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Title: Citrus County chronicle
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
Inverness, Fla
Publication Date: January 8, 2008
Copyright Date: 2008
Frequency: daily[<1987-1995>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Inverness (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Citrus -- Inverness
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 48, no. 51 (June 8, 1939).
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Volume ID: VID01121
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Bruised and battered, Robert Clark tearfully recalls the inspiration for his survival during a 14-hour ordeal clinging to his sub*
merged boat in the Gulf of Mexico this weekend. He said it was his 6-year-old daughter that kept him motivated to IIve-


Robert Clark was rescued after ~TPending the


night in fry waters
friends called and said they were post-
poning the trip because of a freeze
warning. With his fishing gear all
packed up and his boat in tow, Clark
was determined to continue, but just a
little closer.
He stopped at the boat ramp under
the barge canal bridge in northern
Citrus County and began fishing the
canal to no avail. That's when he decid-
ed to venture out through the channel
markers and then swing around near
the coast for better fishing.
Clark's 18-foot Chris Craft bow rider
sits about 6 inches above the water, but
the lifelong fisherman has never been
completely swamped before; however


CaesTY Lorris
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
When four boaters pulled a naked and
shivering stranded boater from the Gulf of
Mexico on Sunday, they answered the
prayers of a man who spent the night
drifting alone in the water
While Robert Clark, 43, is recovering
from hypothermia, he feels lucky to be
alive.
Clark was stopped saturday night at
the furthest channel marker west of the
barge canal to rig his fishing poles when
his 18-foot boat was swamped by a boat
speeding through the channel. From


boat's bow still above the water.
"I think it's time to go to church this
weekend and thank the Lord for
answering my prayers," Clark said.
Now he's recovering at Seven Rivers
Regional Medical Center' and is expect-
ed to return home today if his low blood
pressure returns to normal.
Clark said it was thinking about his 6-
year-old daughter, Lauren, that kept
him hopeful and determined to make it
out of the water alive.
"I don't know my dad," Clark said. "I
just kept seeing images of her, and I
said, 'No, I've got to go home.' "
His terrifying experience began
when he agreed to meet some friends at


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van at the time of the crash.
The arrest report listed him as
being homeless.
Hardin was walking in the
southbound lane when he was
hit by the van's door. His head
smashed the van door window
and Florida Highway Patrol
investigators said his body was
temporarily hung up on the
door When he fell to the pave-
ment, two other cars ran over
his legs.
The defense attempted to
prove that Hardin was partial-
ly responsible for his own
death because he was drunk at


the time he was killed. An acci-
dent reconstruction specialist
attempted to show that Hardin
may have been hit and stunned
by the van's door, but managed
to walk into the road and was
struck and killed by a second
vehicle.
Assistant State Attorney Bill
Cato, however; produced
expert witness testimony from
the FHP indicating that the
van door killed Hardin. The
impact caused the spinal col-
umn to be severed from the
brain, resulting in Hardin's
death, according to testimony.


Tenny Wrry
terrywitt@chronicleline
Chronicle
A 65-year-old Hernando man
has been sentenced to 10 1/2
years in prison for an alcohol
related traffic accident last
year that killed a pedestrian.
Billy Roth Duncan was con-
victed in a jury trial on Nov 16
of DUI-manslaughter in con-
nection with the death of Greg
Hardin on May 20, 2006.
Hardin was walking along
U.S. 41 north of Inverness
when an open door on


Duncan's van struck and killed
him.
Duncan's blood alcohol level
was .213 percent, far in excess
of the state's legal limit of .08
percent. The victim's blood
alcohol level was .222 percent.
Circuit Judge Ric Howard
recommended Duncan be sent
to a state prison facility for
inmates at least 65 years of age
when a bed becomes available.
Howard also sentenced
Duncan to serve 3 1/2 years of
probation after he completes
his prison sentence.
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A state conservation agency
said Monday a preliminary
report shows 317 manatees died
in Florida waters in 2007, 100
less than the previous year, and
well below the five-year-average
of355
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission said
watercraft strikes and red tide
continued to contribute to a high
percentage of manatee deaths
across the state, accounting for
more than half of the total
deaths in 2007 where scientists
could determine the cause.
Necropsy results revealed
that watercraft strikes resulted
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FWC said the preliminary
report showed 12 manatees
died in Citrus County waters in
2007 including five from
watercraft collisions, three
around the time of birth, two
natural and two undeter-
mined.
The 12 deaths last year was
an increase from 2006 when 10
nianatees died in Citrus
County waters, but a decrease
from 2005 when 18 manatees
died here. Seven manatees
died in Citrus waters in 2004
10 in 2003, and nine manatees
in 2002
Agency researchers reported
that watercraft and red tide-
related deaths were high in
Southwest Florida. The combi-
nation of these factors was iden-
tified as a concern for this
region in the recently approved
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and emerging threats to mana-
tees, an endangered species
under state and federal law.
A recent report analyzing
threats to species, co-authored
by researchers from the
United States Geological
Survey and FWC, pointed to
watercraft-related mortality as
the most significant long-term
threat to the manatee popula-
tion. However, watercraft-
related deaths in 2007 were
below the five-year average.
To report a dead or injured
manatee, call the FWC
Wildlife Alert hotline at (888)
404-3922.


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On behalf of those we serve we want to say thank you to all the citizens of Citrus County who
were generous with their gift of time this Christmas Season. Because of you, we were able to
serve well over 1,000 men, women and children right here in Citrus County giving them the
opportunity to celebrate Thanksgiving and Christmas with all the essentials. Below is a list of
many of the Churches and Organizations that helped The Salvation Army to fulfill its mission.*


Inverness Garden Club
Inverness Women's Club
Kings Bay Rotary Club
Knights of Columbus
Korean War Vets
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Lions Club of Crystal River
Lions Club of Inverness
Lions Club of Kings Bay Crystal River
Masonic Lodge #5378
Middle School PGSA
National Honors Society of Citrus High
Precious Peaches Red Hat Society
Realty Select
Redeemer Presbyterian Church
Retread Motorcycle Club
River Haven
Rotary Club of Central Citrus County
Rotary Club of Crystal River
Rotary Club of Inverness
Shepherd of The Hills Episcopal Church
TeaPot Tootsies Red Hat Society
Wet & Wild Water Lillie's Red Hat Society
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If we omitted your name, we apologize.
All volunteer groups are appreciated.
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Sincerely'
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Corps Officer
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American Legion
Bank Of Inverness
Beverly Hills Community Church
Calvary Bible Church
Central Florida Community College
Church of God of Inverness
Cornerstone Baptist
Crystal River Garden Club
Crystal River United Methodist Church .
Crystal River Women's Club
Faith Baptist Church
Faith Lutheran
First Assembly of God-inverness
First Baptist Church of Floral City
First Church of God
First Presbyterian Church of Inverness
First United Methodist Church of Homosassa
First United Methodist Church of Inverness
Floral City Garden Club
Floral City United Methodist Church
Foxy Ladies Red Hat Society
Ft. Cooper Church
Gold Wing Road Riders Assoc.
Hernando Civic Center
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Holland Foundation
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Citrus County
Downtown Democrat


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all registered Democrats.
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club's Web site is
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For additional information, call
the club secretary, Phronsie
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Inverness City
Council meets today
The Invemess City Council
will meet at 5:30 p.m. today to
discuss a Florida League of
Cities legislative resolution and
a presentation on Tompkins
ei bemoen to the
Florida League of Cities, which
lobbies the Florida Legislature
during the session. The league
wants member cities to support
is views on growth manage-
ment, community development,
taxation and community redevel-
opment, among other things.
The council will view a con-
ceptual plan for Tompkins Street.
The street won't be three-laned
or four-laned, but improvements
are proposed for the sidewalk,
and turn lanes will be added at
Line Street. The council will also
meet on Jan. 15, same time.
The holidays have altered regu-
lar meeting days.


Whooping cranes head through Ga.


the migration route to allow the pilots and
birds to rest between flights. They will
then enter Florida for the final push
toward their migration destination at the
Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge.
On the verge of extinction in the 1940s,
today there are only about 350 whooping
cranes in the wild, 59 ofthem in the Eastern
Migration Population. This is the result of
work by the Whooping Crane Eastern
Partnership (WCEP), an international
coalition of public and private groups that
since 2001 has been reintroducing whoop-
ing cranes to their historic range.
For more information about WCEP visit
www.bringhacidheeranes.org.


Special to the Chronicle
HARALSON COUNTY, Ga. The
"cranes and planes" have made their sec-
ond hop through Georgia for this year's
migration.
The 17 endangered whooping crane
chicks and their surrogate parents -
Operation Migration's four ultralight air-
craft arrived Monday in Haralson
County, about 40 miles west of Atlanta.
They have flown 854 miles of their 1,260-
mile ourn from Necedah National
Wildlife Refuge in central wisconsin to
Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge
along Florida's Gulf Coast,


"This is by far the longest time it has
taken us to make the migration," said Liz
Condie of Operation Migration. "We think
that the La Nifia weather pattern may be
the reason the wind patterns have slowed
our progress this year"
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until this year was Dec. 19, 2006, a migra-
tion that took 76 days. The migration this
year began on Oct. 13, 2007.
On the next legs of the migration,
Operation Migration's ultralights will lead
the "Class of 2007" through Georgia, with
stopovers in Pike and Terrell counties;
some of the many preplanned stopovers
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anchor and got a GPS reading
of the location. An ambulance
met them at a Yankeetown boat
dock.
According to Seven Rivers
spokeswoman Dorothy Pernu,
Clark was diagnosed with
hypothermia. His legs and
stomach are also covered with
burns. Clark figures they are
either from jellyfish or the fuel
leaking from the boat.
"Every muscle in my body
hurts," Clark said.
Growing near the coast of
Maine, Clark has spent much of
the free time throughout his life
On the water He said fishing
alone still won't scare him, but
he'll think twice before going out
at night. He'll also put his cell
phone in a waterproofbag.
Clark was thankful to the
men that rescued him. He
wished he had been able to talk
with them more that morning
and ask them questions like
how the fishing was that day.
Woodward told a reporter
the fishing was great: "We
never fished a person out of the
ocean before."


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Petersburg, the water tempera-
ture was between 59 and 62
degrees. The air was about 63
degrees.
"I was just hoping for daylight
so I could be rescued," Clark
said.
When morning came, an
immediate rescue did not.
Clark figures he saw about a
half dozen boats, but no matter
how much he yelled and threw
his life jacket into the air; no
one saw him.
After hours of dashed hopes,
Clark said that he saw a boat
about a mile away that hadn't
moved in awhile and seemed
likely to stay.
"They always tell you to stay
with the boat, but at that point
I was going crazy," Clark said.
When he tried swimming
away he realized his clothes
and ripped pants and under-
wear were weighing him down
and slowing his progress.
He stripped down to nothing
but a T-shirt and life jacket and
set out to be rescued.
About that time a boat of four
Leesburg residents, Matt


Woodard, Mark Miller, James
Selsor and Wayne McKinney,
saw Clark's bow sticking out
fiom the water in the distance.
Curious of what the object
was, they drove closer,
Woodward, 36, said.
When they got to the boat
they found Clark's strewn
clothes and turned off their
engine only to hear Clark
yelling. At about noon they
were able to find where the
shouts were coming from -
about a mile away.
"We couldn't see him for
awhile because he was so low
to the water," Woodward said.
Clark and his boat were
about 16 miles from shore and
about 7 miles from where he
began.
When the men pulled Clark
from the water they gave him
clothes and water,
"He was about as cold as a
person I'd ever seen,"
Woodward said. "He couldn't
stop shaking. He was disorien-
tated. It had to be a terrible
experience."
They tied the boat off with an


Citrus County Sheriff
Arrests
a Ryan Keith Riggs, 22, 5510
11ablon Terrace, Homosassa, at
5:25 p.m. Friday on charges of
grand theft, burglary and petit theft.
Riggs said he was involved in a theft
of two kayaks and two oars along
with some beer from a boat. He said
that there was another person
involved and agreed to cooperate in
exchange for being released on his
own recognizance-
a Leroy D. Waters, 45, 513
Califomia St., Beverly Hills, at 12:40
a.m. Saturday on a charge of driving
with a suspended/revoked license.
Bond $500.
m William Richard McGuire Jr.,
22, 5850 S.E. 30th Court, Ocala, at
2:34 a.m. Saturday on an Orange
County warrant for failure to appear
in reference to a felony charge of
possession of cocaine. No bond.
a Richard Harris, 22, 1304 S.W.
5th Court, Fort Lauderdale, at 11:27
a.m. Saturday on a grand theft
charge. Bond $5,000.
a Joshua Bo Montgomery, 25,
7822 W. Sherwood Lane, Crystal
River, at 2:55 p.m. Saturday on a
Citrus County warrant charge for
violation of probation in reference to


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when a boat sped by about 40
yards away, the tail end of his
boat began taking on water As
the boat quickly began sinking,
Clark grabbed his cell phone
fl'om a pocket and tried calling
his wife, but the phone was wet
and the signal didn't go
through. Once the stern flood-
ed, the boat sank except for a
small portion of the stern,
which was supported by air
within the boat.
Life jackets floated to him
and Clark put one on.
Amazingly enough, he said his
Florida Gator Starter jacket
not only kept him warm, but
also helped keep him afloat.
"I stood on the windshield
and held onto the bow most of
the night," Clark said.
A few times he managed to
sit up on the bow, but he was
never completely out of the
water According to the United
States Coast Guard in St.


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an original felony case of burglary
and use of a blank, forged or stolen
driver license. No bond.
Crystal River Police
Arrest
a Robert Dale Martin, 23, 6259
W. Patriot St., Homosassa, at 1:58
a.m. Friday on charges of posses-
sion of more than 10 grams of mari-
juana and giving a false name or
false identity to law enforcement. He
was additionally charged with a
Citrus County warrant for violation of
probation in reference to an original
charge of possession of drug para-
phemalia. No bond.
State Probation
Arrest
a Michael Scott Layman, 35,
6650 W. Holiday St., Homosassa, at
12:39 p.m. Thursday on a violation
of probation charge in reference to
original felony charges of theft and
making a cash deposit bank item
with intent to defraud. No bond.


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Roger Mullins, 63
INVERNESS
Roger Deem Mullins, 63,
Inverness, died Sunday, JaIi. 6,
2008, at Citrus
Memorial .
Health System.
Born March
27, 1944, in
Van, W.Va., to
Dewey and Beatrice (Deem)
Mullins, he came to this area in
2006 from Homestead.
Mr Mullins served in the II.S.
Army, having achieved a rank of
master sergeant, with two tours
in Vietnam. He also served as a
recruiting officer in the Farm-
ville, Va., area for many years.
He enjoyed the History and
Discovery channels on televi-
sion and genealogy searches.
He was preceded in death by
One brother and one sister.
Survivors include his wife of
four years, Mary Ann Mullins of
Inverness; three daughters, Tina,
Shannon Avery and husband
Douglas of Baltimore, Md., and
Shay Wallace and husband Eric
of Winston-Salem, N.C.; three
stepdaughtersCherylDiazofMi-
ami, Brenda Budowski of Citrus
Springs and Julia Ferrer of Mia-
mi; one brother, Charles Mullins
and wife Barbara of Virginia;
three sisters, JoAnn White and
husband Buck of Farmville, Va.,
Susie Hall and husband Johnny
of Cape Coral and Shelda Coffey
andhusbandEdofMyrtleBeach,
S.C.; six grandchildren; and five
step-grandchildren.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home
with Crematory, Inverness.

Please see DEATHS/Page 9A


bie" Harrington and husband
Walter of Homosassa; two step-
daughters, Shirley Tompkins
and husband Bob of Spring,
Texas, and Margaret Wills and
husband Herb of Winter Haven;
brother, Leland Redding of
Oldtown; 15 grandchildren; and
several great-grandchildren.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Homosassa.

Geraldine 'Gerri'
Klest, 47
DUN NELLON
Geraldine R. "Gerri" Klest,
47, Dunnellon, died Sunday,
Jan. 6, 2008, at home under the
care of her family.
She was born Sept 1, 1960, in
Chicago, Ill. She was -the
youngest of six children. She
moved here in October 2007
from Naples, where she had
lived for six years, moving there
from the Rockford, Ill., area.
For several years, she worked
as a secretary involved with
financial planning for
Cummings and Lockwood
Attorneys, Naples. She lilso
worked as a private and legal
secretary withotherbusinesses.
She enjoyed reading, travel-
ing, gardening and spending
time with her dog, "her buddy,"
Nash.
She was Catholic.
Her parents, Thomas J. and
Ellen (Mueller) Klest, preced-
ed her in death.
Survivors include her life
companion, Charles Mentzel of
Dunnellon; three brothers,
Andrew Klest of Redondo
Beach, Calif., Edward Klest of
Atlanta, Ga., and Thomas Klest


of Glen Ellyn, Ill.; two sisters,
Laura Czermak of Des Plaines,
Ill., and Maryann Voss of
Merrif1eld, Minn.; and numer-
ous nieces, nephews and other
close family members.
Memorial donations may be
given to Hospice of Marion
County, PO. Box 4860, Ocala, FL
34478 or the American Cancer
Society, Attn: June Downey,
1100 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Kansas City, MO 64105.
Roberts Funeral Home with
Crematory, Dunnellon.

Margaret
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PA LM COAST
MargaretAnnMetcalfe,86, of
Palm Coast, died Sunday, Jan.
6, 2008, at the Hospice of Citrus
County Hospice House in
Lecanto.
Mrs. Metcalfe was born Jan.
26, 1921, in Columbus, Ohio, to
Erhold and Margaret (Kirch)
Gunther.
She was a homemaker and
her...enjoyments in life were
reading, playing bridge and
workingerosswordpuzzles.
She was Presbyterian,
Her husband, Harold C.
Metcalfe, preceded her in
death April 2, 2001.
Survivors include her son,
William C. "Bill" Metcalfe and
wife Susan of Inverness;
daughter, Janet Phillips and
husband Richard of Lincoln,
Neb.; sister, Nida McGibbeny
and husband Herbert of Palm
Coast; four grandchildren; and
one great-grandchild.
Chas. E. Davis Flmeral Home
with Crematory, Inverness.


Lucille Albee, 94
ALBU Q U ER Q U E '

Lucille Albee, 94, a longtime
resident of Albuquerque, N.M.,
died Saturday, Jan. 5, 2008.
She was born in Illinois and
moved to Albuquerque in 1957.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, Kieth Albee in
1977; two grandchildren; four
sisters and a brother.
She is survived by three chil-
dren, Donna Scheesley of
Hernando, Kieth Albee and
wife Sue of Albuquerque, N.M.,
and Sharon Harris and hus-
band Don of Albuquerque,
N.M.; five grandchildren; 10
great-grandchildren; six great-
great grandchildren; and sis-
ters Irene Foreman of
Bloomington, Ill., and Betty
Bates of Houston, Texas.
Fl-ench Mortuary, Inc., 10500
Lomas Blvd. N.E., (505) 275-
3500, www.frenchmortuary.com.
Peter Bellecy, 74
PINE RIDGE
PeterBellecy,74,PineRidge,
Beverly Hills, died Friday, Jan,
4, 2008, at his
home. He was
born in New
Haven, Conn.,
and moved to
Florida in
2001 from Ohio.
He was Greek Orthodox.
He served in the U.S.
Marines during the Korean
War
He was a member of the
Hogtown Brewery in
Gainesville.
He is survived by his wife,
Judy Bellecy; children, Chris
Bellecy of Carson City, Nev.,
Jenifer Harris and husband
Ron of Dayton, Nev., David
Bellecy of Pine Ridge and
Anna Serrano and husband
Steve of Memphis, Tenn.; and
grandchildren, Hannah Harris,
Nicholas Serrano and Justin
Harris.
Fero Fhneral Home, Beverly
Hills, FL (352) 746-4551.
Donations in his honor may be
made to the Hope Lodge
Cancer Center in Lexington, Ky.

Elaine
Bradley, 81
GRAND RAPIDS
MICH '
Elaine Anne (Green)
Bradley, 81, of Grand Rapids,
Mich., formerly of the Lenawee
and Hillsdale County areas
and Florida, died Sunday, Jan.
6, 2008, at St.
Mar y s
Rehabilitation

dter Heal h
Grand Rapids. -
She was

8, 11
troit, Mich., the
daughter of Elaine
Morton and Bradley
Bertha Marie
(Keppen) Green. She graduat-
ed from Hudson High School in
1942. Elaine married Gerald
"Jerry" G. Bradley Jr. on April
20, 1946, in Addison, Mich.
She was a board member of
the Beverly Hills Lions Club,
Citrus County Michigan Club
and Inverness Friends of the
Blind.
She was preceded in death
by her parents, Morton Green
and Bertha Green Merrill; and
two brothers, Gerald and
Donald Green.
Survivors included her hus-
band of 61 years, Jerry; son,
James Robert Bradley of
Marion, Mich.; daughter,
Lynne Marie (Thomas)
Bradley-Horan of Sparta,
Mich.; three stepsisters,
Shirley Segraves and husband
Bud and Beverly Mason and
husband Bob, all of Addison,
Mich., and Bernice Antezak
and husband Joe of
Montgomery, Texas.
Cremation has taken place. A
memorial service is being
planned in the spring.
Memorials are suggested to
Leader Dogs for the Blind,
10395 S. Rochester Road, Box


5000 Rochester; MI 48308-5000.
View obituary and send condo-
lences to the ftunily at:
www.brownvanhemert.com.

Herbert Foley, 86
PALM HAR BOR
Herbert Wells Foley, 86, for-
merly of Sugarmill Woods, died
Thursday, Jan. 3, 2008.
Born in
Harrison, N.Y.,
he attended r
Edison High
School in Mt.
Vernon, N.Y.,
graduating
with medals in
science and
mathematics. I-lerbert
He earned his Foley
degree in elec-
trical engineering from Rens-
selaer Polytechnic Institute in
1942. After
marr ying
Margaret Ross
of Rochester,
N.Y., Herb
served in the
Navy on active duty from 1944-
46 as a lieutenant assigned to
the USS Lamar. He continued
to serve his country in the U.S-
Naval Reserve through 1954.
Mr. Foley was employed by
the Eastman Kodak Company
from 1946-82. He managed
Quality Assurance for Amateur
Products and oversaw the
design and implementation of
the Kodak Elmgrove Plant in
Rochester, N.Y.
Following his career at
Kodak, Herb and Marge moved
from the family's home in
Canatidaigua, N.Y., to
Sugarmill Woods in
Homosassa. Throughout his
life, Herb was an avid bridge
player who participated in
national tournaments and
achieved "Master" status,
enjoyed golf and even scored a
hole-in-one on the Sugarmill
course. His real passion, how-
ever, was for community serv-
ice, focused on retarded chil-
dren and adults, particularly
through the Key Clubs of
Florida. Serving as heutenant
governor for Kiwanis
International in Florida from
1991-94, Herb concentrated hiS
energy on the wellbeing ofindi-
viduals in the Key Club pro-
gram.
Herb will be fondly remem-
hered by his family for his
peculiar affinity for Nancy
Sinatra records, Klondike ice
cream bars, open-ended argu-
ments, love for his family and
country, and wisdom beyond
his years. His loyalty to Kodak
was legendary, as evidenced by
the wanton destruction of a
competitor'sm"hypotheticah
one occasion.
Herb is survived by the love

ass randhi w le 64,
Palm Harbor; daughter, Joanne
M. Harvey of Crystal Beach;
two sons, William H. Foley of
Peachtree City, Ga., and
Rodney C. Foley of Murrieta,
Calif.; grandchildren, Michael
S. Harvey, Jesse W. Foley,
Heath L. Foley, Kristin N.
Foley and Scott E. Foley; and
great-grtindchildren, Hanna
Ordano and Nicholas Harvey.
The family asks that in lieu
of flowers, donations be made
to the Key Center Foundation,
130 Heights Ave., Inverness, FL
34452.

