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DAVE SIGLER/Chronicle
Eleven-month-old Karson and Cheryl Nadal take a break from the festivities going on at the Scarecrow Festival for a little bonding time on the steps of Hot
Heads Salon in Crystal River. The grandmother and child spent time enjoying the many activities and decorations on display at the annual event.



Student forum brings out civic-minded teens


CRUSTY LOFTIS
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Only a handful of the teenagers in
the room was old enough to vote.
Another good bit of them came to get
extra credit
But by the end of the night Thursday,
there was no doubt students expected
answers from political candidates.
It was the Citrus County Supervisor
of Elections office's annual student
forum, which brought out about 30
students Thursday evening to Citrus
High School's cafeteria. Students
were invited to grill school board and
county commission candidates on
issues.
But why should candidates care
what students think?
Supervisor of Elections Susan Gill
said teenagers have a totally different
perspective on the community and it's
important for candidates to see more
than the adult view of the world.
Reg.less.ofthe students' ages, can-
- did res thofld take their views and
concerns seriously..
"As'elected officials, we work for


DAVE SIGLER/Chronicle
Ben Kampschroer asks a question of school board candidates Thursday during
the Supervisor of Elections' fourth annual student forum at the Citrus High
School auditorium.
the people." Gill said. 98,366 voters, according to the elec-
Also, there are 7,625 registered vot- tions office.
ers ages 18 to 25 in Citrus County.
That's about 8 percent of the county's Please see FORUM/Papge 4A


Head start for

casting ballots
CRISTY LOFTIS
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Voting is no longer for people 18
and older:
This election season, children in
years kindergarten through 12th
grade are invited to vote at the polls
through Kids Voting Tampa Bay.
"This introduces them to voting
and gets them into the habit of voting
early on," Kids Voting executive
director Michelle Card said.
The program was piloted last year
in Inverness, when students voted in
the municipal election an event
that spurred the program to spread
countywide.
Kids Voting, a nonprofit, nonparti-
san group, has partnered with the
local elections office and the Citrus
County School District Curriculum is
Please see START/Page 4A


Citrus County Commissioners, look-
ing for road funds, could be looking
with envy toward a neighboring coun-
ty tb the north if the voters of
Marion County pass a one-cent sales
tax for roads.
Marion County and Ocala, officials
are pitching the tax that will appear
in a referendum on Nov. 7, and
explaining that if the seven-year, one-
cent sales tax for transportation isn't
passed, the alternatives are either ad
valorem supported improvements or
continuing escalation of a $1.3 billion
deficit for road infrastructure.
Marion County prides itself on low
ad valorem taxes and has not raised
the millage rate for years. This year, it
slightly reduced the millage.
But gas tax and transportation
impact fees pay only a fraction of the
needs for road improvement and
maintenance, said Marion County
Commission Chairman Jim Payton
last week. And meanwhile, the
demands and costs for transportation
infrastructure are only worsening, he
said. "We can no longer ignore it. It's
Please see MARION/Page 5A

Council

wrestles with

issue of input

by non-residents

JIM HUNTER
jhunter@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
It's a scenario not unfamiliar to city
councils: How should a council treat
someone who is not a resident or tax-
payer in the city, but who wants to
address them about an issue?
At least that was the question
Dunnellon city council member Jim
Patterson asked recently.
Councils normally give the out-
siders, who have an uncontested right
to attend the public meetings under
the Florida sunshine laws, some time,
but there can be limits.
Assailed by critics of a proposal to
develop a subdivision called Rainbow
River Ranch on the east side of town
along the Rainbow River, the city
Please see COUNCIL/Page 5A


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Homeschool students Ashley and Kelsey Ward dry off a motorcycle Saturday during a car wash the girls, along with family and
friends, offered at the AmSouth Bank in Crystal River. The girls have been accepted to a modeling, acting and self-improvement
school and need to raise $20,000 for tuition. Homeschool students are at a disadvantage when it comes to scholarships and
other funding sources, they said, and sometimes have to be creative when it comes to paying for further schooling.


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info is needed

CRISTY LOFTIS
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle

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school board candi-
dates stand on a pro-
posed plan to drug test
student athletes is
becoming a hot-button
topic for voters decid-
ing which person they
want making the final u
decision after the Lou
SNoM ember election.
Citrus County
School Board District 1
incumbent Lou Miele
and first-time ?candi-
date Paul Eariiheart
both say they have con-
cerns about
Superintendent
Sandra "Sam" Pa
Himmel's proposed Earnl
drug testing plan,
called Taking A Proactive
Stance, TAPS.
"There are a lot of questions
that need to be answered,"
Earnheart said.
The basic premise of the pro-
gram is to randomly test ath-


letes for drugs,
steroids and alcohol.
Eventually, students
in all extra-curricular
activities would be
tested. If a student
tests positive for
drugs, they will not be
allowed to compete


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first heard about the
TAPS program, he
thought it was a positive way to
prevent students from using
drugs. But after some research
and further reflection, he
believes he needs more infor-
mation before making a deci-
sion.


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an we want to help kids."
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input grappling with is
on whether it's the role
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test students.
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eria. Internet research
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programs are unsuc-
cessful. Learning
about the issue from every-
one's perspective is going to be
an important part of his deci-
sion-making process, Miele
said.
Earnheart said at a student
political forum Thursday that
he is opposed to drug testing
student athletes until someone
shows him hard data that TAPS
will deter students from using
drugs.
Before implementing the


THE Vkuk-OneD DRUG TESTING PLAN
The plan is modeled after a similar program in Marion
County and is aimed at preventing students from using
drugs.
High school athletes would be randomly tested by an inde.
pendent company for drugs, alcohol and steroids. The pro-
gram eventually would include students in all extracurricu-
lar activities.
If a student tests positive, they will not be allowed to com-
pete in two upcoming games or meets and must complete
a 12-week drug counseling/education class. The class
would be paid for by the school district. The student will
be subjected to further random drug testing.
Students who test positive a second time may not play for
a year and must complete another drug education class at
their own expense.
The school district has received a $333,000, four-year fed-
eral grant to pay for the program. ,
*, The school district is expected to make a decision about
the program in December. ,


program, Earnheart would like
school officials to first deter-
mine if there is a drug problem
among student athletes and
those in extra-curricular activ-
ities because they are the ones
to be tested.
Parents have an opportunity
to drug test their children by
getting free testing kits from
the Crystal River Police
Department, Earnheart said,
providing an option for parents
,who may be suspicious of drug
use.


By testing children at school,
Earnheart said the potential is
there for the community to
know who tested positive and
who did not simply by noticing
who is not playing in consecu-
tive games.
"I worry about the privacy of
kids," Earnheart said.
He believes students could
be better deterred from using
drugs by bringing such speak-
ers as ex-users who have gone
through treatment programs.


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County BRIEFS

Tickets available
for Canyon benefit
The Mike Hampton Pitching-
In Foundation will host the sec-
ond "County Rocks the Canyon"
benefit concert on Dec. 9, at the
Rock Crusher Canyon.
Scheduled to perform are
Gretchen Wilson and Blake
Shelton.
Premium reserved floor seats
can be bought only from the 12
benefiting charities in charge of
selling tickets. General seats
can be purchased through
Ticketmaster.
Tickets cost from $40 to $60,
and are on sale now.
Ticket Information:
Key Training Center, 527-
8228.
Nature Coast Volunteer
Center, 527-5952.
Boys and Girls Club of
Citrus County, 621-9225.
Crystal River Little League,
795-1524.
Crystal River Sharks
Football, 563-2690.
Inverness Storm Football,
(352) 341-0852.
Central Citrus Little
League, 527-4224.
West Citrus Soccer, 628-
2176.
Citrus Youth Basketball,
726-6000.
Dunnellon Little League,
427-5645.
Seven Rivers Christian
School, 746-5696.
Bulldog Baseball, 795-
8041.
Absentee ballots
available until Nov. 1
The deadline to request an
absentee ballot for the General
Election is 5 p.m. Wednesday,
Nov. 1. Registered voters can
request an absentee ballot by
visiting the Citrus County
Elections office at 120 N.
Apopka Ave. in downtown
Inverness, by calling the
Elections Office at 341-6740, by
e-mailing the Elections Office at
vote@elections.citrus.fl.us or by
-logging on to
www.votecitrus.com and submit-
ting an online request.
Any registered Citrus County
voter is entitled to vote by
absentee ballot. An immediate
family member or legal guardian
also may request an absentee
ballot for a voter. Immediate
family means the voter's
spouse, parent, child, grandpar-
ent or sibling. The voter making
the request must disclose the
following information: Voter's
name, voter's address, voter's
date-of-birth and voter's signa-
ture (written requests only)
According to Susan Gill,
Citrus County's supervisor of
elections, absentee ballots may
be returned to the Supervisor of
Elections office in person or by
mail. However, all ballots must
be received in the elections
office no later than 7 p.m. on
Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 7.
Voters should remember to sign
and date the absentee ballot
envelope. The voter must sign
or place their mark on the enve-
lope. Power of attorney is not
valid with regard to voting. A
voted absentee ballot cannot be
accepted at a polling place.
FTC: E-mail about
cell phones false
An e-mail warning that cell
phone numbers will be released
to telemarketers is a hoax, says
the Federal Trade Commission.
The FTC's Web site states:
You may have received an e-
mail telling you that your cell
phone is about to be assaulted
by telemarketing calls as a
result of a new cell phone num-
ber database; however, that is
not the case. Federal
Communications Commission
regulations prohibit telemar-
keters from using automated
dialers to call cell numbers."
From staff reports

Correction
A story on Page 1C of
Friday's edition titled "Greek is
the word," contained incorrect
information.
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Citrus County Sheriff
DUI arrest
Barry Phillip Kohlhepp, 53,
24 Phyllis Drive, Bethpage, N.Y. at
11:35 p.m. Friday on a charge of
driving under the influence.
Bond was set at $500.
Other arrests
Michael J. Libecap, 34, 29101
County Road 647 D, Bushnell, at
1:50 p.m. Friday on two charges of
theft.
Bond was set at $2,250.
Zaqueo L. Espanacutzal, 22,
Immokalee, at 3:48 p.m. Friday on a
charge of driving with a suspend-
ed/revoked license.
Bond was set at $500.
Christopher Harris Barton,
23, 9370 S. Istachatta Road, Floral
City, at 9:22 p.m. Friday on a charge
of possession of 20 grams or less
marijuana.
Barton was released on his own
recognizance.
Florida
Highway Patrol
Oviders" DUI arrest
v Mark Frederick Lewis, 44, E.
S- Derby Oaks Drive, Floral City, at
9:54 p.m. Friday on a charge of driv-
ing under the influence.
Bond was set at $500.
- Crystal River Police
Arrest
Jeff Douglas Nichols Jr., 25,
22 Trunu Drive, Inglis, at 11:30 p.m.
Friday on a charge of possession of
20 grams or less of marijuana.
Bond was set at $500.

Burglaries
E A burglary, reported at 8:45 a.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 17, between 2:30
p.m. Monday, Oct. 16, and 8 a.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 17, to a construction
-- site in the 3000 block of E. Odier
Street, Invemess.
M A burglary, theft and vandalism,
reported at 7:27 a.m. Wednesday,
Oct. 18, between 6 p.m. Tuesday,
Oct. 17, and 7:45 a.m. Wednesday,


Oct. 18, to a business in the 1000
block of N. Florida Avenue,
Inverness.
*A burglary, reported at 8:12 a.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 18, between 8
a.m. Sunday, Oct. 15, and 9 a.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 18, to a residence
in the 4800 block of N. Persimmon
Drive, Beverly Hills.
*A burglary, reported at 9:28 a.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 18, between 10
a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, and 8:30
a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 18, to a busi-
ness in the 1700 block of W. Nicole
Drive, Lecanto.
A burglary, reported at 11:27
a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 18, between
9 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, and 11 a.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 18, to a residence
in the 6300 block of W. Tangerine
Lane, Crystal River.
SAburglary, reported at 5:41 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 18, between 5
p.m. Monday, Oct. 16, and 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 18, to a con-
veyance in a side yard of a resi-
dence in the 9500 block of E. Village
Green Circle, Inverness.
N Aburglary, reported at 8:11 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 18, between 6:42
p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 27, and 1:35
p.m. Sunday, Oct. 15, to a business
in the 8400 block of W. Homosassa
Trail, Homosassa.
Thefts
A theft, reported at 11:56 a.m.
Monday, Oct. 16, between 3:30 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 13, and 9:30 a.m.
Monday, Oct. 16, to a construction
site in the 4000 block of N. Baywood
Drive, Hernando.
A theft, reported at 12:22 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 16, at 12:30 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 16, to a business in
the 2800 block of E. Gulf-to-Lake
Highway, Invemess.
A theft, reported at 4:39 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 16, between noon
Saturday, Oct. 14, and 2:30 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 16, to a residence in
the 3000 block of W. Lantana Drive,
Beverly Hills.
A theft, reported at 8:45 a.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 17, between 4:30
p.m. Monday, Oct. 16, and 8:30 a.m.


Tuesday, Oct.,' 17, to a utility busi-
ness at a residence in the 5000
block of W. Cagney Loop,
Homosassa.
A theft, reported at 11:11 a.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 17, between midnight
Tuesday, ,Oct. 10, and midnight
Tuesday, Oct. 17, to a business in
the 1200 block of E. Norvell Bryant
Highway, Hernando.
A theft, reported at 11:37 a.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 17, between 6 p.m.
and 11 p.m. Monday, Oct. 16, to an
apartment in the 2000 block of W.
Fem Place, Homosassa.
A theft, reported at 12:49 a.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 17, between 12:22
p.m. Friday, Sept. 15, and 1 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 17, to a business in
the 8000 block of S. Suncoast
Boulevard, Homosassa.
N A bicycle theft, reported at 5:23
p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, between
noon and 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct.
17, in the 8000 block of W.
Lightbody Court, Crystal River.
A theft and vandalism, reported
at 7:39 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, at
4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, on E.
Katie Street, Hernando.
A theft, reported at 11:28 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 17, between 11:25
p.m. and 11:41 p.m. Tuesday, Oct.
17, to a business in the 3700 block
of S. Suncoast Boulevard,
Homosassa.
A theft, reported at 10:54 a.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 18, at 10:15 a.m.
Monday, Oct. 16, of business prop-
erty at a residence in the 100 block
of Breezy Way, Inglis.
A theft, reported at 1:15 a.m.
Thursday, Oct. 19, between 11 a.m.
Saturday, Oct. 7, and 12:01 a.m.
Thursday, Oct. 19, at a residence in
the 300 block of Tulip Lane,
Inverness.
Vandalisms
MA vandalism, reported at 10:19
a.m. Thursday, Oct. 12, between 8
a.m. Sunday, Oct. 1, and 11 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 11, to a business
on W. Ranger Street, Lecanto.
A vandalism, reported at 8:49


a.m. Friday, Oct. 13, between 5 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 12, and 8 a.m.
Friday, Oct. 13, to a business in the
7000 block of N. Florida Avenue,
Dunnellon.
A vandalism, reported at 9:48
a.m. Friday, Oct. 13, between 5 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 12, and 7:45 a.m.
Friday, Oct. 13, to a business in the
9300 block of N. Elkcam Boulevard,
Dunnellon.
SA vandalism, reported at 11:51
a.m. Friday, Oct. 13, between 9 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 9, and 7:30 a.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 10, to a park on E.
Dampier Street, Inverness.
A vandalism, reported at 6:35
a.m. Saturday, Oct. 14, between 7
p.m. Friday, Oct. 13, and 4 a.m.
Saturday, Oct. 14, to a business in
the 5000 block of N. Elkcam
Boulevard, Beverly Hills.
A vandalism, reported at 10:46
a.m. Sunday, Oct. 15, between 7:30
p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14, and 10 a.m.
Sunday, Oct. 15, to a conveyance in
the 8200 block of W. Trotter Lane,
Homosassa.
MA vandalism, reported at 12:50
p.m. Monday, Oct. 16, between 5
p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 10, and 5 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 13, in the roadway on E.
Gobbler Drive, Floral City.
A vandalism, reported at 4:11
p.m. Monday, Oct. 16, between 2
p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14, and 2:30
p.m. Monday, Oct. 16, in a business
parking lot on W. Regina Boulevard,
Beverly Hills.
A vandalism, reported at 2:59
a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, at 3 a.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 17, to a residence on
S. Tyler Street, Beverly Hills.
SA vandalism, reported at 12:40
p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, between 8
p.m. Monday, Oct. 16, and 10 a.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 17, in a front yard in
the 200 block of N. Turkey Pine
Loop, Lecanto.
A vandalism, reported at 7:55
a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 18, between
8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, and 7:30
a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 18, in a busi-
ness parking lot in the 8600 block of
W. Mayo Drive, Crystal River.


FORUM
Continued from Page 1A

Gill and her staff typically
visit area high schools teaching
about the electoral process and
getting students to register to
vote. This is the fourth year Gill
has coordinated the student
forum.
"I just think it's very interest-
ing to see what's on their
mind," Gill said.
Citrus High School student
Emerald Wilkins, 17, wanted to
know what school board candi-
dates would do to bring more
high-level classes to high
schools.
"If there were more AP
(advanced placement) classes,
we would have better chances
of getting into college,"
Emerald said.
This was Emerald's first
political forum and, while she
came to get extra credit for a
class, hearing candidates
respond was interesting, espe-
cially because she didn't know
much about any of them before
coming.
"I do care about politics and


START
Continued from Page 1A

given to interested teachers
with the idea of giving students
the skills and tools needed to
understand the electoral
process and make informed
decisions.
Children may choose to early
vote from Oct. 23 to Nov. 4 or on
Election Day, Nov. 7, at select
polls throughout the county.


VOTER STATISTICS
* There are 7,625 registered voters between ages 18 to 25 in
Citrus County that's about 8 percent of all Citrus County's
98,366 voters.
* There are 267 teenagers who have preregistered to vote.
Source: Citrus County Supervisor of Elections


stuff, but I have a lot going on."
Lecanto High School student
Ben Kampschroer, 17, was sur-
prised to learn there is a mos-
quito control board and posi-
tions on the board are elected.
When mosquito control can-
didate Ken Frink stopped to
talk with Ben and his friends
before the forum, the teen
politely dismissed Frink,
explaining the pesky bugs
aren't his concern.
"I don't have any mosquitoes
at my house," Ben shrugged.
Ben learned about the forum
when a former teacher of his
mentioned it might be interest-
ing.
"I just came because I had
nothing else to do tonight," Ben
said.
He said he hasn't given poli-
tics much thought in the past,
but one issue he believes needs
to be addressed is overcrowd-


ing at his school. It seems
unfair that the school district
spent millions on a brand new
second-chance school for
teenagers at the Renaissance
School, when students like him
follow the rules and make good
grades.
While Ben can't vote for
another year, he believes the
candidates realize it's impor-
tant to hear from younger peo-
ple who will one day be voters.
Lecanto High student Justin
Dalrymple, 17, said there are
issues that are important to
him and other students.
Justin doesn't like the new
ninth-grade academy at his
school, which separates ninth-
graders in the school's new
two-story addition for core
classes.
"I don't think I've seen a
ninth-grader except on the
bus," Justin said.


VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT
* Kids Voting needs volunteers to assist students at each site
during the early voting period and on Election Day.
* The hours worked may count as community service hours.
* Those interested should call Erica Petramala at 476-2629.


The following are early vot-
ing locations for Kids Voting:
Central Ridge Library,
Inverness City Hall, Crystal
River City Hall, Crystal River
Elections Office and the
Inverness Elections Office.


Election Day voters may cast
ballots at Crystal River First
Baptist Church, Central Ridge
Library, South Homosassa
Springs Christian Center
Church and Pleasant Grove
First United Methodist


LOSE WEIGHT


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When candidates took the
stage, students hit them with a
multitude of questions: Why do
students have to pass the FCAT
to graduate? Why are some
schools allowed to make dress
codes stricter than the dis-
trictwide policy? Is there any-
thing that can be done to elimi-
nate traffic backed up on
Educational Path and County
Road 491 in Lecanto? What is
the reasoning behind having a
6-cent gas tax?
What are you passionate
about and how will you help
the environment? this ques-
tion was directed to county
commission candidates Gary
Bartell, James Holder and
Phillip Mulrain.
Mulrain said he wants to pre-
serve "old Citrus" as much as
possible. Bartell said he's
focused on clean and clear
waterways. Holder said better
management of growth is need-
ed to help the environment
Emerald felt that while some
questions were skirted a bit -
such as what can be done to
lower crime rates overall,
candidates took the forum seri-
ously.


Church.
The Kids Voting ballots will
be tabulated election night and
results will be available after
the polls close Nov. 7. Results
can be viewed on the Kids Vot-
ing Web site at www.kvtb.org.
Kids Voting needs volunteers
to assist students at each site
during the early voting period
and on Election Day. The hours
worked may count as commu-
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folly," he said.
Payton, who is running for
reelection, said the situation
has been going on for 20 years
and Marion needs a funding
source for transportation or
: the situation will only continue
to worsen.
The Ocala/Marion County
Transportation Planning Or-
ganization is a transportation


COUNCIL
Continued from Page 1A

council has been dealing with
many people who, though they
may live nearby or on the
Rainbow or Withlacoochee
rivers, are not residents or tax-
payers in the city.
Despite that, they want to
address the council to: com-
plain about the way they feel
the city has handled the proj-
ect; object to what the develop-
er proposes for the property;
challenge the legality work
recently done on the property;
and protest what they say will
be a negative environmental,
impact on the Rainbow River
system.
Patterson stated in a letter to
the city manager that some-
thing needed to be done
because of the "wasting of staff
and council time as to having to
endure many (on occasions)
hours of listening to non-resi-
dents about the destiny as well
as policy and procedure that
has taken a front seat to our
public hearings and meetings,
while our residents seem to
have to wait to talk on matters
that affect them directly as tax-
paying residents."
While he said he believed in
the right to freedom of speech,
he had asked the city attorney
to look into variables involved
in city residents being allowed
to speak first at meetings. He
also asked if the council could
pass a resolution that all non-
residents submit their com-
plaints in writing to the council
members and staff.
Patterson said that while he
believed many non-residents
were great assets to the city


planning group that is federal-
ly mandated in metropolitan
areas.
The Ocala Marion TPO, as it
is called, says Marion County's
10-year, planned road-project
costs are $843 million.
But with estimated impact
fee collections bringing in only
$334 million, the TPO points
out, that leaves $509 million for
planned road projects to be
funded somehow.
The one-cent tax is projected
to raise $398 million during the
seven years, but that would still


and did a lot of volunteering in
the city, he also believed they
should understand that,
because they didn't live within
the city, their right to redress
grievances to local government
was with the Marion County
Commission, and specifically
their district representative,
Commissioner Jim Payton.
City Attorney Ted Schatt, of
Mateer & Harbert, told the city
council in a written opinion
that the city can split public
comment at its meetings into
comments by citizens of
Dunnellon and other persons
wanting to address the council.
While all have the right to
attend public meetings, he
said,.,there is not clear stan-
dard ,regarding the ability of
the public to appear and speak
at council meetings. He said an
appeals court had ruled that in
a case in which a mayor would-
n't allow someone to continue
speaking because his com-
ments were not relevant to the
agenda item being discussed,
the governing body could
enforce "regulations of time,
place and manner of expres-
sion which are content-neutral,
are narrowly tailored to serve a
significant government inter-
est, and leave open ample
alternative channels of com-
munication."
Schatt said that appeal
court's ruling stated there is a
significant governmental inter-
est in conducting orderly, effi-
cient meetings of public bodies
and in conserving time and in
ensuring that others had an

opportunity to speak.
The council discussed the
issue in a workshop last week
and the issue will now go to the
council for consideration.
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result in a $110-million short-
fall for the present 10-year plan
for roads.
The Citrus County Com-
mission has found itself facing
the same skyrocketing cost of
road infrastructure, realizing
that the $3 million it gets annu-
ally from its 6-cent gas tax
imposed last year won't pay for
much road improvement One
mile of four-lane road can cost
more than that
Citrus is currently consider-
ing sharply increased impact
fees to help pay for infrastruc-


said the council sets the rules
for how the meetings will be
run. He said he took from the
workshop that the person des-
ignated by the council to run
meeting the mayor, for
example has some discre-
tion in running the meeting
under the rules the council
prescribes, which could
include time limits, and that
the council could allow city
residents/taxpayers speaking
first before others.
Patterson said in an inter-
view last week he will propose
a resolution to allow city resi-
dents to speak first about
issues, to put time limits on
speaking and to have a process
for arranging for agencies to be
present when appropriate to
answer questions that the city
can't answer.


OPEN AN
SEPTEMBER 5


ture needs caused by growth.
The proposed transportation
and school impact fees are the
biggest and have met with con-
siderable opposition, however.
The question of whether a
one-cent or half-cent sales tax
would be a better funding
source has been discussed in
Citrus County commission
races this election season, but
the issue was not put on the
ballot in Citrus.
County Commission Chair-
man Gary Bartell said last
week that many counties are in


He added that he regretted a
line at the end of his letter
about "vocal puppets for non-
residents" and had publicly
noted it was inappropriate. But
at the same time, he said, he
felt the letter had precipitated
a healthy discussion at the
workshop on the issue and
would result in a more efficient
way to run meetings one that
discourage some of the incivili-
ty he had witnessed in some
meetings of late.
The council will consider the
issue at its regular meeting
Monday.
Also at that meeting, the
council will consider other
issues including:
A presentation on the one
cent county-wide sales tax ref-
erendum for roads that all
Marion County voters will see


the same situation, trying to
find funding for sharply
increased costs of transporta-
tion. Most are using gas tax and
a few are trying for a sales tax,
he said. Citrus has tried to uti-
lize the sales tax for water and
school funding, though not
transportation yet Such initia-
tives have failed every time
they were put on the ballot,
however
According to the Ocala
Marion TPO numbers, about $6
million of the money raised by
the tax is needed annually just


on the Nov. 7 ballot Dunnellon
could get $2.3 million, more or
less depending on economic
conditions for transporta-
tion infrastructure over seven
years.
Consideration of the
Cortlin Business Park Develop-
ment Agreement.


for road maintenance in Ocala
and in the county.
If the referendum passes in
Marion, and Payton said he
believes it would narrowly
pass, the city of Dunnellon
could get $2.3 million, more or
less depending on economic
conditions for transporta-
tion infrastructure during the
seven-year period.
A county official is sched-
uled to explain that outcome
for Dunnellon area voters at
Monday's regular Dunnellon
City Council meeting.


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Obituaries


Lille Denney, 81
INVERNESS
Lillie Sunner Denney, 81,
Inverness, died Thursday, Oct.
19, 2006, at her home.
Mrs. Denney was born Jan.
30, 1925, in Charlotte, N.C., to
Lester C. and Ola L. (White)
Phillips. She moved here in
1986 from Miramar, where she
retired from Kmart
Department Stores as a phar-
macy clerk with 15 years of
service.
Mrs. Denney was a member
of the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Crystal River American Legion
Post No. 155. She was
Presbyterian.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Dana R.
Denney; and her son, Dana R.
Denney Jr
Survivors include her son,
Keith L. Denney of Inverness;
brother, Herbert H. Phillips of
Mississippi; and three sisters,
Patricia Brezzel of Charlotte,
N.C., Virginia Bowers of
Charlotte, N.C., and Catherine
Dellinger of Charlotte, N.C.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home


With Crematory, Inverness.
David Ellis, 56
HOMOSASSA
David A. Ellis, 56,
Homosassa, died Friday, Oct.
20, 2006, at Seven Rivers hospi-
tal.
He was born
April 7,1950, in
Champaign,
Ill., to Donald
and Wilma '
Ellis. He I
moved to .l
P i nellas
County in 1971 David
and later to Ellis
Citrus in 1989.
He was Christian.
He owned and operated his
business E & R Mechanical
with family and friends since
1989. He enjoyed camping,
working outdoors and raising
cows.
Survivors include his wife,
Shirley Ann of Homosassa; son,
Frank and his wife Patti of New
Port Richey and their children
David R., Frank Jr., Stephanie
and Anthony "AJ"; son, Joshua


and his wife Kari of Homosassa
and their children Zackery and
Kaeli; daughter, Carmin and
her husband Jimmy Conley of
Lecanto and their children
Anthony, Travis and Megan;
daughter, Julie and her hus-
band Derrick Noll of
Homosassa and their children
Justina, Jaycie and Arabell;
brother, Mike Ellis of Wooster,
Ohio; and sister, Debby Eddy of
Mohomet, Ill.
Strickland Funeral Home,
Crystal River
Marjorie
Hurtubise, 79
INVERNESS
Marjorie Hurtubise, 79,
Inverness, died Thursday, Oct.
19, 2006, in Inverness.
She was born Feb. 4,1927, in
Brooklyn, N.Y., to William and
Elizabeth Hyso Schultz.
She was a home health aide
who enjoyed helping others.
Mrs. Hurtubise enjoyed arts
and crafts along with garden-
ing, cooking and writing. She
had several articles published
in magazines.


She was Christian.
She was preceded in death
by her parents, husband,
William H. Hurtubise, and son,
Michael D. Hurtubise.
Survivors include her sons,
William F Hurtubise of Peoria,
Ariz., and Robert J. Hurtubise
of San Antonio, Texas; daugh-
ters, Catherine Hawkes of
Inverness, Linda Ludwig of
Inverness, and Barbara A.
Bush of Houston, Texas; 11
grandchildren; and nine great-
grandchildren.
Hooper Funeral Homes,
Inverness chapel.
Funeral
NOTICES

David A. Ellis. A memorial
service for David A. Ellis, 56, of
Homosassa, will be conducted
2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 25, from
the Strickland Funeral Home
chapel in Crystal River Private
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Special to the Chronicle
Pupils from Mrs. Stamper's second-grade class at Homosassa Elementary School get ready for Red
Ribbon Week, Oct. 23 to 27 a "Just say no to drugs program." From left, standing, back row, are
Chuck Haffenden, West Citrus Elks; and Mike Cirone, School resource officer. Front row, from left
are: Amber Hawks, Tiffany Bass, Gunnar Consol, Blade Shilling, Savannah Ranfone and Madison
Kaufman.

Red Ribbon Week begins Monday


CHUCK HAFFENDEN
Special to the Chronicle


All Citrus County schools will participate in
National Red Ribbon Week, Oct 23 to 27.
Students at the county middle and high schools
will wear red plastic wristbands supplied by the
. Citrus County Drug Coalition. Every pupil in
each of the 10 elementary schools will wear
pressure-sensitive red ribbons donated by the
West Citrus Elks Lodge 2693 in Homosassa.
Students and staff wear these emblems as a
visible reminder of the importance of drug
abuse prevention. The Elks is giving 7,500 of


these stickers to the Student Resources
Department for distribution.
Mike Cirone, deputy sheriff/school resource
officer at Homosassa Elementary, a repeating
"A" school, is working hard to do something
extra for the pupils there. Working with Chuck
Haffenden, drug awareness chairman from
West Citrus Elks, they have put together a strong
anti-drug message for the children. The Elks
also supplied 500 bags for the school to hold
other items for the kids. The message on the
bags says, '"Just Say No To Drugs ... Be Smart
Don't Start! ... Elks USA Drug Awareness
Program."


Church to have
Harvest Festival
Rock Crusher Road First Church
of God is having a totally free
Harvest Festival from 3 to 6 p.m.
today at 419 N. Rock Crusher
Road, Crystal River.
The event features harvest
games, bouncers, dunk booth,
candy, prizes, cakewalk, Cricket
the Clown, children's fingerprinting
through the Citrus County Sheriff's
Office, free food and drinks.
There's something for all ages.
Singers, musicians
wanted to audition
Auditions for the musical review
"The World Goes Round" will be
held at 7 p.m. today and Monday
at Playhouse 19, at 865 N.
Suncoast Blvd. in Crystal River.
This review features the work of
e John Kander and Fred Ebb, the
duo responsible for hits such as
"All That Jazz" and other songs
from the musical Chicago; "New
York, New York" and other selec-
tions from the musical Cabaret;
"Kiss of the Spider Woman"; and
many other familiar numbers.
Vocalists needed include sopra-
nos, high sopranos, altos, tenors,
and baritones. Singers are invited
to audition with any music that
demonstrates their vocal range.
Bring your own sheet music or sing
something from the show.


Musicians are needed to provide
live accompaniment for the singers
and dancers. Individuals and
groups are invited to bring their
instruments to auditions. (A piano
will be available.)
A variety of brass, woodwinds,
and strings will be needed. Vol-
unteers are also needed to assist
with costumes, props, set construc-
tion, and backstage activities.
"The World Goes Round" opens
Jan. 4 and will run through Jan. 28.
Call 746-1123 or 746-6124.
Homosassa Elks
to host Jam Session
The West Citrus Elks Club of
Homosassa will present the first
Jam Session of the season from
1:30 to 4 p.m. at its lodge today on
Grover Cleveland Boulevard. The
dance floor will be open and the
"old pros" will play and sing favorite
tunes from the past.
Sandwich-type food will be
available from the kitchen. The
cover charge is $3. Guests are
welcome.
Proceeds from this event will go
to the Elks local charity fund.
Church pumpkin patch
open in Crystal River
Crystal River UMC Pumpkin
Patch will be open through Oct. 30
at 657 N. Citrus Ave., Crystal River,
795-3148. Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday through Saturday and


noon to 6 p.m. Sunday. Proceeds
from the patch supports local
youths.
DEC annual picnic
a success
The Democratic Executive
Committee of Citrus County held
the Salute to Labor Picnic on Sept.
30 at the Citrus County Auditorium.
This is an annual event honoring
Citrus County's working men and
women and was open to the pub-
lic.
Current or retired union mem-
bers attending represented the
United Auto Workers, Teamsters,
Carpenters, Airline Pilot's Associ-
ation, International Brotherhood of
Electrical Workers and others.
Stanley Cook, a retired UAW mem-
ber and member of the Democratic
Executive Committee, and his wife
Sally were head coordinators of
the picnic.
Mike Jarrett, chairman of the
Democratic Executive Committee,
introduced the Rev. Gene Reuman
who gave the blessing. Jarrett
thanked everyone for coming and
introduced the Democratic candi-
dates present.
The DEC recognized that many
working men and women from the
National Guard and Reserves are
serving in the military. A special
memorial honored all military per-
sonnel who have been killed in Iraq
and Afghanistan.


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Make new friends at
Manatee Singles
Members of the Manatee
Singles & Social Club may be
older, but are still young at
heart. All interested persons are
welcome. Meetings are at 7
p.m. the fourth Monday monthly
at the Beverly Hills Community
Building.
Bring a covered dish and a
hearty appetite. Dues are $5 for
six months or $9 for a year. Call
860-0158 or 746-7842 for fur-
ther information.
Yankeetown
candidates forum
The Yankeetown-Inglis
Woman's Club invites the public
to a "Meet the Candidates
Forum" at 7:30 p.m. Monday at
5 56th St., in Yankeetown.
The regular election for three
Yankeetown Town Council
seats will be Oct. 31. This
forum will allow the public to
meet the four candidates and
learn their views about
Yankeetown's affairs.
Each candidate will be
allowed a three-minute intro-
-" duction of themselves, after
-:. which they will be allowed a
three-minute response time to
questions submitted by the
audience. Index cards will be
provided for attendees to sub-
mit their questions prior to the
beginning of the forum.
; Coffee and refreshments will
be provided by the club mem-
bers.
Decadent evening
Benefits animals
Nature Coast Catering and
Party Lite will be sponsoring an
Evening of Decadence on
Monday at the Spring Hill
Community Association. The
evening will include appetizers,
fabulous deserts, a chocolate
fountain, coffee and hot choco-
late bar and a cash bar.
A wide variety of hosts will
display and sell wonderful gift
items for the holiday, including
candles, jewelry, art and pet-
themed gifts from the Humane
Society.
The doors will open at 7 p.m.
Entertainment will be provided
by Ted Lyons and the 4 Non-
Breeders. Tickets are $30, with
proceeds benefiting the
Humane Society of the Nature
Coast. For tickets, call Kellie
Edwards at 585-6497.
Taste of Citrus
tickets on sale now
Tickets are available for
Central Florida Community
College's 2006 Taste of Citrus,
which will be from 7 to 9 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 29, at the Crystal
River Mall.
The theme of this year's
event is "Education in Good
Taste." Tickets are $35 at the
door and $30 in advance, with
a special discount rate of $25
per ticket for groups of 10 or
more. Tickets are available at
Citrus County Chamber of
Commerce branches in Crystal
River, Inverness and
Homosassa Springs, SHARE
Club at Citrus Memorial hospi-
tal, Citrus County branches of
AmSouth Bank and Sun Trust
Bank, and CFCC Ocala and
Citrus campuses.
For ticket information, call
Mary Lou Shevlin at 746-6721,
ext. 7801.
Kitchen seeks to
nourish body, soul
The Christian Kitchen will
serve its next meal at noon
Tuesday, Oct. 24, in the Parish
Life Center of Our Lady of
Grace Church, 6 Roosevelt
Blvd., Beverly Hills. Doors will
open at 11:45 a.m.
The mission of the Christian
Kitchen is to nourish the body
. and soul. In keeping with our
S mission, we hope to serve a
nourishing meal to those in
S need of companionship; espe-
S cially widows and widowers,
golden-agers and others who
are alone or lonely.
If you wish to attend and did
not sign up at the meal last
:- month or, if you made a reser-
S vation and now find that you
S cannot attend, call the parish


office at 746-2144. Food is pre-
pared based on the number of
reservations. There is no
charge, but donations will be
accepted.


Make wishes known


Griefsupport group offers educational program
Special to the Chronicle decide about advanced directives. Five
Wishes deals with personal, emotional
The Wings Grief Support Team of and spiritual needs, as well as medical
Hospice of Citrus County, in association wishes. Choose the person you want to
with Central Florida Community College, make health care decisions for you if you
will present a three-part educational pro- are not able to make them for yourself.
gram titled "Five Wishes" which will be Participants will be given the opportunity
from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on consecutive to fill out a Five Wishes document, which
Monday beginning this week and contin- will prepare them and their families for
uing through Nov. 6. Meetings will be held the years ahead.
at the CFCC campus, 3800 S. Lecanto The program will be moderated by
Highway, Lecanto. Jonathan Beard, Wings Grief Support
This class will help provide the tools to Team manager with Hospice of Citrus


County
"There are many things in life which are
out of our hands. Five Wishes lets you say
exactly how you want to be treated if you
get seriously ill," Beard explained. "Five
Wishes gives you a way to control some-
thing very, very important"
Since 1983, Hospice of Citrus County
has provided responsive end of life care to
people of all ages, including children, fac-
ing life-limiting illnesses.
Hospice of Citrus County also offers pro-
grams that focus on quality of life.
To register to attend this free three-ses-
sion program, call Jonathan Beard at 527-
2020.


Whale wonder


Special to the Chronicle
Jim and Kathe Echlin visited their daughter and family in Seattle, Wa., this summer. While there, the families traveled to
Vancouver, British Columbia, where they went to the Vancouver Aquarium. Pictured are grandchildren Andrew, 5, and Ashley,
7, who were awed by the Beluga whales.

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-Big brothers sought for area youths


Special to the Chronicle

Here's your chance to be a "kid"
again! Big Brothers Big Sisters is seek-
ing male volunteers to be matched with
boys currently on the waiting list for a
Big Brother.
No special skills are required to
become a mentor; it only takes a caring
attitude and a few hours a month of one-
to-one quality time spent together.
Whether you enjoy playing sports or
building things, fishing or cooking, the
arcade or the beach, you will be


matched with a boy who shares your
interests. The goal is to ultimately estab-
lish a lasting and enjoyable friendship.
Big Couples are also needed. You and
your spouse will be matched with a
Little Brother with whom you can spend
time, showing him what a loving and sta-
ble relationship is all about.
Volunteers must be at least 18 years of
age and have a valid driver's license. To
find out how you can make a huge
impact in a child's life as a Big Brother
or Big Couple and have fun in the
process, call 344-0400 or visit www.bbb-


spc.org.
Big Brothers Big Sisters has been
identified as the premier mentoring pro-
gram in the United States for more than
100 years. Big Brothers Big Sisters serv-
ing Pinellas, Hernando, and Citrus
Counties is an accredited affiliate of Big
Brothers Big Sisters of America, whose
mission is to and help children reach
their potential through professionally
supported one-to-one relationships. Big
Brothers Big Sisters' vision is a success-
ful mentoring relationship for every
child who needs and wants one.


Nominations sought for yard awards


Earn recognition for hard work


Special to the Chronicle
Fall in Florida is the perfect
time to observe local land-
scapes in their full splendor,
especially after all the fre-
quent rains this summer.
The Floral City Garden Club
is providing residents with an
opportunity to nominate a
neighbor, a friend or even
themselves for these awards.
You, your friends and neigh-
bors deserve recognition for
their efforts at landscaping and
keeping their yard or a special
garden looking attractive.
Annually, in October, the
Club presents Yards of the Year
Awards in a number of cate-
gories.
Judges from the garden club
personally visit each nominat-
ed garden/yard and assign it to


an award category. From each
group, the best is selected.
Categories include: "The
Best Overall Yard of the Year,"
"The Best Landscape Design,"
"The Best Floral Design," "The
Best Variety Garden," "The
Best Yard Grown from
Propagations," "The Best
Creative Design" and "The
Best Business Design" or
"Small Community Public Area
Design."
In addition to these seven
awards, each property owner
nominated shall receive
Honorable Mention and a
Certificate of Recognition.
Reviewing the list of awards,
one can see that many yards
could qualify for nomination.
Recognition does not have to
be for the entire property, but a
specialty garden such as herbs,


or roses, or day lilies, or a wild- of the property being nominat-
flower garden, or vegetables, ed. If you do not know the prop-
Recognition erty owner's
is not limited name, then
to those who FLORAL CITY YARDS make the
have land- OF THE YEAR AWARDS nomination
escaped with *. e anyway, using
the purchase ySeven categories include the address
of expensive complete yards, as well as and location.
plants, be- specialty gardens. Properties
cause the club N Nominations are accepted are limited to
will recognize through Oct. 31. Call 341- the Floral
individuals 0043 or 344-4447, or e- City ZIP code.
who have mail Mornglol@aol.com Awards will
taken cuttings, be presented
seeds and to the proper-
starts from friends and neigh- ty owners at the end of October
bors and used these to land- and announced at the
scape or form a garden in their November meeting of the
yards. Floral City Garden Club.
Nominations will be accept- For information, call or e-mail
ed until Oct. 30 and can be the Yard of the Year Awards
made by sending an e-mail to Chairwoman Cathy Foley at 342-
Mornglol@aol.com or by call- 0043 or Mornglol@aol.com or
ing 341-0043 or 344-4447. Club President Jo Ann
State your name and phone Quackenbush at 344-4447 or
number, the name and address dquacken@tampabay.rr.com.


News NOTES

Get on the Chronicle
events calendar
Is your club or organization
planning an event in 2007?
If so, include your event in the
Citrus County Chronicle 2007
Events Calendar publication.
E-mail your event and the
date of the event to
SBlackbum@chronicleonline.com.
Lions serve
breakfast Sunday
Coffee, orange juice, bacon
and sausage with all-you-can-
eat pancakes are on the menu
at the Beverly Hills Lions Club
every second and fourth Sunday
of every month from 7:30 a.m.
to noon.
Adults are $3.50 and children
are $1.75. You also get a
chance to win a free breakfast!
Our winners this time are L.
Rasmussen and Ann.
Join us at the Lions Den, 72
Civic Circle, Beverly Hills, this
Sunday. Any questions, call Lion
Bonnie at 527-3738.
'Cruise' in for
breakfast with club
The Italian Social Club will
kick off a weekly Sunday brunch
at its facility on County Road
486 in Hemando on Sunday.
The brunch will be served
between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
each Sunday.
The menu will feature "cruise
ship" type offerings with various
egg preparations, including cus-
tom omelets, pancakes, bacon
and sausage.
Accompanying these early
morning treats will be a gener-
ous selection of breads, dough-
nuts, pastries and bagels.
Juices and coffee will wash
down the brunch selections.
The cost will be $8.50 per
person, no tipping, and tax is
included.
Craftsman's Guild
will meet Monday
The Craftsman's Guild will
have its business meeting at 1
p.m. on Monday at the shop, 52
Civic Circle.
There will be a sale on Nov. 4
at the shop.
Hospice shops to
do United Way Day
The Hospice of Citrus County
Thrift & Gift Shoppes are
pleased to announce United
Way Day to be held from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Monday at all three
shop locations.
Proceeds from all sales at the
Thrift & Gift Shoppes will be
donated to United Way of Citrus
County.
Areas shoppers have made
the Hospice of Citirus County
Thrift & Gift Shoppes "the best
of the best" winner of the Citrus
County Chronicle's 2006
Readers Choice Awards.
The Thrift & Gift Shoppes
offer a clean, comfortable and
enjoyable shopping experience.
By patronizing the Thrift & Gift
Shoppes on Mondaycustomers
can assist United Way of Citrus
County to fulfill its mission to
improve lives.
Importantly, all money raised
in Citrus County stays in Citrus
County.
Hospice of Citrus County
Thrift & Gift Shoppes are at 16
N.E. Fifth St. in Crystal River
(563-1748), 4530 S. Suncoast
Blvd. in Homosassa (628-2277)
and at 415 S. U.S. 41 in
Inverness (341-2220).
For more information, call
Joseph Foster, public relations
manager, at 527-2020.

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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, just 2
miles south of Inverness. There will
be plenty of food, fun for all and
entertainment by Parrot Heads of
Citrus County, rain or shine under
the covered rodeo and tractor pull
ring and it's all for a great cause.
:Eleven veterans organizations
'have joined the Coalition in work-
ing to provide a re-education cen-
ter and program for those veterans
Swho need assistance in Citrus
::.County.
t 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.
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.
Rolling Thunder Inc., Florida
Chapter 7 will hold its second
annual POW/MIAAwareness Run
in Citrus County on Saturday, Oct.
28. The public is invited to attend.
There will be a "Poker Run"
starting at 8 a.m. from the Eagles
Club in Inverness on State Road
44 (8733 Gulf-to-Lake Highway).
There will be a breakfast buffet for
a $4 donation. The "Poker Run" will
end at 3 p.m. at the Beverly Hills
VFW, 2170 Vet Lane.
A $15 donation for the poker
hand is requested. This includes a
meal, cash prizes and plenty of raf-
fle items to be given away.
Anyone wishing to participate
may also do so by drawing all the
cards for their hand at the last stop,
the Beverly Hills VFW. Or if you
would like, for a small donation of
$5 you can come out and join us
for the program, food and enter-
tainment. Our entertainment will be
old time Rock n' Roll provided by
Jack and Shelia.
The program will commence at
3:30 p.m. and will feature Stephen
Raymond and Ray Knisley Jr., for-
mer Prisoners of War,

S* Congresswoman Ginny-Brown
Waite and Citrus County Sheriff
Jeff Dawsy.
Raymond is a survivor of the


Bataan Death March and has
recently had his book, "Too Dead
to Die: A Memoir of Bataan and
Beyond" released. Raymond, who
is 90 years old and his wife Marie
make Lecanto, their home. He will
have copies of his book available
for purchase and signing.
Knisley was captured by the
Germans in World War II and freed
later by the Russians.
All proceeds go toward helping
veterans and their families and to
promote awareness in the commu-
nity of the plight of our soldiers list-


ed as Prisoners of War and
Missing in Action.
You can reach the president,
Ray Thompson, if you have any
questions at (813) 230-9750 or Jim
Stepanek, chapter secretary at
(352) 489-1644 or e-mail Jim at
ImCrazyJim@aol.com.
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
share with students their first-hand
military experiences andi 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-
ticipants.
All interested veterans are
encouraged to call Mac IMcLeod,
746-1384, Gary Runyon, 563-5727
or Bob Truax 860-1630.
Disabled American
Veterans, Gerald A. Shonk
Chapter 70 of Inverness once
again is sponsoring "The Citrus
County Veterans Appreciation
Week Commemorative Pin."
In keeping with this year's
theme, "Honoring Citrus County's
Fallen Heroes," the design of the
pin is in the outline of Citrus
County with the helmet and rifle of
a fallen hero.
The pins are presently available
at all area Chamber of Commerce
offices and Career Choice
Uniforms in Inverness. The pins will
also be available at the DAV booth
during the Veterans' Fair at the
Crystal River Mall on Nov. 4 and at
the Golden Corral Nov. 11 through
Nov. 13. The pins may also be
obtained by contacting John
Seaman, commemorative pin
chairman, at 860-0123. A $2.50
donation is requested.
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
office.
The U.S. Postal Service, in con-
junction with the U.S. Armed
Forces, will make sure that our
men and women in Iraq receive
these cards as a gift from the car-
ing people of Citrus County.


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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.
VFW Edward W. Penno Post
4864 will have a Halloween
Costume Party, Chili Cook-off and
karaoke from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday,
Oct. 29.
VFW Edward W. Penno Post
4864 will host a prime rib dinner at
5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4. Tickets
are required and are on sale at the
post canteen for $12. No carry-outs
will be available. Call (352) 465-
4864.
Shuffleboard meets every
Wednesday evening starting at 7
p.m. Bingo every Tuesday at 1
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 p.m.
Limited food menu 4:30 to 7:30
p.m.
Wednesday: Liver and onions or
frog legs 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: Charbroiled filet or
strip steak dinner with dessert $9,
served 5 to 7:30 p.m. Halloween
Party 8 to 11 p.m. Prizes for the
best costume.
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. Phone:
637-0100.
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 beef or fish. Music
6:30 to 10:30 Starburst will be play-
ing 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.
Poppy sales will be Oct. 28 and
Oct. 29. Sign up sheet is in the
post.
We will have a float in Veterans
Day parade. Everyone welcome to
ride or walk.
Ladies Auxiliary goes to nursing
homes four times a month to play
bingo with the residents. Everyone
is welcome.
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 infor-
mation at 726-3339. Send e-mail to
VFW4252@tampabay.rr.com
American Legion Post 155,
Crystal River, announces meetings
and events:
, MEETINGS
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. 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.
VFW Post 8189 of Crystal
River is located at 5586 W.
Veterans Drive, which is off U.S. 19
South. Activities at the Post: Italian
night on the first Friday monthly,
fish fry on the second Friday
monthly, steak night third Friday
monthly, and, meatloaf dinner
fourth Friday monthly.


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All dinners run from 4:30 to 6:30
p.m. We offer bar bingo every day
1 to 10 p.m. Monday through
Saturday; Sunday, 1 to 8 p.m. If
you are qualified to join the VFW,
please come and bring a friend.
Call 795-5012.
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.
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 regular and associate mem-
bers. Dues are $3 per year for
Auxiliary members. Call
Commander Louis Poulin, 344-


8334, Vice Commander Paul
Salyer, 637-1161, or Director Hank
Butler, 563-2496.
The Marine Corps League
Citrus Detachment 819 meets at
7 p.m. the last Thursday monthly at
the VFW Post 10087 in Beverly
Hills. The Military Ball will be held
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.
The Suncoast U.S. Navy and
Merchant Marine Veterans of
World War II will meet at 11:30
a.m. Nov. 11 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 fellow-
ship 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.
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
at 7 p.m. the second Monday
monthly. Call Skeeter Fizz, (352)
447-3495.
The Marine Corps League,
Samuel R. Wall Detachment 1139
will conduct its regular meeting at 7
p.m. on the third Wednesday
monthly at DAV Post 70 in
Inverness at the intersection of
Independence Avenue and U.S. 41
North. Come to the meeting as
elections are rapidly approaching.
All former Marines are welcome.
Call Tom Heron at 637-2724 or Joe
Spoto at 746-3315.
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Diane and Charles F
Souhrada Sr. announce the
engagement of 'their son,
Charles F Souhrada Jr., to
Nora Lynn Hirsch, daughter of
the late Faith McDougald and
the late William Hirsch.
The prospective groom was
born in 1975 in Port Jefferson,
N.Y., moved to Florida in 1986
and graduated from Citrus
High School in 1993. He served
as commander of his JROTC
unit, is an Eagle Scout and
served in the U.S. Army from
July 1993 to June 2002. He is
employed by Nick Nicholas
Ford in Inverness as a techni-
cian and has a 3-year-old son,
Devin.
His fiancee was born in 1972
in Chicago, Ill., and moved to
Florida in 1981. She is a 1990
graduate of Crystal River High
School, majored in business at
the University of Florida and
graduated in 1995 with a bach-


-I
elor of arts degree. She is
employed by Nick Nicholas
Ford as a warranty administra-
tor and has a 10-year-old son.
William.
An October 2007 wedding is
planned.


Kristina Marie Morris and
Christopher Allen Cameron
announce their engagement.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Kathy Morris and step-
daughter of Mike Rucker of
Inverness. She is a 2004 gradu-
ate of Citrus High School.
Her fiance is the son of -:
Charles and Tanya Cameron -.
and Linda and Joe Locascio, "
all of Inverness. He is a 2002
graduate of Citrus High School :.'
and is employed at Applebee's
in Inverness.
The wedding is set for Jan.
21, 2007, in Hernando.


Evans-Castillo


Alfred and Katherine Evans
of Homosassa, announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Jenna Elizabeth Evans, to
Anthony Castillo, the son of
Ajeo and Carolyn Castillo, of
Bushnell and Tampico,
Mexico. A late fall/early winter
wedding is planned.


Four generations


73rd anniversary


The Carluccis


Special to the Chronicle
June Bish of Homosassa, center, had this photo taken
recently while she was at her daughter's 50th birthday
party in Johnson City, N.Y. From left are: Aiden, great-
grandson; Charleen Pritchett, granddaughter; Christeenia
Cargill, daughter; and Nathanial, great-grandson.



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Ronnie and Bill Carlucci
celebrated their 73rd wedding
anniversary at St. Benedict
Catholic Church in Crystal
River this month by attending
Mass with all their friends. Fr.
Mike gave them a special
blessing, as well as a hug and
kiss and a handshake.
Parishioners were so thrilled
to meet people married 73 years
that they lined up to wish them
well.


Gary and Evelyn (Lyn)
Bailey of Lecanto announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Christa Joann, to Mark
Charles Allen, son of Robert
and Beverley Allen of Omaha,
Neb.
The bride-elect is the grand-
daughter of the late Ernestine
and James (Bud) Bertine of
Red Level and the late Gladys
and William (Bill) Bailey of
Ocala.
She holds a bachelor's
degree in political science
from Furman University,
Greenville, S.C., and is
employed at the office of U.S.
Senator Mel Martinez. She
returned to Florida last year
after serving as the director of
the White House Gift Office in
Washington, D.C.
The future bridegroom is the
grandson of Charles Hundley
and the late Vonette Hundley
of St. Petersburg. His paternal
grandmother is Geraldine
Wright of Ripley, Miss.
He received his bachelor's


11 d,




degree from Eckerd College,
St. Petersburg, and is
employed as software program
manager for Aptitude
Solutions.
The wedding is set for Nov.
11 at First Baptist Church in
Lecanto.


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he other day I received
many surprises along
with absolute pride in
Citrus County.
I had an appointment at the
new VA facility. I was com-
pletely dumbfounded at what I
had discovered a beautiful
driveway that took me to the
renovated former Brown
Schools.
A cheerful receptionist wel-
comed me and I was ushered
into the VA complex where
everyone was most helpful ...
quite a far cry from the former
VA office.
Here, it is a large wing, giv-
ing everyone sufficient breath-
ing room and allowing VA visi-
tors to get into the clinic or to
be referred to the various
offices regarding problems.
It was such a heartwarming
experience.
After our discussion with J.J.
Kenney, we were given a tour
of the entire huge' building.
The entire complex is beauti-
fully redesigned.
This area of the building is
called the Central Citrus
Community Center, open to all
ages.
Some more surprises ... the
Center has many rooms allow-
ing for classes in computers,
dancing, a craft room, etc.
On the program will be a
class on using a digital camera.
Classes are $10 per lesson or
$25 for three classes.
The complex also includes a
game room for pool and ping
pong; a dining room, ballroom,
plus more.
Marianne and I visited the
dining room where lunch was
being served, followed by a
program of clog dancers.
Unfortunately, we couldn't
stay for the program because
of a previous commitment.
However, the lunch being
served smelled delicious.
There's no charge for the
meal, although they will
accept donations, due to the
fact that a grant should cover
the expenses, but it changes
annually.
Every Thursday a Social
Security employee. is at the
complex to help those with
problems.. Now what more
could you want?
Yes, there's something else
that should interest you. We
received a copy of their maga-
zine, which had many interest-
ing and informative articles.
One, in particular, caught my
eye ... the TV show called
"Senior Club," which is broad-
cast live every Friday morning
at 9 a.m.
It gives information on
health, insurance, plus other
financial topics. It is televised
on channel 16 on Bright House
and Adelphia.
You'll enjoy it and learn
much from the subjects dis-
cussed.
There are also "Leave the
driving to us" trips. The most
recent trip was on Sun Cruise
Lines from Cape Canaveral.
You'll enjoy visiting the
Center, which is easily found
on County Road 491, clearly
marked.
The grounds are beautifully
landscaped, with plenty of
parking space.
The Center is open from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday. The phone number is
527-5993.
Take a trip to visit this lovely
campus and you'll feel the


same pride as I do, knowing
that there is such a lovely cen-
ter in our county.



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.


Shop 'til you drop with
area businesswomen
American Business Women's
Association, Manatee Charter
Chapter invites you to go on its
annual shopping trip scheduled for
Saturday, Nov. 4, at Festival Bay
Mall, Orlando, from 8 a.m. to 8
p.m.
West bus stop: Meadowcrest
(SunTrust Bank) 8 a.m.
East bus stop: Inverness
Highlands Plaza (Winn-Dixie) 8:30
a.m.
The cost is $22 per person. For
reservations, contact an ABWA
member or call Myra Boulerice at
628-5079.
ABWA sponsors scholarships
and education. We invite you to,
inquire about our programs.
Elks Ladies' trip
has waiting list
The St. Augustine trip that is
being sponsored by the West
Citrus Ladies of the Elks now has a
waiting list. It is scheduled for Nov.
28 and 29.
If you or your friends are inter-
ested in having a couple of fun
days in St. Augustine, give Barb
Geary a call at 382-4088 or Pat
Sheridan at 382-3151 for more
information.
Accommodations will be at the
Best Western Spanish Quarters


Inn. In the past, this trip has been a
lot of fun, with shopping, eating at
different restaurants and sightsee-
ing. The cost is $85 per person
and that includes your hotel room,
chartered bus and bus driver's gra-
tuity.
BHRA plans trips to
farms, theater
It is not too early to start plan-
ning your autumn calendar.
Because things can get hectic
around the holidays, it is suggested
you consider those Beverly Hills
Recreation Association events that
will be available, and make plans
well in advance.
On Saturday, Nov. 18, BHRA
offers a day trip to Dudley Farms &
Retirement Farm for Horses.
Dudley Farm is an early Florida
pioneer farm established before
the Civil War. After lunch at
Conestoga's Restaurant, it is on to
Mill Creek Farm to view and feed
carrots to more than 80 horses that
now are enjoying their retirement.
On Wednesday, Dec. 20, there
will be a luncheon matinee at the
Show Palace for the Christmas
Revue.
For more information, call the
BHRA at 746-4882.
Ministry invites public
on 'Christmas' trip
The Stepping Out Ministry of the


Special to the Chronicle
Five generations pictured are, back row, from left: Violette
Denise Sesco, great-great-grandmother, of Citrus Springs;
Ninette Tumbaugh, great-grandmother, of Dunnellon; and
Michelle Primosh, grandmother, of Pinellas Park. Seated Is
Savannah Hooper, mother, of Pinellas Park, holding Jada
Michelle Cross, born Sept. 27 at Bayfront Hospital, St.
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SUNDAY, O)CToBI 22, 2006 15A


Oct. 23 to 27MENUS


YOUR BIRTHDAY: You'll have excellent chances
for important achievements, which include all forms of
business and commercial activities. Your ability to per-
ceive the most advantageous situations will be instinc-
tual.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Occupy yourself with
financial affairs, especially if you have something in
this area that needs attending. You could have the
Midas touch and a bigger chance of being a winner.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Although your mind
might be centered solely on yourself and your inter-
ests, that won't be all bad. Psychologically, it'll broad-
en your comprehension of what really is important to
you.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) This is an
excellent day to get off by yourself and work out in
your mind those things that have been bothering or
eluding you. You have the gift of inner sight and will
find your answers.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Concentrate on
your goals and expectations, and some very fortunate
things can be brought into focus. Talking over some
important issues with friends could be especially help-
ful to you.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) This is a favor-
- able day to assume responsibility for whether or not
things are working out as you desire. Make those
Changes that could bring about improvement.
Pisces (Feb. 20-March 20) Undertake those


VETERANS
Continued from Page 12A

an Honor Society of the Marine
Corps League, meets regularly on
a quarterly basis. Contact Tom
Heron at 627-2724.
Military Order of Devil
Dogs, an Honor Society of the
-: Marine Corps League, Pound 230
in Spring Hill meets quarterly. All
members welcome. We encourage
new members and life members-
at-large. Call PDD Fred W. Lightell
-at 344-9430.
E 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.
Fleet Reserve Association,
Branch 186 will meet at 3 p.m. the
: third Thursday monthly at the DAV
Building, Independence Highway
and U.S. 41 North, Inverness. Call
-. Bob Huscher, secretary, at 344-
0727.
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.


new studies that might be able to help your career or
a hobby you enjoy. Your mind is like a sponge, soak-
ing up all that is put before you.
ARIES (March 21-April 19) Conversations and
intellectual encounters could prove to be extremely
lucky for you, especially in matters of business. A sim-
ple remark may hold the direction you're looking for.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Because you have
a larger view of your overall world at this time, you're
in a good position to negotiate with another who
needs fixing. Do so now while you have clear vision.
GEIMINI (May 21-June 20) If you have mental
work or study awaiting you, this is a better day than
usual to tackle it. You're apt to be far more attentive to
details, and it isn't likely you'll miss a trick or important
data.
CANCER (June 21-July 22) -Activities that
engage in using your mind, such as playing chess or
reading a good book, will be more attractive and satis-
fying to you. So if this is a day you can do as you
want, do so.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) When it comes to the
family, you're apt to be far more tolerant of their view-
points even beliefs opposed to yours. You can
make headway in achieving a meeting of the minds.
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -A restless mind, eager
to express itself, may have you engaging in multiple
conversations with others. It'll be like someone left the
faucet on and the words just keep pouring out.


