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Title: Citrus County chronicle
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Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
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Publication Date: November 20, 2007
Copyright Date: 2007
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WELL MET BY MOONLIGHT:
Guided tour
The Crystal River
Archaeological .
State Park
hosts the ..
"Moon over
the Mounds" '- ;
program
through the
winter./Page 5C


Young patients
As childhood determinations
of mental illness have surged,
some in the profession say
child psychiatry has a scourge
of over-diagnosis./Page 1C
OPINION:

If the
average American
doesn't stand up
for themselves,
we will soon be
getting presents
from 'Holiday
Man.'

LETTER, PAGE 12A.
R.I.P.:
'Charmin' man
Dick Wilson,
who became
famous to
generations of
TV viewers as
toilet paper
pitchman Mr.
Whipple, died
Monday./
Page 6A
RE-ELECTION CHALLENGES:


Rejected
Judges took two hours to quash
legal challenges to dispute the
president's re-election in
Pakistan./Page 14A
MIDEAST CONFERENCE:
Little headway
The Israeli and Palestinian
.leaders made little progress
ahead of next week's peace
conference./Page 14A
OPERATION POPCORN:


Snacks for troops
Learn how to donate $25 of
'Boy Scout popcorn products
to active-duty troops and their
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Annie's Mailbox . . . . 6C
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Crossword ............ 6C
Editorial .. ...... 12A
Entertainment ......... 6B
Horoscope ........ ... 6C
Lottery Payouts ........ 6B
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Coach says signal caller passes marks


BY THE NUMBERS
ALL-PURPOSE YARDS
Shay Newcomer, Crystal River- 645
Xavier Lee, Daytona Beach 589
Matt Johnson, Ft. Lauderdale 581
Pobert Love, Pahokee 552
X-. YARDS PASSING IN A GAME
Newcomer, Crystal River 585
Christian Parsons, Cypress Lake
583
Johnson, Ft. Lauderdale 534
Jamie Burke, Orlando Colonial 498
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CR's Newcomer threw for 585 yards,
amassed 645 yards of total offense


ALAN FESTO.
afesto@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
The Florida high school
record for passing yards in a
game doesn't belong to Tim
Tebow or Xavier Lee that
record now rests right here in
Citrus County, according to a
Crystal River coach.
Friday night in the opening


round of the Class 3A playoffs,
Crystal River senior quarter-
back Shay Newcomer passed
for what appears to be a state-
record 585 yards in a 53-49 win
against the Williston Red
Devils.
Newcomer also appears to
have broken the record for
most yards from scrimmage
with 645, a record previously
held by Lee (589), who now


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Stone crabs
not in high
demand
JIM HUNTER
hunter
@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
The stone crab season
has started out in extraor-
dinary fashion, in more
ways than one.
The season, which runs
from October to May, is in
full swing and there are
plenty of the delectable
crab claws to be had in
fact, the harvest could be
termed unusually good,
and it's still holding even
after the traditional first
surge in the season.
The unfortunate thing
for crab fishermen is that
while the harvest is strong,
the market is weak. That
means it's hard for them to
sell the bountiful catches
with the local fish houses
full. The phenomenon has
people in the industry
shaking their heads.
"It's an unusual year -
very painful for everyone
involved," said Bob Gill,
owner of Shrimp Landing
near Crystal River, who
buys crabs from the fisher-
men.
The catches, or landings
as they are called in the
industry, are high and the
grade is high and size big-
ger than usual, he said.
And seems to be happening
around the state.
That supply is unfortu-
nately going into a market
with weak demand, he
said, at least weaker than
the supply He speculated
that maybe people are just
buying less stone crabs
because of economic con-
ditions. Crab claws are a
kind of high end, white
table cloth item in the
restaurant, he said, and
with the current economic
pressures on everyone -
take just the price of gas,
Please see CRABBY/Page 5A


MATTHEW BECK/Chronicle file
,' YIL/: Shrimp Landing fishhouse worker Gary Moore loads a large cage with stone crab
claws in preparation for cooking last year as the opening day of stone crab season comes
to a close. TOP RIGHT: Many fishermen say this year the population of stone crabs is high.


plays for Florida State.
Crystal River head football
coach Anthony Paradiso
believes those numbers are
state records and has given the
information to an Orlando
Sentinel sportswriter who
tracks those records.
"This is the first time in my
career, playing and coaching,
that I've seen a kid throw for
over 500 yards passing,"
Paradiso said. "It was a real
extraordinary thing to see."
In Saturday's edition of the
Chronicle, it was reported that
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developerr

pitches

deal for

land use

company proposes

o net wetland loss
JIM HUNTER
hunter@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle


A representative for a Tampa
development group told the Save the
Homosassa River Alliance Monday
that his company has come up with a
conceptual plan for the commercial
front of the Realticorp property
along U.S. 19 that would mean no net
loss of wetlands.
The Homosassa environmental
group has said it opposes any loss of
wetlands and allowing such would
contradict the county's managed
growth plan. The tract has been the
subject of a long controversy over
development, and. Alliance
President Pricilla Watkins said in
addition to the wetland tract in ques-
tion, there are also other tracts of
Please see DEVELOPER/Page 5A


City begins

reviewing

contract

with sheriff

CRPD chiefapplies

for Dade City job
MIKE WRIGHT
mwright@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Crystal River city officials began
reviewing Monday a proposed con-
tract to turn law enforcement servic-
es to the Citrus County Sheriff's
Office by Feb. 1.
The contract is modeled after one
the sheriff's office has with the city
of- Inverness, Crystal River City
Manager Andy Houston said.
Houston said he hopes to have a
proposed contact to the city council at
its Jan. 14 meeting. Because the con-
tract is an interlocal agreement with
the county, it would go to the county
commission Jan. 23 for its approval.
The Crystal River City Council
voted 3-2 last week to negotiate a
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2A TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2007


Tax appraiser


explains tangible


personal property


Special to the Chronicle
Each January, approximate-
ly 16,000 tangible personal
property returns are mailed to
business owners and to owners
of leased equipment located in
Citrus County. Tangible per-
sonal property is the furnish-
ings and equipment used by a
business in order to conduct
their business and is assessed
for ad valorem taxes in accor-
dance with Florida Statute
193.052. Every business is
responsible for providing a
complete listing of the equip-
ment used in their business,
with its original cost, to the
property appraiser each year.
Failure to provide complete
and correct information will
result in penalties being
applied against the TPP
account.
Items assessed as tangible
personal property include
office furnishings and equip-
ment, signs, agricultural equip-
ment and industrial equip-
ment. Department stores, gro-
cery stores, and all retail out-
lets are assessed on their cash
registers, shelving, leasehold
improvements and all other
types of furniture and fixtures.
Also, the operating equipment
of such large business owners
in Citrus County as Progress
Energy, Bright House Network,
Wal-Mart, Lowe's, Home Depot
and others is assessed for ad
valorem tax purposes.
Many people believe that
owners of mobile homes don't
pay any taxes, but they do. The
owners of mobile homes locat-
ed in mobile home parks pay
tangible personal property tax
each year on additions to their
mobile homes such as sheds,
carports and porches.
Additionally, a vehicle decal
must be purchased for the
mobile home each year. Mobile
homes with additions that are
situated on land owned by the
mobile home owner, however,
are assessed as real property
the same as any site-built home.
The Tangible Personal
Property department (TPP) of
the property appraiser's office
consists of six full-time staff
members and a part-time clerk
who process all returns, work


The owners of
mobile homes
located in mobile
home parks pay
tangible personal
property tax
on each year on
additions to their
mobile homes
such as sheds,
carports and
porches.

with property owners in the
office and on the phone and
conduct field reviews each
year. A review of all mobile
home parks must be conducted
to determine if new improve-
ments have been added, field
audits of existing businesses
are conducted and new
accounts are created for any
businesses that have opened
their doors in the past year.
The process for staff begins by
the creation of a new account
with an estimate of value
based on equipment and fur-
nishings located in similar
businesses. The return is then
created and mailed to the
owner. The business owner
must provide a complete list-
ing of their equipment and fur-
nishings to the property
appraiser by April 1 each year.
Once the return data is entered
with the original equipment
cost and year built or pur-
chased, a depreciation sched-
ule is applied which deter-
mines the length of time that
the equipment is expected to
last, which in turn produces a
taxable value. The process is
complicated and detailed, and
the appraiser's office greatly
appreciates the continued
cooperation of all business
owners in providing the infor-
mation necessary for the TPP
staff to successfully prepare
the annual personal property
tax roll.


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Beverly Hills parade
date announced
The 2007 Beverly Hills
Christmas Parade is set for 10
a.m. Saturday, Dec 1.
The parade will run down
Beverly Hills Boulevard to the Civic
Center and will promote the
Kiwanis theme "Children of the
World." Spectators are welcome
anywhere along the parade route
or around Civic Circle where food
and pictures with Santa, for fami-
lies, will be available.
Kiwanis Club of Central Ridge
and Crystal River President Pete
D'Elia are requesting participants
complete a "registration form" and
pay the $10 entry fee by Nov. 26.
Call 527-0039 or e-mail
pdelia899@yahoo.com to obtain a
registration form.
The five categories that will be
judged and awarded are "Best
Business Entry," "Best Religious
Entry," "Best Youth Entry," "Best
Club Entry" and "Best Overall
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elements of theme, color, excite-
ment and creativity.
Participants will line up at 8:30
a.m. at Melbourne and Beverly
Hills.
Crystal River parade
to run Dec. 1
The Crystal River Christmas
Parade will be at 4 p.m. Saturday,
Dec. 1.
This years' parade theme, "A
Red, White & Blue Christmas" is
honoring veterans. Parade organiz-
ers would like to have veterans,
currently serving or recently back
from deployment, as grand mar-
shal(s) for the parade. Call the
Chamber at 726-2801 for informa-
tion.
This year's parade begins earlier
and will follow a different route. The
45th annual parade will begin at
Northeast Third Avenue and pro-
ceed north toward the mall and
end at Northwest Sixth Avenue.
Onlookers can watch the parade
along both sides of U.S. 19 since
U.S. 19 will be closed from Turkey
Oak to the intersection of U.S. 19
and State Road 44. Through traffic
will be detoured onto Turkey Oak.
For information, call the
Chamber office at 726-2801.
Inverness parade
red, white and blue
The Inverness Christmas
Parade will be at noon Saturday,
Dec. 8. The parade will start from
Pizza Hut and proceed south to
Highland Boulevard. 'Onlookers
can sit along either side of Main
Street. Main Street will be closed
throughout the parade. The Citrus
County Sheriffs Office will be rout-
ing traffic through selected altema-
tive routes.


This years' parade theme, "A
Red, White & Blue Christmas" is
honoring veterans. Parade organiz-
ers would like to have veterans,
currently serving or recently back
from deployment, as grand mar-
shal(s) for the parade. For informa-
tion, call the Chamber office at
726-2801.
In conjunction with the parade,
the city of Inverness Department of
Parks and Recreation will host its
annual Holiday Arts and Crafts
Festival from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in
downtown Inverness.
Offices closed for
Thanksgiving
All county and city offices will be
closed for Thursday in observance
of Thanksgiving. In addition, the:
The Chronicle Circulation
department will be open from 7 to
10 a.m. The Chronicle Business
office will be closed. The Chronicle
Classified office will be closed. The
Chronicle Inverness/Legal office
will be closed Thursday and Friday.
Beverly Hills Waste
Management (Rolling Oaks Utilities
Inc.) will be closed. All Thursday
customers will be picked up Mon-
day, and all Friday customers will
be picked up on Tuesday, Nov. 27.
There will be no garbage col-
lection on Thursday, in Crystal
River. Collection will resume city-
wide Friday.
Bicentennial Park Pool will be
closed. The pool will be open
Friday as scheduled.
FDS Disposal will be closed.
Thursday's customers will be
picked up on Monday.
NCRS Disposal will be closed.
Thursday service will be resched-
uled for Saturday. Riverhaven resi-
dents will be rescheduled for


Monday.
The Habitat for Humanity
Home Store in Inverness will be
closed for the entire Thanksgiving
weekend and will reopen Monday.
Church to provide free
Thanksgiving meals
The First Christian Church of
Inverness will host a free
Thanksgiving Day dinner from
noon to 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 22,
at Hernando Park.
The meal will be a traditional
Thanksgiving dinner with turkey,
mashed potatoes, green beans
and drink provided.
Transportation will be provided
and can be arranged by calling
James at 400-5133 no later than
10 a.m. the day of the dinner.
Fire destroys
mobile home
A woman, child and dogs and
horses escaped a fire at a
Homosassa home Friday morning.
According to Citrus County Fire
Rescue the fire occurred at a
mobile home at 5421 S. Farm
Point at about 8:15 a.m.
The homeowner had heard a
crackling noise in the ceiling, went
outside and saw smoke, according
to assistant chief Patty Jefferson.
She went back inside, grabbed her
2-year-old child and dogs and left
the house. Once outside, she res-
cued four horses from an adjoining
stable.
Fire officials do not know the
cause of the fire. The state fire
marshal is not investigating the
case. The Red Cross and
Salvation Army were notified to
assist the family.
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Crystal River

Suspect sought in
local robberies
Crystal River Police have
positively identified the suspect
who they say
committed two .
armed rob-
beries in
Crystal River.
John A.
Clark, 44, is 5
feet, 8 inches,
weighs 165
pounds, with John Clark
brown hair and
eyes. He is known to be travel-
ing with a female by the name
of "Valerie," and could be driving
a late model, silver, four-door,
Jeep Cherokee with tinted win-
dows, dents on the driver's side
and an unknown Florida tag.
Clark, who has an extensive
criminal history including numer-
-ous counts of burglary and rob-
bery, is from Miami but may still
be in the area. Detectives are
obtaining warrants for armed
robbery, false imprisonment and
grand theft.
Police say Clark committed
the first robbery Nov. 9, at the
'Subway on U.S. 19, and com-
mitted the second robbery Nov.
17, at the Kentucky Fried
Chicken on U.S. 19. During both
robberies, Clark was armed with
an unknown type handgun.
Call Sgt. Corey Sharpe or
Detective Craig Reese at 795-
4241, with information.






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4A TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2007


For the RECORD


We came to the conclusion that he did

break the total yards record ...

A Par-adiso
Crystal River coach about Shay Newcomer's performance.


SIGNAL
Continued from Page 1A

Newcomer finished with 570
yards passing, but Paradiso was
able to go back and watch the
game film and determined
Newcomer passed for 585 yards.
"Once we sat down and start-
ed looking at stats and breaking
it down on film we came to the
conclusion that he did break the
total yards record... then we had
a question regarding the passing
record," Paradiso said.
If the numbers stand,
Newcomer broke the previous
record by two yards, which was
set Oct 26 by Cypress Lake's
Christian Parsons in Fort Myers.
Before that, the record stood for
approximately three years,
according to a Web site pub-
lished by Orlando Sentinel
writer Buddy Collings.
Newcomer is also only the
fourth quarterback in the state
of Florida to pass for more than
500 yards in a game.
Paradiso e-mailed
Newcomer's numbers to
Collings.
Collings was unavailable for
comment as to whether the
passing record would stand.
The record will not be recog-
nized by the Florida High
School Athletic Association
(FHSAA), nor are the other
records on the site, because the
FHSAA only keeps track of
records in the state finals.
Crystal River will face its
toughest test of the year on
Friday night, when it lines up
against the third-ranked North


DAVE SIGLER/Chronicle
Crystal River quarterback Shay Newcomer gets a pass off Friday
night while being pressured by a Williston defender. Newcomer's
performance against the Red Devils might just land him in the
state record books.


Marion Colts.
"I'm going to try to do my
best," Newcomer said when


asked how he would follow up
his incredible performance.
"Hopefully, it all works out"


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Citrus County
Sheriff's Office
DUI Arrests
Jean D. Mansfield, 50, 1566
Barnwell Place, The Villages, at
12:26 a.m. Saturday on a misde-
meanor charge of driving under the
influence. Bond $500.
Darren Joseph Brandjes, 25,
1971 W. Gardenia Drive, Citrus
Springs, at 1:20 a.m. Saturday on a
misdemeanor charge of driving
under the influence, second offense.
According to the arrest report,
Brandjes' blood alcohol concentra-
tions were .157 percent and .144
percent; the legal limit in Florida is
.080 percent. Bond $1,000.
Other arrests
A 15-year-old Homosassa boy
was arrested at Lecanto High
School on Wednesday on a charge
of disrupting and educational institu-
tion. The student was refusing to fol-
low a teacher's instructions, which
disrupted a class of 20 students.
The teacher called an assistant prin-
cipal: who later told the student to go
to in-school suspension. When the
student refused to go, the assistant
principal grabbed the boy's arm in
attempt to give him a "guiding
touch," but the boy refused to go.
When the deputy arrived, the boy
refused to listen to him either and to
go to the suspension class. The boy
was arrested and later released to
his parents.
Tara Lynn Meinen, 24, 2265 S.


SHERIFF
Continued from Page 1A
contract with Dawsy, who said he could save the
city $500,000 the first year and still provide serv-
ice at or better than city residents now receive.
Dawsy also offered jobs to police employees
who qualify for his agency.
Police Chief Steven Burch declined Dawsy's
offer to transfer to the sheriff's office as a deputy.
Burch has applied for the vacant chief's job in
Dade City, where he is one of 35 candidates apply-
ing to replace Phillip Thompson, who retired in


Rock Crusher Road, Homosassa, at
11:13 a.m. Friday on charges of
leaving the scene of an accident,
driving with a suspended/revoked
license and fleeing/eluding a law
enforcement officer. Meinen ran a
red light and hit the door of a Jeep.
After hitting the Jeep, she put her car
in reverse and drove away on State
Road 44 in Inverness. The driver of
the Jeep was taken to Citrus
Memorial hospital because of bro-
ken ribs. A deputy followed her with
the car's emergency sirens activat-
ed, but Meinen didn't stop and drove
several miles away. Eventually, one
of her tire's came apart and she
drove on the rim, before eventually
stopping. Bond $14,250.
Kyle Wayne Bennett, 23, 107
Steinbacher Lane, Inverness, at
4:56 a.m. Sunday on charges of
driving with a suspended/revoked
license. Bond $500.
Robert Dwayne Sparks, 63, of
an unknown address, at,3:38 p.m.
Sunday on a charge of retail theft.
Bond $500.
Lester Lee Anderson Jr., 34,
57 S. Fillmore St., Beverly Hills, at
2:07 a.m. Monday on a charge of
possession of a controlled sub-
stance. Bond $5,000.
Noel N. Lynch, 21, 11450 N.
Lissitte Place, Dunnellon, at 2:25
p.m. Sunday on a Marion County
warrant charge for retail theft. Bond
$5,000.
John Michael Smith, 31, 5413
Poca Raton Loop, Dover, at 12:12


September after 20 years on the job, director of
administrative services Laura Beagles said. f
The Dade City Commission meets Nov. 27 to
decide how to proceed with the chief applicants
Beagles said the commission also is in the process
of hiring a new city manager.
Houston said he hadn't reviewed Dawsy's pro-
posed contract, but he did speak with Inverness
City Manager Frank DiGiovanni about how the,
arrangement has worked out in Inverness.
"They're pretty happy with it," Houston said. .
He said representatives from Crystal River and
the sheriff's office will meet next week to begin
working on details of the contract


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a.m. Monday on a violation of pro-
bation charge in reference to an
original felony case of driving with a
suspended/revoked license. He was
arrested in Hillsborough County on
the Citrus County warrant charge.
No bond.
Jill A. Wharton, 51, 11608 Fo)
Run, Port Richey, at 12:44 p.m?
Monday at the Pasco County jail ori
a Citrus County warrant charge foP
contempt of court. Bond $685.
Jeffrey M. Lloyd, 18, 4490 E.
Custer Lane, Hernando, at 2:55
p.m. Monday on a Orange County
warrant charge for failure to appeal
in reference to a felony case. Bond
$2,500.
George Earle Carter IV, 26, of
an unknown address, at 3:24 p.m.
Monday on a Citrus County warrant
charge for violation of probation in
reference to an original burglary anc
theft case. No bond. i
Karl H. Bower, 25, 5597 W;
Tirana Lane, Crystal River, at 2:18
a.m. Saturday on an active Dad9
County warrant for violation of pro-
bation on an original charge of con-
trolled substance possession. No
bond.
Jason Dieter Heinz, 28, 3844
N. Briarberry Point, Beverly Hills, at
3:56 p.m. Saturday on a charge of
knowingly driving while license is
suspended or revoked. According td
the arrest report, Heinz's driver'd
license had previously been sus4
pended close to 22 times. Bond
$1,000.


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land along U.S. 19 that could be
affected by what is or isn't
allowed on Realticorp land.
The Alliance heard the com-
pany's plan, but did not take a
position on the concept The
company has gotten permission
i Ilfrom the county commission to
Copyright hted M material work with the county staffto try
and come up with a develop-
ment agreement that the county
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for instance people may be ordering it
less and maybe even not going out to eat in
the first place.
; The price late last week was $15.99 a
pound for the large, jumbo mix, $8.49 for
medium, and $4.99 for "floaters" (crabs
after a molt when the meat doesn't fill the
hew claw shell and it is not considered
high grade).
I Shrimp Landing Office Manager Tim
Edge said it's truly an odd situation. Even
though stone crabs are on the higher side
of the seafood counter price list, the prices
aren't unusually high, and given what you
get, he said, current prices actually make
stone crabs a very reasonable delicacy.
He noted that for example, one will pay
$13.99 a pound for Atlantic sea scallops or
for grouper Edge said if the prices were
too high, customers would say so, but no
one has complained. Stone crabs were
going for $15.99 in Charlies Fish House
restaurant last week and were selling as
usual.
The fish houses said they have their nor-
mal local retail businesses, but the bigger
buyers aren't taking as much. Add that to


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It's more than that for the fishermen. their money, Eatoi
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with such a surprisingly FROM SEA hig
bad market hits them hard. TO MOUTH bai
They too are paying more "
for things like increased 0 There are six to seven he,
fuel prices, and so the weak Cla*w5 pe pound in the F
market is especially frus- Imediurn size category. tion
treating. Large claws run four to sto
Fisherman Drew Bertine five laws per pound. oft
said last year he could sell 0 For an appetizer, one ,
500 pounds a day, but it's a pound per person sea
very different story this should be considered,. the
year. Local fishermen have For .-n entree. one and saic
to scramble to find some- a half pounds. per per ren
one to buy their crabs. sn should be consid hat
"The boat takes the beat- ered. is
ing," he said. 0 Jumbo claws (an ever, oft
Crystal River fisherman better entree run two sea
Donnie Eaton is amazed to three claw-: per con
that the fish houses freez- pound. Like the large pre
ers are jammed with crabs claws, consider one arid dre
at this time in the season. a halt pounds should cor
"I have been doing this for teed one per'sn.
25 years and I have never N Colossal Claws are 7 claN
seen this just too many ounces and more arid leg,
crabs," he said, adding that can run to a pound sna
fishermen from South each wa:
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things going for them. impact the two largest connect-
It's the only kind of ed wetlands included in the
food that you don't kill plan. Those are designated
host to get the meat, Wetlands 6 and 7, and the U.S.
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gnant women and chil- wetlands on the tract, and
n because of mercury developers must meet stan-
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Vhen one or both of the He said the only impact there
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al size, the fishermen the form of a berm along U.S.
p them off in a certain 19, which would protect the
y and the crab is returned wetlands from U.S. 19 run-off.
he water. The crabs can Facione said Monday he
aws in a year or two. wanted to update the Alliance
about progress toward meeting
the group's stated desire to see
no net loss of wetlands. The
Primerica plan utilizes mitiga-
tion, a method that allows for
the destruction of some wet-
Slands in return for the creation
of new wetlands and off-site
mitigation, which could
include, for example, purchase
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over to the state to be part of a
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however, they oppose destruc-
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around the world. He also
pointed out that the water dis-
trict standards for mitigation,
for example, require a 1 to 25
ratio in replacement value.
Gary Maidhof, the county's
director of Development
Services, said the county's
comp plan does not prohibit
any impact at all to wetlands in
a commercially designated
area, but the commission has
already said it wants to see dis-
cussion of any development
going beyond the agencies'
requirements for mitigation.
One of the questions Alliance
members asked Monday was
how run-off ponds proposed
and wetlands could be created
without signifi-
roject cant fill that
would raise the
include elevation signifi-
cantly One mem-
) square ber said they had
been told it
retail would take at
least 8 feet, and
and he asked how
that could be
square accomplished
S and what effects
OffiCe it would have.
Facione said it
ce. could be done,
though the actu-
al engineering for the conceptu-
al plan had not been done yet
and elevations remained to be
designed. The Alliance mem-
bers said they would like to see
that information. Member Jim
Bitter was especially skeptical
and said he wanted to know
how it would improve the envi-
ronment
Maidhof said Monday that
county staff had seen a prelimi-
nary version of the concept and
understood it would still be
changing but based on what
they saw, felt movement was in
the right direction. He said the
staff felt it could be accom-
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were other hurdles for such a
plan, too.
First there was the traffic
and connectivity issues with
U.S. 19 and then there was the
question of what process the
necessary land use changes
would utilize.
There is no county deadline
for a proposed agreement, but
Maidhof said he understood
the company had interested
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lends some desire to move
ahead with the situation, he
said, but noted it had not yet
been determined if the land-
use changes would have to go
through a small-scale amend-
ment or a large-scale amend-
ment cycle, which would slow
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6A TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2007


Obituaries


William 'Bill'
Atwell, 58
HERNANDO
William "Bill" Patrick
Atwell, 58, Hernando, died
S:liinrd.i. Nov. 17, 2007, at
Citrus Memor-
ial Health Sys- .
tem in Inver-
ness.
He was born -
Dec. 16, 1948, -.
to William :
Patrick and
Laura Tucker,
and came to William
this area two Atwell
years ago from
Ortonville, Mich.
Mr. Atwell was employed as a
pipefitter for General Motors
for 38 years.
He was a past master of the
Blue Lodge No. 339, 32nd
degree Mason, Scottish Rite in
Ortonville, and past patron of
the Order of the Eastern Star.
He enjoyed his family, loved
computers and enjoyed scuba
diving. Deer hunting was his
passion. He also liked snowmo-
biling, motorcycles and was
known as a "tinkerer and
putzer." His family called him a
"pack rat"
He was Baptist.
He was preceded in death by
his mother Laura in 1970; son,
Robert Lee Atwell in 2005; and
a brother, Don Patrick in 2006.
Survivors include his wife of
40 years, Connie Atwell of
Hernando; daughter, Carolyn
England and husband David of
Burton, Mich.; brother,
Kenneth Patrick and wife Ann
of White Lake, Mich.; father
and stepmother, William and
Sue Patrick of Hernando;
daughter-in-law, Cindy
Maloney of Burton, Mich.; four
grandchildren, Hannah and
Corey England, Wesley
Spencer and Heather Dustin;
and one great-grandson,
Robert Dustin.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral
Home with Crematory,
Inverness.

Darrell
MacDowell, 24
INVERNESS
Darrell R. MacDowell, 24,
Inverness, died Friday, Nov. 16,
2007, in Lecanto.
Mr. MacDowell was born
June 9,1983, in Newton, N.J., to
Gerald MacDowell and Helen
Terrezza. He moved to
Inverness in 2005 from St.
Petersburg.
He was a Web page designer.
Mr. MacDowell attended the
First Baptist Church of
Inverness.
Survivors include his wife,
Renee MacDowell of
Inverness; two daughters,
Caylie and Kimber MacDowell
of Inverness; father, Gerald
MacDowell of St. Petersburg;
mother and stepfather, Helen
and Louis Terrezza of
Phillipsburg, N.J.; sister,
Anastacia MacDowell of
Phillipsburg, N.J.; stepsister,
Erma-Linda Ogar of Long
Valley, N.J.; maternal grandfa-
ther, Karl Mueller of New
Jersey; and paternal grandpar-
ents, Gerald and Ann
MacDowell of Apollo Beach.
In lieu of flowers, memorials
may be given in trust for his
daughters Caylie and Kimber.
Envelopes will be available at
the funeral home.
Heinz Funeral Home &
Cremation, Inverness.

Rosalia
Pellgrin, 95
SPRING HILL
Rosalia Pellgrin, 95, Spring
Hill, died Sunday, Nov 18,2007,
at Spring Hill Regional
Hospital.
Mrs. Pellgrin was born in
Manhattan, N.Y, and came to
this area 38 years ago from
Bronx, N.Y.
She was a teacher's aide for
the school system in
Brooksville for 12 years until
she retired at age 82. She
enjoyed traveling and taking
care of her daughter. She ran
the Christmas party for the
clients of the Key Foundation
with the Elks Club in
Brooksville.
She was a member of VFW
Ladies Auxiliary and St.
Theresa Catholic Church.
Her husband Joseph preced-


ed her in death.


Survivors include her daugh-
ter, Marian; friends Pete and
Mariana Mandreanu, Audrey
McSweeney, Jane Hubbard
and Ed Pawloski; and many
nieces and nephews.
Turner Funeral Home,
Spring Hill.

Clara
Seinkner, 75
HERNANDO
Clara C. Seinkner, 75,
Hernando, died Monday, Nov
19, 2007.
She was born in New Castle,
Pa., to Peter and Angeline
(Schmidt) Dudek and came
here 13 years ago from
Canfield, Ohio.
Mrs. Seinkner was a home-
maker and an avid golfer.
She was a member of Our
Lady of Grace Catholic Church.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 56 years, Joseph M.
Seinkner Sr. of Hernando; son,
Joseph M. Seinkner Jr. and
wife Donna of Youngstown,
Ohio; grandchildren, Jason
Seinkner and wife Joanne of
Warren, Ohio, and Dawn
DeDonato and husband Chris
of Spring Hill; great-grandchil-
dren, Christopher DeDonato
and Dominic DeDonato of
Spring Hill; sisters, Mary
Bevan and Josephine
Watrobski, both of New Castle,
Pa.; and many nephews and
nieces.
Fero Funeral Home, Beverly
Hills.

David
Thornton, 50
CRYSTAL RIVER
David Leason Thornton, 50,
Crystal River, died Sunday,
Nov 18, 2007.
He was the son of James
Clark and Alice Louise
(Waters) Thornton Jr., both
deceased.
He came to this area 23 years
ago from his native Soddy-
Daisy, Tenn.
Mr. Thornton was a master
marine mechanic and an elec-
trical engineer.
He enjoyed boating and was
an avid fisherman.
He was Christian.
Survivors include his wife,
Tess Jamison-Thornton of
Crystal River; stepdaughters,
Rebecca Kean and husband
Walt of Hixson, Tenn., and
Regina Mowery and husband
Kevin of Harrison, Tenn.; step-
grandchildren, Eric Mowery,
Evan Mowery and Ember
Mowery, all of Harrison, Tenn.,
and Rheagan Kean of Hixson,
Tenn.; sister, Mary Katherine
Thornton-Booth and husband
Rick of Soddy-Daisy, Tenn.;
and nephews, Trucker Booth
and Beau Booth, both of Soddy-
Daisy, Tenn.
Fero Funeral Home with
Crematory, Beverly Hills.
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obituaries.

Funeral



William "Bill" Patrick
Atwell. A funeral service of
remembrance will be conduct-
ed at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov.
21, 2007, at the Chas. E. Davis
Funeral Home with Pastor
Thomas Monroe of Stagecoach
Junction Fellowship officiat-
ing. The family will receive
friends in visitation from 1 p.m.
until the time of service. In lieu
of flowers, memorial contribu-
tions may be made to the
Masonic Home of Alma, 1200
Wright Ave., Alma, MI 48801 or
The American Heart
Association, PO. Box 21475, St.
Petersburg, FL 33742.
Rosalia Pellgrin. Friends
may call 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday,
Nov, 20, 2007, at Turner
Funeral Homes Spring Hill
Drive Chapel. A funeral mass
will be held at 10 a.m.
Wednesday, Nov 21, 2007, at St.
Theresa Catholic Church with
Fr. Francis Oman officiating.
Entombment will follow at
Florida Hills Memorial
Gardens.
Clara C. Seinkner. Funeral
mass for Mrs. Clara C.
-Seinkner, 75, Hernando, will be
conducted at 11 a.m.
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Deaths

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Hy Lit, 73
DISC JOCKEY
PAOLI, Pa. Philadelphia
broadcaster Hy Lit, whose
career as a rock disc jockey on
the city's airwaves spanned
half a century, has died. He
was 73.
Lit died Saturday at Paoli
Hospital, said Main Line
Health spokeswoman Frieda
Schmidt, who declined to
reveal the cause of death.
Lit worked for a decade at
WIBG-AM and also worked at
WOGL-FM and other stations.
Known as "Hyski," he was also
master of ceremonies at shows
featuring performers including
the Beatles, the Rolling Stones,
the Beach Boys and Elvis
Presley, and he hosted popular
weekly sock hops with teens.
Lit recently began operating
an Internet station, hylitra-
dio.com.

Harold Alfond, 93
BUSINESSMAN
AUGUSTA, Maine Harold
Alfond, a founder of a shoe
business and philanthropist
who donated tens of millions of
dollars to nonprofit organiza-
tions, has died. He was 93.
Gov. John Baldacci's office
announced Alfond's death. A
spokesman said the governor
spoke to Alfond's family after
his death Friday morning.
A native of Swampscott,
Mass., Alfond was in Maine to
be treated for cancer at the
time of his death. He was plan-
ning to return home to Palm
Beach, Fla.
The founder of Dexter Shoe
Co., Alfond shared his wealth
with the University of Maine, to
which he gave more than $8
million, and other causes from
college and community athlet-
ic centers to a cancer treat-
ment center in Augusta that
bears his name.
The Harold Alfond
Foundation has given more
than $100 million to charitable
causes, said Sen. Susan
Collins, R-Maine. In 2005, it
had more than $50 million in
assets, according to the New
York-based Foundation Center.
Alfond started Dexter Shoe
in 1958 after buying an old
woolen mill in the town of
Dexter At its peak, the compa-
ny manufactured 7.5 million
pairs of shoes annually
The company thrived by
offering a quality shoe for a
reasonable price, but gradually
foreign competition had an
impact on business.
In 1993, Berkshire-Hathaway
Inc. agreed to buy Dexter Shoe
for stock worth about $420 mil-
lion.

Peter Zinner, 88
EDITOR
LOS ANGELES Peter
Zinner, who worked as a film
editor on the first two
"Godfather" films and won an
Oscar for his work on 1978's
"The Deer Hunter," has died.
He was 88.
Zinner died Tuesday at St.
John's Health Center in Santa
Monica of complications from
an almost five-year battle with
non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, his
daughter Katina Zinner said.
Born in 1919 in Vienna, Peter
Zinner, who was Jewish, fled
the Nazis with his family and
moved to the Philippines in
1938. He arrived in Los
Angeles in 1940.
It was Zinner's film editing
work on Francis Ford
Coppola's 1972 groundbreak-
ing mob drama "The
Godfather" that earned him an
Academy Award nomination
with coeditor William
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Letters to the


Downsized to nightmare
Editor's note: The following
letter to Gov. Charlie Crist is
published at the writers'
request
Is there anything that can be
done to help us? We are low-
income seniors who downsized
our home 3 1/2 years ago. We
now pay three times as much in
property taxes than we did in
our old home, and are paying
much more than any of our
neighbors. We are at such a high
plateau of market value on our
home, that downsizing again
would not help much.
This will be with us for the
rest of our lives. We tried to
make you aware of our situation
before the voting deadline, but
our e-mail was not returned.
Instead, on Oct 30 we received
an e-mail from you stating that
"Today is a great day for Florida
homeowners." We think it is nice
that you are trying to help some-
one who wants to buy a $400,000
house, but what about Florida's
low-income seniors? You make
it sound like all the tax
inequities were solved.
This has been a nightmare
since we downsized 3 1/2 years
ago that we would not wish on
anyone. It has been systemati-
cally decided that the local gov-
ernment agencies in Citrus
County needed to raise their
budgets 4 5 percent and tax us
25 percent of our income so that
they can function. What about
our survival?
Our question now is why was
help for low-income seniors left
of the proposed tax package?
Isn't there anyone in the Florida
state government who can see
that help is needed? You are the
only ones who can do anything.
Jacob and Pamela Harris
Crystal River

Nonprofit hospital's role
A recent letter to the editor
concerned the millage we citi-
zens are charged for Citrus
Memorial hospital. He noted all
the reasons why this should not
be, and it amounted to social-
ized medicine.
I have waited for someone
with more knowledge than I to*
respond to the subject; alas, no
one has stepped forward. First,
Citrus Memorial hospital is a
public, nonprofit hospital, char-
tered by the state.
2. Under the charter, the hos-
pital needs to accept any and all
patients who walk in the door;
unlike Seven Rivers or Oak Hill
hospitals, both which are pri-
vate, for-profit hospitals.
3. Private for-profit hospitals
have to accept emergencies; but
once the emergency is con-
trolled, the for-profit hospital
can transfer an indigent or per-
son without insurance or way to
pay the bill to a not-for-profit
hospital, i.e. Citrus Memorial.
4. The millage rate for all
public, not-for-profit hospitals is
set yearly by the government in
Tallahassee. I'm not sure if by
the governor's office or the leg-
islature.
5. Whatever the amount, the
millage rate does not cover the
cost of charges written off to
charitable causes.
6. My opinion is that anyone
who works in the tax collector's
office should know why all taxes
are being imposed. Perhaps
Mrs. Warren will begin to
instruct her employees about
the where and whys of taxes.
7. The CFO of Citrus
Memorial should certainly have
known the purpose and why of
the rate, and if he did not, as it
appeared in the letter, he
should have turned the call over
to Katie Lucas in public rela-
tions or Chris Poole, director of
development
I personally have been a
patient at Citrus Memorial three
times this year. I could not have
asked for better care, from the
nursing staff, the nursing assis-
tants, the pulmonary depart-
ment, housekeeping, food serv-
ice and last but not least, the
wonderful volunteers.
I suggest the letter writer con-
tact one of the two women men-
tioned above or Ryan Beaty,
CEO, to find the correct answers
to his questions before he writes
another letter full of false facts.


Pat Collins
Hernando


Where's the pic?
This is Friday, Nov. 2, and it
shows a picture of the "Pet
Idol" winner accepting a tro-
phy. What was the pet a cat
or a dog? And why wasn't his
picture put in the paper?
Sick of it all
I am so sick of watching TV
and getting phone calls for how
to help the elderly, either to
help you sell your home, help
someone to buy your home, or
insurances or eye exams or
free hearing. Nothing is free.
Who are they joking? We are so
sick of these commercials and
sick of these ads in the paper.
Would you people just get real?
If we need you, we'll call you.
This is sickening. I'm watching
television and all I hear is
about diabetes, heart attacks,
sleep disorders just about
anything you could name. We
don't want to hear about it. We
know what to do. We'll go to
our doctor when we want to.
We are so sick of all these
commercials and everything. Is
that all I'm paying for on this
television? It's just ridiculous.
Give us a break and give us
something decent to watch
besides sex and violence.
Get over it
Can you believe the
Democrats are still calling in
about the vote count of the
election of President Bush?
One states that the Supreme
Court appointed him. Well, the
votes were counted a million
ways and every time they were
counted, Bush won the elec-
tion. You'd think they'd get over
it because they're killing the
country. For the last seven
years, all they've done is a
smear campaign and obstruc-
tion of justice to anything good
that this president or the
Congress could come up with.
The Democrats have been in
power in the Congress and the
House for the last year. Can
you name one accomplish-
ment? All they do is suck the
pork, pass stupid laws and try
to make Bush look bad. The
latest case is the $45 billion
tax increase to fund children.
Ho, ho, ho. They're talking
about illegal .aliens getting free
healthcare on the backs of the
middle class. Well, my back
can't take any more. Get real.
Help the country. Forget your
partisan politics.
Truth hurts
Dr. William Dixon is a fine
outstanding citizen in this
county. The only reason you
might find his columns vile is
because he tells the truth. The
truth hurts.
Fair warning
It certainly would have been
nice if the company hauling
the road hog through Citrus
County notified the residents of
this county. I certainly would
have taken a different route.
Lighten up
I'm calling about the editorial
about the mannequin that was
hung in effigy for Halloween at
a local establishment. Gosh,
guys, you know, it's Halloween.
Lighten up. You know, the politi-
cal correctness and the people
that think this is offensive, man,
you need to really lighten up.
Get a life, man.
Here's your sign
Someone in Friday, Nov. 2's,
Sound Off said they were glad
Sheriff Dawsy was taking over
in Crystal River and someone
with intelligence was coming
there. Well, I don't know how a
deputy made it to sergeant if
he can't read. At 10 a.m.
today, he went into the exit
door at Lowe's.
Hello, wake up
So far everything that I've
bought from China has either
fallen apart, quit working or it's
poison. When are we going to
learn the lesson and cut off
this fantastic dumb action? It's
time we wake up.
Are you serious?
How can another Wal-Mart in
Citrus County be a good thing?
How many Wal-Marts do we
have in this county anyway? I
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another here in Beverly Hills. I
mean that's just disgusting.
Anyone who thinks it's a great
idea needs their head exam-
ined.
Meaning of a word
In reference to the "Teach
the volunteers": Many, many,
many centuries that refers
to, like, hundreds of years, and
this country' hasn't been
around that long with volunteer
firemen. Anyway, it's kind of
curious because I just thought
I'd let you know that.
New uniforms
I just saw last night where
Tampa Bay has new uniforms
- the Tampa Bay Rays, not
Devil Rays now. Well, they show
this by walking down the mod-
eling line showing us their new
outfits and ripping off their
shirts ...
Find out why
To all the people who keep
calling about why we don't
have a Target store here: Why
don't these people take the
time and do some research
and find out the reason. It was
not done by anybody in this
county. Nobody in this county
is trying to stymie or stifle the
fact that we're going to get a
Target in, a Wal-Mart in or a
Red Lobster or whatever. Learn
and study the facts before you
make stupid comments like
you do in the newspaper ...
There are reasons why this has
happened. I spent time and did
the investigating and found out
why. So why don't you folks do
the same thing?
Canned laughter
I'm calling about the writers'
strike in Hollywood. Can we
please just tell them to never
come back so we can get
decent TV without all the
canned laughter? Most people
are smart enough to know
when they should laugh. But
again, you're right there are
a lot of people that don't have


a clue when to laugh unless
there's canned laughter. If you
really want laughter, attend a
county commission (meeting).
Not only will you be humored,
but you might be a little
informed at the same time. So,
writers, stay on strike.
Thanks for help
I just want to call and thank
the people that stopped this
morning. My truck broke down
about five minutes from the
house and on the short walk
back, while I was carrying my
daughter alongside the road,
two people stopped and offered
us rides in that short period of
time, and it was only a five-
minute walk from the house. I
just wanted to say how thankful
I am for the great people we
have in Citrus County and the
wonderful neighbors that I live
with in Citrus Springs.
Magazine covers
I was in a grocery store
today and upon checking out, I
noticed a very popular
woman's magazine in the rack
and it had a plastic folder over
top of it. I pulled the folder
back. A woman model on the
front cover was wearing clothes
you'd see out in the street
every day. I asked the checkout
clerk if that is done on pur-
pose. The clerk said anytime
there's cleavage shown on any
magazine cover, it's got to be
covered by plastic because
someone complained. People,
whoever complained -
whether it be this county or
somewhere get off of your
Victorian morals. This is a
modern country. If you'd ever
traveled to some of the coun-
tries I've been to 27 of them
- what you see here in the
United States is nothing. So if
you do not like what you see in
the stores' magazine racks, I
suggest you move.
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dropout rates across the coun-
try made me realize that since
we have Cypress Creek and the
correctional facility here in
Citrus County, and GEDs count-
ed as graduation, our rates for
graduation in this county are
probably artificially higher thartra
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skate park in the Hernando- 'o
Inverness area. There are three o9
skate parks in all of Citrus, )H
none of which are in any con-
venience to people who live 4
between Hernando to Floral 1
City. The closest one is in .
Beverly Hills, but there are kids
changed over to her married with guns and drugs that are
name. Forty-eight hours after there. In fact, my son's friend ...o
that happened, we started get- got a gun pulled on him. And.
ting magazines in her married the other one in Spring Hill and'
name. I spoke to the supervisor Crystal River are a little too far 1q
there and I got that by the book, to be driving every day, espe-
that they don't give out informa- cially with the rising gas prices.
tion because they're underneath I think the perfect place to put *u
the Privacy Act. Well, that's the a skate park would be to put it dl
only agency we switched the behind the open field across 0o
name from. We didn't even take from Hernando Beach in )1
it to the Veterans Administration Hernando, It's right next to a o9
as of yet. Why is it that they can police station, so you know if "
give out information like that? something happened, it would 10
This is underneath the Privacy be handled properly. I think if allo
Act.. Now I can see why the ter- lot of us parents of skaters and
rorists came through Florida other businesses got together, it92
and got licenses easy. There is a could be possible, o8
situation here that these Thank you, Katie
employees should be checked Thank you, Katie o
and double-checked for giving Katie, Katie, Katie at the 1o
out information like this. When I Regal Cinemas in Inverness: I'd
worked for the phone company, like to thank you for your sin-
two supervisors were released cerity and honesty in returning
for giving out private informa- my wallet with all credit cards
tion, private telephone numbers, and several hundred dollars
SMoldy pumpkin intact. Remember what I told
you what goes around o0
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and on the back page of the much. A grateful snowbird. 6.
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prime sits Friday in a yard in always plead not guilty when
Nashville, Tenn." What is it that they are guilty. How dare they? t
makes this item newsworthy? Now the New York City cop is )w
Surely there is something of saying that he's not guilty for 1o
greater importance going on in doing all what he's done. How
the world somewhere. dare they. What is wrong with so
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Wasting water
Water is essential to all ani-
mals and humans. Without it, all
will die.
Why are people watering
lawns and wasting our precious
resources? To have green
lawns? To have their lawn the
envy of their neighbors?
If the people of SWFWMD
worked very early hours, they
would see for themselves all of
the waste happens. It is so sad
golf courses rule the water. Isn't
it more important to drink and
bathe?
Born and raised in Florida, I
have witnessed the destruction
of a once-beautiful state. I have
seen rivers go completely dry.
Houses built on such small
parcels of land to stay empty.
Sinkholes are around and
always have been here, depend-
ing on water tables. It has
always happened when either
too little or too much rain.
It is unheard of to tell another
state they should let their peo-
ple do without while so many
here waste it That is wrong.
Also with all the technology
there is, why doesn't someone
think of a way to funnel water to
other states from water during
storm seasons? All the rain
could be put in a holding tank
and released when needed not
only to our own state, but every
other state could do it also.
We can learn to help our-
selves and come up with real
solutions. We should not leave
this situation unattended. Think
of your children, grandchildren
or great-grandchildren.
Betty Ann Bunting
Floral City

Simpson trial
So, O.J. Simpson's case is
going to trial. Will the jury that
is picked be able to judge him
fairly? Will they have in the
back of their minds the
thoughts of his acquittal in the
Nichole Brown-Ron Goldman
case?
If the trial were held in Los
Angeles instead of Las Vegas,
would he have a better chance
of getting off?
I have followed his court
case on TV and I doubt if there
is anyone who has not seen or
heard of what has happened in
the hotel room where his lost
possessions were discussed. If
it is true that his friends came
to help him get his stuff back
by use of a firearm, does that
not constitute kidnapping and
armed robbery?
If this is the case and people
do not judge him for his for-
mer trial, this alone could send
him to prison for life. It seems
to me that these accusations
alone can call for a conviction.
B. Dallenger
Inverness

Flip side of impact fees
I am concerned that the
Chronicle has lost its perspec-
tive regarding impact fees.
Gerry Mulligan's editorial in
the Sunday paper clearly indi-
cates that the Chronicle is
attempting to sway public opin-
ion without presenting all sides
of the issue.
The building slump is not just
in Citrus County and, in fact, it
is much worse in other parts of
the country The problem is
multi-faceted. First, the banks
are not giving mortgages as
freely as before. That has
cause aa slowdown in the
resale market This has a rip-
ple-down effect that impacts
people wishing to relocate to
Florida. Locally, we have an
out-of-control county tax and
statewide insurance crisis. The
impact fee often gets rolled into
the mortgage in residential
housing and is a one-time fee.
Taxes and insurance are a year-
ly cost and are often the No. 1
concern when people consider
relocating to an area.
Additionally, there are other
factors such as building costs,
quality of schools, job opportu-
nities and availability of servic-


es, such as medical. Possibly
the Chronicle might want to
help highlight the positives in
the area a bit more instead of
focusing on one possible nega-
tive.
Impact fees are a necessary
evil. Someone has to pay for the
growth. If it is not the new peo-
ple moving in, then it will be
the people already here. It is a
sad fact of life that "there is no
free lunch."
I would suggest that the
Chronicle address the whole
picture rather than just that
which affects them and special
interest groups.

Roger B. Krieger
Beverly Hills


Sound OFF-


Headless deer
On Saturday, Nov. 10, on (State Road)
44 East, there was a large deer carcass on
the sidewalk two miles east of the
boat ramp in Inverness. How C O
could someone waste a whole
deer and just take the head? What
a shame. Plus, it was never picked 't
up all day. I wonder when it was.
Did anyone else notice this or
when it was picked up?