Timothy Hale, 53
HOMOSASSA
Timothy Daniel Hale, 53,
Homosassa, died Sunday, Jan.
6, 2008, at the Hospice House
in Lecanto.
He was born Aug. 29, 1954, in
Yankeetown to Charles and
Gracie Hale Jr.
He was a lifelong resident of
this area.
He was a carpenter and
enjoyed fishing.
He was Protestant.
He was preceded in death by
his motheE ,
Survivors include his father,
Charles Hale Jr. of Homosassa;
five brothers, Charles, Rich-
ard, Bobby and Tony Hale, all


of Homosassa and Larry Green
of Riverview; and three sisters,
Debbie Sutherland of Ruskin,
Dianne Henderson of
Homosassa and Kimberly
Thronton of Riverview.
Strickland Funeral Home of
Crystal River.
James 'Bob'
Lanier Sr., 85
DUN NELLON
James R. "Bob" Lanier Sr.,
85, Dunnellon, died Saturday,
Jan. 5, 2008.
Born Nov. 24, 1922, in
Tidewater to Lonzo and Louise
( Nichols )
Lanier, he was
a lifelong resi-
dent of Citrus
County, spend-
ing most of his
life in "Old Homosassa."
Mr. Lanier was a Navy veter-
an serving during World War II.
He was a fisherman for many
years, then worked and retired
from the Homosassa Water
Department.
He enjoyed vegetable gar-
dening, fishing, hunting, and
babysitting Madison and
Tanner. His favorite sayings
were "buddy-ro," "thank you,
Jesus" and "everything is beau-
tiful."
He was a member of the
Church of God, Crystal River.
He was preceded in death by
his sister, Edna Holdzager and
stepdaughter; Linda Drawdy.
Survivors include two sons,
Glen Dale Lanier and wife
Linda of Crystal River and
James R. Lanier Jr of Mobile,
Ala.; daughter, Barbara "Bob-


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Bsrail 1.7705 .1.759
Brain 10.969 10.972
Coranad 1.006 1.0018
Chayina 7.2704 7.2757
MEuro 1.60805 1.679

Hunaryn 173.73 172.47
Iolnda 39.242 39.321
Indnsia 923.841 943.968

Jinapan 10.035 10.453
Jordan R 2.710 2.708
M.alayica .3.281 3.2830
Meio. 1oea0.908 10932.9
Pkstadn 62.504 62.158
Polwand 2.46 32.44
Renussi 245.445 245.408

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Sweder FndsRt 6.394 6.348
Switzerind 1162 115
Taiant 32.47 3.431
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Gold tooz.,spt $859.60 $834.90
Sivrtooz.,spt $1 i8 $14;/97
Copper(pound) $bdidbU $3.UJ0b
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NCSE = New York Cotton, Sugar &,Cocoa Exchange.
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TINQ 2528 -.41
TOPShips 3.14 -.18
SBACom 3033 -84 TRX 1.18 -.05
.14 SEllas 29.12 -10 TakeTwo 16.52 -.87
SVBFnGp 48.37 +33 "' TASER 13.11 -.12
SalPhm 7.86 -11 TechData 34.95 +.17
SanDisk d30.56 +14 Tekelec 11,79 -.32
Sanmina 1.67 +04 TeleTehi 19.25 -.35
Sapient 8.27 +17 Tellabs d5.$6 -.32
Satanh 1.93 -09 TetraTc 20.32 -.51
SavientPh 23.11 -04 39e TevaPhtm 47.91 +.08
hI er d TexRdhsA 10.53 +.21
20a Schwab 2444 +49 .10 3Thht 1194 -.86
ScielePh 2257 +65 RIrshkiPhh d.42 -.12
SciGames 31.46 -07 TIbcqSft 67,09 -.53
SearsHidgsd101.10 -32 TWTele
.. SeattGen 11.14 +76 TIVolnc 17 -
Sh7meCmp 8.77 08 TomoThn 1757 +24
52f Selell 23.17 +.86 TractS 3248 +.55
Semt s 14.16 +.13 TriZetto 1676 +.15
Sepracor 35 + T en hd --2
ShengdaTn 13.22 +.23 TriQuint 579 -.19
22e Shire 65.43 -.14 TrueReliglf 1822 +.38
ShoreTelnd6.02-7.06 .64 TrstNY 956 +.16
ShuflMstr 610.01 -,01 .92? Trustmk 2399 +52
Shutterfly 21.01 +.26 .80 TuesMm 449 +.17
SiRFTch 22.09-2.07 2.15e UAL d29.18-1.82
enajs 3 dM .90 UAPHIdg 38.66 -.15
46 Si amaAki 5328 +54 .12 BHHid di 60 -.02
SignatBk 3366 +133 06 ULWrldwd 18.08 +.04
SilicnI d399 -12 nig UTSimm 2.83 +.07
c in d .. UltaSalonndl2.52-1.97
SSTf 272 76 Umpqua 14.64 +44
51 3 36 U BksGo 89
Sina 4335-165 .10e USEnr 422 +03

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SmartM 893 -30 ... ValVisA 521 -37
SmithWesod497 -18 VdueClick 2070 -38
e 1 VandaPhm d588 +12
Sohucm 4886 -1.60 ValianSms 3323 -a
Solarfu 31.78 -5.86 .. VascoDta 22.84 -1.95
SonicCo 21.79 +1.12 Veecolnst dl406 -.15
SncWall 9.66 -.16 Verenium 444 +,15
SonoSite u36.56 +2.52 Verisign 3488 -.96
Sonus d4.68 -38 1 VersoTch d22 -.04
SouMoBc 14.24 VerixPh 20.94 -.56
76f SouthFncl 13.78 +31 .16 VirgnMdahdl4.43-1.26
S nA d3.35 -05 ViroPhrm 8.58 +.40
Stpda o 36.55 -84 VistaPr1 35.52-1.78
291 Staples 2150 +23 .. VisuaiScI 16.60 -.93
Starbucks 1838 +27 Voicano 12.09 -.09
Starentn 14.22 -105 .. Volcom 617.89 -1.45
40a StiDynam 5407-148 Wamaco 30.50+110
25 SteinMr1 4.14 +07 .84 WashFed 1994 +04
StemCells 1.44 -01 Websense 1606 -34
Stricycles 58.06 +73 .20 WomerEnt dl601 +04
21 StoriBcsh 10.54 +26 1.36 WAmBcp 4187 +87
381 StrlFWA d15.01 -.17 WelSeal d207 -10
10 StowEnt 8.48 -.10 1,16 WhitneyH 2393 +26
SunMkradi611 40 .80f WholeFd d3595-1.97
SunPower117.77-8.35 WindRvr d810 -.05
SuperGen 3 50 + 10 WondAu n ull 36 -1.23
SupOffshn d4.02 +23 6.00e Wynn 10422 -.GB
1041 SusqBnc 17.40 +48 n, XMSat 1100 -,$2
Sycamore 3.45 -0g XOMA 270 -.15
...Syniantecd15.44 -21 .48 Xilinx 2046 +.10
SymeInc 4.46 +08 .. YRCWwde 14.07 +1.45
.. SymyxT 7.49 +.86 Yahoo 2318 +,02
Synaptics 39.26-1.07 ZebraT d32.82 +.07
.. Synchron 30.70-2.72 ZhoneTch 1.12 -.04
Synopsis 24.40 -.33 1.72 7JonBcp d4328 +.88
Synos 19.10 +.76 ExCorp 3.72 -.45
SyntaxBnlh 3.39 -.44 .. Zottek 3980-1.10
.24 Syntel 32.92 -.88 ... Zoran 2007 -.19
.. TBSIntlA 26.49-2.62 ... Zumiez 416.94-1.71
TDAmeritr 19.97 +.09 .. 2ymoGen 11.64 +.82


6;A TtmllSnAY; ~JA\Nll~ln. 8, 2008


STOCKS


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Name Div YId PE Last
AT&T Inc 1.60 3.9 22 41.43
BkofAm 2.56 6.4 9 39.90
CapClyBk .74 2.8 16 26.37
Citigrp 2.16 7 6 8 28.26

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ExxonMbl 1.40 1 5 13 91.22
rp 1.64 2 3 21 7

GenElec 1.24 3.4 17 36.18
GnMotr 1.00 4.2 ... 23.66
HomeDp .90 3.5 11 25.37
intel 51 2.2 22 22.88
IBM 1.60 1.6 15 100.05
Lowes 32 1.5 11 21.11
McDnlds 1.50 2.6 30 58.03
Microsoft .44 13 23 34.61


ProgrssEn 2.46
RegionsFntS2
SearsHIdgs ...

SprintNex .10
TimeWarn.25
UniFirst 15
VerizonCmi.72
Wachovia 2.56
WalMart .88

Walgm .38


5.1 19 48.37 +1.04 -.1
7.3 9 20.85 +.05 -11.8
... 13 101.10 -.32 -.9
.8 ... 12.95 +.12 -1.4
1.6 12 15.80 -.11 -4.3
4 17 41.51 +1.43 +9.2
4.0 23 43.35 +.75 -.8
7.3 8 35.21 -.25 -7.4
1.9 15 46.56 +.84 -2.0
1.1 17 35.07 +78 -7.9


advanced
Declined
Unchanged
Total issues
NewHighs
New Lows
Volume


1,789
1,393
82
3,264
30
346
4,096,372,805


Advanced
Declined
Unchanged
Total issues
NewHighs
New Lows
Volume


721
769
87
1,577
38
187
1,057,282,218


Advanced
Declined
Unchanged
Total issues
NewHighs
New Lows
Volume


1,421
1,591
119
3,131
22
359
2,526,823,944


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.20e ABBLtd 25.75 -.95
1.08 ACELtd 61.44 +.70
.. AESCorp 21.99 +.85
.82 AFLAC u63.39+1.03
.. AGCO 87.13 -1.01
1.64 AGLRes 37.27 +.47
.AKStedl 39.83 -1.60
... AMR d13.29 +.OB
2.30e ASALtd 77.77 -1.84
1.601 AT&Tlnc 41.43 +.54
.06r AUOptin 16.79 -.55
1.42e AXA 38.36 -.35
1.30 Abttab 57.50+~1.71
.70 AberFitc .75.57 +.92
.421 Accenture 33.97 -.94
1.03e AdamsEx 13.21 -.04
.24 AdvAuto 37.28 +1.61
.. AMD d6.08 -.17
.22r AdvSeml d4.41 -.19
.. Aeropstis 27.32 +1.24
.04 Aetna 57.92 +1.95
... Agilent 35.34 +.57
.18f Agnicog 58.53 +.60
.11 Agniumg 71.12 -.93
1.52 AirProd 96.68 +.26
.. AirTran 7.01 +.36
22e PAlctLuc d6.77 -21
.68 Alcoa 33.11-1.76









.721 Amle~c d79.4-36.57


4.75 Alidem 722 +1.71
2.60 Amlledtapn 2080+1.09


1.26 CapMpfB 12.85 -10
.48 Cardn]Hith d55.79 -48
... CarMaxs 19.18 -36
1.60? Camival d41.23 -48
1.44 Caterpillar 68.73 +20
I .16 Celanese 39.26 -91
.75e Cemex d24.84 -15
1.23i Cemigpfs 18.40 -05
.68 CenterPnt 16.62 +10
.16 Centex 20.89 -02
.26 CntlyTel 41.58 +139
ChmpE 8.01 ...
... Checkpnt 23.86+104
.27 ChesEng 39.10 -22
2.32 Chevron 92.13-122
.16 ChicB&I 57.76-409
... Chicos d7.79 -24
.27e ChinaLife 73.80 +80
1.12e ChinaMI e 85.22 +1 34
1.16 Chubb 53.91 +90
CinaBell 4.31 +01
.16 CircCity 4.21 +27
.72a CitadiBr d1.74 +02
2.16 Citigro d28.26 +02
1.00 CitzComm 12.33 +27
.75 ClearChan 35.10 +.34
.50 ClevCliffs 89.88 -5.98
Coach 28.29 +.20
.24 CocaCE 26.08 +.37
1.36 CocaCi 63.31 +1.46
Coeur 4.26 -.19
1.44 CdgPM 79.97 +1.19
ColicivBid 15.33 -17
.75 ColBgp 611.94 -49
2 mB 5
.48f CmdMis 27.67 -.24
ComScop 43.84 -.80
CmtyHIt 35.10 +.79
.34e CVRDs 31.53 -.23
.34e CVRDpfs 27.09 -.26
CompScilfd43.76 -.28
.40 Con-Way 40.32 +1.64
.76 ConAgra 23.26 +.28
1.64 ConocPhi 84.39 -1.17
.40f ConsolEngy 64.33 -1.15
2.32 ConEd 48.60 +,68
ConsteiA 22.46 -.32
1 74 ConstellEnu104.43 +2.83
ClikB 20.33 +.35
Cn
.42 CooperTre 14.40 +.03
.20 Corring 22.16 -ib
.60 CntwdFn d7.54 --78
.16p Covidienn 43.90 +1.01
2.24e CredSuiss 57.34 -1.28
CrwnCstle 38.34 -.2g
CrownHold 23.32 -.48
.50 Cumminss57.37-181
... CypSem 32.19 -2.45
5
.64 DCTindi 8.72 +22
78 DNPSeict 10.43+01
1.04 DPL 29.47 +52
.60 DRHorton 10.96 +04
2.12 DTE 43.56 +56
2.00e Daimler 86.46 +04
.12 Danaher 82.59-2.15
.72 Darden d24.45 -1.14
.12? DeVry 53.27+2.77
15.00eDeanFdss 25.07 +.57
1.00 Deeres 88.40 -1.58
... DeitaAirn 13.39 +.02
... Denbury s 31.47 +.31
.98e DeutTel 2267 +.70
2 64 DevDv d36 68 +1 34


FMCTchs 62.28 -1.00
1.64 FPLGrp u72.03 +3.21
.46 FamilyDir 17.30 +.30
2.00a FannleMae 34.23 +.18
2.06 FMaepfS 25.89 -.09
.40 FedExCp d83.49 -.61
.24 FedSynt d1021 +.05
.84 Fedlnvst 3905 +.06
2.00 Ferrellgs 2158 -.27
.58 Ferto 1935 +.19
1.20 F1dlNFin 1359 ...
.20 FidNInfo d3861-1.26
.88 FstAmCp 2984 -.79
1.82e FstfinFd 1054 -.09
1.80 FstHolizon 16.54 +.21
.48m FstMarblhd 13.32 -.09
1.60a FtTrEnEq 15.79 +.01
2.20f FirstEngy u77.58 +3.26


1.04 AstoriaF 22.88 +.70
1.75e AstraZen 43.19 +1.54
3.64 AdasPpln 43.84 -.02
130f ATMOS 27.94 +.27
AutoNatn dl3.80 -.10
1.161 AutoData 41.89 +.89
3.40 AvdonBayd86.95+2.93
AdsBudgeld10.40 -.31
Avnet 31.77 +.13
.74 Avon 38.55 -.50
1.84 BS&TCp 27.77 +.41
.94e BHPBiliLt 6B.42 -.87
.20 BJSvcs d22.72 -.34
ELJsWhis 28.32 +.78
BMCSit 34.06 +.38
254e BPPLC 74.99+1.32
2.48 BRT 13.87 -,26
311e 8TGrp d52,07 +.27
.52 BakrHu 78.38 -1.23
40 BallCp d43.05 -.57
.96e BcBilVArg 23.53 +.24
:78i BcBradess29.37 +.22
.47e Bncoltaus 2444 -.05
.75e BcoSantand 2082 +.01
256 BkofAm d399 +.05
.96 8kNYMel 4881 +.68
2.57e Barclay d37.47 -.72
.60 Bard u95.38 +4.68
.30 BarrickG 47.24 -.69
.87f Baxter 59.60 +1.91
2.16 BaytexEg 19.05 -.67
1.28 BearSt 676.25 -2.62
... BearingPt 2.60 +15
.40 BeazrHmlf d5.76 -.53
1.154f +259
Bk)Lots dl358 -39
1 68 BlackD du 03 -1 33
140f BikHilisCp 4252 +68
24 81kFLO8 1466 +01
Bkickstnn*dl942 -88
57 BbckHR 61744 +26
Blockbstr 350 +08
.58e 81ueCh 509 +02
1.601 Boe d82
44 9 -2
272a +1
BostonSci 11 53 +22
124f BrMVSQ 2604 +29

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.60b Brunswick d1554 -20
.68 BungeLt ul2592 +492
.25 BurgerKing 25.68 +.38
1.28 BuriNSF 79.11 +.47
.16 CAlnc 23.31 -.46
CBRBlis 18.77 -.63
1.00 CBSB d24.78 -23
.08 CFlnds 109.80 -1.46
2.16 CHEngy 42.44 +.18
.04 ClGNAs 54.63+1.42
1.00 CITGp 22.42 +,43
20 CMSEng 17.10 +.13
56 CSSinds 33.89 -.57
60 CSX 40.55 -.18
24 CVSCare 38.20 +.93
CabivsnNY 23.88 +.30
12 CabotOs 41.27 -.13
... CalDive 13.04 -.51
28 CdlGolf 16.13+.14
20 Camecogs40.46 -.08
... Camerons 49.13 -1.24
88 CampSp 34.99 +.34
34 CdnNRs g 73.11 -1.13
11 CapOne 46.85 +.88
2 40 CapitiSrce 17.58 +.35


.92 Masco 20.11 +.34
.20? MasseyEn 33.92 -.60
.60 MasterCrd200.51 -.68
... MateridSci 6.77 -.03
.751 Mattel d17.76 +.05
McDermis 55.60 -2.40
1.50[ McDnids 58.03 +.98
.82 McGrwH 42.38+1.57
.24 McKesson 64.9 +1.35
McAfee 32.99 -.43
.92 MeadWyco 29.18 -.47
MedcoHithu107.94+188
.50 Medtmic 49.77 +59
.24 MensW 25.03 -09
1.52 Merck 57.92+107
1.40 MerillLyn 50.05 -24
741 MetLife 59.65 +72
1.63 Mettlepf8 23.22 +.15
MicronT d6.39 -.01
2.46f MidAApt d40.37 +.67
Mdas dl4.00 +.13
Milipore 72.99+1.53
Mirant 36.50 -.10
MitsuUFJ 9.07 +.10
.64 MoiCoor8s 51.61 +,92
20 MoneyGrm 13.27 +.56
70 Monsantoul20.44 +.81
40f Moodys 34.29 +105
100b MoroStan 48.31 -99
837e MSEmMkt 24.62 +27
Mosaicif 94.00-141
20 Motorola dl4.9B -.09
75 MurphO 80.01 -1.32
Mylan 14.14 +.45
.. NCRCps 21.92 -1.25
R Egys 40.19 -123
1 00 NYSE Eur 76.82 -2.95
& 2.D -.0
14 NatoHki 22.82 -.33
.84m NatlCity d15.19 +.69
124 NatFuGas 45.93 +.02
2.98e NatGrid 85.48 +3.06
NOilVarcs 71.93 -2.38
24 NatSems d20.81 -.2
.27 Nevios 11.29 -.65
Navieq 7495 -01
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.21a NewAm 1 76
1601 NJRscs 4936 +65
1 N B +
26 NewAlli8c 1132 +.40
.84 NewdlRub d2360 -.31
NewildExp 5179 -1.18
.40 NewmtM 5152 -.90
NwpkRsif 4.99 -04
.12 NewsCpA 19.28 -.19
.10 NewsCpB 19.91 -.20
.10 Nexengs 32.87 -.70
.92 NISource 19.04 +.42
1.86 Nicor 41.29 +21
.921 NikeBS 62.11 +.37
... 99Cents 6.90 +15
.16 NoteCps 54.07 -92
.48 NobleEn 79.02 +19
.56e NoldaCo 34.68-1.30
.54 Nordstrm 33.07+1.57
1.04 NorflkSo 4818 +30
... Norldifts 61399 -.34
.80 NoestUI 3115 +.44
1.48 NorthmpG 7809 -,76
... NwstAirn dl248 -.22
1.10e Novarts 5534 +.56
1.30 NSTAR 3637 +.50
44a Numr 53 66 -1.16
.65 NvFL 1328 +05
70a NviMO 13 92 +09


1.14 NvMulSi&G 11.02 -.09
1.03a NuvQPl2 11.72 +.01
1.3910GEEngy 35.07 -.11
1.00 OcciPet 76.40 -1.36
OlliceDpt 12.45 +.23
.80 Olin 17.74 -.26
.60 Omnicmsd45.59+.09
4.041 ONEOKPt 62.59 -.48
.40 OshkoshT 4317 -.01
... Owensill 4380 -178

144 PG&ECp 44.07 +72
21 PMIGrp 11.45 +36
2.52 PNC d63.47 +92
.92 PNMRes d20.06 -.44
2.08 PPG 67.00 +.34
1.22 PPLCorp 52.94 +1.43
Paciv 25.28 +.12
.48 Pal)Cpif 39.00 +.24
ParkDM 7.45 -.03
.84 ParkHans 67.88-2.34
.24b PeabdyE 56.99 -.79
2.70 Pengrthg 17.83 -.14
1.72? PennVaRs 26.02 +23
4.08 PennWstg 26.20 -47
.80 Penney d35.94 -170
.27 PepBoy 10.15 +12
1.04 PepcoHold 29.17 +54
.56 PepdBott 40.35 +1.28
1.50 PepsiCo 77.32+1.TI
.52 PepsiAmer 33.52 +.68
.28 PerkBm 24.78 +.29
1.46e Prmian 16.19 +.03
.21p Md% 75 50
1.78e PetrbrsAs 90,00 -201
1.36e Petrobrs s 107.61 -2 28
1.28f Pizer 23.23 +40
1.00 RedNG 25.84 +33
Pier1 4.53 +02
.78a PimcoStrat 10,06 +06
1.40( PitnyBw 36.94 +37
RansEx 52.63 -97
1.68 RumCrk 42.01 +42
1.36 Polaris d42.87 +56
20 PoloRL 57.26 +67
1.80 PostPrp d31.84 +45
.40 Potash s 139.41 -3 24
1.20 Praxdr 86.01 -14
.12 tpt1 44 -7.29
90f PrinFnd 67.00 -09
1.40 ProctGam 72.49 +47
246f ProgissEn 48.37 +104
04a ProgsvCp 18.96 +23
1.84 ProLogis 58.23 +105
28 ProsSIHiin 171 -03
1.44 ProvET 10.02 -09
1.15f Prudent 90.68 +23
134 PSEG u102.00 4409
4.0B PSEG 76.72+125
1.00 A 27.47 -01
16 Pult 9.05 -09
39 PHYM 6.94 1
49 PIGM 9.79 +13


.36 PPriT 6.30 +.01
.56 Quanex 50.48 -.57
... QuantaSvc21.96-1.90
.49 Questars 53.87 -19
... Quiksilvr 7.73 +24
.32 QwestCm 6.53 +01
... RHDonI d29.69 -.26
.76 RPM 19.47 -.OB
.08 RadianGrp 10.11
.25 RadioShk dl4.78 -.17
Rdcorp 60.01 +93
.16f RangeRs 51.61 +32
.44f RJamesFn 29.90 +14
2.00 Rayonier 44.25 +.22
1.02 Raytheon 60.82-1.09
1.64 RRylnco 23.38 +.73
RedHat 20.18 -.16
1.521 RegionsFn d20.85 +.05
.32 RelStlAl 47,40 -2.64
... ReliantEn 24.65 -.43
.98e Repsol 36.68 +.48
.68 RepubSvcs30.26 +.57
... RetaiVent 4.77 +.07
... Revion 1.18 +.02
3.40 ReynidAm 67.37 +1.81
RiteAid 111 -.04
1.16 RockydAut 63.20 -.89
1.48 RoHaas 50.34 -.66
.40 Rowan 38.98 -.36
.60 R)iCarb 37.12 -1.65
2.81e RoyDShilA 86.20+2.07
1.85e Royce 17.54 -16
1.47 Roycepf8 22.39 +18
.48 Ryland 22.20 +04

