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Title: Citrus County Chronicle
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
Publication Date: February 4, 2007
Copyright Date: 2007
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Inverness
Coordinates: 28.839167 x -82.340278 ( Place of Publication )
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PAGE 2A


Aiming for healthy


Justine

Hausheer

grew tired

ofbeing

ovenreight

fibryears

NANCY KENNEDY
nkennedy@
chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Tucked away in a drawer
is a reminder of where
Justine Hausheer never
wants to go again.
In 2005, she weighed 236
pounds. Her cholesterol
was 228 and her Body Mass
Index (BMI) was higher
than she wanted to know.
(At 5 foot, 7 inches, a
healthy adult BMI weight
range is 120 to 159 pounds.)
Two years later, 50
pounds lighter and a cho-/
lesterol count of 186, a
plus-size pair of pants lies
in a drawer. Every once in
a while, Hausheer, 45, pulls
them out and says to her-
self, "Never again."
One of the goals of Healthy
People 2010, a national pro-
gram aimed at combating
the preventable health risks
of chronic disease, which is
an epidemic in the United
States, is to increase the
number of people who are at
a healthy weight
"I've lost 53 pounds and
gained back three,"
Hausheer said. "I'm not at
the weight I want to be yet
- I've hit a wall and I'm
trying to figure out'what it
is that will get me losing
again but I've main-
tained my weight for a
year."
Please see :A .'/Page 5A


DAVE SIGLER/Chronicle
Justine Hausheer, right, works out during a recent yoga class with instructor Susan
Hammer, left, at the Citrus Springs Community Center. Hausheer lost a great deal of
weight and has incorporated Hatha Yoga into her program.


Percentage of adults
in Citrus County who
are overweight.







26.5
Percentage of adults
in Citrus County who
are obese.






54.9
Percentage of adults
in Citrus County who
do not participate in
regular exercise.







26.8
Percentage of adults
in Citrus County who
currently smoke.


Man's desire to shape up necessitated quitting to win


NANCY KENNEDY
nkennedy@
chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
For much of Tom O'Brien's
adult years, life revolved
around drinking beer, eating
pizza and smoking cigarettes.
These photos show Dan O'Brien
before he stopped smoking,
drinking beer and started
exercising (left) and after.
Special to the Chronicle


Even when he led stop
smoking classes in the Air
Force, he smoked. He drank.
He was 50 pounds overweight.
As the health education con-
sultant for the Citrus County
Health Department, O'Brien,
now a non-smoker, non-
drinker and at a healthy
weight, conducts smoking ces-
sation classes and helps moti-
vate county residents to adopt
healthy lifestyles without
feeling like a hypocrite.
O'Brien, who grew up in


Citrus County, tried his first
cigarette at age 8 and started
smoking regularly at 15.
"Back then, the school sys-
tem allowed smoking areas at
the schools," he said. "Crystal
River High School had one
and that was the place to meet
Everybody was doing it at the
time."
He graduated from high
school in 1982 and joined the
Air Force at age 19. During
Please see QUiTTING/Page 5A


Government gets involved with Healthy People 2010


NANCY KENNEDY
nkennedy@
chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
According to current
local health department
statistics, 32 percent of
adults in Citrus County are


overweight, 26.5 are obese
and 54.9 percent do not
participate in any regular
moderate exercise.
In addition, 26.8 percent
currently smoke. These
three risk factors all con-
tribute to the increasing
epidemic of chronic dis-


eases, which cause more
than 70 percent of prema-
ture deaths and disabili-
ties in the United States -
the majority of which are a
result of preventable
behaviors and lifestyles.
The Citrus County
Community Health


Council, an advisory coun-
cil of community volun-
teers interested in the
health of the community,
and the Citrus County
Health Department have
undertaken the challenge
of combating these three
preventable health risks,


in compliance with the
U.S. Surgeon General's
national program, Healthy
People 2010.
Healthy People 2010 is a
set of health objectives for
the nation to achieve
Please see '. /Page 9A


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X Annie's Mailbox . 16A
W Classified ...... 7D
Crossword ...... 16A
Horoscope ...... 14A
. Movies ......... 14A
Obituaries ....... 7A
Stocks .......... 2D
Together ....... 15A
Eight Sections


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Bird flu found at turkey farm In England


A deadly strain of avian flu was found at a
commerical turkey farm in England. /10A


Time for dinner


It takes a busy woman to understand another
busy woman's needs. Timely Dinners does./1D


Little wooden birds
-- ..


Earl Yates of Inverness is crazy about
cuckoo clocks and he's not alone./20E


Insurer announces
plans to drop
* Company plans to
dump thousand of
policies in the next
two years./3A
* Organization
plans workshop
about poverty and
education./3A
* Gov. Crist com-
mended for
response to
storm./3A


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Residents


get help in


aftermath


of storm


Neighbors, troops,
inmates lend a hand

Associated Press
LADY LAKE The tornado that
ambushed this once-tranquil central Florida
town took Vernon Goney's life's work with it
Goney, 61, lost his home of 33 years and his
uninsured nursery in Friday's storm. The
twister flattened 50,000 square feet of green-
houses, destroyed a 40-foot by 90-foot garage
and flipped three delivery trucks, adding up
to about $500,000 in losses.
He's wearing clothes borrowed from his
son, as the only possessions he was able to
salvage was a pair of pants and a belt he was
able to put on as the tornado bore down. He
planned to call his insurance company that
holds a $40,000 policy on his house, but
Saturday, he worried about what his future
will hold.
"It's dim. Very dim," said Goney, who
cleared debris from his property with his
wife and family members Saturday. "I'd like
to rebuild, but it takes money to do that"
Amid persistent rain showers, neighbors,
jail inmates and National Guard troops
picked up and pulled tarps over damaged
homes after dead-of-night thunderstorms
chewed through the middle of Florida on
Friday, killing at least 20 people.
The identified victims ranged from a 92-
year-old man to 17-year-old Brittany May,
killed by a falling tree that crushed her Lady
Lake bedroom.
President Bush designated four central
Florida counties as disaster areas, releasing
millions of dollars in aid for recovery and
individual assistance.
"It makes you sick to your stomach for
what we saw," David Paulison, director of
the Federal Emergency Management
Please see .'i' /Page 5A


17 cranes


casualties

of storm

Almost all class of2006

whoopers confirmed dead

CRUSTY LorTIs
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
At least 17 endangered whooping cranes
guided from Wisconsin to the Chassahowitzka
National Wildlife Refuge died as a result of
powerful storms.earlier in the week
Refuge manager Jim Kraus said the young
birds were found dead Friday after the pre-
vious night's storm, which was filled with
high winds, lightning, heavy rain and an
unusually high tide.
Eighteen cranes came to the area in
January after following ultralight planes.
The project is coordinated by Operation
Migration and the Whooping Crane Eastern
Partnership the idea is to teach the
endangered birds the winter migration path.
The 18th bird is still unaccounted for,
Kraus said.
Please see CRANES/Page 4A









2A SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2007


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Here are the
winning numbers
selected Saturday
in the Florida
Lottery:


CASH 3
5-4-4
PLAY 4
2-0-8-7

15-19-33-46-47-51
FANTASY 5
20 23 26 32 36
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2
Cash 3:7-0-2
Play 4:0- 8 7 7
Fantasy 5:3 7 10 27 36
5-of-5 3 winners $94,370.09
4-of-5 467 $97.50
3-of-5 14,059 $9
Mega Money: 7 13 35 39
Mega Ball: 17


4-of-4 MB No winner
4-of-4 7 $1,493.50.
3-of-4 MB 65 $352.50
3-of-4 1,234 $55
2-of-4 MB 2,026 $23.50
2-of-4 39,463 $2
1-of-4 MB 17,745 $2.50
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1
Cash 3:7 5 9
Play 4: 0 8 9 5
Fantasy 5: 3-4- 16-31 -36
5-of-5 1 winner $249,885.73
4-of-5 324 $124
3-of-5 9,506 $11.50
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31
Cash 3:5-2-5
Play 4:8 6 -8 9
Fantasy 5: 9 11 14 21 27
5-of-5 1 winner $271,167.54
4-of-5 490 $89
3-of-5 14,795 $8
Lotto: 2 3 6 7 27 -45
6-of-6 No winner
5-of-6 153 $3,327.50
4-of-6 9,474 $43.50
3-of-6 160,099 $3.50
TUESDAY, JANUARY 30
Cash 3:7 0 8
Play 4:1 1 9 1
Fantasy 5:1-5-13-18-31
5-of-5 1 winner $240,609.91
4-of-5 399 $97
3-of-5 11,579 $9
Mega Money: 4 29 33 -44
Mega Ball: 7
4-of-4 MB 1 winner $2 million
4-of-4 9 $2,922.50
3-of-4 MB 73 $787.50
3-of-4 1,445 $118.50
2-of-4 MB 2.246 $53.50


INSIDE THE NUMBERS
To verify the accuracy of
winning lottery numbers,'
playerss should double-check
'the numbers printed above
with numbers officially posted
by the Florida Lottery. On the
Web, go to www.flalottery.
.com; by telephone, call (850)
487-7777.


Associated Press


LOS ANGELES The
rumors were true. Van Halen
will reunite
with original
singer David
Lee Roth for a
summer tour
of North
America.
"I am very
Excited to get
back to the Da L .
core of what Davd Lee
made Van
Halen," gui-
tarist Eddie Van Halen said in
a statement posted Friday on
the band's Web site announc-
ing a 40-city tour. No specific
dates have been named.
It will be the first time that
Roth performs live with the
band since 1984, when he was
replaced by Sammy Hagar. A
brief reunion with Roth in
1996 resulted in two new songs
but no tour.
Original bassist Michael
Anthony will not be a part of


ENTERTAINMENT


ONLINE POLL
OT e mus "COUNrTY I


This week's question:

Which tax reform plan do
you prefer?


1. Double Homestead exem-
ptions to $50,000.
2. Allow homeowners to take
property tax cap with them
when they move.
3. Abolish property taxes and
increase Florida's sales tax.
4. Keep the taxes as they are.


To vote, simply access the
Chronicle Web site,
www.chronicleonline.com.
Results will appear in the Feb.
11 edition, along with a new
question.

Last week's results:
What do you have planned


Friday
"They have made it clear
that the decision to go their
separate ways was mutual and
amicable," the statement said,
adding that the pair remain
close friends.
"Olli was there all the time,
helping with the practical stuff
and being protective,"
Minogue said in the
November interview. "I don't
like to say too much in public
about Olivier as he's a very
private person, but I will say


for Super Bowl Sunday?
1. Root Peyton and Indy on to
victory (50 Votes, 30 percent)
2. Root Rex and 'Da Bears' on
to victory (35 Votes, 21 percent)
3. Watch for all the new TV
ads (40 Votes, 24 percent)
4. Rent a video (44 Votes, 26
percent)


that he was incredible."
Recently, the tabloid press
has speculated that Martinez
was seeing someone else.
In the statement, the cou-
ple said that "the media's
false accusations of disloyalty
have saddened them both."
Minogue recently complet-
ed her Showgirl Homecoming
tour, although she was forced
to cancel two concerts last
month because of a respirato-
ry tract infection.


CITRUS COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL PET PROFILES


The Citrus County Animal
Control Shelter has online
listings of impounded ani-
mals. Go to the Web page
http://animalcontrol.citrus.fl.
us/ and click on "Impounded
Animals" to begin a search.


NAME: (none) NAME: (none)
AGE: puppy AGE: puppy
SEX: M SEX: F
ID #: 60138 ID #: 77077


To enquire about the ani-
mals listed here, refer to the
type (cat or dog), age group
and gender in a search.
The shelter can help you
save an iinnocent pet. The
shelter is in Inverness near


NAME:-.(none)
AGE: puppy
SEX: M
ID #: 77075


NAME: (none)
AGE: puppy
SEX: M
ID #: 77073


the airport. It is open for
adoptions from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Monday through Friday
and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday.
Call 726-7660 for more
information.


Financial assistance for
spaying and neutering of
your adopted pet is avail-
able through the Humani-
tarians of Florida, 563-2370,
or from the Humane Society
of Citrus County, 341-2222.


W -

NAME: (none) NAME: (none) NAME: (none) NAME: (none)
AGE: puppy AGE: puppy AGE: puppy AGE: puppy
SEX: M SEX: F SEX: M SEX: M
ID #: 77070 ID #: 77069 ID #: 76742 tD #: 76587


Spotlight on Ai. .. TI.ES



Roth reunites



with Van Halen


The weather REPORT == ==-.-


City H
Daytona Bch. 63
Ft. Lauderdale 73
Fort Myers 69
Gainesville 60
Homestead 74
Jacksonville 60
Key West 73
Lakeland 66
Melbourne 67


F'cast
ptcldy
shwrs
ptcldy
ptcldy
shwrs
ptcldy
shwrs
ptcldy
ptcldy


City
Miami
Ocala
Orlando
Pensacola
Sarasota
Tallahassee
Tampa
Vero Beach
W. Palm Bch.


Northeast winds from 10 to 15 knots. Seas
2 to 4 feet. Bay and inland waters will have
a moderate chop. Partly cloudy skies and


F'cast
shwrs
ptcldy
ptcldy
sunny
ptcldy
ptcldy
ptcldy
ptcldy
shwrs


Gulf water
temperature


seasonable conditions today. 6 2 0

,Taken at Egmont Key

Location Fri. Sat. Full
Withlacoochee at Holder 28.64 28.48 35.52
Tsala Apopka-Hernando 35.51 35.63 39.25
Tsala Apopka-lnverness 36.25 36.31 40.60
Tsala Apopka-Floral City 36.71 36.82 42.40
Levels reported in feet above sea level. Flood stage for lakes are based on 2.33-year flood, the mean-
annual flood which has a 43-precent chance of being equaled or exceeded in any one year. This data is
obtained from the Southwest Florida Water Management District and Is subject to revision. In no event will
the District or the United States Geological Survey be liable for any damages arising out of the use of this
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Tide times are for the mouths of the rivers.
Sunday Monday
City High/Low High/Low High/Low High/Low
Chassahowitzka 6:31 a/2:30 a 7:26 p/3:00 p 7:09 a/3:05 a 7:46 p/3:25 p
Crystal River 4:52 a/12:22 p 5:47 p/- 5:30 a/12:27 a 6:07 p/12:47 p
Withlacoochee 2:39 a/10:10 a 3:34 p/10:15 p 3:17 a/10:35 a 3:54 p/10:50 p
Homosassa 5:41 a/1:29 a 6:36 p/1:59 p 6:19 a/2:04 a 6:56 p/2:24 p


FOUR DAY OUTLOOK
TODAY Exclusive daily forecast by:
High: 64 Low: 38
Partly cloudy skies and
seasonable.


MONDAY
High: 64 Low: 39
Mostly sunny skies and seasonable.


TUESDAY
High: 59 Low: 33
Mostly sunny skies and a bit cooler.


WEDNESDAY
High: 65 Low: 41
Mostly sunny skies and milder.


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


60/54
85/26
49/72
57
-3
0.08 in.
1.20 in.
2.23 in.
3.60 in.


*As of 6 p.m.from Hernando County Airport
UV INDEX: 1
0-2 minimal, 3-4 low, 5-6 moder-
ate, 7-9 high, 10+ very high
BAROMETRIC PRESSURE


Saturday at 3 p.m. 30.21 in.
DEW POINT
Saturday at 3 p.m. 50
HUMIDITY
Saturday at 3 p.m. 69%
POLLEN COUNT**
Trees were heavy, grasses were
moderate and weeds were
absent.
"Light only extreme allergic will show symp-
toms, moderate most allergic will experience
symptoms, heavy all allergic will experience
symptoms.
AIR QUALITY
Saturday was good with pollut-
ants mainly articulates.


{DC ,TO,,.SUNSET TONIGHT..........................6:12 P.M.
SSUNRISE TOMORROW.....................7:17 A.M.
3 0^ c ,- MOONRISE TODAY ...........................8:36 P.M.
1B.10 FB.17 FEB.24 MAJICH8 MOONSET TODAY ............................8:43 A.M.

DATE DAY MINOR MAJOR .....MINOR MAJOR
DATE DAY MINOR MAJOR MINOR MAJOR


(MORNING)
2/4 SUNDAY 6:58 12:48
2/5 MONDAY 7:43 1:33


(AFTERNOON)
7:19 1:08
8R:n 1:.5;


Today's Fire Danger Rating Is: MODERATE. There Is no burn ban.
For more information call Florida Division of Forestry at (352) 754-6777. For more
information on drought conditions, please visit the Division of Forestry's Web site:
http://flame.fl-dof.com/flre weather/kbdi


The current lawn watering restriction for the unincorporated areas of Citrus County
allow residents to water once a week. For county, Crystal River and Inverness residents,
addresses ending in 0 or 1, or A through E can water Mondays; addresses ending in 2 or 3,
or F through J can water Tuesdays; addresses ending In 4 or 5, or K through 0 can water
Wednesday; addresses ending in 6 or 7, or P through U can water Thursdays; addresses
ending in 8 or 9, or V through Z can water Fridays.
Properties under two acres in size may only water before 8 a.m. or after 6 p.m. on their day
and properties two acres or larger may only water before 10 a.m. or after 4 p.m. on their day.


THE NATION


FORECAST FOR 3:00 P.M.
SUNDAY


City
Albany
Albuquerque
Anchorage
Asheville
Atlanta
Atlantic City
Austin
Baltimore
Billings
Birmingham
Boise
Boston
Brownsville
Buffalo
Burlington, VT
Charleston, SC
Charleston, WV
Charlotte
Chicago
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbia, SC
Columbus, OH
Concord
Corpus Christi
Dallas
Denver
Des Moines
Detroit
El Paso
Evansville
Harrisburg
Hartford
Honolulu
Houston
Indianapolis
Jackson
Kansas City
Las Vegas
Little Rock
Los Angeles
Louisville
Memphis
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
Mobile
Montgomery
Nashville


Saturday
H L Pcp.
29 16
47 16
34 25
38 19
42 25
34 26
52 24
34 22
25 10
44 21 .01
42 15
35 25 .07
62 51
19 10 .11
30 17 .01
47 37
34 16
42 22
11 -2
31 9
19 4
46 29
25 6
30 17 .02
57 42
53 22
35 14
10 -3
18 4
57 24
31 10
30 16
35 23 .01
77 58
53 33
19 6
49 23
19 5
60 34
49 19
65 45
33 14
44 21
9 -3
1 -13
48 30
46 27
42 16


Sunday
Fcst H L
ptcldy 18 1
ptcldy 51 28
ptcldy 28 15
ptcldy 35 17
sunny 51 29
ptcldy 28 15
sunny 65 38
ptcldy 28 10
flurry 37 14
sunny 50 28
cldy 49 32
ptcldy 29 10
shwrs 60 57
snow 9 2
snshr 14 -2
sunny 56 33
ptcldy 23 10
ptcldy 46 23
ptcldy 1 -9
ptcldy 18 4
snow 8 3
sunny 53 28
flurry 12 2
ptcldy 22 1
ptcldy 66 50
sunny 57 36
ptcldy 42 22
ptcldy 4 -10
snow 6 0
sunny 62 33
ptcldy 27 11
ptcldy 24 10
ptcidy 22 6
sunny 77 64
sunny 66 46
flurry 12 -4
fair 56 30
sunny 24 7
sunny 66 38
sunny 47 28
sunny 81 49
pteldy 27 9
sunny 43 26
ptcldy 2 -10
ptcidy -2 -15
sunny 60 32
sunny 57 30
ptcldy 38 18


Saturday Sunday
City H L Pcp. Fcst H 'L
New Orleans 45 38 sunny 61 38
New York City 35 23 ptcldy 21 11
Norfolk 42 33 ptcldy 44 23
Oklahoma City 47 20 sunny 43 21
Omaha 8 -4 sunny 13 -4
Palm Springs 72 42 sunny 80 60
Philadelphia 33 23 ptcldy 25 8
Phoenix 66 42 sunny 77 47
Pittsburgh 24 2 ptcldy 10 1
Portland, ME 30 22 .02 ptcldy 26 3
Portland, Ore 41 27 .17 ptcldy 57 40
Providence 35 25 .01 ptcldy 29 10
Raleigh 45 27 fair 44 22
Rapid City 24 -13 cidy 25 ,4
Reno 60 21 sunny 62 25
Rochester 22 9 snshr 11 ,0.
Sacramento 61 33 sunny 66 42
St. Louis 21 13 ptcldy 25 b
St. Ste. Marie 7 -6 .14 snow -1 -10
Salt Lake City 43 18 ptcldy 38 17
San Antonio 50 34 sunny 65 4,4
San Diego 65 48 sunny 76 49
San Francisco' 61 42 sunny 68 46
Savannah 47 36 fair 58 32
Seattle 42 31 .11 shwrs 54 41
Spokane 32 9 snow 37 29
Syracuse 22 13 snshr 15 4
Topeka 21 6 sunny 27 p
Washington 37 24 ptcldy 30 14
YESTERDAY'S NATIONAL HIGH & LOW'
HIGH 85 Marathon, Fla, LOW -29 Devils Lake. N.D.


SUNDAY
CITY H/L/SKY
Acapulco 88/75/pc
Amsterdam 45/34/s
Athens 48/37/pc
Beijing 44/31/pc
Berlin 42/31/s
Bermuda 71/60/sh
Cairo 56/41/pc
Calgary 30/23/sn
Havana 82/67/pc
Hong Kong 76/62/pc
Jerusalem 57/46/sh


Lisbon
London
Madrid
Mexico City
Montreal
Moscow
Paris
Rio
Rome
Sydney
Tokyo
Toronto
Warsaw


KEY TO CONDITIONS: c=cloudy; dr=drizzle; f=fair; h=hazy; pc=partly cloudy; r=ralnr
rs=raln/snow mix; s=sunny; sh=showers; sn=snow; ts=thunderstorms; w=windy.
@2007 Weather Central, Madison, Wl.


55/41/pc
49/39Ks
53/39/sh
69/49/sh
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17/5/sn
53/40/s
87/75/is
47/36/s
87/69/pc
56/44(s
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Associated Press
Pauly Shore, center, and guests arrive at the Maxim Super
Bowl XLI party Friday in the South Beach section of Miami
Beach.


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the reunion. Late last year he
was replaced by Eddie Van
Halen's 15-year-old son
Wolikang.
On March 12 Van Halen will
be inducted into the Rock and
Roll Hall of Fame at a ceremo-
ny in New York.

Kylie Minogue splits
with four-year beau
LONDON The Australian
singer Kylie Minogue and her
boyfriend of four years have
announced their separation.
Minogue ly resumed
performing after treatment for
breast cancer diagnosed in
2005. In November, the 38-
year-old singer told Elle maga-
zine that her boyfriend,
Olivier Martinez, had been an
"incredible" support during
her illness.
She and Martinez, a 41-year-
old French actor who was in
"Before Night Falls" and the
recently released "Blood and
Chocolate," confirmed the
split in a statement late


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CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


Toda in


Today is Sunday, Feb. 4, the
35th day of 2007. There are 330
days left in the year.
Today's Highlight in History;
On Feb. 4, 1789, electors chose
George Washington to be the first
president of the United States
(however, the results of the ballot-
ing were not counted in the U.S.
Senate until two months later).
On this date:
In 1783, Britain declared a for-
mal cessation of hostilities with its
former colonies, the United States
of America.
In 1801, John Marshall was
sworn in as chief justice of the 3
United States.
In 1861, delegates from six
southern states met in
Montgomery, Ala., to form the
Confederate States of America. -
In 1932, New York Gov. Franklin
D. Roosevelt opened the Winter,
Olympic Games at Lake Placid.'.
In 1945, President Roosevelt,,'
British Prime Minister Winston
Churchill and Soviet leader Josef;
Stalin began a wartime conference
at Yalta.
In 1974, newspaper heiress
Patricia Hearst was kidnapped in'
Berkeley, Calif., by the
Symbionese Liberation Army.
In 1977, 11 people were killed
when two Chicago Transit
Authority trains collided on an ele'-
vated track.
In 1987, pianist Liberace died at
his Palm Springs, Calif., home at,
age 67.
Ten years ago: A civil jury in
Santa Monica, Calif., found O.J.
Simpson liable for the deaths of
his ex-wife, Nicole Brown
Simpson, and her friend, Ronald i
Goldman, awarding $8.5 million in
compensatory damages to
Goldman's parents.
Five years ago: President Buqh
proposed a $2.13 trillion budget,
including billions to fight terrorism.
One year ago: Thousands of
Syrians enraged by caricatures of
Islam's revered prophet torched
the Danish and Norwegian
embassies in Damascus.
Today's Birthdays: Former
Vice President Dan Quayle is 60.:
Rock singer Alice Cooper is 59.
Actor Michael Beck is 58. Actres,
Lisa Eichhom is 55. Rock singer
Tim Booth is 47. Actress GabriellI
Anwar is 37. Singer Natalie
Imbruglia is 32.
Thought for Today: "Habit is
necessary; it is the habit of having
habits, of turning a trail into a rut,
that must be incessantly fought
against if one is to remain alive."
Edith Wharton, American author
(1862-1937).











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Insurer will dump 38,000


But company says its 80,000 AARP

policies will not be affected by cutback


Associated Press

TAMPA The Hartford
Financial Services group says
;Ait will drop about 38,000 prop-
erty insurance policies in the
next 18 to 30 months, about a
third of its business and per-


sonal policies in the state.
However, The Hartford's
80,000 Florida participants in a
separate program with the
AARP will not be affected by
the company's decision this
week to reduce its Florida
property insurance exposure,


said Joe Loparco, a spokesman
at The Hartford's Connecticut
headquarters.
"By no means are we pulling
out," Loparco said.
The decision comes just
after Gov. Charlie Crist and the
Florida Cabinet enacted an
emergency rule that freezes
insurance rates and prevents
cancellations through the end
of the hurricane season, Nov.
30. Last month, the Legislature
in special session passed a bill


that is expected to result in give the company an opportu-
lower rates. nity to evaluate the state's new
Lawmakers were reacting to rules, company President Don
consumer complaints that Matz said. He said the compa-
rates have doubled or tripled ny is not pulling out of the
in recent years after the state state, however.
was hit by eight hurricanes in "The irony here is prior to
2004 and 2005. the legislative session, we were
Separately, the president of actually opening up a matrix to
Tower Hill Insurance Group zrU!ow more new business,"
Inc. said Friday that the Matz said. "We were being very
Gainesville company has ;bullish, but now we are taking
stopped writing new policies in a step back and reassessing our
16 Florida counties. That will strategy. .


Eugene Nix, 45, waits for the glue to dry on his wooden airplane Friday during a crafts session of the Family and Friends of
Retarded Adults in Inverness. The parent group gets together with their children most Fridays for activities that include picnics
and potluck dinners. "We give them a lot of exposure," says group president Ron Phillips. "A lot of them don't get a chance to
get out." He said soon the group would add shopping to the list of Friday activities. Phillips said parents of retarded adults are
encouraged to join the group. For more information, call Phillips at 382-7819.




Workshop focus links poverty, learning


CRUSTY LOFTIS
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle

Community members can
learn about the "hidden rules"
governing poverty, middle class
and wealth to help children and
community members succeed.
The Early Learning Coa-
lition of the Nature Coast is
sponsoring a workshop based
on Dr. Ruby Payne's best-sell-
ing book, "A Framework for
Understanding Poverty."
'The problem, though enor-
mous, is pretty straightfor-
ward: Poverty has a tremen-
jdous impact on how we learn,
communicate, behave and
view ourselves," according to


Coalition deputy director Susie
Lloyd. "Most teachers/employ-
ers are from middle class -
with middle-class values, atti-
tudes and expectations and
need advice and tools to better
connect with those individuals
living in poverty and help them
succeed."
The workshop will be from
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday,
Feb. 24, at the Crystal River
High School Cafetorium.
During the day, participants
will get a better understanding
of poverty's impacts on chil-
dren and how it affects their
communication, motivation,
school performance and
behavior. People will learn
how to identify the strengths


Poverty has a
tremendous impact on
how we learn,
communicate, behave
and view ourselves.


SSusie Lloyd
deputy director of Early Learning Coalition

and abilities of children and
individuals from poverty, and
arrange teaching opportunities
that increase interest, reten-
tion and achievement


* WHAT: Workshop
about understanding
poverty.
1-WHEN: 8:30 a.m. to
3:30 p.m. Saturday,
Feb. 24.
* WHERE: Crystal
River High School
Cafetorium.
* COST: Free, but pre
registration is
advised.
* GET INFO: Call the
Early Learning
Coalition at 563.
9939 or go to www.
elc-naturecoast.org.
to pre-register.


SECO


boosts


2007


awards

Scholarships will

increase to $2,500

Special to the Chronicle
Sumter Electric Cooperative
will once again offer up to 12
scholarships to high school
seniors.
In the past, the Co-op award-
ed $2,000
to each ON THE NET
S E C 0 Following sites
scholar. have school.
This year, arhsip infor.
those sen- nation:
i o r s syf.org; findtu
selected ition.com;
"for schol- careersandcol
a r s h i p leges.com;
awards freecollege
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each.
Selection of students will be
based on each individual's
past and present activities in
school and the community,
financial need and scholastic
record.
All applicants will be evalu-
ated by an independent panel
of educators from around the
SECO service territory.
Graduates must reside in a
home being served by SECO
and be enrolled in an accredit-
ed college, university or voca-
tional/technical school by the
end of 2007.
Applications are now avail-.
able at area high school guid-
ance offices and at any of
SECO's customer service cen-
ters in Marion, Lake, Citrus
and Sumter counties. They
must be returned to SECO no
later than March 23.
SECO officials pointed out
that other scholarship
resources can be found on the
Internet, including the follow-
ing sites: syf.org; find
tuition.com; careersandcoll
eges.com; and freecollege
scholarships.net


Associated Press
LADY LAKE Gov. Charlie
.Crist handled the first natural
-disaster since taking office
quickly and compassionately,
.and his concern and leader-
ship in the wake of a deadly
tornado earned him respect
from other officials Saturday
". "I don't know every detail
but best I can tell he responded
quickly, mobilized support, got
-n the ground fast, showed
compassion and concern,"
Bush said in an e-mail to The
, Associated Press. "I think he is
leading well."
SThose on the ground with
.rist shared the praise. Maj.
ren. Douglas Burnett, the
adjutant general of the Florida
,Guard, said he had designated
'places for Crist to land on a hel-
icopter tour, but when Crist
*saw devastated neighborhoods,
he asked. to break from the
schedule e and see people affect-
ed by the storm.
"He goes to the people,"
Burnett said. "It was pretty
interesting to see him land, go


into the community, go door-to-
door."
Crist met a woman in Lady
Lake who didn't have milk for
her baby, and he personally
went to a convenience store,
bought milk and sandwiches
and returned, Burnett said.
Crist returned to Lady Lake
on Saturday and did another
aerial tour of the damage. He
also walked around the Church
of God, which was destroyed by
the tornado, and greeted volun-
teers helping to remove debris.
"Great job, sir," one volun-
teer said to him. Crist respond-
ed, "No, you you're doing a
great job. I appreciate it very
much."
Crist doesn't have to worry
about getting supplies into a
vast, powerless area. The tor-
nado cut through central
Florida like a razor for miles,
and supermarkets, gas stations
and stores remained open.
But where it hit, it hit hard,
and that wasn't lost on Crist.
"The surgical strike that a
tornado creates I 'think is
unsurpassed by anything I


Volusia County Sheriff Ben Johnson, left, shakes hands with
Governor Charlie Crist at Volusia County's operations command
center Friday in DeLand. Crist made a brief appearance to talk to
media and fly over the damage in Volusia County after visiting Lake
County.


have seen," Crist said. "Some
of these places it looked like
the surface of the moon after-
ward. It was absolutely wiped
out. To see that kind of intensi-
ty, it's unbelievable."


Sen. Mel Martinez, a fellow
Republican who has toured
with Bush after hurricanes,
liked what he saw in Crist.
"He's on top of it all and he's
been mobilizing all the


resources. It's his first go at it
,and I'm very impressed. I think
he's doing great," Martinez
said.
Sen. Bill Nelson, a
Democrat, also praised the
new governor, saying Crist
went out of his way to make
sure he and Martinez could
tour the area with Federal
Emergency Management
Agency Director David
Paulison.
"We just really appreciate
this inclusive, very proactive
approach that Gov. Crist is tak-
ing," Nelson said.
Crist immediately showed
that being in the area was his
top priority. Early Friday, he
canceled a press conference to
release his $71.2 billion state
budget proposal. He stayed
overnight Friday in Ocala so he
could get back to Lake Mary
quickly Saturday. He planned
to return to the area again
Sunday morning for a service
outside the destroyed church.
Crist is also breaking plans to
go to the Super Bowl in Miami
on Sunday night


or needs further information,
call the Habitat for Humanity
Citrus County office at 563-
2744.

From staff reports


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Sticking around until the glue dries


Crist praised for quick, compassionate response to tornado


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CounBRIEFS

Veterans plan
Purple Heart event
The combat wounded veter-
ans of Aaron A. Weaver
Chapter 776 Military Order of
the Purple Heart (MOPH) invite
all veterans and the public to
attend its Third annual Purple
Heart Ceremony at 11 a.m.
Saturday Feb. 17, at the Fallen
Heroes Monument, Bicentennial
Park, Crystal River.
The ceremony will commem-
orate the legacy of the Purple
Heart and pay tribute to Citrus
County's fallen heroes. Also, Lt.
David DeCadro of the. Citrus .
County Sheriffs Office, who
was wounded in the line of duty
while protecting and serving the
citizens of Citrus County,.will be
honored.
For more information, visit
the Chapter 776 Web site at
www.citruspurpleheart.org or
call 382-3847.
Rainbow Springs
POA sets new date
The reconvening of the
adjourned Rainbow Springs
Property Owners Association
(POA) annual membership
meeting of Jan. 22, 2007, will
occur at 9 a.m. Wednesday,
Feb. 14, at the Dunnellon Bingo
Hall, 20520 E. Pennsylvania
Ave.
The meeting will be held to
elect eight board directors for
the 2007 year.
The agenda also includes
voting on two, one-time special
assessments: one for $30 for
expansion of the
current Property Owners
Association office, and one for
$15 for new entranceway sig-
nage and landscaping
upgrades.
Election office to
update voter cards
Address confirmation cards
will be mailed to all registered .
voters who have not voted in
the last two general elections,
and to those registered voters
who did not make a request
that their registration records be
updated during that time.
This process is in accordance
with Florida Statute 98.065, and
is effective in maintaining the
integrity of our voter registration
records.
Voters who receive an
address confirmation card will
be asked to verify the informa-
tion printed on the card. If the
information is incorrect, please
print your corrected information
and promptly., mail. the pre-paid
postcard back to the elections
office.
If you receive this postcard
in error, simply return the pre-
paid postcard back to the elec-
tions office.
In addition, you may change
your address with the elections
office by calling 341-6740 or by
e-mailing: vote@elections.cit
rus.fl.us.
Maintaining accurate voter
registration records ensures
voters receive important elec-
tion information in a timely and
efficient manner.
Call the elections office at
341-6740 with questions.
Habitat for Humanity
plans orientation
Habitat for Humanity of
Citrus County will have an ori-
entation for potential homeown-
ers from 10 a.m. to noon
Saturday, Feb. 24, at the Seven
Rivers Presbyterian Church,
4221 Gulf-to-Lake Highway,
Lecanto.
This is the only way to
receive an application.
Guidelines and requirements
for potential homeowners will
be reviewed at this meeting.
Habitat for Humanity's goal is
to eliminate substandard hous-
ing and homelessness by pro-
viding decent, affordable, low-
income housing to those in
need.
Anyone who plans to attend








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"That's kind of a mystery
we're trying to unravel," Kraus
said.
The electronic tracker on the
crane is still submitting a near-
by signal. There's a chance and
some hope that the bird may be
alive, but he reminded bobcats
and other predators are also in
the refuge. Bobcats have killed
whooping cranes associated
with the project in the past.
The reintroduction project
to increase crane populations
is now in its sixth year, with 85
cranes trained to fly from
Necedah National Wildlife
Refuge in Wisconsin to
Florida.


Whooping cranes are an ultralight airplanes. The birds were last checked
endangered species, with num- Because the goal is to keep on Thursday evening. Because
bers that had dwindled to only the cranes completely wild, of the magnitude of the storm
15 in 1940. Currently, there are researchers wear nondescript and the remote location of the
fewer than 500 whoopers in clothing and do not talk around pen, personnel were unable to
North America. the birds, so they do not get check on the cranes until
The 2006 class was delayed accustomed to being around Friday afternoon.
several times during its migra- humans. Researchers also feed "My heart is aching both for
tion this year because-of heavy-- thej.izrdsusing crane puppets the young birds we lost and for
wind and cold weather; howev- and have thi~jl6t -fly-in ces----the._dedicated people who
er, when the birds arrived in tumes. devote so much of themselves-
January, it was the first year The Chassahowitzka site is to this project, only to see the
the entire flock survived the penned in to protect the cranes cranes' lives- end in this man-
1,200-mile trip, Kraus said. from predators; however, the ner," co-chair of the Whooping
"Overall, the project has birds may come and go as they Crane Eastern Partnership
been a great success in spite of choose. The location is on a John Christian wrote in a news
what happened," Kraus said. small salt marsh island with a release. "These bird were the
When the cranes are first stilted shed for researches to start of a new generation of life
hatched, the birds will follow unobtrusively study the ani- for the species, but we will
the first object they see a mals. recover and continue our work.
behavior known as imprinting. Kraus said teams are in the Our thoughts also go out to
Researchers act as the birds' beginning stages of determin- those in central Florida who
surrogate parents and slowly ing the actual cause of death suffered personal losses as a
train them to fly and follow for the 17 birds. result of these storms."


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CLEANUP
Continued from Page 1A

agency said after touring the
^rea Saturday morning with
:'Gov. Charlie Crist
As the storm aftermath wore
D I, the nerves of some residents
:wre beginning to unravel.
Dale Bridges, 41, who lives
..cpross the street from the dam-
ed church in Lady Lake, was
complainingg about the traffic
t-nh the area, and felt that all the
media attention on the area
'waas slowing the recovery
process.


QUITTING
Continued from Page 1A

^adsic training, smokers got to
'take smoke breaks, and anyone
:'t-ho smoked gladly broke for-
,'iation to have a cigarette.
:"Over the years I wasn't a
AjIeavy, heavy smoker; I didn't
Kmhoke at all at work (as a den-
,l lab technician)," he said.
:But over time, instead of a
lack or two a week I was get-
Sting to where I was smoking a
-pack a day."
S_'O'Brien said drinking was a
gradual process, too.
* "It was a way of life," he said.
"'Everything I did revolved
.Waound beer drinking, no mat-
,tAr what we did golf, horse-
: shoes, bowling I really loved
Sbeer. People don't realize that
.it becomes such a part of your
Life, and suddenly when you're
*'trying to cut it out or cut down
e-, it's a lot more difficult than
people realize."
SHis turning point came when
*a friend from childhood died
from cirrhosis of the liver.


HEALTHY
'- Continued from Page 1A

'Hausheer said she doesn't
:i ink of losing weight as a one-
tihie event, reaching a goal so
:she can go back to eating "nor-
'-ally" again, as many dieters
Sthi nk. To her, eating healthfully
:ia lifestyle change and a life-
_inie process.
:-As a child growing up in
M*Vtichigan, Hausheer wasn't
yfmn, she said, but she wasn't
?6erweight She ate plain, mid-
Western comfort foods meat-
-34af and mashed potatoes and
.gavy. She ate lots of TV din-
4:fers and processed foods and
Svatched a lot of television.
,,',She moved to Florida in 1980
Ahd attended classes at Central
Florida Community College
#itd also started working there
; a student assistant After
'aduating from the University
$ South Florida with a bache-
;!3r's degree in elementary edu-
Ction and a master's degree in
:.atuilt education, Hausheer
taught English and reading at
G:-FCC for 11 years Currently,
.he is an executive staff assis-
,Ant at the Lecanto campus.
,Ail those years, she ate what-
vyer was convenient hot
-&gs instead of broiled chick-
0!:'


"I'm going to drink for the
rest of the day," Bridges said as
he carried two 12-packs of beer
to his home. "It's a carnival
down there."
At least one tornado, with
winds estimated at up to 200
mph, hit between 3 and 4 a.m.
Friday, when few people were
awake to hear tornado warn-
ings on radio and TV
The cleanup task was daunt-
ing Saturday as showers
soaked roofless homes, and
piles of twisted aluminum sid-
ing, bricks, belongings, tree
limbs and lumber Power lines
were down and traffic signals
out in many areas.


"It hit me pretty hard, so
that's when I quit drinking," he
said, adding that it was a lot
harder than quitting smoking
because it involved his whole
lifestyle.
"It was the military mentali-
ty; it's how we bonded," he
said. "How can you have a 4th
of July picnic without cold
beer? That's how I thought"
Regaining control of
an out-of-control life
By the time O'Brien realized
he needed to quit, he was
drinking a 12-pack of beer a
day His weight had ballooned
to 215 while he was in Alaska at
his last Air Force assignment
before moving back to Florida.
"I didn't know I was that out
of control," he said.
Once he stopped drinking -
a 12-pack contains between
1,500 and 1,800 calories he
started losing weight
He had gone eight months
without a beer, had cut out eat-
ing white bread, chips and sat-
urated fats. His weight
dropped to 159.
Then he tried drinking a


en, a bag of potato chips
instead of a meal.
"The weight started creeping
up on me about age 35," she
said. "I'd knock it down and it
would creep up again, and then
it crept way up. When I got to
230 I1 thought, 'This is what I'm
going to be."'
Did somebody
say can't?
She said she had given up
and resigned herself to being
overweight the rest of her life.
But she also knew diabetes ran
in her immediate family and
she knew firsthand how diffi-
cult and devastating that dis-
ease can be.
"I felt my biggest enemy was
going to be diabetes, and I
wanted to do everything I
could to battle genetic factors,"
she said.
Then something clicked. She
had told herself she couldn't
lose weight
"The kind of person I am, if
you say I can't do something,
I'm going to show you that I
can." she said. "So when I said
'I can't,' my brain went, "Did
somebody say can't"'"
She said in 2005 she made a
New Year's resolution to lose
weight and shortly after that
she learned of the annual
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Reeves, 48, sort through her
belongings and patch a big hole
in her roof. Reeves was amazed
that her home wasn't leveled
like hundreds of others in this
area about 50 miles north of
Orlando.
"The Good Lord slipped and
missed, or luck of the draw,"
she said.
The governor, handling the
first natural disaster since he
took office Jan. 2, said some
stricken areas looked like "the
surface of the moon." Crist can-
celed plans to attend Sunday's
Super Bowl in Miami to stay in
central Florida.


CLASS OPEN NOW
The next smoking cessa-
tion class begins at 6
p m. Tuesday at the
Citrus County Health
Department, 3OO00 W.
Sovereign Path, Lecanto.
For information, call Torn
O'Brien at 527.5560.

non-alcoholic beer
"It went down so good that I
said, 'Maybe if I buy a six-pack
(of regular beer) I can keep it
under control.' But I started
going back into that cycle
again, so I just stayed away
from it," he said. He started
walking, too.
Now he eats a lot of vegeta-
bles and salads and leads a
walking group around the
grounds behind the health
department building in
Lecanto several times a week.
Walking is his main exercise.
He said the key to improving
your health is making behav-
ioral changes, trading
unhealthy habits with healthy
ones.


signed up to be part of a team
at CFCC.
"We started walking, and it
took me a long time," she said.
"When I started, I was drag-
ging. I'd huff and puff and
moan and groan, but I have to
credit my friends; they stuck
with me."
She said walking got easier,
but she felt stiff, so she added a
yoga class, which helped her
stretch and loosen up, which
helped her walk longer, faster
and farther.
"I had a lot more endurance
and flexibility," she said.
Then she bought a pilates
machine and she has recently
started a belly dancing class,
just for fun.
"That's something that never
in a million years would I have
done before," she said.
As far as food choices,
Hausheer said she started
reading nutrition labels with
the goal of reducing her fat per-
centage and total calorie
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Crist praised the residents
and charitable groups who
pitched in to help clean up.
Neighboring Marion County
sent a group of low-risk
inmates, dressed in green-and-
white striped jail clothes.
Some religious groups served
food to rescue workers and vic-
tims, while about 40 National
Guard members distributed
blankets, food and water
"This is not just government.
.This is people helping people
and doing what's right," Crist
said at a news conference with
Paulison, U.S. Sens. Bill
Nelson and Mel Martinez and
other officials.


"One thing I tell people is
that quitting smoking itself is
not a behavioral change," he
said. "People who quit smoking
often replace it with overeat-
ing; that's why they gain
weight. A behavioral change is
doing something healthy in
place of something unhealthy,"
he said.
He also said it's important to
know your triggers, whether it
involves eating, smoking or
drinking.
"One of my biggest triggers is
football," he said. "Your mind
says, 'Wow, it's time to drink
some beer.' At the beginning,
that was a battle. Now, I'll
think about it and the thought
passes.
"When a craving comes, get
up and focus your attention on
something else and it goes
away," he said.
"It took me four serious
attempts to quit smoking until I
was able to say, 'That's it,"' he
said. "Guilt eats you up more
than anything else, especially
when you're trying so hard. But
everybody slips; you just brush
yourself off and press on.


to sodium content and quit
buying processed foods as
much as possible, sacrificing
convenience for health.
"No more Hamburger
Helper-y kind of stuff," she
said.
She also set small, attainable
goals, five pounds at a time.
"I'd go to the store and hold a
5-pound bag of sugar, and every
time I lost another five pounds,
I'd go to the store and pick up
another bag," she said. "I fon-
dled more sugar, and I'm sure
the guy in Publix wondered, 'Is
she going to buy it, or what?"'
"I was so self-conscious
before and uncomfortable with
me. ,I wasn't in control," she
said. "But now I feel so much
better I'm not aiming for per-
fect I'm aiming for healthy."




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Tate Tapscott, 38, who lives
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father and son dead, buried
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"He was still holding on to
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Eagle count sets record Georgia officials

LsAngel patrol waters


.;ROCKPORT, Wash. The
eI.ent record rain, snow and
Ve storms in Washington state
ktlat downed power lines and
Wised millions of dollars in
fperty damage had at least
6he salutary effect: A record
0mber of bald eagles were
nted in Skagit County, north
tSeattle.
Jim Alt, a bald eagle expert
fpr the Nature Conservancy,
Vnds on the bank of the Skagit
Never in Howard Miller
steelheadd Park From a clear-
4 of hemlock, cottonwood,
ier and silver fir trees, he
ints to a rocky bar in the river.
-'"On Jan. 2, there were 350
bi*ds right here," he says. "I
uldn't believe it I thought I
niade a mistake. It was an
incredible sight"
- The annual National
winterr Bald Eagle Survey'
fordinated "by the U.S.
geological Survey occurs in 42
states and has helped document
the recovery of the bald eagles,
hose numbers had dropped by
1963 to only 417 nesting pairs in
the lower 48 states.
-The birds were listed as an
endangered species in 1967,
even before the Endangered
Species Act became law in 1973.
gYet by 1995, the population
Waid recovered to the point
where its official status was
changed from endangered to
lr*eatened. Today, there are
;lore than 7,000 nesting pairs
giving in the contiguous U.S.,
'nd this month the U.S. Fish
had Wildlife Service is expect-
to announce the complete
e-listing of the birds.
,1_jn most places the counting
occurs in one week in January.:


Associated Press
A bald eagle scopes its surroundings Wednesday while perched high up In a tree near Meigs Road
northeast of Livingston, Mont.


But in the Skagit River Bald
Eagle Natural Area, 8,000 acres
overseen by the Nature
Conservancy, the birds are
counted weekly from
November through February.
The eagles start to leave in
February, returning north to
their nesting areas.
Most of these eagles nest and
breed in Alaska and western
Canada. "The more ice and
snow, in the winter the farther
south the birds will fly to find
food," says Jim Watson, a
wildlife researcher with the
Washington State Department
of Fish and Game, who studies
migratory birds. 'And most of
our harsh weather this year
came from the north. That may


have brought more eagles to the
Skagit River this year."
Counting eagles isn't an exact
science. Alt carries a notebook
and records the birds he sees in
half-mile segments of his 12-
mile territory along the river.
While it is possible that some
birds are counted twice, or
overlooked, because the count-
ing is done on a weekly basis
during the winter roosting peri-
od, comparing the numbers
week to week, year to year, vali-
dates the process.
And Alt clearly knows what
he's doing. He records the
behavior of each bird he counts
- eating, perching, circling and
its age adult, sub-adult, juve-
nile.


Young eagles are easy to spot,
he says. "It isn't just the heads,
it's also their size, and they way
they fly"
The juveniles have brown
heads, which turn to white as
they mature in four to five
years.
The growing birds are larger
than adult birds, with extra
feathers like training wheels to
help them fly.
"Given the record number of
breeding pairs distributed
across the country, the evidence
suggests. that the bald eagle no
longer needs the protection of
the Endangered Species Act,"
says Chris Tollefson, chief of
public affairs for the Fish and
Wildlife Service.


to protect whales


Associated Press

ST SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. -
Scanning the waves of a ship-
ping channel nine miles off-
shore, Cpl. Ron Harris and
ranger Wil Smith strained to
listen for any sign of a north-
ern right whale.
But they only heard the bari-
tone horn of the channel mark-
er buoy instead of the rough
gust of breath that the whales
typically make.
"It's good, because there are
no whales in the ship channel
that could be hit by a vessel.
But it's bad, because there
aren't that many right whales
left anymore," Harris said.
There are only about 300
right whales, which are a criti-
cally endangered species and
among the most endangered
large whales on the planet
The northern right whale's
only known calving grounds
are the waters off Georgia and
northeast Florida. Mother
whales and their calves winter
in coastal waters close to com-
mercial shipping lanes and
some fishing grounds from
November through March.
The two officers, along with
others from the state
Department of Natural
Resources, patrol the waters
and shipping channel along
the state's 118-mile coast The
officers are deputized with the
authority to enforce federal
laws. That allows them to rou-
tinely patrol past the state's


territorial 3-mile limit.
In the same area a few
weeks ago, Cpl. Jesse Cook had
to position his patrol boat
between a whale and a passing
cargo ship. Harris said most
vessels in Georgia waters have
been good about steering clear
from whales if they know they
are there.
"Whales can be anyhwere....
They are very hard to see in
the water during the day and
no way to see them at night,"
Harris said. "They move kind
of slow, and mostly they just go
about their business and
ignore most everything around
them, including ships."
The primary causes of death
for the whales are collisions
with ships and getting tangled
up in fishing gear.
Last month, Georgia offi-
cials found a 41-foot right
whale dead about 20 miles off
Jekyll Island. Researchers
concluded the 2-year-old
whale died after being struck
by a ship; it had deep pro-
peller wounds from head to
tail.
On Jan. 25, rescue workers
freed a young right whale that
was caught in a fishing line in
Onslow Bay, off the North
Carolina coast
On Jan. 15, it had been in
Georgia waters and although
state biologists were unable to
disentangle it, they placed a
satellite-tracking buoy. to the
dangling line so the whale
could be tracked.


Obituaries


-: Irwin 'Al'
,: Bleich, 83
g FLORAL CITY
:!nrwin "Al" Bleich, 83, Floral
4:(. died Thursday, Feb. 1,
7, in Floral City.
He was born in Brooklyn,
* "., and moved to Edison,
W.l., in 1961; in 1981, he moved
tFloral City.
:-He was a
etmmercial
0ceker for
A Trucking,
&w Jersey,
v-r 45 years,
'ai retired in 1981.
-He was a World War II U.S.
my veteran and recipient of
e Purple Heart He was a life
imber of the Floral City VFW
*t 7122, a member of the
;erican Legion, a past mem-
)Wr of the Floral City
.-ighborhood Crime Watch
.d Surveillance, and past vol-
Ateer with the Florida Park
vice.
e was Jewish, and a past
Somber of Congregation Beth
lom, Beverly Hills.
' e was preceded in death-by
wife, Rita, in October 2001.
Se is survived by two sons,
n A. Bleich and Geoffrey
ich of New Jersey; two
mughters, Madeleine Farr,
overly Hills, and Audrey
ich, Spain; seven grandchil-
n; and one great-grand-
Ild.
/ ero Funeral Home with
,ematory, Beverly Hills
Spell.

lames Clark, 78
CRYSTAL RIVER
James Lee Clark, 78, Crystal
Nier, died Thursday, Feb. 1,
P7, at his residence, under
care of his family and
Ifernando-Pasco Hospice.
"-A longtime
Florida resi-
dent, he was,
6drn in New
Boston, Ohio,
arid moved to
_tystal River in 2004.
*For many years, he worked
4t Lincoln Life Insurance
Company of Indiana in the
maintenance department.
: 'He was a U.S. Navy veteran
Of World War II from 1945-49
and served in the Navy
serves from 1949-53.
He was a member of the
Disabled American Veterans.
He loved fishing and reading.
S He was Lutheran.
S:


He is survived by three sons,
James, Jeffrey and William
Clark; a daughter, Linda Clark;
a brother, Donald Clark; a sis-
ter, Jean Banks; a stepdaugh-
ter, Rhoda Anderson; a step-
son, Steve Anderson; three
stepgrandchildren, Reegan,
Miranda and Dillon Anderson;
and his adopted family,
Matthew, Staci, Timmy and
Courtney Decoteau, Crystal
River
Cremation arrangements are
under the care of Fero Funeral
Home of Beverly Hills, with
private family services to be
held at a later date. Memorial
contributions in his memory
may be made to Hernando-
Pasco Hospice, 12107 Majestic
Blvd., Hudson, FL 34667-2460.
Fero Funeral Home with
Crematory, Beverly Hills
Chapel.

Manual Gallo, 82
TAM PA
Manual R. Gallo, 82, a native
of Tampa and long-time resi-
dent of Crystal River, died
Friday, Feb. 2,2007.
He is survived by his wife of
54 years, Olga; son, Larry and
wife Linda; daughter, Lorraine
and husband Daniel
Strobridge; five grandchildren,
Jennifer, Amy and Brent Gallo,
and Michael and Kelsey
Strobridge; sister, Sophia
Prendes; and other family
members.
Garden of Memories Funeral
Home, Tampa.

Fung Lee, 79
CRYSTAL RIVER
Fung Lee, 79, Crystal River,
died Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2007,
at her home.
She was born Dec. 13, 1927,
in Hong Kong, and moved to
Citrus County in 1999 from
Queens, N.Y.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Chuck Lee, of Crystal
River; children, William Lee of
Long Island, N.Y, and
Maryann Lee of Washington;
and four grandchildren.
Brown Funeral Home and
Cemetery, Crystal River

Blair Rodgers, 84
HOMOSASSA

Blair Emerson Rodgers, 84,
Homosassa, died Tuesday, Jan.
30, 2007, in Homosassa.
He was born March 27, 1922,


in Marblehead, Mass., to
Clemmons and Dorothy
Jolliemore Rodgers.
He was a retired sales repre-
sentative from RIS Paper
Company.
He served 12
years in the
U.S. Navy, -
serving as a
fighter pilot
aboard the
U.S.S. Yorktown stationed in
the Pacifit Theatre during
World War II. He was a veteran
of the Korean War.
He was a member of the
VFW in Marblehead, Mass.,
Seven Rivers Golf and Country
Club and an honorary member
of the Riverhaven Country
Club.
He was a lifetime fan of the
Boston, Milwaukee and Atlanta
Braves. He was also an avid fol-
lower of ACC college basket-
ball.
He attended St. Anne's
Episcopal Church in Crystal
River.
He is preceded in death by
his wife, Joan M. -Rodgers, his
parents, Clemmons and
Dorothy J. Rodgers, and son,
Bruce E. Rodgers.
Survivors include his sons,
Daniel C. Rodgers of Salem,
Mass., Andrew M. Rodgers of
New Fairfield, Conn., Richard
B. Rodgers of Brewster, N.Y.,
and Peer J. Rodgers of Vienna,
Va.; daughter, Susan Moloney
of Salem, Mass.; former wife,
Marie' K Rodgers of Salem,
Mass.; brothers, James E.
Rodgers of Sauqus, Mass., and
-Davis Rodgers ofMarblehead,
Mass.; sister, Elizabeth Magee
of Marblehead, Mass.; 11
grandchildren; and one great-
grandchild.
Hooper Funeral Homes,
Inverness chapel.

Funeral
NOTICES

Irwin "Al" Bleich. A funeral
service for Mr. Irwin "Al"
Bleich will be at 11 a.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2007, at the
Beverly Hills Chapel, Fero
Funeral Home. Rabbi Zvi


Ettinger will conduct the serv-
ice. Entombment will follow at
Fero Memorial Gardens
Cemetery, Beverly Hills.,
Visitation will be from 10 to
10:45 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 6,2007,
at which time, preparation will
be done for the 11 a.m. service.
Blair Emerson Rodgers.
Inverness chapel of Hooper
Funeral Homes will transfer
Mr. Rodgers to the Murphy
Funeral Home in Salem, Mass.,
for a funeral service at 10'a:i..'
Thursday, Feb. 8, 2007, in St.
Michael's Church,
Marblehead, Mass. Burial will
follow in Waterside Cemetery,
Marblehead.
Manual R Gallo. The family
will receive friends from 10:30
a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Monday,
Feb. 5, 2007, at Garden of
Memories Funeral Home, 4207
E. Lake Ave., Tampa. Funeral
services will follow at 12:30
p.m. at the funeral home.
Interment will be at Garden of
Memories Cemetery. Words of
comfort may be expressed at
gardenofmemoriestampa.com.
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who believed a reviewer's job
was to share his experience
and not criticize the performer,
has died. He was 80.
Balliett, who also created the
CBS-TV program "The Sound
of Jazz" in the late 1950s, died
Thursday at his home in
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Balliett considered himself
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music was so "transparent and
bodiless."
He wrote about the musi-
cians' performance style as
much as their music.
A graduate of Cornell
University, Balliett joined The
New Yorker in 1951, writing
poetry and pieces for the "Talk
'of the Town" section. In 1957,
he began writing a jazz column,
which he continued until 1998.
He also contributed book, film
and theater reviews, as well as
art criticism and book notes.
The same year he began
working for the New Yorker,
Balliett and jazz critic Nat
Hentoff started "The Sound of
Jazz," an offshoot of the series
"The Seven Lively Arts."
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Tribune columnist John
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Basie, Gerry Mulligan and
Thelonious Monk.
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formers and a video in


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jazz, The New Yorker said.
Among them are "American
Singers" and "American
Musicians." In 1996 he expand-
ed his collection with
"American Musicians II," with
portraits of 70 jazz musicians.
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Academy Award in Literature
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PEOPLE
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during the first decade of the
new century. Its goals are to help
individuals to increase life
expectancy and improve quality
of life and to eliminate health
disparities among different seg-
ments of the population.
Locally, the community
health council has successfully
influenced changes such as get-
ting smoking areas moved away
from entrances to public build-
ings and adding more healthful
food choices in vending
machines in some local busi-
nesses and at Central Florida
Community College.
This year, they're concentrat-
ing on the three health risk fac-
tors in an effort to get people to
lose weight and maintain a
healthy weight, engage in mod-
erate exercise for at least 30
minutes most days of the week
and stop smoking.
One of their objectives is to
see local businesses allow their
own employees to be trained to
be freed from smoking facilita-
tors so they can conduct classes
during the lunch hour in their
own business. Employers bene-
fit when employees stop smok-
ing because it lowers health
care costs.
The health department has
recently hired Ann Black, for-.
merly with the American Lung
Association, as the county's
tobacco prevention specialist
"Where Healthy People 2010
targets adults to stop smoking,
my job is to reach kids before
they make the choice to use
tobacco," Black said.
Another means of meeting the
Healthy People 2010 increased
exercise objective is the fourth
annual Fitness in Citrus chal-
lenge that begins Monday.
Participants join teams with
neighbors, friends and co-work-
ers, and keep track of their phys-
ical activity, which earns points.
Everyone wins because exer-
cise improves overall health,
and of the more than 600 people
who participated in 2006,76 per-
cent reported an improvement
in their overall health.
In addition to this countywide
5-week fitness program, pockets
of groups of people in work-
places and schools and health-
care facilities are creating their
own programs.
For example, at the begin-
ning of the 2006-07 school year,
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Inverness participated in an
eight-week fitness program,
wearing pedometers and
counting their steps. Also, a
nutritionist from the health
department came in to speak
about healthful eating choices.
The pedometers piqued the
students' interest, said Rita
Bosse, a title one teacher at
PGE. Tom O'Brien, health edu-
cation consultant at the Citrus
County Health Department,
gave them some pedometers
and the students started wear-
ing them and walking, recording
their steps and turning their
totals in to their PE. teacher
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classes are learning about
healthy snacks and half of the
second-grade classes are wear-
ing pedometers, recording their
steps daily and keeping graphs.
"We're really doing good
things here," Bosse said. "I've
even seen a change with the
staff in the lunchroom; people
are eating more salads."
She said if someone brings in


a cake, it might sit for three days
instead of being gobbled up
within 10 minutes.
Also last year, more than 250
employees at Citrus Memorial
Health System completed a
Walking to Wellness program.
"That's a major success
because that's a lot of people,"
said Tom O'Brien. 'That's what
we're looking for We're looking
for folks to get involved, get mov-
ing and get healthy. It's a chal-
lenge, but we are making a posi-
tive impact, and it's contagious.
"When you see somebody out
'walking at lunch, you start
thinking, 'Maybe I should do
that, too.' There's no way we're
going to get rid of (all) obesity
and unhealthy behaviors, but by
offering educational and pre-
vention programs, we can make
a difference.
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concentrate on youth," he said.
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the most important in state gov-
ernment, but it's a long way
from the most lucrative by
almost a couple million dol-
lars.
Florida State's Bobby
Bowden, the winningest coach
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annals, was paid $2,023,689.15
in 2006, most coming in a $1.8
million supplement of outside
income complimenting his
$224,403.35 state salary. His
rival, Florida's Urban Meyer,
earned a little more but it all
comes from private corpora-
tions and outside sources.
Crist earns $132,932 annually
as governor, ranking No. 969
among Florida's state employ-
ees and that doesn't include
employees at nine of the 11
state universities, which now
have their own payroll systems.
Aside from coaches, State
University System Chancellor
Mark Rosenberg ranked No. 1
on the Florida list for 2006,
earning $437,221.50. Ten of the
next 11 highest paid were doc-
tors with the state's
Department of Health.
Women have made gains
among the highest paid with 11
of the top 50 slots and 28 of the
top 100 last year.
"I would suspect the. same
kinds of numbers are showing
up in the corporate sector as
well," said Alex Sink, the state's
chief financial officer and lone
woman in the executive
branch. "(But) I'm not going to
be happy until it's 50-50."
Rank and file workers in the
state received an average
salary and benefit package
worth $54,409, the most recent
Department of Management
Services manpower report
showed. The package for mid-
dle management employees


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Florida State football coach
Bobby Bowden led state em-
ployees in amount earned in
2006.
totaled $78,140 and $152,614 for
senior managers.
The compensation packages
have increased 11.4 percent for
middle managers since 2001
and 13.1 percent for senior
management while the rank
and file increased 11.6 percent.
University presidents, foot-
ball coaches and some athletic
administrators do far better
than the average bureaucrat,
or professor for that matter,
and most of the state's big
salaries are at the University of
Florida. Its payroll includes
more than 800 employees who
earn over $150,000 annually,
highlighted by scores of physi-
cians who earn more than
$400,000.
Most of the state's university
presidents earned between
$300,000 and $400,000 last year.
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that list with $416,161.20.
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Corps proposes levee shift


Birthday


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The flood walls and gates are under construction Saturday at the
Harvey Canal in Harvey, La.


FBI eyes


Internet


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Super Bowl bets

are off online
Associated Press

WASHINGTON Federal
prosecutors and agents in the
FBI's organized crime unit
have been mounting a large-
scale crackdown on Internet
gambling, with indictments
against executives at gaming
Web sites, arrests 'of foreign
businessmen who process
payments, and subpoenas to
investment banks that may
have helped bankroll the
operations.
The aggressive campaign
has gathered steam in recent
weeks, as Amiericans .prepare
to wager more tfian $5 bifliori
on today's game between the
Chicago Bears and the
Indianapolis Colts, the
biggest betting day of the year,
according to industry experts.
The arrests in California
and in the U.S. Virgin Islands
last month of two board mem-
bers of Neteller, a British
company that facilitates
online money transfers, is
spurring overseas executives
with even modest gambling
connections to avoid travel-
ing to the United States lest
they be nabbed. And it is leav-
ing legal analysts and bettors
crying foul about the govern-
ment's approach.
"This escalation or, no, we
should say surge, in this war
of intimidation Justice is wag-
ing right now really has had
an effect," said I. Nelson
Rose, a professor at Whittier
Law School in California.
Justice Department offi-
cials have long been on
record as saying that Internet
gambling breaks the law.
They cite the long-standing
Wire Act, a statute making it a
crime to use telephone lines
to place a bet within the
United States or overseas.
The 1961 law, which applies
to businesses instead of indi-
vidual bettors, was designed
to eradicate the Mafia from
the gambling arena.
But after the 2000 wire-
fraud conviction of sports bet-
ting entrepreneur Jay Cohen
for operating a Web site in
Antigua, federal prosecutors
enforced it only sporadically.
The campaign heated up last
year, after the government
indicted two popular sports
betting Web sites: Antigua's
WorldWide Telesports Inc.,
and London's BetOnSports
PLC.. Both companies have
announced they will no
longer, accept wagers from
U.S. clients.
Then Congress dealt in. At
the last minute, lawmakers
inserted an online-gaming
measure into the port securi-
ty bill that chokes the flow of
money by barring the use of
credit cards, checks and fund
transfers to make and settle
bets. President Bush signed
the bill into law in October.
But it has been the wave of
criminal charges against indi-
vidual executives and busi-
nesses that prompted a real
exodus from the U.S. market.


Associated Press

NEW ORLEANS The
Army Corps of Engineers is pro-
posing to divert up to $1.3 bil-
lion for levee repairs from the
Mississippi River's East Bank,
which was ravaged by
Hurricane Katrina, to the West
Bank, where tens of thousands
of people have resettled.
The West Bank was one of the
only parts of the New Orleans
metropolitan area spared the
flooding that followed the 2005
hurricane. But the levees pro-
tecting it and the roughly
250,000 people who live there -
are inadequate, the corps con-
cedes.
If approved, the plan has the
potential to slow new levee
work on the East Bank, where


most of New Orleans is situated,
and pit the city's residents
against those on the West Bank
"I think what the corps is try-
ing to do is create some kind of
turf war," said state Sen.
Derrick Shepherd, one of the
West Bank's most prominent
politicians.
The shift in funding is out-
lined in a budget proposal to be
released this week and which
Congress must approve. It
would bring the total ear-
marked for West Bank projects
to $3.3 billion, the bulk of $5.7
billion approved to fix and
shore up the levees after
Katrina.
A spokeswoman for Mayor
Ray Nagin said the mayor is not
pleased with the plans and
wants the' corps "to live up to


the promise of full protection"
for the city.
If more money is needed, the
corps should get it and "not
compromise our already vul-
nerable level of protection,"
Nagin spokeswoman Ceeon
Quiett said.
The corps says projects on
the East Bank will continue and
that the levee system is as good
now as it was before Katrina.
Plans to further improve that
system are tied up in technical
reviews, according to the corps.
"There are still lots of .areas
where we haven't built any-
thing" on the West Bank, said
Carol Burdine, a corps official
overseeing West Bank projects.
"It's got a more serious need
because it is behind other
projects."


Associated Press
Authorities confirmed Saturday that the H5N1 bird flu virus has been detected on a British poultry farm for the first time after
2,500 turkeys died. Britain's Deputy Chief Veterinary Officer Fred Landeg said all 159,000 turkeys would be culled on the farm
in Holton in Suffolk, about 130 miles northeast of London, as a precaution and he expected the outbreak to be contained.
Bernard Matthews PLC, one of Britain's largest turkey producers, confirmed It owned the affected farm.



Bird flu found at turkey farm


The Washington Post


LONDON The deadly H5N1 Asian
strain of bird flu, which has killed 165
people since 2003, has been confirmed
on a commercial turkey farm in eastern
England, health authorities said
Saturday.
Officials said the disease has killed
2,600 turkeys on the Bernard Matthews
turkey farm in Suffolk, about 130 miles
northeast of London. All 159,000 turkeys
at Bernard Matthews, one of Europe's
leading producers, were being slaugh-
tered as a precaution, and television
footage showed thousands of carcasses
being dumped into trucks.
The outbreak is the first confirmed
case of H5N1 among British domestic
poultry in more than 15 years, officials
said, and it comes at a time of increas-


ing concern that migrating birds are
carrying the disease from its origins in
Asia through Africa, the Middle East
and deeper into Europe. While trans-
mission of the disease from birds to
humans is rare, the World Health
Organization says more than 270 people
have been infected with H5N1 and 165
have died since 2003, mainly in Asia.
There have been no reported cases of
human infection in Europe or the
United States.
British health officials said the imme-
diate risk to humans from the Suffolk
case was "extremely low." Britain's
Health Protection Agency said trans-
mission of avian influenza from birds to
humans occurs "very rarely and with
difficulty" and requires "extremely
close contact" with infected birds.
Health officials advised the British pub-


lic that properly cooked poultry and
eggs were safe to eat
"In parts of the world where wide-
spread infection in poultry has been
reported, transmission of the virus to
humans has occurred very infrequent-
ly," Maria Zambon, an influenza special-
ist at the health agency, said in a state-'
ment "To date there is no evidence that
avian influenza H5N1 has adapted to
spread easily between humans."
David Nabarro, bird flu coordinator
for the United Nations, told the BBC
that it was "exceedingly unlikely" that
the outbreak in Britain would lead to
human infections. "The numbers of
human cases are very, very small
indeed, even though the virus has been
moving through poultry in at least 50
countries in the last year and led to mil-
lions of birds dying," he said.


Sectarian slaughter takes 120 in Iraq


Suicide bomber targets marketplace


Associated Press

BAGHDAD, Iraq A suicide
bomber driving a truck loaded
with a ton of explosives hidden
beneath cooking oil, canned
food and bags of flour obliterat-
ed a Baghdad food market on
Saturday, killing at least 121
people in one of the most fear-
some attacks in the capital
since the U.S. invasion in 2003.
It was the fifth major bomb-
ing in less than a month target-
ing predominantly Shiite dis-
tricts in Baghdad and one
provincial city to the south. This
one leveled about 30 shops and
40 houses, witnesses said.
The Health Ministry said
more than 300 people were
injured in the thunderous


explosion that sent a column of
smoke into the sky on the east
bank of the Tigris River The
nearby al-Kindi hospital -
quickly overwhelmed began
turning away the wounded and
directing ambulances to hospi-
tals in the Shiite Sadr City
neighborhood.
U.S. Ambassador Zalmay
Khalilzad said the bombing was
"an example of what the forces
of evil will do to intimidate the
Iraqi people."
The bombing came just days
before American and Iraqi
forces were expected to start
an all-out assault on Sunni and
Shiite gunmen and bombers in
the capital.
Only a day earlier, 16
American intelligence agen-


cies made public a National
Intelligence Estimate that said
conditions in Baghdad were
perilous.
"Unless efforts to reverse
these conditions show measur-
able progress ... in the'coming
12 to 18 months, we assess that
the overall security situation
will continue to deteriorate," a
declassified synopsis of the
report declared.
Emergency workers and
civilians wheeled scores of
bloodied and mangled victims
into the hospitals with intra-
venous drips already in their
arms. Doctors and paramedics
were in a frantic triage to save
the lives of the most seriously
wounded.
"We don't allow big trucks in
the market, but the driver con-
vinced us that he had food to
deliver for a shop. Once he got


Shoppers targeted
Officials say at least 121 people
were killed after a suicide truck
bomber struck the Sadriyah
market in Baghdad on Saturday.
About 30 shops
and 40 houses m-
were leveled.
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inside, he detonated the
bomb," said Kamil Ibrahim, a
36-year-old vegetable vendor
at the entrance to the
market district


In this photograph provide
by the SmithsonTan
Institution's National Zoo,
Bandit, the female spectacled
bear at the Smithsonian's
National Zoo in Washington 'is
seen Saturday as the zoo's
staff, volunteers and visitors
celebrated her 30th birthday.
Bandit, thought to be the old-
est spectacled bear in the
United States, was treated to
a public celebration complete
with a custom-made frozen
birthday cake.

Upcoming 'Potter'
book selling fast
NEW YORK Harry Potter
fans are already snatching up
the final book in the series -
and it doesn't come out until
July 21.
"Harry Potter and Deathly
Hallows" tops the charts at the'
online bookshops of Amazon
and Barnes & Noble, and its
$65 deluxe edition is No. 2.
Author J.K. Rowling announced
the book's release date
Thursday.
The deluxe version of the last
Potter book, "Harry Potter and;
the Half-Blood Prince," sold
around 100,000 copies.
According to Scholastic, it
includes a 32-page insert of art
and illustrations, a "custom- i
designed slipcase," and a "full?
cloth case book, blind-stamped
on front and back cover, foil
stamped on spine."
The previous six Potter books
have sold more than 325 million
copies in 64 languages and bro-
ken countless sales records.,i
"Half-Blood Prince," published in
2005, sold 6.9 million copies in
its first 24 hours.

World BRIEFf
'Not a fact


Associated Press
Prime Minister Tony Blair
speaks to the Labour Party's
National Policy Forum on
Saturday in London. The cbr-
rent cash-for-honors scandal
surrounding Britain's govern-
ing Labour Party will not bW a
determining factor in the
country's next elections,
Prime Minister Tony Blair was
to say in a speech Saturday.
The election "will not be
decided by current eventi"
Blair was to say, according to
a text of his speech released
in advance.

Big baby causes
big sensation
CANCUN, Mexico He is
called "Super Tonio," and at a
whopping birth weight of 14.5
pounds, the little fellow is caus-
ing a sensation in this Mexican
resort city.
Cancun residents have
crowded the nursery ward's win-
dow to see Antonio
Vasconcelos, who was bom
early Monday by Caesarean
section. The baby drinks 5
ounces of milk every three
hours, and measures 22 inches
in length.
"We haven't found any abnor-
mality in the child, there are ,
some signs of high blood sugar,
and a slight blood infection, but
that is being controlled so that;
the child can get on with his nor-
mal life in a few more days," ,
Narciso Perez Bravo, the hospi-
tal's director, said Wednesday
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News NOTES

Elks offer
extended dining hours
Members and their guests
now have the privilege of a new
menu and the dining hours have
been extended at the
Homosassa Elks.
Wednesday through
Saturday, diners may enjoy their
meals from 4 to 8 p.m. Prime rib
is available on Friday and
Saturday. Entrees are served
with fresh homemade soup of
the day or crisp garden salad,
and a choice of sides linguini,
ziti, baked potato, vegetable,
rice or fried potatoes. Appetizers
and Greek and country green
salads have also been added.
Entrees include selections of
poultry, Italian and pasta,
seafood, baked lamb shank,
ham, grilled liver and onions,
pork chops and steaks.
Learn fly casting for
free in February
Backcountry Concepts and
Homosassa River Outfitters will
offer basic saltwater fly casting
lessons in February.
The classes are free, but
classes are limited and preregis-
tration is required. To sign up,
come by 10330 W. Yulee Drive,
Homosassa.
For more information, call
628-0359 or e-mail
bccinfo@earthlink.net.
Corvette club plans
February events
The Touch of Class Corvette
Club has the following events
planned for this month.
Monday: Board meeting,
Crystal Chevrolet, 6 to 7 p.m.
Feb. 11: Meal of the month,
Harbor Lights Restaurant on
Lake Panasoffkee. Meet at the
boat ramp on Route 44,
Inverness, and depart at 11:30
a.m.
Feb. 12: General meeting,
West Citrus Community Center,
8940 West Veterans Drive,
Homosassa, off U.S. 19. Look
for Dixon Auto Sales on the cor-
ner. The center is located just
past the VFW building on the
left hand side. The meeting-
starts promptly at 7 p.m.; those
interested in having dinner can
do so between 6-7 p.m. at a
nearby location.
Jersey club to meet
Monday in Hernando
The monthly meeting of The
New Jersey and Friends Club of
Citrus County will be at 1 p.m.
Monday at the Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post 4252, State
Road 200, Hemando. The
speaker will be Mac Harris from
the Art League, followed by
refreshments.
All interested persons are
invited to attend our very active
club. There are no residency
requirements to join. For more
information call Joe Morse at
746-7782.
Explorers board
to meet Monday
Florida A&M University Black
Males College Explorers
Program Advisory Board will
meet at 7 p.m. Monday at Citrus
High School in room 348 (main
entrance near front office).
For more information about
the program and how you can
become a partner, call Patrick
Thomas at 726-1993.
Parks department
sets pottery lessons
Citrus County Parks and
Recreation, along with instructor
Jinnie Zuniga, will offer pottery
lessons from 5 to 6 p.m. begin-
ning Tuesday at the Citrus
Springs Community Center for
children in grades kindergarten
through fifth grade.
Children will have the oppor-
tunity to learn the techniques of
working with clay. The children
will complete three projects dur-
ing a four-week time frame.
They will include a pinch pot, tile
and a bowl.
The cost is $60 per child for
four weeks. All supplies are
included. If you are interested in
additional information or would
like to preregister, call 527-7677.


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Bowl for Kids' Sake

S* and compete for many prizes and tro-
Event helps Citrus Big Brothers Big Sisters phies.
Bowl for Kids' Sake has been a nation-
Special to the Chronicle with volunteer Bigs. wide event for Big Brothers Big Sisters
There are several ways you can help, agencies for more than 20 years and has
Big Brothers Big Sisters, a premier both directly and indirectly: raised millions of dollars to support its
youth mentoring organization serving N Be a sponsor either as an individ- one-to-one community and school- or
Pinellas, Hernando and Citrus Counties, ual or a corporate sponsor, your tax- site-based mentoring programs.
is geared up for its leading campaign to deductible donation in any amount is "Bowl for Kids' Sake has been success-
help kids Bowl for Kids' Sake. The appreciated and will be used to directly ful year after year because of the thou-
bowling event will take place on April 21 support our programs. sands of people who care about kids in
at Manatee Lanes in Crystal River. Buy a "Lane Banner your name or the community and want to help raise
Bowl for Kid's Sake is an event that company's name will be displayed above money in support of our programs," said
allows people of all ages to help Big a lane at the event and remain up for an Edwin Lorenzo, regional director of Big
Brothers Big Sisters provide a mentor for additional 30 days. Brothers Big Sisters in Hernando and
every child that needs and wants one and 0 Donate a silent auction item con- Citrus counties. "It costs about $1,000 a
support hundreds of current matches. tributions for the silent auction can be a year to make and professionally support
Each year, local residents and repre- gift or gift certificate. a match and this event generates the rev-
sentatives from businesses, civic clubs, 0 Join the event committee get enue we need to provide our services to
professional organizations, law enforce- involved to help coordinate and con- hundreds of children in our area."
nent agencies and schools participate by tribute ideas to making this year's event For more information, call Citrus
forming teams and raising money to help the most successful yet. County Big Brothers Big Sisters at 344-
Big Brothers Big Sisters match more kids 0 Form a five-member bowling team 0400.


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The October trip for Betty and Ed Colboum and Kay Stegemann and Paul Foss included
week journey into the Middle East passed without any problem with security Issues.
clous and friendly hosts. At the pyramids, above, and at the Walling Wall, the local
ers.


Special to the Chronicle
d visits to both Egypt and Israel. The three-
The people of the region proved to be gra-
citizenry welcomed the Citrus Hills travel-


News NOTES

Calligraphers
to meet Thursday
Creative Calligraphers of
Citrus Springs, in the first of two
sessions, will view the video
"Learning to Write Spencerian
Script" with Michael Sull from 1
to 3 p.m. Thursday at Citrus
Springs Memorial Library, 1826
Country Club Blvd.
The video covers the tools
and techniques necessary to
learn the methods of writing this
vintage form of penmanship.
Attendees will need to bring an
Oblique Penholder, steel pen
points, black ink and plain prac-
tice paper. There will be a small
fee for specially designed guide
sheets. The public is invited.
Call June Towner at 489-9717.
Church guild to
gather Feb. 14
The Ladies Guild of Beverly
Hills Community Church will
meet at noon Wednesday, Feb,
14, in Jack Steele Fellowship
Hall, 82 Civic Circle. Following
refreshments, a program will be
presented.
All women of Beverly Hills are
welcome to join the guild and
especially to take part in the
craft workshop group. The work
crafted at the workshops is
available for purchase at the
rummage sale, Christmas
bazaar and at all spaghetti din-
ners, which are held monthly
from September to May.
The guild's annual rummage
sale will be from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. Friday, March 9, and from
9 a.m. to noon Saturday, March
10. Items to be donated to the
sale may be brought to the fel-
lowship hall between 1 and 3
p.m. on Wednesdays and
Friday, beginning Wednesday.
Call President Mary Lou
Warhol at 527-2093.
Legion Riders will
serve spaghetti
.The American Legion Riders
of Post 155 will serve a
spaghetti dinner from 5 to 7 p.m.
Wednesday at the American
Legion Post 155 Hall, 6585 W
Gulf-to-Lake Highway, Crystal
River.
Cost is $4 for all you can eat.
Take out is also available.
Monies are raised by the Legion
Riders to help military-based
charities.
Celebrate 'Maine
Day' in Crystal River
The Citrus County "Annual
Maine Day" celebration is
Tuesday, Feb. 13, at the Moose
Lodge Family Center, U.S. 19,
Crystal River. Doors open at
10:30 a.m. Serving starts at
11:30 by number. Donation is $5
per person plus a casserole or
salad per couple. Settings will
be provided, coffee, soda, water
and dessert. Entertainment pro-
vided by Paul and Jackie Stevio.
Door prizes, 50/50, T-shirts, raf-
fle.
For more information, go to
the Web site www.annualmaine-
day.com or call Mary Lou at
795-9181 or 212-9346.
Yard sale to benefit
high school band
There will be a yard sale to
benefit the Crystal River High
School Band from 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, at the
Crystal River High School
Cafetorium. Double table rental
is $10 (limited). Donations are
being accepted now (no cloth-
ing). For information, call Marcie
Peterson at 382-0342 or Becky
Culver at 795-0597.

Pet SPOTLIGHT

New boss


Special to the Chronicle
Lexi, only 4-1/2 months old,
has already taken over things
at home. She is a Yorkshire
terrier and lives with Melody
and Hank Glassman of
Homosassa.


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Quilting in Dunnellon


Special to the Chronicle
The holidays are over and the Country Quilters of Dunnellon have begun a new year of charity quilt making. They've already had
one workday making quilts for Shands Hospital. From left are: Pat Dodson, Mary Tolbert, Virginia Davis, Cindy Houle, Laura
Rutkowski, Roxanne Barnes, Lori Freed, Jean Brymer, Essle Barbar, Berry Shareff, Janet Buck and Diane Smith. The Country
Quilters' main focus is charity quilt making. Some of the charities have included Shands Hospital, The Pregnancy Center of
Ocala, The Boys and Girls Club of Dunnellon, Head Start of Dunnellon, Romeo Elementary School and Oakwood Nursing Home
In Ocala. Seasoned quilters are Invited to join the group for their next meeting. Learners are welcome, too. The group meets at
12:30 p.m. Monday at the First United Methodist Church of Dunnellon. Call Virginia Davis at (352) 465-1505.


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12A SUNDAY, FUBRULAtY 4, 2007 VETERANS

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Withlacoochee P.T. 76
Military Order of the Cootie will
have a scratch and meeting at 1:31
p.m. today. There will be a
spaghetti and meatball dinner to
follow at 5 to 6:30 p.m. with music
from 6:30 to 10:30. The public is
always welcome.
Supreme hospital visit to
Gainesville V.A. is on Feb. 11. All
Cooties are encouraged to attend.
The Sterling bus trip is on Feb.
22, leaving the VFW Post in
Hernando at 7 a.m. sharp, it is sold
out.
There will be a Sweetheart
Dinner Dance on Feb. 17, with
music, door prizes and a basket of
cheer to be raffled off. Bring your
sweetheart and celebrate
Valentine's Day with us. It is open
to the public.
The Cootie C of A will be on
Feb. 24 at VFW Post 4209 located
at 4805 N.E. 36th Ave. in Ocala.
Time is set at 9:01 a.m. Banquet
will be held at the Post at 7 p.m.
The cost is $12, chicken or beef.
Cocktail hour is at 6 p.m.
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, except July and August, at
the Citrus County Resource Center
next to the VA Clinic off County
Road 491 and West Marc Knighton
Court, Lecanto.
All military veterans who honor-
ably served within Korea, including
territorial waters and airspace
(Sept. 3, 1945 to June 25, 1950),
and within or without Korea (June
25, 1950 to Jan. 31, 1955), or who
served honorably in Korea from
Feb. 1, 1955, until present, are eli-
gible for membership in the KWVA.
Any Medal of Honor recipient for
service during the Korean War is
eligible for free life membership.
Any prisoner of war by the North
Koreans, Chinese or Russian
forces during or after hostilities
from June 25, 1950, forward is eli-
gible for free life membership.
Call Commander Hank Butler at
563-2496, Vice Commander Paul
Salyer at 637-1161 or Director
Neville Anderson at 344-2529.
AMVETS Post No. 5 will
meet 7 p.m., Wednesday, Feb: 7,
at Blanton-Thompson American
Legion Post 155, 6585 West Gulf-
to-Lake Highway (S.R. 44), Crystal
River approximately two miles
east of U.S. 19 opposite the new
Publix.
AMVETS Post No. 5 is seeking
new members. Current members
are encouraged to bring a fellow
veteran to the monthly meeting.
Veterans of all the armed services,
to include National Guard and
Reserve veterans, are invited to


join the proud ranks of AMVETS
Post No. 5. Bring your DD 214 so
that you can come as a visitor and
stay as a member.
For more information about
membership and meetings, call
newly elected AMVETS Post No.
5 Cmdr. Ronald Pless at (352)
489-7144 or Sam Cernek at 382-
4222.
Gilley-Long-Osteen VFW
Post 8698, 520 Highway 40 East,
Inglis, is having a fundraiser from 2
to 6 p.m. Feb. 10 for Mikayla
Robinson. She was 5 years old
when she passed away from
Wilms Disease.
The "Have a Heart" fundraiser
will be in her honor at the Inglis
VFW Post 8698. The money raised
from this event will benefit the
Robinson Family to help pay some
of the hospital and burial expenses
they have incurred. They have no
insurance to help them. The public
is invited to attend the event to
show support for the family. The
event also includes
"Karaoke by Emma" for your
entertainment, raffles and a bake
sale. Fried chicken dinner will be
served. Dinner tickets are $6 each.
For information, call (352) 447-
3495.
Island X-18 Seabee Veterans
of America will have its next meet-
ing at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Feb.
10, with social hour or lunch at 10
a.m. at Crystal Paradise
Restaurant, 508 N. Citrus Ave.
Crystal River.
Call Commander David Puffer at
746-9327.
The Suncoast U.S. Navy
Armed Guard and Merchant
Marine Veterans of World War II
announce their 2007 meeting
schedule; the second Saturday
monthly, at 11:30 a.m., at the
Boston Cooker, 5375 Spring Hill
Drive, Spring Hill.
Dates are: Feb. 10, March 10,
April 14, May 12, Sept. 8, Oct. 13,
Nov. 10, Dec. 8. Christmas party
Dec. 29 at China First in Crystal
River.
For information, call Hal Conn,
795-6257.
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 Feb. 4 to 10:
Today: Pool tourney 2 p.m.;
Super Bowl; Karaoke Wild Willy 4-
8.
Monday: Bar bingo 3 p.m.
'*.Tuesday: Chicken wings four
for $1, nine flavors, 4:30 to 7 p.m.;
Mark B. karaoke 6 to 9 p.m. *-
Wednesday: Ladies Auxiliary
bar bingo 6 p.m.
Thursday: Bar bingo 3 p.m.
Friday: Fish fry (Southern fried
chicken available) $6.50 4:30 to 7
p.m.; Debi G Karaoke Contest 7
p.m.
Saturday: District 7 meeting at
Bay Hill, lunch at moon, meeting 1
p.m.; no dinner, no entertainment.
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The Citrus County Veterans Coalition had its election of officers meeting Jan. 25. Officers for
2007, from left, are: Bill Geden, first vice chairman; Hank Hemrick, judge advocate; Larry
MacMillan, public information officer; Ray Michael, CCVC chairman; Joel Smoyer, second vice
chairman; Richard Floyd, secretary; and John Ring, membership chairman and government
liaison officer. Not pictured is Mike Gudis, treasurer.

