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Title: Citrus County chronicle
Uniform Title: Citrus County Chronicle
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
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Publication Date: October 15, 2006
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NANCY KENNEDY
nkennedy@
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Chronicle
When Mike Silva was in the
room, you couldn't help smil-
ing and it was his smile and
his knack for making you laugh
that drew you to him.
"He was the funniest guy
you'd ever meet, and it came
naturally to him," said Lilley
'Holland, one of the gang of six
best friends that Mike was a
part of.
The friends included Mike
and Teresa, his wife of one
year; Lilley and her fianed and
singing partner, Lonnie Lyons;
and Barb and Al Krogh. They
vacationed together, went to
, clubs together, hung out and
went boating together.
The six were inseparable
until Mike died Oct:7 at age 50.
"There's no way to talk about
Mike without smiling," Lonnie
said. "He was funny without
trying. He'd be telling you a
story absolutely straight-faced
and then all of a sudden you'd
realize he was putting one over
on you."7
Mike had Lilley believing
Please see SILVA/Page 7A


Special to the Chronicle
Mike Silva died Oct. 7 at age
*50 after a battle with cancer.


EMS sees successful stretch

pi AResponse times increased;

7M Director: Nonprofit model

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Chronicle


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Russ Schlenker and Wayne Martin demonstrate an AutoPulse Resuscitation System that Nature Coast
Emergency Medical Services recently acquired for Citrus County. The device takes over compression reliev-
ing a paramedic to do other procedures during an emergency.


If its managers had to pick one word to describe
Nature Coast EMS, that word would most likely be
"focused."
That attribute is what Director Teresa Burgess
says has enabled the almost six-year-old service to
become what it is today: a lean, highly efficient
company focused on patient care.
She said the model of a nonprofit foundation
whose company works for the county commission
on contract to deliver emergency medical services
has worked well for the county. The nonprofit,
stand-alone model allows managers and personnel
to focus only on providing the best patient care for
the lowest possible cost, she said.
After the county took over the ambulance service
from Citrus Memorial Hospital years ago, and
eventually decided that it couldn't effectively run
the EMS in a cost-efficient manner, it tried going to
a private service, only to have that service pull out,
Leaving the county commission with the problem of
'lhat to do next
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CPR: Now with

touch of a button

JIM HUNTER
jhunter@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
For those who have ever administered CPR
or have even just watched it performed in a
life-or-death situation, the response to some
new state-of-the-art equipment being used by
Nature Coast EMS is similar. The response is
usually just: "Wow."
The AutoPulse is basically a thick plastic
board and a special, wide chest strap that
mechanically contracts to perform automatic
cardiac pulmonary resuscitation, or CPR. The
equipment may revolutionize the way emer-
Please see '/Page 5A


U.S. House District 5: Candidates differ greatly on issues


Brown-Waite: Leaving Iraq would invite attack


Russell: Opponent is 'agent of the insurance industry'


TERRY WiTT
terrywitt@
chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
U.S. Rep. Ginny Brown-
Waite said she knows the war
in Iraq is being waged on cred-
it, but she said to leave now
would embolden terrorists.
Brown-Waite, who repre-
sents District 5, which includes
Citrus County, said the cost of
the wars in Iraq and
Afghanistan has risen to $432
billion. Iraq alone is costing $6
billion per month.


Ho wwe ver,
Brown-Waite
said al-Qaida,
s the terrorist
organization
responsible for
Sthe 9/11 attacks
V': 4- A would like
Ginny nothing better
.-. tthan for U.S.
Waite troops to leave
Iraq.
She said leaving would
heighten recruitment opportu-
nities for terrorists and might
help them establish bases for
attacking the United States.


Brown-Waite's press secre-
tary, Charlie Keller, said
Brown-Waite is concerned that
the "cut and run" tactics of war
opponents would play into the
hands of Muslim ultra-extrem-
ists whose goal is to establish
an Islamic empire around the
world.
"If we cut and run, I would
be very concerned about our
future and imminent attack,"
Brown-Waite said.
The Brooksville congress-
woman said she has concerns
Please see .' .. .../Page 9A


TERRY WITT
terrywitt@
chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
John Russell says U.S. Rep.
Ginny Brown-Waite is a profes-
sional politician joined at the
hip with the insurance indus-
try, a congressional insider
who is "bought and paid for"
Russell, an acute care nurse
practitioner and a Democrat
running for the District 5 seat
in the U.S. House of
Representatives, said he rep-
resents change. He said he


would be a con-
sumer advo-
cate.
S. m "If people
. "are happy with
/ the status quo,
they know who
to vote for, but
like I said,
she's bought
and paid for," Russell said.
With property insurance
rates rising in Florida at
alarming rates, Russell said
Brown-Waite is the wrong per-
son to represent Florida con-


sumers in Congress.
He cited Brown-Waite's
House Bill 5637, the "Non-
Admitted and Reinsurance
Reform Act of 2006" as evi-
dence of his claim that Brown-
Waite is an agent of the insur-
ance industry. He said Brown-
Waite touts the bill as saving
consumers money, but he said
the opposite is true.
Russell quoted from the tes-
timony of Travis Plunkett, leg-
islative director of the
Consumer Federation of
Please see RUSSELL/Page 9A


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good thing
Guitarist/
singer Freddy
Fender dies at
age 69 in
Texas./6A


Man held In connection with slaying


Missing college student's body found
Friday in Vermont./lOA


Marvelous makeover
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Inverness couple helps spruce up Mildred
Harrison's home./22E


Kings of chill face
off this weekend
* Rotary Club hosts
chili cookoff./3A
[$17,000 is miss-
ing at Dunnellon
High School./3A
E Libertarian candi-
date John Wayne
Smith explains
his campaign for
governor./3A


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Money missing at Dunnellon


High schools bookkeeper put on

leave after $17,000 unaccounted for


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jhunter@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Marion County school offi-
cials have told the county sher-
iff's office that $17,000 appears
-missing from internal accounts
at Dunnellon High School for
school activities. The officials
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labeled grand theft and finan-
cial fraud, is investigated.
The funds, involving various
amounts as much as $7,000 and
$8,000 from various sports
teams' fundraising accounts
between April 2004 and
September 2005, .were discov-
ered missing in an audit that
also revealed problems in
accounting for about $70,000 in
school funds, school officials


said.
They said most of that
$70,000 was not believed stolen
but improperly documented
between various internal
accounts, the sheriff's report
said.
According to School
Superintendent Jim Yancey,
Dunnellon High School book-
keeper Jane Sutton, 44, of
Dunnellon, told school officials
she had locked up the funds in
a closet and didn't know where
they had gone.
Yancey told the sheriff's
office there was no documenta-


tion of the funds being deposit-
ed and Sutton had given no
indication where they might
have been deposited.
Yancey said that it would be
normal procedure to lock the
money in the closet, but the
bookkeeper is required by
school board policy to deposit
such funds no later than the
following business day State
law requires the money to be
deposited within five days.
Yancey said that numerous
bills also were never paid, and
to date that total amounted to
$48,299. He told the sheriff's


office that all the school's
accounts are being audited to
determine if any more money
was missing.
The accounts related to the
missing funds included $6,885
for a varsity football game in
2005, and $8,410 for a 2005
baseball fundraiser, as well as
$1,292 for boys basketball; $280
for boys soccer; $126 for girls
basketball; and $103 for varsity
baseball.
The sheriff's report said
Sutton was seeking legal coun-
sel and had not yet been inter-
viewed.


".. "k DAVE SIGC ER'r.-.- :,,
Karen Bollmann and Sam Williams sample some of Kyle Nayfield's chili during the fifth Homosassa Chili Championship spon-
sored by the Rotary Club of Homosassa Springs. Nayfield made his "Rasta Chili" using a lot of vegetables and a Jamaican jerk
style turkey finished off with some mango.



Visitors get chili reception


chili concoction.
She said there are two
important things to remem-
ber when you're cooking
chili: One watch the time.
Chili tastes completely dif-
ferent based on how long it
cooks. Two don't add the
grease from the meat to the
chili.
The Chili Dogs team from
West Palm Beach offered
patrons the choice of chili
with or without beans. The
vat without beans is what
they used for judging.
Team member Bill Tyler is
so serious about the season-
ing in his chili he travels to
Tennessee to buy the spices
which he and his wife blends
together in an unmarked
Ziploc bag to keep the secret
ingredients safe.
Rotary member Stefan
Butin Bik said his favorite
chili is one that isn't too


* WHAT: The Rotary Club
of Homosassa Springs
Fifth Homosassa Chili
Championship
WHEN: 10 a.m. to 3
p m. today
WHERE: Nature's Resort
on Hall's River Road.
COST: $2 parking dona
tio-jn, $2 for a cup to
sample chili entries.

runny. It's spicy but with
spices that blend well togeth-
er. The meat is top-notch.
Butin Bik, who helped
coordinate the event, said
the idea is to raise about
$10,000 for various things
including maintaining
Homosassa's soccer fields,
providing funding for the
Florida Sheriff's Youth
Ranch, foster parent organi-
zation and dental program.


CRUSTY LOFTS
cloftis@
chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
What's the secret to the
perfect bowl of chili? At the
Rotary Club of Homosassa
Springs' Fifth Homosassa
Chili Championship the
answer varied based on the
cook
"It's the spices," team Two
Peppers cook Hank
Staniszewski said.
He and his friend Bill
Asony came from Tampa to
blend an array of spices into
a sizzling chili which they
warn has a bit of a kick.
The Two Peppers' chili is
spiced using chilies, cumin


and a special southwest
chipotle seasoning to make
about four gallons to share
with judges and passerbys.
Saturday, 26 teams entered
the championship at
Nature's Resort on Halls
River Road in Homosassa
from as far away as Texas
and Louisiana in hopes earn-
ing recognition from Chili
Appreciation Society
International.
Some recipes left taste-
testers running for a bottle of
water, and others cooked a
less fiery dish.
Kitty Dolan, of Spring Hill,
currently holds the state
Chili Appreciation Society
Title and spent Saturday
carefully creating her rich


John Wayne Smith's governor run anything but regular


SThe owner of a space research company, Smith is a

registered independent with a Libertarian philosophy


TERRY W 7T-
terrywitt@
chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
John Wayne Smith is a
" Libertarian candidate for gov-
ernor who acknowledges his
-'ideas are not mainstream.
"My first act as governor
-would be to pardon or reprieve
85 percent of the people who
'are in jail or prison," he said.
S"What would be your second
act?" he was asked.
"Go hide," he responded.
Smith, a native Floridian
who was born in Leesburg, is
registered as having no party


affiliation, but says his political fewer in number.
philosophy is Libertarian. He cited one example of an
His brochure said he stands outdated law. He said an 1892


against "cur-
rent wisdom
most of the
time;" but it
adds he is a
free man, and
a competent
man.


ment. You can't go for more
than one hour without break-
ing some law," he said.
He said the laws governing
Eminent Domain the prac-
tice of governments condemn-
ing and taking private property
for a public purpose should
include protections so strong
that politicians
would go to jail
'nment. for even suggest-
ing they steal
e hour someone's prop-
erty.


However, he
said he would


Smith said John Wayne ...... use the death
he is not candidate for Florida governor, penalty more
opposed to frequently in
government, criminal cases.
ernment,e said anarchy law, still on the books in Smith said privatized jails
would reign. But he said there Florida, says you must bathe are not really private. He said
is too much government, and with clothes on. no truly private corporation
laws need to be reasonable and "We have too much govern- can legally take away a per-


son's freedoms.
"What the state calls privati-
zation is a good ole boy situa-
tion: You scratch my back, I'll
scratch yours," he said.
Smith said he advocates
returning to the old immigra-
tion procedures that once were
used at Ellis Island in New
York.
He said anyone who did not
have a deadly disease was
allowed into the country
He also said he owns a space
research company that has
designed a habitable module to
live on Mars.
He said they are octagon-
shaped modules that can be
self-sustaining for years.
"Getting them into space is
going to be the hard part," he
said.


County :..L -v

Chronicle to host
forum Tuesday
Candidates for county, state
and federal offices will be fea-
tured Tuesday during the Citrus
County Chronicle's political
forum.
The forum begins at 7 p.m. at
the National Guard Armory in
Crystal River. Doors open at 6
p.m.
Candidates for the U.S.
House of Representatives,
Citrus County School Board and
Citrus County Commission will
be called to the stage by race.
Each will have two-minute open-
ing statements, followed by 10
minutes of questions from a
panel of journalists. Candidates
will have one minute each to
close.
The forum also will give can-
didates for circuit court judge
groups 29 and 31 five minutes
each to address the crowd, with
no questions taken.
A handful of third-party candi-
dates for U.S. Senate and gov-
ernor also are expected to
attend and will be given two
minutes each to speak.
Mosquito Control Board can-
didates will not speak, but will
be introduced by the moderator.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of
Citrus County will sell refresh-
ments.
For more information, call
Mike Wright at 563-3228.
Low-income housing
focus of meeting
Discussion about whether to
annex property for a low-income
housing project is expected to
dominate much of the Crystal
River City Council meeting on
Monday.
The council is meeting the
third Monday of the month
rather than the fourth because
early.voting begins Oct. 23.
Florida Low-Income Housing
Associates Inc. is asking to
annex 31.6 acres on Turkey
Oak Drive for a 78-unit develop-
ment.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m.
at city hall.
SECO staff to
donate $64,000
Sumter Electric Cooperative
(SECO) has announced that it
has concluded its United Way
Campaign and the co-op's
employees have pledged a
record $64,785 to help those
less fortunate.
SECO's CEO Jim Duncan
said, "By contributing to the
United Way, we are looking out
for the best interests of our fami-
ly, friends and neighbors. Nearly
everyone knows a person who
has benefited from one of the
many agencies United Way
helps support."
SECO employees have des-
ignated their contributions to be
distributed as follows: Lake &
Sumter counties $38,006;
Marion County $15,418;
Citrus County $8,449; and
other counties $2,912.
Boaters found after
brief search
Two Brooksville boaters were
found after almost a day of
searching on the
Chassahowitzka River, accord-
ing to law enforcement.
Jonathan Mitchell, 27, and
Jamie Sowers, 31, were report-
ed missing Friday evening by
Mitchell's wife when they didn't
return home at about 6 p.m.,
according to Hernando County
Sheriffs Office spokeswoman
Donna Black.
The Citrus and Hernando
County Sheriffs Offices and
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
worked together with FWC offi-
cers on boats and the Citrus
helicopter searching from the air
to find the missing men, accord-
ing to Citrus County
Spokeswoman Ronda
Hemminger Evan.


By about 4 p.m. Saturday, the
men were found safe near a
Wildlife Management area.
Mitchell's black airboat had bro-
ken down.

From staff reports


Rotary Club hosts its annual

contest for county's best chili


We have too much gover
You can't go for more than on
without breaking some law.


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CITRUS Cuvi'(L CufIONI (1 ,,


4A SUNDAY, ()OcTOiR 15, 2006


LifeSouth Community Blood
Center has set up the following
blood drive schedule for the
week. All donors receive a
Sonny's Bar-B-Q Big Deal Meal
coupon, every day through Oct
31.
For more information, call
527-3061.
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. today -
Harley-Davidson of Crystal
River, 1785 S. Suncoast Blvd.,
Homosassa. Drawing for a
Rodia Half Helmet (double
eagle pattern).
7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Monday City of Inverness, 212
W Main St
7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday -
Lecanto High School, 3810 W
Educational Path, Lecanto.
Personal pan pizza.
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday
- Floral City Community
Building, 8370 E. Orange Ave.,
Floral City
2 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday -
All Saints Council, Knights of
Columbus, 9020 W Atlas Drive,
Homosassa. All donors receive
a free dinner
8 a.m. to noon Thursday,
Oct 19 Forest View
Clubhouse, Homosassa.
1 to 4 p.m. Thursday -Taco
Bell, 555 E. Highway 19, Crystal
River. Free taco.
8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Friday,
Oct 20 Citrus County School
Board Support Services
Orientation, Lecanto Education
Complex, 3810 W Educational
Path, Lecanto.,
2 to 10 p.m. Saturday -
Spook Night No. 1 at Lecanto
Donor Center, 1241 S. Lecanto
Highway, Lecanto. Drawing for
Darth Vader Helmet, hot dogs
and refreshments. Children will
receive a candy bag. Spook
night T-shirt (while supplies
last).
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday St
Scholastica Catholic Church,
4301 W Homosassa Trail,
Lecanto.
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday, Oct 23 Rock Crusher
Elementary School, 814 S. Rock
Crusher Road, Homosassa.
2 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Oct
21, and Monday, Oct. 23 -
Spook Night No. 2 at Lecanto
Donor Center, 1241 S. Lecanto
Highway, Lecanto. Drawing for
Darth Vader Helmet, hot dogs
and refreshments. Children
will receive a candy bag.
Spook night T-shirt (while sup-
plies last).


For the :< '.. ..
Citrus County
Sheriff
Arrests
Clarence D. Fugate, Jr., 42,
5210 W. Starburst Lane, Homo-
sassa, at 6:57 p.m. Friday on
charges of possession of 20 grams
or less of marijuana and use/pos-
sess drug paraphernalia.
Fugate was released on his own
recognizance.
Steven Gino Gionti, 32, 6690
W. Macopin Lane, Crystal River, at
8:12 p.m. Friday on a charge of pos-
session of 20 grams or less of mar-
ijuana.
Gionti was released on his own
recognizance.
Crystal River Police
Arrest
Justin D. Courteau, 18, 6982
N. Goldleaf Point, Dunnellon, at
4:11 a.m. Saturday on charges of
criminal mischief and
shooting/throwing a missile into a
dwelling/vehicle/building.
According to an arrest report
Courteau tore a board off the side of
a trailer and threw it into the home,
damaging the side. The report also
said he broke some windows.
Bond was set at $11,000.
Vandalisms
A vandalism, reported at 9:28
a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 10, between
9:30 p.m. and 9:45 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 4, in a business
parking lot in the 3500 block of N.
Lecanto Highway, Beverly Hills.
A vandalism, reported at 1:48
p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 10, between 11
p.m. Monday, Oct. 9, and 4 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 10, in a business
parking lot in the 800 block of W.
Main Street, Inverness.

ON THE NET
For more information
about arrests made by
Sthe Citrus County
SSheriff's Office, go to


www.sheriffcitrus.org and
click on the link to Daily
Reports, then Arrest
Reports.


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James Coppens Died October 11th while undergoing surgery at Mayo Clinic in
Rochester, MN.
He was born near the Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes in Empire, Michigan on March
5, 1935 to Gertrude and Solomon Coppens. He moved to Crystal River in 1980
from Missouri.

.3 Mr. Coppens attended Michigan Technological University of Engineering, The
.".. University of Michigan and Nova University where he received a degree in
business.
He spent many summers managing the Sleeping Bear Dune Rides while
attending college. He dearly loved the Dunes and grew up enjoying the hunting
James W Coppens and fishing in the area. His enjoyment of hunting and fishing never diminished.
He was Senior Contracts Manager for Duke Flour Daniel and retired in 2001 after 22 years of service, he was
highly respected for his negotiating skills.
On October 1, 1966 he married Sue Ann Shimel his soul mate and life companion in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He
was a devoted husband, father, and grandfather. He always had a smile, a calming influence and could solve any
problem. He had a great sense of humor and was a great storyteller. He enjoyed any activity that included the
family and especially like family cookouts and holidays. His granddaughter recently began playing football and he
derived much pleasure from watching her. He never missed a game or practice. He had a beautiful mind and was
an avid reader and wrote poetry for his own enjoyment.
In addition his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Robert Coppens; and sister, Dorothy Mattes.
Survivors include his wife of 40 years, Sue Ann; two daughters, Marion Coppens of Crystal River, FL, Terri Kurt
and husband Ron of Hernando, FL; one son Tony Heitz of Crystal River, FL; three grandchildren, Justin Heitz of
Spring Hill, Conan Heitz of Moberly, MO and Karissa Heitz of Crystal River; and special grandson Kylan Rhodes
of Crystal River, FL; two sisters, Alice Diggins of Empire, MI, Barabara Vogel ande husband George of Suttons
Bay, MI; one brother John Coppens of Charlevoix, MI; and several nieces and nephews; a step granddaughter
Kayla Kurtz of New Smyrna BeaCH, FL.
He was a member of St. Benedict's Parish and St. Benedict's Men's Club.
Mr. Coppens final resting place will be in Maple Grove Cemetery, EMpire MI near his beloved Sleeping Bear
Sand Dunes.
Funeral mass for James W. Coppens 71, of Crystal River will be celebrated Monday, October 16th, 2006 at 10:00
AM at St. Benedict Catholic Church in Crystal River with Father Michael Suszynski the celebrant. Visitation will
be from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM on Sunday at th the Strickland Funeral Home Chapel in Crystal River. Burial will
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Russ Schlenker shows the new truck Citrus County and Nature
Coast EMS recently added to respond to emergencies on Gospel
Island.



Gospel Island



EMS gets 21



calls in Sept.


Chronicle
The Nature Coast EMS sta-
tion temporarily located near
the entrance of Gospel Island
Road and State Road 44 seems
^ to have proven its need, offi-
^ cials said last week.
The Inverness East station
,. went into service at the old
Gospel Island Fire Station on
S.R. 44 on Aug. 20 and saw 11
calls in that month.
In September, the station got
21 calls for service.
Residents, particularly those
at the west end of Gospel
Island, were afraid that when
the state began replacing the
Gospel Island Bridge near
Inverness, EMS ambulances,
once only a half mile away,
would be delayed significantly


CPR
Continued from Page 1A

agency crews administer car-
diac resuscitation.
AutoPulse is very new in
Florida, and the Citrus EMS
is only one of two or three
services employing it, accord-
ing to Nature Coast
Emergency Medical Service
Director Teresa Burgess.
The principle is simple, and
the result is highly effective,
Burgess said. A patient in car-
diac arrest is laid on the
board and the special
adjustable strap is secured.
With the press of a button, it
automatically adjusts down to
the person's chest. With the
press of another button, the
strap begins computer-con-
trolled compressions of the
whole chest cavity. The com-
puter bases the compression
on the person's chest size.
The steady compressions
are more effective than a per-
son using his hand to make
the compression because the
strap squeezes the whole
chest cavity, which is much
more effective than a palm on
the sternum, according to
Nature Coast Director of
Operations Wayne Martin.
The compressions are exact
and measured, and never vary
or stop. The board allows the
paramedic to be free to clear
the patient's airway, give air
by mouth or air bag, hook up
an IV administer drugs and
apply a defibrillator without
halting or interfering with the
compressions.
Martin said recent research
has shown that the compres-
sions are actually more
important than ventilation in
saving the patient, as the
blood will retain some oxygen
for a time, but if the blood
pressure is allowed to fall


by having to drive the distance
around the island out State
Road 44.
They complained and the
controversy even involved state
Rep. Charles Dean, R-
Inverness, who is a Gospel
Island resident One of the com-
promises to closing the bridge
to traffic for up to six months
was that Nature Coast would
temporarily place a response
station in the old firehouse.
Nature Coast Director
Teresa Burgess said the station
may not appear active to resi-
dents because the EMS vehicle
is kept behind the firehouse,
but that's because the front
bays of the building are not
usable for EMS vehicles.
However, the station is
manned, she said.

precipitously because of
interrupted compression, the
patient's chances are less-
ened.
In addition to being treated
without pause, the patient can
be lifted and put into the
ambulance without any pause
in compression and the board
can remain in use even until
the patient is taken into the
emergency room.
The board has been used
once in Hernando. "It was a
save," Martin said, smiling
and then adding that in car-
diac arrests the survival rate
can be as low as 5 percent.
With automatic defibrillators,
the rate rises to about 25 per-
cent. With the AutoPulse,
Martin said, that rate is
expected to go even higher.
A number of studies have
already shown that the equip-
ment increases the chances of
positive outcomes for
patients, Martin said.
Russ Schlenker, a para-
medic who has served with
the county's EMS services for
27 years, said there had been
a prior automatic resuscitator
called the Thumper, but that
it had been large, clumsy and
not well liked. Of AutoPulse,
he said, its capabilities were
something else altogether.
"This is the most exciting
thing I've seen," he said.
The AutoPulse, now on all
the ambulances, was obtained
through a 25/75 percent state
grant, Burgess said, with the
county commission paying the
25 percent. Getting that kind
of equipment for a quarter of
the price was one of the things
Nature Coast administrators
focus on, Burgess said, which
is getting the best tools for its
personnel for the least cost.
"The crews need the best
equipment and the communi-
ty deserves it. My job is to give
them the tools and to find a
way to fund it."


EMS
Continued from Page 1A

It chose the nonprofit foundation model
used in Volusia County, which had been suc-
cessful during a time when most counties
were struggling with how to fund EMS sys-
tems facing sharply escalating costs.
Looking back on the past six years of the
Nature Coast EMS's life, Burgess said she'd
have to characterize that time as a process
of growth toward a maturity that is now
exemplified by respect by employees for
themselves, their peers and their perform-
ance, as well as their organization. In short,
the organization has developed a justifiable
pride in itself, she said, in regard to its stan-
dards and performance.
And that evolved, even as the service's
workers unionized.
Burgess said that the number of calls for
service has increased from 13,699 in 2001,
the company's first full year, to 17,503 in
2005. As of the end of last month, the service
had racked up 17,759 calls so far for this
year
But the interesting thing, she said, is that
the transports to the hospital, which gener-
ally take about an hour of a crew's time,
have gone up from 10,689 to only 11,8816
between 2001 and 2005. Nature Coast man-
agers analyze the calls and transports to try
to understand what drives then and the
demographics behind them.
Burgess said they don't automatically
equate increased population with the need
for more trucks and personnel, but look for
the key factors that actually affect service.
Being a stand-alone service and driven by
cost efficiency, she said, allows and
demands they evaluate it in such a busi-
ness fashion, though without the profit
motive.
For instance, she said, there are seven
units on duty around the county 24 hours a
day, and that has remained the same since
Nature Coast took over the operation from
the private operator. The only change was
initially making the seventh unit active 24
hours a day instead of just during the day.
But the point is, she said, that the same
number of units have served the county
since 2001 as the service's response time


TAXPAYERS' EMS SUBSIDY


Year Budget amount
2001 $3 35 million


Tax subsidy
$1.05 million


2004 $4.43 million $974,308
2007 $5.54 million $651,808

has been going down even though the
number of calls has gone up. The service is
under contract to maintain a 7 minute and
30 seconds countywide average response
time. The national average time for city
areas ranges from 6 to 9 minutes and for
rural areas ranges from 12 to 15 minutes.
Initially, the average countywide
response time for the service was 7 minutes
and 27 or 28 seconds, she said. The service
has slowly whittled that down.
The countywide response for last month
was 7 minutes and 10 seconds. For August, it
had been 7 minutes and 3 seconds.
When some have said the service should
add ambulances to keep up with the grow-
ing population, Burgess said she has
responded that such action is not yet justi-
fied by the statistics.
The kind of improvements the service
makes that allow that determination also
demand flexibility and innovation, she said,
which is exactly the way the business model
should drive the service.
Depending on the calls for service, the
units may be moved around to strategic
locations on a given day to better cover
areas and to minimize the response times
when some crews are on calls. Obviously,
the closest ambulances are dispatched first
to the most serious calls, in particular the
life-threatening ones.
The service looks first at those critical
calls, calls on which the response times
have an impact on patient outcome. In
September, eight cardiac arrest calls had an
average response time of 7 minutes even,
and seven cardiac alert calls had an average
time of 9 minutes and 15 seconds. There
were 24 trauma alert calls, and those had an
average response time of 6 minutes and 50
seconds. There were 13 stroke alert calls
and those had an average response time of
8 minutes and 43 seconds.
The service averaged 32 transports to the
hospital per day. That averages five trans-


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lances constantly in service.
From the beginning, the county has had to
subsidize the service, but Burgess said the
goal is to reduce that, and she noted the suc-
cess in doing so is another important meas-
ure of the service's success.
In 2001, the EMS budget was $3.3 million,
with the county kicking in 1.05 million,
which was 32 percent of the budget
By the 2007, however, with a $5.54-million
budget, Nature Coast was getting only
$651,808 in subsidy, or 12 percent of its budg-
et from taxpayers. Burgess said she thinks
that speaks for itself, although the ultimate
goal is zero subsidy, she said.
The chairman of the county commission
agrees with Burgess' appraisal of the ser-
vice's success in the past six years.
Gary Bartell said, '"As far as I am con-
cerned, the entire program, from EMS
workers to the board of directors, has been
nothing but professional from the start. It's
been a good partnership." He said what few
problems there have been have been han-
dled in the highest professional manner
The commission has discussed, but so far
rejected, combining the fire and EMS serv-
ices in the county, and Burgess said the
model in use is the best for both the patients
and taxpayers.
Bartell agreed that experience has
proven the county picked the right model
with the nonprofit foundation, and keeping
the service separate has allowed it to focus
on what it does best in the most cost-effi-
cient manner
Paramedic Russ Schlenker said he had
been with the county's emergency medical
services in its various forms during the past
27 years. He agrees with Burgess' assess-
ment of Nature Coast's successes, and
added that in relation to things like the new
emergency treatment protocols and state-
of-the-art equipment, such as the AutoPulse
just deployed (see accompanying story),
"'This is a very progressive service for a mid-
sized county"
Though he has been a part of it, Nature
Coast Operations Director Wayne Martin is
still amazed. "In just six years, if you can go
from concept initialization to setting such
standards, to me, that's incredible."
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Obituaries


John Gersic, 70
HERNANDO
John James Gersic, 70,
Hernando, died Friday, Oct. 13,
2006, at the Hospice Care Unit
at Citrus Memorial hospital in
Inverness.
He was born in Brooklyn,
N.Y., Jan. 6, 1936, to John and
Celia Gersic.
He moved here from
Bayshore, Long Island, N.Y. Mr.
Gersic was a retired auto tech-
nician for Midas Muffler.
He was Catholic.
Survivors include his wife of
49 years, Dorothy Gersic; sons,
John Gersic of Patchogue, N.Y,
Thomas and his wife Trish
Gersic of Coram, N.Y, James
Gersic of Coram, N.Y., and
Daniel Gersic of Hernando;
daughters Michelle and her
husband Mark Spaur of
Lovilia, Iowa, and Debra
Gersic of Hernando; and nine
grandchildren.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral
Home with Crematory,
Inverness.
Vincent
Menicci, 82
HOMOSASSA
Vincent Anthony Menicci,
82, Sugarmill Woods,
Homosassa, died Friday, Oct
13, 2006, at his
home.
He was born
Feb. 7,1924, in
Brooklyn,
N.Y, and
moved here
from Ocean Side, Long Island,
N.Y. in 1973.
He served in the U.S. Army
during World War II and was a
retired New York City police
officer.
Survivors include his wife,
Catherine Menicci of
Sugarmill Woods; sons, Peter
Menicci and wife Pat of Winter
Garden, Sal Menicci and wife
Kate of Westford, Mass., and
Vincent A. Menicci Jr. and wife
Deen of East Greenville, Pa.;
grandson, Thomas Menicci of
Dracut, Mass.; granddaughters,
Christy Zurita of Gotha, and
Jeanine Goldthwaite of
Westford, Mass.; and four
great-grandchildren.
Memorials may be given to
the Hernando Pasco Hospice.
Wilder Funeral Home,
Homosassa Springs.
William
Lepler, 81
BEVERLY HILLS
William S. Lepler, 81,
Beverly Hills, died Friday, Oct.
13, 2006, in Lecanto.
He was born
June 19, 1925,
to Jacob and
(Cheshansky)
Lepler. He was
a native of Providence, R.I.,
and came here from


Oceanside, N.Y in June of
1988.
He worked as an aviation
mechanic with Lockheed, JFK
Airport, New York and the last
10 years before retiring he
taught aviation at a technical
school in Long Island, N.Y.
He was a World War II U.S.
Navy veteran.
He was Jewish.
He was a master gardener
with the Citrus County
Extension Office and loved to
read especially about histo-
ry and airplanes.
He enjoyed golf and was a
past member of the Beverly
Hills Mens Golf League.
He also donated his time and
skills to those with needs.
He was preceded in death by
his wife, Gloria, who died in
1997.
Survivors include daughters
Ronnie Stone of Tampa, and
Sharon Acevedo and husband
Victor of Dunnellon; son,
Lawrence S. Lepler, M.D. and
wife Pia of Bethesda, M.D.;
grandchildren, Shaun, Joseph,
Jacob, Elisa, Kristopher and
Nicholas; and many nieces and
nephews.
Fero Funeral Home with
Crematory, Beverly Hills.
Funeral
NOTICES
James W. Coppens. The
funeral mass for James W.
Coppens, 71, of Crystal River,
will be celebrated 10 a.m.
Monday, Oct. 16 at St. Benedict
Catholic Church in Crystal
River with Rev. Michael
Suszynski the celebrant.
Visitation will be from 4 p.m. to
6 p.m. Sunday at the Strickland
Funeral Home chapel in
Crystal River. Burial will take
place at Maple Grove Cemetry,
Empire, Mich.
In lieu of flowers, memorial
contributions may be made to
the American Heart
Association or to the American
Lung Association. Strickland
Funeral Home, Crystal River.
William S. Lepler. Funeral
services for William S. Lepler
will be held 10 a.m. Monday,
Oct. 16 at Fero Funeral Home,
Beverly Hills chapel. Services
will be conducted by Rabbi
Sam Berman and burial will be
at Fero Memorial Gardens
Cemetery, Beverly Hills under
the direction of Fero Funeral
Home with Crematory, Beverly
Hills.
Memorial donations may be
made to the Alzheimer's
Association of North Central
Florida, 2411 N.W 41st. St,
Suite A., Gainesville, Fl 32606.
Deaths


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Bolender, a protege of ballet
master George Balanchine and
the former artistic director of
the Kansas City Ballet, died
Thursday of complications
from a stroke.
He was 92.
The ballet said he died at the
University of Kansas Medical
Center in Kansas City, Kan.
Bolender danced profession-
ally from 1936 until 1972. Much
of that time was spent with Bal-
anchine's New York City Ballet
and its precursors.
Bolender later held ballet
director positions in Cologne
and Frankfurt, Germany,
before working as a freelance
choreographer.
During his long career, he
choreographed three dozen of
his own ballets. His choreogra-
phy was performed by most of
the world's major troupes,
including the American Ballet
Theater, the Ballets Russes de
Monte Carlo and the Joffrey
Ballet.

Johnny Callison
BASEBALL PLAYER
PHILADELPHIA Johnny
Callison, the rocket-armed right
fielder for the Philadelphia
Phillies who hit a bottom-of-the-
ninth home run that won the
1964 All-Star game, died
Thursday following an illness.
He was 67.
Callison died at Abington
Hospital, said Phillies
spokesman Larry Shenk
He lived in Glenside, a
Philadelphia suburb. Callison
was born in Oklahoma and went
on to become a three-time All-
Star during his 16-year career.
A left-handed hitter with a
smooth swing, Callison started
with the Chicago White Sox in
1958 and established himself as
one of the top players in the
National League after being
traded to Philadelphia two years
later
He was the MVP of the 1964
All-Star game in New York, hit-
ting a three-run homer in the
bottom of the ninth off hard-
throwing Red Sox reliever Dick
Radatz to give the National
League a 7-4 victory at Shea
Stadium.
Callison hit .264 with 226
homers for his career. He bat-
ted .274 with 31 homers and 104
RBIs in 1964. and hit .262 with
32 homers and 102 RBIs the
following year. Callison made
the NL All-Star team in 1962,
1964 and 1965.


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that the doctors discovered
they could do a spine trans-
plant that would cure him of
his cancer. He couldn't pass
up an opportunity to pull
someone's leg.
"He was so strong (during
his illness) and made us all
laugh that you almost couldn't
feel sorry for him," said Barb.
"When he was losing his hair,
he'd laugh and say he looked
like Pig Pen from Charlie
Brown."
) Mike was born in San
* Francisco, although he didn't
say much about his upbring-
i ing or his years out West,
Teresa said. His parents died
^ when he was young. He has
' three brothers and a sister
and a son in the Air Force.
He spent his career in
restaurant management -
Applebees in both Inverness
* and Crystal River, K.C.
Crump's and Ramshackles in
Homosassa, Taco Bell.
"He loved people and he


* WHAT: Mike Silva Memorial Benefit.
* WHEN: 1 to 4 p.m. Monday.
* WHERE: Oar House in Crystal River, just north of the Crystal
River Mall.
Friends are organizing this event to help ease the financial
burden on Mike's wife, Teresa, after'Mike's battle with cancer.
Live music, raffles, gift baskets, chicken and "acrhecuLed pork
dinners. Thanks go to the following businesses for donations:
Oar House, Pleasant Grove Elementary School, Applebees in
Inverness and Crystal River, Denny's Restaurant Seagrass Pub.
Headlines Hair Salon, Ty/ilor Penal in Ci yslal Piver, Awesome
Blossoms and U-Kill-Em Pest Control.


was a natural for it," Teresa
said.
It was his love for people
that drew the six friends
together. They all met at the
local clubs, where Lonnie and
Lilley perform.
"It's hard to meet good
friends in a bar," Lonnie said.
"But the moment I talked to
him, I knew he was real."
The same with Barb and Al.
They sat at a table one night
and Mike and Al got talking
about boats one of Mike's
passions and the next thing
they knew, the six of them
were vacationing together.
One thing about Mike, how-


ever: When they were out on a
boat, he drove. Hence, the
nickname "Captain Mike."
He had to drive, he had to
go fast and he had to make
turns even when turns weren't
needed.
Captain Mike had another
nickname "Mike Diamond."
He loved the music of Neil
Diamond and one night while
Lonnie was singing, Mike
joined him in the Barbra
Streisand/Nell Diamond duet
"You Don't Bring Me Flowers
Anymore."
"I always sang that song by
myself, and I knew that Mike
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off, so he did it with me,"
Lonnie said.
It brought the house down.
The two sang, staring into
each other's eyes, and the
audience howled. From then
on, everywhere they went,
wherever there was karaoke,
they did their bit.
"One time, Mike handed
Lonnie a flower at the end -
it was priceless!" Lilley said.
What made it even more
priceless Mike couldn't
carry a tune, Joyce Coles,
Mike's "favorite mother-in-
law," said. "But he had so
much fun doing it that you
didn't care how it sounded."
Mike and Teresa met at a
local club about nine years
ago, and he stayed by her side.
Even when she was going to
school, studying to be a
teacher, he would sit for hours
as she read her text books and
worked on papers. He was
proud of her when she got her
teaching job at Pleasant
Grove Elementary. Sometimes
he helped her grade papers.
He planned their wedding for


her, down to the flowers thlt
matched her bridesmaid '
dresses.
He liked his food fr d and
his beer in a bottle Bud. His
favorite thing was a mixing
bowl of ruffled potato chips
and onion dip made with
fresh sour cream. He loved
Pepsi and cheese biscuits
from Red Lobster. He always
opened Teresa's car door for
her.
He loved watching "Deal or
No Deal" and "E! Hollywood"
- he loved hearing celebrity
gossip. He played tennis,
loved being on a boat or eating
at a restaurant on the water.
In Inverness, where he lived,
he liked going to Evergreen
several times a week for
sushi.
The day before he died, he
was still making his friends
laugh. "Look at these legs," he
said of his stick-thin limbs.
"They were just coming back
into style. Too bad I won't be
around to see it."
"That was Mike," Lilley
said. "He always had a good
comeback. He was just a real-
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The Central Florida Com-
munity College Foundation will
open its 18th annual Performing
Arts Series Sunday, Oct 15, at
the Curtis Peterson Auditorium
in Lecanto, with the Jim Cullum
Jazz Band, featuring guest
vocalist Banu Gibson. "Songs of
the Silver Screen" will feature
the classic film music of Irving
Berlin, Cole Porter, George and
Ira Gershwin, and Rodgers and
Hart.
Tickets are $18 for reserved
seating, or $16 at the box office
on the day of the show. The box
office will open at 2 p.m. on
Oct. 15. For reservations, call
Barbara Griffin at 746-6721,
ext 1416.
Additional Performing Arts



Cooter


Fest


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vendors

Special to the Chronicle
The City of Inverness,
Department of Parks and
Recreation, is accepting appli-
cations for profit and nonprof-
it vendor booths for the Great
American Cooter Festival, slat-
ed to be in Liberty Park on Oct.
28 and 29.
Fee for the for-profit ven-
dors desiring to sell snack
foods and beverages is $100;
the fee for nonprofit vendors is
S$75. .- .
Fee for the for-profit ven-
dors desiring to sell entrees is
$150; the fee for nonprofit ven-
dors is $100.
There are also separate ven-
dor pricing for persons wish-
ing to sell novelty items and
arts and crafts. Nonprofit arts
and crafts vendor fees are $50;
for-profit, $75. Nonprofit nov-
elty vendor fees are $50; for-
profit, $75.
Food, products and prices
will be reviewed and approved
prior to application accept-
ance.
The Third Annual Sunny
Cooter's BBQ Cook Off will be
in Liberty Park on Oct. 28.
Categories are commercial and
noncommercial. Contestants
will be judged on chicken or
pulled/sliced pork and pork
ribs. If you are interested in par-
ticipating as a contestant, call
Gina Armstrong at 726-3913.
Cooter Festival vendor
applications are available and
collected from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday at the
administration office in
Whispering Pines Park, or they
can be downloaded from
www.cooterfestival.com or
www.cityofinvernessonline.
com. For further information,
call 726-3913.


Sample

ballots mailed

Special to the Chronicle
Citrus County Supervisor of
Elections Susan Gill
announced that sample ballots
for the Nov 7 general election
have been mailed to all regis-
tered voters in the county,
unless they requested an
absentee ballot. Registered
voters who have not received
or misplaced their sample bal-
lot should contact the elections
office at 341-6740 to request a
replacement, or log on to
www.votecitrus.com, where the
ballot is available for online
viewing and can be printed out
Along with the sample bal-
lot, the mailing includes perti-
nent information on polling
locations, early voting dates
and locations and the new
requirement to show a photo
and signature ID when voting
in person.


Series events include: The
Diamonds Holiday Concert on
Sunday, Dec. 17; Mac
Frampton on Sunday, Jan. 21;
Southern-Fried Chicks
Comedy Tour on Sunday, Feb.
11; and The Tamburitzans on
Sunday, March 4. Season tick-
ets are $65 and up and include
options for reserved seating,
tickets to student dramas, and
performances on the Ocala
campus.
The Performing Art Series is
a "friend-raiser," not a fund-
raiser, and provides a wide
variety of professional enter-
tainment for the college and
community. Any proceeds are
added to a performing arts
endowed scholarship/chair to
provide students with opportu-
nities in the cultural and per-


Officers installed


Special to the Chronicle
Rorida Association of Registered Nurses State President Pat Jones recently installed Marion
County Coordinator Kathy Frankenfield of Dunnellon, Treasurer Carroll Kordila of Oak Run,
Secretary Rosmond Drurocher of Oak Run and Coordinator for Citrus County Marion Winner
of Homosassa. The organization pursues interests in nursing with seminars in new procedures
and services for the community, and also supports other charitable organizations in both
Marion and Citrus counties. The next meeting will be at noon Oct. 23 at Withlacoochee
Technical Institute, Inverness. Registered nurses that are interested in joining the associa-
tion may call (352) 465-8958.


Fairy tale castle


Special to the Chronicle
Patricia Doerr of Beverly Hills brought these photos back from a trip to Bavaria, Germany to visit relatives. ABOVE:
Neuschwanstein, built by the famous "mad king" of Bavaria, Ludwig II. The romantic, fairy-tale appearance was the inspiration
for Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland. BELOW: Doerr snapped this picture of a Bavarian town in the morning before the
clouds floated away.


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The Chronicle and The
Accent Travel Group are spon-
soring a photo contest for
readers of the newspaper.
Readers are invited to send
a photograph from their Dream
Vacation with a brief descrip-
tion of the trip. If it's selected


as a winner, it will be published
in the Sunday Chronicle.
At the end of the year, a
panel of judges will select the
best photo during the year and
that photographer will win a
prize. Please make sure photo-
graphs are in sharp focus.
Photos should be sent to the
Chronicle at 1624 N. Meadow-
crest Blvd., Crystal River, FL
34429 or dropped off at-any
Chronicle office or any Accent
Travel office.


Wine tasting, silent auction to kick off festival


Festival of the

Arts slated

to begin Nov. 2

Special to the Chronicle
A wine-tasting and silent
auction will be from 6 to 8 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 2, at the
Historic Inverness Courthouse
to kick off the weekend activi-
ties that will take place in and
around the Courthouse Square
during Citrus County's Annual
Festival of the Arts.
Frank DiGiovanni, Inverness
city manager, extends an invi-
tation to the community to
come and participate in these
exciting events.
"We start things out with the
wine tasting and silent auction,
which are fundraisers benefit-
ing the Festival of the Arts
Committee Scholarship. pro-
gram and the United Way of
Citrus County. Both events are
very enjoyable and provide an
opportunity for people to social-
ly meet others who are interest-
ed in the arts, or to enjoy good
wine and friendly conversa-


* WHAT: Wine tasting and
silent auction.
U WHEN: From 6 to 8 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 2.
WHERE: Courthouse
Square in dcowntowr,
Inverness.
COST: $25; tickets can be
purchased at the City of
Inverness Parks and
Recreation Office at
Whispering Pines Park.
GET INFO: Call 382-2191,
or e-mail the festival regis.
trar at info35@yahoo.com

tion," said DiGiovanni.
Tickets to the wine tasting
and silent art auction are $25
and may be purchased at the
City of Inverness Parks and
Recreation Office at
Whispering Pines Park, 1700
Forest Drive, from 8 a.m. to 5
p.m. Checks should be made
payable to the Festival of the
Arts Committee, Inc. The wine
tasting will be presented by
Time for Wine, and partici-
pants will be entertained by
the Still Waters Jazz Trio.
This is the 35th year Citrus
County has presented the
Annual Juried Festival of the


Arts. It will be Saturday, Nov. 4,
and Sunday, Nov. 5, from 9:30
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. both days
around the Courthouse Square
in Inverness. Every year, thou-
sands of people come from all
across the state to get artists'
unique items that are not avail-
able in stores.
"It's a very popular event for
a lot of reasons," said
DiGiovanni. "The weather is
usually beautiful, there are
many artists who offer
extremely appealing, high-
quality products, and it makes
a great family outing."
Exhibitors' booths are set up
around the area of the Old
Courthouse, which was com-
pleted in 1913 and was the
main government building in
Inverness until 1977.
The courthouse has been
restored to look as it did in
1912 and is a national register
site. It houses several galleries
displaying pictures and arti-
facts from Citrus County's his-
tory, as well as traveling
exhibits, so it provides the
ideal backdrop for the Festival
of the Arts.
"This one weekend a year
gives people a chance to focus
on all the special creations the


artists offer," DiGiovanni said,
"and the rest of the year, we
have many fine businesses that
provide the goods and services
people want all year 'round. We
hope that as visitors enjoy the
festival, they will also see the
many amenities Inverness has
to offer and come back to see us
throughout the year"
This popular, yearly event is
a community service produced
by the Festival of the Arts
Committee and sponsored by
the City of Inverness and the
Citrus County Chronicle.
Profits are donated to scholar-
ships for area students to pur-
sue higher education in the
arts. This year, local artist Lynn
Novak-Hise has donated a
painting that will be raffled to
raise money for the scholar-
ship fund. Tickets will be avail-
able at the festival or they can
be obtained by calling 382-2191.
In addition to the regular
exhibitors, artists from local
area schools will also display
their art.
There is no admission
charge to attend the festival.
For additional information,
contact the registrar at festival-
info35@yahoo.com or phone
382-2191.


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Come meet
'greyt' greyhounds
October is Florida Greyhound
Month, and Tractor Supply in
Dunnellon is helping Crone's
Creatures Greyhound Adoptions
(CCGA) celebrate by sponsor-
ing a second meet and greet at
their location in Rainbow
Springs Plaza behind the
McDonald's, from 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. today. CCGA will have a
tent set up in the parking lot
near Tractor Supply with infor-
mation about greyhounds and
greyhound adoption in general.
Come meet a greyhound, and
find out how "greyt" they are!
CCGA is an Ocala-based
Greyhound adoption agency
that works to place retired grey-
hounds in loving homes. CCGA
has been in existence since
April 2004. In that time they
have placed more than 90 dogs.
All greyhounds placed by
CCGA are current with all their
shots, are already on heartworm
preventative, have been spayed
or neutered and have been
microchipped. For all applicants,
references are checked, and a
home visit must be completed
prior to the actual adoption.
Should a greyhound adopted
through CCGA need to be
rehomed, adopters are required
to return the dog to CCGA so
that the group may see that a
proper new home is found.
Flu/pneumonia
shots offered
The IR-RU Family Social
Club, in conjunction with B&W
Rexall of Inverness, will offer flu-
and pneumonia shots on
Monday. Nurses will be at the
IR-RU clubhouse from 3 to 6
p.m. Flu shots will cost $25 and
pneumonia shots will be $40. If
you are eligible for Medicare, be
sure to bring your card with you.
The IR-RU Family Clubhouse
is at 9211 S. Florida Ave. (U.S.
41 S.) in Floral City. Call the
club at 637-5118 or B&W at
726-1555.
Card party, lunch
tickets available
Tickets are available for the
annual West Citrus Ladies of the
Elks card party and luncheon to
be at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday. The
cost is $12 per ticket and
includes a delicious buffet lunch-
eon, hosted by the Ladies of the
Elks. Call 382-4748.
20/20 board
to meet Wednesday
The Citrus 20/20 Board of
Directors will meet at 5:30 p.m.,
Wednesday in room 117,
Lecanto Government Center,
3600 W. Sovereign Path,
Lecanto (off County Road 491).
Vision Check 2006 planning and
coordination will be discussed.
All directors are urged to attend.
Interested persons or organiza-
tions are cordially invited. Call
527-0800.
Sale to benefit
Family Life Center
The Pregnancy and Family
Life Center will have a yard sale
from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Oct.
19 and 20 at St. Margaret's
Episcopal Church, comer of
Tompkins Street and Osceola
Avenue, Inverness.
Household items, clothes,
shoes, small appliances,
Christmas table, baked goods,
plants, books, knick-knacks and
more will be sold. For informa-
tion, call 344-3030.

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I 9ASUNDAY OCTcO,,BE1 15,2006


VETERANS


Veterans :;.:i -.