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I just recently got my auto 563
(insurance) bill for the year. On it,
they turn around and say that all
these extras that they're advertising on
TV... about the collision and reducing your
premium ... for collisions or what have
you, or not having any accidents or what
have you, they're all listed as premium,
that there's an extra charge for them. Now
why can (this company) get away with
announcing these things and then making
it look like they're all included in the regu-


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lar premium, that they're not extra? I think
this is fraud. I think something should be
done about it.
Acid tongues
^ Another "Jump on Richard
Wesch Week." Does anyone ever
think about his family? What is
wrong with you people? The facts:
Richard went through the same
training as everyone else, on his
own time after work. His salary is
for legal counsel only. He is pro-
vided a sedan that is used for
0579 work only. He has an SUV as his
own personal car. The title "cap-
tain" comes due to his advanced
education with his law degree. No one
waved a wand. What is wrong with getting
more experience? Advancement comes
with education and hard work. I don't
understand why there are so many acid
tongues out there. Don't put stuff out
there that is not true. Why trash someone
you don't even know? Get your facts
straight. Support the sheriff's (office) for a


job well done. Remember, they protect us.
Three out of four
According to (a letter to the editor) in
Sunday's newspaper, Lyndon Johnson, Bill
Clinton, George Bush and Harry Truman
sent our troops off to war for their own
egos. That's right...Harry Truman, Lyndon
Johnson, Bill Clinton and George Bush
sent our planes out to drop bombs only to
make the weapons manufacturers rich-
er...Three out of four of those presidents
are Democrats.
Absolute power
This is for the city of Crystal River: I
moved to Citrus County from Broward
County, and watched Broward's Sheriff's
Office take over every municipality. I've
watched sheriff after sheriff go down in
shame. This does not represent the sheriff
here in Citrus County; it represents the
fact that absolute power corrupts
absolutely. You put one power in trust of
everything, and the trouble ensues. Keep
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Name Vol (00) Last Chg
Ciligrp 943050 3200 -2.00
CntwdFn 692327 10.57 -1,50
Pf er 565422 22.71 -.68
FordM 492025 7.34 -.36
AT&T Inc 473357 37.75 -1,80

GAINERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Chg
Quanex 48.75 +12.01 +32.7
DowneyFn 33.58 +3.59 +12.0
EnerSys 22.80 +200 +9.6
Xenum 5.84 +.42 +7.7
DoralFnrs 19.00 +1.30 +7.3

LOSERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Chg
Gensco 29.98 -9.25 -23.6
Chiqutawt 2.70 -.60 -18.2
Milacmrsh 3.50 -.68 -16.3
Culplnch 7.80 -1.21 -13.4
Navioswt 9.30 -1.42 -13.2

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Unchanged
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New Lows
Volume


560
2,762
66
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29
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4,011,175,039


MOST ACTIVE ($1 Oft MORE)
Name Vol (00) Last Chg
SPDR 2568425 143.76 -2.03
SPFnd 1298099 29.69 -.82
iShR2Knyal046575 74.66 -1.51
PrUShQQQ 326481 41.06 +1.16
DJIA Diam 208775 129.60 -1.84

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Name Last Chg %Chg
Rentech 2.13 +.37 +21.0
PrUShCh2589.98 +9.45 +11.7
Sunair 2.20 +.20 +10.0
LehJYen wt 7.35 +.66 +9.9
PrUIItSEM n 82.65 +6.47 +8.5

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Name Last Chg %Chg
AdvBattln 4.08 -.97 -19.2
SLInd 17.15 -3.05 -15.1
ACmtPT 19.20 -3.30 -14.7
GenSteeln 9.17 -1.58 -14.7
Sinovac 4.76 -.69 -12.7

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1,038
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Name Vol (00) Last Chg
PwShs 0001822797 49.70 -.58
ETrade 655538 4.71 -.73
Microsoft 620771 33.96 -.13
Intel 509944 25.17 -.34
Level3 436342 3.26 +.07

GAINERS ($2 QR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Chg
Natrol 4.29 +2.02 +89.0
Pharmion 65.12 +15.84 +32.1
Ziopharm 2.83 +.60 +26.9
EchoStar 47.49 +7.66 +19.2
CwlthBio 3.10 +.45 +17.0

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PacEthan 4.43 -1.27 -22.3
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YTD
Name Div YId PE Last Chg %Chg
AT&T Inc 1.42 3.8 20 37.75 -1.80 +5.6
BkofAm 2.56 6.0 10 42.82 -1.55 -19.8
CapCtyBk .70 2.7 15 25.92 -1.43 -26.6
Citigrp 2.16 6.8 9 32.00 -2.00 -42.5
Disney .31 1.0 14 31.25 -1.28 -6.8
EKodak .50 2.1 14 23.38 -.13 -9.4
ExxonMbI 1.40 1.7 12 84.11 -.99 +9.8
FPL Grp 1.64 2.4 20 67.58 -.39 +24.2
FordM ... ... ... 7.34 -.36 -2.3
GenElec 1.12 2.9 18 38.16 -.49 +2.6
GnMotr 1.00 3.7 ... 26.79 -2.48 -12.8
HomeDp .90 3.2 12 28.19 -.88 -29.8
Intel .51 2.0 24 25.17 -.34 +24.3
IBM 1.60 1.6 15 102.22 -2.57 +5.2
Lowes .32 1.4 12 23.12 -1.89 -25.8
McDnlds 1.50 2.6 31 58.60 +.47 +32.2
Microsoft .44 1.3 22 33.96 -.13 +13.7


Motorola .20
Penney .80
ProgrssEn 2.44
RegionsFn1l.52
SearsHIdgs ...
SprintNex .10
TimeWarn .25
UniFirst .15
VerizonCml.72
Wachovia 2.56
WalMart .88
Walgrn .38


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1.9 8
5.2 18
6.4 11
12
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1.5 13
.4 16
4.0 23
6.7 8
1.9 15
1.0 19


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High Low Name Last Chg Chg % Chg %Chg,


14,198.10
5,487.05
537.12
10,387.17
2,562.20
2,861.51
1,576.09
856.48
15,938.99


11,939.61
4,486.60
443.78
8,799.53
1,116.16
2,331.57
1,363.98
736.00
13,769.16


Dow Jones Industrials
Dow Jones Transportation
Dow Jones Utilities
NYSE Composite
Amex Index
Nasdaq Composite
S&P 500
Russell 2000
DJ Wilshire 5000


12,958.44
4,457.97
520.45
9,497.33
2,342.19
2,593.38
1,433.27
750.33
14,462.65


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.20e ABB Ltd 26.06 -1.91
1.08 ACELtd 57.63 -.53
AESCorp 21.78 -,07
.82 AFLAC 61.00 +.34
AGCO 56.62 -1.47
1.64 AGLRes 36.67 -.26
.. AK Steel 40.17 -2.78
AMR 21.38 -1.09
2.30e ASALtd 73.41 -1.31
1.42 AT&TInc 3775 -180
.06r AU Optron 19.00 -.43
1.42e AXA 38.43 -1.65
1.30 AbtLab 54.82 -.39
.70 AberFitc 72.36 -2.65
.. AbEiBowndl7.75 -1.14
.421 Accenture 35.00 -1.79
1.03e AdamsEx d13.24 -.29
.24 AdvAuto 34.71 -.09
AMD 12.07 -.57
Aeropst s 25.98 -.42
.04 Aetna 54.75 -.17
Agilent 35.80 -.92
.121 Agnicog 48.70 -2.20
.11 Agriumg 52.57 -3.22
1.52 AirProd 92.18 -2.65
AirTran 8.77 -.45
.22e AlcatelLuc d7.82 -.30
.68 Alcoa 35.07-1.24
.721 AllegTch 90.40 -3.44
.20 Allergan s 62.75 -1.87
1.64 Alete 41.85 +.18
AlliData 76.80 -.94
1.02a AlliBGIbHi. 12.49 -.02
.60 AlliBInco 8.04 +.05
4.75e AlliBem 73.96 -2.53
..AWasle d11.23 -53
1.52 Allstate 51.20 -1.44
.. AlphaNRs 24.04 -.86
..Alpharma 19.26 -.09
3.00f Altirias u73.84 +.66
.87e AlumChina 51.26 -3.83
.84 AmbacF 25.53 -1.93
2.54 Ameren 52.94 -.07
2.22e AMovilL 57.79 -2.20
.40 AEagleOs 21.51 -.64
1.641 AEP 46.47 +.06
.60 AmExp 57.37 -1.30
.76 AFndRT 7.75 -.31
.80 AmlntGpl If 5535 -109
.64 AmStands 34.07 -1.70
.90a AmSIP3 10.09 -.11
.. AmTower 44.86 -.14
Americdt d10.41 -.53
2.44a Amengas 34.85 -.15
.60 Ameriprise 55.66 -2.84
.30f AmenBrg 43.69 -1.29
.36 Anadarko 56.23 -.80
.72 AnalogDev 31.98 -.63
.52e AnglogldA 42.68 -2.27
1.32 Anheusr 48.74 -1.00
AnnTayfr 30.97 -1.50
.89e Annaly 17.44 +.70
.60 AonCorp 46.41-1.15
.60 Apache 99.49 +.09
2,40 Aptlnv 37.37 -.32
.17 ApplBio 33.17 -.95
.50 AquaAin 21.91 -.18
Aquila 3.98 +.01
1.30 ArcelorMit 68.33 -2.42
.28 ArchCoal 34.98 -.19
.46 ArchDan 36.39 -1.50
.40 AlvMerft d11.01 -.33
1.10 Ashland d48.99 -1.94
.68 AsdEstat 11.54 -.12
.48 Assurant 65.91 +.24


1.301 ATMOS 26.90
AutoNatn d15.79 -.77
1.161 AutoData 48.07 -1.09
3.40 AvalonBay d99.39 -2.50
1.641 AveiyD d50.81 -.63
Avnet 33.91 +.48
.74 Avon 40.88 -.78
.66 AXISCap 36.63 -.24
1.84 BB&TCp d33.12 -.59
.94e BHP BII1LI 70.84 -3.89
.20 BJ Svcs 24.75 -.82
BJs WhIs 34.22 -1.32
BMC0Sft 33.03 -.16
2.54e BPPLC 70.31 -2.14
2.15 BRE 47.21 -.73
2.48 BRT 15.40 -.59
.52 BakrHu 78.34 -2.21
.40 BallCp 44.55 -1.18
.91e BcBiiVArg 23.82 -.62
.171 BcBrades s 30.15 -1.91
.50e Bncoftaus 25.14 -1.45
.75e BcoSantand 21.45 -.37
2.56 BkofAm 42.82 -1.55
.96 BkNYMel 46.24 -.55
2.57e Barclay 40.44-1.60
.30 BarrlckG 38.92 -2.10
.87f Baxter 57.94 -.32
2.16 BaytexEg 18.63 -.27
1.28 BearSt d94.05 -5.02
BearingPt d3.82 -.24
.40 BeazrHm If 9.22 -.23
.98 BectDck u85.30 +1,82
.50 Belo 16.30 -.51
.84 Bemis d26.77 -.76
.20 Berkley 28.27 -.40
.52 BestBuy 48.53 -.31
... BigLots dl19.37 -.50
1.68 BlackD 82.08 -2.47
1.401 BIkHilsCp 41.31 +.48
.45 BIkFLO8 14.61 -.05
I.. Blackstnn 22.16 -.91
.57 BlockHR 19,07 -.43
Blockbstr 3.88 +07
.59e BlueChp 5.56 -.05
1.40 Boeing 88.27-1.72
.44 Borders d11.31 -.55
... BostBeer 31.84 -1.65
2.72a BostProp 94.17 -2.02
... BostonSci 12.21 +.11
.36 Brinkers d23.11 -.68
1.12 BrMySc 2803 +.24
.24 BrdrdgFnn 21.96 +.05
.56 BrkfldPrs d20.69 -.63
.60b Brunswick d19.17 -.74
.68 BungeLt 107.50 -2.52
1.28 BudNSF 8391 -1.91
.16 CAInc 25.50 -.15
CBRBlis d18.75 -.84
1.00 CBSB d26.57 -.61
.08 CF Inds 78.20 -6.69
2.16 CHEngy 43.64 -.03
.04 CIGNAs 48.89 -.52
1.00 CrTGp d27.88 -1.64
.20 CMSEng 16,96 +.33
.56 CSSInds 38.74 -1.04
.60 CSX 41.40 -1.84
.24 CVSCare 41.88 -.33
.12 CabotOs 34.16 -1.11
.28 CallGolf 16.23 -.76
.20 Camecogs 40.53 -1.75
Cameron 90.03 +.70
.88 CampSp 34.94 -.32
.84 CdnNRyg 47.32 -1.16
.34 CdnNRsg 71.67 -1.06
.11 CapOne 51.50 -1.55
2.40 CapMSrce 14.93 -.62
1.26 CapM pfB 12.78 +.11


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CarMaxs 21.45 -.73
1.601 Carnival 43.90 -1.01
1.44 Caterpillar 68.20 -1.24
.16 Celanese 36.43 -1.55
... Celesticg 5.88 -.35
.75e Cemex d25.39 -.73
.68 CenterPnt 17.57 -.09
.16 Centex d20.70 -1.30
4.50 CnlLtpf d79.00 -2.50
.26 CntyTel 41.32 -.48
... ChmpE 8.59 -.47
.01 Checkpnt 24.46 -.47
.20 Chemtura d7.55 -.25
.27 ChesEng 37.77 -.41
2.32 Chevron 85.03 -.95
... Chicos d10.42 -.66
.. ChinaDIg n 28.31 -3.83
.27i ChinaUes 80.39 -3.45
1.12e ChinaMble 81.80 -4A41
... ChlnaNepn18.07 -1.54
1.16 Chubb 52.71 -.60
.. CinciBell 5.01 -.01
.16 CircCity d5.81 -.34
.72a CtadlBr d2.24 -17
2.16 Citlqrp 32.00 -2.00
1.00 CitzComm 12.65 -.24
1.84 CityNC 62.46 -1.03
.75 ClearChan d33.50 -1.00
.50 ClevCliffs 74.65 -5.24
1.60 Clorox 65.56 -.67
.. Coach 34.42 +.10
.24 CocaCE 24.74 -.67
1.36 CocaCI 62.30 -.32
Coeur 3.93 -.17
1.44 ColgPal 77.49 -1.31
.. CollctvBrd 16.86 -.34
.75 ColBgp 16.43 -.50
2.56 Comerica 42.95 -.59
.52 CmcBNJ 35.17-1.15
.36 CmclMits 28.49 -1.29
.34e CVRDs 33.64 -1.76
.34e CVRDpfs 28.62 -1.38
.., CompScif 51.52 -.48
.40 Con-Way 40.22 -.20
.761 ConAgra 23.34 -.43
1.64 ConocPhil 77.13 -1.80
.40f ConsolEngy 50.18 -.77
2.32 ConEd 4750 +.67
.. ConstellA 22.93 -.34
1.74 ConstellEn 97.71 +.43
... CtlAIr B 27.82 -1.76
Cnvrgys 16.80 -.30
.84 Coopers 49.16 -1.68
.42 CooperTire 15.73 +1.06
.20 Coming 2270 -64
.60 CntwdFn d10.57 -1.50
.16p Covidienn 39.08 -.50
CrwnCsde 41.02 -.15
1.00 Cumminss105.79 -6.83
CypSem 31.65 -.97

.78 DNPSelct 10.62 -.08
1.04 DPL 29.04 +.04
.60 DRHortond11.25 -.91
2.12 DTE 48.45 -.05
2.00e Daimler 93.95 -3.78
.12 Danaher 82.06 -.44
.72 Darden 39.45 -.34
Darling 10.10 +.33
... DaVita 58.00-1.54
15.00e DeanFdss 24.71 +.20
2.00f Deere 141.51 -3.55
DeltaAirn 19.01 -.96
.98e DeutTel u22.21 +.47
2.64 DevDv d44.40 -2.01
.56 DevonE 85.64 -.57


.50a DiaOffs 108.81 -.63 .. FairchldS 15.65 -.48
2.05e DianaShip 30.19 -.46 .46 FamilyDIr d21.72 -.41
... : i ;i.1.1 29.01 +.05 2.00a FannleMae 37.58 -3.11
.16 :..1 2... d16.53 -.80 .40 FedExCp d94.05 -2.75
DirecTV 24.57 +.70 .24 FedSignl d11.81 -.33
.06p Discoverndl16.74 -1.02 2.00 Ferrellgs 21.86 +.08
.311 Disney d3125 -128 .58 Ferro 20.61 -1.02
3.16f DomRes 91.03 -.27 120 FidlNFin 14.86 +.04
... Domtargl 7.15 -.26 .20 FidNnfto 42.79 -.18
1.68 DowChm 39.56 -.65 1.63e FstFinFd 11.50 -.40
.48 DowneyFnd33.58 +3.59 1.80 FstHorizon d20.15 -.94
1.641 DuPont d44.83 -.48 1.10f FstMarbs 33.24 +1.78
.88 DukeEgys 19.58 +.14 1.60a FtTrEnEq 15.62 -.29
1.92 DukeRty d27.00 -.50 2.00 FirstEngy 67.74 +.08
... Dynegy 7.89 -.29 ... FleetEn d7.01 -.55
.. E-Housen 22.24 -3.29 .80 Ruor 131.92 -2.96
EMCCo 19.16 -.48 .41e FEMSAs d30.34 -1.10
.. EMCORs d24.98 -2.38 .50 FootLockrd12.89-1.24


.36 EOGRes 83.98 -1.30
1.76 EastChm 60.16 -1.24
.50 EKodak 23.38 -.13
1.72 Eaton 85.29 -2.09
1.90 EVTxMGIon 16.55 -.08
1.16 Edisonint 54.51 -.09
.16 BPasoCp 16,02 -.17
... Ban 22.86 -.38
.20 EDS d20.25 +.50
1.201 EmersnEls 53.76 -1.21
1.28 EmpDist 23.58 -.04
3.80f EnbrEPtrs 52.42 +.13
.80 EnCana 66.78 -1.26
2.61e Endesa 53,38 -.53
... EnPro 31.64 -.99
.10 ENSCO 52.30 -.84
3.00 Entergy 118.11 +.41
1.85 EqtyRsd 36.48 -1.28
1.76 Exelon 79.82 +.02
1.40 ExxonMbl 84.11 -.99
FMCTchs 55.15 +.61
1.64 FPLGrp 67.58 -.39


... FordM 7.34 -.36
... ForeslLab 35.87 -.98
.57e Fortress n 17.03 -.09
1.68 FortuneBr 78.27 -1.65
2.00 FredMac d37.50 -3.22
1.25 FMCG 92.50 -7.54
.20 FdedBR d3.09 -.28
.20 FrontierOil 45.48 +.57
10.99r Frontline 40.62 +.66

.96 GATX d3543 -1.82
... GLGPtrs 13,41 -.37
.80a GabelliET 8.92 -.10
.. GabHlthW 6.85 -.16
.72 GabUtil 9.10 -.12
GameStop s 52.99 -2,01
1.60 Gannett d37.49 -2.05
.32 Gap 19.68 -.41
... Genentch 75.14 +.15
1.16 GenDynam 88.45 -1.30
1.12 GenElec 38.16 -.49
2.00f GnGrthPrp 46.99 -1.80


1.56 GenMills 55.95 -1.48
1.00 GnMotr d26.79 -2.48
1.31 GMdb32B 18.99 -.65
1.56 GM db33 20.49 -1.07
... Gensco d29.98 -9.25
.401 Genworth 25.23 -.33
1.50 GaPw8-44 24.23 +.03
.68e Gerdau 28.45 -1.58
..Gianntnn 14.88 -.62
.90 GlobalSFe 79.16 -.89
.26e GoldFLtd 17.09 -.65
.18 Goldcrpg 30.63 -1.58
1.40 GoldmanS 220.54 -4.71
.90f Goodrich 70.02 -1.91
Goodyear 26.23 -100
GrafTech 15.85 -.24
.521 GraniteC d32.68 -1.04
... GrantPrde 45.26 -183


1.66 GtPlainEn 3033 +.24
... Griffon 13.35 -.54
.52e GuangRy 33.89 -.77
.321 Guess s 40.48 -2.43
.84 HRPTPrp d8.40 -.11
4.35e HSBC 8486 -2.45
.36 Hallhbrtn 36.34 -.68
.91e HanJS 12.95 -.06
.58a HanP(Dv2 9.81 -.22
... Hanesbrds 28.84 -.70
.401 Hanoverlns 43.34-1.13
1,20f HarleyD 47.11 -.77
HarmonyG 10.06 -.27
1.60 HarrahE 86.38 -.92
2.12 HartfldFn 89.23 -3.77
3.60 HarvstEng 22.35 -.97
.64 Hasbro 26.98 -.47.
1.24 HawajiEl 22.48 +.37
2.64 HItCrREIT 42.45 -1.10
10.00e HItMgis 6.15 -.13
1.54 HlthcrRlty 23.93 -.57
HeclaM 11.11 -.04


1.52 Heinz 45.00 -.64
.37e HelInTel 18.10 -1.01
.18 HelmPayne 34.16 +.08
.20 Hercules 17.90 -.83
1.19 Hershey d38.88 -.74
Hertz 17.31 -.26
.40 Hess 67.93 -.01
.32 HewlettP 49.44 -1.31
1.70 HighwdPrp 31.98 -.93
.90 HomeDp 2819 -88
1.00 HonwIlntl 54.76 -1.12
.44 HorizLns d22.69 -1.21
3.08f HospPT d35.81 -.68
.80a HostHotls d18.25 -.58
.. HovnanE d8.50 -.62
Humana 71.77 -.79
.40 Hunlsmn 23.95 -.60
.50e ICICI Bk 59.44 -3.43


1,90e ING d37.02 -1.49
.87e iShBrazil 8020 -395
.32e ISh HK 20.86 -.64
.10e iShJapan 13.23 -,.23
.33e iShKor 64.97 -2.97
.20e iShMalasia 12.41 -.16
.31e iShSing 13.59 -.40
.31e iShTaiwan 15.52 -.48
1.31e iShChin25 169.55 -8.82
2.59e iShSP500 144,04 -2.16
1.58e iShEmMkt 146,71 -7.09
1.53e iShEAFE 79.17 -2.15
3.20e iShREst 68.65 -1.34
.49e iShSPSmI 64.25 -1.28
3.48f IStar 27.24 -1.56
.56 ITTCorp 61.50 -1.04
1.20 Idacorp 34.10 +.23
1.37 Idearcn d20.28 -.39
.48 IDEXs 34.10 -2.88
1.12 ITW 53.98 -.47
.64 Imation 19.55 -.25
1.00m Indymac d9.25 -.82


... Inlineon d11.65 -.25
.72 IngerRd 48.12 -.68
... IngrmM 19.82 -.46
2.64 InlegrysE 50.46 -.70
... IntcntlEx u180.25 +5.21
1.60 IBM 102.22 -2.57
.56f IntGame 40.95 -.96
1.00 InIPap 33.18 -.93
... Interpublic 9.27 -.01
... IronMtns 35.72 -.14

... JCrew 34.97 -4.15
1.52 JPMoroCh 4137 -172
,28 Jabil d17.71 -.10
JacobsEs 76.23 -1.67
.04 JanusCap 32.48 -1.72
.50 Jefleries 23.86 -.53
1.66 JohnJn 67.59 -.16
.521 JohnsnCti s 36.05 -2.06
.56 JonesApp 18.59 -.59
1.00 KB Home d23.42 -1.63
... KBRInc 34.15 -2.34
.60 Kaydon 49.56 -1.36
1.24 Kellogg 52.44 -.33
.64 Kellwood 16.30 -1.60
... KemetCp d6.29 -.22
KeyEngyn 13.77 -.08
1.46 Keycorp d25.02 -.48
2.12 KimbClk 68.68 -.47
1.60 Kimco 37.27 -.57
3.521 KindME 50.11 +15
... KingPhrm 9.93 -.05
... Kinross g 16.90 -.54
.12 KnightTr 14.57 +.04
... Kohls 47.59 -2.09
1.081 Kraft 32.30 -21
KrispKrm d2.62 -.25
.30 Kroger 28.31 -.34
... LDKSoln 35.25 +.12
.06j LLERy 1.89 +.04
... LSICorm 591 -14
1.50 LTCPrp 21.91 -.27
.48 LaZBoy 7.10 -.06
LabCp 71.09 +1.37
1.46 Laclede 33.90 -.72
.. LVSands 110.49 -8.27
.. LearCorp 29.57 -2.00
.96 LeggMasond70.15 -1.58
1.001 LeggPlat 20.05 -.11
.60 LehmanBr 60.55 -183
.64 LennarA d17.57 -1.67
... Lexmark 36.64 +.73
.61e LblyASG 5.40 -.08
1.70 UllyEli d50.77 -1.04
.60 ULimited d17.54 -.83
1.66 ULincNat 58.29 -1.47
.28 Lindsay 46.88 -1.07
... LiveNatn 15.61 -.62
.23 LIzClaib d24.53 -1.31
1.681 LockhdM 111.23 -.14
.25 Loews 44.45 -.73
.60 LaPac 15.44 -.29
.32 Lowes d23.12 -1.89
.60j Luminent 1.25 +.04
.. LundinM s 9.57 -.92
.90 Lyondell 46.70 -.26

2.80 M&TBk d88.28 -1.12
1.36 MBIA 34.49 -2.70
.58 MDU Res 26.28 -.34
... MEMC 67.91 -3.51
.48 MCR 8.21 +.00
.10m MGIC 20.92 -.92
... MGMMir 87.24 -1.38
.72 MSCInd 40.26 -3.41
.52 Macys d27.30 -1.02


... Madeco 12.57 -.83
1.44 Magnalg 86.86 -2.56
.08 Manitows 38.82 -1.00
.68 ManorCare 64.45 +.38
.96f Manulifgs 40,03 -.82
.96 Marathons 56.33 -.94
.30 MarlntA d34.31 -1.33
.76 MarshM 25.08 -.29
.. Marshllsn 30.05 -.86
.. MStewrt d9.93 -.57
.92 Masco 22.26 -1.08
.20f MasseyEn 28.62 +.07
.60 MaslerCrd 181.90 -2.97
MaterialSci d8.08 -.31
.671 Mattel d19.72 -.14
McDermls 49.88 -.13
1.501 McDnds 58.60 +.47
.82 McGrwH 48.40 -.53
.24 McKesson u66.16 -.67
McAfeelf 35.70 -1.04
.. MedcoHIth 97.28 +.78
.50 Medtmic d45.25 -.52
1.52 Merck 58.25 -.13
1.40 MenillLyn 5387 -224
.74f MetUle 62.65 -1.32
... MetroPCSn17.60 -1.05
MicronT d8.84 -.31
2.42 MidAApt 48.57 -1.04
Midas 16.95 -.11
Millipore u81.16 -.57
Mirant 36.91 -.61
MitsuUFJ 8.41 +.03
MobileTel 88.45 -2.46
.64 MolCoorBs 51.00 -1.37
.20 MoneyGrm 14.40 -.46
.701 Monsanto 90.86 -3.42
.32 Moodys d36.91 -1.20
1.08b MorgStan 51.13 -1.77
6.84e MSEmMkt 30.98 -1.46
... Mosaic If 59.34 -4.30
.20 Motorola 16.04 -57
.24 Mylan d1325 -.40
NCRCps 24.55 -.60
NRGEgys 39.52 -.10
.40 NYMEX 122.39-2.02
1.00 NYSEEur 80.54 -4.47
... Nabors 27.08 -.70
.14 NalcoHId 22.33 +21
1.64 NatCity 20.37 -.25
1.24 NatFuGas 48.66 -.08
,2.98e NaiGdd 81.18 -1.14
... NOilVarcs 65.35 +.91
.24f NatSemi 22.41 -.14
.27 Navlos 14.33 -1.35
Navteq 76.11 -.49
.21a NewAm 1.75 -.03
1.52 NJRscs 48.93 +.20
1.00 NYCmlyB 17.54 -.33
.92 NYTimes d17.98 -.83
.84 NewellRub 28.01 +.06
.40 NewmtM 48.57 -1.12
... NwpkRsIf 5.39 -.05
.12 NewsCnA 20.37 -.38
.10 NewsCpB 21.32 -.44
.92 NiSource 17.92 -.05
1.86 Nioor 41.29 -.50
.921 NikeBs 62.00 -.64
.16 NobleCps 50.37 -.59
.48 NobleEn 72.50 +.77
.56e NokiaCp 38.24 -.12
.54 Nordstrm d30.52-1.99
1.04 NorflkSo 49.47 -.97
... Nortellfrs 17.42 -1.09
.80 NoestUt 32.40 +.23
1.48 NorthropG 79.22 -1.23
... NwstAIrn 17.95 -1.28
1.30 NSTAR 34.70 +.10


AMERIAN TCKEcAN


Div Name Last Chg
.42 AbdAsPac 5.99 -.02
.471 AdmRsc 27.15 -.43
AdvBattn d4.08 -.97
Adventrx .57 -.07
Aurizong 3.93 -.09
... BPZResn 9.77 -.68
BirOhMlg .60 -.07
CanArgo h d.35 -.09
CanyonRes .44 +.06
.01 CFCdag 10.41 -.10
.. ChenlereEn 36.03 -2.73
... ChinaDirn 8.93 -.72


... ChinHidAundlO00 -.02
.05e ClayBRIC 50.40-2.30
.82 CoinmchA 13.05 +.09
.48f CommSys 10.72 +.07
... CovadCm .89 -.05
... Crystallxg 2.70 -.15
2.61e DJIADiam 129.60 -1.84
.74 EVInMu2 d13.66 -.13
... EdorGIdg 5.47 -.26
... EliJrGam 4.05 -.33
1.15e ElswthFd 7.85 -.20
... EvgmEnya 3.59 -.10
... FiveStar 8.90 -.11


.45 RaPUtil 11.47 -.16
... GamGkig 7.76 -.29
... Glenrcmg .23 -.02
... GoldStra 318 -02
... GreyWolf d522 -23
1.10e iSAsdanya 30.84 -.80
.28e iSCannya 31.52 -.81
.51e iShGernya 33,92 -.74
.46e iShMexnya 54.60 -2.21
... iShSilver 140.71 -2.69
1.32e iShSP100 cbo67.23-1.07
4.10e iSh20Tnyau93.01 +.60
3.47e iShl-3Tnyau82.26 +.27


3.19e iSRMCVnya139.60-2.64 .12e MktVGokd 45.45 -1.50
.60e iSRMCGnya109.81-1.91 ... Matritchh .10 -.01
1.37e iShRsMdnya101.39-1.74 ... Merrimac 9.87 -.06
... iShNqBio 81.11 -1.40 ... Metalico 10.13 -.80
3.07e iShC&SRInya83.35-2.01 ... MetroHlIth 2.27 +,04
1.95e iSR1KVnya 79.05 -1.52 ... Miramar 6.48 -.04
.54e iSR1KGnya 59.32 -.85 ... NthgtMg 3.15 -.08
1.32e iSRus1lKnya78.18 -1.24 ... NovaGldg 18.29 -.74
1.42e iSR2KVnyad70.34 -1.66 1.37e OilSvHT 179.10 -3.14
.46e iSR2KG nya80.99 -1.82 ... Oilsands g 5.35 -.33
84e iShR2Knva 7466 -151 ... On2Tech .98 -.03
... Invemss 61.15 -.60 ... Orezoneg 1.23 -.02
... LadThalFn 2.03 ... 2.21e PhmHTr 79.90 -.85


... PionDril 11.92 -.04
... PwshDB 30.55 +.23
.24e PwShChina 30.72 -1.34
.04e PwSCInEn 22.65 -1.05
.15e PwSWtr 20.41 -.74
1.94e PrUShS&P 57.30 +1 84
7.82e ProUilDow 85.50 -261
1.98e PrUIShDow 53.08 +1.43
2.67e PrUShMC 58.31 +2.01
5.43e ProUltQQQ 9912 -259
1.77e PrUShQQQ 4106 +116
4.56e ProUtSP 83.40 -2.52
PrUShCh25 89.98 +9.45


1.24e PrUShREn109.80 +4.85
.62e PrUShOGn 44.50 +.80
1.21e PrUShFn n 102.40 +5.61
.85e ProUltFn n42.70 -2.30
.96e ProUSR2Kn74.79 +3.10
.50e ProUltR2Kn 59.51 -2.70
... Questcor 4.60 -.40
5.71r RegBkHT d131.69 -2.79
... Rentech 2.13 +.37
1.16e RetailAT 92.70 -2.06
.59e RdxSPEWV 46.67 -.89
.28e SodrHome d1905 -99
2.29e SpdrKbwBkd45.10 -.98


1.52e SpdrKbwRB37.69 -1.11 .22e SPTech 25.80 -.52
.14e SDdrRed d3412 -1.04 1,11e SPUI 41.80 +.12
.44r SemiHTr d32.22 -.57 ... Taseko 4.86 -.38
... Sinovac 4.76 -.69 .39 TelData 63.85-1.25
2.74e SPDR 143.76 -203 ... 3Parnya d14.00 -1.75
1.99e SPMid 152.12 -2.36 ... Tucowsg .79 +.03
.81e SPMals 39.12 -1.05 ... USGoldn 3.99 -.21
.55e SPHIthC 35.34 -.20 ... USNGFdn 40.04 -.95
.58e SPCnSt 28.37 -.20 ... USOilFd 74.49 +.59
.35e SPConsumd33.26 -.75 1.34e VangEmg 105.00-2.98
.77e SPEnoy 7145 -121 ... WstGldfgn 3.40 -.12
.88e SPFnd 29.69 -.82 ... Westmlnd 18.09 -.16
.66e SPInds 38,25 -.56 ... WilshrEnt d3.85 -.11


.44a Nucor 50.62 -1.84
.65 NvFL 12.40 +.09
.70a NvIMO 13.13 +.01
1.14 NvMulSI&G 10.71 -.19
1.03a NuvQPf2 10.82 +.06
1,36 OGEEngy 35.75 +.31
1.00 OcciPet 68.01 -.49
...Och-Zff nd25.73 -2.27
... OffcDpt 18.80 -.34
.64 OldRepub 14.35 -.62
.80 Olin 19.13 -.04
.09 Omncre 26.49 -.44
.30 Omnicms 46.94 -.06
4.041f ONEOKPt 63.75
.40 OshkoshT d46.37 -1,14
... Owensill 42.21 -1.36

1.44 PG&ECp 44.51 +.04
.21 PMIGrp 11.47 -1.18
2.52 PNC 69.00 -.67
.92 PNMRes 22.32 +.06
2.08 PPG 65.43 -1.36
1.22 PPLCorp 49.23 +.08
1.201 PackAmer 29.23 -1.48
Pactiv d23.65 -.85
.48 PallCp If 36.44 -.05
ParkDd 7.53 -.38
.84 ParkHans 77.86 -.51
.24b PeabdyE 50.77 -1.64
2.70 Pengrthg 18.09 -.21
1.721 PennVaRs 24.99 -.04
.80 Penney d41.28 -1.91
.27 PepBoy 13.97 -.15
.56 PepsiBott 40.94 -.31
1.50 PepsiCo u75.08 +.93
.52 PepsiAmer 33.13 -.42
1.32e Prmian 15.49 +.17
Petrohawk 16.71 -.56
1.36e PetrbrsAs 86.26 -3.79
1.36e Petrobrss 100.96-4.81
1.16 Pfizer d22.71 -.68
1.00 PiedNG 25.51 -.05
.78 PimcoStrat 9.57 -.09
2.10 PinWst 42.55 -.35
1.40f PitnyBw 38.50 +.38
.. PlainsEx 49.15 -.20
1.68 PlumCrk 42.39 -.83
1.36 Polaris 46.12 -.59
.20 Polo RL d63.73 -2.88
1.80 PostPrp 38.64 -.10
.40 Potash s 107.57 -5.48
1.20 Praxair 79.23 -3.18
... Pridelnt 32.25 -1.19
.90f PdnFncl 64.19 -2.12
1.40 ProctGam u72.82 -.37
2.44 ProgrssEn 47.37 +.33
.04a ProgsvCp 17.93 -.28
1.84 ProLogis 67.65 -1.38
.28 ProsStHiln 2.81 -.03
1.44 ProvETg 11.80 -.29
1.151f PrudentI 95.22 -2.51
2.34 PSEG 92.75 +.39
1.00 PugetEngy 28.01 -.12
.16 PulteH d11.80 -1.04
.39 PHYM 6.77 +.11


.49 PIGM 9.24 +.tl
.36 PPrIT 6.13 +.00
.56 Quanex 48.75+12.81
... QuanlaSvc 26.32 -.50'
.49 Questars 53.72 +.01/
... Quiksilvr d10.53 -.0
... QweslCm 638 -2.94
... RH Donl d41.00 -1
.76f RPM 18.31
.08 Radian 11.46-1.
.25 RadioShk 18.50
... Ralcorp 60.45 -2.
.12 RangeRs 40.00
.40 RJamesFn 29.24-2.
2.00 Rayonier 45.13 -"e'
1.02 Raytheon 61.14 4-'0'
1.63 Rltylnco 28.72 -rl'
RedHat 18.91 -5.
1.20a RegalEnt 19.71 -'.1
1.52f RegionsFn d23.77 -.551
... ReliantEn 25.71 -.081
.98e Repsol 36.37 -1.411
... RetallVent d6.90 -.361
... Revlon 1.09 +.911
3.40 ReynidAm 64.50 +.
... RiteAld d3.52 -.S
.40 RobtHalf d25.25 -.-
1.48 RoHaas d47.21 -
.40 Rowan 35.63 -
.60 RylCarb 39.71 -
2.81e RoyDShllA 79.95 -
1.88e Royce 17.75
1.47 Royce pfB 22.37 -
.84 Ryder d41.12-2.4
.48 Ryland 24.11 -1.881

... SAIC 1951 -A
.62e SAPAG 50.74
1.76 SCANA 41.99 +.J1
SKTlcm 29.23 ".
2.80 SLGreen 101.22 --6
1.00 SLMCp d36.50 -25.
.30e STMicro 15.87
.28 Safeway 32.31 -'.
.48j SJoe d29.07- 1
SUude 38.76 -
Saks 20.13 -.88i
... Salesforce 54.09 -3.%q
SallyBtyn 8.34 -.7T
2.37e SJuanB 34.62 -.8
.421 SaraLee 15.81 inI
.26 SchergPI 29.60 -.3f8
.70 Schlmbrg 91.52 -1.9T
.40 SeagateT 26.15 -.481
.40 SealAirs d22.88 -.S7,
.08 SecCapAs d5.54 -1e
1.24 SempraEn 60.90 +.7,
.72 Sensient 27.36 -1.
.161 ServiceCp 13.81 +.
1.26 Sherwin 59.79 -1.8
.32 SierrPac 17.39 +,0
SilvWhtng 14.50 -.W,
3.36 SimonProp 9123 -3.6
.72 SmithAO d32.90 -.91
.40 Smithilntl 60.77-1i.8
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NADA ATIOALMRE


DIv Name Last Chg

.. ABXAir 4.10 -.10
.. ACMoore 16.31 -.14
ADCTeIr 15.90 -.46
... AMISHk 8.08 -.10
APPPhm 12.03 +.02
.14p ASMInt 23.30 -.84
ASML Hid 32.21 -.82
ATPO&G 46.70 -1.11
ATSMed 1.64 -.04
Aastrom d.86
Abaxis u32.45 -1.05
.. AcaclaTc d10.02 -1.35
.. AcadiaPh 10.96 -.32
Accurayn 15.38 +.08
.20p Acergy 22.56 -1.65
.. ActivePwr 2.07 +.01
.. AclMsn 20.38 +.21
Actuate 7.76 -.10
.24 Acxiom 12.42 -.50
AdamsResp 42.67 -1.48
... Adaptec 3.35 -.08
AdobeSy 42.47 +.28
.36 Adtran 22.08 -.44
AdvATech 10.42 -.42
AdvLfSc 2.08 +.07
.71 AdvantaAs 11.84 -36
.85 AdvantaBs 12.88 -.55
Affymetix d20.49 -.71
.12 Agilysys 13.85 -.07
AirMedian d18.17 +.18
AkamaiT 35.81 -.34
1.64 AlaNBcp 77.47 -.72
.60 Aldila 16.49 -.43
... Alexion 71.48 -2.32
... AlignTech 15.53 -.34
Alkerm d12.85 -.56
... Allscripts 17.30 -.71
AInylamP 32.49 -1.47
AltairNano 4.14 +.02
.16 AlteraCpif 18.68 -.22
... Alvarion 9.55 -.24
.10 AmTrstFn 11.97 -.24
... Amarinh d.43 +.13
SAmazon 7918 +58
... AmerB .69
4.00f AmCapStr 37.55 -1.37.
ACmcdLnn 14.00 +.10
.. AmerMed 13.07 -.40
.12 AmRalilcar 14.98 -1.06
... AmSupr 23.51 -2.38
... Armoen 5466 -.83
AmkorTIf d8.16 -.54
Amytin 38.67 -1.97
Anadigc 12.78 -.32
.40 Anlogoi 53.66 -1.05
.. Analysts d1.48 -.12
.. Andrew 14.57 -.05
Angiotchg 4.01 -.10
57e AngloAm 29.28 -2.47
Ansyss 38,.39 +.10
ApolloGrp 73.39 -3.19
2.08f Apollolnv 18.02 -.56
Apple Inc 163.95 -244
.221 Applebees 24.44 -.06
.24 ApidMall 1830 -25
AMCC 2.42 -.03
... ArenaPhm 8.24 -.61
1.68f AresCap 15.20 -.43
AriadP 4.58 -.22
... Arbalnc 10.92 -.60
.60 ArkBest d22.72 -.79
08e ArmHId 7.97
Aris 9.90 -.49
ArtTech 4.02 -.15
... ArthroCr 57.99 -.91
ArubaNetn 15.11 -.12
.. AscentSol 16.32 -1.19
AspenTchif 15.41 -.25
Asprevag 25.42 -.05
1.24 AssodBanc 26.64 -.30
AthrGnc d.71 +.01
Atheros 28.87 -1.12
Atmel 472 -,93
.. AudCodes 5.46 -.34


... Audvox 12.51 -.05
Autodesk 46.07 -.34
Avanex 1.52 -.01
AvanirP 1.67 -.17
AvoctCp 24.53 -.47.
... Aware 5.08 -.03
Axcelis 4.31 -.08
BEAero 43.69 +.59
BEASyslf 1568 -67
Baiducom 307.48 -7.51
BallardPw 4.55 -.43
.34 BankMut d10.27 -.15
.02 BnkUtd 6.62 -.73
... BareEscent 24.84 -.14
... BasinWtr 6.25 -.49
BeaconPw 1.63 -.17
... BeacnRfg 8.04 -.55
.25 BeasleyB 7.03 +.14 .
.20 BebeSbts 12.65 -.48
BedBath 30.82 -.59
.. Bldz.comn 17.78 +.93
Biogenldc 70.25 +.21
BioMarin 26.03 -.69
... Biomirah .51 -.02
Biopure rs .68 -.02
... lkboard 39.73 -1.83
... BlueCoats 33.13 -1.20
... BlueNile 73.55 -6.53
... BluPhoenx 15.97 -2.81
.56 BobEvn 30.35 -.55
.20 BonTon d12.39 -1.56
... Bookham 2.45 -.07
... Borland d3.35 -.21
.36 BostPrv 2656 -.41
.. Brightpnt 16.56 -.99
Broadcom d28.51 +.04
... BrcdeCm 7.74 -.17
... BroncoDrl 15.82 +.65
.34a BridneB 9.51 -.31
... BrooksAuto 12.84 -.65
.20 Bucyrus 76.26 -3,08
BIdrFstSrc 7.09 -.14
BusnObj 60.45 -.25
C-COR 11.43 -.46
CDCCpA 5.70 -.27
.881f CH Robins 45.85 -.77
CMGI rs d9.96 -.53
... CNET 7.77 -.10
... CNinsurend15.90 -1.38
CSGSys d17.26 -.26
... CVThera 9.39 -.57
.34b CVBFncl 10.35 -.65
... Cadence d16.69 -.45
.05 Cal-Maine 23.59 -.82
.44 CalmsAst 29.02 -.94
... CalPizzas 15.38 -.55
... CdnSolar u16.30 -1.46
.70 CapCtyBk 25.92-1.43
CpstnTrb 1.23 -.01
Cardiomg 10.26 -.30
CareerEd 29.77 -.98
.401 CarverBcp di4.98 +.48
.26 Caseys 29.16
.42 CathayGen 27.44 -1,04
.. Cavium n 23.92 -1.28
.. Cbeyond 38.52 -2.88
... Ceene 6400 -90
CellGens d2.38 -.13
CentlCom 9.30 -.12
... CentEuro 49.46 -.54
... CenGardns d6.33 -.26
... CnGardAnd6.15 -.49
... CentAl 50.57-1.82
... Cephln 74.05 -1.45
Cepheid 21.33 -.94
... Ceradyne d43.22 -2.27
... CeragonN 12.83 +.17
SCemer 54.25 +.11
... CharlRsse 14.31 -.73
... ChrmSh 6.52 -.31
... Charlnds 27.35-1.16
ChartCm 1.28 +.02
Chattem 67.17 -.42
... ChkPoint 21.40 -.29
ChkFree 47.52 -.12
Cheesecake 2247 -.20
ChildPiclf 2462 -1.19


... ChinaBAK 3.94 -.12
... ChlFnOnI 27.25 -1.55
.40p ChinaMed 40.81 -.85
... ChinaPrecn 4.57 -.52
... ChlnaSunn 7.56 -.47
... ChinaTcF 6.05 -.28
... ChlnaTDvIf 6.07 -.87
... ChipMOS d4.90 -.25
... Chordntrs 9.17 -.09
.50 ChrchllD 50.21 -.63
... ClenaCorp 40.45 -3.01
1.42 CinnRn 40.20 -.27
.391 Cintas d32.11 -.87
... Cirrus 5.67 +.08
... Cisco 29.43 -.51
1.16 CitzRep 13.61 -.52
... CitrixSys u37,38 -.44
... CleanEnn 16.48 -1.40
... CleanH 53.94 -.70
... Clearwiren 13.33 -.16
... CogentC 21.90 -1.60
Cogent 11.87 -.24
.. CogTechs 30.52 -.88
.. Cognosg 57.40 +.08
ColdwtrCrk 7.88 -.20
ColeyPhm 7.82 +.01
1.00e Comarco d5.29 +.16
Comcasts 19.35 -.54
Comross 1921 -51
CmTouchh 2.11 -.03
... CompCrd 12.83 -.19
.. Compuwre 9.00 -.26
C. omtchGr 18.19 -.24
Concepts 18.52 -.49
ConcurTch 30.27 -1.36
C.. ConcCm d.93 -.08
... Conexant 1.18 -.01
... Conmed 24.75 +.07
... ConthC 16.50 -.07
1.00a CorusBksh 9.25 -.13
... CostPlus 3.00 -.25
.58 Costco 66.46 -.34
CredSys 2.07 -.09
Creeinc 21,85 -.73
... Cross 39.22 -3.07
.. Ctrip.com s 55.99 -4.74
CubistPh 19.80 -.56
... CuraGen 1.28 +.04
.. Cyberonics 12.70 +.25
CybrSrce 15.01 -.72
Cynosure 27.63 -.31
CytRx 3.49 +.08
Cytogen h .64 -M02

.07f Daktronics 21.11 +.18
.. Dankah .37 -.01
DataDom n 25.71 -1.29
... DayStar 4.20 -.25
... DealrTrk 40.65 -2.34
... DeckOut 120.82 -8.04
... decdGenet 3.77 +.17
... Dell Inc 26.62 -.29
.20 DeltaFnd 1.60 +.07
... DItaPtr 14.55 -.18
... Dndreon 5.94 -.34
... Dennys 3.96 -.15
.18f Dentsply 42.19 -.11
... Depomed 2,48 +.14
DigRiver d40,16-1.69
DiscHoldA 22.83 -.42
DiscvLabs 2.41 -.12
... DvX 17.52 '+.40
DllrTree d26.21 -.42
... DressBarn 13.90 -22
.80 DryShlps 84.68 -4.43
Dynavax 5.01 -.16
... ETrade 4.71 -.73
eBay 32.21 -.53
... eHealth u34.63-1.36
... EZEM 20.72 +.04
2.00 EagleBulk 26.02 -1.04
.. ErthUnk 7.15 -.12
.40 EstWstBcpd27.75 +01
.. EchelonC 15.04 -.30
... EchoStar 47.49 +7.66
... EdgePet d6.35 -.39


.221 EduDv 5.91 -.09
... ectSci 19.84 -.31
... EctrgIs 1.56 +.02
EectArts 55.75 -.82
EFII 21.74 -.41
... Emcoreh 8.08 -.66
... EmmisCs d3.93 -.33
.08 EncorW di1730 -.51
... EncysiveP .67 +.07
... EndoPhrm 26.76 -.68
... EngyConv 26.72 -.53
., Enlegris 8.60 -.32
.. Entrust 1.90 +.11
... EnzonPhar 9.16 -.29
... EpicorSft 11.02 -.24
... Equinix 101.01 -3.35
.74e ErcsnT 28.53 -.44
SEvrgrSIr 13.07 -.59
... Exar d9.64 -.17
... Exelixis 8.65 -.12
... ExIdeTc 6.02 -.38
... Expediah 29.57 -1.28
.28 ExpdInti 43.93 -.54
... ExpScnps u65.91 +.53
... ExtrmNet 3.73 -.17
... Ezcorps 12.52 -.25
... F5Netwksd28.83 -.86
... FCStones 39.55 +,99
... FLIRSys 63.05 -.78
.46f Faslenal 37.85 -1.26
... RberTowr d2.15 -.42
1,68 RfthThird d27.51 -.30
... Fnisarif d1.75 -.06
.05j FnUne 3.42 +.06
1.18 FMidBc 31.23 -.87
.56 FstNiagara 12.29 -.37
... FstSolar 215.76 +313
1.16 FstMert 19.21 -.67
... Fiserv 51.57 -1.08
,., Rextrn 11.92 -.06
., Rowlnt 7.41 +.01
... FocusMda 57.15 -2.05
.. ForcePron 14.36 -.66
... FormFac 38,11 -1.06
... Fossillnc u41.30 -.08
,. FosterWh 137.49 -3.01
.. FoundryN 18.38 -67
FmkBTX d5.60 -1.01
... FrntrAir 5.99 -.18
.68f FrontFnd d18.38 -.62
... FuelTech 23.06 -.27
... FuelCell 8.89 -.32
.60 FullonFncl 11.70 -.47

,, GMarket 20.86 -.37
.75f Garmin 93.52 -3.99
... Gemstar 5.51 -.19
... GenBiotc 1.76 +.01
., GenesMcr d5.42 -.25
... Gentars d.71 -.14
.421 Gentex 18.98 -.04
Genzyme 72.17 -.70
... GeronCp 6.75 -.12
... GigaMed 18.58 -1.01
GileadSci s 4328 -136
... GlobCrsg 17.89 -.46
... Globlind 23.07 -.42
... Globalstar 8.84 -.16
2.00a GolarLNG 20.18 -4.11
Google 625.85 -7.78
... GreenMts 31.54 +.07
Gymbree 32.72 -1.56
... H&EEq 16.84 -1.27
...HLTH 13.63 -.23
1.00 HMNFn d24.73 -.5
... HMSHId u32.31 +1.84
Halozyme 8.01 -.16
.24 HanmIFncI 9.56 -.68
HansenMed 25.99 -1,34
... HansenNat 42.17 +.65
.20 Hardinge d14.66 -2.51
... Harmonic 10.12 -.66
.08a HrdlndEx d13.32 +.11
... HercOlfsh 26.08 -.28
... Hibbett 21.20 -1.32
.20p HimaxTch 4.45 +.01


... HokuScl 7.03 -.52 .72 LinearTch 30.76 -.57 ... OnstreamM 1.06 -.08
... Hologic 65.07 -.14 ... Uonbrdg 3.00 -.15 ... OnyxPh 55.23 -3.09
... HomeSol dl.30 -.09 ... Local.com 4.27 -.61 ... OpenTxt 32.41 -.52
... HotTopic 7.31 -.05 ... LodgEnt d18.01 -.41 ... OoenTV d110 +.06
.30 HoustWC d13.02 -.64 ... Logitech 33.02 -1.73 1.20e OpnwvSy 2.85 -.14
... HubGroup 24.55 -.47 ... LookSmart 3.24 -.13 .25 optXprs 28.74 -.52
.34 HudsCity 15.13 .. ... LoopNet 15.70 -1.09 ... Oracle 20.53 -.27
... HumGen 9.64 -.31 ... lululemngn38.21 -3.53 .. OrigInAg d5.80 -.34
.36 HunUB 25.34 -.44 OrthIx 5812 -.81
1.06 HuntBnk d14.20 -55 1.17 OlterTail 34.01 -.69
HutchT u27.26 -.35 1.76 MCG Cap d11.87 -.91
... Hythiam 389 -21 1.42 MGE 33.49 -.23
... ACInter 27.60 -.7 MGIPhr 29.66 +.30 ... PDLBio d17.60 -.43
.80 IPCHold 28.77 -.69 ... MIPSTech d6.08 -.44 .. PFChng d25.97 -1,19
IconixBr 22.03 -.78 ... MRVCm 2.24 -.07 ... PMCSra 7.24 -.32
Illumina 52.04 -.97 .601 MTS 41.95 +.48 ... PSSWrld 19.10 -.15
... Imclone 40.83 -2.13 ... Macrvsn 26.30 -.04 .721 Paccars 46.74 -.33
... Immersn 13.17 -1.19 Magma 13.85 -.34 .60 Pacedntl 13.53 -.74
Immucor 31.08 +.77 .. MannKd 8.20 -.32 .88 PacCapB 19.76 -1.18
Imunmd 2.12 .08 MarchxB 12.04 -.48 ... PacEthan d4.43 -1.27
InPhonich d.02 -.01 ... MarvellT 16.50 -1.02 ... PacSunwr 14.12 -.47
Incyte 8.10 -.23 ... MaxwIlT 9.31 -.62 .. Packetr 7.06
... IndevusPh 7.22 -.17 Medarex 11.98 -.06 .. PaetecHn 10.91 -.68
15.30e InfoSpces 17.51 -50 ... Mediacm 4.20 -.11 9.00e Palmlnces 7.92 -.43
.. Informal 16.17 ... MedicActs 18.82 -.28 ... PanASIv 31.85 -1,44
,31e InfosysT 41.11 -1.04 ... MedlsTech 13.01 +.74 ... Panacos 2.10 -.04
IntgDv d11.92 -.23 ... MelcoPBL n 14.02 -.97 ... PaneraBrd d35.91 -1.10
.511 Intel 25.17 -.34 MentGr 11.57 -.45 ... Pantry 26.76 +1.35
.IntacBrkn 27.31 -.37 ... MesaAir d3.90 -.09 PapaJohns 23.15 -.80
... InterDig 20.72 -.70 .56 Methanx 26.19 -.71 ParamTch 17.29 -.71
.08 Intriace 17.47 -.84 .12 Micrel 9.20 +.98. .28 PartTrFnl 12.45
... InterMune 16,72 -.24 1.24f Microchp 30.27 -.49 Patterson 37.31 -.62
... InterNAP 11.75 -.73 ... MicrosSys 70.70 +.14 .48 PaSUTI 19.58 -.45
.10f IntSpdw d43.00 -.52 MicroSemi 23.12 -.17 1.20 Paychex 39,31 -,.67
.40 Intersil 28.70 -1.02 .441 Microsoft 33.96 -.13 PnnNGm 57.52 -1.77
... Intervoice 9.96 -.19 ... MillPhar 13,65 -.10 .. Penwest d5,20 -.37
Intrawre 4.19 -.72 .35 MillerHer 25.11 -.60 .53 PeopUdF 16.35 -.24
Intuit 29.74 -.53 ... Milicomh 109.48 -3.97 .. Peregrneh d.45 -.03
l. IntSurg 284.23 +358 Mindspeed dl.38 -.12 ..Perfcent 16.31 -.93
... InVentiv d28.13 -1.77 .. Misonb 4.99 -.15 .18 Perigo 29.57 -.53
Investools 15.21 ., .45f Molex 26.79 -.31 PetroDev 49.03 -.99
Invitrogn u91.86 +1.43 .45f MolexA 26.42 -.39 .12 PetsMart 25.72 -.50
... Isis 16.52 -.23 Momenta 5.32 +09 PhNetDev u39.08 +1.52
,, Itron 73.17 -2,69 Monogrm 1.32 +.06 401 PharmPdt 39.53 -,36
.. IvanhoeEn 1.86 -.07 ... MonstrWw 34.55 -1.87 Pharmionu 65.12+15.84
Ixia 1060 +.43 MorgHtl 18.44 -.28 PointTherh 18 -01
MoveInc 2.32 -.18 Polycom 25.71 -.79
MynadGn 44.95 -.25 64 Popular 9.40 -.15
..j2GIobal 23.96 -.96 ... NETgear 31.70 -.94 Power-One 5.17 -.49
.. JASolarn 54.85 -3.85 ... NICESys 32.40 +.33 .14e PwShsoQQ 4970 -58
JDSUniph 13.17 -.15 ... NIIHIdg 50.90 -2.07 Powrwav 4.73 -.14
.26 JackHenry 25.95 -.55 NPSPhm 4,13 -.10 PremExhlb 9.62 -.68
Jamba d4,49 -,.19 Nasdaq 42.00 +.06 68 PresTR 61579 -2.91
.. JamesRv 5.15 -.63 Nastech d4.14 -.78 68 PriceRne 102.79 -7.11
.. JetBlue 7.01 -.43 .. NatAIH 5,71 -.19 priclne 12.65 -7.11
JonesSoda 6.97 -.24 .60 NatCineMn 27.48 -1.16 ProgPh d19.34 -92
JosphBnk d25.35 -1.32 .. Natrol u4.29 +2.02 Psychol 38.63 -74
.60 JoyGIbl 50.14-1.85 ... NektarTh 6.29 -.20 .. QLTAGEN 20.5596 -.120
JnprN(wk 29.74 -82 ... NetlUEPS 32.26 -.73 Q OLTing 8.81 -.62
.20 KSwiss d17.76 -.26 .05e NetServIc 14.50 -1.06 Q o"" ga 1. 8.8 +-.
.60 KLATnc 47.69 -.80 Netease 18.67 -.33 56 Qualcm 41.75 +.39
... Kenexa 16.96 -1.09 Netlix 23.21 -.59 uanFuel d.78 -.08
KeryxBio 878 -.10 ... NetSolch 2.97 -.30 QuetSfhl 1647 -25
KnghtCap 12.51 -.53 ... NetwkAp 2547 -.45 1.24 QuintMar2462-1.51
KnotInc 1485 -.72 ... Neurochg 3.44 -.41 9.33e RCN 13.89 -.1 1
KongZhg 4.88 +03 ... Neurcine 9.19 -.31 RFMcD 5.93 -23
Kulicke 7.36 -.02 NexCen 4.80 -.39 RackSys d10.14 -.61
.72 LCA Vis 16.70 -.57 NightwkR 20.02 -.68 RadioOneD d218 -.32
LKQCp 37.08-1.79 .50f NobltyH 19.08 -.08 Rambus 18,43 -,87
.601 LSIInds 19.23 -.50 1.121 NorTrst 75.01 -1.31 10e Randgold 36.76 -.84
LTX d2.51 -.17 NvtIWrls 16.84 -.01 RealNwk 6.14 -.13
LamRschll 45.41 -.59 Novell 6.43 +05 ReniAC dl365 -1.34
3.25e LamarAdv 50.09 -.48 Novlus 25.75 -.19 RschMols 10821 +.64
.15 Landstar d38.79 +.53 NuHonz If 6.82 -.16 1.25e ResConn 20.57 -.55
... Latice d333 -.32 NuVasive 41.33 +.21 Respiron 5035 -23
... LawsnSit 9.48 -.13 NuanceCm 18.95 -.20 .. Riverbed 27.87-1.57
LeapWirllf 35.72 -2.69 .. NutriSys d22.14 -1.19 .30 RossSIrs 2499 -1.01
Level3 3.26 +.07 Nutrition21 .76 -.08 28f RoyGId 2890 -.35
LexiPhrm 3.02 -15 Nuvelo dl.40 -.04 RubiconTnu18.35 +85
... UbGlobA 36.76 +.29 Nvdlas 30.26 -2.19 RushEnAs 1550 +605
UbGlobC 34.27 +28 OReillyA 31.71 -.52 .. Ryanairs 42+00 -215
.UbtyMIntA 19.66 -.39 OSIPhrm 42.46 +1.63
UbtMCapA 113.76 -243 OldDormFh 21.64 -.87
U.ePtH 29.81 -.63 Omniture 2700 -.68 .. SCorp 6.94 -33
2.50e LgandPhm d4.50 -.02 OmnVii n 19.49 -.46 ... SBACom 33.80 -55
Limelightn 7.69 -.15 OrnA;s.gn 6.32 -.31 .. vJSCOGph 18 -06
Uncare 35.32 -.23 OnSmcnd 8.76 -.23 SEIInvs 29.91 -1.11


... SVB FnGp 49.89 -.87
... SalixPhm 10.73 +.42
.561 SanderFm 30.98 -.80
... SanDisk d36.19-1,17
... SangBio 14.15 -.48
... Sanmina dl.86 -.03
... Sapiont 7.29 -15
... SavienltPh 12.85 -.16
... Sawis 32.36 -1.02
.20a Schwab 22.93 -.65
... SielePh 21.01 +.96
.. SdGames 31.17 -.02
.. SearsHidgsd114.20-6.77
SecureCmp 9.35 -.20
SelCmfrt 10.76 -.23
.521 Selctinss 22.23 -.71
Semtech 15.88 -.23
Senomyx d6.98 -.36
Sepracor 25.91 -1.00
.. Sequenom 8.90 -.62
... Shanda 32.09 -3.62
.. ShengdaTn 6.73 -.45
.22e Shire 65.32 -3.06
.. ShulflMstr 12.84 -.36
.. SiRFTch 25.60 -1.25
... SierraWr 17.61 -.91
Sity 6.66 +.12
..SgmaDsg 49.89 -6.62
.46 SigmAls 49.67 -1.35
.. SigmaTel d2.08 -.13
Silicnimg 4.43 -.02
SilcnLab 36.43 -.59
SSTII 2.71 -.05
.51r Sicnware 9.33 -.44
... Stdg 38.62 -1.85
Sina 44.71 -2.12
.701 Sinclair 10.45 -.34
SidusS 3.51 -.01
.12 SkyWest 24.57-1.32
SkywksSol 8.58 -.34
SmartM 8,93
SmithWes 11.17 -.04
SmithMicro 8.48 -.29
.. SmurfStne 9.71 -.64
... Sohu.cm 48.27 -2.55
SonicCorp 23.45 -.55
SncWall 10,36 -.01
... Sonus 6.47 -.27
SonusPh h d.41 -.03
.40 SouMoBc d380 -.23
SourceFrg 2.47 -.17
.72 SoulhFncl d16,88 -.82
SpansionA d4.97 -.42
.1a SparMots 10.63 -.50
.291 Staples d20.53 -.56
Starbucks 2287 -30
.. Starentn 19.79 +.96
.40a StlDynas 48.86 -.50
.25 StelnMrt 6.60 -.50
... StemCells 1.91 -.04
.21 SterlBcss 10.77 -.20
381 SIrIFWA dl17.23 -.73
.10 StewEnt 8.19 -.24
SunMicrors 19.63 -.70
SunOpta 13.45 -.29
SunPower 11338 -4.01
.. SupTech 6.59 -.60
SuperGen 4.02 +.01
SuperEssx d21.59 -.20
.. SupOffshn 7.02 -.81
1.04f SusqBnc 18.43 -.58
Sycamore 3.97 -.03
Symantec 17.41 -.27
Symetric 4.18
Synapbtcs 53.83 -.49
Synchron 29.50 -.54
Synopsys 23.97 -.36
Synovis 19.03 -.70
SynlaxBrlth 2.98 -.20
... TBS IntlA 36.55 -4.87
TDAmeritr 18.68 -.70
THQ 25.99 -.34
TLCVision d2.15 -.02
TOP Tank d3.59 -.56
... TXCORes 12.05 -.78
TakeTwo 14.85 -.22
... TaleoA 25.23 -.17


