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Publication Date: January 12, 2008
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song, as a
contest picks
the winner
/Page 3A
FLIGHT RISK:
Flock grounded
The 17 endangered whooping
crane chicks were grounded
Frida for a second consecu-
tive da in Georgia./Page 3A
SPECIAL MONTHLY SECTION:





Walden Woods growth conunues


Blueprints
Learn about the features and
amenities of Walden Woods
and more./Inside
TRAVELS:
Bush visits
Holy Land
President B sh vis-
its Holocau
Memorial a the
Sea of Galile .
/Page 12A
OPINION:

Crystal Riv r
is a diamond in
the rough. With
\
some work, it can\



peop f r


EDITORIAL, PAGE 10A. .
BIS PURCHASE:
Countrywide sold
Falling mortgage broker
Countrywide sold to Bank of
America./Page 12A
SHARP DROP:
Stocks slide
Wall Street plunged again
Fridau amid renewed fears
that the financial sector's
trouble aren't over./Page 9A
itEGIONAL NEWS:
Big bust
A joint operation between
Summer and Citrus county
authorities led to a sizable
drug bust./Page 4A
COMING UP


Space out
USA WEEKEND wants you to
meet the ex-astronaut who
want to t u hnesp e -
succeed!/Sunday

Annie's Mailbox . . 1
Cros ord 9C
Editorial 10A
Entertainm t 6B
Ho 9C
LotrtoscoPpe . . 6B
Move you s . . 10C
Obituaries 6A
Stocks 8A
Th} Sedi


BRIAN LaPETERIChronicle
ABOVE: Cpl. Terry Corbin and other Citrus County Sheriffs OfRoe deputies scan the woods south of State Road 44 Friday in Lecanto after a prisoner escaped from
the Citrus County Detention Facility. BELOW: Citrus County Sheriff's OMce Deputy A. Cox checks vehicles Friday afternoon at a roadblock on Lecanto Highway
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A 49-year-old jail trusty
Citrus County Detention
Facility on Friday and
tiEties ned to conh
overnight.
Citrus County Sheriff
Jeff Dawsy will not quit
until the runaway prisoner
is in custody, Sheriff's
OfHee spokeswoman Gail
Tierney said.
Around 3:30 p.m. Friday,
James Brown Coursey, 49,
an inmate in the Trus
Program at the Citrus
County Detention Facility,
fled on foot, Tierney said.
Inmates must meet certain
qualifications to become


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Anyone who
sees him is
asked to call
911 and not
confront him.
trusties; as


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8-year-old meter

maid causes stir

County says in hand tied for now

TERRY Warr tion division after she saw the
terrywitt@chronicleonline.com girl next to her garbage can
Chronicle and thought she was a child
------ Rom a poor famHy looking for
Citrus County utility regula- something to eat.
tion officials received a com- Upon closer examination,
plaint this week about Johnston said she
an elementary school noticed the little girl
tersr r ine fa haet wr using her hands to
CO ut, it's true. John sd sh sked
Eight-year-old Cass- doing and she respond-
andra Robinson, ed she was looking for
daughter of Jerry the water meter.
Salmon, owner and Robert Johnston told her
operator of Wellaqua Battista where to find it. The
Co., serving the Lucky county attomey girl read the meter and
Hills subdivision near says it might left with her dad.
Homosassa Springs, be an issue "My biggest concern;
was seen reading water for WWA. she was not near my
meters while Salmons meter and she was dig-
sat in his van nearby. ging in the gravel," Johnston
Wellaqua customer Alison said. Johnston said she plansto
Johnston filed the complamt
with the county's utility regula- Please see METER/Page 5A


DAVE SIGLER/Chronicle
Frank Schiraldi first served as a Crystal River city
councilman from 1990-92 before serving a four-
year term as county commissioner from 1992-96.
It was probably Schiraldi's six years on the
receiving end of that advice that got him where
he is today.
Schiraldi, a graduate of Crystal River High
School, spent 20 years in the Army Corps of
Engineers the military side, not civil service
- before returning to his hometown. Frustrated
with a city council he believed was disjointed,
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n Ilver n the pr sector, Frank Schiraldi
bu neesCod IRiver nativeH Ice %esidenanod
Associates Inc., works out of the Citrus Hills
office and spend nearly as mtich
time attending government
Reft meetings as he did in the
employ of Citrus County taxpay.
$fE ers some years ago.
the "I'm what they call bilingual,"
Schiraldi said with a laugh. "I
IIOW speak government and I speak
engineering."
In other words, Schiraldi can offer his com-
pany's engineering.advice to local governments
in a way that citizens can understand and
appreciate.


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Karl Starzinger spoke recently at the Friends of the Lakes Regional Library annual meeting. Starzinger's topic for the meeting was
Being well-read is not the same as being well-educated."


DAVE SIGLERIChronicle


committee will be comprised of members of
the Senate Banking and insurance
Committee and the Senate Judiciary
Committee.
The purpose of the Senate Select
Committee is to take testimony, under oath,
from property and casualty insurance com-
pany executives about their pricing prac-
tices and their increased profits associated
with escalating rates.
The Select Committee on Property
Insurance Accountability will meet on Feb.
4 and 5. Over the next week, invitations,
and, if necessary subpoenas, will be issued
to selected insurance company executives
who do business in the State of Florida.
From staff reports


Wings of Freedom Aviation Museum has
been granted an extension to its hangar
lease, but has until the end of June 2008
to prove to Dunnellon City Council and
Marion County commissioners that it is an
added value to the Dunnellon Airport.
Museum officials are asking for public to
show its support by contacting the city or
county commissioners or becoming a
Wings of Freedom member for a $25 year-
ly fee. Members receive a monthly
newsletter.
Wings of Freedom members will meet at
1 p.m. today at the group's white hangar at


the Dunnellon Airport off Marion County
Road 484 to install officers.
The public is invited.
For information call Carolyn Mills at
(352) 489-3120 or Russ Shay at (352)
465-1799, or visit www.wingsoikeedom.us.
Strifler to install officers,
speak at Republican club
Citrus County Clerk of Courts Betty
Strifler will speak 6 p.m. Tuesday, to the
Yankeetown-lnglis Republican Club at the
Inglis-Yankeetown Lions Club on 59th
Street, Yankeetown.


Strifier will install 2008 officers David
Gatelein, president; Nancy Tobergte, vice
president; Carol Ross, secretary; and Ellen
Shannahan, treasurer,
Dinner is 6:30 p.m. The public is invited.
Call Edith at 447-2622 or Grace at 447-
2693.
Fasano on property insuranCO
8CCOURtability COMMittee
Senate President Ken Pruitt has appoint-
ed State Sen. Mike Fasano, R-Port Richey,
to the Senate Select Committee on
Property insurance Accountability. The


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Hospital

in need of


volunteers

CMHS bar variety

positions open
Special to the Chronicle
Several volunteer positions are
open for individuals wanting to serve
others through various assignments
at Citrus Memorial Health System.
Orientation, a free uniform and a
meal for every four hours of service
are all benefits for volunteer service
at the hospital. Volunteers gather
together for several social functions
during the year and work together to
raise funds for the hospital.
The following positions are avail-
able:
a Gift Shop Clerk If you enjoy
people and working in a small gift
shop, this position might be just fbr
you. Several shifts and days are
open. Must have the ability to assist
customers and operate a cash regis-
ter.
M Patient Care Partners This
service involves working directly
with the patients. You will serve
them ice water/meals, answer call
lights, visit with patients, or assist
nurses with non-medical services.,A
real desire to work with patients aed
able to walk is important to fulfill
this position,
a Laboratory Messengers Yqu
will assist the lab by delivering items
(O all the floors and returning items
to the lab. This position will give you
a great deal of exercise walking
throughout the hospital.
a Nutritional Services Assistants
Several volunteers are needed to
deliver late trays, dish desserts, wrap
silverware, etc. This service will
involve standing and walking.
a Transporters The Admitting
Department is in need of trans-
porters to take patients to various
areas of the hospital. This position
involves walking and pushing wheel-
chairs.
5 Clerical Assistant Sevefal
offices are seeking individuals with
office experience to assist them with
answ marept A sM in b omid a
volunteer at CMHS, call Jenny Fox at
560-6298. The next orientation ;is
Wednesday and Friday. You must
pre-register for orientation. or


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times the number that existed in the
early 1940s. Operation IVIigration Inc.
works in partnership with nine private
and government agencies known collee-
tively as the Whooping Crane Eastern
Partnership.
This year's whooping crane flyover
event will be at the Dunnellon Park
Commerce Airport and the public is
invited to attend. The airport is at 15070
S.W 111th St, off Marion County Road
484. For day-to-day information about
the cranes' progress, visit www.opera-
tionmigration.org and click on "In The
Field."
For directions to the flyover event at
the Dunnellon Airport, call the Crystal
River Refuge at 563-2088.


second consecutive day
journey from Necedah National Wildlife
Refixge in central Wisconsin to
Chassahowitzka National Wildlife
Refuge along Florida's Gulf Coast.
Rain, a low cloud ceiling and high
winds prevented the whooping cranes
and crew from flying Thursday and
Friday.
The birds left Necedah Wildlife
Refitge in Wisconsin on Oct. 13, and will
arrive sometime in January at the
Chassahowitzka National Wildlife
Rettige.
Operation Migration teaches whoop-
ing cranes to migrate il'om Wisconsin to
Florida each year In the first five years
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The 17 endangered whooping crane
hicks were grounded Friday for a sec-
nd consecutive day in Coweta County,
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The migration set a record Tuesday,
n. 8, as the longest migration thus far
77 days. Last year, the cranes' migra-
on took 76 days. Friday was the 80th
ay of migration.
The chicks and their surrogate par-
nts Operation Migration's four ultra-
ght aircraft arrived Wednesday in
oweta County after a 23.2-mile trip
om Haralson County, Ga.. They have
own 877.3 miles of their 1,260-mile


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Wildwood resident Charles Dixon
is alleged to have sold marijuana
and cocaine on numerous occa-
sions to undercover agents withm
1,000 feet of a city park and
church.
Dixon, 38, was arrested on four
counts of possession of marijuana
with intent to sell within 1,000 feet
ofa place ofworship, three counts
ofsale ofmarijuana, two counts of
possession of cocaine, sale of
cocaine, armed trafficking
cocaine, trafficking hydrocodone,
possessionofdrugparaphernalia,
child neglect and resisting an offi-
cer without violence. He was
placed in the Sumter County
Detention Center without bond.
Valencia Harris, 18, was also
arrested at the home. She was
arrested for possession of mari-
Juana armed trafficking in
cocaine, possession of drug para-
phernalia and child neglect She
was also placed in the county jail
without bond
The initial bust Jan. 3 was a
joint effort between Sumter and
Citrus law enforcement officers,
Caruthers said. "Citrus County
was instrumental in helping with
that arrest and the second arrest."
On Jan. 3, Don Crosby and
Vondra Brooks were arrested at
their Wildwood apartment on
chargesofcocainetraffickiingand
child neglect
Bob Reichman is the editor
of the Sumter county Times,


Boe REICHMAN
For the Chronicle
A Wildwood drug bust Jan. 3 led
local police authorities, with
assistance fmm the Citrus County
Sheriffs Office, to make a second
bust in the city Jan. 10, resulting in
the confiscation of illegal drugs
with an estimated street value of
$35,000.
Operating as the Sumter
County Drug Task Force, officials
from the sheriff's office and the
Wildwood Police Department
made two arrests at a Wildwood
home, at 1211 Whitaker Road,
confiscatingeocainemarijuana,
hydrocodone, a handgun and
drug-related items, according to
sheriff's spokesman LL Bobby
Caruthers.
During a search of the resi-
dence and a vehicle belonging to
one of the suspects, several items
were seized including eight
pounds of marijuana, a quarter'
pound of cocaine, 42 grams of
hydrocodone, drug packaging
manad 2de i 1 ,n gT
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eT children found in the
home at the time of the search
were turned over to family mem.
bers.
The armsts were made as the
resultofanundercoveroperation
and joint investigation launched
in August 20(TI, Caruthers said.
During the investigation,


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"In this case, what happened was the
sheriff's department requested a lock
down," said Dave Stephens, Citrus Countyr
Schools' director of risk management.
At the time of the lock down, students)
from Lecanto High School, the 3
Renaissance Center and Lecanto Middl 1
School were en route home. School ofil-
cials formed bus drivers of the escape to,
heighten awareness and simultaneously
focused on the safety of students who
remained on school grounds at an after-
school program at Lecanto Middle Schools
at Lecanto Primary School and Citrus
Resources for Exceptional Students in
Transition (CREST) School.
"Basically, we lock all the exterior
doors," Stephens said. The school officials
made sure students were accounted foq!
including those outside the facilities; stua
dents outside were brought inside and ,
secured, Stephens said.
All students were released from they
schools around 4:45 p.m., over an hour after
the initial lock down, Stephens said. The
parents were notified of the lock down ancis
were supposed to receive follow-up cally;
forming them the students were on their
way home.
Stephens said sheriff's office personnel
acted swiftly. The students' safety is a maiwa
priority for both school and sheriff's office
officials, Stephens said.





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trusties, they are assigned to work for the
facility both indoors and outdoors, Citrus
County Detention Facility spokeswoman
Julia Swart said.
The last escape by a prisoner was in
December2006byJoseMalagonCervantes,
25, of Inverness, who was also a trusty. He
walked off while working on public proper-
ty and was caught a day later near Daytona.
Course, of 8763 E. Gulf-to-Lake HighwaX
No. 6, was arrested in February on an
active Citrus County warrant for grand
theft. While incarcerated, Coursey was
arrested and charged in June with
unarmed burglary of unoccupied struc-
tures, storage facility sheds in Inverness
and Crystal River, and grand theft of items
ftom the sheds such as a ladder, lawn
mower; lawn trimmers, a TV tire rims and
golf clubs.
"He's still at large and we're still on the
hunt here," Tierney said.
Dawsy decided to run a mobile command
center from the detention facility.
Immediately, he alerted deputies from his
strike force, search team, canine unit and
aviation unit and a search began. Deputies
stopped cars on County Road 491 and State


SO YOU KNOW
a Since Oct. 1, 1995, Corrections
Corporation of America (CCA) officials
have managed and operated the
Citrus County Detention Facility. The
county's Public Safety Department
director is responsible for monitoring
the operations of CCA. .
a in Florida, CCA manages the correc-
tionssystemsinCitrusHernando,
Bay, and Polk counties. The Citrus
County Detention Facility is a 760-bed
facility that houses male and female
pnsoners.
Information from the Corrections
Corporation of America's Web site.

Road 44 and scoured areas surrounding the
detention facility. Deputies' cars formed a
barrier along State Road 44 and County
Road 491 with a vehicle stationed, lights
flashing, every quarter mile.
"There's a large contingency of officers,"
Dawsy said. "We're doing our system grid
search and the helicopter's up."
Sheriff's ofileials issued reverse 911 calls
to alert nearby residents of the escape,
Tierney said. Also, Citrus County School
officials locked down facilities in the
Lecanto Complex on West Educational
Path.


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Schiraldi in 1990 took his first
run at elective office.
He not only won, he ran unop-
posed.
"I was surprised no one
opposed my candidacy," he said.
Schiraldi quickly learned that
life in public ofice was no pic-
nic.
'It's not as easy as it seems," he
said. "It's not as easy to accom-
plish those things that the public


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huge resistance by county emer-
gency workers and many citi-
zens.
Schiraldi said he listened, but
also voted his conscience.
"I made no bones in my poli-
tics, what I intended to do during
the time I was honored by the
voters to get that temporary
power;" he said. "It's not always a
pleasant experience. You have to
take both sides of an issue. It's
certainlytherighterbip...\<-rsto
voice their displeasure or their
pleasure."
He served one four-year term,
then left public ofHee in 1996.
"I accomplished
what I set out to
it waS do," he said. "It
was time for some-
fOf one else to stand
up and take a
ne else whack."
Schiraldi stayed
nd up in government ure,
working eight
ake a years with the
Department of
. State's Division of
Historical
:g ,. Resources. In that
commissioner role, he helped
from 1992-96. local governments
receive grants for
restoration projects, and he had
a hand in Citrus County projects
such as the Historic Hernando
School and Seminole Club in
Crystal River
It was that familiarity with
local government that brought
Hoyle, Tanner and Associates
Inc. calling, he said.
Schiraldi now interacts with
numerous local governments on
engineering projects, and
Hoyle, Tanner and Associates
Inc. plays a major role in sever-
al Citrus County projects,
including master plans for the
Inverness and Crystal River air-
ports, sewer plant upgrades and
improvements in Inverness to
Damper and Tompkins streets.
Schiraldi said that, though
even in the private sector he is
engaged daily in local govern-
ment, he doubts he'll see anoth-
er run on the campaign trail.
"You never say never;" he
said, "but I have no plans to do
that."


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wants you to
accomplish. There
are more people
than it appears
who have a say in
decisions."
"Still, Schiraldi
said he tried to
keep the focus on
alivancing city
business while
avoiding the inter-
nal squabbling that
CTrystal River's city
ebuncils have
fdeed on occasion.
"We moved the
bill right down the
cburt," he said.


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eluded, Schiraldi left the council
for a run at Citrus County
Commission to replace Nick
Bryant, who was not seeking re-
election.
-iSchiraldi said he sought coun-
if office because two other sit-
tiag commissioners Wilbur
Langley and Alex Griffm- were
VAcating their seats at the same
time as Bryant That left open
the potential for a new three-
nivember voting majority.
ESchiraldi was elected m 1992,
along with Brad Thorpe and
Vicki Phillips.
'i"We had a leadership team
come on board with fresh
a preach to old problems," he
sAid.
ESchiraldi said he was elected
on a platform of saving tax
money by privatizing services
such as the county jail and emer-
gency medical services. The lat-
ter, in particular, was met with


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monitor her bill more closely
to check for possible spikes or
dips in water use that might be
at c naccurate
Utilities Regulatory Director
Chuck Johnson said there are
no regulatory laws Salmons is
breaking by allowing an 8-year-
old girl to read meters for the
family business, unless cus-
tomers begin complaining to
him about unexplained
increases or decreases in their
water use.
Our take on it is there is not
much we can do about a little
eg h1geos d "It'eadott
our ordinances to enforce.,,
Salmon said he doesn't see
a problem with his daughter
reading meters for his busi-
ness. He said she is a very
bright child, loves math, and
enjoys the work. He said he
doesn't pay her for the work
She volunteers.
"We double-check her and
she's never made a mistake,"
he said.
County Attorney Robert
Battista, who is Howard's boss,
said he knows of no laws being
broken, but he said the fact
that an 8-year-old girl is read-


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for the Citrus County Utility
Regulatory Authority. The
WWAregulates private utilities
in the county.
"Is it illegal? I don't think in
a regulatory sense," Battista
said. "I find it a little suspi-
utse t tmse diad 1' nol'
take some concern if I saw a lit-
tle girl reading my meten"
The complaint about a child
meter reader was not the first
complaint Johnston has filed
against Wellaqua.
She complained in the past
about lack of water pressure at
her home, about the bad smell
of the water, about insulting
comments she said Salmons
had made to her, and about the
bad names she says he has
called her, as well as his
alleged lack of responsiveness.
Salmon has responded by
meeting with Howard three
times. Howard has given him a
list of issues to address and a
deadline to meet them.
Salmon has provided his cus-
tomers with a list of emergency
phone numbers where he and
his staff can be contacted and
has been asked to correct the
water pressure and had smell
problems.
Lucky Hills is one of the
smallest utilities in the county
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this area two years ago from
Pine Hill, N.J.
Mr. Harrison was a ware-
house manager.
He enjoyed bowling and was
the longtime president of the
Friday night mixed league at
LaMartinique Bowling Lanes
in Stratford, N.J. He also
enjoyed playing golf and pool.
Survivors include his wife,
Teresa M. Harrison and son,
George J. Harrison Jr. of
Franklinville, N.J.; two daugh-
ters, Dawn M. Allebach of
Crystal River and Jennifer Lea
Harrison of Havelock, N.C.;
two brothers, Charles W.
Harrison Jr. of Sicklerville,
N.J., and Joseph E. Harrison of
Homosassa; a sister, Ruthann
Youse of Grandy, N.C.; and six
grandchildren.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Homosassa.

Patricia
Hudapeth, 89
HOMOSASSA
Patricia E Hudspeth, 69,
Homosassa, died Thursday,
Jan. 10, 2008, at her home.
Born Feb. 28, 1938, in North
Carolina to Alvah and Lucy
(Laughton) Flynn, she came to
this area in 1994 from South
Carolina.
She was a homemaker who
enjoyed reading, growing
orchids and gardening. She
loved being in the outdoors,
especially at the beach.
She was devoted to her fami-
ly and her grandchildren.
Survivors include two sons,
Thomas K Hudspeth and wife
Gloria of Homosassa and
William Hudspeth and wife
Lori of Aledo, Texas; three
grandchildren; and one great-
grandchild.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home
with Crematory, Inverness.

Dorothy
Plevell, 82
FLORALCITY
Dorothy Elizabeth Plevell'
82, Floral City, died Thursday,
Jan. 10, 2008, at her home
under the care of her family
and Hospice of Citrus County.
Born July 25, 1925, in
Detroit, Mich., the daughter of
Albert and Alice Hengstebeck,
she moved to Floral City in
1966 from St. Petersburg.
She and her husband were
former owners of the
Moonrise Resort in Floral
City.
Mrs. Plevell was a member
of Our Lady of Fatima Catholic
Church in Inverness and a past
member of the Citrus County
Sheriff's Citizens Academy.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 50 years, Adolph
Plevell of Floral City; son,
John Plevell and wife Diana of
Citrus Springs; sisters,
Beverly Murphy of Inverness
and Lois Doran of Detroit,
Mit*h.; and two granddaugh-
ters, Kristen Plevell of Beverly
Hills and Shannon Johnston of
Brandon.
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She was Jewish and a mem-
ber of B'Nai Brith.
She was preceded in death
by her husband of 62 years,
Lentho Burns, Feb. 22, 2000,
one brother and one sister.
Survivors include her son,
Robert C. Burns and wife
Susan of Bonientown, N.J.; two
grandchildren; and her com-
panion, Laurence Hetch.
Chas. E. Davis Euneral Home
with Crematory, Inverness.