Citrus County Veterans Coalition elects new offers


Special to the Chronicle

The Citrus County Veterans Coalition had
its election of officers meeting Jan. 25.
Ray Michael was re-elected chairman for
his second term. Bill Geden was voted into
the first vice chairman seat, leaving his pres-
ent position of service officer. Other officers
re-elected to their positions were Joel
Smoyer, second vice chairman; Richard
Floyd, secretary; Mike Gudis, treasurer;
Larry MacMillan, public information offi-
cer; John Ring, membership and govern-
ment liaison officer; and Hank Hemrick,
judge advocate.
The coalition will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday,
Feb. 22, at the County Resource Center on
West Marc Knighton Court, just off County
Road 491 in Lecanto. All members, veteran's
organizations and interested veterans who
are eager to assist veterans in need are
encouraged to come and get involved.
Dues are only $5 per year through March


p.m. Sunday, Feb. 18. The Ladies
Auxiliary will have a Chinese
Auction starting at the same hour.
The Ladies Auxiliary will offer a
breakfast at 8 a.m. Sunday, Feb.
25. The price is $3.50. Eggs,
sausage, biscuits and gravy, grits,
French toast, juice and coffee will
be served.
E 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. This week is roast
pork or fish. Music 6:30 to 10:30
p.m. by the Carriers.
The post has bar bingo at 2 p.m.
Sunday. Ladies Auxiliary hosts
bingo at 10:30 a.im. Saturday.
Food available.
Ladies also have bar bingo at 2
p.m. Tuesday. Profits go to local


31, when they will be increased to $10 per
year.
The CCVC has projects that need your
help in getting accomplished, and this can
be done through a cooperative effort of all
28,000 veterans in Citrus County. The Citrus
County Veterans Coalition's philosophy is
"Veterans Helping Veterans." Their assis-
tance starts with serving coffee and donuts
at the VA Clinic once a month, to helping
needy veterans and their families with a
food bank and temporary monetary assis-
tance, to establishing a "Re-Education
Center and Program" for Veterans who are
trying to make the transition from military
life to civilian life.
We are well on our way to making these
programs come to fruition and with your
help, it can be done. It takes money and a
cooperative effort on all our parts. There is
strength in numbers and our voices can be
heard if there are enough of us working
towards the same goal.


charities. This month is for Blind
America.
Bonanza bingo at 10:30 a.m.
March 3, $30 package. Buffet
lunch included. Tickets available at
Saturday bingo.
Send e-mail to VFW4252@tam-
pabay.rr.com.
Wednesday dinner specials from
2 to 6 p.m. alternate between
chicken wings (four for $1) and
tacos ($1 each).
Ladies Auxiliary goes to nursing
homes four times a month to play
bingo with the residents. Everyone
is welcome.
Today through Tuesday, we
will be doing glamour shots. Call
Judy at 726-3339.
Today, Cooties plan a
spaghetti dinner at 5 p.m. for $5.50
donation. There will be a jam from


5 to 9 with Country Swing.
Thursday meeting at 7 p.m.
will be a joint meeting with a
speaker from Hospice.
Saturday, District 7 meeting at
Bay Hill at Bushnell. Dinner at
noon. Joint meeting at 1 p.m.
District awards will be given out.
Feb. 17, we will have a sweet-
heart dance. Door prizes, drawing
for a basket of cheer. Plan to
attend.
The post dues are $30 for new
members plus $1 for paperwork,
and renewals are $25.
Post honor guard is available for


funerals, flag raising and nursing
homes. Call Nick 476-3161.
Call Commander Bob Prive or
Judy Prive, auxiliary president, for
information at 726-3339.
VFW Edward W. Penno Post
4864 will be serving dinner starting
at 5 p.m. Friday, lasagna with meat
sauce; Friday, Feb. 16, baked ham;
and Friday, Feb. 23, roast beef.
Breakfast is served at 8 a.m.
Saturday.
VFW Edward W. Penno Post
4864 will have its monthly meeting
at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Post
Home.
Ladies Auxiliary to Edward W.
Penno Post 4864 will have its
monthly meeting at 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 13, at the Post
Home. For information, call
President Jennie Parks at (352)
489-2955.
The Men's Auxiliary meeting will
be at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 19.
The staff meeting will be at 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 27. Shuffleboard
meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Bingo meets at 1 p.m. Tuesday.
VFW Edward W. Penno Post
4864 is at 10199 N. Citrus Springs
Blvd., Citrus Springs.
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.
Hall bingo every Sunday starting
at 1 p.m.
Dart tournaments are at 7 p.m.
Monday and Thursdays.
Pool tournaments are at 2 p.m.
Tuesday and at 7 p.m. Thursday.
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 wings from 5
to 7 p.m. in our canteen.
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, contact Mary or
Randy Benfert.
The post is at 2170 W. Vet Lane
on County Road 491, behind the
AmSouth Bank. Phone number is
746-0440.
N Gilley-Long-Osteen VFW
Post 8698, 520 County Road 40
E., Inglis (one mile east of U.S.
19). Men and LAVFW meet at 7:30
p.m. the third Wednesday monthly
at the post. Men's Auxiliary meets-

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The crew of the USS EUNICE (PCE-846) will
meet May 17-20 in San Diego, Calif. If you served on
this vessel, contact Harry Kalbach at 613 Sherman
St., Menlo, IA 50164; (641) 524-2811; e-mail:
Hkalbach@netins.net; Web:
www.mlrsinc.com/Pascagoula.
The crewmen of the USS HALSEY POWELL
, (DD-686) will meet Sept. 19-23 in Portland, Ore.
Contact Mike Baker at 109 Dunton Ave, Holland, MI
49424; (616) 392-3547; e-mail:
skippermike@wmol.com; Web:
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VETERANS
Continued from Page 12A

at 7 p.m. the second Monday
monthly. Call Skeeter Fizz, (352)
447-3495.
We now have bar bingo from 2
to 5 p.m. on Saturdays. Members
and their guests welcome.
Dumas-Hartson VFW Post
8189 will meet at 7 p.m. Monday,
Feb. 12, at its facility located on
Veterans Drive, Homosassa, west
of U.S. 19. Turn on to Veterans
Drive from U.S. 19 at Dixon's Auto
Sales across from Harley
Davidson. Officers are requested
to be in proper uniform for the
meeting.
Also, VFW Post 8189 serves
dinners each month on Fridays
with fish night the second Friday
($5 donation), steak night the third
Friday ($8 donation) and meatloaf
the fourth Friday ($5 donation).
All veterans are treated with
respect with everyone having an
opportunity to be heard as we work
as a team to benefit the Post.
Veterans interested in joining VFW
Post 8189 should bring a copy of
their DD 214 or a Transfer
Request.
For more information, call
Commander Ron Houlihan at 628-
3160 or VFW Post.8189 at 795-
5012 during its canteen hours from
1 to 10 p.m.
DAV Chapter 70, Inverness,
conducts its chapter meeting at 2
p.m. the second Tuesday monthly
at 1039 Paul Drive, Inverness.
The VFW Post 7991 of
Dunnellon meets the third
Thursday monthly. Social hour at 5
to 6 p.m. The meeting starts at 6.
The post home is at 3107 W.
Dunnellon Road. Phone (352) 489-
1772.
Wednesday night bingo (early
bird starts at 5:30 p.m.)
Call Billy Ellis at (352) 465-6429,
Velma Bayerle at 746-4577 or the
posL aLt352).A89-1772. ,
Fleet Reserve Association,
Branch 186 will meet at 3 p.m. the
third Thursday monthly at the DAV
Building, Independence Highway
and U.S. 41 North, Inverness. Call
Bob Huscher, secretary, at 344-
0727.
Third Annual Purple Heart
Ceremony is scheduled for 11
a.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, at Fallen
Heroes Monument, Bicentennial


Park, Crystal Riv
Commemorating
of the Purple Hew
to Citrus County'
and honoring Lt.
DeCarlo, Citrus C
Office.
Hosted by the
veterans of Aaro
Chapter 776 Mili
Purple Heart.
The ceremony
keynote speaker
Marine Corps Lea
Detachment 819,
Veterans Chaptel
Coast Young Mari
music by Paul Ste
Sharp.
Veterans and p
invited.
All Airborne
ent, are invited to
monthly meetings
Campbell Airborn
Meetings are at 6
Wednesday of th
American Legion
W. Gulf-to-Lake I
River. Call Steve
3693.
The Marine
Samuel R. Wall l
will conduct its re
p.m. on the third
monthly at DAV F
Inverness at the i
Independence Av
North. Come to tl
elections are rapi
All former Marine
Call Tom Heron a
Spoto at 746-331
Military Ord
an Honor Society
Corps League, rr
a quarterly basis.
Heron at 627-27;
- Military Ord
an Honor Society
Corps League, P
Spring Hill meets
members welcon
new members ar
at-large. Call PDI
.'at 344-9430.
Landing Sh
Sailors meet at I
River at 2 p.m. thl
monthly. Call Jim
The Marine
Citrus Detachm
7 p.m. the last Th
the VFW Post 1C
Hills.
We can use yo
Toys For Tots pro


ASA Okinawa will meet Sept. 12-16 in Tucson,
Ariz. If you served with the 111th Sig Svc Co (49-52);
327th Comm Recon Co (1952); 8603rd AAU (1952-
1954); 8603rd DU (1954-1956); or the 3rd US ASA
FS (1957-1961); or the 104th.
ASA Det. (1957 ij); or the 51st ASA SOC
(1961-1967); or the "ASA Field Station Sobe
(1967-1977) or the Field Station Okinawa
(1977-1985) codit mbership Chairman Paul
Watson at 17 Ba 0,ad, Salisbury, MA 01952-
1442; (978) 465- e-mail: W562236@aol.com;
reunion Web: wv Irsinc.com/asaokinawa.

er. d or scholarship programs. As
the proud legacy t 'can see we are active in com-
irt, paying tribute munity service. Show your pride in
s fallen heroes being a Marine by helping the
David M. community you live in. Call
County Sheriff's Commandant Bob Deck at 527-
1557.
combat wounded ., The American Legion
n A. Weaver Auxiliary, Unit 77, will conduct its
itary Order of the next meeting at 7 p.m. March 1 at
the Key Training Center in
will feature Inverness. There will be a potluck
Patricia Flanagan, .preceding the meting at 6 p.m.
ague Citrus This is a great organization to
Korea War belong to, we help the veterans.
r 192, Nature For more information, call Karen
rines, and patriotic Lowe at 344-4702.
evio and Jackie 0 A Charity Ball is slated at 6
p.m. Saturday, March 3, to honor
publicc are cordially all servicemen and servicewomen
and especially Sgt. Dennis James
, past and pres- Flanagan (May 8, 1983 to Jan. 20,
o attend the 2006). Flanagan will be honored as
s of the Dan an American patriot who made the
ne Association. ultimate sacrifice for his country in
6:30 p.m. the third Iraq. The Fourth Degree Knights of
e month at Columbus will make a presentation
Post 155, 6585 to Sgt. Flanagan's parents at the
Highway, Crystal 37th annual Charity Ball at Pope
Leonard at 726- John Paul Catholic School in
Lecanto.
Corps League, The dinner will feature a prime
Detachment 1139 rib or chicken cordon bleu dinner.
gular meeting at 7 Music for entertainment and danc-
Wednesday ing by Paul Stevio. Tickets at a
Post 70 in suggested $20 donation are avail-
intersection of able from David Quinlan at 382-
venue and U.S. 41 3242, Roger Preble at 382-5956 or
he meeting as Larry Cobum at 746-5193 or any
dly approaching. Fourth Degree member of the
es are welcome. Knights. The proceeds will assist
it 637-2724 or Joe needy students.
5. 0 Navy Patrol Squadrons 861
der of Devil Dogs and 18 (VP 861 and VP 18) will be
Sof the Marine holding a reunion on April 18, 19
neets regularly on and 20 in Cocoa Beach. Contact
Contact Tom Dick Gardner, (321) 676-1748 or e-
24. mail gar86172@bellsouth.net.
ler of Devil Dogs 0 80th Infantry Division 88th
y of the Marine annual reunion Aug. 15-18, Dayton
ound 230 in (Fairborn), Ohio. Visiting United Air
quarterly. All Force Museum, Dayton, Friday,
me. We encourage Aug. 17. Holiday Inn Dayton
id life members- Fairborn-1675, 2800 Presidential
D Fred W. Lightell Drive, Conference Center,
Fairborn, OH 45324, (937) 426-
ip Dock (LSD) 7800. Room rate $88.
Denny's in Crystal Reunion Chairman Elmer G.
ie fourth Thursday Dorsten, 208 N. Elm St.,
nmie at 621-0617. Coldwater, OH 45828-1124, (419)
Corps League 678-2618.
ent 819 meets at 0 The USS Nitro AE-2 & AE-23
thursday monthly at Association will hold its annual
1087 in Beverly reunion from June 21 to 24 in
Washington, D.C. For information,
our help on the visit at ussnitro.org or e-mail
gram, honor ebb23@aol.com.


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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Monday: Breakfast-- Chicken
breakfast biscuit, cereal variety,
assorted yogurt, mixed fruit, -
toast/jelly, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Cheese pizza round,
chicken nuggets, salad shaker, gar-
den salad, carrots, turnip greens,
orange, crackers, milk and juice vari-
ety.
Tuesday. Breakfast Breakfast
breaks meal, apple slices, tater tots,
milk vanety.
Lunch Tacos, chicken and yel-
low nce, vegetarian plate, garden
salad, Spanish rice, green beans,
black-eyed peas, grapes, milk and
juice variety.
Wednesday: Breakfast- French
toast, mini loaf, yogurt, pineapple,
milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Beanie weenies, salad
shaker, Salisbury steak with gravy,
rice with gravy, garden salad, com, ...
-pineapple, combread, crackers, milk
and juice variety.
Thursday: Breakfast Sweet
potato muffin, scrambled eggs with
cheese, peaches, tater tots, milk vari-
ety, orange juice. --
Lunch Spaghetti, turkey wrap,
vegetarian plate, garden salad, peas
and carrots, roll, peaches, spice bar,
milk and juice variety.
Friday: Breakfast Cheese grits,
ham slice, applesauce, toast/jelly,
milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Barbecued rib hoagie,
pizza strip with baked beans, salad
shaker, garden salad, peas, baked
french fries, orange, crackers, milk
and juice variety.
MIDDLE SCHOOL
Monday: Breakfast- Waffle
sticks, chicken breakfast biscuit, cere-
al (variety), orange, toast/jelly, tater
tots, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Hot dog on bun, chicken
and yellow rice, tuna salad plate,
crackers, garden salad, tumip
greens, french fries, baked beans,
fresh fruit, mixed fruit, milk and juice
variety.
Tuesday: Breakfast-- Breakfast
sausage pizza, sausage biscuit, cere-
al (variety), applesauce, banana,
toast/jelly, tater tots, milk variety,
orange juice.
Lunch Tacos, macaroni and
cheese with ham, chef salad plate,
green beans, baked sweet potato,.......
garden salad, Spanishrice, black-
eyed peas, peas and carrots, crack-
ers, fresh fruit, apple crisp, milk and
juice variety.
Wednesday: Breakfast-
Scrambled eggs with cheese, sliced
ham, grits, cereal (variety), mixed
fruit, banana, breakfast bar, toast/jelly,
tater tots, milk variety, orange juice.
-Lunch Chris P Chicken bites,
burrito combo, turkey salad plate,
pretzel, scalloped potatoes, garden
salad, vegetable blend (Italian), com,
fresh fruit, pineapple, milk and juice
variety.


Feb. 5 to 9 MENUS

Thursday: Breakfast-- Ham and
cheese toast, cheese grits, cereal
(variety), pineapple, banana, tater
tots, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Turkey wrap, meatloaf,
breaded chicken salad plate, mashed
potato, broccoli, garden salad, car-
rots, fresh fruit, applesauce, spice
bar, pretzel rod, milk and juice variety.
Friday: Breakfast Sweet potato
muffin, cheese toast, cereal (variety),
orange, peaches, toast/jelly, tater tots,
milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Pepperoni stuffed sand-
wich, com dog, garden salad, lima
beans, mixed vegetables, fresh fruit,
peaches, gelatin with whipped top-
ping, milk and juice variety.
HIGH SCHOOL
Monday: Breakfast-- Sausage
biscuit, cereal, grilled cheese, biscuit
and gravy, doughnut, tater tots,
toast/jelly, grits, orange, mixed fruit,
milk variety, orange juice.,
.. Lunch Country fried steak with
gravy, garden salad, rice with gravy,
cabbage, lima beans, corn, fresh fruit,
pears, roll, pizza, salad bar, hamburg-
er and hoagie bars, french fries, milk.
Tuesday: Breakfast-- Ham, egg
and cheese bagel, biscuit and gravy,
cereal, doughnut, toast/jelly, grits,
tater tots, orange, peaches, milk vari-
ety, orange juice.
Lunch Chicken and yellow rice,
vegetable blend (Calif. Normandy),
peas, cornm, roll, fresh fruit, pineapple,
pizza, salad bar, chicken and hoagie
bars, french fries, milk.
Wednesday: Breakfast- Country
ham and potato, grilled cheese, cere-
al, biscuit and gravy, grits, doughnut,
toast/jelly, tater tots, banana, orange,
pineapple, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Beef-a-roni, green
beans, corn, garden salad, comn-
bread, fresh fruit, peaches, gelatin,
pizza, salad bar, hamburger and


hoagie bars, french fries, milk.
Thursday: Breakfast Ham, egg
and cheese bagel,.cereal, grilled
cheese, biscuit and gravy, doughnut,
grits, tater tots, toast/jelly, banana,
orange, apple slices, milk variety,
orange juice.
Lunch Chicken pot pie, salad,
tumip greens, baked beans, black-
eyed peas, com, fresh fruit, pineap-
ple, pizza, salad bar, cake, chicken
and hoagie bars, french fries, milk.
Friday: Breakfast Breakfast
sausage pizza, biscuit and gravy,
cereal, grilled cheese, doughnut,
grits, toast/jelly, tater tots, orange,
applesauce, milk variety, orange
juice.
Lunch Lasagna, Italian pasta
salad, broccoli, com, roll, fresh fruit,
mixed fruit, pizza, salad bar, ham-
burger, hoagie bars, french fries, milk.-
CONGREGATE DINING
Monday: Meatballs with mush-
room gravy over rotini noodles, green
beans, stewed tomatoes, whole
wheat bread with margarine, mixed
fruit cup, low-fat milk.
Tuesday: Oven fried chicken,
black-eyed peas, mixed greens, bis-
cuit with margarine, peach crisp with
whipped topping, low-fat milk.
Wednesday: Pork patty with
brown gravy, mashed potatoes, broc-
coli cuts, whole wheat bread with
margarine, fresh apple, low-fat milk.
Thursday: Lima bean and turkey
ham casserole, winter vegetable
medley, tossed salad with French
dressing, warm strawberry apple-
sauce, combread with margarine,
low-fat milk.
Friday: Tuna salad, beet and
onion salad, green pea and cheese
salad, whole wheat bread with mar-
garine, vanilla pudding with shipped
topping and wafers, low-fat milk.
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Today

Your Birthday: Your possibilities
for generating additional income
from sources other than your usual
ones appear promising. Look into
supplemental ways to add to your
holdings, which could prove prof-
'itable.
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) -
Try not to make any suggestions to
friends as to how they should han-
dle their financial affairs. If your tips
prove unfruitful, it could be more
harmful to them than you could
imagine.
Pisces (Feb. 20-March 20) -
Should an opinion about which you
feel strongly not be too popular
among your companions, don't be
stupid about imposing your views
on a hostile audience. You'll lose
favor with friends.
Aries (March 21-April 19) -If
you're feeling slightly sluggish late-
ly, perhaps it is time to get that
needed exercise you've been
neglecting. The longer you put it
off, the more difficult it will be to get
back in shape.
Taurus (April 20-May 20) -
Overindulgence of any kind -
financial, physical or where food
and drink are concerned is apt
to be a difficult inclination to con-
trol. Get your back up and be disci-
plined.
Gemini (May 21-June 20) -
Inviting a guest over to your place
without checking to see what your
spouse's plans are could evoke a
chilly reception. Don't assume
everybody wants what you want.
Cancer (June 21-July 22) -
Someone might supply you with
some juicy information, but unless
you can substantiate it as fact,

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"Because I Said So" (PG-13) 1
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"The Messengers" (PG-13)
1:30 p.m., 4:20 p.m., 7:40 p.m.
"Epic Movie" (PG-13) 1:40
p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:50 p.m.
"Departed" (R) 3:45 p.m.
"The Queen" (PG-13) 1:10
p.m., 7:10 p.m.
"Night at the Museum" (PG)
1:20 p.m., 4:15 p.m., 7:30 p.m.
"Babel" (R) 12:50 p.m., 3:50
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"Smokin Aces" (R) 1:40 p.m.,


don't pass it on. If it turns out to be
a nasty lie, you could be blamed
as a contributor.
Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) It
might not be wise to go shopping,
because this could turn out to be
one of those days when you're not
too adroit at managing your funds
and even less capable of handling
another's.
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -
You'll be doing yourself a disserv-
ice if you try to impress someone
merely because you think this per-
son is important. If another doesn't
accept you as you are, it's his or
her loss not yours.
Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -
Resist temptations to embellish a
story more than you should just to
make others sit up and take notice.
They'll pay attention, all right, but
it's more likely to be of your pre-
tense and phoniness.
Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -
Unless you're careful and not
drawn into someone else's plans,
the larger portion of expenses you
incur will be because of others'
needs and not your own. Be pru-
dent with your funds.
Sagittarius (Nov. 23-Dec. 21)
- Don't wait on others to come to
your assistance before you think
you can start anything. Actually,
you'll be far more effective acting
on your own than doing things
another's way.
Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -
Be very careful about telling little
white lies, no matter the reason:
You might have to tell a larger fib
just to cover your tracks later, and
your memory might not be up to
the task.



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Mission of care begins


Off to Cameroon for babies'sake


am writing my mom's col-
umn, and will be for sever-
al weeks while I share my
travel tales about going to
Africa. Not the tourist-polished
Africa like a Kenya safari, nor
the tourist-welcoming Africa
such as South Africa, or even
the "I forgot that is actually in
Africa" Egypt.
We travelled to Cameroon, a
land of peace, beauty and con-,
tradictions. First, a
bit of background. A
few years back, the
Rev. George N'Keze
of the Buea diocese
in Cameroon came
to Our Lady of
Grace parish in
Beverly Hills to "
help out during the
summer break in
his studies in Anne
Rome.
This was A
arranged with. the Z
help of the Rev.
Charles Leke of Our
Lady of Fatima parish in
Inverness, who also came from
that diocese in Cameroon.
It was an instant love affair
between the parish and Father
George. They brought him back
as much as his studies would
allow.
He continued his studies
through his master's degree
and then went on to pursue a
Ph.D. in education.
Father George spent several
Christmases with us, and got to
meet my sister Beth. .
It was a wonderful afternoon
full of family love, with plenty


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of laughter alternating uih .. ..
serious discussions of our Ie '
and concerns. Two weeks later ,1 E
my sister discovered she had '
inoperable cancer.
She came down to Citrus
County, where she had ir tend-
ed to retire and live out her S a P R
days much much later in hr N ORD
life. .. O
Father George had already. i ."'-"-
returned to his studies iGn "as -' o '
Rome, but Beth ski A
remembered hin? D AnkJ oe a ag
concern forth cial- i .
dren in his home- r -
land, and his %vor- ;
ries about th. .im.o sr CEN EyE
health of the moth- h -
ers and the inortali.- u ,
S- ty of the babies U _AL .
S Beth could not -
have children. She s- T
Fusillo asked mom to use -
.,. the money she ..DI
might get at her ...
death to be used to
help Father .
George's babies
The idea of a baby clinic was Special to the Chronicle
born. Cooperation between Catholic parishes in Citrus County and
My mother nurtured this Cameroon will benefit babies and mothers in that African nation.
idea, and after almost three
years after Beth's death, it was -- We were supposed to travel Father Austin and myself.
ready to start to be real. with Beth's best friend, Next week, we'll look at the
We had planned a trip to Jeanine Miami, and her moth- research and preparation
Cameroon together all this er, Norma, Anna Palmer and involved in undertaking our
time, and even through her the Rev. Austin Mullen from trip, and our friends' concerns.
hospitalization last summer, Our Lady of Grace
the trip became the main Jeanine, on assignment in
incentive for her recovery. Germany, was broadsided on
She almost made it, but a fall the ski slopes and badly Anne Fusillo and her husband
in early December, and a bout injured her knee, and her mom Frank, owned a travel agency
of pneumonia just before and Anna had concerns about in Wheaton, Ill., for 17years.
Christmas was God's way of their husbands, so suddenly Questions or comments? Give
telling her "not this time." our party of six became Bob, her a call at 564-9552.


Day TRIPPING


B.H. Woman's Club
plans day at races
The Beverly Hills Woman's Club
is sponsoring a trip to Tampa Bay
Downs for live horse racing
Saturday, March 24.


The bus will depart at 9 a.m.
from Beverly Hills and return about
5:30 p.m.
Call Rosella Hale at 746-2545
for prices and to get your name on
the list.
Seating is limited and the last


Art of the road in Inverness


Special to the Chronicle
The Old Courthouse
Heritage Museum presents
"The Highwaymen" exhibition
on display through Feb. 28.
Discover the story of the
Highwaymen, a group of pri-
marily self-taught artists who
prospered in the segregated
South of the 1950s and '60s.
They rode the highways, stop-
ping in small towns and carry-
ing their paintings around to
motels, banks, and doctors'
offices. For many years forgot-
ten, their Florida landscapes
are now seen as an important
collection of 20th century art-
work.
The Highwaymen painted
Florida landscapes on wall-
board instead of canvas, mass-
producing loud, bold pictures


of Florida's subtropical wilder-
ness. Segregation and racist
attitudes prevented the artists
from selling their works in tra-
ditional art galleries, so they
took another route. They usu-
ally charged $25 to $35 dollars
per painting, but paintings are
now selling nationally for thou-
sands of dollars.
The artwork in the exhibit is
on loan from several private.
collections.
Win your very own Robert
Lewis Jr. painting, donated by
Lewis as a fundraiser for the
Citrus County Historical
Society. Tickets on sale now
until Feb. 28. Drawing will be
Feb. 28, the last day of the
Highwaymen exhibit. Tickets
are $1 each, or six for $5. There
are only 500 tickets, so don't
delay


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this popular outing is March 16.
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neighbors together and spend a


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Hit the road with
Citrus Singles Club
Citrus Singles Club offers the
following trips:
Wednesday Day trip to the
Hard Rock Casino.
March 6 Trip to "Arabian
Nights" in Orlando. Price includes
show, bus, dining, tip and tax.
Reservations deadline is Feb. 20.
For information, call Sol at 795-
1336.
Make new friends
with Manatee Singles
Members of the Manatee
Singles & Social Club may be
older, but are still young at heart.
All interested persons are wel-
come. Meetings are at 7 p.m. the
fourth Monday monthly at the
Beverly Hills Community Building.
Bring a covered dish and a
hearty appetite. Dues are $5 for
six months, or $9 for a year. Call
860-0158 or 746-7842 for further
information.
Come dance in
Beverly Hills
The public is invited to dance
from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Friday,
March 30, to the dynamic sounds
of Eddie Shannon at the Beverly
Hills Recreation Center at 77 Civic
Circle, Beverly Hills.
Tickets are $6 and include light
refreshments. Doors open at 7
p.m. Advance tickets, beginning
Feb. 19, are available for purchase
at the office from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. Monday to Friday. Tickets at
the door will be $7.
Call 352-746-4882 for ques-
tions.
Dance with your
Valentine on Feb. 18
The public is invited to a
Valentine Dance from 7:30 p.m. to
10:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 18, with
Eddie Shannon at the Beverly Hills
Recreation Center at 77 Civic
Circle, Beverly Hills.
Ticket price of $6 includes light
refreshments. Doors open at 7
p.m. Advance ticket sales are
available for purchase at the office
from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. every
Monday to Friday.
Tickets are on sale now until
Feb. 18. Call (352) 746-4882.
Spirited dancers
plan fun Saturdays
Dancing lifts the spirits, so why
not join in on a fun evening of
good dance music, good dance
floor and friendly dancers?
Saturday night dances are staged
at Kellner Auditorium, 102 Civic
Circle, Beverly Hills, and are spon-
sored by Spirit of Citrus Dancers,
USA DANCE Chapter 6072 (a
nonprofit organization).
The Feb. 10 dance celebrates
dancers bom in February, with Bill
Dimmitt providing great dance
music. The theme for the Feb. 24
dance is "Lady in Red Ball." All
women are encouraged to wear
red.
Admission is $7 for nonmem-
bers and $5 for members. The
complimentary dance lesson will
begin at 7 p.m.; general dancing is
from 7 to 10. There is a get-
acquainted table for dancers with-
out dance partners. Coffee, sodas
and ice are available.
Call Ann at 344-3768 or Kathy
and Lloyd at 726-1495 or visit
www.socdancers.org.
German club plans
Spring Dance
The German American Club of
West Central Florida invites all to
its Spring Dance from 1 to 5 p.m.
Sunday, Feb. 11, at the Beverly
Hills Recreation Center, 77 Civic
Circle, Beverly Hills.
This is a Bavarian-style affair
with costumes, zither-accordion
Music, singing and yodeling. The
entertainment is provided by the
German musicians Sepp and
Heinz Diepolder.
Admission is $8 and includes
free coffee and cake. Otherwise,
BYOB. For advance tickets and
information, call (352) 237-7016
(Ocala) or e-mail
irmhorst@aol.com.
Italian club offers
Valentine party
The Italian Social Club on


County Road 486 will have its
annual Valentine Dinner Dance on
Saturday, Feb. 10. Doors will be
open at 5:30 p.m., with dinner at 6
featuring turkey with dressing,
potato and vegetable, along with
salad and dessert.
Music will be provided by Chet
the D.J. The cost is $13 per per-
son. Call Marie at 726-8406 or
Maria at 560-7916.
You can also enjoy Chef
Debbie's cooking each Thursday
at 5 p.m. and at our Sunday
brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The
menu is varied and appeals to all.
You need not be a member or
Italian to enjoy these meals.


==== Weddings

Paulk-Fish


Melissa Harper Paulk and
Jeffrey Allen Fish of Hernando
were united in marriage at 3
p.m. Friday, Sept 15, 2006, at
The Wedding Chapel in
Inverness. Donna Viglione offi-
ciated the service.


Lobsiger-Macatee

Melodie Lobsiger and Frank
"Buzzy" Macatee III were unit-
ed in marriage Saturday, Jan.
6,2007, at Cats Point Beach, St.
Petersburg. Tom Errickson,
Weddings on a Whim, per-
formed the service.
The bride is the daughter of
Michele and Wayne Roberts of
Dunnellon and Chuck and
Jean Lobsiger of Ocala.
The groom is the son of
Frank Macatee Jr. of Spring
Hill and Grace Kneebusch of
St Petersburg.
Maid of honor was Emily
Klinger and bridesmaids were
Christina Lobsiger, Mell
Comperatore and Lara Kelley.
Best man was Rich Kleber
and groomsmen were Austin
Coleman, Clayton Heitt and
Zach Marszalekl
The bride attended
Dunnellon High School and is
the events and purchasing
coordinator for Prudential
Tropical Realty.
The groom attended
Lecanto High School and is
employed at Trugreen
Chemlawn in sales and mar-
keting.
The couple will live in New
Port Richey.

YOUR PHOTOS
Photos need to be in.
proper exposure: neither
too light nor too dark.
InSEND clude name,
address and phone num-
ber.
When identifying persons
in your photo, do so from
left to right.
Photos cannot be
returned without a self-
addressed, stamped enve-
lope.
For more information, call


.Engagement


Laroie-Strawn

Jim and Vicki Laroie of
Citrus Springs are pleased to
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Jamie Lee
Laroie, to Michael Thomas
Strawn, son of Michelle
Pugliese of Crystal River and
Charlie Strawn of Dunnellon.
The bride-elect is a hairstyl-
ist at Hot Rods Salon and the
future bridegroom is employed
at Progress Energy.
The wedding is set for Oct. 19
at Seven Rivers Presbyterian
Church.

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=-==- -Anniversar ies

The Wilburs


Barbara and Dale Wilbur of
Inverness celebrated their
50th wedding anniversary on
Feb. 2, 2007. They were mar-
ried Feb. 2, 1957, in Brookfield,
Ill. They currently reside, dur-
ing the summer, in Tonica, Ill.
Celebrating their life together
are their children: Brock, Mike
and wife Cindy, Dan and wife
Michelle and Susan and hus-
band Jim Langley; nine grand-
children and great-grandchil-
dren.


The Cozzis


Jessa Lauren Wisnewski
turned 1 year old on Jan. 23.
Jessa is the daughter of Mike
and Heather Wisnewski of
Crystal River and has two big
brothers, Sean and Shane.
Maternal grandparents are
Bobbi and Russ Woodfield of
Crystal River and paternal
grandparents are Joanne and
Al Wisnewski of Inverness.

FORMS AVAILABLE
The Chronicle has forms
available for wedding and
engagement
announcements,
anniversaries, birth
announcements and first
birthdays.
Photos submitted with
announcements need to
be in sharp focus.
Photos printed on plain
paper do not reproduce
well.
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Kyla Goode celebrated her
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Kyla is the daughter of Brad
and Alison Goode of Inglis.
Maternal grandparents are
Claudia Keiser, Steve
Anderson and the late Andrew
Keiser, Inglis.
Paternal grandparents are
Donny and Shelly Goode,
Inglis.


Linda and Michael Cozzi of
Lecanto were married Feb. 1,
1957, in Chicago, Ill.
The couple, both retired,
have lived in Citrus County for


27 years.
The Cozzis have two daugh-
ters, Yolanda Tichenor and
Teresa Cozzi, and three grand-
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Watch my man purse, buddy


ast year, I watched the Counter Terrorism
Unit's agent extraordinaire, Jack Bauer,
on the hit show "24" shoot, punch, ram,
run, jump, tackle, hit, smash, tackle and, in
every other manly way imaginable, fight a gang
of ruthless terrorists bent on killing a foreign
dignitary who was visiting Los Angeles. The
most interesting thing was that the entire time
he was saving the world from chaos and war, he
was carrying a purse.
Not a woman's purse, silly! A man's purse! A
manly olive green, canvas shoulder bag in
which he kept his cell phone, his supermarket
savings card, his Christmas card list, his Lava
soap, hair gel, deodorant, a laptop, keys, a pair
of clean underwear, a sleep mask, handcuffs,
pepper spray, a company charge card,
dental floss, expense account
receipts, half of a ham panini, change
for the meter, moisturizer, hand
cream, a Taser, sunglasses, a GPS, cell
phone charger, wallet, checkbook,
Dentyne and this week's script
changes.
It was a perfect bag for daytime or
evenings, late nights and early morn-
ings pretty much 24 hours a day. J
And it went with practically every-
thing. Not a big worry for Jack Bauer; MUI
he's been wearing the same clothes
for six years. But for the rest of us who like to
change more frequently, say, four or five times a
day, with nice, long, hot showers in between, it
works just as well.
Some men might want to call it a "shoulder
bag," or a "messenger bag" or for the really inse-
cure, "a military shoulder bag" as if when
you're digging around in it after brunch at a
wine bar saying, "I know those breath mints are
in here someplace" it will sound more mascu-
line.
Not that you'd ever catch Jack Bauer in a
wine bar you'd catch him wearing Special
Ops panties and big hoop earrings, first No,
Jack likes out-of-the-way places abandoned
chemical plants, empty loading docks, deserted


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warehouses, half-full parking garages all
locations where you can film on the cheap.
This season Jack hasn't been carrying his man
purse. He must have left it in China where he
spent the last year and a half (six months in TV
time) and hasn't had the time to shop for anoth-
er one. Jack doesn't seem like the kind of guy
who likes to go shopping. I can't see him in
Macy's saying, "Does it come in any other col-
ors?" "How many items can I take into the
dressing room at one time?" "Does this make
me look fat?" "Does it come in ecru?" I can,
however, see him holding a 9mm on a sales asso-
ciate and saying "Pick out something nice or I'll
blow your head off. Now! Move it!"
I can't picture Jack in a restaurant, either I
don't think I've ever seen Jack eat
anything on that show. I keep trying
to imagine the kind of restaurant that
Jack Bauer would like but I draw a
blank
"Would you like to hear about our
specials tonight, Mr Bauer?"
"Do I look like I have time for that?
Give me something raw. Quick Like
a lobster Don't waste time killing it,
M I'll shoot it here."
This isn't to say that Jack doesn't
.LEN have a tender side. He actually shed
a tear a few weeks back after he had
to kill one of his best friends. I know what you're
thinking, "friends don't shoot friends in the
neck," but he had to or terrorists would set off a
nuclear weapon in Los Angeles killing thou-
sands of people. But it went off anyway at the
end of the show.
"Whoops! Sorry about killing you!" Would this
have happened if he had still had his man
purse? Maybe, maybe not But at least he would
have had a tissue in there to wipe away his
tears.

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Worth NOTING


Citrus Springs library
slates events
The Citrus Springs Memorial
Library lists the following schedule
of events for February:
Tuesday, 10 a.m. The Citrus
Springs Genealogy Society meets.
Call Tomie Maxam at (352) 465-
7448. Visit the Website at
www.rootsweb.com/-flcsgc/.
Thursday, 1 p.m.- The
Creative Calligraphers meet Call


June Towner at (352) 489-9717.
Friday, 1 p.m.- The
Gingerbread Poets meet. Call
Virginia Buelke at (352) 489-9148.
Wednesday, Feb. 14, 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. The Library Celebrates
its 20th anniversary. Come join us
for refreshments and a get-togeth-
er.
Wednesday, Feb. 21, 1 p.m.
- Horticulture with Peter Dobbs.
This is the program for you if you
are having problems with lawns or


plants. Call (352) 489-2313.
i Monday, Feb. 24, 10 to 11:30
a.m. Blood Pressure Clinic
'offered by the Citrus County Health
Dept. Call (352) 465-7448.
Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2 p.m.
Welcome to the Book
Discussion Group for lively talk on
books and authors. Call (352) 489-
1891.
The Library's hours are 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and
Friday; 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.


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Daughters must make



decision to report abuse


all of whom were molested by their
father between the ages of 7 and 17. She
and her sister "Sally" were the two youngest,
and they were the ones who ended up with the
most abuse.
This has been eating at me (and
the other husbands) for the past 20
years. My wife's emotional scars and
nervous habits are still noticeable. I
know their mother knew about the
abuse, because when they confront-
ed her 15 years ago, she yelled at
them and said, "There are certain
things you don't tell your husbands."
I very badly want to go to the cops
or get a lawyer and make their father
pay for psychiatric help for every-
one. I don't understand why an insur-
ance company should have, to pay ANN
when the person responsible is well MAIL
off and able to walk the streets freely.
Your help would be appreciated. -
Confused with Morals
Dear Confused: We understand your outrage,
but this must be your wife's decision. Any action
you take without her approval will only create
more problems for her, and we know you don't
want that We agree that Dad should not get off
without taking responsibility for his abuse and
making amends. Your wife is apparently in
counseling, which is good, so suggest she dis-
cuss with her counselor how to deal with Dad,
and then please abide by her decision.
Dear Annie: My mother-in-law has a social
anxiety that makes visits increasingly difficult
Try as we might, we are running out of patience.
For the past seven years, Mom slowly has
been regressing to her bedroom. Our children
used to have a grandmother who baked and
taught them fun and interesting things. Now she
just smokes and watches TV in bed. When we
visit, we must sit on the end of the bed or stand
around in her room.
I am not a heartless person, but I no longer
feel comfortable visiting too often. We are
required to call ahead, and most times she gives
us the "I don't feel like visitors" line. Yet if we
don't come by frequently enough, she calls and


chews us out What do we do? Torn
Dear Torn: First, has your mother-in-law spo-
ken to a therapist? Would she be amenable to
medication? Contact the Anxiety Disorders
Association of America (adaa.org), 8730 Georgia
Ave., Suite 600, Silver Spring, MD 20910, for
information and assistance.
BMeanwhile, please do what you can
to visit Mom cannot control her anx-
iety without professional interven-
.' tion, so bring folding chairs into the
bedroom and you won't be standing
around on one foot waiting to leave.
Dear Annie: I am writing in
response to "Heartsick Parents,"
whose daughter went to college and
came back a lesbian. My beautiful
and very intelligent daughter was
engaged and living with her fiance,
lIE'S but when I came home from a short
vacation, she had moved back home
LBOX and announced she was gay.
Tell "Heartsick" their daughter is
the same beautiful woman they raised. Just
because she dresses or looks different does not
mean she isn't beautiful inside. I almost lost my
daughter because she believed I did not accept
her choice. She moved across the country, and
we did not speak for six months. She now lives
closer to home. She and her partner have been
together for five years, and I have delightful 18&
month-old twin granddaughters (through artifi-
cial insemination). I love my daughter and her
family with all my heart i
I truly do not understand this lifestyle, but
they are as stable and happy as any married
couple I know. Love your children no matter
what life they choose. -Accepted It in Missouri
DearAccepted: Bless you for putting things ir
'the proper perspective. We hope other parents
are listening.


Annie's Mailbox is written by Kathy Mitchell
and Marcy Sugar, longtime editors of the Ann
Landers column. E-mail questions to
anniesmailbox@comcastnet, or write to:
Annie's Mailbox, P.O. Box 118190,
Chicago, IL 60611. .


Sunday PUZZLER

Puzzle answer is on Page 12A.


ACROSS
1 Figure on a playing
card
6 Mailed
10 Engagement (abbr.)
14 Hold tightly
19 Walks through water
20 Make an effort
22 Mixed greens
24 High-ranking Turk
25 Notched, as leaf :
26 Fluctuate
27 Rub clean
28 "- is Bom"
29 Area unit
30 Kind of hall
32 Borders
34 Ripped
35 Relating to heat
39 Fixed gaze
41 Smashed to pieces
43 A flower
45 Camel relative
47 Brought to bay
48 Showy actor
51 Impairment
53 Manufacturing plant
55 Hankering
56 Bread roll
59 Succulent plant
61 Playing card
62 Onion-like plant
64 Gates
66 Dame
68 Color
70 Despotic ruler
72 Goes fast on foot
73 Draw aimlessly
75 Malediction
77 Handle
79 Additional
80 Mounted a canvas
82 Arabia
84 The Comhusker
State
86 Norse mariner
88 Cost
90 Earsplitting
91 Woodwind instrument
95 Deceives
97 Of the eye
101 Loud sound
102 Heron
104 Workers' organization
106 Call forth
108 Savory jelly
110 Pines


112 Cain's victim
114 Not at all wordy
115 Atelier
117 Gin flavoring
118 Colossal
120 Water barrier
121 Soft food for babies
122 Propane, e.g.
124 Dirty
126 Necktie
128 ,Bad (prefix)
129 Edrly TV lawyer
131 Dish
133 Lawful
135 Like a parody
139 Marks from injuries
141 Ordinary
145 Goofs
146 Kind of nurse
148 Oneof the Muses
150 Fashion
151 Angry
153 Tennessee Ford
155 Catkin
157Put up with
158 Stem joints
159 Pilot's "OK"
160 ibllical mount
161 Danger
162 Pitchers
163 Used to be
164 tce cream holder
165 Blond lock






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DOWN
1 Perspiration
2 Dry out
3 Uke a lot
4 Leave in the lurch
5 Dir. letters
6 Baste
7 Test
8 Birthmark
9 Supporting frame-
work
10 Beast of burden
11 Step
12 Trudges
13 Gave lessons
14 Books expert (abbr.)
15 Endured
16 John Jacob -
17 Use with others
18 Reduced
21 and error
23 Dismal
31 Study in haste
33 Precipitous
36 Wet earth
37 Ladd or Alda
38 Boundary
40 Post or Dickinson
42 Religious doctrine
44 Fear
46 Wide-awake
48 Cards held
49 Standoffish
50 Kind of scooter
52 Biological group
54 Discover
56 Stream of water
57 Ne plus -
58 Wall Street abbr.
60 Earth goddess
63 Genuflect
65 "- and the Man"
67 Rice or Gantry
69 Springe
70 Long and boring
71 Forbidden
74 Uncanny
76 Ride a wave
78 Armistice
81 Dirty-looking
83 Picture
85 Fully grown
87 Harvest goddess
89 Essays of -
91 Rica
92 Take eagerly (2 wds.)
93 Saharan


94 River ducks
96 Not tipsy at all
98 Fibbed
99 Bitter
100 Hazardous
101 Coarse file
103 Group of soldiers
105 Neighborof India
107 Letters
109 Item in a humidor
111 Simon and Armstron!
113 Body organ
116 Fertile place
119 Imprison
123 Association football
125 Shoestring
126 Of fired clay
127 The "it" game
129 Masculine title
130 Cramped
132 "- Bulba"
134 Wood for building
135 Fishing net
136 Dart cousin
137 Commerce
138 Sudden movement
forward
140 Office worker,
for short
142 River in France
143 Ababa
144 Film spools
147 Coffin stand
149 - even keel
152 Curve shape
154 Before
156 Stalemate
157 Fitting


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in


Citrus wrestler Craig Barker, right, defeated Nature Coast's David Simonson in the 114-weight category
and then later in the night defeated Crystal River's Brandon Jones to win the district title.


Citrus cruises to district title,


12 wrestlers headed to regionals


Pirates advance 6, Panthers send 5 to regional tournament


JON-MICHAEL SORACCHI
^r jmsoracchi@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
v, It wasn't cockiness that the Citrus
wrestling team possessed Saturday.
But the Hurricanes were certainly
' very confident that they'd pull off
the repeat
Citrus claimed its second consec-
utive District 1A-5 championship in
the Hurricanes' gym by scoring 230
points. Runner-up Hernando, in
contrast, tallied 205 points.
"It's very gratifying," said Citrus
coach Mike Porcelli. "It was a dog-
fight throughout. Hernando and


Crystal River both had stout teams."
The Hurricanes improved over
last year's district title by scoring
more team points and sending 12
wrestlers to Friday's Region 1A-2
tournament in Avon Park.
Citrus placed six wrestlers in the
finals and six in the consolation
finals, the most of any team.
Hernando had placed nine in
regionals.
"Winning titles is always fun,"
Porcelli said. "But it's the process
that gets us here."
Crystal River came in third over-
all after totaling 154 points and will
send six grapplers to regionals


while Lecanto, competing in its first
tournament of the year, has five
wrestlers moving on following a
fifth-place finish.
"(The experience) was all new to
our kids," said Lecanto coach Dick
Slack "All the kids wrestled well
and I'm satisfied with the results."
Crystal River coach Craig
Frederick said prior to Saturday's
tournament he thought six Pirates
would move on, and he was right
He didn't necessarily predict how.
"We got upset at a couple of
matches," Frederick said. "But what
Please see rF7? /Page 3B


ABOVE: Citrus
wrestler Cory
Wheeler, (yellow
cap), won an early
match against
Crystal River's
Dustin Panaccione
in the 142-weight
class and was the
district runner-up.
LEFT: Citrus' Josh
Rutherford, top,
defeats North
Marion's Derek
Pinard in the 147-
weight class and
later finished as the
district runnerup.


Boys Soccer i M. TOURNEY --... --..... ..


Pirates kick way to 1-0 regional win


ALAN FESTO
r* afesto@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Just over a minute into the second
;r half, Crystal River's Xavier
J Villachica was on the receiving end
'. of a deflected pass in the St.
Augustine box.
For an opposing goalie, nothing
could be worse.
Villachica finished by bending
V the ball into the upper left corner of


the net where the Yellow Jacket
keeper had no chance.
"Everytime Xavier is in the box
he's dangerous," Crystal River
coach Mike Callaway said. "When
he's there and he's on, it's money
most times."
The goal gave Crystal River a 1-0
lead and ultimately the 1-0 victory
over St Augustine in the regional
quarterfinals of the state tournament
"It feels great to win again,"
Villachica said. "Especially in the


regional and for the seniors."
St Augustine (10-8-2) suffered a
huge loss 20 minutes into the game
when keeper John Fraiser came out
of the box and was called for an
intentional handball. Fraiser was
blue carded and sent to the sidelines
leaving his team a man down.
Striker Emmanuel Ercole was
forced to take his place. The move
threw the Yellow Jackets' game plan

Please see 'r -. 7'/:.Page 3B


Leg-weary Panthers fall


JOHN COSCIA
jcoscia@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
The opening round regional game
between the Lecanto Panthers and
the Nease Panthers boys' soccer
teams was a one-sided catfight
Saturday afternoon. The hometown
Nease cats took control of the game


the ball, faster on the release and
out-hustled Lecanto on nearly every
play. Certainly a contributing factor
to that end was the fact that Lecanto
had to make a 4-hour, 200-plus mile
bus ride three times in the span of 48
hours, before even taking the field
against the omnipotent Nease offen-
sive machine.
Lecanto traveled to Nease


early and never let up, invoking the Thursday night for its scheduled
mercy rule with an 8-0 victory in the opening round regional contest but
game's 58th minute.
On this day, Nease was quicker to Please see .- -/' ,/Page 3B


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INDIANAPOLIS


Offense
Total yards: 6,070
Passing
4,308

First downs: 376
Passing
241
By pe


Rushing
m i,


Rushing


nalty 23 "' .


S 18 Peyton
Manning
Has so many
weapons that the
SBears might need to
scrap some of their
cover-2 pass defenses
and gamble on man
K. coverage.


S29 Joseph
./ .-- Addai


ATT YDS AVG LG TD
226 1,081 4.8 41 7

Explosiveness in open field on first
and second downs; power runner
Dominic Rhodes used on third-
down short yardage situations.

RUSHING ATT YDS AVG TD
Dominic Rhodes 187 641 3.4 5
Peyton Manning 23 36 1.6 4


RECEIVING
Marvin Harrison
Reggie Wayne
Ben Utecht
Dallas Clark
Joseph Addai
Dominic Rhodes
Bryan Fletcher
Brandon Stokley
Aaron Moorehead
Ricky Proehl
Dan Klecko


AVG TD
14.4 12
15.2 9
10.2 0
12.2 4
8.1 1
7.0 0
11.2 2
10.6 1
10.3 1
10.0 0
2.0 1


FELDGOALS 1-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Adam Vinatieri 4/4 12/13 9/10 0/1

Pro Bowlers (5)
POS PLAYER
S TarikGlenn
WR Marvin Harrison
QB Peyton Manning
C Jeff Saturday
WR Reggie Wayne


Tony Dungy
One of the more likeable people
in sports, is also one of the
winningest. With the most
i balanced team he's coached to
dale, and
leadership at
key
positions.
Dungy
seems
poised
for his
first
champion-
ship.


'''a


Passing
2,548


SACKS N
Robert FrMhis 9
Daoghi Freeney 5


Tampa Bay
- (1996-01)
SIndianapolis
(2002-06)
Regular season
W L PCT
114 62 .648
Postseason
8 8 .500
TOT 122 70.655


Defense
Total yards
allowed: 5,316


Rushing


JO INT NO
9 r,.ClK H.al:r -
55 Casi June 3
JaEon DavO
Mike Do; :


With Ihe 5-8, 206-pound dynamo
Sanders, the Colls will play eight
men up and dare Ihe Bears to
throw on early downs, particularly
firsi Indy has seven postseason
sacks, and Dwight Freeney is. by
far, Iheir most dangerous pass
rusher. Bears must watch for blitzes
from the secondary.


DOLPHIN STADIUM, MIAMI


For the Bears and Colts, it's going to be all business at their...


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Providing protection The offensive lines:


RT RG Center LG LT
71 Ryan 73 Jake 63 Jeff 65 Ryan 78 Tarik
Diem Scott Saturday Lilja Glenn
The Colts must get a surge from center Saturday and
guards Lilja and Scott to offer some balance on the ground.
If they can protect Manning, particularly when Bears' rookie
sackmaster Mark Anderson is in the game, some deep
throws could be open.






RT RG Center LG LT
69 Fred 63 Roberto 57 Olin 74 Ruben 76 John
Miller Garza Kreutz Brown Tait
One of the best units in the NFL, the Bears are
anchored by All-Pro center Kreutz, veteran
tackles Tait and Miller and guards Brown
and Garza. Grossman has trouble reading
blitzes, but the Colts are not a blitzing team.



Probable Wa
87WR T. Glen
starters 78*
The game will feature
strength against
strength with the Colts
offense, ranked Ihird
during the regular B. Ulecht
season, going against 8. TE p. Manning
a Bears defense 18 QB
that finished Ihe
season ranked
fifth overall. H.Smith J. Add
17.P 29.R


A. Vinatlerl
4 4K



Ring bling
The NFL pays for up lo 150
rings up to $5,000 each for
the winner, and for up to 150 0
pieces ol jewelry lor the runner-
up The runners-up jewelry
must cost no more than half of
the winners.
Jewelry costs per team:


^ $375,000
NOTE The league also pays for any
increases in gold and a amond pice.i


Patriots
ring
S ringN. Harper
25 LCB
R Ma




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1 4OLB



B. Sanders 58 MLB
21 *FS


A. Bethea
41 SS


T. Johnson
35-SS




L. Briggs
55 OLB *


SM. Muhammad T. Jones
87 uWR a 20 RB


R. Grossman
8,.on


9 J. McKle
37* FB


T he game's top QB finally gets
his chance at a ring, the first
two black coaches in history are also
close friends and, like so many past
Super Bowls, an elite defense takes
on an explosive offense. History will
be made once again this Super
Sunday when two defenders of the old
guard collide for a chance at the
Lombardi Trophy.


D. Mannng
38 *FS



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Season
e statistics
-c... :TIImI The Colts and Bears
33 LCB scored the same amount of
points this year- 427 each.



*Tie RANK RANK
Total offense 379.4: 3 324.9 15
Rush i 110.1 18* 119.9 15
Pas S 269.2 2 205.1 14
Points scored per game 26.7 2* 26.7 2*
Total defense 332.3 21 294.1 5
Rush 173.0 32 99.4 6
Pass 159.2 2 194.8 11
Points allowed per game 22.5 20 15.9 3
3rd-down conversions 56.1% 1 36.8 % 22


R. Gould
CO




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Building
blocks


B. Berrian
80 WR


The Colts
brought more of
their players to the
team through the
drah. while the Bears
were evenly split
between drafted players
and free agent signing.


CHICAGO

Offense
Total yards: 5,199
Passing Rushing


First downs: 300
Passing Rushing


By penalty 36 ....
8 Rex
Grossman i ,*
Made more big plays
in the postseason than
bonehead ones, and
if he isn't severely
pressured, he makes ,
good decisions.


20 Thomas
Jones

ATT YDS AVG LG TD
296 1.210 4.1 30 6

Likely to handle the bulk of the load,
has four rushing TDs to go with 189
yards in two playoff games. With
Cedric Benson forms a solid but
unspectacular duo. ,

RUSHING .. ATT....S AVy.G T..
Cedrnc Bensor, 157 647 4 1 6
Adrian Peterson ........ .41.4.1 2
Jason McKie 8 18 2.3 0
Bernard Berrian 2 5 2.5 0
Rex Grossman .... 24 2 ....... 0.1 0
Brian Griese 6 -5 -0.8 0'
RECEIVING REC YDS AVG TD
Muhsin Muhammad 60 863 14.4 5 'i
Bernard Berrian 51 775 15.2 6
Desmond Clark 45 626 13.9 6 "
Rashied Davis 22 303 13.8 2
Mark Bradley 14 282 20.1 3 ,
Jason McKie 25 162 6.5 0
Thomas Jones 36 154 4.3 0
Adrian Peterson 6 88 14.7 0 :
Justin Gage 4 68 17.0 0
Cedric Benson 8 54 6.8 0 ')
John Gilmore 6 38 6.3 2
Gabe Reid 4 37 9.3 0 ':
Rex Grossman 1 -4 -4.0 0
FGS 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+'y
Robbie Gould 6/6 14/16 12/14 0/0-i


Pro Bowlers
POS PLAYED
SP Brenda
LB Lance I
K Robbie
DL Tommie
KR Devin H
C Olin Kr
LB Brian U

Lovie Smil
Worked as
Dungy with th


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3riggs
Gould
SHarris
lester
eutz
rlacher

th
SLB coach under '
ie Bucs. Now the
2005 Coach of :i
the Yearfaces "
his mentor,
.joining him as
the first .:
j African-
S-American
coach
.' in Super
S Bowl
history.

Chicago
(2004-06)
Regular season
w L PCT -.
29 19 .604 :
Post,
2 1 .667
TOT 31 20 .608


Defense
Total yards .
allowed: 4,706
Passing Rushing

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SACKS NO
Mark Anderson 12
Alex Brown 7
A. Ogunleye 6.5
Tommie Harris 5


INT NO
Ricky Manning 5
Charles Tillman 5
Nathan Vasher 3
Brian Urlacher 3
Lance Briggs 2
Alex Brown 2
Chris Harris 2
Danieal Manning 2


The Bears shut down runs up the
middle by the NFC's best offense
when they beat the Saints for the
conference title. It's unlikely Addai
and Rhodes will have a great
impact running to the outside against
active ends Ogunleye and Brown,
All-Pros Urlacher and Briggs.


Manning 3
GAME, YARDS '
1 276 7.
2 400
3 219
4 217
5 Lowest 166
6 Bye week
7 342
8 345
9 326
in n 236

0183
I1 254

13 13
14 313
15 2. 82
160 .205
17 282
WC 268
D, I 17011
Conil -41 a
SOURCES: National Football League; Elias Sports Bureau


Peyton Manning (9th year) Tennessee


ATT C
REG SEASON 557
POSTSEASON 115


gel
With t
WRs a
Dallas Cla
will c
Bears' le
Grossr
card Hi
inconsisti
his succe
and avo


OMP PCT YDS TD INT RTG
362 65.0 4,397 31 9 101.0
72 62.6 787 2 6 66.8
Field LEFT SIDE
Field Under 15 Manning
rals yards Grossman
nerals 15 yards
wo Pro-Bowl or more
nd clutch TE MIDDLE Under 15
ark, Manning yards
challenge the
ared cover-2 15 yards
or more
nan is a wild
is problem is RIGHT Under 15
encv. Keys to
ss: proleclion yards
iding menial 15 yards
mistakes or more


Rex Grossman (4th year) Florida
ATT COMP PCT YDS TD INT RTG
480 262 54.6 3,193 23 20 73.9
64 32 50.0 426 2 1 75.4
COMP ATT TD INT
124 180 8 2
85 142 7 4
25 57 4 1
24 48 6 2 0

40 57 1 1
13 26 1 1
12 20 1 1
3 9 0 1

132 186 13 3
115 191 5 7
29 57 4 1
22 64 4 5


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leeting






Miami


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%,I IRKU.,UNDAI, I Y (UAlY 4,H2007 3B


Irvin, five others elected to Hall

Th M hews, ". very favorite, my quarterback, Troy
Tho as,. M a h Aikman ... he's always in my corner
Wehrl Sanders a d and I thank him for being in my corner
Wehr Sandrs a .nd all the time."
SThomas was the league's most valu-
S:. able player in 1991, when he gained
Hic eronjoin Irvin, ., .,;. more than 2,000 yards from scrim-
Asso ae mage. His 13 seasons with 50-plus
Associated Press receptions, nine of them in a row, are
exceeded only by Jerry Rice. He joins
MIAMI Michael Irvin was elected Y Jim Kelly, who made the Hall of Fame
to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on in 2002, from the Buffalo teams that
Saturday despite a troubled past, won four straight AFC titles before los-
though voters denied entry to retired :. ing in each Super Bowl.
NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue. "Wow. I don't know what to say,"
The former Dallas Cowboys receiv- Thomas said. "It's just a beautiful day
er, who won three Super Bowls in the for my wife, for my kids, the Buffalo
1990s, got in on his third try. a' Bills organization, the fans of Buffalo.
Irvin pleaded no contest in 1996 to Like I've always said, we didn't win a
felony cocaine possession. Four years Super Bowl, but this is my Super Bowl
later, he was arrested on drug posses- gift to the Buffalo Bills fans."
sion charges, but they were later Matthews, the only player in his first
dropped. year of eligibility, spent 19 seasons
The 40 Hall voters were criticized by with the Oilers/Titans franchise, play-
two of Irvin's former teammates, ing more games than any positional
Emmitt Smith and Troy Aikman, for player in NFL history when he retired
previously bypassing the wideout, w ho in 2001. He did it as a guard, tackle and
retired in 1999. ti tmicenter. Matthews never missed a game
They didn't ignore him this time. because of injury.
Tagliabue was eliminated in the "I never had to grow up, could play
first round of voting. like I was a kid, played till I was 40,
Also voted in were running back a e and now you are telling me I am in the
Thurman Thomas, offensive lineman Hall of Fame," he said by phone from
Bruce Matthews, defensive back Texas. "I hadn't been nervous about it
Roger Wehrli and two nominees of the until I saw my family and they were
veterans' committee tight end u"n" ready to melt down."
Charlie Sanders and guard Gene Wehrli was a five-time All-Pro cor-
Hickerson. nerback who played 14 seasons with
Inductions will be Aug. 4-5 in the St. Louis Cardinals, starting as a
Canton, Ohio. The Steelers and Saints rookie in 1969. He once intercepted
will play in the annual Hall of Fame three passes by Roger Staubach in a
game. win over Dallas and made the league's
Irvin finished his career with 750 1970s all-decade squad.
receptions for 11,904 yards and 65 "Something like this puts a cap on it.
touchdowns. He was selected to five It's a dream come true," Wehrli said,
straight Pro Bowls and picked for the .speaking by phone from St. Louis.
NFEs all-decade team of the 1990s. Sanders spent a decade with the
"It's such a great honor," he said. Lions and was one of the few out-
"It's an honor you cannot reach with- standing receivers among tight ends
out playing on a bunch of great football 9 on his way to seven Pro Bowls.
teams and playing with some great .. ., "This has been a journey," he said.
guys. I started out playing here in Fort .".. "The last few days have been very
Lauderdale.... I played college up the .. nerve-racking, not only for me but my
street at the University of Miami. I was v family and, I know, a lot of my friends.
blessed also to play with the Dallas - This is a blessing."
Cowboys. 'wr ",. ".:'.u,.8. Hickerson played 15 seasons for the
"You can'tpla at three better stops .. Browns as the lead blocker for three
than that" he said' Hall of Famers Jim Brown, Leroy
Irvin thanked Cowboys owner Jerry Associated Press Kelly, Bobby Mitchell and has been
Jones and referred to Aikman as "my Buffalo Bills' running back Thurman Thomas was one of six players selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday. eligible for 29 years.





11AAI 6A .
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PANTHERS
Continued from Page 1B

heavy rain and severe lightning forced
the game to be canceled and resched-
uled for 1 p.m. Saturday afternoon.
That meant that the Panthers had to
board the bus and make the 4-hour-
plus trek back to Lecanto Thursday
night only to turn around and leave
again at 6:15 a.m. Saturday morning.
And while Lecanto head coach
Doug Warren was certainly not using
the long bus ride as an excuse for his
team's obvious tired legs, the Nease
head coach, Ken Kirsch, was quick to
point to that as a factor.
"I remember that I had to make that
long of a trip a few years ago and we
came up that morning. I said to myself,
'never again will I do that,'" Kirsch
admitted. "You could see that their
legs were tired, especially in that sec-
ond half when we scored three goals
in the span of six minutes. Their legs
were definitely a factor."
Actually Nease scored its fifth, sixth
and seventh goals in a span of 3:41 and
ended the game with 22:30 minutes
left in the game.
"None," said Warren when .asked
how much of a factor all the travel had
on his team. "Give them (Nease) the
credit that they deserve. We were out-
played from beginning to end. They're
an awfully good squad and they never
stopped coming at us."
The numbers on the game spoke to
Warren's claim as Nease managed 36
shots on goal while Lecanto's offense
never got a shot on goal off in the near-
ly 68 minutes that the contest lasted.
Joe McKinley, Nease's junior for-
ward, gave the host Panthers the early
1-0 lead when he found the back of the
net at the game's 8:47 mark. Nease
then went through what Kirsch would
4ater call "a 20-minute lull where we


were just kicking the ball around.' It
was McKinley who broke that monoto-
ny with a header from. in front of the
goal for his second score of the game
26:33 minutes into the contest.
Awakened by their junior forward,
the Panthers from Nease would find
the back of the net three more times in
the half's final eight minutes.
While Lecanto's season ended more
prematurely than it had wished,
Warren was quick to thank his three
departing seniors, Landon Persavich,
David Rundio and Stephen Lofaro for
the leadership role that they manifest-
ed all season long.
"This game and this loss is no indi-
cation of what our seniors have
meant to our team," Warren stated.
"They've been our vocal leaders both
.on and off the field and they'll all be
missed next year."
Lecanto fans and their head coach,
however, don't have to look hard to
find the silver lining in this tough
defeat.
The Panthers, who lost 12 seniors
last year, only lose the three previous-
ly mentioned seniors from this year's
squad. What that translates into for
next season is seven returning jun-
iors, seven returning sophomores and
three returning freshmen all with one
regional playoff experience now fixed
firmly under their belts.
"Losing all those seniors last year
meant that most of the players in this
game here today were actually on the
junior varsity squad last year. For most
of these guys it was there first playoff
experience," Warren reiterated. "It's
hard to think about it now after losing
the way we did, but when all is said and
done this will be something we'll learn
from and that we can build on as a pro-
gram. We've got a lot of good players
coming back and we'll have a real solid,
competitive, core group for next sea-
son."


PIRATES
Continued from Page 1B

into disarray.
"He (Ercole) is one of our keyscorers,"
St Augustine coach Tony Sangari said.
"Ten verses nine on the field is hard."
Both teams' defenses stood tall the
remainder of the opening half as they
battled to a 0-0 tie.
Villachica's early second-half goal for
the Pirates put pressure on a Jellow
Jacket offense that was struggling to
move the ball playing a man down.
"From there it was trying to get out of
a hole," Sangarisaid. "We had one or two
opportunities in the second half and we
didn't get to put them away."
One of those chances came with 32 min-
utes to play as Caleb Sturgis lined up for
the Yellow Jackets' free kick. Sturgis
struck the ball hard from the left side but
Pirate's goalie Alex Crandall made a beau-
tiful diving save to keep his team on top.
"The keeper had a great game today,"
Callaway said. "They had a lot of set
plays, a lot of shots on goal." Crandall had
five big saves in the game and got his
hands on anything that came into the box.
The Jackets' final chance'came with
about 12 minutes to play. Paul Leitz had
clean shot on goal from 10 yards out but
struck it hard right at Crandall who han-
dled it with ease. It was one of the few
good lucks the Pirate's defense gave up.
"They're phenomenal, Callaway said
of this defense. "They work the ball real-
ly well and they're really smart."
The defense will have to be phenome-
nal again on Tuesday if the Pirates hope
to advance any further. Crystal River will
travel to Dade City where they will play
Pasco, whose record stands at 19-0-2
after cruising past Celebration 4-0 in the
opening round.
"We're gonna play our game, the kids
are going to be motivated and we'll see
what we can do," Callaway said.


CITRUS
Continued from Page 1B

I thought was going to happen
pretty much did."
Five Citrus County competitors
won individual district titles as
well. The Hurricanes' Dylan
Mullins (105 lbs.), Craig Barker
(114) and Bryant Fisher (121) all
won their first-ever district cham-
pionships.
Crystal River's Corey Neal (137)
and Kevin Drawdy (154) also
claimed district crowns. For Neal,
a senior; the title was his second in
a row.
In fact, Crystal River and Citrus
saw a lot of each other in the
championship round. Three
times, the Pirates and Hurricanes
met with Citrus emerging victori-
ous twice.
The match of the day for Citrus
County came in the 112 bout
between Barker and Crystal
River's Brandon Jones.
Barker earned a 4-3 decision in
overtime on a controversial call,
but the two grapplers were evenly
matched throughout the contest
Jones actually led 3-1 with the
close of the third period
approaching, but Barker scored a
takedown with no time remaining
to force a sudden-death overtime
session.
Just seconds into extra time,
Jones went to lock up Barker and
caught the Citrus wrestler in the
eye with his thumb.
Although Barker asked for just
injury time, the referee ruled a
one-point technical violation
against Jones, which ended the
match immediately and awarded
Barker the title.
"It feels freaking great," Barker
said. "He beat me five times this


year.
"It's a shame the match had to
end that way," Barker added.
Fisher, a junior, grabbed his
first district championship by pin-
ning the Pirates' John Koney at
2:39 in the second period.
Crystal River's lone champi-
onship win against Citrus came at
154, where junior Kevin Drawdy
fought through back problems to
pin the Hurricanes' Cody
Neptune at the 3:25 mark in the
second period.
Citrus' Mullins capped off an
undefeated day with a pin of
Dunnellon's Chance Richardson
46 seconds into the match.
The Pirates' Neal wrestled just
two matches Saturday, but
grabbed a pin over Citrus' Brock
Gibson in the semifinals before
earning a 7-1 decision over The
Villages' Geramie Laufersky in
the finals.
"I've been training real hard
lately," Neal said. "I was out of
shape, but I started running again.
"I wanted to feel him out," Neal
added of Laufersky. "I wrestled
him at the beginning of the year
and hadn't seen him since today."
Lecanto's highest-placing
wrestler was Steven Struble (132),
who earned second after falling to
Nature Coast's Taequan Griffin in
the championship match.
"(Steven) gets better every
week," Slack said. "He's only a
sophomore and he's got a lot of
good wrestling left."
For Citrus, the focus now turns
to repeating as regional champi-
ons, something Porcelli isn't tak-
ing for granted.
Yet the Citrus coach thinks his
team's depth will play a factor in a
possible repeat
"It will be a tough task," he con-
ceded, "but if we're going to win it,
we'll have to do it with numbers."


SUNDAY, FEBUIUAIty 4, 2007 3B


SPORTS


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EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L Pct GB
Toronto 24 23 .511 -
New Jersey 22 25 .468 2
New York 21 28 .429 4
Philadelphia 15 33 .313 9%
Boston 12 34 .261 11'/2
Southeast Division
W L Pct GB
Washington 27 19 .587 -
Orlando 25 23 .521 3
Miami 22 25.468 5%
Charlotte 18 29 .383 9%
Atlanta 17 28 .378 9%
Central Division
W L Pct GB
Detroit 27 18 .600 -
Chicago 27 20 .574 1
Cleveland 27 20 .574 1
Indiana 26 21 '.553 2
Milwaukee 18 30 .375 10%
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Southwest Division
W L Pct GB
Dallas 39 9 .813 -
San Antonio 32 16 .667 7
Houston 29 17 .630 9
New Orleans 21 26 .447 17%
Memphis 12 36 .250 27
Northwest Division
W L Pct GB
Utah 30 17 .638 -
Denver 23 21 .523 5%
Minnesota 22 25 .468 8
Portland 20 28 .417 10%
Seattle 17 30 .362 13
Pacific Division
W L Pct GB
Phoenix 37 9 .804 -
L.A. Lakers 29 19 .604 9
L.A. Clippers 24 22 .522 13
Golden State 22 26 .458 16
Sacramento 18 26 .409 18

Friday's Games
Indiana 95, L.A. Lakers 84
Golden State 102, Philadelphia 101
Toronto 103, Atlanta 91
L.A. Clippers 100, Boston 89
Cleveland 101, Charlotte 81
Orlando 119, New Jersey 86
Detroit 96, Milwaukee 86
New Orleans 90, Minnesota 83
Denver 114, Portland 107, OT
Chicago 107, Seattle 101
Saturday's Games
New York 94, Orlando 86
L.A. Lakers 118, Washington 102
Charlotte 98, Golden State 90
Indiana 116, Memphis 110
Miami 120, Milwaukee 101.
New Orleans 87, Houston 74
Dallas 94, Minnesota 93
Utah at Phoenix, 9 p.m.
Denver at Sacramento, 10 p.m.
Chicago at Portland, 10 p.m.
Sunday's Games
L.A. Clippers at Toronto, Noon
Atlanta at New Jersey, Noon
Detroit at Cleveland, 2:30 p.m.
Monday's Games
L.A. Lakers at Atlanta, 7 p.m.
Golden State at Indiana, 7 p.m.
Seattle at Washington, 7 p.m.
New Jersey at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Charlotte at Miami, 7:30 p.m.
Minnesota at Houston, 8:30 p.m.
Phoenix at Denver, 9 p.m.
Chicago at Utah, 9 p.m.

NHL
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W LOT PtsGF GA
New Jersey 32 15 6 70143 127
Pittsburgh 26 17 8 60172 157
N.Y. Islanders 25 21 6 56158 152
N.Y. Rangers 25 23 4 54151 154
Philadelphia 13 32 7 33130 197
Northeast Division


Buffalo
Ottawa
Montreal
Toronto
Boston


W
35
30
28
26
22
Southeast
W


LOT Pts GF GA
15 4 74202 156
21 3 63180 147
19 6 62156 154
21 6 58172 173
24 4 48140 189
Division
LOT Pts GF GA


Atlanta 29 18 8 66169 170
Tampa Bay 29 23 2 60172 165
Carolina 26 22 6 58163 172
Florida. 20 24 10 50153 176
Washington 21 25 7 49163 188
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division
W LOT PtsGF GA
Nashville 37 14 3 77190 136
Detroit 33 14 6 72162 127
St. Louis 21 24 8 50135 164
Columbus 21 27 5 47133 166
Chicago 19 26 7 45129 162
Northwest Division
W LOT PtsGF GA
Vancouver 29 19 4 62136 132
Calgary 28 17 6 62161 130
Minnesota 28 21 4 60150 137
Edmonton 26 23 4 56147 155
Colorado 25 23 4 54162 155
Pacific Division
W LOT PtsGF GA
Anaheim 32 13 8 72173 135
San Jose 34 18 1 69163 123
Dallas 31 20 2 64140 130
Phoenix 24 26 2 50144 179
Los Angeles 18 30 7 43154 195
Two points for a win, one point for over-
time loss or shootout loss.

Friday's Games
Detroit 5, St. Louis 3
Calgary 6, Columbus 2
Saturday's Games
Pittsburgh 2, Washington 0
N.Y. Islanders 4, Montreal 2
Edmonton 3, Colorado 2
San Jose 4, Chicago 2
*Toronto 3, Ottawa 2, SO
Philadelphia 5, Atlanta 2
Los Angeles 7, Florida 0
New Jersey 3, Buffalo 2
Tampa Bay 3, N.Y. Rangers 2


Thr the record


On the AIRWAVES ..


TODAY'S SPORTS
BASKETBALL
12 p.m. (SUN) Women's College Basketball Florida at Kentucky.
1:30 p.m. (FSNFL) College Basketball Tipoff Show (Live).
2 p.m. (FSNFL) College Basketball Florida State at Duke. (Live)
2:30 p.m. (9,20,28 ABC) Detroit Pistons at Cleveland Cavaliers.
4 p.m. (FSNFL) Women's College Basketball Boston College at Maryland.
BOWLING
2 p.m. (ESPN) PBA Bowling Sun City Classic. From El Paso, Texas.
FOOTBALL
2 p.m. (6,10 CBS) Super Bowl Today From Dolphin Stadium in Miami.
6 p.m. (6,10 CBS) Kickoff Show From Dolphin Stadium in Miami.
6:25 p.m. (6,10 CBS) NFL Football Super Bowl XLI Chicago
Bears vs. Indianapolis Colts.
GOLF
8:30 a.m. (GOLF) European PGA Golf Dubai Desert Classic -
Final Round. From Dubai, United:Arab Emirates. (Same-day Tape)
3 p.m. (2,8 NBC) PGA Golf FBR Open Final Round. From the
Tournament Players Club of Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Ariz.


St. Louis 2, Dallas 0 ..
Nashville 3, Anaheim 0
Boston at Carolina, 8:30 p.m.
Minnesota at Phoenix, 9 p.m.
Vancouver at Calgary, 10 p.m.
Sunday's Games
N.Y. Islanders at Washington, 1 p.m.
Pittsburgh at Montreal, 2 p.m.
Monday's Game
Detroit at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m.

COLLEGE


Saturday
1. Florida (21-2) beat Tennessee 94-78.
Next: at Georgia, Wednesday.
2. Wisconsin (22-2) beat Northwestern
69-52. Next: at Penn State, Wednesday.
3. North Carolina (20-3) lost to N.C. State
83-79. Next: at No. 8 Duke, Wednesday.
4. Ohio State (20-3) beat Michigan State
63-54. Next: vs. Michigan, Tuesday.
5. UCLA (20-2) beat Oregon State 82-35.
Next: vs. Southern California, Wednesday.
6. Kansas (19-3) vs. No. 10 Texas A&M.
Next: vs. Kansas State, Wednesday.
7. Pittsburgh (20-3) did not play. Next: at
West Virginia, Wednesday.
8. Duke (18-4) did not play. Next: vs.
Florida State, Sunday.
9. Oregon (19-4) lost to Southern
California 71-68. Next: vs. Arizona State,
Thursday.
10. Texas A&M (18-3) at No. 6 Kansas.
Next: vs. No. 22 Texas, Monday.
11. Memphis (19-3) beat SMU 88-52.
Next: at UAB, Thursday.
12. Oklahoma State (18-4) lost to
Colorado 89-77. Next: at Oklahoma,
Wednesday.
13. Butler (22-2) beat Wisconsin-
Milwaukee 66-47. Next: at Cleveland
State, Thursday.
14. Marquette (20-4) beat Providence
69-62. Next: vs. Rutgers, Wednesday.
15. Nevada (21-2) beat Hawaii 69-68.
Next: at Fresno State, Thursday.
16. Virginia Tech (16-7) lost to Boston
College 80-59. Next: vs. Virginia, Saturday.
17. Air Force (20-3) beat Wyoming 88-
43. Next: at San Diego State, Tuesday.
18. Washington State (19-4) beat
Arizona State 48-47. Next: vs. 'No. 23
Stanford, Thursday.
19. Alabama (17-5) beat South Carolina
64-61. Next: vs. Mississippi State,
Wednesday.
20. Arizona (15-7) beat Washington 84-
54. Next: at Arizona State, Thursday.
21. Notre Dame (18-5) lost to South
Florida 69-63. Next: at DePaul, Thursday.
22. Texas (16-6) lost to Kansas State 73-.
72. Next: at No. 10 Texas A&M, Saturday.
23. Stanford (14-6) at California. Next: at
No. 18 Washington State, Thursday.
24. Vanderbilt (16-7) beat Georgia 66-
61. Next: at Tennessee, Saturday.
25. Clemson (18-5) lost to Georgia Tech
80-62. Next: vs. Florida State, Wednesday

S GOLF-

PGA-FBR Open Scores 40


Saturday
At TPC Scottsdale
Scottsdale, Ariz.
Purse: $6 million
Yardage: 7,216
Third Round
Jeff Quinney 66-63-68
Aaron Baddeley 65-70-64
Brett Quigley 67-67-66
Bart Bryant 66-66-68
Vaughn Taylor 67-67-67
John Rollins 65-68-68
Robert Garrigus 66-67-68
David Toms 65-69-68
Heath Slocum 67-68-67
Bubba Watson 66-67-69
Billy Mayfair 66-66-70
Peter Lonard 69-68-66
Troy Matteson 71-68-64
Jason Bohn 70-66-67
Ryuji Imada 68-67-68
Dean Wilson 70-69-65
Kenny Perry 69-67-68
Tom Pernice Jr. 65-71-68
Dudley Hart 64-71-69
Steve Elkington 69-69-67
Vijay Singh 71-67-67
Charlie Wi 68-70-67
Lucas Glover 71-67-67
Charles Warren 71-68-66
Woody Austin 69-67-69
Steve Stricker 68-68-69
Steve Lowery 69-66-70
George McNeill 67-68-70


Par: 71

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- 201
- 201
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Charles Howell III 67-66-72
Cliff Kresge 70-68-68
Brian Davis 70-69-67
Fred Funk 70-69-67
Alejandro Canizares 68-68-70
Ted Purdy 69-70-67
Brian Gay 65-71-70
Bob Estes 71-69-66
Joe Ogilvie 68-67-71
Justin Rose 70-70-66
Tim Petrovic 67-71-69
Brandt Snedeker 71-68-68
Nick Watney 68-68-71
Chris DiMarco 68-68-71
Will MacKenzie 70-68-70
Lee Janzen 72-67-69
Ben Curtis 67-72-69
John Merrick 71-68-69
Bo Van Pelt 69-71-68
Jeff Gove 68-72-68
Jason Dufner 69-71-68
Jose Maria Olazabal 71-69-68


Craig Bowden
Briny Baird
Mike Weir
Mathias Gronberg
Paul Azinger
Brett Wetterich
J.P. Hayes
Steve Flesch
Steve Wheatcroft
Nathan Green
-Rod Pampling
;Parker McLachlin
Boo Weekley
Daniel Chopra
Hunter Mahan
Kent Jones
Richard S. Johnson
Kevin Na
Stewart Cink
Mark Hensby
Eric Axley
Tripp Isenhour
Davis Love III
Rory Sabbatini


69-68-72
69-67-73
70-69-70
71-68-70
65-71-73
70-70-69
69-69-72
68-69-73
70-70-70
70-70-70
69-71-70
70-70-70
71-69-70
66-71-74
71-68-72
70-69-72
70-70-71
72-68-71
70-70-72
69-68-76
69-71-73
71-69-73
71-69-73
68-71-75


MOVES
BASEBALL
American League
BALTIMORE ORIOLES-Agreed to
terms with RHP Paul Shuey oh a minor.
league contract.
MINNESOTA TWINS-Agreed to terms
with 3B Nick Punto on a two-year contract
and OF Lew Ford, 1B Justin Momeau and
RHP Juan Rincon on one-year contracts.
SEATTLE MARINERS-Agreed to terms
with LHP Jim Parque on a minor league
contract.
TORONTO BLUE JAYS-Agreed to
terms with OF Alex Rios, OF Reed
Johnson and LHP Scott Downs on one-
year contracts.
National League
CINCINNATI REDS-Named Johnny
Narron video-administrative coach.
COLORADO ROCKIES-Released OF
Choo Freeman. Agreed to terms with RHP
Josh Fogg -on a one-yearbi-irract. -
HOUSTON ASTROS-Agreed to terms
with RHP Rick White and LHP Scott
Sauerbeck on minor league contracts.
LOS ANGELES DODGERS-Agreed to
terms with OF Larry Bigbie to a minor
league contract. Sold the contract of INF
Oscar Robles to Mexico City of the
Mexican League.
NEW YORK METS-Signed Rick
Peterson, pitching coach, to a three-year
contract; Sandy Alomar, third base coach;
Guy Conti, bullpen coach; Rick Down, hit-
ting coach; Jerry Manuel, bench coach;
and Tom Nieto, catching instructor, to two-
year contracts and Howard Johnson, first
base coach, to a one-year contract.
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES-Agreed to
terms with LHP Eude Brito, RHP Anderson
Garcia, RHP Justin Germano, RHP Yoel
Hernandez, RHP Scott Mathieson, RHP
Zack Segovia, RHP Jim Ed Warden, C
Ryan Budde, C Chris Coste, C Carlos
Ruiz, INF Danny Sandoval and OF
Michael Bourn on one-year contracts.
PITTSBURGH PIRATES-Agreed to
terms with LHP John Grabow and 1B
Adam LaRoche on one-year contracts.
SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS-Placed C
Mike Matheny on the voluntary retired list.
HOCKEY
National Hockey League
ATLANTA THRASHERS-Recalled RW
Darren.Haydar from Chicago of the AHL-. '
LOS ANGELES KINGS-Activated G
Mathieu. Garon from injured reserve.
Assigned G Yutaka Fukufuji to Reading of
the ECHL.


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from Woods in Dubai


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DUBAI, United Arab
Emirates Even when he's
struggling with his putter, Tiger
Woods is the guy opponents
fear most.
So as Ernie Els goes into
Sunday's final round at the
Dubai Desert Classic with a
two-stroke lead over three
golfers, he's looking beyond
them to the player in fifth
place. That's Woods, who is
three shots back
Els shot a 4-under 68
Saturday to total 17-under 199
after three rounds, despite
bogeying the first and eighth
holes. Woods shot a 67, setting
up a potential repeat show-
down between the rivals. Els, a
three-time champion here, lost
to Woods in a playoff last year.
"He could get red hot at any
time," Els said of Woods.
"Obviously you've got to watch
the number one player in the
world."
Second-round leader Ross
Fisher (71), Henrik Stenson
(69) and Jyoti Randhawa (67)
shared second. Fisher, an
Englishman, led the tourna-


ment its first two days by shoot-
ing consecutive 65s.
Woods again had trouble on
the greens.
"I didn't make any putts
today. It was frustrating,"
Woods said. "I've just struggled
all week. The putts that I hit
well I misread. And then I've
hit just atrocious putts and did-
n't even come close. I've got to
clean it up for tomorrow."
Els had a long day at
Emirates Golf Club, finishing
four holes from the rain-
delayed second round and
then returning to play another
18.
"I'm up for it. I'd like to win it
pretty badly," Els said.
Woods had a frustrating
round. On the par-5 third hole,
he got the ball to the green in
two shots. But he missed a 60-
foot eagle opportunity and
then a 6-foot putt for birdie,
settling for par.
Woods missed an 18-foot
birdie putt on the fourth, a 10-
footer on the sixth and an 18-
footer on the seventh, slashing
the air with his putter the last
two times.
On the eighth, Woods made


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South Africa's Ernie Els plays W
ball on 3rd hole during the third
round of Dubai Desert Classic
Saturday in Dubai, United Arab
Emirates.
bogey. On the 16th, he missed a-
5-foot putt for birdie, raising'
both arms in dismay.
"I turned a 63 into a 67
today," Woods said. "Hopefully
I can turn that the other way
around tomorrow."


SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. Tour
rookie Jeff Quinney held on to a
two-stroke lead in front of a
raucous, near-record crowd of
162,750 Saturday in the FBR
Open. -
Quinney, a former Arizona
State player and 2000 U.S.
Amateur champion, shot a 3-
under 68 to stand at 16-under
197 heading into the final round
Sunday.
Aaron Baddeley was second
at 14 under after a 64, and Brett
Quigley (66) and Bart Bryant
(68) were three strokes back
Quinney, a top-10 finisher in
the last two events, earned his
PGA Tour card after toiling five
seasons on the Nationwide
Tour.
He tied for fourth two weeks
ago in the Bob Hope Classic and
tied for seventh last week in the
Buick Invitational.


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Mr. Clutch (Vinatieri) meets Mr. Clutch (Gould)


Associated Press

MIAMI Robbie Gould
knows who he wants lining up
for the biggest kick in the
biggest game.
It isn't him.
1Well, he sure wouldn't mind
if he gets the call. But the
Chicago Bears' outstanding
itacekicker, an All-Pro this
season, recognizes who is the
best clutch kicker in the game:
his mentor, Adam Vinatieri.
;*And guess who will be
attempting the Indianapolis
Colts' field goals and extra
Points in Sunday's Super Bowl.
p, Automatic Adam.
:'"Who else would you want to
have?" says Gould, apparently
dismissing himself. "Let's be
linest, the guy's hit 22 game-
winning field goals when it's on
thie line, in big-time Super
Bowl games, AFC champi-
onship games. I wouldn't want
anybody else."
Vinatieri is flattered when
Gould's praise is relayed. This
will be Vinatieri's fifth Super
Bowl in 11 NFL seasons, and
le has a record 37 postseason


field goals, including 11-for-11
this year He made two winning
kicks in Super Bowls, beating
St Louis in 2002 and Carolina
in 2004 for the Patriots.
His 45-yarder in the snow to
tie a 2002 playoff game with
Oakland is the stuff of NFL
lore.
"I'm just very fortunate and
very lucky to be able to play in
this many," Vinatieri says.
"There are a lot of guys who
play their entire career and
never get close, or if they do,
they make it once and never
see it again. I've got ... four in
the last six. That's pretty good.
"When you play on a team
like this, good teams that win a
lot of games, I guess that bet-
ters your odds."
The odds might have seemed
against Vinatieri in 1996. He
was not drafted out of college
- "Who gets drafted out of
South Dakota State?" he quips
- and signed with Amsterdam
of the World League of
American Football. He made a
big enough impression there to
earn an invite from the
Patriots, made the team and


helped New England win the
AFC championship.
It wasn't until the 2001 sea-
son and subsequent run to the
NFL title that Vinatieri
became a star, then a legend in
New England. And when he
became a free agent after last
season, the Colts targeted him
to replace the enigmatic Mike
Vanderjagt. Talk about ridicu-
lous to the sublime.
Vinatieri wanted to join anoth-
er contender and signed a five-
year, $12 million deal. And while
Gould was making headlines
among league kickers, Vinatieri
simply provided the consistency
Indianapolis sought
Then he made five field
goals in a 15-6 postseason victo-
ry at Baltimore, and kicked
three more in the. 38-34 win
over his former team in the
AFC title game.
It was back to the big one.
"He's the consummate pro-
fessional," Colts special teams
coach Russ Purnell says. "He
tries to get better every day
He's very professional in his
attitude, his work ethic, his
preparation. Being in his 11th


year and. having proven him-
self as a clutch kicker season
after season, Super Bowl after
Super Bowl, he still tries to get
better."
Vinatieri might need to be at
his best to match Gould, his for-
mer protege. Gould made 32 of
36 field goals, all 47 extra
points and led the NFL with
143 points in 2006. He made 24
straight field goals to start the
season, a team record.
Pretty good for someone who
was undrafted out of Penn
State, failed to stick with the
Patriots and the Ravens, and
was working construction
when he signed with the des-
perate Bears in Week 5 of last
season to replace the unreli-
able Doug Brien.
Gould has been, well, gold.
"As a kicker, you can't really
think too negative," Gould said.
"If you start to think negative
and start to think you are going
to miss kicks, then you're going
to end up missing kicks.
"Every kick is makable. No
matter what the situation is,
you're always going to have a
chance; Lovie Smith's never


going to put you in a situation
where you can't succeed. So
you've got to have the confi-
dence to go out there and know
that every kick you take you
can make."
His biggest make was a 49-
yarder in overtime to beat
Seattle in the Bears' first play-
off game. He also hit three field
goals in the NFC title game
against New Orleans.
Who does Gould point to for
much of his success? None
other than Vinatieri.
"I give him a lot of credit,"
Gould says. "Adam's been a guy
that's taught me a lot of what I
needed to know and what I
needed to do to get to where
I'm at today. Is he a teacher to
me? Yeah, he is. Does he think
that? I've heard he doesn't."
Well, Adam, have you trained
the man who just might beat
your team on Sunday?
Vinatieri chuckles, then
demurs.
"When he was in camp, I was
a nine-year guy or whatever. At
that point, he was a young kid
excited just to be there,"
Vinatieri recalls.