... SAIC 19.07 +17
.62e SAP AG 48.25 -1 27
1.76 SCANA 42.30 +71
... SKTkm 8.44 -82
1.00 SLMCp 17.83+1.16
.28 Safeway 33.30 +27
... StJoe 34.13 +1.63
StJude 40.71 +1.76
Saks 18.17 +.44
Sdesforce 57.76 -1.10
2.42e SJuanB 35.08 +.59
1.15e Sanoi 46.47 +1.61
.421 SaraLee 15.97 + 04
26 ScherqR 25.83 +27
Sch 8d -1
40 SealAirs d21.48 -26
1.24 SempraEn 60.60 +35
.72 Sendent 28.79 +39
... ShawGrp 60.62 -342
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.24 Acxiom 610.49 -.16
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.36 Adtran 20.50 -.15
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.71 AdvantaAs 6.85 +.05
.85 Advanta8s 7.78 +.12
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.31 Andrsons 46.23 -.53
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1.24 Assed8ancd25.20 +.05
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BEASyst 15.13 -.17
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.20 BebeStrs d11.94 +.18
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.56 BobEvn 2618 +.81
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74f CapCtyBk 26.37 +.53
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.42 CathayGen 24.10 +.32
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.42 Gentex 16.50 +.48
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.52 Glacier8c 16.93 +.29
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3.151 GlblSrcs 25.59 -.60
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Informant 17.17 +.06
31e InfosysT 42.99 +.88
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60( LSlinds 17.40 +43
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142 MGE 3538 +108
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Canadan59.70 -.90 -0.7 QualfdAt21.22 -01 -3.8
CapApn 25.59 -.07 -9.3 SharesA 24.27 -01 -5.8
CapDevOnl2.05-.04 -42 Frankffemp MtIC:
Cplncrn 8.53 -.03 -1.6 DiscCt 31.16 -.06 -3.0
ChinaRgn30.41 +.17 -7.8 SharesCt24.00 -.01 -5.8
CngS n 488.52 +1.34 -4.1 FranklTemp Temp A:
CTMun r n11.39 +.02 +1.1 DvMktA p 29.40 -.06 -6.4
Contran 70.34 -.42 -4.9 ForgnAp 12.08 -.07 -4.4
CnvSc n 27.09 -.20 -3.3 GIBd Ap 11.52 -.04 +0.9
DisEq n 28.47 -.02 -4.9 GrwthA p 23.33 -.02 4.5
Divintl n 38.41 25 -5.7 IntxEM p ... ... 0.0
DivStkO n l5.91 02 -6.8 WorldA p 18.29 +.01 -4.5
DivGth n 28.33 + 08 -6 8 Frank/Temp Tmp Adv:
EmrMk n 33.07 01 -4.5 GrthAv 23.36 -.01 -5.5
en 97 +b0--6 Frankffem2p8TmpB&C-6.5

ECapAp 2593 +02 4.8 ForgnCp11.86 -.06 -4.4
EU 41.21 +02 -4.0 GrwthC p 22.72 -.01 -5.5
ExchT 340.48 +61 -5.5 GEElfun S&S:
Export n 24.49 23 -5.8 S&S PM 43.32 +.16 -4.7
Fideln 38.73 -02 -4.2 GEInvestments:
Fifty rn 20.31 15 -8.0 TRFd1 18.21 +.04 -3.7
FrN nn 60 +04 -5.1 GE Trrustdl. 8 -03 -7.3
Govinc 10.46 +01 +1.3 For 17.69 +03 -52
Gro n n .8 ust3 91 +06 -50


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L tr -.13-1 GUaSQ Equ21d97 +20 -31
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StIntMun10.36 +01 +0.8 Div&Gr 2193 +.14 -41
CFanindr8162 12 0
SmllCpS r n16.60+ 04 -6.5 HTaotRetBdH1 25 +.01 +1.5
SEAsian 38.75 +.29 -6.6 CapAppp49.79 -.21 -6.7
S Hen rson GI 1 -7.0

TotalBd n 10.41 +.01 +1.3 Hennessy Funds:
Trendn 67.56 -.42 -5.1 CorGroll 19.82 -.30 -8.5
USBI n 10.98 +1.3 HoliBalFd nl6.17 +.04 --3.6
W n 20.55 + 47 HussmnStrGr i5.43-.11-0.5
Strain 0 ICOeN Fds:33.06 --45 +2.1
Wrldw n 20.52 -.08 -5.5 Hithcare 16.30 +.29 -1.4
FIdellty Selects: ISIFunds:
Airn 39.04 -.82-14.8 NoAmp 7.67 +.01 +1.1
Bankingn22.81 +.08-13.9 IvyFunds:
Biotch n 66.89 +.85 -6.3 AssetSC t 27.46 -.13 +1.9
Broken 62.01 -.96 -9.8 AssetStAp27.83-.13 +2.0
Chem n 81.04 ... -3.5 GINatRsA p 37.84-.57 -2.0
ComEquipn20.48-.45-9.3 JPMorganAClass:
Compn 43.28-1.10-12.4 MCpValp23.29 +.13 -6.4
ConDis n 19.79 +.09-10.8 JPMorgan Set Cis:
ConStapn66.11 +.93 -2.0 intrdAmern26.39+.02 -5.4
CstHo n 31.12 -.28-13.6 Janus :
DIAern 84.68-1.70 -8.7 Balanced 25.12 +.02 -2.7
Electr n 40.81 -.58-13.4 Contrarian 19.11 +.12 -4.0
Enrgyn 64.79 -.72 +1.7 Enterpr 54.45 -.28 -7.2
EngSv n 100.24 -1.53 40.5 FedTE 6.35 -.01 -0.5
Envirnl8.75+.06-3.8 FlxBnd 9.66 ...+1.1
EnSyn 91.26 +.38-10.4 Fund 31.13 +.03 -4.6
Goldrn 42.11 -.62 +5.5 FundaEq 25.14 -.16 -5.3
althn125 +1.91 -2 G UehSci +




MdEqSys n25.07 +48 +1.2 Research 29.58 -.13 -5 6
Multmd n 35.62 16 -7.9 ShTmBd 2.89 -.01 +0.4
NtGas n 47.31 38 +2.1 Twenty 71.56 -.32 -2.8
Papern 29.45 -04 -9.0 Ventur 53.35 -.83 -8.8
Pharmn 11.59 +.19 -3.6 WidWr 51.79 -.27 -8.6
Retdin 37.87 +09-13.5 Janus Adv S Shrs:
Softwrn 76.27 -65 -4.6 Forty 39.69 -.27 4.5
Tech n 74.07 -1.77-10.7 JennIsonDryden A:
Telem n 49.40 +.04 -8.3 BlendA 18.23 +.01 -5.9
Trans n 4151 -.21-13.0 HitdA p 5.45 -.01 -0.6
UtilGrn 64.86+1.29 -1.5 InsuredA 10.71 +.03 +1.3
F etaSNp n:-.09 -9.1 AonD n BO2 -3.1
Eqldxlnvn50.07 +.16 -5.9 GrowthB 15.90 -.04 -5.5
5001nxIny r n97.74+.31 -5.9 HiYIdB t 5.44 -.02 -0.6



500Ad rn 97.74 +.31 -5 g RgBkA 20.22 +.19-13.5


TotMktAd r n39.32+.08 -6 2 StrInA p 6.51 -.01 +0.6
FirstEagle: JohnHancockB:
GiblA 43.94 -.24 -39 StrincB 6.51 -.01 +0.6
F er asAt22.70 -.24 -4 2 John Han ck Cl 143 -6.1
BIChpA p 23.74 +.07 -5 5 LSBdanc 14.16 -.24 -3.7
GhblAp 7.43 -5g LSGrwth 14.54 -.34 -4.9
GovtA p 10.92 +.01 +1.1 Jullus Baer Funds:
GroinA p 15.09 -7.2 IndEql r 43.85 -,16 -3.2
IncoA p 2.85 -0.4 IntlEqA 42.82 -,16 -3.3
MATFA p 11.65 + 02 +0,g IntEqll Ir 16.88 -.04 -3.5
MITFA p 1218 + 02 +1.2 Keeley Funds:

M AApp SmC alFA p 25 85-.04-6.8
NYTFAp 14.32 +02 +1.2 Pdm 29.61 -.25 -6.7
PATFA p 12.82 + 02 +1.0 LSWalEq nl6.40 +.01 -7.4
SpSitA p 22.07 + 11 -6.4 Lazard Instl:
TxExA p 9.85 + 01 +1.1 EmgMktI 23.17 -.01 -4.6
TolRtA p 14.79 +.01 -3.7 Legg Mason: Fd
ValueB p 7.45 +.04 -6.2 OpporTr t 15.91 ... -9.9
Firsthand Funds: SpIny p 30.83 -.18 -7.5
GlbTech 4.97 -.11 -6.4 ValTr p 59.16 +.16 -9.1
Tech Val 41.31 -.87 -7.4 Legg Mason Instl:
FrankflempFrnk A: ValTrinst 67.12 +.17 -9.1
AdjUS p 8.89 ... +0.4 Legg Mason Ptts A:
ALTFA p 11.43 ... +0.8 AgGrA p 112.50 +.13 -5.8
AZTFA p 10.98 +.01 +1.2 ApprA p 14.77 +.02 -5.1
Ballnvp 54.77 -.14 -8.2 HI[ncAt 6.34 -.02 -1.0
CallnsA p 12.62 +.02 +1.0 InAICGA p 10.81 ... -3.9
CAintApilS3 002 100 igifAp no5 10B -70
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Name NAV Chg %
A Investments+ 5 -67
ChartAp 15.98 ... -52
Constp 28.04 -21 -84
G d9
SelEqtyr 20.13 -.09 -62
AIM Investments B:
CapDvBtl5.34 -19 -68
AIM Investor CI:
Energy 44.01 -43 +21
SummitPp l4.44-03 -38
A ities 2009 29 -10
Bakincp 1735 +04 -40
ARetdmFund950 -01 +07
SmCapGrt6.46 -27 -65

A -1
ndValA p 21.31 -06 -7 6

AM rA2808 22 -81
IntValAdv21.65 -.06 -76
LgCpGrAd2331 -.15 -6.1
A eT1 -.01 +0.9
GibTehBt63.50 -.99 -9.2
GrowthBt 26.91 -.18 -7.0
SCpGrB t 23.84 -.18 -8.2
AllIanceBern C:
SCpGrC t 28.93 -.18 -8.1
AlilanzFundsA:
NFJDvVitl6.06 +.13 -5.5
Allianz Funds C:
GrowthCt24.28 +.04 -4.9
TargetCt 19.10 -.17 -6.9
Amer Beacon Plan:
LgCpPin 21.60 +.07 -6.6
AmerCenturyAdv:
EqGroA p 23.35 ... -5.0
Amer Century Iny:
Balanced nl5.70 ... -2.4
Eqlnen 766 +.05 -4.2
Growth) n 25 35 ... -4.3

IntDisc rn l3 82 -.12 -5.2
IntlGrol n 13.29 -.08 -6.4
LifeScin 5.95 +.11 -1.3
New Opp r n7.70 -.04 -6.7
OneChAg nl3.49-.03 -4.4
RealEstini9.86 +.19-13.8
Ultran 24.02 -.01 -4.8
Vduelnv n 6.01 +.05 -6.7
Vista 20.44 -.37 -6.0
American Funds A:
AmcpAp 19.44 +.05 -5.4
AMutlA p 27.47 +.16 -5.3
BalA p 18.91 +.04 -3.7
BondAp 13.12 -.01 +0.6
CapWA p 19.96 -.04 +0.7
CaplBA p 61.91 +.28 -2.9
CapWGAp43.87+.15 -3.6
EupacAp49.64 -.05 4.9
FdinvA p 41.17 -.13 -4.5
GwthA p 32.93 -.03 4.1
HI TrAp 11.72 -.04 -1.0
IncoAp 19.08 +.08 -3.7
IniBdAp 13.56 -.01 4.7
ICAA p 32.09 +.13 -4.9
NEcoAp 26.06 ... -6.7
N PerAp 3321 -03 4.2
NwWridA 58.48 +.03 -2.9
SmCpAp39.63 -.17 4,9
TxExAp 12.35 +.02 +0.9
WshAp 32.70 +.16 -5.4
American Funds B:
BalBt 18.84 +.03 -3.8
CaplBBt 61.91 +26 -3.0
CpWGrBt43.64 +.14 -3.7
GrwthBt 31.82 -.04 -5.2
IncoBt 18.97 +.08 -3.7
ICAB t 31.94 +.12 -5.0
WashB t 32.50 +.16 -5.5
ArIelMutualFds:
Appree 40.80 +.01 -9.0
Ariel 43.42 -.09 -9.8
Artisan Funds:
Inti 29.02 02 4.8
MidCap 29.14 27 -6.9
MidCapVal i7.19+05 --8.4
B nFuna 1 -03-7.1
Growth 48.41 +.14 -7.1
Partners p 22.07 -.10-10.9
SmCap 22.48 -.11 -8.6
Bernstein Fds:
IntDur 1328 +.01 +1.2
DivMu 14.18 +.02 40.8
TxMPOIntl 996 -.Od 4.8
EmMkts 3922 -.18 -7.6
B ak256 +.02 -9.7
& A 1719 03

B ockB&C+.01-12
Bla Roc 1:+.05 -66

BGbAl ds:
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BH 02 08
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a CpFud 29 +03 -5.2
mn pF -05 4.6
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TxFLgp 1641 +04 +11
TxFVT 1582 +03+1.1
I Ir nl8 & 0

Cohen& Steers:
CR aM 4-14.9
Acom t 27.51 -.03 -7.2
FocEqAt23.44 -.02 -6.8
21CntryA t 15.56 -.10 -8.0
MarsGrA t 21.94 -.03 -6.6
C umbia s :02 -7.1
AcomlntZ42.37 -.41 -5.5
IntEqZ 16.74 -.09 -6.7
LgCpidxZ27.37 +.09 -5.9
MrinOpZr15.41 -.16 -8.6
DFA Funds:
USCorEq2n11.14+02-7.0
DWS Scudder CI A:
CommAp22.05 +.02-8.2
DrHiRA 45.10 +.24 -8.4
DWS Scudder CI S:
CorPisincl2.66 ... +1.1
EmMkIn 12.15 +.02 40.7
EmMkGrr23.574.03 -4.8
EuroEq 35.06 -.01 -5.8
GIbBdSr 10.19 -.01 +1.0
GIb0pp 41.93 -.23 -3.8
GIbithem27.57-.09-7.4
Gold&Prc22.49 -.37 46.3
GrolncS 17.46 +.02 -5.6





MA TF S 14.33 +.04 +1 2
Davis Funds A:
NYVen A 38.48 +.07 4 6
Davis Funds B:
NYVenB36.88 +.06 4.7
Davis Funds C & Y:
I NYVenY 38.91 +.07 -6.6
NYVen C 37.12 +.06 -6.7
Delaware Invest A:
TrendA p 16.51 -.16 -9.8
TxUSAp 11.35 +.02 +0.8
D are Imtest B:01 -0.6
SelGrBt 25.10 +.06 -6.8
Dimensional Fds:



US Micro nl2.76 +.06 -7.5
US Small nl8.33 +.06 -7.7
USSmVa22.47 +.13 -8.6
intlSmCon18.15-.35 -6.5
Mkt n3 85 -.34 -62


IntVa n 23.52 -.28 -6.2
Gib5Fxlnc010.73+.01 +0.6
TM USTgtV 20.19+.08 -8.6
TM intVa 18.91 -.22 -6.1
TMMktwV 16.34 +.02 -6.8
2YGIFxd 010.28 +.01 +0.5
DFARIE n21.87 +.22-14.6

Ddd 29 +.28 4.5
Income 12.57 +.01 +0.8
IntlStk 44.66 +.11 -5.9
Stock 133.68 +.63 -7.0
Dreyfus:
Aprec 43.61 +.30 -4.4
Dreyl 9.89 +.03 -5.9
Dr5001n t 39.87 +.12 -6.0
Emgul 23.98 +.07 -9.5
FL Int r 12.89 ... 0.0
InsMut ... ... 0.0
Dreyfus Founders:
GrowthB ... ... 0.0
GrwthF p ... ... 0.0
Dreyfus Premier:
CorVIv p 28.94 +.11 -5.2
LtdHYdAp686 -01 -04
StrValAt 3u87 (10 4.8


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GrTxStr 1401 +03 -29
Grwth 17.18 16 -5 4
Gr&1nc 16.41 -01 -6.6
incStk 14.39 +.06 -6.0
Inco 12.25 +.01 +1.3
intl 26.87 -.03 -5.3
NYBd 11,74 +.02 +1.1
PrecMM 34.08 -.58 +5.8
SciTech 12.19 -.05 -8.2
ShtTBnd8.98 ...+0.7
SmCpStk 12.47 -.01 -8.4
TxElt 12.99 +,02 +0.9
TxELT 13.52 +.03 +0.8
TxESh 10.60 +.01 +0.6
VA Bd 11.28 +.02 +1.1
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MdCpldx 21.96 -.06 -7.8
StkIdx 34.74 +.11 -5.9
Value Line Fd:
LrgCo n 20.95 +.02 -4.3
Van Kamp Funds A:
CATFAp 17.91 +.04 +1.3
CmstAp 16.99 +.13 -7.1
CpBdA p 6.62 +.01 +1.3
EqincAp 8.75 +.05 -3.4
Exch 488.78 +1.07 -4.0
GrInAp 20.90 +.19 -4.9
HarbA p 15.96 -.02 -2.7
HiYidA 10.26 -.03 -0.5
HYMuAp10.54 +.01 +1.2
InTFA p 17.57 +.04 +0.9
MunlA p 14.15 +.03 +1.0
PATFAp 16.66 +.03 +0.7
StrGrwth 47.43 -.36 -6.6
StrMuninc l2.54 +.02 +1.3
US MtgeA 13.35 +.01 40 8
UtiR p 25.60 +.43 -1.4
Van Kamp Funds B:
EnterpB t 13.46 -.05 -7.5
EqincB t 8.59 +.04 -3.4
HYMuBt 10.54 +.01 +1.2
MuiB 14.13 +.03 +1.0
PA TFB t 16.61 +.04 40.7
StrGwth 39.81 -.31 -8.6
StrMunInc12.54 +.02 +1.3
USMtge 13.29 +.01 +0.8
UtitB 25.48 +.43 -1.5
VanguardAdmiral:
CAITAdmn11.02+.02 +1.2
CpOpAdin80.61 -.59 -8.5
Energyn152.80 -.55 +0.9
EuroAdmin90.72+.10 -5.4
ExpiAdmi n62.73 -29 -7.3
ExtdAdm n37.83 -.06 -7.6
500Adml0130.37+.41 -5.9
GNMA Ad n10.48+.02 +1.2
GrolncAd n50.60 +.12 4.1
HithCr n 58.57 +1.00 -3 3
HIYidCp n 5.85 02 --0 4
InfProAd n24.77 01 +2 2
ITsryAdrid n11.45+ 01 +1 5
d +
ITGrAdmn9.90 ... +12
LtdTrAd n 10.84 +.02 +0 8
MCpAdmin89.11-.24 -72
m n58 00 19 -6 0
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PrmCap r n72 21 +25 -5 9
STts 1101 69 1
STIGrAdn1072 ... 408
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MuHYn 1067 +02 +12
Mulnst.gn +02
Mu Ltd n 10 84 + 02 0 8
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OHLTTE n11 97 +.03 +1.0
PALTn 11.23 +.02 40.9
PrecMtis r n32.50-.49 -2.5
PrmcpCor n12.68+.05 -6 4
urnn 39
STAR n 20 49 +.02 -3 5
STIGraden10.72 ... +08
STFedn 10.61 ... +10
STTsfyn 10,69 ... +0.9
StratEq n 19.33 -.03 -7.9
TgtRe2025nl3.35+.02-4.7
TgtRe2015 nl2.80+.02 -3.5
TgtRe2035nl4.16+.03-5.5
USGron 19.06 -.08 -5.8
USValue n12.29 +.02 -5.1
Wellslyn 21,87 +.10 -0.5
Welitn n 32.37 +.13 -2.3
Wndsrn 15.10 +,03 -7.4
Wndsil n 30.32 +.18 -6.9
Vanguard idx Fds:
500 n 130.37 +.42 -5.9
Balancedn21.60+.04-4.2
DevMktn l318 ... -6.4
EMktn 3227 +.02 -7.0
Euren 7 5


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Pactic n 12 38 04 -8.5
REIT rn 19 10 +.20-13.9
SmCap n 30 78 +.02 -8.4
SmtCpGth nl8.88-.07 -7.8
SmlCpVinl4.66 +.08 -8.9
STBod n 10.20 ... +1.0
TotBndn 10.25 ... +1.4
TotiIntl n 19.33 ... -6.5
TotStk n 34.00 +.08 -6.2
Value n 25.19 +.15 -5 9
Vanguard Instl Fds:
k Inst 1307-
Euiolnstn38.66 +04 -54
Ext n n 37.84 -06 -7 6




dTCS It in + 57
PacIn in 12.39 -05 8 6
SCinstn 30.80 +02 -84
sn +
Valuelst n 25.20 + 16 -5.9
VanguardSIgnal:
500Sgl n107.69 +.34 -5.9
TotBdSg) n10.25 ... +1.4
TolStkSgI n32.81 +.07 -6.2
Vantagepoint Fds:
Growth 9.99 -.03 -6.9
VDcIor Fuln7d1 +.01 -5.6
WM BlaIr MtlFds.
IntlGthl r 28.43 -.33 -7 1
Waddell & Reed Adv:
AssetS p 12.73 -.07 4 1.7
CoreinvA 6.04 -.02 -4.9
ScTechA 10.81 -.06 -4.0
Wasatch;
SmCpGr 33.33 -.20 -8.3
Wells Fargo Adv :
CmStkZ 17.50 -.03 -6.3
Opptyiny 34.84 -.10 -6.4
Western Asset:
CorePlus 10.25 +.01 +1.0
Core 10.96 ... +1.0
William Blair N:
GrowthN 1115 -01 -59


