncoMunAl 15.56 -.02 +5.0
lanoFdA p 12.68 +.01 +6.6
ptBdA p 13.33 -.02 +1.8
InCoAA p 32.20 -.13 +9.0
UdTEBdAp 15.18 -.02 +Z2
NwEconAp 23.87 -.35 +16.4
NewPerAp 2941. -.34 +13.1
NeaWoddA 41:82 -1.17 +24.8
SmCpWA p 37.69 -.64 +21.1
TaxEplA p 12.40 -.03 +63.6
TxExtCAA p 16.63 -.04 +4.1
WsIhMutA p 31.93 -.04 +6.7
American Funas B:
A cap t 182.86 -.10 +9.6
BAaBet 18.03 +4.1
BondB t 13.12 -.0, +1.3
CaplhBldB t '54.68 -.12 +76
CapWGrB t 37.67 -. 26 -1,
EurpacB t 42.26 .-06 +20.
FundlnvBset 36.74 -.61 +13.8
GrowthB t l 30.40 -.58 +15.2
IncomeB t 18.59 +.02 +5.9
ICAB I 32.10 -.132 +8.2
NewPerspt 28.97 -.34 +12.3
WaMh B t 31.72 -.04 +5.9
Adlel Mutual Fds:
Appre- 47.64 +.07 +6.9
Adeln 52.86 -.02 +6.02
Artlsan Funds:
tInt 226.55 -.46 +18.9
IntSmCpO r 21.68 -.48 +28.6
MidgCp 32.23 -.55 +14.7
MidaopVal 19.10 -20 +121
SmiCap 18.60 -.24 +18.7
SmCapVal 17.986 -.41 +12.6
Baron Funds:
Assetn 5 08.71 +.31 +16.38
Grewth 48.42 -.08 +10.6
Partnersdp 19.77 +.17 +20.7
SmI~ap 24.49 -.24 +13.2
Bernstein Fds:
InlDur 13.03 -.05 +2.2
CaMu 14.11 -.03 +2.1.
DUSMun 13.94 -.02 +2.1
NYMun 13.780 -.02 +2.2
TxMgd s:lVI 25.53 -.20 +17.5
lInVal2 25.38 -.23 +17.2
EmgMkIs 32.02 -1.35 +27.1
BlackRckc A:
Aurora A 32.50 -.45 +1.1
GIResA 66.70 -+297 +37.3
HIYdisnA 716 -.07 +2.7
LegncyA p 14.66 -.21 +12.3
BlackRock Fda B1rk:
Coearest 8.42 -53 +2.2
Bmmwell Funds:
SowthFd p 12.72 -.10 +8.0
Brandywiee Fda:
SoueFd 31.13 -.22 +147.
TBsra inVesn 15.61 -.53 +172
Bddgeway Fonda:
UsCMathIt 10.22 -.26 +19.1
Brdnson FundsaY:
HkghYldYsn 7.00 ... +2.0
Buffalo Funds:
SmoCap 27.12 -.30 +14.9"
CGM Funds:
CapDevon 2.57 -1.23 +12.0
FoeusFd 32.82 -1.37 +19.0
MUll n 20.39 -.60 .7.7
Redlty r 30205 +.20 +34.3
CRM Fonda:
Mid~oyVall 22.20 -.26 +11.7
Calamos Funds:
Gn~lncCt 31.80 -.53 +10.4
GrthSlncAp 31.60 -.22- +11.3
GrowthA p 02.00 -2.10 +14.9
romwthB t 07.46 -2.20 +14.1
romwth~t 53.20 -2.00 +14.1
Calvert Group:
Iscop 12.62 -.02 +2.8
InsOEqA p 22.00 -.23 .13.0
MuOCdAI 10.28 +. 1.3
Monint 10.06 -.01' +2.6
SoclalAp 225.02 -.18 +6.2
Bec~d p 12.00 -.02 +3.1
BOcEqA p 38.20 -.23 +8.2
TuFLtd n 1206.58 +2.6
TsFIag p 12.53 -.04 +4.0
TxPVT 15.01 -.04 +2.0
Causewey ladl:
esstutounab 17.59 -.00 +10.0
.lunesasr r 17.51 -.08 +10.6
CIitrStat Funds:
-. 'Dis~ond 11.22 -.03 +1.0


Clipper 89.06 +.16 +2,8
Cohen & Steers:
c InsltRty n 51.21 +1.48 +35.5
RtyShm n 81.00 +2.40 +35.7
Columbia Class A:
AcomIrn t 29.20 -.40 +19.2
FocusEqA t 20.53 -.36 +14.6
IntlValueA r 24.15 +01 +15.1
LgCapValuA 14.36 -.08 +10.1
MarsGroA t 19.02 -.34 +9.8
TxExAp 13.56 -05 +4.4
Columbia Class B:
Acorn I 28.15 -.39 +18.,3
Columbia Class C:
Acomt 28.11 -.39 +18.2
Columbia Class Z:
Acom Z 29.85 -.41 +19.5
Acomintl Z 36.62 -,40 +24.3
AcomUSA 27.96 -.50 +16.5
ConHiYldZ 8.46 -.05 +2.7
CoreBondZ 10.48 -.04 +1.4
FocusEqZ t 20.86 -.37 +14.9
intmBdZ n 8.77 -.03 +1.8
IntmTEBd n 10.29 -.03 +2.68
InlEqZ 16.05 -.19 +18.5
InsStkZ n 17.77 -.06 +16.2
InLgapZ 24.25 ... +15.4
LgCspComZ 13.25 -.26 +9.0


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
LgCapGrwth 22.39 -.35 +8.3
LgCapldxZ 24.87 -.10 +7.8
LgCapValZ 14.38 -08 +10.3
MarsGrPrZ 19.31 -.34 +10.0
L',...Cs,2 14.22 -.28 +26.0
-,t.: ,. 25224 -.74 +23.6
MidCpdxZ 12.08 -.23 +15.7
MdCpVal p 14.70 -.09 +15.6
ReEsEqZ -27.23 +.78 +24.2
STIncoZ 9.73 -.01 +23
SmCpCorZ 19.68 -.13 +14.3
SmicapldxZ n 22.15 -.32 +15.6
TotRetBd CIZ 9.51 -.04 +1.7
CG Cap Mkt Fds:
IntEq 12.66 -.15 +18.6
LgG rw 13.26 -20 +12.1
LgVal n 11.59 -.09 +9.9
DWS AARP Funds:
CapGr 47.77 -.62 +10.4
Consein 12.04 -.05 NA
GNMA 14.70 -01 +2.4
GlobTheRme 33.6 0 -.35 +28.5
Greuwthlsnce 22.5 30-.150 +82.0
GrowAo 13.97 -.09 NA
EIn 53.25 -.55 +18.5
MgdMunir 92.11 -.032 +4.2
ShITerrnBd 9.92 +.01 +2.3
SmGCpCore r 24.12 -.48 +11.0
DWS Scudder ClIA:
BalanceA 9.33 -.06 +58.9
CapGrth p 47.47 -.61 +10.1
CommA p 20.23 -.21 +21.1
DrmHiRA 46.28 -.47 +7.5
HilncA 5.69 .. A +3.0
MgdMuni p 9.09 -.04 +3.9
TechA 11.09 -.39 +2.8
US GovA 8.38 -.01 +2.1
DWS Scudder Cl C:
DtmnHiRC 46.13 -.48 +6.6
DWS Scudder Cl S:
ComPluslnco 12.06 -.03 +2.2
EmMkIn 11.80 -.21 +15.4
ErngMkGrnr 23.15 -.95 +32.9
EumEqty 32.97 -.02 +18.4
G1bIBOS r 9.38 -.12 -1.6
GebOppert 41.68 -.44 +20.3
Globa lheme 33.00 -.35 +28.7
God&Prec 25.30 -1.46 +22.2
GrolmncS 22.26 -.16 +8.0
HiYIdTx n 12.83 -.02 +5.7
IntrTxAMT 11:14 -.03 +2.6
IntesafnS 53.31 -.55 +18.8
LgCapValS r 22.45 -.12 +4.2
LgCoGro 25.03 -.342 +9.6
LatAmerEq n 51.74 -4.18 +61.0
MgdMuni S 9.10 -.04 +41
MATFS 14.27 -.05 +3.S
PacOpps nr 17.23 -.26 +26.8
ShITmbdS a 9.92 ... +2.4
DWS Scudder Inadl:
EqtyMSVIL 145.62 -.58 NA
Davis Funds A:
NYVen A 3 4.29 -.15 +102.0
Davis Funds B:
NYVen x 32.85 -.14 +9.1
Davis Funds C &Y:
NYVenY 34.69 -.14 +10.3
NYVen C 33.06 -.15 +2.1
Delaware Invest A:
LgCapVa2A 12.45 -.10 +6.2
TrVdApn 24.03 -.54 +22.5
TxUSAp 11.50 -.02 +3.8
Delaware Invest B:
DelchB 3.27 -.02 +3.0
SelGrB 24025 -.45 +21.0
Doi-Pooled Trust:
IStlEq 21.80 -.03 +15.2
Dimensional Fds:
EmgMktVal x 25.99 -.54 +28.5
IntSo an 18.87 -.19 +19.0
TM USSrmu x 24.67 -.46 +19.0
USLgCo nx 37.60 -.24 +7.9
USLgVa nx 22.59 -.21 +13.1
USLgVa3nx 17.38. -.16 +13.2
US Micro x 16.03 -.26 +20.86
IE. '."-. 21.05 -.37 +18.8
,. 28.74 -.32 +19.0
ttrISmCo a 17.17 -.14 +17.6
EmgMkt nx e 22.22 -.69 +29.1
reAnx 10.12 -.03 +2.3
InVa n 19.37 -.12 +18.6
GIb5Fxln 120.22 +2.5
LrgCapbnl 3520.65 -.07 +15.5
TMUSSOVx 25.16 -.36 +18.1
TM InValuoe 17.13 -.13 +19.2
TMMktwdeV x 15.95 -.22 +16.7
TMUCSEqx 13.598 -.13 +9.6
2YGIFxd nx 9.826 -.02 +2.6
DFARIEst n 28.23 .84 +34.0
Diveralod Inv Fds:
EqGrowsp 20.43 -.32 +10.2
Val&lno 24.69 -.15 +.
Dodge&Cox:
Balanced n 583.48 -.18 +8.6
InRcoRmeFd 12.54 ... +1,8
Ino Stk 3 .92 -.16 +16.1
StSock 142.59 -.486 +12.4
Domini Soc Inv:
SocalEqun 30.81 -.09 +7.3
Dreyfus:
ApcE 40.36 + .12 +3.4
BasIcS&P 26.69 -.11 +7.8
Discp 2035.00 -.15. +9.0
MDreyfus 10.57 -.06 +86.3
DreyMid r 29.03 -.54 +15.4
Drey596on 237.43 -.16 +7.5
.EmgLead 43.90 -1.13 +15.3
FL Intr 12.98 -.04 +1.9
nstMunant 17.78 -.06 +3.5
MIdcpVI r 322.12 -.45 +13.8

















Gov~p .23 -.01 +1.93
NM t". 11,49 -.1 .+4.3
rTT..p, 174, -.,4 +3,4
:-TI.I,:I . 15.3;

Drepmus Founders:
+7.7,7+
'A. , l + .
Dreyfus Premienr'
CalTxEXBdZ 14.75 -.05 +4.44
ComEqA 15.04 +.07 +2.3
ComVlonvp 32.45 -.11 +7.8
EmgMklA 23.16 -.63 +28.0
LtdHYIdAp 7.23 -.04 +2.9
NwLdm n 48.41 -.76 +16.3
TaxMgdGC t1 15.97 +.08 +15S
TeM GroA 24.61 -.89 +12.9
Eaton Vance Ady:
RtgRale It 9.9 ... +4.7
Eaton Vance Cl A:
TMGI 0563.67 -1.180 +7.5
ChinaA p 16.85 -.480 +17.2
FloatRate 10.23'. .. +4.7
GrowthA 8.14 -.16 +14.3
HthSciA p 11.39 -.16 +17.4
i,.5C.. 6.38 -.02 +4.9
Lhin.,1 id 18.92 -.26 +11.8
NtIMun 11.49 -.01 +8.3
SpcEqtA 12.34 -.12 +16.1
TMGI.1 24.01 -.06 +7.1
MunudI 12.79 -.03- +.5.6
TredGvtA 7.23 -.02 +2.6
Eaton Vance Cl B:
FLMcusnB 10.97 -.01 .-
H sthOB t 11.99 -.17 -
NallMunBrl 11.49 -.01 +7.5
FTMGh.lt 22.81 -.05 +6.32
Eaton Vance Cl C:
Floaot1 t 9.80 AS.8
GovA Cp 723 -.01 +1AS
NCaMC t 11.49 -.01 +7.4
Enterpdse ClIA:
GwethA np 17.43 -.14 +8.S
Evergreen A:
AsuI1A p 14.43 -.07 +8.6
BalanA 8.87 -.04- +6.4
FdLgCpA 23.86 -.13 +.68.9
SpValuAp 28.53 -.29 +15.2
Evergreen B:
AstlloB t 14.26 -.07 +7,9
DivrWdBt 14.41 -07 NS
MuniBondB t 7.450 -.02 +2.9
Evergreen C:
AdjRateCt 9.24 -.01 +1.7
AstAlIIoC t 14.02 -.07 +7.9
Evergreen h:
poraeBdI 10.33 -.03 +2.2
,if ,l9r2i 12.02 -.122 -0.
IqlA 10.27 -.02 +17.7
Licp 2ly 16.21 -.07 +9.6
Sh~lsntdl 5.01 -.01 +1.9
StMunit 6.91 -.01 +2.0
Special 20.69 -.29 .1 +5.0
Sltrrol 28.20 -.43 +10.3
Excelsior Funds:
Emg~dks r 12.14 -251 +33.5
Energy 22.92 -1.00 +29.4
HiYield np 4.20 '-.02 +3.2
Va[Resto n 47.04 -1.34 +13.9
FAMt Funds:
Volue a 49,70 +.26 +8.7
FMI Funds:
Focas a 33.88 -231 +12.1
FPA Funds:
Capit 43.25 -.7.3 +15.0
Newbnc 12.67 .. +1.8
FPA.Cms n 20.06 -.33 +.5.
Falrholme 22.22 -.30 .15.7
Federated A:
AmLdrA 22,84 -.09 +8.1
CopAppA 20.92 -.25 +4.8
Mid~rStA 36.20 -.88 +128.9
Gooaufm p 2.90 -.08 +22.6
MktkOppA p 12.00 -.04 +2.8
MunSecA 12.62 -.02 +2.8
Federated B:
KoslmnB p 5.62 "-.07 +12.6
OStduca 0.62 -.07 +2.6
Federtetd C:
iksufmaG I 2.82 -207 +16.0
MAt~ppC 12.20 -.04 .2.0
Federated Inatl:
Kalftan 2.986 -.00 +22.4
MidCap 22.04 -.41 +15.4
Fidelity Adv Foc T:
HIt~orT 03,79 -.16 +18.4
Nat60esT 42.62 -2.46 +34.1
Fidelity Advlcor A:
DobsOA r 22.00 -.14 +20.1
Eq~rArt 46.79 -.61 +8.7
EqicA p 38176 -.12 +86.



MidCapA p 24.93 -.29 +19.8
NwInsghtsp 16.90 -35 +20.9
Fidelity Advisor B:
MidCpB np 24.08 -.10 +18.9
Fidelity Advisor C:
DivleIC n1 21.33 -.13 +19.2
Nwlnsghts n 16.59 -.35 +20.0
Fidelity Advisor 1:
ODivntl n 22.36 -.13 +20.5
DivGrthl 12.65 ... +8.4
EqGrl n 51.65 -.65 +9.1
Eqln 29.49 -.12 +8.9
IntBdol n 10.73 -.03 +1.7
Fidelity Advisor T:
BalancT 16.21 -.23 +7.B
DivInsTp 21.85 -.14 +19.8
DvGOrt p 12.47 ... +7.9
DynCapAppTpt5.93 -.46 +27.4
EqGrT p 48.83 -.62 +8.5
EqlnT 29.11 -.12 +8.3
GovInT 9.82 -.03 +1.6
GrOppT 32.39 -.84 +6.7
HilncAdvT p 9.95 -.14 +6.1
IntBdT 10.72 -.02 +1.6
MidCapTp 25.16 -.10 +19.6
MunitncT p 12.88 -.03 +3.5
Nwlnsghts p 16.82 -.35 +20.7
OvrseaT 20.65 -.10 +15.9
STFT 9.36 -.01 +2.3
SmICapT p 22.66 -.19 +12.6


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
SOInT 11.52 -.07 +2.6
VaStreT 30064 -.45 +10.0
Fidelity Freedom:.
FP2M6n 12.32 -.04 +5.0
FF2010On 14.27 -.09 +75
FF20320n 15.06 -.13 +10.1
FF2030 n 15.45 -.14 +11.5
FF2040 d 9.10 -.09 +12.0
FF2035 n 12.58 -.12 +118,
FF2015 11.77 -.09 +9A1
FF2025 p 12.26 -.11 410.7
IncomeFd n 1142 -.4 +4.7
Fidelity Invest:
AggrGr r 18.37 -.40 +18.6
AMgr 16.35 -.02 +6.3
AMgrGr n 15.48 -.01 +772
AMlrIn 12.96 -.09 +7.5
Balance 19.20 -.28 +12.1
BlueChopGr 43.58 -.33 +6.7
CA Mun n 12.360 -.04 +3.7
Canadan 45.41 -1.6253 +208.0
CapApp n 26'27 -.62 +13.9
Caplnc o nr 82.47 -.03 +5.5
ChiaReg n 20.12 -.35 +16.5
CoUngrSt 413.39 +1.23 +4.7
CTLMun n 11.33 -.03 +2.6
Contra n 04.62 -1.301 +18.7
Cnvoec 23.30 -.61 +13.2
Desinyl n 14.59 -.10 +15.8
Desttnyll n 12.56 +.02 +14.0
DJsEqo n 28.46 -.30 +10.6
DIverIn n 034.17 -.42 +19.3
DvGth n 29.79 +01 +8.4
EmrgMktin 19.96 -.84 +41.89
Equtlnc n 53.81 -.21 +8.5
EII n 23.50 -.15 +8.0
EurCapApn n 24.0 -.39 +18.7
Europe n 32.56 -.48 +19.2
ExchFd n 209.75 +.53 +8.7
Expodtn 21.36 -.50 +13.8
FidelFd 32.77 -.16 +10.0
Fifty nor 23.46 -.40 +17.5
FItRateHi r 9.98 ... +4.6
FL Mu m 11.398 -.03 +3.0
FoudrnOsaen 27.18 -.14 +9.6
GNMAn 10.74 -.01 +2.5
GovtIaun 9.99 -.03 +2.1
GrdCo n 66.01 -1.54 +23.3
Grlnc 34.97 -.21 +4.9
GmO ncI 10.47 -.10 +11.0
PHhlncnm 8.084 -.03 +4.5
lndepednce n 20.49 -.29 +16.8
InPuBend 10.78 -.13 +1.0
IMlan u 10.18 -.02 +1.9
IntGov 9.92 -.03 +1.7
tImMur n n 9.92 -.02 +2.9
tolloisc 23.26 -.13 +20.2
IntlSmCapm 28;6.4 -.22 +23.6.
InvGB n 7.29 -.02 +2.4
Japan n 17.63 +.31 +34.2
JpnSmCo n 15 .13 +30 +22.3
LatAm n 36.46 -2.43 +63.5
LevCoSlck 27.258 -.88 +16.9
LuwPrm 42.98 -.051 +13.1
Magellan n 109.23 -1.61 +9.6
MDMUm 10.78 -.04 +2.6
MA Munti 11.82 -.03 +3.5
MI MunI n 11.78 -.03 +3.1
MildCap n 28.82 -.55 +28.1
aMN Mun 11.37 -.02 +2.9
MtgeSwc n 10.97 -.02 +2.8
Muniln.n 12.75 -.04 +3.8
ANJMunr 11.42 -.04 +3.2
NewMkt nr 14.66 -.27 +12.6
NewMilln 37.053 -1.04 +19.7
NYMunon 12.72. -.03 .+3.2
OTC 38.46 -.85 +15.6
Oh Mun n 11.6 -.03 +3.3
Omeson 42.71 -.46 .19.3
Paces n 26.06 +.03 +28.3
PAMunonr 10.75 -.02 +2.
Puritan 19.15 -.07 +62.3
RealEst n 34.4 9 +.850 +32.0
ShtntMu n 10.16 -.01 +1.7
STBF n .82 -.01 +2.6
SmCelnd 21.55 -.45 +18.9
SmallCapS nr 19.71' -. +17.5
SEAsiasn 22.19 -.52 +29.5
StkSIcsn 25.51 -.27 +12.1
StrtlDivloc 12.0 -.09 i:.
Sthalnc n 10.41 -.06 .'
Trend n 59.09 -.35 +11.1
USBIsn 10.77 -.03 +2.1
UlItShtdrn 10.01 -.01 +3.3
Utltysn n 15.73 -:06 +16.4
ValStrem 32.35 -.48 +10.5
Valuesn 79.08 -1.12 +16.7
Wddweden 19.99 -.17 +13.09
Fidelity Selects:
Air n 43.24 -.46 +30.3
Autosn 34.53 +.42 +2.3
Banking n 36.55 +.03 +.9
Biotech n 67.06 -1.20 +38.8
Broikersn 7.6 -1.07 +43.0
Cheman 69.11 -1.16 -1.9
'Comp n 36.70 -1.33 +5.6
Conlnd n 25.71 -.09 +8.9
CslHou1n 48.02 -1.35 +0.5
DIAero n 79.25 -.880 +20.1
DevComun 21.09 -.61 +24.3
Electrn 45.20 -2.09 +15.0
Eneigy n 48.42 -2.81 +35.2
EngSvc n 6.86 -4.65 +38.9
Enviro n 17.43 ... +27.4
FinSTokn 119.60 -.11 +13.6
Foodn 52.71 +.47 +.3
Gold m 35.32 -1.84 +40.7
Healthsn 138.06 -.97 +19.1
HomeFinin 51.59 -.26 +0.5
InldMatln 45.73 -1.79 +14.5
oInsur nt 68.51 +.17 +12.
Leasrn .. 80.41 -.44 +12.1
MedDel n '4.6 -.31 .2203
MedEqSysn, i-p1'.18"'. 0 .869
SMulflmedn 46,74 .-.97 ur,+98
NlGas.'n a 37.81 -2.640! +27.
NatResnm 25.54 '-1.47B +35.1
Paper 30.87 +.27. ;-4.2
Pharma n .10.46 .. +01 +24.2
MRetaln 00.02 -+.14 +11.0
Boftrsn 53.51 -1.18 +12.4
Techo 64.44 -1.90 +114
Telecom an 42.89 -.32 +24.3
TresAn 50.15 -.05 +21.2
UlGr n 46.78 +.105 +19.1
WirelesA s n 7.24 -.06 +27.0
Fidelity Spartan:
EqutrindAlnv n 45.51 -.19 +7.9
EctMIdlAdlv 32.41 -.62 +17.5
90Indxt0v nr 88.66 -.35 +7.9
Govlnn 10.75 -.04 +2.1
InsllndxInv 37.64 -.02 +16.1
InvGrBd n 10.29 -.03 +2.5
TotMktlndIm 35.867 -.25 +10.3
Fidelity Spart Adv:.
EqlndxAdv 45.52 -.10 NS
5POAdvr 88.60 -.36 NS
TotlMkitAdv r 35.87 -.20 NS
First Amer FdsY:
ComaEBond 10.89 -.03 +1.9
EqTyno nop 14.63 -.01 +8.0
Eqldxl np 24.00 -.09. +7.8
InstBond 9.76 -.02 +1.7
Int n 13.55 -.08 +15.3
LgCpGrOp 20.12. -.45 +.8
MdCpGrOp 43.29 -.62 +19.0
First Eagle:
GlobalA 43.83 -.25 +15.5
OversesA 24.26 -.21 +6.4
First Investors A
BlChlpAp 21.60 -.06 +5.9
Gotba1A p 7.38 -.03 +11.4
GovlTAp 10.74 -.01 +2.3
GroecAp 14.50 -.12 +9.8
IncomeA p 2.9? -.02 -0.3
InovGrdAp 19.46 -.03 +0:6
MATFAp 11.79 -.02 +2.5
MITFAp 12.29 -.0322 +2.8
MIdCapAnp 28.9. -.31 +15.6
NJTFA p 12.0 86 -.04 +2.7
NYTFAp 14.32 -04 .+2.05
PATFA p 12.88 -.04 +2.7
SpSotAp 21.85 -.20 +14.58
TaxEsptAp 9.92 -.03 +1.9
ToLtRetAp 14.43 -.08 +6.8
ValuesB p 7.02 -.02 +8.4
FRathand Fonda:
GlobTFhe 4.13 -.09 +4.3
Tech Values 36.52 -1.60 +26.0
Frank/remp Fink A:
AGEAp 2.009 -.01 +3.9
AdJOS p 2.900 +2.0
ALTFAp 1144 -.03 +3.2
AZITFA p 11.52 -.02 +3.0
BORTn p 64.76 -.06 +15.2
CAHY84 p 10.34 -.03 +8.0
CullssA p 12.04 -04 +4.1
CAsIneroA p 11.46 -.03 +2.8
CalTFrA p 7.26 -.01 -4.4
Cup~r.A 11.22 -.20 +8.0
CO TFAp 11806 -03 +4.0
CTTFAp 11.04 -.03 +4.1
Cut~anA p 18.20 -.22 "+10.9
DhlITuFr A 11.00 -.03 +3.7
DysalenhA O 22.27 -.62 +12.8
EqlncA p 20.81 -.20 "+4.8
Fadlotsm p 11.34 -03 +2.6
FedTuFrA p 12.06 -.01 +3.9
FlesCap~rA 41.48 -1.17 +12.0
FIRIDA p 12.15 -. +4.8
FLTFAp 11.08 -.0 3 +3.0
FousdFAI p 12.60 -.01 +8.5
GATFAp 12.00 -.03 +3.8
GuldPrM A 26895 -1.02 +41.0
GrowthA p 37.62 ... +12.5
HY TFA p 10108 -.02 +8.2'
IsnsoerA p 2.44 -.01 443..
InsTFAp 12.20 -.02 +3.5
NYuIntrlF p 10,05 -.04 !+2.1
LATPAp 11.406 -.02 +2.9
LMG'v8cA 6.84 "-.02 +1.2
MODTFA p 11170 -.03 +368
MassTFA p 11.04 -02 +3.4
MichTFA p 12.21 -.52 +3.7
MNInsA 12.00 -.03 +3.1
MOTFAp 12.22 -.53 +4.1
NJTFA p 12.07 -.02 +3.8
NYnsoA p 11.04 -.22 +3.3
NYVTFA p 11189 -.02 +3.8
NCTFAp 12.24 -.02 +3.7
OhloITFA p 12.52 -.22 +3.9
QOTFA p 11.81 -.22 +4.0


PA TFA p 10.38 -.02 +3.99
ReESecAp 27.23 +21 +23.2
RIODvA p 34.26 +107 +8.2
SMCpGrA 39.08 -1.u06 15.0
Stralop 10.12 -.06 +1.8
USGovA p 6.42 -.01 +2.5
UtilitlesA p 11.91 -.19 +10.2
VA TFA p 11.78 -.03 +3.6 ,
FrankTmp Fmk Adv:
lhcomeAdv 2.43 -.01 +4.5
Frank/Temp Fmk B:
IncomeB1 p 2.44 -.01 +3.4
IncomeB t 2.43 -.01 +3.1
Frank/faemp Fmk C:
FoundFAIlp 12.79 -.01 +7.8
IncomeG Ct 2.45 -.02 +3.4
FrankiTempMtlA&B:
BeaconA 16.23 +.14 +12.5
DiscovA 27.84 +.14 +19.6
QuallfiedAt 20.67 +.11 +14.7
SharesA 24.82 +.15 +12.8
Frank/Temp MtU C:
DiscC 1 27.65 +.13 +19.1
SharesCt 24.44 +.14 +12.1
FrankfTemp Tamp A:
DevMkIA p 24.86 -.98 +28.7
ForalgnA p 13.13 -.08 +11.3
GIBOSndAAp 10.50 -.15 -1.5
GISmCoA p 8.99 -.13 +11.2


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtr
GrowthA[p 23.74 -.08 +9.2
lnlxEM p 18.83 -.02 +11.1
WorldAp 18.332 -.13 +12.2
FrankoTampTmp Adv:
FrgnAv 13.10 -.08 +11.8
GrdhAv 23.76 -.08 +9.5
FrankrrempTmp B&C:
DevMldC 24,38 -.9 +25.8
ForgnC p 12.95 -.08 +10.5
GrwthCp 23.20 -.08 +8.4
GE Elfun S&S:
S&S Incoe n 11.12 -.04 +2.6
S&S PMn 44.53 -.11 +6.8
TaxEx 11.69 -.03 +3.6
Trustsn 52.35 -.25 +6.2
GE Instl Funds:
IntlEq n 14.13 -.13 +20.8
GMOEmM Vr 21.82 -.77 +34.9
GMOTrust l:
Fomreigs 16.65 -.04 +17.0
GMO Trust ill:
CurHIntBd 8.97 -.01 +0.3
EmgMk r 21.88 -.77 +34.08
ECD 11.14 -.12 +17.7
Foressin 16.72 -.03 +17.2
IlnGr Eq 29.86 -.07 NE
IhdlntrVal, 32.52 +.03 +16.4
InieSmCo 14.84 -.07 +23.7
USOtyEq ty 20.80 +.03 +4.4
USComEqt 14.42 -.10 NS
GMOTrUst IV:
Cor6PlusBd 10.28 +.01 NS
EmgCnDl 11.14 -.12 +17.8
EmsrMkt 21.83 -.77 +34.8
ForeFn 16.72 -.04 +17.2
hCoreEq 35,15 -.02 NS
IntllntrVall 32.1 '.03 +16.5
USQualEq 20.81 +.02 +4.4
GMO'rst VI:
EmgMdktsr 21.84 -.77 0 A5.0
USCoreEq 1.40 -.10 NS
Gabeill Funds:
Asset 43.16 -.11 +08.
GrowthAA 29.28 -.44 +12.1
Value t 19.00 -.02 +5.3
Gartmos Fd s D:
eBond 9.49 -.03 .+2.6
Gv4BdD 10.08 -.03 +2.2
GrowthD 7.24 -.10 +8.4
NutionwDl 19.32 -.16 +9.1
TxFreor 10.48 -.02 +3.1
Garlmora Fdsa nst:
Inlix I n 9.055 -.01 +16.2
MdCpMkldxl 15.44 -.29 +105.4
NwBdldxl na 10.70 -.03 +2.2
S&PSInt 1s8n 11.00 -.05 +7.8
Gartmom Fds Serv:
DModAgg p 10.35 -.06 NA
IDMoud p 10.47 -.05 NA
Gateway Funds:
Gateway 25.58 -.012 +.
Glenmede Funds:
Intl 20.24 -.11 +16.6
Goldman Sachds A:
CapOrA 21.23 -.27 +4.6
GrincA 26.74 -:14 .5
GrthOppeA 22.33 -.24 +10.5
HileldA 37.94 -.03 +4.3
HYMuniA p 11.280 -.02 +7.3
MidCapVAp 36.16 -.35 +213.0
SmaCapA 43.09 -.60 +12.1
Goldman Sach s Inst:
ComFxc 9.77 -.03 +2.4
GrIhOppt 22.97 -.24 +10,.
HiYeld 7.95 -.03 "+4.7
HYMuni 11.29 -.01 +7.8
MidCapVal 35.43 -.035 +13.5
StGIctlnti 13.35 -.04 +12.5
Guardian Funds:
G8GaInGrA 12.01 -.15 +174
ParAthvA 33.23 -.37 +-81
Stock 30.25 -.34 -A
GuideStene Funds:
..i',~ lA 15.74 -.14 +10.2
MdC' .a 16.70 -.18 +1208
i.. ,'. 214.37 -.10 +.76
C,.p'.C.J 517.62 -.32 -'8
IntlEqGS4 1.19. -.13 -I.
"MdDurGS4 13.32 -04 :
VaIluEqGS4 12.12 -12 -
Harbor Funds:
Bond 11.60 -02.2 +17;
CopApplrst n 3.26 -.69 .17
Intla nr 53.17 -74 .1'+
SCpVIl.a 20.78 -.380 +11.9
Harding Louevnen
EmgMktsadr 37.12 -1.41 .3 4
Hartford Fds A:
AdvreAp 16.05 -.00 :0 .
CapAppAp 36.89 -.68 +17.9
DIvGthA p 192.0 -.13 +7.0"
MdCGapAp 24.88 -.44 +20.8
SmICoA p 21.51 -.57 +31.1
Hartford Fds B:
CpAppSlpn 33.68 -.63 +16.9
Hartford Fds C:
CapAppC 134.01 -.263 +17.1
Hartford HLS IA:
Bond .,11.23. -.02 +20
CapApp 5 04.5 -1.08 +18.7
Div&Gelwn 21.38" -.14 +Z.5.
GIblLdm 19.33 -47 +12.7
Grvth&la 1.2.90 -.09 +8.2
GrwthOp 7.36 -.40 +26.1
Adviserm 22.81 -.11 +82.0
Stock 56.41 -..29 +11.5
Index 32.94 -.13 +7.6
InilOpp 14.18 -.17 +17.1
MIdCap 30.02 -.53 +21.2
SmallCoe 21.09 -.056 +31.5
HartfordHLSIB1:
.Adlussp 22:97 -.11 +7.1
Bondp i-t1e16 '-.02 .1
sCEpApprerp 34i57 -1.08 +18.4
ILI e 217 0 '.-14 -17.3
Heartand Fda:
Value 50.19 -.31 +17.8
Hennessy Funds:
Corowa 21.06 -.056 +17.9
ComoGrol 231.76 -.96 +17.9
lollEialFd 15.53 -.10 +1.3
Hotchtds &WVlay:
LgCpVail 24.00 -.04 +9.9
LgCpValA p 23.91 -.04 +1.64
MdCpValAp 29.31 -.17 +14.8
MidCpVal 129.43 -.17 +15.1
HussmnStrBGr 16.05' +. +10.6
ICM SmICa 39.13 45 +6.2
ICON Fds: .
Energy 32.32 -2.44 +28.8
ING Funds Cl A: L
IntValAnp 19.09 -.02 +15.5
ING Partners:
TRPGrEqI n 54.00 -.54 +11.2
INGT,MQ&h:,
IntVall 19.10 .02 +15.9
ISI Funds:
NoAme p 7.33 -.06 -r.I
Ivy Funds:
GINatRsAip 28.06 -1.06 +22.0
JPMorgmn A Class:
InvBal]p 12.42. -.0 +8.1
IsvGr&lnAp 13.87 -.09 +7.9
MdCpVal p 24.22 -.04 +10.2
JPMorgan C Class:
ovu...si -3.9 -.05 +9.86
JP Morgan Insl:
S,,m : 2 -.04 +107'
JPMorgan Select:
InOEq 34.23 -.18 +14.8
lnrepdGtr 2127 -.32 -+11.4
MdCpValu: .... '0
USEquoy -11.28 -.05 "0.
JPMorgan Sel Clo:
CoeBornd 10.49 "-.02 +2.3
CorePlusBdn 7.68 -.01 .+2.
DMdCpGrt 26.27 -.46 +17.9
Eqlndx 29.27 -.11 .+7.8
HiYIdBAnd! 8.24 +3.9
Inlourdln 10.26 -.02 +2.2
nlmdTFABd 10.60 -.02 +2.3
nttlEqi 23.87 -.06 +17.4
InslrAmer 25.12 -.25 +10.2
LgCapVal 16.26 -.05 +68.1
LgCapOr 16.15 -.26 +10.9
:,'', r .,.." +1.8
:,,,,,, 1, +,,: -.0)1 +2.8
SmpGpoos 47.03 "-.82 +16.9'
THiYrBonn 12.67 -.02 +2.9
JP Morgan Uitra: 0 +2.8
MlgEsc~od 10.32 -.01 ..
Janus : '
Oasaoeodni 22.00 -.13 +10.7
Conlrurdan 12.21 -.05 +24.1
ComEq 24.7a -.25 +22.1
Enleryr 44.09 -.00 +15.3
FodlxEuan. 6 .96 -.02 +3.3
Flxonod -ii -.23 .1,6
Fond nul s -.29 +7.8"
01 G Ue~al or 21.20 -.17 +22.7
,-Ii--.:r. 12.30 -.31 +18.8
,-ar, I..' u 37.04 -.81 +18.7
Mecorysn 22.20 -,33 +10.5
MdCpVIIsst 22..04 -.10 +12.3
MidCapVat 22.90 -.10 +12.2.
Olympusa., 33.20 -.39 +18.8
edeon 8.588 -.18 .2.5.8
Guesesasor 30.00 -.089 +41.0
OhTm~d 3.86 -.01 +1.9
OCVlsst 20.00 -.23 +12.4
5CVInu 25.00 :-.23 +12.2
Twenly 46.00 -1.18 :
Veolor 62.81 -1.46 ,li
Wd4110nr 44.20 -.30 +7.0
Janus AdoS Shra:
Forty 20.00 -.82 +15.6
Janua Aspen leadJ:
Balaneod 20.42 -.15 +10.0
WoddnGr n 20.49 -.18 +7.2
Jennlaonflryden A:
elerdA .10.33 -.41 +20.1
GrowthA 16.17 -.35 +17.0
HiYIdA p 5.67 -.02 +3.0
IesurudA 10.74 -.03 +3.1
UtirtyA 14.75 -.35 .27.3
ValueA p 20.76 -.17 +18.5
Jennlsoonryden B:
Growths 14.84 -.32 +12.9
Hi00dBnt 5.66 -.52 +3.3
IssuredB 10186 -.22' +2.0