The Annual Citrus County
Veterans Coalition Benefit Picnic
Barbecue will be Sunday, Oct. 22,
at the Citrus County Fairgrounds
Rodeo Ring on U.S. 41, 2 miles
south of Inverness. There will be
plenty of food, fun for all and enter-
tainment by Parrot Heads Citrus
County, rain or shine under the
covered rodeo, tractor pull ring and
it's all for a great cause. Eleven
Veterans Organizations have
joined the Coalition in working on
providing a re-education center
and program for those veterans
who need assistance in Citrus
County.
The entire community is invited
to join in on this worthy cause.
Your tax deductible donation of $5
for CCVC members and $10 for
nonmembers will benefit veterans
who have not been quite as fortu-
nate as most of the 25,000 veter-
ans that call Citrus County their
home. This is another way the
Coalition follows through on its
pledge of "Veterans Helping
Veterans" as all our veterans'
organizations have pledged to do.
We encourage these organizations
to join us in this endeavor.
Veterans will also have an opportu-
nity to join or renew your member-
ship in the Citrus County Veterans
Coalition at the barbecue. There
will be CCVC T-shirts and golf
shirts. All the proceeds will benefit
the Citrus County Veterans
Coalition's major project, the
Veterans Re-Education Program.
We need your help to qualify for
matching fund grants from various
organizations to support this pro-
gram.
Chairman Chris Gregoriou is
asking that any members, organi-
zations, commercial, corporate or
grocery chains that would like to
volunteer their help, contact him at
your earliest convenience at 795-
7000. We look forward to seeing
you at the Citrus County Veterans
Coalition Benefit Barbecue, at the
Citrus County Fairgrounds Rodeo
Ring in Inverness from 10 a.m.
until 2 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 22. Chow
call will be at noon. Come and
enjoy and show your support for
these worthy veterans who need
your help.
The Citrus County Veterans
Coalition meets the fourth
Thursday monthly at the new
Citrus County Resource Center,
2804 Marc Knighton Court in
Lecanto, next to the V.A. Clinic.
Officers and directors meet at 5:30
p.m., and general business begins
at 6.
All members and prospective
members are invited to attend and
bring your ideas on how we can
accomplish current projects with
the theme of "veterans helping vet-
erans" and continue work on major
project for the Re-Education
Center for Veterans.
For information about the CCVC,
call Chairman Ray Michael at 637-


3265. For membership information
and renewal, call John Ring at
746-0826 or mail your $5, tax-
deductible membership or renewal
to Treasurer Mike Gudis, C/O
Citrus County Veterans Coalition,
P.O. Box 1281, Crystal River, FL
34423-1281. Dues will increase to
$10 on April 1, 2007 and will
include a quarterly newsletter mail-
ing to all members. Visit the Web
site at www.ccvcfl.org for news and
updates on activities or download a
membership application.
The Veterans Appreciation
Week Ad Hoc Coordinating
Committee will conduct its annual
Veterans-in-the-Classroom pro-
gram Oct. 31 through Nov. 10, as
part of its 14th Annual Veterans
Appreciation Week activities.
Coordinated by the Military
Officers Association of America
(MOAA), Citrus County Chapter,
the Veterans-in-the-Classroom pro-
gram brings living history to the
classrooms of the county's public
and private schools, as well as
home school groups. Veterans
sharevwith students their first-hand
military experiences and travels
while serving our country in uni-
form during peace and war.
The program's success has gen-
erated the need for additional vet-
erans to participate as guest class-
room speakers. Persian Gulf,
Afghanistan, Iraq, Air Force,
National Guard and women veter-
ans are especially needed as par-


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encouraged to call Mac McLeod,
746-1384, Gary Runyon, 563-
5727, or Bob Truax, 860-1630.
Phone Cards for the Armed
Forces Help our U.S. soldiers
phone home. Purchase a first-class
phone card and deposit it in the
special box at the Lecanto post
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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.
Big Flea Market at VFW Postf,
7991 3107 W. Dunnellon Road
(C.R. 488) Saturday, Oct. 21, from


7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Everyone wel-
come. All profits go to help local
area veterans and for community
projects. Inside tables $10 and out-
side tables only $5.
To donate something to sell or
for information, call Karen 465-
6429 or Post 489-1772.
The VFW Post 7991 of
Dunnellon meets the third
Thursday monthly. Social hour at 5
to 6 p.m. The meeting starts at 6.
The post home is at 3107 W.
Dunnellon Road. Phone (352) 489-
1772.
Wednesday night bingo (early
bird starts at 5:30 p.m.)
Call Billy Ellis at (352) 465-6429,
Velma Bayerle at 746-4577 or the
post at (352) 489-1772.
Airborne Picnic Saturday,
Oct. 21, at noon, Youmans Park,
Crystal River. Hosted by the Daniel
Campbell Chapter. We would love
to have all paratroopers and wives
come out and join us and have a
bite to eat. Menu: Hot dogs, ham-
burgers, chips, salads and/or
course sweets. Bring your own soft
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Gilley-Long-Osteen Men's
Auxiliary VFW Post 8698, Inglis,
will host its inaugural Redfish and
Trout Fishing Tournament on
Saturday, Oct. 21.
All boats to fish from
Yankeetown boat ramps, check in
at the dock at the end of County
Road 40. Weigh in at Yankeetown
Marina at 4 p.m. Prizes to be
awarded at VFW Post 8698 at east
C.R. 40 at 5 p.m., payout based on
total of entries prices will
increase or decrease based upon
entries, with one winner in each
category.
Entree fee is $75 per boat for
two anglers; each additional angler
is $25. Categories include largest
redfish and largest trout bag
limit is two redfish or 10 trout.
Any entries arriving later than 4
p.m. will be disqualified. In case of
a tie, the largest fish in bag limit
wins a 60 percent payout of the
total amount of entries. The post
will also offer a 50/50 raffle and
prize raffle.
Sign in on the day of the tourna-
ment at Yankeetown Marina. Food
will be available at the post. All
contestants' spouses and friends
are welcome. Call Buddy Sharp at
(352) 447-4450 or e-mail sharp-
dale@bellsouth.net.
For those who are not familiar
with the men's auxiliary, it was
started to assist the VFW in raising
funds to help the post carry on so
the men and women who fought
for our country could continue to
help fellow veterans and there
spouses and children. We are a
totally nonprofit organization and
our purpose is to help others.
Gilley-Long-Osteen VFW Post
8698 Men's Auxiliary P.O. Box 544,
Inglis, FL 34449 Buddy Sharp,
president (352) 447-4450, (352)
212-5691
sharpdale@bellsouth.net.
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p.m. Friday, Oct. 20, ham dinner
and Friday, Oct. 27, baked chicken.
Breakfast is served every
Saturday morning, starting at 8
a.m.
Men's Auxiliary meeting will be
at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 16. Staff
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Oct. 24. Shuffleboard every
Wednesday evening starting at 7
p.m. Bingo every Tuesday at 1
p.m.
Mark your calendar for a
Halloween Costume Party, Chili
Cook Off and Karaoke on Sunday,
Oct. 29, at the VFW Edward W.
Penno Post 4864 from 2 p.m. until
6 p.m.
There is a red, white and blue
container in the front of the building
to deposit torn flags.
VFW Edward W. Penno Post
4864 is at 10199 N. Citrus Springs
Blvd., Citrus Springs.
VFW Post 7122, Floral City,
announces the following:
Today: Canteen opens at 1 p.m.
Tuesday: Early bird bingo 6:30
p.m., regular bingo at 7:30 p.m.
Limited food menu 4:30 to 7:30
p.m.
Wednesday: Smothered pork
chop dinner with dessert $6.25,
served 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. All dinners
open to the public. Nonsmoking
section available.
Friday: AYCE Fish, (fried, black-
ened or baked) or three-piece fried
chicken dinner, $6.75, served 4:30
to 7:30 p.m. Karaoke with Jannie
Faye from 7 to 11.
Saturday: Prime rib or crab legs
dinner with dessert $9, served 5 to
7:30 p.m.
The post Honor Guard is avail-
able for veterans' services with mili-
tary honors at the National
Cemetery in Bushnell, local
chapels and cemeteries. Call
Commander Shaw.
VFW and Ladies Auxiliary meet
at 7:30 p.m. the first Thursday
monthly. Men's Auxiliary meets at 7
p.m. the second Thursday monthly.
Eligible to became a member of '
the VFW? Call the post for details.
The post has a loan closet for
veterans who need crutches, walk-
ers, wheelchairs and canes.
VFW is an option for those who
have a community service obliga-
tion. VFW Post 7122 is at 8191 S.
Florida Ave. in Floral City; 637-0100.
Eugene Quinn VFW Post
4337 and Ladies Auxiliary, 906 E.
State Road 44, Inverness; tele-
phone 344-3495; fax 344-3514,


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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2006 13A


Take quick, delightful



trip north to Alaska


Have you ever thought
about going to Alaska?
Well, I'll take you there
on a quick trip ... sounds
delightful, and it is.
A friend of mine is planning
to go there in 2007, and asked
me for some information, so I
decided to use Alaska as the
topic for this week and let all of
you enjoy this won-
derful state of ours,
which was a great
addition to our
country I
About 10 years ago i .
we took a group on
an Alaskan cruise,
which we all .
.enjoyed, and I still
dream of returning
to see the changes. Anne
We first flew to ,'*.' ;'
Seattle and OF A 1
overnighted there ., ,_,
and had a great time
visiting this city,
which is another "must see."
We boarded a bus that took
us to Vancouver, another city to
visit and enjoy By all means,
visit Butchart Gardens, which
will have you "oohing" and
"aahing". over the beautiful
flowers, plants and trees,
exquisitely landscaped. You
admire and wish your garden
was just a wee bit as pretty as
this.
7 We finally boarded our ship,
.although it was a bitter-sweet
goodbye to Vancouver, promis-
'ing ourselves to return.
Our first stop was Fairbanks,
and we also visited Fairbanks,


College Fjord, Sitka, Juneau,
Skagway, Ketchikan, the Inside
Passage and back to Vancouver.
Each port was a thrill, so
much to see, so different, a bit
of taste of the Gold Rush days.
We found blue fields of forget-
me-nots that really tugged at
our hearts, wishing we could
take some home. The fields


Fusillo
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were also inter-
spersed with wood-
en figures and
totem poles, carved
by the natives.
The port of Sitka
really held my
interest, since it
was formerly a
Russian town and
still holds much
Russian influence.
It was a trip of fun
and discovery
everywhere we
went. The natives
were so polite and


helpful, anxious to show and
tell you about their state.
Another episode we found
exciting was to be on deck,
passing some of the glaciers.
Sections of the ice would crack
and fall off. It was quite a sight
to see. Whenever this hap-
pened, passengers would
applaud at this unusual and
majestic sight.
We also were mesmerized
watching the whales cavorting
in the water we felt like they
were putting on a show just for
us. We also saw wildlife griz-
zly bears, reindeer and so
many other animals.


Consider Alaska the next
time you're planning a trip ...
it's not inexpensive, but worth
the savings and the wait.
In the meantime, I'm prepar-
ing to go on daughter
Marianne's trip to enjoy
"Christmastime in St.
Augustine," on Tuesday, Dec. 5,
and returning Dec. 6. This will
be a full scheduled trip. This
includes an overnight, private
trolley tour, time on your own
to explore using the city trolley
to see the town. The main
event comes in the evening
after dinner when our trolley
will take us on a tour of Night
of Lights and the Historic
Quarter, and viewing the beau-
tifully decorated homes. This
will be a very unusual, most
exciting and memorable
evening. On Wednesday, after a
buffet breakfast at Holiday Inn,
there's shopping at the
Premium Outlet Mall, return-
ing home by 6 p.m.
The price of the trip is $149
per person. You won't want to
miss this outstanding holiday
trip. Many already are interest-
ed. For further information
and a complete brochure, call
Marianne at 341-1000 or e-mail
her, Becktel@Basicisp.net.
Enjoy life!


Anne Fusillo and her husband
Frank, owned a travel agency
in Wheaton, Ill., for 17 years.
Questions or comments? Give
her a call at 564-9552.


Oct. 16to20


ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Monday: Breakfast Chicken
breakfast patty, cereals, yogurt,
mixed fruit, toast, milk variety,
orange juice.
Lunch Pepperoni pizza, chick-
en patty on bun, salad shaker, gar-
den salad, green beans, pineapple,
crackers, milk and juice variety.
Tuesday: Breakfast Cheese
toast, oatmeal, apple slices, tater
tots, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Tacos, ham and cheese
on bun, vegetarian plate, pretzel,
garden salad, spinach, corn, black-
eyed peas, orange, milk and juice
variety.
Wednesday: Breakfast -
French toast, mini loaf, yogurt,
pineapple, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Ravioli, baked potato
burger, salad shaker, garden salad,
peas, baked french fries, grapes,
crackers, milk and juice variety.
Thursday: Breakfast Sweet
potato muffin, scrambled eggs with
cheese, peaches, tater tots, milk
variety, orange juice.
Lunch Spaghetti, turkey wrap,
vegetarian plate, pretzel, garden
salad, broccoli, carrots, peaches,
apple crisp, milk and juice variety.
Friday: Student holiday.
MIDDLE SCHOOL
Monday: Breakfast Bagelers,
cereals, peaches, toast, tater tots,
milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Chicken patty on bun,
beef-a-roni, tuna salad plate, crack-
ers, garden salad, tumip greens,
mixed vegetables, french fries, fresh
fruit, mixed fruit, milk and juice vari-
ety.
Tuesday: Breakfast Breakfast
sausage pizza, sausage biscuit,
cereals, applesauce, toast, tater
tots, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Tacos, ham with
pineapple, breaded chicken salad


plate, sweet potato bake, corn, gar-
den salad, pretzel rod, fresh fruit,
applesauce, milk and juice variety.
Wednesday: Breakfast Sliced
ham with grits, scrambled eggs with
cheese, cereals, mixed fruit, toast,
tater tots, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Chris P Chicken bites,
shrimp Italiano, turkey salad plate,
pretzel, garden salad, green beans,
baked beans, fresh fruit, apple
crisp, milk and juice variety.
Thursday: Breakfast Sweet
potato muffin, cheese toast, cereals,
orange, toast, tater tots, milk variety,
orange juice.
Lunch Sloppy Joes, ham roll-
up, chef salad plate, crackers, gar-
den salad, peas, black-eyed peas,
broccoli, fresh fruit, peaches, milk
and juice variety.
Friday: Student holiday.
HIGH SCHOOL.
Monday: Breakfast- Country
ham and potato, cereals, biscuit and
gravy, doughnut, sweet potato muf-
fin, toast, orange, tater tots, milk
variety, orange juice.
Lunch Chris P Chicken bites,
seasoned noodles, corn, turnip
greens, Normandy vegetable blend,
fresh fruit, peaches, pizza, salad
bar, hamburger and hoagie bars,
french fries, milk.
Tuesday: Breakfast Ham and
cheese toast, oatmeal, cereal, bis-
cuit and gravy, doughnut, sweet
potato muffin, toast, peaches, tater
tots, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Beef-a-roni, mixed veg-
etables, fresh fruit, peaches, pretzel
rod, pizza, salad bar, chicken and
hoagie bars, french fries, milk.
Wednesday: Breakfast -
Sausage biscuit, sweet potato muf-
fin, cereal, toast, biscuit and gravy,
tater tots, doughnut, mixed fruit, milk
variety, orange juice.
Lunch Ham with pineapple,


sweet potato bake, peas and car-
rots, fresh fruit, pineapple, pizza,
salad bar, hamburger and hoagie
bars, french fries, milk.
Thursday: Breakfast -
Scrambled eggs with cheese, cere-
al, cheese grits, biscuit and gravy,
doughnut, sweet potato muffin,
toast, apple slices, tater tots, milk
variety, orange juice.
Lunch Chicken pot pie, broc-
coli, black-eyed peas, fresh fruit,
roll, pizza, salad bar, chicken and
hoagie bars, french fries, milk.
Friday: Student holiday.
Menus are subject to change
without notice.
CONGREGATE DINING
Monday: Meatballs with mush-
room gravy over rotini noodles,
green peas, stewed tomatoes,
whole wheat bread with margarine,
mixed fruit cup, low-fat milk.
Tuesday: Oven fried chicken,
black-eyed peas, mixed greens, bis-
cuit with margarine, peach crisp
with whipped topping, low-fat milk.
Wednesday: Pork patty with
brown gravy, mashed potatoes,
broccoli cuts, whole wheat bread
with margarine, fresh apple, low-fat
milk.
Thursday: Lima bean and
turkey ham casserole, winter veg-
etable medley, tossed salad with
French dressing, warm strawberry
applesauce, cornbread with mar-
garine, low-fat milk.
Friday: Tuna salad, beet and
onion salad, green pea and cheese
salad, whole wheat bread with
margarine, vanilla pudding with
whipped topping and wafers, low-
fat milk.
Congregate dining sites include:
Lecanto, East Citrus, Crystal River,
Homosassa Springs, Inverness
and South Dunnellon. Call Support
Services at 795-6264.


Quick GETA AYS-


Woman's club set
to visit Jacksonville
The public is invited to join mem-
bers of the Crystal River Woman's
Club on a two-day bus trip to
Jacksonville Oct. 25 and 26.
Price includes motorcoach from
Crystal River, guided bus tour of
historicall and interesting sites,
-botel, breakfast, one garden lunch,
private cruise on the St. Johns
fiver and more. Call Joan at 564-
8773 or Joanne at 382-1138.


Ministry invites public
to enjoy day trips
The Stepping Out Ministry of the
Inverness First United Methodist
Church plans the following trips.
You do not need to be a member
of the church to attend.
E Saturday "Good Help Is
Hard to Murder" is a comedic spoof
on murder that will keep you laugh-
ing. The price includes a sit-down
dinner, followed by a fantastic pro-
duction. Call 344-0145 for details.


Dec. 2 "The Sights and
Sounds of Christmas" at the Word
of Life. The price includes lunch-
eon, breathtaking production and
transportation. You won't want to
miss this Christmas show as it has
everything, including live animals.
Call Bob Yurkovich at 726-7822.

Join woman's club on
visit to Mount Dora
The GFWC Woman's Club of
Beverly Hills is sponsoring a day


trip to the Florida Antique Faire at
Mount Dora, Florida's famous
Renninger's Flea Market on
Saturday.
Renninger's Flea Market spans
more than 41 acres with both
inside booths and outside stalls.
Attendees will be able to view and
purchase a vast array of antiques
and treasures.
The price for this event is $20
per person, with the bus leaving
from Beverly Hills at 8 a.m. and
, returning about 6:30 p.m. All pro-


ceeds from this event will fund
Woman's Club charities.,
For information or to book your
seat on the bus, call Rosella Hale
at 746-2545.
Hop on bus for trip
to St. Augustine
The St. Augustine trip being
sponsored by the West Citrus
Ladies of the Elks is scheduled for
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CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


VETERANS
Continued from Page 12A

announce activities for the week of
Oct. 15-21.
Today: Pool tourney at 2 p.m.
Katman Karaoke, 5 to 9 p.m.
Monday: Bar bingo 3 p.m.
Tuesday: Chicken wings by
Ellen three for $1 from 4:30 to 7
p.m. Mark B. Karaoke 6 to 9 p.m.
Wednesday: Ladies Auxiliary bar
bingo at 6 p.m.
Thursday: Bar bingo at 3 p.m.
VFW and Auxiliary meeting 7:30
p.m.
Friday: AYCE fish fry (Southern
fried chicken available) 4:30 to 7
p.m. Debi G. Karaoke Contest at 7.
Saturday: Ladies Auxiliary bar-
becued ribs dinner $7, at 5 p.m.
Entertainment by Sundown at 6:30.
VFW Post 4252 and the
Ladies Auxiliary in Hernando on
State Road 200 will serve dinner
from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Friday for a
$6.50 donation this week we will
be having roast pork or fish. Music
6:30 to 10:30 Country Swing will
be playing this week.
Post has bar bingo at 2 p.m.
Sunday. Ladies Auxiliary hosts
bingo at 10:30 a.m. Saturday.
Food available.
Ladies also have bar bingo at 2
p.m. Tuesday. Profits go to local
charities. This month is for
Salvation Army Pantry and
Operation Uplink.
Wednesday: We will be having
the nursing homes in for Make A
Difference Day. We will have food
and music. Help needed in the
kitchen and on the floor.
Send e-mail to VFW4252@tam-
pabay.rr.com
Ladies Auxiliary goes to nursing
homes four times a month to play
bingo with the residents. Everyone
is welcome.
Dues and cancer insurance can
now be paid.
Ladies Auxiliary dues are $25 for
new members and $22 for
renewals. Ladies should give some
thought to becoming life members,
it will be cheaper in the long run.
If Ladies Auxiliary dues are not
paid by Jan. 1 they will lose the
privilege of the Cancer Grant
The post dues are $25 for new
members plus $1 for paper work
and renewals are $25. The post
members should think about
becoming life members because
dues will be increasing in January.
If you're in the position to become
a life member please do so before
the end of this year.
Post honor guard is available for
funerals, flag raising and nursing
homes. Call Nick 476-3161.
Call Commander Bob Prive or
Judy Prive, aux. president, for
information at 726-3339.
American Legion Post 155,
Crystal River, announces the
schedule of meetings and events
for October:
MEETINGS
Oct. 15: Newsletter articles due
Oct. 21: Honor Guard meeting,
10 a.m.
Oct. 17:10/13 meeting, 7:30
p.m.
Oct. 24: General/Auxiliary meet-
ing, 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 26: NARLEO meeting, 7:30
p.m.
Oct. 27: "Newsletter Party," 9
a.m.
EVENTS
Oct. 15: Breakfast, 8:30-11 a.m.,
$4.
Oct. 15: Anniversary/Birthday
Bash, 2-6 p.m. Free. Music by
Southern Comfort.
Oct. 20: Auxiliary dinner, 5-7
p.m., $5. Music TBA.
Oct. 22: Breakfast, 8:30-11 a.m.,
$4.
Oct. 27: Awesome steak dinner,
5-7 p.m., $7.75. Music TBA.
Oct. 28: Adult Halloween Party,
5-7 p.m. Price TBA.
Oct. 29: Breakfast, 8:30-11 a.m.,
$4.
Dart Tournaments at 4 p.m.
Sunday, Aug. 13 and 27.
Breakfast 8:30-11 a.m. every
Sunday, $4.
Free pool every Sunday.
Bar bingo 2-5 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursdays.
Spaghetti dinner 5-7 p.m. every
Wednesday.
Pool tournament at 2 p.m. every
Saturday.
Lunch specials Monday through
Thursday.
Live entertainment in the lounge


from 6 to 9 p.m. every Friday.
Dumas-Hartson VFW Post
8189 is located on Veterans Drive,
Homosassa, west of U.S. 19. Turn
on to Veterans Drive from U.S. 19
at Dixon's Auto Sales across from
Harley Davidson.
VFW Post 8189 serves dinners
each month on Fridays with fish
night the second Friday ($5), steak
night the third Friday ($8) and
meatloaf the fourth Friday ($5).
All veterans are treated with
respect with everyone having an
opportunity to be heard as we work
as a team to benefit the post.
*Veterans interested in joining VFW
Post 8189 should bring a copy of


their DD 214 or a Transfer
Request.
For more information, call
Commander Ron Houlihan at 628-
3160 or VFW Post 8189 at 795-
5012 during its canteen hours from
1 p.m. to 10 p.m.
H.F. Nesbitt VFW Post 10087
membership meeting is at 7:30
p.m. every fourth Tuesday.
The VFW Ladies Auxiliary meet-
ing is at 2 p.m. every second
Thursday.
The VFW Men's Auxiliary meet-
ing is at 6:30 p.m. every second
Wednesday.
Friday dinners are served from 5
to 7 p.m. The dining room is
always open to the public. The
choice is fried grouper or shrimp
for a donation of $6 per dinner.
Hall bingo every Sunday starting
at 1 p.m.


Dart tournaments are at 7 p.m.
Monday and Thursdays.
Tuesday at 2 p.m. and
Thursday at 7 p.m. pool tourna-
ments.
Wednesday and Fridays lounge
bingo begins at 2 p.m.
Cookouts on Wednesdays from
4:30 to 7 p.m. Enjoy fresh burgers
and hogs off the grill. From 5 to 8
p.m. Ladies drink for half price.
The second and fourth Sundays
we offer karaoke and 25-cent
wings from 5 to 7 p.m. in our can-
teen.
Every Saturday evening the
lounge has Saturday night fever
from 7 to 11 featuring different DJs
and karaoke. Snacks are served at
8:30.
For Monday golf, contact Jim
Freiheit or Dick Sorrells. For
Thursday golf, you can get infor-


mation by contacting Mary or
Randy Benfer.
The Post is at 2170 W. Vet Lane
on County Road 491, behind the
AmSouth Bank. Phone number is
746-0440.
Airborne: All paratroopers,
past and present, from all military
services are invited to join the Dan
Campbell Chapter at its monthly
meetings. Meetings are at 7:30
p.m. the third Wednesday monthly
at American Legion Post 155, 6585
W. Gulf-to-Lake Highway, Crystal
River. Call Steve Leonard at 726-
3693.
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
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The Marine Corps League,
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VETERANS
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The Auxiliary's goal is to raise
$500 to purchase calling cards to
send to our men and women cur-
rently serving our nation overseas.
The holiday season is just
around the corner, and these brave
men and women have been risking
their lives in order to keep us here
in America free. This dinner will
allow soldiers to call home during
the holidays.
Please join us in supporting this
noble cause and demonstrate your
patriotism and respect for these
courageous individuals.
All are invited to attend. For
additional information, call Jean
Morrow at 564-1453 or Barbara
Logan at 795-6526. In addition,
monetary donations are also being
accepted at the post to purchase
calling cards.
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7 p.m. the last Thursday monthly at
the VFW Post 10087 in Beverly
Hills.
The Military Ball will be on Nov.
11 and is expected to be another
sellout, so get your tickets early.
For information about the Marine
Corps League or the Military Ball,
call Bob at 527-1557 after 4 p.m.
or Ralph at 726-7836.
Landing Ship Dock (LSD)
Sailors meet at Denny's in Crystal
River at 2 p.m. the fourth Thursday
monthly. Call Jimmie at 621-0617.
The Korean War Veterans
Association, Citrus Chapter 192,
meets at 1 p.m. the first Tuesday
monthly at the Citrus County
Resource Center in the Veterans
Service Office training room (next
to the VA Clinic).
Any military member, having
served in or around Korea 1950-
1955, and any military member
having served in Korea from 1955
to present day is eligible to
become a member.
Dues are $10 per year for regu-


lar and associate members. Dues
are $3 per year for Auxiliary mem-
bers. Call Commander Louis
Poulin, 344-8334, Vice
Commander Paul Salyer, 637-
1161, or Director Hank Butler, 563-
2496.
The Suncoast U.S. Navy
and Merchant Marine Veterans
of World War II will meet at 11:30
a.m. Nov. li at The Boston
Cooker, 5375 Spring Hill Drive,
Spring Hill. Call Hal Conn at 795-
6257.
Navy Seabee Veterans of
America Island X-18 Citrus
County meets on the second
Saturday monthly at Crystal
Paradise Restaurant, 508 N. Citrus
Ave., Crystal River.
All Seabees and Honeybees are
welcome to attend the meeting,
stay for fellowship and lunch. Call
Commander David Puffer at 746-
9327.
DAV Chapter 70, Inverness,
conducts its chapter meeting at 2
p.m. the second Tuesday monthly
at 1039 Paul Drive, Inverness.


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CRISus COUAN'T (FL) CIHRONICLIE


Anniversaries


The Smiths


Conchiglia-Grehl


Weddings--


Kenney-Banks


Despite living in the same
town and attending the same
school, Frank and Doris Smith
did not become acquainted
until they met in church. He
had just returned from serving
three years in the Korean War
and when he saw Doris, he
decided that that was the
church he was going to attend.
Doris, even though she thought
he was a convertible-driving
playboy, married that Ohio
River ferry boat pilot, in the
Nazarene Church (where they
met) of Powhatan Point, Ohio,
on Oct. 19, 1956.
They moved to Hernando
in 1962, where Frank man-
aged the Texaco Gas Station
until opening his auto sales
business, from which he


retired in 1999.
They have five children:
Frankie in North Carolina,
Timmy in Crystal River, Jamie
in Inverness, Mike in River
Haven and Marie in Ocala. To
complete this picture, they
have eight grandchildren and
five great-grandchildren.
Frank and Doris have been
members of Hernando United
Methodist Church for 45 years,
where they continue to be part
of many activities of the
church. Frank loves singing,
cars and Doris. Doris loves
singing, crafts and Frank.
They are taking a trip back to
their roots in Ohio and might
take a cruise on the Ohio River,
but with a different pilot this
time.


The Beatons


Meyer of Raleigh, N.C., and
seven grandchildren.
Doris is a homemaker and
Bill is a retired splicer for New
York Telephone Co.
They moved here 18 years
ago from Greenville, N.Y.
An early celebration was
held in August in Hershey, Pa.


Julie Conchiglia and Tom
Grehl of Manville, N.J., were
married Saturday, July 22,
2006, at Our Lady of the Valley
Church in Wayne, N.J.
The Rev. Paul Grehl, great-
uncle of the groom, performed
the ceremony
The bride is the daughter of
Pam Michaud of Chichester,
N.H., and Mickey Conchiglia of
Las Vegas, Nev.
The groom is the son of Joyce
and Tom Grehl, formerly of
Fords, N.J., now residing in
Sugarmill Woods.
Maid of honor was Erin King
and best man was Tom Grehl,
father of the groom.
Bridesmaids were Jennifer
and Jacki Grehl, sisters of the
groom, Lisa Reed, Jenna Tait
and Lindsay Wright, cousin of
the bride.
The flower girl was Shannon
Pretty, also a cousin of the
bride.
Groomsmen were Steve and
Bob Conchiglia, brothers of the
bride, Aaron Tepfer, Scott
Cram and Craig Paul.
The bride graduated with a
bachelor of science degree in
accounting from Westfield
State College in Westfield,
Mass.
She is an accountant with

First

Aubrey

Nicole Dowis
Aubrey Nicole Dowis, the
daughter of Sandi and James
Dowis Jr. of Floral City, will
celebrate her first birthday
Oct. 22, 2006.
Maternal grandparents are
Diane and Scott Screws of
Floral City Paternal grandpar-
ents are Elise and James
Dowis Sr. of Inverness.


DPM Mellon in Somerset.
The groom graduated from
West Virginia University.
He earned his bachelor's
degree in business administra-
tion, with a specialization in
sales and marketing, and a
master's degree from Rider
University.
He is a sales manager with
Siemens Hearing Instruments
in Piscataway.
The reception was held at
The Grand Chalet immediately
following the ceremony
Family and friends traveled
from Illinois, Tennessee,
Massachusetts, Michigan,
Pennsylvania, New
Hampshire, New York and
Florida.
The couple honeymooned in
St. Lucia. They will reside in
Manville, N.J.


Heather Louise Kenney and
Brian John Banks both of
Inverness were united in mar-
riage in an evening ceremony
on Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006, at
Vineyard Christian Fellowship
with Kevin Ballard officiating
in a traditional ceremony
The bride is the daughter of
Herschel and Pat Kenney of
Citrus Springs, and the groom
is the son of Peter and Jean
Banks of Inverness.
The matron of honor was
Melissa Slaght and the brides-
maids were Melissa Banks,
Abigail Morris and Emily-Anne

Tucker.
Best man was David Banks
and groomsmen were Joe
Banks, Bryant Gray and
Johnny Miller.
Flower girls were Keilah
Leigh Slaght and Morgan
Banks and the ring bearers
were Dakovan and Griffin
Banks.
The bridesmaids wore full
length tuxedo style gowns in
sapphire blue with jewelry in
gold and sapphire. They all
carried long stem roses.
The groom and the grooms-
men wore matching vests in
sapphire blue.
The bride was given in mar-
riage by her father. A special
lighting of candles took place
by the bride and her mother, in
memory of the bride's grandfa-
ther, who passed away Jan. 20.


The bride's gown was white
with the bodice overlaid with
pearls. The gown had an
empire waist and a chapel
length train. The bride's head-
piece was a tiara with a short
veil attached.
The reception was held at
the Royal Oaks Community
Center and hosted by the
bride's parents.
The groom is employed by
Coleman Federal Prison and
the bride at Citrus Memorial
Health System.
The newlyweds will reside
in Inverness after taking a
brief honeymoon in Georgia.
Out-of-town guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Ken Norman and Mr.
and Mrs. Jared Morris of
Carlisle, Ohio.


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William and Doris Beaton of
Homosassa are celebrating
their 50th wedding anniver-
sary
They were married Nov. 2,
1956, at Woodhaven First
Presbyterian Church, Ozone
Park, N.Y.
The Beatons have three chil-
dren, Linda Versteeg of Orange
City, Iowa, William Beaton of
Greenville, N.Y, and Carol


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help feed seniors
The Citrus County Community
Centers will conduct three social
lances in November for the Senior
Veals Program. The dances are to
elp raise awareness of the needs
ff our seniors and to help ensure
hat "No Senior Goes Hungry."
ticketss are on sale at all
communityy Centers.
All dances will begin at 6 p.m.
tnd you can dance the night away
'(unrli 9 p.m.) Refreshments will be
served at all locations. Tickets are
,5 in advance, $7 at the door or
$8.50 a couple. Purchase tickets
It any of the Community Centers.
This year's dances will be:
A Thursday, Nov. 2, at the West
,itrus Community Center, 8940 W.
veteranss Drive, Homosassa. Call
V95-3831. Music supplied by D.J.s
9ob and Gladys Arthur.
N Thursday, Nov. 9, at the
centrall Citrus Community Center,
'804 Marc Knighton Court,
.ecanto. Call 527-5993. Music
supplied by D.J. Jerry Dawson.
U Friday, Nov. 17, at the East
citruss Community Center, 9907 E.
pulf-to-Lake Highway, Inverness.
.;all 344-9666. Music supplied by
,ernie Piquet on the keyboard.


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Seven Rivers

volleyball begins

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ALAN FESTO
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Chronicle

Seven Rivers' Chelsea Ebert
has had only one thing on her
mind since summer.
"It's all I want, it's all I've
been thinking about," Ebert
said.
That "it" is defeating rival St.


John and winning the district easy, but understands it can be
volleyball championship. dangerous to look past a team.
The second-seeded Seven "It can be hard to get your
Rivers volleyball team will team ready for a game they
enter its District 1A-4 tourna- may feel they can easily win,"
ment Monday evening against Bowman said. "We just
the seventh-seeded Sharks .4'-.A gotta take it one game at
from Cedar Key looking a time, we know we can
to breeze through the win, we just. gotta take
first two rounds and set care of business."
up a showdown with the If the Warriors face St.
top-seeded St. John John, the Saints will have
Lutheran Saints. history on their side, win-
The Warriors' district record ning the last two district cham-
stands at 10-2 with both loses pionships, with Seven Rivers'
coming at the hands of St. John. last championship coming in
Seven Rivers coach Tim 2003.
Bowman feels his team should One thing the Warriors defi-
reach the final match fairly nitely have in their favor is the


power of captain Rachael
Capra, or as Ebert called her,
"the tiger." Capra should be
unleashed early and'often, pro-
pelling Seven Rivers into the
final with a shot at revenge
against St John. The Saints
have moved on to the state's
Final Four the last three years.
Capra has some extra moti-
vation to win the champi-
onship this year.
"All the seniors on the team
are really good friends of mine
and part of my motivation to
win districts is for them, this is
their last year," Capra said.

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* WHAT: District 1A-4
volleyball tournament
* WHEN: Monday-Thursday
* WHERE: Bishop
McLaughlin, Spring Hill
* COST: $6
i* IF YOU GO: Take the
Suncoast Parkway (26
miles) to Exit 27 toward
Dade City. Turn right on
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Perry Brown held up to the
pressure Saturday night to win
the Gulf Coast Modified 50-lap
feature event
Brown started fifth in the 23-
car field and was able to hold
up to constant charge of Wayne
Jefferson all the way to the
stripe.
Early race leader, Dwayne
Dempsey, battled with Brown,
Rob Partelo and Mike
Hinegardner early in the race
and was third at the comple-
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I victory

Hinegardner followed in
fourth, Andrew Alderman fifth,
Robbie Cooper, Lee Collins,
local driver David Davis of
Floral City, Chris Escott, John
Godwin. Dennis
Himmelberger, of Inverness,
finished the event 17th.
Kristine Henick was award-
ed the 4-cylinder Bomber fea-
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Castoria's No. 24 race machine
failed to pass the post-race
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Citrus golf coach Chris
Richardson knows his team
will be fighting an uphill battle
at Monday's regional tourna-
ment
"I'd like to have Oak Hall or
Saddlebrook miss a bus or
something," Richardson said.
One problem, Oak Hall can
walk
Richardson feels that Oak
Hall and Saddlebrook are two
of his team's biggest obstacles.
"On a good day we can
win, but it's gonna take some
help from those other guys not
to have a good day,"
Richardson said.
The regional will be held at
10 a.m. at Haile Plantation Golf
and Country Club in
Gainesville, a course where
the Hurricanes lost earlier this
season by six strokes to Oak
Hall. Last week Saddlebrook
defeated Citrus by 10 strokes in
the district tournament at El
Diablo, a course that
Richardson thinks is more dif-
ficult than Haile.
The team took a trip
Thursday to Haile Plantation
to prepare for the tournament
and get a look at the back nine.
"It's nice course in
Gainesville, the greens are
great, fast Its always in good
shape, par 71, it's good test of
golf," Chris Richardson said.
"We had a good practice round,
they have knowledge of the
course and that's what we went
for"
Richardson emphasized the
importance of not looking in
the past to determine how his
team will do.
- "Golf is all about what you
shoot today and my crystal ball
- is not all that clear,"
b Richardson said.
The top two teams from the
regional will advance to the
state tournament along with
the two highest scores, unless
they are on one of the top two
teams.
With nine teams it's really
anyone's tournament to win.
a "I like my guys chances, I'm
a sure everyone likes their
chances," Richardson said. If
his team can post their best
round he feels it should be
enough to move on. "I expect
were gonna be fine."


* WHAT: Region 1A-3 Boys
Golf Tournament
WHEN: 10 a.m. Monday
WHERE: Haile Plantation
Golf and Country Club,
Gainesville
COST: Free
IF YOU GO: Take U.S. 41
north to Williston. Merge
with State Road 121/
U.S. 27 and follow U.S
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right in Archer on State
Road 24 (Archer Road).
Turn left on SW 91st
street in Gainesville. 91st
street takes you to Haile
Village.

The impeccable greens on
the cour-e l'i:ok to pose the
biggest challenge to all the
teams because they are
extremely fast and well kept.
The fairways can get awfully
narrow as well.
Citrus sophomore Bobby
Bang is well aware of the chal-
lenges he will face in
Gainesville.
"You gotta hit it straight, you
don't need a driver very much,
you just gotta hit it straight,"
Bang said. "The greens are
very, very fast and they're very
receptive so you can hit
wedges in there and the
greens will hold, but you gotta
hit the fairway to score on that
course."
Richardson and Bang both
recognize that the team has
enjoyed a great season and
even a loss wouldn't change
that; but they're not ready to
throw in the towel yet
"These guys have played
hard....with a little more work
and some luck, we can do
some more," Richardson said.
The team has no seniors and
only two juniors leaving the
future very bright for a team
that placed second at the dis-
trict tournament. Bang has
already forecasted this young
team advancing to the state
tournament the next two years
and would love to advance
this year and have a shot at
four state appearances in a
row.
"I would like to make it to
state, that would top it off,"
Bang said. "Without state
we've still made it a long way,
but state would make it even
better."


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Bowman and Ebert both feel
the team tightens up when they
go against St John's extremely
effective blockers. The power
and size of the Saints Ashley
Hampton, Lauren Richardson,
Rachel Kopec and Danielle
Tuck can be stifling. Ebert
thinks the focus of the team
changes from pounding the ball
at opponents to just getting the
ball over the net
There is no telling how far
this Seven Rivers team will go
this postseason, but one thing is


SPEEDWAY
Continued from Page 1B


Tim Wilson fourth, Victor
* hahid fifth, Louie Cioe
sixth, Glen Colyer seventh,
Richard Henick eighth, Steve
Stinedurf ninth, Steven Hise
tenth.
Frank Stromquist made a
bold move to the low side of
Sonny VanOchten to take the
early lead in Hobby Stock
- action, but it was Curtis
Flanagan with the win at the
"JJ end of the 20-lap event.
Curtis Flanagan took
advantage of a late-race
restart in to make a strong
run for the lead, and when
the green flag fell with five
laps to go, Flanagan moved to
the outside of Stromquist for
the position.
By the time they drove
through the second turn
Flanagan had secured the
spot and was on his way to his
, second win of the season. Tim
Quick and Jason Murphree
finished second and third,
respectively. Stromquist fell
back to finish fourth. John
* Makulla, Bobby Taylor, Don
Teague, Robert Capps, Larry
Triana and Artie Hewitt
rounded out the top ten,
respectively
Figure 8 action started off
the night's events with Darrel
Hage in victory lane over
Robbie Hage, Joey Catterli,
Zach Perry, Curtis Neumann,
. Wayne Calkins, Sheldon
Kinser, John Thomas, Seth
Nistok and Paul Grynewicz.
Johnny Siner held off Clint


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2006 3B

for sure: Capra is their ticket
"We're gonna go as far as
Rachael Capra takes us, she's a
dominate player most nights
out, she hits the ball extremely
hard, she jumps so high and
she's one of my better passers in
the back row," Bowman said.
"She's really the whole pack-
age."
Bowman is confident that his
team can beat St John if they
play the way he knows they can.
"It's been a number of years
since we've beaten them in a
match, we need to go in and we
need to play with confidence,
we need to play aggressively
and good things can happen,"
Bowman said.


Foley, Jonathan Camp and
Herb Neumann Jr. in a four-
car run to win in Mini Stock
action.
The top four ran nose-to-
tail until Neumann tagged
Camp forcing the pair to get
loose and lose track position
on the leaders. Foley gave it a
strong effort for the remain-
der of the race but fell short
at the line.
Siner picked up the win fol-
lowed by Foley, Camp,
Neumann, Michael Lawhorn,
Mike Curry, Jeff Pittsley,
Owen Leigh, Matt Adams and
Mark Powers. Jesse Henley
and Todd Haught finished out
the 12-car field, respectively
Edward Allen took the
Limited Sportsman lead on
lap No. 13 and never looked
back as he took his second
win of the.season, uncontest-
ed.
Early race leader Dusty
Bremer won that contest
ahead of A.J. Isbister, Rusty
Bremer, Tom Posavec, Craig
Robinson, Jim Altonelli,
Chris Cross, Steve Olone and
John Zuidema III.
At press time, a post-race
protest on Curtis Flanagan's
No. 33 Hobby Stock race
machine was still underway.

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Twin firsts for Crystal River cross country


LARRY BUGG
For the Chronicle

MCKETHAN LAKE The
cross country course is
Hernando's home course but
Saturday, the Crystal River
girls and boys cross country
teams acted like they owned
the joint.
The Pirate girls won the
Hernando-Citrus Classic 5K
(3.1 mile) cross country meet
with 48 points with Lecanto
taking second with 69 points.
Hernando's Anna Gray also
ran a personal best to win with
a 19:50. Seven Rivers Christian
School sixth-grader Chloe
Benoist was second with a
20:04 personal-best clocking.
Dixon was glad to get a best
time especially since she was-
n't able to do her normal run-
ning preparation.
Pirate harrier Danielle
Dixon led Crystal River with a
3rd place on a personal best
time of 20:22.
"It is a PR by about three
seconds," said Dixon. "I had to
take four days off because of
exams, funerals. There were a
lot of things that kind of side-
tracked me from running. This


was a good race for me. We
were all there for the first two
miles. We had one speed work-
out The whole team has had
an off-week because of exams.
It's hard but we all did really
well."
Crystal River girls coach
Lisa Carter said all her run-
ners performed well.
"I had a PR out of every one
of my girls," said Crystal River
girls coach Lisa Carter. "This is
a fast course. It's a cool morn-
ing. I expected them. to do real-
ly well but they did better than
I expected. Kristin Hall, the
number two runner, was miss-
ing. They all stepped up and
took the place of Kristin. I
thought they would come in
with some heavy legs."
Seven Rivers finished third
with 95 points largely behind
of the efforts of Benoist .
"I felt tired at the end but it
was really fun," said Benoist.
"That was my best time. This is
one of my favorite courses. I
got my best time last year here.
I think I got tired at the end but
that's still my best time. Anna
and Danielle really pushed me
a lot."
Warriors coach Kerri


Kitchen agreed
"She (Benoist) did really
good," said Kitchen.
"Everybody did well. The
weather had a lot to do with it"
Lecanto's girls were second
with 69 points despite missing
top runner Taylor Cooke. The
senior was taking the
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT).
Carolyn Bonadonna (sixth,
21:25) led the Panthers' pack.
"They all had PRs," said
Lecanto girls coach Dan
Epstein. "We were missing a
couple of runners. Jamie Gajos
was sick. I'm pleased with the
way everybody ran today. It's
looking good for us. We can
still make it without our top
two."
Carla Loer (22nd overall,
23:25) led the Citrus girls, who
were able to choose whether
or not they wanted to compete
Saturday.
"Because of homecoming, it
was an optional day," said
Citrus High coach Billy Bass.
'"All of my runners came for
varsity and they all (had per-
sonal bests)."'
Crystal River's boys beat
Hernando 33-41 for the team
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was second with a 16:27.
Lecanto High's Nick
Farrington was third with a
16:28 clocking.
Crystal River coach Tim
Byrne missed the meet due to
a wedding but his team per-
formed superbly
"The first two miles, I felt
pretty good," said Greer. "Me
and Ben pushed each other
for the first mile and three
quarters. Ben picked it up. I
tried but couldn't. I ran a 16:27
which is the same exact time I
ran it last year. I have been
having real bad headaches.
Last year in track, I got a con-
cussion. It kind of feels like it
came back. It was perfect run-
ning weather. The team did
great. The coach said he was
going to be on the phone
yelling at us. We had four of
our top five under 17 'minutes
which is really good. We have
one more meet, our invitation-
al and then we have districts."
The top Citrus boy runner
was Brandon Hardy who ran a
time of 18:34.
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was perfect weather. Good
conditions. Next week
(Thursday), we have
Whispering Pines. It is going
to be hilly again. We come
back here for districts. It was
a great test for the guys. I hope
they have more PRs at dis-
trict. Everybody did well and
I'm happy"
It was a cool morning and
runners seemed to be setting
personal records everywhere.
Rockledge High had teams
competing as they mistakenly
thought this was the Zak
Lucas Invitational which was
held several weeks ago.
Rockledge did not figure in
the team scoring.
Hernando-Citrus Classic
Cross Country meet at
McKethan Lake Results
Girls team scores
1. Crystal River 48, 2. Lecanto
69, 3. Seven Rivers 95, 4.Central
105, 5. Springstead 136, 6.
Inverness Citrus 143, 7.
Brooksville Nature Coast 197,
Hernando NTS
Girls Top 10 Individuals
1. Anna Gray, Hernando, 19:50;


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Edwards, Rockledge, 20:31; 5.
Sasha Jaquith, Crystal River,
21:16; 6. Carolyn Bonadonna,
Lecanto, 21:25; 7. Jillian Swarz,
Lecanto, 21:30; 8. Melissa
Schmidt, Crystal River, 21:39; 9.
Liz McGeehan, Central, 21:52;
10. Paige Cooke, Seven Rivers,
21:59.
Boys team scores
1. Crystal River, 33, 2.
Brooksville Hernando 41, 3.
Lecanto 57, 4.Brooksville Central
139, 5. Springstead 199,
Inverness Citrus 229.
Boys Top 10 Individuals
1. Ben Martucci, Brooksville
Hernando, 15:55; 2. Joe Greer,
Crystal River, 16:27; 3. Nick
Farrington, Lecanto 16:28; 4. Joe
Wright, Hernando, 16:42; 5.
Brennan McNally, Crystal River,
16:45; 6. Blair Beeler, Crystal
River, 16:53; 7. Tyler Baldwin,
Hernando, 16:54; 8. Eric Hughes,
Crystal River, 16:56; 9. David
Rundio, Lecanto, 17:10; 10.
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iTT ith the Tues-
day, Nov 7,
i4 Y general
election approach-
ing, I'm eager to
share my thoughts
about the impor-
tance of voting. I
believe that voting in
p democracy is not
lust a right, it's a Jack ]
responsibility. My GUI
advocate spirit
impels me to inform, COL
inspire, and empow-
"er others to participate in this,
the most basic of all democra-
cy's actions.


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There are few
more influential
.. actions than voting.
,r -It's an activity that
takes a few minutes
but has meaning for
years to come. When
SI think of the many
who struggled, suf-
fered, fought and
evine died for our right to
EST vote, I'm motivated
all the more to have
JMN my voice be heard.
My Grandma Min-
nie picketed for suffrage as an
immigrant teenage girl in New
York Her daughter, my mother,


took me by the hand to watch
her and my father vote. My Dad
was blind so had to have a poll-
watcher vote with him, but he
always voted. They listened to
the election results at the edge
of their seats. Everyone in my
family took their civic responsi-
bilities so seriously that it was
impossible for me to grow up
without that same set of values.
Election Day is a national
day of empowerment. It's a
time when all of us, as adult cit-
izens, are truly equal.
Irrespective of educational
attainment, income, ethnic or
racial heritage, gender or polit-


ical persuasion, we are all able
to exercise the single most
basic act in a democracy: vot-
ing.
How wonderful. How impor-
tant. How could anyone pur-
posefully miss the opportunity
to do the right thing in deter-
mining our future?
The pollsters are busy mak-
ing their case for where voters
are leaning. The advertisers
are unleashing the flood of
commercials, mail fliers and
phone calls. The pundits are
sharpening their sound bites.
When all the words are said
and all the money spent, it's the


individual voter who holds the
power to decide who will lead
our nation, our states, and com-
munities into the future.
I urge you take these words
to heart and pledge to make
your voice heard. I hope you
will take the step to ask anoth-
er one, ten, or one hundred
others to join you as voters.
And you would please honor
me by sharing this message
with others. Feel free to reply
to me with your thoughts about
the importance of voting from
your vantage point

Please see VOTE/Page 6C


Guilty as


charged on


high seas

J got the book thrown at me
last week by the Crystal
River Police Department
For those of you who think
some folks get a break from the
cops, let me assure you that's
not true when you're talking
about the city boat patrol on
Kings Bay.
My trouble with the law
began Saturday afternoon
when the sun was shining and
we were holding a birthday
party for our youngest son.
Eight of us adults climbed onto
the family pontoon boat, along
with grandbaby Izzabella, to
take a ride around Kings Bay.
Three little dogs and one big
dog joined us. For the record,
the combined weight of the
three little dogs is about 9
pounds while the single big
dog weighed in at 60 pounds.
While our aged pontoon is
not the most attractive vessel
on the water, I'm a bit of a
stickler about the safety stuff.
We have a good dozen life pre-
servers and vests, our fire
extinguisher is current, the
horn works and our night-
lights are all active.
We had a life preserver for
the baby and, I'm embarrassed
to say, two of the dogs came
with their own life vests.
Fourteen-month-old
Izzabella hates to be cooped
up in her life vest, so she was
screaming at a very high pitch.
Kona, the 60-pound boxer, was
chasing the three little Yorkies
around the pontoon boat hop-
ing to catch one of them for a
quick snack A 2-pound Yorkie
had turned vicious and was
growling and trying to bite the
boxer on the nose. The seven
other adults were trying to
quiet children, save the life of
the dogs or identify the fish
jumping off the starboard side
of the boat
This was not working out to
be a quiet afternoon trip on
the river.
That's about the time the
Crystal River Police
Department's water patrol
decided it was a good idea to
pull me over to see what the
heck was going on.
The officer began the safety
inspection and immediately
asked to see the life preservers
for the eight adults on board.
Now, mind you, the eight
adults are all accomplished
and educated achievers. We
had a lawyer, a publisher, a
school administrator, a fire-
man, an Internet designer, a
Ph.D. in bio-mechanics, a
Ph.D. in health communica-
tions and a stay-at-home mom
who was a highly successful
public relations specialist
You'd think out of that group,
someone would have been
able to count
The first inclination I got
that this was not going to be a
successful inspection came
when I went to open the back
hatch to pull out our pile of life
preservers.
My wife reminded me,
"There's a wasps' nest in that
hatch."
I looked at the officer, and he
was patiently waiting to see
the life preservers.
I looked at my wife and the
six adults, four dogs and one
grandbaby
I thought about the ticket I
would get if I didn't produce
the life preservers.
Damn the torpedoes, I
pulled open the hatch.
The large family of wasps
was not thrilled with the idea
of being invited to our little
boat party and they immedi-
ately flew out and started
going after all the occupants.
The lawyer, Ph.D.s, fireman,

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Pick up cuttings
I'm calling about the people
that cut their grass and leave
the cuttings in the road. The
places where they do that, it
makes the neighborhood look
terrible. I would like to know if
somebody could make sure
that they pick up their cuttings.
Sales tax solution
I would like to compliment
Jim Duller on his letter to the
editor titled "Raise sales tax."
Raising the sales tax a half a
percent would generate $6 mil-
lion for the county as opposed
to the 6-cent gas tax, which
raises only $3 million. A 1-cent
sales tax increase would raise
$12 million, but I agree would
not be embraced by our com-
munity. What a terrific sugges-
tion. Mr. Duller, please run for
office. Citrus County needs you.
Who pays taxes
To the person who called in
about people who rent homes,
that their landlord is paying the
taxes: They obviously don't
understand that the landlord is
not paying the taxes. The per-
son who pays the rent is paying
the taxes. The only time the
landlord is paying the taxes is
when the house is empty.
Use new boat
In regard to the articles in
the paper about the problems
on the Homosassa River and
the boating situation: Why
don't we use the fancy new
boat that the sheriff's office
has bought and put that into
use on the Homosassa River
instead of just patrolling the
Henderson lake since they're
short of help? Good idea. Least
they'd be doing something pro-
ductive with the money.
Charges melt
Bob Woodward's book,
"State of Denial," melts like
cotton candy on contact. His
accusations are all second-
hand.
High-price benefit
Keep gas prices high to keep
those SUVs off the road. These
glorified pickup trucks are a
menace to us all.
Kool-Aid toast
It appears that the great
unraveling has turned into the
great meltdown of the Bush
administration. Are you right-
wingers going to come out of
denial now or are you going to


drink the Kool-Aid and go down
with Bush?
Ramsey DNA tests
... Why isn't the DNA of
Burke Ramsey, the youngest
one, taken? Where is Burke
Ramsey these days? He was
whisked out of the country
immediately after. Why? His
DNA needs to be taken. Or are
they afraid what will be found
with his DNA test in the
Ramsey case?
Editor's note: Burke Ramsey's
DNA was taken in 1998, and he
was cleared. He won five libel
lawsuits filed against the media
for identifying him as a suspect in
the murder case.
First-class ride
This is American justice.
John Karr admitted to killing a
young girl. They brought him
back on a first-class plane,
champagne ... Today's he's
walking on the streets.
Although he has a previous
record, he's free. American jus-
tice? Ha, ha.
Gas price credit
How many times during the
past nine months have we
heard President Bush say, "I
can't do anything to keep the
price of gasoline from going
up. I have no control over the
high cost of gas." If Bush has
been telling the truth, then he
has nothing to do I repeat,
nothing to do with prices
coming down. So don't listen
to the right wing when they
want us to give George Bush
the credit.
Look at Constitution
In your paper on Friday, Oct.
6, you've got an article where
the president signed a bill into
law and then attached a sign-
ing statement saying that he
didn't have to obey the law. Is
there some way we can get a
copy of the Constitution to the
president? There's no unity
president set up in the
Constitution. And the
Constitution charges the
Congress to oversee the execu-
tive branch, not the other way
around. Do we have any way
we can get that clear to those
people in the White House?
Yell Geronimo
On politics, if the left wing
goes one way and the right
wing goes the other way, who
flies the plane? I think we all
need parachutes.