Heroic feat
The Colts' Adam Vinatieri and
Bears' Robbie Gould could play a
pivotal role in the Super Bowl.


Vinatieri
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('06)
Field goals (Reg.
11 Under
20 yds.


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25/28 FG/FGA 32/36
38/38 XP/XPA 47,47


113 TOTAL PTS 143

SOURCE: NFL AP


onsters of the


idway


Associated Press

AML-MI Teams keep score
in different ways.
-The Chicago Bears will not
always beat you.
But they will always beatyou


-,,Few stories illustrate that
better than the tale former
liebacker Doug Buffone told
on the eve of the Super Bowl.
,'"We'd just lost a close game
td Detroit one year and I was
ally steamed. I'm throwing
pieces of my uniform around, '
the locker room and suddenly SOURCE: NFL
Abe," Buffone said, referring to
former coach Abe Gibron," intercepted
shows up next to my stool and were domi
says, 'What are you so mad been game
about?' dominant t
"I said, 'Abe, we lost the were domir
damn game.' So he says, 'Yeah, "If we wi
but we knocked 15 Lions out of you're going
the game."' isons, but ui
- This is what Colts quarter- ly is none..
back Peyton Manning has to comparison
look forward to Sunday, a tradi- we win t
tion that current middle line- Because n
backer Brian Urlacher has added, "the
tried to live up to from the day water."
he arrived in a tough town The 1985
seven seasons ago. erable adva
It begins with the franchise's bers-wise, b
grff founder, George Halas and outsized pe
runs through guys named sheer in
Nagurski, Atkins, O'Bradovich, brought to
George, Butkus, Ditka, Payton, week
IIampton and Singletary, and One lool
found its perfect expression in a backer Mik
1985 squad that lost only one eyes across
game, won a Super Bowl the fol- mage hinte
l\ i ng January and left dozens was about(
If chalk outlines in its wake. even those
S"They did everything," avoid Singl
Urlacher said. "They took it up in the I
4way, sacked the quarterback, tandem, Oti


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Dynamic duos
The Colts and Bears' offenses rely on running back tandems that each
had more than 1,700 rushing yards during the regular season.


COLTS U
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Thomas Jones
Cedrnc Benson
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complements
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ATT YDS AVG TD
226 1,081 4.8 7
187 641 34 5

296 1,210 4.1 6
157 647 4 1 6
Solid. inside runners
Jones nas tour
rushing TDs in two
playoH games (
Jones


Pigskin drivers
The Colts' offense starts and revolves around Peyton Manning, who has
not been outstanding in the playoffs. Rex Grossman has been inconsistent
for the Bears, but he wins.


Grossman
480 64
262 32
3.193 426
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1 passes they
inant. There have
s where we were
his year, but they
iant all season.
in the Super Bowl,
g to see the compar-
ntil then, there real-
And that's the only
There will be if
;he Super Bowl.
lumbers-wise," he
y blow us out of the

team had a consid-
ntage not just num-
ut in the number of
rsonalities and the
.timidation they
Sthe table every

k at middle line-
e Singletary's wild
the line of scrim-
ed at the fury that
obe unleashed. And
Lucky enough to
etary often wound
path of his outside
s Wilson and Wilber


Marshall.
"He was kind of like a viper,"
coach Mike Ditka said, refer-
ring to Marshall earlier this
week "He had great leverage. I
saw him hit Joe Ferguson in
Detroit once. I thought he
killed him."
While it's easy to see how
Chicago became home and
hearth to so many vicious
defenders over the years -
rarely risking high draft picks
on golden-armed quarterbacks
or soft-handed receivers -
why is a matter of some specu-
lation.
Some accounts argue a pun-
ishing defense was the quick-
est way to find an audience and
keep it in what was decidedly a
workingman's town during the
league's formative years; oth-
ers say the cold, wind and snow
that prevailed for much of the
season made an offense that
relied on the pass too risky a
proposition.
Still others, like former
Dolphins running back Larry


Csonka, mentioned several
times by his contemporaries on
the Bears as the toughest guy
they played against, think the
barnstorming tours the early
Bears teams embarked on set
the tone for their toughness in
later.years.
"When the game started,
they drew a line in the dirt
somewhere, went at it, and may
the best man win," he said. "As
often as the Bears won back
then, it became not just their
trademark, but their philoso-
phy"
Buffone subscribed to the
same theory.
"Maybe because by the time I
got there," Buffone said, "we
already had Butkus and Gale
Sayers and the coaches
explained it to me this way:
'First we dismantle teams, then
we run over them."
That formula worked well
enough for Papa Bear, as Halas
was known, since he claimed
six NFL titles separated by a
span of 42 years (1921-63). But


Chicago may have stuck with it
past the expiration date. A
trend toward more wide-open
football was already under way
when the absorption of the
rival American Football
League in a 1970 merger boost-
ed offenses like a second-stage
rocket
Ever the throwbacks, the
Bears simply got nastier -
without much success.
Butkus, arguably the best
linebacker who ever played,
arrived in 1965 and enjoyed
only two winning seasons.
Sayers, who got there the same
year, didn't fare much better,
departing two years earlier
than Butkus because he blew
out both knees. Walter Payton
might have suffered the same
fate the losing, not the
injury-shortened career if
the 1985 team didn't crystallize
when it did.
It began to form in 1979 with
the selection of Hampton and
Al Harris (selected la and Ib).
and stretched through the


selection of William
"Refrigerator" Perry iq 1985.
The Bears stockpiled enough
backbreakers in between -
Wilson, Singletary, Todd Bell,
Dave Duerson, Richard Dent,
Marshall and Shaun Gayle -to
pick up the franchise's seventh
and last championship in New
Orleans in 1986.
Urlacher & Co. have stirred
hope that a team can win rely-
ing largely on defense can go
against the grain and win it all
again, much like the Ravens in
2001 and the Buccaneers two
years later. But because rule
changes since the 1970s have
increasingly handcuffed
defenders, don't expect these
Bears to deliver the same
scorched-earth results some of
their predecessors did.
"They got away with whatev-
er they wanted back then,"
Urlacher said. "We get fined for
looking at a guy the wrong way.
You've got to be careful now...
It would be awesome if we
could (still) do whatever we
wanted to do to the quarter-
back, clothesline players,
choke players. That was great"
If only he knew how great
"We were so bad," Buffone
said, "that sometimes in the
defensive huddle, we'd have a
play called 'destroy,' the point
being we'd pick out a receiver
on the other team and drill him
to take out our frustration.
Back then, you could hit a guy
anywhere on the field so long
as the ball wasn't in the air.
Once I flattened Frank Gifford
something like 40 yards from
the line of scrimmage. It might
have been a record."


ne for Colts, Bears to shine in Super Bowl XLI


Time has

Associated Press

MIAMI What would an
NFL season be without an
inspirational motto to jolt
teams at seminal moments?
SFor the Bears, the theme
for 2006 sprouted from the
despair following their 29-21
home loss to the Panthers in
last year's NFC divisional
playoffs.
"We had to have some-
thing," Bears Coach Lovie
Smith said.
So he came up with some-
thing finish.
S "To finish is to be Super
Bowl champions," Bears
linebacker Brian Urlacher
said. "That's been the No. 1
goal we've had around here.
And we've actually talked
more about it than ever
before because we've felt we
had the type of team to do
A."
Since there's no trademark
on completing what you
start, the Colts will share the
same ambition Sunday night
in Super Bowl XLI at
Dolphins Stadium.
SThey are familiar with that
goal. It's what provided the
courage to come back from
the 21-6 halftime deficit they
faced against the Patriots in
the AFC Championship
S ame, and what steeled
them for another run after
three straight 12-win seasons
ended in the dumpster.
.1 "All we have here is an
opportunity," Colts quarter-
hack Peyton Mlrin,"ing ?*irk


Rating the quarterbacks
The biggest question heading into the Super Bowl is which Rex Grossman will show up. When he's on, he
can be included among the league's top quarterbacks. Manning, widley regarded as the game's best, has
come up short in some big games.
RATING WEEK RATING


Grossman


98.6
148.0
64.9
100.5
101 2
10.2 I
vBe weeK
137.41
i36 8
1057 3
3 81 6
13
114 4
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0.0


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1 78.9
2 129.3
3 79.9
4 101.7
5 86.2
6 Bye week
7 140.4
8 129.2
9 93.1
10 93.5
11 67.7
12 94 4
13 988
14 615
15 136.3
16 1353
17 l 1 1 4
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on 79 1
C4 61 n


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highest and lowest rated
games

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"That's all we've earned and
that's all this is. I know how
hard this team has worked."
But the reality remains
that one team's goal will
need to be restored once the
confetti falls. And disap-
pointment has been a con-
stant companion to both
franchises.
The Bears won the only
Super Bowl they played in.
But that was 21 years ago in
New Orleans, 46-10 over the
Patriots. And they lost the
only NFC Championship
Game they participated in
(1988) since.
"We'Sv r4t to rinisb th's.."


Bears safety Nathan Vasher
said. "Just getting here will
not be enough. We have to
finish the whole thing by
winning the Super Bowl and
then trying to run it back
next season."
The Colts' wait has been
longer, spanning two cities.
Baltimore won Super Bowl V
in Miami when Jim O'Brien's
field goal beat the Cowboys.
The franchise moved to
Indianapolis in 1984 and lost
the two AFC Championship
Games it reached, in 1995
and 2003.
"You want this for your
players your coaches, your


front office personnel," Colts
Owner Jim Irsay said. "You
want it for your fans. You
feel like a chef. You're
preparing meals, getting
things ready. And then you
look out and see people
enjoying the food and wine.
You (as an owner) don't even
need to taste it because you
feel the responsibility to
deliver it."
This will be a game of con-
trasts: the Colts powerful
offense against a defense
rebuilding from injuries; a
Bears running game against
a defense only recently
adept at stoprir ~ ,.. ,-+


powerful .Chicago special
teams, led by rookie returned
Devin Hester, against the
porous Colts kick coverage.
It will also be a historic
game. Smith and Tony Dungy
are the first black men to
coach Super Bowl teams.
Not only are they strikingly
similar in demeanor -
quiet, religious and digni-
fied they are great friends.
"This has been a very
proud moment for me,"
Dungy said. "Not only
because of what this symbol-
izes for African-American
people and coaches, but
because of the person
(Smith) that I've stood along
side the type of person I
know that he is."
But as always, it will be a
game determined by the
quarterbacks. And that's
where the greatest disparity
exists.
Manning, a certain Hall of
Famer, will try to win his
first Super Bowl by besting
Rex Grossman, whose incon-
sistency almost forced him to
the bench.
"There was a lot of nega-
tive talk about me before I
went to my Super Bowl
(XXI), but nothing compares
to what he is going through,"
said CBS analyst Phil
Simms, who was the MVP for
his 22 of 25, 268-yard, three
touchdown performance
against the Broncos. "But
you've just got to live with
it."
Grossman's quarterback


rating (73.9).was 24th among
starters this season, even
behind 'Arizona rookie Matt
Leinart. And his life simply
hasn't been the same since
his six turnovers (four inter-
ceptions) nearly cost the
Bears in Arizona during a
Monday night game on Oct.
16.
"I don't see this as an
opportunity for redemp-
tion," Grossman said. "I
think Sunday is a chance to
cap off a great season by win-
ning a championship. We're
just 60 minutes away from
having a ring on our fingers
for the rest of our lives.
That's more important to me
than redemption."
There is no mistaking what
this game means to Manning,
his sidekick Marvin
Harrison, center Jeff
Saturday and an offensive
coaching staff who have
worked for almost a decade
to get here.
"I've said throughout this
week that when people come
up to me and offer congratu-
lations, I tell them we are
happy to be here but that
this is not our final chapter,"
Harrison, the all-time lead-
ing receiver among active
players, said. 'You don't set
out to reach the Super Bowl
as much as you set out to win
the Super Bowl. That would
be more of a congratulatory
event to me."
Distributed by the Los
Angeles Times-Washington
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SPORTS


Gators dunk Vols


Associated Press

GAINESVILLE Al Horford
had a career-high 22 points, 13
rebounds, five assists and two
key second-half blocks to help
top-ranked Florida beat
Tennessee 94-78 Saturday and
extend the nation's longest win-
ning streak to 14 games.
Horford scored 15 points in
the first half as the defending
national champions opened up
a 27-point lead that the
Volunteers couldn't overcome,
especially without
Southeastern Conference lead-
ing scorer Chris Lofton.
Lofton missed his fourth con-
secutive game with a sprained
right ankle, and Tennessee (15-
8, 3-5) fell to 1-3 without him.
He might not have been able
to prevent the outcome -
unless the shooting guard could
muster a way to stop Horford.
Florida's 6-foot-10 junior
scored in a variety of ways. He
had dunks, layups, putbacks
and a short jumper. He even
made most of his free throws,
going 12-of-16 from the line.
Horford's best play came
early in the game when he spun
on a defender and dunked.
Joakim Noah had 19 points
on 8-of-11 shooting, Taurean
Green added 18 and Corey
Brewer and Walter Hodge fin-
ished with 12 apiece for the
Gators (21-2, 8-0).
Wayne Chism led the Vols
with 19 points, and JuJuan
Smith added 16.


Florida scored the first nine
points in the game, opened up a
26-9 advantage following
Horford's jumper midway
through the first half and led
50-24 at the break.
No. 2 Wisconsin 69,
Northwestern 52
MADISON, Wis. -Alando
Tucker scored 20 points and No. 2
Wisconsin beat Northwestem 69-52
on Saturday.
The Badgers (22-2, 8-1 Big Ten)
rebounded from their first conference
loss of the season, a 71-66 defeat at
Indiana on Wednesday that ended a
17-game winning streak.
But it wasn't easy, as Wisconsin
was forced to grind it out at
Northwestem's deliberate pace
early on, then weather a late rally
that allowed the Wildcats (11-11, 1-
8) to give Wisconsin a scare in the
final minutes.
The Badgers opened up a 24-
point lead on an inside basket by
Greg Stiemsma with 8:53 remaining
in the game. But Wisconsin then
went scoreless for more than six
minutes and Northwestem went on
a 14-0 run. A layup by Vince Scott
cut the Badgers' lead to 62-52 with
3:17 remaining.
North Carolina State 83,
No. 3 North Carolina 79
RALEIGH, N.C. Courtney
Fells scored 21 points to lead North
Carolina State to an 83-79 upset of
No. 3 North Carolina on Saturday,
giving Sidney Lowe his first big win
as the Wolfpack's coach.


Ben McCauley had 17 points and
Gavin Grant added 16 for N.C.
State (13-8, 3-5 Atlantic Coast
Conference), which led by 12 and
held off the Tar Heels' frantic come-
back bid.
N.C. State controlled most of the
second half, three times pushing its
lead into double figures. The last -
and biggest came when Fells' 3-
pointer from the right wing made it
72-60 with just under 7 minutes left.
North Carolina rallied to pull within
three when Brandan Wright's leaner
made it 80-77 with 1:08 remaining.
But Engin Atsur hit two free throws
for the Wolfpack, who forced the Tar
Heels into misses on three straight
possessions in the final minute and
give coach Roy Williams his first
loss to N.C. State.
No. 4 Ohio St. 63,
Michigan St. 54
EAST LANSING, Mich.- Greg
Oden had 16 points, 11 rebounds
and four blocks to lead No. 4 Ohio
State to a 63-54 win over Michigan
State on Saturday.
The Buckeyes (20-3, 8-1 Big Ten)
kept pace with Wisconsin atop the
conference standings with their sev-
enth straight win since losing on the
road against the Badgers.
The Spartans (17-7, 4-5) have
lost three straight and will have to
stop the slide soon to eam an
NCAA tournament bid for the 10th
straight year.
Michigan State's Drew Neitzel
scored 21 of his 24 points in the
second half, a week after scoring 24


of his 29 points after halftime to lead
a rally that came up just short in a
66-64 setback at Ohio State. Goran
Suton added 16 points, but only four
in the second half, and nobody else
scored more than four for the
Spartans.
A week after almost blowing a 20-
point lead in the second half against
Michigan State, the Buckeyes had
less trouble holding off the Spartans.
Southern California 71,
No. 9 Oregon 68
LOS ANGELES Taj Gibson
scored 18 points and Southem
Califomia held off a late rally from
No. 9 Oregon for a 71-68 victory
Saturday to give the Trojans a sea-
son sweep of the Ducks for the first
time in six years.
Gibson went 7-for-9 from the field
and hit a free throw with 16.9 sec-
onds to play to give USC a three-
point lead it wouldn't relinquish.
Aaron Brooks led Oregon with 16
points and nine rebounds, but the
Pac-10's leading scorer missed a
chance for another game-breaking
shot when his 3-pointer at the
buzzer was off the mark.
Brooks had pulled down a
rebound with six seconds to play
after Oregon's Chamberlain Oguchi
missed a 3.
Nick Young scored 13 and
Gabriel Pruitt had 12 points for USC,
(18-6, 8-3 Pac-10) which beat a
ranked team for the fifth time this
season, and will stay in at least
second place in the Pac-10.


Associated Pre-
Florida's Al Horford (42) stuffs the ball as Tennessee's Jordan
Howell (15) watches in the first half Satuday in Gainesville.


Lightning set


back Rangers, 3-2


Associated Press

TAMPA Vincen
Lecavalier scored
tiebreaking power-play
goal with 8:07 left in the
third period to help the
Tampa Bay Lightning bea
the New York Rangers 3-2
on Saturday night
Lecavalier's goal front
the top of the right circle
came after the Ranger
were penalized for having
too many men on the ice
Rangers captain Jaromi]
Jagr argued with officials
to no avail after the penalty
was called.
Tampa Bay, which hat
won 10 of 12, also got goals
from Paul Ranger and Brac
Richards. Johan Holmqvis
made 24 saves.
Jason Krog and Michae
Nylander scored for the
Rangers, who have lost si
of nine. Henrik Lundqvis
stopped 38 shots.
Penguins 2, Capitals 0
PITTSBURGH Scoring
stars Sidney Crosby and
Alexander Ovechkin were shut
out in an unexpected defen-
sive duel, with Pittsburgh
checking line forward Ronald
Petrovicky scoring the pivotal
goal as the Penguins won their
sixth in a row by beating the
Washington Capitals 2-0
Saturday.
Penguins goalie Marc
Andre-Fleury turned aside 30
shots for his fourth shutout of
the season and second in
three games, following a 3-0
win over Florida on Tuesday.
He has stopped all but four of
106 shots in his last three
games.
Oilers 3, Avalanche 2
DENVER Ryan Smyth
and Shawn Horcoff scored 30


seconds apart in the third peri-
od to help the Edmonton
t Oilers beat the Colorado
a Avalanche 3-2 on Saturday for
Y their third victory in four
e games.
e Ales Hemsky added a goal,
t and Smyth and Horcoff also
Each had an assist. Dwayne
Roloson made 37 saves to
n end his three-game losing
S streak.
g Islanders 4, Canadlens 2
. MONTREAL Trent Hunter
r scored his second goal with
s 11:36 left in the game
Y Saturday to send the New York
Islanders to a 4-2 win over the
s Montreal Canadiens.
S Hunter extended his points
i streak to six games with a
tpower-play goal 1:35 into the
1 third that tied the game at 2.
e He put the Islanders ahead 3-2
Midway through the period
t with his second goal in just
under 10 minutes, his fifth goal
in five games.
Miroslav Satan followed with
his second goal of the game at
13:11 to give New York a 4-2
lead.
Sharks 4, Blackhawks 2
SAN JOSE, Calif. Vesa
Toskala made 20 saves and
r recorded San Jose's first multi-
point game by a goalie, getting
two first-period assists in the
Sharks' 4-2 victory over the
Chicago Blackhawks on
Saturday.
Marcel Goc and Curtis
Brown scored on plays initiat-
ed by Toskala, who back-
stopped San Jose to just its
second victory in six games.
Patrick Marleau and Milan
Michalek also scored for the
Sharks, who still haven't fixed
their once-vaunted power play
but made enough hustle plays
to win.


Knicks bull way by Orlando


Kobe scores 39 as

LAdomws 3

W yards, 118-102,

Associated Press

ORLANDO Eddy Curry
bulled his way to 27 points,
reserve Channing Frye added
18, and the New York Knicks
seized control early and held
on to beat the Orlando Magic
94-86 on Saturday night
Stephon Marbury had 14
points and six assists for New
York, which held Orlando to
just 37.7 percent shooting for
the game.
Backup center Darko New'
Milicic led the Magic with a the ba
career-high 19 points. Dwight during
Howard added 15 points and up a 4
11 rebounds. Hedo Turkoglu Frye
had 13 points, but hit only four period
of 15 shots. shots,
New York led by 15 points at that j
halftime and maintained a buzze:
double-digit led through most He
of the second half until Magic ing a
rookie J.J. Redick hit a layup second
with 1:30 left in the game to opene
cut New York's lead to 91-82. Frye's
Howard slammed home a on ma
dunk with 57 seconds to play in the
to make it 92-86 and the Magic Lal
forced a miss on New York's
'next possession,' but the rally WAi
died quickly. Turkoglu mis- won hi
fired from 3-point range and with Gi
Jamal Crawford hit two free points
throws with 15 seconds to play Lakers
to finish the scoring, the Wa
New York shot 68.8 percent Saturda
in the second period to open Brya


Associated Press
'ork Knicks guard Stephen Marbury, left, attempts to knock
ill out of the hands of Orlando Magic guard Jameer Nelson
g the first half of their game in Orlando, Saturday.


.9-34 halftime advantage.
scored 13 points in the
d, hitting six of eight
including a 3-pointer
just beat the halftime
r.
scored eight points dur-
two-minute run in the
d period when New York
*d a 12-point advantage.
S20-footer from straight
ide it 40-28 with 5:13 left
half.
kers 118, Wizards 102
3HINGTON Kobe Bryant
s much anticipated rematch
Ibert Arenas, scoring 39
to lead the Los Angeles
to a 118-102 victory over
ishington Wizards on
ay night.
nt made 14 of 26 shots,


was 9-of-10 from the free throw
line and had six rebounds and six
assists in 44 minutes for the
Lakers, who are 2-2 halfway
through an eight-game road trip.
His highlights included a 360-
degree dunk, but he mostly
helped his team more with a
steady performance that outshone
the erratic Arenas.
Arenas went 9-for-29 from the
field and finished with 37 points--
mainly because he was 16-for-17
from the free throw line.
DeShawn Stevenson added 17
points, and Caron Butler had 15
on 5-for-18 shooting for the
Wizards, who are 0-2 since
Antawn Jamison's injury.
Smush Parker scored 20 points,
Lamar Odom had 19 points and
11 rebounds, and Andrew Bynum


finished with 12 points and 13
rebounds for the Lakers.
Bobcats 98, Warriors 90
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -
Raymond Felton scored eight of
his 22 points in the fourth quarter
and Gerald Wallace added 21
points and 16 rebounds to lead
Charlotte over Golden State.
Felton, forced to play a lot of
shooting guard after Derek
Anderson left with a sprained right
ankle in the first quarter, shot 8-of-
19 for the Bobcats, who won
despite shooting 42 percent and
getting outrebounded by seven.
Baron Davis had 21 points, Al
Harrington added 17 and Andris
Biedrins had 15 points and a
career-high 18 rebounds for the
Warriors, who fell to 5-18 on the
road.
Pacers 116, Grizzlies 110
MEMPHIS, Tenn. JermainV
O'Neal had 25 points and 17 ?
rebounds, Jamaal Tinsley also :;:
scored 25 points, and the Indian$:
Pacers beat the Memphis
Grizzlies 116-110 on Saturday .S
night.
Ike Diogu added 19 points, ,
including 10 in the fourth quarter ,
to help the Pacers win for the
sixth time in seven games. Dan6
Granger scored 14, and Mike
Dunleavy finished with 13. i ,
Pau Gasol scored 30 points t '.
lead Memphis and Mike Miller had.
26. Chucky Atkins finished with 19:
and Rudy Gay added 11. A -
Indiana took the lead at the end-
of the third quarter with 10 unan-
swered points, started with a oair
of baskets by O'Neal.


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New governor claims he has afresh vision; Is he for real or is he just singing the same old


Gerry Mulligan
OUT THE
WINDOW


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JIM HUNTER/Chronicle
The winds of change seem to be blowing in the Florida Capitol building in Tallahassee as new governor Charlie Crist appears to be setting the agenda for
the upcoming legislative session in what, so far, is seen as a new political atmosphere.


Is Charlie Crist too good to be true? Residents wait to find out


Editor's note: Chronicle publish-
er Gerry Mulligan, editor Charlie
Brennan and reporter Jim Hunter
attended the Associated Press'
annual meeting last week with
administration and legislative lead-
ers to hear their priorities for the
upcoming session.
JIM HUNTER
jhunter@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
ou'd have to call what's
going on in Tallahassee
these days a sea change.
It seems nothing less than
that with what's coming from
the state's new administration
and the new legislature.
It starts at the top with new Gov.
Charlie Crist. There is a whole new
attitude emanating from that office,
and it was as evident at the


Associated Press' 2007 Legislative
Planning Session last week in
Tallahassee as everywhere else in
the capital.
Diverging sharply from the
relentlessly partisan, right-direct-
ed, my-way-or-the-highway Gov. Jeb
Bush, Crist seems a different politi-
cal animal from his predecessor
and the state suddenly finds itself
with a new moderate Republican
populist
One of the things he says is that
he wants and it's not lip service
- is bipartisan cooperation, and it
looks like he may get it from the
Democrats, at least on some issues.
It certainly happened in the special
session on wind storm insurance, at
least.
New House Speaker Mark Rubio
Please see TUNES/Page 5C


Finally,

optimism

in capital
A funny thing happened
the other day in
Tallahassee.
Two reporters were walking
down the street going toward a
meeting when an SUV pulled
to the curb. The window rolled
down and Gov. Charlie Crist
stuck his head out and asked
the reporters if they wanted a
ride.
The reporters didn't need a
ride, but it has been so long
since a governor of Florida has
done such a thing that they
both jumped in the vehicle and
went for a ride anyway.
There's a new day in
Tallahassee and everyone can
feel the optimism.
And it's not just that Gov.
Crist is a nice guy, it's that he's
actually excited about getting
something good done in the
state of Florida. And the trick
here is that Gov. Crist defines
"good" in a different way than
his predecessor.
In my book, Jeb Bush was a
"rock star" politician.
Floridians have become
much like New Yorkers and
Californians in that we like
political leaders to be a big
deal. California has Arnold,
New York has Hillary and we
had Jeb.
Jeb wag popular throughout
his eight years in office, bu4 I
don't think it was because obf

Please see .*: '. /Page 5C


Mike Wright

ON TARGET


20 years in

county has

been great
A lot of people don't know
this, but 20 years ago,
folks around these parts
referred to Citrus County as
"The Little Giant"
The idea, I guess, was that
Citrus was small in geography,
but carried a big social punch.
Or, more likely, it wanted to
carry a big punch. Or, perhaps,
someone was looking for a slo-
gan and came up with it over
some beer with friends.
In two decades, Citrus is still
small in geographic size, but
it's growing. Some say that's
good. Some say that's bad.
Some don't pay much attention
one way or another, until it
takes them 5 minutes driving
County Road 486 through
Citrus Hills because of traffic
lights that stay red for days on
end.
I've been thinking lately
about 1987 Citrus County. That
was the county's centennial.
.Now-famed judge Gary
Graham took over the county
court bench. A consultant rec-
ommended a traffic reliever
toll road from Hillsborough
County to Citrus.
And in February of that year
- 20 years ago this month I
began my illustrious career at
the Citrus County Chronicle.
I came to Citrus from north-
ern Michigan, and fled to
Florida for the same reason
many Yankees did: warm
Please see TARGET/Page 5C


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GOVERNOR'S AGENDA
* Property tax
reform:
0 Double
homestead
exemption.
B Transfer- ,, .
able tax cap.
Tax cap on Charlie
property Criste
taxes.
0 Extend tax cap to business.
a No property tax for smaller
businesses.
* Anti murder bill,
* Limited stem cell research
support ($20 million).
* Paper ballot-based voting.


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bi in the future
JIM HUNTER
jhunter@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
So, aside from the two big goril-
las in the room, tax relief and
hurricane insurance, what will
be the legislative priorities this
year?
State leaders indicated last
week that some public safety
issues will be big and probably
come early in the session. Gov.
Charlie Crist will finally get his
anti-murder bill early on, which
is designed to help reduce violent
crimes and sexual predation of
children by forcing judges
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S"Ifwe are not ashamed to
think it, we should not be
ashamed to say it."

MaLrcus Tullius Cicero


PERFECT VIS ION


Citizens needed



to help direct



county's future


t was, by all accounts, a great
turnout when more than 160
residents gathered at
Lecanto Middle School to review
and revise the vision for Citrus
County for the year 2020.
The residents including city
and county officials, business
people and just plain citizens of
all ages and backgrounds -
turned out to give up their
Saturday to brainstorm about
what Citrus County should
become and about the progress
it has made toward its vision so
far.
They worked through difficult
issues, often disagreeing, but
they worked toward consensus
about what was best in the long
run for Citrus
County to keep it a THE I
great place to live
and work. Vision


A lot of work by
volunteers went
into pulling off this
second "re-vision-
ing," or tweakings
the original 1995 25-
year vision by
Citrus 20/20 for the
county, and the
organizers and vol-
unteers all deserve


OUR OF
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chroniclon
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Chronicle


the thanks from the rest of the
county.
Though it took an enormous
amount of work by the volun-
teers, now that task has been
accomplished, and it can be said
the re-visioning was, in a waxy the
easy part. Now comes the diffi-
cult part of making theory reality.
Doing that sometimes involves
government, but more often it
depends on what has fueled the
vision from the beginning ini-
tiative from citizens.
The re-visioning, for example,
called for an all-encompassing
cultural consortium. It also
called for a task force on govern-
ment and public private partner-
ships to find the best ideas being
used in the nation. It called for
eco-tourism businesses to form
an organization to represent
their industry.
It called for a number of public
education programs and for teen
programs. It called for a strategy
plan on water protection and
conservation. It called for

Driving manners S O
Did it ever occur to you
people complaining about
slower drivers in the pass-
ing lane, that the person is
contemplating making a
left-hand turn and needs
to be in the proper lane
and since you speed ca@LL
demons won't let them get 5
there even with turn sig- 5
nals on, they change lanes
when they get the chance?
We don't need more new laws, just
more courteous drivers.
Tax shelters
Large companies are being
allowed by the IRS to use abusive
and illegal tax shelters and avoid
paying taxes because of a new poli-
cy. What else is this administration
going to do to sock it to the poor
and middle class?
Scooter resistent
Someone said they needed arm-
rests on chairs in restaurants. Have


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reports and master plans with
strategies for action. There are
many tasks in the vision yet
undone.
If they are to happen, these
initiatives will be driven by citi-
zens, assisted sometimes by gov-
ernment and in partnerships
with businesses, civic groups
and coalitions; and various
boards and some state agencies.
County and city government,
as well as the school board, have
to be committed partners. The
business community has to be
committed and needs to under-
stand why being involved is in its
best interests, as well as for the
county as a whole.
But most of all, it will be citi-
zens who drive the
SSUE: vision, who keep it
going, who create
Check. Citrus County in
2020.
PINION: Citrus is unique
take off in that way its
asses and amazing amount of
)ik gloves, citizens willing to
volunteer to work
JION: Go to for their communi-
line.com to ty. That's one of the
bout toda.'5 things that makes
ed'orial. us different from
many other
Florida communities. It is a
quality of incalculable value and
enhances all citizens' lives.
Dr. Tom Taylor, the profession-
al facilitator for the county's
vision, brags on Citrus County.
He uses the vision as an example
around the nation about how
communities can steer their des-
tiny in the face of growth and
development pressures, how
they can shape their future, if
citizens get involved.
As the re-vision is compiled
and released to the public and
local government in the next few
weeks, citizen volunteers will be
needed to help implement the
tasks specified in the strategies
of the vision. The public will be
asked to offer priorities and to
serve in volunteer efforts out-
lined in the vision.
If citizens step up again to
help steer that destiny, the coun-
ty will move closer to not only
remaining the best place to live
and work, but to being an even
better best place in 2020.

they been to CVS or
Walgreens lately? You would
think that when they made
these big buildings, these
brand-new ones, that they
would put in electric chairs
and scooters for people to
shop. I can't get my wheel-
chair through those aisles
and I can't go there and
057 shop. It's ridiculous that
5 I they don't have some con-
sideration for the people
that have to ride those scooters.
Thanks to staff
I am a patient at Seven Rivers
Hospital in room 308. I've been
here since Monday, Jan. 8, and I'll
be leaving today. But I just wanted
to brag with a big brag about
how wonderful the staff here has
been. From the maintenance and
the cleaning staff to the nurses and
the doctors, everyone has just been
fantastic and I just want to let them
know how much I really, really
appreciate it. Thank you, gang, and
I love you all. God bless you.


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Why is Bush power-grabbing?


DOUGLAS COHN
AND ELEANOR CLIFT
Polls show that a majority of
Americans consider the Bush
administration over and done
with, finished, yesterday's news. That
verdict is reinforced by the president's
sinking approval rating and the prolif-
eration of candidates joining the race
to succeed him in an election that
won't be held for another 21 months.
President Bush knows the clock is
ticking and he is making full use of the
time he has left. "Bush signs order
increasing sway at U.S. agencies," is
how the headline writer at The New
York Times put it. The story is about
an executive order signed by Bush that
requires the regulatory policy office of
every federal agency be run by a polit-
ical appointee as opposed to civil ser-
vants and scientific experts, the way
it's been done in the past.
The move strengthens White House
leverage over rules and regulations
concerning public health, safety, the
environment, civil rights and privacy,
according to the Times. Business
groups cheered the move while envi-
ronmentalists and consumer groups
saw it as a backdoor attempt to prevent
the Environmental Protection Agency
from doing its job of policing industry
to keep pollutants and cancer-causing
chemicals out of the air and water.
Whatever Bush's intent to reward
his friends in the business community
or to bring some much-needed com-


LE'


Go with the pros
Commissioner Dennis Damato's'
suggestion for impact fees to be cut to
about 50 percent and then regulated
systematically the following years
works well on paper. However, popu-
lation increase is a constant
We all know impact fees are impor-
tant to complete infrastructure needs.
The impact fees are a dedicated
means for financial implementation
of transportation, schools, parks, fire,
law, public buildings, libraries, EMS,
etc. Financing these sources need a
healthy source of income.
The county commission's consultant
Tindale-Oliver has the knowledge of
expansion and is knowledgeable as to
what the cost is when estimated
growth is adapted. The firm of
Tindale-Oliver gave an honest, unbi-
ased calculation of what the impact
fee for Citrus County should be, and,
in my opinion, as well as many other
residents' opinion, a fair one.
In conclusion, thel oard must make
the final decision. Good luck!
Anthony D'Adamo
Beverly Hill

Loopholes for spouses
Many good, qualified citizens volun-
teered to be on the Crystal River
Charter Review Committee. They
were ignored in favor of spouses of
two of the councilors. It seems three
on this council set their own rules
and change them when it for their
good and then our city attorney digs
until he finds rulings that have
enough loopholes to justify council
decisions. To put it bluntly, something
stinks in the city of Crystal River!
When the Sunshine Law is weak-


has concluded the most effective way
to keep the country safe from terror-
ism is to consolidate power in the
executive branch. But this accumula-
tion of executive authority is not only
in national security matters; as the
Times points out, it extends to all
kinds of domestic rules and regula-
tions. If there's a President Obama or
a President Clinton, Bush will be
handing over a White House that is
more powerful than it was when he
took over. Maybe he's done a lot of
thinking and researched the issue of
constitutional power and concluded
the executive branch needs strength-
ening. That may be the case, but more
likely, this expansion of executive
authority is not quite so high-minded.
It looks to us more like a classic power-
grab for short-term gain. In other
words, the more Bush does to advance
his party's political agenda, the more
his successor will have to unravel, if he
or she is a Democrat.
On the other hand, Bush can always
hope that a Republican will follow
him, and that the fortifications he put
in place will be welcomed by whoever
occupies the oval office.
---i----
Douglas Cohn and Eleanor Clift
author the Washington
Merry-Go-Round column,
founded in 1932 by Drew Pearson.


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ened by some supposed nonsense
called "spousal privilege" and rules
about being on more than one board
(committee) are changed to fit some
council members' desires, it is most
definitely time for an investigation
into theworkings of the Crystal River
Council.
What makes this whole situation
even more outrageous is that this
Charter Review was not even sched-
uled to take place this year. It should
be held in conjunction with the 2008
election so that any decision for
changes could be in the form of a ref-
erendum on that ballot As it stands
now, if the council approves recom-
mended changes, there will have to
be a special election so the public
may vote yea or nay. What an unnec-
essary expense to the taxpayers! Take


note, citizens of Crystal River, how
some on council have no regard for
our hard-earned tax dollars.
The quote by John Kostelnick: "If
Ron Kitchen would have recommend-
ed his wife, I wouldn't have ques-
tioned it period." That about sums
up the mentality of this council mem-
ber For his information, Ron Kitchen
would know better. These appoint-
ments are nepotism at its finest, per-
haps npt to the letter illegal, but most
certainly unethical.
Gail Jannarone
Crystal River

Autocrat's attitude
It appears to me that Commissioner
Vicki Phillips has sat on the board for
too long. She stated that "the board is
in the final stages of adopting higher
impact fees and didn't need an eco-
nomic study to make the decision." To
paraphrase the commissioner, "We
don't need no stinking study."
This arrogant, omniscient and
omnipotent attitude is dangerous in"
an elected official whose sworn duty
it is to diligently attend to the govern-
mental affairs of those who elected
them.
If having more facts and informa-
tion on the effects of higher impact
fees is not required, Phillips may as
well have said we have a dartboard in
the meeting room. And if someone
forgets the darts, we have a pair of
dice to roll.
Well, Ms. Phillips, you won't have to
paraphrase me, "We don't need no
stinking autocrat on the board of com-
missioners."
R.G. Van Alstine
Lecanto


THE CHRONICLE invites you to call "Sound Off" with your opinions on any subject. You do not need to leave your name and have up to 30 seconds to record.
COMMENTS will be edited for length, personal attacks and good taste. Editors will cut libelous material. OPINIONS expressed are purely those of the callers.


mon sense to the blizzard of federal
regulations the end result is more
control for the White House over the
executive branch.
In case you haven't noticed, this is a
pattern with this White House. Under
Bush and Vice President Cheney,
there has been a methodical push to
centralize power in the White House,
and to appropriate power from the leg-
islative and judicial branches wherev-
er possible. Can anybody name Bush's
Cabinet secretaries or cite anything
they've done? Aside from one post-
November nod to reality when the
White House agreed to seek court
approval of its eavesdropping pro-
gram, Bush and Cheney have treated
executive departments, as well as the
other branches of government, dismis-
sively while boosting the reach of the
executive branch.
Bush's actions invite this question: If
he's leaving office in two years, for
whom is he consolidating power? Is it
for himself? Or is it for the benefit of his
successor? Keep in mind that whoever
is elected president in'08 could be from
the opposite party and could use his or
her executive authority to undo what-
ever Bush does. If history is any guide,
there is a better than 50/50 chance the
next president will be a Democrat
Bush must know that, so why is he set-
ting the stage for the next guy or gal?
The best face to put on it is that Bush


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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 200'/ 3


CITRUS COUNTY (FI,) CHRONICLE OM


Watch out -


Your reputation could precede you!


children were times when I
were grow- was unruly about
ing up not all the rules.
S:time and not about I didn't try to skirt
Everything there all school rules. I
were times, when I was firm about doing
found rules didn't fit the required work,
circumstances, and, B dressing appropri-
once in a while, I'd ately and conducting
bend them. Fred Brannen oneself within the
Daughter Beth, a A SLICE OF tenets of decent
teacher in the Citrus LIFE decorum, but at
County School sys- times, attendance
tem for more than 15 years, has requirements seemed too rigid.
hinted that I was the kind of I think each student should
parent who could drive teach- have a number of "personal
ers nuts. That wasn't my intent, days," days on which he or she


are allowed to go fishing, smell
the roses or simply sit in the
sun.
I know. I know.
Such a concept doesn't com-
port with state requirements,
and absenteeism affects fund-
ing and the bureaucracy must
be obeyed at all costs.
So what is a father to do
when he fully believes an
unscheduled day of rest and
relaxation is in order, but
understands the consequences
of an unexcused absence?
A conscientious parent gives
the child words of encourage-
ment, confirms the value of


time spent in the classroom
and counsels the little one con-
cerning the need to obey rules.
Most of the time, in spite of
my personal beliefs, I was a
conscientious and rule-enforc-
ing parent
But under special circum-
stances, I would write a note.
Writing such a note was a little
tricky, because the Bible says
"all liars shall have their part
in the lake of fire."
Ouch!
I mentioned the bureaucra-
cy In an earlier chapter of my
life, I was a bureaucrat. Thus,
when it came to writing a note


for a child who'd missed school
with an "iffy" illness, I used my
best doublespeak, for example:
"Dear Ms. Teach, My son,
Fred, said he was sick yester-
day. I believed him and I hope
you will, too."
It worked. To the best of my
knowledge, none of our chil-
dren were ever charged with
an unexcused absence.
We were visiting with son
Fred and his family a week or
so prior to the Christmas break
As we were leaving, we gave all
of our little sweethearts a
group goodbye hug and I whis-
pered, "I wish you could all


come home with us right now."
The oldest, Ariana, a fourth
grader, quickly began i:o
explain school attendtL:e
rules and why they cut i..iL
come until the break On the
other hand, Kaylee, sweet I little
second grader Kaylee, replied,
"I'll come, Granddaddy, you
can write me a note!"
Evidently, at least with Mii ss
Kaylee, my reputation precctd-
ed me!
---Q-----
Fred Brannen is
an Inverness resident
and Chronicle columnist.


Abortion debate has cooled


down at least for right now


O ften a speech
is significant
S for what it
leaves out. In his :
State of the Union
.address, President i.
,Bush never men- j
tioned the word
"abortion," even
though the 34th
anniversary of the Cokie an
SRoe v. Wade deci- V. Ro
sion was only days OTF
away. VOI
What a relief. For
many years, the
abortion issue has taken up far
more time and energy than it
deserves. And the blame rests
with the purists on both sides,
who have insisted on establish-
ing litmus tests for political
candidates and judicial nomi-
nees on that one, highly polar-
izing issue.
We understand their sinceri-
ty. For those who believe that
abortion is murder, there's no
room for compromise. Those
who consider abortion to be a
fundamental right are equally
unyielding. But the media have
allowed these hard-line views
Sto dominate the debate over
abortion policy, when in fact
most Americans are "abortion
grays," somewhere in the mid-
dle.
A poll commissioned by
..Third Way, a moderate demo-
Scratic group, found that 69 per-
cent support the goal of reduc-
ing abortions "while still pre-
serving the basic right to have
one." In the latest CBS News
survey, 31 percent favored
legalization without restric-
tions, while 5 percent opposed
abortion in all circumstances.
Another 12 percent would
approve the procedure only to
save a mother's life, leaving
more than half in the gray cate-
-gory.
Both parties, whipsawed by
activist pressure groups, have
been slow to understand these
numbers, but Republicans
have been particularly deter-
mined to play to their pro-life
base. President Bush contin-
ues to support a constitutional


amendment ban-
ning abortions that
has little public
support. He's
bowed to anti-abor-
tion lobbyists and
defied mainstream
scientific thought -
in placing strict lim-
its on federal fund-
dSteven ing for stem cell
berts research.
MER And under his
CES watch, the Food and
D r .u g
Administration for
years blocked over-the-counter
sales of Plan B, the so-called
"morning after" contraceptive.
(To its credit, the FDA finally
reversed that ban for women
older than 18 last summer)
For years, the Democrats
imposed a pro-choice ortho-
doxy of their own. In 1992, for
example, they refused to let
then Gov. Bob Casey of
Pennsylvania, who opposed
abortion, address their nation-
al convention. But their years
in the political wilderness
made them more sensitive, to
the,"abortion grays." Last year
they recruited pro-life candi-
dates like Bob Casey's son -
who defeated a sitting senator
and helped return the
Democrats to the majority
That majority then picked
Harry Reid of Nevada as their
leader, despite his pro-life
views. And the party's most vis-
ible presidential contender,
Sen. Hillary Clinton, is cam-
paigning on a platform of "pre-
venting unwanted pregnan-
cies" and working "for the day
when abortions are truly rare."
We asked Rep. Chris Van
Hollen, who is heading the
Democrats' campaign organi-
zation for 2008, whether pro-
abortion groups would try to
push the party leftward. No, he
said, because they understand
the current climate, and so far
he seems to be right
Democrats are working on
legislation that would reduce
abortions by expanding family
planning services, adding
adoption tax credits and


Sound OFF


Listings omitted
I'd like to know why the
.Sunday TV guide in the
Chronicle has omitted the "R"
and "S" movie listings. Don't
they have two sheets, of paper
they can put in there? This is
the second time now in just a
couple of weeks.
Valuable bottles
I'd like to commend you for
' your editorial in today's paper
-on recycling, but there are three
benefits, I think, of a bottle law,
a bottle-and-can-return law,
which maybe the public should
'be made aware of. One is, of
-course, the roadsides become
instantly cleaner. The bottles
and cans that are tossed from
cars automatically become valu-
'able to some people who will
then pick them up and collect
the money, and of course it will
improve our county consider-
ably. Secondly, the money from
unreturned bottles, the extra
funds that were paid out in
deposits, could then go to the
local government to promote
further recycling or cleanup
efforts. And thirdly, local public
service organizations, schools,
,Boy Scouts, etc., can raise con-
siderable amounts of money
by inviting people to donate
their cans and bottles, and the
organization can be responsi-
ble for returning them for the
deposit money. It's a win-win
situation. It cleans up the envi-
ronment, it helps the landfill
Sand helps public service organ-
izations, with minor inconven-
ience to the public. I certainly
hope we can do something like
this in the state of Florida.


Another civil war
We went to war in Korea. This
was nothing more than a civil
war. We were told it was a threat
to our freedom. That was a lie.
Fifty years later, we're still there.
We went to war in Vietnam, a
civil war. We were told by Lyndon
Johnson our ships were attacked
in the Gulf of Tonkin. We find
out now, that was a lie. We went
to war in Bosnia, a civil war. We
were told we went in there to
stop the genocide. Guess what?
There was no genocide, nothing
but a civil war. Our troops are
still there. We were lied to by Bill
Clinton. Yet all three of these
wars we were lied to to get into,
and not one complaint from any
liberal Democrat.
Don't criticize
This is in regards to the
Sunday paper's Sound Off,
"Abstain from sex," the criticism
of Kentucky people who have no
electricity and no running water.
I don't think people just started
having babies since electricity
and running water. But my main
concern is that everyone should
not criticize their brothers until
you've walked a mile in their
moccasins.
Luther's quote
Regarding the "Blinding
truth": Actually, it was Martin
Luther who said, "An eye for an
eye would leave everyone blind."
No easy job
This is for the person who
called in and said the postal
workers were underworked and
overpaid: Obviously he's upset
because he couldn't pass the


financing childcare. The key
sticking point will be money for
contraception which the
strongest pro-lifers still oppose
- but sponsors hope for a
broad-based coalition that
includes conservative
Republicans.
"There are few more divisive
issues in America today than
abortion," says Sen. Reid, "but
there is an opportunity to find
common ground if we are will-
ing to join together and seize
it" Nancy Keenan, president
of NARAL Pro-Choice
America, also struck a concilia-
tory tone to the Washington
Post "You're going to see a
change in the tone of the
debate, and a move toward
more solutions, rather than
divisiveness."
We hope so. But the purists
have only receded, not disap-
peared, and several develop-
merits could bring them back to
center stage. One is the candi-
dacy of former New York
mayor Rudy Giuliani, who's
running for the GOP presiden-
tial nomination as openly pro-
choice. This provides a chance
for his ardent pro-life foes to
reclaim their chairs on the
cable shout fests.
But the big issue is the make-
up of the Supreme Court The
current 5-4 majority in favor of
the Roe decision depends on
the fragile"health of Justice
John Paul Stevens, now
approaching 87. If Stevens
leaves the court, and Bush
nominates an anti-Roe candi-
date for his seat, the Senate
could once again erupt in a
toxic cloud of highly charged
emotions.
But for now, the abortion rhet-
oric has cooled on both sides.
Lawmakers seem more interest-
ed in problem solving than bomb
throwing, and the president, by
his silence, has contributed to
the improved climate. That's a
very welcome change.
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Steve and Cokie Roberts
can be contacted by e-mail
at stevecokie@gmail.com.


test. And it's anything but an
easy job.
Tomato soup cake
I'd like to know if anyone out
there has a recipe for tomato
soup cake. I lost my recipe and
would like to make it again. If
anyone has the recipe, please
send it to me: Joan Hess, PO.
Box 178, Floral City, FL 34436.
Blame yourself
This is in reference to the per-
son that called in about the
homestead exemption not being
increased to $50,000, blaming
it on the county commissioners
- rightfully so. But County
Commissioner Gary Bartell
voted it down and he's increased
our taxes, he's increased the
gasoline taxes, he increased the
impact fees and so on and so
on. And guess what? People of
Citrus County keep electing him,
so you have nobody to blame
but the people of Citrus County.
Of course the county commis-
sioners that they voted on, when
it was time for them to be voted
out of office, they re-elected
them. So blame yourself.
Protect Iraq
Both houses are now under
Democratic control, but nowhere
can the immigration problem be
found on their agenda. Nancy
Pelosi is making all kinds of
threats of how she and the
Democratic Party are going to
bring down the Bush presidency
and bring home the troops from
Iraq. She better think long and
hard about what she is doing.
Leaving Iraq will open the door
for Iran to take over and control
the vast oil supplies.


Letters to th


Heritage thanks
As presenters of Floral City Heritage Days
2006, the members of Floral City Heritage
Council wish to extend our sincere apprecia-
tion to the many individuals, organizations,
churches and businesses that made this 16th
historical/educational event on the first week-
end of December the most successful yet
We thank the Citrus County Chronicle and
staff for the outstanding special paper, and
WKYE-TV for promoting the event We are
most grateful to our Heritage Day 2006 spon-
sors who financed the educational aspect of
this event:
"Diamond Cluster" sponsor: Citrus County
Chronicle.
"Platinum" sponsors: Floral City Lions
Foundation Inc. and Throgmartin-Henke
Ranch, LLE
"Gold" sponsors: Capital City Bank, John D.
Gelin M.D., Progress Energy, Moonrise Resort
and TOO FAR.
"Silver" sponsors: The Hagar Group, Bank of
Inverness, FDS Disposal Inc., Chas. Davis
Funeral Home Inc., Stanley Steamer Carpet
Cleaner and Friends of The Floral City
Library.
Special thank-yous go to all committee chair-
men of the event, to the eight historic home
owners and four other historic property own-
ers for opening their doors at the Blue Banner
Tour of Historic Homes, to the 117 volunteer
and to the businesses, organizations and indi-
viduals who put up Giant Christmas Cards,
served as hosts/hostess and assisted us in other
ways.
To the property owners throughout the vil-
lage who allowed us to schedule this event on
their property or in adjacent areas and to the
BOCC, the Engineer Division and Roadside
Maintenance Division which permitted and
gave assistance for this event, we thank you.
Also, appreciation is extended to all those
who prepared the village with Christmas deco-
rations and grounds preparation. To all those
organizations who prepared the mouth-water-
ing foods, to those who demonstrated early
Florida Folklife daily living skills, to the many
musicians on Saturday and carolers and musi-
cians on Friday night, and to all the other
clubs, organizations, exhibitors and activity
participants, we express our sincere gratitude
for your participation. You are the ones who
make the event!
We are grateful to those who provided
"Special Assistance," as named in our special
Chronicle paper, for this event: Camp E-Nini-
Hassee, Shamrock Inn, Floral City Volunteer
Fire Department, Sheriff Dept Community
Patrol Unit 5, Nature Coast EMS at Floral City,
Crystal River Heritage Council, Floral City
Garden Club, Inverness Woman's Club, FDS
Disposal Inc.
For those individuals who loaned item to
make the event happen: Cecil Crews, Keith
Barco, Janice McCann Zeoli, Earl Seay, Wayne
Dean, Mary Craven and the many council
members who loaned or made exhibits, we are
thankful for your assistance.
Again, on behalf of the Floral City Heritage
Council, we say a sincere "Thank You" to the
Citrus County Chronicle and WYKE TV, to our
sponsors, to providers of "Special Assistance,"
to property owners, to the volunteers who pre-
pared for and presented this event, to all food,
music, exhibit and other activity participates
and a personal note of gratitude is extended to
our 2006 committee chairmen and members
who made it all happen.
And now to all the many visitors who attend-
ed Floral City Heritage Days 2006, a big
"Thank you" goes out to you.
See you next year...Under The Oaks!!
Marcia L. Beasley
event chairwoman
Floral City


e EDITOR =
Car show thanks
Dec. 9 started off as a very chilly morning
However, the cool temperatures were not
enough to dampen the spirits of the Pine Ridge
Classic Car Enthusiasts, the Humane Society of
Citrus County and those who enjoyed the
opportunity for a fun time with lots of classic
cars and trucks to admire.
There was good food, terrific music provided
by Mike Giagliano, prizes for special classes,
and an auction of wonderful donated items. Ail
of the proceeds from this event were gracious
ly donated to the Humane Society of Citrus
County. That money will be used to benefit th'
many abandoned, homeless animals at our i-s-
cue facility.
An event like this doesn't just "happen";
there were many wonderful people who
worked very hard to organize it The follow ng
individuals and businesses gave of their tii te
or donated items for auction:
Golf Trophies, Ice Cold Air, Manatee Lances
Mr. Kings, Tire Kingdom of Crystal River,.
Applebee's, Helen's Nursery, El Diablo
Restaurant, Pine Ridge Auto, George's
Automotive, Tires Plus of Inverness, Sports
Bowl, Tire Kingdom of Inverness, NAPA ot
Crystal River, NAPA of Inverness, Chicken
King, Discount Auto, AAA Roofing, Checkers
Restaurant, Nick Nicholas Ford, Rizzo's Pi;';.,
Mr. Electric, Stranger, Sal's Restaurant, Rusaw
Homes, R & B Automotive, Dirk's Automol i\e.
Subway Sandwiches, Rod's Mufflers, Citruv
Kia, Dr. Angrikulia, Winn-Dixie -
Meadowcrest, Winn-Dixie Beverly Hills.
Carlos Tire, McGuires Automotive, Beef O
Brady's, Beverly Hills Liquors, Countryside
Animal Hospital, Canada Drugs, Year One,
Walgreens, Dillons Restaurant, Hallmark
Cards, Excel Printing, Fastenal Equipment
Cinnamon Sticks, Nancy Patton, Dream
Custom Homes, Doug and Janet Thomas,
Brooklyn Deli, Sonny's Bar-B-Q, The Hedick
Group, Ann Engle, Louis Micheals, Bill Rausch
and Nancy Knizer.
Karron Curtis
vice president
Humane Society of Citrus County

Fund for victims
I am embarrassed to say that it has taken ~im
way too long to write this letter, but, as I am
sure most of you can attest to, time slips by and
even important thing don't get done!
I would like to rectify this.
The Chronicle has been a huge help in help-
ing The Center for Victim Rights during the
past 15 years and numerous families have
been helped as opposed to "slipping through
the cracks" of the judicial system.
Medical help, lost wages and counseling are
just a sampling of the areas we can help inno-
cent victims of crime, and their families,
through their horrific ordeals.
A special fund of $500 is available to those
aged 60 and old and/or disabled to help with
property loss/damage such as mailbox vand;l-
ism, stolen bicycles and destruction of outdoor
lighting, to name a few.
If you feel The Center could be of help, call
us at 628-6481 or CrimeVictimHelp@aol.coii.
The Center is looking forward to the contin-
ued support from the Chronicle and thanks all
who have helped for all their support in the Ip.st
Cynthia Holden
The Center for Victim Rietis
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Why no arrest?
I just read in the newspaper
how a Citrus County deputy
was pulled over for (suspicion
of) being under the influence of
alcohol while driving his per-
sonal vehicle. The article did
not state whether or not he
was arrested. I know if you or I
were driving drunk and pulled
over, we would be arrested. I
want to know why they just
suspended him down to a civil-
ian and why he was not arrest-
ed. I believe this is just another
cover-up by the sheriff's office.
I know that where I used to live
when I was a police officer, any-
body that was pulled over
being intoxicated was arrested.
Double standard
I wish I were a cop and could
get off twice and still keep my job
after drinking and driving. What
hypocrisy. This county is letting a
cop get off ... while they arrest
everybody else. Such a joke.
Why not fired?
I see where Lt. Martone is in
trouble again. Almost 10 years
ago, it was identical and he
should have been fired then.
It's about time the sheriff takes
some action, but he should
take a more firm action. The
man should be fired. This is his
second ... that he was not
arrested for. Any civilian would
have been arrested the first
time. He got away with it twice.
He should be fired and he
should have been arrested.
Let off lightly
Boy, if I have a DUI and am a
lieutenant with the sheriff's
office, for punishment he will
reduce salary, still put you in
the top 10 percent of wage
earners in Citrus County, you
don't lose your retirement, you
don't have any record on your
driver's license so your insur-
ance stays low, you're allowed to
drive, you don't get the punish-
ment of no bars, no alcohol for
six months, and you don't have
to report to rehab. I bet every-
body that's had a DUI would
love to have his punishment.
This is his second one. What will
the sheriff say when he finally
completes his deal and has a
DUI one night and kills some-
one? Everybody will look around
and say, "How did this happen?"
How can we stand by and let
this preferential treatment (hap-,
pen)? It's really horrible.
Who drove home?
I was just wondering who
drove Lt. James Martone home
after he was stopped for driv-
ing under the influence by a fel-
low deputy. Just wondering who
drove him home.
Editor's note: Family members.
Second chance
Why is it that a beauty pag-
eant winner gets a second
chance, but a decorated sher-
iff's lieutenant doesn't? Where's
the justice in that? Lt. Martone
was off duty and driving his
own car. Yes, he should be pun-
ished maybe a one-month sus-
pension without pay, but cer-
tainly he does not deserve to
be demoted after more than 20
years of exemplary service. I
have a feeling there's some-
thing else going on in the sher-
iff's (office). Does the word
S-"retribution" have any meaning
to some?
No sobriety test
Wow, it's such a double stan-
dard with the sheriff's (office)
here in today's paper, Jan. 30.
It's a double standard. Any ordi-
nary citizen would have been
arrested and put in jail and he
only gets not even arrested or
anything, it's just suspicion of
driving under the influence.
Where was the sobriety test?
Where was the field test done?
I'm sure the deputy that
stopped him was only doing his
job and then when he called it
in, the higher-ups told him not
to arrest this guy. But the
deputy, I'm sure he was doing
his job. This is ridiculous that
the sheriff's (office) can get away
with anything an ordinary citizen
would have been arrested for.
Doing the math
How many other of your sub-
scribers did your mathematics
when you looked at the sheriff's
lieutenant who was demoted


because of misconduct? It cal-
culates to his being demoted
to a $50,000-a-year job.
Too much info
I'm calling in response to the
article about the officer who
was pulled over and demoted.
We, the public, do not need to
know all these details ... The
paper is just a gossip column.
These young men put their life
on the line every day every
time they put on a uniform to
protect you and me. And they


have an internal affairs investiga-
tion and they take care of all of
that. It does not need to be
made public. Why embarrass
the officer and his family? This is
a dangerous job and they're
dedicated men and women who
do it. I think they need that
when that happens here, it
should stay here. That should be
the motto of the police depart-
ment and the sheriff's office.
Shows favoritism
I'm reading in the paper
where the sheriff's deputy,
Martone, got pulled over for
suspected DUI. It's just a cover-
up by the sheriff's (office). Not
once in the article does it say
anything about his blood alco-
hol contents. Why would the
deputy pull him over, suspected
of DUI, and then let him go on
his way just because he's a
sheriff's deputy? This is
favoritism. The person that
pulled him over also should be
reprimanded. Jeff Dawsy needs
to step in and do something
about this good-ol'-boy system.
If it was you or me and they
pulled us over, it would be in
the paper and it would tell the
alcohol content and it would
say 0.08 is the Florida law.
Also, it's very coincidental that
the sheriff's (office) head of
human resources was unavail-
able for the whole day Monday
to give a comment. Also, Sheriff
Dawsy was at a conference and
unavailable for comment. Isn't
it coincidental that when one of
theirs.gets put in the paper for
being out of line, no one's avail-
able for comment? But if it was
something in favor of Jeff
Dawsy, he would surely be in
the papers smiling, shaking
hands with somebody or a
politician, and the sheriff's
office would be all over the
paper with all kinds of congrat-
ulations to the sheriff's (office).
Unfortunately, it's a good-ol'-
boy county. I wish Jeff Dawsy
would step in and reprimand
the person that pulled him over,
as well as Mr. Martone.
Ignoring the good
With 22 years of community
service and dedication to the
youth of Citrus County, what a
shame that the only thing they
have to put on the front page of
the Chronicle is Lt. James
Martone.
Zero tolerance ,
This Sound Off is about Lt.
James Martone, Citrus County
(Sheriff's Office). I was wonder-
ing, why did they not give him
a Breathalyzer test either time
that he's been stopped? And
also, in our schools, there's
zero tolerance for drugs and
alcohol. Why should we have
policemen who have these
problems be in our schools?
Couple of beers
I really can't believe Lt. James
Martone has been put off the
police force after giving his
whole life, and stuffed aside for
a couple of beers, when you see
commissioners and everybody
else downtown having a beer.
What is this? And no retirement
or anything? I don't understand
the whole thing. Somebody bet-
ter write an article on it because
that is terrible. He's such a fine
young man and has given all of
himself to these children. The
things that I know about him
are so exemplary. I can't believe
this has happened.
Sheriff's clique
This message is for Sheriff
Dawsy. I'd like to know what he
would do if an average citizen
of this county had two DUIs. In
regards to Lt. Martone, he was
pulled over 10 years ago for
speeding and he was suspected
of being impaired. He was
released. And after 10 years, he
was also pulled over for (suspi-
cion of) DUI and released, not
arrested ... No charges were
put against him. If this was an
average citizen of this county,
they would have locked him up,
he would have had a DUI
record, he would have been
arrested. But because he was a
lieutenant and one of Sheriff
Dawsy's boys, so to speak,
nothing happened to him. Why?
Why, because he was a friend of
Sheriff Dawsy's. He should be
fired, he should be arrested and
he should be in jail. If it was an


average citizen, that certainly
would have happened to them,
but not Sheriff Dawsy's boys.
It's about time that the people
of this county wake up and go
after Sheriff Dawsy and his
clique.
Off-duty behavior
Should we hold law enforce-
ment officers to a higher stan-
dard? Of course, but only when
they are in uniform and on
duty. The sheriff's lieutenant
who recently was (pulled over
on suspicion of) DUI was not


on duty. He should therefore be
treated as any other citizen,
which unfortunately in today's
world, consists of a slap on the
wrist. He should not, however, be
demoted and lose benefits he
has earned during his 20-plus
years protecting you and me.
Special case
I'm calling about Officer
Martone to be let go. He should
have been bagged for DUI. If
that was one of us regular peo-
ple, we would have been arrest-
ed and in jail. See, I'm telling
.you, this place is a joke.
Bunch of hogwash
This is about Lt. James
Martone not getting preferen-
tial treatment. The officer that
made the stop clearly said that
he was intoxicated. It's a bunch
of hogwash. They called a;
supervisor down there to tell
him that he can drive him
home or his wife can drive him
home. If that was anybody else
who wasn't a sheriff's deputy
or in law enforcement, they
would have been arrested. He
should have been arrested just
like any other normal person.
Discipline supervisor
This is in reference to the
officer that was pulled over for
(suspicion of) drunk driving
and demoted. For the article to
say that, that the arresting offi-
cer said he was drunk and/or
very intoxicated, he should
have been arrested because
any normal person would have
been. And the people that
should have been disciplined
were the supervisor and whoev-
er had anything to do with let-
ting him go.
Guilt indicated
This article in the paper
about the officer being demot-
ed, it's really eating at me. For
somebody to take such a demo-
tion and reduced pay by six
grades, without being guilty,
then why would anybody do
that if they weren't guilty? In
which case, if he was guilty he
should have been arrested for
drunk driving, not just suspend-
ed from work for a couple of
weeks. If I was innocent of that
crime, I wouldn't have stood
there and just took that-kind of
demotion. I would have fought.
Keep it quiet
This is in response td the
two-day articles about the
deputy sheriff who was demot-
ed, the lieutenant. I am a
retired law enforcement officer
from up North and find it very
offensive that the county and
the sheriff's (office) are allowing
these articles to be written
against this gentleman. This
gentleman served 22 years as a
deputy sheriff with the depart-
ment, with a pretty good record
except for maybe two things
that might have happened. It
seems that they should take
care of their own. You have peo-
ple every day sitting in your
courthouse (charged with) driv-
ing without licenses, driving
with suspended registrations,
no insurance, DUIs, DWIs, what-
ever you may want to call it,
and they're not dragged
through the paper like this lieu-
tenant is. If they wanted to dis-
cipline him, that was fine, they
could have disciplined him, but
they don't: have to drag this
man's name through the paper
and make a spectacle out of
him. I find it very appalling.
Humiliating others
I'm calling in regard to
Deputy Martone, who got
caught driving and drinking
while not on duty. I see in the
paper today that his job got
reduced from (about $70,000)
to $52,000. Please have pity.
Most people in Citrus County
don't even make that kind of
money. This man should have
been fired from his job ... I'm
trying to find out what his bond
was and how many times .he
spent in jail. And is he going to
do community service in Citrus
County? And also, $52,000 a
year to be demoted to is pretty
good pay. I believe he should
have been relieved of his job. I
know in Citrus County, if a fire-
fighter gets caught with a DUI,
they're actually fired immedi-
ately. Why wasn't he taken from
his job? Dawsy, do your job and
fire this man. He's humiliating


Citrus County deputies.
Looking after cops
In the case of this Officer
Martone being stopped for
DUI, this is totally, totally not
right the way they did this. If
any average citizen would have
been driving down that road
intoxicated, he would have
been arrested and given a
sobriety test. And he'd been
arrested for refusing a sobriety
test if he refused to take it. The
way they handled this thing, it's


just cops looking after cops ...
That's not right. The man
should have been fired ... He
should have had a sobriety test
on the spot. Or if he denied
one, take him down and have
blood work done on him. They
handled this as a big cover-up.
But they had to do something
and that's all they're doing is
just taking it and making it to
save face. And the sheriff was
totally wrong by demoting him
from $70,000 for his job. I'll"
take that job any day of the'
week and I'm not even a law
enforcement officer. I could do
the job most of these sheriff's
deputies could do.
It's messed up
I'm calling pertaining to
Officer Martone, the man who
was just recently pulled over on
Jan. 13. Excuse me ... He
admitted to -have'beerr drinking
eight beers in a three- to five-
hour timeframe. And I'm just;
saying it's messed up. I want tc
have something to say a little
bit in your newspaper because
I think it's messed up that, you
know, I see people every day in
the newspaper 60-year-old
women that drink three glasses
of wine with dinner who get
pulled over and get arrested.
He didn't even get a field sobri-
ety test, and I just think it's
messed up.
Showing no remorse
The shame in giving the lieu-
tenant a break ... is reading in
today's paper that he still will
not admit that he was drunk. So
if he doesn't understand that,
he will not get help. It was nice
of the sheriff's (office) to official-
ly announce that they do give
special breaks to certain people,
give them rides home when
they're drunk. I guarantee you
it's not the average citizen, it's a
prominent businessman or a fel-
low deputy. This man should be
charged with DUI and get the
same punishment as everybody
else, but Sheriff Dawsy took
care of his close friend and he
put him in a job where he'll be
supervising children. Someone
who has a drinking problem
does not need to be supervising
children. But this man will get
no treatment because, to this
day; he still doesn't feel he did:
anything wrong.
Editor's note: The new position
does not include supervising chil-
dren, despite the title of the posi-
tion.
Previous incident
Today is Wednesday, Jan. 31.
Reading your article in the
Chronicle in reference police
officer Lt. Martone, you failed
to mention in the whole article
that 10 years ago he.was
pulled over not only for smell ol
alcohol on his breath, the rea-
son he was pulled over was
that he was speeding. When he
was pulled over, they asked hirr
for his license, registration and
insurance card. Hee had-none of
the above. They smelled alco-
hol on his breath. He identified
himself as the police lieu-
tenant. Sheriff Dawsy at that
time sent a squad car, as they
call it, to pick him up and bring
him home. He was not given
anyjcitations and he was not
given any suspensions, any
fines. If this was an average
citizen in this county at that
time, they would have been
locked up, would have at least
been given a citation for speed,
ing and no insurance, no regis-
tration and possibly for DUI.
Ten years later he's pulled over
again and ... they didn't give
him a blood test, they didn't
give him a Breathalyzer
because he was a police lieu-
tenant. Where are the rights of
the citizens of this county?
They have never given any
breaks like that. Now I'd like
Sheriff Dawsy to tell me when
he has given anyone as many
breaks that he's given Lt.
Martone. I'd like him to prove it
to me and prove it to the citi-
zens of this county. It's
absolutely unbelievable that
they let the police lieutenant or
anybody else get away with
what he got away with.
It's who you know
This is in reference to the
incident with Officer James
Martone. I think it is a total
joke for the sheriff's (office) to
come out and say that this


man was not given preferential
treatment. If anybody else in
this county who wasn't associ-
ated with the sheriff's office
would have been stopped for
DUI -which in his report, the
deputy says that he was slur-
ring his speech and wobbling
- they would have been arrest-
ed and taken to jail. So I just
think it shows again how in this
county there's favoritism, and
that's not fair. He, when he's off
duty, he's just like anybody
else. And if he was stopped for


DUI, then he should have been
given a Breathalyzer or a blood
test and taken to jail. So once
again I guess it's who you know
in this county.
Deputy's discretion
This is in response to the
officer's demotion. The deputy
admitted he would have taken
an average person to jail.
According to Ms. Tierney,
deputies do have the right to
use discretion. I guess the
translation there is that if
you're one of their own, they
get special breaks.
Jailed for less
Equal rights and equal pun-
ishment under the law that
is our constitutional right. I did-
n't even swerve. I was a
Vietnam veteran MP and I did-
n't even swerve over the double
Yellow line. I hit the dirt a little,
bit on the sideline and I got a
DUI, went to jail and went
through all kinds of hell to do
this, and nobody called my
Captain because my captain
got killed in.Vietnam. Let's see
if we can't do something about
this Martone guy.
Wrong message
I don't understand this with
the deputy being let off ... I
guess the good-ol'-boy rule is
: still in effect, because anybody
else would have been arrested
and brought to jail. Just
because he's a deputy, I don't
understand why he was let off.
I mean the law needs to be
done equitably. There's no rea-
son for that. It sends the wrong
message. And for Dawsy to put
up with that, it's just, I think,
kind of ridiculous. It definitely
sends a wrong message.
We aren't idiots
Dawsy must think Citrus
Countyis a county full of
idiots. I mean Lt. Martone got
off real easy. If it was anybody
else, they would not have drove
you home or let you go home.
They would have arrested you
for DUI. And, oh, what a pun-
ishment. He gets his salary cut
from $70,000 to $52,000.
$52,000 a year in Citrus
County is an excellent salary.
He should be fired, is what he
should be, completelyfrom the
county. And he should have
gone to jail ... because they do
not drive nobody else home.
Everybody I ever knew who got
pulled over, always went to jail
for DUI. Maybe 30 years ago,
40 years ago when it was a
small town and there wasn't as
many people, they might have
let a few people go. But the
cops don't let anybody go
today, only their friends and
their relatives. He got perfect
f favoritism on that and he
should be fired and he should
have got arrested. That is defi-
nitely favoritism. That is outra-
Sgeous. And Dawsy must think
this county's full of idiots to
- believe that stuff in t.he paper.
Corrupt cover-up
I'd like to pose a question for
the citizens of Citrus County in
regard to that lieutenant who
was pulled over .... I'd like to
know why the officer who
pulled him over for (suspicion
of) driving intoxicated was not
himself suspended for not
doing his duty. If someone's
pulled over for being intoxicat-
ed, I believe they're supposed
Sto be administered a
Breathalyzer test, which this
officer did not give the lieu-
tenant. Also, for failure to take
a Breathalyzer test, you would
still be arrested and have to
have a day in court. I believe
this is corruption and a cover-
up in Citrus County and I think
something should be done
about this.
Monopoly game
That Martone incident is ter-
rible. I mean he was drunk if
he couldn't walk. If he had to
lean on the side of the truck
and had to sit on the tailgate,
you know he was drunk. And
they just let him get away with
it because he's a cop. Anybody
else they'd take to jail. I've
been here since 1970 and any-
body I've ever known to get
pulled over for DUI, they never
drove them home. They drove


Them right to jail and they did
not, pass go'andcthey did not
get a $52,000-a-year job out of
it, neither. And he shouldn't be
working with kids because he's
not a role model. He's telling
them that they can get drunk
and, you know, as long as
you're a cop or know enough
cops, you can get away with it
because they'll take you home.
I know the cops look out for
each other all the time because
they don't want to let anybody
know what really goes on with
Them. But I mean he needs to
be fired all the way and not
working with kids any more. He


needs punishment. I think the
FDLE ought to look at it or the
FBI needs to look into it,
because he hasn't got pun-
ished enough. He should have
gone to jail ... like any other
normal person would in this
county.
Work for public
I'd like to know why Lt.
Martone wasn't given a DUI by
Deputy Briggs. On the other
hand, the woman who speaks
for the sheriff's (office) says
they don't have to worry about
passing out discipline notices
because the businesses don't
do it. But come to think of it,
the. police aren't private busi-
ness; they work for the public. I
just think it was a shame.
Sheriff Dawsy ought to be
checked into.
Do as I say
"in refereince to the Officer- ..
Martone story: I think our sher-
iff's (office) should be leading
by example instead of the way
this case was handled. It sure
looks like: "Do as I say, not as I
do,"'wb.ih is a badTexample for
the children he works for and
for everybody else in this coun-
ty. A double standard concern-
ing the local sheriff's (office).
Cushy fallback
There is something definitely
wrong and I hope somebody
who has the authority checks
out the Citrus County Sheriff's
(Office). Give me a break. They
did not arrest this man
Martone. This was not only his
first, his second. He didn't get
any DUIs? Give me a break. You
think Sheriff Jeff Dawsy has
nothing to say and he's being
punished enough? If it were
you or I you,.whoever's.. -. .
answering this phone right now
- we would have had a DUI
and our license would have
been taken away. We wouldn't
fall back on a $50,000-a-year
cushy job. To me the whole
sheriff's (office) needs to be
investigated. Because guess
what? It's the year 2007, it's
not the good-ol'-boy network
anymore.
Above the law
I'm calling regarding Mr.
-Martonee's'Yeehitfla~i1brn- 6
sumption. I, too, worked
respectfully for 17 years at the
same job with a stack of.praise_-
letters. I, too, was pulled over
for suspicion of DUI, arrested,
handcuffed, taken to jail,
breath analyzer done, and
$8,000 later, group therapy,
A.A. meetings, driver's license
suspension for one year, proba-
tion, community service, etc.
My first DUI, not third. Mr.
Martone, you are above the law.
What about your legal ramifica-
tions? Please stay away from
our children. You are not a
good role model.
Probe needed
Sheriff Dawsy must think
he's 'dealing with a bunctrof-,.- -
idiots here in Citrus County.
How could he think we would
believe that one of his lieu-
tenants was pulled over for
drunk driving by a patrol officer
of the,.Citrus CounTy Sheriff's
(Office) and not given a sobri-
ety test, when the deputy said
to his sergeant that he was
staggering and he had to sit
him on the edge of his truck
because he was falling down on
the side? They had to put him
in the back so he could stand
up and he was slurring .... His
eyes were glassy, smelled of
alcohol, but no test. If that was
you or I, we would have been in
jail that evening. And don't let
them kid you that they drive .
people home who have been
drinking. Come on. Who are
they trying to kid? They give
everybody a ticket for anything
they do.. If your.windows.,,a.?r .. .
tinted too dark, they'll pull you
over and give you a ticket. And
now that it's a lieutenant of
theirs that gets pulled over,
well, 'No, he wasn't drunk. We
called his wife. She-came and:
took him home." If it was you
or me, our car would have been
impounded, we'd have had to
pay a fine for that, we'd have
spent the night in jail, we'd
have had to go out and get an
attorney and pay him $4,000
to get us out of a DUI. But
since- it's'nrie of Dawsy's^" """


friends and his co-henchmen,
everything is fine. Everybody
thinks, "Well, oh no, he wasn't
drunk. He was eating a sand-
wich and pulled over the yellow
line" ... If that's the case,
why'd his wife come? I think
the Chronicle should do an in-
depth series on this one here
because it is a total cover-up
from the start to the finish,
from his RR. lady that's giving
all this ... to the news media to
Jeff Dawsy being out of town. I
think we need to have a total '
investigation on this.


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to keep violent criminals in
jail until they can be tried.
Crist has pushed the bill
for the past few sessions. It
would allocate $21.8 million
and it's estimated that 1,352
more offenders would be
jailed during the next three
years. The cost of that would
,be $161.8 million.
The bill was choked off in
committee twice before, last
year because of alleged polit-
-ical maneuvering by guber-
natorial candidates. There's
little doubt that Crist will
have his law this time.
Another anti-crime bill will
be one initiated by Attorney
General Bill McCollum on
Internet cyber crime. It's
focused on tracing and
arresting pedophiles who
prey on children via the
Internet. Sen. Nancy
Argenziano, who represents
Citrus County, is sponsoring
the bill in the Senate for
McCollum.
The bill will ask for $4.5
S million and would expand
the state's Cyber Crime Unit
'from five to 50 agents during
18 months. The five current
agents now work out of
Jacksonville, focusing solely
on catching online predators
and those who traffic in
child pornography.
Senate and House
Aside from the obvious tax
and insurance issues, the
'Senate president and House
speaker were vague at an
Associated Press conference
about leadership priorities
for the session.
When new Senate
President Ken Pruitt was
asked what his priorities for
the Senate would be this year,
he said, ."Our agenda is, I
don't have an agenda." He
said he believed the presi-
dent shouldn't dictate the ses-
sion's agenda, as has hap-
pened in the past.
Pruitt, R-Port St. Lucie,
won the presidency in the
eleventh hour of the last ses-
sion, unseating Sen. J. Alex
Villalobos, R-Miami, who was
the obvious successor until
Villalobos broke ranks with
-former Gov. Jeb Bush on his
education bill. Some senators-
withdrew their support of
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'even said the session could
'have been a political blood
bath of sorts for Republicans
had the Democrats wanted to
use it to get political mileage
instead of cooperating to try to
solve the problem.
So is it a new day? The
minority leaders in the
Legislature, Sen. Dan Gelber,
D-Hallandale Beach, and Rep.
Dan Geller, D-Miami,
described the change in the
Governor's office, respectively,
as "night and day" and as "a
new dynamic." They say they
are willing to work with the
governor and Republicans on
some things.
It's no secret that Crist is a
smooth politician. He listens.
He pays attention. He has a
well-oiled public relations
machine that helped put him
in office.
* Known as "Chain Gang
.Charlie" for his tough positions
as attorney general and how
can residents not like a guy
who's tough on crime Crist
says he wants storm insurance
premiums reduced further for
residents and, get this, he
wants property taxes reduced.
i Not only that, he wants to
'double homestead exemptions
and allow the home tax cap to
be portable.
"Where has this guy been?"
you might hear beleaguered
homeowners saying.
., As for, "Is this guy for real?"
Well, that has yet to be decided.
There are those skeptical types
who say he follows the polls
and tells people what they
want to hear.


Sen. Nancy Argenziano, who
represents Citrus, said Crist
means what he says. "He
knows what people want and
he goes after it," she said.
When he says, "People need-
,ed a break," and the insurance
industry needed to be "reigned
in," Crist most certainly is say-
ing what they want to hear. But
then, on the other hand, there
was some action on the issue in
special session by the
Legislature. How it actually
,translates in rate rollbacks for
the homeowners who, for
example, are sentenced to


Pruitt did say one thing he
expected was that the most
important bills would come
up first in the session, rather
than at the end of the session,
as usually happens. He also
said he believed in stem cell
research and the need to
enhance it, but went no fur-
ther.
Pruitt brought former
Speaker Dan Webster, R-
Winter Garden, the Senate
majority leader, with him to
the AP conference last week.
Webster said the fix on
windstorm insurance was a
short-term fix and would
need to be readdressed. He
said further measures would
include limiting coastal
building and hurricane hard-
ening homes.
The House
While House Speaker
Marco Rubio did not lay out a
priority list, he has taken a
non-traditional approach.
He said aside from the prop-
erty tax and insurance
issues, the House priorities
would come out of the book
of 100 great ideas that he and
some legislators put together
in the last year from numer-
ous community meetings
they held all over the state.
He said his two favorite
ideas were the creation of an
idea bank and curriculum
reform. He did not go into
detail about the idea bank,
but he said there is a press-
ing need for "world-class
education" in Florida.
Rubio said most Florida
students are behind in a
world of global competition
and need to catch up.
Accomplishing that for stu-
dents who have five strikes
against them .already, he
said, would be a challenge.
Rubio said the great ideas
meetings revealed that the
most prevalent feeling in
Floirda was that nothing
would happen and nothing
would change. He said that
by putting the best of the
ideas on paper, there would
be an obvious accountability
by the Legislature.
Rubio said that while par-
tisan positions on issues
were good, constant partisan
campaigning was not, and
there would have to be bipar-
tisan accommodation if the
Legislature was to become
what he hoped a place for
competition of ideas about
where everyone wanted to
go.

Citizens Property Insurance
Corp., is yet to be seen.
But not to worry. "It's just the
beginning," Crist told reporters
last week
Homeowners have to like
this guy, and are no doubt pray-
ing that he really is who he
seems to be.
Crist even included business
in the tax relief, saying he
thinks it also should get the
benefit of the 3 percent home-
stead tax cap.
And not to forget that back-
bone of American commerce,.
the small businesses; Crist said
he wants to exempt them from
property tax when they have
less than $25,000 in property.
Something for everyone, a
chicken in every pot.
Hosannas.
Meanwhile, as the populist
governor talks about local gov-
ernment spending too much,
local government grumbles
about cost shifting and warning
that someone has to pay.
But Crist is saying what tax-
payers are saying. It almost
sounds too good to be true and
so the question will be for this
new governor: Is what you see
what you get?
On other issues, like the oft-
emotional issue of stem cell
research, now that he's gover-
nor, Crist does some fence
straddling, saying he's pro-life
and pro-good quality of life at
the same time, going for a ways
on research, but stopping short
of embryonic research, which
is vigorously opposed in any
fashion by some conservative
elements of his party.
He said he will propose


The Democrats
Sen. Dan Geller, D-
Hallandale Beach, the Senate
Majority Leader, said he
wanted the Legislature to
explore the concept of insti-
tuting campaign practices
committees in counties the
way his home county,
Broward, has done successful-
ly and has improved cam-
paigning.
He said property tax relief
will be big, but he's concerned
where the issue is headed. He
said:while he liked portability
of the Save Our Homes tax
cap, there is a legal study
questioning its constitutional-
ity. To institute a law and then
have it ruled unconstitutional
would be a disaster, he
warned.
In relation to county tax
caps, he said, "I see where
they are going and it scares
me." It was like an unfunded
mandate, he said.
He felt Crist took an easy
political way out on stem cell
research.
Rep. Steve Gelber was more
pointed, saying at the AP con-
ference, "I think he retreated
on his stem cell research."
Gelber said he expected the
next session to be much dif-
ferent without Bush, whom he
called "a floor manager" of
the Legislature. He expected
the former partisanship to
dissolve to a degree, but said
cooperation with Republicans
would be "situational,"
depending on the issue.
Gelber said the big battles
in the session would be about
property insurance, property
taxes and, if he had anything
to do with it, so would the
school A Plus program, which
he staunchly opposes because
of what he called its "tether-
ing high stakes funding to test-
ing."
He said the best way to cre-
ate jobs was investing in edu-
cation.
He said that while the
Legislature had created a
pro-consumer insurance rate
bill for the first time and had
expanded the Florida Hurri-
cane Catastrophe Fund to
help the insurance crisis, if
there was serious storm dam-
age this year, "the house of
cards will come down."
Gelber warned about just
"cost shifting" with property
taxes and noted that the medi-
an income in Florida is
falling.

spending $20 million on stem
cell research that does not
destroy embryos. He had
broadly supported stem cell
research when he was cam-
paigning and Democrats are
saying he is now reversing
course.
Crist also wants the whole
state to go to paper ballot-
based systems, like the one
used in Citrus, in which voters
mark the space next to candi-
dates and a machine counts
the results.
He says he will get his anti-
murder bill through, finally. It
prohibits bail or other pretrial
release for specified violent
felony offenders of special con-
cern without hearing. It pro-
vides that certain alleged viola-
tions of probation or communi-
ty control by violent felony
offenders of special concern
require hearings and requires
alleged offenders to remain in
custody pending hearings.
Of environmental issues, he
said the state has "a duty" to
protect and "do what is right"
for the Everglades, the state's
beaches and the state's springs,
rivers and lakes. "This admin-
istration is dedicated to doing
this," he said, adding that he
has placed the right people in
the right places to do it.
Crist says he doesn't want to
just make political statements.
"I want to make progress." He
said he is an optimist and a
pragmatist. "We need to work
together to do what's right."
The people of Florida have
to be biting their lips, saying,
"If only ... if only this one really
means it."