Jennisoniryden Z&I:
GrowthZ 16.63 -.35 +18.1
Stkldxl n 20.60 -.11 +7.7
Jesan J 24.61 +.40 +1.6
John Hancock A:
BondAp 14.77 -.05 +1.7
ClassicVal p 25.48 +.01 +13.0
RgBkA 39.60 ... +8,1
StrIncA p 6.81 -.05 +2.56
USGIbLdram n 28.71 +.19 +4.7
John Hancock B:
StrlncB 86.81 -.05 +1.8
John Hancock CI 1:
LSAggresas 15.89 ... NS
LSEBance ,'14.15 ... NS
LS Conserve 13.45 ... NS
LSGrowth 14.38 .. NS
LS Moder 13.47 .. NS
Julius Ber Funds:
InlEql r 39.07 -.82 +20.6
IntlEqA 38.34 -.61 +20.3
KeelSmCp p 46.74 -1.48 +21.3
LSVValEqn 16.86 -.14 +12.1
Laudus Funds:
InUMMstl 18,.9 -.18 +20.6
US SmCp n 13.37 -.27 +12.5
a dInsld:
EmgMktl 18.92 -.64 +37,7
InOEqlinstI 14.77 -.07 +14.4


Name: Name oi mutual fund and family
NAV: Net asset value. or price at which fund coula be said. lo
last day of ine weeK. .
Chg: Weekly net change.in the INAV." .
12 mo% rtn:The percent gain or lose for one share.inoiuding
reilnvesinment at dividends, overt 12 mronti s '
Mutual Fund Footnotes e Fx-capdtal gains distribution f -
Previous day's quote nn'- No-load tuno. p Fund aasselta used to
pay alatTilution costs r Redemption taae Or cohfingent
adeerred sales load may apply. s Stock dividend or split. it -
Both p and r x Ex-cash dividend NA No information avail-
able NE Data in question NN Fund aoes not wish lobe.
Iracked NS Fund did not e.istE at star datem
Source: Lipper, Inc. andThe Assoclated Press


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
Legg Mason: Fd
OpportTrt 17.42 -.23 +18.7
SpIn np 45.59 -.37 +15.2
VonRr p 67.68 -.19 +7.3
Legg Mason lnsal:
BFM SmCp 11.76 -.37 +11.7
ValTrFl p 73.46 -.73 +8.0
VlrioTnst 74.66 -.73 +8.4
Leuthold Funds:
Coelnvst nal 17.43 -.202 +12.2
Longleaf Partners:
Partners 32.36 -.02 +7.5
Intl n 17.82 -.00 +12.5
SmCap 27.65 -.41 +11.5
Loomls Sayles:
LSBOndl 132.88 -.13 +5.7
StrnAc 14.20 -.14 +4.1
LSBondR 13.84 -.14 +5.4
StrlncA 14,23, -.14 +4.8
Lord Abbett A:
AfdY 1., 14.75 -.03 A+s.
AM.'+apV 12.45 -.09 +11.3
BalanlsttAx 11.48 -.0 +5.7
BondDebA px .7.80 -.00 +2.6
GIlncA p 6.68 --.10 -5.6
MidCapAp 22.17 -.17 +9.4
RsSmCpA 31.24 -.66 +24.6
RsAmVa lp 12.33 -.0 +4.1
Lord Abbett B:
Aesidep 14.79 -.04 +6.0
BdDbB px 7.81 -.07 +2.1
MidCapV p 21.37 -.17 +8.7
Lord Abbott C:
ARIMiC p 14.76 -.05 +A.1
BdDbG px 7.82 -.07 +2.1
MiGCapVIC p 2120 -.17 +086
Lord Abbett Y:
AMY 14.77 -.04. .1
MdCapVI p 22.15 .17 +9.8
MFS Funds A:
MIA 19.04 -13 .0-9.7
MIGA 13.17 -.10 +8.3
uBondA 12.52 -.05 +1.2
CapOp 13.85 -.14 +3.7
ErmGrA 35.74 -.77 +15.5
GvOScA 9.392 -.03 +1.8
GrOpA 9.12 -.08 +4.2
Hi1 2, 3.81 -.02 +2.5
IsINwDA 25.18 -.21 +19.8
MuBOdA 10.52 -.03 +3.3
MuHIA t 8.41 -.01 +6.4
MuILA 12.10 -.02 +4.1
ResBoavtA 9.97 -.04 +1.5
RschA 22.01 -.33 +7.9
ResoChltA 18.09 -.20 8.0
TotRA, 15.57 '-.7 +7.
UOIA 13.01 -.29 .i16
'.5Lu O s A-.10 -:6
MFIS Funds B:
MAS nB 18657 -13 -?..
EmGrB 32.87 -.71 +~7.
'MIGB -12.01. -10 ..
C.'s,: o38 -.02
Hci'. 283 ".01 -: 1
Ms'.. 1657 -53. -J
TCi 1,I b I56 --'03 -i i
.i-u8 692 .11 i
MFS Funds C:
T.FIAItC I 1062 -.08'0 i
Spli,. -1900 -.10 -
MFS Fundsa : I
RelonT, 1851 25 +0 ,
Valuu -24.20 -.10 -
MFS FundsoInstd :










'r...Eus. v i9 -,00 +1.8
MaInStay Funds A:
H10144 2 6.26 -14
MainSteay Funds B:
CpcppS 1 29.26 -.51 +u .
ConvB1 13.93 -.24 +8.0
GovtBt 8.13 -2.0 +1.A
HIYIdBB t 6.23 +2.5
InlEq8 13:56 -.07 '+7.1-
SmCpGrB p 15.44 -.44 +8.0
TORS1t 129.15 -15 +7.3
MaInStay Funds1 I:
S&PI9Ck 29.632 -.12 +7.7
Makes & Power
Growth n 74.37 +.15. +8.
Managers Funds:
Fmraontl3dn 110.25 -.4 ,
SpOIEq 0 91.56 -1.17 -5
Mamco Funds: "
F,."r 18.482 -.336 +14
Ho..9p .9 2 -.350 +10.7
Maeeiutuel nst: -. 2 1











NJun~d 107 -.02 +512
Master Select:
E.SPu0 '0 -.21 +9.4,
',r. -.25' +22.4'
Martthews Asianh:
+a,'i.Ci 2545 -.290 +.1i
1'u0oTe 12.91 -.5 '+22.26
Mellon Funds:,
BondFund 12.24 -.02 +1.6
.EmgMkts 24.12 -6.06 +29.0
lnsiFund 16.48 ... +12.3
LrgC B 10.273 -.10 +7.7
MkicoplT 14.51 -.40. +21.6
MergerFd i 15.21 +.203 +5.0
Meridian Funds:
Growth 38.77 -.055 +10.6
Value 36.M -.054 +8.3
Merrill Lynch A:
ES]CapA p 26.18 -.07 +5.9
BaaValA p 32.19 -07 +7.4
FdGrAp 18.92 -.26 +10.5
GlIbAAp 17.52 -.15 +11.4
HealthAp 6.93 -.04 +24.7
NJMunIBd 12.67 0 3 +5.2
BS&P0.sp .15.72 -.00 .+7.5
Merrill Lynch B:.
6 ,C.svli 1 25.45 -.07 +6.1
b, su r .31.59 -.07 +.68
nl.tH u r6" t -.03 +2.6
al,,:r, Ils -.02 +2.8
N:,"iBt 11.t43 .04 +0.9
CpiBt 11.600 04 +1.A
EqultyDItv 126.37 -.25 +10.3
EumBt ,1 12.0 -.10 +13.1
d uI: I 613.14 +.02 4..7
Fr,,,,i 17.332 -.25 +9.5
FLM8 t 10.34 -.04 +4.0
G0oAIB 17.16 -.15 +10.6
HetalnthB ,i -.22 3 +23.8
L'.'B. I a1 043 -2.00 +62.4
Ly "p i, p .'Q:: m -'A -20 +13.8
MnBaBal t ,7.82 -.022 +31
BVrI 3I -.01 +1.8
M.u.'.ll. i1T,,, 44' ... +1.3'
l.u',Ti, r ~iv 1 --03 +1.8
8h J5 nII 0.J -.02 +3.8
NJMB.- 10.67 -.02 +4.8
NYMnBIt 10.98 -.02 +3.7
NaolRsTrIBt 47.650 -2.73. 10.3
PanB t 23.62 -.04 +21.8
PAMB t1 11.20 -.03 +3.4
ValueOpplt 24.34 -.36 +17.3
USGovt 9.96 -.02 +1.2
U1lTIcm I 12.33 -.23 +13.7
WldlncB t 6,05 -.15 -4.9
Merrill Lynch C: e
Fd~rG t 17.42 -.256 +.6
GlobAIC 1, 16.63 -.14 "+10.5
Merrill Lynch I:
InblVal 28.79 -.21 +14.3
eslaCapi 26.26, -.07 +6.2
BsuVall 3234 -.07 +7.7
BdHIlne 25.08 -.03 +3.5
CainsMB 11.52 -.03 +3.2
coreB4Ptlit 11.43 -.04 +1.7
CpITI 11.60 -.04 +1.6


12-mo.
Name NAV ohg %rtn
DevCaplbp 24.50 -1.21 +35.3
EquityDiv 125.34 -.250 +11.4
Eurml 19.83 -.12 +14.2
FocuValuel 14.53 +.03 +8.9
FundlGr] 19.34 -.27 +10.7
FULII 10.34 -.04 +4.5
GIAII0 1 17.57 -.16 +11.6.
Healthli 7.6 -.04 +25.2
LatAml 42.37 +3.13 +64.0
MnInsi 7.83 -.02 +4.0
MonSahornm 9.91 +1.7
MuolTrI 10.18 -.0 +2.1
Mali S 10.49 -.02 +4.7
NaResTrt 50.75 .-2.90 +31.6
PaoDl 25.75 -.04 2.1
&P50 '10.76 -.00 +7.7
ValueOpty 27.29 -.40 +18.4
USGovt 9.95 -.02 +1.9
UtlTIcmi 12.37 -.23 +14.5
WIdIna 6.06 -.14 -4.0
Metro West Fds:
TotalRetBondi 9.48 -.01 .+2.6
Mldas Funds:
Midas Fd n 3.36 -.24 +52.0
Monetta Funds:
Moeial n 12.47 -.29 +19.7
MonetagGrx 24.12 -.20 +6.2
Morgan Stanley A:
AOppA 27.04 -.856 +14.4
DIuvGhA 33.A9 -.24 +5.3
EqtyWtdAp 40.15 -.28 +12.3
GOMMONA 14.92 +7.9
US GvtA 8. 96 -.03 +2.7
Morgan StanleyB:
O.+,,., 25.31 80 +13.2
C.' .6ih 33.03 -.23 +5.4
GIbDWiB 15.10 +A.02
GrowthB 13. 56 -.37I +16.7
StratB 19.52 -.13 +10.9
Morgan Stanley D: '
Tr.ED .W it. -.03 +4.2
MorganStanley Inst:
EmMkl n 27.73 -1.22 +35.3
CrPIFssIns 11.44 -.02 +3.9
GIValEqA n 18.4 .. '+7.7
,,:u,,s..c 25.27 -.07- +12.1
h. .121 21.27 7-.04 +7.8
!n11EqBnp 21.10 00 +7.56
LdDurP n 10.28 + .01 +2.7
MCapGrn 26.00 -.35 +25.6
MCGrAdvp. 25.35 -34 +254
SmiCGrBnop 1297 "-.26 +196
SmICoGrAn 13.59 -.27 +20.2
'USLgCpGrA 19.032 51 +17.7
U.' 26r 4 1.-i +.61 +30.1
ur'....i.. ., 63 -1.89 +8.39
Mundem Funds A:
il.+l.+ 7.oX. -i .+221
Mutual Series:
HIY.zx,"Z .0: 04 +12.8
nt,,:q. :1219 -.0i +10.2
i palr, 1 25 ;: r +15.1
'r.,' :..2 I-.1 +13.2
Neuberger&Berrn Ins:
iieF..,.. +16 -'2L +8.7
,'- ,. i i a. +14.6
H2Y,, .,iu .0u +14.9
5."' I ". '1 +9.4
,'1,. v 11 .I .0 +23.5.
',.m,- .58 r'.6 -'. .416.1
tNeuberger&Berm 1":
W--s.' .,k ,I n313 -lit +14.5











Cicar 24 4 -1 02 +14,5
u.'t.. + 20.1 -44 +15.9
Nicholas Applegate:
Il-mCpr 2 1i Li +320.8
NIcholas Group:
Hina.-.r 4 2 14 +2.8
Sle.:ioli, 36Q -4 4 +8.3
tiorthest Invsestors:
:TrsI 1 27.49 -.01 +3.S
Northern Funds:
Hi lnc l n 8.01 -.04 +2.4
InsEqIdx r LN
KnTrEqn 12.19 -.08 +13.2
LrgcapVal 13.25 .+.09 .4
11 -.19 +16,.
l-.-,*i5. 1147 -.26 +8.9
Nuveen CI'A:
HYidMuBd px 22.080 -.10 +7.0
Nuveen CI R:
InM. R, 11078 -.06 +3.7.
-ChI, VA.9. ': -.06 +3.4
Oak Assoc Fda:
IWhMOalS3r 1.693 -.95 +0.2
Oakma6k7 Fundsa I:
Er,'.. 25.07 -.23 +34.0
.,.s..i 3024.54 -.02 +15.5
Intl Ir 2411 -.00 +16.9
InOLmCpr r 21.513 -.20 +20.1
OaLar hr 41.80 .' "+2.3'
BnetrdA 33.43 -.04 +8.21
Old, Mutual AdvlI;:-,,
Te) &ComZ-nrr 12.60 "-.52 +18.6'
Old Westbury Fds:
sIntsn 12.559 -.0 +17.3
RealtAum 10.94: -.-26 9NS
Olateln Funds:
S' cp 4. 1 14 -.14 +4.4
Oppenheimer A: .
AWTFrMu. 10 l1 -.02 +7.2
AIMTF.Y 1 300 -.03 +8.2
."M.'.-.i. 11p 47 -02 .8
Cai.A.OAp p. 44.10 -.66 +42
C.,pi.,A. 11,88 -.05 +2.4
ChincAp 9.32 -.04 +2.9
DevMutAp 39.24, 8-.6 +42.2
DiscFdp 46.76 -1.18 +11.1
EGjib A 10.78 -.16 +11.2
GIstd.. 0069.62 -.58 +20.4
Miniui 740.51 -.67 +36.6
t 25.41. -1.89 +.34.5
i.-ira n 30.97 -.75 +16.7
r., tt. 9.37 -.04 +3.1
,.,6lo3A 5.90 -.11 +6.4
M.1.6-i.u, 22,99 -.14 +18.9
Opi.e.h' 22.1 a 4 +31,7
LT...--. 1 9.93 -.01 +2.1
LtdTinMu 15.77 -.02 +5.8
MSlFdA 38.43 -.24 +9.2
MQ tA.ni. 28.a 6 14p -.10 +11.0
0 tPNAi, -.39 +19.5
P' ca 't, -.29 +216.7
PAA "'A' :4 -.02 +7.8
n 16.iA u p, ":u -.38 +0.1
2.Pi,,A u i J P, -.65 +14.0
StrincA p ,4120 -.05 +4.7
USGotpr 9.40 -.03 +1.9
ValueAp 23.72 -.15 +5.9
Oppenheimer B:
AMTFrMuB 10.08 -.02, +6.4,
AMT-FrNY 12.53 -.03 +74
CapAppB p 40.57 -.61 +7.3
CapilncBt 11.74 -.0 S +1.5
ChlncBt 9.34 -.05 +2.1
Equity B 10.33 -.16 +10.3
GloblBt 65.00 -.54 +19.5
GIbOppB. 38.93 -.65 +35.5
H68]dB t1 9.22 -.05 +2.2
MnstFdB 37.35 -.24 +8.4
StrIncBt1 4.22 -.04 +4,2
Oppenheimer C&M:
DevMktC.t 38.45 -.84 +41.2
GlobhalC p 66.10 -.55 +19.6
MnstFdC 37.28 -.24 +8.4
Oppenheim Quest.:
,n'&.'5, 17.86 -.06 +2.7
17.57 -.04 +2.0
'.,,lar.6 17,55 -.04 .1.8
0OpptyA 28.60 -.11 +1.5
Oppenheimer Roch:"
LtdNYA p 2'3.37 +5.0
LtdNYC 213.38 +4.2


12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn
r.r IMu: I 1'11 ... +7.6
A.?.I c. 1 ,s -.03 +8.8
H,, mJ..' 03' -u +78
:liiln J. LA I i 4 ... '+,4
PIMCO Admin PIMS:
r..iatu ? -.04 +2.5
FIMCO Inatl PIMS:
S' 1 -.12 -
,.T,,..i iJ.'I -.67 +0.3.
'.. ,, -.12 NS'
i, -.08 +50.
.,n.F ci i ., -.16 +11.9
I, I i -.02 +5.8
-.19 -8.8
,, -.05 +4.7
i.:.r.,'... i -.16 -6.3
:. -.04 +5.0
,.U..,, -.s: -.01 +1.9
L r ..: f.It -0 +2.1
M Ouh i .u -.02 +1.9
AReelstum 11.44 -.25 +1.2
RealRealltnsl 10.89 -.14 +1.
ShudT 9.98 .+3.0
TotRet n 10.37 -.04 +2.7
TA 11u 09.87 -.02 +2.4
TRIIIn 9.17 -.22 +2.4
PIMCO Funds A:
AlIAsestp 12.63 -.12 +4.6
CommodRR p 13.55 -.67 -0.1
HiYadA 9.76 -.04 +4.6
LowDurA 9092 -.01 +1.4
RealRsAp 10.89 -.14 +1.1,
TotIRiA 10.37 -.04 +2.2
PIMCO Funds B:
ReatiIB t 1 0.89 -.14, +0.23
TotRIB t 10.37 -.04 +1.5
PIMCO Funds C:
AllAsseC t 12.53 -.13 +3.8
CommRRp 13.42 -.67 -0.9
RealnRetCp 10.89 -.14 +0.0
TotRICh 10.37 -.04 +1.5
PIMCO Fund s D:
ConimodRR p 13.56 -.67 -0.1
RealRtn p 10.89 -.14 +1.1
ToMRdnp 10.37 -.04 +2.4
Parnassse Funds:
E ylnCoa n 24.73 -.22 +0.2
PaxWodld:
BalanceAd 24.32 -.22 +8.1
PennMuiCp 10.90 -.13 +18.1
PhoenlxFunds A:
BalanA 15.00 +.05 +5.0
CapGdhA 15,.57 -.15 +6.9
IntIA 11.92 -.08 +16.2
MualSstAp 4.70 -.02 +2.1
Pioneer Funds A:
BalancAp 10.07 .. +4.5
BonudAp 9.05 -.203 +.1.4
EqcincAp 3.0 +.05 +8.3
Eidx 34.51 -.30 +10.6
,u. 12.70 -.02 +5.7.
FL.-inkmw. 10.04 -.13 +0.
,,i-a 21.10 -.24' -1.
MdCpGrA 15.52 -.28 +7.4
MtdCpVaA p 23.93 -.22 +.
PionFdA p 4.609 -.25 +0.1
TaxFemeAp 11.00 -.02 +3.9
ValueA p 17.86 -.16 +6.3
Pioneer Funds B:
HiYeldBat 10.00 -.14 3+2.5
MIdGapVlA B 20.O -.19 +7.8
Pioneer Funds C: .
HiYIdC t 10.98 -.14 +2.0
Pice Funds Adv:
EqtMlcp 26.87 -.08 +7.1
Growthpn ,28.93 -.31 +11.3
HiYMdp 6.90 -.03 +3.4
Price Funds:
BElanoen 20.13 -.08 +26.4
BlueChIpG n '33.25 -.41 +10.6
CaTx n 10.95 -.03 +3.6
CpApr n ,20.67 -.08 +8.0
DIvGrom n 23.55 -.06 +7.0.
EPgEuorpe 27.65 -2.20 +45.1
EmMktS6n 27.52 -1.07 +36,7.
ESqlnc n 26.93 -.08 +7.3
Eqldx n 34.56 -.14 +7.7
Eumpen 18.40 -.26 +12.2
FLInan n 10.71 -.03 +2.0
ONM n,u .37 -.02 +2.0
Gmrwthn 20.15 -.31 +11.6
GwhlInn 21.12 -.15 0 +,8
HlthScn 26.70 -.208 433.1
HiYId n 6.91 -.03 +3.6
FrEqn' 1 E10 -.16 +17.4
tnsoBdun 9.19 -.19 -8.1
Inlas 44.04. *-.25 +27.3
tlnGr&l0nc 14.90 -.05 +16.9
thtStk 0n 15.36 -14 .17.1
Japann 11.24 +.15 +30.1
LutAmn 20.00 -2.19 +87.3.
MdShtn 2.11 -.01 +1.3
MdTxFrn 10.63 -.02 .it
MedlaTlSn 35.03 -.53 V
Midcapn 56.17 -.96 +20.8
MCopVan n 24.34 -.04 +12.6
NswAwin 32.43 -.37 A3
N Asia n 12.59 -.04 S .4
NewEam n 42.29 .-1.95 +21.9
NwHrzn n 33.64 -.64 +20.4
-Newlncen 8.85 -.B03 +2.3
NYTrxF n 11.20 -.03 +3.6
PSauln in II -.13 +.r
PSGrown .2' -.20 +10.'-
PStIncon i t1 -.08 +6.;
RalEst n 21.96. +66 +35.
A2010n '14.95 -.07 +3.8
R2015 11.54 -.06 +95
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Cla2ssic W C1,60 .0 1"6
R I203n 17.06 -21 .1,i
-,,ah i r. 5 .' 4' -,, 4

S.. pn'.I." 18.i4-,,t ., .-' ,
pacGr i l.4 -. -
Speclnn "11.790 -." .-'
TxFsmAn 9.03 -(
TxFrHYn 1.1. -90i +5s
Iptm n 11.00 -of 5.1
TxFrSIin 5.32 -.1i +1 6
US1 in 25.21 -.. +-0.
.US Long 1147. -.11 +2.0
VA TFp n 11.59 -.03 +3.4
Value n 24.31 ... +23
Principal Inv:., I
BdMtglnstl 10.06 -.03 +2.0
i,..ilIn.l 11.90 -.08 +22i5
i v I.. 13.94 -.07 +8.2
PIrLG I 8.23 -.14 +13.1
Putnam FundaA:.
/umGn Apx 0.01 -.03 +1.9'
AAEalA px 11.38 -.09 +P.0
AAGthAp 12.62 -.09 +1.7
AZTE6 59.18 -.01 +3.3
CATxAp 8.17 -.02 +3.4
CiascEqAp 13.60 -.09 0 .
Conslp 17.47 -.21 .3
DIscGr .19,16 -.34 +4.
DvrlnApxE 9.80 -.09 +33
EqInAp 17.33- -.00 :.4
EumEq A 24.47 -.232 .1d
FLTxA 9.13 -.02' z
:GenAp 18.16 -.05 +3.2
GIGvA p 11.0 -.14 -5.1
GlbEqty p 9.51. -.11 +1'
GrInApx 20.23 -.10 +'1.
1HithAP 63.56 ... +16.0,
HiYdA p 7.96 -.02 +4.0
HYAdAp 5.99 -.02 +3.6
IncmAsp 6.70 -.01" +2.0
hnItEqhp 27.632 -.10 +15.0
lntIdn p 14.19 -.05 +17.5
nthlCapO p 30.58 -22 +18.9
onvAp 13.86 -.17 +10.8
MITx p 18.96. -,02 +3.1
MNTxhp 0.96 -.02 +2.9
NJTxA p 9.17 -.02 +3.3
NwOpAp 47.31 -.81 +14.1
NwValAp 16.48 -.05 +7.9
NYTxA p .63 -.01 +3.3
OTCAp 8.35 -.10, +14.1
PAT9 9.080 -.02 +.3
TxExA p 8.75 -.01 +3.4
TFInAp -14.61 -.04 +3.0
TPHYA 12.00 -.01 +5.6
USOGuApe 13.03 -.04 +2.1
UtliAp '11.07. -.;. +3.5
VotuAp 11.17 -:. +16,0
VoyAp 17.40' -.209 .+7.9
Putnam Fonda B"
0.0,[,, 't -.20 .+11.1
CIlasslcEqat 13.40 -sOh +.8~
DlscGdrath 17.62 -.32 +11.2
DurKnl 0x.972 -.09. +1.80


12-mo.
Name NAV chig %rtn
Eqlnct 17.17 -.06 +6.0
EuEqty B 23.66 -.23 +12.7
FLTxBt 9.12 -.02 +2.6
G0nB t 17.99 -.05 +4.4
GlIncB t 11.86 -.14 -5.7
GIbEqtly t 8.69 -.10 +10.6
GINIRst 27.33 -1.20 +23.8
GrlnB tx 16.95 -.06 +6.2
HIthB1t 57.22 ... +15.0
HiYdB1 7.92 -.02 43.2
HYAdvB t 5.91 -.02 +2.8
lncomeBt 6.66 -.01 +14
IntlEq p 26.63 -.10 +14.9
IntGOrln t1 13.96 -:.06 +16.6
InuNol I 13.39 -.10 +17.2
InvBt 12.73 -.16 +9.0
NJTxBt 9.16 -.02 +2.6
NwOppBt 42.36 -74 +13.3
NoNVal p 18.21 -.05 +7.1
NYTxBst 8.61 -.02 +2.7
OTCBt 7.36 -.16 +13.4
TxEXB t 08.75 -.02 +2.7
TFHYBt 12.97 -.01 +5.0
TFIn 14.83 -.04 +2.3
USGB txs 12.97 -.03 +1.4
Ut0lB 1 11.00 -.22 +7.0
VlstsB1t 9.71 -.20 +15.0
VoySm1 15.26 -.25 +7.2
Putnam Funds M:
Dvrlncpex 9.71 -.09 +2.3
Putnam FundaY:
Gric x 20.27 -.11 +7.2
income 6.74 -.01 +2.2
,qii.l 127.61 -.10 +16.1
.b.nda: 18.02 -.30 +8.2
RS Funds:
RSEmGrnlp 34!53 -.690 +16.0
RSNatRles np 33.69 -1.408 +33.1
RPartsem 34.47 -.53 +16.0
ValueFd 25.07 -.46 +12.0
Rainier i 4v 0Mgt:
SmMCap 35.055 -.095 +22.6
RivseSourcelAXP A:
alancedA x 10.0 -.05 +54
Dlasovery 10.12 -.18 +16.3
DEI 12.67 -.18 +17.6
Dirvrd 4.75 -.02 +11.7
DOvOppA 7.75 -.04 +8.3
EqlyValp 11.95 -.15 +16.3
GIblEqty 6.08 -.12, +18.5
GSrotgh 30.09 +.10 +104.4
HiYldBond 2.89 -.01 +4.6
HIY]dTxExA 4.37 -.01 +3,1
lIsre 0.33 -.02 +2.8
InlSalVal p 9.84 -.04 +23.2
LgCpEqA px 5.48 -.03 +.0
Mass 5.290 -.02 +2.4
Michr 5.22 -.02 +2.09
MIdCapGrA 14.48 -.31 +15.1
MidCpVael p. 0.77 -.16 +18.8
Minn 05.24" -.02 +2.7
NewS 419.56 -.89 +7.1
NY 5.03. -.01 +2.9
Ohio 5.24 -.01 +2.5
SDGovto 4.71 -.01 +1.8
Smolndex 8.850 -.13 +14.8
Stock px 20.52 -.59 +8.18
StrIgc AIA 10.4 -.09 +10.4
R versource/AXlP B:
DlvIrEqlnc t 12.56 -.18 +16.7
EqValp 11.96. -.16 +105.4
NewD te 18.12 -.90 +6.3
RiverSourcnWAXPY:
NewDvne 19.68 -.90 +7.3
Royce Funds:
LowPrStk r 16.86 -.35 +21.7
MicrCapln 17.41 -.31 +24.0
Oppylr 13.53 -.21 +18.1
PennMulm 1149.0 -.13 +19.4
Pmmredi nr 17.77- -.250 +24.0
.TotRell m 13.25 -.14 +13.6
Russell Funds S:
ivBoaundS 23.07 -.05 +1.7
DWioEqS .46.31 -.44 +.10.7
EmerMuis 20.02 -.87 +30.6
IntUEc 71.11 6-.0 +16.9
t. rii,.'.t is,. -,02 +2.1
u,"",n.1 0.- 4J -.33 -9.1
REBcS o '46.59 +1.37 +32.1
'r,...1,,. 0'i ins +.01 +2.0
Li r :.iar' .' .3, -1.14 +.1"
Russell Intl I'
r.1',t "ie 6 : -.30 +11.0
lur, 66i 1dl -.33 +9.5
SI01 40.33 -.33 +17.05
Russell/LfePtsaC:
b. rl ip'r. iI!- ) -.0. +8.7
Russell LfePt 0D.
: ulii.' .. I I ." -07 +0.1-
Rydex Advisor. I
OTC. '003 A -.23 +74
Rydex Investor
OTCs 11.22 -.23 +8.1
SE Portfolios:
umrFxiA n. 10.22 -.0 +2.0
'Iu.PAiINr, lr I: -s15 +14.9
,,.,MtirqIr, 1 "6 -.64 +3D.9
E lin n 32.21. -.16 +7.7
homrs 8.43 -.2 +2.5
thtMunIA 10.75 -.02 '+2.1
InIEqAn 12.90 -.07 +16.5.
IntFlxAn 10.632 -0 -9.71
LCGomAn 20.14 -.14 +11.8
Li: & ,, 1. -.140 +9.1
a,'P., i,', 4. -.49 +20.6
",,,p ,' :24066 -.34 +14.5
Smp5L." 25. 3 -.09 +10.1
SSgA Funds. '
Em-MIk 0 41 -.99 +36.2
SoP:,L e. -. I, -.08 +7.8
STI Classic: -a .
loa., -u4 +2.9

1. 05, r. 59 +2.2













'0~~o 79) -.23 PS +21.2
L,."lc I14 -,05 +7.5
U?/Bll 1 -.02 +9.7
O,'P.'n-v i ,l -.18 l3.7
,., 2Z, l-.47- .20D.1
Salomon Brothers:
6..-:.Ap 7.81 "-.01 +5.7
Oppeort 53.06 .10 +12.7
ScihroFunds:r Fnd:
NAmEqInvn 11.66 -.10 +80.1
Schwab Funds:
InSS r 18.75 -.06 +15.6
1d01iavr 37.27 -.23 +9.1
1000et 37.26 -.24 +3.2
S&PInvr 19.78 -.008 +7.7
S&P Sel n 19.85 -.08' +7.9
S&PlhsSel 10.11 -.04 +3.0
SmCplhn 24.50 -.34 +15.6
SmCapSel 24.53 -.33 +15.0
YdPlsSel 9.6, ..., +3.8
Selected Funds:
A r ":C tad -2.17 +1.4+
Ada.r,. 14.1. -.10 .8.1
Seligman Group:
g,,at,,,, 1.'2 6 -.46 +21.5
FontlerAt 13.67 -.038 +10.8
FronterD t 11.85 -.33 +10.0
GLbSmCCoA 17.91 -.23 +21.0
GlobTechA 14.74 -.20 +21.0
H;'.YB4F. 3 3? -.02 +2.0
Sentinel Group:
,.., r Ap is u; -.15 .+8.3
SmCoAp 7.,5 -.13 +15.T7
Sequoia 157.51 +1.23- +7.
Sit Funds:
LargeCpGrn 37.78 -.49 +12.9
Smith Barney A:
AgGrA p 112.19 -2.67 +16.5
ApprAp 14.79 +.01 +3.6
FdValAp 15.16 -.11 +9.4
HilncAt 1 6.75 -.20 +3.4
IntWlA OGrAp 13.29 -.06 +143
LgCapGAp 22.66 -.17 +9.1
MgMuAp 15.44 +.02 +3.7
SBCaplncA 17.67 -.04 +10.4
Smith Barney B&P:
AgGrBt +. u4 '-2.09 +17.5
Apprl '', + ... ..7
FoValItl 14.19 -.10 +8.5
LgCeapG~t 21.20 -.16 +8.3
OSCopinct 17.43 -.84 .40.0
smith Barney C: ,
Agg10r0 99.11 -2.00 +17.f6
,FdVaIC 14.19 -.-10 .0,5
LrgcpCrt 12.91 ,-.20 +12.8
LgCupC p 2'1.27 -.15 .-I.3.
Smith Barney 1:
DNiv~rstl 17.22 +.07 +3.5
Omrothl 16.27 '-.06 +7.0