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in the


Paying for gazebos
To the anti-smoker who
called in about taxpayers hav-
ing to pay for gazebos for
smokers: Maybe this person
needs to be reminded that
smokers also pay taxes, as well
as nonsmokers.
Attacking war vets
In today's paper, a gentle-
man tells us that it's wrong for
Republicans to criticize war vet-
erans. He uses John Kerry and
his three Band-Aid wounds. He
uses Max Cleland. Max Cleland
lost a limb and he's right. He
was in an accident in Vietnam,
not in combat. Still doesn't
make Max Cleland any less of
a hero. But then he turns
around and attacks the swift-
boat veterans, which is a group
of Vietnam veterans a lot of
them war heroes that just
have different political views
than he has. So it's wrong for
Republicans to criticize veter-
ans or war people, but it's OK
for him to attack the veterans
group. That makes sense.
Whatever next?
Oh no, not gay Republicans
in Congress. That darn Bill
Clinton is at it again.
Spraying ramps up
Regarding the Oct. 7 Chronicle
article about the mosquito con-
trol: Our area on (State Road)
44 East has had one or two
mosquito control sprayings at
the most in May through August,
but there have been four visits
so far from September to this
October date. Would that be
because November Election Day
is ahead and it coincides with
this article?
Barking dog
Like to make a comment
about how beautiful it is where
I live in Citrus Springs here on
the golf course. The only prob-
lem is these people who have a
dog penned up. The poor
German shepherd barks day
and night, barks at every golfer
that comes by, barks well into
the night. You'd think that they
would have a little more con-
sideration for the people who
live around them, as well as
the poor dog.
Editor's note: Call Citrus
County Animal Services at 726-
7660. Director Xan Rawls said
her division would mail a behav-
ior modification information sheet
to the owner of the barking dog.
In most cases, that takes care of


sponsor a child
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the problem. The person who
complains is sent an affidavit to
complete by monitoring the bark-
ing incidents for five days. If the
dog is still barking, the person
who has complained should mail
back the correctly completed,
notarized affidavit to animal serv-
ices, which would then send an
officer to the property of the bark-
ing dog. The officer then would
give the dog owner a 72-hour
period to correct the dog's behav-
ior. If the dog is still barking, ani-
mal services would issue a cita-
tion if the person who complained
is willing to go to court to testify.
An owner whose dog is found to
be a public nuisance is fined
$100, with a $5 state surcharge.
Blondie bias?
I'm deeply hurt. In \he
comics section of Saturday's
paper, what does "Blondie"
have against Italians? That's my
favorite song....
Thanks for help
I'd like to thank the lIdy that
stopped on Sept. 15 at the
Connell Heights Fire Department
where my husband fell and
broke his leg. I'd just like to say
to her, thank you so much. There
are so many people, so many
nice people in the world, and I'd
like to extend my gratitude to
you for helping him out. He was
lying there for, like, 20 minutes
in a puddle of water. And every-
body kept passing by him and
waving their hands "hello" as
he's waving for help. You decid-
ed to stop, you and another gen-
tleman from Marion County. I


think he was also a firefighter.
Thank you so much.
Playground plan
This is for the person calling
in about the future mini-stor-
age on County Road 486. The
idea that the landowner should
give away land for a playground
instead of using that land to
build a business to earn a liv-
ing and support his or her own
family is ludicrous. If you want
a playground, then buy your
own land and build your own
place for kids to play. If you
can't afford it by yourself, gath-
er your neighborhood parents
together to finance it. If you
still don't have enough cash, I
would suggest all the parents
donate the money they save
each year on their federal
income tax return with their
huge child dependent deduc-
tions. After all, those deduc-
tions are supposed to be for
their kids. Small businesses,
along with all taxpayers,
already support the schools
and all the free programs, the
libraries, county parks and
recreational centers. Parents
should have to provide any
other entertainment for their
children themselves. When I
was growing up, I played in my
own back yard, as did my
daughter when she was grow-
ing up. It is time parents took
responsibility for their own kids
and stop dumping that burden
on the rest of us. As for the
mini-storage units I think it's
a great idea for those of us
whose deed restrictions prohib-


it us to have storage units in
our own yards. I wish the new
owners the best of luck.
Honoring carriers
We're looking at the Chronicle
Saturday, Oct. 7, and in there you
had this beautiful International
Newspaper Carrier Recognition
Day. That is the nicest thing I have
ever seen the newspaper do. We
give our carrier $20 every
Christmas and that is so meager
for what you say he does and we
do take for granted. We're
amazed every morning when my
husband wakes up at 5:50 we
live off of Norvell Bryant to get
our paper. Through all this con-
struction, through all the hurri-
canes, through all the other ele-
ments, our carrier always has the
paper there. So I think we're going
to give a little bit more this year.
Thank you so much for reminding
all of us how we love our morning
Chronicle.
Lacking reality
I think there's something
wrong with my cable. All I see
is President Bush with his sug-
arcoated speeches. He better
get his head out of the sand.
Children in schools
Just a question for the readers
out there: Does anybody know, are
any of our school board members
or anybody running for school
board, do any of them have any
children in the county schools that
would benefit my child? Any help
with this would be appreciated.
Just curious if anybody has any
children on the school board.


2C SUNDAY


HELLO NEIGHBOR


WE NEED YOU


212-1022 SUCRN


PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA, SITTING AS THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE SOUTH
LAKE SPIVEY POINT MUNICIPAL SERVICE BENEFIT UNIT FOR WATER AND
WASTEWATER UTILITY SERVICES, OF ITS INTENT TO USE THE UNIFORM AD
VALOREM METHOD OF COLLECTION OF NON-AD VALOREM ASSESSMENTS FOR THE
PROVISION OF WATER SERVICES FOR THE SOUTH LAKE SPIVEY POINT
POTABLE WATER SPECIAL ASSESSMENT DISTRICT.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all owners of lands located within
the South Lake Spivey Point Potable Water Special Assessment
District, more particularly described in Exhibit "A" attached
hereto and made a part hereof, that the Board of County
Commissioners of Citrus County intends to use the uniform ad
valorem method of collecting non-ad valorem assessments levied by
the Board of County Commissioners as set forth in Section
197.3632, Florida Statutes, and the Board will hold a public
hearing on October 24, 2006, at 4:45 P.M. at the Board of County
Commissioners' Meeting Room, Citrus County Courthouse, 110 North
Apopka Avenue, Inverness, Florida.

The purpose of the public hearing will be to consider the
adoption of a Resolution authorizing the Board of County
Commissioners of Citrus County to use the uniform ad valorem
method of collecting non-ad valorem assessments as provided for in
Section 197.3632, Florida Statutes.

The Board of County Commissioners of Citrus County proposes
to adopt a non-ad valorem assessment for the provision of water
services within the area of Citrus County known as the South Lake
Spivey Point Potable Water Special Assessment District, more
particularly described in Exhibit "A".

The Board of County Commissioners of Citrus County is
considering the adoption of a non-ad valorem assessment for the
provision of water services commencing in fiscal year 2007/2008.

Interested persons may appear at the public hearing to be
heard regarding the use of the uniform ad-valorem method of
collecting said non-ad valorem assessments. If this method of
collection is used, failure to pay the assessment will cause a tax
certificate to be issued against the property which may result in
a loss of title.

If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board
of County Commissioners with respect to any matter considered at
this public hearing, he/she will need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made which record shall include the
testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at this meeting
because of a disability or physical impairment should contact the
County Administrator's Office, 110 North Apopka Avenue, Inverness,
Florida 34450, (352) 341-6560, at least two days before the
meeting. If you are hearing or speech impaired, use the TDD
Telephone (352) 341-6580.

BY:
GARY BARTELL
CHAIRMAN
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA





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CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE
.EDI TOR8AL BOARD
Gerry M ulligan ............................... publisher
Charlie Brennan ................................. editor
Neale Brennan ...... promotions/community affairs
Kathie Stewart .................circulation director
Mike Arnold ........................ managing editor
- John Murphy ..............classifieds/online leader
...- Jim Hunter ..............................senior reporter
Founded in 1891 Curt Ebitz .. ...................citizen member
by Albert M. Mac Harris .. ................... guest member
Williamson Ron M iller ................. ............ guest member
"You may differ with my choice, but not my right to choose."
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During the past few weeks,
concerns about the pro-
posed drug testing of ath-
letes in Citrus County's high
schools have been raised from
school board members and par-
ents.
Some have said that drug use
by students is a parental issue
and the school needs to butt out.
Some say if we are going to test
some, then we need to test all.
Others see this as a violation of
individual rights.
While some of those concerns
have validity, some do not
First of all, this
program is not [ THE I|
unique to Citrus
County. Many other I Drug
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with heavy peer
pressure. Legally, only those
involved in extra-curricular
activities are candidates for the
random drug testing so it is
currently not an option for all
students. Those activities are a
privilege and so the testing is
legal and appropriate for them.
Secondly, while a child's
behaviors and activities are a
parent's responsibility, it is a
well-known fact that parents
today are just not as involved in
their children's lives as they
once were. Many kids see a par-
ent for a few hours in the
evening each day. Many parents
don't even know what their chil-
dren are involved in, and sad as
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This is for the businesses
doing remodeling and
remaining open. I just want
to say that if you own a
business and you're going to
remodel it, then you should
close the business down for
that month or two months to CALL
get the remodeling done and 56
not inconvenience your cus- 560
tomers. You know, to have
the business open espe-
cially, let's say, a restaurant is
disgusting. Because, you know,
when they're remodeling, there's
dust flying and things like that. You
should prepare a little bit better if
you know that you're going to be
doing some remodeling and you're
going to be missing a.little bit of
money for some time. But, you
know, close it down and then have a
grand reopening. But this stuff, it
just makes you look greedy. It
makes you look really greedy that
you need that money and you've got
to stay open during that remodeling
time. Just save up and stay closed
for those couple months.
Everyone has to pay
OK, I have read just abdut enough
in the paper about renters not pay-
ing taxes, and seniors who think
they shouldn't be paying for school
taxes. First of all, landlords pass
the cost of taxes and insurance on
to their tenants, in most cases. The
renters are indirectly paying county
taxes. It's like any other business;
expenses are passed on. Secondly,


is happening in their lives.
Lastly, while students do have
individual rights, they are not
the same as adult rights. School
safety is the No. 1 priority of the
school district and when drug
use and all the ramifications
of that activity is prevalent in
our schools, they are not safe.
It is important for everyone to
remember that this program is
not about punishing anybody! It's
not about keeping anyone out of
sports programs. It's not about
arresting wayward teens who are
playing with drugs. It's not about
finding bad students
SSUE: or bad parents.
This program is
testing primarily about two
iools. things: Giving stu-
dents an effective
'INION: way to say no and
is don't providing assistance
h value. for those teens who
find themselves in
VION: Go to trouble with drug
ine..:,:.m to usage. Results of
'u.:.ut, cy's this testing cannot
.f.-,,. be used to suspend
or expel a student
Results are confidential and are
not a part of a student's perma-
nent record. Counseling is pro-
vided for families who find them-
selves in this situation. Second
chances are available for those
who test positive.
This is about developing good,
solid habits in our young peo-
ple. It's about helping students
to stay on a positive road. It's
about helping parents to know
what is going on in the lives of
their children so they can be the
kind of parents a child needs.
It's about taking one more step
to making our schools as safe as
they can be for our children.
And what is more important
than that?

1 l to all you seniors: Most
of you probably had chil-
dren in school at one
time. Who do you think
paid school taxes then?
Property owners did.
And, by the way, who do
you think is paying for
too your Social Security right
now? I am, a parent of
A7ff9 two children in the
05 7U school system Social


Security, which by the
way, will be reduced by the time I
can collect and possibly won't be
there at all for my children.
Lakes sorely lacking
I would like to thank the people
who are in charge of our lakes
(highs and lows). Once again, we
hardly have any water and the rainy
season is over. Now there is no
chance of the lakes to come back.
Thanks once again for ruining sum-
mer's boating and fishing. By this
time next year, we will be lucky if
we have any lake left. Thanks
again.
Hidden hydrants
I'm calling to find out about the
fire hydrants. I don't know why you
don't paint them. You can just
about see them when the weeds
grow above them. On Highland
Avenue, there are two places that
they ... need to be painted. How
come you don't paint them any-
more? When we first came down
here, they painted them all. Just
want to find out why. If there's a
fire, you'll never find a fire hydrant.


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Impact fees threat
Editor's note: The following letter
is written to builders of new homes
and published at the writer's request.
We have reached a time of true cri-
sis in our future livelihood!
We have a negative imbalance of
votes on our current Citrus Board of
County Commissioners who intend to
stop growth in our county by tripling
the impact fees and that will take our
jobs away.
I urge you with all my encourage-
ment to please vote. You can vote
prior to Election Day (which is Nov. 7)
at designated "early voting" polling
places or by absentee ballot So be
sure you don't miss your opportunity
to help make this needed change in
our government and stop these "job-
robbing" impact fees!
My wife and I have been in busi-
ness here for more than 30 years, and
I am truly afraid of the consequences
we will all face if we don't join togeth-
er now to make sure that this threat
to all of our jobs is stopped!
This is our only chance to fight back
and stop this craziness by making
sure we vote them out of the position
to steal our jobs.
Shame on us if we allow this
tragedy to happen! Our fate is in our
own hands and we must make our
voices heard with our votes.
I urge you to support the following
two candidates in this November
election for County Commissioner:
James Holder and John Thrumston.
Remember, this is a fight for our
life in Citrus County and our jobs!
George Rusaw
Beverly Hills

Leaving in droves
We moved to Homosassa 12 years
ago. We were amazed at all the house
traffic. People moved from smaller


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houses to larger Others moved from
larger to smaller. People came from
the north and bought homes here.
This is the heart of economy.
Now we are creating a freeze, and
we shall all pay for it. Those who
need to sell cannot, for who would be
crazy enough to come here and pay
the high taxes and the high insurance
for flood and hurricane coverage?
This has gotten out of control in all
of Florida, not just us. Why can't our
leaders see that our future will
depend on what we do now? We don't
need to spend that much more than
last year Most companies put a freeze
on spending when trouble starts, so
why not run the county more like a
business? This real estate market will
settle down, and things will average
out again.
Our politicians are like children in
a toy store with found money. They
are spending it quickly and in most
cases foolishly instead of returning it


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to the rightful owners. This is a form
of dishonesty. One mill was a good
start but why not two mills?
No one is going to buy here. No one
is going to sell here, either. Why build
here with this outrageous impact fee?
There are more reasonable places to
build. In traveling the east coast area
this summer, we spoke with many
folks about real estate and moving.
Yes, the market is depressed in most
areas. However, North and South
Carolina Realtors tell us that Florida
is their primary source for new buy-
ers. Yes, hurricanes have some bear-
ing, but they have been here forever
and it didn't stop people from coming
down here to Florida before.
Don't you ask yourselves why peo-
ple are leaving Florida by the droves?
You (from the governor to all local
positions) all better look at the
answer to that long and hard and
decide if you want this to go on dur-
ing your watch?
Kathleen Bader
Homosassa

Tire helpers
Thank goodness there are still lov-
ing caring people willing to go out of
their way to assist individuals in trou-
ble.
My daughter had a flat tire in a
Crystal River parking lot. We were
having difficulty removing the lug
nuts and setting jack properly.
Along came a jogger (Rita) who gra-
ciously offered to help. She was able
to place jack and remove one lug nut
from the wheel. Reftising to quit. she
went to a nearby gym and brought
back Steve (iron pumper) who fin-
ished changing the tire. Weather was
threatening, but they both refused to
abandon us. We thank them from the
bottom of our heart.
Irwin and Barbara Weiler
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didn't hesitate; her
immediate response ,.-.
was "Creece."
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prised, but quickly "
concluded if she OF
wanted to go to
Greece, Greece is where we'd
go.
Even so, we both found out
going to Greece is easier said
than done. Our total travel time,
including the required advance
arrival at Orlando International
Airport and a layover at JFK in
New York, was some 17 hours.
Once we arrived in Athens,
we came to understand, as far as
the Greeks are concerned, they
don't live in Greece, they live in
a place called "Hellenas."
We also learned firsthand that
luggage checked at a local air-


l port doesn't always
arrive at a foreign
destination at the
same time you do. We
stood by the baggage
carousel waiting
Patiently, but one of
our bags never came
". around. To com-
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rannen this trip our tour
package allowed
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large suitcase; and,
with recent terrorist activities,
carry-on luggage is greatly
restricted. Virtually everything
was in our checked baggage. We
were each allowed a handbag
for the basics, such as prescrip-
tion medication, but no toi-
letries and little space for cloth-
ing.
Oh, did I mention it wasn't my
luggage which was lost? It was
Cheryl's.
I love my wife for a lot of rea-
sons, but high on the list is her
Pollyanna outlook If it'd been
my things which were missing, I


would have panicked and might
have even kicked the carousel.
She simply smiled and said,
"Oh, well. We're on vacation, it'll
all be OK and we're going to
have fun!"
Once we arrived at the hotel,
we had lunch and then set about
to determine how to work
around Cheryl's lost luggage.
Incidentally, even though it was
a fabulous, 5-star establishment,
unlike American hotels, this one
had no gift shop, no place to buy
even the most rudimentary
items such as hair spray and lip-
stick and certainly not clothing.
The obvious conclusion was
to go shopping, but it couldn't be
done immediately our sched-
ule was too tight We had a meet-
ing with the tour director, a pre-
planned ethnic night out on the
town and then a trip to the
Acropolis early the next morn-
ing.
The answer? Cheryl would
rummage through my clothing
and find something to wear.
Then, dressed in my togs, absent


makeup and hair spray, she'd
face strangers, traveling com-
panions, who'd soon become
friends.
There are times when my
feminine side comes in handy
This was one of them. My sweet-
heart selected a pink shirt and a
pair of baggy shorts. It wasn't a
highly fashionable ensemble
but, as always, she was as cute as
could be.
The next afternoon, we went
shopping and spent a sack full of
euros. A few hours later, her lug-
gage was delivered. Thus, 2 days
into our adventure, Cheryl had
more than enough stuff to fully
enjoy the trip. We would see
many fascinating things, but
nothing would be more impres-
sive to me than my wife's atti-
tude when she arrived in
Hellenas with nothing but a
handbasket!

Fred Brannen is an
Inverness resident and
Chronicle columnist.


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Damage control
Foley now claims a Catholic
priest sexually abused him
when he was a young boy, but
refuses to name him. Until he
does, we have to assume it's
damage control and we should
ignore the allegations. I hope
the FBI nails him and he's put
away for a very long time. I'm a
Republican, but I can't con-
done this kind of behavior by
anyone.
Things to remember
For years, all we've heard is
the conservative right wing say-
ing Bill Clinton did this, Bill
Clinton did that, and it's all Bill
Clinton's fault. Well, get ready,
because what goes around
comes around. On Nov. 7,


remember these names:
DeLay, Cunningham, Abramoff,
Hastert, Foley. And while you're
at it, remember the 16-cent gas
tax, high property taxes and,
oh yes, the deplorable mess in
Iraq. Don't forget the doughnut
hole in the prescription drug
program and the tax rebate to
the wealthy. Where's the $100
Jeb Bush promised each of us
to help with thd high cost of
insurance? It's time to say
enough is enough.
Coming around
What goes around comes
around. Republicans spent mil-
lions condemning Democrats
for the Monica nonsense.
Although no one died and no
one was molested, they tried to


impeach Clinton. Five years of
Republican mismanagement, in
which people have been dying
and the country's assets are
squandered, was just about
ignored by the media. But the
Republican Party is now paying
for a sex scandal. The media
feels the public doesn't under-
stand anything but sex, but this
time it works out to the
Democrats' advantage.
Sinking ship
So the U.S. rep of this dis-
trict is now distancing herself
from her previous buddies as a
result of the Mark Foley mess.
Reminds one of the rats run-
ning from a sinking ship. Must
be that politicians think we are
all idiots.


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Wrong direction
I'd like to say that I agree
with Charlie Gatto, the coach of
the girls' soccer team, in
response to the drug testing
that the school wants to do on
the athletes. I feel like Charlie
Gatto; I think that everyone
should be tested. I think chil-
dren that are high school stu-
dents that do athletics are your
least likely kids to do drugs.
They would not be able to keep
up with the stamina that they
need to do the workouts.
Teachers should be tested.
Their performance is much
more important than worrying
about having a level playing
field on the field and teams.
We're looking in the wrong
direction. These kids are the
least likely to have drug prob-
lems.


Test them all
I'm calling about the drug
testing in schools. I am not
opposed to random drug test-
ing in schools, but I don't know
why they can single out only
one group in the schools, such
as the athletes. All students,
coaches, volunteers and teach-
ers should also be randomly
drug tested.
Weekly schedule
I was reading about they're
wanting to drug test the kids
for drugs. What I want to know
is if the administration, from
Sam Himmel down all the way
to the teachers and the staff,
are they drug tested randomly
weekly, not just for hiring, not
just one urine test to get hired?
I mean testing weekly, random-
ly, probably 30 teachers out of


the district. Because, I mean, if
we could save one teacher even
from being a drug addict, think
of how good that would be and
how much better the teachers
would be for the students and
the example they would set.
But I think if they're going to
drug test students, they need
to be drug testing the whole
staff, from the administration
on down. They all should be
randomly drug tested weekly,
like most other jobs. They
shouldn't be exempt at all.
Unfair practice
I'd like to know why the stu-
dent athletes in the high
schools are the ones singled
out for drug testing. They're
the ones that are least likely to
abuse drugs. I'd like an answer
to that question.


Sound OFF


Editorial wrong
Pontificating; pusillanimous, pathetic,
patronizing, condescending, outrageous; and
most unconscionable of all for a newspaper:
inaccurate. Those are just a few of the words
that easily come to mind when viewing the edi-.
torial concerning Yankeetown you had the
audacity to publish on Sept 26.
There's not one paragraph that represents
the truth. As usual, you didn't check the facts.
One example: the mayor's slot is not on the
Oct 31 ballot. Another: The last three resigna-
tions you lamented were orchestrated to incite
the media and were, in fact, irrelevant to the
continuity of our town. A newspaper is sup-
posed to be the champion of rule by law, yet
you allow that two break-ins are related. Who
has any evidence on those break-ins? Did your
information come from the sheriff's office, or
did you, like everything else in the piece, make
it up?
You dare to lecture on majority rule when
the recent election was a landslide in a record
turnout, especially considering it is summer-
time. Over 90 percent of the absentee ballots
went to the victors. Ditto on civility; now that
the demeaning and disrupting mayor has quit
(for which we are all grateful), town meetings
are cordial and open, where everyone who
wishes to can speak Come on down! I could go
on, but you get the point.
The people of Yankeetown are quite capable
of managing their own affairs, thank you very
much, once the new government that actually
represents them gets settled in. I'm still wait-
ing for the first time a Chronicle reporter actu-
ally sets foot in Yankeetown and actually talks
to someone other than the disgraced, recently
resigned mayor.
Shame, shame on the Chronicle.
Edward Candela
Yankeetown

Day attack
Once more, another senseless attack on
Marilyn Day in the Chronicle in which the
writer says he has had enough of Day's well-
written, poorly researched lies. Nowhere does
the author clue the reader as to what lies are
being perpetrated by Day. As I have stated in a
previous letter, Day's political and historical
facts are accurate I taught political science
for 25 years politics and history have
become a part of my being.
Mr. Sanservino continues with blatant false-
hoods: "Enough of accusing the president of
lying to go to war; nobody really believes that."
Really! What polls has Sanservino been read-
ing? Get real, sir! Nearly 60 percent of the pop-
ulation believe President Bush lied to us in his
desire to go to war.
Furthermore, Mr. Sanservino said he had
enough about people saying this administra-
tion is corrupt and incompetent. Has he not
heard of lobbyist Jack Abramoff who lined the
pockets of a number of Republican congress-
men? Has he not heard of the border debacle,
selling port security contracts to Moslem coun-
tries, trying to weaken Social Security, giving
tax breaks to the rich, allowing the middle
class to falter and erode to a lower class? As
for Hurricane Katrina, no one blames him for
an act of nature. What he is being blamed for is
how slow he and his administration reacted to
the disaster. I equate Bush playing golf in
California while New Orleans was being
destroyed by Katrina with Nero playing the fid-
dle while Rome burned.


Indeed, enough is enough of these innuen-
dos, lies and rude statements being passed off
as facts. Shame on you,. sir.
L. M. Eastman
Lecanto

Slam spam
Spam, since World War II, has been a fine
canned meat to eat However, "computer
spam" is a highly indigestible nuisance that is
nothing but garbage.
One man in Australia is being investigated
for sending spam to 2 billion e-mail users
around the world.
According to wire reports, "Under
Australia's 2003 anti-spam law, Australian resi-
dents who send unsolicited commercial e-
mails ... are subject to penalties ranging from
about $164,000 per day for first-time offenders
to corporate offenders to about $823,000."
Finding 40 to 50 spam e-mails on my comput-
er some days makes me wish the United States
would follow Australia's example, and make
distributors of spam garbage pay for its dispos-
al.
William C. Young
Crystal River

Other opinions
A frequent contributor to the "letters to the
editor" is astounded by my lack of loyalty to
our service personnel. This implies that any--
one who is not against the war in Iraq is also
disloyal to our troops.

This is far from the truth. Every day, I pray
that we win this war and bring the troops
home. It's also evident that her opinions and
those who agree with her are the only ones
that are valid. Each of us has our own opinions
and letter writing will not change them, so this
is my final letter on the subject I have neither
the time nor inclination to get into a name-call-
ing contest.
Tim Donovan
Inverness

Time for hug
Beverly Wiskow, over in Inverness, really
needs a hug. Volunteers?
Norman L. Casper
Homosassa Springs

Drug prices
The administration and the media are doing
a great job of getting our citizens to think only
about Iraq and terror and hopefully forget
about all domestic issues.
But, the 2007 Medicare Part D plan is to be
announced Nov. 15 and everyone in the coun-
try (except the drug companies) thinks that the
prices of all drugs should be reduced at least
to what Canada sells them here.
That would be the price used to compute
when a recipient gets to the "doughnut hole"
and what they pay while in it.
This Congress passed this bill, and I think
they should be held accountable for making
this change before the November election. As I
understand it, this will save the government a
lot of money, too.
Also, remember that it is costing a lot more
than we were told that it would.
Jack R. Ritchey
Crystal Rivet


War funding
Social Security is in the news
again. Government plans to cut
back on benefits for the very
people who worked all their lives
paying taxes. Elected officials
are at a loss on how to fund the
program, but came up with bil-
lions of dollars to fund a war.
Wordy amendment
I have just completed my
absentee ballot for the Nov. 7
election. On the ballot, you're
requested to vote for eight pro-
posed amendments to the
State Constitution. The pro-
posed Amendment No. 1 con-
tains 121 words in one sen-
tence. Anyone reading this that
knows what they're voting for
must be a genius. I would think
the person that wrote it doesn't


even know what it says. I think
this is a disgrace to put a 121-
word amendment in when
we're voting for the State
Constitution.
Doctor visits
In Tuesday's newspaper, the
doctors write that we should
go see doctors if we're not
feeling well. That's the easy
way to find cancer and other
diseases early. My doctor is in
Lecanto. I haven't seen him in
three years because every time
I go, I see a nurse practitioner.
My dermatologist is in
Lecanto; haven't seen him in
three years. Every time I go, I
see a D.A. Nurse practitioners
misdiagnosed my disease and
sent me to the wrong special-
ist. The D.A. missed a cancer
and I had to have surgery in


another dermatologist's office.
So what's the use of going to
the doctor? They treat us like
customers, not patients any-
more. Maybe if they'd slow
down and treat everybody like
a patient, we'd go to them for
early diagnosis.
Market tips
I'm calling about the Sound
Off today, "Dow means little."
If that guy who said that
stopped whining, then he
might spend a little bit more
time thinking about investing,
thinking about the money to
protect his family's future.
Then he might be better off.
You don't have to be rich to get
into the stock market. You can
do it at any level. People like
that would rather sit around
and cry and blame the rich.


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Reading this morning's
paper, I see where the impact
fee (may go up) for some peo-
ple to $16,000. This is ridicu-
lous. Quit padding the big
shots' pockets. People need to
do something about this and
do something about it now.
Same rates
Why should law enforcement
and EMS workers pay such
reduced impact fees? Why
can't they pay the same as
everyone else? After all, they
are getting a huge pay raise
and will end up making more
than the average worker in the
county. Not to mention the fact
that they use their patrol vehi-
cles for personal use as if they
own them. And who knows
what other fringe benefits they
receive that the public does not
know about. They are people


like everyone else and I don't
think that they should be
receiving special reductions,
especially since no one else is.
and maybe then things will be
more equitable and stable. Our
government officials should be
thinking of ways to attract
industry and businesses to the
area to offset some of the
escalating property taxes and
the cost associated with
progress and growth instead of
deterring it by imposing these
obscene fees. If they cannot do
this, then maybe it's time that
they put a freeze on construc-
tion projects until they can fig-
ure out a better way.

Heavy burden
The poor and the young are
not going to be able to get new
homes because the county is
going crazy with their impact
fees. Some are going to be


heavily taxed for a new water
system, ala Chassahowitzka,
where I did not know well water
was a pollutant. Then will come
the sewer system to many
more thousands. Proposed
impact fees will be more than
five times what they were just
three years ago. I feel now that
all Citrus County politicians, in
spite of their announced party
affiliations, are nothing more
than tax-and-spend liberals.
The eight voting members of
my family will remember this
come Election Day.

Stymie growth
It was only a couple years ago
that the county commission, in
their unsophisticated wisdom,
raised the impact fees on single-
family residences from about
$3,000 to nearly $7,000. Today
I read in the newspaper that
they are considering raising


them now from that nearly
$7,000 to nearly $17,000. What
an absurd idea this is. This will
do nothing but stymie the
growth. Those companies that
are starting to build houses here
now are hit with an impact fee of
$10,000 more. Guess who pays
the price? The buyer who goes to
buy the house.
The county commission says
they would like to have low-
income housing. There is no
more low-income housing
because of what you have
done, taking the impact fees
from $3,000 which was too
high and proposing to raise
them all the way to $17,000.
You are just stymieing the
growth here for the county.
Maybe that's your desire; you
don't want anyone else to move
here. You don't really want
building to go on, so this is
your way of stopping it.


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are doing something that is
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through the cracks in your
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Blocking view
This is in response to a
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build 6-foot privacy fence, that
-- I must be doing something ille-
gal. The reason I wanted a 6-
foot privacy fence is so I don't
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really floats your boat that you
can't see what I'm doing. Hah.
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Chronicle and I have an answer


to a person's question. It's
"Who needs privacy." To the
person with the 6-foot privacy
fence: Why would you want a 6-
foot fence unless you were
doing something illegal? Well, I
have an answer for you. If
you're the person's neighbor,
they're probably putting up the
6-foot fence to keep their nosy
neighbor out. Why don't you
mind your own business. You
didn't pay for the fence, so it
shouldn't be any of your con-
cern.
Something to hide?
This question is to the caller
worried if the person with the
6-foot privacy fence has any-
thing to hide: Do you have
locks on your doors or curtains
on your windows? What do you
have to hide?
Out of sight
Not all people who have 6-
foot fences are doing some-


thing illegal. Some of us have
6-foot privacy fences so that we
can sit in our yard without our
neighbors watching all the time
every time we try to have priva-
cy.
Great security
In today's Sound Off, Oct.
11, someone said that if you
have a 6-foot privacy fence
around your property, you
must be doing something ille-
gal. Well, first of all, my 6-foot
privacy fence has been around
my property for more than 20
years and I get along fine with
my neighbors. Then again, my
fence is for, duh, privacy. It also
keeps out critters, it's great for
security and, most of all, it
keeps my nosy neighbors out
of my business. Oh, and by the
way, it's legal.
Protecting 'smile'
I have a privacy fence around
my back yard. When I'm work-


ing in my back yard I usually
wear my plumber's pants and,
in this day and age, with cam-
era phones and digital cam-
eras, my "smile" could be on
the Internet around the world
in just one flash. Thank you
very much, but I like my priva-
cy fence just fine.
Skinny dipping
This is to the person com-
plaining about the high fences,
wondering why people need
high fences ... I like high fences
because I have a pool and I like
to swim and lay out in the buff
now and then. No. 2, my dog
can stay inside his fence and
then a person like her won't
complain that he's coming over
and doing his business in her
yard. No. 3, I, along with many
other people, just like my priva-
cy and don't like my next-door
neighbors staring at me while
I'm trying to lay out and enjoy
my house. So, simple as that.


Movie shows bias
- I wish to lodge a complaint against
S- -ABC/Disney for misrepresenting our recent
- national tragedy, 9/11, with its thinly veiled
w partisan smear movie "The Path to
9/11."
I would go so far as to say that because of
the virtual handover of airtime with no
S commercials, this is tantamount to a cam-
paign contribution, which is outside the
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reform law.
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Rough riders
To quote George Bernard Shaw, "The
power of accurate observation is often
called cynicism by those who haven't got it"
Thus, can you imagine that it is with the
S*- utmost respect that I congratulate the plan-
ners and managers of Citrus County! You
- have managed to move the county forward,
-* while at the same time retaining the quaint
feeling, some would call it roughness, the
- county has enjoyed since inception.
For example, the newly constructed por-
tions of County Road 486 Norvell Bryant
are wide, curbed, divided and just as
rough and bumpy as the old, potholed road
that is being replaced. Please, everyone,
enjoy the experience. Just drive it east-
bound from Annapolis Road to Croft Ave-
nue at the legal speed, and you won't need
. to reminisce about how the old road felt
-* But I know the planning and inspection
S staffs of Citrus County have a plan to
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ride on 486. There is another inch of


Letters to the EDITOR


paving yet to go down. It will gloss over the
many patches, dips and inappropriate
slopes currently built into the new road.
Sadly, this county plan will give us a
smooth road for a week or month. But fear
not, the quaintness of Citrus County will
soon reappear. As a road is built below,
that is the way the surface will soon go!
Whom do I thank for either the superb
cooperation between departments or for
the outstanding planning that has left the
Croft Avenue traffic light pole standing like
a gendarme in the middle of eastbound
construction for more than a year? I realize
road builders like to work in straight lines
across distances. But there is absolutely no
way this delayed removal of the old traffic
pole could be costing us money.
I am not a cynic, but if this were in
New York City or Washington, D.C., I'd
suspect someone was waiting for a little
folding green paper hand grease. And
that is also quaint
Karl Sanger
Hernando

Governments protect
May we hope that the editorial board of
the Chronicle will finally enforce its ruling
that only three letters per person per month
are allowed, and that we will have some
respite from the meanderings of Mrs. Day,
who has managed to have her efforts pub-
lished three times in the past two weeks.
Today's diatribe does, however, deserve
to be refuted. I believe that the United
States was involved in two shows of force
in 1912, one in China to protect its citizens
from the ravages of the Boxer Rebellion
and one in Cuba to protect American inter-
ests. This is what governments are for To
say that they bombed civilians is mind bog-
gling since the paper and wire an planes of


that era were incapable of carrying such
weapons. The first recorded case of civil-
ian bombing was Guernica in Northern
Spain, when Hitler sent his infant
Luftwaffe on a target practice mission.
Now Mrs. Day declares that the U.S. is
using nuclear weapons in Iraq. This is the
height of absurdity, since the fallout would
affect our own troops. Enough said. I think
it is time she ceased to subscribe to the
subversive publications that provide her
with an inexhaustible supply of claptrap.
They would even appear to have affect-
ed her grammar. You do not depose of a
government, you either dispose of it or
depose it
Ann Rogers
Inverness

Caught in a web
This is not the first time certain Crystal
River council members have been caught
in a web of untruths. Fortunately, it is
being made more public. Not all council
members have resorted to this mode of
operation, but these people are supposed
to lead the city. Lead the city into what?
Destruction will be the end result, which is
where the City of Crystal River is headed.
We should remember the tactics and an-
tics of these people when we go to the polls
to vote. The decisions which resulted in
spending beyond the budget (lawsuits). The
overall lack of leadership with intelligence.
Our current mayor has been able to keep
the council meetings civil and with deco-
rum. He has repeatedly brought good,
sound ideas to the council and has repeat-
edly been ignored or rebuffed. Now the at-
tempts to discredit him. Where will it end?
Claire A. Titus
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Equipment needed
Yes, I've noticed a lot of
Sound Off with people calling
in complaining about Sheriff
Dawsy buying a helicopter, buy-
ing personnel carriers, things
of that nature. We need these
for the safety. Maybe these
poor children in Pennsylvania,
the Amish in Nickel Mines, Pa.,
thought they were safe, too.
Unfortunately, there are crack-
pots everywhere. We need all
the equipment the sheriff can
get for our safety. As a retired
firefighter from a large eastern
city, I've seen all kinds of
crime. I've also traveled exten-
sively; I've been to 44 states.
I've seen small fire depart-
ments and small police depart-
ments and their equipment.
People, we need it. If you don't
think we need it, then obviously
you're living in a sheltered


world. You have no idea what
goes on in the real world. Just
because you read a few things
in the paper doesn't make you
an expert. Sheriff Dawsy,
you're doing a good job. Keep
up the work, and I thank you
and your sheriff's (deputies) for
all their hard work.
Reason for pride
This is to the (person) who
didn't think Dawsy needed a
helicopter. Better read
"Manhunt," on the front page
today. I think we'd better be
proud of our Citrus County
Sheriff's (Office).
Job well done
I'm calling about the person
who seems to keep complain-
ing about the police. Recently,
they were complaining about
the cost of the sheriff's heli-
copter and how the taxpayers


were going to have to pay for
this. Well, I'd like for that per-
son to read Oct. 6's paper,
today's paper, where the
deputies captured a triple
homicide (suspect). After the
chase, the man fled into the
woods and, in part, it says that
the sheriff's office helicopter
arrived and spotted McKenzie
and directed the ground search
that closed in on him. Then
later in the article, it said that
without the helicopter, you
know, they might not have been
able to apprehend him and it
played a big part. Now this
man was very dangerous, had
been running, hijacking cars.
No telling how many people's
lives it possibly could have
saved or people that he may
have injured along the way if
they hadn't caught him. So this
person should really stop com-
plaining about the police.


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Fabric softener
For the love bugs that they
talk about: Bounce or any fab-
ric softener sheet would take
the love bugs off of a vehicle.
Try paste wax
I'm calling about the person
who wanted to know about how
to get love bugs off their vehi-
cle. First of all, they wanted to
know how long they leave them
on before they get them off. You
have to remove them as soon
as you can because they'll start
eating into your paint right
away. And if they have been on
there, the best thing I've ever
found to get them off is a paste
wax. You have to rub it and rub
hard and it will take them off
and it will also leave a protec-
tive coat to help future bugs to
not stick as bad.
Wipe right off
I'm reading in this morning's
paper about removing the love
bugs from your car. If you rub
Rain-X on your car, the bugs


Consenting adults
This Sound Off is in
response to Cokie and Steven
Roberts' "Other Voices." One
cannot compare the Mark
Foley incident with the priest
incident, with President
Clinton's relationship with an
adult female. She wasn't a
child, she wasn't a minor, she
wasn't a little boy or little girl.
She was an adult.
Voting machines
I am concerned about the
lack of media attention to the
great possibility of error
and/or manipulation in the
people's voting machines.
Information on this is only
found on Web sites and books,
but not in newspapers, televi-
sion or radio.
Rotten apples
Well, the people have spo-
ken. In the poll in the Chronicle
about testing the students for
drug use for after-school pro-
grams, the athletes, and for
anything after school, 55 per-
cent of the people said if
you're going to do students, do
all the whole school staff. They
should be testing Sam Himmel
on down randomly, weekly.
They should test so many
teachers at every school and
then we can get rid of some of
the rotten apples. And don't
think there aren't some rotten
apples in the teaching bag and
in administration and the


will wash right off, wipe right
off. Rain-X is made to put on
your windshield so that the
bugs won't stick to it. Also, I
rub it on the paint over the
windshield and also on my
bumper and on my fenders,
wherever the bugs would hit
the front of your car. If you rub
that Rain-X on, the bugs will
wipe right off. It works very
good. I've been using it for sev-
eral years.
Sponge with netting
In removing love bugs from
your car, I found that the best
way is to hook up your garden
hose and wet that windshield
or the front, wherever they are,
and then use a sponge
enclosed in netting. You can
buy them almost anywhere...
But I sure wouldn't leave them
on, leave the bugs on too long.
I'd try and get after it right
away. Then put some Rain-X on
your car on the front where all
the bugs hit. Put Rain-X on it
and the bugs bounce off and
all you get is the white stuff, so


whole thing there, because
there's known to be rotten
apples in every group every-
where. And if they're going to
do the students, they need to
be the ones to step up to the
plate first, the teachers ... As a
matter of fact, Sam Himmel
ought to be the first one ... and
then set the example.
Palm trees preferred
I'm calling about our nice
four-laned (U.S.) 41 South and
the plants. They look beautiful,
but I really think they should
have put palm trees there. That
would have been so much bet-
ter. You know, the crepe myr-
tles are nice, but not in the
middle of the street. So maybe
they can change it and put the
beautiful palm trees. That
would be lovely.
Stop drunk driving
Since there are so many
drunk driving accidents, isn't it
time we raised the drinking age
to 21 and the driving age to
18? There is no reason why the
young can't ride bikes or go on
mopeds to school or work.
There would be fewer acci-
dents. Keep the kids in school
by having the first two years of
college a must, or a year of
service before leaving school,
rich and poor alike. Young stu-
dents and parents should
demand this of their education
system even if they have to do
it by a big protest. Time to do


it's not as bad. I hope this
helps you.
Dryer sheets
I'm responding to the caller
regarding the love bug removal.
My husband uses used dryer
sheets. They come off easily
from the windshield, but you
need a little bit more effort to
get them off the vehicle itself,
but it does work great.
Baking soda
... It's baking soda that you
use to remove the love bugs
from the car.
Spray moisturizer
I saw the item about love
bugs. I've been here for 20
years and I was dealing with
Skin So Soft for many years. I
put them all over the grate of
the front of my car, also
around the windows. On a
paper towel, sort of a wet
paper towel, rub it all over,
even your windows. That keeps
the love bugs away from it.
They can't stand the smell.


something.
Editor's note: The drinking age
currently is 21.
Bicycle registration
This is information about
bicycle registration. I moved to
Jacksonville in 1936. At that
time, you took your bicycle to
the police department. They
registered your bicycle and
stamped the number on parts
of your bike. You were given a
tag for your bike. -
Outlasts World War II
Nineteen soldiers killed so
far in October and we go about
our daily activities as if we are
not at war. Does anybody care?
This war in Iraq is now longer
than World War II and no end
in sight. Does anybody care?
Smoky cars
This is for all you smokers
who want to smoke in your car
but you stick your hand out the
window and hold your cigarette
out there because you don't
want to get the smoke in your
car. Let me tell you, I'm an ex-
smoker and I quit smoking in
mj vehicles because I know it
smelled nasty. What I would do
is be patient and if I needed a
cigarette, I would stop out
somewhere, have myself a
smoke and then continue on
my way. Even then you still
make your car smell like
smoke because it's on your
clothes. So just don't smoke in
your car.


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Internet designer, school admin-
istrator and stay-at-home mom
public relations specialist all
ran to the front of the boat with
the baby and the four dogs. I was
left behind to deal with the dis-
gruntled family of wasps and the
Crystal River police officer who
by now was wishing he had
pulled over some other boat
So as I fought off the wasps
and handed out the life jackets
to my less-than-brave family
members who were crowded up
front and whose combined
weight was threatening to flip
the boat
To my chagrin, the first two
life preservers I pulled out were
ruled ineligible.
"They no longer meet current
regulations," said the officer
I found seven other life jack-
ets and it soon became apparent
that we would be one short
"You know, it's my brother's
birthday," said the Ph.D. in
health communications. She
was using her highly trained
skills to try to produce guilt in
the police officer for disrupting


VOTE
Continued from Page 1C

Top ten reasons
1 In honor of those in our mil-
itary who courageously fight
wars and our law enforcement
officers, firefighters and emer-
gency workers who respond to
our needs and defend the peace
at home. Those who sacrifice
their personal well-being in the
name of our safety and security
deserve our respect Voting is a
way of giving them and their
families our vote of confidence
in their heroism.
2. In honor of those who strug-
gled for civil rights, women's suf-
fri-age, immigrant rights and the
ideals of justice for all whose
diverse voices are essential for
our nation's moral health and
community vitality. Freedom
needs affirmation. Voting is a
way to assure that our rights are
protected by strengthening the
voices of those for whom rights
are sacred and need to be
defended.
3. To be a good example to our
children and grandchildren by
exercising the right to vote as a
symbol of our faith in democra-
cy By voting, we send a signal of
the importance of the choices
we as adults make to secure a
better future for ourselves, for
our children and generations
who will follow.
4. Voting is our society's great
equalizer No matter our station
in life, income or social status,
every citizen 18 and older has
the same power of one vote.


our boat ride. The University of
Florida apparently does not
teach its graduates that police
officers don't have guilt
"Happy birthday," said the
cop as he began to write a ticket
"Under what statute did you
pull us over in the first place,"
asked the highly trained lawyer.
The University of Miami appar-
ently doesn't teach its law grad-
uates that cops can sense a
defense lawyer even if he's in
his bathing suit, and they dislike
them just as much as the three-
piece-suit variety And they love
to give them and their family
members tickets.
He just looked at the lawyer
and smiled.
A wasp landed on the officer's
shoulder and I thought about
smacking it Then I had visions
of being led off in handcuffs. I
decided to let disgruntled wasps
do what disgruntled wasps do.
I got a $65 ticket and a lecture
about what would happen if I
ignored the ticket None of the
consequences sounded good.
That might have been the end
of it But it wasn't
Instead, when we returned to
the dock, the lawyer, the school
administrator, the Ph.D. in bio-
mechanics, the Ph.D. in health


5 Pollsters do not determine
who wins elections; voters do.
Predicting the outcome of elec-
tions, especially close ones, is at
best an inexact science. Pollsters
and political pundits have their
roles, but like each of us, they
only have one vote.
6. Elections should not be
about negative ads, they should
be about the options we all have
to promote positive policy
actions. Voting for candidates in
whom we believe, and for or
against ballot initiatives we
know will affect our future, is a
perfect counterbalance to the
flood of negativity polluting the
airwaves and mailboxes.
7. Voting is now more conven-
ient than ever Early voting and
mail-in balloting are options
which can avoid the frustration
of lines on November 7th.
Florida voters may visit
http://election.dos. state.
fl.us/index.html and click to
learn more about the options for
voting available this year Voters
in other states have similar
access to elections information
to facilitate efficient and effec-
tive voting practices.
8. It's important to be an
informed voter. Pay attention to
news reports and editorials
about the campaigns. Voting
gives all us the chance to make
our opinions known in the pub-
lic policy arena. While how we
vote is confidential, the fact that
we have voted, or failed to vote,
is public record. Elected offi-
cials know which individuals
and demographic groups are
voting, and we who vote are
therefore more likely to be influ-
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communications, the Internet
artist, the fireman, the stay-at-
home mom public relations spe-
cialist, the baby and the four
dogs all went into the house
while I cleaned up. Cleaning up
included putting all the life pre-
servers back in the hatch where
the wasps once lived.
And, sure enough, there were
two dog vests, one baby vest, two
illegal life preservers and eight
adult life preserves.
I counted them again, and
sure enough we had a life pre-
server on board for each occu-
pant
So there we were, a house-
hold with an extraordinary
number of highly trained and
highly educated individuals,
and we could not successfully
count to eight
For this crime, I mailed my
$65 fine to the City of Crystal
River and pleaded guilty as
charged. If we couldn't count to
eight, we deserved the penalty.
I wonder if my photo is going
to be hung up in the post office?

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


ers are voiceless, and by not par-
ticipating, can become victims of
their neglect
9. Regret is preventable.
November 8th is one day too
late, and "could have, should
have" are sorry alternatives to
acting. Have a "no excuses" atti-
tude by committing to vote, ask
others to join us in voting, and
promote a positive approach to
making a difference among fam-
ily, friends and colleagues.
10. Be part of making history
Because every indicator points
to the prospect that the 2006
election will suffer from an
extremely low turnout, every
vote is even more important As
a Floridian, I know how close
elections can be. Being a partici-
pant in affecting history gives
each of us a sense of pride in
democracy and the power to
touch the future.
Democracy is a team sport,
and spectators don't count
I implore you to assist the
effort to make 2006 a year when
powerful voices make a signifi-
cant difference in the life of our
nation and our communities.
"Never doubt that, a small
group of committed citizens can
change the world.
In fac4 it's the only thing that
ever has."
Margaret Mead, anthro-
pologist
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4Generations Institute, has
been a professional family
policy advocate for 28 years.
He may be reached at
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paper, I see where the impact
fee (may go up) for some peo-
ple to $16,000. This is ridicu-
lous. Quit padding the big
shots' pockets. People need to
do something about this and
do something about it now.
Same rates


Why should law enforcement
and EMS workers pay such
reduced impact fees? Why
can't they pay the same as
everyone else? After all, they
are getting a huge pay raise
and will end up making more
than the average worker in the
county. Not to mention the fact
that they use their patrol vehi-
cles for personal use as if they
own them. And who knows
what other fringe benefits they
receive that the public does not
know about. They are people


like everyone else and I don't
think that they should be
receiving special reductions,
especially since no one else is.
and maybe then things will be
more equitable and stable. Our
government officials should be
thinking of ways to attract
industry and businesses to the
area to offset some of the
escalating property taxes and
the cost associated with
progress and growth instead of
deterring it by imposing these
obscene fees. If they cannot do
this, then maybe it's time that
they put a freeze on construc-
tion projects until they can fig-
ure out a better way.

Heavy burden
The poor and the young are
not going to be able to get new
homes because the county is
going crazy with their impact
fees. Some are going to be


heavily taxed for a new water
system, ala Chassahowitzka,
where I did not know well water
was a pollutant. Then will come
the sewer system to many
more thousands. Proposed
impact fees will be more than
five times what they were just
three years ago. I feel now that
all Citrus County politicians, in
spite of their announced party
affiliations, are nothing more
than tax-and-spend liberals.
The eight voting members of
my family will remember this
come Election Day.