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his political positions or his radical efforts to
privatize state government.
People liked Jeb because he was Jeb.
He was a great public speaker and his mom
is one tough cookie. It didn't hurt that his
father was president and his brother inherit-
ed the position.
Jeb Bush was a governor driven by an ide-
ology, and most citizens really didn't pay
attention. He believed that many functions of
government could be better provided by the
private sector. He made state prisons private
business and let investors make a profit on
public safety. He made the state agency that
looked over children and family services into
a private business. He thought private schools
could do a better job than state schools and
tried to move education funding into vouch-
ers so profit-making schools could flourish.
Jeb was frustrated by the inefficiencies of
government and wanted to move as many pub-
lic functions as possible over to private enter-
prise. In some cases, the ideology made sense.
In other cases, it was a colossal failure.
The privatization ideology is what
President Bush has used to move Halliburton
into Iraq to provide so many services to our
armed services.
But just like government, private business
also has its inefficiencies, corrupt leaders
and bumbling bureaucrats.
While Charlie Crist won the governor's
office by aligning himself with Jeb Bush, he is
not driven by the same passion to dismantle
government.
Charlie Crist is driven by a desire to solve
problems.
He's only been in office for a month and
he's already making things happen. A special
session of the Legislature came together and
offered some solutions to our insurance cri-
sis. When the session was completed and
some insurance industries tried to under-
mine the effort, Gov. Crist acted quickly to
shut them down.
Gov. Crist thinks local property taxes are too
high and he's going to try to solve that prob-
lem by further limiting the tax rates used by
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weather. I was editor of a tiny weekly news-
paper in a family owned newspaper chain. It
was fun, but the career was headed nowhere.
A former college roommate worked at The
Tampa Tribune when it had an office in
Inverness. He got me a job interview there
and at the Chronicle because his neighbor
was Jim Hunter, who was the newspaper's
city editor at the time.
The Tribune interview bombed in a lot of
different ways, but the Chronicle interview
with Hunter and then-editor Gerry Mulligan
was really a lot of fun. I was pretty sure I
wanted to move to this place, but the
absolute clincher was the hot wings and cold
beer at the Cove east of Inverness. (That's
the old Cove before it burned down, the Cove
where the pool tables shook when people
walked by and the bathrooms were outside.)
So I ventured back north and proceeded to
bombard Mulligan on a weekly, then daily,
basis about the job. I was calling sometimes
two or three times a day.
When Mulligan finally caved, he said
something to me that I have never forgotten:
"We had people more qualified than you, but
none of them were as persistent as you
were." So it wasn't my clear-thinking jour-
nalistic qualities that brought me to the
Chronicle. It was successful nagging. Well,
whatever.
I was hired on the copy desk and had buf-
faloed Mulligan into thinking I had experi-
ence in designing news pages. The only
experience I had was putting together a 12-


the Homestead Exemption doubled to
$50,000. And he wants homeowners to be able
to carry the tax cap with them from home to
home.
It should be noted that all of these ideas
limit local spending and not state spending,
but what the heck, we're the ones who pay the
bills.
At a meeting with reporters on Wednesday,
Gov. Crist admitted, "I don't pay taxes on the
home I live in now." The Governor's Mansion
is owned by the public.
But, Crist added, "Local governments are
flush with cash."
He said they owe it to the people to "sharp-
en their pencils."
Crist wants to get so many things done that
it hurts to just think about it. He wants to
improve our schools, increase funding to state
universities, provide money for stem cell
research and clean up the environment.
He wants lower insurance rates and he
wants laws to keep convicted felons in prison.
He wants more funds to fight Internet crime
and wants consumer protection for senior cit-
izens.
He's also still against murder and will re-
introduce his anti-murder bill this month.
If he could, he would favor legislation to
ban hurricanes from coming ashore in
Florida.
You've got to love the optimism.
Crist did another interesting thing the other
day. He named a well-known Democrat Bob
Butterworth to run his children and family
services agency.
While he has a Republican majority in both
houses of the Legislature, he still wants to
work with Democrats.
Even the Democrats are shocked.
Instead of a regal governor who wants to
rule the state with a rigid ideology, we now
have a governor who appears to want to build
consensus and solve the problems that are of
key concern to citizens.
It's an interesting idea.
Those hurricanes had better watch out.
They might soon find themselves officially
banned from the Sunshine State.
---S--d-
r
Gerry Mulligan is publisher of the Chronicle.
He can be e-mailed atgmulligan@
chronicleonline.com.


page weekly tabloid-size newspaper where
"design" meant to include a headline and
photo, if I thought about it.
My first boss at the Chronicle was Jorge
Sanchez, now a reporter with the St.
Petersburg Times' Citrus edition. Oh, it was
glamorous work. Early on, Sanchez had me
clean out the Associated Press photo
machine. Computers and the Internet have,
thankfully, replaced these clunkers.
Cleaning them was hot, filthy work. Sort of
what I plan to do with my ceiling fans at
home one of these days.
After a year, even Mulligan figured I could-
n't design a news page to save my life, so he
moved me to reporter. That's where I've
been, for the most part, since then.
These next few Sundays, I plan to bring up
some of the interesting events and people of
the past 20 years. Those who have spent
these years in Citrus will either laugh or
cringe. Others may think I'm making up this
stuff.
And a shameless plug for my TV show,
"Live Mike," at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday on WYKE:
This month, we'll feature people who can
offer two decades of perspective. This
Tuesday is Citrus County Commissioner
Gary Bartell, who was elected in 1990 and as
one of his first acts helped to fire a contro-
versial county administrator.
I'd be interested to hear perspectives from
others who have called Citrus their home for
more than a few years. Drop me a line. Our
views may differ, but we all have something
in common: We call Citrus County home.


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


289-O2O4SUCRN


289-0204SUCRN
Citrus County Division of Housing Services

Announces

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY


LOW-INCOME HOME ENERGY
CRISIS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
(LIHEAP)

(Shut-offs and Deposits ONLY)
Limited Funding Available

NO WALK-INS ACCEPTED!


APPOINTMENTS

Appointments can be made by calling 527-5377 between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.. When
you call, you will be pre-qualified for Crisis Assistance. If qualified, you will be given a
time and date to come into the office. If you do not keep this appointment, you will not
receive any assistance.

ELIGIBILITY FOR SHUT-OFF NOTICES

Elderly Family A family whose he-d, co-head, spouse or sole member is at
least 60 years of age or older.
Disabled/Handicapped Family A family whose head, co-head, spouse or sole
member is a person with disabilities (Must be receiving SSI)
Family with Children A family who has children 17 years of age or younger.
Heating/Cooling is Medically Necessary Written verification is required from
a physician stating medical need.
Income Household income may not exceed 150% of poverty guidelines.

ELECTRICAL DEPOSITS Income qualified only!


NO WALK-INS WILL BE ACCEPTED!


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Light Shine


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Dinner and a Song-
An Evening With
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CS Concert Series-
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NAMI Walk For
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International Fest
Celebration Fashion
Spring Fling
Safety Fair
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Saturday, February 17- 11 a.m.
Fallen Heroes Monument, Bicentennial Park, Crystal River
Commemorating the proud legacy of the Purple Heart,
paying tribute to Citrus County's fallen heroes
and honoring
Lt. David M DeCarlo, Citrus County Sheriff's Office


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Hosted by
the combat wounded veterans of
Aaron A. Weaver Chapter 776 Military Order of the Purple Heart
Featuring
Keynote Speaker Patrlda Flanagan
Marine Corps League Citrus Detachment Chapter 819
Korea War Veterans Chapter 192
Nature Coast Young Marines
Patriotic music by Paul StevIo and Jackle Sharp
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* Citrus Springs Concert Series -
Broadway Revue
* Playhouse 19 -
The World Goes A Round
a Salute to our Community
* Citrus Jazz Society
* Manatee Festival
* Sports/Celebrity Auction/Dinner Dance
* Flanagan Memorial Golf Tournament
a Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration
* Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade
a Ultimate Tailgate Experience Winner
* CFCC Performing Arts -
Mac Frampton
* Cattle Barons' Ball
* West Citrus Elks Parade of Fashions
* Tractor Pull & Show
* ACT Pygmalion
* Parade of Fashions
* Galaxy of Stars
* Gulf-Island Theater-Knock Em Dead


* ACT Pygmalion
* Altrusa Monte Carlo Night
* Junior Achievement Bowl-a-thon
* Crusin' At The Hop
SULight Shine-A Social History of Florida
* Fitness in Citrus begins
* Citrus County Jazz Society Jam
* NAMI Walk of Hope
* Dinner and a Song
* Citrus Springs Concert Series -
Rich Natole
a Nature Coast Golf Tournament
SBarbepeshoppers Singing Valentines
CFCC Performing Arts-Southern Fried
Chicks Comedy
a Playhouse 19- True West
Beverly Hills International Festival
a Celebration Fashion Show
'Schoo'astic Golf Tournamnet
a CCBA Parade of Homes
Grand Ole Opry
a Purple Heart Ceremony
African-American History Month
Spring Fling
a Savor The Art
a Family Safety Fair


* Playhouse 19 True West
* Strawberry Festival
* CR Historic Home Tours


a Steak & Steak
Charity Ball
a Irish Variety Show
a CFCC Performing Arts, The
Tamburitizans
a Music on the Square
a Citrus Memorial Health Systems
Salute to Our Community
a Fourth Annual Car & Truck Show
a Randall Jenkins Memorial Golf
* Swing For A Cure
a CS Concert Series
a Fashion Cares
a Citrus County Fair
a Crazy For Quilting
Mickey Finn Show
Captivating Styles
a ACT Wife Begins at Forty
a Citrus County Jazz Society Jam
Session
a Fitness in Citrus
a New Odyssey
a Clean Air Ride
a St. Pat's Golf Tournament
a Fort Cooper Days
a Wood Wind & Water
a Playhouse 19 True West
a Marble Expo
a SCORE Golf Classic
a Inverness Relay For Life
a Power Boat Races
a James Rogers Concert
a Black Tie & Blue Jeans


a Power Boat Races
a Rotaract Kickball
a Citrus Memorial Ball
a Jesse's Place Charity Golf Tounament
a Week of the Young Child
a Central Ridge Relay For Life
a Spring Book Sale
a Citrus County Bass Challenge
" Citrus Springs Concert Series -
a Volunteer Fair
a ACT Curtain Up On Murder
a Playhouse 19 Godspell
a Aqua Fair
a CFCC Open House
a CCBA Fishing Tournament
a Sheriff's Summer Safety Expo
a Gong Show
a Hurricane/Disaster Expo
a Casting For Kids
a Citrus County Bass Challenge


a Playhouse 19 Godspell
a ACT Curtain Up On Murder
a Lecanto Relay For Life
a Citrus County Jazz Society Jam
a Gulf Island Civic Theater-Broken Up
a Worlds Greatest Baby Shower
a Hurricane/Disaster Expo
a Informational Fiesta
a Yankee Air Force Corn Feast
a Citrus Memorial Ball
a LHS Project Graduation
a CHS Project Graduation


a Hurricane/Disaster Expo
a Fiesta Tropicale
a Inverness Flag Day Ceremony
a Playhouse 19 Hair
a Homosassa Fireworks Show.
a Poker Run
a Mike Baize Basketball Camp


* ACT Hair
a Patriotic Evening
a Crystal River Fireworks
a Rotary Duck Race
* Run For'The Money Auction
a Key Run For the Money
a Key Center Telethon
a Boys & Girls Club Car Raffle Drawing


a Chronicle Primary Election Forum
a Gulf Island Theater-Yard Sale and Fresh Ice
a Ovarian Cancer 5K Run
a Some Enchanted Evening
a United Way Kickoff


a Harvest Moon Craft Show
a Sunset Festival
a Christmas In September
Arts & Crafts Show
a Citrus Harvest Food Drive/Postal Service
a AKC Responsible Dog Ownership Day
a Light Shine-Spiritual Renaissance
Singers
a We Can Weekend
a German Club Oktoberfest
a Citrus Jazz Society Jam
a 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 Oktlberfest
* Light Shine j islam and Christianity
* Rotary Chill Cook-Off
* Library Fall Book Sale
* St. Scholastica Men's Club Craft Show
* Texas Hold 'Em
* Columbus Day Memorial Service
* Kiev Orchestra
* Artisan's Boutique
* Music on the Square
* National Wildlife Refuge Week
* Southwest Regional Chill Cook Off
* Nature Coast Fine Arts Show
* West Citrus Elks Annual Card Party
* Job Fair
" Prevue Holiday Ideas
" Pumpkin Patch
" Inverness Sertoma Golf For Kids
* Scarecrow Festival
- Playhouse 19 Haunted House
a Knight of Columbus Craft Fair
a Greater Citrus USBC Men's Tournament
4 Sportsman's)Showcase
" Cooter Blast
" Haunted Tram Rides
a Greek Festival
" Great American Cooter Feast
" Zeke Laplnski Golf Tournament
a Heritage Festival & Cattle Drive
a Veterans Appreciation Show
a 4-H Saddle Up
a Cooterween i !
a Cooter Triathalon
a Father Willie Golf Tournament
" Taste of Citrus
a BH Lions Arts & Crafts Show
a Night of the Heron
" Day of Caring
a Citrus Jazz Society Jam Session


a Festival of the Arts Wine Tasting
a Women of Sugarmill Fashion Show
a Festival of the Arts
" St. Scholastica Golf
a Continuity of Care Wine Auction


* Veterans Fair
* NJROTC Golf Tournament
a Homosassa Lions Christmas Square
a Beverly Hills Lions Craft Fair
* Yankee Air Force Fly In
* Citrus Jazz Society Jazz Jam
" Knights of Columbus Nickle Social
* Citrus Springs Concert Series
a 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
a Winter Wonderland Craft Show
a Ozello Arts & Crafts Festival
* West Citrus Elks Annual Craft Show
* Light Shine University of Florida Choir
a Dinner and a Song
* Dunnellon Library Book Sale
* Discover Chamber Lunch


a Floral City Heritage Days
" CCCC Handels' Messiah
Father Christmas Ball
a Crystal River Christmas Parade
" Inverness Winter Celebration
* Crystal River Christmas Parade
" CFCC Performing Arts
a Crystal River Christmas Parade
a BH Holiday Parade
* Playhouse 19 Variety
. Deck The Halls
a Celebration of Lights
" Chronicle/Pines Tennis Tounhamenl
" Waterfront Home Tours
* CS Concert Series Cool Yule
a Country Rocks the Canyon
* Inverness Christmas Parade
a Citrus Jazz Society
* Beverly Hills Parade
a Citrus Springs Parade
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It takes a busy woman to understand another
busy woman's needs. That's the basic concept
behind the growing nationwide phenomenon
known as meal prep stores.
"We do all the prep work for you the shop-
ping, chopping, planning and clean up," said
Kris Skiles, co-owner with Kris Howard of
Timely Dinners in Inverness.
Skiles and Howard, both busy women with
families of their own, know what it's like to try to
juggle working and family duties while trying to
squeeze in preparing and serving nutritious and
interesting not to mention economical -
meals.
"That's why people turn to fast food, and we
want to help them get out of that habit and also
get into the habit of eating together as a family,".
Howard said.
Enter the meal prep store.
What it is
Stores such as Timely Dinners offer a chang-
ing monthly menu of entrees that the consumer
actually assembles at the store and takes home to
store in the freezer for future use. Meals serve
four to six people. Entrees range from Grecian
chicken and London broil to cheese enchiladas
and Cuban pork loin.
"We did a lot of trial and error," Skiles said
about their method of menu development Not
only does a recipe need to taste .good and look
appetizing, but it has to freeze and thaw well,
without losing taste or aesthetics.
"We watched a lot of the Food Network," Skiles
said. Their favorites are Paula Deen, Emeril
Lagasse and Giada De Laurentiis.
How it works
The store offers "stations" for each entree,
complete with all the ingredients already
chopped and sliced. Instructions for preparing
the entree are posted and containers are provid-
ed, either aluminum pans or plastic storage bags.
Customers go online at
www.timelydinners.com and request either eight
or 12 entrees, then sign
up for a session time.
Sessions involve the U WHAT: Timely Dinner
actual assembling of WHERE: Times Squa
the meals, with a 12- Highway, Inverness.
person capacity per
session. 0 GET INFO: 344.136
"It's great for friends
to come to the same
one, or a group can book a session as a party -
it's very social, a time to relax," Howard said.
The only equipment a customer provides is a
cooler or laundry basket to transport the entrees
from store to home. Each session takes between
one and two hours. Entrees go into the freezer
and only need to be thawed out and popped into
the oven or on the grill.
Each meal comes with instructions for cook-
ing, side dish suggestions plus a dinner table
conversation starter, such as "Who's your
favorite super hero and why?"
"It sounds hokey, but the whole point is to get
families connecting at the dinner table again,"
Howard said.
How much it costs
For 12 meals, the price is $199, which breaks
down to $16.58 per meal or $3.32 per person;


for.eight it's $149, -which is $18.63 per meal,
$3.73 per person.
Other options include purchasing one or two
meals, but at a higher price and even purchas-
ing already-assembled meals that you order
online and pick up on the way home from work.
Howard and Skiles have yet to determine those
prices.
Although the cost is higher than if you made
the same 12 meals at home from scratch, if you
factor in the time saved in planning the meal,
shopping for the ingredients, doing all the prep
work, then cleaning it all up and putting every-
thing away when you are done often with
kids either at your feet or calling from another
room for your assistance, for busy homemak-
ers, the time and
energy saved may be
s. well worth the
re, 3818 E. Gulf-to-Lake increased expense.
"It's a hard concept
to get, but once people
get it, they love it,"
Skiles said. "And
because we do the
shopping, we can buy in bulk and pass on the sav-
ings. You don't have to pay $4 for a spice that you
may use only once we buy it"
"The hardest thing for people to understand is
that there's no cooking done here," Howard said.
"The reason is, a lot of stuff if it's cooked and
you freeze it, it loses quality. This is raw, so you
know it's going to be fresh."
Howard was the first of the pair to see this as a
timely business idea. Two years ago she saw a
segment on Bay News 9. Currently, there are
about nine meal prep stores in Tampa alone.
Ocala and Ieesburg also are on board, as well as
in more than 30 other cities in Florida.
Meal prep stores are also in more than 45
states and across Canada. The Easy Meal Prep
Association, of which Skiles and Howard are
members., estimate that by the end of 2007, there
will be as many as 3,000 stores in the United


CENTER: Chef Robert Hogerheide, right, consults
with Kris Skiles, co-owner of Timely Dinners, and
customer Lynda Nicholas, left, as they put togeth-
er a menu item recently at rehearsal before the
opening of the new business.
ABOVE: Co-owners Kris Skiles, left, and Kris
Howard are about to open their new business
Timely Dinners at 3818 E. Gulf-to-Lake Highway, in
the Times Square Plaza, in Inverness.
WALTER CARLSON/Chronicle
States. Some are franchises; Timely Dinners is
not.
"We went to a store in Melbourne to see how
it's done and we said, "We can do this," Howard
said.
They originally thought they could start with a
$50,000 investment, but it's turned into more like
$80,000. They wanted a location on State Road 44
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Condos are coming to Meadowcrest


MIKE WRIGHT
mwright@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
A Jacksonville Beach company plans
to begin construction in the next few
weeks on a 196-unit condominium and
townhouse project in Meadowcrest.
Summerhill at Meadowcrest will fea-
ture units ranging in price from
$181,900 for a 1,200-square-foot unit to
$229,900 for 1,600 square feet, project
manager Julian Hitchcock said.
Hitchcock is with the Barrington
Group, the development manager for
CR Citrus LLC. County records show
CR Citrus bought the 17.5 acres from
Stan Olsen in January 2006 for $750,000.


Hitchcock said he believes the hous-
ing market may have slowed but is
about to pick up again. Whil?,he would-
n't be specific, Hitchcock said many of
Summerhill's units are already sold.
"We feel this is good news in the real
estate market," he said. "We feel the
market is coming back"
Barrington began ,marketing
Summerhill in May. He said sales began
to pick up earnestly in January.
"It's 75 percent condo and 25 percent
town home," he said.. "They're just sen-
sibly priced. What the market has
shown is, houses have gone up so quick-
ly in value the last few years; not every-
one can afford a $500,000 house. When
you come in at under $250,000, that


market never really slumped."
By building now, Barrington will
avoid increases in impact fees that
kick in April 4. Hitchcock said that
wasn't a factor as the company months


ago had planned
to begin construc-
tion early in 2007.
He predicted
success because
Meadowcrest is a


ceived project."
The units will be housed in 13 build-
ings. Hitchcock said he expects the
first building. will be complete in
about 11 months, with construction on


ON THE WEB
U For more on the Summerhill
condominium project, go to
www.mysummerhill.com.


known location. '
The Summerhill site is now vacant
along County Road 486.
"We're selling. We're ready to go,"
he said. "Meadowcrest is an estab-
lished neighborhood and people
appreciate that. This is a well-con-


- the remaining
buildings and
clubhouse contin-
uing.
The general
contractor is from
Jacksonville, but


subcontractors and suppliers are
local, he said.
"A lot of people in the county are
looking to downsize," he said. "It's a
good first house for a young family as
well."


ABOVE: Gall Ekker carefully weighs and packages
items to be used by customers for their menu selec-
tions.


7. IWIRO"


Bruce Williams
SMART
MONEY



Couple

plagued by

debt looks

for loan
DEAR BRUCE: Since my
husband and I have
been married, it seems
we've always been in debt We
always pay our bills on time,
and had excellent credit for
the past few months. But we
now find ourselves at least 30
days late on bills. We do not
own our home. Our debt is
$30,000, and we have no collat-
eral to get a bill-consolidation
loan. We are willing to take out
an insurance policy on my hus-
band (in the event of death,
God forbid), so the loan would
be paid and the lender would-
n't be stuck We do not want to
go bankrupt We want to be
honorable. Do you know if any-
one will loan us this sort of
money without collateral? -
Reader, via e-mail
DEAR READER: I appreci-
ate the fact you don't want to go
into bankruptcy You did, how-
ever, leave out some important
information. You failed to tell
me what the family income is
and how these debts came
about. Assuming this was
abuse of credit cards, and
you're not the first, nor will
you be the last, there is only
one thing I can suggest and
that is to increase your
income. The overwhelming
likelihood is, no one will loan
you this kind of money and, as
a practical proposition, that's
not going to do you a whole lot
of good.
You also failed to give your
age, but I'm guessing you're
relatively young. If you are in
decent health, the best advice I
can give is for both of you to
seek extra employment And
every single penny generated
should go toward retiring that
debt Further, you're going: to
have to restructure your life.
You simply can't live as irre-
sponsibly as you have. I know:
Easy to say, hard to do. A tight
budget is also in order, and I
suspect you guys have not ever
been on a real budget The
reality is, you have been undis-
ciplined. Many of us have been
in one way or another. It is also
obvious you are honorable,
and you're to be congratulated.
But until such time as you can
increase your income, and
decrease expenditures, you
are going to be in this constant
battle of the monthly pay-
ments. I do wish you well.
DEAR BRUCE: My wife and
I are in our middle 40s, with no
children. I am temporarily dis-
abled, with the only source of
income being a monthly Social
Security disability check My
wife earns $46,000 a year. We
owe $55,000 on our home and
are paying an extra $400 on a
9.3 percent mortgage. We have
$134,000 in liquid assets.
Should we pay off the mort-
gage or continue to pay it off at
an accelerated fashion, such
as we were doing? It should be
done in about six years. We
could pay it off, but this would
seriously reduce our dividend
income, on which we depend.
-J.P., Castle Rock, Colo.
DEAR J.P.: You mentioned
that paying off the mortgage
would deplete your monthly
dividend. However, on the
other side of the ledger, you
would no longer have the
monthly payment. I doubt,
seriously, that your dividends
equal the 9.3 percent you are
paying on the mortgage, even
taking taxes into account The
likelihood is, while the mort-
gage payment is deductible the
dividend income is taxable. On
balance, I would be more com-

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Exchange Mutual funds are 800 largest
52 wk HI/Lo: High and low price over Ihe past 52 weeks
Name: Stocks are listed alphabetically by the company s lull name (iot its abbrevia
tion) Company names made up of initials appear at the beginning of each letter s list.
DIv: Current annual dividend rate paid on stock
PE: Price to earnings rallo
PPE Projecled price to earnings ratio based on analysis' forecasts or earnings for next
12 months.
Last: Price slock was trading at when exchange closed for the week
YTD % Chg: Loss or gain tor the year No change indicated by unc.
'Chg: Loss or gain for last day of week. No change indicated by unc


Stock Footnotes: y PE rear irann 991 oa Iue has bien callea1d lor radempnlt:.n b.- c.rmpany d re a'
52.week Ilow do Lcbs Ir. la6 12 mra eo Cn- Corn'n, ornrlvy ld oir In .Arriric, n E.c'Ah:.7.A.y 3 Emrerqlrnq
Company Miulkettplame OlDlidnaids and earnr.gIr. in Canadian duollarr i tprrpoar, emrpl ir.,rr, frja. o1
raplli l and surplus Illl5ng quallloarlir. n STOLk was a IBw liiui in rIh last year Tr.e 6;' Ae. r.igh r.., lo I
Ifiuresb dali onlyI from rTh bFgrnnln' ol iraJln.q pr PrTeerrej lit0. I,'fu e .ir Pofelanier pp Holler oveu
' inilallmrrinls o purchase pric:a q Closr3.arid r-ulull ijrcl, no PE .:all:ulihtild I R 1 bu a lu.Jrirv at
Sa specified price a Stonc has splII bl at al asi 2i par-enr ewitrin the al ,,aar a, Trsde' i.ll b, Einleed 1enf
Ithie SOiO ts Issued d wd When distribute awr Warrtl 3llomang a purcraa ofa a larocik fllew 5. weak
high ur. Unl, includilrg more [arn cne sacurry v1 Comrnpny In Darnruptil *.r ole.hlef.hlp or t'eing r-,:.-
gasned under the artkrur-lt.nl I.j Appeari ,n Iror t ol Ir rna n,
DIvidend Footnotes: a Eyvra rdivdend-s 'aere paid but are nor included b Annual lrlt pluua 59T:C ; .
LIquidarng dlutrdend Amiourrj di',lareld or pa in lai 12 mrionths I I Cjrernl annual r jire, whrh a,3;
innleaaea by mo t reCienr diaend .,anniuncirriemn. i SunI ot dJividend. paid after ltnrk split no regulri' 1ai
Sum of dralaynds paid this year Most reafrir d,,. J.enad was c.mad or de frred Declar.rid Cr paid thia
veal a cumulative Issle wiIa divldl'r s in arreaJi. m Currebil ainuai u ral li.an w* de.:re~sed bt mi'l
recent drluderia arnnouncemen p t Intialdi dIn.l n a T'rual rlat nror nrir. y,.etl rnot 9hcrn De clarel uor
paid In preeelng 12 mo"ninr plus Cto.:, dikidend I P-aid ir r. stop.:.lmale c s'h .alue on ..,3ltiribuliurrn
dale Source:The Associaled Press. Sales figures are unofficial.


STOC S O OAS ITRS


Name Div PE Yld Last


AT&TInc 1.42 20 3.7 38.12
BkofAm 2.24 11 4.2 52.74
CapClyBk .70 19 2.0 34.23
Citigrp 2.16 12 4.0 54.66
Disney .31 22 .9 35.18
EKodak .50 ... 1.9 26.30
ExxonMbl 1.28 11 1.7 75.54
FPLGrp 1.50 18 2.6 57.65
FlaRock .60 15 1.2 48.01
FordM ... ... ... 8.23
GenElec 1.12 18 3.1 36.27
GnMotr 1.00 ... 3.0 32.99
HomeDp .90 14 2.2 40.83
Intel .45 25 2.1 21.23
IBM 1.20 16 1.2 99.17
Lowess .20 17 .6 34.15
McDnlds 1.00 16 2.2 44.54


WKly YIU
Cha %Cha


+1.72 +6.6
+.70 -1.2
-.21 -3.0
-.01 -1.9
+.63 +2.7
+.84 +1.9
+1.93 -1.4
+1.65 +5.9
-.02 +11.5
-.19 +9.6
+.20 -2.5
+.06 +7.4
+.89 +1.7
+.70 +4.8
+1.72 +2.1
+1.57 +9.6
+1.61 +.5


Name Div PE YId Last
Microsoft .40 26 1.3 30.19
Motorola .20 14 1.0 19.85
Penney .72 16 .9 83.70
ProgrssEn 2.44 26 5.1 48.00
RegionsFn 1.44 13 4.0 36.45
SearsHldgs ... 21 ... 177.13
SprintNex .10 43 .6 17.72
TimeWarn .22 14 1.0 21.75
UniFirst .15 20 .3 44.00
VerizonCm 1.62 18 4.2 38.17
Wachovia 2.24 12 4.0 56.50
WalMart .67 18 1.4 48.08
Walgrn .31 25 .7 45.32


WKly YT-.
Chg %Chg
-.41 +1M<
+1.47 -3.5
+2.64 +8.2
+.72 -2.2
+.32 -2.5
+1.97 +5.5
+.23 -.2
-.07 .1
+2.95 +14;
+.34 +2.5
+.24 -.8
+.41 +4.1
+.13 -1.2


52-Week Daily Wkly Wkly YTD
High Low Name Last Net Chg Net Chg % hg % Chg
12,683.93 10,683.32 Dow Jones Industrials 12,653.49 +166.47 +1.33 +1.53 +17.23
5,032.41 4,134.72 Dow Jones Transportation 5,006.89 +293.88 +6.24 +9.80 +17.43
462.88 380.97 Dow Jones Utilities 461.46 +9.76 +2.16 +1.03 +13.84
9,329.98 7,708.11 NYSE Composite 9,325.24 +171.14 +1.87 +2.04 +16.55
2,150.72 1,770.48 AMEX Index 2,136.22 +48.86 +2.34 +3.88 +15.42
2,508.93 2,012.78 Nasdaq Composite 2,475.88 +40.39 +1.66 +2.51 +9.43
1,449.33 1,219.29 S&P500 1,448.39 +26.21 +1.84 +2.12 +14.9
810.35 668.58 Russell 2000 809.42 +21.28 +2.70 +2.76 +11.76
14,652.20 12,249.90 Wilshire5000 14,642.45 +287.55 +2.00 +2.70 +14.51


NEYOK TCKEXHAG


52-Wk
HI Low Name Div PEPPE Last
A-B-C
18.14 10.01 ABBLtd .09e ... 19 18.21
23.85 16.15 AESCorp ... 42 17 20.82
49.29 41.63 AFLAC .741 17 15 48.70
41.55 34.40 AGLRes1.641 15 15 41.15
41.00 18.78 AMR ... 39 7 37.96
74.20 51.25 ASALtd .90e q ... 62.09
37.88 24.72 AT&T Incl.421 20 14 38.12
25.59 24.50 AT&T20411.75 ...... 25.34
43.50 29.81 AXA 1.75e ...... 43.06
53.85 40.55 AbtLab 1.18 47 18 52.67
4.53 223 Abitibig ......... 3.15
14.37 12.37 AdamsEx.90e q ... 13.98
29.81 19.65 Adesa .30 20 18 29.01
42.70 15.52 AMD ... dd ... 15.69
45.67 22.52 Agnicog .121 ... 30 39.85
11,02 758 Ahold ...... .. 10.30
18.85 9.06 AirTran ... 66 14 11.28
16.51 10.63 AlcatelLuc.21e ...... 12.69
36.96 26.36 Alcoa .681 13 11 32.44
49.30 42.55 Allele 1.641 25 16 48.68
14.08 11.90 AlliBGIbHi .95 q .. 14.05
8.50 7.31 AlliBnco .60 q ... 8.25
94.40 55.44 AlliBern 4.02e 24 19 91.54
66.14 50.30 Allstate 1.40 8 9 61.19
33.88 19.64 pharma ... 10 20 27.97
90.50 68.36 Altia 3.44 15 86.56
55.24 47.96 Ameren 2.54 22 14 53.69
46.47 26.88 AMovilL .21e ... 15 45.00
43.90 32.27 AEP 1.56 27 15 4426
62.50 49.73 AmExp .60 19 17 58.16
72.97 57.52 AmlntGpi. 66 16 11 69.07
12.49 10.23 AmSIP3 .96a q ... 12.07
33.10 28.27 Ameigas2.32 27 18 33.00
51.56 40.17 Anheusr 1.18 20 18 51.37
76.25 56.50 Apache .60 9 9 70.71
29.79 20.13 AquaAm .46 31 27 22.81
4.86 3.55 Aquia ... dd 57 4.56
56.45 25.85 ArchCs .24 25 11 3120
46.71 28.67 ArchDan .40 15 14 3527
71.04 48.05 Ashland 1.10a 13 18 6928
16.77 9.90 AsdEstat .68 9 ... 16.49
33.09 25.55 ATMOS 1281 17 16 31.50
14.89 8.85 Avaya .. 31 19 12.88
35.14 26.16 Avon .741 34 22 35.17
50.74 33.45 BHPBillL.74e ...... 41.18
41.82 25.55 BJSvcs 20 10 10 27.89
32.35 24.97 BRT 2.321 11 9 28.75
89.30 61.08 BakrHu .52 10 14 71.06
47.55 34.16 BalCp .40 15 14 46.72
55.08 42.75 BkolAm 224 11 11 52.74
41.39 30.81 BkNY .88 10 16 40.77
36.03 25.10 BanickG .22 19 17 29.98
72.99 40.75 BauschLf .52 20 23 54.95
25.87 16.32 BaylexE gn2.16 ...... 16.96
40.00 32.46 BlkllsCpl.32 15 17 37.99
15.52 13.75 BIkFL08 .45a q ... 14.50
6.25 5.33 BlueChp .58e q ... 5.99
92.24 68.20 Boeing 1.401 32 18 90.05
25.49 16.20 Borders .441 38 26 21.35
37.50 24.95 BoslBer ... 28 25 34.88
126.56 76.96 BostProp2.72a 16 56 126.88
25.00 14.43 BostonSci ... dd 23 18.26
30.42 19.61 Bowatr .80 dd ... 27.60
29.39 20.08 BrMySq 1.12 35 22 28.64
40.74 27.08 Brunswick .60 25 18 34.60
87.99 63.80 BurINSF 1.00 16 14 81.42
54.92 44.63 CHEngy 2.16 18 19 52.02
134.72 88.05 CIGNA .10 14 13 133.95
37.28 25.26 CSSInds .48 18 13 35.75
38.30 25.73 CSXs .40 13 15 37.92
36.14 27.09 CVSCp 20f 21 17 33.19
66.52 3826 CabotO&G.16 9 17 64.85
17.42 11.49 CallGolf 28 82 18 16.40
39.98 28.88 CampSp .80 21 20 38.96
90.04 69.30 CapOne .11 11 10 80.81
13.50 12.38 CapMpf81.26 ...... 13.12
61.59 42.40 CaremkRx .40 25 21 60.59
82.03 57.98 Caterpillarl20 13 12 65.25
1221 5.79 Celesticg ...... 25 627
17.54 11.62 CenterPnt .68f 13 16 17.50
8925 80.08 CnlLtpf 4.50 ...... 86.50
44.99 32.75 CntryTel .25 15 17 44.92
16.50 5.04 ChmpE ... 4 16 8.38
29.91 15.37 Checkpnt .01 23 15 18.71


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


--.. .. If


+.74 +1.3
+.05 -5.5
+1.75 +5.9
+2.36 +5.8
+1.43 +25.6
+.46 -3.8
+1.72 +8.6
+.11 +0.6
+1.49 +6.8
+.12 +8.1
+.51 +23.0
+.18 +0.8
+.52 +4.5
-.53 -22.9
+.22 -3.4
+.31 -2.6
+.12 -3.9
-.30 -10.8
+.54 +8.1
+.78 +4.6
+.21 +2.6
-.02 +1.4
+2.37 +13.9
-2.28 -6.0
+1.26 +16.1
-1.44 +0.9
+.47 -0.1
+1.48 -0.5
+1.00 +3.9
+.31 -3.9
+.48 -3.6
+.10 -1.9
+.39 +1.4
+.44 +4.4
+.89 +6.3
+.51 +0.1
unc -3.0
+1.89 +3.9
+3.74 +10.4
+1.37 +0.1
+.40 +20.0
+27 -1.3
+.18 -7.9
+1.64 +6.4
+.96 +3.6
+1.19 -4.9
+.30 +4.0
+4.56 -4.8
+.45 +7.2
+.70 -12
+.44 +3.6
+.87 -2.3
+1.23 +5.6
+.19 -10.5
+.68 +2.8
+.11 +0.6
-.01 +0.5
+4.62 +1.4
+.80 -4.5
+.18 -3.1
+4.20 +13.4
+.79 +6.3
+5.45 +22.7
+2.43 +10.0
+.79 +8.5
+3.76 +10.3
+1.32 -1.5
+4.00 +1.8
+.88 +1.1
+2.61 +10.1
+.22 +7.4
+2.51 +6.9
+.08 +13.8
+.78 +0.2
+1.34 +52
+.05 +1.1
+.28 +6.1
+4.16 +6.4
-1.48 -19.7
+.01 +5.5
+.40 +0.6
+.65 +2.9
+.46 -10.5
+.12 -7.4


YTD
cha %cho


35.57 26.81 ChesEng .24 7 11 29.46
76.20 53.76 Chevron 2.08 9 10 74.04
5.22 3.21 CinciBell ... 18 14 4.88
31.54 18.25 CircCity .16 26 23 21.37
57.00 44.81 Ciligrp 2.161 12 12 54.66
37.49 23.88 ClairesStrs.40 20 17 34.49
37.55 27.17 ClearChan .75 20 24 36.43
22.49 18.83 CocaCE .24 19 16 20.61
49.35 40.52 CocaCl 1.24 22 19 48.24
7.37 3.93 Coeur ... 17 13 4.38
8.53 7.36 Collnlln .54 q ... 8.35
41.20 30.45 CmcBNJ .52f 21 20 34.17
34.67 19.16 CVRDs .54e 11 ... 34.02
28.35 18.85 ConAgra .72 28 18 25.80
74.89 54.90 ConocPhill.44 7 8 67.29
49.28 41,17 ConEd 2.321 22 15 48.46
29.17 23.32 ConstellA ... 18 13 24.67
52.40 18.62 CIIAirB ... 14 7 42.25
26.50 16.15 Cnvrgys ... 22 20 26.24
29.61 17.50 Coming ... 18 16 21.09
23.68 11.65 CorusGr .29e ...... 23.56
45.26 31.86 CntwdFn .60 10 10 45,03
D-E-F
11.13 9.74 DNPSelct .78 q ... 10.77
28.99 25.03 DPL 1.041 20 19 29.07
38.77 19.52 DRHorton .60 9 16 30.86
49.42 38.77 DTE 2.121 12 17 46.94
64.90 45.98 DaimlrC 1.82e ... 14 62.98
44.43 32.91 Darden .461 18 16 40.28
103.1866.90 Deere 1.761 15 15 104.33
25.57 13.28 DirecTV ... 26 18 23.97
35.97 24.90 Disney .311 22 19 35.18
18.32 12.10 DollarG .20 31 21 17.23
84.60 68.72 DomRes 2.841 19 15 86.54
44.30 33.00 DowChm 1.50 11 11 41.49
51.00 38.52 DuPont 1.48 15 16 50.25
20.08 14.21 DukeEgys.84 11 17 19.99
45.09 32.88 DukeRIty 1.90 50 55 45.89
4225 34.00 DuqpfA 2.10 ...... 38.50
20.28 15.67 DuqLight 1.00 39 15 20.04
7.32 4.50 Dynegy ... 64 21 7.03
14.75 9.44 EMCCp ... 25 21 13.74
63.22 47.30 EastChm 1.76 12 13 58.85
30.91 18.93 EKodak .50 dd 26 26.30
16.39 11.80 EIPasoCp .16 36 13 15.60
19.42 11.70 Elan ...... 13.48
25.10 20.25 EmpDist 1.28 22 17 24.35
53.35 42.00 EnbrEPtrs3.70 14 19 52.52
51.00 28.38 Endesa 3.29e ...... 50.49
40.08 27.84 EnPm ... 22 10 33.69
58.75 37.36 ENSCO .10 12 7 51.45
94.73 66.78 Entergy 2.16 18 16 95.13
18.43 13.95 Eqtyinn .92 cc 35 16.59
55.60 29.25 EqOifPT 1.32 64 ... 55.38
63.62 51.13 Exelon 1.761 26 14 60.75
79.00 56.64 ExxonMbll.28 11 12 75.54
57.51 37.81 FPLGrp 1.50 18 17 57.65
120.01 96.50 FedExCp .36 18 16 114.98
19.75 12.69 FedSignl .24 dd 17 16.52
23.94 20.57 Ferrellgs 2.00 82 30 22.11
21.99 13.82 Ferro .58 ... 19 21.99
26.50 20.69 FirstDatas.12 14 20 25.11
18.45 14.21 FstFinFd.63e q ... 14.75
18.99 16.75 FTrFid 1.60 q 18.40
66.10 35.71 FlaRock .60 15 16 48.01
9.48 6.06 FordM ... dd... 8.23
86.90 68.45 FortuneBrl.56 16 16 83.79
72.20 43.10 FMCG 1.25a .8 10 55.24
G-H-1
48.58 35.69 GATX .84 24 15 47.37
10.00 7.96 GabelliET .80 q ... 9.90
9.95 7.71 GabUtil .72 q .. 9.95
21.39 15.91 Gap .32 19 20 19.47
81.28 57.19 GenDyns .92 17 16 78.67
38.49 31.61 GenElec 1.121 18 16 36.27
36.56 19.00 GnMotr 1.00 dd 7 32.99
27.29 23.10 GaPw8-441.50 ...... 24.93
26.95 15.85 GoldFLtd 28e 23 ... 16.82
41.66 20.35 Goldcrpg .18 29 26 27.22
220.51108.20 GoldmanSI.40 11 11 213,43
49.45 37.15 Goodrich .80 13 15 48.43
32.85 27.08 GtPlainEnl.66 21 16 31.79
34.25 27.28 GMP 1.12 16 ... 34.10


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


28.55 21.46 Ginon ... 15
36.84 14.70 GuangRy.75e
41.99 26.33 Hallibtns .30 13
15.01 13.11 HanJS .93e q
9.19 7.75 HanPIDiv .47 q
11.84 10,00 HanPIDv2 .58 q
26.06 17.75 Hanesbrdn ...
54.43 40.72 Hanoverlns.30t 11
79.04 55.97 Hanson 1.92e ..
75.87 47,86 HareyD .84 18
85.58 58.22 HarrahE 1.60 46
28.94 17.00 Hasbro .48 26
28.93 25.69 HawaiiEl 1.24 17
47.15 32.80 HICrREIT288e 31
42.83 31.25 HthcrRIty2.64 46
16.05 9.88 HallnTel
43.72 29.00 HewlettP .32 21
44.19 28.95 HighwdPrpl.70 cc
37.02 22.76 Hiton .16 26


3.79 2.05 LLE Ry .10e 20
11.81 7.41 LSILog ...22 1
28.68 19.98 LTCPrp 1.50 12
17.25 11.25 LaZBoy .48 cc ;
37.51 30.81 Laclede 1.461 17 1
5.86 4.75 LblyASG .59e q
59.24 50.19 LillyEli 1.701 22 1
68.11 52.42 LincNat 1.58f 14 1
37.77 20.27 Lindsay .26 29 2
98.75 65.96 LockhdM 1.40 17 1
34,83 26.15 Lowess .20 17 1
32.48 18.86 Lyondell .90 11
M-N-0
124.98105.72 M&TBk 2.40 17 1
27.04 21.87 MDURess.54 16 1
54.35 26.26 MEMC ... 33 1
8.70 8.08 MCR .47 q
12.49 7.67 Madeo


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43.95 32.85 HomeDp .901 14 14
46.01 35.53 Homnwllnn .91 18 15
47.56 37.04 HospPT 2.96 23 30
68.24 41.08 Humana ..24 14
48.37 31.50 IShrazil .87 q ..
17.07 12.40 IShHK .32 q ..
15.55 12.27 iSlJapan .0e q ..
50.61 35.41 iStar 3.08 19 13
40.17 30.50 Idacorp 1.20 16 16
32.93 24.00 Ideacn ...... 12
49.20 37.11 Imaion .56 20 17
49.00 34.95 IngerRd .72 14 12
100.9072.73 IBM 1.20 16 15
48.79 32.02 InllGame .52 32 27
29.91 22.64 IroiMtns ...... 38
J-K-L
51.24 39.05 JPMorgChl.36 13 12
69.41 56.65 JohnJn 1.50 18 17
94.13 66.36 JohnsnCtll.321 18 15
44.33 32.34 Kaydon .48 21 18
51.00 41.35 Kelogg 1.16 20 18
34.84 23.69 Kelwood .64 23 18
38.63 34.24 Keycorp 1.461 15 13
41.52 35.40 KeySpan1.901 17 17
50.78 42.80 KindME 3.321 25 24
36.67 28.43 Kralt 1.00 18 17
13.93 5.30 KrispKrm ...... 26
25.93 18.05 Kroger .26 18 16


+.89 +1.7
+2.03 +2.0
+3.22 +7.7
+3.86 +3.6
+1.04 +2.5
+.30 +4.4
+.18 +1.4
+1.88 +72
+.70 -4.1
+1.70 +17.5
+,36 -5.8
+2.10 +12.0
+1.72 +2.1
-1.41 -4,9
+1.74 +3.6

+1.23 +6.2
+.51 +0.8
+2.83 +10.4
+1.94 +8.9
-1.34 -22
+.47 -0.1
+.77 +1.9
+.43 -0.1
+.72 +5.3
-.51 -4.7
-.37 +12.7
+1.34 +12.1


83.35 68.40 Magnalg 1.52 15 12
34.50 29.84 Manullgs .01 ... 14
2321 14.76 MStewt ... dd 58
1403 8.48 MateraSd ... 26 18
25.00 15.50 Mattel .651 16 16
45.06 31.73 McDnlds 1.001 16 17
48.55 32.75 Merck 1.52 22 17
98.68 64.58 Memalynt.40f 13 12
6326 48.00 MelLfe .591 16 12
18.65 12.79 MiconT ... 18 15
65.98 49.32 MidAApt 2.421 cc 98
23.95 16.85 Midas .. 35 24
1.76 .62 Milacron ... dd ..
76.95 59.58 Milpore ... 42 22
44.50 12.07 MillsCpll .. 32
27.65 16.35 MSEmMkt5.47e q
26.30 17.90 Motorola .20 14 17
25.00 18.65 MylanLab .24 14 16
47.60 31.64 NCRCp ... 22 18
112.0048.62 NYSEGpn.. 74 42
41.35 27.26 Naborss ... 10 7
40.99 30.60 NalFuGasl.20 26 17
77.14 48.39 NalGrid 2.54e ....
2,40 2.09 NewAm 21a q ..
53.16 42.70 NJ Rscs 1.52 17 16
62.72 39.84 NewmtM .40 32 23
9.65 4.87 NwpkRsI ... 40 13
23.40 15.50 NewsCpA.12e .
24.80 19.51 NiSource .92 23 16


+.30 -2.2
+.41 +0.7
-.12 -14.7
-.56 -10.8
+1.03 +10.3
+1.61 +0.5
-1.26 +2.6
+.48 +2.1
+1.89 +7.4
-.04 -5.7
-.13 +4.1
+.47 unc
-.12 +3.8
+6.99 +13.0
+43 +10.8
-.15 -3.3
+1.47 -3.5
+1.04 +13.3
+1.54 +9.8
-1.64 +2.4
+2.21 +5.9
+1.17 +6.5
+2.59 +5.2
+.05 +2.2
+.03 -3.5
+.63 -0.6
+.06 -11.4
+.42 8.6
-.03 -0.7


49.92 38.72 Nicor 1.86 16 17 45.94
101.2075.62 NikeB 1.481 18 16 100.20
86.16 58.51 NobleCorp .16 14 8 75.76
23.47 17,65 NoklaCp .46e ...... 22.07
57.71 39.10 NorflkSo .881 14 13 50.88
28.90 19.07 NoestUt .75 40 19 27.80
71.92 60.90 NorhropGl.20 16 14 72.43
35.90 26.50 NSTAR 1.301 17 16 33.74
14.90 12.92 NvFL .69 q ... 14.01
15.36 13.82 NvIMO .74a q ... 14.83
14.47 11.91 NuvPICv 1.14 q ... 14.24
40.58 26.34 OGEEngyl.361 12 16 39.36
55.45 42.06 OcciPels .88 10 11 47.29
22.65 14.22 Olin .80 8 13 17.06
66.74 42.00 ONEOKPI3.921 14 19 64.05
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52-Wk
Hi Low Name Div PEPPE Last

A-B-C
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26.57 18.27 ASMLHId .. 14 25.36
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56.80 20.49 AkamaiT .. cc 43 55.55
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52-Wk
Hi Low Name Div PE PPE Last


44.46
9.13
3.40
24.72
15.36
57.94
9.25
35.30
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56.69
3.20
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22.74
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22.45
17.72
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36.10
52.72
9.19
10.71
57.70
14.14
14.25
13.97
25.90
24.97
39.48
45.87
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22.50
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D-E-F
1.05 Danka dd ..
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G-H-I
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J-K-L
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52-Wk YTD
HI Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg %chg


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JnprNtwf ...... 21
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M-N-0
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Misonx ... dd ..
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30.31 19.80
17.42 6.50
22.94 15.86
53.01 32.76
18.20 11.17
9.58 5.25
56.00 18.34
46.99 10.25
1208 7.20
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ProgPh .. dd
QiaoXing ... ...
Qlogics ... 25
Qualcom .48 25
QueslSIh ... ...
RFMic ... 36
RackSys ... 12
Rambus .
RealNwk ... 5
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... 30.14
6 15.81
17 18.50
20 37.19
19 15.15
13 7.89
15 16.69
44 18.92
29 11.03
29 132.82


67.99 37.34 SanDisk ... 42 19 40.80
8.50 4.26 SangBio ... dd ... 8.79
5.85 3.04 Sanmina dd 9 3.51
20.86 14.00 Schwab .201 20 19.33
40.63 26.40 SciGames .. 43 23 31.04
182.38115.95 SearsHdgs .. 21 17177.13
15.23 4.82 SecureCmp dd 28 8.77
58.24 49.78 Selclln .961 10 11 51.54
20.26 11.00 Semlechlf ...... 21 14.28
63.24 42.29 Sepracor .., 39 22 55.23
42.50 18.20 SIRFTch .. cc 25 30.24
21.37 10.58 SierraWr .. 38 21 14.40
29.12 7.99 SigmaDgll ...... 21 25.70
60.00 28.43 SilcnLab ... 61 28 33.16
19.19 11.50 SilicnMoln ... ... ... 19.94
5.30 3.47 SST ..,21 29 5.30
8.88 4.66 Slcnware .25r .. 10 8.68
6.14 3.50 SiriusS .. dd.... 3.68
8.00 4.03 SkywksSol ., dd 10. 6.78
17.85 9.77 SmurSlne ... dd 28 11.80
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15.73 11.80 SouMoBc .36 12 ... 15.39
18.59 12.56 SpansionA ... dd .. 13.62
28.00 21,08 Staples .221 20 17 26.45
40.01 28.72 Starbucks ... 46 35 34.27
39.97 20.89 SllDynas.40a 10 10 39,19
6.76 3.74 SunMicro ..dd 35 6.63
27.92 22.07 SusqBnc 1.00 15 15 25.63
33.66 21.25 SwiftTm .. 16 15 30,54
22.19 14.78 Symantec... 41 17 18.06
10.38 6.48 Symetric cc 16 8.45
5.82 3.56 Synagro .40 cc 33 5.76
27.49 17.07 Synopsys .. cc 19 26,39
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11.70 2.02 SynaxBril ... dd 11 9.85
23.02 13.30 TDAmeritr .. 18 14 17.71
35.15 18.96 THQ ... 52 22 30.95
20.57 9.06 TakeTwo ... .. 28 18.32
21.00 11.55 Tanoxlnb .,. cc ,, 19.35
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17.28 8.84 Tellabs ... 24 22 10.21
43.90 29.22 TevaPhrm.31e 93 .. 35.32
5.70 3.82 3Com ... dd 23 3.91
10.45 6.44 TibcoSt .. 28 22 9.27
23.74 10.36 TWTele .. dd ... 23.49
9.49 5.05 TVo Inc .. dd .. 5.68
31.49 14.85 TridentMic ... 17 21.34
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6.07 3.70 TriQunt .. 34 12 4.78
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45.03 23.83 WebEx .. 47 27 46.39
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15.71 7.85 WlndRvr ... 21 10.13
27.40 9.63 XMSat .. dd .. 14.21
29.89 18.35 Xlinx .36 23 22 24.72
51.54 35.27 YRCWwde .. 9 10 44.79
35.23 22.65 Yahoo ... 55 49 28.77
29.85 13.45 Zoran ..... 16 15.28


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j AMERICAN SE A


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


6.35 .82 AbdAsPac .42 q ... 620
44.75 24.94 AdmRsc .421 7 .:. 30.10
25.55 9.80 AllisChE ... 13 8 17.79
27.00 12.46 ApexSil ... dd .. 14.17
8.95 1.95 BirchMtg ... ... ... 2.42
18.12 15.25 CarverBcp .36 19 .. 16.35
44.40 24.72 CheniereEn.. dd ... 27.80
32.67 23.75 ClayBRICn05e q ... 31.92
12.24 8.65 ComSysl.401 14 ..10.39
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126.77106.89 DJIADiam2.49e q ... 126.53
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14.50 11.86 FlaPUil .43 17 ... 12.40
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7.20 2.10 GescoEngy......... 2.32
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8.85 6.10 GreyWoll ... 8 7 6.94
4.23 1.80 Hemisphr ... dd .. 2.07
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30.85 20.63 iShGernya.5le q ... 27.74
53.52 31.15 iShMexnya.46e q ,,. 53.44
152.5095.49 iShSilvern ... q ... 133.92


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52-Wk YTD
HI Low Name Div PEPPE Last chg %hg
67.26 55.79 iShSPlO8 cbo.70eq ... 67.01 +.90 +1.5
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116.5081.35 iShEmMktl.58e q ... 115.35 +2.16 +1.0
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74.93 59.40 iShEAFE1.53e q ... 74.71 +1.33 +2.0
104.2586.57 iShRsMdnya.92e q ... 104.58 +2.82 +4.7
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110.8477.65 iShC&SRInyal,99e q ... 111.10 +2.41
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84.07 68.83 iSRus3Knya.83eq .. 84.20 +1.71 +2.6
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8.18 8.00 InloSvcsun... ...... 8.12 unc -0.4
4.48 1.92 InflgSysh ... 4. 4.10 +.05 +28,1
42.55 2447 Invemss ... dd 39 42.30 +,99 +.3
4.44 1.66 solagen ... dd 3.05 +.60 +4.1
42.58 31.82 MktVGokldn.12p q .,. 39.32 +.12 -1.5
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3.40 1.78 MetroHth .. 43 19 3.00 +.03 -2.0
14.15 4.00 MidwstAir ... 92 12 13.80 +.87 +2q.0
5.40 2.16 Miramar ... dd ... 441 -.10 -2.4


Foreign Exchange
Value I PrevValue Todays $Prev$
Country name Currency In dollars value in currency
Argent Peso .3226 .3220 3.1000 3.1060
Australia Dollar .7745 .7738 1.2912 1.2922
Brazil Real .4750 .4779 2.1053 2.0925
Britain Pound 1.9673 1.9677 .5083 .5082
Canada Dollar .8432 .8485 1.1859 1.1786
Chile Peso .001825 .001843 547.95 542,59
China Yuan .1289 .1288 7.7583 7.7611
Colombia Peso .000446 .000446 2240.50 2244.50
Czech Rep Koruna .0459 .0463 21.76 21.62
Denmark Krone .1739 .1747 5.7495 5.7247
Dominican Rep Peso .0298 .0298 33,55 33.55
Egypt Pound .1754 .1756 5.7000 5.6959
Euro Euro 1.2967 1.3021 .7712 .7680
Hong Kong Dollar .1281 .1281 7.8079 7.8051
Hungry Forint .0051 .0051 197.01 195.92
India Rupee .0227 .0227 43.997 44.043
Indnsla Rupiah .000110 .000110 9090.91 9090.91
Israel Shekel .2355 .2356 4,2460 4.2440
Japan Yen .008260 .008288 121.07 120.66
Jordan Dinar 1.4114 1.4106 .7085 .7089
Kuwait Dinar 3.4587 3.4578 .2891 .2892
Lebanon Pound .000662 .000662 1510.57 1510.57
Malaysia RInggit .2857 .2857 3.5005 3.5005
Mexico Peso .091471 ,091160 10.9324 10.9697
N. Zealand Dollar .6808 .6822 1.4689 1.4658
Norway Krone .1596 .1601 6.2639 6.2451
Pakistan Rupee .0165 .0164 60.75 60.80
Peru New Sol .3130 .3128 3.195 3.197
Philplns Peso .0205 .0205 48.72 48.72
Poland Zioty .3323 .3338 3.01 3.00
Russia Ruble .0377 .0377 26.5139 26.4908
Saudi Arab Rlyal .2666 .2666 3.7508 3.7508
Singapore Dollar .6514 .6522 1.5351 1.5333
Slovak Rep Koruna .0372 .0374 26.86 26.74
So. Africa Rand .1391 .1394 7.1887 7.1756
So, Korea Won .001067 .001067 937.21 937.21
Sweden Krona .1429 .1438 6.9955 6.9545
Swlizerdnd Franc .8017 .8044 1.2473 1.2432
Taiwan Dollar .0304 .0304 32.93 32.89
Thailand Bahl .02869 .02846 34.85 35.13
U.A,E. DOlrham .2723 .2723 3.6726 3.6726
Uruguay NewPeso .0412 .0412 24.2748 24.2501
Venzuel Bolivar .000468 .000466 2145.92 2145.92


Spot Metals


Eds:
NEW YORK (AP) Spot nonlerrous meal pieces Fri.
Aluminum -$126.4 per b,, London Metal Exch. Fri.
Copper -$2.5777 Cathode full plate, U.S. destinations.
Copper$2.4100 N.Y. Mere spot Fri.
Lead $1704.00 metric ton, London Metal Exch.
Zinc- $1.6919 per lb., delivered.
Gold $645.70 Handy & Harman (only daly quote).
Gold $646.20 troy oz., NY Merc spot Fri.
Silver $13.285 Handy & Harman (only dally quote).
Silver $13.327 troy oz., N.Y. Mere spot Fri.
Mercuy $500.00 per 76 Ib flask, NY.
Platinum -$1194.00 troy oz., N.Y. (contract),
Platinum $1163.50troy oz, N.Y. Meroe spot Fri.
n.q.-not quoted, n.a,-not available r-revised

Money Rates
Today
Prime Rate 8.25
Discount Rate Primary 6.25
Fed Funds close 5.26
T-Bills:
3-month disc 5.01
6-month disc 4.96
T-Bll8, annualized, adjusted for
constant maturity:
1-year 5.10
T-Notes:
1-year 5.05
2-year 4.94
5-year 4.82
10-year 4.82
T-Bond:

30-year 4.92
Libor:
3-month 5.36
6-month 5.40
FHLB Cost ol Funds, 11th District:
Elf. Jan 31 4.396
FNMA 30-yoar mortgage commitment:
30-days 6.27
Money market fund:
Merrill Lynch Ready Assets:


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12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
AIM Investments A:
basicValAp 37.55 +.82 +12.9
C.apDevp 19.32 +.52 +13.7
Chart p 15,75 +31 +15.8
tonstl p 26.83 +.51 +4,3
lYIdAp 4.55 -.01 +10,8
InIlnGrow 30.22 +.57 +21,3
LrCpGrAt 11.83 +,22 +6.9
MdCpCrEqp 26.85 +.59 +10.5
MuBp 8.05 +.01 +4,2
ReoiEstp 36.77 +.98 +39.9
SlEqtyr 21.63 +.44 +13.0
SmCpGrAp 30.21 +.73 +10.6
AIM investments B:
BasicValBt 34.81 +.76 +12.1
CapOOvBt 17.39 +.47 +12.8
QhartBt 15.11 .30 +15.0
,ConsIB t 24.75 +.47 +3.5
SAIM Investor Cl:
DivrsDivid 13.94 +.28 +17.0
Dynamic 22,28 +.60 +14,5
Energy 38.70 +1.28 +0.3
J4mmitP p 13.19 +.33 +5.7
u'ities 17.28 +.47 +23.6
MF Funds:
UtShrtMg x 9.67 .. +4.,8
Advance Capital I:
balanced p 18.72 +.28 +10.2
Retlnc n 9.65 +.03 +4.2
Alger Funds B:
SmCapGr t 6.15 +.17 +12.4
Alger Funds Instl:
'MidCpGr 17.59 +.41 +7.9
AllianceBern A:
l0anA1 p 18.24 +.25 +13.6
BJWthStrA p 1380 +.22 +12.5
"GIbGovlncA 7.70 +.05 +5.5
GIbFTechA p 65.91 +.71 +5.4
GrolncAp 4.54 +.07 +17.1
GrowthAp 38.33 +.81 -1.0
-IntlGroAp 19.41 +.38 +19.5
IntlValA p 22.66 +.47 +26.6
IiCapGrAp 21.06 +.40 -1.6
'SnCapG rA 27.75 +.6 +3.5
MtlanceBem Adv:
InlValAdv 22.99 +.47 +26.9
fgCapGrAdv 21.83 +.41 -1.3
WAlanceBem B:
GorpBdBp 12.19 +.06 +7.4
-GIbTechB I 58.81 +.63 +4.6
GrIncBp 4,46 +.07 +16.2
GrowthB tI 26.28 +.54 -1.7
,LgCpGrBt 18.79 +.35 -2.4
SmCpGrB t 23.08 +.55 +2.7
4SGovtB0 p 6.76 +.03 +2.0
AlllanceBern C:
SSrnCapGrCI 23.15 +54 +2.8
AllanceBem I:
FReElnvtl 18.97 +.48 +37.2
Allianz Instl MMS:
.NFJDivVal 17.58 +.34 +22.1
Aillanz Funds A:
NFJDivVal 17.41 +.34 +21.5
tSmCpVA 32.34 +.88 +15.9
Alllanz Funds C:
1GrowthCt 22.21 +.47 +15.1
P NFJDivVal I 17.30 +.33 +20.6
-fargetC 20.21 +.54 +13.1
Alpine Funds:
Ir RE 42.79 +1.55 +34.6
AIer Beacon AMR:
LgCapAmr 24.13 +.58 +20.1
Aner Beacon Instl:
IndEqlns 24.29 +.44 +22.2
LgCapinst 24.39 +.58 +19.8
tSmCapInst 22.34 +.68 +12.8
Amer Beacon Plan:
LgCapPlan 23.31 +,55 +19.5
r SmCpPlan 21.89 +.66 +12.6
Amier Century Adv:
EqGro p 26.24 +.52 +13.9
Eqtyncnp 8.69 +.14 +19.0
Aper Century Ins:
Sqtra 28.17 +.42 -1.1
nAner Century Inv:
balancedd n 16.83 +23 +9.7
T qGrolnvn 26.26 +.52 +14.2
kEqlnon 6.69 +.14 +19.3
FLMuBnd n 10.60 +.02 +3.6
'GNMAI n 10.13 +.05 +4.0
Gift n 23.05 +.47 +14.5
'GIbGold n 19.00 +.08 +3.6
Growthl n 22.93 +.39 +9.6
Serietagel n 16.71 +.34 +14.5
IpcGro n 34.17 +.79 +17.B
tOSBn4d 13.53 +.07 +5.1
ItQsc nr 15.72 +.46 +25.4
191Grol0n 12.79 +.31 +20.2
'lComVal 7.69 +.13 +19.7
tIfeSodn 5.49 +.08 +1.1
NewOppnr 6.96 +.27 -0.1
OneChgAgg n 13.04 +.20 +12.9
RealEsal n 32.79 +.67 +35.3
Selectl n 38.11 +.58 +3.0
aSGovn 9.32 ... +4.0
SmCapVa n 9.93 +.23 +12.2
-SmalICo 10.31 +.30 +3.4
StrModn 7.13 +.10 +11.2
Ul1ra n 27.79 +.41 -1.3
,Uiln 16.63 +.29 +24.7
'Vruelnvn 7.72 +.14 +19.2
I TVsta n 17.93 +.27 +6.3
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AmcapFA p 20.67 +.36 +9.9
',nMuoA p 29.89 +.54 +16.9
Ba.lAp 19.27 +.25 +11.6
Bd'ndFdAp 13.29 +.03 +5.6
A(pWedAp 19.09 +.09 +5.8
.CaelnBVA p 61.81 +.90 +20.3
oapWGrA p 42.75 +.82 +1n2
SEupacAp 47.42 +.96 n"
lHundlnVAp 40.98 +.83 -
B., I 13.29 +.04 +3.3
,.-.l r i:. 33.57 +.55 +9.0
SHITrstAp 12.71 +.02 +11.9
i rincMunAj 15.79 +.02 +6.2
20.67 +.30 +19.6
Ai.'rL :. 13.39 +.02 +4.2
-n,:.-l0 p 34.21 +.60 +15.3
N'WEconAp 27.39 +.46 +14.1
tewPerA p 32.25 +.59 +16.7
srewWordA 49.51 +.95 +26.6
.SinCpWAp 40.51 +.98 +18.8
.ixExptA p 12.47 +02 +4.4
T 0x9CAAap 16.76 +.03 +4.7
,WshMutAp 35.60 +.72 +18.2
An erican Funds B:
A.yncapBt 19.97 +.35 +9.0
BalanBmt 19.20 +.25 +11.0
BndB t 13.29 +.03 +4.8
t.BolnBidB t 61.61 +.90 +19.4
.*....ar 342.53 +.81 +19.0
a...a6l 46.87 +.94 +17.3
A.- 40.86 +.82 +14.8
GrowthBI 32.50 +.53 +8.2
ImcomeB 20.55 +.29 +18.7
oIABt 34.04 +.59 +14.4
rPaewPerspt 31.73 +.58 +15.8
WaRhBnl 35.38 +.71 +17.3
AHel Mutual Fds:
Atpprec 50.25 +1.23 +14.3
.Meln 54.15 +1.59 +9.7
Artisan Funds:
n911 29.51 +.69 +21.1
ntlSmCptr 22.80 +.71 +28.0
IntlValu r 28.31 +.51 +27.8
MidOap 31.50 +.88 +8.7
MidCapVal 21.08 +.67 +15.0
: lrCap 18.69 +.53 +1.8
-rmCapVal 18.37 +.56 +13.4
BIaron Funds:
-Asset n 63.12 +2.03 +19.3
dGrowth 52.26 +1.34 +15.0
partners p 24.00 +.65 +25.8
iSmLCap 214.02 +.58 +10,5
Bernstein Fds:
lig Our 13.12 +.04 +4.7
GaMu 14.11 ... +2.9
DjvMun 13.93 ... +2.9
bYMun 13.76 +.01 +3.0
MgdlnOlVl 26.74 +.54 +19.1
'IqnVal2 26.32 +.53 +16.9
EtmgMkts 39.03 +.69 +16.2
BlackRock A:
,AuroraA 28.21 +.72 +11.6
BalCapAIp 27.76 +.45 +14.6
*isValAp 34.06 +.71 +22.2
S(pDevelA p 15.49 +.19 +5.0
10GrA p 19.94 +.38 +3.9
QIbAIAFr 18.35 +.23 +12.9
Govlrncln 10.65 +.02 +2.8
HiYdlnvA 8.22 +.01 +11.4
LgCapCrAp 14.52 +.31 +11.9
LrgCapValAp 198.60 +.46 +15.6
S&P500p 17.75 +.33 +15.6
BlackRock B&C:
GIAIBt 17.97 +.23 +12.1
GObAIC t 17.35 +.22 +12.1
'M gCapCrt 13.75 +.29 +11.1
BlackRock Fds Brk:
TotRetll 9.47 +.03 +4.3
BlackRock Instl:
SInCVa r 31.36 +.48 +20.5
BasVall 3423 +.7 +7 +22.5
BalaCapl 27.93 +.45 +14.9
TotalRetll 9.45 +.03 +4.3
GIbAlIoc r 18.41. +.23 +13.2
FundlGrI 20.43 +.39 +3.9
NatlMunI 10.53 +.01 +5.2
S8P560 17.79 +.33 +156.8
LrgCap~rI 14.78 +.32 +12.3
Bramwell Funds:
GrowthFdp 19.27 +.45 +8.9
Brandywine Fds:
i BlueFd 32.54 +,65 +9.0
Brandywine n 35.34 +.82 +9.2
SBridgeway Funds:
USCMasket 19.97 +.61 +5,7
SBrlnson Funds Y:
HighYldYn 7.10 +.01 +9.7
Buffalo Funds:
SmICap 28.04 +.66 +11.3
,CGM Funds:
CappDeven 28.31 +1.17 +5.9
FocusFd 36,33 +.56 +6.2
MuSl n 28,56 +.56 +1.7
Realty n 29.66 +,81 +30.9
CRM Funds:
i MjCapVall 30897 +,65 +18.2
> Calamos Funds:
Gr1lncC I 32.27 +,47 +6.4
; Gtlh8lncAp 32.06 +,47 +7.2


SGrowthA p 55.32 +.92 -1,5
GrowthBt 56.52 +.93 -2.2
GrowthC I 52.28 +.86 -2.3
Calvert Group:
Incop 16.76 +.05 +5.1
injFEqA p 23.60 +.49 +21.2
LgCpGrwth t 32.99 +.96 +5.1
Munlnl 10.59 +.02 +2.5
SqclalA p 30.87 +.38 +8.6
SocBd p 15.77 +.05 +4.6
SocEqAp 38.01 +.65 +10.2
TxFLId n 10.36 +.01 +0.9
TxFLngp 16,48 +.05 +3.7
TxF VT 15.62 +.02 +3.6
Camblar Funds:
Opptylnsl 20.62 +.42 +15.3
j Opportinv 20.60 +.42 +15.1
SCuseway Intl:
Institutlonal 20.08 +.41 +21.7
Investorr 19.98 +.40 +21,4
Clipper 93.33 +1.35 +17.2
Cohen & Steers:
InsllRIty n 62.24 +1.34 +41.7
SIntlRityA p 19.47 +.72 +42.0
bRltyShren 98,37 +2.06 +41.3
.Columbia Class A:
I Acomt 30.20 +.79 +12.1
i AcomSoldct 27,42 +.79 +16B.


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
FocusEqAl 23105 +.42 +11.5
InlValueAAr 25.21 +.26 +24.2
LgCapValuA 15.47 +33 +16.8
21CentryA t 14.98 +.27 +200
MarsGroA t 2110 +.42 +10.7
MIdCpValA 1521 +.45 +16.8
TxExA p 13.67 +.02 +5.0
Columbia Class B:
AcomI 28,89 +.75 +11.4
Columbia Class C:
Acorn t 28.80 +.75 +11.2
Columbia Class Z:
Acorn Z 30,92 +,81 +12.4
AcomIllZ 41.40 +1.06 +27.0
AcomSel Z 27,65 +.81 +19.1
AcomUSA 29.65 +.62 +6.8
CorsBondZ 10.51 +.03 +4.2
FocusEqZ 23.48 +43 +11.8
InmBoZn 8.82 +.02 +4.8
IntmTEBd n 1029 +.02 +3.5
InlEqZ 17.59 +28 +19.5
IniStkZ n 19.22 +.47 +21.6
InSValZ 25.35 +28 +24.5
LgCapCoreZ 15.02 +28 +15.9
LgCapGrwth 24.50 +.36 +10.8
LgCapldxZ 28.04 +52 +16.0
LgCapValZ 15,49 +32 +17.1
MarsGrPrZ 21.54 +.42 +10.9
MarlnOppZ r 15.34 +.20 +17.0
MidCapGrZ 26.26 +.63 +8.5
MidCpldxZ 12.67 +.36 +10.0
MdCpVal p 15.23 +.45 +17.1
STIncoZ 9.78 +,01 +4.5
SmCpCoreZ 19.80 +.48 +12.1
SmICapIdxZ n 22.70 +.69 +10.7
TaxExmptZ 13.67 +.02 +5.2
ToIRetBd CIZ 9.70 +D,3 +5.0
CG Cap Mkt Fds:
InllEq 14.92 +.29 +19.6
LgGrw 14.37 +.22 +6.68
LgValn 12.71 +.24 +19.5
Credit Suisse ABCD:
ValueAt 18.69 +.45 +20.7
-DFA Funds:
InlCoreEq n 13.50 +.26 +22.8
USCoreEq2 n 1210 +.29 +157
DWS Scudder Cl A:
BalanceA 9.95 +.16 +9.5
CommAp 24.48 +.3 6 +21,0
DrmHiRA 51,52 +86 +15.1
DSmCaVal 38.30 +.98 +14.3
HilncA 5.48 +.02 +10.7
MgdMuni p 9.05 +.01 +4.2
RREEFp 29.17 +.61 +42.5
US GovA 8.36 +.04 +4.0
DWS Scudder CI C:
DrmHIRC 51.40 +,5 +14.2
DWS Scudder Cl S:
CapGrth r 51.97 +1.12 +8.2
CorePluslnco 1262 +,.06 +4.8
EmMMn 12.36 +.08 +12.6
EmgMkGrnr 21.97 +.44 +19.9
EuroEqty 38.29 +.65 +25.5
GNMAS 14.66 +.09 +4,2
GlblBdS r 9.58 +.03 +3.9
GlobOppoit 44.08 +1.08 +18.3
GlobalTheme 33.98 +.72 +24.0
Gold&Prec 20.30 +.30 +7.0
GrolncS 22.56 +.33 +13.9
HiYIdTx n 12.92 +.01 +5.5
IntrTxAMT 11,07 ... +3.1
IntemrnallS 63.25 +1,38 +21.5
LgCapValS r 23.10 +.55 +15.4
LgCoGro n 27,80 +,60 +7.5
LatAmerEqn 59.43 +1.64 +26.5
MgdMuniS 9.06 +.01 +4.4
MATFS 14.15 +.02 +3.9
PacOppsnr 21.93 +.37 +30.0
ShtTmBdSn 9.88 +.02 +4.3
DWS Scudder Instl:
Eqty5001L 164.15 +3.05 +16.1
Davis Funds A:
NYVen A 39.29 +.66 +16.1
Davis Funds B:
NYVenB 37.63 +.62 +15.2
Davis Funds C &Y:
NYVenY 39.74 +.67 +16.4
NYVenC 37.8 +.63 +15.2
Delaware Invest A:
Diver Inc p 8.75 +.03 +7.7
LgCapValA 21.16 +.37 +23.8
TrendA p 20.83 +.55 +2.4
TxUSA p 11.58 +.02 +4.8
Delaware Invest B:
De5chB 3.45 ... +12.8
SelGrB t 25.11 +.33 +3.0
Del-Pooled Trust:
InltEq 23.60 +.35 +25.4
Laborlnl 21.23 +.30 +25.1
Dimensional Fds:
EmMkCrEqn 16.10 +.41 +25.4
EmrgMktVal 32.93 +.78 +31.3
IntSmVa n 21.74 +.41 +23.8
LgColnldx 11.34 +.21 +16.1
TMUSSm 27.17 +.74 +10.2
USLgCo n 42.51 +.79 +16.0
USLgVa n 26.27 +.74 +20,3
USLgVa3 n 20.15 +.57 +20.5
US Micro 16.04 +.43 +9.6
USSmal n 21.95 +.56 +10.6
USSmVal 30.50 +.80 +16.2
InlSmCo n 20.00 +.40 +21.3
EmgMkt n 26.97 +.66 +22.7
Raxdn 10.21 +.01 +5.0
Govtn 10.36 +.01 +4.7
IntGvFxlnn 11.20 +.04 +3.8
IntVanc 23.76 +.46 +29.4
nlVa3 n 22.37 +.44 +29.7
GlbFxlnc 10.58 +.01 +4.3
LrgCaplntn 24.66 +45 +21.4
'p' 26 02 +.70 +142
BrslS& i 0l, .030 +,42 +28. -
TMMKiraua 18,57 .51 +18.1
TMMtVa2 18.46 +.51 +18.3
TMUSEq 15.25. +.30 +14.5
2YGIFxd n 10.18 +.02 +4.7
DFARIEst n 35.03 +.75 +37.9
Diversified Inst:
Stonldx p 9.68 +.18 +15.9
Valu&lncop 13.55 +.26 +19.2
Divemsifd Inv Fds:
Val&lnc 26.53 +.50 +18.9
Dodge&Cox:
Balancedn 88.68 +1.27 +13.3
IncomeFd 12.60 +.04 +5.3
Intl Stk 44.75 +.76 +24.3
Stock 157.50 +3.06 +17.6
Domini Soc Inv:
SocialEqn 34.38 +.87 +14.2
Dreyfus:
Aprec 44.09 +.70 +16.4
BasicS&P 30.07 +.56 +15.9
Discp 36.23 +.64 +16.5
Dreyfus 10.72 +.19 +16.0
DreyMid r 30.6 +.87 +9.6
Drey500sln 40.89 +.76 +15.6
EmgLead 35.99 +.84 +3.5
FLinIr 12.92 +.02 +3,0
InsMunnt 17.83 +.04 +4.0
MidcpVI r 34.12 +1.09 +12.1
MunBdr 11.85 +.01 +4.8
NYTaxr__ 14.75 +.02 +4.2
SmICpStk r 24.33 +.74 +10.6
Dreyfus Founders:
GrowthB 12.02 +.18 +13.1
GrowthFnp 12.75 +.18 +14.2
Dreyfus Premier:
CarTxExBdZ 14.81 +.03 +4.5
CoreEqA 17.02 +.24 +15.9
CoreVinvp 32.76 +.67 +21.6
EmgMkIA 21.38 +.36 +18.9
LTdHYIdA p 7.36 +.01 +8.7
NwLdrs n 49.79 +1.26 +13.4
SIrValA r 33.13 +.77 +20.2
TaxMgdGCt 18.25 +.27 +16.3
TechGrA 25.31 +.35 +1.6
Eaton Vance Adv:
FllgRalet 8.68 +.01 +6.5
Eaton Vance CI A:
TMG1.0 617.76 +12.64 +14.5
ChinaA p 23.73 +.368 +40.9
FloatRate 10.21 , +6,5
AMTFrMuBdl 11.06 +.03 +7.8
GrowthA 9.38 +.17. +15.
HIthOclAp 11.66 +.11 +3.7
IncBosA 6,56 1.. +10.7
LgCpVal 21.63 +.40 +19.5
NallMun 11.92 +.03 +9.6
SpcEqlA 14.12 i+ +13.7
TMGI.l 26.74 +.54 +14.1
TradGvtA 7.12 -.91 +3.6
UIdA 13.51 +.28 +24.7
Eaton Vance CI B:
FLMuniBtI 11.11 +.01 +5.6
HIlhSciBatl 12.20 +.11 +3.0
NaSIMunB t 11.92 +.03 +8.B
Eaton Vance CI C:
FlsatRuI 9.87 +5,7
GoSpCp 7,11 -.01 +2.9
NatlMCl 11.92 +.03 +6.8
Evergreen A:
AstAIlAp 14.99 +.15 .+9.9
BalanA 9.46 +,12 +9.3
SpValeA p 26.01 +.66 +17.5
Evergreen B:
AstHAloB I 14.82 +.15 +9.2
DivrsdBt 14.33 +.05 +3.7
MuniBondB I 7.51 +.01 +3.8
Evergreen C:
AstAIoC1t 14.56 +.15 +9.2
Evergreen I:
CoreBdl 10.36 +.02 +4.5
SAdjRatl 9.28 +.01 +4.6
InBBondl 10.53 +.03 +1.4
IntlEqlyl 10.84 +.19 +18.4
LgCapEqylI 16.25 +.39 +19.6
Sh1ntBdl 5.93 +.01 +4,3
SIMunil 9.92 ,. +3,2
SpecVal 28,20 +,68 +17.9
StrGrel 30.50 +.64 +8.1
ExcelsiAor Funds:
EmgMktsr 14.18 +.30 +21.1
Energy 21.98 +.55 +1.9
HiYleld npx 4.79 +.01 +13,4
ValRosIrn 54.61 +1.83 +13.8
FAM Funds:
Value n 51.28 +1.27 +11.2
FBR Funds:
SmallCap 56.85 +1.53 +28.1
FMI Funds:
Focus n 33.43 +.78 +11.0
FPA Funds:
Capit 43,12 +1.08 +8.9


Newlnc 10.88 +5.0
FPACresn 26.63 +.44 +9.6
Falrholme 29.07 +,55 +11.6
Federated A:
AmLdrA 24.87 +.30 +16.6
CapAppA 24.91 +.39 +14.9
MldGrStA 38,98 +1.09 +6.0
KaufmA p 5.90 +.12 +14.1
MktOppA p 12.43 -.12 +0.3
MunSecA 10.64 +,01 +4.5
Federated B:
KaufmnB p 5.69 +.12 +13.2
StrlncB 8.64 +.05 +7.3
Federated C:
KaulmnC I 5.9 +,.12 +13.2
MktOppC 12.33 -.13 -0.5
Federated Instl:
Kaufman 5.91 +.13 +13.9
MidCap 24.05 +.68 +9,5
Fidelity Adv FooT:
EnergyT 40.98 +1.02 +3.8
HItCarT 22.73 +.38 +7,5
Fidelity Advisor A:
DIvrilniA r 23.27 +.40 +12,0
EqGrAI 52,64 +1.06 +7.1
EqlncA p 30.16 +.81 +16,3
MIdCapA p 25.06 +,62 +10.0
NwInaghtisp 18.98 +.32 +9,4


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
SlrnAoe 11.70 +6.7
Fidelity Advisor C:
DivlntlCnt 22.42 +.38 +11.1
Nwinshts In 18.49 +31 +8,6
Fidelity Advisor I:
Divlntl 23,60 +.40 +12.3
DivGnt0 13,82 +17 +15,2
EqGrln 55.64 +1,13 +7.5
Eqlnh 30,95 +.62 +16,8
IntBdln 10,81 +.02 +4,4
Nowinsightl 1904 +.32 +9.7
Fidelity AdvisorT:
BalancT 16,88 +.30 +10.1
DivntlTp 23.03 +.39 +11.7
DivGrthTp 13.63 +.17 +14.6
DynCapAppTp19.08 +.40 +11.2
EqGrTp 52,54 +1.05 +6.9
EqlnT 30.53 +.61 +15.1
GrOppT 36.32 +69 +8.3
HiIncAdvTp 10.76 +10 +15.0
IntBdT 10.79 +.02 +4.1
MIdCapT p 25.34 +.62 +10.7
MunilncTp 12.83 +.01 +4.0
Nwlnsghts p 18.80 +.32 +9.2
OvrseaT 22.64 +.47 +14.5
STFiT 9.41 +.01 +4.4
SmICapTp 22.68 +.55 +7.6
SOrlnTe 11.70 ... +6.7
Fidelity Freedom:
FF2000n 12.59 +10 +7.0
FF2010n 14.84 +.18 +9.2
FF2015 n 12.41 +.17 +10.0
FF2020 n 15.83 +.24 +10.9
FF2025 n 13.03 +.20 +11.1
FF2030 n 16,39 +.28 +12,0
FF2035n 13.50 +.24 +12.1
FF2040 n 9.70 +.17 +12.4
IncomeFd nx 11.61 +.04 +6.5
Fidelity Invest:
AggrGr re 20.02 +.35 +6.1
AMgr50 16.39 +.21 +9.7
AMgr70 16.59 +.26 +11.1
AMgr20nrx 12.71 +.04 +6.1
Balance 19.88 +.34 +10.4
BlueChlpGr 45.26 +.68 +6.4
CA Mun 12.29 +.01 +4,0
Canada n 48.65 +.33 +8.5
CapApp n 28.25 +.62 +12.8
CapDevelO 12,87 +.18 +12.5
Caplncotnr 8.96 +.02 +12,7
ChlnaReg n 24.93 +.16 +24.4
CongrStn 465.95 +7.78 +16.9
TMun nr 11.25 +.01 +3.6
Contra ne 66.25 +.44 +.99
CnvSec 26.30 +.53 +13.0
DIsEq n 29.87 +64 +15,1
Diverlnlln 37.60 +.72 +17.2
DivStkOn 16.92 +.37 +10.1
DIvGth n 32.30 +.41 +15.4
EmrgMkt n 24.64 +.47 +20.6
Equtlncn 59.88 +1.25 +19.5
EQII n 23.86 +.50 +12.8
EurCapApn 27.91 +.76 +27.7
Europe n 40.20 +1.01 +18.3
ExchFdn 331.82 +6.30 +16.4
Export n 23.88 +.49 +8.0
FIdelFd 36,86 +.68 +13.9
Fitly nr 23.97 +.49 +10.2
tRateHI r 9,97 .. +6.5
FL Mum 11,36 .. +3.9
FourlnOnen 30.17 +.54 +14.9
GNMA n 10.73 +.04 +4.1
Govlnc n 9.99 +.02 +3.6
GroCo n 71.24 +1.02 +7.6
Groinc 31.85 +.81 +11.1
Grolncll 11.41 +.19 +12.3
Highlncm 9.09 ... +10.4
Indepndncen 22.55 +.52 +9.6
InProBnd 10.67 +.05 +0.4
IntBdn 10.24 +.03 +4.5
LntGov 9.94 +.02 +02 3.8
IntmMuni e 9.91 ... +3.7
IntlRIEstr 17.01 +.55 +37.3
InLtDisc 38.53 +.75 +18.4
IntlSmCapm 25.48 +.43 +7.4
IntlSCpOpp r 16.57 +.42 +19.5
MInGB n 7.35 +.03 +5.0
Japan n 16.98 +14 -7.5
JpnSmCo n 12.88 +.13 -20.7
LgCapVI 15.37 +.36 +17.3
LatAm n 46.13 +1.36 +29.3
LevCoStock 30.11 +.86 +15.7
LowPrm 44.68 +1.12 +14.3
Magellan n 92.72 +1.61 +7.4
MDMum 10.79 +.01 +3,7
MA Muni n 11.85 +.02 +4.3
MI Muni ne 11.73 ... +3.9
MidCapn 30,57 +372 +12.6
MN Mun n 11.30 +.0 +3.9
MtgeSec n 11.02 +.04 +4.9
Munllncne 12.69 +.01 +4.3
NJ Mun r 11.45 +.02 +4.2
NewMktnr 14.76 +.09 +9.5
NewMll n 30.09 +.74 +10.4
NY Mun n 12.72 +.02 +4.1
OTC 42.34 +.43 +8.6
OhMunne 11.49 -.02 +4.0
Ovrsea n 45.48 +.72 +16.9
PacBasn 27.64 +.35 +12.7
PAMun nre 10.71 -.01 +3.7
Pultan 20.30 +.31 +14.8
RealEstn 39.85 +1.32 +37.3
ShtlntMu0n 10.16 ... +2.8
SIBFn 0.86 +.01 +4.7
SmCaplnd 21.80 +.57 +10.5
SmallCapSnr 19.49 +.52 +7.5
SmCapValer 14.40 +.41 +11.9
SE Asian 27.74 +.56 +28.5
StkSlcn 28.42 +.48 +12.4
StratDivInc 1344 +.28 +14.0
StrarlnCne 10.58 ...' +7.4
SraleRtn r 10.26 +.07 '+5.6'
TotalBondn 1042 +.03 +5.2
Trend n 65.69 +1.07 +12.8
USBI n 10.83 +.03 +4.5
UtShtBdm 10.01 ... +5.0
Uliltyn 19.38 +.36 +27.6
ValsuDsc 18.02 +.45 +12.6
Valstral 33.28 +.92 +16.7
Value n 84.04 +2.01 +15.0
Wddwden 20.64 +.41 +16.4
Fidelity Selects:
Air n 52.22 +2.64 +26.6
Banking n 34.18 +.60 +13.5
Biotechsn 66.93 +1.08 +2.5
Brokern 77.59 +1.50 +18,6
Chemn 70.06 +1.10 +18.5
CommEquip 20.35 +.22 -6.5
Corp n 40.42 +.30 +.92
ConsumDiscr 27.54 +.64 +17.1
ConStaple 59.12 +.69 +21.9
CstHoun 547.78 +2.15 +10.8
DfAeron 85.30 +2.85 +21.7
Electrn 45.14 +.63 -5.2
Energy n 49.59 +1.96 +2.6
EngSvcrn 67.01 +2.51 -5.7
Environ 17.60 +.44 +5.5
FinSvc n 120.98 +2.16 +16.0
Goldm rn 36.03 +.54 +7.5
Health n 129.51 +2.15 +7.4
HomeFinln 50.65 +1.56 +12.9
Insurn 70.60 +1,03 +12.6
Lelsrn- 82.27 +1.90 +19.1
Materials 49.96 +.96 8 +19.6
MedDeln 50.59 +1.11 +2.5
MadEqSyson 24.28 +.65 +7.8
Multimed n 49.29 +.28 +16.7
NatGason 39.62 +1.61 -1.0
NatRes m 28.64 +1.00 +7.7
Paper n 33.92 +.85 +15.9
Pharman 11.19 +.12 +11.8
Retail n 55.33 +1.48 +17.8
Softwr n 67.34 +.80 +23.9
Tech n 69.65 +1.07 +5.8
Telecom n 51.56 +.57 +28.2
Trans n 54.20 +3.02 +13.4
UtilGrpn 56.06 +1.01 +26.5
Wireless n 7.23 +.07 +6.5
Fidelity Spartan:
Equtlndlnvn 51.31 +.95 +16.1
ExtMktlndlnv 40.18 +1.07 +14.0
500ndxlnv nr100.17 +1.85 +16.0
Intllndxlnv 45.01 +.84 +22.5
TolMktAndlnv 40.65 +.83 +16,6
Fidelity Spart Adv:
EqlndxAdv 51.31 +.95 +16.1
InllAdvr 45.02 +.85 +22.6
50OAdvr 100.18 +1.86 +16.1
ToIMkIAdV r 40.65 +.63 +15.7
First Amar FdsY:
CoreBond 180.95 +,03 +4.4
Eqylnco np 15.41 +.21 +19.1
EqldxI np 26.81 +.50 +15.9
Inlln 15.53 +.23 +17.3
MdCpGrOp 42.81 +1.07 +8.5
First Eagle:
GlobalA 46.55 +.69 +17.1
OverseasA 25.41 +.35 +17.4
First Investors A
BIChipAp 24.22 +.43 +14.2
GlobalAp 7.71 +.12 +15.4
Gov+A p 10.68 +.04 +3,3
GrolncAp 16.12 +,36 +13.3
IncomeA p 3.10 +,01 +10.4
InvGrdA p 9.47 +.03 +4.1
MATFAp 11.67 +.01 +3.1
MITFAp 12.12 +.01 +3.3
MidCapAnp 30.17 +.01 +7.7
NJTFA p 12.75 +.01 +3.2
NYTFAp 14.24 +.01 +3.1
PATFA p 12.78 +.01 +3.5
SpSitA p 23.36 +.56 +17.5
TaxExptA p 9.79 ... +2.9
TolRotAp 15.45 +.22 +9.4
ValueB p 6.08 +.14 +16.6
Firsthand Funds:
GlobTech 4.57 +.10 +7.3
Tech Value n 38.37 +.75 +7.9
Frank/Temp Fmk A:
AGEApx 2.13 -.01 +9,2
AdJUS px 6,88 +.01 +4.2
ALTFAp 11,41 +.01 +4.0
AZTFAp 11.06 +.02 +4.8
Ballnvp 69.73 +2.16 +16.6
CAHYB01p 10.49 +.02 +6.2
CallnsAp 12.65 +.02 +4.3
CA IntlrmA p 11.47 +.01 +3.6
CalTFrApx 7.31 -.01 +5.4
CapGrA 12,10 +,21 +8.7
COTFAp 12.00 +.02 +4.8
CT0TFA p 11.05 +,02 +4,3
CtlSecAp 16.86 +.28 +12.8
Dbl TxFr6A 11.94 +,02 +4.8