VFW helps CREST


Special to the Chronicle
Judy Prive, president of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post
4252, presents a donation to Keith Posta, principal of
CREST school. The money was raised by a special' bingo
game and will be used at the school for Christmas.


ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Monday: Breakfast Cereals,
sausage patty, yogurt, peaches,
grits, toast, milk variety, orange
juice.
Lunch Sausage pizza, tuna
salad on bun, salad shaker, garden
salad, baked beans, Normandy
vegetable blend, pineapple, crack-
ers, milk and juice variety.
Tuesday: Breakfast -
Scrambled eggs with cheese, ham
slice, pineapple, tater tots, milk
variety, orange juice.
Lunch Soft tacos, fish scrib-
bles, vegetarian plate, pretzel, gar-
den salad, carrots, turnip greens,
orange, cookie, milk and juice vari-
ety.
Wednesday: Breakfast -
Country ham and potato, yogurt,
mixed fruit, toast, milk variety,
orange juice.
Lunch Beef-a-roni, ham roll-
up, salad shaker, corn, garden
salad, green beans, grapes, pret-
zel rod, crackers, milk and juice
variety.
Thursday: Breakfast Sweet
potato muffin, cheese grits, apple-
sauce, tater tots, milk variety,
orange juice.
Lunch Corn dog, chicken pot
pie, vegetarian plate, pretzel, gar-
den salad, peas, baked french
fries, orange, applesauce, milk and
juice variety.
Friday: Breakfast Breakfast
sausage pizza, bagelers, yogurt,
peaches, grits, milk variety, orange
juice.
Lunch Quesadillas, Salisbury
steak with gravy, salad shaker, gar-
den salad, mixed vegetables, rice
with gravy, peaches, crackers, milk
and juice variety.
MIDDLE SCHOOL
Monday: Breakfast Cheese
toast, cereals, applesauce, tater
tots, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Hamburger, ravioli,
breaded chicken salad plate, green
beans, garden salad, pretzel rod,
smiley fries, juice bar, fresh fruit,
mixed fruit, milk and juice variety.
Tuesday: Breakfast Sweet
potato muffin, cheese grits, cere-
als, peaches, tater tots, milk vari-
ety, orange juice.
Lunch Soft tacos, chicken pot
pie, tuna salad plate, crackers, gar-
den salad, refried beans, Calif.
Normandy vegetable blend, fresh
fruit, pineapple, milk and juice vari-
ety.
Wednesday: Breakfast -
Breakfast sausage pizza, sausage


biscuit, cereals, orange, toast, tater
tots, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Chicken nuggets, fish
sandwich, turkey salad plate, pret-
zel, garden salad, spinach, baked
beans, fresh fruit, spice bar, milk
and juice variety.
Thursday: Breakfast Yogurt,
bagelers, cereals, pineapple, toast,
tater tots, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Chili, turkey hoagie,
chef salad plate, crackers, garden
salad, mixed vegetables, scalloped
potatoes, fresh fruit, peaches, milk
and juice variety.
Friday: Breakfast Country
ham and potato, grilled cheese,
cereals, mixed fruit, grits, toast,
tater tots, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch French bread pizza,
tuna salad on bun, garden salad,
corn, pasta salad, broccoli, fresh
fruit, yellow cake with chocolate
frosting, milk and juice variety.
HIGH SCHOOL
Monday: Breakfast Country
ham and potato, cereal, biscuit and
gravy, doughnut, sweet potato muf-
fin, toast, orange, tater tots, milk
variety, orange juice.
Lunch Shrimp Italiano, green
beans, corn, fresh fruit, mixed fruit,
roll, gelatin, pizza, salad bar, ham-
burger 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 Soft tacos, Spanish
rice, peas, baked beans, fresh fruit,
yellow cake with vanilla icing,
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 Meatloaf, green beans,
rice with gravy, fresh fruit, corn-
bread, pizza, salad bar, hamburger
and hoagie bars, french fries, milk.
Thursday: Breakfast -
Scrambled eggs with cheese,
cereal, cheese grits, biscuit and
gravy, doughnut, sweet potato muf-
fin, toast, apple slices, tater tots,
milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Chili with beans, Island
vegetable blend, peas, fresh fruit,
combread, rice, pizza, salad bar,
chicken and hoagie bars, french
fries, milk.
Friday: Breakfast Breakfast
sausage pizza, cereal, doughnut,


sweet potato muffin, biscuit and
gravy, applesauce, tater tots, toast,
milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Broasted chicken,
broccoli, applesauce, fresh fruit,
roll, pizza, salad bar, hamburger
and hoagie bars, french fries, milk.
Menus are subject to change
without notice.
CONGREGATE DINING
Monday: Swiss steak with
brown gravy, wild rice au gratin,
green peas, whole wheat bread
with margarine, chocolate brownie,
low-fat milk.
Tuesday: Italian spaghetti with
meatballs, garlic spinach, tossed
vegetable salad with Italian dress-
ing, whole wheat bread with mar-
garine, lemon cake, low-fat milk.
Wednesday: Chili with beans,
white rice, corn and diced tomato,
whole wheat crackers, margarine,
chilled pears, low-fat milk.
Thursday: Lemon pepper chick-
en, turnip greens, mashed sweet
potatoes, whole wheat bread with
margarine, chocolate mint pudding
with whipped topping, low-fat milk.
Friday: Fall-O-Ween Picnic at
Whispering Pines Park. All sites
closed. No deliveries today. Home
delivered meal clients received a
shelf staple meal on Thursday to
use for today's lunch.
Congregate dining sites include:
Lecanto, East Citrus, Crystal River,
Homosassa Springs, Inverness
and South Dunnellon.

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Regional golf scores from
around the state have the
Citrus boys golf team thinking
top 10.
"I'd like them to play within
a stroke or two of their 18-hole
average and we'll finish in the
top 10," Citrus coach Chris
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ish in the state would be a pret-
ty big accomplishment for us."
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Beach looking to
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it to state," Bang said. Citrus
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men.
Freshman Austin Connors
shot an 81 at the regional and
has felt the pressure mounting
over the last couple of weeks
as the competition 'has gotten
tougher, but says it has sub-
sided because he knows the
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m WHAT: Class 1A boys
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Temperature, tennis both hot at CR Fall Fest


The Fall Fest theme felt right
as far as the calendar is con-
cerned but definitely not
weather-wise.
It was more like summer and
it is expected to be another hot
one today. Many players ran
out of fluids to drink and so
several trips to the gas station
had to be made. The competi-
tion was hot as well, with sev-
eral surprises especially on the
men's side.
This morning, the competi-
tion will start again at 8:30 a.m
for the women and at 10 a.m for
the men. The finals will be
played at 12 p.m. and 2:00 p.m.
If you plan to come and
watch the matches at Crystal
River High School, bring an
umbrella for some shade and
plenty to drink. Both the
women's and men's draws were
full, with 16 teams each. That is


one of the reasons everything
went smooth and on time.
The other reason is Sally
deMontfort and her army of
volunteers. Obviously, the gen-
erosity from Tim Channel,
owner of the Stumpknockers
Restaurants, and Eric
Spafford, owner of Spafford
Construction and
Remodeling, is what makes it
a financial success for the
high school tennis teams.
The results for the Saturday
matches were as follows.
Scores for the first round.
in the men's division
Brian deMontfort/Philip Castillo
def. Eric Spafford/Jorge Privat, 6-
2,6-1; Lindsay Rodriguez/Cyprian
Rodriguez def. Mike
Tringali/David Miller, 6-3,6-3; Tom
Spessard/Don Kirby def. Brian
Rittli/Brett Lake, 6-1,6-0; Barney


Hess/Sunil Gandhi
def. Bruce
Kaufman/Marcial
Irizarry, 6-1,6-1;
Medhi Tahiri/Yogesh
Gandhi def. Mike
WalkerNinnie
Tremante, 6-1,6-3;
Andy Belskie/Tim
Channel def. Josh
Nolen/Tas Pepito, 6-
0,6-1; Steve
Barnes/Tommy
Saltzman def. Gary


Eric van den
Hoogen
ON TENNIS


Suggs/Wayne Steed, 6-3,6-3;
Mike Brown/Eric van den Hoogen
def. Roger Foor/Carl Sanger, 6-
0,6-0.
Scores for the first round in
the women's division
Judy Jeanette/Laura Flanagan
def. Teresa Walker/Kacey
Hutchins, 6-0,6-0; Brenda


Spafford/Courtney
Spafford def. Kristin
Tringali/Nicola
Wellman, 6-4,6-3;
Antoinette van den
Hoogen/Carolyn
Mahoney def. Carole
Keatts/Vivienne Scott,
7-6,4-6,6-4; Denise
Lyn/Susan Garrick def.
Ruth Branson/Ann
Finnin, 6-2,6-2; Nicole
D'Anna/Stephanie
D'Anna def. Micki


Brown/Sally deMontfort, 6-0,6-2;
Pam Payne/Michelle Sherman def.
Lindsay Spafford/Patricia Kahn, 6-
1,6-0; Tracy Wise/Maggie
Lamparelli def. Joan
Roberts/Ginger Privat, 6-3,2-6,7-5;
Melissa Staton/Holly Goodchild def.
Heidi Miller/Anna Paoli, 6-3,7-6(3).
Scores for the second round in


the men's East division
Brian deMontfort/Philip Castillo
def. Lindsay Rodriguez/Cyprian
Rodriguez, 6-3,6-4; Tom
Spessard/Don Kirby def. Barney
Hess/Sunil Gandhi, 6-2,0-6,6-3;
Andy Belskie/Tim Channel def.
Medhi TahirilYogesh Gandhi, 2-6,6-
2,6-2; Steve Barnes/Tommy
Saltzman def. Mike Brown/Eric van
den Hoogen, 6-4,6-4.
Scores for the second round in
the men's West division
Gary Suggs/Wayne Steed def.
Roger Foor/Carl Sanger, 6-4,6-3;
Bruce Kauffman/Marcial Irizarry
def. Brian Ritli/Brett Lake, 6-0,6-3;
Mike WalkerNinnie Tremante def.
Josh Nolan/Tas Pepito, 6-0,6-2;
Eric Spafford/Jorge Privat def. Mike
Tringali/David Miller, 6-3,7-6.
Scores for the second round in
the women's East division


Judy Jeanette/Laura Flanagan
def. Brenda Spafford/Courtney
Spafford, 6-2,6-3; Denise
Lyn/Susan Garrick def. Antoinette
van den Hoogen/Carolyn Mahoney,
6-0,6-1; Pam Payne/Michelle
Sherman def. Nicole
D'Anna/Stephanie D'Anna, 6-7,6-
4,6-1; Melissa Staton/Holly
Goodchild def. Tracy Wise/Jannice
Lance, 6-2,6-3.
Scores for the second round in
the women's West division
Kristin Tringali/Nicola Wellman
def. Teresa Walker/Kacey
Hutchins, 6-1,7-5; Joan
Roberts/Ginger Privat def. Heidi
Miller/Anna Paoli, 6-4,6-2; Ruth
Branson/Anne Finnin def. Carole
KeattsNivienne Scott, 7-6,7-6;
Lindsay Spafford/Patricia Kahn def.
Micki Brown/Sally deMontfort, 4-
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AFC Individual Leaders I ]' 1 r .
Through Week 6 J ., ._ _. '..;' "
Quarterbacks
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Rivers, S.D.
,Manning, Inc
.Carr, Hou.
Huard, K.C.
Pennington,
Palmer, Cin.
Brady, N.E.
,Leftwich, Jac
Losman, Bu
Culpepper, I


144 99 1064
d 171 106 1278
138 96 993
136 89 931
NY-J 168 109 1261
157 99 1178
162 88 1031
c. 155 94 1034
f. 172 106 1121
Mia. 134 81 929
Rushers
Att Yds Avg


McGahee, Buf. 130 505
T. Bell, Den. 100 470
.Parker, Pit. 106 434
Tomlinson, S.D. 110 407
.Brown, Mia. 107 405
R. Johnson, Cin. 104 405
*Henry, Ten. 81 383
:Taylor, Jac. 92 367
L. Johnson, K.C. 105 357
J. Lewis, Bal. 97 352
Receivers


-A. Johnson, Hou.
Coles, NY-J
Evans, Buf.
Welker, Mia.
Harrison, Ind.
Winslow, Cle.
Heap, Bal.
Chambers, Mia.
Tomlinson, S.D.
Clayton, Bal.
Punt


Yds Avg I
485 12.4
537 14.1
419 11.6
355 10.8
442 13.8
283 9.4
235 8.7
270 10.4
174 6.7
287 11.5 6


Returners


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7 4
8 3
7 5
6 5
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39 1
32 5
58 7
27 4
22t 4
23 3
25 2
28 3
27 1

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58t 3
27 1
31 0
38 1
24 2
29 4
26 3
19 0
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No Yds Avg LG
Faulk, N.E. 10 135 13.5 43
Hall, K.C. 13 167 12.8 60t
Wilkins, Ind. 10 126 12.6 82t
'Northcutt, Cle. 12 149 12.4 58
Welker, Mia. 13 148 11.4 47
Parrish, Buf. 11 116 10.5 26
Sams, Bal. 14 139 9.9 24
Buchanon, Hou. 8 79 9.9 45
Pearman, Jac. 8 78 9.8 21
Holmes, Pit. 8 72 9.0 24
Kickoff Returners
No Yds Avg LG


Cribbs, Cle.
Miller, NY-J
Sams, Bal.
Jones-Drew, Jac.
Carr, Oak.
McGee, Buf.
Webb, K.C.
Wade, Ten.
Shepherd, Hou.
Holmes, Pit.

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Tomlinson, S.D.
Parker, Pit.
Barlow, NY-J
Brown, Mia.
Heap, Bal.
L. Johnson, K.C.
R. Johnson, Cin.
Jones-Drew, Jac.
R. Williams, Jac.
Henry, Ten.


Kaeding, S.D.
Scobee, Jac.
Stover, Bal.
Graham, Cin.
Lindell, Buf.
Tynes, K.C.
Elam, Den.
Mare, Mia.
Bironas, Ten.
Gostkowski, N.E.
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22 602 27.4 103t
16 424 26.5 72
10 253 25.3 41
24 596 24.8 45
24 591 24.6 72
7 169 24.1 50
19 455 23.9 48
14 334 23.9 42
10 236 23.6 28
Scoring
ichdowns
TD Rush Rec Ret F
7 7 0 0
5 5 0 0
4 4 0 0
4 4 0 0
4 0 4 0
4 3 1 0
4 4 0 0
4 2 2 0
4 0 4 0
3 3 0 0
Kicking
PAT FG LG F
16-16 13-14 54
13-13 9-12 46
10-10 10-10 52
12-12 9-11 47
10-10 8-9 53
9-9 8-9 49
5-5 9-10 51
6-6 8-13 52
5-5 8-9 47
13-13 5-8 35
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NFC Individual Leaders


Through Week 6
Quarterbacks
Att Com Yds
McNabb, Phi. 208 122 1849
Bulger, St.L 208 128 1619
Brees, N.O. 207 138 1509
Manning, NY-G 176 115 1329
Brunell, Was. 169 105 1239
A. Smith, S.F. 183 109 1285
*Leinart, Ariz 86 52 539
Gradkowski, T.B. 81 47 429
Delhomme, Car. 205 123 1343
Hasselbeck, Sea. 159 96 1122
Rushers
Att Yds Avg
Barber. NY-G 102 533 5.2
S. Jackson, St.L 133 521 3.9
Gore, S.F. 112 520 4.6
Dunn, Atl. 96 511 5.3
J. Jones, Dal. 108 494 4.6
McAllister, N.O. 91 444 4.9
Foster, Car. 114 431 3.8
Jones, Chi. 116 428 3.7
C. Taylor, Min. 111 421 3.8
Vick, Atl. 46 401 8.7
Receivers
No Yds Avg
Boldin, Ariz 40 502 12.6
Bush, N.O. 38 285 7.5
Holt, St.L 37 526 14.2
R. Williams, Det. 36 552 15.3
Johnson, Car. 32 419 13.1
Smith, Car. 31 450 14.5
K. Jones, Det. 31 209 6.7
Furrey, Det. 28 322 11.5
Colston, N.O. 27 414 15.3
Bruce, St.L 27 388 14.4
Muhammad, Chi. 27 336 12.4
Punt Returners
No Yds Avg
Hester, Chi. 27 367 13.6
Rossum, Atl. 9 107 11.9
Bush, N.O. 15 161 10.7
Wynn, Phi. 11 109 9.9
Walters, Ariz 9 88 9.8
Woodson, G.B. 13 116 8.9
Jones, T.B. 13 109 8.4
Drummond, Det. 12 100 8.3
Newman, Dal. 8 63 7.9
Williams, Sea. 12 88 7.3
Kickoff Returners


Thompson, Dal.
Cartwright, Was.
Hicks, S.F.
Rossum, Atl.
Ponder, Sea.
Drummond, Det.
Williamson, Min.
Morton, NY-G
Arrington, Ariz
Davis, Chi.

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Portis, Was.
Westbrook, Phi.
R. Brown, Phi.
Barber, Dal.
Berrian, Chi.
Colston, N.O.
Jackson, Sea.
K. Jones, Det.
McAllister, NO.
Owens, Dal.


Gould, Chi.
Wilkins, St.L
Carney, N.O.
Kasay, Car.
Akers, Phi.
Longwell, Min.
Rackers, Ariz
Nedney, S.F.
Feely, NY-G
.1 Brown, Sea.
Hall, Was.
'_Hanson, Det.


NoYds Avg I
1334326.4


TD int
13 2
10 1
8 4
11 7
5 3
8 4
4 2
4 1
6 3
9 7

LG TD
29 0
37 2
32t 3
90t 1
33 2
57 4
43t 1
29 2
33 1
34 2

LG TD
49t 3
32 0
67t 7
42t 2
40 2
72t 2
21 0
25 2
86t 4
45 1
27 1

LG TD
84t 2
41 0
65t 1
22 0
22 0
28 0
18 0
29 0
20 0
22 0

LG TD
41 0


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2768125.2 59
1332525.0 38
2048724.4 41
2558823.5 65
1330323.3 44
2046023.0 51
3170622.8 36
1431522.5 35
Scoring
uchdowns
TD Rush Rec Ret


7
6
6
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Kicking
PAT
18-18
11-11
14-14
10-10 1
23-23
5-6
12-12
14-14
13-13
12-12
9-9
12-12


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4
1
4 (
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0
0
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4 (
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FG
18-18
18-21
13-14
13-14
6-8
12-14
9-14
8-12
8-10
8-12
9-11
8-11


TODAY'S SPORTS
AUTO RACING
1 p.m. (2 NBC) (8 NBC) NASCAR Racing Nextel Cup Subway
500. From Martinsville Speedway in Martinsville, Va. (Live) (CC)
BASEBALL
7:30 p.m. (13 FOX) (51 FOX) MLB Baseball World Series Game
2 St. Louis Cardinals at Detroit Tigers. From Comerica Park in
Detroit. (Live) (CC)
FOOTBALL
1 p.m. (6 CBS) NFL Football Jacksonville Jaguars at Houston
Texans. From Reliant Stadium in Houston. (Live) (CC)
(13 FOX) (51 FOX) NFL Football Philadelphia Eagles at Tampa
Bay Buccaneers. From Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. (Live)
(CC)
4 p.m. (10 CBS) NFL Football Denver Broncos at Cleveland
Browns. From Cleveland Browns Stadium in Cleveland. (Live) (CC)
(13, 51 FOX) NFL Football Washington Redskins at Indianapolis
Colts. From the RCA Dome in Indianapolis. (Live) (CC)
8 p.m. (ESPN) College Football South Florida at Cincinnati. (Live)
(CC)
GOLF
8:30 a.m. (GOLF) European PGA Golf Mallorca Classic Final
Round. From Majorca, Spain. (Live)
3 p.m. (9 ABC) (20 ABC) (28 ABC) PGA Golf Funai Classic -
Final Round. From Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista.
(Live) (CC)
6 p.m. (GOLF) PGA Golf Champions Tour-AT&T Championship
- Final Round. From San Antonio. (Same-day Tape)
SOCCER
1 p.m. (9 ABC) (20 ABC) (28 ABC) MLS Soccer Eastern
Conference Semifinal Game 1 New England Revolution at
Chicago Fire. From Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Ill. (Live) (CC)
(62 UNI) F'"utbol de la Liga Mexicana Torneo de Apertura: Toluca
vs. Santos Laguna. Desde el Estadio Nemesio Diez en Toluca,
M"'exico. (En Vivo)
4 p.m. (ESPN2) MLS Soccer Western Conference Semifinal
Game 1 Houston Dynamo at Club Deportivo Chivas USA. From
Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. (Live) (CC)


GOLF

Funai Classic
Saturday
At Walt Disney World Resort Courses
Purse: $4.6 million
Magnolia Course, 7,516 yards, par 72
Palm Course, 6,957 yards, par 72
Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
Third Round
Troy Matteson 67-65-65 -197 -19
Joe Durant 69-65-64 -198 -18
Justin Rose 60-67-72 -199 -17
Davis Love III 67-69-64 -200 -16
Charles Howell III 65-70-65 -200 -16
Nick Watney 69-68-64 -201 -15
Heath Slocum 68-67-66 -201 -15
Woody Austin 68-66-67 -201 -15
Jonathan Byrd 68-69-65 -202 -14
M. Calcavecchia 66-73-63 -202 -14
Rich S. Johnson 64-70-68 -202 -14
Marco Dawson 67-66-69 -202 -14
Jerry Kelly 66-68-68 -202 -14
John Rollins 73-64-66 -203 -13
Charles Warren 66-70-67 -203 -13
Michael Allen 68-69-66 -203 -13
Sean O'Hair 69-67-67 -203 -13
K.J. Choi 68-68-67 -203 -13
Mike Weir 70-66-67 -203 -13
Brett Wetterich 69-69-65 -203 -13
Arjun Atwal 70-69-64 -203 -13
Greg Owen 67-68-68 -203 -13
Robert Damron 68-65-70 -203 -13
Greg Kraft 70-67-67 -204 -12
Scott Verplank 67-70-67 -204 -12
Chris DiMarco 67-69-68 -204 -12
Harrison Frazar 69-67-68 -204 -12
lan Leggatt 66-70-68 -204 -12
Ryan Palmer 67-71-66 -204 -12
John Senden 68-67-69 -204 -12
Tag Ridings 65-66-73 -204 -12
Jesper Parnevik 68-69-68 -205 -11
Bubba Watson 69-68-68 -205 -11
Vijay Singh 68-69-68 -205 -11
Bob Tway 65-71-69 -205 -11
Frank Lickliter II 68-70-67 -205 -11
Azuma Yano 68-67-70 -205 -11
Trevor Immelman 66-69-70 -205 -11
Ben Crane 68-67-70 -205 -11
J.J. Henry 65-70-70 -205 -11
Bill Haas 66-69-70 -205 -11
Steve Lowery 69-70-66 -205 -11
Vaughn Taylor 72-67-66 -205 -11
Stephen Leaney 70-67-69 -206 -10
Lee Janzen 68-69-69 -206 -10
Stuart Appleby 67-70-69 -206 -10
Brett Quigley 70-68-68 -206 -10
Shigeki Maruyama 67-69-70 -206 -10
J.B. Holmes 68-70-68 -206 -10
Chris Couch 70-65-71 -206 -10
Bubba Dickerson 66-68-72 -206 -10
Robert Gamez 68-69-70 -207 -9
Brandt Jobe 72-65-70 -207 -9
Robert Allenby 70-68-69 -207. -9.,
Jerry Smith 71-68-68 -207 -9
Brian Davis 69-68-71 -208 -8
Steve Flesch 65-72-71 -208 -8
Hunter Mahan 69-67-72 -208 -8
Eric Axley 66-72-70 -208 -8
Bart Bryant 72-66-70 -208 -8
Mike Small 70-69-69 -208 -8
Lucas Glover 66-70-73 -209 -7
Ryuji Imada 69-67-73 -209 -7
D.A. Points 67-71-71 -209 -7
D. Maruyama 69-69-71 -209 -7
Nathan Green 72-67-70 -209 -7
Tim Petrovic 70-69-70 -209 -7
Shaun Micheel 67-71-72 -210 -6
Rocco Mediate 69-70-72 211 -5
Chris Riley 66-73-72 --211 -5
Ron Whittaker 68-71-72 --211 -5
Henrik Bjornstad 69-69-74 -212 -4
Craig Barlow 68-70-75 -213 -3
Nick Thompson 71-68-75 -214 -2
AT&T Championship
Saturday
At Oak Hills Country Club Course
San Antonio
Purser $1.6 million
Yardage: 6,735 Par: 71
Second Round


Fred Funk
Raymond Floyd
Jay Haas
Keith Fergus
Scott Simpson
Jim Thorpe
Ron Streck
James Mason
R.W. Eaks
Wayne Levi
Dana Quigley
Loren Roberts
Craig Stadler
Dick Mast
Danny Edwards
Chip Beck
Ben.Crenshaw
John Bland
Walter Hall
Mark James
D.A. Weibring
Bruce Lietzke
Gary McCord
Morris Hatalsky
Lee Trevino
Mark McNulty


65-67
67-66
70-64
67-67
66-68
69-66
69-66
68-67
66-69
69-67
69-67
68-68
68-68
68-68
70-67
69-68
71-66
69-68
68-69
68-69
68-69
70-68
69-69
69-69
72-66
68-70


132 -10
133 -9
134 -8
134 -8
134 -8
135 -7
135 -7
135 -7
135 -7
136 -6
136 -6
136 -6
136 -6
136 -6
137 -5
137 -5
137 -5
137 -5
137 -5
137 -5
137 -5
138 -4
138 -4
138 -4
138 -4
138 -4


Tom Purtzer 68-70 138 -4
Lonnie Nielsen 67-71 138 -4
Bruce Summerhays 70-69 139 -3
Andy Bean 71-68 139 -3
Don Pooley 71-68 139 -3
Bobby Wadkins 71-68 139 -3
Fuzzy Zoeller 69-70 139 -3
Tom Kite 69-70 139 -3
Gil Morgan 69-70 139 -3
Hale Irwin 68-71 139 -3
Dan Pohl 66-73 139 -3
Tom Jenkins 70-70 140 -2
Tim Simpson 71-69 140 -2
Vicente Fernandez 71-69 140 -2
Hajime Meshiai 68-72 140 -2
Tom McKnight 67-73 140 -2
Bill Rogers 70-71 141 -1
Jim Ahern 71-70 141 -1
David Eger 72-69 141 -1
Eduardo Romero 70-72 142 E
Rick Rhoden 69-73 142 E
Mike McCullough 67-75 142 E
Bob Gilder 71-72 143 +1
Kenny Knox 71-72 143 +1
Dave Stockton 71-72 143 +1
Larry Nelson 74-69 143 +1
Mike Reid 70-74 144 +2
Leonard Thompson 70-74 144 +2
David Edwards 71-73 144 +2
John Jacobs 72-72 144 +2
Bob Eastwood 73-71 144 +2
Howard Twitty 73-71 144 +2
Tom Wargo 76-68 144 +2
Gary Player 70-75 145 +3
Des Smyth 72-73 145 +3
John Harris 73-72 145 +3
Hubert Green 73-72 145 +3
Dave Eichelberger 75-70 145 +3
Jay Sigel 73-73 146 +4
Rex Caldwell 73-73 146 +4
Lanny Wadkins 74-72 146 +4
Jim Colbert 71-76 147 +5
Bob Murphy 74-73 147 +5
Massy Kuramoto 73-75 148 +6
J. Maria Canizares 73-77 150 +8
Mark Johnson 74-77 151 +9
Dale Douglass 75-76 151 +9
Jim Albus 77-74 151 +9
Jim Dent 79-73 152 +10
Dave Narveson 75-80 155 +13
Chuck Westergard 78-77 155 +13
Chuck Ellenwood 78-79 157 +15

BASEBALL

World Series Box
Cardinals 7, Tigers 2
ST. LOUIS DETROIT


Eckstin ss
Duncan dh
PrWIsn dh
Pujols 1lb
Edmnd cf
Rolen 3b
JEcrcn rf
Blliard 2b
YMolna c
Tguchi If


ab rhbi
5 00 0 Grndsn cf
4 11 1 Monroe If
1 00 0 Planco2b
3 21 2 MOrdz rf
4 12 1 CGillen lb
4 22 1 IRdrgzc
3 00 1 Caseydh
4 00 0 Inge 3b
4 11 0 RSntgo ss
4 01 0 Thmes ph
NPerez ss


ab r hbi
4000
4 221
4000
3000
4 021
4000
3000
3000
2000
1 000
04 000
0 0 0 0


Totals 367 8 6 Totals 32 2 4 2
St. Louis 013 003 000- 7
Detroit 100 000 001- 2
E-Rolen (1), JEncarnacion (1), Inge 2
(2), Verlander (1). LOB-St. Louis 4,
Detroit 4. 2B-Duncan (1), Rolen (1),
Monroe (1). HR-Pujols (1), Rolen (1),
Monroe (1).
IP H RERBBSO
St. Louis
ReyesW,1-0 8 4 2 2 1 4
Looper 1 0 0 0 0 1
Detroit
Verlander L,0-1 5 6 7 6 2 8
Grilli 1 0 0 0 0 0
Rodney 1 0 0 0 0 1
Ledezma 1 1 0 0 0 0
TJones 2-3 1 0 0 0 0
JWalker 1-3 0 0 0 0 1
Reyes pitched to 1 batter in the 9th,
Verlander pitched to 3 batters in the 6th.
WP-JWalker.
T-2:54. A-42,479 (41,070).
Postseason Baseball Glance
All Times EDT
DIVISION SERIES
American League
Detroit 3, New York 1
New York 8, Detroit 4
Detroit 4, New York 3
Detroit 6, New York 0
Detroit 8, New York 3
Oakland 3, Minnesota 0
Oakland 3, Minnesota 2
Oakland 5, Minnesota 2
Oakland 8, Minnesota 3
National League
New York 3, Los Angeles 0
New York 6, Los Angeles 5
New York 4, Los Angeles 1
New York 9, Los Angeles 5
St. Louis 3, San Diego 1
St. Louis 5, San Diego 1
St. Louis 2, San Diego 0
San Diego 3, St. Louis 1
St. Louis 6, San Diego 2
LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES


Minnesota
Denver
Utah
Portland
Seattle


W L Pct
3 3 .500
1 1 .500
2 3 .400
1 3 .250
1 3 .250
Pacific Division
W L Pct


Golden State 4 01.000 -
Sacramento 3 1 .750 1
L.A. Clippers 2 1 .667 1%
L.A. Lakers 3 3 .500 2
Phoenix 2 2 .500 2
Friday's Games
Golden State 116, L.A. Clippers 106
New Jersey 102, Philadelphia 92
Memphis 96, Miami 95
Minnesota 85, Chicago 83
Sacramento 112, Utah 96
Portland 103, Seattle 95
L.A. Lakers 113, New Orleans 106
Saturday's Games
Atlanta 90, Cleveland 88, OT
Orlando 112, Memphis 89
Boston 113, New York 89
Indiana 94, Minnesota 88
San Antonio 103, Miami 93
Denver at Milwaukee, late
Washington at Dallas, late
Seattle at L.A. Clippers, late
Sunday's Games
Cleveland at Toronto, 1 p.m.
Denver at Detroit, 6 p.m.
New Orleans vs. Sacramento at Reno,
Nev., 8 p.m.
San Antonio at Houston, 8:30 p.m.
Phoenix vs. L.A. Lakers at San Diego,
9:30 p.m.
Monday's Games
Washington at Atlanta, 7 p.m.
Utah at Portland, 10 p.m.
Seattle at Phoenix, 10 p.m.

TRANSACTIONS
FOOTBALL
National Football League
ATLANTA FALCONS-Promoted DT
Tommy Jackson from the practice squad.
Signed LB Brandon Jamison to the prac-
tice squad.
HOCKEY
National Hockey League
NEW JERSEY DEVILS-Recalled RW
Barry Talackson from Lowell of the AHL.
Assigned D Alex Brooks to Lowell.
ECHL
PHOENIX ROADRUNNERS-Traded D
Andrew Winnik to Long Beach for future
considerations. Added G Kevin Reiter to
the roster.
Central Hockey League
LUBBOCK COTTON KINGS-Signed
LW Jaydyn Murray.
WICHITA THUNDER-Signed C Jeremy
Koning. Placed LW Jonathan Poirler on
waivers.


American League
Detroit 4, Oakland 0
Detroit 5, Oakland 1
Detroit 8, Oakland 5
Detroit 3, Oakland 0
Detroit 6, Oakland 3
National League
St. Louis 4, New York 3
St. Louis at New York, ppd., rain
New York 2, St. Louis 0
St. Louis 9, New York 6
St. Louis 5, New York 0
New York 12, St. Louis 5
New York at St. Louis, ppd., rain
St. Louis 4, New York 2
New York 4, St. Louis 2
St. Louis 3, New York 1
WORLD SERIES
Detroit vs. St. Louis
Saturday, Oct. 21
St. Louis 7, Detroit 2, St. Louis leads
series 1-0
Sunday, Oct. 22
St. Louis (Weaver 5-4) at Detroit (Rogers
17-8), 8:23 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 24
Detroit (Robertson 13-13) at St. Louis
(Carpenter 15-8), 8:33 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 25
Detroit (Bonderman 14-8) at St. Louis
(Suppan 12-7), 8:27 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 26
Detroit at St. Louis, 8:27 p.m., if neces-
sary
Saturday, Oct. 28
St. Louis at Detroit, 7:57 p.m., if neces-
sary
Sunday, Oct. 29
St. Louis at Detroit, 8 p.m. EST, if neces-
sary

HOCKEY

Ughtning 6, Captials 4
Tampa Bay 1 3 2- 6
Washington 2 0 2 4
First Period-1, Tampa Bay, Lecavalier 3
(Pratt, St. Louis), 5:51 (sh). 2, Washington,
Semin 8 (Pothier, Kolzig), 6:39 (pp). 3,
Washington, Green 1 (Zubrus), 16:07.
Penalties-Tarnasky, TB (delay of game),
4:03, Tarnasky, TB (hooking), 6:18,
Zubrus, Was (boarding), 7:25, Klepis, Was
(hooking), 13:36, Pothier, Was (goaltender
interference), 18:04.
Second Period--4, Tampa Bay, St. Louis
2 (Tarnasky, Taylor), 3:10. 5, Tampa Bay,
Alexeev 3 (Ranger, Fedotenko), 3:32. 6,
Tampa Bay, Karlsson 1 (Afanasenkov),
19:01. Penalties-Zubrus, Was (holding),
9:21, Heward, Was (hooking), 12:01,
Sutherby, Was (tripping), 16:03.
Third Period-7, Tampa Bay, Alexeev 4
(Boyle, Richards), 9:04 (pp). 8,
Washington, Sutherby 1 (Pothier, Bradley),
12:38. 9, Tampa Bay, Richards 1, 13:17.
10, Washington, Ovechkin 5 (Zednik,
Semin), 16:03 (pp). Penalties-Clymer,
Was (hooking), 7:40, Taylor, TB (tripping),
14:46.
Shots on Goal-Tampa Bay 14-11-10-
35. Washington 9-9-15-33.
Power-play opportunities-Tampa Bay 1
of 7; Washington 2 of 3.
Goalies-Tampa Bay, Denis 4-3-0 (33
shots-29 saves). Washington, Kolzig 2-2-1
(35 shots-29 saves).

BASKETBALL

NBA Preseason Glance
All Times EDT
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L Pct GB
Toronto 4 01.000 -
New York 3 1 .750 1
Boston 3 3 .500 2
Philadelphia 1 2 .333 2%
New Jersey 1 4 .200 3%
Southeast Division
W L Pct GB
Orlando 5 1 .833 -
Atlanta 4 2 .667 1
Washington 3 2 .600 1%
Miami 1 4 .200 3%
Charlotte 0 5 .000 4%
Central Division
W L Pct GB
Chicago 4 1 .800 -
Detroit 4 1 .800 -
Indiana 3 3 .500 1%/
Milwaukee 2 3 .400 2
Cleveland 1 4 .200 3
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Southwest Division
W L Pct GB
Houston 3 1 .750 -
Memphis 3 3 .500 1
San Antonio 1 2 .333 1%
Dallas 1 4 .200 2%
New Orleans 1 4 .200 2%
Northwest Division


ards. Citrus will have to keep
the ball in the fairway if they
want to have any shot at their
goal of a top 10 finish.
Richardson has said time
and time again that golf isn't
about what you shot yesterday
or last week, it's about what
you shoot today and Connors
offered up a little more of the
coaches advice.
'Just hit fairways and greens
and make the putt," Connors
said.


CITRUS

Continued from Page 1B

team has made it to the final
tournament.
"I know we've made it to the
highest point you can make,"
Connors said. "Now it's just
playing how you know how to
play and hopefully you do
well."
The four highest scores from
each team will
be added
together each Citru
day and com- tee t
bined to deter- Tuesday's
mine each 'First tee)
teams final Bobby Ba
ranking. Nick Brot
Nobody on Zach Star
the team knows Ryan Con
much about the Austin Co
course at Wednesd
Sandridge, but Wednesd:
the team will get Times: (1
its first look Brothers;
Monday as they Stanley; 8
travel to Vero Connors;
Beach for a Connors.
practice round.
"I heard it
plays short and has great
greens," Bang said. Bang
likened it to the course at
Haile Plantation; the team
placed second at Haile to
Saddlebrook with a score of
303.
"The Dunes" course at
Sandridge plays just over 6,800
yards and includes a wide vari-
ety of sandtraps and water haz-


Sounds easy
enough.
The three
freshmen for
Citrus have
done a tremen-
dous job replac-
ing the three
seniors from a
year ago and no
matter what
happens at
state, the future
of Citrus golf
looks very
bright.
"I think it's
pretty cool that
we can advance
to state since


three seniors left last year,"
Connors said. "We have three
more years now and that looks
pretty good for us."
Even with a top 10 finish in
striking distance, Bang has
even higher expectations for
his team next year.
"Next year we'll probably be
a pretty big powerhouse," Bang
said.


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Rushes-yards
Passing
Comp-Att-Int
Return Yards
Punts-Avg.
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession


Iowa
14
24-41
197
211-36-0
27
7-37.7
3-1
3-18
25:37


Mich
19
39-88
203
23-33-1
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5-43.0
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4-35
34:23


INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Iowa, Sims 7-22, Young 9-
17, Busch 1-3, Tate 7-(minus 1). Michigan,
Hart 31-126, Breaston 1-(minus 1), Team
3-(minus 6), Henne 4-(minus 31).
PASSING-Iowa, Tate 21-36-0-197.
Michigan, Henne 23-33-1-203.
RECEIVING-Iowa, Douglas 6-63,
Chandler 4-66, Brodell 4-28, Young 3-24,
Grigsby 2-11, Moeaki 1-4, Sims 1-1.
Michigan, Arrington 8-79, Breaston 7-49,
Butler 3-42, Mathews 3-16, Hart 2-17.
No. 5 Texas 22,
No. 17 Nebraska 20
Texas 3 13 0 6 22
Nebraska 7 0 0 13 20
First Quarter
Tex-FG GJohnson 22, 13:02.
Neb-Purify 63 pass from Z.Taylor
(Congdon kick), 5:58.
Second Quarter
Tex-Cosby 6 pass from C.McCoy (kick
blocked), 6:43.
Tex-Sweed 55 pass from C.McCoy
(GJohnson kick), 4:00.
Fourth Quarter
Neb-B.Jackson 49 pass from Z.Taylor
(Congdon kick), 14:48.
Tex-FG G Johnson 22, 6:33.
Neb-Swift 25 pass from Lucky (pass
failed), 4:54.
Tex-FG Bailey 22, :23.
A-85,187.
Tex Neb
First downs 21 15
Rushes-yards 34-128 24-38
Passing 220 302
Comp-Att-Int 25-40-0 16-29-1
Return Yards 6 1
Punts-Avg. 5-43.0 6-40.7
Fumbles-Lost 5-1 2-2
Penalties-Yards 5-42 7-67
Time of Possession 34:36 25:24
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Texas, Charles 9-63,
S.Young 14-50, C.McCoy 11-10, Sweed 0-
5. Nebraska, B.Jackson 7-40, F.Hardy 1-
13, Glenn 4-6, Lucky 3-5, K.Wilson 2-
(minus 1), Z.Taylor 7-(minus 25).
PASSING-Texas, C.McCoy 25-39-0-
220, Team 0-1-0-0. Nebraska, Z.Taylor 15-
28-1-277, Lucky 1-1-0-25.
RECEIVING-Texas, Sweed 8-119,
Finley 4-37, Pittman 4-24, Cosby 3-28,
S.Young 2-4, Shipley 2-3, Charles 1-3,
Ogbonnaya 1-2. Nebraska, Nunn 5-84,
Purify 2-84, B.Jackson 2-77, Phillips 2-12,
Herian 2-9, Swift 1-25, Lucky 1-6, Peterson
1-5.
No. 6 Louisville 28,
Syracuse 13
Louisville 0 7 7 14 28
Syracuse 0 6 0 7 13
Second Quarter
Syr-FG Shadle 27, 14:10.
Syr-FG Shadle 35, 4:49.
Lou-Allen 2 run (Carmody kick), :58.
Third Quarter
Lou-Ko.Smith 5 run (Carmody kick),
10:39.
Fourth Quarter
Lou-Allen 1 run (Carmody kick), 14:58.
Syr-M.Williams 37 pass from Patterson
Jr. (Shadle kick), 5:09.
Lou-Ko.Smith 31 run (Carmody kick),
1:43.
A-35,708.


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Rushes-yards
Passing
Comp-Att-Int
Return Yards
Punts-Avg.
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession


Lou
24
36-223
203
18-26-1
55
3-40.3
3-2
4-30
29:49


Syr
18
28-19
303
24-41-1
34
4-42.3
1-1
9-65
30:11


No. 1 Ohio State 44, Indiana 3
Indiana 3 0 0 0 3
Ohio St. 7 21 10 6 44
First Quarter
Ind-FG Starr 34, 7:59.
OSU-Nicol 23 pass from T.Smith
(Pettrey kick), 2:55.
Second Quarter
OSU-Ginn Jr. 31 pass from T.Smith
(Pettrey kick), 14:52.
OSU-Gonzalez 5 pass from T.Smith
(Pettrey kick), 6:32.
OSU-Ballard 1 pass from T.Smith
(Pettrey kick), :20.
Third Quarter
OSU-Nicol 38 pass from Ginn Jr.
(Pettrey kick), 9:04.
OSU-FG Pettrey 51, :25.
Fourth Quarter
OSU-C.Wells 12 run (kick failed), 7:04.
A-105,267.
Ind OSU
First downs 16 25
Rushes-yards 28-7 39-270
Passing 158 270
Comp-Att-Int 20-35-2 17-25-0
Return Yards 40 49
Punts-Avg. 8-42.6 3-42.3
Fumbles-Lost 3-0 1-1
Penalties-Yards 5-30 4-40
Time of Possession 30:47 29:13
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Indiana, McCray 12-13,
B.Powers 2-7, Thigpen 1-0, Payton 2-
(minus 3), Lewis 11-(minus 10). Ohio St.,
Pittman 16-105, C.Wells 10-65, M.Wells 9-
62, T.Smith 4-38.
PASSING-Indiana, Lewis 15-28-0-106,
B.Powers 5-7-2-52. Ohio St., T.Smith 15-
23-0-220, Ginn Jr. 1-1-0-38, Boeckman 1-
1-0-12.
RECEIVING-Indiana, Hardy 6-45, Polk
4-18, Gilmore 3-54, Ja.Bailey 2-21, Fisher
2-8, Means 1-17, Sears 1-(minus 1),
McCray 1-(minus 4). Ohio St., Ginn Jr. 5-
72, Gonzalez 4-69, Nicol 2-61, Robiskie 2-
34, Pittman 1-22, Hall 1-12, Ballard 1-1,
Dukes 1-(minus 1).
No. 2 Michigan 20, Iowa 6
Iowa 0 0 6 0- 6
Michigan 0 3 7 10- 20
Second Quarter
Mich-FG Rivas 20, 7:13.
Third Quarter
lowa-FG Schlicher 34, 10:06.
Mich-Hart 9 run (Rivas kick), 6:36.
Iowa-FG Schlicher 22, 2:11.
Fourth Quarter
Mich-FG Rivas 37, 12:55.
Mich-Hart 10 run (Rivas kick), 3:59.
A-110,923.


First downs
Rushes-yards
Passing
Comp-Att-Int
Return Yards
Punts-Avg.
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession


Ala
11
30-53
158
13-29-0
109
9-41.2
0-0
4-37
30:53


Tenn
17
21-57
302
28-46-3
104
4-44.3
2-0
5-30
29:07


INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Alabama, Johns 3-37,
Darby 14-26, D.Hall 1-5, T.Castille 3-2,
McClain 1-0, J.Wilson 8-(minus 17).
Tennessee, A.Foster 11-34, Coker 5-12,
Hardesty 2-9, Ainge 3-2.
PASSING-Alabama, J.Wilson 13-29-0-,
158. Tennessee, Ainge 28-46-3-302.
RECEIVING-Alabama, D.Hall 7-102,
Oakley 4-28, Johns 1-16, Stover 1-12.
Tennessee, B.Smith 7-95, Meachem 6-87,
A.Foster 5-42, Swain 3-37, Briscoe 3-22,
Taylor 1-7, C.Brown 1-6, B.Cottam 1-4,
Anderson 1-2.
No. 8 Auburn 38, Tulane 13
Tulane 7 3 3 0 13
Auburn 7 17 7 7 38
First Quarter
Aub-Lester 2 run (Vaughn kick), 9:02.
Tul-D.Davis 23 pass from Ricard
(Thevenot kick), 6:05.
Second Quarter
Aub-Trott 27 pass from Cox (Vaughn
kick), 14:51.
Aub-T.Smith 6 pass from Cox (Vaughn
kick), 12:07.
Tul-FG Thevenot 21, :16.
Aub-FG Vaughn 45, :00.
Third Quarter
Aub-Taylor 23 pass from Cox (Vaughn
kick), 2:20.
Tul-FG Thevenot 31, :12.
Fourth Quarter
Aub-Tate 1 run (Vaughn kick), 9:52.
A-79,837.
Tul Aub
First downs 18 19
Rushes-yards 27-106 41-220
Passing 283 212
Comp-Att-Int 20-39-1 16-19-0
Return Yards 0 57
Punts-Avg. 4-38.0 2-55.0
Fumbles-Lost 3-2 1-1
Penalties-Yards 6-45 4-35
Time of Possession 29:41 30:19
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Tulane, Forte 21-117,
Anderson 1-2, Ricard 5-(minus 13).
Auburn, Tate 26-156, T.Smith 5-44, Lester
6-23, Turman 1-1, Cox 2-(minus 1), Team
1-(minus 3).
PASSING-Tulane, Ricard 20-39-1-283.
Auburn, Cox 16-19-0-212.
RECEIVING-Tulane, P.Brown 9-139,
D.Davis 8-126, Ratcliff 2-9, B.King 1-9.
Auburn, Taylor 5-63, Rodriguez 2-27,
T.Smith 2-22, McKenzie 2-11, R.Smith 2-4,
Lester 1-36, Trott 1-27, Guess 1-22.
No. 10 Notre Dame 20, UCLA 17
UCLA 0 14 0 3 17
Notre Dame 7 3 3 7 20
First Quarter
ND-Samardzija 2 pass from B.Quinn
(Gioia kick), 4:04.
Second Quarter
UCLA-Everett 54 pass from P.Cowan
(Medlock kick), 13:42.
UCLA-Snead 36 pass from P.Cowan
(Medlock kick), 7:18.
ND-FG Gioia 20, :00.
Third Quarter
ND-FG Gioia 33, 1:50.
Fourth Quarter
UCLA-FG Medlock 29, 7:19.
ND-Samardzija 45 pass from B.Quinn
(Gioia kick), :27.
A-80,795.


First downs
Rushes-yards
Passing
Comp-Att-int
Return Yards
Punts-Avg.
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession


UCLA
12
28-26
217
16-32-1
25
6-46.5
1-1
8-55
25:46


ND
20
35-41
304
27-45-0
5
7-39.0
1-1
6-50
34:14


INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-UCLA, Markey 19-32, Bell
2-9, Chan.Moline 1-3, P.Cowan 6-(minus
18). Notre Dame, Walker 21-53, B.Quinn
14-(minus 12).
PASSING-UCLA, P.Cowan 16-32-1-
217. Notre Dame, B.Quinn 27-45-0-304.
RECEIVING-UCLA, Everett 6-102,
J.Taylor 3-39, Markey 2-8, Snead 1-36,
Ketchum 1-13, Breazell 1-9, Chan.Moline


1-7, Baumgartner 1-3. Notre Dame,
Samardzija 8-118, Grimes 8-79, Carlson 4-
57, Walker 4-22, McKnight 3-28.
No. 11 Cal. 31, Washington 24, OT
Washington 3 7 0 14 0 24
California 0 3 10 11 7 31
First Quarter
Wash-FG Braunstein 33, 9:42.
Second Quarter
Wash-Russo 49 pass from Bonnell
(Braunstein kick), :47.
Cal-FG Schneider 21, :02.
Third Quarter
Cal-Forsett 1 run (Schneider kick),
10:31.
Cal-FG Schneider 50. 4-41.
-curth Quarter
Wash-Bonnell 7 iun (Braunstein kick),
14:13.
Cal-FG Schneider 29, 10:21.
Cal-Lynch 17 run (Forsett run), 1:52.
Wash-Wood 40 pass from Bonnell
(Braunstein kick), :00.
Overtime
Cal-Lynch 22 run (Schneider kick).
A-58,534.


INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Louisville, Ko.Smith 16-165,
Allen 10-45, Stripling 4-25, Bolen 2-7,
Douglas 1-7, Brohm 3-(minus 26).
Syracuse, Brinkley 10-35, D.Carter 9-13,
Patterson Jr. 9-(minus 29).
PASSING-Louisville, Brohm 18-26-1-
203. Syracuse, Patterson Jr. 24-38-1-303,
Team 0-3-0-0.
RECEIVING-Louisville, Douglas 6-72,
Urrutia 5-48, Stripling 2-36, Ko.Smith 2-11,
Barnidge 1-30, P.Carter 1-8, Allen 1-(minus
2). Syracuse, Ferron 7-88, M.Williams 5-
98, Moss III 5-68, Brinkley 4-49, Chiara 1-
6, Don.Davis 1-2, Patterson Jr. 1-(minus 8).
No. 7 Tennessee 16, Alabama 13
Alabama 3 3 7 0 13
Tennessee 0 3 3 10 16
First Quarter
Ala-FG Christensen 24, 2:38.
Second Quarter
Tenn-FG Wilhoit II 27, 6:26.
Ala-FG Christensen 18, 1:40.
Third Quarter
Tenn-FG Wilhoit II 47, 8:35.
Ala-T.Castille 2 run (Christensen kick),
:58.
Fourth Quarter
Tenn-FG Wilhoit II 27, 8:18.
Tenn-A.Foster 1 run (Wilhoit II kick),
3:28.
A-106,695.


Wash
18
36-162
284
17-31-5
8
4-42.0
1-0
2-9
28:01


Cal
22
35-195
291
21-36-0
92
5-41.2
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Ore-Sanders 6 fumble return (pass
failed), 14:12.
Ore-Kent 4 pass from Leaf (Martinez
kick), 7:37.
WSU-Tardy 1 run (Langley kick), 1:57.
Ore-Kent 36 pass from Leaf (Martinez
kick), :34.
A-35,117.
Ore WSU
First downs 25 20
Rushes-yards 31-104 41-193
Passing 367 179
Comp-Att-Int 28-47-2 20-23-1
Return Yards 0 30
Punts-Avg. 1-54.0 3-49.3
Fumbles-Lost 2-2 2-2
Penalties-Yards 8-45 4-35
Time of Possession 27:16 32:44
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Oregon, J.Johnson 12-63,
Stewart 11-28, Dixon 3-10, Leaf 4-6, Finley
1-(minus 3). Washington St., Tardy 20-145,
Hutsona 9-26, Brink 5-14, Woolridge 3-6,
Collins 3-3, Team 1-(minus 1).
PASSING-Oregon, Leaf 16-27-0-262,
Dixon 12-20-2-105. Washington St., Brink
20-23-1-179.
RECEIVING-Oregon, J.Williams 9-163,
B.Paysinger 9-88, Kent 4-50, Finley 3-21,
J.Johnson 2-30, Rosario 1-15. Washington
St., Bumpus 8-74, J.Hill 4-41, Collins 3-57,
Tardy 3-6, Gibson 1-1, Hutsona 1-0.


No. 18 Boise St. 42, Idaho 26
Boise St. 7 14 7 14 42
Idaho 14 0 6 6 26
First Quarter
Id-Octave 4 pass from Wichman
(Amancio kick), 10:10.
Boi-Naanee 61 pass from Zabransky
(Montgomery kick), 5:10.
Id-Smith-Anderson 18 pass from
Wichman (Amancio kick), 1:04.
Second Quarter
Boi-I.Johnson 8 run (Montgomery kick),
10:22.
Boi-Schouman 3 pass from Zabransky
(Montgomery kick), 4:11.
Third Quarter
Id-FG Amancio 29, 10:32.
Boi-I.Johnson 18 run (Montgomery
kick), 7:05.
Id-FG Amancio 25, 1:30.
Fourth Quarter
Id-Haynes 41 pass from Wichman
(pass failed), 7:05.
Boi-l.Johnson 4 run (Montgomery kick),
5:02.
Boi-I.Johnson 12 run (Montgomery
kick), 1:28.
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First downs
Rushes-yards
Passing
Comp-Att-Int
Return Yards
Punts-Avg.
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession


BoDUI
17
37-208
145
10-23-1
42
6-35.5
3-0
5-50
28:50


dI
20
28-69
328
24-45-2
82
5-42.8
1-0
8-67
31:10


INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Washington, Rankin 22-88,
Bonnell 9-64, James 4-11, Russo 1-(minus
1). California, Lynch 21-150, Forsett 11-33,
Hawkins 1-19, Storer 1-0, Longshore 1-
(minus 7).
PASSING-Washington, Bonnell 17-31-
5-284. California, Longshore 21-36-0-291.
RECEIVING-Washington, Russo 3-91,
Rob.Lewis 3-36, C.Williams 3-29,
Shackelford 2-63, Ellis 2-12, Wood 1-40,
Kirton 1-8, Rankin 1-5, James 1-0.
California, Hawkins 6-99, Lynch 4-53,
Jordan 4-23, Jackson 3-40, Cr.Stevens 2-
61, Forsett 1-11, Storer 1-4.
No. 12 Clemson 31,
No. 13 Ga. Tech 7
Georgia Tech 0 0 0 7 7
Clemson 0 7 10 14 31
Second Quarter
Clem-Jam.Davis 2 run (Dean kick),
11:49.
Third Quarter
Clem-FG Dean 25, 11:06.
Clem-Spiller 50 run (Dean kick), :58.
Fourth Quarter
GaT-J.Johnson 35 pass from Ball (Bell
kick), 13:31.
Clem-Spiller 50 pass from Proctor
(Dean kick), 11:37.
Clem-Jam.Davis 5 run (Dean kick),
7:29.
A-83,000.
GaT Clem
First downs 12 13
Rushes-yards 37-88 38-321
Passing 117 105
Comp-Att-Int 12-25-1 7-16-1
Return Yards 29 4
Punts-Avg. 7-45.9 5-48.0
Fumbles-Lost 2-0 1-1
Penalties-Yards 7-65 6-48
Time of Possession 32:19 27:41
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Georgia Tech, Choice 15-
48, J.Evans 6-29, Ball 12-8, R.Grant 3-7,
C.Johnson 1-(minus 4). Clemson,
Jam.Davis 21-216, Spiller 16-116, Proctor
1-(minus 11).
PASSING-Georgia Tech, Ball 12-25-1-
117. Clemson, Proctor 7-16-1-105.
RECEIVING-Georgia Tech, J.Johnson
7-75, Dunlap 2-21, Matthews 2-18, Choice
1-3. Clemson, Grisham 2-25, Ford 2-7,
Spiller 1-50, A.Kelly 1-17, Hunter 1-6.
No. 15 Arkansas 38, Ole Miss 3
Mississippi 0 3 0 0 3
Arkansas 14 7 7 10 38
First Quarter
Ark-Jones 100 kickoff return (J.Davis
kick), 14:42.
Ark-McFadden 4 run (J.Davis kick),
9:43.
Second Quarter
Ark-Hillis 1 run (J.Davis kick), 8:27.
Miss-FG Shene 27, 2:34.
Third Quarter
Ark-McFadden 70 pass from Mustain
(J.Davis kick), 1:06.
Fourth Quarter
Ark-FG J.Davis 44, 11:56.
Ark-Crawford 45 pass from Dick
(J.Davis kick), 9:16.
A-73,445.
Miss Ark
First downs 14 15
Rushes-yards 31-102 37-141
Passing 143 205
Comp-Att-Int 13-36-0 14-18-0
Return Yards 28 0
Punts-Avg. 6-36.8 4-35.8
Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-0
Penalties-Yards 5-29 5-45
Time of Possession 32:25 27:35
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Mississippi, Green-Ellis 20-
79, Eason 4-10, B.Hall 2-8, Schaeffer 5-5.
Arkansas, McFadden 17-65, Jones 9-51,
Mic.Smith 8-21, Hillis 2-7, Mustain 1-
(minus 3).
PASSING-Mississippi, Schaeffer 11-
30-0-118, Adams 2-6-0-25. Arkansas,
Mustain 12-15-0-157, Dick 2-3-0-48.
RECEIVING-Mississippi, M.Hicks 4-88,
Hodge 2-25, M.Green 2-(minus 2), Hough
2-(minus 2), Suggs 1-19, B.Hall 1-11,
M.Wallace 1-4. Arkansas, Hillis 6-43,
Cleveland 3-15, McFadden 2-85, Crawford
1-45, Monk 1-15, Jones 1-2.
Wash. St. 34, No. 16 Oregon 23
Oregon 0 3 0 20 23
Washington St. 0 13 14 7 34
Second Quarter
WSU-Collins 8 pass from Brink (kick
blocked), 11:13.
Ore-FG Martinez 35, 4:49.
WSU-J.Hill 16 pass from Brink
(Langley kick), :32.
Third Quarter
WSU-Collins 1 run (Langley kick), 9:37.
WSU-Brackenridge 24 interception
return (Langley kick), 9:11.