Ettamae
Erwin, BO
HERNANDo
Ettamae "Cookie" Erwin, 60,
Hernando, died Thursday, Jan.
3, 2008.
Born Dec. 30, 1947, in
Abington, Pa., to Charles and
Marjorie (Lovett) Courtney, she
came to this area three years
ago from Doylestown, Pa.
Mrs. Erwin was a senior
teller in the banking industry.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 12 years, Matt Erwin of
Hernando; son, Kenneth
Mansley of Erwinna, Pa.;
daughter, Kristie Crockett of
Sellersville, Pa.; brothers,
Norman Courtney of Floral
City and Charles Courtney of
Doylestown, Pa.; sister, Carol
Kirschner of Hernando; and
granddaughter, Gina Mansleye
Friends who wish may send
memorial donations to Feed
the Children, PO. Box 36,
Oklahoma City, OK73101-0036.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Inverness.

Herman
Goetter Jr., 94
LECANTO
Herman Goetter Jr., 94,
Lecanto, formerly of Macon,
Ga., and Pensacola, died
Thursday, Jan. 10, 2008 at the
Citrus County Hospice House
in Lecanto.
Born April 4, 1913, in
Mannheim, Germany, he was
the son of Paula L. and
Herman Goetter Sr. He emi-
grated to the United States
with his parents in 1923.
Mr. Goetter was employed by
Armstrong World Industries for
more than 43 years, starting at
the Armstrong Plant in
Pensacola and was moved 13
years later to a new plant in
Macon, Ga. He moved up
quickly and was superinten-
dent over all of fabrication
operations at the time of his
retirement in 1978.
His philosophy of life was
"As you go through this world,
the only thing of real impor-
tance and value you leave
behind are the fine young men
and women you help along the
way." In 1977 he was named
Auxilian of the Year by the
Medical Center Auxiliary for
contributing more than 2,000
volunteer hours to the hospital.
He also enjoyed working in
the outdoors and growing as
many trees as possible, caring
for them diligently. In 1990 he
returned to Florida and settled
in Lecanto and planted more
trees.

ShHeh a membe ofcGood
Survivors include his wife of
25years, Lisbeth Goetter; three
,SHea7aon GM 1 r Ill a
Goetter, M.D., and wife Bebe of
Fairhope, Ala., and Thomas
Goetter and wife Diane of
Pensacola; five grandchildren;
three step-grandchildren; 10
great-grandchildren; and one
great-great-grandchild.
Heinz Funeral Home &
Cremation, Inverness.

agerge
Harrison Sr., 60
LECANTO
George J. Harrison Sr., 60,
Lecanto, died Wednesday, Jan.
9, 2008, in Inverness.
Born May 18, 1947, in
Camden, N.J., to Charles W
Harrison Sr. and Mary M.
(Allen) Harrison, he came to


Jan. 10, 2008.
Born May 3, 1914, in
Brooklyn, N.Y, to Joseph and
Anna (Spall) Waage, she came
to this area in 1977 from Long
Island, N.Y.
Mrs. Renner was a retired
material control clerk and she
was Catholic.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, George E
Renner, in April 1999, two
brothers, Otto and Lawrence
and sister, Anne Burger.
Survivors include her daugh-
ter, June G. Micker and hus-
band James of Inverness; sis-
ter, Marie E. Anderson of
Pompano Beach; two grand-
children; and one great-grand-
.child.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Inverness.

Martial
Rosedo, 76
INVERNEss
Martial Rosado, 76,
Inverness, died Thursday, Jan.
10, 2008, at Citrus Memorial
Health System in Inverness.
Mr. Rosado was born Aug. 20,
1931, in Puerto Rico and
moved to Inverness 15 years
ago from Queens, N.Y.
He was a laborer in the
metal industry.
He loved gardening.
Survivors include his wife,
Francis Rosado of Inverness;
six daughters, Nydia D'Amato
of Sacramento, Calif., Iris
Santiago of Queens, N.Y.,
Maria Ruoff of Queens, N.Y.,
Gloria Rosado of Queens, N.Y.,
Mildred Johnson of Long
Island, N.Y., and Maria
Cartegena of Lecanto; three
sons, Hector Santiago Jr. of
Long Island, N.Y., Marcial
Rosado of Brooklyn, N.Y, and
Hector Santiago Sr. of Queens,
N.Y; and 20 grandchildren.
Heinz Funeral Home &
Cremation, Inverness.

Margaret
Speck, OO
INVERNESS
Margaret D. Speck, 60,
Inverness, died Thursday, Jan.
10, 2008.
She was born Jan. 6, 1948, to
Larry and Connie Olsen and
came to this area in 1973 from
her native New Haven, Conn.
Mrs. Speck was a librarian.
She was a member of the
Lakes Region Library.
She enjoyed fishing.
She is survived by her hus-
band, James L. Speck of
Inverness.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Inverness.

LeRoy VanPelt
Taeschner Jr., 65
CR Y S TA L RIVER
LeRoy VanPelt Taeschner Jr,
65, Crystal Rivel died Monday,


Jan. 7, 2008, at Seven Rivers
Regional Medical Center in
Crystal River
Born Aug. 1, 1942, in Staten
Island, N.Y., he came to this
area four years ago.
Mr. Taeschner was a U.S.


Good Shepherd Luther
Church, Hernando, FL -
4779.
George J. Harrison Sr. Tge
service of remembrance for
Mr. George J. Harrison Sr., ade
60, of Lecanto, will be con-
ducted at 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan.
13, 2008, at the Homosassa
Chapel of Hooper Funer 1
Homes. Friends may call fol-
lowing services, until 4 p.m. at
the Homosassa Chape).
Cremation will be under tge
direction of Hoop(r
Crematory, Inverness. TIde
family requests that exprep-
sions of sympathy take the
form of memorial donations o
the American Cancer Socie ,
Pasco, Hernando, Citrus Un
21756 State Road 54, Suite 10
Lutz, FL 33549.
Dorothy Elizabeth Pleve
Visitation for Dorothy Pleve 1
will be between the hours ofi6
p.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 13,
2008, at the Heinz Funeral
Home, 2507 Highway 44 Wet t,
Inverness. The Mass of
Christian burial will be offered
at 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 14, 2001,
at Our Lady of Fatima Cathol c
Church in Inverness. Fr. James
Johnson will preside. In lieu f
flowers, donations may be
given to Hospice of Citr s
County.
Katherine Amelia Renne .
The service of remembrance
for Mrs. Katherine Amel a
Renner, age 93, of Invernes),
will be conducted at 11 a. .
Monday, Jan. 14, 2008, at the
Inverness Chapel of Hoop r
Flmeral Homes with Deacon
Eric Makoid officiati
Friends may call from 10 a.
until the time of service at
Inverness Chapel. Cremation
will be under the direction of
Hooper Crematory, Inverness.

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He was a lov-
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His son, LeRoy VanPelt
Taeschner III, preceded him in
death.
Survivors include his wife of
50 years, Phyllis Taeschner of
Crystal River; daughter, Lori
Taeschner of Crystal River;
and a brother, Keith Taeschner
of Pinellas Park.
Private cremation arrange-
ments under the direction of
Strickland Funeral Home,
Crystal River.
James
Wells Jr., 63
OZ ELLO
James H. Wells Jr., 63, Ozello,
died Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2008, at
his home.
Born May 6, 1944, in
Christiansburg, Va., to James
H. and Marguerite Wells, he
came to this area 10 years ago
from Plymouth, Mich.
Mr. Wells was a U.S. Army
veteran and a retired truck
driver,
He enjoyed fishing and play-
ing chess with his grandson. He
also was a BMW enthusiast
Survive ors
include his
dau g h te r,
Brenda
Campbell of
Ozello; and
two grandsons, Matthew and
Jonny Campbell.
Private cremation arrange-
ments under the direction of
Strickland Funeral Home,
Crystal River
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Funeral NOTICES

Herman Goetter Jr. Herman
Goetter Jr., 94, of Lecanto, died
Thursday, Jan. 10, 2008.
Visitation will be held from
noon to 1p.m. Saturday, Jan. 12,
2008 at the Heinz Funeral
Home, 2507 Highway 44 West,
Inverness. There will be a
funeral service following the
visitation on Saturday, Jan. 12,
2008, at 1 p.m. at the Heinz
Funeral Home with Pastor
Kenneth C. Blyth presiding. He
will be interred at Bayview
Memorial Park in Pensacola at
11 a.m. Monday, Jan. 14, 2008.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to Hospice of
Citrus County, PO. Box 641270,
Beverly Hills, FL 3e4464 or to


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INVERNEss
Dr. George K. Brown, 98,
Emeritus Dean of Student
Affairs at Carnegie-Mellon
University, died Friday, Jan. 11,
2008 at the Hospice of Citrus
County Hospice House in
Lecanto.
He was born
May 20, 1919,
in New Haven,
Conn., to
Henry and
Mary Brown, the youngest of
seven brothers, and retired to
Inverness in 1971.
Dr. Brown was a graduate of
the University of Alabama,
held a Master's Degree from
the University of Virginia and a
doctorate from the University
of Pennsylvania.
He was a psychologist for the
Corrections Department of
North Carolina from 1936 to
1939 and lectured at Duke and
University of North Carolina
while there. In 1939, he was
appointed an instructor at The
Wharton School of the
University of Pennsylvania.
Later, he became Professor
and Dean of Men at St.
Lawrence University. He was
appointed Dean of Student
Affairs at Carnegie-Mellon
University in 1958.
Dr. Brown was a member of
the American Association of
University Professors, the
National Association for
Student Personnel
Administrators, the Advisory
Board of the Pennsylvania
JuniorAcademyofSciencethe
American Sociological Society
and the University of
Pennsylvania Center for
Studies in Criminology. and
Criminal Law.
In 1962, Carnegie-Mellon
made him an Honorary
Alumnus. He was also a mem-
ber of the National Honor
Societies Phi Kappa Phi and
Omicron Delta Kappa and was
a national officer of the latter,
In 1955, he was a member, of
the original staff of the
Institute for College and
University Administrators at
the Harvard Graduate School
of Business.
He served in the U.S. Army
from 1942 to 1946.
He was author of "The
Treatment of Recidivist in the
U.S." This work was sponsored
and published by Cambridge
University, England.
He was a past member of the
Inverness Golf and Country
Club and Friends of the Lakes
Region Library. He enjoyed
golfing and was a voracious
reader.
He was preceded in death by
his wife, Edna D. Brown, in
1982, and six brothers.
Survivors include his son,
John R. Brown of Charleston,
WVa.; his daughter, Dr. Lynda
B. and husband Lester
Salmon of Arnold, Md.; three
grandchildren; and three
great-grandchildren.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home
withCrematoryInverness.

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Newark, N.J.,
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this area in 1979 from West
Windsor, N.J.
She served in the U.S. Army
during World War II, serving as
a secretary in Italy. She was
then employed as a secretary
for a research and develop-
ment company
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.. ThmBet 46.00 -1.41 .52 WamerMus 5.12 +.20
100 Thombg 8.46 +.08
1.92 3M Co 77.58 -2.63 .60m WA Mui 14.69 +.53 )
.60 Edwtr 53.21 +.31 1.081 WsteMlnc 31.23 -.413
.60 Tiffany d35.80 -4.52 ... Weathfdln1 68 91 +.98
25 EmeWam 16.01 -.05 1.98 WeinRit 29.82 d
.68 Timken 28 25 -.64 .02
.08p 11tanMet 23 59 -1.02 WdlPoint 87.83 -.74 4
, .60 ToddShp 17.66 -.22 1.24 WdlsFarao28.20 +.291A
TollBros 16.27 -.55 .50 Wendys 24.72 +.364
.48e TorchEn 10 06 -.29 1.08 WestarEn 25.15 -.33 4
.52 Trchmrk 61.28 -.55 iA
228 TorDBkg 66.55 -.46 116 WAEMInc212.88+.13
2.71eTotalSA 84.12-1.54 54 WstAMgdHi 5.79 +.02
.28a TotalSys 22.58-1.44 75 WAstInf0ppl2.04+.13
64 Trane s 44.70 -.19 W If 2.98 -1.43
Transocn 136.39 -1.25 -- 8
1.16 Travelers 51.46 -.11 24 WstnRefin 19.18 +.25-
.16 Tredgar 1451 -.68 .04e WstnUnion21.34 -.960
2 44e TnCon1 19 43 -.07 2.40 Weyerb 66.00 -123
Tween 28 40 -.20 1 72 Whri I 73.54 -1.31
.56 TycoBec n 33.42 -.40 9 8
.60 Tycolnin d36.01 -1.42 .88e WilmCS 9.36 -.04 ]
.16 Tyson 14.12 -.37 .40 WmsCos 35.14 -.843
.72m U-Store-it 8.14 +.18 .46 WrnsSon d2120 -1.40 E
1.83e UBS AG 44 72 -.74 1.00 Windstrm 11.
132 UDR 1991 +.28 59 -.9 3
1.73 UILHold 3607-1.01 .48 Winnbgo 19.31 -.22f6
USAirwy 11.89 -,66 1.00 WiscEn 47.93 -.19 4
USEC 8.08 -13 .68 Worthgin 16.17 -.068
2 40 UST Inc 56 26 +.90
5 04e UUnrao 141 27 +1 60 1 16 Wagley 59.60 74
.15 UniFirst 38.96 -2.20 1 12? Wyeth 4784 +.70
1.00eUnilevNV 33.13-1.92 1.52 XLCap 49.69 -21
176f UnionPac 114.11-274 48 XTOEns u54.81 -.60
2 08 UnBnCal 45 54 75
Unisys 39 .92 XcelEngy 22.56 -.19 a
.11e UtdMicro 3.17 -.14 17 Xerox dl4.28 -.418
1.68 UPSB 69.59 --07 04 Yamanagul6.40 +.100
... UtdRentals1720 +63 .. Yinglin 34.57+2.58'
1.70f US Bancrp 29.85 -.12 9
80 USSteel 106.58-3.06 .60 Brdss36.34-2.66,
1 28 UtdTech 71.68 -.71 ZaleCp 13.72 63 ,g
03 UtdhtthGp 55 91 -.18 Zimmer 69 95 +1 44
30 UnumGrp 2241 -.20 .49 ZweigT1 456 +010




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Yesterday Pvs Day ,3
Australia 1.1222 1.1164
Brazil 1.7485 1.7555
Britain 1.9573 1.9609
Canada 1.0206 1.0108
China 7.2635 7.2724
Euro .6764 .6760 A
Hong Konq 7.8060 7.8034 A
Hungary 171.23 171.09
India 39.285 39.211
Indnsia 9523.81 9523.81
Israel 3.7693 3.7768
Japan! 108.91 109.54 :0
Jordan .7100 .7100
Malaysia 3.2590 3.2681
Mexico 10.9450 10.9234
Pakistan 62.85 62.68
Poland 2.42 2.42
Russia 24.3659 24.4314
Singapore 1.4333 1.4308
Slovak Rep 22.44 22.49
So. Africa 6.7675 6.8184
So. Korea 938.09 938.09
Swedenl 6.3489 6.3373 ~
Swltzerlnd 1.1010 1.1045
Taiwan 32.46 32.50
U.A.E 3.6732 3.6732
Venlzuel 2145.92 2145.92
BRlitishl pounld Il~epessed InU US dollars. All others show '
dollal Infolalg n curlency.



Yesterday Pvs Day 10
Poime Rate 7.25 7.25
Discount Rate 4.75 4.75
Federal Funds Bate 4.25 4.19
Treasuries
3-month 3.03 3.12
6-month 2.98 3.2
_5-year_ __ 3.06 3.16
10-veal 3 80 3.85


Name Vol (00) Last Chg
CntwdFn 19322201 6.33 -1.42
Clligrp 8653301 28.56i + 15
WA Muti 715876 14.69 + 53
Bkofkm 695298 38.50 -.80
AmExp 563540 4400 -4 12

GAINERS ($2 OR M(ORE)
Name Last Chg %/Chg
Imation 22.93 +4.98 +27.7
HuttigBld 4.29 +.75 +21.2
GaGulf 4.87 +.77 +18.8
MBIA 16.59 +2.48 +17 6
AmbacF 21.73 +2.32 +12.0

LOSERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Chg


Name Vlas (00) La Chg
SmlPDR 250436 10.615 -1 14
SaP yFcl 478366 2.735 +09
Jeh2Knyalv li675 70.22 +1 5
PrUIhOO368.810634 7+132


GAINERS ($20oR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Chg


Name _as VogstChgL
USnte 750481372.99 -3.55
RFMicDm 714.17 3.73 -1.29
ETrladeh10 62349.08 +.15 6
Mirosof 5.4995 33.91.2 t3.


GAINERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Chg


Hele are the 825 most active stocks on the New York Stock Exchange, 765 most active on the
Nasdaq National Market and 116 most active on the American Stock Exchange. Stocks in bold
are worth at least $5 and changed 5 percent or more in price. UJldQfilliDg for 50 most active
on NYSE and Nasdaq and 25 most active on Amex. Tables show name, price and net changer
and one to two additional fields rotated through the week, as follows:


Name Div Yld PE Last Chg ** g
Motorola .20 1.4 46 14.64 29 -8.7
Penney .80 2.1 7 37.86 +.31 -13.9 A

ProgrssEn 2.46 5.1 19 48.13 -35 -.6
A
RegionsFn1.52 7.4 9 20.47 +.41 -13.4
SearsHIdgs ... ... 12 96.17 -4.06 -5.8 A


)r~~


Tellabs 604 +20
Telular 4.40 99
TesseraT 3576 -127
TetraTc 1976 -.13
39e TevaPhrm 47 98 + 57
TexRdhsA d977 -40
10 ThStreet 12.56 -.46
ThidWye 9.12 -.15
Thoratec 18.35 +.13
3Com 4 20 -.18

32 e 1 +
TW Tele 18 91 + 12
... TitanMchnul7.00 +4.18
... TIVolnc 7.19 -13
Tomolli n 17 87 01
TractSuppd30.54-164
TriZetle 16.80 -64
TndentMh 5.56 -09
... TrimbleNs25.76-1.49
TrlQuint 5.18 -.30
TrueRelgif 1700 -.45
TrumpEnt 3AS +.03
64 TrstNY 933 -.29
921 Tmstmk 22.41 -97
80 TuesMm 433 +05
2 150 UAL 32 07 12
90 UAPHkig 3875 +02
12 U Id -

UTSt 2 87
Ulta in 1580 -
Ultralife ul8.92-3.77
76 Umpqua 12 99 45
1 161 UBWV ..7 22 45
36 CBksGn -

I .80 UtdOnln 1069 -03
100 81

11 UnivFo 26 60 65
UrbanOut 25 25 -1.39

VCAAnt 4019 -78
ValVis A 4 96 10
ValueCilck 1977 -51
VandaPhm d576 +02

'san s -1
Veecolnst 1272 -AS
VentanaM 8790 +302
Vensign 34 67 92

gr at d 60 4

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Vivus 5.61 +30
Volta ago .15
Wam a 3113 -115
W rotchil E 1

20 WarnerEnt 1612 40
WatMar d670 -31

116 I IH 2 -45
80! Wholord 37 so 4 1 23
Windhi 822 -23
\Vinn Dale 1710 -De
WnghlM 28 58 e.04
6.000 Wynn 102.54 -6.45
XMSat 003 4.33
XOMA 287 -lo
48 Xilinx din:' 62
YRCWwdo 1387 -50
Yahoo__2336 3
ZebraT d31.76 -24
1 72 ZenBcp 43 98 + 25
... Zix Corp 3AS 15
Zollek 38 69 -1 21

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ZymoGen 11 99


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STOCKS


Cmm'(lS COUNTY Qg CHRIONICL.E


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Name Div Yid PE Last
AT&T Inc 1.60 4.2 20 38.20
BkofAm 2.56 6.6 9 38.50
CapCtyBk 74 2.8 16 26.60
Citigrp 2 16 7.6 8 28.56

k
ExxonMb| 1.40 1.6 13 90.30
rp 1.64 2 3 21 7

GenElec l.24 3.5 16 35.17
GnMotr 1.00 4.3 ... 23.50
HomeDp .90 3.6 10 24.71
intel 51 2.3 21 21
.99
IBM 1.60 1.6 14 97.67
Lowes .32 1.6 10 20.31
McDnlds 1.50 2.8 28 54.32
M ft .44 1.
icroso 3 22 33.91


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

Waigm .38


-.57 -6.7
-.05 -3.0
-2.20 +2.5
-.95 -2.7
+.57 -4.0
-.68 +.4
-.82 -11.5


Div: Current annual dividend rate paid on stock, based on latest
quarterly or semiannual declaration, unless otherwise footnoted.
Name: Stocks appear alphabetically by the company's full name
(not its abbreviation). Names consisting of initials appear at the
beginningofeachletter'slist.
Last: Price stock was trading at when exchange closed for the day
Chg: Loss or gain for the day. No change indicated by ...


