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Title: Citrus County chronicle
Uniform Title: Citrus County Chronicle
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
Inverness Fla
Publication Date: October 29, 2006
Frequency: daily[<1987-1995>]
weekly[ former <1939-1968>]
semiweekly[ former <1980-1981>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Inverness (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Inverness
Coordinates: 28.839167 x -82.340278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 48, no. 51 (June 8, 1939).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028315
Volume ID: VID00667
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Hernando gets in step with heritage


Residents go back to

country roots at festival

CRISTY LOFTS
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle

In her straw hat and jean shirt, 84-year-old
Eloise Van Ness looked confident and strong
riding her horse, Lady, while helping to herd
cattle across U.S. 41 Saturday morning.
She's been riding horses since she was four
and has seen Citrus County go through many
changes through the decades.
Van Ness was one of a host of
-.a horse-backed riders that made
the fifth annual Southern
Heritage Festival and Cattle
Drive come alive for festivalgo-
ers at the Historic Hernando
School Saturday
"People need to know their
Eloise heritage," Van Ness said. 'And
Van Ness it's fuli for us, too."
has ridden Twenty cattle were driven by
horses for the riders about seven miles
more than with a finale for onlookers as
80 years. the group trekked across U.S. 41
and County Road 486 to the
Historic Hernando School.
Sponsored by the Hernando Heritage
Council of the Citrus County Historic Society,
the Southern Heritage Festival is aimed at
reminding the community about the history of
the area.
Van Ness's daughter, Ginger Jackson Van
Ness, remembers a time before Hernando had a
stoplight and Inverness's Independence
Highway was simply a dirt road. As a child she
went to Hernando School before it was "his-
toric" and has found memories of playing in the
woods surrounding her house.
"I was country when country wasn't cool," she
said.
Her mother remembers when seeing cattle
driven along U.S. 19 and U.S. 41 was a normali-
ty and the entire county was open range for graz-
ing before fencing was added to many farms in
the late 1940s and early 1950s.
Event organizers Chris Dudley, Kathy Shipp
and Kandy Bellamy McPhearson wanted to give
the community a feel of family-friendly, simple


BRIAN LaPETER/Chronicle
Cattle is driven across U.S. 41 Saturday at the fifth annual Southern Heritage Festival and Cattle Drive at the Historic Hernando School. The event,
part of a fundraiser for the historic school, highlights the history of Citrus County,


days where people could gather and simply
visit There was a farm animal petting zoo, old-
fashioned games, vintage cars and tractors,
antique quilts and handmade woven items.
At the Cracker Cafd, many got a true taste of
southern culture with dishes for sale including
Brunswick stew, sweet potato pie, chicken, fried
okra, fried potatoes, black-eyed peas and swamp
cabbage to name a few.
Shipp gave patrons a lesson on the history of
swamp cabbage one of the more unique dish-
es.
"That's what cowboys used to cook over the
campfire," Shipp said.


Using a cabbage palm tree, cowboys would
peel back the layers to get to the bud of the plant
It's then boiled and seasoned with smoked meat
Shipp said living the cowboy lifestyle is
ingrained in her family to this day Her family
has cattle on Shipp Quarters and her sons com-
pete in rodeos.
"That's a way of life that we love and miss,"
Shipp said.

Carly Giddings, 23 months old, admires a goat
in the petting zoo Saturday at the Historic
Hernando School. She is the daughter of Brian
and Melissa Giddings of Inverness.


Hospital, YMCA talk partnership


Advisory group

wants to bring

center to county

JIM HUNTER
jhunter@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
The idea of having a YMCA
in Citrus County has been float-
ed a few times in the past few
decades, but it never went any-
where.
The idea is back again, but
this time in what might prove
to be a more advantageous


form.
Chris Poole is the director of
the Citrus Memorial Health
Foundation Development Of-
fice. She said a year or so ago
she had read an article about a
partnership between a hospital
and a YMCA.
She mentioned it to Citrus
Memorial Health System CEO
Ryan Beaty as a unique idea
that that might be considered
in the future. The future, it
seemed, found her a lot sooner
than she expected.
A significant donor for the
hospital foundation who was in
the process of buying a house
in Citrus County told Pool of
that hospital/YMCA partner-


ship in his area. He loves
YMCAs and had been active in
the YMCA in his neighborhood
growing up, and thought the
idea warranted looking into for
Citrus Memorial.
Pool said an ad hoc commit-
tee of the foundation's advisory
board was formed and began
talking about the idea. They
invited to a meeting a group of
people from the community
they thought might be interest-
ed and helpful in fleshing out
the idea.
That group was very enthusi-
astic, she said.
The good thing is, Pool said,
that the situation could be near
perfect timing for a YMCA-


Citrus Memorial Health
Systems partnership. The foun-
dation has already raised more
than $500,000 of the $1.5 to $2
million for its Family Care
Health & Education Center in
Lecanto at the Allen Ridge
Medical Mall. The emphasis
will be on health and wellness
of the family, she said, which
would be in line with the tradi-
tional physical and spiritual
goals of a YMCA.
As the excitement of the pos-
sibilities began to spread and
some more supporters of the
idea surfaced, the ad hoc group
set another meeting in early
Please see YMCA/Page 5A


Flagler County has success with

YMCA cooperative venture


JIM HUNTER
hunter@
chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Four years ago, the new
Florida Hospital in Palm
Coast in Flagler County
struck up a partnership with
the YMCA
According to YMCA Ex-
ecutive Director Carla
Coscio at that facility, it has
been a very good marriage;
so successful, in fact, that
now the two are looking to
expand facilities and servic-
es only a few years later.


"It's been good for both,"
she said. The hospital loca-
tion is one of a number of
YMCAs in Flagler County.
The way it works is that the
YMCA leases space from the
hospital and houses its pro-
grams and the facility's exer-
cise equipment there.
In the beginning, the hospi-
tal had the capital to buy the
equipment needed, and the
YMCA provided the opera-
tional staff.
Coscio said the hospital
bought about a dozen or
Please see FLAGLER/Page 5A


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Fatal fires in California


Five firefighters are dead after an arsonist
ravages southern California./1OA


Cellular
Charity
Recycled
phones are
playing a crL
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the spread ot
wireless corr
munications
across the
developing
world./1D


Keepsake magazine
arrives Sunday
The Chronicle's
annual
Discover
Citrus
County
magazine
is
included
in subscribers'
papers./Inside


See how the
settlers did It
* The Chinsegut
Nature Center shows
how Florida's pio-
neers lived./3A
* Dunnellon city man-
ager says construc-
tion on Rainbow
River Ranch is in
compliance./3A
* Jim Davis visits
Central Florida in
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Pioneer Day


looks back


at the past


Daylong celebration of

19th century Florida life

Chronicle staff

In celebration of the spirited 19th-century
adventurers who settled Florida, the
Chinsegut Nature Center in Brooksville will
host its 11th annual Pioneer Day Celebration
on Saturday, Nov. 4.
The family-oriented celebration will be a
festive exploration of Florida's cultural and
historical past. Participants will see and
learn how they can continue the conserva-
tion legacy of our ancestors by naturally recy-
cling, composting and making the best use of
native materials and better yet, it's all fun
and games.
There'll be a skillet-throwing contest, kid's
sabck race i.arnd hand-crfriked ice cream'.
Authtlfehf -e-creations of.a; Civil War and
BlaekSeminole camp and the Bishop Family
livinghist6ryMdemonstration will bring to life
the spirit that wat Florida in the 1800s.
The festival will feature demonstrations of
arts and:crafts and other life skills developed
by Florida's early settlers. Festivities will run
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. A suggested donation of
$1 per person helps support Chinsegut pro-
grams, including Pioneer Day.
Visitors will experience the age-old sights,
sounds and smells of early peninsular exis-
tence while listening to live music of the peri-
od. They'll get to ride a horse-drawn wagon,
examine a homemade bow and arrow and
watch demonstrations of turpentine process-
ing, weaving, quilting, spinning, hearth cook-
ing, medicinal remedies and other pioneer
su rvival skills. They'll learn about cider mak-
ing, soap making, basket weaving and butter
churning. The festival also will feature kettle
corn and other period foods.
The center is on land once homesteaded by
the Bishops, an honest-to-goodness pioneer
family, the remnants of whose 19th-century
dwelling still exist on the property.
Lunch and merchandise are available for
purchase from exhibitors. In-service credit is
available for teachers.
For an adventure into history, visit Pioneer
Day at the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission's Chinsegut
Nature Center, 7 miles north of Brooksville, 1
mile'west of U.S. 41 on County Road 476.
Additional parking via a shuttle will be avail-
able at nearby Eden Baptist Church and
Chinsegut Hill Conference Center.
For more information, visit
MyFWC.com/chinsegut or call the Chinsegut
Nature Center at (352) 754-6722.


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County BRIEFS

Fowler to go out
in a blaze of glory
Outgoing Citrus County
Commissioner Jim Fowler is
getting a sendoff in style sort


-- of.
Fowler will be the guest of
S- honor at a testimonial and roast
Friday at the Tuscany on the
Meadows in the Best Western
.- at Citrus Hills.
-Roasters include Sheriff Jeff
.. Dawsy, former County
Administrator Richard Wesch,
Supervisor of Elections Susan
I rs Gill and Chronicle reporter Mike
SWright.
o The master of ceremonies is
--- former commissioner Josh
* -. Wooten.
-- Tickets are $50 per person or
$350 for a table of eight.
Proceeds will benefit the Citrus
Abuse Shelter Agency; Citrus
chapter of the National Alliance
for the Mentally III; and the Key
Training Center.
For reservations, call 527-
4100.
Motorcycle run to
help animal center


Complaints mount after Dunnellon land clearing


City manager disputes claims about illegal

work at Rainbow River Ranch property


JIM HUNTER
jhunter@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle


It was deja vu, all over again, though
this time the Dunnellon city manager
was really '.beginning to lose his
patience
City Manager Ed Ericson on Friday
blasted efforts of what he said was a
continuing, concerted effort to tie up
city administration with complaints
about work on the Rainbow River
Ranch property based on unfounded
accusations.
* Ericson was responding to a
Chronicle question about a formal Oct
18 complaint given the city by Burt Eno,
vice. president of Rainbow River
Conservation Inc.


Ericson said others also had deliv-
ered more complaints about the same
thing to the city, and said he and the city
personnel could not afford to waste any
more of the city's time on the issue.
"It is a campaign. They are not going
to get away with it this time. I'm going
on the offensive," Ericson said.
In his complaint, Eno repeated accu-
sations that the city was not enforcing
its ordinances in relation to what he
alleges is site preparation work on the
property, which has been proposed for
a subdivision.
The land is on the east end of town
along the Rainbow River.
The owner has not yet begun the spe-
cific preliminaries necessary to devel-
op the property, and Ericson noted that


much of the property is-still zoned agri-
cultural.
Eno asked that the city initiate reme-
dial measures and apply violation
penalties to the owner.
Ericson flatly rejected Eno's claims,
saying again that the city has inspected
the property a number of times and has
found no violation of city ordinances or
codes or permits.
In the complaint, Eno repeated alle-
gations of illegal cutting of trees, clear-
cutting and what he termed massive
destruction of habitat.
Ericson said the complaints have
been full of sweeping generalizations
with no specifics. He said, for example,
"What wildlife, what habitat?"
He said the owner had indeed done
work on his property, but it was not ille-
gal.
He noted the complaints have gone to
environmental agencies, even to the
governor, with no results, though he


said he is first concerned with the city's
ordinances which he said would be
vigorously enforced if there was evi-
dence of a violation.
He said again that the city's code
enforcement officer, Ernest Paskey, is
extremely qualified and has inspected
the sites and has found no violations to
date.
Paskey, who Ericson said has a Ph.D.,
a state license in landscape architec-
ture and extensive years experience in
forestry, said Friday the work that has
been done on the property has been
standard forest management practice
and not site preparation work as
alleged.
He said he had not seen any cutting of
cypress trees, as Eno has alleged.
The pruning, selective cutting, under-.
growth clearing and burning of cleared
material was being confused with site
preparation construction, he said,
when it was, in fact, part of healthy
forestry practices.


The Humane Society of
Citrus County will sponsor a
kickoff charity event Sunday,
Nov. 12, to raise funds and
awareness for its new pet adop-
tion center.
The event will take place at
the Citrus County Auditorium on
U.S. 41 (adjacent Inverness
Airport/Citrus County
Fairgrounds).
A benefit motorcycle run,
"Ruff Riders: Ride for Rescue
2006" will begin at 9 a.m., fol-
lowed at noon by a pet-related
expo, "Pet Party Open House."
The expo will feature motor-
cycle and pet-related vendors,
food, music and prize drawings.
The Humane Society of Citrus
County will provide information
about the new pet adoption cen-
ter, membership, goals and
plans, and the need to raise .
,.public awareness about the
plight of animals that are eutha-
nized. The expo is open to the
public and admission is free.
Dogs and other well-behaved
pets on leashes will be wel-
come. Owners must present
current rabies certificates -
ta will ot suffice.
.ider and passenger registra-
s, monetary and prize dona-
tions, co-ponsorships, member-
ship and vendor applications are
being accepted.
For more information, call
Tom and Chris Mastrangelo at
400-2441 or by e-mail at
info@bikerfriendlyrealtor.com.
From staff reports

State BRIEFS

Castro appears on
Cuban television
HAVANA The ailing Fidel
Castro made his first appear-
ance in more than a month
Saturday, walking and defying
recent death rumors in a video
aired on Cuban state television.
The Cuban leader, who tem-
porarily stepped down from
power in July following intestinal
surgery, had not been seen
since mid-September, when
photographs of him receiving
world leaders at a summit in
Havana were released.
He said his recovery would
be prolonged and not without
risk, but that "I am coming along
just as planned."
He called the rumors ridicu-
lous and insulting.
"Let's see what they say
now," he said, holding a copy of
Saturday's edition of Granma,
the Communist Party daily
newspaper.
Airline resumes trips
to the Bahamas
FORT LAUDERDALE -
Nearly one year after a sea-
plane crash killed 20 people,
Chalk's International Airlines
received federal approval to
resume service to the Bahamas
using leased planes that will
land on ground runways.
Chalk's plans to begin flying
to the Bahamas on Nov. 9 on
planes leased from Billings,
Mont.-based Big Sky Airlines,
the company said.
Chalks also announced plans
to lease additional planes.
From wire reports


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Child accidentally starts trailer fire


CRISTY LOFTIS
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle

A child playing with a ciga-
rette lighter started a fire that
burned a travel trailer in
Floral City Friday evening.
According to Citrus County
Fire Rescue Assistant Chief
Patty Jefferson, the fire


occurred at 12080 S. Hewitt
Point At about 5:40 p.m. a visi-
tor at the home noticed smoke
coming from the 30-foot travel
trailer. The trailer was parked
about 35 feet from the house.
The trailer was being used for
storage, according to Jefferson.
While the homeowner was
not home at the time of the fire,
a caretaker watching children


at the home said a 4-year-old
accidentally started the fire in
the travel trailer while playing
with a cigarette lighter, accord-
ing to Jefferson.
No one was injured.
By the time firefighters
reached the fire, the trailer
was fully consumed by flames.
Surrounding brush caught fire,
but firefighters were able to


control the flames before the
home or above ground pool
was damaged.
The trailer was completely
destroyed.
The Citrus County Sheriff's
Office was called to investigate.
Afterwards, firefighters spoke
to the children about the dan-
gers of playing with matches
and lighters, Jefferson said.


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Citrus County Sheriff
DUI arrests
Peter Francis Bornschein,
27, 5333 E. Live Oak, Inverness, at
10:30 p.m. Friday on a charge of
driving under the influence.
Bond was set at $500.
John Paul James, 51, 7338
W. Cheryl, Dunnellon, at 1:10 a.m.
Saturday on a charge of driving
under the influence.
Bond was set at $500.
Kenneth James Miller, 32,
345 S. Otis, Lecanto, at 1:33 a.m.
Saturday on a charge of driving
under the influence.
Bond was set at $1,000.
Other arrests
Haley Elizabeth Nicholson,
20, 3535 S. Southern, Lecanto, at 3
p.m. Friday on a warrant charge of
giving false information to a pawn-
broker.
Bond was set at $14,000.
Tad Jeremy Leach, 34, 7615
W. Narcissus, Homosassa, a:28
p.m. Friday on charges of c6 ct-
ing without a license and unregis-


tered electrical contractor.
Bond was set at $500.
Koty Matthew Hess, 19, 312
S. Seminole, Inverness, at 3:32 a.m.
Saturday on charges of possession
of a controlled substance and drug
paraphernalia.
Bond was set at $5,500.
Troy Andrew Frankart, 19,
4069 S. William, Inverness, at 3:32
a.m. Saturday on charges of pos-
session of 20 grams or less of mari-
juana and possession of drug para-
phernalia.
Bond was set at $1,000.
William A. Collins, 61, 616 W.
Barrymore, Beverly Hills, at 8:35
a.m. Saturday on a charge of
engage of contractor business with-
out a certificate.
Bond was set at $?,000.
Crystal River Police
DUI arrest
Jeffrey Knowles Smith, 48,
302 Indian Forest, Jasper, at 1:58
a.m. Saturday on a charge of driving
under the influence.
Bond was set at $500.


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Continued from Page 1A
November to discuss the idea
further.
Though the discussion is
preliminary, Pool said, it was
hard not to see the idea as a
plus for everyone: the Citrus
Memorial foundation already
has the land for a center, it
has the fundraising mecha-
nism already in place and
working, it appears to have
some interested supporters
and donors, the facility would
be in the middle of the county
equally accessible to all and
the goals of the two groups
complimented each other and
have been shown compatible
in practice.
"It could be a fit," she said.
The group has not contacted
YMCA officials yet, because it
wants to continue developing
the possibilities and consider-
ing the realities of what the
community could and would
support Pool said that when a
community group feels it is
prepared, the first thing YMCA
asks of it is that the community


fund a feasibility study One of
the realities explored in such
is the operating expenses that
must be met and what the com-
munity actually wants in the
facility.
Joan Chipkar is a member of
the ad hoc committee who
most enthusiastically supports
the idea. She said her children
and grandchildren have grown
up utilizing the "Y," as it is pop-
ularly called, and she feels it
would add tremendously to the
county
"It is very exciting," she said
of the possibility of a partner-
ship. "It is such a super idea. It
would just help everything. I
just want to buy a shovel and
get started."
Pool said such a partnership
could serve to get a YMCA
going in the county, most likely
by leasing arrangement.
Eventually, the YMCA would
grow to the point where expan-


sion would be necessary, but
that was a good problem for the
future, she said. "We don't
mind being the catalyst for the
community"
That kind of growth hap-
pened a lot faster than the
YMCA/Florida Hospital part-
nership had expected (see
sidebar), so popular was the
partnership begun in 2002, and
the the partners are now look-
ing at expansion.
"It's still exploratory at this
point," Pool said of the whole
idea, but she admits there is a
lot of excitement about it One
of the things the group needs to
get a feel for is how people in
the community would step for-
ward for the fundraising, she
said.
* It could be pulled off, she
said. "It would be a win/win for
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more cardio exercise machines
and 18 strength machines, as
well as free weights. In addition
to those areas, there are locker
rooms, a cycling room, nursery
and two studios that serve as an
aerobics/dance area and a gen-
eral purpose room.


The YMCA sponsors all sorts
of basic wellness and youth
programs and classes for all
ages, from ballet and tap danc-
ing to karate, Coscio said,
adding that there are about
1,200 members.
The hospital uses the facili-
ty's exercise equipment for
some cardiac rehabilitation
patients and physical therapy,
encouraging patients to contin-
ue after leaving the hospital.


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It also offers hospital and
corporate memberships.
The Flagler YMCA group
has a joining fee ($25 for youth
and $75 for adults), plus offers
various kinds of memberships,
ranging from youth member-
ships ($18 a month) to adults
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6A SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2006


Connie
Beezer, 45
HOMOSASSA
Connie L. Beezer, 45,
Homosassa, died Friday morn-
ing, Oct. 27, 2006, at Seven
Rivers Regional Medical
Center.
She was born Oct 12, 1961, to
Patricia and Howard Beezer in
Punxsutawney, Pa., and came
here five years ago from
Laurel, Md., where she lived
for 40 years.
She is survived by her par-
ents; son, Jericho Lawson of
Homosassa; and her brother,
Gary Beezer of Homosassa.
Private cremation arrange-
ments are under the direction
of Strickland Funeral Home,
Crystal River.
Strickland Funeral Home,
Crystal River.

Vincent Del
Rosso, 88
INVERNESS
Vincent S. Del Rosso, 88,
Inverness, died Thursday, Oct.
26, 2006, at the Arbor Trail
Rehab and
Skilled I
N u rs in g
Center of
Inverness.
A native of
- Philadelphia,
Pa., he was born March 5, 1918,
to Louis and Loretta Del Rosso
and he moved to this area in
1980 from Brooklyn, N.Y.


Mr. Rosso retired as a com-
mercial chauffeur for the City
of New York and for 18 years
worked for
Borden's Dairy
as a route

He served in
the U.S. Army
during World
War II.
He was a -VvX.
member of Our Vincent
Lady of Fatima Del Rosso
Parish, life
member of DAV Post 70, VFW
Post 4337 and the Italian
American Club, where he
called bingo for several years.
His daughter Loretta preced-
ed him in death April 26, 1985.
Survivors include his wife of
64 years, Anna Del Rosso; two
sons, Louis Del Rosso and wife
Angelina of Staten Island, N.Y,
and Anthony Del Rosso and
wife Phyllis of Brooklyn, N.Y;
one daughter, Claire Del Rosso
of Inverness; two sisters, Jean
Cicarelli of West Hempstead,
L.I., N.Y, and Loretta Kirby of
Philadelphia, Pa.; five grand-
children; and six great-grand-
children.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home
With Crematory, Inverness.

Florian
Lemieux, 78
.HOMOSASSA
SPRINGS


Florian
Homosassa


Saturday, Oct. 21, 2006, in
Lecanto.
He was born May 26, 1928, in
Embrun, Ontario, Canada to
Joseph and Emelia (EEriger)
Lemieux. He came here from
Dearborn Heights, Mich. in
1996.
He was a retired plumber of
40 years with the Union Local
98 in Detroit, Mich.
He was a member of the
Knights of Columbus and
Fraternal Order of the Moose.
He enjoyed bowling, cards
and fishing.
He was Catholic.
He was preceded in death by
four brothers; Andre, Leo,
Gerald and Emery Lemieux,
and two sisters, Theresa
Boudeax and Maria Emard.
Survivors include his special
friend, Alice Lemieux, of
Dearborn Heights, Mich.; step-
daughter, Annette Trader of
Dearborn, Mich.; sisters,
Margaret Brisson, Jan Emard,
Clare Desrosiers and Lucien
Forget, all of Embrun, Canada;
niece, Lorraine Tinsley of
Crystal River; four grandchil-
dren; six great-grandchildren;
and many nieces and nephews.
Hooper Funeral Homes,
Homosassa chapel.

Margaret
Phelps, 92
INVERNESS


Margaret Florence rnelps,
Lemieux, 78, 92, Inverness, died Thursday,
Springs, died Oct. 26, 2006, at the Arbor Trail


Nursing & Rehabilitation
Center in Inverness.
Mrs. Phelps was born in New
York City Jan.
23, 1914, to the -1
late Eugene
and Regina .
(Freund) ., d
Berger. She r;
moved here
from Wantagh,
Long Island,
N.Y. in 1965. Margaret
She was a Phelps
homemaker
and long-time member of the
Hernando VEW Post No. 4252
Ladies Auxiliary.
Mrs. Phelps was preceded in
death by her husbands, Joseph
Granchie and Joseph Phelps.
Survivors include two
daughters, Joanne and her hus-
band, Don Hughes of Inverness
and Margaret and her hus-
band, Edwin Brunjes of
Teaneck, N.J.; stepdaughters,
Emerald Nichol of Williston
and Mary Phelps of Florida;
two grandchildren; and four
great-grandchildren.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home
with Crematory, Inverness.

Ann Porcellini, 81
BEVERLY HILLS
Ann Porcellini, 81, Beverly
Hills, died Friday, Oct. 27, 2006,
in Inverness.
She was born Sept. 18, 1925,
to Donald and Elsie
(Margrison) Clark
A native of England, she


moved about two months ago
from Staten Island, N.Y, where
she lived from 1974 to 1984.
She was a
homemaker, . im
but served as
an L.PN. with
Victory
Memorial
Hospital in ;
Brooklyn, N.Y.
She was f
Protestant. Ann
She came to Porcelini
the United
States from England on St.
Patrick's Day in 1946. Mrs.
Porcellini met her husband,
Mario, while she served in the
English Land Army with the
Timber Corp. Mario was sta-
tioned in England during
World War II.
They married in England
and was called Mario's "sou-
venir from the war."
She had a passion for writing
about the various wars and
about freedom. She was a great
chef of all food creations and
enjoyed all types of crafts.
Family members said she
was the grandest wife, mother,
grandmother and great-grand-
mother.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 61 years, Mario
Porcellini of Beverly Hills;
sons, Mario Porcellini and wife
Vivian of Delaware, and
RobertPorcellini and wife Lisa
of Coral Springs; daughters,
Cherie Ann Porcellini of
Delaware, and April Dunlap


and husband John of Staten
Island; 11 grandchildren,
including Dawn Dudine and
husband Peter of Beverly Hills;
10 great-grandchildren; broth-
er, James Clark of Australia; six
in-laws; and many nieces and
nephews.
Fero Funeral Home with
Crematory.
Funeral

NOTICES

Vincent S. Del Rosso. The
Mass of Christian burial for
Vincent S. Del Rosso, age 88, of
Inverness, will be offered at 10
a.m. Monday, Oct. 30,2006, from
Our Lady of Fatima Catholic
Church with Fr. James
Johnson, celebrant. Burial with
military honors will follow in
Oak Ridge Cemetery. Reposing
hours will be on Sunday from 2
to 6 p.m. at the Chas. E. Davis
Funeral Home of Inverness.
Margaret Florence Phelps.
The family will receive friends
from noon to 2 p.m. today at the
Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home
of Inverness. There will be no
funeral services. Following
cremation, inurnment will fol-
low at the Florida National
Cemetery, Bushnell. In lieu of
flowers, memorials are sug-
gested to Hospice of Citrus
County, PO. Box 641270,
Beverly Hills, F1 34464. Chas.
E. Davis Funeral Home with
Crematory, Inverness.


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Chicken dinner
will aid missions
The Crystal River United
Methodist Women will host their
annual chicken dinner from 5 to 7
p.m. Friday, Nov. 10, at the church
at 4801 N. Citrus Ave., Crystal River.
This project will benefit the
group's Mission Fund and local
outreach ministries including the
Key Training Center, scholarships,
Hospice, UMCOR and the church
food pantry.
For dinner reservations, call
Barbara Vest at 563-9892 or pick
up tickets at the church office.
Maryland folks
to meet Nov. 8
The Nature Coast Maryland
Club will meet at noon Wednesday,
Nov. 8, at Peck's Old Port Cove,
139 N. Ozello Trail, Ozello.
Guests are always welcome,
and former Maryland residents are
encouraged to join the club.
Reservations are a must no later
than Wednesday. Call JoAnn at
527-1246.
Catholic women to
stage holiday bazaar
The Council of Catholic Women
at Our Lady of Grace Church plans
its annual Holiday and Craft
Bazaar for 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Friday, Nov. 3, and 9:30 to 11:30
a.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, in the Parish
Life Center on Roosevelt
Boulevard in Beverly Hills.
Christmas items, jewelry, baked
goods, plants, books, toys, knitted
and crocheted articles, collectibles
and white elephant items are some
of the items to be found.
Continental breakfast and lunch will
be available Friday for purchase.
If you need more information,
call 527-2356.
Council plans
membership luncheon
Knights of Columbus Ladies
Auxiliary Council 6168 will meet at
12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 8, at
the Rev. Virgil Power Hall on County
Road 486 in Lecanto.
Please bring in toiletries, foot
powder, socks and T-shirts for the
soliders.
We will have a pizza party at the
meeting. Tickets are $5 per guest.
Call Sonny Hayes at 527-3395 for
tickets.


Flea market
planned at church
The Altar and Rosary Society of
St. John the Baptist Catholic
Church will stage its annual flea
market from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 10 and
11, in Father Stegeman Hall, at
the corner of U.S. 41 and County
Road 40 in Dunnellon.
Hundreds of items will be for
sale, including a boutique table.
Plan to attend this community
event.
Arts, crafts sale
set for Nov. 4
The Christmas Square Arts &
Craft Sale will be from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, at the
Homosassa Lions Dien on County
Road 490. Some inside spaces
are still available, crafters can
call Barbara at 621-7586 for infor-
mation.
Tickets on sale for
New Year's party
Tickets for the New Year's Eve
celebration at the Beverly Hills
Recreation Association, 7 Civic
Circle, are now on sale to mem-
bers for $22.50, tax included, and
to nonmembers for $25, tax includ-
ed. Tickets will be limited, and all
seats will be reserved.
Last day for ticket sales is Dec.
22.
Doors will open at 8 p.m., with a
social time from 8:30 to 9. Dancing
will be to the music of The
Suncoast Sounds from 9 to 12:30,
and champagne will be served at
midnight.
With the busy holiday season
just ahead, it is not too early to
make plans for this popular event.
For further information, call 746-
4882.
County Lions plan
roaring good time
Citrus County Lions are on the
prowl. They are having a takeoff
event for Campaign SightFirst II
from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday,.
Nov. 18 at the at the Crystal River
Mal. All six Lions Clubs in Citrus
County will have various fundrais-
ers, and will host a variety of
entertainment for the Whole family.
Performers include Debbie Cole's
School of Dance, Catherine
Sylvester, Sandy Brown, and Paul
Silvio. There will also be clowns,


raffles, and a host of information
for attendees. The Citrus County
Sheriff's Department will be on
hand to provide the File of Life
and discuss Internet safety for
children.
Campaign SightFirst II aims to
contain and eliminate the leading
causes of avoidable blindness,
combat emerging threats to sight,
and provide vision for all through
research, rehabilitation, and out-
reach to vulnerable populations.
Visit the Web site at www.lions-
csfii.org or contact Lions Mary at
341-2063 or Karen at 270-2830.
Share package
signup is Nov. 2
Sign-up for the November Share
package will be from 1 to 2:30
p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2 at Our Lady
of Grace Parish Life Center, 6
Roosevelt Boulevard, Beverly
Hills.
The distribution is from 10 to 11
a.m. Nov. 18 at Our Lady of
Grace Parish Life Center. The
Basic or Select packages cost $18
(cash or food stamps), plus two
hours of volunteer service. For
information, call Anna at 527-2381,
Jo at 563-5848 or Peggy at 746-
7942.
Chorus readies
for next concert
The Chorus of the Highlands
(Barbershoppers) is beginning to
prepare for its next concert at the
Curtis Peterson Auditorium in
Lecanto. There still are a limited
number of openings available for
male singers.
Learning tapes or CDs are
available for all songs in the
repertoire. If you're not sure of the
part you sing, come in and our
experts will check you out and fit
you into the right spot in the cho-
rus. Now is an opportune time to
join, just as we are starting to
rehearse the new material.
Come and visit us during our
routine 6:30 Tuesday night prac-
tice at the First United Methodist
Church of Inverness. From the
Applebee's intersection of State
Road 44, head south on County
Road 581 for about three miles
and turn ir when you see the
church sign on the right.
Call Will Sill at 341-0684 or
Don Bunn at 533-3027.


Sertoma fall district
conference slated
A combined fall district confer-
ence for Sertoma districts is sched-
uled for Nov. 17 and 18 at the
Comfort Inn Conference Center at
Busch Boulevard and Interstate
275 in Tampa.
Organizers have arranged for a
rate of $69 per night; mention that
you are attending this conference
when you make reservations.
Phone (813) 933-4011 for room
reservations.
The registration fee for confer-
ence and meals is $50. Fee for
general meeting and training ses-
sions only is $15.
The Tampa Bay District and
Sertoma Gov. Jesse Brown, (813)
935-0711, will act as host for this
joint conference. Clubs should sub-
mit registrations and fees to Max
Southers, secretary-treasurer,
(813) 932-0169, not later than
Monday, Nov. 13.
The international director for the
Southeastern region, John Keer,
will attend this conference. A meet-
ing of district governors for the
Southeast region will occur concur-
rent with the conference.
Information and training for the
conference will include: Sertoma
Foundation, Camp Endeavor,
youth ranch, club- and member-
ship building, SAFE-EARS, Bolesta
Center and the upcoming regional
convention/cruise.


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Women's club
plans open house
The Beverly Hills Women's
Club plans an open house in an
effort to attract homebuyers to
the Boys & Girls Clubs
Fundraiser Spec House at 1175
Buttonbush Drive in Beverly
Hills. The home, a three-bed-
room, two-bath house, is ready
for occupancy. Potential buyers
must meet income guideline cri-
teria.
Proceeds from the sale of the
home will be used to assist in
the cost of constructing the new
Boys & Girls Clubhouse in
Beverly Hills, set to open in
January 2008.
The open house event will
run from noon to 4 p.m. today at
1175 Buttonbush Drive in
Beverly Hills.
Call 621-9225.
Citrus Springs seeks
parade participants
Citrus County Parks and
Recreation and the Citrus
Springs Youth Committee are
actively seeking participants for
the annual Citrus Springs
Holiday Parade. This year's
theme is "Tropical Christmas."
It will be Sunday, Dec. 10.
Staging will begin at 1 p.m. next
to the fountain, with the parade
starting at 2 p.m. The parade
will end at the Wesley Jones
Park on Citrus Springs
Boulevard.
The youth committee is look-
ing for community groups,
organizations and business
enterprises from around the
county. Participation is free. For
an entry form, call the Parks
and Recreation office at (352)
527-7677.
Come test your
Scrabble skills
The Citrus County Scrabble
Club is an official club (Chapter
644) under the National
Scrabble Association. Its direc-
tor, Debi Gavin, is pleased to
announce that membership con-
tinues to grow and wants to wel-
come new members to join this
fun group. Test your skills and
meet lots of people who enjoy
the challenges of playing
Scrabble.
Sponsored by Barrier Free
America, the club meets on the
second and fourth Thursdays
monthly at the Homosassa
Lions Club.
For more information, call
Debi Gavin at 746-3746 or Alma
Warren at 628-5401.
Haunted autumn
festival at Avante'
Avante' at Inverness presents
a safe "trick or treat" event for
the local children from approxi-
mately 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Parents and their children are
welcome to come meet the staff
and residents and add Avante'
to their trick or treating stops.
There will be free treats for the
children. Hot dogs, soda, chips
and popcorn will be on sale.
Avante' at Inverness is at 304
S. Citrus Ave. Call 726-3141.
Voices wanted
for singing tree
You used to have to go to
Orlando to see the Singing
Christmas Trees. Now, in the
tradition of Christmas at Radio
City Music Hall and the great
Broadway musicals of New York'
City, we are making our own tra-
dition here in Crystal River with
the Singing Christmas Tree.
If you enjoy singing both
sacred and secular Christmas
music in Broadway musical
style, come join the choirs of
First Baptist Church of Crystal
River as we present the Living
Christmas Tree to our communi-
ty, Dec. 3,6, 9,10 and 11. Call
Chuck Cooley at 795-3367.
Pupils to attend
Mass as saints
Pupils from Pope John Paul II
Catholic School's second-grade
class will attend the 8:30 a.m.
parish Mass on Nov. 1 at St.
Scholastica Church, dressed as
saints. Nov. 1 is All Saint's Day.
The pupils have each chosen


a saint to report on and dress
up as. Students will march in to
Mass to the tune of "When the
Saints Go Marching in."
Call Isabelle Whitley at 746-
2020 or e-mail
iwhitley@pjp2.net.


SVolunteer, help youths


Adults in many areas ofexpertise needed


Special to the Chronicle


The Community Learning Center of
Citrus County Inc. is a not-for-profit organ-
ization which offers assistance to the chil-
dren and adults of our community.
Children ages 5 to 18 attend the center
after school for homework assistance, one-
on-one tutoring, computer training, spe-
cialized academic lessons and guided
social interaction. It also provides assis-


tance for AR reading, FCAT practice and
more.
In addition to the after-school program,
the center offers adult literacy and GED
classes this fall.
Retired teachers and others experi-
enced in arts and crafts, computers, cleri-
cal, fundraising or any area of expertise
are needed.
Volunteers are needed to help teach
subjects such as cooking, science projects,


homework assistance, gardening, volley-
ball, basketball, step dancing, bowling,
tennis, drama and other subjects.
Adults interested in sharing their tal-
ents, knowledge and experience to help
the youths of our community excel aca-
demically and learn creativity are encour-
aged to help with the community learning
center's after-school adventures program,
from 2 to 6 p.m. weekdays at the Historic
Hernando School.
For information, call Diane Alexander
at 560-0000, or write to her at PO. Box 673,
Hernando, FL 34442.


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of Lhasa, the capital of Tibet. Today, the Tibetans are
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A.D., and reconstruction was done in 1645 after most of the structure was destroyed by war and lightning. The palace became
the chief residence of the Dalai Lama in the middle of the 7th century.

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Fly-in, car show slated for Nov. 4


Special to the Chronicle


The Florida Division-Yankee
Air Force will host a PBY
Catalina Fly-In and Car Show
the weekend of Nov. 4. They
are bringing a PBY Catalina
Flying Boat to the Dunnellon
Airport on Friday, Nov. 3.
The Catalina was used as a
patrol bomber, target acquisi-
tion, and among other duties,


picked up downed pilots in the
Pacific Ocean 'during World
War II. It will be at the airport
until Sunday afternoon, Nov. 5.
It will be on display Friday,
Saturday and Sunday.
The PBY will offer rides for
$350. It is one.of only five that
are currently flying in the
United States.
On Saturday, Nov. 4, there
will be a car show at the airport


behind Yankee Air Force
hangar. Gates open at 9 a.m.
and trophies will be awarded
at 3 p.m. Preregistration for the
car show is $12 (through today)
and registration is $15 on the
day of the car show. Cars eligi-
ble to participate must be 1986
models or older. Proceeds ben-
efit the YAF Museum's 3/4-
scale P-51 project.
The Florida Division-Yankee


Air Force is a 501(c)-3 organiza-
tion, all donations are tax
deductible.
A Fly-In will be held
Saturday and Sunday in con-
junction with the car show on
Saturday with antique, classic
and old military warbirds
attending.
For information or reserva-
tions for PBY Catalina rides,
call (352) 465-0727.


Club plans

fair, bake sale

Special to the Chronicle
Walden Woods Social Club
will stage its annual craft fair
and bake sale from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, at
Walden Woods, U.S. 19 north.
The public is invited to come
early and do Christmas shop-
ping. In addition to many craft
items, the men and women
have been busy in the kitchen,
and many baked treats will be
for sale. Hot dogs will be avail-
able for lunch.
For information, call 382-
3540.


News NOTES

Lions craft fair
coming up Nov. 4
Beverly Hills Lions
Foundation will host its eighth
annual Craft Fair from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, at 72
Civic Circle, the "Lions Den."
The fee is $20 per space. You
may use your own tables and
coverings of your choice, if you
wish. A table and two chairs will
be provided, if needed.
This will be a mostly indoor
fair on a first-come, first-served
basis. If you prefer "outdoors,"
make sure you request it and
are prepared for inclement
weather.
Local craftsmen, hobbyists
and artists can show their prod-
ucts under one roof, just in time
for the holiday season. It's a
good buyer's show!
This event is being co-spon-
sored by the Chronicle. For
additional information and forms
to request space, call Lion Janet
Mize at 527-0962.
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 to SBlackburn@
chronicleonline.com.
Church men's group
plans breakfast
Our Lady of Grace Men's
Club meets the second Monday
of each month at 1:30 p.m. The
next meeting is Nov. 13. All
church men are urged to join to
help the pastor and let him know
we are behind him. We need
and want your input to improve
our club and parish.
The club will sponsor its
annual breakfast from 8 a.m. to
noon today. Tickets can be pur-
chased from any member, or at
the parish office for $4 in ,,
advance or $5 at the door:
Menu is scrambled eggs,, hash
browns, sausage, .biscuits,
orange juice and coffee: For
more information, call Al Hayes
at 527-3395.
School council to
host Fall Festival
Crystal River Middle Scool
Parent Council will host its first
Fall Festival and Haunted
House from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday
in the middle school cafeteria.
The event is open to the pub-
lic all ages; $5 admission, $3
if in costume. Haunted House is
$1. All games are free.
Food will be available and
there will be a costume contest.
Call 270-3625 for more informa-
tion.
Knights dance each
Sunday night
Knights of Columbus Council
6168 on County Road 486, one
mile east of 491, holds dances
every Sunday night at its hall. All
are welcome.
Dance to a live band from 7
to 10 p.m.
Doors open at 6:30; admis-
sion is $5 per person. There are
five singles tables for easy intro-
ductions, free coffee and ice -
soft drinks are available.
There are tables for groups,
and anniversaries given special
attention. We have a large, well-
lit parking area.
All are welcome. For informa-
tion, call Frank at 746-5995,
Chet at 344-2603 or Paul at
527-0124.


Pet SPOTLIGHT

Princess pug


Special to the Chronicle
Maya, an 11-month-old pug,
was resplendent as a fairy
princess recently during her
appearance at the Scarecrow
Festival. Maya lives with
Elaine Diesing of Pine Ridge.


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Artist donates to help artists
f .' -Ardis Hudson, a member of
the Art Center of Citrus
County, is an accomplished
portrait artist. She is
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y !g' t -twice weekly live models
,,. ,available to all members.
As a supporter of the
Art C itT center's benefits, Hudson
recently donated $1,000 to
jfrd .e O ,, ...J the Art & Education
Building Fund.
A 'i P" lHoward Harrison,
-. -.. -.. vice president for the visual
arts, accepted the
j donation on behalf of the
Art Center.
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VETERANS


Veterans


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.
Eugene Quinn VFW Post
4337 and Ladies Auxiliary, 906 E.
State Road 44, Inverness; tele-
phone 344-3495; fax 344-3514,
announce daily activities schedule
for the week of Oct. 29 to Nov. 4:
Today: Pool Tourney 2 p.m.; Wild
Willy Karaoke 5 to 9 p.m.
Monday: Bar Bingo 3 p.m.
Tuesday: Chicken wings by
Ellen three for $1 from 4:30 to 7:30
p.m. There will be a Halloween
party starting at 7 p.m. Costumes
are appreciated but optional. There
will be cash prizes given for best
costumes. There will be games
and a cakewalk with prizes. Also
there will be a jail so you can have
your best friend or enemy locked
up. There will be karaoke with Wild
Willy.
Wednesday: Ladies Auxiliary bar
bingo 6 p.m.
Thursday: Bar bingo 3 p.m.
Friday: AYCE Fish Fry (Southern
fried chicken available) 4:30 to 7
p.m.; Debi G. Karaoke Contest
Finals, winner announced 7 p.m.
Saturday: Sundown entertain-
ment; Meatloaf dinner $6.50, at 5
p.m.
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. Cost of tickets $12.
No carryouts will be available.
Telephone number (352) 465-4864.
Dinners will be served at the
VFW Edward W. Penno post 4864
starting at 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 3,
ham; Friday, Nov. 10, country style
ribs; Friday, Nov. 17, roast beef
and Friday, Nov. 24, roast pork.
Breakfast will be served every
Saturday morning starting at 8 a.m.
On Saturday, Nov. 4, the Ladies
Auxiliary to Edward W. Penno Post
4864 will be participating at the
Crystal River Mall for Veterans
Appreciation Week.
Shuffleboard meets every


Wednesday evening starting at 7.
Bingo every Tuesday at 1 p.m.
VFW Edward W. Penno Post
4864 is located 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: Meatloaf dinner
with dessert $6.25, served 4:30 to
7:30 p.m. All dinners open to the
public. Nonsmoking section avail-
able.
Friday: AYCE Fish, (fried, black-
ened or baked) or three-piece fried
chicken dinner, $6.75, served 4:30
to 7:30 p.m. Karaoke with Jannie
Faye from 7 to 11.
Saturday: Prime rib or coconut
shrimp dinner with dessert $9,
served 5 to 7:30 p.m.
The post Honor Guard is avail-
able for veterans' services with mili-
tary honors at the National
Cemetery in Bushnell, local
chapels and cemeteries. Call
Commander Shaw.
VFW and Ladies Auxiliary meet
at 7:30 p.m. the first Thursday
monthly. Men's Auxiliary meets at 7
p.m. the second Thursday monthly.
Eligible to became a member of
the VFW? Call the post for details.
The post has a loan closet for
veterans who need crutches, walk-
ers, wheelchairs and canes.
VFW is an option for those who
have a community service obliga-
tion.
VFW Post 7122 is at 8191 S.
Florida Ave. in Floral City. Phone:
637-0100.
VFW Post 4252 and the
Ladies Auxiliary in Hemando on
State Road 200 will serve dinner
from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Friday for a
$6.50 donation. Music 6:30 to
10:30.
Post has bar bingo at 2 p.m.
Sunday. Ladies Auxiliary hosts
bingo at 10:30 a.m. Saturday.
Food available. Poppy sales con-
tinue today.
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.
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.
Dues and cancer insurance can
now be paid.
Call Commander Bob Prive or
Judy Prive auxiliary president for
information at 726-3339. Send e-


mail to
VFW4252@tampabay.rr.com
American Legion Post 155,
Crystal River, serves breakfast
from 8:30 to 11 a.m. Sunday, $4.
Free pool every Sunday.
Dart Tournaments at 4 p.m.
Sunday, Aug. 13 and 27.
Lunch specials Monday through
Thursday.
Bar bingo 2-5 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursdays.
Spaghetti dinner 5-7 p.m. every
Wednesday.
Live entertainment in the lounge
from 6 to 9 p.m. every Friday.
Pool tournament at 2 p.m. every
Saturday.

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. All dinners run from 4:30
to 6:30 p.m.
The post offers 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.
N 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 touma-
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.
Gilley-Long-Osteen VFW
Post 8698, 520 Highway 40 East,
Inglis, is having a deep fried turkey
dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday,
Nov. 4, with mashed potatoes,
gravy, dressing, creamed corn,
fruit, rolls and coffee. Price will be
$6 per plate. Smoke-free dining.
To-go orders welcome. More infor-
mation, call 447-3495.
We now have bar bingo from 2
to 5 p.m. every Saturday. Members
and their guests welcome.
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.
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.
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 from
1950 to 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 asso-
ciate members. 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 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


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Once again, The Golden Corral
Restaurant at 2605 E. Gulf to Lake
Highway in Inverness is having its
annual Military Appreciation Day.
For everything you've given us,
we'd like to give a little back. So on
Monday, Nov. 13, Golden Corral is
offering a free dinner buffet to all
U.S. veterans and active duty mili-
tary from 5 to 9 p.m. Dine-in only.
Disabled American Veterans will
be the beneficiary of any dona-
tions. Representatives will be on
site.
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.
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.
Military Order of Devil Dogs
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.
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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.)
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post at (352) 489-1772.
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third Thursday monthly at the DAV
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and U.S. 41 North, Inverness. Call
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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.
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the VFW Post 10087 in Beverly
Hills. The Military Ball will be on
Nov. 11 and is expected to be
another sellout, so get your tickets
early. For information about the
Marine Corps League or the
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after 4 p.m. or Ralph at 726-7836.

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The Newport Dealeys (USS
Cromwell (DE-1014); USS Dealey
(DE-1006); USS John Willis (DE-
1027); USS Van Voorhis (DE-
1028); USS Lester (DE-1022);
USS Hartley (DE-1029); USS
Joseph K Taussig (DE-1030); USS
Courtney (DE-1021); USS
Hammerberg (DE-1015) plan their
next reunion Sept 2007 in
Philadelphia, PA. If you served on
board any of the Dealey-Class DEs
out of Newport, contact Jerry
Skorch at 810 Quail Road, Marlton,
NJ 08053; Phone: (856) 810-2568;
e-mail: jpskorch@hotmail.com.
Web: www.newportdealeys.org.
The former crewmembers of
the USS Amphion (AR-13) will be
meeting for their next reunion April
26-29, 2007, in Seekonk, Mass.
(Fall River, Mass.). If you served
aboard the Amphion, contact Lloyd
Stagg, 7407 Lillie Ln, Pensacola,
FL 32526; Phone: (850) 944-3302;
e-mail: ltstagg@msn.com; Web:
www.mlrsinc.com/amphion.
The former crewmen of the
USS Arcadia (AD-23) plan their
next reunion April 26-29, 2007, in
Seekonk, Mass. (Fall River,
Mass.). Anyone interested in
attending, or getting his name
added to the mailing list is asked to
contact USS Arcadia Reunion, P.O.
Drawer 11399, Hickory, NC 28603.
Phone number (828) 256-6008; e-
mail: mcaanreunion@yahoo.com;
Web: www.mlrsinc.com/arcadia.


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The crew of the USS Bowen
(FF-1079) have worked hard to put
together a reunion for anyone who
served aboard. The reunion is
planned for June 2007 in St Louis,
Mo. If you served on the Bowen,
contact Ricky Burke at 925 Charter
Club Drive, Lawrenceville, GA
30043; by phone at (770) 338-
1069 or by e-mail at
ricky_burke@hsb.com. The ship's
Web site is www.ussbowen.com
and the reunion's Web site is
www.mlrsinc.com/bowen.
The next reunion of the USS
Bradley (DE/FF-1041) will be held
Nov 9-12, 2006 in Charleston, SC.
The association is eagerly search-
ing for former crewmembers. If you
served aboard the Bradley, contact
Bruce Gottsch at 20 Crambrook
Road, New City, INY 10956-4702.
Phone: (845) 634-3993; e-mail
bgottsch@optonliine.net; ship's
Web site: www.ussbradley.com;
reunion Web site:
www.mlrsinc.com/Bradley.
The former crewmen of the
USS Cadmus (AR-14) plan their
next reunion April 26-29, 2007, in
Seekonk, Mass. Anyone interested
in attending, or getting his name
added to the mailing list is asked to
contact Robert E. Baschmann,
11231 Bullis Road, Marilla, NY
14102. Phone (716) 655-5415. E-
mail: mcaanreunion@yahoo.com;
Web: www.mlrsinc.com/cadmus.
The Coast Guard and Navy


crewmen of the USS Cambria
(APA-36) will hold their next
reunion April 2007 in Milwaukee,
Wis. If you were a crewman of the
USS Cambria, contact David Stoll.
His address is 820 Carnation
Drive, Wapakoneta, OH 45895.
Telephone number is (419) 738-
3786. He may also be reached by
e-mail at destoll@bright.net;
Reunion Web Site:
www.mlrsinc.com/cambria.
The USS Courtney (DE-1021)
plan their next reunion Sept 2007
in Philadelphia, PA. If you served
on board any of the Dealey-Class
DEs out of Newport, contact Jerry
Skorch at 810 Quail Road, Marlton,
NJ 08053; Phone: (856) 810-2568;
e-mail: jpskorch@hotmail.com. The
ship's Web site is www.newport-
dealeys.org. The reunion Web site
is www.mlrsinc.com/courtney.
The USS Cromwell (DE-1014)
plan their next reunion September
2007 in Philadelphia, Pa. If you
served on board any of the Dealey-
Class DEs out of Newport, contact
Jerry Skorch at 810 Quail Road,
Mariton, NJ 08053; Phone: (856)
810-2568; e-mail: jpskorch@hot-
mail.com; ship Web site: www.new-
portdealeys.org; reunion Web site:
www.mlrsinc.com/Cromwell.
The USS Dealey (DE-1006)
plan their next reunion September
2007 in Philadelphia, Pa. If you
served on board any of the Dealey-
Class DEs out of Newport, contact


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portdealeys.org; reunion Web site:
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Former crewmen from the
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in San Diego, Calif. If you served
on this vessel, contact Harry
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Phone: (641) 524-2811. e-mail:
Hkalbach@netins.net. Web:
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Former crewmembers of the
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next reunion in September 2007 in
Milwaukee, Wis. If you served
aboard the Griggs and are not on
the Griggs Reunion Mailing List,
contact Charles Forshee, 123
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mail: ctforshee@lexcominc.net
reunion Web site:
www.mlrsinc.com/griggs.
Former crewmembers of the
USS Grundy (APA-111) plan their
next reunion in September 2007 in
Milwaukee, Wis. If you served
aboard the Grundy and are not on
the Grundy Reunion Mailing List,
contact Fenwick Watts, 114 Grand
Chase Drive, Nederland TX 77627;
Phone: (409) 724-6464; e-mail:
ctforshee@lexcominc.net; Web
Site: www.mlrsinc.com/grundy.
The crewmembers from the
USS Gurke (DD-783) will hold their
next reunion April 19-22, 2007, in
Colorado Springs, Colo. Any former
crewmember or officer who is not
already on the mailing list is asked
to contact Thomas Stephenson,
2030 Lockwood Drive, San Jose,
CA 95132. Phone: (408) 263-2836;
e-mail: dd783_reunion@tstephen-
son.com; Web: www.ussgurke.org.
The crewmembers from USS
Hartley (DE-1029) plan their next
reunion September 2007 in
Philadelphia, Pa. If you served on
board any of the Dealey-Class DEs
out of Newport, contact Jerry
Skorch at 810 Quail Road, Marlton,
NJ 08053; Phone: (856) 810-2568;
e-mail: jpskorch@hotmail.com;


ship Web site: www.newport-
dealeys.org; reunion Web site:
www.mlrsinc.com/Hartley.
The crewmen of the USS
Huntington (CL-107) plan their next
reunion September 2007 in
Milwaukee, Wis. Contact Gene
Volcik, 6311 Walnut Hills Drive,
Austin, TX 78723. Phone: (512)
926-7008. e-mail:
evolcik@aol.com; Web:
www.mlrsinc.com/Huntington.
The USS John Willis (DE-
1027) plan their next reunion
September 2007 in Philadelphia,
PA. If you served on board any of
the Dealey-Class DEs out of
Newport, contact Jerry Skorch at
810 Quail Road, Marlton, NJ
08053; Phone: 856-810-2568; e-
mail: jpskorch@hotmail.com; Web
site: www.newportdealeys.org;
reunion Web site:
www.mlrsinc.com/johnwillis.
The USS Joseph K Taussig
(DE-1030) plan their next reunion
September 2007 in Philadelphia,
PA. If you served on board any of
the Dealey-Class DEs out of
Newport, contact Jerry Skorch at
810 Quail Road, Marlton, NJ
08053; Phone: (856) 810-2568; e-
mail: jpskorch@hotmail.com;
reunion Web site:
www.mlrsinc.com/jktaussig.


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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Monday: Breakfast Chicken
breakfast patty, cereals, yogurt,
mixed fruit, toast, milk variety,
orange juice.
Lunch Cheese pizza round,
chicken nuggets, salad shaker,
garden salad, carrots, turnip
greens, orange, crackers, milk and
juice variety.
Tuesday: Breakfast Cheese
toast, oatmeal, apple slices, tater
tots, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Tacos, chicken and
noodles, vegetarian plate, pretzel,
garden salad, green beans, black-
eyed peas, grapes, milk and juice
variety.
Wednesday: Breakfast-
French toast, mini loaf, yogurt,
pineapple, milk variety, orange
juice.
Lunch Bean weenies, salad
shaker, Salisbury steak with gravy,
rice with gravy, garden salad, corn,
pineapple, cornbread, crackers,
milk and juice variety.
Thursday: Breakfast Sweet
potato muffin, scrambled eggs with
cheese, peaches, tater tots, milk
variety, orange juice.
Lunch Spaghetti, turkey wrap,
vegetarian plate, pretzel, garden
salad, peas, spice bar, roll, peach-
es, milk and juice variety.
Friday: Breakfast Cheese
grits, ham slice, applesauce, toast,
milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Barbecued rib hoagie,
burrito, salad shaker, baked french
fries, baked beans, peas and car-
rots, garden salad, orange, crack-
ers, milk and juice variety.
MIDDLE SCHOOL
Monday: Breakfast Bagelers,
cereals, peaches, toast, tater tots,
milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Hot dog on bun, ravioli
with meat sauce, tuna salad plate,
crackers, garden salad, turnip
greens, french fries, baked beans,
fresh fruit, mixed fruit, milk and
juice variety.
Tuesday: Breakfast Breakfast
sausage pizza, sausage biscuit,
cereals, applesauce, toast, tater
tots, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Tacos, macaroni and
cheese with ham, chef salad plate,
crackers, garden salad, green
beans, black-eyed peas, peas and
carrots, fresh fruit, apple crisp, milk
and juice variety.
Wednesday: Breakfast -Sliced
ham with grits, scrambled eggs
with cheese, cereals, mixed fruit,
toast, tater tots, milk variety,
orange juice.
Lunch Chris P Chicken bites,
burrito combo, turkey salad plate,
pretzel, scalloped potatoes, garden
salad, Italian vegetable blend,
corn, freshfruit, pineapple, milk
and juice variety.
Thursday: Breakfast Sweet
potato muffin, cheese toast, cere-
als, orange, toast, tater tots, milk
variety, orange juice.
Lunch Turkey wrap, meatloaf,
breaded chicken salad plate,
mashed potatoes with gravy, gar-
den salad, carrots, fresh fruit,
applesauce, spice bar, pretzel rod,
milk and juice variety.
Friday: Breakfast Ham and
cheese toast, cheese grits, cereals,
pineapple, tater tots, milk variety,


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orange juice.
Lunch Pepperoni pizza, corn
dog, garden salad, peas, fresh
fruit, peaches, gelatin, 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 Country fried steak
with gravy, rice with gravy, cab-
bage, roll, fresh fruit, peach crisp,
pizza, salad bar, hamburger and
hoagie bars, french fries, milk.
Tuesday: Breakfast Ham and
cheese toast, oatmeal, cereal, bis-
cuit and gravy, doughnut, sweet
potato muffin, toast, peaches, tater
tots, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Chicken and rice,
Calif. Normandy vegetable blend,
peas, roll, fresh fruit, 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 Beef-a-roni, green
beans, corn, fresh fruit, peaches,
roll, 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 Chicken pot pie, turnip
greens, corn, fresh fruit, spice bar,
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 Lasagna, black-eyed
peas, broccoli, pasta salad, fresh
fruit, pears, pizza, salad bar, ham-
burger and hoagie bars, french
fries, milk.
Menus are subject to change
without notice.
CONGREGATE DINING
Monday: Chicken marsala over
rice pilaf, carrots, broccoli salad,
whole wheat bread with margarine,
mixed fruit cup, low-fat milk.
Tuesday: Halloween: celebration
Meatloaf with mushroom gravy,
lyonaise potatoes, mixed vegeta-
bles, whole wheat bread with mar-
garine, pumpkin face cookie, low-
fat milk.
Wednesday: Barbecued pork
riblet, seasoned black-eyed peas,
spinach with onion, homestyle bis-
cuit with margarine, oatmeal cook-
ie, low-fat milk.
Thursday: Stuffed chicken
breast, seasoned black beans,
Spanish stewed tomatoes, whole
wheat bread with margarine, fresh
orange, low-fat milk.
Friday: Sliced turkey ham and
sliced cheese, whole wheat bread,
three bean salad, dill potato salad,
fresh banana, low-fat milk.
Congregate dining sites include:
Lecanto, East Citrus, Crystal River,
Homosassa Springs, Inverness
and South Dunnellon. For informa-
tion, call 795-6264.


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a 'fine' city


Well, it's time again for our
youngsters and adults to cele-
brate Halloween. It's fun time
for everyone, particularly to
see the little ones looking so
cute in their cos-
tumes.
This reminds me
of my two trips to -,
Singapore. The first I'
trip was with other -
travel agents and I ,
just ate up every- ,
thing, because the
sights we saw and
experienced were
awesome. Anne
The city, MEM
Singapore, in itself OF A T
is a beautiful city, so
clean, and people COUN!
endeavor to keep it
that way, particularly with
"fines" publicized; but it
works.
Well, on the first trip, our
guide told us we would have
breakfast with an orangutan at
the zoo.
After the announcement,
there was a roar of laughter
and comments ... "yeah, a guy
dressed in a Halloween cos-
tume" ... "will we be eating the
same breakfast?" ... "how cre-
ative can you get?"
Well, it was time for break-
fast and we eagerly anticipated
the show ... we still were con-
vinced this was a big joke.
We ate our breakfast with
additional comments, "eat
well, this may be our last
meal," etc.
Well, finally we observed the
caretaker bringing in an ani-
mal on a leash. He sat down
with the animal who began to
eat his breakfast from an
arranged plate of fruit
We still were not convinced
that this was a real animal,
until he opened his mouth and
we saw his huge teeth, looked
at his long arms and we finally
gave in ... this was a true
orangutan.
Cameras snapped all over
the place. We all had our pic-
ture taken sitting at the table
with the orangutan.
I finally decided to take a
,group to the Far East, and gave
them the same spiel about hav-
ing breakfast with an orang-


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utan, and received the same
comments. I said nothing but
smiled and awaited the ani-
mal's appearance. Again, the
same reaction as the travel
agents had.
The orangutan
sat at the table and
started eating his
Huge plate of food
S- when the caretaker
.* J asked if anyone
.. : would like to have
I their picture taken
with the animal.
- m Everyone de-
'usillo lined and pushed
OIRS me to have mine
RAVEIL taken.
REAVEL With a great flair
ELOR of expressing that I
was scared to do it
(although I had already had the
experience), I carried on that I
was doing it for them.
The travelers waited with
their cameras ready.
I sat down next to him. He
offered me a piece of kiwi
fruit, which I gave back to him
with a smile.
While he was chomping
down, I ran my hand lightly
down his furred back. It felt
like thin wires.
He then turned to face me
with a broad smile. My group
were finally convinced that no
human being has such huge
gums and teeth, and were
finally convinced it was an ape.
The breakfast ended with
everyone taking the seat next
to him and having their photo
taken with the animal. I really
think he enjoyed his celebrity
status:,
Everyone enjoyed this expe-
rience and still talks about it
When we came home, the
photo found itself with the sou-
venir gifts they brought and
tell this story to all their
friefids.
It was fun listening to them
narrate this experience it
got better every time.
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Anne Fusillo and her husband
Frank, ot\ned a travel agency
in Wheaton. Ill.. tbr 17years..
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her a call at 564-9552


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Lang-Swift

Meghan Amy Lang and
Michael Dean Swift, both resi-
dents of Melbourne, were unit-
ed in marriage at 5:30 p.m.
Saturday, Oct 7, 2006, at the
Southern Woods Country Club :
in Homosassa. Chaplain Sal
Viglione from The Wedding
Chapel in Inverness per-
formed the traditional
Christian service.
The bride is the daughter of
William and Marjorie Lang of
Homosassa.
The groom is the son of
Charles and Nancy Swift of
Holly Hill.
Best man was Steve Lacy,
maid of honor was Kelly
Waldeck, groomsman was
Matthew Oliver and brides-
maid was Kelley Paul.