Legg Mason Ptrs B:
CapincB t 15.30 -.07 -5.1
LgCpGBt22.19 +.08 -7.8
Longleaf Partners:
Partners 31.30 -.19-10.5
Inti 18.86 -.04 -8.9
SmCap 25.77 +.18-10.6
Loomis Sayles:
LSBondl 14.56 -.02 40.5
StrincC15.03-.020.0
LSBondR 14.51 -.02 +0.4
StrIncA 14.97 -,01 +0.1
Lord Abbett A:
AffilAp 13.57 +.07 -5.1
BdDebA p 7.85 -,02 -1.0
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MITA 20 53 +.10 -4.g
MIGA 1472 -.01 -5.8
HllnA 363 -.01 4.7
[ntNwDA 23 41 -.19 -6.6
MFLA 9 90 +.01 +0.6
TotRA 1501 +.OS -2.9
ValueA 25.82 +.15 -5,2
MFS Funds B:
MIGBn 13.32 -.01 -5.8
GvScB n 9.71 +.01 +1.1
HiinBn 3.64 -.01 -0.8
MulnB n 8.48 +.01 +0.7
TotRB n 15.00 +.05 -3.0
MFSFundsinstl:
IntlEq n 19.63 -.04 -5.3
MainStay Funds A:
HiYkiBA 6.13 -.01 -0.g
MainStayFundsB:
CapApB t 28.97 -.35 -7.6
ConvB t 15.11 -.10 -3.7
GovtB t 8.40 +.01 +1.3
HYIdBB I 6.10 -.01 -0.8
IntiEqB 14.08 -.10 -5.2
SmCGB p 14.26 -.03 -7.7
TotRtBt 16.87 -.06 -3.6
Malrs & Power:
Growth 73.27 +.39 --6.9
MarsIcoFunds:
Focus 19.09 -.01 -6.6
Growp 2125 -.03 -4.8
21stCnt p 16.48 -.09 -8.0
MatthewsAsian:
Indiar 25.07 +.54 46.5
PacTiger 27.58 +.31 -3.7
Mellon Funds:
IntiFd 14.66 -.06 --5.6
Metro West Fds.
TotRetBd 9.92 +1,1
Midas Funds. "
Midas Fd 5.72 -.15 -0.7
Monetta Funds:
Monetta n15 69 -.16 -5.5
Mo StanI A-
D atM 18 + 06 -5.1
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StratB 1932 +03 -3.7
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NIomManStan I 5 -7.2
GIValEqA ni7 15 + 02 -5.4
Ind q n 18 61 + 06 -4.9
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NGeh als 4799 +11 -3.0
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EqutyA 993 -02 -6.4
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PAMunA p l2.28+ 02 +0.6
S&MdCpVI34.88-09 -7.6
StrInA p 4.42 ... +0.8
USGv p 9.67 ... +1.6
0 pn Im9 1 +03 +0.2
AMTFrNY 12.65 +.04 +1.3
CpincBt 11.16 +.02 -2.5
ChmpincBt8.79 -.03 -0.4
EquityB 9.31 -.03 -6.5
StrIncB I 4.43 ... +0.7
Oppenhelm Quest:
QBalA 15.32 +.OS -6.3
OppenhelmerRoch:
LtdNYAp 3.34 ... +1.0
RoMu Ap 17.88 +.04 +1.3
RcNtMuAll.02 +.03 +0.3
PIMCO Admin PiMS:
TotRtAd 10.83 ... +2.1
PIMCO Insti PIMS:
AllAsset 12.73 -.01 +0.3
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T here is always much about the future that *
is obscure, but of one
thing we can be reasonably .
certain: In 2008, the United if
States will be involved mili-
tarily in Iraq. It may be a
largely peaceful involve-
ment, centering on the mili-
tary occupation of key areas,
or it may have a major com-
bat component, depending William
on the enemy's capability OT
and intentions, but that VOI
America will be there, there
is no doubt at all.
The occasional politician demand-
ing prompt and total withdrawal from
Iraq is simply fantasizing, and the
Democrats know this, as well as the
Republicans. Such a withdrawal
would merely turn the whole region
over to other nations and forces with
their own fish to fry. Middle Eastern
oil, which the United States itself
could do without, is absolutely vital to
our allies in Europe and elsewhere.
For it to fall into the hands of Russia,
or some consortium of regional pow-
ers, would alter the whole balance of
global power overnight.
Similar considerations will domi-
nate America's Middle Eastern poli-
cies not only in 2008 but thereafter -
and quite regardless of whether (as
seems likely) the Democrats take over
the White House in 2009. A Democratic
president would undoubtedly make a
bigger display of deference to our
allies, and perhaps modify this or that
aspect of U.S. policy in the Mideast, but


he or she would know very
well that a U.S. presence in
the Middle East is an indis-
pensable factor in the diplo-
. matic picture there.
What is harder to assess
is whether U.S. involve-
ment will continue to have
a major military compo-
.. nent. In 2008, the war there
may well be winding down.
Rusher Al Qaeda no longer has (if it
ER ever had) the capability to
CES be a centrally directed and
militarily effective force. It
may still occupy individual
towns, and put to death hundreds or
even thousands of civilian Iraqis. But
U.S. forces effectively dominate the
country, and will continue to do so.
Beyond 2008, however, the United
States must make a major effort to
shift the battle more decisively into a
political context. As the military weak-
ness ofAl Qaeda becomes more appar-
ent, the politicians in Baghdad must
be pressed even more strongly to come
to political terms among themselves.
This has been said before, but the
urgency increases daily.
A politician with disposable influ-
ence is important only as long as he
retains the power to exert it. Once he
commits himself to a policy, his rele-
vance is automatically reduced. There
is, therefore, on the part of Iraqi politi-
cians a powerful inducement to
remain uncommitted, on any subject,
for as long as possible. This is natural
enough, but must be recognized and
resisted as strongly as Washington can


manage. Only a political consensus in
Iraq will create an atmosphere in
which military success can be trans-
formed into political tranquility.
So the odds are that we are in for a
prolonged period of political bargain-
ing among the Iraqis, with each faction
trying to advantage itself in the distri-
bution of the country's assets notably
including oil. Well, there are worse
things than political bargaining-espe-
cially warfare. And if the United States
can continue, in 2008, the gradual wind-
down of military operations that we
have seen in 2007, we will be able to
count the year as a success.
Politically, the Democrats have long
since abandoned their earlier posi-
tion, so neatly summarized last spring
by Senate majority leader Harry Reid
as, "The war is lost." They know better
now, and their rhetoric reflects it.
They will continue to condemn it, but
will not demand that it be ended or
end it themselves, if it comes to that.
The Republicans, conversely, have
dodged the worst bullet responsibil-
ity for a lost war. The military cam-
paign in Iraq continues, as one indis-
pensable part of U.S. strategy in the
Middle East. But the American people
have never fully reconciled them-
selves to our involvement in Iraq, and
the Republican party must shoulder
responsibility for it.

William Rusher is a Distinguished
Fellow of the claremont Institute for
the Study ofStatesmanship and
Political Philosophy.


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he Citrus County Sheriff's
Office has issued a warn-
ing to residents about e-
- mail that appears to come from a
bank or other trusted source, but
is in reality a scam to get sensi-
tive personal information.
The practice of distributing or
publishing e-mail messages that
are designed to look like they're
from legitimate businesses or
financial institutions is known
as ''phishing" (pronounced "fish-
ing').
When criminals go phishing,
they send out e-mail with a link
to a Web page that looks like a
page from a legiti-
mate business such
as eBay, Best Buy, THE I
PayPal or Amazon, Interne
or from a bank or sca
other financial .
institution. Some OUR OP
phishing scams The Inte
even appear to be a da
come from a gov- place
ernment agency care
such as the FBI.
In most cases, the .


passwords, Social Security num-
bers, bank account numbers, etc.
These are then used for identity
theft, or to take money directly
from the bank account.
The way to avoid being taken
in by these scams is to never,
never provide Social Security
numbers, bank account num-
bers, passwords or other person-
al information to an unsolicited
e-mail. Don't reply period!
Legitimate vendors and finan-
cial institutions do not send such
requests by e-mail.
If you have questions about
whether the e-mail is legitimate,
call the institution
or close your e-mail
SSUE: and then go to your
t bank Internet browser
ms. and type in thee
name of the institu-
INION: tion to reach them.
rnet can Never click on ,a
ngerous link that comes in
surf an unsolicited e-
ully mail, because it will
most likely lead you
to a Web site that is


reader is asked to go to the Web the electronic equivalent of
site to clear up their account or going down a dark alley in a bad
to- reconfirm information. neighborhood.
Sometimes there is a threat that The Internet is a wonderful
the failure to respond will lead source of information, and an
to account suspension or some important part of commerce, but
other negative consequence. it is also a potentially dangerous
The Web site has an address that place that international crime
looks like it is from the legiti- groups use to take money out of
mate business or bank, but in the wallets of unsuspecting vic-
reality it is a site set up.by the tims. The way to.avoid being a
scam artist. victiin is to never take the bait
The goal of the phisher is to when a seam artist goes phish-
get personal information such as ing in your e-mail box.

Tree recycling So :::::1.:.-br c g
- Can somebody please the games today, and what
help me and let me know a pleasure to see profes-
whether or not the.county signal announcers. That
is going to come around NFL station needs a lot of
and collect Christmas help.
trees? I know we can take
them to the landfill, but a Burn FOgulatlORS
lot of us don't have per- can.a. In regard to the letter
mits. I know either last won Aggg about a neighbor constant.
year or the year before, the 4.00 0 II ly burning.
courity came around and There is a solution to
collected the Christmas this problem: As a home.
trees on the side of the road. If you owner, I know how annoying it can
ould let tmatknow, are they going to be. As an ex-forest ranger, I know
, eEd tio7s note:a nWe st for the how dangerous it can be. There are
citrus County Board of County laws as to what you can burn no
Commissioners, www.bocc.citrus.11.us garbage or petroleum products or
states "Yo I Id natu plastics.
al Christmasc eree rcFeREoE tothe You must also be so far away
from your own home and also from
Citrus County Central Landfill through your neighbors and the road. Most
nua 1, 2008." It does not men~ fires require permits.
This is all regulated by the
Whiny whinerS Division of Forestry in Brooksville, If
you're going to burn, you need to
In Dec. 30's paper article under call the Forestry, or if you think your
,Whiners go to work," the person is neighbor is burning illegally, you
complaining about all the people should also call them. The two num-
whining about everything in the bers I have are (352) 754-6777 and
oogntbAfterereading he art le, it (352) 754-6780.
shining about the whiners. They Tracking system
should be resident of the Whiners
Club. P It's in the paper this morning
(Dec. 31) that Russia will, in the
Talk to baggers middle of 2008, have tracking
devices that can track dogs, people,
This is in regard to "Heavy bags : whatever. Well, this country should
4'm sure if you asked the bagger to and has to get some kind of a
please don't make them so heavy, I tracking device for people with
know that they would not. They dementia.
Would do what you want. Whatever. They wander off and you have no
NFL channel which way of knowing which way
they went. It would be a great help
I'd like to mention that we if somebody would start this
watched the NFL station last night. because there should be a lot of
The announcers and the commen- money in it for them.


LETT"ERS ~ to the Editor ----


Caring handS by men as a means to assuage the
fears of the unknown; to evidence
I just want to let you know we have events of the times; and to govern peo-
the best hospital and staff that we ple for political purposes. Had those
could ever hope for who wrote about how the creation of
Starting with the Citrus County our universe and our Gods in prepar-
Health Department, thanks to Dr. ing our Bibles been privy to scientific
Pham, I went.to Inverness Imaging for evidence available now, they would
a long-overdue mammogram. The certainly have recognized the need for
technicians there are so caring and modifying their writings to relate
patient and Dr. "D" is the best. When more closely to scientific evidence.
he explained about the lump he Religion will continue to play a
found, I did not feel doomed or pan- large part in people's lives around the
icky, I felt the confidence he felt that globe, notwithstanding that it has for
this was something that could be centuries been the cause of wars and
dealt with in a positive manner., untold millions of deaths solely
I then went to see Dr. Pham at because people believe their cause is
Inverness Surgical Associates. Again, the only true cause. Many feel their
she was so positive and straightfor- religious faith will help in their life
ward and explained exactly what pro- during and after death
cedure she was going to follow with For those who believe it essential to
my treatment. have a school subject offering intelli-
When I went to the outpatient clinic gent design as an alternate subject to
for my lumpectomy, the nurses, staff science, please consider that God for
and volunteers couldn't have been Christians did not exist until the
nicer. They even sent me a thank-you Bible translations were published.
card, thanking me for letting them Religion has no relationship with sci-
take care of me. ence. Religion is taught in churches
Thanks to their prompt attention, mosques, temples, synagogues and at
we caught it in time. All I can do is home. Schools are places of learning
praise them and bless them for all and science is one of those subjects of
their hard work and caring hands, interest to all of us regardless of our
religious alllliations.
Jackie Watson IIopefillly, the School Board in
Inverness Jacksonville will agree when it con
sidess the issue next month
Science has the answerS
George Harbin
Archaeology cannot prove that the Homosassa
Bible is God's written word to us.
There is irrefutable evidence that our' Impact fee logic
planet evolved some 4 1/2 billion years
ago; that men did not exist until some To the gentlemen who wrote the
200,000 years ago, that the Bibles and "Unequal impact fees" letter:
gods of various religions were created Sir, you omitted some facts from


your very well-written letter,
No one pays a tax anywhere before it
exists, using your premise that impact
fees are unconstitutional because peo-
ple who lived in Citrus Country prior to
their existence didn't pay them. That
would make all the taxes levied by
Citrus Country unconstitutional
because someone didn't pay them who
lived here before they existed.
Business does pass on to consumers
ongoing taxes. I act fees are a one-
time usage tax a% cannot be passed
on to consumers. If they were, that
means one store would charge more
than another store that pre-existed
the impact fees.
Neither Wal-Mart, Home Depot'
Kmart nor any other big businesses
a secth s Tdtooi op to smoep
them from building anywhere they
believe they will make money.
I agree the impact fees need to be
tweaked and not include existing
business expansions and should be
for new construction only.

th also quntion your assumption
strut opiawo om o i
There is a construction slowdown all
Over the country.
I hope the commissioners heed
your advice and stop wasting money
and void all existing taxes as being
unconstitutional because of the peo-
ple who lived here prior to their insti-
tution, so we can enjoy all the servic-
es for free. Or as you suggest, we can
make all taxes retroactive back to the
landing of the Mayflower
Louis Pastore
Inverness


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CecIl
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INVERNESS
Cecil Raymond Sparks Jr,
89, Inverness, died Sunday,
Jan. 6, 2008.
Born Jan. 18, 1918, in Kansas
City, Mo., to Cecil and Othelia
Sparks, he came to this area 20

r r a river
He was a member of Church
of God.
Survivors include his wife of
ve aers; w u cof
Marie Valdes and Sara
Cubilete, both of Brandon; and
two grandsons, Philip Valdes
and Nicholas Cubilete, both of
Brandon.who wish may make
memorial donations to the
Humane Society.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Inverness.
Click on www.chronicle
online.com to view archived
local obituaries.
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James R. "Bob" Lanier Sr.
The service of remembrance
for James R. Lanier Sr., 85,
Dunnellon, will be conducted
at 1 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 10,
2008, at the Homosassa Chapel
of Hooper Funeral Homes.
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10 p.m. (FSNFL) Orlando Magic at Sacramento Kings
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
7 p.m. (ESPN) Indiana at Michigan. .
7 p.m. (ESPN2) Wichita State at Missoun State
9 p.m. (ESPN) Florida at Alabama
BILLIARDS
.
3 p.m. (ESPN2) Women's Toumey of Champions Semlfinal
4 p.m. (ESPN2) Women's Tourney of Champions Semifinal
5 p.m. (ESPN2) Women's Tourney of Champions Final
NHL HOCKEY
7 p.m. (SUN) Tampa Bay Lightning at New York Rangers .
7:30 p.m. (VERSUS) Colorado Avalanche at Detroit Red Wings


---=-- Prep CALENDAR
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TODAY'S PREP SPO
BOYS BASKETBA
7:30 p.m. West Port at Citrus
7:30 p.m. Dunnellon at Crystal River
7:30 p.m. Meadowbrook Academy at Sev
GIRLS BASKETBALL
6 p.m. Meadowbrook Academy at Seven
7:30 p.m. Citrus at West Port
7:30 p.m. Crystal River at Dunnellon
7:30 p.m. Lecanto at Belleview
BOYS SOCCER
8 p.m. Central at Citrus
GIRLS SOCCER
5:30 p.m. Citrus at Trinity Catholic


'L'urslsoY, JANu~rnyt 8, 2008 3B


SPORTS


CITRUS COUINTY1 (tFl) CHRONIC:I.,


Sunday


Yardage:74 n Par:73
x-won on fourth hole of playoff
(FedExCup points in parentheses)
x-Daniel Chopra (4,500),
$1,100,000 69-72-67-66 274 -18
Steve Stricker (2,700).
$630,000 73-69-68-64 274 -18
Stephen Ames (1,700),
$410,000 72-67-70-66 275 -17
Mike Weir (1,200), $
310,000 71-67-68-70 276 -16
Hunter Mahan (913),
$218,000 73-72-69-64 278 -14
Jim Furyk (913),
$218,000 74-70-66-68 278 -14
Nick Watney (913),
$218,000 68-72-67-71 278 -14

t o r 8 7 279 -13
$175,000 73-68-69-69 279 -13
Mark Calcavecchia (650),
siss.ooo 75-se-71-ea 280 -12
Brandt Snedeker (650)'
$155,000 71-69-70-70 280 -12
Aaron Baddeley (525),
$130,000 70-71-73-67 281 -11
slh ,0 mpb (658 b-70 281 -11
vilay Singh (525),
$140,000 74-70-67-70 281 -11
Angel Cabrera (438),
$105,000 70-71-70-71 282 -10
a Byrd0 9-74 282 -10
Rory Sabbatini (400),
$90,000 72-74-69-69 284 -8
Woody Austin (363),
rplan73-74-69-70 286 -6
$86,000 73-70-72-71 286 -6
Charley Hoffman (302)'
$81,000 75-72-70-70 287 -5
Zach Johnson (302),
$81,000 76-67-71-73 287 -5
StevbFlesch 07271-74 287 -5
Boo Weekley (250),
$76,000 80-74-68-66 288 -4
Brian Bateman (250),
$76,000 76-70-72-70 288 -4
Fred Funk (210),
$72,000 75-71-72-72 290 -2
George McNeill (210),
$72,000 74-69-72-75 290 -2
Mark Wilson (193),
$69,000 74-72-73-72 291 -1
nr Stens -73-68 292 E
K.J. Choi (181),
$67,500 79-75-69-69 292 E
Paul Goydos (170),
$66,000 81-73-67-73 294 +2
Joe Ogilvie (163).
$65,000 75-73-74-74 296 +4
BASKETBALL
USA Today/ESPN Top 25
The top 25 teams in the USA Today-ESPN
men's college basketball poll, with first-
place votes in parentheses, records
throu h a on oProints
a 25th-place vote anc0previous ranking
Record Pts Pvs
1. Nosth Carolina (23) 15-0 765 1
2. Memphis (6) 13-0 747 2
3. Kansas (2) 14-0 719 3
4. Washington State 6 5
6. c n State 13-1 603 6
7. Dukega 11-1 555 8
8. Georgetown 11-1 551 7
9. Tennessee 12-1 534 9
10. Texas A&M 14-1 499 10
11. Indiana 12-1 463 12
Vanderbilt -0 2
14. Butler 13-1 359 17
15. Mississippi 13-0 317 18
16. Marquette 11-2 288 11
17. Vilianova 11-2 235 16
18. Pittsburgh 12-2 223 13
19. Clemson 12-2 221 19
20 Rhode land 9 4


A d 1
Others receiving votes: Brigham Young
22, Miami 21, Saint Mary's 19, Notre
Dame 18, West Virginia 16, Arizona State
15, Oklahoma 12, Florida 8, Oregon 7'
UNLV 4, New Mexico 2, Ohio State 2'
Syracuse 2, Drake 1, Houston 1, North
Carolina State 1
AP Top 25
The top 25 teams in The Associated
Press' college basketball poll, with first-
place votes in parentheses, records
through aa. 6/s total po ts lased ono
point for a 25th-place vote and previous
ranking:
Record Pts Pvs
1. Noth Carolina (46) 15-01,768 1
Mem is1)25) 2
4. Washington St. 13-01,532 4
5. UCLA 14-11,522 5
6. Michigan St. 13-11,422 6
7 Georgetown 11-11,332 7
8. Tennessee 12-11,282 8
9. Duke 11-11,257 9
d A&M .

13. Vanderbilt 15-0 925 15
14. Butler 13-1 822 16
15. Marquette 11-2 751 10
16. Mississippi 13-0 650 18
17. Dayton 12-1 554 20
18. Clemson 12-2 518 19
15). Villanova 11-2 465 17
20.,Pittsburgh 12-2 461 13
21. Wisconsin 12-2 407 25
22. Rhode Island 14-1 393 23
23. Stanford 12-2 185 24
24. Xavier 12-3 128 -
25. Miami 13-1 85 -
Others receiving votes: Oklahoma 78,
Notre Dame 74, Arizona St. 53, West

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Corinecticut 2, Ohio St. 2, Sam Houston St.
2, Florida 1, Illinois St. 1, New Mexico 1,
Niagara 1
Top 25 Schedule
Tuesday's Games
No. 3 Kansas vs. Loyola, Md., 8 p.m.
No. 6 Michigan State vs. Purdue, 9 p.m.
No. 7 Georgetown at DePaul, 9 p.m.
No. 10 Indiana at Michigan, 7 p.m,
No. 15 Marquette vs. Seton Hall, 9 p.m.
Wednesday's Games
No. 1 UNC vs. UNC Asheville, 7 p.m.


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y the time you read this,
chances are you have
been contacted already,
either by e-mail or phone to
ask you to come out and play.
If not, you will be able to get
an entry form at several clubs
and ublic parks throughout
Citrus County. Another very
important thing to know is that
even if you have a USTA match
scheduled during the tourna-

2 thwteerki k p muetnm
playing, please give the organ-
izers a call and they will do
whatever they can to fit you in.
The fourth annual Crystal
River Open Tennis
Tournament will be held on'
Ja a 19-o210,aatdCwT b Ir
the C stal R H h School
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tennis program. The divisions
offered are: women's, men's'


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levels throughout the county.
New singles players are wel-
come to join for the next session
which will begin in January.
Match times are flexible so that
those who work or have other
obligations during the day can
schedule their matches in the
evening or on weekends. For
more information, please con-
tact Margie McLellan 476-5617
or email margiemclellan@tam-
pabay.rr.com.
USTALeagues
3.0 Senior Women:
Sugarmill Woods def. Citrus
Hills, 3-0. Recoal 1-0. Sara
Douglass/Marciel Marcus, 5-7, 7-
5,1-0; FLyPhilhps/Judy Zumwalt,
6-3, 6-2; Margie
McLellan/Michelle Jones, 6-1, 6-2.
Pine Ridge lost to SCS, 3-0.
Record 0-1.
Citrus Hills record 0-1.
3.5 Senior Women: CRHS def.
SMW, 3-0. Record 1-0. Carol
Warfford/Vicky Bierezynski, 7-5,
6-2; Myrt Thomas/Maureen
Cartiso, 6-4, 4-6, 1-0; Gail
Sansom/Janet Mulligan, 6-0, 6-2.
Skyview def. Harbor Hills, 3-
0. Record 1-0. Ada
Baker/Jimmie Eliasen, 7-5, 4-6,
1-0; Susan Barry/Ginger Privat,
6-3, 6-0; Linda
Lademann/Josephine Perrone,
7-5, 6- .
SMW record 0-1.
4.0 Senior Women:
Sugarmill Woods def. Skyview,
2-1. Record 1-0. Laura
Flanagan/Melissa Staton won,
6-1, 6-0; Roxanne
DeAngelis/Gail Cooper lost, 6-3,
6-4; Arden Allen/Irma
Buttermore won, 4-6, 6-4, 1-0.
Skyview record 0-1.
3.5 Senior Men: Citrus
Hills def. Skyview, 3-0. Record
1-0. John Erdemann/Jim
Ekedahl, 6-1, 6-1; John
Hawley/Roger Foor, 6-1, 6-0;
John Nagle/Robert Poore, 6-0,
6-0.
Skyview record 0-1.