Stymie growth
It was only a couple years ago
that the county commission, in
their unsophisticated wisdom,
raised the impact fees on single-
family residences from about
$3,000 to nearly $7,000. Today
I read in the newspaper that
they are considering raising


them now from that nearly
$7,000 to nearly $17,000. What
an absurd idea this is. This will
do nothing but stymie the
growth. Those companies that
are starting to build houses here
now are hit with an impact fee of
$10,000 more. Guess who pays
the price? The buyer who goes to
buy the house.
The county commission says
they would like to have low-
income housing. There is no
more low-income housing
because of what you have
done, taking the impact fees
from $3,000 which was too
high and proposing to raise
them all the way to $17,000.
You are just stymieing the
growth here for the county.
Maybe that's your desire; you
don't want anyone else to move
here. You don't really want
building to go on, so this is
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build 6-foot privacy fence, that
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gal. The reason I wanted a 6-
foot privacy fence is so I don't
have to look at you. And that
really floats your boat that you
can't see what I'm doing. Hah.
Just keep out


to a person's question. It's
"Who needs privacy." To the
person with the 6-foot privacy
fence: Why would you want a 6-
foot fence unless you were
doing something illegal? Well, I
have an answer for you. If
you're the person's neighbor,
they're probably putting up the
6-foot fence to keep their nosy
neighbor out. Why don't you
mind your own business. You
didn't pay for the fence, so it
shouldn't be any of your con-
cern.
Something to hide?
This question is to the caller
.worried if the person with the
6-foot privacy fence has any-
thing to hide: Do you have
locks on your doors or curtains
on your windows? What do you
have to hide?
Out of sight


I was just reading the Not all people who have 6-
- Chronicle and I have an answer foot fences are doing some-


Movie shows bias
I wish to lodge a complaint against
- ABC/Disney for misrepresenting our recent
- national tragedy, 9/11, with its thinly veiled
partisan smear movie "The Path to
- 9/11."


.- I would go so far as to say that because of
the virtual handover of airtime with no
S - commercials, this is tantamount to a cam-
paign contribution, which is outside the
.-. parameters of the campaign finance
reform law.
" I believe that it is your responsibility to
S- investigate the accounting of this particu-
S" lar production.


Jeannine Brewer
Beverly Hills


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Rough riders
To quote George Bernard Shaw, "The
power of accurate observation is often
a called cynicism by those who haven't got it"
Thus, can you imagine that it is with the
utmost respect that I congratulate the plan-
ners and managers of Citrus County! You
- have managed to move the county forward,
while at the same time retaining the quaint
feeling, some would call it roughness, the
county has enjoyed since inception.
For example, the newly constructed por-
tions of County Road 486 Norvell Bryant
are wide, curbed, divided and just as
rough and bumpy as the old, potholed road
that is being replaced. Please, everyone,
enjoy the experience. Just drive it east-
bound from Annapolis Road to Croft Ave-
nue at the legal speed, and you won't need
to reminisce about how the old road felt


o a 0 ,


.- But I know the planning and inspection
C staffs of Citrus County have a plan to
smooth over the well-constructed rough
ride on 486. There is another inch of


thing illegal. Some of us have
6-foot privacy fences so that we
can sit in our yard without our
neighbors watching all the time
every time we try to have priva-
cy.
Great security
In today's Sound Off, Oct.
11, someone said that if you
have a 6-foot privacy fence
around your property, you
must be doing something ille-
gal. Well, first of all, my 6-foot
privacy fence has been around
my property for more than 20
years and I get along fine with
my neighbors. Then again, my
fence is for, duh, privacy. It also
keeps out critters, it's great for
security and, most of all, it
keeps my nosy neighbors out
of my business. Oh, and by the
-way, it's legal.
Protecting 'smile'
I have a privacy fence around
my back yard. When I'm work-


ing in my back yard I usually
wear my plumber's pants and,
in this day and age, with cam-
era phones and digital cam-
eras, my "smile" could be on
the Internet around the world
in just one flash. Thank you
very much, but I like my priva-
cy fence just fine.
Skinny dipping
This is to the person com-
plaining about the high fences,
wondering why people need
high fences ... I like high fences
because I have a pool and I like
to swim and lay out in the buff
now and then. No. 2, my dog
can stay inside his fence and
then a person like her won't
complain that he's coming over
and doing his business in her
yard. No. 3, I1, along with many
other people, just like my priva-
cy and don't like my next-door
neighbors staring at me while
I'm trying to lay out and enjoy
my house. So, simple as that.


Letters to the EDITOR


paving yet to go down. It will gloss over the
many patches, dips and inappropriate
slopes currently built into the new road.
Sadly, this county plan will give us a
smooth road for a week or month. But fear
not, the quaintness of Citrus County will
soon reappear As a road is built below,
that is the way the surface will soon go!
Whom do I thank for either the superb
cooperation between departments or for
the outstanding planning that has left the
Croft Avenue traffic light pole standing like
a gendarme in the middle of eastbound
construction for more than a year? I realize
road builders like to work in straight lines
across distances. But there is absolutely no
way this delayed removal of the old traffic
pole could be costing us money.
I am not a cynic, but if this were in
New York City or Washington, D.C., I'd
suspect someone was waiting for a little
folding green paper hand grease. And
that is also quaint
Karl Sanger
Hernando

Governments protect
May we hope that the editorial board of
the Chronicle will finally enforce its ruling
that only three letters per person per month
are allowed, and that we will have some
respite from the meanderings of Mrs. Day,
who has managed to have her efforts pub-
lished three times in the past two weeks.
Today's diatribe does, however, deserve
to be refuted. I believe that the United
States was involved in two shows of force
in 1912, one in China to protect its citizens
from the ravages of the Boxer Rebellion
and one in Cuba to protect American inter-
ests. This is what governments are for. To
say that they bombed civilians is mind bog-
gling since the paper and wire an planes of


that era were incapable of carrying such
weapons. The first recorded case of civil-
ian bombing was Guernica in Northern
Spain, when Hitler sent his infant
Luftwaffe on a target practice mission.
Now Mrs. Day declares that the U.S. is
using nuclear weapons in Iraq. This is the
height of absurdity, since the fallout would
affect our own troops. Enough said. I think
it is time she ceased to subscribe to the
subversive publications that provide her
with an inexhaustible supply of claptrap.
They would even appear to have affect-
ed her grammar You do not depose of a
government, you either dispose of it or
depose it
Ann Rogers
Inverness

Caught in a web
This is not the first time certain Crystal
River council members have been caught
in a web of untruths. Fortunately, it is
being made more public. Not all council
members have resorted to this mode of
operation, but these people are supposed
to lead the city. Lead the city into what?
Destruction will be the end result, which is
where the City of Crystal River is headed.
We should remember the tactics and an-
tics of these people when we go to the polls
to vote. The decisions which resulted in
spending beyond the budget (lawsuits). The
overall lack of leadership with intelligence.
Our current mayor has been able to keep
the council meetings civil and with deco-
rum. He has repeatedly brought good,
sound ideas to the council and has repeat-
edly been ignored or rebuffed. Now the at-
tempts to discredit him. Where will it end?
Claire A. Titus
Crystal River


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Chroniie-
lihe number of new home
perrmits issued in the
count continued to slide
in the third quarter oft
2006. Ltuiher reflecting
the slowdown that has atfflicted the
count's nee\\ home and resale nar-
kets this year
The number of permits f or single
f'amlil. homes this year \\as dow n
77 percent from the same period
last \ear: though to keep that iIn
perspective, it should be stated that
the third quarter of 21)005 sa\
l record numbers for Citrus (Counlt
In addition to being compared to
such a hot sales market, part of the
reason for the decline w\as also the
S fact that the number of permits inI
September 2005 \\as more than
double the monthly a\ erage as
some builders had tried to beat
both the end ol a grace period for
an impact tfee imposition and the
implementation of revisions to the
Florida Build ing Code
It \\as after the close of the third
quarter lat year that the new
home and real estate markets both
began to rapidly cool after a couple
oft ears ot escalating activity. B.1k
S the end of 2005, the market., had


begun to hit the brakes and both
hate been in the grip of a slo%\-
dow'n since, much the same as most
of the nation
Gara Maidlhof. director of the
coumnt\'s Development Ser' ices
Division, said because of the 2005
phenomenon, a
more accurate pic-
ture f thile market-s
is probably To
re\ ealed in the
2006 year-to-date was an
tfiutlres. w which NOW, W
show permits for
single tfairl. going 90
hones do" wn 51
percent from the hour, we
same period in
21105 to 60
And comparing
the current year to hour.
2004. which was a
good ear Maid hof
said. is probably dr
more realistic and Developmen
paints a dillfrent
picture. with the
ne\w home sale. dol-in only 20 per-
cent this vear compared to that
year
"To me, 2005 \\as an anomaly,"
Maidn irt said "Now\, w e're not
going 90 miles per hliour, we're back
to 60 miles per hour."
The total number of construction


permits issued \aF slightly higher
this year for the fi st three quarters
than for the same period in 2(104.
Maidhof said that renovations and
additions appeared to be taking the
place of some of the home permits
Gaston Hall. a longtime builder


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in the count, sa id
last week that
though predictions
call for a flat year
in 2007. the local
industryIT as hop-
ine to see some
rebound after the
first ot the .ear.
He feels this
area is better situ-
ated for quicker
recovery than the
metro areas to the
south. which saw
much worse infla-
tion of values and
have more colrect-
ine to do.
He said 200q4 le'-
els ne\t 1ear might


not be out of the question, but lihe
said w hat worries him and
everyone else in his industry in
Citrus is the looming threat of
increases in revised impact fees for
the count. \'hchich he said could
affect ho\w the market comes back.
He said hie has already seen


some residential and commercial
clients defer planned construction
or opt for renovatioll o01r addition
rat her tha n building beca use of the
expected increase in the fees.
The count- commissi-ion will take
tip a recommendation to sharply
increase the fees on new construe-
tion near the end of the year, or
just alter the New% Year
Another Citrus builder and
recent Citruis County Builders
Association president. Chuck
Sanders. agreed l ith Hall about
the threat of significantly higher
fees to the Citrus market.
"I'm a proponent of the fees," he
said. "but you have to ha'e a bal-
ance.
The effect on new homes and
businesses. especially smaller busi-
nesses. \'oul d ha e a ripple effect
through the Citrus economy, he
said, and just at a time when the
market was soft.
He telt the recovery to a normal
market w\as cotmin:, though it \%as
hard to tell % when. But he. too. felt
Citrus is well positioned because of
its beautiful area. its climate. loca-
tion, lo\\ crime, w ater resources
and good values, w hich will be rec-
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Workforce Connection
to host job fair
The One Stop Workforce
Connection will host a job fair from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday at the
Central Florida Community College
Citrus County Campus in Lecanto,
3800 S. Lecanto Highway.
Career seekers will have an
opportunity to apply on site with
local employers who are actively
recruiting for open positions.
The unemployment rate for
Florida in August 2006 was 3.3
percent, down from 3.6 percent a
year ago.
This indicates employers are in
desperate need of hiring qualified


help.
Candidates are encouraged to
preregister for the event at
www.clmworkforce.com in the cal-
endar of events section.
If you cannot attend the event,
but would like to submit a resume
for review, call the One Stop
Workforce Connection in Citrus
County at (352) 637-2223 or toll
free at (800) 434-JOBS.
Any business interested in
recruiting at the job fair should con-
tact Blaire Peterson at (352) 873-
7950, ext. 2217, or register online
at www.clmworkforce.com in the
calendar of events section.
Each year, approximately 1,500
businesses and 30,000 career


seekers received services through
the One Stop Workforce
Connection. Services include pro-
fessional and technical recruitment,
training, job fairs and financial
incentives.
Butler group relocates
corporate headquarters
John J. Butler, president of
Butler Financial Group LLC, is
proud to announce the acquisition
and relocation of the companies'
corporate headquarters. The new
office is strategically located to bet-
ter serve the needs of both resi-
dential and commercial borrowers
throughout Citrus County. It is in
the Executive Center, 7655 W.


Gulf-to-Lake Highway, Suite 8, in
Crystal River.
Butler Financial Group LLC is a
mortgage lender-broker that works
with hundreds of lenders around
the country to provide both resi-
dential and commercial borrowers
with creative financing options
specifically tailored to meet their
financial goals and objectives. The
company specializes in 100 per-
cent financing and can serve the
needs of most borrowers, including
those recently out of bankruptcy.
The company's new phone number
is 564-7000.
As a service to the community
the company provides free credit
reports and loan pre-qualifications


to individual and commercial bor-
rowers, as well as assisting bor-
rowers in credit repair.
The company's Web site at
www.butlergroup.com provides a
wealth of information to borrowers
including current interest rates and
financial calculators.
SCORE offers free
counseling services
The Citrus County SCORE
Chapter 646 offers free confidential
counseling services to new and
existing businesses in the county.
The counseling covers a range of
business-related topics.
For an appointment, call 621-
0775.


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.aIe Source:The Assoclatea Press Sales figureS are unofficial.


Name
AT&T Inc
AmSouth
BkofAm
BellSouth
CapCtyBk
Citigrp
Disney
EKodak
ExxonMbl
FPL Grp
FlaRock
FordM
GenElec
GnMotr
HomeDp
Intel
IBM


Wkly YTD
Div PE YId Last Chg %Chg
1.33 20 4.0 33.60 +1.82 +37.2
1.04 15 3.4 30.67 +.73 +17.0
2.24 13 4.1 54.39 +.15 +17.9
1.16 26 2.6 44.13 +2.20+62.8
.65 20 1.9 33.96 +2.62 -1.0
1.96 10 3.9 50.38 -.67 +3.8
.27 21 .9 31.11 -.23 +29.8
.50 ... 2.2 22.96 +.71 -1.9
1.28 11 1.9 68.40 +.88 +21.8
1.50 18 3.2 46.43 +.11 +11.7
.60 13 1.5 40.79 +3.14 -16.9
.25 ... ... 8.17 -.14 +5.8
1.00 22 2.8 35.98 -.16 +2.7
1.00 ... 3.0 32.99 +1.94 +69.9
.60 13 1.6 36.90 -.24 -8.8
.40 20 1.9 21.60 -+.97 -13.5
1.20 16 1.4 86.08 +2.94 +4.7


Lowes s
Microsoft
Motorola
Penney


Wkly YTD
Div PE YId Last Chg %Chg
.20 16 .6 30.95 +1.74 -7.1


1.4 28.37
.8 26.20
1.0 73.88


ProgrssEn 2.42
SearsHIdgs -.
SprintNex .10
TimeWarn .22
UniFirst .15
VerizonCm 1.62
Wachovia 2.24
WalMart .67
Walgrn .31


+.50 +8.5
+.56 +16.0
+2.80 +32.9
+.28 +2.3
+8.98 +49.4
-.69 -16.0
+.28 +9.3
+2.66 +14.3
+.25 +23.0
+.21 +6.8
+.14 +3.5
+1.72 +.3


52-Week Daily Wkly Wkly YTD
High Low Name Last Net Chg Net Chg % Chg % Chg
11,960.51 10,156.46 Dow Jones Industrials 11,960.51 +110.30 +.93+11.60 +16.26
5,013.67 3,550.55 Dow Jones Transportation 4,657.89 +88.06 +1.93 +11.01 +28.01
443.49 378.95 Dow Jones Utilities 435.16 +6.02 +1.40 +7.42 +10.43
8,653.57 7,211.14 NYSE Composite 8,645.50 +111.18 +1.30+11.50 +17.42
2,046.65 1,555.08 AMEX Index 1,902.87 +21.20 +1.13 +8.17 +17.48
2,375.54 2,012.78 Nasdaq Composite 2,357.29 +57.30 +2.49 +6.89 +14.16
1,366.63 1,168.20 S&P500 1,365.62 +16.04 +1.19 +9.40 +15.09
784.62 614.76 Russell 2000 762.65 +22.84 +3.09 +13.28 +20.45
13,707.91 11,630.20 Wilshire 5000 13,696.31 +201.48 +1.49 +9.42 +15.72


NEWWYORKSTOCK EXCnHANiGi


52-Wk YTD
Hi Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg %chg
A-B-C
14.85 6.92 ABB Ltd .09e 16 13.91 +.26 +43.1
8.50 7.31 ACM Inco .60 q 7.97 -.09 -3.7
21.48 14.45 AESCorp ... 15 17 20.77 +.42 +31.2
49.65 41.63 AFLAC .52 14 14 45.30 -.55 -2.4
40.00 32.23 AGLRes 1.48 14 14 37.13 +.57 +6.7
29.32 11.16 AMR ... dd 7 24.95 +.74 +12.2
74.20 43.50 ASA Ltd .90e q 58.00 +2.00 +5.4
33.76 21.75 AT&Tlnc 1.33 20 14 33.60 +1.82 +37.2
25.58 24.50 AT&T 20411.75 ...... 25.26 +.01 +0.7
38.92 26.70 AXA 1.75e 38.92 +1.12 +20.4
49.87 37.50 AbtLab 1.18 23 17 46.93 +1.04 +19,0
13.83 12.37 AdamsEx .86e q ... 13.82 +.21 +10.1
27.14 19.65 Adesa .30 17 15 24.09 -.01 -1.4
42.70 16.90 AMD ... 27 19 25.23 +1.22 -17.5
41.70 12.82 Agnicog .03 ... 29 32.10 +2.30 +62.4
10.85 6.72 Ahold ...... ... 10.36 -.18 +37.6
18.85 9.06 AirTran ., 39 12 10.55 +.31 -34.2
36.96 22.28 Alcoa .60 11 9 26.64 -1.10 -9.9
49.30 41.28 Allete 1.45 18 15 43.28 -.32 -1,6
13.48 11,88 AlWrld2 .95 q ... 13.46 +,23 +8.3
76.73 46.00 AlliBern 3.43e 22 18 76.09 +6.44 +34.7
33.88 19.64 Alpharma .18 8 16 23.19 -.91 -18.7
85.00 68.36 Altria 3.441 15 14 79.63 +1.01 +6,6
53.77 47.96 Ameren 2.54 22 14 52.58 +.09 +2.6
40.45 32.27 AEP 1.48 20 14 40.00 +2.74 +7.8
57.95 46.59 AmExp .60 20 17 58.02 +1.43 +12.7
71.09 57.52 AmlntGpfll .66 21 11 67.27 +25 -1.4

11.68 9.95 AmSIP3 .96 q ... 11.61 +.08 +8.1
31.83 27.10 Amegas 2.32 26 19 30.46 -.44 +7.7
30.07 23.85 AmSouth 1.04 15 14 30.67 +.73 +17.0
5698 39.51 Anadarks .36 7 7 43.82 +1.72 -7.5
41.48 26.07 AnalogDev.64 24 16 30.56 +.49 -14.8
50.00 40.15 Anheusr 1.18f 20 17 48.01 +.93 +11.8
29.79 20.13 AquaAms .461 33 28 22.90 +1.03 -16.1
4.77 3.29 Aquila .. dd 4.61 +.07 +28.1
56.45 25.85 ArchCs .24 30 10 31.06 +2.37 -21.9
46.71 23.00 ArchDan .40 18 14 36.93 -.07 +49.8
75.17 50.74 Ashland 1.l10a 15 22 66.11 +1.82 +14.2
15.99 8.65 AsdEstat .68 5 ... 15.40 -.07 +70.4
29.25 25.00 ATMOS 1.26 19 15 29.65 +.67 +13.3
13.11 8.85 Avaya 7 20 12.14 +.15 +13.8
33.26 24.33 Avon .70 24 19 29.36 -1.21 +2.8
50.74 29.24 BHPBilIlL.74e. .. 40.45 +2.94 +21.0
42.85 27.43 BJSvcs .20 14 9 29.51 +.38 -19.5
32.35 21.90 BRT 2.241 12 11 30.30 +.80 +27.0
89.30 50.37 BakrHu .52 11 14 69.77 +.54 +14.8
45.00 34.16 BallCp .40 15 13 42.58 +1.17 +7.2
54.87 41.38 BkofAm 2.241 13 11 54.39 +15 +17.9
38.00 28.66 BkNY .88 16 15 35.38 -.08 +11.1
52.50 33.80 Banta .72a 16 19 46.89 -1.01 -5.8
36.03 24.54 BarrickG .22 22 15 29.79 +.63 +6.9
84,30 40.75 BauschLIf .52 19 20 51.14 +1.16 -24.7
25.87 16.98 BaylexEgn2.16 .. 20.57 +1.94 +17.5
44.42 24.32 BellSouth 1.16 26 18 44.13 +2.20 +62.8
6.33 2.18 BemaGold ... dd 91 4.53 +.29 +55.7
42.35 32.46 BIkHillsCpl.32 29 15 34.53 +.45 -0.2
15.57 13.75 BIkFL08 .45a q .. 14.28 +.08 -5.5
6.58 5.33 BlueChp .58e q ... 6.03 +.07 -4.4
89.58 63.70 Boeing 1.20 33 19 82.39 -1.29 +17.3
25.49 16.20 Borders .40 20 20 19.84 -.60 -8.4
34.60 24.25 BostBeer ... 31 26 34.93 +1.69 +39.7
105.94 64.40 BostProp 2.72 14 46 106.15 +1.92 +43.2
27.82 14.43 BostonSci ... dd 19 15.34 +.52 -37.4
26.14 20.08 BrMySq 1.12 17 22 24.55 +.13 +6.8
43.39 27.08 Brunswick .60 10 13 32.71 +.81 -19.6
87.99 55.81 BurlNSF 1.00f 17 14 78.41 +2.61 +10.7
52.41 43.03 CH Engy 2.16 20 19 51.74 +.24 +12.7
133.77 88.05 CIGNA .10 13 12 117.86 +.13 +5.5
36.73 25.26 CSSInds .48 17 13 30.60 +.54 -0.4
36.14 23.89 CVS Cp .15 20 17 31.09 +1.77 +17.7
27.15 14.50 CablvNYsl0.0Oedd ... 26.94 +3.01 +78.1
56.25 38.26 CabotO&G .16 13 12 49.69 +3.56 +10.2
17.42 11.49 CalIGolf .28 45 14 13.95 +.70 +0.8
38.49 28.29 CampSp .801 19 19 35.92 -.47 +20.7
13.33 12.16 CapMpfB1.26 ...... 13.26 +.07 +6.4
59.89 42.40 CaremkRx .40 22 18 50.25 -3.15 -3.0
82.03 48.25 Caterpillari.20 14 11 69.08 +1,03 +19.6
14.70 11.62 CenterPnt .60 11 15 14.73 +34 +14.6
89.00 80.08 CnlLtpf 4.50 85.40 -.60 +4.1
41.00 31.14 CntryTel .25 13 16 40.77 +.40 +22.9
16.50 5.04 ChmpE 4 13 7.99 +.75 -41.3
29.91 15.37 Checkpnt .01 20 14 17.26 +.15 -30.0
35.57 26.59 ChesEng .24 8 9 29.76 +.80 -6.2
68.47 53.76 Chevron 2.08 9 8 64.20 +.54 +13.1


52-Wk YTD
HI Low Name Div PEPPE Last chg %chg


5,22 3.21 CinciBell .. dd 13
51.33 44.00 Citigrp 1.96 10 11
36.73 23.88 ClairesStrs.40a 16 13
22.49 18.52 CocaCE .24 21 15
46.37 39.36 CocaCI 1.24 20 18
7.37 3.60 Coeur ... 23 14
8.65 7.36 Collnlin .54a q
41.20 27.89 CmcBNJ .48 24 19
29.10 18.35 CVRDs .62e 8 ..
25.50 18.85 ConAgra .72 32 20
72.50 54.90 ConocPhill.44 6 6
47.52 41.17 ConEd 2.30 21 15
29.09 21.15 ConstellA .. 21 14
33.18 10.55 ClIAirB .. 24 7
21.72 13.58 Cnvrgys ... 21 18
29.61 16.61 Corning ... 43 21
18.59 8.09 CorusGr .29e
20.42 11.78 CypSem ... cc 28
D-E-F
11.57 9.74 DNPSelcl .78 q ...
28.00 24.33 DPL 1.00 22 17
44.64 38.77 OTE 2.06 16 14
60.22 45.98 DaimlrC 1,82e ... 13
44.43 29.58 Darden .461 20 17
91.98 56.99 Deere 1.56 13 13
74.75 48.94 DevonE .45 9 9
97.90 50.62 DiaOffs .50a 18 8
20.60 13.17 DirecTV ... 32 18
31.59 22.89 Disney .271 21 18
19.84 12.10 DollarG .20 14 14
81.70 68.72 DomRes 2.76 28 13
47.21 33.00 DowChm 1.50 9 10
45.75 37.60 DuPont 1.48 23 15
31.44 25.06 DukeEgy 1.28f 23 15
38.57 31.22 DukeRllty 1.90f 20 54
41.00 33.80 DuqpfA 2.10 ......
19.96 15.67 OuqLUght 1.00 19 17
6.38 4.06 Dynegy ... 15 32
27.76 15.50 ETrade ... 18 14
14.75 9.44 EMCCp ... 27 21
58.15 45.50 EastChm 1.76 11 13
30.91 18.93 EKodak .50 dd 26
16.39 10.76 EIPasoCp .16 dd 11
23.09 19.25 EmpDist 1.28 20 17
53.99 42.00 EnbrEPtrs3.70 20 18
44.83 23.87 Endesa 2.98e ......
40.08 25.09 EnPro .. 15 11
58.75 37.36 ENSCO .10 13 7
81.94 66.78 Entergy 2.16 19 15
18.43 12.23 Eqtyinn .921 cc 40
61.98 46.62 Exelon 1.60 45 14
71.22 54.50 ExxonMbl1,28 11 11
47.00 37.81 FPLGrp 1.50 18 14
120.01 85.96 FedExCp .36 18 16
19.75 12.69 FedSigni .24 dd 17
44.89 28.78 FedrOSs .51 17 15
23.65 20.18 Fenrrellgs 2,00 67 25
20.80 13.82 Ferrolf .58 ... 17
25.79 20.36 FirslData s .24 11 17
18.81 14.85 FstFinFd4.12e q ..
18.93 16.67 FiTrFid 1.60 q ..
66.10 35.71 FlaRock .60 13 13
9.48 6.06 FordM .25j dd ...
82.87 68.45 FortuneBr1.56f 17 13
72.20 43.10 FMCG 1.25a 9 10
G-H-1
48.58 35.38 GATX .84 cc 14
8.92 7.63 GabelliET .801 q ,..
9.94 7.71 GabUtil .72 q ..
19.98 15.90 Gap .32 19 17
100.20 75.58 Genentch ... 48 32
77.98 55.09 GenDyns .92 17 16
36.48 31.61 GenElec 1.00 22 16
34.00 18.33 GnMotr 1.00 dd 8
41.66 17.49 Goldcrpg .18 24 17
181.92110.23 GoldmanSl.40 12 11
47.45 33.60 Goodrich .80 13 14
31.88 27.08 GtPlainEn1.66 16 16
34.00 26.62 GMP 1.12 16 ..
28.55 21.11 Griffon ... 14 11
22.79 13.07 GuangRy .75e ......
52.74 41.80 HCAInc .68 17 15
41.99 26.33 Hallibtns .30 11 12


4.70
50.38
27.63
20,92
44.02
4.80
8.19
36,43
23.85
25.12
60,03
46.74
27.47
31.80
21.10
25,20
17.92
119.86


10.85
27.89
43.19
51,07
43.54
88.90
64.72
67.91
21.61
31.11
13.71
77.85
39.50
45.08
30.65
38.94
37.80
19.63
5.76
22.86
12.69
56.70
22.96
13.58
23.02
48.32
42.74
32.20
44.19
81.20
16.28
60,64
68.40
48.43
113.98
15.52
44.90
21.41
18.08
22.48
17.60
18.46
40.79
8.17
75,85
56.50


43.18
8.90
9.29
19.85
82.74
76.09
35.98
32.99
22.73
183.85
43.57
31.79
33.41
25.00
19.98
50.35
28.71


52-Wk YTD
HI Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg %chg
15.03 13.11 HanJS .96e q .. 14,10 -.18 +3.1
8.80 7.75 HanPtDiv .47 q .. 8,71 +.14 +8.0
11.84 9.88 HanPtDv2 .58 q 11.03 +15 +8.7
23.49 17.75 Hanesbrdn .. .. 12 23.35 +,43 +19.7
54.43 36.85 Hanoverins .. 25 11 47.85 +1.27 +14.6
72.56 46.30 Hanson 1.92e 69,60 +.10 +26.8
65.76 44.40 HarleyD .84 17 15 63.81 -.35 +23.9
83.33 57.29 HarrahE 1.601 42 18 75.37 -1.04 +5.7
23.10 17.00 Hasbro .48 23 17 23.16 +.54 +14.8
28.93 25.50 HawaiiEl 1.24 17 16 27.32 +.07 +5.5
41.85 32.80 HIRCrREIT2.56 27 32 42.03 +1.03 +24.0
41.88 31.01 HllhcrRIty2.64 45 42 41.92 +1.54 +26.0
12,85 9.78 HellnTel ......... 12.35 -.09 +17.8
38.57 25.53 HewlettP .32 25 16 38.86 +1.14 +35.7
38.34 26.72 HIghwdPrpl.70 70 ... 38.75 +1.14 +36.2
43.95 32.85 HomeDp .60 13 12 36.90 -.24 -8.8
44.48 32.68 Honwlllnll .91 18 15 42.61 +.30 +14.4
48.42 38.42 HospPT 2.96 24 26 47.52 +.59 +18.5
24.39 16.03 HoslHotls .801 17 18 22.56 -1.03 +19.1


68.24 41,08 Humana ... 37 19 63.80 -2.35 +17.4
15.55 11.50 iShJapan .06e q 18 13.65 -.05 +1.0
44.00 35.16 iStar 3.08 19 12 43.91 +1.33 +23.2
39.16 27.46 Idacorp 1.20 21 17 38.86 +.27 +32.6
50.93 37.11 Imation .56 22 17 42.75 +1.80 -7.2
49.00 34.95 IngerRd .72 12 11 40.27 +.07 -0.2
89.94 72.73 IBM 1.20 16 14 868.08 +2.94 +4.7
43.00 25.44 IntGame .521 32 27 42.00 -.33 +36.5
45.09 33.96 IronMtn ... 43 36 41.10 -.27 -2.7
J-K-L
48,57 32.92 JPMorgChl.36 15 12 48.16 +1.30 +21.3
12.56 6.86 Jacuzzi ... 72 19 12.18 +1.85 +45.0
65.88 56.65 JohnJn 1.50 18 16 64.58 -.48 +7.5
90.00 59.95 JohnsnCtil.12 17 14 82.47 +7.12 +13.1
44.33 26.85 Kaydon .48 15 17 39.41 +1.57 +22.6
50.87 41.35 Kellogg 1.16 19 18 47.90 -1.79 +10.8
34.57 21.83 Kellwood .64 18 17 30.75 +1.08 +28.8
38.31 30.10 Keycorp 1.38 13 12 37.02 -.43 +12.4
41.52 32.66 KeySpan 1.86 18 17 40.98 +.12 +14.8
56.22 42.80 KindME 3.24 28 19 43.49 +.01 -9.1
12.11 3.91 KrspKrml ...... ... 8.80 +.33 +53.3
24,15 18.05 Kroger .26 16 14 21.95 -.54 +16.3
4.58 1.90 LLERy .07e 24 ... 3.08 +.01 +12.4
11,81 7.41 LSILog ... cc 15 8.59 +.51 +7.4
26.06 19.30 LTCPrp 1.44 11 .. 26.40 +1.00 +25.5
17.25 10.13 LaZBoy .48 dd 18 13.86 -1.14 +2.2
35.65 28.60 Laclede 1.40 16 16 33.25 +.52 +13.8
14000 81.01 LeggMason,841 10 17 87.45 -13.80 -26.9


52-Wk
Hi Low Name Div PEPPE Last


6.04 4.75 LbtyASG .60e q .. 5.16 +.10 -5.1
64.18 46.94 LincNat 1.52 13 12 64.01 +.62 +20.7
32.87 18.31 Lindsay .261 32 .. 32.40 +3.17 +68.5
88.94 58.50 LockhdM 1.401 18 16 88.60 +1.22 +39.2
34.85 26.15 Lowess .20 16 14 30.95 +1.74 -7.1
3.23 1.99 Lucent ... 18 15 2.33 +.05 -12.4
29.00 18.86 Lyondell .90 11 7 26.22 -.01 +10.1
M-N-0
124.98101.31 M&TBk 2.40 17 16 123.20 +4.20 +13.0
25.40 20.57 MDURess.54f 15 13 23,03 +.10 +5.5
8.72 8.08 MCR .47 q 8.28 -.10 -3.7
10.51 7.67 Madeco .03e ... ... 10.31 +.31 +32.7
83.35 65.52 '*,,.i 1.52 13 10 74.76 +1.08 +3.9
33.63 24.95 ,r..,., .70 13 32.05 +.02 +9.0
93.28 55.41 Marathon 1.60 7 8 83.13 +6,27 +36.3
23.24 14.76 MStewr ... dd 86 18.12 -.29 +4.0
15.65 8.48 MaterialSci .. 24 16 10.71 +1.24 -24.0
42.46 31.48 McDnlds 1.001 19 17 42.11 +2,00 +24.9


59.87 42.37 Medimic .44
42.85 26.13 Merck 1.52
83.65 58.64 MerrillLyn 1.00
59.85 46.40 MetLife .52f
18.65 12.37 MicronT ...
64.36 43.05 MidAApt 2.38
23.95 16.85 Midas .
1.80 .83 Milacron ...
76.95 59.12 Millipore ...
53.57 12.27 MillsCpl 2.51
48.45 28.19 Monsantos.40
76.48 50.73 MorgStan 1.08
28.96 19.10 MSEmMkt2,44e
25.75 18.66 Motorola .20
25.00 18.29 MylanLab .24'
44.45 29.09 NCR Cp ...
41.35 27.26 Naborss ...
39.16 29.25 NatFuGasl.20
64.28 44.18 NalGrid 2.39e.
30.93 20.56 NatSemi .16f
2.29 1.91 NewAnm 21a
51.39 40.68 NJ Rscs 1.44
62.72 39.84 NewmtM .40
9.65 4.87 NwpkRsI ...
20.67 13.94 NewsCpA.12e
23.73 19.51 NiSource .92
44.40 37.42 Nicor 1.86
91.54 75.52 NikeB 1.24
86.16 57.14 NobleCorp .16


-.67 -15.5
+1.34 +35.8
+2.14 +23.4
-.73 +15.6
-.08 +13.1
+1.97 +34.5
+.31 +15.6
+.03 -26.2
+.23 -5.1
-.14 -63.0
-1.29 +18.4
+2.43 +34.9
+.44 +17.8
+.56 +16.0
+.32 +6.0
+.93 +16.7
+2.07 -19.2
+.82 +16.7
-.34 +31.0
+2.02 -2.9
unc +10.8
+.58 +19.1
+1.70 -19.0
+.15 -24.0
+.71 +32.9
+.35 +5.3
+.51 +12.6
+1.45 +3.2
+1.70 -9.9


YTIU 52-WK u YT v-WR k Y
chg %cha Hi Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg %chg Hi Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg %chg


23,47 15.81 NokiaCp .46e ......
3.60 1.90 NodelNt If ... dd 25
30.64 23.05 NoFrkBc 1.00 16 14
23.99 17.30 NoestUt .751 dd 18
71.37 52.17 NorthropGI.20 17 14
34.39 24.90 NSTAR 1.21 18 16
60.30 25.92 Nucors .40a 12 11
15.25 12.92 NvFL .67 q ...
15.36 13.82 NvIMO .74 q ...
39.15 24.41 OGEEngyl.33 12 17
55.45 34.40 OcciPets .88 8 9
22.65 14.22 Olin .80 9 11
57.89 40.60 ONEOKPI3.801 13 17
65.69 41.00 OshkoshT .40 21 16
P-Q-R
74.00 54.73 PNC 2.20 14 13
28.94 22.49 PNM Res .88 25 14
68.88 55.64 PPG 1.92 16 13
35.23 27.83 PPLCorp1.10 15 14
28.80 15.02 PaylShoe ... 21 16
76.29 32.94 PeabdyEs.24 20 13
25.15 17.25 Pengrthg3.00 ......
32.46 22.90 Pennyawil.50f ... 15
73.19 46.16 Penney .72 15 15
16.55 9.33 PepBoy .27 dd ..
65.99 56.00 PepsiCo 1.20 21 19
24.98 20.82 PepsiAmer.50 15 14
17.00 14.05 Prmian 1.54e 11 9 9
28.60 20.20 Plizer .96 19 13
102.850 57.1 PhelpsD s .75 15 6
26.53 21.26 PiedNG .96 19 19
12.98 9.97 PimcoStrat.78 q ...
46.20 40.18 PitnyBw 1.28 cc 16
39.63 31.21 PlumCrk 1.60 20 20
49.57 33.83 PostlPrp 1.80 23 ...
60.09 45.80 Praxair 1.00 24 18
63.74 52.75 ProctGam 1.24 23 20
46.25 40.19 ProgrssEn2.42 19 17
3.41 2.68 ProsSIHiln .28 q ..
13.04 9.90 ProvETg 1.44 ......
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HI Low Name


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D-E-F
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Foreign Exchange
Value / Prev Value Todays $S/Prev S
Country name Currency In dollars value incurrency
Argent Peso .3222 .3222 3.1040 3.1040
Australia Dollar .7512 .7510 1.3311 1.3316
Brazil Real .4683 .4647 2.1355 2.1520
Britain Pound 1.8568 1.8578 .5386 .5383
Canada Dollar .8792 .8804 1.1374 1.1359
Chile Peso .001882 .001877 531.35 532,77
China Yuan .1266 .1263 7.9015 7.9148
Colombia Peso .000424 .000424 2359.50 2359.50
Czech Rep Koruna .0443 .0444 22.58 22.51
Denmark Krone .1678 .1683 5.9582 5.9402
Dominican Rep Peso .0297 0299 33.67 33.50
Egypl Pound .1742 .1743 5.7400 5.7375
Euro Euro 1.2514 1.2550 .7991 .7968
Hong Kong Dollar .1284 1284 7,7872 7.7893
Hungry Forint .0047 .0047 211.37 211.10
India Rupee .0220 .0219 45.419 45.589
Indnsia Rupiah .000109 .000109 9174.31 9174.31
Israel Shekel 2350 .2351 4.2560 4.2538
Japan Yen .008359 .008372 119.63 119.45
Jordan Dinar 1.4112 1.4114 .7086 .7085
Kuwait Dinar 3.4578 3.4578 .2892 .2892
Lebanon Pound .000661 .000661 1512.50 1512.50
Malaysia Ringgit .2716 .2707 3.6825 3.6940
Mexico Peso .092170 .091759 10.8495 10.8981
N. Zealand Dollar .6573 .6601 1.5213 1.5148
Norway Krone .1482 .1486 6.7456 6.7286
Pakistan Rupee .0165 .0165 60.57 60.60
Peru New Sol .3082 .3082 3.245 3.245
Philpins Peso .0200 .0200 50.08 50.05
Poland ZIoly .3224 .3232 3.10 3.09
Russia Ruble .0371 .0371 26.9346 26.9469
Saudi Arab Riyal .2666 .2666 3.7505 3.7505
Singapore Dollar .6302 .6319 1.5867 1.5825
Slovak Rep Koruna .0340 .0341 29.38 29.37
So. Africa Rand .1340 .1325 7.4647 7.5450
So. Korea Won .001047 .001044 955.11 957.85
Sweden Krona .1349 .1355 7.4145 7.3774
Switzerind Franc .7854 .7877 1.2733 1.2694
Taiwan Dollar .0301 .0301 33.18 33.23
Thailand Bahli .02671 .02667 37.44 37.50
U.A.E. Dirham .2723 .2723 3.6730 3.6730
Uruguay New Peso .0420 .0420 23.8248 23.8248
Venzuel Bolivar .000465 .000465 2148.50 2148.50


Spot Metals


NEW YORK (AP) Spotl nonferrous metal prices Friday.
Aluminum $1.197 perl b., London Metal Exch. Fri.
Copper -$3.4355 Cathode full plate, U.S. destnations.
Copper S3.3985 N,Y. Merc spot Fri
Lead $1573.00 per metric ton, London Metal Exch.
Zinc $1.8302 per lb., delivered.
Gold- $586.10 Handy & Harman (only daily quote).
Gold $58880 troy oz., NY Mere spot Fn.
Silver $11,600 Handy & Harman (only daily quote).
Siver $11.598 troy oz., NY. Mere spot Fri.
Meruy 6583.00 per 76 Ib ask,. N.Y.
Platinum -1073.00 troyoz., N.Y. (contract).
Platinum $1077,30 troy oz,, N.Y. Merc spot Fri.
nsq,-not quoled, n.a.-nol available r-revilsed

Money Rates
Today

Prime Rate 8.25
Discount Rate Primary 6.25
Fed Funds close 5.25
T-Bills:
3-month disc 4.93
6-month disc 4.95
T-Bill, annualized, adjusted for
constant maturity:
1-year 4.90
T-Notes:
1-year 5.00
2-year 4.87
5-year 4.76
10-year 4.80
T-Bond:

30-year 4.93
Libor:
3-month 5.37
6-month 5.40
FHLB Cost of Funds, 11th District:
Elf. Sept 29 4.277
FNMA 30-year mortgage commitment:
30-days 6.32
Money market fund:
Merrill Lynch Ready Assets:


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CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


SuNDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2006 3D


MTAL F 3D


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %1rtn
ABN AMRO Funds:
M&CGroN 24.75 + 22 +8 3
AIM Investments A:
BasicValA p 36.57 +.37 +15.1
CapDevp 19.61 +33 +22.0
Chort p 14.82 +.12 +19.0
Constlp 2567 .42 +12.7
HYIdAp 4.41 +01 +9.1
InUGrow 27.37 .39 +28.2
LrgCpGrAt 11.16 +19 +14.7
MdCpCrEq p 30.44 +.39 +13.9
MuBp 8.06 -02 +4.5
RealEst p 35.57 +59 +44.1
SelEqty r 20.26 + 23 +17.2
SmCpGrA p 30.05 + 80 +19.1
AIM Investments B:
BasicValB I 34.09 +.34 +14.2
CapDevBt 17.8 +30 +21.0
CbarBt 14.17 +11 +18 1
ConsWIE t 23.73 +.3 8 +11.8
AIM Investor Cl:
DivrsDivid p 13.75 +.186 19.5
Dynamc 20.28 +40 +21.5
Energy 41.81 +1.32 +16.4
SummitPp 12.58 +.22 +14.0
Utllites 15.74 +20 +201
AMF Funds:
UfShrtMtg 9.67 -.01 NA
Advance Capital I:
Balanced p 18.70 +.11 +11.9
Retlncn 9.61 -.04 +3.1
Alger Funds B:
SmCapGr I 5.63 +.13 +21.3
Alger Funds InstI:
MidCpGrI 17.20 +.44 +12.4
AllianceBem A:
BalanAp 17.91 +.17 +14.6
BthStrA p 13.14 +.09 +15.4
GIbGovlncA 7.55 +.01 +6.2
GIblTechAp 62.99 +1.30 +14.8
GrolncA p 4.29 +.04 +19.1
GrowlhAp 35.99 +.37 +6.2
IntiGroAp 17,87 +.24 +21.2
IntIValA p 21.94 +.27 +33.7
LgCapGrA p 19.98 +12 +7.0
SmCapGrA 25.62 +.73 +15.5
AllianceBem Adv:
InOValAdv 22.26 +.26 +34.0
LgCapGrAdv 20.69 +.13 +7.3
AllianceBem B:
CorpBdBp 11,70 -.07 +3,0
GIbITechBt 56.34 +1.16 +13.9
GrIncBp 4.19 +.04 +18.1
GrowthBt 24,74 +.25 +5.4
LgCpGrBt 17.87 +.11 +62
SmCpGrBt 21.36 +.61 +14.5
USGovtB p 6,78 -.03 +1.6
AllianceBem C:
SmCapGrCt 21.43 +.61 +14.6
AllianceBem I:
ReElnvll 17.95 +.37 +43.5
Alllanz Funds A:
NFJDivValt 16.52 +.26 +27.0
SmCpVA 32.71 +.82 +19.0
RenaisA 22.81 +.31 +16,9
Allianz Funds C:
NFJDivValt 16,38 +.25 +261
GwthC t 20.47 +.26 +17.9
TargetC 17.87 +.45 +15,9
Amer Beacon AMR:
LgCapAmr 23.37 +.27 +21,3
Amer Beacon Insti:
IntlEqIns 24.15 +.18 +24.7
LgCapInst 23.60 +.27 +21.0
SmCaplnst 22.46 +.59 +18.9
Amer Beacon Plan:
LgCapPlan 22.58 +.26 +20.7
SmCpPLtn 22.00 +.58 +18.6
Amer Century Adv:
EqGrop 25.43 +.41 +17.1
Eqtylncnp 8.82 +.10 +19.1
Amer Century Ins:
Ultra 28.77 +.18 +1.6
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Balanced n 16.87 +.14 +11.3
EqGrolnvn 25.45 +.41 +17.4
Eqlncon 8.82 +.10 +19.4
FLMuBnd n 10.63 -.04 +3.7
GNMAIn 10.09 -.04 +3.5
Giftn 19.94 +.48 +20.1
GlblGoldn 17.45 +.87 +37.7
Gromwthln 21.96 +.39 +15.1
Heritagel n 1543 +.37 +19.9
IncGron 33.14 +.65 +17.8
IntBnd 13.45 -.13 +2.3
IntDiscnr 16.66 +.13 +33.1
IntGrol n 11.46 +.11 +23,3
LgComVal 7.30 +.09 +20.0
UfeScin 5.25 -.01 +0.8
NewOpp nr 6.32 +.13 +17.5
OneChgAgg n 12.46 +.15 +16.6
RealEstln 32,30 +.65 +43.6
Selectl n 35.93 +.63 -0.5
SGovn 9,33 -.02 +3.5
SmCapVal n 10,77 +.25 +20.2
SmallCo 10.05 +.27 +9.2
StMod n 7.13 +.06 +13.5
Ulran 28.42 +.18 +1.4
UOiln 15.32 +.22 +21.0
Valuelnvn 7.74 +09 +20.5
Vistan 16.36 +.39 +13.3
American Funds A:
AmcapFAp 20.07 +.24 +14.8
AmMutlAp 28.82 +.41 +17.9
BalAp 18.95 +.15 +13.1
BondFdA p 13.20 -.05 +4.9
CapWIdAp 18.61 -.09 +3.6
CapInBIdAp 59.00 +45 +19.3
CapWGrA p 40.97 +.43 +23.1
EupacA p 48.64 +.36 +25.4
FundlnvAp 39.95 +.72 +23.3
GovtAp 13.28 -06 +2.7
GwthFdAp 32.99 +48 +17.5
HITrstAp 12.38 +.04 +11.0
HilncMunAi 15.74 -.03 +6.1
IncoFdAp 20.10 +.17 +19.3
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InvCoAAp 34.76 +.46 +19.8
NwEconAp 25.28 +.31 +20.5
NewPerA p 32.25 +.37 +21.9
NewWoddA 46.59 +.76 +30.2
SmCpWA p 39.87 +.64 +24.0
TaxExptA p 12.48 -.04 +4.6
TxExCAAp 16.73 -.06 +4.8
WshMulAp 34.46 +.42 +19.9
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AmcapB t 19.32 +.23 +13.9
BalanBt 18.89 +.15 +12.2
BondB t 13.20 -.05 +4.1
CapInBdB t 59.00 +.45 +18.4
CapWGrB t 40.79 +.43 +22.1
EurpacBt 45.94 +.35 +24.5
FundlnvBt 39.86 +.72 +22,3
GrowthBt 31.83 +.46 +16.6
IncomeBt 19.99 +.17 +18.4
ICABt 34.62 +.46 +18.8
NewPersp 31.62 +.36 +20.9
WashBt 34.27 +.41 +19.0
Arlel Mutual Fds:
Apprec 49.70 +.62 +12.3
Ariel n 53.33 +.82 +10.0
Artisan Funds:
Ind 29.18 +.19 +25.5
InUSmCpr 23.06 +.25 +27.1
InOlValur 27.12 +.19 +30.2
MidCap 32.56 +.57 +16.5
MidCapVal 20.47 +.40 +15.7
SmICap 18.34 +.54 +12.3
SmCapVal 19.886 +.40 +24.0
Baron Funds:
Assetn 61.44 +.73 +20.1
Growth 49.29 +1.03 +18,4
Partners p 21.40 +.41 +32.2
SmICap 24.74 +.76 +18.1
Bernstein Fds:
IntDur 13.03 -.06 +3.6
CaMu 14.16 -.03 +3.2
DivMun 13.97 -.04 +3.0
NYMun 13.81 -.03 +3.2
TxMgdlntlVI 27.73 +.30 +25.0
inlVal2 27.67 +.28 +24.9
EmgMkts 40.18 +.92 +28.3
BlackRock A:
Aurora A 36.54 +.68 +14.0
BalCapAp 28.00 +.14 +16.0
BasValAp 32.40 +.44 +23.9
FdGrAp 19.39 +.25 +13.1
GIbAIAr 17.63 +.08 +15.6
HiYdlnvA 7.95 +.01 +9.0
LgCapCrAp 13.86 +.32 +19.6
LrgCapValAp18.49 +.04 +20.8
LegacyAp 14.87 +.25 +12.7
S&P500p 16.87 +20 +17.6
BlackRock B&C:
BasicValB I 31.73 +.43 +23.0
FundlGrB I 17.69 +.23 +12.2
FdGrCI 17.78 +.23 +12.2
GIAIBt 17.28 +.08 +14.8
GlobAIC t 18.68 +.07 +14.7
LngCepCnl 13.17 +.30 +18.8
BlackRock Fds BIrk:
TotRetli 9.45 -.04 +3,6
BlackRock InsI:
InlVal r 29.51 +26 +25,2
BasVall 32,57 +.44 +24,2
BalaCapl 26,09 +.15 +16,2
CplTI 11.59 -.04 +3.3
GIbAllocr 17.69 +.08 +15.9
FundlGd 19.85 +.25 +13.3
NallMunil 10.52 -.02 +5.3
&8P500 16.94 +.20 +17.9
LrgCapCrl 14.09 +.33 +20.0
Bramwell Funds:
GrowthFdp 19.24 +.31 +11.7
Brandywine Fds:
BlueFd 32.28 +.60 +15.1
Brandywine n 33.68 +.90 +15.8
Bridgeway Funds:
USCMarket 19.35 +.65 +17.6
Brinson FundsY:
HighYldYn 7.05 +.02 +9,1
Buffalo Funds:
SmlCap 28.61 +.66 +21.0
CGM Funds:
CapDv n 30.71 +.75 +21.6
FocusFd 36.64 +1.08 +14.0
Mull n 28,83 +.60 +10,8
Realty n 33.05 +.96 +38.1
CRM Funds:
MMCapVall 30.22 +.48 +19.9
Calamos Funds:
Gr&IlncCI 32.78 +.47 +13.3


Grh&lncA p 32.58 +.46 +14.1
GrowthA p 55.00 +1.20 +12.8
GrowthBlt 56.28 +1.22 +12.0
GrowthC t 52.20 +1.13 +11.9
Calvert Group:
Incop 16.68 -.03 +4.3
InlEqAp 24.39 +.31 +26.3
LgCpGrwth t 31.49 +.57 +14.7
Munint 10.65 -.04 +3.1
Social p 29,85 +.20 +10.6
SocBd p 15,77 -.06 +3.9
SocEqA p 38.30 +.45 +15.2
TxFLtd n 10.41 -.04 +1.5
TxFLng p 16.50 -.08 +4.2
TxF VT 15.66 -.04 +3.8
Camblar Funds:
Opplylnssl 19.55 +.29 NS
Opporlnm 198.51 +.29 +18.0
Causeway Intl:
Instlitulonal 19.08 +.12 +22.5
Investor r 18.97 +.12 +22.2
Clipper 90.80 +1,56 +12.2
Cohen & Steers:
InslIRIty n 57.78 +1.12 +44.3
RItyShrs n 92.49 +1,80 +44.4
k Columbia Class A:
Acmn1I 30.01 +.65 +19.5
S FocusEqAt 20.85 +,28 +13.3