First downs
Rushes-yards
Passing
Comp-Att-Int
Return Yards
Punts-Avg.
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession


Col
5
30-74
39
3-14-1
1
6-35.5
4-1
3-20
23:16


Okl
17
49-166
105
17-26-0
-1
5-32.6
2-1
5-35
36:44


INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Colorado, Be.Jackson 10-
54, Holliday 10-23, Charles 6-2, P.Williams
3-0, Team 1-(minus 5). Oklahoma, Patrick
35-110, Thompson 5-26, Gutierrez 5-18,
Chr.Brown 4-12.
PASSING-Colorado, Be.Jackson 3-14-
1-39. Oklahoma, Thompson 17-26-0-105.
RECEIVING-Colorado, Crawford 1-22,
DeVree 1-11, P.Williams 1-6. Oklahoma,
Kelly 7-64, Finley 2-22, Zaslaw 2-12,
M.Johnson 2-11, Iglesias 2-(minus 4),
Eldridge 1-3, Gutierrez 1-(minus 3).
No. 21 Wisconsin 24, Purdue 3
Wisconsin 0 10 7 7 24
Purdue 3 0 0 0 3
First Quarter
Pur-FG Summers 47, 5:16.
Second Quarter
Wis-Hill Jr. 1 run (Mehlhaff kick), 8:13.
Wis-FG Mehlhaff 51, 1:15.
Third Quarter
Wis-Hill Jr. 3 run (Mehlhaff kick), 4:38.
Fourth Quarter .. 1
Wis-L.Smith 8 run (Mehlhaff kick), 5:11.
A-58,111.
Wis Pur
First downs 19 18
Rushes-yards 46-241 24-99
Passing 201 187
Comp-Att-Int 13-22-1 20-40-1
Return Yards 26 24
Punts-Avg. 4-48.0 6-39.2
Fumbles-Lost 2-0 1-0
Penalties-Yards 4-25 4-39
Time of Possession 35:02 24:58
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Wisconsin, Hill Jr. 29-161,
Rowan 5-46, L.Smith 3-21, Stocco 7-11,
Minton 1-3, Team 1-(minus 1). Purdue,
Taylor 8-46, Sheets 9-42, Painter 6-6,
Bryant 1-5.
PASSING-Wisconsin, Stocco 13-21-1-
201, DeBauche 0-1-0-0. Purdue, Painter
20-40-1-187.
RECEIVING--Wisconsin, Hubbard 4-80,
Beckum 4-68, Swan 2-36, Hill Jr. 2-17,
Rowan 1-0. Purdue, Orton'6-83, Bryant 5-
33, Keller 3-26, Taylor 2-22, Lymon 2-14,
Chattams 2-9.
No. 22 Boston College 24,
Florida State 19
Boston College 0 21 3 0 24
Florida St. 0 10 0 9- 19
Second Quarter
FSU-FG Cismesia 28, 13:28.
BC-Toal 1 run (Aponavicius kick), 6:07.
FSU-Carr 22 pass from Weatherford
(Cismesia kick), 4:09.
BC-Whitworth 6 run (Aponavicius kick),
:51.
BC-Tribble 36 interception return
(Aponavicius kick), :20.
Third Quarter
BC-FG Aponavicius 26, 7:18.
Fourth Quarter
FSU-Weatherford 1 run (Cismesia
kick), 13:36.
FSU-Safety, :27.


A-83,043.

First downs
Rushes-yards
Passing
Comp-Att-Int
Return Yards
Punts-Avg.
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession


BC
16
32-60
262
16-26-1
55
4-41.8
1-1
6-26
28:29


FSU
9
21-28
326
32-48-2
55
4-47.5
2-1
5-35
31:31


INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Boston College, Whitworth
18-53, Callender 7-24, Toal 4-6, Team 1-
(minus 10), Ryan 2-(minus 13). Florida St.,
Weatherford 13-12, Booker 2-10, Surratt1-
8, An.Smith 4-2; Shaw 1-(minus 4). 4
PASSING-Boston College, Ryan 16-
26-1-262. Florida St., Weaihnrford 22-48-
2-326.
RECEIVING-Boston College,
Challenger 4-41, B.Robinison 3-6.7,
Gonzalez 3-63, Purvis 2-34, Whitworth 2-
25, Ross 1-25, Megwa 1-7. Florida St.,
C.Davis 10-100, Booker 8-75, An.Srmith 6-
62, Carr 3-41, Piurowski 3-23, Shaw 1-14,
Fagg 1-11.
No. 24 Missouri 41, Kansas SL 21
Kansas St. 7 0 7 7 21
Missouri 3 14 17 7 41
First Quarter
KSt-Diles 43 fumble return (Snodgrass
kick), 14:30.
Mo-FG Wolfert 30, 2:14.
Second Quarter
Mo-Rucker 14 pass from Daniel
(Wolfert kick), 8:33.
Mo-Franklin 52 pass from Daniel
(Wolfert kick), 2:40.
Third Quarter
Mo-Saunders 3 pass from Daniel
(Wolfert kick), 10:07.
Mo-FG Wolfert 20, 6:50. ..
Mo-Overstreet 41 fumble return
(Wolfert kick), 5:30.
KSt-L.Patton 15 run (Snodgrass kick),
1:34.
Fourth Quarter
Mo-Ch.Coffman 15 pass from Daniel
(Wolfert kick), 12:37.
KSt-J.Johnson 9 run (Snodgrass kick),
2:53.
A-64,657.


First downs
Rushes-yards
Passing
Comp-Att-Int
Return Yards
Punts-Avg.
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession


KSt
19
47-262
63
5-20-2
20
4-35.8
4-2
5-45
29:00


Mo
24
37-171
262
24-31=0
21
3-42.0
2-2
7-54
31:00


INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Kansas St., J.Johnson 20-
127, L.Patton 18-112, Freeman 9-23.
Missouri, Temple 9-62, Daniel 13-47,
J.Jackson 4-36, Goldsmith 4-31,
Ekwerekwu 2-4, Team 1-(minus 1),
B.Coleman 4-(minus 8).
PASSING-Kansas St., Freeman 5-19-
2-63, Meier 0-1-0-0. Missouri, Daniel 24-
31-0-262.
RECEIVING-Kansas St., L.Patton 2-
38, Norwood 1-10, Figurs 1-10, Moreira 1-
5. Missouri, Ch.Coffman 6-75, Saunders 6-
51, Franklin 5-87, Rucker 3-18,
Ekwerekwu 1-13, Goldsmith 1-11, J.Perty
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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Boise St., I.Johnson 27-
183, Perretta 3-39, Denton 2-6, Naanee 1-
2, Team 1-(minus 2), Zabransky 3-(minus
20). Idaho, Bird 11-50, Wichman 7-24,
Lumbala 1-2, Ford 3-(minus 3), Flowers 6-
(minus 4).
PASSING-Boise St., Zabransky 10-22-
1-145, Naanee 0-1-0-0. Idaho, Wichman
24-45-2-328.
RECEIVING-Boise St., Rabb 3-59,
James 2-13, Naanee 1-61, Denton 1-8,
Schouman 1-3, Perretta 1-1, I.Johnson 1-
0. Idaho, Haynes 6-96, Smith-Anderson 5-
68, Octave 4-33, Flowers 3-60, Ikharo 2-
24, Komar 2-11, Fry 1-40, Ford 1-(minus
4).
No. 19 Rutgers 20, Pittsburgh 10
Rutgers 3 3 7 7 20
Pittsburgh 0 0 3 7 10
First Quarter
Rut-FG Ito 32, 1:28.
Second Quarter
Rut-FG Ito 21, :29.
Third Quarter
Pitt-FG C.Lee 46, 10:59.
Rut-Underwood 7 pass from Teel (Ito
kick), :18.
Fourth Quarter
Pitt-Turner 8 pass from Palko (C.Lee
kick), 13:23.
Rut-Rice 1 run (Ito kick), 11:13.
A-49,620.
Rut Pitt
First downs 17 12
Rushes-yards 48-268 26-67
Passing 72 169
Comp-Att-Int 10-18-0 16-26-0
Return Yards 23 15
Punts-Avg. 5-45.0 6-43.0
Fumbles-Lost 2-0 2-1
Penalties-Yards 2-15 8-53
Time of Possession 34:27 25:33
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Rutgers, Rice 39-225,
Leonard 8-42, Young 1-1. Pittsburgh,
Stephens-Howling 12-55, C.Collins 3-7,
Palko 11-5.
PASSING-Rutgers, Teel 10-18-0-72.
Pittsburgh, Palko 16-26-0-169.
RECEIVING-Rutgers, Underwood 5-
41, C.Harris 3-30, Leonard 2-1. Pittsburgh,
Kinder 6-70, Turner 3-25, Stephens-
Howling 2-26, Buches 2-23, Strong 1-18,
Pestano 1-9, C.Collins 1-(minus 2).
No. 20 Oklahoma 24, Colorado 3
Colorado 0 0 0 3 3
Oklahoma 10 0 0 14 24
First Quarter
Oki-M.Johnson 3 pass from Thompson
(Hartley kick), 7:49.
Okl-FG Hartley 46, :04.
Fourth Quarter
OkI-Patrick 2 run (Hartley kick), 10:26.
Col-FG Crosby 39, 6:13.
Okl-Chr.Brown 4 run (Hartley kick), :17.
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Pirates' Greer, Dixon sweep Crystal River Invitational


LARRY BUGG
For the Chronicle


Danielle Dixon and Joe Greer ran
hard on Crystal River's rocky road
even though neither Pirates distance
runners had real competition.
Both Dixon and Greer won individ-
ual titles Saturday at the Crystal
River Invitational Cross Country
Meet.
Dixon ran a 21:24 to win the girls
race. Teammate Kristen Hall was
2nd, running an even 22 minutes.
The Pirates had four of the top five
as the Pirate girls had 17 points to
win the team title. Brooksville
.Central High was second with 60
points. Central was missing its top
runner, Elizabeth McGeehan, who is
out with calf problems. Caroline
Northup led the Bears with a 5th
place and a 23:33.


Seven Rivers Christian School was
third with 71 points. The Warriors
scored well despite missing top run-
ners Chloe Benoist and Paige Cooke.
Benoist and Cooke were playing soc-
cer that morning.
Dixon ran alone for most of her
race.
"It felt like practice," said Dixon. "I
wish Chloe was here. It is definitely
good. It's a change of pace. We are
expecting to make a name for our-
selves at districts."
The Pirates girls coach was
impressed with her runners' effort
"They all ran pretty well," said
Crystal River girls coach Lisa Carter.
"We were expecting (Ocala) Trinity
Catholic to show but they didn't. This
is a tough course. There's a lot of
sand, lots of rocks. Those are good
times for them."
Seven Rivers runner Jasmine Grey


led the Warriors with a 6th-place fin-
ish and a time of 24:03.
"They all ran well," Seven Rivers
coach Kerri Kitchen said of her girls.
Greer won the boys race with a
16:54. Teammate Brennon McNally
was second with a time of 17:31.
"This is a hard practice," said
Greer. "Those rocks are tough. It is my
best (time) on this course. I ran a 17:08
last year on this course. I feel great. I
went to the chiropractor (Dr. Owen
Twiner). He cracked my neck and
back I haven't had any headaches for
four or five days."
The Pirate coach felt the meet
served its purpose of warming the
runners up for districts.
"It is a low-key meet," said Crystal
River coach Tim Byrne. "It's to get the
kids a good hard run and get the kids
ready for Thursday. Everybody is as
healthy as they can be. Joe ran excep-


tionally well. Mike Rabold ran well.
John Thompson ran well."
The meet was essentially the last
tuneup for the Pirates before their
District 2A-3 meet Thursday at
McKethan Lake.
The Pirates will face state-ranked
Hernando High plus Lecanto and
Citrus. The girls will race at 5:30 p.m.
and the boys race at 6 p.m. on the flat
course.
Crystal River Invitational Cross
Country meet results
Girls team scores
1. Crystal River 17; 2. Brooksville
Central 60; 3. Seven Rivers 71.
Girls Top 10 Individuals
1. Danielle Dixon, Crystal River, 21:24;
2. Kristen Hall, Crystal River, 22:00; 3.
Sasha Jaquith, Crystal River, 22:34; 4.


Melissa Schmidt, Crystal River, 23:19; 5.
Caroline Northup, Central 23:33; 6.
Jasmine Grey, Seven Rivers, 24:03; 7. Lori
Carter, Crystal River, 24:06; 8. Elizabeth
Patrias, Zephyrhills, 24:17; 9. Lacey Gash,
Seven Rivers, 24:35; 10. Jamie McCarter,
Central, 24:44.
Boys team scores
1. Crystal River 15; 2. Central 47: 3.
Zephyrhills NTS
Boys Top 10 Individuals
1. Joe Greer, Crystal River, 16:54; 2.
Brennon McNally, Crystal River, 17:31; 3.
Blair Beeler, Crystal River,17:42; 4. Eric
Hughes, Crystal River, 17:51; 5. Mike
Rabold, Crystal River, 18:01; 6. Alex
Yettaw, Central 18:09; 7. Brandon
Kempton, Crystal River, 18:11; 8. Shadi
Toro, Central, 18:18; 9. John Thompson,
Crystal River 18:22; 10. Brad Henderson,
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The Citrus Memorial building has evolved quite significantly since its beginnings as a 17,000-square-foot facility in 1957. Citrus Memorial is now a 198-
bed, not-for-profit/private community hospital. As it enters its 50th year, the totality of the organization's services, of which the hospital is the center-
piece, goes under the name of Citrus Memorial Health Systems.

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OUTTHE
WINDOW


Is this a

campaign

or divorce?
ost people can look at
a messy divorce and
wonder if the brains
have dribbled out of the bat-
tling participants. ,
Perfectly sane people
become self-centered and
illogical once they enter
divorce court.
When there are children
involved, some divorces can
become so completely petty
and vindictive that the chil-
dren live with the psychologi-
cal fallout for the rest of their
lives.
The irony is that the bat-
tling parents will often pro-
claim they are fighting for the
well-being of the very chil-
dren they are damaging. And
if you're a friend of one or
both of the divorcing parties,
you run like heck to get away
from being forced to take
sides.
That is what it's like watch-
ing U.S. Rep. Ginny Brown-
Waite and Democratic chal-
lenger John Russell do battle
this election season.
They are the battling par-
ents and we are the psycholog-
ically damaged children.
Just like some divorcing par-
ents, these two candidates
have been yelling at each other
sd long that few people can
'teimember how the bad blood
Please see W /Page 3C


Memorial Health S.%stenis

January 2006, Citrus
receied the Outstanding
Coniniunit Business Award
ril-oni the Citrus County
Chamber of Commerce. In September
2006. Citrus Memorial received the
OUt.standing EmployerAward from the
Economic bevelopment Council . . . .
In 2007, Citrus Memorial will cele-
brate.50ears orser0ce to the peopleor Joseph S.
CILYUSCOUnt and SUJI-OUndingconin-m- G 11i I
nities. This important milestone is per- CO L11
sonalIN significant to me and ni.N ranifly
ror a number or reasons.
Belbre 1957, Our residenL, %% ho needed hospital
care had to 11-dvel to Ocala, Brooksville or even
Tampa ror hospital-based health services Babies
were born at home or were delivered in surround-
ilig hospitals.
A group or local people realized Citrus Count)-
needed and deserved its 0%% n hospital. W'e could
not attract physicians uriles- we had a ho'spital
here for them to take care of their patients.
ININ (Mier, George Houston Bran-nen Sr, %%as one
of tfiese men who %%orked a number or.Nears to
hae the state of' Florida approve a lio-spital tbr
Citrus Counti. He %%as chairman or Citrus
Memorial when it %%as built in 1957.
The board consisted or nly raffier, Benjamin W
Jones. %%-illiani L. Spive, John H. Williams and
Elmo Reed
The oriainal actixe medical starfin 1957 consist-
ed ot'Affred G. Brown Jr. Al D., Conrad F Ernst,
NID, Porter J. Hudson. 11I.D.. Jere %V. Kirkpatrick,
1M.D.. Samuel R. Miller Jr. NI.D.. and Gail M.
OsterhOUt. NI.D., and die administrator of the hos-
pital %%a-;J. D Amold


I remember those days, and I walked
through the hospital man.N Linies with
my rather%% hile the hospital was under
consLruct-ion It opened with 2.5 beds, a
stingical suite, two labor rooms and a
delivery roorn, a numsen.. nurses'
lounge and cafeteria.
The intercom svstem consisted of 40
stations, which lired the 171,000 square
reet or floor space. At that ti me, I cou Id
Brannen not have i niagi ned that a 1 most 50 year,;
EST I ater, 1, too, wou I d be c ha i miaii of C itru s
Memorial.
The hospital has alwa.s enj(kNed the
support ofthe people OrCiLrUS County
.k,; I told the attendees at the EDC luncheon. I
believe there are three primar.N reactor that have
contributed to the hospital's success. First, the
hospital has 1,100 dedicated employees and
caregivers.
Second. a 912OLIP or verN capable. cat-mg and
competent physicians, past and present, utilize
CiLru, Memorial to care for their patients; and
third. a hardworking senior management team
that handles the daN-to-day operation--; or die hos-
pital.
Without these three gq-oups of individuals %%ork-
ing together. the hospital %%ould not have enjoed
as much -success as it has through the eai'S. The
enipl(kNees, the physicians and the senior manage-
nient richl v desere this recognition.
The business orhealth care is Much more coni-
plex and demanding than it was almost 20 eaj-s
ago Mien I first joined the hospital board. It
requires more time and attention today But it is
very gi-at i i ng %% ork
The hospital has been successffil. but We 1111.1-5t
tri% e to impro% e as %% e nio% e ahead. W'e need the


In 1957, Citrus Memorial Hospital had six staff
physicians.
support ofthe citizens OtTiti-LIS Count) no%% just as
we hae in the PaSL
W'e are currendy undertaking, die most costly
consti-tiction projiect in the histon of the hospital.
kkre a.re bU i Id i nP, a new bed tower. wh ich %% i I I take
us to 234 total Geds. Anticipated completion is in
late 2008.
1 ain ver.% prOUd of Cinis Memorial and what it
has meant to our coniniunitN and its residents I
told die tblks at the EDC gathering that my faLlier
wou Id be% er.N proud as well.
One lat t1iing I would like to shai-e. at Lhis Lime
i,; Lhat my ei-andson was born at Cit-rus Nleniorial
on Alarch 2)0, 2)(06 He %%as delkered in die nur--
ei), which was constructed under my dad's watch-
rul eye almost 50.%eats ago. Nl gTandson's name is
Houston INI. Brawien.

Joseph Si Brannen is i ice chairman and _gen-
eral counsel lbr Brannen Banks orFlorida Inc.


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Knowing what happened in
Beverly Hills, Chronicle pub-
lisher Gerry Mulligan warned
both camps not to exhibit that
type of behavior at Tuesday's
forum. And, for the most part,
people were as cordial as peo-
ple who can't stand the sight of
one another could be.
So life was as pleasant As a
Red Hat Society tea party.
Until the podcast interviews.
Bryan and I got a hold of
Russell and began the inter-
view. After a few moments, I
noticed these Brown-Waite

I.. Please see I -, /Page 3C


ished their debates. Seemed
simple enough.
Then someone I say it was
Murphy and he said it was me
- had this brilliant idea of
hauling John Russell and
Ginny Brown-Waite out into the
hallway for separate inter-
views right after they tore into
each other on stage.
Ha ha! That's be fun, we fig-
ured. Get them while the steam
is still pouring from their ears.
We'd edit these interviews and
have them available on our
Web site so that anyone could
watch them when the mood
strikes.


(Note to self: Never agree to
anything again with John
Murphy without a lawyer pres-
ent.)
We wanted Russell and
Brown-Waite for a reason.
Their congressional race has-
n't exactly been cordial. A near
riot broke out Oct 12 at the St
Petersburg ThneslBeverly
Hills Civic Association forum.
Brown-Waite supporters were
heckling Russell, who verbally
fought back in a scene that
smacked of professional
wrestling. Meanwhile, Russell
supporters booed Brown-Waite
every time she smiled.


the ChrozVele lite.
So when John
forum Tues- Murphy, our
day night in Crystal Internet exec, asked
Rivet; our Internet that I conduct some
folks thought it'd be podcast interviews,
fun 'to tape some I said, sure! As long
podcasts with candi- -14 as I wasn't writing
dates. Now, I would- about Mosquito
n't knowa podcast if Control Board can-
it came tip and pod- Mike Wright didates, all was fine.
Oed on my shoes. WRIGHT The idea was that
Fm still living in the ON -VWR9-';E-T cameraman Bryan
20th century. I rent a Lathan, and I would
home that's 90 years conduct these spon-
old and just two months ago taneous interviews in the hall-
broke my no-broadcast TV sab- way of the National Guard
batical by signing up for satel- Armory after candidates fin-


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Democracy

replaces a

consensus
political endorsements
are an exception to the
rule, when it comes to
the inner workings of the
Chronicle Editorial Board.
In our weekly editorial board
meetings, we typically review
20 to 30 stories that have been
in the news, then each member
of the board votes on which
subjects they'd like the collec-
tive board to discuss for the
purpose of composing editori-
als for the next seven days.
We pick the seven editorials
that got the most votes, then
discuss them. If there's not a
general consensus that the
direction of the editorial is
palatable to any one of us, we
toss it out and go to the next-
most-popular item. At the end
of the meeting, the editorials
are assigned to seven board
members to be written up.
While it's truly a consensus
approach, we do have to bal-
ance out minor differences of
opinion about the issues that
we concede we're in general
agreement on.
Enter: political endorse-
ments.
Endorsements are not the
result of a "we're-all-on-board-
with-this-candidate" scenario.
It's somewhat of a microcosm
of what's going on out in the
community. We politic each
other to defend our candidates

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EDITORIAL BOARD
Gerry Mulligan ............................ publisher
Charlie Brennan .................................editor
Neale Brennan ...... promotions/community affairs
Kathle Stewart .................circulation director
Mike Arnold ........................managing editor
John Murphy ..............classifieds/online leader
.. W1 Jim Hunter ............................ senior reporter
Founded in 1891 Curt Ebitz ...... ....................citizen member
by Albert M. Mac Harris ..........................guest member
Williamson Ron Miller ..... ................. guest member
"You may differ with my choice, but not my right to choose."
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lorida's gubernatorial race
features two candidates
from the Tampa Bay area
who have served the people of
Florida for close to two decades. Of
the two candidates, Republican
Charlie Crist is recommended over
Democrat Jim Davis.
Both Crist and Davis are politi-
cal centrists about the issues affect-
ing Floridians with only subtle dif-
ferences distinguishing their
stances. Absent a clear divide about
the issues, there are several factors
that indicate Crist will best serve
Florida as governor.
An acknowledged populist, Crist
has established a reputation for
being sensitive and responsive to
the interests of every-
day Floridians. Not THE I
surprisingly, he has
displayed an inclu- Flo
sive style of gover- gubernat
nance by proactively
reaching out to OUR 01
Florida's African-
American and. Cha.rli
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ties, as well as no-
party-affiliate voters YOUR OPli
with unprecedented chror,,:eoi
success. comment a
Possessing state ChroncIe
legislative and execu-
tive branch experience, he has a
firm grasp of the inner workings of
each branch and has shown an
appreciation for their constitution-
al differences. Also, his focused and
efficient campaign affirms his lead-
ership and organizational skills to
be a highly effective chief executive.
Since his early days as an elected
official, Crist has matured as a pub-
lic servant with his past brashness
tempered by a willingness to listen
and learn. This has imbued him
with an open mind that enables him
to view each issue with an objective
rather than a partisan eye.
Accordingly, it is not uncommon for
his stance on the issues to evolve


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with careful thought instead of
being rooted in political dogma.
Crist's Democratic opponent, Jim
Davis, has not only fallen short in
reaching out to the electorate but
has also failed to energize his base
to the point that some state
Democratic leaders are openly con-
cerned. His failure to connect with
the people, as well as his party's
faithful, casts a long shadow on his
ability to inspire popular support
for addressing the challenges facing
Florida.
Having been absent from the
state's political landscape since
elected to Congress in 1996 and lack-
ing executive branch experience,
Davis' knowledge of the inner work-
ings of Florida's state
;SUE: government and its
U: players does not match
ida Crist Further, Davis'
rial race. lackluster campaign
signals questionable
INION: leadership and organi-
zational skills essen-
Cris.,, tial for a chief execu-
option. five.
Lastly, as noted by a
ION: Go to Washington Post
'ne..:om to study, Davis' dubious
)out today> distinction of having
eaitoial. the second worst vot-
ing record in the
109th Congress is a concern. This
concern is heightened by Davis'
contention that many missed votes
were due to the demands of his
lackluster campaign for governor.
In this regrettable era of partisan-
charged politics, Crist says he wants
to be the people's governor. Given
his centrist views, inclusive style,
broad public experience, open-
minded approach and demonstrat-
ed leadership skills, he has dis-
played the potential to be a gover-
nor for all Floridians.
Thus, Charlie Crist is the best
choice for serving the broad inter-
ests of Florida's diverse population
as governor of Florida.


CHRONICLE ENDORSEMENTS
To date, the Citrus County Chronicle has endorsed the following candle.
dates in the Nov. 7 general election.
* U.S. House Ginny Brown-Waite
* Governor Charlie Crist
* County Commission Dist. 2 Gary Bartell
* County Commission Dist. 4 John Thrumston
* Crystal River mayor Poger Proffer
* Crystal River Council Seat 2 Phillip Price
* Inverness Council Seat 2 Jacquie Hepier
* Inverness Council Seat 5 Thomas Johnson
M Inverness Charter Amend. 1 Yes
* Inverness Charter Amend. 2 Yes


More drug testing
I think that the state
should require nursing
homes to have drug test-
ing before they are hired. I
work in a nursing home
right here in Inverness and
they are not required to be
.tested for drugs; only if,
they personally get hurt in
the facility. But I think all
employees should be drug
tested in a nursing home


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before they're allowed to work,
because they're handling the elder-
ly.
No to parkway
I'm calling in response to "Long
way off," in Monday's paper, regard-
ing the Suncoast Parkway. I'd just
like to say that I will be alive in 10


years, barring something
unusual. I totally agree
that the parkway should
not be built. I do not want
Citrus. County to look like
Pasco County or Hernando
County, if possible. The
person who wrote or spoke
"Long way off" is the selfish
person because they want
)579 everything their way and
05 I they want to destroy Citrus
County to make things
more convenient for their family.
Bikes and buses
I was wondering, aren't bicycles
supposed to stop for the school
bus? I just was curious because I
saw an incident the other day and
I'd like someone to tell me. I don't
want to call the motor vehicle
(bureau).


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OK drug testing
There appears to be a lot of dis-
senters who are objecting to drug test-
ing of high school athletes. Better
take a closer look at some of those
objecting and their motives.
If I am a non-user of drugs, I could
care less how often they ask me to
urinate in a paper cup.
The only thing they would find in
my system would be an Alka-Seltzer!
John E. Chambers
Inverness

Desperate homeowners
Homeowners are aware of the
unreasonable property tax burden,
but are not able to get the message to
the out-of-control, tax-and-spend
board of commissioners.
For more than 20 years, tax rev-
enues on single family residential has
increased through new construction
and inflation. From $64 million in
2005, to $97 million in 2006 a sicken-
ing increase of $33 million or 51.6 per-
cent in one year alone. The commis-
sioners have been marvelously capa-
ble of spending every penny and have
the 2006 monies (even the extra $33
million), spent before even collected!
At meetings, they hear true horror
stories, outrage, and a prediction of
the 10-year demise of Citrus County.
They listen through a haze of ennui,
mumble a few platitudes and later
decide quickly on a 1 mill decrease.
Wow! A whole dollar per thousand.
The $1,707.69 tax on my tiny 1,100
square foot hovel will drop to
$1,587.49.
In 1997, the state began a $25,000
senior exemption. Many counties
approved it, but not Citrus.
Commissioners unanimously rejected
it with the excuse that it would shift
the tax burden to the wrong people.
They ignore the fact that the 3 per-


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board of the newspaper.
Viewpoints depicted in political car-
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board, which meets weekly, should call
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cent save-our-homes cap had already
done that, and this exemption would
partially correct that, in favor of many
people on fixed and limited incomes.
Now Commissioner Damato and
Property Appraiser Hensley blame
Realtors for outrageous taxes.
Hensley states, "Real estate agent
increase property values." Then
explains that, "Homeowners put an
outrageously high price on their
home and a seller will buy it, begin-
ning the escalation process."
Being new here, I don't know the
backgrounds of Damato or Hensley,
but their comments have already
exposed their expertise shortcomings.
First, most home sales are transac-
tions between seller and buyer who
are under no pressure or urgency to
sell or buy, which determines true
market value.
Second, a bank appraiser ascer-
tains a value and the bank deter-
mines if the sale price is reasonable


for financing, without risk to them.
Thus any informed and reasonable
person must conclude that Realtors,
sellers and buyers have little in the
final say of value, or taxes!
Fred Miller
Hernando

Praise for deputy
Re: Khoung Phan article p. 4A
today
My hope is that no adverse action
will be taken against the two deputies
over a detained (not arrested) individ-
ual running away from them ("Man
eludes police while handcuffed,"
Sept 14).
The deputies were doing a fine job
as described in the article. Deputy
Conley was right and on the ball get-
ting backup and in questioning the
suspicious passenger in a speeding
vehicle he had stopped. What great
work by Conley to observe that the
detainee's eye color was different
than the color for the false identity he
was trying to assume. What more can
we ask of police enforcement?
The individual was handcuffed.
Who would expect him to run and to
outrun the deputies? "...to see if the
deputies involved ... would be disci-
plined, sent to remedial training...,"
etc., for doing good police work is
really sad to me.
I have encountered Deputy Conley
personally more than once. He has
shown me to be a dedicated, hard-
working deputy with our community
welfare well in mind. He deserves
praise for the efforts I have seen, and,
in particular, praise for his work as
described in the news article. He cer-
tainly does not deserve discipline or
remedial training for doing thorough,
aggressive, police work.
Sam Williams
Homosassa


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Ancient architecture, good food were fascinating


F fascinating were created thou-
seems to be sands of years ago
the single and we delighted in
best word to moussaka, baklava
describe Greece. and calamari.
Whether one is con- We spent the first
sidering the current, two days in Athens,
modern ethnicity or taking in the
the ancient wonders, Acropolis and all it
it is fascinating. had to offer, includ-
During an 11-day Fred Brannen ing the Parthenon
period, Cheryl and I A SLICE and other historical
1 toured the mainland, OF LIFE landmarks. Not only
as well as some of the did "the city's high-
Greek islands. We visited exca- est point" offer a view of the
vation sites and ate at tavernas. ancient Greeks and their wor-
We marveled at the architec- ship of many gods, it also
ture and works of art which memorialized Mars Hill, the


spot where the Apostle Paul
preached and introduced them
to the one true and living God.
We visited the stadium which
was constructed for the first
modern Olympic games back in
1896, as well as the complex
which was created for the most
recent games held in 2004.
Initially, I was surprised by
something which should have
come as no surprise at all. At
first glance, I snickered to
myself that everyone must live
in a fraternity or sorority house
because all of the buildings
had markings similar to what
one would expect to find on a


college campus. Then, I real-
ized, not only did the buildings
bear Greek writings, but so did
the street signs and billboards.
Surprise! Greeks write every-
thing, including menus, with
Greek letters!
Speaking of menus, those
folks really know how to eat I
blew my healthy eating regi-
men and will have to work very
hard to take off at least eight
unwanted pounds, but, boy, was
it good going down. For exam-
ple:
Moussaka is a dish made
with ground meat (I trust it was
either beef or lamb), eggplant,


mashed potatoes and some
scrumptious spices.
Baklava is a desert made
with pastry, nuts and honey -
lots of honey.
Calamari is squid. It can be
broiled or fried, but if I'm going
to suffer guilt about eating such
a thing, I'm going all the way
and have it FRIED.
Just as it was with Greek let-
ters, I was in for a surprise con-
cerning calamari. While I was
munching away on something
very crunchy and quite tasty,
but which I didn't recognize,
my wife enlightened me with,
"Sweetheart, you're eating the


squid's head, how do you like
it?"
Oh, well, live and learn. It
was squid. Did it really make
any difference which end I was
eating?
Thought-provoking tours and
excruciatingly good food and
that was just the first 2 days!
Next week, we'll continue
the travelogue with a journey
to various other mainland
Grecian cities.

Fred Brannen is an
Inverness resident and
Chronicle columnist


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Take down signs
I would like to know who
you're supposed to call about
the political signs on the right
*of way on Halls River Road.
Some of these candidates that
are running are being trying to
be re-erected and they know
better than to put their signs
on the right of way. Now I've
already called Code Enforce-
ment and they came out, took
them out, took them off. And
-these same people put them
back up again. So, who do you
call now? I would like to know.
If they're doing things illegal
now, what are they doing when
they're in office?
Tax burden
I don't understand how sen-
iors move to our state and
!think they should get special
'tax breaks and put the burden
:on to the young people. We're
in a county that's probably 70
percent seniors. That means
we'd shift the tax burden to the


30 percent that these same
seniors write in about and
complain that they're not get-
ting paid enough. This seems
fair? I don't think so. Maybe
they're right that seniors
shouldn't pay-any taxes. But
they should stay in the state
that they lived in all their life
and where they paid taxes and
let them absorb the cost of
taking care of them, not move
to Florida, then demand to
have another $25,000 home-
'stead (exemption) and put the
burden on the young people.
This is very selfish and very
unfair.

Save the pennies
OK, people, it's time to- get
your heads together. Voting
time is just a few weeks away.
There's going to be commis-
sioners on the ballot. Keep in
mind, those are your friendly
folks who voted the 6-cent
raise in your gasoline tax. Just
add up in your minds, since


the beginning of the year, how
many gallons you've used,
which in some cases is quite a
bit. Multiply it by 6 cents and
in a lot of cases, that's at least
a tank of gas. For the people
that are saying, "Well, I can
afford that"...For every one of
you, there's five that can't
afford it. My grandfather had a
good saying: A penny saved is
a penny earned. So let's get
them bums out of there.
Renting space

This is to the person who
called in about my produce
stand at the fairgrounds: First
of all, you don't know any-
thing that you're talking
about. I pay rent every day
that I sit out there. Why don't
you mind your own business.
And you try sitting out there
in the heat and the rain. Take
those hot dog buns that you
want to sell and stick them in
your mouth. Mind your own
business.


Letters to the EDITOR


Reid's deals
The Harry Reid scandal is going t
and bigger as more of his deals are i
Where are the media's and the Dem
cries for his resignation? Where are
Republicans? Here is a man who wE
the Senate whip and he is up to his
shady land deals with a suspected n
This will make the Foley mess look
(excuse the pun) child's play. At leas
the story on page three. This should
page one news. Had he been a Repu
would have been.



Gentle people
A living manifestation of the wor
can be found in Lancaster County, ]
Amish are often referred to as quie
tle, plain people as they are portra:
James Warner in his books, "The G
People" and "The Quiet Land." Bot
contain photographs taken by Jame
one of the few photographers allow
their community. He describes their
as one of "peace and serenity" and
as having "complete loyalty to theii
The authentic, peace-loving Amish
ty attends to their business and lea
side world alone, only asking that t
left alone.
Liberals would have us believe IE
jihads are also peace-loving people
alone they will leave us alone. Ame
ed the terrorists according to argur
daily broadcast news and "reports"
ful elitists. However, this advanced
ory didn't shield the Amish when a
came into their community and mu
their children. No amount of appeal
protected these-peopte-who afe the
innocent of the innocent citizenry c
If you believe the talking heads t
Muslims, the word Amish could eas
stituted with Islam in this text Givi
interpretation, the Amish should n(
town and cut the heads off all "Eng
they refer to outsiders, demonstrate
streets, bomb public buildings and
random acts of mass violence to pr
are a peace-loving people.
In the days ahead, we will see ho
peaceful people behave. Without se
for the community, they will be inv,
vision crews, helicopters, reporter
cameras and microphones none


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unearthed.
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have been
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accepted by the Amish religion or faith. None
of these free speech Liberals will have any
consideration for the Amish way of life or their
desire for privacy and right to mourn with dig-
nity. Yet, the dignified Amish will go on-with
their lives, mourn for their innocent children
and console each other. They have no need for
psychologists, talk show analysts or bit TV per-
sonalities they will peacefully continue on....
Shirley Sanservino
Inverness


Stay good and great
Bill Grosze If America keeps going the way it is, in
Homosassa another generation we will become a Third
World country with a dictator instead of a
democracy. A wise man (from England, I
believe) once said, '"America is a great country
d peace because it is good. If it ever ceases to be good;
Pa. The it will cease to be great"
t and gen- During the past 45 years, we have encour-
yed by aged sloth, we have fostered immorality, and \
gentle we have made a mockery of our justice system,
th books The constitution has been interpreted to mean
es Warner, something entirely different from what our
red lifesnto founding fathers intended.

the people Our schools have been severely corrupted.
r faith." History books are being rewritten to teach our
communi- children disrespect for our ancestors. By tak-
ves the out- ing God out of our classrooms, we are also tak-
hey too are ing morality away as well. You cannot teach
honesty, integrity and fair play without men-
tioning the supreme authority for those things.
slamic Our country was founded on Judeo-Christian
and left ethics which are bound up in the Ten
irica creat- Commandments. The "separation of church
ments on and state" nonsense is not in the Constitution
by insight- and was not intended by Thomas Jefferson's
peace the- letter to take God out of our public life. The
n enemy Bill of Rights article was only meant to protect
ordered our populace from the government establish-'
asement -ing a state church; Every person is free to wor-
a most ship as he pleases, but the nation recognizes
of America. God as the supreme source of all our law and '
heory on the basis for our democracy.
sily be sub- Some groups falsely professing to be the
ing that voice of the American people are trying to
ow go into change our country into a secular state. They
lish" as are trying to destroy every decent aspect of our
e in the land, promoting sexual sin, legalized murder
commit and gambling. It's time Christian people stand
ove they up against the carnage that is being wrought
here in our country. We need to stop worrying
about offending those who would destroy us.
)w truly Once we were a godly nation. Let's keep it that
sensitivity way.
aded by tel-
rs with Joy Fisher
of which is Homosassa


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got started. The only thing for
sure is that just like the bad
divorce this bitter contest is
bad for the process.
In a forum two weeks ago in
Beverly Hills, the supporters
of Brown-Waite and Russell
almost came to blows. They
were carrying on so much
during the debate that the
candidates couldn't be heard
over the catcalls.


tered the ability to yell and
his use of a bullhorn is second
to none.
This bickering near the
courthouse has produced an
army of Russell haters who
travel far and wide to lam-
baste the candidate at every
opportunity. Some of these
traveling critics admit that
they're not even huge Ginny
Brown-Waite supporters, they
just dislike- Russelt-with-a
vehemence usually reserved
for Saddam Hussein or Tony
La Russa (sorry, I'm still hurt-
ing about the Mets' loss).


The next week, Russell At a Chronicle forum held
allegedly used the "b" word to Tuesday in Crystal River, the
describe Brown-Waite. anti-Russell crowd behaved
Brown-Waite has repeatedly during the official debate
pointed out that Russell is between the candidates. But
short of stature, they still carried signs that
At another forum, Russell proclaimed, among other
used his middle finger to things, that Russell was a
show his appreciation of a "roach" and other nasty per-
pro-Brown-Waite crowd. sonal attacks.
And then, again, Brown- Russell has his own crowd
Waite has pointed out that of supporters that travel with
Russell is still short. (For the of supporters that travel wth
record, Brown-Waite has also him and they given--the
been observed to possess the opportune -
"short gene," but some things equal vigor.
are apparently OK for women-- The- problem is that this
and not for men). personal and antagonistic
While the 5th Congressional campaigning is a complete
District the two candidates turnoff to most of the voters in
are battling about covers the district. I've had young
much of West Central Florida, people ask me if there are
the bad blood seems to have other candidates in the race
started boiling right here in because both of these divorc-
Citrus County. ing parents I mean candi-
u u t .. dates disappoint them.
Russell has been very criti-
cal of President Bush and the The irony is that there is
.'; war in Iraq. When he has the plenty of difference between
opportunity, he and his sup- these two candidates and they
porters show up in Inverness really don't need the family
and stand on the opposite side feud thing to differentiate
of the street from the demon- themselves.
strators who are showing sup- Ginny-Brown Waite is a two-
port for the president and the term GOP--- congresswoman
war in Iraq. who has a track record. She
These folks yell at each has been supportive of
other. Frequently. President Bush in the war but
Russell apparently has mas- has questioned some of his


policies. She would like to see
Defense Secretary Donald
Rumsfeld get the boot She
has fought hard and success-
fully for veteran and Social
Security benefits. She would
be crazy not to, as this district
has more veterans and sen-
iors than any other congres-
sional district in the nation.
She is conservative to moder-
ate about most issues and usu-
-ally-supports. the official GOP
position in Congress.
John Russell is the
Democratic challenger and he
is against the war. He has spe-
cific recommendations about
how to fix our health-care sys-
tem and make drug prices
more affordable. He vows to
be an even stronger supporter
of veteran and senior pro-
grams than Brown-Waite. He
has not held political office,
so it's difficult to point out any
specific public policy success
he's had. He is more liberal to
moderate in the programs he
supports.
These candidates have
plenty to argue about and it
.shouldn't involve personal
attacks, name-calling and con-
tests about who can yell the
loudest or who gets the chil-
dren in the divorce.
If the candidates stick to the
issues, the voters will make
the choice about what public
policy they support.
The misbehavior of the sup-
porters and detractors of
these candidates has drowned
out the real public policy
debate that should be going
on. And, because of that, we
all lose.


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


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supporters wandering behind
us holding political signs
behind Russell. One guy had a
"Russell roach" sign. I was dis-
tracted and tried to shoo them
off. Russell, of course, enjoyed
the attention.
What happened next is not
something I'm proud of. The
Brown-Waiters and the
Russellites converged, shaking
signs at each other. I asked
them nicely to hit the road. I
should have just ignored them
and let them behave like buf-
foons if they wanted to.
Meanwhile, trusty Bryan is
getting all this on camera.
Here's what really got me:
Several Brown-Waite cam-
paign leaders, including her
longtime aide Shirley


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of choice and to question the
suitability of those who we
don't personally support
In other words, we disagree
and let the democratic process
of voting, among board mem-
bers, determine who will be
endorsed.
Even as weary as we all are
from the political season, this
is a blast. We've had the
forums, we've had the candi-
dates in for interviews with the
editorial board. We've run
news stories about the candi-
dates. At this late point in the
election season, board mem-
bers are no more or less than
everyday concerned Citrus
County voters who know what
they've heard and have con-
cluded which politicians fit in
with our personal outlooks.


Anderson, were just a few feet
away watching this. I pleaded
with them to ask their people
to act nice and they just stood
there, ignoring me.
The Russell interview
ended, and a few supporters
from both camps began jawing
at each other
I asked Anderson if we could
get Brown-Waite out in the hall-
way for an interview. She
should have said, "No way,
bucko," but instead she went to
get her candidate. Anderson
returned and said, "We'll do the
interview here," pointing to a
little cubby in the corner. No
way, I said. We'd interview her
out in the middle of the hallway
just like the Russell interview.
Of course, Anderson and a
few other Brown-Waiters stood
behind their candidate like
grim-faced guards making sure
no Russellites came near. The
interview didn't last long.


It always surprises me how
right I always am about the
candidates and how wrong my
fellow board members can be
at-times. I try to convince them
that they should just trust old
Charlie, but the poor misguid-
ed souls seem to want to think
for themselves! Go figure.
Of the five election cycles or
so that I've been fortunate
enough to sit on the editorial
board, there didn't seem to be
as many sharp differences of
opinion this year as compared
to previous ones. Still, there
were enough differences to say
a lot of candidates who weren't
endorsed should know that
good things have been said
about them and, for that mat-
ter, that many of those
endorsed.- weren't necessarily
lavished with praise from
beginning to end of the discus-
sion.
We're about midway into
publishing editorial endorse-


What did I learn from all
this? Two things:
While it's true Russell eggs
these people on, Brown-Waite
supporters should show a lot
more class. She's the incum-
bent, for Pete's sake! They
behave like third-party candi-
dates who know they don't
have a chance, so might as well
create a stir anyway.
Podcasts are fun, but this
could have turned ugly in a
hurry. Next time, I'll be more
prepared for the unusual.
To view this high comedy, go
to www.chronicleonline.com
and click on the politics button.
Then, enjoy

Mike Wright is a senior
reporter and assistant editor;
for the Chronicle. He can be
reached at 563-3228; or
wright@ '*
chronicleonline.com. ,


ments for the candidates and
referendum issues on the Nov.
7 ballot Throughout this week
and up to Election Day, we'll
prominently display a box not-
ing whom we've endorsed.
These are just our recom-
mendations, based on pretty
comprehensive assessments of
the candidates, but you're the
ones who will decide who our
next leaders will be.
We expect disagreement
with our endorsements, and
time has proven that we've
made some doozies of ques-
tionable picks, but if the
endorsement process helps to
energize people to participate
in the elections, everyone wins
- even if our choice gets
thumped at the polls.

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


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I am very upset that former Congress-
^wb 1man Mark Foley, a south Florida Repub-
lican, sent sexually explicit e-mail mes-
Sa sages to a teenage boy who was a former
congressional page to Rep. Rodney
Alexander, R-La. The teen's family contact-
ed Alexander about this matter in 2005.
The incident was kept secret from the
public. On Sept 29, ABC News reported
about Foley's explicit e-mail messages.
S- The sequence of events prior to this dis-
closure is troublesome.
Alexander reported this incident in 2005
to Rep. Thomas Reynolds, R-N.Y, chair-
man of the House Republican Campaign
SOrganization. Reynolds then reported the
matter to the House Clerk and aides to
-. House Speaker Dennis Hastert
It was also reported to John Shimkus,
R-Ill., who is head of the page board. He
stated that he investigated the matter and
o said Foley told him it was an innocent
exchange. Shimkus warned Foley not to
S .. have any more contact with the boy and
. .. to respect other pages. Apparently, the
-. .. exchange was not considered as innocent
- by Shimkus.
.. -. Senior staff members of Hastert claim
- that no one was aware of the sexually
- explicit messages until they were
- - revealed by the press the day after Foley
- resigned. On Sept 30, Reynolds stated
- a- a that her personally raised the issue with
-. = Hastert; Hastert did not recall any such
- discussion. Hastert acknowledged during
the weekend that his aides had, in fact,
*- referred the matter to the House Clerk
.- -I have since learned that Foley was
S- chairman of the House Caucus on
- Missing and Exploited Children; that he
~ crusaded for tough laws against those
who use the Internet for sexual exploita-
S" tion of children. This raises the question
as to why Hastert did not remove Foley
S-a from that chairman position in 2005.
I am deeply disturbed about this mat-
ter. This issue tells us something about
the mind-set and the lack of integrity of
.. the Speaker of the House, some other
S. Republican house leaders and congress-
men who did not pursue this matter fur-
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" Connecticut, with the financial and politi-
.. .. cal support of George Soros, Moveon.org
- and others, defeated moderate Senator
Lieberman. I asked where are the mid-
S ~ dle-of-the-road Democrats.


Instead of writing a civil and well-thought
,. response trying to rebut my arguments, Mr
_. Mike Jarrett, as is his style, unleashed yet
another vile and personal attack, (Oct 8)
S- ,, calling my arguments "ridiculous, unin-
a. .,.o __ formed" and "spouted by malcontents."
- He did not even make any attempt to
lend any credence to his accusations, nor
did make the remotest reference to Sen.
Lieberman's loss in the Democratic pri-
S- mary. He states in his response that he
- -- - does not get his directives from Nancy
-Pelosi. I'm sure that is the only truth that
he speaks in his letter. That, however, is
S- even more tragic, since it only confirms
. - a that he and others like him are in full
agreement with the agenda of the nation-
al Democratic leaders. Otherwise, he
- - would occasionally voice his so-called
- .. diverse thinking and disassociate himself
from the radical, bankrupt propaganda
S" spewed by such leaders.


Mr. Jarrett's, as well as most (not all)
Democrats' truth, conforms to that
espoused by Mr. Clinton in 1998. I'm sure
that Mr. Jarrett remembers Mr. Clinton's
legendary pronouncements under oath:
"They may be misleading, but technically
a a- correct." And, of course, his brilliant
interpretation and definition of the truth:
"Depends on what the meaning of the
* word 'is' is." And the equally corrupt
Janet Reno saw no reason for prosecu-
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Jarrett's political drivel has lost all its
credibility, and no personal attacks
impugning a fellow American's intelli-
gence and integrity will restore it
It would behoove Mr. Jarrett to put the
welfare of our nation ahead of partisan
politics. If he were truly a middle-of-the-
road Democrat, as he claims, he would
then attempt to be more conciliatory and
to find common ground between the par-
ties, not call Americans from the oppos-
ing party "worse than terrorists" as he
did in a previous letter
Gino Calderone
Beverly Hills

Decaying democracy
Evidence indicates House Republican
leaders and others consolidated their
power to protect their own.
House leadership allowed Rep.
Randy "Duke" Cunningham, R-Calif., to
keep his seat on the Defense Appro-
priations Committee as evidence mount-
ed that he had taken bribes. He pleaded
guilty and was sentenced to prison.
House leadership failed to take any
action when former Rep. Bob Ney, R-
Ohio was linked to the Jack Abramoff lob-
bying scandal; Ney pleaded guilty to two
bribery charges and resigned.-
When it became apparent in late
2005 that then-Majority Leader Tom
Delay, R-Texas, was likely to be indicated
on a Texas finance scandal, House
Speaker Hastert, R-Ill. changed a rule
that bans indicted members from holding
Republican leadership positions.
No action was taken to remove Delay
from his Majority Leader position for his
involvement with Jack Abramoff and his
lobbyist scandal. Delay later resigned
from his position as Majority Leader and
his Congressional seat
Rep. Kolbe, R-Ariz. learned six years
ago that Rep. Mark Foley, R-Fla. Was
sending sexual-explicit e-mails to a
teenage House page, no appropriate
action taken.
House Speaker Hastert claims that
he did not learn about the e-mails until
Sept 30, the day after Rep. Foley
resigned his House seat
In the fall of 2005 Rep. Rodney
Alexander, R-La. Reported the Foley mat-
ter to Rep. Thomas Reynolds, R-N.Y who
claims that he reported it to the House
Clerk and aides to Speaker Hastert Rep.
Reynolds also stated that he reported the
issue to Hastert. The issue was also
reported to Rep. John Shimkus, R-Ill.
who is head of the page board. Rep.
Alexander and Rep. Reynolds did not
pursue their revelation further.
Shimkus has stated that he investi-
gated the matter, was informed by Mark
Foley that it was an innocent exchange,
no further follow up action was taken.
These disclosures expose decay in our
democracy; the extent that some elected
officials will go to hold on to their control
of power. When they abuse that authority,
they should not be retained in a position
of public trust
Darrell-W. Weston
Beverly Hills

Sewer struggle
I wrote the Chronicle and they gave me
the courtesy of publishing my letter on
Aug. 28 regarding the Halls River Sewer
project I am writing again regarding the
work by Danella and their damages
caused. Nothing has changed since my
last letter except perhaps the situation
has gotten worse.
I have what I believe to be structural
damage caused by a vibrating roller. I had
a supervisor from Danella to my house
and he took pictures of the damages and
informed me it will be given to their
insurance company. This was about July
14 and I have not had any response.
I sustained additional damage on Sept
28 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
after the vibrating roller made periodic
passes. I took a photo and letter and hand
carried to the Danella office and was told
the person handling this was at a meeting
and she would contact me. I am still wait-
ing or being ignored. I hand-carried a let-
ter to the Citrus County Engineering on
Sept 19, listing my damages and as usual
they seem to be ignoring complaints.


The area is still looking like a dump.
The errors are getting to be insane. Two
houses on my street need to have their
connections finished. They tried to do
mine on Aug. 2 and messed up and said
they would be back I am still waiting.
Last Thursday, a road grader spending
the afternoon shaving the hard dirt sur-.
face of my street Then he drives back
and forth without using the scraper caus-
ing the road to end up sandy and lots of
tire ruts. Friday morning it returns and
shaves more of the road. Shortly after, the
vibrating roller comes by and makes
many passes to compact the road, again
causing lots of vibration. After lunch, the
road grader goes back and re-shaves the
top of the road loosening up everything
again. The roller has to return and com-
pact it down again.
How long is this madness going to last
and is there anyone out there who cares?
Robert Castleman
Homosassa

Bring back values
"Family values" they said... strong,
moral and upright
Where were family values when Rep.
Duke Cunningham accumulated $2.4 mil-
lion in influence peddling and eventually
went to jail? Family values for Ginny
Brown-Waite's former financial supporter,
Tom DeLay? Well, he is gone, too. Rep.
Foley slapped himself into rehab, and his
lawyer wants us to know that he was
abused by a cleric and is gay. Isn't it the
conservative church, pro-life and anti-gay,
that brings in the votes for these guys based
on the churches' version of morality?
What really underlies this Republican
melt-down in family values? They are the
party in power with loads of bucks and
total control. But isn't it true that power
corrupts and absolute power corrupts
absolutely? Unfortunately, this is an
administration that will do "whatever it
takes" to stay in control. Their real posi-
tion never has been moral, but is always
amoral.
We only have to look to our national
leadership for the source of this corrup-
tion. Thoughtful men are even writing
books about it like Bob Woodward's "State
of Denial" and "Fiasco" by Pulitzer Prize-
winner Thomas E. Ricks, and particularly
Jimmy Carter's "Our endangered values"
(subtitled 'America's moral crisis"). We
really did not need to have Venezuela's
President Chavez tell us about it and the
United Nations venue was wrong for his
type of statement Other U.N. members
probably already had reached the same
conclusion, anyway.
Where the shoe really rubs is in the
system of checks and balances we may
recall from our high school POD or civics
courses. There is no way to now check
this abuse of power given the strong party
cohesiveness of the majority now in
power. Too many of our representatives
are little more than administrative "rub-
ber stamps." We will have an opportunity
to remedy this on Nov. 7, however.
Don't miss your chance to vote and
bring back some sense of values to our
political establishment Make Congress
and the Senate represent us citizens
again. See you at the polls.
Rodney M. Cole
Beverly Hills

Tired of waiting
Citrus Countians are disgusted with
this whole case about John Couey and
want justice for Jessica! Reasons have
been given, but, it still comes.back to the
basics, the truth, as it was told by the
defendant, in his own words. What more
is needed?
They found that child because of it!
The victim had no rights!
I have spoken to many people, not just
in this county or state. Many believe
attorneys just keep things going.
Remember "The Ten
Commandments"? No one can follow 10,
simple rules. Yet they can keep making
rules, to counteract rules, to counteract
those rules and so on. Shouldn't we get
back to the truth?
Evelyn F. Wagner
Inverness







SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2006 SC


Letters to the EDITOR


Negative attacks
Many years ago in a famous political debate
between Sen. Lloyd Bentsen and Sen. Dan
Quayle, Quayle remarked that he had as much
experience as Jack Kennedy Bentsen fired
back with the retort that Jack Kennedy was a
friend of his. "Senator, you're no Jack
Kennedy"
I would like to carry this a little further
when Phyllis Shaw questions the intellect of Jo
Darling because there are no education sym-
Sbols following her name. My retort: Ms. Shaw, I
know Jo Darling. She is a friend of mine. Ms.
Shaw, you're no Jo Darling, nor can you even
hold a candle to her intellect.
Ms. Darling does not need her university and
college honors and teaching skills to establish
that she thinks and responds to negative
.attacks on those who do think
L.M. Eastman
Lecanto

All right to tell
Sheriff Jeff Dawsy has delivered again for
Citrus County.
His quote, "In over 80 percent of violent acts
in schools, someone knew it was going to hap-
pen. The system we're trying to develop is giv-
ing kids an option of who they can tell."
Kids being able to know who to tell holds
true in two ways to the Nov. 9, 2005, brutal bus
beating of my special needs child.
1. The officials knew that the child had done
this before and was prone to violence and did
the very minimal to stop a second attack that
was captured on video and showed the adults
"gross negligence."
2. It will empower my child and children like
mine to go and tell.
My daughter was never asked what hap-
pened by any of the bus personnel, they never
checked with her to see if she was OK seconds
after it happened (video shows this).
The video also shows that they did not wit-
ness the attack as they were looking out the
window and did not see how many times she
was hit
She was never seen by a medical official on
campus as one was not available. One was not
called from a neighboring school.
Administration at the school she attended
never contacted us.
No incident report was filed until I began to
scream at the top of my lungs about the injus-
tice, (yes, I have documentation to back all of
S this).
We were denied access to viewing the video
tape for five days and told by school officials
that it was no big deal.
The boy who committed the act was failed
just as Tracy was as he has special needs as
well.
The only relief we have seen since
November 2005 started with the sheriff's office
and, I can say, today is another part of the heal-
ing process for Tracy and those who love her.
May this never happen to another family. May
Sheriff Dawsy and his deputies and his staff
fuel a fire that will make all pay attention to
our most valuable possessions, our children.
Jeanne Ditzler
Inverness

Parallel universe
Open your mind with me for a moment as I
explore an intriguing hypothetical situation.
What if Clinton happened to be president dur-
ing/after 9/11 and made the decision to go into
Iraq? Imagine how the political landscape
would be today. Republicans would be calling
for a timetable for withdrawal and Democrats
would be screaming "don't cut and run."
You can come up with many more such hypo-
thetical situations that point to one glaring
truth. We're being manipulated by the machin-
ery of the two parties in the United States.
Doesn't divisive bickering politics insult our
intelligence as voters? Let's send our politi-
cians a clear message: "We don't care who's
team you play for We're independent thinkers
and independent voters. Don't patronize us
with your petty games. Just shut up and get
something done for once!"
Phil Miller
Crystal River

Future on the line
This November, our citizens can start get-
S. ting what we want from our government if we
will just elect people to fill the available con-
Sgressional seats who will insist on good man-
agement of our assets, our money, and our
,,image regardless of their political affilia-
tion.
Remember that only Congress can write
legislation and finalize budgets and can over-
come a Presidential veto, if necessary. Don't
believe people who call this a "do nothing"
Congress. They did quite a lot:
They ran up huge operating and trade
S deficits in spite of a strong economy and gave
, themselves raises. They allowed huge
increases in the cost/waste of government.
They passed Part D which gives insurance
and drug companies too much, the recipients
too little and costs the government too much
and most other laws they passed were good
for corporations or the government itself
rather than for the majority-of our citizens.