DynaTechA 27.57 +.48 +2.8
EqlncA p 22.31 +.44 +17.0
FedInterm p 11.36 .. +3.6
FedTxFrA px 12,07 -.03 +4.8
FlexCapGrA 44.17 +1.04 +6.2
FIRIDApx 10.08 ... +5.9
FLTFAp 11.85 +.01 +4.4
FoundFAl p 14.26 +.20 +18.7
GA TFA p 1209 +.01 +4.4
GoldPrM A 31.58 +.33 +9.3
GrowthA p 43.31 +.93 +17.0
HY TFA p 10.97 +.01 +7.1
IncoSerA px 2.67 ... +17.5
InsTFA p 12.23 +.01 +4.2
NYIntmlTF p 10.65 +.01 +3.2
LATFAp 11.53 +.02 +4.8
LMGvSecA x 9.88 +.02 +3.7
MD TFA p 11.73 +.02 +4.5
MassTFAp 11.86 +.01 +4.2
MlchTFA p 12.15 +.01 +4.0
MNInsA 12.07 +.02 +4.2
MOTFAp 12,25 +.02 +4.6
NJTFA p 12,11 +.02 +4.6
NYInsA p 11.53 +,01 +4.1
NYTFApx 11.73 -.02 +4,0
NC TFAp 12.27 +.02 +4.6
OhlolTFAp 12.52 +.02 +4.4
ORTFAp 11.82 +,01 +4.2


12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn
PATFAop 10.39 +.01 +4.5
RoESocAp 2831 +1.22 +23.9
RIsDivAp 36,06 +.84 +17,6
SMCpGrA 39.31 +1.06 +6.7
Sratlinc px 10.27 -,03 +7,0
USGovApx 639 +01 +3,9
UMlltesA p 1382 +30 +23,1
VATFAp 11.78 +.02 +4,1
Frank/Tmp Fmk Adv:
IncomeAdv x 266 +.01 +17.7
Frank/Temp Fmk B:
IncomoB1 px 2.68 +`01 +17.3
IncomeB Ix 2.67 +.01 +17,0
Frank/Temp Fmk C:
FoundFAlp 14.06 +.20 +18.0
IncomeC Ix 2.69 +M01 +17.3
Frank/Temp Mtl A&B:
BeaconA 17.16 +.30 +21.8
DiscovA 31.30 +.59 +23.4
EuropnA p 25.23 +.62 +27.6
QualifiedA t 22.53 +.42 +20.3
SharesA 26.67 +.45 +18.7
Frank/Temp MtI C:
DscCI 31.06 +.58 +22.6
SharesCI 26.37 +.44 +18.0
Frank/TempTemp A:
DevMkA p 28.51 +.59 +18.9
ForeignA p 13.98 +.28 +17.7
GIBondA p 10.93 +03 +9,1
GISmCoA p 9.43 +.24 +20.0
GrowthA p 26.19 +.47 +20.9
IntlxEM p 20.29 +.46 +22.9
WoridA p 19.91 +.35 +19.0
Frank/Temp Tmp Adv:
FrgnAv 13.93 +.28 +18.0
G0thAv 26.22 +.47 +21.2
Frank/Temp Tmp B&C:
DevMklC 27.93 +.57 +18.1
ForgnC p 13.78 +.28 +16.9
GrwthC p 25.55 +.46 +20.0
GE Elfun S&S:
S&S ncomen 11.11 +.03 +4.8
S&S PM n 47.34 +.84 +15.9
TaxEx 11.68 +.02 +4.6
Truslsn 52.84 +.95 +12.3
GE Instl Funds:
InlEq n 16.90 +.42 +21.0
GMOEmMkVr 21.02 +M3 .+20.0
GMO Trust II:
Foreign 18.65 +30 +22.7
GMO Trust III:
EmgMKr 21,09 +38 +20.0
Foreign 18.73 +,30 +22.7
lntlGrEq 31.49 +.60 +18.9
Int+lntrVal 35.21 +.70 +21.6
IntiSmCo 13.22 +.31 +21.3
TxMgdInlE 20.80, +40 +20.9
USQtyEqty 22.49 +.34 +13.5
USCoreEqty 15.27 +29 +10.7
GMO Trust IV:
CorePlusBd 10.43 +.03 +6.5
EmgCnDI 10.58 +.08 +13.0
Emerkt 21,03 +.38 +20.0
Foreign 16.73 +.30 +22.8
IntlCoreEq 39.37 +.76 +20,6
IntllntrVal 35.19 +.70 +21,7
GMO1TustVl:
EmgMkts r 21.04 +.38 +20.1
InfllndxPlus 25.10 +.09 NS
IntlCoreEq 39.36 +.7791 NS
USCoreEq 15.24 +.29 +10.8
USQtyEqty 22,49 +.34 NS
Gabelll Funds:
Asset 49.25 +1.06 +21.9
Eqlnc px 21.48 +.37 +18.2
Growth AAA 31.39 +.61 +5.2
Gartmore Fdsa.D
Bondx 9.51 +.02 +4.7
GvtBdDx 10.13 +.02 +4.0
GrowthD 7.93 +.18 +9.4
NatlonwD 19.50 +.38 +14.7
TxFre rx 10,38 ..- +3.2
Gartmore Fds Inst:
Intldx In 1109 +.21 +22.7
MdCpMkldxl n 16.02 +.45 +9.7
NwBdldxl nx 10.72 +.03 +4.1
S&PS001nstl n 12.36 +.23 +16.0
Gartmora Fds Serv:
IDModAggp 11.23 +.19 NA
IDMod p 11.07 +.16 NA
Gateway Funds:
Gateway 27.48 +.17 +10.3
Glenmede Funds:
Intl 21.22 +.40 +22.6
Goldman Sachs A:
CapGrA 22.72 +.41 +6.8
GrIStrA 13.21 +.20 +12.7
GrIncA 30.13 +.63 +21.7
GrthOppsA 22.60 +.68 .+7.3
GrSIrA 14.93 +.2 +15.6
HiYleldA 8.17 ... +11.4
HYMunlAp 11.52 +.01 +7.5
MidCapVAp 4035 +.91 +16.9
SmaCapA 45.50 +1.24 +12.8
StrOlntt p 15.14 +.34 +23.7
Goldman Sachs Inst:
CoreFxc 9.82 +.03 +4.1
EmoMkEq 24.41 +.57 +16.4
HiYield 8.18 ,- +11.8
HYMunI 11.52 +.01 +7.9
MidCapVal 40.66 +.92 +17.4
StruLgVa 14.94 +.30 +17.5
Structln5l 15.47 +.35 +24.2
GuldeStone Funds:
CpOppGS4 16.36 +.28 +10.7
GlbIEqGS4 17.68 +.37 +1286
GrlncoGS4 14.80 +.19 +.5
GrEqGS4 18,47 +.411 +3.5
lntlEqGS4 19.32 +.33 +186
MdDurGS4 1337 +.06 +4.1
YVaiI S4 ,15.12 +.43 +18.9 ,
Harbor Funds:
Bond 11.55 +.05 +3.7
CapApplnstn 34.23 +.59 +3.0
InllnvI 62.85 +1.24 +25.6
Inltnr 63.34 +1.26 +26.0
SCpVllnst 21.89 +.62 +6.3
Harding Loevner:
EmgMpksr 45.15 +.87 +18.4
Hartford Fds A:
AdrsA p 17.34 +.29 +10.5
CapAppA p 38.49 +.58 +12.4
DivGthA p 21.37 +.47 +18.9
FItateA px 10.15 ... +7.0
MidCapAp 23.48 +.72 +12.0
SmICoAlp 21.68 +.58 +9.1
Hartford Fds B:
CapAppBpn 34,95 +.52 +11.5
Hartford Fds C:
CapAppCl 35.12 +.53 +11.6
FRtIRaletIeCx 10.14 .. +6.2
Hartford HLS IA:
CapApp 54.34 +.83 +13.5
DiscplEqty 14.42 +.28 +13.3
Div&Grwth 23.25 +.51 +19.7
GlblLdrs 20.67 +.31 +10.5
GrwthOpp 30.93 +.55 +9.2
Advisers 22.98 +.3B +11.1
Stock 53.86 +1.20 +14.8
Index 33.08 +.61 +15.8
IntlOpp 15.57 +.28 +20.3
MidCap 28.44 +.87 +12.9
TotalRetBd 11.26 +.04 +5.0
Hartford HLS IB:
Advisors p 23.16 +.38 +10.6
CapApprecp 54.04 +.82 +13.2
Div&Grop 23.18 +.51 +19.4
ToLRetp 11.21 +.04 +4,6
Heartland Fds:
Value 51.89 +1.06 +19.0
Henderson GlbI Fds:
lInlOppAtp 24.12 +. +622.8
Hennesey Funds:
CorGrow 18.57 +.18 +2.4
ComGlroll 30.90 +1.17 +1.5
Heritage Funds:
MIdCStkA p 29.03 +.64 +14.4
HollBalFd 16.46 +.1 0 +10.4
Hotchkle & Wiley:
CoreValul 14.94 +.44 +18.1
LgCpVal 28.30 +.81' +16.5
LgCapValAp 26.21 +.81 +16.2
MdCpValAp 31.08 +1.12 +18.4
MIdCpVal 31.28 +1.13 +18,7
HussmnSlrGr 15.55 -.09 +1.6
ICON Fds:
Energy 31.41 +.9B -4.9
Hlthcare 17.39 +.35 +2.9
ING Funds Cl A:
IntValA p 20,94 +.30 +25.2
RusslaAp 63.01 +1.13 +44.7
ING Partners:
JPMFIntln 1 6.63 +.23 +17.8
SBAggGrl n 50.55 +1.06 +.68
TRP~rEqln 60.81 +1.02 +13.1
INGT,M,Q&l:
IndVall 20.84 +.30 +25.8
ISI Funds:
NoAm px 7.27 ,.. +2.8
IXIS Advisor Cl A:
TarEqy 130.9 +.29 +8.,2
Ivy Funds:
AsselSrA p 20.35 +.25 +12.2
GINalRsA p 30.55 +1.04 +14.7
GibNaltResCp2.19 8 +.95 +13.9
JPMorgan A Class:
Inv Bal p 12.90 .13 +10.1
InvGrlnAp 14.70 +.19 +12.2
MdCpVBl p 26.52 +.571 +16.8
JP Morgan Instl:
MidCapVai n 26.91 +.58 +17.4
JPMorgan Select:
Bond x 9.23 ... +4.5
InllEq 38.37 +.54. +16.3
InteApdOr 23.31 +.44 +9.6
MdCpValu ... +17.1
ShtTmBd X 9.50 -.03 +4.6
9USEquuy 11.68 +.1B +18.3
JPMorgan Sal CIs:
CoreBond x 10,54 .. +4.4
CorePluoBd nx 7.69 -.01 +4.5
Eqlndx 32.99 +.62 +15.9
GovBondx 10.02 +.01 +3.8
HIYIdBond x 8.58 -.04 +12.6
IntmdTFBax 10.57 -.02 +3.3
In1Eql 28.49 +.55 +22.8
InlrdAmer 28.64 +.6B +15.8
LgCapVal 17.44 +.33 +20.1
MItCpMkNeur 11.12 +.01 +8.2
Muallnc81 x 9.70 -.02 +3.6
SmCpCore 49.02 +1,32 +9.5


TaxFrBondnx 12.61 -.01 +3.B
Janus:
Balanced n 24.77 +.291 +9.9
Contrarian 17.95 +.45. +26.9
Enterpr 50.12 +1.29, +13.7
FedTxEx n 6.07 +.01 +4.0
FIxBond 9.39 +.03J +4.5
Fund 29,03 +.67 +10.6
FundamEq 26.26 +.44, +5.5
GI LieSOcl nr 20.50 +.381 -1.3
GITachr 13.16 +.11 +3.5
Grthilncn 38.72 +.69 +3.3
Mercury n 26.32 +.86 +12.2
MdCpVllnst 24.79 +.57 +16.1
MIdCapVal 24.68 +.56 +15.9
Orion 10.35 +.21 +17.5
Overseas nr 47.28 +,85 +34.3
ShTmBd 2.8 ... +4.3
SCVInsI 26,84 +.631 +10.7
SCVInv 26.60, +.62! +10.4
Twenty 56.09 +1.131 +12,3
Ventur 64,67 +1,62 +18,0
WrddWnr 52,01 +61.1i +18,6
Janus Adv S Shrs:
Forty 31,74 +,691 +12,0
Janus Aspen Instl:
Balanced 28.30 +.331 .10.1
WorldwGrn 33.47 +.74, +19.1


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


JennisonDryden A:
BlandA 20.05 +.39
GmwrothA 16.87 +.29
HIYIdA p 5.82
InsuredA 10.72 +.02
UliiltyA 14.47 +.27
ValueA p 21.49 +.43
JennisonDryden B:
GrowlhB 15.38 +.27
HiYIdB nt 5.81
InsuredB 10.73 +.02
JennisonDryden Z&h:
GrowthZ 17.38 +.30
Jensen J 27.46 +.28
John Hancock A:
BondA p 14.81 +.05
ClassicVal p 2.28 +.52
RgBkA 38.00 +.75
StIlncA p 6.54 +.01
USGibLdrsn 29,30 +.40
John Hancock B:
SIrlncB 6,54 +.01
John Hancock C11:
LSAggress 16.04 +.32
LSBalance 14.57 +.21
LS Consenr 13.37 +.10
LSGrowtlh 14.98 +.26
LS Moder 13.67 +.15
Julius Baer Funds:
IntlEql r 44.31 +.99
IntlEqA 43.39 +.96
InllEqll Ir 15.54 +.36
KeelSmCp p 26.71 +.79
Kinetics Funds:
Paradigm 26.65 +.17
LSV ValEq n 19.73 +.48
Laudus Funds:
IntlMMstrl 21.15 +.47
IntlSrnCpn 21.73 +.43
Lazard Insti:
EmgMktl 20.93 +.42
Legg Mason: Fd
Opply FIp 20.658 +.67
OpportTr t 20.20 +.65
Splnv np 40.23 +.93
ValTr p 73,68 +1.53
Legg Mason Instl:
ValTrFIp 80.48 +1.69
ValTrinst 82.01 +1.73
Legg Mason Ptrs A:
AgGrAp 119.26 +2.90
ApprAp 15.64 +.21
CapincAx 17.15 +.21
FdValAp 16.45 +.33
HIIncAt 6,99
IntAIICpGrA p 14.67 +.21
LgCapGAp 24.37 +.36
MgMuA p 15.58 +.01
Legg Mason Ptrs B:
AgGrBtI 105.70 +2.56
ApprBI 15.24 +.21
CaplncB IX 17.00 +.22
FdValBt 15.33 +.30
LgCapGB I 22.72 +.33
Legg Mason Ptrs C:
AggGrC 106.67 +2.58
Legg Mason Ptra I:
AggGrol t 124.56 +3,05
LgCapGrol 25.24 +.37
Legg Mason Pti O0:
Equity 16569 +.27
Legg Mason Ptrs 1:
vStrell 18.60 +.27
Groinc 1 X 14.68 -2.97
Leuthold Funds:
Coralnvsl n 19,01 +.23
Longleaf Partners:
Partners 35.87 +.40
Ino n 19,39 +.21
SmCap 30.95 +.27
Loomis Seyles:
LSBondl 14.30 +.05

LSBondR 14.26 +.05
StrlncA 14.83 +.06
Lord Abbett A:
AffillatdA p 15.54 +.29
AIIValueA 12.69 .26
BalanStratA 11.98 .16
BondDebAp 8.09 +.04
GIIncAp 6.74 +.02
HYMun6dp 15.94 +.01
MdCapApx 22.75 +.05
RsSmCpA 30.24 +.83
RsAmVal p 13.58 +.25
Lord Abbett B:
AlildB p 15.59 .29
BdDbB p 6.10 +.04
Lord Abbett C:
AllildC p 15.56 +.29
BdDbC p 86.10 +.03
MdCapVIC px21.73 +.03
Lord AbbettY:
Af6Y 15.58 +.30
MdCapVI px 22.72 +.06
RschSmCpY 31.67 +.87
M Funds:
Brandeslns 24.79 +.37
MFS Funds A:
InllDIverA 15.93 +.33
MITA 21.20 +.41
MIGA 14.07 +.23
BondA 12.57 +.03
EmGrA 38.54 +.71
GrAIIA 15.15 +.28
GrOpA 9.66 +.17
HiincA 3.93
IntNwDA 27.97 +.57
MuBdA 10.40
MuHA t 8.49
MuFLA 10.07
ResSondA 9.96 +.02
RschA 24.79 +.57
ReschlntA 19.69 +.44
TotRA x 16.48 +.23
UiLIAx 16.86 +.38
ValueA 27.49 +.60
MFS Funds B:
MA ITB 20.73 +.40
MIGB 12.76 +.21
GvScB 9.38 +.03
HilnB 3.94
MulnB 8.55
TotRBx 16.48 +.25
ValueB 27.32 +.59
MFS Funds C:
TotRtCx 16.54 +.24
ValueC 27.29 +.60
MFS Funds I:
InINwDI 28.53 +.58
ResrchBdl 9.97 +.03
ReinT 20.20 +.45
SIraGrthIl 21.46 +.32
Valuel 27.61 +.60
MFS Funds Inst:
InllEqty 20.48 +.45
MainStay Funds A:
HIYIdBdAx 6.52 -.03
MalnStay Funds B:
CpAppB t 30.83 +.72
ConvBt 15.14 +.22
GoVtBtx 8.13 -.01
HIYIdBBIx 6.49 -.02
IntIEqB 15.86 +.28
SmCpGrB p 15.80 +.56
TotRtB I 18.96 +.30
MainStay Funds I:
ICAP Eqty 45.78 +1.09
ICAP SelEq 42.33 +.94
S&P5001dx 33.40. +.61
SmICpOppI 21.27 +,.56


Mair & Power:
Growth n 79.17 +1.50
Managers Funds:
Fremon!Bdn 10.17 +.03
SpclEq 86.26 +2,13
Bond n 24.74 .13
Marsico Funds:
Focus p 20.27 +.35
Growp 21.19 +.44
21stCentp 16.07 +.29
MassMutual Prem:
IntlEqS 16,53 +.32
Master Select:
Intl 19.26 +.49
Matthews Asian:
AslanG&l 19.31 +.46
China 24.98 +.26
PacTiger 24.26 +41
Mellon Funds:
BondFundx 12.25
EmgMkts 21,32 +.37
InIlFund 17,26 +.26
LrgCapStkx 11.09 +.18
MIdCapStk 13.55 +.34
Mellon Inst Funds:
InllEq1y 43.24 +.66
MergerFd n 15,80
Meridian Funds:
Growth 41.25 +.90
Value 36.67 +.65
Metro West Fds:
TotRelBd 9.69 +.02
TotalRetBondl 9.69 +.02
Midas Funds:
Midas Fd n 4.32
Monetta Funds:
Monett n 13.39 +.33
MontagGr I 25.87 +.37
Morgan Stanley A:
DtGthA 21.32 +.33
EqtyWtdAp 43.24 +1.00
FocusGroA 29,42 +.65
GlobDIvA 18.34 +.29
US GvtA 8.94 +.02
Morgan Stanley B:
ODlGthB 21.47 +.33
FocusGrowB 27.35 +.60
GIbDivB 16.55 +.29
StralB 20.37 +.29
MorganStanley Inst:
Actint n 15.43 +.32
EmMkt n 29.77 +.64
CrPIFInstn 11.30 +.03
GIValEqA n 20.73 +.36
IntlSmCpAn 24.99 +.51
IntlEq n 20.94 +.39
IntlEqBnp 20.75 +.38
LtdDurPt nx 10.25 -.03
MCapGr n 29.02 +.94
MCGrAdv p 28.29 +.91
SmICoGrAn 13.78 +.30
USLgCpGrA 21.25 +.43
USRealn 31.01 +.76
Muhlenkmpn 88.85 +2.61
Under Funds A:
InternetA 21.68 +.36
MdCpCGr t 26.17 +.78
Mutual Series:
BeaconZ 17.26 +.29
DiscZ 31.64 +.61
EuropZ 25.65 +.64
QualfdZ 22.66 +.42
SharesZ 26.66 +.45
Neuberger&Berm Inv:
Focus n 32.21 +.47
Genesis n 34.30 +.75
GeneslnstI 47.01 +1.02
Guardnn 19.39 +.23
Inl r 24.56 +.43
Partner n 32.00 +1.11
Neuberger&sermTr:
Genesis n 49.06 +1.66
Panner n 24.70 +.85
Nicholas Group:
Highlnd s 10.82 +.02
%NIcden 59.89 +1.31
Northeast Investors:
Trust 7.90 +.02
Northern Funds:
Rxin n 9.82 +.03
HiYFxIncm n 8.23
Int[Eqkld r
IntGrEqn 13.43 +.30
LrgCapVal 13.89 +.19
SmICapldxn 11.02 +.29
Techny rn 1248 +.25
Nuveen Cl A:
HY$dMuBdI 22.76- +.06
Nuveen Cl C:
HYMunBa t 22.74 +.06
Nuveen CI R:
InMun R 10.78 +.03
InTmDurMuBd 8.97 +.02
HYMuniBad 22.77 +.06
Oak Assoc Fds:
Wh tOakSiGr n33.16 +.60
Oakmark Funds I:
Eqltyncr 26.32 +.31
Globall r 25.8 +.43
Inu I r 25.73 +.40
InloSmCp r 23.53 +.47
COalnaktr 47.35 +1.11
Select r 34.38 +.76
Old Mutual Adv iI:
Tech&ComZnl13.16 +.20
Old Westbury Fds:
Ing n 13.96 +.20
RealRetum 11.92 +.20
Olstein Funds:
AlICapValuC 17.79 +.35
Oppenheimer A:
AMTFrMuA 10.29 +.02
AMTFrNY 13.23 +.03
CAMunLA p 11.67 +.02
CapAppA p 47.65 +.76
CaplncAp 13.42 +.13
CharmplncAp 9.61 .
DevMklAp 41.73 +.82
DiscFdwp 48.52 +1.55
EquItyA 11.20 +.21
GlobalAp 74.49 +.85
GIblOppA 36.82 +.78
GoMldp 28.98 +.26
GrowthA p 32.47 +.61
nAuBdA p 6.93 +.04
IntGrow p 28.60 .+.51
IntlSmICoA 27.11 +.43
LTGovAp 9.92 +.01
LtdTrmMu 15.90 +.01
MnSIFdA 41.57 +.76
MalnStrOpAp 15.10 +29
MnSISCpAt p 23.00 +.64
MidCapA 19.48 +.51
PAMunlAp 12.99 +.01
StMdCpVIA 3.46 +.82
StIrncA p 4.29 +.02
USGvl p 9.39 +.03
ValueAp 26.85 +.48
Oppenheimer B:
AMTFrMuB 10.25 +.02
AMT-FrNY 13.23 +.03
CapIncBt 13.27 +.13
CharmplncB I 9.60 .
Equity B 10.64 +.20
GloblB t 69.25 +.78
MnStFdB 40.41 +.75
StrlncB 1I 4.30 +.02
Oppenhelmer C&M:
DeovMktCt 40.81 .+.80
GlobalC p 70,47 +.79
IntllBondC 5.91 +.04
MnStFdC 40.29 +.74


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12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rln
SIrlncC I 4.28 +.02 +5.8
OppenhelmQ Guest:
QBalA 19.25 .43 +13.0
QBalanC 18.89 +.42 +12,1
QBatonB 186B +.42 +12.1
QOpplyA 30,56 +.38 +11,9
Oppenheimer Roch:
LItdNYAp 3.38 ... +50
LtdNYC I 3.30 +,01 +4.2
RoNtMuC I 12,81 +.02 +9.2
RoMu A p 18.72 +.04 +7,8
RoMuoB 18.70 +.04 +6.8
RoMuoCp 18.69 +.03 +6,8
RcN8IMuA 12.83 +.02 +10.0
PIMCO Admin PIMS:
ShtTmAd p 9.94 ... +4.1
TolRetAd n 10.33 +.04 +3.7
PIMCO Instl PIMS:
AlAsset 12.61 +.10 +4.7
CommodRR 13.80 +.20 -3.9
DevLocMkr 10.59 +.07 +6.0
Diverinco 11.07 +.01 +6.9
EmMktsBd 10.97 +.07 +8.2
Fllglncr 10.59 +.02 +9.0
FrgnBdUndr 9.95 +.05 +3.7
FrgnBd n 10.14 +.02 +3,2
GlobalBddn 9.63 +.05 +3.8
HIYId n 9.90 .. +8.7
LowDurn 9.87 +.01 +3,6
LTUSG0n 10.46 +.07 +1,5
ModDuron 9.90 +.03 +3.6
RealRelurn 10.98 +.08 -2.9
RealRetlnsll 10.63 +.05 +0.4
ShortT 9.94 ... +4.4
TotRet n 10.33 +.04 +3.9
TRIIn 9.80 +.03 +3.5
TRIll n 9.15 +.03 +3.8
PIMCO Funds A:
All Asset p 12.54 +.09 +4.0
CommodRR p 13.70 +.20 -4.4
LowDurA 9.87 +.01 +3.2
RealRetAp 10.63 +.05 -0.1
TolRtA 10.33 +,04 +3.4
PIMCO Funds B:
ToRtB I 10,33 +.04 +2.7
PIMCO Funds C:
AIIAssetC I 12,45 +.09 +3,3
CommRR p 13.56 +.20 -5.1
RealRtIC p 10.63 +.05 -0,6
ToIlRtC t 10.33 +.04 +2,7
PIMCO Funds D:
CommodRR p 13.71 +.20 -4.4
RealRtn p 10.63 +.05 -0.1
TotlRtnp 10,33 +.04 +3.6
Pax World:
Balanced 24.96 +.42 +9.3
Paydenfunds:
CoreBond x 10.08 .. +2.2
PennMutCp 11.19 +.27 +9.1
PhoenlxFunds A:
BalanA 14.82 +.21 +12,5
CapGrthA 15.95 +.30 +3,0
In1tA 14.14 +.30 +19.4
MuISStAp 4.74 +.01 +6,2
RealE A 39.61 +1.00 +39.8
Pioneer Funds A:
CullenVal 20.42 +.32 +15.9
BondA p 9.07 +.03 +3.8
EqlncA p 32.82 +.72 +24.6
EuroSelEqA 42.78 +.74 +26.7
GrowthAp 14.02 +.21 +11.8
HighYMdAp 11.06 +.08 +10.9
IntlValA 24.94 +.48 +17.8
MdCpGrA 15.86 +.36 +8.8
MdCpVaA p 23.49 +.53 +13.6
PionFdAp 49.52 +1.05 +17.3
TaxFreeAp 11.70 +.02 +5.0
ValueAp 17.12 +.24 +14.2
Pioneer Funds B:
HIYieldBt 11.11 +.08 +10.2
MidCapValB 19.98 +.45 +12.6
Pioneer Funds C:
HiYIdC t 11.22 +.08 +10.3
Price Funds Adv:
Eqtylnc p 30.18 +.61 +19.3
Growth pn 32.18 +.55 +13.7
HiYId p 7.07 ... +9.6
Value p 27.49 +.53 +19.5
Price Funds:
Balance n 21.60 +.30 +13.6
BlueChipG n 36.68 +.56 +10.3
CafTxn 10.99 +.02 +4.5
CapAprn 21.05 +.33 +14.4
DivGro n 25.98 +.50 +17.5
EmgEurope 33.13 + 97 +20.0
EmMMS n 32..0 +.57 +20.0
Eqlnc n 30.24 +.61 +19.6
Eqldxn 38.88 +.71 +15.7
Europe n 20.77 +.50 +26.0
GNM n 9.34 +.03 +3.9
Growth n 32.43 +.55 +13.9
Gwthln n 22.63 +.43 +15.1
HLthSd n 27.17 +.58 +8.5
HiYIdn 7.08 ... +9.8
ForEqn 20.81 +.35 +15.6
InYdn o 9.49 +.05 +4.4
InODisn 48.73 +1.04 +22.1
In SGr&nc 17.92 +.33 +25.6
IntStkn 17.14 +.30 +15.5
Japan n 11.10 +.07 -5.5
Lalt utn 39.13 +1.14 +33.9
MdShtIn 5.11 ... +2.5
MdTxFr2n 10.62 +.01 +4.2
MedR l 0n 45.56 +.45 +29.7
MldCap0 n 55.65 +1.15 +6.9
MCapVaIn 26.11 +.53 +19.3
NewAm n 32.24 .68 +7.6
N Asia n 14.50 +.23 +31.1
NSwEr n 46.43 +1 39 +7.3
NwHrzn n 3361 +92 +5.1
NeS ncoi n 8.88 +.03 +4.3
NYxF'n 11.30 +.02 +4.4'
PSBa n 20.42 +.25 +11.6
PSGrown 25.95 +.39 +13.7
PSincon 16,05 +.15 +9.5
RealEs n 27.53 +.56 +38.9
R2010 n 16.13 +.21 +12.2
R2015 12.60 +.16 +13.1
Relire2020n 17.70 +.28 +14.0
P2025 13.14 +.22 +14.7
R20309n 19.02 +.33 +15.3
R2040Vn 19.19 +.34 +15.3
ScITchn 21.54 +.25 +7.3
STBdn 4.689 +.01 +4,4
SmCapStkn 35.16 +.89 +9,3
SmCapValn 42.87 +1.23 +11.7
SpecGr 20.92 +.40 +15.0
Specln ne 12.12 ... +7.9
TxFreen 10,00 +.02 +4.7
TxFrHYn 12.10 +.02 +6.6
TxFrSI n 6.32 ... +3.1
US In 5.22 +.02 +2.8
US Long 11.24 +.06 +1.4
VATFn 11.61 +.01 +4.2
Value n 27.69 +.54 +19.7
Principal Funds:
LT20301n 13.89 +.22 +14.3
Principal Inv:
BdMtglnstlox 10.61 ... +4,6
DwLCBIInsl 16.36 +.27 +13.8
IntlGrthinst 12.94 +.30 +18.5
LUTm20201n 13.92 +.20 +13.5
PItrLV In 15.61 +.29 +20.4
RPrTGI In 8.50 +.11 +7.3
PtlntllIn 15.79 +.34 +21.9
SAMBaA 14.96 +.22 +10.6
SAMBalancB 14.92 +.21 +9.7
SAMBaancC114.84 +.21 +9.7
SAMGrwAp 17.15 +.29 +12.1
SAMGrCt 16.51 +.29 +11.2
SAMGrwBp 16.63 +.26 +11.2
StralGrAp 19.04 +.36 +12.9
WCslEqtyA 44.77 +1.21 +11.8
Putnam Funds A:
AmGvA p 8.81 +.02 +3.0
AABalAp 12.58 +.17 +12.2
AAGIhAp 14.47 +.24 +15.4
AZTE 9.16 +.01 +3.7
CATxA p 8.17 +.01 +4.1
ClasslcEqAp 15.36 +.35 +15.5
Convert p 20.06 +.28 +14.2
DbscGr 21.20 +.47 +9.6
DvrlnAp 9.97 +.04 +6.2
EqlnAp 18.03 +.41 +19.8
EuroEqA 30.53 +.668 +30.0
FLTxA 9.08 +.01 +3.6
GCoAp 18.34 +.25 +13.0
GIGvA p 12.80 +.02 +4.3
GIbEq1y p 11.26 +.22 +20.3
GrInAp 20.56 +.46 +17.9
HlthA p 60.75 +.85 +7.3
HIYdA p 6.17 +.03 +10.1
HYAdA p 6.32 +.08 +13.1
IncmA p 6.72 +.02 +4,2
IntlEq p 31.96 +.65 +24,2
IntlGrln p 15.92 +.39 +23.9


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
IntCapO p 37.86 +.77 +25,0
InvAp 16.79 +.35 +14.6
MITxp 8.96 .. +3.6
MNTx p 8.95 +.01 +3.6
NJTxAp 9.22 +.01 +4.3
NwOpAp 51.33 +1.32 +8.7
NwValA p 19.79 +,46 +18.5
NYTxA p 8.60 +.01 +4.0
OTCAp 9.36 +.22 +10.5
PATE 9.08 +.01 +3,8
TxExA p 8.73 +3.9
TFinAp 14.76 +.01 +3.4
TFHYA 13.06 +.01 +5.8
USGvAp 13.03 +.05 +3,9
UIIA p 13.78 +.31 +26.8
VslaAp 11.70 +.31 +3.4
VoyA p 18.88 +.35 +8.0
Putnam Funds B:
CapAprt 21.87 +.53 +12.3
ClassicEqBt 15.23 +.34 +14.7
DiscGrth 19.37 +.43 +9.0
DvrlnB t 9.89 +.04 +5.4
Eqlncl 17.86 +,40 +18.9
EuEqtyB 29.59 +.63 +29.0
FLTxBI 9.08 +.01 +3.0
GBoBt 18,14 +.24 +12.2
GlncB t 11.96 +.02 +3.4
GIbEqlyI 10.29 +.21 +19.4
GINtRst 28.00 +.74 +8.3
GrnB t 20.22 +.45 +17.0
HlthB1 53.89 +.75 +6.5
HiYIdB t 8.14 +.03 +9.4
HYAdvB t 6.24 +.08 +12.2
IncomeB t 6.68 +.02 +3,6
IntlEq p 30.78 +.63 +23.3
IntlGrIln 15.66 +.37 +22.9
IntlNop I 16.24 +.36 +20.8
InvB t 14,44 +.32 +13.7
NJTxB t 9.21 +.01 +3.6
NwOppB t 45,65 +1.16 +7.9
NwVal p 19.51 +.45 +17.5
NYTxB1t 8.59 +.01 +3.4
OTCBt 8.18 +.19 +9.5
TxExBIt 8.74 +.01 +3.3
TFHYBI 13.08 +.01 +5.2
TFInBt 14.78 +.01 +2.8
USGvB t 12.98 +.05 +3.1
UIIIB 13.70 +.30 +25.9
VistaB t 1011 +.27 +2.6
VoyBa 16.39 +.31 +7.2
Putnam Funds M:
Ovrlncp 9.88 +.04 +6.0
Putnam Funds Y:
Gr&lnc 20.81 +.46 +18.2
Income 6.77 +.03 +4,6
IntlEq 32.19 +.66 +24.5
Voyager 18.54 +.38 +8.3
RS Funds:
CoreEqtyA 38.38 +.84 +17.7
CoreEqVIP 34.75 +.76 +18.1
IntlGrwInthA 18.97 +.45 +18.2
RSNatResanp 31.80 +.79 -0.6
RSPartnere 36.00 +.62 +7.1
Value Fd 28.44 +.52 +16.5
Rainier Inv Mgt:
SmMCap 38.49 +1.12 +11.0
SmMCplnst 38.98 +1.14 +11.4
RiverSource A:
BalancedA 11.25 +.17 +14.9
DispEqA p 7.16 +.14 +15.1
DEI 13.05 +.27 +15.4
DivrBd 4.83 +.02 +5.4
DivOppA 9.12 +.14 +22.1
EqtyVal p 13.58 +.25 +15.8
Growth 32.59 +.28 +12.2
HiYIdBond 2.97 ... +11.1
HiYldTxExA 4.39 +.01 +4.2
IntlSelVal p 10.76 +.19 +22.4
LgCpEqA p 6.01 +.09 +15.7
MidCapGrA 11.17 +.25 +1.3
MidCpVal p 9.15 +.20 +15.2
StrtgcAIA 11.78 +.20 +14.2
RiverSource B:
DivrEqlnct 13.05 +.26 +14.5
LgCpEqBt 5.91 +.10 +14.9
Royce Funds:
LowPrSkSv r 17.24 +.39 +11.6
MIcrCapin 17.56 +.35 +11.6
Opplyl r 13.50 +.27 +11.8
PennMul m 11.90 +.29 +10.1
Premleri nr 18.41 +.50 +7.3
TotRell r 14.20 +.34 +12.4
ValPlusSvc 14.45 +.30 +11.5
Russell Funds S:
DivBondSx 23.11 +.01 +4.1
DivEqS 49.77 +1.02 +13.8
EmerMfts 20.96 +.42 +18.9
InlSecS 77.09 +1.52 +20.4
MstratlBondSxI10.27 +.01 +4.1
QuantEqS 42.10 +.64 +14.5
RESecS 59.92 +1.3B +39.9
ShortOuraBdS 18.63 +.03 +3.9
SpecdalGrS 52.37 +1.34 +10.8
Russell Inst1 I:
Eqty11 33.95 +.70 +13.8
EqtyQI1 38.57 +.75 +14.7
Intl I 48.09 +.95 +20.7
Russell LfePts C:
AggStCp 12.568 +.22 +13.6
BalStrCp 12.20 +.18 +11.3
Russell LfePts R3:
BalStratp 12.29 +.17 +11.8
Rydex Advisonr
OTCn 11.42 +.17 +5.6
SEI Portfolios:
ComreFxlnAn 10.26 +.03 +4.5
EmMIktDbtn 10.88 +.08 +10.2
EmgMktnp 17.04 +.32 +17.5
EqlndxAn 42.43 +79 +15.9
HiYId n 8.59 +.01 +10.2
InlMunIA 10.79 +.01 +3.6
IhllEqA n 14.77 +.30 +21.6
LgCGroAn 21.76 +.35 +8.2
LgCValA n 23.44 +.4 +20.3
SmCGroA n 20.75 +.55 +4.6
SmnCValA n 21.76 +.57 +16.5
TaxMgdLC 13.84 +.26 +14.0
SSgAFunds:
EmgMkI 23.67 +.50 +19.9
InllStock 14.01 +.31 +25.0
SPS00 n 23.81 +.44 +15.9
STI Classic:
CapAppln 13.22 +.19 +10.6
CapAppAp 12.54 +.19 +10.5
CapAppCp 11,686 +.17 6+9.7
ighYlIdtx 10,81 +.01 +7.6
InIEql 16.57 +.36 +21.4
InEqlndl n 1818 +.35 +22.7
LCpV1EqA 15.25 +.33 +20.5
LgCpRelVall 18.25 +.43 +18.5
QuGrStkCI 25.54 +.39 +7.0
SmCapGrIn 20.75 +.46 -3.2
TxSenGrl np 27.58 +.41 +6.0
SandsCapGrol 11.69 +.21 -0.3
Schroder Funds:
NAmEqnv n 12.36 +.22 +14.3
Schwab Funds:
CoreEqly 19.09 +.37 +17.0
HedgeEqSeIr 16.05 +.13 +10.4
IntlSSr 21.97 +.36 +21.1
1000lnvyr 42.31 +.81 +15.8
1000Sel 42.30 +.82 +15.9
PremEqSel 13.30 +.26 +13.2
S&P Inv 22.32 +.41 +15.8
S&RSeoln 22,40 +.42 +16.0
S&PInstlSel 11,43 +.21 +16.1
SmCplnv 24.29 +.61 +12.6
SmCapSel 24.31 +.61 +12.8
TotBond 9.80 +.03 +4.7
YldPisIln 9.69 ... +5.4
YIdPisSel 9.69 ... +5.7
Selected Funds:
AmerShsD 46.93 +.79 +16,6
AmShsS p 46.90 +.78 +16.2
Seligman Group:
ComunAt 33.80 +.66 +14.5
FrontlerAt 13.70 +.0 +13.5
FrontlerD t 11.66 +.26 +12.6
GlbSmCoA 17.67 +.42 +12.2
GlobTechA 16.45 +.25 +11,2
HIYBdA p 3.40 +9.3
Sentinel Group:
ComStkAp 33.68 +.61 +15.7
SmCoA p 7.72 +.17 +11.0
Sequoila 157.53 +3.74 +12.2
Sit Funds:
LargeCpGrn 41.63 +.73 +10.0
SoundShn 39.76 +.81 +17.1
St FarmAssoc:
Balan n 56.13 +.76 +12.5
Gwthn 58.23 +1.14 +16.7
Stratton Funds:
Dvidendmnx 41.04 +.47 +28.0
Multi-Cap 43.54 +1.31 +1.0
SmCap 49.54 +1.26 +7.1


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


CORN (CBOT)
9,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Mar 07 403.00 405.00 394.00 402.00 +4.00
May07 415.00 417.00 406.00 414.00 +5.00
Jul 07 422.00 424.00 413.00 421.00 +4.00
Sep07 407.00 408.00 401.00 407.00 +4.00
Dec 07 397.00 399.00 390.00 397.00 +4.00
Mar 08 404.00 404.00 397.00 403.00 +4.00
May08 405.00 407.00 404,00 405.00 +4.00
Est. sales 175,959. ThulS12s sales 217,699
Thuaues open int. 1,483,498, -294
OATS (CBOT)
5,000 bu minlmum- cents per bushel
Mar 07 258.00 259,00 252.00 258.00 +1.00
May 07 266.00 266.00 260.00 265.00 -.00
Jul07 269.00 272.00 266.00 271.00 -.00
Sep07 263.00 263.00 261.00 261.00
Dec 07 250.00 250,00 248.00 250.00
Mar 08 255.00 -1.00
May08 255.00 +45.00
Est. sales 1,546. ThuRas sales 1,840
Thu/es open Int. 18,405, -246
WINTER WHEAT (KCBT)
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Mar07 484.00 488.00 481.00 487.00 -.00
May 07 495.00 498.00 491.00 497.00 -.00
Jul07 497.00 500.00 493.00 498.00 -.00
Sop 07 502.00 506,00 500.00 506.00 -1.00
Dec 07 512.00 517,00 511.00 515.00 -.00
Mar 08 523.00
May 08 492.00
Est. sales 8,458. Thu'mes sales 12,866
Thu" ia2s open Int. 118,523, +1,139
COTTON 2 (NYBT)
50,P00 lbs.- cents per b:
Mar 07 53.50 54.10 53,50 53.89 +.32
May 07 54.35 54.90 54.30 54.87 +.30
Jul07 55.30 55.90 55.30 55.80 +.39
Oct07 58,15 +.43
Dec 07 59.25 59.75 59.15 59.49 +.26
Mar08 61.10 61.35 61.10 61.35 +.25
May 08 61.75 +.30
Est. sales 16,158. Thul2ss sales 23,475
Thushas open Int. 191,241, -633
COCOA (NYBT)
10 metllo tons- $ per ton
Mar 07 1645 1658 1626 1631 -10
May07 1681 1689 1661 1666 -10
Jul07 1702 1710 1689 1689 -11


Sap07 1720 1730 1709 1709 -11
Doc07 1748 1748 1729 1729 -11
Mar 08 1748 -11
May08 1772 1781 1767 1767 -11
Est. sales 13,966. Thutes sales 21,329
ThuktBes open Int. 141,826, +3,287
SUGAR-WORLD 11 (NYBT)
112,000 tbs,- cents per lb.
Mar07 10.58 10.63 10.49 10.50, -.13
May 07 10.77 10.80 10,65 10.67 -.15
Jul 07 10.68 10.71 10.60 10.60 -.12
Oct07 10.87 10.92 10.81 10.81 -.12
Mar08 11.38 11.40 11.26 11.27 -.12
May08 11.37 11.37 11.27 11.27 -.13
Jul08 11.37 11.37 11.25 11.25 -.13
Est. sales 59,885. ThuSe's sales 91,999
Thuss open int. 693,723, +11,175
CATTLE (CME)
40,000 lbs.- cents per Ib.
Feb07 89.90 91.20 89.50 91.05 +1.23
Apr07 92.87 94.77 92.75 94.47 +1.57
Jun07 89.77 91.20 89.55 90.95 +1.30
Aug 07 87.95 89.30 87.75 89,25 +1.35
Oct 07 90.95 92.40 90.75 92.40 +1.45
Dec07 91.10 92.35 91.00 92.35 +1.20
FPb 08 91.95 93.50 91.90 93.50 +1,50
Est. sales 46,610. Thuleas sales 33,457
Thul"2as open Int. 255,683, +335
FEEDER CATTLE (CME)
50,000 Ibs.- cents per Ib.
Mar07 94,10 96.25 94,10 95.62 +.85
Apr07 97.27 97,90 96.65 97.75 +.80
May07 98.10 99,.30 97.,85 99.20 +1.15
Aug07 100.20 100,95 100,10 100,95 +.68
Sep07 99.75 100.15 99,75 99.80 +.50
Oct 07 99.50 100.20 99.45 100.20 +.50
Nov07 99.20 99.70 99.20 99.70 +.60
Est. sales 6,108. Thules sales 5,898
Thu1es open Int, 32,352, +163
HOGS-Lean (CME)
40,000 Ibs.- cents per lb.
Feb 07 64,80 65.45 64.50 65,35 +.63
Apr 07 67.70 686.70 67.40 68,.30 +,60
May 07 75,00 75,85 74.95 7575 +,43
Jun 07 77,32 78.05 76,85 77,97 +.75
Jul07 76,35 77,15 75,80 77,00 +,83
Aug 07 74.35 75,70 74.25 75.40 +,80
Oct07 66,45 68.00 668.25 67,90 +1.45
Est. sales 21,220. Thuoes sales 22,743


Thusas open Int 179,973, -1,008
GOLD (COMX)
100 troy oz.- dollars per troy oz.
Feb 07 644.90 659.30 642,00 646.20 -11,20
Mar 07 652.00 652.00 647.00 648.60 -11.50
Apr07 651.10 665,30 648.00 651.50 -11.50
Jun07 656.30 670.70 655.00 657.70 -11.60
Aug07 674.50 676.20 663.90 663.90 -11.70
Oct07 669.90 680.00 669.90 670.00 -11.80
Dec07 676,00 689.90 673.40 676.10 -11.90
Est. sales ._. Thualo sales 76,621
Thuvmos open Int. 357,129, +5,748
SILVER (COMX)
5,000 troy oz.- cents per troy oz.
Feb07 1330.0 1332.7 1330.0 1332.7 -34,5
Mar07 1335.5 1375.5 1325.5 1337.5 -35.0
Apr07 1373.5 1373,.5 1343.7 1343.7 -35.0
May 07 1343.5 1384.5 1342.0 1350.2 -35.2
Jul 07 1355.5 1395.0 1350.0 1362.0 -35,4
Sep07 1372.0 1404.0 1370.0 1373.7 -35,2
Dec07 1394.0 1414.5 1375.0 1386.8 -35.2
Est. sales.,.. ThukAes sales 17,969
Thuaes open Int. 115,513, +1,177
HI GRADE COPPER (COMX)
25,000 Ibs,- cents per Ib.
Feb07 241.05 246,50 238,50 241,00 -10.80
Mar07 242.30 254,65 238,50 242.30 -10.75
Apr 07 243,35 254.00 240.65 243.20 -10.75
May07 243.05 255.80 240.00 243,45 -10.75
Jun07 244.85 250,00 242,50 243,90 -10.55
Jul07 243.85 253.80 240,00 243.85 -10.35
Aug07 251.00 251,00 243.55 243,55 -10.05
Es. sates .... TliuRs sales 11,624
Thulss open Int, 71,830, +672
EURODOLLARS (CME)
$1 milllon-pis of 100 pct.
Feb07 94.635 94.640 94.635 94.637
Mar 07 94.630 94.635 94.625 94.630
Apr 07 94.625 94.640 94.625 94.635 +.005
May 07 94.630 94.650 94,630 94.640 +.005
Jun07 94.650 94,670 94.635 94,645 +.005
Jul07 94.670
Sep07 94.745 94.780 94,710 94.745 +.020
Est, sales ,... Thutes sales 2,702,718
Thu1'eas open Int. 9.976,399, -11,356
LUMBER (CME)
110,000 bd. ft.- $ per 1,000 bd, ft.
Mar 07 256.0 257.4 252.7 254.7 -1.0
May 07 272.1 '273.1 269.7 269.8 -.9


Jul07 285.5 286.3 283.5 286,3 +.3
Sep07 293.0 293.0 292.6 293.0 -2.0
Nov07 293.5 293.5 292.4 292.4 -.7
Jan 08 295.9 295,9 295.5 295,5 -.5
Mar 08 296.0 297.0 296.0 297.0 -3.5
Est, sales 609. Thumo s sales 1.326
Thuares open int. 9,151, +123
NATURAL GAS (NYMX)
10,000 mm btuSos, $ per mm blu
Mar 07 7,464 7.743 7.422 7.476 -.054
Apr07 7,514 7.770 7,470 7,521 -.059
May 07 7.562 7.811 7.527 7.574 -.054
Jun 07 7.658 7.860 7.608 7.654 -.050
Jul07 7.751 7.964 7.708 7.749 -.043
Aug07 7.825 8.027 7.792 7.839 -.039
Sep 07 7.943 8,050 7.860 7.886 -.042
Esl. sales.... Thu'tss sales 135,460
ThulSas open int. 893,513, -5,907
NY HARBOR GAS BLEND (NYMX)
42,000 gallons- dollars per gallon
Mar07 1.5398 1.5770 1.5200 1.5729 +.0476
Apr07 1.6980 1.7135 1.6630 1.7129 +.0431
May07 1.7143 1.7434 1.6961 1.7434 +.0431
Jun 07 1,7654 1.7679 1.7200 1.7679 +.0436
Jul07 1,7638 1.7839 1.7403 1.7839 +.0446
Aug07 1.7521 1.7879 1.7497 1.7879 +.0461
Sep07 1.7456 1.7759 1,7456 1.7759 +.0471
Est. sales .... Thus sales 44,023
Thul es open nt. 158,737,+2,148
HEATING OIL (NYMX)
42,000 gal, cents per gal
Mar07 165,52 168.70 163.90 168.40 +2,51
Apr07 166.00 169.00 164.10 168.70 +2.75
May07 166.85 169.16 164.46 169.05 +3.20
Jun07 168.00 169,90 165,28 169.90 +3.35
Jul07 167.82 171.80 167.13 171.,80 +3.50
Aug07 170.12 174.25 170.12 174,25 +3.70
Sep07 173.25 176,80 173.25 176.80 +3.90
Est sales ... Thuoes sales 71,962
ThuRaa open Int. 212,737, +386
LIGHT SWEET CRUDE (NYMX)
1,000 bbl.- dollars per bbl,
Mar07 57.74 59.25 57,05 59.02 +1.72
Apr07 58,42 59.93 57,88 59.73 +1.71
May 07 59.,32 0,62 58.64 60.48 +1.73
Jun07 59,94 61.17 59.30 61,11 +1,74
Jul07 61.22 61,66 60,00 61,66 +1175
Aug07 60,51 62,16 60.45 62.16 +1.75
Sep07 61,53 62.66 60,93 62.61 +1.76


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
SunAmerica Funds:
USGvB1 9.18 +,04 +2.2
SunAmerica Focus:
FLgCpA p 19.40 +.41 +2.2
TCW Funds:
DIvFocused 13.68 +29 +19.0
SalEqtyn 19.59 +.52 -1.4
TCW Funds N:
SelEqtyNp 19.10 +.0 -1.6
TIAA-CREF Funds:
BondPlusx 10.03 .. +4.6
Eqtylndox 10.31 +21 +15.6
Groinc 15.00 +.25 +14.8
GroEqty 10.26 +.17 +5.5
HiYIdBond x 9.28 -.04 +9.7
IntlEqty 14.46 +.41 +24,6
MgdAlIc 12,08 +.18 +11.0
ShtTmBond x 10.28 -.01 +4.4
SocChcEqty 10.92 +.23 +14.6
TaxExBondx 10.69 -.02 +3.8
Tamarack Funds:
EnterSmCp 31.04 +.77 +15.3
Value 40.28 +.61 +13.8
Templeton Instit:
EmMS p 21.03 +.45 +19.5
ForEqS 27.35 +.63 +25.9
Third Avenue Fds:
Intl r 22.05 +.09 +12.7
RealEstVal r 36.19 +.78 +29.5
SmICap n 26.31 .+.45 +8.6
Value 62.04 +1.49 +15.4
Thornburg Fds C:
IntValuC t 27.64 +.51 +18.8
Thomburg Fds:
IntllValA p 28.95 +.55 +19.7
IncBuildA t 20.64 +.20 +20.2
InllValue I 29.49 +.55 +20.1
ValueA t 40.90 +,59 +23.0
Valuel 41.50 +.60 +23,4
Thrivent Fds A:
HighYldx 5.18 +,01 +10.0
Income x 6.60 +,03 +5.2
LgCapStock 28.50 +.49 +12.4
MIdCapSIk 16.67 +.33 +11.3
MunlBd x 11.27 +.01 +3.8
Tocqueville Fds:
Gold 50.64 +.47 +14.4
Torray Funds:
Fund 42.62 +.49 +14.9
TA IDEX A:
AsAIMdGr p 13.09 +.21 +10.9
JanGrowp 25.86 ... 0.0
GrCoGlob p 30.87 +.54 +16.7
TrConHYB p 9.35 ... +9.6
TAFlexlnco p 9.43 +.04 +5.3
TA IDEX C:
AsAIModt 12.44 +.15 +8.68
AsAIModGr t 13.04 +.21 +10.3
AsAIGrowl 13.40 +.26 +11.9
Turner Funds:
MIdopGwth 30.68 +.67 +2.5
SmICpGrwIth 30.09 +.81 +7.7
Tweedy Browne:
OlobVal 31.89 +.44 +19.5
UBS Funds Cl A:
DynAlpha t 11.71 +.03 +8.1
GlobAllot 14.33 +.20 +12.7
UBS Funds Cl C:
GlobAllo p 14.06 +.20 +11.9
UBS PACE Fds P:
IntlEqtyP n 19.80 +.35 +23.4
LCGrEqtyPn 18.55 +.34 +11.0
LCGEqP n 22.09 +.46 +17.5
UMB Scout Funds:
World 33.25 +.67 +17.5
US Global Investors:
AllAm 25.82 +.64 +6.0
EstnEurop 46.23 +1.38 +16.9
GIbRscn 14.61 +.32 +4,8
GIdShr 15.65 -.02 +17.1
USChina 10.42 +.0B +23.9
WIdPrcMinn 26.89 +.17 +21.0
USAA Group:
AgsvGth n 34.82 +.73 +9.2
CA Bdn 11.03 +.02 +4.7
ComstSIr n 27.20 +.47 +13.5
GNMA 9.49 +.04 +4.1
GrTaxSIrn 14.36 +.15 +9.2
Grwthn 15.66 +.30 +1.7
Gr&lnc n 18.77 +.42 +10.8
IncStk n 17.27 +.35 +18.3
Income nx 12.08 +.01 +4.4
Intl n 27.76 +.62 +23.3
NYBd n 11.96 +.02 +4.2
PrecMM 27.91 +.24 +23.3
S&P dx n 21.72 +.40 +15,9
S&P Rewrd 21.73 +.41 +16.1
SdTech 11.77 +14 +5..6
ShITBnd n 8.85 +.01 +4.8
SmICapStkn 15.30 +.38 +14.4
STEITon 13.15 +.02 +4.2
TxELTan 13.89 +.02 +4.5
TxESh n 10.58 ... +3.3
VABd 11.52 +.02 +4.3
WdGr n 20.49 +.40 +22.5
VALUCI:
InEqty 10.49 +.19 +19.7
MidCapldx 24.41 +.69 +9.7
SdlencToch 12.74 +.09 +4.6
SmQapldx 18.49 +.49 +12.5
Stockindex 37.46 +.69 +15.6
ValicUIM' 9.69 +.14 -1.3
Value Une Fd:
Levrge Gh n 21.91 +.35 +7.1
Van Kamp Funds A:
CATFAe p 18.41 +.04 +3.8
CmstAp 19.70 +.33 +17.9
CorpBdA p 6.54 +.02 +4.0
EnruAp 14.62 +.35 +8.1
EqtylncAp 9.23 +11 +12.6
ExchFdBX 425.42 +3.63 +13.4
GIblFiro p 27.32 +744 +21.9
GvA p 9.96 +.02 +3.3
GtnAp 22.39 +.38 +16.1
HartSAp 16.00 +.14 +10.3
HighYdA 10.69 -.01 +8.3
HYMuA p 11.17 +.01 +8.1
InTFAdp 18.47 +.03 +4.1
MidCGth p 27.63 +.88 +9.5
MunlnAp 14.75 +.02 +5.2
PATFAp 17.32 +.02 +4.6
PaceFndAp 11.44 +.23 +6.2
StrOGwth 44.18 +4 +1.4
StrMunonc 13.63 +.02 +2.
US MtgeA 13.29 +.04 +3.9
UtilliyAp 22.37 +.46 +18.9
Van Kamp Funds B:
CmstB 1 19,68 +.32 +18.9
EnterpA I 13.22 +.32 +7.3
EqlncBdt 9.07 +.11 +11.7
GrCncBt 22.23 +.37 +16.2
HYMuBI 11.17 +.02 +7.3
MunInBn 14.73 +.02 +4.6
PA TFB nt 17.27 +.02 +3.8
StalGrowth 37.35 +.71 +0.7
StLMuntnc 13.62 +.02 +7.6
US MtgB 13.23 +.04 +3.1
U1i9B 22.27 +.45 +18.1
Van Kamp Funds C:
CommStkC 19.70 +.32 +17.0
EqIncCt 9.11 +.11 +11.9
Vanguard Admiral:
AssetAdmIn 66.04 +1.22 +16,5
Ba[Adml n 21.71 +.30 +11,1
CAITAdm n 10.97 +.01 +4.0
CALTAdmr 11.71 +.02 +4.9
CpOpAdIn 66.21 +1.70 +12.8
Energy n 120.46 +3.11 +5.9
EqincAdml 54.17 +1.10 +20.8
EuropAdml 86.71 +1.85 +28.8
ExplAdml 72.68 +1.92 +7.4
ExntdAdmn 40.48 +1.08 +13.3
FLLTAdm n 11.56 +.02 +4.3
500Admiln 13.52 +2.47 +16.1
GNMA Adm n 10.16 +.04 +4.3
GrolncAdm 59.96 +1.15 +15.5
GrwtMhAdmln 30.74 +.56 +10.8
HlthCaren 63.69 +1.01 +12.3
HIYldCpn 6.23 -.01 +.8.2
InflProAdn 23.15 +.12 +0.8
InsdLTAdmn 12.56 +.02 .+4.5
ITBondAdml 10.18 +,.03 +4.2
ITsryAdmI n 1069 +.03 +3.6
InltlGrAdmlI 77.72 +1.45 +21.8
ITAdml n 13,28 +.01 +4.1
ITCoAdmd 9.67 +.04 +4.9
LtdTnrmAdm 10.68 .. +3.2
LTGrAdml 9.15 +.06 +3.6
LTsiyAdml 10.99 +.06 +2.1
LTAdmln 11.25 +.01 +4.8
MCpAdmln 94.11 +2.60 +14.1
MorgAdm 60.52 +1.26 +10.9
MuHYAdmIn 10.84 +.01 +5.3
NJLTAd n 1181 +.03 +4.9
NYLTAdm 11.23 +.02 +4,6
PnnCapr 73.58 +1.30 +11.2


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
PaciAdml 83.23 +1.25 +10.9
PALTAdmon 11.28 +.02 +4.5
REITAdmlr 119.35 +2.55 +37.8
STsryAdml 10,26 +.01 +4.1
STBdAdmIn 9.87 +.01 +4.3
ShtTrmAdm 15.56 .. +3.3
STFedAdm 10.26 +.01 +4.5
STiGrAdm 10.55 +.02 +5.2
SmlCapAdml n33.81 +.88 +12.1
TxMCapr 69.62 +1.43 +15.1
TxMGrIncr 64.86 +1.20 +16.1
TIIdAdmI n 9.95 +.04 +4.6
TotSIkAdm n 35.01 .71 +15.6
USGroAdml n 48.49 +.82 +2.7
ValueAdmlin 27.09 +55 +21.6
WellslAdm n 53.21 +.53 +11.6
WelltnAdm n 56.69 +.83 +14.4
WindsorAdm n64.36 +1.14 +19.7
WdsrilAdm 63.05 +1.32 +19.2
Vanguard Fds:
AssetA n 29.41 +.54 +16.4
CAITn 10.97 .01 +4.0
CALTn 11,71 +.02 +4.8
CapOpp n 37.31 +.73 +12.6
Convtn 13.89 +.13 +9.8'
DividendGro 14.94 +.28 +19.4
Energy 64.14 +1.65 +5.8
Eqlncn 25,84 +,52 +20.7
Explorer n 78.07 +2.06 +7.2
FLLTn 11.56 +.02 +4,2
GNMAn 10.18 +.04 +4.2
GlobEq n 23.54 +.47 +21.2
GroInc n 36.72 +.71 +15.3
GrowthEq 11.51 +.27 +5.3
HYCorp n 6.23 -.01 +8.0
HlthCare n 150.88 +2.39 +12.2
InflaPro n 11.78 +.06 +0.6
IntlExpIr n 22.06 +.60 +26.9
IntlGr 24.42 +.45 +21.6
IniVal n 41.23 +.79 +21.9
ITIl Grade 9.67 +.04 +4.8
ITTsry n 10.69 +.03 +3.4
LIFECon n 16.80 +.19 +10.6
LIFEGron 24.40 +.44 +15.6
LIFEInc n 14.04 +.13 +8.1
LIFEModn 20.71 +.31 +13.1
LTInGrade n 9.15 +.06 +3.5
LTrTsyn 10.99 +.06 +2.0
Morgan n 19.51 +.40 +10.6
MuHYn 10.84 +.01 +5.2
MulnsLgn 12.56 +.02 +4.4
Mulnt n 13.28 +.01 +4.0
MuLtdn 10.68 ... +3.2
MuLongn 11.25 +.01 +4.7
MuShrtn 15.56 ... +3.2
NJLTn 11.81 +.03 +4.9
NYLT n 11.23 +.02 +4.6
OHLTTxE1 n 11.92 +.02 +4.3
PALTn 11.28 +.02 +4.4
PrecMtlIsMIn r 29.05 +.82 +20.3
PrmCpCore m 12.98 +.19 +11.3
Prmcp r 70.89 +1.25 +11.0
SalValu r 21.91 +.55 +22.4
STAR n 21.29 +.31 +11.1
STIGrade 10.55 +.02 +5.1
STFed n 10.26 +.01 +4.4
STTsryn 10.26 +.01 +3.9
StratEqn 24.90 +.70 +13.5
TgtRetlnc 10.79 +.10 +6.8
TgtReL2005 11.61 +.14 +6.8
TgtRet2025 13.31 +.23 +13.6
TgtRet2015 12.67 +.18 +11.7
TgtRet2035 14.20 +.27 +15.2
TgtRe2045n 14.66 +.27 +15.5
TaxMngdlntlml4.50 +.28 +22.8
TaxMgdSC r 26.56 +.80 +9.9
USGron 18.72 +.32 +2.5
USValue n 15.16 +.30 +14.5
Wellsly n 21.96 +.22 +11.5
Welltn n 32.82 +.48 +14.2
Wndsr n 19.07 +.33 +19.6
Wndslln 35.52 +.74 +19.1
Vanguard Idx Fds:
500n 133.51 +2.47 +16.0
Balanced n 21.71 +.30 +11.0
DevMkIn 12.88 +.25 +22.7
EMkI n 24.57 +.50 +19.0
Europe n 36.91 +.79 +28.7
Extend n 40.45 +1.08 +13.1
Growth n 30.74 +.56 +10.7
1TBondn 10.18 +.03 +4.1
LgCapldx n 26.07 +.51 +16.0
LTBond n 11.41 +07 +3.2
MidCap 20.74 +.57 +14.0
Pacific 12.71 +.19 +10.7
REIT r 27.97 +.60 +37.7
SmCap n 33.79 +.88 +11.9
SmICpGrow 19.06 +.49 +7.9
SmICapVal 17.60 +.47 +16.0
STBond n 9.87 .01 +4.2
TotBond n 9.95 +.04 +4.5
Totlntin 16.05 +.35 +22.2
ToTStf n 35.01 +.71 +15.5
Values n 27.09 +.56 +21.5
Vanguard Instl Fds:
Ballnstn 21.71 +.30 +11.2
DevMkilnst n 12.77 +.25 +22.9
Euromlns n 36.95 +.79 +28.9
Extin n 40.49 +1.08 +13.3
Growthns 30.74 +.56 +150.
IleProllnstn 9.43 +.05 +0.8
InstdxOn 13251 +2.46 +16.1
lInsPIn 13251 +246 +16.2
TottiBdlidx n 50.13 +.17 +4.5
InslTSctdxn 31.54 +.64 +15.7
InstTStPls 31.54 +.64 +15.7
MdCaplnstId n 20.80 +.58 +14.2
Paclnst n 12.73 +.19 +10.9
SmCpIn n 33.82 +.88 +12.1
Tlst8 n 9.95 +.04 +4.6
TSInstn 35.02 +.71 +15.6
Val eInstn 27.09 +.55 +21.7
Vantagepoint Fds:
AggrOpp 13.28 +.31 +11.7
CoreBondldxl x 9.71 -.01 +4.0
Eqlncc 10.11 +.19 +19.6
Growth n 9.80 +.16 +11.1
Grow&inc 11.77 +.21 +13.3
Ind 12.76 +.23 +16.6
MPLongTernGr25,03 +.39 +12.0
MPTradGclth 24.61 +.30 +10.0
Victory Funds:
DvsStkA 18.34 +.37 +12.5
WM Blair Fd s nst:
IntGrwth 19.85 +.44 +18.4
WM Blair Mtl Fds:
IntliGrowthl r 28.76 +.63 +18.3
Waddell & Reed Adv:
Accumun 2 7.75 +.18 +11.1
Assets p 9.61 +.12 +12.5
ComrelA 6.26 +.10 +13.4
Highinc 7.44 +.03 +8.6
NwCyptAp 11.45 +.32 +8.2
ScTechA 11.58 +.40 +6.8
VanguardA 9.16 +13 +1.0
Wasatch:
CoreGrth 42.07 +1.30 +7.8
SmCapGrth 37.79 +.59 +5.7
Westz Funds:
PanrVal 25.14 +.58 +24.9
Value n 41.37 +.88 +24.0
Wells Fargo Ad Adm:
Index 56.98 +1.06 +15.8
Wells Fargo Adv A:
AsetAIIA 21.91 +37 +12.5
Wells Fargo Adv:
CmStkZ 20,80 +38 +14.1
Growthlnv 23,86 +.2 +7.1
Oppntnynvn 43.00 +.89 +11.0
SCapValZp 31.94 +.63 +7.8
Wells Fargo Admln:
DIvrsEq I 40.24 +.78 +14.2
GrthBalIn 31,03 +.49 +12.6
LgCoGrI 52.62 +.86 +7,4
Western Asset:
CrBdPrtFlp, 11.30 +.05 +5.4
CorePlus 16.49 +.04 +6.1
Cora 11.30 +.05 +5.7
William Blair N:
GrowthN 11.81 +.26 +14.0
IntlGthN 28.33 +.61 +16t0
Wilmington Fds:
InOMMgrt 10.03 +.24 +23.0
Yacktman Funds:
Fuadp 16.10 +.15 +15.3









Promotional information from the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce


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Buy Rite Liquor


Member News


JIM 5HIELDS/Special to the I.ronicle
The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for Buy Rite Uquor in Homosassa. Pictured front row: Chamber
Ambassador Renee Melchionne, Josephine Lolero with Alesslo, Pete and Fran Lolero, Rosalie Rogers with Aden, Joseph Lolero with
Valentina, Pete Loiero; Chamber Ambassadors Reyna Bell, Rhonda Lestinsky and Chuck Morgan. Pictured back row: Chamber
Ambassadors John Porter and Kandy Krementz, Wendy Hall, Chamber Executive Director Kitty Barnes, Frank Lolero, Chamber
Ambassadors Jackie Marx and Crystal Jefferson. Buy Rite Liquor announces the opening of their newly renovated building that Is con-
nected to their restaurant, Two Guys From Italy and also Club Atmosphere, visit or re-visit Buy Rite Liquor at 5792 South Suncoast Blvd
Homosassa ,or call (352) 628-6910 for more Information.


Legislative trip to


Tallahassee slated


Each year, your Citrus
County Chamber of Commerce
takes a bus of local business
people to Tallahassee to meet
and speak with our local legis-
lators about issues regarding
Citrus County.
This year, we are extending
the invitation to Chamber
members.
The trip will be Thursday,
March 15. The day begins early
with a chartered tour bus
departing Inverness around 7


a.m., and then making a stop in
Crystal River to pick-up atten-
dees living on the west side of
our County.
We will be meeting up with
delegates from Hernando
County and will be arranging a
luncheon with a special guest
speaker.
Cost for the trip is yet to be
determined. Please call
Suzanne at (352) 726.2801 for
more information.
Seating is limited.


Take Stock In Children is seek-
ing individuals interested in becom-
ing a positive influence in a young
person's life by becoming a mentor
for the Take Stock In Children
Program. ...
Mentors meet one hour per
week in a school-based setting at
local Citrus County middle or high
schools.
Take Stock In Children is a
school-based youth mentoring pro-
gram providing scholarships for
qualified students from households
that meet financial requirements.
By becoming a Take Stock In
Children sponsor, you give a child
hope for the future and contribute
to the future of our community.
All money raised in Citrus
County is used to provide scholar-
ships and services to Citrus
County students.
All scholarships contributions
raised in Citrus County are
matched dollar for dollar through
the Florida Prepaid Scholarship
Foundation.
If you would like more informa-
tion on how you can make a posi-
tive difference in the life of a mid-
dle or high school student please
contact: Janet E. Clymer, program
coordinator at jclymer@clmwork-
force.com or jclymer@tsic-cit-
ruslevy.org; or Molly Norman, stu-
dent advocate at mnorman@clm-
workforce.com orjmnorman@tsic-
citruslevy.org.
MEN
Sponsorships for the Second
Annual Cool Springs Ranch
Balloon Classic and Celtic
Festival in Dunnellon are now
available.
Last year's event drew over
7,000 people in attendance.
Because of last year's sponsors
the event proceeds gave the
Dunnellon Boys & Girls Club a
temporary meeting facility.
Proceeds were also given to other
community organizations.:. .
The 2007 event will be expand-
ed and will be May 4 through 6.
The event will open Friday evening
with a "Gospel Extravaganza" and
will feature both local and national-
ly known groups, and the evening
will be capped off by a fantastic
fireworks show.Saturday and
Sunday will feature over 25 hot air


balloons, Celtic entertainment, pipe
bands, Scottish heavy athletics,
classic rock, jazz, reggae and
Zydeco will round out a full enter-
tainment schedule. A spectacular
"balloon glow" will take place
Saturday night.
Don't miss this opportunity to b36
part of this premier event and hefl
us get a permanent home for the
kids! .
For more information and to '
receive a sponsorship package, '
call Carol Lee at (352) 257-1015 or.
e-mail carol@coolspringsranchbal-
loonclassic.com
Visit the Festival Web site at:
www.coolspringsranchballoonclas-
sic.com. --
Sponsors include Cool Springs _,
Ranch, Dunnellon Main Street arid'
Team Spirit Inc. Proceeds benefit s2
Dunnellon Youth Services.
'M o
If you have suffered a personal
injury as a result of a crime, you
may be eligible for up to $25,000;
This is a free service that servs-,
victims nationwide, but contribu-
tions are always needed and .
appreciated in order to continue
helping victims of crime.
If you have been an innocent vic-
tim of a violent crime within the I-
past year you may be eligible for
compensation. i
Contact The Center if you have !
questions or think you may be elf-
gible. Even if the case is not proseg
cuted by the state attorney, you
may be able to file a civil suit. A--
lawyer can assist you in this mat-
ter. A speaker is available to come
to any group. Tax deductible contri-
butions and volunteers to set
appointments to speak to area
groups are welcomed and greatly
appreciated.Social Security claims
can also be handled with the cus-
tomary charges that are paid after .
your case is won.
We have had great results with
'impossible',cases. The Center is a
female-veteran owned corporation.
For more information contact
Cynthia Holden,
independent victim advocate, at
(352) 628-6481 (office), 352-613-
3315 (cell); e-mail
CrimeVictimHelp@aol.com, or visit
her at 2719 W.Woodthrush Street,
Lecanto, FL 34461. V


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The Citrus Information
Technology Alliance (CITA) is
pleased to announce that at our
next meeting, Thursday, Feb. 8,
our guest speaker will be Ron
DeSerranno, chief executive officer
of MOBIFORM Software. Ron will
be bringing us up to speed on the
latest developments with .Net 3.0
and the new markup language
XAML extensiblee application
markup language) by Microsoft.
These are the new 2D and 3D
graphics and multimedia technolo-
gies for the development of
Windows and Internet applications.
Ron has written and collaborated
on several articles and was recent-
ly published in Software
Development (SD) Times. Please
join us at 5:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb.
8, at Champs Software -
Mead'owcrest. This CITA Event is
sponsored by NatureCoast
Communications and MOBIFORM
Software. CITA thanks BrightHouse
for sponsoring last months meeting
and presentation on VOIP (Voice
Over Internet Protocol).
Refreshments will be served.
Citrus IT Alliance (CITA) meets the
second Thursday of every month.
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Homosassa Springs Wildlife
State Park, in cooperation with the
Citrus County Health Department,
will be holding a Step Up Florida
Walk at 9:30 a.m. Monday, Feb.
19, from the Visitor Center parking
area on U.S. 19. The walk will
begin at the trailhead of Pepper
Creek Trail, following the trail to
Fish Bowl Drive and the Park's
West Entrance. Walkers will then
walk through the wildlife park and
return via Pepper Creek Trail to
U.S. 19. The total length of the
walk will be 2.6 miles. Participants
will enjoy an opportunity to see the
park's native Florida wildlife as they
follow the trails and elevate board-
walks of the Wildlife Walk. There
are places to rest along the way
and walkers may do the walk at
their own pace. The Volkssport
group of Citrus County will be par-


ticipating in the walk and the public
is invited. Please call Susan at
(352) 628-5343, ext. 102, Monday
through Friday, to register if you
plan to participate.
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The Key Training Center's 9th
Annual Fashion Show Luncheon is
from 11:30 a.m. to 2130 p.m.
Tuesday, March 13 at the Chet
Cole Life Enrichment Center locat-
ed on Key Training Center's
Lecanto Campus. Weekenders,
"clothes you love to live in," will
present a beautiful mix of spring
fashions. The theme "Fashion
Cares" focuses on the highlight of
the event, where the Key Center
clients model fashions found at the
Key Center's Thrift Stores. Event
tickets are $25 and include a lunch.
Doors open at 11 a.m. Proceeds
benefit the Key Training Center to
ensure that Citrus County's mental-
ly challenged adults and their fami-
lies have the opportunity to choose
from a wide range of year-round
services including education, day
training, vocational training, life
sustaining care, residential and
community living support. The
annual fundraiser helps provide
services to 38 individuals who
receive no State funding assis-
tance and meet the $800,000
shortfall the Key Center
Foundation is challenged to raise
each year to deliver services to
nearly 300 adults. Business spon-
sor support for the event is need-
ed. For more sponsor or ticket
information, call Paula Holtsclaw at
(352) 527-8228.
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Mary Kay Independent Sales
Director Lillian Smith of
Hernando is on the road to suc-
cess. This month, Smith earned
the use of a platinum Pontiac
Grand Prix as a result of her out-
standing achievements in her inde-
pendent Mary Kay business. The
sporty platinum Pontiac Grand Prix
is one of three cars available .
through the Career Car Program.
In addition to the platinum Pontiac


Grand Prix, independent sales .
force members have the opportuni-
ty to lease the Pontiac Vibe and
the exclusive pearlized pink
Cadillac as part of the notable
Career Car Program. Currently,
approximately 10,000 independent
sales force members in the U.S.
have qualified to lease a vehicle
through career car program. In
keeping with the company's pre-
eminence as a leader in providing
women with an unparalleled busi-
ness opportunity and desirable
business incentives, Mary Kay Inc.
continues to upgrade the options
available to members of the inde-
pendent sales force who achieve
significant levels of success in
operating their independent Mary
Kay businesses. 'The Career Car
Program provides the independent
sales force the opportunity to earn
the use of a visible symbol of their
success," said Gary Jinks, Mary
Kay Inc. senior vice president of
sales. "Each car obtained through
this exciting program reflects the
hard work, determination and pro-
fessionalism of the independent
sales force." Smith began her inde-
pendent Mary Kay business as an
Independent Beauty Consultant in
1977 and as a direct result of her
accomplishments, became an
Independent Sales Director in
1980. As an Independent Sales
Director, she chooses to provide
education, leadership and motiva-
tion to other Mary Kay Independent
Beauty Consultants and offers her
customers high-quality Mary Kay
products.

At 6:30 p.m. March 16, the
Rotary Club of Homosassa
Springs will be presenting "New
Odyssey" at the Curtis Peterson
Auditorium. This high energy three-
some takes command of some 30
different musical instruments with
an incredible assortment of styles!
Outstanding vocal harmonies and
hilarious comedy routines, mixed
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The Ninth Annual SCORE Golf
Classic will be Monday, March 26
at Sugarmill Woods Country Club -t
in Sugarmill Woods. SCORE is a
volunteer organization that pro-
vides free counseling to new and,
existing businesses in Citrus
County. Thanks to the support of
so many of you golfers and non-
golfers alike, our past tournaments
have been very successful. As in'
previous years, we are looking for,.
sponsors, players and donors for
giveaway prizes. For only $100
you can become a hole or tee
sponsor with your name promi- ,
nently displayed on placards at t
greens or tees. In addition, you v
receive greens fees for a foursorp
for a free round of golf for your .
future personal or business use
during 2007 at Sugarmill Woods e
Country Club. Sponsors will also*,
be recognized in an appreciation*
announcement in the tournament%
program and published in the 5*
Citrus County Chronicle. Hole or*j
tee sponsors that bring a foursor
to this event will also receive a $
discount on the tournament green$
fees in addition to the greens fee ;
for a future foursome. S ,
The individual player fee is $5(q.,
and includes greens fees, golf ca*J
lunch, beverages and prize oppo,_
tunities. If you are not part of a !1
foursome, we will assign one to
you. There are prizes for each ofi T,
three flights, hole-in-one contest,:'.
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straightest drive for women, and
putting contests. For additional 1iq
information call Craig Gifford at
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Feb. 15 Ambassador meeting at 8 a.m at the Realtors
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ORLAN)O Claims against
boy band impresario Lou
Pearlman have grown to more
than $130 million through a
spate of lawsuits by creditors
and investors related to his
business interests that range
from an airline leasing compa-
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fortable paying off the mort-
gage, recognizing that, if you do
get into a bind, given the
money your wife is earning,
you could always apply for a
home-equity loan.
DEAR BRUCE: Recently, I
was given a check for $75. It
was returned to me stamped
"account closed." The person
who wrote the check lives in
another state. I called to let
him know, and. he said he
would send another one out
right away. He thought it had
cleared before the account
closed. After waiting a week,
we called several times, only to
get the answering machine. We
left a message. I have now writ-
ten a letter to him, stating that
if we don't hear by a specific
date, we will contact our
lawyer. In the meantime, I have


Thursday in Circuit Court by
Bank of America, alleges the
founder of Backstreet Boys, 'N
Sync and US-5 has defaulted on
business and personal loans
worth more than $17 million.
A week earlier the same bank
filed a mortgage-foreclosure
suit seeking more than $25 mil-
lion, or possession of Orlando's
Church Street Station enter-
tainment complex.
Spokesman Bob O'Malley
said he could not comment
beyond saying Pearlman's com-
panies are "working hard to
resolve the issues and get back
to business."


been researching my law
books, and have found no infor-
mation about collecting on a
bad check Is there any hope of
receiving the money; if not,
how do I report this so it will be
on his credit record? -
Reader, via e-mail
DEAR READER: I would
chalk this one up to experi-
ence. I am sure the fellow who
issued the check recognizes
you are not going to contact an
attorney on a $75 matter. Just to
say "hello" to an attorney would
cost more than $75. Further, you
didn't indicate why this check
came into your possession, but I
suspect you have some type of a
retail operation or service
enterprise and you're being-
paid for your services or goods.
This type of matter is just not
worth prosecuting. Unless you
are a subscriber to one of the
credit agencies on a regular
basis, they will not accept infor-
mation from you to put on his
credit record.


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Restaurant reopens
in Homosassa
After 14 months of intense reno-
vation, Two Guys From Italy is
proud to announce its grand
reopening. Two Guys From Italy's
new look includes floor tiles, a spa-
cious banquet room, booths and
tables plus a granite-top liquor bar.
The restaurant has been family
owned and operated for 18 years
by the Loiero family. Two Guys
From Italy is part of an entertain-
ment complex at 5729 S. Suncoast
Blvd. (U.S. 19) that includes Club
Atmosphere, Buy Rite Liquor and
Two Guys From Italy Bakery.
"We are very proud of what wB
have accomplished with the
remodeling," said founder Rocco
"Pete" Loiero. "Everyone has
worked so hard to make this
dream a reality and we can't wait
to show off the new look to our
customers."
The menu includes classic
Italian pasta dishes such as
lasagna, as well as pizza, cal-
zones, steaks and sandwiches.
The restaurant will feature wine
tasting events and may be rented
for special occasions and parties.
The hours of operation are 11 a.m.
to 9 p.m. Monday through Sunday.
Call 628-6955. A complete menu
can be viewed online at www.night-
clubatmosphere.com/tgfi.php.
3-D is coming,
3-D is coming
The Citrus Information
Technology Alliance (CITA) is
pleased to announce that at our


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with lots of traffic, and found a
vacant storefront in Times
Square.
They've hired a staff of a
part-time chopper and dish-
washers and have plans to hire
a full-time chef.


next meeting at 5:30 p.m.
Thursday, our guest speaker will
be Ron DeSerranno, chief execu-
tive officer of MOBIFORM
Software.
Ron will bring us up to speed
about the latest developments with
.Net3.0 and the new markup lan-
guage XAML extensiblee applica-
tion markup language) by
Microsoft.
These are the new 2-D and 3-D
graphics and multimedia technolo-
gies for the development of
Windows and Internet applications.
Ron has written and collaborated
on several articles and was recent-
ly published in Software
Development (SD) Times.
Please join us at Champs
Software Meadowcrest. This
CITA Event is sponsored by
NatureCoast Communications and
MOBIFORM Software. CITA thanks
BrightHouse for sponsoring last
month's meeting and presentation
on VOIP (Voice Over Internet
Protocol).
Refreshments will be served.
Citrus IT Alliance (CITA) meets
the second Thursday monthly. It is
our intent to become a thriving
information technology hub in
Florida. Our mission is to attract,
grow and retain information tech-
nology and related businesses and
IT professionals. We facilitate this
by providing training, expanding
capacity, anticipating infrastructure
needs, enhancing capabilities and
resources to attract new and
expand existing businesses and
staffing.
For more information, call


The store's interior is bright
and boldly painted in green
and pumpkin and gold, with
glossy black trim. A sofa area
invites customers to relax
while they're waiting for their
session to begin, enjoy a cup
of coffee and a snack
A retail area offers cooking-
related items and gifts.
"When you come in, you'll
be greeted, given an apron


President Teresa Bell at (352) 422-
2391.
Select Medical to
acquire rehab
MECHANICISBURG, PA. -
Select Medical Corporation signed
on a definitive agreement to
acquire the Outpatient
Rehabilitation Division of
Healthsouth Corporation (NYSE:
HLS) for approximately $245 mil-
lion in cash. The purchase price is
subject to adjustment based on the
division's net working capital on the
closing date.
Healthsouth's Outpatient
Rehabilitation Division is a network
of approximately 600 facilities;
located in 35 states and the District
of Columbia, that provides high
quality rehabilitate care for general
orthopedic and sport injuries. The
transaction, which expected to
close in the second quarter of
2007, is subject to a number of
closings conditions, including
receipt of regulatory approvals.
Upon completion of the transac-
tion, Select will be the leading
operator of outpatient rehabilitation
clinics in the United States, with
more than 1,100 locations in the 37
states and the District of Columbia.
Select Medical Corporation is a
leading operator of specialty hospi-
tals in the United States. Select
operates 92 long-term acute care
hospitals.in 26 states. Select oper-
ates four acute medical rehabilita-
tion hospitals in New Jersey. Select
is also a leading operator of the
outpatient rehabilitation clinics in
the United States, with approxi-


and a cubby where you can
put your purse, then you'll get
a tour of the place," Howard
said.
Eventually, they want to
offer fresh breads, a flavored
butter station and a pizza sta-
tion. They're currently devel-
oping kid-friendly entree
choices, vegetarian choices,
low-fat and low-calorie. Then
they hope to open more


mately 544 locations. Select also
provides medical rehabilitation
services on a contract basis at
nursing homes, hospitals, assisted
living and senior care centers, ,.
schools and worksites. Information
about Select is available at ,
www.selectmedicalcorp.com.::
Select Medical Corporation si
the operator of SPORT The
Best in Rehab Clinics in Beverly
Hills, 3400 N. Lecanto Highway;
and Inverness. Call Joye Nottage,
P.T., at 527-8489 or Sherri King,
PTA, at 341-3740 with questions
regarding their clinics.
National Consumer
Protection Week slated
TALLAHASSEE Florida
Agriculture and Consumer
Services Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson is urging people to be,
proactive.in getting and sharing
information about consumer pro-
tection issues in conjunction with a
national outreach effort. Bronson
also sponsored a Cabinet
Resolution proclaiming Feb. 4 to
10, 2007, as National Consumer
Protection Week in Florida.
National Consumer Protection
Week (NCPW) gives federal, state
and local agencies across the
United States an opportunity to
promote consumer awareness and
education efforts.
This year's theme is "Read Up
and Reach Out: Be an Informed
Consumer." Millions of people are
victimized by scam artists every
year on issues including identity
theft, fake lotteries, bogus busi-
ness opportunities and a wide vari-

stores.
"It's all about relaxing,"
Skiles said. "We're here to
help you and to give you a
chance to breathe.
"It's about helping women,
even stay-at-home moms," she
said. "You've got kids, you've
got soccer, you've got baseball,
you've got a life, and you want
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Crystal River, FL 34429
(352) 563-6363
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49 Yr. Old
Nice Loving Guyl
Looking for
Nice Loving GIrll
Age & Size
Doesn't Matter.
(352) 860-2583
CITRUS (NC Mts. 6 mo.)
SWM, 65,5'8, 160 lbs
blond, looks younger.
Enjoys Mtn. home, gar-
dening, cooking,
beach walks, stain glass
work, golf, quiet times,
boating. Seeks SWF,
55-65, petite, mentally
& financially secure.
Send '06 picture to
PO Box 1091,
Inverness, FL 34451
SWM Non-smoker,
42 yrs. old. Enjoys
swimming, boating,
camping, outdoor
activities, looking for
companionship/
relationship to enjoy
life with, Reply to
Chronicle Box 1267P
1624 N Meadowcrest
Blvd., Crystal River
Fl 34429
WWF, 5'8", 125 lbs, in
search of honest,
intelligent, clean,
caring, & financially
secure WM 78-98 for
friendship & compan-
ionship. I like to cook,
eat out, cards, travel &
quiet times. Near Pine
Ridge, Citrus Hills or
Meadowcrest.
Respond to:
Blind Box 1265P, 1624 N.
Meadowcrest Blvd.
Crystal River, FL 34429






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Cars, Trucks, Vans rt
FREE Removal Metal,
Junk Vehicles, No title
OK 352-476-4392 Andy
Tax Deductible Receipt


+ CASH PAID +
For JUNK Unwanted
Cars & Trucks
(352) 860-2545
COMMUNITY SERVICE
The Path Shelter Is
available for people
who need to serve
their community
service.
(352) 560-6163 or
(352) 746-9084
Leave Message
FREE FIREWOOD
YOU HAUL
(352) 746-1146
FREE GROUP
COUNSELING
Depression/ Anxiety
(352) 637-3196 or
628-3831
FREE HAULING SERVICE
Cent. A/C units, car/
boat engs, steel, alum.
metals Fred 628-2081
Free Lop Ear Rabbit
White w/ blk. spots.
Born 4/2006.
(352) 795-0174
*FREE REMOVAL OF-
Motorcycles, mowers,
cars, 4&3 wheelers,
RV's, jet skis, ATV's
trailers, boats? 628-2084
FREE REMOVAL
of unwanted household
& garage sale Items.
Call (352) 726-9500
Large sectional Couch.
good Upholstery
needs cleaning.
563-0638
$ $ CASH $ $
JUNK CARS, TRUCKS,
VANS (352) 228-9645



Doberman/Rottweiler
Mix, 6 yr. old male,
black w/ brown marking
lost in Rainbows Inn,
352-489-6003,302-0811
REWARD
LOST 6 yr old Gray
neutered male cat
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Also young female
black & white cat with
collar with little dogi
bone hanging from;
collar REWARD
(352) 341-1384
LOST Small Schnauzer
mix, male, 6 months
old, black & tan, with
collar & tags, vicinity:
Leisure Acres, Lecanto
area REWARD
Owner heartbroken.
(352) 628-7057
Missing Bird, African
Grey/Red Tail, name
Roberto, Lecanto
Parkvllle St., 491/486 Be-
loved Family Member
REWARD (352) 746-5628
PEK-A-POO, Male
Vic. Homosassal/31
NEEDS MEDICAL
ATTENTIONII
352-628-1977/422-7136
SHELTIE, Mini Collie
Older female, Vic.
Rockcrusher Rd. 1/27.
(352) 422-6792



BIKE FOUND OFF
GOSPEL ISLAND RD.
area. Call to identify
(352) 637-6578
CALICO KITTEN
Found near Ozello Tr. &
19. Very sweet long
haired female. Blue green
eyes. 564-8735


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Inverness-Citrus Co.
Auditorium (Next to
SFairarounds)
Sat., Feb. 3rd 10 5
Sun., Feb. 4th 11 -4
$1.00 off adm w/ad
(941) 408-3576

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CAT ADOPTIONS
Humanitarians of
Floridas 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.