Advanced
Declined
Unchanged
Total issues
New Highs
New Lows
Volume


1,160
2,028
72
3,260
31
153
4,301,482,508


Advanced
Declined
Unchanged
Total issues
New Highs
New Lows
Volume


501
981
90
1,572
32
89
1,131,071,218


DIv Name Last Chg

20e ABBLtd 2547 -.71
108 ACELtd 60.18-1.47
AES Corp 21.11 -.59
82 AFLAC 65.28 -.01
AGCO 63.80 -.91
164 AGLRes 38.39 +.31
AKSted 37.57 -1.20
AMR 12.79 -.62
2.308 ASALtd u82.81 +.29
1.9f AT&TInc 38.20 -1.20
.06r AUOptron 17.58 -.48
1,42e AXA 38.45 -.15
1.30 AbtLab 60.50 +72
.70 AberFitc 70.86-2.51
.421 Accenture d32.79 -.82
1.03eAdamsEx 13.05 -.22
24 AdvAuto 3205 -1.57
AdvMOpt 21.83 +.73
AMD 6.25 +29
.83e Aegon 16.82 -05
... Aeropstls 24.49 -1Ji3
.04 Aetna 58.41 -.78
AllCmpSv 42.44+1.01
Agilent 36.00 -.97
.181 Agnicog 61.17 -.47
.11 Agnumg 69.08 +.74
1.52 ArProd 90.38 -1.67
ArTran 6.99 -30
.22e AcateiLuc 6.66 -.05
68 Alcoa 31.73 +29
.15e AligEngy 62.62 -.82
.721MigTch 77.32 -.78
20 Alergan s 67.65 +22
1.64 Allete 38.15 -11
AlliData 68.25 -4.25
1.02a AliBGibHi 13 29 +.25
.Ua Aill81nco 8 28 -.02
4.75e AlliBern d69.70 -7.31
.NdWaste d9.94 -.13
1.52 Alstate 51.49 -.31
.. Alpharma 18.83 -1.03
3.00 ANnas u79.02 +20
.87e AlumChina46.51-2.65
.84 AmbacF 21.73+2.32
Amdoes 33.04 -.32
2.54 Ameren 51.86 -.59
2.22e AMosalL 5931 -1.47
.60 AmA)de 16.77 -23
.40 AEagleOut17.70-1.27
1.64f AEP 47.96 27
.76f AmExp d44.00 -4.92
.76 AFndRT 7.96 -.07
.80 AmintGolf 5768 -.13
.90a AmSIP3 11.05+.06
AmTower 39.03 30
Ameriedt 11.99 +1.17
2.44a Amengas 3644 -.11
.60 Amenpnse 53.58 -41
.30f AmeriBrg 47.31 +.60
.06 Amphenals3912-1.58
.36 Anadarko 62.20 84
.72 AnalogDev d26.52 -1 14
.52e Angk)gkiA u49.59 83
1.32 Anheusr 52.30-1.31
AnnTa/r dl9.46 -49
1.04e Annary 18 51 +.04
1.20 AnthCap 6.13 -.44
.60 AonCorp 45.17 -.34
60 Apache 104.92-1.12
2.40aAptiny 33.28 +.37
.50 AquaAm 20 55 -.48
Aquila 366 -.11
2.45e Aractuz 69 24 -4.45
1.30 Arcek>rMit 6707 -1.38
.28 ArchCoal 3917 -.44


46 ArchDan 4364 -94 .84 CdnNRyg 43.59 -1.36 : DeltaAlrn 15.48 --50
ArrowEl d3136 -26 11 CapOne 42.59 -.33 .98e DeutTel 22.49 -45
84 AshfordHT 593 -15 240 CapitlSrce 18.35 -66 2.64 DevDY 36.28-103
110 Ashland 4503 -46 126 CapMpfB 12.82 -08 .56 DevonE 87.17-148
68 AsdEstat 849 +19 .48 CardntHith 61.26 +57 2.61eDiageo 79.99-326
.48 Assurant 66 75 + 13 ... CarMax s dl8.19 -.97 50a DiaOffs 124 51 -2 35
.16 AssuredG 2284 -66 1601 Camwd 39.56 -.90 205e DianaShip 25.01 +10
1.04 AstorlaF 2259 +68 1.44 Caterpillar 66.01-1.40 ... OlcksSptg26.11-160
1.75e AstraZen 4540 +.44 .16 Celanese 37.98 -.77 .16 Dillards 16.11 -56
1.30( ATMOS 2785 -.17 Celesticg d5.27 -.17 .24 Discovern 13.73 -53
AutoNatn 1298 -39 .75e Cemex 25.29 -.06 .35( Disney 30.32 -35
1.16f AutoData 4108 -.75 1.231 Cemigpfs 19.19 --44 1.58? DomRess 4729 -45
3.40 AvdonBay 87.86 +1.00 .68 CenterPnt 16.82 -,15 Domtargif 743 +04
.. Aventine 10.80-1.17 .16 Centex 20.47 -.24 .80 Dover 37.76-172
AvisBudget 10.65 +.17 .26 CntryTel 35.96 --64 1.68 DowChm 36.24 -66
.74 Avon 38.47 -,69 ... ChmpE 812 +.02 164f DuPont 44.66 -62
1.84 BB&TCp 28.16 +.55 ... Checkpot 23.16-1.16 88 DukeEngy 2018 -26
.94e BHPBillLt 67.69 -274 .20 Chemtura 7.05 -.09 192 DukeRI(y 2201 -05
20 RJSvcs 22.91 +.30 .27 ChesEng 39.52 +.23 Dyneov 760 +35
... BJsWhls 26.91 -.73 2.32 Chevron 90.67 -1.23 ... EMCCD 1600 -62
BMCSft 32.64 -.76 ... Chicos 7.05 -.53 36 EOGRes 88.93 -.09
2.54e BP PLC 70.15 -1.32 .27e ChinaLife 73 21 -3.54 1 76 EastChm 62.14 87
2.48 BRT 1447 +.57 112e ChinaMble 85.07 -3.87 50 EKodak 19.26 -27
.52 BakrHu 7931 +.46 .23e ChinaUni 23.64 +.67 1.72 Eaton 86.04 -2.14
40 80tCp 4387+.22 1.16 Chubb 53.16 -.63 .60 EatnVan 38.13 -.38
.96e BcfhlVArg 2260 -.31 CinclBell 4.05 -17 .52( Ecolab 49.21-1.74
.78i BcBradess3008 -.51 .16 CircCity 4.18 +.29 1.221 Edisonint 54.61 +.15
.47e Bncoltaus 2469 -.99 2.16 Citiare 28.58 +.45 .16 ElPasoCp 17.95 +.08
.75e BcoSantand2023 +.01 1.00 CitzComm 1128 -.17 ... Elan 24.76 +.11
256 BkofAm d38.50 -80 .75 ClearChan 34.47 -53 .20 EDS 1817 -22
96 BkNYMel 48.50 -1.03 1.60 Clorox 61.57 -1.29 2.75f Embarq 47.25 -193
2.57e Barday 3664 -.01 ... Coach 26.85-2.02 1.20f EmersonEl 51.39-1.55
.60 BamesNobd27.76 -.15 .24 CocaCE 26.65 -.18 1.28 EmpDist 22.63 -.41
.30 BarrickG u51.20 +1.65 136 CocaCI 63.77 -1.79 3.80f EnbrEPtrs 5110 -.18
.87f Baxter 63.71 +.66 Coeur 4.85 ... 80 EnCana 67.20 -.73
2 16 BaytexE g 18.60 20 1.44 ColgPM 79.41 -1.49 .. EnPro d25 69 -.90
1.28 BearSt 79.90+2.47 ... Colletv8td 15.10 -.75 .10 ENSCO 5461 -.91
BeanngPt 2.07 -.22 75 Col8gp 11 46 +.31 3.00 Entergy 124 39 +.08
.40 BeazrHm if 5.88 +.29 2 56 Comerca 42.38 +.46 .16 Equffax 632.43 58
1.14f BectDck u91.21 +1.69 .52 Cmc8NJ 37.13 -.16 1 93f EqtyRsd 33.64 -50
.84 Bemis 24.73 -.64 .48f CmdMtis 2716 -.91 .55f EsteeLdr 38.76 -3.06
.20 Berkley 3001 -.03 CmtyHIt 35.94 +.69 .80 ExcelM 2954-111
.52 BestBuy 44.20-2.37 34e CVRDs 3200 -.56 ExcoRes 1574 +55
Big Lots 12.62 -.55 34e CVRD pl s 27.57 -1.01 200? Exelon 84 08 -1.11
1.40? 81kHillsCp 4180 -.60 CornpSdIf41.13 -.32 1.40 ExxonMM 9030-136
.24 BikFLO8 14.61 -02 .40 Con-Way 3901 -.92 ... FMCTchs5993-1.73
... Blackstnn 20,06 +22 .76 ConAgra 23.68 -24 164 FPLGrp 71.26 -.75
.57 BlockHR 1808 +.17 1.64 ConocPhi 8304 -86 .46 FamlyDir 15.90 -.24
... Blockbstr 3.43 -.16 40f ConsoiEngy 65 27 24 2.00a FannieMae 36.74 +1.89
.58e BlueChp 5.17 -.14 232 ConEd 4692 +30 40 FedExCp 84.04 -98
1.60f Boeing 80.52-184 ConstellA 21.69 -17 24 FedSynI 984 -.16
.44 Borders d9.21 -.97 1.74 ConstellEn10378-206 .84 Fedlnvst u4326 +9
.44f BorgWarn s 42.25 -2.41 Cikr B 22.11 -1 14 2.00 Ferrelkjs 21 50 -.15
... BostBeer 36.03 71 Cnvrgys 14.97 14 58 Ferro 18 91 38
2.72a BostProp 89 30 +2.31 .84 Cooper s 46.29 -2.44 1.20 RdlNF1n 13.47 03
BostonScl 1174 +.04 .42 CooperTIre l4.80 +.80 .20 FkiNInfo d3121 -.55
1.24f BrMVSo 2648 -45 .20 Coming 22.59 -.35 88 FstAmCp 2926 +56
56 BrkfldPr s 18 22 -.14 1.75 Cntwd pfB 18.20 +1.12 1.82e FstFinFd 10 72 -.08
.28f BrwnBrn d22 25 -.75 .60 CntwdFn 6.33 -1.42 1 80 FstHortzon 17.48 + 23
.60b Brunswock 15.50 -.34 CoventryH 61.70 +79 .48m FstMarblhd 14.51 +.92
.25 BurgerKing23.13-1.68 .16p Coydienn 44.92 +25 1.60a FtTrEnEq 1590 -.14
1.28 BuriNSF 78.11 -1.95 CrwnCste 3737 -93 220f FirstEngy 76.87 -97
.16 CAlnc. d22.48 -.50 .. Cryolife 7.90-1.43 80 Ruor 143.79-1.97
CB REllis 17 91 +40 .50 Cummins s 49.56 -3.12 FordM 6.06 19
1.00 CBS 8 24 10 49 CypSem 29.83 -.47 ForestLab 37.68 24
.08 CF Inds 112.60 +1.92 90 Fortress n 13.55 24
2.16 CHEngy d3987 -38 1.68 FortuneBr 68.00 -.25
.04 ClGNAs 55.05-1.25 .64 DCTindl 8.85 -01 .80f FrankRes 10200-396
1.00 CIT Gp 24.52 +2.00 .78 DNP Selet 10 69 + 07 1.00m FredMac 29.46 +1.58
.20 CMSEng 16.91 -.11 1.04 DPL 29.97 -21 1.751 FMCG 94.12-221
.56 CSSinds 32.01 -.80 .60 DRHorton 11.05 -09 FremontGn 3.51 -.04
.60 CSX 42.48 -.98 2.12 DTE 44.30 -21 FnedBR 330 -13
.24 CVSCare 36.77 -86 200eDamler 8486 -74 .20 FronberQI 3516 -36.
.12 CabotO s 41.94 -.12 .12 Danaher 79.71 -2 87
.28 CallGolf 15.11 -.40 .72 Darden 22.19-1.26
.20 Cameco gs 38.62 -.91 .121 DeVry 55.42 -1 16 96 GATX d3205 T/
... Cameron s 48 73 -1 42 15.00e DeanFds s 24 97 37 80a GabelllET 8 88 -08
.88 CampSp d33.75 -62 100 Deeres 8926 -98 GabHIthW 696 +10


72 GabUtil 902 -05
GameStops5212 -.15
160 Gannett 3354 -01
32 Gap 1720 -.77,
Genentch 7150 +62
1 16 GenDynam 88 56 -2 27
124f GenElec 3517 -75
200 GnGrthPrp 3443 +90
156 GenMlls 56.15-119
100 GnMotr 23.50 -18
40 Genworth 2418 -.21
32 GaGulf 4.87 +77 |
150 GaPw8-44 26.52 +.53
.68e Gerdau 2929 -.13
... Giantlntn 12.61 -13
2.06eGlaxoSKln 53.14-103
.26e GoldFLtd 17.40 -21
.18 Goldcipg 38.06 +20
1.40 GoldmanS198.74+1.83
... Goodman 2474 +.54
90? Goodnch 6362-1.18
Goodyear 24 28 69
1.40 Graingr 7687 -3.07
GrantPrde 5391 -.89
166 GtPlanEn 28.50 -.04
... Gnion 11.08 -.31
.66e GpTelevisa2262 -.61
52e GuangRy 3590 -35
.32 Guesss 35.23-2.80
178 HCPlnc 3126 +.04
84 HRPTPrp 749 +01
435e HSBC d7957-122
36 Hdlibitn 3592 -27
.92e HardS 1346 -03
58a HanPtDv2 1011 -04
Hanesbrds 23 60 84
.401 Hanoverlns4348 -16
1 20 HarleyD d39 84 -1 77
HarmonyG 12 65 + 29
1.60 HarrahE 88 35 59
60 HamsCorp 51 13 +1 31
212f HarddFn 83.67 -.76
.64 Hasbro 2234 -95
1 24 HawallEl 22 24 + 15
264 HilCrREiT 4416 +18
1000eHRMgts d526 -20
154 HitherRity 2410 -32
... HeciaM 10.36 +.50
1 52 Henz 48 40 58
37e HdlnTM 1783 -54
.80 Herbalife 41.95+2.42
119 Hershey d3746 -48
40 Hess 91.74 94
32 HeldertP 45 00 34
1 70 HghwdPrp 28 09 11 1
48 Hdif'p 4378 -104
90 HomeDo 2471 -57
1.10f Honwillnti 56 80 -1 02 2
3 08 HospPT 31 01 + 04 1
80a HostHois 1668 -28
.. HovnanE 590 +20
Humana 8428 -79
40 Huntsmn 2432 +07
06m RMGki g 972
50e ICICI Bk u?2 14 74
IHS Inc 60 00 +2 18
348f IStar 23.90 -40
56 ITTCorp 5915-187
1 20 Idacorp 34 26 08
137 Idearc 1530 +71
.16 IkonOffSol 1005+04
112 ilW 4792-112
.64 Imation 22.93+4.98 3
1.00m Indymac 523 -.55
Inineon d999 -43
72 IngerRd 40 49 + 05
IngrmM 17 25 08
264 integrysE 5208 -52


IntentiEx 17312 -36
1.60 IBM 9767-2.25
.. intlCoal 601 +12
.56 intlGame 4118-120
100 IntPap 3102 +.17
Interpublic 7 40 -.04
37e Invesco 2742 -,42
IronMin 3377 -.48
(vanhMg 1064 -11

JCrew 4193 -104
15 1''.* :
.28 1.*.1 a -'-
JacobsEs 8871 -182
04 JanusCap 2820-116
50 Jeffenes 18.34 +.11
166_4088 -.03
52( JohnsnCtis3316 -82
56 JonesApp 1333 -50
100 KBHome 17.81 -.05
KBA inc 34.62 -1.49
.60 Kaydon 4406 -.16
1.24 Kelk)gg 5089 -1.51
64 Kelbvood 16.15 -.32
1501Keycorp 23.23 +18
212 KmbCik 66.77-163
1.60 amco 3258 -50
3.52( KindME 55.63 -05
.. KingPhrm 11.17 -.20
.. Kinrossg u2303 +38
... Kohis 38.33-2.00
108 Kraft 3193 -77
KnspKrm 279 -15
30 Kroger 2645 -65
1 00 L-3 Com 105 58 -1 23
LDKSoln 4350-149
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1 56 LTC Prp 23 51 66
48 LaZBov 721 -14
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1 001 .-- -, ** 16 10 37 2
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58f MFA Mtg 9 03 22
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.76 MarshM 26.39 -.21
1.24 Marshilsn 25.32 +.18
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.92 Masco 19.65 -.42
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.60 MasterCrdl79.17-16.82
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72 McClatchy 11.37 -08
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1.50f McDnlds 54.32-3.85
.82 McGrwH 42.71 +.22
.24 McKesson 6780 +43
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.92 MeadWyco 28,07 -46
MedcoHith10192-322
50 Medtrnic 50.08 -73
.24 MensW 1752 -32
1.52 Merck 60.55 +08
1.40 MerriliLyn 54.69 +2.66
741 MetUfe 59.56 -48
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2461 MdAApt 41.88 +.39
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64 MolCoor8s49.70-1.48
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98e NatGnd 81 89 -3 11
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24 NalSemi dl980 -34
184 NatwHP 3224 -08
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80 Olin 17.59 -30
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21 PMIGrp 914 +25
252 PNC 62.52 -02
92 PNMRes dl937 -.13
208 PPG d6320-1.91
122 PPLCorp 5407 -.35
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270 Pengrthg 1744 -.15
172? PennVaRs 2681 -.12
408 PennWsig 25.73 +.02
.80 Penney 37.86 +.31
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56 hepstBott 4064 -.98
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1 36 Polans d39 00 -1.19
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120 Praxall 8630 -72
12 PrecCastpt 123 53 -3 11
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140 ProctGam 7018-2.30
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1 84 ProLogis 57.77 +1 03
28 ProsStHiln 267 -02
144 ProvETg 990 .
1 15f Prudend 91 36 + 20
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200 PubStrg 7186 +13
100 PugetEngv 2725 -01
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49 PIGM 9 87 01
36 PPriT 6 38 +05
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49 Ouestars 5606 +.03
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08 RadianGrp 8.89 + 14
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2.00 Rayonier 41.95-1.05
102 Raytheon 6081 -60
1.64 RItylnco 2309 +05
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1.521 RegionsFn 20.47 +41
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1.25e Repsol 35.12 --76
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3.40 ReynldAm 6856 -1.80
RiteAid 2.22 +.03
I .40 RobtHalf 23.70 -.01
1.16 RocktAut 59.18-1.97
1.48 RoHaas 49.89
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100 SLMCD 2018 +.41
100 SPXCp 9489+109
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28 Safeway 3354 -.60
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2 42e SJuanB 36 74 + 64
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124 SempraEn 6257 +79
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1.26 Sherwin 5549-123
32 SerrPac 16.49 -05
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3 36 SimonProp 82.03 + 29
72 SmithAO 31.98 -.70
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60 Sothebys 3280-165
1 08f Saleriod 37.22 86
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10 SonntNex 12 25 57
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252 SunCmts 1830 -.05
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NthgtMg 303 -02
NovaGki g 11 02 13
11 82e OilSvHT 179.75 -2 26
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223e PhmRTr 8266 +19
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197e VangEmg 10320-250
236e VangEur 7124-132
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.24 Acxiom 610.01 -31
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Adok>rCp 4.05 -.18
.36 Adtran 19.25 -.69
.. AdvATech 8.13 -.75
AdvEnld 10.82 -.41
.71 AdvantaAs 6.33 -.44
.85 AdvantaBs7.18 -.52
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.12 Agilysys 14.57 -.39
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.60 Adila 14 61 54
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A pat 1 -
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ArthroCr 48 32 -1.02
.. ArubaNetndl2.33-1.41
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1.24 AssedBanc 24.07 +.06
AtheroGnit .43 -.01
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Audvox 9 98 -36
Autodesk 4318 -148
adnT 1 24 1
AvoctCp 15 64 14


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AxcanPh 22.80 -.14
Axcells 4.14 -.24
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BEA Syst 14.83 -.23
BidrsEmg 53.35-1.50
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BioFormn d6.04 +.03
Biogenldc 5902 -.16
BloMarin 39.35 -.54
Blopurersh .54 ...
BioScrip 8.30 +.15
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BlueNile 57.11-5.71
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BonTon 4.87 -36
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Cadence dl4 96 39
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Cheesecakel9.94 +.47
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1.16 Citz~ep 1268 -25
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EntropC n d6.00 -.35
EnvirPwr 4.97 +13
EpicorSft 1187 +.04
Equinix 86 78 -1.15
EricsnTI 2301 +.41
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Exar 709 14
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FLiRSyss 30.12 -.85
FalconStor 8.79 -.44
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FstNiagara 1104 -14
FstSolar 221 00 -4 97
FstMent 1879 -.52