Onorato-DeLaPaz


Leticia Onorato and
Christopher DeLaPaz were
united in marriage Saturday,
Sept. 2, 2006, at the First
Presbyterian Church. Pastor
Ronnie Reid performed the
service.
The bride is the daughter of
Paul and LeVonne Onorato of
Homosassa.
The groom is the son of
Dennis and Susan DeLaPaz of
Homosassa.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore a tradi-
tional long-sleeve gown
trimmed with lace and pearls
with a cathedral train.
Maid of honor was Amanda
Onorato, sister of the bride,
Homosassa, and best man was
Jason DeLaPaz, brother of the
groom, Ocala.
Bridesmaids were Corisa
Onorato, cousin of the bride,
Fredricksburg, Va.; Amy
DeLaPaz, sister-in-law, Ocala;
Christina Sancho, cousin of the
bride, Scarsdale, N.Y; Megan
DeLaPaz, cousin of the groom;
and Heather Scotto, Beverly
Hills. Junior bridesmaid was
Kathleen McDonald, Lecanto,
and flowergirl was Jewelista
Torres, cousin of the bride,
Beverly Hills.
The bridal attendants wore
formal gowns in orchid color
with silver heels. All of the
flowers were done in purples.
Groomsmen were Nicholas
Onorato, brother of the bride,
Citrus Springs; Josh Smith,
H6omosassa; Jeremy Onorato,
brother of bride, Homosassa;
Jonce Strickland, cousin of the
groom; and James Scotto,
Beverly Hills.
Ring bearer was Zackary
Ulseth, cousin of the bride,
Hernando.
Ushers were Ryan Moran
and Josh Velez, cousin of bride,
both Homosassa. Program


attendants were Renee
Tramontana and Krystina
Velez, cousin of the bride, both
of Homosassa.
The reception was held
immediately following the cer-
emony from 6 until 11 p.m. at
the Citrus Springs Community
Center, given by bride's par-
ents.
The cake was seven tier with
fountain and flowers, beautiful
flowers on all tables, great food
all night long, chocolate foun-
tain and Venice hour with
Bazine coffee to finish off the
wedding feast
Guests came from New York,
Virginia, Pennsylvania, Texas
and Florida.
The bride is employed as a
teller at Mercantile of
Inverness and the groom is an
industrial electrician for
Florida Rock Inc. Both are
graduates of Lecanto High
School.
Following a seven-day
Caribbean cruise, they will live
in their newly built home in
Crystal River.


Sutherland-Jones


Linda Lee Sutherland and
Ross Alan Jones, both resi-
dents of Dunnellon, were unit-
ed in marriage at 12:30 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 1, 2006, at the
Rainbow Springs Country Club
in Dunnellon.
Donna Viglione from The
Wedding Chapel in Inverness
officiated.
Best man was Glenn Jones
and maid of honor was Lori J.
Sutherland.


Brigman-Royahl

Zunilda Ileana Brigman of
Inverness and William Kevin
Royals of Inverness were unit-
ed in marriage at 11 a.m.
Sunday, Sept. 3, 2006, at The
Wedding Chapel in Inverness.
Donna Viglione officiated the
service.
Witnesses for the couple ,
were Eddy and Missy Jack. ,
The groom is employed at
Ceramic Design Tile and the '
bride works in the medical
field.
The couple honeymooned in
the Cayman Islands. "


Correa-Hollis


Melissa Correa and Edward
Michael Hollis were united in
marriage at 5 p.m. Saturday,
Sept. 16, 2006, at the
Brooksville Country Club.
Chaplain Sal Viglione from
The Wedding Chapel in
Inverness performed the tradi-
tional Christian service.
The bride is the daughter of

Thomas and Linda DeMonica
of Homosassa.
The groom is the son of Brad
and Sue Hollis of Homosassa.
The matron of honor was
Linda DeMonica and the best
man was Brad Hollis Jr.
Bridesmaids were Rebecca
DeMonica, Kristine
Schelberger and Jennifer
Roselli. Groomsmen were
Chris Cunningham and
Thomas DeMonica. The flow-
ergirl was Taylor Correa and
the ring bearers were Julian
Correa and Brandon Hollis.


The groom is employed at
CableLink.


Happy 75th birthday


ANITA QUINN/Special to the Chronicle
Glenn Kilgus recently celebrated his 75th birthday at the
Citrus American Italian Club, in the Highlands, Inverness.
Pictured with him is his wife, Rose Kilgus.



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Kassidi Lynn Sigman of
Crystal River and Darik
McCarthy of Pensacola were
united in marriage Saturday,
Aug. 5,2006, at Tuscany On The
Meadows in Hernando. Ann
Marie Briercheck performed
the service.
The bride is the daughter of
Jon and Bobbie Jorgensen of
Crystal River.
The groom is the son of
Walton McCarthy of Forney,
Texas, and Cindy McCarthy of
Bozeman, Mont.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore an ivory
satin floor-length gown with
crystal and satin eyelets,
sequins, pearls and lace with
mid-length veil attached to a
Cinderella tiara headpiece
followed by 5-ft. train of
matching eyelet with sequins.
She carried a bouquet of 5
dozen spiraling red roses
cuffed with embroidered lace.
Matron of honor was Tammi
Robertson of Inverness and
best man was Jessi Paige of
Northwood, N.H.
Bridesmaids were
Stephanie Marshall, sister-in-
law of bride of Yuma, Ariz.,
and Alexis McCarthy, sister of
groom of Bozeman, Mont.
Ushers were Bailey
Marshall and Ryan Marshall,
nephews of bride of Yuma,
Ariz.
The flower girl was Ryanna
Head, cousin of bride of
Hernando Beach and the ring
bearer was Carter Marshall,
nephew of bride of Yuma,
Ariz.
The bridal attendants wore
open shoulders black satin
gowns with matching shawls


and carried bouquets of roses
trimmed with black lace and
hand-embroidered holders.
The reception was held
immediately following the
ceremony at Tuscany On The
Meadows, given by mother
and father of the bride. It
began with a seafood extrava-
ganza with cocktails through-
out the night followed by a sit-
down five-course dinner end-
ing with a Viennese Room
filled with Italian pastries,
cakes, pies, coffee and tea bar,
and European Galato bar, and
continuous flow of white and
dark chocolate fountains.
Out of town guests attended
-from Texas, Arizona, Montana,
New Hampshire and all over
Florida.
The bride is a graduate of
Crystal River High School and
Pensacola Community College
of Cosmetology. The groom is a
lance corporal in the U.S.
Marine Corps.
Their honeymoon destina-
tion was undisclosed.
They will live at the Military
Base in Jacksonville.


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John Kenneth Grant, both resi-
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united in marriage at 5 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 15, 2006, at the
Raithe Wedding Chapel in
Inverness.
Chaplain Sal Viglione per-
formed the traditional
Christian service.


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LARRY BUGG a 15-14. This is the third year of 25-11 Warrior triumph.
For the Chronicle volleyball for this team. In the third game, the Panthers
S : Pope John Paul II was strong looked like a different team.
Rachel Capra thrilled the defensively but the Warriors Catherine Coble hit five
Seven Rivers Christian by appeared to be playing a regu- straight serves, including two
blasting kill aftet kill Saturday lar season game against them. aces as the Panthers took a 9-2
at the Warriors'gym. A large partisan crowd lead over the Warriors. The
And when Capra is killing, it cheered the Warriors on. Panthers would eventually
s a wonderful life for Seven Capra started off with seven take a 12-8 lead.
Rivers. / blocks in the first game. Capra hit a pair of aces and
Capra recorded 17 kills as Chelsea Ebert hit five straight three straight points as Seven
he Warriors beat Tallahassee points as Seven Rivers took a Rivers battled back to tie at 12-
Pope John Paul II 25-17, 25-11, 10-3 lead. The Panthers were 12. The game would be seesaw
25-16 in a Class A regional play- never in the first game. until Amy Green started serv-
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No. 9 Florida 21, Georgia'
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Geo--Stafford 13 run (A.Bailey kick),
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Fourth Quarter


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15-28-3
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29
46-266
218
17-25-0
54
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Fumbles-Lost 1-0 4-3
Penalties-Yards 4-20 3-40
Time of Possession 27:19 32:41
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Minnesota, Pinnix 14-46,
E.Jones 6-8, Valentine 1-2, Payne 1-0,
Cupito 4-(minus 9). Ohio St., Pittman 21-
116, C.Wells 15-90, T.Smith 6-43, M.Wells
2-9, Ginn Jr. 1-7, Zwick 1-1.
PASSING-Minnesota, Cupito 13-25-3-
120, Mortensen 2-3-0-15. Ohio St., T.Smith
14-21-0-183, Zwick 3-4-0-35.
RECEIVING-Minnesota, Simmons 5-
48, Decker 3-31, Payne 3-21, Chambers
2-19, Pinnix 2-16. Ohio St., Hartline 4-69,
Gonzalez 3-30, Ginn Jr. 3-22, Pittman 2-
47, White Jr. 2-20, Robiskie 1-18, Hall 1-
15, Small 1-(minus 3).
No. 2 Michigan 17, N'Western 3
Northwestern 0 0 3 0 3
Michigan 7 3 7 .0 17
First Quarter
Mich-A.Arrington 14 pass from Henne
(Rivas kick), 10:07.
Second Quarter
Mich-FG Rivas 30, 7:02.
Third Quarter
NU-FG Howells 38, 9:38.
Mich-Hart 3 run (Rivas kick), 4:05.
A-109,114.


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


NU
10
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204
20-42-3
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2-2
5-55
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Mich
16
46-202
116
10-20-0
13
6-35.5
3-2
6-47
32:57


INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Northwestern, Sutton 7-6,
Brewer 2-6, Peterman 1-4, Jordan Jr. 5-
(minus 8), Bacher 2-(minus 21). Michigan,
Hart 20-95, Jackson 9-59, Grady 7-23,
Henne 4-14, Minor 5-9, Breaston 1-2.


PASSING-Northwestern, Bacher 20-
41-2-204, Brewer 0-1-1-0. Michigan,
Henne 10-20-0-116.
RECEIVING-Northwestern, Sutton 6-
55, Herbert 5-39, Peterman 4-50, Lane 3-
52, Ward 1-8, Cobb 1-0. Michigan,
Breaston 3-34, Mathews 2-34, Hart 2-23,
A.Arrington 1-14, Grady 1-8, C.Butler 1-3.
Oregon St. 33, No. 3 USC 31
Southern Cal 0 10 7 14 31
Oregon St. 7 9 17 0 33
First Quarter
OrSt-M.Moore 1 run (Serna kick),
10:09.
Second Quarter
USC-C.Washington 2 run (Danelo
kick), 10:47.
OrSt-FG Serna 47, 6:53.
OrSt-FG Serna 31, 2:12.
OrSt-FG Serna 53, 1:03.
USC-FG Danelo 29, :07.
Third Quarter
OrSt-Newton 9 pass from M.Moore
(Serna kick), 9:27.
OrSt-Stroughter 70 punt return (Serna
kick), 7:55.
OrSt-FG Serna 20, 4:51.
USC-F.Davis 4 pass from Booty
(Danelo kick), :23.
Fourth Quarter
USC-S.Smith 37 pass from Booty
(C.Washington run), 12:09.
USC-S.Smith 2 pass from Booty (pass
failed), :07.
A-42,871.


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


USC
23
27-86
406
24-39-1
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16
35-89
262
21-32-0
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First downs 14 15
Rushes-yards 26-64 35-156
Passing 151 163
Comp-Att-Int 13-33-2 14-28-1
Return Yards 4 46
Punts-Avg. 7-38.9 6-45.2
Fumbles-Lost 3-3 3-1
Penalties-Yards 6-50 10-75
Time of Possession 25:30 34:30
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Georgia, Lumpkin 11-43,
Ware 4-12, Southerland 4-9, Stafford 7-0.
Florida, Harvin 8-37, Wynn 8-36, Tebow 6-
36, Caldwell 5-28, Leak 5-15, K.Moore 1-7,
Team 2-(minus 3).
PASSING-Georgia, Stafford 13-33-2-
151. Florida, Leak 14-28-1-163.
RECEIVING-Georgia, Southerland 3-
31, Henderson 3-20, Massaquoi 2-39,
Milner 2-33, M.Moore 1-19, Ware 1-15,
Stafford 1-(minus 6). Florida, Caldwell 8-
88, Baker 2-40, Casey 1-13, Cornelius 1-
12, Ingram 1-7, Latsko 1-3.
No. 21 Georgia Tech 30, Miami 23
Miami 10 3 3 7 23
Georgia Tech 3 10 0 17 30
First Quarter
Mia-Cook 19 fumble return (Peattie
kick), 14:34.
Mia-FG Peattie 38, 8:36.
GaT-FG Bell 39, 4:00.
Second Quarter
Mla-FG Peattie 36, 11:21.
GaT-J.Johnson 46 pass from Ball (Bell
kick), 8:07.
GaT-FG Bell 38, :39.
Third Quarter
Mia-FG Peattie 26, 1:28.
Fourth Quarter
GaT-FG Bell 39, 14:02.
GaT-C.Johnson 1 pass from Ball (Bell
kick), 6:18.
GaT-Choice 24 run (Bell kick), 3:49.
Mia-Olsen 41 pass from Wright (Peattie
kick), 2:37.
A-55,320.
Mia GaT
First downs 18 16
Rushes-yards 34-71 33-87
Passing 246 195
Comp-Att-Int 20-31-1 12-28-0
Return Yards 116 7
Punts-Avg. 4-36.3 6-50.8
Fumbles-Lost 5-3 2-1
Penalties-Yards 8-72 5-49
Time of Possession 33:45 26:15
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Miami, J.James 19-113,
Moss 5-7, Team 1-(minus 2), Wright 9-
(minus 47). Georgia Tech, Choice 26-107,
R.Grant 1-2, C.Johnson 1-(minus 2), Ball
5-(minus-20).
PASSING-Miami, Wright 20-31-1-246.
Georgia Tech, Ball 11-27-0-188,
C.Johnson 1-1-0-7.
RECEIVING-Miami, Olsen 5-91,
Shields 5-45, Leggett 4-55, J.James 2-31,
R.Jones 2-19, Zellner 2-5. Georgia Tech,
C.Johnson 5-68, J.Johnson 3-69, M.Cox 2-
35, Matthews 1-16, Ball 1-7.
National Boxes
No. 1 Ohio St. 44, Minnesota 0
Minnesota 0 0 0 0 0
Ohio St. 10 7 13 14 44
First Quarter
OSU-Pittman 10 run (Pettrey kick),
10:59.
OSU-FG Pettrey 42, 5:49.
Second Quarter
OSU-Robiskie 18 pass from T.Smith
(Pettrey kick), 3:49.
Third Quarter
OSU-T.Smith 21 run (Pettrey kick),
12:41.
OSU-Pittman 13 run (kick blocked),
6:53.
Fourth Quarter
OSU-C.Wells 3 run (Pettrey kick),
13:33.
OSU-Zwick 1 run (Pettrey kick), 2:56.
A-105,443.


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


Aub Miss
25 15
41-175 28-86
253 170
21-34-1 9-17-2
6 21
2-46.0 3-41.0
1-1 0-0
9-84 2-30
37:52 22:08


INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Auburn, K.Irons 23-106,
Lester 14-49, Stewart 3-13, C.Taylor 1-7.
Mississippi, Green-Ellis 13-44, Hall 7-34,
McSwain 1-27, Schaeffer 7-(minus 19).
PASSING-Auburn, Cox 21-34-1-253.
Mississippi, Schaeffer 8-16-2-161, Hall 1-
1-0-9.
RECEIVING-Auburn, C.Taylor 8-108,
R.Smith 4-46, Trott 2-21, Dunn 2-16,
Guess 1-25, Stewart 1-23, McKenzie 1-9,
Rodriguez 1-8, T.Smith 1-(minus 3).
Mississippi, Lane 2-78, M.Wallace 1-38,
Hall 1-17, Hodge 1-12, Schaeffer 1-9,
Cook 1-8, M.Green 1-5, Lilly 1-3.
No. 11 Notre Dame 38, Navy 14
Notre Dame 10 14 7 7 38
Navy 0 14 0 0 14
First Quarter
ND-FG Gioia 40, 11:45.
ND-Grimes 36 pass from B.Quinn
(Gioia kick), 1:32.
Second Quarter
Navy-Kaheaku-Enhada 1 run (Harmon
kick), 11:39.
ND-T.Thomas 16 run (Gioia kick), 8:00.
Navy-Kaheaku-Enhada 1 run (Harmon
kick), 2:43.
ND-McKnight 33 pass from B.Quinn
(Gioia kick), 1:19.
Third Quarter
ND-B.Quinn 19 run (Gioia kick), 8:10.
Fourth Quarter


ND-McKnight 6
(Gioia kick), 9:36.
A-71,851.

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


pass from B.Quinn


ND
25
37-176
295
18-25-0
2
0-0.0
0-0
4-35
30:39


Navy
19
56-271
43
4-7-0
0
4-38.5
2-1
4-43
29:21


INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Notre Dame, Walker 20-
103, Aldridge 12-29, B.Quinn 4-28,
T.Thomas 1-16. Navy, Campbell 14-81,
White 4-44, Kaheaku-Enhada 19-42,
Singleton 4-34, Ballard 10-33, Tomlinson
1-26, Hines 3-11, Bryant 1-0.
PASSING-Notre Dame, B.Quinn 18-25-
0-295. Navy, Kaheaku-Enhada 2-5-0-25,
Bryant 2-2-0-18.
RECEIVING-Notre Dame, McKnight 6-
94, Carlson 5-75, Grimes 3-72, Walker 3-
32, Samardzija 1-22. Navy, Tomlinson 1-
19, Singleton 1-9, Campbell 1-9, Ballard 1-
6.
No. 17 Wisconsin 30, Illinois 24
Illinois 7 17 0 0 24
Wisconsin 0 10 10 10 30
First Quarter
III-Bellamy 41 interception return (Reda
kick), 3:34.
Second Quarter
Wis-FG Mehlhaff 21, 14:57.
Ill-Thomas Jr. 2 pass from J.Williams
(Reda kick), 10:42.
Ill-Thomas Jr. 1 run (Reda kick), 5:45.
Wis-Smith 1 run (Mehlhaff kick), 1:44.
IIll-FG Reda 20, :08.
Third Quarter
Wis-Swan 17 pass from Stocco


(Mehlhaff kick), 10:36.
Wis-FG Mehlhaff 21, 3:57.
Fourth Quarter
Wis-Crooks 1 pass from Stocco
(Mehlhaff kick), 14:50.
Wis-FG Mehlhaff 33, 4:27.
A-81,300.


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


Ill Wis
14 16
41-121 41-99
171 217
13-30-1 15-26-1
26 0
6-28.3 5-34.6
2-1 2-1
2-8 1-10
28:44 31:16


INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Illinois, J.Williams 19-53,
R.Mendenhall 8-26, Thomas Jr. 8-23,
McPhearson 4-11, Warren 1-5, Halsey 1-3.
Wisconsin, Hill Jr. 12-50, Smith 21-46,
Stocco 3-3, Rowan 5-0. .
PASSING-Illinois, J.Williams 13-29-1-
171, Team 0-1-0-0. Wisconsin, Stocco 15-
26-1-217.
RECEIVING-Illinois, Cumberland 4-41,
Hudson 3-26, Thomas Jr. 2-25,
McPhearson 1-52, Willis 1-15, Warren 1-6,
Halsey 1-6. Wisconsin, Beckum 5-76,
Crooks 5-54, Swan 4-85, Rowan 1-2.
No. 18 Boston Coll. 41, Buffalo 0
Buffalo 0 0 0 0 0
Boston College 10 14 10 7 41
First Quarter
BC-FG Aponavicius 25, 8:27.
BC-Crane 4 run (Aponavicius kick),
3:41.
Second Quarter
BC-Crane 8 run (Aponavicius kick),
13:45.
BC-Palmer 8 pass from Crane
(Aponavicius kick), 5:13.
Third Quarter
BC-Whitworth 43 run (Aponavicius
kick), 13:14.
BC-FG Aponavicius 30, :00.
Fourth Quarter


BC-Brooks 5 rui
9:23.
A-14,682.

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


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6
14-(-12)
104
15-30-3
19
7-31.9
4-2
2-30
22:44


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20
48-207
142
17-26-1
105
1-0.0
2-0
1-15
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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Buffalo, Starks 9-1, Willy 4-
(minus 6), Paoli 1-(minus 7). Boston
College, Whitworth 10-84, Callender 16-
81, Brooks 7-17, Crane 10-12, J.Smith 3-8,
Toal 2-5.
PASSING-Buffalo, Willy 13-25-2-80,
Paoli 2-5-1-24. Boston College, Crane 17-
26-1-142.
RECEIVING-Buffalo, Starks 6-28,
Upshaw 3-32, Breaux 3-20, Wallace 1-16,
Patterson 1-8, Roosevelt 1-0. Boston
College, Challenger 4-21, Palmer 3-22,
Ross 2-25, .B.Robinson 2-23, Whitworth 2-
20, Megwa 2-15, Purvis 1-16, Sele 1-0.
No. 19 Oklahoma 26,
No. 23 Missouri 10
Oklahoma 7 9 7 3 26
Missouri 3 0 7 0 10
First Quarter
Mo-FG Wolfert 39, 11:26.
Okl-Thompson 3 run (R.Smith kick),
3:52.
Second Quarter
OkI-Finley 18 pass from Thompson
(Hartley kick), 14:56.
Okl-Safety, 11:52.
Third Quarter
Mo-Daniel 13 run (Wolfert kick), 10:22.
Okl-Chaney 15 pass from Thompson
(Hartley kick), 5:02.
Fourth Quarter
Okl-FG Hartley 30, 3:48.
A-62,045.


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


Oki Mo
21 20
52-231 27-76
127 284
11-19-0 23-46-3
17 16
5-42.8 4-24.5
3-2 3-1
5-39 8-75
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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Oklahoma, Patrick 36-162,
Gutierrez 10-41, Thompson 6-28.
Missouri, Daniel 20-75, Goldsmith 4-1,
Temple 3-0.
PASSING-Oklahoma, Thompson 11-
19-0-127. Missouri, Daniel 23-44-3-284,
Team 0-1-0-0, B.Coleman 0-1-0-0.
RECEIVING-Oklahoma, Kelly 4-40,
Finley 2-33, M.Johnson 2-7, J.Gresham 1-
17, Iglesias 1-15, Chaney 1-15. Missouri,
Coffman 5-57, Perry 5-40, Franklin 4-53,
Ekwerekwu 4-47, Rucker 3-29, Bracey 1-
46, Saunders 1-12.
Oklahoma St. 41,
No. 20 Nebraska 29
Nebraska 10 13 0 6 29
Oklahoma St. 0 20 0 21 41
First Quarter
Neb-FG Congdon 26, 8:22.
Neb-B.Jackson 2 run (Congdon kick),
:33.
Second Quarter
Neb-B.Jackson 24 run (run failed),
10:43.
OkSt-Toston 16 pass from Reid (kick
blocked), 8:12.
OkSt-Savage 18 run (Ricks kick), 4:13.
Neb-Purify 22 pass from Taylor
(Congdon kick), :56.
OkSt-A.Bowman 45 pass from Reid
(Ricks kick), :15.
Fourth Quarter
OkSt-Savage 20 run (Ricks kick),
14:34.
OkSt-Crosslin 1 run (Ricks kick), 8:05.
OkSt-N.Peterson 19 fumble return
(Ricks kick), 3:16.
Neb-Purify 5 pass from Taylor (kick
failed), :07.
A-40,108.
Neb OkSt
First downs 29 25
Rushes-yards 40-211 41-267
Passing 241 229
Comp-Att-Int 21-39-0 13-21-1
Return Yards 42 6
Punts-Avg. 5-41.2 3-37.3
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 2-1
Penalties-Yards 5-40 5-42
Time of Possession 34:59 25:01
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Nebraska, B.Jackson 21-
182, Lucky 9-42, Hardy 1-3, K.Wilson 1-3,
Glenn 1-1, Taylor 7-(minus 20). Oklahoma
St., Savage 17-117, Toston 8-68, Reid 8-
61, Hamilton 5-16, Crosslin 2-3, A.Woods
1-2.
PASSING-Nebraska, Taylor 21-39-0-
241. Oklahoma St., Reid 13-21-1-229.


RECEIVING-Nebraska, Purify 6-65,
Hardy 3-52, Lucky 3-47, B.Jackson 3-24,
Nunn 3-17, T.Peterson 2-28, Swift 1-8.
Oklahoma St., D'.Woods 4-87, A.Bowman
3-86, Pettigrew 2-15, Toston 1-16, Price 1-
10, Waller 1-10, Parks 1-5.
No. 24 Wake Forest 24, UNC 17
Wake Forest 7 7 0 10 24
North Carolina 7 7 3 0 17
First Quarter
Wake-A.Smith 16 blocked punt return
(Swank kick), 11:40.
NC-Barbour 1 pass from Dailey (Barth
kick), 5:09.
Second Quarter
Wake-K.Moore 34 run (Swank kick),
14:41.
NC-McGill 1 run (Barth kick), 6:44.
Third Quarter
NC-FG Barth 35, 7:02.
Fourth Quarter
Wake-FG Swank 41, 14:14.
Wake-K.Moore 39 pass from Skinner
(Swank kick), 11:55.
A-49,000.


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


Wake
15
40-200
89
7-8-0
42
4-36.3
2-0
5-35


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18
40-134
236
19-30-2
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RUSHING-Southern Cal,
C.Washington 18-81, Moody 3-8, Hazelton
1-7, Gable 1-5, Reed 1-(minus 1), Booty 3-
(minus 14). Oregon St., Polk 22-100,
Laybourn 0-8, Stroughter 1-5, Loomis 1-
(minus 10), M.Moore 11-(minus 14).
PASSING-Southern Cal, Booty 24-39-
1-406. Oregon St., M.Moore 21-32-0-262.
RECEIVING-Southern Cal, S.Smith 11-
258, Jarrett 4-63, F.Davis 4-20,
C.Washington 3-32, Turner 2-33. Oregon
St., Stroughter 8-127, Newton 4-41,
Wheat-Brown 3-42, Powers 3-36, Polk 3-
16.

No. 7 Auburn 23, Ole Miss 17
Auburn 7 0 10 6 23
Mississippi 7 0 3 7 17
First Quarter
Miss-McSwain 27 run (Shene kick),
12:17.
Aub-R.Smith 13 pass from Cox
(J.Vaughn kick), 4:31.
Third Quarter
Miss-FG Shene 29, 10:26.
Aub-Lester 6 run (J.Vaughn kick), 5:50.
Aub-FG J.Vaughn 31, :55.
Fourth Quarter
Miss-Lilly 3 pass from Schaeffer
(Shene kick), 12:06.
Aub-FG J.Vaughn 20, 7:35.
Aub-FG J.Vaughn 29, :35.
A-55,211.


Time of Possession 28:34 31:26
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Wake Forest, -Bryant 15-58,
Belton 10-36, K.Moore 1-34, Harris 3-31,
Idlette 3-29, Skinner 4-8, Woods 2-5,
Rinfrette 1-4, Marion 1-(minus 5). North
Carolina, McGill 29-117, Nicks 1-10, Dailey
7-5, Warren 1-4, Foster 1-1, Sexton 1-
(minus 3).
PASSING-Wake Forest, Skinner 7-8-0-
89. North Carolina, Dailey 13-19-2-156,
Sexton 6-10-0-80, Team 0-1-0-0.
RECEIVING-Wake Forest, K.Moore 6-
82, Idlette 1-7. North Carolina, Foster 4-49,
Holley 4-42, Nicks 3-84, McGill 3-24,
Thornton 2-13, Hamlett 1-15, Starcevic 1-
8, Barbour 1-1.
College Football Today
STARS
Jeff Van Orsow, Oregon State, batted
down a pass on a 2-point conversion in the
closing seconds to help the Beavers hang
on for a 33-31 win over USC.
Paul Thompson, Oklahoma, threw two
TD passes and ran for another score to
help the Sooners beat Missouri 26-10.
LaMarr Woodley, Michigan, had two
sacks and recovered one of his two forced
fumbles in the No. 2 Wolverines' 17-3 win
over Northwestern.
Troy Smith, Ohio State, threw a TD
pass and ran for another to lead the
Buckeyes over Minnesota 44-0.
Brady Quinn, Notre Dame, threw
three TD passes and ran for a fourth to
lead the 11th-ranked Fighting Irish over
Navy 38-14.
Kellen Lewis and James Hardy,
Indiana. Lewis threw five touchdown pass-
es, including a school-record four to Hardy,
and ran for another score in leading the
Hoosiers past Michigan State 46-21.
Tony Hunt, Penn State, ran for 142
yards in the Nittany Lions' 12-0 win over
Purdue.
Dantrell Savage, Oklahoma State, ran
for 117 yards and two TDs.to help the
Cowboys upset No. 20 NerraK .a ,41-29.'
Jon Abbate, Wake Forest, intercepted
a pass in the end zone on the final play to
seal the No. 24 Demon Deacons' 24-17
win over North Carolina.
Corey Small, Florida Atlantic, returned
one of his three interceptions for a TD in
the Owls' 29-0 win over Arkansas State.
Chris Nickson, Vanderbilt, ran for
three TDs and threw for two more to lead
the Commodores over Duke 45-28.
Jonathon Hubbard, Davidson, rushed
for four TDs and 114 yards to lead the
Wildcats over Valparaiso 48-14.
ANOTHER ONE FALLS
Oregon State capitalized on four
turnovers to upset the Trojans 33-31 on
Saturday, snapping USC's 27-game Pac-
10 winning streak and breaking the nation-
al championship race wide open. USC (6-
1, 4-1) had also won 18 straight road
games. But the mighty Trojans had shown
cracks in their last three games, each a
victory by seven points or less.
FIRST WIN
Temple beat Bowling Green 28-14
Saturday, snapping a 20-game losing
streak and handing new coach Al Golden
his first victory.
... OR LATER
Oklahoma won away from home for the
first time this season, beating No. 23
Missouri 26-10. The 19th-ranked Sooners
previously lost at Oregon and against
Texas in Dallas.
DEE-FENSEI
No. 1 Ohio State shut out Minnesota 44-
0, holding the Golden Gophers to 182
yards of total offense. ... No. 2 Michigan
held Northwestern to minus-13 yards rush-
ing and had three interceptions in a 17-3
win over Northwestern. ... Cincinnati held
Syracuse to 180 yards of total offense in a
17-3 win over the Orange, who only had 79
total yards throughout the first three quar-
ters.
A TOAST TO THE D
Florida beat Georgia 21-14 for its eighth
win in nine tries against the Bulldogs. The
Gators are 15-2 in the last 17 meetings.
The Gators forced two fumbles and inter-
cepted two passes.
SIDELINED
Southern Illinois coach Jerry Kill watched
the Salukis beat Missouri State 27-17, two
days after he was released from a St. Louis
hospital. The 45-year-old coach had been
hospitalized after suffering a seizure on
Sunday, shortly after taping a weekly tele-
vision show.
STREAKS
Ohio State beat Minnesota 44-0 for its
16th consecutive win. ... St. Francis, Ind.,
won its 49th straight regular-season game,
55-0 over Seton Hill.... Syracuse (3-6, 0-4)
has lost four in a row, and is 0-11 in the
conference during coach Greg Robinson's
two seasons. ... N.C. State fell 14-7 to
Virginia, losing its third straight ACC game
after starting with victories against Boston
College and Florida State. ... Purdue has-
n't scored in seven quarters after falling
12-0 to Penn State.
SPEAKING
'I'm so stoked right now, I can't explain
it." Oregon State quarterback Matt
Moore after the Beavers beat undefeated
No. 3 Southern California 33-31.

"We had more points and it was a great
thing to see." Temple's Travis Shelton
after the Owls got their first win of the sea-
son, snapping a 20-game losing streak by
beating Bowling Green 28-14.


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BASEBALL
World Series Champions
2006-St. Louis (NL) 4, Detroit (AL) 1
2005-Chicago (AL) 4, Houston (NL) 0
2004-Boston (AL) 4, St. Louis (NL) 0
2003-Florida (NL) 4, New York (AL) 2
2002-Anaheim (AL) 4, San Fran. (NL) 3
2001-Arizona (NL) 4, New York (AL) 3
2000-New York (AL) 4, New York (NL) 1
1999-New York (AL) 4, Atlanta (NL) 0
1998-New York (AL) 4, San Diego (NL) 0
1997-Florida (NL) 4, Cleveland (AL) 3
1996-New York (AL) 4, Atlanta (NL) 2
1995-Atlanta (NL) 4, Cleveland (AL) 2
1994-No series.
1993-Toronto (AL) 4, Philadelphia (NL) 2
1992-Toronto (AL) 4, Atlanta (NL) 2
1991-Minnesota (AL) 4, Atlanta (NL) 3
1990-Cincinnati (NL) 4, Oakland (AL) 0
1989-Oakland (AL)4, San Francisco (NL) 0
1988-Los Angeles (NL)4, Oakland (AL) 1
1987-Minnesota (AL) 4, St. Louis (NL) 3
1986-New York (NL) 4, Boston (AL) 3
1985-Kansas City (AL) 4, St. Louis (NL) 3
1984-Detroit (AL) 4, San Diego (NL) 1
1983-Baltimore (AL)4, Philadelphia (NL) 1
1982-St. Louis (NL) 4, Milwaukee (AL) 3
1981-LosAngeles (NL) 4, New York(AL) 2
1980-Philadel. (NL) 4, Kansas City (AL) 2
1979-Pittsburgh (NL) 4, Baltimore (AL) 3
1978-New York (AL) 4, Los Angeles (NL) 2
1977-New York (AL) 4, Los Angeles (NL) 2
1976-Cincinnati (NL) 4, New York (AL) 0
1975-Cincinnati (NL) 4, Boston (AL) 3
1974-Oakland (AL) 4, Los Angeles (NL) 1
1973-Oakland (AL) 4, New York (NL) 3
1972-Oakland (AL) 4, Cincinnati (NL) 3
1971-Pittsburgh (NL) 4, Baltimore (AL) 3
1970-Baltimore (AL) 4, Cincinnati (NL) 1
1969-New York (NL) 4, Baltimore (AL) 1
1968-Detroit (AL) 4, St. Louis (NL) 3
1967-St. Louis (NL) 4, Boston (AL) 3
1966-Baltimore (AL) 4, Los Angeles (NL) 0
1965-Los Angeles (NL) 4, Minnesota (AL) 3
1964-St. Louis (NL) 4, New York (AL) 3
1963-Los Angeles (NL) 4, New York (AL) 0
1962--New York (AL)4, San Francisco (NL) 3
1961-New York (AL) 4, Cincinnati (NL) 1
1960-Pittsburgh (NL) 4, New York (AL) 3
1959-Los Angeles (NL) 4, Chicago (AL) 2
1958-New York (AL) 4, Milwaukee (NL) 3
1957-Milwaukee (NL) 4, New York (AL) 3
1956-New York (AL) 4, Brooklyn (NL) 3
1955-Brooklyn (NL) 4, New York (AL) 3
1954-New York (NL) 4, Cleveland (AL) 0
1953-New York (AL) 4, Brooklyn (NL) 2
1952-New York (AL) 4, Brooklyn (NL) 3
1951-New York (AL) 4, New York (NL) 2
1950-New York (AL) 4, Philadelphia (NL) 0
1949--New York (AL) 4, Brooklyn (NL) 1
1948-Cleveland (AL) 4, Boston (NL) 2
1947-New York (AL) 4, Brooklyn (NL) 3
1946-St. Louis (NL) 4, Boston (AL) 3
1945-Detroit (AL) 4, Chicago (NL) 3
1944-St. Louis (NL) 4, St. Louis (AL) 2
1943-New York (AL) 4, St. Louis (NL) 1
1942--St. Louis (NL) 4, New York (AL) 1
1941-New York (AL) 4, Brooklyn (NL) 1
1940-Cincinnati (NL) 4, Detroit (AL) 3
1939-New York (AL) 4, Cincinnati (NL) 0
1938-New York (AL) 4, Chicago (NL) 0
1937-New York (AL) 4, New York (NL) 1
1936-New York (AL) 4, New York (NL) 2
1935-Detroit (AL) 4, Chicago (NL) 2
1934-St. Louis (NL) 4, Detroit (AL) 3
1933-New York (NL)4, Washington (AL) 1
1932-New York (AL) 4, Chicago (NL) 0
1931--St. Louis (NL) 4, Philadelphia (AL) 3
1930-Philadelphia (AL) 4, St. Louis (NL) 2
1929-Philadelphia (AL) 4, Chicago (NL) 1
1928--New York (AL) 4, St. Louis (NL) 0
1927-New York (AL) 4, Pittsburgh (NL) 0
1926-St. Louis (NL) 4, New York (AL) 3
1925--Pittsburgh (NL)4, Washington (AL) 3
1924-Washington (AL) 4, New York (NL) 3
1923-New York (AL) 4, New York (NL) 2
1922-NewYork(NL)4, NewYork (AL)0, 1 tie
1921-New York (NL) 5, New York (AL) 3
1920-Cleveland (AL) 5, Brooklyn (NL) 2
1919--Cincinnati (NL) 5, Chicago (AL) 3
1918-Boston (AL) 4, Chicago (NL) 2
1917-Chicago (AL) 4, New York (NL) 2
1916-Boston (AL) 4, Brooklyn (NL) 1
1915-Boston (AL) 4, Philadelphia (NL) 1
1914--Boston (NL) 4, Philadelphia (AL) 0
1913-Philadelphia (AL)4, New York (NL) 1
1912-Boston (AL)4, New York (NL)3, 1 tie
1911--Philadelphia (AL) 4, New York (NL) 2
1910-Philadelphia (AL) 4, Chicago (NL) 1
1909-Pittsburgh (NL) 4, Detroit (AL) 3
1908-Chicago (NL) 4, Detroit (AL) 1
1907-Chicago (NL)4, Detroit (AL) 0, 1 tie
1906-Chicago (AL) 4, Chicago (NL) 2
1905-New York (NL) 4, Philadelphia (AL) 1
1904-No series. ,
1903-Boston (AL) 5, Pittsburgh (NL) 3
World Series MVPs
2006-David Eckstein, St. Louis (NL)
2005-Jermaine Dye, Chicago (AL)
2004-Manny Ramirez, Boston (AL)
2003-Josh Beckett, Florida (NL)
2002-Troy Glaus, Anaheim (AL)
2001--Curt Schilling and Randy Johnson,
Arizona (NL)
2000-Derek Jeter, New York (AL)
1999-Mariano Rivera, New York (AL)
1998-Scott Brosius, New York (AL)
1997-Livan Hemandez, Florida (NL)
1996-John Wetteland, New York (AL)
1995-Tom Glavine, Atlanta (NL)
1994-No Series.
1993-Paul Molitor, Toronto (AL)
1992-Pat Borders, Toronto (AL).
1991-Jack Morris, Minnesota (AL)
1990--Jose Rijo, Cincinnati (NL)
1989-Dave Stewart, Oakland (AL)
1988-Orel Hershiser, Los Angeles (NL)
1987-Frank Viola, Minnesota (AL)
1986-Ray Knight, New York (NL)
1985-Bret Saberhagen, Kansas City (AL)
1984-Alan Trammell, Detroit (AL)
1983-Rick Dempsey, Baltimore (AL)
1982-Darrell Porter, St. Louis (NL)
1981-Ron Cey, Pedro Guerrero and
Steve Yeager, Los Angeles (NL)
1980-Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia (NL)
1979-Willie Stargell, Pittsburgh (NL)
1978-Bucky Dent, New York (AL)
1977-Reggie Jackson, New York (AL)
1976-Johnny Bench, Cincinnati (NL)
1975-Pete Rose, Cincinnati (NL)
S 1974-Rollie Fingers, Oakland (AL)
1973-Reggie Jackson, Oakland (AL)
S 1972-Gene Tenace, Oakland (AL)
1971-Roberto Clemente, Pittsburgh (NL)
1970-Brooks Robinson, Baltimore (AL)
1969-Donn Clendenon, New York (NL)
1968-Mickey Lolich, Detroit (AL)
S 1967-Bob Gibson, St. Louis (NL)
1966-Frank Robinson, Baltimore (AL)
1965-Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles (NL)
1964-Bob Gibson, St. Louis (NL)
1963-Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles (NL)
1962-Ralph Terry, New York (AL)
1961-Whitey Ford, New York (AL)


1960-Bobby Richardson, New York (AL)
1959-Larry Sherry, Los Angeles (NL)
1958-Bob Turley, New York (AL)
1957-Lew Burdette, Milwaukee (NL)
1956-Don Larsen, New York (AL)
1955-Johnny Podres, Brooklyn (NL)


GOLF

Chrysler Championship
Saturday
At Westin Innisbrook Resort,
Copperhead Course
Palm Harbour, Fla.
Purse: $5.3 million
Yardage: 7,340 Par 71
Third Round
K.J. Choi 68-66-70 204 -9
Brian Gay 64-71-70 205 -8
Paul Goydos 68-68-69 205 -8
Ernie Els 69-66-70 205 -8
Troy Matteson 70-72-64 206 -7


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On the AIRWAVES


TODAY'S SPORTS
AUTO RACING
3 p.m. (2 NBC) (8 NBC) NASCAR Racing Nextel Cup Bass
Pro Shops MBNA 500. From Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton,
Ga. (Live) (CC)
FOOTBALL.
1 p.m. (6 CBS) (10 CBS) NFL Football Jacksonville Jaguars at
Philadelphia Eagles. From Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.
(Live) (CC)
(13 FOX) (51 FOX) NFL Football Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New
York Giants. From Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. (Live)
(CC)
4 p.m. .(6 CBS) (10 CBS) NFL Football Indianapolis Colts at
Denver Broncos. From INVESCO Field at Mile High in Denver.
(Live) (CC)
8 p.m. (ESPN) College Football Connecticut at Rutgers. (Live)
(CC)
8:15 p.m. (2 NBC) (8 NBC) NFL Football Dallas Cowboys at
Carolina Panthers. From Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C.
(Live) (CC)
GOLF
1:30 p.m. (GOLF) PGA Golf Nationwide Tour Miccosukee
Championship Final Round. From Miami. (Live)
2 p.m. (9 ABC) (20 ABC) (28 ABC) PGA Golf Chrysler
Championship Final Round. From Westin Innisbrook Resort in
Palm Harbor, (Live) (CC)
5 p.m. (GOLF) PGA Golf Champions Tour Charles Schwab
Cup Championship Final Round. From Sonoma, Calif. (Live)
HOCKEY
5 p.m. (SUN) NHL Hockey San Jose Sharks at Tampa Bay
Lightning. From the St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa (Live)
SOCCER
1 p.m. (62 UNI) F"'utbol de la Liga Mexicana Torneo de Apertura:
Pumas U.N.A.M. vs. Monarcas Morelia. (En Vivo)
6 p.m. (ESPN2) MLS Soccer Eastern Conference Semifinal
Game 2 Red Bull New York at D.C. United. From RFK Stadium in
Washington, D.C. (Live) (CC)


Joe Durant
Jason Bohn
Jonathan Byrd
Brett Wetterich
Mike Weir
Vijay Singh
Ryan Palmer
R. Johnson
Ryuji Imada
Kent Jones
Stewart Cink
Daniel Chopra
Ted Purdy
M. Calcavecchia
Shaun Micheel
Vaughn Taylor
Justin Rose
Tim Clark
Jesper Parnevik
Steve Elkington
Hunter Mahan
Justin Leonard
Jeff Brehaut
Lucas Glover
Rod Pampling
Heath Slocum
Peter Lonard
Frank Lickliter II
Bernhard Langer
Chad Campbell
Mark O'Meara
Ben Crane
David Branshaw
Dean Wilson
Duffy Waldorf
Will MacKenzie
Bart Bryant
Camilo Villegas
J.J. Henry
Stuart Appleby
Tim Petrovic
Tom Pernice, Jr.
Nick Watney
Bob Estes
Rory Sabbatini
Stephen Leaney
Lee Janzen
Shane Bertsch
Todd Fischer
Bill Haas
Paul Azinger
S. Maruyama
Eric Axley
Zach Johnson
Brandt Jobe
Woody Austin
Fred Funk
Trevor Immelman
Scott Verplank
Craig Parry
Tom Lehman
Jeff Sluman
Tag Ridings
Steve Lowery
John Rollins


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Kolon-Hana Bank Championship
Saturday
At Mauna Ocean Golf & Resort
Gyeongju, South Korea
Purse: $1.35 million
Yardage: 6,381 Par 72
Second Round
a-amateur


Jin Joo Hong
a-Mi Jung Hur
Karine Icher
Joo Mi Kim
Suzann Pettersen
Jeong Jang
Paula Creamer
Jee Young Lee
Hee-Won Han
Candle Kung
P. Meunier-Lebouc
Gloria Park
Se Ri Pak
Ji-Yai Shin
Na Yeon Choi
Christina Kim
Brittany Lang
Hee Kyung Seo
Aree Song
Carin Koch
Hee Young Park
Seon-Hwa Lee
Mi Hyun Kim
Sophie Gustafson
Julieta Granada
Rachel Hetherington
Young Kim
Sun Ju Ahn
Nina Reis
Eun Hee Ji
Nicole Castrale
Marisa Baena
Soo-Yun Kang
Grace Park
II Mi Chung
Sherri Turner
Woo Ri Choi
Maria Hjorth
Heather Young
Lindsey Wright
Shi Hyun Ahn
Nancy Scranton
Silvia Cavalleri
Brandie Burton
Marcy Hart
Min Ji Son


68-67
69-70
68-71
66-73
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Young-A Yang
Kim Saiki
Soo Young Moon
Reilley Rankin
Lorie Kane
Eun A Lim
Bo Bae Song
Laura Diaz
Sarah Lee
Sun Young Yoo
V. Nirapathpongporn
Hae Jung Kim
Karen Stupples
Hyun Hee Moon
Meena Lee
Kyeong Bae
Laura Davies
Hye Jin Jung
Ran Hong
Amy Hung
Ga Na Lee
Diana D'Alessio


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Charles Schwab Cup
Saturday
At Sonoma Golf Club
Sonoma, Calif.
Purse: $2.5 million


Yardage: 7,103
Third Round


Jim Thorpe
Loren Roberts
Tom Kite
Jay Haas
Bob Gilder
Gil Morgan
Andy Bean
Tom Watson
Keith Fergus
Eduardo Romero
Bruce Lietzke
Des Smyth
Tom Jenkins
Craig Stadler
R.W. Eaks
Hale Irwin
Brad Bryant
Don Pooley
Lonnie Nielsen
Bobby Wadkins
Dana Quigley
Morris Hatalsky
D.A. Weibring
Tom Purtzer
Mark McNulty
David Edwards
Scott Simpson
Allen Doyle
John Harris


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Buffalo
Montreal
Toronto
Ottawa
Boston


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HOCKEY
NHL Standings
All Times EDT
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W LOT PtsG
jersey 6 4 1 132
rgh 6 3 0 123
landers 4 4 2 10 2
angers 4 5 0 8
elphia 2 7 1 52


GF
28
33
26
32
20


Northeast Division
W LOT Pts GF
10 0 1 21 53
5 2 3 13 34
5 4 3 13 40
5 5 0 10 33
3 5 1 7 19
Southeast Division
W LOT Pts GF


Atlanta 8 1 3 19 45
Carolina 5 5 2 12 40
Florida 5 6 2 12 36
Tampa Bay 5 5 0 10 31
Washington 3 2 4 10 31
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division
W LOT Pts GF
Nashville 5 3 1 11 32
Detroit 5 4 1 11 26
Chicago 4 5 0 8 32
St. Louis 3 3 2 8 20
Columbus 3 5 1 7 19
Northwest Division


W LOT
Minnesota 9 1 0
Vancouver 7 4 1
Edmonton 6 4 0
Colorado 4 4 2
Calgary 3 4 1
Pacific Division
W LOT
Anaheim 7 0 3
Dallas 8 2 0
San Jose 7 4 0
Los Angeles 3 7 2
Phoenix 3 8 0


Pts GF
18 32
15 32
12 29
10 33
7 21

Pts GF
17 32
16 32
14 36
8 23
6 25


Two points for a win, one point for over-
time loss or shootout loss.

Friday's Games
Columbus 2, Los Angeles 0
Minnesota 3, Anaheim 2, SO
Detroit 4, Dallas 3
Vancouver 3, Washington 2, SO
Saturday's Games


Atlanta 5, Buffalo 4, SO
Boston 2, Ottawa 1
Carolina 6, Tampa Bay 4
Toronto 5, Montreal 4, SO
N.Y. Islanders 4, Florida 3, SO
Pittsburgh 8, Philadelphia 2
New Jersey 1, Columbus 0
Detroit at St. Louis, late.
Los Angeles at Dallas, late
Anaheim at Chicago, late
N.Y. Rangers at Phoenix, late.
Washington at Edmonton, late
Nashville at Calgary, late
Sunday's Games
San Jose at Tampa Bay, 5 p.m.
Minnesota at Colorado, 8 p.m.
Monday's Games
Chicago at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Atlanta at Toronto, 7:30 ,.ni.
Anaheim at St. Louis, 8 p.m.
Washington at Calgary, 9 p.m.
N.Y. Rangers at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m.

BASKETBALL

Red Auerbach Coaching Record
Regular Season
W L Pct. Fin
1946-47 Wash. (BAA) 49 11 .817 1
1947-48 Wash. (BAA) 28 20 .583 4
1948-49 Wash. (BAA) 38 22 .633 1
1949-50 Tri-Cities 28 29 .491 3
1950-51 Boston 39 30 .565 2
1951-52 Boston 39 27 .591 2
1952-53 Boston 46 25 .648 3
1953-54 Boston 42 30 .583 t2
1954-55 Boston 36 36 .500 3
1955-56 Boston 39 33 .542 2
1956-57 Boston 44 28 .611 1
1957-58 Boston 49 23 .681 1
1958-59 Boston 52 20 .722 1
1959-60 Boston 59 16 .787 1
1960-61 Boston 57 22 .722 1
1961-62 Boston 60. 20 .750 1
1962-63 Boston 58 22 .725 1
1963-64 Boston 59 21 .738 1
1964-65 Boston-y 62 18 .775 1
1965-66 Boston 54 26 .675 1
Totals 938 479 .662
y-NBA Coach of the Year
Playoffs
W L Pct.
1947 Washington (BBA) 2 4 .333

1949 Washington (BBA) 6 5 .545
1950 Tri-Cities 1 2 .333
1951 Boston 0 2 .000
1952 Boston 1 2 .333
1953 Boston 3 3 .500
1954 Boston 2 4 .333
1955 Boston 3 4 .429
1956 Boston 1 2 .333
1957 Boston-x 7 3 .700
1958 Boston 6 5 .545
1959 Boston-x 8 3 .727
1960 Boston-x 8 5 .615
1961 Boston-x 8 2 .800
1962 Boston-x 8 6 .571
1963 Boston-x 8 5 .615
1964 Boston-x 8 2 .800
1965 Boston-x 8 4 .667
1966 Boston-x 11 6 .647
Totals 99 69 .444
Overall Total 1037 548 .654
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AUTO RACING
NASCAR Bass Pro Shops
MBNA 500 Uneup
Race Sunday
At Atlanta Motor Speedway
Hampton, Ga.
Lap length: 1.54 miles
(Car number in parentheses)
1. (17) Matt Kenseth, Ford, owner points.
2. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, owner
points.
3. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet,
owner points.
4. (11) Denny Hamlin, Chevrolet, owner
points.
5. (31) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, owner
points.
6. (8) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet,
owner points.
7. (6) Mark Martin, Ford, owner points.
8. (9) Kasey Kahne, Dodge, owner
points.
9. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, owner
points.
10. (5) Kyle Busch, Chevrolet, owner
points.
11. (20) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, owner
points.
12. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, owner
points.
13. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, owner points.
14. (42) Casey Mears, Dodge, owner
points.
15. (25) Brian Vickers, Chevrolet, owner
points.
16. (2) Kurt Busch, Dodge, owner points.
17. (12) Ryan Newman, Dodge, owner
points.
18. (07) Clint Bowyer, Chevrolet, owner
points.
19. (10) Scott Riggs, Dodge, owner
points.
20. (43) Bobby Labonte, Dodge, owner
points.
21. (1) Martin Truex Jr., Chevrolet, owner
points.
22. (26) Jamie McMurray, Ford, owner
points.
23. (88) Dale Jarrett, Ford, owner points.
24. (41) Reed Sorenson, Dodge, owner
points.
25. (38) David Gilliland, Ford, owner
points.
26. (22) Dave Blaney, Dodge, owner
points.
27. (96) Tony Raines, Chevrolet, owner
points.
28. (66) Jeff Green, Chevrolet, owner
points.
29. (7) Robby Gordon, Chevrolet, owner
points.
30. (18) J.J. Yeley, Chevrolet, owner
points.
31. (01) Joe Nemechek, Chevrolet,
owner points.
32. (21) Ken Schrader, Ford, owner
points.
33. (40) David Stremme, Dodge, owner
points.
34. (19) Elliott Sadler, Dodge, owner
points.
35. (14) Sterling Marlin, Chevrolet, owner
points.
36. (37) Bill Elliott, Dodge,
attempts/owner points.
37. (45) Kyle Petty, Dodge,


attempts/owner points.
38. (32) Travis Kvapil, Chevrolet,
attempts/owner points.
39. (55) Michael Waltrip, Dodge,
attempts/owner points.
40. (4) Todd Bodine, Chevrolet,
attempts/owner points.
41. (49) Mike Bliss, Dodge,
attempts/owner points.
42. (61) Kevin Lepage, Chevrolet,
attempts/owner points.
43. (78) Kenny Wallace, Chevrolet,
attempts/owner points.
Failed to Qualify
44. (74) Derrike Cope, Dodge,
attempts/owner points.
45. (27) Kirk Shelmerdine, Chevrolet,
attempts/owner points.
46. (72) Mike Skinner, Chevrolet,
attempts/owner points.
47. (84) A.J. Allmendinger, Dodge,
attempts/owner points.


WARRIORS

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well finishing it."
Seven Rivers coach Tim
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Warriors coach Tim
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Taking it to the streets


Associated Press
David M. Walker, comptroller general of the U.S. Government Accountability Office, speaks Sept. 28 during a Fiscal Wake-Up Tour public meeting at the
LBJ School of Public Affairs in Austin, Texas. The Fiscal Wake-Up Tour Is sponsored b)ythe Concord Coalition, a nonpartisan grassroots organization dedi-
cated to informing the public about the need for generationally responsible fiscal policy.

Fiscal roadshow aims to warn Americans offiancial troubles looming in distance


MATT CRENSON
Associated Press

ning for office.
"This is about the future of our coun-
try, our kids and grandkids," the comp-
troller general of the United States
warns a packed hall at Austin's historic Driskill
Hotel. "We the people have to rise up to make
sure things get changed."
But Walker doesn't want, or need, your vote
this November He already has a job as head of
the Government Accountability Office, an inves-
tigative arm of Congress that audits and evalu-
ates the performance of the federal government
Basically, that makes Walker the nation's
accountant-in-chief. And the accountant-in-
chief's professional opinion is that the American
public needs to tell Washington it's time to steer
the nation off the path to financial ruin.
From the hustings and the airwaves this cam-
paign season, America's political class can be
heard debating Capitol Hill sex scandals, the
wisdom of the war in Iraq and which party is
tougher on terror Democrats and Republicans
talk of cutting taxes to make life easier for the
American people.
The dirty little secret
What they don't talk about is a dirty little
secret everyone in Washington knows, or at least
should. The vast majority of economists and
budget analysts agree: The ship of state is on a
disastrous course, and will founder on the reefs
of economic disaster if nothing is done to correct
it.
There's a good reason politicians don't like to
talk about the nation's long-term fiscal prospects.
The subject is short on political theatrics and
long on complicated economics, scary graphs
and very big numbers. It reveals serious prob-
lems and offers no easy solutions. Anybody who
wanted to deal with it seriously would have to
talk about raising taxes and cutting benefits,
nasty nostrums that might doom any candidate
who prescribed them.
"There's no sexiness to it," laments Leita Hart-
Fanta, an accountant who has just heard
Walker's pitch. She suggests recruiting a trusted
celebrity maybe Oprah to sell fiscal respon-
sibility to the American people.
Walker doesn't want to make balancing the
federal government's books sexy, he just wants to
make it politically palatable. He has committed
to touring the nation through the 2008 elections,
talking to anybody who will listen about the fis-
cal black hole Washington has dug itself, the
"demographic tsunami" that will come when the
baby boom generation begins retiring and the
recklessness of borrowing money from foreign
lenders to pay for the operation of the U.S. gov-
ernment.
"He can speak forthrightly and independently
because his job is not in jeopardy if he tells the
truth," said Isabel V Sawhill, a senior fellow in
economic studies at the Brookings Institution.
Walker can talk in public about the nation's
impending fiscal crisis because he has one of the
most secure jobs in Washington. As comptroller
general of the United States basically, the gov-
ernment's chief accountant he is serving a 15-


year term that runs through 2011.
This year, Walker has spokai to the Union
League Club of Chicago and tli Rotary Club of
Atlanta, the Sons of the Ameican Revolution
and the World Future Society.Aht the backbone
of his campaign has been th Fiscal Wake-up
Tour, a traveling roadshow t" economists and
budget analysts who share Wlker's concern for
the nation's budgetary future,
"You can't sblve a problem tntil the majority of
the people believe you hae- a problem that
needs to be solved," Walker ays.
Polls suggest that Americas have only a vague
sense of their governments long-term fiscal
prospects. When pollsters ask Americans to
name the most important problem facing
America today as a C)S News/New York
Times poll of 1,131 Americas did in September
- issues such as the war irIraq, terrorism, jobs
and the economy are nmst frequently men-
tioned. The deficit doesn't ven crack the top 10.
Yet on the rare occasions that pollsters ask
directly about the deficit, it least some people
appear to recognize it as problem. In a survey


You can't s)lve a problem
until the majority of people
believe you ha'e a problem
that needs to bi solved.

/David M. Walker
comptroller general of the U.S.
Go rnment Accountability Office.

of 807 Americans last ar by the Pew Center for
-the People and the Piss, 42 percent of respon-
dents said reducing te deficit should be a top
priority; another 38 percent said it was impor-
tant but a lower priority.
Making politicians act
So the majority of he public appears to agree
with Walker that the deficit is a serious problem,
but only when theye made to think about it
Walker's challenge to get people not just to
think about it, bufto pressure politicians to
make the hard choes that are needed to keep
the situation from spiraling out of control.
To show that thdooming fiscal crisis is not a
partisan issue, hearings along economists and
budget analysts fion across the political spec-
trum. In Austin, hls accompanied by Diane Lim
Rogers, a liberal bonomist from the Brookings
Institution, and Alson Acosta Fraser, director of
the Roe Institutebr Economic Policy Studies at
the Heritage Foodation, a conservative think
tank.
"We al' agre bn what the choices are and
what the numbers are," Fraser says.
Their basic message is this: If the United
States governnnt conducts business as usual
over the next few decades, a deficit that is
already $8.5 tr ion could reach $46 trillion or
more, adjusted for inflation. That's almost as
much as the total net worth of every person in
America Bii Gates, Warren Buffett and those
Google guys idluded.