Eric van den Hoogen,
Chronicle tennis columnist,
can be reached at
hoera@juno.com.


traveling 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
Women Tennis Leagues.
USA Women Team Tennis.
Will resume play
4- on January 8, 2008.
This league is
geared towards the
3.0 and 3.5 level
.. I players. Each team
consists of four play-
ers. New players,
regulars or subs, are
always welcome.To
sign up or for infor-
an den nation about this
gen league, contact the
NNIS chairperson ,
Candace Charles, at
563-5859 or can-
dacecharles@tampabay.rr.com
Senior Ladies Tuesday 3.0
League. Play will resume on
January 8, 2008. 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@tampabay.rr.com.
Thursday Morning Citrus
Area Doubles League
League will resume play on
January 10, 2008. For more
information call Maureen
Caruso at 352-270-9172, cell 678-
520-9366, or
maureenl894@aol.com or
Joyce Smith at 628-4622.
The Friday Senior Ladies
Doubles 3.0 3.5 League
Results for January 4 were:
Riverhaven Eagles def. Citrus
Hackers, 4-0; Meadowerest
Swingers def. Pine Ridge
Mustangs, 4-0; Meadowerest
Aces def. Pine Ridge Colts, 4-1;
Sugarmill Woods had a bye.
Fbr 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 play-
ers competing at three different


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Atlantic Division
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Northeast Division fied before
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20 13 8 48126 117 hoera@juno.com- Sally
21 16 4 46108 108 deMontfort (352) 795-9693
19 18 3 41120 117 deMont@embarqmail.com;
16 18 8 40120 136 Heidi Miller (352) 628-1112.
Southeast Division 27 '
W L OT Pts GF GA Ka n ihng id352)B 1 s

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19 20 3 41104 115 tions at the Inverness Golf and
n 17 20 5 39117 131 Country Club in Inverness. The
y 15 22 5 35121 144 Singles tournament had the fol-
STERN CONFERENCE lowing results: Girls Middle
Central Division School division- Sarah
W L OT Pts GF GA Labrador was the winner and
32 8 3 67151 90 Melanie Dodd the runner up.
20 14 5 45 97 99 Boys Middle School division:
19 17 6 44105 102 Kyle Everette the winner and
20 18 2 42112 117 Tim Wenger the runner up.
19 19 3 41118 122 Girls High School division:
Northwest Division Ashton Conner the winner and
W LOT Pts GF GA Jordon Conner the runner up.
ZE 7 511 126 Boys High School division:

23 17 2 48 111 117 Aaron Holzaespsel the winner
3 47119 118 and Luis Delfin the runner up.
4 40 111 131 Monday Night Ladies
Doubles League
Pacific Divi T Pts GF GA The league will resume play

24 16 4 52129 114 OH MOnday January 14, a wrong
23 12 6 52105 94 date was printed in last week's
21 17 6 48107 117 RTticle.
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No 2 Memphis 1 i, pn
No. 9 Duke vs. Temple at the Wachovia
Center, 7 p.m.
No. 13 Vandy vs. South Carolina, 8 p.m.
No. 17 Dayton vs. No. 22 Rh. Island, 7 p.m
No. 18 Clemson vs. Charlotte, 7:30 p.m.
No. 20 Pitt. at South Florida, 7:30 p.m.
No. 24 Xavier vs. St. Bonaventure, 7 p.m
Thursday's Games
No. 4 Washington St. at USC, 11 p.m.
No. 5 UCLA vs. Washington, 10:30 p.m.
No. 14 Butler vs. Wis.-Green Bay, 9 p.m.
No. 21 Wisconsin vs. Illinois, 9 p.m.
No. 23 Stan( rd Oregoe State, 9 p.m.

No games scheduled
Saturday's Games
No. 1 UNC vs. N.C. State, Noon
No. 2 Memphis at Marshall, 8 p.m.
No. 3 Kansas at Nebraska, 9 p.m.
No. 4 Wash. St. at No. 5 UCLA, 2:30 p.m-
c gatn Mate a onwa, 35 p.m.
No. 8 Tenn. at South Carolina, 8 p.m.
No. 11 Texas A&M vs. Colorado, 4 p.m
No. 12 Texas at Missouri, 1:30 p.m.
No. 13 Vanderbilt at Kentucky, 1:30 p.m.
No. 14 Butler vs. Wis.-Milwaukee, 2 p.m.
N Maque e sNotre D6ame, 2 p.m.
- No. 17 Dayton at Saint Louls, 8 (Ent
No. 18 Clemson vs. Florida State, 7 p.m.
No. 19 Villanova at Cincinnati, 7 p.m.
No. 20 Pittsburgh vs. Seton Hall, 2 p.m.
No. 24 Xavier vs. Fordham, Noon
No. 25 Miami vs. Georgia Tech, 2 p.m.
Sunday's Games

ODIn a v i8 mO p.m.
No. 22 Rh. Island vs. Duquesne, 2 p.m.
No. 23 Stanford at Oregon, 4:30 p.m.
NBA Standl 8@$
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Boston 29 3 .906 -
New Jersey 17 16 .515 12Y2
Toronto 17 17 .500 13
Philadelphia 14 20 .412 16
New York 8 24 .250 21
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N.Y Islanders at Edmonton, late
Nashville at Anaheim, late
Today's Games
Buffalo at New Jersey, 7 p.m.
Carolina at Boston, 7 p.m.
Philadelphia at Atlanta, 7 p.m.
Tampa Bay at N.Y Rangers, 7 p.m.
Chicago at Montreal, 7:30 p.m.
Colorado at Detroit, 7:30 p.m.
Pittsburgh at Florida, 7:30 p.m.

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N.Y. Islanders at Vancouver, 10 p.m.
Nashville at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m.
Wednesday's Games
Colorado at Washington, 7 p.m.
Dallas at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.
Toronto at Anaheim, 10 p.m.
FOOTBALL
NFL Playoff Glance
WIId-card Playoffs

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N.Y Giants 24, Tampa Bay 14
San Diego 17, Tennessee 6
Divisional Playoffs
Saturday, Jan. 12
Seattle at Green Bay, 4:30 p.m. (FOX)
Jacksonville at New England, 8 p.m.
(CBS)
Sunday, Jan. 13
San Diego at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. (CBS)
N.Y Giants at Dallas, 4:30 p.m. (FOX)

MOVES
IVIOnday's Sports
Transactions

NationFOOobA League
CLEVELAND BROWNS-Signed Rob
Chudzinski, offensive coordinator, to a two-
year contract extension through 2011.
MIAMI DOLPHINS-Signed LB Marcello
Church, G Marquay Love, WR Kerry Reed
and WR Chandler Williams.
ST LOUIS RAMS-Fired Greg Olson,
offensive coordinator, and Paul Boudreau,
offensive line coach.
HOCKEY
National Hockey League
COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS-Added
G Steve Mason to the roster.


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25-point performance from
Derek LaBahn. The Warriors
played 11 players in the game
and improved to 13-3 overall on
the season.
Both teams will host
Meadowbrook Academy
tonight with the girls playing at
6:00 p.m. and the boys starting
at 7:30.


Chronicle

The Seven Rivers boys and
girls basketball teams each
defeated Inverness Christian
on Monday evening
The girls team won 50-12
thanks to an outstanding per-
formance from senior Rachael
Capra. Capra had 19 points, 12


in the fourth quarter, to go
along with 12 rebounds and six
assists,
"She had a monster game,"
Seven Rivers coach Rick
Kiernan said.
Abby LaBahn scored eight
points for the Warriors (7-6).
The boys team won its game
easily, 75-55, with the help of a


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Chicago 94, Sacramento 93
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Washington 108, Seattle 86
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Milwaukee at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Seattle at Cleveland, 7 p.m.
New Jersey at Charlotte, 7 p.m.
Miami at Minnesota, 8 p.m
L.A. Lakers at Memphis, 8 p.m.
New York at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.
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eighth day of 2008. There are 358
days left in the year.
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On Jan 8, 1935, rock 'n' roll leg-
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Andrew Jackson defeated the
British in the Battle of New Orleans
the closing engagement of the
War of 1812.
In 1918, President Wilson out-
lined his "Fourteen Points" for last-
ing peace after World War 1.
In 1959, Charles de Gaulle was
inaugurated as president of
France's Fifth Republic.
In 1964, President Lyndon
Johnson declared a "War on
Poverty" in his State of the Union
address.
In 1973, the Paris peace talks
between the United States and
North Vietnam resumed.
In 1976, Chinese premier Zhou
Enlai died in Beijing.
In 1987, for the first time, the
Dow Jones industrial average
closed above 2,000, ending the day
at 2,002.25.
Ten years ago: Ramzi Yousef,
the mastermind of the 1993 World
Trade Center bombing, was sen-
tenced in New York to life imprison-
ment.
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Moody is 84. Comedian Soupy
Sales is 82. CBS newsman Charles
Osgood is 75. Singer Shirley
Bassey is 71. Game show host
Bob Eubanks is 70. Country-gospel
singer Cristy Lane is 68. Actress
Yvette Mimieux is 66. Rock musi-
cian Robby Krieger (The Doors) is
62. Rock singer David Bowie is 61.
Movie director John McTieman is
57. Actress Harriet Sansom Hanis
is 53. Actress Jenny Lewis is 32.
Actor Scott Whyte is 30. Actress
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ust like the passing of 2007, the time for
pounds of fruitcake and mounds of mash
pota Dese tSisonet year when people are
making resolutions for healthier
lifestyles, better-toned thighs and a body
that will be read\ to hit the beach this summer
But before choosing a g.1m, do a IIttle
research to find the place where sou will feel
comfortable sweating allay those hunter
pounds.
The Florida Am-lculture and Consumer
Services Department provides consumers w illi
a variety of ways to check out hole local gyms
measure up. The department regulates health
clubs, and facilities are required to register
Some are also required to post a bond to protect
members in case the club goes out of business.
Commissioner Charles Bronson urges con-
sumers to do their homework or their wallets
may be the only things getting lighter.
"We see a lot of new heath clubs starting each
year and, unfortunately, a number of them close
down, as well," Bronson said in a news release.
"I think gyms are a good investment in one's
health, but people need to make sure it's a solid
investment."
Of the 1,741 health clubs registered in Florida
during 2007, 339 clubs went out of business,
according to the department.
To find out ifa business is registered and to
check its complaint history, call (800) 435-7352
or (800) 352-9832.
Other things to consider when choosing a gym
should include what types of places make
you feel comfortable.
Kerri Kitchen, a certified per-
sonal fitness trainer in
Crystal River, said a person
shouldn't feel intimidated a .
when they walk in.
Most places will offer
you a tour, Kitchen said.
Take it. Sometimes gyms also offer the
first workout for free so you can get a
better idea of whether or not your per-
sonality and the gym are a good fit.
The staff should be helpful,
friendly and willing to show you
how to use the equipment.
Proximity and gym amenities are other
important factors.
According to Weight Watchers online, the far-
ther away a gym is from where you live, the
harder it will be for you to consistently work out
there.
But for Annabella Sellers of Sugarmill Woods,


Dr. C. Joseph
Bennett
AMERICAN
CANCER
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n many of my previous
columns, I have written
about various cancers
and their possible associa-
tion with obesity and high-
fat diets. Results of a recent
prospective Swedish study
of mainly premenopausal
Women at enrollment does
not provide any evidence
that total dietary fat or
intake of monounsaturated
ht (MUFA), polyunsaturated
At (PUFA) or saturated fat
(SFA) is associated with
overall breast cancer risk.
However, according to
researchers in this study, the
results suggest that types of
fat (MUFA, PUFA, SEA) may
have different effects on risk
between breast cancer
occurring before and after
age 50 years. Such a finding
has not been reported
before. There is no apparent
Please see BENNETT/Page 8C


Special to the Chronicle


} Other things to look for when
checking out a gym is how clean the
machines are and if there is disinfee-
tant nearby for people to use on the
machines. Also ask when their peak
hours are to see if those times coin-
cide with when you will typically be
working out.
The majority of gyms offer both long-
and short-term contracts for customers to
sign up While it may be cheaper to sign a year-
long contract, unexpected changes could cost
extra.
Check for provisions such as if you move
away, or if you physically can't work out.
Kitchen suggests starting out with a one month
contract to make sure the gym works well for
you and then signing no more than a six-month
contract at a time.
"Never sign a year contract," Kitchen said. "If
you decide you don't like it or you get injured,
then you're stuck"


ympanostomy or the parent to keep the ear
myringotomy are 4, dry, and they have recurrent
terms to describe an draining ears, which is one
incision that is made of the aforementioned risk
through the eardrum while ; factors,
visualizing the eardrum Short-term ventilation
under the microscope. The tubes run the risk of perfora-
procedure is done for chron- tion in about one-half per
ic middle ear disease and cent to 2 percent of the time
middle ear fluid, which has whereas long-term ventila
not responded to conserva- Dr. Denis Grillo tion tubes, which can stay in
tive measures such as antibi- EAR, NOSE place up to a couple of years,
Otics. & THROAT run the range of 3 percent to
Tympanostomy and place- about 50 percent, depending
ment of ventilation tubes are on the studies cited. In most
a well-accepted form of treatment for instances, the patient has to undergo
chronic ear disease. However, the use only one set of ventilation tubes. But
of tubes is not completely without com- there are exceptions where multiple
plications. An example of sets are placed.
possible complications The US9 Of This situation puts the
include the draining, patient 'at risk for once
hifected ear after contam- tubes is not again recurrent perfora-
ination, scar tissue and tion and thickening and
persistent perforation Completely scarring of the eardrum.
after the tube is removed. There is, indeed, a
It is commonly known Without legitimate concern for
that the type of ventila- these complications. But
tion tube placed, as well COmplications. for the most part, the
as the surgical placement immediate benefit of
of the ventilation tube in various parts clearing up the ear disease outweighs
of the eardrum, can influence the the long-term risks.
chance of long-term problems/compli- If one considers the immediate prob-
cations, lem associated with ear disease, such


as hearing loss, delayed speech and


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lung

cancer

r. Smith is a 79-year-
old gentleman who
has smoked all his
life. He tried to quit a few
times, but could not do so.
He noticed that he is losing
weight and his appetite is
decreasing. He developed a
worsening cough and
breathing problems. He
went to see his family doctor,
who ordered a chest X-ray.
He had a large mass in his
lung. A workup showed that
he has lung cancer, a non
small cell lung cancer, which
has spread to the bones. He
was feeling fairly weak and
tired.
His choices were no treat-
ment or chemotherapy He
was very weak and so
chemotherapy could be very
toxic to him. He thought
about the options. He was
not ready to quit. He started
chemotherapy
In lung cancer patients,
performance status (PS) is a
very important determinant
of prognosis. PS is basically
determined by how weak the
patient is. The more active
the patient, the better PS is,
and that means it carries a
better prognosis. So chemo-
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traveling 17 miles to a gym in
Brooksville is worth it because it
has the atmosphere she needs to
focus.
"I want a place that caters to people 40 and
older:" Sellers said
Sellers said she didn't want a "body-builder"
type gym, but rather a place that had user-
friendly equipment that is easy to use for peo-
ple of all shapes, ages and sizes. .
Atmosphere can be a big deal. Think about if
you want to listen to music while you work out,
if you want shower facilities or would be inter-
ested in using a pool. See if the gym offers class-
es and if there is an additional charge for them.


Dr. Sunil Gandhi
CANCER
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2008, a new beginning to work on a new you


a Create a list of all of the things
that you wish to accomplish in the
new year; transfer these to your cal-
endar with specific dates of action,
Well, this should keep us busy for a
while! I hope this helps you create a
new beginning in the new year. May
you be blessed m your ventures!

Lillian Yai Yai Knipp is an
internationally trained hair designer,
make-up artist, skin-care specialist,
fashion designer and Citrus County
business owner. A former model,
modeling agency owner and fitness
instructor, she can be reached at
yaiyaistyle@hotmail.com.


complements your schedule, one that
you will use every day. Consistency is
the key, not the length of the session. A
simple 15 minutes of cardio and 15
minutes of strength training will make
a difference. Ifyou battle with weight,
seek professional help with your diet
plan and possibly a supplement to
assist you. Your work out should con-
sistofalotofeardiowithasweatsuite
so that you can burn the excess fat.
Re-hydrate after all workouts and
avoid strength training until you slim
down. Be confident! You can do it!
5 Time management is the key for
an organized, stress-free life. Create a
plan that allows time for everyone.
Have a date night with your spouse,


mother and kid day, at-home work time
and most importantly -you time.
M Pay it oil Organize your budget
and cut out the excess spending first.
Put your credit cards away and pay
the extra money to the cards. Pack
your lunch instead of ordering out,
make coffee at home instead of buying
it, only eat dinner out once a week,
stop the expensive habits like the
after-work cocktail; everything adds
up!
a Keep your surroundings neat, as
they affect your mood. Study Asian
design trends. Organize your home
and work with an airy flow and tidy
appearance. You will be surprised
with the calmness of your mood.


ello and happy tapers wit.h texture around

H new year' 2008 your face bring out. your
means a "new bone structure. Don't for-
beginning"' We all crave get the makeup. Mineral
that something "new" to makeup is filled with natu-
spice up our lives. There _. ral vitamins, has sun-
are many topics of change screen, smells clean, has a
in the new year; from 9 . strong dye load and lasts
finances to makeovers. all day. Contact a salon for
Hereareafewsimpletips a color-typing session so
to get you on the right path Lillian Yai Yax that you can have a fresh
to a new beginning. IPP new face. Don't forget the
5 Go for it! Get that YAl YAl skin care and the anti-
makeover and change your STYLE aging benefits, while you
look. Are you still wearing are at it; request a skin-typ-
your high school hair? ing session as well.
Shorter lengths add youth, a modern a Get the body that you have always
shape adds interest to your style and wanted! Create a workout plan that


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Friday, Jan. 25, Paramount Plaza
Suites, 2900 S.W. 13th St., Gaines-
ville. 6 hours credit. Preregistration
$81. Instructor: Dr. Lori B. Kanter,
Ph.D., DPM, RD. Call (877) 246-
6336 or (925) 609-2820.
a Changing Your Lifestyle
seminar at 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb.
9, at Elements of Health at 3930 S.
Suncoast Blvd., in Homosassa, in
the Homosassa Springs Plaza next
to Publix. Free. Call 628-7036, as
seating is limited.
a Hospice of Marion County,


Inc. will hold its eighth annual Trail
Ride on Saturday, Feb. 9, on the
Central Florida Greenway at the
Florida Horse Park in Ocala, with
lunch by Tommy's BBQ, entertain-
ment by Shane Wooten and a
demonstration by equestrian trainer
Lynn Palm. Proceeds will benefit
patient care programs The mini-
mum donation to ride is $25. Tick-
ets available for lunch and the en-
tertainment. Call (352) 854-5218.


cine from your health care provider
or pay for the vaccine upon receipt.
Monday: East Citrus
Community Center, 9907 E. Gulf-
to-Lake Highway, Inverness.
a Jan. 28: Central Citrus
Community Center, 2804 W. Marc
Knighton Court, Lecanto.
a 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.
More about meal plans -
Monday.
Medications and monitoring -
Jan. 28.
Sick days Feb. 4.
Avoiding complications -
Feb. 11.
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. Call Lynece Hand, R.N., 795-
6233, ext. 240 or Carol Burke,
R.D., 726-5222.
a 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. CEill B&W Rexall at 726-
1021 or 726-1555.
a INGLIS Hospice of the
Nature Coast seeks volunteers
who live in Inglis and Yankeetown.
Call Judy Knowiton, volunteer
program manager, at 527-6613 or
(866) 463-1385.
Hospice of the Nature Coast is a
program of Hospice of Citrus
County. www.hospiceofthenature
coast.org.
a Donations of soft, relaxing
music or books on CD or cassette
sought for the Citrus team of
Hemando-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.
a Support Group Leader ori-
entation from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30
p.m. Friday, Jan. 25, at Citrus
Resource Center, 2804 W. Marc
Knighton Court, Lecanto, for the
Alzheimer's Family Organization, to
instruct individuals in the running
and proper functioning of a support
group. Open to the public and is
free. Register by calling (888) 496-
8004 or (727) 848-8888.
M Alzheimer's, Dementia and
Parkinson's course for health pro-
fessionals 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.


glaucoma screening on
Wednesday at Crystal Eye Center,
U.S. 19 South, Crystal River. Call
795-0212.
a The Area 13 Family Care
Council will meet from 10 a.m. to
noon Monday at the Wildwood
DCF office, 1601 W. Gulf Atlantic
Highway. All persons interested in
issues of those with developmental
disabilities and their families are
encouraged to attend. Call Nancy
Stubbs at (352) 544-2322, ext. 100.
A Free osteoporosis scmen-
ing at 9 a.m. Monday at Beverly
Hills Community Church, 82 Civic
Circle. Other screenings for stroke
risks available for a fee from Life
Line Screening. Preregistration
required, call (800) 697-9721).
a Free blood pressure and
other health screenings offered
from 9 to 11 a.m. by the Citrus
County Health Department at the
designated sites and dates below,
including fasting blood sugar, a test
for anemia, kits to test for blood in
stool (fee of $5 each), and free
blood pressure. Web: www.citrus
countyhealth.org.
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-


M "Freedom From Smoking"
classes from 6 to 7:30 p.m., begin-
ning today, from the Citrus County
Health Department. Classes will be
in the Extension
Office/Environmental Health build-
ing, 3650 Sovereign Path, Lecanto
(Classroom A). Classes will run for
eight weeks:
Today Orientation.
Jan. 15 Session 1.
Jan. 22 Session 2.
9 Jan. 29 Session 3 (Quit
Night).
Jan. 31 Session 4 (48-hour
support).
6 Feb. 5 Session 5.
Feb. 12 Session 6.
e Feb. 19 Session 7 (end
session).
The total fee for the remaining
sessions is $20. Orientation is free.
Call Tom O'Brien at the Citrus
County Health Department at 527-
5560.
5 "Surgical Approach and
Management of Atrial
Fibrillation," from 3:30 to 5:30
p.m. today at Plantation inn, 9301
W. Fort island Trail, Crystal River,
by Oak Hill Hospital in Spring Hill
and Regional Medical Center
Bayonet Point in Hudson. Free
blood pressure and blood oxygen
level checks offered. Seating is lim-
ited and reservations are advised.
Call 628-6060 in Citrus or (352)
597-6333 in Hemando.
a Free vision, cataract and


Please see NOTES/Page 4C


Transitions Grief Support Groups
Tuesday, 3 and 6 pm
Hernando-Pasco Hospice presents ongoing grief programs
every Tuesday for anyone who has experienced the sudden
loss of a loved one. A trained bereavement counselor conducts
the support group.Participants are provided a workbook.
Registration required.Call800.486.8784.FREE
FREE Balance Screenings
Wednesday from 11:15 am-12:00 pm
Seven Rivers Rehab & Wound Center,1675 SE.US Hwy.
19,conveniently located in the Crystal River Shopping Center
(next to Sweetbay).No appointment necessary.Call
352.795.0534 for additional information.
SHINE for Seniors
January 18, 9 am 12 pm
Seven Rivers Outpatient Laboratory
New Location! Visit with a SHINE (Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders) volunteer at the newly relocated
s ='e"
north of the hospital) for free help with Medicare msurance
questions.No appointment necessary, walk-in basis served by
Srder of al.uPlea i n at front sLbin the lobby of the
Stroke: When to Call 911
Wednesday, January 9, 11:30 am
With strokeprevention is key.Knowing the types of strokes,
their waming signs and what to do when stroke occurs may
lower your chance of long-term disability often associated
with stroke.Presented by Mary Anne Kolary DO.Board
Certified in emergency medicine. FREE
Good News About Knee and Hip Pain
Wednesday, January 16, 1:00 pm
If you are over 55 and hate hee or lup pain, startnew or
swelling, chances are y ou have anarils of the knee or hip.
The good news is many treatments are available, allowing you
to move easily and without pain once agaiit. FREE
Colorectal Cancer: Screenings Are
Important
Wednesday, January 23, 1:00 pm
cow.nass.nens.no, owronsunes, ascenesa
relatively advanced stage, so screening or she disease a sh
feul =X all bknid testing ,md colonoscopy alt imporunt Juin
.1 G Ran MD.Bo. more about colorectal cancer, treatment options and outcomes.
A free take house fecal occult blood screening will be
available to the first 20 registration. FREE
All That Wheezes is Not Asthmatic
Thursday, January 24, 10:00 am
Do you frequently find yourself short of breath, coughing or
wheezing and suspect you may have asthma? kin Sunoj
Abraham, MD, Board Certified in pulmonology to learn about
common respiratory problems and treatment options. FREE
Diet Therapy for Diabetes
Tuesday, January 29, 6:00 pm
Diet-is an essential part of controlling diabetes. Understanding
how food affects blood glucose levels empowers you to make
choices that will best fit your lifestyle, food preferences and
achieve good blood sugar control.Product samples available.
Safe Sitter Course
Tuesday, February 16, 9:00 am 4:00 pm
Boys and girls 11 to 13 who are interested in babysitting are
encouraged to attend this medically accurate program that
teaches students how to handle emergencies when home alone
and caring for children. Call lennifer Hall at 352.795.8344 for
details. $35
Childbirth-Related Education
Women's & Family Center
The Women's & Family Center offers a variety of additional
free or low cost childbirth-related education programs
throughout the year including Early Pregnancy, Sibling
Preparation, Infant Care and Childbirth Refresher.Please call
the Women's & Family Center directly to make an
appointment, 351795 BABY (2229).
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m Get about 1,500 milligrams of cal-
cium daily through nutrition or sup-
plements. Because vitamin D helps
the body absorb calcium, it may help
to take 800 international units (IU)
daily of vitamin D.
a If you are diagnosed with osteo-
porosis, your doctor will recommend
medication.
a If you take moderate to high doses


of corticosteroids, have regular eye
exams to check for glaucoma.
M Ask your doctor whether you can
reduce your oral steroid dose by
adding other medications.
a Have your blood pressure
checked regularly.
m Also have your blood sugar
checked frequently. Use of high-dose
steroids has been associated with the
development of diabetes.