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


InIlValueA r 2495 +.11 +250
LgCapValuA 14,81 +.19 +19.9
21CentryAt 13.53 +33 +26.5
MarsGroAt 19.36 +.29 +11.9
MidCpValA 14.56 +.31 +21.7
TxExAp 13.67 -.06 +58
Columbia Class B:
Acorn t 2881 +.63 +18.7
Columbia Class C:
AcomI1 2874 +.62 +16.5
Columbia Class Z:
Acon Z 3074 +67 +198
Acornlnll Z 39.12 +.33 +26.6
AcOrnUSA 28.93 +.69 +16.5
CoreBondZ 10.45 -.05 +30
FocusEqZt 21.22 +27 +13.5
InlrBdZn 8.76 -03 +3.8
IntmTEBdn 1032 -03 +3.9
InlEqZ 16.52 +.14 +264
InllStkZn 1942 +.23 +243
InllValZ 25011 +.12 +25.4
LgCapCoreZ 14.24 +.20 +18.5
LgCapGrwh 23.42 +.43 +13.6
LgCapidxZ 26.65 +.32 +18 1
LgCapValZ 14.63 +.20 +20.2
MarsGrPrZ 19.68 +.30 +12.2
MarInOppZ r 14.37 +.15 +28.8
MidCapGr Z 25.62 +.52 +20.0
MidCpldxZ 12.07 +.32 +18.1
MdCpVal p 14.56 +.30 +22.0
STIncoZ 9.76 -.01 +4.0
SmCpCoreZ 20.87 +.60 +20.9
SmlCapidxZ n 21.99 +,65 +19.7
SIrinvZ 19.21 +.19 +15.9
TaxExmptZ 13.67 -.06 +6.0
TolRetBdCIZ 9.61 -.04 +3.6
CG Cap Mkt Fds:
IntlEq 13.82 +.12 +25,7
LgGrw 13.50 +.18 +9.5
LgVal n 12.77 +.19 +22.5
Credit Suisse ABCD:
ValueAl 21.78 +.31 +20.9
DFA Funds:
USCoreEq2 n 11.33 +.21 +20.2
DWS Scudder ClA:
BalanceA 9.63 +.08 +11.2
CommA p 22.26 +.47 +23.5
OrmHiRA 50.04 +.37 +19.9
DSmCaVal 37.67 +1.20 +26.2
HilncA 5,40 +.01 +9.6
MgdMunip 9.14 -.02 +5.1
RREEF p 26.43 +.53 +42.6
TechA 11.60 +.30 +9.2
USGovtA 8.34 -.03 +3.4
DWS Scudder CI C:
DrmHiRC 49.95 +.36 +19.0
DWS Scudder Cl S:
CapGrthr 49,36 +.51 +11.2
CorePluslnco 12.58 -.04 +3.6
EmMkln 11.92 +.08 +13.6
EmgMkGr nr 25.08 +.62 +30.8
EuroEqty 36.23 +.43 +29.9
GNMAS 14,61 -.04 +3.5
GIblBdS r 9.52 -,.04 +2,8
GlobOpport 43.81 +.67 +24.2
GlobalTheme 36,42 +.64 +31.4
Gold&Prec 22.10 +1,01 +37.4
GrolncS 23.58 +.31 +16.3
HiYIdTxn 12.94 -.03 +6,1
IntrTxAMT 11.13 -.04 +3.6
InternatlS 58.08 +.82 +23,3
LgCapValS r 23.99 +.34 +18.3
LgCoGron 26.35 +.28 +10.6
LatAmerEqn 57.31 +2.26 +43.5
MgdMunl S 9.15 -.03 +5.3
MA TF S 14.25 -.06 +4.6
PacOppsnr 19.31 +.06 +35,5
ShtTmBdSn 9.96 -.01 +3.9
DWS Scudder InstI:
Eqty5001L 154.74 +1.84 +18.2
Davis Funds A:
NYVenA 36.74 +.53 +17.8
Davis Funds B:
NYVenB 35.04 +.51 +17.0
Davis Funds C &Y:
NWVenY 37.21 +.54 +18.1
NYVenC 35.26 +.50 +16.9
Delaware Invest A:
Diver Incp 8.58 -.03 +5.3
LgCapValA 20.69 +.36 +23.6
TrendAp 20.68 +.64 +16.8
TxUSA p 11.56 -.03 +4.6
Delaware Invest B:
DeIchB 3.34 +.02 +10.9
SelGrB t 23.61 +.24 +5.6
Del-Pooled hist:
InltEq 24.87 +.26 +27.9
Laborlntl 22.00 +.19 +29.2
Dimensional Fds:
EmgMkIVal 28.41 +.74 +36.1
IntSmVa n 20.08 +.11 +24.7
TM USSm 25.41 +.78 +20.5
USLgCo n 40.11 +.48 +18.2
USLgVa n 24.67 +.47 +23.5
USLgVa3 n 18.99 +.37 +23.7
US Micro 16.36 +.51 +20.0
US Small n 21.77 +.65 +21.3
US SmVal 30.49 +.89 +25.2
IntlSmCoen 17.96 +.09 +21.7
EmgMktn 23,54 +.66 +30.5
FIxdn 10.17 -.03 +4.3
Govtn 10.36 +.01 +3.9
IntVan 21.54 +.29 +32.2
IntVa3 n 20.35 +.27 +32.5
Glb5Fxlnc 10.51 ... +3.1
LrgCaplnt n 22.48 +.23 +24.2
TMUSSmV 26.63 +.81 +24.1
TM IntlValue 18.92 +.26 +31.5
TMMktwdeV 17.13 +.36 +23.4
TMMtVa2 17.03 +.36 +23.6
TMUSEq 14.37 +.20 +17.3
2YGIFxdn 10.11 +.02 +4.2
DFARIEstn 31.91 +.67 +43.0
Diversified Inst:
Vau&lancop 13.20 +.19 +21.7
Diversifd Inv Fds:
Val&lnc 26.60 +.40 +21.5
Dodge&Cox:
Balancedn 87.66 +,94 .+15.5
IncomeFd 12.47 -.03 +4.2
IntlStk 40.91 +.52 +25.9
Stock 153.99 +2.66 +22.1
Domini Soc Inv:
SocialEqn 32.33 +.41 +15.6
Dreyfus:
Aprec 43.61 +.30 +14.0
BasicS&P 28,47 +.34 +18.0
Discp 36,97 +.58 +18.0
Dreyfus 11,06 +.16 +18.6
DreyMidr 29,89 +.79 +17.7
Drey5001n t 40.21 +.48 +17.7
EmgLead 43.22 +1.23 +14.3
FLIntr 12.96 -.,04 +3.0
InsMun nt 17.62 -.06 +4.2
MidcpVIr 33.18 +.59 +15.4
MunBdr 11.85 -.04 +5.0
NYTaxr 14.75 -.05 +4.4
SmlCpStkr 23.85 +.70 +19.3
Dreyfus Founders:
GrowthB 11.33 +.10 +15.7
GrowthFnp 11.97 +.10 +16.8
Dreyfus Premier:
CalTxExBdZ 14.79 -.05 +4.7
CoreEqAt 16.23 +.11 +13.4
CoreVnv p 34.15 +.52 +22.8
EmgMktA 24.51 +.37 +25.6
LtdHYidA p 7.22 ... +8.7
NwLdrsn 49.93 +.94 +20,3
StrVaA r 32.35 +.60 +22.6
TaxMgdGC1 17.26 +.10 +12.6
TechGroA 24.81 +.61 +15.1
EVFItRIHIAdt 9.68 +.01 +6.3
Eaton Vance Adv:
FlIgRatat 9.84 +.01 +5.6
Eaton Vance Cl A:
TMG1.0 594,93 +5.80 +17.1
ChinaAp 19.29 +.17 +35.9
FloatRate 10.18 +.01 +5.7
AMTFrMuBdl 10.94 -.03 +7.7
GrowthA 8.29 +,22 +20.3
HlthSclA p 11.48 +.07 +8.9
IncBosA 6.43 +.01 +10.7
LgCpVal 20.60 +.31 +22.4
NatlMun 11,74 -.02 +9.7
SpcEqtA 12.81 +.34 +23.4
TMG1.1 25.54 +.25 +16.8
TradGvtA 7.18 -.02 +.7
UtilA 12.93 +.14 +23.4
Eaton Vance CIB:
FLMunlBt 1106 -.01 +5.6
HIthSciBt 12,03 +.07 +6.1
NatlMunBt 11.73 -03 +8.8
TMG1.1 t 24.15 +.23 +15.9
Eaton Vance Ci C:
FloatRt t 9.83 ... +4.8
GovtCp 7.17 -.02 +2.9
NatlMCt 11.74 -.02 +869
Evergreen A:
AstAllAp 14.90 +.09 +12.2
BalanA 9.10 +.05 +11.3
SpValuAp 31.04 +83 +25.0
Evergreen B:
AstAlloBI 14.68 +.08 +11.5
DivrBdB I 14.24 -.08 +2.8
MunsBondB I 7,49 -.03 +3.8
Evergreen C:
AstAlloCt 14,41 +,08 +11.5
Evergreen I:
CoreBdl 10.34 -.06 +3.6
AdjRatel 9.27 -.02 +4.3
IntlBondl 10.30 -.08 -0.6
IntlEqtyl 11.06 +.0 +23.0
LgCapEqlyl 17.89 +,32 +20.6
ShtIlntBdl 5.92 -02 +3,5
SIMunil 992 -02 +3,1
SpecVal 31.26 +.83 +25.3
BtrGrol 28.61 +.41 +11,3
Excelsior Funds:
EmgMktsr 13.13 +.31 +34,1
Energy 24.24 +.63 +13.4
HIYIeld np 4,52 +.01 +8.2
ValRestrsn 49.76 +.71 +16.6
FAM Funds:
Value n 50,85 +.95 +12.4
FBR Funds:
SmallCap 50.46 +1.28 +31.5
FMI Funds:
Focus n 35,44 +.72 +17.0
FPA Funds:
Capit 42.76 +.74 +9.5
Newlnc 10.84 +,01 +4.68
FPACres n 26.53 +,24 +12.6
Falrholme 27.74 +,47 +17.9
Federated A:


AmLdrA 25.4 +.31 +16.9
CapAppA 27.49 +.43 +15.5
MIdGrStA 35.91 +.78 +15.5
KaulmA p 5.99 +.12 +17.9
MktOppA p 12.57 +.01 +1.1
MunSecA 10.64 -.03 +4.3
Federated B:
KaulmnB p 65.0 +.10 +16.9
StrncB .69 ... +6.8
Federated C:
KaufmnC t 5.81 +.11 +17.1
MklOppC 12.48 +.01 +0.3
Federated Instl:
Kaufman 5,99 +.11 +17.7
MIdCap 23.48 +.62 +17,7
Fidelity Adv FocT:
HItCarT 22.25 +.05 +9.2
NatResT 38.04 +.96 +18.1
Fidelity Advisor A:
DIoln8Ar 22.98 +.17 +19.8
EqGrAt 50.59 +.76 +13.1
EqIncA p 3087 +.40 +19.6
MldCapAp 24.44 +.60 +13.3
Nwlnsghtsp 17,66 +.22 +17.2
S0InA 11.64 -.03 +6.6


DynaTechA 26.43 +.42
EqlncAp 22.48 +.22
Fedlnterm p 11.39 -.04
FedTxFrA p 12,08 -.02
FlexCapGrA 41.88 +.70
FIRIDAp 10.06 +.01
FL TFA p 11.85 -.04
FoundFAl p 13.86 +.15
GATFAp 12.05 -.03
GoldPrM A 29.48 +1.52
GrowthAp 40.05 +.41
HY TFA p 10.89 -.02
IncoSerA p 2.58 +.@1
InsTFA p 12.23 -.04
NYIlnimlTF p 10.88 -.03
LATFAp 11.51 -.03
LMGvSecA 986 -.02
MD TFA p 11.70 -04
MassTFAp 11.87 -.04
MIchTFA p 12.19 -.03
MNInsA 12.08 -.03
MOTFAp 12.23 -.04
NJTFA p 12.08 -.04
NYlnsA p 11.52 -.03
NYTFAp 11.76 -.02
NCTFAp 12.25 -03
OhlolTFAp 12.51 -.04


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Fidelity Advisor C:
DvlnllCnt 22.12 +.17
Nwlnsghts tn 17.27 +22
Fidelity Advisor I:
Divlnl n 23.33 +.18
DivGrthl 13.50 +.17
EqGrI n 53.72 082
Eqlnl 31.65 +.41
InlBdIn 10.79 -.03
Nwlnsighli 1784 +.22
Fidelity Advisor T:
BalancT 16.5 +.21
DIvln1lTp 22.73 +17
DivGrtT p 13.26 +.17
DynCapAppT p17.82 +.25
EqGrT p 5062 +.76
EqInT 31.26 +.40
GovInT 9.84 -.05
GrOppT 32.77 +.57
HilncAdvTp 10.06 +.08
InlBdT 10.77 -.04
MdCapT p 24.64 +.60
MunilncTp 12.91 -.04
Nwlnsghts p 17.56 +.22
OvrseaT 21.66 +.17
STFiT 9.40 -.01
SmICapT p 23.40 +.37
SIrInT 11.63 -.03
Fidelity Freedom:
FF2000 n 12.62 +.05
FF2010n 14.67 +.10
FF2020n 15.50 +.15
FF2030 n 15.96 +.20
FF2040 n 9.40 +.12
FF2035n 13.03 +.16
FF2015 12.15 +.10
FF2025p 12.67 +.13
IncsmeFd n 11.52 +03
Fidelity Invest:
AggrGrr 18.46 +.43
AMgr50 16.63 +.11
AMgr70 16.07 +.15
AMgr20 nr 13.15 +.03
Salanc 19.08 +,23
BluaChipGr 43,51 +.44
CA Mun n 12.35 -.04
Canada n 47,08 +.21
CapApp n 2740 +.42
Caplnco nr 8.66 +.04
ChlnaReg n 22.81 +.09
CongrSI n 454,46 +3.85
CTMun nr 11,36 -.04
Contra n 67.79 +.80
CnvSec 23.99 +.48
Destinyll n 13.11 +.10
DIsEq n 30.75 +865
DiverInlln 36.69 +.24
DIvStkO n 15.22 +,18
DivGthn 31.10 +.39
EmrgMktn 21.51 +.46
Equllncn 58,56 +.77
EQII n 24,70 +.42
EurCapApn 26,73 +.13
Europe n 41.59 +.47
ExchFd n 312.31 +3.02
Export n 22.09 +.18
FldelFd 34.74 +.46
Fity nr 22,08 +.43
FItRateHI r 9.94 +.01
FLMunm 11.42 -.04
FourlnOne n 28,77 +,32
GNMA n 10.69 -.04
Govilnc n 9,98 -.05
GroCo n 66.29 +.95
GroInc 30.23 +.33
Grolncll 10.86 +.14
Highlnc rn 8,92 +.02
Indepndnecen 21.26 -.30
InPmpBnd 10.82 -.10
InlBd n 10.22 -.04
IntGov 9.96 -.04
InImMuni n 9.94 -.02
IntlDisc 35.80 +.27
IntlSmCaprn 27,97 +.11
IntlSCpOpp r 13.75 +.17
InvGB n 7.34 -.03
Japan n 16.59 -.14
JpnSmCo n 1291 -.26
LgCapVI 14.57 +.28
LalAmn 41.02 +1.47
LevCoStock 27.93 +.84
LowPrim 41.11 +.72
Magellan n 89.81 +1.10
MDMum 10.82 -.04
MAMunin 11,88 -.04
MIMunin 11,82 -.03
MidCap n 29.21 4.51
MN Munn 11.38 -.03
MtgeSec n 10.97 -.04
MunIlncn 12.79 -.04
NJMunr 11.49 -.04
NewMkt nr 14.85 +.01
NewMill n 37.94 +.70
NY Mun n 12.76 -.04
OTC 39.84 ..98
OhMunn 11,63 -04
Ovrsea n 45.97 +.62
PacBas n 26.63 -.16
PAMun nr 10.76 -.03
Puritan 19.61 +,16
RealEst n 35.71 +.67
ShtIntMu n 10.19 -.01
STBF n 8.85 -.02
SmCapind 21.80 +.77
SmallCapSnr 18.66 +.51
SmCapValu r 13.67 +.42
SE Asia n 25.04 +.11
StkSc n 27.12 +34
StratDivlnc 13.21 +.21
Strainc n 10.53 -.02
StratReRtn r 10.05 +.06
TotalBondn 10.38 -.04
Trendn 62.54 +.83
USBI n 10.79 -.05
UlShtBd m 10.02
Utility n 17.78 +.34
ValueDisc 16.91 +.32
ValStra I 33.94 +.62
Valuen 83.37 +1.39
Wrldwde n 21.44 +.23
Fidelity Selects:
Airn 45.68 +.92
Banking n 38.61 +.33
Biotech n 64.65 +1.58
Broker n 76.89 -.15
Chem n 70.21 +1.21
Compn 37.43 +.98
Conind n 27.75 +.78
CstHou n 45.82 +1.06
DIAero n 81.80 +1.87
DevComn 20,95 +.46
Electr n 43.83 +1.83
Energy n 46.55 +1.20
EngSvon 63.21 +1.27
Environ 17.25 +.51
FinSvcn 124.78 +.86
Food n 56.75 -.31
Gold m 33.41 +1.18
Health n 128.32
HomeFinIn 54.69 +.56
IndMal n 47.48 +1.56
Insur n 72.45 +.51
Leisrn 83.04 +1.52
MedDeln 50.63 -.61
MedEqSysn 23.90 +.38
Multimed n 47.08 +.94
NatGas n 37.16 +1.33
NatRes rn 25.46 +.77
Papern 31.11 +.69
Pharma n 10.78 +.06
Retailn 54.84 +1.56
Softwrn 82.61 +1.30
Tech n 65.83 +2.18
Telecom n 46.78 +1.02
Trans n 49.65 +1.16
UtilGrn 51.76 +.54
Wireless n 6.88 +-18
Fidelity Spartan:
Equtlndlnv n 48.35 +.57
ExtMkilndlnv 37.82 +'94
5001ndxlivnr 94.98 +1.12
Govlnn 10.77 -.05
Intllndxnv 41.37 +.38
TotMiklldlnv 38.30 +,57
Fidelity Spart Adv:
,EqlndxAdv 48.35 +.57
IntlAdvr 41.37 +37
500Advr 94.99 +1.12
TotlMktAdvr 38.31 +57
First Amer FdsY:
CoreBond 10.90 -.05
Eqtylnconp 15.90 +21
Eqldxl np 25.58 +30
IntBond 9.79 -03
Intln 14.72 +,16
MdCpGrOp 43.72 +E60
First Eagle:
GlobalA 47.61 +.27
OverseasA 26.28 -.02
First Investors A
BIChopA p 22.91 +23
GlobalA p 7.90 +,07
GovTAp 10,66 -.03
GrolncAp 15,17 +.28
IncomeA p 3,02 +.01
InvGrdA p 9.44 -E5
MATFAp 11.77 -.E4
MITFAp 12,24 -.04
MIdCapA np 28,94 +.56
NJTFAp 12.85 -.04
NYTFAp 14.29 -.04
PATFAp 12.87 -.04
SpSIlAp 23,40 +.50
TaxExptA p 9.89 -B3
TolRetAp 14.82 +15
ValueB p 7,56 +.10
Firsthand Funds:
GlobTech 4.17 +4,9
Tech Value n 36.08 +.55
Frank/Temp Fmk A:
AGEAp 2.09
AdjUS p 8.87 -.02
ALTFAp 11.42 -,02
AZTFAp 11.02 -.04
Batnv p 68.97 +1.40
CAHYOd p 10.44 -.03
CallnsAp 12.63 -.03
CA IntermAp 11.49 -.03
CalTFrA p 7.31 -.01
CapGrA 11.71 +.11
COTFAp 11.95 -,04
CT TFAp 11.04 -.03
CvtSecA p 17.00 +.13
Dbl TxFr A 11.91 -.04


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rltn
ORTFAp 11.81 -03 +4.1
PA TFA p 10.37 -.02 +4.3
ReESBcA p 28.70 +.68 +22.5
RisDivAp 37.21 +.49 +25.5
SMCpGrA 39.45 +.8 +135
Stralln p 10,15 +7.1
USGovAp 6.38 -.02 +34
UtbiliesAp 13.14 +.14 +18.2
VATFAp 11,76 -.03 +3.8
Frank/rmp Fmk Adv:
IncomeAdv 257 +02 +15.4
Frank/Temp Fmink B:
IncomoB1 p 2.5B +01 +14.6
IncomeB I 2.57 +.01 +14,3
Frank/Temp Frnk C:
FoundFAlp 13.63 14 +16.9
IncomeCt 2.60 +.02 +15.0
Frankffemp Mtl A&B:
BeaconA 17.16 +.19 +20.1
DIscovA 29.41 +,32 +23.7
EuropnA p 24.39 +.37 +27.6
QualfiledA t 21.93 +.21 +19.9
SharesA 26.29 +.31 +18.8
Frank/Temp Mtl C:
DiscCI 29.10 +31 +22.9
SharesCt 25.92 +.30 +18.0
Frank/Temp Temp A:
DevMktA p 26.47 +.64 +26.0
ForeignA p 14.08 +.13 +17.0
GIBondA p 10.74 -.01 +9.3
GISmCoAp 9.45 +.18 +17.8
GrowlhA p 26.25 +.34 +20.3
IntlxEM p 18.48 +.21 +22.0
WorldA p 20.20 +.27 +20.3
Frank/TempTmp Adv:
FrgnAv 14.06 +.12 +17.3
GrthAv 26;31 +.34 +20.6
Frank/Temp Tmp B&C:
DevMkIC 25.85 +.62 +25.1
ForgnC p 13.82 +.12 +16.1
GrwIhC p 25.54 +.32 +19,5
GE Elfun S&S:
S&S Income n 11.08 -.05 +4.0
S&S PM n 48,03 +.32 +18.4
TaxEx '11.70 -.04 +4.5
Trusts n 54.83 +.06 +14,0
GE Insti Funds:
IntlEq n 15,33 +.15 +27.5
GMOEmMkVr 21.15 +.33 +32.4
GMO Trust II:
Foreign 17.85 +.18 +26,2
GMO Trust III:
EmgMkr 21,21 +.34 +32.4
ECD 11.26 +05 +14.7
Foreign 17.92 +.18 +26.2
IntlnlVal 34.76 +.30 +25,0
IntlSmCo 13.60 +.13 +26.1
TxMgdlntE 19.58 +.22 +2585
USQIyEqty 21.63 +.18 +15,1
GMO Tust IV:
CorePlusBd 10.64 -.01 +4.8
EmgCnDt 11.26 +.04 +14.8
EmerMkt 21.16 +.33 +32.4
Foreign 17,93 +.18 +26,3
IntllnrVal 34.76 +.31 +25.0
USQualEq 21.64 +.18 +15.1
GMO Trust VI:
EmgMktsr 21.18 +.34 +32.5
InSIndxPlus 25,66 -.11 NS
IntlCoreEq 37.93 +.43 NS
Gabelll Funds:
Asset 47,25 +.92 +19.9
GrowthAAA 29.66 +.33 +11.4
Gartmore Fds D:
Bond 9.49 -.05 +3.9
GvtBdD 10.11 -.03 +3.2
GrowtbhD 7.37 +.11 +11.8
NationwD 20.39 +.34 +17.5
TxFrer 10.45 -.02 +3.7
Gartmore Fds Instl:
Intdx In 10.39 +.10 +25.1
MdCpMkldxln 15.74 +.42 +17.9
NwBdIdxl n 10.70 -.05 +3.4
S&P5001nstln11.70 +.14 +18.1
Gartmore Fds Serv:
IDModAgg p 10.87 +.13 NA
IDModp 10.85 +,09 NA
Gateway Funds:
Gateway 26.82 +.09 +11.1
Glenmede Funds:
Intl 21.91 +10 +25.6
Philalnti 21.76 +.12 +25.4
Goldman Sachs A:
CapGrA 21.56 +.28 +12.9
GrStrA 13.14 +.08 +15.8
GrIncA 29.81 +.39 +24,1
GrthOppsA 22.05 +.43 +9.9
HiYieldA 8.01 +.01 +10.4
HYMunlAp 11.49 -.01 +7.9
MidCapVAp 38.51 +.67 +18.1
SmaCapA 46.52 +1.25 +25.0
Goldman Sachs Inst:
CoreFxc 9.78 -.04 +3.3
HIYield 8.02 +.01 +10.6
HYMuni 11.49 -.02 +8.3
MidCapVal 38.88 +.67 +18.6
StructIn 14.87 +.11 +26.7
Guardian Funds:
Stock 32.65 +.37 +21.4
GuldeStone Funds:
CpOppGS4 16.53 +.14 +13,8
GlblEqGS4 17.65 +.21 +17.2
GrlncoGS4 14.98 +.06 +10.4
GrEqGS4 17.54 +.16 +8.3
IntlEqGS4 19.81 +.16 +24.2
LowDurGS4 12.67 -.02 +3.3
MdDurGS4 13.33 -.06 +3.6
ValuEqGS4 19.42 +.28 +20.4
Harbor Funds:
Bond 1164 -.05 +3.4
CapAppnst n 32.58 +.28 +9.9
Intl nr 58.87 +100 +30.6
SCpVIlnst 21.15 +.60 +13.4
Harding Loevner.
EmgMktsr 40.07 +.87 +31.5
Hartford Fds A:
AdvrsAp 16.55 +.07 +11.4
CapAppA p 39.36 +.76 +22.0
DivGthAp 21.21 +.26 +19.9
FIPRaleAp 10.13 +.02 +8.3
MIdCapAp 25.32 +.55 +18.8
SmICoAp 21.49 +.53 +21.3
Hartford Fds B:
CapAppBpn 35,98 +.68 +21.0
Hartford Fds C:
CapAppC t 36.13 +.68 +21.1
Hartford HLS IA:
CapApp 56.27 +1.16 +23.1
DiscplEqty 13.77 +.21 +16.0
Div&Grwth 23.36 +.29 +20.6
GIblLdrs 20.32 +.21 +19.5
GcwthOpp 31.16 +.69 +16.8
Advisers 23,93 +.10 +11.8
Stock 53.47 +.46 +16.6
Index 33.01 +.39 +17.9
IntlOpp 15.22 +,19 +21.7
MIdCap 29.82 +.66 +19.2
TotalRetBd 11.51 -.03 +3.8
Hartford HLS IB :
Advisors p 24.06 +.10 +11.6
CapApprecp 55.89 +1.15 +22.8
Div&Grop 23.25 +.29 +20.3
TotRetp 11.44 -.03 +3.5
Heartland Fds:
Value 52.45 +1.37 +24.1
Henderson GIbI Fds:
IntlOppA p 22.46 +.20 +24.9
Hennessy Funds:
CorGrow 20.71 +1.03 +17.9
ComrGroll 30.95 +1.30 +22.6
Heritage Funds:
MidCStkAp 30.03 +.52 +18,2
HollBalFd 16.47 +.05 +11.5
Hotchkis &Wiley:
CoreValul 14.01 +.19 +17.1
LgCpVal 25.24 +.44 +16.0
LgCapValAp 25.15 +.44 +15.7
MdCpValAp 31.15 +.58 +21.4
MidCpVal 31.33 +.59 +21,8
HussmnStrGr 16.23 ... +2.6
ICM SmICo 41.74 +1.24 +23.4
ICON Fds:
Energy 31.90 +1.09 +11.4
HIthcare 17.90 -.06 +6.4
ING Funds Cl A:
InIValAp 21.15 +.09 +25.4
ING Partners:
JPMFInI n 15.32 +.18 +23.4
SBAggGrI n 48,44 +.68 +17.4
TRPGrEqln 56.58 +.26 +16.8
INGT,M,Q&i:
IntVall 21.21 +.10 +25.9
ISIFunds:
NoAmp 7.31 -.02 +4.2
IXIS Advisor CI A:
TarEqty 10.62 +.19 +10.3
Ivy Funds:
GINatRsA p 30.41 +.85 +27.3
GIbNatResCp 28.19 +.79 +26.4
JPMorgan A Class;
Inv Bat p 12.83 +08 +11.4
InvGrtlnA p 14.48 +.15 +14.8
MdCpVal p 26,02 +,36 +20.5
JP Morgan InstI:
MidcpVaap n 29,48 +37 +21.2
JPMorgan Select:
Bond 9,21 -,01 +3.5
IntlEq 36.96 +.42 +23.9
IntrepdGr 22.12 +.47 +16.0
MdCpValu ... +20.8
USEquity 12.07 +.17 +19,7
JPMorgan Sel Cis:
CoreBond 10.51 -.05 +3.4
CorePlusBdn 7.88 ,-.03 +3.9
Eqlndx 31.09 +.37 +18,0
GovBond 10.01 -.05 +3.1
HIYIdBond 8.37 +04 +11,1
InlmdTFBd 10.62 -.03 +3.5
IntlEql 26.21 +.31 +25.1
IntrdAmer 27.30 +.56 +20,6
LgCapVal 17.75 +.20 +22,2
MIlCpMkNeu r 11.20 +,07 +7,2
MunllncSI 9.73 -.03 +3.7
SmCpCore 49,25 +1.37 +20.7
TaxFrBond n 12.68 -.03 +4.2
JP Morgan Ultra:
MIgBacked 10.36 -.03 +3.9
Janus :
Balanced n 23.75 +.09 +13.8
Contradean 17.17 +.15 +23.3


Exp. Open High Low Settle Chg Exp.

CORN (CBOT) Jul07
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel Sep 07
Dec06 298.00 317.00 298.00 314.00 +16.00 Dec07
Mar 07 308.00 326,.00 308.00 324.00 +15.00 Maro08
May 07 312.00 330,00 312.00 329.00 +17.00 Est.,sales
Jul07 315.00 334.00 315.00 333.00 +16,00 Thuseos
Sep07 312.00 326,.00 312.00 323.00 +10.00 SUGAF
112,0001I
Dec07 314.00 325.00 313.00 324.00 +10.00 Mar07
Mar08 321.00 '.K i: ii,. .'31.00 +9,00 M 07
EsL sales 248,860. M... .07 . 0
' Thu'/ms open Int. 1,279,466, +5,677 Jul07
OATS(CBOT) Ocl07
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel Mar 08
Dec 06 237.00 246,00 233,00 236.00 -3.00 May 08
Mar 07 248.00 252.00 240.00 242.00 -2.00 Jul08
May 07 247.00 247.00 243.00 243.00 -2.00 Est. sale
Jul07 239.00 242.00 239.00 241.00 -1.00 Thu-sn
Sep 07 225,00 225.00 225.00 225.00 +.00 CATTL
40,000110
Dec 07 213.00 213.00 205.00 210.00 Oct 06
May08 210.00 210,00 210.00 210.00 Dec060
Est. sales 1,635. Thui/es sales 2,907
Thu/2es open Int, 13,434, -63 Feb07
WINTER WHEAT (KCBT) Apr 07
5,000 bu minlmum- cents per bushel Jun 07
Dec 06 535.00 549.00 533.00 543.00 +10.00 Aug07
Mar 07 545.00 559.00 544.00 554.00 +8.00 Ocl 07
May 07 528.00 542,00 528.00 538.00 +16.00 Est. sale
Jul07 472.00 489.00 472.00 484.00 +14.00 Thuses
Sep 07 475,00 487.00 475.00 487.00 +13.00 FEEDE
50,0000lb,
Dec07 481.00 497.00 481.00 493.00 +16.00 Oct106
Mar 08 502.00 502,00 502.00 502.00 +8.00 Nov 06
Est. sales 14,798. Thutaes sales 24,545
Thusas open Int. 146,360, -3,330 Jan 07
COTTON 2 (NYBT) Mar 07
50,000 Ibs.- cents paper lb. Apr 07
Dec 06 49.03 49.28 48.75 49.01 +.08 May 07
Mar 07 52.40 52.50 52.00 52.47 +.24 a-,, n-
May 07 53.40 53.90 53.30 53.90 +,35 .1
Jul07 54.45 55.00 54.45 54,75 +.18 Thuaeas
Oct 07 55.70 55.70 55.70 55,70 +.15 HOGS-
40,000110
Dec07 56.90 56.90 56.60 56.70 +.10 Oct06
Mar08 58.90 58.90 58.90 58.90 +.10 Dec 06
Est. sales 6,807. Thuas sales 22,614 Dec06
Thua/rs open Int. 182,956, -917 Feb 07
COCOA (NYBT) Apr07
10 metric Ions- $ per on May 07
Dec 06 1418 1425 1410 1416 +3 Jun07
Mar07 1460 1460 1446 1450 +1 Jul07
May07 1475 1475 1472 1473 +1 Est. sales


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtnI
UtilltyA 16.21 +.25 +26.1
ValueA p 22.39 +.32 +22.2
JennisonDryden B:
GrowthB 14.68 +.15 +8.4
HiYIdB nt 5.71 ... +9.0
InsuredB 10.77 -.04 +3.5
JennisonDryden Z&I:
GrowthZ 16.54 +.16 +9.5
JenseniJ 25.65 -.09 +12.0
John Hancock A:
BondA p 14.71 -.06 +3,5
ClassicVal p 27.88 +.32 +21.6
RgBkA 42.40 +,72 +22,1
StrlncA p 6.74 -.01 +3,7
USGIbLdrsn 28.54 +.05 +5.0
John Hancock B:
SItrlncB 6.74 -.01 +3.0
John Hancock ClI1:
LSAggress 14.57 +.22 NS
LSBalance 14.63 +.11 NS
LS Conserve 13.66 -.01 NS
LSGrowth 15.07 +.17 NS
LS Moder 13.78 +.05 NS
Julius Baer Funds:
IntlEqir 42.92 +.60 +28.7
IntlEqA 42.05 +.58 +28.4
IntlEqll Ir 13.83 +.22 +26.5
KeelSmCp p 24.59 +.98 +24.9
Kinetics Funds:
Paradigm 23.69 +.20 +22.5
LSVValEqn 18.77 +.38 +25.2
Laudus Funds:
IntIMMsIrl 20,29 +.16 +22.1
Lazard Instl:
EmgMkll 20,20 +.43 +30.3
Legg Mason: Fd
Oppty_FI p 17.58 +.39 NE
OppotTrt 17.29 +.38 +14.9
Spiny np 42.12 +1.08 +14.0
ValTrp 67.91 +.55 +9.5
Legg Mason InstI:
ValTrFI p 74.01 +.61 +10.2
ValTrlnst 75.36 +.63 +10.6
Legg Mason Ptrs A:
AgGrA p 114.10 +1.62 +16.2
ApprA p 15.61 +.12 +15.3
CaplncA 17.93 +.18 +11.3
FdValAp 16.23 +.22 +17.2
HilncAt 6.77 +.01 +9.6
lnllAIICpGrA p 14.51 +.06 +23.5
LgCapGAp 23.19 +.11 +7.2
MgMuA p 15.63 -.02 +5.9
Legg Mason Ptrs B:
AgGrBt 101.39 +1.43 +15.2
ApprBI 15.15 +.12 +14.3
CapncB It 17.78 +,17 +10.7
FdValBt 15.10 +.20 +16.1
LgCapGBt 21.67 +.10 +6.4
Legg Mason Ptrs C:
AggGrC 102.26 +1.44 +15.4
Legg Mason Ptrs 1:
DiStratm 18.23 +.16 +18.2
Grolnci 17.12 +.24 +15.4
Legg Mason PtrsY:
AggGroYt 119.00 +1.70 +16.7
LgCapGroY 23.99 +.11 +7.6
Leuthold Funds:
Corelnvstn 17.84 +.30 +11.1
Longleaf Partners:
Partners 36.14 +.89 +22.4
Intln 19.46 +.28 +18.5
SmCap 31.30 +.84 +26.1
Loomis Sayles:
LSBondl 14.09 -.01 +10.1
StrlncC 14.61 -.01 +9.7
LSBondR 14.06 -.01 +9.9
StrincA 14.56 -.01 +10.6
Lord Abbett A:
AftillaidAp 15.72 +.10 +19.7
AIIValueA 13.06 +.16 +18.6
BalanStratA 11.92 +.05 +13.4
BondDebA p 7.86 +.03 +9.0
GlIncA p 6.71 -.06 +1.7
MIdCapAp 23.03 +.41 +14.5
RsSmCpA 33.94 +1.06 +29.7
RsAmVal p 1299 +.18 +14.0
Lord Abbett B:
AffildBp 15.76 +.09 +19.0
BdDbBp 7.87 +.02 +8.2
Lord Abbett C:
AffidC p 15.73 +.09 +18.9
BdDbC p 7.88 +.03 +8.4
MIdCapVCp 2203 +.38 +13.68
Lord AbbettY:
AY 15.75 +.09 +20.1
RschSmCpY 35.30 +1.11 +30.1
M Funds:
BrandesIns 2501 +.10 +23.6
MFS Funds A:
MITA 20.18 +.16 +17.2
MIGA 13.46 +.13 +11.5
BondA 12.47 -.06 +3.8
EmGrA 35.65 +.58 +12.9
GrAIIA 14.59 +.15 +14.7
GrOpA 9.24 +.08 +8,.6
HincA 3.84 +.01 +9.2
IntNwDA 27.05 +.32 +25.8
MuBdA 10.50 -.03 +4.3
MuHiAI 8.49 -.02 +6.6
MuFLA 10.09 -.03 +4,4
ResBondA 9.92 -.05 +3.2
RschA 23.12 +.33 +15.1
ReschlntA 19.86 +.19 +28.8
TotRA 16.24 +.10 +11,8
UtlA 14.84 +.25 +24.3
ValueA 26.29 +.30 +22.0
MFS Funds B:
MAITS 19.60 +.15 +16.5
MIGB 12.23 +.11 +10.8
GvScB 9.36 -.04 +2.1
HilnB 3.85 +.01 +8.5
MulnB 8.57 -.03 +3.6
TotRB 16.23 +.10 +11.0
ValueB 26.14 +.29 +21.2
MFS Funds C:
TotRIC 16.30 +.11 +11.1
ValueC 268.11 +.29 +21.2
MFS Funds I:
ReInT 20.36 +.19 +29.3
StratGrthl 20.28 +.28 +9.2
Valuel 26.40 +.30 +22.4
MFS Funds Insti:
IntlEqty 20.59 +.08 +28.4
MaInStay Funds A:
HiYIdBdA 6.31 +.02 +8.9
MainStay Funds B:
CpAppBt 29.62 +.36 +11.1
ConvBt 14.30 +.15 .10.4
GovtB t 8.13 -.03 +2.2
HiYIdBBt 6.28 +.02 +8.1
IntlEqB 15.36 +.09 +24,5
SmCpGrBtp 15.39 +.34 +13.1
TotRtBt 19.78 +.11 +12,0
MainStay Funds I:
ICAP Eqty 46.63 +.65 +20.5
ICAP SelEq 40.82 +.55 +19,5
S&P5001dx 31.87 +.38 +17.9
Malrs & Power:
Growth n 76.81 +1.17 +15.8
Managers Funds:
FremontBdn 10.20 -.07 +3.1
SpclEq 93.91 +2.82 +18.3
Marsico Funds:
Focus p 18.83 +.23 +13.6
Growp 19.29 +.29 +11.4
21stCentp 14.56 +,35 +28.7
MassMutual Inst:
CoreBdS 10.92 -.04 +3.2
Master Select:
Equity 15.90 +.40 +14.3
Intl 19.68 +.14 +22.6


12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn

Matthews Asian:
AsianG&l 18.97 +.07 +17.3
PacTiger 22.07 +.21 +25.5
Mellon Funds:
BondFund 12,22 -.05 +3.0
EmgMkts 25.63 +.38 +26.4
IntlFund 18.07 +.07 +22.3
LrgCapStk 10.84 +.14 +15.3
MidCapStk 14.87 +.36 +19.4
NatllntMuni 12.99 -.05 +4.1
Mellon Inst Funds:
IntlEqty 39.74 +.40 +26.0
MergerFdn 16.04 +.04 +10,1
Meridian Funds:
Growth 41.90 +.59 +24.3
Value 39.12 +.79 +20.0
Metro West Fds:
TotalRelBondl 9.54 -.03 +4. 8
Midas Funds:
Midas Fd n 3.77 +.19 +54.5
Monetta Funds:
MoneSa n 12.45 +.26 +12.4
MonagGr I 24.83 +.23 +8,7
Morgan Stanley A:
DIvGthA 29.46 +.20 +13.8
EqtyWidA p 42.69 +.65 +19.8
FocusGroA 26.88 +.29 +8.2
GlobDIvA 15.83 +.13 +19.0
US GvtA 8.94 -.03 +2.9
Morgan Stanley B:
DivGIhB 29.80 +.20 +13.9
FocusGrowB 25.05 +.27 +7.4
GIbDIvB 16.04 +.14 +19.1
GrowthB 13.75 +.13 +12.0
StralB 20.69 +.23 +16.9
MorganStanley Inst:
Actlntl n 14,26 +,13 +24.1
EmMktn 30,11 +.76 +36.7
CrPIFInst n 11.32 -.02 +4.3
GIValEqAn 20.00 +.19 +19.0
IntlSmCpA n 24,80 +.03 +13.3
InllEq n 23.31 +.10 +19.4
IntlEqB np 23.10 +.10 +19.2
LidDurPIn 10.31 .. +4.0
MCapGr n 25.89 +.37 +17.1
MCGrAdvp 25.20 +.36 +16.8
SmCGrBnp 13.04 +.40 +19.2
SmICoGrAn 13.68 +.42 +19.4
USLgCpGrA 19,40 +.18 +13.1
USReal n 29.32 +.46 +45.5
Mublenkmpn 83.61 +1.93 +7.0
Munder Funds A:
InlernelA 19.30 +.16 +7.1
MdCpCGrt 24.49 +.49 +17.9
Mutual Series:
BeaconZ 17.28 +.19 +20.5
DiscZ 29.75 +.32 +24.1
EuropZ 24.80 +.38 +28.0
QualldZ 22.09 +.22 +20.3
SharesZ 26.51 +.32 +19.1
Neuberger&Berm Inv:
Focus n 36.16 +.83 +20.5
Genesis n 34.97 +.65 +10.4
Geneslnsll 48.03 +.88 +10.5
Guardn n 19.33 +.23 +14.8
Intlr 24.22 +.33 +21.4
Partner n 29.48 +.74 +15.5
Neuberger&Berm Tr:
Genesis n 49.95 +.92 +10.3
Partner n 22.72 +.57 +15.3
Nicholas Group:
Highincl 2.15 +.01 +8.5
Nicholn 60.69 +.70 +11.0
Northeast Investors:
Trust 7.65 +.03 +11.6
Northern Funds:
FixIn n 9.74 -.04 +3.3
HiYFxlnc n 8.03 +.01 +8.7
IntEqidx r ... +24.4
IntGrEq n 13.18 +.10 +22.3
LrgCapVal 14,42 +.08 +20.1
SmnCapldxn 11.98 +.36 +23.2
Technlyn 12.14 +.30 +11.4
Nuveen CI A:
HYIdMuBdp 22.51 -.11 +8.1
Nuveen Cl C:
HYMunBdt 22.49 -.11 +7.4
Nuveen CI R:
InMun R 10.76 -.07 +4.6
IntmDurMuBd 8.99 -.05 +4.1
Oak Assoc Fds:
WhitOakSIGr n31.47 +.25 +1.3
Oakmark Funds I:
Eqtylncr 26.67 +.12 +11.2
Globallr 27.21 +.17 +22.8
IntlIr 27.17 +.07 +26.6
IntlSmCpr 24.15 +.17 +31.1
Oakmarkr 45.88 +.86 +17.8
Select r 35.67 +.76 +17,4
Old Mutual Adv II:
Tech&ComZ n12.62 +.34 +12.9
Old Westbury Fds:
Inlln 13.39 +.02 +19.8
MIdCapEq p 17.72 +.36 +24.9
RealRetum 11.63 +.35 +14.6
Olstein Funds:
FnclAlertC 17.89 +.34 +15.5
Oppenheimer A:
AMTFrMuA 10.20 -.03 +7,0
AMTFrNY 13.14 -.04 +7.8
CAMuniAp 11.59 -.03 +7.0
CapAppA p 44.90 +.35 +12.8
CaplncAp 12.60 +.11 +11.6
ChlncA p 9.36 +.02 +8.2
DevMktAp 39.94 +.96 +25.9
DiscFd p 45.46 +1.20 +12.1
EquityA 11.19 +.11 +13.7
GlobalA p 73.59 +.95 +20.2
GIblOppA 41.10 +.94 +29.0
Gold p 28.66 +1.66 +49.4
GrowthA p 30.50 +.23 +10.6
HighYIdA p 9.38 +.01 NA
IntlBdA p 5.79 ... +5.1
IntGrowp 25.11 +.33 +25.5
IntlSmlCoA 23.35 +.52 +23.9
LTGovAp 9,94 -.02 +3.7
LtdTrmMu 15.89 -.02 +5.0
MnStFdA 41.07 +.59 +18.1
MainStrOpAp 14.91 +.22 +18.6
MnSISCpAp 22.87 +.67 +21.6
MidCapA 18.76 +.13 +11.3
PAMuniAp 12.89 -.03 +6.4
RealAstAp 6.93 +.03 -16.3
S&MdCpVIA 36.65 +.93 +18.9
StrlncAp 4.19 +.01 +5.9
USGvtp 9.40 -.04 +3.1
ValueA p 25.93 +.31 +16.5
Oppenheimer B:
AMTFrMuB 10.17 -.02 +8.3
AMT-FrNY 13.14 -.05 +6,8
CapAppBp 41.10 +.32 +11.8
CaplncB t 12.46 +.10 +10.7
ChlncB t 9.35 +.02 +7.3
Equity B 10.67 +.10 +12.7
GloblBIt 68.38 +.87 +19.3
HiYidB t 9.24 +.01 NA
MnStFdB 39.72 +.56 +17.1
StrncBt 4.20 ... +5.1
Oppenhelmer C&M:
DevMktC t 38.97 +.94" +25.0
GlobalCp 89.55 +.89 +19.3
IntlBondC 5.77 ... +4.3
MnStFdC 39.68 +.56 +17.2
StrincCI 4.18 ... +5.1
Oppenhelm GQuest:
QBalA 18,85 +.13 +12.4
QBalanC 18.51 +.12 +11.6
QBalanB 18.50 +.12 +11.5
QOpptyA 30.13 +.25 +8.1
Oppenheimer Roch:
LtdNYA p 3,39 .. +4.9
LtdNYC I 3,37 -,01 +3.8


12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn
RoNIMuCI 12.864 -.02 +9.3
RoMu Ap 18.62 -.05 +8.2
RoMu B 18.61 -.04 +7.3
RoMuCp 18.60 -.04 +7.3
RcNilMuA 12.66 -.02 +10,2
PIMCO Admin PIMS:
ShtTmAd p 9.7 -.01 +3,8
TotRetAd n 1036 -06 +3.1
PIMCO InstliPIMS:
AIIAsset 12.68 -.03 +5.5
CommodRR 14.10 +.22 -1
DavLocMkir 10.55 +06 +90
Diverlnco 11.05 -.03 +7.4
EmMksBd 11.26 -.02 +11.0
Fliglncr 10.49 +.02 +8.2
FrgnBdUnd r 9.93 -.12 +0.8
FrgnBd n 1036 -.04 +3.2
GlobalBd n 9.55 -.10 +1.6
HiYdn 9.71 -.01 +8.7
LowDur n 9.90 -.04 +3.2
LTUSGn 10.51 -.13 +1.4
ModDurin 994 -.05 +3.0
RealReturn 11.12 -.19 +04
RealRetlnstl 10.76 -.11 +1.5
ShortT 9.97 -.01 +4.0
TotRetn 10,36 -.06 +3.3
TRI n 9.83 -.06 +3.1
TRIIll n 9.15 -.06 +3.1
PIMCO Funds A:
All Asset p 12.62 -.03 +5.0
CommodRR p 14.00 +.22 -5.6
HiYIdA 9.71 -.01 +8.2
LowDurA 9.90 -.04 +2.8
RealRelA p 10.76 -.11 +1.1
TotRtA 10.36 -.06 +2.9
PIMCO Funds B:
RealRBtB 1 10.76 -.11 +0,3
TotRIB I 10.36 -.06 +2.1
PIMCO Funds C:
AIIAssetCI 12.53 -.03 +4.2
CommRR p 13.86 +.22 -6.3
RealRetC p 10.76 -.11 +0.6
TotRtC t 10,36 -.06 +2.1
PIMCO Funds D:
CommodRR p 14.01 +.22 -5.6
RealRtlnp 10,76 -.11 +1.1
TotlRtn p 10,36 -.06 +3.0
Pax World:
Balanced 25.17 +.24 +12.3
Paydenfunds:
CoreBond 10.13 -.07 +2.8
PennMutCp 11.15 +.30 +18,8
PhoenlxFunds A:
BalanA 15,62 +.10 +13.3
CapGrthA 15.76 +.27 +9.0
IntlA 13.14 +.15 +24,3
MulSStAp 4.71 -.01 +4,7
RealE A 35.68 +.72 +45.8
Pioneer Funds A:
CullenVal 19,49 +.19 +19.2
BalancA p 10.23 +.05 +8.1
BondA p 9.04 -.04 +3.2
EqlncA p 33.10 +.44 +24.8
EuroSelEqA 38.83 +.58 +26.7
GrowlhA p 13.43 +.17 +10.7
HIghYidA p 11.02 +.09 +9.0
* IntlValA 22,93 +.28 +23.6
MdCpGrA 15.97 +.29 +11,9
MdCpVaA p 24.94 +.37 +14.8
PlonFdA p 49.58 +.71 +20.5
TaxFreeAp 11.66 -.04 +4.6
ValueAp 18.93 +.31 +16.2
Pioneer Funds B:
HiYIleldB t 11,06 +.06 +8.2
MIdCapValB 21.67 +.32 +13.9
Pioneer Funds C:
HiYIdC t 11.17 +.09 +8.3
Price Funds Adv:
Eqtylncp 28.77 +.32 +19.6
Growth pn 30.52 +.16 +17.1
HiYIdp 6.91 ... +8.4
Value p 26.39 +.32 +22.1
Price Funds:
Balance n 20.84 +.12 +14.0
BlueChipG n 34.33 +.10 +13.9
CalTx n 10.99 -.04 +4.6
CapAprn 21.98 +.14 +16.1
DivGron 24.79 +.17 +17.7
EmgEurope 30.03 +1.33 +31.7
EmMktSn 29.45 +.85 +29.9
Eqlncn 28.83 +.33 +19.9
EqIdxsn 36.67 +.43 +17.9
Europe n 20.09 +.20 +24.4
FLIntm n 10.71 -.03 +3.3
GNMn 9.32 -.04 +3.6
Growth n 30.79 +.16 +17.3
Gwthlnsn 21.81 +.11 +15,9
HIthSBc n 26.55 +.15 +17.4
HiYIdn 6.93 +.01 +8.6
FoiEqn 18.90 +.16 +18.7
InsBdn 9.34 -.09 +2.5
[ntlDis n 47.11 +.08 +26.1
IntlGr&inc 16.59 +.17 +26.3
InStk n 16.03 +.13 +18.6
Japan n 10.89 -.17 +10.2
LatAmsn 33.45 +1.19 +51.7
MdShbtn 5.13 -.01 +2.7
MdTxFr n 10.63 -.04 +4.3
MediaTI n 39.26 +.69 +28.2
MidCapn 56.24 +.79 +14.6
MCapVal n 26.50 +.41 +23.7
NewAm-n 33.19 +.35 +13.1
N Asia n 13.58 +.08 +24.6
NewEran 44.19 +1.41 +20.1
NwHrzn n 33.47 +.80 +15.7
Newnco n 8.84 -.04 +3.5
NYTxF n 11.31 -.03 +4.4
PSBal n 19.82 +.10 +13.5
PSGrown 25.11 +.19 +16.4
PSInco n 15.63 +.05 +10,5
RealEs n 24.70 +.51 +45.1
R2010n 15.78 +.11 +14.3
R2015 1221 +.10 +15.5
Retm2020 n 17.09 +.15 +16.6
R2025 12.59 +.11 +17.6
R2030n 18.18 +.17 +18.7
R2040n 18.28 +.18 +18.8
SciTch n 20.10 +.44 +8.9
STBdn 4.67 -.01 +3.6
SmCapStkn 36.12 +.86 +20.2
SmCapValn 41.09 +1.10 +18.5
SpecGr 20.03 +.21 +19.1
Specln n 11.97 -.01 +7.5
TxFree n 9.99 -.04 +4.,8
TxFrHY n 12.04 -.03 +6.4
TFIntm n 11.09 -.03 +3.7
TxFrSI n 5.33 -.02 +3.0
US Int 5.22 -.04 +2.2
USLong 11.35 -.13 +1.4
VA TF n 11.61 -.03 +4.3
Value n 26.57 +.31 +22.2
Principal Funds:
LT20301n 13.45 +.14 +17.5
Principal Inv:
BdMtglnsl 10.58 -.04 +3.7
DiscLCBIInst 16.03 +.23 +17.6
IntlGrthlnst 12.88 +.11 +24.7
LITm20201n 13.56 +.12 +16.0
PtiLV In 15.45 +.18 +22.7
PrtLCpGr21 8.98 +.15 +15.0
Putnam Funds A:
AmGvA p 8.78 -.07 +2.5
AABalAp 12.03 +.10 +14.4
AAGthAp 13.60 +.16 +19.0
AZTE 9,17 -.03 +3.7
CATxAp 8.19 -.02 +4.2
ClassIcEqA p 14.27 +.24 +14.6
Convertp 18.90 +,21 +15,1
DiscGr 19.79 +.45 +17.3
DvrlnAp 9.87 -.06 +5.9
EqlnA p 18.76 +.28 +20.2
EuroEqA 27.80 +.41 +28.8
FLTxA 9.14 -.03 +3.9
GeoAp 19.08 +.19 +12.6
GIGvAp 11.94 -.08 +2.4
GlbEqty p 10.42 +.19 +21.2
GrinAp 21.69 +31 +18.3
HIthAp 64,06 -.08 +7.2
HIYdA p 7,98 +.03 +9.1
HYAdAp 6.16 +.01 +11.1
IncmA p 6.70 -.02 +3.2
IntlEq p 30.82 +.37 +25,1
IntlGrln p 15.88 +.21 +27.5
IntlCapO p 33.60 +.41 +28.2
InvAp 14,66 +.19 +18.0
MITx p 8.97 -.02 +3.4
MNTxp 8.97 -.02 +3.7
NJTxAp 9.22 -.03 +4.1
NwOpAp 48,10 +.86 +15.6
NwValAp 19.85 +33 +18.4
NYTxAp 8.64 -.03 +4.0
OTC A p 8.68 +.23 +20.9
PATE 9.09 -.02 +4,0
TxExAp 8.75 -,02 +3.9
TFInAp 14,83 -,05 +3.7
TFHYA 13,06 -,02 +5.9