1.35 TargaRes n 26.48 -.03
... Tarragn 1.71 -.09
... TASER 13.16 -.50
TechData 35.78 -.64
... Tekelec 11.77 -.23
... TeleTch If 20.87 -.65
... Tellabs d701 -25
TesseraT 37.76 -.95
... TetraTc 22.43 -1.25
.39e TevaPhrm 44.23 -.39
... TexRdhsA 12.11 -.17
...The9Ltd d20.17 -1.36
Theravnce 23.81 -.68
Thoratec 18.21 -.62
3Com 4.61 -.10
3SBion 13.34 -2.03
... bcoSft 7.19 -.21
.. TWTele 21.31 -.56
... TiVo Inc 6.28 -.23
... TomoThn 17.45 -.30
... TractSupp 39.01 -.65
... TrdeStatn 11.53 -.30
,. TriZetto d14.95 -,30
... TriadGly 9.86 -.11
... TridentM h 6.51 -.02
... TdmbleNs 36.14 -1.51
... TriQuint 5.89 -.01
... TrumpEnt 5.59 -.33
.64 TrstNY 10.17 -.22
.92f Trustmk 24.57 -.82
.80 TuesMm 7.51 -.09
... UAL 40.76 -2.15
.12 UCBHHId 15.38 -.95
.06 UTiWrldwd 22.71 -.10
... UTStrm 2.99 -.03
.761 Umpqua 14.67 -.86
.36 UtdCBksGadl8.81 -.41
., UtdNtdF 26.26 -.73
.80 UtdOnIn 16,09 -.41
.10e US Enr 4.83 -.03
... UtdThrp 97.75 -2.24
.11 UnivFor 30.09 -1,41
... UranlumRn11.07 -.85
UrbanOut 24.27 -.65

ValVisA 4.98 +.03
.. ValueClick 21.35 -.88
... VandaPhm 8.08 +.03
... VarianSms 37.18 -.90
... VascoDta 22.14 +.87
... Verisin u3690 +84
.. VerbiPh 25.08 -.63
... VonPhmh .69 +.01
16f VirgnMdah 19.01 +28
ViroPhrm 7,88 -.20
VistaPrt 41.21 -.26
VisualSci 15.18 -.38
... V s 5.27 +.15
.72e Volvoes 15.58 -1.41
.. Wamaco 34.07 -2.08
WamerChil 16.99 -.36
WarrenRs 13.29 -.50
.84 WashFed 22,06 -.72
WebsitPro 11.29 +.19
.20 WernerEnt 1743 +.19
... WetSeal 2.28 -.06
.72 WholeFd 43.06 -2.25
... WindRvr 10.38 -.48
.. WrightM 26.12 -2.36
6.00e Wynn 124.98 -9.52
XMSal 14.11 +.13
XOMA 3.31 -.06
.48 Xilinx 22.69 -.28
.. XlnhuaF n 6.42 -.44
YRCWwdedl7.56 -.03
Yahoo 26.76 -.06
ZebraT 36.90 -.27
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Canada .9831 .9748 inl
China 7.4270 7.4255 )nJ
Euro .6818 .6822
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India 39.250 39.081 ,o
Indnsia 9345.79 92.80 110
Israel 3.9303 3.9325 .w'
Japan 109.85 110.82
Jordan .7095 .7095 ,:1
Malaysia 3.3725 3.3800 :ua
Mexico 10.9917 10.9343 dl1
Pakistan 61.25 61.23 1
Poland 2.52 2.51 no
Russia 24.4786 24.4822 '
Sinqapore 1.4488 1.4520
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So. Africa 6.7775 6.7249 )pj
So. Korea 918.27 917.43 usJ
Sweden 6.3219 6.3135 P
Switzerlnd 1.1159 1.1182
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Discount Rate 5.00 5.00 miC
Federal Funds Rate 4.44 4.50 m
Treasuries 2u
3-month 3.39 3.17 ?n
6-month 3.46 3.52 aU
5-year 3.56 3.75 8u
10-year 4.07 4.22 aU
30-year 4.47 4.60 o*n



FUTURES
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Lt Sweet Crude NYMX Jan 08 94.64 +.80S
Corn CBOT Dec 07 3771/2 -2N
Wheat CBOT Mar 08 778 +71fW'
Soybeans CBOT Jan08 10701/2 -7/;l
Cattle CME Feb08 97.40 -.50l
Pork Bellies CME Feb08 89.40 -1.272
Sugar (world) NYBT Mar 08 9.80 -.040
Orange Juice NYBT Jan08 132.90 +2.1 M

SPOT ,3
Yesterday Pvs Day Jr
Gold (troy oz., spot) $776.80 $805.80 ec
Silver (troy oz., spot) $14.136 $14.719 ji
Copper (pound) $2.980b $3.1050 vu
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MUTUA FUNDS
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K 4-wk Oriehaus Funds:
Nme NAV Chg %Rtn EMkDGr 53.66-1.56 -08 Ho O IA
AIM Investments A: Eaton Vance CI A:
ValApi36.15 71 -44 ChinaAp 37w6-1 12 -88 Here are the 1,000 biggest mutual funds list
*artAp 1645 -23 -2'3 AMT MBI 104702 show the fund name, sell price or Net Asset
Gstp 28.40 -54 -4.7 MultCGrA11.08 -.23 -52
dAp 4'.26 -01 -2' InABosA 620 -.04 -2.3 net change, as well as one total return figure
prow 33.32 -.01 -3 LgCpVal 21.80 -43 -3.8
SelEqtyr 2059 -38 -64 NatlMun 1108 +.01 -38 Tues: 4-wk total return (%)
AIM Investments B SpEqA 1548 34 47 Wed: 12-mo total return (%)
AIMnves17.74-35-6 TradGvA 7.23 +02 +1.2
CapDvt 17.74 -35 -60 Eaton Vance C B: Thu: 3-yr cumulative total return (%)
AIM Investor CI: FLMBt 10.66 +-01 -1.9 Fri: 5-yr cumulative total return (%)
Enrgy 5048 -.78-1.5 HIthSBt 1259 -.11 -14
SummlP p 14.71 -.23 1.9 NatIMBt 11'08 +.01 -39 Name: Name of mutual fund and family.
Utities 19.47 -.09 +1.4 Eaton Vance CI C:
Advance Capital1: Eaton Vance C2 +1 NAV: Net asset value.
Balancp 18.94 -.24 -3 NatlMC 11.08 +01 -39 Chg: Net change in price of NAV.
Ae Fund53 +01 00 Evergreen A: Total return: Percent change in NAV for the til
SCapGr6.71 -.16 -47 AstAlip 15.41 -20 -17 dividends reinvested. If period longer than 1 y
AlfranceBern A: AstAllCt 14.87 -.19 -17 tive.
BalanAp 17.82 -.20 -3.1
GIbTchAp 74.97-.31 -6.8 Evergreen 1: Data based on NAVs reported to Lipper by 6
tVlA p 22.75 -65 -66 6 CorBdl 10.39 +.01 -03
SmCpGrA 29.82 -83 9 SIMunil 9.86 +.01 +01 Footnotes: e- Ex-capital gains distribution.f-
AltIanceBern Adv: Excelsior Funds: n No-load fund. p Fund assets used to pay
InValAdv23.14 -.66 -6.6 4.44 -.03 -3 Redemption fee or contingent deferred sales
LgCpAd 23.19 -.41 -5.4 ValRestr 5504 -1 42 -61 Stock dividend or split. t Both p and r. x E
AllianceBern B: +01 4 FBR Funds: No information available. NE Data in question
CrpBdBp11.90 +.01 -0.4 Focus 55.18 _94-2.6
GlbTchBt66.46-1.17 -6.9 Focus;:h 5518 -94 I.6 ),, l. d S Furnd di;.j not e.;it
Gw h271 48 -64 Nwinc 11.05 +.02 +0.9 Lipper, Inc and The Associated Press
AlG nceern C: Fairholme 32.85 +.16 -2.0
CpGrC24.73 -.69 7 Federated A: COTFA px 11.78 +.03 -0.9 LgCpGA p 24.86 -.28 -5.5
SCpGrCt24.73 -.69 -7A: 0 MidGrStA37.66 -.68 -5.5 CTTFAp 10.87 +01 -0.6 Legg Mason Ptrs B:
llianz Funds A: KaufmAp 5.99 -.10 -1.4 CvtScAp 15.97 -.23 -5.7 CapncB t 17.12 -.20 -2.7
lFJDvV t 17.02 -.37 -4.4 MuSecA 10.32 +.02 -0.7 Dbl TF Ax 11.71 +.02 -1.2 LgCpGB t 23.05 -.26 -5.6
anz Funr 124.ds -34C: .5 Federated Instl: DynTchA 31.13 -.52 -5.0 Longleaf Partners:
GrowthCt24.34 -.34 -3.5 KaufmnK 6.00 -.09 -1.2 EqlncAp 20.31 -.48 -7.8 Partners 33.66 -.72 -7.6
TargetCt 21.58 -.42 -6.5 Fidelity Adv Foc T: Fedintlpx 11.35 +.02 -0.3 Intl 19.82 -.13 +0.5
AmerBeacopP n Plan:-.47-5.7 EnergyT 50.10 -78 -2.7 FedTFAp11.91 +.02 -0.5 SmCap 28.35 -.24 -3.7
CpPIn 22.83 -.47 -5.7 ICarT 22.20 -.23 -0.6 FLTFAp 11.66 +.01 -0.4 Loomis Sayles:
Amer Century Adv: Fidelity Advisor A: FoundAlp 13.94 -.19 -3.1 LSBondl 14.73 -.05 -0.9
EqGroAp25.04 -.37 -6.9 DivlntlAr 24.54 -.56 -3.0 GATFApx 11.91 +.01 -0.6 StrlncC 15.20 -.05 -1.1
Amer Century Inv: Fidelity Advisor I: GoldPrMA39.18-1.28 -1.2 LSBondR 14.69 -.04 -0.8
Balancedn16.73-.12 -3.6 DvIntl n 24.94 -57 -31 GrwthAp 44.47 -.76 -4.2 j SirlncA 15.14 -.05 -1.0
Eqlncn 8.47 -.11 -4.4 EqGrIn 66.35-1.09 -3.8 HYTFAp 10.57 +.01 -1.0 Lord Abbett A:
Growth n 25.18 -.37 -3.0 EqnI n 30.39 -.56 -5.4 IncomA p 2.62 -.02 -2.9 AfilA p 15.2B -.35 -5.2
Heritagel n20.97 -.40 -3.5 IntBdin 10.72 +.02 +0.1 InsTFApx 12.09 +.02 -0.5 BdDebAp 7.89 -.05 -1.8
I ron 31.66 -.61 -6.7 Fidelity Advisor T: NYITFpx 10.81 +.02 -0.2 MidCpAp21.48 -.49 -8.2
piscrn17.84 -.65 -4.0 BalancT 16.24 -.22 -3.9 LATFAp 11.37 +.02 -0.7 MFS Funds A:
roln 14.17 -.37 -3.0 DivlnlTp 24.25 -.55 -3.1 LMGvScA1.09 +.02 +1.0 MITA 21.85 -.33 -3.0
eScin 5.85 -.05 -0.5 DivGrTp 13.26 -.28 -59 MDTFA p 11.49 +.02 -1.0 MIGA 14.94 -.22 -2.8
New0pprn7.83-.18 -7.7 DynCATp19.37 -.59 -7.3 MATFA px 11.69 +.01 -0.6 HilnA 3.67 -.03 -2.5
OoeChAg n13.99-.22 -3.6 EqGrT p 62.40 -1.03 -39 MITFA px 12.07 +.01 -0.2 IntNwDA 29.22 -.87 -5.2
RUalEstin26.15 -.58 -8.7 EqlnT 29.97 -55 -54 MNInsAx11.93 +.01 -0,6 MFLA 9.86 +.01 -0.6
Vltra n 31.42 -46.6 GrOppT 40.28 -93 -6.7 MOTFAp 12.05 +.01 -0.7 TotRA 16.35 -.19 -2.7
Valuelnvn7.08 -.14 -6.6 HilnAdTp10.13 -16 4.6 NJTFAp 11.97 +.01 -0.5 ValueA 27.88 -.50 -3.3
isan 2198 -.51 -5.1 ntBdT 10.71 +03 +0 .2 NYInsAp 11.29 +.01 -1.3 MFS Funds B:
American Funds A: MidCpTp2660 -.76 -53 NYTFAp 11.61 +.01 -0.5 MIGBn 13.48 -.20 -2.9
AmcpAp 20.99 -.30 -4.2 MulncTp 12.70 +.01 -0.7 NCTFAp 12.06 +.01 -0.7 GvScBn 9.58 +.03 +0.9
P1utlA p 29.21 -.50 -4.4 OvrseaT 25.18 -.61 -2.4 Ohiol A px 12.43 +.02 -0.4 HilnB n 3.68 -.03 -2.6
BAp 19.60 -.21 -2.4 STFiT 9.27 +.01 0.0 ORTFAp 11.71 +.02 -0.5 MulnBn 8.43 +,01 -0.5
dAp 13.20 .. -0.5 Fidelity Freedom: PATFApx 10.27 +,01 -0.4 TotRBn 16.34 -.19 -2.7
,CpWAp20.46 ... +1.6 FF2010n 15.06 -.15 -2.5 ReEScA p 19.30 -49 -8,1 MFS Funds InstI:
CaplBAp64.86 -.82 -2.2 FF2015n12.63 -.14 -2.8 RisDvAp 34.26 -.69 -5.7 Inl|Eqn 21.16 -.48 -3.4
GpWGAp47.13-85 -2.2 FF202On 16.00 -.23 -3.5 SMCpGrA40.89 -.86 -8.9 MainStay Funds A:
EupacAp54.09-1.13 -1.2 FF2025n 13.24 -.20 -3.7 USGovAp 6.47 +.02 +1.0 HiYIdBA 6.26 -.03 -0.7
lInvAp 43.33 -.88 -3.8 FF2030n 16.54 -.29 -4.3 UlilsAp 15.19 -.01 +3.5 MainStay Funds B:
SwthA1p 35.69 -.64 FF2035n 13.69 -.25 -4.3 VATFAp 11.61 +.02 -0.5 CapApBt31.76 -.61 -6.2
nITrAp 11.97 -.07 2.5 FF2040n 9.77 -.19 -4.5 Frank/Tmp Frnk Adv: ConvBt 16.48 -.19 -1.8
coAp 20.25 -.26 -3.4 Fidelity Invest: IncmeAd 2.61 -.02 -2.9 GovtBt 8.29 +.02 +0.8
ItBdAp 13.52 +.02 +0.5 AggrGrrn22.60 -.53 -6.0 Frank/Temp Frnk B: HYIdBBt 6.23 -,02 -0.8
IcAAp 34.29 -.58 -4.3 AMgr50n 16.50 -.16 -2.9 IncomeBt 2.61 -.02 -3.0 IntlEqB 16.06 -.30 -2.5
EcoA p6. 29.40 -.59 -4.0 AMgr70 n 17.08 -.24 -4.0 Frank/Temp Frnk C: SmCGB p 14.62 -.41 -8.2
NerdA 36.15 -.65 -1.4+0' AMgr2Orn12.71 -.03 -1.2 FoundAlp 13.67 -.18 -3.0 TotRtBt 19.13 -.20 -3.3
y A .3 9-1. 4 Balancn 19.45 -.27 -3.8 IncomCt 2.64 -.02 -2.9 Mairs & Power:
p 453-1.02 -4.8 BlueChGrn43.95-.67 -3.4 Frank/Temp Mtl A&B: Growth 78.16-1.38-4.0
9ExAp 12.26 +02 -0.7 CAMunn12.13 +.01 -0.8 BeacnA 16.72 -.27 -3.5 Marsico Funds:
hAp 34.7 -67 -5.0 Canadan 62.52 -1.40 -4.0 DiscA 321 .4 8 -2.5 Focus p 21.35 -.47 -2.7
aBt 19.52 -.20 -2.4 CapApn 28.84 -.88 -7.2 QualfdAt 23.23 -.24 -1.1 Growp 22.39 -.51 -3.3
Bt 1952 -20 -2.4 CapDevOn14.13-.22 -2.3 SharesA 26.22 -.41 -3.3 21stCntp 17.72 -.45 -3.0
~rBBt 64.86 -.82 -2.3 Cplncrn 8.70 -.08 -2.5 Frank/Temp MIlC: Matthews Asian:
GWGrB t 46.86 -.85 -2.2 ChinaRg n34.57-1.27-10.9 DiscC I 32.00 -48 -2.5 China 39.36-1.01 -9.3
thBt 34.35 -62 -39 CngSn 491.89-7.49 -3.3 SharesC 125.80 -.41 -3.3 Indiar 23.28 +.01+11.2
goBt 20.13 -.26 -3.4 CTMunrn11.26 +.02 -0.2 Frank/Temp Temp A: PacTiger 30.47 -.70 -2.2
S34.11 -.58 43 Conlran 74.18-1.34 -2.7 DvMktA p 34.59 -.56 -4.0 Mellon Funds:
s t 34.74 -.66 -5.1 CnvScn 28.00 -.50 -5.9 ForgnAp 12.73 -.20 -0.3 IntFd 17.37 -.26 -2.3
Aifel Mutual Fds: DisEq n 30.97 -.51 -3.7 GIBd Ap 11.79 -.02 +0.9 Midas Funds:
ec 43.44 95 -4.7 Divlntin 41.72-1.06 -2.9 GrwthA p 24.02 -.38 -28 Midas Fd 5.72 -.21 -0.3
AMel 46.60-1.12 -5.6 DivStkOn 16.39 -.37 -5.5 IntxEMp ... 0.0 Monetta Funds:
san Funds: DivGth n 29.79 -.62 -5.8 WorldA p 18.63 -.23 -1.0 Monetta n 15.53 -.28 -3.0
14 33.58 -.76 -1.5 EmrMkn 33.82-1.07 -0.6 FranklTempTmp Adv: Morgan Stanley A:
iCap 35.56 -.76 -5.2 EqIncn 56.28-1.28 -6.6 GrthAv 24.05 -.38 -2.8 DiGthA 20.42 -.35 -4.4
lcdCapVal20.26-.33 -5.1 EQIIn 23.46 -.44 -5.4 Frank/TempTmp B&C: Morgan Stanley B:
Bhon Funds: ECapAp 30.32 -.60 -2.3 DevMklC 33.68 -.54 -4.0 DivGtB 20.57 -.35 -4.4
set 64.51 -1.28 -3.4 Europe 44.57-1.07 -0.5 ForgnCp 12.49 -.20 -0.3 i GIbDivB 16.24 -.33 -3.7
Growth 52.10-1.16 -5.0 Exch n 348.59-4.32 -2.2 GrwthC p 23.36 -.37 -2.9 StratB 20.87 NA
Ptners p24.59 -.76 -6.1 Export n 24.92 -.59 -4.4 GE Elfun S&S: MorganStanley Inst:
9pCap 25.04 -.56 -3.3 Fidel n 39.78 -.70 -2.2 S&S PM 48.76 -77 -3.5 EmMkt n 39.58-1.27 -2.3
BensteinFds: Fifty rn 22.50 -.63 -6.2 GE Investments: GIValEqAn2073-.41 -3.7
IntOur 13.20 +.01 +0.4 FIRtateHirn9.61-.03 -0.9 TRFdl 19.32 -24-1.7 IntlEqn 22.29 -36-1.0
DivMu 14.03 +.02 +0.2 FrinOne n30.57 -.47 -3.8 GMO Trust III: Munder Funds A:
TxMgdlntl27.55 -.90 -5.6 GNMAn 10.92 +.03 +1.4 EmMkr 25.92 -.82 -3.9 IntemtA 23.45 -.68 -6.0
lftlPort 27.53 -.89 -4.7 Govlnc 10.32 +.04 +1.5 For 19.23 -.46 -2.9 Mutual Series:
nMockts 50.36-1.41 -2.5 GroCon 80.18-189 -57 nrV 3.22-1.02 -4.8 BeacnZ 16.87 -.27 -3.4
B 25ckRock A: Grolncn 27.81 -.64 -6.6 GMO Trust IV: DiscZ 32.83 -.49 -2.4
qroraA 27.15 -69 -5.2 Grolncln11.4 -20 -3.8 EmrMkt 25.85 -.82 -3.9 QualfdZ 23.42 -.24 -1.1
B DVIAp 30.76 -.62 -5.9 Highn orn 8.63 -.05 -2.1 Foreign 19.25 -46 -2.9 SharesZ 26.47 -.42 -3.3
CpDevA p 16.87-28 -5.0 Indepn n 26.55 -68 4.3 tlGrEq 33.23 -.99 -3.8 i Neuberger&Berm Inv:
GIHIAr 20.71 -.16 +0.8 nBdn 10.19 +.03 +0.3 IntlntrVI 36.22-102 -4.7 Focus 32.43 -.34 -3.9
Bt'lnvA 7,78 -.05 -1.6 ntGov n 10.25 +,03 +1.4 GMOTrust VI: Gnessinst 53.54 9 -1.5
BrjckRock B&C: InODisc n43.87-1.09 -2.4 EmgMktsr25.87-.82 -3.9 1 Intlr 24.95 -.76 -5.5
BtiCt 19.50 -.15 +0.7 IntlSCprn28.49 -.77 -3.5 IntndxPI 25.75 +14 +1.4 I Partner 3195 -77 -5.6
BlackRock Insti: InvGB n 7.20 +.02 -0.3 IntilCorEq 41.38-1.25 -4.8 Neuberger&Berm Tr:
BaVlI 30.96 -.62-5.9 Japan n 16.46 -.37 -5.6 USOItyEq 2226 .30 -0.9 Genesis 5577 1.0 -1.6
.GlbAllocr20.80 -.15 +0.8 JpnSmn 11.59 -35 -5.7 Gabelli Funds: Nicholas Group:
Indywine Fds: LCpVlrn 14.75 -.29 -6.0 Asset 51.50-1.00 -4.2 Hilnn 10.2 -.06 -2.2
Fdn 34.01 -.50 -3.4 LatAm n 62.69-2.63 +0.4 -.
Bmdywnn 35.47 -.66 -3.5 LevCoSk n31.21 -.84 -7 Gateway Funds: Nich 54A.58 -.96 -3.8
BrinsonFundsY: LowPrn 41.86 -92 -.41 Gateway 28.25 -.23 -1.9 NortherntFunds:
idlYn .3 -.03 -2.9 Magelln9.41-1.90 32 Goldman Sachs A: SmCpldx n1 0.29 -.26 -7.3
CGM Funds: MDMurn0n.74 +.02 -03 HYMuAp10.55 ... -2.3 Technlyn 13.83 -.12 -5.5
ICaplnA 31.86 -.98-10.1 MAMunn11.75 +.02 -0.4 MdCVAp38.22 -.62 -6.1 OakmAssoc Fds:
GFocus 54.95-1.11 -3.8 MI Munn 11.72 +.02 -0.1 Goldman Sachs lst: WhilOkSG n36.23-.46 -7.5
SMu n 35.09 -.75 -2.2 MidCapn 29.10-.7 -.76-6 HYMunin 10.56 +.01 -2.2 Oakmark Funds I:
vIrM Funds: MN Mun nl1.24 +.01 -02 MidCapV 38.64 -.63 -6.1 Eqtylnc r n28.94 -.05 +0.9
.CpVqI 31.57 -.49 -5.5 MtgSecn 10.50 +.03 -0.7 Strulnt 16.26 41 -4.2 Globalln 26.50 -.36 -4.7
Cfamos Funds: Munilnc n 12.57 +.02 -0.5 Harbor Funds: Intll rn 24.88 -.4 -45.4
So&lncAp31.34 -.47 -2.6 NJMunrn11.43 +.02 -0.2 Bond 1195 +.01 +1.4 Oakmark r n44.24-.82 -5.2
GnthAp 55.79 -1.19 -6.2 NwMktrrn14.70 -.03 -0.2 CapAplnst36.17 -.58 -3.7 Selectrn 29.39 -.64 -8,7
GrowthCt51.96-1.11 -6.2 NwMilln 32.41 -73 -4.3 Intlr 73.19-2.19 -2.2 Old Mutual Adv It:
Talvert Group: NY Munn 12.64 +.01 -0.4 Hartford Fds A: Tc&ComZ n16.32-.19 -6.5
Incop 16.88 +.03 +0.3 OTCn 49.72-1.11 -7.8 CpAppAp38.93-1.14 -3.0 Oppenheimer A:
Tn6EqAp 23.31 -.67 -8.6 OhSMu nn11.47 +.02 -0.2 DivGthAp 20.47 -.35 -3.9 AMTFMu 9.10 +.02 -4.4
Munlnt 10.4 +01 100ndex 10.42 -0.18 -46 Hartford Fds C: AMTFrNY 12.45 +.01 -2.6
SocwlA p 30.45 -.28 -2.9 Ovrsea n 52.93-1.55 -2.5 CapApC 34.98 -1.03 -3.1 CAMuniA p 10.53+.03 -3.3
SocBdp 16.15 +04 +0.8 PcBasn 33.30 -.88 -3.5 Hartford Fds L: CapApAp50.53 -.97 -6.1
SoEqAp39.56 -.53 -2.3 PAMunrnlO.71 +.01 0.0 GrwOppL31.77 -.60 -3.2 CapncA p 12.53 -.09 -4.1
TxF Lt 10.02 +.01 -04 Putn n 19.32 -23 -3.3 Hartford HLS IA : ChmplncA p 8.85-.09 -4.2
TxFLgp 16.23 +03 -0.7 RealEn 27.62 -.74 -9.5 CapApp 58.22-1.71 -3.7 DvMktAp53.53-1.49 -1.6
TxFVT 15.65 +.03 0.0 StIntMu n 10.27 +.01 +0.4 Div&Gr 23.62 -.41 -4.0 Discp 55.10-1.07 -6.4
causewayy Intfl: STBFn 8.63 ... -0.2 Advisers 23.40 -.27 -3.5 EquityA 11.54 -.24 -7.1
Insttnl r n20.74 -.49 -2.7 SmCapitd r 22.32-65 -6.7 Stock 53.60 -1.03 -5.8 GlobA p 76.53-1.71 -4.7
Plipper 89.72-1.40 -2.8 SmllICpSrn18.65-.37 -6.5 TotRet8d 11.67 +.01 -0.1 GIbOppA 37.40-1.30-84
Cohen & Steers: SEAsian 41.68-1744 -9.0 Hartford HLS IB : Gold p 36.62-1.80 -4.3
rRShrs 74.46-2.02 9.1 StkSIcn 30.26 -.49 -3.6 CapAppp57.77-1.70 -3.7 IntBdAp 6.66 +.01 +3.9
12 mba Class A: Strallnc n 10.64 -.01 +0.3 Henderson GIbI Fds: MnStFdA 41.22 -.83 -6.4
S A29.1 -.68-6.4 StrReRtr 10.10 -.03 -0.4 IntOppAp27.10 -.58 -4.6 MnStOAp 14.89 -.31 -6.7
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21CntryAt 16.33 -.39 -2.7 Trend n 72.56 -1.53 -4.0 CorGroll 26.15-1.05-13.5 MidCapA 19.32 -.42 -7.8
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olumblasClass Z: Utilityn 20.14 -.29 -3.3 Hotchkis &Wiley; S&MdCpVI 38.89-.75 -6.7
AomZ 30.71 -.69 -64 ValStratn32.86 -.80 7.4 MdCpVa24.88 -.64-83 StrnAp 4.45 ... +1.1
AcomlntZ46.13-1.37 -4.6 Valuen 81.58-1.66-6.8 HussmnStrGr1578+.11-1.2 USGvp 9.53 +.01 +0.7
oP 189 26 Wrldwn 22.98 -.52 -3.8 ICON Fds: Oppenheimer B:
gpEqZ 128.06 -.503 -.7 Fidelity Selects: Energy 39.49 -.63 -3.8 AMTFMu 9.07 +.03 -4.4
MrnplZr287.30 -.58 -2.5 Airn 48.63-1.35 -7.3 Hthare 17.45 -16 -1.4 pAMTFNY12.3846 +.02 -2.6
FA Fu -nds: Bankingn26.41 -.66-10.2 IS Funds:CplncBt 1238 -09 -.2
USCorEq 4 .4 Biolchn 69.07 -.886 -3.1 NAm 761 01 +1.5 ChmplncBt 18.84 -.09 -4.2
S 6ES 9.07n-88-3.1 cdNoAmp 07.61 +.01 2 +15 EquityB 10.89 -.22 -7.2
n Brokrn 69.08-1.97 -4.2 Ivy Funds: EquilyncB 10t 4 .46 ... +0.8227.2
oWS ScudderCI- A: Chem n 78.97-2.35 -5.7 AssenSC 126 33 44 S B 446
CommAp 23.55 -.67-11.0 nCoEqip22.87-.46 -9.8 GNatRsA 9.44-1.33-1 6 Oppenheim Quest
rHiRA 48.54-1.04 -6.1 Comapn 46.47 -1 7.5 rBarn 1.A 1.01 -.30 -5.3
.S --unds- CI: Pampr n 1.247 -.r83 -7.5 JOaPMorgan A Cs1-
WS, d C ConDisn 22.98 -.61 -8.4 MCp Vap2586 43 44 Oppenheimer Roch:
C "orPIslnc12.83 +.02 40.3 ConStapn68.08 -.65 +2.4 JPMorgan Select: LtdNYAp 3.31 .., -0.6
EmMkln 12.21 -.03 -0.4 CstHo n 36.87-1.62 -9.7 ntEq n 39.22 1.08 -3.1 RBMuA 1.9 70 +.01 -2.5
asunds 29.02 -.94 Y Rfealn 45.56 -1.59 -8.0 ShTm" *2; 89 1 +0 CapRoMuA 16.T9 +.01 -5.5
E MkGrr 29.02-. -3.9 rin 9 9 P rgan Sel CIs: PIMCO Admin PIMS:
lEuroEq 3I.96-1.11 -A Tecrn 45.69-1.04-10.3 htrrdCAmrn27.5 -10 -. rIu 1.19 N0 -.
G"bd&r 10.16 +.04 +2.4 Egyn 6213 -96-2 A S nlrdamern27.8b-.50 -5.9 PM A PIS
wre10vest+:01+2.4 FE nrgy n :6.13 -.96 sonrydn-84 TotRtAd 10.67 +02 +1.3
G rBOpp 44.44-1.14 -4.1 EgSvnn 92.55-17 37 HiY7dJanus: :p 1n.19 NAS
ElMV468 NA intnv47an9ce-14-2.9 Uyd 26.07-.29-1.2 1 PiOnstl IS:
Gthhem 35.10 -1.03 Envirn 18.57 -43 -2.8 aonryden 6.7 -.29 2 AiIAsset 13.13 .05 0.0
Gold&Prc 24.8 -99 -2.8 FilnSv n 101.50293 -9:2 Cota 1.97 .2 -02 ConodRR 16.08 -.06 +4.6
GrolncS 21.61 -.40 -5.1 Goldrn 42.74-1.39 -04 Enterpr 5557 -1.17 -30 DevLcMkr1.56-.05 +1.4
HiYldTx 12.73 +.02 -0.5 0Health n133.83 -1.37 -0.6 FedTE 6.47 +.01 -0,9 Flln r 10n00 .04 -1.5
tTxAMT 11.07 +.02 0.0 HoMkFn 30.406-1.20-17.1 FBnd 9.56 +.03 +1.2 HiYd 9.5203 -4.2
lntlFdS 6.77-1.76 -4.2 Inurn 66.22-1.36 -7.4 Fundp 31.21 -52 -43 LowDu 10.15 +.01 +1.1
LgCoGro 29.94 -.40 -2.7 Leisrn 81.36-1.44-4.0 Fundaq 27.59 -.5 -53 RealRl 11.31 +.06+3.1
LatAmrEq81.16-3.51 +1.3 Malenal n 5564 -191 -5.9 Gi LifeSci 23.47 -.31 +0.3 ToIRt 10.67 +.02 +1.3
figdMuniS8.98 +.01 -0.4 MedOln 53.40 -38 26 G'Techr 15.17 -31 -4.2 PIMCO Funds A:
MATFS 14.14 +.03 0.0 MdEqSysn25.36-05 -19 Grlnc 39.85 -.93 -6.2 ToIRIA 10.67 +02 +1.3
DavIs Funds A: Multmd n 40.28 69 -.8 MdCpVal 25.10 -.36 -3.5 PIMCO Funds D:
NLen A 39.31 -.74-4.3 NtGasn 47.08 -71 10 Orion 12.41 -.28 -3.9 T'th p +
Davis Funds B: Papern 31.24-118 76 Ovrseas r57.68-1.43 -0.7 p 1. 0 13
N en B 37.42 71 -4.3 Pharm n 113 -14 +07 Research 29 .94 -.61 -3.0 PhoenixFunds A:
aIs Funds C &Y: Relailn 45.56 -1.44 -8.0 ShTmBd 289 ... +0.4 CapGrA 16.77 -2 -25.4 -
NWVenY 39.85 -.75 -4.3 Softwr n 74,99-1.19 -4.3 Twenty 68.84-1.39 -2.0 porAu1.77-
NYen C 37.67 -.72 -4.3 Techn 79.66-1.90 -9.1 Ventur 71.01-169 -7.4 Poneer Fn9s NA
bnsware Invest A: Telcmn 52.12-1.29-12.1 WrIdWr 54.96-1.04-4.2 BondAp 9.19 ... NA
sdAp 19.01 -.53-9.5 Transn 50.55-1.44-7.6 Janus AdvS Shrs: E1rSetEqA42.14 ... NA
SAp 11.29 +.02 -0.8 UtilGrn 63.81 +.02 +2.7 Forty 38.60 -82 -2.9 GwthAp 14.44 ... NA
Pelaware Invest B: Wireless n 8.98 -.13 -7.6 JennisonDryden A: MdCpGrA 16.65 ... NA
IDelchB 3.23 -.01 -2.4 Fidelity Spartan: BlendA 20.51 -38 -4.9 Mdp rA p4995 .. NA
SelGrBt 26.41 -.27 -4.3 Eqldelnvn50,86 -.90 4.7 HiYIdAp 5.51 -.03 -2.2 PxFdAp 1p.9 NA
Dimensional Fds: 500lnxlnvrn100.06-1.78-4.7 nsuredA 10.58 +,02 -0.5 TlreAp 11,17 NA
EnMktV 46.28 ... NA lntlnxlnven47.89-1.04 -2.9 UtilutyA 16.52 -17 -0.1 pioneer Funds Bp .
IntSmVa 22.20 ... NA TotMktlnvn40.59-.74 -4.9 JennisonDryden B: HiYldBI 11.17 NA
USLgCo n42.18 -.74 -4.7 Fidelity Spart Advs GrowthB 16.02 -.26 -4.0 Pioneer Funds C.
USLgVa n23.75 -.60 -6.9 EqldxAdin50.86 -9 4.7 HiYBdt 5.50 -.03 -2.3 Pione e Funds C:
US Micro n14.58 -.34 -8.5 500Adrn100.08-1.77 -4.7 InsuredB 10.60 +.02 -0.5 Price Funds Adv: "
US Small n20.25 -.50 -7.5 TotMktAd r n40.60-.74-4.9 John Hancock A:
US SmVa 26.12 -.70 -8.3 First Eagle: BondAp 14,78 +01 +0.2 Grownhpn3360 2 .61 -349
InllSmCo 20.94 ... NA GIbIA 49.76 -.32 +0.5 ClassicV p24.00-.70 -9.4 Price Funds:
ErngMkl 35.41 ... NA OverseasA27.19-.13 +0.1 RgBkA 30.65 -.69 -8.1 aI n ,,.0n an .oe


n 10.20 +.01 +0.3 First Investors A StrnA p 6.57 .. +0.1 BIChin 3919 654.3
a 25.19 .. NA BChpAp 24.10 -.40 -4.0 John Hancock B: CABondln10.83 +.02 6-.4
oaSFxlnenl0.84 ... +0.4 GloblAp 8,57 -.17 -2.2 SIrlncB 6.57 ... +0.1 CapAppn2l.29 -.24 -2.5
TMUSTgIV22.61-.58 -8.4 GovtAp 10.79 +.02 +1.0 John Hancock Cl 1: DJvGro 26.05 -.43 -3.4
TM IntVa 21.63 ... NA GrolnAp 15.76 -.31 -5.2 LSAggr 15.53 -.35 -4.8 EmEurp 3846 -.35 +3.1
TMuMktwV 16.97 -.44 -7.3 IncoAp 2.90 -.02 -2.1 LSBalanc 14.77 -.20 -2,8 EmMktS n44.39-1.12 -16
23GIFxddn10.38 ... +0.4 MATFA p 11.55 +.02 -0.4 LSGrwth 15.43 -.27 -3.7 Eqlncn 29.10 -.51 -4.1
DEARIEn26.91 -.70 -8.7 MITFAp 12.01 +.02 -0.3 Julius Baer Funds: Eqlndexn38.52 -.68 -4.7
Dodge&Cox: MidCpAp 29.64 -.70 -4.8 IntlEqlr 49.62 -.96 -0.6 8 Europe n 22.51 -.61 -3.3
Balanced 85.14 -.91 -3.6 NJTFAp 12.65 +.02 -0.4 IntlEqA 48.50 -.94 -0.7 GNMAn 9.47 +.03 +1.0
Income 12.60 +.01 -0.1 NYTFAp 14.11 +.02 -0.4 IntEqilllr 17.18 -.35 -0.2 Growth n 33.93 -.61 -3.8
IntlStk 47.01 -.94 -2.8 PATFA p 12.68 +.02 -0.3 KeelSmCp p 26 73-.73 -7.7 Gr&In n 22.26 -.38 -3.6
SStock 148.14-2.46 -5.3 SpSilA p 23.72 -.43 -3.8 Kinetics Funds: HIIhSci n 29.79 -.36 -1.1
Dreyfus: TxExA p 9.72 +.02 -0.1 Pdm 30.53 -.57 -4.5 HiYeildn 6.78 -.03 -1.8
Aprec 45.50 -.65 -2.3 TotRtAp 15.36 -.15 -2.7 LSWalEqn18,11 -.42 -7.1 IntlBondn10.46 +.03 +3.4
IDreyf 10.60 -.19 -3,4 ValueB p 7.62 -.14 -4.9 Lazard Instl: IntDis n 54.79 -1.39 -3.5
I Dr5001nt 40.92 -.73 -4.7 Firsthand Funds: EmgMktl 26.48 -.69 +1.0 IntlStk n 18.61 -.48 -2.9
EmrgLd 30.87-.78 -9.1 GIbTech 5.07-.11 -2.1 Legg Mason: Fd Japan n 10.30-.21-5.1
FL Intr 12.85 +.02 -0.1 Tech Val 42.69 -.96 -6.8 OpporTrt 18.51 -.46-11.4 LatAmn 55.51-2.33 +1.1
Mut ... ... 0.0 Frank/Temp Frnk A: SpInvp 34.19 -.94-14.4 MDShrtn 5.15 ... +0.2
Dreyfus Founders: AdjUSp 8.89 +.01 +0.5 ValTrp 66.44-1.42 -8.8 MDBondn10.40 +.02 -0.5
GrowthB ... ... 0.0 ALTFAp 11.31 +.02 -0.4 Legg Mason nstl: MidCapn61.12-1.13 -4.6
GrwthFp ... ... 0.0 AZTFA px 10.84 +.01 -0.9 Varrrinst 74.66 -1.59 -8.8 MCapVal n25.31 -.41 -4.3
Dreyfus Premier: Ballnvp 62.59-1.52 -7.5 Legg Mason Ptrs A: N Amer n 34.84 -.57 -4.9
IQprVlvp 31.20 -.63 -4.9 CallnsApx 12.47 +.02 -0.7 AgGrAp 113,82-2.09 -5.0 N Asia n 22.46 -.39 -1.9
IjTHYdAp6.92 -.04 -2.1 CAIntApx 11.42 +.01 -0.4 ApprAp 16.28 -.18 -1,9 New Era n59.19 -1.29 -3.1
StrValA r 32.90 -.66 -4.9 CaffFA p 7.20 +.01 -0.7 HilncA t 6.44 -.04 -2.8 N Horiz n 33.44 -.71 -7.5
TchGroA 26.88 -.57 -7.6 CapGrA 12.78 -.19 -3.1 InAICGAp 14.99 -.27 -1.3 Nlncn 9.02 +.03 +1.0
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PSIncn 16.40 -.11 -1.6 GrTxStr 14.17 -.11 -2.9
RealEstn 20.83 -.51 -9.2 Grwth 16.99 -.31 -3.3
R2010 n 16.64 -.18 -2.5 Gr&Inc 19.20 -.33 -4.5
R2015n 12.97 -.17 -3.0 IncStk 15.71 -.33 -6.7
R2020n 18.17 -.26 -3.4 Inco 12.16 +.01 +0.4
R2025n 13.46 -.21 -3.7 Intl 28.58 -.59 -3.6
R2030n 19.46 -.33 -3.9 NYBd 11.66 +.02 -1.1
SciTecn 23.43 -.40 -7.0 PrecMM 33.79-1.21 -2.3
ShtBd n 4.73 ... +0.8 SciTech 12.68 -.20 -6.0
SmCpStk n33.29-.79 -6.8 ShITBnd 8.94 +.01 +0.7
SmCapVal n40.64-.74 -5.7 SmCpStk 14.45 -.35 -7.9
SpecGrn 21.63 -.42 -4.4 TxElt 12.93 +.02 -0,6
Specinn 12.27 -.02 +0.1 TxELT 13.48 +.04 -1.1
TFIncn 9.82 +.02 -0.5 TxESh 10.57 +.01 +0.2
TxFrHn 11.57 +.02 -1.3 VABd 11.21 +.02 -0.8
TxFrSI n 5.34 ... +0.3 WIdGr 21.26 -.35 -2.4
USTIntIn 5.51 +.03 +2.5 VALIC:
USTLgn 11.92 +.09 +3.4 MdCpldx 24.40 -.47 -5.4
VABond n11.42 +.02 -0.5 StkIdx 37.53 -.68 -4.7
Value n 26.87 -.50 -5.5 Value Line Fd:
Principal Inv: LrgCo n 23.72 -.34 -3.9
DiscLCInst 16.55 -.28 -4.6 Van Kamp Funds A:
LgGrIN 9.26 -.15 -2.7 CATFAp 17.68 +.05 -1.5
Putnam Funds A: CmstAp 18.51 -.35 -4.7
AmGvAp 9.14 +.02 +1.2 CpBdAp 6.55 ... +0.1
AZTE 9.04 +.01 -0.5 EqlncAp 9.17 -.10 -2.0
Convp 20.11 -.28 -3.5 Exch 475.83-7.61 -2.6
DiscGr 21.47 -.39 -5.5 GrinAp 22.07 -.35 -3.0
DvrInAp 9.69 -.03 -1.7 HarbAp 16.16 -.21 -2.7
EqinAp 17.48 -.34 -5.8 HiYIdA 10.32 -.05 -1.8
EuEq 31.50 -.93 -4.4 HYMuA p 10.61 +.02 -1.4
GeoAp 17.64 -.24 -4.2 InTFAp 17.40 +,04 -2.3
GIbEqtyp 11.83 -.32 -5.9 MunlAp 14.14 +.03 -1.3
GrinAp 18.39 -.43 -7.4 PATFAp 16.61 +.04 -1.5
HIlthAp 58.08 -.66 -2.6 StrGrwth 46.75 -.98 -7.6
HiYdA px 7.72 -.09 -2.2 StrMunlnc 12.68 +.01 -2.0
HYAdApx 6.01 -.06 -2.0 US MtgeA 13.24 +.01 +0.5
IncmApx 6.75 -.03 -0.2 UtilAp 24.96 -.08 +1.5
IntlEqp 33.45 -.92 -4.7 Van Kamp Funds B:
IntGrIn p 16.57 -.48 -4.8 EnlerpBt 13.89 -.26 -5.2
InvAp 14.09 -.34 -8.0 EqlncBt 9.01 -.09 -2.1
NJTxAp 9.14 +.01 -0.3 HYMuBt 10.60 +.01 -1.5
NwOpAp 50.65 -.93 -5.6 MulB 14.12 +.03 -1.4
OTCAp 9.69 -.'18 -6.2 PATFBt 16.56 +.04 -1.5
PATE 9.00 +.01 -0.4 StrGwth 39.29 -.82 -7.6
TxExAp 8.61 +.01 -0.5 StrMunInc12.67 +.01 -2.1
TFInAp 14.66 +.03 -0.2 USMtge 13.18 +.01 +0.4
TFHYA 12.62 +.01 -1.0 UtilB 24.82 -.08 +1.4
USGvA p 13.23 ... +0.3 Vanguard Admiral:
UtilAp 15.87 -.06 +3.3 CAITAdm n10.88 +.02 -0.3
VstaAp 11.20 -.22 -7.6 CpOpAdln92.81-1.83 -7.3
VoyAp 18.55 -.33 -3.7 Energyn150.72-2.79 -1,2
Putnam Funds B: EuroAdml n94.17-2.66 -2.7
CapAprt 19.35 -.44 -7.3 ExplAdmln7l.26-1.60-7.0
DiscGr 19.50 -.35 -5.5 ExIdAdm n39.48 -.83 -6.4
DvrinBt 9.61 -.03 -1.8 500Admlnl32,36-2.35-4.7
Eqlnct 17.31 -.33 -5.9 GNMAAdn10.33+.01 +1.2
EuEq 30.35 -.90 -4.4 GrolncAd n58.12-.98 -6.0
GeoBI 17.44 -.24 -4.3 HIthCrn 62.89 -.61 -1.0
GIbEq t 10.74 -.29 -6.0 HiYldCp n 5.90 -.03 -1.9
GINtRst 34.18 -.74 -3.9 InfProAdn24.55 +.17 +3.3
GrInBt 18.09 -.43 -7.5 ITsryAdmln11.25+.05 +2.3
HIthBt 51.21 -.59 -2.6 IntGrAdm n85.65-2.36 -2.5
HiYIdBtx 7.69 -.09 -2.2 ITAdmin 13.19 +.02 -0.1
HYAdBtx 5.93 -.05 -2.0 ITGrAdmn9.84 +.04 +1.1
ncmBtx 6.71 -.02 -0.1 LtdTrAdn 10.75 +.01 +0.4
IntGrInt 16.21 -.47 -4.9 MCpAdml n92.21-1.87 -6.0
IntlNopt 17.61 -.49 -4.0 MorgAdmn63.33-1.08-5.0
InvB t 12.80 -.32 -8.2 MuHYAdm n1057+.02 -0.8
NJTxBt 9.13 +.01 -0.4 PrmCaprn76.90-1.37-4.9
NwOpBt 44.79 -.82 -5.7 ShtTrAdn15.64 +.01 +0.3
NwVal p 17.64 -.38 -7.6 STIGrAd n10.69 +.02 +0.9
OTC Bt 8.43 -.15 -6.2 TxMCap r n69.80-1.27 -5.0
TxExBt 8.61 +.01 -0.7 TtlBAdmln10.12 +.02 +0.9
TFHYBt 12.64 +.01 -1.0 TStkAdmn34.63-.63 -4.9
TFInB t 14.68 +.03 -0.3 WellslAdm n53.55-.21 -1.1
USGvBt 13.16 ... +0,2 WelltnAdm n58.25-.63 -2.1
UtilBt 15.79 -.05 +3.3 Windsorn60.26-1.42 -6.4
VistaBt 9.62 -.19 -7.7 WdsrllAdn6l.92-1.25 -5.5
VoyBt 16.00 -.29 -3.8 Vanguard Fds:
RS Funds: AsselAn 29.51 -.43'-3.8
CoreEqA 41.86 -.68 -1.7 CALTn 11.40 +.02 -1.0
IntGrA 20.39 -.55 -3.0 CapOppn40.14 -.80 -7.3
Value 27.90 -.44 -5.4 Convrtn 14.75 -.19 -1.1
Rainier Inv Mgt: DivdGrorn14.99 -.22 -2.8
SmMCap 42.53 -.96 -86.4 Energyn 80.21-1.48 -1.3
RIverSource A: Eqlncn 25.28 -.42 -4.6
BalanceA 10.94 -.14 -3.5 Explr n 76.43-1.71 -7.0
DEI 13.38 -.28 -5.2 FLLTn 11.48 +.02 -0.1
DvOppA 9.13 -.18 -4.0 GNMAn 10.33 +.01 +1.2
Growth 33.36 -.28 -2.8 GlobEq n 24.97 -.66 -5.9
HiYdTEA 4.29 +.01 -0.9 Grolnc n 35.58 -.60 -6.0
LgCpEq p 5.99 -.09 -4.3 GrthEq n 12.80 -.23 -3.9
MCpGrA 11.95 -.29 -5.7 HYCorp n 5.90 -.03 -1.9
MidCpVl p 9.46 -.21 -6.2 HIthCren148.93-1.43 -1.0
Royce Funds: InflaPro n 12.50 +.09 +3.3
LwPrSkSvr17.01-.40 -5.0 oIntExplrn22.01 -.74 -5.7
MicroCapl 18.42 -.32 +4.3 lntlGrn 26.87 -.74 -2.6
PennMulr11.71 -.26 -5.4 IntlValn 44.27-1.14 -3.4
Premier r 19.41 -.43 -4.4 ITIGrade n 9.84 +.04 +1.1
TolRetlr 13.68 -.27 -5.1 ITTsryn 11.25 +.05 +2.3
ValSvct 11.18 -.24 -6.5 UfeCon n 17.08 -.13 -1.7
VIPISvc 14.53 -.38 -6.6 LifeGron 24.82 -.41 -3.8
Russell Funds S: Ufetncn 14.26 -.04 -0.6
DivEq 51.38 -.93 -4.8 LifeModn21.15 -.25 -2.8
InlISec 83.58-1.88 -3.2 LTIGraden9.15 +.03 +0.4
MStratBd 10.41 +.01 +0,5 LTTisyn 11.55 +.07 +2.9
QuantEqS 40.56 -.66 -5.0 Morg 20.40 -.34 -5.0
Rydex Advisor: MuHYn 10.57 +.02 -0.8
OTCn 12.75 -.18 -6.7 MulnsLgn1l2.34 +.03 -0.6
SEI Portfolios: Mulntn 13.19 +.02 -0.1
CoreFxAnl0.19 +.01 +0.1 MuLtdn 10.75 +.01 +0.4
InlSEqAn 15.13 -.37 -5.2 MuLongn11.05 +.02 -0.7
LgCGroAn23.07 -.31 -2.9 MuShrtn 15.64 +.01 +0.3
LgCVA An21.77 -.47 -6.8 NJLTn 11.64 +.02 -0.6
TxMgLCn13.86 -.23 -4.5 NYLTn 11.02 +.02 -0.8
S FundsOHLTTEn1l.81 +.02 -0.3
SSgA Funds: PALW s 11.12 70 -0.6
EmgMkt 30.30 -.93 0-3 PALTn 11.12 +.02 -0.6
InStock 14.12 -.32 -5.0 PrecMsrn35.03-1.404.4
STI Classic: PrmcpCorn13.11-.25 -5.3
LCpVlEqA 14.99 -.27 -5,0 Prmcp r n 74.03-1.32 -4.9
LCGrStnkA 13,41,20 -32 S elValu rn20.78 -.29 -4.1
LCGrSlkC p 12.41-.8 -3.3 STAR n 21.76 26 -2 9
SelLCStkC 28.34-,33 -1.6 STIGrade n10,69 +.02 +0.9
SelLCpSlkl30.80-.35 -1.6 STFedn 10.51 +.02 +1.1
Schwab Funds: STsryn 10.59 +.02 +1.6
HlrhCar 16.48 -.14 -0.7 StralEq n 22.65 -.46 -6.4
o1000nv r 42.47 -.75-4.7 TgtRe2025 n13.72-.21-3.4
100OSel 42.50 -75 -47 TgtRe2015 n13.13-.16 -2.7
S&Plnv 22.41 -.39 -4.6 TgtRe2035n14.56-.26 -4.0
S&PSel 22.51 -.40 -4.7 USGron 1936 -.29 -5.1
S&PtnstSI11.48 -.21 -47 USValue n14.12 -.29 -6.5
SimCpdn 23.08 -.54 -6.4 Wellslyn 2210 -09 -1.1
Mupv 4.40 99 54 -4 ellin n 33'72 -37 -2.1
YIdPIsSl 9.28 -.03 -1.3 Wndsrtn 17 .85 -42 -2.
Selected Funds: Wndsrn 17.85 -.42 -6.3
oe arFun-ds:8 Wndsll n 34.87 -.70 -5.5
AmShD 47.00 -.89 -4.2 Vanguard Idx Fds-
AmShSp 46.86 -.90 -4.2 50n1n32.5-28-4.7
Seligman Group: Balancd n21.79 -.21 -2.6
CoSunAt37.12 -.50 -6.1 DevMktn 13.71 -.34 -3.2
FrontrAt 11.3 -.32 -8.3 EMktIn 32.97-1.02 -2.5
FrontrD 9.49 -.26 -8.3 Europen 40.06-1.13 -2.7
.GIbSmA 15.99 -.47 -5.1 Extend n 39.41 -.83 -6.5
GIbTchA 18.10 -.30 -6.4 Growthn 32.24 -.49 -3.1
HYdBAp 3.18 -.02 -3.0 ITBndn 10.49 +.05 +1.5
Sentinel Group: LgCaplx n26.00 -.46 -4.6
ComS A p 34.68 -.55 -4.3 MidCapn 20.30 -.41 -6.0
Sequoian156.78-2.98 -2.1 Pacificn 12.94 -.24 -4.5
Sit Funds: REITrn 21.53 -.55 -8.1
LrgCpGr 44.91 -.56 -2.5 SmCapn 32.38 -.77 -7.0
SoundSh 39.47 -.71 -4.9 SmlCpGthn19.56-.47 -7.2
St FarmAssoc: SmlCpVI n15,69 -.37 -6.7
Gwlh 61.36-1.19 -2.5 STBndn 10.12 +.02 +1,2
Stratton Funds: TolBndn 10.12 +.02 +0.9
Dividend 30.76 -.60 -6.5 T sllIntln 20.02 -.53 -3.1
Multi-Cap 44.70 -.99 -2.3 TolSlk n 34.62 -.63 -4.9
SmCap 46.40-1.03 -7.6 Value n 25.59-.52 -6.2
SunAmerica Funds: Vanguard fistl Fds:
USGvBI 9.42 +.03 +1.5 Ballnstn 21.80 -.21 -2.5
Tamarack Funds: DvMktlnstn13.60-,34 -3.2
EntSmCp29.31 -.75 -6.2 Eurolnhstn40.14-113 -2.7
Value 40.73 -.77 4.5 Extln n 39,50 -.84 -6.4
Templeton Instil: Giwhlst n32.25 -.49 -3.1
EmMSp 25.52 -.42 -4.0 lnstldxn 131.36 -2.33 -4.7
ForEqS 30.35 -.57 -1.2 InsPIn 131.36-2.33 -4.7
Third Avenue Fds: TolBdldx 51.02 +.11 +0.9
Intll r 22.93 -.36 -4.2 InsTStPlus n31 .23-.57 -4.9
RIEstVI r 31,41 -.77 -6.6 MidCplst n20.38 -.42 -6.0
Value 62.02-1.31 -3.2 Paclnst n 12.97 -.24 -4.5
Thornburg Fds: SCInstAn 32.45 -.77 -7.0
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EDITORIAL BOARD
SGerry M ulligan ...............................publisher
' H Charlie Brennan .................................editor


Neale Brennan ......promotions/community affairs
Kathie Stewart ...................circulation director
Mike Arnold ........................managing editor


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Curt Ebitz ................... ....... citizen member
Founded in 1891 Mac Harris ................... citizen member
by Albert M.
Williamson Norm Wagy ................... .......guest member
"You may differ with my choice, but not my right to choose."
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C county officials have
recently taken steps to
show just how serious
they are about conserving water.
The sheriff's public service
officers are now charged with
warning people
who water on the
wrong day. The THE I
warnings are to Cracking
either be made in water v
person or by hang-
ing an orange card OUR 01
on door knobs. The A go c
cards list the prop-
er times and days to
water and note that future viola-
tions are subject to fines.
In addition, the county. will
hire two code inspectors at a
cost of $200,000, including vehi-
cles and equipment. The inspec-
tors' main job will be citing peo-
ple who repeatedly violate water
restrictions.
This is a positive start toward
stopping county residents from


Disabled golfers
Barack Obama wants to
tax the payroll deductions
for Social Security, up that
tax. What he should really
be thinking about doing is
taking the disabled people
that say they're disabled,
who go out and play golf,
taking them off the list
and letting them go out
and get a job and support
themselves.