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pharmacy for more than 20years.
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success, your doctor may reconunend
oral steroids. Some people take oral
steroids because they have COPD that
other medications can't relieve.
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months or years, particularly in mod-
erate to high doses, you are at
increased risk for developing any of a
variety of side effects: cataracts,
osteoporosis, diabetes, high blood
pressure, muscle weakness, easily
bruised skin, hair loss, facial hair
growth in women, weight gain and
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Gulfcoast Aquatic and Rehabilita-
tion.

so ri^ reoanalfoountool ridu-
als, couples, families and children
experiencing a broad range of per-
sonal, relationship and family prob-
lems.Call Marty at Catholic
Charities at (800) 242-9012.
a Citrus Memorial Health
System has speakers. Mail
requests to Debi Shields in Public
Relations, Citrus Memorial hospital,
502 W. Highland Blvd., Inverness,
FL 34452, or call her at 344-6501.
a Diane White of Hero
Assistance Dogs is available as a
guest speaker. Call at 560-3785.
a Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Center maintains an active
group of speakers. Call Jennifer
Hall, community relations coordina-
tor, at 795-8344 or (352) 489-2022,
ext. 8344.
a LifeLink of Florida, the agency
which coordinates organ and tissue
donations for the Tampa Bay area,
has speakers available. Call
Jennifer Krouse at (800) 262-5775
or (813) 253-2640.
a The Citrus County Health
Department will provide speakers
to groups interested in health top-
ics. Call Judi Tear at 527-0068, ext.
271.
a Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Center offers a way to
send e-mail messages to loved
ones who have been admitted to
the hospital. Log onto
www srrmc.com, and go to
Quickfind, or Patient and Visitor
info. Choose Email a Patient, com-
plete the form and hit send.
a Senior Companion Program
serve 20 hours per week. providing
companionship, respite care,


escorted transportation and other
services to clients who are at risk
I ement in long-term care

Prospective SCP volunteers do
not need medical or technical
skills, just the ability to be a friend.
Call Sue Carscadden, SCP assis-
tant, at 527-5959.
a Barrier Free America as
advocates will work with persons
who have disabilities and the entity
involved in complying with the
Americans with Disabilities Act of
1990 (ADA).
To file a grievance (the service is
free), call for an appointment at
628-5401. Barrier Free America is
at the Golden Eagle Plaza, 3269 S.
Suncoast Blvd., Homosassa.
a Florida Alliance for
Assistive Services and
Technology (FAAST) will exhibit
and demonstrate adaptive and
assistive devices for people with
disabilities and the elderly. A
FAAST Demonstration Center is at
the Center for Independent Living's
Lecanto office. FAAST is at 3774
W. Gulf-to-Lake Highway, Lecanto,
FL 34461. The center is open from
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Friday. Call 527-8399.
a Agency for Persons with
Disabilities toll-free number is
(866) APD-CARES or (866) 273-
2273, staffed from 8 a.m. until 5
p.m. Monday through Friday. The
agency currently serves more than
35,000 Floridians with the develop-
mental disabilities of mental retar-
dation, autism, cerebral palsy,
spina bifida and Prader-Willi syn-
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an identifying bracelet or pendant
with a code number and direct tele-
oe number to th a Ipating

(888) 496-8004.
a The Alzheimer's Family
Organization's Respite
Assistance Program is available
to all residents of Citrus, Pasco,
Hernando, Sumter and Lake coun-
ties caring for an individual with
dementia or Alzheimer's disease.
Call (727) 848-8888 or toll free at
(888) 496-8004
a Citrus County Community
Support Services and Catholic
Charities offers a Respite Care
Program for people with early
onset Alzheimer's disease or other
dementia-related illnesses, from
12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Our Lady of Grace Church, 6
Roosevelt Blvd., Beverly Hills. Call
Donna Atwell at 527-5932, Citrus
County Community Support
Services or Marie Monahan with
Catholic Charities at (800) 242-
9012, ext. 22.
a The Doctor Ride program
helps with medical appointment
transportation in Citrus County for
those age 65 and older. Three or
four days' notice is required, and
only one ride per week is available.
To volunteer or ride, call John at
746-3796.
a Beverly Hills Skillbank, a
volunteer organization, will drive
qualified Beverly Hills residents to
doctors' appointments and pharma-
cies throughout Citrus County.
They will also drive to grocery
stores, hair salons and barbers in
Beverly Hills. To qualify, you must
be 60 years of age or older and
cannot drive yourself. If you need
this service, phone 746-5001 from
9 a.m. until noon Monday through
Friday. There is no fee for this
service.
a Telephone Friends service
confirms safety and imparts care
and concern, is available at no
cost. Call Nature Coast Volunteer
Center at 527-5950 or e-mail
ncyc@bocc.citrus.fl.us.
a The Citrus County Health
Department (CCHD) has a toll-
free information line, (877) 746-
3248. The CCHD Web address is
www.citruscountyhealth.org and
the Community Resource number
is 211.
a The Beverly Hills Lions Club
Inc. has a loan closet for wheel-
chairs, walkers, canes, bath chairs,
etc. Call Lion Warren Adams, 746-
1984.
a The Center for independent
Living of North Central Florida
(CILNCF) encourages people with
disabilities to:
Exert their individual rights.
Live as independently as pos-
sible,
Make personal life choices.
Achieve full community inclu-


Services include information and
referral, peer support, advocacy,
independent living skills, computer
introduction course, reading class-
es, DCF services and monthly food
available. Call 527-8399.
it is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday, on State
Road 44, across from Cowboy
Juriction.
a The Citrus County Health
Department offers child safety
seat checks by appointment at the
Inverness office, 120 N.
Montgomery Ave. Call Sue Littnan
at 726-1731, ext. 242.
a Florida Elks Children's
Therapy Services provides free in-
home physical and occupational
therapy to Florida children in need.
Call Inverness Elks Secretary Walt
Mabie, PDDGER, at the Lodge
office, 8 a.m. to noon Monday
through Friday at 726-2027.
a Citrus County Health
Department offers birth control
services to women of childbearing
age. These confidential services
are available at all health depad-
ment locations from a female
provider who specializes in
women's health.
Call the office nearest you:
Inverness 726-1731; Crystal River
795-6233; Lecanto 527-0068.
5 A+ Healthcare Home Health
will be at the following locations to
offer free blood pressure screen-
ing. Call Mary Pearsall at 564-
2700.
East Citrus Community
Center: 9 to 11 a.m. first
Wednesday monthly.
Brentwood Health Center: 10
to 11 a.m. second Tuesday month-
ly.
West Citrus Community
Center: 9 to 11 a.m. third
Wednesday monthly
Invemess Community Center:
9 to 11 a.m. third Tuesday monthly.
a Inverness Sports & Orthopedic
Rehab Team (SPORT) offers free
screening, by appointment, for
individuals with neck/back pain,
headaches, orthopedic injuries,
carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, osteo-
porosis and general fitness. Call
341-3740.


a Free HIV testing is available
at the Citrus County Health
Department: Inverness, 726-1731;
Crystal River, 795-6233; Lecanto,
527-0068. Walk-ins accepted,
appointments preferred.
A Free hearing screenings
offered by All Children's Sertoma
Therapy Center from 9 to 11 a.m.
Tuesday and Thursdays by
appointment only at 760 W.
Hampshire Blvd., Suite 9, Citrus
Springs. Call 746-3300.
a Telecommunication equip-
ment is available to any Florida
resident who has a hearing or
speech impairment. Call Citrus
Hearing Impaired Program
Services at 795-5000 (voice) or
795-7243 (TTY). Visit the Web site
at www.ftri.org.
a SHINE (Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders) coun-
selors offer information and assis-
tance on Medicare (figuring out the
paperwork, bills and filing appeals),
Medicare Supplemental insurance,
Medicare prescription drug cover-
age and long-term care planning.
For an appointment at Citrus
Memorial Health System's SHARE
Club from 9 a.m. to noon Monday,
call 344-6513, SHARE Club affilia
tion is not required,
For appointments at other sites
throughout the county or informa-
tion, call the Elder Help Line at
(800) 262-2243 or leave your
name and telephone number with
the Citrus County Senior Care
Services at 527-5930. A SHINE
counselor will return your call.
SHINE Walk-In Sites with no
appointment necessary:
Citrus County Resource
Center noon to 4 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursdays 2804 W. Marc
Knighton Court, Lecanto.
Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Center 9 a.m. to noon
the first and third Fridays monthly
check in at the new Outpatient
Laboratory at 11503 W. Emerald
Oaks Drive, Crystal River.
a "Medically Speaking," a 30-
minute health awareness program,
airs at 5 p.m. Monday on WYKE
TV, channel 16, hosted by April
Saxer, marketing director for


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11A SHINE introductory training
class will be held Feb. 18. For
more information, call (800) 262-
2243 and ask to speak to a SHINE
liaison.
5 New weekly yoga class,
10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Nature
Coast Unitarian Universalist Fel-
lowship, 2149 Norvell Blyant High-
way (County Road 486), behind
and to the right of the Chevron sta-
tion in Lecanto. Payment will be $7
per class or 6 sessions for $35.
Bring a mat and wear loose-fitting
clothing. Call Barbara Ewing-
DeRemer at 795-5736.
a Diabetes education program
from Citrus Memorial Health
System's Diabetes Center: tour
with a diabetes educator through
Public to leam which foods will
effectively meet dietary needs and
how much can be eaten. Call Carol
McHugh at 341-6110.
A LifeSouth hosts Hot Dog
Wednesday blood drives from 9
a.m. to 7 p.m. the last Wednesday
monthly at the Inverness donor
center, 220 S. Pine St., and
Lecanto donor center, 1241 S-
Lecanto Highway. Hot dogs and
other lunch items will be served for
all donors. Donors will receive a
recognRion item, and a cholesterol
screening. Call (888) 795-2707 or
visit www.lifesouth.org. Donors
must be at least 17 years old,
weigh 110 pounds or more and
have a valid photo LD.
a Russell Chiropractic and
Wellness Center is available to do
school and sports physical
Monday, Tuesdays and Thurs-
days. Call Barbara at 726-0888.
m Free hearing evaluations
open to the Citrus County commu-
nity, 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. first and
third Thursday monthly at the
Crystal River Health and Rehab
Center, 136 N.E. 12th Ave., Crystal
River. Sponsored by Quality
Hearing Centers of Leesburg,
Ocala and Invemess. Call 228-
0918 to make an appointment.
5 Free spinal scan and facility
tour with Dr. Russell
Lewandowski, who is also avail-
able to speak at community organi-
zations. Call Barbara at 726-0888-
Visit www.proadjusterbyrussellchi-
ro.com.
5 Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Center's Web site is
www.srrmc.com.
m American Cancer Society's
"Road to Recovery" program
needs volunteer drivers. Call Cindi
Crisci, area patient services repre-
sentative at the American Cancer
Society, at (727) 812-7028.
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Organization's Wanderers
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The next morning was much better.
I was so much better that I did not
apply the brace, but continued walk-
ing only gingerly on flat, even surfaces
and applying the medication. I contin-
ued to improve throughout the
ow day and now expect a near full
? recovery in about a week or
is two.
I had not had a foot sprain in
rtsI about 15 years or so, and this
episode reinforced what I had
learned and try to impart to my
patients to try to help them. I followed
the paradigm for mild footlankle
sprains with a few exceptions, but
understood the reason my pain
increased for a short time was
because I strayed somewhat from the
full treatment course.
For those who suffer such a mild
footlankle sprain, I hope you can fol-
low the treatment regimen of rest, ice,
avoidance of uneven terrain, and pos-
sible anti-inflammatory. Do not imme-
diately return to activities on uneven
surfaces for at least a week or two if
possible, even if you are feeling better
within days because healing takes


longer. You risk potentially a more
severe re-sprain injury if you do nqt
allow the proper time to heal.
Bracing might also be helpful. I
believe I improved significantly with
the use of the brace, which allowed
me to gain control of motion about the
sprained area in order to take pres-
sure off the injured tissue to allow
healing. I would not expect everyone
to have a recovery course the same as
mine. Everyone is different and there
are different types and degrees of
footlankle sprains.
I recommend you seek medical
attention if an apparent mild spraill
does not improve within two weel<.
Also, I recommend you get immediate
treatment if you injure your foot or
ankle and experience immediate,
severe swelling and bruising or cart-
not walk after five to 10 minutes, as
there may be a fracture or dislocation.

David B. Raynor, DPM, is a podiatrist
located m Inverness. He can be
reached at 726-3668 with questions or
suggestions for future columns.


would be suspicious for a
fl'acture. If a fi-acture is
suspected, I recommend
that one does not put
weight on the foot and seek
immediate medical atten-
tion including radiographs.
For my type of foot
sprain, I advise the prompt
use of ice, which I did not
do because I went for a
boat ride instead with my
family. I felt pretty good for
about three to five hours
after the injury with walk-


applying ice to the area. Anti-inflam-
matory medication would have been
of benefit, but I elected to do without
as a personal choice, as I hoped the
following day would be better,
The following morning was
worse, and I was literally hob- W
bling around. Wow, this hurts!
I limped to work and began th
applying a transdermal, topical
anti-inflammatory directly to hu
the area. I applied it directly to
the area four times per day and
was very careful to only walk on flat,
even surfaces like my office and
home.
I also applied a gauntlet ankle
brace later that day. I have written
about this brace before in this col-
umn, and you might remember it is
my favorite all-around ankle brace.
The brace supplied support, but was-
n't the miracle I expected. The brace,
which is one size fits all, even rubbed
on my ankle, like some of my patients
have mentioned to me in the past.
However, I persevered and gave the
brace a chance and took it easy as
well,


his weekend, my
T daughter sprained
her ankle while
playing football with her
brothers. Her sprain was 4
mild. As Itried to get to her
to be of assistance and b
reassurance, I also
sprained my foot on a -
cypress knee. I went down. .
This episode made me Dr. David
think about the steps I take BEST
when approaching a FOR
sprain and allowed me to
revisit treatment on
myself.
I could not walk for about a minute
after the initial injury. After some
intense pain, I was able to walk after
rubbing the affected area for a few
minutes. I assessed the situation and
there was no immediate swelling or
bruising, and I was able to walk So I
had a mild foot sprain.
' Classic ankle sprains are usually
really foot sprains, and this is what I
determined I had. Immediate signifi-
cant swelling and the inability to walk
afterward for about five minutes


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ing on flat, even surfaces.
However, that evening I had much
more significant discomfort. It was
difficult to walk and my foot just con-
tinually hurt, making sleep difficult.
Thus I used ice in a plastic bag direct-
ly applied to the area for 20 minutes
on and 20 minutes off. Applying ice
longer than 20 minutes at a time has
actually been clinically shown to
negate any benefit of the icing.
Also, do not soak in an ice bath, as
doing so is torture, in my opinion, and
provides no advantages over simply


Social "Moving On" support
group at 10 a.m. Tuesday at
Crystal Paradise Restaurant in
Crystal River.
Social "Moving On" support
group at 4 p.m. Friday at Cinna- 1
mon Sticks Restaurant, Inverness.)
Parents support group, a
chapter of Bereaved Parents of the
USA, at 7 p.m. the second
Wednesday monthly at First
Presbyterian Church in Crystal ;
River.
5 Look Good ... Feel Better foc
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
Boissoneault Oncology Institute,
Lecanto. Call Mildred Roseberry
(746-7212) or the American Cancer
Society (800) 395-LOOK (5665) to
register.
a Women's Breast cancer
Support Group at noon the sec- ,
ond Friday monthly at the Robed
Boisonneault Oncology institute,
522 N. Lecanto Highway, Lecanto,
sponsored by Dr. Joseph Bennett
Jr. Lunch included, donations
appreciated. Call Judy Bonard at
527-4389 or June O'Donnell at
527-8371.
Please see GROUPS/Page 6C


Contact HPH in Citrus at 527-4600
or visit www.hphospice.org.
Bereavement support group, 2
to 3:30 p.m. Monday at Sugarmill
Manor Inc., 8985 S. Suncoast
Blvd., Homosassa.
Caregiver support group, 2 to
3:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 28, at
Sugarmill Manor.
Two-part "Final Gifts" class,
5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 24,
and Thursday, Jan. 31, at Central
Florida Community College, 3800
S. Lecanto Highway, Lecanto. The
class will help attendees to under-
stand the effects of different med-
ical conditions and learn when to
reach out to professionals and
community resources. Pre-registra-
tion required. Call 249-1210.
5 Transition support groups
for adults by Hernando-Pasco
Hospice (HPH) in Citrus meets for
eight consecutive weeks at differ-
ent times, days and locations and
runs 90 minutes per session. Free.
Groups will meet at 2:30 p.m. and
at 6 p.m. beginning Tuesday, Jan.
22, in the Community Room at
Seven Rivers Regional Medical
Center, 6201 N. Suncoast Blvd.,
Crystal River. Preregistration
required. Call 527-4600.
a "Good Grief" workshop by
Hospice of Citrus County from 5:30
to 7 p.m. on four Mondays Jan.
28, Feb. 4, 11 and 25 at the
Central Florida Community College
Lecanto Campus, 3800 S. Lecanto
Highway. Free. To register, call


Jonathan Beard at 527-2020 or
(866) 642-0962. www.hospiceofcit
ruscounty.org.
a Alzheimer's Family Organi-
zation, serving Central Florida,
announces the following monthly
support group meetings. Public is
invited.
2 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 15,
Highland Terrace, 700 Medical
Court E., Invemess. Call Ellen Mal-
lon or Becky Wright at 860-2525.
10 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 31,
Woodland Terrace, 124 W. Norvell
Bryant Highway, Hemando. Call
Pam Pepitone at 249-3100.
The Alzheimer's Family Organi-
zation branch office in Citrus
County will be open from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. the second Monday
monthly. Call the Citrus County
community service representative
Ellen Mallon at 860-2525.
a Support group meets at 3 p.m.
Friday, Jan. 25, at Cancer Treat-
ment Center of the Nature Coast,
3406 N. Lecanto Highway, Beverly
Hills, FL 34465. Open discussion
with Dr. Jay Rao. Call Jeanette or
Nancy at 746-1100.
a Celiac support meeting 10
a.m. to noon Saturday, Jan. 26, in
the community room at the Coastal
Region Library, 8619 W. Crystal
St., Crystal River. Feel free to bring
favorite holiday cookies and their
recipes. Call Mary Lou at 628-
9559.
a Scleroderma Support Group
organizing for North Central Flor-


ida. All persons interested, call
Melba Withrow at 746-7752.
a Support group meetings are
in 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, cafetena
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.
Parkinson's Support Group: 1
p.m. first Tuesday, Cypress Room.
Call Catherine Clark at 344-9630.
*ACS Man-to-Man Prostate
Cancer Support and Education
Program: 11:30 a.m. first Wednes-
day, Robert Boissoneault Cancer
Institute, Allen Ridge Medical Mall,
522 N. Lecanto Highway, Lecanto.
Call 527-0106.
a Citrus County Multiple
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 Cnystal River Call Peggy


Morisi at 344-4855.
a Hospice of Citrus County
support groups for 2008. Free, but
reservations suggested. Call
Jonathan Beard at 527-2020.
Caregiver support group at 1
p.m. Monday at the Citrus County
Community Support Services
Building in Lecanto.
Newly Bereaved Support
Group at 1 p.m. Thursday at the
Hospice of Citrus County Clinical
Office, 326 S. Line Ave., Invemess.
Grief support group at 11 a.m.
Tuesday at Our Lady of Grace
Catholic Church in Beverly Hills.
t 1
Tu ef po2ro aof C
County Clinical Offi 326 S. Line
Av I
'Gr versnessort at 1:30
.m. Thursday at homas the
Apostle Chur h in Homosassa
Grief rt t 10:30
a.m. Satur at r pUaited
Methodist Church in Homosassa.
Christian-Based spouse sup-
port group at 1 p.m. the third
Tuesday monthly at Gulf To Lake
Ministry Complex, Crystal River.
Spouse support group at 7
p.m. Tuesday at Unity Church of
Citrus County in Lecanto.
Spouse support group at 4
p.m. Thursday at First United
Methodist Church Homosassa.


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a Yoga at the Historic Crystal
River Train Depot, 109 Crystal
Ave., is scheduled as follows:
9 to 10 a.m. and 4 to 5 p.m.
Wednesday.
6 to 7 p.m. Thursday.
9 to 10 a.m. Saturday.
Cost is $5 per class. Bring a mat
or towel and wear clothes that
allow for easy physical movement-
Classes are appropriate for 8 years
ahd older and are multi-level. All
certified instructors. Call 795-3710,
795-3662, 795-1645 or 563-6535.

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a Workshop for adult sur.
vivors of suicide, 6:30 to 7:30
p.m. Thursday, Jan. 10, at Hernan-
do-Pasco Hospice's (HPH) team
office at 3545 N. Lecanto Highway,
Beverly Hills. Free. Due to the sen-
sitivity of the subject matter, individ-
uals interested in attending are
asked to preregister by calling HPH
at 527-4600 so that the group can
remain small.
a Hemando-Pasco Hospice
(HPH) in Citrus will offer several
support groups and a class titled
"Final Gifts: Caring for an Aging
Loved One" in January for anyone
interested in participating. There is
no charge for any of the offerings.


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was going to be a huge task. I imme-
dia ly real zneddw tttt o d ben

i I have been taught through
Vmmun reading and listening to CDs, "why
ND reinvent the wheel." I called a few
ES colleagues in medicine whom I knew
had gone through this, and con-
firmed my thought that additional
hardware was needed. We are now on our way
to our goal and excited again.
My New Year's resolution for 2008 is to see
this through to the end, as well as learning all of
the new technology that we have incorporated
into the office. More on this next time. Happy
new year!

Dr. Frank Vascimini is a Homosassa dentist
Send your questions to 4805 S. Suncoast Blvd,
Homosassa 34446 or e-mail them to him at
info@masterpiecedentalstudio.com.


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column for more than a yeal; you
.A. already know that this column
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some unspoken. If your resolution

ge Ms dth enst s goeu
plant g ther. It meethht be as simple
something more involved like a new Dr. M
set of dentures or a complete smile SOU
makeover. Whatever the case, BIT
i'emember that nothing will happen
Without you taking some action,
One of my New Year's resolutions has to do
ivith some changes that we made at the end of
last year. We made the decision to go totally
paperless in the ofHee. As you might realize, this
is a very large task.
Thankfully, I have an amazing and dedicated
staff that has made this transition so much easi-
TTh sk with the excitement of the
thought that all of the patients' charts and
records would be on the computer, easily
itecessed and utilized. We then went through the
steps of upgrading all of the hardware, as well


A first step is to forget rigid time deadlines
and instead set achievable mini-goals that will
eventually lead to your final goal. You probably
can't stop smoking tomorrow, but you can make
an appointment to talk to your doctor or check
out the local hospital's smoking cessation pro-
gram.
For weight loss, it's easy to feel depressed and
like a failure when you don't drop that five
pounds m week one, or when you slip up and
eat that dessert.
So instead, set smaller goals that are easier to
achieve. Maybe it's just skipping that morning
doughnut this week. Next week, perhaps it's
taking a daily walk after dinner.
Most important is not giving up. Yes, you will
make mistakes. Yes, you might even fail one or
more times.
Studies report loosing weight often takes sev-
eral tries, and quitting smokmg as many as eight
attempts.
Just accept that you're human and fallible,
but also capable of giving it another go.
Try again, and you just might have one less
resolution to make next New Year's.