Ope Hgh owSaTeUhg ESp pnHg o eteCgBp pnHg o al h


1497 1497 1497 1497 +1
1525 1525 1515 1518 -3
1544 1544 1544 1544 -1
1565 1571 1565 1571 -2
s 8,826. Thuses sales 20,387
open InL. 152,612, +7,280
I-WORLD 11 (NYBT)
Ibs,- cents par Ib.
11.15 11.27 11.12 11.13

11.40 11.42 11.29 11.32 +.02
11.60 11.60 11.44 11.48 +.03
11.73 11.73 11.65 11.70 +.04
12.00 12.02 11.95 12.00 +.04
12.03 12.03 12.01 12.01 +.03
12.02 12.02 12.02 12.02 +03
s 27,330. ThubAs sales 29,741
open int. 434,920, -764
E (CME)
bs.- cents per lb.
88.60 88.75 88.10 88.45 -.30
87.75 88.00 87.37 87.92 +,22
89.90 90.40 89.80 90.30 +.42
88.95 89.70 88.90 89.62 +.72
85.50 86.05 85.50 86.05 +.60
84.75 85.00 84.65 85.00 +.25
87.25 87.42 87.22 87.30 +.10
s 19,268. Thules sales 33,497
open int. 202,495, -3,460
IR CATTLE (CME)
bs.- cents per Ib,
107.70 107.70 106.80 107.15 -.30
105.65 105,80 104.80 104.87 -.75
104.25 104.30 103.35 103.55 -.47
102.85 102,85 102,25 102,30 -.52
102.40 102.40 101.90 101.90 -.60
102.50 102.50 101.70 101.70 -.70
i1i 95 104.95 104.20 104.20 -.75
i Thuvaes sales 8,721
open int, 23.542, -291
-Lean (CME)
ba.- cents per 11,
65.25 65,35 65.05 65.15 +.12
61.40 61.90 60.72 61.05 +,05
63.50 64.10 63,05 63.27 -.03
64.10 64.82 64.00 64.32 +.25
67.75 68.00 67.60 67.65
69.00 69.47 69.00 69,.37 +,32
66.80 67.35 66.75 67,20 +.80
s 15,052. Thubnas sales 35,828


Thuaros open int. 175,181, +1,619
GOLD (COMX)
100 troy oz.- dollars per troy oz.
Oct06 585.50 588.80 585.50 588.80 +12.50
Nov06 590.50 590.50 590.50 590.50 +12.40
Dec 06 580.30 594.20 579.40 592.70 +12.40
Feb 07 587.50 600.00 587.30 598,60 +12.50
Apr07 594.00 605.00 593.20 604,30 +12.70
Jun07 597.10 611.00 597.10 609,90 +12.80
Aug07 604,30 616.30 604.30 615.50 +13.00
Est., sales .... Th uwes sales 30,690
Thuses open Inl. 334,842, +1,621
SILVER (COMX)
5,000 Iroy oz.- cents per troy oz.
Oct06 1159,8 1159.8 1159.8 1159,8 +30.3
Nov 06 1174.0 1174.0 1163.1 1163.1 +29.4
Dec06 1139.0 1172.5 1133.0 1168.0 +30.0
Jan 07 1172.9 1172.9 1172.9 1172.9 +30.0
Mar07 1157.0 1186.0 1157.0 1183.8 +30.2
May07 1192,3 1192.3 1192.31192.3 +30.2
Jul07 1202.0 1202.0 1200.7 1200.7 +30.2
Est. sales.... ThuOes sales 6,749
Thu'-s open inL. 102,118, +473
HI GRADE COPPER (COMX)
25,000 lbs,- cents per Ib.
Oct 06 342.50 342.50 339.75 339.85 +2.45
Nov06 343.00 344.00 341.00 341.10 +2.55
Dec06 338.80 344.50 337.50 341.35 +2.70
Jan 07 337.70 342,00 337.70 340.75 +2.70
Feb07 336.50 341,00 336.50 339.85 +2.70
Mar 07 335,95 341,00 335,05 338.60 +2.65
Apr 07 336.40 336.40 336.40 336.40 +2.65
Est. sales.,,. Thumres sales 8,907
Thuhres open Int. 69,523, +293
EURODOLLARS (CME)
$1 mlillon-pts oi 100 pct.
Oct06 94.625 94,627 94.622 94.622 -.002
Nov06 94.625 94.625 94.610 94.615 -.005
Dec 06 94.620 94.630 94.610 94.615 -.005
Jan 07 94.630 94.630 94.630 94.630 -.015
Feb07 94.625 94.625 94,625 94.625 -.015
Mar 07 94.695 94.740 94.665 94.680 -.015
Jun07 94.820 94.875 94,775 94,795 -.025
Est. sales 278,601. Thuses sales 2,063,911
Thumss open Int. 9,783,005, +17,891
LUMBER CME)
110,000 bd. I.- $ per 1,000 bd. ft.
Nov 06 262.0 264.0 258.0 262.2 +4.5
Jan 07 278.8 279.5 276.0 276,5 +.7


12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn
USGvAp 12.94 -08 +3.2
UtilAp 12.43 +.13 +17.5
VstaA p 11.03 +20 +14.2
VoyAp 17.74 +.30 +100
Putnam Funds B:
CapAprt 20.28 +.33 +16.5
ClasslcEqB t 14.13 +.23 +13,7
DiscGmth 18.12 +.41 +16.5
DwlvnBt 9.80 -05 +5.1
Eqlnct 18.61 +.28 +19.3
EuEqtyB 26.77 +.40 +279
FLTxBt 9.14 -.02 +3.2
G(OBI 16.89 +.18 +11.7
G IncBI 11.90 -.08 +1.7
GIbEqty 9.48 +.17 +20.2
GINtRs t 28.90 +1.03 +18.1
GrInB 1 21.39 +.31 +17.4
HlhBt 57.41 -.08 +6.4
HiYIdB t 7.94 +.02 +.3
HYAdvB t 6.08 +.02 +10.3
IncomeB I 6.65 -.03 +2.3
InllEq p 29.58 +.36 +24.2
IntlGrInt 15.56 +.21 +26.6
IntNop t 14.55 +12 +21.9
InvB t 13.41 +.18 +17.1
NJTxB1 9.22 -.03 +3.4
NwOppBt 42.88 +.76 +14.7
NwVal p 19.47 +.32 +17.6
NYTxB t 8.62 -.03 +3.3
OTCB1 7.61 +.20 +20.0
TxExB t 8.75 -.03 +3.2
TFHYBt 13.08 -.02 +5.2
TFInBt 14.85 -.05 +3.0
USGvBt 12.87 -.08 +2.4
UtIIB 12.36 +.12 +16.6
VistaB t 9.56 +.18 +13.4
VoyBt 15.43 +.26 +9.2
Putnam Funds M:
Dvrlncp 9.78 -.06 +5.6
Putnam Funds Y:
Gr&lnc 21.74 +.32 +18.6
Income 6,74 -.03 +3.3
IntlEq 31.07 +.38 +25.4
Voyager 18.34 +.31 +10.3
Quaker Funds:
SIrGrwthA 24,29 +.41 +12.8
RS Funds:
CoreEqtyA 36,01 +.41 +21,0
IntlGrwthA 17,06 +.13 +21.8
RSNalRts np 33.61 +1.10 +12.3
RSPartners 35.04 +.65 +11,5
Value Fd 27.00 +.37 +17.2
Rainier Inv Mgt:
SmMCap 36.58 +.94 +22.8
SmMCplnsI 37.00 +.96 +23.1
RiverSource A:
BalancedA 10.66 +.07 +14.4
DIspEqA p 7.21 +.11 +18.6
DEI 13.40 +.18 +24.2
DivlBd 4.76 -.02 +3.4
DivOppA 8.46 +.09 +22.7
EqtyVal p 12.60 +.16 +25.6
Growth 30.48 +.19 +12.5
HIYidBond 2.92 +.01 +10.3
HIYIdTxExA 4.39 -.01 +4.4
IntlSelValp 10,83 +.11 +27.8
LgCpEqA p 5.79 +.08 +16.5
MidCapGrA 13.85 +.24 +4.2
MldCpVal p 9.38 +.19 +23.8
SmColndex 9.19 +.27 +19.1
StrtgcALA 10.99 +.13 +17.2
RiverSource B:
DivrEqlnct 13.41 +.18 +23.3
LgCpEqB t 5.66 +.05 +15.5
Royce Funds:
LowPrSkSvcr 17.41 +.42 +25.1
MicroCapl n 17.85 +.44 +21.3
Opplyl r 14.09 +.44 +23.3
PennMulm 11.82 +.32 +20.0
Premier] nr 17.78 +.36 +17.5
TotRetlr 13.78 +.29 +18.3
ValPlusSvc 13.44 +.35 +24.4
Russell Funds S:
DivBondS 23.08 -.10 +3.2
DivEqS 48.90 +.69 +17.2
EmerMkis 21.48 +.46 +29.9
IntlSecS 77.76 +.54 +24.9
MstatBondS 10.24 -.04 +3.3
QuantEqS 41.69 +.63 +17,9
RESecS 56.38 +1.13 +42.6
ShortDuraBdS18.61 -.02 +3.3
SpecialGrS 55.94 +1.43 +21.5
Russell Insti I:
Eqty I 3341 +.47 +17.5
EqtyQl 39.10 +.60 +18.4
Fixncme I 20.56 -.08 +3.5
Intll 49.61 +.33 +25.3
Russell LfePts C:
AggStrC p 12,27 +.13 +16.9
BalStrC p 11.99 +.08 +13.4
Russell LfePts R3:
BalStratp 12.07 +.08 +14.0
Rydex Advisor:
OTCn 10.96 +.25 +10.4
SEI Portfolios:
CoreFxInAn 10.22 -.05 +3.8
EmMktDbtn 11.21 +.04 +12.9
EmgMkt np 17.19 +.36 +27.1
EqlndxAn 40.55 +.48 +18.0
HiYldn 8.41 +.01 +8.5
InMunlA 10.80 -.03 +3.5
IntEqA n 14.28 +.11 +25.0
IntlFixA n 10.82 -.03 -0.1
LgCGrmAn 20.48 +.22 +10.9
LgCValA n 24.00 +.34 +22.6
SmCGroAn 19.55 +.68 +17.8
SmCValA n 22.24 +.57 +23.4
TaxMgdLC 12.96 +15 +16.4
SSgA Funds:
EmgMkt 21.90 +.51 +33.9
IntlStock 13.09 +.09 +28.2
SP500n 22.49 +27 +18.1
STI Classic:
CapAppin 13.21 +23 +15.6
CapAppA p 12.56 +.21 +15.2
7- -'":i 11.76 +20 +14.3
S1 10.61 ... +5.5
InlEql 15.35 +.17 +24.1
InEqlndln 16.65 +.14 +24.2
LCpVIEqA 14.76 +13 +23.8
LgCpRelVall 18.24 +20 +18,9
QuGrStkCt 24.48 +.29 +.7
SmCapGrin 21.40 +.71 +11.2
TxSenGrl np 26.36 +32 +9.8
Salomon Brothers:
BalancB p 13.68 +.07 +12.0
Opport 58.21 +.55 +22.8
SalBrosFd 16.85 +.24 +15.9
SandsCapGroml 11.11 +.05 +4.2
Schroder Funds:
NAmEqlnvn 12,49 +.16 +17.5
Schwab Funds:
CoreEqty 18.21 +.22 +18.7
HedgeEqSel r 15.77 +.06 +14.3
IntlSS r 20.71 +.22 +24.5
10OOOnvr 40.00 +.51 +18.0
10OSel 40.03 +.51 +18.2
PremEqSel 12.39 +.15 +19.7
S&P Inv 21.28 +.25 +18.0
S&P Slt n 21.37 +.26 +18.2
S&Plnstsel 10.89 +.13 +18.3
SmCplnv 25.76 +.72 +21.2
SmCapSel 25.81 +.72 +21.4
TotBond 9.74 -.04 +3.5
YidPIsln 9.67 ... +4.9
YidPIsSel 9.67 ... +5.2
Selected Funds:
AmerShsD 43,96 +.63 +18.1
AmShsS p 43.86 +.63 +17.7
Seligman Group:
ComunAt 31,99 +92 +24.9
FrontierAt 14.09 +.41 +22.4
FrontierDt 12.24 +.35 +21.5
GIbSmCoA 18.43 +.30 +19.8
GlobTechA 15,46 +.34 +23.0
HiYBdA p 3.32 +.01 +7.4
Sentinel Group:
ComStkAp 33.00 +31 +19.0
SmCoAp 8.21 +.23 +20.8
Sequoia 167.53 +.99 +16.2
Sit Funds:
LargeCpGrsn 39.26 +.45 +14.0
SoundShbn 40.76 +.49 +16.9
St FarmAssoc:
Balan n 54.66 +.30 +13.7
Gwthn 55.45 +.59 +17.6
Stratton Funds:
Dividendn 40.82 +.82 +35.2
Multi-Cap 43.14 +.72 +8.1
SmCap 47.07 +1.14 +18,0
SunAmerica Funds:
USGvB] 9.16 -.06 +2.0
SunAmerica Focus:
FLgCpAp 1771 +.26 +1.8
TCW Funds:
DivFocused 13.08 +.21 +20.0


Exp. Open High Low Settle Chg

Mar 07 289,8 293.4 289.8 290.86 +2.1
May 07 299.4 300.9 296.6 296.6 +1.5
Jul07 300.5 300.5 300.5 300,5 +.5
Est. sales 967. Thusmes sales 6886
Thueoss open int. 6,065, +38
NATURAL GAS (NYMX)
10,000 mm btutsrs, $ per mm blu
Nov06 5.700 5,850 5.583 5,659 -.123
Dec06 7.350 7.490 7.228 7.350 -.012
Jan 07 7.876 8.069 7.825 7.930 +,003
Feb07 7.890 8.114 7.890 7.980 +,008
Mar 07 7.780 7.990 7.739 7.845 +.005
Apr07 7.340 7.515 7.340 7.380 -.045
May07 7,340 7,460 7.316 7.370 -.043
Est. sales.... Thu'2ss sales 115,340
Thutei s open int. 938.560, +5,825
UNLEADED GASOLINE (NYMX)
42,000 gal, cents per gal
Nov06 146.50 149.50 1468.24 146.84 +1.75
Dec 06 149.20 151.35 148,.80 149.34 +2.25
Jan 07 152.90 155.40 152.50 152.54 +2.15
Est. sales.... Thuess sales 10.947
Thuvms open inL 27,609, -1,088
HEATING OIL (NYMX)
42.000 gal, cents per gal
Nov06 170.00 174.40 169.25 171.78 +3.01
Dec06 174,45 178.43 173.70 176.11 +2.86
Jan07 178.90 182.50 178.50 180.46 +2.58
Feb07 185.00 185.25 183.16 183.16 +2.38
Mar 07 184.50 185.75 183.36 183.36 +2.18
Apr07 184.00 184.65 182.21 182.21 +2.03
May07 182.55 182,55 181.08 181.06 +1.88
Est. sales ,.. Thu*aes sales 70,378
Thuses open Int. 220,823, +1,294
LIGHT SWEET CRUDE (NYMX)
1,000 bbl,- dollars per bbl.
Nov 06 58.34 59.46 58.06 58.57 +.71
Dec06 60.14 61,20 59.82 60.30 +.62
Jan 07 61.40 62.53 61,21 61.69 +.61
Feb07 62.43 63,35 62.43 62.68 +,56
Mar07 63.83 64.10 63.44 63.44 +.51
Apr07 64.40 64.60 64.08 64.08 +.48
May 07 64.90 65.30 64.61 64.61 +.44
Est, sales .. Thuqvss sales 400,198
Th uakes open Int, 1,192,162, +4,471


Open igh Lw Setle Ch Exp. Open High Lw Stl h


12-mo.,
Name NAV chg % rtn
SlEqty I 18.95 +.20 +1.5
TCW Funds N:
SelEqlyN p 18 50 +.20 +1.3
TIAA-CREF Funds:
BondPius 1001 -.03 +3.6
Eqtylndex 9.92 +14 +18,3
Giolnc 14.07 +.21 +18.2
GroEqty 9.86 +.11 +10.3
HiYldBond 9.12 +.02 +8.6
IntlEqty 14.07 +.12 +26.9
MgdAIIc 12.03 +.08 +13.1
ShtTrmBond 10.30 -.02 +3.8
SocChcEqty 10.62 +.17 +17,9
TaxExBond 10,73 -.04 +4.2
Tamarack Funds:
EnterSmCp 33.16 +389 +25.9

Value 42.32 +.30 +15.1
Templeton Instit:
EmMSp 21.54 +.52 +26.6
ForEqS 25.96 +.39 +26.5
Third Avenue Fds:
Inllr 23.13 +.08 +15A4
RealEstVal r 35.28 +.33 +29.6
SmlCapn 26.21 +.48 +12.6
Value 59.90 +28 +15.1
Thomburg Fds C:
IntValuC I 25.73 +.21 +25.0
Thomburg Fds:
IntlValA p 26.89 +22 +25.9
]ncBuildAt 19.77 +.11 +21.9
IntlValue I 27.38 +.23 +26.4
LtdMunA p 13.49 -.03 +3.0
ValueA t 38.51 +.53 +24.5
Valuel 39.05 +.55 +25.0
Thrivent Fds A:
HighYId 5.06 +.01 +8.7
Income 8.50 -.04 +3.7
LgCapSlock 28.45 +. 1 +14.4
MidCapStk 18.65 +.31 +20.1
MuniBd 11.30 -.03 +4.0
Torray Funds:
Fund 42.46 +.58 +16.7
TA IDEX A:
AsAIMdGr p 12.69 +.13 +16.2
JanGrow p 25.40 +.06 +7.0
GrCoGlob p 28.95 +.34 +19.9
TrConHYB p 9.17 +.02 +8.8
TAFexInco p 9.30 -.02 +4.0
TA IDEX C:
AsAIModt 12.39 +.08 +12.7
AsAIModGr t 12.79 +.13 +15.4
AsAIGrowt 13.02 +.19 +17.9
Tumer Funds:
MidcpGwth 28.58 +.57 +16.0
SmlCpGrwth 27.66 +.88 +20,8
Tweedy Browne:
GlobVal 29.76 +.23 +17.3
UBS Funds Cl A:
DynAlphat 11.45 +.10 +9.9
GlobAllot 14.59 +.10 +14.4
UBS Funds Cl C:
GlobAllop 14.26 +.09 +13.5
UBS PACE Fds P:
InllEqtyPn 20.04 +.24 +28.1
LCGrEqtyPn 17.25 +.16 +13.6
LCGEqP n 23.63 +.33 +22.5
UMB Scout Funds:
World 31.15 +.19 +19.4
US Global Investors:
AllAm 27.65 +.65 NA
EstnEurop 45.08 +1.86 NA
GIbRscn 15.43 +.54 NA
GIdShr 14.37 +.54 NA
USChlna 8.93 +.05 NA
WidPrcMinn 26.47 +1.06 NA
USAA Group:
AgsvGth n 31.86 +.49 +10.6
CABdn 11.12 -.04 +4.6
ComstStrn 27.91 +.23 +13.0
GNMA 9.45 -.03 +3,6
GrTaxStrn 14.93 +.07 +12.0
Grwth n 14.80 +.28 +7.3
Gr&lncn 19.33 +.23 +12.8
IncStkn 17.09 +.22 +21.5
Income n 12.05 -.04 +3.5
Int n 27.79 +.10 +27.7
NYBdn 11.95 -.05 +4.4
PrecMM 26.21 +1.50 +53.9
S&PIdxn 20.47 +.24 +18.1
SSP Rewrd 20.48 +.25 +18.2
SclTech 11.30 +.22 +17.3
ShtTBndn 8.83 -.02 +4.0
SmICapStkn 15.06 +.38 +18.8
TxEITn 13.15 -.04 +4.4
TxELTn 14.00 -.05 +4.4
TxEShn 10.60 -.01 +3.2
VABd 11.57 -.04 +4,2
WIdGr n 20.88 +.09 +24.2
VALIC:
,,,-,ii 10.25 +.08 +24.1
.',.: ,l:.nI 24.39 +.64 +17.8
SciencTech 12.03 +.23 +9.4
SmCapldx 18.32 +.56 +23.5
Stocklndex 36.62 +.44 +17.9
ValicUltra 9.24 +.06 NS
Value Line Fd:
LevrgeGthn 23.63 +.32 +16.7
Van Kamp Funds A:
CATFAp 18.47 -.07 +4.2
CmstAp 19.03 +.15 +19.8
CorpBdA p 6.51 -.04 +3.7
EntA p 13.87 +.24 +14.0
EqtyincA p 9.10 +.03 +12.8
ExchFd 401.09 +5.63 +15.1
GIblFran p 26.89 -.11 +20.0
GvScA p 10.02 -.04 +2.8
GrInA p 22.11 +.15 +16.7
HarbAp 15.25 +.08 +11.5
HighYIdA 10.54 +.01 +8.1
HYMuAp 1111 -.01 +8.4
InTFAp 18.49 -.06 +4.6
MidCGth p 25.92 +37 +161
.'1. i 14.76 -.05 +5.6
"* I', 1737 -.05 +4.7
PaceFndAp 10.46 +.10 +12.6
StOGrwth 41.37 +.71 +8.2
StrMunlnc 13.55 -.03 +8.8
USMtgeA 13.37 -.04 +3.2
UtilityAp 20.63 +.30 +15.7
Van Kamp Funds B:
CmstlBt 19.03 +.14 +18.9
EnterpBt 12.57 +.22 +13.2
EqlncBt 8.95 +.03 +12.1
GrlncB t 21.95 +.15 +16.4
HYMuBt 11.11 -.01 +7,6
MunlnB n 14.74 -.05 +4.8
PATFBnt 17.31 -.05 +3.9
StratGrowth 35.05 +.60 +7.4
StrMunlnc 13.54 -.03 +8.0
US Mtge B 13.31 -.05 +2.2
UtiB 20.568 +.30 +14.8
Van Kamp Funds C:
CommStkC 19.05 +15 +19.0
EqlncCt 8.99 +.03 +12.0
Vanguard Admiral:
AssetAdmin 62.66 +.74 +18.6
BalAdmin 20.85 +.16 +12.6
CAITAdm n 10.98 -.03 +4.1
CALTAdm 11.70 -.03 +5.1
,CpOpAdIn 87.02 +2.16 +25.4
Energyn 114.73 +3.35 +17.4
EqlncAdml 53.75 +.46 +22.0
EuropAdml 79.64 +1.00 +30.0
ExplAdml 74.92 +1.96 +17.9
ExntdAdmn 37.56 +.97 +20.1
FLLTAdmn 11.58 -.04 +4.3
500Admln 125.87 +1.49 +18.2
GNMAAdmn 10.13 -.04 +3.9
GrolncAdm 56.85 +.94 +18.1
GnwthAdmIn 28.90 +.35 +12.9
HIthCaren 63.26 +.11 +17.0
HiYIdCp n 6.13 ... +7.7
HiYldAdmn 10.83 -.03 +5.5
InflProAdn 23.10 -.19 +1.7
InsdLTAdmn 12.59 -.04 +4.8
ITBondAdml 10.15 -.06 +3.0
ITsryAdml n 10.71 -.06 +3.1
IntlGrAdml 77.80 +.87 +27.3
ITAdmIn 13.28 -.04 +4.2
ITCoAdmd 9.61 -.05 +3.5
LtdTrmAdm 10.70 -.02 +3.0
LTGrAdml 9.07 -.11 +2.2
LTsryAdml 11.00 -.12 +2,2
LT Admin 11.24 -.04 +4.9
MCpAdmi n 87.19 +1.67 +20.1
MorgAdm 58.68 +1.13 +16.7
NJLTAdn 11.82 -.04 +5.0
NYLTAdm 11.24 -.05 +4.6
PrmCapr 74.95 +1,39 +20.6
PaclfAdml 77.99 +,18 +17.6
PALTAdmn 11.31 -.04 +4.5
REITAdmIr 106.23 +2.26 +420
STsiyAdml 1027 -.03 +3.6
STBdAdmil n 9.87 -02 +3.7
ShtTrmAdm 15.56 -02 +3.1
STFedAdm 10.25 -.03 +4.0


CoreEq 25.40 +.39 +17.9
Enlerpr 45.34 +.76 +18,8
FedTxEx n 6.98 -.02 +4.1
FIxBond 9.33 -.05 +3.2
Fund 27.34 +.30 +14.3
GI LIleSci nr 20.21 +.01 +6.4
GIToch r 12.25 +.34 +14.2
Grhlncsn 37.41 +.49 +14.2
Mercury n 24.14 +.37 +13.1
MdCpVllnst 24.75 +,49 +19.1
MidCapVal 24.64 +.49 +19.0
Olympus n 33.01 +.37 +11.3
Orion 9.30 +.17 +23.5
Overseas nr 40.65 +.56 +45,7
STmBd 2.88 ... +4.0
SCVInst 30.34 +.75 +18.1
SCVInv 30.09 +.74 +15.8
Twenty 51,75 +1.08 +14.1
Venlur 6332 +188 +205
WrIdW nr 4712 +.31 +186
Janus Adv S Shrs:
Forty 29.77 +.74 +11.9
Janus Aspen InstI:
Balanced 27.24 +.11 +13.9
WorldwGrn 30.11 +.20 +16.7
JennisonDryden A:
BlendA 19.19 +.27 +17.2
GrowthA 16.07 +.16 +9.2
HIYIdAp 5.72 .. +9.5
InsuredA 10.75 -.03 +3.9


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
STIGrAdm 10.52 -.02 +4.5
SmICapAdml n31.82 +.87 +21.1
TxMCap r 65.87 +.87 +17.7
TxMGrlncsr 6115 +72 +18.2
TIIBdAdml n 9,91 -.05 +3.6
TotStkAdm n 32,84 +.48 +18.7
USGroAdml n 46.31 +.40 +10.0
ValueAdml n 25.38 +.33 +24.1
WellslAdm n 5328 ... +10.4
WellnAdm n 56.51 +.38 15.6
WVndsorAdm n64.04 +.87 +19.8
WdsrllAdm 61.91 +.55 +18.5
Vanguard Fds:
AsselA n 27,91 +.33 +18.5
CAIT n 10.98 -.03 +4.1
CALTn 11.70 -.03 +5.1
Ca pppn 637.64 +93 +25.3
Convt n 14.47 +.13 +18.5
DividendGro 13.96 +.11 +20.1
Energy 61.07 +1.79 +17.4
Eqlncn 25.64 +.22 +21.8
Explorer n 80.36 +2.09 +17.7
FLLTn 11.58 -.04 +4.3
GNMA n 10.13 -.04 +3.8
GlobEqn 22.61 +.37 +24.8
Grolncn 34.80 +.58 +17.9
GrowthEq 10.76 +.17 +12.9
HYCorp n 6.13 .. +7.5
HlthCare n 149.79 +.25 +16.9
InflaPro n 11.77 -.09 +1.6
[ntlExpirn 20.87 +.12 +27.1
IntlGr 24.42 +.27 +27.1
IntlVal n 41.16 +.48 +29.9
ITI Grade 9.61 -.05 +3.4
ITTsryn 10.71 -.06 +2.9
LIFEConan 16,27 +.08 +11.5
LIFEGro n 23,07 +.26 +18.2
LIFEIncn 13.83 +.02 +8.1
LIFEMod n 19.87 +.16 +14.7
LTInGrade n 9.07 -.11 +2.1
LTTsry n 11.00 -.12 +2.0
Morgan n 18.90 +.37 +16.5
MuHY n 10.83 -.03 +5.4
MulnsLg n 12.59 -.04 +4.7
Mulnt n 13.28 -.04 +4.1
MuLtd n 10.70 -.02 +3.0
MuLongn 11.24 -.04 +4.8
MuShrtn 15,56 -.02 +3.0
NJLTn 11,82 -.04 +5.0
NYLTn 11.24 -.05 +4.5
OHLTTxE n 11.98 -.04 +4.6
PALTn 11.31 -.04 +4.4
PrecMtIsMin r 28.31 +1.22 +39.4
PrmCpCore m12.60 +.19 +19.3
Prmcpr 72.14 +1.33 +20.4
SelValu r 21.35 +.23 +21.4
STARn 20.81 +.13 +13.4
STIGrade 10.52 -.02 +4.4
STFed n 10.25 -.03 +3.9
STTsry n 10.27 -.03 +3.5
StratEq n 23.98 +.60 +19.6
TgtReltnc 10.55 +.01 +6,3
TgtRet2005 11.47 +.04 +8.1
TgtRet2015 12.28 +.10 +11.5
TgtReI2025 12.75 +.14 +13.4
TgtRet2035 13.47 +.17 +16.2
TgtRe2045 n 13.90 +.17 +17.9
TxMCAp nr 32.71 +.43 +17.6
TaxMngdlnltrn13.38 +.13 +26.1
TaxMgdSCr 25.12 +.74 +18.9
USGron 17.85 +.16 +9.7
USValue n 14,84 +.19 +18.3
Wellslyn 21.99 ... +10.3
Welln n 3271 +.21 +15.4
Wndsrn 18.97 +.25 +19.7
Wndslln 34.86 +.30 +18.3
Vanguard Idx Fds:
500n 125.88 +1.49 +18.1
Balanced n 20.84 +.15 +124
DevMkItn 11.90 +12 +25.9
EMktn 21.78 +.50 +30.3
Europe n 33.89 +.43 +29.9
Extend n 37.50 +.96 +20.0
Growth n 28.90 +.35 +128
ITBondn 10.15 -.06 +2.9
LgCapldx n 24.49 +.31 +18.3
LTBondn 11.33 -.13 +23
MidCap 19.20 +.37 +20.0
Pacificn 11.91 +.03 +17.6
REIT r 24.90 +.53 +41.9
SmCap n 31.79 +.87 +21.0
SmlCpGrow 17.79 +.53 +18.5
SmlCapVal 16.67 +.43 +23.3
STBond n 9.87 -.02 +3.6
TotBond n 9,91 -.05 +3.5
Totllinln 16.57 +.19 +26.5
TotStkn 32.84 +.48 +18.6
Value n 25.38 +.33 +23.9
Vanguard Instl Fds:
Ballnstn 20.85 +.16 +12.6
DevMktInstn 11.80 +.12 +26.1
Euro[lnstn 33.95 +.43 +30.1
Extinn 37.57 +.96 +20.1
Growthlnssl 28.91 +.35 +12.9
InfProtlnstn 9.41 -.08 +1.7
Instldxn 124.89 +1.48 +18.2
InsPIn 124.90 +1.49 +18.3
TotlBdIdx n 49.99 -.25 +3.6
InstTStPlus 29.57 +.43 +18.8
MidCapIns8tn 19.27 +.37 +20.1
Paclns8 n 11.93 +.03 +17.7
SmCpln n 31.85 +.88 +21.2
TBIst n 9.91 -.05 +3.7
TSInstn 32.85 +.48 +18.8
ValueInstin 25.38 +.33 +24.1
Vantagepoint Fds:
AggrOpp 1274 +31 +18.6
CoreBondldxl 9.75 -.04 +3.2
Eqtyinc 1001 +.17 +19.0
Growth n 9.18 +09 +13.8
Grow&Inc 11.65 +.10 +17.6
In 13.11 +.11 +24.5
MPLongTermGr23.97 +.23 +15.1
MPTradGrweh 24.00 +.16 +12.1
Victory Funds:
DvsStkA 18.21 +.10 +16.6
WM Blair Fds Inst:
IntGrwth 20.39 +.25 +25.6
WM Blair Mti Fds:
IntlGrowthlr 28.78 +.34 +25.3
WM Grp of Fds A:
EqtylncAp 22.27 +.25 +20.2
WCstEqIy 42.76 +62 +16.8
WMStr Asset Mgmt:
SalancedA p 14.37 +.12 +12.0
BalancedBt 14.33 +.11 +11.1
BalancedC t 14.26 +.11 +11.2
ConGrwB t 15.71 +.17 +13.6
ConGrwAp 1628 +.18 +14.5
ConGrwCt 15.60 +.16 +13.6
StratGrAp 17.96 +.22 +16.0
Waddell & Reed Adv:
Accumult 7.16 +.05 +13.9
AssetS p 10.19 +.03 +22.7
CorelnvA 6.95 +.07 +21.1
Hkhlnc 7.28 -.01 +7.4
NwCcptA p 10.83 +.15 +15.6
ScTechA 11.78 +,02 +17.4
VanguardA 9.41 +.08 +10.7
Wasatch:
CoreGrth 42.31 +95 +12.2
SmCapGrth 38.37 +.97 +12.0
Weitz Funds:
PartVal 25.04 +.22 +21.1
Value n 39.64 +.34 +19.4
Wells Fargo Ad Adm:
Index 55.47 +.65 +17.9
Wells Fargo Adv A:
AsetAllA 21.26 +.17 +14.3
Wells Fargo Adv :
CmStkZ 24.23 +.53 +23.4
Growthinvn 21.98 +.32 +16.5
Opptntylnvn 48.68 +.77 +17.0
SCapValZ p 32.47 +.79 +15.3
Wells Fargo Admin:
DivrsEqI 41.47 +.53 +16.9
GrthSaln 31.59 +.32 +14,4
LgCoGri 49.21 + 36 +7.7
Western Asset:
CrBdPrtFIp 11.19 -.06 +4.4
CorePlus 10.41 -.05 +8.1
Core 11.19 -.06 +4.6
William Blair N:
GrowthN 12.30 +21 +18.6
InslGthN 28.35 +.34 +24.9
Wilmington Fds:
IntsMMgr 10.50 +.13 +26.2
Yacktnman Funds:
Fundp 1640 +.05 +14.3











Promotional information from the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce


SUNDAY
OCTOBER 15, 2006


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Annually, the FLORAL CITY HER-
ITAGE COUNCIL presents Floral City
Heritage Days. This year the "Candles
'N' Carols" activity will be Friday, Dec.
1, from 5:30 to 9 p.m. and the
Heritage Hall Museum will be open in
the morning for school children. The
Living History day and the Blue
Banner Tour of Historic Homes will be
held on Saturday, Dec. 2, from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. The Museum and
Country Store will be open again on
Sunday afternoon from 1 to 4 p.m. To
learn how to support this unique coun-
ty event, contact M. Beasley at 726-
7740.
**
The FRIENDS OF HOMOSASSA
SPRINGS WILDLIFE PARK are
seeking area businesses and organi-
zations to participate in their annual
Haunted Tram Rides. The event will
take place Friday, Oct. 27 and
Saturday, Oct. 28, from 6 to 11 p.m.
During the event, Pepper Creek Trail
will be transformed into a trail of haunt-
ing scenarios that will delight families.
Participating businesses will be given
a location on the trail to decorate with
their own spooky setup. Guidelines
and applications are available at the
park office. There is no charge to
sponsor a location. This is a great
community relations project and all
participating sponsors will be recog-
nized. Guidelines and applications for
a Spooky Scenario location are avail-
able during business hours in the park
office. Halloween costume contests for
children will be held starting at 7 p.m.
Awards will be given for the most
imaginative, the scariest and the
cutest costumes. The Citrus County
Sheriffs Office will offer a Children's
Identification Program in the Visitor
Center from 3 until 6 p.m. This
includes fingerprinting, videotaping
and DNA samples, and will about 10
minutes per child. Please call the park
office to register your children. There is
no charge for this service. Children
should not be in costumes for identifi-
cation. They can bring costumes and
any make up, as there will be a place
to change into costumes after the chil-
dren's identification.
Eno
BOY & GIRLS CLUB CRYSTAL
RIVER UNIT is hosting a Halloween
party Saturday, Oct. 28 from 6 to 9
p.m.
Events on slate will include haunted
house, lots of candy and games, a
costume contest and just plain fun!
For more information, call 563-2395.
The Boys & Girls Club of Citrus
County serves youth ages 6 to 18
years of age by providing diverse
activities that meet their interests.
There are presently three dubs in
Citrus County: the Westside Unit in
Homosassa, the Crystal River Unit
and the Inverness Unit. Club Program
areas include: character and leader-
ship development, education and
career development, health & life
skills, sports and recreation, and the
arts.
Our after school program hours are
2 to 6 p.m. Cost is $45 a month. The
Westside and Inverness Units offer a
before school program starting at 6
a.m. Additional operating hours are
during holidays. As part of an ongoing
effort to ensure all children have an
opportunity to join dubs, we are offer-
ing financial assistance to those who
qualify.
For additional information on schol-
arships and membership, please call
621-9225. The Boys & Girls Clubs of
Citrus County is 'The Positive Place
for Kids."
mom
Marcy L Howard, MD, has been
appointed to the medical staff at
SEVEN RIVERS REGIONAL MED-
ICAL CENTER with privileges in pedi-
atric medicine. The hospital's govern-
ing board confirmed her appointment
in August. Dr. Marcy, board certified in
pediatric medicine, received her med-
ical degree from the University of
Miami School of Medidcine. Her post-
graduate internship and residency
were both completed at the University
of Florida Pediatric Residency
Program in Gainesville, Fla.
Carene A. Wilson, MD has been
granted privileges to practice pediatric
medicine at Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Center. Dr. Wilson joined the
medical staff in December of 2005,
with privileges in internal medicine.
The hospital's governing board con-
firmed her pediatric medicine appoint-
ment in August of 2006. Dr. Wilson,
board certified in internal medicine and
pediatrics, received her medical
degree from the University of the West


Indies. She completed a rotating
internship at Cornwall Regional
Hospital in Montego Bay, Jamaica and
a combined medicine-pediatrics resi-
dency at Yale University Bridgeport
Hospital, where she served as chief
resident during her final year. During
her residency, she received the David
Baker Award for Compassionate
Patient Care and the Emergency
Department Bridgeport Hospital Award
for Excellence in Communication and
Education.
Cheryl Fee, MD has been appoint-
ed to the medical staff at Seven Rivers
Regional Medical Center with privi-
leges in anesthesiology The hospital's
governing board confirmed her
appointment in June. Dr. Fee, board
certified in anesthesiology, received
her medical degree from the Medical
College of Virginia in Richmond, VA.
She studied general surgery at Boston
University in Boston, MA and contin-
ued her studies in anesthesiology at
the University of Miami. Dr. Fee com-
pleted her anesthesia residency at the
Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami
FL. Prior to joining our facility Dr Fee
served as the director of anesthesia at
the Russell County Medical Center in
Lebanon, Va.
Seven Rivers Regional Medical
Center is a 128-bed general, med-
icaVsurgical acute care facility that
opened its doors in 1978 and serves
the communities of Citrus, Levy and
South Marion Counties.
Inverness resident Linda-Lee
Forgione and her friends are putting
smiles on the faces of new parents at
CITRUS MEMORIAL HEALTH SYS-
TEM. She and members of Charity
Crafting, a group of 28 volunteers
from various states, knit, crochet, sew
and buy items to donate to newborns
and parents. The group chooses just
six beneficiary hospitals nationwide
and CMH is proud to be a recipient of
their handiwork every September.
Sweater sets, caps, booties, quilts,
sleepers, teddy bears and stuffed ani-
mals are some of the crafted items
donated.
"I am overwhelmed with the gen-
erosity of the crafters," said Margie
Leturno, Citrus Memorial's director of
women and children's services. 'The
parents are thrilled and feel very spe-
cial when they receive these beautiful
gifts."
Citrus Memorial Health System is a
198-bed, not-for-profit community hos-
pital, providing care to Citrus County
and environs for nearly a half-century.
CMH is fully accredited by the Joint
Commission on the Accreditation of
Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), is
licensed by the Florida Department of
Health, and is a Medicare/Medicaid
provider in addition to other major
insurances.
NNE
On Oct. 22, CITRUS MOTOR-
SPORTS will be hosting a Swap
Meet. The concept is that motorcycle
enthusiasts gather and swap and
barter goods. The fun part is that there
will be food, beer and other bever-
ages, a band and prizes. Marketing is
already in place in Daytona to lure the
Biketoberfest attendees at the end of
the week to visit Citrus County on their
way home.
You and your business can be
involved in one of two ways:
1. Donate a part of a vacation pack-
age to be given away at the event.
2. Offer special rates or discounts to
bikers and those who attend the
event. This event occurs on a Sunday,
so it doesn't interfere with weekend
traffic.Both of these options help
tourism in Citrus County. By offering a
part of the vacation package you
entice them to come to the event and
in turn they'll patronize your business
while here. All donations from the
event will benefit the Citrus County
Boys & Girls Club. For additional
information about donating to the
vacation package, contact Tracde
Conti at or call (352) 628-9305.

The CRYSTAL RIVER HIGH
SCHOOL BAND BOOSTERS is hav-
ing a cell phone drive to raise money
for new instruments and supplies.
Recycling cell phones is a way to
keep toxic materials out of the environ-
ment. At the same time, your cell
phone can help raise much-needed
funds. Please donate your inactive cell
phones, no accessories or charges, to
the Citrus County Chamber of
Commerce Crystal River location,
Crystal River High School or Colonial
Bank. For more information please
contact Linda Pierce at (352) 464-
2773.


JIM SHEILDS/Special to the Chronicle
The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a ribbon cutting for Citifinancial. Pictured above are: Ambassadors Rhonda
Lestinsky and Lillian Smith, branch manager Nelson Fernandez, Ambassador Crystal Wellman, branch account manager Christina Scott,
Ambassador John Porter, branch account manager Lisa Fielding, Ambassadors Kandy Krementz and Dusty Porter. At CitiFinancial, we
take pride in helping people find solutions to afford what they want or need most in life._We're ready to help you find solutions for: extra
cash, bill consolidation, refinancing, home improvement or unexpected expenses. Let CitiFinancial help you today! Call (352) 341-1428
for more information or visit their location at 1610 U.S. Hwy. 41 N Inverness, in the Regional Shopping Center.


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JIM SHEILDS/Special to the Chroniclef
The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for Summerhill at Meadowcrest. Pictured front row: Ambassadors Crystal:
Wellman and Renee Melchionne, Wayne Clark and Victoria Walters of Summerhill; Ambassadors Joanie West, John Porter and Kandy
Krementz. Located off West Norvell Bryant Highway (State Road 486), just inside the Meadowcrest community, Summerhill is perfectly posi-I
tioned between Crystal River, Inverness and Homosassa Springs, providing quick access to the many wonderful attractions of the area.t
Please visit their office location at 1875 N. Macvicar Road Crystal River, FL 34429 or call (800) 485-5240.


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The New Image Award for August was given to Century 21 Alliance Realty. With six of-fices located throughout Citrus and Hemado counties and more than 100 sales associates, Century 21 Alliance Realty's
recipe for success is their exemplary and unsurpassed cus-tomer service and the unrivaled marketing power of the CENTURY 21 system. Visit their new location at 2021 N. Crooked Branch Drive in Lecanto, or
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or call (352) 628-2991.3120 South Suncoast Blvd. in Homosassa, or call (352) 628-2991.3120
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Suzanne Clemente ............Office Manager (Inverness) and
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TUomarra Post ............. Office Manager (Crystal River) and
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Marion Elson .................. Office Assistant (Homosassa)
Joyce Greene ................. Office Assistant (Crystal River)
Diane Mclnnis ................ Office Assistant (Crystal River)
biane Nally ..................... Office Assistant (Inverness)
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Resales down
The home and land resale
market shows similar charac-
teristics to the slowdown in
new home permits. The
amount of brokered sales for
homes in the third quarter of
this year, 443, was little 'more
than half what it was for that
period in 2005, at 808, accord-
ing to the Realtors Association
of Citrus County. But again,


that market was the hottest in
recent history, especially in
land sales.
The average selling price for
a brokered home in the third
quarter of 2006 was $200,434,
down from $214, 061 for that
period in 2005.
For the first three quarters of
2006, there were 1,592 homes
sold through brokerages. In
2005 for that same period there
were 2,281 sold.
The difference in land sales
was somewhat more striking.
In land sales, the amount of
brokered sales of parcels in the
third quarter of this year, 258,


was about 15 percent of what it
had been in the same period
last year, at 1,700 sales, accord-
ing to the Realtors' associa-
tion.
The average selling price for
a brokered parcel was $49,041
in the third quarter 2006, down
from $54,257 in that same quar-
ter in 2005.
For the whole first three
quarters of 2006, brokered
land sales were down 23 per-
cent of what they were for the
same period in 2005 with 1,359
parcels sold.
For the same period in 2005,
5,914 parcels sold.


Citrus County Realty
Association President John
Finley said, "It's continuing to
be slow."
He said some realty houses
may be seeing a little more
activity of late, but it was too
early to say whether the mar-
ket was beginning a recovery.
There was a little movement
as at least some investors were
running out of time, he said.
"We're seeing prices starting to
come down. It's a matter time
and money They're running
out of time."
Finley said some of the gen-
eral market sellers were begin-


ning to reduce prices, too,
which is part of the normal
market correction and what
will eventually revive the mar-
ket
It's going to happen as the
pent-up demand by buyers
moves after moderated prices,
he said, though exactly when,
is another question.
He agreed with Hall and
Sanders that Citrus is well
positioned, and better off than
areas in South Florida for a
comeback, maybe even start-
ing in the New Year.
"We still look good," he said,
adding, "It's simply affordabil-


ity." He said that when one
looks at the difference in price
for the same home, for exam-
ple, in Pasco and Citrus, and
adds in the quality of life here,
there's no question of where
the better buy is and that will
play in the regional market.
Also, the economy is good,
he said, and so he is somewhat
optimistic for the New Year.
His advice to would-be sell-
ers, jostling with the largest
inventory of property in the
last few years, is: "Sellers have
to look hard at pricing. If it's
not priced right, it's going to
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David Blackshear greeted participants of the Jim Blackshear Memorial Golf Outing on Monday, Oct.
9, as they played the Black Diamond Quarry Course in the CCBA Golf Outing held every year in honor
of his late father and CCBA founder, Jim Blackshear.


Jim Blackshear Memorial


Golf Outing Sponsors


Major Sponsor
Sherwin Williams
Beverage Cart Sponsors
Bonded Builders Home Warranty
Central Florida Gas
Citrus Networking Solutions Group
Florida Home Builders Insurance
Mohawk Industries
Progress Energy Wheeler Inc.
Green Sponsors
Law Offices of Clark A. Stillwell LLC
Wheeler Construction
Tee Sponsors
'1 Carpenter Contractors of America
Diamond Built Inc.
Pro Line Tile
Schlabach Security & Sound
Suncoast Plumbing & Electric
Sweetwater Homes of Citrus Inc.
Tile Contractors Supply
: Crystal Chevrolet
Crystal Chrysler Dodge Jeep


Closest to the Pin Sponsors
First American Title Insurance Co.
Longest Drive Sponsors
First American Title Insurance Co.
Closest to the Centerline Sponsor
Countrywide Home Loans
Hole in One Sponsor
Eagle Buick GMC
Prize Sponsors
First American Title Insurance Co.
Kanes Ace Hardware
ProLine Tile
SunTrust Mortgage
Goodie Bag Contributors
Citrus Pest Management
Express Title Services of Citrus Inc.
Hands on America
Mercantile Bank
Professional Building Inspections Inc.
Suncoast Plumbing & Surfaces
Sherwin Williams


Special to the Chronicle
Aware that fundraisers are the only downtime a CCBA president gets, Ron Lieberman of Nu-Era
Homes Inc. raises funds for the Citrus County Builders Association, while taking a little a break from
construction industry issues at the Jim Blackshear Memorial Golf Outing on Oct. 9 at Black Diamond.


And the winners are


Mother Nature smiled upon
the Citrus County Builders
Association on Monday, Oct. 9,
as a beautiful day unfolded for
the Annual Jim Blackshear
Memorial Golf Outing spon-
sored by Sherwin Williams, at
the renowned Black Diamond
Golf & Country Club.
Builders and tradespeople
alike took the opportunity to
take some rest and relaxation,
while raising funds for their
industry association and hon-
oring one of its founders, the
late Jim Blackshear.
Congratulations to the Golf
Outing Winners and thanks for
their continuous participation
and support:
First Flight/First Place
The Citrus Pest Management
Team of Rick Carrigan, Rusty,
Stocker, Tony Winebrenner
and Milton Byers
First Flight/Second Place
The Cox Lumber & Sweet-


water Homes Team of Wayne
Brunsink, Pat Walker, Dave
Stauter and Marc Sherman
Second Flight/First Place
The Mohawk Industries
Team of Mike Caldwell, Rob
Carney, Auggie Greiner, and
Andrew Moore
Second Flight/Second Place
The Graco & Sherwin
Williams Team of Kevin Ridall,
Ron Griffith, Steve Mallia and
Rob Mayhew.
Third Flight/First Place
The Suncoast Plumbing &
Surfaces Flooring Team of
Todd Workman, Danny White,
Joe Bell and Chris Clemens
Third Flight/Second Place
The Sherwin Williams
District Office Team of Ted
Kreuser, Randy Moore, Chuck
Sanders and Gary Thomas
Closest to the Pin
Pete Nelson


Joey Oliver
Jim Mills
Closest to the Centerline
Steve Mallia
Longest Drive
Rusty Stocker
Here for the Beer
Bill Schroeder
Teal Zanni
2006
Door Prizes
Kurt Dys, Lennie Berger,
Charlie Robertson, Doug
Madden, Joe Oliver, Ernie
Wilson, Jim Fieldhouse, Randy
Moore, Doug Larson, Lloyd
Myer, Bruce Liston, Dave
Gorton, Gary Thomas, John
Wysor, John Jobe, Bob Davis,
Rudy Dyck, Noah Valentine,
Danny White, Rich Carrigan,
Bruce Pienkos, Bob Beadling,
Don Smith, Wade Tackett,
Anne Fisher and Steve
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Friday. Oct. 13th. thru Sunday. Oct. 22ndi
Monday Saturday lOam 5pm Sunday Noon 5pm
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Hours: 10 am 4 pm
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$300.00 a day / Outer Limits Swing
$300.00 a day / Pony Ride
$300.00 a day / Exotic Petting Farm
$300.00 a day / Pirate Ship
$225.00 a day / Large Bounce
$125.00 a day / Small Bounce
$225.00 a day / Dry Slide
$225.00 a day / 40' Challenge
$225.00 a day / Dunk Tank


Sat. 18th and/or ___ Sun. 19th
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Sat. 18th and/or __ Sun. 19th
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Sat. 18th and/or Sun. 19th
Sat. 18th and/or __ Sun. 19th


The 2006 Fall Parade
of Homes features
seventeen of the
Association's builder
members displaying
twenty-five fabulous
homes-including the
spectacular, must-see
Showcase Home. Come
visit all the beautiful
homes on display.


More Home!

More Value!

More of what
you've come to expect
in a Citrus County
Lifestyle!