12-too.
Name NAV chg %rtn
Smith BamrneyY:
AggGroYt 114.62 -2.99 +19,0
LgCapGroY 23.40 -.17 +9.6
SoundSh n 37.36 -.30 +,3
St FarmAssoc:
Balan n 52.02 -.07 +5.6
Gwth n 51.73 -.15. +6.7
Stratton Funds:
Divldend n 37.92 +1.19 +22,3
Growth 44.99 -1.44 +10.4
SmC ap 46.44 -1.43 +17.8
SnAmerice Funds:
UGvB 1 0.22 -.02 +1.3
SunAmertca Focus:
FLgCpAp 18.43 -.44 +8.2
TCW Galileo Fds:
DvFocused 11.98 -.02 +5.2
SelEqty 19.33 -.48 +0.0
ValusOpp 23.18 -.39 +10.4
TCW Galleo N:
SelEqlyN p 18.90 -.46 +7.7
TIAA-CREF Funds:
BondPlus 10.01 +.02 +2.2
EItyindeJ 9.27 -.06 +0.0
Gmhnr 13.36 -.12 +10.6
.GmEqty 9.74 -.16 +9.3
HRIdBond 9.10 -.04 +3.0
InSEqly 12.81 -.11 +17.2
MgdAIc 11.632 -.09 +7.7
ShtTmBond P10.27 +2.1
ocChc Eqly 1.0 -.07 +11.1
TaxExBond 10.66 -.03 +2.7
Tamarack Funds:
EnterSmCp 230.899 -.46 +11.1
Value 39.74 -.02 +2.2
Templeton Inatit:
EmMS3p 20.134 -.832 +27.3
ForEqS 23.26 -.02 +14.7
Third Avenue Fds:
Inl 22.19 -.31 +15.7
ReksIEStValr 31.15 -.04 +182
OSmlCapno 25.15 -.29 +12.7
Value 56.67 -.51 +14.5
Thompson Plumb:
Growth n 459.19 -.0 +1.4
Thomburg Fds C:
IlValMCt 123.75 -.32 +20.6
Thornmburg Fds:
IntlValAip 24.84 -.33 +21.4
In2Value I 25.32 -.33 +22.0
LCdMnAyp 12.47 -.02 +1.6
YalueAl 234.81 -.43 +14.0
ThUBvent Fd s A:
HlghYId 5.05 -.02 +3.3
Income. 8.51 -.02 +1.5
LgCapStoon 25.05 -.19 +6.5
MIdcapStk 17.82 -.29 +19.1
MunlaBd 11.31 -.32 +3.3
Torryy Funds:
Fund 40.73 +.29 +7.6
TA IDEX A:
JahGroWp 25.74 --.37 +12.7
GrCoGISob p 26.65 -.23 +6.2
TrGonHY8p 9.13 -.03 +4.2
TAFlaxInco p' 9 .32 -.04 +1.3
TA IDEX C:
AsAiModGrt 12.30 -.16 +12.1
Turmer Funds:
Mi.r:nc 29.18. -.88 +20.3
n ,. .sln 527.532 -.98 +19.8
TWeedy Browne:
GnlbVal 28.16 +.10 +16.6
UBS Funds Cl A:
Dynsphat 11.05 -R04 +.9
GlobAIo t 13.75 -.06 +7.9
UBS Funds Cl C:
GSIobAeIp 13.50 -.07 +7.0
UBS PACE Fds P:
LCGrEqtyPn 16.66 -.21 +A.9
LCGEqPSn 21.59 -.18 +12.5
UMB Scout Funds:
World 29.44 -.50 +19.7
US Global Investors: -
AITLn 27.44 -.690 +15.9
EslnEuomp 43.80 -4.06 -40.4
G[bRsc n 15.41 -.73 +33.1
GIdShr 12.650 -.890 +48.8
USChina 8.31 -.32 +19.7
WIdPrcMlnn 24.77 -1.41 +46.:
.USAA Group:
Au.n~thon 31.55 -.61 +11.1,
-Ae r. 11.11 -.03 +4.0
Comsttrn 26.41 -.105 +6.4
GNMA 9.490 -.01 +2.6
C.. -'...'. +. 14.55 -.05 +8As
Orcir... 15.25 -.38 +13.7
Gr&lnc n 18.73 -.290 48.2
Ih T n 15.82 -.08 +9.2
Income 12.00 -.03 42.5
Intl n 24.94 -.10 +16.7
NYqdn 11.948 -.04 +3A.
PacMM 23.17 -1.38 +46.1
S&P IXn 19.206 -.08 +7.8
ScITech 10.96 -.17 +21.9
ShraBind .81 -.01 +2.7
SmiCapStkn 14.21t -.17 +1i2.7
TxEa.n 13.12 -.03 +3A4
TxEALTn 13.99 -.04 +43.9
TrtSh n 10.60 -.01 +2.3
VAU d"e 11.56 -.03 +3.2
WildGr n 18.74 -.01 +11.2
Value Use Fd:
Levrge fhtn 23.22 -.90 +16.3
Van Kamp Funds A:
CA rFa A lers -6 AS +3.6
Cn,: C., 16. +. +7.06 +.
C.Bt, d p ,:' -.02 +12.6
E,.Cmo ,r ,-1.22
EntAp 12.49 -.20 1.i-1
EqtyincA p 8.82 -.04 +8.4
uExchFd 374.83 -5.03 .-A
GiP ,Fn ? 24.998 +.220 2
C. e104 -.03 +!1.4
Ha.LA p l ',Id',F
Hr.2.151. I dl)' -,.I .
Hr-lip liSP .1
iiMiAoI' "i,' -dl
i,,I't 18.48 -.06 .J
MuninAp 140.65. -.03 .
PATFAp 17.31 -.04 c4.u
PcFndA p 10.29 -.208 +17.6
StrMunelan 13.31 -.01 +7.0-
US MtgeA 13.n 0 -.03 +Z.2
UfryA p 19.04 -.41 +12.7
Van Kemp Funds B:
CmAStT 18.29 +.06 +6.2
EmGrBt O 35.99 -1.05 +120.6
EntermpB 12.27 -.18 +10.1
EqtIncBl 9t 8,67 -.04 +7.6
GrtncA t 20.70 -.11 +0.5
HYMuB t 10.94 -.01 +0.8
MunlnB n 14,61 -.03 +3.2
PA TFB nt 17.25 -.04 +3.2
StrMuninc 13,80 -.5i +6.2
US MtgeN 8 1.44 -.032 +1.4
U0HB 18.97 -.41 +11.9
Van Kemp Funds C: ,.
CommStkhC 18.30 +.05 +6.2
EqIncoC t 8.70 -.05 +7.6
Vanguard Admi tral: .
In..dT..10dmr. 57:iiiL, -.22 +7.7,
BalAdml n 20.16 -.0 .+7.1
CITyAdm n 10.94 -.03 +2.8
CALTAdm 1i 1.67 -.034 +42.
CpOpAdin 81.08 -1.260 +20.4
Enetgyn 110.38 -5.27 .32.5.
EqilncAdmil 49.85 ... +7.7
EutrpAdml 1869.7 -.11 "1:
ExplAdml .74.48 -1.4d .6
'EsnldAdmn 35.99 -.65 +18.2
FLLTAdm n 11.57 -.02 +3.
96Admin 118.45 -.48 +7.9
GNMAAdm n 10.19 -.02 +3.1
GrolrcAd 25.203 -.52 +6.7
GNthAdml n 28. -.24 +.2
HithCare n 60.41 +.38 +17.2
HPmdCppn 6.15 -.04 +3.0
H1IAddm .10.77 -.03 +4.6
InsLTAdmn 12.57 -.04 +3.A
RnITO dmi 10.14 -.04 +1.4
ITsryAdmi n 10.71 -.04 +2.3
InOlGrAdmi 70.61. -.23 +18.5
ITAdml n 13.26 -.04 +2.6
ITCOAdmd 9.61 -.032 +1.
LtdlrmAdm 10.67 :-.01 +1.9
LTGrAdmi 9.20 -.08 +1.4
LTAdmin 11.21 -.04 +3,6
M~pAdmiln 22269 -1,21 +17.2
MorgAdm 06.40 -.76 +14.1
NJLTAd n 11.77' -.04 +3.5
1401.1d~m 11,21 -.04. +3.2
PanCap. 71.13 -.22 +16;2
PacfAdmI 76.40 +.-12 +22.1
PALTAdm n 11.20 -.04 +3.3
REITAdmI r 02.07 +2.74 '+32.7
STsatAdml' 12.20 -.01 +2.4


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
STBdAdmi n 9.84 -.01 +1.9
ShtTrmAdm 15.52 -.01 +2.2
STFedAdm 102D -.01 +2.3
STIGrAdm 10.47 ... +3.0
SmlCapAdmil n30 .59 -.42 +17.6
TxMCapr 61.69 -45 +10.2
TxMGrlcrn 57.51 -.23 +8.0
TtBdAdml n 9.91 -.04 +2.1
TotStkAdmnn 31.04 -22 +10.1
USGroAdmln 46.61 -1.09 +14.6
ValueAdml 23.18 -.09 +9.8
WellslAdm n 51.55 -.17 +3.6
WealInAdm n 53.56 -.26 +7.8
ut',rai n 9" -.23 +8.3
J,':.IIa,'rn, :', -.20 +8.4
Vanguard Fds: ..
AssetA n 26.09 -.10 +7.6
CAITn 10.94 -.03 +2.7
CALTn 11.67 -.03 +4.1
CapOpp n 35.096 -.54 +20.3
Convt n 14.20 -.08 +15.7
DividmndGr 13.00 +.04 +6.0
Energy 58.77 -2.81 +32.50
Eqlncro n 23.78 +.7.6
Eploren 79.98 -1.05 +18.2
FLLTF n 11.7 -.03 +3.2
ONMA n 10.19 -.02 +3.0
GlobEq 1 20.34 -.28 +13.4
GroluHno 32.46 -.32 +6.6
GrowthEq 10.80 -.21 +15.4
HYCorutn 6.15 -.04 +2.9
HithCure n 143.10 +.69 +17.1
Inlafd n 11.96 -.15 +1.5
InMIExplrn 19.23 -.11 +21.4
LTTGr 22.2 -.17 +18.3
ntlVal n 37.07 -.29 +20.0
ITI Grade b.61 -.03 +1.6
IT'mry n 10.71 -.04 +2.1
SLIFEConI 15.74 -.05 +6.0
LIFEGro n 21.0068 -.12 +9.8
LIFEoloIn 13.59 -.04 +4.1
LIFEMod n 10.90 -.09 +7.
LTInGrded n 9.20 -.00 +1.2
LTrsry n 11.17 -.10 +3.3
MorgaEn 18.18 -.25 +13.9
MuHYn 10.77 -.03 .4.
MalnsLg n 12.57 -.04 +3.9
MulnItn 13.26 -.04 +2.8
MuUdn 10.67 -.01 +1.8
MuLon n 11.21 -.04 4+.5
MuShdI n 10.52 -.01 +2.1
NJLT n 11.77 -.04 +3.4
NYLTon 11.21 -.04 +3.2
OHLTxEn n 11.93 -.04 +3.3
PA.LTn 11.29 -.04: +3.2
PocMtsMin r 25.29 -1:20 +44.0
PFtCporemn 1.0 -.07 +15.5
Pncp r 62. .3 -.96 +16.0
SelValu r 1.97, -.20 +7.2
STAR n 20.02 -.14 +9.2
STIGrwde 10,47 '. +2.8
STFedn 10.22 -.01 +2.2
OTosryn 10,26 -.01 +2.3
StratEqIn 22.94 -.32 +14.8
TgtRet2O15 11.62 -.06 +6.3
TgtRol220 12.00 -.05 +7.4
TgtRet2035 12.60 -.07 +9.0
TxMCApnr 30.64 -.223 +10.2
TaxMngdIntm12.10, -.01 +16.0
TauexMgdSCr 24.29 -.35 +1.8-
USGuro I 17. 99 -.42 +14.3.
USValues n '13.89 -.0 +8.7
Welslytn 21.27 -.07 +3.5
Wetn n 31.00 -.15 +.71
Wndsro n 17.70 -.7 +8.1
WnPosll n 2.29 -.12 +8.3
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506ns 1182.43 -.48 +7.0
Balancedsn. 20.18 -.11 +6.9
DeIvMIn 10.76 -.01 +16.8
EMkn n 20.34 -.71 +30.8
Eoropen 29.71 -.05 +13.1
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L,. ,'" 142 -.14 +9.0
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REIT r ._ +.64 +32.5
SmCapn. 30,58 -.41 +17.4
"SmlCpGrow 17.67 -.3 +19.8 "
SmlCapVal 15.56 -.11 +15.2
STMond 2 9.84 -.P1 +1.8
TotBondn 9.91 -.04 +2.0
To sthg n 15.06 -.08 +17.7
TOSntn 31.03 -.22-' +10.0
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Balinsln 20.19 -.10 +7.1
DevMktonstn 10.67 ... +16S
mEutsitk 29.74 -.04 +13.3
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GrMwthMlsa 28.03 -24 +8.4
InfPronst n 9.57 -12 +1.6
Instlldxn. +117.02 -.47 +8.0
InsPIn 117.52 -.47 +8.0
ToBdldx n 050.06 -.16 +2.2
InstoStPlus 27.95 -.19 +10.3
Midapinst n l.o9 -.260 +17.3
PFsalns n rIt 11.04 +,01 .+22.2
,anip.1. 30.61 -.4 +17.6
Blc1 0. 0.91 -.04 +2.1
CSrsInn 2 1.04r -.22 .10,2
CValu 1,,'5 .lA -. +9.9
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St.at 'lp 17."0 I: .1 +10


,;. m ', -C, .t9.4
MrL,',., .,1+ ',' -1.8 +9.9
cTc, 14.r -.12 +7.9
Victory Funds:
DPaStA 17.42- 00 +10.7
W Blair Fda Inst
LnC,,f, *. -.24 +24.7
WM Blair Mid Fds:
IttIGrewthl r 26.87 -.33 +24.1
WVM Gp of Fds A:
EqtylcAp 20.790 '-.03 +12.1
WM Sir Asset Mgmt:
BalanedAp 1A.00 -.00 +77
Balnced8t 13850 -.06 +6.9
ConGytwe 15.04 -.08 +8.6
ConGrwAp 152.51 -.08 +8.4
SpatGrAp 17.08 -.10 +10.5
Waddell & Reed Adv:m
D.r+..u.l. 6.850 -.11 +9.5
.A.:oT 9.52 -.34 +2.7
CorelnvA 6.43 -.09 +11.4
ol-'. 7.32 -.03, +2.3
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BoTechIA 11.46 -.12 +24.8
S.l.et..6, 2.00 -30 +18.4
Wasatch: I I r
leG.r, 42.73 -.45 +8.8
SntCapGth 238.73 -.70 +12.0
Weitz Funds:
PartVal 2;07' +.01 +1.5
Valusn 35.78 +.01 +1.1
Wells Fargo A dm:
- Index 51.58 -.21 +7.7
Wells Fargo Adv A:
AsetAll A 20.40 -.10 +6.4
Wells Fargo Adv:
.CmStkZ 22.85. -.35 -+16.6
GovSec nt 10.32 -.2, +1.9
Grwthlnv n 21.96 -.41 +18.1
lpptsynv n 46.32 -.59 +12.6
SCapValZ p 31.20 -72 +16.1
UftStlns 9.13 +3.6
Wells Fargo Admln:
DlsaEq I 39.090 -.32 +9.9
GohUats 29.90 -.16 +7.7
LgCoGO 48.85 -.82 +6.8
Western Asset.
Coreplss 10.20 -.22 +2.2
Coos 11.10 '-.03 +2.2
Westport Funds:
SeleetCpl 20.13 -.20 +10.4
WilllarnBlalr N:
GrowthN .11.74, -.00 +15.0
th0GthN 20.51., -,33 +23.8
Vacldban Funds:
-Foond p "15.24 +.10 +3.4


F UTUE


Exp. Open High Low Settle Chg Exp. Open High Low


CORN (CBOT)
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Mar06 223.00 228.00 221.00 226.00 +2.00
May 06 232.00 235.00 230.00 234.00 +2.00
Jul 06 242.00- 248.00 240.00 245.00 +2.00
Sep06 250.00 253.00 249.00 253.00 '+2.00
Dec 06 260.00 263.00 258.00 263.00 +2.00
Mar07 266.00 270.00 266.00 269.00 +1.00
May07 27200 274.00 270.00 274.00 +2.00
Eat salsa 93,877. Thugoes sales 95,412
Thulisu open Intlot. 1,5852, +514
OATS (CBOT)
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Mar06 182.00 182.00 182.00 182.00 +1.00
May 06 165.00 185.00 183.00 185.00 +.00
Jul06 184.00 185.00 104.00 185.00 +.00
Sep 06 173.00 173.00 172.00 172.00 -1.00
Dec06 168.00 169.00 168.00 108.00 +.00
Mar07 175.00 175.00 175.00 175.00
Jul07 .,175.00 175.00 175.00 175.00
Est. sales 636. Thukes sales 1,523
ThuAms open int. 11,308. -153
WINTER WHEAT (KCBT)
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Mar 06 438.00 447.00 438.00 447.00 +8.00
May06 444.00 456.00 443.00 453.00 +9.00
Jul06 451.00 402.00 448.00 459.00 +4.00
Sep 06 455.00 484.00 452.00- 461.00 +0.b0
Dec06 461.00 470.00 460.00 467.00 +7.00
Mar07 460.00 470.00 460.00 470.00 +6.00
May07 465.00 465.00 465.00 465.00 -+7.00
Est sales 19,577. Thuloms sales 14,682
Thules open Int. 134,074, +2,439
COTTON 2 (NYBT)
50,000 lbs,- cents per Ib.
Mar 06 53.62
May06 54.45 55.15 -54.30 55.11 +.94
Jul06 55.65 56.40 55.55 56.32 +.95
Oct 06 58.05 58.05 58.05 58.05 +.80
Dec 06 58.60 59.20 58.40 59.00 +.77
Mar07 60.70 60.70 60.70 60.70 +.85
May07 61.28 61.28 61.28 61.28 +.83
Est, sales 14,400. Thu'as sales 13629
Thusms open Int. 123,298, +607
COCOA (NYBT)
10 metric tons-$perton
Mar 06 1488 1488 1448 1454 -21
May 06 1489 1496 1468 1471 -17
Jul06 1515 1519 1494 1494 -17


Sep06 1536 1538 1515 1515 -18
Dec 06 15444 14 1544 1544 -17
Mar07 1568 1568 1568 1608 -17
May 07 1589 1589 1589 1589 -16
Est. sales 6,091. ThulWes sales 8,409
ThuAmesopenint. 128,8097, -110
SUGAR-WORLD 11 (NYBT)
112,000 Ibs.- cents per lb.
May06 16.32 16.70 16.30 16.68; +.40
Jul06 16.03 16.34 16.00 1.32 +.34
OCt 06 16.00 16.25 15695 16.23" +.30
Mar 07 16.00 16.27 16.90 18.23 +31
May07 15.80 16.15 15.80 16.06 +.34
Jul 07 15.40 15.85 15.35 15.70 +36
Oct 07 15.27 15.53 152.27 15.53 +.39
Est. sales 43,774. Thuon sales 63,350
Thu5es open Int. 455,181, -1,237
CATTLE (CME)
40,000 bs.-centsperlb.
Apr06 84.15 84.45 83.10 83.45 -52
Jun 06 79.20 79.40 78.30 79.10 -30
Aug 06 80.50 80.60 79.75 80.37 -.05
Oct06 84.20 84.40 83.50 84.15 -.05
Dec06 85.97 86.10 85.15 65.60 -.35
Feb07 87.10 87.25 86.40 87.02 -.32
Apr07 86.20 86.20 86.00 86.00 -.20
Est sales 43,115.6 Thuma sales 08,725
Tma"in apes lnt. 20,221, -678
FEEDER CATTLE (CME)
50,000 lbs- cents per .
Mar 06 103.35 103.40 101.50 101.57 -1.97
Apr06 104.42 104.62 102.70 102.95 -1.67
May06 105.65 105.75 103.50 104.10 -1.67
Aug06 106.90 106.90 104.90 105.52 -1,42
Sep06 105.60 105.60 104.40 104.50 -1.35
Oct 06 105.45 105.50 103.90 104.25 -1.30
Nov0 6 105.10 10510 103.60 104.00 -1.10
Est. sales 98220. Thu'2= sales 6,291
Thu sa oln Int: 36,498, -565
HOGS-Lan (CME)
46,000 bbs-cas per lb.
Apr06 '58.70 569.35 58.50 58.57 -.07
May06 '66.40 66.87 66.10 66.72 +.18
Jun 06 67.82 68.30 67.65 68.12 +.27
Jul06 66.90 67.75 66.80 67.65 +.67
Aug06 65.20 60.10- 65.20 66.07 +.87
Oct 06 56.650 57.17 56.50 56.87 +.17
Dec 06 54.60 55.20 54.30 54.40 -.10
Est sales 30,323. Thuvhmsales 34.607


Settle Chg Exp. Open -High Low Settle Chtg


Thuaesi open IntL 142,587,-4,471
GOLD (COMX)
100 troy oz-dollars per troyoz.
Mar06 5369.90 39.90 539.00 539.90 -5.60
Apr 06 546.80 548.20.8534.50 541.30 -5.70
May06 543.90 543.90 643.90 543.90 -5.70
Jun06 652.50 552.70 540.20 540.50 -5.70
Aug06 552.60 552.50 540.00 551,50 -5.80
OCt 068 56.00 '556.60 555.00,558.60 -5.60
Dee06 567.00 500.00 5H.50 561,60 .-56.0
Est sales.. Thu*Asales62,137
Thumaes open Int. 332,964, -371
SILVER (COMX) I
5,000 troy oz.-cent per troy oz.
Mar 06 990.0 0995.0 0979.0. 9896.5 -.8
Apr06 990.0 9002.4 990.0 992.4 -1.0
May06 997.0 1000.0 975.0 96.0 -1.0
Jul06 1 .5 1005.5 1005 981.0 1003.2 -.8
Sep06 1006.0 1012.0 90.0 1009.5 -.5
Dec06 1014.5 1015.0 996.0 1015.0 -.3
Jan 0O7 1017.2 1017.2 10172 10172 -2
Est sales ;. Thu,ues sales 23,308
Thu/mrs open Int. 127,8365, 4878
Hf GRADE COPPER (COMX)
25,000 Ibs- cents per Ib.
Mar06 219.75 222.20 216.60 221.70 +125
Apr06 219.75 221.70 217.00 221.60 +1.16
May06 219.60 221.30 215.50 221.00 +1.45
Jun 06 216.00 219.60 218.00 219.60 +1.55
Jul 06 216.60 218.20 213.50 218.15 +1.50
Aug 06 216.50 216.50 2166.50 216.50 +1.00
Sap 06 212.40 214.90 212.40 214.90 +125
Es sales .... Thums sales 8,806
Thusu open Int. 87,648, +1,164
EURODOLLARS (CME)
$1 mllImon-pts of 100 pct.
Mar 06 95.095 95.097 95.090 95.092 -.002
Apr00 94.970 94.080 94.955 94660 -.020
May06 94.875 94.65 94.875 94.885 -.025
Jun 06 94.870 94.875 94.815 94.840 -.025
Jul06 94.810 94.810 94.810 94.810 -.030
Aug06 94.795 94.795 94.795 94.795 -.025
Se p06 94.6805 94.815 94.755 94.780 -.025
Est sales 304,670. Thu ms sales 1.,442,229
Thu'4is open Int 10,234,757, +38,387
LUMBER(CME)
110,000 bd. .- $ per 1,000 bd. ft.
Mar 06 331.5 332.4 330.2 330.4 -.8
May 06 334.0 335.3 332.8 334.9 +2


Exp. Open High Low Settle Chg

Jul06 337.1 339.0 336.0 339.0 +.2
Sep 06 342.0 345.4 341.9 345.4 -.4
Nov06 335.2 337.0 335.2 337.0 -1.2
Est. sales 497. Thulres sales 559
Thuems open Int 4,023, -110
NATURAL GAS (NYMX)
10,000mm btuhwe, Sper mmblu
Apr06 6.644 6.810 6.581 6.646 +.045
May06 6.852 7.000 6.786 6.840 +.048
Jun06 7.040 7.180 6.976 7.032 +.041
Jul06 .230 7.380 7.162 7.215 +.039
Aug 06 7.398 7.510 7.330 7.382 +041
Sep 06 7.523 7.630 7.451 7.502 +.043
Oct06 7.683 7.770 7.606 7.667 +.046
Est.L sates .... Thu*us sales 77,501
ThuhAesopen Int.619,501, +1,593
UNLEADED GASOLINE (NYMX)
42,00 gal. cents per gal
Apr06 172.50 173,31 167.50' 168.81 -3.20
May06 17125 172.25 168.30 169.02 -2.50
JunO6 172.10 172.60 169.25 169.72 -225.
Jul 06 173.00 173.36 170.62 170.62 -2.15
Aug06 173.14 174.50 171.62 171.62 -2.05
Sep 06 174.00 174.00 171.47 171.47 -1.90
Oct06 167.92 167.2 165.62 165.62 -1.85
Est.sales .... ThuWes sales 6,838
ThnusA open lot. 144,134, +3,850
HEATING OIL (NYMX)
4000 g alcents per gal
Apr06 173.00 173.00 16725 168.46 -3.54
May06 172.90 173.89 169.50 170.54 -2.55
Jun06 174.50 174.50 171.30 172.04 -1.85
Jul06 175.75 175.90 173.00 173.79 -1.70
Aug 06 178.45 178.45 175.75 176.49 -1.50
Sep06 180.85 180.85 178.75 178.94 -1.40
Oct 06 181.75 182.00 181.64 181.69 -1.35
Est. sales .... ThuAa sales 70,071
Thukmaopen Int. 168,818,-+3,376
LIGHT SWEET CRUDE (NYMX)
1,000 bbl,- dollar per bblt
Apr06 60.50 60.70 59.70 59.96 -.651
May 06 62.57 62.70 61.70 61.84 -.58
Jun 06 63.63 63.71 62.65 62.81 -.61
Jul 06 64.25 64.39 63.47 63.49 -.60
Aug 06 64.81 64.81 64.01 64.01 -.61
Sep 6 65.10 .66,10 64.43 64.43 -.62
Oct 06 65.50 65.50 64.75 64.75 -.63
Est. sales .,.. Thu*As sales 295,942
Thuoes open Int 961,543, -958









Promotional information from the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce


SUNDAY
MARCH 12, 2006


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Board of Directors

Kevin Cunningham .......... : ......... .RE/MAXRealty One
President
Carl Flanagan .......................... Nature Coast Bank
President-elect
James Holder .. ........................AmSouth Bank
Past President
Leanne Hadsell ............... .Citrus Management Services
Secretary
Karen Dixon ..................... Central Florida State Bank
Treasurer

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

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Thousands of festival-goers enjoyed
shortcake, strawberry flats, local enter-
tainment and arts and crafts at this year's
Floral City Strawberry Festival.
The weather was perfect and the food


was outstanding. Shuttle buses ran con-
stantly from the fairgrounds in Inverness
to the festival, transporting hundreds of
visitors per hour. Children's activities
were plentiful and everyone returned


with smiles on their faces.
If you missed this year's event, remem-
ber to mark your calendar for the first
weekend in March next year See you
there!


Member News


HOSPICE OF CITRUS
COUNTY and CENTRAL
FLORIDA COMMUNITY COL-
LEGE have teamed up to pres-
ent "5 Wishes for End-of-Life."
"5 Wishes" is considered a
legal document in 36 states,
including Florida, and enables
people to plan their final wish-
es if they are seriously ill. Each
wish will be described in detail
and provide information need-
ed to make an informed deci-
sion.
The class is open to anyone
who feels this information
would be beneficial. The
remaining class will be, from 6
to 7:30 p.m. on Monday, March
13, at the CFCC Lecanto cam-
pus.
The cost of the course is $19.
For registration and informa-
tion, call Amy Prodan at 746-
6721 Ext. 6140.
MuE
THE ANXIETY AND
DEPRESSION SUPPORT
GROUP, also known as
Emotions Anonymous, meets at
6 p.m. Thursday in the
Education Room at Seven
Rivers" Regional Medical
Center Medical Offices
Building.
This group is not affiliated
with Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Center. This support
group is for people with emo-
tional difficulties, anxiety,
stress or depression. There is a
way to recover
The support group is free" of
charge and open to the public.
Please call"Meg at (352) 527-
2443 for more. information.
The hospital and Medical
Offices Building are at 6201 N.
Suncoast Blvd., (U.S. 19 North),
Crystal River. Turn at the cau-
tion light in front of hospital.
The Medical Offices Building
will be on your right.
ME
SEVEN RIVERS REGION-
AL MEDICAL. CENTER offers
the following classes:
Diet Therapy for Diabetes.
will be offered at 3 p.m.
Tuesday, March 21, in the
Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Offices Building
Community Room.
This is a two-hour program
offered at SRRMC twice
monthly The seminar focuses
on the dietary needs of people
with diabetes. Developed and
presented by Kelly Niblett, die-
titian.
To register, call 795-1234 or
(800) 436-8436. Cost is $15 indi-
vidual; $25 for couples.
Childbirth Education is run-
ning now each Monday through
March 27. It is at 6:30 p.m. in
the Medical Offices Building
Community Room.
This four-class series is
designed to prepare the preg-
nant woman and her partner
for labor, delivery and birth.
Relaxation, breathing, solu-
tions for pregnancy discom-
forts, proper nutrition, the
three stages of labor and after
delivery changes will be
emphasized. Expectant moth-
ers should attend in the sixth to
seventh month of pregnancy.
To register, call 795-1234 or
(800) 436-8436. Cost is $30.
Is It Time For Joint
Replacement? This seminar is
slated for 1 p.m. Wednesday,
March 15, in the Medical
Offices Building Community
Room.
Knee and hip pain can be
caused by a number of issues.
What's the best treatment for
you right now? Medication?.
Physical therapy? Joint
replacement? This program


provides the information you
need to make an appropriate
choice for you.
To register, call 795-1234 or
(800) 436-8436. This session is
free.
Hearing Loss Truths &
Myths will be at 2 p.m.
Thursday, March 23, at Our
Lady of Grace Parish Life
Center, Beverly Hills.
Learn how hearing loss
affects you and your loved
ones. Then find out how hear-
ing loss is diagnosed and treat-
ed. The session is presented by
Denis Grillo,.D.O., board-certi-
fied in ear, nose, throat and
facial plastics.
To register, call 795-1234 or
(800) 436-8436. This session is
free.
Common Cause of Fatigue:
Anemia, will be presented at
noon Monday, March 27, in the
Medical Offices Building
Community Room
Enjoy lunch while learning
about the symptoms, diagnosis
and treatments for anemia. It is
to be presented by Gustavo A.
Fonseca, M.D., board-certified
in hematology and medical
oncology
To register, call 795-1234 or
(800) 436-8436. This. session is
free.
Sleepy During the Day? will
be presented at 2 p.m:
Thursday, March 30, in the
Medical Offices Building
Community Room.
Do you feel sleepy and tired
during the day? You may be
suffering from sleep apnea.
Learn about treatment options.
Presenting this session will be
Sunoj Abraham, M.D., board-
certified in sleep medicine,
pulmonology, critical care and
internal medicine.
To register, call 795-1234 or
(800) 436-8436. This seminar is
free.
Infant Care will be present-
ed at 6:30 p.m. Thursday,
March 30, in the Medical
Offices Building Community
Room.
This two-hour program is
designed to teach the pregnant
couple or' new parents about
basic infant care techniques.
To register, call 795-1234 or
(800) 436-8436. It is free.
For the Early Pregnancy pro-
gram, call the Women's &
Family Center to make an
appointment, (352) 795-2229.
Women in their early months
of pregnancy will learn about
the changes expected with
pregnancy, conditioning, relax-'
ation techniques and proper
nutrition. The program is free.
For a Childbirth Refrtesher,
call the Women's & Family
Center to make an appoint-
ment, (352) 795-2229. The pro-
gram is designed for moms and.
dads who need to review child-
birth education class subjects.
Cost is $15.
Seven Rivers Regional
Medical. Center is a 128-bed
general, medical/surgical
acute care facility that opened
its doors in 1978 and serves the
communities of Citrus, Levy
and South Marion counties.
Seven Rivers Regional was
recognized in fall 2005: by
HealthGrades for its clinical
excellence in orthopedics -
ranking among the top 10 per-
cent in the nation for joint
replacement surgery
The medical center is fully
accredited by the Joint
Commission on Accreditation
of health care Organizations
(JCAHO), is a participant of the
American Heart
Association/American Stroke


Association Get With The
Guidelines programs, a part-
ner with Florida Medical
Quality Assurance Inc. on
Medicare projects, and has
been honored as one of the
nation's Top 100 Hospitals
(1999, 2001) and Top 100
Hospital for Stroke (2000).
Seven Rivers Regional can
be found on the Web at
www.srrmc.com.
E ..
Gregory Perrone, Dayna
Middlebrooks and Heather
Allen were some of more than
3,800 RAYMOND JAMES
FINANCIAL SERVICES INC.
(RJFS) financial advisers,
, sponsors, associates and guests
to attend the company's 2006
National Conference for
Professional Development
from Feb. 26 through March 2
in Las Vegas, Nev.
"It is important for me to
continue to expand my compe-
tencies and areas of expert-
ise," said Perrone, a branch
manager at the RJFS office at
2657 N. Forest Ridge Blvd,
Hernando- 34442; 527-3700.
'Attending this conference
allowed me to gain valuable
information that has already
proven helpful in working with
clients since my return. Being
up-to-date on information
about economic and financial
issues has better prepared me
to guide my clients as they
make important decisions
about their investments."
At the conference, financial
advisers spent a busy week
attending informative work-
shops and lectures on a variety
of investment and financial
subjects. Topics included alter-
native investments, wealth
management, performance
reporting, asset allocation con-
cepts, tax-free investing, mutu-
al funds, equity research,
insurance and an economic
and interest rate outlook for
2006.
The keynote speaker, former
Navy fighter pilot and Prisoner
of War Charlie Plumb, showed
each conference attendee how
to turn adversities the hard
times each one of us faces -
into assets in today's market
place and in daily living.
Overcoming challenges in
order to provide superior serv-
ice to Raymond James clients
is something that all advisers
strive for, so Charlie's inspira-
tional talk was invaluable in
showing advisers how to over-
come obstacles in their day-to-
day lives, in order to achieve
their objectives.
In addition, guest speaker
Dr. Richard Marston, Wharton
Business School professor and
director of the Weiss Center for
International Financial
Research, shared his outlook
on investing and spending dur-
ing retirement Dr. Marston is
considered an expert in his
field and has been featured on
numerous financial news tele-
vision programs.
Raymond James Financial
Chairman and CEO Thomas A.
James and President and COO
Chet Helck also addressed the
group, sharing philosophies
that have contributed to the
firm's success, as well as their
expectations and goals for the
future..
Raymond James Financial
Services Inc. Chairman and
CEO Richard G. Averitt III also
presented a lively and motivat-
ing address to guests.
"Extraordinary service -
from our financial advisers to
their clients, from home office


associates to our financial
advisers, and to the communi-
ties in which we live and oper-
ate our businesses stands as
a hallmark of our firm," Averitt
said.
Raymond James Financial
Services Inc., member
NASD/SIPC, is a national
investment firm providing
financial services to individu-
als, corporations and munici-
palities through more than
3,600 financial advisers in 2,119
offices throughout the United
States. For 30 years, Raymond
James Financial Services has
provided a wide range of serv-
ices through our affiliate,
Raymond James & Associates
Inc., member New York Stock
Exchange. Both broker/dealers
are wholly owned subsidiaries
of Raymond James Financial
Inc. (NYSE-RJF).
MEN
"Conversations With God"
begins March 19 at CHURCH
OF TODAY in Crystal River
We invite you to join us on
Sunday, March 19, during our
10 a.m. service for
"Conversations With God, Part
1," based on Neale Donald
Walsch's popular book series.
Mr. Walsch is the best-selling
author of the "Conversations
With God" series and also
starred in the movie "Indigo"
that Church of Today pre-
miered last year.
Church of Today will be pre-
miering the new
"Conversations With God"
movie this year when it is
released later this year.
Also, come to our Pancake
Breakfast onp March 19!
Everyone is invited to join us
for a delicious pancake break-
fast including sausage, orange
juice, coffee or tea at 9 am that
Sunday Suggested love offpr-
ing is $3.
Come as. you are casual
dress is fine. Our Lending
Library was created in honor
of Berry and Alice Sharp, for-
mer congregants of Church of
Today. Their generous gift of
many books from their private
library provided the founda-
tion for our new Lending
Library. Choose a health, inspi-
rational or Unity book to read
during this busy month.
Learn how to start your own
"Conversation With God" dur-
ing our morning class called
"Chat Room" on March 26 at
9:15 to 9:45 a.m. The Rev. Linda
Harbin leads this informal
group in explaining the steps
that Walsch used, and how to
adapt them for your personal
use.
Each person coming to this
class will receive a prayer
token/keepsake.
The Rev. Linda Harbin's talk
during our 10 a.m. service on
March 26 will be
"Conversations With' God, Part
2."
Church of Today is a
Christian ministry based on
the Bible and the teachings of
Jesus Christ; Church of Today
teaches Practical Christianity.
Our minister is the Rev. Linda
Harbin, the only Ordained
Unity minister in a church
ministry in Citrus County.
Services and classes are
held Sundays at 320 S. Citrus
Ave. in the Crystal River
Woman's Clubhouse. Church of
Today is a family church all
are welcome!
For questions about Church
of Today, prayer, spiritual
counseling or life coaching,
call the Rev. Linda Harbin, 382-
1711.


Chamber Ambassadors


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


Kandy Kremnentz OSO
Pure Shaklee Products
Rhonda Lestinsky Nature Coast Bank
Renee Melchionne Team Spirit
Chuck Morgan -
Chuck Morgan IncJRaymond James
Betty Murphy Manriatee Office Supplies


Curtis Peters Holcim (US) Inc.
John Porter Porter's Locksmithing
Charles Richer Canadian Meds
Lillian Smith Mary Kay
Rosann Strawn All American Mortgage
Joanie West Eternal Ascent Society
Donna Wyatt JDP Kennel








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Path of Citrus County new Shelter Store


Capt. Joe Eckstein


to speak at March


chamber breakfast


Sheriff's Office Capt.
Joe Eckstein of the
Emergency Operations
Center will be the guest
speaker at the Citrus
County Chamber of
Commerce monthly
breakfast on Wednesday,
March 15.


JIM SHIELDS/Special to the Chronicle
Recently, the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony in 'honor of the new location for the Path of Citrus
County's Shelter Store. Pictured above, from left, are: John Porter, chamber ambassador; Ryan Spellman; Rhonda Lestinsky, chamber
ambassador; Charles Richer, chamber ambassador; Duwayne Sipper, executive director; Kandy Kremnetz, chamber ambassador; Sherry
i Knight; Rosemary Miller; Dr. Randy Casiano; Curtis Peters, chamber ambassador; Cathy Marsha; James Cone; Kitty Barnes, chamber
executive director; Joanie West, chamber ambassador; Larry Blanken, chamber ambassador; Lillian Smith, chamber ambassador; and
Clyde West. The. Path Shelter Store's mission is "Providing for the Homeless." It is at 1729 W Gulf-to-Lake Highway, Lecanto. The store
phone number is 746-9084. You can learn about The Path of Citrus County by visiting their Web site at www.pathofcitrus.org. Executive
Director Duwayne Sipper invites you to visit the store today and support the cause.