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K, so you've already broken most, if not
all, of those New Year's resolutions you
made. So what? There's no law that says
you only get one chance and that it only can hap-
pen on January first. In fact, waitmg until after
the activities and tensions of the holidays end
can often make change easier.
So how about giving this year's New Year's
resolutions a second chance, but doing it in a
way that will help you to succeed?
Start by being realistic. Expecting giant
lifestyle changes to happen quickly or easily is
not being realistic.
Our bad habits usually came about in small
increments over a long period of time. That usu-
ally means changing them will also take time
and probably will happen in small units. You're
not going to lose that 35 pounds next week, but
you might lose four or five pounds next month.
In some ways, changing habits or behaviors is
similar to undertaking a home remodeling proj-
ect. You need to start by accepting three basic
things:
m It's going to take longer than you hoped.
a It's going to be more difficult than you
expected.
a It might even take more than one try to
reach your goal.
Accepting these concepts can give you a real-
istic foundation from which to plan and take
actions that will bring success.


Special to the Chronicle
"Walk-A-Weigh," a weight.
control program that empha-
sizes exercise, will be offered
by the University of
Florida/IFAS, Citrus County
Extension office.
1 "Research has consistently
shown that long-term weight
Maintenance is nearly impossi-
ple without exercise," accord-
Ing to Connie Crawley, nutri-
tion specialist with the UGA
College of Family and
Consumer Sciences.
Also, people who exercise
oni sdi kef sto*hdeve /
petes, heart disease and high
blood pressure, and those with
chronic diseases find they're
better able to control their dis-
eases if they exercise regular-
ly."
Beginning in late January'
ive will hold a Walk-A-Weigh
program that will be 12 weeks
inTelu ill be a morning class,
which will be from 10 a.m. to
noon Tuesday, Jan. 29, and will
meet every Tuesday until the
last class on Tuesday, April 15.
CoT sE en o officeCi 3
W Sovereign Path, Suite 1,
Lecanto.


M WHAT: "Walk-A-Weigh" weight control program.
M WHEN: 10 a.rn. to noon Tuesdays, Jan. 29 to April 15-
W WHERE: Citrus County Extension onlce, 3650 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 1, Lecanto
a COST: $24, prepayment required with registration,


M CALL: Cris at 527-5700.

Medical releases
and liability forms
plUS a ments
9 7
MUSt be turned
in prior to the
fifSt class "

The classes will be led by
Monica Bonsett.
The cost of the class is $24
(check or money order, no
cash) per participant and is
limited to 30 people. Prepaid
re s adon is 3uketand
classes will be given. .
Medical releases and liabill-
ty forms plus payments mustbe
turned in prior to the first
To register, call Cris at 527-
5700. Registration for the class


5:30 to7 p.m. Tuesday at
CASA office.
10:30 a.m. to noon Wednes-
days at Masonic Building (in ball-
room)
a Overcomers Group for peo-
ple recovering from addictions to
drugs, alcohol or other out-of-con-
trol habits meets at 8 p.m.
Monday at the Sanctuary, 7463
Grover Cleveland Blvd. Call Paul
at 628-2874.
5 Dunnellon Life Recovery
group for adults where addiction,
compulsion and co-dependency
issues are dealt with, at 7 p.m.
Monday at Rainbow Springs
Village Church, 20222 S.W. 102nd


ends Jan. 22.
All programs and related
activities sponsored for; or
assisted by, the Institute of
Food and Agricultural
Sciences are open to all per-
sons with non-discrimination
with respect to race, creed,
miol'r re ainoriegetadimbih
ital status, national origin,
political opinions or affilia-
tions.
For persons with disabilities
requiring special accommoda-
tions, please contact our once
at least five working days prior
to the program so that proper
consideration may be given to
th re5que The phone num-
For the hearing impaired,
call the Florida Relay Service
at (800) 955-8771.


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CMHS Women's Heart Program presents ...

RED DRESS EVENTS
COMING TO CITRUS COUNTY
Athree-day series of events celebrating heart health awareness and featuring the national campaign:
The Heart Truth coming to Citrus County in February 20081





Thanks to our spo




as
7 Red Dress Women's Heart Luncheon -
Thursday, February 14
Keynote speaker, testimonials, memorial photo opportunity and silent
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TO See The Manatee5
Learn more about the endangered Manatee
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Saturday 9 a.m. 5 a.m.
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The Heart Truth Red Dress Exhibit-
Friday, February 15
Exhibit of four famous red dresses by top designers, open to the
public all day at the Old Courthouse Museum in invemess
Music on the Square -
Friday, February 15, 5 to 10 p.m.
Entertainment, health care booths, screenings, raffle prizes,
celebration in downtown Inverness
Citrus County Step Up to Heart Health Walk-
Saturday, February 16
SK walk begins and ends in Inverness at Liberty Park, on the
Forspo a po du sn moreinformationcalltheCMHSWomen'sHeart
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Sponsored by The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce,
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For more information call 726-2801


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a Beverly Hills Gay and Lesbi-
an Support Group meets weekly.
Free, open to everyone. Group
organizer is PamelaRae and co-
organizer is Wayne Thomas. Call
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1 p.m. Thursday at Our Lady
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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
a CEA-H.O.W. for people who
have an eating disorder, at noon
Wednesday at the First
Presbyterian Church, 206
Washington Ave., inverness. Call
Judi M. at 726-5882.
a Amputee Support Group
meets the last Thursday monthly at
Cinnamon Sticks Restaurant on
State Road 44 West, Inverness.
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n A.C. Ministries Recovery .
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Workbook meeting (scripturally
based), 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Church Without Walls nondenomi-
national, nonprofit Christian fellow-
ship. The group ministers to: alco-
holics or substance abusers, family
of substance abusers, adults, chil-
dren and individuals who were
raised in alcoholic or substance
abuse or dysfunctional families.
Donations accepted. 3962 N.
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Laverne at 6374563
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Ave., Hernando. .
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Lecanto AFG: 8 p.m. Thurs-
days, Unitarian Universalist Fellow
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Highway, Lecanto.
Awareness Lunch Bunch
AFG: 12:30 p.m. Friday, St.
Margaret Episcopal Church, 114 N.
Osceola Ave., Inverness.
Courage AFG. 8 p.m'
Thursday, First United Methodist
Church, 8831 West Bradshaw St.'
Homosassa. Room 102. Open
meeting. Call 270-3827.
5 Alcoholics Anonymous: if
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Wednesday and Saturday 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.


better. It takes about six to
eight weeks to decide whether
a person is responding to the
treatment or not. So if you are a
responder, continue the treat-
ment. If you do not respond,
stop it.
Mr. Smith, fortunately,
responded to the treatment. He
is doing a lot better and will
finish the prescribed course of
treatment soon. This tells us
that even in advanced lung
cancer, do not quit. If you fight,
there is hope.

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 or
call 746-0707.

menopause. Until more data is
available, it is still recom-
mended that women follow a
low fat diet, and exercise so
that their body mass index
stays within the healthy range.

Dr. Bennett is a
board-certified radiation
oncologist, past president of
the Citrus County Unit of the
American Cancer Society and
a member of the Board of
Directors and Executive
Committee ofthe Florida
Division of the American
Cancer Society. Contact him at
522N. Lecanto Highway,
Lecanto, FL 34461 or e-mail
cjbennett@rboi.com.

use of tympanostomy and ven-
tilation tubes are minimal and,
in my view, justified if indica-
tions exist.

DenisGrilloD.O.,isanear,
nose and throat specialist in
Crystal River. Contact him at
795-0011.


ment and were classified as
having a good PS at the end of
treatment. The likelihood and
speed of clinical improvement
was greatest among patients
who responded to the treat-
ment
As expected, overall survival
was much lower among
patients with a poor PS than
among those with a good PS,
confirming that PS is a strong
prognostic factor.
But when patients were clas-
sified according to their
response to treatment, survival
among responders was similar
irrespective of the initial PS.
In short, even patients who
were very weak at the time of
diagnosis did equally well later
if they responded to the treat-
ment.
It is true that only 28 percent
of those who were very weak
responded to the treatment.
But those who responded did

researchers report in the Nov.
27 issue of the British Journal
of Cancer that total fat, MUFA,
PUFA and SFA were not asso-
ciated with risk overall.
However, women with the
highest reported MUFA intake
had a reduced breast cancer
risk after age 50 years com-
pared to women with the lowest
MUFA intake. The association
did not differ by estrogen or
progesterone receptor status.
What does all of this mean?
Summing it up, despite the
overall negative findings in
this study, it's possible the type
of fat ingested during pre-
menopausal years may have
later differential effects on risk
as women age and go through

treat the long-term problems if
they do occur down the road.
Overall, results are good
with ventilation tubes and sup-
port their use.
But some individuals may
encounter some of the minor
complications and will need
further treatment.
Complications related to the


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therapy is a standard option in
advanced lung cancer patients
Who have a good PS. However,
vhat about those with ,poor
PS?
The European Lung Cancer
Working Party recently con-
ducted a study of chemothera-
py in advanced lung cancer.
Patients were grouped accord-
ng to their PS at baseline as
good or poor,
In all, 38 percent of patients
ivith a good initial PS showed
im objective response vs. 28
percent with a poor PS. The
study was published in the
European Respiratory
Journal.
Notably, one-quarter of
patients with a poor PS at base-
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explanation for this finding
and further studies are war-
ranted. The take-home mes-
sage is that the type of fat and
the amount we take in may
play different roles in our
health during different parts of
our lives.
The study involved 44,569
women whose average body
mass index was below 25 at
enrollment, at which time their
fat intake was assessed. During
an average follow-up of 13
years, 974 invasive breast can-
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Special to the Chronicle
United Way gives Christmas gift packages for each of the seven members of the Dan and Patsy Buck family, who lost their
home to fire. Each member of the family received an age-specific gift basket that was specially packed by an anonymous donor.
Local businesses provided gift cards for the baskets. Shown with some of the gift baskets, from left, are Nick, 17; Patsy; and
Dan Buck. Daniel, 5, is in the front. Other members of the family were still in school or unavailable. The Buck Family would like
to thank Citrus County residents because they were able to celebrate Christmas in their new home thanks to the caring peo-
ple of Citrus County.


La e Fiendssliates

Friends of the Lakes Region
Library will welcome the new
year with smiles, nods and
laughter inspired by gifted scien-
tist and humorist Karl Starzinger
Following the annual meeting
and instalia-
tion of officers
today,
Starzinger will -
entertain the
audience with (. ,. ,
his talk, .
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Ignorance:
Being Well- Karl
Read is Not
the Same as
Bein Well-Educated." The
presentation will take place at
10:30 a.m. in the Community
Room.
The topic of Starzinger's talk
for the Friends annual meeting
leads the audience to consider
rational thought and the humor-
ous collapses that result from
lack of careful reasoning.
Join the Lakes Friends of the
Library for this thought-provok-
ing discussion.
The public is invited to attend
the meeting and presentation.
Refreshments will be served.
For more information, call 726-
6069.
CM to sponsor DDC-4
driving classes
The Citrus Memorial Health
System SHARE Club is spon-
soring the DDC-4 Defensive
Driving Class beginning
Wednesday and continuing
evenj Wednesday when there
are four or more reservations.
The class costs participants
$25 for a 4-hour class and will
be held in the SHARE Club
Auditorium from 5 to 9 p.m. You
must preregister by calling (800)
427-2713 or (352) 732-8555.
This 4-hour course is state
approved for license point
reduction purposes when you
have received a moving traffic
violation or for insurance dis-
count purposes. It is open to the
public.
CRUG to explore
Vista PCs at meeting
CRUG will meet at 6 p.m.
Wednesday at the Beverly Hills
Community Church meeting
hall.
Alfred Morton will present a
quick look at your new Vista PC
and a few setting s that ou can
change to help make your new
Vista PC work better for you.
Coffee and refreshments will
be served at 6 p.m. and a short
meeting at 6:30 will be followed

sout s to have
potluck meeting
The Withlacoochee
Rockhounds annual potluck
meeting will be at 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Senior Citizens
Center, 7925 Rhanbuoy Road,
in Spring Hill. To get there, take
U.S. 19 South to Forest Oaks
Boulevard, turn east and turn
left at first street behind Beef
O'Brady's.
Meat, drinks and table service
will be provided. Members are
asked to bring side dishes and
desserts (enough for eight).
Entertainment will be by Spring
Hill Acoustic Guitar Club. For
information, call Jerry Johnson
at (352) 688-7810.

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Jerry Grimes, whose boat was
topped by a big red tree. They
were greeted by the many resi-
dents with flashlight signals,
bonfires, whistles, whoops and
hollers, especially when
Skeeter and Diana Armstead's
boat shot off fireworks.
Before leaving the beach,
Santa and Mrs. Claus (Nick
Delong and Deb Thompson)
made an appearance to meet
the children and pass out gifts.
The participants and onlook-
ers brought many unwrapped
toys, and the Citrus County


Airboat Alliance donated more
than $200 in toys. The gifts
were accepted by Vickie Karr
from Citrus United Basket for
distribution to the less fortu-
nate kids in Citrus County.
After a two-hour ride, the
beautifid boats arrived at
Armante's Restaurant (known
as "Skeeter's") for dinner and
fim celebration for another
year's parade well done,
Citrus County Airboat
Alliance would like to again
thank everyone who partici-
pated in one way or another


Parade brings

Out boaters

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Special to the Chronicle
At 4:30 p.m. Dec. 8, more
than a dozen decorated boats
lined up to cruise around the
shores of Lake Hernando.
After leaving the dock at sun-
down, the boats were led by


Special to the Chronicle
citrus county Airboat Alliance donates more than $200 in toys col-
lected at the boat parade to CUB. From left are: Deb Thompson as
Mrs. Claus; Vickie Karr, Citrus United Basket; Nick Delong as
Santa; and Cheryl Bailey, Citrus County Airboat Alliance.


t was yet another daz-
zling SRO (standing
room only) event at the
Historical Citrus County
Courthouse in the upstairs
courtroom. Patrons of the
. Jazz Festival series min-
gled in the main hall
enjoying extravagant rel-
ish trays and sweet treats
Ruth Levins as the musicians began to
Affa u"K) THE" arrive and take their
COMM .47, places upstairs.
Anticipation accelerat-
ed, and soon we gathered
at festive decorated holiday tables
and were royally entertained by it WaS
that popular group, Southern
Exposure. fun gU
We heard a rousing rendition of
"Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town" the t
followed by versatile soloist Kim
Evans' "Winter Wonderland" in that
bossa nova style.
It was great fun guessing the tunes UnannO
that were unannounced ... the
"Flintstones" theme song, "Feliz
Navidad"and the sax solo, "The Bells of St Mary's."
Kim Evans' "Let It Snow" was a huge hit with
the audience. At intermission, Mayor Bob
Plaisted was on hand to welcome us and praise
the efforts of the Historical Society committee
for the Jazz Festival presentations.
The group provided us with a nostalgic
evening of entertainment through memory-
making songs like, "I'll Be Home For
Christmas," "Jingle Bells" andi "Amazing Grace."
Kim Evans performed a Peggy Lee standout
- "FeVOff LO the delight of us all. Next came
Duke Ellington's "Do Nothing Till You Hear
From Me." The trumpet solo practically raised
the roof in thunderous extended applause.
My personal favorite was the trumpet's
"Silent Night" solo with a sax echo.
The success that Southern Exposure has been


able to garner is due to their special way of
instrumentally personalizing each tune.
We were spellbound as Kim Evans sang "O
Holy Night" in the darkened hall with just a sin-
gle spotlight on her After a standing ovation the
group returned to the stage and quenched our
thirst for jazz with its specialty number "Jive By
Five," a Matt Davis tune. Then, Kim Evans
closed the show with her incomparable rendi-
tion of the classic "Summertime."
Tickets are still available for the next Jazz
Festival series presentation in February of Chet
Baker's trumpet artistry by calling 341-6427.
HER
The praise team at Crystal River United
Methodist Church had its annual
great Christmas Concert in narration
and song. Frank Pifer served as
SSSing narrator and we heard traditional
favorites, as well as popular con-
unes temporary hits. Nancy Gordon's
flute solos and the children's choir
were partnered withthegroup fora sim-
ply delightful evening's entertain-
unced. ment.
Lovely Christmas tributes like
"Away In A Mangel;" "Star of the
East Guide Us to the Infant Jesus," "Do You Hear
What I Hear," "Joy to the World" and the finale,
"That Little Baby Is a King," were augmented by
overhead photo presentations by Jeff Camp.
A congregation sing-a-long provided the group
with a chance to recruit additional praise team
members. Accompanist Donna Olson and Deb
Allen, singers Cheryly and Charles Turman,
Frank Pifer and Karen Janota and the artistry of
Dr. Chuck Thomas were joined by Ron and
Jenny Bass for a holiday evening at church.

Ruth Levins participates in a variety ol'
projects around the community. Let her know
about yourgroup's upcoming activities by
writing to P.O. Box 803, Clystal Hivet:
FL 34423.


Special to the Chronicle
Jasmine is 3 years old, spayed, up to date on all shots,
negative on worms and negative on heartworm. She has
been through puppy kindergarten, walks nicely on a leash.
She is wonderful about being given baths, has been
groomed about every six to eight weeks and is good on
the grooming table. She is gentle with cats. She is a bit
shy with other dogs, but will come around with some time.
She is not a confident outgoing dog, but is very lovable in
her own quiet way. Adopt A Rescued Pet, Inc. does home
visits prior to adoptions, therefore, we can only adopt to
Citrus County and adjoining county areas. If you are with-
in these areas, call AARPI foster mom Judy at 249-1029,
loudly and clearly leave your name, number and pet's
name for a return call,


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Rufus is a 3-year-old Man-
chester terrier, who lives with
Everett Mansur in Beverly
Hills. Rufus loves to sit at the
bathroom door and wait for
Mansur.


Episcopal Church.
St. Anne's is at 9870 W Fort
Island Trail, Crystal River
Anyone interested should
call Addie Atkinson at 746-
3187.


Special to the Chronicle
Creative Quilters of Citrus
County will have its regular
business meeting at 10 a.m.
Wednesday at St. Anne's


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The Homosassa Flotilla 15-
04 of the Coast Guard Aux-
iliary announces its boating
safety program for January.
The course is a streamlined
boating program giving novice
boaters a basic idea of how to
handle a boat safely. Boating
families are encouraged to
bring their teenagers with
them to learn together
Boat engine types, necessary
equipment, safe trailering,
Florida state boating laws,
rules of the road, navigational
aids, boat handling and
anchoring are all included
Courses will be held from 7
to 9 p.m. Jan. 14, 17, 21 and 24
at the West Citrus Community
Center at 8940 W. Veterans
Drive in Homosassa.
Call Elaine Miranda, public
education officer, at 564-2521
for reservations and informa-
tion.
Anyone interested in joining
Homosassa Flotilla 15-04 "is
encouraged to contact Dolorps
Brand at 382-2789, or by e-mail
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1973. Free Estimates
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Spacious 2/1, CHA,
W/D, 2 scrn porches,
I crprt, dock, no pots;
$550/mo (727)415-1805


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4 BR, 2 BA
Over 3100 st drywall



Near Lake Rouseau
| PrIced to SellI
$695.27 P & I, W.A.C.
I 352-794-7308 1
352-257-9314 m
Emmmmm ag
2001 FLEETWOOD DW
3/2/2cor carport, 16X16
wrkshp. trg. fenced
bkyrd. FP, 3.86ac.
FLORAL CITY. $143,000
(352) 726-2286
2/1 INVERNESS
City water/sewer, nice

P r y a c .
Call Gareth Rouillard
(352) 422-5731
2/2 DW, 1/3 crnt acre
Rivertakes Manor. New
AC, septic & well. All
appli's inc W&D $59,900
owner Fin. w/ $10,000
down (813) 240-7925
4/2, 2280SF on lY2AC
o p ,

upgrds, Scrn in sunrm
$119,000. obo
352-522-1901
BELOW APPRAISAL
Assume Mtg. of $76,852
on '98 3/2 DW on 72 Ac.
MOL. New roof &
remodeled baths.
6943 W. Grant St., Hom.
352-464-3994 For Appt.
BEST OF
#1 Vol mBe Tealer
Can't be Beatl
32 x 80, 4/2
onO yr r urs
C L 5A2 82

GE ONO EE
3/2 LG LR & den, 1295
Gold Dust Ter. $98,000
2/19, All New inside
3199 E. Buffolo Ln.
Free with Purchase
Day 344-3444
Evening 344-3084
By Owner 2/2, (15X66)
No d ,08 rch,
Chain link fenced, CHA,
all appil. Great area.
$43,900 352-464-5489
crystal River, 2BR
mobile, remodelled on
Irg b750 6w 75
2DOEO SBFYFOcATr h20 e2
Re2coendlo:8$ SK
352-341-0696/637-4405
FORECLOSURE
LAND & HOME
3/2 on 1/2 Acre
$99,900.
@4 onlTere st
30 r. term

HSOM A
3/2 Secluded, clean,
fun beach, $85,000
(352) 476-3692
HOMOSASSA
All new 2/2 1+ acre
$97.000 (352)476-3692
Make Your
Move Price!
LAND & HOME
3 2 On V2 Acre
$89 00. total price
ew Home
New Well,
New Septic
352-621-9183
F I
New 3/2
Located in Deed
restricted 55+
community, drive-
way carport, shed,
spacious covered
p u ec
ON Y $ 8.12
352-794-7321
WAO S"
2008MODEL
28 x 52, 3/2, Country Kit.
18" Ceramic Tile, 2 x 6
construction 30-19-22
I gr e o00s,
Buy fornoy rS ,900-
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3/2, 1250 sf, featuring
Palm Harbor's
Industry leading
MIghty Man
Construction &
stand behind you
5 yr. warrantY
ONLY $49,900-
352-794-7322
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SOLUTIONS FOR
TODAY'S HOMEBUYER
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*Slo redi Ok.
FHA, VA, and
conventional,
Down Payment
A rc tails!

Li t er


BANK FORECLOSURE
6BR. $25.000. 2BR
$10,000. For listings
800-366-9783 Ext S714


Fo eant 520. moA. +
De.US0 352-726-05430





















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$850 106. Borkr/owner cl



BANK FORECLOSURE
6BR. $25.000. 2BR
$10,000. For listings
800-366-9783 Ext 5714


FLOALCITYFSO

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n (352) 503-3245 w



A $50K< Appraisail A
NEW 3/2/2
8149,900
(407) 227-2821









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2/2/, w/ofice & fm.


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BANK FORECLOSURE
6BR, $25,000. 2BR
$10,000, For listings
800-366-9783 Ext 5714



D3 RSr i/
Kitchen. Many Extras!
ExceDilonal Homel
$325K (352)746-4759
BETTY MORTON


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Orer oe pice
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heat. Recadyn t beed
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fylor5dy. M&
(352) 56-566
(352) 726-20902

Humany e Sety AB
ofS50 In ern less

Spayev euter Pp
Asoltartin Baut $20
Chat Declaing $0,
Turneeth Clarnin $5.
(352) 73-26880


~KITTEN & CrATS C
man breeds all $0









(352) 3-476-83



(352) 85-60-208



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M/cF0, hmst, wonr sc
(352)n 034-3284

$2/ 450m. eo- S
352-750-60626


K/2Ca M F Creaml CNr
10 ws, $400+ -tl $500
(352) 563-2756


W NEM RANER US
2/ 503; aen onUT1



(s/stsc352) 598-0206


6BR, $25,000. 2BR
$10,000. For listings
800-366-9783 Ext 5714
DW 2bath, furn.
IBR Furn.& unfurn. IBR
fuNnocarport sc rm.
-
M
1997 HOMES OF MERIT
Wind zone 3, excel.
cond, inside & out, 3/2
1200 sq. ft. Priced
thousands below book
value, prlce to sell at
$29,900. FInan. Avail.
352-794-7308
BANK FORECLOSURE
$ 00 s s
800-366-9783 Ext 5714


3/82% 99/m slD Home
8apr. F lsings cal
800-366 9783 Ext 5704

6RS F ,000 sE
800-366-9783 Ext 5714


NO PAYMENTS
FOR THE 1st YEAR
Of a
Brand New Car!
NEW HMS
Call Now!