Giant mounds
The question was asked if Noah
took on termites on his ark. The
answer is yes. The reason that the
ark has never been found is
(because) it has been turned into
giant termite mounds in Africa.
Boat devoured
One of the readers wondered if
Noah ever took the termites off the
ark. No, he did not. This is a joke
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overpumping our water supply.
County officials should view
these steps as a beginning and
not the last action.
County government's recent
agreement to implement "con-
servation rates" in
three major com-
SSUE: munities will help
down on rein in some heavy
olators. users which is
good yet the use
'INION: of private wells to
I start. water lawns needs
to be addressed. A
homeowner who
has their own well can water
within the guidelines yet con-
sume ridiculous amounts of
water.
We again call for a coordinated
effort by state and local govern-
ment to address true water con-
servation through education,
incentives and enforcement.
Only then will county's future
water needs be safeguarded.


CA-LL

563-0579

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Bring more industry lete
Sour
On Nov. 12, there was a see
Sound Off call from some- !
one who thinks that all
. construction workers
should just find another job
if he doesn't want, as he quotes,
this to become "some congested,
smelly, dirty, crime-infested place."
Apparently, this person lives in a
tent or a rundown trailer. I've been
retired since '91 and I pay well over
$2,000 a year in property taxes, but
I would love to see some industry
come to this county and I'd like to
see some jobs for the young people
of this county. They need it, they
deserve it, and I feel they should
have it. People who called in, like
that Sound Off, get a life.
Get out of the streets
I'm getting tired of reading about
all the secondhand smoke and all
these people complaining about
people smoking. I bet that the ones
that complain, I bet their own home
doesn't smell any better than out-
side smoke. So please, people,
mind your own business.
If you can't stand the smoke, like
good-ol' President Truman said,
stay out of the streets there. Stop


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complaining and mind
your own business.
Sea treaty
This is the Law of the
Sea Treaty: LOST remains
a seriously flawed docu-
ment designed to transfer
wealth and technology
from industrialized states
to those of the Third
World. Our founding princi-
ples will be taken away
and will threaten our
national sovereignty. Any
country with a grievance or
terms of the treaty such
as mineral rights, territori-
al waters, etc., will take
their case before the U.N.
and they will have to decide


yea or nay concerning the griev-
ance. U.N. will also be able to tax
the citizens of the United States.
It's nothing less than the establish-
ment of world government, losing
our sovereignty. In 1982, President
Reagan rejected the law of the sea
explicitly.
Smokers! Rarrrrr!
I agree with the caller who called
in about front-door smokers. I am
sick and tired of you smokers sit-
ting out in the front of the store
right by the doorway. You can't
breathe to get in there.
Your smoke is so terrible, it catch-
es my breath. I cannot take it any
longer and you people should have
consideration to get away from the
doorways. The stores should not
allow you to smoke in front of their
doors. It's a disgrace. If you want to
smoke and kill yourself, fine. But I
(don't think) that I have to die
because of your stinking cigarette
smoke.


Why is it that they could never find
Noah's ark? The reason why is he
forgot to take the termites off and
the termites ate the ark. Wasn't that
a good one? I'm 94 years old and
I'm still telling it and they're still
laughing. I still laugh at myself, also.
Noah's stowaways
Regarding Noah's rule on saving
pests: Most creatures went aboard
in pairs. However, two worms went
aboard in apples, and the termites
went onboard in a board.


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LETTERS


Fight to end
I have a few questions that I would
like to receive answers. The people
(service people) serve their months
there and then return here for a short
period of time then return (Iraq). Why
don't the 200,000 troops in Europe,
Korea and Japan get sent? Why aren't
those people sent to Iraq and let the
vets from Iraq serve in their places?
Will someone explain what the
space station is doing for the good of
the world?
Why are billions being sent to coun-
tries all over the world (not including
Iraq and the war) while our own peo-
ple can't afford Medicare or hospital-
ization? Why?
I am a disabled vet of World War II.
If we pull out of Iraq (as a big per-
centage of the populist people want),
we will suffer as we did with the
other wars we pulled out of early:
Vietnam and Korea. Let the govern-
ment finish the war that we are in to
a conclusion, not leaving early.
Leroy Loveland
Homosassa

P.C. run amok
As I'm reading my paper this morn-
ing, I start going through the sale
pages and notice that all of the stores
are having a "holiday sale" and sell-
ing "holiday trees." What is a holiday
tree?It's a Christmas tree and it's a
Christmas sale!
Is the next thing going to be instead
of Santa Claus and his eight tiny rein-
deer, "Holiday Man and his eight tiny
inclement weather deer?"


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I am getting so fed up with
political correctness crap tha
the point where I will not bu;
these stores. This is still a pr
nantly Christian country that
founded by Christian people,
a pretty sad state of affairs th
majority kowtows to a vocal
If they want to have a Ham
sale or an "End of Ramadan'
have no problem with that. B
what it is!
I believe that we as a coun
should respect the culture of
our recent immigrants, but th
n't mean giving up our identi
nation. How well do you thin
would go over in an Islamic
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D Ramadan because you are a
mnicle edi- Christian? If the average American
editorial doesn't stand up for themselves, we
will soon be getting presents from
car- "Holiday Man."
ot neces-
the edito- Alan Peckham
ed to Inverness
er to the
editorial Paws for thought
would call Re: The Abominable Night Stalker
660.
include a It came again last night, as it does
including most every night. I've never seen it,
and but the evidence of its presence is
one num-
iven out. clear.
ters for When the sun goes down, I lock all
I taste. the doors, draw the shades and
1 350 remain inside until dawn. A security
ted to light does not deter its stalk
1624 N. Sometimes, the assault is from front
ver, FL to rear. Sometimes, from rear to front
280; or e- Either way, the result is always the
O.com.
same.
Tracks! Big muddy tracks! From the
this hood, up the windshield, across the
at I'm to roof, and exiting down over the trunk.
y from Don't be deceived by what looks like
edomi- ordinary cat tracks, because it's
t was Mudfoot!
and it's Prediction of the Citrus County
iat the Chronicle Editorial Board's take on
minority. this: "This situation is totally unac-
nukah ceptable! We need a government pro-
sale, I gram to insure that all citizens have an
3ut call it enclosed garage for their car It is
intolerable that the less fortunate be
try branded with tracks across the hood of
f all of their car as to their economic status. If
hat does- you don't have a car, then we need a
ity as a government program for that, too!"
.k it
country if Joe D. Gilbreath
ce of Dunnellon


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ALAN FESTO
afesto@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
As far as high school sports go in
Citrus County, the Lecanto football
program has some catching up to
do. However, when it comes to boy
basketball, the Panthers are the
ones waiting on the rest of the coun-
ty to catch up.
Lecanto is coming off its best sea- ,
son in school history, one that saw
the Panthers enjoy an 18-game %kin-A.
ning streak as well as the teanim's
first trip to the regional finals. -" "+M4
However, Lecanto ended the season
with a bad taste in its mouth, getting
beat, 64-31, by the Atlantic Sharks
with a shot at the Final Four.
"That was a big lesson for our'
whole team and our coaching staff,`
Lecanto coach Chris Nichols said. '..
Now the Panthers are hungry and
back for more.
"We have to get the work done.,
we've got a big target on our chest
now," Nichols said. "We're going, to
get a lot of peoples best shot."
Lecanto returns a solid core of
players led by brothers Victor and i:
Nick Cortes. The success of the sea-
son will dependly heavily on the
two starting guards who have by fVar
the most experience on the count tl
Victor averaged 10 points a nd .
almost four assists per game as a
junior last year and Nick %as
instant offense off the bench. Nick
has now made his way onto the
starting five and it's up to someone
else to provide that spark
"That guy hasn't shown up yet,"
Nichols said when asked %%lho
would fill that roll. "Right no'.
we're learning who we are and who
we're gonna be."
After the preseason, Nichols said
he's been pleased with the intensity
and enthusiasm coming off tihe
bench, however, he admitted tlhe.
haven't always been accompli-hing.--
what they needed to.
"Hopefully the playing gets better ,.
and matches that intensity," he sa id. --
As for Victor, Nichols expects hiin mo
to step up and to provide strong.
leadership, especially with the
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EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W LOT Pts GF GA
N.Y Rangers 12 8 1 25 47 40
Philadelphia 11 7 1 23 57 50
N.Y. Islanders 11 6 .0 22 45 45
New Jersey 8 10 2 18 48 56
Pittsburgh 8 10 2 18 56 62
Northeast Division
W LOT PtsGF GA
Ottawa 16 3 0 32 61 39
Montreal 11 6 3 25 63 54
Toronto 8 8 5 21 66 74
Boston 9 7 2 20 45 46
Buffalo 7 10 1 15 50 54
Southeast Division
W LOT Pts GF GA
Carolina 12 6 3 27 71 58
Tampa Bay 10 8 2 22 68 61
Atlanta 10 10 0 20 56 69
Florida 9 12 1 19 55 65
Washington 6 13 1 13 46 59
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division
W LOT Pts GF GA
Detroit 14 5 1 29 69 50
Chicago 11 8 1 23 62 61
Nashville 10 7 2 22 55 55
Columbus 9 7 4 22 53 50
St. Louis 10 7 0 20 45 41
Northwest Division
W LOT Pts GF GA
Minnesota 11 7 2 24 55 50
Colorado 11 7 1 23 57 55
Vancouver 10 8 1 21 51 50
Calgary 8 9 3 19 56 63
Edmonton 7 12 1 15 44 64
Pacific Division
W LOT Pts GF GA
San Jose 11 7 3 25 57 47
Anaheim 10 8 3 23 54 58
Dallas 8 7 4 20 58 55
Los Angeles 8 10 1 17 58 63
Phoenix 8 10 0 16 42 56
Two points for a win, one point for over-
time loss or shootout loss.
Sunday's Games
Detroit 5, Columbus 4, SO
Minnesota 4, Colorado 1
Vancouver 4, Calgary 1
Monday's Games
Atlanta 4, Tampa Bay 3, OT
Florida 4, Washington 3
N.Y. Islanders 2, N.Y. Rangers 1
Ottawa 4, Montreal 2
Los Angeles at Dallas 3, Los Angeles 0
Nashville at St. Louis, late
Today's Games
Boston at Toronto, 7 p.m.
Vancouver at Edmonton, 9 p.m.
Colorado at Calgary, 9 p.m.
Wednesday's Games
Florida at Columbus, 7 p.m.
Atlanta at Washington, 7 p.m.
Philadelphia at Carolina, 7 p.m.
Montreal at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m.
Ottawa at Buffalo, 7:30 p.m.
St. Louis at Detroit, 7:30 p.m.
New Jersey at Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m.
N.Y. Rangers at Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m.
Vancouver at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
Anaheim at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
Los Angeles at Phoenix, 9:30 p.m.



NBA Standings
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L Pct GB
Boston 8 1 .889 -
Toronto 5 5 .500 3%
New Jersey 4 6 .400 41A
Philadelphia 3 6 .333 5
New York 2 7 .222 6
Southeast Division
W L Pct GB
Orlando 10 2 .833 -
Charlotte 6 4 .600 3
Washington 4 5 .444 4%
Atlanta 3 6 .333 5%
Miami 2 8 .200 7
Central Division
W L Pct GB
Detroit 6 4 .600 -
Cleveland 5 5 .500 1
Milwaukee 4 4 .500 1
Indiana 4 6 .400 2
Chicago 2 7 .222 3%
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Southwest Division
W L Pct GB
San Antonio 8 2 .800 -
Dallas 7 2 .778 '2
New Orleans 9 3 .750 -
Houston 6 5 .545 2%
Memphis 3 7 .300 5
Northwest Division
W L Pct GB
Denver 7 3 .700 -
Utah 7 4 .636 %
Portland 4 7 .364 3%
Seattle 2 10 .167 6
Minnesota 1 7 .125 5
Pacific Division
W L Pct GB
Phoenix 8 2 .800 -
L.A. Lakers 6 3 .667 1%
L.A. Clippers 5 4 .556 2%
Sacramento 4 6 .400 4
Golden State 2 6 .250 5
Sunday's Games
Golden State 106, Toronto 100
Orlando 104, Boston 102
Sacramento 105, Detroit 95
L.A. Lakers 106, Chicago 78
Monday's Games
Charlotte 101, Portland 92
Memphis 125, Seattle 108
Orlando 95, New Orleans 88
New Jersey at Utah, late
Today's Games
San Antonio at Atlanta, 7 p.m.
L.A. Lakers at Indiana, 7 p.m.
Milwaukee at Cleveland, 7 p.m.
Philadelphia at Washington, 7 p.m.
Golden State at New York, 7:30 p.m.
Toronto at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
Chicago at Denver, 9 p.m.
Phoenix at Sacramento, 10 p.m.


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FOOTBALL
NFL Standings
AMERICAN CONFERENCE
East
W L T Pct PF PA
New England 10 0 01.000 411 157
Buffalo 5 5 0 .500 153 222
N.Y. Jets 2 8 0 .200 178 244
Miami 0 10 0 .000 183 274
South
W L T Pct PF PA
Indianapolis 8 2 0 .800 278 159
Jacksonville 7 3 0 .700 227 215
Tennessee 6 4 0 .600 178 152
Houston 5 5 0 .500 226 236
North
W L T Pct PF PA
Pittsburgh 7 3 0 .700 269 145
Cleveland 6 4 0 .600 288 294
Baltimore 4 6 0 .400 168 211
Cincinnati 3 7 0 .300 246 286
West
W L T Pct PF PA
San Diego 5 5 0 .500 229 209
Denver 5 5 0 .500 187 258
Kansas City 4 6 0 .400 145 186
Oakland 2 8 0 .200 180 223
NATIONAL CONFERENCE
East
W L T Pct PF PA
Dallas 9 1 0 .900 324 218
N.Y. Giants 7 3 0 .700 236 200
Philadelphia 5 5 0 .500 206 187
Washington 5 5 0 .500 200 221
South
W L T Pct PF PA
Tampa Bay 6 4 0 .600 195 151
Carolina 4 6 0 .400 167 212
New Orleans 4 6 0 .400 212 246
Atlanta 3 7 0 .300 142 213
North
W L T Pct PF PA
Green Bay 9 1 0 .900 259 159
Detroit 6 4 0 .600 231 232
Chicago 4 6 0 .400 184 217
Minnesota 4 6 0 .400 195 210
West
W L T Pct PF PA
Seattle 6 4 0 .600 221 164
Arizona 5 5 0 .500 223 222
St. Louis 2 8 0 .200 149 257
San Francisco 2 8 0 .200 113 223
Sunday's Games
N.Y. Giants 16, Detroit 10.
Minnesota 29, Oakland 22
Tampa Bay 31, Atlanta 7
Green Bay 31, Carolina 17
Houston 23, New Orleans 10
Cleveland 33, Baltimore 30, OT
Indianapolis 13, Kansas City 10
Arizona 35, Cincinnati 27
Philadelphia 17, Miami 7
Jacksonville 24, San Diego 17
N.Y. Jets 19, Pittsburgh 16, OT
Dallas 28, Washington 23
St. Louis 13, San Francisco 9
Seattle 30, Chicago 23
New England 56, Buffalo 10
Monday's Game
Denver 34, Tennessee 20
Thursday, Nov. 22
Green Bay at Detroit, 12:30 p.m.
N.Y. Jets at Dallas, 4:15 p.m.
Indianapolis at Atlanta, 8:15 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 25
Seattle at St. Louis, 1 p.m.
Minnesota at N.Y. Giants, 1 p.m.
Oakland at Kansas City, 1 p.m.
Houston at Cleveland, 1 p.m.
Tennessee at Cincinnati, 1 p.m.
New Orleans at Carolina, 1 p.m.
Washington at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m.
Buffalo at Jacksonville, 1 p.m.
San Francisco at Arizona, 4:05 p.m.
Denver at Chicago, 4:15 p.m. ...
Baltimore at San Diego, 4:15 p.m. "
Philadelphia at New England, 8:15 p.m.
Monday, Nov. 26
Miami at Pittsburgh, 8:30 p.m.

MOVES
Monday's Sports
Transactions
BASEBALL
American League
CHICAGO WHITE SOX-Traded RHP
Jon Garland to the Los Angeles Angels for
SS Orlando Cabrera and cash.
CLEVELAND INDIANS-Purchased the
contracts of LHP Scott Lewis, RHP Adam
Miller, LHP Reid Santos and C Wyatt
Toregas from Akron (EL) and LHP Tony
Sipp from Buffalo (IL).
TEXAS RANGERS-Purchased the
contracts of OF Brandon Boggs, RHP
Thomas Diamond, LHP Matt Harrison and






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TODAY'S SPORTS
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
7 p.m. (ESPN) Maui Invitational Semifinal Teams TBA
7 p.m. (FSNFL) Georgia State at Florida State
8 p.m. (SUN) North Florida at Florida
9 p.m. (ESPN) Maui Invitational Semifinal Teams TBA
10 p.m. (ESPN2) CBE Classic Final Teams TBA
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
7 p.m. (ESPN2) Middle Tennessee State at Troy
NHL HOCKEY
7 p.m. (VERSUS) Boston Bruins at Toronto Maple Leafs


Prep CALENDAR


TODAY'S PREP SPORTS
BOYS BASKETBALL
7:30 p.m. Citrus at North Marion
7:30 p.m. Crystal River at South Sumter
7:30 p.m. Lecanto at Central
GIRLS BASKETBALL
7:30 p.m. North Marion at Citrus
7:30 p.m. South Sumter at Crystal River
7:30 p.m. South Lake at Lecanto
BOYS SOCCER
6 p.m. North Marion at Citrus
6 p.m. West Port at Lecanto
GIRLS SOCCER
6 p.m. Citrus at North Marion
7:30 p.m. Crystal River at South Sumter


C Max Ramirez. Designated OF Victor
Diaz for assignment.
National League-
ATLANTA BRAVES-Agreed to terms
with LHP Tom Glavine on a one-year con-
tract.
CINCINNATI REDS-Named Mike Goff
manager and Chris Bosio pitching coach
for Chattanooga (SL), Frank Cacciatore
manager and Tom Browning pitching
coach for Billings (Pioneer), Jorge Orta hit-
ting coach for Reds (GCL) and Bill Doran
infield-baserunning instructor.
MILWAUKEE BREWERS-Purchased
the contracts of RHP Tim Dillard from
Nashville (PCL) and INF Alcides Escobar,
C Lou Palmisano and RHP Luis Pena from
Huntsville (SL).
NEW YORK METS-Agreed to terms
with INF Luis Castillo to a four-year con-
tract.
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES-Purchased
the contracts of INF Brad Harman from
Clearwater (FSL) and C Jason Jaramillo
from Ottawa (IL).
SAN DIEGO PADRES-Agreed to terms
with RHP Greg Maddux on a one-year
contract. Purchased the contracts of RHP
Ernesto Frieri and RHP Wilton Lopez from
Elsinore (Cal). Promoted Tom Gamboa to
minor league.field coordinator, Tony Muser
to minor league hitting coordinator, Bill
Bryk to special assistant to the general
manager major league scout, Randy Smith
to d.recior of ,nterriational scouting-major
league scout, Mike Wickham to director of
minor league operations and Bob Filotei to
national crosschecker. Named David
Francia area scout.
ST. LOUIS CARDINALS-Agreed to
terms with C Jason LaRue on a one-year
contract and RHP Dewon Brazelton and
RHP John Wasdin on minor league con-
tracts.
American Association
PENSACOLA PELICANS-Released
RHP Scott Vandermeer.
SIOUX CITY EXPLORERS-Claimed
RHP Matt Salvato and RHP Jarrett
Stawarz off waivers from New Haven
County (Can-Am).
Can-Am League
NEW HAVEN COUNTY CUTTERS-
Released LHP Bryan Brainer, RHP Trevor
Marcotte, LHP Rolando Valles, LHP Brad
Whitworth, C Mikaela Dworken, INF
Thomas Koch, INF Chas Terni, INF Junior



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Henri Stanley and OF Kevin Whiteside.
Atlantic League
LANCASTER BARNSTORMERS-
Named Von Hayes manager.
BASKETBALL
NBA Development League
AUSTIN TOROS-Waived G Marcus
Williams.
BAKERSFIELD JAM-Waived G Yuta
Tabuse.
LOS ANGELES D-FENDERS-Waived
G Darren Cooper.
UTAH FLASH-Waived G Dwayne
Schackleford.
FOOTBALL
National Football League
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS-Released
K John Carney. Re-signed LB Jorge
Cordova.
HOCKEY
National Hockey League
NHL-Suspended Montreal F Tom
Kostopoulos one game for sparking an
altercation in a Nov. 17 game.
ANAHEIM DUCKS-Acquired C Brian
Sutherby from Washington for a 2009 sec-
ond-round entry draft pick.
BOSTON BRUINS-Recalled G Tuukka
Rask from Providence (AHL).
CALGARY FLAMES-Recalled G Curtis
McElhinney from Quad City (AHL).
DALLAS STARS-Assigned D Bryce
Lampman to Iowa (AHL).
PHOENIX COYOTES-Assigned F
Olivier Latendresse, F Alex Leavitt and D
Sean Sullivan to San Antonio (AHL).
SAN JOSE SHARKS-Assigned G
Dimitri Patzold to Worcester (AHL).
Recalled G Thomas Greiss frori
Worcester.
TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING-Traded D
Bryce Lampman to Dallas for D Mario
Scalza. Assigned Scalza to Norfolk (AHL).
VANCOUVER CANUCKS-Recalled F
Mike Brown from Manitoba (AHL).
Assigned F Jannik Hansen to Manitoba.
COLLEGE
ALCORN STATE-Fired Johnny
Thomas, football coach.
AUBURN-Announced the resignation
of Laura Farina, volleyball coach.
MICHIGAN-Announced the retirement
of Lloyd Carr, football coach.
RHODE ISLAND-Fired Tim Stowers,
football coach.
SOUTHERN UTAH-Fired Wes Meier,
football coach.


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Vanguard, 2-0
The Citrus boys soccer team
beat Vanguard on Monday night, 2-
0, thanks to two late goals.
Nathan Swander scored unas-
sisted and then Zach Fagan
scored on a penalty kick in the final
seven minutes to get the win.
Citrus (4-1-2) keeper Adam
SantaFe at 12 saves in the first
half.
"Our defense did an outstanding
job of keeping them on the out-
side," Citrus coach Steve Ekeli
said.
Lecanto, Trinity
battle to 2-2 tie
The Lecanto girls soccer team
got its first mark in a spot other
than the win column on Monday
night, tying Trinity Catholic, 2-2.


HUNGRY
Continued from Page 1B

departure of Jared Brantley
and Greg Simerly to graduation.
Overall, Nichols said his
team will have play unselfish
basketball, defend and
rebound if they hope to repeat
as district champions.
LECANTO PANTHERS
* Coach: Chris Nichols, 18th
season
* Last Season: 25-4, District
4A-6 Champions
* Key Loses: Jared Brantley,
Bryan Hamer, Collin Pugh,
Greg Simerly, Joey Viverito,
Keon Atkins, Mike Palmore
* Key Returnees: Victor
Cortes, Nick Cortes, Mike
Kelly, Stephen Quinn,
Garret LeMon, Stephen
Buckley
* Key Newcomers: Eric Pugh,
Elijah Bradley, Evan
Marshall, Tony Silvio, Joe
LePore, Errol Cavanaugh,
Drew Cox
Outlook: Six players return
to the Panthers' roster led by
guards Victor and Nick Cortes.
The team's pressure defense
should once again give oppos-
ing offenses fits as they attempt
to out run the competition.
Lecanto used that pressure a
year ago to help them run off
18-straight victories and-win
the District 4A-6 champi-
onship. If the Panthers hope to
see a repeat of last season it
will need players to provide
quality minutes off the bench.
Lecanto coach Chris Nichols
said his team's play needs to
stay at the same level, or get
better when his starters are
resting on the bench for team
to be successful.
CITRUS HURRICANES
* Coach: Tom Densmore, 4th
year
* Last Season: 7-17
* Key Loses: None
* Key Returnees: Trent
Shelton, Justin Nance, Andy
Rouse, Nathan Pullen, Craig
Augustine, Jon Ear
* Key Newcomer- Emmitte
Beard
* Key Weaknesses:
Consistency on defense
* Key Strengths: Balance
Outlook- Coming off a 7-17
season, the Hurricanes return
all five starters from last year
as well as their sixth man Jon
Ear leading to extremely high
expectations entering the 2007
season.
"We were able to start this
year as soon as last year
ended," Citrus coach Tom
Densmore said because of the
returning members.


Sports BRIEFS
Lecanto's (8-0-1) Ashley Brower
scored an unassisted goal at the
2:16 mark while teammate Ashley
Irizarry scored at the 3:56 mark
thank to assist from Brower.
Trinity Catholic got its first goal
about midway thought he opening
half and then tied that game at two
in the 64th minutes
"I was very pleased with our play
tonight," Lecanto coach Kevin
Towne said.
Rivera accepts Yanks'
$45 million, 3-year offer
NEW YORK Mariano Rivera
told the New York Yankees he is
accepting their $45 million, three-
year offer and will remain with the
only major league team he's ever
pitched for.
The closer, who turns 38 on
Nov. 29, gets an average salary
more than $4 million above what


"Expectations are high but we
wouldn't want it any other
way."
Densmore feels if the team
plays up to its capability, it
should be able to compete with
Lecanto and West Port for the
district title.
"We should be right in the
mix," he said.
Citrus should be an extreme-
ly balanced team with the
capability to get points inside
the paint or beyond the three-
point line.
All-county selection Craig
Augustine returns as the
teams' lone senior and along
with Nathan Pullen should
provide a formidable option in
the post
"It's a nice tandem in there,"
Densmore said.
On the outside, Justin
Nance, Andy Rouse and Trent
Shelton all have the ability to
shoot the long ball and depend-
ing on what look defenses give
them will determine who the
offense is centered around.
"We not me," is what
Densmore said the team decid-
ed on as its motto this season.
'"All 12 guys have to be just as
happy when one guy scores
because when someone scores
we all score," Densmore said.
CRYSTAL RIVER PIRATES
* Coach: Justin Orosz, 2nd
year
* Key Loses: Jay Winborne,
Kyle Bertocchi, Joe Ramos,
Dustin Danziesen, Pat
Edwards, Brennan McNally.
* Key Returnees: Wes Lanier,
Badal Trivedi, Chris
Hodgkins, J.T. Fuller
* Key Newcomers: Cody
Hibbard, Aaron Laga,
Deondre Scott, Randy
Hodges, Torrion Smith,
Ronnie Baldner
* Strengths: Toughness,
Communication
* Weaknesses: Too many
question marks
Outlook: The Pirates lost
about 90 percent of their scor-
ing from 2006 so expect to see a
lot of new faces as second-year
coach Justin Orosz tries to
build off last year.
Besides the losses to gradua-
tion, Crystal River will have to
cope with injuries as well.
Bryan Hammerle, who was
expected to be the focal point
of the offense, is lost for the
year because of a blown ACL,
and Justin Branch who was on
pace to be a captain broke an
ankle and is out for about eight
weeks.
"It will be a challenging set
of circumstances but it's an
opportunity for people to step
up," Orosz said.
The Pirates will get help
from five football players once
the season is over including
2006 starter Wes Lanier. Orosz


every other reliever currently
makes.
Rivera's agreement is pending a
physical. The Yankees also have a.
preliminary agreement on a $52.4
million, four-year contract with 0
catcher Jorge Posada.
"We've got everybody back,"
Yankees senior vice president
*Hank Steinbrenner said Monday. ,
"It's good to have both Jorgie and
him back."
Rivera was coming off a three-
year contract that paid him $31.5
million. He had hoped for an
extension before the start of this ;
season, but the Yankees decided ,,
not to discuss contract extensions
with any of their players until after
the 2007 season was over.
"Mariano is obviously someone
that we can't live without because
he's one of a kind and he's so ,.
unique in what he does for us,"
Alex Rodriguez said. --


was particularly excited about;oi.'
the additions of Torrion Smithbi. !
and Ronnie Balder. fi
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thing," Orosz said if they foot-'.~ "d
ball players adjust quickly. ri7'
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have a starting five and Oroszljiv;
said the spots will be earned in 0 .'
practice and that nobody will'U
ever have a guaranteed spot.
"We never want to full into a%
rut where we have set
starters," he said.
Overall, Orosz expects the
team to remain focused and
work toward playing their best
basketball at the end of the sea-
son. '
"We're gonna get there butv':;,
it's going to take some time !)4
with these guys," he said. i1!le

SEVEN RIVERS WARRIORS *
* Coach: Jim Ervin, 7th year ..
* Last Season 20-8 A
* Key Loses: Justin rind
Richardson, Travis tc!'M
Hamilton, Drew Donovan, :J
Matt Reese


* Key Returnees: Derek
LaBahn, Ty Commons, D
Tucker Cortese, Keaton
Wahl, Jon Woods
* Key Newcomers: Andrew ,
Gage, Miles Kauffmann ,-
Outlook: Seven Rivers is s
coming off the best season ini,'i
school history, which included
20 wins, its first district cham-.07R.
pionship and a trip to the state
playoffs.
Unfortunately for the
Warriors, the were stung b. a .
last-second shot that sent them p
packing but now have their..
sights set on getting back to 6
that level.
"They've won a district title
and they're hungry for another..,,
one," Seven Rivers coach Jim
Ervin said. "Our ultimate goal "i6
is to go 12-0 in districts and \ in .
districts again."
Ervin thinks this year's team 'i
is more skilled at the game otf'j;:
basketball then last year'si
squad, a team that included -
Chronicle player of the year -.
Justin Richardson.
Derek LaBahn and Ty
Commons with attempt to pick
up the scoring slack left by
Richardson's departure;
Richardson averaged over 20
points per game. LaBahn aver-
aged 22 points and 11 boards in
the team's first two preseason
games and Commons is one of
the best shooters Ervin has
ever had at Seven Rivers.
Unlike last year's team that
just applied pressure on the
defensive end, this unit is
capable of pushing the ball up
the floor very quickly on
offense. The Warriors go eight
deep, so expect games to be
extremely up tempo as they
attempt to give teams problems
in transition.


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USTA mixed doubles moved


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cle a couple of weeks ago
we mentioned that the
USTA MIXED DOUBLES (19+)
league had been moved.
In the past it was scheduled
during the summer and now it
will be held at the same time as
the Senior (50+) Men's and
Women's Doubles.
I think that's a good move
because it gives the players
under 50 a chance to also com-
pete during the cooler time of
the year.
DEADLINE: Dec. 9, (the
same as for the Senior
leagues). Mandatory reserva-
tion of team number, contact
local league coordinator, Cathy
Priest, wh 's info appears
below.
Level of Play: 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0
and 10.0, minimum of two
teams per level.
Rating difference between
members of an individual dou-
bles pair may not exceed 1.0.
This means that at the 8.0 level
for instance, you can play a 4.5
with a 3.5, but not a 5.0 with a
3.0.
USA mixed league tennis


play will begin Jan. 6, 2008.
For more information, con-
tact Cathy Priest 732-9574 or 361-
6350 (sobeus@earthlinknet)
Monday Night Ladies
Doubles League
Results for Monday Nov. 12
were:
Brooksville Kick Butt vs
Bicentennial Babes, 3-3;
Pine Ridge
Racqueteers vs
Black Diamond, 3-3;
Brooksville Aces ;.
def. Sugarmill
Woodsies, 3-0 (1
match to be played);
Love Inverness
had a bye.
This league is
geared towards the
3.5 and 4.0 female Eric v
players who cannot Hoo
play during the day ON TE
and don't mind trav-
eling to get in those
great tennis matches.
For more information and to
sign up, contact Antoinette van
den Hoogen at 382-3138 or
hoera@juno.com.
Citrus County Tuesday
Womens Tennis Leagues.


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Results for Tuesday Nov. 6
were: Crystal River Acers vs
Crystal River Volleygirls, 2-2;
Skyview Linegirls vs Sugarmill
Swingers,2-2; Black Diamond
had a bye. Results for Tuesday
Nov 13 were at Skyview Linegirls
def. Black Diamond, 4-1; Crystal
River Volleygirls vs Sugarmill
Swingers, 2-2;
Crystal River Acers
had a bye.
This league is
geared towards the
7 3.0 and 3.5 level
:, players. Each team
consists of four
players. New play-
@... ers, regulars or
subs, are always
.n den welcome. To sign up
gen or for information
NNIS about this league,
contact the chair-
person, Candace
Charles, at 563-5859 or can-
dacecharles@tampabay.rr.com
Senior Ladies
Tuesday 3.0 League
Results for Nov. 13 were:
Riverhaven Ospreys def.
Riverview, 4-0;


Meadowcrest Rackettes def.
Riverhaven Gators, 4-1;
Citrus Hills def. Pine Ridge, 4-
0; Crystal River def.
Sugarmillwoods, 3-2.
Meadowcrest Aces had a bye.
The league is geared towards
senior 3.0 ladies from Citrus
County. For information or to
sign up as a player or a sub,
contact Sue Price at 628-5620
or jprice6@tampabayrr.com.
Thursday Morning Citrus
Area Doubles League
Results for Nov. 15 were:
Bicentennial Babes def.
Crystal River Raqueteers, 6-2;
Sugarmill Woods Oak vs Pine
Ridge Mavericks, 5-5;
Skyview def. Crystal River Yo
yo's, 6-3; Sugarmill Woods
Smashers def. Bicentennial
TNT, 7-3; Citrus Hills Aces def.
Pine Ridge Fillies, 6-3.
Citrus Hills Swingers had a
bye. For more information call
Maureen Caruso at 352-270-
9172, cell 678-520-9366, or mau-
reenl894@aol.com or Joyce
Smith at 628-4622.
Friday Senior Ladies'
Doubles 3.0 3.5 League
Results for Nov. 16 were:


Pine Ridge Mustangs def
Citrus Hackers, 4-0;
Riverhaven Eagles def. Pine
Ridge ,X.'S, 4-0;
Sugarmill Woods def.
Meadowcrest Aces, 4-0;
Meadowcrest Swingers had a
bye. For more information or to
sign up contact Jo Santo at 563-
5848
Ladies Singles
Tennis League
The Citrus Area Ladies
Singles League now has 20
players competing at three dif-
ferent levels throughout the
county. The top three players
for each level and their total
number of matches won are as
follows:
4.0: Michiele Afkhamie, 2;
Claudia Williams, 2; Pamelia
Payne, 1.
3.5: Janet Mulligan, 2; Diane
Elmhirst, 2; Robyn Hollins, 1;
Heidi Miller, 1.
3.0: Lorie Wilkes, 4; Margie
McLellan, 3; Lana Shale, 1;
Joan Kobayashi, 1.
. New singles players are wel-
come to join for the next ses-
sion which will begin in
January Match times are flexi-


ble so that those who work or
have other obligations during
the day can schedule their
matches in the evening or on
weekends. For more informa-
tion, please contact Margie
McLellan 476-5617 or email
margiemclellan@tampabay.rr.
com.
USTA Leagues:
8.5 Combo Women:
Sugarmill Woods lost to Fort
King, 2-1. Record 1-5. 7.5
Combo Men: Skyview lost to
Fort King, 2-1. Record 2-4.
Tournaments:December 1-2,
Chronicle/Pines at
Whisperimg Pines Park in
Inverness. For information
contact 726-3913. January 5-6,
2008, Chocolate Bowl (juniors
only) at the Inverness Golf and
Country Club. For information
contact Steve Barnes 586-0241
or gramater@ta.mpabayrr.com
January 19-20, Crystal River
Open at Crystal River.

Eric van den Hoogen,
Chronicle tennis columnist,
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Obesity

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to some

cancers
Last week in my col-
umn, I discussed the
importance of main-
taining a healthy body
weight, specifically, keeping
your Body Mass Index (BMI)
in check
More data continues to
emerge showing that obesity
and being overweight in-
crease the risk of several
malignancies in women, in-
cluding cancers of the en-
dometrium, breast and
ovaries, according to a re-
cent report of the British
Medical Journal OnLine.
For many of the cancers,
menopausal status appears
to influence the risk as well.
The findings also suggest
that roughly 6,000 of the can-
cers that occur annually
among postmenopausal
women in the United King-
dom are related to being
overweight or obese. If this
Please see /Page 4C


Allergy shots can take

months to become effective
M any of us suffer the primary cause for
from allergies. patients stopping their aller-
Sometimes they are *gy shots has been inconven-
very simple and easily han- ience and unrealistic expec-
dled with over-the-counter stations. Also, it is interesting
or prescription strength to note that sometimes,
antihistamines. And other patients will get anecdotal
individuals have more sig- information or myths about
nificant allergies and, ulti- allergy shots from friends
mately, are allergy tested and acquaintances, and they
and found to be allergic Dr. Denis Grilo will allow this to discourage
enough to require allergy EAR, NOSE them from continuing on
shots, which is a method of & THROAT their immunotherapy or
desensitizing us from the desensitization process.
things to which we are aller- It is also very interesting
gic. that over the years, I have noticed that
A frequent question is, how long does reaction to the injection, which is usu-
it take before the allergy shots will ally given weekly, or the cost of the
work and what is the chance of suc- injection has never been a major obsta-
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Heartburn

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Cancer of the esopha-
gus (food pipe) is a
common cancer in the
United States. Though it
affects only 15,500 people
every year, almost 14,000 die
because of it In other words,
it is a difficult cancer to cure
unless it is diagnosed early.
Therefore, the best course is
prevention.
The most common cause
of cancer of the esophagus is
smoking and alcohol abuse.
Avoid them. Other causes
include Barrett's esophagus.
Heartburn is secondary to
acid reflux from the stomach
to the esophagus. Occasional
heartburn usually is not
serious, but chronic acid
reflux can lead to Barrett's
esophagus. In this condition,
cells similar to your stom-
ach's glandular cells devel-
op in the lower esophagus.
These new cells are resist-
ant to stomach acid, but they
also have a high potential for
malignancy Barrett's esoph-
agus is the cause of about
one-third of esophageal can-
cers. Smoking, obesity and a
high-sodium diet put you at
increased risk of reflux
problems.
Usually these patients ini-
tially develop dysplasia -
abnormal lining of the
esophagus. This is initially
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Update about painful diabetic neuropathy


T he October Journal
of the American
Podiatric Medical
Association had an inter-
esting article by Robert
Smith, DPM, regarding the
current treatment options
for painful diabetic neu-
ropathy I see many diabet-
ic patients here in Citrus .D
County who, unfortunately, Dr. Dav
suffer from neuropathy in BEST
their feet as a result of FOR%
their diabetes.
The American Diabetes
Association estimates 7 percent of the
U.S. population has diabetes, and it
estimates the 45 percent of those with
diabetes will suffer from diabetic neu-
ropathy at some point in their lives.
These numbers may actually be an un-
derestimation, because of those dia-
betics who do not see physicians for
annual checkups. About 4 percent to 5
percent of the diabetic population suf-
fers from painful diabetic neuropathy.


d B. Raynor
FOOT
WARD


Diabetic neuropathy is
not fully understood, but
generally manifests as
diminished or increased
sensation, numbness or
pain.
Symptoms of neuropathy
are not a disease per se,
but on of the potential side
effects from diabetes and
its effect on the nervous
system. Diabetic neuropa-
thy is believed to be per-
manent and irreversible.


Changes in neuronal
blood supply and biochemistry, as a
side effect of diabetes, is believed to
be the rather complex cause of the
neuropathy and irreversible nerve
damage. Abnormal blood glucose lev-
els in diabetes are believed to damage
the vascular supply and biochemistry
of the peripheral nerves.
Patients may describe neuropathy
as burning, stabbing, freezing, throb-
bing, constricting and/or electric


shock The neuropathy tends to mani-
fest first in the feet and legs, but can
affect the thorax, spine and upper
extremities.
Differential diagnoses for neuropa-
thy in the feet include Charcot foot,
Morton's neuroma, lumbar radicu-
lopathy and tarsal tunnel syndrome.
Possible causes of neuropathy other
than diabetes include such conditions
as Tabes dorsalis, post-chemotherapy,
toxic exposure, pernicious anemia,
cancer and alcohol abuse.
Despite years of research and study,
the only present treatment that
addresses the underlying cause of the
painful neuropathy is improved blood
glucose control and management.
This is an important fact that bears
repeating: There is no magic pill or
therapy for diabetes and its complica-
tions.
The only effective management tool
for diabetes is better blood glucose
control that ultimately rests in the
patient's hands and dictates signifi-


cant lifestyle changes for most
patients.
However, there are treatments that
may help to relieve some of the symp-
toms related to diabetic neuropathy
Opioid analgesics, antidepressants,
anticonvulsant agents and topical
preparations have been studied in
managing painful diabetic neuropa-
thy. Currently, no one agent is over-
whelmingly effective for the manage-
ment of this problem.
Combination approaches of con-
trolling blood glucose, exercise, topi-
cal agents such as capsaicin and oral
agents, particularly the anticonvul-
sant agents (Neurotonin, Lyrica) seem
to provide better results than stand-
alone therapies.
Side effects of the anticonvulsant
agents of Neurotonin and Lyrica must
be considered, and these may include
weight gain, sedation, dizziness,
swelling and balance issues. In my
experience with patients and this is
only my estimation of what I see in my


practice side effects occur in about
30 percent of patients who try either
of these medications. However,
patients w'T'bienefit from these med-
ications (and get some relief froAl
their neuropathy symptoms) are in
the 50 percent to 60 percent range.
Years of study have shown there is
no magic bullet for diabetes or diabet-
ic neuropathy. Control of blood glu-
cose is the most important step ih
treatment. Pain can sometimes be
managed in a combination approach
with pharmaceuticals, exercise, phys-
ical therapy and topical agents.
See your doctor and podiatrist,
walk for exercise and control your
sugar if you have diabetes or neu-
ropathy.

David B. Raynor, DPM, is a podiatric
surgeon in Inverness. He can be q
reached at 726-3668 with questions'
regarding this column or suggestions
for future columns.


Health NOTES


Free diabetes testing 9 a.m.
to noon and 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday in
November at Inverness Family
Practice, 2222 State Road 44 W.,
Inverness. Walk-ins welcome.
Flu shot clinic every week-
day in the pharmacy at B&W
Rexall Drugs, Inverness, until the
season is over. Medicare accepted.
The fee for all others is $25.
Preregistration will be accepted. A
form can be picked up in the phar-
macy or diabetic shop for preregis-
tration. Call B&W Rexall at 726-
1021 or 726-1555.
B&W Rexall Drugs plans an
open clinic from 10 a.m. until 1
p.m. Wednesday at the Hom-
osassa Lions Club. Medicare will
be accepted, bring your card with
you. Call 726-1021 or 726-1555.
Adult flu and pneumonia
shots from 9 to 11 a.m. Thursday,
Nov. 29, at the Crystal River Office
of the Citrus County Health
Department, 117 N.W. U.S. 19.
Flu shot is $25 and the pneumo-
nia shot is $35. Medicare Part B
will cover the cost of these shots
- bring your Medicare card and
your driver's license. No appoint-
ments needed, walk-in service.
Visit the Web site at citruscounty-
health.org or call 795-6233.
Free, no-obligation digital
foot scan at Russell Chiropractic &
Wellness Center in Inverness. Call
726-0888.
Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Center health education
programs. Call 795-1234, (800)
436-8436 or visit www.srrmc.com
to register.
Diet Therapy for Diabetes 6
p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 27, by Kelly
Niblett, SRRMC dietitian. Free.
Relief for Osteoporotic Com-
pression Fractures: Vertebroplasty


- 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 28, at
Our Lady Of Grace Life Parish
Center, presented by Constantine
A. Toumbis, M.D., PHD, board cer-
tified in orthopedic surgery.
Lunch & Learn Joint Pain,
noon Friday, Nov. 30, by Kenneth
Lemos, PA-C. Free.
Childbirth-Related Education
- at Women's & Family Center,
including Early Pregnancy, Sibling
Preparation, Infant Care and
Childbirth Refresher. Call the cen-
ter directly to make an appoint-
ment, 795-BABY (2229).
The Citrus County Health
Department will offer a free blood
pressure and other health screen-
ings at the designated sites and
dates below. Clinics will be from 9
to 11 a.m. Screenings available
include fasting blood sugar, a test
for anemia, kits to test for blood in
stool (fee of $5 each).
Pneumonia vaccine is recom-
mended for anyone age 65 and
older. Pneumonia vaccine will be
available for a fee of $25 or
Medicare, Part B, will cover the
cost. A copy of your Medicare card
is required. If you have
Medicaid/HMO or HMO coverage,
you will need to receive your vac-
cine from your health care provider
or pay for the vaccine upon receipt.
Monday: Apache Shores Arts
and Crafts Club, 4789 N. Apache
Trail, Hernando.
Dec. 3: Citrus Springs
Memorial Library, 1828 W. Country
Club Blvd., Citrus Springs.
Dec. 10: East Citrus
Community Center, 9907 E. Gulf-
to-Lake Highway, Inverness.
Dec. 17: West Citrus
Community Center, 8940 S.
Veterans Drive, Homosassa.
Web address: www.citruscounty
health.org.
Diabetes classes are offered


from 9 to 10 a.m. Monday at the
Citrus County Health Department
in Lecanto. Classes are free. No
registration is required.
Medications and monitoring,
Monday.
Sick days, Dec. 3.
Avoiding complications, Dec.
10.
Fasting blood sugars are offered
from 8 to 9 a.m. Monday through
Friday in all three Citrus County
Health Department sites. There is
a $10 fee for this service. No
appointment is necessary. Every
Monday before the Lecanto class,
anyone who would like to have a
blood sugar test should come fast-
ing.
For information, call Lynece
Hand, R.N., 795-6233, ext. 240 or
Carol Burke, R.D., 726-5222.
The Withlacoochee Long-
Term Care Ombudsman Council
will conducts its November meeting
at 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 29, at
1582 County Road 459, Lake
Panasoffkee, Lake Panasoffkee
Parks & Recreation Building, West
Wing. Meetings are open to the
public. Call (352) 620-3088 or e-
mail mulem@elderaffairs.org.
The Share Club is a social
group that provides members with
free or low-cost health screenings,
area discounts, travel and more,
with many local doctors, nurses
and health care professionals
scheduled to speak to members on


a variety of subjects in the month
of November. Call 560-6266.
Wanda Lee will speak about
low vision and the role that low
vision rehabilitation can play in its
treatment at 10 a.m. today in the
Share Club Auditorium.
Cholesterol screening: All
Share Club members with a birth-
day in November can call the
reservation line at 560-6266 to set
up an appointment to have their
HDL and LDL cholesterol checked
for $10 between 8 and 9 a.m.
Wednesday.
SHINE volunteers are at the
Share Club office every Monday
morning. Reservation only. Call
560-6266.
Call 344-6513 to become a
Share Club member.
HUDSON Regional
Medical Center Bayonet Point is
hosting two receptions open to all
new residents of the community,
from 8:30 to 10 a.m. today and
Thursday, Dec. 6, at the Regional
Medical Center Conference Center,
at the rear of the campus of the
hospital, 14000 Fivay Road in
Hudson. Due to limited seating,
reservations are required, call
(727) 869-5498 or (888) 741-5119.
Crystal Eye Center will offer
free vision, cataract and glauco-
ma screening Wednesday. Call
795-0212. The Crystal Eye Center
is on U.S. 19 South, Crystal River.
INGLIS Hospice of the


Nature Coast seeks volunteers
who live in Inglis and Yankeetown.
Call Judy Knowlton, volunteer
program manager, at 527-6613 or
(866) 463-1385. Hospice of the
Nature Coast is a program of
Hospice of Citrus County.
www.hospiceofthenaturecoast.org.
Donations of soft, relaxing
music or books on CD or cassette
sought for the Citrus team of
Hernando-Pasco Hospice (HPH)
for an audio library for patients and
family members. Drop off at the
HPH office between 8:30 a.m. and
4:30 p.m. weekdays at 3545 N.
Lecanto Highway, Beverly Hills, in
the Park Plaza. Call 527-4600.
HPH was incorporated in 1982 and
initially licensed in 1984.

Support GROUPS

Scleroderma Support Group
organizing for North Central
Florida. All persons interested, call
Melba Withrow at 746-7752.
Alzheimer's Family
Organization, serving Central
Florida, announces the following
monthly support group meetings.
Public is invited.
2 p.m. today Highland Ter-
race, 700 Medical Court E., Inver-
ness. Call Ellen Mallon at 860-
2525.
0 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 29,
Woodland Terrace, 124 W. Norvell
Bryant Highway, Hernando. Call


Pam Pepitone at 249-3100.
2:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 5,
Crystal Gem Manor, 10845 Gem
St., Crystal River. RSVP to Coral
Price at 794-7601 or call Elaine f
Heller at 382-2531.
Celiac Support Meeting for
all people who have celiac disease,
or dermatitis herpetiformis from 10]
a.m. to noon Saturday in the com,-
munity room at the Coastal Region
Library, 8619 W. Crystal St., Crystal
River. The meetings are on the
fourth Saturday monthly. Call Mary
Lou Thomas at 628-9559.
Citrus County Multiple ,i
Sclerosis Support Group meeting
is from 1 to 3 p.m. the fourth Wed-
nesday monthly at the Crystal .-
River Presbyterian Church on U.S;
19 in Crystal River. Call Peggy ij
Morisi at 344-4855.
0 BROOKSVILLE The
Florida Cancer Institute will hold itS
regular "Man to Man" prostate
cancer support group at 6 p.m.
Monday, Dec. 3, at the Florida
Cancer Institute's Brooksville
Center at 7154 Medical Center )
Drive. Brooks Edward will speak *.
about health and diet, nutrition and
prostate cancer. Call Betty
Lawrence, R.T.(T.), support group
facilitator, at (352) 596-1926.
SPRING HILL- Monthly 1
women's breast cancer support,
group from 6 to 7:30 p.m. 3i
Tuesday, Dec. 4, at Florida Cancer
Please see NOTES/Page 3k


Special to the Chronicle
Citrus County resident Betsy Sovereign and her team-
mates Karen Ann Regan of Ocala, Karen Lech of Ocala
and Diane McGrail of Dunnellon successfully completed
the three-day, 60-mile Susan G. Komen Walk for Breast
Cancer from Oct. 19 to 21.


Resident completes

three-day cancer walk

Special to the Chronicle

Citrus County resident Betsy Sovereign successfully
completed the three-day, 60-mile Susan G. Komen Walk
for Breast Cancer from Oct. 19 to 21.
Sovereign trained for eight months, logged more than
700 practices miles and wore out three pairs of shoes.
She described the event as "a wonderful life changing
experience."
She lost her father, mother, uncle and both grandmoth-
ers to cancer and walked as a memorial to them. Friends,
family and co-workers sponsored Sovereign and she
raised $3,050, well above her goal of $2,200.
Her employer at Inverness Mobile Home gave her time
every day to walk 5 and 6 miles at Whispering Pines Park
and on weekends her and her teammates Karen Ann
Regan of Ocala, Karen Lech of Ocala and Diane McGrail
of Dunnellon got together very early in the morning to
log numerous practice miles.
Sovereign hopes to break the cycle of loss to cancer in
her family starting with herself. She lost more than 50
pounds with Weight Watchers six years ago, exercises,
eats healthy and makes time for herself, as well as having
regular mammograms.
Sovereign works part time for Weight Watchers to
inspire others to her success, and she loves to fish.


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supplements. These products are -
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are often advertised as "all natural"
-alternatives to approved prescrip-
tlon drugs for erectile dysfunction
(Viagra, Levitra, Cialis) in advertise-
ments appearing in newspapers, retail stores
and on the Internet.
In November 2007, the FDA requested a
recall of these products. The reason for this
health-risk alert and recall is that these prod-
ucts contain ingredients very similar to
approved prescription drugs. An FDA chemical
analysis revealed that Energy Max contains a
substance very similar to the active ingredient
in Viagra and that True Man contains a sub-
stance very similar to the active ingredient in
Levitra. Because these products were never
approved by the FDA for effectiveness and safe-


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j The risk of using these products is
even more serious because con-
sumers may not know that the ingre-
dients can interact with other med-
ications and dangerously lower their
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offmnann action of these products with nitrate
medications. Nitrates are commonly
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sprays, ointments, pastes or patches),
and isosorbide products (ISMO,
Indur, Monoket, Isordil, Sorbitrate, Dilatrate-
SR, Isoschron). In view of these potential prob-
lems, the FDA recommends that consumers
should discontinue use of these products and
consult with their health care professional
about approved treatments for erectile dysfunc-
tion.

Richard Hoffmann has practiced
pharmacy for more than 20 years. Send
questions to him at 1135 N. Timucuan Trail,
Inverness, FL 34453.


Reduce stress of holiday air travel


American Counseling Association
Traveling to be with family over the Thanks-
giving holiday? Planning a Christmas visit
back home? Dreading the increased levels
of stress and anxiety that holiday air travel can
bring?
One way to minimize the stress is to understand
what you can and can't control. There's nothing
you can do to change the way today's overbooked,
under-staffed airlines operate. Instead, focus on
controlling your own reactions and on the steps
you can take to minimize the opportunities for
stress.
Start by booking tickets to help reduce possible
problems. Flying earlier in the day can mean less
crowded airports and extra time to handle can-
celled or delayed flights. Taking routes with the
fewest connections also minimizes the chance for
stress-inducing delays.
If your flight is cancelled, experts advise using
your cell phone to call the airline about booking
another flight, if that's what's needed. That long
line at the ticket counter may eventually fix the
problem, but can also leave you impatient, angry
and stressed.
If you're flying with children, plan ahead so that
crying, complaining, unhappy kids aren't another
stress source. Games, reading materials and a
portable DVD player may mean extra weight to
carry, but are invaluable in keeping children
occupied during flights or airport delays. And
don't forget those snacks. Regardless of your


Counseling
child's age, hunger doesn't make for a happy trav-
eling companion.
It also helps, in today's world of heightened
security, to know the rules. Pack smart, with gifts
left unwrapped and with no forbidden items in
your carry-on luggage. Don't pack items like read-
ing glasses, medications and overnight basics in
checked luggage in case your bags are lost or
delayed. Call your airline if you're unsure about
baggage or carry-on rules.
A major stress reducer for airline travel is
accepting the inevitable. Most flights go just fine,
but when there are problems, remind yourself
that the airline counter clerk isn't the one who
overbooked the plane, the gate agent isn't con-
trolling the weather and the TSA security person
isn't making the rules.
Handling travel problems with minimum stress
is simply another form of anger management
When difficulties arise, take a deep breath, count
to 10 and think rationally about what to do next.
Getting angry fixes nothingand often makes the
situation worse. Instead, stay calm and try to
make the best of the situation.
Your goal is to get to your holiday destination,
not to get stressed.

"The Counseling Corner" is provided as a
public service by the American Counseling
Association, the nation's largest organization of
counseling professionals.


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Institute, 7154 Medical Center
Drive, Spring Hill. Call Tambra
Randazzo, R.T., at (352) 592-8128.
C 0 Support group meetings are
Fin the CMHS Administration Build-
ing unless otherwise indicated.
Bariatric Support Group: 6:30
p.m. every three months, Cypress
Room. Call Claudia Blotz at 697-
0051 or Bette Clark at 860-0383.
*- Breast Cancer Support
Group: noon the second Friday,
Robert Boissoneault Cancer
Institute. Call June O'Donnell at
527-8371.
Citrus Cancer Support: 4:30
p.m. the third Tuesday, cafeteria
meeting room. Call Carol at 726-
1551, ext. 6596 or ext. 3329.
Diabetes Support Group:
11:30 a.m. the fourth Wednesday,
Cypress Room. Call Carol McHugh
at 341-6110.
L Parkinson's Support Group: 1
p.m. first Tuesday, Cypress Room.
Call Catherine Clark at 344-9630.
ACS Man-to-Mari Prostate
Cancer Support and Education
Program: 11:30 a.m. first Wed-
nesday, Robert Boissoneault Can-
cer Institute, Allen Ridge Medical
:Mall, 522 N. Lecanto Highway,
Lecanto. Call 527-0106.
N Look Good ... Feel Better
for women undergoing radiation or
chemotherapy, at 3 p.m. the sec-
-ond Wednesday monthly at the
Cancer & Blood Disease Center,
Lecanto, and 3 p.m. the fourth
wednesday monthly at the Robert
oissoneault Oncology Institute,
canto. Call Mildred Roseberry
S46-7212) or the American Cancer
societyy (800) 395-LOOK (5665) to
register.
Women's Breast Cancer
Support Group at noon the sec-
ond Friday monthly at the Robert
Boisonneault Oncology Institute,
122 N. Lecanto Highway, Lecanto,
onsored by Dr. Joseph Bennett
Lunch included, donations
appreciated. Call Judy Bonard at
*'27-4389 or June O'Donnell at
527-8371.
Beverly Hills Gay and Les-
Jian Support Group at 7 p.m.
esdays at 10 N. Jackson St.,
every Hills. Free, open to every-
ne. Group organizer is Pamela-
ae and co-organizer is Wayne
omas. Call PamelaRae at 746-
39.