Visit the Parade of Homes on-line at:
www.citrusparadeofhomes .com
or pick up a copy at the CCBA office
1196 S. Lecanto Hwy., Lecanto, FL
Call (352) 746-9028 for more information


_ $150.00 a day


Toyland Sp onsors
Includes: Games, Crafts, General Store, Face Painting and Balloons
Sat. 18th and/or __ Sun. 19th


Raffle
Item(s) valued with a minimum of $25.00
Cash Donati on
$
Ticket Info
$.75 each // 10 tickets for $7.50 // 20 tickets for $15.00 //50 tickets for $35.00
Name of Company:
Contact Name(s): Phone Number:
Please fax response to the Carnival Chair, Necla Ratliff @ 352-563-6611
For questions call Necia Ratliff @ 352-634-4622 or Sarah Fitts @ 352-586-7999
Seeking CCBA participants to assist with games, crafts, general store, etc.
Date(s) available: # of people who can assist: __ Time(s) available:
Deadline for sponsors) and donations) is October 31", 2006 @ 9:00 a.m Revised 9-12-06
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helpful, Cit. Co. area
Call Larry (352)257-3374


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



2 CEMETERY PLOTS at
Hills of Rest Cemetery
in Floral City. $400 each
(405) 408-9300
Fero Memorial Gardens
Mausoleum Crypt
Building-F GarderSlide
Tandem for 2 $5,000
Pat 746-4646 or
, Jan (352)613-0189
FOUNTAINS MEM. PK.
2 spaces in the Garden
of Fountain. Mrkt Val.
$3090; Asking $2,000
352-628-2555, Donna
SAVE $$$ ON 2 PLOTS "
2 vaults & Marker Base
in Fero's Honor Section
Patrick Rich 746-4646



PRE-SCHOOL
TEACHER
F/T Exp. req. Today's
Child. 352-344-9444


-S
BUSY OFFICE
Good Phone skills,
detail oriented, able to
multi task & computer
exp. w/Excel & Word.
Part & Full Time. Position
w/benefits & paid vac.
DFWP
Apply In person
Brays Pest Control
3447 E. Gulf to Lake
Hwy. Inverness
JOBS GALORE!!!






FT, M-F, Fax resume to
352-726-9539
































HAIR SYLIST

F/T or P/T, HR or up to
60% Comm. Pd. vac.
Apply in person only:
FANTASTIC SAM'S
3768 S. Suncoast Blvd.
Homossasa
































WANTED for busy salon
MASSAGE
THERAPIST &
HAIR STYLIST
(352) 489-5658



LIVE-IN Wanted

For elderly couple, Ilght
housekeeping, cooking
& gen. assist. Sep. apt.
for single or couple
352-447-0180
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LICENSED
PRACTICAL NURSE
(Full Time)
GREAT BENEFITS!!
Paid Vacation,
Holidays, Health
Insurance & 401 K
Ready for a change?
The best kept secret
In nursing Is In
Correctional Nursing.
Current FL LPN license
& valid drivers
license required.
To apply for a new
challenging career
visit our facility
M-F 8:30am-4:30pm
2604 W. Woodland
Ridge Dr
Lecanto, Fl 34461
To apply via Internet
www.corrections
cor.caom
M/F/VET/HP
E.O.E. Drug Free
Workplace


BECAUSE YOU
CARE ABOUT
QUALITY
Marion House Is a
beautiful skilled
nursing facility on the
east side of Ocala.
The work environment
Is exceptionally
warm, friendly and
supportive as well.
You'll find Marion
House an ideal long
term care facility in
an Ideal setting.

UNIT MANAGER
We are looking for an
RN to educate and
supervise the facility's
personnel and assure
that all residents
receive care In a
manner and In an
environment that
enhances quality of
life. The successful
candidate will be a
caring RN with
supervisory/
management
experience who Is
looking for a
challenging career In
a team-oriented
atmosphere.
LTC experience
required.

STAFF
DEVELOPMENT/
INFECTION
CONTROL
We are looking for
an RN with strong
organizational skills to
coordinate all
training and
education programs,
and to develop,
maintain, and
monitor Infection
control
precautions/
practices.
Experience
preferred.
We offer excellent
pay and exceptional
benefits.

Qualified candidates
are invited to
apply In person.
Marion House Health
Care Center
3930 E. Silver Springs
Blvd.
Ocala, FL 34470
Fax: 352-236-0888
Email:
hr-marlon@senlors
management coam
We are an equal
opportunity employer
that believes that
diversity makes all
the difference.


Support.


RNO& LPN
OPEN HOUSE
& CEU EVENT
lTernando-Pasco Hospie has tlihe
unique opportunity to provide
unparalleled and needed care to
our patients...loin us at our
Open Hous.E and CEUL event
and disccmer how valuable you
1 -, are. and how grateful people are
to know you Our staffis eagecr to
speak ith vrju about our
etnphlyment opportunities and
career grwtiil

Tuesday, October 17th
S 4:00pm-7:00pm
S Citrus Hills Golf & Country Club
509 E. Hartford Stret
Hernando, FL 34442


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A+ Healthcare
Specialists
Medicare Home
Health
*PRN RN's visit
Experience preferred
Excellent pay/Benefits
Call Robin for
more Info:
(352) 564-2700
rkeefer@atlantic net



Admin. Asst.-
Executive
Nature Coast EMS,
a private non-profit
ambulance
company, Is currently
accepting
applications for an
Administrative
Assistant- Executive
to perform any range
of administrative and
secretarial duties In
support of key
executives. 3+ years
experience,
advanced computer
skills tested.
$11.072 hourly.
For application,
contact
(352)637-4121
or visit
www.nature
coastems.org
EOE/DFWP


ANGELS CARE
HOME HEALTH
FT/ PRN RN'S
and LPN'S
$2500. SIGN ON
BONUS For RN'S
Excellent
Compensation
Package
Call Darlene Payne
TODAY at
352-564-7030
Fax resume
-352-564-7029
Apply online at
www.angmar
holdings.com
License # 299992394


Brentwood
Retirement/
Assisted Living
Has the following
full time positions
available.
*Dietary Aide/
Waitstaff
& Dishwasher
*Housekeeper
Insurance
after 60 days.
Vacation after 90
days. Apply in person
Commons Building
1900 W. Alpha Ct
Lecanto 746-6611
EOE, DFWP


CNA -
Rehab Tech

Wildwood SNF seeks
Rehab Tech
to join our team
Full-Time opening
Able to work
weekend hrs
*GREAT LOCATION
MINUTES FROM 1-75 &
TURNPIKE'
Great Salary &
Benefits
SUPER WORK
ENVIRONMENT
Arbor Village Nursing
Call 800-442-1353
Fax 877-571-1952
Jobs@CQcare.com


CNA's

If you are ready to
brighten up your
career, join our
caring, dedicated
team.
*Full-time/Part-time
'Competitive wages
*Pay for experience
*Shift differential
*Bonuses
*Tuition
Reimbursement
*401K/Health/
Dental/Vision
*Sign-on Bonus
Apply in person
Arbor Trial Rehab
611 Turner Camp Rd
Inverness, FL
EOE


DIRECTOR OF
ADMISSIONS/
MARKETING

Arbor Trail Rehab, a
fast-paced 120 bed
skilled nursing facility
is seeking an
energetic,
professional individual
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 the
long-term care field.
LPN/RN preferred.

Send or fax
resume to
352-637-1921
or apply in person at:
611 Turner Camp Rd
Inverness, FL 34434
EOE


Join us now to enjoy taking care of your patients, while we take care of
you with terrific benefits, pay plan improvements, flexible scheduling
options, new employee advisory groups, a new management team
and more!

SEASONAL RN OPEN HOUSE
Thursday, October 26th
9am-12noon & Spm-8pm
6th Floor Classroom
11375 Cortez Boulevard
Brooksville, FL 34613

* Hourly Door Prizes Free Gifts Gas Cards*

* 16-Week Contracts Beginning December 31,2006
* 36-Hour Work Weeks For Entire Contract Period
* Evening And Night Differentials Apply
* End Of Contract Bonus


Please RSVP to Rhonda at
352-597-3005 by October 24th.
Apply Online: www.oakhillhospital.com


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*for attendees who show their out-of-county license
Oak Hill Hospital is an equal opportunity employer and drug-free workplace.
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Staff RNs:

Critical Care
OB

MedSurg
Telemetry
Case Manager




Other Opportunities:
Laboratory Supervisor (Blood Bank)
Medical Technologist II
Radiology Technologist
Medical Transcriptionist (per diem)
Managed Care Specialist
Collector
Inquire about our RN Super Pool and
sign-on bonus for select FT 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@srrmcJma-corp.com
Web Site: www.srrmc.com ,a s
EOE/DRUG FREE WORKPLACE *.aoooese,* J0o

SEVEN RIVERS
REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
60621


BUSY DR'S OFFICE
FRONT DESK
Pleasant personality.
Fax resume
352-465-2451

CNA/HHA

Home Visits
8/12 Hr. Shifts
Interim Health Care
(352) 637-3111

CNAs


Wildwood SNF seeks
Nursing Assistants
to join our team.
Full/Part-Time -
3-11
Great Salary &
Benefits
SUPER WORK
ENVIRONMENT
Arbor Village Nursing
Call 800-442-1353
Fax 877-571-1952
Jobs@CQcare corn


COOK
Part Time
AM and PM shift.
New wage scale.
Skills a must
Apply at:
Barrington Place
2341 W. Norvell Bryant
Lecanto, Fl

DENTAL HYGIENIST
Full or Part Time,
must be a team
player Benefits.
(352) 746-3525

F/T OTR/COTA

Competitive
Salaries/Benefits
package. Apply In
person Cypress Cove
Care Center 700 SE
8th Ave. Crystal River
EEO/DFWP










FRONT OFFICE
Checkout, billing,
exp. required, Good
benefits. Great work
environment
professional staff.

CITRUS PODIATRY
P.O. Box 1120
Lecanto, FL 34460
FRONT OFFICE
Group practice Is
seeking a medical
exp. receptionist for
greetings, new patient
entry, appointments,
phones & flies.
Competitive salary with
excellent benefits.
Fax resume to:
(352)795-4879
FT MEDICAL
ASSISTANT
For Busy Doctors office,
Apply at:
Citrus Pulmonary,
5616 W. Norvell Bryant
Hwy., Crystal River, FL
(352) 795-1999

Full Time RN

For busy skilled
Medical Care Unit
with LTC.
Exp. & good
communication

Janeth.
Join our team,
Cypress Cove
Care Center
700 SE 8th Ave.
Crystal River
(352) 795-8832
HELP NEEDED
FOR BUSY MEDICAL
PRACTICE

For Front Office & Billing.
Fax: (352) 746-2236


Apply at:
BARRINGTON PLACE
(352) 746-2273


LPNs
Arbor Village in
Wlidwood seeks
Nursing Professionals
to join our team.

Full/Part-Time
-3-11
GREAT LOCATION
MINUTES
FROM 1-75 & TURNPIKE
GREAT SALARY &
BENEFITS
SUPER WORK
ENVIRONMENT
Arbor Village Nursing
490 S. Old Wire Rd
Call 800-442-1353
Fax 877-571-1952
Jobs@CQcare coam


MASTER LEVEL
THERAPIST
Needed for high and
maximum risk males
committed to the
Dept. of Juvenile
Justice.
Responsibilities
include: assessment,
treatment planning,
and delivery of
Mental Health/
Substance Abuse
and Crisis Intervention
services. Position
requires occasional
evenings and
weekend hours.
Education and/or
Experience:
Therapist requires
Master's degree; from
an accredited
college In the field of
counseling, social
work, psychology, or
in a related human
services field
required.
Apply In person at:
Cypress Creek
Juvenile
Offenders
Correctional Center
2855 W. Woodland
Ridge Dr.
Lecanto, Fl 34461
Or fax resume to
352-527-2235
Drug Free
Workplace/EEO


HOME HEALTH
AGENCY

Seeking LPN,.
Competitive Salary.
(352) 746-2549
Fax Resume:
(352) 746-2952
ADVOCATE HOME
HEALTHCARE
Llc# HHA299991842


F/T & P\T 2nd shift positions
working 2:30-10:00pm now
available. Flexible schedule w/
vacation pay, profit sharing and
BC/BS w/$10 monthly co-pay for
FT positions. Safety bonus pay
and 401K for all positions. Casual
dress code. Duties include med
pass, first aid, charting and
training residents in self-med and
health care skills.
Apply at HR Dept.
1-352-341-4633
*EOE* I


We provide you with an exceptional training program that
rewards you with a raise at the completion of each level.
That's up to 3 raises in your first gearl Of course, we also
offer great promotion opportunities, flexible scheduling, paid
vacation, benefits and a 401(k) savings plan.



Coos, iswasers'Hsts Seves,


Interviewing
Monday Friday 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m.


Stop by:
OUR NEW OCALA STORE!
13561 SW 17th Ct.
Off 1-75 & SR 484 (Exit 341)
OR CALL: [(352) 30?-?222


www.crackerbarrel.com
We are a Drug Free Workplace. EOE


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Licensed
Social
Workers
the Centers
is seeking Licensed
Social Workers for
Marion & Citrus
Counties. 2 yrs
related exp with
children/ adoles-
cents/ adults.
Submit Salary Req.
Full benefits pkg
DFWP/EOE Fax or
e-mail resume to HR,
the Centers, Inc.,
(352) 291-5580,
jobs@thecenters.us
For more Info visit
www.thecenters.us


LPN

NEW MGMT TEAM
NEW WAGE SCALE.
Seeking outgoing,
energetic
Individual.


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EARN AS YOU LEARN
CNA Test Prep/CPR
Continuing Education
341-2311/Cell 422-3656
LPN/MEDICAL
ASSISTANT
Experience needed.
Please send resume to
P.O. Box 3087
Homosassa Springs,
FL 34447

LPN's FT
Ist & 2nd Shifts
CNA'S FT
Ist & 2nd Shifts

Assisted Living 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 BILLER/
OFFICE PERSON
For busy Chiropractic
office, 4 days a week,
Fax Resume To:
(352) 726-2106
Now Hiring

the Centers
Is seeking Bachelor's,
Master's level &
Licensed profession-
als for new program
openings. Please
view our website at
www thecenters us
for more information
on available
positions. DFWP/EOE
Fax or e-mail resume
to HR, the Centers,
Inc., (352) 291-5580,
jobs@thecenters.us
Submit Salary Req.
Full benefits pkg

Nursing
Assistant

Are you dependable
w/ a positive attitude
& love working w/
seniors? Then come
join our "family" at the
most fun, loving
Asst. Living Facility in
Citrus County.
Immediate openings
available for
3-11 shifts.
Expereince preferred,
not necessary.
Apply in person at
Highland Terrace
700 Medical Court E.
Inverness
(352) 860-2525
Ask for Pat
EOE

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

PHLEBOTOMIST &
COURIER

FT/ PT for Crystal Riv.
area. Exp. only Clean
license, email
labshr@vahoo coam
Or Fax (352) 622-2201

RN EVENINGS
Experienced for
Medicare unit.

CNA'S FT/PRN
ALL SHIFTS
Please apply at
SURREY PLACE
2730 W Marc
Knighton Ct
Lecanto, FL


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Nurses Aide
F/T.- 36hr. per week.
Mon-Frl. Inverness
Surgical Association
Fax Resume
to (352) 726-0079
RN-OPERATING
ROOM NURSES:
Tired of call? Tired of
working weekends
and holidays?
Join the team at
Healthsouth Citrus
Surgery Center.

We have openings
for Full Time,
Part Time, or PRN
Experienced
Operating Room
Circulators.
Fast-paced, fun work
environment.

Apply In person at:
Healthsouth Citrus
Surgery Center
110 N. Lecanto
Highway
Lecanto, Florida
34461
Or fax resume to:
352-527-1827

SCRUB TECH:
Tired of call? Tired of
working weekends
and holidays?
Join the team at
Healthsouth Citrus
Surgery Center.
We are accepting
applications for
Full Time:
Certified Surgical
Scrub Technician
Fast-paced, fun work
environment.
Apply in person at:
Healthsouth Citrus
Surgery Center
110 N. Lecanto
Highway
Lecanto, Florida
34461
Or fax resume to:
352-527-1827

Therapists

the Centers
is seeking Master's
Level Therapists.
2 yrs related exp
with children &
adolescents.
Submit Salary Req.
Full benefits pkg
DFWP/EOE Fax or
e-mail resume to
HR, the Centers, Inc.,
(352) 291-5580,
lobs@thecenters.us
For more info visit
www thecenters us




RESIDENT
SERVICES
DIRECTOR
Barrington Place, part
of Emeritus Assisted
Living, a dynamic,
rapidly expanding
company committed
to providing quality
care for seniors, Is
seeking a motivated,
self-directed
Individual to
coordinate resident
care activity
including resident
assessments,
medication
management &
overall resident
satisfaction.
Requires strong
leadership &
technical ability, a
documented history
of working with the
elderly, the ability to
problem solve &
implement resident
focused systems,
experience in an
assisted living, nursing
home or home
health environment,
and a thorough
understanding of
state requirements.
LPN a must.

SIGN ON BONUS
We provide
comprehensive
benefits, including
competitive pay,
medical, dental,
vision & 401(k) plans
and paid vacation,
holiday & sick
time. Interested
candidates please
forward a resume to:
Barrington Place
Fax: (352) 746-4166
EOE
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Certified Public
Accountant
CPA firm seeks a
CPA with a minimum
of 4 years quality
public accounting
experience.
Responsibilities
include preparation
of individual.
corporate and
estate/trust tax
returns. Financial
reporting Including
preparation of
workpapers and
financial statements.
Must be proficient in
MS Excel and Word.
Extensive employee
benefits package.
For confidential
consideration,
please forward
resume and salary
requirements to:
Joseph & Company,
CPA, Inc.
mceoarano@ioseph
oodners.com



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Join our team
of caring
professionals
Full Time
Children's Social
Worker
40 flexible hours/wk.
Bachelor's Degree
req. Social Work or
related field
Min. 2 yrs. related
exp. required
Ex. Benefit package
Apply Today
Telephone.:
352.527.2020
Fax: 352.527.9366
ithacher@hospiceof
citruscountv org
Hospice of Citrus
County
P.O. Box 641270
Beverly Hills, Fl 34464
citruscounty,org
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Inverness now hiring

Assistant Managers
Fast food management
experience req'd,
Benefits included.
Send resume to:
253 SE Hwy. 19
Crystal River 34429
or call (352) 563-1322
EXPERIENCED
ACCOUNTING
CLERK
AR Data Entry Exp.,
Excel A must. Fast
paced environment.
Benefits.
Please Fax Resume
to: Attention Kelly
(352) 746-5123


Transfer Specialist
Coordinator:
GRANT FUNDED:

Bachelor's degree
req'd In counseling,
education,
psychology, social
work, adult
education, or related
field. Min of 2/yrs f/t
exp In counseling or a
related student
development field
req'd. Community
college/upper level
higher education exp
pref'd, Exp working
with disadvantaged,
racially and culturally
diverse and high risk
students pref'd. May
be required to work a
flexible schedule.

Close date 10/25/06

For add'l info visit
www.GoCFCC.com or
call (352) 873-5819.
Mail application & un-
official transcripts to:
CFCC-Attn:
H.R. Dept,
P.O. Box 1388,
Ocala, FL 34478-1388

CFCC Is an EOE/AA &
DFWP Employer


Non-affiliated R.E
Associate

Wanted to work
part-time from home
handling rental
inquiries, showing
homes, completion
of rental contracts.
Regular monthly
commissions/bonuses
based upon perfor-
mance. All advertis-
ing, equipment,
phone provided.
Call 866-220-1146 for
details. Send resume
to susan@palm
coastrental.net
or fax to 386-437-4930

P/T DIRECTOR OF
MUSIC MINISTRIES
First Presbyterian
Church of Inverness
206 Washington Ave.
Job Description Avail,
637-0770 Or fax
resume to: 637-6326


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Accepting
a locations for
I Positions
Apply In person Mon
thru Fri between 2 & 4
Applebees
Inverness
NO PHONE
CALLS PLEASE

BLACK DIAMOND
COUNTRY CLUB
Accepting applica-
tions for a Line Cook
and Dishwasher. P/T,
Evenings & weekends.
Apply at:
Black Diamond HR,
Rock Crusher RV Park,
275 So. Rock Crusher
Rd., Crystal River
EOE DFWP.


DELI CLERK
F/T & P/T Exp'd Only
Busy Workplace
Apply In Person 2-4
Monday Saturday:
FERRARA'S DELI
3927 N. Lecanto Hwy.
Beverly Hills, FL
(352) 746-3354



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HIRING
ALL POSITIONS!!
McDonald's EXP.
PREFERRED
COMPETITIVE PAY
Health, 401K &
Other Benefitsf
Dunnellon
McDonald's
11232 N. Williams St.
Dunnellon, FL 34432
(352)489-4620



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Exp. Wait Staff

Apply at: CRACKERS
BAR & GRILL
Crystal River

KITCHEN HELP &
DISHWASHER P/T
Apply in person
LA CASA Dl NORMA
Restaurant, Hwy 19.
Crys Rvr 352-795-4694

NOW HIRING ALL
POSITIONS

Crystal River and
Inverness locations.
Cockadoodles Cafe
(352) 637-0335



ZONING OFFICIAL/CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL
TOWN OF YANKEETOWN, FLORIDA


The Town of Yankeetown is accepting applications
for an experienced Zoning and Code Enforcement
Official for part time employment, minimum 20
hours. Additional hours required depending on
workload. Located in the southwest corner of Levy
County on the Withlacoochee River, an outstanding
Florida waterway, Yankeetown has a population of
approximately 700. For details call 352-447-2511.
Deliver Resume & cover letter before 12:00 noon
11/15/06 to: Town of Yankeetown, 6241 Harmony
Lane, P.O. Box 280, Yankeetown, Florida 34498-
0280 OR Fax to 352-447-0774. An EOE
685666


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A/C Tune up w/ Free
permanent filter +
termite/Pest Control
Insp. w/ Free Termite
monitors. Only $44.95
for both.(352) 628-5700
caco36870
ALL TRADES Our clients
need your company to
contract their const.
work direct. Jim/Cus.
Service Rep. 220-8004


A TREE SURGEON
Lic.&lns. Exp'd friendly
serve. Lower Free
estimates,352-860-1452
i AFFORDABLE w
I HAULING CLEANUP, I
PROMPT SERVICE |
Trash, Trees, Brush,
SAppl. Furn, Const, I
I Debris & Garages |
352-697-1126

All Tractor & Dirt Service
Land Clearing, Tree Ser.
Hauling, Bushhogging
Driveways 302-6955
COLEMAN TREE SERVICE
Removal & trim. Lic. Ins.
FREE EST. Lowest rates
guaranteed! 344-1102
DOUBLE J STUMP
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.
FJM LLC Landscape,
Tractor & Tree Service.
Bushhog, debris clean
up, stump grinding, tree
trim, land clearing, any
size job, 352-400-2790

JOHN MILL'S TREE
SERV., Trim, top, remove
Lic Acct 13732
(352) 341-5936
M&C Bob Cat Service
Tree & brush removal,
land clearing. Free est.
(352) 400-5340
Michael Denny's Tree
Service, Free Est. Lic. &
Ins. + Worker's Comp.
(352) 266-8048
PRECISION
STUMP GRINDING
Fast, Courteous &
Professional! Quality
stump removal @
reasonable rates.
352-628-2559/400-5544
R WRIGHT TREE SERVICE,
tree removal, stump
grind, trim, Ins.& Lie
#0256879 352-341-6827

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


CITRUS PLASTERING &
STUCCO, INC.
Patches/Repairs. 36 yrs.
exper. (352) 302-7343
Lic.Comp Card # 2196




'Affordable Computer'
Sales & Service @
"Affordable Prices"
(352) 564-0455
COMPUTER
TECH MEDICS
Hardware & Software
Internet Specialists
(352) 628-6688




CARPET FACTORY Direct
Restretch,clean, repair
Vinyl, Tile, Wood, (352)
341-0909 Shop at home
REPAIR SPECIALIST
Restretch Installation
Call for Fast Service
C & R SERVICES
Sr. Discount 586-1728


VChris Satchell Painting
& Wallcovering.AII work
2 full coats.25 yrs. Exp.
Exc. Ref. Lic#001721/
Ins. (352) 795-6533
3rd GENERATION
PAINTING, Int./Ext. FREE
Est., Mention this ad for
20% off (352) 201-0658
A# 1 L&L HOUSEHOLD
REPAIRS. No job too
small! 7days wk. Lic
#3008. (352) 341-1440
All Phaze Construction
Quality painting & re-
pairs. Faux fin. #0255709
352-586-1026 637-3632
Always Ready Hauling,
light moving, power
washing & painting. Lic.
& Ins. (352) 522-0520
Cell (352) 220-9223
BARTLETT HOUSE
PAINTING INC.
Painting/ Press. Cing.
Free est. 628-2900
CHEAP/CHEAP/CHEAP
DP Pressure Cleaning
& Painting. Licensed &
Insured. 637-3765
FERRARO'S
PAINTING SERVICE
Interior, Exterior.
Free Estimates.
Senior Discount.
(352)465-6631
G.T. McCarthy Painting
& Home Repair
Free Est./Sr. Discount
Lic #99990256375
(352) 563-5677 or
(407) 346-9408
George Swedlige
Painting- Int./Ext.
Pressure Cleaning- Free
est. 794-0400 /628-2245
HANDYMAN REPAIRS
Homes & Mobiles,
Metal buildings,
also Fencing & Gates
Lic. 99990000005
Bo's (352) 628-4391
Henry's Painting Press.
wash, roof clean. Ins.
Accept Cr. cards. Lic#
30555 (352) 302-4928
INTERIOR/EXTERIOR
& ODD JOBS. 30 yrs
J. Hupchick Lic./ns.
(352) 726-9998
Mike Anderson Painting
Int/Ext Painting & Stain-
ing, Pressure Washing
also. Call a profession-
al, Mike (352) 464-4418
MIKE'S PAINTING
Lic/ins.35 yrs exp Int/Ext
352-527-9443, 504-5950


POOL BOY SERVICES
Total Pool Care
Acrylic Decking
352-464-3967 a
Thompson's Quality
Painting, No job to big
or to small. Tired of the
old look Call Us
(352) 697-3395

Painting, Tile Work,
Framing. 30 yrs. exp.
344-1952 CBC058263
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting, Tile Work.
Framing. 30 yrs. exp.
344-1952 CBC058263
Willie's Painting & :
Pressure Cleaning
Great Rates! Lic. & Ins.
Credit Cards Accpt.
527-9088 or 634-2407




Affordabe Boat Macint. &
Mechanc4 Becbrica
Rig. John (352) 746-4521
DOCKS, SEAWALLS,
Boat Lifts, Boat Houses,
New, Redecks, Repair &
Styrofoam Replace.
Lic.CBC060275. Ins.
(352) 302-1236
QUALITY OUTBOARD
REPAIRS, Full & dock
side service. Morrill
Marine (352) 628-3331




AT YOUR HOivii 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)




All Kinds of Alterations
Exp taller, Free Est,
352-527-9391
352-270-3783




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




CNA MED TECH WILL DO
Priv duty, PT live in, 8/12
hr shifts. Rate Is neg. Ref
352-628-7542/697-0904
CNA will care for your
loved one In your home
18 yrs exp. Refs. Call for
FREE Info (352) 476-3763

Handicapped Sr.
Needs help cooking
noon meal, 5 or 6 days
per wk. pays $8 hr.
Call (352) 637-3924


INFANT CARE AVAIL.
Will watch your infant in
my home daily. Lots of
TLC. (352) 447-5952
New Home Day Care
Service, w/ immediate
openings for children of
all ages. 352-302-8549




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




CLEAN BREEZE FREE EST.
9 yrs. exp, Lie,/Ins.
HOMES & OFFICES
Sarah@(352)726-7604
FRANK & JEFF'S
HOME SOLUTIONS
'Helping you keep your
home beautiful at
lowest costs.' Int. & Ext.
Cleaning & Repair 25
yrs. exp. (352) 628-9106
HOMES & WINDOWS
Serving Cius Countyover 17
years. Kathy (352)
465-7334
No Job Too Big
Or Too Small.
We Do It All Call Mary
Best Cleaning
(352) 795-9045, Ref.
PROFESSIONAL
CLEANING SERVICE
Owner/Operated
Bonded, Uc. & Insur.
Will clean your home or
office. 527-6674 Home
563-3554 Bus.
West Coast Cleaning
Co. Home Cleaning,
Low rates, Free est., Uc/
Ins. (352) 628-0993




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




Bergman Custom Int.
Design & Build. Drywall
Framing, Tile, Kitchens &
Baths. CBC058263 35 yrs
exp 352-302-3004
COUNTERTOPS &
CABINETS
New & Resurfacing &
Also Repair. Lic.
28417 (352) 212-3016

HANDYMAN REPAIRS
Homes & Mobiles,
Metal buildings,
also Fencing & Gates
Lic. 99990000005
Bo's (352) 628-4391



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Additions/REMODELING
New construction
Bathrooms/Kitchens
Lic. & Ins. CBC 058484
(352) 344-1620
Bergman Custom Int.
Design & Build. Drywall
Framing, Tile, Kitchens &
Baths. CBC058263 35 yrs
exp 352-302-3004
Call Tacumsa
Contracting for quality
additions, remodels
& repairs. Free Estimates
CBC1253431
(352) 489-2581


ROGERS Construction
Additions, remodels,
new homes. Most
home repairs. 637-4373
CRC 1326872
W. F. GILLESPIE
Room Additions, New
Home Construction,
Baths & Kitchens
St. Lie. CRC 1327902
(352) 465-2177




FL RESCREEN
352-563-0104/257-1011
One panel or complete
Pool cage rescreen,
Superscreen w/10yr.
fact. warr. Fam.owned
& operated for 29 yrs.
HANDYMAN REPAIRS
Homes & Mobiles,
Metal buildings,
also Fencing & Gates
Lic. 99990000005
Bo's (352) 628-4391
Screen rms,Carports,
vinyl & acrylic windows,
roof overs & storm
panels, garage screen
doors, siding,
soffit fascia, Uc#2708
(352) 628-0562




Always Ready Hauling,
light moving, power
washing & painting. Lic.
& Ins. (352) 522-0520
Cell (352) 220-9223
AUGIE'S PRESSURE
Cleaning Quality
Work, Low Prices. FREE
Estimates: 220-2913
BARTLETT HOUSE
PAINTING INC.
Painting/ Press. Cing.
Free est. 628-2900
GALLOWAY PRESSURE
CLEANING. Free est. Ins.
Res/Com/Indus.
352-361-0198/ 361-9260
HANDYMAN REPAIRS
Homes & Mobiles,
Metal buildings,
also Fencing & Gates
Lic. 99990000005
Bo's (352) 628-4391
Henry's Painting Press.
wash, roof clean. Ins.
Accept Cr. cards. Llc#
30555 (352) 302-4928
Mike Anderson Painting
Int/Ext Painting & Stain-
ing, Pressure Washing
also. Call a profession-
al, Mike (352) 464-4418
PICARD'S PRESSURE
CLEANING & PAINTING
Roofs w/no pressure,
houses,driveways. 25 yrs
exp. Lic./Ins. 341-3300
Willie's Painting &
Pressure Cleaning
Great RatesI Lc. & Ins.
Credit cards Accpt.
52 0on 8o Ar '64207


#1 A+TECHNOLOGIES
All home repairs. Also
Plasma TV's Installed.
phone, cable Llc5863
(352) 746-0141
#1 HANDYMAN
ALL HOME REPAIR
PAINT/PAPER
POWER WASHING
(352) 560-7536
10% Senior Discount
Free Estimates Lic 26975
#1 IN HOME REPAIRS,
paint, press.wash, clean
roof&gutters, Reliable,
#0169757 344-4409


V CALL ME FOR Small
home repairs the big
contractors don't want.
I'll return your call. Lic#
25995 (352) 613-5427
A# 1 L&L HOUSEHOLD
REPAIRS. No job too
small! 7days wk. Liec
#3008. (352) 341-1440
AAA HOME REPAIRS
Main & repair probe
lems Swimming Pool
Rescreen99990000162
352-746-7395

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SAFFORDABLE ,
HAULING CLEANUP, I
| PROMPT SERVICE I
Trash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Furn, Const, I
Debris & Garages
352-697-1126
L --- J
Andrew Joehi
Handyman. General
Maintenance/Repairs
Ftessure & cleaning.
Lawns, gutters. No job
too small! Reliable. Ins
0256271352-465-9201

COUNTERTOPS &
CABINETS
New & Resurfacing &
Also Repair. Lic.
28417 (352) 212-3016

EHRLICH
HANDYMAN SERVICE
Uc. # 99990256839
(352) 400-5285

HANDYMAN REPAIRS
Homes & Mobiles,
Metal buildings,
also Fencing & Gates
Lic. 99990000005
Bo's (352) 628-4391
NATURE COAST HOME
REPAIR & MAINT. INC.
Offering a full range of
services.Lic.0257615/Ins,
(352) 628-4282 Visa/MC
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting, Tile Work,
Framing. 30 yrs. exp,
1A. 1CO2r CR0n5aOA3


CITRUS ELECTRIC
All electrical work.
Uc & Ins ER13013233
352-527-7414/220-8171
Electrical Service Calls
Licensed & ins.
Camp. #EC0001303
352-860-0590/302-2366
FULL ELECTRIC SERVICE
Remodeling, Lighting,
New Install! Lic. & Insur,
#2767(352) 257-2276




#1 V I remove & haul
CONTENTS from estates,
bldgs, sheds, yards, etc.
352-400-0481/341-4852
All of Citrus Hauling/
Moving Items delivered,
clean ups.Everything
from A to Z 628-6790
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AFFORDABLE 3
I HAULING CLEANUP, I
| PROMPT SERVICE I
Trash, Trees, Brush,
I Appl. Furn, Const, I
| Debris & Garages 1
352-697-1126

Always Ready, Hauling,
light moving, power
washing & painting. Lic.
& Ins. (352) 522-0520
(352) 220-9223
C.J.'S TRUCK/TRAILER
Low $$$/7 day serv
Furn., appi, trash, brush,
726-2264 201-1422


Furn. Moving / Hauling
Dependable & Exp.
LARRY
325-270-3589, 726-7022
J&J Moving & Hauling"
Clean Outs, Relocations
Odd Jobs, Yard Work
(352) 628-9370
M&C CLEAN UPS & BOB
CAT SERV Trash & Brush
removal, const. debris,
Free est. (352) 400-5340
WE MOVE SHEDS
352-637-6607




CARPET DONE RIGHT
"Just In Time Floor-
Covering, LLC" Free est.
On new or repair.
Call Now 352-628-3555
CARPET FACTORY Direct
Restretch,clean, repair
Vinyl, Tile, Wood, (352)
341-0909 Shop at home




All kinds of fences
JAMES LYNCH FENCE
Free estimates.
(352) 527-3431
A 5 STAR COMPANY
Go Owens Fencing.
All types.Free estimates
Comm/Res. 628-4002
BARNYARD 11 FENCING
Since 1973. No job, to
big or small, for Free Est.
Sales or Install Avail.
Also check our Lark
Portable utility sheds. By
Far the Best in Fencing
& Utility Buildings.
(352) 726-9260
BEACH FENCE
Free est., Lic. #0258336
(352) 628-1190
813-763-3856 Cell
HANDYMAN REPAIRS
Homes & Mobiles,
Metal buildings,
also Fencing & Gates
Lic.'99990000005
Bo's (352) 628-4391


#1 in Service
Hise Roofing
New const. reroofs &
repairs, 25 yrs. exp. leak
spec. #CCC1327059
(352) 344-2442
Don't Let JUST Anone
On Your Roof
CALL MULE
#CCC056828
(352) 563-3478






John Gordon Roofing
Recs Rates Free est. oud to
Serve You.
ccc1325492.
795-7003/800-233-5358
Professional Roof Sys.
New & Re-roofs, Repairs
LIc/Ins RC0067139
(352) 564-1242




MYRICK'S MARINE Const
Docks Built & Repaired
Lic #2564 / Ins.
(352) 341-4152
RIP RAP SEAWALLS &
CONCRETE WORK
Lic#2699 & Insured.
(352)795-7085/302-0206


All Tractor & Dirt Service
Land Clearing, Tree Ser.
Hauling, Bushhogging
Driveways 302-6955
BIANCHI CONCRETE
Driveway-Patio- Walks.
Concrete Specialists.
Lic#2579 /Ins. 746-1004
Concrete Slabs, Patios,
masonry sheds &
garages. All types of
hauling & delivery. Land
Clearing, tractor
service, Tree trimming,
yd. &,garage debris
removal. 302-8999
CONCRETE WORK.
SIDEWALKS, patios,
driveways, slabs. Free
estimates. Lie. #2000.
Ins. 795-4798.
ROB'S MASONRY
& CONCRETE Slabs,
driveways & tear outs
Lic.1476 726-6554




Additions/REMODELING
New construction
Bathrooms/Kitchens
Uc. & Ins. CBC 058484
(352) 344-1620
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HAULING CLEANUP, I
| PROMPT SERVICE I
Trash, Trees. Brush,
Appl. Furn, Const, I
I Debris & Garages |
352-697-1126 m

Bergman Custom Int.
Design & Build. Drywall
Framing, Tile, Kitchens &
Baths. CBC058263 35 yrs
exp 352-302-3004
W. F. GILLESPIE
Room Additions, New
Home Construction,
Baths & Kitchens
St. LUc. CRC 1327902
(352) 465-2177
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting, Tile Work,
Framing. 30 yrs, exp.
344-1952 CBC058263




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




Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing, *
Painting, Tile Work,
Framing, 30 yrs. exp.
344-1952 CBC058263
REPAIRS, Wall & ceiling
sprays, Int/Ext Painting
LIc/Ins 73490247757
352-220-4845


FILL, ROCK, CLAY, ETC.
All types of Dirt Service
Call Mike 352-564-1411
Mobile 239-470-0572
Al Grade Organic Top
Soil $15yard, Delivery
Avail. Fill, dirt, stone etc.
Pink Mini Dump
341-(DIRT)3478
All Tractor & Dirt Service
Land Clearing, Tree Ser.
Hauling, Bushhogging
Driveways 302-6955
BUSHHOGGING, Rock,
dirt, tree, trash, drive-
ways. Call Sam Johnson
(352) 628-4743


D&C TRUCK & TRACTOR
SERVICE, INC.
Landclearing, Hauling
& Grading. Fill Dirt,
Rock, Top Soil & Mulch.
Lic. lns.(352)302-7096
FLIPS TRUCK & TRACTOR,
Landclearing, Truck &
Tractor work. House
Pads, Rock, Sand, Clay,
Mulch & Topsoil.
You Need It, I'll Get It!l
(352) 382-2253
Cell (352) 458-1023
VanDykes Backhoe
Service. Landclearing,
Pond Digging &
Ditching (352) 302-7234
(352) 344-4288




r AFFORDABLE
I HAULING CLEANUP,
PROMPT SERVICE
Trash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Furn, Const, I
| Debris & Garages
352-697-1126
All Tractor & Dirt Service
Land Clearing, Tree Ser.
Hauling, Bushhogging
Driveways 302-6955
Concrete Slabs, Patios,
masonry sheds &
garages. All types of
hauling & delivery. Land
Clearing, tractor
service, Tree trimming,
yd. & garage debris
removal. 302-8999
DONALD KERNZ'S
M.H. demolition.
landclearing & Const.
debris (352) 634-0329
FJM LLC Landscape,
Tractor & Tree Service.
Bushhog, debris clean
up, stump grinding, tree
trim, land clearing, any
size job, 352-400-2790
John's Debris Removal
Land Clearing, constr.
clean up, bob cat serv.
mobile home removal,
tree removal, Call for
FREE Est. (352) 220-6546
TURTLE ACRES
BUSHHOG SERVICE
No job too small! Lic.
Accepting Credit Cards
(352) 422-2114




D's Landscape & Expert
Tree Svce Personalized
design. Cleanups &
Bobcat work. Fill/rock &
Sod: 352-563-0272
PremierScape
Landscape Packages.
Design & installation,
Palms, trees, shrubs, sod
& more. Free estimates
(352) 205-3210
RAM Landscaping
Specializing in
Pruning. Call Me
(352) 637-6588
SOD SOD SOD-
BANG'S LANDSCAPING
Sod, Trees, Shrubs
(352) 341-3032


AFFORDABLE
I HAULING CLEANUP, I
| PROMPT SERVICE
Trash, Trees, Brush,
I Appl. Furn, Const,.
i Debris & Garages I


Bob's Pro Lawn Care
Reliable,Quality work,
Residential/Comm.
Lic./Ins. 352-613-4250


DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Hauling,Cleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852




DANIAL COLE POOL
CLEANING SERVICES
Reliable, Wkly Cleaning
Lic. Ins. 352-465-3985
POOL BOY SERVICES
Total Pool Care
Acrylic Decking
e 352-464-3967 "
POOL LEAKING??
Pool Leak Detection
Since 1964
352-302-9963/357-5058

1-S

Seasoned Oak Fire
Wood, Split,, 4x7.
$80 Stacked/Delivered
$70 Delivered Only
(352) 344-2696




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




"All Occasions For Less"
(Includes Weddings)
VIDEO & PICTURE SLIDE
SHOWS (352) 400-1193
ERRAND PERSON
Too Busy? Will run
errands for you. Refer.
avail.(352) 220-9161
MR CITRUS
COUNTY REALTY








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3.9% Listings
INVESTORS
BUYERS AGENT
BUSINESS BROKER
(352) 422-6956
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2/2 WF Condo ...................... $900
BEVERLY HILLS
2/2/1 Furnished Villa ........... $975
55+ Community
Seasonal Rentals
Available
Ready for a Change?
Want to increase
your Income?
JOIN THE SALES
TEAM OF ONE OF
THE AREA'S
LEADING
HOMEBUILDERS

As a valued sales
professional,
you'll receive:'
* An extensive
mentoring'
program
* Excellent
compensation
and incentives
Experience in
New Home Sales
not required.
Please e-mail
resume & earning
history in
confidence to:
Ruczkowskj@
Maronda.com


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PEST CONTROL
SALES
Sales Exp, a must.
Average$S 1200 wkly
Plus benefits.
Call(352) 628-5700

PHONE REPS
NEEDED
Set your own hours
Set your own pay
rate
Exp. preferred
Call 352-628-0254

SALES PEOPLE
NEEDED
Growing RV
Dealerships Exp. a
plus, but will train.
(352) 867-7313

SALES/CASHIER
F/T or P/T, flexible
schedule. Great jobi
Great pay, Call for
interview.
(352) 572-2452

SALES/SAS SHOES

Available immediate-
ly. Full-time position
for new retail shoe
store located in
Crystal River.
Experience preferred.
Salary negotiable.
Send Resume
PO Box 2047
Lecanto, Fl. 34460


VILLAGE

Village Cadillac
Toyota/Scion has
moved Into their
beautiful new
dealership and Is
In need of 4 more
Sales Reps to meet
the needs of their
customers.
Village is beginning
a training class on
Tues. Oct. 24th.

Paid Training
Best Pay Plan
In Area
Blue Cross/
Blue Shield
401K With Employer
Contribution
Paid Vacation
Dental Plan
Promotion from
within
No experience
necessary but you
must be well dressed,
well groomed,
articulate,have a
great attitude and
work ethic,
Please apply In
person at:
Village Cadillac
Toyota/Scion
2431 S. Suncoast Blvd.
Homosassa
We are a Drug Free
Workplace


Alarm Tech/
Low Voltage
Installer

Local Security Alarm
Company. Exp. pre-
ferred. Insurance &
Benefits, Must have
valid drivers license.
Send resume to
Box 1200M, C/O
Chronicle, 1624 N
Meadowcrest Blvd,
Crystal River, FL 34429


MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
Exp'd person to supervise maintenance team.
Oversee & perform routine repairs,
maintenance of bldgs and grounds to include
electrical, plumbing, capentry, heat/AC, ect.
DIRECT CARE
Help developmentally disabled adults learn
living skills in their home and community.
$950 hr-after 90 days
Shifts available:
2:30 pm-ll:15pm
3:30pm-12:15am
Great benefits including BCBS hlth insurance
with $10 co-pay,401K

Apply within the HR Dept.
1-352-341-4633
(TDD: 1-800-545-1833 ext 347) *EOE


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A/C LEAD
INSTALLERS &
HELPERS
Exp or will train the
right person. Benefits.
Call 352-628-5700

CABLE TV
INSTALLER
Top $ paid for video,
phone & data install-
ers In Leesburg area.
Truck or van required.
Employee based; full
benefits, OT, mileage,
cell & 401K. Exp. pref.
800-780-9181

CCC Transportation
LLC

MECHANIC
Now taking applica-
tions for 2nd Shift
Mechanic. Paid
Holidays & Vacations.
Medical, Dental &
Vision also available.
Call (352) 795-7552
DFWP/ EOE

COMPUTER/
DRAFTMAN
For Busy Land
Surveying Office
(352) 563-0010

ELECTRICAL
Maronda Systems is
seeking Residential
Electricians, for the
Ocala Area. Must have
experience as well as
own truck and tools.
Top Pay and benefits
Please, contact Ron @
(352)266-1802

Fire Instructor
Part time highly
technical
Instructional work In
the field of
emergency response
In the application of
the prevention,
control, suppression
of fire (both structural
and non structural);
emergency medical
care and response to
natural or human
made disasters,
Position requires
HS diploma or GED,
Associate's
degree, vocational
technical degree or
specialized training
that is equivalent to
satisfactory
completion of two
years of college
education. Proof of
Certification as a
Florida FF 11 and EMT
(Paramedic
Preferred); Fire
Officer I and Florida
Instructor I. EVOC
from an accredited
institution. Must
possess a valid F
Driver License.
Starting Pay
$14.56 hourly.
Apply at the
Citrus County Human
Resources Office,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 178,
Lecanto, FL 34461
by Friday,
November 17, 2006.
EOE/ADA


DUCT
MECHANICS,

Must have
FL Driver's
License & own
transportation.
Apply in person:
Daniel's Heating & Air
4581 S. Florida Ave.
Inverness

F/T SERVICE
POSITION
For Qualified
Individual. Must be
able to lift 100lbs. Must
have clean driving
record. Light Plumbing
duties required.
Fax Resume to:
352-621-0355
Or Call 352-621-0403

HEAVY EQUIP.
OPERATOR
For site prep
company, Must be
self motivated &
reliable. $30K-50k
plus benefits.
(352) 799-1485

HEAVY
EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR
EMPLOYMENT




Bulldozers, Backhoes,
Loaders, Dump Trucks
Graders, Scrapers
& Excavators
National
Certification
Financial
Assistance
-Job Placement
Assistance
866-448-3413
Associated Training
Services
www equloment-
ooerator.com

INSTALLER
For Hardwood Floors
Needed. Exp. A
MUST! Call


IRRIGATION
TECHNICIAN
Must have
experience with
commercial ajnd
residential irrigation
systems
Apply in person
920 E Ray St.
Hernando


Increased pay rates and
competitive benefit package
for all F/T employees after

90 days

Positions Available:

Residential FT/PT

Outside Advertising Sales FT

Diesel Mechanic FT

Bus Drivers PT

Janitorial PT

DRUG FREE WORKPLACE


Apply within the HR Dept.
130 Heights Ave.,
Inverness, Florida
352-341-4633
or Online at keytrainingcenter.org
(TDD: 1-800-545-1833 ext. 347)
*EOE*
685673


SKILLED MAINTENANCE OPENING


$16.20/hr
(16.00/hr base pay + shift differential)

2nd Shift

HIRING NOW!
Kmart Regional Distribution Center Ocala, FL
If you are a team-player who thrives in a challenging,
exciting and rewarding environment. Kmart has the
position for you!

Qualification criteria as follows:
Performs scheduled and preventative maintenance of
equipment, machinery, electrical systems and structures.
Strong electrical, mechanical, and mathematical skills
70 lbs. Lifting.
Experience in Allen Bradley PLC required. Skilled in 3

phase motor controls, servo controllers (analog and digital)
and knowledge of barcode scanners a plus.
Experience in carpentry, painting, plumbing and repair of
small machinery.
Electrical Forklift Repair a plus.

We offer competitive pay, benefits, training,
opportunities for advancement, and a $50 bonus to

eligible fulltime associates.
Please fax resumes to 352-873-3731 attention: Skilled Maintenance
or mail resume to:
KMART DISTRIBUTION CENTER
655 S.W. 52nd Ave., Ocala, Florida 34474

85014 is an EEO Employer. We support a drug-free workmart
aEsu Sears Holdings is an EEO Employer. We support a drug-free workplace.


CONCRETE
FINISHERS &
LABORERS

Local & steady work.
(352) 344-2065
EXP'D PARTY CHIEF
& INSTRUMENTS
PERSON
For Survey Crew.
(352) 563-0010
EXP'D WELDER &
FABRICATOR
Aluminum a must!
352-795-8005/489-2711
EXPERIENCED


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CAREGIVERS

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

CUSTOMER
SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVES
Now Hiringi
Enjoy talking on the
phone and providing
outstanding,
professional
customer service?
Cingular has a place
for you in our Ocala
Call Center.
Basic Qualifications
Include,
*HS Diploma/GED
or equivalent
*At least 17 years
of age
*6 months experi-
ence operating a
computer in
Windows based
environment
*Availability to work a
flexible schedule
which includes all
hours of call center
operation
*Minimum 6 months
customer service or
call center
experience.

Excellent benefits
Starting Salary Range
$9.41-$12.50/hr
If you're ready to
share your greatness,
call 866-344-JOBS
to prescreen for an
appointment or
apply at any
One Stop Workforce
location. Walk-Ins
Welcomel
X cingular
lits you best
EOE

DECCA
Is Now Hiring

F/T Breakfast
Lunch Cook
Exp Only
*P/T Server
*Lawn Maint.
Laborer
*Landscape
Laborer
Apply At:
DECCA in Oak Run,
7 ml off 1-75 on
SR 200 West,
Mon Thurs
8am-12 noon
or Call
(352) 854-6557
or fax resume
(352) 861-7252
Decca is a Drug Free
Work Place.
EOE

DISPATCHER
Waste Management
Is seeking a
Dispatcher to join
our Wildwood
location, Excellent
customer service/
communication skills
and general
knowledge of the
local area required.
We offer competitive
pay/ excellent
benefits.
Please fax your
resume to
866-859-6163
or email to
icravens@wm.com
EOE M/F/D/V
www.wm
careers.com


Marine Mechanic,
Boat Rigger

Exp. Apply In person
Homosassa Marine
3120 S. Suncoast Blvd.
(352) 628-2991
MASONS &
MASON TENDERS
Must have own
trans. 352-795-6481
or 352-302-3771

MECHANIC
Hvy Trk & Equip
Site Dev. Co seeking
self motivated Indi.
Must have owns tools.
33k to 59K
(352) 279-9856
OTR Truck Drivers
The Largest Florida-
Based Refrigerated
Trucking Co. is seek-
ing the Best in Safety
and On-Time Delivery.
We Offer-
99". No Touch Freighti
High Mileal
Dedicated
Dispatcheisl
Top Pay, Benefltsl
Class-A-CDL
Required.
Call (800) 362-0159 or
Apply at
www LClobs camrn
Sign On Bonusl
Call Nowl
PLASTERERS &
LABORERS

Transportation.
(352) 302-0894
B & F STUCCO
Leave Message

QUALIFIED
SERVICE TECH

Must have
experience and
current FL
Driver's License
Apply in person:
Daniel's Heating &
Air
4581 S. Florida Ave,
Inverness
TOWER HAND
Starting at $9 00/hr
BIdg Communication
Towers. Travel, Good
Pay & Benefits. OT,
DFWP. Valid
Driver's License. Steady
Work. Will Train
352-694-8017 Mon-Fri


Apply in person or
call our JOB LINE
for more details:
1-800-635-KIDS
Fax: (352) 351-427A
E-mail: lobs@cdsltor
Attn: HR
1601 NE 25th Ave.
Suite 900
Ocala, FL 34470
EOE/AA/DFWP

F/T FAITH BASED
MEN'S & WOMEN
ADMINISTRATOR
Evenings & Weeken(
352-527-6500

FRONT DESK
Hotel experience
required. Great
benefits. Full/Partfim(
Apply In person:
BEST WESTERN
614 NW Hwy 19,
Crystal River.