And, they participated in an expensive for-
eign policy without forcing the administra-
tion to have cooperative dialogue with Iran,
North Korea etc. instead of making hate
speeches which made millions of people hate
us.
They did "do nothing" to cut the waste/cost
of government; to resolve Iraq; to get health
care for 40-plus million; to control immigra-
tion; to aid Katrina victims; to conserve fossil
fuel; to reduce pollution; to improve our
environment; to improve our world ranking
in education or to improve future prospects
for people deserving Social Security and
* Medicare.
Progress on those subjects will cost big


bucks so we need to elect people who realize
how important it is to get them done and are
willing to seriously slash the cost/waste of
government and raise more income at the
expense of the wealthy, corporations, founda-
tions, etc.
In my opinion, the future of the U.S.A. is on
the line and we need to elect patriots who
agree with the above and will stand up to get
it done.
We should not allow any other issues
(Foley, etc.) to sway our vote no matter how
much the media, party leaders and candi-
dates talk about other subjects. Let's force
them to stick to these issues.
Jack R. Ritchey
Crystal River

Unfair taxing
Editor's note: The following letter to Melanie
Hensley, Citrus County property appraiser, is
published at the writer's request
In reference to your letter of Sept 7,1 I would
like to be on record as stating that your proper-
ty tax system is neither fair nor equitable, as
you claim.
"Equity" in this matter would take into con-
sideration the age of the property owner.
Nowhere in the tax law does one see any relief
for senior citizens, especially those of us on
fixed incomes. My income does not increase
along with the valuation of my property, which
places an undue burden on me that becomes
more difficult to bear with each passing year.
As to the question of fairness, one fails to see
how a taxing authority can make that claim
with a straight face. My neighbor pays about
two-thirds the taxes I pay on a comparable
property, because he is protected by an annual
cap on the increase in his taxes and because
he has lived at the same address for 15 years.
In contrast, I have no such protection as a new
arrival, and my taxes have been allowed to
"leapfrog" over his because they are based on
a new valuation. My base rate, therefore, is
much higher than his, although the properties
may be valued at similar amounts. In a fair and
equitable system, this would never be permit-
ted to happen, and the result is a taxation
hodgepodge, wherein newly arrived property
owners are paying an increasingly heavy share
of the burden.
This entire system needs to be scrapped and
replaced .by one that is truly fair and equitable.
When that happens, perhaps county employees
will no longer be the highest paid of all public
employees in the state of Florida.
George R Thatcher


Hernando


Sad at closing


Gennie 'D' restaurant, on State Road 200 in
Hernando was more than a restaurant It was a
good place for the young, old, families and
neighborhood friends to meet and eat at rea-
sonable prices.
We will miss the good employees, Super
Dave, Tony, Jimmy, Don, Brenda, Sue in the
kitchen, waitresses Anna, Sheila, Tall-Talker
Julie and our famous head waitress Little
Julie, and her son Mike, called Money Bags;
also Gennie D, Ray and her children, Nick,
Dawn and Mike.
Lots of broken hearts, and mine, too.
Norman D. Lindberg
Dunnellon

Save environment
This rural, vacant, wetlands and swamp
acreage is located about one and three-quar-
ters miles eastward from U.S. 19, between
Venable Street and Ozello Trail, at Penn
Drive, Citrus County, and now contains 70
lots. The applicant is seeking permission to
consolidate these lots into one category to
privatize the whole and to seek further per-
mission from the county for marketing as res-
idential development.
We must not allow development here to
destroy our Nature Coast!
This self-same rural, vacant acreage houses
endangered species of wildlife, birds,
Eastern Indigo snakes, water moccasins,
black snakes, Florida Panthers with cubs,
owls, coyotes, wild boar, wild turkey, bobcats,
Amazonian black otter, scrub jays, sandhill
cranes, monkey squirrels, weasels, red fox,
alligators, snapping turtles, wood storks,
gopher tortoises, to list a few. These animals
migrated to what now are the last habitats for
them.
Major water sheds here must not be pollut-
ed with unnecessary development to eventu-
ally contaminate our drinking water.
Robert Knight, director of Citrus County
Utility Regulation, confirms that, if the wet-
lands south of Crystal River are developed, a
great deal more pollution of the visible water
will create further contamination to go into
the aquifer, affecting all of Crystal River's
very wells for drinking water.
Not only that, he said there could be a lot
more sinkholes if the massive underground
caverns are empty of water they would col-
lapse. Instead, the polluted runoff water
would empty out into Kings Bay According to
Mr. Pilney, in 2001, this same area is wholly
sinkhole prone.
There is no sewer service available to any
of this acreage.
There is no water service either.
We must contact all county and city officials
and let them know that we do not want an
environmental meltdown of the Nature Coast
and ask them to object in writing to
Environmental Resource Permit (ERP): #49-
023527-02 for development of any and all of
these wetlands South of Crystal River. Note:
the public can also object by writing: The
Southwest Florida Water Management
District, 2379 Broad St., Brooksville, FL,
34604-6899. E-mail: david.urban@watermat-
ters.org.
Della A. Bruens
Crystal River


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Feeling a draft
How an old-timer who was
drafted back in the '50s see the
November election: Whoever
gets elected will undoubtedly
have a draft anyhow because the
Republicans have lost so many
of our GIs in the Iraqi war.
Abandoned boat
This message is for the
thoughtless person or persons
who just took a boat and
unhooked it and left it on prop-
erty in Citrus Springs on a
vacant lot. This person or peo-
ple were callous to leave this
boat. I have to pay to have this
boat removed. It's a 24-foot
Bayliner boat.
Mosquito control
How can Flo Jones run for
Mosquito Control Board when
she's been fired from the
Mosquito Control?
Editor's note: She was fired
from an appointed position; she's
running for an elected position.
Ugly message
This morning, I received the
most unwelcome gift in my Pine
Ridge driveway a very ugly
message from the KKK. We just
happen to be white, but God cre-
ated us all in his image. So, to
the KKK: You are not welcome
here. To my friends and neigh-
bors of all races: We must unite
and love each other and show
them that they should stay out
of Beverly Hills. I've never con-
tacted a newspaper before, but
this is outrageous.
Age of consent
Everybody is screaming for
Foley's head on a platter, but
what everybody doesn't under-
stand is the age of sexual con-
sent in Washington, D.C., is 16.
Foley did absolutely nothing
illegal. What he did is gross,
but not illegal.
Critics' targets
I would like to know what all
those folks who criticize
Sugarmill Woods would do if
there wasn't a place called
Sugarmill Woods.
Up to no good
I'm calling about the woman
that's complaining about the pri-
vacy fences, that if you've got
one, then you're doing something
illegal. Well, I guess 90 percent of
the county must be doing some-
thing illegal. Haw, haw!
Builder won't pay
I would like to ask your read-
ers if anyone has had any
problems whatsoever with the
builders in Citrus County. I'm
having a problem with a
builder. He owes us money and
refuses to pay us. We didn't
have a choice and had to
spend this money for some sod
that was done at the side of
the road due to the builder's
trucks. We paid for it and they
said they would pay for it -
you know, reimburse us and
they have not. I'd just like to
know if anyone has a phone
number out there that we can
call in order to do something
about getting these builders to
be able to pay us since we've
already paid this money and
they promised to reimburse us.
Open up, talk
Ask this question of your.-
selves: Why does the North
Korean Kim Jong II not want to
talk with the six-nation talk?
Wouldn't he gain more with
witnesses and agreements?
Time he was put to the test of
his sincerity. He has a lot more
to gain by having a witness
than not having a witness and
blaming us as he blamed the
former administration...
Fishing privilege
I just moved to Florida; been
here about five or six weeks.
For all intents and purposes,


I'm a resident. I've got a titled
car in Florida, got my driver's
license, got my voting card so I
get to get to vote for your
politicians, but the Wildlife and
Game Commission doesn't
consider me a resident for six
months. So I can't get a fishing
license for six months even
though I can vote. Is that crazy
or what? Just had to sound off.
Seeking peace
This is in response to the
person who called in to Sound
Off saying about Ross Perot
wanting to put up borders back
when President Carter was in
office. I was only in junior high
at the time, but I don't recall
him being on the ticket or even
trying to run then. He tried
during Clinton, so maybe they
just got their Democrats mixed
up. Also, in regards to the child
from Dunnellon writing in
about wanting peace: That's a
wonderful idea. And hopefully,
more of our youth are behind
that. God bless everyone.
Obnoxious cyclists
I'm calling about the new
bicycle law. I'm along with the
other people that have been
complaining. I think it's a wrong
and stupid law. I had caught up
with a whole bunch of them in
Pine Ridge making a left onto
Mustang, not too long ago.
There was a whole group walk-
ing and we had to follow them
and there was no place to get
around them ... There was one
that got off the road, but the
rest of them there must have
been probably eight to 10 of
them and they were on the
opposite side of the road, going
towards Beverly Hills on a hill -
wouldn't get out of the way of
the oncoming cars. They were
on the wrong side of the road
and they were just being plain
obnoxious. It's been happening
here in Citrus Springs, Citrus
County, Pine Ridge, you name it,
Dunnellon, on the highway. They
don't even want to get off the
road. They're not even courte-
ous. So, you know, I don't under-
stand this.
Views blocked
I'm calling the Sound Off
regarding the four-way intersec-
tion at the Cumberland Foods
store in Citrus Springs. I realize
that the MSBU did a nice job of
landscaping the four corners,
but they put these high bushes
in that are blocking the views
of all the stop signs. Please,
somebody help...They either
need to be removed or
trimmed down. It's blocking
the views of all the stop signs.
Value for money
This is in response to an Oct.
11 item in the Sound Off ...
about the sheriff buying a
$22,000 attack vehicle. I, too,
sometimes am not a fan of the
sheriff and some of his articles.
But $22,000 for a vehicle seems
very reasonable, especially if it's
used just one time and saves a
life. It may not be an attack vehi-
cle; it may be a tactical-response
vehicle. The average vehicle these
days, you can't even buy a
Honda for $22,000. So if the
taxpayers are worried about the
sheriff spending money on
equipment, maybe they should
look around in other cities and
see what equipment they have
and how they benefit from it. I
give the sheriff a lot of credit for
updating his department.
Super sports page
Today is Thursday, Oct. 12. I
just wanted to make a com-
ment on what a wonderful
Sports section today. I get the
St. Pete Times, but this Sports
section is way better, way bet-
ter. I just wanted to tell the
Chronicle thanks.
Pothole heaven
We're paying 6 more cents a


gallon for gas for taxes and
everything and the northbound
lane of (U.S.) 19 between
Homosassa and Crystal River
is like a pothole heaven. I want
my hubcaps back.
Offensive odor
We've asked you to please
not put the cologne packets in
our paper. We are highly aller-
gic to this. The bottom line, I'm
sure, for the Chronicle, is
money. Can't you care more
about your customers than
this? It stinks up the whole
paper. Please don't put these
cologne packets in our newspa-
per anymore.
Page lottery
There should be a lottery of
names of students who would
like the opportunity to become
congressional aides. This is a
program funded by the taxpay-
ers and only the elite are able
to participate. A lottery would
be nondiscriminatory.
Stop foreign aid
The United States needs to
stop all foreign aid and use the
money to fix Social Security,
repair our infrastructure needs,
like old bridges and overcrowd-
ed roads. When America is
fixed, then we can return to
helping foreign countries. No
country is afraid of America
anymore. North Korea, Iraq,
Afghanistan, Venezuela and
other countries know we have
depleted our military strength
and now is vulnerable. Bring all
our servicemen back home and
use them to strengthen our
borders.
Service car tags
This is a further clarification
to the Sound Off a few days
ago about service car tags. For
a U.S. paratroopers license
plate, you have to prove you
are a current or former para-
trooper (in accordance with)
Florida Statute 320.089. Not
just anybody can purchase that
tag. It has to be a former para-
trooper one trained to jump
from aircraft.
Video prohibited
When you cross the bridge,
the George Washington Bridge,
into New York City, there are
large signs posted, "No video,
no video cameras allowed." But
yet you can fly all around the
city, videoing from an aircraft.
Seems to me there's some very
confused people up there in
Homeland Security.
Americans worry
I have lived in several coun-
ties in the U.S., have traveled
abroad, spent three years in
the Air Force, and this is the
only county where people
worry about what someone
does or doesn't do in the toilet.
This must be a record.
Rates climbing
Why's our electric bill from
Progress Energy so high in the
rates? It seems strange that a
nuclear power plant, which is
supposed to produce cheaper
electricity that's what they
keep telling us but the rates
keep climbing, climbing, climb-
ing, and we're at the highest
rate in the state, if not the
country. Somebody ought to
check into this before we build
another nuclear plant that
could provide us with two
plants that could have a melt-
down in our own back yard.
Stop price rises
The politicians have got their
heads up their you-know-what
because they do not take and
add more prices to the cost of
health prescription drugs. Stop
it right now. You don't need the
extra money. Also, you do not
take and put the prices up on
the cost of taxes for gasoline.
Get it off there now.


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Endless sidewalks
I'd like to know what group
decided to put sidewalks from
Floral City to Inverness. How
many people do you see using
sidewalks? I never see any.
What a waste of money. Also,
coming from the Courthouse
down to the fairgrounds, I had
to go to a wake at the Davis
Funeral Home and there was
no way to get in there with the
road construction. They haven't
allowed for any means of
entrance, so I had to go down
to the fairgrounds and turn
around to come back and go
there. Doesn't take too many
brains to know that you have to
have something to get in there.
I wonder who it was that
designed that.
Raise impact fees
To the county commission-
ers: I am finally with you and
other influential people, on
your selection to up the impact
fees. But I think it should go
even higher. Make it $30,000,
but with three revisions: 1.
Lower the tax rate by half. 2.


Seeing how most of you have
other incomes, why don't you
start the ball rolling by cutting
your commissioner's pay in
half? 3. Put a building morato-
rium on in Citrus County for
the next 20 years. Try it. It will
work, believe me.
Misuse of funds
The county commissioners,
in instituting the 6-cents-a-gal-
lon tax, is a misuse of the
funds. Because every time you
go to the pump, you pay 50
cents or more a gallon for
taxes which goes to the feds, I
believe, which rebates it to the
state, which rebates some of it
to the county. What have the
commissioners been doing with
the money? The only road I've
seen that they've been working
on since I moved here has been
County Road 491 in Beverly
Hills.
Learning Channel
This is to the caller on Oct.
16, about the Learning Channel
on TV. Well, I do watch the
Learning Channel and I watch


the Cooking Channel and I
watch the Travel Channel and
several others, but why should I
be limited to four different
channels when there's sup-
posed to be a lot to choose
from on TV? I've considered not
paying my cable bill and mov-
ing to dish at least they have
a little bit better selection.
Read your ballot
Before you go to the polls in
November, please read over
your ballots. There are a num-
ber of constitutional amend-
ments on it you need to be
sure that: A. You agree with the
idea in the amendment; and B.
You agree that it should be
done at a constitutional level
rather than a legislative level.
The Constitution is not to be
tampered with lightly.
Homestead exemption
I notice some of the candi-
dates are talking about doubling
the homestead exemption, but
the voters need to realize that it
is only available to the low-
income senior. Not everyone will


be entitled to it. Please read
Amendment No. 6 carefully.
Already paid up
I'm calling in response to the
person who called in regarding
"Everyone has to pay." First of
all, please don't categorize all
seniors. Some of us did pay
school taxes all the way
through. And as far as the
Social Security goes, we paid
into the Social Security a lot
more than most people do ... A
good majority of us did pay
school taxes for many years
and paid our dues to the edu-
cation of all children. A tax
break would be helpful since
we do live on a fixed income.
As for Social Security, we did
pay our fair share, and some of
us more than others. We
deserve to collect on what we
put in. So gripe in another
direction and get your facts
straight. You're paying Social
Security for yourself, not us.
Privacy impossible
In regards to privacy fences.
This is about the gentleman or


woman who likes to swim in
the buff, sun in the buff. While
you're getting a good tan, your
picture is being run on the
Internet. While you leave your
home, the thieves are stealing
you blind by using stepladders
to go over your privacy fence.
No one has privacy, even with a
6-foot fence. The old saying is,
"Curiosity killed the cat, satis-
faction brought it back." Way
to go, Sound Off. Everyone
needs to know that no one has
privacy. Your home and your
life are an open book.

Waiting for repair
A big thanks from "old 93" to
that person that answered my
plea for help with a persistent
roof leak. A repair was con-
tracted before publication of
the company that would help.
Now I wait for action before the
rains come and ruin what's left.
Have paid the upfront fee in
cash. No other word from con-
tractor as to when work begins.
Thank you all for your concern.
Still waiting for repair to start
and finish.


Racing to stage
I love this Monday paper.
There's no ads and pullouts -.
and all that stuff falling all over
the floor. However, I want to -.
know about this Chronicle polit-
ical forum set for Tuesday -.,
that's tomorrow. It said that the
candidates for the U.S. House-,
of Reps and the school board'
will be called to the stage by.,.,
race. Exactly what does that
mean? What race or who goes.-.
first? ... I had a good laugh. -
Lessons ignored -
This is in response to the
Sound Off headlined "Learning,
obedience." There is a people-2
training class; it's called par- ..
enting. Unfortunately, this class,
has been ignored, woefully
ignored, for the past 30 years
at least.
Making decision
With the upcoming voting in
November, will someone please
tell me how to determine
whether or not to retain the
judges?


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Do what's right
Listen up, Democrats. What Mark Foley did
was morally wrong, but he has done what was'
right by resigning. What more do you want? As
for Speaker Dennis Hastert, there is no reason
for him to resign. This is like saying because
you know someone is a murderer, it doesn't
mean that you are one also.
Former President Clinton: Why was he not
made to resign? Why was he not impeached?
May I quote Ronald Reagan: "Here you go
again." Democrats, give Americans some credit
for having a lot of common sense. We are
aware of the November elections! Democrats,
get over yourself and do what's right for
America!
Judy A. Cressey
Crystal River
Editor's note: President Clinton was im-
peached by the U.S. House on Dec. 19, 1998,
and acquitted by the Senate on Feb. 12, 1999.

Fundraiser thanks
On Sunday, Oct. 1, 2006, Rails to Trails of the
Withlacoochee presented its 12th annual Bike
Ride on the Withlacoochee Trail with a record-
breaking number of 1,511 joining in on the fun
day. Sponsors from near and far contributed to
make this event the best ever and we want to
thank them publicly:
Advantage Direct Mail Marketing; Bike Pros;
Sumter Electric Cooperative Inc.; Radio
Stations Citrus 95.3 and Citrus 96.3; Chas. E.
Davis Funeral Home Inc.; Fort Cooper State
Park; Oliver's Cycle Sports; Office of
Greenways and Trails; Keebler; Citrus Oral
and Maxillofacial Surgery; Wheeler
Construction Inc.; Lowe's; Boston Bill
Sunglasses; Dr. Charles Price, Chiropractor;
KFC; Bernie Little Distributing; The Country
Diner; Santos Bike Shop; Taylor Rental;
Diamond Self-Storage; Martin Oil; First Realty
of Dunnellon Inc.; Paceline Products; Kash n'
Karry; Sam's Club, Ocala; Schwans; Suncoast
Bicycles; Wigmore & Wigmore, PA.; Winn-
Dixie; Cynthia Smith, Realtor; Pizza Hut; Wild
Bill's Airboat Tours; Dunkin Donuts, Ocala;
Save-A-Lot; The Shamrock Inn; Prudential
Florida Showcase Properties; Walt Connors
Inc.; AIM Engineering & Surveying Inc.; Apex
Office Supplies; Shadon's Bagel Bakery & Deli;
Publix, Brashear's Pharmacy; Inverness Olde
Towne Association; The Masonic Business
Center; Jeanett's Little Restaurant; Edwin L.
Holland, DDS; Moonrise Resort; Power On
Cycling; Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q; Hampton's
Edge Bicycles; Re/Max Realty One; Happy
Dayz Diner; Sani-Pot Portable Toilets; Derma-
Tect Inc.; Toner Patrol; Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Center; Harley-Davidson; Wal-Mart;
Thunder Country 102.3 and Oldie Goldies 92.9;
Central Motel; Anne Marie Bohem, CPA, PA.;
Crystal Motors; McDonald's; Trikke Tampa;
Citrus County Chronicle; City of Inverness; Clif
Bars; Dragonfly Watersports; Burger King; St


Petersburg Municipal Credit Union; San
Antonio Cyclery; Citrus Memorial Health
System; Carrollwood Bicycle Emporium;
Crowley & Company; BioFreeze; Ocala Bicycle
Center; Deco Cafe; Homosassa Springs
Wildlife State Park; JR's Sportsbar and Grille;
Nick Nicholas Ford; Dinner Bell Motel; and
the Citrus County Sheriff's Office.
Al Harnage
Bike Ride Director

Appraising with fees
I am somewhat new to Florida and in partic-
ular, Citrus County. During the past few weeks,
there have been many articles pertaining to
property taxes and this impact fee situation.
We did not have impact fees up north.
My comment is pretty basic: If a builder has
to add to the price more than $15,000 for
impact fees to a new home, does the county
appraise the house on the total cost or less the
$15,000?
If not the latter, new home selling prices are
being artificially inflated! The buyer is paying
property taxes based on inflated housing pric-
ing, not what the home is truly worth.
In addition, previously owned home prices
would therefore be inflated! New home prices
drive previously owned home prices up! Thus,
our taxes are not a true reflection of the
home's worth.
It seems Citrus County is trying to pull a fast
one its citizens. It is dishonest and could actu-
ally be against the law.
We have to stop these so-called leaders from
taking more and more of our hard-earned
money.
Dave Riffey
Homosassa

Tournament thanks
The Lecanto High School Band would like to
say thank you to the Citrus County Chronicle,
the Homosassa Beacon, the sponsors and the
participants for helping to make our golf tour-
nament a huge success. We had a turnout of 60
golfers who enjoyed a nice day of golf on a
wonderful course. In addition, a lunch buffet
was served and everyone received gifts for
participating.
We are working hard to repeat the tourna-
ment on a grand scale next year. The success
of our fundraisers benefits the band by allow-
ing us to purchase much-needed equipment.
The need for community support has never
been more important than it is right now, espe-
cially during this time of budget cuts and rising
costs. A special thank you the Citrus Hills Golf
and Country Club management and staff. You
were a joy you work with. I personally want to
thank all the volunteers who worked very hard
to make this tournament a great success.
Marilyn Rowe, vice president
Lecanto High School Band Boosters


The Citrus County
Democratic Party headquar-
ters at 1317 N. Highway 41 in
Inverness is open fiom noon to
6 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. Saturday. Information:
341-0060.
James Holder, no-party
affiliation candidate for county


commission District 2, will
have a barbecue fundraiser 1
p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29 at Turner
Fish Camp. Information: 422-
7296.
The Citrus County Chronicle
publishes fund-raisers, politi-
cal speaking events and the
like in its Campaign Trail.


Submissions should be sentto
Mike Wright at the Citrus
County Chronicle, 1624 N.
Meadowerest Blvd., Crystal
River, FL, 34429; or fax to 563-
3280; or e-mail
newsdesk@chronicleonline.co
m with Campaign Trail in sub-
ject line.


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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 HEREB. 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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Bearing arms
Id' like to know if Sheriff
Dawsy or the Chronicle could
put something in the paper.
Can my neighbor walk around
his yard with a rifle in his
hands? Is it against the law just
to walk around your property
with a rifle in your hands?...
Editor's note: Call the sheriff's
office non-emergency number,
726-1121, and ask.
Guns and children
Some rightwing radical legisla-
tors in Wisconsin are proposing
that all teachers carry guns to


class. This was probably pro-
posed and supported by the rad-
ical NRA. Perhaps it's time to
build a memorial wall similar to
the Vietnam Memorial, for the
more than 8,000 children who
die annually from handguns.
Let's build it across from NRA
headquarters. I protect my home
with a shotgun, which I also use
for hunting. If assault weapons
were OK with the Republican
Party, what's next howitzers?
Road still rough
In regards to the impact
fees: Seventeen years ago, I
paid $1,350 in impact fees to


put a mobile home in
Arrowhead one of the rough-
est roads in the county.
Seventeen years later, I'm still
driving on the roughestroad in
the county. The school bus
won't come down. The mail
lady won't come down. All you
people that are moving down
here wanting to build a nice,
fine home and whatever you
want to, don't complain about
the impact fees.
Wall maintenance
Fences are not allowed in my
community, but a 6-foot con-
crete-block privacy wall is evi-


dently all right. Who is going to
keep both sides of the wall in a
well-trimmed condition?
Hopefully, the builders will.
Who gets justice?
To the person who said, "Ha
to American justice": Don't you
know that the American justice
system is called "criminal jus-
tice" and the criminal gets the
justice, not the victim?
Demand a doctor
I, too, am tired of not being
able to see a doctor. The nurse
practitioners and doctors'
assistants don't know as much


as the doctors do. When I make
an appointment, I insist on see-
ing the doctor. If they want to
get paid, I see the doctor.
Show respect
I watch "Citrus County
Court." I think the people that
come in front of Judge Yerman
should answer him with a "yes,
sir" or "no, sir" instead of nod-
ding their heads. After all, I
believe he deserves that.
Preparing to peep
My neighbor just learned I
was putting up a 20-foot priva-
cy fence and they went out and


bought a 21-foot ladder.
Fix a fiat
I think, personally, anyone
driving a car or old enough to
drive a car should know how to
change a tire or fix a flat. If
they don't, in my opinion, they
should ride a billy goat.
Puzzle peeve
I'm calling to let you know
that I'm mad at you for not
putting the Sudoku puzzle in
the paper today. It's one of the
best parts of your newspaper
and when it's not there, I get
upset with you.


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fish farming


This color-
ful morn-
ing water
lily blooms
at the
Sandy
Acres
Farm.
They offer
a variety
of aquatic
plants that
benefit
water gar-
dens.


MATTHEW BECK/Chronicle,
A colorful group of kol swims in their farm tank at Freshwater Farm in Inglis. The large Japanese carp can sell for hundreds of dollars apiece.

Breeders turn love offreshwater plants

and ornamental creatures into bmuiness I7


CRISTY LOFTS
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle

on this scale.
farmers spend their time
breeding and raising healthy
koi, goldfish and other aquatic
creatures.
It's not the most lucrative busi-
ness in fact, ornamental fish
farms in Dunnellon and
Yankeetown are rarely in the black
But the quirky business owners
have a passion for the dazzling fish
they raise.
"We haven't broken even yet, but
I love doing it," said Pat Wruazabal,
who runs Sandy Acres Farm in
Dunnellon.
Tom and Dawn Easter, of Fresh-
water Farm in Yankeetown, bought
their farm about seven months ago.


VISIT A FISH FARM
Sandy Acres Farm: 6633 W.
Dunklin St., Dunnellon; 564-
0373.
Freshwater Farm: 4726 County
Road 40 W., Yankeetown; (239)
494-7553.
A strong revenue has yet to be
seen, but they're relatively new in
the fish business.
"We wanted to live and work in
the same location, and we love the
outdoors," Mrs. Easter said.
Owners of both businesses live
on their farms.
Wruazabal began the business at
her home on West Dunklin Street
about two years ago with her best
friend and neighbor, Lelia Wright.
Wruazabal, 64, is a retired engi-
neer and has had koi fishponds in
the past.
When she moved here from


Sandy Acres Farm owner Pat Wruazabal, left, and her partner Lelia Wright
feed some of the koi at their farm north of Crystal River. The Wruazabals use
their above-ground pool as a tank to raise the fish.


Myrtle Beach, she wanted to try
breeding the fish. But when you
breed fish, you have to have some-
thing to do with them.
That's how the business began.
She and her husband, Joe


Wruazabal, added an aboveground
pool surrounded by a wooden deck
onto the back of their home.
The 5-foot-deep pool is the home
Plea-e see F- RMNG/Page 5D


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Need a


business


tune-up?
A ll business owners
should be aware of the
need to monitor their
business activities to improve
the performance. A frequently
asked question from SCORE
clients is "How can I improve
profits?" but they aren't quite
sure how to proceed.
Needless to say, business
problems require careful
analysis of the overall business
activities and performance
before developing a strategy.
Because profits or losses result
from the relationship of income
and expenses, increasing sales
and/or reducing expenses
should generate improved prof-
it results.
Increasing sales can be
accomplished by expanding
your customer base or increas-
ing sales to existing customers.
Reducing expenses and/or
more efficient use of your
resources can also be an effec-
tive profit generator. Cost
reductions can result from
increasing the average sales
per customer, increasing sales
volume per square foot or
obtaining a better return from
advertising and sales promo-
tions. ..
Increasing sales volume,
however, does not necessarily
result in higher profits.
One small retailer prided
himself on a unique line of
clothing that significantly
increased sales. The retailer
attributed the successful sales
performance to that stylish line
of clothing. The retailer
assumed that the rise in sales
would result in improved prof-
its.
However, an unexpected
shortfall in available cash
required more bank loans to
support the increased sales
activity. His banker suggested a
review and analysis of expens-
es to detect any significant
changes and indeed they dis-
covered the heavy merchandis-
ing costs were eroding profits
and cash flow.
In considerations where
merchandising plans call for
increased promo expenses,
your plans should include pro-
jected sales volume sufficient
to justify the overall program.
All of your plans should include
both sales and expenses for
resulting profits.
In situations where a plan is
developed for reducing ex-
penses to increase profits, a
thorough analysis of your pro-
gram is necessary Some cost
reductions could adversely
affect other areas of your busi-
ness and customer expecta-
tions.
Manufacturers in the food
industry have made subtle
changes by slightly reducing
the weight of packaged food
items such as coffee, cereal, etc.
selling at the same price
before the changes.
While the changes are subtle,
the customer may be inclined
to look at competitive products
for comparative value, result-
ing in the loss of sales for your
brand.


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I6SOC S O LCAITEES


MOST ACTIVE (Sl OR MORe)
Name Vol (00) Last Wkly
AMD 2291174 20.12 -5.11
Lucent 2138758 2.35 +.02
Motorola 1815967 23.61 -2.59
Pfizer 1744740 27.68 +.09
EMCCp 1414295 12.39 -.30

GAINERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
lvanhM g 8.93 +2.29 +34.5
JLG s 27.55 +6.80 +32.8
GreenbCos 37.81 +8.58 +21.0
RobbMyr 35.90 +5.97 +19.9
LearCorp 28.35 +4.07 +16.8

LOSERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
LaBmch 8.50 -2.55 -23.1
AMD 20.12 -5.11 -20.3
Hyprcm 6.37 -1.46 -18.6
CypSem 16.40 -3.46 -17.4
FairchldS 16.17 -2.97 -15.5

DIARY


'.3.j r..: .-d
Declined
New Highs
New Lows
Total issues
Unchanged
Volume


1,331
635
32
3,582
84
12,661,781,770


MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE)
Name Vol (00) Last Wkly
SPDR 3095014 136.84 +.21
iShR2Knya2160274 75.60 -.30
SP Engy 1299962 54.70 +.72
SemiHTr 869236 33.62 -1.88
OilSvHT 652803 130.00 +2.15

GAINERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
FieldPnt 2.80 +.68 +32.1
PolyMetgn 3.09 +.72 +30.4
Banrog 12.59 +2.91 +30.1
Celsion hrs 2.66 +.51 +23.7
EXX B 4.90 +.90 +22.5

LOSERS (52 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
Jed Oil g 4.87 -1.81 -27.1
Graham 12.99 -4.49 -25.7
Uroplasty 2.80 -.51 -15.4
GouvrnB 11.75 -2.10 .-15.2
MSsndkO7 n 9.41 -1.69 -15.2

DIARY


AQ 3r.ce,
Declined
New Highs
New Lows
Total issues
Unchanged
Volume


MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE)
Name Vol (00) Last Wkly
Nasd100Tr5139135 42.00 -.43
Intel 4495774 21.33 -.27
Level3 3186726 5.83 +.58
Yahoo 3018955 23.21 -1.21
SunMicro 2375719 5.25 +.07

GAINERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
Lumera 6.66 +5.08+321.5
SigaTech h 3.92 +2.07+111.9
SupTech rs 2.83 +1.27 +81.4
Avistar 2.52 +.93 +58.5
Accentia 3.97 +1.36 +52.1

LOSERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
ApolloG If 36.28 -13.39 -27.0
Catuity 3.53 -1.00 -22.1
Insteels 17.06 -4.76 -21.8
WorldSpace 3.25 -.90 -21.7
Ed Bauer n 7.60 -1.99 -20.8

DIARY


6.,. AI. r,) : e.'
477 Declined
245 New Highs
60 New Lows
1,209 Total issues
56 Unchanged
1,582,586,373 Volume


I .7 i
1,594
409
74
3,329
64
10,182,367,060


Here are ine 400 most active stocks on the New York Stock Exchange. the 325 mcst
active on the tMsdaq National Market arid Si0 mom active cn the American Stock

52 wk HI/Lo: High and low price over tie past 52 weekE
Name: Stocks are listed alphabetically by the company's lull name not its abbrevia-
tiorn Company names made up of inilials appear at Ihe beginning of each letter's list.
DIv: Current annual dividend rate paid on stock
PE Price to earnings ratio
PPE Projectea price to earnings ratio based on analysts' lorcasts ol earnings for neyi
12 months.
Last: Price stock was trading at when exchange closed for the week
YTD % Chg: Loss or gain for the year No change indicated by unc.
Chg: Loss or gain lor last day ol week No c.harnge indicated by uric


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capiar l 3nd :ulplus:a l,;.q quJ3lirirrr.i n Sock aS a rav :'. u i, r-e i.nTh l ei az a Tt he 2ae rn.hr and 1.osV
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a pa6ecilied priaE S76 -v enaa spII I., at IBSta? p.?icenr wil'in r h & ia.i Vl ir .,i Tarie w. ill ba en.e.i nlepn
Ine Alc*- 1 ae i-,iu d &d W aer, d,irt.Iuird m W arrari 3llo.n,n.] a pur.:hii'a .JI a 1sic,: u rliEa 52.-a ek
high un Llnil includlrg T norai ih r, re acurLry i\ Compar.y ir, t.anlrup1r.v I le- ruiacI-iiiip or bewi r,, r.
*3nized u der rhe t:.ankrupl-:' l App63rs n frr .1 Ie ,'ra e
Dividend Footnotes: a E nia dijilrenJ: a pi paPi. tut ar ra,,.l irlu.,:lu .3 .' 17. r-iil lrale p ld 'i .: C C
LiqulddIlflg di u6de ,'3 1 c t, l,-, .CloarAd i5 r paid In 13;1 2 micL.rir I Cu.,'nt ar,,-ijl frmei r hich m l a _
ircraaaer3d by r ast i.:ent dlidvi ,,n eannounrcerTiarl i Sum. t dividvn, pail nl a ki s ,i ,1,1 ni en auii lrati-
I Sum of drildbnda paI53 'IN eaa Mojai recvrl divderid a; c.mniiaa ur md l-ieimd k O eciricrd or pald ihai
Vear, a cumulilliVe isaue with dI lde nrlJ In arrar rn CJirinl .-annual rarle ra hi.:n was dei:reased bi mr ,l
recarnt diuidien ar .rc.urircam rent p Inill l .luidEa arirjali rale nr.t 'Pnofo n Iield roil shoaw Declared or
paid in pr aceaing 12 monins pins st oaP dluidend I Pad in aloCik appr.:.lnmatde 'h i ,value on ev ditribultion
-ase Source:The Associated Press. Sales liguires are unofficial.


Name
AT&T Inc
AmSouth
BkotAm
BellSouth
CapCtyBk
Citigrp
Disney
EKodak
ExxonMbl
FPLGrp
FlaRock
FordM
GenElec
GnMotr
HomeDp
Intel
IBM


Div PE YId Last


Wkly YTD
Chg %Chg
+.84 +40.6
-.69 +14.4
-.77 +16.2
+1.15 +67.1
+.25 -.2
-.47 +2.8
+.34 +31.2
+.04 -1.7
+1.15 +23.8
+1.47 +15.3
-1.35 -19.6
-.16 +3.8
-.51 +1.2
+.35 +71.7
-.91 -11.1
-.27 -14.5
+4.40 +10.1


WKly YTD
Name DIv PE Yid Last Chg %Chg


Lowes s
McDnlds
Microsoft
Motorola

Penney
ProgrssEn
SearsHIdgs

SprintNex
TimeWarn
UniFirst

VerizonCm
Wachovia
WalMart
Walgrn


-.65 -9.2
-.64 +23.0
+.06 +8.7
-2.59 +4.5

+.98 +34.6
+1.11 +4.8
+2.19 +51.3

-.58 -18.8
+.72 +13.4
+.22 +15.0

+.75 +25.5
-1.36 +4.3
+.91 +5.5
-.80 -1.5


52-Week Daily Wkly Wkly YTD
High Low Name Last Net Chg Net Chg % Chg % Chg
12,049.51 10,193.45 Dow Jones Industrials 12,002.37 +41.86 +.35 +11.99 +17.49
5,013.67 3,550.55 Dow Jones Transportation 4,706.31 +48.42 +.04+12.16 +29.88
447.47 378.95 Dow Jones Utilities 447.46 +12.30 +2.83+10.45 +15.72
8,708.11 7,211.14 NYSE Composite 8,702.03 +56.53 +.65+12.23 +19.95
2,046.65 1,555.08 AMEX Index 1,936.66 +33.79 +1.78 +10.10 +21.19
2,375.54 2,012.78 Nasdaq Composite 2,342.30 -14.99 -.64 +6.21 +12.49
1,372.87 1,170.55 S&P 500 1,368.60 +2.98 +.22 +9.64 +16.02
784.62 618.06 Russell 2000 762.13 -.52 -.07 +13.21 +20.45
13,779.46 11,667.39 Wilshire 5000 13,717.71 +21.40 +.16 +9.59 +16.33


NE R STA


52-Wk YTD
Hi Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg %chg
A-B-C
14.85 6.92 ABB Ltd 09e ... 16 14.34 +.43 +47.5
8.50 7.31 ACM Inco .60 q ... 8.03 +.06 -3,0
21.49 14.45 AESCorp ... 16 18 21.74 +.97 +37.3
49.65 41.63 AFLAC .52 14 14 45.23 -.07 -2.6
40.00 32.23 AGLRes 1.48 14 14 37.55 +.42 +7.9
29.32 11.37 AMR ... dd 8 27.70 +2.75 +24.6
74.20 43.50 ASA Ltd .90e q .. 57.95 -.05 +5.3
33.97 22.00 AT&Tlnc 1.33 21 14 34.44 +.84 +40.6
25.58 24.50 AT&T20411.75 ...... 25.50 +.24 +1.7
39.05 26.91 AXA t.75e ...... 38.51 -.41 +19.1
49.87 37.50 AbtLab 1.18 24 18 48.78 +1.85 +23.7
13.99 12.37 AdamsEx .86e q ... 13.82 unc +10.1
27.14 19.65 Adesa .30 18 15 24.81 +.72 +1.6
42.70 16.90 AMD ... 19 15 20.12 -5.11 -34.2
41.70 12.82 Agnicog .03 ..30 32.60 +.50 +65.0
10.85 6.72 Ahold ... ... 10.41 +.05 +38.2
18.85 9.06 AirTran ... 41 12 11.05 +.50 -31.1
16.51 10.63 Alcatel .21e ...... 12.07 +,03 -2.7
36.96 22.97 Alcoa .60 11 9 27.46 +,82 -7.1
49.30 41.28 Allete 1.45 18 15 43.90 +.62 -0.2
13.49 11.90 AllWdd2 .95 q ... 13.48 +.02 +8.4
77.48 46.40 AlliBem 3.43e 22. 18 74.50 -1.59 +31.9
33.88 19.64 Alpharma .18 8 16 22.38 -.81 -21.5
85.00 68.36 Altria 3.441 15 14 79.67 +.04 +6.6
54.18 47.96 Ameren 2.54 23 15 54.40 +1.82 +6.2
41.22 32.27 AEP 1.48 21 15 41.34 +1.34 +11.5
58.43 46.59 AmExp .60 20 17 58.04 +.02 +12.8
71.09 57.52 AmlnlGpI .66 20 11 66.48 -.79 -2.6
11.68 10.23 AmSIP3 .96 q ... 11.68 +.07 +8.8
31.83 27.10 Amerigas 2.32 26 19 31.10 +.64 +10.0
30.89 24.18 AmSouth 1.04 14 13 29.98 -.69 +14.4
56.98 39.51 Anadarks .36 7 7 45.65 +1.83 -3.6
50.00 40.15 Anheusr 1.181 20 17 47.32 -.69 +10.1
29.79 20.13 AquaAms.46f 34 29 23.51 +.61 -13.9
4.77 3.29 Aquila ... dd ... 4.66 +.05 +29.4
56.45 25.85 ArchCs .24 31 11 32.04 +.98 -19.4
46.71 23.00 ArchDan .40 19 14 37.50 +.57 +52.1
75.17 50.74 Ashland 1.10a 15 22 66.93 +.82 +15.6
16.39 8.71 AsdEstat .68 6 ... 16.34 +.94 +80.8
30.11 25.55 ATMOS 1.26 19 15 30.19 +.54 +15.4
13.11 8.85 Avaya ... 7 20 11.90 -.24 +11.5
33.26 24.33 Avon .70 25 20 30.12 +.76 +5.5
50.74 29.24 BHP BilLt.74e ...... 41.85 +1.40 +25.2
42.85 27.43 BJSvcs .20 14 9 29.85 +.34 -18.6
32.35 21.90 BRT 2.241 12 12 30.40 +.10 +27.5
89.30 50.37 BakrHu .52 11 14 71.28 +1.51 +17.3
45.00 34.16 BallCp .40 15 13 41.55 -1.03 +4.6
54.87 41.57 BkofAm 2.241 12 11 53.62 -.77 +16.2
38.00 29.23 BkNY .88 16 14 33.58 -1.80 +5.4
52.50 33.80 Banta .72a 16 18 45.55 -1.16 -8.5
36.03 24.54 BarrickG .22 22 15 30.02 +.23 +7.7
84.30 40.75 BauschLif .52 20 20 53.01 +1.87 -21.9
25.87 16.98 BaytexEgn2.16 ...... 21.51 +.94 +22.9
44.70 24.68 BellSouth 1.16 27 18 45.28 +1.15 +67.1
6.33 2.18 BemaGold ... dd 85 4.26 -.27 +46.4
42.20 32.46 BIkHillsCpl.32 29 15 35.07 +.54 +1.3
15.52 13.75 BIkFLO8 .45a q ... 14.29 +.01 -5.4
6.58 5.33 BlueChp .58e q ... 5.99 -.04 -5.1
89.58 63.70 Boeing 1.20 33 19 81.74 -.65 +16.4
25.49 16.20 Borders .40 20 20 19.64 -.20 -9.4
36.10 24.25 BostBeer ... 32 27 36.28 +1.35 +45.1
106.62 66.00 BostProp 2.72 14 45 104.52 -1.63 +41.0
.27.82 14.43 BostonSci ... dd 20 16.24 +.90 -33.7
,26.14 20.08 BrMySq 1.12 17 21 24.49 -.06 +6.6
43.39 27.08 Brunswick .60 10 13 32.22 -.49 -20.8
87.99 55.81 BurINSF 1.00 17 14 79.60 +1.19 +12.4
52.52 43.03 CH Engy 2.16 20 19 52.06 +.32 +13.4
133.7788.05 CiGNA .10 13 13 119.90 +2.04 +7.3
36.73 25.26 CSSInds .48 17 13 30.83 +.23 +0.3
37.33 21.49 CSXs .40 14 15 35.99 +1.22 +41.8
36.14 23.89 CVSCp .15 20 17 30.69 -.36 +16.2
56.25 38.26 CabotO&G .16 13 13 51.02 +1.33 +13.1
17.42 11.49 CallGolf .28 42 13 13.07 -.88 -5.6
38.49 28.29 CampSp .80f 20 19 36.72 +.80 +23.3
13.33 12.16 CapMpfB1.26 ...... 13.20 +.05 +5.9
82.03 48.25 Caterpillarl.20 12 10 59.00 -9.78 +2.1
15.18 11.82 CenterPnt .60 12 15 15.26 +.53 +18.8
89.00 80.08 CnlLtpf 4.50 .. 85.40 unc +4.1
41.15 31.14 CntryTel .25 13 16 40.59 -.18 +22.4
16.50 5.04 ChmpE ... 4 12 7.86 -.13 -42.3
29.91 15.37 Checkpnt .01 20 14 17.16 -.10 -30.4
35.57 26.59 ChesEng .24 8 9 30.60 +.84 -3.6
68.47 53.76 Chevron 2.08 9 9 65.28 +1.08 +15.0
5.22 3.21 CinciBell ... dd 13 4.66 -.04 +32.8


52-Wk YTD
HI Low Name DIv PE PPE Last chg %chg
51.33 44.00 Cilgrp 1.96 10 11 49.91 -.47 +2.8
36.73 23.88 ClairesSIrs.40a 1 4 28.20 +.57 -3.5
22.49 18.52 CocaCE .24 20 15 20.87 -.05 +8.9
46.37 39.36 CocaCI 1.24 22 19 46.75 +2.73 +16,0
7.37 3.60 Coeur ...22 14 4.66 -.14 +16.5
8.63 7.36 Collntln .54a q 8.18 -.01 +0.4
41.20 27.89 CmcBNJ .48 24 19 35.14 -1.29 +2.1
29.10 18.35 CVRDs .54e 8 24.00 +.42 +16.7
25.98 18.85 ConAgra .72 33 21 25.94 +.82 +27.9
72.50 54.90 ConocPhill.44 6 6 60.86 +.83 +4.6
47.73 41.17 ConEd 2.30 21 15 47.89 +1.15 +3.4
29.09 21.55 ConstellA ... 21 14 27.65 +.18 +5.4
34.16 11.12 CtAirB ... 26 8 35.05 +3.25 +64.6
21.72 13.65 Cnwgys 21 17 20.97 -.13 +32.3
29.61 17.50 Coming 40 19 23,26 -1.94 +18.3
18.60 8.10 CorusGr .29e 17.92 unc +76.4
43.67 30.03 CnlwdFn .60 8 7 35.20 -1.16 +3.0
20.42 11.78 CypSem cc 23 16.40 -3.46 +15.1
D-E-F
11.44 9.74 DNP Selc .78 q ... 11.00 +.15 +5.9
28.30 24.33 DPL 1.00 23 17 28.24 +.35 +8.6
45.30 38.77 DTE 2.06 16 15 45.28 +2.09 +4.8
60.22 45.98 DaimlrC 1.82e ... 13 52.30 +1.23 +2.5
44.43 29.89 Darden .461 19 17 41.57 -1.97 +6.9
91.98 56.99 Deere 1.56 12 12 84.63 -4.27 +24.3
74.75 48.94 DevonE .45 9 9 67.39 +2.67 +7.8
21.86 13.17 DirecTV ... 31 17 21.32 -.29 +51.0
31.75 22.89 Disney .271 22 18 31.45 +.34 +31.2
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D-E-F
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HI Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg %chg


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52-Wk
Hi Low Name


Div PE PPE Last


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21.62 14.10 Qogics ... 12 20 19.20
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43.66 22.88 Yahoo .. 29 37 23.21


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52-Wk
Hi Low Name Div PEPPE Last
4.4 L.5 wesc.n


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120.49101.87 DJIADiam2.41e
17.11 13.78 EVInMu2 .78
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7.95 2.35 GascoEngy ...
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3.89 2.10 GoldSlrg ...
8.93 6.10 GreyWolf ...


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


17. 67 3.80
22.83 17.83
25.62 19.03
25.09 18.44
46.60 29.05
152.5095.49
111.25 74.85
92.77 81.61
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70.65 54.55
45.36 35.32
69.40 50.79
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53.90 47.65
78.53 61.35
81.55 63.38
78.58 61.38
3.61 1.92
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28.81 12.14
20.10 4,00
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14.10 3.80
10.40 8.70
2.90 1.78


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MOEYANDMEAL


Foreign Exchange
Value PrevValue Todays $ /Pre S
Country name Currency In dollars vale In currency
Argent Peaso .3237 3236 3.0890 3.0900
Australia Dollar .7586 .7595 1.3181 1.3166
Brazil Real .4662 .4671 2.1450 2.1410
Britain Pound 1.8843 1.8777 .5307 .5326
Canada Dollar .8892 .8871 1.1246 1.1273
Chile Peso .001901 .001901 526.04 526.04
China Yuan .1265 .1264 7.9025 7,9102
Colombia Peso .000427 .000427 2340,00 2341.50
Czech Rep Koruna .0446 .0445 22.44 22.46
Denmark Krone .1693 .1694 59072 5.9043
Dominican Rep Peso .0298 .0298 33.60 33.60
Egypt Pound 1742 .1744 5.7397 5.7345
Euro Euro 1.2620 1.2626 .7924 .7920
Hong Kong Dollar 1285 .1284 7.7842 7.7874
Hungary Fodnl .0048 .0048 208.16 208.25
India Rupee .0221 0221 45.228 45.314
Indnsia Ruplah .000110 .000110 9090,.91 9090.91
Israel Shekel .2333 .2340 4.2870 4.2733
Japan Yen .008426 .008464 118.65 118.15
Jordan Dinar 1.4112 1.4112 .7086 .7086
Kuwait Dinar 3.4576 3.4575 .2892 .2892
Lebanon Pound .000661 .000661 1512.75 1512.50
Malaysia Ringgit .2720 .2721 3.6765 3.6755
Mexico Peso 092347 .092503 10.8287 10.8105
N.Zealand Dollar .6684 .6690 1.4961 1.4948
Norway Krone .1496 .1495 6.6867 6.6881
Pakistan Rupee .0165 .0165 60.65 60.60
Peru New Sol .3096 .3085 3.230 3.242
Philpins Peso .0200 .0200 50,.09 49.99
Poland Zloty .3262 .3265 3.07 3.06
Russia Ruble .0372 .0373 26.8687 26.8435
Saudi Arab RIyal .2668 .2666 3.7480 3.7504
Singapore Dollar .6355 .6358 1.5736 1.5727
Slovak Rep Konrna .0345 .0346 28.96 28,94
So. Alrica Rand .1332 .1334 7.5063 7.4945
So. Korea Won .001045 .001045 956.94 956.94
Sweden Krona .1368 .1368 7.3080 7.3202
Swilzodnd Franc .7944 .7955 1.2587 1.2572
Taiwan Dollar .0301 .0301 33.21 3318
Thailand Bahl .02684 .02681 37.26 37.31
U.A.E. DIrham .2723 .2723 3.6730 3.6729
Uruguay Naw Peso .0420 .0420 23.8248 23.,8248
Venzuel Bolivar .000466 .000352 2147.50 2843.75


Eds: REPEATING
NEW YORK (AP) Spot nonferrous metal prices Frisday,
Aluminum $1.236 per lb.. London Meltal Exch Fri
Copper -$3.5485 Cathode lull plate, U.S. destineations.
Copper 63.4445 N.Y. Mere spot Fri.
Lead $1519.00 per metric ton, London Metal Exch.
Zinc $1.9273 per Ib., delivered.
Gold $596.60 Handy & Herman (only daily quote).
Gold $593.00 troy oz,, NY Mer spot Fri.
Sier $11.950 Handy& Harman (ondaly quote).
Siver $11.80 troy oz., N.Y, Mere spot Fri.
Mercury $583.00 per 76 Ib lWsk, N.Y.
Platinum -$1084.00 troy oz., NY. (contract).
Platinum $1078.60 troy oz., N.Y. Mere spot Fri.
n.q.-nolt quoted, n.a.-nol available r-reised

Money Rates
Today Prev,
Prime Rate 8.25 8.25
Discount Rate Primary 6.25 6.25
Fed Funds close 5.25 5.25
T-Bills:
3-month disc 4.96 4.93
6-month disc 4.95 4.95
T-Bill. annualized, adjusted for
constant maturity:
1-year 5.03 4.90
T-Notes:
1-year 4.99 5.00
2-year 4.88 4.87
5-year 4.76 4.76
10-year 4.79 4.80
T-Bond:

30-year 4.91 4.93
Libor:
3-month 5.38 5.37
6-month 5.41 5.40
FHLB Cost of Funds, 11th District:
Elf. Sept 29 4.277 4.277
FNMA 30-year mortgage commitment:
30-days 6.31 6.32
Money market fund:
Merrill Lynch Ready Assets:


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


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-.58 -18.8
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-.14 -5.0
-.26 +10.4
+.61 +33.7
-.10 +9.1
-2.32 +5.0
-.75 -3.6
-.03 +2.0
+.57 -5.0
+2.70 +28.4
-.56 +1.2
-1.68 +5.5
+.95 -28.9
-.07 +6.3
+1.88 +13.5
-.11 -3.5
-.12 +53.2
-.58 +39.5
+.97 +66.6
-1.44 -2.2
-.05 +5.6
+1.09 +39.5
-1.15 +21.4
+3.07 +1.3
-.10 -7.4
+.72 +13.4
-127 -7.0
+.55 -22.1
+.26 +7.9
-1.29 +12.7
+.55 +7.4
+2.05 +7.2
+.02 +17.2
+.05 +0.8
+.12 +36.4
unc +15.0
+.23 +1.7
+.71 +43.5
+.22 +15.0
-.01 +35.1
-.08 -3.2
+2.70 +1.3
-.33 +11.8
+.74 +37.7
-1.48 +16.3
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+.11 +9.4
-1.50 +0.9
+.86 +6.1
+.75 +25.5
-.02 +13.1
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-1.36 +4.3
+.91 +5.5
-.80 -1.5
-1.13 -2.2
-1.34 +13.4
+.81 +19.1
-.03 -37.8
+.30 +16.6
+.09 +42.6
+1.01 +15.8
+.05 -3.6
-.01 +3.2
unc -3.0
+.76 +7.3
-.93 -3.2
-1.16 +4.7
+1.05 -27.8
-.96 -2.2
+.97 +16.7
-.64 -11.6
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+.83 +13.9
+.96 +18.4
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MLTTLALS


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2006 3D


.2-mo. 12.mo.


12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn
ABN AMRO Funds:
M&CGroN 24.85 +10 +9.1
AIM Investments A:
BasicValA p 3663 +.06 416.1
CapDov p 19.46 -.15 +20.7
Chart p 14.89 +,07 +20.1
Consul p 25.62 -05 +11.8
HYIdA p 4.41 .. +8.3
IntlGrow 27.68 +.31 +32.9
LrCpGrA t 11.24 +.08 +14.2
MdCpCrEqp 30.42 -02 +14,3
MuBop 8.06 +4.4
RealEst p 35.71 ,14 +42.5
SalEqtyr 20.25 -.01 +16.2
SCnpGrAp 29,96 -.09 +17.5
AIM Investments B:
BaScValB1I 34.14 +.05 +15.2
CapDevB] 17.75 -.13 +19.9
ChartB t 14,23 +06 +19.2
ConstBsI 23.68 -.05 +11.0
AIM Investor CI:
DwrsDivid p 13.78 +.03 +19.2
Dynarc 20.14' -.14 +20,3
Energy 42.65 +.84 +22.5
SurmitPp 12,64 +.06 +15,3
Utilities 16.13 +.39 +26.2
AMF Funds:
UItShrtMIg 9.67 .. +4.2
Advance Capital I:
Balanced p 18.72 +.02 +11.5
Retlncn 9.63 +.02 +3.2
Alger Funds B:
SmCapGrt 5,68 +.05 +20.9
Alger Funds Instl:
MidCpGrI 17.12 -08 +11,6
AllianceBem A:
BalanA p 17.88 -.03 +14.3
BIWIhStrA p 13.17 +03 +15.9
GIbGovlncA 7.58 +.03 +6.2
GIbTechAp 62.22 -.77 +12.8
GmrncA p 4.28 -.01 +18.8
C., -.33 +3.5
. ,:', i. '",) +.16 +25,9
IntValAp +.20 +38,6
LgCapGrAp 19.90 -.08 +4.2
SmCapGrA 25.46 -.16 +13.9
SAllianceBemrn Adv:
8 InOValAdv 22.47 +.21 +39,0
S LgCapGrAdv 20.61 -.08 +4.6
o AllianceBem B:
n CoipBdB p 11.74 +.04 +32
S GIblTechB t 55.64 -.70 +12.0
GrncBp 4.18 -01 +18.1
GrowthB t 24.51 -.23 +2.8
LgCpGrBt 17.80 -.07 +3.5
SmCpGrBt 21.22 -.14 +12.9
USGovtBp 6,79 +.01 +1.7
AllianceBem C:
SmCapGrC t21.29 -.14 +13,0
AllianceBem I:
ReElnvll 17.98 +.03 +41,6
Allianz Funds A:
NFJDivVall 16.64 +.12 +28.3
SmCpV A 32.65 -.06 +19,1
S RanaisA 22.71 -.10 +16.3
9 Allianz Funds C:
F NFJDivVal t 16.50 +.12 +27.4
GwthC t 20.51 +04 +16.9
p TargetC 17.65 -.22 +12.8
' Amer Beacon AMR:
LgCapAmr 23.42 +.0 +21.8
Amer Beacon Insti:
lndEqlns 2441 +.26 +29.0
LgCaplnst 23.65 +.05 +21.4
SmCaplnsI 22.37 -.09 +18.6
: Amer Beacon Plan:
LgCapPlan 22.62 +.04 +21.1
S SCpPlan 21.91 -.09 +18.3
Amer Century Adv:
+ EqGrop 25.55 +12 +18.8
0 Eqtylncnp 8 86 +.04 +20.3
Amer Century Ins:
P Ultra 26.80 +.03 +0.4
* Amer Century Inv:
S Balanced n 16.93 +.06 +12.2
EqGmrolnvn 25.57 +.12 +19.1
S Eqlnco n 8.86. +.04 +20.6
FLMuBnd n 1064 +.01 +3.7
GNMAI n 10.11 +02 +3.7
Gift n 20.08 +.14 +20.1
SGIblGold n 17.49 +.04 +48.5
Growthln 21.90 -.06 +13.4
- Hernltagel n 15.54 +.11 +20.0
J IncGron 33.29 +.15 +19.3
InBnd 13.57 +.12 +3.4
S IntDisc nr 16.86 +.20 +38.9
IntGroln 11.63 +17 +280
' LgComVal 7.32 +.02 +20.7
S IteScian 5.34 +.09 +2.1
NewOppnr 6.34 +.02 +17.8
OneChgAggAn 12.51 +.05 +17.6
RealEstl n 32.44 +.14 +42.0
Select n 35.87 -.06 -1.2
SGov n 9.33 ... +3.6
SmCapVal n 10.73 -.04 +19.6
SmallCo 9.99 -.06 +8.3
StrModn 7.16 +.03 +14.5
Ura n 28.45 +.03 +0.2
Ubln 1564 +.32 +26.4
Valuelnvn 7.78 +.04 +21.0
Vista n 16.31 -.05 +12.4
American Funds A:
S AmcopFAp 20.11 +.04 +13.8
AmeMullAp 26.98 +.16 +18.3
S BalAp 18.96 +.01 +12.8
S'-BddFdAp 153.23' +.03 +4:8
e CapWIdAp.. 16.73 +12 +42
CapIlnBldAp. 59.44 +.44 +20.8
-CapWGrA p 41.19 .22' 26.
EupacA p 46.92 +.28 +29.0
FundlnvAp 40.05 +.10 +24.4
a GovtA p 13.29 +.01 +2.7
S GWthFdAup 33.03 + 17.7
, HITrstAp 12.40 +.02 +10.3
HincMunAi 15.75 +.01 +6.1
S IncoFdAp 20.19 +.09 +20.0
S IntBdA p 13.37 .. +3.4
InvCoAAw p 3479 +.03 +19.9
S NwEconAp 25.34 +.06 +21.0
NewPerAp 32.32 +.07 +24.0
NewWordA 46.82 +.23 +33.9
SmCpWA p 40.22 +.35 +26.8
TaxExptAp 12.48 ... +4.5
S TxExCAAp 16.74 +.01 +4.7
7- WshMutA p 34.60 +.14 +20.5
1 American Funds B:
o AcapB t 19.36 +.04 +12.9
BalahB 18.90 +.01 +12.0
BondBl 13.23 +.03 +4.0
S CaplnBIdB 59.44 +.44 +19.9
M CapWGrBa 41.00 +.21 +25.0
S1 ..,Cp I 46.203. +.26 +28.1
Fu.mdr...r 39.96 +.10 +23.5
GomwhBt 31.87 +.04 +16.8
IncomeBt 20.08 +.09 +19.1
SICABt 34.63 +.01 +18.9
NewPrspt 31.68 +.06 +23.0
WashBt 34.40 +.13 +19.6
Ariel Mutual Fds:
Apprec 49.42 -.28 +10.8
AItl n 52.63 -.70 +9.1
Artisan Funds:
lna 29.58 +.40 +30.5
InSmCp r 23.54 +.48 +34.8
IntValu2r 27.35 +.23 +33.9
MidCap 32.26 -.30 +13.9
MdCapVal 20.30 -.17 +15.3
SmICap 18.39 +.05 +11.7
SmCapVal 19.76 -.10 +23.6
Baron Funds:
AsAet n 61.06 -.30 +17.7
Growth 48.97 -.32 +15.9
Partners p 21.14 -.26 +28.8
SmICap 24.51 -.23 +17.1
Bernstein Fds:
IntDur 13.06 +.03 +3.8
Ca Mu 14.17 +.01 +3.2
DSMun 0 13.98 +.01 +3.1
NYMun 13.81 .. +3.2
TxMgdlniVI 28.05 +.32 +29.9
InIVal2 27.99 +.32 +29.8
EmgMkts 40.23 +.05 +33.5
BlackRock A:
Aurora A 36.58 +.04 +12.6
BalCapA p 26.04 +.04 +15.7
BasValA p 32.46 +.06 +24.8
F,. dGrAp 19.30 -.09 +11.4
S GIbA5Ar 17,73 +.10 +17.5
.' HIYdlnvA 7.96 +.01 +9.0
LgCapCrAp 13.86 ... +19.8
LrgCapValAp 18.47 -.02 +21.1
LegacyAp 14.89 +.02 +11.4
S&P500p 16,91 +604 +17.8
BlackRock B&C:
BaslcValBt 31.78 +.05 +23.9
FundlGrB I 17,60 -.09 +10.5
FdGlCt 17,69 -.09 +10.5
GIAIS I 17,36 +.10 +16.7
GlobAICt 16.78 +.10 +168.7
LrgCapCrl 13.17 .. +19.0
BlackRock Fds BIrk:
TolRell 9.47 +.02 +4.0
BlackRock InstI:
InllValIr 29.82 +.31 +30,4
BasuVall 32.63 +.06 +25.1
SalaCapl 28.13 +.04 +16.0
IbAlldiocr 17.79 +.10 +17.8
FundlGrI 19.76 -.09 +11.6
NasllMuni 10.52 ... +5.2
iSP500 16.98 +.04 +1.1
LI9CapCrl 14.09 ., +20.2
Bramwell Funds:
GrowlhFdp 19.16 -.06 +110
Brandywine Fds:
BlueFd 32.07 -.19 +14.2
Brandywine n 33,33 -.35 +14.4
Bridgeway Funds:
USCMarkel 19.38 +.03 +15.8
Brinson Funds Y:
HIghYIdYVn 708 +.03 +9.1
Buffalo Funds:
SmICap 28,20 -.33 +186.0
CGM Funds:
I CapDevn 30.45 -.26 +22.0
P FocusFd 36.85 +.21 +17.8
Mug.n 28,65 -.16 +10.5
Realty n 33.20 +.15 +37.7
CRM Funds:
MidCapVall 30.10 -.04 +20.0
Calamos Funds:
GrnlncCI 32.82 -.14 +1286
GrthalncAp 32.44 -.12 +13.4