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HainCelli 2839 -59
HansenNat 43.13 -206
Harmonic 9 22 30
HithCSy s 22 10 26
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HrilndEx 13.62 -.26
HeidrkStr d29.66 -2.21
HSchein 6094 -59
HercOffsh 2401 -26
HIbbett 15.79-1.24
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HokuScI 10.77 65
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1.06 HuntBnk 1248 -17
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80 IPCHold 26 79 68
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15.30e InfoSpcos 913 +.15
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142 MGE 3497 -59
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60 MTS 38.33 -2.51
Macrysn 1713 -.26
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MenIGr 902 -22
MercadoLn6260-146
44 MendBs u3428-106
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124f Microchp 28.32 -68
MicrosSys 6282 +07
MicroSeml 2146 +06
44 Microsoft 3391 -42
MicroStr 72 82 -3 29
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PacSunwr 610 68 -1.21
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PaneraBrd 3364 +45
ParamTch 16 13 + 08
Patterson 33.47 +13
48 PattUTI 1940 +43
20 Paychex 3378 -09
PnnNGm 52.32-105
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53 PeopUIdF 16.69 -20
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Gr&Inc 16.20 -.21 -6.3
IncStk 14.27 -.14 -5.3
Inco 12.28 +.05 +1.7
intl 26.47 -.54 -4.2
NYBd 11.79 +.03 +1.7
PrecMM 36.40 +.25+12.8
SciTech 12.08 -.17 -8.1
ShtTBad 8.99 +.01 +0.9
SmCpStk 12.14 -.28 -9.2
TxElt 13.05 +.03 +1.6
TxELT1358+.04+1.6
TxESh 10 62 +.01 +0.8
VA Bd 11 33 +.03 +1.6
W1dGr 1953 -.41 -5.7
VALIC:
MdCpldx 2146 -.30 -8.3
SIkIdx 34.38 -.47 -5.6
Value Line Fd:
trgCo n 20.67 35 -5.1
Van Kamp Funds A:
CATFAp 1798 +03 +1.6
CmstAp 1698 -14 -5.4
CpBdAp 659 +03 +1.0
EqlncA p 8 75 05 -2.3
Exch 48372-466 -4.3
GrinAp 2085 -.23 -3.7
HarbAp 1592 -.10 -2.2
HiYIdA 10 21 +.02 -1.2
HYMuAp1057 +.01 +1.1
InTFA p 17 66 +.04 +1.5
MunlAp 1422 +.03 +1.6
PATFA p 16 74 +.04 +1,2
StrGrwth 4639-1.28 -7.1
StrMunincl2.58 +.01 +1.1
USMtgeA13.38 +.04 +1.3
UtilA p 25.48 -.23 -0.9
VanKampFundsB:
EnterpBt id24 -21 -7.7
EqlncB t 8.59 05 -2.4
HYMuBt 10.57 +01 +1.0
MulB 14.20 +04 +1.5
PATFBt 16.68 +03 +1.2
StrGwth 38.94 -1 08 -72
StrMunIncl2.57 +01 +1.0
USMtge 1332 +04 +1.2
UtilB 2536 -23 -0.9
Vanguard Admiral:
CAITAdmnil.07+.02 +1.7
Cp0pAdIn79.15-1.82 -8.7
Energynl49.40-2.38 -1.8
EuroAdmi n89.16-1.54 -7.5
ExpiAdml n61.14-1.09 -8.4
ExidAdmn36.99 -.59 -8.1
500Adminl2904-1.77-5.6
GNMA Ad 010 48+.04 +1.8
GroincAd n50 08 66 -5.6
HIIhCr n 60.61 08 +1.3
HiYidCpn 5.81 ... -1.3
infProAd n24.84 + 19 +2.5
ITssyAdmin11.49+05 +2.1
IntGrAdm n7520-1.43 -7.4
ITAdml n 13 44 +.02 +1.8
ITGrAdmn991 +.04 +1.8
LtdTrAdn1087 +.01 +1.0
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MuHYAdmn10.7D .01+1.6 I
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TilBAdml 01027 + 05 +1 9
TSIkAdm n33.56 48 -6 1
WellslAdm n52 68- 10 -0 6
WelhnAdm n55.61- 39 -2 0
WindsornSO.86 -53 -62 i
WdsdtAd n53.46 60 -5 6
Vanguard Fds:
AsselAn 2867 -37 -54
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Convict n 13 52 07 -2 1
AdGEnergynn -3
Eqlncn 2364 -29 -46
Expir n 65 68 -1 17 -8 4
FLLT n 11 60 + 02 +1 7
GNMAn 1048 +04 +18
GlobEq n 22 49 34 -7 3
Groinc n 30 67 40 -5 6
GrthEqn 1276 -23 -59
HYCorp n 5 81 ... -1 3
HECreal43.61 +
IndExpirn1734 -35 -88
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ITTsry n 11 49 + OS 42.1
LifeCona l684 -08 -2.1
LifeGron 2404 -30 -6.3
Lifeloc n 14 16 02 -0.5
LifeModn2060 -17 -3.7
LTIGraden909 +05 +1.7
LTTstyn 1166 +08 +2.4
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STFed n 10.64 +.03 +1.4
STTsryn 10.72 +.03 +1.4
StratEq n 18.89 34 -8.6
TgtRe2025nl3.23-.14-4.6
TgtRe2015 n12.71-.10 -3.4
TgtRe2035nl4.00-.18-5.5
USGro n 18.84 -.33 4.0
USValue nl2.15 -.14 -5.0
Welislyn 21.74 -.05 -0.6
Welltnn 32.20 -97 -94
Wndsrn 15.07 -. -u.e.
Wndsfl n 30.12 -.34 -5.6
VanguardidxFds:
500nl29.04-176-5.6
Balanced n21.45 15 -2.9
DevMkt n 12.99 23 -7.8
EMkin 32.40 -54 4.5
Europe n 37.95 66 -7 5 1
Extend n 36.97 60 -8 1
Growth 31.29 -55 -65
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SmlCpGth018.41-38 -85
SmlCpVlnl4.26 -26 -94
STBnd n 10.23 +03 +1 4
TotBndn 10.27 +05 +19
TotilntIn 19.12 -34 -71
TotStk n 33.56 48 -6 1
Value 25.02 -25 -50
Vanguard insti Fds:
Ballnstn 21.45 -.15 -30
DvMktinstnl2.88-.23 -77
Euroinstn37.99 -.66 -75
Extln n 37.00 -,59 -8 1
Grwthistn31.29 -.55 -65
InstIdxnl28.08-1.75 -56
InsPIn 128.08-1.76-56
To11Bdidx n51.72 +.21 +1 8
InsTStPlus n30.27-.43 -6 1
MidCpist nl9.29 26 -7 8
PacInsin 12.29 -24 -8.2
SCInstn 30.01 -.58 -8.9
TBistn 10.27 +.05 +1.9
TSinsin 33.57 -.48 -4.1
Valuelsi n25.03 -.24 -5.0
Vanguard SIgnal:
500Sgin106.S9-1.46 -5.6
TotBdSgIn10.27 +.05 +1.9
TotStkSgIn32.39-.47 -81
VantagepointFds:
Growth 9.88 -.14 -6.8
Victory Funds:
DvsSIA 17.06 -.25 -5.2
WM Blair Mtl Fds:
IntiGthir 27.79 -.59 -8.6
Waddell & Reed Adv:
AssetSp 12.83 +.04 +1.6


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SmCpGr 3267 -.56 -8.6
Wells Fargo Adv:
CmStkZ 17.15 -.25 -6.8
Opplyiny 34.23 -.48 -6.9
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CorePlus10.27+.04+1.6
Core 11.03 +.11 +1.6
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FLMBt 1074 +01 +1.3
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ENetlM 26 C+01 +1.6
GovtCp 734 +02 +1.5
NatiMCt 1126 +01 +1.6
EAstAII 1A:73 -10 4.6
E IC 10:30 -10 -2.5
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1 I 99 +01 +1.0

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HiYieldp 428 +01 -3.2
F F ndS318 -63 -6.8

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Federated A:
MidGrSIA3671 -74 -73
KaufmAp 598 -07 -48
MuSocA 1044 +03+16
Federated Insy
KaulmnK 5.98 -07 -4 8
FidelityAdvFocT:
EnergyT 52.12 -.79 -19
HitCarT 22.46 -.06 40 6
Fidelity Advisor A:
DivIntlA r 20.75 -.44 -7 9
Nwinsghp20.60-.33-5.3
Rdelity Advisor 1:
Divintl n 21.10 -.44 -7.9
EqGrin 64.26 1.40 -7.7
Eqlden 27.93 -.69 -6.1
latBdin 10.78 +.03 +1.4
Fidelity AdvisorT:
BalancT 15.69 -.13 -4.3
DivintT p 20.54 -.43 -7.9
DivGrTpell.89 -.24 -5.4
DynCATp18.30 -.30 -9.0
EqGrTp 6040-1.31 -7.8
EqinTe 2753 -.69 -6.2
GrOppT 3&69 -.99 -92
HiinAdTp 980 -.02 -3.6
InlBdT 10.T/ +04 +1.4
MidCpTpe21.54-61-10.0
MulncT p 12.84 + 01 +1.6
OviseaT 22.76 -.42 -7.7
STFR 929 +.02 +49
RdolityFreedom:
FF2010 n 14.47 -,09 -2.8
FF2015nl2.12 -.09 -3.3
FF2020n15.25 -.15 -4.3
FF2025nl2.68 -.13 -4.6
FF2030 n 15.78 -.20 -54
FF2035nl3.05 -.18 -5.6
FF2040n 9.27 -.12 -5.7
Income n 11.38 -.01 -0.6
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AggrGrrn21.68 -.35 -4.5
AMgr50n15.il -.10 -3.0
AMgr70 n 1&83 -.18 -4.7
AMgr20ml2.39 -.01 -4.5
Balanon 1890 -.15 -4.1
BlueChGrn41.82-.78 -57
CAMunal2.32 +.02 +1.8
Canadan58.81 -.90 -1.5
CapApn 25.22 -.42 -8.9
CapDevOnitS3-.17 40
Cpinc rn 8.46 -.02 -2 6
ChinaRg n30.17 -.70 -4 1
CngSn 485.52-5.58 -4.0
Chin11.44 +.01 +1.7
Contra n 6941 -1.18 -5.5
CnvSc e n26.92 25 -4.1
DisEq n 28 02 -.48 -6.4
Divlntin 37.88 -.68 -72
DivSIkO n id63 -.22 -7.4
DivG1hn 28.23 -.32 -5.4
EmrMk n 33.15 -.45 -8.2
Eq Inc n 52.19 -.66 -6.7
EQIlen 21.64 -.44 4.0
ECapAp 2525 -.52 -72
Europe 4007 -91 -72
Exch n 334.54 -&41 -8.1
Exportn 2404 -43 -6.3
Fidel n 38 32 -54 4.1
Filtyrn 1965 -48-11.0
Frin0nen2927 -35 -52
GNMAn 1105 +04 +1.8
Govinc 1049 +04 +2.0
GroCo e n79 36 -1 09 -4.7
GroInc n 25 00 -32 -6.7
Hightnc rn 8 47 ... -1.4
Indepn e n26 43 78 -3.3
IntBdn 1024 +03 +1.4
IntGov n 40 40 + 04 +1.8
IntlDisc n 40.8B 83 -7.3
IntlSCprn2203 -40 -7.9

JpnSm n 10 39 26-11 3
L rn 76 -. -
LevCoStkn29.93-37 -80
LowP rn 38.77 -.59 -70
Magelln n 87.96 -1.58 -6 6
MDMurn10.91 +01 +1.5
MA Mun nil.92 +01 +1.6
MegaCpSIk al l.09-.18-5.9
MIMunn 11.92 +01 +1.7
MidCap n 26 98 61 -8.5
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Muniincn1273 +02 +1.6
NJ unrn11.64 +01 +d7
NwMillen2788 -52 4.4
NY Mun a l2.87 +02 +1.9
OTCn 4&15 -99 -7.9
OhMunn11.67 +01 +1.8
1001ndex 10.15 14 -5.4
Ovrsean 45.77 -80 -7.4
P&n 29.26 -44 -3.8
PAMunrn10.86 +01 +1.5
Puriln n 18.41 15 -3.8
RealEn 24.10 -04-12.3
SintMu n 10 40 .. +1.0






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Trend n 66 47 -1 45 -5.9
USBI n 10 99 +04 +1 6
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Value 6945 -96 -92
Wrldwn 2016 -36 -6.8
Rdel Selects.
Airn 38.90 -90-12.0
Banking n22.86 + 03 -8.3
Biotchn 68.78 +04 -2.0
Brokr n 61.61 21 -9.5
Chemn 79.92 -89 4.1
ComEquip n19.80-72-12.6
Comp n 42.21 -.99-13.6
ConDisn 19.30 -.58-11.3
ConSlapn64.94-1.88 -3.7
CstHon 30.37 -.41-11.8
DfAern 83.16 -1.17 -8.0
Electrn39.07-1.03-16.0
Enigyn63.48-.95-1.8
EngSv n 97.36 -2.00 -3.0
Envir n 18.31 -26 -52
FinSyn 9076 -.53 -7.1
Gold rn 45 02 +.18+12.5
Heallh n 128 09 -.35 40.6
HornFn 2662 -.07 -5.6
Insure 6093 -.21 -4.1



Mullmdn35.21 -.31 -7.3
NIGasn 46.79 -.31 -1.4
Papern 28.53 -.74-10.0
Pharm n 12.03 -.01 +1.1
Retailn 36.23-1.66-14.3
Softwrn 73.57-2.16 -8.2
Tech n 71.66 -1.94-12 8
Telcmn 47.56-1.18-114
Transn 42.23 -.91-11.3
UtilGrn 64.87 -.38 -02
Wireless 7.81 -.20-10.5
FidelitySpartan:
Eqldxiny n49.56 -.67 -5.6
5001nxinvrn96.74-1.32-5.6
IntlInxinvn45.25 -.82 -7.8
TolMktinvn38.82-.55-6.1
Fidelity Spart Adv:
EqidxAd n49.56 -.67 -5.6
500Ad rn 96.74 -1.32 -5.6
TotMktAdrn38.82-.55-6.1
First Eagle:
GiblA 43.66 -.43 -4.1
OverseasA22.66-.16 -4.2


First Investors A
BIChpAp23.47 -.36 -55
GloblAp 7.35 -.08 -66
GovIAp 10.94 +.04 +17
GroinAp 14.75 -24 -80
IncoAp 282 +01 -1.8
MATFAp1169 +01 +1.5
MITFAp 1222 +01 +1.8
MidCpAp2581 -41 -8.1
NJTFAp 1278 +01 +1.6
NYTFAp1438 +02 +1.8
PATFAp 1286 +01 +1.6
SpSilAp 2157 -39 -6.9

ValueBp 730 -.12 -6.6
Firsthand Funds:
GibTech 4.81 -.07 -9.1
TechVal 39.72 -.90-11.3
rank/Temp Frnk A:
AdjUSp8.88 ...40.4
ALTFAp11.46 ...+1.2
AZTFA p 11.01 ... +1.7
Balls p 53.99 -.58 -7.9
CallnsA p 12.66 +.01 +1.4
CA IntA p 11.58 +.01 +1.5


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BMV 92b- -&7
ChastAp 1586 -21 -53
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AIM vestments B:
CapDvBtli01 -.28 -80
A m 40 Al
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AdvanceCapital1:
Balancp 1721 -.16 -3.7
RetacF 4 +.02 +0.6

AS 26 -.14 -82
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AllianceBern Adv:
InlValAdv21.60 -23 -82
LgCpGrAd23.10 -39 -59
1 +05 406
GbTchBt61.82-165-11.2
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AllianceBem C:
SCpGIC t 22.94 50-11 0
AllianzFundsA:
NFJDvVitl5.84 -.18 -69
AllianzFundsC.
GrowthC t 24.00 -.37 -4 9
Targe(C ( 18.74 -.40 -7 8
AmerBeaconPlan:
LgCpPin 21.40 -.25 -58
Amer Century Adv:
EqGroA p 23.01 -.37 -5 4
Amer Century Iny:
Balancednid60-.11-23
Eqine n 7.55 -.09 -4.5
Growthl n 24.98 -.48 -5.3
Heritagain2048 -.36 -58
IncGron 27.47 -.40 -6.0
IntDiscrn13.43 -.25 -8.2
IntlGroin 13.05 -.26 -8.0
LifeSci n 6.09 -.01 +2.0
New Opp rn7.48 -.15 -7.7
OneChAgn13.34-.16 -4.6
RealEsilnl9.92 +.05 -9.9
Ultran 23.66 -.44 -5.5
Valuelan 5.94 -.07 -6.0
Vista n 19.86 -.43 -7.6
American FundsA:
AmcpAp 1920 -25 -52
AMullAp 27.18 -32 -5.0
BalA p 1&83 12 -3.2
BondAp 13.14 +05 40.8
CapWA p 20,06 + 03 +1.3
CaplBAp61.48 -66 -RO
CapWGA p 43.50- 62 -4.3
EupacAp49.36 -73 -5.5
FdinvAp 40.69 -50 -4.7
GwthAp 32.66 -38 -4.8
HI TrAp 11.65 +01 -1.9
lacoAp 18.93 -15 -46
IntBdAp 1159 +04 +1.1
ICAA p 81.80 36 -4 5
NEcoAp 2579 -33 -67
NPerAp 32.99 -40 -46
NwWddA58.22 -74 -32
SmCpA p 31L71 60 -&5
TxExAp 12.40 +02 +1.5
WshAp 32.44 -39 -4.7
AmedcanFundsB:
BalBt 18.76 -13 -32
CaplBBt 61.48 -66 4.1
OpWGrBt4327 -63 -4.4
GrwIhBt 31.56 -37 -4.9
InmB t 18.81 15 4.7
ICAB t 31.65 36 -4.6
WashBt 3224 -39 -4.8
ArlelMutualFds:
Appree 40.10 57 -8.5
Ariel 41.93 88-10.3
Artisan Funds:
Intl 28.36 -57 -7.7
MidCap 2R59 68 -8.0
MidCapVall6.84-25 -9.4
Baron Funds:
Asset 59.40 -1.02 -7.3
Growth 47.53 -.88 -7.3
Partnersp2129 -.48-12.6
SmCap 21.82 -.39 -9.6
Bernslain Fds'
InIDur 1330 +.05 +1.6
DivMu 1424 +.01 +1.3
TxMgdinlI2369 -40 -&4
InilPort 2364 -41 -&4
EmMkis 3909 -72 -6.1
BlackRockA:
AuroraA 19.97 46-10.6
BaVIA p 2&19 35 -6.6
CapDevA p 17.04- 26 -42
GIAIA r 19.77 10 -0.7
HiYInvA 7.59 +01 -2.1
BlackRock B&C:
GIAIC t 18.60 10 -07
BlackRockInstl:

Brandywine Fds:
n -58 -4.8
BrinsonFundsY:
HiYIdi Y n 6.50 +.02 -2.0
CGM Funds-
CapDyn 26.22 -.77 -8.5
Focus n 5t21 -.06 40.4
Mull n 30.84 -.34 -1.5
Realyn 30.07 +.26 4.5
CRM Funds:
Ca F :-.33 -5.1
Gr&IncAp30.32 -.36 -4.9
GrwIhAp 5439-1.09 -7.6
GrowthC 60-1.02 -7.6
Inco p 16 60 +.05 40.8
IntlEqAp 2049 -.24 -8.6
Munint 1070 +.02 +1.5
SocialA p 28 40 22 -3 4
SocBdp 1596 +04 +10
SocEqAp36.69 -72 -54
TxFi.t 10.03 +01 404
ExF1.g p 16.49 +02 +1 7
TxFVT 15.89 +03 +17
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21CntryA t 15 32 31 -8.6
MarsGrA t 21.71 42 -6.8
kmZ27 s 50-8.5
AcomintZ41.07 -.75 -7.9
inlEqZ 16.55 -.28 -7.7
LgCpidxZ27.09 -.37 -5.6
MdnOpZrl5.23 -.29 -92
DF4 Funds:
USCorEq2n10.0>.18-73
DWS Scudder CI A:
CommAp21.96 -.29 -7.9
DrHiRA 45.36 ... NA
DWS Scudder CI S:
CorPIsincl2.68 +05 +1.4
EmMldn 12.16 -02+0.3
EmMkGrr24.01 ... NA
EuroEq 34.15 64 -8 5
GhBdSri0.22+01+20
Glb0pp40.W-78-67
GhlThem 27.25 37 -8.1
Gokl&Plc 24.15 +08+13.1
GroincS 17.55 ... NA
HiYkfTx 12.91 +03 +1.8
intTxAMT 11.25 +01 +1.6
IntlFdS 66.73-143 -6.9
LgCoGro 29.14 -48 -5.1



NYVenA37.98 -51 -6.1
DavisFundsB:
NYVenB30.30 -SD -6.2
Davis Funds C & Y:
NYVenY 38.41 -.52 -4.1
NYVenO36.63 -.50 -4.1
Delaware invest A:
TrendAp 16.01 -34-11.6
TxUSAp 11.39 +02 +1.4
DelawareinvestB:
DelchB 3.16 ... -1.3
SelGrBt 24.86 -38 -6.7
Dimenalonal Fds:
EmMklV 43.83.-.54 -3.4
IniSmVan18.32 -.28 -9.8
USLgCon41.0B-.56-5.6
USLgVa n21.85 -.27 -6.7
US Micro ni2.35 -.30 -8.8
US Small 017.77 -.42 -8.9
USSmVa21.79 -.46 -9.8
IntlSmConi7.63 -.30 -94
EmgMkin32.97 -.44 -39
Fixdn 10.19 ... 405


inlVa n 23.17 -.29 -7 9
Gh5Fxinan10.74 ... 406
TMUSTgtV19.58-.42 -98
TMintVa 18.64 -.25 -77
TMMklwV16.06 -.22 -71
2YGIFxdni0.28 ... 40.5
DFARIEn21.72 ...-11.6
Dodge&Cox:
Balanced78.98 -.46 -3.9
income 12.56 +.04 40.8
IntlStk 44.16 -.57 -69
Stock 133.02-1.38 -6 1
Dreyfus:
t"? 4 0
DrS00Int3047 -.54 -56
EmgI.d 23.47 -.34 -94
FLintr 12.89 .. 00
InsMut 00
Dreyfus Founders: F
GrowthB. .O0
GrwthFp ... ...0.0
Dreyfus Premier:
CorViv p 28.63 -.32 -5.0
UdHYdA p 6.80 ... -1.6
StrValA r 30 64 28 45


Name: Name of mutual fund and family
NAV: Net asset value.
Chg: Net change in price of NAV
Total return: Percent change in NAV for the time period shown, with
dividenas reinvested. II period longer than 1 year. return is cumula-

Data based on NAVs reported to Lipper Dy 6 p.m Easrarn
FOOtnotes: 6 Ex-capital gains distabution. (- Prevlous day s quote
n No-load fund. p Fund assets used to pay distribution costs r -
Redemption fee or conhngent deferred sales load may apply s -
Stock dividend or split t Both p and rx Ex-cash devIdend NA -
No information available NE Data in question NN Fund does not
wish to be tracked NS Fund did not exisI at slart date Source:
Upper, Inc. and The Associated Press