A hole that big could paralyze the U.S. econo-
my; according to some projections, just the inter-
est payments on a debt that big would be as much
as all the taxes the government collects today.
And every year that nothing is done about it,
Walker says, the problem grows by $2 trillion to
$3 trillion.
People who remember Ross Perot's rants in
the 1992 presidential election may think of the
federal debt as a problem of the past But. it
never really went away after Perot made it an
issue, it only took a breather.
The federal government actually produced a
surplus for a few years during the 1990s, thanks
to a booming economy and fiscal restraint
imposed by laws that were passed early in the
decade. And though the federal debt has grown
in dollar terms since 2001, it hasn't grown dra-
matically relative to the size of the economy.
Big three entitlements
But that's about to change, thanks to the coun-
try's three big entitlement programs Social
Security, Medicaid and especially Medicare.
Medicaid and Medicare have grown progressive-
ly more expensive as the cost of health care has
dramatically outpaced inflation over the past 30
years, a trend that is expected to continue for at
least another decade or two.
And with the first baby boomers becoming eli-
gible for Social Security in 2008 and for
Medicare in 2011, the expenses of those two pro-
grams are about to increase dramatically due to
demographic pressures. People are also living
longer, which makes any program that provides
benefits to retirees more expensive.
Medicare already costs four times as much as
it did in 1970, measured as a percentage of the
nation's gross domestic product It currently
comprises 13 percent of federal spending; by
2030, the Congressional Budget Office projects it
will consume nearly a quarter of the budget
Economists Jagadeesh Gokhale of the
American Enterprise Institute and Kent
Smetters of the University of Pennsylvania have
an even scarier way of looking at Medicare.
Their method calculates the program's long-
term fiscal shortfall the annual difference
between its dedicated revenues and costs over
time.
By 2030 they calculate Medicare will be about
$5 trillion in the hole, measured in 2004 dollars.
By 2080, the fiscal imbalance will have risen to
$25 trillion. And when you project the gap out to
an infinite time horizon, it reaches $60 trillion.
Medicare so dominates the nation's fiscal
future that some economists believe health care
reform, rather than budget measures, is the best
way to attack the problem.
"Obviously, health care is a mess," says Dean
Baker, a liberal economist at the Center for
Economic and Policy Research, a Washington
think tank "No one's been willing to touch it, but
that's what I see as front and center"
Social Security is a much less serious problem.
The program currently pays for itself with a 12.4
percent payroll tax, and even produces a surplus
that the government raids every year to pay
other bills. But Social Security will begin to run
deficits during the next century, and ultimately
would need an infusion of $8 trillion if the
Please see STREETS/Page 4C


Mike Wright
WRIGHT
ON TARGET


It's time for

roost rulers

to eat crow

In the category of be care-
ful who you're friends
with, comes one certain e-
mail sent in early September
by someone who believes he
has the pulse of politics in this
community, but obviously does
not
This person was summariz-
ing a meeting conducted the
day before by people who want
a county commission candi-
date to win.
The e-mail's author laid out
a strategy for this candidate,
apparently from the discus-
sion from the meeting the day
before. The meeting occurred
in a Homosassa restaurant and
the candidate was not invited.
I'm not mentioning the can-
didate nor the e-mail's author
and there's a reason for that,
which I'll get to in a minute.
Not only did this e-mail lay
out a campaign strategy, it also
insulted builders for having
the audacity to oppose impact
fees.
The e-mail also read that
someone from the group
referred to voters who did not
support their candidate as
"morons and idiots."
"The right word," the author
wrote, "is 'uninformed.'"
Uninformed, indeed.
When I spoke to the candi-
date, he was horrified to learn
that this e-mail had seen the
light of day. He also distanced
himself big time from its con-
tents.
I'm not mentioning his name
because that would be unfair.
It's not his fault people decid-
ed to meet on his behalf and
one was dumb enough to put
the outcome in writing.
I'm also not mentioning the
author for a different reason:
He and his ilk a handful of
anti-everythings think they
have this county by the shoe-
string and can run roughshod
over people who think differ-
ently
Know how TV doesn't show
the shirtless drunks who run
out on the baseball diamond
during the game because that
only gives them the attention
they seek? I'm using the same
approach. These anti-growth,
anti-builder, anti-develop-
ment, anti-anything citizens
deserve to remain nameless
and faceless.
First of all, the idea is laugh-
able that the group behind this
e-mail is comprised of political
operatives. Let's call them
what they are: grouches. They
offer not one iota of thought
about how to make Citrus
County a better place to live in
the years to come. If it isn't
negative, it doesn't come from
their mouths.
Plus, who in thein right mind
writes secrets in an e-mail
these days? While this was
sent before the Congressman
Foley scandal, I know it's been
drilled in our heads at the
Chronicle that we should not
send an e-mail or reply to one
without believing that the
whole world will see it
The e-mail in question obvi-
ously was not sent to me, but I
got a copy of it I also know oth-
ers have seen it, as well. So if
I'm a candidate and a support-
er was using such poor judg-
ment, I'd tell that person to
knock it off pronto.
Naturally, the people behind
this e-mail don't think in those
terms. For them, it's fire the
volleys and don't consider the
targets.
A few months back I wrote of
my observation that Citrus
County suffers from a
deplorable lack of leaders.
People who should be stepping
up for the greater good are

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After 3 excavation sites, they become just a pile of rocks


A s you regular
readers are
aware, Cheryl
and I recently cele-
brated our 40th wed-
ding anniversary
with a trip to Greece.
This column is the
third in a series
based on our tour.
The adventure Fred B
included both land A Sl
and sea portions; OF I
one segment was a
.bus tour and the
other was a cruise.
After spending two very
informative and enormously
enjoyable days in Athens, we
hit the road.


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Bus tours are
always interesting;
not only the sights
you see, but the folks
with whom you see
them. For me, any
such endeavor starts
S with an evaluation of
two primary issues:
Is the bus reasonably
cannen comfortable? Will
.ICE Cheryl and I be com-
,I FE patible with our trav-
el companions?
In this case, the
answer to both questions was
affirmative. The bus had com-
fortable seats, it was air-condi-
tioned and had an emergency
bathroom facility. The other


tour members were a grand
mixture of people from various
parts of the U.S.A. with some
Canucks mixed in. As a group,
we all became comfortable
with the bus and each other
right away.
Once we left Athens, the
scenery and the ambience
changed dramatically Re-
gardless of its ethnic charm,
Athens is a big city. Once we
were out of the city, at least for
me, a country boy from
Florida, the charm of Greece
was greatly enhanced.
During a four-day period we
visited Mycenae, Epidaurus,
Nauplia, Olympia and Delphi.
We crossed the spectacular


Corinth Canal and passed by
Thessalonica.
Speaking of Corinth and
Thessalonica, during this trip I
came to understand why much
of the New Testament was orig-
inally written in Greek. It's
because the folks doing the
writing were writing to Greeks!
The countryside was fabu-
lous. Our route took us along the
sea coast and up into the
Arkadian Mountains. On many
occasions, the vistas were of
green mountains moving down
to join an azure sea, both
framed by a clear blue sky. The
beauty of it all was breathtak-
ing.
As a kid, I enjoyed reading


about Greek mythology and
about the wonders of the
ancient world. But in my mind
such things were limited in
size, essentially no bigger than
the paper on which they were
printed. Seeing the excavation
sites and the remnants of those
long ago architectural and
artistic masterpieces made it
so much more impressive -
reality far exceeded my imagi-
nation.
I must admit there's just so
much the mind can absorb. The
excavations we visited included
the site of the original Olympic
games and the remains of
Agamemnon's royal palace and
much more. There were several


magnificent museums with so
many artifacts it all began to
blur in the brain.
Someone said, "After seeing
three excavation sites, all of
the rest become just another
pile of rocks!"
Perhaps that's true, but after
returning home, looking at
photographs and digesting the
magnitude what we saw, we've
concluded that each and every
rock was worth the effort to see
it!
Next week, it's all aboard for

a cruise to the Greek Islands!
Fred Brannen is an
Inverness resident and :


Amendment No. 6
I'm concerned about
Constitutional Amendment No.
6, increasing the homestead
exemption. I'm afraid every-
body's going to vote yes for
that because we certainly
would like it. But do they real-
ize there's a passage in there
that says it's for low-income
seniors? I think this amend-
ment should include everyone
on a fixed income or every-
one, period.
All seniors
I'm calling in regards to
Constitutional Amendment
Article 7, Section 6, Article 7,
Section 26, in regards to the
low-income seniors exemption.
I disagree that the words "low
income" should be involved. I
believe the exemption should
be for all seniors 65 and older,
since they are living on a fixed
income regardless of what
their pensions have afforded
them. So "low income" doesn't
do it for me. It would have to
be for all senior citizens.
Shades of meaning
I get annoyed when the
Republicans say "liberal
Democrat." Ginny Brown-Waite
is liberal to big business, rich
people, Big Oil, pharmaceutical
companies, to name a few. Our
property taxes, property insur-
ance and medical insurance
have skyrocketed. Ginny Brown-
Waite doesn't know what living
from paycheck to paycheck is.
Her answer would be to vote
for another $3,000 cost-of-liv-
ing raise for herself.
Rattled by road
Until they fix the road (U.S.)
19 between Crystal River and
Homosassa, I'm not going to
drive on the right-hand side
and have my BMW completely
having to be realigned because
of the potholes. It has to be
resurfaced. So I'm going to
stay in the passing lane. So if
you get behind me and are
upset that I'm in that lane, it's
not my fault the road is not in


good shape. I'm not going to
take my expensive car and have
it rattled to death on the other
side.
Bikers preferred
It is Wednesday, Oct. 18.
This is in regards to two of,
your Sound Offs, "Tourists out"
and "Bikers not wanted." I
would much rather have bikers,
come to our little town instead \'
of snowbirds. The people call-
ing should grow up because
I'm sure that they're older peo-
ple themselves. Me being 25,
I've lived in Citrus County all of
my life and have seen the way
these snowbirds are taking over
everything. I'd much rather
have bikers come in for a week-
end or two and do their thing
- there is nothing wrong with
bikers instead of the older
people who keep moving into
this county, congesting it, tak-
ing away younger people's jobs,
etc. The snowbirds and the
people who weren't born here,
haven't been raised here, need
to keep their mouths shut
about the tourists. Tourists are
everywhere and there's nothing
that anyone's going to be able
to do about it.
Fight crime
Just watched my news on TV
and Citrus County's crime rate
increased more than 18 per-
cent the largest increase in
the Bay area when most
other counties have decreased.
Maybe the sheriff should be
fighting drugs, gangs and other
crimes instead of closing game
rooms and chasing the senior
citizens away from having a
good time.
Severe law
Thanks to the new anti-ter-
rorism bill which has just been
signed into law that of
which John McCain is so proud
- if you or I make a donation
to a charitable organization
and if that charitable organiza-
tion, whether knowingly or
unknowingly, passes money
onto a group that later is deter-
mined to be terrorist-connect-


ed, then you or I can be arrest-
ed, thrown in prison for the
rest of our lives without being
charged with a crime, without
being allowed to see an attor-
ney, without an opportunity to
come to trial or face our accus-
ers, and that would be it. There
*is no recourse. That's the law.
You are a terrorist.
Let people pray
In response to "Other, reli-
gions," Oct. 18: I wonder how,
say, in Iraq, the Muslims would
react to Christians praying any-
where in public. It seems'some
other religions can't see past
the end of their nose. When
will all religions learn to let
people pray as they may? Most
of the wars in this world have
some religious connection that
makes one group want to kill
another. My religion should be
my business; your religion
should be yours. I don't think
we should get all bent out of
shape and start blowing up
people or cutting off heads.
God wants us to love one
another. I think the Ten
Commandments hits the needs
of all religions. So get a life
and get back to God. He does-
n't teach that we should kill or
hate each other, unless you fol-
low sick teachings ... This may
hurt someone's sensitivities,
but thank you.
Big joke for city
Everyone likes a good laugh,
and a big joke is now going on
in Inverness. It wopild be much
funnier if it was not wasting
our tax money. The big joke is
the construction going on and
off on U.S. 41 South.
Barricades all over the almost-
finished road, blocking and
confusing drivers. Build a sec-'.
tion and come back and tear it
up, digging holes here and
there. One finished coat of
blacktop and the road would
be done, but I guess planting
bushes and trees and putting -
up fences is more important,..
No, there's no way to enter
some businesses except by U-


230-1029 SUCRN
ATTENTION: NOT FOR PROFIT HOUSING DEVELOPERS

NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY
FY2006-2007 Not For Profit Strategy

The Board of County Commissioners of Citrus County is pleased to announce the
availability of 2006-2007 State Housing Initiative Partnership funds for eligible
not-for-profit housing developers These funds will be used to assist with the
construction or rehabilitation of homes sold by not for profit housing
developers to families having incomes within 60% of the County's
median income, adjusted for family size. A total of $175,000 is available.

A maximum of $25,000 may be spent per unit. Funds may be used to pay
development fees, or to offset the cost of construction. As long as the home stays
part of the affordable housing stock, no money will have to be repaid to the
County.

Eligible Activities

A maximum of $25,000 is available per unit. Funds may be used to offset
development costs. Eligible costs include impact fees, i.e. water and sewer fees,
building permit fees, and other reasonable and customary fees charged by
governmental entities. Other eligible activities include hard construction costs
directly associated with lot development such as septics, wells, and site prep. Any
remaining funds may be used to meet the energy conservation guidelines of the
program or to offset the cost of construction.

Application Process
Application packets are available at the Citrus County Division of Housing
Services, 3600 W. Sovereign Path, Suite 147, Lecanto, FL. 34461. Application
packets must be picked up in person. Completed applications must be returned to
the Division of Housing Services by 5:00 p.m. Thursday, November 28, 2006.
LATE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. The Division of Housing
Services will have three (3) business days to check the applications for
completeness. Applicants will have two(2) business days to correct any
deficiencies.

For further information, contact Joe Monroe, Director, Division of Housing
Services, 527-5377.
CB7662


turns. It's really a serious joke
and the concrete center curbs
and medians are very danger-
ous. Just four lanes with turn
lanes and no sidewalks, no
fences, no elaborate drainage
and no landscaping would have
been too simple, I guess. This
joke could have been finished
months ago.
Buckle up your purse
This is for women who are
shopping: Take the seatbelt
from the cart to use for chil-
dren, put it through your
pocketbook strap,'and this
willkdeter people from snatch-
ing your pocketbook. Keep an
eye on them; they're disap-
pearing in Citrus County out
of shopping carts. Just take
the strap from the baby seat
and put it through your pock-
etbook's strap. This really
deters them.
Toll road on ballot
Please, citizens of Citrus
County, call your congressmen
and call your county commis-
sioners. Let's get the toll road
on the ballot. Let us citizens
dedde once and for all.
Majority rules. Democracy -
wha a concept.
Create a strategy
I jist love the picture that's
on tli front page of the
Chronicle this morning. It's
the CQronicle political forum
and somebody's heavyset arm
is holling up a sign that says
"Cut aid run isn't a strategy."
Wel:[,. ee whiz, "stay tHe6'' ''
course isn't a strategy,
either.'


Squad car convention
Last Saturday, riding down
(U.S.) 19 past the Harley-
Davidson business, we counted
seven police cars parked in
front. We thought it was rather
extensive. On Sunday, there
were nine police cars parked
there. We just wondered, why
did they warrant so much pro-
tection and what are they
doing? We were wondering who
pays for all this police cover-
age.
Everlasting terror
The Republicans say we are
winning the war on terror. We
have not been attacked in the
United States for five years.
Open your eyes, folks. There
are different kinds of attacks.
We have been warned of
attacks on our football stadi-
ums. Time and time again, we
have raised our alert level.
Every time we increase the
alert level, we spend millions
and millions of taxpayers' dol-
lars. When that happens, the
terrorists just won another bat-
tle against us. I wonder if we
will win the war on terror just
like we've won the war on
crime and the war on drugs.
Get real, people. We will be
fighting this war for the rest of
our lives.
Loose dogs
I'd like to know why there
isn't animal control after 5
o'clock tonight ... Four dogs run
up and down the street with no
'leAshes. I'd' like to know what's
going on around here with
these dogs running around


town with no leash. Why can't
we have animal control after 5
o'clock at night? Get these dogs
picked off the street before
somebody gets bit.
Editor's note: Animal control is
not an emergency service and is
npot funded to operate round the
clock. If callers to Sound Off
would name the street where they
have seen dogs running loose,
animal control officers could
Check them during their rounds..
Better bikers :
This is in response to "Bikers
not wanted." I think if the per-
son who said that had any idea
what was going on, they'd find
out that the bikers have fewer"
arrests than do the college stu-
dents that come down there-for
spring break. They should want
the bikers around here. They're
a better class of people than '
those college kids. : 1,
Youngsters' place
To those of you who criticized
me: I didn't mean for the per-
son to give up their land in
regard to building a mini-stor-
age. What I meant was how
about building some kind of a:,
rec center where kids would piay
to get in? Have a game room, '
have a soda bar or a juice bar,
maybe dancing later on in the.'
evening for the older teens, but
where they would still make a
living by the game room and -
the fee to get into the place, as
well as the soda bar and juiceC
bar, and where the kids would"l
have a safe area to go and hang
out rather than on 'corners and
in parking lots, buying drugs.-
That's what I meant.


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COMMENTARY


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"Violence is counter-produc-
tive and produces changes of
a sort you don't Iwant.


OCTOBER 29, 2006


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

KEEP STUDENTS SAFE




Response to



gun threat was



appropriate one


It may be a new age in the
worst way.
Two weeks ago, we wit-
pessed a scenario that conjured
,up visions of the ultimate horror.
A, mother, angry about school
,officials calling her to come pick
up her daughter following a fra-
cas at the school, told school per-
sonnel by phone she had a gun
and was heading for the school
Land was going to kill someone.
Unfortunately, in today's socie-
ty it's not possible to even con-
sider that such an utterance
might be an empty threat made
by someone mo-
'nmentarily over- THE IS
taken by emotion
or just speaking Gun violence
irresponsibly. Dunnellon H
We have wit-
nessed massacres OUR OP
of children in our Take all sui
schools by de- serioi
ranged people,
,and we cannot YOUR OPIN
take such threats chronicleonline
even hints of ment about
such lightly. Chronicle
U., iUnlike 9/11,
--w\hat has happened to our schools
Pvas not due to a single event It
hias repeated itself too many
times. But like the 9/11 attacks that
commentatorss said changed our
'society, the slaughter in some of
our schools in recent years has
,Ilso changed us in a way once
unimaginable. Now our schools
_can be potential targets, precisely
.:because they are a gathering
,:place of innocents.
j It is the horror of horrors for
parents and it is an extremely
:troubling commentary on our
society not only because of the
Savagery, but because this
:-enemy comes from within.
i-:Z The principal at Dunnellon
-said the school staff had been
trained in how to respond in
Such circumstances and did so,
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and the Marion County Sheriff's
Office responded quickly to pro-
tect the school. Deputies inter-
cepted the woman, who is
charged with making the threat.
Neither she, nor her son, who
deputies said was also involved
in the threat, had weapons when
taken into custody.
For that we can be thankful -
this time. But it is a warning to
us that our school personnel
have to be able to respond to
such circumstances and
though it seems unthinkable, to
even more dangerous situations
involving life' and
;SUE: death.
It is a signal to
e threat at law enforcement
gh School. that it must be pre-
..- pared and trained
INION: for such responses,
-h threats and even more dire
isly. situations as we
have witnessed -
ION: Go to though we hope and
.com to corn- pray that will never
t today's happen again,
editorial. much less in our
community.
The woman and her son were
charged, at least initially, with
disruption of a school function,
which is a misdemeanor.
It takes no genius to see that
must be changed. A threat is a
form of. assault, and the state
Legislature must make any form
of threatening, planning, con-
spiring or attempting violence
on a school a very serious crime.
Let someone try to explain
what message it sends to allow
this to remain such a minor
infraction.
Yes, 9/11 changed us, but we
have at least faced that enemy.
Now, however, there is another
unspeakable nightmare also
lurking in the back of our con-,
sciousness, and it, too, needs to
be confronted.


CHRONICLE ENDORSEMENTS
To date. the Citrus Counti Chronicle has endorsed the following candi-
dates in the Nov. 7 general election.
' U.S. Senate Bill Nelson
0 U.S. House Ginny Brown-Waite
N Governor Charlie Crist
0 Attorney General Bill McCollum
E Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink
N Agriculture Commissioner Charles Bronson
0 Supreme Court Justice Lewis Yes, retain
N Supreme Court Justice Pariente Yes, retain
E Supreme Court Justice Quince Yes, retain
' Appeals Court Judge Thompson Yes, retain
0 Circuit Court, Group 29 Edward Scott
N Circuit Court, Group 31 Daniel Merritt
0 County Commission Dist. 2 Gary Bartell
a County Commission Dist. 4 John Thrumston
'1 School Board Dist. 1 --Lou Miele
N Crystal River mayor Roger Proffer
,1 Crystal River Council Seat 2 Phillip Price
U Inverness Council Seat 2-Jacquie Hepfer
* Inverness Council Seat 5 Thomas Johnson
( Inverness Charter Amendment 1 Yes
0 Inverness Charter Amendment 2 Yes '
0 Constitutional Amendment 1 Yes -
0 Constitutional Amendment 3 No
E Constitutional Amendment 4 Yes :
E Constitutional Amendment 6 No
0 Constitutional Amendment 7 No
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LETTERS to


Car giveaway
Why is the city dipping into
reserves to balance the budget and at
the same time giving away city vehi-
cles? ,
Yes, residents, our city council gave
away two police vehicles to another
city in Florida instead of selling them
at auction and putting the money
back into'the city coffers from whence
it came. The money the city operates
with belongs to the taxpayers not the
city council. Is it legal to do this with-
out putting the vehicles up for sale
first? Mayor Kitchen was the only
person on council to say it was not
right to give away taxpayer dollars.
The five voting members all voted for
it with no discussion.
Catherine Ebert
Crystal River

Losing your home
There is no question that taxes and
insurance have increased significant-
ly in Citrus County during the past
two or three years. However, the arti-
cles in the newspapers, on campaign
signs and TV ads, etc., say people are
losing their homes because of the tax
increase. I agree that insurance is
going up every year, but I don't under-
stand the comments on tax increases.
If you have a home and can claim
homestead exemption, the assessed
value can go up only 3 percent per
year. For example, my taxes went up
$22 from 2005 tax year to 2006 tax
year. If you can afford to own a house,
then you should be able to spend less,
than $2 per month to keep it.
What appears to be missing in these
articles is: 1. Do they have a home-
stead exemption? 2. When did they
purchase the house? 3. Have they
made major improvements to the


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board of the newspaper.
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house?
Those who purchased a new or
another home this past year should
have been aware of the possible
increase in property taxes. Then
there are those who don't live here
enough of the year to claim home-
stead exemption, so they will have to
learn to live with the tax increase.
Businesses should have some tax
relief mechanism if they have been
operating for more than two or three
years.
If you have unimproved property
that you have been holding for the
future as an investment, that is anoth-
er story. However, I'm sure that the
expenses (taxes) of keeping the land
for a future sale will be more than
recouped in the selling price.
M.C. Gibbs
Citrus Springs


the Editor


Wear your medals
The Honorable R. James Nichol-
son, Secretary of Veterans Affairs and
leaders of major veteran's organiza-
tions has called on America's veter-
ans to help kindle a new spark of
patriotism on Veterans Day by wear-
ing the medals they earned during
military service.
"We are announcing a Veterans
Pride Initiative to remind Americans
of the pride and honor in the hearts
of those who have served," Nicholson
said. "We expect Americans will see
our decorated heroes unite in spirit
at ceremonies, in parades and else-
where as a compelling symbol of
courage and sacrifice on Veterans
Day, the day we set aside to thank
those who served and safeguarded
our national security."
If you are a veteran who served this
country in its time of need, please
wear your decorations. Put them on
your hat, shirt, jacket or whatever you
so desire. Better yet, drag out that old
uniform and adorn it with your serv-
ice medals. It does not matter
whether you have two or 50, you
served America and you are a hero.
There will be a parade on Veterans
Day, Nov. 11, in downtown Inverness.
Come out and walk in the parade, or
if unable to walk, contact your local
veterans' organization for assistance.
Join your fellow heroes and be hon-
ored by our grateful citizens.
Afterwards, go to the many veterans'
organizations, such as our VFW Post,
and be in harmony once again with
your fellow heroes. You deserve it
God Bless America and our
Veterans.
John Stewart
VFW Post 4252
Lecanto


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--Letters to the &yi;o l- - -


Class warfare
On Oct 5, I attended a debate between Rep.
Ginny Brown-Waite and challenger John
Russell, sponsored by the West Pasco Chamber
of Commerce at the Pasco-Hernando
Community in Newport Ritchie, and I was
appalled. I have continually defended the print
press, insisting it maintained its integrity
instead of selling out like the rest of the media.
But the moderator, Tom Jackson of the Tampa
' Tribune, proved me wrong. His questions were
more like Bush administration policy state-
, ments.
SIn one of his pseudo questions, Jackson ram-
bled on at great length with statistics proving
the wealthy were paying all the taxes while the
*,rest rode free. Russell responded that, because
- of the Bush tax cuts, we have already achieved
the "Fair Tax" GBW advocates, placing the bur-
den on working people. Those deriving income
from capital gains and dividends pay 15 per-
cent, far less than the working middle class.
Waite accused Russell of waging class war-
fare, saying people want lower taxes and more
money has come into the federal government
and lower taxes created jobs. Russell said that
the class warfare is waged on working people
because wages haven't kept up with the cost of
living. There are many taxes in addition to the
income tax, sales tax, gas tax and property tax
to which renters contribute. He said the mid-
die class is shrinking into the ranks of the poor
and America is on the brink of becoming a feu-
dal state.
Waite countered that people in this district
believe the economy is doing well. For the
retired, investments are earning enough
Money. Cutting capital gains means more
money for a second home or a rental home.
Russell reminded that all retirees are not liv-
ing off investments. Some are living off their
Social Security.
Jackson and Waite said there were many
more Americans employed. Russell replied the
stock market is not the economy
District 5 is huge and gerrymandered.
Russell isn't getting any money from
Tallahassee so this election will be about
Ginny Brown-Waite, her votes and her fealty to
the Bush administration.
Mary B. Gregory
Homosassa

for failure
I would like to thank June Quick for really
making my day! I think it is safe to say that my
letter to the editor about Katherine Harris
scared her enough to write a rebuttal, and it
pleased me very much, anyone that reads the
Chronicle daily knows that she is one of a
small minority who constantly spouts negative,
mean spirited attacks against Marilyn Day and
anyone else who dares to speak out against the
Republican Party.
June Quick, I am a proud American and I
have been a registered voter from the age of
18. I vote every election that I can, and con-
trary to your beliefs, I do not vote exclusively
for my party line. I vote for whom I believe by
their actions, are the best candidate for that
job. That is the intelligent thing to do.
By your own admission you vote strictly
Republican. That tells me that you do not have
views of your own. Hey, according to you, all
politicians are corrupt so why not?
I am really tired of Republicans like Quick
who constantly badmouth and bully anyone
who dares to speak out against them.
Especially since they are doing the worst job
imaginable running our country! It just does
not work anymore, the lies about weapons of
mass destruction and the spins of statements
like "Mission Accomplished." The Republican
party gets a resounding "F" for failure on the
American report card and anyone who doubts
that only need to look at President Bush's.
approval polls, always lowland going lower
every day.
E. G. Yerian
Homosassa

Zero deficit possible
The 2006 Deficit is $247.7 billion.
President Bush seemed proud that it was
lower than forecast But, in my opinion, it
would have been zero if Congress had prudent-
ly managed our business while doing so little.
There are so many ways that they could have
saved money:
Pay drug companies less for Part D; less
pure waste; remove out-dated subsidies; have
less people; reduce fringe benefits; not take
raises; cut expense accounts; allow only ear-
marks needed by the government; close mili-
tary bases the military says they don't need,
etc., etc., etc.
I hope voters will elect people to the vacant
seats who will concentrate on this subject -


STREETS
Continued from Page 1C

government planned to keep its
promises to every beneficiary
Calculations by Boston
University economist Law-
rence Kotlikoff indicate that
closing those gaps $8 trillion
for Social Security, many times
that for Medicare and paying
off the existing deficit would
require either an immediate
doubling of personal and cor-
porate income taxes, a two-
thirds cut in Social Security
and Medicare benefits, or some
combination of the two.
Our credit problem
Why is America so fiscally
unprepared for the next centu-
ry? Like many of its citizens,
the United States has spent the
last few years racking up debt


not just Iraq, terror, Foley, abortion, etc.
We need to get to a balanced budget first
before addressing the other problems/opportu-
nities still facing our country.
Health care for 40 plus million, immigration
control, Katrina. victims, conserving fossil fuels,
reducing pollution, improving our environ-
ment, improving our world ranking on educa-
tion and improving future prospects for
Medicare and Social Security.
To make fast progress on those projects,
Congress needs to invest money, make loans or
otherwise help companies and people do what
is required.-Let's just demand that they pay for
it savings or income.
That would be the new direction that I
believe the polls are saying that the people
want. So, let's get it
Jack R. Ritchey
Crystal River

Trouble ahead
We have an emergency here which is not
new and hias been with us for a long time. It is
so vast in its implications to our everyday lives,
.that the war in Iraq, worldwide terrorism, the
coming presidential elections all pale into
insignificance.
I am referring to our rapidly growing aging
population. People are living longer which
is terrific, but with this nice scenario, comes a
need for more doctors, dentists, health care
workers, hospitals, nursing homes, etc.
Very few of these people who will need this
care are, or will be, able to handle the finan-
cial responsibility. This could mean a break-
down in their everyday way of life. How do
they pay for it? It would be like having $10 a
gallon gas. You need the gas to get to work,
shopping, taking the kids back and forth from
school, but what about buying groceries, paying
for utilities and replacing things which wear
out?
But getting back to basics, a solution must be
found,, and everyone needs to get involved.
Perhaps a groundswell of activity which would
include newspaper editors, national colum-
nists, top medical advisors, drug companies -
and oh yes our political parties who, at the
moment, are too busy taking care of their own
agendas.
Bob Hudspith
Sugarmill Woods

A terrorist view
If I were an Islamic terrorist leader, these
would be my thoughts: I'd be amused at all the
fuss over the pranks at Abu Garaib. I'd be
pleased that the international community and
many Americans accuse the Bush administra-
tion of war crimes because of this incident
The blow-up about Geneva Convention rights
for prisoners would be further support for my
belief that Western Civilization has no stomach
for war. My plan for captives, of course,
includes extreme torture, death and dismem-
berment Guantanamo Bay jail time looks like
rest and recuperation to me compared with my
current living quarters.
Watching CNN, I would take heart in seeing
the Americans fighting among themselves. I
would be cheering on the news media, editori-
al pundits and prominent Democrats as they
attack relentlessly the Commander in Chief,
undermining his support at home and crip-
pling his ability to wage war against me.
I would be praying for a victory for those
opposed to the war in Iraq so that the policies
of retreat, proposed by most Democrats, would
become America's response to attacks by me
and my allies. I would feel very hopeful that I
need only be patient and continue killing inno-
cents in Iraq until George Bush leaves office or
until a Democrat majority congress cuts off
funding to achieve victory for my cause.
I would wonder what became of the America
that could not be defeated while their people
and politicians of both parties backed their
president in times of war. Oh, and I'd be think-
ing that I'd simply behead those who opposed
me, were I ruler of the United States.
William L. Dixon
Inverness

Puzzle plea
You, no doubt, will remember that I don't
have much appreciation for your political bias,
but I do, nevertheless, enjoy the daily Sudoku
puzzle in the classified section. I urge you,
therefore, to caution whichever employee it is
to use greater caution in laying out those clas-
sified pages.
There have been several errors in the past
few weeks Saturday's and today's is a prime
example.
Ed Hiett
Hernando


instead of saving for the future.
Foreign lenders primarily
the central banks of China,
Japan and other big U.S. trad-
ing .partners have been
eager to lend the government
money at low interest rates,
making the current $8.5-trillion
deficit about as painful as a big
balance on a. zero-percent
credit card.
In her part of the fiscal wake-
up tour presentation, Rogers
tries to explain why that's a bad
thing. For one thing, even when
rates are low a bigger deficit
means a greater portion of
each tax dollar goes to interest
payments rather than useful-
programs. And because for-
eigners now hold so much of
the federal government's debt,
those interest payments
increasingly go overseas rather
than to U.S. investors.
More serious is the possibili-
ty that foreign lenders might


lose their enthusiasm for lend-
ing money to the United States.
Because treasury bills are sold
at auction, that would mean
paying higher interest rates in
the future. And it wouldn't just
be the government's problem.
All interest rates would rise,
making mortgages, car pay-
ments and student loans cost-
lier, too.
A modest rise in interest
rates wouldn't necessarily be a
bad thing, Rogers said.
America's consumers have as
much of a borrowing problem
as their government does, so
higher rates could moderate
overconsumption and encour-
age consumer saving. But a big
jump in interest rates could
cause economic catastrophe.
Some economists even predict
the government would resort to
printing money to pay off its
debt, a risky strategy that coOId
lead to runaway inflation.


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Fight amnesty
God bless all the legal immi-
grants that are in California and
against amnesty for all the ille-
gal immigrants. It is only fair to
all the others that came here
legally that we fight this
amnesty for the California peo-
ple that came there legally. Let's
do something about it, please.
Ban bicycles
I was just wondering if any-
one out there can tell me how
to get some kind of a group of
people together to put a stop to
bicycles riding on the highways.
We now have a new law that
says we have to stay 3 feet
from them as we pass. How
ridiculous is that? They don't
have to pay insurance. They
don't have to buy tags. Vehicles
cars and trucks are the
ones that belong on the high-
way, not bicycles. And I would
like to figure out how to put a
"stop to this. I, myself, am going
to write to Tallahassee, butI'm
only one person. I'd like to get
a lot of people behind me. They
need to get off the road.
Two-party corruption
As an independent voter, I'd
like to point out to the
Democrats that both the lead-
ers in the Congress and House
have been caught with their
hand in, the cookie jar. Nancy
..Pelosi: had to amend all her .
reports to the government on
trips she'd taken. She'd.,
received so many free trips
from lobbyists illegal ones
- but that's all right. She
reported it after she got
caught, but all's forgiven. Harry
Reid got caught taking cam-
paign money to buy gifts for
the people that work at the
Ritz-Carlton. That's where he
has a $700,000 condo. But
he's going to.put the money
,-back, so all will be forgotten
and all will be forgiven. Harry
Reid also received money from
Jack Abramoff. If the
Democrats-- and I know the
liberal ones that write in every
week will defend the Demo-
crats on this will look at it,
corruption's running wild on


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instead looking first at their
own good. Not everyone is like
that, but we're stuck in leader-
ship muck right now.
Jim Fowler's leaving the
county commission doesn't
help. Agree with him or not,
the man provides leadership. I
disagree with most of his posi-
tions but I never doubted his
sincerity.
Then there are others who
wake up each morning-hoping
to bring someone down by sun-


Macroeconomic meltdown is
probably preventable, says
Anjan Thakor, a professor of
finance at Washington Uni-.
versity in St Louis. But to keep
it at bay, he said, the govern-
ment is essentially going to
have to renegotiate some of the
promises it has made to its citi-
zens, probably by some combi-
nation of tax increases and
benefit cuts.
But there's no way to avoid
what Rogers considers the
worst result of racking up a big
deficit-the outrage of making
our children and grandchil-.
dren repay the debts of their
elders.
"It's an unfair burden for
future generations," she says.
You'd think young people
would be riled up over this
issue, since they're the ones
who will foot the bill when
they're out in the working
world. But students take more


both sides of the aisle. We
need to make changes, but
we'll never make them as long
as you only can see that the
corruption's on one side.
Ignoring consultants
I wonder if somebody could
explain to me why Citrus
County keeps hiring all these
consultants to the tune of sev-
eral thousand dollars all the
time, and then pays absolutely
no attention to them. It doesn't
make any sense. If the coun-
cil's going to do whatever it
pleases anyway, don't hire the
consultants. Save money; lower
taxes.
Amendment 3
Reading Hiaasen's article
today against Amendment 3 in
the upcoming election, he fails
to mention that there are mil-
lions of NRA members in the
state of Florida who are all
going to vote for Amendment 3
to protect our special interests
from people who share his spe-
cial interests. Evidently it's OK
if you have his viewpoint on
things, but we're not supposed
to have our own. Come on,
Carl, I've happily missed you
lately.
Ship out predators
One thing upsetting about
this county is the number of
sexual predators that reside
here. I went into the National'
Registry to research sex offend-
ers residing within five miles
from my residence. I count 46
offenders ... I do not profess to
understand how people's
minds operate, but what I do
understand is that this number
is astronomical. Instead of
everyone calling the Chronicle
for all sorts of mundane
issues, why is it that no one is
reacting to this situation?
Residents in this county need
to seriously respond to this
invasion. We need to press this
issue and put pressure so that
the authorities ship these per-
verts somewhere else. People
need to be educated about
this. People need to feel their
children are safe.


set They have no vision for
tomorrow other than to make it
worse than today for many peo-
ple.
Look. Builders are nervous
about impact fees. There's a
reason for that
They make their living, uh,
building things. If the govern-
ment places roadblocks, their
business hurts. They're wor-
ried about their families, their
employees and their liveli-
hood. That doesn't mean we
don't have serious discussions
about impact fees. It only
means that we put it into per-
spective.
Some naysayers in this coun-

interest in issues like the Iraq
war and gay marriage than the
federal government's finances,
says Emma Vernon, a member
of the University of Texas
Young Democrats.
"It's not something that can
fire people up," she says.
The current political climate
doesn't help. Washington tends
to keep its fiscal house in bet-
ter order when one party con-
trols Congress and the other is
in the White House, says
Sawhill.
"It's kind of a paradoxical
result. Your commonsense
logic would tell you if one party
is in control of everything they
should be able to take action,"
Sawhill says.
But the last six years of
Republican rule have pro-
duced tax cuts, record spend-
ing increases and a Medicare
prescription drug plan that has
been widely criticized as fiscal-


Beanie Babies
I'm looking for an organiza-
tion who could use Beanie
Babies and/or Beanie Buddies
to distribute to children. These
are from an adult's collection
and are unused and in brand-
new condition.
Disturbing calls
I don't understand why I get
solicitations for credit cards
and other miscellaneous
requests for my deceased hus-
band. He died Feb. 4, 1998j'
and he has never resided at my
current address. Perhaps
someone can enlighten me, for
this is very disturbing.
Troops' families
Support the troops. I just fin-
ished reading an article in the
San Diego Tribune. They have
two organizations set up where
military families of those serv-
ing in Iraq can get donated.
food, furniture and clothing,-
because our government is not
paying the service people
enough to survive in San Diego,
Calif.'s, overheated economy.
That's getting pretty bad when
we have to take up collections
to feed the families of the
troops, isn't it?
Patient parents
Wow, a caller's response to a
mother's frustrating plea-!
regarding her teenage daughter
was a disturbing onre. The:-"-
caller boasts that if the child
were theirs, her rear-end-ould
be as red as a baboon's. 1 hope
that caller is not actually par-
ent. Good parenting requires
patience and respect and
understanding, not violence..To
proudly state you would prefer
to beat your children and call it
discipline is an example of
some very frightening parent-
ing practices.
New coal plants
Before the editorial board
recommends new coal plants
in Crystal River, I hope they
write articles that they want:
the newest-possible technology
to prevent pollution, maybe like
the gasification plant in Tampa.


ty don't care about perspective
unless it's their perspective.
Their perspective is this:
Disagree with us and we'll
destroy your reputation, then
laugh while we're doing it.*
That isn't perspective. That's
mean-spirited. For this county
to grow as a community, that
nonsense must be pushed aside.
Starting now.


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

ly unsound. When President
Clinton faced a Republican
Congress during the 1990s,
spending limits and other leg-
islative tools helped produce a
surplus.
So maybe a solution is. at
hand. "We're likely to have at
least partially divided govern-
ment again," Sawhill said,
referring to predictions that the
Democrats will capture the
House, and possibly the Senate,
in next month's elections.
But Walker isn't optimistic
that the government will be
able to tackle its fiscal chal-
lenges so soon.
"Realistically what we hope
to accomplish through the fis-
cal wake-up tour is ensure.that
any serious candidate for the
presidency in 2008 will be
forced to deal with the issue,'
he says. "The best we're going
to get in the next couple of
years is to slow the bleeding."


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Radical party his personality, both consciously and uncon-
sciously, to meet his/her own expectations, as
During the last Democratic presidential pri- well as the expectations of others to achieve
mary, Howard Dean, in an effort to garner happiness.
.more support for his campaign, ranted and Generally, after spousal loss, there may be
raved that President Bush knew ahead of time interest in another companion. Then interper
-about the 9/11 attacks on the WTC and did sonal emotional and mental turbulence usual]
-nothing. Not a word or reference about begins and continues for the length of the rela
-Clinton's negligence that emboldened the ter- tionship, as two individuals seek happiness.
iorists to carry on such a barbaric assault. "Living together 101" is a complicated
Michael Moore, trying to subvert our process with concepts that open the doors to a
Constitutional electoral process, released a successful life relationship.
"'documentary" also alleging Bush's complicity Sustaining a relationship is not play time,
cowarin the 9/11 attacks. Again, no reference to the but rather an adventure in living that should
cowardice of the previous administration that involve a substantial amount of effort. Personu
failed to retaliate appropriately for previous adjustments of both individuals will be neces-
terrorist deeds (1993 WTC, our embassies in sary for finding the riches of a compatible rel
Africa, the USS Cole, etc.). tionship.
What was more despicable, however, was the Adjustments are most apt to come from lis-
-.Democratic leaders' refusal to disavow those tening rather than talking, and are best rein-
claims and to distance themselves from those forced by accepting each other's concerns and
radical ratings. Instead, they elected Howard feelings.
Dean, at Clinton's recommendation, to the Changes are best made if one can accept
chairmanship of the National Democratic their companion in a positive manner as a
,-Party. good person, however with likes and dislikes
More recently, an outspoken Bush basher, and conduct that may be far different from
: 'Harry Belafonte, called our president "the theirs.
-worst terrorist in the world" while accepting There is little room in a happy relationship
an award from Fidel Castro and his clone, for selfishness, and unselfishness is primal to
Hugo Chavez of Venezuela. Yesterday, Sept 20, the development of interpersonal intimacy
^Mr. Chavez, speaking at the United Nations, Unselfishness does not come with a dollar
stated that he still "smelled the sulfur from the price, but rather is a state of mind that is givir
'devil" (Mr. Bush) who had spoken there previ- in almost every element of daily living.
ously. Danny Glover, another outspoken Bush .
critic, applauded that speech and met with Mr. The real goal is for committed individuals t
,'Chavez right after, seek to find happiness for that one who has
a made a commitment to them. If there is a mas
I called Sen. Bill Nelson's campaign head- ter key, this is it!
quarters and asked his staff why neither the Couple happiness comes about because of a
senator nor other nationalDemocratic leaders Countl waons a a ecu o a
senator nor other nationalDemocratic leaders work of love of two caring, understanding, and
had issued any statement condemning any of committed individuals who manifest the true
the above deeds. Immediately, I was insulted meaningof the Greek word agapa, which
by being called a Republican and then a "liar"k wo gp, which
insisted that as a Democrat for moremeans perfect love, and is manifested by indi-
SI was viduals who have put their own ego in a proper
an 40 years and now an independent I was perspective so as to love others as they love
incensed until I remembered that even our themselves.
GaJocal Democratic Party leader recently wrote a
lJetter to the Chronicle calling Republicans Thq biblical quotation, "No greater love is
"worse than terrorists." It's frightening to think this that a person give his life for another," is
that the Democratic Party has nothing but radi- excitingly true!
Teal, leftist politicians to represent it William C. Young
gca That is what we can look forward to in the Crystal Rivw
SNovember elections.
Gino Calderone My country'
Beverly Hills During this time of uncertainty and danger,
we have troops on foreign soil, people here at
Gas conspiracy home in danger of terrorist attack, we have
those that are working very hard to divide
Our Republican campaign to lower gas America.
'prices just in time for elections is gaining
speed. We have convinced people to use less The first to come into my mind is
gas, thus ensuring that we have a surplus, caus- Congresswoman Pelosi, also The New York
inig prices to go down. Times and CNN, et al.
We thank all the people whom we convinced Instead of bringing ideas or programs for-
"not to drive as much (Democrats, Libertarian ward that would help they attack and try to
and all others). If not for your foolish conserv- pull down those with the responsibility of pro
ued r ng testing us all.
,ing of gas, we evil Republicans would have no testing us all.
way to drive down prices and trick people to To these entities I would like to bring forth
vote for us. words that stayed with me since I first read
Now you know that this is sarcasm for the them. They sustained my belief in this great
sake of proving a point! Are their people out republic during World War II, the Korean War,
,.there who actually think that we Republicans Vietnam and the Cold War If my memory of
-:have some how driven down prices to gain sup- their origin serves me correctly, they appeared
t ,,could have driven their cars around more and My country, inits intercourse with other
used more gas so as to drive up prices, causing nations, may she always be right Right or
everyone to be mad at the Republicans. This is wrong, my country.
a matter of basic economics and so easy to
understand how it works that even a Democrat Richard Roman
-,could do it (almost wanted to say caveman). Hernanc
Why are prices down? Simple the (evil)
'petroleum industry produced too much gas for Speaking, not saying
the summer driving season. We the people Listening to President Bush trying to speak
have chosen to drive less. This leaves excess at (um, umn, er, er) on Oct. 11: This man cannot
the end of the driving season. They must now give a speech without "It's hard work" or "Stay
-sell off the excess gas to make room for the the course" said over and over again. He does
,,,heating fuel. The best way to sell something is not answer questions directly or does not knov
.cto lower the price. the answer. He is one person who can spend
Other things factor in, like no hurricanes this more time saying nothing. He does, however,
summer, the restart of refineries as well as tells you how he feels and his opinions. What
OPEC not cutting back on production. About planet is he living on? Come back to the mess
>. the only thing that we (evil) Republican's could the U.S. is in. Help others, yes, but, I think we
have a hand in would be getting OPEC to not should have a president who looks to his coun
cut production (all we have to do is talk to our try first and not blame all the trouble in North
"'friend, Hugo Chavez). Korea and the Middle East on former adminis
trations. I can't wait to cast my vote.
Now if your Democratic mind still screams
conspiracyy, then just think. If that doesn't work, B. Dallenge
then just run around and scream enough is Invernes
,enough very loudly so we know who you are.
Vote Republican (because you're informed) Choosing a judge
,and help build a strong America that will not
be pushed around by lunatics. Someone made a post in the Sound Off col-

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Are we saving the river?


BURT ENo
Special to the Chronicle
D unnellon City Council-
man Jim Patterson
recently proposed rules
to curtail the opportunity of
non-residents to address the
council. Not only is this uncon-
stitutional but I felt it was
designed to quiet the opposi-
tion to the Rainbow River
Ranch development.
The council (but for one
member) has stood steadfastly
behind the desires of the devel-
oper, in spite of the public
(including many experts) show-
ing why the proposed develop-
ment would be very harmful to
the river.
The majority of the council
has riot been receptive to any
education or alternate propos-
als pertaining to this matter
and has, in fact, been rude and
disrespectful toward residents
and nonresidents alike who
have had the fortitude to speak.
in opposition to this develop-
ment
On Aug. 14, for instance,
when about 250 people showed'
up at city hall to oppose a city
agreement that would have
allowed the developer to clear-
cut the woods along a mile of
the river and build a boat mari-
na in the east Blue Cove, Mayor
John Taylor insulted and belit-


tled .several speakers, and
Councilman Charles Grant
ranted for more than a half
hour berating many residents
and non-residents alike.
Rainbow River Conservation
Inc. (RRC), which has more
than 250 paid members and
has been in existence since
1962, is a nonprofit corporation
registered in the city of
Dunnellon. RRC's sole objec-
tive is to protect the river and
its resident wildlife from harm.
RRC has been instrumental
in influencing the state to estab-
lish the Rainbow Springs State
Park and to purchase the
Griffitts property to add to the
park RRC has also been instru-
mental in getting the Rainbow
River classified as a Florida
Outstanding Water, an aquatic
preserve, and to be listed under
the Surface Water Improvement
and Management (SWIM) plan,
all of which should afford it spe-
cial protection.
However, the river is under
attack by greedy developers
who want lay waste to the river
in order to fatten their pocket-
books.
The Rainbow River Ranch
lies within the city of
Dunnellon, which has jurisdic-
tion over its development and
is responsible for enforcing
city codes pertaining to such a
development The developer


is supposed to submit a plan to
the city and have it approved
through a public hearing
process before any develop-
ment can begin.
In this instance, the develop-
er has not had a plan approved
but, nevertheless, proceeded to
cut trees along the banks of the
Rainbow River to create "view
sheds."
Complaints to the city man-
ager and the city council fell on
deaf ears. Regulations have not
been enforced and, Instead,
the council wishes to silence
the detractors of this develop-
ment.
What is going on? Why
would this city council give its
most valuable asset, the
Rainbow River, to a developer?
There is no suitable trade-off
because growth does not pay
for itself, especially when
there are no concessions from
the developer for added sewer
and water facilities or other
elements of infrastructure.
Guess who will have to foot the
bill for this fiasco.
Are we going to win the bat-
tle to save the river and, conse-
quently, the city? I don't know,
but we are going to keep trying.

Bert Eno is vice president
of the Rainbow River
Conservation Inc.


Campaign TRAIL


The Citrus County
Democratic Party headquar-
ters at 1317 N. Highway 41 in
Inverness is open from 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 coun-


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


should be sent to Mike Wright
at the Citrus County
Chronicle, 1624 N.
Meadowcrest Blvd., Crystal
River, FL, 34429; or fax to 563-
3280; or 'e-mail newsdesk@
chrohicleonline. com with
Campaign Trail in subject
line.


- -Hot Corner: PEDOPHILES


Confused terms
A caller is confused about
homosexuals and pedophiles.
Homosexuals establish a rela-
tionship with an adult.
Pedophiles are attracted to
children'of either gender.
Ninety-five percent of


pedophiles are heterosexual,
not homosexual.
Just ignorant
I'd like to say that some peo-
ple are just absolutely too igno-
rant for words. Homosexuality
and pedophilia is about as far


polar opposites as you can get.
Leave kids alone
I don't care'what anybody's
sexual orientation is. All I care
about is, leave the children
alone. I will not stand for a
pedophile. That is disgusting.


*Call tie anonymous Sound Off line at 563-0579.

231-1029 SUCRV
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
TO REVIEW PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE TEXT OF THE
TOWN OF INGLIS LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE


BY THE TOWN COMMISSION OF THE TOWN OF INGLIS, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that, pursuant to Sections 163.3161 through 163.3215, Florida Statutes and Sections 34 -35, of
the Town of Inglis Land Development Code, comments, objections and recommendations regarding the
following described proposed text amendments to. the Town of Inglis Land Development Code,
hereinafter referred to as the Town's Land Development Code, will be heard by the Town Commission of
the Town of Inglis, Florida, at public hearings on Tuesday, November 14,2006 at 7:00 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as these matters can be heard. The public hearings will be conducted in the Town of Inglis,
Town Hall located at 135 Highway 40 West, Inglis, Florida.

(1) 1st Reading of Ordinance 03-06 with reference to, LDC 06-1, an application by the Town of
Inglis, to amend Article IV Zoning; amending Section 34-307 of the Town's Land Development Code, to
establish lighting standards in non-residential zoning districts.

(2) 1st Reading of Ordinance 04-06 with reference to, LDC 06-3, an application by the Town of
Inglis, to amend Article IX Signs; of the Town's Land Development Code, to amend standards for the
size and location of signage.

(3) 1st Reading of Ordinance 05-06 with reference to, LDC 06-2, an application by the Town of
Inglis, to amend Article IV Zoning; amending Section 34-40 of the Town's Land Development Code,
requiring applicants for development plan approval to demonstrate that the proposed uses on the
development site will be consistent with the noise regulations of the Town of Inglis; and amending
Section 42-6 of the Inglis Code of Ordinances, Regulation of Noise, establishing performance standards
for permitted uses in the commercial, industrial, and utility zoning districts.


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Misguided views
It seems Marilyn J. Day never tires of bad-
mouthing President Bush I wonder what she
expects to accomplish with her constant opin-
ionated ratings.
The military relates to soldiers, arms and
war Armed forces. When enlisting in these
armed forces, it is a fact that if and when orders
are issued, the named soldier has no choice but
to obey by contract and deployment in any and
every aspect is not a suggestion but a command.
Protecting (fighting for) our country is the
first and foremost job of the military and not a
hidden clause to entice men and women to join.
Sign on the line and guess what? There are
people who give orders, rules to follow, march-
es to make, skills to learn and, yes, the risk of
war Which military personnel must participate
in.
Soldiers are not .children, though surely
someone's child; they are consenting adults
who made a serious, binding decision.
Ms. Day is misinformed or terribly narrow-
minded and absolutely not patriotic. As she
safely sits at home writing derogatory letters to
the editor, the armed forces protects that luxury
24 hours a day here and abroad.
No war is a good war and no sane person
wants to go to war From the beginning of time
there have been wars, one of the most bloody
and senseless being the Civil War Ask Vietnam
vets, vets who fought at Pearl Harbor, or any
other war how they were treated when cap-
tured. War is never fairly played because
human beings are the players.
Since Ms. Day has never served her country,
actively in the military, her views are transpar-
ent, misguided and aggravating. It hurts those
who have served and fought, been wounded,
and lost loved ones when those on the sidelines
feel entitled to judge and ridicule their
Commander in Chief. Ms. Day quotes "one sol-
dier" without reference and claims "fifty troops
were killed" (how many soldiers were in each
troop as a troop constitutes a group) which
shows her capabilities to imagine and fabricate.
There's another familiar quote: "Silence is
golden."
Joanie Welch
U.S. Navy, Ret.
Inverness

Empty promises
You say in the paper: "Know the person you
vote for." With all the promises they make, are
we, the people, supposed to believe them? I
don't think so. But we have to chance that they
will.
I hate when they point a finger at other peo-
' ple and say how bad they are. All we want is
for you to tell us what you are going to do to try
and help us.
And another thing: There are a lot of us
older ones who would like to have the gaming
places reopened. Let us who find it hard to .
walk and in wheelchairs have some fun, like in
the VFW, the Elks and other places.
Angelo Piersanti
Beverly Hills

Helping homeless
Wow! State Rep. Ginny Brown-Waite used
her high position to help someone get a pass-
port to take a vacation out of the country.
Just one more nudge for me to vote for John
Russell, so some real issues will be addressed.
We might even be able to,afford health care
once we get him working for regular citizens.
I know our sitting Congresswoman loves giv-
ing awards to our veterans, but I am just won-
dering what she is doing for the 20,000 plus
homeless veterans in Florida.
Saundra Stewart
Inverness

Think when voting ,
Democrats are campaigning on "a new direc-
tion for America," but have been silent about
what that means.
Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y, said, "Silence
is our strategy because laying out an agenda
gives Republicans a target." So much for the
courage of his convictions!
In Citrus County, we can vote for only two
Congressional offices, U.S. Senator and
Representative in Congress. Forget the person-
alities, on either side, and see what the out-
come means.
If Democrats take control of the Senate, it
would mean that our tax cuts, obtained
because Republicans are in control, would
end. The Democrats have stated this them-
selves and we know they think all tax cuts are
bad and only for the rich. Look at the truth! In
a news release (not seen in any of the liberal




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media) in August by the U.S. Treasury
Department, it was stated "that more than 5
million low-income individuals and couples
will no longer be exempt from individual
income tax when the tax cuts end." A family of
four, with two children, making $56,300 in 2011
(that's not considered "rich" anymore!) will be
hit with a tax bill that's bigger by $2,092, a 132
percent increase!
Another fact not reported is that the Bush
tax cuts wiped millions of poor and low income
Americans off the income tax rolls. As many as
43 million Americans, nearly a third of all tax-
payers, now have NO income tax liability! If
you want taxes to go up, vote Democrat.
Also, if Democrats take control of the House,
Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., will be the Speaker.
This position is third in line to be president!
She voted against the mention of God in our
Pledge of Allegiance and is a big opponent of
tax cuts.
Rep. Charles Rangel, D-N.Y, would become
chairman of the Ways and Means Committee
and the Joint Committee on Taxation. This
man is a big tax-cut opponent and a buffoon!
So, even if you're angry, you had better vote
for Katherine Harris and Ginny Brown-Waite.
The alternative is just too dangerous.
Bob Hermanson,
Beverly Hills

Born sportsman
I see in the Sports section (Sat., Oct. 21) that
.coach Bo Schembechler was admitted to a hos-
pital in Ann Arbor for cardiac observation. In
the early '30s, we lived on the same street in
Barberton, Ohio. Little Bo was only 5 or 6 years
old, but he always wore a baseball cap and
always carried a sport item ... baseball, football,
etc. He was born to be a sportsman and that he
was. "
He was an outstanding coach at the
University of Michigan and, even though I was
a dyed-in-the-wool Ohio State fan, when the
two teams played I rooted for both sides.
Bo. I know you don't remember me (it's been
more than 70 years), but I'm one of thousands
who will always think of you as a credit to the
great game of college football.
Duane Smith
Homosassa

Seat of mockers
Unless there are millions of mindless Demo-
crats who will vote the party line regardless of
what is says or who it is or the consequences
that will follow, there must be thousands of
you, perhaps tens of thousands, who are fed up
with radical left obstructionism, negativism,
Howard Dean, Pelosi, Reid and no plan or
ideas.
OK, so Bush is not your average Democratic
President; aren't yofu at least a little ashamed
and embarrassed at the way your party vilifies
him, mocks him, threatens him, indulges nega-
tivism against every policy without offering
anything constructive? I don't believe all of you
can'get up in the morning to such unproductive
beliefs.
There is a Psalm that begins, "Blessed is the
man who does not walk in the counsel of the
wicked, or stand in the way of sinners, or sit in
the seat of mockers ..." which, while calling all
of us to praise God, also calls us to a way of life
that is not habitually evil, unproductive or neg-
ative among other things.
This is not a call to vote Republican. You can
vote or not as you please
This is an appeal to the conscience of you
Democrats who are fed up with your party's
radical left turn, to stop and think where the
likely policies of the left will'lead the country
Think! Do you want a radicalized, over-regulat-
ed, socialist America where the Constitution
and freedom of speech are squelched? Do you
want to be governed by people who constantly
stream hate, anger, bitter controversy and argu-
ment?
I believe we are better than that and, opti-
mist that I am, I believe that even disaffected
Democrats, Republicans and assorted conser-
vatives can act in accord for the good of our
country and for our future. We can still dis-
agree, but on one thing there can be no dis-
agreement: We cannot let our traditional cul-
ture, our way of life or our governance slip
through our fingers into the "seat of mockers."
Bill Sappington
Homosassa

No zoning change
It must be hard defending the indefensible.
Dunnellon's city attorney is hustling to cover
for a City Council that settles for legalities
rather than what's right.
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that he is cutting to the water's edge in a con-
servation area to make way for a boat ramp.
This is a fact.
No approved zoning is in place for a boat
ramp in this conservation area. This is also a
fact.
Yet, the city attorney says since the owner
hasn't applied for a zoning change, he's not
building a boat ramp. This is absurd.
Someone needs to remind City Council that
"if it walks like a duck ...". Reasonable people
may disagree about the legalities of this devel-
opment issue, but the lack of'ethics is clear.
Rick Hancock
Dunnellon

An evil world
Marilyn Day missives continue to be filled
with half-truths distortions and outright lies.
How convenient of her to list only
Republican administrations in failed interna-
tional policy toward Iraq and other countries.
There is enough blame to go around. Hindsite
is 20/20.
Her claim that the United States gave
Saddam chemical weapons is patently false;
while we did support his actions against Iran
-(the enemy of my enemy is my friend), the
Germans and Russians supplied chemical
weapons as they were the masters of such prod-
ucts.
Day and her ilk wobble between charges of
unilateralism one moment and then opposite
charges when we seek consortium. Day and
many others can't see that many other nations
are only using the United Nations to screen
their various political and lucrative economic
actions. The U.N. is a pathetic joke!
As a young man, I sang and dreamed of peace
and brotherhood among men. Sadly, I grew up
and met many men and nations determined to
kill me and my country I guarantee you no U.S.
soldier realistically thinks a Geneva Convention
card will or has ever protected them from our
enemies. It is an evil world out there, Ms. Day,
and you and your peacenik friends who picket
the courthouse every Thursday can do this
because of many of us who kept watch on the
Soviet Union, China, North Korea and many
places you'll never know about.
We're in this Korean nuclear mess because of
former President Carter. Clinton let him give
uranium and money to an isolated regime. He
went from an inept president to a peace nut
Carter runs around the world backing socialist
regimes.
God help us from him and all you do-gooders,
worried about the rights of an enemy who now
will kill you if you don't commit to Islam and
would subjugate you so as a woman you'd never
again raise your voice to any man about any
thing.
Gene Musselman
Hernando

Cut costs now
I have just reached the "doughnut hole" and
I saved $1,199. Thank you, Congress.
But, my question is how much did it cost
the taxpayers in payments to the drug and
insurance companies plus administration to
save it for me?
My guess is that it cost a whole lot more than
if the government just sent me a check for the
$1,199. If I am right, why doesn't Congress can-
cel this part of Plan D and keep the catastroph-
ic (over $3,600) part, which I think is very
worthwhile.
We need for the government to start cutting
costs.
Jack R. Ritchey
Crystal River

First payment


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(Thanks Grandma and Grandpa!), Sandy
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Perrine, Miryan McDonald, Jean and Bill ,
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Mrs. Dunbar, Betty and Keith Sauer, Olive
Boyle, John and Joan Herberger, Claude Fore,
Lisa Langston, Vera Barber, and Steve and Julie,
Howard. We appreciate all your help, support.,
financial contributions and all the great items.
everyone donated for the sale... we couldn't have
done without you.
Our many thanks go to Jamie and Ward -'
Cooper, owners of the ComeUnity Montessori -:
School, for providing us with a great location to,
hold the garage sale, to Max and Ada Brady for
the wonderful trailer to haul everything, to
Barbara Balser, owner of the Citrus Performingj
Arts and Learning Center, for providing the -
much needed display tables for the sale, and to
Cristy Loftis, reporter for the Citrus County
Chronicle for the wonderful article advertising
the event
We're one-fifth of the way there... so look for
our next fundraiser mid-November at the same
location...our goal is another $1,000 needed by
December. If anyone has items you would like ,
to donate for this next sale, we sure would
appreciate it Just give us a call at 341-3836 and j
we would be happy to pick them up.
If you would like to learn more about Jessica
educational opportunity with the People to
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visit: http://www.studentambassadors. org/. A4
Thank you everyone! '.
The Allen Family
Invernes

Alien invasion
Today is Oct 18, and I have yet to seethe let-
ter I sent last month printed, even though letler9
sent in after mine have been printed.
I understand that the Chronicle reserves the -
right to print what it wants, but my letter mAkes-'
a statement about an issue a lot of Citrus Coun.
citizens should be aware of.
Your paper may be aware that it was reporte(q
today that Hezbollah terrorists have entered the
United States via the Mexican border and more.;
than $40 billion a year are filtered from our 2
country back to Mexico from illegal alien work-:!
ers here in the United States..
It appears that the illegal alien invasion into ;
this country is a larger problem that some peo-
ple think, your paper included.
This letter will probably never be seen printed
in your paper, which leads me to a question. Hov
many illegal aliens does your paper employ?
Jake Little
Homosassa

Great quotation
Regarding the letter from Joy Fisher, appear-
ing Oct. 22: She quotes, "America is a great
country because it is good. If it ever ceases to
be good, it will cease to be great. "
The man who said that was Alexis de
Tocqueville, who happened to be French. He
made at least three trips from France, that I've
read of, to America because he was fascinated
with this country and its people. My, how times
have changed! May God bless you, Ms. Fisher.,
Russ Mat4tt
Invernems
Editor's note: The quotation was attributed:
to de Tocqueville by President Reagan in a ?
speech in 1984. Scholars have not found the
quotation in de Tocqueville's works. It is "
assumed Reagan's speech writer picked up th
phrase from a speech in 1952 by President
Eisenhower, who attributed it to "a wise old
philosopher."