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but not being utilized?
Tired of just watching
on Sunday? Need
equipping? Ready for
a challenge? Call Dave
at (352) 422-7634 or
go to: www.abba
networks.org
HOMEWORX Legal form
services, wills, divorces,
bankruptcy, notary
serve credit card assis-
tance, (352) 637-9635


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Messages


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publishing a "Love Message"in the

Chronicle Classifieds on Valentine's Day!


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Roses are red,
Sometimes they
are yellow.
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quite a fellow!
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HORSE BOARDING
State Forrest Acces.,
lighted arena, round
pen, hurricane safe
barn. $300/mo.
SCENIC TRAIL RIDES
$35; LESSONS $25
(352) 628-1472

Humane Society
of Inverness
offers Low Cost
Spay & Neuter
Service
In our Mobile Clinic.
Appointments avail.
Cat Male $40,
CatFemale $50,
Dog Male $60,
Dog Female $70.
Prices Including spay
or Neuter, 3 Yr. Rabies
shot Annual Vaccines
Nail Clipping, Micro
chipping & Micro
chip reg.
Wed Cats Day
If you bring a female
cat for full service
spay we will neuter a
male cat at no
charge, if you don't
have a male cat talk
to your friends &
neighbor.
Help out to eliminate
overpopulation of
cats Call for appf.
352-344-5207
or 726-8801

SOD SOD SOD*
BANG'S LANDSCAPING
Sod, Trees, Shrubs
(352) 341-3032


www.adoota
rescued oet.com
View available pets
on our website or call
(352) 795-9550
Need help rehomlng.
o pet call us
Adoptive homes
available for small
dogs
Reauested donations
are tax deductible
PET ADOPTION
Friday, Feb. 9
12pm 2pm
AmSouth
Rts 44 &486
Crystal River

Saturday, Feb. 10
1 lam -1pm
All About Pets
7050 S. Florida
Ave., Floral City

MR CITRUS
COUNTY REALTY




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


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PRAYER TO THE
VIRGIN MARY
(Never known to fall)
O Most beautiful flower
of Mt. Carmel, fruitful
vine, splendor of
heaven, Blessed Mother
of the Son of God,
Immaculate Virgin,
assist me in my
necessity. Oh, Star of
the Sea, help me and
show me, herein you
are my mother. Oh,
Holy Mary, Mother of
God, Queen of heaven
and earth, I humbly
beseech you from the
bottom of my heart to
succor me In this
necessity. There are
none that can with-
stand your power, Oh,
show me herein you are
my Mother. Oh Mary,
conceived without sin,
pray for us who have
recourse to thee (3
times) Holy Mother, I
place this cause In your
hands (3 times.) Holy
Spirit, you who solve all
problems, light all roads
so that I can attain my
goal. You, who gave
me the Divine gift to
forgive and forget all
evil against me and
that In all Instances In
my life you are with me.
I want In this short
prayer to thank you for
all things as you confirm
once again that I never
want to be separated
from you In Eternal
Glory. Thank you for
your mercy toward me
and mine. The person
must say this prayer 3'
consecutive days. After
3 days, the request will
be granted. This prayer
must be published after
the favor is granted.
T.M.


ATTRACTIVE SWF
seeking male
npanlon. Candl,


Soffit/Lanal Installer
relocated from SW Fl.
Trucking equip. & local
llc. pending. 503-4924



PRE-SCHOOL
TEACHER NEEDED
(352) 795-6890



CITRUS COUNTY
Clerk of Courts
Is accepting
applications at this
time. For the position
of
Administrative
Assistant
for additional
information please
view our website at
www. clerk. citrus fl.us
or contact
Human Resources at
(352) 341-6483
JOBS GALORE!!!
www.AAA
EMPLOYMENT.NET
SENIOR
SECRETARY
(Building Division)
Moderately difficult
secretarial ,o "' v '
performing clerical
duties. Functions as
Division Director's
secretary to perform
administrative
responsibilities.
Participates in
meetings, takes
minutes as necessary.
Minimum one year
experience
performing
secretadal/clerical
duties. Graduation
from HS or GED
certificate.
Computer
experience including
working knowledge
of the Microsoft.
Office Suite of
Products.
$10.77 hourly to start.
Excellent benefits.
Send resume or
apply at the Citrus
County Human
Resources Office,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 178,
Lecanto, FL 34461
no later than Friday,
February 9, 2007.
EOE/ADA.


ABITARE PARIS
DAY SPA & SALON
Currently Seeking
NAIL TECHNICIAN
with partial clientele
Apply within
Call 352-563-0011
BOOTH RENTAL
Crystal River
(352) 794-0100
COSMETOLOGIST
Great Opportunity
Medical hair loss,
Color, Perm, Nails. FT.
BARBER/STYLIST
FT. Position.
Family Headquarters
628-2040 (days)
249-0833 (eve)


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or a

qualified

employee?


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#1

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source!


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Classifieds


HAIR STYLIST
F/T. HR or up to 60%
Comm. Pd. vac.
Call Sue
352-628-0630
Hair Stylist Needed
For busy salon,
352-746-0010/422-1610





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HOUSE CLEANING
maybe more, Call
527-7456 1lam-11pm.
P/T HOUSEKEEPER

Crystal River area.

WANTED
LIVE IN CARE GIVER
For Elderly couplesend
inquiries to: Occupant
P0 Box 395
Crystal River, Fl 34423
or... appy n inab


a Skilled Facility has
openings for:
RN/LPN's
7-3 F
11 -7 F/T P/T
Great Start Payl Shift
Differential Package.
Excellent Health &
Dental Blue Cross/
Blue Shield of FL &
paid, vacation &
holidays. Come join
our Exceptional
Nursing Teaml
Fax Resume
(352) 746-0748 or
Apply in person
Woodland Terrace
124 Norvell Bryant
Hwy. Hernando
(352) 249-3100


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SURGICAL
TECHNOLOGIST
Full time or PRN for
Outpatient Surgery
Center- no nights,
weekends or call.
Excellent
Benefits.
Fax resume to:
(352) 527-1827
or Apply in
person to:
Healthsouth Citrus
Surgery Center
110 N. Lecanto
Highway
Lecanto, Florida
34461
CNAs
All Shifts
Avante at Inverness
is currently
accepting
applications for
CNAs all shifts.
Avante offers
excellent pay for
years of experience,
shift differential.
weekend differential,
bonuses for extra
shifts Excellent
benefits package for
fulltime employees.
Please apply at:
304 S. Citrus Ave,
Inverness
or fax resume to
352-637-0333 or you
can email a
resume to
tcvore
avantegroup.com

CNAs
Arbor Village
Nursing
in Wildwood
Seeks
Nursing Assistants
tojoln our dedicated
S teoamn.
Full-Time 'Openings
3-11 + 11-7 Shifts
Great Salary &
Benefits
LIMITED
OPENINGS
APPLY TODAY!
Call
800-442-1353
Fax
877-571-1952
Jobs@CQcar
e com
490 S. Old
Wire Rd

CNA'S F/T
7-3 & 3-11 Shift

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


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DENTAL
ASSISTANTS &
HYGIENISTS
Crystal River,
Inverness &
Spring Hill

Coast Dental
offers excellent
compensation and
benefits, including
monthly bonuses!
For consideration,
please call
1-877-COAST-17,
ext. 139; fax resumes
to (813) 289-4500;
email to
recruitment@coast
dental.com.
EOE/DFWP

Experienced
Sales/Marketing
Rep
Wanted for medical
equipment co. strong
communication skills,
medical background
with knowledge of
local Drs. & Hospitals
Sent Resume to:
PO Box 115
Crystal River, Fl. 34423




































Stop by our
job fair on
Wednesday,
January 31
from 10am-
2pm at 2216
Hwy. 44 West
in Inverness
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for your career. I-Hernando-Ibsco H1 ospice
has ithe unique opportunity to provide
unparalleled anmid needed care to our patients.

New C"itrus Hospice Care Center
Opening Soon

RN & LPN Opportunities
Wearc seeking RNs mid LPNs to assist us with this
new startup opportunity and provide compassionate
care to our patients.
A variety of full-time miand part-time shifts available:
4 8a4p, 4p-128a md 12a-Sa
We are grateful for the uncompromising care provided by
our employees. Join our dedicated stafi and discover the
a.,' personal satisfaction you've been missing In your career.

S Interviews will be held In our Lecanto office.
. 82417 N. Lecanto Highway, Lecanto Florida.
SI We encourage you to apply in person or contact
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DENTAL ASSISTANT


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A/C Tune up w/ Free
permanent filter +
termite/Pest Control
Insp. w/ Free Termite
monitors. Only $44.95
for both.(352) 628-5700
caco36870
ALL YOUR HOME NEEDS
Sorina Soecial! Home
maint., gutter cleaning,
refacing countertops.
Greg (352) 476-7556




ACTION TREE SERVICE
Prompt, Professional,
bucket truck & opera-
tor service. By the hour
or the job. Call aond
Save (352) 726-9724

AFFORDABLE,
I HAULING CLEANUP, I
i PROMPT SERVICE |
Trash, Trees, Brush,
n Appl. Furn, Const. I
I Debris & Garages
352-697-1126
All Tractor & Dirt Service
Firewood, Land Clear,
Tree Serv., Bushhogg,
Driveways 302-6955
CMH Landclearing,
Hauling, bushhogging &
Tree & stump removal.
(352) 207-2904
DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Hauling,Cleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852
D's Landscape & Expert
Tree Svce Personalized
design. Stump Grinding
& Bobcat work. Fill/rock
& Sod: 352-563-0272
R WRIGHT TREE SERVICE,
tree removal, stump
grind, trim, Ins.& Uc
40256879 352-341-6827
ALPINE TRACTOR *
Land Clearing, Tree Ser.
Hauling, Bushhogging
*Sean (352) 220-8723*




DRUM LESSONS


i.AJMru IK
TECH MEDICS
Hardware & Software
Internet Specialists
(352) 628-6688




CARPET FACTORY Direct
Restretch,clean, repair
Vinyl, Tile, Wood, (352)
341-0909 Shop at home
REPAIR SPECIALIST
Restretch Installation
Call for Fast Service
C & R SERVICES
Sr. Discount 586-1Z28



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#1 A+ Mr. Fix Iti
Prof. painting, Pres-
sure washing, Home
repairs, Gutter cing
S& Screen repair. I
i 220-9326/382-3647
Lic#99990255609
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Human
Resources Clerk

Citrus Memorial
Health System (CMH)
is currently seeking a
Human Resources
Clerk. Responsibilities
includes maintaining
employee personnel
files for all present
and post employees:
verification of
employment
references on
prospective
employees: assisting
the recruitment
department with
processing scholar-
ships and other
clerical duties
assigned. Previous
relevant experience
preferred. High
School Diploma or
GED required. Work
hours are from
7:30am to 4:00pm,
two days per week.
Please apply online
at
www.citrusmhcom.
CMH is an equal
opportunity
employer.



LPN/
Medical Assistant

Wanted for busy
family practice. F/T.
Exp. needed. Must be
a self starter. Excel.
salary & benefits.
Fax resume
to (352) 522-0098
Aft: Mark Barnhurst


CALL STELLAR BLUE
for all Int/ Ext. painting
needs. Lic. & Ins. FREE
EST (352) 586-2996
VChris Satchell Painting
& Wallcovering.AII work
2 full coats.25 yrs. Exp.
Exc. Ref. Uc#001721/
Ins. (352) 795-6533
A# 1 L&L HOUSEHOLD
REPAIRS & PAINTING
No Job too small! 24/7.
Uc. 3008 352-341-1440







FERRARO'S
PAINTING SERVICE
Interior, Exterior.
Free Estimates.
Senior Discount.
(352)465-6631

Homes & Mobilegs




Henry's Painting Press.
wash, roof clean. Ins.
Accept Cr. cards. Lic#
30555 (352) 302-4928
INTERIOR/EXTERIOR
& ODD JOBS. 30 yrs
J. Hupchick Lic./ns.
(352) 726-9998
Mike Anderson Painting
Int/Ext Painting & Stain-
ing, &Pressure Washing
Call a professional,
Mike (352) 464-4418
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting, Tile Work,
Framing. 30 yrs. exp.
344-1952 CBC058263


Tax


BOB LANE COMPLETE
ACCOUNTING &
TAX SERVICE
37 years experience,
24 yrs in Citrus County.
Full retirement
planning available.
Professional service and
guidance. Reasonable
rates. FREE ESTIMATES.
400 Tompklns St.
Inverness.
344-2888;344-2599


M-

A BOATERS FRIEND
Cliff's Outboard Repair
30+ rs Exp. Reas. Rates
(352) 746-2284
Affoidabe Boat Mart. &
Repair,
Mechar Bacticad
Custom
Rig. John (352) 746-4521
DOCKS, SEAWALLS,
Boat Lifts, Boat Houses,
New, Re decks, Repair
& Styrofoam Replace.
Lic.CBC060275. Ins.
(352) 302-1236
QUALITY OUTBOARD
REPAIRS, Full & dock
side service. Morrill
Marine (352) 628-3331


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CITrUris COUNvTYO (ld.) CllfoN!CLe


P/T expanding duties
req. Must be experi-
enced. $20/hr.
Fax resume to
352-344-1942


Maintenance
Assistant

Wildwood SNF
seeks Experienced
maintenance Assts.
to join our team
Full-Time Opening!
GREAT
SALARY/BENEFITS
Arbor Village Nursing
Call 352-787-2910
Fax 352-748-7609
Jobs@CQcare.com
490 S. Old Wire Rd


NURSES
FT 7-3 & PT 11-7
Avante at Inverness
is currently
accepting
applications for
Avante offers
excellent wages as
well as Shift
differentials and
bonuses.
COME JOIN A
GREAT TEAM
Please apply at:
304 S. Citrus Ave.
Inverness
or fax resume to:
352-637-0333
or you can
email a resume to:
avantegrou.corm


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




Avail. for pvt. duty
nurse. Well exp.
Personal Heaithcare
Advocate 257-3856
Donna's Errand Service
Groceries, banking,
P.O., misc. References
352-563-6680/220-9161
Male companion for
elderly gentleman at
your home during
daylight hours. Can
provide light house
keeping, meal prep.
and transportation for
your appointments.
(Safe & Reliable) Call
Paul at (352) 560-3210
Private room avail, at
Private adult family
care home In Floral City
Licensed for 7 yrs.
Come check us out
(32 A637-3253


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




Have Cleaning Needs?
Call: "MAID2 Clean"
352-302-6206/302-5468
Stephanie/Liz
HOMES & WINDOWS
Serving Citrus County
over 18 years. Kathy
(352) 465-7334
Sisters Will Do House
Cleaning. Free Est. Lic.
(352)628-1574/220-1246
Ask for Deb



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ALL YOUR HOME NEEDS
Spring Speclall Home
malnt., gutter cleaning,
refacing countertops.
Greg (352) 476-7556
HANDYMAN REPAIRS
Homes & Mobiles,
Financing Available
10G,, at 0% Intbrest
Lic. 99990000005
Ba's (352) 628-4391




Additions/REMODELING
New construction
Bathrooms/Kitchens
Lic. & Ins. CBC 058484
(352) 344-1620
FRAMING CARPENTRY
Specializing in New
Homes, Remodels, Ins.
#CC2358, 352-634-0432


Neck & Back
Care Center
We're Growing!
Now Hiring:
CHIROPRACTIC
ASSISTANT
Exp, a plus,
Email Resume:
nbccl@earthlInk.net

NOW HIRING
Experienced,
Caring & Dependable

CNA's/HHA's
Hourly & Live-in,
Flexible schedules
offered. $9.00-$9.50/hr.
CALL LOVING CARE
,32k860-0885

Part-time
Medical Assistant
For Ophthalmology
Office. Good pay,
great work environ-
ment. Will train
the right person.
Fax Resume
(352) 628-0918. or
Call (352) 628-0123
Atten: Pam or Rhonda

PHYSICAL
THERAPY
TECHNICIAN
Position available for
PT Tech in outpatient
rehab facility In
CRYSTAL RIVER.
Good salary and
benefits.
Fax Resume to:
(352) 563-0102
Or Call:
(352) 563-0030


ROGERS Construction
New Homes,Additions
Florida Rooms.
637-4373 CRC1326872




FL RESCREEN
352-563-0104/257-1011
One panel or complete
Pool cage rescreen,
Family owned &
operated for 30 yrs.
HANDYMAWfWAIRS
Homes & Mbltes,

Uc. 99990000005
Bo's (352) 628-4391
Screen rms,Carports,
vinyl & acrylic windows,
roof overs & storm
panels, garage screen
doors, siding,
soffit fascia, Uc#2708
(352) 628-0562
Soffit/Lanal Installer
Relocated from SW Fl.
Trucking equip. & local
lic. pending. 503-4924




#1 A+ Mr Fixs- It
Prof. painting, Pres- I
n sure washing. Home |
repairs, Gutter cing
i & Screen repair. I
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SUc#99990255609
Sm--. mm m imm L
CALL STELLAR BLUE
for all Int/ Ext. painting
needs. Uc. & Ins. FREE
EST (352) 586-2996
A# 1 L&L HOUSEHOLD
REPAIRS & PAINTING
No job too small 24/7.
Uc. 3008 352-341-1440
Advanced Lawn Care &
More Cleanups, press.
wash, hedges & beds.
Uc. Ins. Res./Comm.
352-220-6325/220-9533







HANDYMAN REPAIRS
A Homes,& Mobiles,
Financing Available i
100% at% interest
Uc. 99990000005
Bob's (352). 628*4391
Henry's Painting Press.
wash, roof clean. Ins.
Accept Cr. cards. Lic#
30555 (352) 302-4928
Mike Anderson Painting
Int/Ext Painting & Stain-
cig & Pressure Washing
Call a professional,
Mike (352) 464-4418
PICARD'S PRESSURE
CLEANING & PAINTING
Roofs w/no pressure.
housesdrlveways, 25 yrs
exp. Lic./Ins. 341-3300




ALL YOUR HOME NEEDS
Sprina Soeclall Home
maint., gutter cleaning,
refacing countertops.
Greg (352) 476-7556


E 1 0 PM A1#0M
New & Re-Roofs.* Flat & Low Pitch
Roof Repairs Commercial Residential
Shingle Metal Built Up Roof
Torchdown Shakes







Sn-st all Sg fat gi oi ni s
(352) 628-2557
Lucksroof.com
Lifetime Workmanship Warranty Drug Free Workplace
State Certifed Lic. #CCC1327843


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




Social Services
HCR Manor Care of
Brooksville, a leader In
rehabilitation and
complex medical
care Is currently
seeking the following
professional to join
our team:
SOCIAL SERVICES
COORDINATOR
Position requires a
minimum of two
years social work
exp. in a healthcare
setting working
directly with geriatric
Individuals. BS
degree or relevant
experience required,
Degree In social work
or related human
services field
preferred. Current
license required.
Please send/fax
resume to:
Heartland of
Brooksvlle,
575 Lamar Avenue
Brooksville, FL 34601
Fax: (352) 799-3368.
Apply online at
www.hcr-manor
care.com
EEO/Drug-Free
Employer
People.Strength.
Commitment


HANDYMAN REAIRiS'
Homes Mbble. t
Financing Avaable
10 r. at0% Inetefs
U. 99990000005
Bo's (352) 628-4391





#1" A MrFix- iti
SProf. painting, Pres-
Ssure washing. Home |
repairs, Gutter cing
S& Screen repair. I
n 220-9326/382-3647
SUc#99990255609
#1 A+TECHNOLOGIES
All home repairs. Also
Plasma TV's Installed.
Pressure Wash &
Gutters, phone & cable
Uc.5863(352) 746-0141
#1 AFFORDABLE
PAINTING, pwr wash,
Small/Lg. repairs. Prof.,
lic. We treat you like
family. (352) 560-3265
#1 IN HOME REPAIRS,
paint, press.wash, clean
roof&gutters, Reliable,
#0169757 344-4409
V I'll return your call &
be there on time. Small
Jobs, repairs, maint.
Furniture assembled.
Lic.25995 352-613-5427
A# 1 L&L HOUSEHOLD
REPAIRS & PAINTING
No Job too small 24/7.
Uc. 3008 352-341-1440
AFFORDABLE,
m HAUUNG CLEANUP, I
PROMPT SERVICE
Trash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Furn, Const, I
Debris & Garages
352-697-1126

Andrew Joehl
Handyman. General
Maintenance/RepaIrs
fRessure & cleaning
Lawns, gutters. No Job
too small Reliable. Ins
02562Z1 352-465-9201
CCR SERVICES
All repairs & mainte-
nance, specialize In
absentee ownership
CBC1504771
(352) 726-5050






FAST AFFORDABLE
RELIABLEI Professional
Most repairs. Free Est.
LIc # 99990256374
(352) 257-9508
HANDYfAN REPAIR
Homes &Moblies,
Financing Available
100% at0%lnaerwt,,
i.. 99990000008 0
Ho's (352), 628B-491
HOME REPAIR 'cu
need it done, we'll do
It. 30 yrs. exp. Uc., Ins.
#73490256935,489-9051
Mobile & Residential
Gen. Malnt. & painting
Lic# 17210257305
344-3897
NATURE COAST HOME
REPAIR & MAINT. INC.
Offering a full range of
servlces.Llc.2776/Ins.
(352) 628-4282 VIsa/MC


Front Desk
for Diagnostic Ctr.
Full time position.
Must also provide
asstance to XRay
tech, Call
(352) 527-0430 or Fax
resume:(352)527-1516

SOCIAL SERVICES
DIRECTOR
A skilled nursing
facility seeks a
Director of Social
Services.
Responsibilities
Include:
psychosoclal
assessments, care
planning and
discharge planning.
The successful
candidate will be a
highly organized,
flexible & self
directed, & able to
meet the needs of
the elderly.
Computer skills
helpful. Experience in
LTC necessary. BSW,
MSW or Bachelor's
degree In related
field essential. We
are a recognized
leader in senior care
facilities and offer
competitive salary
and benefits.
Apply to:
Marion House Health
Care Center
3930 E. Sliver Springs
Blvd.
Ocala, FL 34470
fax:352-236-0888
email:
hr-marlon@senlors-
management.com
EOE


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




** B-COOL *
All A/C & heat work
Sales & Serv. Uc.&
Ins.CAC1815103
(352) 302-3963




CITRUS ELECTRIC
All electrical work.
Uc & Ins ER13013233
352-527-7414/220-8171
FULL ELECTRIC SERVICE
Remodeling, Lighting,
New Installl Uc. & Insur
#2767(352) 257-2276




r AFFORDABLE
n HAULING CLEANUP, I
PROMPT SERVICE I
Trash, Trees, Brush,
I Appl. Furn, Const, I
n Debris & Garages n
352-697-1126
L m ml mmm Jm m
All of Citrus Hauling/
Moving Items delivered,
clean ups.Everything
from A to Z 628-6790
C.J.'S TRUCK/TRAILER
Low $$$/7 day serve
Furn., appi, trash, brush,
726-2264 201-1422
Fum. Moving / Hauling
Dependable & Exp.
LARRY
352-270-3589, 726-7022
J&J Moving & Hauling"
Clean Outs, Relocations
Odd Jobs, Yard Work
(352) 628-9370
SWE MOVE SHEDS
352-637-6607

S- Mr. F -
Prof. painting, Pres- I
Assure washing, Home
repairs, Gutter cing
I & Screen repair. I
1 220-9326/382-3647 |
Llc#99990255609


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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
HANDYMAN REPAIRS
&Hom & Mobiles,
Financing Available
100% at 0% Interest
Uc. 99990000005
.o's (352) 628-4391




All kinds of fences
JAMES LYNCH FENCE
Free estimates.
(352) 527-3431


First Class Quality 6307
Professional _
House Painter
* Seeks Own Work
* Interior / Exterior QUALITY
* Reliable WITH PRIDE!
* Responsible STRONG
* Honest, Clean SONA
* Great Opportunity LOCAL
* Fair Rates! REFERENCES!
Call Patrick:
352-423-0140
LICENSE # 99990257436 INSURED


lc.n Medical


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.




(352) 726-9260

(352) 628-1190
813-763-3856 Cell
HANDYMAN REPAIRS
Homes & Mobiles,
FInancing Ayallable
100%Far ft snereni
Lc. 99990000005
Bo's (352) 62814391




H DIRRIYMANi R
New Systems &
Repairs. Ins. Lic.3000

Homes. Ii led
Rolled. A 99VANS
(352) 637-5825




John Gordon Roofing
Reca Rates Freeest. Proudto
Serve You.
ccc 1325492.
795-7003/800-233-5358


All iracror a len Service
Firewood, Land Clear,
Tree Serv., Bushhogg,
Driveways ,302-6955
BIANCHI CONCRETE
Driveway-Patio- Walks.
Concrete Specialists.
LIc#2579/Ins. 746-1004
CONCRETE WORK.
SIDEWALKS, patios,
driveways, slabs. Free
estimates. Uc. #2000.
Ins, 795-4798.
CONCRETE WORK.
SIDEWALKS, patios,
driveways, slabs. Free
estimates. Lc. #2000. Ins.
795-4798.
ROB'S MASONRY
& CONCRETE Slabs,
driveways 4 tear outs
Lic. 14774 6-6554
WIGGINS
CONCRETE & MASONRY
Lay c.u'i r.ru IIrt IS ii r.t
tractor work, Drives
-Patios-Color Stamp
20691 Powell Rd.
Dunnellon, FI. 34431
(352)489-4529, lic.#1434




AFFORDABLE,
HAULING CLEANUP, I
| PROMPT SERVICE
Trash, Trees, Brush,
Appi. Furn; Const, I
I Debris &' Garages *
352-697-1126
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Home or Comm.
Renovations 30 yrs. exp.
Llc#CBC1250751 Ins. No
job too small. Free est.
Affordable rates. Ron
Whitehead Bldr.Call
today (352) 628-4211
W. F. GILLESPIE
Room Additions, New
Home Construction,
Baths & Kitchens
St. Liec. CRC 1327902
(352) 465-2177
www.wfglllespie.com
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
DrywallTexturing,
Painting, Tile Work,
Framing. 30-yrs. exp.
344-1952 CBC058263




A TILE DOCTOR
Tile & marble repairs &
cleaning. 35 yrs. exp.
Lic/Ins #2441 Ph.613-TILE
CERAMIC TILE INSTALLER
Bathroom remodeling,
handicap bathrooms.
Lic/Ins. #2441 795-7241
CUTTING EDGE Ceramic
Tile. LiUc, #2713, Insured.
Showers, Firs, Counters
Etc. (352) 422-2019


ROCKMONSTERS, INC.
St. Cert. Metal/Drywall
Contractor. Repairs,
Texture, Additions,
Homeowners. Builders
Free est. (352) 220-9016
LIc.#SCC131149747
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting, Tile Work,
Framing. 30 yrs. exp.
344-1952 CBC058263




FILL, ROCK, CLAY, ETC.
All tvoes of Dirt Service
Call Mike 352-564-1411
Mobile 239-470-0572
All Tractor/Dirt Service
Firewood, Land Clear,
Tree Serv., Bushhogg.
Driveways 302-6955
Dirt, Rock, Hauling,
Mulch, Tractor work, Ins.
Lic. Reasonable rates.
(352) 302-7325
FLIPS TRUCK & TRACTOR,
Landclearing, Truck &
Tractor work. House
Pads, Rock, Sand, Clay,
Mulch & Topsoil.
(352) 382-2253
LARRY'S TRACTOR
SERVICE Finish grading
& bush hogging
352-302-3523/628-3924


I .ALUMINU


LPN/RN
For busy doctors
office, CMA okay.
Fax Resume:
(352) 795-7898


SOCIAL
WORKER

We are currently
seeking a full-time
Hospice Social
Worker for our Citrus
county location.
Selected candidate
will assess needs and
provide supportive
services to patients
and families as well
as serve a liaison
between our agency
and other community
agencies serving
hospice families.
MSW required, LCSW
preferred.

Please send resume
to or apply in person
at:





2417 North
Lecando Hwy
Lecanto, FL 34461
Fax: 727-862-2870
Email:
Humenesoucesfchos-
EOE/DFWP


* ALPINE TRACTOR *
Land Clearing, Tree Ser.
Hauling, Bushhogging
*Sean (352) 220-8723*
VanDykes Backhoe
Service. Landclearing,
Pond Digging &
Ditching (352) 302-7234
(352) 344-4288




All Tractor /Dirt Service
Firewood, Land Clear,
Tree Serv., Bushhogg,
Driveways 302-6955
AMAZINGII Complete
Lot Clearing Service,
House pads, fill dirt, all
types of Rock S&W Land
Clearing. 352-637-0686
DONALD KERNZ'S
M.H. demolition, red
tag cleanup, land
clearing (352) 634-0329
RMD SERVICES
Hauling, clearing, grad-
ing, and jobsite
cleanup. 352-628-2534
TREE REMOVAL,
Landclearing, Till Dirt,
Bush hogging,
(352) 563-1873
TURTLE ACRES
BUSHHOG SERVICE
No Job too small Uc.
(352) 422-2114
ALPINE TRACTOR *
Land Clearing, Tree Ser.
Hauling, Bushhogging
*Sean (352) 220-8723*




Bushes, Beds, Mulching,
Landscaping, Spring
Clean-up, Pres. Wash-
ing, Hauling. 726-9570
SOD SOD SOD-
BANG'S LANDSCAPING
Sod, Trees, Shrubs
(352) 341-3032




Advanced Lawn Care &
More Cleanups, press.
wash, hedges & beds.
Lic, Ins, Res./Comm,
352-220-6325/220-9533
Bushes, Beds, Mulching,
Landscaping, Spring
Clean-up, Pres. Wash-
ing. Hauling. 726-9570
C & R LANDSCAPING
Lawn Maint., clean ups
Mulching, We Show Up
352-503-5295, 503-5082




FIBERGLASS POOL
Resurfacing, 25 yr. warr,
Free est., lic. ins. & ref
(352)341-4515
Greg's Marcite: New
Pools/ Remodels. FREE
ESTIMATE. CCFF 2636
Lic. & Inc. 746-5200
POOL BOY SERVICES
Total Pool Care
Acrylic Decking
S352-464-3967


POOL LEAKING??
Pool Leak Detection
Since 1964
352-302-9963/357-5058
POOL LINERS
15 Yrs. Exp.
Call for free estimate
(352) 591-3641




FIREWOOD 4x 7
SPLIT, DRY OAK
$80 Stacked &
Delivered
(352) 344-2696
All Tractor/Dirt Service
Firewood Land Clear,
Tree- ervn, Bushhon aa


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




Donna's Errand Service
Groceries, banking,
P.O., misc. References
352-563-6680/220-9161
MR CITRUS
COUNTY REALTY








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




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6" Seamless Gutter
7" Commercial Copper
& Aluminum Best Job
Lic. & Ins. 352-860-0714
Alan's Seemless 5"
Resid. gutter & gutter
cleaning. 30 yr. exp. No
money down 637-1457
ALL EXTERIOR
ALUMINUM
Quality Pricel
6" Seamless Gutters
SLic&Ins 621-0881

HANDYMAN REPAIRS
Homes & Mobiles,
Financing Available
100% at0% Interest
c. 99990000005
Bo's (352) 628-4391




Penne of Thyme, In
your kitchen. Personal
chef & more. Call
Teraza (352) 341-6294


Ugly Driveway

or Pool Deck?
Transform your
existing concrete!
JANUARY SPECIAL

I 895 Coated and Completely Sealed I
S (Upto 1000 sa fl, 10 yr warranty
C nnirirr, i316'R 2i-aonl.al i L1.- '.e c 3,i'ln rl.1i
CREATIVE COATI G
352-628-1313


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OFFICE MANAGER

To run Medloal Office,
billing CPT codes,
Medisoft, patient
reception skills, experi-
ence, resume required
422-3843 Mon-Sun
Staff Pharmacists
Citrus Memorial
Health System (CMH)
Is currently seeking
Staff Pharmacists to
work (7) 10 hour
shifts while being paid
for 80 hours. A
Bachelors degree or
PharmD In Pharmacy
required, previous
pharmacy
experience preferred,
and current license in
state of Florida
required. Multiple
shifts are available.
Please apply pnline
at ,
www.cltrusmh.com.
CMH Is an equal op-
portunity employer.








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NEEDOU, HLP


PODIATRIC
MEDICAL
ASSISTANT
Busy Podiatry office,
28 Hr. Per Wk., Medical
Exp Preferred. Fax
Resume: (352)489-6920



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RN
CLINICAL
SUPERVISOR


Apply at:
2604 W. Woodland
Ridge Drive
Lecanto, Fl 34461
M-F 8-Spmn

Qual: Grad. From an
accredited college or
univ. nursing
program with an
RN degree, Must
possess current
licensure in the state
of Florida. A valid
drivers license Is
required. One
year's supervisory
exp. preferred.

Also, accepting
app's for all LPN
positions due to
expansion.
M/F/VET/HP
E.O.E. Drug Free
Workplace


CLASSIFIED


Growing Citrus
County Healthcare
Organization seeking
an Accountant
reporting to the V.P.
Financial Services.
Responsibilities
Include GL, assist PR,
A/P, A/R. corp. filings,
bank recs, statement
prep, journal prep,
reports, cash mgmt,
budget prep, special
projects, and work
with CPAs.
Four year business
related degree
required, accounting
concentration
preferred. Min. 2
years related exp.
and proficient use
with MS Excel, Word,
Power Point, Great
Plains, FrX, and F9.
Completive salary
and benefits.

Interested candidates
should reply in
confidence with
resume to:

Mike Carle
Fax 800-610-9680
Direct 800-610-9080
mcarle@theraav





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Join our team
of caring
professionals

Staffing Manager
Full Time

Manage clinical staff
to ensure consistent
scheduling and care
of HOCC patients

Bachelor's degree in
business or human
services related field
or advanced certifi-
cation in above fields
preferred.
Strong managerial.
skills and exp. req.
Apply Today
Telephone:
352.527.2020
Fax: 352.527.9366
ithacher@hosplceofc-
ltruscounty.ora
Hospice of Citrus
County
P.O. Box 641270
Beverly Hills, Fl 34464.
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*NOW HIRING*
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Next Generation
ReItr & $$$ Earn
while you learn $$$
Hiring newly Licensed
Real Estate Associates
Call today to jump
start your career In
Real Estatell
Call Summer today
(352) 382-2700
a (352) 424-1706 *

CLOSING AGENT
For Title Co. Must be
exp'd. F/T position.
Fax resume to:
(352) 746-7222

CUSTOMER
SUPPORT

Looking for highly
motivated person w/
good interpersonal
& phone skills,
Microsoft Office
Products knowledge.
Time Management
skills, deadline
oriented, able to
work in a fast paced
environment. Sales &
Marketing Skills a plus.
Contact Mike @
Legendary Marketing
352-527-3553









Fire/EMS
Dispatchers
HERNANDO
COUNTY SHERIFF
Is seeking exp.
motivated individuals
to work in communi-
cations, FT benefits
incld, annual salary
commensurate w/
exp., paid health ins.,
Call HR (352)754-6830
or visit our web site at
www.hernandosheriff.

HUNGRY
REALTORS
WANT TO MAKE UP
TO 100%
COMMISSION?
WORK IN THE BEST



(BROKER/OWNER)
@352-422-7925 TO
SCHEDULE
AN INTERVIEW.
PLANTATION REALTY
INC.

Licensed Assistant

Needed for Busy Real
Estate Professionals.
Excellent People skills,
written and oral
communication skills,
and Competency w/
Micro Soft Office Req.
Fax your name &
contact number
to: 352-746-4046
and/or email me at
ccarlsol@
tampabay.rr.com
NETWORK
ENGINEER, F/T

Install, configure and
support Lan & Won.
Require HS diploma &
two years exp. in job
off'd or closely related
fields. Contact
Mr S. Patel
201 N Seminole Ave.
Inverness, FL 34450
PART-TIME
CODE
ENFORCEMENT
OFFICER

The City of Dunnellon,
population of 1970, is
seeking a Part-time
Code Enforcement
Officer. High School
diploma or G.E.D.
and considerable
experience in code
enforcement
desired. Possession of
FACE certification at
Level I, II, III or ability
to obtain certification
within one year. An
equivalent
combination of
education, training
and experience may
be considered.
Understanding and
experience of due
process is a must.
Applications desired
by May 31st.
Position open until
filled. Job description
and application
available at
Dunnellon City Hall,
20750 River Drive,
Dunnellon, FL 34431
(352)465-8500.
EOE, DFWP.

PLANNER
Professional public
plannthg work
managing complex
projects relative to
zoning and land
development
regulations. Prepares
reports for variances,
conditional uses,
amendments to land
development code,
site plan analysis for
compliance with
zoning and land
development
regulations. Ability to
prepare planning
data In both a
graphic and/or
written form. Makes
presentations to
elected/appointed
officials and citizens
groups. DRI and
subdivision/platting
review experience
beneficial. Master's


degree in Urban
Planning or related
field with two years
experience or B.S In
related field with
additional
experience may be
substituted. AICP
desirable.
Starting salary range
$1,429.27- $2,101.04
B/W DOQ.
Send resume or
apply at the
Citrus County Human
Resources Office,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 178,
Lecanto, Florida
34461
by Friday,
February 23, 2007.
EOE/ADA


FT/PT LOAN REPS
MORTG. BROKERS
Want to make 3K to
10K a month? Call CD
Morta. 352-400-1501 or
352-400-2704
Training classes starting
Network Systems
Analyst/Manager
for enterprise level
network, MCSE
certified, 2 yrs exp
network mgmt.
VMWare exp
a plus.
Apply Sumter
County Schools -
www.sumter.k 12.fi.us

TECHNICAL
SUPPORT

Knowledge of
HTML & CSS.
Trouble Shooting,
Networking & Good
Communication Skills
Call Mike @
Legendary
Marketing
352-527-3553

WANTED FOR
BUSY INSURANCE
AGENCY

LIC. 220 AGENT
or CSR
Experience
preferred but will
train the right person.
Apply in person @
8469 W. Grover
Cleveland Blvd.
Homosassa, FL

WE NEED YOU
To help Make a
Difference in a
Young Man's Life

Cypress Creek
Juvenile Offender
Correctional Center,
a residential program
for 96 high and
maximum risk males
committed to the
Dept. of Juvenile
Justice is recruiting for
Juvenile Corrections
Officer. Supervise
and maintain
custody of male
offenders In a secure
and controlled
atmosphere. Must be
21, have High School
Diploma or GED,
and have a
satisfactory
background
screening and
complete required
training in
accordance with DJJ
rules and regulations.
Apply in person at:
Cypress Creek
2855 W Woodland
Ridge Dr.
Lecanto, FL 34461




BAKERY HELP
& PKG & DELIVERY
EARLY MORNINGS
Apply Monday Friday
before 10am at
211 N. Pine Ave., Inv.
EXP. DELI PERSON

Recent exoerence
onli (352) 527-9013
EXP. WAIT STAFF
& BARTENDER
Apply In the office at.
Seven Rivers
Country Club
7395 W Pinebrook St.,
Crystal River
EOE / Drug Free

*Opening Soon,*
BACK WATER JACKS
BAR & GRILL
Immediately Hiringlll
Servers
Bartenders
Pantry Cooks
Line Cooks
(352) 302-4113
Drug Screening

*MANAGERS
*COOKS
*SERVERS
Exp. preferred. High
volume environment.
COACH'S Pub&Eatery
114 W. Main St., Inv.
11582 N. Williams St.,
Dunnellon EOE
NOW HIRING!
WAIT STAFF
Experienced Only
Apply within.
Peck's Old Port Cove
139 N. Ozello Trail
Crystal River.
VAN DER VALK
FINE DINING HIRING
Sous Chef
Please Contact
(352) 613-7070




$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
WRITE YOUR OWN
PAYCHECK

Exp. phone Sales
Reps Needed.
Call 352-628-0187

/ EXP. RV /
SALES PERSONS
Needed. Good
hours, benefits &
pay. Apply In
person, see Barry,
at COMO RV
Hwy.19, Homosassa
(352) 628-6184


ATTENTION
$4,000 TO
$6000
MONTHLY

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


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Customer Service
Representatives

Seeking motivated
CSR's, for growing
Insurance agency
in Citrus Springs.
Immediate opening.
Call (352) 746-0606
RV SALES PERSON
Must be experienced.
Apply in person
GISTRV- 2524 W. Hwy
44, Inverness
SALES PERSON
Modular model
home center, well
established company.
Constructions knowl-
edge/ background
req. 5 day wk. Sat.
required. Fax or Emall
Resume To:
352-382-3240 or


SALES/
TELEMARKETING
Looking for professional,
exp. telemarketers.
Guaranteed salary,
commission, medical &
dental. Call Barbara
352-726-5600
SALES/CASHIER
/it Pln
Seasonal Positions
Fast paced upscape
Citrus Shop. Couples &
Retirees welcome. Will
train. Travel expenses
paid. Call for interview
352-572-2452




CADD TECH

Auto Cadd, Land
Desk Top Survey
drafting experience
preferred but not
required.
Call 352-563-2729
Or fax resume to:
352-563-0037




COMMERCIAL
CARPET INSTALLER
/ HELPER
Experience preferred,
reliable, must be
(352) 341-4848
DRIVERS
RUN SOUTHEAST
ONLY
8 Company Drivers
Needed.
HOME EVERY
WEEKEND
60% Drop & Hook
Sign On Bonus
Health & Dental
Paid Vacation
Rider Program
(Immediate)
CDL/A 2 Yrs OTR
Shoreline
Transportation
877-208-9176

Electricians
M Experienced Only.
Residential Work
Valid Driver's Lic.
Ferrara Electric
352-746-1606 or

Fax resume
352-746-3621
DFWP
EXP. FRAMERS
NEEDED

(352) 634-0432
EXP'D. ROOFERS
AND/OR CREWS
Valid FL Driver's
License. Top Pay
(352) 341-3921


HEAVY
EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR
EMPLOYMENT
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Bulldozers, Backhoes,
Loaders, Dump Trucks
Graders, Scrapers
& Excavators
-National Certification
-Financial Assistance
-Job Placement
Assistance
866-448-3413
Associated Training
Services
www.equlpment-
operator.com


EXP. PAINTERS

Needed for local work.
352-341-3553/726-.6761

EXPERIENCED
MICA/VENEER
LAMINATOR
For HIgh End
Furniture Co.
Strong Interest In fine
woodworking.
Experienced with
references a must.
By Appointment
352-795-1100

LOCAL TOWER
SERVICE COMPANY

In search of motivated
individual capable of
ascend and servicing
tall broadcasting
towers. Electronic/
electrical experience a
plus- Training provided.
Travel throughout the
Southeastern U.S.
Company vehicle/
fuel/hotel provided
for travel. Good
Pay-Health Benefits -
Per Diem-Vacation
& Bonuses Includedl
Require clean drivers li-
cense and background
check.
Apply In person at:
Hilights Inc.
4177 N. Citrus Ave.
Crystal River, FI 34428
(352) 564-8830


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qualified


employee?





This area's


#1


employment


source!






Classifieds

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LP/Natural Gas
Installers

Helpers Needed
no exp. necessary,
Starting at $9,00

Exp. Techs
Pay varies according
to knowledge Drug
Screen mandatory,
Apply:
Anderson Gas Service
3029 E. Thomas St.
Inverness
(352) 344-1059


MECHANIC
MECHANIC WANTED
FULL TIME-
SMALL\ ENGINES
EXPERIENCE NEEDED
BURNS MOWER & SAW
BUSHNELL, FL.
352-793-4044

PART TIME
DRIVERS
Cox Auto Trader,
the nations largest
publisher of classified
and photo advertis-
ing magazines Is
currently seeking
Individuals to deliver
magazines In
Homosassa one day
a week on Friday.
Individuals interested
in pursuing this
business opportunity
must have a reliable
vehicle, valid driver's
license, good driving
record, valid
automobile insurance
and will be required
to sign an Independ-
ent contractor
agreement.
Interested Individuals
should call.
1-800-513-6776.


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OTR Truck Drivers
The Largest
Florida. Based
Refrigerated Trucking
Co. Is seeking the Best
In Safely andOn-lime
Delivery.
We Offer:
99% No louch Frelghll
High Milesi
Dedlcoated
Dlspatcheisl
Top Pay, Benefifsl
Class-A-CDL
Required.
Call (800) 362-0159 or
Apply at
www.LCTlobs.com
Sign On Bonusl
Call Nowl


Securitas Security
Services Inc.,
the largest Security
provider in the world,
is currently hiring for
Security Officers for
the Crystal River site
located at the
Progress Energy
Nuclear Facility in the
Citrus County area.
If you enjoy working
In a physically
demanding,
professional environ-
ment, have excellent
customer service skills,
and are dedicated
to doing a great job,
this may be the
opportunity for youl
Minimum
Reaulrements:
> Reliable
transportation
>- Eligible to work In
the U.S.
> 21 years of age or
older
> High School
Diploma or G.E.D.
> Good written and
verbal communi-
cation skills
>- Military back-
round or previous
Security
experience Is
preferred, but NO
EXPERIENCE
NEEDED.
>- Willing to submit to
background
procedures Includ-
ing drug screen
and background
check.
ALL APPLICANTS
ARE WELCOME.
To learn more about
Securitas Security
Services Inc. In your
area, visit us at
www.cr3security.neft
you can also apply
online.
Beginning rates of
pay are as follows:
While In training
$13.25 per hour-
Once certified by CR3
standards and the
State of Florida rate
then increases to
$ 15.43 per hour.
ALL Interested
applicants please fax
your resumes to
Paul Benjamin
(352) 563- 4446,
we will be accepting
resumes until
February 5th, and
selected applicants
will begin class the
week of February 26th
Thank you for your
Interest.


EXP'D PAINTER
Must have own tools
& transportalionill
(352) 302-6397

PAINTERS &
HELPERS
Fast paced
environment. Must
have own transp.
(352) 527-9274

PLUMBERS"
I ONLY
S Experienced
Rough Tubset Trim
Service.
SIf not don't appyv
621-7705

SERVICE TECHS,
WRITERS
& DETAILERS

For Suzuki Dealership,
opening March,
Mark (352)628-3533
TOWER HAND
Starting at $9.00/hr
Bldg Communication
Towers. Travel, Good
Pay & Benefits. OT,
352-694-8017 Mon-FrI
VETERINARY
TECHNICIAN

Opening at Floral City
Veterinary Hospital, Inc.
Please call
352-726-7388
r m m mm
WAREHOUSE
I TECH

Must have exp. n
I shop w/supplles.
S(352) 621-7705




$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
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WRITE YOUR OWN
PAYCHECK
Exp. phone Sales
Reps Needed.
Call 352-628-0187
BAKERY HELP
& PKG & DELIVERY
EARLY MORNINGS
Apply Monday Friday
before 10am at
211 N. Pine Ave., Inv.
CARPET CLEANING
TECHNICIAN

One of the famous
Carpet Cleaning fran-
chises is looking for a
technician, must be
bilingual. For interviews.
(352) 476-2683
COMMUNITY
TELEMARKETER

Chance to associate
with large area
residential developer
in marketing
department. No cold
calls. Work with leads
generated by
national marketing
programs to arrange
Inspection visits. Base
salary, benefits
package & Incentive
programs. RE license
offers added
opportunity.
Fax resume to
Citrus Hills at
746-4456


CLEANERS

Exp. preferred, will train.
Must have vehicle &
phone. Background
check. Call Lee for
appt. (352) 682-7700

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

FIELD TECH

DAY SHIFT 8am 8pm
3Y2 days/wk, 12 hours,
Sun. thru Wed.. days
We offer paid holidays,
medical benefits &
paid vacation.
$6.67 per hour
starting pay,
352-795-8881,
leave message or
Fax Resume;
352-795-6422 EOE
JOBS GALOREIII
www.AAA
EMPLOYMENT.NET
LAND SURVEYING
Office Assistant
Proficient In
Micro Soft Office
PIT Data Entr/Flling
Detail oriented
Instrument Person
NATURE COAST
LAND SURVEYING
1907 Hwy. 44-W.,
Inverness, FL 34450
(352) 860-2626
ncls@tampabay.rr.com

REGAL BOATS
Is Expanding
New Yacht
Facility

We have over 30
immediate opening
in Orlando. We are
looking for
experienced
boatbullders and
hardworking people
We Can Trailn

Benefits
Family Owned
Steady Work
Health/Dental/Life
401k w/Match
8 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation
No Weekend Work
Monthly Bonus
Positions
Lamination
Assembly
Management
Engineering
Wood Shop
Maintenance
Stockroom
Regal Is having a
Career Fair
Friday, February 9th
9:00 amto'600 pm
2300 Jetport Dr.
Orlando, FL 32809
Exit 8 off the
528 Beeline


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LAUNDRY RUNNER/
HOUSEMAN

Good Benefits
Apply In person at:
Best Western
Crystal River

MERCANTILE BANK


Part Time Teller-
Crystal River

www.bankmer
cantile.com
EEO Employer
M/F/V/D

PERSONAL ASST.

Salary negoitable
Must have knowledge
of garage sales.
Email resume or Info
sheet to
tman110448@
hotmall.com

Telemarketing

-Now hiring.
A Bella Spa &
Wellness Center
Apply in person.
626 W. Halls
River Rd., Hom.

TELEMARKETING
$$$$$$$$$$$$
P/T or F/T, 9:00 -4:30.
Monday through
Friday. Write your own
check. Call Diane
352-795-2418,
Before noon

TRUCK
DRIVER/LABORER
Septic tank pumping
company seeks reliable
full-time driver/laborer
with valid CDL with
Tanker endorsement li-
cense, Current Medical
Card and clean driving
record. Septic truck expe-
rience preferred, but will
train. Call 352-726-6646.


Increased pay rates and

competitive benefit package
$ for all F/T employees $
after 90 days


Positions Available:

Residential FT & PT

Horticulture Assistant FT

Bus Driver PT Relief

DRUG FREE WORKPLACE

Apply within the HR Dept.
130 Heights Ave.,
Inverness, Florida
352-341-4633
or Online at kevtrainingcenter.or-
(TDD: 1-800-545-1833 ext. 347)
*EOE*
69583


Great opportunity to lay ut and create
advertising for:a daily or weekly paper.
Work with a team of Sales Reps and Ad
Coordinators to produce successful
a vertising for our customers. Excellent
benefits package. Must have layout and
design skills and ability to worl-at a fast
pace in a production environment. For
consideration, apply NOW1


PT Collator

Temp Late nights &, weekends. Help
feed machines to put daily and weekly
newspaper together prepare or
delivry Must e able to ft up to.30
lbs. Training provided., ;


Successful applicants must pass pre.--,
employmnent-drug screen.,


C I T R U S


C 0 U N T aY ,, Stop in to f il out an application at
Citrus County Chronicle
S.: ..1624, N. Meadowcrest$Ivd.

C rystal.RiverL 34429'.,
S.... ormail toihr@hronldeonline,com

www.chronicleonline.com or fqx:352-564-.35


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TREE FARM
Exp.,Dependable, able.
bodied. 352-628-3098
WATER FILTRATION
SERVICE
Full Time
Installation & Servica.
Will train the right-
person. Must have"k
a truck or van. Drug-
testing req. Benefits
352-795-0003




P/T SHOWROOM !
HELP
Assist customers in
selecting ceramic tile,
computer work & other
assorted duties.
Approx. 25hr per
week, average
2 Saturday
per month.
Apply at
Tile Contractors Supply
Between 3:30 & 4:30 pm
4301 W. Hwy. 44,
Lecanto
Part-time
Medical Assistant
For Ophthalmology
Office. Good pay,
great work environ-
ment. Will train
the right person.
Fax Resume
(352) 628-0918. or
Call (352) 628-0123
Atten: Pam or Rhonda




FRANCHISE
Huddle House
Franchise available in
Crystal River.
Own your own
business- just $80,000
upfront capital w/ our
Build-to suit program.
770-367-9623 .












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APTS. FOR SALE 18 UNITS
2/1, Crystal River,
$945,000. Will divide.
By Owner 352-634-4076
Ind. Distributors for
Mona Vie
drink t, feel It, share It.
(352)795-1613




' LAUNDROMAT
CITRUS COUNTY
Good Income
?K2 746-449.j Iv me.


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
rmetalstructureslic.com
WE MOVE SHEDS
352-637-6607




I "UVE AUCTIONS"
"ww.charilefudge.com
,For Upcoming Auctions
1-800-542-3877
1934 Crner curio
f mahogany 6ftx2ft
glass dor, lower
cabinet, exc. cond.,
$295 (352) 637-7262


SEND YOUR
LOVED ONE
A VALENTINE

6 lines $15.95
(with artwork)
$1 per additional line
Ad will run
Feb. 14, 2007





or

or








Deadline Fri. Feb. 9
5pm. Ads must be
prepaid


Antique dining table,
6 chairs, 2 extra leaves,
adding, 2 capt. chairs,
4 reg. all upholstered,
pink, double corded,
over 100 yrs old, very
good cond. Beautiful
'$350. Brass & porcelain
head & foot board,
$100 (352) 746-4874
ANTIQUE SHOW
Invemess-Citrus Co.
Auditorium (Next to
Fairgrounds)
Sat., Feb. 3rd 10 5
Sun., Feb. 4th 11 4
$1.00 off adm w/ad
(941) 408-3576




CATS MEOW
(Collectibles, 44 various
series pc's, 41 accessory
ipc's, Asking $75 for all,
Call (352) 637-5227



-S
,6 PERSON HOTTUB
w/cover. 110/220V.
Good Cond.
$850
(352) 302-6536
HOTTUB
2 Person, Leisure Bay
Perfect ConditlonI
New $3,000/Asking $800
(352) 860-2310




2 Year Old Appliances,
Kenmore, Bisk,
Refrigerator, stove-. .
dishwasher & over the
stove microwave, $850
akes all, (352) 489-5086

SYSTEMS. 13th SEER
& UP. New Units at
Wholesale Prices
2Ton $780.00
-B 2-Ayton $814.00
S- 3 Ton $882.00
*Installation kits;
I *Prof. Installation;
Pool Heat Pumps
Also Available
Free Dellveryl
Call 746-4394
'ABC Briscoe Appliance
Refrigerators, washers,
stoves. Service & Parts
(352) 344-2928

iDALL APPLIANCES
IlAll In Stock, Full Warr.
I Stainless Wk Specials.
Buy/Sell 352-454-4321
APPLIANCE CENTER
I Used Refrigerators,
'toves, Washers, Dryers.
1 NEW AND USED PARTS
Dryer Vent Cleanina
Visa, M/C., A/E. Checks
352-795-8882
CUISINART
Food Processor
w/Cookbook $100
Robotcoupe Orig.
Model, Lots of Attach.
Like NewlCall for details
(352) 382-1669
FREEZER
Sears, Uprlght.
$300 or consider Trade


for good refrigerator.
(352) 527-3102


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ATLAS 6" Bench top
Lathe w/4 Jaw chuck,
new milling attachment
triple A shape on cvrd.
wheel cart, $500.
(352) 447-3034
CRAFTSMAN
10" Bandsaw, $50;
8" Drill Press $50.
(352) 344-8242







Double Recliner,
light blue, good
cond. $75
(352) 341-3948
SLIDING PATIO DOORS
& FRAMES (gently used)
8'X12' $125
&8'X6' $75
(352) 637-5200
Temporary
Builders Pole
200 amp, Ready to go.
$150
(352) 274-5523



DIESTLER COMPUTERS
Internet service, New &
Used systems, parts &





con,6475.5-4
upgrades. Visa/
MCard 637-5469
http://www.rdee.net
TOSHIBA SATELLITE
LAPTOP
Ram, $475. abo




6 PC. PATIO SET
w/cushlons. Like newly
$150
(352) 465-1695
PVC 7 PC. SET
Rect. Table 3 X 6,4
chairs. light blue
cushions, double swing,
& lounger $500/set
(352) 628-1150


79--
FREEZER, UPRIGHT
20 cu. ft., almond
Great cond.
$100 B00
352-795-2820/697-0301
FULL LINE USED
APPLIANCES
Reasonable Prices
(352) 563-1222
GE Combination
elec. range, oven & mi-
crowave, runs great but
we're re-doing the
kitchen. $50
(352) 341-1357
Hoover Vacuum
bagless, twin cause
system. 20.0 amps,
like new $80.
(352) 344-1768
Kenmore washer &
dryer, large capacity,
deluxe features, works
fine, $250
(352) 344-8328, Iv.msg
Refrigerator
18cu ft.,5 yrs old,
factory installed Ice
maker, $200. firm
(352) 527-8535
REFRIGERATOR/
FREEZER (Bottom)
33 X 67 Blk. Kitchenaid,
w/ icemaker. Beautiful
Great Cond. $385
(352) 637-6046
Tappan gas range
& hood, 30", very clean,
works great, $100
(352) 341-1296
WASHER & DRYER
Lke new $285/set,
Satisfaction guarantee
Free Delivery & Set-up
352-754-1754
WASHER & DRYER
Works good
$175/pr.; Antique Wa-
terfall Style Bed (Dbl.)
$150
(352) 560-3579
WASHER
GE, heavy duty, Ig.
capacity. Good Cond.
$75
Cell (989) 529-8768
Whirlpool 30" drop In
elec. range, bisque,
$100 (352) 341-4949
WHIRLPOOL AIR COND.
WINDOW UNIT
w/remote, 3 spd. 220V,
18000 BTU, brand new
in box, $225.
(352) 637-6407




COMPUTER DESK
Oak $300
Ex.c Cond.
(352) 527-6866




Great Catalogued
Antique & Collectible
Auction
SUN. FEB. 4 1pm
Early uncataloged
box lots starting at
Noon outside
4000 Hwv. 41-S. Inv.
75+ pcs. fum. Silver,
fantastic lighting,
coins, pocket knives,
toys, fishing, china &
glassware, Remington
bronze, paper lots,
marbles, pottery,
country furnishings.
Don't Miss This Salel
See web: www.
dudleysauction.com
(352) 637-9588
AB 167,, A,?2*
i2l:P 2%Disc cd/ck

SOUTHERN
AUCTION
MARKETING &
APPRAISALS

AUCTION
Monday
Feb. 5th, 2007
7:00pm
Game Table, Nascar
Collection, Sofa/Love
Seat, Dining Sets,
Dressers, Chest of
Drawers, Patio
Furniture, Oak Bar
Table/4 Stools,
Carved Coffee Table
w/ 6 Benches, Reclin-
ers, BR Sets,
Violin/Case, Tools,
Computer Desk, Mir-
rors, 1993 Buick
LeSabre, 2 person
BAAS Boat,
Glassware, Jewelry,
Coins, Linens, more.
15991 NE Hwy 27 Alt.
Williston, FL
352-528-2950
Col. J. Kulcsar
AU1437-AB2240
1 (W Rn nn nil nla-s


GLASS COFFEE TABLE
Kidney shaped
w/artlstic chrome &
gray metal frame.
Designer piece. $150
(352)503-4544
HOOSIER STYLE
CABINET
Nice Cond. -Asking $550
(352) 746-9591
Kitchenette
45" believed glass top
table, w/ 4 leather
swivel chairs on casters,
excellent condition
$275. (352) 746-4777
La-Z-boy Swivel Rocker
Recliner,
autumn gold, less then
1 yr. old, excel, cond.
$350.
(352) 344-2840
Leather Couch
white, excel, cond.
$300.
(352) 860-2828
Citrus Hills


E--
4 ft. Dia. Hard Rock
Maple Table
w/ 2 leaves and
4 chairs $400.
(352) 344-4933
V I'll return your call &
be thereon time. Small

Llc.25995 352-613-5427


GREAT DEAL



w/ two recliners
on each end.
1651 x 35"H x45"D.
Very pretty and
comfortable. Uke
new, 4 mo. old, Only
Paid $2,500. 0
Asking .500. I
SugarmilllWoods 1
352-220-988.
PRE OWNED FURNITURE
Unbeatable Prices
NU 2 U FURNITURE
Homosassa 621-7788



4 PATIO CHAIRS, like

3pc. Sectional Couch,
neutral $275.
Love Seat, w/ Ig. square
ottoman, pastel Grey
blush. $265. both clean
& lovely (352) 628-3092
Call P.M. Lv. Mess.
Hills of Avalon, Lecanto
ARMOIRE T.V, desk,
Cabinet doors. Lt.
wood. $300; (2)Aerostar
Bench Seats $100/set
(352) 382-3675
Beautiful couch,
loveseat & chaise
lounge, w/6 matching
pillows, like new, must
see, sea foam green,
Great Buy, $500 firm
(352) 344-2264
Bed Room Set, queen,
dresser/w mirrors &
2 night stands $300.
Large Entertainment
Center $100.
(352) 465-4920
Bedroom Set, Queen sz.
Rice Tester, cherry, Incl.
head & foot boards,
triple dresser, mirror,
arid highboy chest
$600. firm., 795-4841
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
Brass Headboard
$100.
(352) 422-4303
CHAIRS
6 Parsons chairs, teal
leather, roll top, leather
legs $150.
Call 352-503-3467.
CHAIRS
Brown microsuede easy
chairs $55 ea.;
Matching rolling
storage ottoman $40.
Call 352-503-3467
CHANDELIERS
Clear beveled glass,
ivory accents & chains
17" diameter $65; 22"
diameter $75.
Call 352'503-5467
COMPUTER DESK,
Solid cherry, 4 drawers,
$500
(352) 726-0805
Corner Curio Cabinet
Lighted, w/mirror back
$95,
(352) 860-2695
Couch & Love Seat,
blue denim, $150
(352) 628-3392
Couch, fullslze
very nice cond. No
stains or tears, variable
colors, $125
(352) 344-8328, Iv.msg
Dark Wood
Dining Room Table
2 leafs, 4 ladder back
padded chairs
$695.
(352) 527-4989
Dinette Table, 42",
w/ 2 swivel chairs & leaf
$125.
3 gray padded folding
chairs $15.
(352) 382-4651
Dining Rm. Set
wooden; Incl. table, 6
chairs, buffet, & lighted
china cab,, $500. obo
(352) 344-9293
DINING ROOM HUTCH
w/gold inlay, walnut,
lighted 15"X54"X78"
$250/obo,
(352) 746-9470
DINING ROOM SET
Table w/1 leaf, 6 chairs
padded (2 Arm Chairs)
& Glass Endl. China
Cab. Exc Cond. $800
(352) 382-3064
DINING SET W/6 CHAIRS
Solid oak, Farm Style
2 Small Drawers for strg.
$500 OBO
(352) 564-0816
DINING TABLE
72 x 42 Beveled Glass,
w/2 wheat bases 17" di-
ameter, 6 Herculon
Parson's Chairs (Belge
Tweed Uphol.) Asking
$750 (352) 795-4470
Dining. Room, Set
$300.
Kg. Sz. Bedroom Set,
$350.
(508) 858-9511 cell
ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER 53 X 53
Solid oak. Perfectly
Doors on all shelves. TV
area 27"W. New $700/
Sell $100 (352)382-4640
FULL SIZE BED
w/boxspring, mattress,
headboard, w/ Ig
dresser. Glasstop coffee
table, $135/all
(352) 746-3977


LIVING ROOM SET
Couch, Loveseal, glass
top end tbls, & coffee
tbl, 2 lamps, Wing Back
Chair & 1 Rocker $800
(352) 382-3064
LOUNGE CHAIRS, Lane
(2) black ledther, 3 yrs.
old. Like Newl $300/set;
QU. SIZE SLEEPER
COUCH w/match, chair
$100 (352) 860-2825
metal bunk bed frame
$30,00
entertainment center
$20.00
(352) 522-1815
Oak chlna/buffet
Illuminated, glass front
& sides, mirrored back
82" Hx 64"Wl21"D $875
(352) 726-4878
PAUL'S FURNITURE
*Fal( Prices "
*Friendly Service
*Delivery Available
Tues-Fri 9-5 Sat. 9-1
Homosassa 628-2306
Pit Group
w/ sleeper sofa & two
recliners, blue
$400.
(352) 860-2656
Preowned Mattress Sets
from Twin $30; Full $40
Qn $50; Kg $75.
628-0808
Queen Size Bed,
w/ mattress,
mahagony.
3 yrs, old $400.
(352) 746-3985
TABLE, CHAIRS, & HUTCH
$600;
CURIO CABINET $750
Exc. Cond.
(352) 527-6866
The Path's Graduates,
Single Mothers,
Needs your furniture.
Dining tables, dressers &
beds are needed.
Call (352) 746-9084
Triple Doot Dresser and
mirror,'blk,, $300.00
Metal head and foot
with queen serta box
spg. & matt. $300.00
(352)-522-1815
Twin Bed, w/ Matching
headboard & dresser,
sealy mattress & box
sprg. excel, cond. $250
19" TV W/Cabinet $50.
(352) 527-4595
WICKER FURNITURE
Brwn resin, Loveseat, 2
high back chairs, 4 end
tables & 1 coffee.'3
-mos, old. $400 ,Crystal,.
Manor(937)603-9164
MR CITRUS
COUNTY REALTY








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




*FREE REMOVAL OF.
Motorcycles, mowers,.
cars, 4&3 wheelers,
RV's, let skis, ATV's
trailers, boats? 628-2084
Poulan21'" 7hp self
propelled mower.
$100.00
(352) 522-1815



SA-'V 'AVA
Garage Sale
Locator Map
Each Friday in
Print and Online
www.chronicleonlie
.com/classifieds
A'VAVA V AVA


COVERALLS (short
sleeve jumpsuits) dark
blue. Size 46R or
X-large. Never used,
$15 each.
(352) 746-2659





* BURN BARRELS -*
$10 Each
Call Mon-Fri 8-5
860-2545

3 Kilns, Lrg, gas &
electric. Raqu Kiln,
Pooters wheel, slab
roller, $600 for all.
(941) 539-1914


2007

SPECIALS
6 lines 10 days
Items totalling
$1-$150...........$7.95
$151-$400......$12.95
$401-$800.....$17.95
$801-$1,500....$22.95
CALL CHRONICLE
CUSTOMER
SERVICE
726-1441 OR
563-5966
Two general
merchandise Items
per ad,
private party only.
(Non-Refundable)
Some Restrictions
May Apply

18HP JOHNSON
outboard, good
conduit on,$300
(352) 341-0787

18x32, Above ground
pool, you take down,
you haul, $200
(352)726-1333



SEND YOUR
LOVED ONE
A VALENTINE

6 lines $15.95
(with artwork)
S$1 per additional line
Ad will run
Feb. 14, 2007




or


or








Deadline Fri. Feb. 9
5pm. Ads must be
prepaid


American Touristor
Luggage Set *-
4 pc. can t tell from
new, needs wheels
$200.
(352) 726-1613

Art from Africa
carvings and goat-skin
drum $100
Elephant collectibles,
fifty pieces $100.
(352) 563-0022

Brother PE 150
Embroidery Machine
$100. Babylock Esante
model ESe2 compu-
terized
sewing/embroidery
machine $500.
(352) 564-8166


4 In 1 Bucket, brush
Bucket w/ clamp, forks.
2 backhoe Buckets
all quick detach,
7 ton hydraulic tilt trailer
'98, Chevy 3500 HD
Dump Truck
All Uke New cond.
$40,000. (352) 795-8972


5th Wheel Hitch,
older style,
$100.
(352) 628-3736
Decorative Glass Panel
etched Dolphin Scene
42" x 76/2" x 3/8" Thick
$150.
(352) 697-0220
Fire Place
$150
5 x 5 Jacuzzi Tub
Whirlpool Fiberglass
$450.
(352) 382-8970
GAS FIREPLACE Insert
26 X 22; Propane or NG
$250;
SOLAR PANEL for hot
water heating. 4 X 8
$150 (352) 464-0316
INVESTOR wants to buy
a home in local area.
Any location, any
condition. Can pay
cash & close quickly.
(352) 726-9369.
--IRRIGATION--
New Systems &
Repairs. Ins. Llc.3000
*QD-- ALL VARIETIES
Cut outs & New
Homes. Installed &
Rolled. A.L EVANS
(352) 637-5825
KENMORE
Wind Tunnel Vacuum&
Euro-Pro Hand Vaccum
$125 takes all.
(352) 746-4028
PENTAX CAMERA
35mm, Many Extrasi
$135;
FLOWBEE $30
(352) 341-1649
Pro Form Treadmill
$350.
Display Shelving
w/ peg board on
casters 3 units $75.
(352) 527-3961
Rldgld Portable
York Vise $200.
SunTek Skylight, New
$200.
(352) 860-2655
ROLL-AWAY BED,
$30;
LL BEAN KANGAROO
CARTOP CARRIER
$45.
(352) 341-4731
SCOOTER Jet 3
6 mos. old.
Like New! $350
SMALL SAFE
Uke Newl $75
(352) 628-4766
Small truck top,
fiberglass, $200. Solor
pool cover, 24' round,
$50 (352) 344-1408
SOD ALL VARIETIES
Bahia, $80 pallet,
St Augustine, $150
pallet. Install & Del.
Avail. 352-302-3363
STORAGE SHED
Rubbermald $50;
SAFE
Sm., suitable for home
$60
(352)637-3973
TWO 8' WHITE FRENCH
DOORS new
(352) 476-3048
US Army Equipment,
misc. $100.
Olympus IS-10 camera
28-110 zoom w/ Nikon
Strobe $100.
(352) 563-0022
Vintage Singer Sewing
Machine
in Cabinet $75.
Beautiful Large Bakers
Rack $60.
(352)-637-1006
Wood Stove
Ben Franklin
$290. obo.
1-'cr9 AIA- 11 _r


Bele Chair Lift

(352) 746-9375
SCOOTER 3 WHEEL
Amigo battery
operated with
recharger $150.
Call 352-503-3467.
Scooter Lift for Van,
Bruno Sr.,
$250.
Scooter Lift for Van
Bruno Sr. $150
(352) 860-2655
Sundance Pride
Scooter w/ front basket
and portable oxygen
carrier. 2 speeds &
horn. In/out door use.
$225. (352) 621-9846
Wheel Chair Lift
fits full size Van
Side mounted
$650
(352) 382-8970




Beautiful Mandolin
Like new $79,00
Recorder/Amplifier
Tape player. $70.00
(352) 746-4063
Drums, 5pc.
Peavey,
like new $400.
(352) 628-3736
HAMMOND ORGAN
Lg., w/padded bench,
dbl keyboard, learning
Instructions & some
music Incl. $50obo
(352) 726-9516




Schwinn Upright
Exercise Bike
$100.
(352) 344-4001




BICYCLE
Army Recon, 26"
Mountain Bike. Folds in
half. 12 spd. $110
BRAND NEW!
(352) 637-6046
CALLOWAY 2005 Model
Big Bertha Irons 4-AW
Graphite. Like Newl
$385; Adams Idea
A20S, 2006 Model
3H-P/W Graphite, Like
Newly $365 352-860-0048
Rifle, Rare 357
Browning, lever action.
Great Cond.l $750/neg.
For details. 382-1669
Ruger Revolver,
357 mag.,
extra grips & holster
$325.
(352) 527-9891
SLATE POOL TABLE
w/accessorles. $350.
(352) 628-3829
WE BUY GUNS
On site Gun Smithing
(352) 726-5238



2001, Landscape Trailer
6x 12, dual gate,
tool box, utility rack
Included
$950.
(352) 527-3961
16'x6' TRAILER
w/large ramp, suitable
for lawn service. Asking
$950. (352) 795-5234
16x6'6 Double Axle
trailer, $950; 6'x12'
Double Axle, $700;
Wells Cargo 16', $3,500
(352) 563-1873


0tomtive

Your world first.

Every Day


Deadline Fri. Feb. 9
5pm. Ads must be
prepaid



Eld IV IV IV

Cash Paid For Records
33's & 45's,
Jazz, R&B, Rock
Call Bill (352) 799-9007
Priv. Collector Buying
US Coins & Paper
currency. Best Prices

TIFFANY
Private collector buying
authentic Tiffany
lamps, favrlle glass,
bronze desk Items,etc.
352-795-9219
WE BUY
US COINS & CURRENCY
(352) 628-0477





NOTICE
Pets for Sale
In theState 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 Sun Conures, 2 yrs
Old, 2 cages, Inverness
$750. 321-460-0693
55 gallon fish tank and
stand. $85.00
Ten gallon fish tank
$10.00
(352) 522-1815
BOSTON PUG MIX
"BUGGS" Ready to go
w/shots, papers, 11/29,
$300: 352-746-3382
Boston, Pomeranian,
Pug, Maltl Poos,
Chihuahua, Puggle, Fox
Mix, $50 to $550
352- 369-5517
Bulldog Pups
Nice Pets $150.
1st set of shots
& wormed
795-4620 or 795-2929
CHIHUAHUA PUPS
2 Females, 1 Male
(352) 637-7288


Baby Girls Clothes
sz. 6-12 over 150 pieces
$75.
sz. 3-6 over 100 pieces
$50.
(352) 860-0728
HIGH CHAIR
EVEN-FLO Envision
$35; GERBER Electric
Battle Sterilizer $35
Both In Exc.Cond.
(352) 341-6920






SEND YOUR
LOVED ONE
A VALENTINE

6 lines $15.95
(with artwork)
$1 per additional line
Ad will run
Feb.114, 2007




or
S I f W ( i ,f e
or


$35; LESSONS $25
(352) 628-1472
PAINT COLT

very gentle, $1500. obo
(352) 794-0475




GREENBELT
4-8MOS OLD CALFS
ALL BREEDS. Ranging
from $300-$500, (352)
628-1190/813-763-3856




Canoe
Old Town, Path finder
'15ft,, $475.,. -
(352) 527-1030
Mahogany Kayak
14ft, Pygmy, beautiful
varnish finish $1,895 obo
Trailer available
(352) 683-0030



V V N Vw V
BOAT TRAILER PARTS
at Great Prices. 1000's
of items to choose
from. We are The
Performance Trailer
National Parts Center
*MONROE SALES-
527-3555 Mon-Fri 9-5


Humane Society
of Inverness
offers Low Cost
Spay & Neuter
Service
in our Mobile Clinic.
Appointments avail.
Cat Male $40,
CatFemale $50,
Dog Male $60,
Dog Female $70.
Prices including spay
or Neuter, 3 Yr. Rabies
shot Annual Vaccines
Nail Clipping, Micro
chipping & Micro
chip reg.
Wed Cats DaY
If you bring a female
cat for full service
spay we will neuter a
male cat at no
charge, if you don't
have a male cat talk
to your friends &
neighbor.
Help out to eliminate
overpopulation of
cats Call for appt.
352-344-5207
or 726-8801

Humanitarians
of Florida
Low Cost Spay &
Neuter by Appt.
Cat Neutered $20
Cat Soaved $25
Dog Neutered &,
Spaved start at $35
Low cost shot clinic
Tues, Weds & Thurs
12pm-4pm
(352) 563-2370
JACK RUSSELL PUPS
9 wks, old, Health Cert.,
home raised. $400
(352) 795-5842
Jack Russell Terrier
3 mos. Needs fncd yrd,
loving home. Female,
$150 (352) 522-0087
PUREBRED BLUE TICK
COON HOUND
2yrs. old.Hunting/family
dog. Male. Loveable.
All shots, healthy, $150.
(352) 220-9763
YELLOW LAB PUPS
10 wks., AKC Reg. shots
(1)M, (3)F, $600 ea.!
Shaun (352) 302-0767




For Rent 5 Stalls
9 Acres, Across from
Withlacoochee State
Forest (352) 628-0164
HORSE BOARDING
State Forrest Acces.,
lighted arena, round
pen, hurricane safe
barn. $300/mo.
SCENIC TRAIL RIDES


Kee, ftrus County Beautiful!


Donating your vehicle to a charitable or non-profit organization is an excellent opportunity

for you to help others in your community while at the same time attaining compliance with

the new code. Your donation may also be tax deductible.

Non-profit organizations that will pick up vehicles include:

American Cancer Society 1-888-227-5500

American Lung Association' 1-800-586-4872

Mission Possible Foundation 1-888-251-5437
Salvation Army 352-621-5532 1 ...R.U6'.oi

Special Olympics of Florida 1-888-470-9988


ARY 4 2007 11-




2005 Bennington 20ft
Fish-N-Cruise Pontoon
Boat, 50HP Yamaha 2
Stroke, Single axle
Trailer $15,900
Gulf to Lake Sales
352-527-0555

2005 Bentley 20ft
Cruise Pontoon Boot
50HP Mercury 4
Stroke $13,500
Gulf to Lake Sales
352-527-0555

2005 Odyssey 20ft
Fish-N-Cruise Pontoon
Boat 50HP 4 Stroke,
Low Hours, Great
shape. Call today
Gulf to Lake Sales
352-527-0555

14'-28'
Let us sell your
clean used boat.
THREE RIVERS
MARINE

-t
(352)563-5510

16ft. Pontoon
25HP, 4 stroke,
One owner, stored Dry
$8,700.
(352) 423-0835
'19 CARAVELE '95
Fbgls fishing & skiing
190HP Volvo inbd mtr.
Trolling mtr. 2 batt. cver,
trir. $9,000 352-341-2091
21' PROLINE 1994
Sportsman CC, 150HP
Johnson, T-top, new trir.
Great shape, $12,900/
obo. (352) 726-3967
ANGLER 20'
115 Yamaha, 2 strk, Both
2003, Electronics, Bimini
Top, Live Well, Alum.
Tandem Trlr.
$12,000 (352)408-1271


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

BASS TRACKER 185
2004, 18' Spec. Edition.
Like newly Low hrs. 60 hp
mtr. w/trlr. $11900 (352)
746-1126
BOAT DOCK RENTAL
No sails on deep canal.
$125/mo. (352)795-3276
CARLSON 15'
1976, fishing boat, 70HP
Evinrude, 1999 alum.
trailer, good cond.
$1600. (352) 621-6619
CAROLINA SKIFF
16', New 2007 25hp
Mercury, Galvanized tri,
$4500. (352) 795-1816
CAROLINA SKIFF
J-16,40 hp. Merc., trig.
mtr., poling platform,
biminil, Many extras.
$6,000 (352) 464-0470
FIBERGLASS BOAT
1976, 15', 70hp Johnson
motor, trailer, $2995.
S(352)628-7266-



WE NEED
BOATSNI
SOLD at NO FEE
Sellingthem as

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12D SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4 2007


JON BOAT
16ft, Lowe w/ trailer,
U50HP Johnson special,
just fully serviced, runs
-fast, $3,000. 795-1763
PROLINE
1989, 20FT, '98 125HP
Mercury, $5,500
(352) 422-6219
RANGER 2004
2180 Saltwater Series
Bay boat, Custom t-top
loaded, '04 4strk Suzuki
225HP, 20hrs, on eng.
W/trailer, Exc. cond.
$32,900. (352) 795-0202
or (352) 266-9975
A 19' Stuart MarinerA
Sailboat w/TrIr. See @
Coast R.V. 1505 Hwy
19. Book Value $5,700
$4,000 FIRM 563-2099

AAA
BOAT DONATIONS
Tax Deductible @
appraised value
when donated to a
43 year old
non-reporting
501-C-3 Charity.
Maritime Ministries
(352) 795-9621
SPRINT Pro
Tournament 286
18', w/150 Evinrude
Exc. Cond.
$9,500 (352) 527-6866
SUNBIRD SKI BOAT
'91, 88HP Johnson,
trailer, exc. cond.
$6,000 obo (352)
637-4051 or 302-5844
SUNLINE 19.6'
FG, dbl hull, dv/ fishing
boat, w/trlr. 10 poll h/drs,
Lvewell, Bim. top, 90HP
Johnson, runs gd. $2300.
(352) 465-0056
TRACKER PRO TEAM
175, 2006, Garage kept,
60 hp, 6 mos. old,
Extras! $10,700
(352) 560-7168
TROPHY
2005, 19 ft. Cabin, Uke
new, less than 50 hrs.
$24,800.
(352) 628-3137
WELLCRAFT
1989,17', Bow Rider w/
135hp Evinrude, runs
great, trailer
$2,250. (352) 621-0848




A WHEEL OF
A DEAL
5 lines for only
$37.95!*
*2 weeks in the
Chroniclel
*2 weeks QOnlinel
*Featured in Tues.
"Wheels" Sectioni
Call Today
(352) 726-1441
or (352) 563-5966
For details.
*$5 per additional line
Some Restrictions
May Apply






GULFSTREAM 32'
Sun Voyager, '98 Diesel
pusher. qu. bed, 2 AC's,
W&D, 23,500mi $38,900/
obo. (352) 628-4053
JAMBOREE 29'
2005 Class C, 14k mi.,
Mint Cond. Incl.
Canopy. $49,900.
(352) 465-2138


RV DONATIONS
Trailers, Motor Homes
Tax Deductible @
appraised value
when donated to a
43 year old
non-reporting
501-C-3 Charity.
Maritime Ministries
(352) 795-9621

Search 100's of
Local Autos
Online at
www.naturecoast
wheels.com

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SUNLINER 19'
sleeps 4 New fridge, TV,
ready to go lots of
extras $4500
352 341 4586




'06, Salem
by Forest River, 26ft.
used 3 times, like new,
w/slide $12,500.
must sell (352) 220-2112
AIRSTREAM
Overlander
1961,26', A-1.
w/upgrades. Sleeps 4
$4,599 (352) 564-0258
AVION
'99,5th wheel, 3 slides,
awnings, like new,
$23,995 w/ hitch
(502) 345-0285, Florida
CARRI -LITE
1989,24', Rear Twin
beds, nice cond., $5000
Takes it away.
(352) 621-0848
Coachman
1993 36 ft. 5th Wheel,
tip outs, Fl. Room
$16,000. obo
(352) 447-6119
FRANKLIN '07
2bd, 40', self contained,
triple axle, 4 elec. slides,
2 AC's, W/D, $29,999.
obo (813) 380-0378
Franklin 33.5'
2005,5th wheel, 2 slides,
CHA, W/D, awning,
loaded, excel. $24,000
obo (727) 641-4813
NEW 20k 5T Wheel
Hitch & Gooseneck,
paid $1700 3mos. ago.
Asking $1,000 firm.
(352) 613-0589
R Vision Travel Tri.
2006, never used, fully
equip., It. weight, 26'
long, 1 slide-out. Neg.
$13,800. (352) 560-7103




Deep truck
tool box, $250
6 bolt Dodge rims,
chrome, $150
(352) 344-1408
FIBERGLASS TOPPER,
fits Ford F-150, 98-03,
6' bed, white, cab high,
Like new, $325.
(352) 249-1016
Ford Factory wheel &
Tires alum. w/ lugs &
caps 16,000 on tires
LT275/70R 18"
$400. Firm
(352) 697-0220
Ford Super Duty Rear
Window, tinted w/seal
$65/obo. Suzuki Samu-
rai Parts Good transfer
case, body parts. $250.
(352) 697-0220


CLASSIFIED


'c Aut* art
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'94 CHEVY BLAZER
4DR, 4.3 Vortec,
fix or for parts $450.
(352) 465-0721
Frame Mounted Hitch,
Class 3, for a small
truck, used 4 times, $75,
(352) 341-4008
Pickup Cover
& Bed Liner
Full Size, Dodge
$250. (352) 628-0115
Polished Alloy wheels
4 beautiful, 16" 5 lug
wheels, taken off new
'06 Buick Lacrosse CXL,
$175. Truck Bed rails,
full length P/U truck
crhome bed rails, like
new, $125. 726-1076
TIRES Set of 4 General
Ameritrack white raised
letters, 255/70R16,
Good cond, $80,
(352) 637-6407
TRUCK TOPPER
Florida Line, Cab high
for Ford Explorer Sport
Trac, lyr dld, $750
(352) 344-1190




$$CASH PAID$$
Wanted Vehicles
Dead or Alive,
Dale's Auto Parts
352-628-4144
CASH BUYER
for Trucks, Vans & Cars
Larry's Auto Sales
Hwy 19S. Crystal River
Since 1973 564-8333






*FREE REMOVAL OF*
Motorcycles, mowers,
cars, 4&3 wheelers,
RV's, Jet skis, ATV's,
tralers.n hoo/-ts?0 62A.2nAA-


1991 CADILLAC
DEVILLE
4D, 32K orig miles, CD,
new tires, tint,
white/blue Ithr, very
clean $3500 obo,
(352)697-1477
$5001 Police Impounds
Foa sale Cars from
$5001 For listings call
1-800-366-9813 ext 7374
'96 HONDA ACCORD
Only $800! Police
Impoundsl For Listings
800-366-9813 Ext 4246

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ACURA
2003, RSXS, 6 speed, like
new, low ml., $13,900.
1 own 352-746-1681 day
352-746-7250 night
ACURA
'91, Integra LS,.hatch-
back, org. owner, relia-
ble, CD, AC, new tires
$2,500. obo, 726-9066


AUTO TRANSACTION
CENTER BUY HERE PAY
HEREI Bad Credit,
Good Credit, No Credit
ALL APPROVED
Cars starting at $500
DN + MT, $50 wk.
Hwy 41 Inverness
across from Chevron
(352) 860-1300


BUICK
'01, LaSabre, Cuslom,
73k Silver, all power
Excel, cond. $8,500.
(352) 527-1810
BUICK LE SABRE
1997, Good Cond.
$4,000 OBO
(352) 220-0977
Buick Park Ave
1989, fully loaded, 70K
orig. ml. leather,
gar.kept, exc. cond.
$3,200 352-270-3050
BUICK PARK AVE.
2001, beige, leather, tint
glass, alloy wheels,
onstar, CD/cass $8,900/
OBO (352) 563-2081
CADILAC DEVILLE
'99, silver w/charc. cloth
roof, new tires & brakes.
115K, 25 mpg. Immac.l
$4,500 (352)489-0507



95 FORD TAURUS....... 75
92 S 8 ............. 2200
V6 AUTO, 4DR. A/C, RU S:GREAT
9SSATURN SL .......... 4
4 C&.TAT15 4DR A'C SPORTY


CHEVROLET
'04 Cavalier, 4-dr., tan,
exc. cond., 18,500 ml,
$9,500 firm
(352) 344-1377
CHEVROLET
1978 Corvette, auto.,
350, $6,000
(352) 422-5255
CHEVY IMPALA '03
Loaded, under
warranty, Exc. cond.
$8,500
(352) 634-4360
CHEVY SEDAN
89, 83K ml. No air,
great transportation.
$800/obo
(352) 489-7464
CHRYSLER
'02 PT Cruiser, red, 5-spd
79K, great cond. $6)000
(352) 560-0288
CHRYSLER
'02 PT Cruiser 5-spd
79K, great cond. $6,000
(352) 560-0288
CHRYSLER
2002, XL1 convertible,
leather seats, 28k or .
ml., like new, $13,500.
(352) 746-2129
CHRYSLER PT
CRUISER 2001
98K mi.,$52005 speed.
352-341-4586
FORD
2001 Focus, ZX3, auto.,
air, all power, CD, alloy
wheels, $4,995
(352) 476-3979


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100 + CLEAN DEPENDABLE CARS
FROM-S325-DOWN
30 MIN. E-Z CREDIT
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3RD ANNUAL SALUTE TO OUR COMMUNITY






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DODGE STEALTH
'93, 2nd owner, low ml.
$4500.
(352) 628-3734
FORD
'92, Crown Victorian,
AC, All power.
$1,800. obo
(352) 257-3640
HONDA
'95, Accord EX, 4Cyl,
4 DR, auto, Sun rf,, runs
good $3,995.
(352) 527-1935
HONDA
'97, Civic, 4DR, AC,
Pwr, clean, good cond.
$3,500.
(352) 382-1009
JAGUAR XK8
2001,44K, Convertible,
blk, fully loaded w/bullt
In GPS. Bumper to
bumper warr. $29,500
(352) 637-0184
LINCOLN
1995, Towncar,
Signature Series, runs
great, moon roof,
$3500. (352) 746-0714
LINCOLN
2000, Towncar,
signature series, like new
61k ml. $8,000.
(352) 220-2112
MAZDA PROTEGE
'94, car perfect, just
needs head gasget,
have extra parts, S150
(352) 303-0928
MERCURY
2000, Sable Wagon LS
Premium, $7700.
(352) 746-4370
MERCURY
2002, Marquis, 1650 S.
Suncoast Blvd In
Homosassa, $7,000 OBO
(352) 422-6738
MERCURY
2004, GrandMarquls LS,
19,000ml, loaded,
leather, 1 owner, like
new, Factory Warr. Only
$15,900. Call John
(352) 476-2982
NISSAN
'04, 350Z, touring coupe
silver, 25k ml,, ext. warr.
Must Sell $23,500. obo
352-726-6779, 464-0967
NISSAN SENTRA
1996, GXE, teal, new
fuel pump & battery.
Runs good. 130K. $2,300
(352)220-0500 after 4:00
* AUTO DONATIONS*
We are currently in
desperate need
of autos.
YOUR DONATION
is Tax Deductible @
appraised value
when donated to a
43 year old
non-reporting
501-C-3 Charity.
Your donation will
be gifted to a
needy recipient.
Maritime Ministries
(352) 795-9621
SATURN '95 SC2
82k, $3995, AC. AT, CC,
Pwr sunrf, Non smokers
Uke new 35mpg,
Immac. (352) 447-5384
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TOYOTA SOLARA
'02 SE,. 6 OJk 5,100
ml., '$14,500 Automatic,
A/C. all power. Unusual
opportunity, always
garaged. Call
352-563-6410


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V AU .fiO, OAINC,C USE,E HITCH
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'03, llverad super




goodd Gas Saver $800.
cab, loaded, tool box,
excel, c $12,500.
686-3744, 628-3303

'84, S 10,.4 speed, runs
good, Gas Saver $800.
(352) 220-8497
CHEVY SILVERADO
'03, always garaged, no
dings/scratches,
loaded, Bose spkr sys
86K hwy ml. $14,000
(352) 637-4096
DODGE
'05, Ram 1500
Only 35k ml., priced
to sell $12,900.
(352) 344-1734
DODGE
'06 Dakota, R/T quad
cab, V8, auto, loaded
5700 ml, $18,900.
(352) 795-9229
DODGE
'98, Ram, 2500HD, club
cab. SLT,.Dsl.,trlr. tow
grp. great shape, extra
access. $13k, 382-7652
FORD
1997, Ranger Splash,
69K, Exc cond, 4 cycle, 5
spd, CD, $4950.
(352) 422-8386
FORD
'99, F350, diesel, dully
crew cab, danks pwr.
conversion, fully equip.
78k, 5th wheel excel.
$19,500. (352) 726-4387
FORD
'99, Ranger XLT, clean
super cab, tonneau
cover, 4DR, Mich tires
$5,200. (352) 344-9290
FORD
'99, Ranger XLT, V6, Flare
side, super cab, 4DR,
Regular malnt.
$4,300. abo 860-2457
FORD F150, '05
18K, Air Condition,
Power Steering, Moon
Roof, Leather, Multi
Compact Disc, Power
.Door Locks, Cruise
Control, Dual Front Air
Bags, Power Seating,
LINEX bedllner, bed
extender, KOBALT
toolbox, running
boards, exc. condition
$28,500 352-586-1004


Red, 4M000U
(352) 726-0805


'98 FORD ESCORTX2
'00 CHEVY S-I0 PUEXT. CAB
Loaded, Auto,NA/C Co....$7,995
'02 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE GT
V6, Auto, Sunmoof, C.$998



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
$ $ CASH $ $
JUNK CARS, TRUCKS,
VANS (352) 228-9645




1987 CHEVY S-10
Custom low rider show
truck, built 350, auto, air
ride, Spinnaker 17X8
rims, $10K skull airbrush
paint job, multi show
winner, $12,900.
607-387-6639 or
352-563-0121
'77 Cadillac Fleetwood
Brougham- DUDLEYS
SUN. FEB 4 at 2 PM
4000 Hwv. 41-S. Inv.
'77 Monte Carlo 350
w/hitch, repainted
*white/blue vinyl top, 1
owner, well kept, runs
gd. $4500 352-382-1545
A CLASSIC CAR
WANTED
American or Foreign
Will travel, Cash waiting
(407) 957-6957
AUTO/SWAP/CAR
CORRAL SHOW
Sumter Co.
Fairgrounds
Florida Swap Meets
February 4th
1-800-438-8559
CHEVY
1953, 2 DR Sedan,
V8, auto, runs & drives
great very sharp, asking
$8,300. (352) 637-6160
CHEVY PICK-UP
'62 Shortbed, step side,
GM crate motor, 700R
Trans., $5,500.
(352) 465-0721
CHRYSLER
1953 New Yorker, all
orig. 56K, Heml, auto.,
runs, complete car
$3,900 obo 341-4755
FORD
'72, Ranchero, 429 SCJ
engine, very good
shape, needs little work
$5.500. (352) 302-5779
FORD Shay Replica
'29 Model A Roadster,
10250 miles, 4 cyl., Pinto
4spd. $11,900
(352) 422-0226
FORD Standard
1939, Flat head V-8, all
steel, 50's Street Rod,
duolcarb- heder


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CHEVYB1fLAZER
'89 For body and parts,
$300. (352) 7264652
ISUZU TROOPER II
4x4, 1991, runs, needs
work, great off-road ve-
hicle. new timing belt
193K S700/obo
(352) 563-1274
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CHRYSLER T&C '05
.exc. cond. Blue, 100K
mi warr, $14,500
(352) 503-3212, Iv. msg.
COACHMAN
CHEVY 1999
110,000, $5,9000, V8,
Power Locks, Power
Seat, New hitch just in-
stalled, Back seat trans-
forms into bed.-lor More
Into. Call. 352-270-31 97
DODGE
2000. C ronrislon Van,.
Mark IiI, 1 seafer.Ieorer,
new tire, 7,,.6400.
(352) 618' I8 I
Dodge 200"
Handicap Caravan,
Braun Conversion, 1,100
Sml., total. Bought new
in October 2006 for
$39,000 Price $32,500.
obo 319-530-5268
KIA SEDONNA EX
2003, all pwr, loadedl
Dual AC, CD, 7 pass.
seating. Extra Cleani
$8,995(352)382-5858
MERCURY
1993 LS Mini Van, V6,
gray, cloth interior,
auto, pwr., Air, 55,328ml
$2,800. (352) 527-4154
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II lly W ..