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Legg Mason Ptts B:
CapincB t 15.24 ... NA
LgCpGBt22.00 -27 -73
LongleafPartners
Partners 30.85 -51-100
Intl 18.59 27 -8 5
SmCap 25.20 33-10 1
LoomisSayles:
LSBondl 14.49 +02 -41
Strinc C 14.96 +02 -0 5
LSBondR 14.45 + 03 -0 1
StrincA 14.90 + 02 -0 4
LordAbbettA:
AffilA p 13.46 -.15 -4.0
BdDebA p 7.76 ... -1.6
MidCpApi7.33 -.21 -8.0
MFSFundsA:
MITA 20.60 ... NA
MIGA 14.56 -.28 -5.g
HilnA 3.61 ... -1.6
IntNwDA 22.81 -.36 -8.8
MFLA 9.94 +.01 +1.3
TotRA 14.90 -.08 -2.8
ValueA 25.86 ... NA
MFSFundsB:
MIGB n 13.18 -.25 -5.9
GvScBn 0.73 +.03 +1.7
HiinBn 3.62 ... -1.6
MulnBn &51 +.01 +1.4
TotRB n 14.89 -.09 -2.6
MFSFundsinstl:
IntlEq n 19.35 37 -6.1
MainStay FundsA:
HiYIdBA 6.10 -1.5
MainStayFundsB:
CapApBt28.47 -.54 -4.5
ConvBt 15.05 -.12 -3.5
GovtB t &41 +.02 +1.7
HYIdBBt 6.07 +.01 -1.5
IntiEqB 13.91 -.21 -6.1
SmCGB p 13.84 -.35 -9 0
TolRIBt 1673 -.12 -37
Maks & Power:
Growth 72.47 -.92 -44
Marsico Funds:
Focusp 18.93 -.29 -71
Growp 21.01 -.42 -71
21stCntpl6.21 -.32 -8.8
Matthews Asian:
Indiar 24.09 -.16 -0.6
PacTiger 27.22 -.39 -3.4
Mellon Funds:
IntlFd 14.47 -.18 -7.4
Metro West Fds:
TotRetBd 9.92 ... NA
Midas Funds:
Midas Fd 5.90 -.04 +0.9
Monetta Funds.
Monetta n15.42 -.21 -6.1
Mo nStanley A:
Di 18.47 -.22 -52
M nStan B:
M 18. 1 23 -52
GIbDivB 14.44 16 -S.9
StratB 19.19 -20 -3.8
M ha -52
GIVal n17 00 18 -5.6
Intl Eql n 18 41 31 -5.4
Under Funds A.
IntemtA 21.77 -54-10.8
Mutual Series:
BeacnZ 15.07 -13 -5.6
DiscZ 31.34 19 42
QualidZ 21.14 19 -4.1
SharesZ 24.23 25 -S.7
Neuberger&Berm inv:
Focus 2566 -31 -5.3
61 -3.9
Intl r 19 59 -.21 8.8
Partner a -M -59

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up:
ncin 00 +0d -

NorthemFunds:
SrnCpidx &79 19 -8 6
Technly 12 93 22-112
OakAssocFds:
Whit0kSG n35.01-.64 -7 1
Oakmark Funds 1:
EqlyIncrn26.48 -.19 -23
Globall n 22.88 -.33 -7 2
r1
Selectrn 2377 -39-108
0 MCutual II
OppenhelmerA:
AMTFMu 9.09 + 03 +12
AMTFrNY12.67 +03 +1.7
CAMuniAp10.47+02 +0.9
CapApA p 48.31 -.88 -7.0
CapincAp11.22-02 -22
ChmpincAp8.70-02 -2.3
MklAp4754 -75 -3.9
Din p 53 15 90 -6.6
EquityA 978 -17 -6.8
GlobA p 68 30 -1 34 -7 8






S -
StrinA p 4 43 + 02 +1 3
USGv p 9 68 + 04 +1.9
0 nholmerB:+03+1.2
AMTFINYi2.68 +.04 +1.7
CpIncBt 11.09 -.02 -2.2
ChmpincB t 8.69 -.02 -2.4
EquilyB 9.17 -.16 -6.9
StrincB t 4.44 +.01 +1.0
Oppenheim Quest:
QBalA 15.20 -.06 -4.9
OppenheImer Roch:
L.tdNYA p 3.34 ... +1.0
ROMu Ap 17.91 +.04 +1.7
RcNIMuA11.01 +03 40.6
PIMCOAdminPIMS:
TotRIAd 10.90 +.06 +3.0
PIMCO Instl PIMS:
AIIAsset12.73 ...NA
ComodRR17.07+.25+7.4
Devb:Mk r 10.70 +.02 40.9
Fillnc r 9.71 -.02 -1.5
HiYId 9.48 +.03 -0.3
LowDu 10.22 +.03 +1.8
RealRtni 11.19 + 10 +3.4
TotRI 1090 +06 +3.1
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PhoenixFundsA:
BalanA 13.80 -.09 -2.7
CapGrA 16.36 -.28 -6.4
p .
ndeerFu 3s .03+1.5
EurSelEqA32.53-.40 -9.1
IntiValA 26.22 -.54 -6.9
MdCpGrA14.99 -.28 -7.4
PionFdAp43.97 -.63 -6.6
TxFreAp11.33 +.04 +1.8
ValueAp 14.87 -.15 -4.1
PIoneerFundsB*
HiYklB t 10.21 -.01 -3.0
PIoniserFundsC'
HiYIdCt 10.31 -.01 -3.1
PriceFundsAdv:
Eqlnc 26.93 -.28 -5.0
Growth p n31.74 -.56 ~5.6
Price Fund
Balancen2 01 -.18 -4.5
BICh n 38.03 -.76 -6.0
CABtnd010.97 +.02 +1.6
CapAppnl9.37 -.16 -3.2
DivGro n 24.42 -.35 -5.0
EmEurp 37.44 -.25 +2.4
EmMktSn42.21 -.58 -2.0
Eqinen 26.98 -.29 -5.0
Eqlndexn37.58 -.51 -5.6
Europen 18.72 -.32 -7.9
GNMAn 9.60 +.03 +1.9
Growthn 31.99 -.57 -5.5
Gr&Inn 21.19 -.28 -5.1
HIthScin 28.77 -.12 +1.1
HiYieldn 6.62 -.01 -1.8
IntlBond n10.27 +.03 +1.9
IntDisn 46.74 -.62 -5.3
-3d 4
LatAmn 5211 -86 -6.9
MDShrin 520 ... 40.8
MDBondn1051 +02 +1.5
MidCapn5382 -90 -6.9
MCapVai n21.49 19 -5.1
NAmern2985-44-7.3
NAsian21.41-.34-0.1
New Era n58.37 -.78 -2.g
N Honz n 28.48 -.53 -6.8
N Inc n 9.13 +.03 +1.8
NYBond n11.29 4.02 41.7


CalTFA p 7.26 ... +1.2
CapGrA 11.69 20 4.2
COTFAp11.96 +01 +1.5
CTTFAp 11.01 +01 +1.3
CvtScApl4.T/ -09 -4.2
Dbt TF A 11.84 +.03 +1.4
DynTchA 30.17 -.49 -6.4
EqincAp l8.66 -.26 -6.6
Fedintp 11.55 +.02 +1.8
FedTFA p 12.03 ... +1.2
FLTFA p 11.TI +.01 +1.3
FoundAl p 13.07 -.09 -4.8
GATFAp12,08 ...+1.4
GoldPrM A 41.14+.37+12.4
GrwthA p 42.11 60 -7.7
HYTFAp 10.58 +01 +1.1
IncomAp 2.54 ... -2.2
InsTFAp 12.25 +01 +1.2
NYiTFp 10.99 +01 +1.7
LATF Ap 11.52 +01 +1.5
LMGvScA 10 19 +03 +1.3
MDTFAp11.61 +.01 +1.4
MATFAp11.88 +.01 +1.4
MITFAp 12.23 +.01 +1.3
MNInsA 12.12 +.01 +1.5
MOTFA p 12.21 +.01 +1.4
NJTFAp 12.12 +.01 +1.4
NYInsAp11.50 +.02 +1.6
NYTFAp 11.74 +.01 +1.4
NCTFA p 12.22 +.01 +1.4
OhiolAp 12.65 +.01 +1.6
ORTFA p 11.87 +.01 +1.4
PATFAp 10.42 +.01 +1.5
ReEScA p 16.14 ...-11.0
RisDvAp 31.83 -.41 -5.9
SMCpGrA32.51 -72 -8.8
USGovAp6.S5 +02 +1.7
UtilsA p 14.87 14 -0.1
VATFAp 11.75 +01 +1.3
Frank/TmpFmkAdv:
IncmeAd 2.53 ... -1.8
FranklTempFmkB:
IncomeBt 2.53 ... -2.3
Frankflemp FmkC:
FoundAl p 12 87 -.08 -4.8
IncomCt 2.56 ... -2.3
FrankffempMtlA&B:
BeacnA 14.97 -.13 -5.6
DiscA 31.00 -.19 -4.2
QualidAt21.01 -.18 -4.1
SharesA 24.05 -24 --5.7
Frank/Temp MtlC:
DiscC t 30.74 -.19 -4.3
SharesC t 23.78 -24 -5.7
FrankffempTempA:
DvMklAp29.48 -.36 -4.6
ForgnA p 11.97 -.07 -42
GIBd Ap 11.65 +.03 +2.0
GrwthA p 23.11 -.22 -6.6
WoddAp 18.09 -.18 -5.5
Frank/Temp Tmp Adv:
GrthAv 23.13 -.22 -6.6
Frank femp Tmp B&C:
DevMktC 28.75 -.36 -5.6
ForgnCp11.74 -.08 -6.4
GrwthCp22.50 -.21 -6.6
GEElfunS&S:
S&S PM 42.93 -.58 -4.4
GE investments:
TRFd1 18.21 ... NA
GMOWustill:
EmMkr 21.41 -.38 -4.6
For 17.39 -28 -70
intintrVI 31.70 -45 -57
GMO Rust IV:
EmrMkt 21.33 38 -4 6
Foreign 17.39 28 -7 0
IntiGrEq 2&36 52 -7 6
IntilntrVI 31.69 -44 -57
GMO Rust VI:
EmgMkis r 21.34 38 -4 6
InflindxPI 23.99 +.16 +21

Gabelli Funds:

G yF4u7.26 -.81 -80
Gateway 27.88 -.30 -27
Goldman Sachs A:
i HYMuA p 10.33 ... 40.4
MdCVAp33.41 -.28 -5.3
Goldman Sachs Inst:
HYMuni n 10 33 +0.4
MidCapV33.68 -.29 -5.3
Struint 14.03 -.26 -7.8
H rFulnt5 +.OB +19

CapApinst35.51 -.54 -52
Intle 68.17-1.37 -7.7
H 38. -.53 -6.5
DivGthA p 20.47 -24 -3.7
Hartford Fds C*
CapApCt34.41 -47 -4.5
Hartford Fds L
G L30.82 -43 -6.7
Ha HLSIA*
49.76 -67 -63
21.74 26 -3 8
Advisers 20.32 -10 48
Sock 44.71 41 -6 4




H nmay1FulN9ds 4-10 6
HollBalFd 015.97 -21 -4.0
HussmnStrGr 15.17-.22-2.9
ICONFds:32.17-.46-2.1
Hithcare 16.59 -.01 +2.2
ISIFunds:
NoAm p 7.66 +.03 +1.3
IvyFunds:
AssetSC t 27.63 +.08 +1.5
AssetSIAp28.01+.08 +1.6
GINatRsA p 37.69-.31 -2.7
JPMorgan A Class:
MCpVal p 22.81 -.30 -6.9
JPMorgan Sei Cis:
IntrdAmern25.94-.41 -5.8
Janus:
Balanced24.93 -.24 -2.3
Contrarian l9.13 -.04 -2.6
Enterpr53.65-.64-6.5
FedTE 6.34 ...0.0
FixBnd 9.67 +.04 +1.5
Fund 30.66 -.57 -4.5
FundaEq 24.75 -.44 -59
GI LifeSci 24.39 -.08 40 2
GITech r 14.21 -.21 -8 4
GrInc 3407 -.76 -67
MdCpVal2147 -.24 -50



Twenty 71.37 -71 -1.5
Venture 52.48 -90 -8.5
WrldWr 50.71 -88 -9.0
Janus Adv S Shrs:
Forty 3920 -43 -4.3
JennisonDryden A:
BlendA 18.08 -21 -5.1
HiYIdAp 5.41 ... -1.7
InsuredA 10.75 +.02 +1.9
UtilityA 13.82 -.16 -2.2
JennisonDryden B:
GrowthB 15.75 -.24 -5.3
HiYidB t 5.40 ... -1.8
InsuredB 10.77 +.02 +1.9
JohnHancockA:
BondApl4.87+.04+1.2
ClassicVI p 20.53 -.06 -6.2
Rg8kA 19.94 -.10-10.0
StrInA p 6.51 +.01 40.9
JohnHancockB:
StrIncB 6.51 +.01 40.9
JohnHancockCI1:
LSAggr 14.38 -.22 -6.7
LSBalanc i4.05 -.10 -3.7
LSGrwth 14.39 -.16 -5.1
JuliusBaerFunds:
intlEqlf 43.16 -.44 -5.3
IntlEqA 42.15 -.43 -5.3
IntEqillr 16.63 -,18 -5.4
KeeleyFunds:
SmCpValAp25.00-.60-8.9
Kinetics Funds:
Pdm 29.40 -.29 -6.0
LSWalEqni6.18-.18 -7.1
Lazard Instl:
EmgMkil 2321 -.37 -4.3
L goM :4Fd-,33 -9.4
Spinvp 2965 -.51 -9.0
VaiTrp 5774 -.98 -9.4
Legg MasoninstI:
VaiTrinst 65.53-1.11 -9.3
Legg Mason Ptrs A:
AgGrAp112.31-.46-5.3
ApprApl4.61-.19-5.3
HilncA t 6.26 .... -2.7
InAICGA p 10.59 -.19 -5.6
(41CpGA p 23.75 29 -7.2
MgMuA p 1572 s.01 4 1.3


| PSInc n 15.40 -.08 -2.1
I Real Est n 17.74 -.06-11.4
R2010n 15.76 -.13 -3.4
R2015n 12.24 -.12 -4.0
R2020n 17.08 -.19 -4.6
R2025 n 12.64 -.16 -5.0
R2030 n 18.22 -.25 -5.5
SciTecn 21.27 -.51-10.5
ShtBdn 4.76 +.01 +1.2
SmCpStk n27.98 -.58 -9.2
SmCapVal n33.39-.61 -7.9
SpecGr n 20.02 -.33 -5.9
Specinn12.18 ...0.0
TFine n 9.96 +.02 +1.7
TxFrH n 11 57 +.02 +1.2
TxFrSin 541 ... +1.0
USTIntn 564 +.03 +2.3
USTLgn 1214 +.10 +2.8
VABondn11.56 +.02 +1.5
Value n 24.68 -.31 -6.1
Principal Av:
DiscLClnst14.41-.23 -5.6
LgGrlN 894 -.20 -8.3
PutnamFundsA:
AmGvAp 9.30 +.05 +2.1
AZ TE 9.08 +.01 +1.1
Convp 19.74 -.09 -2.9
DiscGr 20.93 -32 4.2
DvrInAp 9.79 +01 0.0
EqinA p 15.52 20 -4.9
EuEq 25.11 -.40 -7.5
GeoA p 15.67 -.07 -3.2
GlbEqtyp11.00 -.21 -8.4
GrinA p 14.89 18 -6.9
HithAp 53.27 -.02 -0.2
HiYdAp 7.59 +.01 -1.9
HYAdAp 5.90 +.01 -1.5
IncmA p 6.79 +.02 +1.7
IntlEqp 26.45 -.50 -7.6
InlGrinp 13.30 -.24 -9.0
invA p 13.42 -.20 -8.2
NJTxAp 927 +.01 +1.5
NwOpAp49.62 -.82 -6.1
OTCAp 9.43 -.13 4.4
PA TE 9.14 +.01 +1.4
TxExAp 8.73 +.01 +1.6
TFinAp 14.92 +.02 +1.9
TFHYA 12.84 +.01 +1.4
USGvAp 13.57 +.05 +2.0
UtilAp 16.16 -.16 -0.9
VstaAp 10.98 -.18 -6.4
VoyAp 17.90 -.36 -7.3
Putnam Funds B:
CapApr I 17.06 -.26 -8.5
DiscGr 1&99 -.29 -6.3
DvrinBt 9.71 +.02 0.0
Eqinc t 15.37 19 -4.9
EuEq 24.31 39 -7.5
GeoB I 15.49 07 -3.2
GIbEqt 10.04 -19 -&5
GINIRs t 2824 -,47 -4.0
GrinBt 14.63 -,17 -7.0
HIthB t 46.46 -.03 -0.3
HiYIdB t 7.57 + 01 -1.9
HYAdBt 5.81 +01 -1.8
IncmBt 6.75 +03 +1.6
IntGdnt 13.08 -24 -9.0
IntlNop t 16.67 -.37 -9.0
InvBt 12.181 -.19 -8.3
NJTxB t 9.26 +.01 +1.5
Nw0pBt 43.82 -.73 4.2
NwValp 14.39 -.17 -8.1
OTCBt 8.19 -.11 -6.4
TxExBt 8.73 +01 +1.6
TFHYB t 12 66 +.01 +1.4
TFinB t 14 94 +.02 +1.8
USGvB t 13 50 +.05 +1.9
UtilB t 16 09 -.16 -1.0
VIslaBt 942 -.15 -65
VoyB t 15 42 -.31 -7 4
RS Funds:
CoreEqA 4074 -63 -57

RainIer Iny Mgt:
RSrnM 36.03 -63 -8.5
BalanceA10.73 -07 -3.1
DEI 11.94 15 -5.5
DVOppA 8.90 11 -5.1
Growth 31.05 -24 -7.0
HiYdTEA 4.34 ... +1.8
1.gCpEq p S.10 -.OS -6.1
MCpGrA 9.04 -.17-10.5
MidCpVI p 8.75 -.09 -6.0
RL Pu nrd@91-.26 -6.2
MicroCapl14.89 -.25 4.6
uIrrj -3 .8
TotRetir 12.04 -.23 -7.4
ValSvc t 9.95 -.13 -6.7
VIPISvc 12.85 -.29 -7.5
Russell FundsS:
DivEq 46.25 -.72 -5.8
intlSee 6860-125 -7.5
MStratBd 10.49 +.05 +1.6
QuantEqS3R62 57 4.9
Rydex Advisor:
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SL pC 3 01 14 -5 9
GGk 1 46
SelLCSIkCt28.04-.45-55
SelLCpStkl30.51-.49 -54
Schwab Funds:
HIthCare 17.00 -.03 +1.1
10001ny r 40.91 -.56 -S.8
1000Sel 40.88 -.56 -5.8
S&P lay 21.62 -.30 -5.5
S&PSel 2168 -.30 -56
S&PlnstSt 11 06 -.15 -5.6
. SmCpIny 18 17 -.36 -8.4
YIdPIsSI 907 +.01 -0.4
SelectedFunds
AmShD 4531 -.66 -8.2
AmShS p 4529 -.67 -6.2
G *
|SgmtS4 -.55-11.1
FrontrA t 10 86 22 -8.1
FrontrD t 8 85 18 -8.1
GIbSmA 1486 -36 -8.0
GIbTehA 16 85 29-10 7
HYdBAp 308 ... -30
Sentinel Group:



SoundSh 3445 -40 -39
StFarmAssoc:
Gwth 5795 -86 -57
Stratton Funds:
Dividend 2712 -08 -79
Multi-Cap4t.63 -72 -63
SmCap 43.76 -46 -7.3
SunAmericaFunds:
USGvBt 9.57 +.03 +1.8
TamarackFunds:
EntSmCp21.21 -.64-13.0
Value 25.88 -.36 -5.9
Templeton Instit:
EmMSp 20.52 -.25 -5.6
ForEqS 27.72 -.30 -4.9
ThirdAvenueFds:
intl r 18.28 -.15 -5.2
RIEstVI r 25.61 -.31-10.8
Value 57.99 -.74 -8.0
Thomburg Fds:
intValAp 34.75 -.41 4.1
intValueI32.42 -.41 4.1
ThriventFds A:
HiYid 4.80 ... -1.8
Incom B.51 +.04 +11
LgCpStk 25.19 -.33 -51
TA IDEX A:
TempGIbAp32.29-.38-65
TECHYBp 8.70 +.02 -19
TAFixlnp 9.00 +.02 00
Turner Funds:
SmlCpGrn30.48 -.56 -71
Tweedy Browne:
GlobVal 28.32 -.17 -65
UBS Funds CI A:
GlobAllotl3.42 -.09 46
UnMBScou35F8u8M- 2 -56
USGlobaIllnvestors:
AllAm 26.91 -.45 -56
GlbRs 17.09 -.22 -06
Gid&Mtis 18.37 +.05+150
USChina 12.57 -.16 -3 1
WIdPrcMn28.52-.13+11.6
USAAGroup:
AgyGt 35.82 -.72 -7.0
CA Bd 10.82 +.03 +1.7
CmstStr 24.04 -.22 -3.7
GNMA 9.76 0.03 +1,8


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Starting at this weekend's
Florida Manatee Festival,
volunteers will pose the
question: What's your vision for
the.city of Crystal River?
It may not be
phrased just like THE I
that. but that's the
o
up r Ron Cr
Kitchen has sug- OUR O
tested a municipal
marina is worth Create s
consideration. A Bre
frequent visitor to
the city feels a manatee/wildlife
viewing tower should be con-
structed. Past initiatives have
included a boardwalk along the
Kings Bay waterfront, and sprue-
ing up the facades of buildings.
Suggestions on everything
from landscaping to how to bet-
ter tie the business community
together to stimulate activity in
the downtown area are worthy of
consideration. Concerns include
underutilized parks and a down-
MAvn business conuminity that
lacks cohesiveness necessary to
keep visitors walking around,
discovering unique shops and
restaurants that would be an
enticement to spend time and
money in the city.
The survey which will be
followed by open houses in
February to gain more input,
then an all-day visioning session
on March 15 is being done in
conjunction with the city's
Community Redevelopment
Agency's hiring of a consulting
firm to help create a develop-


ment plan for the future.
To quote CRA chairman Bruce
Garrison, "What a concept it
would be if our downtown area
was linked to the parks. People
drive through
SUE: Crystal River and
don't even know we
nRvrer: rkpa 1012:::