Member News


After successful debut in
2005, CITRUS MEMORIAL
HEALTH SYSTEM's "Salute to
Our Community" event will
return this year with two days
of activities and entertain-
,ment. The second annual
salute celebration features
something for everyone on
Sunday, April 2, and Monday,
April 3.
Start off with the car show:
Sunday's activities begin at
11:30 a.m. on the grounds of the
Curtis Peterson Auditorium,
when the gates open for the
Classic Car and Corvette Show,
with competition in several
categories. Registration is 1$10
per vehicle, but free with the
purchase of two tickets to the
concert being held in the audi-
torium.
Entrants may register until 1
p.m., and judging ends at 4:30
p.m. Admission is free for spec-
tators.
Great harmonies in concert:
Also on Sunday, April 2, you
can treat yourself to some great
music from the good ole' days,
when The Lettermen, featur-
ing Jay Traynor of The
Americans, will perform at 2
and 6 p.m. in Curtis Peterson
Auditorium.
See The Lettermen founder
Tony Buttala perform some of
your favorites with Donovan
Tea and Mark Preston, who
joined the group in 1984.
Buttala said he is proud that
The Lettermen group has been
part of Americana for more
than 45 years, singing good,
quality and positive harmony
music that the whole family
can enjoy.
Tickets for general seating
are $20, and reserved area tick-
ets are $25. The Lettermen are
inductees of the Vocal Group
Hall of Fame and had such Top
10 hits as "When I Fall in
Love," "Hurts so Bad," "The
Way You Look Tonight" and
"Goin' Out of My Head / Can't
Take My Eyes Off of You,"
among many others.
There are many convenient
ticket sales locations: Allen
Ridge Diagnostic Imaging
Center, Allen Ridge Family
Care Center, Brannen Banks -
all branches, Citrus Memorial's
SHARE Club Office, Citrus
Memorial Laboratory
Collection Centers all loca-
tions, Citrus Primary Care
physician offices all loca-
tions, Don Ross Roofing, Hot


'Heads Crystal' River,
Romano's Crystal River,
SunTrust Banks all branch-
es, and Tangles Hair Salon &
Spa Inverness.
Memorial golf tournament:
On Monday, golfers will take a
swing at the world-famous
Black Diamond Ranch quarry
course in the Randall Jenkins
Memorial Golf Tournament,
named for one 'of Citrus
Memorial's pioneering physi-
cians. ,
Registration for the 18-hole,
scramble-format event is limit-
ed. Golf Digest rates Black
Diamond's Tom Fazio-
designed holes among the best
in the nation.
Proceeds from the second
annual Salute to Our
Community activities benefit
the Citrus Memorial Health
Foundation's Advancing the
Vision ... Care for a Lifetime
capital campaign, which will
support Citrus Memorial's
planned Family Care Health
and Education Center.
The center will' provide a
wide range of educational pro-
grams and health care services
for people of all ages.
itrus, Memorial thanks its
Major Sponsors at the
Diamond level, the Citrus
County Chronicle and the Law
Offices of Buchanan Ingersoll,
PC. Platinum sponsors include
Blue Cross Blue Shield of
Florida Inc., Robins & Morton,
The St. Petersburg Times, and
WJQB True Oldies FM.
For further information, call
344-6952 to inquire about the
Classic Car and Corvette Show,
560-6222 for concert informa-
tion or 344-6485 to learn more
about the Randall Jenkins
Memorial Golf Tournament.
Citrus Memorial Health
System staff and volunteers
will host a yard sale on
Saturday, March 18, from 8 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at the Medical Office
Building on the Citrus Mem-
orial campus'at 131 S. Citrus
Avenue, Inverness.
Proceeds benefit American
Cancer Society's Relay for Life.
The community is invited to
browse for treasures great and
small, all for a good cause.
Coffee, doughnuts and bagels
also will be available for pur-
chase at the yard sale.
Citrus Memorial is a 198-bed,
not-for-profit community hos-
pital, providing care to Citrus
County and environs for nearly


a half-century.~CMH is fuAlly
accredited by 'the Joint
Commission on the Accred-
itation of health care
Organizations, is licensed by
the Florida Department of,
Health, and is a Medicare /
Medicaid provider in addition
to other major insu rances.

Globalization, low uneni-
ployment rates, a booming
economy all of these factors
.critically impact the ability of a
company to recruit and retain
qualified people for staffing
their operations. These, and
other factors threaten the
growth of local companies and
the economic development of
our communities.
CLM WORKFORCE CON-
NECTION will host its second
Workforce Conference, "Globa!
Challenges to HR & Workforce
Strategies," on Thursday,
March 16. The featured guest
speaker, will be Timothy J.
Jahnke, group president of the
Home and Family Products'
Group of Newell Rubbermaid.
Jahnke joined Newell
Rubbermaid in 1986 and for 13
years headed human resource
functions at Newell Rubber-
maid's 'former Counselor divi-
sion, Kirsch, Burnes of
Boston/Connoisseur and at
Sanford's Worldwide Opera-
tions.
. In 1999, he was promoted to
president of Anchor Hocking
Specialty Glass.
- In February 2001, Jahnke
was appointed vice president
of Human Resources for all of
Newell Rubbermaid.
With his breadth of company,
knowledge, strategic expertise,
divisional experience and
strong leadership skills, he was
promoted in April 2004 to
group president-Home and
Family Products Group.
Jahnke received his degree
in business administration
from the University of
Wisconsin-Oshkosh.
Those interested in attend-
ing the conference may contact
Val Kelly at (352) 873-7939, Ext.
203 or
vkelly@clmworkforce.com.
There is'a $20 registration fee
per person, which includes
breakfast.
The conference has been
approved by the Human
Resources Certification
Institute for 2.0 credits toward
recertification.


Event sponsors include
AmSouth Bank, Central
Florida Conmunity College.,
Lossing Strickland Insurance
Group, Munroe Regional
Medical Center, ProPoly
America, Signature Brands,
Spherion Staffing and Webster
University
CLM Workforce Connection
is the local, business-led organ-
ization that plans and coordi-
nates quality employment anid
training services for business-
es and individual career seek-
ers in Citrus, Levy and Marion
counties. The workforce board
sets policy and directs expen-
ditures of more than $6 million
in funds that underwrite serv-,
ices provided through the One
Stop Workforce Connection
offices.
In 2004-5. approximately
1,500 businesses and 30,000
career seekers received servic-
es through the One Stop
Workforce Connection.
Services include professional
and' technical recruitment,
training, job fairs and financial
incentives.
The One Stop Workforce
Connection is a member of the
Employ Florida statewide net-
work of workforce services and
resources.
To locate an Employ Florida
member anywhere in the state
go to: www.EmployFlorida.net
or call toll-free (866) FLA-2345.
The One Stop Workforce
Connection is funded, by and a
program of CLM Workforce
Connection: Employment solu-
tions that work for business.
Smeil
The associates and staff of
RE/MAX REALTY ONE are
proud to recognize two more
associates who have qualified
for the 2006 Multimillion
Dollar club.
Pat Walmsley and Maria
O'brien have each closed more
than $2 million in sales volume
this year.
Pat has been an associate in
the Inverness RE/MAX office
'for nearly 15 years and was a
Platinum Club member in
2005.
Maria celebrates her 20th
year as a real estate profes-
sional. She works in the
Lecanto office of RE/MAX
Realty One.
The brokers of RE/MAX
would like to congratulate Pat
and Maria on this impressive
accomplishment.


His topic is the re-
entry program for the
Citrus County Sheriff's,
Office Disaster Plan.
The breakfast begins
at 7:45 a.m.
Reservations are
required by calling 726-
2801.


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CCBA Education Committee awards first scholarships


Did you know the CCBAs Education
Committee has spearheaded a scholarship
campaign for the 2006 school year?
Our members are committing scholarship
funds and supporting training for our con-
struction industry needs.
We are, proud to be able to participate,
along with Withlacoochee Technical
Institute's fine staff of educators who are ded-
icated to helping fill our community's short-


age of trained professionals for the construc-
tion industry.
The Building Careers Partnership scholar-
ship program committed more than $6,000 in
scholarships by the end of 2005, and has set its
goals for $10,000 to be awarded by mid-2006.
For more information about how to qualify
for these scholarships offered at WTI, contact
Brenda Miley at 726-2430, Ext. 255, or Butch
Keiper at Ext. 250.


Our six recipients to date for
the Building Careers Part-
nership scholarship program
are:
Craig Hogan HVAC
Craig is a 25-year-old gradu-
ate of Citrus High School. He
spent three years in the U.S.
Army before returning to the
area.
He spent three years work-
ing at the Crystal River Power
Plant as a security officer.
During that time, he decided
that he was interested in
becoming a HVAC technician.
He did the research and
.found out that there were
opportunities available in the
area, and also found what edu-
cation was needed to accom-
plish his goal. ,
Craig has enrolled at WTI in
the HVAC program and his
future goal is to be able to start
his own business some day
Daniel Webb -
Electricity
Dan's goal is to become a
licensed electrician and make
a contribution to the construc-
tion industry as an electrician.
His ultimate goal is to work
as an electrician and then pur-
sue additional schooling to
become an electrical engineer.
Timothy Harrison -
HVAC`
Tim is excited about his
future in the HVAC program,
and is looking forward to the
time when he can join a local
firm and make his contribution
in the HVAC field.
His ultimate goal is to attend
college and earn his bachelor
of science degree.
He sees his connection to the


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construction industry as a way
to meet his goal.
Brian Balfour -
Electricity
Brian is a 2004 graduate of
Crystal River High School who
has been working full time and
attending night classes at
CFCC.
His goal is to combine his
experience in electrical con-
struction with earning his
associate of arts degree, and
then making application to a
baccalaureate-level engineer-
ing program.
Brian feels that his educa-
tion at WTI in electrical con-
struction will open many
doors and provide him with a
means of accomplishing his
goals.
John MacLeod -
HVAC
John is attending WTI to gain
knowledge and skills to be fully
certified in his field.-
He began an electrical
apprenticeship. in another
state, but was unable to contin-
ue his studies.
John sees this scholarship
opportunity as a great way to
resume his career in HVAC,
and is looking forward to work-
ing for a-local business.
Brian Mitchell HVAC
Brian is a student in the
HVAC program. Brian had
worked for minimum wage and
sees that a position in the con-
struction industry as an HVAC
tech will help him to reach the
goals that he has set for him-
self.
His goal is to obtain stable
employment in a field that he
enjoys, and make a contribu-
tion to his community.


Future Builders of America comes to Citrus County


The Citrus County Builders Association
is proud to announce the creation of four
new chapters of the Future Builders of
America (FBA) Program.
Whether the student in your life is inter-
ested in a career in the building industry,
learning a trade to earn extra income, or
just having fun with his or her peers, FBA
will be the place to be.


Club sponsors and advisors are holding
meetings now to plan their events for the
2006-07 school year.
Call any of the following people (or
CCBA) for information:
Withlacoochee Technical Institute,
builder sponsor Greg Conard Gold
Crest Homes, teacher advisor Dave
Johnson.


Lecanto High School, builder sponsor
Linda Daly Daly & Zilch, teacher advi-
sor Pete Kelly.
Citrus High School, builder sponsor
Ken Berger Berger Construction,
teacher advisor Jackie Bass.
Crystal River High School, builder
sponsor Virginia Will Will Construction,
teacher advisor Bill Reyes.,


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Winners named for 2006


Spring Parade of Homes


Chili cook-off honors


Here are the winners in each
category for the 2006 event:
Category A
Sweetwater Homes of Citrus
"The Tradewinds"
Best Overall, Best Exterior,
Best Floor Plan, Best Master
Bath, Best Kitchen/Breakfast
Area, Best Construction
Rusaw Homes
"The Pinehurst"
Best Exterior
SanderSon Bay Fine Homes
"Madeira"
Best Master Bedroom Suite
Category B
Dream Custom Homes
"The Don Mercado"
Best Overall, Best Exterior,
Best Master Bath,
Best Construction
Sweetwater Homes of Citrus
"Westwind II"
Best Floor Plan
Lexington Homes
"The Devonshire"
Best Master Bedroom Suite
SanderSon Bay Fine Homes
"The Jefferson"
Best Kitchen/Breakfast Area
2006 WOW Awards
Diamond Built
"The Ruby"


Entry design, ceiling height
Diamond Built
"The Onyx"
Breakfast nook, nice cabinets
and countertops
Dream Custom Homes
"The Don Mercado"
Entry fireplace and wine bar
Gold Crest Homes
"The Excalibur"
Front entry and porch
Holiday Builders
"The Largo"
Kitchen
Lexington Homes
"The Barcelona"
Kitchen and
layout, cabinets
Lexington Homes
"The Devonshire"
Living room, built-in fireplace
Mercedes
"The Jacqueline w/study" -
Kitchen! 42-inch cabinets
Richard Van Orden
"The Islander Elite"
Custom built-in niches
Royal Coachman
"Royal Oxford"
Fireplace
Royal Coachman
"Royal Chelsea"
Floor plan, best layout, flow
Rusaw Homes
"The Pinehurst"


Master bath tub
SanderSon Bay Fine Homes
"The Captiva"
Dining room
SanderSon Bay Fine Homes
"The Jefferson"
Work/study areas in bedrooms
SanderSon Bay Fine Homes
"The Madeira"
Sitting area in master suite
Sweetwater Homes
"The Tradewinds"
Master closet
Sweetwater Homes
"The Westwind II"
Family room
Tampa Bay
"The Cilantro"
Outstanding loft suite w/bath
Wheeler Construction
"The Jasmine"
Interior paint and decorating
(bold use of colors).
Sponsors
The CCBA thanks our spon-
sors, who made the 2006 Spring
Parade of Homes possible:
Platinum Sponsors
Progress Energy
SunTrust Mortgage
Gold Sponsor
Central Florida Gas
Media Sponsor
Citrus County Chronicle


Special to the Chronicle
Don Sterling of Sterling Quality Cabinets (left) and Joe Bell of Surfaces Rooring Inc. (right)
celebrate double wins for the Annual Spike Club Chili Cook-off and King of the Wing
Competition on Feb. 23 at the CCBA. Don Sterling won Best Darned Wings and Most Unusual
Chili, while Joe Bell swept the Hottest Categories in both wings and chili. Winners not pic-
tured above were: Chris Clements of Surfaces Flooring, Best :Darned Chili; and Mathew
Baillargeon of Marketing Solutions LLC, Most Unusual Wings. This is the first year that the
Citrus County Builders Association has included wings in their cook-off. They plan to expand
the competition next year to include local restaurants as wing and chili sponsors. The CCBA
'Spike Club would like to thank the following volunteers for lending their taste buds to judge
the competition: King of the Wing Judges Kerry Thompson, Joe lannelli and Leonard
Barnes; Chili Cook-Off Judges John Vargo, Sarah Fitts and Jim Moffitt.


CCBA Officers and Directors


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PRESIDENT
Chuck Sanders of
SanderSon Bay Fine Homes

PRESIDENT-ELECT
Ron Lieberman of
Nu-Era Homes, Inc.

FIRST VICE PRESIDENT
Chris Ensing of
Southern Exposure, Inc.

ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT
Rich Gelfand of
Sherwin-Williams, Inc.

SECOND ASSOCIATE
VICE PRESIDENT
Joe Bell of
Suncoast Plumbing & Electric
TREASURER
Gaston Hall of
Hall Brothers of Citrus County

SECRETARY
Barbara Vargo of
SunTrust Mortgage, Inc.


IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT
Dan. Galbraith of Rusaw Homes

IMMEDIATE PAST ASSOCIATE
VICE PRESIDENT
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Dennis Hanson of
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Larry Tate of
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Peggy Wheeler of
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Teresa Bell of
Citrus Networking
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Mathew Baillargeon of
G & C Enterprises
Barbara Vargo of
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Rainer Jakob of
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Lorie Clark-Mills of
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Gerry Gaudette of Gaudette Electric
Greg Conard of Gold Crest Homes'
Gaston Hall of
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John Osborne of
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George Rusaw of Rusaw Homes
Lloyd Myer of Sherwin-Williams
Chuck Sanders of
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Jim Loos of
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Chris Ensing of
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two divisions CMMS and BI.
Bryan Gay, vice president of
Operations for CHAMPS, was pro-
moted to president of the CMMS
Division. Gay has been with
CHAMPS for more than 12 years.
Chuck Patel joins CHAMPS as
president of CHAMPS BI Division.
Prior to joining CHAMPS, Patel
was regional sales manger for
Sage Software, a leading provider
of business management software.
The CMMS division will focus on
delivering software solutions for
enterprises to enhance their main-,
tenance practices.
"Keeping the plants operating at
peak performance and without
interruptions means more bottom-
line profits for our customers," said
Chandra Patel, president/CEO of
CHAMPS. "We have been deliver-
ing CMMS solutions to large enter-
prises for 30 years. Our experience
and expertise in this niche are
unmatched, resulting in the most
comprehensive and technologically
advanced solutions."
CHAMPS BI division has been
established to provide the software
solutions and services required to
collect, organize, analyze and
deliver information to decision-
makers at all levels in an enter-
prise.
For more information, call Mike
Melfi at 795-2362, Ext. 226.
Grace Nicole
celebrates 20 years
Grace Nicole Furniture and
Interiors is celebrating .its 20th year
in business in Citrus County.
Josephine Perrone, owner of
Grace Nicole, thanks all hercus-
tomers for their continual support
throughout these years. ...
Grace Nicole Furniture and
Interiors provides shop-at-home
services for all decorating needs.
Citrus County's Curves
continue food drive
Curves' eighth annual national
food drive is still going on. Every
March, when local food bank sup-
plies are lowest, the drive is on and
the response is, enormous. Last
year, with more than 9,000 fran-
chises, Curves collected 11 million
pounds of food.
Here in Citrus County, there are
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draw is 'Jet Skis and other
watercraft. One look around
the showroom filled with
motorcycles and ATVs -
i quickly dispels that myth.
"Watersports is a very small
part of the business," Langlo
said. "We moved about 1,000
units last year and I think
about 65 were watercraft"
Langlo is cashing in on what
is turning into one of Citrus
County's most popular pas-
times motorcycling. He also
sells off-road vehicles.
"Motorcycling has become a
real lifestyle," he said. "Plus
the mileage is so much better
' than a car. Some motorcycles
get 40 to 60 miles per gallon."
The. showroom now is a
6,000-square-foot building. The
new building now under con-
Sstruction is 8,000 square feet
and includes a second floor for
S offices.
Langlo said the addition
should be ready by the end of
this month. It will include a
-- lounge for customers to wait
while their bikes are serviced.
He will add four or five
S employees to his current work-
force of 14.
"This has been two years in
the planning," he said, "just to
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nonexpired food. The food has to
be inspected for dates, sorted,
weighed and then delivered to local
churches and other nonprofit
.organizations.
There are many people who rely
on these pantries to feed their fam-
ilies, so we are asking for the com-
munity's help. Just drop off a bag
of food at any Curves location, iow
through March 31.
Locations in Citrus County: 1
N.W. Highway 19, Crystal River;
465 S. CroftAve., Inverness; 5445
Oak Ridge Drive, Homosassa;
4079 N. Lecanto Highway, Beverly
Hills; and 11223 N. Williams St.,
Dunnellon.
Bright House honored
by magazine
Multichannel News, a major
trade publication covering the cable
industry, has named Bright House
Networks-Tampa Bay the 2006
System of the Year. The award
annually goes to one outstanding
telecommunications and home-
entertainment company in the
United States.
Bright House Networks is being
honored because of its well-estab-
lished reputation as a technologi-
cally. advanced, customer-oriented
provider of video, high-speed
Internet, and Digital Phone servic-
es.
The company has achieved suc-
cess "on several fronts," according
..td the lead story in a six-article
package published in Multichannel
News Feb. 20 edition. The maga-
zine's editors and writing staff laud-
ed Bright House Networks-Tampa
Bay for its rapid deployment of
Digital Phone service throughout
the greater Tampa Bay area; the
opening of a new, 4,500-square-
foot Demonstration Center at
Westfield Countryside Mall in
Clearwater; and the recent launch
of Catch 47, a 24-hour sports ,
channel, horie to exclusive USF
programming. .
Multichannel News, in related
articles, also recognized Bright
House Networks for the company's
efforts in the areas of quality cus-
tomer service, technological
strengths and innovations, effective
competitive strategies, and the suc-
cess and popularity of Bay News,9.
Bright House' Networks also
received'the 2006 Corporate
Friend of Children Award, the high-
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received the award because "its
policies and practices at every
level exemplify a commitment to
.the betterment of communities in
which they do business," according
to the official notification letter form
Shay Bilchik, president and CEO of
CWLA.
EcoWater Systems
dealer named
Ronald Radford, owner of Best
Buy Water, has been named the
EcoWater Systems dealer serving
the Crystal River area.
In making the announcement,
Dave Guelker, regional manager
for EcoWater Systems LLC, said, "I
am proud to have this organization
representing EcoWater in this area.
Their customer service experience
will certainly be an asset to our
customers. They are committed to,
providing solid water treatment
solutions."
EcoWater Systems will sell, rent
and service residential water treat-
ment equipment with products that
include water refiners and condi-
tioners, filter systems, and reverse'
osmosis systems.
The EcoWater office and show-
room is at 527 West Fort Island
Trail, Suite F, in Crystal River.
EcoWater System; based in St.
Paul, Minn., is the leading manu-
facturer of residential water treat-
ment systems.
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is a member of The Marmon Group
of companies, an international
association of autonomous manu-
facturing and service companies.
City clerk receives
presigious Iesigati-ti
Deborah J. Davis, city clerk of'
the city of Inverness, has been
awarded the prestigious designa-
tion of certified municipal clerk
(CMC) from the International insti-
tute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC) for
achieving its high educational,
experience and service require-
ments.
Davis has been employed with
the city of Inverness since
September 1978, serving as
cashier, staff assistant, executive
secretary and deputy,clerk before
appointment to her current position
of city clerk in July 2003.
She attained her designation as
certified municipal clerk through
completion of the IIMC-approved
Municipal Clerks Institute Program
conducted by the John Scott
Dailey Florida Institute of
Government, Florida State
University, Tallahassee.
This program provides more
than 100 student/instructor contact
hours of in-depth courses in mana-
gerial and leadership skills, social
and interpersonal concerns and
technical training needed to deal
with changes taking place in gov-,;
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seminars sponsored by the Florida
Association of City Clerks, and has
completed other courses, semi-
nars and conferences relating to
local government..
Active in, professional affiliations
she is a member -of the
International Institute of Municipal
Clerks, Florida Association of City
Clerks and the Florida Public
Personnel Association.
Davis has been a member of
the International Institute of
"Municipal Clerks since December
1997.
She joins 300 municipal clerks
from the state of Florida who cur-
rently hold the designation of certi-
fied municipal clerk."
Advisers attend
national conference
Gregory Perrone, Dayna
Middlebrooks and Heather Allen
were some of more than 3,800
Raymond James Financial
Services Inc. (RJFS) financial
-advisers, sponsors, associates and
guests to attend the company's
2006 National Conference for
Professional Development Feb. 26
through March 2 in Las Vegas,
Nev.
"It is important for me to continue
to expand my competencies and
areas of expertise," said Perrone, a
branch manager at the RJFS office.
at 2657 N. Forest Ridge Blvd.,
Hernando. "Attending this confer-
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my return. Being up to date on
information about economic and
financial issues has better pre-
pared me to guide my clients as
they make important decisions
about their investments."
At the conference, financial
advisers spent a busy week attend-
ing informative workshops and lec-
tures on a variety of investment
and financial subjects.
Topics included alternative
investments, wealth management,
performance reporting, asset allo-
cation concepts, tax-free investing,
mutual funds, equity research,
insurance and an economic and
interest rate outlook for 2006.
Raymond James Financial
Chairman and CEO Thomas A.
James and President and COO
Chet Helck also addressed the
group, sharing philosophies that
have contributed to the firm's suc-
cess, as well as their expectations
and goals for the future.
Raymond James Financial
Services Inc. Chairman and CEO
Richard G. Averitt III also presented
a lively and motivating address to
guests.
Raymond James Financial
Services Inc., member,
NASD/SIPC, is a national invest-
ment firm providing financial servic-
es to individuals, corporations and
municipalities through more than
3,600 financial advisers in 2,119
offices throughout trie United..
States.


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Neutered male.
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Lost vic. Inglis, may
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(352)447-6120
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red, miracle ear,
In vicinity of Homosassa,
Crystal River, urgently
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at DOUG'S SALON
257-3300/563-2002
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serve credit card assis-
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wants to fix for fishing.
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ATTRACTIVE SWF
seeking male
companion. Candl,
352-628-1036




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Misc. Seafood 795-4770




Burial Niche, Indoors
at Fero Memorial
Gardens, Beverly Hills
(904) 288-8157
Fountains Memorial Pk.
Mauseleum Crypt for 2
w/opening & closing.
Have moved, will sell
below market value.
Call 352-628-2555,
ask for Donna.
Stained Glass Niche
w/plaque, Fero Mem.
Gardens $2,000./ obo.
(352) 228-1988




BABYSITTER
Needed on occasion
for 9-yr old. 860-1302
NOW TAKING
APPLICATIONS
F/T Accredited
(must have CDA).
Child Care Giver
Pd. holiday & Vac.
Exc. working cond.
Call between
1:30 & 5:00
352 341-3244 or
212-2708 for appt.
PRE-SCHOOL
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352-344-9444
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ACCOUNTING
CLERK
Large volume
accounting
department needs
hands on individual
with problem solving
skills and the ability to
handle full range of
accounting duties.
Must have full
knowledge of GL PR
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W/C Job Cost, must
have excellent moth
skills, must be well
versed In computers
Including spread
sheets, and must
understand GL
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requirements to 957M
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1624 N Meadowcrest
Blvd. Crystal River, FL
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F/T Seeking well-or-
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communication, filing,
telephone, and people.
skills necessary, Interior
decorating/design ex-
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firm seeks exp.
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Secretary with strong
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needs of multiple
clients. All candidates
must possess exp. w/
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books, excel. Must be
both a self starter and
a team player, be
able to meet deadli-
nes and maintain a
positive attitude.
Send Resume to
Bottom Line
Bookkeeping
111 W Main St. :
Inverness, FL 34450

CLERICAL 'HELP
full iTr-re 'Pan'Time
Yankeetown Real Estate
loc Io r. g i r ,,r.uiii.ra.ti
'Exp. In Word; Includes
weekends. Call for
appt. (352) 447-0007

Exec. Adm. Asst.

Christian Organization
P/T, Administrative w/
some bookkeeping
proficient In Microsoft
office & quickbooks
.:.r r,3r.i. Cd p ,fe'.
r:,n,ai Email Resume
steveandangle3
@earthllnk;net'

EXP. OFFICE HELP
Computer smart
(352) 795-7003

F/T RECEPTIONIST
w/ Cardiology &
computer experience
Fax Resume to
352-726-5038
Aft Lydia

LEGAL SECRETARY
Busy downtown
Inverness attorney has
an immediate opening
for a full time exp. Legal
Secretary who Is self-di-
rected and motivated,
Mortgage foreclosure
and other real estate
exp. desirable. Pleasant
working environment
and competitive salary.
Send current resume to
James A. Neal Jr., P.A.
at 213 Courthouse
Square, Inverness, FL
34450 or via facsimile
(352) 726-1108.
Qualified candidates
will be contacted for a
confidential Interview.

LOCAL AUTO
DEALER

Looking for experi-
enced accounting &
clerical person,
Fax resume to:
407-297-0870
Will train right personal

P/T OFFICE HELP
Computer knowledge,
light typing, answering
phones & accounting
exp. Apply In person
GIST RV. 2524W. Hwy
44, Inverness.

Purchasing
Assistant

.Mercedes Homes Is
looking for an
extremely organized
and detailed person
who beyond typical
clerical abilities has
strong data entry
ability and estimating
skills. Individual will
review and maintain
contracts and
compliance.
Construction
knowledge and
vocabulary is a plus.
Must be proficient In
MS Office Suite,
Submit resumes to:
merhomes cam


JOBS GALORE!!III
www.AAA
EMPLOYMENT.NET
RECEPTIONIST
Fulll time, energetic,
receptionist needed for
busy construction
office. Computer &
telephone skills a must,
Fax resume to:
352-564-2584
RESIDENTIAL BLDR.
Office Assistant
needed w/
Bookkeeping,
computer skills &
building permit
application exp,
necessary.
(352) 726-4652

























Chair for Rent
(352) 634-1839
Leave message
HAIR STYLIST

Need stylist who is
Interested In building
a career Clientele not
necessary, as we are a
busy shop. Head to Toe,
Inv. (352) 726-1253 or
726-0251 evenings




CAREGIVER/
ASSISTANT
S4 Days a wk. Lt. House-
'kpng/lt. cooking, er-
rands, etc Depend.
local work ref, own
trans, 495 area. Pass
sec. & bkgrnd ck. Fax
Resume w/ all pars.
info (352) 564-0733

Estate
Housekeeper
Lo,:,nrg i.:r .
b ou';e -per 01r
large e-,iaT-e ir, ire
north. u'ler I ,Our.r,
area ,a .., H ir.e
respcrililh[. i Ir.: Ijj'."
heoa., clearnir,.
mlaun r, or3 irr..rdr.l
mending as needed,
,:i:-:er f.. ,aa.-..er
.:.rganl- r.:.r. r: er... r
shopping & light
cooking. Must be
oriented, courteous,
; discreet &
Responsible. Exp. a
preferred.-Salary and.
benefits commiserate
with experience.
Please send resume
to Citrus Chronicle,
Blind Box 956m,
1624 N. Meadowcrest
Blvd, Crystal River, FL
34429

... Experienced
Waitresses
Wanted.
Manor Family
564-1116
1239 S. Suncoast
SHomosassa
PART-TIME
CLEANING PERSON
Experience a must.
(352) 726-9481
PERSON TO ASSIST
85-yr old Inverness
woman in the home.
Lird.'al m co prep ilnr,3.
rl i,rl, I. ...l&er.,3..- el.:'
S1 r,.:.Irp l. 3 l r...
1pm-6pm frnlya726-8612
Source Testing
Technician

An Immediate position
Is available for an
emission testing
technician located In
Crystal River, Florida.
Position requires travel
with overnight stays. ,
Please visit http://www.
cem-solutlons.com/
html/Iops.htm for more
Information.




11-7 FULL TIME
CHARGE NURSE
Avante at Inverness
Is currently
accepting
.applications for
a full time Full Charge
Nurse for our
11-7 Shift,
Avante offers
excellent wages and
benefits including
shift differential
and bonuses.
Please apply at:
304 S. Citrus Ave.,
Inverness
or fax resume to
352-637-0333
or you can
email a resume to
avantegroup.com


Opportunities
Citrus Memorial
Health System,
the community's
preferred resource
for acute care, is
excited about our
plans for a
healthy future

*Technical
Services
Specialist
*Sterile
Processing
Tech
*Billing/
Collections'
Clerk -
Prime Net
*Environmen-
tal Services
* Nutritional
Services
*Clinic
Supervisor -
CPC Crystal
River
*LPNs/CMAs-
Prime Net/
ARFCC/
Crystal River
/Inverness/
Lecanto
eClinical Lab
Assistant
General
Mainten-
ance Tech
For more Information
*3r.1d Ic .'ren a1ir.ef
career opportjrni.irt'
111l J r,nlnlre ,11
www ciliusmh.com


of Citrus County
a Skilled Facility has
. openings for:

CNA's Fulitime
3-11 & 11-7
RN Fulltime 3-11
Health & Dental
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
bf FL & paid
.oc ilc.r,
C.n,ie l,lIr. c.ur
.' :.cpisor.o Hur;Ing
Teaml
Fax Resume (352)
746-0748 or
Apply in person
Woodland Terrace,
124 Norvell Bryant
Hwy. Hernando
(352) 249-3100:










of Citrus Count)
a Skilled Facility has
openings for:.

Housekeeping/
Laundry
Supervisor
Fax Resume (352)
746-0748 or
Apply In person
Woodland Terrace
124 Norvell Bryant
Hwy. Hemando
(352) 249-3100


SIGN-ON BONUS

for select FT RN and LPN
positions!!
SUPER POOL OPPORTUNITIES.
A ND .4 COMPLETION BONUS
for committing to 3 weeks or more!!
Med/Surg or Telemetry
RNs $38 .00/hour
LPNs $26.00/hour
(7pm-7am only)

Inquire about our
NEW ENHANCED TIERED-PAY
PROGRAM FOR PER DIEM RNs

Staff RNs:
OB (per diem)
ICU, Cath Lab
MedSurg, Telemetry
Charge/MedSurg
Charge/OB
Home Care
Childbirth Educator (per diem)

Other Opportunities:
LPN
PCA
Echo Tech (per diem)
Radiology Tech
(Mammo or CTexp. preferred)
Physical Therapist
Physical Therapy Assistant
Respiratory Therapist (nights)
Medical Technologist
Phlebotomist
FloorTech
Director-Health Information Management

Inquire about our sign-on bonus for
select positions!
SRRMC is part of the
HMA family of hospitals
For information about these and other
opportunities, please apply to:
Human Resources
6201 N. Suncoast Blvd., Crystal River, FL 34428
Fax # 352-795-8464
Job Line # 352-795-8418
Email:
Linda Macaulay@srrmc.hma-corp.com a t
Web Site: www.srrmc.com A Rv
EOE/DRUG FREE WORKPLACE n i o0n'. a.l).oo

SEVEN RIVERS
REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
I II


ARBOR TRAIL
REHAB

Is now accepting
applications for:
Full-Time Evening
COOK
Part-Time Evening
DIETARY AIDE
Come Join our Caring
Tedmi
Apply In person
Arbor Trall Rehab
611 Turner Camp Rd
Inverness FL EOE


Crystal River
Health and Rehab
Center

A skilled nursing
facility is looking for
caring Individuals to
fill the following
position:

Dietary Cook

We need
dependable people
with a positive
attitude, who take
pride In a job well
done. Previous
experience in a'
SIIied-3 nur:ir.g ,a:iir,,
a pii.

Crystal River Health
ard R'ehoab offer.
e rceliEni po, 3-1,.
benetii a .well as a
:ofe en rir:.rimer,l It
S-u would il.'e IC. be
a part ,o our team
please cr.niaot
Crystal River Health
and Rehab Center
136 NE 12th Ave.
Crystal River, FL 34429
(352) 795-5044
HR/Connie DFWP/EOE


CNAs
ALL SHIFTS
Avante at Inverness
Is currently
accepting
applications for CNAs
all shifts. Avante offers
excellent pay for
' years of experience,
shift differential,
weekend differential,
bonuses for extra,
shifts. Excellent
benefits package for
fulltime employees.
Please apply al:
304 S. Citrus Ave,
Inverness
or fax resume to
352-637-0333 or you
can emall a
resume to
avantegroup corn


Crystal River
Health and
Rehab Center

Assistant Director
of Nursing

An opportunity for a
self motivated team
player to become
part of a growing
professional team.
Florida RN license
required. Previous
ADON experience
preferred. CPR and
CNA Instructor
certification a plus,
Please contact
Bonnie Lawrence,
RN, BSN, Director of
Nursing at
Crystal, River Health
and Rehab Center
136 NE 12th Ave.
Crystal River, Florida
34429
(352) 795-5044
or fax resume to
(352) 795-5848
or e-mail
bonnie.lawrence@
,northporlhealth.com
DFWP/EOE


DENTAL ASSISTANT

F.xi poceod Dentoi
.r*:', e : earC 11r. ,rg [cr
Fultime assistant
Enthusiastic,
er.r eli. ,el .
rT i...,iled We are
looking for a team
player with good
.:cmmuricaiior. :kii
Se.perierice in rr.:.rl
office prcedurE,
with a willingness to
preform duties where
needed. Please call:
(352) 795-1074
or fax resume to:
(352) 795-3310


.- / . .
'*. '. E .. S

S."" AM GREAT CARE .


Citrus Memorial Hospital is now
Citrus Memorial Health System,
and is better than ever! We've been
providing compassionate care for
almost 50 years, with plans to
continue our commitment with the
same kindness and warmth that
we're known for.

SR. RECRUITER/EMPLOYEE
RELATIONS SPECIALIST

The selected self-starting candidate
will be responsible for all aspects of
recruitment, retention and employee
relations, including coordinating/
attending job fairs; conducting
interviews and background/reference
checks; and promoting our LPN
and RN scholarship programs.
Requires a Bachelor's degree and 3-5
years of human resources/recruitment
experience. Experience in acute care
setting a plus.