GrowthAp 64.73 -.27 +10.5
GrowthB I 55.99 -.29 +9.6
GrowthC I 51.94 -.26 +9,6
Calvert Group:
Inco p 16,71 +.03 +4.3
IndEqA p 24.64 +.25 +29.9
LgCpGrwth t 31.30 -.19 +12.8
Munint 10.65 ., +3.0
SoclalA p 29.88 +.03 +10.5
SocBd p 15.80 +.03 +3.8
SocEqA p 38,02 -.28 +13.9
TxFLId n 10.41 .. +1.4
TxFLngp 16,52 +.02 +4.1
TxF VT 15.6 +.02 +3.7
Camblar Funds:
Opplylnsll 1953 -.02 NS
S Opportin 19.49 -.02 +17.8
Causeway Intl:
Institutional 19.25 4.17 |26.2
Investor r 19,13 +,16 +25.9
Clipper 91.44 +.64 +13,7
Cohen & Steers:
InsllRIty n 58.02 +.24 +42.6
SRllyShra n 92.87 +.38 +42.7
Columbia Class A:
*Aorn 1 29.94 -,07 +19,3
FocuaEqA t 20,75 -.10 +10.9
InllValua/R 24.97 .02 127.6


12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn
LgCapValuA 14.83 +.02 +20.2
21CentryA t 13.46 -.07 >22.4,
MarsGroA t 19.24 -.12 +9.3
MIdCpValA 14.60 +,04 +21.5
TxExAp 13.69 +M02 57
Columbia Class B:
Acorn I 20,73 -08 +10,5
Columbia Class C:
Acorn t 28.67 -.07 +18.4
Columbia Class Z:
Acorn mZ 3066 -.08 +19.6
AcorlnrtZ 39.82 +.70 +34.6
AcomUSA 28.73 -.20 +15.7
CorefondZ 10147 +.02 +3.1
FocusEqZt 21.12 -.10 +11.2
InlmBdZ n 8.78 +.02 +4.0
InlmTEBdn *10.32 .. +3.8
InlEqZ 16.68 .16 +30.1
IntISIkZ n 19.67 +25 +29.0
IntiValZ 25.13 +02 +27,9
LgCapCoreZ 14.25 .01 +16.4
LgCapGrwlh 23.53 .11 +13.3
LgCapldxZ 26.71 .06 +1.6,3
LgCapValZ 14,85 +.02 +20.6
MarsGrPrZ 19,57 -.11 +9,6
MarlnOppZ r 14.53 +.16 +33.2
MidCapGr Z 25,46 -.16 +18.2
MidCpldxZ 12,00 -.07 +16.7
MdCpValp 14,63 +.05 +21,9
STIncaZ 9.76 ... +4.0
SmCpCoreZ 20,78 -.09 +20.2
SmlCapldxZ n 21,92 -.07 +18.6
StrlnvZ 19.24 +.03 +16.6
TaxExmptZ 13.69 +.02 +5.9
TotRetBdClZ 9,63 +.02 +3.7
CG Cap Mkt Fds:
IntlEq 13.95 +.13 +29.6
LgGnv 13.50 ... +8.9
LgVaIn 1280 +.03 +23.0
Credit Suisse ABCD:
ValueAt 21,77 -.01 +21.9
DFA Funds:
USCoraEq2n 11,32 -.01 +19.8
DWS Scudder CIA:
BalanceA 9.64 +.01 +11.2
CommAp 22,19 -.07 +24.9
rmHIRA 50.34 +.30 +20.5
DSmCaVal 37.79 +.12 +26.6
HilncA 5.41 +.01 +8,
MgdMuni p 9.15 +D01 +5.0
RREEFp 26.54 +.11 +41.5
TechA 11,36 -.24 +6.6
USGovtA 837 +.03 +3,5
DWS Scudder CI C:
DrmHIRC 50,24 +.29 +19.6
DWS Scudder Cl S:
CapGrthr 49.63 +.27 +11.5
CoraPlusInco 12,61 +03 +3.7
EmrMkn 11,99 +07 +13.6
EmgMkGrnr 25.25 +.17 +36.4
EuroEqty 36.56 +,33 +34.8
GNMAS 14.66 +.05 +3.7
GIbldS r 9,56 +.04 +3.5
GlobOpport 44,36 +.55 +27.6
GlobalTheme 36.71 +.29 +36.0
Gold&Prec 2221 +.11 +47.4
GmlncS 23.61 +.03 +15.9
HiYIdTx n 12.95 +.01 +5.9
IntrTxAMT 11.14 +.01 +3.6
InternatIS 59.07 +.99 +29.3
LgCapValS r 23.90 -09 +18.4
LgCoGron 26.48 +.13 +10.8
LatAmerEqn 57.39 +08 +47.5
MgdMuniS 9.16 +.01 +5.3
MATFS 14.26 +01 +4.4
PacOppsn 19.39 +.08 +40.6
ShtTmBdSn 9.96 +4.0
DWS Scudder InstI:
Eqty500OL 155.10 +36 +18,4
Davis Funds A:
NYVenA 36.78 +.04 +17.8
Davis Funds B:
NYVen B 35.06 +.02 +16.9
Davis Funds C &Y:
NYVenY 37.25 +.04 +18.1
NYVenC 35.29 +.03 +17.0
Delaware Invest A:
Diver Inc p 8.60 +.02 +5.5
LgCapValA 20.81 +.12 +25.6
TrendAp 20.61 -.07 +14.4
TxUSAp 11.57 +.01 +4.5
Delaware Invest B:
DelchB 3.34 ... +10.6
SelGrB t 23.34 -.27 +4 2
Del-Pooled Trust:
InlEq 25.08 +.21 +31 7
Laborlntl 22.18 + 18 +32.8
Dimensional Fds:
EmgMktVal 28.63 +.22 +41.7
InlSmVa n 20.44 +.36 +29.0
TM USSm 25.38 -03 +19.8
USLgCo n 40.20 +.09 +18.3
USLgVa n 24.69 +02 +23,3
USLgVa3 n 19.00 +.01 +23.4
US Micro 16.40 +.04 +19.6
US Small n 21,78 +.01 +20.7
US SmVal 30.51 +.02 +25.0
IntlSmCo n 18.34 38 +26.3
EmgMtn 23.59 +.05 +33.9
Fald n 10.18 +.01 +4.4
Govtn 10.37 +.01 +3.9
InlVa n 21.71 +.17 +35.6
lntVa3 n 20.51 +.16 +35.8
GIb5Fxlnc 10.51 .. +3.1
LrgCaplnt n 22.77 +.29 +27.9
TM USSMV 26.59 -.04 +23.4
TM IntlValue J9.07 +.15 +34.9
TMMktwdeV 17.14 +.01 +232
TMMtVa2 17.04 +.01 +23.4
TMUSEq 14.39 +.02 +17.2
.2YGIFxd n 10.11 +4.1
DFARIEst n 32.03 +.12 +41.4
Diversified Inst:
Valulnco p 13.26 +.06 +22.4
Diversifd Inv Fds:
Val&lnc 26.72 +.12 +22.3
Dodge&Cox:
Balanced n 87.76 +.10 +15.5
IncomeFd 12.50 +.03 +3.9
Intl Stk 41.19 +.28 +29,9
Stock 154.10 +.11 +22,4
Domini Soc Inv:
SolalEqna 32.46 +.13 +15.2
Dreyfus:
Aprec 44,00 +.39 +15.5
BasicS&P 28.53 +.06 +18.2
Discp 37.13 +.16 +18.2
Dreyfus 11.06 .. +18.4
DreyMid r 29.73 -.16 +16.3
Drey5A01nt 40,30 +.09 +17.9
EmgLead 43.13 -.09 +13.1
FL intr 12.96 .. +3.0
IdMunAnt 17.83 +.01 +4.1
MIdapVlr 33.28 +.10 +15.7
MunBd r 11.85 .. +5.0
NYTaxr 14.76 +.01 +4.4
SmCpStk r 23.78 -.07 +18.3
Dreyfus Founders:
GrowthB 11.30 -.03 +14.4
GrowhFnp 11.96 -.01 +15.5
Dreyfus Premier:
CalTxExdZ 14.809 +.01 +4.6
CoreEqAt 16.37 +.14 +14.9
CoreVInvp 34.27 +.12 +23.4
EmgMktA 24.64 +.13 +30.6
LdHYIdAp 7.23 +.01 +8.3
NwLdrsn 49.90 -.03 +19.3
SIrVWA r 32.46 +.11 +22.8
TaxMgdGC I 17.44 +.16 +14.4
TechGoA 24.20 -.61 +10.3
EVFIIRtHIAdI 9.68 +6.2
Eaton Vance Adv:
tgRalet1 9,84 ... +5.7
Eaton Vance Cl A:
TMG1.0 595.29 +.36 +17.1
ChlnaA p 19.27 -.02 +39.4
FloaltRale 10.18 ... +5.7
AMTFrMuBdl 10.95 +.01 +7,5
GrowthA 8.36 +.07 +21.2
HlthSciAp 11.64 +.16 +9.8
IncBosA 6.44 .01 +10.1
LgCpVal 20.69 +09 +22.9
NatlMun 11.75 +.01 +9.7
SpcEqtA 12.89 +.08 +22.3
TMGI.1 25.55 +.01 +16.8
UTIIA 13.19 +,26 +29.0
Eaton Vance Cl B:
FLMuniBIt 11.07 +,01 +5,5
HGthScpBt 12.19 +.16 +9.0
NatlMunBt 11.75 +.02 +8.9
TMGI.1 1 24.16 +.01 +15.9
Eaton Vance CI C:
FloatRt t 9.84 +.01 +4.9
GoutCp 7.17 .. +2,8
NatlMC I 11.75 +.01 +6.8
Evergreen A:
AslAllAp 14.97 +.07 +13.7
BalanA 9,09 -.01 +11.0
SpValuAp 30085 -.19 +23.6
Evergreen B:
AstAnoBI 14.73 +.07 +129
DivrBdB t 14.27 +.03 +2.8
MunlBondBt 7.50 +.01 +3.8
Evergreen C:
AslAIuoCt 14.47 +.06 +12.8
Evergreen I:
CoreBdl 10.36 +.02 +3.7
AdjRatel 9.28 +.01 +4.4
IntlBondl 10.39 +.09 +0.3
IntlEqtyl 11.16 +.10 +26.7
LgCapEqtyl 17.70 +,01 +20.8
ShIntBdl 5.93 +.01 +3.7
SlMunl[ 9.92 ,.. +3,1
SpecVal 31.07 -.19 +24.0
SIrGrol 28.54 -.07 +9.5
Excelsior Funds:
EmgMkls r 13,19 +.06 +38,5
Energy 24.78 +.54 +18.8
HiYieldnp 4.59 +.07 +9.2
ValRestrn 49.76 ... +17.0
FAM Funds:
Value n 50.32 -.53 +10.2
FBR Funds:
SmallCap 50,03 -.43 +30.2
FMI Funds:
Focus n 35.47 +.03 +186,9
FPA Funds:
Capit 42.63 -.13 +9.2
Newinc 10.84 +4.4
FPACreas n 26.64 +.11 +13.2


Faltholma 28.08 +.34 +19.9
Federated A:
AmLdrA 25,67 +.03 +17.6
CapAppA 27.65 +.16 +16.3
MidGrStA 35.65 -.26 +14.4
KaulmA p 6.00 +.01 +17.7
MktOppA p 12.59 +.02 +2.1
MunSecA 10d65 +.01 +4.3
Federated B:
KaulmnBp 5.81 +.01 +16.9
SItrncB 6`69 .. +6,8
Federated C:
KaumnC t 5.82 +.01 +17.1
MklOppC 12.50 +.02 +1.3
Federated InstI:
Kaulman 6,00 +.01 +17.7
MIdCap 23,34 -.14 +16.3
Fidelity Adv Foc T:
EnergyT 38.86 +.82 +24.2
HIICarT 22.68 +.63 +11.0
Fidelity Advisor A:
DivrIlnlA 1 23.31 +.33 +25,4
EqGrAt 50.67 +.08 +12.8
EqincA p 30.96 +,09 +20.4
MidCapA p 24.59 +.15 +14.5
Nwlnsghle p 17.81 +.15 +18.1
SIlnA 11.67 +.03 +6.7
Fidelity Advisor C:
DivlnllC nl r 2243 i.31 .24.5


12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn
Nwlnsghls In 17.41 .,14 +17.2
Fidelity Advisor I:
Divlntln 23.67 +.34 +25.8
DivGlrhl 13,54 +.04 +17.2
EqCGrn 53,61 +.09 13.2
Eqlnl 31.75 +.10 ,20,7
InlBdln 1079 -, 43,6
Nowlnstghtl 17,99 .05 +18,4
Fidelity Advisor T:
BalsncT 16.87 +.02 +15.6
Dl0lntlTp 23.06 +,33 25,1
DivGrthTp 1330 +.04 +16.6
DynCapAppTpl7,51 -.11 +20.7
EqGrT p 50.70 +.0 8 +12.6
EqlnT 31.35 +.09 +20,1
GovInT 9.85 +.01 +2.6
GrOppT 33.31 +.54 +10.6
HlncAdvTp 10.08 +.02 +12,1
IntBdT 10.78 +.01 +3.4
MIdCapT p 24.79 +.15 +14.3
MunlncT p 12.93 +.02 +4.1
Nwtnsghts p 17.70 +,14 +17.8
OvrseaT 21.93 +.27 +24.5
STFiT 9.40 +3.9
SmICapT p 23.40 +13.3
StrInT 11.66 +.03 +6.5
Fidelity Freedom:
FF2000n 12.63 +.01 +7.3
FF2010 n 14.70 +.03 +11.1
FF2020 n 15.53 +.03 +14.7
FF2030n 15.98 +.02 +16.6
FF2040 n 9.42 +.02 +17.5
FF2035n 13.05 +.02 +16.9
FF2015 12.17 +.02 +12.9
FF2025 p 12.69 +.02 +15.3
IncomeFdn 11.53 +.01 +6.8
Fidelity Invest:
AggrGrr 18.33 -.13 +12.5
AMgr50 16.65 +.02 +10.7
AMgr70 16.08 +.01 +12.2
AMgr20nr 13.16 +.01 +9.4
Balance 19.11 +.03 +16.3
BlueChipGr 43.69 +.18 +10.0
CA Mun n 12.36 +.01 +4.3
Canada n 48.04 +.96 +24.7
CapAppn 27.22 -.18 +18.0
Capnco nr 8.67 +.01 +11.5
ChltaReg n 22.86 +.05 +31.1
CongrStn 456.47 +201 +19,8
CTMun nr 1137 +.01 +3,8
Contlran 68,34 +.55 +17.7
CnvSoc 24,09 +10 +16,4
Destlnylln 1304 -.07 +16.2
DisEqn 30.76 +.01 +19.3
DiverInlt n 37.21 +.52 +28,4
DivStkO n 15.13 -.09 +16.9
DivGthn 31.20 +.10 +17.4
EmrgMktn 21.67 +.16 +44.5
Equlnc n 58,70 +.14 +23.2
EQIIn 24.82 +.12 +17.7
EurCapAp n 27.05 +.32 +36.6
Europe n 42.13 +.54 +30.1
ExchFd n 314.20 +1.89 +20.5
Export n 22.31 +.22 +15.7
FidelFd 34.82 +.08 +19.2
Fiftynr 22.12 +.04 +17.4
FItRaleHi r 9.94 +5.9
FLMum 11.42 +4.0
FourinOne n 28.87 +.10 +17.9
GNMAn 10.70 +.01 +3.5
Govtincn 9.99 +.01 +3.2
GroCon 66.29 ... +16.0
Grolnc 30.08 -.15 +11,2
GroIncil 10.85 -.01 168.9
Highlncrn 8.92 ... +9.1
Indepndncen 21.30 +,04 +19.8
InProBnd 10.80 -.02 +0.7
IntBd n 10.23 +,01 +3.7
nlGov 9.97 +.01 +3.1
ntMunin 995 +.01 +3.9
IntlDisc 36.34 +.54 +29.3
IntlSmCap m 28.65 + 68 +21.9
IntSCpOpp r 14.11 +.36 +41.4
lnvGBSn 7.35 +.01 +4.2
Japan n 16.96 +.37 +20.1
JpnSmCon 13.47 +.5 +5.1
LgCapVI 1462 +.05 +22.
LatAm n 40.91 -.11 +53.1
LevCoStock 27.78 -.15 +25.4
LowPrrn 41.17 +,06 +19.3
Magellan n 90.16 +.35 +13.3
MD Mum 1083 +.01 +3.9
MA Muni n 1188 +4.4
MI Muni n 11 .3 +.01 +4.2
MidCap n 29.02 -.19 *24.8
MN Mun n 11,39 +.01 +3.9
MIgeSec n 10,98 +.01 +4,1
Munlnc n 12080 +.01 +4.5
NJ Munr 11.50 +.01 +4.3
NewMK tnr 14.92 +07 6 13,4
NewMlan 37.84 -S10 +19.8
NYMun n 12.77 +.01 +4.3
OTC 39.50 -.34 .14.0
OhMun n 11.64 +.01 +4.1
Ovrsea n 46.60 +.63 +29.6
PacBasn 27.13 +.50 *27.5
PAMun nr 10.77 +.01 +3.9
Puritan 19.65 +.04 +16.4
RealEstn 36,00 +.29 +40.8
ShlnMu n 10.19 +2.8
STBFn 885 +4.2
SmCapind 21.92 +.12 +15.3
SmalCapS nr 18.55 -.11 +16.0
SmCapValur 13.60 -.07 +21.7
SEAsian 25.22 +.18 +40.4
SIkSlcIn 27.09 -.03 +18.0
StatDivnc 13.22 +.01 +18.9
Stralnc n 10.55 +.02 +7.3
StratReRn r 10.0 +.03 +4.6
TotalBondn 10.39 +.01 +4.5
Trend n 62.67 +.13 +17.8
USBI0 n 10.80 +.01 +3.8
UtiShtBdmn 10.02 ... +4.7
Utility n 18.13 +.35 +33,4
ValueDsc 16.88 -.03 423.8
ValStral 34.05 +.14 +22.3
Value n 83.07 -.30 +20,9
Wddwdeln 21.68 +.24 +24.4
Fidelity Selects:
Ain 46.12 +.44 +31.3
Banking n 38.14 -.47 +16.2
Biotech n 65.37 +.72 +158
Broken 75,53 -1,36 +29.3
Cheman 70,44 +.23 +22.6
CommEquip 20.25 -.70 +9.8
Compn 37.65 +.22 +11.7
ConsumDoscr 27.60 -.15 +20.5
ConStaple 57.37 +.62 +18.3
CstHou n 45.11 -.71 +6.2
DIAlro n 80.72 -1.08 +18.5
Electr n 42.26 -1.57 +.66
Energy 47.54 +.99 +20.1
EngSvcn 64.80 +1.59 +20.2
Environ 17.30 +.05 +18.3
FminSvc n 123.55 -1.23 +21.7
Gold m 33.24 -.17 +47.4
Health n 130.94 +2.62 +11.3
HomeFinn 53.865 -1.04 +15.0
Insurin 71.80 -.65 .+15.5
Leisrn 82.65 -.39 +21.0
Materials 47.61 +.13 +26.6
MedDe n 51.67 +1.04 +2.8
MedEqSys n 24.18 +.28 +7.0
Multimedn 47.70 +.62 +18.0
NatGasn 37.96 +.80 +13.9
NalRs r 25.94 +.48 +26.0
Paper n 30.97 -.14 +23.9
Pharman 11.07 +.29 +20.1
Relailpn 54,16 -.68 +22.9
Sofltwrn 62.76 +.15 +25.2
Techn 65.41 -.42 +11.1
Telecom n 47.12 +.34 +32.2
Transn 50.00 +.35 +23.4
UInGr n 53.31 +1.55 +32.8
Wireless n 6.75 -.13 +14.0
Fidelity Spartan:
Equtlndlnvn 48.46 +.11 +18.3
ExlMktlndlnv 37.76 -.06 +19.4
5001ndxlnv nr 95,20 +.22 +18.3
Govln n 10.78 +.01 3.1
Intlendxlnv 41.92 +.55 +30.1
TolMklndnv 38235 +.05 +18.7
Fidelity Spart Adv:
EqlndxAdv 48.46 +.11 +18.4
IntlAdvr 41.93 +.56 +30.1
500Advr 95.21 +.22 +18.4
TollMklAdv r 38.38 +.05 +18.7
First Amer FdsY:
CaieBond 10.93 +.03 +3.5
EqylnAconp 15.95 +.05 +21.7
Eqldx np 25.64 +.06 +16.2
InlSond 9.81 +.02 +3.4
Intn 14.89 +.17 +27.9
MdCpGIOp 43.16 -.56 +13.9
First Eagle:
GlobalA 47,88 +.27 +21.5
OversessA 26.46 +.18 +22.7
First Investors A
BIChlpA p 22.91 ... +15.7
GlobalA p 7.95 +.05 +16.7
GovlAp 10.67 +.01 +3.1
GrolncAp 15.16 -.01 +15.9
IncomeA p 3,02 7.5
InvGrdA p 9,45 +.01 .2.8
MATFAp 11.78 +.01 +3.3
MITFAp 12,25 +.01 +3.7
MIdCapAap 28,91 -.03 +12,2
NJTFA p 12.85 ... +3,4
NYTFA p 14.30 +.01 +3.5
PATFAp 12.80 +.01 +3,7
SpSIIA p 23.39 -.01 +22.4
TaxExptAp 9.89 ... +3.1
TolRalAp 14.82 ,., +11,0
ValueB p 7.59 +.03 +21.3
Firsthand Funds:
GlobTech 4.11 -.06 +17.1
Tech Valuevn 34,52 -1.54 +16,5
Frank/Temp Fmk A:
AGEAp 2.10 +*01 +9.0
AdJUS p 6.87 ... +3.5
ALTFAp 11.42 ... +4.0
AZTFAp 11.03 +.01 .4.3
Balln. p 60.69 -.28 +20.5
CAHYBd p 10.45 +.01 6.,4
CallnsA p 12.03 .,, *4,2
CA IntermA p 11.50 +.01 +3,9
CalTFrA p 7.32 +*01 +5,2
CapGrA 11.70 -.01 +11.9
CO TFA p 11.96 +.01 +4.4
CTTFAp 11.04 ... +4.2
CvatScA p 17.05 +.05 +t3.4
Dbl TxFr A 11.92 +.01 +4.3


DynaTechA 26.29 -.14 +8.6
EqlncA p 22.49 +.01 +118.5
Fedinterm p 11.40 +.01 +3.9
FedTxFrA p 12.09 +.01 +4.7
FlexCapGrA 41.79 -.09 +12.9
FIRIDA p 1006 ... +5.5
FLTFAp 11.86 +.01 +4.3
FoundFAlp 13.97 +.11 NE
GA TFA p 12.05 ... +4.1
GoldPrM A 29.85 +,37 +50.8
GrowlhA p 40.38 +.33 +119.3
HYTFA p 10.90 +,01 +6.9
IncoSerA p 2.61 +.03 +16.5
InsTFAp 12.24 +.01 +4,0
NYIntmITF p 10.88 ... +3.4
LATFAp 11.51 ... +4,6
LMGvSecA 9.86 ... +2.9
MDTFAp 11,70 +42
MassTFA p 11.687 4.1
MIchTFA p 12.20 .01 +4.1
MNInsA 12,07 .01 44.2
MOTFAp 12.24 +.01 +4.
NJTFA p 12.09 +.01 +4.2
NYInsA p 11,53 +.01 +3.9
NY TFA p 11.77 +.01 +3.8
NC TFA p 12.26 +.01 +4.3
OhtolTFAp 1252 +,01 4,3
ORTFA p 11.2 +.01 +4.1
PATFAp 10,37 .. +4.2,


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
ReESecA p 28.77 + 07 +21.6
RisDivA p 37.01 -.20 .23.6
SMCpGrA 3898 47 +10.4
SIrallnep 10,109 104 +7.0
USGovA p 0.40 +.02 ,3,6
UlltliesA p 13.48 ,+34 -23.
VATFAp 11.77 01 13.9
Frank/Tmp Fmk Adv:
IncomeAdv 2.60 + 03 16.8
Frank/Temp Frnk B:
IncnmeBlp 2.61 +03 +15.9
IncomeB t 2.60 +.03 +15,6
Frank/Temp Fmk C:
FoundFAIp 13.74 +.11 NE
IncormaCI 2,62 +,02 +15.9
Frank/Temp Mtil A&B:
BeaconA 17,23 +.07 +21.8
OiscovA 29.62 +.21 +26.4
EuropnA p 24.61 +.22 +30,9
QualihedA t 22.06 +.13 +2109
SharesA 26.41 +.12 +20,0
Frankr"emp Mtl C:
DIscC I 29.30 +.20 +25.5
SharesCt 26.03 +.11 +19.1
FrankTemp Temp A:
DevMktAp 26.60 +.13 +30.8
ForeignA p 1307 -1.01 +20.8
GIBondA p 10,79 +.05 +10.1
GISmCoA p 856 -.89 +21.5
GrowthA p 24.45 -1.80 +23.4
IntlxEM p 18.71 +.23 +26.0
WorldAp 18.78 -1.42 +22.7
Frank/Temp Tmp Adv:
FignAv 13.02 -1.04 +21.0
GrthAv 24.48 -1.83 +23.7
Frank/rempTmp B&C:
DevMktC 25.97 +.12 +29.9
ForgnCp 12.88 -.94 +19.9
GrwthC p 23.85 -1.69 +22.6
GE Elfun S&S:
S&S Income n 11.08 +.02 +4.2
S&S PM n 48.23 +.20 +19.1
TaxEx 11.71 +.01 14.5
Trusts n 54.90 +.07 +13.4
GE Instl Funds:
IntlEq n 15.58 +.25 +3206
GMOEmMkVr 21.18 +.03 +38.5
GMO Trust II:
Foreign 18,0 8 +.21 +31.2
GMO Trust III:
EmgMkr 21,23 +.02 +38.3
ECD 11.34 +.08 +15.0
Foreign 18,14 +.22 +31.2
IntlGrEq 32.12 +.47 +26.6
IntlCoreEqty 3847 +.53 +29.6
IntllntVal 35.18 +.42 +29.5
InltSmCo 13.86 +.26 +32.2
TxMgdlntE 19.84 +.26 +30.4
USQSlyEqty 21.92 +.29 +16.5
USCoreEqty 14.90 +.03 +13.6
GMO Trust IV:
CorePlusBd 10.67 +.03 +4.5
EmgCnDI 11.34 +.08 +15.0
EmerMkt 21.19 +.03 +38.4
Foreign 18.15 +.22 +31.3
IntlCoreEq 38.47 +.53 +29.7
IntlntrVal 35.18 +.42 +29.6
USQualEq 21.93 +.29 +16.6
GMO Trust VI:
EmgMklsr 21.20 +.02 +38.5
InflIndxPlus 25,61 -.05 NS
IntlCoreEq 38.46 +.53 NS
USCoreEq 14.87 +.02 +13.6
Gabelli Funds:
Asset 47.49 +.24 +21.5
GrowthAAA 29.59 -07 +10.1
Gartmore Fds D:
Bond 9.51 +.02 +4.1
GvtBdD 10.12 +.01 +3.3
GrowthD 7.30 -.07 +9.4
NationwD 20,42 +.03 +17.5
TxFre r 10.45 +3.7
Gartmore Fds Instl:
IntldxIn 10.53 14 +29.9
MdCpMIkd4I n 15.64 -.10 +16.4
NwBdadxl n 10.71 +.01 +3.4
S&P500Onslln 11.72 +.02 +18.2
Gartmore Fds Serv:
IDModAgg p 10.90 +.03 NA
IDMod p 10.87 +.02 NA
Gateway Funds:
Gateway 26.83 +.01 +11.1
Glenmede Funds:
Ino 22.21 +.30 +308
Phallnll 22.05 +.29 +30.4
Goldman Sachs A:
CapGrA 21.56 ... +12.6
GrlSItA 13.19 +.05 +17.1
GrlncA 29.77 -.04 +24.8
GrthOppsA 21.82 -.23 +8.1
HlYieldA 8.02 +.01 +10.1
HYMuniAp 11.49 .. +7.9
MidCapVA p 38.69 +.18 +19.3
SmaCapA 46.28 -,24 +23.4
Goldman Sachs Inst.
CoreFxc 9.78 +3 2
HiYleld 8.03 +.01 +10,5
HYMuni 11.50 +.01 +6.4
MmdCapVal 39.06 +.1 +19.7
Stuctlnlt 14.99 +.12 +315
Guardian Funds:
Stock 32.61 -.04 +21.2
GuldeStone Funds:
CpOppGS4 16.56 +.03 +14.4
GlblEqGS4 17.69 +.04 +16.0
GrincoGS4 15.01 +.03 +10.7
GrEqGS4 17.48 -.06 +6.6
InltEqGS4 20.04 +.23 +29.0
LowDurGS4 12.63 -.04 +34
MdDurGS4 13.31 -.02 +3.5
VaiuEqGS4 19,46 +.04 +21.3
Harbor Funds:
Bond 11.66 +.02 +3.5
CapAppnsCtn 32.55 -.03 +8.2
Intl nr 59.61 +.74 +36.1
SCpVIInsl 21.14 -.01 +12.8
Harding Loevnen
EmgMklsr 40.11 +.04 36.1
Hartford Fds A:
AdwrsAp 16.56 +01 +11.5
CapAppAp 39.41 +.05 +232
DivGhAwp 21.28 +.07 +20.5
FlIRlleAp 10.15 +.02 +6.5
MtdCapAp 25.268 -.04 +164
SmnCoAd p 21.44 -.05 +19.8
Hartford Fds B:
CapAppB pn 36.03 +. +22.3
Hartford Fds C:
CapAppCI 36.17 +.04 +22.3
Hartford HLS IA:
CapApp 56.33 +.06 +24.4
DilscplEqty 13.72 -.05 +15.7
Div&Grmwh 23.44 +.08 +21.2
GblLdrs 20.29 -.03 +21.2
GrnlhOpp 31.08 -.08 +17.2
Advisers 23.96 +.03 +12.0
Stock 53.49 +.02 +16.
Index 33.08 +07 +1.1
IntlOpp 15.41 +.19 +26.3
MidCap 29.78 -.04 +18.6
TotalRetBd 11.54 +.03 +3,8
Hartford HLS IBl:
Advisors p 24.08 +.02 +11.7
CapApprcAp 25.95 +.06 +24.0
DiVGm rp 23.33 +.08 +20.9
TotRet p 11.47 +.03 +3.6
Heartland Fds:
Value 53.13 +.68 +25.9
Henderson GIbI Fds:
nllOppA p 22.77 +.31 +30.0
Hennessy Funds:
CorGrow 20.73 +.02 +18.5
ComGroll 30.91 -.04 +20.2
Heritage Funds:
MIdCStkAp 29.96 -.07 +17.6
HollBalFd 16.56 +.09 +12.4
Hotchkls &WIley:
CoreValul 14.02 +.01 +16.5
LgCpVal 25.24 ... +15.5
LgCapValAp 25.15 ... +15.3
MdCpVae p 30.91 -.24 +20.6
MIdCpVal 31.09 -.24 +20.9
HussmrenStrGr 16.20 -.03 +3.0
CM SmICo 41.49 -.25 +21.9
ICON Fds:
Energy 32.57 +.67 +17.8
HlthcFre 18.19 +.29 +6.0
ING Funds Cl A:
IntValA p 21.23 +.00 +27.9
ING Partners:
JPMFInln 15,49 +.17 +27.4
SBAggGrIne 48.21 -.23 +16.2
TRPGrEql n 56.56 -.02 +15.9
ING TM,Q&I:
InIVall 21.28 +.07 +28.3
ISI Funds:
NoAc p 7.33 +.02 +4.2
IXIS Advisor Cl A:
TarEqly 10,65 +.03 +11.3
Ivy Funds:
GINaIRsAp 30,51 +.10 +31.7
GIbNalResCp 28.28 +.09 +30.7
JPMorgan A Class:
Inv Bal p 12,80 +.03 +11.8
Invdr~tnAbp 14.49 +,03 +15,2
MdCpValp 26.09 +.07 +21.2
JP Morgan InstIl:
MIdCapVaun 26.53. +.07 +21,8
JPMorgan Select:
Bond 9.23 +*02 +3.6
InglEq 37.38 +*42 +28.7
IntrepdGr 22.09 -.03 +14,8
MdCpValu .,, +21.5
USEquily 12.10 +,03 +20.0
JPMorgan Sel CIs:
CoreaBond 10.54 +.03 +3.5
CoePlusBd n 7.09 +.01 +3,9
Eqlndx 31.16 +.07 +18,2
GoaBond 10.04 +.03 +3.2
HIYldBond 8639 +.02 +10.8
InlmdTFPd 10.83 +.01 +3,5

IntlEql 26.52 +.31 +30,2
InlrdAmer 27.28 -.02 +20,5
LgCapVal 17.78 +.03 +23.4
MltCpMkNeurll .2 +.05 +0,3
MunllncSI 9.74 +.01 +3.7
SmCpCore 49.12 -.13 +1908
TaxFrBond n 12.70 +.02 +4.1
JP Morgan Ultra:
MtgBacked 10,36 +.02 +4.0
Janus:


Balanced n 23.84 +.09 +13.9
Conlrarian 17,22 +.05 +26.0
CoreEq 25.23 -.17 +17.7
Entearpr 44.93 -.41 +17.2
FedTxExn 6.99 +.01 +4.1
FIxBond 9.35 +.02 +3.4
Fund 2731 -.03 +13.3
GI LleScl nr 20.47 +.26 +6.1
GITechr 12.03 -.22 +12.2
Grthlnc n 38.92 -.49 +13.0
Mercury n 24.00 -.14 +11.8
MdCpVllnst 24.75 ,. +19.4
MIdCapVal 24.64 ... +19.3
Olympus n 32,93 -,08 +9.4
Orion 9.27 -.03 +23.9
Overseas nr 4123 +.568 +51,1
ShTmBd 2.88 ... +4.0
SCVInsI 30.28 -.06 +15.4
SCVInv 30.03 -.06 +15.2
Twenty 52.05 +.30 l14.3
Ventur 64.49 +1.17 +22.5
WrIdW nr 46,92 -.20 +16.9
Janus Adv S Shrs:
Forty 29.69 +.12 +11.7
Janus Aspen Instl:
Balanced 27.35 +.11 +14.0
WorldwGrn 29.98 -.13 +16.8
JennlsonDryden A:
BlondA 19.16 -.03 +17.6


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Mutual Fund Foolnolos: E. Cia~7ldI .a~imdl:twiotrratI3
Pii i.abdjjv j ucobi;.-, rl), i++.Cr.'*p Fur~d 5a+.:.rs ..,d

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Source: Lipper. Inc. and The Armocialed Press


12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn
GrowthA 16.05 -.02 +7.4
HiYIdA p 5.73 +.01 +9.2
InsuredA 10.76 ... +3.8
UtilityA 16.49 +.28 +31.5
ValueAp 22.38 -.01 +23.1
JennisonDryden B:
GrowthB 14.66 -.02 +6.6
HiYldBn6t 5.72 +.01 +8.4
InsuredB 10.78 +.01 +3.5
JennlsonDryden Z&:
GrowthZ 16.53 -.01 +7.8
JensenJ 26.05 +.40 +14.1
John Hancock A:
BondAp 14.73 +.02 +3.5
ClassicVal p 28.01 +.13 +21,8
RgBkA 41.69 -.71 +17.0
SIrIncA p 6,76 +.02 +3.8
USGIbLdrs n 28.50 -.04 +3.4
John Hancock B:
StrlncB 6.76 +.02 +3.2
John Hancock CI1:
LSAggress 14.65 +.08 +18.6
LSBOlanc e 14.69 +.06 +13.5
LS Conserve 13.71 +*05 +7.6
LSGrowth 15,14 +.07 +15.7
LS Moder 13,63 +.05 +10,3
Julius Baer Funds:
IntlEql r 43.43 +.51 +33.4
InllEqA 42,55 +.50 +33.0
IntlEqillr 13.98 +.15 +31.1
KeelSmCp p 24.74 +.15 +25.7
Kinetics Funds:
Paradigm 23.86 +.17 +25.3
LSVValEqn 18.80 +.03 +26.4
Laudus Funds:
IntlMMstri 20,53 +.24 +26.7
Lazard InstI:
EmgMktll 20.24 +.04 +34.2
Legg Mason: Fd
Opply_FlIp 17.71 +.13 NE
OpportTr t 17.42 +.13 +15.0
Splnv np 41.55 -.57 +10.4
ValTr p 68.12 +.21 +8.8
Legg Mason Inst:
ValTrFl p 74.25 +.24 +9.5
ValTrlnst 75.61 +.25 +9.9
Legg Mason Ptrs A:
AgGrAp 113.73 -.37 +14.8
ApprAp 15.68 +.07 +15.5
CaplncA 17.98 +.05 +11.4
FdValAp 16.23 ... +17.9
HilncA1 6.77 .. +6.9
IntAlICpGrAp 14.68 +.17 +27.6
LgCapGA p 22.99 -.20 +5.5
MgMuAp 15.63 ... +6,0
Legg Mason Ptrs B:
AgGrBt 101.05 -.34 +13.8
ApprB t 15.21 +.06 +14.4
CaplncB t 17.83 +,05 +10.7
FdValB 1 15.11 +.01 +17.0
LgCapGB t 21.48 -19 +4.7
Legg Mason Ptrs C:
AggGiC 101.92 -.34 +14.0
Legg Mason Ptrs 1:
DivSrall 18.38 +.15 +19 3
Groinc1 17.11 -.01 +10.4
Legg Mason Ptrs Y:
A9GmY I 118.63 -,.37 +15.3
LgCapGmY 23.79 -.20 +5.9
Leuthold Funds:
Corelnvst n 18.10 +.26 +14.3
Longleaf Partners:
Partners 36.51 +.37 +23.6
Intln 19.48 +.02 +19.7
SmCap 32.07 +.77 +29.1
Loomis Seyles:
LSBondl 14.19 +.10 +105
SIrlnc C 14.70 +.09 +10.1
LSBondR 14.15 +.09 +10.2
StIrlncA 14.65 +.09 +109
Lord Abbett A:
AffillatdA p 15.78 +.06 +20.8
AliValueA 13.04 -.02 +18.6
BalanStrA 11.95 +.03 +13.38
BondDebAp 7.88 +.02 +64
GlIncA p 675 +.04 +2.5
MrdCapAp 22.99 -.04 +14.1
RsiSmpA 33.65 -.29 +28.7
RsaAValp 13.06 +.07 +14.3
Lord Abbett B:
AMildBp 18582 +.06 +20.0
BdDBp 7.89 +.02 +7.8
Lord Abbett C:
ABldC p 15.79 +.06 +20.1
BdDbCp 7.89 +.01 +7.77
MTdCapVlCp 21.99 -.04 +13.3
Lord AbbettY:
AllY 15.82 +.07 +21.2
RschSmCpY 35.00 -.30 +29.1
M Funds:
Brandeslns 25.08 +.07 +26.4
MFS Funds A:
MTA 20.18 ... +16.5
MIGA 13.42 -.04 +10.1
BondA 12.49 +.02 +3.8
EmGrA 35.43 -.22 +10.5
GrAIA 14.60 +.01 +14.8
GrOpA 9.19 -.05 +7.2
HilncA 3.84 +8.7
IntNwDA 2731 +.26 +30.3
MuBdA 10.51 +.01 +4.3
MuHlAI 8.50 +.01 +6.9
MuFLA 10.10 +.01 +4.4
ResBondA 9.94 +.02 +3.3
RschA 23.04 -08 +14.0
ReschlaLA 20.11 +.25 +33.2
TotRA 16.28 +.04 +12.0
UOILA 15.10 +.26 +29.6
ValueA 26.36 +.07 +22.2
MFS Funds B:
MAR e 19.60 ... +15.7
MIGB 12.20 -.03 +9.4
GvScB 9.38 .02 +2.2
HilnB 3.85 +7.7
MulnB 8.58 +.01 +3.8
TotRB 16.27 +.04 +11.2
ValueB 26.21 +.07 +21.5
MFS Funds C:
TotRtC 16.34 +.04 +11.2
ValueC 26.18 +.07 +21.5
MFS Funds I:
RelnT 20.61 +.25 +33.7
StratGrthl 20.11 -.17 +7.1
Value 26.47 +.07 +22.7
MFS Funds Insth:
InlEqty 20.79 +.20 +31.4
MainStay Funds A:
HiYldBdA 6,34 +.03 +9.1
MailnStay Funds B:
CpAppB t 29.46 -.16 +8.9
ConvB t 14.35 +.05 +10.7
GovtB1 8.15 +,02 +2.3
HYIdBB t 6.30 +.02 +8,1
In9lEqB 15.60 +.24 +28.6
SmCpGrBp 15.27 -.12 +11.4
TotRtBt 19.72 -.06 +11.3
MainStay Funds I:
ICAP Eqly 46.74 +.11 +21.0
ICAPSelEq 40.94 +.12 +20.0
S&P5001dx 31.94 +.07 +18.1
Mairs & Power:
Growth n 76,.44 -.37 +13.7
Managers Funds:
FremontBd n 10.21 +.01 +3.1
SpclEq 93.48 -.43 +16.7
Marsico Funds:
Focusp 18.74 -.09 +11.3
Growp 19.18 -.11 +8.9
21slCent p 14.49 -.07 +22.6
MassMutual Inst:
CoreBdS 10.94 +.02 +3.3


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rln
Master Select:
Equity 15.90 ... +13.6
Intll 19.92 +.24 +26.3
Matthews Asian:
AsianG&l 19.04 +.07 +20.9
PacTiger 22.17 +.10 +30.2
Mellon Funds:
BondFund 12.25 +.03 +3.2
EmgMkIs 25.76 +,13 +31,4
IntlFund 18.28 +.21 +26.8
LrgCapSlk 10.82 -.02 +15.0
MIdCapStk 14.73 -.14 +17.8
NatllntMunI 12.99 .. +4.0
Mellon Inst Funds:
IntlEqly 40.26 +.52 +30.9
MergerFdn 16.04 ... +10.9
Meridian Funds:
Growth 41.54 -.36 +22.4
Value 38.97 -.15 +19.4
Metro West Fds:
TotalRelBondl 9.54 ... +4.8
Midas Funds:
Midas Fd n 3.77 NA
Monetta Funds:
Monettan 12.39 -.06 +11.0
MonlagGr I 24.92 +.09 +9.4
Morgan Stanley A:
DivGthA 29.62 +.16 +13.4
EqlyWtdAp 42.63 -.06 +19.2
FocusGroA 27.00 +.12 +7.5
GlobDivA 15.97 +.14 +21.4
US GvtA 8.95 +.01 +3.0
Morgan Stanley B:
DvGthB 29,77 +.17 +13.6
FocusGrowB 25,15 +.10 +6.7
GIbDIvB 16.17 +.13 +21.5
GrowthB 13.80 +.05 +11.1
StralB 20.64 -.05 +16,6
MorganStanley Inst:
ActIntln 14.46 +.20 +29.1
EmMkt n 30.36 +.25 +42.2
CrPIFInstIn 11,34 +.02 +4.3
GIValEqAn 20,15 +.15 +21.3
InllSmCpA n 25.27 +.47 +18.0
IntlEq n 23.57 +.26 +23.1
IntlEqBnp 23,35 +.25 +22.8
LIdDurPIn 10.32 +.01 +4,0
MCapGr n 25.74 -.15 +15,7
MCGrAdvp 25.06 -.14 +15.4
SmICoGrAn 13.68 .. +17.5
USLgCpGrA 19.48 +.08 +12.2
USRealn 29.47 +15 +44.3
Muhlenkmpn 83.24 -.37 +7.0
Munder Funds A:
InlearetA 19.11 -.19 +4.0
MdCpCGrt 24.35 -.14 +16.2
Mutual Series:
BeaconZ 17.35 +.07 +22.2
DiscZ 29.96 +.21 +26.8
EumropZ 25.02 +.22 +31.3
QuafdZ 22.22 .13 +22.3
SharesZ 26.62 +.11 +20.3
Neuberger&Berm Inv:
Focus n 35.864 -.32 +19.3
Genesis n 35.11 +.14 +10.7
GenesInsl 48.23 +.20 +10.9
Guardn n 19.28 -.05 +14.8
Int r 24.56 +.34 +26.5
Partner n 29.51 +.03 +15.8
Neuberger&BermTr
Genesis n 50.15 +.20 +10.6
Partner n 22.75 +.03 +15.6
Nicholas Group:
Highincl 2.15 +7.5
NdAn .n 60.45 -.24 +10.2
Northeast Investors:
Trust 7.66 +.01 +10.7
Northern Funds:
Fixn n 9.76 +.02 +3.4
HiYFxnc n 8.04 +.01 +7.8
InltEqIdx r ... +29.3
IntGrEq n 13.34 +.18 +26.8
LogCapVal 14.50 +,08 +21.1
SmICapldxn 11.98 + 22.4
Technln 11.96 -.18 +6
Nuveen Cl A:
HYMdMuBd p 22.54 +.03 +7.9
Nuveen Cl C:
HYMunBd t 22.53 +.04 +7.3
Nuveen Cl R:
InMunR 10.78 +.02 +4.6
InlmOurMuBd 9.00 +.01 +4.1
Oak Assoc Fds:
WhtOakSIGr n31.21 --,26 0.0
Oaakark Funds I:
EqtyFncr 26.69 +.02 +11.4
Globallr 27.46 +.25 +255
Intl r 27.42 +.25 +30.1
IntlSmCpr 24.30 +,15 +34k6
Oakmarkr 45.79 -.09 +17.8
Select r 35,53 -.14 +17.1
Old Mutual Adv II:
TechiComA n 12.30 -.32 +8,7
Old Westbury Fds:
Inl n 13409 +.10 +24.6
MidCapEq p 17.55 -.17 +22.5
RealRelum 11.60 -.03 +15.7
Olistein Funds:
FnclAlerIC 17.87 -.02 +15.8
Oppenhelmer A:
AMTFrMuA 1021 +.01 +7.0
AMTFrNY 13.15 +.01 +7.7
CAMunlAp 1160 +.01 +7,0
CapAppAp 4458 -.32 +11.1
CaplncAp 12.685 +.05 +12.2
ChlncA p 9.37 +.01 +7.9
DevMklA p 40.29 +035 +32.3
DlscFd p 45,22 -.24 +10.5
EquglyA 11.18 -.01 +12.8
GlobalAp 73.74 +.15 +22.0
GIbOppA 40.54 -.56 +28.8
Goldp 29.01 +.35 +69.1
GrowthAp 30.25 -.25 +7.8
HighYdAp 9.38 ... 0.0
intlBdAp 5.82 +.03 +5.6
IntGrowp 25,44 +.33 +30.8
IntlSmlCoA 24,03 +.68 +33.3
LTGovA p 9.95 +.01 +3.9
LtdTrmMu 15,87 -.02 +4.9
MnStFdA 41.14 +.07 +18.3
MainStrOpAp 14.94 +.03 +18.9
MnSISCpAp 22.77 -.10 +20.5
MidCapA 18.66 -.10 +0.6
PAMuniAp 12.90 +.01 +6,4
RaalAstAp 6.97 +.04 -12.,6
S&MdCpVIA 36.60 -.05 +18.9
SrlncA p 4.20 +.01 +6.2
USGVtvp 9.41 +.01 +3.3
ValueAp 26.06 +.13 +17,5
Oppenheimer B:
AMTFrMuB 10.17 ... +6.1
AMT-FrNY 13.18 +.02 +7.0
CapAppBp 40,80 -.30 +10.2
CaplncB 312.51 +.05 +11.3
ChIncB t 9.36 +.01 +7.1
Equity B 10.66 -.01 +11,8
GloblBI 68.50 +.12 +21.0
HYldB t 9.24 .. 0,0
MnSIFdB 39.78 +.07 +17,3
StIrlncBt 4,22 +02 +5.4
Oppenheimer C&M:
DovMktCI 39.30 +.33 +31,3
GlobalC p 69,68 +.13 +21.1
InlIBondC 5.80 +,03 +4.9
MnStFdC 39,73 +.07 +17.4
StrlncC I 4.19 +.01 +5.4
Oppenheim Quest:
QBalA 18.73 -.12 +12.4
QBalanC 18.39 -.12 +11.6
QBalanB 18.37 -.13 +11,5
QOpplyA 30.19 +.06 +,5


Exp. Open High Low Settle Chg

CORN (CBOT)
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Dec06 316.00 319.00 311.00 312.00 -3.00
Mar07 327.00 330,00 323.00 324.00 -2.00
May07 333.00 335.00 330.00 331.00 -1.00
Jul07 337.00 340.00 335.00 336.00 -1.00
Sep 07 330.00 332.00 328.00 329.00 -1.00
Dec07 328,00 331.00 327.00 328,00 -1,00
Mar08 334.00 335,00 331.00 334,00 -.00
Est, sales 125,998. ThukSs sales 209,229
ThuSs open Int. 1,303,808, -1,277
OATS (CBOT)
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Dec06 229.00 229.00 224.00 224.00 -4.00
Mar07 233.00 233.00 230.00 230.00 -4.00
May07 236.00 236.00 234.00 234.00 -2.00
Jul07 238,00 238.00 238.00 238.00 -2.00
Sep07 225.00 225.00 225.00 225.00
Dec07 210.00 212.00 209.00 209.00 -1.00
May 08 209.00 209.00 209.00 209.00 -1.00
Est. sales 731. Thutes sales 1,543
Thuues open Int. 13.438, +28
WINTER WHEAT (KCBT)
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Dec06 533.00 534.00 528.00 531.00 +1.00
Mar07 547.00 547.00 539.00 543.00 +3.00
May07 525.00 527.00 523.00 525.00 +.00
Jul 07 480.00 485.00 478.00 484.00 +2.00
Sep07 482.00 484.00 480.00 484.00 +2.00
Dec07 488.00 491.00 486.00 486.00 -2.00
Mar08 491.00 491.00 491,00 491.00 -7.00
Est, sales 8,758. ThuM oas sales 9,938
Thu/ims open Int. 135,222, -734
COTTON 2 (NYBT)
50,000 lbs.- cents per b.
Dec 06 48.90 49.25 48.45 49.21 +.46
Mar07 52.00 52.60 51,85 52.45 +.50
May 07 53.50 54.00 53.50 54.00 +.60
Jul07 54.60 55,05 54.50 55.00 +.40
Oct07 56,00 56.10 56.00 56.10 +.25
Dec 07 56.70 57.20 56.70 57.00 +.45
Mar 08 59.00 59.00 59.00 59.00 +.45
Est. sales 8,809, Thueas sales 11,230
Thu%'lss open Int. 185,310, -364
COCOA (NYBT)
10 metric Ions- $ per ton
Dec 06 1443 1447 1427 1434 -9
Mar 07 1478 1480 1464 1469 -9
May 07 1502 1502 1492 1492 -9


12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn
Oppenheimer Roch:
LtdNYA p 3.39 .. +4.9
LtdNYC I 3'38 +.01 +4.1
RoNIMuC I 12.66 +.02 +9,4
RoMu Ap 16.64 +.02 +8.3
RoMuS 1082 +,.01 +7.3
RoMuCp 18.81 .01 +7.3
RcNtlMuA 12.68 +02 +10.3
PIMCO Admin PIMS:
ShITmAd p 9.97 +3.8
TolRetAd n 10.37 +.01 +3.2
PIMCO Instl PIMS:
AIIAssul 12.71 +.03 +5.5
CommodRR 14.27 +.17 -2.2
DevLocMkdr 10,60 +.05 +9.4
Diverlnco 11.06 +.01 +7.0
EmMktsBd 11.30 +04 +10.8
Fl0glncr 10.49 .. +7.8
FrgnBdUnd r 10.03 +.10 +2.4
FignBd n 10.36 ... +3.3
GlobalBdn 9.62 +.07 +2,
HiYIdn 9.71 .. +7.7
LowDurn 9.91 +.01 +3.3
LTUSGn 10.54 +.03 +1.5
ModDurn 9.95 +.01 +3,1
RealRelum 11.08 -.04 -0.4
RealRetinstl 10.74 -.02 +1.0
ShortT 9.97 ... +4.0
TotRetn 10.37 +.01 +3.5
TR II n 9.84 +.01 +3.3
TRIIIn 9.17 +.02 +3.3
PIMCO Funds A:
All Assetp 12,65 +.03 +4.9
CommodRR p 14.17 +.17 -2.6
HiYIdA 9.71 ... +7.2
LowDurA 9.91 +.01 +2.9
RealRetA p 10.74 -.02 +0.6
To(RIA 10.37 +.01 +3.0
PIMCO Funds B:
RealRtBt 10.74 -.02 -0.2
TolRIB I 10.37 +.01 +2.2
PIMCO Funds C:
AlIAssetC 12.66 +.03 +4,1
CommRRp 14.02 +.16 -3,4
RealRlC p 10.74 -.02 +0.1
TotRIC t 10.37 +.01 +2.2
PIMCO Funds D:
CommodRR p 14.18 +.17 -2.7
RealRtn p 10.74 -.02 +0.6
ToiRtanp 1037 .01 +3,1
Pax World:
Balanced 25.21 +.04 +12.6
Paydenfunds:
CoieBond 10.16 +.03 +3.0
PennMulCp 11.12 -.03 +19.1
PhoenixFunds A:
BalanA 15.65 +.03 +13.2
CapGrthA 15,65 -.11 +7.0
InIlA 13.29 +.15 +29.2
MulSStAp 4.72 +.01 +4.7
RealE A 35.77 +.09 +43.5
Pioneer Funds A:
CullenVal 19.56 +.07 +20.3
BalancAp 10,26 +.03 +8.2
BondA p 9.05 +.01 +3.2
EqincA p 33.37 +.27 +26.4
EuroSalEqA 39.31 +.48 +31.7
GrowlthAp 13.44 +.01 +10.7
HIghYIdA p 11.04 +.02 +9.4
InglValA 23.20 +.27 +29.0
MdCpGrA 15.91 -.06 +11.2
MdCpVaA p 25.02 +.08 +15.9
PionFdA p 49.55 -.03 +20.5
TaxFreeAp 11.66 +.02 +4.8
ValueAp 19.05 +.12 +17.4
Pioneer Funds B:
HIYieldBt 11.09 +.03 +6.6
MidCapValB 21.73 +.06 +14.8
Pioneer Funds C:
HiYIdC1 11.19 +.02 +8.6
Price Funds Adv:
Eqtyincp 28.88 +.11 +20.2
Growth pn 30.52 ... +16.3
HIYIdp 6.93 +.02 +8.0
Value p 26.48 +.09 +22.3
Price Funds:
Balance n 20.93 .09 +14.7
BlueChipGn 34.29 -.04 +12.9
CalTxn 11.00 +.01 +4.6
CapAprn 22.07 +.09 +16.5
DivGro n 24,83 +.04 +18.1
EmgEurope 30.55 + 52 +39.6
EmMkS n 29.69 +*24 +35.1
Eqlncn 28.94 +.11 +20.5
Eqldx n 3675 +.08 +18.0
Europe n 20.42 +.33 +29.1
FLInlm n 10,71 ... +3.2
GNM n 9.33 +.01 +3.7
Growth n 30.79 ... +165
Gwthln 21.89 +.08 +159
HlthSaln 26.97 +.42 +17.2
HiYM1n 6.94 +.01 +8.2
ForEqn 19.22 +.32 +24.1
IntlBd n 9.42 +08 +3.2
IntlDis n 47.97 +.86 +32.5
Intl Gi&Inc 16.83 +.24 +31.2
IntStk n 16.30 +.27 +23.9
Japan n 11.16 +.27 +16.1
LaAm n 33.60 +15 +56.3
MdSht n 5.13 ... +2.7
MdTxFrn 10.64 +.01 +4.2
MediaTln 39.31 +.05 +29.7
MdCapn 55.93 -.31 +13.2
MCapVaIn 26.48 -.02 +23.6
NewAmnn 33.00 -.19 +11.9
NASin 13.67 +.09 +30.8
NewEran 44.91 +.72 +24.7
NwHarznn 33,19 -.28 +13.9
Newlocopn 8.85 +.01 +3,5
NYTxFn 11.32 +.01 +4.5
PSBalIn 19.87 +.05 +13.5
PSGrow n 25.18 +.07 +16.5
PSInco n 15.67 +.04 +10.6
RealEst n 24.77 +.07 +42.9
R2010n 15.82 +.04 +14.7
R2015 12.24 +.03 +15.7
Reire2020n 17.13 +.04 +16.9
R2025 12.63 +.04 +18.0
R2030n 18.23 +.05 +19.1
R2040 n 18.33 +.05 +19.2
SciTchn 19.65 -.25 +6.2
STBdn 4.67 ., +3.6
SmCapStkn 35.67 -.25 +18.6
SmapValIn 41.17 +.08 +18.5
SpecGr 20.08 +.,05 +19,6
Speclnn 12.00 +.03 +7.6
TxFreen 10.0 +01 +4,8
TxFdY n 12.05 +.01 +6.4
TFInt mn 1109 +3.7
TxFfSIn 5,33 ... +3.0
US Int 5.23 +.01 +2.2
USLong 11.38 +.03 +1.5
VATFn 11.61 .., +4,2
Value n 26.67 +.10 +22.5
Principal Funds:
LT2030ln 13.50 +.05 +17.8
Principal Inv:
BdMtglnst 10.61 +.03 +3 8
DscLCBIInst 16.04 +.01 +17.4
IntlGrthlnst 13.13 +.25 +30.0
LITm2020In 13.61 +.05 +18.3
PrLVqIn 15.50 +.05 +23.8
PnLCpGr2I 8.96 -.02 +13.3
Putnam Funds A:
AmGvAp 8.60 +.02 +2.6
AABaLAp 12.07 +.04 +15.3
AAGIhA p 13.65 +.05 +20.5
AZTE 9.18 +.01 +3.7
CATxAp 8.20 +.01 +4.3
ClassicEqA p 14.23 -.04 +15.0
Convert p 18,91 +.01 +14.9
DiscGr 19.75 -.04 +16.1
DvnA p 9.91 +.04 +6.0
EqlnAp 18,78 +.02 +21.3
EuroEqA 28.04 +.24 +33.1
FLTxA 9.14 .. +3.8
GeoAp 19.09 +.01 +13.1
GIGvA p 11,97 +.03 +3.3
GIbEqty p 10,51 +.09 +24.4
GrInAp 21,56 -.13 +17.8
HlhAp 64.90 +.84 +7.6
HiYdAp 7.95 -.03 +8.4
HYAdAp 6.14 -.02 +10,5
IncmrnAp 6.69 -.01 +3,3
InltEqp 31,17 +.35 +30.0
InllGrlnp 16.02 +.14 +31.8
IntlCapO p 34.34 +74 +34.4
nevAp 14659 -.07 +17.1
MITxp 8.98 +.01 +3,4
MNTxp 8.97 ., +3,6
NJTxAp 9.23 +,01 +4.1
NwOpAp 47.95 -.15 +13.9
NwValA p 19.82 -.03 +18.7
NYTxAp 8.65 +.01 +4,1
OTCAp 6.68 .. +19.7
PATE 9.09 +3.8