Anger issues
In reference to your Oct 17 letter,
Christopher J. Becker, it seems to me that you"
are the one with anger management issues ;
since you derive such glee in your offensivenees
towards Fabio Sanservino with insults and the
denigration of his intelligence and writing abili-
ties. Why don't you stick to the topic? As far as. I
am concerned, Sanservino is the intelligent one
and he indeed is the true patriot
From what I remember, President Bush
made the decision to go to war in Iraq based on
information received from the 9/11 report. John
Kerry and a bunch of other Democrats were on
board with this strategy as well ... until they
changed their minds.
You are correct when you say that Marilyn
Day receives her "facts" from the Internet ... yes
indeed, she does get her information from the
left-wing liberal blogs that propagate hatred
towards our patriotic leader, President Bush.
Dolores McLaughlin
Lecanto


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So-called privacy
Privacy? As we had a 24-
foot, round, above-ground pool
iriour town in Massachusetts,
we were required to have a 6-
fopt security fence. This was a
"w that would be enforced, as
gZen a permit was obtained
for construction of the pool, it
'rnt into town records. The
fence was also a safety/privacy
fle1ce for our beloved shelties. I
w#1s a little on the pudgy side,
soit also saved me a lot of
eFnbarrassment. I would run
across the lawn in my one-
piece suit covered in a
muumuu. As I climbed the lad-
.der, I would look all around to
check neighboring yards. When
.the coast was clear, I'd drop
ltthe muumuu and jump into
the pool. (My son was the only
one who swam naked in the
pool and only late at night,
,with no lights on.) We lived in a
neighborhood of two-story
homes, about one-quarter acre
in size. One day, as I floated
on my mat in the pool, I
looked up and saw the elderly
woman in the home behind
mine looking longingly at the
pool. From her bedroom on
the second floor, she called
over and said it was her
favorite pastime just looking at
water in the pool. She said it
made her think of her many
trips to the ocean on Cape
Cod, Mass., with her son and
deceased husband. She was
confined to her rooms on the
second floor, because of
health problems. What came


to my mind was "Oh, God,"
her 40-year-old son had a bed-
room window next to hers.
From then on, I would check to
see if his car was gone. Well,
as you can imagine, there went
my so-called privacy. My chil-
dren and grandchildren got a
kick out of this story -
thought maybe your readers
would, too.
Always a catch
I want to comment about
Wal-Mart's prescription plan.
Nice to know we can buy some
medicines for only $4.
However, like most deals that
are too good to be true, there's
always a catch. I took a pre-
scription to Wal-Mart, which
was on their $4 list. The catch
- isn't there always one is
that if you take the pills more
than once a day, the cost is
more. My prescription is for
a.m. and p.m. Therefore, it
costs me $8 instead of $4,
which is still a good bargain.
Just wanted to pass this info
along. Just remember, if you
take more than one pill, your
$4 amount is going to double
or triple.
Fleeing taxes
In school, I was taught that
people left Europe and England
to get away from taxes. What
were those taxes that they paid
(compared to) taxes now?
Example: Garbage pickup costs
$54 every three months, and at
the end of the year we get
penalized again to pay $28. We
have no money for businesses


of the United States, but so
much for foreign countries and
aid. We're still trying to repair
from our hurricanes, yet we
have builders to give to other
countries. When we go over our
budget at home in our own
homes, we stop spending. But
the federal, state and local
counties see it differently; let
the middle class pay for every-
thing. Well, guess what? The
middle class is fading, just like
the American heritage. Please,
God, bless America and watch
over us, because our politicians
aren't.
Rush hour wrecks
What's wrong here, folks?
There seems to be too many
accidents on (State Road) 44
and (U.S.) 19 at rush hour. Chill
out. You old people need to
stay home and drive at a differ-
ent time. I mean we are talking
serious accidents over by the
Outback. The road Thursday
afternoon was blocked in both
directions by a serious acci-
dent. Come on, folks. It's only
Citrus County. Use some sense.
Learn how to drive.
Stagnant wages
The stock market is sup-
posed to reflect the future prof-
its of U.S. corporations. In prin-
ciple, it goes up when expecta-
tion of future profits rise. So
the rise in the Dow is in no way
reflective of the state of the
economy for the working class
and others. Wages for most
workers have been stagnant for
the last five years, and there's


little prospect that they will
suddenly start rising. So any-
body that's sitting around cele-
brating the Dow going over
12,000, is looking at a fool's
paradise.
Daily drugs
This is a wakeup call for the
people who don't believe the
athletes in high schools are
doing drugs because of their
levels of performance. When I
was in high school, I played all
kinds of sports, from cross-
country to track and field. I
was even on the pom-pom
squad. I would drink alcohol
and smoke marijuana almost
every day and I was still able to
stay on the top of my game,
meaning I had a great level of
performance. Nobody knew.
So, you see, we all can hide
certain things. But everybody
should still be tested that is,
everybody in the school, even
teachers.
Much backstabbing
It's funny how these politi-
cians can't understand why so
many people don't vote. Well,
if they'd listen to their own
ads where they do nothing but
backstab other politicians,
they'd see why. Instead of
advertising what they will do,
they'd rather waste their time
and money doing digs on the
other ones who are running.
This is what turns most peo-
ple off. I was brought up
many years ago being taught
that if you have nothing good
to say about another person,


then don't say anything at all.
Today they look for nasty
things to say about each
other. Well, I won't vote for
any backstabbers, but it looks
like that includes 99 percent
of our politicians. Sad, isn't
it?

Weekend raise
This is in regards to (a gas
station). Why is it your gas is
$2.12 during the week and you
raise it to $2.15 on the week-
ends? .I'm going to be looking
for a number for price gouging.
That's not fair. It's $2.12 all
week and $2.15 on the week-
ends. What do you think we are
in Citrus County rich?

Method an insult
This negative campaigning
is insulting the American peo-
ple. They're not spelling out
what they will do to fix the
current mess, or something
that isn't self-serving. And one
candidate keeps repeating
that his silence "speaks vol-
umes." You bet it does. He
doesn't speak up against
wrong or injustice. He pro-
tects himself and lets others
do the work so he can main-
tain his Mr. Clean image as a
politician only and not as a
true representative of the peo-
ple. How sad.
Free PSA test
I used to live in the
Pensacola area and for 10
years, the Doctors Hospital up
there offered free health fairs


il


that included a free PSA test.
Nobody down in this neck of
the woods in Inverness or any-
place, Crystal River, offers that
whatsoever. Seems to me that
with the health situation that it
is today, preventative medicine
should be priority No. 1. Let's
try to get on the bandwagon
and encourage people who
should be able to get this con-
jured up to do it.

Two words
This is in reference to "Space
crunch," Oct. 17, in Sound Off.
I have one response for you:
Poor baby.

Turkey Oak housing
I'm calling in respond to
Tuesday, Oct. 17's article on
housing on Turkey Oak. I was
wondering when they were
going to develop that area
because it's been sitting out
there for quite a few years, aill
paved and pretty with curbing
and sidewalks and fire
hydrants and no houses. So
now it's going to have houses,
and all the money that was
spent to do all that improve-
ment out in that area that just
sat for all this time, could have
been used for roads such as
U.S. 19 in Homosassa, where
the road is so tore up you can
hardly go down it. It doesn't
make sense to me. It just looks
like somebody's got their fin-
gers in the pot and that what-
ever we vote for really doesn't
matter because it's already
planned.


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* Greater Citrus US Bowling
Tournament
Tommy Henry Irish Band
Parade of Homes
NAMI-Walk For the Mind America
Music on the Square-Black History
Whipering Pines Park-Black History
Grand Ole Opry
Steak & Steak
Spring Fling
Beverly Hills International Festival
Dinner Theater-Engaged in Murder
Gospel Song Festival-Black History


Parade of Homes
Playhouse 19 On Golden Pond
Knights of Columbus Charity Ball
Strawberry Festival
Homosassa Heritage Day
Antique Faire
Manatee Car & Truck Show
West Citrus Elks Card Party


* ACT Wife Begins At Forty
* Water Wise Fiesta
* A Musical Event
* Clean Air Bike Ride
* Citrus County Jazz Society Jam
Session
* CFCC Performing Arts, John
Davidson
* Fit in Citrus
* St. Pat's Golf Tournament
* Yankee Air Force Fly-In
* Fort Cooper Days
* Always Love-Barbershoppers
* Greater Citrus US Bowling
Tournament
* Wood Wind & Water
* Citrus County Fair
* Spring Into Spring Fashion Show
* Playhouse 19 Butterflies are Free
* Corvettes in the Sunshine III
* Uptown Styles in Blooming Colors
* Sertoma Horse Show
* Inverness Relay For Life


* Sugarmill Chorale Concert
* Wishing Well Canoe-A-Thon
* Timothy J. Davis Golf Tournament
* Black Tie & Blue Jeans
* Week of the Young Child
" Rotary Blood Screening
" Sweet Adelines Concert
* CMH Salute to our Community
* Playhouse 19 Butterflies are Free
* Central Ridge Relay For Life
* Citrus Community Concert Choir
* Spring Book Sale
* Citrus County Bass Challenge
* Bowl For Kids Sake
* Church Without Walls Golf Classic
* ACS Tennis Tournament
* Christian United Golf Tournament
* Citrus Springs Concert Series -
Mark Ralston
Homosassa Easter Egg Hunt
Seven Rivers School Benefit Dinner
ACT Curtain Up On Murder
Volunteer Fair
Aqua Fair
CFCC Open House
Native American Experience
CCBA Fishing Tournament
Sheriff's Summer Safety Expo
Gong Show
VFW Music/Comedy Benefit
Superintendent's Golf Classic


* Playhouse 19 Carousel


* Lecanto Helay For Lite
* Gospel Jubilee
* Citrus County Jazz Society Jam
* Gulf Island Civic Theater-Broken Up
* Worlds Greatest Baby Shower
* Hurricane/Disaster Expo
* Informational Fiesta
* Comedy Fundraiser
* Yankee Air Force Corn Fest
* Citrus Memorial Ball
* Hicks House Dedication
* John Barnes Golf Tournament
* LHS Project Graduation
* CHS Project Graduation
* Sheriff's Posse Yard Sale


* Scrabble Competition
* Hurricane/Disaster Expo
* Fiesta Tropicale
* Inverness Flag Day Ceremony
* Playhouse 19 Talent Show
* Homosassa Fireworks Show
* Poker Run
* Mike Baize Basketball Camp


* Patriotic Evening
* Crystal River Fireworks
* Rotary Duck Race
* Rick Corso Comedy Show
* Run For The Money Auction
* Key Run For the Money
* Key Center Telethon
* Playhouse 19 Two Gentlemen
* Boys & Girls Club Car Raffle Drawing
* ACT-Anything Goes

* Playhouse 19 Two Gentlemen From
Verona
Chronicle Primary Election Forum
Gulf Island Theater-Yard Sale and Fresh Ice
Ovarian Cancer 5K Run
Some Enchanted Evening
United Way Kickoff

Harvest Moon Craft Show
Show Stoppers
Walkerfest
Sunset Festival
Christmas In September
-Arts & Crafts Show
Citrus Harvest Food Drive/Postal Service
AKC Responsible Dog Ownership Day
Light Shine-Spiritual Renaissance
Singers '
We Can Weekend
One Night Off Broadway


* Citrus Jazz Society Jam
* ACT Old Wine In A New Bottle
* Save our Waters Week
* Industry Appreciation Week Awards
* Industry Appreciation Week Barbecue
* Memorial Golf Tournament
* Secret Garden Tour
* 832 K-9's Deputy Dogs Fundraiser


* Rails to Trails Bike Ride
* Realtors Benefit Golf Tournament
* Sertoma Oktoberfest
* Light Shine Islam and Christianity
* Rotary Chili Cook-Off
* Library Fall Book Sale
* St. Scholastica Men's Club Craft Show
* Texas Hold 'Em
* Columbus Day Memorial Service
SCrystal River Election Forum
* Kiev Orchestra
* Golf With A Purpose
* Inverness Election Forum
* Artisan's Boutique
* Music on the Square
* National Wildlife Refuge Week
* Southwest Regional Chili Cook Off
* Nature Coast Fine Arts Show
* West Citrus Elks Annual Card Party
* Job Fair
* Prevue Holiday Ideas
SPumpkin Patch
* Inverness Sertoma Golf For Kids
* Gulf Island Theatre-Good Help
* Scarecrow Festival
* Knight of Columbus Craft Fair
* Greater Citrus USBC Men's Tournamen
* Sportsman's Showcase
* Cooter Blast
* Haunted Tram Rides
* Greek Festival
* ACT No Way To Treat A Lady
* Great American Cooter Fest
* Zeke Lapinski Golf Tournament
* Heritage Festival & Cattle Drive
* Veterans Appreciation Show
* 4-H Saddle Up
* Cooterween
* Cooter Triathalon
* Father Willie Golf Tournament
* Taste of Citrus
* BH Lions Arts & Crafts Show
* Night of the Heron
* Chronicle General Election Forum
* Citrus Jazz Society Jam Session


* AGI No Way To Ireat A Lady
* Playhouse 19-Seven Year Itch
* Women of Sugarmill Fashion Show
* Festival of the Arts
* St. Scholastica Golf
* Continuity of Care Wine Auction
* Veterans Fair
* NJROTC-Golf Tournament
* Homosassa Lions Christmas Square
* Beverly Hills Lions Craft Fair
* Yankee Air Force Fly In
STri-County Banjo Band
* Citrus Jazz Society Jazz Jam
* Knights of Columbus Nickle Social
* Citrus Springs Concert Series
* Rotary Blood Screening
* Veterans Day Parade/Memorial Service
* Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast
* Homosassa Book Sale
* Humane Society Ride For Rescue
* America Recycles Day
* Caruth Camp Challenge
* Citrus Stampede Rodeo
* Parade of Trees
* Veterans Appreciation Show
* West Citrus Elks Annual Craft Show
" Campaign Sight First II
- 4-Person Golf Scramble
* Winter Wonderland Craft Show
* Ozello Arts & Crafts Festival
* West Citrus Elks Annual Craft Show
Light Shine University of Florida Chor
* Dinner and a Song
* Dunnellon Library Book Sale
" Discover Chamber Lunch


* CCCC Handels' Messiah
* Father Christmas Ball
* Holly Days
* Floral City Heritage Days
* Mistletoe Homes Tour
* Ye Old English Tea
* Chronicle/Pines Tennis Tournament
* Crystal River Christmas Parade
* BH Holiday Parade
* Waterfront Home Tours
* Barbershop Holiday Concert
* CS Concert Series Cool Yule
* Country Rocks the Canyon
* Mike Hampton Day
* Inverness Christmas Parade
* Citrus Jazz Society
* Beverly Hills Parade
* Citrus Springs Parade
* Sugarmill Chorale Concert
* Citrus Community Christmas
" Homosassa Boat Parade
* Light Shine Organ Recital
* Night of Lights


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Puppy kindergarten
The Bow Wow Boutique is
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ment of Sandy Watson. She holds
a bachelor of science in education
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Canine Academy of North Carolina.
Watson has been teaching K-9
obedience for more than 15 years.
She is a certified trainer in obedi-
ence and Search and Rescue. She
will be teaching puppy kindergarten
(for pups 10 to 20 weeks) and
basic obedience on Thursday
evenings at the Bow Wow. These
classes will be held in conjunction
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thor information call 795-1684.
Omni Recognized
Omni Home Care is recognized
in the top 25 percent of the top per-
forming home health agencies in
the United States for 2006
Omni Home Care is listed on the
Home Care Elite for 2006 in the
top tier of home health care agen-
cies in the United States. The 2006
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compilation of the most successful
home care providers in the United
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25 percent of those agencies
whose performance measures
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est importance.
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Musselmann receives
Osprey Award
The Sierra Club's Florida
Chapter presented the Osprey
Award to Fritz Musselmann, land
resources director for the
Southwest Florida Water
Management District, at the
District's Governing Board meeting
Oct. 24.
The Osprey Award recognizes
extraordinary efforts to promote or
effect changes in policy or practice
to protect or preserve Florida's
environment and is given annually
to a government employee.
Musselmann was recognized for
his role in the acquisition of the
Overstreet ranch property.
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lead agency, Musselmann negoti-
ated a price of approximately
$53,700,000 for the 5,118-acre
property. Under the agreement,
which was reached within 10
months, Polk County will contribute
$5 million, and the Florida
Department of Environmental
Protection (FDEP) and the District
will split the remaining costs.
"I really appreciate the recogni-
tion," said Musselmann. "However,
I can assure you that this award
would not have come to me with-
out the hard work, dedication and
trustworthiness of the land depart-,
ment staff."
Marian Ryan, Green Swamp
Issue Chair for the Florida Chapter
of the Sierra Club, said
Musselmann's negotiating skills
and real estate knowledge were
necessary to reach an acceptable
deal among the owners, the coun-
ty, the FDEP and the District.
The Overstreet parcel is within
the District's Green Swamp
Wilderness Preserve in Polk
County and is slated to become a
state park.


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arid other parcels within the Green
Swamp, would not have been pos-
sible without the support of this
Governing Board, and previous
governing boards," said
Musselmann.
The Green Swamp region con-
sists of 870 square miles (560,000
acres), of which more than
260,000 acres have been protect-
ed through public ownership and
conservation easements. This
includes nearly 118,000 acres
acquired by the District. Due to its
large size, relatively undisturbed
nature and diversity of natural habi-
tats, the public lands within the
Green Swamp are recognized as
one of the most significant natural
areas remaining in the state of
Florida.
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money management
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ents and grandparents doubt next
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MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE)
Name Vol (00) Last Wkly
Lucent 2450881 2.44 +.09
Pfizer 1935627 27.22 -.46
SprintNex 1819476 19.17 +1.96
FordM 1614206 8.29 +.28
AMD 1610864 20.86 +.74

GAINERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
Centene 24.95 +7.02 +39.2
Rinker 71.10 +17.88 +33.6
AFrancewl 6.80 +1.25 +22.5
HancFab 3.50 +.59 +20.3
IvanhM g 10,67 +1.74 +19.5

LOSERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
GaGulf 21.93 -5.28 -19.4
HomeBanc 5.05 -1.00 -16.5
DoralFinc 4.50 -.86 -16.0
Gettylm 42.44 -7.76 -15.5
GpoTMM A 2.47 -.42 -14.5

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SPDR 3290552 137.91 +1.07
iShR2K nya2177002 76.14 +.54
SPEngy 1045015 56.17 +1.47
SemiHTr 913569 33.55 -.05
OiISvHT 662127 134.77 +4.77

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EmpireRs 15.54 +4.16 +36.6
Rotek 19.35 +3.95 +25.6
DigitAngel 3.13 +.62 +24.7
Cardiotch 2.10 +.40 +23.5
EnvirPwr 6.15 +1.13 +22.5

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UTEK 12.93 -6.60 -33.8


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Nasd100Tr6039707 42.21 +.21
SunMicro 4570561 5.50 +.25
Intel 3124077 21.10 -.23
Microsoft 3073338 28.34 -.09
Level3 2069700 5.20 -.63

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Name Last Chg %Wkly
RandCap 3.00 +.98 +48.5
Indus[ntl 3.72 +1.20 +47.6
Connetics 16.96 +5.25 +44.8
NInsHIth h 2.11 +.60 +39.7
StJoeCp 38.84 +10.46 +36.9

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Renovis 3.59 -11.25 -75.8
Replidyne n 5.20 -5.04 -49.2
Intphse 7.93 -4.33 -35.3
Aetrium 3.78 -1.86 -33.0
Hittite 36.25 -13.16 -26.6

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74
10,621,889,925


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Div PE YId Last Chg %Chg
1.33 18 3.9 34.22 -,22 +39.7
1.04 14 3.5 29.84 -.14 +13.8
2.24 12 4.2 53.70 +.08 +16.4
1.16 24 2.6 45.04 -.24 +66.2
.65 20 1.9 33.59 -.62 -2.0
1.96 10 3.9 50.36 +.45 +3.8
.27 22 .9 31.73 +.28 +32.4
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Lowess .20 15 .7 30.34 +.09 -9.0
McDnlds 1.00 18 2.4 41.47 .., +23.0
Microsoft .40 22 1.4 28.34 -.09 +8.4
Motorola .20 14 .9 23.17 -.44 +2.6
Penney .72 16 .9 76.25 +1.39 +37.1
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SprintNex, .10 47 .5 19.17 +1.96 -9.5
TimeWarn .22 19 1.1 19.91 +.13 +14.2
UniFirst .15 17 .4 35.65 -.13 +14.6
VerizonCm 1.62 16 4.2 38.84 +1.04 +29.0
Wachovia 2.24 12 4.1 55.25 +.14 +4.5
WalMart .67 20 1.3 50.73 +1.36 +8.4
Walgrn .31 25 .7 42.84 -.74 -3.2


52-Week Daily Wkly Wkly YTD
High Low Name Last Net Chg Net Chg % Chg % Chg
12,167.02 10,216.11 Dow Jones Industrials 12,090.26 +87.89 +.73 +12.81 +16.22
5,013.67 3,624.07 Dow Jones Transportation 4,748.54 +42.23 +.90 +13.17 +26.90
454.39 380.97 Dow Jones Utilities 447.48 +.02 ...+10.46 +13.00
8,846.24 7,254.49 NYSE Composite 8,779.87 +77.84 +.89+13.23 +19.14
2,046.65 1,555.08 AMEX Index 1,983.34 +46.68 +2.41 +12.75 +20.75
2,379.29 2,012.78 Nasdaq Composite 2,350.62 +8.32 +.36 +6.59 +12.48
1,389.45 1,178.89 S&P 500 1,377.34 +8.74 +.64 +10.34 +14.93
784.62 623.54 Russell 2000 765.84 +3.71 +.49 +13.76 +20.54
13,944.54 11,759.86 Wilshire 5000 13,820.42 +102.71 +.75 +10.41 +15.68


I NEW YORK SM KE C A GI


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


A-B-C
14.94 6.97 ABB Ltd .09e ... 17 15.01
8.50 7.31 ACMInco .60 q ... 8.09
22.11 14.45 AESCorp ... 16 18 21.73
49.65 41.63 AFLAC .64f 15 14 45.08
40.00 32.98 AGLRes 1.48 14 14 37.45
29.32 12.49 AMR ... dd 7 27.92
74.20 44.70 ASA Ltd .90e q ... 58.55
35.00 23.13 AT&TInc 1.33 18 14 34.22
25.59 24.50 AT&T20411.75 ...... 25.51
39.05 27.23 AXA 1.75e ...... 38.08
49.87 37.50 AbILab 1.18 23 17 47.67
14.07 12.37 AdamsEx.88e q ... 13.93
27.14 19.65 Adesa .30 18 15 25.00
42.70 16.90 AMD ... 20 17 20.86
52.48 30.94 Aetnas .041 14 13 41.58
41.70 13.15 Agnicog .03 ... 32 35.65
10.85 6.72 Ahold ... ... ... 10.49
18.85 9.06 AirTran ... 38 12 10.20
36.96 23.36 Alcoa .60 12 10 28.30
49.30 41.28 Allete 1.45 18 15 44.14
13.51 11.90 AIIWrld2 .95 q ... 13.55
78.00 47.62 AlliBem 3.43e 22 18 76.25
33.88 19.64 Alpharma .18 8 15 21.87
85.00 68.36 Altra 3.441 15 15 81.85
55.24 47.96 Ameren 2.54 23 15 54.77
41.85 32.27 AEP 1.56f 20 14 40.98
58.43 47.67 AmExp .60 20 17 57.27
71.09 57.52 AmlntGplf .66 21 11 67.39
11.76 10.23 AmSIP3 .96 q ... 11.69
31.83 27.10 Amerigas 2.32 27 19 31.80
30.89 24.50 AmSouth 1.04 14 13 29.84
41.48 26.07 AnalogDev.64 24 17 31.13
50.00 40.15 Anheusr 1.18 19 17 47.70
29.79 20.13 AquaAms.48f 36 30 24.61
4.77 3.29 Aquila ... dd ... 4.54
56.45 25.85 ArchCs .24 29 14 36.00
46.71 23.00 ArchDan .40 20 15 39.37
62.93 42.73 Ashland 1.10a 13 19 57.42
16.49 8.71 AsdEstat .68 5 ... 16.11
30.96 25.55 ATMOS 1.26 20 15 30.66
13.23 8.85 Avaya ... 31 20 12.82
33.26 24.33 Avon .70 24 20 29.20
50.74 30.10 8HPBillLt.74e 42.36
42.85 27.43 BJSvcs .20 14 10 31.50
32.35 21.90 BRT 2.24f 12 11 28.75
89.30 51.39 BakrHu .52 11 14 70.59
45.00 34.16 BallCp .40 13 13 41.26
54.87 42.49 BkofAm 2.24 12 11 53.70
38.00 29.87 BkNY .88 16 14 34.36
52.50 33.80 Banta .72a 17 18 45.25
36.03 24.54 BarrickG .22 22 15 29.91
84.30 40.75 BauschLIf .52 20 22 53.45
25.87 16.98 BaylexEgn2.16 ...... 22.06
45.99 25.22 BellSouth 1.16 24 18 45.04
6.33 2.26 BemaGold ... dd 85 4.27
42.20 32.46 BlkHillsCp1.32 29 15 34.35
15.52 13.75 BlkFLO8 .45a q ... 14.26
6.58 5.33 BlueChp .58e q ... 6.16
89.58 63.70 Boeing 1.20 37 18 79.74
25.49 16.20 Borders .40 20 21 20.31
37.29 24.25 BostBeer ... 32 27 36.41
106.62 66.17 BostProp 2.72 13 ... 104.36
27.82 14.43 BostonSci ... dd 21 16.05
26.14 20.08 BrMySq 1.12 22 22 24.69
43.39 27.08 Brunswick .60 10 13 32.46
87.99 58.02 BurINSF 1.00 16 14 77.99
52.65 43.80 CHEngy 2.16 21 20 52.14
133.77 88.05 CIGNA .10 13 12 118.20
36.73 25.26 CSSInds .48 17 13 29.80
38.30 21.71 CSXs .40 14 15 36.44
36.14 23.89 CVSCp .15 20 17 31.20
56.25 38.26 CabotO&G .16 13 13 52.88
17.42 11.49 CallGolf .28 43 18 13.37
38.49 28.29 CampSp .801 20 19 36.49
13.33 12.16 CapMplB1.26 ...... 13.15
82.03 49.45 Caterpillarl.20 12 11 61.27
15.70 11.62 CenterPnt .60 12 15 15.41
89.00 80.08 CnlLtpf 4.50 ...... 85.40
41.25 31.20 CntlyTel .25 13 16 41.03
16.50 5.04 ChmpE ... 5 15 9.09
29.91 15.37 Checkpnt .01 20 14 17.41
35.57 26.59 ChesEng .24 8 9 32.40
68.50 53.76 Chevron 2.08 9 9 67.68
5.22 3.21 CinciBell ... dd 13 4.65


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-1.11 +20.9
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-.77 +11.3
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-.23 +78.2
+.47 +17.2
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-.92 +2.3
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-.29 +3.9
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-.24 +66.2
+.01 +46.7
-.72 -0.8
-.03 -5,6
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-2.00 +13.5
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-.16 +40.8
-.19 -34.5
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-1.61 +10.1
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-1.70 +5.8
-1.03 -3.0
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+.30 -3.4
-.23 +22.6
-.05 +5.5
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unc +4.1
+.44 +23.7
+1.23 -33.3
+.25 -29.4
+1.80 +2.1
+2.40 +19.2
-.01 +32.5


51.33 44.47 Citigrp 1.96 10 11 50.36
36.73 23.88 ClairesStrs.40a 16 14 28.00
35.55 27.17 ClearChan .75 19 23 34.70
40.15 25.18 Coach ... 28 22 39.01
22.49 18.52 CocaCE .24 19 15 20.50
47.50 39.36 CocaCI 1.24 22 19 46.87
7.37 3.67 Coeur ... 23 14 4.78
8.63 7.36 Collnlln .54a q 8.18
41.20 28.80 CmcBNJ .48 23 19 34.96
29.10 19.14 CVRDs .54e 9 .,. 25.52
26.09 18.85 ConAgra .72 33 21 25.95
72.50 54.90 CdnocPhill.44 6 7 61.19
48.70 41.17 ConEd 2.30 21 16 48.23
29.09 22.39 ConstellA ... 21 14 27.60
63.00 50.40 ConstellEni.51 19 14 61.74
36.94 11.68 CtlAirB .. 13 7 36.31
21.72 15.04 Cnvrgys .. 21 17 21.11
29.61 17.50 Coming 29 17 20.59
18.60 8.22 CorusGr .29e ...... 17.62
43.67 30.03 CntwdFn .60 9 8 38.30
20.42 11.78 CypSem ... cc 25 16.43
D-E-F
11.44 9.74 DNPSelc .78 q ... 11.01
28.53 24.92 OPL 1.00 23 1B 28.52
45.97 38.77 OTE 2.06 16 15 45.17
60.22 45.98 DaimlrC 1,82e .. 14 54.84
44.43 30.51 Darden .46f 19 16 41.00
91.98 57.58 Deere 1.56 13 13 87.00
74.75 48.94 DevonE .45 9 9 67.18
97.90 52.70 DiaOffs .50a 19 B 70.93
21.86 13.17 DirecTV ... 32 1B 21.91
31.98 22.97 Disney .27f 22 1B 31.73
19.84 12.10 DollarG .20 14 14 13.82
81.91 68.72 DomRes 2.76 29 14 80.64
24.00 23.50 DEmmettn. ... ... 23.93
47.21 33.00 DowChm 1.50 10 10 40.96
46.90 38.52 DuPont 1.48 18 15 45.55
32.12 25.57 DukeEgy 1.28 24 16 31.78
39.88 32.70 DukeRlty 1.90 20 59 39.07
41.00 33.80 DuqpfA 2.10 ...... 37.75
19.96 15.67 DuqLight 1.00 19 16 19.80
6.38 4.06 Dynegy ... 16 26 6.16
27.76 17.67 ETrade ... 18 14 23.83
14.75 9.44 EMCCp .. 29 21 12.42
58.15 47.30 EastChm 1.76 12 14 59.83
30.91 18.93 EKodak .50 dd 27 24.16
16.39 10.76 EIPasoCp .16 dd 12 13.82
19.42 7.92 Elan ... ... ... 14.93
24.20 19.95 EmpDist 1.28 21 17 23.50
52.29 42.00 EnbrEPIrs3.70 21 19 50.50
44.83 23.87 Endesa 2.98e ... 44.08
40.08 26.00 EnPro .. 15 11 32.73
58.75 37.36 ENSCO .10 11 7 47.67
86.78 66.78 Entergy 2.16 20 16 86.45
18.43 12.44 Eqtyinn .921 cc 40 16.55
63.62 49.76 Exelon 1.60 48 14 62.40
72.33 54.79 ExxonMbl1.28 11 12 71.48
50.15 37.81 FPLGrp 1.50 19 16 49.92
120.01 88.87 FedExCp .36 18 16 114.03
19.75 12.69 FedSignl .24 dd 16 14.77
45.01 28.78 FedrOSs .51 17 15 43.88
23.65 20.18 Ferreligs 2.00 71 29 22.60
20.80 13.82 Ferrolf .58 ... 18 19.85
25.79 20.69 FirslData s.24 12 18 24.21
18.81 14.94 FstFinFd4.12e q ... 17.83
18.93 16.67 FtTrFid 1.60 q ... 18.23
66.10 35.71 FlaRock .60 14 14 43.09
9.48 6,06 FordM .25j dd .. 8.29
82.87 68.45 FortuneBrl.561 17 14 76.95
G-H-1
48.58 35.38 GATX .84 cc 14 44.14
9.05 7.63 GabelliET .80f q ... 9.03
9.94 7.71 GabUtil .72 q ... 9.46
20.67 15.91 Gap .32 20 17 20.72
77.98 55.09 GenDyns .92 16 15 70.91
36.48 31.61 GenElec 1.00 21 16 35.21
36.56 18.33 GnMotr 1.00 dd 8 33.93
41.66 18.50 Goldcrpg .18 26 19 25.01
193.60108.20 GoldmanS1.40 13 111 188.87
47.45 33.60 Goodrich .80 12 14 43.00
32.72 27.08 GtPlainEn 1.66 16 16 32.26
34.00 26.62 GMP 1.12 16 ... 33.75
28.55 21.11 Griffon ... 14 11 24.69


YTD
chq %chg


+.45 +3.8
-.20 -4.2
+3.35 +10.3
+3.74 +17.0
-.37 +6.9
+.12 +16.3
+.12 +19,5
unc +0.4
-.18 +1.6
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+.01 +28.0
+.69 +5.2
+.34 +4.1
-.05 +5.2
-.02 +7.2
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+.14 +33.2
-2.67 +4.7
-.30 +73.4
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+.34 +22.3
+.09 +1205
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-1.26 +24.3
-.26 +0.5
+.59 +74.7
+1.88 +12.3
+8.27 +47.7
+.70 +4.6
unc +15.4
-.14 +17.3
-.31 +3.7


52-Wk YTD
HI Low Name Div PE PPE Last cha %cha


24.90 13.07
52.74 41.80
41.99 26.33
14.80 13.11
8.91 7.75
11.84 9.88
24.50 17.75
54.43 36.85
72.56 47.31
70.14 47.31
83.33 57.29
25.95 17.00
28.93 25.50
42.24 32.80
42.83 31.01
12.85 9.88
56.45 36.67
40.10 25.53


GuangRy .75e
HCA Inc .68
Hallibtn s .30
HanJS .95e
HanPIDiv .47
HanPIDv2 .58
Hanesbrd n...
Hanoverins.301
Hanson 1.92e
HareyD .84
HarrahE 1.60
Hasbro .48
HawaiiEl 1.24
HitCrREIT2.56
HlthcrRIty 2.64
HelInTel
Hesss .40
HewlettP .32


39.02 27.11 HighwdPrpl.70 69
43.95 32.85 HomeDp .60 13
44.48 33.04 Honwillntl .91 17
48.42 38.74 HospPT 2.96 24
68.24 41.08 Humana ... 38
15.55 11.57 iShJapan .06e q
45.89 35.16 iStar 3.08 19
40.17 27.81 Idacorp 1.20 22
50.93 37.11 Imation .56 23
49.00 34.95 IngerRd .72 11
92.04 72.73 IBM 1.20 16
43.00 25.44 IntlGame .521 32
11.25 7.79 Interpublic ... dd
45.09 33.96 IronMtn ... 45
J-K-L
48.57 35.25 JPMorgChl.36 13
69.41 56.65 JohnJn 1.50 18
90.00 66.03 JohnsnClil.12 16
44.33 27.62 Kaydon .48 16
50.87 41.35 Kellogg 1.16 20
34.57 21.83 Kellwood .64 18
38.31 31.14 Keycorp 1.38 13
41.52 33.13 KeySpan 1.86 18
56.22 42.80 KindME 3.24 32
36.67 27.44 Kraft 1.001 18
12.11 3.91 KrspKrmlf ...
24.15 18.05 Kroger .26 17
4.20 2.01 LLERy .07e 25


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-.01 -0.1
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-3.49 +22.7
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-.21 +20.9
-.36 +21.9
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+.73 +2.5
-.92 +34.3


... 38.10 -.38 +33.9
12 37.07 +1.08 -8.4
15 42.30 +.60 +13.6
26 47.70 +.14 +19.0
19 65.70 -.80 +20.9
18 13.92 +.13 +3.0
12 45.48 +1.87 +27.6
18 39.60 -.07 +35.2
18 45.88 +3.32 -0.4
10 37.45 -.65 -7.2
14 90.76 +.28 +10.4
27 42.36 +.67 +37.6
56 10.71 +.13 +11.0
37 42.51 +.99 +0.7


52-Wk
HI Low Name DIv PE PPE Last
11.81 7.41 LSILog ... 26 16 9.90
27.16 19.50 LTC Prp 1.44 11 ... 26.71
17.25 11.15 LaZBoy .48 dd 21 12.67
35.65 28.60 Laclede 1.40 16 16 34.56
6.04 4.75 LblyASG .60e q ... 5.21
64.96 48.24 LincNal 1.52 13 12 63.74
36.62 18.31 LIndsay .261 34 ... 33.87
89.89 58.88 LockhdM 1.40f 16 15 84.61
34.85 26.15 Lowess .20 15 14 30.34
3.22 1.99 Lucent ... 22 16 2.44
28.60 18.86 Lyondell .90 11 8 26.54


124.98103.71
-26.24 21.05
48.90 16.20
8.72 8.08


M-N-0
M&TBk 2.40 17 15 121.20
MDURess.54f 15 15 25.47
MEMC ... 22 16 35.86
MCR .47 q ... 8.35


10.77 7.67 Madeco .03e ...
83.35 '65.52 Magnalg 1.52 13
33.63 24.99 Manulif gs .70 ..
22.50 14.76 MStewt ... dd
15.65 8.48 MaterialSci ... 27
42.48 31.48 McDnids 1.00f 18
59.87 42.37 Medtmic .44 21
46.34 26.13 Merck 1.52 20
87.57 61.96 MenrilLyn1.00 13
59.86 48.00 MelLife .591 17
18.65 12.42 MicronT ... 25
65.98 44.40 MidAApt 2.38 cc
23.95 16.85 Midas ... 32
1.76 .83 Milacron ... dd
76.95 59.58 Millipore ... 39
53.57 12.27 MillsCplf 1.13j 26
48.45 29.05 Monsanto s.40 34
28.96 19.51 MSEmMkt2.44e q
26.30 18.66 Motorola .20 14
25.00 18.29 MylanLab .24 21
44.45 29.09 NCRCp ... 21
41.35 27.26 Naborss ... 10
39.16 29.25 NatFuGasl.20 18
64.98 44.43 NatGrid 2.39e ...
30.93 20.56 NalSemi .161 21
2.29 1.99 NewAm .21a q
52.11 41.37 NJRscs 1.44 17
62.72 39.84 NewmtM .40 36
9.65 4.87 NwpkRsIf ... 24


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chg %chg HI Low


-.56 +11.1
+1.74 +16.7
+.58 +61.8
+.01 -2.9


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-.21 -3.4
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29.08
69.80
35,50
28.80
76.29
25.15
32.46
77.76
16.55
65.99
24.98
17.00
28.680
102.80
27.27
12.98
47.10
39.63
50.47
60.37
63.74
46.31
3.41
13.04
72.61
84.00
24.17
7.18
9.90
8.30
49.02
91.02
9.22
19.70
23.95
54.16
32.24
47.50
26.69
39.15
34.40
18.00
3.75
4.90
53.00
72.38
21.87
25,09

19.93
42.14
27.84
31.42
70.85
45.99
17.18
23.28
74.75
51.37
28.11
23.94
15.51
97.16


YTD
Name Div PE PPE Last chg %chg


19.51 NiSource .92 25 1
38.21 Nicor 1.86 18 1
75.52 NikeB 1.24 17 1
58.51 NobleCorp .16 15
16.02 NokiaCp .468 ...
38.26 NorilkSo .72 15 1
1.90 NodelNIlf ... dd 2
24.01 NoFrkBc 1.00 16 1
17.30 NoeslUt .75f dd 1
52.30 NorthropGI.20 16 1
26.43 NSTAR 1.21 19 1
28.39 Nucors .40a 11 1
12.92 NvFL .67 q .
13.82 NvlIMO .74 q .
24.52 OGEEngyl.33 12 1
35.35 OcciPets .88 9
14.22 Olin .80 9 1
40.60 ONEOK Pt3.88f 13 1
41.00 OshkoshT .40 19 1
P-Q-R
22.49 PNM Res .88 25 1
56.11 PPG 1.92 17 1
27.83 PPLCorpl.10 16 1
16.33 PaylShoe ... 21 1
32.94 PeabdyE s .24 20 1
17.25 Pengrth g 3.00 ...
22.90 PennVawil.60f ... 1
47.25 Penney .72 16 1
9.33 PepBoy .27 dd .
56.00 PepsiCo 1.20 22 2
19.52 PepsiAmer.50 16 1
14.05 Prmian 1.51e 11 1
20.20 Pfizer .96 16 1
58.76 PhelpsDs .80f 11
21.26 PiedNG .96 19 1
9.97 PircoStrat .78 q
40.18 PitnyBw 1.28 cc 1
31.21 PlumCrk 1.60 21 2
38.25 PostPrp 1.80 22
47.02 Praxair 1.00 21 1
52.75 ProctGaml.24 24 2
40.27 ProgrssEn2.42 19 1
2.69 ProsStHiln .28 q
9.90 ProvETg 1.44
59.00 PSEG 2.28 17 1
77.25 PSEG plA4.08 ...
20.13 PugelEngyl.00 12 1
6.58 PHYM .38a q
9.11 PIGM .49a q
5.95 PPrIT .36 q
29.15 Quanexs .561 9
67.37 Questar .94 18 1
4.03 QwestCm ... dd 2
16.96 RPM .701 dd 1
13.73 RadioShk .25 59 1
34.30 Ralcorp ... 21 1
20.80 RJamesFs.32 17 1
36.05 Rayonier 1.88 18 2
21.15 RItylnco 1.51 24 2
31.96 RegionsFni.40 14 1
25.29 Repsol .74e ....
9.39 RetailVent ... dd
.76 Revlon ... dd
3.23 RiteAld ... 2 .
41.92 RoHaas 1.32 17 1
58.60 RoyDShllA2.37e ...
17.93 Royce 1.69e q
22.20 Royce pfB1.47 ...


16.90
36.92
19.40
21.67
40.93
32.62
13.53
15.73
39.90
39.36
13.82
16.82
12.34
67.52


4 28.12
3 68.15
5 34.96
6 26.21
4 43.01
.. 20.25
7 26.62
5 76.25
.. 14.19
0 63.54
4 20.36
0 16.36
3 27.22
6 100.58
9 26.92
.. 11.05
6 46.26
21 35.80
.. 49.43
8 59.15
0 63.56
7 45.90
.. 3.26
12.06
3 60.85
.. 79.50
5 23.82
.. 7.15
.. 9.84
.. .19
9 34.12
5 82.93
6 8.74
2 18.93
9 17.67
7 49.50
5 31.35
2 40.46
2 26.12
3 37.94
.. 32.91
.. 16.91
.. 1.31
.. 4.45
5 52.15
.. 69.13
.. 20.74
.. 24.40


SAIC n ... ...
SCANA 1.68 14
SKTIcm 1.02e ..
Safeway .23 18
StJoe .64 45
SJuanB 3.35e 22
SaraLee .40 23
SchergPI .22 34
SchImbs .50 24
ScotPwrn.71e q
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33.19 8,76 PortlPlay ... 7 28 11.08
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13.20 4.83 Prestek ... 26 17 5.98
48.50 31.70 PriceTRs .56 26 22 46.81
30.83 19.80 ProgPh ... dd ... 26.00
8.45 5.93 QLT ...... 22 8.2
21.62 14.10 Qlogics ... 13 20 20.42
53.01 32.76 Qualcom .48 27 20 37.14
9.58 4.81 RFMicD ... cc 15 7.26
46.99 10.25 Rambusl ...... 43 16.39
32.48 13.70 RedHat .. 42 26 15.63
24.99 9.68 Redback ... dd 26 16.17
24.01 3.36 Renors .. dd ... 3.59
13.71 10.34 RepBcp .44b 15 14 13.29
118.7051.00 RschMotn ... 59 30 116.44
40.28 32.6Q Respiron ... 26 21 36.02
S-T-U
5.96 3.80 S1Corp ... dd 67 4.88
79.80 37.34 SanDisk ... 26 18 48.04
5.85 3.04 Sanmina 8 3.81
18.53 12.75 Schwab .20f 24 19 17.81
40.63 26.07 SciGames ... 35 20 28.40
181.50111.64 SearsHIdgs... 23 18 176.93
28.52 13.10 SelCmfrts ... 23 18 21.02
59.28 47.35 Selctin .88 11 12 56.07
21.06 11.00 Semtechl ... ... 15 12.50
60.75 42.29 Sepracor ... dd 26 52.31
42.50 18.20 SiRFTch ... cc 26 26.65
5,.50 .86 SigaTech h ... ... ... 3.43
14.68 7.52 SilicnImg ... 33 15 11.77
60.00 28.43 SilcnLab .. 46 24 32.34
7.25 3.98 Slcnware .25r ... 8 6.31
7.98 3.60 SiiusS ... dd ... 3.85
8.00 4.03 SkywksSol ... 94 11 6.57
15.15 9.66 SmudStne ... dd 17 10.48
29.43 15.07 Sohu.cm ... 30 27 23.50
11.40 5.84 SncWall ... dd 34 10.28
5.75 3.54 Sonus ...... 26 5.07
15.73 11.80 SouMoBc .36 12 ... 15.35
18.59 11.71 SpansionAn...... 56 14.30
27.71 21.08 Staples .221 21 18 25.77
39.88 26.87 Starbucks ... 53 42 38.02
4.98 1.77 SlemCells .. dd ... 2.92
5.48 3.62 SunMicro ... dd ... 5.50
25.91 22.01 SusqBnc 1.00f 14 15 25.04
33.66 16.94 SwifiTm ... 12 12 24.62
5.25 3.48 Sycamore ...... 19 3.74
24.01 14.78 Symantec .. 47 15 18.82
10.38 6.48 Symetric ... cc 16 8.46
11.09 6.88 Synovis .. dd ... 7.54
23.02 13.30 TDAmeritr6.00e 17 14 16.38
21.52 9.06 TakeTwo .. ... 25 14.02
11.38 5.94 TASER .. cc 36 9.62
42.65 32.10 TechData ... dd 22 38.94
19.32 10.21 TeleTech ... 35 25 19.45
17.28 8.73 Tellabs ... 18 17 10.34
45.91 29.22 TevaPhrm.27e cc ... 33.25
5.70 3.47 3Com ... dd 80 4.89
9.49 6.44 TibcoSft ... 32 25 9.22
52.99 16.50 Travelzoo ... 38 27 32.68
31.49 13.95 TridMics ... 18 20.59
52.40 28.41 TrmbleN .. 27 22 47.72
6.07 3.70 TdriQuint ... 46 14 4.61
13.47 10.40 TrstNY .64 17 ... 11.00
32.84 26.71 Trustmk .881 15 14 31.56
43.75 21.90 UALn ...... 10 35.30
19.60 15.55 UCBHHId .12 17 15 17.31
10.61 5.19 UTStrcm ... dd ... 10.33
13.80 5.85 UltraClean ... 21 11 12.81
7.36 3.30 US Enr ... dd ... 4.30
23.90 12.13 UnvAmr .. 26 13 18.76,
80.28 44.99 UnivFor .11 11 11 45.26
33.77 13.65 UrbanOul ... 25 19 17.83
V-W-X-Y-Z
20.98 13.15 ValueClick ... 40 28 19.28
25.45 15.95 Verisign ... 8 19 20.90
44.71 21.11 VertxPh ... dd ... 40.66
5.60 2.78 Vivus .. dd ... 3.34
79.90 46.91 WholeFds.60a 54 39 64.75
32.00 9.63 XMSat ... dd .. 11.94

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51.54 35.27 YRCWwde... 9 7 38.86
43.66 22.65 Yahoo ... 32 43 25.34
29.85 12.40 Zoran ... ... 11 14.08


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-1.66 -18.1
-.51 -29.6


6.30u b.u AbOAsvac .42 q
44.75 18.55 AdmRsc .371 8
5.38 2.35 Adventrx ... dd
7.68 4.10 AmOdBio ... 20
27.00 12.46 ApexSi ... dd
8.95 2.80 BirchMlg ......
21.43 14.95 BrdbdHT .97e q
5.95 3.31 CanWest gn ...
18.12 15.00 CarverBcp.36f 12
10.64 5.62 CFCdag .01 q
44.40 24.72 CheniereEn .. dd
12.40 8.72 ComSys If .36 13
6.25 1.28 Crystallxng ... ...
121.55102.20 DJIADiam2.41e q
5.02 3.20 Dading ... cc
4.49 2.31 DigitAngel ... dd
17.11 13.78 EVInMu2 .78 q
5.95 2.87 EldorGld g ... dd
8.42 6.05 EliswthFd .31e q
64.20 6.60 EmpireRs.20a 16
4.67 2.01 Endvrint ... dd
3.50 1.05 EuroZgn ... 13
22.16 8.39 EvgmE nya ... dd
17.69 12.74 FTrVLDv 1.05 q
14.90 11.86 FlaPUIil .43 21
7.27 2.68 FrontrDg ... ...


Foreign Exchange
Value / Prev Value Todays $1 Prev$
Country name Currency In dollars value In currency
Argent Peso .3235 .3238 3.0910 3.0887
Australia Dollar .7691 .7644 1.3001 1.3083
Brazil Real .4684 .4683 2.1350 2.1355
Britain Pound 1.8963 1.8907 .5273 .5289
Canada Dollar ,8936 .8905 1.1190 1.1230
Chile Peso .001908 .001907 524.11 524.47
China Yuan .1267 .1266 7.8944 7.8959
Colombia Peso .000432 .000430 2312.50 2323.00
Czech Rep Koruna .0449 .0447 22.26 22.36
Denmark Krone .1708 .1702 5.8548 5.8738
Dominican Rep Peso .0299 .0299 33.50 33.50
Egypt Pound .1743 .1743 5.7370 5.7370
Euro Euro 1.2736 1.2693 .7852 .7878
Hong Kong Dollar .1286 .1285 7.7756 7.7811
Hungary Forint .0049 .0049 204.71 205.06
India Rupee .0222 .0221 45.086 45.259
Indnsia Rupiah .000110 .000110 9090.91 9110.00
Israel Shekel .2332 .2334 4.2880 4.2843
Japan Yen .008504 .008447 117.59 118.39
Jordan Dinar 1.4112 1.4114 .7086 .7085
Kuwait Dinar 3.4576 3.4578 .2892 .2892
Lebanon Pound .000662 .000661 1510.57 1512.50
Malaysia Ringgit .2739 .2726 3.6515 3.6685
Mexico Peso .093187 .093227 10.7311 10.7265
N. Zealand Dollar .6622 .6573 1.5101 1.5213
Norway Krone .1529 .1530 6.5402 6.5355
Pakistan Rupee .0165 .0165 60.62 60.57
Peru New Sol .3103 .3099 3.223 3.227
Philpins Peso .0201 .0200 49.82 49.89
Poland Zloty ,3284 .3277 3.05 3.05
Russia Ruble .0374 .0374 26.7437 26.7730
Saudi Arab Riyal .2668 .2667 3.7480 3,7498
Singapore Dollar .6410 .6385 1.5600 1.5662
Slovak Rep Koruna .0350 .0350 28.54 28.59
So. Africa Rand .1348 .1336 7.4200 7.4876
So. Korea Won .001056 .001053 946.97 949.70
Sweden Krona .1382 .1376 7.2351 7.2681
Switzerind Franc .8010 .7977 1.2484 1.2536
Taiwan Dollar .0300 .0301 33.29 33.26
Thailand Bahl .02725 .02704 36,70 36.99
U.A.E. Dirham .2723 .2723 3.6729 3.6730
Uruguay NewPeso .0421 .0420 23.7744 23.7850
Venzuel Bolivar .000466 .000346 2145.92 2890.74


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18.75 .22 biamLKg ......
7.95 2.35 GascoEngy ......
3.89 2.10 GoldStrg ... 3
8.93 6.10 GreyWolf ... 9
18.90 3.80 GpoSimec ......
23.00 17.95 iSAstlanya.67e q
25.62 19.44 iSCannya.1Se q
25.26 18.56 iShGer nya.12e q
47.71 30.03 iShMexnya.48e q
152.50 95.49 iShSilvern ... q
64.80 54.50 iShSP100cbol.00e
+13.4
111.25 75.90 iShEmMki.99e q
92.77 81.61 iSh20TB4.17e q
80.51 79.26 iShl-3TB3.19e q
70.97 55.15 iShEAFE1.1le q
37.35 25.37 iShGSNet ... q
85.70 67.19 iShNqBio ... q
97.73 68.99 iShC&SRit2.80e q
80.23 65.24 iSRiKVnyal.64e q
54.42 47.65 iSR1KGnya.52e q
78.53 61.96 iSR2KVnyal.18e q
81.55 63.90 iSR2KG nya.26e q
78.58 61.94 iShR2Knya.77e q
2.50 1.80 IdaGnM n ... dd
3.61 1.92 InllgSysh ... dd


11 IZ.
57 2.85
14 2.81
7 7.13
... 17.90
... 22.70
... 24.74
.. 25.08
... 48.08
.. 120.11
q ..

13 102.00
... 88.87
... 80.29
15 70.40
... 30.39
... 78.97
... 97.27
... 79.76
... 53.94
... 77.40
... 77.10
... 76.14
... 2.19
... 2.49


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64.55 +.84

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+.69 +10.7
+.54 +14.1
+.03 +3.3
+.08 +16.4


Spot Metals


Eds: REPEATING
NEW YORK (AP) Spot nonlerrous metal prices Friday.
Aluminum $1.280 per Ib., London Metal Exch. Fri.
Copper -S3.4443 Cathode full plate, U.S. destinations
Copper $3.3910N.Y. Marc spot Fri.
Lead $1627.00 per metric ion, London Metal Exch.
Zinc -S$1.9708 per lb., delivered.
Gold 596.25 Handy & Harman (only daily quote).
Gold $598.20 troy oz., NY Mere spot Fri.
Siver $12.055 Handy&S Harman (only daly quote).
Silver $12.015 troy oz., N.Y. Merc spot Fri.
Mercury-$583.00per761b flask. N.Y.
Platinum -$1085.00 troy oz., N.Y. (contract).
Platinum $1076.70 troy oz., N.Y. Merc spot Fri.
n.q.-not quoted, n.a.-notl available r-revised

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 4.98 4.96
6-month disc 4.97 4.95
T-Bill, annualized, adjusted for
constant maturity:
1-year 5.05 5.03
T-Noles:
1 -year 4.91 4.99
2-year 4.75 4.88
5-year 4.64 4.76
10-year 4.68 4.79
T-Bond:

30-year 4.80 4.91
Libor:
3-month 5.38 5.38
6-month 5.40 5.41
FHLB Cost ol Funds. 11th District:
Elf. Sept 29 4.277 4.277
FNMA 30-year mortgage commitment:
30-days 6.25 6.31
Money market fund:
Merrill Lynch Ready Assets:


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CHRONICLE


MUTLUALS


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2006 3D


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12-mo.
Name NAV chg %1rtn
ABN AMRO Funds:
MECGroN 25.17 +.32 +10.7
AIM Investments A:
BasicValA p 3698 +,35 +17.4
CapDev p 19.76 +.30 +23.6
Chart p 14.91 +.02 +19.4
Cons8 p 25.56 -.06 +11.0
HYIdAp 4.42 +.01 +9,1
IntlGrow 27.88 +.20 +32.4
LrgCpGrAt 11.19 -.05 +1423
MdCpCrEq p 30,65 + 23 +15,0
MuBp 8.09 +.03 +5.3
RealEst p 36.03 +.32 +43.4
SelEqtyr 20,31 +.06 +16.9
SmCpGrA p 30.32 +.36 +19,8
AIM Investments B:
BaslcValB t 34.46 +.32 +16,5
CapDavBt 18.01 +.26 +22,7
CharBt 14.25 +.02 +18.4
ConstBt 23.62 -.06 +10.2
AIM Investor Cl:
DvrsDivMidp 13.85 +,07 +19.8
Dynamic 20.44 +.30 +23.3
Energy 4316 +.51 +18.7
SummitP p 12.79 +.15 +15.9
Utilities 16.20 +.07 +24.7
AMF Funds:
UltShrtMtg 9.68 +.01 +4.4
Advance Capital I:
Balanced p 18.87 +.15 +12.5
Retlnc n 9.67 +.04 +4.3
Alger Funds B:
SmCapGr t 5.76 +.08 +23,3
Alger Funds InstI:
MidCpGrl 17.37 +.25 +13.4
AllianceBern A:
BalanA p 16803 +.15 +14.9
BIWthStrAp 13.25 +.08 +16.3
GIbGolncA 7.63 +.0 +.0 +7 .4
GlbiBechA p 61.99 -.23 +12.5
GrmlncAp 4.31 +.03 +19.0
GrowthAp 36.19 +.53 +5,3
S InGroAp 18.16 +.13 +25.4
m InlValAp 22.22 +.08 +37.7
LgCapGrA p 19.98 +.08 +4.8
SmCapGrA 25.76 +.30 +15.2
AllianceBem Adv:
AInValAdv 22.56 +.09 +38.2
LgCapGrAdv 20.69 +.08 +5.1
AllianceBmrn B:
CorpBdBp 11.81 +.07 +4.4
GIlbTechB t 55.43 -.21 +11.6
GrIlncBp 4.21 +.03 +18.0
GrowhBt 24.87 +.36 +36 4.5
LgCpGrBt 17.87 +.07 +4.1
SmCpGrBt 21.47 +.25 +14.3
USGovtB p 6.82 +.03 +2.8
AllianceBern C:
SmCapGrC I 21.54 +.25 +14.3
AllianceBern I:
ReElnvrl 18.12 +.14 +42.8
Allianz Funds A:
NFJDiVal t 16.73 +.09 +27.8
SmCpVA 32.93 +.28 +19.2
RenalsA 22.90 +.19 +17.3
Allianz Funds C:
NFJDiVal 16.58 +.06 +26.8
GwLhC t 20.58 +.07 +17.6
TargetC 17.92 +.27 +16.0
Amer Beacon AMR:
LgCapAmr 23.54 +.12 +21.9
Amer Beacon Insti:
InlEqlns 24.68 +.27 +29.3
LgCaplnst 23.77 +.12 +21.6
SmCaplnst 22.53 +.16 +19.9
Amer Beacon Plan:
LgCapPlan 22.74 +.12 +21.3
SmCpPlan 22.07 +.16 +19.6
Amer Century Adv:
EqGrop 25.64 +.09 +18.8
Eqtylncnpp 8.91 +.05 +20.0
Amer Century Ins:
Ultra 28.87 +.07 +0.9
Amer Century Inv:
Balanced n 17.00 +.07 +12.6
EqGmlnv.n 25.66 +.09 +19.1
Eqlnco n 8.92 +.06 +20.5
FLMuBndn 10.66 +.02 +4.3
GNMAIn 10.14 +.03 +4.5
Gifn 20.15 +.07 +20.2
GIblGold n 17.88 +.39 +46.0
Growlhin 21.93 +.03 +13.9
Hentagel n 15.59 +.05 +19.9
IncGro n 33.58 +.29 +20.3
InlBnd 13.74 +.17 +4.4
SIntDscnr 17.07 +.21 +38.0
InlGrol n 11.76 +.13 +27.5
LgComVal 7.39 +.07 +20.9
ULeSi n 5.28 -.06 +2,5
NewOppnr 6.44 +.10 +18.8
OneChgAggn 12.58 +.07 +17.,9
RealEsiln 32.76 +.32 +41.9
Selectln 36.21 +.34 +0.6
SGovon 9.35 +.02 +4.0
SmCapVa n 10.78 +.05 +20.4
SmaliCo 10.05 +.06 +9.7
StrMod n 7.20 +.04 +15.0
SUltra n 28.52 +.07 +0.7
SUtiln 15.80 +.16 +25.8
r Valualnvn 7.84 +.06 +21.7
SVsta n 16.43 +.12 +135
Ameridcan Funds A:
SAmcapFAp 20.21 +.10 +14.5
AmMutlA p 29.14 +.16 +18.4
Ba/lAp 19.07 +.11 +13,5
BondFdA p 13.29 +.06 +5,7
CapWidA p 18.93 +.20 +5.3
CaplnBldA p 59.94 +.50 +21.2
CapWGrA p 41.55 +.36 +25.8
EupacA p 47.19 +.27 +28.2
'Fund/nvA p 40'.37 +.32 +24.5
rGovtAp 13.36 +.07 +38
,, .. ,, +.30 +18.1
MI T,-l- i +.03' +10.9
l H lMunAi 15.80 +.05 +6.8
IncoFdAp 20.32 +.13 +20.2
IntBdA p 13.42 +.05 +4.1
SInvCoAAp 34.95 +.16 +20.0
SNwEconAp 25.56 +.22 +21.2
SNewPerA p 32.58 +.26 +23.8
NewWoddA 47.40 +.58 +35.1
SmCpWA p 40.53 +.31 +27.9
STaxExptAp 12.53 +.05 +5.3
TxExCAAa p 16.81 +.07 +5.7
WshMutAwp 34.78 +.18 +20.8
American Funds B:
SAmcapBrt 19.45 +.09 +13.6
BalanBl 19,01 +.11 +12.7
BondBYt 13.29 +.06 +4.9
CaplnBldB t 59.94 +.50 +20.3
CapWGrBt 41.35 +.35 +24.8
" EurpacB t 46.47 +.27 +27.3
SFundlnvBt 40.26 +.30 +23.5
GrowthBt 32.15 +.286 +17.2
IncomeBt 20.21 +.13 +19.3
ICABt 34.79 +16 +19.0
SNewPerspt 31.93 +.25 +22.8
WashB t 34.57 +.17 +19.8
Ariel Mutual Fds:
Apprec 50.08 +.66 +12.6
Adel n 53.20 +.57 +11.1
Artisan Funds:
]n' 29.62 +.04 +29.6
SInOSmCp r 23,77 +.23 +35.1
t InOValufr 27.66 +.31 +33.6
+ MidCap 32.72 +.46 +15.9
MidCapVal 20.57 +.27 +173
SmlCap 18.52 +.13 +13.9
SmCapVal 19.80 +.04 +24.2
Baron Funds:
+ Assetn 61.61 +.55 +18.0
Growth 49.78 +.81 +18.7
Partners p 21.06 -.08 +26.6
SSmlCap 24.93 +.42 +20.7
Bernstein Fds:
SIntDur 13.12 +.06 +4.7
CaMu 14,20 +.03 +3.8
D'wMun 14.01 +.03 +3.6
NYMon 13.84 +.03 +3,7
TxMgd[nIVI 28.17 +.12 +28.2
lntVal2 28.14 +.15 +28.3
EmgMkts 40.52 +.29 +33.9
tBlackRockA:
i AuroraA 36,98 +.40 +15.4
BalCapA p 28.06 +.02 +15.6
BasValA p 32.77 +.31 +25.3
FdGrAp 19.30 ... +11.0
GIbA/Or 17.86 +.13 +17.3
HIYdlnvA 7.97 +.01 +9.4
LgCapCrAp 13.95 +.09 +20.6
LrgCapValAp 16.66 +.19 +21.7
LngacyA p 14.93 +.04 +11.4
S8P500p 17.02 +.11 +18.5
BlackRock B&C:
BasicValB t 32.08 +.30 +24.3
FundlGrBl 17.60 ... +10.1
FdGrCt 17.69 ... +10.1
GIAIB/ 17.47 +.11 +16.3
GlobAICt 16.89 +.11 +18.4
LrgCapCr/ 13.25 +.08 +19.7
BlackRock Fds BIrk:
TolRetll 9.51 +.04 +4.7
BlackRock InatI:
In/lValr 30.07 +.25 +29.3
BasVall 32.95 +.32 +25.6
BalaCapl 28.15 +.02 +18.1
GIbA6Ioc r 17.92 +.13 +17.5
FundlGdr 19.77 +.01 +11.3
Na//Muno 10.56 +.04 +6.0
S&P500 17.09 +.11 +18.8
LgCapCrl 14.18 +.09 +21.0
Bramwell Funds;
GrOwthFdp 19.36 +.18 +12.0
Brandywine Fds:
BlueFd 31.30 -.77 +18,5
Brandywina n 33.63 +.30 +18.5
Bridgeway Funds:
USCMark8l 19.39 +.01 +16.3
Brinson FundsY:
HighY/dY n 7.05 -.03 +9.9
Buffalo Funds:
Sm/Cap 28.19 -.09 +19.2
CGM Funds:
CapDevo n 30.52 +.07 +17.8
FocusFd 36.59 -.26 +12.2
Mol/in 28.59 -.06 +9.3
Realty n 33.30 +.18 +3861
CRM Funds:
MIdCapVall 30.45 +.27 +22.0
Calamos Funds:
GrolncCt 32.79 +.17 +12,8
Gdh~lncAp 32.01 +.17 +13,7