Please apply online at:
www.citrusmh.com

CIT' ME OIAL


DENTAL
ASSISTANT
$500 Sign-on Bonusl
Available For Both
PositionsI
Coast Dental
offers excellent
compensation and
benefits.
Call 1-877-COAST-17,
ext. 1046, or fax
resumes to
(813) 289-4500.
OE/M/F/D/V.
Drug-Free Workplace.


Dialysis
Opportunities
Fresenius Medical
Care
Inverness Dialysis
Center Is seeking a
Nocturnal RN.
Experience preferred
In Dialysis. Will train
motivated, reliable
Individuals. Excellent
benefits.
Apply: FMC of Inv.
1510 Hwy. 41 N.,
Inverness, FL
(352) 637-0500 or fax
resume: (352)
726-9199 Attn: Jody





















IMMEDIATE
OPENINGS FOR
HOME HEALTH
WE NEED YOU111!
Te Multiple









F/T Positions open:
*Lsklle:r d N r.,silI
M*Lr er. o.?. .k -


FULL TIME:
*Administrative
Assistant/Office
l.lar.oger for .:.,rr
O.:oi0.C*ric. -
MUS have medical

Great Pay & Benefits
Including:
C.o.mrrpil e
Healin COrma' &
Liie iriurar,'e
Ucr reel nwork















Cell r..-.-r
Allowance
Prd.:tipt.er, .r,,u
UTPleaste call:

Fax Resume to.
(352)368-4037


LAUNDRY AIDE/
HOUSEKEEPER
u.ants or In.ErnE..
.:utrrr ti a. r. : .tir.rr
Laurir, ridi'; oria
Inverness



or fax resume to
352-637-0333
or you can e-mail

avantegrouo coa





NEW WAGE SCALE.
Seeking outgoing,

Apply at:
BARRINGTON PLACE
(352)746-2273


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i^:GR AMK RE AT CAkE.-


Citrus Memorial Hospital is now Citrus Memorial
Health System, and is better than ever!

NURSING NEW GRADS WELCOME!

NOW HIRING CHIEF NURSING OFFICER


* Telemetry
Cardiovascular
Sled/Surg
Resource Pool
Home Health
Allen Ridge Family Care
*ARNP


REHAB

* Physical Therapist
* Physical Therapy Assistant


* Patient Care Coordinator -
RN
* Patient Care Coordinator -
Emergency RN
* Nursing Resource
Coordinator LPN
* Patient Care Assistants
(CNAs)


* Respiratory Therapists -
FT & PRN
* PTA Home Health


DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING


* Nudear Medicine
Supervisor
* Radiology Tech


OTHER EXCITING OPPO.
* Senior Recruiter/Employee *
Relations Specialist
* Medical Records Manager
* Pharmacists FT & PT

If you're looking for a friend
latest technology, remember

Please apply online at:
www.citrusmh.com


* CT Tech
* Cath Lab Tech
* LQlrasound Tech


RTUNITIES
Clinical Lab Scientists -
Chemistry & Cy'ology
Pharmacy Tech Pool


Jly workplace with the
our name!




CITRUS MEMORIAL V
7 oi *'A


I,-


Medical Billing
Specialist

The preferred
candidate will have
2+ yrs, medical billing
exp., strong data
entry and good
communication skills.
Medicare biling,
electronic, paper
claims processing
and DDE a plus. We
offer competitive
compensation and
benefits including
medical, dental, life
holiday pay and
vacation time.
If you are Interested
in joining a growing
company, please
send your resume for
consideration to:
Director of Recruiting
P.O. Box 1214
Homosassa Springs,
FL 34447
Fax (352) 382-0212
Or e-mail vbolton@
tampabay.rr.com

NURSES
$$$ WHERE YOUR
EXPERIENCE
COUNTS $$$

Where do
experienced nurses,
dedicated to the
higher standards of
elder care go for
above average
salary'& great
benefits? Look no
further..; Crystal River
Helath and Rehab
Center, a skilled
nursing facility, is the
answer.,

If you possess above
average skills, good
documentation and
a genuine caring
jn1,i.'Jd we have a
place for you. We
offer a salary range
comparable to your
experience and
great benefits.
Crystal River Health
and Rehab Center
136 NE 12th Ave.
Crystal River, FL 34429
(352) 795-5044 HR/
Connie DFWP/EOE.


NURSING
ASSISTANT
Do you have nursing
exp. but are not
C.i.ert ,e 11 ,ou're
I ,ii .g i :. .-..:.rk hard
and have a positive
attitude, come
apply at Barrington
Place. Strong
communication and,
customer service skills
a must.,
Excellent benefits..
Fun olace to work
ana
Call Hor ell

BARRINGTON PLACE
2341 W. Norveil
Bryant Hwy. Lecanto
No Phone Calls

Per Diem Positions
Registered Nurses
Pnysical Therapy
Assistants

fe.,.er careers rn',at
"ucr. .3 alnrerec a ir
ifie
F. .r people moi e
aj r. 2 .11",r ,.- e r.
rr,@r Community
WE a D .'r.rrired e..
im pr..,.in. tr.r 311-1 rn
.ord Ciro.,:.g Our
staff with the
,opportunities and
:,jpp,:,rt I ,.-, .-,', I,:,
.i.:... r C c, o e .3
part of the Mederi
Home Care Team
ic,,e-nse. ,-r, ., r ,
that you are making
a difference A caring
difference you can
feel ir ,.:,u ore a
r,.arii, llea
compassionate
dedicated
professional with
current Florida
license, qualified to
provide quality care
to patients during one
of the most difficult
times of their lives,
we need you.
We offer competitive
visit rates
and mileage
reimbursement.
For additional
Information contact
Maureen for
Brooksvllle (Hernando
County) 352-592-1424
fax: 352-592-1477
or Inverness
(Citrus County) office,.
352-726-3874, fax#:
352-726-6089, e-mail
mzwierko
@mederi.com.
visit our website
www.mederi.com
Mederi
EOE DrugFree
Workplace

RN VACANCY
NIGHT SHIFT


WORK SIDE BY SIDE
WITH OUR
PROFESSIONAL
HEALTH CARE TEAM
AT SUMTER
CORRECTIONAL
INSTITUTION LOCATED
IN BUSHNELL.
Graduate nurses
are eligible for
employment.

* Exceptional Health
Care Insurance
* Vested Retirement
after six years
* Comprehensive
State of Florida
Benefit Package
Career Service Rate
RN $16.83/hr to
$19.16/hr. + benefits,
OR
OPS-per diem
rates available (non-
benefited positions).
per Diem Rate-
.RN-up to $31/hr.,
LPNs-up to $22/hr.
Contact:
Kathyrn Reed, LPN,
@904-368-3310
email: reed.kathvrn@
mall.de.state fl us
or Sharon McKinnle,
RN, at 850-922-6645
email:
mcklnnle.sharon@
mall dc.state fl us


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CIrRus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


lOD INIWMTAV MARCH 12. 2006


LPN PT
Every other weekend.
5am-2pm.

CNA'S FT & PT
3-11 & 11-7
Assisted Uving Facility.
Sign on bonus
Pay based on exp.
Benefits after 60 days
Vacation After 90
days. Apply In Person:
Brentwood Retirement
Community
Commons Build.
1900 W. Alpha Ct.
Lecanto 352-746-6611
DFWP/EOE


MEDICAL
ASSISTANT


Needed, In Internal
Medical Office
Fax Resume.
(352) 465-3733
MEDICAL ASSIST.

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

"ai t mnotive
Yoiiur world first.
Every Day

CI ICONI!Ef
cud:' r s


-----
Nurse
F/T & P/T
7-3&3-11

Shift differential. I
Bonuses abundant
Highest paid in
Citrus County. I
Join our team,
Cypress Cove I
Care Center
700 SE8th Ave.
(3Crystal River
(352) 795-8832

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y6ut world firsr.
Ever. Da

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STMC

THILERAPY M. .' .'.. t Mi .T CORP, v, i .

REHAB DIRECTOR

Physical or Occupational Therapist

A leading provider of therapy services is seeking an
experienced manager for the Rehab Dept at Woodland
Terrace, Citrus County's finest Skilled Nursing Facility.
This salary position offers quarterly incentives, excellent
compensation & benefits including medical, dental, life,
continuing education, PTO & Holiday- Pay.
Join a "Great" company & work at a "Great" facility!

If you are interested, please send your resume for consideration to:

Therapy Management Corporation
Attn: Director of Recruiting
P.O. Box 1214
Homosassa Springs, FL 34447
Fax 352-382-0212; Phone 352-382-7147
vbolton@therapymgmt.com
663141


MEDICAL OFFICE
Looking for Front & Back
office help. Send
Resume to Box 954P c/o
Citrus Chronicle, 1624 N
Meadowcrest Blvd.,
Crystal River, FI 34429


P/T ACTIVITIES
AIDE

If you are Fun,
outgoing,
and energetic.
Apply at:
BARRINGTON PLACE
2341 W. Norvell
Bryant Hwy. Lecanto
No Phone Calls


NOW HIRING
Experienced,
Caring & Dependable

CNA's/HHA's
Hourly & LIve-In,
Flexible schedules
offered. $9.00-$9.50/hr.
CALL LOVING CARE
(352) 860-0885

PT, LPTA, OT
COTA
Full-time,
Part-time &
PRN

In an effort to provide
residents of Citrus
County and surround-
ing areas with the
most progressive re-
habilitative services,
Surrey Place of
Lecanto Is looking for
professionals whose
values and work ethic
are second to none, if
this kind of mutual
benefit appeals to
you as a dedicated
team player deyoted
to helping others,
Surrey Place of
Lecanto would like to
speak with you about
how we can grow
together to better
serve our patients.
Contact
Gary Robertson at
352-746-9500


P\T 7:00 am 2:30 pm, 3 days per
week, scheduling flexible. Join a
great team of caring professionals
providing for adults with'
developmental disabilities. Casual
dress code. Excellent pay rate!

Apply at the Key Training Center
Human Resource Dept., or call
S141-4633
(tDD: 1-800-546-1833 ext 347) "EOE* 3


Physical
Therapist
Assistant
Full Time position
immediately
available in Citrus
County Outpatient
Clinics. Competitive
Salaries, Incentives &
Benefits. Become a
member of the
strongest therapy
team In the County
and work for a
Great company
PTA Degree & PTA
license required.
vbolton@
therapymgmt.com
Call 1-800-610-9080
Fax 1-800-610-9680


RN/LPN
3-11 &11-7
Sign-on Bonusl
Come join a great.
teamI
We offer excellent
benefits:
*401K/lealth/
Dental/Vislon
*Vacation/Sick Time
Apply In person:
Arbor Trail Rehab
611 Turner Camp Rd
Inverness, FL
EOE


P/T ULTRA SOUND
TECH
Call
(352) 527-0430 or Fax
resume:(352)527-1516

PHLEBOTOMIST/
COURIER

Clean license, e-mail
labshr@yahoo.com

RN'S & LPN'S
Needed immediately
Hosp. & N.C. Staffing
WE PAY THE
HIGHEST RATES
Apply online at:
www amsisthebest coam

SOCIAL
WORKER
NEEDED F/TI
FOR SNF

BSW or Bachelor's
degree in a related
field required.
MSW preferred. 2
years exp. In SNF,
knowledgeable about
MDS process,
Medicare guidelines,
and discharge
planning. May phone
(352) 746-9500
for Interview or
fax resume to
352-746-9666.
Pay commensuate
with experience.


SURREY PLACE OF
LECANTO IS
LOOKING FOR
CNA'S
For 3-11 & 11-7
Full Time & PRN

RN's, LPN's
11-7
Full time &
Part Time

Please apply within
2730 WMarc
Knighton Ct
(352) 746-9500


CILASSIFICEIDS


EARN AS YOU LEARN
CNA Test Prep/CPR
Continuing Education
341-2311/ Cell 422-3656
RN's/LPN's
BEST RATES IN TOWN
WEEKEND VISITS
Perfect for extra
moneyll
A+ Healthcare Home
Health 564-2700
'-- --- '


RN/LPN
FT/PT
Exciting position for
experienced RN/LPN
in growing Specialist
Care Medical Office.
Great benefits Incl.
401k. Fax Resume to:
(352) 746-6333



M-.

CH koipNIE


ACCOUNTING
CLERK

Part time, minimum
of two years in
accounting profi-
cient with MS Excel,
Word and Window
operating system,
proficient use of
calculators.
Excellent customer
service skills. Demon-
strated organizational
multitasking ability
and financial skills.
Responsibilities
Include: receivables,
payables, billing and
Sproofing. Assist In
preparation of
month-end close-out
functions. Back up,
front desk reception
Weekend hours
required.
EOE Drug screen
required for final
applicant, Send
resume to: hr@
chronicleonline .com
or fax to:
(352) 564-2935


ACCOUNTANT

Arthritis &
Osteoporosis Clinic
of Florida In
Crystal River,
needs accountant
to prepare, analyze
profit & loss
statements,
bookkeeping, file
tax returns,
determines general
accounting
software for
business
implementation,
administers
employee
compensation,
payroll, Insurance
& accounts
receivable.
Knowledge of-CPT
coding,
experience In
electronic billing
(Medware) for
insurance
reimbursement.
Accounting
degree preferred.
Send resume to:
Director, 700 SE 5th
Terrace, Ste. 6,
Crystal River, FL
34429

ADMINISTRATIVE'
ASSISTANT
NEEDED

For 120 bed Skilled
Nursing Facility.
Duties Include front
desk reception,
assisting with
personnel records
management, be
proficient in use of all
office equipment.
Including ability to
type business
communication..
Must be pleasant
and customer service
oriented. Hours of
work are Monday
through Thursday
9am to 6:30 PM.
Please apply In
person Mon. Fri.
AT SURREY PLACE
2730 W Marc
Knighton Ct
Lecanto


PC Troubleshooters
We clean, optimize
PC's Call for in home
appt. Ask for Mark
(352) 219-7215


A TREE SURGEON
Uc.&lns. Exp'd friendly
serve. Lowest rates Free
estimates,352-860-1452
AFFORDABLE, -
S DEPENDABLE, m
HAULING CLEANUP,
I PROMPT SERVICE
I Trh, Trees,Brush,
i Debris &Garages
352-697-1126

SAll Tractor & Dirt Service
l Land Clearing, tree Ser.
Removal. Driveways/
S concrete 302-6955
S DOUBLE J STUMP
S GRINDING, Mowing,
Hauling,Cleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852
D's Landscape & Expert
Tree Svce Personalized
design. Cleanups &
Bobcat work. Fill/rock &
Sod: 352-563-0272.
K & K TREE & DEBRIS
Tree trimming, topping
S& removal, stump grind-
Ing, & debris removal
Nick (352) 400-0770
John (352) 220-7385
-AWNCARE-N-MORE
Lawns, Hedges, Mulch,
Leaf Removal, Clean
Ups, Haul, 726-9570
M&C CLEAN UPS & BOB
SCAT SERVE Trash & Brush
removal, const. debris,
Free est. (352) 400-5340

S PAUL'STREE & E
I CRANE SERVICE
i Serving All Areas.
Trees Topped,
S Trimmed, or
I Removed.
FREE ESTIMATES.
S (352)458-1014

R WRIGHT TREE SERVICE,
tree removal, stump
S grind, trim, lns.& Uc
#0256879 352-341-6827
; STUMPS FOR LE$$
C"Quote so cheap you
won't believe Itd"
(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


VChris Satchell Painting
& Wallcovering.All work
2 full coats.25 yrs. Exp.
Exc Ref. Ltc#001721/
Ins. (352) 795-6533
A-1 Painting & Pres sure
Washing. Ir.,i E.i E ',1 -
iocih.,r..Jauai Lr,.- Z';'JN
IPer (352) 302-2524
All Phoze Construction
QJ'uiir, Opainrirr. & rn-
pairs. IFauA Trin. ,Ju266bmU
352-586-1026 637-3632
CHEAP/CHEAP/CHEAP
DP Pressure Cleaning
& Painting. Licensed &
Insured. 637-3765
'Robert Lovellng*
Painting, Inc. LP-9011
Uc. Contractor for 20
yrs., Com/res. Free est.
Office (352) 746-9173
Mobile (352) 346-9032
FERRARO'S
PAINTING SERVICE
Interior,.Exterior.
SFree Estimates.
Senior Discount.
(352)465-6631
George Swedlige
Painting- Int./Ext.
Pressure Cleaning- Free
est. 794-0400 /628-2245
INTERIOR/EXTERIOR
& ODD JOBS. 30 yrs
J. Hupchick Lc./Ins.
(352) 726-9998
LADY PAINTER
Int. *& Ext; Wallpa-
pering, drywall repairs
Pressure Washing,
(352) 220-6336
MICHAEL DAVIDSON
20+ yrs. exp. Painting
contractor/ handyman'
Lic.3567 (352) 746-7965,
Michael J!s Painting
30 years exp. interior &
exterior, repaint & new
construction LUc. & Ins.
949-3597, (352)490-4391
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
I Acrylic Decking
U 352-464-3967
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PRESSURE CLEANING
Painting, Roof Coating,
Repairs. Free estimates.
#73490256567 726-9570
PRESSURE CLEANING
Painting, Roof Coating,
Repairs. Free. estimates.
#73490256567 726-9570







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


a"Tax

Fast Tax Prep
Personals & Corporate
Practicing since 1987.
Confidential. 220-6353




Affordable Boat Maint.
& Repair, Mechanical,
,Electrical, Custom Rig.
John (352) 746-4521
QUALITY OUTBOARD
REPAIRS Full & ooc.i
:i3i iersnc.eilorui
t .1anr ,=6352.28-'3.331 -




Citrus Gas LLC
Gas service, piping &
Installation. Uc. & Ins.
(352) 637-4648




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)
UGLY TUB? Call Pro Tub
No tub too sad-we'll
make It glad'i i -,r
Protubrnet 613-5828




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




4 LOVING CARE E
:That rfmakes'a
difference. Will care
for elderly person In my
home or yours 24 hr.
care. Louisa 613-3281
ELDER CARE
IN YOUR HOME
Exp. Caregiver
(352) 560-6135
Exp. Cert. Nurse Asst,
over 18 years exp. will
care for your love one.
AM/PM Shift. Contact
Iris (352) 476-7730




CHILDCARE In my home
TLC & exp. wall ages
EXCELLENT REFERENCES
*./(3o5 ) O3-511R8..


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


CINDERELLA'S
Home Cleaning
RELAX-Wetdo the dirty
workl(352) 746-7760
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
House Cleaning, Free
Est. Dunnellon, Citrus.
ir'nra Hernor,. -
N 6 e. 1l- Hill:

KAYLA'S CLEANING
bi-wkly, monthly, Uc./
Ins. Bonded, Free Est.
341-0275 Fernanda
MELODIE'S Cleaning
& Gardening, Homes,
landlords, $10. off 1st
visit. (352) 220-6035
Post Contruction to
Residental/Com-
merlcal. Exp. & Lic.
(352)637-1497/476-3948




DISCOUNT COUNTER
TOP 0e-uit.,3.-i-ir,, .S
, rear All types of
Handyman Work .::
2A.1 (352) 212-7110
Formica Brothers.
D.:.r. I r epla: race
.Cabinets/Counter tops
Relamindting
(352) 586-3010




Additions/ REMODELING
New construction
Bathrooms/Kitchens
LIb. & Ins. CBC 058484
(352)344-1620
Remodeling & Renova-
tions. Lic.CGC 062450
& Ins. (352) 344-9435
(352) 228-0432
ROGERS Construction
Additions/remodels,
new homes. Most
home repairs. 637-4373
CRC1326872




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



A-I Painting & Pre's sure
Washing. Int/Ext Satis-
faction guar. LIc29349
Ref. (352) 302-2524
AUGIE'S PRESSURE
Cleaning Quality
Work, Low Prices. FREE
Estimates: 220-2913
COCHRANE'S Pressure
Cleaning, free est.. Uc.
acct. 30211 637-5345
local cell, 201-9788
Mike An derson Painting
Int/Ext Painting & Stain-
ing, Pressure Washing
also. Call a profession-
al, Mike (352) 464-4418


e


PICARD'S PRESSURE
CLEANING & PAINTING
Roofs w/no, pressure,
houses,driveways. 25 yrs
exp. Llc./Ins. 341-3300
PRESSURE CLEANING
Painting, Roof Coating,
Repairs. Free estimates.
#73490256567 726-9570










"HOME REPAIRS"'
Painting, power wash -
jobs big & Small #1453
(Eng./ Spanish)746-3720
#1 IN HOME REPAIRS,
paint, press.wash, clean
roof&gutters, clean up:
if0169757,344-4409
Elyte Home Services
Shower & Tub Encl.,
Grab Rails, & gutters
Ins. Uc#99990255004,
(352) 220-9056
A HIGHER POWER
Ceiling fans,
Lights, etc.
Uc. #999900p22251
422-4308/344-1466
AAA HOME REPAIRS
Maint & repair prob-
lems Swimming Pool
Rescreen99990000162
352-746-7395

AFFORDABLE
DEPENDABLE i
HAULING CLEANUP.
I PROMPT SERVICE I
STrash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Furn,-Const,
| Debris & Garages |
* 352-697-1126 _
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ALL IN ONE we- 3 ,ii ai
gi.e u a cal Free er:
Sr. Disc. v 9u0,9B0
Art, (352) 726-6675
Andrew Joehl
Handyman. General
Maintenance/Repairs
Pressure & cleaning.
Lawns, gutters. No Job
too small Reliable. Ins
02562Z1352-465-9201
BILL STEWART Pressure
wash, Malnt.& Repair
Painting,hauling, IIc#
73490234087 344-2904
DANIEL HARSH EXP.
HANDYMAN.
Full Range Services. No
Job too small. Punctual,
Reliable & Affordable,
Lic. 80061, Ins. & Ref:.
(352) 746-2472
DbISCOUNT COUNTER
TOP Resurfacing &
repair. All types of
Handyman Work. Llc.
28417 (352) 212-7110






L & L HOME REPAIRS
& painting. days wk
Uc #99990003008.
(352) 341-1440


C-


NATURE COAST HOME
REPAIR & MAINT. INC.
Offering a full range of
services.Llc.0257615/Ins.
(352) 628-4282 Visa/MC
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall.,Texturing,
Painting; Vinyl. Tile
-,or 30yrs.exp.
344-1952 CBC058263



At TECHNOLOGIES
'laimo a InrOll..1,
Stereo, phone; cable 8
more (352),746-0141



All of Citrus Hauling/
Moving items delivered,
clean UpsEverything
from A to Z 628-6790
F AFFORDABLE,
I DEPENDABLE, m
HAULING CLEANUP,
I PROMPT SERVICE I
Trash, Trees, Brush, |
Appl. Furn, Const,
Debris & Garages |
S 352-697-1126
L m m m J I
Appl., Furn. & Trash
Removal, Moving?
YOU CALL ..I'LL HAUL
Larry795-5512, 726-7022
C.J.'S HAULING Small
local moves, appliance
pick up, trash, etc.
(352) 726-2264 or
(352) 201-1422
Hauling Small Loads
o. urr, troilE- r uniI.il m
r,,,: p'',, ue t.I riul r.' ,
,or.3 ..ale 5, S Tror
795-3015 or 634-1789
J&J Moving & Hauling**
Clean Outs,Relocatlons
Odd Jobs, Yard Work
(352) 628-9370
LAWNCARE-N-MORE
Lawns, Hedges, Mulch,
* Leaf Removal, Clean
Ups, Haul, 726-9570
M&C CLEAN UPS & BOB
CAT SERV Trash & Brush
removal, const. debris,
Free est. (352) 400-5340
WE MOVE SHEDS
564-0000




Best Wood Floor Co.
Laminate & wood floor
Installations. Lifetime
Warr. Free Estimates
(352) 209-2707
CARPET FACTORY Direct
Restretch,clean, repair
Vinyl, Tile, Wood, (352)
341-0909 Shop at home


G ObeFencing
All kinds of fences
JAMES LYNCH FENCE
Free estimates.,
(352) 527-3431
A 5 STAR COMPANY
Go Owens Fenclng
All types.Free estimates
Comm/Res. 628-4002.
BEACH FENCE
Free est., Uc. #0258336
(352) 628-1190
813-763-3856 Cell


ABSiOLUE BE S


ABSOLUTELY BEST
PRICES
Free Estimates. All Types
20 yrs exp. AC#27453
(352) 795-7095, Dallas



IRRIGATION- New
SSystems &. Repairs. Ins.
Uc. 3000. AL Evans
(352) 637-5825


HISE ROOFING
New const. reroofs &
repairs. 25 yrs. exp. leak
rpec. #CCCa1327059
(352) 344-2442
J,T. Neely Roofing
Reroofs, new roofs &
repairs (352) 637-6616
or 866-300-5469
John Gordon Roofing
Reas. Rates. Free est.
Proud to Serve You.
ccc 1325492.
795-7003/800-233-5358




All Tractor & Dirt Service
Land Clearing, tree Ser.
Removal. Driveways/
concrete 302-6955
Benny Dye's Concrete
Concrete Work
All types Lic. & Insured.
RX1677. (352) 628-3337
BIANCHI CONCRETE
Driveway-Patio- Walks.
Concrete Specialists.
Uc#2579/Ins. 746-1004
Concrete Slabs
Driveways, patios, boat
shed & RV Slabs, etc.
Brick pavers. Uc.' & Ins.
Mario (352) 746-9613
CONCRETE WORK.
SIDEWALKS, patios,
driveways, slabs. Free
estimates. Uc. #2000.
Ins. 795-4798.

POOL BOY SERVICES
I Total Pool Care I
I Acrylic Decking
352-464-3967 I
RIP RAP SEAWALLS &
CONCRETE WORK
Lic#2699 & Insured.
(352)795-7085/302-0206



Elyte Home Services
Shower & Tub Endcl.,
Grab Rails & gutters
Ins. Uic#99990255004
(352) 220-9056
Additions/ REMODELING
New construction
Bathrooms/Kitchens
Uc. & Ins. CBC 058484
(352)344-1620'

S AFFORDABLE,
DEPENDABLE, m
HAULING CLEANUP, m
PROMPT SERVICE I
I Trash, Trees, Brush, |
Appl. Furn, Const,
Debris & Garages.
352-697-1126
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DUKE & DUKE, INC.
Remodeling additions
Uc. # CGC058923
Insured. 341-2675
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting, Vinyl. Tile
work. 30 yrs. exp.
344-1952 CBC058263


REPAIRS, Wall & ceiling
.sprays. Int/Ext Painting
Lic/Ins 73490247757
S 220-4845. ,

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




FILL, ROCK, CLAY, ETC.
All types of Dirt Service
Call Mike 352-564-1411
Mobile 239-470-0572
All Tractor & Dirt Service
Land Clearing, tree Ser.
Removal. Driveways/
concrete 302-6955
BUSHHOGGING, Rock,
dirt, tree, trash, drive-
ways, pressure wash
(352) 628-4743.

D&C TRUCK & TRACTOR
SERVICE, INC.
Landclearing, 'Hauling
& Grading. Fill Dirt,
Rock, Top Soil & Mulch.
Uc. lns.(352)302-7096
Fill Dirt Available
$2.00 per yard.
8 yard min. You haul.
(352) 228-9145 Iv. msg.
FLIPS TRUCK & TRACTOR,
Landclearing, Truck &
Tractor work. House
Pads, Rock, Sand, Clay,
Mulch & Topsoil.
You Need It, I'll Get II
(352) 382-2253
Cell (352) 458-1023
*TOP SOIL.
*Sand Rock*
8 YARD loads
(352) 302-6015
VanDykes Backhoe
Service. Landclearing,
Pond Digging &
Ditching (352) 302-7234
(352) 344-4288



F lit 4-----
AFFORDABLE,
S DEPENDABLE,
HAULING CLEANUP,
PROMPT SERVICE
I Trash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Furn, Const,
m Debris & Garages |
352-697-1126

All Tractor & Dirt Service
Land Clearing, tree Ser.
Removal. Driveways/
concrete 302-6955.


DAN'S BUSHHOGGING EML POOLS
Pastures, Vacant Lots, 'Pool cleaning & repair.
Garden Rota Tilling Serving Citrus County
Lic: & Ins. 352- 303-4679 32 yrs. Usc & Ins.
(352) 637-1904,
DONALD KERND'S MAVEN POOL MAINT.
M.H. demolition, Start enjoying
landclearing & Const. your pool again
debris (352) 634-0329 Chem. & full service
M&C CLEAN UPS & BOB avail. Lic. (352)726-1674
CAT SERV Trash & Brush Fm pmI SEl:
removal, const. debris, ERVICES
Free est. (352) 400-5340 Total Pool Care I
Acrylic Decking

POOL PRO.I- r.r ,tI
.,,-,' ,,',,jr 1 ,9 ,l11 J,,J_),_:,
problems addressed.
FRANKLIN AUER & SONS Free pool consultation
Landscaping, all types Nell (352) 344-8472.
of yard work. Complete
flower gardens & ponds
installed. Sr. Citizen
Discount. 352-382-2660 cc ir

D's Landscape & Expert Seasoned Oak Fire.
Tree Svce Personalized Wood, Split, $80,4x7;
design. Cleanups & Will Deliver.
Bobcat work. Fill/rock & (352) 344-2696
Sod: 352-563-0272


PRO-SCAPES
Complete lawn serv-
ice. Spend time with
your Family, not your
lawn. Uc./Ins.
(352) 613-0528
GLENN BEST
MOW- EDGE
*TRIM HEDGES- PALMS
795-3993
THE LAWN RANGER
$20. & up. We do It all1
Call 352-563-9824
Or 352-228-7320 .
Advanced Lawncare &
More CPmp. lawncare,
Pres. washing, odd jobs,
No Job too small Uc. Ins.
352-220-6325/220-9533 .

AFFORDABLE,
| DEPENDABLE, m
HAULING CLEANUP,
I PROMPT SERVICE I
STrash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Furn, Const,
I Debris & Garages |
352-697-1126 .
B & J Home Care
Complete lawn service.
Reasonable rates.
(352)746-2347/465-0214
Bill's Landscaping &
Complete Lawn Service
Mulch, Plants, Shrubs,
Sod, Clean Ups, Trees
Free est. (352) 628-4258
Discount lawn service
mowing, trimming,
leaves pick-up
(352)465-1290/527-1836
DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Hauling,Cleanup,
SMulch, Dirt. 302-8852
HALLOCK/SON LAWN
CARE 80x120 lot, $20
complete. Now serving
all of Citrus County
lic./Ins.(352) 746-6410


WATER PUMP SERVICE
& Repairs on all makes
& models. Uc. Anytime,
344-2556, Richard




MR CITRUS
COUNTY REALTY




*-


ALAN NUSSO
3.9% Listings
INVESTORS
BUYERS AGENT
BUSINESS BROKER
(3521 422-6956


RAINDANCER 0
Installing 6" Seamless res
7" cam A1 rnd & Copper
Unsuroassed Quality
For Over 15 yrs. Free Est.
. Uc. & Ins. 352-860-0714
r 'A ll MExterior ,4
Aluminum -
Quality Pricel 6"
Seemless Gutters
Uc& Ins .621-0881
L Mill


6 Insect Spray
y 3 Granular Fertilizer
3 Liquid Fertilizer
3 Weed Control
(1) Granular Pre-Emergent
Application
(2) Liquid Applications

527-9373
FREE INSPECTION FREE ESTIMATE,




PEST CONTROL- |


CONRET DEORAIN


Installations by
Brian CBC1253853
&v(# ol,*d4 &your d* a

352-628-7519







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


UGLY BROWN SPOTS?
Let us plug your lawn
for 3 the cost of sod

SPRING TO (REEN
Serving All Of Citrus County

527-91247
Guaranteed Results
NO Job Too Small


Mowing
Edging
Trimming
Plugging

Mulching

,527-9373
FREE INSPECTION FREE ESTIMATE


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BOOKKEEPER

Needed. Permanent
position. Computer
literate. Familiar with
Accounts Receivable
& Accounts Payable.
Good communica-
tion skills. Some train-
ing avail. A Drug Free
Workplace
Pay depends on
experience & ability.
Send Resume to:
PO Box 426
Crystal River, FL 34423




Full time
AD DESIGNER

The Citrus County
Chronicle Is seeking
an Ad Designer to
produce advertising
and editorial pages
for newspapers,
special products and
special sections.
MAC and PC formats.
Requires working
knowledge of
Multi-Ad Creator,
Quark & Photoshop,.
Application deadline
March 13
Send resume and
cover letter to: hr@
chronlcleonline.com
Drug screen required
for final applicant.
EOE



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BOOKKEEPER/
EXEC. SECRETARY
For retail business in
Homosassa.
Computer skils
required. Exp. +,
acctg. Software +.
Send cover letter,
resume, references &
salary req. to
kennzl4i
hotmall.com
or mail:
PO Box 2014
Valdosta GA 31604

GENERAL
ACCOUNTING
ASSISTANT
Basic accounting
knowledge Including
.AP. Must have
experience w/ Lotus,
excel, 10 key. Self
starter w/ desire to
learn general ledger,
bank statements w/
reconciliation.
Potential for
advancement.
Fax Resume to:
352-795-1275:
Or apply In person
Pro Line Boats
1520 S Suncoast Blvd.
Homosassa
DFWP/ EOE

Inside Customer
Service
Representative
Exciting career
opportunity awaits
you! National
software company Is
looking for people
with a positive
attitude to conduct
business with new
and existing
customers. The Ideal
candidate should
have people-skills,
typing and some
computer experience
We offer competitive
wages, commissions
and bonuses, health
insurance, and
profit sharing.
Please call
352/447-5000 for
further Information
or fax your resume to
352/447-5083.

JOB FAIR
Monday March 13th,
2006
6:00PM 8:00PM
"Make a positive
difference In a young
man's life"
Cypress Creek
Juvenile Offender
Correctional Center,
a residential program
for 96 high and
maximum risk males
committed to the
Dept. of Juvenile
Justice is recruiting for
Juvenile Corrections
Officer and Bachelor
Level Mental
Health Techs
Come take a tour of
the facility.
Refreshment will be
served
Cypress Creek
Correctional Center
2,5 WooIdlar.j
-lidge Dr Lec.r,l.:. FL
?J4o i
Drug Free WoriI.xe
/ EEO
Must be 21 years of
age, have a
satisfactory
background
screening and
complete a required
training course in
accordance with DJJ
rules and regulations

MARKETING
DIRECTOR
Barrington Place is
seeking an energetic,
detail-oriented
professional who will
be responsible for all
aspects of census
development,
Including evaluation
of potential residents
and development of
potential new
business, knowledge
of area hospitals and
physicians is required
as well as sales
experience In long
term care. Strong
communication and
some computer
skills a must.
Apply at:
Barrington Place
2341 W. Norvell Bryant
Lecanto, Fl


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Career Position
In software
development and
support. Computer
aptitude req. but no
exp. nec. $20K full
time or neg. part
time. 564-1511

CELLULAR SALES
ASSOCIATE
FULL & PT. Exp Req.
Base Pay + Comm
pkg CELLULAR DEPOT
795-0100

New Home
Builder/
Supervisor
West Central Florida
Division of Mercedes
Homes has an
Immediate opening
for an Individual with
3-5-plus years
production home
building experience.
Must be high energy,
organized, meet
deadlines, strong
customer/
sub-contractor skills.
Good salary, benefits.
Submit resumes to
MRobertson@mer
Drug Free
Workplace/EOE

REAL ESTATE CAREER
SSales Uc. Class I
* $249.Start 3/28/06
I CITRUS REAL ESTATE I
S SCHOOL, INC.
* (352)795-0060 "

STAFF
ACCOUNTANT
CPA firm needs
-accountant.
Preparation of
financial statements,
P & L, payroll and
sales tax. Public
accounting
experience and tax
prep a plus. Up to
$35,000 based on
experience.
Fax resume to:
352-795-1133
or e-mail to
2prlceco
tampabay rr.com

Survey
Coordinator
Heads crew for
boundary and
topographical
surveys; takes notes,
makes field
calculations, cuts
lines, sets monuments
and gathers Informa-
tion. Coordinates and
I supervises field
activities to produce
accurate and cost .
effective surveys by
crews. Utilizes
knowledge of
minimum technical
standards as set forth
by Florida Board of
Professional Surveyors
and Florida Stat.
Chap. 177. Requires
Florida Surveyor's '
license. Previous GPS
experience preferred.
Prefer strong
background in public
land surveys and
corner restoration.

l.lirin-,urr, of four ear-j
r. -le.3 '.,ork
e,.p.-rler,.?
Starting pay $17.85.
Excellent benefits.
Apply at the.
Citrus County Office
of Human Resources,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 283,
Lecanto FL 34461
no later than
Wednesday, March
15,2006.
ADA/EOE

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SHIFT MANAGER
Positions
Benefits, Insurance,
401k, competitive
pay.
Apply In person at:
IZZAHUT
of Crystal River
(352) 795-6116

ALL POSITIONS
At HOMOSASSA
RIVERSIDE RESORT &
RIVERSIDE CRAB
HOUSE.
Aoolv In Person
5297 S. Cherokee
Way, Homosassa


WANTED: DIESEL MECHANIC/MAINTENANCE
Full time position available for experienced
person with tools. Applicants must have verifiable
work experience. Salary open.
Apply in person at:
Inter-County Recycling, Inc.
1801 West Gulf To Lake Hwy., Lecanto
e6372 Drug Free Work Place / EOE


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*BREAKFAST/
LUNCH COOK
EXP. Only
*DISHWASHERS

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
Brentwood
Retirement
Community has
the Following
Openings:

Waitstaff &
Dietary Aides
FT & PT
Must be available
weekends & holidays.
Vacation after 90
days. Health
Insurance available
after 60 days
Apply In person
Commons Building
1900 W. Alpha Ct
Lecanto 746-6611
EOE, DFWP

COOKS
Needed at
prestigious Black
Diamond Country
Club located in
Lecanto. Minimum of
two yrs. experience
as a line or lead
cook. Apply at
Black Diamond
HR & Acct.
at Rock Crusher RV Pk
Rock Crusher Rd.
Crystal River
SDFWP
COOKS NEEDED

Scampl's Restauran'
(352) 564-2030,
Exp. Line Cook
Wait Staff
Apply at: CRACKERS
BAR & GRILL
Crystal River
EXP. SERVERS PT/FT
Also HOUSEKEEPER
Previous applicants
need not apply.
Seagrass Pub 8; Grill
10386 W. Halls River Rd
EXPERIENCED
SERVERS
Old Worid Restaurant
(352) 344-4443
HUNGRY HOWIE'S
PIZZA &SUBS

NOW HIRING
SHIFT MANAGERS
INSIDE STORE HELP
DELIVERY DRIVERS
In all locations
Delivery drivers earn
wage per hour + 1.50
per delivery + tips
Earning potential
$16. per hour.
Please Apply at:
1677 S. Suncoast Blvd.
Crystal River or
3601 N. Lecanto Blvd.
Beverly Hills

ON THE SPOT
INTERVIEWS
Wed., March 15
10 AM 4 PM
Positions Available:
Crew
Crew Trainers
Maintenance
Management
Competitive Pay
& Benefits
Call for Directions
or Questions.
Dunnellon
McDonald's
11232 N. Williams St.
Dunnellon, FL 34432
(352)489-4620



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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: Mar. 13, 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


** Immediate Openings**

Entry Level Management
Opportunities!