Exp. Open High Low Settle Chg

Jul07 1515 1515 1515 1515 -10
Sep07 1538 1539 1538 1539 -10
Dec07 1569 1569 1560 1562 -10
Mar08 1590 1590 1590 1590 -10
Est. sales 5,078. Thutessa sales 11,782
Thu%,s open Int. 159,623,+76
SUGAR-WORLD 11 (NYBT)
112,000 lbs.- cents per lb.
Mar07 11.50 11.76 11.46 11.71 +.12
May07 11.70 11.87 11.65 11.86 +.12
Jul07 11.75 11.86 11.68 11.86 +.10
Oct07 11.94 12,10 11.89 12.06 +.12
Mar08 12.19 12,40 12.19 12.37 +.18
May08 12.15 12.40 12.15 12.36 +.19
Jul08 12.27 12.27 12.27 12.27 +.20
Est, sales 26,878. Thu'tems sales 56,875
ThuOas open Int. 457,485, -2,467
CATTLE (CME)
40,000 lbs,- cents per lb.
Oct 06 87.67 88.05 87.30 87.67 -.20
Dec06 86.90 87.60 86.75 87.07 -.12
Feb 07 89.75 90.30 89.65 90.20 +.25
Apr07 89.65 90.10 89.60 90.02 +.37
Jun 07 85.75 86.20 85.72 86.05 +.32
Aug 07 84.40 84,65 84.35 84,60 +,12
Oct07 87.15 8?' 7 R70 87.12 -.02
Est. sales 19,565.-." 1,..,, II I .
Thu'tos open Int. 200.666, -624
FEEDER CATTLE (CME)
50,000 Ibs- cents per Ib.
Oct06 106.40 106.60 106,00 106,32 -.37
Nov06 104.50 105,07 104.10 104.75 +.05
Jan 07 103.25 103,55 102,80 103.52 +.15
Mar07 101.60 102.00 101.27 101.95 +.10
Apr07 101,50 101.77 101.40 101.77 +.02
May07 101.60 101.75 101.27 101.75
Aug07 104.20 104.55 104.20 104.50 -.10
Estl sales 4,522. Thumoes sales 5,170
Thummss open Int. 23,341, +63
HOGS-Lean (CME)
40,000 Ibs.- cents per Ib.
Dec 06 58.60 59.45 58.50 59,.35 +.67
Feb07 61.,20 62.10 60.95 62.00 +.82
Apr 07 62.60 63.70 62.50 63.65 +.90
May 07 66.50 67.70 66,50 67.67 +.90
Jun 07 68,25 69.00 68.05 68.97 +.68
Jul07 66.30 67.15 66.30 67.15 +1.00
Aug07 64.30 65.15 64.30 65.15 +.78
Est. sales 15,413, ThuA2ss sales 18,807
.1 to


12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn
TxExA p 8.76 +.01 +4.0
TFInA p 14.85 +.02 +3,7
TFHYA 13.06 ... +5.9
USGvA p 12,97 +.03 +3.4
UtilA p 12.71 +.28 +22.3
VsIaA p 10.91 -.12 +12.2
VoyAp 17.65 -.09 +8.1
Putnam Funds B:
CapApr t 2018 -.10 +15.7
ClasslcEqBt 14.10 -.03 +14.2
DlscGrwIth 18.08 -.04 +15.2
DvrInI 9.83 +.03 +5.2
Eqnc t 18.63 +02 +205
EuEqty B 27.00 +.23 +32.2
FLTxB 9.14 ... +3.3
GeoB I 18.90 +.01 +12.3
GIncB t 11.93 +.03 +25
GIbEqlyt 9.56 +.08 +23.4
GINIRs t 29.44 +.54 +25.1
GrInBt 21.25 -.14 +16.9
HNwhBt 58.15 +.74 +6.8
HiYIdB 7.91 -.03 +7.5
HYAdTBt 6.06 -.02 +9.7
IncomeBt 6.64 -.01 +2.5
InlEq p 29.90 +.32 +29.0
InlGrln t 15.69 +.13 +30.8
IntlNopt 14.83 +.28 +28.0
Inv Bt 13.35 -.06 +16.3
NJTxBI 9.22 .. +3.4
NwOppBI 42.74 -.14 +13.1
NwValp 19.44 -.03 +17.
NYTxB t 8.63 +01 +3.4
OTC BI 7,61 ... +18.9
TxExB t 8.76 +.01 +3.4
TFHYB t 13.08 ... +.2
TFInB t 14.87 +.02 +3.1
USGv I 12.90 +.03 +2.6
UtIBwt 12.64 +.28 +21.3
VIsaaBI 9.45 -.11 +11.4
VoyBlI 15.35 -.08 +7.3
Putnam Funds M:
Dvlnc p 9.81 +.03 +5.7
Putnam Funds Y:
Gr&lnc 21.61 -.13 +18,1
Income 6.73 -.01 +3.5
InllEq 31.42 +.35 +30.2
Voyager 18.25 -.09 +8.3
Quaker Funds:
SltGrwthA 24.36 +.07 +13.8
RS Funds:
CoreEqtlyA 35.96 -.05 +20.8
IntlGrwthA 17.31 +.25 +26.3
RSNalRes ap 34.42 +.81 +18.0
RPartners 34.97 -.07 +12.0
Value Fd 26.92 -.08 +17.5
Rainier Inv Mgt:
SmMCap 36.11 -.47 +20.4
SmMCplnst 36.52 -.48 +20.7
RiverSource A:
BalancedA 10.66 ... +14.5
DspEqA p 7.26 +.05 +18.9
DEI 13.40 ,... +24.8
DivrBd 4.77 +.01 +3.6
DivOppA 8.52 +.06 +23.9
EqtyVal p 12.78 -.02 +25.8
GroMwi 30.53 +.05 +13.2
HiYadBond 2.92 .. +9.5
HiYldTxExA 4.39 +4.1
IntlSelValp 10.94 +.11 +33.1
LgCpEqA p 5.79 ... +16,8
MIdCapGrA 13.75 -.10 +2.4
MidCpValp 9.42 +.04 +24.5
SmColndex 9.16 -.03 +18.0
StrgcAIA 11.07 +.08 +18.4
RIverSource B:
DwrEqlnct 13.40 -.01 +23.8
LgCpEqBt 5.66 ... +15.7
Royce Funds:
LowPrSkSv r 17.44 +.03 +26.0
MicmCapm n 1 8.08 +.23 +23.5
Opptyl r 14.02 -.07 +22.4
PernnMulm 11.78 -.04 +20.1
Premerl nr 17.60 -.18 +18.0
TolRetl r 13,74 -.04 +17.8
ValPlusSvc 13.48 +.04 +25.4
Russell Funds S:
DiBondS 23.14 +.06 +3.3
DivEqS 48,76 -.14 +16.4
EmerMkts 21.65 +.17 +35.3
IntlSecS 78.71 +.95 +29.5
MstaBondS 10.27 +.03 +3.5
QuanlEqS 4177 +.08 +18.0
RESecS 56.54 +.16 +40.9
ShortODuraBdS 18.62 +.01 +3.3
SpecalGrS 55.80 -.14 +20.4
Russell Insti :
Eqty 1 33.32 -.09 +16.7
EqtyQ I 39.18 +.06 +18.5
Fixncmea I 20.61 +.05 +3.6
Ingll 50.23 +.62 +30.0
Russell LfePts C:
BalStrCp 12.03 +04 +14.1
Russell LfePts R3:
BalSlralp 12.11 +.04 +14.6
Rydex Advisor:
OTCn 10.85 -.11 +8.1
SEI Portfolios:
CoreFxlnAn 10.23 +.01 +3.7
EmMkIDqbn 11.30 +.M0 +13.0
EmgMM np 17.28 +.09 +32.0
EqlndxAn 40.64 +.09 +18.1
HiYd n 8.42 +.01 +6.1
InlMuniA 10.81 +.01 +3.5
InllEqA n 14.47 +.19 NA
InSlFlxA n 10.82 .. -0.3
.LgCGmrAn 20.42 -.04 +9.7
LgCValA n 24.05 +.05 +23.6
SmCGmAp n 19.49 -.06 +16.5
SmCValAn 22.26 +.02 +23.2
TaxMgdLC 12.96 ... +16.4
SSgA Funds:
EmgMk 20.79 -1.11 +39.5
InlSltock 12.79 -.30 +33.7
SP500 n 22.54 +.05 +18.2
STI Classic:
CapAppl n 13.11 -.10 +14.4
CapAppAn p 12.47 -.09 +14.0
CapAppCp 11.68 -.08 +13.2
HighYldl 10.62 +.01 +5.5
IntEq1 15.53 +.18 +29.0
InEqlndl n 16.87 +22 +29.2
LCpVIEqA 14,7 ... +24.0
LgCpRlVall 18.30 +.06 +19,5
QuGrStkC 1 24.48 +8,0
SmCapG n 21.26 -.14 +9.6
TxSenGrl np 26.36 .. +9.1
Salomon Brothers:
BalaSrBp 13.74 +.06 +12.5
Opport 57.61 -.40 +22.9
SalBrosFd -.02 +15.7
SandsCapGml 11.05 -.06 +2.9
Schroder Funds:
NAmEqlnvn 12.52 +.03 +17.9
Schwab Funds:
CoreEqly 18.28 +.07 +18.6
HedgeEqSel r 15.89 +.12 +14.6
InlSSr 20.'95 +.24 +28.8
1lOOtnvir 40.07 +.07 +18.0
O100Sel 40.10 +.07 +18.1
PremEqSel 12.39 ... +19.3
S&P Inv 21.32 +.04 +18.1
S&PSaeIn 21.41 +.04 +18.3
S&PtnsOSel 10.91 +.02 +16.4
SmCplnv 25.72 -.04 +20.3
SmCapSel 25.77 -.04 +20.4
TolBond 9.76 +.02 +3.7
YIdPIslnv 9.67 .. +4.9
YdPIsSel 9.67 ... +5.2
Selected Funds:
AmerShsD 44.01 +.05 +18.0
AmShsSp 4391 +.05 +17.7
Sellgman Group:
CormunAi 31.59 -.40 +22.9
FmngerA tI 13.99 -.10 +20.4
FronlierD tI 12.16 -.08 +19.5
GIbSmCoA 18.66 +.23 +21,9
GlobTechA 15,.33 -.13 +22.2
HIYBdA p 3.32 +6.7
Sentinel Group:
ComStk A p 32.99 -.01 +19.3
SmCoA p 8,18 -.03 +18.5
Sequoia 167.00 -53 +15.1
Sit Funds:
LsrgeCpGrn 39.21 -.05 +13.2
SoundSh n 40.74 -.02 +16.6
St FarmAssoc:
Satan n 54.83 +.17 +14`8
Gwlhin 55.70 +,25 +19.6
Stratton Funds:
Dluldend n 40,80 -.02 +33.4
Multi-Cap 43.01 -.13 +8.3
Smcop 47.18 +.11 +186
SunAmerdca Funds:
USGvBI 9.16 +.02 +2.1
SunAmerdca Focus:
FIlCpA p 17,71 ... +0.3


12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn
TCW Funds:
DivFocused 13.09 +.01 +20.2
SelEqty I 18.84 -.11 -0.8
TCW Funds N:
SelEqIyN p 18.38 -.12 -1.1
TIAA-CREF Funds:
BondPlus 10.03 +.02 +3.7
Eqtylndex 9.93 +,01 +18.3
Grolnc 14.09 +.02 +17.8
GroEqlty 9.83 -.03 +8.4
HiIdYBond 9.14 +.02 +7.9
IntlEqty 14.32 +.25 +32.5
MgdAIIc 12.05 +.02 +13.2
ShITrmBond 10.31 +.01 +3.8
SocChcEqty 10.66 +.04 +17.5
TaxExBond 10.75 +02 +4.2
Tamarack Funds:
EnalterSmCp 32.89 -.27 +24.1
Value 42.42 +10 +15.5
Templeton Instit:
EmMSp 21.64 +.10 +31.4
ForEqS 26.22 +.26 +30.3
Third Avenue Fds:
Inllr 23,49 +.36 +19.2
RealEslVal n 35.54 +.26 +30.3
SmICap n 26.35 +.14 +13.4
Value 59.95 +.05 +15.4
Thomburg Fds C:
IntValuCt 25.99 +.26 +27.6
Thornburg Fds:
IntlValA p 27.17 +.28 +28.5
IncBuildAt 19.89 +.12 +24.7
IntlValue I 27.67 +.29 +29.1
LIdMunA p 13.49 ., +3.0
ValueAt 38.74 +.23 +25.2
Valuel 39.2 8 +.23 +25.6
Thrivent Fds A:
HighYld 5.07 +.01 +8.5
Income 8.52 +,02 +3.9
LgCapSock 28.53 +.08 +14.5
MidCapStk 16.49 -.16 +18.9
MunlBd 11.31 +.01 +4.1
Torray Funds:
Fund 42.20 -.26 +15.9
TA IDEX A:
AsAIMdGrp 12.93 +04 +16.3
JanGrow p 25.40 ... +5.0
GrCoGlob p 29.02 +.07 +20.4
TrConHYBp 9.14 -.03 +8.0
TAFexlnco p 9.29 -.01 +4.0
TA IDEX C:
AsAIMod t 12.43 +.04 +12.7
AsAIModGrt 12.83 +.04 +15.6
AsAIGrowt 13.08 +.06 +18.4
Turner Funds:
MidcpGwIh 28.13 -.45 +12.8
SmlCpGrwth 27.65 -.01 +18.7
Tweedy Browne:
GlobVal 29.84 +.08 +18.7
UBS Funds Cl A:
DynAlpha t 11.41 -.04 +10.1
GlobAIIot 14.67 +.08 +15,4
UBS Funds Cl C:
GlobAllop 1434 +.03 +14.5
UBS PACE Fds P:
IntlEqtyPn 20.30 +.26 +32.5
LCGrEqtyPn 17.20 -.05 +12.3
LCGEqP n 23.63 ... +23.2
UMB Scout Funds:
World 31.52 +.37 +22.8
US Global Investors:
AIIAm 27.71 -.14 +15.5
EstnEuro p 45.75 +.67 +36.6
GIbRscn 15.99 +.56 +29.3
GIdShr 14.46 +.09 +76.0
USChina 9.03 +.10 +34.4
WldPrcMin n 27.08 +.61 +72.1
USAA Group:
AgsvGthn 31.68 -.168 +86.1
CABdn 11.13 +.01 +4.6
ComstStr n 28.08 +17 +13.6
GNMA 9.46 +.01 +3.7
GrTaxStr n 14.95 +.02 +11.2
Grth n 14.73 -.07 +5.0
Gr&lnc n 19.32 -.01 +12.3
IncStk n 17.13 +.04 +220
Income n 12.08 +.03 +3.6
Intl n 28.07 +.28 +30.7
NYBd n 11.96 +.01 +4.4
PrecMM 26.38 +.17 +64.7
S&P Idx n 20.52 +.05 +18.2
S&P Rewrd 20.52 +.04 +16.3
Sctech 11.18 -.12 +15.1
ShTBnd n 8.84 +.01 +4.1
SmiCapStk n 1507 +.01 +18.1
TxEIT n 13.15 .,. +43
TxELT n 14.01 +.01 +4.4
TxESh n 10.60 ... +3.2
VABd 11.5 +.01 +4.2
WIdGrn 21.06 +.18 +26.2
VAULIC:
MidCapldx 24.26 -.13 +16.5
SciencTech 11.86 -.17 +6.6
SmCapldx 18.30 -.02 +22.5
Stocklndex 36.70 +.08 +18.0
ValicUltra 9.25 +01 NS
Value Line Fd:
Levge Gth n 23.64 +.01 +15.9
Van Kamp Funds A:
CATFAp 18.48 +.01 +4.1
CmstAp 19.07 +.04 +20.1
CorpBdA p 6.52 +.01 +3.5
EntAp 13.73 -.14 +11.7
EqityncAp 9.12 +.02 +13.7
ExchFd 406.69 +5.60- +18.5
GIMFranp 27.05 +.16 +21.6
GvScA p 10.03 +.01 +2.9
GrtnAp 22.18 +07 +17.0
iHarbAp- 1525 +11.5
HighYldA 10.54 1 +7.5
HYMuA p 11.11 .. +8.3
InTFAp 18.50 +.01 +4.4
MidCGthp 25.77 -.15 +14.7
MunlnAtp 14.78 +.02 +5.6
PATFAp 17.38 +.01 +4.6
PamFndA p 10.49 +03 +11.6
St0rG th 41.16 -.21 +6.5
SIrMuninc 1356 +.01 +8.7
USMtgeA 1338 +01 +3.3
UtilyA p 21,13 +.50 +21.4
Van Kamp Funds B:
CMsIBt 19.07 +.04 +19.3
EnlerpBt 12,44 -.13 +10.9
EqIncSI 8.97 +.02 +12.8
GrIncB 322.02 +.07 +16.8
HYMuBI 11.11 +7.5
MunlnBn 14.75 +.01 +4.8
PATFB nt 17,32 +.01 +3.6
StratGmwthm 3486 -.19 +5.7
StrMunInc 13.55 +01 +7.9
US MtgeB 13.33 +.02 +2.3
U01 B 21.05 +.49 +20.,5
Van Kamp Funds C:
CommStC 19.08 +.03 +19,2
EqlncC t 9.01 +.02 +12.9
Vanguard Admiral:
AssetAdm n 6.82 +.14 +18.
BalAdm n 20.88 +.03 +12.6
CAITAdm n 10.99 +.01 +4.1
CALTAdmn 11.70 .. +5.0
CpOpAdl n 85.96 -1.06 +23.1
Energy 117.20 +2.47 +24.5
EqlncAdml 53.82 +.07 +22.0
EumrpAdml 80.60 +.96 +33.8
ExplAdml 74.38 -.54 +16.2
ExntdAdmn 37.49 -.07 +19.1
FLLTAdmn 11.58 ... +4.3
00Adml n 112616 +.29 +16.4
GNMAMAdmn 10.15 +.02 +4.1
GmlncAdm 57.09 +.24 +18,6
GrathAdmin 28.88 -.02 +11.9
HIthCare n 64.01 +.75 +18.2
HiYldCp n 6.13 ... +7.1
HiYdAdmn 10.64 +.01 +5.5
InlBPmAdn 23,07 -.03 +1.2
InsdLTAdrmn 12.59 .. +4.7
I'BondAdml 10.16 +01 +3.0
ITsryAdmt n 10.72 +.01 +3.1
InllGrAdml 76.69 +89 +31.5
ITAdmin 13.28 ... +4.1
ITCoAdme 9062 +01 +3.5
LtdTmnAdm 10.70 ... +3.0
LTGrAdml 9.12 +.05 +2.6
LTsryAdml 11.04 +04 +2.5
LTAdmIn 11.24 +4.8
MCpAdmIn 67.02 -.17 +19.4
MorgAdm 58.65 -.03 +16,1
NJLTAdn 11,82 .., +4,9
NYLTAdr 11,25 +.01 +4,6
PnnCtp r 74.51 -44 +19.5
PaoilAdml 79,14 +1.15 +22.7
PALTAdmn 11.31 .. +4.4
REITAdmri 106,53 +*30 +4061
STsiyAdmI 10,28 +,01 +3,8
STBdAdmI n 9.87 +3.6
ShITmnAdm 15.56 .. +3.1


Em Oe ~h Lw Stl h E--Oe-Hg n Stl k


Exp. Open High Low Settle Chg
Thutes open Int. 169.868, -890
GOLD (COMX)
100 troy oz.- dollars per troy oz,
Oct06 597.50 597.50 593.00 593.00 -6.00
Nov06 594.20 594.20 594.20 594.20 -6.10
Dec06 602.40 606.00 594.50 596.40 -6.10
Feb07 608.60 611.70 601.00 602.40 -6.10
Apr07 614,60 617.50 608 .20 -620
Jun07 620.10 621.20 613.90 613.90 -6,20
Aug07 619.60 619.60 619.60 619.60 -6.20
Est. sales .. Thusas salas 86,778
Theur'ts open Int. 333.635, +1.530
SILVER (COMX)
5,000 troy oz.- cents per troy oz.
Oct06 1189.0 1189.0 1189.0 1189.0 -19,5
Nov06 1191.0 1191.0 1191.0 1191.0 -20.0
Dec06 1215.5 1217.0 1189.0 1196.5 -19.5
Jan07 1201.6 1201.6 1201.6 1201,6 -19.5
Mar07 1232.0 1232.0 1208.0 1213.0 -19.6
May07 1221.7 1221.7 1221.7 1221.7 -19.6
Jul07 1246.0 1246,.0 1230.1 1230.1 -19.6
Est. sales.... Thurmus sales 15,940
ThuRas open Int. 109,155, +1,455
HI GRADE COPPER (COMX)
25,000 Ibs.- cents per Ib.
Oct06 348.85 349.00 344.00 344.45 -4.40
Nov 06 349.75 350.00 345.45 345,45 -4.40
Dec 06 350.95 352.00 343.50 346.20 -4.75
Jan 07 349.00 349.00 345.60 345.60 -4.60
Feb07 349.10 349.10 344.60 344,60 -4.60
Mar07 347.75 349.10 342.00 343.80 -4.45
Apr07 341,55 341,55 341.55 341,55 -4.45
Est, sales .... Thue sals aes 6,781
Thuoias open Inl, 74,078. +233
EURODOLLARS (CME)
$1 mllllon-pts of 100 pet.
Nov06 94.617 94.617 94,615 94,617
Dec06 94.605 94.610 94.600 94.610 +.005
Jan 07 94,630 94.630 94.630 94.630 -.005
Feb07 94.635 94.635 94,635 94.635 -.015
Mar 07 94,675 94.690 94,665 94.675
Apr 07 94,725 94.725 94.725 94.725 -.010
Jun07 94.800 94.820 94.785 94.795 -.010
Est. sales 166,659. Thuut2es sales 1.726,450
Thules open Int. 9,717,050, +4,989
LUMBER (CME)
110,000 bd. (t.- $ per 1,000 bd. ft.
Nov 06 244.7 245.8 243,2 243.4 -3.,6
Jan 07 264.0 264,4 262.2 263.6 -1.4


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
STFedAdm 10.26 +.01 +4.2
STIGrAdm 10.52 ... +4.5
SmICapAdml n31.77 -.05 +20.2
TxMCapr 65.93 +.06 +17.5
TxMGrInc r 61.29 +.14 +18.4
TtlBdAdmi n 9.92 +01 +3.7
TotSlkAdmn 32.89 +.05 +18.7
USGroAdml n 45,95 -.36 +7.2
ValueAdml n 25.48 +.10 +25.2
WallslAdmn 53.50 +22 +10.9
Well1nAdmn 56.77 +.26 +16.3
WindsorAdm n64.30 +,26 +20.9
WdsrllAdm 62.15 +,24 +19.7
Vanguard Fds:
AssetAn 27.97 +.06 +18.6
CAITn 10.99 +.01 +4.1
CALTn 11.70 .- +4.9
CapOppn 37.18 -.46 +23.0
Convt n 14.50 +.03 +18.2
DividendGro 14.02 +.06 +20.7
Energy 62.38 +1.31 +24.4
Eqlnc n 25,67 +.03 +21.8
Explorer n 79.79 -.57 +16.0
FLLT n 1158 ... +4,2
GNMAn 10.15 +.02 +4.0
GlobEq n 22.66 +.05 +27.3
Grolnc n 34.94 +,14 +18.4
GrowthEq 1066 -.10 +10.6
HYCorp n 6.13 ... +7.0
HIthCaren 151.57 +1.78 +18.1
InflaPron 11.75 -.02 +1.1
IntlExpIr n 21.23 +.36 +32.5
IntlGr 24.70 +.28 +31.2
IntlVal n 41.53 +.37 +34.4
ITI Grade 9.,62 +.01 +3,4
ITTsryn 10.72 +.01 +2.9
LIFECon n 16.31 +.04 +11.7
LIFEGron 23.15 +.08 +18.8
LIFEIncn 13.86 +.03 +8.2
LIFEMod n 19.93 +,06 +15.2
LTInGraden 9.12 +.05 +2.5
LTTsry n 11.04 +.04 +2.3
Morgan n 16.88 -.02 +15.9
MuHYn 10.84 +.01 +5.4
MulnsLgn 12.59 .. +4.7
Mulnt n 13.28 ... +4.0
MuLtdn 10.70 ... +3.0
MuLongn 11.24 ... +4.7
MuShrtn 15.56 .. +3.0
NJLTn 11.82 +4.8
NYLTn 11.25 +.01 +4.5
OHLTTxE1n 11.96 ... +4.5
PALTn 11.31 ... +4.4
PrecMtIsMin r 29.07 +.76 +48.9
PrmCpCore m 12.56 -.04 +19.1
Prmcp r 71.71 -.43 +19.3
SelValu r 21.27 -.08 +19.8
STARn 20.86 +.05 +13.9
STIGrade 10.52 ... +4.4
STFedn 10.26 +.01 +4.1
STTsry n 10.28 +.01 +3.6
StralEqn 23.95 -.03 +19.1
TgtRetlnc 10.57 +.02 +6.3
TgtRet2005 11.50 +.03 +6.1
TgtRet2025 12.79 +.04 +13.9
TgtRet2015 12.31 +.03 +11.8
TgtRet2035 13.51 +.04 +16.7
TgtRe2045n 13.95 +.05 +18.5
TaxMngdint m13.55 +.17 +30.2
TaxMgdSCr 25.04 -.08 +17.9
USGroan 17.71 -.14 +7.0
USValuen 14.88 +.04 +18.4
Wellslyn 22.08 +.09 +10.8
Walitnn 32.87 +.16 +16.1
Wndsrn 19.05 +.08 +20.8
Wndsll n 35.00 +.14 +19.5
Vanguard Idx Fds:
500 n 126.16 +.30 +18.3
Balanced n 20.88 +.04 +12.5
DevMk n 12.05 +.15 +30.1
EMMIn 21.84 +06 +35.1
Europe n 34.29 +.40 +33.7
Extend n 37.43 -.07 +18.9
Growth n 28.88 -.02 +11.8
ITBondn 10.16 +.01 +3.0
LgCapldxn 24.53 +.04 +18.4
LTBondn 11.38 +.05 +2.6
MidCap 19.16 -.04 +19.2
Pacific n 12.08 +.17 +22.5
REITr 24.97 +.07 +40.1
SmCap n 31.74 -.05 +20.1
SmICpGrow 17.77 -.02 +17.7
SmICapVal 16.64 -.03 +22.4
STBondn 9.87 ... +3.5
TotBond n 9.92 +.01 +3.6
Tot*ll n 16.75 +.18 +30.6
ToIStkn 32.89 +.05 +18.6
Value n 25.48 +.10 +25.1
Vanguard Instt Fds:
Ballnstn 20.88 +.03 +12.6
DevMktnst n 11.95 +.15 +30.1
Eurolnsti n 34.36 +.41 +33.9
Extin n 37.51 -.06 +19.1
GromwthIns 28.88 -.03 +12.0
InPromlinstn 9.40 -.01 +1.2
[nstldx n 125.19 +.30 +18.4
InsPIn 125.19 +.29 +18.4
TogaBdIdtn 50.06 +.07 +3.7
InsITStPlus 29.61 +.04 +18.8
MidCaplnsl n 19.24 -.03 +19.5
Paclnsls.n 12.11 .18 +22.7
SmCpIn n 31.80 -.05 .+20.3
TBlstn 9.92 +.01 +3.7
TSInst n 32.89 +.04 +18.7
Valuelns6n 25.48 +.10 :+25.2
Vantagepoint Fds:
AggrOpp 12.65 -.09 +18.2
CoreBondldxl 9.78 +.03 +3.4
Eqtyinc 10.03 +.02 +19.6
Growth n 9.18 .. +13.1
Grow&lnc 11.61 -.04 +17.0
Ind 13.28 +.17 +28.6
MPLongTerGr24.00 +.03 +15.4
MPTadGrwth 24.04 +.04 +12.4
Victory Funds:
DvsStkA 18.12 -.09 +16.6
WM Blair Fds Inst
IntlGlwth 20.62 +.23 +30.2
WM Blair Mti Fds:
InsGmwthI r 29.11 +.33 +29.9
WMGrp of Fds-A:

EqtyincAp 22.32 +.05 +20.1
WCstEqty 42.72 -.04 +16.4
WM Str Asset Mgmt:
BalancedAp 14.9 +.02 +12.1
Balanced I 14.35 +.02 +11.2
BalancedC1t 14.28 +.02 +11.3
ConGnB t 15.73 +.02 +13.7
ConGrwAp 16.30 +.02 +14.6
ConGrwCt 15.62 +.02 +13.7
StratGrAp 17.98 +.02 +16.0
Waddell & Reed Ads:
Accurmulv 7.17 +.01 +14.2
AssetS p 10.17 -.02 +25.5
CoremnvA 6.89 -.06 +20.7
Hohinc 7.29 +.01 +7.3
NwCcptAp 10.80 -.03 +14.3
ScTecliA 11.69 -.09 +15.3
VaiguardA 9.42 +.01 +9.2
Wasatch:
CoreGrth 41.88 -.43 +10.6
SmCapGrth 38.20 -.17 +10.3
Weitz Funds:
PartVal 25.06 +.02 +20.6
Value n 39.66 +.02 +18,9
Wells Fargo Ad Adm:
Index 5.60 +.13 +16.1
Wells Fargo Adv A:
AselAIIA 21.32 +.06 +14.5
Wells Fargo Adv:
CmStkZ 23.94 -.29 +21.6
Growthlnvn 22.02 +.04 +14.7
Opptntylnvn 48.26 -.42 +16.6
SCapValZp 32.62 +.15 +17.4
Wells Fargo Admin:
DivmSEqI 41.49 +.02 +17.0
GrthMaln 31.61 +.02 +144
LgCoGrI 48.80 -.41 +6.6
Western Asset:
CBdPtFIp 11.22 +.03 +4,0
ComPlus 10.44 +.03 +4.8
Core 11.21 +.02 +4.2
William Blair N:
GrowthN 12.23 -807 +16.4
In*GthN 28.67 +.32 +29.6
Wllmington Fds:
InOMMorl 10.62 +.12 +29.9
Yacktman Funds:
Fundp 16.51 +.11 +16.0


Exp. Open High Low Settle Chg

Mar 07 278.0 280.6 277.6 279.8 +1.4
May 07 288.5 289,8 288.5 289.8 -.3
Jul07 295,0 295.0 295.0 295.0 +1,4
Est. sales 833. Thu'Bes sales 820
Thusees open int. 6,389, -99
NATURAL GAS (NYMX)
10,000 mm btu'ass, $ per mm btu
Nov06 7.095 7.293 6.850 7.241 +.109
Dec06 8.010 8.240 7.760 8.151 +.119
Jan 07 8,370 8.544 8,200 8.471 +.069
Feb07 8.394 8.560 8.290 8.481 +.054
Mar 07 8.230 8.369 8.100 8.306 +.029
Apr07 7.715 7.825 7.640 7.756 -.006
May07 7.644 7.771 7.576 7.731 -.011
Est,. sales .... Thuses sales 88,778
Thusles open int. 939,698, -61
UNLEADED GASOLINE (NYMX)
42,000 gal, cents per gal
Nov06 149.00 150.20 146.72 146.72 -2.22
Dec06 150.91 152.20 148.00 148.37 -2.62
Jan07 153.50 153.,50 151,77 151.77 -2.72
Est. sales.... Thulscs sales 8,255
Thuses open Int, 27,106, -187
HEATING OIL (NYMX)
42,000 gal, cents per gal
Nov06 171,65 173.28 167,60 168.00 -4.01
Dec06 175,50 177.10 171.50 172.24 -3.65
Jan07 180.20 182.00 176.81 177.24 -3.40
Feb07 183.52 183.52 180.00 180.24 -3.15
Mar07 183,90 183.93 180.00 180,54 -3.05
Apr07 180,50' 180.50 179.50 179.74 -2.95
May 07 179.10 179.74 178.94 178,94 -2.80
Esl, sates s.. Thukoas sales 57,165
Thuts open int.220,845., +1.865
LIGHT SWEET CRUDE (NYMX)
1,000 bbl,-dollars per bbl,
Nov06 58.61 59.40 56.55 56.82 -1.68
Dec 06 6052 61.34 59,30 59.33 -1.17
Jan 07 62.05 62,60 60.91 60.91 -.97
Feb07 63.31 63,.31 62,07 62,07 -.79
Mar 07 64,00 64.10 62.94 62,94 -.70
Apr 07 64.33 64,50 63.64 63.64 -.68
May 07 64,90 65,10 64,24 64.24 -.66
Est. sales ,.,. Thu me sales 410,855 ,
Thulaes open Int, 1.149,389, -33,544
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4D SUNDAY, Oc'rouilm 22, 2006


Businesswomen
invited to meeting
Attention, businesswomen
everywhere! Would you like a
chance to network, and enhance
your business skills? You can do
this and more by joining Citrus
County's Manatee Chapter of the
American Business Women's
Association.
To see what we're all about,
come join us for dinner at our next
monthly meeting on Nov. 13 at the
American Legion Post 155 at 6585
W. Gulf-to-Lake Highway in Crystal
River. Social time begins at 5:30
p.m. followed by dinner at 6 and
the business meeting at 7.
Call Ellen Saunders at 527-
6556.
SBA launches new
lending initiative
WASHINGTON, D.C. The
U.S. Small Business Administration
has launched a pilot program to
provide financial assistance to
small businesses in economically
distressed urban and rural areas,
or "New Markets," that need the
economic attention to get commu-
nities back on their feet. The initia-
tive provides incentives for com-
mercial lenders and local develop-
ment organizations to make more
SBA-guaranteed loans in these
communities.
The New Markets Lending
Initiative will help small businesses
by enabling Community Develop-
ment Entities (CDEs) to combine
the benefits of both the New
Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Pro-
gram and SBA-guaranteed loans
to provide inner-city and rural
small business owners and entre-
preneurs greater access to financ-
ing and business training.
"We at the SBA are committed to
helping American small businesses
in economically distressed areas,"
said SBA Administrator Steven C.
Preston. "We believe that this initia-
tive can encourage jobs creation
and growth in low income areas,
an essential part of the President's
economic agenda."
Administered by the Treasury
Department's Community
Development Financial Institutions


Fund, the New Markets Tax Credit
Program permits investors to
receive credits on their federal
taxes of up to 39 percent of invest-
ments made in investment institu-
tions called Community
Development Entities.
The SBA pilot program, which is
only available to 7(a) lenders mak-
ing new loans through advance-
purchase commitments with CDEs,
waives a regulation that limits an
SBA lender's ability to sell any por-
tion of an SBA guaranteed loan to
anyone other than another SBA
lender. The waiver allows CDEs
with New Markets Tax Credit allo-
cations to purchase up to 90 per-
cent of SBAExpress or
CommunityExpress 7(a) loans up
to $150,000 made to NMTC "quali-
fied" businesses in low-income
communities. These new loans are
guaranteed by the SBA.
The New Markets Tax Credit
Program is expected to spur
approximately $16 billion in invest-
ments into CDE investment institu-
tions. It was created by Congress
through the Community Renewal
Tax Relief Act of 2000.
By leveraging the SBA's
resources with the Treasury's
NMTC program, this new initiative
will provide additional access to
loans and technical assistance to
both start-up and existing firms in
New Markets. Under the program,
CommunityExpress lenders will
assist CDEs to provide small busi-
ness borrowers with a package of
services including mentoring,
coaching and counseling.
SECO to offer
electronic headlines
Sumter Electric Cooperative
(SECO) will launch a service in
November to enhance its commu-
nications.
Called the "SECO eNews," it has
been developed for busy people
who have limited time to digest
daily printed mail and messages.
"'SECO eNews'," said SECO
CEO Jim Duncan, "is our version
of an electronic headline news
offering for those people who want
their information quickly and in
abbreviated digest form. Each
monthly e-newsletter will have a


limited number of very brief, but
relevant news items that should be
important to all our member/cus-
tomers."
"The world of communications is
evolving at warp speed. So, we
continually explore new ways to
share items of interest with those
throughout our seven-county serv-
ice territory. Good communications
are essential for a positive flow of
information to our members and
other constituencies. It also fosters
very productive two-way dialogue
between our member/owners and
their Co-op," he stated.
Barry Bowman, SECO director
of public affairs, added, "'SECO
eNews' will not only deliver capsule
news you can use, it will also be
fun. Members will find the virtual
characters, who will often speak to
them, engaging them, and they will
have the opportunity to win some
great prizes each month."
Bowman noted that it is easy to
sign up. All one has to do is go to
SECO's corporate Web site at
www.secoenergy.com and click on
the eNews icon on the left side of
the first page. He said members
can unsubscribe at any time and
member e-mail addresses will
remain strictly confidential.
Networking breakfast
scheduled Tuesday
All business owners/managers/
independent contractors are invited
to attend the Fran Tarkenton
Networking Breakfast Event which
will be Tuesday at the offices of
Franklin Realty Consultants, 2965
E. Gulf-to-Lake Highway (Croft
Plaza), in Inverness.
This is a monthly networking
event to which businesspeople in
Citrus County are invited. A conti-
nental breakfast will be served at
7:30 a.m., and the meeting will
adjourn by 8:30. This event is host-
ed by the Go Small Biz Team of
Citrus County, (small business cer-
tified Associates of Pre-Paid Legal
Services Inc.).
Fran Tarkenton, who still holds
unbroken NFL records, is the
founder and CEO of
GoSmallBiz.com. He will speak to


the group and introduce the special
speaker, via speakerphone.
This month's guest speaker will
be Bob Burg, author of "Endless
Referrals: Network Your Everyday
Contacts Into Sales." He will share
information about "How to
Cultivate a Network of Endless
Referrals."
Business cards, coupons and
promotional materials will be
exchanged, and each person will
have an opportunity to introduce
their business, their services and
their products.
There is no charge for this
breakfast meeting, but your RSVP
will be appreciated. To RSVP or for
more information, call Bud
Koehlinger at 527-9790.
Tampa company
launches Web survey
TAMPA-- Credit Repair Today
is pleased to launch the 2006
Florida Consumer Credit Survey,
consisting of 24 brief questions that
will provide insight into Florida con-
sumer credit concerns, as well as
their understanding of various cred-
it issues.
Questions in the survey include:
What percentage of the credit
limits on your credit cards do you
carry as a balance?
Do you know how a credit
score is calculated?
What is your definition of a
"good" credit score?
All interested Florida residents
are asked to complete the survey
by Nov. 15. All respondents to the
survey by the deadline will be
entered to win a $100 gift certifi-
cate to a restaurant of their choice.
Consumers interested in taking
the survey can go to
www.CreditRepairToday.com and
click the banner for the survey at
the top of the page. Credit Repair
Today will process a full report of
the survey data and distribute it to
members of the media .For more
information on Credit Repair Today,
please contact Benjamin Lewis.of
Perception, Inc. at (301) 963-7555
or Benjamin.lewis@perceptionon-
line.com or visit the Web site
www.creditrepairtoday.com.


Book signing


Special to the Chronicle
Local Author Richard Grenier was at the Gypsy's Den in
Crystal River recently to promote and sign copies of his
new book, "In My Brother's Defense." Learn more about
the book at: www.cafepress.com/baddieselinc.



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Business of the year


WALTER CARLSON/Chronicle
Crystal River Mayor Ron Kitchen, right, presents the owner
of Crystal Manatee Suites, Ron Kavanaugh, with the 2006
Mayor's Business of the Year Award. Kavanaugh received
the award in appreciation for his generous support and ded-
ication to the City of Crystal River.


Donation to Young Marines


BRIAN LaPETER/Chronicle
The owners of Tropical Window Tinting recently donated $500 to the Nature Coast Young Marines. The money was their award
from winning the Citrus 95 Homosassa Raft Race. From left are: Chris Knudsen; Kevin Knudsen; Karl and Marie LaFollette, of
Tropical Window Tinting; Richard Spires, Citrus 95 station manager; Sabrinah Gallion; Chris Gregoriou, Citrus County Veteran's
Coalition; and Joy Gallion.


Help decorate historic courthouse


Special to the Chronicle the John Mt
is limited, s(
The public is invited to help decorate the The exhi]
interior of the Historic 1912 Courthouse. This pliment the
first-time event is open to organizations, clubs Courthouse
and businesses. The Old Co
Celebrate the holidays by providing a deco- from 10 a.m
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bit will open Nov. 20 and will com-
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urthouse Heritage Museum is open
. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday
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FARMING
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of about 50 koi breeding fish.
The large pool allows the fish to grow
more than a foot long. Joe Wruazabal,
who was also an engineer, built a water-
fall filtration system that both adds
,beauty and keeps the pool clean.
The Wruazabals' koi have won many
awards for their coloring and size from
state fish clubs over the years.
One thing many customers are sur-
prised to find is that koi fish need deep
water to thrive. That's why she won't
sell koi to people with ponds less than
2 1/2 feet deep.
"People get annoyed, but it's for the
fish," Wruazabal said.
Small ponds cause the koi to grow fat
and stubby basically deformed,


Wruazabal said.
Sandy Acres doesn't sell to other
retailers, but directly to customers. The
majority of their customers come from
people who pass by their sign or by
word of mouth. Occasionally, they pass
out fliers and once they ran an ad in the
newspaper.
The koi fish range in price based on
coloring and shape from $5 for a small
koi to $50 for one about 6 inches long
with textbook coloring. She also sells
larger koi for $25 for a fish about 15
inches long with basic coloring or
scales.
If a person buys a fish, they can have
another for free. The free fish are kois
with less desirable coloring or others
with crooked tails or other deformities.
The fish farm also sells a variety of
goldfish from $5 to $10 each.
Mrs. Wruazabal figures there are
about 3,000 fish on her farm.


BUSINE ISS


Recently the farm's biggest sellers
have been aquatic plants such as lilies
that go for $25 to $40.
About 80 percent of Sandy Acres
Farm's revenue comes from fish and
plant sales -- the rest comes from sell-
ing fish foodd and other pond supplies.
"These last, few months, we've been
selling more of the plants, but that will
change because people don't like to buy
plants in the winter," Mrs. Wruazabal
said.
The farm is only open Thursdays,
Friday and Saturdays because they're
simply not busy enough to stay open
every day, Mrs. Wruazabal said.
They have about 60 steady cus-
tomers, but probably need about 200
total to keep busy. Once a person's pond
is full of fish and plants, there isn't
much need for the customer to come
back often.
The other friendly ornamental fresh-


water fish farmers of Freshwater Farm
in Yankeetown sell a variety of fish,
both retail and wholesale.
Tom and Dawn Easter sell koi,
swordtails, mali, guppies, snails and
blue lobster all together, they have
more than 90,000 fish in manmade
pools and ponds on their property.
Fish farming involves hard work to
ensure all the pools have clean water
and are muck-free.
"We were thinking about calling that
show 'Dirty Jobs'," Mrs. Easter, 44,
joked.
It's a sun-up to sun-down kind of job,
most of which is spent cleaning and
maintaining more than 100 fish pools of
varying sizes.
While in the fish businesses less than
a year, the Easters said they're getting
the knack of it. After moving from
Bonita Springs in March, they bought
the farm from a man who ran the fish


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farm for about 20 years, Mrs. Easter
said.
The hardest part for the Easters was
figuring out how much to charge for the
wholesale fish. While they sell the bulk
of fish wholesale in Tampa, the most
revenue comes from retail customers
who stop by the farm. For instance, a
34-inch koi can go for $350, while others
can go for about $30.
Mrs. Easter said they began selling
online on auction Web sites, but ship-
ping became too expensive for buyers
during the summer months because
the fish must be packed with ice packs
to keep the water cold.
Freshwater Farms sells about 6,000
fish each month, but the Easters are
still working to promote their business
and build a customer base.
"We're in the black with supplies and
equipment, but to make a living not
yet," Easter said.


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Changes to reduce expenses
for improving profits should be
carefully analyzed. You may
consider testing such changes
on a limited basis and evaluate
the reaction to changes.
Appropriate records and
reports are necessary to prop-
erly analyze the business.
Financial analysis is a valuable
tool to identify problems and
opportunities:
Profit and Loss Statement
Cash Flow Report
Breakeven calculations.
P & L Statements are com-
monly used to reflect operating
results for a given period
(monthly, quarterly, annually).
All line items should be reflect-
ed in percentages as well as dol-
lars. Percentages will facilitate
comparing expenses with prior
periods and assist in identifying
areas that require attention.
Your financial reports can also
be compared with published
: reports of similar businesses
and provide insight to identify
problems and opportunities.
Cash Flow reports for the
same period of the P&L state-
ment will reflect the resulting
positive or negative cash flow.
i This report reflects the amount
of available cash for the begin-
ning of each month, the amount
of cash to be spent for that
month and the remaining cash
situation at the end of the
month. This practice is similar
to managing your personal
checking account. All of the
cash flow in and out is account-
ed for
A Breakeven Calculation is
important for new business
startup and profitability prob-
lems for an existing business.
This analysis will identify the
sales volume required to cover
expenses and establishes your
breakeven point.
Breakeven = fixed and vari-
\ able costs. At the breakeven
point, as sales volume increas-
i es, thV percentage of fixed ,costs


(rent, insurance, salaries, taxes,
etc.) decreases. Note, the fixed
expenses do not increase with
the sales volume. The variable
costs relate to expenses that
increase or decrease in direct
relationship to sales volume
(products, commission, deliver-
ies, overtime pay, advertising,
etc.). As all expenses are fixed
or variable, your understanding
of their impact on profits will
provide the insight to better
manage for profit enhance-
ment
Be mindful that improved
profits through increased sales
will add variable expenses.
New customers are essential to
grow your business. Rarely
does a business survive the test
of time with stagnant or
decreasing sales. Planning for
sales increases should be an
ongoing effort that requires a
systematic approach.
Analyze your customer base
and explore the potential of
additional products or services.
While advertising for new cus-
tomers is costly, the most effec-
tive and least costly method is
to develop programs to encour-
age existing customers to make
referrals. The methods for pro-
moting through "satisfied cus-
tomers" will vary with the type
of business you operate.
Are you in touch with your
customers to test ideas, likes
and dislikes about your prod-
ucts and services? Both large
and small customers can spark
ideas. When you apply your
experience, imagination and
judgment, the results will be
sound choices to enhance the
profitability of your business.
If you have needs or thoughts
to consider, a SCORE counselor
can assist in developing your
plans. To arrange a meeting
with a SCORE counselor, call
621-0775.


Ralph Russo is the past chair-
man and founder of SCORE
chapter No. 646. Ifyou are
interested in becoming a
SCORE member, contact Bob
Radcliffe at 621-0775.
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Please note: Banks and other financial institutions offer a wide variety of investment opportunities. Each institution has its own set of
requirements to qualify for the rates listed above. Contact these financial institutions directly for up-to-date information on the
options listed above, or inquire at your bank for other investment opportunities. Financial institutions interested in listing their rates
can call the Citrus County Chronicle at 563-5660.


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A new arm of the Citrus
County Chamber of
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reality, the Business Women's
Alliance The Alliance is a
group of professional women
seeking to raise an aware-
ness of the interests of all
women in this community.
Interests include education-
al classes, both constructive
and fun.
The Mission Statement of
the Business Women's
Alliance is to support, de\el-
op and promote all women
through education, irentor-
ing, information exchange
and partnerships with other
organizations, and b. pro-
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women in Citrus County. The
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Citrus Counts Chronicle, in
the St. Pete Times Digest and
the Chamber newsletter. As
the Alliance group continues
to go forward, it anticipates
developing programs to
serve the needs for the
women; from adolescence to
retirees in this community
The Alliance Committee
consists of a wide range of
businesses from banking,
health care. the resort indus-
try, management and real
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to keep the Community
aware of its existence and
upcoming events.
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Biocare, will present a free dental
implant seminar. Learn about the
cutting-edge implant options and
functional technologies that can
enhance your smiles.

The free dental implant seminar
will be held at the Sugarmill
Woods Country Club in the "Grill
Room" on Wednesday, October
25, 2006 at 6:30 PM.

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Annually, the FLORAL CITY
HERITAGE 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 county
event, call 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
haunting 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.
All participating sponsors will be rec-
ognized. Guidelines and applications
for a Spooky Scenario location are
available 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 Sheriff's Office


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will offer a Children's Identification
Program in the Visitor Center from 3
until 6 p.m. This includes fingerprint-
ing, 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 identification. They
can bring costumes and any make
up, as there will be a place to
change into costumes after the chil-
dren's identification.
Also, allbirders are invited to a
presentation on shorebirds by life-
long birder and tour guide Murray
Gardler on Monday, Nov. 6 from 6
to 8 p.m. The program is open to the
public at no charge and will take
place in the Florida Room of the
Visitor Center at Homosassa Springs
Wildlife State Park, located on US
19. If you are interested in the
Shorebird Program, please call the
park office at (352) 628-5343,
Monday through Fridays.
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BOY & GIRLS CLUB CRYSTAL
RIVER UNIT is hosting a Halloween
party Saturday, Oct. 28 from 6 to 9
p.m.
Events on slate include a haunted
house, lots of candy and games, a
costume contest and just plain fun!
For more information, call (352) 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 clubs in
Citrus County: the Westside Unit in
Homosassa, the Crystal River Unit
and the Inverness Unit. Club
Program areas include: character
and leadership development, educa-
tion and career development, health
& life skills, sports and recreation,
and the arts.
The after school program hours
are 2 to 6 p.m. Cost is $45 per
month. The Westside and Inverness
Units offer a before school program
starting at 6 a.m. There are addition-
al operating hours during holidays.
For additional information on
scholarships and membership,
please call (352) 621-9225.
MEN
On Monday, Oct. 23, CITRUS
MOTORSPORTS will host a Swap
Meet. The concept is that motorcycle
enthusiasts gather and swap and
barter goods. There will be food,
beer and other beverages, a band
and prizes. Marketing is already in
place in Daytona to lure the
Biketoberfest attendees to 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
package 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


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tourism in Citrus County. All dona-
tions from the event will benefit the
Citrus County Boys & Girls
Club. For additional information,
call Tracie Conti at (352) 628-9305.
Mello Arts Bob Ross Oil Painting
classes with Certified Instructor
Margaret Messina will be take
place CENTRAL FLORIDA COM-
MUNITY COLLEGE in Lecanto.
To register, call (352) 249-1210
or visit the Web site online at.
Classes will also take place at
WALT CONNERS INC, located at
210 W Tompkins Street, and at
Whispering Pines Park, both in
Inverness. To register for the ses-
sion at Walt Conners Inc, call (352)
726-1610. To register for the ses-
sion at Whispering Pines, call (352)
726-3913. Margaret Messina can
be reached at (352) 382-3557.
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ERA AMERICAN REALTY AND
INVESTMENTS welcomes William
"Bill" Wright to "The American
Team."
Wright will be sales associate
based at the company's Beverly
Hills office. A resident of Citrus
County for three years, Bill has a
varied background. He has been a
bacteriologist and in the Merchant
Marine, serving as the captain of
the USNS Prevail.
ERA American Realty, a Top 10
ERA company nationally, has
served the real estate needs of
Citrus County since 1980, and
invites you to contact Bill Wright at
its Beverly Hills office at (352) 746-
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Chamber plans


social for volunteers

The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce LOVES its volun-
teers! Okay, so we have not been actively showing that in the
past, but we are ready to break out and start showing our
appreciation!
So, how do we start? With an Ice Cream Social of course! Get
that sweet tooth ready for a decadent display of ice cream and
goodies from 5:30 to 7 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 9, at the Chamber
office in Inverness.
All past and future volunteers are invited. We will have vol-
unteer registration forms for the parades and festivals that the
Chamber hosts. A volunteer picnic and other great activities
are in the planning stages as well.
If you would like more information and would like to be.
invited to our first Volunteer Ice Cream Social, please call
Suzanne at (352) 726-2801.


reward yourself.


JIM SHEILDS/Special to the Chronicle
The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a ribbon cutting for Sunshine Video Productions. Pictured front row are:
Ambassadors Chuck Morgan and Joanie West, business manager Laura Radecki, "The Wiz" Creative Director/Editing & Special
Effects, producer/camera engineer Tina Wilson Field and Ambassador Renee Melchionne. Pictured back row are: Ambassadors John
Porter, Lillian Smith, Wendy Hall, James Segovia and Margaret Messina of Mello Arts.
Sunshine Video Productions started 35 years ago under the name of Rainbow Group Video in New York, where for more than eight
years they produced the first medical weekly TV series, "Recovery: You're Not Alone" dealing with addiction. This program eventually
was carried on satellite nationwide. Prior to that "the Wiz," (and later with Tina Wilson, his wife) developed a wide assortment of
innovations that changed TV as we know it today. With the addition of Laura Radecki, the business began to develop and from there,
a new show, "Community Theatre with Frank Hanshaw," (a local "star" in the community theaters in Citrus County) was born to pro-
vide support for the theatres in Citrus County, Ocala and Gainesville. They offer special "mid range" services for local and small busi-
nesses that are unable or reluctant to spend more than $1000 for 30 second commercials. To date they have produced more than
150 local, 30-second spots. In addition to television shows and special business products, called "Video Brochures," and the con-
sumer version "Video Scrapbooks," they also do film-to-DVD transfers and duplications.
They are a small company with three primary people: "the Wiz," who is their creative leader and editor, Tina Wilson who is their
I camera person with 20 years of experience, specializing in "live" shooting and Laura Radecki, who directs the company. All three are
involved in quality control and development of ideas and plans. For more Information contact Sunshine Video Production at (352)
746-1848 or visit their Web site www.sunshinevideo.tv.



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Nicole's Fine Dining
Restaurant Inc. will host the
monthly "Business After Hours"
mixer Wednesday, Oct 25, from
'5:30 until 7 p.m. This event,
which is organized by the Citrus
County Chamber of Commerce
Tourism Development Services,
offers a way to socialize and net-
work while enjoying hors d'oeu-
vres and entertainment
The event will include a prod-
uct showcase, which will allow
Chamber members to share
information and promote their
businesses.
Cost for the event is $10,
regardless of membership. A
special limited menu will be
available exclusively to


Chamber members. Best in Fine Dining" by Citrus
Parrot Heads of Citrus will County Chronicle readers four
sponsor entertainment and will years in a row. They specialize in
feature DJ top quality
J i m m y Aftseafood, steaks,
Brown, who is Business After poultry and
also know as Hours' mixer g a m e .
Captain Key The event will take place Everything is
Lime. He will 5:30 to 7 p.m. this prepared to
be there to Wednesday at Nicole's order To see
help raise Fine Dining in Crystal menus visit
money for the River. their Web site
M a r i n e at www.nicoles-
S c i e n c e M Cost is $10. finedining.com.
Station and 0 For more information, Reservations
Camp Hope. contact any Chamber for the event
Nicole's location, and product
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23. To make reser-


vations, call any Chamber loca-
tion; Crystal River, (352) 795-
3149; Inverness, (352) 726-2801;
and Homosassa Springs, (352)
628-2666.
The Citrus County Chamber of
Commerce is for everyone who
has an interest in preserving the
well being of the community.
For more information regard-
ing the Citrus County Chamber
of Commerce Tourism
Development Services, visit us
at 537 N. Citrus Avenue, in
Crystal River Call (352) 563-5353
or email amyvirgo@shipshore-
cruise.com.
"Get Plugged into the
Chamber, We're Good for
Business."


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The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a ribbon cutting for DancEtc. Academy of Dance Arts. Pictured are:
Ambassadors Dusty Porter, Betty Murphy and Chuck Morgan, faculty Stefanie Wheeler, owner and director Ashley Surkamer, DancEtc.
dancers, faculty Alyssa Anderson and Robert Poth and Ambassador John Porter.
Ashley began her dance career at the age of six. She is a member of Dance Teachers Online, Florida Dance Association and the
International Tap Association. She has had the honor of learning from masters such as, Gil Stroming, Mike Minery, Dan Karaty and Mia
Michaels (of the show "So You Think You Can Dance").

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Realtors Linda Meahl and Len congratulate them on their accom- This is a monthly networking event phone. This month's guest speaker
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Ml Iusiublle owners, 1 managers l
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invited to attend the Fran Tarkenton
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Tuesday, Oct. 24, at the offices of


served at /:3J a.m., and the meeting
will adjourn by 8:30 a.m. Go Small
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ISO, GENTLEMAN, who
enjoys movies, dining
out. etc., to enjoy life
with. NS/ND, Respond
to Blind Box 1204P
Citrus Co. Chronicle
1624 N. Meadowcrest
Blvd. Crystal River
Florida, 34428
SWCM 59, Slim build
with sandy brown hair.
I work as a electrical
Inspector for the
nuclear industry.
Seeking lady that
enjoys dancing, dining
out, movies, the beach
and traveling, If
Interested call or write
George 352-228-9457
PA.O. Box 1732
Crystal River, Fl. 34429
SWM, 46, in shape
Average looks likes
outdoors, Nascar,
animals, seeking same
in SWF, HeightWeight
proportionate,
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(352) 653-0341
WANTED POKER
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(352) 249-4473




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2 ADULT DOGS
Pure male, Bassett;
Female, Welsch/Corgy
Mix (352) 522-1840
2 FREE KITTENS
To good home,
Inverness 352-560-0291
4 YOUNG ROOSTERS
352-560-0370
352-228-2490
Black Lab Mix
7 mo. old, male all
shots/neutered.
Need fenced yard
(352) 746-7395
BLUE COUCH, CHAIR,
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(352) 341-3429

COMMUNITY SERVICE
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BLUE TICK COON
HOUND Free-Female
9 mos Beauty w/
energy. (352) 465-1757
Free Cedar Firewood
(352) 628-5027
FREE FARMERS ENRICH
YOUR SOIL tons of
chopped leaves free
(352) 628-4441
FREE GROUP
COUNSELING
Depression/ Anxiety
(352) 637-3196 or
628-3831
FREE MOBILE HOME
54FT long, Hunter's
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(352) 302-9451
FREE Oak
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(352) 726-6913
FREE REMOVAL OF
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RV's.Cars. ATV's, jet skis,
3 wheelers, 628-2084
FREE REMOVAL
of unwanted househid
& garage sale Items.
Call (352) 726-9500
Free to good home
Boston Terrier,
Please call
(352) 476-6498
Free, Calico
Female cat, house
broken must be
adopted
(352) 586-2590
HUMANE SOCIETY
OF INVERNESS
Have 15 bigger dogs
who are looking for a
home, Lab mix, Shep
mix, Pit Bulls and others.
All between 1 and 2
years old. Fixed.
current on shots.
FREE TO GOOD HOMES,
NO ADOPTION FEE REQ.
(352) 344-5207
KITCHEN SINK
Stainless steel double
sink with newish "High
Rise Faucet" 795-6128
Poodle, black female.
5 yrs. old/ 5lbs.


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(352) 795-2083
Lost Cat black w/ extra
toes and declawed
lost in Natures Resort.
homosassa. Reward
(407) 595-6243
Lost Long Haired
Chihuahua
Near Country Club Rd.
Homosassa area,
Reward, 302-4538
(352) 621-5208


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Saturday, November 4

El Diablo Golf & Country Club

Net scramble with handicap

8:30 p.m. shotgun start

$60 per person, includes 18 hole green

and cart fees, breakfast, lunch drink,

during and after play.

Prizes for closest to the pin on hole #13

for women and hole # 3 for men.

A hole in one wins a FREE 2 YEAR

LEASE from Nick Nicholas & Gulf

Coast Ford.


For more information call

465-0793 or 422-2946 or email

NJROTCGOLF@AOL.com


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HOMEWORK Legal form
services, wills, divorces,
bankruptcy, notary
serv., credit card assis-
tance, (352) 637-9635



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



Christian Husband &
Wife looking for home
In or near Citrus Co. We
believe God will open
a door for us. Must be
land contract from
0-$80,000. Do what the
Holy Spirit leads you to
do. Call Frank (352)
563-2646.
CNA MED TECH WILL DO
Priv duty, PT live in or
8/12 hr shifts. Rate is
neg. Ref. 352-634-4068



Fero Memorial Gardens
Mausoleum Crypt
Bullding-F Garden Side
Tandem for 2 $5,000
Pat 746-4646 or
Jan (352)613-0189
SAVE $$$ ON 2 PLOTS
2 vaults & Marker Base
in Fero's Honor Section
Patrick Rich 746-4646




PRE SCHOOL
DIRECTOR
Directors Credentials
& Exp required.
Please send resume to
Citrus County Chronicle
Blind Box 1203-P
106 W. Main St
Inverness FI 34450




Bookkeeper/
Secretary/
Office Manager
Small office looking
for a candidate w/
excellent customer
service skills and the
ability to multi-task.
Must be a detailed
oriented, self starter
w/ excellent organi-
zational, written and
oral skills. Must be
proficient w/
Quickbooks, Excel,
Microsoft Windows XP
Prof. and Microsoft
Office Publisher.
Data-entry, budget/
financial and secre-
tarial skills req. FT. Mail
resume to United Way
Of Citrus County,
5399W, Gulf to Lake
Hwy. Lecanto, FL.
34461-8531 or email
to: citrusunltedwav@
unitedway.ora
EOE, Smoke & drug
free workplace.


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

Clerk Typist
Full-time position
performing routine
clerical work In
Central Ridge Library.
Performs data entry,
mall scanning, filing,
typing, filling out
forms, working with
templates, taking
messages,
laminating.
newspaper clipping
and greeting walk in
customers. Must be
familiar with Microsoft
Office Suite of
Products.
$8.45 hourly to start.
Excellent benefits.
Apply at the
Citrus County Office
of Human Resources,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 178,
Lecanto FL 34461
no later than Friday,
October 27, 2006.
EOE/ADA

Medical
Receptionist

Experienced required.
Please call
(352) 746-3336

Office
Coordinator
This Is a highly
responsible and fast
paced position.
Candidate must
possess a strong
analytical and
financial
background.
Familiarity with
construction terms
and contracts a plus.
H.S certificate or
G.E.D supplemented
with specialized
training. Working
knowledge of the
Microsoft Office Suite
of Products. Minimum
of 2 years secretarial
and supervisory
experience.
$10.77 hourly to start.
Excellent benefits.
Apply at the
Citrus County Human
Resources Office,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 178,
Lecanto FL 34461
no later than
Friday, October 27,
2006.
EOE/ADA.