MR CITRUS
COUNTY REALTY








ALAN NUSSO
3.9% Listings
INVESTORS
BUYERS AGENT
BUSINESS BROKER
(352) 422-6956
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*FREE REMOVAL OF.
Motorcycles, mowers;
cars, 4&3 wheelers,
RV's, jet skis, ATV's,
trailers, boats? 628-2084
KUBOTA
2004, RTV 900, Diesel,
Camo Exterior, 1 lhrs
running time, customer
made Pequea trailer
010 cnn .500 e 5xiA.A'7A


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FORD F-150 XLT
'04, Loaded V-8, Bonus
Cab, 112K, Looks &
drives like newl $9,999
(352) 726-6676
GMC '03 Sierra
1i00 .68 .,d b' Bed
co' ml r,' 695u) OBO
352-568-0283
MAZDA B-2000
1992, Low Rider,
Custom Stereo $1,750
(352) 726-0483
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FORD BRONCO
1988, XLT, 4 X 4, new
tires, hitch. Clean Well
maintained. $2,250
(352) 746-9224
GMC YUKON '99
SLT, white, exc, cond.
Leather, 6spkr, stereo,
6way frnt seat, 118K
$6500 (352) 563-6621
S10-BLAZER 4 X 4
'92, 151K,$1175obo,
AC, Pwr/Tllt/Cr, AM/FM,
Cass., S/CD, nw tires,
rtrs & brks 352-476-6894
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2yu-uu24 SauKRN
TROPICAL WINDOW
TINTING AUCTION
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE OF SALE
The following vehicles)
will be sold at public auc-
tion. Free of all prior liens,
per FL Stat. 713.78, at
10:00 AM on Feb. 15th,
2007 at Troolcal Window
Tinting. 1612 Suncoast
Blvd.. Homosassa. FL
34448. phone 352-795-
3456. No titles, as Is, cash

1989 HONDA
1HGCA6266KA024803
Published one (1) time In
the Citrus County Chronl-
cle, February 4,2007.
292-0204 SUCRN
Homosassa Special
Water District
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
The following is the sched-
ule for the Regular Board
Meetings for the
Homosassa Special Water
District. All regular meet-
ings are held on the 3rd
Monday of each month
@ 3:00 PM at the District
office located at 7922 W.
Grover Cleveland Blvd.,
Homosassa. FL.
February 19, 2007
March 19,2007
April 16,2007
May 21, 2007
June 18, 2007
July 16, 2007
August 20, 2007
September 17,2007
October 15, 2007
November 19,2007
December 17, 2007
Published one (1) time In
the Citrus County Chroni-
cle, February 4, 2007.
294-0204 SUCRN
CITRUS COUNTY AVIATION
ADVISORY BOARD
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the CITRUS COUNTY
AVIATION ADVISORY
BOARD will meet at 3:00
p.m. on Thursday, Febru-
ary 8, 2007 In Room 166 of
the Lecanto Government
Center, 3600 W. Sover-
eign Path. Lecanto, FL
34461.
Any person desiring fur-
ther Information regard-
ing this meeting may con-
tact the Engineering Divi-
sion, 3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 241, Lecanto,
FL 34461, or call (352)
527-5446.
DENNIS DAMATO
CHAIRMAN
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
OF CITRUS COUNTY,
FLORIDA
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


BMW R1200 GL
2005, 2100 miles, cruise
control, CD, ABS, full
dress, $12,500/obo
(352) 422-5761
*FREE REMOVAL OF*
Motorcycles, mowers,
cars, 4&3 wheelers,
RV's, Jet skis, ATV's
trailers, boats? 628-2084
Harley Davidson
'97, Sportster, 883, w/
1200 screaming eagle kit,
many extras,
runs great, $5,500.
(352) 637-0397
HARLEY DAVIDSON
'99, Sportster 883,3,500
ml., bags, windshield,
uard, chrome, extras
6,000 (352) 860-2191
HARLEY DAVIDSON
DYNA 2002
8930, 11,500
(352) 563-6508
HARLEY DAVIDSON
Ultra Classic, w/ trailer
$10,000, w/ extra stuff,
new motor, trans,,
starter, state, etc.
(352) 628-6617, bfr.8pm
HARLEY DWG
2000, blk, 1 owner, 19k
ml. Immaculate, far from
stock must see, $16,500.



area $2,800
1-(330) 472-1747
Honda Shadow
2007, 750CC, 100 miles,
extras, accessories,
pearl white; $6200.
(352) 382-5309
KAWASAKI
'00, Concours 1000cc,
12K, 4 cyl, 6 spd, shaft
dr, RED, faring, sddlbgs.
Good Cond, $3,850
obo (352) 637-2637
SCOOTER
E/TON Beamer
2002,49cc. Elec. Start
$500 (352) 637-3973
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SUZUKI
'05 Blvd. C 90-T, 4 yr.
factory warranty left,
$7200 (352) 726-1571
Suzuki
'93, GSX1100,
drive shaft $2,000.
For Details Call
(352) 621-0941evenlngs
SUZUKI BERGMAN
'03, 650, 7200 ml. extras
Incl. GIvl trunk, wind-
shield, like new cond.
$3,900 firm 746-4874
WHIZZER
Motor Bike. Only 90 mi-
les. No registration
(352) 637-3973
YAMAHA 2005
V Star 1100 Custom
Black, Saddlebags
5000 ml, $6400.00
352-795-3810
YAMAHA YZ-250
1995, Exc. Cond.
New motor. $1,800
OBO(352) 344-2687


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the proceedings and for
such purpose may need
to provide that a verba-
tim record of the pro-
ceeding Is made, which
record Includes testimony
and evidence upon
which the appeal Is to be
based. (Section 286.0105,
Florida Statutes).
Any person requiring rea-
sonable accommodation
at this meeting because
of a disability or physical
Impairment should con-
tact the Engineering Divi-
sion, 3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 241. Lecanto,
FL 34461, or call (352)
527-5446, at least two
days before the meeting.
If you are hearing or
,speech Impaired, use the
TDD telephone (352)
527-5312.
Published one (1) time In
the Citrus County Chroni-
cle, February 4,2007.



660-0204 THCRN
Notice of Escheat
Estate of Eglantine R.
Lasplsa
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 2006-CP-416
Division:
IN RE: ESTATE OF
EGLANTINE R. LASPISA,
Deceased.


288-0204 SUCRN
CITY OF INVERNESS
PUBLIC NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
THE CITY OF INVERNESS IS SOLICITING SEALED
PROPOSALS FROM QUALIFIED WEBSITE DEVELOPERS
TO PROVIDE: WEBSITE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
Companies who wish to submit proposals may obtain a
copy of a Request for Proposal from the City by con-
tacting Deborah Davis, City Clerk, (352) 726-2611, ext.
1004, City of Inverness, 212 W. Main Street, Inverness,
Florida 34450.
Sealed Proposals are due no later than 3:00 P.M., Thurs-
day, February 8th, 2007.
The City reserves the right to waive formalities or Infor-
malities In proposals, to reject, with or without cause,
any or all proposals or portions of proposals, or to ne-
gotiate or not negotiate with Individual proposers, or to
accept any proposals(s) or portions of proposals
deemed to be in the best Interests(s) of the City.
Frank DiGlovanni
City Manager
Re-Published two (2) times in the Citrus County Chroni-
cle, January 28 and Februrary 4, 2007.

293-0207 SU/WCRN
Citrus County Sheriff's Office
PUBLIC NOTICE ,
Citrus County Sheriffs Office
Notice Is hereby given that Jeffrey J. Dawsy, Sheriff of
Citrus County, Florida, will, pursuant to the provisions of
Chapter 274, Florida State Statutes, sell surplus property
to Include vehicles and equipment. The property will
be sold at public auction to the highest bidder starting
at 9:00 a.m. on February 9, 2007, at Weeks Auction Co.,
Inc., located at 4851 West Hwy .40, Ocala, Florida.
Inspection of vehicles will be one week prior to auction
8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. All ve-
hicles sold "as Is" and "where Is". Payment must be cash
or cashier's check.
For further Information, contact Weeks Auction at
1-800-699-3356 or Mike Snider, Fleet Maintenance Su-
pervisor, Citrus County Sheriffs Office, 1 Dr. Martin Lu-
ther King Jr. Av, Inverness, FL 34450, telephone
352-726-4488.
Published two (2) times in the Citrus County Chronile,
February 4 and 7. 2007.

291-0204 SUCRN
CITRUS COUNTY OMB
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
Bid Information
The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners will
accept sealed bids for:
Bid No: 083-07
Home Repairs. -
To obtain additional Information concerning the an-
nouncement, please visit the Citrus County Website at:
www.bocc.citrus.fl.us and click on the Bid Information
option or call Onvia/Demandstar at: (800) 711-1712.
Deadline for the receipt of bids: February 16, 2007 at
2:00 p.m.
A public bid opening will be held at 2:30 p.m. on Feb-
ruary 16, 2007 at the Lecanto Government Building, lo-
cated at: 3600 West Sovereign Path, Lecanto, Florida
34461.
A Manoatory Pre-BId Conference and Walk-through
will be held on February 9, 2007 at 9:00 a.m. The Con-
,ference will be held on the job site located at 2840 N
Donovan Ave, Crystal River, FL.
Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at
this meeting because of a disability or physical impair-
ment should contact the Management & Budget Of-
fice, 3600 West Sovereign Path, First Floor, Lecanto, Flor-
ida 34461. (352) '527-5203 at least two days before the
meeting. if you are hearing or speech Impaired, use
the TDD telephone (352) 527-5312.
CITRUS COUNTY BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Dennis Damato, Chairman
Published one (1) time In the Citrus County Chronicle
on February 4,2007.


279-0204 SUCRN
Notice of Acton for
Dissolution of Marriage
Thomas
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH
COUNTY
FAMILY LAW DIVISION
Case No.: 06-16017
Division: F
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
DENNIS THOMAS
Petitioner/Husband,
and
LORI SUEWATSON THOMAS
Resph dent/Wlfe.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
TO: LORI SUE WATSON THOMAS
18536 SW 47th STREET
DUNNELLON, FLORIDA 34432-1924
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action as been filed against
you and that you are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, If any on or before February 12. 2007,
to:
JERROLD K. PHILLIPS. ESQ,
CHEESEMAN AND PHILLIPS
701 SOUTH HOWARD AVE., SUITE 202
TAMPA, FLORIDA 33606
PHONE (813) 223-4007
ATTORNEY FOR PETITIONER
and file the original with the clerk of this Court at
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Family Law DIvision
800 E. Twiggs Street
Tampa, Florida 33602
before service on Petitioner or Immediately thereafter.e
If. you fall to do so, a default may be entered agaInstf
you for the relief demanded In the petition.
Copies of all court documents In this case, Including#
orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's
office. You may review these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office*,
notified of your current address. (You may file Notice of*
Current Address, Florida Family Law Form 12,915.) Fu-j
lure papers In this lawsuit will be mailed to the address#
on record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of*
Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of#
documents and Information. Failure to comply can re-9
suit In sanctions. Including dismissal or striking of plead-O
Ings.
DATED: January 10, 2007.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT,
By: /s/ Brenda Dudley,
Deputy Clerk*
(SEAL)
Published four (4) times In the Citrus County Chronicle
on January 14,21, 28 and February 4, 2007.


CALL 352-344-6485

No Ramin Date

Proceeds to beonrefit th (Citrus emorial lieallh Foundaltion Capital Camnpaign
(&4r


NOTICE OF ESCHEAT "
TO ALL WHOM THIS MAY
CONCERN:
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE .ff
on the 19th day of ate,
member, 2006, there was
placed on deposit in tlis
office, funds' In the
amount of $2,000.00, fe
celved from Diane !'
Lasplsa, Personal Rep
sentative of the above
tate. Said funds are t
net assets due MICHEIXL
D. HAYES, missing heir,
whose last known address
Is 3404 S. Maples Avenuer
Bookfleld, Illinois 60513:
said funds remain un,
claimed.
Unless said funds are
claimed on or before si4
(6) months from the date
of the first publication of
this notice, said funds will
be forwarded to the State
of Florida, pursuant to Flor
Ida Statutes 733
.816.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF,
have set my hand and of;
ftclal seal at Inverness, CIt,.
rus County, Florida, this
27th day of Decemberr
2006.
BETTY STRIFLER
Clerk of the Circuit Courf
BETTY STRIFLEI
/s/ M.Davis,
Deputy Clerk
Published two (2) times In
the Citrus County Chroni-
cle on January 4 and
February 4, 2007.


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CAU. TAMI SCOTT CAL
(352) 422-7128








LOVELY 3W212 POOL HOME, on
r.dead ,). G ''-ill C .'urs.s A .cce z_ tO l r ar da 1 '"
p..o I irm mi3-1ar bedroom dn r. LARGE
ru,.,m liarri, room .5, b ir',oonm Cini, ,or.j.-,,i
hm, e on iJr. Llil-Sd. sal r,
C.Iru H.ii5 M .pmr.*-rih.p ve lu ,e
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CALL. WENDY HOPKINS
(352) 464-3209








BEAUTIFUL OAKWOOD VILLAGE &
rr.l.C.ulLu-, Q;are3 5,212 Anr .glr, .i MF.,3.l
or.re s r. r ...3 .. p.r.r.:n ir.I nr..:. A,.T.
lejture3 a J g& w. l r. i a.:r n r. rC.:.., BRAN
la~l.l r.>;m i . 3 a, .:.J ,' ,i a .ir. I.j
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.3n r,r4..l ,., rc a. I r,r.. ca,,r. r
a Mu.l tm P.9Li 3ir .Li.. 9., ,arage
CALL STEVE DONOFRIO m:r 'r
(3S2) 201-1322 CAI
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S L r.5 r'. .r hr.i 1,i n .jA -r,, .- BRING

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CALL HAROLD GIBSON
/ (352) 249-8886








BEAU
METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED Ca .d n,
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CAL. GEORGE OUELLETTE
(352) 586-7041
wwwsellhomebuyhome4u.com
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L 3.',:ll-..,:hu.. T j_ rror' ilpl I, .a .',
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121C-11 2AN-1-22


NEW DREAM HOME 0.lrid~ ~
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CALL DEB PETERSON
S (352) 476-8924


TIFULLY DECORATED urn. r,.
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CALL KATHY RENFRO
(352) 422-7058


GREAT LOCATION IN BEAUTIFUL CITRUS
COUNTY Tr.,,:.u, i.i. :.r. 1 2 w.%o,..
a.:., : B'r.n ,.:.ur .r,'mal:i ai d r.laT-,r .,., %,r,
'.i.al- an.3 ..-e1 Cr al .ari, rn,-t i
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ua i s 'a. j ."iA S I 1-ri arn n,3ir. 2 :.1l,. a-iC
.II. rJ .:,3Die MLS 301. :*i $90 000
CALL BARBARA JONES-DOVI
(352) 476-2645








YOU CAN ALWAYS TELL WHEN SOMEONE
HAS TRULY LOVED THEIR HOME I r,.: ITr.
r..a .:..- . 3.;. .: n ,c 1', :. i] a..' T- f l

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ham .n,. r. r i.. i aT-.. [r. ...II

CALLU. TAM SCOTT
ta e-a2c A-2--w-se


BONUS ROOJM 060 Ma~ler &U-16 Enal OrT-e--
to lIn 14 "1 woo Ucg,g'd5 rjad.3ild010
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EXCELLENT 22/11 HOME IN BEVERLY
HILLS ,'.,-.c.i jrnr,,,u.. Crn-,..j r,
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CALL DICK HILDEBRANDT
(352) 586-0478


ONE
CORN
in bi
neighbor
area of
homes. T
property i
ready to b
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3 YEAR OLD 3/2 1
SPRINGS H,:i,, ,
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JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING WAS
REPLACED OR REDONE ,r, r, liai ,,-r
l ,'. lE.T..-r.i: .~II al B r.uillul
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CAU.L BONNIE DENNISON
(352) 697-5588


'\\6EST',




B l H Nills 527-111i2

ACDRE LOOKING FOR LOTS
*I A TO BUILD ON?
JER LOT 3 E. Indian Oaks $24.900
beautiful MLS 160014
rhod in an 910CI S Kauri Way $55.00
rnoou in an NILS 300496
large new 6006 N Bayfront Dr. $99900
his one acre MLS 301514
leveled and US Hwy. 19
leveled and Commercial Acreage
luild on. MLS MLS 116470
)412 $59,900 ? 1 .900.000
ROCO CARDOZA CALL DEBI BELUZ
52) 287-9073 (352) 220-0005








DOWNSIZING, OR JUST STARTING OUT,
th IRA ONE- 22 1 CALL IDEBI BEI- Lr
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RA joNES-DOVI CALL DEBI BELTZ
476-2645 (352) 220-0005








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EDROOM. 1 BATH i.,r. ; 'rri ,i rr, ., c .J .1 r, l, uD
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NEORGE OUELLETTE CALL BARBARA DEE
52) 586-7041 & ROY CAWLEY
) 6 -5 (352) 220-1607









?" -'~i"1'' 1EXCEPTIONAL VALUE ,. r en
HOME IN CITRUS a,.. .li,- itri.:... .re I -.1 I a ..:.
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BONNIE DENNISON CALL BARBARA STONE
52) 697-5588 (352) 586-3072











3111 HOME IN HOMOSASSA a


BARBARA DEE .CAL. GEORGE OUE.ETTE
ROY CAWLEY ,'"(352) 586-7041
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5905 S. PLANTAIN POINT, LECANTO . .
4/2 SPACIOUS HOME WITH FIREPLACE i r.. : J.S' ,


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CALL MARGARET BAKER
(352) 422-0877
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ir 51rn 4 .x.6 m .' ., r. ^i3.,:,,:, .. ..I
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CAL MARGARET BAKER
(352) 422-0877
baker' exitrealtyeaders.com


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i BEAUTIFUL 3,i22 C.c.: r,:, ,:*, .au.l .:l i..- 3.:
BuJlr E% r. i HeII 5 Ir..
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(352) 586-2663
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SCAU PEGGY PMICE
(352) 302-5633
OR CHARLENE ANGELO
(352) 464.4179
www. truscountyhomesandland.com


W O rirf~i) I-I J4 F i r. i .
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH mobile on 1.04 acres! pacrt3,ul3r,-,tal ,-ca;f Th;; 200- -tEl framed
Completely redone on inside including all new ,.r.Te r up,'a :,r -
windows. Walls drywalled & tapered. p di-:, ':, ,'.r, -r.:,- Ti.r,
Lrght & airy inside. Close to Dunnellon .- r..r M.LS, '11ia1
and Ocala. MLS #306376.
CALL NANCY LEWIS CALL JOHN P. MAISEL IIIl
(352) 302-6082 (352) 302-5351
www.nancylittlelewis.com www.flaMLSonlne.com


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CALL GARY PLATFOOT
(352) 613-5776
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SIMPLY DELIGHTFUL *..l I *- ie iAjil in u al
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CAL.PEGGY PRICE
(352) 302-5633
SOR CHARLENE ANGELO j
(352) 464-4179
www.cdtr'uscmtyhomesandland.com


CHARMING 321 C.. -, i. :r l A .. I r,,,
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(35 r2) 3255 .
CALL JOHN P. MAISEL III
(352) 302-5351
www.flaMLSonlne.com







ADORABLE 3BR'2BA ,3.:.uL[.-A*,- ,T.I.-..j .:rur.3 r,.:.,T,-
' J .- .:,, ,:,. ,, ri .' P R IC E D A T $ 8 4 9 0 0

CALU.L PEGGY PRICE 4
(352) 302.5633 a I
S OR CHARLENE AN0GELa
(352) 464-4179
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NICE BLOCK HOME .nr, 1 3 ,:';< .n ,M:.n,:i.a.:
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CALL RON MCEVOY
(352) 586-2663
11meevoy" exitrealtyleaders.com


WOWI E-g curb appeal Icr thi, prior, per
.er\ .:;,z 2 ied 1 5 'arin irane r..i- ,n
2 eiacned uuliu.Idings Dig cor.crele cir.le
Iri.e p ,% n a 1 c3( a3[I icrI.E3
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CALL HARLEY W. HOUGH
(352) 400-0051
hough exltrealtyleaders.com


PERFECT PROPERTY Io. tu.nr; .:c-n .31, ; 'A EXCELLENT 212 Ar.r, nug tOr.u-on ou ri rui)
L* -:iil 1 '- 1 il A- .. ...I sr. lZar. a:p-d r n roui n .A pair.t and
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CALL RON MCEVOY l.LS (524, .5,
(352) 586-2663 CALL DICK HILDEBRANDT
mcevoy 4etreatyleadersncom (352) 586-0478


CHARMING & PRISTINE J :,. r, ,; '.. PEACE QUIET ... i
ni H" .' EXQUiSiTE 3121 MEADOWCREST VILLA l EAE


CALL BARBARA DEE CALL GEORGE OUELLETTE CALL BARBARA DEE CALL GEORGE OUELLETTE
I & ROY CAWLEY j (352) 586-7041 & ROY CAWLEY (352) 586-7041
(352) 220-1607 B wwwlhwsellhomebuyhome4u.com (352)220-1607 www.sellhomebuyhome4u.com
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KELLY
GODDARD
DIRECT: 476-8536
ELLIE
SUTTON
DIRECT: 287-3997

OFFICE: 527-7842
TOLL FREE: 1-877-866-9784


E '"- "" BRIAN MURRAY Cheryl
.i'U Realtor
JoannDeGain Multi-Million $$ Producer La m bert
S634-3e64 ., Email Realtor
FREE VIRTUAL TOURS BrianRMuway@aol.com Realtor
with every listing CALL FOR
See them on Office: 527-7842 DETAILS
JoannDeGain.Remax-Florida.com (3-2) 228-9756
orPeggyWolf.Remax-Florida.com Cell: 212-5913 -


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* 4BR/3 BATH
* Gas Fireplace
VIRTUAL TOUR
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5355 N. ELKCAM BLVD. e< N ei
SPine Rige Executive Home, built 2003,4/322+ -... -
Gourmet Island Kitchen wall appliances CRUS SPRINGS-
Formal living & dining rms + family rxin 3BD / 1BA Private fenced yard
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Dead end street Pool area w/wet bar, backyard private & wooded Golf course community Great starter home MIS U THIS
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Office: 527.7842
Direct: 212-1676


LARRY STARIZEL
Office: 527-7842
Direct: 464-0704
$239,900 MLS #:


BLAC DIAMOND NO MEMBERSHIP
SCharming cottage on cul-de-sac Large covered lanai
* Large master closet Immaculate
* Plentiful storage throughout Priced to Sell!


Peter & Marvia Korol $9,9" ML#30
Realtors

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BLACK DIAMOND NO MEMBERSHIP
Move.,n condinon Generous closeslssiorage
Non-smokerS Ouil cul-de-;ac
One owner Large c.oe-red lana,
] $439,000 MLS #306308.
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BUCK DIAMOND
* Hardwood floors LR/DR Pool with spa
* Great view #9 Quarry fairway & pond Fireplace
* Built-ins w/fireplace New carpet


MLS #302562 $349,900 MLS
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* Fully furnished Dual master closets
* Views of #9 Ranch Course Large covered lanai
* Built-ins w/fireplace New roof 2006
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PALMER
REMAX REALTY ONE

Direct 352-212-2611
office 352-527-7842 Toll Free 888-573-5050
e-mail: lenpalmer@remax.net


* New roof 2006
* All new appliances
* Pool and spa


* iew garage aoors
* Great golf course views
* Tiled living areas


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* 1991 3/2/2 with pool
* Country style
* Fireplace


email:
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MLS #306683






DGE ESTATES
New carpeting & ceramic tile
One acre wooded lot
Sweetwater built


$239,900 MLS #163215

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* Bonus room
* Newer appliances


RUS SPRINGS
Self-cleaning pool
1/2 acre
Shed with electric


GEILA
ENGLISH GRI
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Specialist for
THE KELLY/ELLIE TEAM @ REMAX
Kelly Goddard & Ellie Sutton
e-mail: englishatremax@gmail.com
Direct 249-6961 Office 527-7842
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PINE RIDGE ESTATES
2005 3/2.5/2.5 Electric gate entry
Den/Office One acre
Pool with waterfall Upgrades galore
$329,900 MLS #309528






BLAO DIAMOND
* 3/2.5/2 home Heated Pool
* On Quarry Course Brand New Roof
* Black Diamond Golf Over 2100 SF Living


TIMBERLANE ESTATES
* 3/2/2 Covered RV Pad
* Built in 2000 Landscaped Acre
* Tile Roof 2058 Sq. Ft. Living


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* Floral City water
* FS Fireplace


$560,000


2/2 with CP/Storage
* Spacious rooms
* Wraparound porch


MLS #307194


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* Lovely country Home!
* 3/2/2 on 1.14 Acres


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* Bring Horses!
* Screened lanai
* Over 2000 ft. living


GREAT 2 FAMILY RANOC!!!
* 5 ACRES Bam Total 6 BR
* Granite counters (both) 3 Screened porches
* Wood cabinets (both) Crystal River
$349,000 MLS #309412


PRICE REDUCTIONI!
* 120x120 Lot New kit. cabinets
* 6 panel doors 12x20 Covered patio
* 3/2 Ig. carport Home Warranty


* ON Golf Course
* 2 Family setup
* Fireplace (both)


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* 3/2/2 and 1/1
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MAINTENANCE-FREE LUXURY on Kings Bay! Enjoy countless
upgrades and panoramic views from this gorgeous 2/2 in Casa Rio.
No expense has been spared upgrading this home. Pella windows,
crown moulding, Corian countertops, upgraded tile and designer
cabinets are just a few of the luxuries you'll enjoy. Relax on your
waterfront patio or enjoy the open water view on two sides from
your great room. Unit also includes not 1, but 2 boat docks
(1 covered, 1 uncovered) for your boating enjoyment. A perfect
upscale home or weekend retreat. MLS#302166. $549,000


3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, split plan with wood burning fireplace
on a large waterfront lot in Woodland Estates, no bridges. r
Bring your large boat or sailboat. Pool table in game room
with extra refrigerator. MLS#304801 $475,000


5750 W. NOBIS CIR. NICE 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath
home on approx. 2 acres with fenced-in pool area.
MLS#310670 $319,900 Dir. Hwy 44 to Rock
Con iher tn Nnhia. fir R ton hnmrn


MUST SEEI New floors, new carpet in bedrooms, newer
kitchen, cathedral ceilings, new paint. Relax and enjoy the
privacy of Pine Ridge. Large screened porch with pool.
MLS#307560 $254.900


SPLISH SPLASHI Entertain your friends in this custom
built 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1 car garage pool home, nestled
in homes only Cinnamon Ridge. MLS#310352. $223,000






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SOLID THREE BEDROOM, two bath home near 7 Rivers
Golf Course. Beautiful Florida room, lots of room to roam.
Screened garage. MLS#311286 $189,900.


BRAND NEW CONSTRUCTION Tr, .i-. ri.:.r, H.:.T,.
concrete block home on .5 acre (mol). 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
split plan. Perfect family set up. Great room, breakfast
nook, master bedroom with his/her walk-ins, separate
dining room, paved roads and more. Home backs up to
Nature.Sanctuary and is close to Lake Tropicana for fishing
and bird watching. MLS#309627 $219,900


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BRAND NEW CONSTRUCTION Tip,- ..: Ar. m:.,-,.
concrete block home on .5 acre (mol). 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
split plan. Perfect family set up. Great room, breakfast
nook, master bedroom with his/her walk-ins, separate
dining room, paved roads and more. Home backs up to
Nature Sanctuary and is close to Lake Tropicana for fishing
and bird watching. MLS#309626 $219,900


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UPDATED AND BRIGHT Sugarmill Woods 2/21 This home is
move-in ready with new carpeting and ;eramic tile, fresh
paint and updated light fixtures. Split fi or plan and thick HIGH QUALITY at an affordable price. This 2006 built 3/2 in
greenbelt for privacy inside and out. Home comes with Crystal River is comprised of exceptional quality. 30 year -
hurricane shutters for front and rear windows. Roof replaced Architectural shingles, custom cabinets, ceramic tile, Berber
in 2005, A/C heat pump replaced in 2000. Extra roof carpet, Corian counters, 140 mph windows, Trane heat
Insulation and insulated garage door for improved energy pump, screened porch and more. Great curb appeal as well!
efficiency. MLS#307523 $189,000 MLS#307562 $159,900.


FRESHLY PAINTED MEADOWCREST single family home.
Features 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, eat-in kitchen, large living
room, large lanai, walk-in closet in master. MLS#305124
$209,000.



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NEAT AND CLEAN and ready to go. Move-in condition
with some furnishings in place if desired. Conveniently
located in Homosassa. Paved roads, corner lot, fenced
yard, utility shed and more. PSO zoning will allow for
daycare, medical, professional, etc. Live and work at
home. MLS#311268 $109,900


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Ken Bell
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THIS BRIGHT AND SPACIOUS ,: r,. i.:,-, ,"
With over 2,500 living square feet, this home offers an
oversized great room, formal dining room, large kitchen and
breakfast area. 4 bedrooms, den/home office plus a large
screened patio. Enjoy the large master suite with two walk-in
closets plus a large master bath. Split floor plan offers
privacy. Come take a look! MLS#302419 $249,900


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3i W. HALLS RIVER RD. HOMOSASSA
'ECTACULAR VIEW of the Homosassa River from this
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the pu of Florida's Nature Coast. Outstanding river views
from the main room, covered boat house, naw clc Loc"o','
Locali Location!!' MLS#305336 $795,00 Dinections.
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Citrus Springs 9542


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3448 N. Century Blvd.
STILL TIME TO PICK COLORS. This under 1426 W. Adele Ct.
construction 3/2/2 home offers alarm system, STEP INTO the tiled entry and see Florida
sprinkler system & much more. 311358 living at its best. 304867


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7950 N. Galena Ave.
NEW Construction 3-2-2 home. Time to pick
your colors! Choose 1 of 3 options valued at
$2,000. 311616


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7909 N. Triana Dr. 8857 N. Limbo Circle 2042 W CHANRON PLACE
GREAT 3/2/3 w/great Diamond Brite 2/2/2 home w/ fabulous golf course view. BEAUTY 4-2-2 Home situated on a large
307761 308900 comer lot. 310880

194.900 1169,000 POOL



8540 N LINWOOD
MOVE RIGHT IN to this exceptionally 2440 Nautilus Dr. "
maintained 3-2-2 built in 2002 home is being COME CHECK THIS 312 HOME. Lots of new 8640 N. Sarazen Dr.
sold completely furnished. 163202 things. Comer lot. 310175 2/2/2 HOME on a great street. 163213


.350 000


9201 N Lennox Ter
THIS HOME is well maintained. 3/2/1
shows extremely well. 303977


2.05 W Jonqu. Dr
GREAT STARTER 2-1.5 HOME. Lots of porch
space & patio. Nice backyard w/ tool shed,
bike trail, 2 golf courses & more. 308389


8383 N. Pinnacle Dr.
BRAND NEW 4/2/2 w/lots of upgrades.
309518





1236 W. Alexander Dr.
2006 BUILT 3-2-2. Amenities include: Beautiful tile,
oversized master BA, huge walk-in closet, laundry rm,
pool bath & much more. An appl. package is incl.
along w/a screened lanai, full landscaping & a
sprinkler system. 300086







9235 N. Elliot Way
SUPER 211 starter or retirement home.
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PRICED TO SELL! 2/1 home, across the
street from no build retention area. 310210


7100 N. Caesar, Dunnel
3/1 CHARMING cottage style ho

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9475 N. Argo Way J
THIS HOUSE ROCKS! Brand new pretty 5335 W. Osmond Ln., Dunnellon 3323 E May St, in%
kitchen w/ceramic counter tops. Architectural 1997 FLEETWOOD 3/2 mobile on 1.25 UNIQUE 2 story home.
shingled & new windows. 310945 acres in Citrus County. 309140 308416

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5946 N. Oakmont Dr., Pine Ridge
THIS 3/2.5/2 pool home is situated on a
303381 parklike corner 1 acre. 302413

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UL 212 condo in Greenbriar in
Citrus Hills. 309086


391 E. Falconry Ct., Citrus Hills
Relax and enjoy 3-2-2 home with pool
on golf course. 309195


TOLL FREE (866) 465-3500


9788 N. Loretta Way
NEW Mitch Underwood 3-2-2 built 2006.
Nice homesite and location. Great buy, come
and check this! 311666


2730 W. Rutland Dr.
BRAND NEW 4/2/2 w/a lot of the upgrades.
Finish by Jan. 2007. 309518


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Citrus Springs 9542 N. Citrus Springs


SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2007_.9E


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Ken & Michelle Cavalieri Carolyn Nash Tom Balfour Amanda & Kirk Johnson



REALTORS REALTOR REALTOR REALTOR REALTOR, GRI
Beverly Hills Winn Dixie Plaza


100 N. Crystal Meadow Path
ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS 4BR/3BA/2CG. Completely tiled formal living
room, family room, kitchen & nook. Corian counter tops in kitchen. Home
f. features a media room w/sound oof walls. Hunter Douglas blinds. This
S .. 5125 N. Cimarron Dr home has a beautiful caged ol with large lanai overlooking a park-like
4889 N. Peppermint Dr. THIS 2003 BUILT HOME has 2 car oversized side entry garage, plus s de s with 10cd yar2 prnt u ou e inalty Carin r
2002 BUILT HOME with open floor plan on 1 acre in Pine Ridge. Open 30x24 finished detached garage (wood shop). 3 bedroom, 2 bath open decra ed inside & out Curbing around panted areas and driveway
kitchen to great room with kitchen nook opening to lanai with enough great room plan with so many upgrades: spnkler, security system, 30900 310568
room for future pool. Home's backyard is fenced in. Split bedroom plan pavers in lanai and entry, oak cabinets, tiled back splash, 2 walk-in 309,900.310568
with 3 bedooms and 2 baths. $249,900. 302418 closets, garden tub and so much more $319,900. 306859




3744 W. Promontory Dr. 1775 Shanelle Path
2868 W. Aleuts Dr. LOVELY 2 BEDROOM, 2 bath. 2 car garage pool home in Pine Ridge. BRICK PAVERS adom the entrance to this Spruce model located in
THIS IS AN IMPRESSIVE 3BR/2BA2CG. Formal living room with Spacious kitchen with new Corian countertops. loads of cabinet space, Brentwood Villas of Citrus Hills. Situated on a cul-de-sac lot & close
great room and family room, open floor plan with that lead to large lanai i .. ..:: .. i. .i: in master, central vac system, to the golf course & amenities. Open & bright wil 2BR & a den that
and pool area, shed, sprinklers, skylights, walk-in shower, garden tub. ', : ... .- : on a nicely landscaped over- can be converted to a 3e bedroom. Kitchen has upgraded wood
$328,900. 311126 sized (1 35 acre) lot. $269,900 303517. cabinets with crown molding & beveled countertops. $256,900.
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8210 N. Duval Dr.
WHY BUY NEW when you can get this quality built home ready to move in...
Includes a home warranty too. Lots of square footage for the moneyW Has it all
36S.L on v Screened pod, gdf course views, located on a private cul-de-sac. Huge master
36 S. Lincoln Ave suite wtwo walk-in closets. Vaulted ceings. Large eatin kitchen & pantry. Formal
RECENTL' PEMODELED i :: .,- .:.: :,.* ... ._.:: [._..-..,. 3640 N. Lucille Dr. dining area. Pool bath for guests convenience. Central vac., sprinkler system
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room includes Kltcnen, living, dining, rorary, guest room/den, extra large has been recently renovated. There is new carpet, new paint, vinyl
workshop/laundry. Screened porch, terrazzo floors, lot with shade trees, and appliances. Ready to move into. Private backyard. Some
sitting area outside. Shed, newer wall A/C, water heater. $96,900 furniture can be purchased separately. No maintenance $129,900 /
161905 #309125



-.- Si "45 W. Kentwood PI.
THIS 2000 BUILT 3BR 2BA, 2CG has an electfc heated caged
510 S. Barbour St. pol with fountain. Large master bedroom with sitting mo, L R,
6 S. L S THIS s1 A GREAT 6bt Yar. ., I .1 in.ta i.ig uT, d.'ihi' adouT kitchen and nook all in wood laminated flooring. Uprades include:
236 S. Lee St. with French doors to family room. This lust added to the house is a Well for sprinkler system, water filter system, arcthiecura shingles
MUST LOVE TREES 3BR/I.5BA, 1,500 sq. ft. living. New eat-in genuine Lexan XL-10 lookout dear storm panel hurricane window and comer lot. $199,900.304909
kitchen, wood cabinets, huge Florida room, caged inground pool in protection system that can stay on the home or be removed easily. MLS
private yard. Gorgeous new flooring. A must seel $139,900. #311733 #305433. $129,900. II ] I I ,[ll Zf "11 4--1 =E L "T ,T


2504 W. Gardenia Dr.
THIS HAS A GREAT VIEW of the golf course so bring your golf
clubs, for this completely updated redone 2/2/1 golf course home. All
newer carpet, roof, ceiling fans, range, disposal, sprinkler system,
I and garage door opener. Furniture negotiable. $149,900. 309512


47 S. Desoto St; 38 Roosevelt Blvd.
THIS HOME IS SPECTACULAR h 2 are bedrooms Could be 3 THIS IS A GORGEOUS HOME with v ng roo rooin Lom, l 4291 N. Stewart Way
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With texts, obsolete is relative


D ear Mary: I have a large stack of .
college textbooks that are more I -- ,
than 10,years old. and are con-
sidered obsolete. What is the best way
to recycle these books? Katy P., !
Arkansas
Dear Katy: I'd check with your local .
library. Even though your books are
considered obsolete by the typical col-
lege bookstore, they may be quite suit-
able and a welcome addition to the Mary
library. But don't just drop them off EVER
without first checking. CHEAF
Another option is to donate them to
Books for Africa, a wonderful organization that
has shipped more than 15 million primary, sec-
ondary, post-secondary and community library
books to 27 countries since 1988. Provided your
textbooks are not older than 20 years (see
www.booksforafrica.org for more specific guide-
lines), you can drop them off or ship them to 715 E.
Minnehaha Ave., St Paul, MN 55106.
By way of example, 50 pounds of books shipped
from my office in California to St. Paul, Minn.,
costs $19.09 at the media-mail rate the cheapest
option. Provided an organization like Books for
Africa is registered with the IRS as a nonprofit
charity, you may be able to take a tax deduction for
the fair-market value of each item donated (see
www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p561.pdf for specifics).
Typically, fair-market value is determined as a
percentage of the new price, based on condition.
If neither of these options works for you, call. a
recycling center in your area to see whether they


r


are currently accepting hardcover
books. Most do.
S Dear Mary: My wife passed away in
March 2005, and I trusted her to take
care of our bills. After her death, I
-. f. began receiving bills for a bunch of
credit cards I didn't even know we had,
and they had. my name on all of them.
We were retired and, I thought, debt
free.
Hunt Now I am left owing thousands of
YDAY dollars, and it is taking almost all of my
SKATE retirement just to pay minimum pay-
ments. The companies are charging
about 21 percent to 24 percent interest, leaving me
barely enough to live on. I don't want to file for
bankruptcy and lose almost all of what I worked
hard to own and paid for once. I would like to be
debt free again one day. Your opinion would be
most appreciated. Edward, Indiana
Dear Edward: I am so sorry to learn of your sit-
uation. As a wife who hid credit-card bills from
her husband (yes, I do have a bit of a dark finan-
cial past), your letter sent chills down my spine but
also made me grateful that those days are behind
us now.
I am curious to know how your name got on
those credit-card applications. If forged, you may
not be a legal co-signer and therefore may not be
liable for the debts. You need to speak with an
attorney who deals with consumer issues and is
familiar with Indiana state law.

Please see CHEAP/Page 11E


Old urinals, bed pans just don't have much collector interest


Dear John: I was wonder-
ing if there is a market
out there for old clean
bedpans and urinals. Not the
plastic ones of today, but the
really old ones of yesterday.
As you can see in
the picture I sent,
they are metal and
glass, made by :
Jones Metal Pro. I ,.
was thinking maybe
donating them to a
nursing home, but
these would really
be cold to use, I
guess that is why John S
they went to plastic.
Is there any nursing SIKOF
library or museum AT
that you could think
of that may be interested in
having these for display?
If not, do you have any sug-
gestions as to what these are
good for now, and please do not
say use them for planters
around the yard, my husband
would never allow that. Thank
you for your time. B.S.,
Beverly Hills
Dear B.S.: If not planters,
does anyone else have any
ideas? There is no specific col-
lector interest.


Dear John: Here is a front
and back photo of a plate. Was
it made to eat off of or more for
hanging on a wall? What can
you tell us about it? A.D.F.,
Internet


ikorski
rSKI'S
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Dear A.D.F.:
Decorative cake
plates like the one
you have were pro-
duced in large quan-
tities in Germany
and other European
countries by numer-
ous china compa-
nies during the last
decades of the 19th
into the early 20th
century. They have
been reproduced in
the last 20 plus


years.
I am quite sure the decora-
tive scene covering the center
of your cake plate is a transfer
print, if it were hand painted
the potential dollar value
would be much higher. The
photograph of the mark you
included is not very clear. I can
see the word Germany below
some sort of crown. If your
cake plate was made by a
notable company it will influ-
ence the dollar value. Without


Special to the Chronicle
Old urinals and bed pans could be used as planters, but what else?


a good clear photograph of the
mark and its color I am assum-
ing the maker is unknown and
the plate was produced during
the original period, potential
dollar value is $50 to $75.
Dear John: I enjoy your col-
umn. I have a Boston Terrier
bank. It is held together with


one screw. The paint is origi-
nal. There is no maker mark,
but numbers inside are 2 over
826. It has been in the family as
long as I can remember. I
would say 60 years or more
because my mother remem-
bers it also. The bank is 4 inch-
es high at head and 6 1/2 long


Decorative cake plates were
favorites during the last
decades of the 19th and into
the 20th centuries.

from paw to tail. Thanks for
any information. L.K,
Internet
Dear LK: What a cute little
bank. In the collector's market-
place your bank is called a sta-
tionary bank.
In the past decade, station-
ary banks have dramatically
increased in value due to col-
lector demand.
I think your bank was manu-
factured in the United States
close to 100 years ago.

Please see ATTIC/Page 12E


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CITRUS ICOUN13A 0RONICLE


CHEAP
Continued from Page 10E

If you are legally responsible
for these debts, call Consumer
Credit Counseling Services of
Atlanta at (800) 251-2227, or
visit online at www.cccsatl.org.
They can work with your credi-
tors to get those interest rates
reduced significantly and also
set up a payment schedule you
can handle. I wish you well and
hope your story serves as a
wake-up call to anyone reading
this who is hiding debt from his
or her spouse.
1 11
It was a happy day when I
discovered the vast array -of
spices in the international-
foods aisle at my supermarket
While the regular spices are
located two aisles over (tiny
spice jars with huge prices), in
the ethnic section of the store, I
found huge containers of all
kinds of spices from cinnamon
to garlic powder for only a frac-
tion of the price. What a find!
And given the following read-
er-submitted tip, we can find
other bargains there as well.
VANILLA EXTRACT: I love
to bake, and one of my favorite
ingredients is pure vanilla
extract. I have found that
Mexican vanilla packs double
the punch of American vanilla
for half the price. You can find
it in any grocery store on the


Mexican or ethnic-foods aisle.
- Jessica R., Colorado
QUICK BUTTON FIX: If you
are at work or out in public and
your button pops off, see if you
can find a twist tie (the kind that
closes a bread wrapper). Tear
the paper off and use the wire
in place of thread to secure the
button until you get home. -
DebbieE., North Carolina
CUTTING BROWNIES:
When you remove brownies
from the pan, cut them with a
pizza cutter. It zips right
through. No muss. No fuss. And
it makes it easier to cut them
straight This works well with
most bar cookies, too. Rae
B., Indiana
MENDING JEANS: The
metal button on my jeans came
apart and fell off. Because this
is not the kind of button that
can be sewed on, I used super-
glue to affix the knob and back
stud through the fabric. I let it
set for a few days then washed
and dried it It came through
and is perfectly wearable. -
Ruth J., New York
CALENDARS THAT LAST: I
recycle my favorite calendars
from year to year by printing a
free calendar from
PrintFree.com and taping it
over the old one. I do this every
month. I still get to enjoy the
calendar's graphics, and the
date is current And I save even
more when I print on the back-
side of previously printed
paper Terri L., Illinois


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Toll Free: (877) 268-2951
mr[ Office: (352) 527-1888 Fax: (352) 527-2728
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3/2/2 split plan w/great room. Wrap- 2/1.5/1 Windsor model. Top of line
around deck & above ground pool in stainless steel appliances. Perfect for lady of
spacious treed & fenced back yard. On .63 the house. Extended garage, FR w/riverrock
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on 1+ acre corner lot w/nice landscaping, to all amenities, deed restricted subdiv.
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r1i.oiz lovely vvinsor moael,
landscaped & partially fenced. Ceiling
fans. Close to elementary school &
library. $130,000. Call Emily or Jake
352-613-6559. MLS 150812


GROCERY BINGO. I've had
to halve. our grocery budget
-this year and will use a "bingo"
system to do this. Before mak-
ing my meal plan for the week,
I check all of our cupboards,
the garden and the freezer to
see exactly what we' already
have. I try to plan our meals
around these items and tick
each one off the list as I incor-
porate it into a meal. I get a
"bingo" when every item is
ticked off or every meal is
based on what I have on hand.
- Jennie B., e-mail
COOLING FOOD: When I
have a hot bowl of ramen noo-
dles and want to cool them off
without having to waste my
breath blowing on the bowl, I
just add an ice cube. It makes a
little more broth in the bowl
and cools the noodles nicely. -
Joanna, e-mail


For more money-saving ideas,
look for Mary Hunt's new
book, "Everyday Cheapskate's
Greatest Tips"(Running
Press). E-mail questions
or tips at
cheapskate@unitedmedia.com
or write to: Everyday
Cheapskate, P.O. Box 2135
Paramount, CA 90723.


Extension services


offer Lunch and


Learn Series


Special to the Chronicle

Citrus County Extension
Agent Anthony Camerino will
offer the February Lunch and
Learn Series about "Using
Mulch in the Landscape" from
noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday at
the Citrus County Canning
Center at 3405 W Southern St,
Lecanto.
The cost is free and preregis-
tration is required; call 527-
5700 to register.
This is an educational offer
where you are invited to bring
your lunch and feed your brain
while feeding your body Coffee
and cookies will be provided.
Programs and activities
offered by the Extension
Service are available to all per-
sons without regard to race,
color, handicap, sex, religion
or national origin.
For persons with disabilities
requiring special accommoda-


tions, contact the Extension
office at 527-5700 at least five
working days prior to the pro-
gram so that proper considera-
tion may be given to the
request
For the hearing impaired,
call the Florida Relay Center
Service at (800) 955-8771.
For more information about
programs or classes offered,
call 527-5700.

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Citrus Springs
Glenn Ridge Cir.
3/2/2, 1/4 acre (MOL)
landscaped, cathedral
ceilings, tile bath, R30
insulation, 30 yr
shingles.
$195,000
(352) 400-0230 694803


For buying or selling ...
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352-527-7842
S i VickiLove@Remax.net


LUUN KT LIVING UN a A1K=,01i uver
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main living area, and 2BR/1BA in 'in-law' on
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kitchen tile floor and deck with Hydro-spa. 2
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...Continued from P agelOE. ..


The expression in his face is
wonderful. Current potential
dollar value is close to $100,
perhaps more on a good day.
Dear John: I would like to
know if you can help me find
out the value of my Brownie
box Eastman-Kodak Co. Made
in U.S.A., Target Six-16 camera
and a Kodak Doublet Fold
Away camera, film 616, Kodon,
423. I would appreciate any-
thing you have to say.
I also have "The Hardy
Boys" Mystery Series Books,
Publisher, New York 10 N.Y,
Series 1 to 56, in hardcover by
EW Dixon. F.J.S., Citrus
Springs
Dear FJ.S: According to
record, the real authors of Ted
Scott and the Hardy Boys
series were Edward
Stratemeyer and his daughter
Harriet Adams, aka Carolyn
Keene of Nancy Drew fame.
They produced more than
1500 titles under a variety of
names, EW Dixon being one of
them.
Because your book is a com-
pilation, dollar value is low.
The two cameras you have
are not of much interest cur-
rently


John Sikorski has been a
professional in the antiques
business for more than 20
years. He hosts a call-in radio
show, Sikorski's Attic, on
WJUF (90.1 FM) Saturdays
from 11 a.m. to noon. Send
questions to Sikorski's Attic,
c/o The Citrus County
Chronicle, 1624 N.
Meadowcrest Blvd., Crystal
River, FL 34429, or e-mail
asksikorski@aol.com.


Citrus Springs
Glenn Ridge Cir.
3/2/2, 1/4 acre (MOL)
landscaped, cathedral
ceilings, tile bath, R30
insulation, 30 yr
shingles.
$195,000
(352) 400-0230
(352 4000230694803


Citrus County Division ofHousing

Services helps first-time buyers


Special to the Chronicle
Citrus County's Division of
Housing Services and
Extension Services are offer-
ing First Time Homebuyers
classes to interested individu-
als.
Two classroom sessions are
scheduled at the Lecanto
Government Building at 3600
W. Sovereign Path, Lecanto,
Room 280.
There is no charge for these


classes.
Those individuals attending
both sessions will receive a
Certificate of Completion. Any
person who requires a special
accommodation (ADA) for a
disability must call 72 hours in
advance.
Session one will be from
5:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Feb.
15, and will cover introduction
to SHIP, credit, family budget,
pros and cons to building and
buying existing, applying and


Pine Ridge Estates
3 beautiful homes
on acreage ready
for your horses!
Priced to sell FAST!


3455 N. YACHT TERR. $450,000
Beautiful 3/2/2 pool home on 6.7 acres. All new
kitchen, flooring, vanities, fixtures & so much more.
2160 sq. ft. barn w/office, 4 stalls, w/Ig. in/outs, 60'
round pen, 3 fenced pastures & so much more.
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3460 N. PALOMINO TERR. !489,000 3575 N. STIRRUP DR. $39B,900
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for Irrigation & horses. Property gated for privacy, horse trail & just a short ride to equestrian center.
#309889 #309936


qualifying for a mortgage, and
finding a real estate agent and
the contract signing.
Session two will be from
5:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Feb.
22, and will cover home secu-
rity, home maintenance, fair
housing, homeowners insur-
ance, energy conservation,
landscaping, termite preven-
tion and homestead exemp-
tion.
Other presenters will be:
Citrus County Cooperative
Extension Service, Citrus
County Department of Public


Safety, Citrus County Fire
Prevention, Community Legal
Services, Annemarie Hooper
of Crystal Realty and Barbara
Vargo with SunTrust Bank
For more information or to
reserve a seat, call Barbara in
the Citrus County Division of
Housing Services at 527-5388.
Limited seating space avail-
able. Only those pre-regis-
tered will be allowed to attend
classes.
If you plan to attend you
should call immediately to
reserve your spot


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1019 Turner Camp Rd.
THIS HOME SITE sits on large comer lot with 2BR/2BA
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11042 N. NIGHTHAWK TERR.
Country setting for this 2/2 with vinyl windows on the large
lanai and a screened enclosure off the front. A separate
workshop in the back. $129,000


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home hasanewroof &manyupdates& upgrades. Seeittoday.
Just $104,500.








740 N. CHARLES
Remodeled 3BR/2BA home waiting just for you. Large lanai
and separate dining room. $135,000.


173 N. ROCK CRUSHER
Fleetwood 2004 / 2280 sq. ft. w/over 2 acres. Gorgeous 4 bedrooms,
2 baths, split floor plan. Large workshop, 24'x24'. Fireplace.
$135,000


67 N. FrTZPATRICK
Nice, brand new 3 BR/2 BA/1.5CG home. Great location near
shopping & schools. Owner will consider lease option or
owner financing. $149,900


1520 ESSEX
Quality built 2006 home. This is a must see. 3BR/3BA/2CG, caged in
pool. Special features include granite counter tops, wet bar &
outdoor grill in lanai area & much more. $459,900.


2610 S. WOODBNE AVE
Very well maintained 3BRI 28A home. New roof w dim. Shingles, newer
septic sys. & A/C unit Detached wkshop/ gar all on 1 acre! $163,000


3860 SANDERS
Great starter home. 2BR/1 BA or investment with an extra lot New
A/C, septic, well drain fields, and roof. $89,900


1225 NE 2ND ST.
3 or 4 bedroom 2 bath with 2 car garage in nice area of CR. Large family
room and updated kitchen with brand new dishwasher. Fully fenced yard
and nice landscaping complete the package. $245,000.


1107 JONES
Completely redone 4BR/2 BA home with a pool. Nice fenced oversized .
yard. Close to shopping and schools. Bring all offers. $135,000


11587 KINGFISHER Cr.
Beautiful waterfront condo 2BR/2BA private dock. All this for the
affordable price of $194,500. All offers will be considered.


9330 N. SANTOS
3 OR 4 BEDROOM HOME Light & Bright. BONUS ROOMS as an INLAW
SUITE, FAMILY ROOM OR EXTRA Bedroom, Hobby or Work Shop at a
great price. This home has been completely redone. $125,000.


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This home has 4BR/2BA, a large master suite, a formal dining room & a
great large fireplace living room. Set back from a paved road is this
gem complete w/large covered porches front & back & a large detached
garage workshop. $99,900


468 E. BOSTON ST.
Come see 4000 square feet of living dream home. It consists of
3BR/4BA, 2 full kitchens, large lanai, & pool. Located in Citrus
Hills on a gorgeous landscaped 1 acre comer lot. $499,900

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95 S. JEFFERSON
Here is a great 2/2/2 with 2 Florda rooms and many nice updates including
the roof and AC. This home has awesome square footage. $133,900.


3164 W. DAFFODIL DR.
This home has an awesome county feel, the moment you pull up to ft. This home has
38R/2BA, a great FP, LR & Ige. pool area wi solar heated pool. Add to this 2 Ig. wkshp.
sheds wlelec. & insulation & one w/ AIC. This home has many upgrades wta beauh[u
master suite & an incredible master bath. See it today. $292,000


75 SJ KELLNER
1984 2BR/2BA/2CG Features include: split floor plan, fireplace, fenced
yard, Florida Room. Come make this your home today. $148,500.








24 E. GOLDEN
Cute 1/1 w/2 bonus rooms. Completely fumished & could easily be a 2BR.
Fully fenced back yard, shed & carport. New roof in 2001 & Central A/C in
1997. What a deal!! Key from lock box opens side door. $78,000.


6 S. DESOTO ST.
This home has a newer roof, upgraded ACHeaing system & loads of updates & upgrades.
Step through the front door to beautiful wood lam. flooring & tots of great ceramic ile.
The kitchen has been upgraded to include new kitchen cabinets, counters, & new
appliances. Call today $99,999.


480 W. MILKWEED LP.
Exceptional 2 2.5 B A.5 CG w/caged ingrond pool and jacuzzi
Don't miss out on this exceptional value. Call today. $159,900


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$399,900 $259,900
3/2/2 home on 1 acre. Open fir. plan, split This 2/2/2 + den/office "Arlington" model
BR's, Ig. eat-in kit. w/Corian countertops, has a ceramic tiled great rm., kit., dining
great rm., formal dining rm & office. Tile rm. & laundry. Hardwood firs., Corian
fir., new apple wood cabinets, aquarium counters & a hot tub/spa overlooking the
glass window & in-ground pool. Golf Course. Membership Required.
(352) 746-0744 #311723 (352) 746-0744 #311586


$169,000 $156,900 $127,900
Immaculate 2006 "Moranda" 4/2/2 home Lovely 2/2 pool home features a 2/2 downstairs condo, fum. stove, refrig. &
with upgraded appliances, wood cabinets & spectacular 13x30 heated/cooled, bright & microwave fairly new. Lanai is tiled,
tile flooring. Nice residential neighborhood airy Florida rm w/bar. Formal dining/living, enclosed w/glass windows & opens out to a
with surrounding new homes. This home is Ig. bedrooms, oversized patio & inground small wood deck. Overlooks the Meadows
priced to sell for a quick sale. pool w/surrounding decorative block wall. Golf Course. Membership Available.
(352) 527-1820 #311512 (352) 527-1820 #311603 (352) 746-0744 #311510


$119,500 $168,000 $420,000 $327,777 $299,000
This 2/1/2 home offers a family rm., Almost new 2004 home located in the Lovely 4/3/2 + den situated on a 1 acre lot Beautiful 2/2/2 + den situated on the Custom 3/2.5/2 home nestled among
ceramic tile floors except In bedrooms. As growing community of Citrus Springs. with beautiful trees & landscaping. Large Skyview Golf Course. Many upgrades inc. the large oaks & magnolias, boasting
is wright to inspect. Easy to show. Citrus Ideal for families or retirees. Easy kitchen w/lots of cabinets, family rm w/wet tile & w/w carpeted floors, Corlan counters, pride of ownership. Spacious & bright
fruit trees in yard. Community pool/club commute to Ocala and Inverness. Easy to bar & surround sound thru-out home. Huge wood cabinets & appliances. Outstanding in a picturesque park-like setting. Must
house dues, yearly membership dues. move in. Don't miss this one! pool w/stone waterfall. view. Membership Required. be seen to appreciate.
(352) 527-1820 #311720 352-527-1820 #311171 (352) 746-0744 #300146 352-746-0744 #162708 (352) 746-0744 #307485
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$899,900 $459,900
3/4/2.5 in gated comm. Fully furnished w/ Brand new 3/2.5/2 on a 1.6 acre lot.
12' ceilings., kitch. w/Corian & custom wood Custom built home w/separate 24x33
cabinets, Lg. master w/sitting rm., Living, garage/workshop. Spacious living area w/
family & dining rms, 20x40 s/c, htd pool w/ gas fireplace, gourmet kitchen and center
spa + much more. Membership avail island, wood cabinets & eat-in nook.
352-746-0744 #148991 (352) 527-1820 #305265


$299,900
Great 3/3/2 on the Oaks Golf Course.
Beautiful mirrored wall in dining room,
gas fireplace & window seat in family
rm. New roof in 2005, A/C & heat pump.
Membership Available.
(352) 746-0744 #161881


$359,500
$399,000 $359,900 3/2.5/2 on the 15th green on Meadows
Lovely 3/3/2 Mitch Underwood home. 3/2/2 ranch w/open floor plan & large lanai, Golf Course. Light, bright & immaculate!
Has living & family rooms, den & pool w/ upgraded eat-in kitchen & epoxy floor in garage. At end of cul-de-sac, lots of upgrades,
spa & fountain. Wonderful view of Master BR w/deluxe bath & large walk-in closet. Corian countertops, self-cleaning, gas
landscaping & golf. Upgrades galore! Move right in and enjoy! Membership Required. htd. caged pool. Membership Available.
(352) 527-1820 #307396 352-746-0744 #304747 (352) 746-0744 #305711









$279,900 RIDGECREST $179,000 $176,900
Like new, beautiful home 3/2/2.5 w/pool Lovely 3/2/2 has newer apple brand new 3/2/2 in the much desired village of
& shed on 1 acre. Beautifully landscaped, carpet/flooring & paint, roof in '02 & the Cambridge Greens. This home is darling.
very private backyard. Association fee air handler & water heater '05. Walk-in It's in move-in condition, has a lovely
includes: clubhouse, cable, tennis courts, closet in the master, huge trees in the yard w/room for a pool & rocker-friendly
shuffle board, pool and more. yard & an oversized screened porch, front porch. Must see today!!
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Learning from our mistakes


'Tales OfHome-Related Woes and Mistakes, 'Part II


Mark Hetts
MR.
HANDYPERSON.


Dear Readers: It's often
said that we learn from
our mistakes, which, in
Mr. HandyPerson's experience,
is usually true. But since we
are just such a terribly smart
species and are often, though
not universally, capable of
abstract thought, we can theo-
retically learn from others'
mistakes as well. That's why
Mr. HP is sharing more letters
this week describing readers'
boo-boos, things they've done
(or witnessed), and things
they've resolved not to repeat
Considering the close calls
and near disasters described in
these and last week's letters,
Mr HP is not entirely clear why
they make him both cringe and
laugh, but he bets they do the
same for you. Here goes:
N "This is probably not the
funniest thing you've ever
heard, but it sticks in my mem-
ory. About 20 years ago in my
childhood home, my dad short-
ened the bathroom door
because of new shag carpet
Naturally there was swearing
when he realized that he had
cut off too much. I can still pic-
ture the 1-inch piece that he
glued back on the bottom of the
door. A few years later I found
him a coffee mug that had
"Measure twice, cut once" on it
with a saw running through the
words. I believe my dad still
has that coffee mug.
'"Also, my neighbor 'Phil' is
proof that gasoline is not good
for starting fires, especially
when your fire pit has a retain-
ing wall around it where the
fumes can collect. The fireball
was loud (causing my brother's
fireworks-fearing dog to chew
up a good couch), and it looked
like a teeny atomic blast.
Fortunately, Phil lit the fire
himself (his teenage son had


been mad initially that he was-
n't allowed do it), and he sur-
vived with minor burns and
singed hair. Later, we made a
sticker for him that read:
'Jumpin' Jack Flash, don't use
gas, gas, gas!"'
Mr. HP: Your first tale forces
Mr HP to admit that even after
all these years and so many
similar experiences, he still


occasionally measures only
once and messes up.
Your second story reminds
* him of the time his younger
brother Tim, then age 6, tried
to get rid of the gophers tunnel-
ing around the foundation of
our childhood home by pour-
ing gasoline from the lawn
mower's gas can into every
opening he could find, then


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lighting one opening with a
match. Mr HP (11 at the time)
was inside when he heard a
thunderous kaboom! He, ran
outside to find his brother
standing but shaking like a
leaf, covered head-to-toe in
dirt, next to a trench running


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helped clean up his little broth-
er and fill in the trench. When
Dad eventually discovered the
crack in the concrete slab some
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mouth shut.
The gophers never returned,
though Mr. HP would not rec-
ommend this particular tactic.
"I hereby resolve not to
break up supposedly rotten
fence rails by serving as the
weight on one end of the rail
while my husband jumps on
the other end, thereby sending
me and the rail flying into the
air, resulting in a shattered
foot bone and a still perfectly
whole fence rail. I love your
column. Keep up the good
work".
Mr. HP: Thank you kindly.
Welcome to the friendly skies!
Thanks for choosing Fence
Rail Express.
"Your resolutions remind-
ed me of a dumb thing I did
years ago. I decided to make a
wall shelf with decorative sup-
port brackets from an oak
board. I cut the board for
length and used a coping saw
to make the supports. All was
well so far. Then I got the elec-
tric drill to make holes in the
brackets for the mounting
screws. I was seated, holding
the brackets between my legs.
The drill broke through the
wood, twisted up the fabric of
my slacks, and tore into my
upper leg before I had sense
enough to take my finger off
the trigger."
Mr. HP: Ouch! That's a harsh
lesson, but it's one you surely
won't forget.
To all the other good people
who graciously sent similarly
humiliating tales of things that
one definitely should not do -
too many to include in just two
columns many thanks. Next
week, we'll try to get back to
things we can and should do.
m
Mr. HandyPerson wants to
hear of home repair matters
that are troubling you and
useful tips. Write to: Mr.
HandyPerson, c/o Universal
Press Syndicate, 4520 Main
St, Kansas City, MO 64111.


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entering the water. Ih-thia
buffer area, there should be no
fertilization, no chemical
applications, no irrigation and
no mowing (vegetative waste,
like grass clippings, can also be
a source of water pollution).
Establishing a buffer zone
around water bodies can be' as


simple as allowing turfgrass to
grow naturally around the
water. Native aquatic -plants
can also be used to create ai
beautiful waterfront view;
pickerelweed, cannas and iris
are just a few of the flowering
beauties available. Use a low-
growing, low-maintenance


groundcover for a less restrict-
ed view. Perennial peanut is an
extremely drought-tolerant
groundcover that only grows to
six inches and. has beautiful
yellow, edible flowers. Another
benefit is that perennial
peanut is a nitrogen-fixing
legume (meaning it creates its


own "fertilizer").
Some native plants may not
require fertilization because
they have adapted -to Florida's
sandy, nutrient-deficient soils.
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Audrey Durr
FLORIDA-
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LIVING
roper fertilization of
landscape plants has
been a hot topic lately.
Improper fertilization can pol-
lute our water resources, com-
promise the health of our
plants, and result in wasted
money and unnecessary main-
tenance.
Just as important as the type
of fertilizer that we use is how
we use it; too much fertilizer is
too much fertilizer regardless
of the nutrient source.
Excessive applications of fer-
tilizers (whether quick-release
or slow-release) are more like-
ly to leach into our water sup-
ply or be carried into water
bodies by stormwater or irriga-
tion.
When applying fertilizer (as
with pesticides), the label is the
law. Choose a fertilizer that is
appropriate to the plant (turf,
palm, acid-loving, etc.) and
only apply the specified
amount. Excessive fertilization
wastes money, requires more
mowing and pruning, and can
make plants vulnerable to dis-
eases because tender growth is
more appealing to pests and
diseases.
When applied appropriately,
using a fertilizer with at least
30 percent of the Nitrogen in
slow-release form can reduce
the potential for nutrient
leaching. Additionally, it is rec-
ommended that soil be tested
for Phosphorus levels; this can
be done by picking up a
University of Florida soil test
kit at the Citrus County
Extension Office. Because
some of Florida's soils are nat-
urally high in Phosphorous, it
may be unnecessary to apply a
fertilizer containing
Phosphorous.
By surrounding all water
bodies with a ten to thirty foot
maintenance-free "Ring of
Responsibility,", potential pol-
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Gall of cuckoo stands test of time


MATTHEW BECK/Chronice
Earl Yates wears special magnifying glasses to give him a close-up view of the inner workings of a cuckoo clock. He has a clock repair workshop in his Inverness home.


Fans of special timepieces have loved hearing fom the little boxed birds since the 1600s


NANCY KENNEDY
nkennedy@
chronicleonlione.com
Chronicle
Having a bird tell
time might be a
cuckoo idea to
some, but others
like the sound
and motion of a little bird pop-
ping out of a tiny door and mak-
ing its bird call, once for every
hour.
Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Cuckoo!
Yankeetown clock aficiona-
do Howard Fox said he's one of


those who is cuckoo for cuckoo
clocks.
"Most cuckoo clocks are
made in Germany, and the best
cuckoo clocks come from the
Black Forest," he said. "They
make the movements out of
good brass, which is important
They've been making them for
so many years that they're
entirely dependable."
According to cuckoo clock
history, the earliest of these
clocks were built around the
middle 1600s. In 1669,
Domenico Martinelli wrote a
handbook on elementary


clocks, in, which he suggested
using the call of the cuckoo to
indicate hours, with the sound
being created by two organ
pipes.
It wasn't until the mid-1700s
that clock makers in the Black
Forest started making them.
Most cuckoo clocks look like
a wooden chalet with an A-
frame roof. Some have simple
to elaborate figures and sce-
narios, such as lumberjacks
sawing a log or chopping wood,
couples dancing, a water wheel
turning.
Some have music boxes


inside. All have cuckoo birds
behind little doors.
When the time reaches the
hour, the door opens and the
cuckoo pops out, cuckoos, then
retreats. This is repeated once
for each hour. Simultaneously,
or after the final cuckoo, the
music plays, the couples dance,
it's jolly fun and then all is
quiet until the next hour or
half-hour.
Another cuckoo clock, called
a hunter's clock, is comprised
of game animals carved out of
wood a deer head, pheasant,
a rabbit


Cuckoo clocks work by
weights, most often in the
shape of pinecones, attached to
chains that hang below the
clock The weights drop either
once a day or once a week
If the clock has three
weights, the first weight, along
with a pendulum, keeps the
time. The second weight con-
trols the cuckoo and its move-
ments and the third weight
controls the music.
To set the clock in motion,
push the pendulum and pull
Please see CUCKOO/Page 21E


26e


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:... 0,SUNiDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2007 21E


CUCKOO
Continued from Page 20E

each chain so the weights trav-
el up to the bottom of the clock
As time progresses, the weights
fall toward the floor. On a one-
day clock (sometimes confus-
ingIS called a 30-hour clock),
the chain needs to be pulled
daily. On a weekly clock (.also
called ahf eight-day clock),
chains are pulled weekly.
No batteries, no electronics,
no plugs or wall outlets need-
ed.
Still, sometimes even the
best cuckoos go bad.
Sometimes they need to be
cleaned and adjusted, said
Earl Yates, who has been work-
ing on clocks for the past 46
years. He has a clock repair


workshop in his Inverness
home.
He said he enjoys working
on cuckoo clocks because
they're easy to work on and
interesting in their designs.
Yateksaid if a cuckoo clock -
doesn't keep time, first make
sure that the weights: are
pulled. Next, check theju..-
lum. If the clock is running too
fast,'Cove the oak leaf or deco-
rative piece that's on the pen-
dulum down. If the clock runs
too fast, move it up.
"If you're out for a few days
and you come h6me and your
one-day clock isn't working, all
you have to do to get it going is
pull the weights, set the pend u-
lum and move the clock's
minute hand with your finger."
Yates said.

Please see CUCKOO/Page 22E


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CUCKOO
Continued from Page 21E,

It only takes a tap of the fin-
ger to get the pendulum mov-
ing.
Yates also cautioned against
turning the minute hand coun-
terclockwise. During the
Daylight-saving time switch,
Yates said to "spring forward"
just move the minute hand
with your finger. To "fall back,"
however, either stop the pen-
dulum for an hour or turn the
minute hand 11 times around
the clock
Yates said battery-powered
cuckoo clocks have been on the
market in recent years, which
appeals to older people who
want their cuckoos with mini-
mal care. However, these
clocks do not have genuine
cuckoo bellows operated by a
wire in the back, but is actually
a recording of a cuckoo bird.
Battery-powered cuckoo


CUCKOO 411.
Never pull a cuckoo
clock's chains while the
clock is cuckooing or
playing music.
Pull the chains before the
weights reach the floor.
For best results, pull the
chains at the same time
every day (or week).
Only move the minute
hand, never the hour
hand. Always turn the
hand clockwise.
a Never turn the hand
without the clock running.
If clock does not run:
Make sure weights are up.
Make sure clock is ticking
evenly. It not, move the
bottom of the clock to the
right or left until ticking is
even.
cI cLIcko d.oo'r does not
close:
Look inside the back of
the clock and make sure
the wire that lifts the
cuckoo bird's tail is under
the tail, not above it.
(Information is from
allclocksonline.com')
A local chapter of the
Watch and Clock
Collectors Association
meets from 8 a.m. to
noon the last Sunday of
the month at the Holder
community center on U.S.
41 in Holder.


A cuckoo clock crafted in the
shape of a chalet is the most
popular style for this kind of
clock.

MATTHEW BECK/Chronicle
clocks have a light sensor,
which means no birdcalls at 3
a.m. when it's dark in the
house.
However, most traditional
cuckoo clocks have a handle to
silence the bird, located at
either the bottom of the clock
or the side.
"Most cuckoo clocks will run
for 15 to 20 years without atten-
tion," Fox said.


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FRIENDLY
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are related to disease, pests or
site conditions (such as too
much shade). Choosing plants
that are suited to your site con-
ditions is the most important
part of overall plant health.
For more information on
appropriate fertilization and
other topics such as horticul-
ture, family life and consumer


SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2007 23E


choices, agriculture, communi-
ty development, the environ-
ment and 4-H youth develop-.
ment, call the Citrus County
UF/IFAS Extension at 527-5700
or visit www.solutionsfory-
ourlife.com.
The Citrus County Extension
is offering for sale "Simply
Florida: A Taste of Flavors
from the Sunshine State," a
cookbook filled with 214
recipes that use Florida agri-
cultural products.
The cookbook can be pur-


chased f9r $25.00 at 3650.West
Sovereign Path, Suite ',:J-
Lecanto, FL 34461.
For an additional $5.00, the
cookbook can be mailed, and
includes a personalized gift
tag. -
Proceeds benefit the Florida
Extension Association of
Family and Consumer
Sciences.
Citrus County Extension con-
nects the public with the
University of Florida/IFAS's
knowledge, research, and


resources to address youth.
faimilOmmfinunity, and agricul-
tural needs.
Programs -and acti ities
offered by the. Extension
Service are availabd eall per-
sons without regard to race,
color: handicap, sex. religion.
or national origin.
For persons with disabilities
requiring special accommoda-
tions. please contact ouLr office
at least five working days prior
to the program so that proper
consideration niay be given to


the request.
Please call 726-2141. For the
hearing impaired, contat the
Florida Relay Center Service
at (800) 955-8771.


Audrey Durr is the Florida
Yards & Neighborhoods Agent
for the Citrus County UF/IFAS
Extension Office; she
specializes in public educa-
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Scrn End., Fireplace,
Bulft-In Big Screen TV.
Must See! 352-746-5918




12x46, 2/1, roof over,
carport, W&D, Partly
turn., screen rm., $12K
obo Leeson's Lake
Shore 55+ Park. Cell,
(719) 963-6832
2/2 MH in park
End. vinyl scrn. room,
deck on rear, 2 sheds,
some turn, $20,000.
(352) 465-5408
2/2, DW, Homosassa



$25,000
(352) 628-2681
3/2 in 55+ Park
Lecanto Hills, Crprt, 14 X
66, CHA, Fl. Rm. Scrnd
prch, until. rm. Very nice!
Must Seel $23,500
(352)637-4205
55+ PARK INVERNESS
2/1i 2, 14'W, vinyl screen
rm. Overroof, furnished.
New C/H/A, stove,
refrig. W&D, $25,000
(352) 637-6437
Active 55+ Park,
Pool, clubhouse. Well
maintained, 3/2 1500 sf,
+ screen porch,
overlooking Pond Lot.
Many upgrades. Lots of
Storage, Immediate
Occupancy $79,000.
(352) 628-9875
Awesome Deal 2+2+2
Furnished, spacious,
quiet, low rent space,
deck, shed, too much
to list. 12 x30 add on rm,
$13,500.(352) 795-2894
Big Pine Acres,SW 14 X
56', 2/1.5, LR, dinette,
kitchen, Fl Rm, shed
Fully furnished. Lot 20
$26,000.(352) 527-4299
Crystal River Village
2003 24' x 40' 2/2
carport, porch, up-
grades, $60,000. (352)
697-0295/ 634-4921
New 2006 Fleetwood
2BR/1-/2BA total elec.
Inverness Park, $29,900
352-344-1002 302-2824


Man. Home Reduced
2/2, W/D, shed, secm.
carport, sat dish 55+
Sclbhs & pool $40,000.
(352) 795-1744
FOR SALE BY OWNER
LAS BRISAS 55+ Park,
own your land Dbl.
Wide, 2BR, 2BTH, Lg. Uv.
Rm./DIn Rm. Combo,
Eat in Kit., 12x 28 Florida
Rm, MUST SEE 12x12
Scrn. rm., shed, Lots of
Extras (352) 860-1815
FOR THE $ of USED CAR!
SW, 2/1.5, F. Rm. in 55+
.Park. Hndcppd access.
Nwly remod., Furnished
2 sheds, comer lot.
$15K(352) 794-4136
Fully furnished 2/2
Doublewide in Sr. Park,
screen porch, shed,
utility rm. complete
with washer & dryer.
Open house Fri. Sat
& Sun Noon-5pmn
Oak Pond, 1354 S.
Purple Martin Ter..
Inverness $38,000
(352) 344-1797
Only $11,895 14x60
2/1, Close to stores in
Inverness. 55+ Park,
shed (813) 971-6552

WALDEN WOODS
55+ Community
Roomy '92 Jacobsen
2/2 w/scrn lanai. All
appli's, some furnishings
Priced right at $45,000
This is a MUST SEE!
Call Kathy
352-228-7991
WALDEN WOODS
Gated Ret. Comm.
2003, 28 x 66, 3/2,
1750 sq. ft., upgrades,
corner lot., Ig. Carport,
9x 14, storage shed,
raised glass porch
$112,000. (352)382-0770
(352) 382-4274


acre, many upgrades, RENTALS
ood cond. $59,900 or
$625 mo (352) 344-1444 BeeryHills, ................ ts/mo.
1z ,Beverly Hls,215 ........6.25imo.
Homosassa,Duplex,2Sil.....S525rmo.

2 HOUSES ZONED Homoassa,2/2,SWM, H..S550,to.
COMMERCIAL on 486 Homosassa.22,D/WMf .5600/mo.
Close to Citrus Hills A +
visibility (352) 344-1888 SspnailWoods,32/2......
SSugarmil Woods,,/ 2 ...$1Dimo.

l Alexander
Real Estate
S. f 795-6633


Fairview Estates -
Citrus Hills
312/2 pool home -
N. Mayan Dr..... $1100
Beverly Hills -
Oakwood Village
312/2 lyr new -
W. Colbert Ln .... $875
Citrus Springs
3/212 New in '06 W
Jocelyhne St. .....$900
312/2 New in '06 -
N. Trigger Ter.....$875
3/2/2 New in '06 -N. G.
Martinelli Blvd.....$900
3/2/2 New 12/06 -
W. Edison PI. .....$900
Lecanto
2/2 duplex unit N.
Commerce Ter....$600
Clearview Estates
3/2/2 -pool home.
Available 3/1.....$1400
Includes pool care
N. Hambletonian Dr.
Inverness
2/2 w/bonus room -
mobile home .......$575
F orP


2/1 Scrn rm, $600
S Ila Chassahowitzka Realty
(352) 382-1000
3 LOTS Adjoining, 50' W,
140' D, Each, Zoned for
Mobile Home, Impact irtI1)|2
Fees Pd. $23,900. For All (L""
352)220-6269 word irs.


Over 3,000 Evt'r, i)o'.
Homes and
Properties
listed at r(' i '"
www.naturecoast "y
homefront.com 11, IHI, ,.