JOBS GALORE!!!
www.AAA
EMPLOYMENT.NET
LIVE-IN CAREGIVE
Seeking exp'd, deper
non-smoking mature
woman to care for rr
mother in her Citrus
Springs home.
(352) 489-3772

PHONE REPS
NEEDED
Set your own Hours!
Set your own payrate
Exp. preferred
Call 352-628-0187

Property
Maintenance
Homosassa
Full time marintenanc(
person to work at Fore
View/ Stonebrook
Communities in
Homosassa. General
maintenance, lawn
mowing and swimming
pool maintenance.
Experience preferred
but will train right
person. We offer
competitive wages
and excellent benefit;
including medical,
dental and long-term
disability and 401 (K),
Fax resume or work
history to Steve Herriclk
at 352-628-4489 or
e-mail to
Stephen Herrick@
allforestvlew.com
EOE/MF

Transit Van
Driver
(1 Full time)
(1 Part time)
Positions driving a
County van
transporting
passengers to and
from residence and
designated locations
in Citrus County.
Secures passengers in
wheelchairs, assists
elderly, frail and
disabled with
boarding and
departing bus. Gives
change, collects
monies, provides
information. Must
possess a valid Florida
Driver License. Must
obtain within
6 months of
employment
certification in First
Aid and CPR. Must
pass a drug test and
criminal background
check prior to
employment.
Starting pay
$8.45 hourly.
Apply at the
Citrus County Office
of Human Resources,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 178,
Lecanto, FL 34461
no later than Friday,
October 20, 2006.
EOE/ADA

TREE SERVICE
NEEDS WORKERS


(352) 628-9884
Leave Message
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352-637-2973
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WILL TRAIN

Willing to work long
hours, for position In well
drilling operation &
pump repair. Must have
clean driving record.
Benefits; Apply @
Citrus Well Drilling
2820 E Norvell Bryant
Hwy. Hernando
WINDOW
CLEANING CO.
Seeking
Full or Part time help,
Temporary position
(352) 341-2411 after 6





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PT. Flexible hrs.

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Cedar Creek
Assisted Living
231 NW HWY 19
Crystal River


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The following positions
are available in
Citrus County &
Hernando County

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Family Services
*Head Start
Curriculum
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Teachers: CC
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(3) 8x7 Rollup door
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Concrete slab w/
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V 25x50 endc. steel
bldg(2) 8x7 Rollup
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Install on your
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CRAFTSMAN 8 Drwr. Roll
Around Tool BOXES
(2) NEW $225 each
(352) 489-2104
9 am 9 pm
CRAFTSMAN
Floor Model Drill Press
$150 Exc. Cond.;
24' ALUM. LADDER
Comm. $85 Like New.
(352) 746-5739
PRESSURE CLEANER
13 hp Honda, Like New
w/all attach. $450/obo
GENERATOR 4000 watt
6.5 hp, Like new $350/
obo (352) 746-3228




Complete Crosby
Stereo System with 27"
color tv. $400.00
(352) 795-0853


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Setters

Guaranteed Hourly
+ Comm, + Dally
Incentives. Days,
Nights, weekends, All
available, Call today.
Fax Resume to:
352-621 -0355
Or call 352-621-0403


MEDICAL FILE
CLERK
12-5 Mon-Fri. Medical
Office Exp required,
Fax Resume to
352-795-5559


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A/C & HEAT PUMP
SYSTEMS. 13th SEER
& UP. New Units at
Wholesale Prices
2 Ton $780.00
-2 2-'/2ton $814.00
--3 Ton $882.00
*Installation kits;
*Prof. Installation;
*Pool Heat Pumps
Also Available
Free Deliveryl
Call 746-4394
ABC Briscoe Appliance
Front Load Washer, et c
Sales Service & Parts.
(352) 344-2928
AC SYSTEMS
All Sizes, mfg. warr.,
duct supplies, ther-
mostats, slabs, Free
delivery/consultation
wholesale prices from
$475. Call Toll Free
866-746-8513

ALL APPLIANCES. New
& Used, Scratch Dent.
Warr. Washers, dryers,
stoves, refrig. etc. Serv
Buy/Sell 352-220-6047
APPLIANCE CENTER
Used Refrigerators,
Stoves, Washers, Dryers.
NEW AND USED PARTS
Driver Vent Cleaning
Visa, M/C., A/E. Checks
352-795-8882
Freezer, GE 14 cubic ft.
frostfree, white, excel.
cond. $300.00 080
(352) 795-4822
GE RANGE, elec., 30"
white, self cleaning,
glass front, good cond.,
$65. (352) 560-7157
(352) 476-7252 cell
GE REFRIGERATOR
Side by side, door ice in
water, white, 3-yrs old
20 cu.ft. $400 GE Micro.
1100 watt, above stove,
white, $100 344-9141
KENMORE FRIDGE
Almond, $125;
Exc. Cond.,
ELECTRIC RANGE $50
727-639-4218/224-7308
INVERNESS 10
Oven, GE, electric off
white, new never used,
hood incl. $150.
Dishwasher, GE, off
white, new never used
$150.516-242-0887
Portable AC
w/ wheels 10,000 BTU
New $400.
(352) 563-5721
Washer & Dryer Asko,
front loader washer,
GE dryer, excel. cond.
$400.
(352) 746-1360
WASHER & DRYER
Kenmore, matching
Set almond, $250.
8 Dryers Ranging from
$50-$150.352-628-4321
Washer & Dryer,
Maytag, clean, top
cond. $250. pair
Room Dehumidifier $25.
(352) 465-1452
Leave message
Washer, GE, white,
$40.00
(352) 228-0000


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Antiques/Collectibles
Buy/Sell/Auction
Tues-Fri 10-5 Sat 10-2
811 SE Hwy 19
Cr. River
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(352) 795-2061



Autographed Base balls
by Joe Montana and
Dan Marino.
Certified by Upper
Deck w/ matching
number and hologram,
Nice Gift. $125 each
(352) 489-0399
CHRISTMAS VILLAGE
31 pieces plus extras
$300/obo
(352) 726-5389
FOR THE COLLECTOR
Custom-made cabinet
solid cherry, 200 drwrs.
Glass dr. in center. 7'WX
5'6"HX16"D, $3,000/obo
Call for details 382-0861
or 422-1309
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12 HP 5 spd, bagger
mulcher many new
parts new parts $500
(352) 527-0749
BAMBOO CART
2 Shelf $50
OLD WICKER PLANTER
w/insert $75
(352) 382-3679
Craftsman Riding
Mower 42" deck, 15HP,
B&S engine $400.
(352) 746-7357
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RV's, Cars. ATV's, jet skis,
3 wheelers. 628-2084
Lawn Mower SCOTT'S
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AGNAVOX 19" TV DAYBED W/TP"N)LE
;olor TV with built-in New w/acc ,
VCR & DVD player. SECTION' .L
$100.00 w/reclilning nds $250
(352) 795-0625 (352) 422-6136
CA WIDE SCREEN TV Dining Rm Table
52" $575 8 chairs Thomasville,
1 yr, oldi top of line $1,000.
LNESS FORCES SALE. (352) 527-4255
(352) 628-2963 Dining Room Set, 8
i's (2), Panasonic & piece sold oak. $500.00
Sanyo, Colored. Cardlo Excersize
$25.00ea Machine. $50.00
(352) 344-8672/ (352) 726-2038
352-425-0109 DINING TABLE W/4
CHAIRS Glass Top
Bronze & Wrought Iron
Base. $550; Coffee
Table & 2 End Tables
Pine Fence Board, (Same Base) $550 or
50@; Cherry lumber, $1,000 all 8 pcs.
.00/ft. Rough sawn, (352) 382-5702
dried, (352)228-9145 Full Size Sofa
xt. Doors, prehung w/ two recliners
metal, 36" w/ approx. 3 yrs, old,
thermal lites. $700. excel. cond.
kes all 4. 621-0848 $295. (352) 341-0722
erior/Exterior doors FULLSIZE SERTA PERFECT
erior Prehungs: $35 SLEEPER BED, complete
exterior Prehung 6 with headboard, like
nels: $85. Mirrors $10. new $80 CABINET,
axt to Citrus County oak finish, $15
Speed way (352) 382-2224
(352) 637-6500 FUTON, OAK, fullsize
w/8" mattress, cover &
bolster pillows, exc.
cond., $300 ab Wood
'JFATA FO[I TV stand for 32" TV, $85
35 MM CAMERA obo (352) 726-2572
anon, EOS Rebel, Futon, Queen, used
-90 Lens, soft case, once, whicker,
filter, polarizing filter, complete, $200.
vitar flash, batt. & 3 Piece Iron and Glass
ck strap. Like new! tables, thick beveled
5 firm 352-726-5249 glass, cocktail and
0C HP Printer with 2 sides tables, $300.
C HP Printer with (603) 686-1837
w cartridge $25.00 Homosassa
5DC Epson Printer
ith new cartridge GLASS TOP DINETTE SET
$35.00 Hammered Bronze
(352) 344-1365 metal frames. 4 Neutral
fabric covered chairs.
COMPUTER <1 yr, old. $125
)KIA 15" computer (352) 382-2497
$75, LexmarkX1150
er, scanner, copier, LG. JEWELRY DISPLAY
35. 352-637-4114 COUNTER $125;
STLER COMPUTERS 2 SETS of BUNK BEDS
:STLER COMPUTERS .w/ Box Springs
net service, New & w/Box Springsut $
d systems, parts & 352-794-0265/527-1993
upgrades. Visa/
VICard 637-5469 Light Oak China
p://www.rdee.net Cabinet, light, glass
doors & shelves on top,
drawers under,
excel. cond. $250.
2 pc. solid wood hutch
$95. (352) 795-3200
ye Tractor, 04, 3cyl Liv. Rm. sofa w/ match-
sel. 4 wheel drive, ing chair, like new
ket, new backhoe cond. $250. 6 light oak
ushhog. Low hours. Swivel Bar Stools
$10,000. OBO, w/ cushions $90.
(352) 422-7128 (352) 795-3200
Ford Cultavator LIVING ROOM
$75.00 OBO FLORAL PRINT SOFA
352) 447-8046 or Uke new condition!
352) 228-7585 $100
(352) 746-6406
'OutoorMAPLE HUTCH
I w/light, glass front. 50"W
SFurniture X 78"T. 3 shelves. $140
ATIO FURNITURE Exc. Cond,
s & metal table, 4 (352) 249-9160
rs, good cond. $65 MATTRESS
CLINING LOUNGES Full size box spring and
d cond., $20 ea mattress set. Barely
352) 382-2224 used! $125.00. Ph
Furniture, Ig. rec- 352-503-3429
gular glass table MATTRESS SET
r, metal frame, 6 Fu. Sz Pillow-Top
cushioned chairs, FIRM, in plastic $300
'od cond. $150. CAT TOWER 7 Levels
352) 746-3720 68"T Creme, Exc Cond.
CNIC TABLES $100 (352) 527-6629
or sale, all sizes NEW LIVING RM FURN.
352) 628-1936 From Hearth & Home
Sofa, Ottoman, 2 Chairs
& 2 Lamps, Paid
$4500, sell $1400 firm.
(352) 527-9441
AIRS OF CHAIRS PRE OWNED FURNITURE
w Rocker Recliners Unbeatable Prices
NU 2 U FURNITURE
redwood ROCKERS Homosassa 621-7788
tinkle) $175/pr. Preowned Mattress Sets
352) 400-5087 from Twin $30; Full $40
Twin Beds$50;Kg $75.
2 Twin Beds 628-0808
able w/ massage R L D
$200. ea. ROLLTOP DESK
352) 344-3376 small, $45
ce Oak Bedroom (352) 464-4517
ke new condition SLEEPER COUCH, Single
No mattress Never used! $200/obo
$350.Firm HIDE-A-WAY BED, Single
352) 563-0022 Never used, $150/obo
;LASS TOP PATIO (352) 464-4517
)e w/4 Padded SOFA & LOVESEAT
Chairs $100 Light multi-color, exc
WUNDY ROCKER/ cond, w/coord lift-top
ECLINER $100 tables. $700 OBO
352) 382-9063 (352) 382-7647
que Solid Cedar SOFA BED
rdrobe w/ dbl. 2 Cushion, Gold Print,
excellent cond., $100 Like new mattress!
$195. (352) 382-3679
Desks $150. Sofa, 7', Flower pattern
52) 795-3200 w/oak trim.
kRM CHAIR & Lay-z- boy Rocker, dark
OTTOMAN wine w/ white flower
gundy Leather $300 for both OBO.
$495 (352) 795-8915
52) 382-5702 The Path's Graduates,
ARMOIRE Single Mothers,
ainment center & Needs your furniture.
ching end tables. Dining tables, dressers &
:ond. $500 OBO beds are needed.
52) 795-0841 Call (352) 746-9084
Bar Stools TWIN BED SET
wicker w/ green Twin bed and frame.
ns just purchased Uke new, $100.
total $200. (352) 201-1673
52) 621-0848 TWIN BEDS, headboard,
autlful China footboard, mattress &
Cabinet boxspring, $200 obo
$550. (352) 637-6590
Kitchen Table WHITE 36 x 60 TABLE
2 5 2 7 3 7 7 w / L e a f $ 3 5
52) 527-3377 ETHAN ALLEN 42 x 52
* BEDS BEDS TABLE w/4 CAPTAIN'S
:tory outlet store! CHAIRS $50
' National Brands (352) 697-9816
,/70% off Retail
119 Full $159 MR CITRUS
$199 / King $249 COUNTY REALTY
e call 795-6006
inning Oct. 3 .
Regular Hours
ri. 9-5 Sat. 9-1
L'S FURNITURE.0
issa 628-2306
& 2 END TABLES -
tops w /pew ter '. ',.. .
frames. $299 @
;ock/Sell $125 -. .'
2) 382-2497 ALAN NUSSO
ICH & CHAIR 3.9% Listings
an Allen, well YINVESTORS
gained furniture. BUYERS AGENT
raft belies & BUSINESS BROKER
tone. Couch (352) 422-6956
itching purple ANUSSO.COM
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352)527-1431
:H, LOVESEAT,
ottoman, beige
, good cond.,
'ENNSYLVANIA
E Baker's Rack
352) 637-6191
es, Desks, Book-
Bed Rm. turn.
& End tables,
152) 228-0555


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CITRUS CoUN'TY (FL) CHRONICLE


GrdenI
I 'AwSupies


Two, 21" Rear Drive
Mowers
1 master cut gas edger
All $225.
(352) 564-2756


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Citrus Springs
Sat./Sun. 10/14 &15 9-3
Bedrm st. patio st.. curio
indoor & outdoor items
8248 Primrose Drive
LECANTO
Sat. Sun. 10/14,15 1-5
407S. School Ave.



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* BURN BARRELS *
$10 Each
Call Mon-Fri 8-5
860-2545
2 Keg Beer Cooler
$150.
(352) 795-9345
9 Drawer Dresser, $100;
Trampolene, $150:
2 Recliners, $75 ea.
GPS Rino 110, $100.
352-628-1653/628-9323
65 PC. DISH SET
Turquoise Rim $50 obo
(352) 382-1842
500 BOTTLE
WINE COOLER
Works great! 48"WX
28"D X82"H Weighs "a
ton!" $1,200 OBO
(352) 726-4259

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



1,000's of Items sold
everyday using the
Chronicle classified.
Call today and we'll
help you get rid of
your unwanted stuff.



(352) 563-5966
(352) 726-1441
8ft. Deli Case, 2 Coolers,
SS Tables, Slicer,
Deep freezers.
Call (352) 795-7143
Antique Safe, 16"W 18"D
26" T, 1920 Very good
org, cond. $350. obo
Scroll Saw 18", old,
works good $50.
(352) 249-9160
AT&T Complete Home
Security System Protec-
tion, w/ smoke detector
and video tape, like
new cost $3,500. Sell
$1,000. (352) 746-6231
BAR & BARSTOOLS
$95; CERWIN VEGA
SPEAKERS, $50
(352) 464-2795
BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL
CHRISTMAS TREES,
starting at
$10, $15 and $20.
(352) 795-3394
BOOK SHELVES,
assorted sizes, $25 each
SHARP TV, 13", $10
All good cond.
(352) 382-2224
CLOTHES DRYER,
$65
ROLLTOP DESK,
$85
Cash, (352) 344-2752
Coca Cola Machine
$150.
Gas Range, almond
$150.
(352) 795-4775
DEWALT 10" Radial
Armsaw. 2HP motor,
$200: 2 END TABLES
w/drawers, $80.
(352) 637-3172
ELECTRIC RANGE
Tappan 24"
Works perfectly $75
OAK'PLANK FLOORING
for small room, $35.
(352) 637-1006
Entertainment Center
Off white, stucco finish,
glass shelves, mirror
back, lighted, hidden
TV cmprtmnt, cab. strg.
Great cond. $1,000
Sears Kenmore, upright
freezer, $275. Both Exc
cod. (352) 628-0333
Halloween Animated
Decoration. $10.00
Vintage Christmas Tree
$25.00 Best excel. cond.
(352) 726-0040
HOOVER
STEAM VACUUM
Like new, $75.
(352) 637-1173
Jewerly Cases 2
glass approx. 5' long
plus 1 Dbl. sided 6'
glass shelf. $275.00
for all 3 items
(352)563-9985/302-1485
PADDLE BOAT
Nearly new, $75;
LOVESEAT W/bed. $10
(352) 726-8652
613-3006
SOD- ALL VARIETIES
cut outs & new homes.
Installed & Rolled
(352) 637-5825
SPA, 4 SEAT SHELL
Very Good. $200 obo.
OFFICE CHAIR
Good Cond. $25
(352) 382-4327
WOLF SUNQUEST 3000-S
Tanning canopy, very
good shape, $475 aba
(352) 795-8001
212-5292, cell
WOOD LAMINATE


FLOORING
Nat. Oak
$.95 sq.ft. 1,000 sf avail.
(352) 637-6596




(2) Dixie Norco, PEPSI
Both work. $400/both
30 VENDSTAR 3000 Trilole
Dispenser $15/ea. or
$400/all (352)464-7292




Pronto Electric
Wheel Chair
Hitch carrier, Barely
Used $1,000.
(352) 563-5721


The "LITTLEST VIVA"
4 WHEEL ELECTRIC
SCOOTER, like new,
Rechargeable!
$495 for auick sale!
(352) 464-4517




UPRIGHT PIANO,
KOHLER,
beautiful, $800.
(352) 586-2590
Yamaha Electone
Organ, 21/2 manual,
full foot peddles $1500
(352) 637-1953




Bow Flex Xtreme
Not yet 1 yr. old.
Paid $1500.
Asking $1200. OBO
(352) 795-5712
Total body Work-out
Excersize Bicycle.
speed/calories/time/
etc. $50.00
(352) 341-0599
Treadmil, computerized
& digital. 8hp $250.
Nordic Trac Pro Ski
machine. $65.00
(352) 637-5171




2 BICYCLES
HUFFY Man's 10 spd.
& J C HIGGINS Lady's
Traditional bike. Both
like new! $50/ea. OBO
(352) 382-1842
26" 10 Spd. BIKES
(1) Men's, (1) Ladies
Sears Brand. $40/ea.
(352) 382-3932
GOLF CART
EZ-Go, 36 V
$1,095 Can see @
8411 W, Highland St.
Homosa.(352)795-2631
GUN SHOW
Oct. 14th & 15th
Sat. 9-4, Sun. 9-3,
Ramada Inn
( Formally
Steinbrenner's)
1-75 Exit 354, Ocala
(964) 461-0273
New Golf Cart
Push pull, 3 wheel
Blue Streak $125.
(352) 795-4405
Pool Table 8'
Brunswick, with all
access. & pool table
light. $900.00
(352) 795-0583
Pool Table
Legacy, camel hair,
like new $1,500.
(352) 527-4255
SET OF FISHING EQUIP.
Fishing Tackle, Fish
Finder, Tackle Boxes
Set $350 (Will divide)
(352) 628-9228 after 5
WE BUY GUNS
On site Gun Smithing
(352) 726-5238




2005 Cherokee
Enclosed Car Hauler,
32ft. alum./dia. plate
exterior, blk & white, vi-
nyl flooring. elec. hkups,
AC/Heat, fluorescent
light, tandem axles,
elect, brakes $18,000.
(352) 220-0385
Equipment Trailer
21' long & 6.5' wide.
$1500.00 OBO
(352) 423-2795
FACTORY DIRECT
5X8 $695 w/adS650
5X10 $750 w/ad $695
PARTS SERVICE TRADES
EZ Pull Trailers 400-1430
6532 HWY 44, Crys. Rvr.'
UTILITY TRAILER
W/RAMP GATE, $650.
(352) 795-4770
Utility Trailer
Good Condition
Asking $275.


STROLLER CARSEAT
Combo for Infant,
Graco. $100. Fisher
Price Infant Seat w/toy
bar, vibrates, $20. Like
New. 352-341-6920




CASH for Dish
Network satellite TV
equipment.
Will pick up.
352-344-0624
Disabled gentleman
in need of dishwasher
or radiant range/oven.
For donation or small
fee. (352) 270-3487


leauy Bear
Guinea Pigs
Champion Sire $35. ea.
(352) 560-3414
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.
Bird Cage,
new in box .36" x 65",
$186
(352) 586-2590
Boston Terriers, 3 adora-
ble boys, hand raised
10 wks, potty training
started. AKC, health
cert. $450. 746-2751
Cocktiel female,
yellow & grey with
cage $40.00
(352) 746-1289
Female Love Bird
Large Sturdy Steel cage
$150.
(352) 563-5721
Humanitarians
of Florida
Low Cost Spay &
Neuter by Appt.
Cat Neutered $20
Cat Soaved $25
Dog Neutered &
_Spayed start at $35 .
Low cost shot clinic
Tues, Weds & Thurs
12pm-4pm
(352) 563-2370
SHIHTZU PUPPIES
Ready 11/17w/shots
$350 M $400 F/$100 dep
(352)453-6685
SHiH-TZU/YORKIE MIX
puppies, 3 females, 1
male $500-$650 For
Info (352) 341-0805


Elm-I
1g- niirorIInIII111


16' Pontoon
'05, 25HP, 4 stroke,
covered storage
$8,500.
(352) 795-0230
17' JON BOAT
15 hp outbrd, & trailer.
Good Cond. Extras.
$2,200 OBO
(352) 795-0841
24' Pontoon
75 HP mercy low ml.
w/ trailer, excel, cond.
bathroom on board,
$10,900. (352) 527-9179


MARINE
&oot S.k/n & &1
We need Your clean
used boats
no fees
Hwy. 19, Crystal River
563-5510 1

'67 LARSON BOAT
16'6" w/85HP Merc. mtr.
Trailer incl, $1500.
(352) 621-8030, lv. msg,
Air Boat 2000
18'SS cage, Rod
lockers, 454 Motor,
Mint. cond. $18,500,
(352)634-1321/628-9737
(352)628-1030
AIRBOAT
14', Kennedy hull, 350
chevrolet engine,
trailer, $5,000.
352-726-1161
AIRBOAT 15'
Hoffman Rivermaster
hull, 225 grd. pwr eng,
6 new jugs w/trlr; Runs
great Exc. cond, $6,500
(352) 746-4450
Airboat
With lycoming eng.,
fiberglass hull, w/trlr
$5,000. Floral City
(727)254-9417
ALUM. V BOTTOM
12', 8 hp Johnson, alum.
trir, 6' bimini & access,
Exc. Condition!S1,300
(352) 628-9228 after 5
Aqua Sport Osprey
1997, 20ft., CC, 115HP
OB, w/ brand new 2006
trailer. $9,500.
(352) 621-0848
BASS TRACKER 185
18' SPEC. EDITION, '04,
all-welded hull, 30 hrs
use, Trallstar trlr, 60hp
Merc outbd, $11,900
(352) 746-1126
Boston Whaler
1981, 11', 1991 25hp
Mercury. $1500.00
(352) 637-3290
Canoe,
14' fiberglass Uke new
$375.00 OBO
(352) 447-8046 or
(352) 228-7585
CAROLINA SKIFF
1998, J-16, Gal. Trir.,
No mtr. $1,875
(352) 447-2693
CLACKACRAFT
'06, 16', Drift/Row, full
cover, fbrgiss, gal. trir.
Like new condition!
$8,500 (352)270-3282




'Sxleu Sioeg qe S,'.
Largest Sweetwater Pontoon &
Hurricane Deckboal Dealer
Hwy. 19, Crystal River
795-2597

Jon Boat
12', aluminum Polar
Kraft, Merc 9.9hp 4
stroke, magic tilt trailer,
$2,300. (352) 613-5380




WE NEED

BOATS!!
Selling them as fast
as they come in!
SOLD at
NO FEE




ORLANDO CLIPPER
'70, 18FT, cuddy '78 115
Evinrude, tilt/trim fishfind
trir, clean $1,650 obo
795-8001 212-5292
PalmBeachPontoon
'01, 20', Full custom
canvas, '00 Suzuki 70hp
4-stroke, '03 Trir. $7,000,
OBO (352) 726-0805
Polar Flat Skiff
1996, 18' w/8' wide
beam, '97 75 hp
Yamaha w/ low hrs. '97
performance Galv. Trl.
w/ spare. Depth Finder.
Aerated bait well,
blmlnl top, full cover.
SS prop. Rod holders
much more. VERY
CLEAN Will demo.
$7450. (352) 212-3479
PONTOON
20ft. 1993, trailer.
engine, needs work
$2,500. Floral City
(727)254-9417


THE PET CHARMER
Pet sitting in your home.
Greyhound adoptions
(352) 746-4848
TOY POODLE PUPS
White. For sale $250
(352) 637-2716
YORKIE MALE PUP
9 mos. CKC papers, all
shots, unaltered, crate
trained.Sweel, loveblel
$750 (352) 249-0802




2 GELDINGS
8-9 yrs. old w/saddles
$600/pr.(352) 795-9633




25HP JOHNSON
1990, exc, cond. Low
hours, Ideal for Pontoon,
Boat. Electric start. $900
For info (352) 476-5332
Outboard Motor, 25hp,
electric start tiller Model
w/ fuel tank & battery,
Exc Cond, $650 or
trade for 15hp.
(352) 503-3231




SEA-DOO
2005, WATERCRAFT
ONLY 4 MONTH OLD!
3D BASE JETSKI W/NEW
TRAILER. SELLING FOR
$6500, FIRM!
(352) 422-3588
YAMAHA JET SKIS
2001-800 & 1997-1100
w/ Trailer $8,000 obo
(352) 621-0932


'02 HOLIDAY RAMBLER
ADMIRAL
Clean, low miles.
Loaded! Only $59,900
(352)867-7313

'06 MEDALLION ESTATE
37' 4 SL LUXURY
Very Motivated!!
Larry (352) 207-6901
'06 PRESIDIO
4 SL LUXURY PUSHER
Motivated Seller!
Larry (352) 207-6901

A WHEEL OF
A DEAL
5 lines for only
$35.95!*
*2 weeks In the
*2 weeks Onllnel
*Featured In Tues.
"Whee" SectionI
Call Today
(352) 726-1441
or (352) 563-5966
For details.
"$5 per additional line
Some Restrictions
May Apply
COACHMAN
1992.,27ft., 50K mi..
very clean
(352) 726-1419
CONSIGNMENTS
NEEDED
We will sell your RV,
Boat or Truck for you!
(352) 867-7313
FLEETWOOD 1994
26', Chev 464.
Very good condition.
No smoke, No pets.
Kelly's Blue Book Retail
$17,600
352-688-7244
FORD F-250 1991
Okanagan Camper
V-8, 68K ml, cruise, AC,
awning, cvr & tow pkg.
$9,700/bo 352-382-4235
GULFSTREAM 32'
Sun Voyager, '98 Diesel
pusher. qu. bed, 2 AC's,
W&D, 23,500ml $42,500/
obo. (352) 628-4053
GULFSTREAM
'98 Ultra, Class C, 25FT,
with slide out, self con-
tained, Ford V-10 motor
$17,500 (352) 726-5225
HOLIDAY RAMBLER
1999, Endeavor, diesel,
1 slide. Must Sell
Due to Ilnessl $75,000
(352) 344-8242
HOLIDAY RAMBLER
38' 98, 50K, diesi pshr,
Allison 6spd. Tile, corian,
convec. oven, Ig. slide,
diesel gen. new tires,
$68,000 (352) 746-9211
Newmar Kountry Star
'99, 37ft. Triton V-10
w/ banks sys. big super
slide, high quality Inte-
rior, 37k mil @ low retail
$47k (352) 585-7659
RV DONATIONS
Trailers, Motor Homes
Tax Deductible @
appraised value
when donated to a
43 year old
non-reporting
501-C-3 Charity.
Maritime Ministries
(352) 795-9621

Search 100's of
Local Autos
Online at
www.naturecoast
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SHASTA CLASS C
1987 Awning,
Generator, CHA
Very good Shape!
$6,200 (352) 586-9347
ULTRASTAR
'90, 30ft, generator, air,
sleeps four, new fridge,
$11,500, negotiable
34K mi., (352) 860-1356


IN
'06 FOREST RIVER
CHEROKEE 27' FW
Rear living, 2 SI, Call
Brian (352) 368-6645

24' FW Bunk House
1 SL super light weight
Call Brian for details
(352) 368-6645
5th Wheel Hitch
Draw fite
$375.
(352) 637-7252
'98 Thor Travel EZe FW
Very clean, 31',
2 Slides Only $19,9991
(352)867-7313


PONTOON '96 20'
Excellent condition
Riverhaven, $8,000
(352) 628-1199
PROLINE
'86, 28ft. 10Y1'ft beam,
twin 150 HP Johnson
2000 models, all
electronics, very good
cond. call for details
$25,000. obo
(352) 422-3544
AAA
BOAT DONATIONS
Tax Deductible @
appraised value
when donated to a
43 year old
non-reporting
501-C-3 Charity.
Maritime Ministries
(352) 795-9621
SCOUT
'05, 175 Sport/Fish 115
4-stroke Yamaha, very
low hrs., like new,
$14,000 (352) 465-6080
SEA ARK, 18'
'04, 90 hp Yamaha &
trailer. Less than 50 hrs.
$10,500 wkdays offer
4:00(352) 564-2311
STOTT CRAFT 19'
'98 flats boat & trailer,
Evinrude 90HP, 107
Great White, extras.
$8,500 obo. 637-3765
Sweetwater 20'
Pontoon, '04, Honda '04
40hp stroke eng,, less
than 50 hrs., excel,
cond. $10,500.637-9082
TRITON BASS
2001 Bass Boat-18 ft,,
150 Mercury,
Depth/Fish Finders, Troll-
er Motor, Extremely
Low Hours, Garage
Kept. $16,500
(352)220-9064
UNITED MARINE
1994, 30', w/ 2002 KDA
44 Turbo Diesel engine,
I/O, auto pilot, radar,
fishflinder, windless &Trl
$46,000. (352) 344-0878
GREAT DEALI!
22' PONTOON BOAT
w/90HP Honda 4strk.
$9800. 352-634-3800

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45,500 mi. A/C, All pwr.
CC, AM/FM, Cass, CD,
alloy whls, $15,995.
PG43A (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'04 CHRYSLER PACIFICA
Has 41,869mi. AC, Rear
air, alloy whis, Ithr, All
pwr, CC, Tilt, $16,995
#S4159B (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'05 FORD FREESTYLE SE
16,926MI. AC, All pwr.
CC,TIIt, trac. cont. ABS
brks, CD plyr. $16,995
#P6008A (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'05 PONTIAC VIBE
15,446mi. AC, PS, Tilt,
AM/FM CD plyr. Air
bags, Roof rack $13,900
#P6006A (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'05 SUZUKI VERONA S
Has 13,004mi. AC, PW,
PL, CC, Tilt, AM/FM cass
CD plyr. abs brk,$12,995
#H 1174 (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC


'99 FLEETWOOD
WILDERNESS TT
21', light weight,
$8,999 (352)867-7313
Americana
'89, 10x35, 3 AC's every-
thing stays, located in
quiet park or move.
$2,400. (352) 447-5905
DAMON 5TH WHEEL
1996, Fiberglass, Exc,
cond, Very Clean, 2
Slide-outs, new tires.
NADA retail $17,500/
Will sell $11,900.
(352) 447-7005
HOLIDAY RAMBLER
35', '93 Alum. Light, A-1
Cond. Rear Bed, AC &
heat. 2 drs, full BA, new
tires. $8,500 746-3152
Kingston Bobcat
1999, sleeps 6
$5,500 OBO
(352) 341-1189
KODIAK 2006
24' RBSL Like newly Fwd.
Queen, Rear Fu. Bath,
Slide-out, HVAC, TV,
stereo sys., leveling
jacks, fully equlp'd
galley, drawtite t ow
pkg. Moved ua to
Motor Coach. $16,000
(352) 422-7051
KZ JAG '06
3 mos. old, used once,
Gas & elec. sips 8,
$15,000
(352) 476-6905
SANDPIPER 30'
'00, 5th Wheel, Super
slide, Exc. Cond. $10K
firm See @ Encore
Travel Park, Crystal River
(407) 908-1181
SUNLINE
Lightweight TT, 16'
Fully self contained,
$2,750.
(352) 726-0600
WANTED TO RENT
Camper or
Travel Trailer
Lost home to fire, need
shelter. (352) 697-5252
WILDERNESS
'94, 5TH Wheel, 2 Slides,
1 Super, Srcd Porch,
Good Cond. $7,000
(352) 400-2595




2 3500 LB. TRAILER
AXLES & WHEELS
$75 Pager number,
(352) 344-7030
4 TIRES, Dunlop Radial,
mud rover, 31" x 10'/2",
for Ford, 15" chrome
rims, 5 lug $400.
(352) 219-5225
(352) 465-8789
AUDIO AMPLIFIER
250 wt. $35;
NEON LIGHTS
Brand new. Under Body
Blue, $75.
(352) 746-3154
BMW Wheels, 8 x 17,
"Cross spoke composite
wheel 5". Made by BBS,
5 x 120 bolt pattern.
Incl. center caps and
lugs. $400. for all four
(352) 220-2462
FACTORY ORIGINAL 16"
alum. alloy Lexus
GS300 wheels & rims
$600. (352) 382-4972
352-238-2249 cell
JEEP HARD TOP
BIk. Fits '97 to current.
Dk. tint, washer,
defrost, wiper, $1,500
(352) 400-5087
Light Truck Tires 2
Like New
225-75 R16
$65.00
(352) 344-0863
SLIGHTLY USED
Firestone Steel Tech Ra-
dial AT & Rims for GMC.
LT225X75R16, 8 lug rims.
Set of 6, $400. Tom
(352) 382-2806
Wrangler Jeep Top
2005 with defroster,
wiper, sand color.
$900.00 OBO
(352) 447-8046




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Wanted Vehicles
Dead or Alive,
Dale's Auto Parts
352-628-4144
ATV + ATC USED PARTS
Buy-Sell-Trade ATV, ATC
Gocarts, 12-5pm Dave's
USA (352) 628-2084
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for Trucks, Vans & Cars
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Hwy 19 S. Crystal River
Since 1973 564-8333
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'00 CHEVY IMPALA
67,042 mi. All pwr. CD
am/fm, tilt, CC,air bags,
ABS brakes, $7,399.
P6045A (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'03 DODGE NEON SXT
61,447 ml. AC, All pwr.
CC,TIIt, aly. whis, air
bags, CD plyr. $7,995
#H1172. (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'03 FORD EXCAPE XLT
AC, All pwr. CC,Tlit, Rf rk
Multi CD plyr. AM/FM,
Sunrf, Prem. whls $9,995
#P5173 (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'03 FORD FOCUS 2X3
SVT 34,723ml. AC, All
pwr. CC,TIIt, aly. whis,
CD plyr. AM/FM $8,995
#H1178. (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'03 KIA SEDONA LX
89,344ml. AC, All pwr.
CC,TiIt, aly. whls, CD
plyr. AM/FM $7,995
#1024. (352) 6.28-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'03 TOYOTA SIENNA XLE


'92 DODGE DYNASTY LE
110,158 ml. All pwr. CD
am/fm, Cassette, tilt,
CC,alr bags, $1,499.
#9956. (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC

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Bad Credit, No Creditl
Repos, I can help
For more info. call
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AUTOMOBILE
DONATIONS
Tax Deductible @
appraised value
when donated to a
43 year old
non-reporting
501-C-3 Charity.
Maritime Ministries
(352) 795-9621
BUICK '93 Skylark Cust.
4dr. loaded, AC. gd.
ml. V-6, Great mpg,
$2475 352-382-4541
BUICK '97
LaSabre, 4 Dr. loaded,
excel. cond., see/drive
it In C.R. $3,250.
(352) 382-0217
BUICK CENTURY
2003,4 dr, 39K, 30 mpg,
Power everything Wht
Ext./Blue Int. New tires,
$7,500 (727) 207-1619
BUICK PARK AVE.
SUPER CHARGED
1996,61,000 ml, A/C,1
owner $5,200
(352) 465-6236


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CHEVROLET '93
Caprice Station Wgn.
Clean, great cond, 67K
orig. Mi. $2200.
(352) 302-8916
CHEVY
CORVETTE
1991,45K, $13,900,
White convertible with
red/black leather Int.
Auto Trans. Power seat,
door locks, windows,
etc. An eye-catcherl
352-621-0518 or
352-212-1465
CHEVY CAMARO
2002, Convertible, 6 cyl.
Pewter w/black top,
34,800K, Very Sharpf
$12,900 (734) 771-1903
CHEVY CELEBRITY
'88, Sta. Wagon, Looks
& Runs Good, Cold AC,
6 cyl, orig. owner,
$1,100 (352) 746-6355
CHRYSLER
'89 5th Ave. Only 51K
mi., leather, all power,
4 new tires & brakes
$1,500 obo 726-8464
CROWN VICTORIA
2000, good cond. 86K
$4,195 OBO
(803) 517-0470
DODGE NEON
'97, 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto, AC,
CD, 123K. Runs Greatl
$1,950 (352) 453-6870
FIREBIRD
'97, Black Beauty,
T-tops, great cond.,
$4,500obo
(352) 302-6099
FORD
'04, Escape XLT, black,
good cond. 45k ml.
$13,000.
(720) 560-2033
FORD
'90, Aerostar, Mini van
low miles, new tires,
well kept. $2,200 obo
352-341-0455
FORD
'91, Tempo, new brakes
and battery, runs great,
AC needs repair 595
(352) 726-8266
FORD
'94, Mustang GT, very
clean cobra wheels,
leather interior, PW, PM,
(352) 795-8678 after 4p
FORD
95, Mustang GT, 50-Ho,
V8, 5spd, 131K, 2nd
owner,$4300 OBO (352)
795-7757, 613-0341
FORD MUSTANG '92
Teal w/white top,
convertible, blk/grey Int
cloth seats, remote
mirrors, AC, 4 cyl. 48,127
ml. AM/FM cass. tinted
pwr. wndws. Asking

$4,700, (352) 422-0746
FORD TAURUS
1994, Station wagon.
Exc, Cond, well malnt.,
cold AC. $990
(352) 628-6302


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91NISSAHSEN1tA.....$2950
%9 OLCS1 AURORA.......(3395

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HONDA
'94, Civic, Pwr. sunrf,
AC, looks & runs great
Inside & out, $2,900.
(352) 563-5401, Iv. msg.
HYUNDAI SCOUPE
1993, Turbo, 98,500
miles, AC, Gas MiserI


Ext. Cab 4dr. V-6,
Auto Lo Ml. .......$8,995
Wooten's
Autocorp, Inc.
41 & 486 Hernando
(352) 637-7117
CHEVY 2500 LS
'99, HD P.U. ext. cab, 8'
box, 350 V-8. Auto, PW,
new AC compressor &
cont, valves, 60K ml. on
newer motor. Gd, cond.
$4,000/obo
(352) 637-2023
DODGE 1500 SLT
04, Reg. Cab 29k, 20"
Ally whis, new tow pkg.,
7-70 warr.$12,000 or tk
over pymnts, 382-7888
DODGE
1993, 350 dually diesel
5-spd., 3 hitches, .
Loaded, (352) 637-5595
352-634-4237
Dodge Ram 1500
1998, white ext./grey
cloth int. 8 cyl. sport
model. 4x4 $7500.OBO
(352) 586-2743


LINCOLN SIGN. '94
4 dr, wht, auto, 166K ml,
Well maint. 4 new tires,
air, am/fm, CD $3,000/
firm. 352-637-9633
Lincoln Towncar
'97, Excel, cond., new
tires/brakes, elec. seats,
leather, A/C & CD. 52k
$5000. (352) 341-2417
Mercedes 190E 2.6L
1989, white, well maint.,
5th wheel. Call forprice
(352) 726-5359
MERCEDES BENZ
2002, C230, Blk, 115K,
Fact. malnt., Runs
perfect, $7,999 abo
(352)746-3377
Mercury
'95. Sable, Sedan,
looks & runs well asking
$1,175 (352) 201-9035
Mercury Cougar
1985, A/C $700.00
(352) 527-8312
Mini Cooper-BMW
2004, White w/bik. top,
elec, sunroof, auto/6
sp. Prem. stereo CD
back-up sensors, etc,
$18,995, (352) 489-2488
MITSUBISHI '03
ECLIPSE, 33K mi. all pwr,
exc In/out, Sunroof, Tint
custom wheels. $13,500
(352) 564-1594
MUSTANG GT '06
Convertible, 5,450 ml.
Auto, Black w/slilver
stripes. Auto. $32,900/
obo. (352) 257-1513
NISSAN 300ZX
, '93, T-top, I owner, gar-
age kept. Exc. cond.
Burgundy, $8,900.
(352) 795-2083
Olds Alero
2001,63,000 miles,
excel, cond. $6500,
Firm (352) 465-2709
OLDS CUTLASS
SIERRA, '95, well maint
115k ml. good mpg, air
works like new. $1800
OBO (352) 489-8853


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PORSCHE BOXSTERS
2001, BI, w/tan int., 250
hp., 27 mpg, 23,500K.
There is no substitute!
$29,500637-2526 for info
SATURN SCL-2
2002.4 cylinder, auto,
2nd owner, 70K, loaded
w/sunrf. $5,800
352-400-5480/637-4419
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TOYOTA
2001 Ray 4, silver, 73K
ml., exc. cond., $13,500
(352) 637-0477
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '98
Champagne/Leather
Mint Cond. Sacrifice.
$6200 (352) 422-5685
Your Donation of
A Vehicle
Supports Single,
Homeless Mothers
& Is Tax
Deductible
Donate your vehicle
TO THE PATH
(Rescue Mission for
Men Women &
Children)
at (352) 527-6500




CHEVY C-10
1964. Stepside, 6 cyl, 4
on floor, Will run & drive.
Needs work. $2,800
(352) 628-4992 Iv. mes.
FORD
'65, Mustang, 2 door
coupe, 289-V8, C4,
auto, dual exhaust,
fact AC, $30,000.
(352) 220-0385
FORD T-BIRD
1987, 49K orig.,
All original Like new!
Runs GreatI $4,000 OBO
(352) 860-0590
Volkswagon Beetle
1968, $2300. OBO
new eng., tires &
exhaust.
(352) 527-8312



'02 CHEVY SILVERADO
1500 LS, 72,020mi. Ext
cab, 4dr, AC, PS, Tilt,
AM/FM Tow pkg Hi 175
$10,995 (352) 628-3533
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BIG SALE
'00 Dodge Dakota SLT
V-6, Auto, AC, CD
Lo. MI..............$6,995
'97 Dodge Ram 1500
SLT 4X4, V-8, Auto, AC
CD, LB Sharpl....$7,450
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COUNTY REALTY





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Chev. 2500 Ext Cab
'98, Silverado, V-8, tow
pkg. $7995. 467-0872
DODGE RAM '89
COFFEE TRUCK LUc. SS
Box Needs some work,
$2800 (352) 266-4427
FORD /4 TON PU
1996, 4x4, 8' bed, ext.
cab. 460 eng. New
frntnd. 177K ml. $4000
(352) 447-5448
FORD F250 XLT
03, 6.0 dies, super duty
PU, Ext cab, 4 Dr, 8ft.
box w/ topper, bedlnr,
auto trans, PW & extras,
exc. cond. 75k $17,500
/obo 352-637-2023
FORD RANGER
'91 XLT, topper,$2K
'96 Ranger XL, tool bx
$1K, (352) 613-2393
FORD RANGER '98
4 spd, 121,000 mi. Good
work truck. Runs great,
Asking $2500. Call
726-6550 or 201-0073
NISSAN FRONTIER
2006, King Cab XE, 4K,
w/truck bedliner.
Asking $17,500
(352) 726-7604
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TOYOTA
1988, 1/2 tn, 4cyl, auto,
AC, CD, Runs Goodi
$1,000 OBO
(352) 464-2735
Toyota Tundra
2002, SR5, 77,000 miles,
All maInt. done by
Toyota. Asking $13,500.
(352) 212-2684



'00 FORD EXPLORER XLS
,4X4, AC, All pwr. Tilt, CC
Tow pkg. AM/FM, Cass,
CD plyr. Run brds, $7995
9797B (352) 628-3533
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'02 PONTIAC MONTANA
43,605mi. All pwr. CD
am/fm, air bags, ABS
brks, roof rack, $10,995.
81188 (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'05 PONTIAC MONTANA
SV6, 18,103ml. Aly whls,
AC, CC, CD plyr. ABS
brks, airbags, $17,999.
P6031B (352) 628-3533
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FORD EXPEDITION
1999, XLT, Leather, All
Pwr, dual A/C, 87K,
Auto, Tow Pkg. $9,950
Exc Cond. 352-746-5296
ISUZU TROOPER
1996, 4WD
Good Condition
$2,600
(352) 341-3300
JEEP LAREDO
1996 Grand Cherokee
mechanically sound,
good cond, $2,500 oabo
(352) 637-6413
NISSAN
PATHFINDER '91
XE-V6 4WD, 164k, NEW
brakes, shocks, tires,
rims, A/C works, runs
and looks great! $2800
OBO call # 228-1547
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CHEVROLET
2001, Venture LE, 7
pass., leather, dual
power doors, like new
$8,495 (352) 382-1628
CHEVY MARK III
1993 CONVERSION
$3.500 obo. TV, VCR,
Runs good, A/C,
110,000k 464-0107
FORD F-250 1991
Okanagan Camper
V-8, 68K ml, cruise, AC,
awning, cvr & tow pkg.
$9,700/bo 352-382-4235
PLYMOUTH
1993, Wouldn't take
much to get it running
$500 (863) 528-7043


221-1015 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
Bid Information
Bid No: 054-07
RE-ROOFING OF FIRE STATION #21
PUBUC NOTICE
Bid Information
The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners will
accept sealed bids for:
Bid No: 054-07
Re-roofing of Fire Station #21
To obtain additional information concerning the an-
nouncement, please visit the Citrus County Website at:
www bocc citrus fl us and click on the Bid Information
option or call Onvia/Demandstar at: (800) 711-1712.
Deadline for the receipt of bids: November 2, 2006 at
2:00 p.m.
A public bid opening will be held at 2:30 p.m. on No-
vember 2, 2006 at the Lecanto Government Building.
located at: 3600 West Sovereign Path, Lecanto, Florida
34461.
A non-mandatory A .rT, ,-, .,.n. be beld on
Thursday. October 1:- -':. I 1C. 'Y','. The meeting
will be held at the Fle- .. ..:., :** I i Citrus Springs
Blvd. Citrus Springs, Florida. For directions contact Joe
Drobny, (352) 527-5406.
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 in the Citrus County Chronicle
October 15, 2006

222-1015 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
Bid Information
Bid No: 053-07
MOWING OF THE COUNTY'S FIRE STATIONS
The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners will
accept sealed bids for:
Bid No: 053-07
Mowing of the County's Fire Stations
To obtain additional Information concerning the an-
nouncement, please visit the Citrus County WebsIte at:
www bocc citrus fl us and click on the Bid Information
option or call Onvia/Demandstar at: (800) 711-1712.
Deadline for the receipt of bids: November 2, 2006 at
2:00 p.m.
A public bid opening will be held at 2:30 p.m. on No-
vember 2, 2006 at the Lecanto Government Building,
located at: 3600 West Sovereign Path, Lecanto, Florida
34461.
A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on Tuesday,
October 24. 2006 at 9:30am at the Lecanto Govern-
ment Building, 3600 W. Sovereign Path, Suite 291.
Lecanto, Fl 34461. Site visits If necessary with County
personal will be a part of this meeting. For directions
contact Joe Drobny, at (352) 527-5406.
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
October 15, 2006.

223-1015 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
RFQ 048-07
The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners, Is
requesting statements of qualifications for engineering
services are for design, permitting and construction en-
gineering for several site Improvements to the existing
permitted landfill property, at 230 West Gulf to Lake
Highway, Leconto. Florida,
Submittals should be delivered to Citrus County Board
of County Commissioners, Attn: Georgette Brock, 3600
West Sovereign Path, Suite 266. Lecanto, FL 34461 by
2:00 p.m., November 9, 2006. Contact the above of-
fice at (352) 527-5203 for a copy of the Request for
Qualifications.
A public bid opening will be held at 2:30 p.m. on No-
vember 9, 2006 at the Lecanto Government Building,
located at: 3600 West Sovereign Path, Leconto, Florida
34461.
A mandatory pre-submittal conference will be held on
Monday, October 23, at 1:30 p.m. In Room 219 In the
Lecanto Government Building, 3600 West Sovereign
Path. Lecanto, FL 34461. A non-mandatory tour of the
facility will be offered at 11:00 a.m. on Monday Octo-
ber 23. 2006 prior to the pre-submittal conference
which Is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. the same day. Con-
tact 352-527-7670 for directions.
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
October 15, 2006


2005 Kawasaki
KLX, 125L, kick start,
front disc brake, 4
stroke, 15 hrs. like new
$1,900. (352) 628-3335
ATV + ATC USED PARTS
Buy-Sell-Trade ATV, ATC,
Go-carts 12-5pm Dave's
USA (352) 628-2084
Polaris
'02, 400 Scrambler,
$2,500.
(352) 860-1069
POLARIS 2001
6X6 Wheeler, w/dump
body & extras, brush
guard, $4900/obo
(352) 344-9551

SUZUKI LT125
4-wheeler
Needs some work
$350 (352) 302-5075
after 6pm
SUZUKI RM125
2001, Dirt bike, clean,
$1,250 (352) 637-5595
352-634-4237
Yamaha
'04, Banshee, Twome,
TR6 pipes, V Force
Reeds $3,500.
(352) 302-9612 lye mess
YAMAHA 80
4 wheeler,
Needs some work
$350 (352) 302-5075
after 6pm


-I-
1990 Goldwing w/
reverse & CD, runs,
needs work, $1,500 obo
1986 Goldwing 1200
runs, needs work $1,000
1782 S. Gettysburg Dr.
off Rockcrusher
(508) 264-0767

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90cc, 3,416 orig. mi,
w/repair manual.
Runs good. $1300.
(352) 382-4526
2000 TITAN
PHOENIX ZRM 97" S & S,
pearl white, excel,
cond, & professionally
maintained, garage
kept. 5k mi. $14,500.
(352) 422-7281 or
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2000, Electra Glide, BIk,
30K, Exc. Cond. $12,500
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w/cover (352)628-0589
HARLEY DAVIDSON
2002 Road Glide, 15K,
extras, $13,900
(352) 270-3282
HARLEY DAVIDSON
2002 Softtail Standard,
3,000 miles. Exc. Cond.
$14K OBO.
(352) 344-5753
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2004 Heritage Soft tall
3,000 mi. like new.
$15,750. Serious inq.
only, (352) 302-0441
Honda 450
1983, runs, has extra
parts $675.000 OBO
(352) 220-6055
Honda Ascot
1983, 500cc, 11,500
miles, nice. $1200.00
(352) 628-2632
Honda Of
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06 VTX1300 (New)
$8199.00
04 CB599 Sport
$4399.00
06 VT750 AERO
$5599.00
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2002, 4 dr, wht w/wht
leather Int. 69K. Part of
Estate Sale. $25,000
(352) 341-6927
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'03, GPS, Red Hrdtp
Cnvrt., new tires. Exc
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04 HYUNDAI 04 DODGE DAKOTA
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04 ACURA RSX
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$13,598"




06 CHRYSLER PT
CRUISER TOURING
Convertible, A/C. #DO10013P
$15,9981




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1500 SLT
Lthr, A/C, ABS. #DOD60363A
$19,598+1


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