OFFICE ASSISTANT
F/T entry level office
assistant needed
accounting back-
ground preferred,
computer experience
required. Good pay
and benefits, fox
resume to 746-9033 or
email to shatton@
citrushllls.com


SesoalRNO


SEASONAL RN OPEF

Thursday, October 26th

9am-12noon & 5pm-8pr

6th Floor Classroom

11375 Cortez Boulevard

Brooksville, FL 34613

* Hourly Door Prizes Free Gifts Ga

* 16-Week Contracts Beginning Di
* 36-Hour Work Weeks For Entire (
* Evening And Night Differentials)
* End Of Contract Bonus

Please RSVP to Rhonda at
628-6441 ext. 3019 by October 24th.

Apply Online: www.oakhillhospltal.com

*for attendees who show their out-of-county I
Oak Hill Hospital is an equal opportunity employer an
685916


CNA's

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





Yoir"world first

Need a job
or a
qualified

employee?

This area's
#1
employment
source!

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centers
of America
Director of
Nursing

We're Life Care
Centers of America, the
nation's largest
privately owned skilled
care provider. If you
share our heartfelt
approach to caring for
the elderly consider
joining our family at Life
Care Center of
Citrus County. Full time
opportunity for Director
of Nursing
available for resident
oriented RN. Prior LTC a!
plus. We offer
competitive pay and
benefits in a mission
driven environment.
Please call Lenny Ow,
Executive Director at
(352) 746-4434 Fax
resume to (352)
746-6081 or email to
Lenny_Ow@
LCCA.com
EOE



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JOBS GALORE!!! ADMISSIONS
www.AAA COORDINATOR
EMPLOYMENT.NET
PCome Join an exciting
team. Qualified
candidate should
have at least
A one-year experience
[Inrnt ioIn marketing/
sales/insurance.
e' ch a of Bet Medicare, Medicaid
and LTC experience
Sa'y preferred. Computer
noIlwls douenttiskills, high-energy
ollon cas level, and ability to
multi-task a must.
S rd Apply or fax resume:
Arbor Trail Rehab
and Skilled Nursing
Enreln ener 3 Center
393g -. S611 Turner Camp Rd
OcInverness, FL 34453
i -Fax: 352-637-1921
EOE





ADMISSIONS
COORDINATOR
SJ-.l ire Avante at Inverness,
a 104 Skilled Nursing
y, Facility, seeks a
friendly people

Assessment, and
coordination of
ionsadmission inquires for
medical and physical
A IIsT rehab. Establish and
ACTIVITY advocate effective
DIRECTOR customer relations

We are a 120 bed Nursing and or
seeking a certified would be beneficial
activit individual with but is not necessary
over-see department fantastic opportunity.
and staff. Avante offers
Enthusiastic, creative, excellent
strong assessment compensation &
skills and prior including 401K.
supervisory
experience required. Please fax resume to
We offer excellent 352-637-0333,
pay and great or e-mail to
benefits, tcypret@avante
Apply to: group.com
Marion House Health or apply in person at:
Care Center 304 S. Citrus Ave.,
3930 E. Siliver Springs Inverness
Blvd.
Ocala, FI 34470
Fax: (352) 236-2626
hr-marlonptseniors
management.com
EOE
All Children's was
Admin. Asst.- named one of the
Top 25 Children's
Executive Hospitals in the U.S. bye
sstChild magazine.
Nature Coast EMSl
a private non-profitio i
ambulance Audiologist
company, is currently Sertoma Theraopy
accepting
Administrative Citrus Sprngs
Assistant- Executive Join us to work in this
to perform any range outpatient setting.
of administrative and Must be licensed in
secretarial duties in the state of FL.

executives. 3+ years Apply online at:
experience, www allkds orgi
advanced computer Clil o sr
skills tested. Jobline: 727-787-4480.
$ i072 hourly. EOE M/F/DI/V.


(352)637-4121 cisprs
or visit ofk
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Critical Care
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december 3, 2006 Patient Care Assist

Contract Period Clinical Supervisor
Apply Clinical Lab Sdentl
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Therapists i Pl-H ,ical.
Staff Pharmacist

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Staff RNs:


Critical Care
OB
MedSurg j
Telemetry
'Case Manager



Other Opportunities:
Laboratory Supervisor (Blood Bank)
Medical Technologist II
Radiology Technologist
Clinical Dietitian (per diem)
Medical Transcriptionist (per diem)
Floor Tech
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@smnmc hma-corp.com ,ni'n i
Web Site: wwwsrrmc.comrn
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REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
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Cardioascular
Neuro Telemetry
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ACTIVITY
ASSt.
SNeeds to have good
communication &
j documentation skills.
SApply at
Cypress Cove
Care Center
(352) 795-8832



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CNAs
Wildwood SNF
seeks
Nursing Assistants
to join our team,
Full/Part-Time Avail.
3-11 + 11-7 Shifts
'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


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

health care skils.
Apply at HR Dept.
1-352-341-4633
'EOE


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

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


10-20 hrs/month.
Flexible hours-Good Pay

Duties include: Preparing
educational/inservice materials,
Review Med/MARS, and
Quarterly nursing assessments

Apply at HR Dept.
1-352-341-4633
"EOE*


CLASSIFIES



DIALYSIS CNA


Fresenius Medical Care
is looking for
RN's & PCT's
to join our team. Exp,
preferred. Will train
motivated Individuals
for 4-10 hr. days per
week. Excellent
benefits. Apply
Inverness Dialysis
Center
1510 Hwy. 41 No. Inv.
Fax (352) 726-9199
Call (352) 637-0500


Life



F/T 3-11 & 11-7
CNA's
We offer excellent
pay and benefits in a
mission driven
environment.
Visit us at:
3325 W. Jerwayne
Lane, Lecanto FL
34461. EOE DFWP


./HHA


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











Front & Back
Office Help
Medical Practice
looking for front &
back office help,
Apply to:
Citrus Co. Chronicle
Blind Box # 1126M
1624 N. Meadowcrest
Blvd., Crystal River,
Florida 34429

FRONT OFFICE
Group practice Is
seeking a medical
exp, receptionist for
greetings, new patient
entry, appointments,
phones & files.
Competitive salary with
excellent benefits.
Fax resume to:
(352)795-4879


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2006 11D


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F/T OTR/COTA

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

*AA*A*AAAA
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
A *****


LPN/MEDICAL
ASSISTANT
Experience needed.
Please send resume to
P.O. Box 3087
Homosassa Springs,
FL 34447

PSYCH NURSE
LifeStream Behavioral
Center is looking for a
RN to work in our
Hospital In Leesburg.
Graduation from an
accredited school of
nursing meeting mmin.
standards of the FL
State Board of Nursing
as a RN Apply 515 W.
Main St. Leesburg
www.Isbc.net
DFWP/EOE


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
I contract their const.
Work direct. Jim/Cus.
Service Ren .22l-0flf8


A TREE SURGEON
Uca&lns Exp'd friendly
serve. Lowest ate Free
estimates,352-860-1452
Removal






r AFFORDABLE
I HAULING CLEANUP,
| PROMPT SERVICE |
STrash, Trees, Brush
SAppl. Furn, Const, I
T Debris & Garages



Land Clearing, Tree Ser.
SHauling, Bushhogging
Driveways 302-6955
COLEMAN TREE SERVICE
Removal & trim. Lic. Ins.
FREE EST. Lowest rates
guaranteed! 344-1102
DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
HaullngCleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852
D's Landscape & Expert
Tree Svce Personalized
design. Cleanups &
SBobcat work. Fill/rock &
Sod: 352-563-0272.
FJM LLC Landscape,
Tractor & Tree Service.
Bushhog, debris clean
up, stump grinding, tree
Strim, land clearing, any
size job, 352-400-2790
JOHN MILL'S TREE
SERV., Trim, top, remove
Uc Acct 13732
(352) 341-5936
M&C Bob Cat Service
Tree & brush removal,
land clearing. Free est.
(352) 400-5340
PRECISION
STUMP GRINDING
Fast, Courtoeous &
Professional Q uallty
stump removal @
reasonable rates.
352-628-2559/400-5544
R WRIGHT TREE SERVICE,
tree removal, stump
grind, trim, Ins.& Lic
#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.
expert. (352) 302-7343
ULcComp Card # 2196


'Affordable Computer'
Sales & Service @
"Affordable Prices"
(352) 564-0455
Blackbird Digital Design
Computer Repair.
On-site is Hourly,
Pick-Up is Flat Rate.
Call usI 352-795-0484
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


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VChrls Satchell Painting
& Wallcoverlng.All work
2 full coats.25 yrs. Exp.
Exc. Ref.Llc#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 Phoze 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./Ins.
(352) 726-9998
Mike Anderson Painting
Int/Ext Painting & Stain-
ing, Pressure Washing
also. Call a profession-
al, Mike (352) 464-4418
POOL BOY SERVICES
Total Pool Care
Acrylic Decking
v 352-464-3967 v


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MIKE'S PAINTING
Lic/Ins'35 yrs exp Int/Ext
352-527-9443, 504-5950
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting, Tile Work,
Framing. 30 yrs. exp.
344-1952 CBC058263
Wall & Celling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting, Tile Work.
Framing. 30 yrs. exp.
344-1952 CBC058263
Willie's Painting &
Pressure Cleaning
Great Rates! Lic. & Ins.
Credit Cards Accot.


Aifr boale Mant. &
Repar,
Mechanical, Eleical,
Custom
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


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



BATHTUB REGLAZING
Old tubs & ugly
ceramic tile is restored
to new cond. All colors
avail. 697-TUBS (8827)
Beautify Your Bathroom
Complete Bathroom
Remodeling. Call Jim
Lic. 033820. 795-4177




All Kinds of Alterations
Exp taller, Free Est.


Moaern antique.
Denny, 628-5595

or 464-2738




14 yr. CNA will help
elderly, at home, Dr.
visits, shopping or
companionship,
(352) 302-2374
CNA MED TECH WILL DO
Priv duty, PT live in or
8/12 hr shifts. Rate is
neg. Ref. 352-634-4068
IF YOU NEED A CARE
GIVER w/22 yrs exp,
Sheila (352) 637-2107
352-303-4265 Iv.msg.
* ERRAND PERSON*
Too Busy??? Will run
errands for vou! Refer,


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


CLEAN BREEZE FREE EST.
9 yrs. exp. Lic./Ins.
HOMES & OFFICES
Sarah@(352)726-7604
Grazyna's Residential &
Comm. Cleaning
Service & Maint. Free
est. Ref. avail, 795-9538
HOMES & WINDOWS
Serving Citrus County over 17
years. Kathy (352)
465-7334
PATALIK'S
HOME SOLUTIONS
"Helping you keep your
home beautiful at
lowest costs." Int. & Ext.
Cleaning & Repair 25
yrs. exp. Lic 9990257207
(352) 628-9106
PROFESSIONAL
CLEANING SERVICE
Owner/Operated
Bonded, Lic. & Insur,
Will clean your home or
office. 527-6674 Home
563-3554 Bus.
TREAT YOURSELF
LET SUZANNE
CLEAN YOUR HOUSE
Ref. (352) 465-2797
West Coast Cleaning
Co. Home Cleaning,
Low rates, Free est.. Lic/
Ins. (352) 628-0993
YOU'VE TRIED THE REST
NOW TRY THE BEST
Best Cleaning Call Mary
(352) 795-9045




The Window Man Free
Est., Com./residential,
new construction Lic. &


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




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 Consiruction,
Baths & Kitchens
St. Lic. CRC 1327902
(352) 465-2177


FL RESCREEN
352-563-0104/257-1011
One panel or complete
Pool cage rescreen,
Superscreen w/10Oyr.
fact. warr. Fam.owned
& operated for 29 yrs.
HANDYMAN REPAIRS
Homes & Mobiles,
Metal buildings,
also Fencing & Gates
Lic. 99990000005
Bo's (352) 628-4391
Rodney Wessel LLC
Alum. Structures,
rescreens & more.
Free est. (352) 726-6679
Screen rms,Carports,
vinyl & acrylic windows,
roof overs & storm
panels, garage screen
doors, siding,
soffit fascia, Lic#2708
(352) 628-0562



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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

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. ULc#
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 Rates! Lic, & Ins,
Credit cards Accpt.
527-9088 or 634-2407




#1 A+TECHNOLOGIES
All home repairs. Also
Plasma TV's installed.
phone, cable Llc5863
(352) 746-0141
#1 IN HOME REPAIRS,
paint, press.wash, clean
roof&gutters, Reliable,
#0169757 344-4409
V CALL ME FOR Small
home repairs ihe big
contractors don't want.
I'll return your call. Lic#
25995 (352) 613-5427
A# 1I L&L HOUSEHOLD
REPAIRS. No job too
small! 7days wk. Lic
#3008. (352) 341-1440
AAA HOME REPAIRS
Maint & repair prob-
lems Swimming Pool
Rescreen99990000162
352-746-7395

AFFORDABLE
I HAULING CLEANUP, I
PROMPT SERVICE
Trash Trees, Blush
AppI, Furn, Const, I
I Debris& Garages |
352-697-1126
L ,=,m di


Andrew Joehl
Handyman. General
Maintenance/Repairs
FRessure & 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
Lic. # 99990256839
(352) 400-5285

HANDY SERVICES
Repairs, pressure
wash, debris removal,
Lt. elec. /plumb.
Dependable
& Affordable Lic#
990003617 FREE EST/
SR. DISC. 25 yrs exp
(352) 697-0982

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/lns,
(352) 628-4282 Visa/MC
PATALIK'S
HOME SOLUTIONS
"Helping you keep your
home beautiful at
lowest costs." Int. & Ext.
Cleaning & Repair 25
yrs. exp. Lic 9990257207
(352) 628-9106
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting, Tile Work,
Framing. 30 yrs. exp,
l-A.1io059 r'RBnF;2OAn


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




All of Citrus Hauling/
Moving items delivered,
clean upsEverything
from A to Z 628-6790

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

Always Ready, Hauling,
light moving, power
J ,i Ii i I I I I .. .i II C ,
-. i,, (.52); >.-0520
(352) 220-9223
SCJ.'S TRUCK/TRAILER
Low $$$/7 day serv
Furn., apple, trash, brush,
726-2264 201-1422
Furn. Moving / Hauling
Dependable & Exp,
LARRY
325-270-3589, 726-7022
J&J Moving & Hauling"
Clean Outs, Relocatlons
Odd Jobs, Yard Work
(352) 628-9370


M&C CLEAN UPS & BOB
CAT SERV Trash & Brush
removal, const. debris,
Free est. (352) 400-5340
P&M, Lic. and Insured.
Residential and
Commercial Clean-up
and junk removal. We
do all the work for you...
clean-up and removal!
Call: 352-238-7723 or
352-601-2484
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 11FENCING
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 Aone
On Your Roof
CALL MULE
#CCC056628
(352) 563-3478
L hauIlI0 Polin'lnc.
New '- r I .
Repairs; 25 yrs exp
Ins/Lie CCC 1327365
(352) 795-6659
John Gordon Roofing
fOxtas Rlte ee est, Prud to
Serve You,
ccc1325492,
795-7003/800-233-5358
Professional Roof Sys.
New & Re-roofs, Repairs
Lic/Ins RC0067139


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.
Uc#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. Lic. '2000.
Ins. 795-4798.
ROB'S MASONRY
& CONCRETE Slabs,
driveways & tear outs
Lic.1476 726-6554




Additions/REMODELING
New construction
Bathrooms/Kitchens
Lic. & Ins. CBC 058484
(352) 344-1620

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

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. Lic. 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/Ins, #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
All Tractor & Dirt Service
Land Clearing. Tree Ser.
Hauling, Bushhogging
Driveways 302-6955
D&C TRUCK & TRACTOR
SERVICE, INC.
Landclearing, Hauling
& Grading. Fill Dirt,
Rock, Top Soil & Mulch.
Lic. Ins.(352)302-7096


BUSHHOGGING, Rock,
dirt, tree, trash, drive-
ways. Call Sam Johnson
(352) 628-4743
FLIPS TRUCK & TRACTOR,
Landclearing, Truck &
Tractor work. House
Pads, Rock, Sand, Clay,
Mulch & Topsoil.
You Need It, I'll Get Itl
(352) 382-2253
Cell (352) 458-1023
VanDykes Backhoe
Service. Landclearing,
Pond Digging &
Ditching (352) 302-7234
(352) 344-4288



John's Debris Removal
Land Clearing, constr.
clean up, bob cat serv.
mobile home removal,
tree removal, Call for
FREE Est. (352) 220-6546

AFFORDABLE
I HAULING CLEANULPS, I
PROMPT SERVICE
Trash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Furn. Const, I
I Debris & Garages 1
352-697-1121 :
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. 8 largee debris
r-no 1, 302-8999
L'L;iALD KERNZ'S
M.H. demolition,
landclearing & Const.
debris (352) 634-0329
FJM L' Landscape,
T:actor & Tree Service.
Bushhog, debris clean
up, stump grinding, tree
trim, land clearing, any
size job, 352-400-2790
TURTLE ACRES
BUSHHOG SERVICE
No job too small Lic.
Accepting Credit Cards
(352) 42OO2O- I1


Bushes, Beds, Mulching,
Landscaping, Fall
Clean-up, Pres. Wash-
ing. Hauling. 726-9570
D's Landscape & Expert
Tree Svce Personalized
design. Cleanups &
Bobcat work. Fill/rock &
Sod: 352-563-0272
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.
Appl. Furn, Const, I
I Debris & Garages
352-697-1126 J

Bob's Pro Lawn Care
Reliable.Quality work,
Residential/Comm.
Lic./Ins. 352-613-4250
Bushes, Beds, Mulching,
Landscaping, Fall
Clean-up, Pres. Wash-
ing. Hauling. 726-9570


Complete Yard Carell
Mulch, Trim, Plant,
Press. Wash & Hauling
John Hall Lawn Maint.
Lic + Ins. (352) 344-2429
DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Haullng,Cleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852




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


-B-
Seasoned Oak Fire
Wood, Split,, 4x7.
$80 Stacked/Delivered
$70 Delivered Only
(352) 344-2696
FIREWOOD
Oak, Cherry, Hickory
Mix. Seasoned
$80./ face cord
352-726-9476, 860-2214




WATER PUMP SERVICE
& Repairs on all makes
& mode's. Uc. Anytime,
_3.11 --56, Richard


"All Occasions For Less"
(Includes Weddings)
VIDEO & PICTURE SLIDE
SHOWS (352)400-1193
*ERRAND PERSON*
Too Busy??? Will run
errands for you! Refer.
352-563-6680/220-9161
MR CITRUS
COUNTY REALTY





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


W KAIINDAlCK W
6" Seamless Gutter
7" Commercial Copper
& Aluminum Best Job
Lic. & Ins. 352-860-0714
ALL EXTERIOR
ALUMINUM
= Quality Pricel
6" Seamless Gutters
Lic & Ins 621-0881



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NEW COAT OF PAINT
Int./Ext. Painting
Pressure Washing

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Call Dick at 860-1184
634-5152 -
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Driveways & Pool Deck Coating
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EARN AS YOU LEARN
CNA Test Prep/CPR
Continuing Education
341-2311 /Cell 422-3656


Full Time RN

For busy skilled
Medical Care Unit
with LTC.
Exp. & good
communication
skills, Call Laura or
Janeth.
Join our team,
Cypress Cove
Care Center
700 SE 8th Ave.
Crystal River
(352) 795-8832


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


LPN

NEW MGMT TEAM
NEW WAGE SCALE.
Seeking outgoing,
energetic
individual.
Apply at:
BARRINGTON PLACE
(352) 746-2273

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


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'01 FORD EXPLORER '05 FORD F150
Sport
$7,995 $14,995
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'03 MUSTANG CONV. '05 CHEVY SILVERADO 4X4
Full Power, Like New! Super Cab.
*14,995 *17,995


'06 FORD ESCAPE XLT
$19,995


'05 CHEVY CAVALIER '04 BUICK LESABRE
Automatic, A/C, Great Economy. Custom.
$10,995 $9,995
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'01 FORD F150 XLT
Super Crew
$1 1995


'03 FORD CROWN VIC LX '99 FORD EXPLORER XLT '04 MERCURY SABLE LS
One owner only 17,000 miles Red Real sharp wagon, leather intenor, loaded.
$12,995 $5,995 $13,995


'05 FORD FOCUS SES ZX4
One owune, lull povve, 14K mile.
$12,995


'90 FORD BRONCO
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*5,995
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Loaded 13,000 miles. Ready to tow.
*11,995 $16,995


'04 FORD FX4 4X4
Ott Road, Loaded.
$23,995


'06 FORD FREESTYLE SE
s18,995


'01 NISSAN FRONTIER SE
Crew ca, many extras.
*12,999
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$18,995


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Loaded, 46,000 miles.
$9,995
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Eddie Bauer, full power.
$17,995


5 FORD EXPLORER
Sport Trak, one owner.
s19,995
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'98 CHEVY BLAZER
4x4
$6,995


'98 CHEVY TAHOE LT
Loaoea.
$7 ,995


'05 F250 CREW CAB LARIAT
Diesel, supe dauyy, only 12,000 miles.
$32,995
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*4.995


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Super Cab.
*1 2,9915


'01 BUICK CENTURY '03 FORD CROWN VIC LX '03 FORD WINDSTAR SE
Loaded, one owner Loaded.
$7,995 $ 2,995 $ 1O,995


'03 TOYOTA CELICA GT
Automatic, A/C.
S14,995


'00 MUSTANG GT
Convertible.
$s1 3995


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Super Cab
*1 7,995


'04 FORD F-150 XLT
Super Cab, full power, one owner.
-1 8,995


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Convertible. Full power.
1 3,995


'03 FORD MUSTANG
V6, automatic, air.
s9,995


'05 CHEVY COBALT '06 FORD TAURUS SEL
Automatic and A/C.
S10,995 $13,995


'02 CHEVY 2500
Silverado MUH
$129995


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ON & BALANCE OR Sand cabin air filters
3' V Inspect brake system
W ith Purchase of FUELSAVER Propvhi Test battery
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Any Four Tires PACeficiency. Top off all fluids
S0MnnmrmfL I Up to five quarts of Motorcraft oil. Taxes and diesel vehicles extra. Disposal fees
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MEDICAL
SECRETARY
F/T Exp. Only.
Fox Resume to:
352-726-8763

RN EVENINGS
Experienced for
Medicare unit.

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

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

SOMEONE SPECIAL
To learn all systems
at leading area
pharmacy. We
provide: Challenging &
interesting work,
complete training,
excellent pay, &
excellent working
conditions. F/T or P/T.
(352) 726-2499


Crystal River
Health and
Rehab Center

Assistant Director
of Nursing

An opportunity for a
self motivated team
player to become
part of a growing
professional team.
Florida RN license
required. Previous
ADON experience
Preferred. CPR and
CNA instructor
certification a plus.
Please contact
Brenda Clayton,
Director of
Nursing at
CrystalRiver Health
and Rehab Center
136 NE 12th Ave.
Crystal River, Florida
34429
(352) 795-5044
or fax resume to
(352) 795-5848
or email
, brenda.clayton@
northporthealth.com
DFWP/EOE


Nurses
3-11 & 11-7
S Flexible
Scheduling!

If you possess above
'* average skills, are
dedicated to the
higher standards of
elder care, good
, documentation and
4 a genuine caring
4 attitude, we have a
, place for you. We
offer a salary range
= comparable to your
experience and
great benefits.
Crystal River Health
Sand Rehab Center
136 NE 12th Ave.
, Crystal River, FL 34429
(352) 795-5044 HR/
5 Connie DFWP/EOE

, Unit Secretary
" Wildwood SNF
' Seeks a Cert. CNA as
A Unit Secretary
To join our team!
Full-Time position
Flexible hours!
Great pay + Benefits
Arbor Village Nursing
490 s. Old Wire Rd.
Call 800-442-1353
Fax 877-571-1952
't JOBS@CQcare.com


We are
Currently Hiring
PT Dietary
Aides-Days

Hours may vary.
Apply In Person
SURREY PLACE
2730 W Marc
Knighton Ct
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Coordinator -
Educator Prep
Institute:
GRANT FUNDED (Temp
Position-End Date
6/30/07):
Bachelor's degree in
Education,
Counseling, Business
or related fields
req'd. Min of 3 yrs
req'd in one or a
combination of the
following: K-12
classroom teaching,
education
leadership/admln,
supv of instruction,
teacher training, or
advising In teacher
education programs.
Close date 10/31/06
Faculty-
Associate Degree
Nursing:
220 Work Days:
Master's degree in
Nursing or Master's
degree with a
concentration in
Nursing, (a min of 18
grad sem hrs in
Nursing) req'd.
Doctorate pref'd.
Prefer 3 yrs of recent
clinical exp (medical,
surgical/adult health
preferred) or a
combination of wk
and teaching exp.
Ucensure as a
Registered Nurse in
FL req'd.
Open Until Filled.
Screening begins
11/14/06

Faculty
Education: 168 Work
Days: GRANT FUNDED
(Temp Position-End
Date 6/30/07):
Master's degree in
Education or Master's
degree with a
concentration in
Education (a min of
18 grad sem hrs In
Education) req'd.
Doctorate pref'd. 2
yrs of teaching exp at
the high school,
community college or
university level or a
combination of the
three pref'd. Flexible
schedule to include
evenings, nights &
weekends.
Close date 11/14/06
Manager -
Facility Operations &
Construction Projects:
Graduation from an
accredited high
school or trade
school req'd. Uniform
Bldg Code Inspector
or Certified Bldg
Official certification
pref'd. FL DL req'd.
5 yrs of supv exp in
the construction of
facilities and
operation of facilities
req'd. Exp in project
planning, budgeting
and contract admin
req'd. Exp in working
with local building of-
ficials, inspectors, and
permit offices pref'd.
Open Until Filled.
Screening begins
10/30/06
PT Staff Assistant I
Enrollment Services
(CITRUS)
For add'l Info visit
www.GoCFCC.com
or call (352) 873-5819.
Mail application &
unofficial transcripts
to: CFCC-Attn: H.R.
Dept, P.O. Box 1388,
Ocala, FL 34478-1388
CFCC Is an EOE/AA &
DFWP Employer


Housecall Home Health Care, an Amedisys
company, has an Immediale opporlunily
available In our CRYSTAL RIVER AGENCY:
,. ACCOUNT MANAGER
., RN or LPN with healthcare marketing
- experience required.
SWe offer a great salary, excellent benefits
- package-which includes 4011k) with a
GENEROUS match, stock purchase plan.
F. paid time offt and much morel
For Immediate consideration, call Ihe
Recruitment Manager @ 866-836-1865;
apply online, www.amedisys.com: or
Fax 904-296-2387.
HuiBL3L Home H altn hEar
EOE MrF/VID

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*NOW HIRING!*
Coldwell Banker Next
Generation Realty
Recruiting new &
experienced real
estate associates.
Call Summer today
(352) 382-2700
(352) 424-1706 *



FOOD SERVICE
DIRECTOR
Avante at Inverness,
a 104 bed Skilled
Nursing Facility, seeks
a Registered Dietician
or Certified Dietary
Manager with
supervisory
experience to help
plan, organize &
develop the overall
operation of our
Dietary Department
in accordance with
all government
standards. You will
also ensure quality
nutritional services.
Eligible candidate
must possess
excellent
communication and
organizational skills.
Avante offers
excellent
compensation &
premium benefits,
including 401K.
Please fax resume to
352-637-0333,
or e-mail to
tcypret@avante
group.com or apply
in person at:
304 S. Citrus Ave.,
Inverness



GIS ANALYST
Participate in the
development and
maintenance of the
County's Enterprise
Geographic
Information System in
support of all County
departments and
agencies. Maintain
concurrency
between the
County's GIS, Hansen,
Property Appraiser
and CAD systems.
Bachelor's degree in
computer science,
GIS, CADD. or a
closely related field.
Additional qualifying
education,
professional
certification and
experience will be
considered in lieu of
the required college
education. At least
two (2) years of
relative experience is
required. Experience
with ESRI products is
required.
Starting pay
$17.85 hourly.
Excellent benefits.
Send resume
or apply at the
Citrus County Office
of Human Resources,
3600 W Sovereign
Path, Suite 178,
Lecanto, FL 34461.
EOE/ADA



HOME
INSPECTORS
Needed for Citrus
County. Fax Resume
954-958-1208



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




VILLAGE


PRE-OWNED
LOT PORTER
This person will report
to the pre-owned
vehicle manager to
assist In keeping all
aspects of the
pre-owned
department In
perfect order. You will
be outside much of
the day. A neat
appearance is a
must, along with a
good driving record.
Visit Village Cadillac
Toyota in Homosassa.
Ask for Zack Emami
or call Zack to
arrange an
appointment
352-628-5100
We are a Drug Free
Workplace


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MEDICAL
ASSISTANT
FT for busy Medical
Practice, Must have
Experience.
(352) 795-5888

PARA LEGAL
FT/PT needed for busy
Law Firm, Computer
Literate, Must have
experience. Fax
resume to 352-344-4050

Principal Planner

Professional planning
work with supervision
of staff responsible for
long range planning
functions. Manages
the process for
changes to the
Comprehensive Plan,
including public
hearings. Makes
presentations and
recommendations
related to land use
to appointed and
elected officials at
public hearings,
Graduation from an
accredited college
or university with a
Master's degree in
urban planning and
three years of
professional work
experience In urban
planning or a
Bachelor's degree
In a related field with
five years professional
work experience.

Starting pay
$1,718.17 B/W.
Excellent benefits.
Apply at the
Citrus County Human
Resources Office,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 178,
Lecanto, FL 34461
EOE/ADA





$$$$$$$
MANAGEMENT
POSITIONS

Benefits Available.
Back ground and
credit checks
required.
Come Join our Team,
PIZZA HUT
Homosassa, 628-1234
Inverness, 726-4880

Servers F/T & P/T
Apply in person
Seagrass Pub & Grill
10386 W. Halls River Rd






Accepting
applications for
Al Positions
Apply In person Mon
thru Fri between 2 & 4
Applebees
Inverness
NO PHONE
CALLS PLEASE

BARTENDER/
SERVER
All shifts.
Apply in person
Cravings on the
Water at the Best
Western Resort,
Crystal River.

*COOKS
*SERVERS
Exp. preferred. High
volume environment.
COACH'S Pub&Eaterv
114 W. Main St., nv.
11582 N. Williams St.,
Dunnellon EOE

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

Exp. Wait Staff
Apply at: CRACKERS
BAR & GRILL
Crystal River

MC DONALD'S
IN CRYSTAL RIVER
Day Time Crew
4:30 am 4:00 pm
Apply in Store


RIVERSIDE INN
Fine Dining Exp.
Formally December

PANTRY CHEF
Up to $11 an hr.
Hiring Immediately
352-447-3451 George





ATTENTION
$4,000 TO
$6000
MONTHLY

Join a national effort
to assist in the
enrollment of
Medicare Advantage
Plans. Commissions
paid weekly,
unlimited prospects
and we pay renewals.
Insurance license
required but we will
consider unlicensed
applications.
Call 352-726-7722
For Immediate
appointment

ATTENTION
EARN
$7,000 TO
$9,000
MONTHLY

Wanted, Medicare
Advantage and
HMO Agents.
We offer 4 new
products with great
benefits such as:
*$94,50 Part B
Premiums Returned
*No Plan Premiums
*$3,000 Maximum
out-of-pocket
*$150.00 per covered
hospital stay
*Prescription drugs
covered through
the donut hole.
*$25.00 out-patient
surgery
*Highest
commission-
plus renewals.
*Commission paid
weekly on submission
*Unlimited prospects
*Seminars, pre-set
appointments, TV
leads, Mail-outs

CLASSES BEGIN SOONI
Call 352-726-8549



S2 1.

Nature Coast
If you want to earn
based on your
potential and drive,
make this call.
Bring desire and a
willingness to work
hard. We will
provide the rest.
Call (352) 795-0021


Do you have what it takes?

Then focus ,.Lur .':i -r.,, hr-.r_


Communication Specialist
Crystal River, FL
This position is responsible for serving
as communication consultant and
strategist for the Power Operations
Group (POG) in Florida as assigned
by the manager of Generation
Communication. Consult with, POG
general managers and plant
management on communication needs.
Responsible for developing, integrating
and implementing employee, community,
and media communications strategies
for major issues and assigned territory
utilizing best industry practices.
This position serves as backup for
nuclear communication lead at the
Crystal River Nuclear Plant. Duties
include learning emergency communication
roles and responsibilities and being on-call
as needed for the nuclear role.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent and
3-5 years of experience strongly preferred.
For immediate consideration, please
apply online at the Progress Energy
website: http://progress-energy.com/
aboutus/employment/postings/jobs.cfm.
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Progress Energy


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
656006


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PHONE REPS
NEEDED
Set your own hours
Set your own pay
ratel
Exp. preferred
Call 352-628-0254
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:
Raczkowskl@
Maronda.com
SALES/
TELEMARKETING
Tired of working ware-
house and fast food?
Sales pays much more!
Commission, salary,
medical & dental. Call
Barb, 352-726-5600




AUTO DETAILERS
Port Richey,
Brooksville, Inverness,
& Crystal River Area
Dri. Lic & background
check req'd DFWP
(352) 302-2863

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
CASH PAID

Exp. Drywall Installer
Needed to help owner
builder to hang & finish.
Paid daily if needed
(352) 476-6988


uto totiv'
Your worId first.
Eerln Diyr


CASH PAID
Siding Installer. Exp.
with hardi-plank to help
Owner/Builder
(352) 476-6988
CARPENTERS
& PUNCH OUT
Top Pay Paid. Vac.
Insurance. Trans. Req,.
(352) 795-4483
Electrical
Service Work
Must be a good
troubleshooter.
Pole lighting, signs, &
all electrical. Lots of
driving, long days.
Clean license, DFWP
Up to 600,00 weekly
Contact:
877-741-4992 or fax
352-527-4480 / email
ssstatic@hotmail.com

ELECTRICIANS

Employment
Opportunities
Commercial
& Residential
Apply On-Line @
www.Gaudette I
SElectric.com
Or Call
(352) 628-3064
Ext.107

ENGINEERING
INSPECTOR
Advanced technical
field Inspection and
office related work in
connection with
civil engineering
construction projects.
Inspects construction
projects to ensure
conformity with plan
specifications and
adherence to
regulations.
Evaluates road
conditions for
annual road
resurfacing project.
Investigates grading
and drainage
problems and
creates a
proposed action
plan to resolve the
condition. High
School, GED or
specialized training
and five years
experience in the
field of civil
engineering,
construction
inspection, materials
testing and sampling,
plan review and
estimating. Must
possess a valid Florida
Driver License.
Starting pay
$13.07 hourly.
Excellent benefits.
Apply at
Citrus County Human
Resources Office,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 178,
Lecanto, FL 34461
no later than Friday,
November 3, 2006.
EOE/ADA.


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
ELECTRICIANS
WANTED
J.A. Floyd Inc
EC00023B8
(352) 563-2962

EXP. MECHANIC
For Large Trucks &
Forklifts. Need tools
& DR Lic. Benefits,
(352) 799-4696
877-457-2705

EXP. PLASTERERS
& LABOR & Lathers
Pay Top Dollar
Transportation
352 447-0352
EXP'D TOW TRUCK
OPERATOR
Clean driving record a
must. Must be willing to
work weekends.
Advance Towing
(352) 637-1768
EXPERIENCED
DUCT
MECHANICS,

Must have
FL Driver's
License & own
transportation.
Apply in person:
Daniel's Heating & Air
4581 S. Florida Ave.
Inverness
EXPERIENCED
Stucco Plasterers &
Laborers
Needed ASAP
Excellent Company
Excellent Pay
Must have transporta-
tion. (352) 690-7268
FLORAL DESIGNER
Waverley Florist
(352) 795-1424

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.eauioment-
ooerator.com


General Mechanic
Needed

30 Year Established
Business,
Apply in person at:
Steves Auto Repair
(352) 726-1208
HEAVY EQUIP.
OPERATOR

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










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MECHANIC

MAINTENANCE
MECHANIC NEEDED

Competitive Wages,
SGood, Benefits,
401K & much more
Brooksville
S 866-315-2765
1 yr. exp. Must have
own tools.


www driveccccom

OTR Truck Drivers
The Largest Flonda-
Based Refrigerated
Trucking Co. is seek-
ing the Best in Safety
and On-Time Delivery.
We Offer-
99A No Touch Freightl
High Miles'
Dedicated
Dispatchers!
Top Pay, Benefitsl

Class-A-CDL
Required.
Call (800) 362-0159 or
Apply at
www.LCTiobs corn
Sign On Bonusl
Call Nowl

S" PLUMBERS
ONLY
I Experienced
Rough Tubset Trim
Service.
If not don't aooly


QUALIFIED" I
SERVICE TECH I

Must have
Experience and
current FL
SDriver's Uicense
Apply in person: I
Daniel's Heating &
4581 S. Florida Ave.
Inverness
LmoTc gl


Digital Receptan Sera,ces ctfoers a ist pBfth' ti: d.ancerrerit and careerr growth We offer '.n the job
r'arning and a promotion opportunity after just 6 m,.nthrtl

Due to amalring company growth and e.panslon, we're opening a *NEW LEESBURG LOCATION*
and bringing OUTSTANDING technical opportunities* wth usi
Check us out online at www.careersatdrs.com tfor more into
We're now located at 425 Flatwoods Road
(Lock for the Stanlay Stserner building on SPR 44 and turn South on Flat, vods Road
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APPLY ONLINE AT:
www.careersatdrs.com

Or fax your resume/letter of Interest to:
352-326-2980.
You may also call 352-323-8012
for more Information.


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RECEPTION
SERVICES, INC.


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HIRING NOW!




kmart

SHIPPERS, RECEIVERS AND ORDER FILLERS

$10.50-$10.80/HR
($10.50HR base pay + shift differential)
ALL SHIFTS AVAILABLE

The following is required:
Lift 70 lbs
Successfully Achieve Progressive Production Rates
Work Overtime Including Saturdays


WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU?

We offer competitive pay, benefits, training, opportunities for
advancement, and a $500.00 bonus to eligible fulltime associates.

Do you have a can do attitude?
Do you have the drive to succeed?

If you are interested in working at
KMART REGIONAL DISTRIBUTION CENTER:
We invite you to fill out an application:
Monday Thursday 10AM 5PM, Friday 10AM 2PM

KMART REGIONAL DISTRIBUTION CENTER

655 SW 52nd AVENUE, OCALA, FLORIDA
or call for additional information
352-873-7377 ext 205
687120 We are an EEO Employer. We support a drug-free wo place.


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563-5966 or 726-1441


Trades
c.n/Skills


SUNDAY, OCT013ER 22, 2006:13DC


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CLASSIFIED


PLASTERERS 1

Must have own transp.
Call Jon, 352-302-1240

SERVICE PLUMBER
Must have exp. &
driver's license.
Accepting applications
between 9am 11am
Call Roto Rooter
Plumbing Service
(352) 621-1993

SERVICE WRITERS
NEEDED
With Parts Experience
for Customer Service
and Computer entry.
Call Beth at
(352) 748-7575,
between 8am-5pm.
TOWER HAND
Starting at $9 00/hr
Bldg Communication
Towers. Travel, Good
Pay & Benefits. OT,
DFWP. Valid
Driver's Ucense, Steady
Work. Will Train
352-694-8017 Mon-Fri

Utilities
Maintenance
Worker

Semi-skilled manual
work assisting in the
installation,
operation, repair and
maintenance of
sewer forcemains,
gravity lines,
manholes, lift stations,
water mains, fire
hydrants, water
meters, backflow
devices, valves, value
boxes and other
appurtenances
related to water and
wastewater utility
operations. H.S
diploma, GED
certificate or related
vocational training.
Work experience in
the repair of
water/wastewater
mains and facilities
preferred. Must have
or be able to obtain
Florida CDL Class B
within one year of
employment.
Starting pay
$8.45 hourly.
Excellent benefits.
Apply at the
Citrus County Human
Resources Office,
3600 W Sovereign
Path, Suite 178,
Lecanto, FL 34461
no later than Friday,
October 27, 2006.
EOE/ADA





CAREGIVERS

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













CLASSIFIED


14D SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2006


CriRUS COUNIi (PL) CIRONICI E

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CEMETERY
FOREMAN
Supervisory/Equip. Exp.
Pref'd. Salary D.O.E,
Beverly Hills Area.
For Infomation call:
(409) 540-7159 or
(409) 540-1243

CHILDHOOD
DEVELOPMENT
SERVICES, INC.
JOB FAIR
Thursday Oct 26th,
2006. 9:30-12:00
Coastal Region
Library
8619 West Crystal
Street
Crystal River
Apply In person
or call our
JOB LINE
1-800-635-KIDS
Fax: (352) 351-4279
E-mail: iobs@cdsi.ora


POSITIONS
AVAILABLE:
-SOCIAL WORK
*CUSTOMER SERVICES
.EDUCATION
SUPERVISOR
*BUS AIDE
EOE/DFWP

COUNTRY CLUB
MANAGER
Needed for a Marion
County country club,
Accepting
applications thru
11/10/06.
Fine dining,
banquets, and
grill room.
Must have good
communication,
organizational, and
leadership skills
combined with food
and beverage
experience. No golf
experience
necessary. Full
benefits including
health, dental and
life insurance.
EOE/DFWP
Fax resume to
352-465-3100
or email to
RSLIIR@hotmail.com

DRIVER NEEDED
Portable toilet route.
Experience helpful,
but not required.
Class B CDL w/tanker
endorsement
required. Fax Resume
To: 352-568-0110

DRIVER/
INSTALLER
Immediate opening
for Driver/Installer.
We operate in the 8
Southeastern States.
Heavy lifting. Must
have clean Class
A or B CDL Driver's
License. Neat
appearance. We
drug test. Previous
Applicants need
not apply.
Contact Pete at:
352-344-9813
Hernando, from
9am -2pm

Dunnellon-Helper
For All Aspects of
Flooring Installation.
(352) 489-4444

EXECUTIVE
HOUSEKEEPER
Full time, only experi-
enced need to apply.
No phone calls.
Apply Best Western
Citrus Hills .
HWY 486, Hernando

EXP. DELI HELP
Part Time. New dell
located in Homosassa.
Must be flexible. Exp.
with handling meat
slicers necessary.
Fast paced/fun
environment.
Call (352) 382-1597
To apply

Exp'd Housekeeper
Apply in person,
CENTRAL MOTEL
Inverness, DFWP

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


JOBS GALORE!!!
www.AAA
EMPLOYMENT.NET
MAINTENANCE
60 Unit Apt. Complex
BROOKSVILLE
Must have own tools
and dependable
transportation
352-552-2396
352-464-1185
NIGHT AUDITOR

Needed, Full time,
Apply in Person,
Comfort Inn,
4486 N. Suncoast Blvd.
Crystal River




OPPORTUNITIES
FOR A NEW
CAREER!
Stanley Steemer
Will train, FT, benefits.
Must have FL Driver's
lic. and be at least
21 yrs of age. Drug
Free. Apply at
911 Eden Dr., Inv.
P/T SECURITY
OFFICERS
Class D Security License
required. Local.
Starting Rate $7.25/hr.
352-726-1551 Ext. 1313
PHONE REPS
NEEDED
Set your own Hoursi
Set your own payratel
Exp, preferred
Call 352-628-0187
SERVICE
COORDINATOR
Needed, energetic,
consumer oriented,
flexible individual for
multi-role position as
Service Dept.
Coordinator/Parts
Clerk/Receptionist in
fast paced but cordial
office setting. Typing &
computer exp. req'd.,
moderate lifting req'd.
Competitive wages
w/benefits.
Applications Tues-Fri.
10-3. Appt. reaulred.
(352) 726-2622
VENERO & SONS INC.
APPLIANCES, Inverness
We are a Drug/Alcohol
Free W.P.
w/Pre-employment
screening &
background checks.
TAX PREPARER
Wanted

Exp'd w/personal &
corporate returns.
Send resume to:
Calabro Financial Mgt.
P.O. Box 6401301
Beverly Hills, FL 34464
WE BUY HOUSES
Ca$h........Fast I
352-637-2973
1 homesold com




BLACK DIAMOND
COUNTRY CLUB
Accepting
applications for cart
attendants and
starter/rangers.
Apply at:
Black Diamond HR,
Rock Crusher RV Park,
275 So. Rock Crusher
Rd., Crystal River
EOE DFWP.
CASHIER PT
Recent exo only Nights
& wknds. 352-527-9013
FILE CLERK
Detail oriented person.
Fax resume to:795-7487
OFFICE WORK
Typing, phones, com-
puter, must love dogs,
$7/hr. 352-637-3770
P/T HOUSEHOLD
GOODS PACKER
To start Immediately.
Exp. Preferred.
Contact
Dicks Moving Inc.
(352) 621-1220
PRO-SHOP
PERSONNEL
WANTED
P/T, flexible schedule,
customer service &
computer skills a must.
Some golf knowledge is
pref'd, not req'd.
Southern Woods G.C.
(352) 382-5996


DIRECT CARE
Help developmentally disabled adults learn
living skills in their home and community.
$9.50 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*





Increased pay rates and
competitive benefit package

for all F/T employees after

90 days

Positions Available:

Residential FT/PT

Diesel Mechanic FT

Job Coach FT

Bus Driver PT

Janitoral 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)
*E E*
68711 ?


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i 20x21x7 2cg, (1)
16x7 Sectional rollup
(1) entry dr, (1) Indow
Concrete slab w/
footers $8,949.00
1-877-880-5808
We are state licensed
Contractor Lic.
#CGC347


Store Clerk

Custornmei seivilce,
compuler/typing skills
leq'd, packing &
shipping exp,
deslreable, 12-20 hrs,
per week, Fax resume
to 352-795-0659
Apply In person
Pack N Post
1-5pm M-F
650 SE Paradise Point
Rd. Crystal River







































SWIMMING Pool & Spa
Retail Store w/service,
RESTAURANT FOR LEASE

















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25 X 25 X 9
STATESMAN
1- Roll-up Door,
2 Gable Vents,
4" CONCRETE SLAB
Installed--$10,295








Vertical Roof
2- Roll-up Doors,
1 Man Door, 2 Gable
Vents, 1 Window,
4" Concrete Slab,
Installed--S20,295

Meets 120 MPH
Wind Load
Unlimited Length
Enginee re Plans
METAL SYSTEMS
PLUS, LLC .
1-877-951-23004
www metalsst943-777ems
+ Sales Tax & Co. Feess

ALL STEEL BUILDINGS
(352)344-523





























25x25x7 (2:12 Pitch) 9

















1- 9x7 gaRoll-up Door,
2 vents,
4" concrete slab
INSTALLED-$10.595

2-9x7 garage doors,
2 vents, entry doorw,












4" concrete slab.
INSTALLED-ets 15.995
25x30x9 (3:12 Pitch)
UnlimitRoof OverhaLength











2-9x7 garage doors,
2 vents, entry door,
4" concrete slab
INSTALLED- $16.495
Many Sizes Avail,
We Custom Build
We Are The Factory
Fl. Engineered Plans
Meets or Exceeds
Florida Wind Code
METAL STRUCTURES
1-87766-624-91-2300














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1-Pemit Servce door,
We pull your permit
2 vMeets or exceeds


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the above. Can our
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30x30x9
(3) 8x7 Roalup doors
2' Eave, Sofent & foscia
Concrete slab w/
footers. $23,950.00
2 ventdoors(1) Entry door,
4" concrete slab
















Install on your Sizes Aval,
surface Custom Bui$4,749.00ld


North Pole Village,
Dickens Village, Times
Tower, & other Village
Limited Editions No
Brokers (352) 637-1297





A/C & HEAT PUMP
SYSTEMS. 13th SEER
& UP. New Units at
Wholesale Prices
-' 2 Ton $780.00
2-/2 ton $814.00
-- 3 Ton $882.00
*Installation kits;
*Prof. Installation;
*Pool Heat Pumps
Also Available
Free Delivery!
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
Dryer Vent Cleaning
Visa. M/C.. A/E. Checks
352-795-8882

Freezer, GE 14 cubic ft.
frostfree, white, excel.
cond. $300.00 OBO
(352) 795-4822
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
Portable AC
w/wheels 10,000 BTU
New $400.
(352) 563-5721
Stove
30" white, self cleaning
excellent condition
$125.
(352) 628-1305
Stove, Restaurant
Flat grill, dbl. oven. 6
burners, $750,00
(352) 628-0545
(407) 342-5241
Washer & Dryer Asko,
front loader washer,
GE dryer, excel. cond.
$400.
(352) 746-1360





SOUTHERN
AUCTION
MARKETING &
APPRAISALS

AUCTION
Oct. 23, 2006
7:00PM
Bedroom Sets, Dining
Room sets.
Side-by-Side
refrigerator. Dryer,
Electric Stove, Several
Sofas, HIde-a-Bed,
Chests of Drawers,
TV's. Glassware,
Jewelry, Coins,
Computer Desk, PR.
Rockers, PR. Recllners,
Shelving, Small Chest
Freezer, Lamps,
Pictures, Microwaves,
Tools, Cedar Chest,
Upright Freezer,
Student Refrigerator,
Wing Back Chairs,
Futon.
15991 NE Hwy 27 Alt.
Willlston, FL
352-528-2950
Col. J. Kulcsar
AU1437-AB2240
10% BP on all sales


12 x 15 x 8 UTILITY BLG.
Leonard-Type,
"RobbIns" Electric, x-tra
wide dr., 4 windows.
$1,500 abo
(352) 476-8177

WE MOVE SHEDS
352-637-6607





Antique 4pc. Bedroom
Set, 1940's, Full sz. bed
w/ boxsprlng. very
good cond. $350.
(352) 746-0502

ANTIQUE AUCTION
Sat 10/28 10am
Pre: Fri 11-6 Sat 8-10
811 Hwy 19, Cr. River
TOO MUCH TO LIST...
SEE WEB OR CALL.
Info: www.charlle
fudge.com
or 352-795-2061
Fudge
AU1593/AB1131
13%BP,
Cash/MC/VI/App Ck

ANTIQUE white wicker
rocking chair, $50
STEAMER TRUNK with
historic travel labels.
good for storage, $125
(352) 382-2224
Mahogany Sleigh Bed.
Bear Claw Feet,
Full Size. $300,00
(352) 489-4813
WE BUY ORIENTAL RUGS
Antique & Semi Antique
Call anytime
(352) 341-0787


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




BAMBOO CART
2 Shelf $50
OLD WICKER PLANTER
w/lnsert $75
(352) 382-3679
FREE REMOVAL OF
Mowers, motorcycles,
RV's, Cars, ATV's, jet skis,
3 wheelers. 628-2084
Lawn Mower SCOTT'S
6.5 hp High Wheel, Self
prop. w/rear bag. $95
EDGE TRIMMER 22"
Sickle Bar w/gas mower
$50 (352) 746-6405+


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ANTIQUE AUCTION
Sat 10/28 10am
Pre: Frl 11-6 Sat 8-10
811 Hwy 19, Cr. River
TOO MUCH TO LIST...
SEE WEB OR CALL.
Info: www.charlle
or 352-795-2061
Fudge
AU1593/AB1131
13%BP,
Cash/MC/VI/App Ck




CRAFTSMAN
Floor Model Drill Press
$150 Exc. Cond.;
24' ALUM. LADDER
Comm. $85 Like New.
(352) 746-5739
Snap On Straight &
universal socket set.
$100.00
(352) 795-2657




MAGNAVOX 19" TV
Color TV with built-in
VCR & DVD player.
$100.00
(352) 795-0625
Stereo TV, 32" Sharp
with stand, 1 yr. old 450
watt sony surround
tuner. Pd, $900, Sell for
$475. (352) 795-3920
leave message
TV/CABINET
Admiral TV 36 inches
comes with mission style
cabinet 72 x 42. $300.
(352) 637-3052




16' Pine Fence Board,
$5.50@; Cherry lumber,
$2.00/ft. Rough sawn,
air dried, (352)228-9145
Elongated Commode.
Off white. Griggs.
$50. OBO
(352) 489-4813
Ext. Doors, prehung
metal, 36" w/
15 thermal lites. $700.
takes all 4. 621-0848
Interior/Exterior doors
Interior Prehungs: $35
Exterior Prehung 6
Panels: $85. Mirrors $10.
Next to Citrus County
Speed way
(352) 637-6500




2 SVGA Monitors, $20
each, Microsoft force
feedback joy stick, $50
(352) 726-3856
Blackbird Digital Design
COMPUTER REPAIR
On-shte is Hourly,
Pick-Up Is Flat Rate.
Call usl 352-795-0484
DIESTLER COMPUTERS

Internet service, New &
Used systems, parts &
upgrades. Visa/
MCard 637-5469
http://www.rdee.net
USED MONITORS
5'" -" l5$35ibo a '
17" $50,obo
(352) 628-0152

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Benye Tractor, 04, 3cyl
diesel. 4 wheel drive,
bucket, new backhoe
& bushhog. Low hours.
$10,000. OBO,
(352) 422-7128




2 PERSON HAMMOCK
Two person hammock
w/ stand, $100 firm.
Proform treadmill $100
(352) 860-0444
Patio Furniture, Ig. rec-
tangular glass table
top, metal frame, 6
grey cushioned chairs,
good cond. $150.
(352) 746-3720
PATIO TABLE
5' Glass Top w/4
padded chairs.
Exc. Cond. $100
(352) 382-9063


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COMPUTER DESK
pd,$2000 @Haverty's,
$500obo Entertainment
center pd,$3000,
$750obo
(352) 503-3947
Couches, Desks, Book-
cases, Bed Rm. furn,
Coffee & End tables,
Call (352) 228-0555
DAY BED,
Excellent cond., white
brass, feminine floral
accents, new mattress
& linens included
$250. (352) 341-2010
Desk Large Commer-
cial Corner Desk 5 pcs.
beautiful teak wood
finish, pull out key
board sacrifice $350.
(352) 697-0220
DINETTE glasstop table,
4 chairs, $125
TABLE LAMP, ceramic,
white with pastel trim,
$25 (352) 382-2224
DINING ROOM SET
Broyhill Fontana w/Ig.
lighted china hutch.
$650
(352) 270-3332
DINING ROOM SET, Oak,
42x96 glass top on 2
antique table bases
w/ 6 chairs. $800.
(352) 746-6191
DINING ROOM TABLE
(Formal) Walnut w/3
leaves, pads & 6 Newly
uphol. chairs. $250 obo;
(352) 382-4223
Dining Room Table with
6 chairs. Dark wood.
Like new $275.00
(502) 727-1981
(352) 795-4240
DINING TABLE W/4
CHAIRS Glass Top
Bronze & Wrought Iron
Base, $550; Coffee
Table & 2 End Tables
(Same Base) $550 or
$1,000 all 8 pcs.
(352) 382-5702
King Sz. Bedroom Set,
$175. obo
352- 464-2901
Kitchen Table with 4
chairs. 2 piece hutch.
Hard wood natural with
white legs. Like new
cond. $275.00 for all
(352) 621-5322
Leather Chair
w/ottoman, Dark Beige
$100.
(352) 382-2318
Living Rm Set. w/ every-
thing, 2 lamp corners, 2
corner tables. 1 center
table, sofa, love seat, 1
sofa chair, almost new
$550. (352) 746-4354
Living Room set -
neutral pattern. Sofa w/
dual recliners &
loveseat. Matching
recllner for free. $350.
OBO (352) 628-9764
MAPLE CHINA CABINET
w/light, 50"W X 78"T. 3
shelves. $140 Exc,
Cond.
(352) 249-9160
MATCHING COUCH &
RECLINER Brown
Corduroy, $150.
(352) 621-4973
MATTRESS
Full size box spring and
mattress set. Barely
used! $125.00. Ph
352-503-3429
MATTRESS SET
Fu. Sz Pillow-Top
FIRM, in plastic $300
S'CAT TOWER 7-Levels
68"T Creme, Exc Cond.
$100 (352) 527-6629
Mattress, box spring &
frame. 7 mo. old Sealy
posturepedic pillow
top. $1200. OBO
(352) 422-3465
MIXED FURNITURE
Bed qu. sz; Side tbi;
Camp w/desk. more.
9969 N Sandree Dr. Cit.
Sprngs. (352) 465-1574
PRE OWNED FURNITURE
Unbeatable Prices
NU 2 U FURNITURE
Homosassa 621-7788
Preowned Mattress Sets
from Twin $30; Full $40
Qn $50; Kg $75.
628-0808
Queen Sleeper Sofa
pastel colors, like new
$250.obo
(352) 726-4761
ROCKER RECLINER
Large Burgundy
Like New! $100
(352) 382-9063
ROCKER RECLINERS
(2) Lane forrest green
Exc Cond. $325/pr.
(352) 527-1656
SOFA & LOVESEAT
Leather, Cinnamon
tone, 1 year new,
perfect. $1200.
(352) 344-5517
SOFA BED
2 Cushion, Gold Print,
$100 Uke new mattress
(352) 382-3679
Sofa, 7', Flower pattern
w/oak trim.
Lay-z- boy Rocker, dark
wine w/ white flower
$300 for both 0B8.
(352) 795-8915
The Path's Graduates,
Single Mothers,
Needs your furniture.
Dining tables, dressers &
beds are needed.
Call (352) 746-9084
Trundle bed. Twin size.
Pop up style. $75.00
(352) 621-5588
Two 39 x 80 New
Twin Beds
w/ heavy duty frames,
In plastic
$300. ea. firm
(352) 637-0407
WANTED:
DARK WOOD TABLE
& chairs
(352) 637-5273
MR CITRUS
COUNTY REALTY






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Lawn Mower- $16.00
Big Wheeler. Self go,
$29.00. Deliver to
Inverness Plaza
(813) 971-6552
TORO LAWNMOWER,
bagger, elec. start,
6-1/2HP, like new, $225
(352) 860-0288




7 RIVERS G & CC
7618W Golf Club St.
Sat. & Sun. 8a-?
MOVING SALE
CRYSTAL RIVER
Joyce's Antiques @
SUN PLAZA M S 11-3
Going Out Of Businessi
Crystal River
Sat. & Sun. 9-5 Antiques,
collectables & H/H
11745 N. Citrus Ave.
Hernando
12 Oaks Air Estates
Sun. Only 8-2
Multi-Family Sale
7802 N. Fairwind Loop
On 491 Close to SR 200
HERNANDO
Sat. & Sun. 7-3
1282 E. Rockefeller. Ln.
Homosassa
Furniture Sale
Sat & Sun 9-3
8861 W. Arbor Court
LECANTO
TOOL SALE, MOVING
SALE, Sat. & Sun. All Day
Riding Lawn mower,
auto shift excel cond.
1868 S Hoylake Terr.
Hills of Avalon, off 490
Rio Vista
Sat. & Sun. 8-3
A little of everything.
11035 SW 186 Circle




"Trane" XE1000 high
efficiency Weathertron
heat pump, 6 yrs old,
$300 12 cu.ft. GE chest
freezer, 4 yrs old, $75
Both exc. cond.
(352) 341-4775 after 6p
BURN BARRELS *
$10 Each
Call Mon-Fri 8-5
860-2545

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'Il
help you get rid of
your unwanted stuff.