CRYSTAL RIVER
2/2/2 waterfront.............. $1300
INVERNESS
3/2/2 New!.......... ......... $850
3/2/2 ........................ 1 .......... $850
3/2/2 ................................... $825
2/2/2.........................$775
BEVERLY HILLS
2/2/2..................................$800
2/2/1............................... $700
2 /, .................................. $700
2/1/1..................................$575
CITRUS HILLS
3/2/2........... ................ $1050
2/2/1CP condo fum.........$950
TERRA VISTA
3/2/2............................. $1400
3/2/2 New ................$900
BRENTWOOD
2/2.5i I.............:....$890-$1000
2/2/2+den, maint. free.....$900
2/2/2 + den ........... $850
CANTERBURY LAKES
3/2/2.................................. $900
CITRUS SPRINGS
3/2/2 Pool ......... ......... $1200
3/2/2 Pool............... $1100
3/2/2 New.......................... $875





SUGARMILL WOODS
4/2/2............................$1050
4/2/ 2 111.............................$..... 00
3/2/2 New ......................... $900 i



2/1 Duplex...................$075
PINE RIDGE
3/2/2 Pool ........................ $1090




2 uple ......600-1200.. $600
COMER CIAL
CRYSTAL RIVER
600-1200
$10 Sq. Ft Tax& Cam
BEVERLY HILLS
1250 sq. ft. $1350
Sq. Ft. + Tax & Camn

JENNIFER FOREMAN Realtor'
ALEX GRIFFIN Realtor'
790,;


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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2007 25E


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


RENTALS
PINE RIDGE
BEVERLY HILLS
2725 W. Pine Ridge Blvd.
3/2/2, pool $1200
CITRUS SPRINGS
9018 Travis ODrive
3/2/2 Screened lanai $1050
BEVERLY HILLS
505 California St.
2/2/1 Screened patio $700
218 S. Lincoln Ave.
2/1/1 Family room, screened
room $700
212 S. Jackson St.
2/1 w/Florda room $675
2/1/1 Family room $650





CRYSTALRIVER
3/2/1 ke new .............................. $850
BEVERLY HILLS
3/2 House.................................. $750
HOMOSASSA .
Mm fireplace........................ $950
WATERFRONT
3/2 Pool, Crystal River .........$1800
2/2 Condo, The Islands .............. $900
INVERNESS
2/1 ........... .................................$500
4/2 New house ...................... $1200
PINE RIDGE
Pool home .......... ..................... $1600
CITRUS SPRINGS
4/3/3 New .......................... .... $1400

Call today we will fax or email full list
of furnished & unfurnished rentals


Marie E. Hager
3279 S. Suncoast Bl., Hwmsa, FL
(352) 621-47801
1-800-795-6855 ,
| Rentals linrlonllne.net



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Property
Management &
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Group, Inc.
Licensed R.E. Broker
> Property & Comm.
Assoc. Mgmt. is our
only Business
> Res.& Vac,
Rental Specialists
> Condo & Home
owner Assoc. Mgmt.
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LCAM, Realtor
352-628-5600
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CRYSTAL RIVER
Newly Renovated
1 bedrm efficiencies w/
fully equip kitchens.
No contracts
necessary. Next to
park/ Kings Bay
Starting @ $35 a day
(includes all utilities
& Full Service
Housekeeping)
(352) 586-1813
FLORAL CITY
Lakefront 1BR, Wkly/Mo
No Pets. (352) 344-1025
INVERNESS
1 BR Completely furn.,
clean, no smoking/pets
Carport, util.& cable TV
furn., Retiree welcome,
$560 + sec. 726-6351




3/2/2 Rent to Own,
Brand New Homel
Low down. $995./mo
Move in ready!
(407) 227-2821
Crystal Palms Apts.
I & 2 Bdrm Easy Terms.
Crystal River. 634-0882
CRYSTAL RIVER
2/1, Move In Special
No Pets (352) 263-6321
HOMOSASSA
2/2 Clean, spacious.
$550 Scrnd prch. No
pets. (352) 563-2114


INVERNESS
1/1 & 2/1 Clean, quiet
area $400-$500+ 1st,
last, sec. 352-464-4211
INVERNESS 2/1
W/D, quiet, no smoking
/pets. $575/mo. 1st/last/
sec. (352) 212-4661
**APTS 4 RENT **
$575 Inverness 2/1
+ $863 sec.
$775 Royal Oaks 2/2
+ $1163 sec.
$875 Citrus Hills 2/2
Grn Briar +$1325 sec.
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Yomo! s/z foreclosure!
4% down 30yrs at
8%apr. For listings call
800-366-9783 Ext 5714
Crystal Palms Apts.
1 & 2 Bdrm Easy Terms.
Crystal River. 634-0882
INVERNESS 1/1
Cute & clean, spacious
C/H/A, country setting,
Nice $595 352-726-1909




BEVERLY HILLS, Been
turned down? Do you
have cash, a good
job & want to be a
homeowner? We
have many properties
available for lease
option, and we have
the people who can
help you fix your *
credit. Please call
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J.W. MOR N REAL ESTATE, INC.
Property Management
1645 W. Main Street Inverness, FL 34450
(352) 726-9010
THIS WEEK'S FEATURED RENTALS
INVERNESS
1 bedroom, 1 both newly painted, new carpet ............................................... $450
2 bedroom, 1 bath apartments conveniently located in town...........................$550
Newly painted condo and new tile throughout,
2 bedrooms, 2 baths, access to community pool................. ...........$700
2 bedroom, 2 bath villa.........nice community............................. $700
INVERNESS HOME
Newly painted 2 bedroom, 1 bath home, nice back yard............................... $600
Very nice 2 bedroom, 1 bath home, w/d, roomy garage............................... $675
Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage home wit hot tub,
lawn care and garbage pick up included ......................... $950
Like new 2 bedroom, 2 bath home located in the
W Highlands. Possible lease with option....................... ..................... $750
Roomy 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage home with a great
family room, sits on an oversized corner lot............. ........................... $800
FAIRVIEW ESTATES
This pool home has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths & a 2 CG, nice neighborhood............ .....$1200
BEVERLY HILLS
This home offers 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, indoor laundry
as well as a family room in a very nice neighborhood..............................$750
HERNANDO
55 and over, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage, tennis courts, boat
docks, lake access, clubhouse, 2 available................... $1000 to $1 100
WE STILL HAVE FURNISHED SEASONAL UNITS AVAILABLE
FROM $1300 TO $2500
COMMERCIAL
2 commercial units available in the Times Square Shopping Plaza. Each unit is 800 sq.
ft. Each unit rents for $700 plus tax per month.
STORAGE UNITS
10x20 $50 security deposit. $69.90 per mo. Includes tax
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607 US 41 South
1 mi. So. of Courthouse
(352) 726-9478
2700+ sq ft Bldg.
Med/Prof/Retail Pine
Ridge. Your floor plan.
(352) 527-9013
BEV. HILLS PLAZA
491, Approx. 930 sq. ft.
$203 wkly 352-795-7203
HOMOSASSA
Indust. Bldg Loc.
Rooks Industrial Prk.
972 sf., water, sewer,
1/2 ba, AC, Ig. bay
door. $650/mo + elec.
352.382.2700.302.3574
Industrial Bldg. for Lease
off Rt. 41 Near
Citrus Hills & Pine Ridge
1250 Sf., to 5000 sf
Large Bay Doors
$775. to $3,000. mo + tx.
(352) 726-5832
INVERNESS
For lease 8,000 sq.ft. in
the heart of downtown
Inverness. 210 Tompkins
St. 1-(727) 452-8864
INVERNESS Prof. Off.
Approx. 1800 sf., Could
accom. 1-2 physicians.
Has 4-5 exam rms.,
3 BA, comp. kitch.,
Comp. furn. $2,600/mo
352-637-1001
Lecanto Tree Tops
Plaza, 1661W. Hwy 44
Retail-Office-Storage
1,000-1125 sq. ft. store
front/warehouse $800.
mo. (954) 609-2780


Office For Rent, Hwy 19
Crys. Riv., Use of Lobby
& Conf. Rm. $450. mo.
(352) 586-0417




CITRUS HILLS 2/2
Fully furn. Avail 2/1 ON.
Seasonal or Long Term
352-527-8002/476-4242
Citrus Hills 2/2
Greenbriar, Unfurn, has
W/D. amenities, no pets
$750mo (352) 527-0593
CITRUS HILLS
2/2.5 Townhouse, fully
turn., W/D, 2 lanais,
comm. pool, great
cable pkg. $1,000 mo
(352) 422-5819
CRYSTAL RIVER
2BR, 2BA, Pool, $675.
mo. (352) 795-4920
HOMOSASSA
2/2, V2 mi. from town,
pool, W/D. scrn patio,
FP. Ist/sec.
Eves 628-1158
Homosassa
Riverfront, 2/2/1, Dock
& Pool, wood Fl. H20
Incl. $900. mo./ $900.
sec. (407) 415-0622
INVERNESS 2/2
Regency Park, Unf. new
carpet, paint, stove
No smoke/ pets $700.
mo. 1st, last, $300 sec.
352-302-8231
TERRA VISTA 2/2/2
Near new Villa; outside
maintained. Social
memb. Incl. Unfurn.
$1,200 + st/sec. Avail.
3/1 (352) 270-3231
TERRA VISTA
3/2 Brand New Villa;
outside maintained.
Social membership nl.
Unfurn. $1,200 + st/sec.
(617) 592-4228




CITRUS SPRINGS
New 2/2/1, w/ W/D
$650. mo. 352-746-7990
CRYSTAL RIVER
2/1, Rennov. Both sides
avail, N. Kopeland Pk.
$400mo. until. Ist & sec
No pets, (352) 795-2204
CRYSTAL RIVER
Immaculate 2/1. W/D
hookup. Water & trash
incl. $600/mo.
No pets (352) 228-0525
CRYSTAL RIVER
Nice 2/1,$550mo., 1st, &
sec. (352) 464-3522
INVER/HOMO/CR
1/1 DPX INVER 550mo
2/1 DPX HOMO 650mo
2/2 CONDO CR 700mo
352-586-9696
INVERNESS 1/1
Cute & clean, spacious
C/H/A, country setting,
Nice $595 352-726-1909


INVERNESS
New 2/2/1 Duplexes
Very Quiet! $750
(352) 527-9733
LECANTO
New duplex, 2/2, Ig
yard, $625/mo. No pets
(352) 637-0848
LECANTO
New, 2/2. W/D hookup.
No pets, $675. mo.
(352) 228-0525




CRYSTALRIVER
LANDINGS.COM
8 BR Suites
(352)795-1795
HOMOSASSA
40' 5th whl. cbl. elec.
wtr, $525 352-382-4429




$194/m 4/2 Foreclosure
4% down 30yrs at
8%apr. For listings call
800-366-9783 Ext 5711
3/2 $130/mo HUD Home
4% down 30yrs at
8%apr. For listings call
800-366-9783 Ext 5704
3/2/2 Rent to Own,
Brand New Homel
Low down. $995./mo
Move in ready!
(407) 227-2821

RENTALS
AVAILABLE
Furnished and
unfurnished


OEM
ERA

AMERICAN
REALTY & INVESTMENTS
4511 N. Lecanto Hwy.
Beverly Hills, FL 34465
352-746-6008
www.buyERA.com

CRYSTAL RIVER
1/1,Res. or Comm
Furn or Unfurn
$600-$800.
352-634-0129
Broker/Owner

If you can rent You
Can Own Let us
show you how. Self-
employed, all credit
Issues, bankruptcy OK
Associated Mortgage
352-344-0571
www.amnamortgage.
com
INVERNESS 2/1
Crprt. Carpet, very
clean, new paint, Pets
ok $7501st, las, sec ne-
gotiable. 561-632-3372
INVERNESS HOMES
.2/2 Waterfront
Mobile
CITRUS HILLS
*Furn Townhouse
*2/2/2 Canterbury
*Pristin 3/2/2
*RENTS NEGOTIABLE
Great American
Realty (352) 637-3800
NEW 2/2/2 SMW
FROM $850/mo (352)
382-4044/592-9811 m
SEVERAL HOMES AVAIL
From $500-$950/mo
Move in now!
352-601-4582
SMW New 2/2/2
Appl, W/D $900 (352)
678-2744/617-201-3521


INVERNESS 2/2/1
Clean! $795/mo.
(352) 637-0765
SUGARMILL WOODS
2/2/2 +Lanal, cul de
sac. furn. 1600 sq.ft.
$1,000mo Owner/agent
Seasonal or Annual
(727) 804-9772




$$$$$$$$$$$
Need Help buying a
Home? I Can Help!
Creative Financing.
0 Down Plans/
Bad Credit Programs
Avail. (352) 613-3391
$95mol 3/2 Foreclosure!
4% down 30yrs at
8%apr. For listings call
800-366-9783 Ext 5705
Available Homosossa
$750 3/2/2 New Homes
$975 4/2/2 New Home
River Links Realty
628-1616/800-488-5184
BEVERLY HILLS
2/1/1, Appl's, Cen. Air,
Vs OFF 1st mo. Rent Call
Kathy 1-800-749-7653
BEVERLY HILLS 2/2
Fncd yrd. Spotless! Sm.
pet okay. Ref. ck'd.
$650/mo. + $650 sec.
352-489-3584
BEVERLY HILLS
22 N. Wadsworth Ave.
3/1/crprt, tile, Ig. inside
util., shed. $700 + Sec.
Anne (727) 463-1804
BEVERLY HILLS
319S. TYer
2/2/1, Remodeled
w/eat in kit., LR, DR, FI
Rm, lanai, great area!
Lg. Deck, SS new appl,
W/D, incl. yard maint.
$850/mo. 352-564-0040
(800) 886-6446
BEVERLY HILLS
5 N DeSoto 3/1,New
appliances, $800 mo,
1st, last & Sec.
352-476-5235
BEVERLY HILLS
LAUREL RIDGE
Golf Cause, Caged
pool, 3/2/2+, LR, DR. Eat
in kitch, lanal, util. room.
Lawn, pool, & clubhs.
incl. $1,500/mo.
lst/last/sec.
Karis (352) 613-4064
BEVERLY HILLS
Modern 2/2/2 +sunrm
$850/mo Inc. lawncare
www.kevstoneoropertv
rentals.com
(508) 763-9061
CITRS SPRGS
2/2/2
W/pool, $850/mo. Isf/
lost/sec352-746-2957

CITRUS HILLS
3/2/2 w/pool. Pets OK
$1,250mo 352-860-1245


WMLRental
c= Houses


1 and 2 Bedroom

Unfurnished Apartments

'Call Monday Through Friday
8:00am 5:00pm

(352) 489-10211


CITRUS HILLS
Unfurnished Homes &
Furnished Condos
www.areenbrioar
rental.com
Greenbrlar Rentals, Inc.
(352) 746-5921
CITRUS SPRINGS
2050 Howard Place
2/1.5, W/D, $700.
1st, last & Sec.
352-476-5235
Citrus Springs 3/2/2
NEW Furn $1200/mo or
Unfurn.$1000/mo 1st,
last sec. (352) 560-0229
CITRUS SPRINGS
OPPORTUNITY TO OWN
YOUR OWN HOME!
Lease Option Purchase.
FIRST MONTH FREE!!
$3K dwn, $1,050/mo
Great Rebate!
New home! 3/2.5/2
tile throughout,
6755 N. Elkcam Blvd.
$500 sec. 352-302-2675
Clean 2/1/1, Fl Rm, '06
roof, CHA, Sale-$119K
Rent-$725/mo. Tom,
Ownr/Agent 425-4522
CR/Hom 3/2 $765;
2/2. $715; 2/1, $460
all CH/A 212-2051
CRYSTAL RIVER
4BR 2B 2CG 4 rent. 1K
month, 1st and last
month plus security.
Will consider rent to
own. 352 572 0186
CRYSTAL RIVER
Newer home, lease or
lease option, 3/1,
Y2-acre, fenced, CH/A
$800 mo (352) 423-0973
DUNNELLON 3/2/2
Rainbow Springs
Woodlands, $950
239-564-3276
352-522-0134
Dunnellon LS/OPT.
Ellsworth Terrace 3/2/1
CHA, 1440 sq. ft. fenced
back yard; deeded lot
to River. Low down
Dunnellon$895 per mo.
Other homes available.
(352) 357-1916
Dunnellon LS/OPT.
Goldie Point3/1 CHA,
1255 sq. ft. on 1/3 ac.
Lots of trees! Low down
$795 per month
Other homes available.
(352) 357-1916
DUNNELLON
Rainbow Lks. Est. Pines.
Cath. ceilings, Fl. Rm.
Lg. Lot! Avail. Imm. $795
352-527-3953/427-7644
DUNNELLON
Rent or Rent to Own
Rainbow Springs
Country Club. Large
open, split, 2/2/2, stone
fireplace, .43 ac. treed
lot across from golf
course. Spotless!
352-527-3953/427-7644
FLORAL CITY
Waterfront, 2/1, Ig. scrn
rm., front porch, 1st, 1st
sec. no pets/smoking
$600. mo. 352-754-9349
GOSPEL ISLAND
Waterfront, Very clean
2/1 No smoke/pets. 1st,
Ist, sec. $750. 344-4811
agent/owned
Homosassa Srgs.
3/2. on 1 Acre, Lucky
Hills area, C/A, W/D,
deck, shed, $800/mo.
(954) 294-0531
HOMOSASSA 2/2
Ready Feb. 1. $750.00,
1st/last & sec. Ref. req.
Call 352-220-6617

INVERNESS 2/1
Immaculate, New
Paint, Tile lst/Lst/Sec
$600 (352)601-3743







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Homosdssa Springs
3/1.5/1 new carpet,
laminate floors, W/D,
kid friendly neighbor-
hood, off Cardinal.
No smoking/No pets
$875/mo. + Security.
(352) 628-0731
If you can rent You
Can Own Let us
show you how. Self-
employed, all credit
Issues, bankruptcy OK
Associated Mortgage
352-344-0571
www.amnamortgage.
com

If you can rent You
Can Own Let us
show you how, Self-
employed, all credit
Issues, bankruptcy OK
Associated Mortgage
www.amnamortgage.
comr
INVERNESS
2/1, Highlands, 1 block
from hosp./school. New
tile, paint, both. FL rm.
No yard work, $700 mo
(352) 560-4253
INVERNESS
2/1/1 $750 mo.,
1st, last & sec.
(352) 746-9436
INVERNESS
2/1/1, nice yard., $625/
mo., Water pd. 2014 A
Milton (321) 412-2469
INVERNESS 2/2/1
Clean! $795/mo.
(352) 637-0765
INVERNESS
2/2/1 Highlands West
$700/mo (352) 212-5812
INVERNESS
3 Gospel Is. homes.
(2) 4/2, (1) 3/2. All
wtrfrnt acc. to Chain of
Lakes. $1,000-$1,200
Section 8 Welcome.
Victor (954) 663-0405
INVERNESS 3/2/1
Rent to Own, Rent
$900/mo 1st. last sec.
dep. (352) 527-4943
INVERNESS
3/2/2 fncd yrd, 1650 sf,
Renovated! $950/mo
(407) 375-6187
INVERNESS
3/2/2, all appl.'s. scrn.
back porch, garbage
pickup $825. mo. 1 yr.
lease, 1st,, lastS250. sec.
$25 Non Refundable
apple. ee.
(352) 344-1929
INVERNESS
3/2/2, Highlands Call for
appt. (786) 423-0478
or (352) 637-1142
INVERNESS
Nice 3/1 on /V2ac. New
appliances,
$875 + 1st, last & sec,
1011 S Arlene Ave
352-476-5235


I R H


MEADOWCREST
2/2/1
$800.00mo
Please Call:
(352) 341-3330
For more Info. or
visit the web at:
citrusvillages
rent.all.om
Pine Ridge 3/2/2 Scrn.
pool, nice & clean.
$1190/mo. Remax
Realty One. Alex or
Jennifer (352) 527-7842
Rent2Own. New Homes
Move in NOW. Flexible
Terms.,Low down Pmnt.
Several Locations Avail.
www.L2PFlorida.com
Martin (352) 895-2231
SUGARMILL
WOODS
Beautiful, brand NEW
4/2/2, huge lot window
treatments, lawn serv-
ice $1150/mo-
786-402-9748





3/2/2 HERNANDO
No pets/smoking,
$1200/mo.
Parsley Real Estate Inc.
(352) 220-4355
CRYSTAL RIVER 3/2/2
w/boat lift $1800/mo
1st & Sec Avail. 4/1/07
(352) 563-0970
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/2/2.5 $1,200/mo.
1st & sec; Lease Pets ?
(352) 795-0207
HOMOSASSA
2 BD, 2 BA, Stilt House
on Homosassa River.
C/H/A, boat dock.
813-299-8142, 477-2836
Hwy 200 Co. Line
3/2 DW & 2/2 DW Each
$800/mo.(352)344-5234
LAKE ROUSSEAU
Furnished Cabin
For Rent (352) 795-2348




1-3 STUNNING NEW CIT.
SPRGS HOMES FOR RENT
or LEASE OPTION Poss,
4 BR/den, 2,458sf. $900/
mo & UP. 352-854-7170
BIG HENDERSON LK
Great view. Dock 3/2/1,
$950/mo 786-247-3264
Buy/Rent to Own in B.
Hills, 2/1, or 2/2, Several
To Choose, Starting at
$94,900.(352) 489-8124


Rent or Rent to Own
$750/mo. 352-684-5948
or (989) 666-1800
CRYSTAL RIVER
4BR 2B 2CG New Appli-
ances CAC $183K Will
consider rent to own
352 572 0186
RENT/LEASE/OWN
Citrus, Marion, &
Hernando Counties.
Deborah Dawson,
KWCornerstone Realty
(352) 362-5583




CRYSTAL RIVER
1/1, nice & clean
$150/mo. + 1/2 until.
352-563-2558/586-3214
HOMOSASSA
Clean, priv., extrs, $100
wk, Cell (732) 829-4128
LECANTO
Includes ALLU. Util. $350.
mo. (352) 464-2795
HOMOSASSA
Furn Rm, Color TV, Lrg
yard$90wk352628-5244




AVAIL FEB. & MAR.
HOMOSASSA 2 Bdrm.
turn. home. $1050. Call
River Links Realty
628-1616/800-488-5184
Chassahowitzka
Fully turn. w/boat slip
$1100/mo. Owner
agent. 352-382-1000




Mobile/Sm. Hs.wanted
to rent. Relocating to Fl.
1 or 2bdm. Ref. & cred.
Info. No smk/pets. $350
-$400mo. 631-909-2807
RENTAL HOMES NEEDED
Citrus Cty. Realty Serv.
(352) 726-5050







ByOwnerCitrus.Cornm
Sell Your Home
Pay NO Commission!

795-1555
697899
3/2 Wtrff DW, $10,000
down, seller financing
Chassahowitzka Realty
(352) 382-1000


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ALAN NUSSO
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INVESTORS
BUYERS AGENT
BUSINESS BROKER
(352) 422-6956
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ESTATE AUCTION
2/1.5 Citrus Springs
www.Reliance-RE.com
Reliance Realty
(352) 726-7533

ESTATE AUCTION
2/1.5 Citrus Springs
www.Reirance-RE.com
Reliance Realty
(352) 726-7533





FEB. 3 & 4, 10 -4pm
3/2/2, w/ scmrn. Pool, LR,
DR, FR, incl, All Appl's,
All tiles & Hardwood FIs.
2 Bdrms. w/ new carpet
CRYSTAL OAKS
409 N Turkey Pine Lp
$254,900. (352)270- 1836

*OPEN HOUSE.

4 s464,900 +
This weekend only!
Custom 3/2 w/1,248
sf. garage for car,
RV/Boat on 2.5 lush
landscaped ac. w/5
acres Spring fed lake.
4955 Ralnbriar Path
Crystal River
EXIT Real. Equest. Hills
,Fred(352)484-5026",






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Home? I Can Helpl
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FLORAL CITY 4,000 SF
New, insul. metal, on 1
ac. Comm. + Office
$390K Terri Hartman
CROSSLAND Realty
(352)726-6644


Prime US19 Acreagel
Mini Storage w/3 acre
US19 btwn Homossassa
& Cryst. Rvr. $42K
Grs. Inc/yr. Apprvd
Plans/Permit/Eng doc
For 100 addl units +
Strip Cntr facing 19
$1.2M 352-397-8818




APTS. FOR SALE 18 UNITS
2/1, Crystal River,
$945,000. Will divide.
By Owner 352-634-4076
INVERNESS TRI-PLEX
I/I FSBO 225K
NEW Roof, NEW H/AC
Zoned Res & biz
352-586-7944
Owner/Agent
WOULD YOU LIKE +
TO GET CASH *
FOR YOUR NOTE? *
(352) 228-7823 +




1-3 STUNNING NEW CIT.
SPRGS HOMES FOR RENT
or LEASE OPTION Poss.
4 BR/den, 2A58st. $900/
mo & UP. 352-854-7170
3/2/1, 1346 sf. GEMI
Great Conditioni
Movtivated! $159,900
Fresh Paint, Fr. drs, patio
Bonnie Dennison, EXIT
Realty (352)527-1112
3/2/2 Built 2006, Tiled
floors, all apple fncd,
wood cabs. & more.
100% Financing Poss.
$179,900 (352) 746-6161
3/2/2 Rent to Own,
Brand New Home!
Low down. $995./mo
Move In ready
(407) 227-2821
3/2/2, Unique, 2001,
2 Firs,, 2,700. sq. ft., FP, 2
LIv. Rms., Din. Rm. eat in
kit, all wood cabinets,
ceil. fans, $250.000. +
closing (352) 465-8429


Citrus Springs
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s169,9OO
REDUCED FOR QUICK SAM
U.S. 41 3.5 mi. N of SR 491
from main entrance fountain
W. on Citrus Spgs. Blvd., left @
Elkcam. stop, rt. @ Century,
left on Pickinz, rt. to 8132 N.
Maltese Dr.
www.peterpav.com
PETER PAVW
1-800-780-74091


,FATUE OF THSE


F' PISTNE LOIRDA OZLLO'.11EST


BREATHTAKING OPEN WATER VIEWS from the
deck of this immaculate 2/1 stilt nome After
a rJay of fishing return your boal to your
prr.,ate covered slip with lift Large rooms,
eat-in kitchen. $349 900 rILLS ;:311420


Brand New "Country
Style" Home for Sale
1 ac. MOL, crnr. lot.
3/2/2 2300SF. Price re-
duced from $219K to
$193K for quick sale
"NO" Real estate com-
missions "NO" impact
fees. Builder pays clos-
ing cost. Appliance
allowance, Financing
available, See at
4402 W Gallagher St.
(352) 564-8222
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Beau. 1993 Foreclosure
Resale, vaulted ceilings,
enclosed pool, new
point, carpet & appli's
1923sf 3/2/2
8090 Golfview Dr.
$199,000. 352-219-8941
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Your New Dream
Home and Adjacent
Corner Lot
10169 N. Ocean Dr.
A Ceramic Tiled 3BR
2BA, 2CG, encl. lanai
and wooden deck at
rear, many other
amenities, Owners
Motivated to sell, For
appointment to see.
CONTACT OWNERS
(352) 465-8702 HOME
(352) 598-0886 OR
598-1415 CELLULAR
Detail information:
E-mail: meet61046@
mvoacks.net Or FAX
(Call for number)

Nicole Gasiorek
-352-422-2920


Full service/MLS
Why Pay More???
No Hidden Fees
25+Yrs. Experience

$150+Million SOLD!!!
Please Call for Details
& Market Analysis

RON & KARNA NEITZ
BROKERS/REALTORS
CITRUS REALTY GROUP
(352)795-0060
REDUCED $25.000
From $189 to $164,900!
2/2/2.5, crnr lot approx.
400' from Golf Course.
Wood firs throughout.
Comp. remod. MUST
SEE! (352) 489-8796
CELL (352) 422-1159


ocAuiiruL O/1/L rLAJ.
HOME w/Priv. guest
suite. $334,900. View at
www.ByOowner.com
ad ID 20191355
352-746-6451/425-2358
BEAUTIFUL 3/3/2 POOL
HOME with a Tropical
touch! Priv. guest suite,
must see in Pine Ridge
$334,900. 352-746-6451
or cell 352-425-2358
Bright 3/2/2 Pool Home
Grt. Rm, Cath. Ceilings,
lots of closets, tile, hard-
wood, prvt., landscape
A, $325K (352) 527-2598
ELEGANT & SPACIOUS
Pool Home, 3/3/3,
w/ Office, 2800 sq. ft.
living, Former Builders
model shows beauti-
fully, Ig. master suite,
luxurious master bath,
custom oak wood
cabinets, corian
counter tops, oak
flooring, tile through-
out. oversized, lanai
w/ 15'x30' heated
pool & spillover spa,
gas FP, extras galore,
1 Acre lot w/ back
yard fenced &
lighted; ideal for
motor home' park-
ing. 2 car detached
carport in rear. Price
reduced $459,900.
352-746-4160,
746-6365, For Virtual
Tour or Appointment
FSBO NEW POOL HOME
ON HORSE TRAIL 3/2/3
Over 2,000 living, 1.2ac.
Fenced landscaped
yard, Immac. $323,000
obo. 352-422-0926
Need a mortgage
& banks won't help?
Self-employed,
all credit issues
Bankruptcy OK.
Associate Mortgage
352-344-0571
www.amnamortgage.
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LISTING
Full service/MLS
Why Pay More???
No Hidden Fees
25+Yrs. Experience

$150+Million SOLD!!!
Please Call for Details
& Market Analysis

RON& KARNA NEITZ
BROKERS/REALTORS
CITRUS REALTY GROUP
(352)795-0060




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Every Din'


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New 3 BR / 2 BA 4.8 Acres Hl
Will sell over $140,000 S s
inirnum opening bid! $75,000Suggestedopening bid!
Prop. DG-3800 10 AM E.T. Prop. DG-3810 12 PM E.T.
8716 N. Paradise Dr., 2714 N. Reston Ter.
Citrus springs, FL Hernando, FL 7

3BR / 2.5 BA New 3 BR / 2 BA
Manuf. Home in Silver Springs Shores
Will sell regardless of price! Will sell over $160,000
Prop DG-3860 2 PM E.T minimum opening bid!
7096 N. Spring Run Tar. Prop. DG-3760 5 PM E.T.
Hernandn, FL I7191 Hemloct Loop, Ocala, FL


tran;aon DRIGGERS Walt Drggers, II, Lic. Real Estate
10% Buyers Premium Broker, #AU707 & #AB1237
888.404.9977 1 www.tranzon.com


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3/3/212, Caged Pool;
FP, 2547 sq. ft. under air,
newly upgraded In and
out, Luxury kit. w/SS,
Granite & undermount
sink. ULiv., din., family,
laundry rms, & office
20" porcelain tiled living
areas, Master suite w/
jetted tub, shower, dbl.
sinks, walk-in closet.
Located on the Quarry
course- Membership
not required $399,500.
(352) 613-9931
www.barberseville.com




3949 N. Blazingstar Wy
2/2/2, Austin Model
$144,900., Corner Lot
Move-in condition,
OPEN HOUSE
This Sunday 1-4pm
(352) 746-7215
2/1/1 NEWER SECTION
Beautifully Remodeled.
new roof & AC,
Ceramic tile, perfect
lawn, fruit trees,
$118.000(352)613-0098
Buy/Rent to Own in B.
Hills, 2/1, or 2/2. Several
To Choose, Starting at
$94,900. (352) 489-8124
Clean 2/1/1, FI Rm,'06
roof. CHA, Sale-$119K
Rent-$725/mo.. Tom,
Ownr/Agent 425-4522










FOR SALE BY OWNER
96 S. Columbus
Beautiful 2/2/1, Lg.
back yard, front &
rear porch, Lg. master
bedroom. w/ walk in
shower $114,900.
(763) 482-9099
Lakeside on the Lake
w/ a large deck,
Beautiful Villa 2/2/2, + Fl.
Rm., cen. vac., 55+
comm., maint. free,
ready to move right in,
poss. trade, 0/A
$169,999. (352)726-0811
MUST SELL 2/2/1, all new
apple new ceramic tile,
New carpet in BR's, on
greenbelt 108 S.J.
Kellner Blvd.(352)
527-1509 or 422-2420


AA A.
LISTING
Full service/MLS
Why Pay More???
No Hidden Fees
25+Yrs. Experience
$150+Million SOLDII
Please Call for Details
& Market Analysis
RON & KARNA NEITZ
BROKERS/REALTORS
CITRUS REALTY GROUP
(352)795-0060





3/1/1 BLOCK HOME
Recently remodeled.
$99,900 (352)624-1987
BY OWNER 3/3/3
Corner lot Crystal Oaks,
Heated pool, many
updates Fresh Paint
MUST SEEII $299K
(352) 527-1032


Bonnie Peterson
Realtor
Your Satisfaction Is
my Future
(352) 794-0888
(352) 586-6921
Exit Realty Leaders of
Crystal River




Fairmont Villa 3/2/2
Maintenance free
living, Fireplace, apple.
incl. Ig living & dining
area, $198,000
(352) 746-4116


3/9%/4.9%
LISTING
Full Service/MLS
Why Pay More???
No Hidden Fees
25+Yrs. Experience
$150+Million SOLDIII
Please Call for Details
& Market Analysis
RON & KARNA NEITZ
BROKERS/REALTORS
CITRUS REALTY GROUP
(352)795-0060




2 STORY 3/2/2 ON
GOLF COURSE Lots of
old oak trees & Ig. back
deck, Must Sell!! Won't
last at $245,000 or make
offer (352) 302-9834



SByOrverpCitrjs Cori
Sell Your Home
Pay NO Commission!

795-1555
697898
2/2/1 on 3/4 AC.
BIk. home w/Vaulted
ceiling, tiled baths, 2
scrn. rooms, new roof,
thermal windows.
$134,900 (352)464-1028
3/2, 1700 sf, 5/8 Acre,
privacy fence, 2 road
access, caged pool,
many updates,
no deed restrictions
$219,900. 352-746-3538
3/2/2 Terra Vista VILLA
Open floor plan. Htd.
spa/pool; Better than
newly Quality
Upgradesl $329,000
(352) 586-0833
3/22/2 POOL HOME
Den, 2,104 sf. on fncd
1 + ac. lot. Encid prch &
deck. $274K Owner fin.
W/7% down flex terms.
Crawford(352)212-7613
BRENTWOOD 3/2/2
On nice cul-de-sac,
Solar heated pool,
$254,900.
(352) 270-3568,
(352) 257-1407
CANTERBURY Lakes Est.
3/2/2, Sweetwater
home, Driftwood model
Beautiful hilltop. LR & FR
3,271 sf, under rf,
$310K (352)684-6745


Barbara Hopkins
Realtor
www.citruscounty
forsale.com
KELLER WILLIAMS
REALTY OF CITRUS
COUNTY
GOLF VILLA 2/2/2+
Terra Vista Cust. Home
5th Green Skyview G.C.
$359K Jim Zilligen
Franklin Realty Consult.
(352) 746-7512
Nicole Gasiorek
352-422-2920





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More than just
Real Estate!
Office 352-726-5050
www.ccrservices.
homesteod.com
st


REAL Citrus Hills Home
FSBO Memb Available
Friendly Camb Greens
$305k, Lrg 3/3/2 pool
home Rare private 1/2
Acre, Owner/Agent


Villa, 3/2/2. Private
Premium lot.
Must see! Save$70,000.
$269,000.(352) 527-3965
TERRA VISTA VILLA
Lantana Model, 2/2
w/den, pool, built in
2004, upgrades.
Membership req'd.
$350K (352) 746-7007


4.9%/3.9%
Full Service Usting
Why Pay More???
No Hidden Fees
25+Yrs. Experience
Call & Compare
$150+Millon SOLDIll
Please Call for Details,
Listings & Home
Market Analysis
RON & KARNA NEITZ
BROKERS/REALTORS
CITRUS REALTY GROUP
(352)795-0060.




10 ACRES, 3/2
Mobile. Workshop
$245,000.
(352) 465-4543
4/1 Mobile $69,000 obo
Forest Lake 1 '4 Acre
Highland Park Dr.
18 x 12 Fl. Rm., 12 x 12
covered porch, paved
circular drive, recent
restoration from floor
beams up. New Inside,
new vinyl siding outside,
Restoration In progress
finish soon.
(352) 465-2537


Lecanto
om e's'


-4418E


Arbor Lakes, 2/2/2
Den, Great Rm, gated
comm, outside maint.,
Community pool,
tennis, etc. $199,900

CANTEBURY LK ESTATES
3/2/2 Brand Newt Pool,
Clb hs, golf.$169,900.
401-744-4077
HERNANDO
3108 Page Ave.
5 acres w/ 2/2 MH,
$150,000 (727) 463-1255
(727) 410-7527




2/2/1 Newly Renovated
715 Balboa. Family rm,
scrn porch, fncd yard,
new appls/carpet/tile
& fixtures. $134500
(352) 212-0100
2/2/2 1,948 SFUR
Large family room, fully
remodeled, $150,000
(352) 341-0696
(352) 302-8870
2/2/2 VILLA PRITCHARD
ISLAND. Move in ready,
docking priv. on Big Lk.
Henderson. Owner
Relocating. $185,000
352-442-7772/637-7250
2/2/2, /2 Acre MOL.
Den, FP, lanal, new Ht
& air, new flooring &
Insulation, new paint
inside & out Must see!
418 Wilda Av $144,900
(352) 344-9171
3/2/1 1356 s.f. totally
remodelled, waterview,
pvt. villa, low maint.
store boat, motivated,
$137,000 (352) 726-8489
3/2/2 on 2.13 Acres
CUSTOM BUILT HOME
2309 st., cath. ceilings,
& open floor plan.
Adj. 1.01Ac. Available
$287K (352) 860-1877
3/2/2 on ACREAGE
Many upgrades
Perfect to grow in to!
$314,900 Jenny Morelll
RE/MAX Realty One,
Inv. (352)637-6200
3/2/2, Neat As A Pint
1720 S.F. + Additional
RV parking. Bonus rm.
$227,000 John Holloway
RE/MAX Realty One,
Inv. (352) 637-6200
3/2/2 $127,000
1006 Princeton Lane
Fam. rm. fenced yard
(352) 344-1907
Byowner '96 3/2/2, CB
2 lots, Inv. Country Cub
area, end of dead end
ST. Light & bright, split
plan, gas fp, FL rm, Irg
scr. porch, 2 sheds
w/elec. & water.
Lemon, orange, grape-
fruit, tangerine, plum,
peach trees & grapes.
Beautifully landscaped,
city water, sprinkler sys.
on Irrigation well, pri-
vacy fence, furn. nego.
$240,000 (352) 341-4888




HOME FOR SALE
On Your Lot, $110,900.
3/2/1 w/ Laundry
Atkinson Construction
352-637-4138
Llc.# CBC059685

** REDUCED**
GOLDCREST, 6/3/2/2'/2,
7 Lakes Subdivision
Caged Pool, Gas FP,
Den, 3,624 sf. $314,000.
county appraisal,
need to relocate,
(352) 201-1265


INVERNESS
Entertainers Delight
4/2/2 with pool and
cabana. Over 3600
sq.ft. under roof. Park
like fenced acre In
Inverness City limits. Too
much to list. See this
home at infotube.net/
161692 Don't hesitate to
call owner at home
(352) 270-3493
REDUCED LIKE NEW
3/2/2, new roof, Ig. lot
418 Hiawatha Ave.
$168,900 (352) 527-9268
Reduced, Owner must
relocate. 3/2, 2100 sq.ft.
New roof, fireplace, tile
floors, 3 screen porches
with french doors to
porch. 2-car garage,
corner lot, Irg. trees, city
water & well irrigation.
15x20 kitchen, 25 sq.ft.
living room, 20x20 fam.
rm. 10 closets. Privacy
yard fence. Owner,
(352) 586-7685
605 Morse St
BuyOwner 61665
Walk thru
SELL YOUR HOME]
Place a Chronicle
Classified ad
6 lines, 30 days
$51.95"
Call
726-1441
563-5966
Non-Refundable
Private Party Only
"*5 per adartona line
(Some Restrictions
May apply)
Villa 2/2,
Family Room, Patio. &
lanai, Furnished w/new
appliances & carpet
$144,000.(352) 341-5838
Want to be Close to
Everything? Nice 2/2/1
with new roof, new
heat & air plus a
fenced yard. Asking for
appraised value of
$115,000. (352)
344-2752 or 400-2476




DUVAL ISLAND
2/2/2 w/pool
1/2 acre mol
229K, 352-568-0283
Open House 1-6pm
FRI. SAT. SUN.




7 Acres MOL, is
subdivided, I mi frm 19
Handyman block home
$188K, (352) 621-5006
2/2/2, 2i2 Acres,
Block w/ Brick stucco,
all fenced, 36 x 40 pole
barn w/ workshop has
elect. & water 44x42, 3
Bay w/14' ceiling height
12x24,10x16,10x16, out
bldgs., 15x 30 canopy,
garden spot, close to
shopping Black top
road & drive, $260.000
(352) 795-8972
Charming 3/1, On large
water accessible lot,
completely renovated
and move In ready.
$135,000. (352)628-1062
Connell Heights
3/2/1, 2200sf
Newly remodeled, hot
tub, new vinyl/windows
$144, 900. 352-302-2654
CRYSTAL MANOR
3/2 2250 sf, 1.2 ac, FP,
garden tub, window seat,
cathedrals, new floors,
bright & open, secluded
$176,500 352-795-3437


Bonnie Peterson
Realtor, GRI
Your Satisfaction is
my Future!
(352) 794-0888
(352) 586-6921
Exit Realty Leaders of
Crystal River
For Sale By Owner
Energy Efficient Home,
AC/Heat and fans, 4BR,
3BA, great rm. w/ FP,
form. Din. Rm., Lg. Kit,
w/ breakfast Nook &
pantry. Lg. Utility Rm &
Fl. Rm. Roll shutters on
all windows. Lg. work-
shop w/ attached Can-
opies, on 3 Lots.
Located in Connell
Heights at
5730 W. Paul Bryant Dr.,
$350,000. obo call
(352) 795-3334 for appt.
Kings Bay Drive
3/2.5/2, Lot size 120 x
140, fresh water canal,
pool, boat lift. House
was remodeled in
2005 completely
Asking $800,000.
Must sell relocating
(352) 795-8972
CRYSTAL MANOR *
3/2/2 New Home Many
upgrades 2,640 sq ft
on 1.25 ac $255K
*(352) 795-5308*
Need a mortgage
& banks won't help?
Self-employed,
all credit Issues
Bankruptcy OK.
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352-344-0571
www.amnamortgage.
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Need a mortgage
& banks won't help?
Self-employed,
all credit Issues
Bankruptcy OK.
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352-344-0571
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LISTING
Full service/MLS
Why Pay More???
No Hidden Fees
25+Yrs. Experience
$150+Million SOLDIII
Please Call for Details
& Market Analysis
RON & KARNA NEITZ
BROKERS/REALTORS
CITRUS REALTY GROUP
(352)795-0060





2/1/1 CB, 1.2 acres,
fenced, lanai, 2 sheds,
new paint, flooring &
appliances, $115,000
1181 W. Cardinal St.
(727) 207-1207

2/2, DW, 1999 Off Halls
River Rd. River/Gulf
Access Great Views
12 x 18 scrn. porch
$159,900.
(352) 621-5191


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"Homes


Michele Rose
REALTOR
"Simply Put-
I'll Work Harder"
352-212-5097
thorn@atflantic.net
Craven Realty, Inc.
352-726-1515


3/2/1 CBS
Move-In condition, all
appliances incl. New
carpet. 8524 W. Kipling
$107,000 (352) 212-1827
























2/2/1 Well Maintained
Move-In Ready Villal
Backs up to greenbelt.
$119,000
(508) 254-0659
(508) 533-8215
By Owner 3/2 Split,
26' x 12' scrn. lanai,
$150,000. Appt. only.
(352) 465-6420




NEW 2/2/2 SMW
FROM $850/mo (352) y
382-4044/592-9811 e


3.9%/4.9%
LISTING
Full service/MLS
Why Pay More???
No Hidden Fees
25+Yrs. Experience
$150+Million SOLD!lI
Please Call for Details
& Market Analysis
RON & KARNA NEIIZ
BROKERS/REALTORS
CITRUS REALTY GROUP
(352)795-0060
SWEETWATER POOL
HOME IN THE ENCLAVE
model home condition
2746 Sq. ft., see it @
www.owners.com.
ID#AMA0299 $375,000.
352-382-3879





"NO BULL!"
Just Straight Talk


Deb Infantine
EXIT REALTY LEADERS
(352) 302-8046
4 BED 2 BATHI $27,495
Foreclosures Must Sell.
For listings
800-366-9783 Ext H796

BEVERLY HILLS
3/2, $137,000.
CITRUS SPRING
4/2/2, $224,900.
Sale or Rent to Own
(772) 631-9806


HOME FOR SALE
On Your Lot, $110,900.
3/2/1, w/ Laundry
Atkinson Construction
352-637-4138
Uc.# CBCO59685


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& banks won't help?
Self-employed,
all credit Issues
Bankruptcy OK.
Associate Mortgage
S352-344-0571
www.amnamortgage.
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3.9%/4.9%
LISTING
Full service/MLS
Why Pay More???
No Hidden Fees
25+Yrs. Experience
$150+Million SOLD!!I
Please Call for Details
& Market.Analysis
RON & KARNA NEITZ
BROKERS/REALTORS
CITRUS REALTY GROUP
(352)795-0060


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Over 3,000
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Properties
listed at
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3/2 on 4 Acres
$200.k, Call To See
(352) 447-5433, Inglis

FSBO 2/2/Carport
1,200 sf., g. yard,
all apple. stay. Visit
owners.con for photos.
$129,500(352)228-7006

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2/2'2, City W/S,
Waterfront. 100% finan.
$99,800. SUPER BUY!
(352) 860-2554

3/2/1 1356 s.f. totally
remodelled, waterview,
pvt, villa, low maint.
store boat, motivated,
$137,000 (352) 726-8489


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Crystal Landing Condo
807 Mayo Dr., 2nd Floor,
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Lovely furn. 2/2, heated
pool, $100 mo condo
fee, $89,500
804-690- 2618, cell
VIEW OF THE WETLANDS!
THE ISLANDS of
CRYSTAL.RIVER
Waterfront, 2/2 1,600 sf.
furn., Asking $295,000
(352) 563-0103




CITRUS HILLS 3/2/2
Over 2,000 sq. ft. villa,
View of Terra Vista G.C.
$379,900 Jim Zilligen
Franklin Realty Consult.
(352) 746-7512
Over 3,000
Homes and
Properties
listed at
www.naturecoast
homefront.com
RENT/LEASE/OWN
Citrus, Marion, &
Hernando Counties.
Deborah Dawson,
KWCornerstone Realty
(352) 362-5583




2/1/2 INVERNESS
1309 S FIR TERRACE
Fireplace, beautiful
oversized wooded lot.
$159,900. By appt.
(352) 726-8452
2/2, 1700sf, REBUILT
Floral City, upgrades,
Owner Financing,
$229.500.(813) 997-6773
2/2, Fully Remodeled.
Dock, covered boat
slip. Must see, (352)
726-4775 or 563-1848
3/2 Waterfront Home.
w/ Enclosed Fl. Rm.
& dock. Gulf access,
123ft, on water,
$279,000, (352)382-0722
(352) 423-9221
3/2/2 HOMOSASSA
Crystal clear canal,
seconds to River &
minutes to Gulf!. Many
upgrades! $359,900
(352) 362-5351
4/3/2 150' SEAWALL
Close to everything!
City, Golf Crs. Kings Bay
to Gulf, beautiful land-
scape, lots of palms,
Island of 16 homes,
pool, Tiki Hut w/kit.
$790,000 (352) 795-1855
or (813) 759-3199
A DEED RESTRICTED
MAINTENANCE FREE
3/2/2 w/Solar heated
pool, hardwood firs, tile
in kitchen & bath. 17
drawers, 23 cabinets,
new appliances,
pantry, inside laundry in
gourmet kitchen MA
BA dual sink vanity,
huge closets. Fill your
mower & relax. Take a
stroll along private
nature trails, launch
your boat @ prvt, dock
to big Lk. Henderson.
Free RV strg., comm.
pool, shuffleboard, adj.
9 hole golf. Equipped
w/hurricane prep.
No flood insurance
needed. $295K
(352) 726-6165
For appt. No agents,
AWESOME DIXIE BAY
80 X 108 Lot $275,000
Ron Egnot, Coldwell
Banker, 1st Choice
Coldwell Banker.
(352) 287-9219


By Owner Wide part of
Hoam. River. Deed
Restricted. 3/2/2 100'
dock. Best location.
Appraised $875,000
OBO (352) 634-4793
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/2/2, Deep water
canal; boat dock
lnfotube.net/156355
$429,900., no agents
(352) 563-0424
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Inverness, $339,000
Pool, Dock, 3/2
Tsala Apopka Lake
chain. Upgrades!
(352) 344-0534
INVERNESS 2/1
Concrete Sea Wall,
Furn. Ready to move in,
80'x100' lot. Fisherman's
delight. Room for RV.
$91,500. (352) 341-4609
INVERNESS GOLF & C.C.
Board boat in back &
drive golf cart out front!
3/2/3, 3,352 SF under rf,
Heated pool with
waterfall, dock, many
extras! $419,900
Fully furnished,
Including golf caft!!
(352) 637-0184
Lakeside on the Lake
w/ a large deck,
Beautiful Villa 2/2/2, + Fl.
Rm., cen. vac., 55+
comm., maint. free,
ready to move right in,
possible trade, O/A
$169,999. (352)726-0811
LET OUR OFFICE
GUIDE YOU!


Plantation Realty. Inc.
i352) 795-0784
Cell 422-7925
Lisa VanDeboe
Broker (R)/Owner
See all of the listings in
Citrus County at
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Homes and
Properties
listed at
www.naturecoast
homefront.com

PRICED TO SELL
Riverhaven 80 ft. water
frontage, dock w/ lift.
2500 ft ranch with 3
bed,3bth. Screened in
lanai with inground
pool. A steal at
$649,0001 773-968-9189


WATERFRONT BEAUTY
330'ft, Lakefront 1.6
acres. Like new- Lg.
Stwo bed home. Huge
Swrap around porch.
MAKE OFFER!!
$368,000.00
Owner-Agent
Deb Infantine
Exit Realty Leaders
(352) 302-8046




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BUYERS Email us at
buvhouse@huahes.net
or call 352-601-4582
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I AC. CITRUS HILLS
NEAR GOLF $65,000

1.5+ or ACRES SWM
City wtr/swr. On 480,
$99k.
(352) 592-9811
3 Beautiful Treed Lots
Between CR & Homosa.
3.46-Cleared house
pad 120K
2.11-3/2 SW $85K
2.14-32' X 42', 2 Story
barn on slab $95K
(352) 563-0434
5 ACRE HOME SITE
Beautifully Treed
Black Board Fence
Located off Old Jones
Rd. & Vernon Ct.
352-344-3747, 302-2838
7 Acre MOL is
subdivided, 1 mi frm 19
Handyman block home
$188K, (352) 621-5006
8 BEAUTIFUL ACRES
w/2 BR IBA House
Well, Pond, Sheds
Homosassa
'2 mi. E. of Hwy 19
Close to Shopping
Center, Call Owner
(352) 628-4121,
or (352) 207-2834
21/2 ACRE, fenced. Lake
Garden Estates, Lake
access, off 488 close to
41. $65,000. obo
(352) 628-3551
21/2 acres, zoned MH.
cleared, $68,000 Owner
Financing Avail, Low
down Flexible terms.
(813) 962-3377
LAND IN CANTEBURY LK
SUGARMILL WOODS &
INVERNESS lowest prices
CHEAP! (401) 744-4077
NOVUS CIRCLE
1AC, homes only, $45k
W WOODHILL COURT
1/2AC. CulDeSac. S25K
(352) 302-0801




BY OWNER 1/2 AC
In Inglis city limits S22K
Seller motivated! Bring
offers. (352) 601-3320




/2 Acre Commercial Lot
On 44, Lecanto, near
proposed Parkway.
352-422-4334




1 ACRE, Elmhurst St.
Off Dunkenfield Rd.
125 x 310, Homes Only
$50,000. (352) 598-7123


2.3 ACRES
on Lori Street In Inglis,
$37,500. Agents wel-
come (941) 423-7561
75 x 135 LOT
INVERNESS ACRES
Asking $25,000.
(352) 302-9144
CITRUS SPRINGS
10 Lots Available
By Owner $26,900. 352
291-9223/561-358-0562
CITRUS SPRINGS
Below market, $19,899.
Owner must sell now.
888-345-1668, TCHT RE
CITRUS SPRINGS LOT
Caldera; Value $21,800
Sell @$16K Firm
(352) 489-6860
LAKE ACCESS 1/2 AC.
350' Road Frntg. Canal
to Lakes, Inverness.
$24,900. (352) 637-9630
Large lot for sale. 3-1/2
miles So. of Inverness,
Lake Magnolia Estates.
ready to build. Home or
-mobile (352) 465-8460
MUST SELL 4 LOTS
CITRUS SPRINGS
3 Adjacent Lots:
8149 N Merrimac Wy,
Unit 18, 0.26 AC. $13K;
8115 N Merrimac Wy,
Unit 18, 0.26 AC. $13K:
8127 N Merrimac Wy,
Unit 18, 0.25 AC. $13K;
(Directions: Go South
on Hyw 41, right on W.
Citrus Springs Blvd, right
on W. Malva PI., end @
N. Merrimac Way) 40
W. Vince PI. Unit 18,0.23
Ac $13K (Directions
same as above, turn
left on W.Vince PI.) All
have paved roads and
zone code PDR.
Call 214-228-6458




CRYSTAL RIVER
Woodland Est. 3 Lots,
Deep water canal
w/sea-wall, survey &
soils done.$348,900 ea
(561)358-0562
HALLS RIVER Panoramic
view, 218FT crystal clear
frontage. Gulf access
$325,000 352-382-8959
UNCOMMON BEAUTY
2 ac. MOL. high & dry
on the Withlacoochee.
Rvr. 7 mi. from Inver.
Quality area. Deed rest.
off priv. rd. Mat. oaks,
abundant wildlife. Poss.
ownr fin. Reduced to
$255K (352) 637-1731
Woodland Est. off river
Dp canal lot; seawall in;
Geo survey done.
$375K (586)727-1622
WOODLAND ESTATES
Deep water, new
seawall, 60' dock, filled,
house plans. $389,900
Steve Owner/Broker
(352)634-0101




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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2007 29E


Master gardeners plan February clinic


Special to the Chronicle
The February monthly
Master Gardener Volunteer
Plant Clinic is titled: "Early
Season Lawn Care."
The monthly Master
Gardener Volunteer Plant
Clinic offers an opportunity
for the general public to learn
about timely topics in garden,
plant, and landscape mainte-
nance directly from Citrus


County's own Master
Gardener Volunteers.
The short presentation will
be followed by an open
forum-type question and
answer session where any
gardening topic is open for
discussion.
So bring your questions or
problem plants to one of
these regional Master
Gardener Volunteer Plant
Clinics.


The time and location of
the Plant clinics are:
1:30 p.m. second Friday
monthly, Coastal Region
Library, Crystal River.
1 p.m. second Tuesday
monthly; however, plant clinic
is 1 p.m. every Tuesday, Lakes
Region Library, Inverness.
1:30 p.m. second
Wednesday monthly, Central
Ridge Library, Beverly Hills.
1 p.m. third Wednesday


monthly, Citrus Springs
Library, Citrus Springs.
2 p.m. fourth Monday
monthly, Sugarmill Woods
Firehouse.
Programs and activities
offered by the Extension
Service are available to all
persons without regard to
race, color, handicap, sex,
religion or national origin.
For persons with disabili-
ties requiring special accom-


modations, call our office at
least five working days prior
to the program so that proper
consideration may be given to
the request. Our phone num-
ber is 527-5700.
For the hearing impaired,
call the Florida Relay Center
Service at (800) 955-8771.
For additional information
about programs or classes
offered, call 527-5700.
The Extension Service
address is 3650 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 1, Lecanto, FL
34461.


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GORGEOUS LEXINGTON HOME 3 bedrooms, 3
BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPEDI Located on a nice, baths & full of upgrades Maple cabinets in kitchen plus
deep greenbelt, this 3 bedroom. +study, 2 bath granite counters, Moen fittings & stainless appliances.
pool home has great curb appeal. Cathedral ceilings. All bathrooms have one piece marble vanities. Jetted
Tile & carpet floors. Sliders from master suite, living garden tub in master bath. Great room, split bedroom
room & family room lead to oversized lanai. Oversized floor plan. Oversized, side-entry garage w/windows.
shower w/dual shower heads in master bath. ECU unit, Arched doorways, covered front entry & more! #311503
, trash compactor & 28x14 heated pool. Security $274,900 ,'
system. #150846 $269,900


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Multi-Million Dollar Realtor
Cell: 634-4346
OFFICE # 382-1700
-mail: homes4u3@mindspring.com


FFULLY MAINTAINED YARDI Spacious & open. 3 JUST LISTED! Nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with
bedroom, 2 bath villa in the Hammocks. 2 car'side-entry convenient circular drive & located on an estate lot Tray
garage. Neutral decor. Family room & living room floor ceiling in great room & Master. Fireplace w/heatilator.
plan plus dining room & breakfast nook. Lots of tile. Built- Pass-thru from kitchen to dining room & Florida room.
in bookcases. Extra closets. Dual pane windows & sliders. Large covered front entry. Glass enclosed Florida room w/
ECU. Glass enclosed Florida room for year round use. heat & air. Southern rear exposure provides beautiful view
Great location #309336 $239,900 of lush, deep greenbelt #311660 $189,900
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:- Real Estate DIGEST


Carolyn
Lewis
Inverness
Horizon Realty


Beverly
Yuelling
Inverness
Horizon Realty


Tops at Horizon
Inverness Horizon Realty at
856 U.S. 41 S. in Inverness
announces its top listing agents for
the month of December.
Congratulations to Carolyn Lewis
- and Beverly Yuelling. For help
with your real estate needs, call
Carolyn Lewis at 613-4540. Buying
or selling? Call Beverly Yuelling at
212-0416.
Top agents
David Bramblett, with Century
21 Nature Coast was named the
office's top producer for 2006. "We
are pleased to recognize David
with this honor. He is a leader and
innovator, empowering local home-
buyers and sellers with valuable
information, helping them to make
informed real estate decisions,"
said Hugh Tolle, broker/owner of
Century 21 Nature Coast.
"We would also like to recognize
Lynn Wallace as the office's top
lister for 2006. Lynn's competitive
intelligence, professionalism and
dedication have made her a valued
and trusted real estate resource for
the Citrus County community and a
major contributor to the overall suc-
cess of our office and the Century


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312/2 POOL HOME on 7" fairway of Inverness Golf & CC.
Totally remodeled inside. "This house has, it all'. All new
kitchen apps, carpet & tile throughout, family room w/stone
fireplace bamboo floor & fantastic view of golf course. Too
much more to list. $339,900. GMAC 158B745. MLS #311206.
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THIS BEAuTIFUL HOME :: .'
2BR & a large den w/built-in shelving which can be
easily converted to 3rd BR. Spacious open floor plan,
eat-in kitchen & dining room. Much more. $174,900.
GMAC 158B744. MLS #311037. Call Deboiah Patkus
at (3521 527-8100.


David
Bramblett
Century 21
Nature Coast


Lynn
Wallace
Century 21
Nature Coast


21 System as a whole," said Hugh
Tolle.
Located at 835 N.E. U.S. 19,
Century 21 Nature Coast is a full-
service brokerage specializing in
residential, commercial, recreation-
al and luxury properties.

New team member
United Country/Pulsar Realty
Group Inc. broker/owner Robert J.
Maim and his sales associates
announce Madeline Baran as the
newest addition to this group of


professionals.
Residing in
Citrus Springs,
Baran has been
a resident of
Citrus County for
20 years; there-
fore she brings
with her a vast
knowledge of the
county. She has
actively been list-
ing and selling
both Citrus and
Marion county


Madeline
Baran
United
Country/Pulsar
Realty Group


properties for 12 years and has
proven herself as one of the top
agents in the county as a multi-mil-
lion-dollar producer. The high stan-


COUNTRY LIVING 4 bedroom, 2 bath, large
kitchen, 1,900 sq. ft. living area. Built in 2000
on 7.77 acres MOL. Asking $249,900. MLS
#309946. Call Melissa Cridland-Bonnell at
i.t.t ,


MOBILE HOMES IN
MOBILE PARKS
Go to CRIDLAND.COM
Click on community
board the mobiles in
parks or stop in any
office for a list


dards of ethics expected from a
Realtor and level of professional-
ism that she has set for herself
along with a sincere dedication for
all her past, present and future
endeavors is what has made her
success possible.
Whether you are a first time
homebuyer or an empty nester
thinking about downsizing, go
ahead and give Baran a call. She
can be reached at the office at
637-3010 or 2780 N. Florida Ave.,
Suite 1, Hemando; e-mail
pulsarrealty1 3@earthlink.net.


Debbie
Infantine
Exit Realty
Leaders


Wendy
Hopkins
Exit Realty
Leaders


Exit's tops
Exit Realty Leaders is proud to
announce the top producers for the
month of January in their Inverness
office. Debbie Infantine was the
top-listing sales associate for
January. The top-selling sales
associate was Wendy Hopkins.
They are dedicated to providing
the best service and consistently
go far beyond any expectations.
If you are thinking of buying or
selling, Debbie Infantine and
Wendy Hopkins can be reached at
341-1233 or invs@exitrealtylead-
ers.com.


BRAND NEW 312/2 in area of new homes. Upgraded
counter tops & cabinets, raised breakfast bar, built -in
microwave, refrigerator, stove & dishwasher. Room for a
pool. Survey & builder's warranty. $210,000. GMAC
158D397. MLS #309942.


2.u0 JiRijBA DOuBLEWIDE ,, lu.-u -..ri,-.ma pur.,
10x10 screened back porch & 2 util bidgs situated on 1.06
ac. Portions fenced for pets, handicap ramp & water
closets. All rms w/ceiling fans w/lights, solar light in UR.
Move-in condition. Listed at $89,900. GMAC 158C351.
MLS 5311315. Callt do DMarrcus at (352 884-8331.


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UNDER CONSTRUCTION with completion
due in March. Oakdale model in Laurel Ridge
includes 3BR/2BA/2CG with large open
verandah, expanded garage, and oversized
lot MLS #311012. $284,900.


Linda Johnson, newsroom




Peter& Ma

SH BB35-27782K MO


2-2-2 ON .33 ACRE. Large rooms,
oversized garage, 2 year old AC. Screened
room and covered lanai. MLS #308744.
$148,900.


PINE RIDGE 312/2 POOL HOME with
2/1/1 WITH UPDATED kitchen and bath. professional landscaping, large master suite
Dual pane windows in living room and family and heated and self-cleaning pool. MLS
room. All appliances. MLS #308697. $109,900 #309060. $299,900









2/212 VILLA. Spacious with cathedral CRYSTAL OAKS. 1992, 3/2/2, cathedral
ceilings. Screened porch. MLS #309048. ceilings, extra closets, park-like setting. 1/2
$144,900 acre, heated pool. MLS #310479. $239,900


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CFCC to offer

brokaltery Sele's course
broker s course Real EstateYourWay


SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2007 31E


Special to the Chronicle

The CF Institute at Central
Florida Community College is
accepting registration for its
real estate broker prelicense
course.
Real Estate Principles &
Practices 2 is designed to
acquaint the prospective real
estate broker with advanced
concepts in real estate apprais-
ing, finance and investment
analysis, and the business
operations of a successful bro-
kerage office.
The course will be from 9
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday beginning March 13
on the Ocala Campus, 3001 S.W
College Road.
The course fee is $385 and
the textbook is available at the
college bookstore for $60.
Students must pass the final
classroom exam to be eligible
to sit for the state exam.


For additional information
or to register for the course call
Debbie Sutton at the CF
Institute, (352) 873-5804.
Registration is also available
online at the Web site:
www.CFCCtraining.com.


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n-n Denise D. Simmons &
ERA Kathy Brooks Realtors
American Realty
and investment. nc. (352) 476-9652 Denise Direct
vem.F (352) 212-1280 Kathy Direct
www.anothersoldhome.com
ERA American Realty & Investments ..ecause
6914 (352) 726-5855 Reputation Matters
r Fantastic Horse Ranch Property I
Meticulously maintained 3/2.5/2 located on
nearly 7Y' acres of prime horse country.
2.854 so. ft of living area with many new


1 more info!





Private Get-Away
Get away from it all in this wonderful 2 bedroom, 2 bath
doublewide on 1+ acre of beautiful tree-shaded land. S.lua-Jsd Pa a .-
This home is move in ready Spacious open floor plan. Escape the hustle & bustle in this charming and cozy
Beautiful French doors open to a large family room 2 bedroom, 2 bath stilt home! Home sits on 1+
perfect for relaxing. Enjoy your moving coffee on the fenced, lush acres. Enjoy nature at its best from the
back deck overlooking the wonderful back yard with balcony of this great starter or weekend retreat.
birds galore. Completely fenced in, and room to roam. Country living, yet close to everything. Short drive to
You won't find a better deal. Only $84,900. Come take Inverness or Brooksville. Owner/Seller is Florida
a look today! Call Denise or Kathy today for showing Licensed Sales Associate. Hard to beat at $139,900.
information. Call Denise or Kathy for your private appointment.





New Home Sites Available
Nice semi-wooded building site located on a quiet paved street.
Mins. from downtown and conveniently located to all area
Amenities including shopping, medical facilities, State forest,
parks & bike trail. New construction in area. Paved driveway
Build Your Dream Home apron already in place. Come take a look $23,900.
Beautiful waterfront homesite in the deed restricted
community of Bay Meadows. Quiet cul-de-sac street. Two lots folaling almost Y, acre. Nice level home sites in
Watch the wildlife from your back porch. Desirable area Inverness Highlands. Buy both for only $44,000.
of upscale homes. 2,500 sq. ft. minimum. Offered at
$110,000. Call Denise or Kathy for more information. Oversized comer lot in Inverness Highlands West $26,000.








,32E SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2007 Cimus CouNm' (FL) CHRONICLE


Property TRANSACTIONS


Property transaction infor-
mation is supplied to the
Chronicle by the Citrus County
Property Appraiser's Office.
Call 341-6600 with questions.
Seller: Schick Dan L & Donna
Buyer:: Nelms William S & Kathy L
Price: $188500
Addr: West County: 05646 S Hilltop Rd
Description: Cardinal Hills Ests: Unrec Lot 6
Desc As:Com At The Sw Corner Of Sec
33-19-18 Th Run N Odeg 17m 53s W Al The
Sec Ln A Di


Seller: Schick Dan L & Donna
Buyer: Nelms William S & Kathy L
Price: $188500
Addr: West County: 05584 S Hilltor
Description: Cardinal Hills Ests: Unr
Desc As:Com At The Sw Corner C
33-19-18 Th Run N Odeg 17m 53s
Sec Ln A Di

Seller: Keck Martha A Trustee
Buyer: Niblack James Langley Jr
Price: $189900
Addr: West County: 06080 W Fairh
Description: Fairmont Vig Pb 13 Pi
16 BIk 1


SRd
c I nLt A


Accepted Unrec Subd))...Lot 116 Title In
Or Bk 1106 Pg 6

Seller: Strickland Jonce L &
Buyer: P & D Holdings Lic
Price: $140000
Addr: West County: 03309 S Race Ave
Description: Frasure Hull Peach Orchards
Unrec Sub Lot 53 Desc As: N 1/2 Of Sw
1/4 Of Ne 1/4 Of Sec 19-19-18 Less And -
Except W 990 Ff

Seller: N R L L East Lic
Buyer: Paredes Angel
Price: $27500
Addr: West County:
Description: Sportsmens Island Unrec Sub
Parcel 49: Beg At Pt Found By Measuring
From Nw Cor Of E1/2 Of Nwl/4 Of Sec 26
N 89 Deg 4 1


)f Sec Seller: Reed Robert S &
V Al The Buyer: Pauquest Thiery
Price: $248000
Addr: West County: 08865 W Harbor Ln
Description: Kings Harbor Homesites
Unrec Sub Lot 66 & Pt Of Lot 67 Desc As
Follows: Lot 66 Comm At Ne Crn Of Lot
h 'ft 22 Kings Harbor Est


S66 Lot


Seller: Meadows Of Citrus County The
Buyer: 0 Reilly Gerard J & Susan
Price: $109900
Addr: West County: 03811 S Red Eagle Ter
Description: The Meadows Unrec Sub
((Survey For Wm Dexter Dated 7/1/80


For buying or selling ...
All you need is LOVE!


Realtor, SRES, ABR
352-527-7842
VickiLovei(aRemax.net


COUNTRY LIVING ON 5 ACRESI Over
2,800 sq. ft. of living space! 4BR/3BA cur-
rently set up as an 'in-law' with 2BR/2BA on
main living area, and 2BR/1BA in 'in-law' on
lower ground level. 24' family room with fire-
place! Livestock and horses allowed. Close
to the forest. Newer roof, septic, windows,
kitchen tile floor and deck with Hydro-spa. 2
stall barn- Quiet and serene. Deceiving from
the street. Reduced to only $319,9001 Vicki
Love 527-7842. MLS #304957


Seller: Pauquest Thiery
Buyer: Pauquet Thierry
Price: $248000
Addr: West County: 08865 W Harbor Ln
Description: Kings Harbor Hornesites
Unrec Sub Lot 66 & Pt Of Lot 67 Desc As
Follows: Lot 66 Comm At Ne Crn Of Lot
22 Kings Harbor Est


Seller: Brogden Jack P & Gwen Co Trsts
Buyer: Rabiea Jeffrey
Price: $500000
Addr: West County: 09373 W Bob Ct
Description: Homosassa Cos Sub Of Sec
28-19-17 Lot 4 BIk 29 Of Homosassa
Enterprises Unrec Sub: Com At'Sw Cor Of
Lot 29 Homosassa Co

Seller: Mercedes Homes Inc
Buyer: Reed Joseph & Wendy
Price: $442500
Addr: West County: 06312 W Rio Grande
Dr
Description: Pine Ridge Unit 1 Pb 8 Pg 25
Lot 9 Blk 126

Seller: Gross Robert & Denise Maines
Buyer: Ruiz Rolando & Olga Rosa
Price: $19900
Addr: West County:
Description: Tract 13 On Citrus Co
Assessment Map 61 Desc As Follows:
Comm At A Concrete Monument At Nw
Cm Of Sec 25-18-16& Run S 89

Seller: Arevalo Gregorlo & Mirta L
Buyer: Sigurdsen Richard A &
Price: $13000
Addr: West County: 05533 W Amman St
Description: Mini Farms Unit 14 Unrec Sub
Map 303d Lot 120 Further Desc In Or Bk
838 Pg 1465

Seller: Heins Evelyn M Trustee
Buyer: Smith Ross L & Janice F
Price: $89000
Addr: West County: 06314 W Constitution
Ln


NANCY PONTICOS Cell: 6344225
#1 Realtor in Sugarmill Woods Office# 382-1700
I "A /,lwn, Thoren Pnr Va,t" I Email nancy@nancyknows.com


YOU'LL WANT TO CALL THIS HOME!!! GREAT BUY ON CUL-DE-SAC & GOLF COURSE!
* Oversized Golf Course & Corner Location Updated Roof Oversized Side Entry Garage
* Tile Roof Fireplace Side entry 2 + Garage Large Eat-in Kitchen w/extra cabinets & desk
* Pool / Spa / Summer kitchen Citrus Trees Private guest wing Porch overlooks fairway
* Stainless Appliances & Solid Surface Counters Lawn care & pool included in mo. fee
MLS #311595 $325,000 MLS #310219 $238,000

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Description: Heritage Acres Unit 3 Pb 11
Pg 145 Lot 10 BIk D

Seller: Elswick Rodney L & Diana L
Buyer: Tardiff Roger E & Agnes A
Price: $100000
Addr: West County: 05645 W Stockholm
Ln
Description: Mini Farms Unit 11 Unrec Sub
Pcl 50 Desc As: Ne 1/4 Of Sw 1/4 Of Ne
1/4 Of Sw 1/4 Of Sec 19-17-18 Sub To 25
Ft Ease Al S

Seller: Reed Homes Of Central Florida
Buyer: Tuzzolino Stephen & Rose &
Price: $299900
Addr: West County: 01017 S Glen
Meadow Loop
Description: Crystal Glen Phase lia Pb 17
Pg 84 Lot I

Seller: Horsley Lee W
Buyer: Weida Herbert R & Tina L
Price: $55000
Addr: West County: 11033 W Rockhaven


Description: Homosassa Retreats Unit 5
Lot 19 Blk A: Com At Ne Cor Of Sec 8-20-
17, Tn S 88 Deg 58m 26s W 267.62 Ft To
E'Ly R/W LN O

Seller: Horsley Lee W
Buyer: Weida Herbert R& Tina L.
Price: $55000
Addr: West County: 11045 W Rockhaven
Ln
Description: Homosassa Rets Unit 5 Unrec
Lot 20 BIk A: Cornm At Ne Cor Of Sec 8-20-
21, Tn S 88 Deg 58m 26s W 267.62 Ft To
E'Ly R/W Ln


Seller: Moore William E & Janine M
Buyer: Wieland Chris L & Carol A
Price: $200000
Addr: West County: 03450 N Yacht Ter
Description: Pine Ridge Unit 2 Pb 8 Pg 37
Lot 6 BIk 214


Please see


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AMERICAN
MEN REALTY & INVESTMENTS

ERA Lou Miele, Realtor.
REAL ESTATE 4511 N. Lecanto Hwy. Bevedry Hills, FL34465
12t EOffice: 352-746-3600
= Cell: (352) 697-1685


(ALWAYS THERE FOR YOU)
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BEVERLY HILLS- Priced to sell!! This well
maintained 212/2 in Beverly Hills has new carpet &
paint, newer range with microwave hood & newer
refrigerator, air conditioned FL room-overlooking back
yard with Citrus & Fig trees. A must see!! MLS#310189
$119,900.
See More at www.visualtour.com tour #0085-4408


NOT YOUR TYPICAL MOBILE! t, "hruii,
remodeled home on almost 2.5 acres. This home has
a partial basement & 2 car block garage, new ac/
heat pump, many new windows, new laminate
flooring, covered porch & much more!!! You must see
to appreciate this one! MLS#310663 $144,900.


BEVERLY HILLS POOL HOME -
This beautifully maintained 2BR, 2BA home shows
pride of ownership. It boasts over 1330 sq.fL of living
area with newer a/c-heat, flooring, kitchen, appliances,
washer & dryer, 14x28 newly refinished pool & an
oversized garage. Relax on the lanai overlooking your
pool & beautiful property. This is a must see!!!!
Call Lou now. $179,900. MLS#303674
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SUGARMILL WOODS SHOWPLACE Tr.,: iir[.,,i.4i. l:'
3';BA pool home is located in Cypress Village of Sugarmill
Woods. It boasts over 3650 sq. ft. of elegant living area,
including an approximately 900 sq. ft. master suite/bath, with
a 3-sided fireplace (gas), a wet bar, wine cooler, and an
additional sitting room. The custom entertainment center,
additional fireplace, & soaring 10, 12 & 14 ft. ceilings make
lI,: a l '- '"i r.,T,, I .l,- i ,5 ,;,,-5 1: Ir..iT, :,1
mlrijll: .q,* 1.1- ... i' ,jI1 -: 1 i :; $584,500.
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Our Team Serves Your Dream!

KELLER The Brunk Dream Tearr
WILLIAMS Bruce R. Brunk
352-228-7744


CELINA HILLS Great price Impressive CITRUS SPRINGS BRAND NEW 2006






$5,900 #34807 74900 308176


RAINBOW LAKE ESTATES: .26 acre in prestigious area. lakefront lot.
building lot. $19900 #308986 $67,900 #306469 $69,900 #303720


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CITRUS SPRINGS- Beautiful Mercedes built (2004) Social membership requid. $339,000. MS #311760
3/2/2 with lots of upgrades. This Michelle ode] has
beautiful wood cabinets in kitchen &.a huge 25x10
screen room. Fully landscaped with a fenced backyard
with fruit trees. MLS#310547 $219,900.


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PROPERTY

Continued from Page 32E

Buyer: Wright Donald R & Linda M
Price: Winningham Clois P & Faith A
Price: $87500
Addr: West County: 07359 W Turkeyneck
Ct
Desc As: Chassahowitzka River Est Unit 2
Lot 14 Blk F


Seller: Ciszeski Alfonse A & Virginia
Buyer: Bello Rafael
Price: $119000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 00090 S Jefferson St
Description: Beverly Hills Unit 5 Pb 9 Pg 2
Lot 20 BIk 75

Seller: Panda Construction Inc
Buyer: De Jesus Eduardo & Janette
Price: $196100
Addr: Beverly Hills: 00971 W Colbert Ct
Description: Oakwood VIg Of Beverly Hills
Phase 1 Pb 14 Pg 10 Lot 18 BIk 203

Seller: Thompson Timothy A
Buyer: Handy Nora G
Price: $104200
Addr: Beverly Hills: 03214 N Chickasaw
Way
Description: Beverly Hills Unit 7 Pb 12 Pg
101 Lot 10 BIk 175

Seller: Simpson Glenn J
Buyer: Nee Timothy R
Price:$30000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 00941 W Colbert Ct
Description: Oakwood VIg Of Beverly Hills
Phase 1 Pb 14 Pg 10 Lot 22 BIk 203

Seller: Simpson Glenn J
Buyer: Nee Timothy R
Price: $30000


Addr: Beverly Hills: 00935 W Colbert Ct
Description: Oakwood VIg Of Beverly Hills
Phase 1 Pb 14 Pg 10 Lot 23 Blk 203

Seller: Howe Judith
Buyer: Rolsum Lee & Deborah L
Price: $120000
Addr: Beverly Hills: 00083 S Harrison St
Description: Beverly Hills Unit 5 Sw'Ly 1/2
Of Lot 11 & All Of Lot 13 BIk 81 More Fully
Descr In 0 R Bk 335 Pg 204

Seller: Texas Properties LIc &
Buyer: A Plus Homes Inc
Price: $202500
Addr: Citrus Springs:
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 15 Pb 6 Pg
123 Lots 28, 29 & 30 Incl BIk 1149

Seller: Poznanski John M &
Buyer: Burnett William & Donna
Price: $86000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 09450 N Elliot Way
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 2 Pg 5 Pg 108
Lot 6 BIk 172

Seller: Bishop Ford A & Pamela R
Buyer: Busl Brian & Linda
Price: $18000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 01837 W Water Lily Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 4 Pb 5 Pg 133
Lot 12 Blk 406

Seller: Mercedes Homes Inc
Buyer: Dallia Joseph F Jr & Jean L
Price: $245000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 08124 N Pocono Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 7 Pb 6 Pg 33
Lot 7 Blk 724

Seller: Hitchcock Kenneth P
Buyer: Hancock Lovina &
Price: $10000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 03662 W Galtonia Ln
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 3 Plat Bk 5 Pg
116 Lot I Blk 307

Seller: Mercedes Homes Inc


Buyer: Kelly Robert D
Price: $180000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 02016 W Blackhawk
PI
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 1 Pb 5 Pg
89 Lot 1 Blk 22

Seller: John Kewords Llc
Buyer: Rashid Ishrat
Price: $74000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 09405 N Cherry Lake


Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 3 Plat Bk 5 Pg
1.16 Lot 8 Blk 324

Seller: John Kewords Llc
Buyer: Rashid Ishrat
Price: $74000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 10141 N Ocean Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 1 Pb 5 Pg 89
Lot 19 Blk 12


Seller: Zeca Managment Uc
Buyer: Rashid Ishrat
Price: $166500
Addr: Citrus Springs: 01551 W-Palmvlew Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 4 Pb 5 Pg 133
Lot 13 Blk 376

Seller: Zeca Management Uc


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34E SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2007


PROPERTY

Continued from Page 33E

Buyer: Rashid Ishrat
Price: $166500
Addr: Citrus Springs: 08469 N Sarazen Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 4 Pb 5 Pg 133
Lot 21 BIk 386

Seller: Zeca Management LIc
Buyer: Rashid Ishrat
Price: $166500
Addr: Citrus Springs: 01611 W Lorraine Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 4 Pb 5 Pg 133
Lot 1 BIk 371

Seller: Zeca Management Lic
Buyer: Rashid Ishrat
Price: $166500
Addr: Citrus Springs: 03108 W Falrbank Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 9 Pb 6 Pg 61
Lot 12 BIk 633

Seller: Zeca Management LIc
Buyer: Rashid Ishrat
Price: $166500
Addr: Citrus Springs: 07230 N Hemingway
Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 13 Pb 6 Pg 98
Lot 4 BIk 930


Seller: Zeca Management Lic
Buyer: Rashid Ishrat
Price: $166500


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Addr: Citrus Springs: 07252 N Hemingway
Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 13 Pb 6 Pg 98
Lot 3 Blk 930

Seller: Zeca Management Lic
Buyer: Rashid Ishrat
Price: $166500
Addr: Citrus Springs: 09128 N
Commodore Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 1 Pb 5 Pg 89
Lot 1 BIk 59

Seller: Zeca Management Lic
Buyer: Rashid Ishrat
Price: $166500
Addr: Citrus Springs: 08483 N Sarazen Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 4 Pb 5 Pg 133
Lot 20 BIk 386

Seller: John Kewords Lic
Buyer: Rashid Ishrat
Price: $74000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 08020 N Janeaux Dr
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 7 Pb 6 Pg
33 Lot 25 BIk 785

Seller: John Kewords LIc
Buyer: Rashid Ishrat
Price: $74000
Addr: Citrus Springs: 09395 N Cherry Lake
Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 3 Plat Bk 5 Pg
116 Lot 9 BIk 324

Seller: Maronda Homes Inc Of Florida
Buyer: Ricci Thomas M &
Price: $154200


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Avanzini built 3/3/2 pool home in the City vvell-kepi singlewide mobile home Rh a INNA N R DGE. 3/2 d b id
limi CINNAMON RIDGE. 3/2 doublewide
is. This home has plenty of room with attached carport. Some amenities ncIude a has 1 152 sq. ft. of living area with an
-in ki f
iti i ltc I , x c 0 gr room, ti
separate living and family rooms and an screened porch, a wood deck, an eat- tchen, I lx2i carport, a great room, an eat-in
oversized, fenced back yard. Home also has a and storage sheds with electric. This home is kitchen, an inside laundry room, and a
heated, screened pool w/hot tub. Two of the partially furnished and ready to go. Call today large master bedroom and bathroom.
bathrooms have been recently updated. On to see it. $49,900 310325 Located on a 80x 136 lot with a nice shed.
P. -%ter .rd c-.- $169-906 311"17fil F.r
e see this one! $64,900 306928


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This spacious ranch style home has 3/2, a living kitchen countertops, a newer roof, a large master
room and a family room. Some outside features bathroom w/separate garden tub & shower,
include a glassed porch, a fenced in backyard, French doors, and a skylight. All of this and more
and a shed. Call us today to see this one! located on a beautifully landscaped corner lot.
$189900 311079 $149.900 311685


Addr: Citrus Springs: 07277 N Fairlown Ter
Description: Citrus Springs Unit 8 Pb 6 Pg
43 Lot 4 BIk 809

Seller: Holiday Builders Inc
Buyer: Sobehart Richard E
Price: $211700
Addr: Citrus Springs: 07245 N Cricket Dr
Description: Citrus Spgs Unit 8 Pb 6 Pg 43
Lot 3 BIk 764

Seller: Sullivan Madeleine
Buyer: Smith Dale Ralph
Price: $80000
Addr: Crystal River: 00222 Ne 1st Ave
Description: Crystal City Add To Crystal
River Pb 1 Pg 25 S 50 Ft Of E1/2 Of Lot 4
BIk 7

Seller: Anderson J B & Loretta
Buyer: Biggers Debra J
Price: $242900
Addr: East County: 02420 E Yancey Ln
Description: Nimrod Unrec Sub Lot 33: The
Sw 1/4 Of Sw 1/4 Of Sw 1/4 Of Se 1/4 Less
E 25' Thereof And Less N 25' Thereof Sec
33 Twp

Seller: Stewart Daisy
Buyer: Burden Terry
Price: $242000
Addr: East County: 04015 E Parsons Point
Rd
Description: Bitzer Lake Shores Pb 6 Pg 32
Lot 7

Seller: Moak Randy & Wanda
Buyer: Casilio Frank G & Ellen M


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an upgraded kitchen w/stainless steel appliances.
This home has a separate dining room, a wood-
burning fireplace, a cozy loft that can be used as a
small office, and a boat dock w/canoe rack. Call us
today to see this one! $219,00 311166


.Price: $157500
Addr: East County: 02110 E Newhaven St
Description: Cellna Hills First Replat Pb 12
Pg 87 Lot 21 Blk E

Seller: Lehalm 19 LIc
Buyer: Covell Bryon A & Kimberly D
Price: $22900
Addr: East County:
Description: Indian Acres Unrec Sub Lot
56: N1/2 Of Nel/4 Of Swl/4 Of Sel/4 Of
Nel/4 Of Sec 5-20-20, Except W 25 Ft
Thereof. S Ubj T

Seller: Marpad Inc
Buyer: Db Home Shares Inc
Price: $250000
Addr: East County: 00977 N Florida Ave
Description: B & B Sub Pb 2 Pg 35 W 400


CITRus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


Ft Of Lot 6

Seller: Matser Chris
Buyer: Db Home Shares Inc
Price: $250000
Addr: East County: 01645 N Florida Ave
Description: Kellers Sub Pb 2 Pg 36 Lot 12

Seller: Matser Chris
Buyer: Db Home Shares Inc
Price: $500000
Addr: East County: 04094 E Van Ness Rd
Description: Hernando City Hgts Pb 103
Pg 1284 Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
& 12 Bik N

Seller: Fryman Betty L


Please see


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S694813 MIKE GA UETE

ERA cEL
ERA AMERICAN REALTY (352)476-4536 -.
& INVESTMENTS mgaouette@tampabay.rr.com .
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#310373 $449,900
Beautiful bright open 2006 Sandlewood III
with many upgrades!! Granite counter in
kitchen, self-cleaning, self-chlorinating pool.
Nice newer home to entertain and enjoy!


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BEVERLY HILLS
2/1/1 family room, shed, covered
patio. MLS #162945 $95,000


BEVERLY HILLS
2/1 tile kitchen, new A/C,
newly painted exterior, shed.
MLS #305936 $99,900


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INVERNESS
3/2 44x24 doublewide on a comer
lot, inside laundry, storage shed,
as is. MLS #309096 $62,000


CITRUS HILLS PINE RIDGE
One of a kind 4/3/2 Near completion
pool home. 3/2/2
MLS #303803 MLS #302161
$449,900 $329,900

CRYSTAL RIVER BEVERLY HILLS
2/2 mobile on 1/2 acre, 2/2/1 Freshly painted in and
Carport, shed with electric, out, fenced yard, vacant.
MLS #163737 $72,900 MLS #302849 $119,900

BEVERLY HILLS BEVERLY HILLS
2/2/1 roof is two years new, 2/2/2 Imperial II.
heat and A/C two years new. Circular drive, freshly painted,
heatn AC two year n. corner lot, eat-in kitchen.
MLS #305621 $115,000 MLS #306275 $129,900

INVERNESS GOLF AND CITRUS SPRINGS
COUNTRY CLUB Newer 3/2/2 built in 2005.
2/2/2 golf course home on the Screened patio.
6th fairway. Totally updated,
wood floors, new carpet. MLS #307496
MLS #146953 $175,000 REDUCED TO $147,000
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BEVERLY HILLS
Priced to sell. Excellent condition w/new
kitchen, updated bath, freshly painted,
new carpet/vinyl. Nothing to do
but move in. MLS #311054 $89,900


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3/2/2 pool home, great room,
Snew carpets and new tiled kitchen,
freshly painted. Diamond Bright poo
MLS #305949 $244,900


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Buyer: Fielding James & Sharon
Price: $154900
Addr: East County: 10473 S Drew Bryant
Cir
Description: Tarawood Phase 1 Pb 14 Pg
84 Lot 26

Seller: Rowe Richard R & Sandra L
Buyer: Gatell Victor Jr & Donna L
Price: $170000
Addr: East County: 00018 N Shadow
Wood Dr
Description: Shadow Wood Unrec Sub Lot
9 Desc As: Coam At Intersection Of W Ln
Of E 1/2 Of Sw 1/4 Of Sec 3-19-20 N R/W
Ln Of Co Rd 470

Seller: Romyns John & Constance
Buyer: Gingrich Edward R & Lillian L
Price:$243000
Addr: East County: 04624 N Webster
Island Ter
Description: Arbor Lakes Unit lii Pb 17 Pg
64 Lot 13

Seller: Citrus Hills Investment Prop
Buyer: Harrison Michael &
Price:$73000
Addr: East County: 00287 S Paladinn Cir
Description: Belmont Hills Unit 2 Pb 17 Pg
97-98 Lot 29 BIk G

Seller: Citrus Hills Investment Prop
Buyer: Jordan Laraine L &
Price: $78500
Addr: East County: 00283 S Poladinn Cir


Description: Belmont Hills Unit 2 Pb 17 Pg
97-98 Lot 28 BIk G

Seller: Cole Lois A
Buyer: Kohr Thomas J Jr & Nancy A M
Price: $250000
Addr: East County: 09570 E Tsala Apopka
Dr
Description: Walters Duval Island Add Unit
3 Pb 7 Pg 28 Lots 1 & 2

Seller: Mitchell Marie F
Buyer: Lo Prinzi Antonino
Price: $142500
Addr: East County: 00145 N Azalea Ter
Description: Sportsmens Acres Pb 2 Pg 90
N 208.72 Ft Of W 208.72 Ft Of Lot 22

Seller: Harris Patricia M
Buyer: Skaggs John A & Edna M
Price: $53000
Addr: East County: 07830 E Northlake Dr
Description: Pine Lake Pb 4 Pg 67 Lots 1, 2
& 3 Blk C

Seller: Baiacco Anthony
Buyer: Smith David W Jr
Price:$4300
Addr: East County: 10233 S Appaloosa
Ave
Description: Derby Oaks Pb 8 Pg 107 Lot
8 BIk C

Seller: Blance Kimberly L &
Buyer: Turner Carlton R Jr & Mary J
Price: $140000
Addr: East County: 06544 E Mockingbird
Ln
Description: Inverness Highlands West 1st
Add Replat Pb 6 Pg 116 E1/2 Of Lot 5 BIk
419b Less S 80 Ft Thereof

Seller: Banyan Land Title Corp


Buyer: Worrell Gregory A
Price: $8000
Addr: East County: 01768 N (Unnamed)
Pt
Description: Hercala Acres Unit 2 Pb 8 Pg
16 Lot 807.The W 1/2 Of S 1/2 Of N 1/2
More Part W 132 Ft Of S 158.76 Ft Of N
317.50 Ft Of,

Seller: Adams Homes Of Northwest
Buyer: Moore Sam H & Yvonne T


Price: $215500
Addr: Sugarmill Woods: 00049 Black
Willow St
Description: Sugarmill Woods Cypress VIg
Pb 9 Pg 86 Lot 30 BIk 85

Seller: Mercedes Homes Inc
Buyer: Noble Ray L & Judith A
Price: $242000
Addr: Sugarmill Woods: 00087 Cypress
Blvd


Description: Sugarmill Woods Cypress Vig
Pb 9 Pg 86 Lot 55 BIk 93

Seller: Goodwin Patricia
Buyer: Archer Earl R
Price: $90000
Addr: West County: 11580 W Kingfisher Ct
Description: The Bay Villas Bldg 32, 33, 34,
35 & 36 Condo Unit 190 Decl In Or Bk 343
Please see '. ~ "7:/Page 36E


REAL ESTATE, INC.
5569 W. GULF TO LAKE HWY.* CRYSTAL RIVER, FL 34429
OFFICE: (352) 795-6633
WWW.ALEXRE.COM E-MAIL: SALES(ALEXRE.COM


PINE RIDGE POOL HOME
Adorable 3/2/2 Pool Home. Totally remodeled! Ceramic
tile throughout great room & kitchen. Formal dining area,
kitchen has breakfast bar, 2 pantries, pass through win-
dow, lots of cabinets & all new stainless steel appli-
ances. Arched doorways & lots of closet space through-
out. Master bedroom w/walk-in shower & closet. Nice
lanai & pool area. 2 car carport and a 1 car detached
garage/shed/workshop w/power, Circular driveway &
and private backyard $255,000 MLS # 310863


BRING YOUR HORSES
This 3/2/2 pool home sits on 2.75 Acres and has a 3
stall barn w/feed & tack rm, office w/heat & air, Y2 bath,
washer, dryer, hot water heater & 2 pastures that are
fenced & cross fenced. Eat-in kitchen w/breakfast bar &
pantry, formal dining area, living rm has a wood burning
fireplace w/mantle. Nice master suite w/walk-in closet,
inside utility rm, large lanai, fiberglass in-ground pool.
Nice landscaping & property has total irrigation system,
pastures included. $379,000. MLS #311316

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DUNNELLON 2BR/1.5BA singlewide on 2.5 2BRP2BA, vaulted ceilings, living room. Tile floors
acres. Front porch w/handicap ramp, rear porch is except bedrooms are w/w carpet Laundry room,
10x17 w/handicap ramp, washeridryer, microwave, paved roads. #306617 & 306475 & 307550
303978 $89,000 $145,000 EACH. BUY ONE OR ALL.


PINE RIDGE POOL HOME
Beautiful 4/3/3 has formal dining area, living room, family rm. CITRUS SPRINGS
with triple sliders to pool, huge eat-in kitchen w/breakfast bar, 3/1.5/1 home sits on a nice corner double lot. Eat-in
center island, built in desk area, 42 inch cabinets, lots of counter kitchen w/sliders to open patio area & back yard, large
top space & pantry. Master suite has triple sliders to pool, his & living rm. & formal dining area, nice Florida room with
hers walk-in closets, garden tub, large shower, 2 sinks w/vanity
at one. Pretty outside lanai & pool area. 15 X 34 custom free- built in counter top & cabinets. New roof in 2006, new
form open pool with waterfall, bench seats & L.E.D lights (7 dif- range oven & new carpeting. Freshly painted inside &
ferent colors) Private & tranquil back yard w/open gazebo. A out. Nice fenced back yard with room for. a pool
Must see Home! PRICE REDUCED! $375,000 MLS # 309586 PRICE REDUCED! $139.000 MLS # 303942


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Seller: Callihan Lana Trustee
Buyer: Bonjorn Pamela S & Joseph R
Price: $325000
Addr: West County: 11509 W Silk Oak
Path
Description: Homosassa Isle Pb 4 Pg 99 Lt
40 & Pt Of Lt 41

Seller: Graden Walter L & Catherine E
Buyer: Cotty Monica A
Price: $100000
Addr: West County: 06410 N Polar Pt
Description: Mini Farms Unit 9 Parcel 87
Desc As: Sw 1/4 Of Nw 1/4 Of Ne 1/4 Of
Se 1/4 Of Sec 31-17-18 Sub To Ease
Across E 25 Ft For

Seller: Jeong John & Julia
Buyer: Cruz Damian
Price: $230000
Addr: West County: 02598 N Brentwood
Cir
Description: Brentwood Pb 12 Pg 70 Lot 5