GrowlhA p 55,02 +.29 +11,7
GromwthB t 56.28 +.29 +10.8
GrowthCt 52.20 +.26 +10.8
Calvert Group:
Incop 16.73 +.02 +5.1
IntIEqA p 24.92 +.28 +29,9
LgCpGrwtht 31.36 +.06 +12.6
Munlnt 10.66 +.01 +3.7
Soc/alA p 30.04 +.16 +11.0
SocBd p 15,83 +.03 +4.7
SocEqA p 38.21 +.19 +14.2
TxFLtd n 10.40 -.01 +1.5
TxFLng p 16.56 +.04 +5.0
TxFV T 15,70 +.02 +4.6
Cambiar Funds:
>r Opptylnsll 19.79 +.26 NS
.' Opporinv 19,75 +.26 +19.8
Causeway Intl:
Institutional 19.53 +.28 +27.4
Investor r 19.41 +.28 +27.1
Clipper 92.48 +1,04 +14.9
Cohen & Steers:
e InslRitRy n 58.48 +.46 +43.0
P RIlyShrs n 93.61 +.74 +43.0
pColumbia Class A:
SAcornm I 30.21 +.27 +20.5
r, FocusEqA I 20.76 +01 +11.7
inllValueA r 2531 +.34 +29.2


12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn
LgCapValuA 14.90 +.07 +20.2
21CntryA tI 13.51 +.05 +23.4
MarsGroA t 19.29 +05 +10.9
MIdCpValA 14.66 +,06 +22.4
TxExAp 13.75 +.06 +69
Columbia Class B:
Acorn I 29.00 +.27 +19.8
Columbia Class C:
Acorn t 286.93 +.26 +19,6
Columbia Class Z:
Acorn Z 30.95 +.29 +20.9
AcomlntlZ 40,39 +.57 +35.3
AcomUSA 28S93 +.20 +17.2
CoreBondZ 1053 +.068 +4.2
FocusEqZI 21,13 +.01 +12.0
InlmBdZ n 8.62 +.04 +5.0
IntmTEBd n 1036 +,04 +4.7
InlEqZ 1681 +13 +302
InllStkZ n 19.84 +.17 +28.7
IntlValZ 25.47 +.34 +2905
LgCapCoreZ 14.30 +.05 +18.9
LgCapGrwth 23.67 +.14 +14.5
LgCapldxZ 26.88 +.17 +1869
LgCapValZ 14.92 +07 +20,6
MarsGrPrZ 19.62 +.05 +11.2
MarinOppZ r 14.61 +.08 +32.3
MIdCapGr Z 25.79 +.33 +20,3
MIdCpldxZ 12.11 +.11 +17.4
MdCpValp 14.69 +.06 +22.7
STIncZ 9.78 +.02 +4.3
SmCporeZ 20.85 +.07 +22.1
SmICapldxZ n 22.09 +.17 +20.3
StrlnvZ 19.40 +.16 +17.2
TaxEmptZ 13.75 +.06 +7.2
TotRetBd CiZ 9.68 +.05 +4.8
CG Cap Mkt Fds:
IntlEq 14.03 .08 +28.9
LgGrw 13.56 +.06 +9.2
LgValn 12.93 +.13 +24.2
Credit Suisse ABCD:
ValueA 22.04 +.27 +22.3
DFA Funds:
USCoreEq2n 11.40 +.08 +20.7
DWS Scudder CIA:
BalanrceA 969 +.05 +11.9
CommA p 22.75 +.56 +26.9
DrmHiRA 50461 +.27 +20.4
OSmCaVal 38.30 +.51 +27.8
HilncA 5.39 -.02 +9.2
MgdMunip 9.17 +.02 +5.7
RREEF p 26.82 +.28 +42.6
TechA 11.33 -.03 +5.9
US GovtA 8.37 ... +4.3
DWS Scudder Cl C:
DrmHIRC 50.50 +.26 +19.5
DWS Scudder Cl S:
CapGrth r 49.96 +.33 +12.4
CorePoslnco 12.64 +.03 +4.8
EmMkin 12.08 +.09 +14.6
EmgMkGr nr 25.47 +.22 +37.8
EuroEqty 36.81 +.25 +34.9
GNMAS 14.67 +.01 +4,6
GIblBdSr 9.61 +.05 +4,3
GlobOpport 44.61 +.45 +29.0
GlobalTheme 37.01 +,30 +36.4
Gold&Prec 22,60 +.39 +44.7
GrolncS 23.67 +.06 +15.9
HiYldTxn 12.99 +.04 +6.6
IntrTxAMT 11.16 +.02 +412
Interna/IS 59.54 +.47 +28.8
LgCapValS r 23.99 +.09 +18.4
LgCoGron 26.66 +.18 +11.7
LatAmerEq n 57,88 +.49 +44.9
MgdMuni S 9.18 +.02 +6,0
MATFr S 14,30 +.04 +5.2
PacOppsnr 19,44 +.05 +40.5
ShtTmBdS n 9.93 -.03 +4.2
DWS Scudder Instl:
Eqty5tOIL 156.12 +1.02 +19.0
Davis Funds A:
NYVen A 37.14 +.36 +17.6
Davis Funds B:
NYVen B 35.40 +.34 +16.7
Davis Funds C &Y:
NYVenY 37.62 +.37 +17.9
NYVen C 35.63 +.34 +16.7
Delaware Invest A:
Diver Inc p 8.66 +.06 +6.6
LgCapVa]A 20.92 +.11 +25.4
TrendAp 20.71 +.10 +15.0
TxUSA p 11.62 +.05 +5.6
Delaware Invest B:
DelchB 3.35 +.01 +11.2
SelGrBs 23.89 +.55 +5.1
Del-Pooled lrust:
In/lEq 25.18 +.10 +30.6
Laortilntl 2224 +,06 +31.6
Dimensional Fds:
EmgMkVa 28.92 29 +. 42
IntSmVa n 20.60 +16 +28.1
TM USSm 25.51 +.13 +20,9
USLgCo n 40.46 +.26 +19.0
USLgVa n 24.99 +.30 +23.9
USLgVa3n 19.24 +.24 +24.2
US Micro 16.44 +.04 +20.8
US Small n 21.90 +.12 +22.2
US SmVa l 30.64 +.13 +26.1
IntlSmCo n 18.48 +.14 +25.5
EmgMkI n 23.76 +.17 +33.9
Fixd n 10.19 +.01 +4.5
Govtn 10.38 +.01 +4.3
IntVan 21.92 +21 +34.8
IntVa3 n 20.71 +.20 +35.1
GlIb5Fxlnc 10.53 +.02 A+.6
LrgCaplnt n 22.97 +.20 +27.5
TM USSmV 26.71 +.12 +24.3
TM IngValue 19.24 +.17 +34.1
TMMktwdeV 17.30 +316 +23.2
TMMiVa2 17.20 +.16 +23.4
TMUSEq 14.48 +09 +168.1
2YGIFxdn 10.12 +.01 +4.2
DFARIEstn 32.30 +.27 +41.8
Diversified Inst:
'VaIluncop '13,40 +.14 +23.9
Diversfd Inv Fds:
ValI&nc 26.98 +.26 +23.6
Dodge&Cox:
Balanced n 88.29 +.53 +16.3
IncomeFd 12.56 +.06 +4.8
Intl Stk 41.81 +.62 +30.4
Stock 155.14 +1.04 +23.2
Domini Soc Inv:
SoclaEq n 32.60 +.14 +15.7
Dreyfus:
Aprec 44.37 +.37 +16,4
BaslcS&P 28.72 +.19 +18.8
Ditop 37.34 +.21 +18.4
Dreyfus 11.17 +.11 +19.3
DreyMid r 29.99 +.26 +17.0
Dray5lont I40.56 +.26 +10.5
EmgLead 43.38 + + +13.9
FLIntr 13.00 +.04 +3.7
InsMun nt 17.91 +08 +5.2
MidcpVIr n 33.52 +24 +17.7
MunBd r 11.90 +.05 +5.9
NYTaxnr 14.83 +.07 +5.4
SmCpStk r 23.97 +.19 +20.1
Dreyfus Founders:
GrowthB 11.37 +.07 +15.7
GrowthFnp 12.04 +.08 +16.9
Dreyfus Premier:
CaDixExBdZ 14.87 +.07 +5.6
CoreEqAt 16.50 +.13 +15.9
CoreVlnv p 34.59 +.32 +23.2
EmgMktA 24.82 +.18 +32.2
LIdHYIdA p 7.23 ... +8.7
NwLdrs n 50.43 +.53 +20.5
SIrValA r 32.74 +.2 +22.8
TaxMgdGCI 17.55 +.11 +15.1
TechGroA 24.03 -.17 +9.3
EVFItRtHIAdI 9.68 ... +6.4
Eaton Vance Adv:
FlgRaet 9.864 ... +5.7
Eaton Vance Cl A:
TMG1.0 599.15 +3.86 +17.8
ChinaAp 19.41 +.14 +43.4
FloatRate 10.18 ... +5.7
AMTFrMuBdl 11,02 +.07 +3.8
Grow2hA 8.59 +.23 +24.0
HithSilA p 11.73 +.09 +11.4
IncBosA 6,45 +.01 +10.5
LgCpVal 20,85 +.16 +22.8
NalMun 11.82 +.07 +10.7
SpcEqtA 13.12 +.23 +26.1
TMG1.1 25.72 +.17 +17.4
TradGvtA 7.19 +.01 +4.0
U/t1A 13.30 +.11 +28.0
Eaton Vance Cl B:
FLMunIBt 11.10 +.03 +6.3
HhSBoiBI 12.29 +.10 +10.52
NatlMunBI 11.82 +.07 +10.0
TMG1.1 1 24.31 +.15 +16.5
Eaton Vance Cl C:
FloatRtl 9.84 ... +4.9
GovtC p 7.18 +.01 +3.2
NatlMC t 11.82 +.07 +9.9
Evergreen A:
As/AlOAp 15.03 +.06 NA
BalanA 9.14 +.05 +11.6
SpValuAp 31.00 +.15 +24.4
Evergreen B:
AsIAlloB I 14.79 +.06 NA
DitBdBtd 14.35 +.08 +3,9
MuniBondB I 7.53 +.03 +4.6
Evergreen C:
AslA/loC t 14.53 +.08 NA
Evergreen I:
CoreBdl 10.42 +,08 +4.8
AdjRn/el 9.30 +.02 +4.6
IntlBondl 10.49 +.10 +1.1
IntlEq/yl 11.25 +.09 +28.9
LgCapEq/yl 17.82 +.12 +21.8
ShIlntBdl 5.95 +.02 +4.4
SIMunli 9.94 +.02 +3.5
SpecVa/ 31.22 +.15 +24.6
Strirol 26.71 +.17 +10.4
Excelsior Funds:
EmgMk/s r 13.23 +.04 +37,9
Energy 25.55 +.77 +17.9
H/Yield np 4859 .. +9.7
ValRastrn 50.49 +.73 +19.2
FAM Funds:
Value n 50.70 +,46 +11.7
FBR Funds:
SmallCap 49.63 -.40 +30.5
FMI Funds:
Focus n 32.05 -3,42 +18.0
FPA Funds:
Cap/l 43.24 +.61 +10.2
New/nc 10.87 +.03 +4.6
FPACts n 28688 +,24 +13.4


Falrholme 28.76 +.68 +22.0
Federated A:
AmLdrA 25.91 +.24 +18.4
CapAppA 27.92 +.27 +16.9
MIdGrSIA 36.24 +.59 +17.4
KaulmA p 6.05 +.05 +19.5
MktOppAp 12.64 +.05 +2.3
MunSecA 10.68 +.03 +5.1
Federated B:
KaulmnB p 5.7 +.06 +19.0
SIrlncB 8.74 +.05 +7.6
Federated C:
KaulmnC t 5.87 +.05 +18.8
MklOppC 12,55 +,05 +1.6
Federated InstlI:
Kaulman 6.05 +.05 +19.5
MIdCap 23.55 +.21 +16.9
Fidelity Adv Foc T:
EnergyT 40.01 +1.15 +23.6
HIICarT 22.73 -.15 +12.1
Fidelity Advisor A:
DivrntlA r 23.48 +.17 +23.9
EqGrA t 50.87 +.20 +13.9
EqIncA p 31.19 +.23 +20.6
MidCapA p 24.97 +.38 +16.6
NwInsghts p 17.94 +.13 +17.1
SIrlnA 11.72 +.05 +7.2
Fidelity Advisor C:
Divln/C nt 22.59 +.18 +22.9


12-mo,
Name NAV chg % rtn
Nwnsghts In 17.53 +.12 +16.3
Fidelity Advisor I:
Divlntl n 23.4 +.17 +24.2
DivGrthl 13.66 +12 +18.6
EqGrIn 54.02 +.21 +14.3
Eqlnl 31,98 +.23 +20.9
IntBdIn 10.84 +.05 +4,4
Newlnslghtl 18.12 +13 +17.5
Fidelity AdvisorT:
BalancT 1701 +.14 +16,6
DIvlntlTp 23.23 +.17 +236
DIvGrthT p 13.42 +.12 +17.9
DynCapAppT p17,70 +.19 +21.2
EqGrTp 50.89 +.19 +136
EqInT 31.58 +.23 +20,3
GovInT 9.87 +.02 +3.7
GrOppT 34.00 +.69 +12,7
HincAdvT p 10,14 +.06 +13,1
IntBdT 10.82 +04 +4.1
MidCapT p 25.18 +39 +16.4
MunllncT p 12.98 +.05 +5.0
Nwlnsghs p 17.63 +,13 +16.9
OvrseaT 22.09 +.18 +22.9
STFtT 9.42 +.02 +4.3
SmICapT p 23,39 -.01 +13.4
StrInT 11.72 +.06 +7.2
Fidelity Freedom:
FF2000 n 12.70 +.07 +8.0
FF2010n 14.80 +.10 +11.9
FF2015n 12.26 +.09 +13.8
FF2020 n 15.65 +.12 +15.5
FF2025C n 12.79 +.10 +16.2
FF2030 n 16.11 +.13 +17,5
FF2035 n 13.15 +.10 +17.7
FF2040on 9.49 +.07 +18.1
IncomeFd n 11.59 +.08 +7.5
Fidelity Invest:
AggrGrr 18.49 +.16 +14,0
AMgr5O 16.76 +.1 +1.1,5
AMgr7O0 16.20 .12 +13.2
AMgr20 nr 13,22 +.06 +9.8
Balanc 19.27 +.16 +17.1
BlueChipGr 43.75 +.06 +10.9
CA Mun 12.41 +.05 +5.1
Canada n 49.24 +1.20 +26.9
CapApp n 27.50 +.28 +18.1
Capnco nr 8.70 +.03 +12.1
ChinaReg n 22.98 +.12 +33.5
CongrStn 457.84 +1.37 -+21.3
CTMun nr 11.41 +.04 +4.6
Contra n 68.886 +.52 +17.3
CnvSOn 24.30 +.21 +17.1
Destinylln 13,06 +.02 +16.6
DisEqan 3092 +.16 +20.0
Dverlntl n 37.60 +.39 +27.7
DivStkOn 15.34 +.21 +17.2
DivGth n 31.47 +27 +18.6
EmrgMkt n 21.94 +.27 +44.8
Equtlncn 59.17 +.47 +23.4
EQIIn 24.98 +.16 +16.6
EurCapAp n 27.39 +.34 +36,1
Europe n 42.29 +,'16 +29.1
ExchFdn 316.73 +2,53 +21.7
Export n 22,54 +.23 +15.6
FPdelFd 34,96 +.14 +19.2
Fifty nr 22.19 +.07 +17.4
FoRateH r 9.94 ... +5.9
FLMMum 11.47 +.05 +4.9
FourinOne n 29.08 +.21 +18.5
GNMAn 10,74 +.04 +4.4
GovSncn 10.04 +.05 +4.1
GroCoan 67.05 +.78 +16.6
Groinc 30.53 +.45 +12.8
Grolncll 10.90 +.05 +17.8
Highnc rn 8.93 +.01 +9.5
Indepdnce n 21.38 +.08 +20,1
nProBnd 10.91 +.11 +2.5
InIBd n 10.27 +.04 +4.5
IntGov 10.01 +.04 +3.9
InImMuni n 9.98 +.03 +4.6
IntlDis 36.72 +.38 +284
IntlSmCap in 28.96 +.31 +21.5
IntlSCpOppr 14.24 +.13 +39.50
InvGBn 7.39 +.04 +5:4
Japan n 16.97 +01 +16.9
JpnSmCo n 13,44 -.03 +2.2
LgCapVI 14,72 +.10 +22.7
LatAmn 41,12 +.21 +50.0
LevCoStock 28.19 +.41 +25.3
LowPr m 41.55 +.38 +21.1
Magellan n 90.58 +.4 +42 13.6
MDMuom 10.87 +.04 +4.7
MAMunin 11.93 +.0 5 +5.4
MI Muni n 11.87 +.04 +5.1
MidCap n 29,36 +.34 +27.4
MNMunn 11.43 +.04 +4.7
MtgeSecn 11,03 +.05 +4.9
Munglncn 12.86 +.06 +5.4
NJMunr 11.55 +.05 +5.3
NewMkt nr 15.02 +.10 +14.2
NewMG l n 38.25 +.41 +21.7
NY Munn 12.83 +.06 +5.1
OTC 39.81 +.31 +15.4
Oh Mun 11.69 +.05 +5.2
Ovrsean 47.12 +.52 +29.2
PacBas n 27,36 +.23 +26.2
PAMun nr 1080 +.03 +4,7
Punlan 19.79 +.14 +16,8
RealEstn 36.22 +.22 +41.6
ShlntMun 10.20 +.01 +3.1
STBF n 8.87 +.02 +4.5
SmCaplnd 22.20 +.26 +18.0
SmaulCapSnr 18.73 +.18 +18.0
SmCapValu r 13.71 +.11 +22.4
SE Asia5 n 25.53 +.31 +42.5
S/kSIc n 27.23 +.14 +18.4
S/ratDivunc 13.33 +.11 +19.3
StraIncn 10.60 +.05 +7.9
SralReRln r 10.18 +,10 +5.9
TotalBond n 10.44 +.05 +5.5
Trend n 62.95 +.28 +18,1
USBI n 10.86 +06 +4.9
UoShldrn 10.02 ... +4.7
Ulityn 18.32 +.19 +32.4
ValueDisc 17.06 +.18 +25.4
ValStra 34.53 +.48 +24.1
Value n 83.72 +.65 +22.1
Wrldwden 21.85 +,17 +24.1
Fidelity Selects:
Air n 46.30 +.18 +32.3
Banking n 38.25 +.11 +15.5
Biotechn 66.19 +.82 +16.3
Broker n 76.88 +1.35 +29.3
Chem n 70.53 +.09 +22.3
CommEquip 19.93 -.32 +7.6
CompAn 37.50 -.15 +13.0
ConsumDscr 27,87 +.27 +22.5
ConStaple 58.09 +72 +20.4
CstHoun 45.78 +.67 +11.2
DfAeron 80.56 -.16 +22.7
Electr n 42.48 +.22 +10.5
Energy n 48.98 +1.44 +19.2
EngSvc n 67.06 +2.26 +17.9
Environ 17.43 +.13 +19.6
FinSvoc 124.68 +1,13 +21.0
Goldrn 33.82 +.58 +44.2
Health n 129.66 -1.28 +12.0
HomeFinn 54.29 +.64 +16,1
Insur n 72.27 +.47 +14,0
Leisr n 83.15 +50 +21,3
Maledrials 48,24 +.63 +26.1
MedDei n 50.59 -1.08 +3.1
MedEqSys n 24.01 -.17 +7.2
Multimed n 48.63 +1.13 +18.0
NaGas n 38.95 +.99 +12.4
NatRes n 26.73 +.79 +25.5
Paper n 30.92 -.05 +22.2
Pharman 10.94 -.13 +19.9
Retail n 54.93 +.77 +28.6
Softwrn 63.59 +.83 +25.3
TechAn 65.87 +.46 +12.5
Telecom n 47.65 +.53 +31.8
Transn 50,55 +.55 +22.9
UtilGrn 53,58 +.27 +30.4
Wireless n 6.77 +.02 +12.5
Fidelity Spartan:
Equtlndlnvn 48.78 +.32 +19.0
ExtMkllndlnv 38.15 +.39 +20.4
5001cIndxlnv nr 95.83 +.63 +19.0
Gavin n 10.79 +.01 0.0
Inlllindxinv 42.31 +.39 +29.1
TotMktIndtnv 36.63 +.28 +19.4
Fidelity Spart Adv:
EqlndxAdv 48.78 +.32 +19,0
IntlAdv r 42.32 +.39 +29.2
5C0Advr 95.84 +.63 +19.0
TollMktAdv r 38.64 +.28 +19,4
First Amer FdsY:
CoreBond 10.95 +.02 +4.5
Eqylnco np 16.03 +508 +21,8
Eqldxonp 25.78 +,14 +18.8
In[Bond 8.82 +.01 +4,2
In/ln 15.03 +.14 +27.6
MdCpGrOp 43.74 +.58 +16.7
First Eagle:
GlobalA 48.38 +.50 +21.7
OverseasA 26.72 +.26 +22,4
First Investors A
BIChipA p 23,05 +.14 +18.5
GlobalA p 8.02 +.07 +19,8
GovtAp 10.71 +.54 +4.0
GrolncA p 15.20 +.04 +16.6
IncomeA p 3.03 +.01 +8.5
InvGrdA p 9.51 +.06 +4.0
MATFAp 11.81 +.CO +4.0
MITFAp 12.29 +.04 +4.6
M/dCapA np 29808 +.15 +12.5
NJTFA p 12.91 +.06 +4.4
NYTFAp 14.34 +.0 +4,3
PATFAp 12.92 +.04 +4.5
SpSitA p 23.72 +.33 +25.2
TaxExp/A p 9.93 +.04 +4.0
To/Re/Ap 14988 +.06 +12,0
ValuoB p 7.64 +.06 +21.7
Firsthand Funds:
GlobTech 4.13 +.02 +19.0
Tech Valuon 34.17 -.35 +1398
Frank/Temp Frnk A:
AGEAp 2.10 .. +9.0
AdjUSp 8.88 +.91 +3.6
ALTFAp 11.46 +.04 +4.8
AZTFAp 11.08 +.05 +5.4
Eallnv p 69.37 +.68 +21.2
CAHYBdp 10.50 +.06 +7.3
CallnsAp 12.68 +.05 +5.0
CA/InOenAp 11.54 +.04 +4.7
CalTFrA p 7.35 +.CO +0.9
CapGrA 11.79 +.09 +12.8
COTFAp 12.02 +.06 +5.4
CTTFAp 11.069 +.4 +50
CvlSecAp 17.21 +.18 +15.0
DblTxFrA 11.97 +.06 +5.2


DynaTechA 26.34 +,06 +8,6
EqlncA p 22.67 +.1. +18.4
Fedlnterm p 11.44 +.04 +4.8
FedTxFrAp 12.15 +,06 +56
FPlxCapGrA 42.10 .31 +13.5
FIRIDA p 10,06 ... +5.6
FLTFAp 11.90 .+04 +5.1
FoundFAlp 14.07 .10 +20.3
GATFA p 12.11 +.06 +5.1
GoldPrM A 30.48 +,63 +48.7
GrowthA p 40.42 +.04 +19.9
HY TFAp 10.95 +.05 +7.6
IncoSerA p 2.63 +.02 +17.9
InsTFA p 12.28 +.04 +4.8
NYIntmlTFp 10.92 +04 +4.3
LATFAp 11056 .05 +5.7
LMGvSecA 9.689 +. +3,4
MDTFAp 11.76 +.06 +5.1
MassTFA p 11.91 +.04 +4.9
MichTFA p 12.23 .03 +4.7
MNInsA 12.11 +.04 +5.0
MOTFAp 12.29 +06 +5.3
NJTFA p 12.14 +.05 +5.1
NYInsAp 11.58 +.05 +4.9
NYTFA p 11.82 +.05 +4.6
NC TFA p 1231 .05 +5.2
OhiolTFA p 12.56 .04 +5,2
ORTFA p 11806 +.04 +4.9
PATFAp 10.41 .04 +5.0


12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn
ReESecAp 2910 +,33 +23.
RIsDIvA p 37.10 .09 +23.
SMCpGrA 3944 +.46 +13.3
SIralnc p 10.24 +.05 +7.7
USGovA p 6.43 +.03 +4.4
UtlltlesA p 13.56 + 08 +22.3
VATFAp 11.81 +.04 +4.6
Frank/Trmp Fmnk Adv:
IncomeAdv 2.61 +.01 +17,7
Frank/Temp Frnk B:
IncomeB1 p 2.63 +.02 +17.3
IncomeB 2.62 +.02 +17.0
Frank/Temp Frnk C:
FoundFAI p 13.84 +.10 +19.5
IncomaC t 2.64 +.02 +17,2
Frank/Temp Mtl A&B:
BeaconA 17.41 +.18 +23.0
DOscovA 2985 .23 +26.5
EuropnAp 2480 +.19 +30.9
QuallfledA t 22.27 +21 +22.5
SharesA 26,67 +.26 +20.7
Frank/Temp Mtl C:
DscC t 29.53 +.23 +25,7
SharesC I 26.29 +.26 +19.9
Frank/TempTemp A:
DevMktA p 26.97 + 37 +31.7
ForelgnAp 13.20 +.13 +20.7
GIBondA p 10.89 +.10 +10.7
GISmCoA p 8.54 -.02 +22.4
GrowthAp 24.65 +.20 +2319
IntlxEM p 19.95 +.24 +26.5
WorldA p 19.02 +.24 +23.1
Frank/Temp Tmp Adv:
FrgnAv 13.16 +.14 +21.0
GthAv 24.68 +.20 +24.3
Frank/TempTmp B&C:
DevMklC 26.33 +.36 +30.8
ForgnCgp 13.01 +.13 +19.8
GwtC p 24.04 +.19 +23,0
GE Elfun S&S:
S&SlIncomen 11.13 +.05 +5.1
S&Sn PMan 48.60 +.37 +19.8
TaxEx 11.76 +.05 +5.4
Trusts n 55.49 +.59 +14.4
GE Instl Funds:
InllEq n 15.81 +.23 +31.0
GMOEmMkVr 21.41 +.23 NA
GMO Trust II:
Foreign 18.21 +.15 +30.6
GMOTrust I:h
EmgMkr 21.47 +.24 NA
ECD 11.41 +.07 +15.8
Foreign 18.29 +.15 +30.7
InIlGrEq 32.39 +.27 +26.0
IntlCoreEqy 38,78 +.31 +29.0
IntlIlntrVal 35.40 +22 +28.9
IntlSmCo 13,96 +.10 +31.4
TxMgdIntE 19.97 +.13 +29,7
USQloyEqty 21.98 +.06 +18,0
USCorEqy 14.96 +.06 +14,5
GMOTrust IV:
CorePiusBd 10.69 +.02 +4.9
EmgCnDt 11.42 +08 +15.9
EmerMkt 21,42 +.23 NA
Foreign 18.30 +.15 +30.7
InllCoraEq 38.77 +.30 +29.1
IntllnlrVal 35.39 +,21 +29.0
USQualEq 21.99 +.06 +18.0
GMOllustVI:
EmgMktsr 21.44 +.24 NA
InfllndxPlus 25.78 +.17 NS
IntIlCoreEq 36.77 +.31 NS
USCoreEq 14,94 +.07 +14.7
Gabelll Funds:
Asset 48.10 +.61 +23.6
Growth AAA 29.86 +.27 +10,9
Gartmore Fds D:
Bond 9.56 +0 + +5.0
GvtBdD 10.17 +.05 +4.3
GrowthD 7.32 +.02 +10.4
NationwD 20.51 +.09 +17.6
TxFre r 10.48 +.03 +4.3
Gartmore Fds Insti:
IntldxI/n 10.60 +07 +29.0
MdCpMkldxl n 15.79 +.15 +17.1
NwBddl n 10.77 +.06 .4.6
S&P500InstI n 11.80 +.08 +18.9
Gartmora Fds Serv:
IDModAgg p 10.98 +.08 NA
IDMod p 10.94 +.07 NA
Gateway Funds:
Gateway 26.87 +.04 +11.2
Glenmede Funds:
Intl 19,73 -2.48 +29.9
Phplalntl 19,54 -2.51 +29.6
Goldman Sachs A:
CapGrA 21.95 +.39 +13.9
GrIStrA 13.24 +.05 +17.0
GrIncA 30.00 +.23 +24,3
GrthOppsA 22,11 +.29 +10.7
HIYoeldA 8.03 +.01 +10.6
HYMuntAp 11.54 +.05 +8.8
MIdCapVA p 39.10 +.41 +20.5
SmaCapA 46.40 +.12 +22,9
Goldman Sachs Inst:
ComFxc 9.83 +.05 +4.3
HiYteld 8.04 +.01 +11.0
HYMunI 11.54 +.04 +.2
MidCapVal 39.48 +.42 +21.0
Structlntl 15.10 +.11 +30.3
Guardian Funds:
Stock 32.60 +.19 +22.1
GuldeStone Funds:
CpOppGS4 16.70 +,14 +15.0
SlblEqGS4 17.84 +.15 +18.4
GrlncoGS4 15.13 +.12 +11.6
GrEqGS4 17.61 +.13 +7.1
IntIEqGS4 20.27 +.23 +29.2
LowDurGS4 12.67 +.04 +3.8
MdDurGS4 13,40 +.09 +4.7
VaIEqGS4 19.63 +.17 +21.6
Harbor Funds:
Bond 11.73 .07 +4.6
CapAppnst n 32.67 +.12 +8.3
Inlnr 60.13 +.52 +35.2
SCpVIInst 21.32 +.18 +15.0
Harding Loevner:
EmgMktsr 40.27 +16 +36.0
Hartford Fds A:
AdvrsAp 16.74 +.18 +12.8
CapAppAp 39.69 +.28 +22.9
DItvGhA p 21.52 +.24 +21.2
FItRateA p 10.10 -.05 +6.6
MidCapAp 25.368 +.10 +18.8
SmICoA p 21.60 +.16 +20.9
Hartford Fds B:
CapAppBpn 36.28 +.25 +21.9
Hartford Fds C:
CapAppC t 36.43 +.26 +22.0
Hartford HLS IA:
CapApp 56.76 +.43 +24.0
DiscplEqty 13.76 +.04 +15.9
Div&Grwth 23.71 +.27 +21.9
GlblLdrs 20.24 -.05 +20.2
GrwthOpp 31.18 +.10 +16.1
Advisers 24.21 +.25 +13.2
Stock 54.17 +.68 +18.1
Index 33.30 +.22 +18.7
InOlOpp 15.53 +.12 +26.3
MidCap 29.90 +.12 +19.2
TotalReBd 11.61 +.07 +4.8
Hartford HLS IB:
Advisors p 24.34 +.26 +13.0
CapApprec p 56.37 +.42 +23.7
DOM&Gro p 23.59 +26 +21.6
TotR ip 11.53 +.06 +4.5
Heartland Fds:
Value 53.53 +.40 +26.9
Henderson GIbI Fds:
IntlOppAp 23.08 +.31 +30.1
Hennessy Funds:
CorGrow 21.00 +.27 +20,1
ComrGroll 30.89 -.02 +22.8
Heritage Funds:
MidCSokAp 30.1 +.19 +19.0
HollBalFd 16.64 +,08' +13.0
Hotchkis & Wiley:
CoreValul 14.10 +.08 +16.7
LgCpVal 25.38 +.14 +15.3
LgCapValA p 25.29 +14 +15.0
MdCpVaslA p 31.27 +.36 +22.2
MIdCpVal 31.45 +.36 +22.5
HussmnStrGr 16.22 +.02 +4.0
ICM SmICo 41,80 +.31 +23.8
ICON Fds:
Energy 33.47 +.90 +15.7
Hllhcare 17.99 -.20 +7.2
ING Funds Cl A:
IntValA p 21.52 +.29 +28.9
ING Partners:
JPMFInd n 15.64 +.15 +26.9
SBAgg~rI n 48.40 +.19 +16.6
TRPGrEql n 57.17 +.61 +17.0
ING T,M,Q&:
InlVall 21.58 +.30 +29.3
ISI Funds:
NoAm p 7.40 +;07 +5.86
IXIS Advisor CI A:
TarEqty 10.70 +.05 +10.6
Ivy Funds:
GINanRsA p 31.14 +.63 +32.1
GIbNalRsCp 25.86 +,56 +31.1
JPMorgan A Class:
InvBalp 12.93 +.07 +12.4
InoGr&lnA p 14.57 +.08 +15.6
MdCpVal p 26.15 +.08 +22.1
JP Morgan Insth:
MIdCapVal n 28.59 +;08 +22.7
JPMorgan Select:
Bond 9.29 +.06 +4,3
InllEq 37.73 +.35 +28,4
IntrepdGr 22.14 +.05 +15,8
MdCpValu ... +22.4
USEquoiy 12.17 +;07 +20.6
JPMorgan Sal CIs:
CoreBond 10.60 +;05 +4.4
CorePlusBd n 7.74 +.05 +4.8
Eqlndx 31.37 +.21 +18.9
GovBond 10.11 +,07 +4.4
HiYIdBond 8.41 +,02 +11.5
IntmdTFBd 10.67 +.04 +4.2
IntlEql 26.74 +.22 +29.7
IntrdAmer 27.43 +.15 +21.2
LgCapVal 18.01 +,23 +23.5
MItCpMkNeur 11.21 -.04 +8.4
MunilncSI 9.78 +.04 +4.5
SmCpCore 49,46 +.34 +21.1
TaxFrBond n 12.75 +.05 +4.9
JP Morgan Ultra:
MtgBacked 10.44 +.06 +4.9
Janus:
Balanced n 24,00 +.16 +14.8


Contrarian 17.48 +.28 +28.3
CoreEq 25.45 +.22 +18.4
Enterpr 45.47 +.54 +18.1
FedTxExn 7,02 +.03 +5.2
FIxBond 9,39 +.04 +4.3
Fund 27.43 +.12 +14.7
GILIlfeScl nr 20.38 -.09 +7.5
GITechr 12,12 +.09 +13.9
Grthlnc n 37,34 +.42 +14.2
Mercury n 24.15 +.16 +12.5
MdCpVllnst 24,98 +.23 +19.8
MIdCapVal 24.86 +.22 +19.6
Olympus n 33.40 +.55 .110.9
Orion 9.47 +.20 +25.0
Overseas nr 42.13 +.90 +52.5
ShTmBd 2.886 ... +4.1
SCVlnst 30.61 +.33 +17.1
SCVIny 30.35 +.32 +16,8
Twenty 52.67 +.82 +15.0
Venture 65.68 +1.19 +25,9
WrIdW nr 47.72 +.80 +18.2
Janus Adv S Shrs:
Forty 30.26 +.37 +12.8
Janus Aspen Instl:
Balanced 27.53 +.18 +14.9
WorldwGr n 30.49 +.51 +18,2
JennlsonDryden A:
BlendA 19.34 +.18 +17.4


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12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
GrowthA 16.11 +.06 +7,7
HIYIdA p 5,74 +.01 +9,7
InsuredA 10.81 +,05 +48
UtlltyA 16.63 +.14 +30.0
ValueA p 22.58 +.20 +23.3
JennlsonDryden B:
GrowthB 14.71 +.05 +6.8
HIYIdB nt 5.73 +.01 +9.2
InsuredB 10.83 +.05 +4.5
JennisonDryden Z&:
GrowthZ 16.59 +,.06 +7.9
Jensen 26.21 +.16 +14.2
John Hancock A:
BondA p 14.80 +.07 +4.6
Classicealp 28.08 +.07 +22.3
RgBkA 41.68 -.01 +18,6
StrIncA p 6.80 +.04 +4.6
USGIbLdrs n 28.65 +.15 +4.0
John Hancock B:
StIrlncB 6.80 +.04 +3.9
John Hancock Cl 1:
LSAggross 14.79 .14 +19.2
LSBalance 14.83 +.14 +14.4
LS Consenr 13.82 +.11 +8.6
LSGrowth 15.28 +.14 +16.4
LS Moder 13.96 +.13 +11.4
Julius Baer Funds:
IntlEqlr 43.91 +.48 +33.0
IntlEqA 43.02 +.47 +32.7
IntlEqlIlr 14.13 +.15 +30.8
KeelSmCp p 25.13 +.39 +26.9
Kinetics Funds:
Paradigm 24.16 +.30 +25.9
LSVValEqn 18.92 +,12 +26.0
Laudus Funds:
tnt MMsIrl 20.70 +.17 NA
Lazard InstI:
EmgMkl 20.54 +.30 +35.6
Legg Mason: Fd
Oppty_Flp 1.18 +.47 NE
OpportTrI 17.87 +.45 NA
Spnvy np 41.98 +.43 +12.3
ValTr p 69.79 +1.67 +12.5
Legg Mason InstI:
ValTrFI p 76.08 +1.83 +13.3
ValTrlnst 77.47 +1.86 +13.7
Legg Mason Ptrs A:
AgGrAp 114.20 +.47 +15.4
ApprAp 15.82 +.14 +16.4
CaplncA 18.03 +.05 +12.1
FdValA p 16.30 +.07 +18.4
HilncA t 6.79 +.02 +9.6
IntlAIICpGrA p 14.80 +.12 +27.1
LgCapGA p 23.27 +.28 +8.5
MgMuAp 15,65 +.02 +6.1
Legg Mason Ptrs B:
AgGrB I 101.45 +.40 +14.5
ApprB t 15.34 +.13 +15.3
CaplncB I 17.88 +.05 +11.5
FdValBI 15.17 +.06 '17.4
LgCapGBI 21.74 +.26 +7.6
Legg Mason Ptrs C:
AggGiC 102.33 +.41 +14.7
Legg Mason Ptrs1:
DivStrall 18.44 +,06 +18.9
GroInc 1 17.12 +.01 +15.4
Legg Mason PtsrY:
AggGromYt 119.13 +.50 +15.9
LgCapGroY 24.08 +,29 +8.9
Leuthold Funds:
Corelnvston 18.29 +.19 +12.7
Longleaf Partners:
Partners 36,61 +.10 +22.8
Inlln 19.37 -.11 +17.1
SmCap 31.77 -.30 +27.2
Loomis Sayles:
LSBondl 14.32 +.13 +11.5
StrInc C 14.81 +.11 +11.0
LSBondR 14.28 +.13 +11.2
StrlncA 14.76 +,11 +11.8
Lord Abbett A:
AffllatdA p 15.85 +.07 +20.8
AilValuA 13.14 +.10 +19.1
BalanStratA 12.00 +.05 +14.1
BondDebAp 7.91 +.03 +9.1
GlcA p 6.1 +.06 +3.4
MidCapA p 23.41 +.42 +16.5
RsSmCpA 33.85 +.20 +28,9
RsAmValIp 13.22 +.16 +15.8
Lord Abbett B:
AfildBf p 15.89 +.07 +20.0
BdbB p 7,92 +.03 +8.5
Lord Abbett C:
AfildCp 15.85 +.06 +20.0
BdDoC p 7.92 +03 +8.4
MidCapVC1p 2239 +.40 +15.6
Lord AbbettY:
AffY 15.89 +,07 +21.2
RschSmCpY 35.21 +.21 +29.3
M Funds:
BrandesIlns 25.54 +.46 +28.1
MFS Funds A:
MITA 20.34 +.16 +17.2
MIGA 13.48 +.06 +10.8
BondA 1256 +.07 +4.9
EmGrA 35.82 +.39 +10.8
GrABIA 14.71 +.11 +15.2
GrOpA 9.24 +05 +8.4
HilncA 3.85 +.01 +9.3
IntNwDA 27.70 +.39 +30.1
MuBdA 10.54 +.03 +.,0
MuHiAt 8.53 +.03 +7.5
MuFLA 10.13 +.03 +5.3
ResBondA 9.99 +.05 +4.3
RschA 23.19 +.15 +13.7
ReschIlnA 20.28 +.17 +32.5
ToIRA 16.41 +.13 +12.7
Ut5A 15.36 +.26 +30.5
ValueA 26.61 +.25 +22.0
MFS Funds B:
MA ITB 19.75 .15 +16.3
MIGB 12.25 +.05 +10.1
GvScB 9.42 +04 +3.2
HilnB 3,86 +.01 +8.5
Mu/nB 8.60 +.02 +4.4
TotRB 16,39 +.12 +11.9
ValueB 26.45 +.24 +21.1
MFS Funds C:
TotRtC 16.46 +.12 +12.0
ValueC 26.42 +.24 +21.2
MFS Funds I:
ReInT 20.79 +.18 +32.9
StratGrthI 20.32 +.21 +8.8
Valuel 26.72 +.25 +22.4
MFS Funds Inst:
InoEqty 20.93 +.14 +30.7
MainStay Funds A:
HIYIdBdA 6.36 +.02 +9.6
MainStay Funds B:
CpAppBit 29.64 +.18 +10.7
ConvBi t 14.55 +.20 +11.6
GovtBI t 8.19 +.04 +3.3
HiYIdBBt 6.32 +.02 +8.7
In8/EqB 15.78 +.18 +29.3
SmCpGrBp 15.45 +.168 +13.9
TotRtB t 19.86 +.14 +11.9
MainStay Funds I:
ICAP Eqty 47.34 +.60 +22.2
ICAP SelEq 41.38 +.44 +21.3
S&P5SCIdx 32.15 +.21 +18.8
Mairs & Power:
Growth n 76.51 +07 +14,8
Managers Funds:
FremontBd n 10.28 +.07 +4.4
SpalEq 93.46 -.02 +17.2
Marsico Funds:
Focus p 18.74 ... +12,1
Gmwp 19.23 +.05 +10.6
21sICenltp 14,54 +.05 +23.7
MassMutual lInst:
CoreBdS 11.00 +.06 NA


12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn
Master Select:
Equity 16.21 +.31 +16.0
Intl 20.20 +.28 +26.5
Matthews Asian:
As/anG&l 19.07 +.03 +21.4
PacTlgar 22.36 +19 +31.5
Mellon Funds:
BondFund 12.32 +.07 +4.2
EmgMkts 25.95 +.19 +33,1
InllFund 18.51 +.23 +26.6
LrgCapSok 10.68 +.06 +15.7
MidCapStk 14.92 +.19 +18.8
NatllntMuni 13.04 +.05 +4.7
Mellon Inst Funds:.
IntlEqty 40.50 +.24 +30.1
MergerFdln 16.03 -.01 +12.2
Meridian Funds:
Growth 41.35 -.19 +23.5
Value 3932 +.35 +21.0
Metro West Fds:
TolalRlBondl 960 +.06 +58
Midas Funds:
Midas Fd n 388 +.11 +63.7
Monetta Funds:
Monellan 12.54 +.15 +12.8
MontagGr I 25,25 +.33 +11.0
Morgan Stanley A:
DivGthA 29.72 +.10 +14.2
EqlyWtdA p 42.97 .34 +20.3
FocusGroA 27.61 +.61 +8.7
GlobDivA 16.07 +.10 +21.8
US GvtA 8.98 +.03 +3.7
Morgan Stanley B:
DivGthB 29.86 +.09 +14.3
FocusGrowB 25.72 +.57 +7.9
GIbDivB 16.27 +.10 +21.9
StratB 20.83 +.19 +17.8
MorganStanley Inst:
Actlnl n 14.57 +.11 +28.4
EmMkt n 30.59 +.23 +41.7
CrPIFIns/ n 11.39 +.05 +4.9
GIValEqA n 20.29 +.14 +21.7
In/iSmCpA n 25.58 +.31 +18.8
InlEq n 23.69 +.12 +229
IntlEqB np 23.47 +.12 +22.6
LtdDurPt n 10.34 +.02 +4.3
MCapGr n 26.27 +.53 +16.0
MCGrAdvp 25.57 +.51 +15,8
SmlCoGrA n 13.84 +.16 +18.9
USLgCpGrA 1990 +,.42 +12.6
USReal n 29.66 +.19 +44.5
Muhlenkmpn n 84.18 +.94 +8.3
Munder Funds A:
InternetA 19.72 +.61 +6.4
MdCpCGr t 24.58 +.23 +17.7
Mutual Series:
BeaconZ 17.53 +.18 +23.3
DiscZ 30.20 +.24 +27.0
EuropZ 25.22 +.20 +31.3
QualfdZ 22.43 +.21 +22.9
SharesZ 26.89 +.27 +21.1
Neuberger&Berm Inv:
Focus n 35.95 +11 +19.2
Genesis n 35.27 +.16 +10.9
GenesInstl 48.45 +22 +11.0
Guardnn 19.40 +.12 +15.8
Intlr 24.82 +.26 +26.0
Partner 29.92 +.41 +16.3
Neuberger&BermiTr:
Genesis n 50.38 +.23 +10.8
Partner 23.06 +.31 +16.1
Nicholas Group:
Highlncl 2.16 +.01 +&.0
Nicholn 60.87 +.42 +11.7
Northeast Investors:
Trust 7.70 +.04 +11.4
Northern Funds:
Filn n 9.81 +.05 +4,4
HIYFxInc n 806 +.02 +8,6
IntlEqldxr ... +29.4
IntGrEqn 13,56 +.22 +27.2
LrgCapVal 14.69 +.19 +22.2
SmICapldxon 12.04 +.06 +23.7
Technlyn 11,95 -.01 +8,9
Nuveen Cl A:
HYdMuBdp 22.68 +14 +6.8
Nuveen Cl C:
HYMunBdI 22.67 +.14 +.2
Nuveen Cl R:
InMun R 10.82 +.04 +5.4
IntmDurMuBd 9.04 +.04 +4.9
Oak Assoc Fds:
WhitOakSIGr n31.88 +.67 +3.0
Oakmark Funds I:
Eqtylncr 26.85 +.16 +11.8
Global r 27.80 +.34 +26.4
Inl r 27.79 +.37 +30.3
InlSmiCpr 24.54 +.24 +34.4
Oakmark r 46.36 +.57 -+19.5
Selectr. 3603 +.50 +18.4.
Old Mutual Adv II:
Tech&ComZ n 12.32 +.02 48.2
Old Westbury Fds:
Intl n 13.67 +.18 +24.3
MdCapEq p 17.77 +.22 +24.6
RealRetun 11.68 +.08 +15,7
Olsteln Funds:
FnclAlertC 17.96 +.09 +16.8
Oppenhelmer A:
AMTFrMuA 10.26 +.05 +8.0
AMTFrNY 13.25 +.10 +9,1
CAMunlAp 11.67 +.07 +8.1
CapAppAp 44.98 +.40 +11.9
CaplncAp 12.80 +.15 +13.4
ChamplncAp 9.38 +.01 +8.3
DevMktA p 40.66 +.37 +31.9
DiscFd p 45.22 ... +11.3
Equity A 11.27 +.09 +13.
GlobalA p 74.13 +.39 +22.2
GtblOppA 40.37 -.17 +28.6
Goldp 30.05 +1.04 +58.8
GrowIhAp 30.63 +.38 +9.2
IntlBdAp 5.89 +.07 +7.1
IntGrowp 25.71 +.27 +30.2
tInISmnCoA 24.95 +.92 +36.0
LTGovA p 9.97 +.02 +4.2
LtdTrmMu 15.92 +.05 +5.5
MnStFdA 41.40 +.26 +18.8
MainSrOpAp 185.04 +.10 +19.5
MnStSCpAp 22.96 +.19 +21.8
MidCapA 18.71 +.05 +10.0
PAMunlAp 12.98 +.08 +7.5
RealAstAp 7.07 +.10 -12.3
S&MdCpVIA 37.06 +.46 +21.4
StrncA p 4.22 +.02 +7.0
USGvtp 9.46 +.05 +4.4
ValueAp 26.18 +12 +18.2
Oppenhelmer B:
AMTFrMuB 10.22 +.05 +7.2
AMT-FrNY 13.26 +.10 +8.3
CapAppBp 41.16 +.36 +11.0
CaplncB t 12.65 +.14 +12.3
ChamplncB tI 9.37 +.01 +7.5
Equity B 10,74 +.08 +12.9
GloblB t 68.86 +.36 +21.2
MnStFdB 40,04 +.25 +17,9
StrlncB t 4.24 +.02 +6.1
Oppenheimer C&M:
DevMktCt 39.66 +.36 +30.9
GlobalC p 70.04 +.36 +21.3
IntlBondC 5.87 +.07 +6,3
MnStFdC 39.98 +.25 +18,0
StrncC t 4.22 +.03 +6.1
Oppenhelm Quest:
QBalA 18.84 +.11 +13.5
QBalanC 18.50 +11 +12.7
QBalanB 18.49 +.12 +12.7
QOpptyA 30.22 +.03 +8.9
Oppenheimer Roch:
LtdNYA p 3.40 +.01 +5.5
LtdNYCI 3.39 +.01 +4.8
RoNtMuCI t 12.73 +.07 +10.7


Exp. Open High Low Settle Chg

CORN (CBOT)
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Dec06 327.00 334.00 326.00 332.00 +5.00
Mar 07 339.00 346.00 339.00 344.00 +5.00
May 07 345.00 353.00 345.00 352.00 +5.00
Jul07 350.00 359.00 350.00 357.00 +6.00
Sep07 338.00 345.00 338.00 345.00 +5.00
Dec 07 334.00 339.00 333.00 338.00 +3.00
Mar 08 338.00 343.00 338.00 342.00 +3.00
Est. sales 165,954. ThueAs sales 196,196
Thusns open Int. 1.371,306, +11,554
OATS (CBOT)
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Dec 06 235.00 241.00 235.00 240.00 +6.00
Mar 07 241.00 250.00 241.00 248.00 +7.00
May 07 245.00 245.00 245.00 245.00 +1.00
Jul 07 248.00 248.00 246.00 246.00 +2.00
Sep07 230.00 230.00 230.00 230.00 +5.00
Dec 07 214.00 215.00 214.00 215.00 +2.00
May08 215.00 215.00 215.00 215.00 +2.00
Est. sales 1,585. Thuimes sales 1,141
Thu% es open int. 14,442, +146
WINTER WHEAT (KCBT)
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Dec 06 543.00 544.00 524.00 530,00 +.00
Mar07 555.00 556.00 537.00 543.00 -1.00
May 07 533.00 536.00 527.00 527.00 -1.00
Jul07 490.00 490.00 479,00 483.00 +1.00
Sep 07 485.00 486.00 477.00 485.00 +3.00
Dec07 489.00 489.00 485.00 487.00 +2.00
Mar08 490.00 493.00 490.00 493.00 +2.00
Est. sales 12,001. Thu8ts sales 14,356
Thus open Int. 133,965, -149
COTTON 2 (NYBT)
50,000 Ibs,-cents per b.
Dec 06 50.50 50,80 50.25 50.79 +.19
Mar 07 53,40 54.00 53.35 53.98 +.34
May 07 54.75 55.38 54.70 55.38 +.43
Jul07 56.00 56.40 55.85 56.30 +.30
Oct 07 57.55 57.55 57.55 57.55 +.27
Dec 07 58.60 58.90 58.50 58.73 +.23
Mar 08 60.80 60,80 60.80 60.80 +.30
Est, sales 15,469. ThuA/s sales 21,354
Thumabs open Int 183,245, -1,839
COCOA (NYBT)
10 metric tons- $S per ton
Dec 06 1493 1493 1465 1470 -19
Mar 07 1512 1516 1496 1500 -14
May 07 1537 1537 1521 1523 -15


12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn
RoMuAp 1876 +.12 +9.1
RoMuB 16.74 +,12 +8,1
RoMu Cp 1673 +.12 +8.1
RcNtlMuA 12.75 +.07 +11.5
PIMCO Admin PIMS:
ShtTmAd p 9,98 +.01 +3.9
TotRtAd n 10.44 +.07 +4.4
PIMCO Instt PIMS:
AllAsset 1287 +.16 +7.2
CommodRR 14.72 +.45 +1.0
DevLocMk r 10.68 +.08 +10.2
Diverlnco 11,11 +.05 +7.9
EmMktsBd 11.38 +.08 +11.7
Flglnc r 10.50 +.01 +8.1
FrgnBdUnd r 10.16 +.12 +3,4
FrgnBd n 1040 +.04 +4.0
GlobalBd n 9.73 +.11 +3.9
HIYId n 9.74 +.03 +8.4
LowDur n 9.94 +.03 +3.9
LTUSGn 1067 +.13 +3.8
ModDurn 10.00 +.05 +4.1
RealRetlurn 11.31 +.23 +2.7
RealRetlnst 10.85 +.11 +27
ShortT 9.98 +.01 +4.2
TotRet n 10.44 +.07 +4.7
TR II n 9.90 +.06 +4.4
TRIln 9.22 +.05 +4.4
PIMCO Funds A:
All Assetp 12.81 +16 +6.6
CommodRR p 14.62 +.45 +0.6
HIYIdA 9.74 +,03 +8.0
LowDurA 9.94 +.03 +3.4
RealReA p 10.85 +.11 +2.3
TotRtA 10.44 +.,07 +4.2
PIMCO Funds B:
RealRtoB 10.85 +.11 +1.5
TotlRtB 10.44 +.07 +3.4
PIMCO Funds C:
AIlAssetCI 12.71 +.15 +5.8
CommRR p 14.47 .45 -0.1
RealRetC p 10.85 +.11 +1.8
TotRtC I 10.44 .07 +3.4
PIMCO Funds D:
CommodRR p 14.63 +.45 +0.6
RealRtn p 10.85 +.11 +2.3
TotlRlnp 10.44 +.07 +4.3
Pax World:
Balanced 25.28 +.07 +12.8
Paydenfunds:
CoreBond 10.22 +.06 +4.3
PennMutCp 11.28 +.16 +20.7
PhoenlxFunds A:
BalanA 15.72 +.07 +14.2
CapGrhA 15.73 +.08 +8.8
InMlA 13.44 +.15 +29.0
MulSStArp 4.73 +.01 +5.1
RealEA 36.15 +.38 +44.7
Pioneer Funds A:
CullanVal 19,58 +.02 +19.6
BalancAp 10.35 +.09 +9.5
BondAp 9.09 +.04 +4.3
EqIncA p 3358 +.21 +25.1
EuroSelEqA 39,44 +.13 +31.7
GrowthA p 13.41 -.03 +11.1
HighYldAp 11.13 +.09 +10.6
IntlValA 23.39 +.19 +27.8
MdCpGrA 16.10 +.19 +15.4
MdCpVaAp 25.31 +.29 +18.2
PionFdAp 49.84 +29 +21.1
TaxFreeAp 11.72 +.04 +5.6
ValueAp 19.26 +21 +17.8
Pioneer Funds B:
HiYieldBl 11.18 +.09 +9.7
MIdCapVaIB 21.99 +26 +17.1
Pioneer Funds C:
HYIdC 11.28 +.09 +9.7
Price Funds Adv:
Eqtylncp 29.16 +.28 +21.1
Growth pn 30.87 +.35 +17.4
HIYId p 6.93 ... +8.3
Value p 26.68 +20 +22.9
Price Funds:
Balance n 21.08 +.15 +15.3
BlueChipG n 34.62 +.33 +13.8
CalTx n 11.04 +.04 +5.5
CapAprn 22.21 +.14 +16.7
DivGron 25.07 +.24 +24 19.0
EmgEurope 30.79 +.24 +39.3
EmMktS n 29.92 +.23 +34.9
Eqlncn 29.22 +.28 +21.3
Eqldx n 36.99 +.24 +18.7
Europe n 20.61 .19 +26.3
FLIntm n 10.74 +.03 +3.9
GNM n 9.37 +.04 +4.6
Growth n 31.15 +.36 +17,7
Gwthln n 22.14 +25 +17.0
HIthSci n 27.03 +.06 +18.7
HIYId n 6.94 ... +8,6
ForEq n 19.40 +.18 +22.8
InaSd n 9.53 +.11 +3.8
InIDisn1 48.44 +.47 +32.1
Intl Gr&Inc 17.00 +.17 +30.1
IntStkn 16.45 +.15 +22.7
Japan n 11.24 +.08 +13.2
LatAm2 n 33.69 +.29 +54.0
MdShtIn 5.13 .. +2.8
MdTxFr n 10.68 +.04 +5.1
MedlaT n 40.46 +1.15 +32.0
MIdCap n 56.42 +.49 +15.1
MCapVaIl n 26.67 .19 +24.4
NswAm n 33.30 +.30 +13.0
N Asa n 13.75 +.08 +31.5
NewEra n 45.96 +1.05 +23.9
NwHrzn n 33.47 +.28 +15.6
Newlnco n 8.90 +.05 +4,6
NYTxFFn 11.36 +.04 +5,3
PSBalIn 20.04 +.17 +14.4
PSGrmwn 25.41 +.23 +17.2
PSIncon 15,78 +.11 +11.3
RealEst n 2505 +.28 +44.1
R2010 n 15.93 +.11 +15.4
R2015 1233 +.09 +16,5
Retre2020 n 17.27 +14 +17.6
R2025 1273, +.10 +18.6
R2030 n 18.39 +.1 6 +19.8
2040 n 18.49 +.16 +19.8
SiTchn 19.91 +.06 +6.9
STBd n 4.68 +01 +4.1
SmCapSk n 36.26 +.39 +20.3
SmCapVal n 41.55 +36 +19.7
SpecGr 20.27 +.19 +20.3
SpecIlnn 12.06 +.068 +.3
TxFrea n 10.04 +.04 +5.7
TxFrHYn 12.10 +.05 +7.1
TFInmn n 11.12 +.03 +4.,4
TxFrSIn 5.34 +.01 +3.4
US InI 5.26 +.03 +3.4
USLong 11.51 +.13 +3.7
VATFn 11.66 +.05 +5.1
Value n 26.87 +.20 +23.1
Principal Funds:
LT20301n 13.60 +.10 +18.4
Principal Inv:
BdMtglnstl 10.67 +.06 +4.9
DIscLCBIInstI 16.11 +.07 +17.6
IntlGrthlnst 13.34 +.21 +29.7
LiTm20201n 13.70 +.09 +17.0
PtrlVIn 15.63 +.13 +24.2
PrtLCpGr21 8.97 +.01 +13.8
Putnam Funds A:
AmGvA p 8,85 +.05 +3.6
AABalAp 12.13 +.06 +15.8
AAGthAp 13.74 +.09 +21.0
AZ TE 9.21 +.03 +4.5
CATxA p 6.22 +.02 +5.0
ClassicEqAp 14.32 +.09 +15.6
Convert 19.04 +.13 +16.3
DiscGr 19.85 +.10 +17.2
DvrlnAp 9.94 +.03 +6.4
EqlnAp 19.00 +.22 +22.0
EuroEq A 28.31 +.27 +32.9
FLTxA 9.17 +.03 +4.6
GeoAp 19.22 +.13 +13.6
GIGvAp 12.06 +.09 +3.9
GIbEqtyp 10.66 +.15 +25.6
GrInAp 21.75 +.19 +18,4
HIlhAp 64.44 -.46 +8.2
HiYdA p 7.97 +.02 +6.9
HYAdAp 6.15 +.01 +11.0
IncmA p 6.72 +.03 +4.2
IntlEq p 31,43 +.26 +29.7
IntlGrln p 16.13 +.11 +30.8
IntlCapO p 34.62 +.28 +34.1
InvAp 14.78 +.19 +18.8
MITx p 9.01 +.03 +4.3
MNTx p 9.00 +.03 +4.3
NTXA p 9.26 +.03 +4.9
NwOpA p 47.95 ... +14.2
NwVanA p 19.96 +.14 +18.8
NYTxA p 8.87 +.02 +4.7
OTCAp 8.2 +.04 +20,8
PATE 9.12 +;03 +4,5
TxExAp 8.78 +.02 +4.8
TFInAp 14.89 +.04 +4.5
TFHYA 13.10 +.04 +6.5
USOvAp 13.02 +.05 +4.1


12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn
UttlAp 12.82 +.11 +22.
VstaAp 10.97 +.06 +13.
VoyAp 17.76 +.11 +9.
Putnam Funds B:
CapAprI 20.38 +.20 +16.
ClassacEqB t 14.17 +.07 +14.
DIscGrwth 18.17 +,09 +16,
DvrlnB t 9.86 +.03 +5.
EqInct 1884 +.21 +21,
EuEqtyB 27.24 +.24 +31.
FLTxBt 9.17 +.03 +3,
GeoBt 19.03 +.13 +13,
GIIncB t 12.03 +.10 +3.
GIbEqty t 9.70 +.14 +24.
GINtRst 30.03 +.59 +23.
GrInBst 21.43 +.18 +17.
HlhB 1 57.73 -.42 +7.
HIYIdB I 7,93 +,02 +.8
HYAdvBt 6.07 +.01 +10,
IncomeB t 6.68 +.04 +3.
InllEq p 30,15 +.25 +28.
IntIGrlnt 15,80 +.11 +29.
IntlNopt 14.93 +.10 +27.
InvBI 13.51 +.18 +17,
NJTxBt 9.25 +.03 +4.
NwOppB t 42.73 -.01 +13.
NwVal p 19.58 +.14 +17.
NYTxB t 866 +.03 +4.
OTC B t 7.64 +.03 +19.
TxExB t 8.78 +.02 +4,
TFHYBt 13.12 +.04 +5.
TFInB I 14.91 +.04 +3,
USGvtBI 12,96 +.06 +3.
UtIB t 12.75 +.11 +21.
VislaB I 9.50 +.05 +12.
VoyB t 15.44 +.09 +6.
Putnam Funds M:
Dvrlncp 9.85 +.04 +6.
Putnam Funds Y:
Gr&lnc 21.79 +.18 +18.
Income 6.77 +.04 +4,
InllEq 31.68 +.26 +30,
Voyager 18,36 +.11 +9.
Quaker Funds:
StrGrwthA 24.41 +.05 +13.
RS Funds:
CoreEqlyA 36,17 +.21 +21.
IntlGrwIhA 17.35 +04 +24.
RSNatRes np 35.27 +.85 +17,
RSPartners 35,41 +.44 +13.
Value Fd 27.19 +.27 +18.
Rainier Inv Mgt:
SmMCap 36.54 +.43 +20.
SmMCplnst 36.96 +.44 +21.
RiverSource A:
BalancedA 10.75 +.09 +15.
DispEqA p 7.33 +.07 +19.
DEI 13.55 +.15 +25,
DivrBd 4.79 +.02 +4.
DivOppA 8.61 +.09 +23.
EqtyValp 12.90 +.12 +25.
Growth 30.89 +.36 +14.
HiYIdBond 2.92 ... +9.
HiYIdTxExA 4.41 +.02 +5,
IntloSelVal p 10.99 +6.05 +32.
LgCpEqAp 5.85 +.06 +17.
MidCapGrA 13.81 +.06 +3.
MidCpVal p 9.48 +.06 +24.
SmCoindex 9.23 +.07 +19.
StrtgcAoA 11.16 +.09 +18.
RIverSoumrce B:
DivrEqnc t 13.55 +.15 +24.
LgCpEqB 5.72 +.06 +16.
Royce Funds:
LowPrSkSvcr 17.64 +.20 +27.
MIcroCapl n 18.29 +.21 +24.
Opptylnr 14.14 +.12 +25.
PennMulm 11.95 +.17 +21.
Premlerl nr 17.78 +.18 +18.
ToAtRel r 13.88 +.14 +19.
ValPlusSvc 13.62 +.14 +26.
Russell Funds S:
DivBondS 23.28 +.14 +4.
DivEqS 49,08 +.32 +17.
EmerMkts 21.79 +.14 +35.
IntlSecS 79.20 +.49 +28.
MstratBondS 10.33 +.06 +4.
QuantEqS 41.99 +.22 +18.
RESecS 57.06 +.52 +41.
ShortDuraBdS 18.67 +.05 +.
SpecalGr S 56.07 +.27 +21.
Russell InstI I:
Eq/tyII 33.53 +21 +17.
Eqty QI 39.37 +.19 +19.
FIxIncme I 20.75 +.14 +4.
Int/l 50.54 +.31 +29.
Russell LfePts C:
AggStrC p 12.38 +.08 +18.
BalStrC p 12.10 +.07 +14.
Russell LfePts R3:
BalStratp 12.18 +.07 +15.
Rydex Advisor:
OTCH n 10,90 +.05 +9.
SEI Portfolios:
CorFxInA n 10.29 +.06 +4.
EmMklDbtn 11.41 +.11 +14.
EmgMkt np 17.45 +.17 +32.
EqlndxA n 40.91 +.27 +18.
HiYId n 8.43 +.01 +8.
IntMunA 10,84 +.03 +4.
IntlEqAn 14,66 +.19 +29.
IntlFixAn 10,87 +.05 -0.
LgCGroAn 20.60 +.18 +10.
LgCVaIA n 24.26 +21 +23.
SmCGroAn 19.63 +.14 +18.
SmCVa1An 22.36 +.10 +24.
TaxMgdLC 15309 +.13 +17.
SSgA Funds:
EmgMkI 20.94 +.15 +39.
IntlStock 12.91 +.12 +33.
SP500 n 22.69 +.15 +18.
STI Classic:
CapAppIn 1310 -.01 +14.
CapAppA p 12.46 -.01 +13
CapAppCpp 11.66 -.02 +12.
HighYldl 10.64 +.02 +6.
IntEq 15.62 +.09 +27.
InEqlndn 17.02 +.15 +28.
LCpVIEqA 14,92 +.16 +24.
LgCpRelVa 18.46 +.16 +20.
QuGrStlkCI 24.51 +.03 +9.
SmCapGrIn 21.23 -.03 +9.
TxSenGrllnp 26,40 .04 +10.
Salomon Brothers:
BalancB p 13.85 +.11 +13.
Opprt 57.83 +.02 +21.
SalBmsFd ... +15.
SandsCapGrolm 11.15 +.10 +2
Schroder Funds:
NAmEqlnvn 12.63 +.1/ +18.
Schwab Funds:
CoreEqly 18.38 +.10 +19.
HedgeEqSel r 15,92 +.03 +14.
InbSS r 21.12 +17 +28.
IOCOInv r 40.37 +.30 +18.
1COOSel 40,40 +.30 +18.
PremEqSIel 12.48 +.09 +20.
S&P Inv 21.46 +.14 +18.
S&P Sal n 21.55 +.14 +18.
S&PlnstlBol 10.98 +.07 +19.
SmCplnv 25.90 +.18 +21.
SmCapSel 25.96 +.19 +21.
To/Bond 9.80 +.04 +4.
YIdPIslnv 9.67 ... +5.
YIdPIsSeOIl 9.67 ... +5.
Selected Funds:
AmerShsD 44.49 +.48 +17.
AmShsS p 44.38 +.47 +17.
Seligman Group:
ComunAt 31.63 +.04 +23.
FromnferAt 14.21 +.22 +24.
FronterD I 12.34 +.18 +23.
GIbSmCoA 18.76 +.10 +22.
GlobTechA 15.36 +.03 +22.
HiYBdA p 3.33 +.01 +7.
Sentinel Group:
ComStkAp 33.25 +.26 +19.
SmCoA p 8.24 +.06 +20.
Sequoia 167.38 +.38 +15.
Sit Funds:
LargeCpGr n 39.57 +.36 +13.
SoundSh n 40.77 +.03 +17.
St FarmAssoc:
Balan n 55.27 +.44 +16.
Gwth n 56.16 +.48 +21.
Stratton Funds:
Dividend n 40.80 ... +31.
MultI-Cap 43.53 +.52 +9.
SmCap 47.80 +.62 +20.
SunAmerica Funds:
US0vB+ 9.24 +.06 +3.
SunAmerca Focus:
FLgCpAp 17.83 +.12 +2.
TCW Funds:
DivFocused 13.20 +,11 +21.
SelEqty I 19.16 +,32 +1.