Citrus Abuse Shelter
Association (CASA), 107 Dr. MLK
Jr. Ave., Inverness, offers two free
weekly women's domestic abuse
support groups:
5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at
CASA office.
10:30 a.m. to noon Wednes-
days at Masonic Building ballroom.
No child care available.
Call CASA at 344-8111.
Al-Anon groups meet regular-
ly in Citrus County. Call (352) 697-
0497.
Inverness AFG: 8 p.m. Mon-
days, Our Lady of Fatima Catholic
Church, 550 S. U.S. 41.
Crystal River AFG: 8 p.m.
Tuesday, St. Benedict Catholic
Church, 455 S. Suncoast Blvd.
Last Resort AFG: 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday, First United Meth-
odist Church, 3896 S. Pleasant
Grove Road, Inverness.
Lecanto AFG: 8 p.m. Thurs-
days, Unitarian Universalist Fellow-
ship, 2149 W. Norvell Bryant High-
way, Lecanto.
Awareness Lunch Bunch
AFG: 12:30 p.m. Friday, St.
Margaret Episcopal Church, 114 N.
Osceola Ave., Inverness.
Courage AFG. 8 p.m. Thurs-
days, First United Methodist
Church, 8831 West Bradshaw St.,
Homosassa. Room 102. Open
meeting. Call 270-3827.
Alcoholics Anonymous: If
you drink, and want to stop, call
Alcoholics Anonymous Nature
Coast Intergroup at 621-0599. Web
site: www.ncintergroup.com.
Overeaters Anonymous:
3 p.m. Monday at the senior
center on County Road 491,
Lecanto. Call 746-5018.
1 p.m. Thursday at Our Lady
of Grace Parish Hall, 6 Roosevelt
Blvd, Beverly Hills.
7 p.m. Friday at Our Lady of
Grace Parish Hall, 6 Roosevelt
Blvd., Beverly Hills.
Call 746-7749 or 341-0777.
CEA-H.O.W. for people who
have an eating disorder, at noon
Wednesday at the First Presby-
terian Church, 206 Washington
Ave., Inverness. Call Judi M. at
726-5882.
Amputee Support Group
meets the last Thursday monthly at
Cinnamon Sticks Restaurant on
State Road 44 West, Inverness.
Call Donna at 344-1988 or Perry at
Sonlife Prosthetics, 344-8200.
Reiki clinic meets from 7 to 9
p.m. most Wednesdays at the
Beverly Hills Community Center, 1


Nar-Anon: a support group
for the families and friends of
addicts, at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
Hernando Church of the Nazarene,
2101 N. Florida Ave., Hernando.
344-5963 or www.nar-anon.org.
Depression and Bipolar


Civic Circle, Beverly Hills. Call Ann
Thonen at 795-5116 or Kristi
Kobler at 628-5537.
Narcotics Anonymous:
Easy Does It, 8 p.m. Monday
and Saturday, Lions Den, U.S. 41,
Floral City.
It Works How and Why, 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturd-
ay and noon Sunday, YANA Club,
147 N.W. Seventh St., Crystal
River.
Focus on Recovery, 8 p.m.
Thursday, First Christian Church,
Grover Cleveland Boulevard,
Homosassa.
Recovery on the River, 8 p.m.
Monday and Friday, Lecanto
Church of Christ, State Road 44
and County Road 491, Lecanto; 8
p.m. Sunday 797 S. Rowe Terrace,
Lecanto, east of County Road 491
and State Road 44.
NA is not affiliated with any of
the meeting facilities listed.
Information line: 382-0851.
Narconon Need help with
Addiction? Call (800) 556-8885.


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Support Alliance of Citrus County
at 7 p.m. Thursday in Bailey Hall,
First Lutheran Church, 1900 State
Road 44 W., Inverness. Doors
open at 6 p.m. Call 621-0165. The
National DBSA Association's num-
ber is (800) 826-3632.


The Area 13 Family Care
Council from 10 a.m. to noon the
second Monday monthly at the
Wildwood DCF/APD office, 1601
W. Gulf Atlantic Highway (State
Road 44). Call Dominic
Christofaro, (352) 489-6279.


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is true, the implications on the
population of the United States
are great
The results stem from an
analysis of data for 1.2 million
UK women enrolled in the
Million Women Study The sub-
jects were between 50 and 64
years of age when they were
enrolled between 1996 and
2001, and they were followed for
5.4 and seven years on average
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cle for the patient But a bulk of
the time it is inconvenience.
About 50 percent of the time, a
patient ends up discontinuing
his or- her shots. It is also very
interesting that most people feel
that they should expect to see a
benefit of their immunotherapy
within six months.
I believe the anticipation of
seeing improvement in less
than six months is not very real-
istic. Therefore, encourage-
ment is a key factor for the
patient to continue his or her
shots. Over the years, I have
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During follow-up, 45,037 can-
cers were diagnosed, and 17,203
cancer-related deaths occurred.
BMI was directly related to
the risk of many cancers,
including endometrial cancer
(cancer of the uterus),
esophageal adenocarcinoma,
premenopausal colorectal can-
cer, kidney cancer, leukemia,
postmenopausal breast cancer
multiple myeloma, pancreatic
cancer, non-Hodgkin's lym-
phoma and for ovarian cancer
Similar associations with BMI
were noted for cancer mortality,
as well.
In addition to colorectal can-
cer and breast cancer,

conscientious and continue the
injections, that at least eight
out of 10 people will see results
after one year of immunothera-
py.
Another key to success is that
the doctor should be realistic
about the patient's ability to
respond to the shots and have
regular feedback from the nurs-
es who give the shots as well as
routine visits to update the
process.
This will also provide an
opportunity for the doctor to
provide interim therapy to
relieve symptoms if they are
present, as the patient can con-
tinue to use pills and sprays to
get rid of the symptoms until the
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menopausal status appeared to
influence the risk of malignant
melanoma and endometrial
cancer. For malignant
melanoma, obesity and being
overweight had a greater
impact on risk in pre-
menopausal women, whereas
with endometrial cancer they
had a stronger effect in post-
menopausal women.
With this report added to pre-
vious studies, substantial obser-
vational evidence suggests that
increasing one's level of body
fat is associated with an
increasing risk of many cancers.
The worldwide obesity epidem-
ic shows no sign of slowing

cians sometimes are not con-
vinced of the benefits of allergy
shots or immunotherapy But we
must remember that antihista-
mines and sprays only provide
symptomatic relief, whereas
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mild but as time passes, it
becomes severe. The severe
dysplasia is associated with
increased risk of developing
-. - esophageal cancer.
- Researchers from Tucson,
Ariz., did a retrospective study
of 408 patients with Barrett's
the mech- esophagus. The results were
ith the link presented at the American
,r risk must College of Gastroenterology
2007 Annual Scientific
Meeting. The average follow-
up was 6.6 years.
is a Since the risk of developing
radiation esophageal cancer is very high
resident of in these patients, doctors tried
Unit of the different drugs to prevent or
societyy and delay the cancer development.
Board of About two-thirds of the
Kecutive patients were prescribed a PPI
Florida (proton pump inhibitor such as
merican Nexium and Protonix) for a
itact him at mean duration of 31.5 months;
highway, 38 percent were prescribed a
or e-mail nonsteroidal anti-inflammato-
i.com. ry drug (NSAID) such as
Motrin for a mean duration of
13 months; and 26 percent
nefit were prescribed a station (such
as Lipitor) for a mean duration
of 10.5 months.
is an ear, In this study, PPI reduced
ecialist in risk of dysplasia (a precursor
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plasia, the risk of cancer
should decrease, too. This is
very important to know,
because PPIs are commonly
used drugs for heartburn, but
they are usually prescribed for
a short period, like a few
months. In this study, patients
took PPI for three years.
Usually, patients tolerate these
drugs well.
One problem with this study
is that it is a retrospective
study. Still, it had a long follow-
up, which is good. It can also
help fight against a serious
cancer.
So, in short, if you are having
frequent heartburn for many
years, get yourself checked by
a physician to see whether you
have Barrett's esophagus. If
you have this condition, con-
sider taking one of these PPI
medicines for the long term to
prevent the risk of cancer of
the esophagus.

Dr. Sunil Gandhi is a
hematologist and oncologist.
He is the volunteer medical
adviser of the Citrus Unit of
the American Cancer Society.
Send questions or comments,
to 521 N. Lecanto Highway,
Lecanto FL 34461 or e-mail to
sgandhi@tampabay.rr.com oi
call 746-0707.


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of homehealth in the month of November. From left are:
Jeanine Ropes, R.N., clinical manager; Colleen Hernandez,
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Citrus 20/20 board
to meet Wednesday
The Citrus 20/20 Board of
Directors will meet at 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday, in the Jerome
Multi-Purpose Room, Central
Florida Community College
(Citrus Campus), 3800 S.
Lecanto Highway (County Road
491), Lecanto.
All directors are urged to
attend. Interested persons or
organizations are invited. For
more information about Citrus
20/20 Inc., visit its Web site at
www.citrus2020.com or call 527-
0800.
Polish-American club
to meet Nov. 28
The Polish-American Social
Club of Beverly Hills has can-
celed its executive board meet-
ing Wednesday at Regions
Bank because of the
Thanksgiving holiday.
The monthly membership
'meeting will be at 1:30 p.m.
.Wednesday, Nov. 28, at the
.Lion's Club on Civic Circle in
,Beverly Hills. Doors open at
,?12:30 p.m. We will have a birth-
.day cake to celebrate all mem-
bers' birthdays from Jan. 1 to
Dec. 31, 2007. This year we will
collect "Toys For Tots" at the
-November meeting. Please
bring an unwrapped toy for
infant to 15 years in the price
range from $5 and up. This is
for the Marines' Toys For Tots.
The Christmas luncheon will
tbe on Saturday, Dec. 8, at the
Citrus Hills Country Club on
lHartford Road in Hernando.
Doors open at noon, lunch at
1:15, social hour until 4. Menu
choice of roast beef or chicken
marsala with salad, rolls, coffee,
t1ea or soda and strawberry
Cloud cake. Open to the public.
-Tickets are $14.50 on sale at
the meeting or by calling Bob at
S382-2129, Eleanor at 746-0413
or Henry in Ocala at (352) 873-
0928.
B.H. Lions build
memory tree
The Beverly Hills Lions Club
will have its "blue light" Memory
Tree, for remembering a depart-
ed friend or loved one. Donation
of $5 per light, for each person,
is requested.
The Memory Tree is in front
of the Lion's Den at 72 Civic
Circle Drive, Beverly Hills. The
tree will be lit at dusk on Friday
and remain on until Jan. 2.
The list of your loved ones
with the donation name will be
displayed in the "Windowed
Bulletin Board" at the front
entrance to the club.
To have your loved ones
included in this memorable way,
,or if you have any questions,
'-call Lion Amy Thompson at 249-
.1248, or Lion Marilyn Whittaker
:at 527-2769. Proceeds for this
event are used for the vision
impaired and the community.
Italian club slates
breakfast Saturday
Citrus American Italian Club
.of Inverness would like to
remind everyone of our break-
ast to be held at 8 a.m.
*Saturday. Breakfast is served
until 11.
Cost is $4 per person and for
children it is $3. All are wel-
ncome. Call Martha 476-8727 for
|directions.




Royalty


Special to the Chronicle
Princess, a 1-year-old
Imperial Shih Tzu, belongs to
Sister Carol Vinci, OSF, of
Sugarmill Woods, previously
of Meadowcrest. Princess
weighs just 3.5 pounds.


Boy Scouts get popping


'Operation Popcorn' allows hometown folks

to support America's troops with treats


Special to the Chronicle

Florida's Gulf Ridge Council, Boy
Scouts of America, is joining Boy Scout
Councils across the country asking
Americans to join "Operation Popcorn"
to show their support of America's
troops serving all over the world.
Through the program, civilians and cor-
porations can donate $25 of Boy Scout
popcorn products to active-duty troops
and their families during the Boy
Scouts' annual popcorn sale this fall.
Boy Scouts from all over the country
are hoping to have 300,000 donations
before the end of December, which


would translate into approximately 750
tons 50 tractor-trailer loads of pop-
corn treats. The Scouts have partnered
with SupportOurTroops.org to deliver
the popcorn to military bases, ships,
and aircraft carriers around the world.
'"A lot of our troops are former Scouts,
or have family members and friends
who are Boy Scouts," said Warren
Wenner, Scout executive and CEO of
the Gulf Ridge Council, "so they look
forward to the annual popcorn sale and
special popcorn treats. We are thrilled
that the Boy Scouts are offering
Americans the opportunity to give the
troops a taste of home."


An initial shipment of more than 35
tons of popcorn has already gone to
Navy Sailors and Marines stationed in
the Pacific Ocean, transported by the
USNS Flint, a 564-foot ammunition
ship. Each case comes with a "thank-
you" card to the troops, provided by the
Scouts. A second shipment this time
more than 700 tons if the Scouts meet
their goal will be sent to troops
around the entire world at the end of
the sale in December.
Every year, the Cub Scouts and Boy
Scouts of the Gulf Ridge Council sell
popcorn door-to-door to raise money
for local Scouting programs. The money
raised from the sales remain with the
Council and is shared with the Cub
Packs and Scout Troops actually doing
the selling, to fund their camping pro-
grams, handicraft and field activities.
In addition to donating through Gulf


Junior Achievement board hosts Bowl-A-Thon luncl


BRIAN LaPETER/Chro
Junior Achievement of Citrus County board members hosted the Bowl-A-Thon Kick-off Luncheon for team captains on Thursi
at Cody's Original Roadhouse in Crystal River. The Bowl-A-Thon, Junior Achievement's largest annual fundraiser, will be Feb
2008, at Manatee Lanes in Crystal River.


State park to host


moonlight tours


Special to the Chronicle

The Florida Department of
Environmental Protection's
Crystal River Ar-
chaeological State
Park is hosting the I WHAT
"Moon over the tour.
Mounds" program 0 WHEN
through the winter. Friday.
Visitors will be
escorted by experi- E WHER
enced guides, offer- Crysta
ing interpretive Archa'
talks on the various 3400
elements of the park Museu
grounds. Poit.
Crystal River Ar-
chaeological State N CALL:
Park is at 3400 N. 795.38
Museum Point,
Crystal River. Follow West
State Park Street off U.S. 19,
north of the intersection with
State Road 44.


The Friday evening tours
will begin at the museum at 8
p.m. If any Friday tour is can-
celled due to inclement weath-
er, it will be offered the follow-
ing evening.
:Guided The events will
take place at 8 p.m.
: 8 p.m this Friday as well
as Dec. 21, Jan. 25
(10 p.m. start), Feb.
E: 22 and March 21.
el River All trails are
eological paved and well
Park, marked. Refresh-
Jr ments will be pro-
vided. Admission
donations will be
accepted by the
817. Friends of Crystal
River State Parks
'Inc. For more information, call
the park museum at 795-3817,
or visit www.FloridaState
Parks.org/crystalriver.


Ridge Council Headquarters, popcorn
purchases for the troops can also be
made through Pack 449 (at the West
Citrus Elk's Lodge 2693) Call Myrna
Boulerice at 628-5079 for your dona-
tions. You can also call the Council
Service Center at (813) 872-2691.
Popcorn purchases for our troops can
also be made through the Web site,
www.orderpopcorn.com. You can use
order key TEH68UW
Boy Scout popcorn is produced by
Weaver Popcorn Company.
SupportOurTroops.org is a non-parti-
san, non-political civilian organization
welcoming civilians, active-duty fami-
lies, veterans and people from all polit-
ical parties. SupportOurTroops.org was
founded to offer simple ways for civil-
ians to thank and show support to
American troops serving all over the
world.


h Veterans


Coalition


alters


schedule

Special to the Chronicle
The Citrus County Veterans
Coalition has altered its
November and December
meeting schedule to allow
members to enjoy the holidays
and still accomplish business
obligations to be met in accor-
dance with the bylaws of the
organization.
The regularly scheduled
meeting on Nov. 22 has been
cancelled in consideration of
anicle the Thanksgiving holiday.
day There will be an open general
. 2, business meeting at 6 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 20, at the Citrus
County Resource Center in
Lecanto to review and read the
changes in the by-laws and
nomination of the 2008 offi-
cers. Election of officers will
take place at the Jan. 25, 2008,
meeting as the Coalition
returns to its regularly sched-
uled meetings on the fourth
Thursday of every month
except when it conflicts with
holidays.
All members are asked to.re-
view their membership cards
for their expiration date. If
delinquent, you have until
Dec. 1 to renew at $10 per year
or $25 for three years member-
ship before you are dropped
from the membership roles.
You can renew by mail with
your old membership card, a
check or money order mailed
to Citrus County Veterans Co-
alition, PO. Box 1281, Crystal
River, FL 34423. Include a
stamped, self-addressed enve-
'nicle lope to receive your new mem-
and bership card by mail.
est
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the ON THE NET
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on. www.citruscountyveterans
coalition.org


Comedic 'Rumors' has it at community theater


Neil Simon's "Rumors,"
directed by Jan Ash-
worth, at Playhouse 19,
is a must-see on your en-
tertainment sched-
ule.
Opening night was
a sensation! Strange
things begin to hap-
pen at Sneden's
Landing in 1990 New i
York. "Farce" doesn't
begin to describe
this high-spirited
Simon comedy as the Ruth
players enter and
exit the multistoried AROUI
house in rapid sue- COMM
cession.
Misinterpretation abounds
with hilarious undertones that
kept us giggling throughout as
again and again one ponders:
"Have you seen it? Have you
heard it?" Rumors are spread
like a proverbial wildfire.
Hats off to this talented cast
for their perfect timing in an


extremely demanding farce,
when just a one-line slip would
have upstaged even a seasoned
actor.


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With each role,
Jim Farley matures
in his ability to take
command of the
characters he por-
trays.
Some of the
scenes reminded me
of the Marx Broth-
ers' '"A Night at the
Opera" that I recent-
ly caught on Turner
Classic Movies.
Rumors flow
throughout each ca-


tastrophe and the laughter
builds into a crescendo of
hilarity.
Lines like, "I just want to be
the way we were before we got
to be the way we are," give you
a hint of what is going on at
Playhouse 19 with this fun-
filled play


Suspicion runs rampant
among the cast in what they say
and what they don't say.
Oh, the wit it takes to cover
each other's exaggerated sto-
ries. Believability is tossed out
the window as the cast gets into
hotter water with each expla-
nation of the hilarious happen-
ings.
The 10th anniversary scene
is classic comedy of the first
order as guests begin to arrive
and the hosts are nowhere to
be found. The pale, oft-repeat-
ed excuse that the hosts are
getting dressed soon becomes
unbelievable.
Mishap after mishap contin-
ues to occur and we begin to
imagine the stately home is
somehow jinxed.
The obviously beleaguered
husband and the giddy wife,
played by Farley and Pam
Schreck, had just the chemistry
needed for the Gorman couple
they portrayed magnificently.


Todd Piper and Lyunne
Mansfield as the almost-nor-
mal couple were right on tar-
get.
Kathy Capelle and Gary
Ammerman's portrayal of a
couple bent on trading insults
was a first-rate performance.
The first act ends in uproari-
ous turmoil as all of the cou-
ples' antics successfully kept
the audience howling with
laughter.
Through it all, one character
made a complete understate-
ment: "It is very dangerous to
make assumptions." In the
case of Simon's farce, they
could have easily remarked,
"It's downright hilarious to
make assumptions."
Keeping up the subterfuge of
the play required a dedicated,
strenuous effort on the part of
this amazing cast committed to
excellence at Playhouse 19.
We ponder, "What is the real
story?" until the footlights dim,


all the while basking in the
evening's frivolity that brought
heartfelt laughter throughout
the evening.
Switching identities be-
comes an increasing art form to
protect the not-so-innocent.
How can we believe the
lengthy story carefully manu-
factured for the police in
minute detail?
We breathed a sigh of relief
as the policeman accepts the
story because he likes it
Come see the play. Perhaps
you'll learn what really hap-
pened to that most-elusive cou-
ple who invited their friends to
their party.

Ruth Levins participates
in a variety of projects around
the community. Let her know
about your group's
upcoming activities by writing
to P.O. Box 803, Crystal River,
FL 34423.


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Fax Resume to:
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Medical Center
(352) 793-6269
EOE/DFWP

OFFICE CLERK
OPS
The Sumter County
Health Department
has an opening for
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$8.65/HR Mon Fri,
Applications can be
picked up at The
Sumter County Health
Dept.
415 E. Noble Ave.
Bushnell, Fl.
For Further Info call
352-793-2701




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$150. ,
(352) 726-3870
HOTPOINT WASHER]
KENMORE DRYER -
$150/pair.
(352) 795-7764
KENMORE ELECTRIC
RANGE, biscuit color, 3s
yrs old. Self clean, $25E
DISHWASHER, biscuit
color, 3 yrs old. $250.
(352) 726-5233
KENMORE Microwqtf
Black, 3 yrs. old. $1,'
REFRIGERATOR, side-J,
side, almond, $15 '
(352) 726-5233 -.,
STOVE
Brand New (Tappen)
gas $200
(352) 533-3347
WASHER or DRYER $150
w/trade-in. 90 Day,
Warranty. Repairs Avail
(352) 628-4321
Call after 12
Washer/Dryer>,,
$200.00 for the set whit
Kenmore 352-220-97,,
WHIRLPOOL
SS cooktop rangla
stovetop only w/SS
Hood, $60/both
(352) 344-2321
Whirpol & Maytag
Frig, Dishwasher, Stave
Microwv, Washer/D;Tr,
all wht.$900 takes
Call 352-419-4051




Computer Credenza &
Hutch 60"w Drk Mahog1
Finish good cond. $S501
Ornate writing desk I
28"w x 56"L Cherry
Hardwood & veneers
in-laid top orig $800
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Splitter- Never used.
Towable behind truck.
Extended Service Plan,
List: $1400, asking $800
(352) 503-6506
Kwik Way .
Valve Grinde-
Model VS. Very goboo
shape, $850/oboj
(352) 465-3674
TOOL BOX, MATCO..,
Drawers, dbl stack
$1200.
(352) 220-4257



32" SANYO FLAT SCREEN
TV. 1.5 yrs. old,
$225/obo
(352) 726-5698


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"DEBRIS HAULING"
& Misc. Clean-Up,
Tree Service & Demos
352,447-3713/232-2898
COLEMAN TREE SERVICE
STrm & Removal. Lic. Ins.
4 EE EST. Lowest rates
j arant. 352-270-8462
DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Hauling,Cleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852
D's Landscape & Expert
TLee Svce Personalized
design. Stump Grinding
8 bobcat work. Fill/rock
& Sod: 352-563-0272
R WRIGHT TREE SERVICE,
tree removal, stump
grind, trim, lns.& Lic
#0256879 352-341-6827

-TREE REMOVAL
ISfump grinding, land I
I clearing, bushhog. I
S; 352-220-5054

=A TREE SURGEON
Lic. & Ins. Exp'd friendly
serve. Lowest rates Free
-.estimates,352- 860-1452
AJI Tractor/Dirt Service
,-gnd Clear, Tree Serv.,
v.Bushhog, Driveways
p,& Hauling 302-6955




Citrus County
'Comouter Doctors
Repairs In-Home or
_Pick-Up. Delivery, avail.
FBee quote, 344-4839

SAll Computer Repair
I We come to you. I
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C&C 38YRS in CITRUS
10% off w/this ad
Call Chris Martone
lic. 352-726-4052 ins.




REPAIR SPECIALIST
Restretch Installation
Call for Fast Service
C & R SERVICES
Sr. Discount 586-1728


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VChris Satchell Painting
& Wallcovering.AII work
fully coated. 30 yrs. Exp.
Exc. Ref. Ins. Lic#001721
352-795-6533/464-1397
CALL STELLAR BLUE
for all Int/ Ext. painting
needs, Lic, & Ins. FREE
EST. (352) 586-2996
CHEAP/CHEAP/CHEAP
Husband & Wife DP
Press.Cleaning & Paint-
ing. Lic.&Ins. 637-3765
All Phaze Construction
Clean Quality painting
& repairs. Faux tin.
#0255709 352-586-1026







George Swedlige
Painting- Int./Ext.
Pressure Cleaning- Free
est. 794-0400 /628-2245
Henry's Painting Press.
wash, roof clean. Ins.
Accept Cr. cards. Lic#
30555 (352) 302-4928
INTERIOR/EXTERIOR
& ODD JOBS. 30 yrs
J. Hupchick Lic./Ins.
(352) 726-9998




AUTO, RV & TRUCK
SERVICE CENTER
COMO RV&TRUCK
Hwy. 44-W. Inverness
(352) 344-1411

RV & AUTO
BODY SHOP
COMO RV&TRUCK
Hwy. 44-W. Inverness
(352) 344-1411




Affordable Boat Maint.
& Repair, Mechanical,
Electrical, Custom Rig.
John (352) 746-4521
MORRILL MARINE
Outboard Repairs,
Dockside Service. Elec.
installed (352) 628-3331




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


BATHTUB REGLAZING
Old tubs & ugly
ceramic tile is restored
to new cond. All colors
avail. 697-TUBS (8827)



FREE ESTIMATES
FREE P.U. & DELIVERY
Furniture & Cornices
(352) 628-5595



#1 CNA for hire in your
home. Driving, meals,
personal care. 18yrs Exp
& Ref, (352) 212-8211
CARE: Med/Companion
Aide, After Nursing
Home/Hosp Stay Lic,
352- 400-1448/628-9290
















VChris Satchell Painting
& Wallcovering.AII work
fully coated. 30 yrs. Exp.
Exc. Ref. Ins. Lic#001721
352-795-6533/464-1397



v 13 yrs In business
Abigail's Housekeeping
Personalized cleaning
Windows also 726-3812
/ DEPENDABLE
GREAT RATES
FREE ESTIMATES
Brenda (352) 586-5766
ABLE & EXP'D CLEANER
Laundry, sew & errands.
FREE Est., Ref. & Lic.
Marcia (352) 560-7609
AVERAGE HOME
Professionally Cleaned
$50/ea. Twice per mo.
Supplies & Equip. Incl.
Joe's Cleaning Service
(352) 628-1539
EXP'D HOUSEKEEPER
12 yrs. in Citrus Co.
Avg. $60/home
(352) 212-3441 Lv. Mess.
FINAL DETAILS, LLC
CLEANING SERVICES,
New Const. Vacant
Prop.,Offices, Residen-
tial 352-400-2772 Lic. Ins.



DOTSON Construction
25 yrs. in Central FL. Our
own crews! Specializing
in additions, framing,
trim, & decks.
Lic. #CRC1326910
(352) 726-1708
M.H. Thrasher
Old or New-We Do It
All! Lic/Ins/member
CCBA (352) 465-3086


ROGERS Construction
Repairs & All types of
Construction. 637-4373
CRC 1326872




FL RESCREEN
352-563-0104/257-1011
1 panel or camp cage
Family owned & oper'd
Screen rms,Carports,
vinyl & acrylic windows,
roof overs & storm
panels, garage screen
doors, siding,
soffit fascia, Lic#2708
(352) 628-0562



CALL STELLAR BLUE
for all Int/ Ext. painting
needs, Uc. & Ins. FREE
EST (352) 586-2996
AUGIE'S PRESSURE
Cleaning Quality
Work, Low Prices. FREE
Estimates: 220-2913







Henry's Painting Press.
wash, roof clean. Ins.
Accept Cr. cards. Lic#
30555 (352) 302-4928
PICARD'S PRESSURE
CLEANING & PAINTING
Roofs w/no pressure,
houses,driveways. 25 yrs
exp. Lic./Ins. 341-3300
ROLAND'S *
PRESSURE CLEANING
Mobiles, houses & roofs
Driveways w/surface
cleaner. No streaks!
24 yrs. Lic. 352-726-3878
Roofs, Drives, & Homes
($60+ up) SW ($50+up)
DW ($65+ up) 24/7
Kerry (352) 795-4204



#1 A+TECHNOLOGIES
All home repairs. Also
Phone, Cable, Lan &
Plasma TV's installed.
Pressure wash & Gutters
Uc.5863 (352) 746-0141
Andrew Joehl
Handyman. General
Maintenance/Repairs
Pressure & cleaning.
Lawns, gutters. No job
too small! Reliable. Ins
026271 352-465-9201
IA Home Repairs Paint,
gutter & roof clean.
press, wash.Uc&lns.
#0169757 344-4409
3rd GENERATION SERV
Fencing. General
Home Repairs, Int/ Ext.
Painting, lawn trees, &
landscaping FREE Est.,
10% Off Any Job.
lic 99990257151 & Ins.
(352) 201-0658
r AFFORDABLE
I HAULING CLEANUP, I
| PROMPT SERVICE
Trash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Furn, Const, I
| Debris & Garages |
352-697-1126


ALL AMERICAN
HANDYMAN Free Est.
Affordable & Reliable
Lic.34770 (352)302-8001
ALWAYS AVAILABLE
All Maint. & Repairs
inside & Out. No job too
Smallll Uc. #5953
(352) 560-7609 Scott







FAST AFFORDABLE!
RELIABLEI Most repairs.
Free Est., Lic # 0256374
(352) 257-9508
FAST AFFORDABLE!
RELIABLEI Most repairs.
Free Est., Lic # 0256374
(352) 257-9508
HANDYMAN
If its Broke Jerry
Can Fix it. Lic#189620
352-201-0116,726-0762
HOME REPAIR
you need it done, we'll
do It. 30 yrs. exp. Uc/Ins.
#73490256935, 489-9051




Jim's handyman service
pwr washing, It. hauling
painting, home repair,
fence installing. Lic.
#258887 (352) 344-5213
Painting, Hauling, Trim
Siding, Decks, Sheds &
Repairs. iUc. #2677
(352) 586-7258












#1 A+TECHNOLOGIES
All home repairs Also
Phone, Cable, Lan &
Plasma TV's installed.
Pressure wash & Gutters
LIc.5863 (352) 746-0141
DUN-RITE ELECTRIC INC.
Elec. Serv./Repalrs. New
const. Remodel Free Est
726-2907 EC13002699
FULL ELECTRIC SERVICE
Remodeling, Lighting,
Spa, Sheds Lic. & Insur.
#2767 (352)257-2276




"DEBRIS HAULING"
& Misc. Clean-Up,
Tree Service & Demos
352.447-3713/232-2898
"DEBRIS HAULING"
& Misc. Clean-Up,
Tree Service & Demos
352.447-3713/232-2898

AFFORDABLE
I HAULING CLEANUP, I
PROMPT SERVICE
Trash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Furn, Const, I
I Debris & Garages |
352-697-1126
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A LITTLE of EVERYTHING
Moving-Haullng-Tree
Service-Cleanups &
Clean-outs-dump runs
iUc 352-560-7005 Ins
All of Citrus Hauling/
Moving items delivered,
clean ups.Everything
from A to Z 628-6790

AIFFORDABLE ,
I HAULING CLEANUP, I
| PROMPT SERVICE |
Trash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Furn, Const, I
| Debris &Garages |
352-697-1126
C.J.'S TRUCK/TRAILERS
Furn., apple, trash, brush,
Low $$$/Professional
Prompt 7 day service
726-2264 /201-1422
Junk Hauling and
property clean up.
Foreclosure? Moving?
We Haul it AWAY!
352-465-6419
WE MOVE SHEDS
352-637-6607


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Carpet Factory Direct
Sales Install Repair
Laminate, tile, wood Sr.
disc. (352) 341-0909




All kinds of fences
JAMES LYNCH FENCE
Free estimates.
(352) 527-3431
ROCKY'S FENCING
Working In Citrus County
for 25 yrs.
Free Estimate, Lic. & Ins.,
352 422-7279
3rd GENERATION SERV
Fencing, General
Home Repairs, Int/ Ext.
Painting, lawn trees, &
landscaping FREE Est.,
10% Off Any Job.
Ic 99990257151 & Ins.
(352) 201-0658
WE ARE
FENCES BY DALLAS
25 Years in County
Free Est., Res./Comm.
Lic./Ins. (352) 795-1110
A 5 STAR COMPANY
Go Owens Fencing
All types. Free estimates
Comm/Res. 628-4002
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST
PRICES
Free Estimates. All Types
20 yrs exp. AC#27453
352-464-2342, Dallas Jr.
BARNYARD II FENCING
Serving Citrus Co. Since
1973. Free Estimates
(352) 726-9260



John Gordon Roofing
Recas Rates Free t. PRad to
Serve You.
ccc 1325492.
795-7003/800-233-5358
JOHN SCOTT ROOFING
FREE Est, Senior Discount
Uc.ccc 1325704
352-447-8050
RE-ROOFS & REPAIRS
Reasonable Rates!!
Exp'd, Lic. CCC1327843
Erik (352) 628-2557


BIANCHI CONCRETE
Driveways-Patios-
Sidewalks. FREE EST.
Llc#2579 /Ins. 746-1004
CONCRETE WORK
Sidewalks, Driveways
Patios, slabs. Free est.
LiUc. 2000. Ins. 795-4798
Decorative concrete,
River rock, curbs, Stamp
concrete Fuston's River
Rock (352) 344-4209
ROB'S MASONRY
& CONCRETE Slabs,
driveways & tear outs
Lic.1476 726-6554









All Tractor/Dirt Service
Land Clear, Tree Serv.,
Bushhog, Driveways
& Hauling 302-6955



DOTSON Construction
25 yrs. in Central FL Our
own crews! Specializing'
in additions, framing,
trim, & decks.
Lic. #CRC1326910
(352) 726-1708
W. F. GILLESPIE
Room Additions, New
Home Construction,
Baths & Kitchens
St. Uc. CRC 1327902
(352) 465-2177
www.wfgillesple.com












CERAMIC TILE INSTALLER
Bathroom remodeling,
handicap bathrooms.
Lic/Ins. #2441 795-7241
CUTTING EDGE Ceramic
Tile. Lic, #2713, Insured.
Showers Firts Counters
Etc. (352) 422-2019
STONE MASON
Outdoor Fireplaces,
Waterfalls & Ponds,
Walks & Patios, Etc.
(352) 592-4455



HURRICANE BUILDERS
Unlimited, LLC. 30yrs.
Exp. Drywall Specialty
New, Restoration &
Repair. Uic CRC1329305
(352) 563-2125
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, 35 yrs. exp.
344-1952 CBC058263


FILL, ROCK, CLAY, ETC.
All types of Dirt Service
Call Mike 352-564-1411
Mobile 239-470-0572
AFFORDABLE Top soil,
fill, mulch,rock. Tractor
work. No job too small.
352-302-7325 341-2019
ALL AROUND TRACTOR
Landclearing, Hauling,
Site Prep, Driveways.
Lic. & Ins, 795-5755
All Tractor/Dirt Service
Land Clear, Tree Serv.,
Bushhog, Driveways
& Hauling 302-6955
LARRY'S TRACTOR
SERVICE Finish grading
& bush hogging.
352-302-3523/628-3924
* TOP SOIL SPECIAL r
Screened, no stones.
10 Yds $150; 20 Yds $225
u 352-302-6436i



ALL AROUND TRACTOR
Landclearing, Hauling,
Site Prep, Driveways.
Lic. & Ins. 795-5755
LANDCLEARING
Site prep, Tree Serv,, I
I Dump Truck, Demo |
352-220-5054 "
All Tractor/Dirt Service
Land Clear, Tree Serv.,
Bushhog, Driveways
& Hauling 302-6955



3rd GENERATION SERV
Fencing, General
Home Repairs, Int/ Ext.
Painting, lawn trees, &
landscaping FREE Est,,
10% Off Any Job.
lic 99990257151 & Ins.
(352) 201-0658
BANG'S LANDSCAPING
St Augustine Sod $125
Pallet-400sf. $145-500sf
(352) 341-3032 Iv. mess.
BIG KUHUNA LAWN
SERVICE Palm Tree
trimming, Cleanups,
Free est. 352-586-1721
D's Landscape & Expert
Tree Svce Personalized
design. Stump Grinding
& Bobcat work. Fill/rock
& Sod:.352-563-0272




I High Quality Lawn
Care I Comm./Res
All Your Property
Needs! 352-419-4607
"El Cheapo" cuts $10 up
Beat any Price. We do
it All. Call 352-563-9824
Or 352-228-7320
3rd GENERATION SERV
Fencing, General
Home Repairs, Int/ Ext.
Painting, lawn trees, &
landscaping FREE Est.,
10% Off Any Job.
IIc 99990257151 & Ins.
(352) 201-0658
ANDERSEN'S YARDMAN
SERVICES, Mowing, &
Trimming, Trash,
hauling, Low rates
1-352-277-6781
Bob's Pro Lawn Care
Reliable, Quality work
Residential / Comm.
Uc./Ins. 352-613-4250


C & R LANDSCAPING
Lawn Maintenance
clean ups Mulching,
We Show Up
352-503-5295, 503-5082
DUN-RITE Lawn Service
Mowing, Tree Trimming
Small tractor work.
Debris Cleanup
352-302-4686
G. Nelson & Son, Lawn
Service, mowing, trim-
ming, etc, dependable
lic. & Ins, (352)563-2118
LAWN SERVICE
We do re-sodding
and patching.
Free Estimate 795-4798.

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mj Service


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


"DEBRIS HAULING"
& Misc. Clean-Up,
Tree Service & Demos
352.447-3713/232-2898
WE MOVE SHEDS
352-637-6607



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6" Seamless Gutter
Best Job Availablell
Lic. & Ins. 352-860-0714
S ALL EXTERIOR
ALUMINUM
Quality Price!
6" Seamless Gutters
Uc &Ins 621-0881
ALUMINUM STRUCTURES
5" & 6" Seamless Gutters
FREE Estimatesl Uc. &
Insured (352) 563-2977
DYAMOND GUTTERS
5" & 6" seamless.
Colors available.
Lic. ins. (352) 464-4525










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BANG'S LANDSCAPING
St Augustine Sod $125
Pallet-400 sf/$ 145-500sf.
(352) 341-3032 Iv. mess.
CIRCLE T
SOD FARMS INC.
Res/Com. Installations
Lic.(352) 400-2221 Ins.


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V ALL TYPES OF INTERIOR TRIM
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/ ALL TYPES OF REPAIRS
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732 (352) 697-1200


Ideal Carports
Custom Build Your Dream
Carport
Garage
**nnsn *Boat
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RV.Cover
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Small Jobs leleloni, Porch Enclovures
Remodeling Soffit & Facing
Room Additions I in'i/ Siding
Garages Di)ori & Windows

(352) 628-0100
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43" Hitachi TV,
like new, $350:
27" Zenith TV.
$50;
(352) 419-4304
(352) 201-1104
SONY TRINITRON
27" Color TV $200;
NEC 26"
Color TV $150
Both in Exc.Cond.
(352) 341-4103
Toshiba 55"
Color TV
Excellent cond.
$475. obo
(352) 746-5296
(352) 476-3042


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Citrus County
Computer Doctors
Repairs In-Home or
Pick-Up, Delivery, avail.
Free quote, 344-4839
DIESTLER COMPUTERS
Internet service, New &
Used systems, parts &
upgrades. Visa/
MCard 637-5469
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ALUM. ROUND GLASS
TOP 46" tbl. w/4 cushion
chairs. $95; LOVESEAT
Wrought Iron. w/ cush-
ions & glasstop cof tbl
$40/set. (352) 628-9837
PATIO TABLE
40x70
$65
(352) 637-5903
QUALITY PVC
64" Oval table, w/4
cushioned chairs.
$150,
(352) 527-0920




2 UPHOLSTERED
ROCKERS Brown.
$50/firm, both
Leather Like Black
Couch $250. Both exc.
(352) 726-3217
2 UPHOLSTERED SWIVEL
CHAIRS, Off white,
$75/both; RECLINER,
beige, $35. Almost
new!! (352) 746-0481
4 SWIVEL BAR STOOLS
w/backs. 30 "
Steel & upholstery.
$400 New.
Exc. Cond. $150
(352) 860-2347
YOUR FURNITURE
Is Waiting For You
NU 2 U FURNITURE
Homosassa 621-7788
6' GLASS TABLE,
Stucco pews, 6 chairs,
$275; Small Blue Swivel
Recliner, $50; Leave
msg. only. 352-794-3231
A Kitchen Table/
4 chairs, wood
$100.
Bath Floor Cabinet
white, excel.
$75. (352) 586-7393
A Love Seat, floral,
beautiful $100.
2 End Tables,
solid wood, nice
$75.
(352) 586-7393
ADJUSTABLE BED
Twin XL, Like Brand
New! $600
(352) 382-5486
BADCOCK
Discovery Wood bunk
bed w/desk, drawers
built in. $325
(352) 563-9830
BARSTOOLS (4)
30" High Wood, Shaker
style $48 takes all
(352) 746-9909
BEDROOM SET
Gray w/gold trim. Inc.
Queen pillow-top bed
w/box spring & frame.
Triple dresser w/round
mirror. Chest of drawers
& night stand.
Headboard & 2 gold
lamps. $650/set
(352) 344-0787
BEDROOM SET, White
TV Etage, Hdbrd, Triple
Dresser, Upright Dresser,
Night Stand. $800/set
FUTON w/drawers $300
(352) 637-5416
BEDS :* BEDS *:o BEDS
The factory outlet store!
For TOP National Brands
Fr.50%/70% off Retail
Twin $119-4 Full $159
Queen $199 / King $249
Please call 795-6006
BUNK BED from Fort
Wilderness, complete
w/mattress, cost $620,
Sacrifice $200;
TABLE W/4 chairs $75.
(352) 621-0300
CEDAR CHIFFOROBE
Antique, $450;
WOODEN COMPUTER
DESK (pressed wood)
$25
(352) 794-3231
CITRUS HOME DECOR
Like new Furniture
Buy, Sell, Consignment,
Homosassa, 621-3326
COUCH & LOVESEAT
Victorian, + 5 yds. fabric
Sea Green & Burgundy
roses. Exc.Cond.
Non-Smoking. $700 obo
COMPUTER DESK $10
(352) 637-4779
Dark Blue Leather Sofa
sleeper, w/ matching
recliner, org. $2,000.
asking$400.
(352) 382-3964
DINING RM SET
Oval tble w/4chrs,
blue/wht check wood
$150 (352) 637-5783
DINING ROOM TABLE
Seats 12 w/2 leaves.
Solid wood. $50 obo
(352) 795-0211
FULL SIZE MATTRESS
Guest Bed. Exc. Cond.
$100;
QU. WATERBED LINER,
Heater, Bladder $25
(352) 637-4779


KING BEDROOM SET,
$150: CHINA HUTCH,
$85. All in good
condition.
(352) 621-0300
Lane Swivel Rocker,
recliner, tan
$40.
Recliner, Brown
$15,
(352) 860-2271
LOFT BED,
ALL WOOD w/built in
desk w/5 drawers.
$300/obo
352-746-1430/527-0384
LOVESEAT
Tan fabric w/2 black
& tan pillows.
Great Cond. $100
(352) 382-5055 Iv. mess.
OAK ROUND TABLE
w/4 Oak Chairs
Good Cond.$150
(352) 341-6899
PAUL'S FURNITURE
Cooler Weather
Longer hours.
Tues thru Fri. 9am-5pm
Saturday 9am-lpm
Homosassa 628-2306
Pine Coffee Table,
barely used, $50
Fontana Style
Entertainment center,
$150/obo
(352) 726-5698
Preowned Mattress Sets
from Twin $30; Full $40
Qn $50; Kg $75.
628-0808
QUEEN BEDSET
Med. Oak. Headboard,
rails, armoire &
2 nightstands. $250
(352) 344-8445
Queen Sz. Hide a Bed,
beige/tweed,
good cond. $250.
(352) 746-3618
Redecorating
Large Quality Sofa,
med. blue, w/ tan pip-
ing, very comfortable,
excel, cond. $225.
(352) 465-6551
ROCKER
Oak Glider w/Ottoman
$75, Swivel Stools (2)
White $15 both
(352) 533-3347
SLEEPER SOFA
& Love Seat(Bassett)
wicker frame, loose
cush's, soft floral colors,
great cond. $550
352-419-4158
SOFA & LOVESEAT
Rattan. Sage green,
peach & cream.
Very pretty set. $250
(352) 628-7449
TABLE W/4 CHAIRS
42"'Glass-top, uphol.
seats $200; LR Table Set:
2 Ends, 1 Coffee.
Glass- top/wicker. $150
(352) 637-5416
The Path's Graduates,
Single Mothers,
Needs your furniture.
Dining tables, dressers
& beds are needed.
Call (352) 746-9084
TV STAND, Brand New,
fits up to 62" TV.
59"x17"X 14"H, gray w/
glass shelf, $60.
(352) 795-2820
WALL UNIT
Like new, $600;
DVD/CD
$60.
(352) 257-8788




3500 WT. GENERATOR
Kerosene Heater,
Gas Chipper,
22" Lawn Mower.
All/$100 Will separate.
(352) 637-2306
*FREE REMOVAL OF*
ATV's, bikes, cars, jet skis
mowers, golf carts. We
sell ATV parts 628-2084
LAWN MOWER
(Weedeater) Riding, 42"
cut, Strong 14hp,$400
(352) 637-5783


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GARAGE SALE
LEFT OVERS AD

Did you ever wonder
what to do with those
left over items from
your Garage sale?

We have the
Answer for Only
$12.95
The week after your
Garage Sale just give
us a call and we will
run a 6 line ad
for 5 days.
(352) 563-5966
(352) 726-0902

IN THE SPIRIT OF
THANKS

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The Chronicle
Classified Team
would like to
extend to you our
Thanks by offering:

I FREE DAY
on any paid
2 DAY GARAGE
SALE AD

Give us a call during
the month of
November and
"WE'LL EAT YOUR
WORDS
ON THE 3RD DAY."
GOBBLE, GOBBLE

(352) 563-5966
Offer valid
Nov.1 -Nov.30, 2007


"LIVE AUCTIONS"
www.charliefudge.com
For Upcoming Auctions
1-800-542-3877
INVERNESS
Big Yard Sale. 4000
Hwy. 41-S., Inverness
Call Shirley 726-4550



Mink Coat. Full Length,
52", female pelts,
shawl collar, band cuff,
Euro sz. 34, Worn only 1
season, org. $5,995, will
sell for $2,200. presently
in cold storage, excel.
holiday gift. Made in
Denmark(352) 746-1910




3 bowl stainless steel
sink w/delta faucets,
$50; KENMORE DRYER,
almond, runs good, $50
(352) 726-5233
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BUSINESS IN THE
SERVICE
DIRECTORY

ONE CALL
ONE PRICE
ONE MONTH
ONLY $200.00
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*Rlverland News
*Riverland Shopper
*South Marion
Citizen
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Messenger
*Sumter County
Times
CALL TODAY
(352) 563-5966
Bamboo End Tables
w/glass tops, $25;
HP Printer 842C
$35. Call (352) 212-6299
BIRD CAGE
3.5' ACCS $30
Electric Typewriter,
good cond. $20
(352) 489-2119
Carpet Factory Direct
Sales Install Repair
Laminate, tile, wood Sr.
disc. (352) 341-0909
COLLECTIBLES
TYs, Barbies, Tools &
Much more! Too much
to list!l $100/FOR ALL
(352) 400-6091
Conico small pick up
truck box, 60" long,
$25.
Clip on toe mirror
$10.
(352) 465-6811
DINING TABLE, OAK
& 2 leaves w/6 chairs &
China Cabinet. $375;
(2) 100 Watt SOLAR
PANELS & Auto Charge
Cntrt Unit,mnting hrdwr.
$995 352-795-4513
Dog Groomers Table,
w/ fold up legs, $75.
Dog Crate
Large airline approved
$50. .
(352) 637-3599
Foosball Gamie
used $40.
Eureka Vacuum,
the boss, bag less, wide
track $35.
(352) 637-3599
FOOTBALL TABLE, $500;
KINETICO REVERSE
OSMOSIS water cond.
sys. Brand new, $700
(352) 302-4142
GENERATOR
Troy Bilt, 4-5,000watt,
portable Generator.
Never used, fully
assembled. $350 OBO.
(352) 746-1262
GOLF CART BATTERIES
THE BATTERY MEPICS
36V & 48V Sets $245
Free Delivery 1 yr. warr.
Contact Mark @
727-375-6111
GOLF CLUBS brand
new 9 clubs graphite
shaft all Hybrids w/bag,
putter & driver. $250 TVs
(2) 24" Toshiba, like New
Beige $100,20" Toshiba
w/DVD beige nice $95,
SONY Computer w/
windows 98 w/DVD +
17" monster, keyboard
& Mouse $95
352-860-0288/634-4592
HOMEOWNERS If you
would like to sell your
home or mobile for
cash quickly, call
Fred Farnsworth
(352) 726-9369
JANITORIAL/
RESTAURANT
CLEANING
Immediate openings
FT, professional
sub-contractors. Night
work. Inverness area.
Call M-F 9-4pm
1-800-577-1318
KEYBOARD, battery or
electric, $50;
CHAINSAW, $50
(352) 628-7688
Pool/Spa Heater
Never used. Hayward
400,000 BTU, propane,
elec. Ignition.
Worth $2,350. new
Asking $1,200. obo
(352) 746-6925
SHOWER/TUB
NEW, fiberglass.
$70;
CAGE 2 3/4 X 3 1/2
$30
(352) 476-4568
Table 4 chairs,
green wicker/glass top
$50.
Manual Treadmill,
new $50.
(352) 637-3599


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Tools & misc. Items.
Nail guns, compressors,
Toyota truck topper,
seed spreader, ladders,
mowers, chainsaws &
more! Call John
(352) 476-4441
WANTED used a/c units
don't toss it i will pay
you for it call
352-726-3752




HANDICAPPED
VAN FOR SALE
Handicapped van with
Braun lifft,hand con-
trols, six way power
seat, fully loaded,
wood package with
TV,VCR, Ford E250,2003-
with under 40,000 miles.
Asking $18.000 or best
offer... 352-270-3883.
HOSPITAL BED
Like Newl
$250
(352) 746-2456
LIFT CHAIR
As new!
Orig. $1,200/Sell $385
(352) 344-9810
POWER
WHEELCHAIR
'05, Pride Jet 3 Ultra.
Orig. $4,000/Sell $395
Exc.cond.
(352) 344-9810
RALLY PRIDE SCOOTER
With folding
factory made ramp for
loading/unloading. Incl
manual $500/obo
(352) 746-1552
SCOOTERs
GOGO 4 WHEEL,
$350.00.
RASCAL, 3 wheeler
$250.00
(352) 628-9625
SUNDANCER
Motor Scooter w/6'
ramp (single fold). Orig.


BUYING US COINS
Beating all Written
offers. Top $$$$ Paid
(352) 228-7676




KEYBOARD
Yamaha, W/Stand &
Seat good Condition
$125obo (352) 465-6627
SUNLIGHT DRUMS,
Green, extra symbols,
All hardware Included.
$500.
(352) 746-7396



BENCH PRESS Power
drive machine, w/adj.
weights, $50;
(352) 726-5233



3 SPEED, 3 WHEEL
Battery Operated,
Bicycle. Gd. cond.
$150.
(352) 860-0939
ADULT 3 WHEEL
TRICYCLE
Good Cond. $200
(352) 628-5312
BIKE RACK
For 2 X 2 Receiver.
Holds 3-4 bikes. $75
(352) 465-0911
Double Hoop
Basketball game
electric store board
like new $100.
(352) 746-0284
*FREE REMOVAL OF.
ATV's, bikes, cars, Jet skis
mowers, golf carts, We
sell ATV parts 628-2084
GOLF CART BATTERIES
THE BATTERY MEDICS
36V & 48V Sets $245
Free Delivery 1 yr. warr.
Contact Mark @
727-375-6111
LADIES BICYCLE
16" TREK, many
accessories
Pd. $440/Sell $200
(352) 637-5416
SPRINGFIELD 1884
45-70 Trapdoor Rifle
Cartouche Circle P on
wrist, wood, exc. metal,
some blue turning plum
Matching bayonette,
no scabbard, Must seel
$1100/obo 352-634-1120
WE BUY GUNS
On site Gun Smithing
(352) 726-5238

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Any new or used -
| Trailer "In Stock" |
i w/ad. EZ Pull Trailers
6532 W. Gulf to Lake

TRAILERS
Cargo, Utility, Boat
4x8 to 8.5x24
100 trailers in stock
GULF TO LAKE SALES
352-527-0555




5K Infant Stroller
3 wheeler, $50;
(352) 628-7688




BUYING US COINS
Beating all Written
offers. Top $$$ Paid
(352) 228-7676
Vintage BASEBALL BATS
Any condition. Ball
gloves, team balls, &
trophies.(727)236-6545


NOTICE
Pets for Sale
In the State of Florida
per stature 828.29 all
dogs or cats offered
for salee required
to be at least 8 weeks
of age with a health
certificate per
Florida Statute.
2 BIRDCAGES Ig. $150;
SMALL, $70;
352-212-6299
BENGAL CAT
Beautiful 2 yr. old
spayed, shots,
declawed, To gd,
home, $400.
(352) 382-2572
Chocolate Lab
Puppies AKC Reg. $500
Cathy (352) 895-8729
COCKER SPANIEL,
AKC, male, all shots,
16wks, $400.
(352) 795-8741
DACHSHUND
Miniature 4mo. old
males bik. & tan. $150
ea, (352) 447-5952
Dog Pen,
10'x 6'
$100. Like new
(352) 746-0284
ENGLISH BULLDOG
Pups AKC Champ. line
2 male 1 fern. $2000
352-228-1464
FRENCH BULLDOGS
AKC, Health Cert.
Beautiful socialized
pups. 8 wks. 2 (M), 2 (F)
$1,200-$1,500
(352) 794-4183
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
AKC, Fem., 9 mos.
microchipped, good
w/kids & pets,
house- trained. $300
(352) 601-5227
Humane Society
of Inverness
offers Low Cost
Spay & Neuter
Service
Starting at $20,
Cat Declawing $60,
Teeth Cleaning $75.
Call for appt.
(352) 726-8801
LAB PUPS
AKC Reg. Biks. $250;
Health certificate
vet approved
(352) 795-1902
LAB PUPS
AKC, Black & Choc.
Ready 11/22. $400
(352) 795-5444
Mini Dachshunds 10wks
Health cert. wormed,
shots. Parents on prem.
352-302-8807 pis Iv msg
Serious Inquires only.
Rottwellier Pups
Absolutely Beautiful
champion lines,
M/F, shots, wormed,
guaranteed, parents
(352) 503-3284
SCOTTISH TERRIERS
Reg. ACA. Mom & 3
Males. 13 Wks. Cute
little Christmas Bearsl
First $375/Mom $200
(352) 726-0133
SHIH TZU PUPS
8 weeks old all shots &
health Certificate.
Black & White & Brindle
Fem. $500 Males $450
(352) 637-9241
SIAMESE KITTENS
Seal Pt., Blue Pt.,
pure bred &
Health Certs. $300
Will hold for Chrlstmasl
(352) 228-1906







TOY POODLE
Puppies, 3fem. 1ml.
3 Choc. 1 bik born
9/29/07, parents on







(352) 795-8741
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Belgian Mares (2)
17 Hands Tall, Broke to
ride & Drive, Quiet, traf-
fic safe. Bread to foal In
Spring, By registered
Belgian Stallion, Load,
Clip & Tie, Must Seel
$4000ea. 352-212-0451
QUARTER HORSE, Mare,
6yrs. old. 15HH, very
sweet, no bad habits,
$1500. (352) 726-9928




BABY FEMALE
DONKEY
5 mo. old. $500.
(352) 637-4138




CR Riv./Hernando
Rent/Buy 1 & 2 BR's,
Furn./Unfurn., No pets,
Ist/Ist/dp 352 -795-5410
Crystal River
2/1 on secluded
Acre $500./mo
352-637-2973
FLORAL CITY
Sm. IBR $350/mo.
Ist/last/sec. No pets.
(352) 726-6197


IN THE SPIRIT


OF THANKS
The Chronicle Classified Team
would like to extend to you our Thanks
by offering:

LL FREE DAY
on any paid 2 Day Garage Sale Ad.
Give us a call during the month
SV of November and

"We'll Eat Your Words"
on the 3rd Day.


(352) 563-5966
Offer valid Nov. 1 Nov. 30, 2007.