Potential To Earn $48K Your First Year!!!
, 5 Day Work Week / Set Schedules
Paid Vacations / Weekly Paychecks
Unlimited Growth Potential
Full Benefit Package *


Sales Associate
Opportunities!

Starting Pay: $7.50/Hr.
I Flexible Schedule
Advancement Opportunities
Other Great Benefits
Including Tuition Reimbursement!

APPLY NOW1 CALL 24 HOURS A DAY!
Management Applicants Call:
1-866-639-4473
Associate Applicants Call:
1-877-622-6222

www.racetrac.com
EOE


CHEVROLET CHRYSLER DODGE JEEP


Sorme people feel there are no high
paying professional jobs in
Citrus and Hernando Counties.



NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
We will train the right people
Come experience the
CRYSTAL DIFFERENCE.
We offer top of the line training and benefits
including health, life, dental and 401 (k).
Send resume to:
Crystal Motor Car Company, attn: Diane Kamin
P.O. Box 487 Crystal River, FL 34423
or call for appointment
Phone: 352-795-151 5 Fax: 352-564-1952
Email: dkamin@crystalautos.com


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`Togther everyow accomplishes mlore
alj".t I av"r Ctrws LLC, the nat.'.
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.ware seeking tehmf qualified
witib want-to. Invest In. their'future for. our,
Widwood area localon;i .

Me tianlcal back.d. rid preferred. Must
easef-stateraidabedto wor*k day hftfls.
Join Pot and recover:
Deveopmt nd Advancement
iortionltles LIfe andMedIcal Insurance
*"4Q1) PaidVacation -Competitve
S, Wage. .Tution Relmureasement
IFor fnn te considration, cal:
(352),748-448M between 9am & Opm
'a ask for the manager on duty.
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BARTENDER
3 days a week male or
female, Apply after 1pm
Sarge & Skip's Place
904 S. Hwy. 41, Inver-
ness next to Casey's
Pub (352) 726-8973
BARTENDERS
F/T P/T
INVERNESS
Golf & Country Club
Good working
conditions. Call for
appt. (352) 726-2583
*BARTENDERS
*SERVERS &
*COOKS
Exp. preferred. High
volume environment.
COACH'S Pub&Eatery
114 W. Main St., inv.
11582 N. Williams St.,
Dunnellon EOE


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HIRING SERVERS & Mid State FRAMERS Cut Man .EXP. CLASS A Framers LABORERS
COOKS Apply at the Concrete Inc. $$$ Local $$$ DRIVER
Restaurant in the Visitor A Trinity 352-302-3362 Exp. Only, for framing Flatbed, n State (352) 362-5343to help assist
Center on US 19 at the Company has an crew. (352) 465-3086 hFlatbedulng (35 in State Needed, to hseholp assisted
Wild Life State Park immediate A/C Service Tech hauling (352) 344-3396 in coding household
oppotuivt fed DRIVERS EXP. DRAFTSMAN M or Part Time. Start
MC DONALD'S motivated irePatelyeContact
Concrete Sales F/T. Growing Co. immediately, Contact
IN CRYSTAL RIVER Re Exp. preferred Class A & B. Auto Cad 2002, Arch. Dicks Moving Inc.
Day Time Crew for the Achua, Call (352) 564-8822 Required, Full time & design, Fax Resume (352) 621-1220
4:30 am 4:00pm Citrus, Lake, and Part Time. Local/ To: (352) 795-8824TOWER
Apply In Store. Marion and A/C SERVICE TECH Long Distance. or Call (352) 795-4155
Sumter counties Home most EXP. FRAMER SERVICE COMPANY
regions. The right Full time work, top pay Contact NEEDED Accepting
Now Hiringl candidate will have for riht person. Dlcks Movlng Inc. (352) 6373496 applications for,
All Positionil strong knowledge Citrus r, 95-1030 D362)v621)1220 Field Servioe Tech
of the (352) 621 0 EXP. FRAMERS IMAGINE GooFeld Payplus benefits.ech
construction oning Drivers Needed i eni
Apply within. Please concrete industry. Air Condionin Drivers NeededTHE Electric or Elect
see Craig or Amy. Excellent sales skills Installer 352-726-4652experience a plus
Peck's Old Port Cove with a high customer CDL Class A LUcense. EXP. FRAMERS, & POSSIBILITIES Apply In person at:
139 N. Ozello Trail service standard, Exp. Installer w/ EPA 2 yrs. exp. Home every LEAD MEN Hillghts Inc.
Crystal River. Strong Organizational Card needed for well night., Good pay & 4177 N. Citrus Ave.
skills and the ability to established bonus.program. Good pay for hard Skilled Crystal River, FI
multi-task. company. Good pay. Call (352) 447-5855 workers; Steady local Maintenance MARINE
Servers/Bussers Mid State offers Please Call DRYWALL STOCKER work; incentive work
excellent pay, bonus (352) 746-2223 to program; Call $16.00-$18.00 SERVICE
Needed at prestig- and benefits w/401K, schedule Interview. (352)465-3060 /hour TECHNICIAN
lous Black Diamond vacation and Needed for Building ( /hour
Country Club located holidays. Supply Co. Monday EXP. POOL CAGE (Starting rate Perform boat and
In Lecanto.Exp. req. For consideration for ALUMINUM thru Friday, 7am-pm, INSTALLERS & depends upon motor repairs, rigging
Exc. $$. Apply at this position please (352) 527-0578 DFWP GUTTER INSTALLERS experience) and electronic
Black Diamond fax your resume or E'd ranInstallation, Mercury,
HR & Acct. letter of Interest to Yamaha and Honda
Rock Crusher RV Park (352)528-1022 motivated persons. MUST HAVE CLEAN The following skills experience a plus.
Rock Crusher Rd. or mail to 20931 NE (352) 795-9722 DRIVER'S LICENSE are required: Full Benefit program.
Crystal River Hwy 27, Williston, FL 'cCall:(352) 563-2977 Perform scheduled Apply Today
DFWP 32696 ALUMINUM Mhibhanlcal lW. Exp'd Plasterers, and preventive RIVERHAVEN MARINA
ATTN: Administration INSTALLER LL Non-Experienced maintenance on all 5296 S. Rivervlew Cir.
SOFFIT GUTTERS Laborers Wanted forklift equipment Homosassa 628-5545
PEST CONTROL SOFFIT, GUTTERS Earn $$ while learning Laborers Wanted Must be Certified or
P SALES SCREEN ROOM the trade...entry level Stead o and ald have a minimum of MASONS &
positions available for y wo5 years experience MASON TENDERS
Looking fdr Sheet Metal. Starting vacation & benefits. as a forklift
Exp, Only. 20%exehedbtaySat ing Transportation a Must. technician
G Acommisio id expincedbut paayt$9.0 No drop offs. M27-4224, tec hcia Steady Citrus Co. work.
xomisonly. 2% ewxllpne to train prior experience $ Must be able to lift $10/hour to start.
weekly.Company motivated person. required. leave message 70 Ibs. Start Immediately
truck, benefits Construction Must be able to 352-302-2395
AdvertisingCall Vnny Nelson experience helpful Entry level office EXPERIENCED work overtime352-302-2395
Acct.Executive (352)634-4720 Dver's Ucense position available In INSTALLERS including weekends Mechanic
Acct. Executive (352) 634-4720 A Must project assisting.
r ET CMD INDUSTRIES Must be organized Must have FL Driver's ALL SHIFTS For tractor/traller
We havethe REALES CAREER 352-795-0089 and have a positive License & own AVAILABLE hop n Wldwood, FL
opportunity as one I Sales Uc. Class I attitude, transportation. Ep. on Thermo-king
of the fastest growing $249.Start 3/28/06 Auto Body Tech Apply in person: Fax resume to & Carrierunits.Pay
communities in the CITRUS REAL ESTATE *Competitive Pay Danel's Heating & Air 352-873-3731 $15.00 per hr.
U.S. We also have the I SCHOOL, INC. Exp, Required, *Great Benefits 4581 S. Florida Ave, Attention: Call Paul or Jim at
products, award (352)795-0060 $16.00/hr. + benefits Package Inverness Forklift Tech (352)748-5500
winning daily L ICall Bohnie or Bob Forklift Tech 7'
newspaper & monthly SALES (352) 726-9799 Fax or e-mall.resume r Experienced Ocala Kmart
w/a great staff 80-150K to 352-237-6258 or Plumber's Helpers Distribution Center
& award winning malnda@ccs 655 SW 52nd Ave.
technology. Most Start this week, mechanlcalcom ply In person Ocala, FL. 34474
Importantly, we have paid next week. Apply in person at Ma e ng AEOE Nht Shift Full-Time
a vislon- providing Experlenced In-home 737 SW 57th Avenue, 693SE8thTerrace U K IV
local businesses with ne call Sales Closers FOcala Crystal River. Off Hy. INSTRUMENT
cost efficient adverls- only. Verified 3 day- DFWP/EOE 19BehndPERSON Chronicle is currently
Ing that brings proven light appoints. daily. PERSON Chronicle is currently
results. Now we need Vechicle req. for I ELECTRICALaccepting applca-
YOU to help us make local coastal travel. .Oy ql F/T MACHINIST Needed for Survey tions for a nght shift
our vision complete. 1-800-518-5532. caditese Moronda Systems Cre, ,,roaa full-time Truck Driverg
The Villages Daily Sun i Is seeking Service With Surface/Form Conrrru.t:on A successful candi-
a fast growing daily i SALES PEOPLE A Technician, for the grinding exp. Company. date must possess a
In Central Florida, Is SALESPEOPLE AUTO TECH & Ocala area. Must Turbine Broach 401K/ Health/ Vac Class D license and
seeking a new NEEDED FOR LUBE TECH have experience Company Call (352) 797-3537 have a clean driving
Account Executive. NEEDED as well as own truck (352) 795-1163 EOE/DFWP record.
Experience In Lawn & Pest Sullivan Watts and tools. Top Pay Apply in person or
advertising is strongly Control Mazda Isuzu and benefits. FINISH AplpIlyGT I send resume to:
preferred. If you are Please contact Dave GRADER OP senHdICIA Cirus county
Interested, please TOP $$$ PAID Bonus after 90-day at.352-266-1551. Chronicle, Attn: .
w/resume &nd scove ry Benefits, company review. Full benefits, ELECTRICAL Needed for large Human Resources
to:sme&sr Benefits company. 401K. (352) 620-9000 E ARoad Constuction 1624 N. Meadowcrest
Srequirements tlro ask for Nick. Maronda Systems Company. ves Blvd., Crystal River,
The Villages, Human Apply in PersonIceFL 34429
Resources Depart. Bray's Pest Control Is seeking Electrlcldn, Experience & driver's
The Villages Darly Sun, (352) 7462990 *BODY SHOP for the Ocala area. license required. I rg. EOE,
1180 Pa ige Place, () -2 PERSON Must have experience Top pay & benefits. S:Flen :Drug screen for final
The Villages FL 32159 TEEAK R as well as own truck Call (352) 797-3537 "90E PaII St applicant,
TEXP. 6 NEEDEDTERS Good Pay, Good and tools. Top Pay EOE/DFWPHend
HEALTHEMMX, 6 NEEDIATELY Benefits, Good Hours and benefits.
AEDITy ELoApply Coma Auto Please contact Dave FOREMEN,
INSURANCE SALES Set your own Sales & Service, at 352-266-1551. LEADMEN, Johnsons M .j
for BC/BS schedule inverness I ---- 1 CARPENTERS &* Pontiac
Make$1000 wk Plus ELECTRICIANS LABORERS Suzuki &
Requires 2-18 license, Call 352-628-5700 I.. LABORERS Suzuki &
ss i C Budd Excavating You've worked for the: Mitsubishi NOW HIRINGI
Inveqress 2fficenCallu ExcaatIng Gaudette I rest now work for the Mitsubishi
352-237-1141, ext. 114
or fax 352-237-0903 4Dump Truck Electric Inc. best SCI. is now hiring Needs METAL INDUSTRIES
Drive equipment now acceoyerrer, leamen .lanuracturer or AC
Jhsn$no, ri pera.ornw accepplaion for i arperpers and aDor ) Exp. Sales People ganile: reg iter and

er' $$$e$$ $$$$$$$$ SrwKeo ter tono ii o&Managers irrwerad
Pontiac Serie iecnncan I -od bererili We oao rhat are rornet rd
Pontia TWA Class A CDL required. "ppicanmu rus luppl iv '.n ansaa roiumerr i T r u I
LCT WANSuzuki &TS YOU Front End loader exp. have rnl 5 ,ears loo h.Call Rick toda Body Shop Needs Tour Our Facilityl
Suzuki&d Opportunx Blade Op p nerce Arean I (352)279-4702 Body Techs & Come join us on:
Mitsubishi Immedoiate Growing Company.NesImdaerLi perato doing Servicr Painters Friday, March 3, 2006
Needs proceir.ng tf OTR (352)-400-2793 Upgrades Panel P 9:00am-2:00 pm,.
an.er ol. or Cr.ar.ge Ouh -n. For more inrf.rcTatlor, 400 W. Walker Ave.
Exp. Sales People teams, CDLA/Haz. CABINET BUILDER troulesnooting I Cal 352-628-3533 Bushnell, FI 33513
& Managers required Great R I es,/Commerciall Tn e a
that are honest and benefits Exp. for bu sho inraudtIalo environ. LABORER Appil.:anra will ha..e
volume oriented. 99-04 equipment EApp.ly ufrsy menls h me opponurtuniry to
Body Shop Needs Call Now BulItRte,431 E Hwy 40 ONLY EXPERIENCE FRAMERS & Accepting complete on
Body Techs & 800-362-0159 24 hours Ingls, (352)447-2238 NEED APPLY HELPERS WANTED employment
Painters You may apply General Construction iapplcaldeporrrentalk
o HEAVY CABINET SHOP ww audene Work done In Spring Hill Laber supervisors; tour the
Call 32-28-3533 EQUIPMENT HELPeletc.co area 4/hr. wk. facility, ask questions,
r yIn pon have trans. & tools, ere5ce r ieprl. and learn about the
Cal 3 EOPERATORNp Laml rplyIonly n personT (727)243-2692 Full time employment
Tring for Epoyent Laminator, exp. only at: 6380 S. Tex p 7) 9w/ full .benefit I current positions
NEWoYEy t Local Work Homosassa In Rooks Garage Door package. available. Applicants
NEW YEAR Bulldozers, (32) 266-2814 IndustrialPark. Installer Trainee PAVE- RITE a nd
NEW CAREER BackhoesLoaAers, or 634-4304 Gaudertte Elecmc, b 3411W. CggerCt., between
Dump rucks, Inc. Offers compete A tools canto. 9:00 am & 2:00 pm.
The best opportunity Graders, Scrapers CABLE TV tive salary and Must have truck tools 352-621-1600Lecanto. lent efits
in Citrus County. & Excavators benefits package. (352)726-0072 DFWP/EOE
average inome for 'Train in Florida INSTALLER -. m DRIV packageRand 401k
200M was OW.000. *.DRIVERS*with company
Our 15 National Top $ paid for video, -El J Ct a IMMEDIATE LAKE COUNTY contributions.
representatives Certtficati.Oi phone & data Install- O NING COMPANY NEEDS DFW, EOE.
enjoy company trips, Certfication ers In Leesburg area. OPENINGVISITOUR EBSITE AT:
bonuses, and -pnancial, Truck or oan reaulred
bonuses, and Financial TruEmplye n reaured *-- 30 + year DIESEL MECHANIC www.metalalre.com
many other Assistance Employee aied fulli manufacturing Co. Is Exp. in Catapiller PAINTERS NEEDED
incentive. JobPlacement- ce. dIIip &looking for qualified & John Deere
Qualifications: Pcement cell&401.Exppref. drivers w/valld Class Equipment. Exp. & non-exp. Startffing
Self-motivated .Assistance 800-780-9181 *l ir "A" CDL and years 7yrs exp required. at $8and up Must
Team Player F0 -383-7 4 l^ ^ ^ H Iminimum 352-267-5352 have own transp,
*Outgolng 800-383-7364 CONCRETE experience.We offer a DFWP (352) 527-9274
Personality AsoctiatedTrain serves FINISHERS &" I -D-competitive benefit(
aWllnds thed o Leam asn ILABORERS ENTRYLEVEL package of Medcal
POSITIONS MECHANIC Vacation a Holiday &
AVAILABLE Local l5 &ead ,, ork WANTED Short Term Disability. I :H I[ I TE[0
IMMEDIATELY (352) 344-2065
,Mon.throughFr., n w(52)34425 lu l-,a',. scow, hard Apply Inperson at:W,
No dench ds.Concrete Pumper tce e CalTerrya
No exerience s(352) 266-3120 (352) 746-1226 194 C.R. 527-A, Lak haVe a Safe driver record with
training available Terryat Florida license. HS di'ploma\GED
Take control of il(888) 8238-3771
your future- + HAPPYWITH YOUR required.
call todayll .H T JOB?
< Various F\T and P\T positions, Certified ASC Tech

A/C LEAD working with Developmentally owned and operated,
INSTALLER FOR Disabled adults in home Drug Free Tire and Auto
CHANGEOUTS & environment. All shifts, including Top pay and benefits
Needed diploma\GED Tee Pee Tire

(352) 726-7722 (352) 628-5700 .or apply in person
HEAVY EQUIPMENT

Call (352) 726-3940


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MASONS $20 hr.
& LABORERS
352-529-0305
PEST CONTROL
SALES
Exp. Only. 20%
. commission. Paid
weekly.Company
truck, benefits
Call VInny Nelson
(352) 628-5700
(352) 634-4720

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

PLUMBING
WAREHOUSE
WORKER NEEDED
Knowledge of Plumb-
Ing fixtures and parts
useful Must have
valid drivers license.
Competitive pay
and benefits.
Call (352) 237-1358
Drug Free Work Place
r QUALIFIED
SERVICE TECH

Must have
experience and
current FL
Driver's lcense
Apply In person:
Daniel's Heating &
Air
4581 S. Florida Ave. 3
Inverness

Rainey Construction
In Wildwood is
seeking to fill the
following positions:
Exp. Mechanics

Diesel/gasoline
vehicles and heavy
road equipment with
own tools to do in
shop and on site
maintenance and
repairs. Pay based
on experience.
Experienced Class A
or B CDL/ Hazmat
Fuel Truck Driver.
Pay based on exp.
Apply Directly to:
4477 E CR 462
Wildwood FI 34785.


Wednesday, March 22

1 pm 6 pm


On-Site Hiring for Available Positions, including

RN's, LPN's, CNA's, Social Workers

and Counselors

Various locations and assignments



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County
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Inverness, FL 34452

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CLASSIFIED


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

Ralney Construction
In Wildwood Is
seeking a
Utility/Road
Construction
Estimator

Salary based on
experience,
Apply directly to:
4477 E CR 462
Wildwood Fl 34785 or
Fax Resume:
352-748-4372

ROOFERS
Exp w/ single ply
(PVC),TPO and built
up. Good Pay and
health Ins.urance
352-596-1150
888-766-3001
ROOFING
ESTIMATOR
Experienced; Also, exp.
roofers with own
transportation & tools
(352) 795-7003
SALES HELP
Salesperson with'
experience in selling
commercial roof
coatings. High
commission paid.
Work your own hours.
(352) 489-5900
SERVICE
PLUMBER
NEEDED
Must have at least
two years exp. in
service plumbing.
Competitive pay
and benefits.
Call (352) 237-1358
Drug Free Work Place
STUCCO
PLASTERERS &
LABORERS
Wanted. Call Meghan
(352) 212-8481
TRIM CARPENTER'S
HELPER WANTED

;$7/hr. No exp.
necessary, will train.
(352) 527-8316


PLASTERERS &
LABORERS
352-302-8653
352-220-1724
Utilities
Maintenance
Worker
Semi-skilled manual
work assisting in the
Installation, operation,
repair and
maintenance of
sewer forcemains,
gravity lines,
manholes, lift stations,
water mains, fire
hydrants, water
meters, backflow
devices, valves, value
boxes and other
appurtenances
related to water and
wastewater utility
operations. H.S
diploma, GED
certificate or related
vocational training.
Work experience In
the repair of
water/wastewater
mains and facilities
preferred. Must have
or be able to obtain
Florida CDL Class B
within one year of
employment.
Starting pay
$8.45 hourly.
Excellent benefits.
Apply at the
Citrus County Human I
Resources Office,
3600 W Sovereign
Path, Suite 283,
Lecanto, FL 34461
no later than Friday,
-March 17, 2006.
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'BUDDY'S HOME
FURNISHINGS
,ls currently seeking a
Delivery Driver/
Account Manager
Trainee. Must have
clean Class D license..
Good people skills.
(352) 344-0050 or
Apply In person at
1534 N. Hwy. 41,
Inverness.
OE DFWP

Caregivers

S&S Resource &
Services seeking
persons to work with
developmentally
disabled. Call .
(352) 637-3635

CDL Drivers,
Equip. Operators
Office Help

Growing company.
Looking for
professional help.
Office help must
possess computer
skills. Good pay,
holidays, sick and
vacation pay. Must
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Mail resume to:
SP.O. Box 1383,
Inv. FL 34451

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caring professionals

Continuous
Care FT
LPN's & PCA's
Eves & Nights
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352.527.2020
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Citrus County
P.O. Box 641270
Beverly Hills, FI 34464
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COMM. VIDEO
GAME ROUTE TECH
Must be able to move
equip. Will train. 3-4
days a week.
Call James at
(352) 302-0198

Customer Service

CUSTOMER
SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVES
NOW HIRING
Job Fair
Mon March 13, 2006
On site-Clngular
Wireless
10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Call 866.344.JOBS
to prescreeh.
Starting salary range -
$9.79-$12.19/hour
Paid Tralningi
Excellent Benefits
Include
Medical, Dental,
Vision, Employee
Rate Plan,
401(K), Paid Thie Off,
modern facility
and more
If you're ready to
share your greatness,
call 866-344-JOBS
to.pre screen for an,
appointment or
apply at any
One Stop Workforce
location.
Walk-ins Welcomel!

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EOE


Customer Service
Representative
Part-time
Are you a customer
service champion?
Have exceptional
computer skills?
Organized &
detailed oriented?
Enjoy a, fast'paced
-r.aii' r.gir. o ..
Available early
mornings &
weekends?
Join the Citrus County
Chronicle's
Circulation team
Email Resume to:
hr@
choronlcleonllne.com
or Apply In person at:
CITRUS COUNTY
CHRONICLE
1624 N. Meadowcrest
Blvd. Crystal River,
FL, 34429

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for final applicant










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Be a Medical Transcriptionist
Come to this tree no obligation seminar
to fra out how r,,i no p're.ous
experience you can learn lo Work aT
home adong medical transcription rom rn
audio casseaes ictalea Dy docloris
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be rea3'd 1a erlier tre r3DIcly growing medical field
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350 E. Nonell Brnant Hwy.
'" 'Hernando, FL 34442
or call for the next seminar In your area
800-518-7778 Dept CCHP36
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DELIVERY DRIVERS
WANTED

FT/PT Make Deliveries In
Crystal River Area
Must have own
vehicle Trucks,
Mini Vans and
SUVs preferred
Days, $500+/wk, pd
wkly Crim/
Drug Check
1-877-973-7447
Ext. 328







DRIVER
CDL Class A Exp.
Local work. Good Pay
& health Insurance
352-596-1150
888-766-3001

DRIVERS

CDL A or B, to deliver
roofing materials to
roof top. Clean MVR,
repeat, heavy lifting.
Excel, pay, paid
medical,
vacation, 401k.
EOE/DFWP
2912 N. Florida Ave.
(352) 726-0601

DRIVERS
For afternoon and
seasonal delivery for
Homosassa Florist
Call (352) 628-4133

Employment

CHILDHOOD
DEVELOPMENT
SERVICES, INC.

;-hne iill'..vii*.. p ,;lll,-rr.
-are available In
:.Citrus County.,,


*EHS HEAD START
TEACHER:
'.p pl r, i pei.-Nc r
.: oil .:,jr JOB LINE
for more details -"
1-800-635-KIDS
Fax: 352-351-4279
E-mail:.jobs@cdsl.org
Attni HR
1601 N.E. 25th Ave.
Suite 900,
Ocala, FL 34470
EOE/AA/DFWP




F/T PACKAGING
MECHANIC

The Citrus County
Chronicle Is currently
accepting applica-'
tions for a Packaging
Mechanic. Mechani-
cal ability Is a must,
l:.re ou. ,'. .- a.3lr,..
equipm"nir c.pera1r. -.
ori.3 repair I, require.3
Duties Include but are
r.i.l i Ir.d ,-:. a .ifirna
ir. in. irc.enir r. .:.T ire
'Cr.r r.ice r r,. r.)ir..q
Horn; Ir.cere r 'Ou.ir
F,:.. I1 ;I .:-r
rtrappCr. QuJip
lqclto'eri and I..uiier
inserter. Must possess
good organizational,
communication and
writing skills. Heavy
lifting and bending
required
Apply In person or
send resume to:
CITRUS COUNTY
CHRONICLE
ie.451a r.lead..-..-cre-:l
Bi.3 Cr,.to3l Pil.e
Fax: 352-564-2935
EGE
Application deadline
March 13, 2006


Florida Sheriffs
Youth Ranches
Camping Services is
looking for:
SUMMER CAMP
COUNSELORS
Employment dates
May 20 Aug. 4
Please Call:
Michael Brannan @
(352) 447-2259
For more Information
EOE/DFWP

Grounds .
Maintenance
at Campground.
c General Repairs,
electrical, plumbing,
pOol'maintenance &
Showing. Apply
Black Diamond
S HR&Acct.
Rock Crusher RV Park
Rock Crusher Rd.
Crystal River
DFWP





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Hospice of
Citrus County
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Full Time
Food Service
Coordinator
for Hospice Hbuse
I l.:.r,,3,3, F ll.:a ,
F,:,':.., ". r. I ,- C'I
Culinary Arts
-. i:.arior. r.-.- prui
Exp. preferred
Excellent Benefit.
package
Apply Nowr
Telephone:'
352.527.2020
fa. 352.527.9366
Jthachershospiceof
citruscountv.org
Mail your resume
and credentials to:
Hosplce:of Citrus
County
P.O. Box 641270
Beverly Hills, FI 34464
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If you would like to run your own business with a focus on
customer service, we would like to talk to you
As an independent distributor delivering the Citrus County
Chronicle, you know you're providing a quality product backed
by a company that's been in business for more than 100 years.
You must nave reliable transportation, be at least 18 years old
and be serious about working early morning nours seven days a
week If this sounds like a business opportunity that's right for
you, call the Chronicle at 1-352-563-3282.

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HEDGE & BED
MAINT. CREW


DRIVERS NEEDED

CDL Class A license,
home every night, 2-yrs
experience. Health r
benefits offered. Bonus
program, hourly pay.
Nice equip. Contact
Mac at (352) 568-8333
Edgers, Trimmers
Mowers

Must be exp., & dep.
dri. lic. & trans a must
(352) 628-1100
F/T
NIGHT WATCH

Needed, Girl's
Wilderness
residential school
program. Back,
ground screening &
drug testing required.
Call Tim Miller
352-726-3883 Camp
E-Ninihassee
8:00am-4:30pm.

Factory Assembly
Workers

40 hrs. per week in
Lecanto area.
Factory experience
a plus. Background
checks required.
Call 1-877-797-9001


MECHANIC
Apply Within


Owner/
Operators
Do'you want to
contract with a
company that pays
pa, Ir,,N h-.N II ,..ur
Ir3.,i.:,r ,:or. p.a: .:. 'uri
Inr e etldr, a rtie -
a0. 3 .:lor. .r. ir.,,
record, you can be-
cr, Irl- r,;,.3 r.:'
Walbon & Company
(352) 748-5500

P/T Bookkepper

A,:":. "Pa,a-be f31TII/'
C .-.res .:o,-r' i- .lu .:.n
c.ulirnez ,; .*.'l,
Call (352) 795 9722




PART TIME
COLLATOR

SThe Citrus County
Chronicle's
Packaging
'Department Is
currently accepting
applicationsfor a
.'aol lrre C,,lla: r,
r luj.i Ie le I,:. .ri :rk
rE. lgrl .." I ri.3
and holidays. Heavy
lifting and bending
.required. Must
possess good
organizational,
communication and
writing skills.
Please apply to: hr@
chronicleonline.com
or
1624 N. Meadowcrest
Blvd. Crystal River
Deadline for
applications
March 20.

EOE, Drug screen
required for final
applicant

Production

Workers

Dietrlch Metal
Framing, located in
Wildwood, Florida Is
looking for FT
Production Workers.
Candidates must
have the ability to
read, lift up to 50 lbs.,
and possess basic

MUST KNOW HOW TO
READ A TAPE
MEASURE
ACCURATELY.
We offer vacation,
holidays, health
Insurance, 401(k)
bonuses and morel
Apply in person
Mon.-Fri., 9am 4 pm,
through 3/17/06 at
Dietrich Metal
Framing,721
Industrial Drive,
Wildwood, FL
EOE/AAP


CYI-a General
cz Help


Exp. laborers needed,
good starting pay.
(352) 228-7472
HELP WANTED
No Exp Necessary,
Travel The Country,
Drivers License a plus
Gd. Pay.(352)303-1053
HOUSEKEEPERS
& GROUND
MAINTENANCE
The Port Hotel & Marina
1610 SE'Paradise Cir.
INDUSTRIAL
SEAMSTRESS

NEEDED, CALL:
Mon.-Fri,, 7am-3pm.
(352) 621-7677
JOBS GALORE!!!
www.AAA -
EMPLOYMENT.NET .
Laborer

To work with roof
coatings. Top pay for
hard working Laborers.
Must have driver's lic. &
be drug free. Some out
of town work req'd.
Call 489-5900
LABORER

Working outside In
Tree Farm, Lifting
required 7 am 3pm
Experience, helpful,
not necessary
Call 813-949-6205,

r LABORERS

I Want to learn a I
I trade. Must be 18
Apply In person,
4551 W. Cardinal St., I
Suite #4, Homosassa.

LABORERS NEEDED

No exp. necessary
Benefits offered. Valid
Drivers Lic. & Heavy
Lifting Required
Gardners Concrete
8030 Homosassa TIl.

LAWN
TECHNICIAN

FULL TIME clean DL
Lawn experience
preferred. Will train
salary/benefits
Apply in person
CITRUS PEST MGT.
5 N. Melbourne
.Beverly Hills, Fl 34465


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PRODUCTION
WORKERS

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

Golf exp. a plus.
Apply In person.
D/F/W/P EOE
El Diablo Golf &
Country Club
No Phone Calls

SEAL ESTATE CAREER 9.
. Sales Lic. Class I
I $249. Start 3/28/06 I
I CITRUS REAL ESTATE I
I SCHOOL, INC.
(352)795-0060

REWARDING
POSITION
''.. -ri ir.I .irr,
r.o l I-lu'l: ilr
developmental
disabilities. Teaching
advocacy through
creativity.
FT/PT, Reliable
transportation.
Call
MOVING MOUNTAINS
(352) 637-9001

ROOF TRUSS
PLANT
Now hiring truss
builders. Full time.
aIII iroir. -pply:
;"i.i H. ,.488,
Dunnellon
352-465-0968


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Isitions Available!

I Detailer Lot Porter

FullTime, Full Medical Benefits, 401 k,
Great Pay with Room for Growth.





LOVE /HONDA

352-628.9444
2021 S. Suncoast Blvr .
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Citrus County
Head Teller Floral City
Head Teller Citrus Springs
Client Service Rep Inverness

Levy County (Inglis Location)
Full Time Teller
Head Teller
Client Service Rep
Office Manager
We .'I'1h J i l',ipklimI '. .|pI .II. aid h'IS11,l p.ias1
Thdr iiCilukI4t j u.in a,,zk jn.:,.! A\nI lU POTAhuL c
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jonb@(cbg.crm nr fi\ resume In iS5fll 219-3139
Refertene, P'r) r,,.11 icorr' p.r.u' Lk1.:. E-OF.

%Capital City
O Bank ,
f www.ccbg.com


SERVICE
TECHNICIANS &
LABORERS
For LP Gas .
Company.
Crystal River.
Apply in person only.
4280 N. Suncoast Blvd.
Crystal River
(352) 795-1761

TELEMARKETERS
SEXP., 6 NEEDED
IMMEDIATELY
Set your own
schedule,
Make $1000 wk. Plus-
Call 352-628-5700








THE CITY OF '
in EFri ij,:, i;
I 'ER illCE,--
AF tiC-ilC. A
*PART-TIME LABORER
*SEASONAL
LIFEGUARDS,
*WATER SAFETY
INSTRUCTORS
CASHIERS
*SEASONAL LABORS
FI .1 R .' .':. I i l_ .
KILLED CET-LER
21'::6 MA;.:,.IN, S ,TREET

INVERNESS
GOVERNMENT
NVERNESS; FLORIDA
BETWEEN 8:00 AM
AND 5:00 PM.
WEEKDAYS. "
I ACCOMMODATION
FOR HANDICAPPED
EMPLOYEE-VETERAN
PREFERENCE.
TOP. HAT
LAWN CARE
Seeking Experienced
lawn person. Salary plus.
(352) 344-8444
Tourboat Capt.
w/Master's lic.
Front Desk Help
Also -
Inside/outside
Marina Help, FT/PT

Please apply in person
at front office
Homosassa Riverside
Resort, 5297 S.
Cherokee Way,
Homosassa FL
Vandervalk, Inverness
Fine Dining & Bistro
looking for you
SERVERS &
BARTENDERS
, Exp. Required.
NIGHTTIME
SECURITY
352-637-1140
WE BUY HOUSES
CaSh...... Fast I
352-637-2973
lhomesold com




Clerk Typist
(flexible schedule,
S on call)

Temporary P/T
employment with
Citrus County Parks &
Recreation. Clerk will
be responsible for
answering phones,
data entry, copying,
filing and other office
duties. Greet and .
assist walk in
customers. Must be
18 years old. Previous
clerical experience
and Microsoft Office
knowledge preferred.
$8.45 hourly.'
Apply In person at
Citrus County
Parks & Recreation,
1300 S Lecanto Hwy,
Lecanto, FL 34461
EOE/ADA


FITNESS CENTER
HELP NEEDED
For Black Diamond
Country Club,
Lecanto
Fitness/ Gym exp.
nec. Wknds. & eve. ,
Fax to 352-795-0050
or apply at
Black Diamond HR
Rock Crusher RV Park
Rock Crusher Rd.
Crystal River
DFWP


P/T PROGRAM
.STAFF
Do you enjoy working
with children?
Want to make some
extra $$$
BGC of Citrus County
needs P/T Program
Staff working with
school age children
M-F. 6-9 AM and
or 2-6 PM
Call 621-9225 for
more info.