12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn
TCW Funds N:
SelEqtyN p 16.70 +.32 +1.0
TIAA-CREF Funds:
BondPlus 10.05 +.02 +4.8
Eqtylndex 10.00 +.07 +19.0
GroInc 14.14 +.05 +18.0
GroEqty 9,86 +.03 +8.7
HIYIdBond 9,11 -.03 +8.5
IntlEqty 14.41 +.09 +30.9
MgdAllo 12,14 +.09 +13.9
ShITrmBond 10.31 .. +4.4
SocChcEqty 10.73 +.07 +17.9
TaxExBond 10.77 +.02 +5,.3
Tamarack Funds:
EnmerSmCp 33.02 +.13 +2605
Value 42.688 +.26 +15.5
Templeton Instit:
EmMSop 21.96 +.32 +32.3
ForEqS 26,59 +.37 +30.6
Third Avenue Fds:
Intl r 23,66 +.17 +18.7
RealEstVal r 36.06 +.52 +32.4
SmICapn 26.52 +.17 +14.6
Value 60.50 +.55 +15.6
Thornburg Fds C:
IntValuC t 26.26 +.27 +26.8
Thornburg Fds:
IntlValA p 27.46 +.29 +27.7
IncBulldA t 20.08 +.19 +25.0
IntlValue I 27.96 +.29 +28.2
LtdMunA p 13.51 +02 +3.3
ValueA t 39,05 +.31 +24.6
Valuel 39,60 +.32 +25.1
Thrivent Fds A:
HighYld 5.07 ... +8.7
Income 8.56 +.04 +4.9
LgCapStock 28.62 +.09 +14.8
MIdCapStk 18.61 +.12 +18.8
MuniBd 11.35 +.04 +4.9
Torray Funds:
Fund 42.41 +.21 +16.3
TA IDEX A:
AsAIMdGrp 13.04 +.11 +16.9
JanGrow p 25.86 +.46 +7.3
GrCoGpob p 29.29 +.27 +20.8
TsConHYB p 9.18 +.04 +9.1
TAIexInco p 9.34 +.05 +5.0
TA IDEX C:
AsAIModI 12.53 +,10 +13.4
AsALModGrt 12.94 +.11 +16.1
AsAIGrowt 13.18 +.10 +18.5
Turner Funds:
MdcpGwth 28,34 +.21 +13.3
SmlCpGrw h 27.96 +.31 +20.3
Tweedy Browne:
GlobVal 29.94 +.10 +19.3
UBS Funds Cl A:
DynAlphal 11.37 -.04 +13.5
GlobAlSol 14.78 +.11 +15.8
UBS Funds Cl C:
GlobAllop 14.44 +.10 +14.8
UBS PACE Fds P:
IntlEqtyPn 20.43 +.13 +31.4
LCGrEqtyP n 17.28 +.08 +13.4
LCGEqPn 23.78 +.15 +22.9
UMB Scout Funds:
World 31.79 +.27 +22.9
US Global Investors:
AIIAm 28.06 +.35 +15.3
EstnEurop 46.58 +.63 +36.0
GIbRsc n 16.52 +.53 +29.2
GIdSrS 14.97 +.51 +72.1
USChina 9.10 +.07 +33.9
WldPrcMInn 28.20 +1.12 +72.0
USAA Group:
AgsvGthIn 31.76 +.08 +9.8
CABdn 11.18 +.05 +5.5
ComslStrn 28.34 +.26 +14.8
GNMA 9.49 +.03 +4.5
GrTaxStrkn 15.03 +.08 +11.7
GTwth n 14.78 +.05 +5.3
Gr&incn 19.41 +.09 +13.2
IncSk n 17.27 +.14 +22.1
Income n 12.10 +.02 +4.6
Intln 21.32 +.25 +30.6
NYBd n 1201 +.05 +5.3
PrecMM 27.05 +.67 +63.1
S&PIdxan 20,65 +.13 +18.8
S&P Rewrd 20.66 +.14 +19.0
SicTech 11.19 +.01 +15.8
ShtTBnd n 8.86 +.02 +4.5
SmICapStk n 158.16 +.09 +19.5
TxEITn 13.20 +.05 +5.2
TxELTn 14.07 +.06 +5.3
TxESha n 10.61 +.01 +3.4
VA Bd 11.83 +.05 +5.1
WidGr n 21.27 +.21 +27.0
VALIC:
IntlEqty 10.47 +.07 +28.5
MldCapldx 24.47 +.21 +17.1
SclencTech 11.87 +.01 +6.6
SmCapldx 18.39 +.09 +23.7
Stocklndex 36.94 +.24 +18.7
ValtcUhra 9.27 +.02 NS
Value Line Fd:
LevrgeGth n 23.82 +.18 +16.3
Van Kamp Funds A:
CATFAp 18.56 +.08 +8.1
CmstA p 19.20 +.13 +19.5
CorpBdA p 6.56 +.04 +4.6
EntAp 13.72 -.01 +12.6
EqtylncAp 9.20 +.08 +13.7
ExchFd 409.28 +2.59 +20.0
GIblFranp 27.31 +.26 +22.1
GvScAdp 10.07 +.04 +3.7
GrInA p 22.40 +.22 +17.3
HarbAp 15.36 +.11 +12.3
HighYldA 10.55 +.01 +7.9
HYMuAp 11.15 +.04 +9.0
InTFAep 18.55 +.05 +5.2
MdCGthp 26.29 +.52 +15.0
MunInAp 14.83 +.05 +6.5
PA TFA p 17.43 +.05- '+53-
PaceFndA p- 10.72 +.23 :,+12.0,
StrGrwIh 41.42 +.26 +7.6
StrMunInc 13.61 +.05 +9.5
US MtgeA 13.43 +.05 +4.1
Utlt/yA p 21.28 +.15 +20.4
Van Kamp Funds B:
CmstB t 19.20 +.13 +18.7
EnterpB t 12.43 -.01 +11.9
EqlncBIt 9.04 +.07 +12.7
GrIncBl 22.25 +.23 +17.2
HYMuBI 11.16 +.04 +8.2
MunlnBn 14,81 +.06 +5.7
PATFBnt 17.38 +.06 +4.6
StraGrowth 35.08 +.22 +6.7
StrMhunnc 13.60 +.05 +8.7
US Mtgea 13,37 +.04 +3.0
UtilB 21.20 +.15 +19.5
Van Kamp Funds C:
CommStkC 19.21 +.13 +18.6
EqIncC T 9.08 +.07 +12.8
Vanguard Admiral:
AssetAdml 63.24 +.42 +19.4
BalAdmIn 21.03 +.15 +13.5
CAITAdmin 11.02 +.03 +4.8
CALTAdm 11.75 +.05 +6.0
CpOpAdIn 85.96 .. +23.2
Energy n 120.15 +2.95 +23.9
EqlncAdml 54.29 +47 +22.0
EumpAdml 81.20 +.60 +33.1
ExplAdml 74.85 +.47 +17.7
ExntdAdm n 37.81 +.32 +19.9
FLLTAdmn 11.63 +,05 +8.2
500Admiln 126.99 +,83 +19.0
GNMAAdmn 10.19 +.04 +5.1
GmIncAdm 57.32 +.23 +19.1
GrwthAdmln 29.10 +22 +13.3
HlthCare n 63.38 -.63 +18.9
HiYldCpn 6.14 .01 +7.5
HiYdAdm n 10.87 +.03 +6.3
InlProAd n 23.31 +.24 +2.8
InsdLTAdm n 12.64 +.05 +5.7
ITBondAdml 10.23 +.07 +4.4
ITsryAdml n 101.78 +.06 +4.2
IntlGrAdml 79.24 +.55 +30.2
ITAdrnmIn 13.33 +.05 +4.9
ITCoAdmr 9.68 +.06 +4.7
LdTrnnAdm 10.71 +.01 +3.3
LTGrAdm l 9.24 +.12 +5.0
SLTsryAdml 11.16 +.12 +4.6
LTAdmln 11.29 +.05 +5.7
MCpAdmI n 87.80 +.78 +20.5
MorgAdrm 58.95 +.30 +16.7
NJLTAd n 11.89 +.07 +6.0
NYLTAdm 11.31 +.06 +5.7
PrmCap r 74.53 +.02 +19.5
Pau/Adml 79.75 +.61 +20.5
PALTAdm n 11,36 +.05 +5.4
REITAdmI r 107.35 +.82 +40.6
STsryAdml 10.30 +.02 +4.1
STBdAdm/ n 9.90 +.03 +4.2
Sh/TimAdm 15.57 +.01 +3.2
STFedAdm 10.28 +.02 +4.6
STIGrAdm 10,55 +.03 +4.9


12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn
SmICapAdml n32,01 +.24 +21.5
TxMCap r 66.43 +.50 +18.5
TxMGrlnc r 61.70 +.41 +19.1
TtlBdAdmI n 9.97 +,05 +4.7
TotStkAdm n 33.12 +,23 +19.4
USGroAdmi n 46.32 +.37 +8.2
ValueAdm n 25,66 +.18 +25.0
WellslAdm n 53.92 +,42 +11.8
WelltnAdmn 57,27 +.50 +17.0
WlndsorAdmn 65,05 +.75 +22.3
WdsrllAdm 62.56 +.41 +20.0
Vanguard Fds:
AssotA n 28.16 +.19 +19.3
CAITn 11.02 +.03 +4.7
CALTn 11,75 +05 +5,9
CapOpp n 37,18 .. +23.1
Convt n 14.55 +05 +18.7
DividendGro 14.10 +.08 +21.3
Energy 63.95 +1.57 +23.8
Eqlnc n 25.90 +.23 +21.8
Explorer n 80.29 +.50 +17.5
FLLT n 11.63 +,05 +5,.2
GNMAn 10.19 +,04 +5.0
GlobEqn 22.89 +.23 +27.7
Grolnc n 35.09 +.15 +18,9
GrowthEq 10.74 +.08 +11.7
HYCorpn 6.14 +.01 +7.3
HlthCaren 150.07 -1.50 +18.8
InloaPron 11.87 +.12 +2.7
InlExprn 21.43 +.20 +31.8
IntIlr 24.87 +.17 +29.9
IntlVal n 41.70 +.17 +33,5
ITI Grade 9.68 +.06 +4,6
Tsry n 10.78 +.06 +4.1
LIFECon n 16,40 +.09 +12.4
LIFEGro n 23.30 +.15 +19,.3
LIFEInc n 13.94 +.08 +9.0
LIFEMod n 20.06 +.13 +15.8
LTInGraden 9.24 +.12 +4.9
LTTsryn 11.16 +.12 +4.4
Morgan n 18.98 +10 +16.5
MuHYSn 10.67 +.03 +6.2
MulnsLg n 12,64 +.05 +5.7
Mulnit n 13.33 +.05 +4.8
MuItd n 10.71 +.01 +3.3
MuLong n 11.29 +.05 +5.,7
MuShn+ 15.57 +.01 +3,1
NJLTn 1.89 +.07 +5.9
NYLT2n 11.31 +.06 +5.6
OHLTTxE0n 12.01 +.05 +5.4
PALT2n 11.36 +.05 +5.4
PrecMt1sMin r 29.33 +.26 +46.
PmCpCorern 12.58 +.02 +19.0
Prmcp r 71.74 +.03 +19.3
SelValu r 21.27 ... +22.0
STAR n 21.00 +.14 +14.6
STIGrade 10.55 +.03 +4.8
STFedn 10.28 +.02 +4.5
STsry n 10.30 +.02 +3.9
StratEqn 324.18 +.23 +20.8
TgIRegInc 10.64 +.07 +7.3
TgtRet2B05 11.58 +.06 +9.1
TgRet2025 12.88 +.09 +14.6
TgtRel2015 12.39 +.08 +12.5
TglRet2035 13.61 +.10 +17.3
TgRe2045 n 14.04 +.09 +18.9
TxMCAp nr 32.98 +.24 +18.4
TaxMngdIntIl m13.65 +.10 +29.0
TaxMgdSC r 25.26 +.22 +19.6
USGro n 17.85 +.14 +7.9
USVaIue n 14.99 +.11 +18.8
Wellslyn 2225 +.17 +11.4
WellInn 33.16 +.29 +16.8
Wndsrn 19,27 +.22 +22.2
Wndsll n 3523 +.23 +19.9
Vanguard Idx Fds:
500 n 126.98 +.82 +18.9
Balanced n 21.02 +.14 +13.3
DevMkIn 12.14 +.09 +28.9
EMkItn 21.94 +.10 +34.8
Europe n 34.55 +.26 +33.0
Extend n 37.75 +.32 +19.7
Growth n 29.09 +.21 +13.2
ITBondn 10.23 +.07 +4.4
LgCapldx n 24.70 +.17 +19.0
LTBondn 11.52 +.14 +4.9
MidCap 19.34 +18 +20.4
Pacific n 12.18 +.10 +20.4
REITr 25.16 +.19 +40.5
Smop n 31.97 +.23 +21.3
SmlCpGrow 17.94 +.17 +19.4
SmICapVal 16.72 +.08 +23.1
STBond n 9.90 +.03 +4.2
ToBond n 9.97 +.05 +4.6
Tollntl n 16.87 +.12 +29.5
ToISlk n 33.12 +.23 +19.3
Value n 25.66 +.18 +24.9
Vanguard InstI Fds:
Ballnstn 21.03 .15 +13.5
DevMk6Instn 12.04 +.09 +29.0
Euroinsl n 34.61 +.25 +33.2
ExtIn n 37.83 +.32 +20.0
Growthlnst 29.10 +.22 +13.4
InfProtlnst n 9.49 +.09 +2.
Instdxun 128.01 +.82 +19.1
InsPIn 126.01 +.82 +19.1
TotlBdldxn 50.33 +.27 +4.8
InstTStPIus 29.83 +.22 +19.5
MidCaplnstl n 19.41 +.17 +20.6
Paclnslln 12.20 +.09 +20.5
SmCpIn n 32.03 +.23 +21.5
TBIst/n 9.97 +.05 +4.7
TSInstpn 33.13 +.24 +19.4
Valuelnstln 25.66 +.18 +25.0
Vantagepoint Fds:
AggrOpp 12.77 +.12 +18.7
CoreBondldxl 9.63 +.05 +4.3
Eqtylnc 10.12 +.09 +20.5
Gwth n 9:31 +.13 +16.1
Grow&nc 11.68 +.07 +17.2
Ind 13.35 +.07 +27.6
MPLongTerGr24.19 +.19 +16.1
MPTradGrwh 24.20 +.16 +13.1
Victory Funds:
DvsStkA 18.41 +.29 +18.5
WM Blair Fds Inst:
In/lGrwth 20.72 +.10 +29,0
WM Blair Mtl Fds:
ntlGrowthi r 29.25 +.14 +28.7
WM Grp of Fds A:
EqtylncA p 2241 +.09 +19.7
WCstEqty 43.07 +.35 +16.3
WMlStr Asset Mgmt:
BalancedAp 14.48 +.09 +12.7
BalancedBt 14.44 +.09 +11.8
BalancedCt 14.37 +.09 +11.8
ConGrwBI 15.83 +.10 +14.1
ConGrwAp 16.41 +.11 +15.1
ConGrwCI 15.73 +.11 +14.2
StralGrAw p 18.10 +.12 +16.4
Waddell & Reed Adv:
Acoumuliv 7.23 +.06 +14.5
Assetsp 10.24 +.07 +24.7
ComlnvA 6.92 +.03 +21.0
Highinc 7.30 +.01 +7.6
NwCcptAt p 10,90 +.10 +15.8
ScTechA 11.76 +.07 +17.2
VanguardA 9.45 +.03 +8.1
Wasatch:
CoreGrth 42.15 +.27 +13.5
SmCapGrh 38.33 +.13 +12.9
Weitz Funds:
ParVal 2537 +.31 +22.6
Value n 40.25 +.59 +20.9
Wells Fargo Ad Adm:
Index 55.96 +.36 +18.8
Wells Fargo Adv A:
AsetAIlA 21.49 +.17 +154
Wells Fargo Adv:
CmStkZ 24.11 +17 +22.7
Gmrowthlnvn 22.14 +.12 +15.1
Opptnty/nv+ n 48.40 +.14 +17.0
SCapValZp 32.94 +.32 +17.8
Wells Fargo Admin:
DivrsEq 41.86 +.37 +17.9
GrthBa n 31.85 +.24 +15.1
LgCoGrI 49.73 +.93 +7.5
Western Asset:
CrBdPrtFI p 11.29 .07 +5.4
CorePus 10.51 +.07 +6.2
Core /1.28 +.07 +5.6
William Blair N:
GrowlhN 12,40 +.17 +18.4
InOGthN 28.91 +.14 +28.3
Wilmington Fds:
IntlMMgrI 10.76 +.14 +29.8
Yacktman Funds:
Fundp 16,65 +.14 +17.2


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


Jul 07 1550 1550 1545 1545 -15
Sep07 169 1569 1569 1569 1569 -14
Dec07 1596 1596 1594 1594 -13
Mar08 1619 1619 1619 1619 -14
Est. sales 9,734. Thu/su sales 32,525
Thuloas open int. 157,926, -5,635
SUGAR-WORLD 11 (NYBT)
112,000 Ibs.- cents per Ib.
Mar 07 11,85 11.99 11.73 11.79 -.03
May07 11.92 12.10 11.85 11.92 -.04
Jul 07 11,90 12.05 11.84 11.89 -.07
Oct07 12.07 12.16 11.95 12.05 -.09
Mar08 12.38 12.50 12.37 12.41 -.05
May 08 12.33 12.48 12.33 12,36 -.07
Jul08 12.25 12.25 12.25 12.25 -.06
Est, sales 32,644. Thuvmass sales 30,024
Thuas open int. 465,606, +1,743
CATTLE (CME)
40,000 Ibs.- cents per lb.
Oct 06 91.25 91.35 89.60 89.82 -1.27
Dec 06 90.75 90.85 89.20 89.27 -1.37
Feb 07 92.60 92.85 91.60 91.67 -.90
Apr07 91.35 91.50 90.42 90.85 -.60
Jun 07 87.22 87.35 86.40 86.87 -.47
Aug 07 85.50 85.60 84.95 85.55 -.20
Oct07 87.80 87.90 87.30 87.50 -.47
Est. sales 27,212. Thueas sales 44,306
Thueas open int. 199,965, +121
FEEDER CATTLE (CME)
50,000 Ibs.- cenns per b.
Nov06 103.70 104.55 103,35 103.57 -1.42
Jan 07 102.05 102.35 101.00 101.35 -1.67
Mar07 100.80 100.90 100.00 100.20 -1.30
Apr07 100.50 100.75 100.22 100.25 -1.35
May07 101.10 101,10 100.10 100.22 -1.42
Aug07 102.75 103.00 102.25 102.60 -1.30
Sep07 102,60 102,95 102,50 102.52 -1.37
Es/. sales 4,172. Thuoes sales 5,917
Thu%2es open Int. 22,953, -973
HOGS-Lean (CME)
40,000 Ibs.- cents per 6b.
Dec 06 64.70 64.95 63,77 64.60 +.12
Feb07 67.00 67.50 66.40 67.42 +.22
Apr07 67.50 67.77 66.80 67.65 -.12
May 07 69.90 70.75 69.50 70.62 +.40
Jun07 71,50 72.32 71.20 72.20 +.12
Jul07 69.50 70.15 69.40 69.90 +.15
Aug07 67.25 67.80 67.15 67.80 +.15
Est sales 25,916. Thuv ms sales 44,465


Thusas open int. 181,034, +2,855
GOLD (COMX)
100 troy oz.- dollars per troy oz.
Oct06 598.20 598,20 598.20 598.20 +1.40
Nov 06 598.30 598.30 598.30 598.30 +1.00
Dec06 599.10 602.50 594.50 601,00 +1.20
Feb07 603.20 608.00 601.30 607,00 +1.30
Apr07 609.00 613.00 609.00 612,80 +1.30
Jun07 615.00 618.50 614.60 618.50 +1.30
Aug07 625.00 625.00 624.20 624.20 +1.30
Est. sales .... Thusas sales 50,386
ThuaSs open Int. 321,783, -10,743
SILVER (COMX)
5,000 troy oz,- cents per troy oz.
Oct06 1128.0 1201.5 1128.0 1201.5 -15.5
Nov06 1202.5 1202.5 1202.5 1202.5 -16.0
Dec06 1223,0 1224.0 1204.0 1208.0 -16.0
Jan 07 1223,5 1223.5 1213.1 1213.1 -16.0
Mar07 1238.0 1239.0 1222.0 1224.7 -16.1
May07 1243.0 1243.0 1233.7 1233.7 -16.2
Jul07 1262,0 1262.0 1242.8 1242.8 -16.1
Est. sales.... Thueias sales 20,611
Thuoess open int. 112,098, +2,424
HI GRADE COPPER (COMX)
25,000 Ibs.,- cents per lb.
Oct06 337.85 340.00 337.50 339.10 +.90
Nov 06 337.35 340.00 337.35 339.10 +.60
Dec 06 340.00 342,00 338.25 340.50 +.50
Jan 07 338.90 340.75 338.50 340.50 +.50
Feb07 339.90 341.00 339.50 340.20 +.75
Mar07 338.50 340,50 338.50 339.85 +.90
Apr07 339,00 339.00 338.35 338.35 +1.00
Est, sales .... ThuAes sales 8,419
Thuoas open int. 75,362, +265
EURODOLLARS (CME)
$1 mllllon-pts ol 100 pct.
Nov06 94.620 94.625 94.617 94.625 +.005
Dec 06 94.620 94.625 94.615 94.625 +.010
Jan07 '94.665 94.665 94.660 94.660 +.010
Feb07 94.675 94,675 94.675 94.675 +.025
Mar07 94.710 94,750 94,695 94.740 +.035
Apr07 94.825 94.825 94.825 94.825 +.050
Jun07 94.855 94.910 94.825 94.895 +.050
Est, sales 284,802. Thuiaes sales 2,554,546
Thu sm open Int 9,840,517, +40,075
LUMBER (CME)
110,000 bd. t1.- $ per 1,000 bd. It.
Nov 06 242.6 245.8 241.0 245,2 +2.2
Jan 07 263.8 263.9 261,0 262.5 -1.4


Mar 07 283.0 284.0 278.7 278.7 -1.6
May 07 295.1 295.1 283.0 283.0 -8.1
Jul07 295.0 295.0 295.0 295.0 +3.9
Est. sales 1,669. Thuvas sales 737
Thuoss open Int. 6,406, -118
NATURAL GAS (NYMX)
10,000 mm btueAss, $ per mm btu
Nov06 7.459 7.740 7.040 7.153 -,344
Dec06 8.049 8.464 7.827 7.827 -.240
Jan 07 8.450 8.830 8.277 8,277 -.220
Feb 07 8.505 8.850 8.327 8,327 -.205
Mar07 8.330 8.650 8.172 8.172 -.180
Apr07 7.745 7.975 7.582 7.582 -.190
May 07 7.699 7.833 7.539 7.539 -.190
Est. sales.... Thueas sales 113,614
Thutess open int. 912,365, -1,000,000
UNLEADED GASOLINE (NYMX)
42,000 gal, cents per gal
Nov06 156.15 157.95 155.15 155.99 -.38
Dec06 154.19 155.90 153.20 155.81 +1.69
Jan07 157.50 158.41 156.90 158,41 +1.69
Est. sales.... Thusosm sales 9,988
Thumas open inI. 17,573, -1,800
HEATING OIL (NYMX)
42,000 gal, cents per gal
Nov 06 169.94 170.62 167.90 169.44 -.56
Dec 06 173.85 174.73 171.90 173.85 -.15
Jan 07 179,60 179.80 177.40 179.05
Feb07 182.45 182.70 180.50 182.00 +.15
Mar07 182.75 182.80 180.90 182.20 +.30
Apr07 181.01 182.50 180.50 181.75 +.50
May07 180.50 181.50 180.25 181.30 +.70
Est. sales ... Thu5Ams sales 57,762
Thuomes open Inl. 225,158, +2,695
LIGHT SWEET CRUDE (NYMX)
1,000 bbl.-dollars per bbl,
Dec 06 60.30 60.85 59.85 60,75 +.39
Jan 07 61,95 62.53 61,52 62.53 +.54
Feb07 63.29 63.72 62.68 63.72 +.60
Mar 07 64.20 84.64 63,82 64.61 +.66
Apr07 64.94 65.31 64.50 65.31 +.67
May 07 65,91 65.91 65.91 65,91 +.69
Jun 07 65.60 66,41 65.55 66.41 +.70
Es. sales ... Thuoas sales 289,282
Thumeas open int. 1,131,857, -7,347


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Promotional information from the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce


4D

SUNDAY
OCTOBER 29, 2006


[humber


(onneitm


Antonelli Martial Arts & Fitness


Chamber to



help with



benefits


Are you tired of the high cost
of health insurance? Are you
looking for a way to attract and
retain good employees? The
Florida Legislature passed a
law in 2005 allowing employers
to payroll deduct individual
health insurance for their
employees at little or no cost to
the employer!
Your Citrus County Chamber
of Commerce, in association
with Affiliated Health Insurers,
is offering an exclusive health
insurance and benefit plan for
its members. It is called the
Citrus County Chamber Elite
Benefit Plan. The following is an
endorsement -from one of our
Chamber members who is
enrolled in the Elite Benefit
Plan:
"Thank you for your help in
offering affordable health insur-
ance coverage for our staff mem-
bers. As you know, it is very diffi-
cult to find and retain good,
dependable employees. I am
lucky to have such a great staff,
the one issue that kept resurfac-
ing, however, was the fact that
we did not have health insur-
ance available to our employees.


I was pleased to find your insert
in the Citrus County Chamber's
newsletter. The products avail-
able were presented to the staff
in a professional manner that
was easy to understand. The cov-
erage was affordable and the
policies offered were personal-
ized to every individual's needs.
I am very pleased with the vari-
ety of policies and coverage
available to each individual. It
would have been difficult and
time-consuming to pay each pre-
mium separately. One bill, once
a month makes the accounting
simple. Thanks again for your
help." Teri Adkisson, General
Manager, Central Motel.
The Citrus County Chamber
of Commerce hopes that you,
our Chamber members, will
take advantage of this tremen-
dous opportunity. If your busi-
ness is not currently a member
of the Citrus County Chamber
of Commerce, we encourage
you to call one of our three
local offices to find out more
about the Elite Benefit Plan
and the many other benefits the
Chamber provides for its
members.


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JIM SHEILDS/Special to the Chronicle
The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for Antonelli Martial Arts & Fitness. Pictured are: Owner and chief
instructor Nicholas Antonelli, Karen Antonelli and daughter Paige Antonelli, along with friends, family and students. Also pictured are:
Chamber Executive Director Kitty Barnes, Chamber Ambassadors Lillian Smith, John Porter, Kandy Krementz, Wendy Hall, Joanie West
and Chuck Morgan. Antonelli has 15 years experience in the martial arts field, along with 12 years teaching experience. He and his
family moved from New Jersey, where he was a senior instructor. Antonelli Martial Arts & Fitness also offers cardio kickboxing and
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Member News
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For a "Spooky Fun Time," come
to John and Dusty Porter's
Haunted Maze and Spooky
Graveyard on Tuesday, Halloween
night, from 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
This is their seventh year of host-
ing this Halloween event. If you
dare attend, you will start your jour-
ney through a scary maze then to
a ghoulish display table were there
is lots of candy for the kids. The
fun doesn't stop there, attendees
may then head to the dungeon and
mad laboratory, then through the
haunted graveyard. If you survive
the crazy ghosts and zombies, you
can make it back to civilization and
the land of the living. Lots of fun
and scares for all, and it's all free!
The Porter Maze and Graveyard is
at 8154 W Pine Bluff St., in Crystal
River. (from Crystal River about 6
miles north on Citrus Ave. (C.R.
495). Signs will be out on Citrus
Ave. to turn onto West Pine Bluff
St. Parking is free on the east side
of the front yard area. Bring family
and friends for a wonderfully scary
good time.
The CFCC Foundation
announces thel7th annual Taste of
Citrus fundraising event to benefit
Citrus County students. "Education
in Good Taste" is the theme. The
event will be at the Crystal River
Mall today. For more information,
call Ms. Shevlin 352-746-6721.
On Thursday, Nov. 2 from 4 to 8
p.m., the Candy Bouquet in
Inverness is hosting Holiday Fest.
There will be refreshments, fresh
fudge tasting, Thanksgiving center-
pieces, holiday bouquets, gift bas-
kets and tons of ideas for gifts for
all ages. They raffle off a holiday
bouquet. Everyone is welcome and
they look forward to seeing you
there. The address is 2508 Hwy.
44 West. Call (352) 560-6105.
E 0
The Christmas Celebration of
Lights, sponsored by the Friends
of Homosassa Springs Wildlife
Park will be Dec. 20 through 24,
from 5:30 to 8 p.m. The community
is invited to come and enjoy the
park decked out for the holidays
with thousands of twinkling lights
and decorations during this multi-
evening event. A variety of enter-
tainments will be scheduled and
refreshments will be available.
N,
Junior Achievement is honored
to present to Rhonda Lestinsky,
vice president of Nature Coast
Bank in Crystal River, the
"Volunteer of the Year" award for
secondary education. Rhonda has
been teaching JA's Success Skills
program at Citrus and Crystal River
High Schools for many years. She
has been actively involved with
Junior Achievement for over 17
years. JA's programs encourage
volunteers to customize the activi-


ties to fit their personal style and to
meet the students' interests and
needs. Rhonda invited six success-
ful and highly recognizable busi-
ness leaders to serve on a panel to
talk about their formula for success
to over 200 students from Crystal
River High School. This discussion
was followed by individual o.ne-on-
one opportunities for the students
to ask their questions of the speak-
ers. The speakers included: Gerry
Mulligan, publisher of the Citrus
County Chronicle; Dr. Michael
Bennett; Janice Warren, Citrus
County tax collector, Dwain
Reeder, Inverness Publix store
manager; Steve Richardson,
Citrus County School Board per-
sonnel director, and Jeff Dawsy,of
the Citrus County Sheriff's
Department
Marie Straight, senior vice pres-
ident for SunTrust Bank in Citrus
and Sumtner counties received the
'Volunteer of the Year" award for
her work at the elementary school
level. Marie began volunteering
with JA when her oldest daughter
started kindergarten. Year after
year, Marie followed her daughter
from grade to grade leading JA.
Eventually her other daughter start-
ed school, and being the trooper
that she is and being a firm believ-
er in the value of JA, she started
the process over again. Marie has
plenty of memories that she shares
willingly about embarrassing her
daughters by things she said or did
in the classroom while teaching JA.
Annually, the Floral City
Heritage Council presents Floral
City Heritage Days. This year the
"Candles 'N' Carols" activity will be
on Friday, Dec. 1 from 5:30 to 9
p.m. The Heritage Hall Museum
will be open during the event and
in the morning for school children.
The Folk-life and Living History
Day and the Blue Banner Tour of
Historic Homes will be Saturday,
Dec. 2, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Museum and Country Store
will be open on Sunday afternoon
from 1 until 4 p.m. To learn how to
support this unique county event,
call chair M. Beasley at 726-7740
or e-mail the Council at the
fchc@hotmail.com.
I l
Great American Cooter
Festival Wine Tasting Reception
& Silent Auction will be held on at
Historic Old Courthouse in
Inverness on Nov. 2 from 6 to 8
p.m. Come taste a variety of wines.
A percentage of the total sale of
wines ordered will be donated to
the United Way and Annual
Festival of the Arts. Enjoy live
entertainment and hors d'oeuvres.
Tickets are on sale for $25. For
additional information, call the City
of Inverness Department of Parks
and Recreation at (352) 726-3913.


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Aardvark's Florida Kayak
Company invite all paddlers to
"Paddle with a Purpose" by joining'
them to raise a few bucks on Nov.
4 from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. for some
causes which are near and dear to
them. Causes may include
Hospice of Citrus County, Habitat
for Humanity and the
Environmental Defense Fund.
Donate whatever you wish to the
cause of the month. Aardvark's will
donate 25 percent of the rental fee
to the cause of the month. The
Web site is www.floridakayakcom-
pany.com/paddlewithapurpose.html
The Second Annual Christmas
Square Arts & Crafts Sale will be
at the Homosassa Lion's Club,
on C.R. 490 in Homosassa, on
Saturday, Nov. 4 from 9:00 a.m.
until 4:00 p.m. For information, call
Barbara Pellerin at (352) 621-7586.
The 35th Annual Festival of
the Arts will be held at the
Courthouse Square in downtown
Inverness on Saturday, November
4 from 9:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
and Sunday, Nov. 5 from 9:30 a.m.
until 4:30p.m. The Annual Festival
of the Arts provides a friendly set-
ting for artists and craftsmen to
show and sell their works. A variety
of food and beverages will be
available throughout the event.
Parking and admission are free.
For more information, call (352)
726-3913.
Experienced and novice birders
are invited to a special presenta-
tion on shorebirds by lifelong birder
and part-time birding 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 be held in the Florida
Room of the Visitor Center at
Homosassa Springs Wildlife
State Park on U.S. 19. If interest-
ed in the Shorebird Program or if
you have any questions, please
call the park office at (352) 628-
5343 during business hours.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of
Citrus County serve youths 6 to
18 years of age providing diverse
activities that meet their interests.
There are presently three clubs
serving Citrus County: the
Westside Unit in Homosassa,
Crystal River Unit and our
Inverness Unit. Club Program
areas include: Character &
Leadership Development;
Education & Career Development;
Health & Life Skills; The Arts &
Sports & Recreation.
Our after-school program hours
are 2 to 6 p.m. Cost is $45 a
month. In addition, our Westside &
Inverness Unit offer a before-
school program starting at 6 a.m.
There are additional hours. Fees


vary based on need. As part of our
ongoing effort to ensure all children
have an opportunity to join our w
Clubs, we are offering financial -'
assistance to those who qualify.
Our Clubs provide a safe place
to go and a positive place to -
belong. For additional information
on scholarships and membership,
please call (352) 621-9225. The
Boys & Girls Clubs of Citrus [
County is "The Positive Place for
Kids."
MN -
Mello Arts Bob Ross Oil Painting
with Certified Instructor Margaret
Messina will be at Central Florida
Community College in Lecanto.
To register, call (352) 249-1210 oi
online at www.cfcctraining.com
Classes will also take place at_
Walt Conners Inc., 210 W. t
Tompkins St. in Inverness. To regis-
ter, call (352) 726-1610. A new clais
will be at Whispering Pines Park'in
Invemess.To register, call (352) 726-
3913. Margaret Messina can be
reached at (352) 382-3557.

ERA American Realty and
Investments is pleased to welco e
Charlene Anderson to 'The
American Team." Charlene will w rk
in the company's Beverly Hills oflfe
as a sales associate. Zn
A Realtor since 1998, Charlen4,
holds numerous production and cus-
tomer satisfaction awards from h6r
previous company. Charlene andh
her husband, Ken, have been resi,
dents of Citrus County for nine -
years. Much of Charlene's leisure
time involves family activities anr
membership at the Crystal River.,
United Methodist Church. She also
finds time for walking, swimming
and reading.
ERA American Realty, a Top t6
ERA company nationally, has
served the real estate needs of
Citrus County since 1980, and i;
invites you to contact Charlene :;
Anderson at its Beverly Hills office
at (352) 746-3600 for help with 1
your real estate needs.


Two more RE/MAX Realty One
agents joined the 2006 Multi Millon
club recently. Joy Bily and Susan
Knowles both passed the two mil-
lion dollars in sales volume marl%
thus qualifying for this prestigious
designation. Joy is a Realtor in the
Crystal River office and has more
than 18 years experience in the
profession.
Susan is a Realtor in the
Inverness office who previously
held a real estate license in
Connecticut. Both of these ladies
are consistent multi-million dollar
producers and a valuable part of
the RE/MAX team. The associates
and staff of RE/MAX Realty One,
would like to congratulate them ,n
their continued success.


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Promotional information from the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce


[onneAtion


5D

SUNDAY
OCTOBER 29, 2006


- ~lCBL~II~~RNEW SS0


Chamber slates Holiday parades

S'-, The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce
hosts great events this Holiday season

Crystal River Christmas Parade


A'


I


: \ When: Saturday, Dec. 2, at 3:30 p.m.
SWhere: Staging will be in the same area as in years past However, the layout will be
S reversed to facilitate the new route. Those that were used to being the first in line on Citrus Ave.,
1 % w ill now find that Citrus Ave. will facilitate the end of the parade.
S Route: This year's parade will head in a different direction! We will be heading North,
beginning at N.E. 3rd Ave. and proceed to N.W 6th Ave., then dispersing along the south side of
t lthe Crystal River Mall.
Sewing: Viewing will be along both sides of U.S. 19, which will be closed from Turkey Oak to
SS.R -44.
q. Inverness Christmas Parade
When: Saturday, Dec. 9 at noon.
Where:.Downtown along Main Street
Viewing: Spectators can line both sides of Main Street from Pizza Hut to McDonalds.
The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce would like to thank both the City of Crystal River
and the City of Inverness for their continued support with these community events. It has been a
pleasure working with two GREAT cities. Applications for both of these parades can be obtained
- from any of the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce offices.


Celebrate in

Homosassa

Springs

The Citrus County Chamber
of Commerce is hosting the
tenth annual "Homosassa
Springs Into Christmas" tree
lighting and carol sing Dec. 7 at
6 p.m., on the grounds of the
State Wildlife Welcome Center
on U.S. 19 in Homosassa Springs.
There is no charge, but visitors
are encouraged to bring a lawn
chair The program will include
a performance by the
Elementary School of
Homosassa students, under the
direction of Donna Olson.
The highlight of the program
is always the arrival of Santa,
and especially when he sings
with the children. You will enjoy
singing and listening to some
the old famil-iar traditional
Christmas carols.
The Community Christmas
tree will be lit toward the end of
the pro-gram and will remain lit
every night until after the holi-
day season.
Anyone attending can expect
to be transformed by the beauti-
ful tree lighting ceremony and
will then be ready to "spring"
into the Christmas Holiday
Season.


Take Stock in Children with the Chamber


Attention Super Bowl fans:
-Make a difference today by
"taking a leadership role and
,i purchasing hope tickets to
win the Take Stock in
Children Ultimate Tailgate
Experience.
: Hope tickets are now on
sale at the Crystal River,
Homosassa and Inverness
Chambers of Commerce.
Each ticket requires a dona-
tionof $25.
; The donation actively
changes a child's life by sup-
porting Take Stock in


TO PURCHASE HOPE TICKETS
* Tickets are a $25 donation each, and are available at all
Chamber of Commerce offices.


Children's ongoing programs
to raise funds in support of
scholarships and services for
children in low-income fami-
lies.
Purchasing a ticket enters
you in a drawing for a grand-
prize package which includes:
Two tickets to Super Bowl
XLI in Miami.


A 2007 Mustang convert-
ible.
Accommodations for two
at the Intercontinental West
Hotel in Miami.'
Founded in 1995, the mis-
sion of Take Stock in Children
is to provide deserving, quali-
fied children in our communi-
ty with scholarships to col-


lege, and guidance from car-
ing mentors.
Since being founded, Take
Stock in Children has provid-
ed more than 11,000 children
with scholarships and men-
tors.
All money raised in Citrus
County helps children in
Citrus County.
For more information about
the event, contact Janet
Clymer, Take Stock in
Children program coordina-
tor, at (352) 746-6721, ext. 6148.


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-The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a ribbon cutting for Roy's Guns New & Used. Pictured are: Ambassador
Chuck Morgan, Cassie Reneer, owner Roy Kelly, Debbie Wells, Tami Kelly and Chamber Ambassador John Porter. Roy's Guns offers
inew and used guns. Whether you are buying, selling or trading, visit their convenient location in the Time Square Plaza at 3822 E Gulf-
toLake Highway in Inverness. Consignments are also welcome. Debbie Wells offers the finest gold and authentic stones for great
prices, along with a USGL certification card with purchase. For more information, call (352) 560-6162.



Chamber plans social for volunteers


. The Citrus County Chamber
6f 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
dur 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 volun-
teers are invited.
We will have volunteer regis-
tration forms for the parades
and festivals that the Chamber
hosts.
A volunteer picnic and other


great activities are in the plan-
ning stages as well.
If you would like more infor-
mation and would like to be
invited to our first Volunteer
Ice Cream Social, please call
Suzanne at (352) 726-2801.


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DIGEST
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finances properly, according to
Edward Jones survey
Results show parents and
grandparents in the Northeastern
U.S. have the highest rate of con-
cem about children managing their
piggy banks as adults
Nearly 80 percent of parents and
grandparents in the U.S. say they
are concerned that children today
will not be able to manage their
finances properly as adults, calling
into question what lessons should
be taught now at the piggy bank.
According to a national study
commissioned by financial-services
firm Edward Jones, more than 600
parents, grandparents and
guardians, nearly eight out of 10
Americans with children or grand-
children under the age of 18,
admitted they were concerned
about the next generation's person-
al finance skills now and into the
future.
"These results clearly suggest
that there is not enough being
done to educate today's youth
about managing their finances,"
said Craig O'Dell, an Edward
Jones investment representative in
Citrus County. "It is a common
belief that the average American
spends too much, saves too little
and carries more debt than he or
she should. Sadly, today's parents
and grandparents fear their chil-
dren's generation will be no differ-


ent. To help mitigate these con-
cerns, children need to be provided
with a basic understanding of per-
sonal finance and a solid grasp of
basic financial concepts like debt,
credit and saving fore retirement."
Among the other key findings
from the survey conducted by
Kelton Research:
Nearly half of Americans (47
percent) on the lower end of the
education spectrum (with a high
school diploma or less) are
extremely concerned about their
kids' and grandkids' abilities to
manage money.
Forty-four percent of
Americans earning less than
$50,000 in the household voice
extreme concern about their off-
spring's money skills, versus 32
percent of Americans earning
$50,000 or more in the home.
Americans in the Northeastern
region of the country express the
most concern, with 84 percent of
parents and grandparents worrying
about their kids' future fiscal fit-
ness.
The Citrus County investment
representatives include: Craig
O'Dell, John Breese, Wann Van
Robinson, Jason Worley, J.
Michael Todd, Scott L. Lee.
Edward Jones provides financial
services for individual investors in
the United States and, through its
affiliates, in Canada and the United
Kingdom. Every aspect of the
firm's business, from the types of
investment options offered to the
location of branch offices, is
designed to cater to individual
investors in the communities in


which they live and work. The
firm's 10,000-plus investment rep-
resentatives work directly with
more than 7 million clients to
understand their personal goals -
from college savings to retirement
- and create long-term strategies
for their investments that empha-
size a well-balanced portfolio and a
buy-and-hold strategy. Edward
Jones embraces the importance of
building long-term, face-to-face
relationships with clients, helping
them to understand and make
sense of the investment options
available today.
Edward Jones is headquartered
in St. Louis. The Edward Jones
interactive Web site is located at,
and Its recruiting Web site is
www.edwardjonesopportunity.com.
Munroe Foundation
receives trust for
scholarships
OCALA The Munroe
Foundation has received a
$600,000 trust fund for the Nursing
Education Scholarships Program
from Angelica G. Muns, a retired Air
Force Lieutenant Colonel and resi-
dent of Citrus County.
According to Munroe Foundation
Director Beth McCall, the funds will
be used to help Munroe Regional
Medical Center employees obtain
their registered nursing degrees.
Income from the trust fund will be
available starting in 2007.
"We are just thrilled with Mrs.
Muns' gift to our hospital," Director
McCall said. "It is a testament to
her years of service in the nursing
profession and the quality of med-


ical care at Munroe Regional. And
it comes at a time when more and
more baby boomers are beginning
to retire, which will only add to the
already critical shortages of nurses
in our country."
The Munses moved from
Brevard (Space Coast) to Citrus
County in 1986. When Burl Muns
needed carotid artery surgery, a
referral to Dr. Michael J.
Carmichael brought them to
Munroe Regional Medical Center.
At the time, Mrs. Muns had been
considering where to leave her
estate. "Burl felt whatever I decid-
ed, it should be used to further
someone's education," she said.
The impressive treatment they
received from Dr. Carmichael and
the Munroe Regional staff helped
make her choice easier. Because
she and her seeing-eye dog,
Maggie, needed to stay overnight
at the hospital, they were given a
suite.
"I happened to say to Burl that it
was a nice place to spend my
birthday," Mrs. Muns said. "A
Munroe staff member must have
overheard me because that
evening they sent up two special
dinners and a birthday cake. That
is what I call good public relations."
Mrs. Muns' 63-year career as a
registered nurse began in nursing
school at Orange Memorial
Hospital in East Orange, N.J. After
obtaining her degree, she was
accepted by the Army Air Corps
and was soon serving with General
Patton's army as they marched
through France and Belgium and
into Germany. She met her hus-


band, a flight crewmember in
Military Air Transport Service, while
on duty as R.N. Medical Team
Leader returning Korean War com-
bat casualties from Tokyo to U.S.
military hospitals. During this
assignment, she headed up teams
of medical personnel ranging form
eight to 15 medical crewmembers,
attending 100 to 110 seriously
injured patients on each flight.
Mr. and Mrs. Muns were married
in 1954 and from 1953 until her
retirement from the military in 1967,
she served as Chief Nurse at post-
ings in Germany, Greenland and
Tripoli (Libya).
While serving as Chief Nurse of
an Air Force hospital in Germany,
she earned her Bachelor of Military
Science degree at the University of
Heidelberg.
From 1967 until 2003, Mrs.
Muns served as an R.N. in U.S.
civilian hospitals and medical facili-
ties. She spent her last four years
at an area nursing home where
she donated her salary to sponsor
24 seeing-eye dogs.
"As a former nurse, I'm con-
cerned about the shortage of nurs-
es in our country,": Mrs. Muns said.
"I feel very good about doing what I
can to help people wanting to
become nurses at Munroe
Regional Medical Center. The won-
derful treatment Burl received from
Dr. Carmichael's crew and the staff
at the hospital made this an easy
decision for both of us."
Starting in 2002, the Nursing
Education Scholarship Program
has assisted 146 Munroe Regional
employees to obtain registered


nursing degrees. The program is.
open to any man or woman cur,
rently employed at Munroe who
wants to achieve a degree in regis-
tered nursing. Several of the cur-
rent scholarship recipients are ,
older than the traditional age of tl
students, and several are single -,,
parents. 1 ti
The scholarship may be used rC'
as the student needs it, including '
tuition, books, childcare, etc. The "'5
students work at Munroe Regional-
while going to school and must
maintain grades to receive the .Q
stipends.
The registered nurse program .
requires all graduates to make a .,o
two-year commitment to remain at i,
the hospital upon graduation., or
For more information, contact :-
Ryan Gerds, Community RelationV
coordinator, at 402-5206 or by e-
mail at ryangerds@mrhs.org. y
Munroe Regional Medical Centgi
is a 421-bed not-for-profit acute .
care hospital whose mission, is to ,y
continually meet the changing .a
health needs of the community *it
through caring, patient-centered )In
services of the highest quality. asz
Munroe Regional Medical Cent&'"
is at 1500 S.W. 1stAve., Ocala. ',
Web site address is
www.MunroeRegional.com. Main
telephone number is (352) 351- :
7200.
Munroe Regional Medical .*1
Center's Emergency Center at N
TimberRidge is at 9521 S.W. State
Road 200, Ocala. Telephone num-
ber is (352) 351-7500. a
<.I


Class ACT Champ named Disability Mentoring Day


Special to the Chronicle
Inverness resident Thomas
Zabinski, Environmental
Services, was selected as
Citrus Memorial Health
System's Class ACT Champion
of the Month for October.
This program honors
employees who exceed expec-
tations in their service to oth-
ers, based on criteria in the
hospital's Class ACT customer
service training. "ACT" stands
for "Attitude, Communications
and Teamwork."
Zabinski's nomination says
he does everything profession-
ally, going above and beyond
what is expected. For exam-


ple, when a call comes in for
clean linen or trash pick-up,


Zabinsk i
responds
immediately
so the
requesters
don't need to
wait. Whether
he's mopping
floors or mov-
ing furniture,
Zabinski is
everything a
Class ACT
Champion
should be.
Also nomi-


Thomas
Zabinski
received
award at Citrus
Memorial
Hospital


nated for October
Darlene McClellan


were
from


Nutritional Services and
Bobby Samons from Plant
Operations.
Citrus Memorial Health
System is a 198-bed, not-for-
profit community hospital,
providing care to Citrus
County and environs for near-
ly a half-century.
The hospital is fully accred-
ited by the Joint Commission
on the Accreditation of
Healthcare Organizations
(JCAHO), is licensed by the
Florida Department of
Health, 'and is a
Medicare/Medicaid provider
in addition to other major
insurances.


Special to the Chronicle

On Oct '19, Carolyn Bogush,
right, a Key Training Center con-
sumer, took part in Disability
Mentoring Day designed to
provide job-seekers with disabil-
ities a firsthand experience in
learning about career opportu-
nities in a variety of their chosen
fields. Following her desire to be
a receptionist, Bogush job-shad-
owed Beth Williams, Key Center
Foundation receptionist, for the
day by answering phones, taking
phone messages and preparing
mail. The Disability Mentoring
Day program connects disabled
job-seekers with employers who.


Carolyn
Bogush,
front,
shadows
Key Centeri,q
Foundation>."
receptionss,
Beth
Williams on _
Oct. 19. '.
Special to the VA
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ut


are working in a field of interest,
leading to a stronger connection
between employers and poten-
tial employees with disabilities
and, ultimately, leading to a
more diverse: workforce,. For.


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VSC announces Deptolas promotion,


Special to the Chronicle

Robert Collins, Vice.
President of Villages Services
Cooperative, Inc. announced
today the promotion of Linda
Deptola to Senior Community
Association Manager.
Linda Deptola has been a
licensed Community
Association Manager since
1993. Having worked for one of
the area's prime developers
for fifteen years, followed by a
period of time working inde-
pendently, it is only natural for
her to be working with Villages
Services Cooperative, Inc.
(VSC). Linda believes that VSC
has put all the services that her
experience has taught her are
invaluable to an Association
together under one roof. Her
experience with Associations,


both residential an
cial, began before a
required and in all
she has
expanded her
knowledge and
experience
through hands
on hard work.
Her experi-
ence also
included the
construction of
homes, which
helps her to V
understand the C
budget A
process, war-
ranty issues,
irrigation and
designs and repairs
the Florida Statutes
to Associations of al
has served On the


d commer- several associations personal-
license was ly, giving her a feel for how a
those years Board should function and be
successful from the viewpoint
: of both a member and a man-
ager. Her experience along
with the team work of the staff
t at VSC is a winning combina-
tion.
VSC was founded in 2001
with the express purpose to
provide services to Citrus Hills
Linda property owners. Our first proj-
Deptola ect was to introduce a cost sav-
'SC Senior ing rubbish pick-up service
communityy that would save homeowners
associationn money, but also cut back on the
Manager number of trucks on our roads.
Over the years it became
landscape apparent that property associ-
3, as well as nations would benefit from a
s that apply professional management
1 types. She company that was experienced
Boards of and knowledgeable, as well as


understanding their need
The management team bring.
more than 75 years in cohIA
bined experience in proper.
management and customev
service in Citrus County.
The facility at 2541
Reston Terrace, Hernando
equipped with the very latest
in property management sof-
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track record of more than '
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Property transaction infor-
mation is supplied to the
Chronicle by the Citrus County
Property Appraiser's Office.
Call 341-6600 with questions.