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New never lived in 3/2
on /2 Ac. 1,836 SF. living.
MUST SELL
(727) 967-4230
'02 Modular 3/2 on
/ AC. N. of CR Mall
In well maintained
neighborhood
$124,900. (352)257-1570
2/2 DW, 1/3 crnr acre
Riverlakes Manor. New
AC, septic & well. All
appli's inc W&D $59,900
Owner Fin. w/ $10,000
down (813) 240-7925
3/2 SW on Two 'h AC
Lots. Scrn porch.
By Owner $44,500/obo
1592 S Lookout Pt
2 blocks off US19
352-503-4142
'99 OAKWOOD 16 X 70
3/2 New well, septic.
Extra lot. Great Shapel
$59,900 (352)427-5574
BEST OF
THE BEST
#1 Volume Dealer
Can't be Beat!
32 x 80, 4/2
Only $72,900.
on your lot or ours
Land Availablel
CALL 352-621-9182
By Owner 2/2, (15X66)
SW on 50X125 lot.
Newly dec, 8X10 porch,
Chain link fenced, CHA,
all appll. Great area.
$43,900 352-464-5489
CRYSTAL RIVER
2/2 SW on private
/2 Ac., F. Rm., Frnt scrn.
Prch, Roof-over, new
carpet & stove 10x 14
workshop, $41,500. obo,
(813) 792-1355
CRYSTAL RIVER
Definitely Not Your
average Manufactured
home. Completely
remodeled 14X73,
2/2 open floor plan
w/fenced yard.
$64 900/oatlon???
865-414-2318/
352-795-5641
DUNNELLON
3/2 on 1 acre Fenc'd In
All New S/S appliances
3 ton A/C Extras $ 109k
813-671-0471/789-5130
or 813-787-4780
Foreclosure 4BR, w/
F. place 2002 Model
28 x 60 new carpet &
apple's, paved rd. home
Is like new $76,900.
Days 352-302-7332
Eve. 382-0654
FORECLOSURE
Land & Home
3/2 on 1/2 acre
$107,250.
Will finance
@4.75% Interest
WAC
Call
352-400-5367


CLASSIFIED


HERNANDO
2 br on one wooded
acre $650.00 +
deposit.Avail. Dec1
815-985-1647
Homosassa Sprng.
Remodeled 3/2 on
fenced acre, Fl. Rm., Lg
Deck, 1st + sec. $875.
mo (352) 628-0731
INGLIS
I Bedroom, completely
furn. all util. incl. $500.
(352) 447-4628
INGLIS
2/1, 1/4 acr. Completely
furn.. ready to move in
Sorry No smoking/pets
$650mo. 1st & Sec.
(352) 447-4628
INGLIS
4/2/2, On 1.17 Acres.
Freshly renovated.
New AC, $1075. mo.,
Rick, 305-773-5363
INVERNESS
55+ Lakefront park
Exciting oppt'y, or 2BR
Mobiles for rent. Screen
porches, appl., water
incl. Fishing piers.
Beautiful trees $350/up
Leeson's 352-476-4964
INVERNESS
NEW LISTING 3/1
No Petsl Immaculate
Cond. $550 Ist/last/sec,
(352) 726-4294
INVERNESS
Rent/Buy opt. Lg 4/1
$795/mo. 352-560-3355
LECANTO
2 DWs Nice! In the
Country, for details Call
(352) 586-4182
1BR Furn. Carpt Scrn
rm. $550: IBR unfurn.
$400 1 BR RV turn $325.
No pets. 628-4441
BANK FORECLOSURE
5BR, $37,500. 2BR
$12,800. For listings
800-366-9783 Ext 5714
5 BDRM HUD $32,0001
Only $254/mol 5% dwn.
20yrs. at 8%. For listings
800-366-9783 Ext 9845




32 WIDE NEW 4/2
$69,9001 Inc. Del, Set,
AC, Heat, Skirting, &
Steps. MH SERVICES
(352) 746-5912
New 5/3
2100 sf, spacious
I kitchen, platinum
appl. pkg. delivered
and set up.
only $59,900!
SUN COUNTRY I
HOMES
352-794-7321
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NICE older 2/2 on lake
in Inverness Sr. Park. fish-
ing pier & poss. owner
finance. $1,000 down,
$250 mo. + $240 lot
rent. (352) 726-9369
3/2 $199/mo HUD Home
5% down 20yrs at
8%apr. For listings call
800-366-9783 Ext 5704
BANK FORECLOSURE
5BR, $37,500. 2BR
$12,800. For listings
800-366-9783 Ext 5714
5 BDRM HUD $32,000!
Only $254/mol 5% dwn.
20yrs. at 8%. For listings
800-366-9783 Ext 9845



7440 CHASSAHOWITZKA
4/2, $950/mo.
11438 MARY ELLEN TER
2/2 SW $450; Both-l
Ist/last/sec. No pets.
727-480-2507/480-2216



FSBO Waterfront 2/2
40' dock, off
Homosassa River.
No owner financing.
Many extras! $222K
(352) 628-9487


Property
Management &
Investment
Group, Inc.
Licensed R.E. Broker
) Property & Comm.
Assoc. Mgmt. is our
only Business
)o Res.& Vac.
Rental Specialists
> Condo & Home
owner Assoc, Mgmt,
Robble Anderson
LCAM, Realtor
352-628-5600
lnfo@proDerty
managmentgroup.
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on /2 ac. 840 sq.ft.
$7,500 down. $650/mo.
(813) 770-5349
NO CREDIT CHECK
Lake Rousseau
Deeded access, 1 acr.
Ig. like new DW, 3/2,
Riverbend Rd. Area
$92,500. (352) 897-4070

SEW3BR,2BA
Delivered and
Set Up, AC, Skirting,
permits and rehooks
$318.68 mo.
P&I, WAC
First time Home Buy-
ers pro ram avail.
SUN COUNTRY I
HOMES
352-794-7308

NEW JACOBSEN
2008 MODEL
28 x 52, 3/2, country kit.
18" ceramic tile, 2 x 6
construction 30-19-22
insulation $10,000 In
upgrade options, Buy
for only $49,900. on your
lot or buy one of ours
for only $15,500.
1/2 acre on paved road
352-621-3807
No Money
Down!
Local Lender has
Repo's and
Foreclosures.
Rates as low as 4.75%,
30 yr. term Call Lauren
Financial for details,
352-621-3807 or
352-302-7332

Spec Homes
2, 3,4&5BdRm I
Packages Available
Multiple Sites
to choose From
Packages starting at
$79,900.
special FHA fin.
avail.
SUN COUNTRY
HOMES
352-794-7309
SUPER NICE
1993 furnished 2/2
Mobile. Screen Porch
Roofover( Fenced.
$55,500. Parsley
Real Estate, Inc.
Charleen Hamilton
(352) 212-2517

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BEST RENTALS
DE-CARLO ESTATES
2/2/2 House, Scrn. Prch,
$700; 2/2 Scrn Prch Villa
All new $675; 2/2 House
Fam Rm, Scrn Prch $700
1/1 Apt $400.
352-422-2393
SUGARMILL WOODS
Brand new 4BR/2BA
home $1150 mo + dep.
Call 813-994-7762




BRENTWOOD
Like new 3/21/2/1 Twnhm
Gated, pool, gym, golf.
$1100/mo 352-746-5922

HERNANDO
Fully furn, studio, incl.
power & cable. CHA
$150/wk + $150 dep.
Must have local refer.
(352) 746-9398
Homosassa Sprngs
1/1, quiet, clean No
smok / Pets, $550.
(352) 220-9063
Inglis Apts./Studios
Riverhouse $600/
Studio $400. All utilities.
No Pets(352) 447-2240
INVERNESS
1/1, quiet area, partially
furnished $475 mo.
352-419-4511


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Chassahowitzka
Waterfront, Gulf Access
Nice 2/1, $495. mo.
(352)341-3131
CITRUS SPRINGS
1/1 non-smoking no
pets $475/mo F/L all Util
Included, call after
6pmr (352) 489-1210
CITRUS SPRINGS
New 3/2/2 Rent-to-Own
Low Down, Easy Terms
Danny (407) 227-2821
CRYSTAL RIVER
1 BR, laundry/premises,
$500 mo.+ sec. deposit.
352-465-2985
CRYSTAL RIVER
Seven Rivers Apts.
1 & 2 bedrooms,
clean, quiet. Close to
mall & hospital.
Complete laundry
facilities,
No application fees.
(352) 795-1588
Equal Housing
Opportunity

HOMOSASSA
I & 2 Bdrms. $450./$500.
No pets. 1st, sec., water
352-628-7300/697-0310
HOMOSASSA
IMMACULATE 2/1,
fenced yard, $650/mo.
Quiet neigh. Ist/last/sec
(800) 709-8555
INVERNESS
2/1 W/D, no pets,
$575/mo. Ist/last/sec.
Also Avail. 2/2, $625/mo
(352) 212-4661
INVERNESS
2/1,$520mo.$1,000 Sec.
1st Month FREEI
352-302-3911
INVERNESS
2BR, Washer/Dryer
Corner 581 & Anna Jo,
No Pets, No smoking,
$600./mo, 1 yr. lease,
credit check req'd.
ALL CITRUS REALTY INC.
(352) 726-2471
INVERNESS
Large 2/1, CHA, W/D
hook-up Garage, 1acre
Private Spotless $695.
3575A E. Theresa Ln.
352-422-3217
INVERNESS
NEWLY REMODELED
2/1 $575mo. $862 sec.
9am-6pm 352-341-4379

Mayo Drive Apts.
Units Available I
SStarting at $395. |
Long & Short Term I
Rentals Available
(352) 795-2626

Ventura Village
Apartments
2 bedroom Elderly,
Handicapped
or disabled.
Rent starting at
$421 mo.
TTY (800) 342-3552
(352) 637-6349


4 NEW MODELS
Excellent Amenities
Gated Community
5 55+
BRAND NEW HOMES
$68,900.-$129,000.
Phone 352-795-7161
1994 PARK MODEL
Sr. prk, 1/1, sliding drs,
CHA, New: gas tank,
scrn & deck rm, steps &
walk. $17,000/obo
(352) 726-8902
2/1, 55+, roof over,
central air & heat, car-
port,util, shed, w/
wash/Dry, $9,500.
(352) 564-0843
2/1, excellent cond,,
nice clean, 55+ park
new carpet, tile,
updated kit. & bath,
scrn. porch, carport,
shed, $13,500. (352)
860-1795
55+ PARK, 3/2
Low mo. rent. w/furn.
& apple. Lg. lanal,.Strg..
Porch. $18,500 Neg.
352-746-9595
CRYSTAL RIVER 55+
Community. 2/2, DW,
Carport, Shed, screen
rm. Wooded lot, like
new. Must seel $63,900
352-794-5439/257-9466
DUNNELLON
Withlacootchee
Backwaters, '98 24x46
2x2 Carport Porch Patio
10x14 Workshed w/river
access Many xtras $45K
352-489-0919/427-2119
DW Oak Bend Village
Dunnellon, Dbl.
Garage. Take over
Spymnts. Bal. approx.
$120K (352) 628-3363
FOREST VIEW ESTATES
Great Loc. Pools, clbhs.
& more. Move-in ready,
camp. furn. 2/2 DW,
wheelchair. acc.shed
& sprklr. $51,900. (352)
563-6428/352-563-1297
Inverness Lake Front
Open House 1 lam-3pm
8618 E. Gospel Is. Rd.
Lot 59, Beautiful DW,
2/2, on Lake Front Lot,
totally remodeled, scrn.
porch, lots of extras,
mostly turn., 55+ Park,
$50,000. (352) 560-7893
NEW2/1-1/2 SW, incl.
appl., air move In now.
Inverness 55+Pk,
$29,900, Poss. fin.(352)
344-1002 or 302-2824
Retirement Mobile
1 Bedroom 10 x 24 scrn
In porch, roofover car-
port all redone inside
excel, cond. $10,000.
352-563-0232 Must See
WALDEN WOODS
2003 DW, 3/2, vinyl
Fl. Rm., new berber
carpet. 6 mos. Free
Lot Rent. $62,500
(352) 382-2356
WALDEN WOODS
3/2/carport. Many
upgrades. Workshop,
glass lanai & many
amenitlesil $95K
(352) 382-7334
WALDEN WOODS
55+ park, 2yrs. old, DW
2/2, carport, porch, util
shed, Exc. cond.
$58,000. (352) 697-2779
WEEK WACHEE 55+
2+/2, carport, shed,
scrnd prch, W/D, LR,
DR, crnr. prop. Strm
wndws, sprinklers & new
insulation. $50K
352-597-8207/428-1545
3/2 $199/mo HUD Home
5% down 20yrs at
8%apr. For listings call
800-366-9783 Ext 5704
3/2 $199/mo HUD Home
5% down 20yrs at
8%apr. For listings call
800-366-9783 Ext 5704


BEVERLY HILLS
Winn Dixie Plaza
1500sf commercial
bldg. avail, for rent.
Call 352-586-0632

Convenient Store
for Lease, Leesburg Fl,
1800-828-6979 ext.2242
Crystal River 1300 sq ft,
Retail or Office Bldg.
for Lease, 2 Baths, 2 front
entrances, $1,500. mo
11125 W Bentbow Path
Hwy 19 Accessible
352-637-3912

CRYSTAL RIVER
326sf Office $425. mo.
Waybright Real Estate
352-795-1600

HOMOSASSA
3 Offices + Reception
$600 mo. (352)400-1989
Hwy. 490 Office/Wrhse.
2200 sf, $1,650 mo.
Islander Construction
(727) 808-5949

LECANTO
Hwy 44 New 1320sqff.
Completed offices
$1485/mo 1 FREE month
w/lease 3 spaces left
352-527-9090/634-1776
2 PRIME COMMERCIAL
Spaces for Rent
$850-$1060. Brkr/owner
(352) 422-7925


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CITRUS HILLS
2/2, Pool, near golf &
tennis. $750, unfumn.
(917) 609-7240
CITRUS HILLS
Greenbriar II Condo.
2/2.5, turn., 2 floors
$800mo. + util,
352-746-6738
CRYSTAL RIVER
Meadowcrest 2/2 Villa
$875mo. 352-422-2367
INVERNESS
2/1/1 Whispering Pine
Pk. Comm. p.:.' i.: .Jt..
Myrlam(352) 613-2644
INVERNESS 2/2
W/D, New carpet,
appl.'s, comm. pool.
garb. Incl. $750.mo. 1st,
Ist. $500. sec.
(352) 746-4611
INVERNESS
2/2/1 Whispering Pines,
Unfurn. Lanai, $800 + 1st
& Sec. Sm Pets OK,
Pool, Playground &
Clubhouse Access.
(352) 341-0422
INVERNESS
Angler's Landing 2/2,
pool/boat dock, No
smok/pets. $650 mo
+$350 dep 352-634-0983
INVERNESS
Townhome at the
Landings 2/2/1,
Commun. pool & boat
dock. Maint. free. $700.
mo. (352) 400-0731
INVERNESS VLG.
2/2, 55+, heated pool,
no pets/smok. Yrly lease
$650/mo. 352-344-2770
Sugarmill Woods
2/2, Completely furn.
$850. mo., Yr Lease
$1,600.- seasonal all util.
3 mo. min. 352 746-4611




CRYSTAL RIVER
2/1 Clean W/D hu $600
No pets. 352-228-0525
FLORAL CITY
2/1 Lg., $625
Angela (352) 603-0345
INVERNESS
Large 2/1, CHA, W/D
hook-up Garage, acre
Private Spotless $695.
3575A E. Theresa Ln.
352-422-3217




HERNANDO
1/1, off 200, $325+sec.
(352) 302-4535
HOMOSASSA TRL.
Share 2/2 mobile. Cntry
acreage, prvt. $100/wk.
Mike L. (352) 212-1115




CRYSTAL RIVER
S3/2/1 $900/mo
7RiversGolfArea
.352-257-1034
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/1 /2 on water, reas.
Call (352) 746-5092 or
(352) 563-9594 for appt.
HOLDER 3/2/2
Spacious, Lg. fenced
yard, dog ok. Lo-
cated on horse farm
$1000/mo.
(352) 302-7303

RAINBOW LKS EST
2/1/1, CB, quiet area
$750/mo. 352-447-2849

Rentals COUNTYWIDEI
GREAT AMERICAN
REALTY
ALL PRICE RANGES!
Call:352-637-3800
or see ALL at
www choosegar.com


SUGARMILL WOODS
Spacious New Homej
4/2/2, Scn. lanai, DR)
Iwn care incl., No smok-
ing; Sm. pet okay. Ref.,
$975./ mo. Ready NOW,
(386) 569-6777 -
3/2 $199/mo HUD Home
5% down 20yrs at
8%apr. For listings call
800-366-9783 Ext 5704
BANK FORECLOSURE
5BR, $37,500. 2BR ',-
$12,800. For listingss,
800-366-9783 Ext 57-
5 BDRM HUD $32,0001
Only $254/mo! 5% dn.
20yrs. at 8%. For listings
800-366-9783 Ext 9845


CRYSTAL RIVER n'
2/1.5,Garb.,H20,cable,e
electric. $1,100/MO:--
(352) 527-0260
HOMOSASSA r,
Lg. 2/1, $225. wkly Bring-
Suitcase!! 352-628-7862
INVERNESS ',
Seasonal or long term. -
1/1, furn., scr. porch,
fenced yard. Util., basic
cable, waterfront -)'
community $165 wkly
(352) 344-4945
SUGARMILL WOORS
2/2/2 +Lanai,1600 sq.ft.
$1,100mo + util. Shrt or-
Ig term. (727) 804-9772
BANK FORECLOSURE -
5BR, $37,500. 2BR p
$12,800. For listings--
800-366-9783 Ext 5714
5 BDRM HUD $32,00.
Only $254/mol 5% dyE .
20yrs. at 8%. For listings-
800-366-9783 Ext 9845




w-BETTER THAN REND
or RENT TO OWN 3/%H
NO CREDIT CHECKfs
352-484-0866 -
lademission.com -
BEVERLY HILLS -
1/1, Nice & Clean
$500/ mo. Castro
Realty 352-341-4663o
-BEVERLY HILLS-
4/I /1+Carprt, FR, Fl. 0n
CHA, Fncd.Conv. AireJ
$625 (352) 746-370cj
BEVERLY HILLS
2 & 3 Bed. FIRST Mp,.
FREE! CHA, W/D ,
352-422-7794
BEVERLY HILLS
2/1 C/A, Nice/Clean
$700/mo 1st Mo. FREE-
TIKA Prop. 888-886-8452
BEVERLY HILLS',.
2/1, $600mo. + Secl
14 Taft (352) 697-1907'
BEVERLY HILLS -
2/1/1, CHA, Nice/CleanI
$600/mo. 28 N. Barbour
(352) 422-0546
BEVERLY HILLS
2/1/FI.Rm., $635mo.-. |
Sec. 20 N. Osceola
(352) 697-1907 ,
BEVERLY HILLS -
2/2/1 FR, CHA, new
kitch. Good Area $725
(352) 746-3700
BEVERLY HILLS
2/2/2, .,'
352-464-2514
CITRUS HILLS '
Brentwood Village.
2/2/2. New cond., In/2.
new kitch. apple. Lots'bf
tile! $900. Inc. Lawn
service, rubbish p/up-
water & sewer. No pets.
(352) 422-4086"
CITRUS HILLS
Pool, 671 Olympia 3/2/2
1 acre. $1175. 419-4090
CITRUS SPRINGS.
2 Weeks FREE Rent
If Qualify r
(352) 795-9123 ;,Z
Charlotte G RealtyI,
& Investment LLC '

CITRUS SPRINGSi
3/1, $725/mo --
INVERNESS 2/1/1 $700'
401-692-6966
CITRUS SPRINGS
3/2/2, CHA. $900 mo.-'-
Inc. Util. Ist/last/sed.
(352) 503-6049 si
CITRUS SPRING'SI
LEASE OPTION, Low,=.
Rent, Flexible Terms;-
(352) 361-6551

CITRUS SPRINGS
LEASE OPTION, Low
Rent, Flexible Termt
(352) 361-6551. k-
CITRUS SPRINGS-
New 3/2/2 Rent-to-Oeii
Low Down, Easy Terrrm'j
Danny (407) 227-2821
CITRUS SPRINGS
New! 3/2/2 Fireplace8,
2200sqft., Rent :
$1000mo Sale$200k
561-715-2882

CRYSTAL RIVER\
1/1 $600/Mo. '
Broker/Ownr 422-7925
CRYSTAL RIVER "
3/2 Clean, $800 mok -
352-795-6299 697-1240
CRYSTAL RIVER'..
Manufactured Home,
3/2, w/ bonus room
$725. mo. 1st + $500.
sec. no pets/smoking;
discount for Seniors
352-302-7073/212-266i
I


Forest Ridge Village
2/2/2 $825.00
Please Call for mor*,A
Info (352) 341-3330,,
or visit the web at:
citrusvllaaes
rentals.com


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CRYSTAL RIVER
1 & 2BR Furn. $600
+ Dep. (352) 563-9857





LANDMARK
REALTY

We have a
variety of rentals
ranging from $450
on up. Call for
more information.

Ask for Kathy
or Janet
352-726-9136
311 W Main St.
Inverness


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FLORAL CITY
2/1/cprt. laundry rm.
new point, $575/mo
Ist/lost/sec. 726-4285
HERNANDO
3/3 water access Some
pets allowed,
(352) 422-8656
HOMOSASSA
2/1 CHA, No pets $550.
1st& sec 352-628-4210
HOMOSASSA
4/2, newer CBS home,
move in cond., Ig. strg.
shed, ac. lot. avail 12/1,
$900. 352-628-3543
or 305-804-6168
HOMOSASSSA Duplexes
1/1 $400; 2/1 $525.
; Meadows 3/2/2
SHouses from $750;
S- RIVER LINKS REALTY
.628-1616/800-488-5184
INVERNESS
2 Large Homes on Golf-
Coarse 3/2/2s No pets
$500/mo (908) 322-6529
.INVERNESS
2/2, W/D included
.,very clean, close to
everything $650.mo. 1st,
ist, sec 352-344-8412
INVERNESS
2/2/2 Detached home,
RyalQOaks upgrades.
Club house/pool/jawn.
,:'serv. $800/mo. incl.
Cable & water. Avail
11/5 (949) 633-5633
INVERNESS
3/1, fenced yard,
F/L/S $700. mo.
(352) 586-8838
Inverness
3/1/1, fenced yd., tiled,
cent. vac. $650.mo.,1st
+,dep. ref. 352-344-2222
INVERNESS
,3/2, near Wal-mart &
Lowes, big fenced
back yard, $850 mo.
,or sell $149,900. Lease
9pt or seller fin. avail.
tMIke (813) 312-3753
INVERNESS
"/2/2, Lake Area. New
Int/ext paint $860. mo.
(352) 341-1142
INVERNESS
-Spotless 2/1/1 downtn.
$495 mo. 352-302-1193
-. LECANTO
-2/1 $650 F'd yd. Fish
Pond. 4 lots 628-7042
LECANTO
Black Diamond 3/2/2,
heated pool. S.S. appl.,
updated interior.
Neutral colors.
--Inc. cable. 1750 sf.
SAvail, now$1 ,500/mo.
(740) 398-9585
LECANTO
Spacious 3/2/1, / ac.
fncd, pets ok, $900 mo.
352-637-3484/476-6555
i N. Crystal River
-2/1, $650. mo., $650.
Dep. quiet country area
Nb Pets (352) 795-7205
PINE RIDGE
Country Livingi Unique
,2/2/crpt. Fam. Room,
newer appl.$900/mo.
(352) 746-3700



SMW 2/2/1 2, Spacious
-Atrium Villa, w/yard
care $795; 4/2/2 House,
like new, $1025;
RIVER LINKS REALTY
628-1616/800-488-5184




CRYSTAL RIVER
2/2 Furn,, floating dock,
sea-wall. Indian Waters
Loc. $1,600/mo.
Seasonal or Long Term.
(352) 628-0011
CRYSTAL RIVER
72/1 Canal Home, scrn
prch, fncd bkyrd, dock,
mint. Pets ok, 1st, Ist.
Sec. Avail Jan thru Apr.
'08. (352) 843-8437
CRYSTAL RIVER
-',Waterfront Rentals
2,3 & 4 Bedroom
$1200 $2100/Mo.
For Details Sam Latiff
r @ 352-422-7777
ERA Suncoast Realty
352-795-6811
INV./GOSPEL IS.
3/2 & 2/2 for rent.
Possible Lease Opt.
(954) 663-0405
UNFURNISHED HOUSES
CRYSTAL RVR. 4/2/2/2,
huge LR, Central Local
$1125; HISTORIC
[IOMOSASSA 3/1'2/
,carport, dock, $1050
RIVER LINKS REALTY
628-1616/800-488-5184
WATERFRONT APTS. 1/1
Rent includes water,
sewer & trash.lst mo.
& sec.. No.pets: Avail.
now. (352)563-5004
3/2/2 3 SISTERS AREA
Furn. w/pool tbl. Boat
slip, floating dock,
all util incl. $2,000/mo.
352-220,6631/258-6000




Bev. Hills/Citrus Springs
Several To Choose
Low down, Seller finan.
EZ Terms, 352-201-0658
CITRUS SPRINGS
New 3/2/2 Rent-to-Own
"ow Down., Easy Terms
Danny (407) 227-2821




INVERNESS
1/,, Prv. entrance, kit..
i bath, FP. Irg. Yd, utl. incl
'$400mo (352) 212-4151


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;CRYSTAL RIVER
/t1.5,Garb.,H20,cable,e
electric, $1,100/MO.
; (352) 527-0260
CRYSTAL RIVER
-2 I Coarlol H.r.me :,.rr,
[:r,:r, r..:'I t-.6 r,3 .3- ,-: .
mint, Pets ok, 1st, 1st.
Sec. Avail Jan thru Apr.
'08. (352) 843-8437
CRYSTAL RIVER
Seasonal 1/1.5
WaterFrnt @ Sawgrass
Landing, Pool, Sundeck
Dock, Nature, Furnished
$1000mo 352-564-0343
INVERNESS
,Seasonal or long term,
-1/1, furn., scr. porch,
Fenced yard. Util., basic
cable, waterfront
community $165 wkly
; (352) 344-4945
SUGARMILL WOODS
FURN. 3/2 POOL HOMES
S$1600 UP, tax
River Links Realty
628-1616/800-488-5184
S LG. HOME. SEAS 1
| Wkly/mthly. Furn/ I
Unfurn.Pool. All newll
352-302-1370
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Kings Bay Crystal River
Waterfront Rentals
Furn. 1/I Apt. Sleeps 4
$1000/mo. Include boat
slip. Avail, Jan/Mar/Apr
2008. 386-462-3486




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3.9% Listings
INVESTORS
RESIDENTIAL SALES
COMMERCIAL SALES
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LECANTO
3/2.5/2 with 30X50 Shop
on 9.7 Acre Farm across
from State Forest. $499k
6150 S Lecanto Hwy,
352-697-0022
























Prime to Hard Money,
Investment REHAB,.
Private, Lg Equip. loans.
Mark (352) 422-1284




HERNANDO
1.8 Ac (mol) GNC on
US-41 overlooking lake.
Great restaurant site.
26,000 trips per dayl Im-
pact fee credit for two
homes,$560k Financing..
Also 0:8 Ac (mol)
comm. crnr lot on US-41
Inverness City limits for
$200k 352-341-1230


3/2 CB House + Duplex
Crystal River. Great
shape. Steal @ $150KI
352-427-5574




$107,000/obo
1258 W. Bridge Drive
Corner lot, 1704 sq. ft.
excellent condition
Call for Info.
(352) 422-4824
3/2/2 +, 10x 12 mas.
BA, w/jetted tub, dual
vanities, whole house
stereo sys. & home
theater, Move in Cond.
$169,900. (352)615-9043
3/2/2, TILE & WOOD
FLOORS. Scrnd lanai
+ Ig. patio, lyr. old.
Avail Immediatelvi
$165K abo
(352) 302-2865
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PETERSON
Realtor, GRI

Your SATISFACTION

(352) 586-6921
or (352)795-9123
Charlotte G Realty
& Investments LLC
CRYSTAL GLENN 2,577sf.
Was $234,900/Ngfow
$1692001 Seller pays
$5K Closing Ron Egnot
1st Choice Coldwell
Bnkr. 352-287-9219




2/2/1 VILLA
New roof., tile, carpet
& paint, furn. or unfurn.,
$145,500
352-697-2061




Beautiful Move In
Condition Home, 3/2/2
den, pool, built In 2004
many upgrades,
Must see to appreciate
$325,000. (352)746-4240
FSBO 3/2/2 POOL HOME
Well,maintained, 2158sf
living! Reduced to
$272,000. www.
infotube.net #184194
More info 352-527-4225
1049 W Pearson St
Meadows Golf Course
3/2/2, Heated Pool. All
Upgraded Appl. Inc.
Lots of Tile. City Water
Membership Available.
$269K (352) 746-6831
Moving/Must sell
3/2 house/2 car
garage. 2147Sqft on 1
acre wooded lot
In Citrus Hills North.
$187,000 352-302-9209
352-302-9208


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Call Now for Great
Deals & Foreclosures

Deb Infantine
EXIT REALTY LEADERS
(352) 302-8046

CHARMING 2BR/2BATH
HIGHLANDS, corner lot,
circular driveway,
prequallifled only
Must See. $109.900
(352) 201-1663
GOSPEL ISLAND 3/2/1
Pool home on dbl. lot.
$139,900. Call Betty
Leonarczyk, Franklin
Real Estate Consultant
(352) 476-1099
HOME FOR SALE
On Your Lot, $110,900.
3/2/1 w/ Laundry
Atkinson Construction
352-637-4138
Lic.# CBC059685
INVERNESS
3/2, near Wal-mart &
Lowes, big fenced
back yrd, rent $850 mo.
or sale $149,900. Lease
opt or seller fin. avail.
Mike (813) 312-3753




2BR, 2BA, Condo
amenities $86,500.
Charlene Anderson
KELLER WILLIAMS
REALTY
352-270-3190

BETTY MORTON


BUILDER LIQUIDATION
Huge 4 BR. Red. Below
Bldr's Costl $182,990
Greg Younger,
Coldwell Banker Ist
Choice. (352)220-9188
CITRUS SPRINGS
New 3/2/2 Rent-to-Own
Low Down. Easy Terms
Danny (407) 227-2821
ILLNESS FORCES SALE
3/2/1, Scrnd. lanai,
fncd bck yrd. that
backs up to Citrus
Springs Golf Course.
$129,900 (352)489-1980
NEW CONSTRUCTION
Move In NOW $139,900
3/2/2,1900+ Total Sq/Ft.
Dave. (813) 966-1846
NEW CONSTRUCTION
Move In NOW $139,900
3/2/2,1900+ Total Sq/Ft.
Dave. (813) 966-1846
NEW HOME 3/2/2
1,527 living, 2,078
under roof. $155,000
352-400-0230




3/2/3 POOL, 1 ACRE
Den, DR, Scrnd. Lanai/
Pool. Eat-In Corian
Kitchen. Many Extras!
Immaculate Home!
$329K (352)746-4759
4/3 pool home on 1.25
acres. Make Offerl Must
Sell! 5248 N BRONCO
$269,900(352) 634-2375
ABSOLUTE SACRIFICE
New 4/3/3 Pool Home,
2740 sf. under AC,
Serious buyers only
$349,900 obo
(352) 746-6161
BETTY MORTON









Lic. Real Estate Agent
20 Years Experience
2.8 %
Commission

R65lt lect

(352) 795-1555







'88 CB, PRICED TO SELLI
$114K, 3362 N. Sunrose
Path MLS #320662
T. Paduano C21 JW
Morton (352) 212-1446
all new$89,900.
2/l/Carport, w/Fam
Rm,1240 SF Uv. New
roof. AC, kit. Appl.,
bath, carpet, paint, tile
100% fln. available
agents ok (3%)
(352) 464-2160
Beautifully Remodeled
Pool Home, Like New!
3/2/2 split fir plan.
1730sf, Scrnm. lanai
w/heated self cleaning
pool on dbl. lot.
$179,900. FSBO
(352) 476-2080
BETTER THAN RENT
or RENT TO OWN 3/2/1
NO CREDIT CHECKII
352-484-0866
jademission.com
























4/2/1 BRICK HOME
New metal roof, Insul.
windows, carpet, tie,
fncd. back y.D
Gre, atLck ation


'05 BEAUTY on 2.33 AC.
4149 E. Shorewood Dr.
2241 LvSF, 3/3.5/3+More
$299K, MLS#308410
T. Paduano C21 JW
Morton (352) 212-1446
$103,000/obo
6421 N. Iris Drive
Fenced lot 240 x 120,
1356 sf new kit., bath
& flooring Call for Info.
(352) 422-4824
BY OWNER
Priced to Sell
3319 E. Axleford Ct.
Canterbury Lakes
Estates





Adorable 2/2 Cottg.
Col-del-sac near
Ralls-too-Trails
updated appl. tile
floors/cntrs. Perfect
1st or retrmnt home.
MUST SEE! buyer in-
centives $179,900
352-637-2847
352-400-0568

Forrest Lake North
Newer 11g. BR/1BA,
1000 sqf., 1 Ac. Fenced,
12 X 24 Shed w/Elec.
110 X 220 V. Very Good
Cond. $99K Must Seel
(352) 344-5448
THANKSGIVING
SPECIAL!!
SPOTLESS 2 BDRM. 2BA
HOME 2 car gar, caged
in-ground pool, situated
on 2.5 ac, landscaped
estate. Fenced for
horses & spotted w/
mature oaks. Everything
new. If you are looking
this is a must seel
REDUCED TODAY $20K
Now Asking S249K
Contact D Crawford for
details. (352) 212-7613




0 DOWN TO BUYII
$720/mo. + taxes &
insurance. 3/2/2
located in Highlands
Large home, very clean
Needs nothing.
(352) 601-5600
12 x 24' Workshop
3 Yr. Old Ranch
3/2/2, Split floor plan
1/2 Acre, Many extras
Asking $183,900.
Call (352) 341-0675
2/2/2, Less than 10 min.
to Shopping w/ over
1400 sq. ft., of llv. space
& oversized 2 Car gar.
Ready to Move in
$109,000, 804 Oak St.
$26K Below Appraisal
2/2/1, fenced yard,
A/C & roof lyr old.
$89,000. 302 Edison
(352) 344-2752 or
400-2476
3/2/2 Brick Finish
Family Rm, Linal
Must See, $174,500
Reduced $167,900
104 Lilac Lane, Wanda
Pursor 352-212-2702 RLT
Beautiful Neighborhood
3/2/2 New roof, FP, tile,
25X25 LR, Immac. cond.
Corner lot. 2100SF.
$159,000 352-586-7685.
Close To Stores
BETTY MORTON


Own a Piece of Old Fla.
Fully restored 1946
Craftsmen Cottagell
3/1 on .33 ac. ALL NEW
Great location, must
seel $149,900. Appraslal
$160K, all reasonable
offers considered.
Ron 352-212-1791




Deal Of The Century
New 4/3/3, plus pool,
3238 sf, corner, Granite,
stainless, brick pavers,
excel. financing avail.
$399,900. (352)835-3260
LOST JOBI MUST SELL
New 4/3/3 + Bonus Rm.
Pool home in Golf
Course Community.
Gourmet Kitch., SS.,
Granite, Many
Upgrades Easy
commute to Tampa.
Under appraised value
@$399K OBO
(813) 967-7192
SELLING YOUR HOME?
TIME FOR A CHANGE?
YOU HAVE A CHOICE
A BETTER CHOICE
Our New Office is
strategically Located
Outside the Entrance
to Sugarmill so as to
Bring To You Buyersl


Call C.R. Bankson
Listing & Selling Agent
(352) 464-1136
RE/MAX REALTY ONE
Office (352) 628-7800



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3/2/2 ON 1 ACRE
In Seven Rivers Golf
Community. Tastefully
upgraded w/new roof,
AC & screened lanal.
Move-In Cond. $172K
(352) 795-6151
3/2/2 NEW S.S.
Kitchen Appliances
Fencd. w/dog run. Strg.
Bldg. $215K. Fl. Realty &
Auction. Michael Harris
(352) 563-0199
4/2/2, 2100 SF.$139,900
Beautifully remodeled.
New oak cabs, wood
floors, timberline roof,
fireplace, 2 min. from
water. (352) 688-8040


3/2 $199/mo HUD Home
5% down 20yrs at
8%apr. For listings call
800-366-9783 Ext 5704
BANK FORECLOSURE
5BR, $37,500. 2BR
$12,800. For listings
800-366-9783 Ext 5714
5 BDRM HUD $32,0001
Only $254/mol 5% dwn.
20yrs. at 8%. For listings
800-366-9783 Ext 9845




Marco Polo Village
3/2/2 Newly Built scrn'd
in Linal w/A/C 25'x20',
Newly Insti'd Well, Sits
on 1/2 acre. $239k
Sam 516-426-3782
Marco Polo Village
NEW REDUCED PRICE
3/2/2 approx 180sqft
Newly Built scrn'd In
Linal w/A/C 25'x20',
Newly Instl'd Well, Sits
on 1/2 acre. $230k
Sam 407-403-5966/
516-426-3782
10764 SW 53rd Circ
Ocala, Fl 34476
OCALA WATERWAYS
new 4/3/2+Den, 1/2
acre, luxury upgrades
2900sqft. Best Price in
Area $259k Owner
(305) 790-3461
BANK FORECLOSURE
5BR, $37,500. 2BR
$12,800. For listings
800-366-9783 Ext 5714
5 BDRM HUD $32,0001
Only $254/mol 5% dwn.
20yrs. at 8%. For listings
800-366-9783 Ext 9845




3/2 $199/mo HUD Home
5% down 20yrs at
8%apr. For listings call
800-366-9783 Ext 5704
BANK FORECLOSURE
5BR, $37,500. 2BR
$12,800. For listings
800-366-9783 Ext 5714
5 BDRM HUD $32,0001
Only $254/mol 5% dwn.
20yrs. at 8%. For listings
800-366-9783 Ext 9845




3/2 $199/mo HUD Home
5% down 20yrs at
8%apr. For listings call
800-366-9783 Ext 5704
BANK FORECLOSURE
SBR, $37,500. 2BR
$12,800. For listings
800-366-9783 Ext 5714
5 BDRM HUD $32,0001
Only $254/mol 5% dwn.
20yrs. at 8%. For listings
800-366-9783 Ext 9845




Gorgeous luxury Condo
"Casa Rio", spectacular
view of "Kings Bay"
$442K Harley Hough,
EXIT Realty Leaders
352-400-0051
INVERNESS 2/2 TH.
Recently remod. All
apple. Tiled scrnd rm.
Comm. pool, dock &
tennis. $155K.
352-237-7436/812-3213
Lakefront Townhouse
Condo 2BR/2BA,
master suite W*D, all
appliances Pritchard
Island inverness
$129,000 (352) 697-2077







$$CASH$$
Immediate Cash
for Structured
Settlements, Annuities,
Lawsuits, Inheritances,
Mortgage Notes &
Cash Flows. J.G.
Wentworth #1
(800)794-7310.Fcan


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HOME FOR SALE
On Your Lot, $110,900.
3/2/1 w/ Laundry
Atkinson Construction
352-637-4138
Lic.# CBC059685
MUST SELL MOVING
10 Acres Mini Forms
3/2 '97 DW, 1746 sf,
Fncd. & Crossed Fncd.
$229,900 /CASH TALKS
352-563-0830 Iv. mess.
PALM HARBOR
4/2 Tile floor, Energy
Pkg., Deluxe! Loaded
Over 2,200 sq. ft.!!
30th Anniversary Sale
Special/! Save S15KII-
Call for Free Color
Brochures 800-622-2832
VIC MCDONALD
(352) 637-6200









Realtor
My Goal Is Satisfied
Customers

REALTY ONE I
Outstanding Agents
OnIstndingi Results

3/2 $199/mo HUD Home
5% down 20yrs at
8%apr. For listings call
800-366-9783 Ext 5704
BANK FORECLOSURE
5BR, $37,500. 2BR
$12,800. For listings
800-366-9783 Ext 5714
5 BDRM HUD $32,0001
Only $254/mol 5% dwn.
20yrs. at 8%, For listings
800-366-9783 Ext 9845
MR CITRUS
COUNTY REALTY


Plantation Realty. Inc.
(352) 795-0784
Cell 422-7926
Lisa VanDeboe
Broker (R)/Owner
See all of the listings
in Citrus County at
www.plantatlon
realtvinc.com


* I BUY HOUSES *
ANY CONDITION
(352) 503-3245

1-15 HOUSES WANTED
Cash or Terms
John (352) 228-7523
www.FastFloridaHouse

WE BUY HOUSES
Ca h ........Fast 1
352-637-2973
1homesold com




INVERNESS
1/3+acres 1 block from
lake, corner lot. $37k
Bloomfield Dr. East.
(352) 344-4787




5 Wooded Acres
Downtown FloraL City.
1/2 Commercigl, 1/2
MDR$160k720-244-4461
10038 W. Caledonia
Street Homosassa, FL
5 Vacant Lots each
75' X 100', Lots 2, 3,4,
5 & 6 or .86 acre Price
$13,900 or make offer
Call (850) 402-8015
3/2 SW on Two 2 AC
Lots. Scm porch.
By Owner $44,500/obo
1592 S Lookout Pt
2 blocks off US19
352-503-4142

FARMS
&
WATER FRONT


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www.crossland
realtycom
Crossland
Realty Inc.
Since 1989
(352) 726-6644

LOOK NO FURTHER
Great lot @ a Great $1
80' X 120' Inv. Highlands
Only $15KI MLS #320324
T. Paduano C21 JW
Morton (352) 212-1446
Lot For Sale
9671 N. Sherman Dr.
Citrus Springs, FL
Vacant Lot 100' X 150'
Price $ 62,000 or make
offer Call (850)402-8015


CLASSIFIED


N.C. Mtn. Cabin & River
New Log Cabin Shell,
on Secluded Mtn.
$99,900. Acreage on
Scenic River, Access
Lots. $39,900, Riverfront
$99,900. 828-652-8700
WATERFRONT
LIQUIDATION
Waterfront community
in the Smoky Mts. / E.
Tennessee. Due to
divorce/ Retirement,
developer Must
Liquidate. All
Reasonable Written
Offers considered.
Ltd Availability
(877)250-5263
Fcan


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ALUM. JON BOAT
16' W/tilr. 50 hp.
Evinrude. Power lift.
Many extras $2,200
(352) 726-0559
Aluminum Boat
'04, 16 ft, Semi V, 25
elec. start mercy. mrtr,
gal trir., biminl top, boat
& mtr cover, low hrs.
$3,200. (352) 522-0467
BASS BOAT
'90 20' Ranger391 w/'00
200hp Johnson, Babied
Many extras $11,900
239-470-5567
BASS/BAY BOAT
Welded Alum.
'00 Skeeter SX 18, 90hp
Yamaha, Tril, New 24v
trolling motor, New
Garmin Fish/Depth,
New Batt Chrgr. Live
Well, lots of storage,
SS Prop. $8750obo
(352) 419-4009
CITATION
'86, 19' Cuddy Cabin.
4.3 L Merc. I/O, Canvas
cover, G76 GPS, Depth
Finder, VHF, C.G. Acc.,
Alum S/A Trir. $5,450obo
(352) 563-2587
CLEARANCE SALE
New Galv. pontoon
trailers, 18FT $1,499.
20FT $1,549 22-24FT
$2,199 While they last
Other models avall.
Call for bargains
352-527-3555
COBIA
1986 15'6"CC V-hull
Trolling mtr. only. Incl
trlr. $800. (352) 476-8824
DURACRAFT
15' 6hp Yamaha, Low
Hours, Wesco Trlr, 2
swvl fishing seats. $1895
352-634-3679/628-5419
EXCEL BOWRIDER
21' 1994, 4.3L, V-6, Merc
Cruiser In/Out, seats 8,
$2,000, needs some
work. (352) 795-7617
GRADY WHITE 22'
Cuddy, 200hp Evnrd, SS
prop, New BimInl, Alum.
Trir, New tires $8.000
(352) 447-1244


HURRICANE
DECK BOATS
SWEETWATER
PONTOONS
CRYSTAL RIVER
MARINE
(352) 795-2597
JON BOAT
12' 6 HP motor w/traller.
Make offer on $1200.
Call Bob (352) 637-5433
JON-BOAT
(Sea Nymph) '93 12ft.
Alum. V-Haul, 7.5
Evenrude/Johnson Trir,
New trolling Motor/Baft.
2 Swvl sts, rod mnts &
anchor runs great
$1200 (352) 726-1076
KAYAK
Old Town Adventurer
13,9" w/rutter
Used 1 time $600
(352) 637-1792
MAKO
23' 1977, 225HP Evln.'89
Electronics, T-Top,
trim tab, $5,000.
352-634-0684
MULLETT BOAT
15' Saltwater Products
ULcense W/ Restricted
Species. New/Used
Motor, New Cables, 2
cast nets, Boat & Biz
$3500obo or trade
813-417-2895


LarestSelecioni
the State-BestDeals
Anywhere!u~B^^


GULiF TOLAKEMARlINE


Well w/ new pump,
septic, power pole.
$25K obo (813)792-1355




BEST DEAL ON WATER
Halls River, 1 WF Lot,
120x 100, can be
subdivided, deep
canal. Parklike setting.
Cleared & ready to
build. $179,900.
Owner/agent
(352) 302-2300
HOMOSASSA RIVERFRNT
Fresh Water, Idle Zone
Faces Monkey Island
prvt gtd $209K. All Util.
813-695-7787 cell




ALU 20' Pontoons (2)
24" tall, like new, dock
or replace, $850/both
obo. 352-634-0684
PONTOON BOAT
TRAILER
Tandem axle, adj., 13"
tires, galv., 21 ft. 31 ft..
$1,200. (352) 447-0572
SHORE UNE BOAT
TRAILER, 22', 5 rollers,
Dbl Axle, $8500BO
(352) 563-6428




2 YAMAHA
WAVE RUNNERS, 2000,
GP760, w/trailler,
$5,200/both.
(352) 257-1355
JETSKIs
SEADOO(2) GTI SE '07
130hp, Intercooled,
4mo. old, grg kept ,only
16hrs, seats 3, dbl trir,
3yr wrty. & mnt con-
tract, pd $26k asking
$18k (352) 341-3188
KAYAK
14" Merlin
w/seat(inside) &
paddle $375obo
(352) 726-0579
SEADOO
'95, XP and SP, w/ trail-
ers run great w/new gel
batt. $1300 or $2,500
both (202) 536-8790
WAVERUNNERS
SEA-DOOs(3) '96 '98,'00
new trailers 2w/ new
engines, need
clean-up and tuning.
"Empty my Garage"
$2500/Trade Cryst. RIv
(352) 795-7876


'01 CONDOR
R-VISION model 1350,
35', Chevy W.H. chassis,
7.4(454 c..) 20K m,
non-smoker, 2 slides.
hyd. levelers, bk-up
cam, Onan 5500 gen.
Must see! $34,900. Call
352-447-3078 for Info.
ALLEGRO
'00, 32ft, 454 Chevy, 35k
ml., 5.5 Onan gen,
AC/Ht Pump, leveling
jacks, back up camera,
non smoker, excel.
cond. $28,000 obo
(352) 344-4579
(352) 476-4184
AUTO, RV & TRUCK
SERVICE CENTER
COMO RV&TRUCK
Hwy. 44-W. Inverness
(352) 344-1411

BUY SELL TRADE
CONSIGN AT
COMO RV
Hwy. 44-Inverness
(352) 344-1411
Hwy. 19 Homosassa
(352) 628-1411
Coachman
'97, Catalina, 34ft. class
A, Diesel Pusher, 4 spd.
trans., leveling Jacks,
7.0 KW Onan Gas Gen.
$26K (352) 302-1419


ER 20, 2007 11C


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TUESDAY, NOVEMB




10 ACRES, Inglls Fronting Nature Coast Marine
US 19, 10 wooded New, Used &
parcels. Owner Brokerage
fln.w/30% dn.$109K We Pay Cash for
Sharon Levins. Rhema Clean Used Boats
Realty (352) 228-1301 www.BoatSuper
= Center.com
352 794-0094
c=)fo Sle rll-----
Nature Coast Marine
2 CITRUS HILLS AREA 2.5 Sales & Service I
ac. wooded lots. Asking Present this Ad for
$65K each. Still great 10% Off on all I
Investment, make offer Parts,& Service |
Crawford Group 1590 US 19,
(352) 212-7613 Homosassa
LECANTO 7 Acre + 352-794-0094
LECANTO 1/2 Acre + L Jl


ml., V6, 3.8 L, Auto
$6600 (352) 503-5356
BUICK
1990, 73K, 2nd owner
4 cyl. Needs paint & air
Runs good. $700
(352) 465-2537
CADILLAC
'95 SLS, 85K, White/
saddle. Great Cond.I
Below book. $3,975
(352) 220-1634
CADILLAC
'97 Sedan Deville,
signature series, 25mpg,
north star, beautiful
dependable 90k ml.
$4,200. (352) 795-7876
CADILLAC
CTS 2004, 3.6L, Luxury
pkg. 35,700 mi. Fact.
warranty. $21;700
(352) 341-6991


2/2/1 FURNISHED
11874 W Sunnybrook Ct
Crystal River. $299,000
(352) 795-1990 or
(352) 232-1176
BETTY MORTON


BONNIE PETERSON
Realtor, GRI

Your SATISFACTION

(352) 586-6921
or (352)795-9123
Charlotte G Realty
& Investments LLC
GOLF COMMUNITY
3/2/2 ON I ACRE
Crystal Paradise Est.
Move-in ready. $205K.
View @ owners.com/
ADP2303 (877)769-6377
Open House Sat's 10-4




3/2 SW on Two 12 AC
Lots. Scrn porch.
By Owner $44,500/obo
1592 S Lookout Pt
2 blocks off US19


PLAYTIME Pontoon
'89,60 hp Mariner,
Alum. Rf., Runs Good.
No trailer. $2A400
352-795-2053/634-1378
PONTOON BOAT
'05 Benltey 20' New
Bigfoot 50hp Mercury
4Strk, W/Trlr Exc Cond.
$10K (352) 220-6315
PONTOON BOAT
18FT 40HP Yamaha, PT
'92, like new cond.,
large pontoons, $2,700.
Will deliver 637-3983
PONTOON BOAT
'98 Lowe, 18', 25 hp.
Johnson, w/trlr. Good
Cond. Extras. $4,600
352-382-5814/586-0277
PONTOON
Sylvan 20' Yamaha T50
TLRC Engine Uke New
40hrs. Playpen Cover
port-o-potty, extras
$14,900 (352) 628-0281
PRO LINE SPORT
30' '01 Center Console
twin 225 Mercury
Opt max 650hrs. Radar,
Chartpltr, Depthflider,
Windlas, many extras
Triple axel trir. $65k obo
352-302-0468
Proline
'02 26' Sport, 225
Yamaha 4 strk, tri axle
trir, Must Sell! make
offer$35k 239-470-5567
PROLINE
'03 Sport 30, Immac,
32'6" CC AC cabin un-
der, Merc's 225 150hrs.
All electronics, 2000 KW
Gen, loaded, w/traller,
$68,000 (352) 201-1833
SAILBOAT.
14' Laser, Complete
$1000 obo
352-422-5766
SEA FOX
'03 21.5' Bay Boat
140hp Suzuki 4Stroke,
Alum. TRLR, Many xtrasl
$15,900 352-274-3164
SEA HAWK
16' Remote cont. spot
lights & canopy. 70HP
Johnson, Magic tilt trir.
$4000/obo 352-302-9956
Sea Pro
'01, 18 ft., CC, 90 merc.,
salt water, GPS, Sonar,
741b trolling mtr, gal tri
all the extras, $10,500.
352 341-4023
SEA PRO
'98, 18' CC, FF Jack
plate, 90hp Evinrude
Magic Tilt Trir Exc cond.
'$6,500 352-302-9336
SEARAY
'03, 185 Bowrider w/trlr.
18', 35 hrs., Gar. kept.
220 hp. Many opts.
$16,500 (352) 270-3176
SEARAY
'87, Express, 34ft, recent
canvas & upholstery
twin new 454 Merc.
cruisers, $18,000.
(352) 637-3290
SHALLOW SPORT
&
PANGA BOATS
IN STOCK
@



THREE RIVERS
MARINE
(352) 563-5510
SUNDANCE '97
19' like Carolina skiff
90HP Evinrude Nicel
Call for details $4,600
352-726-0939
TRIUMPH
'07 17'CC, 75HP Yam. 4
strk, Bimini, Lowrance
GPS, am/fm CD, VHS,
Mint. $18K 352-634-0684
TRIUMPH
19', '02,115 Merc., 4
strk., CC, radio, Depth
Finder, Livewell, Trolling
mtr., bimlni, gal. trir.
$10,000
(352) 341-0858
Wanted: Boats in Need
of Repair, also motors
and trailers, Cash Paid
(352) 212-6497
WELLCRAFT
1987, 250 Sportsman,
25', Gas eng., 30" draft,
350 hp I/O, alum. trlr.
$9,000(352) 344-9651
Yamaha
'98, 30HP, tiller handle,
low hours. $1300. 225V
Campbell Hauser
Welder, never used.
$150 (352) 476-8824
20' HURRICANE DECK
Boat, 1 10HP w/traller.
Looks/runs great, $2800
(352) 795-4770


Lic. Real Estate Agent
20 Years Experience
2.8 %
Commission

RejdtI-ect

(352) 795-1555

CHAIN OF LAKES 2 BR
carpeted, 2 Tiled Baths
Lanai, Liv. Rm. hrdwood
Firs. vaulted ceilings &
FP, 24 x 24 garage, Ig.
boat dock w/ electric
lift & boat slip, Cen H.
Pmp & Air, All appl's
4 yrs. old 180K
(352)465-3674
FSBO FLORAL CITY
2 UNIQUE HOUSES
1 w/ingr. pool. Adj. lots,
recent custom ren.
Buy 1 or both. DRASTIC
,REDUCTION FOR CASH
SALEIL 352-586-9498
INVERNESS 2/2 TH.
Recently remod. All
apple. Tiled scrnd rm.
Comm. pool, dock &
tennis. $155K.
352-237-7436/812-3213
LAKEFRONT BEAUTY
$290K Updated 3 -Bed.
New Metal Roof Private
3/4 acres- $$ Under
Appraisal $$ Owner/
Agent (352)302-8046

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GUIDE YOUI


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Everywhere!