INION: es or access to the
bay. You can shoot a
mething cannon through
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Crystal River is a diamond in
the rough. With some work, it
can shine brightly and attract
people from far and wide to
enjoy its many attributes.
The open houses to gain pub-
lic input on their vision for
Crystal River; leading up to the
March 15 visioning session, will
be:
a 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Feb. 12,
Crystal River City Hall.
a 10 -h:m. to 6 p.m., Feb. 16,
Seminole Club (135 If.E. 3rd St.).
a 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Feb. 21,
Crystal River City Hall.
a 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Feb. 23,
Seminole Club.
Rather than wait until then,
though, take some time today or
Sunday to enjoy the Manatee
Festival and track down the vol-
unteers on both Citrus Avenue
and Third Street who will be
polling people about their hopes
for the city.
Share your thoughts and help
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Pig FORSt thanks
TOO FAR Inc. would like to
thank all of the businesses and
people who donated supplies, gift
cards, gifts and service certificates
for our 16th Annual Pig Roast.
The Citrus County Chronicle,
Public Markets, Outback of
Inverness, Enrico's Ristorante,
Coca-Cola of Brooksville, Burger
King of Inverness, Joe's Family
Restaurant, The Party Store of
Hernando, Wendy's of Inverness,
Shamrock Inn, Old World
Restaurant, McDonald's of
Inverness, Sweetbay Markets of
Inverness, Beef O'Brady's of 4
Inverness, Applebee's of $
Inverness, Frankie's Grill, Kraft -
Foods, Wal-Mart of Inverness and-
Bushnell, Fisherman's Cove
Restaurant, Cove Pub and
Restaurant, Bob's Town House,
Armante's Restaurant, Canine
Coiffures, Heritage Days Council,
Denny's Restaurant of Crystal
Rivel; Plantation Inn and Golf
Resort, Apopka Marine, Citrus
Pest Management, Fabillous
Flowers, Nature Coast Fly Shop,
Chilson's Garage, Sign Jungle,
Lakeside Country Club, Candy
Bouquet of Inverness, Fantastic
Sam's of Inverness, Pizza Cafe,
Powell Square Auto Service, Win@-
Dixie of Inverness and Bushnell,
Ruby Tuesdays of Inverness,
Cracker's Bar and Grill, Adorable
Doggie Grooming and Cinnamon
Sticks.
Donations we receive rom the
above helped in making this event
the best ever and we thank them
for their generous support of our
Organization,

Norman Provencal
Donation Committee Chairman
Bob Adamic
Donation Committee


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This would be inconsistent with
the needs of conserving the quanti-
ty and quality of water for drinking'
clomestic anld recreational uses and
also by wil ite, whic 1 is such an
important draw for the economy of
Citrus County as a whole.
Our wetlands need to be protect-
ed from development they, too,
could be impacted by bordering
Irosp .3hj as 1- na
our aquifer courtesy of Mother
Nature .
Why should building contractors
not pay for impacts on our environ-
Tuent and infrastructure and the
residential Citrus County taxpayers
pay in the long run with higher
property taxes and very possibly a
lower quality of life.
Let's take Citrus County to the
forefront. of what is best for all resi-
dents and our environment.
Renee McPheeters
Crystal River


Hot Corner'lMPACT FEES

Hike impact feeS Things will naturally improve for
I have a question. An unbiased h unwtkh n ondba
study done for the county in 2006
set the impact fees at more than Workers understand
$17,000 for each new homestead. I'm calling to say something
The current fees are about $8,000 about how I read the Canyon has
lower than the value the study been sold and they're selling all
established. Remember, the impact these lots for people to bning RVs in
fees don't include all the big factors and they said how much it's going
that impact us such as water quali- to cost and their taxes and every
ty or many, many of the lesser thing. Well, they don't have to pay
things. Why not put the impact fees an impact fee. The county commis-
at $17,000 where they belong so signers don't want to change the
you and I don't have to make up the impact fees, but they'll let a big
difference in our taxes? development like that happen with
Thi gs will im rove lots being sold, and those people
P will affect our community. What they
Impact fees should remain as don't realize is that these contrac-
adopted maybe even increased tors are making money, of course.
until this county decides whether it Well, they're the ones that have the
wants controlled growth or a large money to invest. But what about all
hodgepodge building spree. Two the subcontractors working for
groups are really affected by this them that are just trying to feed
impact fee right now: builders and their families and pay their bills?
Reactors. They are primarily affected Because of the impact fees,
by the impact fee. We cannot begin builders have stopped building and
showing favoritism to any special people have stopped buying houses,
interest group or groups. Times are So all of those people cannot feed
tough. Jobs are lost. Just ask the their families, they cannot pay their
thousands in the automotive and bills and it's terribly sad. If you're a
electronic fields who lost jobs over working person, you realize that this
the past few years. Hang tough. is going on because you hear it.

Nip it in the bud CO be nipped in the bud and
I see there's a bill com- 9 not given life so that you
can be a burden on the
ing out that would give taxpayers. Get rid of these
molesters life. I don't think molesters right away
so. I think these molesters
should be stopped in the Elect parentS
beginning. Why should Where I was born and
they get life? Then we have when I was born, teachers
to take care of them, the were not on the school
citizens, taxpayers, when ca.. board. They were parents
they're going to be in jail 563-0579 of the students. That way
for the rest of their lives. was a very unbiased out-
We pay for their health look ... I think for the pub-
care, we pay for their food and we lic's safety and financial part of it,
pay for everything. That's wrong, if that parents should be involved on
you're a child.molester, you need to the school board.


Keep impact feeS
Editor'snote: The following letter
is a speech presented to the Citrus
County Conunission on Jan. 8. It has
been edited for length,
I am chairperson of the
Committee for the Protection of
Nature Coast Wetlands. It has been
stated that there will be a discus-
sion this afternoon on reducing
impact fees.
For those of us who may not
know, according to the Chronicle:
An impact fee is a fee assessed on
the construction of new buildings
such as fire stations, police sta-
tions, sewer and water supply sys-
tems, schools, parks, libraries and
other government agencies and
services." For example: the new
Homosassa Library was funded by
impact fees. Impact fees have fund-
ed County Roads 491, 581 and 486,
and Citrus County Bicentennial
Park, Holden Community Park
Beverly Hills Community Park'
Citronella Park, and Central Ridge
District Park are just a few parks
impact fees have contributed to
and improved our quality of life
here in Citrus County.
Recently, building contractors
locally have pushed for lower
impact fees to help their own
industry. We should all be aware
that there has been a downturn in
the economy, a national phenome-
non not specific to Citrus County.
Throughout the state of Florida
and nationwide, there has been a
downturn in construction.
it should also be noted that other
counties have impact fees higher
than Citrus County, including
Murion and Ilernundo counties.
To lower impact fees will force
the taxpayers to subsidize the
building industry. Tax dollars to
pay for infrastructure needed
because of the builders' develop-
ment.


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along with nine steals.
Still, Crystal River had to
fight to keep the Colts from tak-
ing over during a frantic push
in the final period.
North Marion pulled with
5147 after a three-pointer by
Milinta Thornton with 43 sec-
onds left and then caught a
break after an offensive foul
call on McDonald at the other
end.
Down four with 35 ticks left,
the Colts got two shots from
close range but neither fell
before Crystal River grabbed a
rebound. Jackson hit one of
two free throws to basically
seal the win with 12 seconds.
"They were two good shots,"
said North Marion coach Pam
Plumlee. "That's been our
motto this year, that we haven't
finished the play."
Pirates coach Jere DeFoor
attributed the tight game 'to
inexperience on his team's
pad
Please see PIRATES/Page 4B


JoN-MICHAEL SORACCHI
3msoracchi@
chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Early on, it was a sprint for
the Crystal River girls during
their home basketball game
Friday night.
Holding an 11-point halftime
lead and looking sharp, the
Pirates then had to withstand a
fourth-quarter comeback
attempt from North Marion to
hold on for a 5447 victory that
was closer than the score indi-
cated.
The two-headed attack of
Crystal River's Michelle
McDonald and Briahanna
Jackson once again propelled
the Pirates' ship.
McDonald, a senior, was one
steal short of a triple-double
after dropping in a game-high
22 points to go with 13
rebounds and nine steals.
Jackson, a freshman point
guard, led the Crystal River
charge with 18 points to go


JoHN CosclA
jcoscia@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
The good, the bad, and the
V8Ty, Very ugly. .
That's the best way to
describe the basketball contest
wrh n uHd n8i on
Lady Hurricanes cruised to an
easy, albeit a bit ugly, 41-25 vic-
tory over the South Sumter
Red Raiders.
First there was the good,
namely, the 'Canes' Devon
Miller Miller was 5-for-11 from
the field with four three-point-
ers and 14 points along with
fellow teammate Shannon
Candileri, who was 5-for-10
from the field with 11 points,
including one shot from
beyond the are. On the
Raiders' side, Latasha
Kenndraso was 4-for-12 and
scored a team-high 11 points
for South sumter
Then there were the bad.
The Lady Raiders went
through a stretch where they
scored just four points in the


second and third quarters com-
bined, a statistic that looms
even larger when you consider
that South Sumter converted a
free throw to start the second
quarter and only scored three
points over the gan>e's next 16
minutes.
ugAud Btohen there wtere the
from the field with Citrus hit-
ting 24 percent (14-for-59) of its
shots while South Sumter only
hit 19 percent of its shots (9-for-
48) from the field.
As had as that appears in its
own right, the ugliness of those
numbers becomes further
amplified when you consider
how good Miller, Candileria
and Kenndraso were for their
respective teams. If you take
their productivity away Citrus
was only 4-for-38 (10.5 percent)
from the field and South
Summer was only slightly better
hitting 5-for-36 (13.8 percent)
from the field.
After the opening quarter
Citrus clung to a 14-13 lead
Please see CANES/Page 4B


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BRIAN LaPETERIChronicle
Locanto's Nick Cortes drives between two Dunnellon defenders during the first quarter on Friday night. Lecanto won, 104-74.

Lecanto boys boops break en'ale digia with 104-74 win over Dunnelkn


ALAN FESTO
afesto@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Almost each and every
night on the floor the Lecanto
boys basketball team looks
overmatched and under-
sized. On Friday night, how-
ever, the Dunnellon Tigers
found out -again- just how
strong the Panthers' bite can
really be.
The Panthers blasted the
Tigers for the second time
this season, 104-74, and
moved to 16-0 on the season
thanks to what coach Chris
Nichols said was possibly the


most points his team has put
up since about 1994.
"It really is just a number,"
Nichols said. "Our kids are
excited about it, the crowd
was excited about it. I'm just
glad to get out of here with a
'W"'
Late in the fourth quarter,
with the game in hand, the
only question that remained
was whether or not Lecanto
would indeed reach the cen-
tury mark. They finally did at
the 2:01 mark of the fourth
quarter. With the crowd on
it's feet and 99 points on the
scoreboard, reserve Tony
Silvio stepped to the free-


throw line and calmy made
the first shot to send the fans
and the Lecanto bench into
celebration.
"I love that," Silvio said of
the pressure created by the
crowd. The free throw was
Silvio's only point of the
game.
The victory was especially
sweet since the Tigers had
already fueled further moti-
vation into the Panthers well-
oiled machine earlier in the
week.
After Dunnellon beat
Crystal River on Wednesday
night, the Tigers' head coach
Bob Ayton said, "Lecanto is


Goliath but Goalith already
got beat once before and we
can beat him a second time."
That didn't sit too well with
Lecanto as it also watched
the Dunnellon players jump
up and down on the
Panther's paw at midcourt
before the game.
Lecanto assistant Lloyd
Smith called a meeting
before the game to talk to the
team about Ayton's com-
ments and also keeping a
level head and continuing to
play hard.
"I never expected this
Please see 9 /Page 4B


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Wilson and Chris Fairabough. Coming up
with assists were Maldonado, Alves'
Zarek, Gusha and Steve McMichen.
Crystal River is now 10-5-3 overall, 8-2-
2 in district. They play Nature Coast at
home Tuesday with a 7:30 p.m. start.
Citrus boys hoops
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takes distinct win
Citrus' boys basketball team defeated
North Marion, 61-23, on Friday night.
Leading scorers for the Hurricanes were
Jon ear with 16 and Craig Augustine with
ten. Citrus led 33-9 at the half.
Citrus moves to 11-7 overall, 8-3 in dis-
trict. They play Belleview at home Tuesday
with a 7:30 p.m. start.


, Lecanto girls hoops
SnagS fifSt road win
Lecanto's girls basketball team
defeated Dunnellon, 43-42, on Friday
night for their first road win of the
season.
The leading scorer for the Lady
Panthers was Jade Spivey with 12.
"Overall it was a very good, strong
team effort," said head coach Jack Hall.
The Lady Panthers move to 6-14
overall, 4-8 in district. They play Crystal

River at home Tuesday with a 7:30 p.m.
s .
From staff reports


"We're really excited about finishing the
season undefeated," said coach Kevin
Towne. "It was a total team effort.
Everyone played well all year, including
our reserves. I just want to compliment the
entire team."
The Lady Panthers scored 142 goals
and allowed only four in 22 games.
Lecanto is 20-0-2 overall, 14-0 in district,
and earlier locked up the No. 1 seed for
the district tournament, which begins
Monday.
Seven Rivers boyS
hoops takes district win
Seven Rivers' boys basketball team
defeated St. John Lutheran, 68-20, on Friday


night. With that win, the Waniors locked up
the No. 1 seed for the district tournament.
Derek LaBahn had 18 points and Ty
Commons had 16 points for the Warriors.
All 11 players got on the board.
Seven Rivers moves to 15-3 overall, 8-0
in district. They play Tuesday at First
Academy Leesburg with a 7:30 p.m. start.
Crystal Rivers boys
SOccer takes win
Crystal River's boys soccer team defeat-
ed North Marion, 8-0, on Friday night. The
game ended early due to the mercy rule.
Scoring for the Pirates were Antonio
Maldonado with two goals, Jesse Alves,
John Gusha, Michael Zarek, Richard


Grf Lecanto girls complete
no' undefeated season
>rt
set Lecanto's girls soccer team defeated
an Leesburg, 6-0, on Friday night to complete
0 Othe first undefeated season in school history.
Scoring for the Lady Panthers were
@Ashley Irizarry, unassisted, at 24:58; Jamie
Good, unassisted, at 36:06; Ashley
for Brower, unassisted, at 39:04 and 54:23,
a and assisted by Jessica Fulford at 59:26;
and Amy Wheat on a penalty kick at 62:00.
Brower's three goals give her a total of 59
for the season.
Andraya Avery and Whitney Mast split
time in goal. Lecanto outshot Leesburg 32-
,,,6 and Avery made five saves.


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AUTO RACING
8 p.m. (IND1) 22nd Annual Chill Bowl Nationals.
NBA BASKETBALL
9 p.m. (FSNFL) Orlando Magic at Utah Jazz.
MENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL
12 p.m. (38 MNT) Auburn at Florida.
12 p.m. (ESPN) North Carolina State at North Carolina
1:30 p.m. (6,10 CBS) Vanderbilt at Kentucky.
2 p.m. (38 MNT) Georgia at Mississippi State.
2 p.m. (44 CW) Georgia Tech at Miami.
2 p.m. (ESPN) Connecticut at Georgetown.
2:30 p.m. (FSNFL) Washington State at UCLA.
3 p.m. (ESPN2) Arizona at Houston. .
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4 p.m. (SUN) Wake Forest at Boston College.
4:30 p.m. (FSNFL) Califomia at Oregon State.
9 p.m. (ESPN) Kansas at Nebraska.
9:30 p.m. (SUN) Tennessee at South Carolina.
WOMEN COLLEGE BASKETBALL
12:30 p.m. (FSNFL) Kansas at Nebraska.
NFL FOOTBALL
4:30 p.m. (13,51 FOX) NFC Divisional Playoff Seattle Seahawks
at Green Bay Packers.
8 p.m. (6,10 CBS) AFC Divisional Playoff- Jacksonville Jaguars
at New England Patriots.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
6 p.m. (VERSUS) Hula Bowl.
GOLF
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NHL HOCKEY
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TODAY'S PREP SPORTS
BOYS BASKETBALL
7:30 p.m. Crystal River at North Marion,
WRESTLING
1 p.m. North Marion at Lecanto.
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Sports
a.m. to 1 p.m.
For more information, contact
Steve Sykes at steveccll@yahoo.com
Nature Coast baseball
signups Jan. 12
Signups for the Nature Coast
baseball league will be at Lecanto
Park. Sign up dates are Jan. 12
and 19 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
There will be a mandatory skills
assessment on Jan 12 for partici-
pants ages 7 and up. However,
everybody will play.
For more information, call Mindy
or Jeff at 527-4204.
AAU Tryouts on Jan. 12
at Whispering Pines
AAU baseball tryouts will take
place at Whispering Pines Field 1
on Saturday, Jan. 12. The following
times and information are listed for
your convenience,
U10 signups are from 12:00 -
2:00 pm and U11 & Ul2 are from
2:30 4:30 pm.


For more U10 information call
352-302-9351; 011 information call
352-804-1500 and Ul2 information
call 352-302-6109.
Crystal River Little
League signupS
Little Lea ue si s for Crystal
River Little League are on Jan. 12
from 9-12 and Jan. 15 from 6-8 at
Bicentennial Park
All ages from 5-16 are welcome.
Please bring your birth certificates
and three proofs of residency.
The contacts for the sign ups are
Mark Strifler at 795-2866 and Tom
Salute at 795-3752.
Junior Panther
Basketball League
Come join in the fun and compe-
tition of basketball with the staff
and players of Lecanto High
School as a member of the Junior
Panther Basketball League. The
JPBL is a fun and exciting way to


work on your skills as a player.
Lecanto High School players will
be coaching each of the teams and
v g ins uct y rhelp you

Teams and leagues will be age
grouped and players of like ability
will be sure to find challenging
game situations to help them
improve. Each age group will play
at an appropriate height goal (8', 9'
or regulations goal) to ensure that
the players have a chance to work
on proper form in shooting and to
give them a better chance at suc-
cess. The age groups will be:
NBA-5-7; ACC-8-10; SEC-11-
13 (8th grade students).
Register in person today at 8
a.m. in the Lecanto Gym. The cost
of participation is $40.00. Bring your
child on the first playing date (Jan
12) at 8:00 a.m. and we will place
them on a team. Schedules will be
given out on that day. Playing dates
for the league are January 12, 19;
26, February 2, 9, 16.


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Montreal 22 13 8 52
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Florida 20 21 3 43


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Colu bus 20 18 6 46 112 112
Nashville 21 19 2 44 121 122
Chicago 19 20 4 42 122 129
Northwest Division
Vancouver 2W 1L OT P5 1
Calgary 22 15 7 51 130 129
Minnesota 24 17 2 50 117 122
Colorado 22 18 3 47 120 121
Edmonton 20 21 4 44 120 133
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job his players did both
defending and scoring against
the much stronger and athletic
Dunnellon players.
. "I challenged our bigs to play
well against their bigs and I
think Stephen Quinn and Mike
Kelly and Elijah Bradley ... and
Drew Cox when he got in there,
played extremely well inside
for us," Nichols said. "I thought
they did a great job of keeping
them (Dunnellon) at bay.
Offensively the quartet com-
bined for 33 points and pulled

secutive layups of outlet pass-
es for a five-point advantage.
A drive to the hoop by
Williams cut the score back to
12-9 but McDonald and Jackson
were at it again, each pickpock-
eting a Colts ballhandler and
coasting in for layups. AJackson
free throw capped the scoring
for the first quarter at 17-9.
"We went from a 2-3 defense
to a 1-3-1 and got six straight
points," DeFoor said. "We're
trying to work with these kids
on pressuring the ball."
To illustrate how much of the

"Devon's our best shooter and
she really showed why tonight.
Everybody tried hard and it was
great to come out ofhere with a


down 30 rebounds.
"A lot of this I credit to our
bigs just playing really, really
well," he said. "Hopefully
there's more of that to come.''
Dunnellon didn't have any
player do anything particular
damaging but Ayton did get a
solid all-around effort from
almost his entire team. The
Tigers had five players score in
double figures, led by Alex
Jackson's 15pomts. Kris Alemdor
scored 12and three other players
each dropped in 11points.

scoring load McDonald and
Jackson carried, consider this.
Until Briana Bivens' bucket at
the 3:57 mark of the second
quarter, the Pirates duo had
scored their team's first 21
points of the contest
Bivens finished with seven
points, including a layup with
five seconds left to make thh
final margin.
Crystal River moved a step
closer to locking up the second
seed in the district and contiri-
ue its quest at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Lecanto.

win. I will say this though, South
Summer is much improved over
what they were in the beginning
ofthe year"


ebration to bed.
The Panthers got a big night
from Victor and Nick Cortes.
Victor scored 27 points and
dished.out seven assists, wltile
Nick had a game-high 30 poic-
nts and six assists. Nick was
exceptionally strong from the
free-throw line, knocking down
14-of-16 attempts.
With the Cortes brothers hav-
ing such stellar games it would
be easy to overlook the job of
the Lecanto "Bigs." Howevery
Nichols was quick to praise the
-
ing skills of McDonald and
Jackson to turn steals into
immediate points.
North Marion (5-8 overall
and in district) actually held a
7-5 lead in the early going after
Martesha Williams, who had a
team-high 19 points, converted
a pair of offensive rebounds
into easy layups.
From there, however, the
Pirates began to roll. McDonald
knocked down her second
three of the contest to flip the
lead back in her team's favor
and then hit Jackson for con-

last three games, is play
smarter.
"Tonight we did that,"
Jackson continued. "We know
We're athletic but sometimes
when we don't have the num-
bers we push it anyway.
Tonight we were much more
disciplined."
Because of the level of com-
petition Jackson was able to
play nearly every player on his
bench and saw plenty of bright
spots emerge.
"Sara Nelson and senior
Shanley Lawler, wow, it was nice
to see the way that they stepped
up. Ashly (Duval) played a
smarter game from point than
she has all year and what can

u 1 r be 01 waandhalnn n
tonight," Jackson continued.