PART TIME ADMIN.
ASST/RECEPTION
Administrative Asst
Receptionist
needed for small
Financial Service firm
in Inverness.
Hours -Thursday & Friday
8:30 am 4:30 pm
Please fax resume
637-4733


F I


APTS. FOR SALE 9 UNITS
2/1, Crystal River,
$450,000. By Owner
352-634-4076
FRANCHISE/
MASTER FRANCHISE
Unique rapidly-growing
pizza concept. 25 yr.
history. Training,
marketing, operations
support. See why
we've sold over 200
Franchises In two years
1-888-344-2767 x210
Join Pinch A Penny
Pool, Patio, Spa.
America's largest pool
supply retail franchise.
New Franchise
opportunities
throughout Citrus Coun-
ty. Training and Mar-
keting support
Included. For more
Information go to
www.plncha
pennY.dom or Call
1-727-531-8913 x 210




DAYCARE/PRESCHOOL
In Citrus County, Excel.
cond. Open House 4/8,
1-4An ~l S 352-458-3032


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


The West Central
Florida Division of
Mercedes Homes, Inc
ri iuvniol ntra .W i
procc:.: ral-e dc..r.:
S assist accounts
h Waable conduct
.s-edi check rures.
ora asin: accoujrtlng
department. Must be'
proficient in MS Office
arid a Degree Is
preferred. Seeking
an independent.
worker with the'.abllity
to multi-task.
Send Resume to:
.neDCnaetin.
MerHomes.com
DFW/EOE.


42' refer, trailer, dbl.
rear doors, sgl. side
door, dbl. axle, w/
leveling legs. Call
after 5:00 $800.00
(352) 560-7005
ALL STEEL BUILDINGS



25x25x7 (2:12 Pitch)
1- 9x7 garage door,
2 vents,
4" concrete slab
INSTALLED-$10.595
30x30x9 (2:12 Pitch)
2-9x7 garage doors,
2 vents, entry door,
4" concrete slab.
INSTALLED-S15.995
25x30x9 (3:12 Pitch)
Roof Overhang
2-9x7 garage doors,
2 vents, entry door,
4" concrete slab
INSTALLED- $16 495
Many Sizes Avail.
We Custom Build, -
,-, -I' Tnr e !,3.:l.:ir,
1:1 hr. r r-i-j: i o'rn,
Florida Wind Code
METAl SYSTEMS LLC
1-800-920-1601
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-LIVE AUCTIONS"
... r.a ._" rud :,-,-m
For Upcoming Auctions
1-800-542-3877
Antique Fainting
SCouch :J-.ii
Armoire double door
-i ., : H -. Into
.- r, ter,ir.,er.i center,
li:', E .: Cond.
(352) 637-1161
ANTIQUES WANTED
1ia :. Quill c:'n.r',
* J ..-ir,r mir or.,Triir..
,-ld :. i T.-.r Jar ler
352-344-8731/860-0888
ZENITH TRANSOCEANIC
RADIO over 50 yrs old
beautiful cond., $150
(352) 344 5933.




Hummels-7 In total,
oii r.urrib-red & all in
r-,,.5el *:.,:r.1 5 I .'0
:.' rer alue
$850. for all
(352) 527-8566
Springfield 45-70 ,
Bayonet & scabbard
Model 1873. Also civil
war enlistment letter,
superb cond. $250.
(352) 795-9872
WURLITZER ORGAN
I.I.:.ae l Ii .I gr'ar'
: $400. :
(352) 465-7307 -




HOTTUB SPA; 5-PERSON
2J iei: red....,:,d
i:. 3ir.ne Waorrat',
m u u m i-..e L iJT '
352-286-5647
HOTTUB/SPA
4 person, wooden .
cabinet, like new, $699
(352) 527-3894
SPA
W/ Therapy Jets. 110
v:,ii. ., .' fall re.er


A/C & HEAT PUMP
SYSTEMS. New In b.:.,
5 i & i >'ear Factor',
I//aioriarles of
Wholesale Prices
-2 Ton.$827.00
3 Ton $927.00
4 Ton $1,034.00
Insill ukis a.3oliable
cr 1r.:.'lesdonol
In.,allalnlr 1 Oa'alil.
Free C'eliery
*ALSO POOL HEAT
PUMPS AVAILABLE
Uc.#CAC 057914
Call 746-4394


Metal Roofing

Direct from Manufacturer


Tri.CounlyMelals, LLC

(Located Behind the Dollar General- Trenton, Florida)

'* Building Packages

Many colors in stock

All Accessories'

Cut to Length

*Delivery Available

*State of Florida Approved

for fast quotes call:

(352) 463-8400 or

(800) 823-9298 n
www.tricountymetals.com


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CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


21 Cu. Ft. AMANA
Refrigerator
w/ice maker;
good condition. $275
(352)572-6101
ALL APPLIANCES. New
& Used, Scratch Dent.
Warr. Washers, dryers,
stoves, refrig. etc. Serv
Buy/ Sell 352-220-6047
AMANA Refrigerator
Energy Saver; bottom
freezer; runs good.
$100 OBO
(352) 795-8755
Amana Refrigerator,
22 cu. side by side, w/
water & ice on door,-
almond w/ black
panels on front $425.
(352) 527-4695
APPLIANCE CENTER
Used Refrigerators,
Stoves, Washers, Dryers.
NEW AND USED PARTS
Dryer Vent Cleaning
Visa, M/C., A/E. Checks
352-795-8882
Dryer
Sears large capacity,
white, 10 yrs old. works,
$65.
(352) 341-4832
FISH TANK, 225 Gal., salt
water, complete set up
w/ stand, $5000 value.
$1500. OBO Numerous
tropical fish Inc., owner
moving not able to
transport. 634-0803
FREEZER, OLD ADMIRAL
upright, works fine, $50
(352) 637-7124
GE Dishwasher
(3 1/2 yrs. old) $150;
Kenmore
Chest Freezer $25
(352) 726-4770
GE Refrigerator $250
(Top Freezer, Bisque)
CHEST OF DRAWERS $75
(352) 746-3581 or
(352) 220-4741
GE REFRIGERATOR
18 cu. ft., 1 mos. old,
w/icemaker- $450;
Amana W/D w/stainless
steel tub $300
(352) 465-7934
GE Refrigerator
Sw/ice maker,
18.2 cu. ft. white,
Uke Newl $300
(352) 795-0363
GE Washer & Dryer
in excel. shape.
$100. each
(352)586-0116
Permaglass
HOT WATER HEATER
(3 yrs. old) $50;
(352) 726-4770.
REFRIGERATOR,
22 Cu. Ft. Kenmore
Water & Ice in door
Gd Cond. '$225
(352)220-8808
Refrigerator,
Frost Free, $125.
(352) 628-3829
WASHER & DRYER
Frigidaire
$120/both
(352) 344-0928
WASHER & DRYER
Whirlpool
$150/both
(352) 860-2013
WASHER & DRYER, HD,
$250 set, Refrig., $185
Elec. stove, $139 Guar.
Free; Del 352-754-1754
Washer/Dryer.& Elec.
Stove All nr, good
vorlnng orde-r ,25
'e -ch'-or o aI f ; 3 ",'I'
(352) 795-7364
Whirlpool 211/ cu ft.
Refrigerator, ice maker
& water In door, side by
side bik w/ white trim'
$275. ,Whirlpool Stove,
blk.& white trim. $225.
SImmaculately clean
(352) 249-0810
Whirlpool Stove
(1yr. old) $250;
Whirlpool Refrigerator
(3 1/2 yrs. old) $200;
(352) 726-4770


Office


COMPUTER DESK
.. wood, w/tower
storage & keybrd shelf,
adj. monitor tray, $100.
(352) 860-0444
COMPUTER DESK
w/two drawers; one is a
built In file cabinet,
bookcase top w/3
cubby holes $80.
(352) 382,3280


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AUCTION
SUNDAY at 2:00 PM
Preview at 12:00 pm
Everything from A-Z
Consigners welcome
SThis weeks sale:
McCoys, RedWing,
FloraUne, Haggar, &
Hall (Pottery), linens,
crystal. Much Morel
6680 Gulfto Lake.
Same building as'
Carlos Tires by Publlx
(352)247-1025
(352)247-1054


Attention Woodworkers
Perfomax 16 -32 Drum
sander, camp. w/ext.
tables, stand & wheels.
Like new. Asking $800.
(352) 860-2228
CRAFTSMEN 12"
Bandsaw w/legs,
4 extra blades,
$200
(352) 344-1960
DELTA 10" TABLE SAW
motor driven, 2 years
old, rarely used, $175;
AIR PWRD. BRAD NAILER
1 yr. old, never used.
$60. (352) 344-2246
Model 4,000 3"
Sherilne Bench Lathe
w/accessories $150;
Microlux Multi-Saw
w/speed controls $50
(352) 795-0283
Sears Radial Arm Saw
portable, new blade,
instruction book,
good cond. $85.
(352) 341-4009
S WELDER
f' Century, Wire Fed,
#155GS w/gauges &
argon tank, 120 V,
; 105 Amp $350 OBO
(352) 560-4292




DIGITAL 27" wide format
LCD-TV, made by
Westinghouse,
Cost new $1,680,
now just $650
*(352) 726-8977


Large 32" Zenith Floor
Model TV
only 1 yr, old paid
$1,300: will sell for $600.
(352) 795-7978




S2 Glass Sliders
For 72 X 80 opening
$125 0B0
(352)601-3848.
3 36" Heatilators
w/fans, $200 each.
36" Dampers, $60 each.
New never used.
(352) 726-3182
200+ Board Feet of Red
Cedar, $600;
75 Board Feet of
American Holly, $75;
(352) 795-0122
Interior/Exterior doors
Interior Prehungs: $35
Exterior Prehung 6
Panels: $85. Mirrors $10.
Next to Citrus County
Speed way
(352) 637-6500




COMPAC PRESARIO
New, never unpacked.
512 RAM-80 GIG, 17" flat
screen, DVD/RRW; pd.
$600 Yours $475
(352) 228-0103
Cooter Computers Inc.
Repair, Upgrades, Virus
& Malcious software
removal (352) 476-8954
Dell Oppiptex, Windows
98, speakers, 3 In 1
Lexmark, X75 printer,
printer.1 yr. old,
$250o abo.
(352) 860-2612
DELL PENTIUM III
866mhz, 256RAM,
CDRW, Win XP, 17"
monitor. $265
(352) 245-4632
DIESTLER COMPUTERS
Internet service, New &
Used systems, parts &
upgrades. Visa/ .
MCard 637-5469
http://www.rdee.net
EPSON PRINTER 1280
$125
(352) 726-8646
(352) 228-7253 cell
WEB TV COMPUTER
w/printer; cartridges; 2
remote keyboards;
hand-held remote; $35
(352) 527-0081



-H
1982 F600 Dump Truck.
8x14x4 bed, ready to
work. $4000. obo
(352) 628-9655
DUMP TRUCK
1986 Dodge Ram, 1
ton, 12' bed. 71K ml.
$4500. Hernando.
(352) 746-7394




1982 F600 Dump Truck.
8x1-4x4 bed, ready to
work. $4000. obo
(352) 628-9655
3-point Tractor
boom pole for lifting
$60.
(352) 628-7393
Kubota
B6.100E 3 .:l, die.Ei
.1 C-li, n'...>o.sr .S pi
ri-Tcr, lo'.v rour- S-400
(352) 746-4703




GLASS TOP PATIO TABLE
60" w/4 chairs w/padsL
$125; 2 Chaise Lounges
$25 each.
(352) 489-0018
Light Neutral 3 cushion
couch, 2 wide chairs &
S2 glass-top-tables,
excel-cond. $125.
(352) 726-8489


cm urntur


2 Accent wooden
Tables $40...
Decorative wall mirror
$25.,
(352) 527-0788 )
2 Burgundy Club Chairs
w/ottomans .300 Wh;ie
wrought iron glass top
table '.. . nao ':,i.5
The Islands
(352)795-2541
2 Matching Lane
Rocker Recliners,
Mocha, 6 mos. old.
Cost $800 new
Sell $400 firm.
(352) 344-0544
3 piece sectional,
neutral colors,
excel, cond. $300.
3' square coffee table -
oak w/tile top
$75. (352) 795-0558
5 PC BEDROOM SET
Washed .Oak, modular,
w/ full bed, armoire,
'triple drsr w/ mirror.
$500. (352) 601-3729
(352) 601-3730
5 PC King Size Oak
Bedroom set, $350
Twin Size Craftmatic.
$250. All in good shape.
(352) 344-5160
5 PC. Entertainment
Cntr. Contemp. ivory ,
stone look, mirrors, gis.
shivs, lighting. $500; 2
5' Ceramic Matching
Lamps, $50 212-7018
7 MAN POKER TABLE
Brand New; own legs;
green felt top. $100
4 Card Table Chairs $80
(352) 746-2546
4' OAK OVAL
'DR TABLE
plus leaf & 6 swivel
rockers $500 563-2500
5-PC. "L" SECTIONAL
SOFA SET, size 9'x12', .
Includes recliner end
section and queerisize
sofa bed section, $700
(352) 746-9715
Antique Oak
dresser w/ mirror
$100.
(352) 270-3296
Antique Tall Wood Bed
headboard, footboard
w/ rails $500.
352-302-1179
Armoire &Triple Dresser
Older, but sturdy,
med. brown wood.
Bissell Carpet Cleaning
Machine, like new
$75.ea (352) 860-1645
BAMBOO TABLE, 42"
glasstop, 6 chairs with
pink upholstered seats,
exc. cond. $400
(352) 726-2269
BED: $170, New Queen.
No Flipped Pillow Top
Set. 5 yrs warr. King Set
$215. Delivery
352-597-3112


Beautiful Queen Sofa
Bed $100;
(352) 746-3581 or
(352) 220-4741
BED: $559 Nassa
Memory Foam Set,
Seen on T.V. 20yr Warr.
Never Used. Retail
Cost $1459. Can Deliver
352-398-7202
Bedroom Dresser,
Chest & Mirror, $150;
(352) 527-3177
BEDS BEDS BEDS
Beautiful fact closeouts.
Nat. Advertised Brands
50% off Local Sale
Prices. Twin $119 Full
$159-Queen $199- King
$249, (352)795-6006
Black Sectional $150.
Blue recliner $50.
Pink uphol Rocker $50.
Complete twin wicker
bed, $50. Sm. desk $25.
5 drawer dresser $75.
Washer/Dryer $200.
(352) 746-9348
Broyhill Sofa & loveseat,
blue w/ light
plaid print. Great cond,
No smoking home
$350.00 (352) 422-3921
Broyhlll, oak & oak
veneer roll top desk
$150. Solid oak wash
basin & mirror. $75.
(352) 270-3296
Bunk Bed, Blue Metal
frame, dbl. on bottom
twin on top $100.
Din. Rm. Set, all hard
dark wood seats 6
bench on 1 side
w/4 chairs, $200.
(352) 503-3525
CALIFORNIA KING
Innerspring mattress,
Swaterbeddrop in,
Excellent cordd, 1M
*Paul's Furniture-
Homosassa 628-2306
Chair (Recliner)
tan, embossed fabric.
like new $45.
(352) 564-8258
Coffee Table & 2 End
Tables, pickled wood &.
glass; nice, $125.
Sugarrmlillwoods
(352).382-2449
COMM. FILE CABINET
3 Drawer Legal-$50;
Sofa Bed-Very nice $25
(352) 637-2838
Computer desk- 2 piece,
excel. shape.'$90.00
FIRM (352) 795-0678
Computer Desk
70 "W X 29" DX 55"H
Excellent Cond, $35
(352) 527-0081
Computer Desk
walnut, like new,
2 doors, 3 drawers,
2 shelves $80.
(352) 465-0725
Couch & loveseat
$300.00 for set
Oak Drop leaf table
w/ 4 chairs $175.00
(352) 249-0839
CURIO CABINET
Lighted & mirrored.
cherry wood, 5 shelves,
perfect shape. $425
(352) 637-5036
DINETTE SET
Table w/4 chairs,
2 barstools, exc.
$195;
(352) 382-5521
Dining Room Set,
'6 chairs, hutch, leaf Incl.
Hard wood, $220.
Sofa $75.
(352) 746-7879
DINING ROOM TABLE,
4 matching swivel
chairs, table Is oblong,
white wash finish, 40x60,.
$250 (352) 726-4269
DRESSER
With Mirror
teak, $50;
(352) 344-9502
Early American Maple
Hutch "' :]-
Original Jenny Lind Bed
Circa 1800's $200.00
(352) 726-9192
Leather Love Seat,
',.-rine'3 .,:nair&
ori.:.maor. tar, I slate &
Tra.iail corre iaJlo.h 2
maric,,r,. A dr,.j at-e.
(352) 476-1712
Lg. Teak Wood Desk.
w/5 drawers. &
a : cr.or a. .,.3 :,100
Solid Oak Bunk Beds
(352)572-6101
ULike New 4 mos. old
Country Style Wood
Swivel Bar Stools
Pair $100.
(352) 746-5613
Like new rr..;rn.r.g
ccou,:- r ,-,.& .e,3
2 end tables, 2 lamps,
coffee table, entertain-
ment center $500.
352-860-0712
Like new, ornate
wrought Iron kitchen
glasstop table, 4 chairs,
paid $550, sell for $375.
SMW 382-3379
Ume Color Loveseat
$25: Beautiful Twin
Sleigh bed,$130;
(352) 527-3177
Matching Sofa &
Loveseat, w/4 throw
pillows, drk. beige, bik
trim Gd. cond, $300.
(352) 344-2615,
please Iv. msg.
Mattress King Pillow
Top Set. Never used. Still
in plastic. Cost over
$1100. Must sell $375.
Del. Poss.(352) 465-8741
MATTRESS Qu szplilow
top set. Never used.
Still Iri plastic. Cost over
$900. Sac. $300. Dellv.
poss. (352) 465-8741
Moved furniture too
big for new home,
good condition, large.
patio table with 6
matching cush. chairs
$250 (352) 527-0788
MOVING, Thomasville
Lg. Dining Room Table
w/6 chairs Pd. $4,000
Yours for $1,500
(352) 746-3581 or
(352)220-4741
New wood bunk beds,
S$299.,
New dresser $199.
The Path Shelter Store
1729 W. Gulf to Lake
Hwy. (352) 746-9054


PAUL'S FURNITURE
New Inventory daily
Store Full of Bargains
Tues-Fri 9-5 Sat 9-1
Homosassa 628-2306
Pre Owned Furniture
Unbeatable Prices
NU 2 U FURNITURE
Homosassa 621-7788
Preowned Mattress Sets
from Twin $30; Full $40
Qn $50; Kg $75.
628-0808
Pull-Out Sofa &
Loveseat, Ivory, like
new, $575: Wood
Cocktail & Lamp Table,
w/glass tops, $175.
(352) 382-7329
Queen Bedroom set
$250.00
(352) 249-0839
Queen Size Bed, $60
Credenza
(Dresser w/ mirror) $60
(352) 817-9787


SIMMONS BEAUTYREST
Mattress & Box Spring.
Full size. Exc. cond.
Used 4 mo. $300 Incl.
pad. Phone
(352) 746-9289
Sofa In pastel shades of
Ivory/ peach/aqua.
$150.00 Matching aqua
swivel rocking recllner
$50.00 Both In like new
cond. (352) 795-6151
Sofa Sleeper,
$400.
& loveseat recliner,
$250.
(352) 563-5032
Sofa, $125;
Large Desk, $100
(352) 726-6536
Sofa, 2 piece sectional
light color, floral
pattern, with 2 throw
pillows. Like new. $150.
(352) 726-1483
Solid Oak Bedroom Set
S$650;
Dinette w/4 chairs,
$100.
(352) 726-6536
Teak Table w/5 chairs
w/ext. on both ends
(made in Denmark)
$200; 2 Full Length
Mirrors $40 each
(352) 746-2546
The Path's Graduates,
Single Mothers,
Needs your furniture.
Dining tables, dressers
& beds are needed.
Call (352) 527-6500
Waterbed Bdrm Set, Qu.
sz. exc. cond. Kit. Table
w/leaf & 3 chairs, desk,
Loveseat, bookshelf, 2
air comps., ALL FOR
$400/obo 352-489-8394
MR CITRUS
COUNTY REALTY








ALAN NUSSO
3.9% Listings
INVESTORS
BUYERS AGENT
BUSINESS BROKER
(352) 422-6956




2003 JOHN DEERE rider
LX 255, 44 hrs., hydro
static, cruise, 42" cut,
Kohler 15HP engine,
mulching kit & bagger,
$4,500 new SELL $2,300
obo (352) 860-1097
2004 JOHN DEERE Lawn
trailer, LT-160, auto.,
with 76 hrs., like new,
cost $2,980 wil sell for
$1,950 with trailer
(352) 726-9811
42!'" Craftsman
Mower
$60
(352) 628-3358
CRAFTSMAN 3.5 HP
Lawn Edger
Used once;
New $250/Asking $160
(352) 637-5209
FREE REMOVAL OF
Mowers, motorcycles,
RV's, Cars. ATV's, jet skis,
3 wheelers. 628-2084
GARDEN TUMBLER
Large Compost TumOler
$25000 795.1'549
SEARS CRAFTSMAN-
/url.',' ,._".lI rldring
mower, w/sunshade,
just tuned, new battery,
,',i,'. o 726-4806
SNAPPER RIDING
MOWER iiHP,
with bagger, $650
(352) 344-5831




CRYSTAL RIVER
Fri. Sat. & Sun. 9am
9620 W. Gardeners Ln.
19 to 488, Ocoee to
Gardeners, misc., furn.
tons of girls clothes.
CRYSTAL RIVER
Fri., Sat. & Sun. 9-3
3 Family Sale,
fishing gear, tools,
home decor, furniture
3603 N. Suwannee Pt.
Keywest JUMBO SHRIMP
13-15Ct. $5.00 Ib
Misc. Seafood 795-4770
LECANTO
":,1 i. ur. n ,
r.1ui.I Farril,r Co :,.erea
.ar. i.:"..l l: ih;r,r.i g
,,i-n-,: 1-.:.n-, :.. :r. .::o l
furn, household etc.
7471 S. Irma Pt.


rersian Lamb C.,oar,
$400
Algner, Leather Jacket,
Sz. 12. $200
(352) 746-0086




Beveled Mirror
54" x 35"
$40.
(352) 249-0810




* BURN BARRELS *
$10 Each
Call Monr-Fri 8-5
860-2545
2 Black Wrought Iron
Bar Stools w/gray seats
(near new) $100/pr.;
2 Salon Hair Dryers
$25 each.
(352) 795-4307
2 TWIN BEDS ,
complete, $150
(352) 637-3172
3 matching 52" Ceiling
Hugger Fans w/ Ughts.
Uke new. $50.00 for all.
(352) 795-6151

2006

SPECIALS
6 lines 10 days
Items totalling
$1-$150...........$5.95
$151-$400......$10.95
$401-$800.......$15.95
$801-$1,500....$20.95
CALL CHRONICLE
CUSTOMER
SERVICE
726-1441 OR
563-5966
Two general
merchandise items
per ad,
private party only.
(Non-Refundable)
Some Restrictions
May Apply


PEA SELLER, $130
(352) 726-8697
300 GAL SPRAY TANK
with hose wand, bean
pump, on frame, reel,
motor needs work, $300
(352) 302-7952
Above Ground Pool
Uner Oval 25' x 14'
New In Box paid $320.
Asking $150.
(352) 628-9370
ANTIQUE SINGER
Sewing Machine in .
cabinet. Exc. cond.;
works well. $50 OBO
-(352) 220-6009
BOAT HEATER
for inboard + 12 volt,
$50 BOZE auto sound
system, $100
(352) 341-5211
CARPET FACTORY Direct
Restretch,clean, repair
Vinyl, Tile, Wood, (352)
341-0909 Shop at home
Commercial/Rest. Gas
Stove, 6 burner, 2 over,
flat grill, $750.
Glass table top, 42x42,
$-100. Beveled edge
glass table top, 4', $250
(352) 628-0545
212-0888
DOG KENNEL
7' X 13' X 6'H $85
Antique Gravely Mower
w/ sulky $150
(352)422-1742
ELEC. STOVE,
$60
(352) 464-0316
EX-CELL (Devilbiss) Pres-
sure Washer on wheels.
2500 ESI, 6.5 HP Briggs &
Stratton Quantum
engine. 5hrs., like new.
$250 (352)341-0791
Flowered Couch
$200. obo.
Stainless Sink, double,
equip, w/ American
standard faucet $50.
firm (352) 527-8738
FOR SALE BY THE
CITRUS COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD:
THREE (3)
PORTABLE
BUILDINGS
.TO OBTAIN
NECESSARY
DOCUMENTS
& ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION,
VISIT THE CCSB.
PURCHASING DEPT
WEBSITE"@
www.citrus.k12.ff.us/
purchasing
GRAPE VINE COUCH
$75. Knick Knack shelf,
glass & wrought Iron,
$75 (352) 637-3172-
Keywest JUMBO SHRIMP
13 -15Ct. $5.00 Ib
Misc. Seafood 795-4770
Kirby, 3 way vacuum,
rug washer, tank type
$75.
Husky lock Serger $75.
Both in excel, cond.
(352) 746-7684
LAPTOP HP, computer,
printer, web cam, $389
FIBERGLASS SHOWER off
white, $400 new, asking
$75 (352) 257-0419,
(352) 563-4169
Lighted Natural Finish
Etarge $250.
Ladies golf clubs $70:
w/cart
(352) 382-2913
Mountain Bike, 10sp.
Huffy. Two 19" Color
TV's, box of barbies lots
of flea market items ,
$100. for all
(352) 560-3031
ONAN
Automatic transfer
.wii.r, for ri-.:u'se
Bx.a Irme rjricor.e: 'i
(352) 344-3798
POOL
15'x5' 14000+ gal. A/G
pool. All access.
including cover, you
move. $350.OBO Call
Pat (352) 726-5639
Propane Tank, 120 gal;
52lbs of propane In
tank, $250.
352-637-2349
585-733-6709
SLOT MACHINE
New, takes credits,
$200,
(352) 621-5323
Solid Pine Trestle table
w/ six chairs; $125.00
6' sliding glass doors w/
track $100.00
(352) 726-6224/
228-9451
STEINER/EASY GO

e'i c ,..i..r, ulh ri : iied
(352) 527-2600




3 WHEEL RASCAL,
$225; -
ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR
$500; .
(352) 628-9625
3 WHEEL SCOOTER
8r ,'l,3" morlin.; ala
$900 (352)637-3172
Ever-Med HOSPITAL BED
SSemi-electric, excellent,
condition. Sells new for
$2,000 Yours for $300
(352)637-9017
Full Electric, Invacare
Homecare Bed
w/ specialty mattress,
sacrifice price $1000.
(352) 270-3296 ,
PRIDE LEGEND
SCOOTER
Good condition
$900
(352) 344-0465
SONIC MOBILITY
SCOOTER
Red; 5 mos. used; $500
(352) 465-3947
Trailer hitch
and stand for wheel
chair fits Mercury Sable ,
$150.
(352)795-7355
USED SCOOTER LIFT
For van or car.
Swihg away model.
New $1500,
Sell $500/obo
(352)341-5106


Organ Estes Legend
Dbl. keybrd w/ rhythmL
& instrumental set- up,
showroom cond. Paid
$8000. asking $3,000.
(352) 344-2818
PIANO, Cable, upright,
exc cond, w/ bench,
$900.
(352) 527-3350
Roland E-600
Keyboard stand &
bench $495.
(352) 746-4213
Spinet Piano, excel.
cond. w/ bench,
$350.00 Epiphone,
delux, Les Paul, BIk,
gold hardware. $550.
OBO (352) 563-0166


IFIEDS



WURLITZER Piano
Heavily Used, Fair
Cond. & In tune $250
(352) 748-3423
YAMAHA ORGAN
w/bench & lots of
music $250
(352) 795-4307



-S
GOLD STAR
MICROWAVE
Model ER4010 works fine
19 x 12x 10 1/2-$20
OBO Phone: 795 0999
Sears Kenmore
Cannister Vacuum
Cleaner No known
defects. Orig. price
$350. in 2003, Sell
$150.00 (352) 527-3996




Treadmill
Incline, very good
cond., instruction book
$125.
(352) 341-4009
(352) 586-8931




2002
Easy go Golf Cart,
Electric,Exc Cond
(352) 302-9345
ADULT 3 WHEEL BIKE
excellent condition,
$150 (352) 726-8608
Bicycle built for two,
Crestlne Tandum, 6spd.
comfort seats, new
$600. good cond., sell
$150. obo Hernando
(877) 567-0316
GOLF CLUBS
I.-r. I ner-H.jC-..3J
ing C':- t-r c. .rpi'
.., l Full :er
(352) 527-9788
Golf Clubs, New
Woman's Allante, 13
club set, Mens, Knights, -
Venom 13 club set,
bags. & cart Incl., $75
each. (352) 382-9063
Gun Show
March 18th & 19th
Ocala City Aud.
N.E. 9th St. &
N.E. San Chez, Con.
weapon
permit class
(?31) 629-2203
Keywest JUMBO SHRIMP
13 -15Ct. $5.00 Ib
Misc. Seafood 795-4770
Left Hand Golf Clubs.
For Sale
$200.
(352) 382-3660
Mossberg 12 Gauge
Model 500A $150;
Winchester 30.30
w/scope $150. Both in
great condition.
(352) 527-9788
POOL TABLE,
Gorgeous, 8', 1" Slate,
new In crate, $1395.
352-597-3519
.r, ir ,lD b .';. ,:.. l- r.,i ,
,. *'r,.r 11.11:1 1:1 :
C rarl:rnar. C- ; r.nar.
Saw $50.00-,
(352) 628-7688




4x8

(352) 249.0877
17 x7', % C lr' o -. ,- ,r
tires + spare, only used
1 time, $1400.
(256) 239-6945
8' Haulin Utility Trailer.
$250.00
(352) 795-2754
ANDERSON 5 X 8
Utility trailer
13" wheels; ramp/gate;
SV.G. condition $490
(352) 795-6318
BUY, SELL, TRADE, PARTS,
REPAIRS, CUST. BUILD
www.ezpulltrailers.comr
Hwy 44 & 486
Heavy Duty Trailer
6 5'x 11'
$400..
(352) 621-8020
SMALL FORD PICKUP
BED IRAILER .. itr. :.,jr-
110.1 (352) 464.0316
UNITED RACE TRLR.
1993; 33' long; 5,000
i'I c,r:-- /Ij gen.; int.
.:,.:. .. : bench;
.'awning ;sd. dr. $6,000




2 In 1 Sleigh Crib
with mattress and
under storage dwr.
Converts to todler bed,.
White $75.00
(352) 422-3921
CRIB & GLIDER,,,
Bright Future Crib, white
exc. cond. $75; Gilder
Rocker w/otto denim
$40 (352)564-8776
Crib Set that converts
to extended toddler
bed w/1, 3 drawer
dresser & 1 4 drawer
dresser w/ changing ta-
ble on top. $275, Firm,
(352) .628-6178




ANTIQUES WANTED
Glassware, quilts, most
anything aid, jewelry,
Furn. We Also liquidate
Estates, Ask for Janet
352-344-8731/860-0888
BUYING OLD WOOD
BASEBALL BATS
Any condition. Baseball
gloves & signed team
balls. (727) 236-5734
Wanted *
Older Class A or C, RV,


good cond. reasona-
ble. (352) 726-9404
Sm. Satellite Dishes.
New or used,
Please Call
(352) 228-7915




VIKING POP UP
2002; 24'; Like new;
w/shower & toilet $5000
4665 Apache Trail
Hernando 765-730-9843




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.