MR CITRUS
COUNTY REALTY





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R E3SI ENTA SLE S
COMMERCIAL SALES
(352) 422-6956
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& Lovely Home #
2,000sf. 3/2/2 on lacre
204 pool, ig. Ianai, extas

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PINE RIGE
8:30am to 6:00pm
R0 bit 4 po me
Debble Rector 344-1113
Keller Williams Realty




















PUTNAMAMORTGAGE
CopttveRts!


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assessms
(352) 795-1555

HOME
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BEST BUYS
At


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itfUS.COill
(352) 795-1555
POOL HOME, 3/2/2
irnT nm.rfTm7y
room & office. $269,900
(352) 746-9813
3/2 $199/mo HUD Home
5% down 20yrs at
8 003 61o sti s ca



2 AVAILABLE NOWIII
BE17ER THAN RENT
or RENT TO OWN 2-3 BR.
NO CREDIT CHECKII
a3 2 84-0866
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GREAT LOCATION
2/2/1, with a screen
room chail link fe e,
Shed, forge Backyard,
Queen Palms, freshly
painted, garage door
opener. Priced right at
$105,000, call Robert @
(607) 761-4625
LAUREL RIDGE
Golf Course. Prime
2 BR/Den on 3rd green
MUST SEE! Poss. lease/
purchase. $229,900
Ownr/Brkr 352-220-1634


CRYSTAL RIVER


Nxtopark/ Kings Bay

Housekeeping)
(352) 586-1813
CRYSTAL RIVER



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CIRUS SP RINGS


CRYSTAL RIVER
HOMOSASSA
INVERNESS

fro525 34-75 mo.
CRYSTAL RIVER
1 & 2 bedrooms,
mall & hospital.
facilities

E ual H uin
Ou odo ning
HOMOSASSA

(352) 563-21 14
LgeHOMOSAt in

CaR TAL RIVEaRer
Lacces1 12a5 tof/1s
813-927-05250 o
INVERNESS


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2BR Furn. $600

6BR, $25,000. 2BR






-r Residential

PropertY
Management
Weekly/Mvonthly
SRentals
Seasonal Rentals
( 5246 -0599
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JORGE RODRIGUEZ
If you are selling or
buying a home in
Citrus County, please
allow me to help you.
EXIT Realty Leaders
(352) 302-0229
auattro@aol.com
Hoblo Esporiol


CHASSAHOWITZKA
2/2 DW, $600/mo, boat
house, scrn rm.
Onr/AgnV 2N382-1000
3/ Qul 15 8n d88cc.

LakerNOVtfRONT7Suse,
Pritchard island, rent
w/option to buy $850
mo 1st, last, sec.
2 o li ui
t 2 ng



3 BEDROOM HOME
$100/wk. Includes all
utillties & full use of
Home. (352) 794-3223
CITRUS SPRINGS
Prvulo bed & baih.
3 21s/2//astS/ 00
INVERNESS
Downtown.2/I,$100
wk r I desj5i iios
INVERNESS
Pool, $150 wkly incl. util.
(704) 320-1222 after 7P



CITRUS SPRINGS
New%2/2Rent-to-Own
Donny (407) 227-2821


1/RU /1 / i $ 0

FLORAL CITY
3/2 Beautiful Home on 5
acres S950/imo F/L/S
(352) 7'26-0793







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561-790-35621/62-1614

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&55 tah(352) 762-7862

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$1r.500 ar, 9,500 o
(352) 564-8024

'94 Bosc underu 3FT Frd
460, Bans indu.E.cton .
stK g0 oirs $2.0

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$6149K (52)-642807




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$11500.
(832) 482-36075



92., 33' reg wsize Rfid.
ncuedtr $700 obo
(614 570064 OB






2001Cnques Travel son
Trailero, 35n park modl
exc. cond. $20/obo
(352) 748-4051


AuoPowerpack.Lw~s.495
'04 K1ARIO WAGON
5 SpdA/C 30MIPG. 40 Mis .$5,995
'05 HYUNDAI ELANTRA GLS
Aulo toadodtowllies $..8,995


ACURA
'05 TL. Grg, kept. 23,500
mi. Full pwr, htd seats

Taiaxin Deuctible
Maritime Minitrie 349


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PONTIAC
Bandit Trans Am 78
T-Top 455 HO [ngIne
$850 (352) 637-1074
SATURN
SL2 97 Adr. auto, gd.
cond. 35 40mpg. 189k
mi $1500 N of Ir glIs at
517-398-4423
SEARAY(Sea Rayder) 16
175hp Merc, Jet Prop'd
Bimini/tri. mtr/Trlr/Stereo
$4900 352-795-4770

03 Car TOYEOLToA ded! 4
cyl, auto, CD, 94K, pwr
wndw/locks/seats.
$9,900 (352) 628-6537
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '96.
1/owner. Prlstine Grg'd.
MUST SACRIFICE $3,500

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Corolla& i ex 14c830mi.
Asking $14,900
407-460-0667

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at (35 I5r2e7 6500
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Meadows Golf Course
3/2/2, Heated Pool. All
Upgraded Appl. Inc.
Lots of Tile. City Water
Memb. Avail. FREE Golf
$259K (352) 746-6831


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3/2 $199/mo HUD Home
5% down 20yrs at
8%apr. For listings call
800-366-9783 Ext 5704


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0 DOWN TO BUYll
$720/mo, + taxes &
insurance. 3/2/2
located in Highlands
Large home, clean
(352) 601-5600





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2 story 3/3 pool home
on 1.25 acres, lots of
trees, cul de sac.
Quiet community.




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605 Mo St
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1006 Princeton Ln
2 0 3u rr of
upbg d i C
352-563-4169






3 8 c 8
3/2.5/2.5 Near all
amenities Priced wel
belo p72r6 OS 79K




4 ra 1 /
yard, $129 900/obo
(352) 287-1825
3/2/2 POOL HOME
C rRenova d
obo. (321) 277-5772
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EXIT REALTY LEADERS
(352) 302-8046

2/2/1, CHEAP! Owner
fina fenced yrd '


screen r 50K
Atki sBon L r3u8c on
Lic.# CBCO59685
INV. HIGHLANDS
2-3/2/1, Lg. Fl. Room
1725 sq. ft. Moving!
MaPke ahnac4te ase
352-726-8076
PRICED TO SELL II
2/2, TWO STORY VILLA
New flrs. & upgrade,
all apple's, beautiful
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2/2 Crystal River
Village
55+ GatedLake View
Encl. Porch, New Roof
Furn'd, Clean, No
pets/smoking $62.9k
352-564-1596
815-351-1596 cell

BETTY MORTON









MULTI MILLION
DOLLAR PRODUCER
2.8%


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(352) 795-1555








BONNIE PETERSON
Reactor, GRI
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h..My fututell
(352) 586-6921
or (352)795-9123
Charlotte G Realty
& Investments LLc


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i2/2 on* 1. redA. HANDYMAN
Rm, outfitted as Beauty SPECIAL HOME
Salon Ig. fam rm. Hot CHEAPI CASH SHOPPING?
tub, RVboat canopy n (352) 503-3245'
$139,900 Sharon Levins. LAUREL RIDGE
Rhema Realty 228-1301 Golf Course Prime BEST BUYS
3/2/2 NEW S.S. 2 BR/Den on 3rdl Green
FKi d /nA Iliances MUST SEEl P~osso Ic/c At
Bldg. $215K, Fl. 120alty & Ownli/Brkr 352-220-1634
Auction. Michael Harris
(352) 563-0199 ft ne
GREAT INVESTMENT 4;nr
2/1.5 Home w/iFL Rm.. -itrus.corri
at aci d. 1W erp ac (352) 795-1555
off King s Bay, Sold As/Is
S.151(352) 628-5498
Nice, older 3/1
remodeled, off Rock
Crusher Rd.rg. tr ed
don 600 mo..~*Y&
(5wn,726-9369 Mic ele Rose
3/2 S99 mo HUD Home 'lmr %ALrdr"

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r oof & siding. Lg. PRICED TO SELL II
deck, lg. treed lot. 2/2, TWO STORY VILLA
'"' I Newly drywalled int. New firs. & upgrade*


Dav. (1~3) 966-1846 -iw f ul 6



*.*1 88 6VI MCONL C3 37-2 3/1231

Sugarmil Wds $1790 $3.
citrus900 Spring $6.500

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Golf comm. /3/3 3300g for -1 HomSe/Mobile


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strategically Located BANK FORECLOSURE
OutidetheEntanc 6B $ 5.000. 2BR pm o
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Bring T You Byerst 00-366-78 Ext3 571 BU HUE
COUNTY REALTY 326793



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Pin- .)g Since1969

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listing e lin A gre nt 3.9%0 ListingSa ner
(352) 464-0136 INVSTRS
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s f pool, many rees (i, Ratr352) 3321572-7613

3/50081-6-1 2 199mnU Ho e lakD od$900

PreferredMIK~/ Sevce uInenss Ares. $75,000
Proudly SeURvn Your r (352) 56037019 a
Real HEstt needs In @tirealivauctiontcom I A
(32 212-144 PRIC I ICED TO SELL. Icil of BAok,
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Outside ~ vi stfp enrac 5BR $0 0. 2



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4mo old grg kept/m ,onl Hm
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Kelle WiliamS"Convas" w/ equipment,
Realty 450. obo
(352) 726-1755


(352) 621-3135 eetcsornBALNR
GREAT DEAL IN GREAT Buy 1 or bt QAlc Clera '90 16ft 85hp
COMMUNITYI Sweet REDUCTION FOR QUICK Force Motor, Depndbl.,
3/2/2 w/solar heat pool SALFJL 352-586-9498 Walk-thru WindShld.
Harley Hough, EXIT Gospel Island V-hull, New Batt./gas
Really Leaders 2/2/1, CHEAP1 Owner tank, slash Top, $1700
352-400-0051 financing., fncd. yrd., 727-207-1619 Crst Rlv
screened porch. $155K
HOME FOR SALE(352) 621-3135 A A


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CLA~sSrrFIDS


3500V-1, Duley Quad
cabmi. 01Ga, exc. cond.








Wht, w/gre str ipes, ow
pkg, caut. anti lock
t740 $15249 6352- 7
46TO) 6/3245-37415






60K mi.4t uto., V-8 360
eng 9 ine $21.00
(352) 422-3015


FORD
'0,F350 Turbot ` DIesel,
lean, runse great,
low(003mi2) 46800080di

S'02, SpOra.ato Tck
4 x 4, 15km. alhy





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w""4ith tol box. 75 Ies
Call -32-4329761




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les clear.Ain $8000 Wh
call9 (352-3029761 0

F150 SeFie0 De log
bend. Great worktrck

w o itfesh 6gs cyl. sig
$3500 352-9830et2-961

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co r8 isig. $ 1, pr
35)61-00-6-81et267


DURACRAFHT


(352-6347-36/28419




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skinny w/tater. Ask,5ng
$13.5K) 32-2-9761
GRAY WHITE

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Ne ires $20.25 o Ms
sel(352) 447-41244
CLARSSI 5 eultp
tonon boutt$1r500
obo 502. 26-9647




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Mon-Frll. 9-5 5273555


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Color GPS/FF. Bim, top.





$987.50 (352) 31-1297
Wanted Boats ing. 0 Need
o0 RepaIrO, also. motrs
$.0(352) 212-96497


'9 Seil SLS l 0K




'98 ACURA m
11kr mhiles 60
EC<018nt60 coOdifer

CADIL AC5K
Whne/addl.70 i Grect
$370(352) 220-1634


detps endabl 90k mi.
390.(352) 795-73876
CADIRLLAC
Pone arlo Wht 0k mi.
Excellent conr edition
(fer352) 279-682


wmarrlarty. $20 900


(352) 7464-4398
CHEVROET
MongateCrop 04t Dae


(800352 7246-823
CHEVY


1ROC Z28 '86
.70skr .i rn~sgre t 5
352-220-3446
1"CHRYSLER
S'00, Sebrln cov I
SJX1, Pow r Eeryn (
leather, 51k( org.ng
W C,90 Sor 186 Mo 6







m m m 7 C o g r 22"

Swhe s 2L7k og. m., )
Sor$299. Mo WAC,
1-866-838-4376




Iented `98 4Dro. V6,


AM/FM/CD pwr all exc.
cond. 49k mi, $7.500
(352) 382-3917

'93 TauruO G station
Wagon. Loaded! $2,900
OBO (352) 563-1181
(813) 244-3945
FORD
'97 Tau~ SE Stto

rack Cln 773 50.

FORD
M~ustangoGil Cmnve96
good cond. $7.500
(352)212-4477







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rn5o ma gMoooodd
$200. (32)68-48761


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1-866-838-4376
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LEXUS
'02, RX300, leather,
sunrf.. 72kmi $1 ,00.
new (352) 503-6584
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LINCOLN
11'02, LS, leather, roof, I


1-866-838-4376
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'96 MK rII 4.61L Loo s &
$1.900
(352) 586-8620
MERCEDES
450 SL 1978
81K, w/ both tops
$6,200.
(352) 257-1355
MERCEDES
'83, 380SL, 93k mi.,
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with weather conditions. awnings and cani as cat ers. In
A Use nontoxic cleaning cold weather, park where the
supplies and tank additives. RV will be protected from north
A Where pets are permitted, and west winds.
keep them indoors or use a ALeavecampgr<>undshow-
screw-in stake. Tying them to ers, the dump station, and the
trees can damage fragile bark. campsite as clean as you found
A Your favorite music may them.
be your neighbor's noise pollu- A At the end of your trip,
tion. Observe quiet hours for dispose of all trash properly.
generators, boom boxes, and
noisy games. Observing these simple
A Work with nature. In hot guidelines will make you a
weather, use natural shade, Green RVer!


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(,)na 9 CovNTY (ll) Citismote


When Universal Studios
decided to make a sequel to the
comedy hit Meet the Parents, it
put mega-stars Ben Stiller,
Robert DeNiro and Blythe
Dinner in a recreation vehicle
(RV) for a hilarious cross-coun-
try road trip. They travel by
motorhome in Meet the Fockers
(now on home DVD) to visit the
in-laws played by Dustin
Hoffman and Barbara Streisand.
No surprise really, considering
the enormous popularity of RV
travel and the frequency with
which RVs are used in
Hollywood films. Its just another
example of art imitating life.
Test your knowledge of 10
other movies that have featured
RVs' over the years. Match the
title to the description:
1. Lost in America
2. Independence Day
3. Terminator 3
4. Judgment Night
5. Jurassic Park
6. Stripes
7. Spaceballs
8. About Schmidt
9. The Long, Long Trailer
10. The Wild Thornberries
Movie
a. John Candy and Bill
Pullman travel through space in
an RV to save a princess from an
evil lord.


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b. An animated family travels
the African plains in their high-
tech, gadget-filled RV, while
their daughter is stuck in a stuffy
boarding school.
c. Bill Murray goes behind the
Iron Curtain in a top-secret RV.
d. Jack Nicholson drives his
RV from Omaha to Denver on a
journey of self-discovery.
e. Claire Danes, Nick Stahl,.
and Arnold Schwarzenegger
escape from the T-X model in an
RV and save the world from
Armageddon
f. Cuba Gooding Jr., Emilio
Estevez, and Jeremy Piven drive
an RV to a boxing match, but
with one wrong turn, they're
fighting for their lives.


g. Will Smith combines forces
with patriotic citizens in RVs to
save the planet from aliens
h. In their specially designed
RV, scientists JeIT Goldblum and
Laura Dern encounter danger
with a T-Rex and other prehis-
toric heasts.
i. Lucille Hall and Desi Arnez
buy an RV so they can live
together while his job takes him
around the country .
j. Albert Brooks quits his fast
paced corporate job, buys an RV
and goes on the road to a new
life.

Answers:
1.(j), 2.(g), 3.(c), 4.([). 5.(h),
6.(c), 7.( a), 8.(d), 9.(i), 10.(b)


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Like everyone, RVers have a
responsibility to protect the
environment. Do your part to
help preserve the great out-
doors for future generations by
following these conservation
tips:
A Keep your RV on roads
that it is equipped to handle.
A Keep RV and tow vehicle
engines well tuned to conserve
energy and reduce emissions.
A Always use marked RV
campsites.
A Recycle as you travel.
Take note of campground recy-
cling categories; they may be
different from those you use at

A Minimize the use of dis-
posables. Mix your own cold
drinks from powders, and
assign a mug to. each family
memberratherthanusingpaper
cups. Discard excess packaging
at home.
A Keep campfires small to
minimize the amount of ash
and pollution. Don't put any-
thing into the fire pit that will
not burn, such as plastics, foils,
and metals. Observe fire rules,
which may change each day


RV travelers do more than
just hit the road in their vehi-
cles. RVing families get outside

small-town streets, over miles
of trails, or through landscaped
campgroumis. to a Campfire

Canvass survey taken by Dr.
Robert Hitlin, president of
Robert Hitlin Research
Associates, Inc., 70% of RVers
say they walk more when on
RV trips than when they are at
home.
Not surprising. RVers are
sociable people who walk
throughout the campground to
meet their "neighbors" and talk
about the newest vehicle inno-
vations. RVers also say they
specifically travel by RV to
participate in outdoor activities
like hiking and nature walks.
The most recent Campfire
Canvass survey shows what
activities top the list for RVers -
- 53% like to hike/walk, while
32% enjoy biking. However
you look at it, RVers are on the
move.
But cardiovascular benefits
are not the only health divi-
dends to be had. According to
an anthropological study of RV
enthusiasts, RVers said they
were both physically and men-
tally healthier and happier than
their non-RVing counterparts.
In fact, a study conducted by a
health psychologist at SUNY
Oswego found that taking vaca-
tions reduces the risk of heart
disease, and, that spending
quality time with a spouse or
significant other actually low-
ers a person's blood pressure.
RV vacations are great pressure


valves to let off the built-up
steam of everyday life.
Increasing activity while on
the road, escaping stress,
recharging batteries, and bond-
ing/reconnecting with family
members all help to explain
why RVers feel happier and
healthier than if they didn't RV.
in addition to enjoying time
with the family members they
bring along, 60% of RVers
report that they make trips to
relax and catch up by visiting
family and friends.
RVs reduce vacation stress
by allowing travelers to control
their own schedule and
timetable, by keeping the 11uni-
ly relaxed in lianiliar surround-
ings, and by making spur-of-
the-moment getaways possible
by leaving the RV packed with
the staples needed to head out
of town with httle planning.
And, since rest contributes to
overall physical health, sleep-
ing in a familiar, comfortable
bed plays a major role in
recharging the body's batteries,
something most travelers say
they can't obtain by staying in


strange hotels along the way.
The litet that RVers can con-
tinue to adhere to their diets
and solid nutritional habits may
also be a litator in their healthi-
er lifestyles.
Maintaining everyday eating
patterns is something not easily
accomplished while waiting
around airport tenninals, stay-
ing in hotels, and cating in
restaurants. RVs make meal-
time decisions easy because not
only are they equipped with on-
board puntries and cabincts for
non-perishable storage, owns/
stoves and microwaves for
cooking, and refrigerators/
freezers to store your inverite
meal ingredients, but also, RVs
houst uniple power and storage
for food processors, blenders,
convection ovens and other
preparation essentials.
So stock the RV puntry and
frig, grab your gear, a pair of
comfortable shoes and your
thorite traveling companions,
and hit the open road because
good health can't be li>und in a
bottle, but it can be li>und in an
RV campground.


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Art Deco Classic Car Show
The South Florida Region of the Antique Auto Club
of America holds its annual show along the Art
Deco stretch of Ocean Drive in Miami. Event Type:
Car Show. Friday, January 18, 2008 Sunday,
January 20, 2008. Miami, FL. For more info visit
www.aaca.org.

Cavallino Classic XVII
Six days of Ferrari fever, including a Ferrari
Maserati Historic Challenge at Moroso Motorsports
Park, concourse on the Lawn at the Breakers, and
displays of autos and automobilia. $595. Event
Type: Specialty Show. Tuesday, January 22, 2008 -
Sunday, January 27, 2008. Palm Beach, Fla. For
more info visit www.cavallino.com.

Palm Beach Cavallino Classic XVII
A convention of Ferrari automobiles. Thursday and
Friday, January 24-25, 2008, track event at Moroso
Motorsports Park; Saturday, Janaury 26, 2008,
Concorso d'Eleganza at The Breakers; Sunday,
January 27, multi-marque sports car show at the
Hilton Hotel at the Palm Beach International Airport.
There will be over 400 Ferraris at various venues
for this event. Event Type: Specialty Show.


Wednesday, January 23, 2008, 4:00 PM Sunday,
January 27, 2008, 2:00 PM. Palm Beach, FL.

Mecum Kissimmee High-Performance Auction
For those who prefer warm, oceanic breezes to dry
Arizona desert, Mecum Auctions plans to offer 750
cars for auction at Osceola Heritage Park. As
always, Mecum's focus is on American muscle cars
at this sale. $10. (815) 568-8888. Event Type:
Auction. Thursday, January 24, 2008 Saturday,
January 26, 2008. Kissimmee, Fla. For more info
visit www.mecumauction.com.

Battery Beach Burnout
The Florida Electric Auto Association presents its
third annual EV drag racing and autocross event at
Countyline Dragway. There's even a show-n-shine
on Saturday for those who want to gawk at battery-
powered dragsters. Event Type: Race. Saturday,
January 26, 2008 Sunday, January 27, 2008.
Miami. For more info visit www.nedra.com.

Supercar Weekend
Rolls-Royce, Bugatti, and Lamborghini are a few of
the marques to be lined up on the waterfront in
Palm Beach, with luxury yachts on display in the


water nearby. $40. Event Type: Specialty Show.
Saturday, January 26, 2008. West Palm Beach, Fla.
For more info visit www.palmbeachsupercanweek-
end.com.

Classic Sports Sunday
Multi-marque sports car event featuring automobiles
of the past and present for the true spots car
enthusiast. One hundred fifty+ cars will participate.
Event Type: Car Show. Sunday, January 27, 2008.
Hilton at Palm Beach international Airport West
Palm Beach, FL.

NASCAR Budweiser Shootout
The unofficial start of the NASCAR season, one
week before the Daytona 500. $40. Event Type:
Race. Saturday, February 9, 2008. Daytona, Fla.
For more info visit www.nascar com.

RM Collector Cars of Fort Lauderdale Auction
Experience the excitement of Florida's preeminent
collector car event! Hundreds of beautiful, signifi-
cant classic automobiles and thousands of classic
car enthusiasts gather for RM's Florida auction.
Event Type: Auction. Thursday, February 14, 2008 -
Sunday, February 17, 2008. Fort Lauderdale, FL.


Boca Raton Concours d'Elegance
Two big names at one big event: first, Bill Cosby will
headline the Boca contours; second, one of the first-
ever all-new Smart cars will be auctioned off during
the black-tie gala. This is only the second year for
this concourse, but they're off to a solid start. Event
Type: Car Show. Friday, February 22, 2008 -
Sunday, February 24, 2008. Boca Raton, Fla. For
more info visit www.bocaratonconcours.com.

Amelia island Concours d'Elegance
The Ritz Carlton and the Golf Club of Amelia island
at Summer Beach will host the classic concourse
and related events, including a road tour, test
drives, and seminars. $40. Event Type: Specialty
Show. Friday, March 7, 2008 Sunday, March 9,
2008. Amelia Island, Fla. For more info visit
www.ameliaconcours.org.

RM Vintage Motor Cars at Amelia Island
RM Auctions comes back to Florida for one of the
most prestigious annual sales on the auction calen-
dar. (800) 211-4371. Event Type: Auction. Friday,
March 7, 2008 Saturday, March 8, 2008. Amelia
Island, Fla. For more info visit www.rmauctions.com.


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60HP, Big foot, excei.
cond. witrailer $5,500
(352) 228-9624
LARSON
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Johnson outboard,
$6,500. As is,
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PONTOON
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Yamaha 50HP 4 strk 150
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skk '06 Mercury w/20hrs
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all the extras. $9,500.
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