Seller Bonlol William C & Louise
Buyer Huerta Ginger
Price: $103000
Addr Beverly Hills: 00005 S Washington St
Description: Beverly Hills Unit 1 Pb 3 Pg
149 Lot5 Blk 6

Seller: Bates Richard W Sr
Buyer: i(ehl. Frederick R
Price: $123000
Addr. Beverly Hills: 00232 S Lincoln Ave
Description: Beverly Hills Unit 6 Sec 3b Pb
12 Pg 66 Lot 20 Blk 109

Seller. Thor Donald H Jr & Tina J
Buyer: Lodoice Louise
Pri~e: $70600
Addr: Beverly Hills: 00030 N Monroe St
Description: Beverly Hills Unit 2 Pb 4 Pg 96
Lot 30 BIk 13

Seller: Hillside Properties Uc
Buyer: Maronda Homes Inc
Price: $860000
Addr. Beverly Hills: 03332 N Burroughs
Path
Description: High Ridge Village Pb 18 Pgs
28-33 Lot 8 Blk A

Seller: Hillside Properties LUc
Buyer. Maronda Homes Inc
Prie: $860000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 03356 N Burroughs

Description: High Ridge Village Pb 18 Pgs
2833 Lot 10 BIk A

Seller: Hillside Properties Lic
Buyer: Maronda Homes Inc
Ptice: $860000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 03278 N Burroughs
Path
Description: High Ridge Village Pb 18 Pgs
28'33 Lot 2 Blk A

Spller: Hillside Properties Lic
Buyet Maronda Homes Inc
Price: $860000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 03375 N Burroughs
Ppth
Description: High Ridge Village Pb 18 Pgs
28-33 Lot 7 Blk F

Seller: Hillside Properties Uc
Buyer: Maronda Homes Inc
Price: $860000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 03367 N Burroughs
Path
Description: High Ridge Village Pb 18 Pgs
28-33 Lot 6 BIk F

Seller: Hillside Properties Uc
Buyer: Maronda Homes Inc
Price: $860000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 03349 N Burroughs
Pawn
ilescription: High Ridge Village Pb 18 Pgs
28*33 Lot 5 Blk F

Seller: Hillside Properties Lic
Buyer: Maronda Homes Inc
Prfie: $860000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 03323 N Burroughs
Path
- Description: High Ridge Village Pb 18 Pgs
2833 Let 3, Blk F

Seller: Hillside Properties Lic
Buyer: Maronda Homes Inc
Price: $860000
ddr: Beverly Hills: 03315 N Burroughs
Pdth
Description: High Ridge Village Pb 18 Pgs
28-33 Lot 2 Bik F

Seller: Hillside Properties Uc
Buyer: Maronda Homes Inc
Price: $860000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 03295 N Burroughs
Path
Description: High Ridge Village Pb 18 Pgs
28-33 Lott1"BlkF

Seller: Hillside Properties Lic
Buyer: Maronda Homes Inc
Pdce: $860000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 03370 N Burroughs
Path
Description: High Ridge Village Pb 18 Pgs
28-33 Lot 11 BIk A

Seller. Hillside Properties LIc
Buyer: Maronda Homes Inc
Price: $860000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 03390 N Burroughs
Path
Description: High Ridge Village Pb 18 Pgs
28-33 Lot 13 Blk A

Seller: Hillside Properties Llc
Buyer: Maronda Homes Inc
Price: $860000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 03300 N Burroughs
Path
Description: High Ridge Village Pb 18 Pg
28-33 Lot 4 Blk B

Seller: Hillside Properties Uc
Buyer: Maronda Homes Inc


Price: $860000
Addr Beverly Hills: 03333 N Burroughs
Path
Description: High Ridge Village Pb 18 Pgs
28-33 Lot 4 BIk F

Seller Hillside Properties Lic
Buyer Maronda Homes Inc
Price: $860000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 03380 N Burroughs
Path
Description: High Ridge Village Pb 18 Pgs
28-33 Lot 12 BIk A

Seller: Hillside Properties Uc
Buyer Maronda Homes Inc
Pric6: $860000
Addr Beverly Hills: 03348 N Burroughs
Path
Description: High Ridge Village Pb 18 Pgs
28-33 Lot 9 Blk A

Seller Hillside Properties Uc
Buyer Maronda Homes Inc
Price: $860000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 03288 N Burroughs
Path
Description: High Ridge Village Pb 18 Pgs
28-33 Lot 3 Bik A

Seller: Hillside Properties Uc
Buyer: Maronda Homes Inc
Price: $860000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 03266 N Burroughs
Path
Description: High Ridge Village Pb 18 Pg
28-33 Lot 1 BIk A

Seller: Hillside Properties Uc
Buyer: Maronda Homes Inc
Price: $860000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 03320 N Burroughs
Path
Description: High Ridge Village Pb 18 Pgs
28-33 Lot 6 BIk A

Seller Hillside Properties Lip
Buyer Maronda Homes Inc
Price: $860000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 03304 N Burroughs
Path
Description: High Ridge Village Pb 18 Pg
28-33 Lot 5 BIk A

Seller: Hillside Properties Lic
Buyer: Maronda Homes Inc
Price: $860000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 03326 N Burroughs
Path
Description: High Ridge Village Pb 18 Pgs
28-33 Lot 7 Blk A

Seller: Golish Ann C
Buyer: Mead Leslie J
Price: $124000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 00205 S Uncoln Ave
Description: Beverly Hills Unit 6 Sec 3b Pb
12 Pg 66 Lot 3 BIk 110

Seller: Hung Chun Hsia
Buyer: Nadeau Michael B & Laurie J
Price: $210000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 03889 N Passion Flower
Way
Description: Beverly Hills Unit 8 Phase 2 Pb
13 Pg 33 Lot 19 & Nw'Ly 1/2 Of Lot 20 81k
192 More Fully Descr In Or Bk 2033 Pg
1847

Seller: Spitler Robert
Buyer: 0 Nell Dorice M
Price: $53000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 00549 W Sand Oak Ct
Description: Parkslde VIg Unit 3 Pb 12 Pg
99 Lot 27 Blk 1 a

Seller: Garrison Christine
Buyer: Peters Colleen
Price: $106500
Addr: Beverly Hills: 00011 S Desoto St
Description: Beverly Hills Unit 2 Pb 4 Pg 96
Lot 11 BIk 32

Seller: Martlinez Green Tanla
Buyer: Vallejos Richard
Price: $145000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 00068 S Washington St
Description: Beverly Hills Unit 4 Pb 5 Pg


Seller: Wolf, Madeline
Buyer: Welgle Nathan Earl Sr &
Price: $121000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 00087 S Uncoln Ave
Description: Beverly Hills Unit 5 Pb 9 Pg 2
Lot 17 Blk 84

Seller: Sky Development Group Lic
Buyer Allen Nathalle
Price: $43900
Addr: Citrus Springs: 06447 N Esmont Way
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 22 IPb 7 Pg
93 Lot 10 Bik 1551

Seller: Jasin Albin D
Buyer: Artllles Mike &
Price: $14000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 09840 N Fairy Lilly Dr
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 3 Plat Bk 5
Pg 116 Lot 14 Blk 267

Seller: Smith Robert C Jr
Buyer: Barnes Francis & Joan P
Price: $30000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 10685 N Haitian Dr
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 27 IPb 9 Pg


54 Lot 25 BIk 1395

Seller Maronda Homes Inc Of Florida
Buyer Berrios Juan V Jr & Angela M
Price: $185300
Addr Citrus Springs: 08629 N Trojan Dr
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 6 Pb 6 Pg
15 Lot 4 BIk 594

Seller Kowalczk Richard Lee & Peggy L
Buyer Braceras Jorge & Illana
Price: $22900
Addr Citrus Springs: 00668 W Voltaire
Loop
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 20 Pb 7 Pg
52 Lot 14 Blk 1321

Seller Mercedes Homes Inc
Buyer Bradford Forrest D & Daveeda G
Price: $255000
Addr Citrus Springs: 07167 N Waycross
Way
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 9 Pb 6 Pg 61
Lot 2 BIk 621

Seller: Jasper Homes Llc
Buyer: Brooks Saundra L &
Price: $19000
Addr Citrus Springs: 00111 W Citrus
Springs Blvd
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 18 Pb 7 Pg
34 Lot 21 BIk 1008

Seller Santillana Alanice
Buyer: Citrus Builder Owner Corp
Price: $18000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 06548 N Clayton Ave
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 23 Pb 7 Pg
115 Lot 4 Blk 1708

Seller New Vista Properties Inc
Buyer Coyoc Jorge E & Rosario Sosa
Price: $55000
Addr Citrus Springs: 10921 N Allwood Ter
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 27 Pb 9 Pg 54
Lot 8 BIk 1362

Seller Taylor Thomas R & Lois A
Buyer Cuberly Robert R &
Price: $254700
Addr Citrus Springs: 07241 N Tranquil Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 12 Pb 6 Pg 87
Lot 10 BIk 886

Seller: Mitch Underwood Construction
Buyer Degado Roger & Danzy
Price: $159900
Addr Citrus Springs: 02051 W Doral Ct
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 4 Pb 5 Pg 133
Lot 49 BIk 191

Seller: Lembrooke Investment Corp
Buyer Duncan Keith
Price: $30000
Addr Citrus Springs: 02111 W Tacoma Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 8 Pb 6 Pg 43
Lot 30 Blk 741

Seller: Maronda Homes Inc Of Florida
Buyer: Elder Sunshine N & MIkel L
Price; $155900
Addr: Citrus Springs: 09637 N Cherry Lake
Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 3 Pb 5 Pg 116
Lot 1 BIk 309

Seller- Maronda Homes Inc Of Florida
Buyer: Finley Timothy & Katherine
Price: $143900
Addr: Citrus Springs: 01155 W Bridge Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 1 Pb 5 Pg 89
Lot 28 BIk 101

Seller: Holiday Builders Inc
Buyer: Freycinet Anite & Guy Fanfan
Price: $211600
Addr: Citrus Springs: 10179 N Allwood Ter
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 1 Pb 5 Pg
89 Lot 18 Blk 12


Seller: Maronda Homes Inc Of Florida
Buyer: Gibson Mike E & Leigh A
Price: $217700
Addr Citrus Springs: 08065 N Sarazen Dr
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 7 Pb 6 Pg
33 Lot 12 BIk 723

Seller: Elland Lisa M
Buyer: Infante Pedro & Jan Marie
Price: $200000
Addr Citrus Springs: 00672 W Anderson Ln
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 23 Pb 7 Pg
115 Lot 10 BIk 1767

Seller: Harding Associates Inc
Buyer: Josephs Gary & Vivienne
Price: $62700
Addr: Citrus Springs: 00594 W Citrus
Springs Blvd
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 13 Pb 6 Pg 98
Lot 8 BIk 949

Seller: Arena Ignazlo &
Buyer: K E L Homes Lic
Price: $26000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 09131 N Bertin Dr
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 1 Lot 35 Blk
57 Descr In 0 R Bk A48 Pg 842

Seller: Hamilton Carmela Billlle
Buyer: Kawka Berndt & Rosa Wilma
Price: $25000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 09410 N Jackson
Way
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 5 Pb 6 Pg 1


Lot 20 Blk 512

Seller: Meler Eugene W & Zona M
Buyer Kyte Jewell K & Sherry L
Price: $40000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 10077 N Country
Club Way
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 20 Pb 7 Pg 52
Lot 9 BIk 1297

Seller: Godfrey Homes Inc
Buyer Latimer Enrique A
Price: $210000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 10836 N Airway Loop
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 20 Pb 7 Pg 52
Lot 21 BIk 1316

Seller Stanley Gary M &
Buyer Laycock Michael R & Peggy
Price: $209000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 08606 N Iberian Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 10 Pb 6 Pg 67
Lot 15 Blk 843

Seller Henry Karen & Delroy L
Buyer Leon Darla J & Albert J &
Price: $220000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 07720 N Creek Way
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 18 Pb 7 Pg
34 Lot 11 BIk 1012

Seller: New Vista Properties Inc
Buyer Mahase Mahindra
Price: $55000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 03956 W Cross Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 3 Pb 5 Pg 116
Lot 1 BIk 311

Seller New Vista Properties Inc
Buyer Marner Alrick
Price: $55000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 10894 N Mataro Ave
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 27 Pb 9 Pg 54
Lot 20 BIk 1399

Seller: Maronda Homes Inc Of Florida
Buyer Mc Clellen Lonnie N & Karen
Price: $165400
Addr: Citrus Springs: 08430 N Sussex Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 4 Plat Bk 5 Pg
133 Lot 15 Blk 372

Seller: National Lots Inc.
Buyer: Mc Ken Everald George &
Price: $21900
Addr: Citrus Springs: 01644 E Carson Rd
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 17 Pb 7 Pg
1 Lot 7 BIk 1215

Seller: National Lots Inc
Buyer: Mc Ken Everald George &
Price: $21900
Addr Citrus Springs: 03419 W Seahorse Ln
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 22 Pb 7 Pg
93 Lot 20 Blk 1568

Seller Brunswick Homes Inc
Buyer: Mohammed WaJid &
Price: $55000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 07756 N Pitcairn Way
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 18 Pb 7 Pg
34 Lot 6 BIk 1013

Seller Brunswick Homes Inc
Buyer: Mohammed Wajid &
Price: $55000
Addr Citrus Springs: 07763 N Merrimac
Way
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 18 Pb 7 Pg
34 Lot 21 BIk 1009

Seller Fernandez David
Buyer: Nichols Carol S Trustee
Price: $130000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 07890 N Triana Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 7 Pb 6 Pg 33
Lot 26 BIk 728

Seller: New Vista Properties Inc
Buyer: Padllla Adrlane &
Price: $55000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 10601 N G Martinelll
Blvd
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 21 Pb 7 Pg 73
Lot 6 Bik 1416

Seller: Treml Bernard E Jr &
Buyer: Pierce William T & Gina L
Price: $15000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 10171 N Sabre Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 3 Pb 5 Pg 116
Lot 7 BIk 225

Seller: Lembrooke Investment Corp
Buyer: Regan Susan
Price: $30000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 07781 N Valhalla Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 13 Pb 6 Pg 98
Lot 20 Blk 909

Seller: Perez Annette & Kevin John
Buyer: Simeus Pierre Rene
Price: $167000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 02433 W Wavecrest
Dr
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 8 Pb 6 Pg
43 Lot 7 Blk 754

Seller: Maronda Homes Inc Of Florida
Buyer: Spaulding David C & Bobble J
Price: $209900
Addr: Citrus Springs: 03726 W Lappula Ln
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 3 Plat Bk 5
Pg 116 Lot 4 Blk 280

Seller: Oldenburg Dana & Tammy


Buyer Spencer Arthur
Price: $132900
Addr Citrus Springs: 08992 N Farrington Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 10 Pb 6 Pg 67
Lot 1 BIk 845

Seller: Simmons Marilyn Trustee
Buyer. Stewart Stanley L & E Kathryn
Price: $220000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 08512-N Ibsen Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 4 Pb 5 Pg 133
Lot 9 BIk 436

Seller Van Ness Properties Inc
Buyer Suarez Jose
Price: $41000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 00054 W Vince PI
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 18 Pb 7 Pg 34
Lot 1 BIk 1015

Seller: New Vista Properties Inc
Buyer Valencia Sharon &
Price: $55000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 02845 W Sheila Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 21 Pb 7 Pg 73
Lot 12 Blk 1437

Seller: Maronda Homes Inc Of Florida
Buyer Webster Brandon L & Kelllne T
Price: $205300
Addr: Citrus Springs: 01269 W Sfiady Ln,
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 4 Pb 5 Pg 133
Lot 15 Blk 367

Seller Elliott Debra
Buyer: Wilson Emmett & Susan
Price: $6000
Addr Citrus Springs: 07118 N Falrlawn Ter
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 8 Pb 6 Pg
43 Lot 15 BIk 810

Seller: Howard Phyllis Ann
Buyer Adklns Shirley E &
Price: $75400 ,
Addr City Of Inverness: 02400 Forest Dr
Description: Inverness Village Condo Or
Bk 436 Pg 469 Apt 240 Bldg K

Seller: Putz Wilhhelm Josef & Irene
Buyer Cowen Shella
Price: $330000
Addr: City Of Inverness: 00556 San Remo
Cir
Description: The Landings At Inverness Pb
13 Pg 15 Lot 69

Seller: Ros Mildred Mary
Buyer Ellis Catherine L
Price: $3000
Addr: City Of Inverness:
Description: Inverness Acres Unit 2 Pb 6
Pg 52 Lot 20 BIk 6

Seller: Richey Virginia
Buyer Mccormick Harry L & Kim K
Pdce: $195000
Addr City Of Inverness: 00990 Pritchard
Island Rd
Description: Pritchard Island Pb'l 2Pg 150
Bldg L Unit 5

Seller. Ramey Family Revocable Trust
Buyer: Ramey Frank
Price: $22000
Addr: City Of Inverness: 02605 Wilson St
Description: Inverness Acres Uni Pb 6 Pg
52 Lot 27 BIk 34

Seller. Ramey Family Revocable Trust
Buyer Ramey Frank C &
Price: $22000
Addr City Of Inverness: 00610 Long Ave
Description: Inverness Village Unit 2 Pb 6
Pg 52 Lot 1 Blk 34

Seller Hart Trudi M
Buyer: Richey Virginia Trustee
Price: $152500
Addr City Of Inverness: 00820
Windermere Blvd
Description: Windermere Phase Four Pb
15 Pg 146 Lot 3 Blk Ff

Seller: Filzgerrell Carole Trustee
Buyer Rodriguez Caslmiro D &
Price: $153700
Addr City Of Inverness: 00804 Windy Ave
Description: Inverness Hglds South Pb 3
Pg 51 Lots 16 & 17 Blk 270

Seller Ruhnels L K
Buyer Accredited Bond Agencies Inc
Price: $100000
Addr Crystal River:
Description: Boellerts Add To Crystal River
Pb 1 Pg 28 Lot 39 & E 6 Ft Of Jot 38 Title
In Or Bk 1441 Pg 614 & Or Bk 1752 Pg
1097 &

Seller: Runnels L K
Buyer: Accredited Bond Agencies Inc
Price: $100000
Addr: Crystal River:
Description: Boellerts Add To Cirstal River
Lot 40 Less And Except The Following:
Begin At Se Cor Of Lt 40 Th W Al S Bndry
Of Sd Lt 1

Seller: Sabourin Edmund E Est
Buyer: Brannin Michael & Barbara
Price: $20000
Addr: Crystal River:
Description: Townsite Of Crystal Park Pb 1
Pg 2 Lot 204

Seller: Dison Olean H


Buyer Jorgenson Jon & Bobble
Price: $63000
Addr Crystal River: 00941 Se Mayo Dr
Description: Crystal Landings Condo Or
Bk 838 Pg 1056 Bldg D Unit 103

Seller Hall James M &
Buyer Morgan Jay B &
Price: $780000
Addr Crystal River:
Description: Woodland Ests Unit I Pb 3 Pg
48 Lots 1,,2 & 3 BIk 4 & Pclbetw Lot 1 81k 4
& Us Hwy 19

Seller Johnson Danny L
Buyer: Pfdg Uc
Price: $245000
Addr Crystal River: 00654 Se Ft Island Tri
Description: Westerly 75 Ft Of Following:
Beg At Pt On S'Ly R/W Ln Of Kings Bay Rd
Sd Pt Being N Odeg 08m 30s W 1875.93 Ft
& N 71deg

Seller Carter Ronnie Ann
Buyer. Seyler Rebecca H
Price: $365000
Addr Crystal River: 01637 Se Paradise Cir
Description: Paradise Point Villas Condo
Or Bk 568 Pg 1385 Unit 506

Seller Killeen Shawn M & Lesli R
Buyer Beaverson Thomas R & Usa M
Price: $195000
Addr East County: 03736 E Umestone Ln
Description: Heatherwood Unit 1 Pb 8 Pg
1 N 1/2 Of E1/2 Of Lt 20 & S 1/2 Of E 1/2
Of Lot 20 Block A

Seller Brosseau Henry & Usbeth
Buyer Brosseau Henry
Price: $90000
Addr East County: 00163 W
Massachusetts St
Description: Citrus Hills 1st Add Pb 9 Pg 73
Lot 20 BIk 44

Seller Richmond Frederick Leigh Iv
Buyer Bruce Jefferson S
Price: $15000
Addr East County: 00935 Stetson Ter
Description: Inverness Hglds South Pb 3
Pg 51 Lots 30, 31 & 32 Bik 289

Seller Balk Joseph M
Buyer. Bvp Homeshare Inc
Price: $200
Addr East County: 04802 E Connell Lake
Dr
Description: Connell Lake Estates Pb 11
Pg 92 Lot 97

Seller. Van Der LulJm Marcel Andre
Buyer Bvp Homeshare Inc
Price: $200
Addr: East County: 00956 N Foxrun Ter
Description: Connell Lake Ests Pb 11 Pg
92 Lot 83

Seller Mercer George L & Virginia R
Buyer Citrus County
Price: $10000
Addr: East County:
Description: Parcel 108 North Croft Road
Job #06-020 Descr As Fol: A Ptn Of Lot 5
In Or Bk 1148 Pg 1212: Com At Sw Cor
Sec 26-18-19,

Seller Letellier Ginger Sue Et Al
Buyer Collinsworth Michael D & Lisa
Price: $100000
Addr East County: 07542 E Ace Ct
Description: Pt Lonesome Unit 3 Unrec
Sub Lot 197: Coam At Nw Cor Of Swl/4'Of
Nwl/4 Of 27-18-20, Th S 89 Deg 58m Os E
AIN LnOfSwl/4 ,

Seller Meyer Frank & Geraldine
Buyer Coughlln Steven & Windy
Price: $3000
Addr: East County: 02813 E Oakton St
Description: Tanglewood Lot 57 & W 20 Ft
Of N 20 Ft Of Lot 58

Seller Van Der Valk Development Inc
Buyer D B Homeshare Corporation
Price: $140000
Addr: East County: 04450 E Windmill Dr
Description: Lakeside Of Inverness A
Condominium Unit 107 Bldg 1 Title In
Or Bk 1307 Pg 262 Deci Of Condo In Or
Bk 1782 Pg 50-9

Seller: Van Der Valk Development Inc
Buyer D B Homeshare Corporation
Price: $140000
Addr: East County: 04450 E Windmill Dr
Description: Lakeside Of Inverness A
Condominium Unit 206 Bldg 1 Title In
Or Bk 1307 Pg 262 Decl Of Condo In Or
Bk 1782 Pg 50-

Seller Van Der Valk Development Inc
Buyer D B Homeshare Corporation
Price: $140000
Addr: East County: 04450 E WindmilliDr
Description: Lakeside Of Inverness A
Condominium Unit 106 Bldg 1 Title In Or
Bk 1307 Pg 262 & Decl Of Condo In Or Bk
1782 Pg 50-97

Seller Van Der ialk Development Inc
Buyer D B Homeshare Corporation
Price: $140000
Addr: East County: 04450 E Windmill Dr
Description: Lakeside Of Inverness A
Condominium Unit 207 Bldg 1









CLASSIFIED CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE




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Attractive Lady, 60,
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
SWM, 46, in shape
Average looks likes
outdoors, Nascar,
animals, seeking same
in SWF, HeightWeight
proportionate,
35-50? Children ok.
Inverness area, Brian,
(352) 653-0341
Woman that can
cook a little, clean a
little in exchange for,
room and board, and
other perks, In a nice
house. A modest week-
ly cash stipend could
also be included.
(352) 563-5237




[a** FREE SERVICE**
Cars/Trucks/Metal
Removed FREEL No title
OK 352-476-4392 Andy
Tax Deductible ReceiDt
2 ADORABLE SISTERS
4-6 mos. KITTENS
(352) 220-8543
34 book encyclopedia
Americana &
bookcase 637-3682
+ CASH PAID +
For Junk Cars & Trucks
(352) 860-2545
BLACK LAB
1 /2 YRS, Full blooded,
no papers, needs room
to run. Good with other
dogs. (352) 563-6337
COMMUNITY SERVICE
The Path Shelter is
available for people
who need to serve
their community
service.
(352) 527-6500 or
(352) 746-9084
Leave Message


Chow/Lab mix to good
home.
(352) 564-1121
FEMALE PITBULL PUPPY
Friendly, Housebroken
352-489-5778/438-7500
FREE
2 Chrome wheels,
15x10. Off Blazer.
(352) 465-6121
FREE GROUP
COUNSELING
Depression/ Anxiety
(352) 637-3196 or
628-3831
Free Jack Russell Mix,
female, lap dog,
house trained,
Free Cadillac Parts
F & R W/D, '80-'92
(352)465-6121
FREE REMOVAL OF
Mowers, motorcycles,
RV's.Cars. ATV's, Jet skis,
3 wheelers, 628-2084
FREE REMOVAL of riding
& push mowers or any-
thing to do w/small eng
352- 601-5277/726-4290
FREE REMOVAL
of unwanted househid
& garage sale items.
Call (352) 726-9500
GE STOVE
Reg. size, works fine
except 1 burner, you
pick up. (352) 628-5528
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
LITTER TRAINED KITTENS
Free to good home,
Inverness (352)560-0291



Lost Male Pug
"Willie"
In Homosassa area
around 10/23
(352) 628-5480


PART BENGAL CAT
1 yr. old, female; Vic.
Regal Lilly &
Wlndhaven. 10/24.
(352) 621-7773
REWARDII
Black Cat, Extra toes,
Bev Hills Area
Female, Heartbroken
(352) 560-7087






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CAT ADOPTIONS


CAT ADOPTIONS
Humanitarians of
Florldas Manchester
House has kittens and
adult cats on site
and available for
adoption for the small
fee of $50.00. All are
spayed/neutered
and are up to date
on shots. All have
tested negative for
feline leukemia/aids.
We are located on
the Corner of Hwy. 44
and Conant Avenue
In Crystal River (1149
Conant Avenue)
For further Informa-
tion please stop by or
call 563-2370.


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

















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



KITTENS
KITTENS
KITTENS
Medium, Short Hair,
Bluepoint Siamese,
Whites, ITuxedos &
Hemmlngways.
All spayed or neu-
tered & Shots.
Sponsored by
Humane Society
BowWow
Boutique
5625 HWY 44
Crystal River
352-795-1684mm



REAL ESTATE CAREER
| Sales Lic. Class I
S$249. Start 11/28/06
CITRUS REAL ESTATE
SCHOOL, INC.
(352)795-0060 "
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Ultimate Holiday
Shopping Experiencel
No Crowded Mallsi
No Long LinesI
Sat. Nov. 4th 6-8PM
LOTS OF VENDORS

Gifts for Everyonel
Drawings & PrizesI
5434 S. Dede Terr.
Inv. Just 4.5 Miles from
Applebee'sl








www.adopta
rescued oet.com
View available pets
on our website or call
(352) 795-9550
Need help rehoming
a pet call us
Adoptive homes
available for small
dogs
Requested donations
are tax deductible

PET ADOPTIONS
Friday, Nov. 3
12pm 2pm
AmSouth Bank
Rts 44 & 486
Crystal River


MR CITRUS
COUNTY REALTY


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




Business Man wanting
to join hunting club.
Please call Frank
at 400-2108

ENGINEER SEEKS
Temporary or part time
technical opportunity.
Strong skills In mathe-
matics, chemistry,
environmental
regulation, project
organization & man-
agement, reliable per-
sonable (352) 795-0230




Fero Memorial Gardens
Mausoleum Crypt
Building-F Garden Side
Tandem for 2 $5,000
Pat 746-4646 or
Jan (352)613-0189




FT Chlldcare Needed
our home. Ref. bkgnd/
drug ck. 3 Children. Flex
hrs. Incl. wknds. Own
trans. (352) 795-9625
PRE SCHOOL
DIRECTOR
Directors Credentials
& Exp required.
Please send resume to
Citrus County Chronicle
Blind Box 1203-P
106W. Main St
Inverness Fl 34450




JOBS GALORE!!!
www.AAA
EMPLOYMENT.NET

Receptionist

For bus cab-
net
company
Word & Excel
knowledge a
must
Must be able
to
handle 5 line
phone sys-
tem
riendly with
positive
attitude
Fax Resume:
352-628-2786
or fill in appli-
cation
At Deem

3835 S.


Ave.
Homosassa

SECRETARY
(2 positions)
1 -Maintenance
Operations,
1-Road
Maintenance
Moderately difficult
secretarial work
performing extensive
clerical duties,
Maintains division
budget, keeps cost
records by project
number, answers
phones, takes
messages, directs
calls, assists the
general public.
Researches and
assembles
information, types
correspondence and
contracts, copies and
distributes
information.
Minimum one year's
experience
performing
secretarial/clerical
duties. Working
knowledge of the


$9.99 hourly.
Excell ent benefits.
Apply at the
Citrus County Human
Resource Office,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 178,
Lecanto, FL 34461
no later than Friday,
November 3, 2006.
EOE/ADA
A separate
application is
required for each po-
sition.


CAREGIVER/
ASSISTANT
* Lt. Housekeeping,
Laundry, Cookng &
Shopping.
* Have Depend. trans.
* Assist Dr. visits,
personal care, &
misc.duties.
* Time for schl/PT Job
* Must pass security &
bkgrnd. check
* Resume '"ci. job &
pBersonal ref.- It.






phone numbers.



riv. Apt. w/amenites
With Payl
FAX Personal Info &
resume 352-564-0733


HOUSEKEEPER
Pleasant conditions;
some light Ironing
required. 1 or 2 days
per wk Send reply to:n
Blind Box 1206P
Citrus County Chronicle




106 W. Main St.
Inverness, FL 34450






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LICENSED
PRACTICAL NURSE
(Full Time)
GREAT BENEFITS!!
Paid Vacation,
Holidays, Health
Insurance & 401K
Ready for a change?
The best kept secret
in nursing is In
Correctional Nursing.
Current FL LPN license
& valid drivers
license required.
To apply for a new
challenging career
visit our facility
M-F 8:30am-4:30pm
2604 W. Woodland
Ridge Dr
Lecanto, Fl 34461
To apply via Internet
www corrections
M/F/VET/HP
E.O.E. Drug Free
Workplace


A+ Healthcare
Specialists
Medicare Home
Health
*PRN RN's visit
Experience preferred
Excellent pay/Benefits
Call Robin for
more Info:
(352) 564-2700
rkeefer@atlantic net
Admin. Asst.-
Executive
Nature Coast EMS,
a private non-profit
ambulance
company, Is currently
accepting
applications for an
Administrative
Assistant- Executive
to perform any range
of administrative and
secretarial duties in
support of key
executives. 3+ years
experience,
advanced computer
skills tested.
$11.072 hourly.
For application,
contact
(352)637-4121
or visit
www.nature
coastems.org
EOE/DFWP

ADMISSIONS
COORDINATOR
Come join an exciting
team. Qualified
candidate should
have at least
one-year experience
In marketing/
sales/Insurance.
Medicare, Medicaid
and LTC experience
preferred. Computer
skills, high-energy
level, and ability to
multi-task a must.

Apply or fax resume:
Arbor Trail Rehab
and Skilled Nursing
Center
611 Turner Camp Rd
Inverness, FL 34453
Fax: 352-637-1921
EOE
CNA POSITION
Immediately Available
Care for elderly couple;
Personal care & light
housekeeping;
Attention to detail
Important. Male
technician preferred.
Excellent in-home work-
ing conditions; Resume,
references & back-
ground check required.
inverness area, Shift
work, $10/hr. Contact
Jeanie (352) 212-4809
r - -A-
* CNA/
ACTIVITY
ASSt.
Needs to have good
communication &
I documentation skills. I
+ Apply at
Cypress Cove
Care Center
(352) 795-8832



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Other Opportunities:
Laboratory Supervisor (Blood Bank)
Medical Transcriptionist (per diem)
Ed Tech/Paradedic (per diem)
PCA (per diem)
Unit Secretary (per diem)

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@srrmc.hma-corp.com tsLa
Web Site: www.srrmc.com '^"4
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HOSPI Cr

Join our team
of caring
professionals

Full Time
Children's
Social Worker
40 flexible hours/wk.
Bachelor's-Degree
req. Social Work or
related field
Min. 2 yrs, related
exp. required

PT Admissions
RN 3 days/wk

Hospice
House
7p-7a RN
Wknds FT

CNA's
7a 7p Wknds
House & Unit

PRN Staff
Needed
RN's, LPN's &
CNA's

Apply Today
Telephone:
352.527.2020
Fax: 352.527.9366
Ithacher@hosoliceof
citruscountv org
Hospice of Citrus'
County
P.O. Box .641270
Beverly Hills, FI 34464
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COOK
Part Time
AM and PM shift.
New wage scale
Skills a must!
Apply at:
Barrington Place
2341 W. Norvell Bryant
Lecanto, FI



DIALYSIS
Fresenlus 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


F/T OTR/COTAI

Competitive
Salaries/Benefits'"
package. Apply In
person Cypress Coy
SCare Center 700 SE
8th Ave. Crystal River
EEO/DFWP


Family
Advocate
the Centers
is seeking Family
Advocates for Lake,
Sumter, Hernando &
Citrus Counties.
Duties Include worl-
Ing with families in ttle
home on parenting
skills & linking to
services. Bachelors
and Associates level
positions available
Experience requjeq,.
Please submit salary
req. Full benefltsipkg
DFWP/EOE Fax-o r'
e-mail resume tdfIr,
the Centers, Inc.',.
(352) 291-5580,"
lobs@thq~entert.us
For more into visit
www.thecenter* us


Front Office
Coordinator-
Citrus Countm

TLC Rehab &'
Aquatics Inc.,
leader in the -
Rehabilitative servi.ps
industry is acceptit
resumes and-,A
applications for aWdll

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consideration fl.
TLC Rehab &i
Aquatics Inc
Attn- Mike Cart.'
Fax 352-382-0212
Phone: 352-382-7147
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IMMEDIATE OPENNdS
INVERNESS AREA
MEDICAL
RECORDS CLERKS
Filing, scanning, -
document prep. MuLt
be able to workfile
hours & weekendsI
.?'
MEDICAL :
TRANSCRIPTIONIST
Flex hrs. between
8:30 am 8:30 pqlT
Radiology transcript
Exp. a +
Fax resume to:
(352) 237-6303
E-Mail: KS2066
@kellvserices.com



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EMERGENCY ROOM RN OPEN HOUSE
Wednesday, November 8th
lOam-3pm

Emergency Department*4
11375 Cortez Boulevard
Brooksville,FL 34613
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* Free Gifts For All Attendees Refreshments i
* On-Ste Interviews

DOUBLE-DIGITPAY INCREASES +
NEWPRNRATES+
IMPROVED NIGHT/WEEKEND DIFFERENTIALS!


PleaseRSVPto Rhonda at 628-441 ext.3019 v
by November 6th.
Apply Online:www.oakhillhospital.com
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Satrday, Dcember 2, 8pm

Meet & Greet Reception 7pm


The Art Center Theater

2644 N. Annapolis Ave. (& Rt. 486)

Hernando. Florida (Citrus County)

$15. Students $12

Order tickets at ldi1!

www.richardgllewitz.com ;

Box Office Tues-Sun.


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Front & Back
Office Help

Medical Practice
looking for front &
back office help,
Apply to:
Citrus Co. Chronicle
Blind Box #1 126M
1624 N. Meadowcrest
Blvd., Crystal River,
Florida 34429

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


MEDICAL BILLING
SPECIALISTS
Therapy
Management
Corporation, a leader
in the
Rehabilitative
Services Industry has 2
full time positions for
Medical Billing
Specialists at our
Homosassa location.
Qualified
candidates will have
1-2+ yrs medical
billing exp., strong
data entry and good
communication skills.
TMC offers
competitive
compensation and
benefits including
medical, dental, life
and PTO.
Send resumes for
consideration to:


EARN AS YOU LEARN
CNA Test Prep/CPR
Continuing Education
341-2311/Cell 422-3656


LPN

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


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


***ATTENTION***


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


563-3282
68 000


TA/C Tune up w/ Free
j, +permanent filter +
IV termite/Pest Control
-Insp. w/ Free Termite
-monitors. Only $44.95
-fo; both.(352) 628-5700
caco36870
A4L TRADES Our clients
need your company to
contract their const.
work direct. Jim/Cus.
Service Rep. 220-8004





















eA TREE SURGEON
'{b.&lns. Exp'd friendly
Lowestrates Free
eimates,352-860-1452

AFFORDABLE
SA~ftAUUlNG CLEANUP, I
I|-PROMPT SERVICE |
-.Trash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Furn, Const, I
SCDebris & Garages |
'' 352-697-1126
A' Tractor & Dirt Service
Land Clearing. Tree Ser.
Hauling, Bushhogging
'iciiriveways 302-6955
^OLEMAN TREE SERVICE
Re'Tnoval & trim. Lic. Ins.
FREE EST. Lowest rates
guaranteed! 344-1102
DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
cHauling,Cleanup,
S-Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852
i i'$ Landscape & Expert
Ifepe Svce Personalized
! design. Cleanups &
SBbcat work. Fill/rock &
Sod: 352-563-0272.
-~FJM LLC Landscape,
'- Tractor & Tree Service.
Bushhog, debris clean
up- stump grinding, tree
trim, land clearing, any
slje job, 352-400-2790
JOHN MILL'S TREE
SE V., Trim, top, remove
F R Uc Acct 13732
S(352)341-5936
I&C Bob Cat Service
. T"e & brush removal,
Sad clearing. Free est.
S (352) 400-5340
"'.: PRECISION
STUMP GRINDING
MI 'lFast, Courteous &
ProfessionalP Q quality
stump removal @
Reasonable rates.
352-628-2559/400-5544
R WRIGHT TREE SERVICE,
tree removal, stump
grind, trim, lns.& Lic
s#0256879 352-341-6827
STUMPS FOR LE$$
Quote so cheap you
won't believe it!"

Tree Trimming, hauling,
land clearing, clean-
ups. Tractor Service
Concrete slabs &
masonry. 302-8999


'Affordable Computer'
Sales & Service @
"Affordable Prices"
(352) 564-0455
Blackbird Digital Design
Computer Repair.
On-site is Hourly,
Pick-Up is Flat Rate.
Call usl 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 5861728




VChris Satchell Painting
& Wallcovering.AII 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# I L&L HOUSEHOLD
REPAIRS. No job too
small! 7days wk. Lic
#3008. (352) 341-1440
All Phaze Construction
Quality painting & re-
pairs. Faux fin. #0255709
352-586-1026 637-3632
Always Ready Hauling,
light moving, power
washing & painting. Lic.
& Ins, (352) 522-0520
Cell (352) 220-9223
BARTLETT HOUSE
PAINTING INC.
Painting/ Press. CIng.
Free est. 628-2900
Butch Tobin
Interior/Exterior
30 years exp. Excel.
ref, (352) 464-4779
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
HOLIDAY TIME
Painting/Wallpapering
Int./Ext. For Estimate
Call Vic, (352) 795-5322
INTERIOR & EXTERIOR
PAINTING 25 yrs, exp.
of Painting and
Maintenance, License
Jimmy 352-212-9067


IN I EIIUK/Ei ~KRIUR
& 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
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 & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting, Tile Work,
Framing. 30 yrs, exp.
344-1952 CBC058263
Willie's Painting &
Pressure Cleaning
Great Rates! Uc. & Ins.
Credit Cards Accpt.
527-9088 or 634-2407




AffordcaieBoatMainI. &
Repair,
Mechanicd, Electridcal,
Rig. John (352) 746-4521
Affordable Boat Mani. &
Repar,
Mechanical, Eecticd,
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




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)


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




Depend. Mature Person
Run errands, pick up
medicines, take you to
appts. (352)287-1365
LOVING CAREGIVER
24 yrs. experience will
care for you In your
home. Lots of TLC!!
(352)547-9186
ERRAND PFRSON*
Too Busy??? Will run
errands for you! Refer.
352-563-6680/220-9161




Experienced Babysitter
w/ ref., Ages new born
to 4 yrs. old. All hours.
Call (352) 697-0174


VChris Satchell Painting
& Wallcovering.All work
2 full coats.25 yrs. Exp.
Exc. Ref. Lic#001721/
Ins. (352) 795-6533
WALLPAPERING
Sr. Disc. available. Lic.
(352) 746-7948




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
OME 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.,. Llc/
Ins. (352) 628-0993




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




Bergman Custom Int.
Design & Build. Drywall
Framing, Tile, Kitchens &
Baths. CBC058263 35 yrs
exp 352-302-3004
HANDYMAN REPAIRS
Homes & Mobiles,
Metal buildings,
also Fencing & Gates
Lic. 99990000005
Bo's (352) 628-4391




Additions/REMODELING
New construction
Bathrooms/Kitchens
Uc. & Ins. CBC 058484
(352) 344-1620
Bergman Custom Int.
Design & Build. Drywall
Framing, Tile, Kitchens &
Baths. CBC058263 35 yrs
exp 352-302-3004
Call Tacumsa
Contracting for quality
additions, remodels
& repairs. Free Estimates
CBC1253431
(352) 489-2581
ROGERS Construction
Additions, remodels,
new homes. Most
home repairs. 637-4373
CRC 1326872
W. F. GILLESPIE
Room Additions, New
Home Construction,
Baths & Kitchens
St. IUc. 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 INSTALLER
If you have the
screen for the house
on
MAE WEST WAY
Please Call 527-0560
Screen rms,Carports,
Vlnyt& acryllc .windows,.
roof overs & storm
panels, garage screen
doors, siding,
soffit fascia, Lic#2708
(352) 628-0562




Always Ready Hauling,
light moving, power
washing & painting. Lic.
& Ins. (352) 522-0520
Cell (352) 220-9223
AUGIE'S PRESSURE
Cleaning Quality
Work, Low Prices. FREE
Estimates: 220-2913
BARTLETT HOUSE
PAINTING INC.
Painting/ Press. Cing.
Free est. 628-2900

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. Uc#
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+ Mr. Fix Itl
We do all home repairs
Leaf clean-ups, Gutter
cleaning, pressure
washing, prof. painting,
220-9326/382-3647
Llc#99990255609
#1 A+TECHNOLOGIES
All home repairs. Also
Plasma TV's installed.
phone, cable Llc5863
(352) 746-0141
#1 HANDYMAN
ALL HOME REPAIR
PAINT/PAPER
POWER WASHING
Inverness 352-560-7536
10% Senior Discount
Free Estimates Lic 26975
#1 IN HOME REPAIRS,
paint, press.wash, clean
roof&gutters, Reliable,
#0169757 344-4409


E-I,
v CALL ME FOR Small
home repairs the big
contractors don't want.
I'll return your call. Lic#
25995 (352) 613-5427
A# 1 L&L HOUSEHOLD
REPAIRS. No job too
small! 7days wk. Lic
#3008. (352) 341-1440
AAA HOME REPAIRS
Maint & repair prob-
lems Swimming Pool
Rescreen99990000162
352-746-7395
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SAFFORDABLE
HAULING CLEANUP, I
| PROMPT SERVICE I
Trash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Furn, Const, I
Debris & Garages
352-697-1126

Andrew Joehl
Handyman. General
Maintenance/Repairs
Fr?-.'jr. ,r :lers 'g.
L. ..r.: 3ut r I I: job
rh, 6.. r. 1i11 P'ell ibe Ins
0256271352-465-9201
Handyman General
Services, Lic. 257178
Nuisance Wildlife
Trapping, Lic. NWT3244
Henry (352) 398-7251
HANDYMAN REPAIRS
Homes & Mobiles,
Metal buildings,
also Fencing & Gates
Lic. 99990000005
Bo's (352) 628-4391
Honey Do's Your
Honey's Don't Do, won't
do, don't have a clue
how to do. Make a list
have a budget.
Lic. 3957, 30yrs. exp.,
Jimmy 352-212-9067
Inside Out Handyman
Service, Inc. Your 1 stop
source for home maint.
& repair. #73490255654
Lie, Ins. 352-220-8136
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,
Frnminn q.n vro sen


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




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

S IFORDABLE,
I HAULING CLEANUP, I
| PROMPT SERVICE i
Trash, Trees, Brush,
Apple. Furn, Const, I
| Debris & Garages |
352-697-1126
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Always Ready, Hauling,
light moving, power
washing & painting. Lic.
& Ins. (352) 522-0520
(352) 220-9223
C.J.'S TRUCK/TRAILER
Low $$$/7 day serv
Furn., appi, trash, brush,
726-2264 201-1422
Furn. Moving / Hauling
Dependable & Exp.
LARRY
325-270-3589, 726-7022
J&J Moving & Hauling*
Clean Outs, Relocations
Odd Jobs, Yard Work
(352) 628-9370
M&C CLEAN UPS & BOB
CAT SERV Trash & Brush
removal, const. debris,
Free est. (352) 400-5340
P&M, Lic. and Insured.
Residential and
Commercial Clean-up
and junk removal. We
do all the work for you...
ci-b-i-.'.. ..> ,"',' e novall;
Call 352-236-7723 or
352-601-2484
WE MOVE SHEDSj
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
A Guaranteed
Same Day Free Est.
ROCKY'S FENCING 25
yrs exp.(352)563-6090
BARNYARD II FENCING
Since 1973. No job, to
big or small, for Free Est.
Sales or Install Avail.
Also check our Lark
Portable utility sheds. By
Far the Best in Fencing
& Utility Buildings.
(352) 726-9260
BEACH FENCE
Free est., Lic. #0258336
(352) 628-1190
813-763-3856 Cell
HANDYMAN REPAIRS
Homes & Mobiles,
Metal buildings,
also Fencing & Gates
Lic. 99990000005
n..,'.' I2C')G O5ASO


#1 in Service
Hise Roofing
New const. reroofs &
repairs. 25 yrs. exp. leak
spec. #CCC1327059
(352) 344-2442
Don't Let JUST Anyone
On Your Roof
CALL MULE
#CCC056828
(352) 563-3478
J. Vaughn Roofing Inc
New Roofs, Re-Roofs &
Repairs; 25 yrs exp
Ins/Lic CCC 1327365
(352) 795-6659


^-- Dirt

John Gordon Roofing FILL, ROCK, CLAY, ETC.
Reas. Rates. Free est. Proud to All tyoes of Dirt Service
Serve You. Call Mike 352-564-1411
ccc 1325492. Mobile 239-470-0572
795-7003/800-233-5358 All Tractor & Dirt Service
Professional Roof Sys. Land Clearing, Tree Ser.
New & Re-roofs, Repairs Hauling, Bushhogging
Uc/Ins RC0067139 Driveways 302-6955
(352) 564-1242 BUSHHOGGING, Rock,
dirt, tree, trash, drive-
ways. Call Sam Johnson
(352) 628-4743
D&C TRUCK & TRACTOR
MYRICK'S MARINE Const SERVICE, INC.
Docks Built & Repaired Landclearing, Hauling
Lic #2564 / Ins. & Grading. Fill Dirt,
(352) 341-4152 Rock, Top Soil & Mulch.
RIP RAP SEAWALLS & Lic. Ins.(352)302-7096
CONCRETE WORK FLIPS TRUCK & TRACTOR,
Lic#2699 & Insured. Landclearing, Truck &
(352)795-7085/302-0206 Tractor work. House
Pads, Rock, Sand, Clay,
Mulch & Topsoil.
You Need it, I'll Get It!
(352) 382-2253
Cell (352) 458-1023
All Tractor & Dirt Service VanDykes Backhoe
!.and Clearinr Tree Ser. Service,. I.,- e, ,, -.
1-i ulring, tuln- jogging -."r. L', :.,, .
Driveways 302-6955 Ditching (352) 302-7234
BIANCHI CONCRETE (352) 344-4288


LiP'eway-Patio- VValIKs.
Concrete Specialists.
Lic#2579 /Ins. 746-1004
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
Tree Trimming, hauling,
land clearing, clean-
ups. Tractor Service
Concrete slabs &
masonry. 302-8999



Additions/REMODELING
New construction
Bathrooms/Kitchens
Lic. & Ins. CBC 058484
(352) 344-1620
AFFORDABLE
I HAULING CLEANUP, I
| PROMPT SERVICE |
Trash, Trees, Brush,
I Appl. Furn, Const, I
SDebris & Garages
352-697-1126 E
Beautify Your Bathroom
Complete Remodeling.
American Plumbing,
Lic.cfc 033820 795-4177
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.
Lc/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


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



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




r FORDABLE
HAULING CLEANUP, I
PROMPT SERVICE i
Trash Trees Brush
Appl. Furn, Const, I
Debris & Garages |
352-697-1126 -
B's LAWN CARE
Senior Discount
Free est., Cutting, Trim,
Mulching(352) 400-5923


Bushes, Beds, Mulching,
Landscaping, Fall
Clean-up. Pres. Wash-
ing. Hauling. 726-9570
Complete Yard Care!!
Mulch, Trim, Plant,
Press. Wash & Hauling
John Hall Lawn Maint.
Lic + Ins. (352) 344-2429
DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Hauling,Cleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852




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

10-

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
& models. Lic. Anytime,
344-2556, Richard




*ERRAND PERSON*
Too Busy??? Will run
errands for you! Refer.
352-563-6680/220-9161
MR CITRUS
COUNTY REALTY








ALAN NUSSO
3.9% Listings
INVESTORS
BUYERS AGENT
BUSINESS BROKER
(352) 422-6956
ANUSSII O.r'Ct-OM&


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

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Guitar & Bass
Courses
misoublications coam


J.L.A.

Superior Maintenance

Residential & Commercial
Interior/Exterior Cleaning
& Painting
Power Washing
Lawn Care Windows
Gutters Home Repairs
Reasonable
S &Reliable

%A 270-3551


Starting is Important

Stopping is CRITICAL





WE DO

BRAKES!


Willie's
Painting & Pressure Cleaning
Pressure Cleaning
Sidewalks & Driveways
Roof Cleaning (Low Pressure)
o Window Cleaning
iic.# 203757 Pool Enclosures
INSURED o Soffits & Gutters

Painting (Inside-Outside)

an (352) 527-9088
Cell: (352) 634-2407


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LPN/MEDICAL
ASSISTANT
Experience needed.
Please send resume to
P.O. Box 3087
Homosassa Springs,
FL 34447
MEDICAL
SECRETARY
Front office help. Exp.
pref'd, Send resume to:
P.O. Box 640309
Beverly Hills, FL 34464
Medical Asst.

For busy surgical
practice. Exp. only.
Excel. salary
& benefits.
Respond to:
Citrus Chronicle
1624 N. Meadowcrest
Blvd. Blind box 1209m
Crystal River, FL 34429

MEDICAL
SECRETARY
F/T Exp. Only.
Fax Resume to:
352-726-8763





cire

at America
NURSES PRN
CNA'S FT
We offer excellent
pay and benefits in a
mission driven
environment.
Visit us at:
3325 W. Jerwayne
Lane, Lecanto FL
34461. EOE DFWP

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

Oral Surgery
Assistant

Surgical asst. for fast
paced oral surgery
office. Exp. a plus but
not required. Will
train. Must be willing
to take study course
for certification.
Benefit pkg. incl.
health insurance &
pension.
Send resume to
6129 W. Corporate
Oaks Dr. Crystal River,
FL 34429 or fax to
(352) 795-4609
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RNF/T7-3 I

Medicare Unit. I
Long term care
exp. required.
Shift differential.
Bonuses abundant.
Highest paid in
Citrus County.
Join our team,
Cypress Cove
Care Center
700 SE 8th Ave.
Crystal River
Call Laura or Janice
(352) 795-8832
L ----- m Jmi l
RN/LPN

Energetic RN/LPN for
busy surgical office.
Exp. only. Excel. salary
& benefits.
Respond to:
Citrus Chronicle
1624 N. Meadowcrest
Blvd. Blind box 1208m
Crystal River, FL 34429

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


Please apply online at:
www.citrusmh.com


OPTICIAN
Needed full time.
Excellent work
environment. Lic. not
necessary
Fax Resume
352-628-6377
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

Nurses
7-3 & 3-11
Flexible
Scheduling!

If you possess above
average skills, are
dedicated to the
higher standards of
elder care, good
documentation and
a genuine caring
attitude, we have a
place for you. We
offer a salary range
comparable to your
experience and
great benefits.

Crystal River Health
and Rehab Center
136 NE 12th Ave.
Crystal River, FL 34429
(352) 795-5044 HR/
Connie DFWP/EOE




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Chief Information

Bachelors degree
req'd;
Masters pref'd, in the
field of Computer
Science or Business
Administration
(with strong
background in
Management
Information Systems).
5 yrs of progressively
responsible exp &
demonstrated
competence in
computer systems
management,
information tech,
systems analysis &
design, systems
implementation &
upgrades, managing
a Help Desk & exp
with reporting
(including
dashboards) using
vendor provided tools
req'd. Exp in
supervision of
employees is req'd.
Open until filled.
Screening will begin
11/21/06.
Staff Assistant IV -
Institutional
Effectiveness:

High school diploma
or equivalent req'd.
Prefer secretarial or
Office Management
training beyond
secondary school
level, Associate
degree desired.
4 yrs of f/t
secretarl-
al/clerical/computer
and typing exp, in
progressively
responsible positions
required.
Close date 11/7/06

For add'l info visil
www.GoCFCC.com or
call (352) 873-5819.
Mail application & un-
official transcripts to:
CFCC-Afttn: H.R. Dept,
P.O. Box 1388, Ocala,
FL 34478-1388
CFCC is an EOE/AA &
DFWP Employer


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


Construction
Administration
Manager
Coordinates grant
acquisition program
for funding of capital
improvement
projects.
Coordinates, monitors
and evaluates work
and schedules of all
parties involved in
design and
development of
projects including
design consultants,
engineers,
contractors, and
construction
management team;
supervises and
monitors
development work in
progress. Requires
Bachelor's degree in
Civil Engineering,
Construction
Management,
Business or related
field. Must possess a
valid Florida Driver
License, Requires
over four years of
construction
management or
related experience.
Starting pay
$1,815.75 B/W.
Excellent benefits.
Apply at the
Citrus County Human
Resources Office,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 178,
Lecanto, FL 34461.
EOE/ADA


CONTRACT
SPECIALIST
Formulates and
prepares Requests
for Proposal for
Professional Services
and Invitations for Bid
for construction and
capital Improvement
contracts. Schedules
and participates in
pre-bid/proposal
conferences,
Professional Services
Review Committee
meetings and oral
presentations.
Reviews insurance,
bid bonds,
performance and
payment bonds to
ensure and verify
financial viability and
solvency of Insurers
and sureties,
Bachelor's degree in
Business or Public
Administration or a
closely related field
and two years
experience In the
preparation and/or
monitoring of
contracts Including
one year In the public
sector. Work
experience in related
field may be
substituted for the
required degree on
a year-for-year basis.
Starting pay
$1,429.27 B/W.
Excellent benefits.
Apply at the
Citrus County Human
Resources Office,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 178,
Lecanto, FIL 34461
no later than Friday,
November 17, 2006.
EOE/ADA


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


FT/PT LOAN REPS
MORTG. BROKERS
Want to make 3K to
10K a month? Call CD
Mortg. 352-400-1501 or
352-400-1057
Training classes starting

r .. -- CAREER
REAL ESTATE CAREER
Sales Lic. Class
$249. Start 11/28/06
CITRUS REAL ESTATE K
SCHOOL, INC. I
(352)795-0060


ZONING
OFFICIAL/ CODE
ENFORCEMENT
OFFICIAL TOWN
OF YANKEETOWN,
FLORIDA
The Town of
Yankeetown
is accepting
applications for an
experienced Zoning
and Code Enforce-
ment Official for part
time employment,
minimum 20 hours,
Additional hours
required depending
on workload.
Located in the south-
west corner of Levy
county on the
Withlacoochee River,
an outstanding
Florida waterway,
Yankeetown has a
population of 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






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MANAGEMENT
POSITIONS

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


*COOKS
*SERVERS
Exp, preferred. High
volume environment,
COACH'S Pub&Eaterv
114W. Main St., Inv.
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


ON THE SPOT
INTERVIEWS
Thurs., Nov. 2nd
9 AM 4 PM
ALL POSITIONS
AVAILABLEII
Competitive Pay
& Benefits!
Call for Directions
or Questions.
DUNNELLON
11232 N. Williams St.
Dunnellon, FL 34432
(352)489-4620



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EXP. SERVERS
Banquet experience
a plus. Apply in person
INVERNESS
Golf & Country Club
(352) 726-2583

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

P/T Bartender &
Beverage Server
Nights & Wknds.
Experience a plus.
Apply In person.
Manatee Lanes,
Crystal River DFWP
795-4546

VAN DER VALK
FINE DINING HIRING
* EXP BARTENDER
* EXP. WAIT STAFF
* RECEPTIONIST
Please Contact
(352) 637-1140






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, Mall-outs

CLASSES BEGIN SOONI
Call 352-726-8549



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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


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



r REAL ESTATE CAREER
SSales Lic. Class I
$249. Start 11/28/06
CITRUS REAL ESTATE I
SCHOOL, INC. I
L (352)795-0060


RETAIL SALES
With Bookkeeping Exp.
Send Resume to:
Blind Box # 1205 P
Citrus County Chronicle
106 W. Main St.
Inverness, FL 34450


SALES REP

Growing real estate
company looking for
special Sales Rep. to
work with out of town
guests. Salary/bonus/
expenses/benefits,
college preferred.
Fax Resume to:
(305) 818-1905



SALES/SAS SHOES

Available Immediate-
ly. Flexible hours, Part
time/Full-time position
for new retail shoe
store In Crystal River.
Competitive Salary.
Excellent working
conditions. 244 SE
Hwy. 19, Crystal River,
FL. Kingsbay Plaza,
352-795-4057
Send Resume
to PO Box 1120,
Lecanto, Fl. 34460


ZONING OFFICIAL/CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL
TOWN OF YANKEETOWN, FLORIDA


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


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CILASSIFEEnS


MAINTENANCE
SUPERVISOR
Ex'p person to supervise maintenance team.
Oversee & perform routine repairs, maintenance
of bidgs and grounds to include electrical,
plumbing, carpentry, heat/AC, etc.

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 11:15 pm
3:30 pm 12:15 am
Great benefits including BCBS health insurance
with $10 co-pay, 401K.

Apply within the *HR Dept.
1-352-341-4633
(TDD: 1-800-545."S'3 eXt 347) 'EOE' '


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

BOX BLADE
OPERATOR
Class A CDL required,
Must WANT to work,
(352)
400-2794

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

CARPENTER EXP'D
Must have tools &
transportation.
Accepting applications
Mon. & Tues. only!
6444 W. Homosassa Trl.
Homosassa
(352) 628-4211
Construction Help

Help wanted for house
remodeling/Demolition
(239) 253-8277
(239) 682-7563

Counter Top
and Cabinet
Fabrication Shop
Immediate Openingsl
O Skilled Laminator
o Laminator Trainee
" Skilled frameless
cabinet and
counter top builder
o Skilled cut person/
table saw operator
Experience with
plastic laminate, solid
surface fabrication,
chop saw, and/or
table saw helpful
for all positions.
(352) 400-0248 phone
rwicorp@yahoo.com

Diesel Mechanic

Shop in Wildwood
Florida needs
mechanic for
evening shift. Start at
$15.00 per hr. or more
for the right person.
Exp. on refrigeration
units a plus. Mon-Fri.
Full benefits,
Walbon & Co. Inc.
(352) 748-5500
ext. 224 or 232

DIESEL MECHANIC
NEEDED
ASE Certified
Call Mike at
(352) 748-7575,
between 8am-5pm.

DRIVER
Dump Truck/Transport
2 yrs. min. exp.
(352) 799-5724

DRIVERS

For fast growing
company. Class A or
B .Required.
Household moving
experience preferred.
Up $600 wk.
Contact
Dicks Moving Inc.
(352) 621-1220

DRIVERS-OTR
New Pay Packagel
$2000 Sign-On Bonus!
CDL-A, 2yrs exp,
DOT Physical/Drug
Screen.
Purdy Brothers
Trucking
800-745-7290


Digatal Reception'S aft Mkt path for advancement and career growth. We offer on th6 job.
tra~nng and a p, ortunity after just 6 months

Due to amazing comphin gro6Mth and expansion, we're opening a *NEW LEESBURG LOCATIO i. ,
and bringing OUTSTANDING technical opportunities *'wth us] '
Chaei k us out online at www.careersatdrs.com for more Info
We're now located at 425 Flatwoods Road ,'
(Look fa or thetejey Steemer building oe n SR 44 and turn South on Flatwoods Road.
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1-3 i26-29 80.
You may also call 352-323-8012
for more information.


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ELECTRICAL
Maronda Systems Is
seeking Electrical
Helpe or punch out
work, for the Ocala
Area. Must have own
truck and tools.
Top Pay and benefits
Please contact Ron @
(352)266-1802

ELECTRICIANS

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

Electricians
Journeymen and
Exp. Helpers
Needed for industrial
Fire Alarm Project in the
Crystal River area.
Exp. installing rigid
conduit & working on
Fire Alarm Systems
preferred.
Fax or E Mail Resume
to: Borrell Fire Sys. Inc.
4101 N, Florida Ave
Tampa, Florida 33609
Attn: Ed Jones
Fax #813-237-6565
borrellfire.com
DFWP/EOE
EXP. PLASTERERS
& LABOR & Lathers

Pay Top Dollar
Transportation
352 447-0352
EXPERIENCED
Stucco Plasterers &
Laborers
Needed ASAP
Excellent Company
Excellent Pay
Must have transporta-
tion. (352) 690-7268




HEAVY
EQUIPMENT
MECHANIC
Needed for Pospiech
Contracting.
(352) 726-3940

JOURNEYMAN
TRADESWORKER
Lead worker position
in a crew assigned to
perform skilled work in
the construction and
maintenance of
County facilities
and structures.
Responsibilities
include performing
skilled and
specialized tasks in
accordance with
standard practices of
the building trades.
Troubleshooting and
repairing HVAC and
chiller systems. Work
requires some
independent
judgement and
decisions. Graduation
from H.S or G.E.D
certificate.
Considerable
knowledge of use
and care of tools,
equipment and
materials of building
trades. Physical
dexterity, strength
and stamina
necessary to perform
required tasks.
Starting pay
$13.07 hourly.
Excellent benefits.
Apply at the
Office of Human
Resources,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 178,
Lecanto, FL 34461
no later than Friday,
November 3,2006.
EOE/ADA.


XT THE "HEART OF OUR COMMUNITY



OARING...FOR MANY

YEARS, IN MANY WAYS.

F,. dr.ir: '...' )I e .jI C-ru, .kr,.oir l H.-ilth .r,:m ha, t, n pr.-:.sdlng
quality care to the community. Although we're embracing the future
with innovative technology and an energetic atmosphere, we're still a
close-knit team who greets people by name. It's just our way.

* Emergency Department Manager
* CCU Manager

* RNs:
Critical Care Progressive Care
Emergency Department Cardiovascular
Med/Surg Neuro Telemetry
Ortho Home Health FT/PT/PRN
Surgery RNFA

* Patient Care Assistants/Technicians
* Clinical Supervisor Home Health
* Clinical Lab Scientists
(Assistants, Hematology/Blood Bank, Microbiology/Immunology, Histology)
* Therapists (Physical, Respiratory, Occupational, Speech)

* Staff Pharmacist

* EVS/Floor Care Technician

If you're looking for a friendly workplace where people truly
care, make yourself at home here. Af


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LANDSCAPE
Irrigation Installer

Wanted. Competitive
wages, Call 1-4 pm only.
(352) 527-6661
OTR Truck Drivers
The Largest Florida-
Based ReIrigerated
Trucking Co. Is seek-
ing the Best In Safety
and On-Time Delivery.
We Offer:
99% No Touch Freighll
High Miles!
Dedicated
Dispatchers
Top Pay. Benefits
Class-A-CDL
Required.
Call (800) 362-0159 or
Apply at
www LCTiobs coam
Sign On Bonusl
Call Nowl

r PLUMBERS
ONLY
I Experienced I
Rough Tubset Trim
Service.
If not don't aooly
S 621-7705

SERVICE PLUMBER
Must have exp. &
driver's license.
Accepting applications
between 9am 11am
Call Roto Rooter
Plumbing Service
(352) 621-1993
SHEET METAL
FABRICATOR
For Brooksville Roofing
Company. Top Pay
for experience.
352-596- 150
TOWER HAND
Starting at $9 00/hr
Bldg Communication
Towers. Travel, Good
Pay & Benefits. OT,
DFWP. Valid
Driver's License. Steady
Work. Will Train
352-694-8017 Mon-Fri
Truck/Equipment
Operator
CDL Class A req., Must
be willing to work.
(352) 400-2794
UTILITY PERSON

For truck trailer shop
in Wildwood, FL
Shift work, Forklift
Exp. Loading/
unloading, general
maintenance.
(352) 748-5500
ext. 224 or 232




CAREGIVERS

S&S Resource &
Services is seeking.
persons to work with
developmentally
disabled.
Call (352) 637-3635
CONVENIENCE
STORE CLERK
Experienced F/T or P/T
704 W. Main St.
Inverness
(352) 341-2957


MML
.p,, Trades
cn /Skills
IRRIGATION
TECHNICIAN
Must have
experience with
cornmnrcial and
resideet'al irrigation
gystems
Appfy in person
920 E Ray St.
Hernando I


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CUSTOMER SERVICE

CUSTOMER
SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVES,
Now HIringI
Enjoy talking on thei
phone and providing
outstanding,
professional
customer service?
Cingular has a plac4
for you In our Ocalt
Call Center.

Basic Qualifications:
*HS Diploma/GED
or equivalent
*At least 17 years
of age
*6 months experi-
ence operating a
computer in
Windows based
environment
*Availability to work a
flexible schedule
which includes all
hours of call center
operation
*Minimum 6 months
customer service or
call center
experience.