CHRPNLE
(352) 563-5966
(352) 726-1441
ALUMINUM DOOR
36" pre hung glass,
outside door, $40
(352) 341-0787
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
Camera,
Kodak Easy Share with
printer. Excel cond.
$325.00
(352) 527-3321
Chainsaws- Husqvarna
model 350,2 blades,
18" bar, only used 15
mins., asking $200.
Echo, never started,
model CS520, 2 blades,
asking $300 527-7971
CHRISTMAS TREES
2 green, 1 retro silver,
$5 ea. BIRD BATH, with
white pedestal base,
$20, (352) 382-2224
CRAFTSMAN 10" Radial
hand saw, with stand,
good cond., $150
(352) 341-0787
DEWALT 10" Radial
Armsaw. 2HP motor,
$200: 2 END TABLES
w/drawers, $80.
(352) 637-3172
DOORS, 6 flush Inside
doors, 3 24" 3 30,
painted white, all $50
(352) 746-3687
ENTERTAINMENT/
Storage cabinet,
70" H, x38x24, $55
Polaroid camera,
hardly used, $35
(352)726-2566
FENDER GUITAR model
F65, in case, $285.
Old Combination Post
Office Fronts, $6 ea
(352) 637-5250
FILE CABINETS 2-drawer
metal. $35 ea,
UTILITY CABINET,
2 shelf, med, size, $20
(352) 382-2224
GIRL'S CLOTHES
Sz 4 6. winter &
summer, $75. Gerber
Electric Bottle Sterilizer
$35. All In good cond
(352) 341-6920
SOD- ALL VARIETIES
cut outs & new homes.
Installed & Rolled
(352) 637-5825


Wood Working Equip.,
commercial grade,
singe phase, cutoff
table, work tables, &
storage cabinets, ask-
ing $9,450. Call David
(352) 270-3672




Elec. Lift Chair
Dk. Blue. $150.00 OBO
(352) 489-4813
Electric full size
Hospital Bed
$100.
(352) 628-6647
Electric Wheelchair
Hardly used, $1500
(352) 563-2426
EM RASCAL SCOOTER
$250.00
PRIDE LEGEND
$450.00
(352) 628-9625
Hospital Bed
with side rails, $600
Rolling Walker
$45
(352) 563-2426
HOVERROUND
Motorized Wheelchair
Barely used $800 BO
(352) 621-5588
Pronto Electric
Wheel Chair
Hitch carrier, Barely
Used $1,000.
(352) 563-5721
Queen Size Magnetic
Mattress. Pad
High quality 2" magnet
spacing. Magnetic
therapy for back pain,
flbromyalgia, arthritis,
back pain etc. $250.
(352) 527-6709
SHOWER CHAIR, $25
3 ROLLING WALKERS
$20 each,
(352) 563-2426




Guitar, New tradition,
PV Amp, Mic, hard shell
case, $750 takes all.
(352) 628-4224
UPRIGHT PIANO,
KOHLER,
beautiful, $800.
(352) 586-2590
Yamaha Electone
Organ, 21/2 manual,
full foot peddles $1500
(352) 637-1953




KITCHEN ISLAND
4' x 3' island w/white
Countertop $75
Trampoline $50
795-6128




Schwinn Airdyne
Evolution
Exercise Bike
$300.
Call (352) 382-5486
Total body Work-out
Excersize Bicycle.
speed/calories/time/
etc. $50.00
(352) 341-0599
i- 3 3TI .: i ,T .jl, _- '

Nordic Trac Pro Ski
machine. $65.00
(352) 637-5171
TREADMILL
Pro-Form XP 542s Tread-
mill, Like new. (paid
$600) $350. 746-1284




26" 10 Spd. BIKES
(1) Men's, (1) Ladies
Sears Brand. $40/ea.
(352) 382-3932
30-30 MARLIN 336
4x Pro-diamond scope,
w/ reloading kit &
extra's, New in Box.
$400.00 400-5164,
726-3243
BICYCLES
2 brand new 26" 5
speed, Roadmaster.
1 mens' 1 womans'
$75/set.
(352) 465-1210
CAMPING EQUIPMENT
Tent, Coleman Tailgate
grill. Netted dining tent.
Includes, misc. equip.
$2001. (352) 344-5517
EXERCISE BIKE
Handles move; wheel
fan. $65.
(352) 382-2318
HUNTING & SHOOTING
EQUIPMENT Camo,
Snake boots, bird dog
collar, trailer hitch
cargo carrier, dove
decoys, portable blind,
etc. (352) 382-5684


Saturday, December 2, 8pm
Meet & Greet Reception 7pm

The Art Center Theater
2644 N. Annapolis Ave (& Rt. 4B6)
Hernando. Florida (Citrus County) undraiser
$15. Students $12 fo e CCAL

Order tickets at RuildieFund
www.richardgilewitz.com
Box Office Tues-Sun.

Fo*1RHIHr more info tio
746-7606 or 746-0648


Engineered

Trusses

Trenton, Florida


1-800-823-9298
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GOLF CART
EZ-Go, 36 V
$1,095 Can see @
8411 W. Highland St.
Homosa.(352)795-2631
PING PONG TABLE
Good Condition
$65.
(352) 382-2318
Stevens 16 Gauge
single shot shotgun,
model 94-C, (antique),
Manufactured in 1951
$450 (352) 586-7645
WE BUY GUNS
On site Gun Smithing
(352) 726-5238
WILSON GOLF CLUBS,
complete set, graphite
shaft, RH. 4 drivers with
putter & bag, $149
(352) 860-0288




2006 UTILITY TRAILER
6x16FT, Triple Crown
double axle, 1FT rails,
rear drop gate, used
one time, $1AO,400
(352) 341-0787
Equipment Trailer
21' long & 6.5' wide.
$1500.00 0B0
(352) 423-2795
FACTORY DIRECT
5X8 $695 w/ad $650
5X10 $750 w/ad $695
PARTS SERVICE TRADES
EZ Pull Trailers 400-1430
6532 HWY 44, Crys. Rvr.
UTILITY TRAILER
7x14
W/RAMP GATE, $650.
(352) 795-4770




MISC. BABY ITEMS
Crib, Strollers, too much
'to list, $300.
352- 628-7640, Iv. msg.




CASH for Dish
Network satellite TV
equipment.
Will pick up.
352-344-0624
I Buy ALL Types
Of Tools
And Equipment
Call v (352) 634-0171
WANTED:
Carrier for Mobility
Chair for car.
(352) 560-7783
WE BUY
US COINS & CURRENCY


TWIN BED, nearly new,
excellent mattress, $100
Bicycle, Approach
Diamond Back, 21
speed, excellent. $100
(352) 637-5250
WE BUY ORIENTAL RUGS
Antique & Semi Antique
Call anytime
(352) 341-0787
WINDSURFER
12' O'Brien, complete
w/15' Most, lots of funi
$125, (352) 344-5958
WOOD LAMINATE
FLOORING
Nat. Oak
$,95 sq,ft. 1,000sf avall.
(352) 637-6596




Glass, suitable for
display $100/ea
All 4/$350
(352) 465-7754 Iv. mes.


leaay Dear
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.
2 Female Hairless CATS
,- -,, : ..:H C.L : rs, n,-,t,"r .
1 t'i. I 'nn n L-' -. r. .:. r.
(352) 465-8332 :
3/4 Chihuahua Mix
Puppies
$100. obo
(352) 563-0627
AUSTRALIAN CATTLE
DOGS, Heelers. AKC
Reg. 1st shots, health
certificates & much
more. $400-$450 ea.
(352) 215-1930
BICHON, Adorable
AKC, POP, HC, 10 wks,
2 Males, $450
(352) 560-3093
Bird Cage,
new in box ,36" x 65",
$186
(352) 586-2590
CHOCOLATE LAB
PUPPIES, Showmanship
background, beautiful,
(352) 586-2590
CKC Mini-Dachs
3 Male/3 Female.
Health cert. Mom &
Dad on premises
$400-450. $100 dep.
req'd. Avail. 11/14
(352) 637-3296
Cocktiel female,
yellow & grey with
cage $40.00
(352) 746-1289
Female Love Bird
Large Sturdy Steel cage
$150.
(352) 563-5721
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
PUPS, 3 females, 10wks
oldshots & Heath Cert.
$350. each.
(352) 628-7151


2 TWIN BEDS
w/mattresses, springs. &
headboards, Like new.
$200;
LEATHER OFFICE CHAIR,
like new, $75.
(352) 621-4973
2 Waterbeds,
Quarter Canopy King sz
$75; 2nd one Is Queen
sz, bik. 6 drawer ped-
estal, full canopy
w/mirror
$200. (352) 726-9176
Antique 4pc. Bedroom
Set, 1940's, Full sz. bed
w/ boxsprlng. very
good cond. $350.
(352) 746-0502
ARM CHAIR &
OTTOMAN
Burgundy Leather
$495
(352) 382-5702
Bar Stools
dark wicker w/ green
cushions just purchased
3 total $200.
(352) 621-0848
Beautiful China
Cabinet
$550.
Glass Kitchen Table
$75.
(352) 527-3377
BEDS 4* BEDS + BEDS
The factory outlet store
For TOP National Brands
Fr.50%/70% off Retail
Twin $119 *+ Full $159
Queen $199 / King $249
Please call 795-6006
Beginning Oct. 3
Open'Regular Hours
Tues.-Frl. 9-5 Sat. 9-1
*PAUL'S FURNITURE.
Homosassa 628-2306
BIG ROLLTOP DESK
$270;
BAR, Beige Leather
padded w/barstools,
$125. (352) 726-9176
COFFEE TABLE, pine
base with glass top,
$20. ROCKING CHAIR,
pine finish, like new, $20
(352) 382-2224
COUCH, Natuzzi
leather, cream white
sectional, great shape,
$375. WINGBACK
recliner chair, green
pattern upholstery, $75
(f52) 382-2224


Humanitarians
of Florida
Low Cost Spay &
Neuter by Appt.
Cat Neutered $20
Cat Spaved $25
Dog Neutered &
Spayed start at $35
Low cost shot clinic
Tues, Weds & Thurs
12pm-4pm
(352) 563-2370
RAT TERRIERS,
Male & Female,
breedable, $400. ea.
(352) 586-2590
THE PET CHARMER
Custom Pet sitting
in your home.
(352) 746-4848
TOY POODLE PUPS
2 White males, For sale
$250 (352) 637-2716




6 Yr. old Quarter Horse
Gelding, very good w/
children, runs great,
$2,500. obo
(352) 353-1301
BOARDING 2 Stall Avail.
12X12 w/daily let out.
Full board. $275/mo. all
incl. (352) 422-2078
Colt, 6 Mo., $700.
Mare, 14 yrs. $500.
$1,000, for pair
(352) 527-2353




25HP JOHNSON
1990, exc. cond. Low,
hours, Ideal for Pontoon
Boat, Electric start. $900
For Info (352) 476-5332
NEW Marine Access.
At Closeout Prices.
Boat covers, cleats,
all kinds boat seats,
storage boxes,
hatches, + 1000's of
New Marine Items.
All BELOW WHOLESALE
527-3555 Mon-Fri 9-5
*MONROE SALES-
Hwy. 44, Lecanto




SEA-DOO
2005, WATERCRAFT
ONLY 4 MONTH OLD!
3D BASE JETSKI W/NEW
TRAILER. SELLING FOR
$6500. FIRM!
(352) 422-3588




12' LOWE JON BOAT
11 mos. old
$400 firm
(352) 465-3310
(904) 540-4591
14' JON BOAT
15 hp, 2 stroke, trir.
F.F., trolling mtr, swivel
seats, & lots of extras
$1,800 (352) 637-5958
15' JONBOAT G-3
2006, 25hp Yamaha '
w/trir. Barely Used!
$6,000 OBO
(352) 464-4373
17" CAPE HORN
,_1I999., 115HP Merc,
G. a?,l ^. .3900
.- ,. .., -1J.> 744
17' JON BOAT
15 hp outbrd, & trailer.
Good Cond. Extras.,
$2,200 OBO ,
(352) 795-0841
'67 LARSON BOAT
16'6" w/85HP Merc. mtr.
Trailer incl. $1500.
(352) 621-8030, lv. msg.
'98 Rendavus
21ft., 1999 mercury 150,
; 1'l3ni c,. i-.r: excel.
n $14,500.
(352) 628-7303
Airboat 15'
Alum. Welded,
walkaround, 350
Chevy, Red. gear, ship
to shore radio. Trim tab
$8500. OBO 795-3158
AIRBOAT 15'
Hoffman Rivermaster
hull, 225 grd. pwr eng,
6 new jugs w/trlr; Runs
great! Exc. cond. $6,500
(352) 746-4450
Aqua Sport Osprey
1997, 20ft., CC. 115HP
OB, w/ brand new 2006
trailer. $9,500.
(352) 621-0848


AREAS LARGEST
SELECTION
OF PONTOONS &
DECK BOATS
Crystal River Marine
(352) 795-2597













,CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


Bass Tracker 18'
Pontoon 1992,.60hp
Johnson, Live well,
trolling motor, depth
finder, stereo, bimini
top. CGE, VERY VERY
CLEAN No tri., will
deliver, Can email pics,
$5200. (352) 344-4447
Canoe (OT)
3 person, like new
dry well, storage.
paddles $270.
(352) 465-5919
G3 JON BOAT
2005, 14FT, 8HP
Yamaha, warr till 3/08
6 hrs on all, gaiv, trailer
$3,500 (352) 560-7157
(352) 476-7252
GLASS STREAM
1987, Cuddy Cab,
200hp Mercury,
$2,395 OBO,
(352) 726-4174
NEW BOAT TRAILERS
Axles to tires&wheels,
winches, u-bolts,
fenders & morel All at
WHOLESALE OR LESSI
MONROE SALES
Mon.-Frl. 9am-5pm
(352) 527-3555





WE NEED

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





PalmBeachPontoon
'01,20', Full custom
canvas, '00 Suzuki 70hp
4-stroke, '03 TrIr. $7,000.
OBO (352) 726-0805
Polar 17'
2001, Flats Boat with
70hp Johnson. Runs
. great. Center console.
Trolling motor & tri.
$6,500. (352) 621-0848
S PROLINE
'86,28ft. 101/Lft. 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
Sweetwater 20'
Pontoon, '04, Honda '04
40hp stroke eng., less
than 50 hrs., excel.
cond. $10,500.637-9082

THREE RIVERS
MARINE


Let Us Sell your Clean
used boat. No Fees,
(352) 563-5510
UNITED MARINE
1994, 30', w/ 2002 KDA
44 Turbo Diesel engine,
I/O, auto pilot, radar,
fishfinder, windless &Trl
$46,000. (352) 344-0878
GREAT DEAL!
22' PONTOON BOAT
- w/90HP Honda 4strk.
$9800. 352-634-3800


-B*

'04 Bounder, 35R
2 slides. Spacious
Only $75,500.
'06 Hurricane 33'
Brand New
Large Slide.
Only $75,000.
'04 Catalina
Great Cond.
WAS $21,500
i NOW $16,900
'06 Surveyor 23' TT
1 slide,2 expandables
$21,277
'04 Coachman
Catalina 26'
WAS $21,416
NOW $16,900
'06 Surveyor TT
WAS $23,135
NOW $18,900
'06 Hurricane 34N
3 slides
WAS $105,150
NOW $79,900
'06 Hurricane 30Q
WAS $74,409
NOW $55,900
These Will NOT Lastlll
Call Tony
352-598-4515

A WHEEL OF
A DEAL
5 lines for only
$35.95!*
*2 weeks in the
*2 weeks Onllnel
*Featured in Tues.
"Wheels" Sectionl
Call Today
(352) 726-1441
or (352) 563-5966
For details.
*$5 per additional line
Some Restrictions
May Apply


* ATTENTIONN** *



FORMER NEWSPAPER CARRIERS


Would you be interested in contracting to

deliver a newspaper route as a

substitute? Consistent carriers are

sometimes in need of a substitute for a

day or a week to cover for a vacation or

illness. You choose the days you wish to

work! Early morning hours. Dependable

transportation required.

A win/win for everyone!


Call Susan


S563-3282
870o s


Blue Ox towbar,
model Aventa II
w/cover, $250.
(352) 637-9694
COACHMAN
1992, 27ft., 50K ml.,
very clean
(352) 726-1419
Fleetwood
1987, 26', Class C, In
very good cond. Rear
twin beds, low miles.
$6500. (352) 621-0848
HOLIDAY RAMBLER
38' 98, 50K, diesel pshr,
Allison 6spd. Tile, corlan,
convec. oven, Ig. slide,
diesel gen. new tires,
$68,000 (352) 746-9211
MONTANA
'03 5th Wheel, 34FT, 3
slides, Artic insulation
pkg. Many extras
$28,900 (419) 685-1458
Must Sell!
31ft., 5th Wheel Trailer,
like new, dbl. slides,
many upgrades. 1999
Ford F350 dually diesel
crew cab, 49k mil. ex-
cel. cond. $30,000 firm
(352) 795-1586

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

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ULTRASTAR
'90, 30ft, generator, air,
sleeps four, new fridge,
$11,500, negotiable

34K mL., (352) 860-1356
WINNEBAGO 2002
27' CLASS A, 49K, ALL
OPTIONS, EXC COND,
ASKING $37,500
352-627-4281
WINNEBAGO
'92, Toyota. Can be
seen @ 1168 S. Bea
Ave., Inverness
$12,200 (352)446-6329




36'. TRAILER W/20x10 FI.
rm, perm. fully turn. set-
up in camp ground,
new refrig, sink, cab.
Sips 7, Inv. area. $5,000
(352) 697-1447
5th Wheel Hitch
Draw tite
$375.
(352) 637-7252
Camper or Travel
Trailer needed
to rent.
Lost home to fire, need
temporary shelter.
(352) 697-5252

COACHMEN
TRAILER
1994 Catalina, 34', Full
bath, stove/oven, mi-
crowave, central
AC/heat, fridge, awn-
ings, newer tires, rear
bedroom, lots of room.
Ready to tow! $5500.
352-228-1660

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
Kingston Bobcat
1999, sleeps 6
$5,500 OBO
(352) 341-1189
NOMAD SKYLINE
1999, 30FT, self cont.,
awning, 2BR, full bath,
$8,500 obo
(352) 341-2303
SALEM 5th Wheel
2000,27Ft, slide out,
sleeps 6, Irg. refrig.,
micro., new elec. jacks,
awning, extras. Mint
cond, $11,500
(352) 726-1658
SANDPIPER 30'
'00,5th Wheel. Super
slide, Exc. Cond. $10K
firm See @ Encore
Travel Park, Crystal River
(407) 908-1181
TERRY
1988, Resort, 22FT, load-
ed, roof air, $2,750
(352) 634-4237
WOULD THE DR.
who called about
the Travel Trailer
please call again!
Lost home to fire, need
shelter. (352) 697-5252




1985 TOYOTA
4-RUNNER 4 X 4
Straight axel, Runs Exc.
Everything works For
parts! $2,500 OBO
(352) 344-8717 Iv. mes.
ALUM. WHEELS (4)
6 LUG 15" BRUSHED
Chevy/Toyota 4 X 4
Exc. Cond. $200/set
(352) 344-8717 Iv. mes.


*-Great part time
.income.


QJ ' Work early AM
S hours


S* Must have reliable:
"' transportation ,


.* Works well as a
second job



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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
New 20" Tires & Rims,
from '06 Ford F150 4X4,
Alum. wheels Pirelli tires
ATR275/55/R20 Less
than 1K ml. $1200/obo
(352) 302-2523
SLIGHTLY USED
Firestone Steel Tech Ra-
dial AT & Rims for GMC.
LT225X75R16, 8 lug rims.
Set of 6, $400. Tom
(352) 382-2806
TIRES
Bridgestone Potenza
RE92 P/225/60R16 97H
tires. Asking $150
(352)464-0192




$$CASH PAID$$
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
CASH BUYER
for Trucks, Vans & Cars
Larry's Auto Sales
Hwy 19 S. Crystal River
Since 1973 564-8333
*FREE REMOVAL OF.*
Mowers, motorcycles,
RV's, Cars, ATV's, jet skis,
3 wheelers. 628-2084
USED CAR WANTED
Single mother with new
job. Needs reliable
transportation.
Paying cash.
352 601-5378




'00 MERC GRAND
MARQ. LS. 60,838ml.
wht. pwr. air, CC cass
am/fm prm whis $7,995
K5175A (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
5 VW's 2 are rail, 2 bugs,
1 dune buggle, lots of
parts, motors, trans, mo-
tor parts, $2,000 or
trade. CHEVY PICKUP
'88, Step Side, 4x4 all
works no windows not
title $800. 352-795-0147
'01 HYUNDAI SONATA
72,632mi. Air, CC, cass
am/fm, cd plyr. sunroof,
alloy wheels, $4,995
B1208 (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'01 KIA SPECTRA GS
58,660mi Air, Red, ster-
eo am/fm, cassette,
tilt, air bags. $6,995
K4549A (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'01 MERC GRND MARQ.
LS 27,105mi. All pwr.
AC, CC, Cass tilt, Ithr,
alloy whis. 9,995
B1080 (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'01 PONTIAC FIREBIRD
Trans Am 59,914mi. All
pwr. AC, CC, CD, T-top
Ithr, am/fm. abs $15,995
H1096 (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'02 FORD FOCUS SE
62,378mi. All pwr. AC,
CC, Cassette, am/fm.
Rf. Rck. Air bags. $6,995
81210 (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'02 FORD TAURUS SE
70,092ml. All pwr. AC,

CC, Cassette, am/fm.
Air bags. $6,995.
54137A (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'02 MITSUBISHI GALANT
ES Galant ES 81,738mi.
All pwr. AC, CC, CD
plyr. Air bogs. $5,995.
T5025A (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'03 CHEVY MONTE
CARLO IS. 50,910ml. All
pwr. AC, CC, CD plyr,
Alloy whis ABS $9,995
P6019A (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'03 KIA SEDONA EX
58,776mi. AC, All pwr.
CC,Tilt, aly. whIs, CD
plyr. AM/FM $9,995
#P6047A (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'04 KIA OPTIMA EX
26,888mi. All pwr. AC,
CC, Multi CD plyr. sun rf.
am/fm. Cass. $10,995
1042 (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'05 PONTIAC VIBE
42,005mi. All pwr. AC,
CC, CD, rf. rck, am/fm.
tu-tone pnt.abs $13,500
HI 181 (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'88 HONDA PRELUDE S:
180,117mi. All pwr.
AC, CC, CD plyr, tilt,
Sunroof $1,995
B5179B (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC

A WHEEL OF
A DEAL
5 lines for only
$35.951*
*2 weeks In the
*2 weeks Onlinel
*Featured In Tues.
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'99 HONDA CIVIC LX
81,519ml Air, CC, stereo
am/fm, tinted glass,
air bags. $6,995
B1197 (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
AUTO LOANS
Bad Credit. No Credill
Repos, I can help
For more info. call
Steve (352) 302-1451
AUTOMOBILE
DONATIONS
Tax Deductible @
appraised value
when donated to a
43 year old
non-reporting
501-C-3 Charity.
Maritime Ministries
(352) 795-9621

17
PECILCASH SALE
00 + AN DEPENDABLE CARS
FROM-875-UP
DON'T MISS THIS SALE
1675- US19- HOMOSASSA



BIG SALE
'99 Chrysler Concord
LXI, Lthr, CD, Sunroof,
47K ml. ............. $6,995
'01 Merc Grand Marq.
Lthr, Loaded, /2-Top,
30K Fl Ed.....$9,995
'03 Linc. TC Cartler,
Wht/w/gold, Full Top,
Lo mi . ......$17,500
Woolen's
Autocorp, Inc.
41 & 486 Hernando
(352) 637-7117
BMW 540-1
1997, BIk, tinted wndws,
mn. rf.,4 dr., 6 spd, V-8,
good cond. $7,900
(352) 422-6641
BUICK
1997, Riviera, A Cream
PuffI ,41K, fully loaded,
leather. $7995.
(352) 382-4223
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, 30mpg,
Power everything! Wht
Ext./Blue Int. New tires.
$7,500 (727) 207-1619
CHEVY '98
MONTE CARLO, I own-
er, no accidents, Pew-
ter. Int. drk grey, Load-
ed $5200. 352-270-3472
CHEVY CAMARO
2002, Convertible, 6 cyl.
Pewter w/black top,
34,800K, Very Shaipl
$12,90 (734) 771-1903
CHEVY CAPRICE
CLASSIC '93 exc. cond.
well maintained, $2300/
obo (352) 341-3014
CUTLASS SUPREME
1996, 4-dr., exc. cond.,
all options, 37,751 orig.
low mi. $4200
(352) 344-5250

1 I : 1 f j If
AFFORDABLE CARS
100 + CLEAN DEPENDABLE CARS
FROM-'325-DOWN
30 MIN. E-Z CREDIT
1675 -US19 -HOMOSASSA


FORD
'04, Escape XLT, black,
good cond. 45k mi.
$13,000.
(720) 560-2033
FORD CONTOUR
'98, 4cyl, 4dr, exc. run-
ning cond, PW/PD, exc.
MPG, 68Kmi. $2895
(352) 564-2504
Ford Crown Vic.
2001, Police interceptor
pkg.. 102,000 miles.
spotlight, $4475.00
(352) 527-8961
FORD T-BIRD
1987, 49K orig.,
All origlnall Like newly
Runs Great! $2,500 OBO
(352) 860-0590
HONDA
'94, Civic, Pwr. sunrf,
AC, looks & runs great
inside & out, $2,900.
(352) 563-5401, lv. msg.
HYUNDAI
2004. XG350, celadon
14K mi, 8yr Ext. Warr. Exc
cond. $14,900.
(352) 382-4856

31 12t I r1
AFFORDABLE CARS
97 DODOGAVE ..$2950
4 CYCLE 2 DR, AUTO, AC, SPORTY
96 ODSAlORA.......43395
4 DR AUTBAXLEATHE SUFoOF
98 PONTIAC GRM PIX..$3975
167V-' 19T- 499RSSA



CASH BLOWOUT SALE
93FORDTAURUS....... .$2450
VD6 4 DR AUTO, CLEAN
4CYCL 4DR AIC,GREATi MPG
96 SAISL 3275
1675- US 19- HOMOSASSA

LEXUS LS-430
2002,4 dr, wht w/wht
leather Int. 69K. Part of
Estate Sale. $25,000
(352) 341-6927


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Mercury
'95, Sable, Sedan,

looks & runs well asking
$1,175 (352) 201-9035
MITSUBISHI '03
ECLIPSE, 33K ml. all pwr,
exc In/oul. Sunroof, Tint
custom wheels. $13,500
(352) 564-1594
MUSTANG '95
Coupe 2 DR, 3.8L V6,
90K Runs Good, Needs
minor work, 3,800 obo
400-5164, 726-3243
MUSTANG GT '06
Convertible, 5,450 ml,.
Auto, Black w/silver
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
PONT. GRAND AM
1995. Gd,. cond. every-
thing works. New tires,
Needs engine work.
$500. (352) 628-0001
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 CAMRY LE '96
Exc/Cond/AII pwr, grgd
Lthr, 2nd ownr $5,000
OBO (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.
CHEVY C-10
1969. Stepside. 4 spd,
short box. Runs &
Rusted! $4,000 OBO
(352) 341-1460
FORD
'65, Mustang, 2 door
coupe, 289-V8. C4,
auto, dual exhaust,
fact AC, $30,000.
(352) 220-0385
FORD F-100
1963. Stepslde. 302,
Edelbrock. Looks & runs
good! New brakes!
$3,500 (352) 563-2156




A WHEEL OF
A DEAL
5 lines for only
$35.951"
*2 weeks in the
ChronlIclel
*2 weeks Onlinel
*Featured in Tues.
"Wtheels" Sectionl
Call Today
(352) 726-1441
or (352) 563-5966
For details.
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Some Restrictions
May Apply
Chev. 3/4 Ton Ext
Cab '98, Silverado, 350
V-8, $7495. 467-0872
CHEVROLET
2004 Silverado, 34K mi.,
$19,000 or best offer
(352) 228-1140
Chevy
'95, 1500 4x4 Work truck
white, hitch 98,350 mi.,
cold air, steel tool box,
bed liner $5,500 abo
(352) 746-4932
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 1500 SLT
'94, Reg. Cab, 214k mi.
runs good, tow pkg.
tranny slips $2,500 obo
(352) 628-4743
DODGE
1985 Ram pickup, 4x4,
longbed, great work
truck, $1,500 obo
(352) 476-3763
DODGE DAKOTA
1988, Runs Good,
No AC. Good Cond.
$900 OBO8
(352) 726-3285
Dodge Ram 1500
1998, white ext./grey
cloth Int. 8 cyl. sport
model, 4x4 $7500.0BO
(352) 586-2743


Dodge Ram
1990, red/grey w/
burgandy Int. 8 cyl.
runs great $4,500. OBO
(352) 341-1189
DODGE RAM '96
1500, SLT Laramie, 94k
new tires, battery, wtr,
pump, fan belt. LOOKS
& RUNS GREAT. $5300/
obo. (352) 382-7614
FORD 1976
W/cap, new brakes/
tires, runs very good
asking. $1500/obo
(352) 346-1958
FORD F250 '95
Reg cab. 7.3 diesel,
151K, exc. cond, below
book, $5500/obo.
(352) 344-1948, Iv. msg.
FORD PICK UP
1977, runs great,
dependable.
$1000/obo
(352) 563-0318
FORD RANGER
1991, Runs but needs
transmission, $400.
(352) 628-0001
FORD RANGER '98
4 spd, 121,000 ml. Good
work truck. Runs great,
Asking $2500. Call
726-6550 or 201-0073
GMC
'99, 3500, SL Crew Cab,
w/ 454 V8 engine, 1 ton
59k ml.,, rear dual
exhaust, heavy duty
shock & tow pkg. chro-
me wheels, chrome
running boards, fibre-
glass scooped hood,
tinted windows, 8' bed
excel. cond. you name
It, It will tow it, asking
$16,500 (352) 637-0347
NISSAN
'96, Pick Up,
Cold air, Runs great
$4,000. firm
(352) 228-3406
NISSAN FRONTIER
2006, King Cab XE, 4K,
w/truck bedllner.
Asking $17,500
(352) 726-7604
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Toyota Tundra
2002, SR5, 77,000 miles,
All maint. done by
Toyota. Asking $13,500.
(352) 212-2684




'01 CHEVY TRACKER, LT.
42,087mi. All pwr. Aly
whis, AC, CC, CD plyr.
Running brds. $8,995.
K4712B (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
JEEP LAREDO
1996 Grand Cherokee
mechanically sound,
good cond. $2,500 obo
(352) 637-6413
LANDROVER
2000, Discovery II, 140K,
good cond, $5,000.
(352) 746-5528
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225-1022 SUCRN
Citrus County School Board
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Citrus County School Board will hold a Workshop
(Tour), Workshop and Special Meeting on Tuesday, Oc-
tober 24.,2006.

The Workshop (Tour); 9:30 a.m. will Include visitation to
Crystal River High School, Crystal River Middle School.
and Inverness Middle School. There will be two Work-
shops and a Special Meeting held at the Lecanto High
School Cafeteria located at 3810 West Educational
Path, Lecanto, Florida. The purpose of the Workshop;
3:00 p.m is for MGT discussion/ future direction and at-
tendance policy updates. The Workshop and Special
Meeting; 6:00 p.m. Is for review and discussion of the
Mandatory Random Drug Testing for Athletes and
Competitive Extracurricular Participants Taking a Pro-
active Stance Grant. The Special Meeting Is for Board
consideration on various items outlined on the agenda
and Attomrney, Legal Matters.

If any person decides to appeal a decision made by
the Board, with respect to any matter considered at
this meeting, he may need a record of the proceed-
Ings and may need to Insure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings Is made, which record should include
testimony and evidence upon which his appeal is to
be based.
Sandra Himmel
Superintendent
Citrus County School Board
Published one (1) time In the Citrus County Chronicle,
October 22, 2006.

226-1022 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
Bid Information
Bid No: 051-07
Petroleum Products
The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners will
accept sealed bids for:

Bid No: Bid No. 051-07
Petroleum Products
To obtain additional Information concerning the an-
nouncement, please visit the Citrus County Webslte at:
www,bocc citrus flus and click on the Bid Information
option or call Onvia/Demandstar at: (800) 711-1712,
Deadline for the receipt of bids: November 9, 2006 at
2:00 p.m.

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, Lecanto. Florida
34461.
Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at
this meeting because of a disability or physical Impair-
ment should contact the Management & Budget Of-
fice, 3600 West Sovereign Path. First Floor, Lecanto, Flor-
Ida 34461, (352) 527-5203 at least two days before the
meeting. If you are hearing or speech Impaired, use
the TDD telephone (352) 527-5312.
CITRUS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Gary Bartell, Chairman

Published In the Citrus County Chronicle
October 22, 2006

227-1022 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
Bid Information
Bid No: 055-07
Home Repairs

The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners will
accept sealed bids for:
Bid No: 055-07
Home Repairs
To obtain additional Information concerning the an-
nouncement, please visit the Citrus County Website at:
www.bocc.cltrus.fl,us and click on the Bid Information
option or call Onvla/Demandstar at: (800) 711-1712.
Deadline for the receipt of bids: November 9, 2006 at
2:00 p.m.
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, Lecanto, Florida
34461.
A mandatory pre-proposal meeting will be held at the
client's residence at 2244 W. Gardenia Drive, Citrus
Springs at 9:00 a.m. on October 31, 2006. Contact
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Box Truck-1 Ton
1987 Chevy 350, 16' box
new starter, alt. batt.,
belts & fluids. $2800.
obo, (352) 208-9494
Chevrolet
1994, Beauvllle, 3/4 ton
Van, It has everything,
good cond. $5,200.
(352) 344-5973, 9027 E
Aqua Vista Dr. Inverness
DODGE CARAVAN
1996, Runs Goodi
CD Player, No AC,
$700 OBO
(352) 726-3285
Dodge Ram 2500
1996, new motor,
customized. $2200 0BO
(352) 628-9087
Ford
Van, runs okay.
many new parts, $300,
ask for Mike
(352) 795-7613
MONTANA EXT
1999 Pontiac, V-6, 29K
mi. Tires 10K, extras,
Warranty till 10/25/08
$6,300 (352) 382-2683
PLYMOUTH
1993, Needs clutch
cable arm. New tires,
$400. (352) 726-7106

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COUNTY REALTY





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3.9% Listings
INVESTORS
BUYERS AGENT
BUSINESS BROKER
(352) 422-6956
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ATV + ATC USED PARTS
Buy-Sell-Trade ATV, ATC,
Go-carts 12-5pm Dave's
USA (352) 628-2084
KAWASAKI 300
Just serviced;
Many new parts
$1,650 obo
352-302-3523/628-3924
Polaris
'02, 400 Scrambler,
$2,500.
(352) 860-1069
POLARIS 2001
6X6 Wheeler, w/dump
body & extras, brush
guard, $4900/obo
(352) 344-9551
POLARIS
Extreme, 4x4, 4 wheeler,
water cooled, 400
cu.ln. $2,700
(352) 634-4237
Victory
'02, Semi chopped,
92 cu. in., 7.500 mi.,
$4,500. obo
(352) 353-1301


6. RICHARD POWERS, d/b/a/ RICHIE POOLS 1 COUNT
CASE# 2006-136
7. GREG HENRY, d/b/a/ GREG HENRY, INC. 1 COUNT
CASE# 2006-138
ANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO APPEAL A DECISION
MADE BY THE CONSTRUCTION LICENSING & APPEALS
BOARD WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT
THIS PUBLIC HEARING. HE/SHE WILL NEED TO INSURE
THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDING IS
MADE. WHICH RECORD SHALL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY
AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE
BASED. (SECTION 286.0101, FL, STATUTES.)
ANY PERSON REQUIRING REASONABLE ACCOMMODA-
TION AT THIS MEETING BECAUSE OF A DISABILITY OR
PHYSICAL IMPAIRMENT SHOULD CONTACT THE COUNTY
ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE, MASONIC BUILDING, 111
WEST MAIN STREET, 3RD FLOOR, INVERNESS, FL. 34450.
(352) 341-9801. AT LEAST TWO DAYS BEFORE THE MEET-
ING, IF YOU ARE HEARING OR SPEECH IMPAIRED, USE
THE TDD TELEPHONE (352-341-6580) OR LECANTO GOV-
ERNMENT BUILDING (352-527-5312).,
Published one (1) time In the Citrus County Chronicle,
October 22, 2006. p


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1980 HARLEY
DAVIDSON
SPORTSTER 1000
$3,600/CASH firm.
(352) 464-3857
2003 HONDA XR50
$1000 Ext bars/shifter
BIgGun Pipe,88cc
BigBore /More dirt stuff
sale 352-628-1098

A WHEEL OF
A DEAL
5 lines for only
$35.95!*
*2 weeks in the
.2 weeks Onlinel
*Featured in Tues.
"Wheels" Sectionl
Call Today
(352) 726-1441
or (352) 563-5966
For details.
*$5 per additional line
Some Restrictions
May Apply

HARLEY DAVIDSON
2007, 883 Sportster
fuel inj. extras. $9500
firm. 352-422-0277
Harley Davidson
'00 Sportster 1200XL
Pearl white, Screaming
Eagle, many extras
Excel. cond. $6,200.
(352) 422-6658
HARLEY DAVIDSON
2002 Softtall Standard,
3,000 miles. Exc. Cond.
$14K OBO,
(352) 344-5753
HONDA
'82 CB 750K, orig. paint
12K ml. $1,800 abo
(352) 489-8944

Honda Ascot
1983, 500cc, 11,500
miles, nice. $1200.00
(352) 628-2632

Honda Metro.
2002, 49cc's, mint cond.
low mileage.
$1200. Cash Firm
(352) 527-9667

Honda Of
Crystal River
06 VTX1300 (New)
$8199.00
04 CB599 Sport
$4399.00
06 VT750 AERO
$5599.00
352-795-4832

Honda XR650L
2002, dual sport. 4,000
miles. DOTCrash hel-
met, jacket size LG.
$3,275 (352) 527-8961
KAWASAKI KX-60
Very clean, very fast!
$1,000
(352) 628-2947

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SUZUKI
2005, GSXR, Annv. Ed.
helmets, jackets, shoes
& upgrades included,
bank financing avail.
For info call (352)
637-2583 or 476-3763


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*2 weeks In the
.2 weeks Onlinel
*Featured in Tues.
"Whoeh" Section[
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or (352) 563-5966
For details.
$5 per additional line
Some Restrictions
May Apply
Jeep Wrangler
1997,4 cyl, 5 speed,
54,000 orig. miles,
gar. kept. $7900.
(352) 628-4895
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Mike Appino for directions at 527-5384.
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 22, 2006


228-1022 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
RFP No. 052-07
The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners
hereby solicits proposals for Advertising and Public Re-
lotions Services, beginning December 12, 2006, for the
purpose of marketing Citrus County, Florida as a tour-
Ism destination In accordance with the goals and di-
rection of the Tourist Development Council. Proposals
should be delivered to Citrus County Board of County
Commissioners, Attn: Georgette Brock, 3600 West Sov-
ereign Path, Suite 266, Lecanto, FL 34461 by 2:00 P.M.
November 21, 2006. Contact the above office at (352)
527-5203 for a copy of the Request for Proposal.

A public opening will be held at 2:30 p.m. on Novem-
ber 21, 2006 at the Lecanto Government Building, lo-
cated at: 3600 West Sovereign Path, Lecanto, Florida
34461.
Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at
this meeting because of a disability or physical impair-
ment should contact the Management & Budget Of-
fice, 3600 West Sovereign Path, First Floor, Lecanto, Flor-
ida 34461, (352) 527-5203 at least two days before the
meeting. If you are hearing or speech Impaired, use
the TDD telephone (352) 527-5312.
CITRUS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Gary Bartell, Chairman
Published In the Citrus County Chronicle
October 22, 2006

228-1022 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
Bid Information

Bid No: 045-07
Re-Roofing of the East Citrus Community Center
The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners will
accept sealed bids for:
Bid No: 045-07
Re-Roofing of the East Citrus Community Center
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 9, 2006 at
2:00 p.m.

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, Lecanto, Florida
34461.
A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on Monday,
October 30, 2006 at 10:00 AM at the East Citrus Com-
munity Center, 9907 East Gulf to Lakes Hwy. (Hwy 44
East) Inverness, Florida. For directions contact Charile
Gatto, at (352) 527-7600.

Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at
this meeting because of a disability or physical Impair-
ment should contact the Management & Budget Of-
flce, 3600 West Sovereign Path, Rrst 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 22, 2006

224-1022 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
THE CITRUS COUNTY CONSTRUCTION UCENSING AND
APPEALS BOARD WILL CONDUCT A MEETING ON OCTO-
BER 25, 2006 AT 2:00 P.M., AT THE LECANTO GOVERN-
MENT BUILDING. 3600 W. SOVEREIGN PATH, RM 166
LECANTO, FLORIDA 34461.
SCHEDULED TO MEET THE BOARD:
1. JOHN R DISILVIO TO MEET THE BOARD FOR APPROV-
AL OF ROOFING CONTRACTOR COMPETENCY CARD.
2. DAVID F REDDING TO MEET THE BOARD FOR AP-
PROVAL OF RESIDENTIAL CONTRACTOR COMPETENCY
CARD.

3. RONALD DAWSON TO MEET THE BOARD FOR AP-
PROVAL OF ROOFING CONTRACTOR COMPETENCY
CARD.
4. "JESSE HECKMAN TO MEET THE BOARD FOR APPROVAL
OF SWIMMING POOL CONTRACTOR COMPETENCY
CARD.
5. GEORGE W DAVIS TO MEET THE BOARD FOR AP-
PROVAL TO TAKE EXAM FOR CARPENTRY CONTRACTOR.
6. CHRISTAKIS KYPRIANOU TO MEET THE BOARD FOR AP-
PROVAL TO TAKE EXAM FOR RESIDENTIAL CONTRACTOR.
7. JAMES A. ELFERS TO MEET THE BOARD FOR APPROVAL
OF ALUMINUM CONTRACTOR COMPETENCY CARD.
8. JACOB A DUNCAN TO MEET THE BOARD FOR AP-
PROVAL OF DRYWALL CONTRACTOR COMPENCY
CARD.

9. GEORGE W. FRY TO MEET THE BOARD FOR APPROVAL
OF ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR COMPETENCY CARD.
10. GEORGE R ROBBINS JR TO MEET THE BOARD FOR AP-
PROVAL OF ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR COMPETENCY
CARD.
11. JOHN SCHEPPS TO MEET THE BOARD FOR APPROVAL
TO TAKE EXAM FOR AIR CONDITIONING CLASS B CON-
TRACTOR.
CITATIONS:
1. MARK DOMINIQUE -CITATION # 0678 "ENGAGE IN
THE BUSINESS OR ACT IN THE CAPACITY OF A CONTRAC-
TOR OR ADVERTISE ONES SELF OR BUSINESS ORGANIZA-
TION AS AVAILABLE TO ENGAGE IN THE BUSINESS OR
ACT IN THE CAPACITY OF A CONTRACTOR WITHOUT BE-
ING DULY REGISTERED OR CERTIFIED."
2. DALE DAVID LARZELERE CITATION # 0679 "ENGAGE
IN THE BUSINESS OR ACT IN THE CAPACITY OF A CON-
TRACTOR OR ADVERTISE ONES SELF OR BUSINESS OR-
GANIZATION AS AVAILABLE TO ENGAGE IN THE BUSINESS
OR ACT IN THE CAPACITY OF A CONTRACTOR WITHOUT
BEING DULY REGISTERED OR CERTIFIED,"
3. JOHN MEZEREWSKI CITATION 1 0681 "ENGAGE IN
THE BUSINESS OR ACT IN THE CAPACITY OF A CONTRAC-
TOR OR ADVERTISE ONES SELF OR BUSINESS ORGANIZA-
TION AS AVAILABLE TO ENGAGE IN THE BUSINESS OR
ACT IN THE CAPACITY OF A CONTRACTOR WITHOUT BE-
ING DULY REGISTERED OR CERTIFIED." AND
"COMMENCE OR PERFORM WORK FOR WHICH A BUILD-
ING PERMIT IS REQUIRED, PURSUANT TO AN ADOPTED
STATE MINIMUM BUILDING CODE, WITHOUT SUCH PERMIT
BEING IN EFFECT"

4. IVAN McKINLEY- CITATION # 0117 -'ENGAGE IN THE
BUSINESS OR ACT IN THE CAPACITY OF A CONTRACTOR
OR ADVERTISE ONES SELF OR BUSINESS ORGANIZATION
AS AVAILABLE TO ENGAGE IN THE BUSINESS OR ACT IN
THE CAPACITY OF A CONTRACTOR WITHOUT BEING
DULY REGISTERED OR CERTIFIED."
ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLAINTS:
1. SAMUEL HARBERT, d/b/a HARBERT ENTERPRISES. INC.
1 COUNT CASE# 2006-126
2. SCOTT LUNDY, d/b/a SOUTHERN PRIDE 1 COUNT
CASE# 2006-130
3. MARK STRIFLER, d/b/a QUALITY POOL CARE 1 COUNT
CASE* 2006-131
4. MICHAEL MORGAN, d/b/a MORGAN ELECTRIC 1
COUNT CASE# 2006-132
5. FRANK McKINNEY. d/b/a SOLARSHIELD METAL ROOF-
ING 1 COUNT CASE 2006-133








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Time/Place: October 23 29, 2006,(see
schedule of events).
P Description: The Great American Cooter
-PA t al hai more e ents than you can shake
a scaly tail at. Enjoy the natural surround-
ings of Inverness and celebrate the fall sea-
son with themed events like the Great
American Cooler Blast and the ever popular
... Cooterween! These fun-filled, family
"Cooter" activities as showcased on
g Comedy Central's/The Daily Show with Jon
Stewart, will include a great line up of enter-
tainment from music to Cooter Races and
special guest appearances by this year's
headliner Sonny Shroyer "Enos" and The
, n General Lee from Dukes of Hazzard fame.
* 4' Some ask Why a Cooter Festival? Or
|10 Better Yet. What is a Cooter? Some may tell
*t it differently, but we know it as this...
',, 4 "'And ii came to pass in an isolated crevice
where only a soggy squish of darkness gave
:4,: way to more darkness that an abandoned egg
j-i began to creak from the inside out. While
the web-like mosses tried to cover the aber-
ration and stirring winds masked the discord,
sporadic shafts of sunlight collided with the
the scene of defiance as the scratching
became louder and the cracks became wider.
And as Mother Nature looked down upon


the struggle, compassion and concern pre-
vailed as she lifted her hands to give this


wobbly con figuration its charge, saving what
might have been lost upon the weeds and
rushes. You shall be slow, so as not to miss
any of my most precious creations.
Never again will you have to fear for shel-
ter, for you will carry your shelter with you
wherever you go.
You shall abide in Inverness where the
faithful pioneers will appreciate and under-
stand the beauty that can be found in those
things, which are sound and constant and
persevering.
You shall bathe and find nourishment in
the pond that I will provide for you, for in its
depths will be everything you need to survive
and its ripples will form the gateway to this
city. You will be cheered for your persistence
and revered for your tenacity.
And you shall be called "Cooter And it
was awesome!"
If you have the stamina to survive these
Cooterific events, mark your calendars for
the last week and weekend in October. We
guarantee a Cooter Stompin' good time.
Great entertainment is aplenty the week lead-
ing up to the Great American Cooter
Festival weekend, Visit Coach's Pub &
Eatery for Monday Night Football Cooter
Style; on Tuesday, bring the whole family to
Sunny Cooter's Family Night's at Ruby
Tuesday's and BeefO' Brady's Inverness on


Wednesday. Stop by ABC Liquors for a wine
tasting and Applebee's for the much antici-
pated Daisy Duke Costume contest on
Thursday. Friday night is our Cooter Blast
with the band "The Land Sharks" playing on
the Square and guest appearances by Sonny
Shroyer "Enos" and The General Lee, from
Dukes of Hazzard fame. Saturday is the
Great American Cooter Fest, fun family
activities for all to enjoy with the 1st Annual
Cooter & The Hare Kayak'Races, BBQ
Cookoff, Cooter Pie Eating Contests, Cooter
Cup Races, Pedal Tractor Pull, Games,
Contests, Rides and much more. Taste some
great food and start some early holiday shop-
ping at over 35 arts and crafts booths. For
your listening and dancing pleasure TMC
Productions will entertain the crowds along
with live band performances throughout the
entire day. Sunday is our finale with the
Great Cooter Triathlon in the morning, fol-
lowed by Cooterween beginning at 12 p.m.
The famous Costume Contest will com-
mence at 2 p.m. (registration is at 12 noon),
children's entertainer's Shana Banana (12:30
- 1:30 p.m.) and Mike Carnevale (12 Noon -
12:30 p.m.) will "wow" the kids with a magi-
cal show. All of these fun activities on
Saturday and Sunday will take place at either
Liberty or Wallace Brook Parks.
For additional information contact the


City of Inverness at (352) 726-3913 or visit
our websites at
www.cityofinvernessonline.com or
www.cooterfestival.com.
Come see what everyone is talking about
and have a cooteriffic good time!!


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Great Cooter Triathlon


Sunday,
6:00 am
7:30 am


October 20 2006
Registration & P,. .et Pick-up
Race Start


Swim .25 Bike 12 Run 3


Sonny Shroyer, Enos from

Dukes of Hazzard to

headline Cooter Festival
If you've attended the 1st and 2nd Annual Great
American Cooter Festival's you know that Dukes of
Hazzard Alums Ben Jones (Cooter Davenport) and
James Best (Rosco P. Coltrane) have previously head-
lined. This year the City of Inverness presents yet
another celebrity guest, Sonny Shroyer who played
rr,-- Enos, the big-grinned, bumbling, dipstick deputy on the
hit show. Shroyer will reprise his role for the festival
and make several guest appearances throughout the
Cooter Festival Weekend. Joining Sonny Shroyer will
be the General Lee, the shows famous, Dixie, playing
1976 Dodge Charger.
Sonny Shroyer & The General Lee's guest appear-
ances will be: Friday, October 27, Downtown
Inverness 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, October, 28,
sauv Liberty Park 12 Noon & 7:30 p.m.


Liberty Park 3 Blocks North of the Old Courthouse
North Apopka Ave. Downtown Inverness, Florida

Awards (T-Shirts guaranteed to pre-registered only)
Overall Individual Male I Female
Overall Masters (40+) Male I Female
Clydesdale (Men 200+ Ibs) & Athena (Women 150+ Ibs)
Fat Tires (Mtn. Bike & Cruisers NO SLICKS)
Relay Teams (2-3 Members)
Medals 3 Deep in 5 year Age Groups (14-under thru 85-up)

Entry Fees Register on-line: www.active.com
Pre-Registered Late Registration Race
Category (Recv. by Oct. 15") (Recv. by Oct. 25't) Day
USAT Non-USAT USAT Non-USAT ALL
Individual
Clydesdale $45 $54 $50 $59 $F5
Athena
Relay Teams $90 $117 $100 $127 $135
',or-LISAT & Race Day Eniry Fte r inilcii iii LIeU AT )Inp-Day License


Contact Chris Moling, Race Director
Phone (352) 637-2475 Fax (352) 726-2140 email: chris@drcsports.com
Make checks payable to: DRC Sports


Mail to DRC Athletic Event Mgt
P.O. Box 70,
Invemess, FL 34451


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Information & Results
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Valid USAT REQUREED for USAT Member Entry Fee


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COOTER TRIATHLON RELEASE WAIVER: I understand that Entry Fees are Non-Refundable & Non-Transferable,
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agree to abide by any decisions of race officials relative to my ability to safety complete the course, I assume all risks associated with participating in this event including, but not limited to, falls, contact
with other participants. the effects of the weather, including heat andlor humidity, traffic and conditions of the road. I understand that the course is open to vehicular traffic and will compete with duo care
Further, I hereby grant full permission to any and all of the foregoing to use any photographs. videotapes, motion pictures, recording or any other record of this event for any purpose whatsoever,
SIGNATURE (Parent if under 18 years of age) Date

COOOOTERWEENI
3rd Annual Costume Contest Liberty Park
Registration is at 12 Noon, contest begins at 2 pm. Everyone is welcome. Participants will be
judged by age groups for children ages 0-1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, then by grades beginning at 1st grade
through 12th grade.


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Check out the swampful of activities below:

10/23/06 -Monday Night Football, Cooter Style!
at Coach's Pub & Eatery 114 W. Main Street.
Fresh Cajun Cooter Stew over Rice. Wings,
Poppers and Beer specials. Come see the Corona
Girls. Beginning at 8 p.m. prior to NY Giants vs.
Dallas kickoff.
10/24/06 Sunny Cooter's Family Night @ Ruby
Tuesday's 2235 E. Gulf To Lake Hwy Kid's
eat free, face painting and Sunny Cooter fun. 5 -
8 p.m.
10/25/06 Sunny Cooter's Family Night @ Beef
O'Brady's 1231 US Hwy 41 N Raffles, give-
aways, happy hour all night. Wing specials.
Family fun begins at 5 p.m.
10/26/06 Wine Tasting -ABC Liquors 1795 W.
Main Street Under the big white tent Music,
Wine, Cigars and Appetizers 5 7 p.m.
10/26/06 Dukes of Hazzard Costume Contest -
Applebee's 1901 W. Main Street Live DJ and
dress in your favorite character from the Dukes
of Hazzard. There will be plenty of goo- goo-
good old fun -10 p.m!!
10/27/06 Great American Cooter Blast Enos
Comes to Inverness Downtown Inverness -
Come and meet the deputy sheriff of Dukes of
Hazzard fame Sonny Shroyer "Enos" along with
that famous car, The General Lee and The Land
Sharks band from Margaritaville in Orlando.
Enos autographs and Dukes of Hazzard
Memorabilia will begin at 6 p.m.
10/28/06 The Cooter and the Hare Kayak Race-
Sponsored by Aardvark Kayaks Liberty Park,
Register at 10 a.m., $10 per racer, beginners wel-
come! Racing begins at 11 a.m. Rental Kayaks
will be available. Grand Prize is 12ft Santee
Kayak. For more information contact Matt
Clemons at 795-5650.
10/28/06 Sunny Cooter's BBQ Cook Off-
Wallace Brooks Park on Lake Henderson. Come


out and taste the best bbq cooking' in the South
-Noon until 2 p.m.
10/28/06 Great American Cooter Fest Liberty
Park N. Apopka Ave. 10 a.m.-10 p.m. -
Twelve hours of Cooter Festival family activities.
The Cooter Cup Races, Pedal Tractor Pull,
Games, Contests, Rides and much more. Plenty
of great food provided by both non-profit and
for-profit vendors. Variety of craft booths for
early Holiday shopping. Entertainment provided
by TMC productions and live bands throughout
the entire day and evening. Last, but not least,
The Great American Cooter Fest's special guest
Sonny Shroyer "Enos" from the Dukes of
Hazzard will attend the festival. Accompanying
Enos, will be that famous car from the Dukes of
Hazzard The General Lee!
10/29/06 The Cooter Triathlon- Liberty Park -
N. Apopka Ave. 7:30 a.m. 3 mile run, 9.5 mile
bike and /4 mile swim. Visit www.crtri.com or
call 637-2475.
10/29/06 Cooooterween Family Fall Festival
- Liberty Park N. Apopka Ave. 12 Noon 5
p.m. Another fun day of Cooter Festival Fun
with music, dancing, rides, food vendors and
craft booths for the whole family to enjoy. The
annual costume contest will begin at 2 p.m. for
all ages. There will be awards for best costume
in each age group. TMC Productions will DJ this
event. Dress your SPOOKY or turtle best!!!
11/2/06 Wine Tasting & Silent Auction The
reception begins at 6 p.m. Proceeds to benefit the
United Way and the Festival of the Arts. $25.00
per ticket.. Call 726-3913 for tickets or informa-
tion.
11/4 & 11/5/06 35th Annual Festival of the Arts
- Historic Downtown Inverness 9:30 a.m.-4:30
p.m. Two full days to celebrate fine arts
exhibitors from all over the US. Call 726-3913
or 382-2191.


Live nc tt/aitNmS
October 27 Downtown Courthouse Square
6 10 p.m. The Land Sharks Band
7:30 Sonny Shroyer. "Enos" and the General Lee
October 28 Liberty Park. N. Apopka Ave.
10 a.m. I p.m. Tito Garcia
2 p.m. 5 p.m. Chameleon
6 p.m. 10 p.m. The Land Sharks
October 29 Liberty Park. N. Apopka Ae.
12 Noon 12:30 p.m. Mike Carnevale, Magician
12:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. -
Shana Banana, Children's Entertainer
3 4 p.m. Mike Camevale. Magician


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The Cooter Festival brings out more and more food vendors each year. With '"
over 21 food, snack and drink vendors you will not go hungry! Be sure tOb isit
our all new food court area with high top tables. The following items "wilfbe. '.
available for sale through our for-profit and non-profit food vendors: A Cooter .
Festival Specialty Cooter & Gator Nuggets, Kettle Korn. Ice cream, shaved ice.
Italian Ice, Chicken, Steak & Shrimp Kabobs. Pop Corn, Funnel Cakes, Cotton
Candy. Pulled Pork Sandwiches, Fruit Bar Shakes, Nacho's & Cheese, Coffee
Coolers, Candy & Caramel Apples, Hot Dogs. Hamburgers, Cheeseburgers,
Italian & Bratwurst Sausages & Hoagies, Boiled Peanuts, French Fries. Pickles.
Meatball Bombers, BBQ Chicken Hoagies, Breakfast Sandwiches. Arepa, Chili -
Dogs, Knishes, Louisiana Cajun Crab Patties, Seafood Gumbo with Rice, Crab 4
Soup, Sweet Potato Pies, Smoked Chicken Leg Quarters, Bloomin' Onions..
Potato Blossoms, Smoked Turkey Legs. Philly Steak Hoagies. Corn Dogs,
Super Pretzels, Italian Pastries and more!!

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2006 Grat Amerian Cooter Feival Sponsos and Hots
Silver Shell


Wyld Palms Ranch Condominiums
Hoyle. Tanner and Associates
Citrus County Chronicle
Bronze Shell
Nature Coast Land Surveying
Wheeler Construction
The Hagar Group
Ron Lieberman


Van Allen Insurance
American Title Services
Budget Insurance
Brannen Banks of Florida
Community Land Design,
Paul Gibbs
The Central Hotel


If you have holiday shopping still left to complete be sure to visit our arts &
crafts vendors. Local artists and crafters as well as some from as far away as
Wisconsin will be selling their items on both Saturday. October 28 and Sunday,
October 29. Below is a listing of the types of arts & crafts that will be avail-
able for sale: Handmade jewelry, painted concrete sculptures, driftwood art.
kayaks, kayak accessories, Christmas decorations. wreaths, wood wall sculp-
tures, concrete lawn ornaments, Dixie Outfitters T-Shirts, dream catchers,
Halloween decorations, picture frames, dog collars, leaslies and toys, create
1lyour own stuffed animals, wind chimes, painted kitchen gadgets, belts & belt
buckles, flags, blankets, bird houses, benches, plant stands, ceramic figurines,
hand crafted saying signs, country crafts, and canned pepper jelly.


Cooter Event Hosts: Coach's Pub & Eatery, Ruby Tuesday's, Beef O'
Brady's, ABC Liquors, Applebee's


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A Cooter booth will be available for those race
fans who do not have their own Cooter. Cooter
Handlers/Cooter Marshalls will draw numbers to
determine their "Cooter" for their race.
The Great American Cooter Race will be held
at Liberty Park at the following times:
* Race #1 Registration 11:15 a.m. Race Time
11:30 a.m.
* Race #2 Registration 2:.15 p.m. Race Time
2:30 p.m.
* Race #3 Registration 3:15 p.m. Race Time
3:30 p.m.
* Race #4 Registration 4:15 p.m. Race Time
4:30 p.m.
* Race Off for the Grand Title of the World's
Fastest Cooter 5 p.m.
Cooter heats will race until one winner is deter-
mined. At the end of the day the winners of each
of the four races will race off for the grand title
of the "World's Fastest Cooter" and the Cooter
Cup Trophy.
So Cooter Fans get your Cooters...and get ready for
the Great A.m.erican Cooter Race on Saturday,
October 28, 2006. For additional information contact
the City of Inverness Department of Parks and
Recreation at (352) 726-3913.


"Cooter" Handler Rules
1. Once race begins Cooter handlers may not
touch their Cooter. Pushing, pulling or rubbing
one's Cooter will be grounds for disqualification.
2. No drugged Cooters will be allowed to com-
pete. If the judges suspect a Cooter has been
drugged, the responsible parties will be fined, or
better yet, sentenced to clean up the Cooter Race
Track Area after the Race.
3. No foreign substances such as grease or oil can
be placed on one's Cooter to increase its speed.
4. Shouting, yelling, and coaxing one's Cooter
during the race is encouraged.
5. Cooter handlers are required to provide a safe
environment for their Cooters before and after the
race.
6. Cooter handlers found mishandling or mis-
treating their Cooters will automatically be dis-
qualified.
7. Any violations to the Cooter Race Rules will
force the Cooter judges to disqualify the Cooter
Handler from the Race Competition.
8. Decisions of Cooter judges are final and there
are no appeals.


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We couldn't leave out the rest of our vendors. The items or services listed
below don't fit into the food or crafts categories but will be represented at our
festival. Providing information about their business or services are: non profit
pet organizations, voter's registration & election information, financial institu-
tions and planning, Southwest Florida Water Management District, custom cars
& trucks, health and auto insurance, massage therapy, hair wraps, hair braiding,
airbrush body art and tattoos, clowns, balloon designs and face painting.
Also offered are amusement style rides, inflatable games and pony rides.

Transportation & Parking -
New this year. Free parking transportation to and from Liberty Park. There will
be 5 Cooter Stops to assist entrance into the park. Bus route runs approximately -
every 10 minutes. Look for the "Cooter Stop Signs".
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