DAMON 32', 1992
454 Chevy eng, 27K, 2
ACs, queen bed.Non
Smoking, No pets, Lots
of extras & Exc. Condl
$18,500 (352) 527-8247
DODGE
1978, Class B, fiberglass
motor home, sleeps 2,
great cond. Inside/out,
2,500. (352) 344-5135
EUROCOACH
1990 38', Diesel pusher,
128K mi. 7.5KW, Gen,
$1500 warr. $29,500.
(352) 564-8024
FLEETWOOD
'93 Coranado 34' 40k ml
Great Cond. 2 A/Cs,
qUn bed, good tires 454
eng. $18k Homosassa
(906) 630-2684 cell
FOUR WINDS 31'
'04, Slide out, levellers,
backup cam, V-10 Ford
No smk/Pets. LoadedI
$40K (352) 422-7794
GEORGIE BOY
'04, Pursuit, Class A, 30ft.
Excel. cond. 8k mi.,
2 slide outs, 2 TV's, back
up camera, all the bells
and whistles and much
more, must see this
coach, Asking $56900.
obo (352) 746-7626
GULF STREAM '04
Ford BT Cruiser, 28' Tow
pkg. 13K mi 1 slide, walk
arnd qn. bd. very clean
$38,500 (352) 344-5634
RV & AUTO
BODY SHOP
COMO RV&TRUCK
Hwy. 44-W. Inverness
(352) 344-1411
SHASTA
'86, 35 ft. 5th Wheel,
all new, AC & Ht., Must
Seel Will trade for Boat
$3,500. (352) 257-1575
SOUTHWIND
'03, Class A, 35ft. Low
mi., lots of extras, w/
car trir. $87,900. obo
(352) 522-8161
WINNEBAGO
'96 Itasca Suncruiser,
34', 1 slide. Exc. Cond..
17K Miles $25,500
(352) 465-3203 After 5




CLEARVUE
'07 33ft park model,
1 slide-out, barely
used,MUSTSELLI
$18.5kobo352-613-2477
I BUY RV'S
Travel Trailers, 5th
wheels, MH. Call Glenn
(352) 302-0778
KEYSTONE
'01, Cougar. 27.8ft,
5th wheel, super slide,
ducted air, 6 awnings
$12,350. (352) 637-2735
Montana 5th WhI
'00 37', 3 slides, W/D,
storage, qn bed, split
bath, 2 recliners,2 tvs,
new awning, $17,900
352-382-7913/212-4235
OPEN ROAD
36', '03, 5thWhi, Islnd kit.,
3 slides. No pets/smkng.
Used & pulled very little.
$21,500 (352) 563-9835
PROWLER
26' Fifth Wheel, Very
good cond. $5500.
(352) 228-9180
PROWLER
'98, 5th Wheel, 31'., 2
slides, front liv. rm. Super
clean! No smoker/pets.
Located In Homosassa.
Can deliver $10,700.
(423) 782-6813




2005 FACTORYTORD
F-250 18" Wheels w/
275/70/R18 Tires $400;
DIAMOND PLATE
TOOL BOX $50
(352) 302-0386
CHROME WHEELS
& Tires 18" (Giovanna)
p255/45 zr18 $450obo
352-527-1812/302-9498
TAIL GATE
'02 Chevy in good
shape $150
(352) 726-0579
TRUNK MOUNT
CD CHANGER
For later model
Mercedes Benz. $150
(352) 527-1098





TOP DOLLAR
S For Junk Cars
$(352)201-1052 $
CASH BUYER-No Junk
for Trucks, Vans & Cars
Larry's Auto Sales
Hwy 19S. Crystal River
Since 1973 564-8333
*FREE REMOVAL OF.
ATV's, bikes, cars, jet skis
mowers, golf carts. We
sell ATV parts 628-2084
$ $ CASH PAID $ $
Junk Cars, Trucks, Vans
No Title OK, Call J.W.
(352) 228-9645




AUTO, RV & TRUCK
SERVICE CENTER
COMO RV&TRUCK
Hwy. 44-W. Inverness
(352)344-1411

AUTOMOBILE*
Tax Deductible
Maritime Ministries
43 year old
Non-reporting
50I-C-3 Charity.
(352) 795-9621
Tax Deductible *






BUICK
'01, Regal, LS Sedan,
4 DR, Leather int., 51k
















CHEVROLET
1987 Chevette CS,
auto., ice cold AC,
under 90K mi., looks &
runs fantastic, Over 30
mpg, $1,250. 860-2347
CHEVROLET
Corvette Stingray '77
T-tops, Red, 130k ml.
Runs Great, $8000
(352) 464-4398
Chevrolet
Tahoe '99 4x4, New tires
& brakes loaded, great
mech. cond. $6900obo
352-249-4488/400-0090
CHEVY
'00, Carmaro, great
shape, V6, dark green
$4,000. obo
(352) 422-1470
CHEVY
'96 Beretta, 2 dr. Red.
Auto, LOADED! Cold AC
Exc. Cond. $2,500
(352) 503-6020
CHEVY
IROC-Z28 '86
.70k ml. runs great, 5
spd, $3.000obo
352-220-3446
CHEVY
MALIBU, '04 Maxx LX,
1 owner, Immac, 40K
$9900/obo
(352) 382-1617
DODGE
2002 Stratus, exc.
cond., cold air, new ti-
res, $4,000
(352)344-1521
Dodge
Intrepid '98 4Dr, V6,
27mpg, 90k mi. Auto,
Dependable, pwr eve-
rything, cold a/c $2500
727-207-1619
Homosassa
DODGE
Neon '05 Auto. A/C,
AM/FM/CD pwr all exc.
cond. 49k ml. $8,900
(352) 382-3917
FORD
1990 Taurus. 4 dr., V-6,
Auto, AC, CD, 67K orig.
mi. new tires. Sr. owned.
Garaged. Exc. Cond.
$2,400 (352) 249-8059
FORD
'93 Taurus GL Station
Wagon, Loaded! $2,900
OBO (352) 563-1181
(813) 244-3945
FORD
'94, Taurus,
$1,500. obo
(352) 503-3838
FORD ESCORT
'97 Runs & looks great!
ICE COLD AIR! 153K
(mostly Hwy) miles $995
obo (352) 584-2464
FORD
Taurus '95 35k actual mi.
Grg kept Like new, fully
Id'd, new tires new batt.
$2800 352-220-4060
INFINITY G35 '06
Coupe, 12K mi, Blue/
creme, beautiful &
perfect! $29,800
(352) 860-1239
LINCOLN
'93 Cartier T.C., 4 dr.
Clean! Must Sell Moving
$1,800 CASH OBO
(352) 563-5215 L.Mess.
LINCOLN
'98 Continental, V8,
Auto, 20mpg, 1 owner
grg kept,NewTire/brake
$3,900 352-697-0889
LINCOLN
'99 Continental, 91 k org.
mi. BEAUTIFUL CARl All
power, custom canvas
top, leather, air ride sus-
pension, & well taken
care of. $5,600. Call
Bob 352-257-1669
MERCEDES
'83, 380SL, 93k mi.,
maroon, 2 tops, new
canvas top & tires
$8,500. (352) 746-5229

I MERCEDES1
'87, 560 SL, 126K,
White, Both
tops,
REDUCED $9,999
352-586-6805/
382-1204





MERCURY
'80, XR7 Cougar,
75k org. mi.,
good cond. 1 own.,
$1,500. (352) 344-4870
MERCURY
'95, Grand Marquis. Exc.
Cond. Clean! Silver.
$2,500 (352) 302-2375
MERCURY
'96, Cougar, V6, green,
new AC, premium
sound, 120k mi., 16" tires
clean $2,800. obo
(352) 302-4518
RV & AUTO
BODY SHOP
COMO RV&TRUCK
Hwy. 44-W. Inverness
(352)344-1411

SSEABRING
S'04,Convertlble I
fun in the Sun I
S Only $10,988
1-866-838-4376

SUBARU -
i '04,Emprezza WRX i
S Must See I
* and Only $15,988
1-866-838-4376
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r TOYOTA
S'00, Echo, auto, air, I
i save gas and money |i
I at $5,995. |
1-866-838-4376

r TOYOTA
S'03, Corolla, auto,
i AC great on gas i
only $8,995.. i
1-866-838-4376
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '94,
Exc. Cond. Grgd. Mntc.
Rcds.,MUST SACRIFICE
$2,800 (352) 422-5685
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3VEMBER 20 2007




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




Cadillac
Brougham '72 runs
good needs TLC $4500
352-249-8010
CHEVY
Camaro Z28 '82 Com-
plely restored, invested
$16k ask $6000obo
352-586-0368
CHRYSLER
La Baron TC '89
Clsc Convtbl 2 tops low
miles$4500352-746-2216
DODGE
1965 Dart 440 6pack,
500 HP, auto trans.
Tubbed rear, way too
much to list, $13,500.
Must seel Will trade
(603) 860-6660
FORD
Super Charged '89
Thunderbird 3.8, 5 spd.,
showcar. $10 OK or trade
for land? (352)542-9393
MERCEDES 1984
380SL, 69K orig. mi. 2
tops w/stand, garage
kept. $9,900
(352) 302-5698
Volkswagon
Super Beetle Conv. '78


CHEVROLET
'01, Sllverado 1500,
runs great 180k mi.,
work truck, $3,000.
obo (352) 795-6336
CHEVY
'05, Sllverado, 1500LT,
ext. cab, 5.3L, V8, all
premium equip. 19k ml.
one owner, like new
$18,900. (352) 527-2279
CHEVY
1500 Ext Cab '96 step
side conversion V8,
radar, chrome rims,
power window/ locks,
run/looks good $4k
(352) 465-9381
CHEVY
Sliverado '02. 2500HD,
4dr. tinted windows,
tow pkg. Exc. cond.
$13,500. 352-302-9336
CHEVY
Silverado 2500 '94
162k mi. new tires dual
batt. TRLR Pkg.
$3000obo 352-628-1208
DODGE .
'02, Dakota Quad Cab,
SLT, tonneau, full pwr.
tilt whi. alarm, 42k mi.
$11,000. (352) 382-1230
DODGE
'98 Ram 1500, 4WD Ext.
Cab, V-8, topper. 100K.
1 owner. Well maint'd.
$5,990 (352) 302-5698
DODGE
Ram 3500 '00 Dually,
Cummins Turbo Dies.
5Spd, Leather 170k mi
$10,500 (352) 527-9303

FORD
'04, Super crew,
Chrome wheels only i
S $18,988.
L 1-866-838-4376 L

FORD
'76 F-100 P-Up. 302 V-8,
Auto, Pwr. String. All
orig. Low mis. $2,000.
obo (352) 400-0191
FORD
F-150 1985
5000 miles on motor
4WD, lifted. $2,000
352-302-6377
FORD
F-150 '96. Asking $2195.
obo (352) 382-3525
FORD
Ranger XLT '01 4whl Dr.
Stp Side, pwr all, 60k ml
MANY EXTRAS $10k firm
(352) 489-4177

MAZDA
1995, B2300, 5spd
$2,250 Runs great,
teal,(352) 422-7056

NISSAN
I '04,Frontier KC, pwr. I
l windows locks I
S nly $10,988. I
1-866-838-4376 L

TOYOTA
'06 Tacoma
4 Cyl, Auto, 41k, Exc.
Cond, 7yr. 100k Wrty
$11,900 (352) 697-1200




CHEVY
92' S-10 Blazer 4.3 V-6,
4 Dr, A/C 150K mi, Runs
good.$1,250 Firm
352-628-4716
CHEVY
'92, Tahoe, Blazer. 4 dr.
Runs Good. $1,100
(352) 476-4568
CHEVY
'93, Tahoe Blazer, new
motor, many other new
parts, new AC, $2,500.
(352) 422-6101
CR 250R
'03, Excel. cond. $1,000.
new parts still in box.
FMF Pipes, $2,000. ready
to ride (352) 422-6101
DODGE DURANGO
1999, 4x4, 80K mi.,
loaded, dual air &
exhaust, exc. cond.
$7,400 (352) 344-0505

r HUMMER H2 1
I '04, Navi, chrome, I
Attention getter,
stands alone, must
| see to appreciate
L 1-866-838-4376
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HYUNDAI
'02, XG350, loaded
n leather, sunroof
I Only $6,995.
1-866-838-4376

HYUNDAI
'04 Sante Fe, LX, 2WD,
Leather, Sunroof, 103K.
Bk. Val. $10,400/ Asking
$9,999 (352) 601-4108
JEEP
'99 Grand Cherokee,
4 X 2,4 dr. LOADED
6 cyl. auto, cold AC,
160K, new brakes,
$3,950 (352) 697-0880


CiTRUS COUNTY


JEEP
Grand Cherokee '03
loaded, leather, 78k
mi, full-time, 4whl dr.
$14,500 352-586-8981
LAND ROVER
Discovery '03, 4WD, 38K,
Loaded 2 Sunroofs,
leather, htd. seats. $21K
352-860-0413/302-9525

r P ONTIAC 9
'01, Aztec, auto, AC,
| and more priced |
to sell at $5,995.
1-866-838-4376

SUBARU
'06 Forrestor, Great
MPG. 21K, Loadedl CD,
all pwr. AWD. < Blue Bk.
$17,500 (352) 795-2053
SUBURBAN
'87, w/ factory towing
pkg., 103k org. ml.
1 own, $3,000. obo
(352) 465-6051

WINSTAR
'00, Take family and I
friends, Only $6,995.
1-866-838-4376


-UUR)
Bronco '92,4 X 4,
New Tires. New Interior.
Runs Exc, $2,900
(352) 302-9485
GMC
1996, 144k miles. Runs
great, good shape.
$4,000. (352) 302-2240
JEEP
Wrangler, '93 4X4, Exc.
cond. w/lots of extras,
too many to list. $5,500/
nhn 352-209-59O27


DODGE
'05, Grand Caravan,
51k ml. CD, DVD, power
locks/win, drk, blue
$15,500. (352) 637-0108
DODGE
2000, Conversion Van,
1500 Ram, 83k ml.,
loaded, excel, cond.
$9,600 352-637-4123
DODGE
'94, 1-Ton Work an,
Ex Painters Van,
$950. obo
(352) 201-0658
DODGE
Grand Caravan SE '00
101k ml. 3.3L v6 Runs
great $4k.352-476-2901
FORD
02, E250 Van, V8, Auto,
69K, Warr. thru 75K,
$9,900. (352) 697-1200
FORD
'94, F-150 Convy. Van, 3
sweater. 21 CDs, IceCold
AC Perfect$4,000obo
352-382-7888
FORD
E-150 '01 Work van V6
Shelves, PW, PL A/C,
FM/Cass. mag whis
new trs, CIn, well
mntn'd, runs strong
$7,900
(352) 341-2078
HANDICAP VAN
'90 Chevy C20, loaded,
new AC/tires 82K mi.
New Braun lift. $4,500
352-726-4109
MERCURY
'98, Villager, Excel.
cond. inside & out,
20mpg $2,900. obo
(352) 201-091 INV
HANDICAPPED
VAN FOR SALE
Handicapped van with
Braun llffthand con-
trols, six way power
seat, fully loaded,
wood package with
TV,VCR, Ford E250,
2003- with under 40,000
miles. Asking $18.000 or
best offer.352-270-3883.
MR CITRUS
COUNTY REALTY









ALAN NUSSO
3.9% Listings
INVESTORS
RESIDENTIAL SALES
COMMERCIAL SALES
(352) 422-6956
ANUSSO.COM


2000 Sportsman 500
Polaris, $2,900.
Perfect for the Hunter
(352) 302-2300
BUSA
2005, 70CC.
Electric start. $750.
(352) 489-8633
DUNEBUGGY
Hammer-head Twister
Uke new 250ss, 2 Seater
great for Adults/teens
$2600 352-489-1210
*FREE REMOVAL OF.
ATV's, bikes, cars, jet skis
mowers, golf carts. We
sell ATV parts 628-2084
HONDA
500 Foreman 2x4 '05
20hrs, Mint Cond. Red,
4spd manual $3500
(352) 527-4529
POLARIS
'01,325 Trail Boss, elec.
start. stroke, 2X4 auto
$1100. (352) 489-8633
YAMAHA
BANSHEE, '05. Mint
cond, Asking $4,000
(352) 220-8990
(2) CX150
GO-CARTS
Exc. cond.
Asking $1300/both, sell
as pair. (352) 220-8990




*FREE REMOVAL OF.
ATV's, bikes, cars, jet skis
mowers, golf carts. We
sell ATV parts 628-2084
HARLEY DAVIDSON
'01 FXDWG2 Vance &
Hines detach, wndshld.
New tires, 11,500mi.
$13,900. (352) 220-2126
HARLEY DAVIDSON
'03 Electra Glide, 100th
Ann. Lots of extras. Gd
Credit Bad Credit
$11,500
Lucky U Cycles
(352) 330-0047
HARLEY DAVIDSON
'03 V Rod,
100th Annversary.
Must go $10,995
Lucky U Cycles
(352) 330-0047
HARLEY DAVIDSON
'07 Street Glide, Many
upgraded chrome
parts! 4K ml. New
Tru-dual exhaust.
$20,500 obo Must Seel
(352) 302-2865
HARLEY DAVIDSON
'08 Ultra Classic Electra
Glide. 105th Annvry.
242/7000. Over $2,000
of extras $21,000 firm.
(352) 422-4317
HONDA
'02 VTX 1800, Ready to
gol Good credit Bad
Credit. On Sale $6300
Lucky U Cycles
(352) 330-0047
HONDA
'04 Silverwing, 600cc,
exc. cond. 6,550ml.
Auto trans, silver, $5100
(352) 527-2279
HONDA
'87 Rebel. Unmolested.
Everything works.
Exc. shape. $1,350
352-637-2873/422-5922
HONDA
'96, CBR600 F-3, 28K ml.
Very fast, $3500.
(352) 795-7617
KAWASAKI
1000 Concours, 1999,
11,500 mi. $4,500
(352) 341-1142
KAWASAKI
'95, KLX 650 Dual Sport,
Street Legal. Kick Start.
Good Cond. $1,700
(352) 726-6224
MILWAUKEE
Custom Hardtall '02
110Hp 6spd 17kml
$8000 352-586-0368
VIRAGO
'93 Runs Great,
Extra clean. $2200
Lucky U Cycles
(352) 330-0047
YAMAHA
'00 V-Star 650
Windshield, Backrest,
Good credit Bad
Credit. $4,000
Lucky U Cycles
(352) 330-0047
YAMAHA
'03, V Star, 1100CC,
14k mi., windshield,
saddlebags, glovebag,
$5,500
obo (352) 563-0979
YAMAHA
Roadstar 1600 '03 mint
condition, many extras,
low miles $6,495
(239) 470-5567


559-1120 TUCRN
(03 Kla) Advanced Towing
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE: ADVANCED TOWING gives No-
tice of Foreclosure of Uen and intent to sell these vehi-
cles on 12/07/2007, 8:00 a.m., at 4875 S. Florida Ave., In-
verness, FL 34450, pursuant to subsection 713,78 of the
Florida Statutes. ADVANCED TOWING reserves the right
to accept or reject any and/or all bids.
KNAGD126335196062 2003 KIA
Published one (1) time In the Citrus County Chronicle,
on November 20, 2007.


809-1102 FCRN
Citrus County Fair Association
PUBLIC NOTICE
INVITATION TO BID
As a Contractor, you are Invited to submit a bid to the
Citrus County Fair Association, hereinafter referred to as
Owner, for the construction of arena additions at the
Citrus County Fairgrounds, located at 3600 South Flor-
ida Avenue, Inverness, Florida. The Project Budget Is es-
timated to be: $350,000.00.
The Owner Is seeking a Contractor for the construction
of arena additions at the Citrus County Fairgrounds, lo-
cated at 3600 South Florida Avenue, Inverness. Florida.
The contractor shall provide all materials, labor, equip-
ment and Inspection fees necessary for the construc-
tion of building facilities in accordance with the terms
and conditions of the Invitation to Bid.

PROJECT NAME & LOCATION: Arena additions at the
Citrus County Fairgrounds, located at 3600 South Flor-
Ida Avenue, Inverness, Florida.
MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE/SITE VISIT: Each bid-
der must, before submitting a bid, attend the manda-
tory pre-bid conference/site visit. The pre-bid
conference/site visit will be held on Wednesday, No-
vember 14th, 2007, at from 1:00PM till 5:00PM, at the
Citrus County Fair Association office located at 3600
South Florida Avenue, Inverness, Florida. During the
pre-bid conference a site visit will be held for prospec-
tive bidders. It Is the bidders' responsibility to consider
any and all site conditions or requirements for the proj-
ect. Project plans and specifications will be available
at the mandatory pre-bld conference/site visit.
PERFORMANCE BOND AND LABOR AND MATERIAL PAY-
MENT BOND: A Performance Bond and a Labor and
Material Payment Bond are required.
Sealed bids will be received, publicly opened and
read aloud on:
DATE AND TIME: Monday, December 3rd, 2007 at
2:00PM EST
PLACE: The Citrus County Fair Association office lo-
cated at 3600 South Florida Avenue, Inverness, Florida.
CONTRACT AWARD: The official Notice of Award Rec-
ommendatlon will be held at the Citrus County Fair Of-
fice. Failure to file a protest within the time prescribed
In Section 120.57(3), Florida statutes, shall constitute a


waiver of proceedings under Chapter 120, Florida Stat-
utes. If no protest Is filed the contract will be awarded
to the qualified, responsive low bidder In accordance
with Chapter 60D-5 by the Owner.
Published twenty (20) times in the Citrus County Chroni-
cle consecutively, November through the 21, 2007.


560-1120 TUCRN
(92 Chevrolet) Advanced Towing
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE: ADVANCED TOWING gives No-
tice of Foreclosure of ULien and Intent to sell these vehi-
cles on 12/02/2007, 8:00 a.m., at 4875 S. Florida Ave., In-
verness, FL 34450, pursuant to subsection 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes. ADVANCED TOWING reserves the right
to accept or reject any and/or all bids.
J81RF236N7545872 1992 CHEVROLET
Published one (1) time in the Citrus County Chronicle.
on November 20, 2007.

558-1120 TUCRN
(70 Flbra) Smitty's Auto Sale
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned Intends to
sell the vessel described below under Florida Statutes
713.78. The undersigned will sell at public sale by com-
petitive bidding on Saturday, December 1, 2007 at 9:00
am on the premises where said vessel has been stored
and which are located at Smitty's Auto, Inc., 4631 W.
Cardinal St., Homosassa, Citrus County, Florida, the fol-
lowing:
Year: Make: Hull ID#: VIN #:
1970 Fibra 1658000FBA70 FL5969AR
Purchase must be paid for at the time of purchase In
cash only, Vessel sold as is and must be removed at
the time of sale. Sale Is subject to cancellation In the
event of settlement, between owner and obligated
party.
Published one (1) time In the Citrus County Chronicle
on November 20, 2007.


555-1120 TUCRN
2007-CP-949 Estate of Olivia J. Schadt
Notice to Creditors
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 2007-CP-949
IN RE: ESTATE OF
OLIVIA J. SCHADT
a/k/a OLIVIA B. SCHADT
a/k/a OLIVIA SCHADT,
a/k/a O.B. SCHADT,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of OLIVIA J. SCHADT,
a/k/a OLIVIA B. SCHADT, a/k/a OLIVIA SCHADT, a/k/a
O.B. SCHADT, deceased. File Number 2007-CP-949, Is
pending In the Circuit Court for Citrus County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which Is 110 North
Apopka Avenue, Inverness, Florida 34450. The names
and addresses of the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the decedent and other persons hav-
ing claims or demands against decedent's estate In-
cluding unmatured, contingent or unliquidated claims,
on whom a copy of this notice is served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM..
All other creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against decedent's es-
tate, Including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims must file their claims with this court, WITHIN THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
All other creditors of the decedent and persons having
claims or demands against the decedent's estate must
file their claims with this court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this Notice Is No-
vember 13, 2007.
Co-Personal Representative:
/s/ CYNTHIA M. GLEASON
28 Stellane Drive
Angola, New York 14006
MARK DAVID SCHADT
8013 Bangle Lane
Orlando, Florida 32836
Attorney for Personal
Representative
/s/ Daniel J. Snow, Esq.
DANIEL J. SNOW, ESQUIRE
Florida Bar No.: 0794820
203 Courthouse Square
Inverness, FL 34450
Telephone: (352) 726-9111
Facsimile: (352) 726-2144
Attorney for Estate
Published two (2) times in Citrus County Chronicle No-
vember 13 and 20, 2007,

556-1120 TUCRN
2007-CP-948 Estate of Michael J. Brigantic,
Notice to Creditors, Summary Administration
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 2007-CP-948
IN RE: ESTATE OF MICHAEL J. BRIGANTIC,
DECEASED,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an Order of Summary
Admlnlstrtlon has been entered In the Estate of MI-
CHAEL J. BRIGANTIC, deceased, File Number
2007-CP-948, by the Circuit Court for Citrus County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division, the address of which Is 110 North
Apopka Avenue, Inverness, Florida 34450; that the
decedent's date of death was JULY 29, 2007: that the
total value of the estate Is $NONE and that the names
and address of those to whom It has been assigned by
such order are:
NAME MICHAEL J. BRIGANTIC
ADDRESS 4287 W. HACIENDA DR.,
BEVERLY HILLS, FL 34465
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of the decedent and per-
sons having claims or demands against the estate of
the decedent other than those for whom provision for
full payment was made In the Order of Summary Ad-
ministration must file their claims with this court WITHIN
THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER APPLICABLE TIME PE-
RIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this Notice Is Novem-
ber 13,2007.
Person Giving Notice:
/s/ Michael J. Brlgantic
4287 W. Hacienda Dr.
Beverly Hills, FL 34465
Attorney for Person Giving Notice
BRADSHAW & MOUNTJOY, P.A.
/s/ Michael Mountloy, Esq.
209 Courthouse Square, Inverness, FL 34450
Florida Bar No.: 157310
Telephone: (352) 726-1211
Published two (2) times In Citrus County Chronicle on
November 13 and 20, 2007,


562-1127 TUCRN
2007-CP-978 Estate/Gilbert A. Simon
Notice to Creditors
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 2007-CP-978
IN RE: ESTATE OF
GILBERT A. SIMON A/K/A GILBERT ALBERT SIMON
DECEASED,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of Gilbert A. Simon
a/k/a Gilbert Albert Simon, deceased, whose date of
death was October 18, 2007, Is pending In the Circuit


Court for Citrus County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which Is 110 North Apopka Ave., Inverness,
Florida 34450. The names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons hav-
ing claims or demands against decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this notice Is required to be served
must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM,
All other creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against decedent's es-
tate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.


The date of the first publication of this Notice Is
November 20, 2007.
Personal Representative:
/s/ Alvira Banton
1520 East McKinley Street
Hernando, Florida 34442
Attorney for Personal Representative.
/s/ John A. Nelson, Esq.
Florida Bar No.: 0727032
Slaymaker and Nelson, P.A,
2218 Highway 44 West, Inverness, Florida 34453
Telephone: (352) 726-6129 Fax: (352) 726-0223
Published two (2) times in Citrus County Chronicle
on November 20 and 27, 2007.


563-1127 TUCRN
2007-CP-973 Estate Ralph Frederick Cotffer
Notice to Creditors (Summary Administration)
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 2007-CP-973
Division: Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF
RALPH FREDERICK COTIER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an Order of Summary
Administration has been entered In the estate of RALPH
FREDERICK COTIER, deceased, File Number
2007-CP-973, by the Circuit Court for Citrus County, Flor-
Ida, Probate Division, the address of which Is 110 N.
Apopka Avenue, Inverness, FL 34450; that the
decedent's date of death was May 14, 2007; that the
total value of the estate Is $62,500.00 and that the
names and addresses of those to whom it has been as-
signed by such order are:
Name Address
KATHYLEEN O'NEILL-COTIER 111 Blanche St.
Inverness, FE 34452
VANCE COTIER 9 Paddock Way
Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
YVETTE COTIER 15020 Misty Lane
King George, VA 22485
YVONNE COTIER CARNEY 6531 E. CR 100 N.
Logansport, IN 46947
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the decedent and persons having
claims or demands against the estate of the decedent
other than those for whom provision for full payment
was made In the Order of Summary Administration
must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE TIME PE-
RIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER APPLICABLE TIME PE-
RIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED
The date of first publication of this Notice Is
November 20, 2007.
Person Giving Notice:
/s/ KATHLEEN O'NEILL-COTIER
111 Blanche St,
Inverness, Florida 34452
Attorney for Person Giving Notice:
/s/ MARIE T. BLUME, Attorney
Florida Bar No. 0493181
P,O. Box 2763, inverness, FL 34451
Telephone: (352) 726-7778 Fax: (352) 726-7798
Published two (2) times In Citrus County Chronicle,
on November 20 and 27, 2007,


564-1127 TUCRN
2007-CP-889 Estate/John W Grayson Jr.
Notice to Creditors (Ancillary Summary Administration)
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 2007-CP-889
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOHN W. GRAYSON, JR. A/K/A JOHN WESLEY GRAYSON,
JR.
DECEASED,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Ancillary Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an Order of Ancillary
Summary Administration has been entered In the es-
tate of John W. Grayson, Jr. a/k/a John Wesley Gray-
son, Jr., deceased, File Number 2007-CP-889, by the
Circuit Court for Citrus County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which Is 110 North Apopka Avenue, In-
verness, Florida 34450; that the decedent's date of
death was June 14, 2006; that the total value of the es-
tate Is $61,000.00 and that the names and addresses of
those to whom it has been assigned by such order are:
Name Address
Vladimir N. Baklanoff and 745 Rancho Circle
Wallace, Trustees of the Las Vegas, Nevada 89107
John A. Grayson. Jr.
Trust dated 19 July, 1972
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of the decedent and per-
sons having claims or demands against the estate of
the decedent other than those for whom provision for
full payment was made In the Order of Summary Ad-
ministration must file their claims with this court WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER APPLICABLE TIME
PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this Notice Is
November 20,2007.
Person Giving Notice:
/s/ WIadlmir N. Baklanoff
745 Rancho Circle
Las Vegas, Nevada 89107
Attorney for Person Giving Notice:
/s/ John A. Nelson, Esq.
Florida Bar No.: 0727032
Slaymaker and Nelson, P.A.
2218 Highway 44 West, Inverness, Florida 34453
Telephone: (352) 726-6129 Fax: (352) 726-0223
Published two (2) times In Citrus County Chronicle
on November 20 and 27, 2007


565-1127 TUCRN
2007-CP-950 Estate/Paul Lavole
Notice to Creditors (Summary Administration)
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 2007-CP-950
IN RE: ESTATE OF
PAUL LAVOIE A/K/A PAUL E. LAVOIE
DECEASED,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an Order of Summary
Administration has been entered In the estate of
Paul Lavole a/k/a Paul E. Lavole, deceased, File Num-
ber 2007-CP-950, by the Circuit Court for Citrus County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address of which Is 110
North Apopka Avenue, Inverness, Florida 34450; that
the decedent's date of death was September 15, 2007;
that the total value of the estate Is $10,000.00 and that
the names and addresses of those to whom It has
been assigned by such order are:
Name Address
Donna Moore-Lavole 571 West Keller Street
Hernando, FL 34442
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of the decedent and per-
sons having claims or demands against the estate of
the decedent other than those for whom provision for
full payment was made In the Order of Summary Ad-
ministration must file their claims with this court WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED,
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER APPLICABLE TIME
PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED,
The date of the first publication of this Notice Is
November 20, 2007.
Person Giving Notice:
/s/ Donna Moore-Lavole
571 West Keller Street
Hernando, Florida 34442
Attorney for Person Giving Notice:
/s/ John A. Nelson, Esq.
Florida Bar No.: 0727032
Slaymaker and Nelson, P.A.
2218 Highway 44 West, Inverness, Florida 34453
Telephone: (352) 726-6129 Fax: (352) 726-0223
Published two (2) times In Citrus County Chronicle
on November 20 and 27, 2007


566-1127 TUCRN
2007-CP-967 Estate/ Peggy Marston Egolf
Notice to Creditors
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 2007-CP-967
IN RE: ESTATE OF
PEGGY MARSTON EGOLF,


Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of Peggy Marston
Egolf, deceased, whose date of death was August 31,
2007 and whose social security number is XXX-XX-7848,
Is pending In the Circuit Court for Citrus County, FI6rlda,
Probate Division, the address of which Is 110 North
Apopka Avenue, Inverness, Florida 34450. The names
and addresses of the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the 'decedent and other persons
having claims or demands against decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this notice has been served must
file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against decedent's es-
tate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO-


BATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this Notice Is 11/20/07.
Personal Representative:
/s/ David Eugene Jacksop
2036 E. Cambridge Lape
Inverness, FL 34453
Attorney for Personal Representative:
/s/ Dawn Ellls My Florida Probate, PA.
Dawn Ells, for the firm
Attorney for Personal Representative
Florida Bar No. 0091979
P.O. Box 952, Floral City, Florida 34436-0952
Telephone: (352) 726-5444
Published two (2) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
November 20 and 27, 2007.


561-1127 TUCRN
(90Chevy/Suzuklmotorcycle) CRPD
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Crystal River Police Department will dispose of the
below listed Items on or about the week of November
28th, 2007. Person(s) claiming ownership to said prop-
erty shall contact the Crystal River Police Department
Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:00 AM
and 5:00 PM. Persons making such a claim must pro-
duce proper Identification along with proof of owner-
ship for the particular item. Claims must be made prior
to the above stated disposal date. This notice Is made
In accordance with F.S.S. 705.103
1. 01 1990 Chevrolet Celebrity,
VIN# 2G1AW84T5L2116425, White In color
2. 01 SUZUKI Motorcycle, VIN#JS1GV72AON2100524;
Red In color.
Published two (2) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
on November 20 and 27, 2007.

567-1127 TUCRN
2007-CP-972 Estate Ruth M. Stolz
Notice to Creditors
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 2007-CP-972
Division: Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF
RUTH M. STOLZ
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of RUTH M. STOLZ, de-
ceased, whose date of death was April 6, 2007, and
whose social security number is 384-01-7558, Is pending
In the Circuit Court for Citrus County, Florida, Probate.
Division, the address of which Is 110 N. Apopka Ave., In-
verness, Florida 34450, The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the personal
representative's attorney -are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons hav-
ing claims or demands against decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this notice Is required to be served
must file their claims with this court WITHIN TH E LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBUCATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other persons
having claims or demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this Court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this Notice Is
November 20, 2007.
Personal Representative:
/s/TERRI L RUDZITIS
7736 E. Allen Dr.
Inverness, FL 34450
Attorney for Personal Representative:
/s/ MARIE T. BLUME, Attorney 0
Florida Bar No. 0493181
P.O. Box 2763, Inverness, FL 34451
Telephone: (352) 726-7778 Fax: (352) 726-7798
Published two (2) times In Citrus County Chronicle,
on November 20 and 27, 2007.


552-1204 TUCRN
Board of Nursing Tommy Jo Bryant, C.N.A.
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
BEFORE THE BOARD OF NURSING
IN RE: The license to practice Nursing of
Tommy Jo Bryant, C.N.A.
P.O. Box 1711
Inverness, Florida 34451
&
2800 Garfield St. W.
Inverness, Florida 34483
CASE NO.: 2006-35113
LICENSE No.: 61193
The Department of Health has filed an Administratiye,
Complaint against you, a copy of which may be o-
tained by contacting, Walter T.S. Widener, L ti anr
General Counsel, Prosecution Services Unit, 4052 Ba3df
Cypress Way, Bin #C65, Tallahassee Florida 32399-3265,
(850) 245-4640.
If no contact has been made by you concerning the
above by November 22, 2007, the matter of the Ad-
ministrative Complaint will be presented at an ensuing
meeting of the Board of Medicine In formal proceed-
ing.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilllties Act,
persons needing a special accommodation to partici-
pate In this proceeding should contact the Individual
or agency sending this notice not later than seven
days prior to the proceeding at the address given on
the notice. Telephone: (850) 245-4640, 1-800-955-8771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770 (V), via Florida Relay Service,

Published four (4) times in the Citrus County Chronicle
November 13,20,27 and December 4,2007.


553-1204 TUCRN
Board of Nursing Gary W Hughes, C.N.A.
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
BEFORE THE BOARD OF NURSING
IN RE: The license to practice Nursing of
Gary W. Hughes, L.P.N.
3530 South Pine Ave.
Ocala,'-Florida 34471
CASE NO.: 2007-10445
LICENSE No.: 9806076
The Department of Health has filed an Administrative
Complaint against you, a copy of which may be ob-
tained by contacting, Walter T.S. Widener, Assistant
General Counsel, Prosecution Services Unit, 4052 Bald
Cypress Way, Bin #C65, Tallahassee Florida 32399-3265,
(850) 245-4640.
If no contact has been made by you concerning the
above by November 22, 2007, the matter of the Ad-
ministrative Complaint will be presented at an ensuing
meeting of the Board of Medicine In formal proceed-
Ing.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act:
persons needing a special accommodation to partici'
pate In this proceeding should contact the Individual
or agency sending this notice not later than seven
days prior to the proceeding at the address given on
the notice. Telephone: (850) 245-4640, 1-800-955-8771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770 (V), via Florida Relay Service.
Published four (4) times In the Citrus County Chronicle
November 13,20, 27 and December 4,2007.


554-1204 TUCRN
Board of Nursing Orbary R. McKinnon, C.N.A.
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
BEFORE THE BOARD OF NURSING
IN RE: The license to practice Nursing of
Orbary R. McKlnnon, C.N.A.
191 W.Thistle Place
Beverly Hills, Florida 34465
CASE NO.: 2007-07080


LICENSE No.: 89807
The Department of Health has flied an Administrative
Complaint against you, a copy of which may be ob-
tained by contacting, Walter T.S. Widener, Assistant
General Counsel, Prosecution Services Unit, 4052 Bald
Cypress Way, Bin #C65, Tallahassee Florida 32399-3265.
(850) 245-4640.
If no contact has been made by you concerning the
above by November 22, 2007, the matter of the Ad-
ministrative Complaint will be presented at an ensuing
meeting of the Board of Medicine In formal proceed-
Ing.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
persons needing a special accommodation to partici-
pate In this proceeding should contact the Individual
or agency sending this notice not later than seven
days prior to the proceeding at the address given on
the notice. Telephone: (850) 245-4640, 1-800-955-8771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770 (V), via Florida Relay Service.
Published four (4) times In the Citrus County Chronicle
November 13, 20,27 and December 4,2007.


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WHEELBASE COMMUNICATIONS


A s far as automotive
ideas go, the
Amphicar never
really held water,
even if it could float
on it.
However, this unusual amphib-
ian somehow made it into produc-
tion and actually managed to
attract a small knot of nautically
minded buyers. These hardy souls
thought nothing of venturing off
terra firma in search of oddball
adventure, even though the going
was slow and not without some
peril. But even with those strikes
against it, the Amphicar made
people smile.
The vehicle was the brainchild
of Hans Trippel, a German engi-
neer who helped build amphibious
landing craft during the Second
World War. Following the war,
Trippel spent much of his time
developing prototypes of a civilian
automobile that could also double
as a boat.
By the late 1950s, the erstwhile
inventor had hooked up with
Harold Quandt, whose family
controlled part of BMW. Quandt
put up the money to get the
Amphicar project under way,
helped secure factory space in
what was then West Germany,
negotiated the purchase of neces-
sary parts from ri their manufactur-
ers and helped establish a distribu-
tion network for the finished prod-
uct.
Both men agreed that North
America offered the greatest sales
potential for a leisure-oriented
product such as the Amphicar and
most of the production and pro-
motion was aimed at prospective
buyers on this side of the Atlantic
Ocean.
For motivation, an English
Triumph-Herald-built 43-horse-
power 1.2-liter engine was
installed behind the back wheels.
It was connected to the rear axle
via a special Porsche 356-based
two-part transmission that provid-
ed four forward gears (plus
reverse) on land and a two-speed
(forward and reverse) gearbox that
turned a pair of propellers during
the flotation phase.
Top land speed was in the 65-
70 m.p.h. range, while around
seven knots (about eight m.p.h.)
was all you could expect in the
water.
Most of the suspension pieces
were supplied by Mercedes-Benz,
while an Italian company provided
the molds used for the stamped-
steel body panels.
The 14-foot-long amphicar was
built tall enough and given 10
inches of ground clearance so it
could go up and down a steep boat
launch as well as maintain buoy-
ancy without being swamped. It
also required the necessary
marine-approved running lights
and safety equipment, such as oars
and an electric bilge pump
equipped with a blower to remove
gasoline fumes from the engine
bay. Special door seals and latches
were also necessary to reduce, if
not entirely eliminate, water leaks.
A folding canvas top was standard
on every Amphicar.
Front and rear bench seats pro-
vided space for up to four


rider/mariners plus room for a
small amount of gear stuffed
inside the front hood.
The Amphicar drove pretty
much like a regular car on dry
land, although its high center of
gravity and rear-biased weight dis-
tribution demanded slow corner-
ing speeds.
Getting wet was the easy part.
Captains would simply drive into
the water, shift the transmission
into neutral and engage the props
using the separate two-speed
shifter. The front wheels acted as
rudders, but first-timers had to
note that stabbing the brake pedal
was useless in the water.
The Amphicar was launched
- literally in 1961 at both the
New York Auto Show and the
Miami, Fla. Boat Show, attracting
much curiosity but few serious
buyers at either event. Priced in
the vicinity of $3,000, similar to a
Chevrolet Impala or a decent out-
board ski boat, the Amphicar's
part-car, part-dingy novelty status


generated only limited appeal.
Other than its quirky nature
and considerable maintenance
requirements, the Amphicar's all-
steel body was corrosion-prone,
particularly in the North-Eastern
rust-belt states and especially
when driven into salt water.


Although reports vary, it seems
that fewer than 4,000 Amphicars
were produced, with 3,500 of
those reaching North America.
What ultimately spelled the
Amphicar's doom were the same
safety and emissions regulations
that forced other automobile


importers out of North America
by the late 1960s. The accidental
death of Harold Quandt in 1967
also ended Hans Trippel's key
financial backing, further hasten-
ing the vehicle's demise.
Today, a small but loyal group
of Amphicar owners around the
world continues to keep in touch,
holding rallys (or swim meets, as
some are called), sharing restora-
tion tips and swapping stories
about the fun times they've had
with their motorized personal
flotation devices.
They also keep hoping that the
auto/boat concept pioneered by
the Amphicar will once again
float.
Malcolm Gunn is Wheelbase
Communications'historic writer.
Wheelbase is a world-wide suppli-
er of automobile news, reviews
and features. He can be reached
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CHEVROLET CORVAIR


The Chevrolet Corvair was produced
from 1960 to 1969. The Corvair
offered a wide range of body sr) Ics,
including 'our-door sedans and
hardtops, two-
door sedans
and hardtops,
a convertible,r
and station
wagon. In
addition, it was
built as a
compact van
similar to the
Volkswagen bus, with styles including
a pickup, panel van, and a passenger
van called the Greenbrier.
The Corvair----- like the Ford Falcon,
Studebaker Lark, Nash Rambler, and
the Plymouth Valiant---- was one of
the first of a new compact class.
These were offered in response to the
small, sporty and fuel-efficient
automobiles being imported from
Europe by Volkswagen, Renault and
others.
However, the Corvair stood out with
its significantly different engineering
approach from other American
offerings. Most other compacts such
as the Chevy II Nova and
subcompact Vega were smaller
versions of conventional automobiles
with in-line water-cooled front
mounted iron 4 or 6 cylinder engines.
But the Chevrolet Corvair engine was
an aluminum, air-cooled 140 in3
(2.3L) flat-6 engine. The first Corvair
engine produced as little as 80 hp
(60kW). Later versions developed as
much as 180 hp (134 kW),
comparable to V6 engines of the
1980s.
The Corvair enjoyed a ten-year model
year run, and was finally discontinued
in May of 1969. A variety of factors
contributed to the drop in sales from
1965 to the last 1969 models. The
Corvair faced increasing competition
from Ford Mustang and other 'pony
cars' ironically, a market pioneered
by the 1960 Corvair Monza.
The Corvair was initially marketed as
a sporty sedan before the Mustang
became popular in the compact
segment. Its final design evoked the
later Chevrolet Camaro, and was
considered by many to still look
contemporary in the 21st century.


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Turn your ride into a Livewire.
There are a number of devices to reprogram your vehicle for ,i
more power or mileage and still others that can record
and interpret data to give you things such as 0-60
m.p.h. times and horsepower readings The
Livewire does both and can also help you
analyze and clear trouble codes.
Livewire connects to your onboard-
diagnostics (OBD) port so that you
can upload one of several pre-pro-
grammed performance tune-ups or a
maximum-fuel-economy program.
Certainly unique to Livewire is the ability
to display (the compact device can be
mounted to the windshield for hands-free
viewing) and log air/fuel ratio as well as
boost pressure for supercharged and tur-
bocharged applications. Performance readings
such as horsepower, torque and 0-60-m.p.h. o
times are calculated based on data monitored from the engine's 2
computer and are therefore estimates. As of this writing, Livewire
mainly caters to Ford vehicles although Chrysler and G.M. applica-
tions are in the works. Power gains depend on the vehicle, but I
Livewire's makers report that a V6-powered Mustang can expect V1
rear-wheel horsepower and 22 lb.-ft. of torque while a 6.0-liter Fotd
diesel can make an additional 120 rear-wheel horsepower and 240
lb.-ft. of torque. The street price for Livewire runs about $570 fronr
a number of online suppliers.
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A SportBar with style
The Parts Dept. crew has its eye on the SportBar from Totally d
Modified Accessories out of Florida for a couple of reasons, but
mostly because it looks like a factory-installed part and not a mer*
add-on. The SportBar is a brand-new product for Toyota Tacorna .
and Chevrolet Colorado pickups and, to be completely honest, \.
doesn't do too much other than provide an integrated look, certain'-
ly reason enough in our books to buy it. The SportBar, which is ,
constructed of fiberglass, comes with an integrated third light andyI
affixes to the tqp
edge of the box,
right behind thE
cab, with clamp

hand tools and
bit of cutting anO
the procedure looks too dauntirilling. You car profes-
download the
five-page instrti-
tion sheet from',
the company's ;A
Web site and if,
the procedure looks too daunting you can always opt for profes- 'y
sional installation. Give Totally Modified Accessories a call at 1-407-
699-9928 or visit www.totallymodified.com to find out how to buy 9
your own SportBar.


Get this mister, mister
Even' vehicles built to heavy-duty standards can use a little helpJ
to cool down. The Radiator Mister from California-based Vehicle '.A
Enhancement Labs does exactly what you think it would do: mists?
water onto your vehicle's radiator and trans- o
mission cooler to reduce the tempera-
ture by a claimed 20 F within about 30
seconds. Radiator mister comes with -
an extra jet that can be located exactly
where you need them. You can even
spray the intercoolers that lower the tem-
perature of incoming engine air (for
increased/restored power levels) in tur-
bocharged and supercharged applica- .
tions. Your $80 investment includes a tank
that allows up to 20 minutes of continuous ..
use, which makes the system ideal for cool-
ing off in rush-hour traffic and during off-road driving and towing. .. -
The package includes 30 feet of hose to mount the tank just aboiu
anywhere, push-button switch, brackets and wire. Call 1-888-483T
5227 or point your Web browser to www.ve-labs.com.


No head games here!
An engine is basically an air pump: the more air/fuel it can bring,
in and the more spent gas it gas easily push out, the more power ,t
will generally make. There are several pieces to this puzzle, from0
the air intake at the start of the pro ess to the exhaust system at -,
the other end. In between, it's on
typical to see high-flowing
aftermarket cylinder heads ( r
such as those from
Racing Head Service out
of Ashland, Miss. The
company's new 289-351-
cubic-inch small-block-Ford heads
incorporate the latest airflow technology,
machine work and parts to create a package
that flat out blows away anything that came from
the factory (just check out the flow numbers on the
company's Web site), especially considering a starting price of just
$405 each, bare, without any valves or related hardware (from .
$798 each, assembled and ready to roll). The Pro Action Ford hedd
comes in a variety of port volumes (for everything from street to e!
race duty) and combustion chamber sizes to fine-ute cylinder pres-
sure (compression). Take the package approach for best results ,it
and upgrade other components such as intake/exhaust manifolds
and camshaft/valvetrain. Visit racingheadservice.com to check out
these heads and to download a catalog, or call 1-877-776-4323.
Do you have an auto-related product the world should know
about? Please send your information via our Web form at
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Hot off the press
N "Pressing" for a wide range of hybrid
gas/electric use at Chrysler, Cerberus's
wallet is open: What happens when a for-
mer executive known for Toyota's hybrid
gas/electric success joins Chrysler? Jim
Press, Chrysler's new vice chairman, for-
merl an execu-
live or two
Decades at .
.toyota, has
promised that
hrysler plans
"o offer an alter- Jim Press will take his gas/electric
tative-fuel ver- hybrid expertise earned at Toyota
gion of every and apply it to Chrysler. In the
nodel it pro- meantime, the Dodge Durango
1uces. Press (pictured) is one of the first
p pineer Chrysler vehicles be available as
"te pioneer of hybrid.
,Joyota's Prius
success in North America, believes the move
to alternative fuels will shrink the gap in
green-vehicle technology between Chrysler
and Toyota/Honda. Press believes that
Chrysler will offer both hybrid and diesel
alternative-fuel options. "Every car will be
impacted by advances in powertrain," Press
said in an interview with The Detroit News.
"Plug-in hybrid, diesel hybrid, fuel-cell hybrid,
"a petrol hybrid, they're all in the mix." Press
rdid not give a timeframe, however. According
to the newspaper, Cerberus, Chrysler's new
owner, has an open checkbook for develop-
ing greener technologies. "Cerberus has
opened up the wallet to make (capital expen-
ditures) especially in the area of product
development and technology," Press said.
Chrysler's sales are believed to be impacted
by a lack of more fuel-efficient vehicles. In
fact, the automaker's first hybrid vehicles
aren't slated to hit the market until sometime
this model year. Contrast that with the
Toyota Prius that's now well into its second
incarnation.
* VW expands Up! market: The latest little "city" car from
Volkswagen, called the Up! Concept, is apparently not limited to
September that it would produce sever-
at variants of the recently I l S'
unveiled Up! Concept for sale E,
,in particular regions. The ; *
Sleuth hears that the
german automaker will show
a,minivan version at the Aside from this cute little
Tokyo Motor Show later this Up! concept, you'll also like-
fall with a plug-in gas-electric ly see a gas/electric hybrid
hybrid sedan (a vehicle that variant version and a minivan
plugs in overnight to variant.
recharge its batteries) variation making its debut at the Los
Angeles, Calif., Auto Show in November. Look for North
America to benefit greatly from this exercise in global leverage as
VW expands its product line.
* Who says rear-wheel-drive cars have to be big? Not
General Motors: There is no rule that says that rear-wheel-drive
cars have to be big, hulking monsters. At least GM doesn't think
so. The word on the street is that GM believes it can sell (in mass
quantities) a rear-wheel-
drive version of a small car
that would be marketed
under the Chevrolet name-
plate. The new architecture,
called Alpha within the halls
of GM, will be the basis for a Right now, the Saturn Sky
$20,000 car that could comrn- (pictured) and Pontiac
pete with the Mazda RX-8 Solstice are just about your
r a similar vehicle and have only providers of affordable
e handling of a sports car rear-wheel-drive GM fun.The
,I Sleuth hears that that's about
ihoul the hefty price tag. to change.
Sorn eo Ive Ihe Pontiac
Solstice and Saturn Sky, but with more seats and a solid roof
4 erhead. Look for other derivatives, maybe under the Buick
uiLbrella that could pop up by 2010, about a year after the rear-
drive Chevy makes its mark. It's all part of GM product boss Bob
Lutz's plan to make the General more exciting and relevant.
* The Saturn Outlook, GMC Acadia and Buick Enclave are
great, but what about something a little smaller?: You can't say
General Motors is standing still on the small sport-utility side of
ftie product ledger. After years of hogging the large sport-ute seg-
ment, GM looks to produce smaller and cheaper vehicles that are
more fuel efficient. The
Sleuth hears that the
Chevrolet Traverse will be"
the least expensive tall
wagon based on GM's
Lambda platform that's also
ised by vehicles such as The Buick Enclave will donate
e Buick Enclave, Saturn its platform for the smaller
utok and M Acadia Traverse which is rumored to
Outlook and GMC Acadia. be replacing the Chevy
The Traverse will be priced TrailBlazer.
at about $10,000 below the
Enclave. Chevy is targeting sales of 250,000 units a year for the
Traverse, a vehicle that will help fill the gap left by the TrailBlazer,
which the Sleuth hears is being discontinued. Sources say the
Traverse should bow ai elirier Ihe 2008 Detroit Auto Show (in
rly January) or 2008 Chicago Auto Show, which is known for
showcasing upcoming Iruck and spon-ute models.

Market indicators
.A Manufacturers want their own Mini, but
I for Mini, the Mini is not enough: There isn't
much that some companies won't do to exploit a good
thing. Case in point: Mini. BMW (Mini's parent company) has a
solid position in the market when it comes to brand awareness.
.Now the Sleuth hears that Mini will give it a go in other segments.
Is this a wise move? Will Mini buyers want something other than.
a Mini? And as the Sleuth scratches his head at the logic,
there's really nothing wrong with want to take a brand to the limit.
But is a Mini sport-ute just a little too far outside the box?
SPrice weirdness between Canada and
S the United States: The delicate balance of pricing
between the two countries is being upset by a rising
Canadian dollar (or a falling U.S. dollar, depending on your per-


spective). With the Canadian dollar at par with the U.S. dollar, it
has become a lot easier to figure some things out. For one, that
Porsche models are much cheaper in United States for
Canadians to buy. So some
Porsche buyers are head-
ing south. Keep in mind
iha Porsche is not the
bhly high-end manufacturer
facing this dilemma... far
from it, actually. At least To Canadians, this Porsche
Porsche Cars North costs about $30,000 less in
America is doing some- the United States.
I thing about it, even if its action has only brought more attention to
Sthe price disparity. Porsche recently lowered prices in Canada by
about 10 percent. However, there's still a huge price gap between
the two markets. In the United States, the Carrera Turbo
Cabriolet is priced at $136,500, including shipping. Up north, the
same car goes for $171,000 in Canadian funds, even after the
price cut, according to trade paper Automotive News.


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Smoke coming out the tall pipe of a car should be cause of great concern for the owner. However, the sources
for the smoke are not all the same, requiring analysis and diagnosis of the problem to make the proper repair.
If you spot smoke, you should take your car to a garage at the first opportunity. You can fix it now, or fix it
later, sometimes at greater expense. The following Is a general guideline for diagnosing exhaust pipe smoke.


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Blue/white smoke
While blue/black smoke
points to an engine that is
internally wearing out,
blue/white smoke indicates,
that oil is being sucked into
the combustion chambers
through the valve guides.
Often, this can be fixed by
replacing the valve seals
which are small, umbrella-
shaped pieces of rubber.


White smoke
Wispy, lingering white
smoke with a bittersweet
smell is a sign that engine
coolant is leaking into the
combustion chambers,
most likely because of a
leaky head gasket, or
worse, a cracked cylinder
head. Either way, get the
car to the shop right
away.


Thick white smoke
Belching white smoke
upon start-up (not to be
confused with the normal
puff of steam) could be a
sign that transmission
fluid is entering the
combusting chambers,
perhaps through a
vacuum tube that
connects the engine to
the transmission.