FOOTBALL
NFl. Playoff Glance

gg-cad P ayoHs
Seattle 35, Washington 14
Jacksonville 31, Pittsburgh 29
N.Y Giants 2 una an.
San Diego 17, Tennessee 6
Divisional Playoffs
Seattle at Green BTaod 30 p.m. (FOX)
Jacksonville at New England, 8 p.m. (CBS)
San Diego at Indi a Is, 1 p.m. (CBS)
N.Y. Giants at Dallas, 4:30 p.m. (FOX)
BASKETBALL
NBA Standings
EASTERN CONFERENCE
AtlanticWDivision Pct GB
Boston 30 4 .882
Toronto 19 17 .528 12
New Jersey 18 18 .500 13
Philadelphia 14 .3 %
Southeast Division
W L Pct GB
Orlando 23 14 .622 -
Washington 18 16 .529 3%
Atlanta 15 17 .469 5%
Charlotte 13 22 .371 9
Miami 8 28 .222 14%
centralWDivisILon Pct GB
Detroit 27 9 .750 -
Cleveland 19 18 .514 8%
indiana 16 21 .432 11%
Milwaukee 15 20 .429 11%
ChicagoWESTERN ONF2EOREN412 12
Southwest Division
W L Pct GB
Dallas 24 11 .686 -
n Ant is
Houston 19 17 .528 5%
Memphis 10 25 .286 14
Northwest Division
Portland 2W 13 .6P2ct GB
Denver 21 13 .618 %
ahttl 20 1
Minneeota 5 29 .147 16%
Pacific Division
W L Pct GB
hA L ers ...
Golden State 20 16 .556 5
Sacramento 14 20 .412 10
L.A. Clippers 10 22 .313 13
Thursday's Games
r tm9e tS 6 enrbp s 113
Utah 108, Phoenix 86
Friday's Games
Chicago 100, Philadelphia 97
Was ng n 102, Atlan9ta 98, OT
Boston as, New Jersey 77
Cleveland 113, Charlotte 106, 20T
New Orleans 114, Miami 88
Minnesota at Houston, late
Oriando at Denver, late
asu eS kers, late
Memphis at Golden Stataemlate

t to7n, 0 p.m.
Minnesota at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m.
Orlando at Utah, 9 p.m.
Milwaukee at Phoenix, 9 p.rfi.
Indiana at Sacramento, 10 p.m.
Dallas at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m.
Sunday's Games
Portland at Toronto, 12:30 p.m.
Chicago at Atlanta, 2 p.m.
New Orleans at Houston, 2:30 p.m.
Detroit at New York, 7 p.m.
Indiana at Golden State, 9 p.m.
Memphis at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m.
HOCKEY
NHL Standings
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L OT Pts GF GA
New Jersey 25 15 3 53 107 99
Pittsburgh 25 16 2 52 127 116
Philadelphia 22 15 4 48 128 113
N.Y Islanders 20 17 5 45 100 117
N.Y Rangers 20 19 5 45 107 115


Dallas 25 17 4 54 1
San Jose 24 12 6 54 1
Anaheim 23 17 6 52 1
Phoenix 22 19 1 45 1
LosAngeles 1627 2 341
Two points for a win, one point for o
Ioss or shootout loss.
New Jerse"fhursd 's Games
Florida 3, Atlanta 2, So
Philadelphia 6, N.Y Rangers 2
Ottawa 3, Buffalo 2, So
nntrealt5,6B t it25, So
Pittsburgh 4, Tampa Bay 1
St. Louis 4, Dallas 2
Edmonton 5, Phoenix 2
S Ao I n ouver
Friday's Games
Columbus 6, St. Louis 4
Minnesota at Chicago, late
N.Y. Islanders at Calgary, late
Phoenix at Vancoauver, es
Boston at Philadelphia, 1 p.m.
N aes saA m
Detroit at Ottawa, 7 p.m.
Colorado at Carolina, 7 p.m.
Pittsburgh at Atlanta, 7 p.m.
Naashailltea a um ,77ppnm.
Montreal at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m.
Toronto at San Jose, 10 p.m.
Sunday's Games
Philadelphia at Washington, 1 p.m.
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Vancouver at St. Louis, 6 p.m.
N.Y. Islanders at Ottawa, 7 p.m.
San Jose at Anaheim, 8 p.m.
gary aatENdamoni en,88p .


AAU baseball 14U
tryouts Jan. 19

beAh dBase Ipl4U trPyonuts will
Park on Field 3, Saturday, Jan,
19 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For
additional information please call
201-0812.
COHiral CitrMS Little
League registration
The Central Citrus Little League
will be holding signups for its
spring baseball and softball
leagues.
The league is open to boys and
girls between the ages of 5-18 at
Central Ridge Park in Holder. Also,
a birth certificate and proof of resi-
dency will be required at the time
of signup.
The following dates will be avail-
able for signups at the park:
Saturday, Jan. 5 from 10 a.m. to 1
p.m.; Thursday, Jan. 10 from 6-8
p.m.; Saturday, Jan. 12 from 10


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though," Smith said.
The Panthers controlled the
contest practically from the
Opening tip, only trailing 2-0 for
16 seconds before Victor Cortes
drained a long three-pointer
for the game's final lead
change. Lecanto began the
game on an 18-4 run that quick-
ly put the Tiger's pre-game cel-
- -
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Continued from Page 1B

"We're not handling the ball
well," said DeFoor, whose team
improved to 14-3 overall and
10-2 in District 4A-6. "We gave
up way too many offensive
rebounds. When they went
man, I was hoping we'd be able
to get to the rim a little more."
Crystal River had a marked-
ly better showing in the first
half when using the ballhawk-




Continued from Page lB

thanks in large part to two treys
from Miller and seven points
from Candileri. South Sumter
tied the game on a Chelsey
Moffitt free throw but then the
Lady 'Canes swarmed the
Raiders and South Sumter
simply had no answer as Citrus
outscored its opponent 18-3
over the next two quarters.
"There was a lot that you
might say was ugly about this
game but in the end I was
thrilled with our effort tonight,"
Citrus head coach Eli Jackson
explained d'SomaethinghwT v
done lately, specifically in the


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and RHP D.J. Carrasco on minor league
contracts.
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terms with OF Emil Brown on a one-year
contract. Designated OF Danny Putnam
for assignment.
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with LHP Eddie Guardado on a one-year
contract and RHP Jamey Wright and c
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Andy Haines hitting coach for the Marlins
(GCL).


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the Rotary Club of Crystal River sponsor
the festival.
Other weekend highlights include:
a "Frank D'Ambrosio's Broadway," as
part of the Central Florida Community
College Foundation's Performing Arts
Series, on stage at 3 p.m. Sunday at Curtis
Peterson Auditorium in Lecanto. Tickets
are $18 and $20.
m "Assassins," a darkly funny musical,
On stage at 8 p.m. today and 2 p.m. Sunday
at Playhouse 19, 865 N. Suncoast Blvd.,
Crystal River. Tickets are $17 for adults
and $12 for students. For information, call
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to 4 p.m. Sunday-
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the vicinity of the intersection of U.S.
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music, plenty of children's activities, food
vendors, a kayak poker run and manatee
educational displays. Festival hours are 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. today and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday. Admission is $2 per person. Cost
for boat and helicopter touts is addition-
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Find out what all the fuss over sea cows
is about this weekend when the 21st annu-
al Florida Manatee Festival swims into
Crystal River.
Attractions include boat and helicopter
tours to see the underwater mammals,
and plenty of fine art and crafts on display
- with plenty of manatee-inspired pieces
- in the festival grounds around Citrus
Avenue and U.S. 19.
Another highlight is the Sounds Like
Buffett to Me contest in which local Parrot
Heads pick their favorite Jimmy Buffett
tribute artist.
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ate. Maurice Gibb, a member of
the famed disco band the Bee
Gees, died at a Miami Beach hos-
pital at age 53. Former Argentine
military ruler Leopoldo Galtieri died
in Buenos Aires at age 76.
One year ago: Two kidnapped'
boys, Ben Ownby and Shawn
Hornbeck, were found alive in the
same suburban St. Louis apart-
ment four days after Ben van-
ished and 4 1/2 years after Shawn
disappeared. (The boys' abductor,
Michael Devlin, is serving multiple
life terms for kidnapping and sexu-
al assault.) Durham County, N.C.,
District Attorney Mike Nifong
asked to be removed from the
Duke lacrosse rape investigation.
(State prosecutors later exonerat-
ed three suspects.) Larry Stewart,
the anonymous Missouri philan-
thropist known as Secret Santa,
died at age 58.
- Today's Birthdays: Actress
Luise Rainer is 98. Country singer
Ray Price is 82. Singer Glenn
Yarborough is 78. The Amazing
Kreskin is 73. Country singer
William Lee Golden (The Oak
Ridge Boys) is 69. Former heavy-
weight boxing chanipion Joe
Frazier is 64. Singer-musician
George Duke is 62. Rock musician
Cynthia Robinson (Sly and the


Family Stone) is 62. Actor Anthony
Andrews is 60. Movie director
Wayne Wang is 59. Radio com-
mentator Rush Limbaugh is 57. .
Actress Kirstie Alley is 57. Writer
Walter Mosley is 56. Country singer
Ricky Van Shelton is 56. Radio per-
sonality Howard Stem is 54. Rock
musician Tom Ardolino (NRBQ) is
51. Writer-producer-director John
Lasseter is 51. Broadcast journalist
Christiane Amanpour is 50. Rock
musician Charlie Gillingham
(Counting Crows) is 48. Actor
Oliver Platt is 48. Actor Olivier
Martinez is 42. Rock singer Rob
Zombie is 42. Rapper TBird (B-
Rock and the Bizz) is 41. Model
Vendela is 41. Actress Farrah
Forke is 40. Actress Rachael Hanis
is 40. Rock singer Zack de la
Rocha is 38. Rapper Rackwon (WU
Tang Clan) is 38. Singer Dan
Haseltine (Jars of Clay) is 35. Rock
musician Matt Wong (Reel Big
Fish) is 35. Singer Melanie
Chisholm (Spice Girls) is 34.
Rhythm-and-blues singer Amerie is
28. Actor Will Rothhaar is 21. Actor
Andrew Lawrence is 20.
Thought for Today: "Many peo-
ple's tombstones should read,
'Died at 30. Buried at 60.'"-
Nicholas Murray Butler, American
educator (1862-1947).


Today is Saturday, Jan. 12, the
12th day of 2008. There are 354
days left in the year.
Today's Highlight in History:
On Jan. 12, 1948, the Supreme
Court, in Sipuel v. Board of
Regents of University of
Oklahoma, ruled that states could
not discriminate against law-
school applicants on the basis of
race.
On this date:
In 1519, Holy Roman Emperor
Maximilian I died.
In 1773, the first public museum
in America was organized, in
Charleston, S.C.
In 1915, the U.S. House of
Representatives rejected a pro-
posal to give women the right to
vote.
In 1932, Hattie W. Caraway
became the first woman elected to
the U.S. Senate, after serving out
the remainder of the term of her
late husband.
In 1942, President Franklin D.
Roosevelt re-established the
National War Labor Board.
In 1945, during World War II,
Soviet forces began a huge, suc-
cessful offensive against the
Germans in Eastern Europe.
In 1966, President Lyndon
Johnson said in his State of the


Union address that the U.S.
should stay in South Vietnam until
Communist aggression there was
ended.
in 1976, mystery writer Dame
Agatha Christie died in
Wallingford, England, at age 85.
in 1986, the shuttle Columbia
blasted off with a crew that includ-
ed the first Hispanic-American in
space, Dr. Franklin R. Chang-
Diaz.
'In 1987, Anglican Church envoy
Terry Waite arrived in Lebanon on
his latest mission to win the
release of Western hostages;
however, Waite ended up being
taken captive himself.
Ten years ago: Nineteen
European nations signed a treaty
in Paris opposing human cloning.
CBS signed a $4 billion, eight-year
deal to televise American Football
Conference games on Sunday
afternoons; Fox signed a $4.4 bil-
lion, eight-year contract to contin-
ue showing National Football
Conference games on Sunday
aftemoons.
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shareholders for AOL Time
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A First United Methodist
Church of Dunnellon UMW
spaghetti dinner today at
Friendship Hall, 21501 W. Highway
40. Seatings at 4:30 and 5:30 p.m.
Advance adult tickets $6; children
10 and younger $3; adult tickets at
the door $7. Dinner includes all-
you-can-eat spaghetti with meat
sauce, salad, garlic bread, dessert
and coffee or tea. Proceeds will be'
used for mission projects. Call
(352) 489-4026.
5 PIzza and Victor Borge: The
men of Faith Lutheran Church will
host pizza night with Robert Doxie
giving his rendition of Victor Borge
at 5 p.m. today. Anyone can attend-
'Tickets can be purchased from 9
a.m. to noon at the church office
for $6 for adults and $3 for children
12 and younger. Call 527-3325.
5 Unity Church of Citrus
County Women of Unity's juicing
class at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan.
19. Bring a dish to share and enjoy
a time of learning and fellowship.
5 Floral City United Methodist
Church's first chicken and bis-
cult dinner of the new year is
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Editor's note: Nancy
Kennedy is taking a mental
vacation this week This col-
umn ran in the Chronicle
about eight years ago.
My friend Shelley in
Georgia has a friend
who thinks I lied in
one of my books, or at least
that I made something up.
' Shelley, being a writer
herself, knows that all writ-
ers (and most preachers) tell
stories to illustrate truth.
Sometimes the stories are
their own; sometimes they
belong to others.
Even Jesus told stories.
However, Shelley's friend
thinks if something's printed
on dbes dofb b k we
truth.
The story that Shelley's
friend thinks I lied about
involves trying to fend off,
and then succumbing to, the
seductive wiles of an entire
tube of chocolate chip cook-
ie dough.
Shelley's friend didn't
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BRIAN LaPETER/Chronicle


Local malicidsm, clry come together to


chr2nz out a rootry brand ofpraise music


NANCY KENNEDY
nkennedy@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
They differ in minor points of
theology, but when the mem-
bers of Annie & Tim's United
Bluegrass Gospel Band pick up
their instruments and start picking
and strumming and singing about
the God they love, their differences
fly away.
Combined, they are from St.
Anne's Episcopal Church ("Annie"),
St. Timothy Lutheran Church
("Tim") and Crystal River United
Methodist Church ("United"), all in
Crystal River.
Band members include the three


David Gill, Methodist pastor, on
banjo.
Also in the band are Methodist
guitarist Peter Holmes-Ray,
Lutheran double bass player Rick
Johnson and Episcopal guitar play-
er Victor Hernandez.
The band will be performing a
benefit concert and bluegrass sing-
a-long at 7 p.m. Sunday at St.
Timothy Lutheran Church, 1070 N.
Suncoast Blvd., Crystal River.
Proceeds will go toward the schol-
arship fund to benefit the youth of
St. Timothy. An offering will be
taken at the concert.
During a recent practice to the
sweet strains of the mandolin, the
band sang of the "deep settled


peace in (their) soul."
"I've been redeemed and made
whole. I've been washed by the
blood of the Lamb, and I know I
understand that deep, settled
peace in my soul," they sang.
That's one of their favorite songs,
Holmes-Ray said. "Those are pow-
erful words. A lot of the songs are
like that."
Another favorite is "Prayer Bells
of Heaven" that goes:
"Prayer bells of heaven, oh how
sweetly they ring, bearing a mes-
sage unto Jesus our king. When you
are burdened down with sorrows
and care, ring on and on for God
Please see GOSPEL/Page 7C


...


NANCY KENNEDY
nkennedy@
chronicleoniane.com
Chronicle
In America, the freedom of
religion is the freedom to agree
to disagree with those whose
views differ from ours.
This Sunday the public is


invited to hear and later ask
questions of two guest speak-
ers at the annual World
Religion Day event, sponsored
by the Interfaith Council of
Citrus County.
The program is at 2 p.m.
Sunday at Unity Church of
Citrus County, 2628 W.
Woodview Lane, Lecanto.


Admission is free.
Guest speakers include
BrianNormanComparative
Religions instructor at Central
Florida Community College,
and Dr. Jay Mohindra, from
Chicago, who will be repre-
senting the Baha'i faith.
Norman will speak on
"Religion, Exclusivity and


True Tolerance."
"My goal is to challenge peo-
pletothinkabouteachofthose
words and walk away with a
more accurate definition and a
clear understanding of them,"
he said.
A question and answer peri-
Please see RELIGION/Page 2C


g WHAT: World Religion
Day.
M WHEN: 2 p:m. Sunday.
8 WHERE: Unity Church of
Citrus County, 2628 W.
Woodview Lane, Lecanto.
$ COST: Admission to the
event is free,


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Calendar of EVbENT1S


beans, tossed salad, dessert and
beverage for a donation of $7. Call
the church office at 344-1771. The
church is at 8478 E. Marvin St.
5 Hernando United Methodist
Men's fish fry from 4 to 7 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 1, with the profits
going to the Mt. Zion AME Church
to help with its roof repairs and
other needs. Menu includes fried
ish, hushpuppies, fnes or gnts,
slaw, drink and dessert for $7 for
adults, 3.50 for teens. Children 12
and younger eat free.
M Christian Women's Club of
Homosassa monthly brunch at 9
a.m. the second Tuesday monthly
in the Southern Woods Country
Club. All ladies invited. The brunch
is $10, which usually includes
entertainment, an interesting
speaker and a presentation (such
as a fashion show, craft demon-
strations, how to apply makeup,
etc.) and door prizes. For reserva-
tions, call Chita at 382-2989.
Special eventS
8 Church of Christ meets at
304 N.E. 5th St., Crystal River.
Bible classes are available by
appointment at 10 a.m. Sunday
and 7 p.m. Wednesday. The
Sunday worship service is at 11
a.m. Call 795-4943 or 563-0056 for


information. The Church of Christ
area sing is at 2:30 p.m. Sunday,
Jan. 20 at Homosassa Church of
Christ, 3750 S. Missouri Drive,
Homosassa. Everyone is invited to
learn the truths of the Bible, partici-
pate in singing hymns, and enjoy
fellowship.
5 Good Shepherd I..utheran
Church Sunday worship services
at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. The church
welcomes its new pastor, the Rev.
Kenneth C. Blyth, from
Baldwinsvile, N.Y. Fellowship fol-
lows both worship services.
Hearing devices, large-print music
and cassette tapes of the service
are free. A nursery attendant is pro-
vided for children ages 3 and
younger. Youth studies at 8:30 a.m.
Church is on County Road 486
opposite Citrus Hills Boulevard in
Hernando. Call 746-7161.
5 Nature Coast Unitarian
Universalist Fellowship services
are at 2149 Norvell Bryant
Highway (County Road 486).
Sunday's speaker is the Rev. Mary
Louise DeWolf, whose topic is
"Justice, Equity and Compassion in
Human Relations." Refreshments
and discussion with the speaker
will follow the service. Call 465-
5646 or visit ncuu.org.
5 St. Timothy Lutheran


Church MOST and WELCA
"Granny's Attic" from 8 a.m. to 1
p.m. today at 1070 N. Suncoast
Blvd. (U.S. 19), Crystal River
There are small household items,
books, crafts and supplies, white
elephants, collectibles, and baked
goods. Lunch available.
5 First Presbyterian Church of
Inverness has one worship service
at 10 a.m. Sunday as it launches
its Capital Fund Campaign. It will
be broadcast on WRZN. A congre-
gation fellowship brunch will follow.
"Saints Alivel" luncheon at 11:30
a.m. Wednesday and WOW dinner
at 6 p.m. (Tickets $5. Children 18
and younger eat free). Dinner
reservations required. Mast
Brothers gospel concert follows at
7 p.m. Love offering received,
Praise Kids lock-in sleepover at 7
p.m. Friday. To register, call Denise
at 637-0770. Church golf scramble
today at noon at Citrus Hills Golf
and Country Club. Call Al at 637-
0118 or Frank at 341-2484.
H Faith Baptist Church revival
services with the Kistler family at
11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday and 7
p.m. Monday through Thursday at
6918 S. Spartan Ave. (one mile
from U.S. 19, off Cardinal Street).
Call 628-4793.
a Bethel Baptist Church of


Hernando revival meetings Jan.
16-20 at 2289 N. McGee Drive (on
south side of County Road 486,
two miles west of Hernando).
Meetings at 7 p.m. weeknights and
10 and 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday.
Preaching by father-and-son team
Dan Hawtree and Daniel Hawtree
Jr., evangelists, and special music
by Pat Hawtree. Call 726-1095.
5 Faith Lutheran Church in
Lecanto offers a Saturday evening
church program for kids in grades
kindergarten through high school,
from 5 to 7 p.m. the first and third
Saturday. In the style of vacation
Bible school, the program includes
activities, snacks and Bible les-
sons. The church also offers a
Saturday evening worship service
at 5 on the first and third
Saturday. The church is at 935 S.
Crystal Glen Drive, Lecanto. Call
the church office at 527-3325.
A Ocala-Temple Beth Shalom
of Ocala, at 1109 NE 8th Ave.,
held a special service of installa-
tion at 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 4. Martin
Schwartz was installed as the new
president of the congregation
together with the incoming 2008
Board of Directors. A festive Oneg
Shabbat reception followed the
Please see EVENTS/Page 2C


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BENEFIT CONCERT
8 Annie & Tim's United
Bluegrass Gospel Band will be
performing a benefit concert
and bluegrass sing-a-long at 7
p.m. Sunday at St. Timothy
L(ifieran"Church, 1070 N.
Suncoast Blvd., Crystal River.
Proceeds will go toward the
scholarship fund to benefit the
youths of St. Timothy. An offer-
ing will be taken at the concert.
churches' pastors: the Rev. Kevin
Holsapple, rector from St. Anne's,
on mandolin; the Rev. David
Bradford, pastor of St. Timothy
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10:30am
Thurs.NightPrayer
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1160 N. Dunkenfield Ave.
705-6720
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EPIscOPAL
CHURCH (Anglican)
Rector: Fr. Kevin G. Holsa le
Biblical
Sacramental
Spiritual
Sunday Masses: 8:00 a.m.
10:15a.m.
MorningPrayer&DailyMasses
1 mile west of Plantation Inn
9870 West Fort Island Trail
Crystal River
352-795-2176
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10540 W. Yulee Drive Homosassa
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ELCA
1070 N. Suncoast Blvd.,
Crystal River
795-5325
Saturday Informal Worship
5:00pm
Sunday Worship
7:30am, 8:30am and 11:00am
Sunday School
All Ages & Adults
10:00am
Nursery Provided
Active Youth Program
Rev. David S. Bradford, Pastor
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9:30 a Praise &
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Nursery Available at all Services
Youth Fellowship
4:30 p.m.
Kid's Club
4:30 p.m.
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352-564-8565
9592 W. Deep Woods
Crystal River, FL 34428
(North of U.S.19 on
Citrus Ave.
Approximately 2 miles,
west on Deep Woods)

Sunday Morning
Bible Study 9:30 A.M.
'VorsMp 10:30 A.M.