Excellent benefits
Starting Salary Range
$9.41-$12.50/hr

If you're ready to.
share your greatness,
call 866-344-JOBS
to prescreen for an
appointment or
apply at any
One Stop Workforce,
location. Walk-Ins
Welcome
Xcingular
fits you best
EOE i

S"HOUSEKEEPERS1+
I EXPERIENCED I
Must Have Auto
& Home Phone I
Mon-Frl 8-5,
Saturday 8-12
I Start b8 hr 'I
1 726-3812 81


Development
Review/Permifting
Specialist

Highly technical and
responsible work. I
Heavy public contadt
in person and via
phones. Excellent
customer service skills
required. Ability to i
interview, inform and
educate applicants
regarding federal.'
state, and local laws,
ordinances, codes,
policies and i
procedures. Familiar
with blueprints and '
numerous other
construction
documents.
Educates regarding
contractor licensing
and all phases of
construction
inspections as I
required. Graduation
from H.S or G.E.D I
certificate. Minimum
one year related i
experience. Working
knowledge of the I
Microsoft Office Suite
of Products.
Starting pay
$13.07 hourly.
Excellent benefits.
Apply at the
Citrus County Office
of Human Resources,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, 178, Lecanto,-L.
34461
no later than Friday,
November 3, 200.
EOE/ADA. ,


Increased pay rates and
competitive benefit package
for all F/T employees after 7
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)
*EOE*
679094










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

GOLF COURSE
MAINTENANCE
"FI/T avail. Med& Dntl,
401K. Join our team
Apply at
Black Diamond HR,
Rock Crusher RV Park,
275 So. Rock Crusher
Rd.., Crystal River. FL
EOE DFWP

JOBS GALORE!!!
www.AAA
EMPLOYMENT.NET
LAUNDRY RUNNER/
HOUSEMAN

Good Benefits
Apply in person at:
Best Western
Crystal River
MAINTENANCE/
SECURITY

Requires ability to work
hard, full time including
Saturday and Sunday.
Must be a team player
..pnd have valid driver's
: license. A Drug Free
Workplace and Equal
Opportunity Employer.
352-628-4656

PHONE REPS
NEEDED
Set your own Hours!
Set your own payratel
Exp. preferred
Call 352-628-0187
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r REAL ESTATE CAREER
S| Sales Lic. Class |
$249. Start 11/28/06
CITRUS REAL ESTATE I
S SCHOOL, INC.
L (352)795-0060

SERVICE
-WORKER PUBLIC
SERVICES

The City of Dunnellon
is accepting
applications for the
position of Service
Worker. Duties
include but are not
S limited to: tree
Trimming and
removal, road and
right of way repair
work, building repair
and maintenance,
lawn maintenance
and landscaping.
Eligible candidates
must have a valid
Florida Driver's
License.
Starting pay Is
S$9.17 per hour.
Applications and
job descriptions
are available at
Dunnellon City Hall
Building, 20750 River
Drive, Dunnellon,
Florida 34431.
e 352-465-8500.
DFWP./EOE.
Position will be open
until filled.

STUCCO HELP
NEEDED
CALL
,- 352-400-2585
TELEMARKETERS
"6irl/Boy Friday 30-40 hrs
per week, $15-$20 an
,hr. Start Immediately
Call & Fax Resume to:
S.Cory Adams Financial
(352) 795-9688

TIRE TECH
Experienced, Apply
Goulds Tire & Auto
Dunnellon
(352) 489-1444

WE BUY HOUSES
Ca$h........Fast !
352-637-2973
Ihomesold com


HOUSEKEEPING
Need part time help for
growing cleaning co.Must
be bonded. 212-0659
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

THE PERFECT
PART TIME JOB
Contract advertising
sales position.
Set your own hours,
days. Fun job!
Must have sales
experience, be
organized and
t :elf-motivated. Local,
Apstablished publishing
company needs you.
*Send your resume to:
dkamlot
chronicleoline coam
Or Fax to:
352-564-2935
















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REAL ESTATE CAREER
Sales Lic. Class I
$249. Start 11/28/06
CITRUS REAL ESTATE I
SCHOOL, INC.
S(352)795-0060
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HEAD TELLER
GTE Federal Credit
Union continues to
grow and seeks a
qualified Head Teller
to join our team! You
will be responsible for
ensuring consistent
operations In the
teller area while
maintaining a
professional, friendly,
and a team spirit
attitude. Provide
support and
supervision to tellers
and be responsible
for overall branch
balancing. 1-3 years
experience required.
We offer excellent
compensation and
industry-leading
benefits effective
your first day of
employment! Please
fax your resume to
(813) 414-7501 or
email to
resume@gtefcu.org.
Visit us online at
www gtefcu.org/
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20 X 25 X 9
Ambassador
Vertical Roof (2:12)
1- Roll-up Door,
2 Gable Vents,
4" CONCRETE SLAB
Installed-$9,984



25 X 30 X 9
Ambassador
Vertical Roof (2:12)
2- Roll-up Doors,
1 Walk-in Door,
2 Gable Vents,
I Window,
4" Concrete Slab;
Installed-$15,096
Meets 120 MPH
Wind Code
20 35' Wide
Unlimited Length
"Stamped" Fl
Engineered Plans
METAL SYSTEMS
PLUS, LLC
1-877-951-2300
www metalsvstems
+ Sales Tax & Co. Fees
ALL STEEL BUILDINGS



25x25x7 (2:12 Pitch)
1- 9x7 garage door,
2 vents,
4" concrete slab
INSTALLED-$10 595
30x30x9 (2:12 Pitch)
2-9x7 garage doors,
2 vents, entry door,
4" concrete slab.
INSTALLED-$15.995
25x30x9 (3:12 Pitch)
Roof Overhang
2-9x7 garage doors,
2 vents, entry door,
4" concrete slab
INSTALLED- $16 495
Many Sizes Avail.
We Custom Build
We Are The Factory
Fl. Engineered Plans
Meets or Exceeds
Florida Wind Code
METAL STRUCTURES
LLC.COM
1-866-624-9100
metalstructuresllc com
BUYER BEWARE
*Liability and Workers'
Comp on Installers
*Florida "Stamped"
Engineered drawings
*Permit Service
We pull your permit
*Meets or exceeds
Florida Wind code.
* We can say yes to
the above. Can our
ommnpetitnr?**


, 30x30x9
(3) 8x7 Rollup door
1' Eave, Soffit & fascia
Concrete slab w/
footers. $23,950.00
, 25x50 encl. steel
bldg(2) 8x7 Rollup
doors(1) Entry dr.
Install on your
surface $14,749.00
, 20x21x7 2cg, (1)
16x7 Sectional rollup
(1) entry dr, (1) window
Concrete slab w/
footers $8,949.00
1-877-880-5808
We are state licensed
Contractor Lic.
#CGC347


WE MOVE SHEDS
3A.-37-6A607


nIIIiquU Q4pt. DBoUlUUII
Set, 1940's, Full sz. bed
w/ boxspring, very
good cond. $350.
(352) 746-0502
Antiques/Collectibles
Buy/Sell/Auction
Tues-Frl 10-5 Sot 10-2
811 SE Hwy 19
Cr. River
Aul593/AB 1131
(352) 795-2061
WE BUY ORIENTAL RUGS
Old Costume Jewelry
Call anytime
(352) 341-0787
WE BUY ORIENTAL RUGS
Old Costume Jewelry
Call anytime
(352) 341-0787




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




Hydro Spa, Mark III
seats 5, 50 water jets 10
air Jets, 2 pumps, cover,
1 yr. old cost $7,000. will
sell $3,500. vou remove


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

ALL APPLIANCES
All in Stock, Full Warr.
Stainless Wk Specials.
Buy/Sell 352-464-4321
Bedroom Set, 7 pc,,
stone & wood, queen,
platform bed, w/ matt.
headbrd., night stands,
dresser, mirror &
armoire $650.
Entertainment Center
$30. (352) 586-6920
DRYER
Full size. Exc. cond.
Like new.
$150
(352) 697-5252
Emerson Turntable
Microwave 75 cu. ft.
woodgrain cabinet.
$25. Bravefti Toaster
Oven Broiler Rotisserie
$25. (352) 563-2538
GE FREEZER
20 cu. ft. Frostfree,
Upright, 4 years old.
Exc. cond. $200, firm.
(352) 220-6019
GE REFRIGERATOR
Side by side, ice &
water In door, white,
3-yrs old 20 cu.ft. $400
GE Micro. 1100 watt,
above stove, white,
$100 344-9141
KENMORE
REFRIGERATOR, like
new, frost free with
icemaker, $150
(352) 522-0548
Kenmore Washer H/D
& Dryer elec.,, $800.
less than 1 yr old.
Kenmore Grill w/ side
burner $100.
(352) 586-6920
LARGE BLACK
side by side refrigerator
good condition, $175
(352) 795-8863
REFRIGERATOR
Stainless Steel Frigidaire
20.6 cu. ft. Top Freezer
Refrigerator.
Never used. $600.
352-303-2230
Stove, Restaurant
Flat grill, dbl. oven. 6
burners. $750 obo
(352) 628-0545
(407) 342-5241
WASHER & DRYER
Whirlpool HD & GE HD,
Lg. Capacity. Works
great $150/pr.
(352) 208-9494
Washing Machine,
Amana, Heavy Duty,
$75.
(352) 344-1246
Whirlpool Dryer
$65 Cash
(352) 344-2752


OVAL CONFERENCE
TABLE (Tabletop only)
Gray w/blk. trim $200;
SHELVING FIXTURES
(Display) $125
(352) 746-2892




4 DRAWER RED METAL
TOOL CABINET
$30; NEW CRAFTSMAN
METAL WORKBENCH
W/Steel Top $75
(352) 344-4883
8" CRAFTSMAN TABLE
SAW $100;
10" 2 hp. CRAFTSMAN
TABLE SAW $125
(352) 344-4883
Craftsman
5/8, Sabre Saw
$5.00
Senco 5/8 1" Pin Gun
$5.00
(352) 697-1200


Craftsman Jig Saw
$5.00
Haubold Pneumatic
staple gun
$20.00
(352) 697-1200
Dust Collector, Delta
50-850, 115volt, I'h2HP
1200cfm, many fitting &
hose clamps & brack-
ets, $275,(352) 746-7425
JET 6" JOINER
$275
(352) 795-2682
Rockwell Trim Router
$10.00
Craftsman Scroller Saw
$10.00
(352) 697-1200
Snap On Straight &
universal socket set.
$100.00
(352) 795-2657
WOOD LATHE
Nova 3,000 w/1.5 hp
motor, stand, outrigger.
Asking $800;
Craftsman Drill Press $75
(352) 795-2682




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, 352-212-4122
Interior/Exterior doors
Interior Prehungs: $35
Exterior Prehung 6
Panels: $85. Mirrors $10.
Next to Citrus County
Speed way
(352) 637-6500
Tan Vinyl Soffit 60
pieces. $140.00
(3) Vinyl replacement
windows $225.00
(352) 637-5171


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2 SVGA Monitors, $20
each. Microsoft force
feedback joy stick, $50
(352) 726-3856
35 MM CAMERA
Canon, EOS Rebel,
28-90 Lens, soft case,
UV filter, polarizing filter,
Vivitar flash, batt. &
neck strap. Like new!
$125 firm 352-726-5249
Blackbird Digital Design
COMPUTER REPAIR
On-site 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
NINTENDO GAME CUBE
10 games, xtra control-
ler, mem. card. was
$400. now $210.
352-302-8673
X-BOX 360
Live Prem. package,
wireless remote &
head set, 20 Gig hard
drive, 4 games, $400
(352) 601-5308



(2) RETIRED ELECTRICAL
SPOOLS (6' Diameter)
Wood $100 both.;
(3) HEAVY METAL
OFFICE DESKS $190/set
(352) 344-4883
2 PERSON HAMMOCK
Two person hammock
w/ stand, $60 firm.
Proform treadmill $100
(352) 860-0444
Patio single seat glider
chair, $25
Halogen lamp, $5.
(352) 726-9498
PATIO TABLE
5' Glass Top w/4
padded chairs.
Exc. Cond. $100
/3C2 139 2trntz


2 Media cabinets,
$10 ea.
Outdoor speakers,
$20 both.
(352) 527-1211
2 OAK END TABLES
$125
OAK CABINET W/GLASS
DOORS $50
All for $160
(352) 746-6144
2 RECLINERS
Like new; Thomasvllle &
Euro Swivel Rocker
w/ottoman. Cost $1200
each, sell $295, each.
(352) 746-7992
2 Tea Tables,
Antique white, round
Beveled glass,
removable tray tops,
$300 for pair OBO,
(352) 527-1656
2 TWIN BEDS
w/mattresses, springs, &
headboards, Like new.
$200;
LEATHER OFFICE CHAIR,
like new, $75.
(352) 621-4973
2 walnut book shelves,
$25 ea. Drum table,
cherrywood, $15.
Olympus transcription
machine, $35 (352)
726-9498
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
4 Poster Complete Bed,
bx. spring & mattress,
$100.
(352) 628-4766
Antique 4pc. Bedroom
Set, 1940's, Full sz. bed
w/ boxsprlng. very
good cond. $350.
(352) 746-0502


Antique Bench
3 seater, $75/obo
(352) 746-7992
ANTIQUE CLAWED
BALL TABLE
Clawed ball feet oak
pedestal table with
expansion leaf. $250
firm. (352) 382-1515
ARM CHAIR
Off-white, swivel $75;
GLASS/BRASS Coffee
Table & End Table
$85 Like newlI
(352) 746-4640
Bamboo
coffee & end table,
glass top, $135
White ceramic floor
lamp & matching Table
lamp, $45 726-9498
BEAUTIFUL. NEARLY NEW
too large for the room.
Sofa & loveseat,
$1,200
(352) 726-0454
BEDROOM SET
Armoire, Trpl Drssr, 2
end tables & mirrors.
$280; GIRL'S BR SET by
Dixie Dbl drssr, armoire,
1 end table & mirror,
$300.(352)746-2892
Bedroom Set,
full/queen, triple dresser
mirror, tall bureau,
1 night stand, solid oak
wood. $500.obo after 4
(352) 489-2806
BEDROOM SET, queen
bed, w/headboard &
frame, wood grain
formica, triple dresser,
chest, 2 night stands
$350 obo (352)
860-0334 or 228-7105
BEDS .:. 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.-Fri. 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
Bunk Bed Red metal
with full size bottom.
Matt. incl.
Excel shape $300.
Treadmill Digital $75.00
(352) 613-2393
Coffee & End Tables,
light oak finish, $75.
(352) 212-0579
COUCH AND LOVE
SEAT,
Flex Steel. $200.
(352) 382-7454
Couch, 80" with
matching 60" loveseat -
green $80.00 Computer
desk 47" long x 24"
deep $30.00
(352) 637-5171
Couch, beige micro-
fiber, Broyhill, $100.
Recliner, Burgundy,
leather, by Berkllne
$100. Like new
(352) 601-2384
DAYBED
Arch back; White
w/gold. Was $1,200;
Now $350; 3 PC.COFFEE
TABLE SET, Glss Top, Blk
w/gld $75 746-2892
Denim striped ottoman,
$60.
White queen metal
Mickey bed,
$100.
352 527-1211
Dining Room Set Lg.
w/beautiful lighted
china cabinet "Imperial
Dynasty". Hardwood &
glass. Orig. $3000 sale
$950. Dunnellon
(352) 465-7559
DINING ROOM SET
70" Oval, 36" Center
w/leaf, blond wood.
Hutch: 17 X 28 base,
glass top 50" High.
lighted, 45" W. $60
SOFA & CHAIR
Sofa 80" X 36" Off white
leather. Chair 49" X 40",
White fabric. $40
(352) 628-4115


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DINING ROOM SET
Broyhill Fontana w/lg.
lighted china hutch.
$650
(352) 270-3332
DINING ROOM TABLE
(Formal) Walnut w/3
leaves, pads & 6 Newly
uphol. chairs. $250 obo;
(352) 382-4223
FUTON, very luxurious,
oak wood, good cond,,
$200. TRUNDLE BEDS,
heavy duty, good
cond,, $200
(352) 795-8863
GLASS & RATAAN TABLE
41 x 41, w/4 Chairs,
mauve uphol. $250;
3 PC. Glass Top LR SET
Heavy Bevelled Glass,
BIk Iron Frame $300 obo
(352) 628-5449
Glasstop Table w/ ped-
estal 4 chairs,
$120.
2 Pole Lamps
$15 ea.
(352) 344-2615
Howard Miller
Grandfather Clock
cost new $1,500.
Asking $500.
Light Oak Desk & Chair
$275. (352) 344-5599
King Sz. Bedroom Set,
$175. obo
352- 464-2901
Kitchen Table & 4 chairs
$100.
2 Bar Stools
$20. ea.
(352) 382-3003
Kitchen Table with 4
chairs. 2 piece hutch.
Hard wood natural with
white legs. Like new
cond. $275.00 for all
(352) 621-5322
WE BUY ESTATES *
CASH PAID, Fine Furn.
Antiques & Collectibles
(954) 854-2364
Leather Chair
w/ottoman, Dark Beige
$100.
(352) 382-2318
Lg. rattan dbl. curio with
vanity/mirror & night-
stand. $200.00
Twin beds (2), wood
spindle w/boxspring &
matt. $100. 621-0651
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
Maple coffee table,
$50.
3 fl. lamps Torchiere,
$30. ea..
(352) 527-1211
MATCHING COUCH &
RECLINER Brown
Corduroy, $150.
(352) 621-4973
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
Qu/King Headboard
w/frame, 2 nightstnds.
Dresser, mirror, media
cabinet, beige marble
formica, $250. Also Sofa
tbl. Med. oak w/glass
$25. (352) 341-2424
Rattan Couch, extra
wide chair, glass top
coffee table, call be-
fore 9am good cond.
$200.
(352) 794-7214
Sectional, New This
Year, Sage green,
micro fiber, w/ chase
lounge & 2 recliners pd.
$1,899. new,
Price $1,250. firm
Patio furniturne, pipe
turn, table w/ 4 chairs, 2
recliners w/ ottoman,
love seat, coffee, end
table & two lamps,
$300.(352) 341-1141
Sleep Sofa and
Matching Chair,
like new, neutral colors
w/ a little green. 3 Ig.
matching pillows w/
palm trees. Asking
$400. (352) 382-2615


ROCKER RECLINER
Large Burgundy
Like Newl $100
(352) 382-9063
Sofa & Love Seat.
LayZ Boy reclining,
leather, teal, Exc
Cond.Orig. $3500
Asking $1700.
4 Vinvl Upholstered bar
stools, like coral, $100.
Ex Cond 352-746-3007
SOFA & LOVESEAT
Leather, Cinnamon
tone, 1 year new,
perfect. $1200.
(352) 344-5517
SOFA TABLE
& BOOKCASES
Oak SOFA TABLE $150;
3 Book Cases $20/set
(352) 795-0625
SOFA, LOVESEAT,
$350.
(352) 795-2437,
after 6p.m.
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
Trundle Bunk Beds,
cost $1,200 new.
asking $150.
Antique Maple Dresser
$75.
(352) 560-3031
Twin Beds w/ box
springs & Matt. (almost
new) bureau, night
stand, mirror, lamp,
bedspreads & curtains
(All Fl. Style)
Everything for just $425.
Call (352) 382-1154
MR CITRUS
COUNTY REALTY


AWL





ALAN NUSSO
3.9% Listings
INVESTORS
BUYERS AGENT
BUSINESS BROKER
(352) 422-6956
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FREE REMOVAL OF
Mowers, motorcycles,
RV's, Cars. ATV's, jet skis,
3 wheelers. 628-2084
LESCO COMMERCIAL
walk behind mower. 48"
cut. Belt drive. 14HP,
Needs repair. $350
(352) 628-0308, after 5
Master Cut
Riding Mower,
42" deck, B&S motor
$400. (352) 746-7357
MURRAY SELECT
Wide body LT Riding
Mower. 42" Blade, 16.5
hp, Great Shape! $500
(352) 382-5900
TORO LAWNMOWER,
bagger, elec. start,
6-1/2HP, like new, $165
(352) 860-0288
WANTED
12HP Briggs &
Stratton Engine.
(352) 476-1525




4 shelf portable
greenhouse. Clay
orchid pots. Humidity
trays. 30.00
(352) 746-0488
Artificial Plant
Verigated,
$35.
352 527-1211
MEXICAN PETUNIAS
1 Dz, Gallon Pots $30
Extremely Sturdy
w/blooms all summer
long (352) 344-4883


5 Piece Bedroom set
w/ king bed matress,
$150. Power Lift Chair,
$200. Shower seat &
Walker, $20 each.
Bedside commode,
$25, (352) 344-5475




"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
75 VHS TAPES Star Trek
The Next Generation
(Columbia House
Collector's Edition)
good cond., $300
(352) 726-8295

2006

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




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



(352) 563-5966
(352) 726-1441

27" JVC TV
$75.
Tiffany Table Lamp
$100.
(352) 344-5599
BEAUTIFUL ORIENTAL
RUG, room size,
$400 or best offer
(352) 795-1865
Camera,
Kodak Easy Share with
printer. Excel cond.
$325.00
(352) 527-3321


OCTOBER 29, 2006 ID


BEVERLY HILLS
Fri.- Sun. 8-?
6760 Hwy. 491 Lot 9
BEVERLY HILLS
Sat. & Sun. 8-3
3 James Ct.
INVERNESS
Movie Gallery
Last weekendSale
Buy 2 Get One Free
Pre Played Games.
INVERNESS
Yard Sale/Open House
Sat./Sun. 8 -3, 212-0100
715 Baoboa Street




LADIES DESIGNER
Long Sweater Coat
$25; MEN'S 2 PC. Light-
weight Designer Wool
Suit $45.Both like newl
(352) 726-0040


Glass, suitable for
display $1300/ea
All 4/$350
(352) 465-7754 Iv. mes.



Electronic Hospital Bed
cost $1,100., Very good
cond. like new
Asking $300.
(352) 464-1513
(352) 382-2662


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Chipper Shredder MTD
10HP $260.
Air compressor,
new In box $75.
(352) 527-4319
DRAPES
Custom pleated scal-
loped. 20'. Blue w/wht
side panels. $300
Ultra-Glide Exercise
Machine $150 obo.
(352) 746-2892
ECHO CHAINSAW
never started, model
CS520, 2 blades, asking
$300 (352) 527-7971
ELECTRONIC TEST
EQUIPMENT
Vintage Laboratory &
Military Equipment.
Great for your Ham
Shack or for Old Time
Collectors For list:
(352) 795-8085
ENTERTAINMENT/
Storage cabinet,
70" H, x38x24, $55
Polaroid camera,
hardly used, $35
(352) 726-2566
Fence, 100' with
10 steel posts.
Sell $65.00/$128. new.
Penn Rod & Reel $75.
(352) 621-0651
FENDER GUITAR model
F65, In case, $285.
Old Combination Post
Office Fronts, $6 ea
(352) 637-5250
GIRL'S CLOTHES
Sz 4 6, winter &
summer, $75. Gerber
Electric Bottle Sterilizer
$35. All in good cond
(352) 341-6920
Inversion Table
never used
$125.
(352) 341-0213
Nautilus Abdominal
Machine
w/ adjustable tension.
$99.
(352) 795-7764
ORIG. OIL PAINTINGS,
good prices. Variable
subjects & sizes
(352) 644-1157
PVC Table & 6 chairs,
w/cushions, $100.
Recumbent Excer. Bike,
$100.
352 527-1211
SALON EQUIP.
(2) Tanning Beds
$2,000 OBO/Both
(352) 795-5257
Sile Stone Island
Countertop, 2634X75
"Minerva Creme"
paid $700+ Sell $175.
(352) 563-6314
SOD- ALL VARIETIES
cut outs & new homes.
Installed & Rolled
(352) 637-5825
Steel 40 al. Gas Tank
(3) 10' x 20' Canopies,
Frame Only, $20.ea
(352) 621-4607
TWIN BED, nearly new,
excellent mattress, $100
Bicycle, Approach
Diamond Back, 21
speed, excellent, $100
(352) 637-5250
WATER FILTRATION
SYSTEM
Reverse Osmosis;
used 3 mos. $100
(352) 628-5449.
WE BUY ORIENTAL RUGS
Old Costume Jewelry
Call anytime
(352) 341-0787
WINDSURFER
12' O'Brien, complete
W/1." 'nt"- f- -


NORDIC TRAC
TREADMILL C-2300
Moving! Pd. $900
Asking $700 (9 mos. old)
(352) 228-9278
Pool Table, Legacy,
Camel hair, 2 chairs.
Like new. $1250.00
(352) 527-4255
SKS Riffle
$150.
12 Gage Shot Gun
$150.
(352) 489-4493


I lAIMiIC


In I' IVIL IvYvay


Junk today

U 0 lA


Treasure tomorrow.


I This message brought to you by the

Division of Solid Waste Management
527-7670 and TDD Telephone 527-5303
email: landfillinfo@bocc.citrus.fl.us


Instead of donating that broken, run down TV, sofa, or table and chairs to

the many nonprofit thrift stores and agencies across Citrus County, why

not take it to the landfill. It's free! For residential self-haulers.


Your good quality donations help fund these agencies and make these items available to

those less fortunate than you. Donations made after hours hurt more than help.



Don't make them pay to haul off your old junk.


Annie Johnson Thrift Stores 465-7957

Habitat Home Store 341-1800

Hospice of Citrus County Thrift & Gift Store 341-2220

Key Training Center Thrift Stores 726-0271

Florida Sheriff's Youth Ranches 795-8886

Citrus United Basket 344-2242

The Path of Citrus County Inc. 527-6500

Humanitarians of Florida 563-2370 563-2311

Citrus County Family Resource Center 344-1001

The Salvation Army 341-2448 cacceto verify
acceptable items.


Engineered

Trusses

Trenton, Florida

1-800-823-9298


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Electric Lift for
Scooter
$100.
(352) 628-6647
EM RASCAL SCOOTER
$250.00
PRIDE LEGEND
$450.00
(352) 628-9625
HOVERROUND
Motorized Wheelchair
Barely used $800 OBO
(352) 621-5588
Queen Size Magnetic
Mattress Pad
High quality 2" magnet
spacing, Magnetic
therapy for back pain,
fibromyalgia, arthritis,
back pain etc. $250.
(352) 527-6709




DRUMMER NEEDED
Classic Rock/Blues
Band Call Ron
at (352) 228-3239
Drums. Junior set of 3
with cymbals $75.00
Karoke machine. Dbl.
cassette/radio. $75.00
(352) 613-2393
ELECTRIC GUITAR
STAGG
W/case; Never used,
$300 OBO
(352) 726-1526
GULBRANSEN
President Organ
$100 (352) 344-5710




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




Treadmill, elec./ digital.
Only $50.00
Gazell excersizer
$30.00
(352) 637-5171




7 Antique Penn Fishing
Reels for sale.
Exc. cond.
$125 takes it all.
(352) 382-2899
BODYFIT
AEROBIC STEPPER
digital monitor, adj.
resistance. Exc. cond.
$75.
(352) 527-3995
CAMPING EQUIPMENT
Tent, Coleman Tailgate
grill, Netted dining tent.
includes, misc. equip.
$200. (352)344-5517
ELECTRIC TREADMILL
Pro-Form 595LE
Power incline +
monitors $90
(352) 344-4883
EXERCISE BIKE
Handles move; wheel
fan. $65.
(352) 382-2318
Glock 9mm
3 high capacity mags,
w/holster, in box, $450.
(352) 564-1564

Custom
Golf Carts
Included Camo
& Many Colors
& Styles

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CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHROMeldE


12D SUNlDAY OCTOB1R2 29, 2006


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WE BUY GUNS
On site Gun Smithing
(352) 726-5238
WILSON GOLF CLUBS,
complete set, graphite
shaft, RH, 4 drivers with
putter & bag, $99
(352) 860-0288
YAMAHA
Electric Golf Cart,
w/charger & fiberglass
top. $900.
(352) 527-0024

utlty-


6.5' X 10'HEAVY DUTY
UTILITY TRAILER
1-ton + capacity $450
obo 352-628-7875
2002 CARGO PRO
Fully enclosed, all alum.
used very little, exc.
cond. $2700.
(352) 489-4495
FACTORY DIRE T
5X8 $695 w/ad $650
5X10 $750 w/ad $695
PARTS, SERVICE. TRADES
EZ Pull Trailers 400-1430
6532 HWY 44, Crys. Rvr.

Utility &
Enclosed
Trailers
From 4x6 to 8.5x24
IN STOCK!


Utility Trailer
Good Condition
Asking $275.
(352) 637-1894




CASH for Dish
Network satellite TV
equipment.
Will pick up.
352-344-0624
I Buy ALL Types
Of Tools
And Equipment
Call (352) 634-0171
WE BUY ESTATES *
CASH PAID, Fine Furn.
Antiques & Collectibles
(954) 854-2364
WANTED
10x 20
Portable car port.
(352) 621-0602
WE BUY
US COINS & CURRENCY
(352) 628-0477




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.
3/4 Chihuahua Mix
Puppies
$100. oba
(352) 563-0627
AKC YORKIE PUP
Male, 6 wks old. Taking
deposit. 352-628-6914
AUSTRALIAN CATTLE
DOGS, Heelers, AKC
Reg. 1st shots, health
certificates & much
more. $400-$450 ea.
(352) 215-1930
Australian Shepherd
Pup., ready 11/1, Male
& Fem. Blue eyes,
(352) 563-9886
Bird Cage,
new in box ,36" x 65",
$186
(352) 586-2590
CHOCOLATE LAB
PUPPIES, Showmanship
background, beautiful,
(352) 586-2590
FREE LOVING CAT
Male, neutered or/wh tab-
by, indoor only. 4yrs old,
special food;
765-532-2629
Humanitarians
of Florida
Low Cost Spay &
Neuter by Appt.
Cat Neutered $20
Cat Spayed $25
Doa Neutered &
Spayed start at $35
Low cost shot clinic
Tues, Weds & Thurs
12pm-4pm
(352) 563-2370
KITTENS & CATS
All ages-plain to fancy
neutered, shots, tested,
microchip, few declawed
$85-150 352-476-6832
P/T FEEDER

Work flex. hrs. Under 1
hr. 5 days/wk. Live on
or off 495/ Mini Farms.
Fax Info. to 564-0733
Pet Sitter Needed to
Stay at my home while
I vac/day trips for
Paplllon(352) 249-4460
PUPPY & BASIC
OBEDIENCE CLASSES
Starting Thurs, Eve. 11/2
Call (352) 795-1684
THE PET CHARMER
Custom Pet sitting
In your home.
(352) 746-4848
West Highland White
Terrier Pups, 8 wks, AKC,
health certificates
$600.(352) 489-7659




2 GRADE QUARTER
HORSES
11 yr. gelding,
15 H chestnut w/ blaze
13 yr. mare, Ig. 15.2
hand chestnut w/star.
Current shots, negative
coggins. $1,500. ea.
(352) 527-1591
Cattle/Horse Trailer,
Goose neck, 19ft. new
floor, excel, cond.
$3,500. (352) 621-0848
PUREBRED ARABIAN
15-yr-old, with papers
Very gentle, gd, w/ chil-
dren, w/tack, $1500


(352) 564-1324




DOWNRIGGERS (2)
Big John Electric
$400/pr.; DOWNRIGGER
RODS (8'3")w/Penn GTI
320 Reels (4 Combos)
$290/set Serious Cash
Buyers! (352) 382-5932
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-Fr9i -5
*MONROE SALES.
Hwy. 44, Lecanto


S*Bot


GATOR TAIL
OB Surface Drive, 35 hp
w/elec. trim & reverse,
camo, new.See @
Encore Trvl Pk, $5,000
(407) 908-0434




12' LOWE JON BOAT
11 mos. old
$400 firm
(352) 465-3310
(904) 540-4591
14' ALUM. BOAT
extra wide. W/9.8 Mer-
cury w/traller. All ac-
cess. Ready for Flshlngi
$800 (352) 795-4770
14' JON BOAT
15 hp, 2 stroke, trlr.
F.F.. trolling mtr, swivel
seats, & lots of extras
$1,800 (352) 637-5958
15' 2" River Hawk
'04, 54" Beam, high
transom and tunnel,
'05 trailer, no motor
$1,500. (352) 527-4108
15' JONBOAT G-3
2006, 25hp Yamaha
w/trlr. Barely Used!
$6,000 OBO
(352) 464-4373
17" CAPE HORN
1999. 115HP Merc.
Galv. trailer, $8900
Call (352) 746-7744
8' ZODIAC
3 yr. old hull, 4HP John-
son, 6gal. day tank.
Runs great, recent carb
rebuilt, $750 352-746-7425
'94, Sylvan, 17'
Semi V,.CC1995 88HP
Evinrude, galv, trailer,
Humingbird, etc. Nicel
$3,850., 352 795-1692
'98 Rendavus
21ft., 1999 mercury 150,
w/ trailer, low hrs, excel,
cond. $14,500.
(352) 628-7303
Airboat 15'
Alum. Welded,
walkaround, 350 Chevy,
Red. gear, ship to shore
radio, Trim tab $8500.
OBO 795-3158
Alumacraft 16'
All welded john boat,
25hp 4 stroke Yamaha,
galv. tri. all 2003. Many
extras. Always
garaged. Excel. cond.
$5700. (352) 382-8701
Aqua Sport Osprey
1997, 20ft.,CC,115HP
OB, w/ brand new 2006
trailer. $9,500.
(352) 621-0848
AQUASPORT CAT
16', 2001, 90HP Honda
CC, Bim. top, very rice,
w/traller, $8,500
(352) 621-0848


AREAS LARGEST
SELECTION
OF PONTOONS &
DECK BOATS
Crystal River Marine
(352) 795-2597
Bass Tracker 18'
Pontoon 1992, 60hp
Johnson, Live well,
trolling motor, depth
finder, stereo, bimlnl
top. CGE, VERY VERY
CLEAN No tri., will
deliver. Can email pics.
$5200. (352) 344-4447
BAYLINER
'91. 15ft, 50hp Force
Engine Bimini top. runs
great $1,300. obo.
352-212-1280
Bayliner Trophy
'92, cuddy, outboard
150, runs, but needs
work. Bargain at $3,000.
Chris (941) 916-1989
Canoe (OT)
3 person, like new
dry well, storage,
paddles $270.
(352) 465-5919






FIBERGLASS
15.5', 35hp Evinrude.
long shaft. Gal trailer,
new tires, new lights,
$1500.(352) 489-5928
G3 JON BOAT
2005, 14FT, 8HP
Yamaha, warr till 3/08
6 hrs on all, galv, trailer
$3,500 (352) 560-7157
(352) 476-7252
GLASS STREAM
1987, Cuddy Cab,
200hp Mercury,
$2,395 OBO.
(352) 726-4174
GLASSTREAM 15'
1986,50 hp Johnson.
Exc. Cond. Great for
water skiing/fishing.
$1,200 (352) 637-5654
GLASSTREAM
15FT, bass boat, 140HP
Evinrude V4 motor, & tilt
trailer, $1,000 obo
(352) 400-5342

'06

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Fishing Boat
With 50HP
Yamaha Motor!
$12,495
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CLOSEOUT
up to $10,000*
in rebates &
discounts
*on select models
Sale ends 10/31/06
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NEW BOAT TRAILERS
& TRAILER PARTS
Axles to tires&wheels,
winches, u-bolts,
fenders & morel All at
WHOLESALE OR LESSI
MONROE SALES
Mon.-Frl. 9am-5pm
(352) 527-3555
Pacemaker 32'
Ocean going yacht
Can be live aboard. Full
galley. Bath w/shower.
Fly bridge w/blkini top.
Dual controls. 2 new
eng. Heat/Air Too
much to list. $20,500. Or
trade for motor home,
(352) 795-7994
Polar 17'
2001, Flats Boat with
70hp, Johnson. Runs
great. Center console.
Trolling motor & trl.
$6,500. (352) 621-0848
Pontoon '04
Honda 40hp stroke
eng., chng. room, Live
well, New full cover &
trl. Less than 50 hrs., Like
new.$11,000. 637-9082
PONTOON
1998. 22', 180hrs, full
camper Canvas, all the
extras, exc cond, no
motor, (352) 795-8800
Pro Line
17' CC, force, 120hp,
bimini. swimming plat-
form, D/F, dry-docked
$4,800. (352) 382-1248
IPROLINE
'86, 28ft. 101/2ft. 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
50 1-C-3 Charity.
Maritime Ministries
(352) 795-9621

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





QB Coachman
Mirada CLEAN &
easy to handle
(352) 867-7313

'06 Hurricane 33'
Brand New
Large Slide.
Only $75,000.
'04 Catalina
Great Cond.
WAS $21,500
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
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$35.95!*
*2 weeks In the
*2 weeks Onlinel
*Featured in Tues.
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May Apply
Fleetwood
1987, 26', Class C, In
very good cond. Rear
twin beds, low miles.
$6500. (352) 621-0848
HOLIDAY RAMBLER
38' 98, 50K, dlesi 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. cand. $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 mi., (352) 860-1356
WINNEBAGO
1993, Adventurer, diesel
pusher. Very good
condition, $30,000
(352) 341-3292
WINNEBAGO 2002
27' CLASS A, 49K, ALL
OPTIONS, EXC COND,
ASKING $37,500
352-637-4281




'03 JOURNEY DL
2 Slides, Loaded!
Clean, 330 cat.
power. 352-867-7313


r


'02 FORD TAURUS SE
70,092mi. 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 bags. $5,995.
T5025A (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'03 CHEVY MONTE
CARLO LS. 50,910mi. All
pwr. AC, CC, CD plyr,
Alloy whis ABS $9,995
P6019A (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'03 KIA SEDONA EX
58,776ml. 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


2006, Like NEW!
4 Dr. Auto, Leather
Stock # 5606245A
$19,995
(352) 564-8668
FORD MUSTANG
GT '06, Conv, 5,450 ml.
Auto, BIk w/slvr stripes,
red Int. Mint Cond,.
REDUCED $30,995
(352) 257-1513
Ford Taurus
1990, 4dr., no a/c,
6 cyl.,, auto, $400.00
(352) 302-7683
FORD THUNDERBIRD .
2003, This Is basically a
new carl 2,045 miles
Stock # 6053876
$25,995
(352) 564-8668
HONDA ACCORD
2005, Automatic,
Leather, Sunroof
Stock # 039439A
$18,995
(352) 564-8668


24' TRAVEL TRLR.
Gd. cond, outside,
needs rebuilding inside,
$300,
(352) 628-0308, after 5
36' TRAILER W/20x10 Fl.
rm, perm. fully turn. set-
up in camp ground,
new refrig, sink, cab.
Sips 7, Inv. area, $5,000
(352) 697-1447
'98 THOR
Travel EZE FW
2 slides; Extra CLEANI
(352) 867-7313
'99 MONTANA
33' FW w/2 slides
LOADED
(352) 867-7313
ALINER
2001, 18' pop uptrlr,
AC, ref., Expedition Pkg,
$5,500 (firm)
(352) 382-1826
Card Lite 31'
5th wheel. Excel. cond.
Full kit. & bath. Lg, liv.
rm. Queen bed, Xtra Ig.
awn. $4800. 341-2436
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

CONSIGNMENTS
NEEDED
We will sell your RV for
you-NO HASSLESIl
(352) 867-7313
Jayco Pop Up '95
Gd. cond. Air, heat,
refrig, sty, sips 8, $3500
Leave message at
352-637-5559
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




1985 TOYOTA
4-RUNNER 4 X 4
Straight axel. Runs Exc,
Everything works For
parts $2,500 OBO
(352) 344-8717 Iv. mes.
Bug Deflector
w/ screen, for 2000
Buick Century
$40.
(352) 489-2506
CAR DOLLY
W/new spare tire & rim
$550 firm.
(352) 341-3292
SLIGHTLY USED.
Firestone Steel Tech Ra-
d; l :T -,, G ,.1

Set of 6, $400: Tonfi
(352) 382-2806




$$CASH PAID$$
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 19S. Crystal River
Since 1973 564-8333






*FREE REMOVAL OF.
Mowers, motorcycles,
RV's, Cars. ATV's, jet skis,
3 wheelers. 628-2084




'00 MERC GRAND
MARQ. LS. 60,838mi.
wht. pwr. air, CC, cass
am/fm prm whis $7,995
K5175A (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'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 59,914ml. All
pwr. AC, CC, CD, T-top
Ithr, am/fm. abs $15,995
HI 096 (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'02 FORD FOCUS SE
62,378ml. All pwr. AC,
CC, Cassette, am/fm.
Rf. Rck. Air bags. $6,995
B 1210 (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC


'05 PONTIAC VIBE
42,005ml. 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:
180,117ml. All pwr.
AC, CC, CD plyr, tilt,
Sunroof $1,995
B5179B (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
'99 HONDA CIVIC LX
81,519mN Air, CC, stereo
am/fm, tinted glass,
air bags. $6,995
B1197 (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC

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SPECIAL ASH SALE
100 + CLEAN DEPENDABLE CARS
FROM-'875-UP
DON'T MISS 1THS SALE
675-US19- HMOSASSA


AUTO LOANS
Bad Credit, No Creditl
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
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
Puff 41K, fully loaded,
leather, $7995.
(352) 382-4223
Buick Century
1994,4 dr., V-6, a/c,
high miles, $400.00
(352) 302-7683
BUICK PARK AVE.
SUPER CHARGED
1996,61,000 ml, A/C,1
owner $4,900
(352) 465-6236
CADILLAC STS 1997
Arrive In Stylel
32V NorStar, Leather,
sunroof, chrome rims.
Priced to sell $3,995
#261722A 352- 564-8668



AFFORDABLE CARS
100 + CLEAN DEPENDABLE CARS
FROM-325-DOWN
30 MIN. E-Z CREDIT
1675 US 19 HOMOSASSA


CHEVROLET
2005. MONTE CARLO
"ur._' .1 1,= 0 .'.'"'0*

(352) 564-8668
CHEVROLET COBALT LS
2005, 25K miles, 5 spd.
Stock # E 11848A
$12,995
(352) 564-8668
CHEVY '98
MONTE CARLO, 1 own-
er, no accidents, Pew-
ter. Int. drk grey, Load-
ed $5200. 352-270-3472
CHEVY CAMARO
1996, 110,000,500
Needs radiator and
head gasket. $1,000
obo (352) 563-6508
CHEVY CAPRICE
CLASSIC '93 exc.cond.
well maintained, $2300/
obo (352) 341-3014
CHEVY CAVALIER
1995, Cruise Control, Air
Bags, $900 obo.
352-628-7875
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
2002, 48k, sunroof,
leather, auto, graphic
Stock # 088037A
Below cost @$9,995
(352)564-8668
DAEWOO LANOS
2001,.54K, auto
Stock # 344310A
$4,995
(352) 564-8668


AFFORDABLE CARS/SUVs
950LDSCOtASS......$1600
V.5,4 4R, AUTO, AC, CLEAN
91 FORD EXPIORER........$2695
94BUlKKLSABRI.....3175
1675-US19- HOMOSASSA

FORD
'04, Escape XLT, black,
good cond, 45k ml.
$11,500
(720) 560-2033
FORD
'89, Taurus, good cond.
original owner
$900.
(352) 464-7513
FORD AEROSTAR
'90, Mini van low miles,
new tires, well kept.
$1,700 OBO
(352)341-0455
Ford Crown Vic.
2001, Police interceptor
pkg,, 102,000 miles,
spotlight, $4475.00
(352) 527-8961
FORD FOCUS
2002,5 spd, 35 mpg.,
new tires, Good Cond.
$5,500 OBO
(352) 212-8997
FORD FUSION SEL


HYUNDAI
2004, XG350, celadon
14K ml, 8yr Ext. Warr, Exc
cond. $14,900,
(352) 382-4856

'f 1 1 -1i 11J 1,,
CLEAN DEPENDABLE CARS
91 NISSANSEINIA.....$2950
4 CYL, 4 D AUTO,NC, GREAT MPG
95 FORDT.BID ..........$3675
V,AUTO,2 DR, C,SPORTn
97 ODSAURORA.....$3995
,4 DR, SUNROOF, AUTO, LOADED
1675- US19 HOMOSASSA

KIA AMANTI
2005, Auto, Sunroof
Stock # P064502
$19,995
Beautiful Carl
(352) 564-8668
LEXUS LS-430
2002,4 dr. wht w/wht
leather Int. 69K. Part of
Estate Sale. $25,000
(352) 341-6927
Lincoln Mark VIII
LSC '95, bik, auto, a/c,
2dr, intech 32 valve
V-8,4.6L, $4700.
(352) 302-7683
Mitsubishi Eclipse
Conv. '99, auto trans,
a/c, like new. $5995.
(352)400-2118/400-2108
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE GS
2003, Rear Spoiler, auto,
sunroof $11,995
Stock # 6146507A
(352) 564-8668
MITSUBISHI LANCER
2005, Auto, 14 K
Stock # 5594234B
$11,995
(352) 564-8668
MUSTANG '95
Coupe 2 DR. 3.8L V6,
90K Runs Good, Needs
minor work, 3,800 obo
400-5164, 726-3243
PONTIAC GR. AM
1999, Good cond.
Air, PW, runs/looks gd.
$3,000. (352) 212-1668
PONTIAC Grand Am
2004, V-6, Auto,
Dual Exhaust
Stock # 5595774A
$9,995
(352) 564-8668





SAAB '99
9-3 Convertible, auto,
20L turbo, 100K mi.
Most options. exc cond
$6,995. (352) 302-1792
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TOYOTA
'00, Echo, rebuild,
65k ml. $4,500.
(352) 302-8886,
TOYOTA CAMRY LE
2005,4.641 miles, Auto,
Leather, Almost Newl
Stock # 6049849A
$17,995
(352) 564-8668
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '98
Exc/Cond/AII pwr. grgd
Lthr, 2nd ownr $6,000
OBO (352) 422-5685
TOYOTA COROLLA LE
2004, Automatic
Stock # 7260515A
$14,995
(352) 564-8668
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




AUTO/SWAP/CAR
CORRAL SHOW
Sumter Co.
Fairgrounds
Florida Swap Meets
Nov 5th
1-800-438-8559
CHEVY C-10
1969, Stepside, 4 spd,
short box. Runs &
Rusted! $4,000 OBO
(352) 341-1460
FORD F-100
1963, Stepside, 302,
Edelbrock. Looks & runs
good New brakes
$3,500 (352) 563-2156




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Box Truck-1 Ton
1987 Chevy 350, 16' box
new starter, alt. batt.,
belts & fluids. $2800.
obo, (352) 208-9494
Chev. 3/4 Ton Ext
Cab '98, Sliverado, 350
V-8, $7495. 467-0872
CHEVROLET
2004 Silverado, 34K mi.,
$19,000 or best offer
(352) 228-1140
CHEVY


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Dodge 1500 SLT
'94, Reg. Cab, 214k ml,
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 OBO
(352) 726-3285
DODGE DAKOTA SLT
2004, Automatic '
Stock # 5634163A
$13,995
(352) 564-8668
DODGE RAM 1500
2001,61K, V-6 magnum,
hitch, auto. Priced
below cost $7,995
Stock # D230157A
(352) 564-8668
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
1989 F-150 LARIAT
5.0 eng., runs exc. tool
boxes, ext.cab, camper
reader, $1,000.
(352) 220-3834
Ford
'82, FI0O Pickup. 300,
6 cyl., runs good.
$1,000.
(352) 795-4065
FORD
'91, Explorer, 4 WD, 150k
mi., cold Air, good run-
ning cond. $1,000. obo
(352) 453-6590
FORD F-250 4X4
1999, Ext. Cab, Tow Pkg,
Exc, Cond. Loaded
$11,000
(352)746-1184
FORD PICK UP
1977, runs great,
dependable.
$1000/obo
(352) 563-0318
GMC
'99,3500, SL Crew Cab,
w/ 454 V8 engine, 1 ton
59k mi., rear dual
exhaust, heavy duty
tow pkg. rain guard &
sunsheild, carpeted 8'
bed w/ fibreglass cap
& diamond plate
tailgate. 16" chrome
wheels, chrome run-
ning boards, fibreglass
scooped hood, tinted
windows, excel. cond.
you name It, it will tow
It. Asking $16,500.
637-0347, 443-871-0644
NISSAN
'96, Pick Up,
Cold air, Runs great
$4,000. firm
(352) 228-3406
NISSAN FRONTIER
2006, King Cab XE, 4K,
w/truck bedliner.
Asking $17,500
(352) 726-7604





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'01 CHEVY TRACKER, LT.
42,087mi. All pwr. Aly
whis, AC, CC, CD plyr.
Running brds. $8,995.
K4712B (352) 628-3533
JOHNSONS' PONTIAC
CHEVROLET BLAZER
2001, Leather, Auto
Stock # 5076179A
$9,995
(352) 564-8668
CHEVY SUBUR-
BAN
1999,126,000, new trans,
radiator, tires, brakes
3rd seat & hitch. $4,500
352-726-4178/464-0062
FORD ESCAPE XLS
2002, V-6, Auto
Stock # 594231 A
Cute SUVI $9,995
(352) 564-8668
FORD ESCAPE XLS
2002, V-6, Auto
Stock # 594231A
Cute SUVI $9,995
(352) 564-8668
FORD EXPEDITION XLT
2001, Triton V-8
Stock # P348260A
$11,995
(352) 564-8668
GMC YUKON SLE
2002, WhiteOriginal
Owner,26K Like New
$15,000 352-527-7059
HONDA PASSPORT EX
2002, 51K, Auto
Stock#335736A
$10,995
(352) 564-8668
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
2004, Laredo,
Leather, Auto
Stock # 599160A
$14,995
(352) 564-8668
KIA SORENTO
2004, Reese Hitch
Stock # 5640521A
$13,995
(352) 564-8668
LANDROVER
2000, Discovery II, 140K,
good cond, $5,000.
(352) 746-5528
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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
4sale 352-628-1098

A WHEEL OF
A DEAL
5 lines for only
$35.95!*
*2 weeks In the
.2 weeks QOnlnel
*Featured In Tues.
"Whee" SectionI
Call Today
(352) 726-1441
or (352) 563-5966
For details.
$5 per additional line
Some Restrictions
May Apply
DAELIM DAYSTAR
2005, 125cc Cruiser, 8K
ml., exc. mint cond.
$1,700 obo (352)
562-4379 or 527-4376
Harley Davidson
'00 Sportster 1200XL
Screaming Eagle,
many extras
Excel. cond. 14k ml.
$5,500. (352) 637-6057
HARLEY DAVIDSON
2000 Elec. Glide Classic,
41K, Extra clean, extra
nice, lots of chrome,
$14,500. (352) 637-4123
HARLEY DAVIDSON
2002 DYNA
8096, 11000 Lots of
Chrome, Corban seat.
Really nice bike.
352-563-6508


HYUNDAI Santa Fe
2004, 4X 4, V-6, Auto
Very Sportyl $13,995
Stock # P632693
(352) 564-8668
Jeep Wrangler
1997, 4 cyl, 5 speed,
54,000 orig. miles,
gar. kept. $7900.
(352) 628-4895
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Chevrolet
1994, Beauville, 3/4 ton
Van, it has everything,
good cond. $5,200.
(352) 344-5973, 9027 E
Aqua Vista Dr. Inverness
CHRYSLER 2002
Town & Country
40K miles. Auto
Stock # 081573A
$11,995
(352) 564-8668
CHRYSLER 2002
Town & Country
Leather, Auto
Stock # 6084458A
$10,995
(352) 564-8668
DODGE Near NEW!
2006, Grand Caravan
6,644 miles, auto
Stock #6028692A
$22,995
(352) 564-8668
DODGE CARAVAN
1996, Runs Goodl
CD Player, No AC,
$700 OBO
(352) 726-3285
DODGE GRAND
Caravan '01, good
cond. loaded, 93k mi,
rear AC $8,390.
352-527-3305 bet 9 6
Dodge Ram 2500
1996, new motor,
customized. $1,500
(352) 628-9087
FORD WINDSTAR
2000, Leather, Auto
Stock # 326175A
$7,995
(352) 564-8668
KIA
'05 Sedona EX, 7 pass..,
dual air, tape/CD,
factory warranty
$14,900 (352) 464-4428
KIA SEDONA LX
Automatic
Stock # P709460
$14,995
(352) 564-8668
MONTANA EXT
1999 Pontiac, V-6, 29K
mi. Tires 10K, extras,
Warranty till 10/25/08
$6,300 (352) 382-2683
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MR CITRUS
COUNTY REALTY








ALAN NUSSO
3.9% Listings
INVESTORS
BUYERS AGENT
BUSINESS BROKER
(352) 422-6956
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2003 Polaris
Sportsman 700 4X4
$4900/obo
(352) 572-3752
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
Extreme, 4x4,4 wheeler,
water cooled, 400
cu.in. $2,700
(352) 634-4237
Victory
'02, Semi chopped,
92 cu. in., 7,500 mi.,
$4,500. obo
(352) 353-1301
YAHAMA Raptor 660
2003, $3,495 Cash or
Credit Card ONLY
Perfect Christmas Gift!
Stock # 306589A


HARLEY DAVIDSON
2007, 883 Sportster
fuel Inj. extras, $9500
firm. 352-422-0277
Harley Fat Boy
1999, lots of extras.
$10,500.
(352) 637-5109
Honda Of
Crystal River
06 VTX1300
New $8199.00
07 VT750 Aero
New $6199.00
07 VT600 Shadow
New $5249.
352-795-4832
Honda XR650L
2002, dual sport, 4,000
miles. DOTCrash hel-
met, jacket size LG.
$3,275 (352) 527-8961
KAWASAKI
1992, Voyager 12-XII,
Full dress, 1100CC, 39K.
It's a screamer $3,995
(352) 344-4883




232-1029 SUCRN
Transportation Disadvan-
taged Coordinating Bd.
Meeting 11/17/06
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the Transportation
Disadvantaged Coordi-
nating Board will hold a
regular meeting at 10W30
A.M. on the 17th day of
November, 2006, at the
Lecanto Government
Building at 3600 W. Sover-
eign Path, Suite 166,
Lecanto, FL 34461.
Any person requiring spe-
cial accommodations or
desiring further informa-
tion regarding this meet-
ing may contact the
Transportation Supervisor
of Citrus County Transit,
1300 S. Lecanto Highway,
Building #22, Lecanto, FL
34461. Telephone: (352)
527-7630.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC:
Any person who decides
to appeal any decision of
the governing body with
respect to any matter
considered at this meet-
ing will need a record of
the proceedings and for
such purposes may need
to provide that a verba-


235-1029 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
RFQ No. 056-07
The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners is so-
liciting Request for Qualifications from Interested firms
to provide material testing services for 4the
Chassahowltzka Area Water and Sewer Project.,The
sealed responses will be delivered to Citrus County
Board of County Commissioners, Attn: Georgette
Brock, 3600 West Sovereign Path, Suite 266, Lecanto, FL
34461 by 2:00 P.M. November 30, 2006. Contact the
above office at (352) 527-5203 for a copy of the Re-
quest for Qualification.
CITRUS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Gary Bartell, Chairman
Published In the Citrus County Chronicle
October 29, 2006


233-1029 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the CITRUS COUNTY
TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL will hold a regular
business meeting Wednesday November 8 2006 at
9-00 a m at the Lecanto Government Building 3600 W
SCioferi Path Room 166 L I tanto Fl 34461


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

234-1029 SUCRN
City of Crystal River
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
SALE OF VACANT CITY PROPERTY
PUBLIC & LEGAL NOTICE
The City of Crystal River Is seeking proposals for thecte
of three (3) City-owned parcels In the Magi 0
Cove/Woodland Estates area (NW 19th Court). ThI
are unimproved parcels In an area that Is zoned folioi-
gle family residential, and range from .27 acre t4
acre in size. Each lot has a pending assessmer'tAf
$3295.15 (total-S9,885.45) for water/sewer service: ,the-
se assessments will be collected as part of the property
sale.
The city has had an appraisal done on these -ilts,
which Is available for review In the Office of the -Cty
Manager. The appraisal values for the lots range from
$45,000 to $52,500 or $142,500 for the three lots togeth-
er.
The City of Crystal River Is accepting proposals fotthe
sale of these three lots, and will consider proposals .sb-
mitted either for any of the lots on an Individual bdsis,
or for the three lots collectively. No proposal will- e
considered that falls below 85%of the appraised vblue
of the lot(s) in question.
Sealed proposals must be submitted to the City Clerk
(123 N.W. Highway 19, Crystal River. FL 34428). by no
later than 2pm on December 1., 2006, at which time all
submitted proposals will be opened and read aloud.
Questions regarding this proposal process should be :dl-
rected to City Manager, Andy Houston at 352-795-4216
(123 N.W. Highway 19, Crystal River, FL 34428). Propos-
als must be submitted on the form contained withlr the
RFP specifications, which are available from the Office
of the City Manager (see address & phone numberllst-
ed above). Proposals must be accompanied by a cer-
tified check In an amount not less than 10 % of the.pro-
posed purchase price in order to be considered.
The City of Crystal River reserves the right to walva, Ir-
regularities In any submitted proposal, to accept'the
proposals) that It deems to be In its best Interest, and
to reject all proposals if doing so Is deemed at the sole
discretion of the City to be In the best Interest of the
City.
Published one (1) time in the Citrus County Chronicle.
October 29. 2006.


236-1029 SUCRN
ITB #0608 CFCC
PUBLIC NOTICE
Description:
ITB 0608 APPLETON MUSEUM OF ART OF CENTRAL'
FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE-CUSTOM TRAVEL EVEN
PARIS-MAY 2007

ITB 0608 Bid Documents can be obtained on 10/26/06-
For Solicitation Copies or ADA Assistance Contapt:
Pamela Halsey, Staff Asst IV, Purchasing Departmjtit
(352) 854-2322 Ext, 1527
For Solicitation Inquiries: Shariene L. Soils, Purch Te
Agent (352) 854-2322 Ext. 1368,

ITB 0608-Bids will be accepted until
Date: Thursday November 16, 2006 a-
Time: 2:00pm 4"
Location: CFCC Ocala Campus, Purchasing De4qt-
ment Building 1., Room 114G, 3001 SW Collegefl d.
Ocala FL 34478
ITB 0608 Pre-Bid Conference will be held on: NONE ,
ITB 0608 Bids will be oubllcly opened on *, *
Date; Thursday November 16, 2006 r
Time: 2:15pm
Location: CFCC Ocala Campus, 3001 SW Colile
Road, Ocala FL 34478 Building 1. Room 111A Adntf R
Finance Conference Room ,
Published one (1) time In the Citrus County Cr..:..-'A9
October 29, 2006.


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CLASSIFIED


Kawasaki 125eq,
2002, 3600 mlles"-'
excel, cond. $100RD4'
(352) 795-0596 4',
KAWASAKI KX-0O,
Very clean, -., r, ti.
$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
Verucci Scooter
2006,49cc only
100 miles. $550.00
(352) 795-0596




tim record of the pro-
ceeding Is made, which
Includes testimony and
evidence upon which the
appeal Is to be based.
(Section 286.0101, Florida
Statutes.)
Gary Bartell
Chairman of the
Board of County
Commissioners of
Citrus County, Florida
Published one (1) time In
the Citrus County Chroni-
cle, October 29.2006.
237-1031 SUCRN
PUBLIC AUCTION,
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE OF SALE
The following vehlcle(s)
will be sold at public auc-
tion, free of all prior liens,
per FL Stat. 713.78, at
10:00 AM on 11/09/06 at
Tropical Window Tinting,
1612 Suncoast Blvd.,
Homosassa, FL 34448,
phone 352-795- 3456. No
titles, as is, cash only.
1994 Chew -
Vin#1GILD55MIRY292372
Published one (1) time in
the Citrus County Chroni-
cle, October 29, 2006.,


'82, K10, 4x4 350 V8 ,
new brakes, new tires,
runs great. $3,500.
(352) 489-5928
CHEVY
'85, Silverado, 350,
flowmaster, $1000. obo
(352) 453-7086
Chevy
'95, 1500 4x4 Work truck
white, hitch 98,350 ml.,
cold air, steel tool box,
bed liner $5,500 obo
(352) 746-4932
CHEVY AVALANCHE
2004, 35K, Auto, 4 dr,
Reese Hitch, hard bed
cvr. Stock # 5591730A
$21,995
(352) 564-8668
Dinette Set, round,
glass, black lacquer w/
matching bakers rack
$400.
Hot Tub, seats 4 w/
cover both In excel.
cond. $500.obo
(352) 453-6590






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SAvailablet Available
For 60 Months ,: For 60 Months




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2006 Hyundai Elantra AUTOMATIC, AIR CONDITIONING, ONLY 2,800 MILES.
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Green. #CR26493B
$3,488


97 MERCURY 94 GMC SIERRA
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White. #CRD60594A White. #CR9844A
s5,977" $7,977t
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02 FORD 06 CHEVROLET 01 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
RANGER XL COBALT LS LIMITED EDITION
White. #CR26219A White. #DO10087L Black. #DOB60806C
$8,8880 $11,490 $11,490


04 TOYOTA 02 FORD EXPLORER 06 CHEVROLET
MATRIX XR SPORT TRAC 4X4 UPLANDER LS
Red. #DOB60584B Black. #DO9965P White. #D010038L
$14,490 $14,9000 $14,990,


05 TOYOTA
COROLLA S
SBurgundy #CRJ700321
$14,877


03 FORD 06 JEEP LIBERTY 06 CHRYSLER 04 JEEP GRAND
MUSTANG LIMITED EDITION SEBRING TOURING CHEROKEE LIMITED
B Blue:#CR10090LM Red. #DOJ60407A Maroon. #VIN5757 Blue. #DOB61131A
$, 18,477 $21,888" $16,9001 "17,990 s$
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$7,9900


03 CHEVROLET
MONTE CARLO SS
Silver. #CR26370A
s12,488t
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DURANGO R/T 4X4 EXPRESS G2500
Silver. #DOJ60767A White. #CR9832L
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HOMOSASSA

352-563-2277


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PT CRUISER SPORT PLUS MAXIMA SE INTREPID SE
Blue. #CR1096L Gray. #CRJ60524B White. #DOD60534B Gold. #DO9994B
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06 DODGE 05 CADILLAC 05 DODGE 05 FORD FOCUS
MAGNUM SE SRX V8 NEON SXT ZX4 S
White. #CR262911A Gray. #CR9552B White. #DO1051L Silver. #DO1088L
19,888 $26,9881 *10,990 0 10,9901
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Black. #DOB60567A White. #DOJ60172C
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SEBRING NEON SXT
Blue. #DOJ601726 Silver. #D01027L
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