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352-382-5814/586-0277
PRO LINE SPORT
30' '01 Center Console
twin 225 Mercury
Optimax 650hrs. Radar,
Chartpltr, Depthflnder,
Windlas, many extras
Triple axel trlr. $65k obo
352-302-0468


PONTOON
Sylvan 20' Yamaha T50
TLRC Engine Like New
40hrs. Playpen Cover
port-o-potty, extras
$14,900 (352) 628-0281
Proline
'02 26' Sport, 225
Yamabla 4 strk, tri axle
: liir. r lu -r i 1ei1i i ', '
.:.rfer, :7' 239-470 5567 ,
PROLINE
'03 Sport 30, Immac,
32'6" CC AC cabin un-
der, Merc's 225 150hrs.
All electronics, 2000 KW
Gen, loaded, w/trailer,
$68,000 (352) 201-1833
SEA FOX
'03 21.5' Bay Boat
140hp Suzuki AStroke,
Alum. TRLR, Many xtrasI
$15,900 352-274-3164
SEA HAWK
16' Remote cont. spot
lights & canopy. 70HP
Johnson, Magic tilt trir.
$4000/obo 352-302-9956
Sea Pro
'01, 18ft., CC, 90 merc.,
salt water, GPS, Sonar,
741b trolling mtr. gal trl
all the extras, $10,500.
352 341-4023
SEA PRO
'98, 18' CC, FF Jack
plate, 90hp Evinrude
Magic Tilt Trir Exc cond.
$6,500 352-302-9336
SEARAY
'03, 185 Bowrlder w/trlr.
18', 35 hrs., Garo. kept.
220 hp. Many opts.
$16,500 (352) 270-3176
SEARAY
'87, Express, 34ft, recent
canvas & upholstery
twin new 454 merc.
cruisers, $25,000.
(352) 637-3290
SUNDANCE '97
19' like Carolina skiff
90HP Evinrude Nicel
Call for details $4,600
352-726-0939
TRIUMPH
'07 17'CC, 75HP Yam. 4
strk, Bimini, Lowrance
GPS, am/fm CD, VHS,
Mint. $18K 352-634-0684
TRIUMPH
19', '02,115 Merc., 4
strk,, CC, radio, Depth
Finder, Livewell, Trolling
mtr., bimini, gal. trir.
$10,000
(352) 341-0858



'01 CONDOR
R-VISION model 1350,
35', Chevy W.H. chassis,
7.4(454 c.I.) 20K m,
non-smoker, 2 slides.
hyd. levelers, bk-up
cam, Onan 5500 gen.)
Must seel $34,900. Call
352-447-3078 for Info.
ALLEGRO
'00, 32ft, 454 Chevy, 35k
mi., 5.5 Oan ongen,
AC/Ht Pump, leveling
jacks, back up camera,
non smoker, excel.
cond. $28,000 obo
(352) 344-4579
(352) 476-4184
Coachman
'97, Catalina, 34ft. class
A, Diesel Pusher, 4 spd.
trans., leveling jacks,
7.0 KW Onan Gas Gen.
$26K (352) 302-1419
DODGE
1978, Class B, fiberglass
motor home, sleeps 2,
great cond. Inside/out,
$2,500. (352) 344-5135
FLEETWOOD
'93 Coranado 34' 40k ml
Great Cond. 2 A/Cs,
qun bed, good tires 454
eng. $18k Homosassa
(906) 630-2684 cell
FOUR WINDS 31'
'04, Slide out, levellers,
backup cam, V-10 Ford
No smk/Pets. Loaded
$440 (352) 422-7794


SHASTA
'86, 35 ft. 5th Wheel,
all new, AC & Ht., Must
Seel Will trade for Boat
$3,500. (352) 257-1575
SOUTHWIND
'03, Class A, 35ft. Low
mi., lots of extras, w/
car trir. $87,900. obo
(352) 5228161



KEYSTONE
'01. Cougar, 27.8ft,
5th wheel, super slide,
ducted air, 6 awnings
$12,350. (352) 637-2735
Montana 5th WhI
'00 37', 3 slides, W/D,
storage, qn bed, split
bath, 2 recliners.2 tvs,
new awning,. $19,900
352-382-7913/212-4235
PROWLER
26' Fifth Wheel, Very
good cond. $5500.
(352) 228-9180
PROWLER
'98, 5th Wheel, 31'., 2
slides, front liv. rm. Super
clean! No smoker/pets.
Located in Homosassa.
Can deliver $10,700.
(423) 782-6813




BUICK
'01, Regal, LS Sedan,
4 DR, Leather int., 51k
mi., V6, 3.8 L, Auto
(352) 503-5356
CADILLAC
'95 SLS, 85K, White/
saddle. Great Cond.
Below book. $3,975
(352) 220-1634
CADILLAC
CTS 2004, 3.6L, Luxury
pkg. 35,700 ml. Fact.
warranty. $21,700
(352) 341-6991
CHEVROLET
Corvette Stingray '77
T-tops, Red, 130k ml.
Runs Great, $8000
(352) 464-4398
Chevrolet
Tahoe '99 4x4, New tires
& brakes loaded, great
mech. cond. $6900obo
352-249-4488/400-0090
CHEVY
'96 Beretta, 2 dr. Red,
Auto, LOADED! Cold AC
Exc. Cond. $2,500
(352) 503-6020
CHEVY
Cavalier '96 good tires
2 door gas saver 120k
runs great$1295
352-613-5869
CHEVY
IROC-Z28 '86
.70k ml. runs great, 5
spd, $3,000obo
352-220-3446
CHEVY
MALIBU, '04 Maxx LX,
1 owner, immac. 40K
$9900/obo
(352) 382-1617
CHRYSLER
1986 LeBaron Converti-
ble, all power options,
A/C not working, newer
$1,300 top and all top
mechanics 2006-7. Car
looks and runs great,
soon to become a
collector auto. Drive
now restore as you
go. $1,950 OBO
352-503-4761
CHRYSLER
1990 Classic Maseratll
TC- Beautiful w/leather
Interior, all power op-
tions, cold A/C, both
soft and hard top In
perfect condition. Car
is pristine with only
61,000 miles. Easy to
maintain because of
Chrysler V6 drivetrain.
$7,700 OBO
352-503-4761


BUICK
Lesabre '96 runs great
good tires leather Int
$1795 352-613-5869
Dodge
Intrepid '98 4Dr, V6,
27mpg, 90k ml. Auto,
Dependable, pwr eve-
rything, cold a/c $2500
727-207-1619
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FORD
'01 Taurus SES
White, A/C 4dr, V6, 41k
Mi. Exc. Cond. $8800
(352) 341-4805
FORD
1990 Taurus. 4 dr., V-6,
Auto, AC, CD, 67K orig.
ml. new tires. Sr. owned.
Garaged. Exc. Cond.
$2,400 (352) 249-8059
FORD
Taurus '95 35k actual mi.
Grg kept Like new, fully
Id'd, new tires new baft.
$2800 352-220-4060
Hyundai
Accent '96 gt sport
cold A/C sunroof 2
door hatchback 96k
gas saver $1795
352-613-5869
LINCOLN
'93 Cartier T.C., 4 dr.
Clean! Must Sell Moving
$1,800 CASH OBO
(352) 563-5215 L.Mess.
LINCOLN
'98 Continental, V8,
SAuto, 20mpg, 1 owner
grg keptNewTire/brake
$3,900 352-697-0889
LINCOLN
'99 Continental, 91k org.
ml. BEAUTIFUL CARl All
power, custom canvas
top, leather, air ride sus-
pension, & well taken
care of. $5,600. Call
Bob 352-257-1669

I MERCEDES1
'87, 560 SL, 126K,
White, Both
I tops, I
REDUCED! $9,999
352-586-6805/
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MERCURY
'95, Grand Marquis. Exc.
Cond. Clean] Silver.
$2,500 (352) 302-2375
MERCURY
'96, Cougar, V6, green,
new AC, premium
sound, 120k ml., 16" tires
clean $2,800. obo
(352) 302-4518
PLYMOUTH
Voyager mini van '00
Cold A/C dual entry 6
pass$2995 352-613-5869
Pontiac
Grand am '95 Good
cond. Cold A/C 127k 2
door $1695
352-613-5869
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S SEABRING
I '04,Convertlble I
I fun In the Sun I
S Only $10,988
I 1-866-838-4376 I
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SUBARU
_ '04,Emprezza WRX
I Must See I
I and Only $15,988
1-866-838-4376
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TOYOTA
* '00, Echo, auto, air, I
n save gas and money I
at $5,995.
* 1-866-838-4376

TOYOTA
I '03, Corolla, auto, I
I AC great on gas
only $8,995..
1-866-838-4376 I
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Cadillac
Brougham '72 runs
good needs TLC $4500
352-249-8010
CHRYSLER
La Baron TC"89
Clsc Convtbl 2 tops low
miles$4500352-746-2216
.-. DODGE
I ,.. Da n .....:i, '
500 HP, auto trans.
Tubbed rear, way too
much to list, $13,500.
Must seel Will trade
(603) 860-6660
Volkswagon
Super Beetle Conv. '78
Runs/look good!
$5500. (352) 212-4477




CHEVROLET
'01, Silverado 1500,
runs great 180k ml.,
work truck, $3,000.
obo (352) 795-6336
CHEVY
'05, Sllverado, 1500LT,
ext. cab, 5.3L, V8, all
premium equip. 19k ml.
one owner, like new
$18,900. (352) 527-2279
CHEVY
1500 Ext Cab '96 step
side conversion V8,
radar, chrome rims,
power window/locks,
run/looks good $4k
(352) 465-9381
CHEVY
'99, 3500 Crew Cab
Diesel Duelly, only
70,000 miles. All power
options, cold A/C,
Heavy Duty Tow pkg,
5-speed manual
w/overdrive. 22 mpg
average. Beautiful
truck In and out. Ex-
tremely powerful to pull
anything. Comfort and
total reliability. $16,000
OBO 352-503-4761
CHEVY
Sliverado 2500 '94
162k ml, new tires dual
baft. TRLR Pkg.
$30000bo 352-628-1208
DODGE
'02, Dakota Quad Cab,
SLT, tonneau, full pwr.
tilt whi. alarm, 42k ml.
$11,000. (352) 382-1230
S FORD
S'04, Super crew, _
n chrome wheels only I
I $18,988.
L 1-866-838-4376 L

FORD
2001 F-150, Runs Greatl
Good Cond. Need to
sell$3,800
(352) 628-4657
FORD
'76 F-100 P-Up. 302 V-8,
Auto, Pwr. String. All
orig. Low mls. $2,000.
obo (352) 400-0191
FORD
F-150 1985
5000 miles on motor
4WD, lifted. $2,000
352-302-6377
FORD
F-150 '96. Asking $2195.
obo (352) 382-3525
MAZDA
1995, B2300, 5spd
$2,250 Runs great,
teal,(352) 422-7056

S NISSAN
'04,Frontler KC, pwr. I
I windows locks I
* Only $10,988.
S1-866-838-4376

SILVERADO
'02. 2500HD, 4dr. tinted
windows, tow pkg.
Exc. cond. $13,500.
352-302-9336


CHEVY
'93, Tahoe Blazer, new
motor, many other new
parts, new AC, $2,500.
(352) 422-6101
CR 250R
'03, Excel, cond. $1,000.
new parts still in box.
FMF Pipes, $2,000. ready
to ride (352) 422-6101.
HUMMER H2
'04, Navi, chrome,
attention getter,
Stand C r
stands alone, must
see to appreciate
1-866-838-4376
L-. .
SHYUNDAI
'02, XG350, loaded
leather, sunroof
Only $6,995.
1-866-838-4376
HYUNDAI
'04 Sante Fe LX, 2WD,
Leather, Sunroof, 103K.
Bk. Val. $10A00/ Asking
$9,999 (352) 601-4108
JEEP
'99 Grand Cherokee,
4 X 2,4 dr. LOADED!
6 cyl. auto, cold AC,
160K, new brakes.
$3,950 (352) 697-0880
JEEP
Grand Cherokee '03
loaded, leather, 78k
mi. full-time, 4whl dr.
$14,500 352-586-8981
LAND ROVER
Discovery '03, 4WD, 38K,
Loaded 2 Sunroofs,
leather, htd. seats. $21K
352-860-0413/302-9525
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SPONTIAC
'01, Aztec, auto, AC,
Sand more priced
to sell at $5,995.
1-866-838-4376

SUBARU
'06 Forrestor, Great
MPG. 21K, Loaded! CD,
all pwr. AWD. < Blue Bk.
$17,500 (352) 795,2053
SUBURBAN
'87, w/ factory towing
pkg., 103k org. mi.
1 own, $3,000. obo
(352) 465-6051
WINSTAR
I '00, Take family and I
I friends, Only $6,995.
1-866-838-4376


FORD
Bronco '92, 4 X 4,
New Tires. New interior.
Runs Exc. $2,900
(352) 302-9485
GMC
1996, 144k miles. Runs
great, good shape.
$4,000. (352) 302-2240



CHRYSLER'
Town & Country LXI '01
75k mi silver/tan leather
pwr everything, CD,
frnt/slde air bags, like
new tires, looks/drives
great $8700
352-476-6314
DODGE
'05, Grand Caravan,
51k ml, CD, DVD, power
locks/win. drk. blue
$15,500. (352) 637-0108
DODGE
2000, Conversion Van,
1500 Ram, 83k mi.,
loaded, excel. cond.
$9,600 352-637-4123
DODGE
Grand Caravan SE '00
101k ml. 3.3L v6 Runs
great! 54k.352-476-2901
FORD
02, E250 Van, V8, Auto,
69K, Warr. thru 75K,
$9,900. (352) 697-1200


FORD
E-150 '01 Work van V6
Shelves, PW, PL A/C,
FM/Cass. mag whis
new trs, CIn, well
mntn'd, runs strong
$7,900
(352) 341-2078
HANDICAP VAN
, 0 Chevy C20, loaded,
new AC/ttfr582K ml. 9.
New Braun lift. $4.500
352-726-4109
MERCURY
'98, Villager, Excel.
cond. inside & out,
$2,900. obo
(352) 201-0911
HANDICAPPED
VAN FOR SALE
Handicapped van with
Braun liffthand con-
trols, six way power
seat, fully loaded,
wood package with
TV,VCR, Ford E250,
2003- with under 40,000
miles. Asking $18.000 or
best offer.352-270-3883.



2000 Sportsman 500
Polaris, $2,900.
Perfect for the Hunter
(352) 302-2300
HONDA
500 Foreman 2x4 '05
20hrs, Mint Cond. Red,
4spd manual $3500
(352) 527-4529
YAMAHA
BANSHEE, '05. Mint
cond. Asking $4,000
(352) 220-8990



HARLEY DAVIDSON
'01 FXDWG2 Vance &
Hines detach. wndshld.
New tires, 11,500mi.
$13,900. (352) 220-2126
HARLEY DAVIDSON
'03 Electra Glide, 100th
Ann. Lots of extras. Gd
Credit Bad Credit
$11,500
Lucky U Cycles
(352) 330-0047
HARLEY DAVIDSON
'03 V Rod,
100th Annversary.
Must go $10,995
Lucky U Cycles
(352) 330-0047
HARLEY DAVIDSON
'07 Street Glide, Many
upgraded chrome
parts 4K mi. New
Tru-dual exhaust.
$20,500 obo Must Seel
(352) 302-2865
HONDA
'02 VTX 1800, Ready to
gol Good credit Bad
Credit. On Sale $6300
Lucky U Cycles
(352) 330-0047
HONDA
'04 Silverwing, 600cc,
exc. cond. 6,550mi.
Auto trans, silver, $5100
(352) 527-2279
HONDA
'96, CBR600 F-3, 28K mi.
Very fast, $3500.
(352) 795-7617
KAWASAKI
1000 Concours, 1999,
11,500 ml. $4,500
(352) 341-1142
VIRAGO
'93 Runs Great,
Extra clean. $2200
Lucky U Cycles
(352) 330-0047
YAMAHA
'00 V-Star 650
Windshield, Backrest,
Good credit Bad
Credit. $4,000
Lucky U Cycles
(352) 330-0047
YAMAHA
Roadstar 1600 '03 mint
condition, many extras,
low miles $6,495
(239) 470-5567


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having their pockets picked by the gas ilar to that currently offered in the served the company well. Some would
pumps, seek more frugal methods of sporty Mustang will allow selection of say the new model has been a long
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Hot off the press

* "Pressing" for a wide range
of hybrid gas/electric use at
Chrysler, Cerberus's wallet is
open: What'happens when a
former executive known for
Toyota's hybrid gas/electric
success joins Chrysler? Jim
Press, Chrysler's new vice
chairman, formerly an executive
for two decades at Toyota, has
promised that Chrysler plans to
offer an alternative-fuel version
of every model it produces.
Press, the pioneer of Toyota's
Prius success in North
America, believes the move to
alternative fuels will shrink the
gap in green-vehicle technology
between Chrysler and
Toyota/Honda. Press believes
that Chrysler will offer both
hybrid and diesel alternative-
fuel options. "Every car will be
impacted by advances in power-
train," Press said in an inter-
view with The Detroit News.
''Plug-in hybrid, diesel hybrid,
fuel-cell hybrid, a petrol hybrid,
they're all in the mix." Press did
not give a timeframe, however.
According to the newspaper,
Cerberus, Chrysler's new
owner, has an open checkbook
for developing greener tech-
nologies. "Cerberus has opened
up the wallet to make (capital
expenditures) especially in the
area of product development
and technology," Press said.
Chrysler's sales are believed
to be impacted by a lack of
more fuel-efficient vehicles. In
fact, the automaker's first hybrid
vehicles aren't slated to hit the
market until sometime this
model year. Contrast that with
the Toyota Prius that's now
well into its second incarnation.
* VW expands Up! market:
The latest little "city" car from
Volkswagen, called the Up!
Concept, is apparently not limit-
ed to one vehicle. In fact, VW
announced in September that it
would produce several variants
of the recently unveiled Up!
Concept for sale in particular
regions. The Sleuth hears that
the German automaker will
show a minivan version at the
Tokyo Motor Show later this
fall with a plug-in gas-electric
hybrid sedan (a vehicle that
plugs in overnight to recharge
its batteries) variation making its
debut at the Los Angeles,
Calif., Auto Show in
November. Look for North
America to benefit greatly from
this exercise in global leverage
as VW expands its product line.
* Who says rear-wheel-drive
cars have to be big? Not
General Motors: There is no
rule that says that rear-wheel-
drive cars have to be big, hulk-
ing monsters. At least GM does-
n't think so. The word on the
street is that GM believes it can
sell (in mass quantities) a rear-
wheel-drive version of a small
car that would be marketed
under the Chevrolet nameplate.
The new architecture, called
Alpha within the halls of GM,
will be the basis for a $20,000
car that could compete with the
Mazda RX-8 or a similar vehicle
and have the handling of a
sports car without the hefty
price tag. Sort of like the
Pontiac Solstice and Saturn
Sky, but with more seats and a
solid roof overhead. Look for
other derivatives, maybe under
the Buick umbrella that could
pop up by 2010, about a year
after the rear-drive Chevy
makes its mark. It's all part of
GM product boss Bob Lutz's
plan to make the General more
exciting and relevant.
* The Saturn Outlook, GMC
Acadia and Buick Enclave are
great, but what about some-
thing a little smaller?: You
can't say General Motors is
standing still on the small sport-
utility side of the product ledger.
After years of hogging the large
sport-ute segment, GM looks to
produce smaller and cheaper
vehicles that are more fuel effi-
cient. The Sleuth hears that the
Chevrolet Traverse will be the
least expensive tall wagon
based on GM's Lambda plat-
form that's also used by vehi-
cles such as the Buick
Enclave, Saturn Outlook and
GMC Acadia. The Traverse will
be priced at about $10,000
below the Enclave. Chevy is
targeting sales of 250,000 units
a year for the Traverse, a vehi-
cle that will help fill the gap left


by the TrailBlazer, which the
Sleuth hears is being discontin-
ued. Sources say the Traverse
should bow at either the 2008
Detroit Auto Show (in early
January) or 2008 Chicago Auto
Show, which is known for show-
casing upcoming truck and
sport-ute models.


34th annual



Daytona Turkey Run


This event was known as the
"Turkey Rod Run" until 1995
when the name was simplified to
"Turkey Run," reflecting eligi-
bility of show vehicles newer
than 1948. The show was started
by members of the Daytona
Beach Street Rods on
Thanksgiving Weekend in 1974.
The same members who started
the Turkey Run in the mid-'70's
still serve as event coordinators
to ensure it is enjoyable each
year. They are proud to present
in conjunction with the Daytona
Racing District, the Annual
Daytona Turkey Run, Thanks-
giving Weekend, Thursday
through Sunday.
. The Turkey Run was originat-
ed because another nearby event
the same weekend banned any
cars that were not strictly


The event now
fills the infield
of the Daytona
International
Speedway.


antiques. The Turkey Run began
with about 40 cars that first year.
From 1974 through 1986, the
event was held on Daytona's
A1A beachside, first at a motel,
next at Bellair Plaza and begin-
ning in 1982, at Seabreeze High
School where there was enough
room to start a swap meet.
The 1986 show featured 900+
cars and a big enough swap meet


that it was necessary in 1987 to
move to airport property at the
corer of US 92 and Clyde
Morris Blvd. With 1,520 cars
and 250 vendor spaces at that
location in 1988, there was again
the need to move to a bigger site.
1989 was the first year at
Daytona International Speedway
with over 2,000 cars registered.
The 2002 Turkey Run featured
5,600 cars and trucks registered
in the show, not including over
1,000 in the car corral, plus over
3,000 occupied vendor spaces.
The event now fills the infield of
the Daytona International Speed-
way.
The Turkey Run is not only
Florida's biggest car show and
swap meet, but it is also the
biggest event of this type in the
southeast each year.


Turkey Run schedte-1ofefvents


Wednesday Nov 21, 2007
9 Registration: 5:00 to 9:00PM.
in front of the Daytona
International Speedway. There are
long lines at 5:00PM so please be
patient. If you register later in the
evening there is no delay.
* Mobile DYNO, FOOD, Music,
Car Raffle tickets, T-Shirts and
bunch of neat cars under the
lights! Be there!

Thursday Nov 22, 2007
* Gates 50 and 70 open for Car
Show Participants at 7:00 AM.
Spectator gates open at 8:00AM
Registration opens at 7:00 AM
inside the Speedway. Look for the
REGISTRATION BLIMP!
* Show ends at 4:00 PM.
* Registration and Turkey Run


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Cruise Night: 5:00 to 9:00PM. in
front of the Daytona Inter-nation-
al Speedway. There are long lines
at 5:00PM so please be patient. If
you register later in the evening
there is no delay.
* Nightime fun games start at
7:00. Trike races, Slow Drags,
Flamethrowers and Teeter-totter.
$100.00 to the winner of each
event.

Friday Nov 23, 2007
* Gates 50 and 70 open for Car
Show Participants at 7:00 AM.


*, Spectator gates open at
8:00ilAMI
* Registration opens at 7:00 AM
inside the Speedway. Look for the
REGISTRATION BLIMP! *
Door prizes begin at 2:00PM
behind the registration tent.
* Show ends at 4:00 PM.
* Registration and Turkey Run
Cruise Night 5:00pm 9:00pm. In
front of the Daytona International
Speedway.
* Nightiine fun games start at
6:00. Trike races, Slow Drags,
Flamethrowers and Teeter-totter.


$100.00 to the winner of each
event.
Saturday Nov 24, 2007
* Gates 50 and 70 open for Car
Show Participants at 7:00 AM.
* Spectator gates open at
8:00AM
* Registration opens at 7:00 AM
inside the Speedway.
* Door prizes begin at 2:00PM.
* Show ends at 4:00 PM.
* Turkey Run Cruise Night
begins at 5:00pm. In front of the
Daytona International Speed-way.
* NO REGISTRATION ON


SATURDAY NIGHT
* Nightime fun games start at
6:00. Trike races, Slow Drags,
Flamethrowers and Teeter-totter.
$200.00 to the winner of each
event.
* Car raffle at 9:00PM.

Sunday Nov 25, 2007
* Gates 50 and 70 open for Car
Show Participants at 7:00 AM.
* Spectator gates open at
8:00AM
* "Sunday Only" cars welcome!
* Registration opens at 7:00 AM
inside the Speedway.
* Church service begins at 9:30
AM at the stage behind regista-
tion.
* Door prizes begin at 1:00PM.
* Show ends at 4:00 PM.


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COPYRIGHT WHEELBASE COMMUNICATIONS


* Per Da\ General Admission to the Turke\
Run at Dajtiona International Speed'\ay is
1 5.110 on Thursda.\. Friday\ or Santurday
* $10 Sunda\
* Children Ae II and Under are Admitted
Free
* Parking is Free
General Admission Tickets can be pur-
chased each da\ of the e\ent at ticket booths
closest to SpeedaN Parking Areas.
Golf carts are not allowed except for staff
use Handicapped mobility aids must be
electric powered, not gas. There 0 ill be
handicapped chairs .alilable for rent at the
shoi\.

Parking
Parking for the General Public is in three
main parking areas on Speed%%a\ Propertm as
tollo, s:
* _Main Front Grandstand Lot alone LIS92
accessed through (Gates 25 or 2"
* East Lot at the comer of LiS92 and
!Nlid\a\ A\enue accessed \ia Nlid\at,
* \\est Lot accessed through Gate 40 on
\\illiamson Boule ard
* Free Parking for the General Public is also
available off site East of Nlidt\a\ A.enue
along Richard Pctrr Bouletard.
Sho'\ Car Parking on the Speed%'a.N
Infield can be accessed at the back of the
track off M id'way A\entie through either


The Daytona Beach
Racing & Recreational
Facilities District is a
public special district
(an independent govern-
mental entity) created in
1955. The District origi-
nally intended to build
Daytona International
Speed-way, but since
1957 the District has
leased the county-owned
speedway site to the
Inter-national Speedway
Corporation. ISC built the track
where the first Daytona 500 was
held in February 1959, and
where it stages the Rolex 24,
Pepsi 400 and motorcycle races
each year.


Gate 70 or Gate 50 on Thursday. Friday.
Saturday and Sunda,.
Participants in the S%,ap Meet. Car (Salei
Corral and Crafts Areas Enter the Speed%%ay
through Gate 41 off \\illiamson Bouleard at
the \Vest End of the Speed%%ay.

Mobility Assistance (No
Golf Carts Allowed)
* Scootaround Inc. (888) 441-7575
htp: ,\\\\\.scootaround.com rentals d da\-
tonaturkei run

Directions:
Daytona International Speeday\ is located
on LiSO2 1180l \V. International Speedway
Blhd.i in Daytona Beach. Florida. immedi-
ately adjacent to Daytona Beach
International Airport.
* Persons traveling north on I-P5 take E\it
261 to Lo eastbound on ULS92
* Persons trailing south on 1-05 take E\it
261 to go eastbound on US92


Beginning in 1989, The
District joined with the Daytona
Beach Street Rods to co-produce
the Turkey Run at Daytona
International Speedway. The
club handles the show car dis-


play at this event while
the district coordinates
general admission and
parking as well as the
swap meet, car (sale)
corral and crafts areas of
the Turkey Run.
The District also pro-
duces another event at
Daytona International
Speedway, the Spring
L Daytona Beach Car
Show and Swap Meet,
in late March each year,
which is Florida's second biggest
event of its kind. The district has
donated 2 million dollars for
recreational areas, improve-
ments, and support of local pro-
grams.


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There is nothing like heading over the river and
through the woods at Thanksgiving. And if it's to
grandma's house or Uncle Bill's, when your in
your RV, it is an adventure.
The American Automobile Association predicts
nearly 32 million Americans will be traveling by
plane, train, bus, car or RV over Thanksgiving
weekend. And, according to the AAA, 83% of
those planning to travel more than 100 miles for
holiday feasts will be going by car or RV. Higher
gas prices around the $3.00 mark per gallon this
year haven't slowed the flow.
The situation on the roads can get tense at times.
One of the most important rules of the road is "be
courteous to other drivers". Most RVs travel a lit-
tle slower than automobiles, particularly on hills.
Stay in the right hand lane when not passing other
vehicles, and allow faster traffic to pass you.
Expdrts are advising drivers to keep their cool.
"Realize there are several million people on the
samnie roads you are, and they're not there just to
annoy you. They're doing the same thing you are.
So try to take it easy, and not be so aggressive
towards other drivers," said a spokesman fdr the
American Automobile Association.
Thanksgiving holiday RVing trips often mean
packing up the kids. If you've ever been on a vaca-
tion with children, you know it can be a challenge.
Eileen Ogintz, a family travel columnist and moth-
er of three, likes to travel with her family so much
she wrote a book about it: "Are We There Yet? A
Parent's Guide to Fun Family Vacations."
RVers may find that children handle the restric-
tive conditions of seatbelts and sitting over long
distances badly, even though they're for their own
safety. "First of all, make sure every child has a
- *- backpack, let them help pack it themselves with
some of their favorite things." She also brings
along a kids' jokes book.
Ever heard a kid whine, "She's on my side!"?
Some parents have told Ogintz that a roll of mask-
ing tape helps them solve this problem. Whatever
its obvious use might be to you, for those parents,
it was a way to let kids mark off their own space.
For the "Are we there yet?" crowd, a laminated
map is good. They can mark off the route, and see
how far they've gone and maybe even learn to be
the future navigators in the process. Time will pass
more quickly with plenty of books, especially
books on tape, and holiday song tapes.
If you're going to be traveling at night, bring a
flashlight so children can read while you're driv-
ing. Water bottles, small stuffed animals, and plen-
ty of colored bandages are also good gear to bring
along.
"You'd be amazed how many kids insist they
need a Band-Aid when there's not one to be
found," Ogintz said. "And, if the going gets rough,
just toss them in the back and let them throw them
at each other."
But no matter how many distractions you pack,
children won't last more than a couple of hours at
a stretch without a break. "You can't take it, and
neither can they," Ogintz said. Plan to stop every
few hours to walk around sightseeing is OK if it's
available, but do something active. Don't expect
that kids will be able to go straight from sitting in


Woods in an RV
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the car to sitting in a restaurant.
Thanksgiving Da\ Parades are always a
favorite. The Macy's Thanksgiving Parade tradi-
tion began in 1924 when immigrant workers held
a public festival to herald the coming of
Christmas. The parade has missed just three years
since then, from 1942 through 1944 during World
War II.
While more than 45 million people were expect-
ed to watch the Macey's Parade from home, across
the country, other Thanksgiving parades will be
under way, from small-town America to virtually
every big city. Since you are already on the road,
try to plan one into your schedule.
Then there is Thanksgiving Dinner. At the first
Thanksgiving pilgrims and Native Americans each
contributed the foods they knew and grew, and in
386 years, the basic menu hasn't changed all that
much.
"We think turkey was part of it, but we're not'
certain," said food historian Jan Longone. "We
know that wild ducks were, we think lobster .w'
because it was so ubiquitous at that time, .a
squash and beans."
While the menu may not have changed nih,


some of the lsics, like corn, sure have. According
to food his/rians, today's Northern Flint maize
would be sailar to the corn the first Thanksgiving
participate /had. But, they probably didn't eat it on
the cob ith butter or salt. Most likely they
remove e kernels, ground them up and prepared
them a form of soup or put it with wood ash and
made ind of a hominy. Pumpkins have changed
too, thy weren't always bright, orange and plump.
The ,st pumpkins we had were very small,
gour type.things.
Iriearlier days, the sertlers might have cooked
thei:urkey on a spit, over an open fire. That's still
a possibility while RVing, but there are other alter-
n.ives. Food writer Scott Peacock suggests roast-
ig your turkey in an old-fashioned rotisserie. "It's
(great way of connecting back to a time when the
holidayy originated," he said. The rotisserie
Peacock uses is a tin reflector oven with one side
that opens. It sits on the ground, right in front of an
open fire, and you turn it by hand every 15 min-
utes. Peacock finds cooking on a fire hard but sat-
isfying. "You sweat, and you bum yourself," he
explained. A 10-pound turkey cooked this way will
be done in about three and a half hours.


Another challenging but satisfying way to cook
your turkey is on the grill. Food experts suggest
not to buy anything larger than a 12-pound turkey
if you want to smoke or grill it for Thanksgiving.
Anything larger will take too long to cook. A 12
pound turkey can take up to six hours. And every
45 minutes, you need to add live coals to keep the
fire smoldering.
Of course many RVs have full size ovens and
microwaves, and you can prepare a turkey just like
you would at home. But that takes a lot of the fun
out of it!
No matter which way you choose to cook your
bird and your stuffing, make sure everything is
well done. Stick a meat thermometer in the thick-
est part of the thigh, not touching a bone. When it's
done, the thermometer will read 180 to 185
degrees F.. The stuffing, if placed in the bird,
should reach 165 degrees, enough to kill any bac-
teria.
The drill starts all over again on Sunday, when
millions of families start heading back home. To.
cope with the stress of the round-trip travel, AAA
says, be patient, and have a sense of humor. After
all, it's a holiday weekend.


Learning the RV lingo


The, RV world uses some
terminology that may not
be understood by the RV
"newbie". Listed to the
right are some common
words used in the RV
World. You may decide
,to print this page as you
(might find this list help-
ful in learning the RV
lifestyle.
Arctic Package: A feature on an RV that adds
additional insulation, storm windows and heat
pads/strips for the holding tanks and water lines,
to enable the RV to be used in cold weather.
Axle Ratio: The ratio between the pinion and
ring gears in the differential that multiply the
torque provided by the engine. It is the number
of driveline revolutions required to turn the axle
one time. As an example, with a 4.10:1 axle the
driveline turns 4.1 times for each full axle revo-
lution. The higher the number, the more torque
and thus more towing power. However, the high-
er the number the slower your vehicle speed.
Backup Monitor: A camera in the back of a
motorhome, with the monitor positioned some-
where on the dashboard for the driver, to aid in
backing up the motorhome. It is also used while
driving to see the traffic behind and to keep an
eye on your towed vehicle. Ball Mount: The
part of the hitch system that supports the hitch
ball and connects it to the trailer coupler. Ball
mounts are available in load carrying and weight
distributing configurations. Basement: The stor-
age area below the floor of the RV, accessible
from the outside. Basement storage usually
refers to storage in a Class-A or Class-C
motorhome. Black Water: The toilet water
stored in a holding tank under an RV.
Boondocking: Camping in your RV without
water or electrical hook-ups. Brake
Controller: A control unit mounted inside the
vehicle that allows the electric brakes on the
trailer to become activated in harmony with the


braking o the tow
vehicle. ,he con-
Stroller cin also be
used toinanually
activate the trailer
brakes. Break-
Awa# System: A
systan designed to
automatically lock
the trailer brakes in
the event of a hitch failure, wheie the trailer may
break away from the tow vehicle. British
Thermal Unit (BTU): A measurement of heat
that refers to the quantity required to raise the
temperature of one pound of water one degree F.
(Fahrenheit). RV air conditioners and furnaces
are BTU-rated. Caravan: A group of three or
more RVs traveling together. Like a miniature
version of a 16-wheeler "convoy". Chassis: The
framework that supports the body and engine of
an RV. Class A
Motor home: Motor
home that range from
24'-40' in length.
Class B Motorhome:
Also known as camp
ing conversion vans.
Class B Motorhomes .
are built within the
dimension of a van
but with modification ., '
to provide basic liv- '^
ing accommodations.
Models usually range
from 16'-21' in length. Class C Motor Home:
Motorhomes that rangc from 16'-32' in length.
Converter: An electrical device for converting
120-volt AC power into 12-volt DC power. Most
RVs with electrical hookups will have a convert-
er, since many of the lights and some other
accessories run on 12-volt DC. Coupler: The
part of the trailer that attaches to the ball of the
hitch. Diesel Puller: The term for a motorhome
with the diesel engine mounted in the front of


the vehicle. Also know simply as a Puller.
Diesel Pusher: The term for a motorhome with
the diesel engine mounted in the rear of the vehi-
cle. Also know simply as a Pusher. Dinghy: A
car or other vehicless that is towed behind an RV.
Also known as the load. Dry Camping: Also
known as boondocking, dry camping refers to
camping without any hook-ups. It is namely
camping without hooking up to any electric.
sewer or water facilities. You can still have elec-
tric from your RV batteries and water from your
freshwater holding tank. Dry Weight: The
weight of the RV without any fuel, freshwater.
propane or passengers. Dump Station: A facili-
ty for dumping or emptying your black water
and gray water holding tanks. Equalizing
Hitch: A hitch that utilizes spring bars that are
placed under tension to distribute a portion of
the trailer's hitch weight to the tow vehicle's
front axle and the trailer's axles. This hitch is
also known as a
weight distributing
hitch. Fifth-Wheel
Trailers: Towable RV
that is designed to-be
coupled to a special
hitch that is mounted
" over the rear axel in
the bed of a pickup
truck. Fiver: A fifth-
wheel RV. FMCA:
Family Motor Coach
Association Fresh
Water Tank: A tank
in which fresh water is stored for later use. Full-
Timers: RVers who live in their RV year around.
DW: Dry weight. The weight of the RV with no
supplies, water, fuel, or passengers. Fold-down:
Also known as a "pop-up" or "camping" trailer.
A towable RV in which the upper half collapse
to make a compact, lightweight unit. GAWR:
Gross Axel Weight Rating. The maximun allow-
able wieght that an axel is designed to carry.
GCWR: Gross Combination Weight Rating. The


maximum allowable weight of the combination
of tow vehicle and trailer/fifth wheel, or motor
home and dinghy. It includes the weight of the
vehicle, trailer'fifth-w heel or dinghy). cargo,
passengers, and a full load of fluids (fresh water,
propane, fuel, etc.) Gray Water: The water
drainer from the sinks and shower in an RV.
GTWR: Gross Trailer Weight Rating. Maximum
allowable weight of a trailer, fully loaded with
cargo and fluids. GVWR: Gross vehicle Weight
Rating. The total allowable %%eight ofa vehicle
including passengers cargo. fluids, and hitch
weight. Hook-ups: The electrical and freshwa-
ter connections at each RV campsite.
Motorhome: An RV built on or as an integral
part of a self-propelled motor vehicle chassis,
combining transportation and liv ing quarters in
one unit. Newbie: Someone new to the RV
world. Pull-Through: RV campsites that allow
vehicles to drnve straight in and hook up without
ha\ ing to back in. RBR: Really Big Rig. RV:
Recreational I vehicle. Vehicles that combine
transportation and temporary living quarters for
recreation, camping, and travel. Slideout: An
option in many RVs where a portion of the unit
can expand to create more room in the RV.
Snowbirds: RVers who live in the warmer,
southern regions of the country during the winter
months. Tag-along: A towable, usually a travel
trailer. Towable: RVs designed to be towed by a
motorized vehicle (car, van, or pickup truck) and
of such size and weight as not to required special
highway movement permit. Towvable RVS do not
required permanent on-site hook-ups. Travel
Trailer: A Towable RV with an A-frame and
coupler that are attached to a ball mount on the
tow vehicle. Truck Camper: A unit loaded onto
or affixed to the bed or chassis of a pickup truck.
UVW: Unloaded vehicle weight. Weight of the
RV including factory-installed options, with
full LP-gas tank or cylinders. The UVW does
not include fresh water, dealer-installed acces-
sories, or gasoline/diesel fuel. VBR: Very Big
Rig.


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SPEED Announces 2008 Shoot


Schedule for PINKS All Out


JR Motorsports


Written by: David Harris Charlotte
SPEED, the definitive motorsports and
automotive lifestyle network, toda\ revealed the
2008 shoot schedule for PINKS All Out, the
popular spin-off program of hit reality series.
PINKS. This schedule marks the entirety of
episodes for Season Two. which is being pro-
duced entirely in the 720p high definition for-
mat.
Nine marketplaces %will host e ents in 2008.
starting with San Antonio Racewav on March 8
and wrapping up in 'Wine Country" at Infineon
Racevway in Sonoma, Calif., Sept. 6. April 19 is
the re-scheduled date for Gaines% ille iFla. i
Raceway, which is currently undergoing track
renovations, while Southwestern International
Raceway is hosting the first shoot of Season
Twvo this weekend in Tucson. Ariz.
Onl Gateway International Raceway (June
28) just outside St. Louis and Gaines, ille
Racena., hae hosted an original PINKS shoot
since the brand's premiere in July of 2005. This
will also be PINKS inaugural isits to the states
of Louisiana. Georgia, Ohio. Net. Jersey.
Colorado and California.
"We are excited about the direction we are
headed with our PINKS All Out events," said
Hunter Nickell, President of SPEED. "Not only
are \\e shooting a television show, but we're
also focusing our efforts on providing the audi-
ence with a festive and fun day at the local drag
strip.
"Eler since the first PINKS All Out at the
Texas Motorplex during Labor Day weekend in
2006, we have seen an astounding increase in
spectator attendance at these shoots." Nickell
continued. "For 2008, we wanted PINKS com-
petitors, fans and sponsors to hate an opportuni-
ty to mark their calendars early. Next year's
schedule %%ill once again introduce PINKS to an
ever-widening audience, pinpointing unique
marketplaces and exposing new\ fans."
For each shoot in 2008, PINKS All Out will
invite up to 450 grass roots drag racers to quali-
ft for a shot at the final PINKS All Out 16,
where competitors race for the lion's share of an
S 18.000 overall purse 1$ 10.000 to \win) and a
new. NAPA tool chest. Hosted by creator and
executive producer Rich Christensen and pro-
duced by Pullin Television out of Los Angeles.
the telex ision show rigors its on-air technical
advisors (brothers Nate and Adam Pritchettt to
select a field of 16 cars based upon a subjective
elapsed-time grouping determined through two
time-trial sessions. Prior to each Saturday shoot,
racers %will have the opportunity pre-register
their race cars and take pan in a Friday test n'
tune.
The PINKS All Out at-track experience offers
a variety of exhibitions and competitions, pro-
v iding on-track activities throughout the
Saturday shoot. In addition, a midway area pro-
vides local vendors, manufacturers, supporters
and local groups to elevate its involvement and
showcase their wares or talents, offering a vari-
ety of entertainment reminiscent of a 'county.
fair.'
"We started out producing a telex vision pro-
gram and in very short order %we've found our-
selves in the event business. attracting upwards
of 400 cars and drawing crowds sometimes in
excess of 25.000 spectators, many of whom
have never before attended a drag racing event."
said Robert Ecker. SPEED VP of Programming
and one of the show's Executive Producers. "As
such, we are \working very closely \ith each of
these tracks to forge a partnership that will pro-
vide the best possible entertainment experience
for fans, for competitors, for sponsors and for
the N iewers at home. It's been a blast so far and
we're only getting started."

2008 PINKS All Out Schedule*
(Pre-Regisrration & Test n' Tune Held Friday
Prior to Every Shoot)
DATE TRACK LOCATION WEB SITE
March 8 San Antonio Raceway San Antonio,
TX http;//h'www.sanantonioraceway.com. March
29 Red River Raceway Shreveport. LA
http:.'/v%-w\v.redriverrace\way.neL' April 19
Gainesville Racewa, Gaines% ille. FL
http:/,'www.gainesvilleracewa,.com, May 10
Atlanta Dragway Atlanta. GA
hnp:/v,'ww.atlantadragway.com; June 7 Summit
Nlotorsports Park Norxwalk. OH http:. "\vw.nor-
walkraceNway.com June 28 Gateway
International Racekwav St. Louis, MO
http:. 'ww'.gatewayraceway.com' July 26 Old
Bridge Township Raceway Park Englishtowin,
NJ http://www.racewaypark.com/ August 9
Bandimere Speedway Denver, CO
http://bandimere.com/ September 6 Infineon
Raceway Sonoma, CA http://www.infineonrace-
way.com/
*Dates & Locations Subject to Change; Rain
Dates Scheduled/or the Following Sunday


WHAT THIY ARE SAYING...

Don Robertstu, Gainesville Racewai'v President
& General Malager
"We are very excitedd about working with the
PINKS program gain. and look forward to
being able to share the shooting of the netw
PINKS All Out fomat with all the great fans in
our area. We've hai lots of interest from racers
and fans alike sincethe possibility of shooting
more episodes was trst mentioned. Racers from
all over the country tll us they want the chance
to run at our championship facility and try to
make the final cut for he show%. The many
improvements we'xe trade at the track in the
last year have added a h,st of upgrades for the
fans. and w\e expect the vowd will come from
all over the southeast to ejoy a wonderful l
experience."

Ray Wilkings, .tlanta Dra at'v General
Manager
Since the debut of the fIrstPINKS All Out
show, I have been asked consmntly by racers
and fans about the possibility if hosting the
show at Atlanta Dragway. Whe, I finally was
able to share the possibility of auall having
the show here, the reaction was ttmendous. We
have had racers travel to other vehies that ha\e
hosted the shooting hoping to be chosen for
their moment of fame. The Atlanta market
enjoys fast cars and great entertainment, so we
are all excited about the opportunity i 'welcom-
ing PINKS All Out to Atlanta. I'm coildent
that racers and race fans from all over e
Southeast will be here...so bring it on!"

Bill Bader, Jr., Summit Aotorsports Par'
President & General Manager
"PINKS All Out is one of the most innovative
entertainment packages on television today
Furthermore. the opportunity to attract such
large live audience for a "made-for-telex isio"
event makes PINKS All Out one of the most
dynamic and exciting events on our 2008 schel-
ule.
Our immediate marketing area: Northern
Ohio. Southeast Michigan and Western
Pennsy lvania, will receive the news with
tremendous excitement!"

Ed Krawiec, Old Bridge Township Raceway
Park Track Mlatager
"Raceway Park is really excited about hosting
a PINKS All Out. With the history and reputa-
tion that Englishtown and PINKS All Out have.
\e feel it will be the perfect chemistry for a
very exciting show. Our racers have proved in
past shows to be a hit with the TV audience and
now to have 400+ of them in one place, things
\\ill sure heat up on and off the track."

Jeff Sipes, Bandimere Spedwav Event
Coordinator M'iedia Relations
"As Bandimere Speedway celebrates our 50th
Anniversary season on 'Thunder Mountain',
PINKS All Out is a fantastic addition to our
action-packed 2008 schedule. We are sure that
motorsports fans from all across the region will
converge on this historic quarter-mile track in
August to be a part of the PINKS television
phenomenon trying to race their %\a\ to the
$10,000 reward. or to witness the speed, passion
and excitement of drag racing in Colorado.
PINKS-style."

Steve Page, Infineon Raceway President &
General Manager
"PINKS All Out is a terrific concept, not onl\
as a television program. but also as a track event
for the regional drag racing community. We're
delighted that SPEED has selected Infineon
Racewai to anchor the PINKS schedule in
2008."

PINKS All Out can be seen on SPEED every
Thursday night at 9p.m. ET/6p.m. Pacific
only on SPEED. For more information on
contestant entry or to purchase spectator tick-
ets, please log onto www.SPEEDtv.com, or
check the aforementionedfacilities'websites.
SPEED is the nation's first and foremost
cable tele vision net ork dedicated to motor
sports and the passion for everything automo-
tive. From racing to restoration, motorcycles to
movies, SPEED delivers quality programming
from the track to the garage. Now available in
more than 78 million homes in North America,
SPEED is among the fastest-growing sports
cable networks in the country and, the home to
NASCAR on SPEED and an industry leader in
interactive TV, video on demand, mobile initia-
tives and broadband services. For more informa-
tion. please isit SPEEDtv.com. the online
motor sports authority.


Launches Circle of Fans


Nov 13, 2007 MOORESVILLE, N.C. Just in
time for the holiday season JR Motorsports is
offering race fans a chance to leave a lasting
impression on the headquarters for NASCAR
NEXTEL Cup driver Dale Eamhardt Jr. with the
JR Motorsports Circle of Fans.
The Circle of Fans is located outside the
entrance to JR Nation, the first-ever retail store
exclusive to Earnhardt Jr. and his JR Motorsports
brand and home of the "Dale Jr. Fan Experience."
A total of 1,788 4x8-inch bricks make up this spe-
cial area in front of JR Nation and each brick is
customizable with up to two lines of copy with 17
characters on each line.
The bricks are $159.95 each and come with a
limited edition 1:24-scale diecast replica of the JR
Motorsports No. 17 street stock car the very first
race car fielded by Eamhardt Jr.'s team in 2002.
Replica bricks are also available for an additional
$39.95 each.
"We've had so many visitors at JR Nation
who've wanted to leave a message for Dale Jr., so
we thought the Circle of Fans would provide the
perfect opportunity for fans to leave a lasting mark
here at JR Motorsports," said Shannon Reel, JR
Nation store manager. "With this special program
fans can create their own customized message.


"With the holidays upon us, these personalized
bricks make great gifts for the Dale Jr. fan who has
everything."
The bricks are available for purchase in-store at
JR Nation and order forms are also up on
www.dalejr.com.
A portion of each purchase benefits the
Exchange-SCAN of Iredell County, which fights
child abuse through education and awareness
training, health and daycare providers, parental
aide programs, parental support groups and home-
based intervention programs.
For more information on the Circle of Fans,
please visit www.dalejr.com.

ABOUT JR MOTORSPORTS:
Established in 1999, JR Motorsports is the man-
agement company and racing operation for profes-
sional stock car driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. JRM
competes in multiple racing series, including the
NASCAR Busch Series and USAR Hooters Pro
Cup Series. In 2007, JR Motorsports celebrated
the grand opening of its new 66,000-square foot
shop and office building, which includes the JR
Nation retail store and Dale Jr. Fan Experience.
For more information on JR Motorsports, visit
www.jrmotorsport.com and www.dalejr.com.


Top 10 Holiday Gifts for the


NASCAR Fan on Your List


Nkv 13, 2007 CHARLOTTE,
NC 'November 12, 2007) -
WhenSanta arrives this holiday
season, his sleigh will be pack-
ing a (t more horsepower than
his eighxtiny reindeer can deliv-
er thanks to full sack of the
hottest NASCAR-themed gifts.
Motorsplrts Authentics' new
collection for the holiday gift-
giving season offers something
spectacular for every NASCAR
fan on your gft list. So what are
the top 10 presents that are sure
to make the NASCAR fan starry
eyed this season?
1. New colors. New number.
New image. Get your new offi-
cially licensed Dale Jr. swag and
turn the grandstands into a sea of
navy and green. Revving up in
2008, Dale Earnhardt Jr. will
make his historic start piloting
the #88 Mountain Dew/Amp and
National Guard Chevy for
Hendrick Motorsports. Wear
what the drivers wear with
Chase Authentics, the Official
Trackside Apparel of NASCAR.
Chase has Jr. fans covered head
to toe with hats, tees, uniform
jackets and everything in
between. You've seen Jr.'s cars,
now pre-order your own ARC
die-cast from goracing.com and
add these historic pieces to your
collection. Gear up for a trip to
the track with the new Dale Jr.
lanyards, backpacks, coolers and
other novelty items sure to make
your tailgate the cream of the
crop. For holiday gifts big and
small, visit goracing.com for all
your NASCAR gear.
2. A SIRIUS Satellite Radio
tuned to "NASCAR Collector"
on channel 128 is the way to ring


in the season and discover what
your collection of NASCAR
memorabilia is really worth! It's
a must-have for NASCAR fans
and collectors and is available at
sirius.com.
3. A lifetime membership to
the Racing Collectables Club of
America (RCCA) for only.
$19.95 gives access to exclusive
NASCAR die-cast and collecta-
ble merchandise. Check out
rccamembers.com to learn more
and to gain exclusive access.
4. Celebrate the life of
NASCAR legend Dale
Earnhardt Sr. with exclusive
Dale the Movie merchandise
from Motorsports Authentics.
Twelve of Dale Sr.'s most mem-
orable racing moments inspired
the 1:24-scale die-cast set which
are available individually for
purchase trackside, MA author-
ized dealers and goracing.com
($6.95 $89.95).
5. Forget the sugar plums,
NASCAR fans have visions of'
Santa, reindeer and snowflake
paint schemes dancing in their
heads. Secure this years Sam
Bass Holiday Collection of die-
cast offered by Motorsports
Authentics for the collector on
your list! Collect all twelve at
goracing.com ($69.95).
6. On February 17, 2008,
Daytona International Speedway
will host the most anticipated
event in racing history... the 50th
Running of the Daytona 500.
"The Great American Race"
holds a place in motorsports' his-
tory that is unmatched. In this
commemorative year, NASCAR
fans have the opportunity to be
part of this historic celebration


by purchasing our unique line-up
of merchandise which includes
fantasy and historic ARC die-
cast, Chase Authentics apparel,
and a variety of novelty items.
Created with the true NASCAR
fan in mind, the design of these
products honors our sport's great
history incorporating memo-
rable images from past and pres-
ent. Available trackside, gorac-
ing.com, MA Authorized
Dealers, and rccamembers.com.
7. Look hot while keeping
your favorite beverages cool
with the new Uniform Backpack
Cooler from. Motorsports
Authentics. These coolers mimic
the look of your favorite
NASCAR driver's uniform and
is an easy carry-all for a day at
the races! Available at gorac-
ing.com ($15.00).
8. Ladies stay warm this win-
ter with the new fall line-up from
Chase Authentics. Cozy hoodies,
vintage layered tees and uniform
jackets will keep you looking
good! Available at goracing.com
($25.00 $59.00).
9. When the checkered flag
drops at Homestead and the
2008 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup
Champion is crowned, you can
wear what the Champion will be
wearing! Pick up the Official
Championship gear trackside or
online at goracing.com.
10. Trim the tree this season
with NASCAR holiday orna-
ments from Trevco! Distinctive
driver figurines and car orna-
ments adorning your tree capture -
the spirit of every NASCAR fan.
Available at Wal-Mart, Kmart,
Garden Ridge, Lowe's and other
mass retailers ($5.99 $14.99).


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and on store shelves at major
retail outlets later in November
MILPITAS, CA (Nov. 1,
2007) SPOT Inc. today
announced that
SPOT, the
world's first


satellite mes-
senger, is
available for
purchase and
activation.
SPOT is now
offering the
messenger


and service online at www.find-
mespot.com. In addition, major
outdoor, online, wireless and
electronics retailers will carry
limited stock of SPOT later in
November, in time for the holi-
day gift-giving season.
Small, rugged and simple to
use, the SPOT satellite messen-
ger is a lifesaving device
designed to improve personal
safety for the millions of people
who spend time in the outdoors
- whether for recreation, work or
daily life. With the push of a but-
ton, SPOT can transmit a user's
exact location and message to a
9-1-1 emergency call center in
times of need, or to friends, fam-
ily or co-workers to request help,
track their location, or just keep
in touch. Because SPOT sends a
user's exact GPS satellite loca-
tion over a commercial satellite
network, SPOT works in much
of the world regardless of cellu-
lar coverage. Viewing messages
and locations is easy using the
SPOT Web service with includ-
ed Google MapsTM technology.
"All of us have heard the news
stories of people getting lost,.
stranded or worse in mountains
or remote areas, and we've all
wondered what would we do
when caught in those same dan-
gerous or potentially life-threat-
ening situations," said -Dennis
Allen, Senior Vice President of
Sales, SPOT Inc. "Now, with
SPOT, you can send a message
for help or tell family members,
friends or the authorities exactly
where to find you using GPS
accuracy, and at a price most
people can afford. In addition to
outdoor enthusiasts, SPOT also
helps the millions of people who
desire the peace of mind of
maintaining contact in the face
of limited cellular coverage or as
a back-up communication plan
for natural disasters, such as the
recent hurricanes in the
Southeast or the wildfires on the
West Coast. If you have a cell
phone, you need a SPOT."
SPOT message and tracking
functions enable users to send
messages to friends, family or
emergency responders, based on
varying levels of need and to
visually track the location of the
SPOT satellite messenger:
Alert 9-1-1 signals an emer-
gency response center to dis-
patch emergency responders to
an exact location
Ask for Help sends a request
for help to friends and family
Check In lets contacts know
where you are and that you are
OK
Track Progress sends and
saves your location and allows
your selected contacts to track
your progress using Google
Maps and wwwv.findmespot.com
with password-protected securi-
ty.
"We are excited to meet this
critical safety need," added Mr.
Allen. "We are proud to provide
a product that can offer more
security to millions of people
because of its lifesaving commu-
nication capability and useful
services for daily life, such as
checking in, or tracking your
location. Since our announce-
ment at the Outdoor Retailer
Show in August, bloggers, mag-
azines, newspapers and retailers
around the country have fallen in
love with the SPOT messenger.
Now, we are very pleased to be
able to offer it to the public on
Nov. 1."
As featured in Popular
Science, MacWorld, U.S. News
& World Report and The
Washington Post, among others,


the SPOT messenger provides
consumers peace of mind
whether they're signaling for
emergency responders or check-
ing-in with a spouse or friend.
SPOT is only seven ounces and
uses convenient and easy-to-
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He loved NASCAR
and everyone around it.
i th a deep hagh and a smile the size ofNorth
Calin/a. Benny Parsons would do anything to
promote it. He loved driving and did it well for
inmore than 20 years. He loved talking about
.\ NASCJR amnd did that well for another 20 on


for complete
portability.
When pow-
' ered on, it has
a standby
battery life of
12 months.
The SPOT
messenger
also floats
and its rugged


waterproof construction is engi-
neered to withstand a wide vari-
ety of extreme environmental
shock and temperature condi-
tions.
"As an avid outdoorsman, I
saw the lifesaving value of the
SPOT messenger for outdoor
.adventurers even before I used it
myself," said Henry Waszczuk,
host of two nationally-televised
outdoor shows, 'Fins & Skins'
and 'Fishing the Flats.' "The
way I see it, the SPOT messen-
ger takes the search out of search
and rescue. However, when I
actually tested all of the func-
tions of this little product, I was
very excited about the potential
for SPOT to provide peace of
mind for outdoor enthusiasts in
many other situations whether
you are hunting, camping, fish-
ing, boating, or mountain climb-
ing. SPOT is a must for any out-
door activity. I can now send
updates on my whereabouts
while traveling for work, let my
family know I'm OK while
deep-sea fishing, and have a
back-up plan in case my truck
breaks down on the way to
another TV shoot. Without ques-
tion, SPOT is one of the most
amazing new products for the
avid outdoorsman."
Pricing
The SPOT satellite messenger
will be available through major
sporting goods, wireless, and
electronics retailers across the
U.S. and online through the
company's Web site, www.find-
mespot.com. The SPOT messen-
ger will be available for $169.99
USD online (MSRP unit price
may vary by retail location).
Initially, annual service fees will
be offered at $99.99 USD. Later,
monthly and multi-year options
will be available. Optional fea-
tures include an automatic track-
ing service for $49.99 and a pri-
vate rescue service for countries
or regions with non-responsive
emergency services for $7.95.
Coverage
SPOT works in much of the
world, including virtually the
entire continental United States,
Canada, Mexico, Europe and
Australia, portions of South
America, Northern Africa and
Northeastern Asia, and hundreds
of thousands of miles offshore of
these areas. SPOT uses the GPS
satellite system to determine a
user's location and a commercial
satellite network to transmit that
location and the user's status.
Product Specifications
Approximate dimensions:
4.38 X 2.75 X 1.5 inches
Operating Temperature Range: -
40 to 185 degrees Fahrenheit
Weight: 7.37 ounces
Altitude: -300 feet to 21,000 feet
About SPOT Inc.
The SPOT satellite messenger
the world's first satellite messen-
ger, uses both the GPS satellite
network to determine a cus-
tomer 's location and the SPOT
network to transmit that infor-
mation to friends, family or an
emergency service center. SPOT
Inc., a subsidiary or Globalstar,
Inc. (NASDAQ: GSAT), provides
lifesaving communications tech-
nology that allows users to com-
municate from remote locations
around the globe. Thanks to this
affordable, cutting-edge person-
al safety device, the company
offers people unmatched peace
of mind by allowing customers
to notify friends and family of
their location and status, and to
send for emergency assistance in
time of need, completely inde-
pendent of cellular phone or
wireless coverage.


he was raised by his grandmother He got his start driving a ta'i for his
father gas station and cab company. When he began driving race
cars in his early 20s on the ARCA circuit in North Carolina the
minor leagues ofstock-car racing he even listed "taxicab driv-
er" as his official occupation. Eventually, given a shot, he drove
his way into a NASCAR ride. Parsons made 526 starts from .
1964 until he retired in 1988, ending his career with 283
top-JO finishes and earning more than $4 million. He led at
least one lap in an astonishing 192 races. In 1973, with only
three years of full-time driving on the circuit, he grabbed his
first and only NASCAR season title despite winning only one of
the 28 races thatyear His consistency of placing high in the stand-
ings did it for him. Parsons began working in the 1980s as a T 'pit
reporter when he was driving a partial schedule. Eventually he mo ied
into the broadcast booth full time and became a track fixture where his
experience and ability to talk about NASCAR so fans could understand
it really shone through. It was a great ride that came to a premature emnd
as Parsons died from complications treating lung cancer He wias just
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