SUNDAY, MARC:


4 Jack Russell Puppies
3fem; 1 male, Health
cert. 8wks. $350 each.
(352) 697-2140
Australian Shepherd
Pups, NKC Reg., 3
female red tri., 1 male
black tri., 1 male merle.
Ready 3/22, $400 ea.
Taking deposits,
(352) 793-6773
BABY COCKATIELS
$30
(352) 726-7971
Dual Registered Mini/
Toy Schnauzers ready
for your home Mar. 14,
w/ 8 wk. health cert.
(352) 270-3296
EASTER BUNNIES
Reserve your Lionhead
Rabbit now! All colors,
pedigrees from award.
winning stock, $40 up
352-476-1997/344-5015
FREE PUPPY
6 mo old Rott/shep pup,
all shots,spayed, needs
single dog hm, very
loving. 352 634-4350
Humanitarians
of Florida
Low Cost Spay &
Neuter by Appt.
Cat Neutered $20
Cat Spaved $25
Dog Neutered &
SSpaed start at $35
(352) 563-2370
SHARPER & LAB MIX
PUPPIES. Foster Care
Animals. $75.-$100;
352-220-6343/563-1905




2 HORSES,
1 Morgan, 1 IWH,
Please call
(352) 621-7729 or
(352) 634-1143
Horse Sitting w/TLC
at your barn.
L.:na & th.:.r' Te'rri
352-746-6207




2 -Stainless Steel
Prop Merc.
14 x 21, $95 & $135.
(352) 341-8479
8 HP E irrud- C.ult.o.r.jr
Molar !J ., G'i.,ar..'ed
P.' .01 frol-:r M30
(352)465-6597
9.9 Johnson Outboard
$375.
(352) 465-2130
220 Cont. GPU Airboat
Motor, runs good, uses
some oil. $600.00
(352) 860-2106
Boat Seats, back to
back gray, lounge, 8"
base, brand new still In
box. $200.palr
(352) 563-0801
S, Propeller
W.oo .Jir Boat
*:-nerich 72x44
r-ccor,.jli.i,,r.d 5
.al.:r,,:. .3 $400.
(352) 447-6281
Wanted To Buy.
nor ,ur.r,-,g 2 ,Il
,,ii' ,,.1:..rd r..,.l.:.r ,jr.:J-:r
111 HP' I lri- nhmor.
,wants to fix for fishing.
(352) 628-7818



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THREE RIVERS
MARINE



CLEAN USED
BOATS ,..
.We Need Them!
We Sell Them!
U. S. Highway 19
Crystal Rivei
563-5510
1 person fiberglass
canoe $50.00
(352)344-5135
2005 GHEENOE
.15-ior 6 hIp 1i.an
ir elr ,eU-ylrhing like
new, used oniy 4 time.
$2200 352-144".2769
16' AIRBOAT
w/trailer; Excel. Cond.;
$8,500 firm
(352) 564-4225
2-2 Person KAYAKS
S$300:each OBO
(352) 726-2553
Alumacraft Super
Hawk, 2005, 15', 25hp
Mercury stroke motor,
trollmotor + extras.
$6500. (352) 527-3019
BLACKFIN
i" ;, i.j t;,,lroller
twin 10, as Is $5,000
(352)422-5683 or-
(352)564-4225
Boat for Sale
1975, 15'50HP motor +
10HP and trailer :
$1,400.
(352) 621-8020
BOATS :
8FT Fiberglass row boat
8FT Fiberglass 2-man
bass boat. 13' 6"
FiDergI,.; I..3, i I 0O
ea (352) 464-0316
Carolina Skiff
'05, J16, '03 30HP, EFI,
merc. 4 stroke, tiller
contr., front deck, 2 fish-
ing chairs, bimlnl top,.
bilge pump, lights, extra
prop, anchor, gal. trail.
$5,995. (352) 628-5999
Cobra 16'
live well. 50hp Johnson,
fishfinder, depth finder,
fully equip., $900.
(352) 563-1905 nights
FIBERKING
14', 15 hp Merc, 36 lb.
thrust trol. mtr., perform.
galv. trlr. $1,600 OBO
352-341-1102/245-2242


HURRICANE
'04, model 217, 22ft.
Sundeck Boat, 150HP
yamaha eng. magic tilt
tandem trailer, w/
elect, boat wrench,
less then 30 hrs., kept in
dry storage. GPS,
AM/FM/CD, bathrm.
sink & deck shower,
excel condo. asking
$31,500. (352) 586-6746
(352) 527-2226
evenlngs/wknds


HURRICANE *
Deck Boats
SWEETWATER*
PONTOONS
POLAR*
Bay and Off Shore
Citrus County's
Best Service &

Crystal River
Marine
.352-795-2597


HARRIS 20' 1989
Deck/fish boat. Bim top,
75HP Late Model Mari-
ner, gear Incl. Trlr.
$5800, (352) 697-3779
JON BOAT LIKE NEW, 10'
LOWE L1032. Excl.
cond. Incl. a new battery,.
paddles, & trolling motor,
$499.00 352-726-2263
after 5 p.m.
Keywest JUMBO SHRIMP
13-15Ct. $5.00 Ib
Misc. Seafood 795-4770
LAKESPORT
1998, 17', Bass boat w/
40hp 1998 Mercury, less
than 35hrs, trailler. $2300
(256) 239-6945



WE. -

NEED
BOATS!!
Sq itiin irhm

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18'; '96; 30 HP Mariner;
T & T; Set-up for fishing
& pleasure; many extras
J. 61110 (352) 464-1616
Porta-Bote
Fo3 iri.a t:,..,3 r1 : ', ,\
4" thick, new boat,
back from recent show
-for fe ,t discount, plus
t. PI-i o-,r.r.- :r. r :. :.l., r
(352) 564-1390
PROLINE
28ft. w/10/2' beam
(compares to today's
32') '86/2000, Twin
-Johnson 150's w/
SST -130 hrs., all elect.
Lrie .:...r.c-r e,,: I c,'- ,d
$18.500. (352) 795-3002,
(352) 795-3317
Proline Pro-24
-, re." Dec 0-
Il .1 .'jr.or,o Coni iri
bnnl ie.chl hnop.e
rea.Q l to rir, 2'"-i 3
060(352) 628-7604
Ranger
1984 ':F I IlSrer,-
Ir.,le l Iloli or eilra
$2,700. obo
(352) 212-2689
SEA-RAY'-
10. 26' Cabin eoat
go-.,acon.3II iO.r..
needl.m.ro0r S 51 'r .
(352) 527-2600
SUNBIRD
18FT, Neptune, center
console, 90HP Johnson,
only 26 hrs.,'llke new,
boat, motor, trailer,
$11,900 for quick sale
(352) 860-0276






CAROLINA SKIFF
R17 V
50HP Yamaha
Trailer Included

i'0 / 'jr. jm., tBlvd.
-I..r.".'.o G.a FL .144eF



TWIN VEE
20', 141: j.:,rn.:or. 2c.-.r,.
TTop, VHF, AM/FM/CD,
fist. fir.der aluiTr.jr,J
(352) 563-2500
(352) 212-9267




5th Wheel Kingpin
Stabilizer Jack-LIwe re.-.
; I00 f ]lw Goodyear
ST225/75R/15 l.:Od ral
,d o(. or, .5 'ug .*,r.eel
$95. (352) 560-4292
Blue Ox..
Teli E, ..pir.g c..,- ca,..
Call (352) 860-0124
Firestone Airshocks
for 1988-2000 Chevy
I, t:nr, p.lcl:up ',IlOi
(352) 560-4292
FLEETWOOD
1994.32', Bounder.,
ger.eroaIo lOccks .irg
L)a J;7 new' rire e.
trans, clean, smoke
free, much storage,
$27000 (330) 416-3516
or (440) 821-0722
Fleetwood 32.5'
1990, 47k, loaded,
ood shape, only
14,900. Must sell
(352) 341-3372
Gulfstream
'04, BT Cruiser, 28 ft.,
7,200 ml., hitch, spare,
awning, day or eve.
(352)637-9278
Holiday 24'
1977, low miles new
S Drakes.
needs TLC. $2,500.
(352) 637-5525
Hyline
'06, 44ft., $2,000. dash,
take over payments
(352) 422-1467
Malibu Cobra
1991,34' loaded .
basement model.
17,600 miles, $22,500.
352-447-4488/447-5480
Monaco Monarch
34' 2000, 30k miles,
W/slide, neutral colors,
V10, Howard steering,
$56,000. (352) 746-9457
R Vision
'02, Condor 9,250 ml,
slide out, jacks, cam-
era, 2 AC's $58,900.obo
(352) 795-9344
Search 100's of
Local Autos
Online at
www.naturecoast
wheels. om


SHASTA
1987, 33', 10,000 mi on
new motor & trans,
$4500 OBO. Hernando.
For more info.
352-726-4987
218-390-0600 Cell
Hideaway In the Hills
Looking for a good.
place to go for the sum-
mer? 35' RV on 2 LOTS,
fishing, swimming, golf
& more, $27,500.
407-304-0108



Avion
'99,5th wheel, 3 slides,
awnings, like new.
$25,475. w/ hitch
(502) 345-0285, Florida


FLEETWOOD
2000, Wilderness, 24FT,
exc. cond., 1 owner,
$7,300 (419) 308-1240
Hernando City Heights
FRANKLIN
'06,40ft, self contained,
triple axle, 3 elec. slides,
2 AC's W/D, $28,999.
obo (727) 642-2536
JAYCO
2001 Pop-Up, AC,
Furnace, Fridge, HW,
Toilet, Awning. Sleeps 7
Premium $7,500
(352) 344-4756
KOMFORT
30', 1998 5fh Wheel, Ig.
slideout, rear kitchen,.
ducted heat & air,
awning, newer tires,
batteries, $9,800/obo
(352) 447-0623
PREMIER 5TH WHEEL
2006; 36' Triple Slide; 2
BR; Acces.$37,000
Consider Trade
(352) 586-6801
PROWLER
'93, 26ft., Air, awning,
new fridge & tires, excel
cond. $5,400. obo
(352) 382-2272
VIKING
'00, pop up, AC,
sleeps 6, clean,
W $4,500.
(352) 422-5540
WANTED TRAVEL TRLRS.
5TH WHEELS or PARK
MODELS to be used for
'Hurricane Relief.
(352) 302-0778



'91 Toyota High/Lux
Pick-up Passenger Door
cou plee 2^.11J. Oi)
(352) 628-7688
CAPTAIN'S CHAIRS
2 Sets, Cloth, like new
$140 each set
(352) 564-2545
Fiberglass topper,
8' bed for Dodge Truck.
White. Cost $800.
Sell$225.
(352)447-5573
RADIAL TIRES
2 i.lICHei.i I
C.:..;..3 treao. 2:S,'85Plo
8i5/pr O
(352) 746-7372




ATV + ATC USED PARTS
Bu, -Se-ii rr.." e AP.,T TC
Gc.:arls i2-ipm Dave's
USA (352) 628-2084
CONSIGNMENT USA
Car-Truck-Boat-SUV
CAqH OR CONqIGN
98". aoies Succeis No
Fee Io Seller Q39&.4W,
uSioairporn 212-3041
FREE REMOVAL OF
l.l:Cwel. mnoic isrciie
R-11 : C.or Tv i lei .:i-


uu I E3uu merceaes
Pristine, one owner.
Low mi. Warranty
Reduced $21,5001obo
www.allprestige.com
or call 800-728-0290
2003 Jaguar XJ8 V8
Pristine, one owner.
Low mi. Like new.
Reduced $31,125/obo
www.allprestige coam
or call 800-728-0290
2004 Nissan Sentra
Like New, 13K ml.
Factory Warranty
Reduced $10,700/obo
www allorestlge cam
or call 800-728-0290
'03 Buick LeSabre,
loaded, White,
$12,444
Call Steve or Alan
726-1238







'05 Chrysler PT
Cruiser, WLCT,
Gold. $14,994;
Call Steve or Alan
726-1238

'05 Dodge Neon
SXT, WLCT, Spoiler,
$12,994
Call Steve or Alan
726-1238










100 +dUN DEPENDAB LE
lOM-S25-DOWN
30 MKN.E-Z CREDir



`99 Plymol Voyager
7pass, V6,4P.Opiist..,$5M9
104Poac GranAm SE
4D bkd Red S ,p $985
'02 Lincoln Towncar
Lealltier Load....$13,985


BMW
'85, 325 SE,
$2,000. obo
(352) 628-6614
BUICK
1998 CENTURY
273K, $2,100 Nice Car,
MAKE OFFER
(352)628-1196
BUICK
'87, Park Ave, 2nd
owner, 92k mi. very nice
car clean, $1,950.
(352) 613-3095
BUICK '93 Skylark Cust.
4dr. loaded, AC. gd.
ml. V-6, Great mpg,
$2575 352-382-4541
BUICK LESABRE
'03 Custom, Bronze Mist
metallc, taupe Int. Air,
all pwr. 20k Sr owned
$13,900. (352) 527-1138
CADILLAC
'99, DeVille, 67k org. mi.
garage kept, mother of
pearl paint w/ blk conv,
top, runs & looks great
$9,900. (352) 860-0444
Call Us For More
Info. About New
'Rules for Car
Donations
Donate your vehicle
to.
THE PATH
(Rescue Mission for
Men Women &
Children)
at (352) 527-6500


12, 400
~j3D


Cadillac Escalade
1999,4 wheel drive, 70k,
must sell! $15,000. OBO
(352) 400-4174
CHEVY
'94, Corsica, needs
transmission, runs well,
$500.
(352) 613-5364
CHEVY CAVALIER
1988, looks & runs great.
A real gas saver, w/all
the power, $1500/obo
(352) 344-2615
CHRYSLER
'97, LHS, V6, 27MPG,
extra clean, mechani-
cally sound, low mi. on
motor & trans. $2,900.
cell (517) 414-1003
CHRYSLER SEBRING
'04 GTC Convertible
white/tan, 27K, full pwr.
like new, $14,900
(352) 382-4008
CORVETTE
1980 Stingray; BIk. ext.,
creme Int., original
equip.; great cond. :
$6,900 (352)613-5630
CORVETTE
2000 Silver Coupe 37k
miles.ext warranty, ask-
ing $24500 352-382-4331
or.352-228-2007
CUTLASS CIERA
1989,28MPG, exc
cond., 67K org ml,
$2200. 352-586-1031
DODGE ASPIN
1978,6 cyl, 4dr, $700
(352) 489-0403
EAST COVE AUTO SALES
'00 Ford Taurus 53K
$6,500; '01 Ford
Windstar, SEL pkg. 62K;
$9,900; '96 Ford
Mustang 'Ot : ':'
'00 Ford Ranger J.-r
(352)344-1110
Cell (352) 613 0400
FORD
1990 Taurus GL wagon,
runs good, loaded, V-6,
good tires, clean. Good
gas mileage $1,100
(352) 746-9715
FORD
'93, T-Bird, LX, V6,
needs work $600.
(352) 634-1057
FORD
'98, Explorer, 86k mi.,
leather int., full power,
ajl CD r, c'-.or,
$7,900 (352) 212-2715
FORD CROWN VICT.
190.,. perleci c,:,nr.
26.rr.p 30 I
(352) 726-6261 .
302-0752
FORD FOCUS LX
2'00o areem ,pr ', Fm.rr,

352-746-4033; after 6p
FORDTAURUS 1994 GL,
Wagon loaded R0n'.
g:.'.r 8 Fa;. C: I." ,'.
$2650. 352-382-7764
HONDA
1990, Accord LX, blue,
,5.p.d CD Ft.1 -C
Garg ke- t I,. "
run', e ,.c: : ,lO'
(352) 527-3580


WI.FINANCE.YOl
100 + CLEAN DEPENDABLE CARS
FROM-1325-DOWN
30 MIN. E.Z ~filr
1675 US 19- HOMOSASSA

MAZDA
'W I1.l,,ia. Erc.. coma
Snewi t.p',,l,,c, r,,nf '
'airl i'r -d.l r..i,,- 1if
*:o.-,n3 c.:.mpr ;: i
,,r,.e rt I,. r ,e r
g.3; l', Cani'jil,
ar., ,rnn bc schooll
reacrer i .ner
> c./p:uplbul*'
t-.ea.O igr.li 'O
C.lir.ir-. Raoi coamT
(352) 489-6745
MERCURY
1'-'6'' Gronn .3 .lorlji.:
'jery ,g1o td c'.r..j all
p -..,'.-- ,ce c a oir
; I i00 (352) 795-8863
Mercury
'90, Sable,V6, 23 mpg,
auto, looks good
$1,500. negotiable
(352) 637-2983
Mercury
'95, Mystique, 4 cyl.,
5spd..stick, AC, $1,600.
neg., economical
(352) 637-2983
Mercury Sable
Wagon 1999, Blue,
75,000 miles $5300.
(352) 795-9217/
Cell 314-578-3934
MERCURY SABLE
19961LS, P/SUNROOF,
LEATHER, LOADED,
Emerald Green ONLY
85,898k, Floral City
$3950. 813-436-3779
Mustang Convert.
'95, wht/new bik'top
auto, air, new CD/ster.


02, Xterrd 2WD, 48k ml.
$13,500.
(352),382-4727
NISSAN
1993, Altlma GXE, 4dr,
4 cycle, auto, loaded,
cold AC, new tires, gar
kept. cleanest one
around, 137K, runs &
drives like new.
S3850(352) 697-0889
NISSAN
1996 Senna G'.;E. 92K
AC, Pwr locks/wind,
white, beige ent. good
cond. $3500
(352) 746-0815
PONT. GRAND PRIX
1987, engine drives
great, needs trans. &
paint & body work.
$600/obo 341-3668
PONTIAC
'98, GRAND PRIX GT,
4 DR, PW, PS. loaded
$5,500, obo
(352) 795-8968
PONTIAC FIREBIRD
1992, V-6, low ml.
*Gd. cond. $2500/obo
(352) 228-2575
or (352) 220-5292
Pontiac Grand Am


GT, 1999, 4dr. 83K
all options, Sr. Owner.
$6,300/obo.
(352) 382-4029
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Online at
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TOYOTA
1996, Corolla DX, 4dr
sedan, auto, pwr, A/QC
tilt whi, exc cond,.
$4000. (352) 527-2769
TOYOTA CAMRY
'01 4dr., 4 cyl., auto,;
white, nice cond.,
exc. mileage, $7,800
obo. Possible owner
finance (352) 726-9369


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FORD E350 CHATEAU '00 MITSUBISHI GALAN"
ClUD Wagon, TfacOi tovpr ES
$10,995 6,995


2 SAAB SE CONV. 93
Load995
*18,995


'95 BUICK LESABRE '96 FORD CROWN VIC LX '04 FREE STAR LIMIT
Custom, one owner. One owner, loaded, loaded.
.4,995 $4,995 $18,995


'02 FORD TAURUS SE '01 BUICK LESABRE
O rl e O mn e r C U tto ,r
$8,995 $7,995


'05 FORD ESCAPE XLT
All wheel drive.
$19.995


'04 BMW M5
Loaded! Loaded!
$37,995
* m^^ -. fl nHI^illHIIIM^^ MI


'03 FORD RANGER XLT
Super cat full p.'eA
11-,995




'04 FORD ESCAPE XLT
Full power, one owner.
-17,995 Q.'


'04 FORD FREESTAR SES
Full Prw, r 1 r .'.rer #GPR927
$15.995


'05 FORD MUSTANG
Only 13,000 miles.
$16.995


'05 FORD FOCUS ZX4
$ 13.9995


100uFRD TU RUS B E
$3 95


'98 FORD TERRA
TRANSIT
22 Passenger Mini Bus One
owner, only 60,000 miles
$22,995


13 FORD SPORT IRA(
One owner Ioa-led
$17,995


S8.995


'02 RANGER EDGE
Super Cab one uoanee
*11,995


'03 FORD EXPLORER XLT
One owner.
1 14,995


'06 JEEP UNLIMITED.
Only 3,000 miles, like new.
24,995.




'05 FORD 500 SEL
Gold with Tan Leather.
$20.995


'99 GMC JIMMY
$7.995


'05 FORD TAURUS SE
Full Power.
2.4995


AMlN IImlKUniu b.
Loaded.
7,995


0U1 MERCKULT ABLE: La
Full Power.
$8.995


Full power.
$9.995


'04 DODGE RAM 25UI
Full power, Hemi.
$1 8.995


104 FORD FOUSLX~L
$95.995


'04 CHEVY COLORADO
Full power.
*17.995


'00 FORD EXCURSION
Uimfted 4Ae


Loaded, Leather, One Owner.
1 1.995


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A CLASSIC CAR
WANTED
American or Foreign
Will travel. Cash waiting
(407) 957-6957
FL-


'65 GMC/ '64Chevy
BOTH $3000
(352) 341-1539
CHEVY SCOTTSDALE
'79, Shortbed, stepside,
parts truck included.
$1,000/obo
(352) 344-2615, Iv. msg.
DODGE
'01, Dakota,
$8,000. firm
(352) 621-5034
DODGE
2004 2500, Cummins
diesel, auto., 4x4, long
box, Michelins, poss.
owner finance $27,000
obo (352) 726-9369
DODGE
2005 Ram Quad Cab
SLT, 1 tn diesel, silver,
4X 4,7,800 miles, dual
rear wheels, Reese '
hitch, fiberglass topper,
much more. $35,000
(352) 527-1123
DODGE DAKOTA
SPORT, '00, tilt, cruise,
Tonneau cover, Mural
on hood, Good. cond.
$6400 (352) 228-1606
Dodge Ram 1500
2003, SWB, reg cab,
21k mi. 1 owner, 3.7,
V6, auto, trailer hitch
$10,000 (352) 613-2168
f DODGE RAM
1984, 4X4 Longbed.
Runs/Looks good.
$2000/obo
352-476-2306
DODGE RAM
1997 Black, 59K mi.
$8500/obo
(352)621-7714
DORSEY
1978. Aluminum, Fl.
Spec Rock Dump Trail-
er, w/ roll up tarp, nice
trailer, ready to work
$10,000. (352) 212-0451
FORD
03, F250 XLT, 6.0 diesel
eng. super duty pick
up, Ext cab, 4 Dr, 8ft.
box w/ topper & bed-
liner, auto trans, PW
& many extras, excel.
cond. 65k mi. $22,500.
(352) 637-2023
Ford 150 XLT
1999,4.6 V8, ext. cab,
auto, all pwr, good
cond, asking $7100.
(352) 746-5093
FORD
1983 F-250; 4 WD; Inline
6; 4 ext. AT tire & wheels
Stick shift Runs great
$2,200 (352) 726-0094
FORD '
'97, Pick Up 150, looks
good, AC, 5spd. stick,
$3,400. negotiable
(352) 637-2983,
FORD RANGER
1996, red, cold air,
5spd, 4 cyl. runs great.
$2950. (352) 212-3997
ISUZU
'91, Pickup, runs great,
gas saver, 4cyl., will
trade for bigger pick up
or will sell (352)628-4657






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Toyota
'98; Tacoma, ext. cab,


TOYOTA TACOMA
'00 SR5 Ext. Cab, 5 spd,
4 cyl, 67,000 mi. wht.
cap, trir. hitch, C more
$10,000 (352) 563-0434



2005 JEEP
WRANGLER X
8,422 mi, $20,999,4wd,
pkg 24x, A/C, PS, Tilt,
Cruise, AM/FM/CD Ster-
eo,7 spkrs, Front Air
Bags, Premium Wheels,
Silver w/Soft Blk Top,
Side Steps, Tow Pkg, fog
Its & more. Immaculate
condition. (352) 422-2038





'05 Chrys Pacifica
3 row seats, WLCT,
Silver, $19,994
Call Steve or Alan
726-1238
CHEVROLET
1995 Tahoe; 4 WD; 4 Dr.;
141 K; Loaded;
Nice truck. $5,800
352-465-2686/228-2701
CHEVY
'89, Suburban, S ton,

4 cond., below blue bk.
$2,100. GREAT BUY
(352) 746-0921
HONDA CRV
'02; PW, PL, PS; 28 MPG;
71 K CD; lotsofstg.;
4 DR; Exc. Cond.
$10,990 (352)726-7963
JEEP
'01, Cherokee Sprt,
4.0Leng., 55k mi.,
many extras $11,000.
(352) 621-3183
JEEP CHEROKEE
'99, 100 K, A/C, Pwr,
Exc. Cond. $6,200
352-637-1531 or
-, 352-613-4646
JEEP WRANGLER
1997, Garaged,
Beautifully 51K mi.
loaded, $8,300.
(352) 746-4859


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SUBURBAN 4x4
1989, Navy/grey, front
& rear air, tow pkg.
Clean & solid machine.
$3,000. (352) 795-3970


Ford F150
1991, 4X4, Straight 6,
runs greatly New tires,
much more. $3500.
352-382-1020, 302-5779
GMC
1984 Full Size GMC Blaz-
er 4x4. Body rough, in-
terior rough but runs and
drives good. Great drive
train for mud truck, hunt
vehicle, etc...$1500. Call
249-1144 before 9pm.
Jeep Wrangler X
2004, solar yellow w/
black soft top, 16" alloy
wheels on 32"
pro-comp tires, 6 CD 7
speaker system, cruise,
tilt, 6 cyl. 5 speed, tow
Spkg. 22k miles, $18,900
Firm (352) 564-4256
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Suzuki Samuri
1986, 4x4, new clutch,
brakes like new tires,
a/c, lifted, 3 tops,
$2500. (352) 400-1917




'02 Chrysler T & C
WLCT, Gold,
$11,994
Call Steve or Alan
726-1238

'05 Chrysler Town
& Country Stow n
Go WLCT, Gold.
$18,994. Call Alan
or Steve 726-1238

'05 Dodge
Caravan WLCT,
Silver, $14,994
Call Steve or Alan
726-1238
Aerostar XLT
1995, good cond.
151k miles 7 pass.
$2,000.00
(352) 795-9998
DODGE
1997, Grand Caravan,
good cond.$3000 OBO.
(352) 726-5844
DODGE
'77, runs, extra parts to
go with. $600.
(352) 277-4195
DODGE VAN 1979
extended Utility vehicle,
runs, but needs work.
$500/obo
(352) 489-8394
FORD
'97, one owner, excel.
cond. AC, everything
works, $3,895.
302-2865, 352-746-9624
Ford El150
1994, $2800.
(352) 650-7433
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KIA
2002, Sadona EX,
clean, leather, 7 pass,
moon roof, all pwr,
10,00m l warr. $9495
(352) 489-0053
MR CITRUS
COUNTY REALTY







ALAN NUSSO
3.9% Listings
INVESTORS
BUYERS AGENT
BUSINESS BROKER
(352) 422-6956



ATV + ATC USED PARTS
Buy-Sell-Trade ATV, ATC,
Go-carts 12-5pm Dave's
USA (352) 628-2084
REWARD for Info. Honda
300 EX 4-wheelers,
stolen Jan15/16 from
Lecanto (352) 382-7039
SUZUKI
05, Z400, white w/ blue,
only 50 hrs, 3 yr warren
$4,200 OBO.
(352) 746-4859
YAMAHA BEAR
TRACKER
Runs Greatl
Price reduced, $1495.
(352) 274-7149



Harley Sofftail
Deuce. 01. Silver, 425
miles. Harley slash cut
mufflers, security sys..
S$15,400. (352) 220-2324
HONDA
I *'..' k,ne ir. lr .ta ite
20' .e, uluhl cil e
1.1u: I: 1ui" :i 1
rluii :e l I1.' ,' J :.'1.:l
(352)341-6933
HONDA
-5 ,.lagna i.-.J fe.1
& c r .r.,:,rr ei ;'. I).V' .' r ,r
rino r .,,el.ler.I .r.-1 ,
(s iO (352) 489-3730
HONDA OF
CRYSTAL RIVER
BIG SALE!
06 VTX 1300 SAVE!
06 VT750 Aero SAVEI
(352) 795-4832
HONDA
2 'L i E llr', i, l,
'- i i, E0 ei C'n.-r
(352) 613-4127
Kawasaki Volcan
r.lear, Irreak i,-Ori
C-: :1ir'1 ir3 r.- .-.-ri,
-im i i r-,0 A r ,:, iT i
corr.-j : i.. c..
(352) 726-2641
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311-0312 SUCRN and property pursuant to
Uen Sole 3-22-2006 State Statute 83.801-
PUBULIC NOTICE 83.809,
Notice Is hereby given
Personal property of the that Windmill Self Storage,
following tenants will be located at 2297 W. Gulf to
sold for cash to satisfy Lake Hwy,, Lecanto, Flori-
rental Iens In accordance doa, Intends to dispose of
with Florida Statutes, Self personal property/goods
Storage Facility Act, Sec- stored by the following
tlons 83-806 and 83-807: tenants:
Personal Mini Storage JENNIFER LOUISE COESTER
Dunnellon UNIT 530
f/k/a 41 Storage Last known address:
Contents may include 1325 NO. BALKO PATH
kitchen, household items, LECANTO, FL 34461
bedding, luggage, toys, WENDY HACKBARTH
games, packed cartons, UNIT 560
furniture, tools, clothing, Last known address;
trucks, cars, etc. There P.O. BOX 1543
are no titles for the vehl- INVERNESS, FL 34451
cles sold at lien sale. Own- Tenant stored goods, If
ers reserve the right to bid salable, will be sold on site
on units, after this public notice has
been published two times
Unit#1I -in accordance with Florl-
JENNIFER LYNN WOOD da Statutes 83.806. -
S, The sale of stored goods,
Lien sale to be held on If not redeemed by pay-
the premises, 03-22-2006 ment In full of all delin-
at 2 P.M. Viewing will be quent rents and related
at the time of the sale costs, may be sold 15
only, at 11955 N. Florida days from the publication.
Ave., Dunnellon,FL. of the first notice In ac-
cordance with Florida
Published two (2) times In Statutes. This sale will take
the Citrus County Chroni- place at 10:00 a.m., Mon-
cle, March 5 and 12, day, March 20,2006.
2006. /s/ Bob Perry
310-0312 SUCRN Owner
PUBLIC NOTICE Published two (2) times in
Windmill Self Storage the Citrus County Chronl-
Windill Sef Storag -cle, 'March 5 and 12,
Disposal of Stored Goods 20le06.
Disposal of stored goods




322-0312 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Citrus County School Board, will hold an Adminlstra-
tive Hearing; 1:00 p.m. and a Regular Meeting; 2:00
p.m., In the Board Room of the DIstrict Services Center
locat 1007 West Main Street, Inverness, Florida on
March 14, 2006.
The purpose of the, Administrative Hearing Is to act
upon proposed student expulsion(s). The Regular
Meeting Is to discuss and act upon other business that
needs to come before the Board.
If any person decides to appeal a decision made by
the Board, with respect to any matter considered at
this meeting, he may need a record of the proceed-
Ings and may need to Insure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings-is made, which record should Include
the testimony and evidence upon which his appeal Is
to be based.
/s/ Sandra Himmel
Superintendent
Citrus County School Board
Published one (1) time In the Citrus County Chronicle,
March 12,2006.

321-0312 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
Bid Information
The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners will
accept sealed bids for:
Bid No.: 072-06
Mowing of Private Roadways
To obtain additional Information concerning the an-
nouncement, please visit the Citrus County Website at:
wwwbocc citrus flus and click on the Bid Information
option or call Onvla/Demandstar at: (800) 711-1712.
Deadline for the receipt of bids: April 6, 2006 at
2:00 p.m.
A public bid opening will be held at 2:30 p.m. on April
6, 2006 at the Lecanto Government Building, located
at: 3600 West Sovereign Path, Lecanto, Florida 34461.
Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at
this meeting because of a dlsabilty or physical Impair-


CLASSIFIED S


-M-w
ment should contact the Management & Budget Of-
fice, 3600 West Sovereign Path, First Floor, Lecanto, Flor-
ida 34461, (352) 527-5203 at least two days before the
meeting. If you are hearing or speech Impaired, use
the TDD telephone (352) 527-5312.
CITRUS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Gary Bartell, Chairman
Published one (1) time In the Citrus County Chronicle,
March 12, 2006.

320-0312 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
Bid Information
The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners will
accept sealed bids for:
Bid No.: 065-06
Mowing and Trimming of the County's Median/Curbed
Road Ways and Litter Pick-up
To obtain additional Information concerning the an-
nouncement, please visit the Citrus County Website at:
www.bocc citrusfl us and click on the Bid Information
option or call Onvia/Demandstar at: (800) 711-1712.
Deadline for the receipt of bids: March 30, 2006 at
2:00 p.m.
A public bid opening will be held at 2:30 p.m. on Mar-
ch 30, 2006 at the Lecanto Government Building, lo-
cated at: 3600 West Sovereign Path, Lecanto, Florida
34461.
Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at
this meeting because of a disability or physical Impair-
ment should contact the Management & Budget Of-
fice, 3600 West Sovereign Path, First Floor, Lecanto, Flor-
Ida 34461, (352) 527-5203 at least two days before the
meeting. If you are hearing or speech Impaired, use
the TDD telephone (352) 527-5312.
CITRUS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Gary Bartell, Chairman,
Published one (1) time In the Citrus County Chronicle,
March 12,2006.

323-0319 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS #2006-02
ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS
PRO JEC : i 3.3.F..3, limC....v .. ,rl: I.:. f-al., r I .3
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-ill ,'ri i, : i In.cl. 3:i: l T,', Ir l, ."0 cl LI o I3, .: I:
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r.:.'j. .l,.3-' r.3l c-, .--.,T,,cr i. ir,i h l ,:l ..:. i",g a.3.1 r I.C i
All Bidders shall be roaaway contlaclors pie qualified
with the Florida Department of Transporiaolion in Talla-
hassee Florida.
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March 241n at 2.00 P.M. Oi L-...-.i-.-i-.r, *.ir, Hii f.llijir Io
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319-0312 SUCRIJRN
PUBLIC NOTICE OF PUBLIC
THE ."i 'us L'.O r. :..-].r r.u,::r:..e] LI, :E rI:- r
-PF E i-,. Ei0-rC '.~ 'i.1. .-:.:i Dii.Ci LI.1EETiICIG C
MARCH 22, 2006 Al 200 PM. -1i THE LE,4rni,, C-.:-:..
rl' 'l Ell [l I .11LL 'i '- i .: 0'.' : :',.I- l,'E-' u I"TH l'. h.-
LE'~. : FLC, riLc. :i J.:,i
:HIEI"tE.IL C', Ir.1E .1I HE b.:: 1.'
I RONALD BOWKER Ti: r.lEE r-HE B--, F,. F
ro-,-,.^i -.-: r i-:., ELECi-,: ri *:,:.irr- .,:T,':,- C -',li.-

LEWANN BAUCKNECHI i:, r.-IC1 rTHE e,-,,rD f :,r_ -P*
-Fr.i L" ,'.,F- t._" MiO, -IL. -iE -6 .MI RBLE .':',,lil"'. l_)v -
C' ,-r.r-EiEEL I C C i:
3 TIMOTHY CANHAM i .? IEET iHE- .'-L. F. -P.
PR,.-,.'-i- ,'_,F ," u,- -:lr ii- .,.:,rii.:.:Tri c,,.,r F rErJc ,
CARD.
4. DENNIS THOMPSON TO MEET THE BOARD FOR AP-
FCO..L ,.i F E--Ei.1 -.: TILE & MARBLE CONTRACTOR
C ri lijiE : "- r ..
5. BENITO LICCIARDELLO TO MEET THE BOARD FOR AP-
PROVAL OF BEING GRANDFATHERED IN FOR THE
ALUM/VINYL FABRICATOR CONTRACTOR COMPETENCY
CARD.
6. DOMINIC LICCIARDELLO TO MEET THE BOARD FOR
APPROVAL OF BEING GRANDFATHERED IN FOR THE
ALUM/VINYL FABRICATOR CONTRACTOR COMPETENCY
CARD.
7. GARRY CONROY TO MEET THE BOARD FOR APPROV-'
AL TO TAKE EXPERIOR EXAM FOR ROOFING CONTRAC-
TOR.
8. DAVID KENNEDY TO MEET THE BOARD FOR APPROV-
AL OF ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR COMPETENCY CARD.
9. DARRELL LAWSON TO MEET THE BOARD FOR AP-
PROVAL OF DRYWALL CONTRACTOR COMPETENCY
CARD.
10. PATRICK RIGGIERO TO MEET THE BOARD FOR AP-
PROVAL TO TAKE EXPERIOR EXAM FOR ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTOR.
11. JAMES GAFFNEY TO MEET THE BOARD FOR APPROV-
AL OF CERAMIC TILE & MARBLE CONTRACTOR COMPE-
TENCY CARD.,
12. MICHAEL WHITMORE TO MEET THE BOARD FOR AP-
PROVAL OF GRANDFATHERING IN FOR THE ALUMI-
NUM/VINYL FABRICATION CONTRACTOR COMPETENCY
CARD.
13. JOSEPH GILBERT TO MEET THE BOARD FOR APPROVAL
OF GRANDFATHERING IN FOR THE ALUMINUM,/VINYL
FABRICAllTION CONTRACTOR COMPETENCY CARD.
14. BRIAN SHANK TO MEET THE BOARD FOR APPROVAL
OF IRRIGATION CONTRACTOR COMPETENCY CARD.

1. ANTHONY SCORZA CITATION # 0668"- "ENGAGE IN
THE BUSINESS OR ACT IN THE CAPACITY OF A CONTRAC-
TOR OR ADVERTISE ONE'S SELF OR BUSINESS OR ACT IN
THE CAPACITY OF A CONTRACTOR- WITHOUT BEING
::.iJtL, i 'E l -i .:,i ':s 1ilFIEL-
2. ELIAS SUAREZ CITATION # 0666 "ENGAGE IN THE
BUSINESS OR ACT IN- THE CAPACITY OF A CONTRACTOR
SOR ADVERTISE ONE'S SELF OR BUSINESS OR ACT IN THE
CAPACITY OF A CONTRACTOR WITHOUT BEING DULY
REGISTERED OR CERTIFIED."
3. KERMIT GENTRY CITATION # 0670 "ENGAGE IN THE
BUSINESS FOR ACT IN THE CAPACITY OF A CONTRAC-
TOR OR ADVERTISE ONE'S SELF OR BUSINESS OR ACT IN
THE CAPACITY OF A CONTRACTOR .WITHOUT BEING
DULY REGISTERED OR CERTIFIED."
ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLAINTS-
1. WILLIAM BUCHANAN dba lISMrII
2. FRANK BRUNO dba BAYBERRY FARMS
3. FRANK DUARTE dba AGELI AIR
4. BRIAN STOVER- dba INVINCIBLE ASSOCIATES


5. MARIO JORFDAN dba APEX CONSTRUCTION
6 RICHARD COLLINS dba R.S COLLINS CONSTRUC-
TION
7. WILLIAM PERRY -versus CLIFF MYERS (homeowner)
8. GARY ECKERT PARAMOUNT POOLS
PHIL TOMPETRINI TO DISCUSS WITH THE BOARD
RE- CREDIT REPORTS
ANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO APPEAL A DECISION
MADE BY THE CONSTRUCTION UCENSING & APPEALS
BOARD WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT
THIS PUBLIC HEARING, HE/SHE WILL NEED TO INSURE
THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDING IS
MADE, WHICH RECORD SHALL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY
AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE
BASED. (SECTION 286.0101, FL STATUTES.)
ANY PERSON REQUIRING REASONABLE ACCOMMODA-
TION AT THIS MEETING BECAUSE OF A DISABILITY OR
PHYSICAL IMPAIRMENT SHOULD CONTACT THE COUNTY
ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE, MASONIC BUILDING, 111
WEST MAIN STREET, 3RD FLOOR. INVERNESS, FL 34450,
(352) 341-9801; AT LEAST TWO DAYS BEFORE THE MEET-
ING. IF YOU ARE HEARING OR SPEECH IMPAIRED, USE
THE TDD TELEPHONE (352-341-6580) OR LECANTO GOV-
ERNMENT BUILDING (352-527-5312).
Published one (1) time In the Citrus County Chronicle,
March 12,2006.


SUNDAY, MARCH 12, 2006,;LSD


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2005 ALTIMA


$14,925
DOWNN P253 .ERNTH
2005 EXPLORER


2005 ACCORD


*15,945
*OOWN M$271 'MONTH
2005 DURANGO


2005 CAMRY


*15,825


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2005 SONATA


,11,650
DOWNN 198 ERNTH*


2005 MURANO 2005 EXPEDITION


$15,350
DOWN $260 ERMONTH*


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*287 "PER
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*21,975


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$37 MONTH*


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8,975


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2005 FOCUS


'9,250,


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2005 SENTRA


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'14,825


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'12,925


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2005 SEBRING


11, 425


2005 GRAND CARAVAN


'14,750


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