Sunday Evening
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6:00 P.M.

Wednesday Evening
Bible Study
7:00 P.M.

Evangelists:
Melvin Curry
David Curry

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563-3209

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First United
Method ist
Church
A Stephen Ministry Church
8831 W. Bradshaw St.
Homosassa
West of US 19
(take Yulee Dr. at Burger K1ng)
Rev. Mark Whittaker

628-4083
www.1 umc.org
Traditional Worship:
8:00 A.M., 9:30 A.M. & 11:00 A.M.
Nursery at All Sunday Services

Sunday School for
AII Ages: 9:30 A.M.
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Suadays 8:00a 9:30
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(3 yr. old 5th Grade)




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Crnals ChuNTY (FL) CHRONicu
Church of Floral City Sunday
school classes at 9:45 a.m.,
Sunday worship services at 11
a.m. and 6 p.m. Wednesday
evening service at 7. Graded
classes for all ages offered during
Sunday school, Sunday morning
and Wednesday evening services.
Nurse available for a es 3 and
younger during all services.
Church is at 9850 S. Parkside
Ave., Floral City. Call 726-0360.
5 Faith Baptist Church Sunday
school classes at 9:45 a.m. fol-
lowed by worship at 11 a.m. and 6
p.m. Bible study and prayer meet-
ing at 7 p.m. Wednesday with
Please see EVENTS/Page 5C


The local Interfaith Council
was formed in the early 1990s
as a vehicle for promoting edu-
cation, respect and under-
standing of the various reli-
gions through discussions,
conferences and public meet-
ings.
The current president is
Mike Gudis.
In addition to World
Religion Day, each year the
council hosts a fall
Thanksgiving service and a
spring musical event.
This year's event is slated for
2 p.m. Sunday, April 6, and will
be held at Our Lady of Grace
Catholic Church in Beverly
Hills.


Church announces the following
for January. Sunday services are
at 8 and 10:30 a.m. Sunday school
classes meet at 9 a.m. The Kids
Club meets from 4 to 6 p.m.
Sunday in Hilton Hall (all kids wel-
come). Light supper served follow-
ing the meeting. The Methodist
Women meet at 9:30 a.m. Monday
in Burkett Hall. The Bible study
group meets from 10 to 11 a.m.
Tuesday with leader Dr George
Mitchell in Burkett Hall. Call the
church office at 344-1771. The
church is at 8478 E. Marvin St.
8 Faith Lutheran Church is at
935 S Crystal Glen Drive in the
Crystal Glen subdivision in
Lecanto. The celebration of Holy


Communion is at 8:30 a.m. the first
and third Sunday, at 11 a.m. the
second and fourth Sunday, and at
6 p.m. the first and third Saturday
Youths of all ages are invited to
church school from 5 to 7 p.m. the
first and third Saturday Adult Bible
classes are at 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Call 527-3325.
M First Christian Church of
Homosassa Springs Bible school
classes for all ages at 9:30 a.m.
Sunday followed by morning wor-
ship and children's church at
10:30. Evening worship at 6 p.m.
Sunday. Wednesday meal at 6
p.m. followed by Bible study and
youth meeting at 7.
M New Testament Baptist


* Powerful Praise & Worship
* Nursery & "Kids Church
* Youth Program
* Food Pantry


Wednesday 7pm

795-LIFE
(5433)
www.ubundantlifecitrus.org


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od will follow the speakers'
presentations.
World Religion Day was
started in 1950 in the United
States by members of the
Baha'i faith as a way to foster
understanding and communi-
cation between followers of all
religions. It's now celebrated
around the world.
Citrus County began its
observance in 1989 with a
panel discussion by leaders of
the various religions in the
county.


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service. Temple Beth Shalom wel-
comes those of the Jewish faith,
interfaith families and anyone Inter
ested in Judaism. Call (352) 624-
3499
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5 First Presbytenan Church of
Crystal River will have an Informal
reception for the congregation to
meet its Interim pastor, the Rev.
Alan Chaves and his wife, Joan,
kom 3 to 5 p.m. today The Rev.
Caves will conduct the worship
service Sunday.
5 Floral City United Methodist


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Lifting Up Jesus
8545 Magnolia
726-4296
Sunday Schedule
9:30 AM Sunday School
10:45 AM Traditional Worship
6:00 PM Worship
Wednesday
7:00 PM
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Church
8478 East Marvin St.
(across from Floral City School]
Sund School
Sunday Worship Services
8:00 A.M. & 10:30 A.M.
Bible Study
Tuesday. 10:00 A.M.
"We strive to make
newcomers feel at home.
Wheel Chair Access
Nursery Available
Rev. Steven Todd Riddle
Church 344-1771
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Homosussa Springs
Rev. Wm. LaVerle Coats

SUNDAY SCHOOL:9:45 am
WORSHIP:0:W am & 6 pm
WEDNESDAY
WORSHIP: ? pm
YOUTH: 6:30pm
Independent & Fundamental
On Spartan 1/2 mile from U.S. 19
off Cardinal 628-4793


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The Nazarene
A Place to Belong

2101 N. Flonda Ave.
Hernando FL

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YOUTH
*SINGLES
*SENIORS

Sunday School
9:45 A.M,
Praise & Worship
10:40 A.M.
Praise Service
6:00P.M.
PFQiSe & Prayer
(Wed.) 7:00 P.M

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8:30 & 10:30 AM.
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* Holy Communion
Celebrated Weekly


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Real Life
Christian Church

Real Life Christian Church
invites you to come
worship with us.
"[OSe the rehglan.::
find a relationship
Worship & Celebration at 10:30 AM
Quality childcare is provided.
RLCC temporarily uses the
Seventh Day Adventist Church
tacated at l eso Trucks Ave, Hernando
563-UFE (5433)
reallife@mindspring.com
atcc isr no inanonal
Bible believing Church


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Se rvi ces

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NATURE COAST
UNITARIAN
UNIVERSALISTS
FELLOWSHIP
Oak Tree Plaza
2149 Hwy. 486, Lecanto
(1 Mile East of Hwy. 491)



SUNDAY SERVICES
10:30 A.M.
WHERERFASONatREUGIONMEET
ALL ARE WELCOME
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HOMOSASSASPRINGS
CHRISTIAN
CENTER CHURCH
7961 W. Green Acres. St.,
Homosassa Springs
Marcus Rooks, Sr. Pastor
Rev.WF.ToddPastor
Emeritus retired
628-5076

N GROVER CLEVELAND
ENACRES
Location: US 19 At Green Acres
Street SouthofHomosassa Springs

, Christian Education
9:30am
2 Contemporary
Service
10:30am
2 Wednesday S
(nursery provided)

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Savior by shepherding
people into a meaningful
relationshipwithGod

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(3 2) s12T9900
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EscuelaDominical..9:30AM
Adoraci6n................10:15 AM
Martes......................9:30AM
Midrcoles...................7:00 PM
Dr.TeddyAponte& Hayi
Aponte, Pastores
3220( 0 a use Hwy.
352-341-5100


Shepherd of the Hills
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Our mission is to be
a beacon of faith
known for engaging
all perSons in the
love and truth of
Jesus Christ.
The Rev. Ladd K.Harris
Priest in Charge
527-0052
Services:
Saturday
5:00 pm
Sunday
8:00 & 10:00 am
Adult Christian
Formation
9:00 am
Healing Service
Wednesday

2s..w.sirvo onPny.(CR486)
IsecantoFlorida
(4/10 mile east of CR 491)


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Grace Bible
Church

5 .
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Sunday
9:30 AM...............Discovery Time
11:00 AM..............Praise & Worship
6:00 PM................Evening Service
Monday
6:15 PM................Teens
Tuesday
6:15 PM........Awana (Sept.- Apr.)
Wednesday
7:00PM................BibleStudy &
Prayer Meeting
Pastor: Rev.Ray
Herriman
(352) 628-5631
Men & Ladies Bible Studies, TOPS,
Infant & Toddler NurserY
IV2 mi.east of US.19
6382 W.Green Acres St.
HomoTss3L.13%7-1067
www.gracebiblehomosassa.org
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"A Sqli Sanctuary for Children and Families
2125 E.Norvell Bryant Hwy.(486)
(10 miles front ilwy.41)
For information call
(352) 726-7245
Sunday School
8:45 AM 9:30 AM
FellOwship
9:30 AM
Worship Service
anistries and scoviso men, ages
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Church of Christ
Floral City, Florida
Located at Marvin &
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the true New Testament
Christian Faith.
Sunday Bible Study
9:30 a.m.
Sunday Worship
0:30 a.m. & 6:00 p.m.
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6:00 p.m.
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Pastor: Kevin & Ruth Ballard
Sunday Schedule:
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CHURCH OF CHUST
3875 SePI ntLGr Rd.

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Sharon Seagle. Revelation Bible
study continues at 11:30 a.m.
Thursday in the Youth room with
teacher Jo Woody. Daniel Beth
Moore Bible Study in room 183 at
5:45 p.m. Wednesday with facilita-
tor Sharon Seagle, or 9:30 a.m
Thursday with facilitators Lauren
Shipp and Kathy Shouse (preregis-
ter on sign-up sheets through
Sunday). Creative memories
scrap-booking class with certified
Creative Memories instructor Gerry
Meyer at 9:30 a.m. Friday in the
Youth room preregisterr on sign-up
sheets in foyer and office). Money
management class at 5:45 p.m
Wedn d
HFM Families and Friends
of Real Adults) meets the second
Friday monthly at the Key Training
Center in Inverness at 130 Heights
Ave. Social time and business
meeting at 9 is followed by a guest
speaker at 10 a.m., who will
d siss pertaibl d. Ron
at 382-7819.
5 Temple Beth Shalom will
host special guest, Israeli artist and
Israel Army veteran Shimon Smith
on Friday in observance of
Shabbat Shira (Sabbath of Song).
Sabbath services, led by Rabbi
Samuel Dov Berman, will start at
77d30ap edaby iti sNpew
Jersey and moved to Israel when
he was 6. He has a unique view
of Israel as a professional musician
eds tat ns it lor t es
& Rock 'n' Roll." The Temple is at
1109 N.E. 8th Ave, Ocala. The
evening will conclude with an
bbaShh)adbebs ee thCeF
sponsoring in honor of Israel's 60th
TNh Ceean ris tFhle Jewi iC'ouncil
evening is the first of many events
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Israel's special anniversary and
will be followed by their Fourth
Annual Cantorial Concert at the
Appleton Museum of Art, titled
"Israel @ 60, Melodies of Milk &
Honey," on March 9.
This event is free and open to
the community. No reservations
needed. Call 624-3499. A member
congregation of the Union for
'f al kg nds,
interfaith families and those inter-
ested in Judaism.
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"Waniors" for grades 6 through 12
and "King's Kids" for K-5 grades
from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Church is at
6918 S. Spartan Ave. (one mile
from U.S. 19, off Cardinal Street).
Call 628-4793.
5 Living Word of Faith
Church, on Cason Boulevard in
Inglis, offers Sunday school class-
es at 10 a.m. and Sunday evening
worship at 6. Everyone is wel-
come. Jessie Lolley is the pastor.
Call 621-7260 for information.
5 Crystal River Church of
Christ Bible study classes for all
ages at 10 a.m. Sunday. Worship
services at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Bible study at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday. Church is next to the
Credit Union on State Road 44,
one block east of U.S. 19. Call
79 -8U8ntyolrn alit2h evotionalat
10 a.m. Sunday at C's Italian
Express, 1916 U.S. 19, Crystal
River. All faiths welcome.
Refreshments served. Call 795-
5555.
5 Heritage Baptist Church
services led by Pastor David
Hamilton, at 2 Civic Circle, Beverly
Hil .CCh ils L6u111 n Church
services led by the Rev. Paul R.
Meseke, senior pastor, at 475
rth3 en7u9e6- t, Brooksville.
tor@clcfla.org. Visit w licfl rg.
5 Hernando United Methodist
Church Women's mission study,
"God's Mission God's Song,"
f 9n nt 1 Mon y. All
lunch. Dessert and drinks fur-
dr ta no or I nof usic
in the mission of the church.
ChTr sis 5 1. rveTI1ryant
Highway (County Road 486),
Hernando. Call 726-7245
5 First Presbyterian Church
of Crystal River MOPS (Mothers
of Preschoolers) meeting from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m. the third Tuesday
monthly in the church's Webster
fellowship hall at 1501 S.E. U.S.
19. Young mothers of children from
infancy through kindergarten are
ov dstter b tti rtohv ed
during the meeting. Call 795-2596
or visit www.mops.org.
5 First Baptist Church of
Inverness activities: Ladies exer-
cise class at 5:45 p.m. Tuesday in


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tions and bring your own table.
W Stepping out Ministry of
First United Methodist Church of
Inverness trip to Gatlinburg/
Pigeon Forge, Tenn., on April 3 to
10, 2008. Church is at 3896 S.
Pleasant Grove Road, Call Carole
Fletcher for prices and information
at 860-1932.
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5 Hernando Church of the
Nazarene upcoming concerts
include: "Triumphant Quartet" at 7
p.m. Wednesday; "Ernie Couch &
Revival" at 6 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 10;
"His Song" and "Reign Song," at 6
p.m. Sunday, March 30. Church is
at 2101 N. Florida Ave., Hernando.
Call 726-6144-
5 Light Shine presents its
schedule of events:
Royal City Family Ministries
musical presentation at 2 p.m.
Sunday, Jan. 20, at BHRAC.
"The History of Two Florida
Fishing Villages: A Film on Change
and Development," at 4 p.m.
Sunday, Feb. 10, at BHRAC pre-
sented by Dr. Michael Jepson,
marine anthropologist at University
of Florida.
"Spiritual Renaissance Singers
- A History of the African-
American Spiritual," at 4 p.m.
Sunday, March 9, at BHRAC, pre-
sented by Tampa choral ensemble
inspired by Fisk Jubilee Singers
and Hall Johnson Singers-
Center Stage Band presents
afternoon of dancing to the sound
of Big Band music at 4 p.m-
Sunday, April 13, at BHRAC.
All events are free admission
unless noted otherwise. Events
sponsored by Shepherd of the Hills
Episcopal Church on County Road
486 east of C.R. 491-
SHARE
5 Hernando SHARE Florida
Food Network Program at
Hernando Civic Club, 3848 E.
Parsons Point Road, diagonally
across the street from the
Hernando Post Office. "D-Day"


(distribution and sign-up) is
Saturday, Jan. 19, from 9 to 10
a.m. On "D-Day" phone lines are
available from 8:30 to10 a.m. Call
860-0225 or one of the cell phone
numbers. Food packages must be
claimed during the 9 to10 a.m.
hour. The Civic Club does not
have space to store food pack-
ages. Unclaimed packages will be
donated to a needy family. Call
Roberta at 860-0831, Terry at 726-
9981 or Margaret at (352) 465-
7203.
5 Floral City United Methodist
Church SHARE food program. To
sign up for food packages, call the
church office at 344-1771.Next
SHARE pickup is from 10 to 11:30
a.m. Saturday, Jan. 19, in Hilton
Hall.
A Peace Lutheran Church
SHARE, 4 miles north of
Dunnellon on U.S. 41. Call James
Spiegelberg at (352) 489-5249.
A First United Methodist
Church SHARE, 8831 W.
Bradshaw St., Homosassa. Call
382-1084 or 628-9942.
5 Floral City United Methodist
Church SHARE, 8545 E. Magnolia
St. Call 344-1771.
5 Our Lady of Grace Church
SHARE, 6 Roosevelt Blvd.,
Beverly Hills. Call Anna at 527-
2381 or Peggy at 746-7942.
Distribution and sign-up is from
9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan,
19, at the Parish Life Center. Sign-
up is from 1 to 2 p.m. Thursday,
Feb. 7. Distribution and sign-up is
Saturday, Feb. 23.
5 North Oak Baptist Church
SHARE, 9324 N. Elkcam Blvd.,
Citrus Springs. Call (352) 489-1688
or 746-1500.
AnnouncementS
5 Crosspoints program at 7
a.m. Sunday, 3 p.m. Monday and
9:30 p.m. Tuesday on WYKE TV
47, channel 16 on Bright House
and Adelphia. Roy Zachry and
Suzanne Koerner bring a program
centering around the praise and
worship in King David's tabernacle
and the events that occurred at the


dedication of the temple in King
Solomon's time.
5 Golden Agers meet at 11
a.m. the second Tuesday monthly
at First Baptist Church of Floral
City. Ages 50 and older welcome to
enjoy fun, fellowship and meeting
new friends. Speaker or program
followed by potluck luncheon at
noon. Every third month, the group
goes out for lunch or a trip. Not a
church-related program. Yearly
dues are $2. Call 726-4296.
A Little Vines Day Care offers
daycare for toddlers (ages 1 and
2) and preschool (ages 3 through
5), as well as before- and after-
school care in a Christian environ-
ment. Children who go to
Inverness Primary School will be
able to take a school bus to and
from Little Vines Day Care. Call
726-2875. The day care is at the
south side of Vineyard Christian
Fellowship Church, at 960 U.S. 41,
Inverness.
5 "Beyond Grief," a Christian
support group for widows and wid-
owers sponsored by Gulf To Lake
Church, meets from 1 to 2 p.m. the
third Tuesday monthly at the
Ministry Complex across the street
from the church on State Road 44
in Crystal River. All are welcome.
Call Janice at 527-6441 or the
church office at 795-8077.
W Faith Baptist Church scrap-
booking club meets from 6 to 9
p.m. Tuesday in the fellowship
hall, 6918 S. Spartan Ave.,
Homosassa. Call Sharon at 628-
4360 or Carolyn at 382-7868.
A Helping Hands Thrift Store,
a ministry of Our Lady of Fatima
Catholic Church, is open from 9:30
a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through
Saturday at 5164 S. Florida Ave.,
in the Heath Mini Storage Units.
Call 726-2660.
5 Al-Anon: Courage A-Anon
Family Group meets at First
United Methodist Church, 88831
Bradshaw St., Homosassa. For
day and time, call 270-3827.
5 Meals on Wheels program at
First Presbyterian Church of
Inverness needs volunteer drivers


one to two hours weekly to deliver
noontime meals. Call Fran at 726-
0350.
5 Unity Church of Citrus
County Metaphysical Bookstore
is open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Monday through Saturday. "The
Secret," and "Complaint Free
Bracelets," as seen on Oprah, are
available. Call 746-1270.
5 First United Methodist
Church of Inverness support
groups: Divorce Recovery at 7
p.m. Tuesday; Grief Share at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday; Living Single
Again at 7 p.m. Thursday. In
Room No. 1 at the church, 3896 S.
Pleasant Grove Road (two miles
south ofApplebee's), Inverness.
Call 344-4612 or 726-2522.
5 Our Lady of Grace Church
in Beverly Hills Catholic
Charities Respite Care Program
has openings for persons in the
early stages ofAlzheimer's disease
or related dementia disorders, from
12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Call (800) 242-9012, Ext. 22.
5 First Baptist Church of
Hernando puppet ministry meets
at 6 p.m. the first and third
Thursday monthly at 3790 E.
Parsons Point Road.
M Unity Church of Citrus
County teen talk and family
game nights at 5 p.m. Thursday.
at 2628 W. Woodview Lane,
Beverly Hills. Call 746-1270.
5 Good Shepherd Lutheran
Church Caregivers Ministn;
respite care from 12:30 to 4 p.m.
Friday. Loved ones are enter-
tained with singing, trivia, games,
exercise, etc. Church is on County
Road 486 in Citrus Hills. Call 746-
7161 for an application.
5 Inverness Fimt Church of
God gospel jubilees at 6 p.m. the
last Saturday monthly at 5510 E.
Jasmine Lane. Call 726-4524.
Live & learn
5 Watercolor classes begin
Wednesday from 9 a.m. to noon at
First Presbyterian Church of Crystal
River Call the church office at 795-
2259 to register All are welcome.


5 All are invited to attend a five- >
week course on "Holistic Health ,
Principles," facilitated by Dr. Ed
Dodge and the Rev. Lauri Gist
from 10 a.m. to noon Saturdays,
Jan. 26 through Feb. 23. Dr.
Dodge will present a series of lec-
tures detailing the principles of
healthy living and the Rev. Gist will
demonstrate how to prepare deli-
cious meals based on those princi-
ples. Call 746-1270.
5 "Living in God's Presence:
A Study of Psalms," at 7 p.m.
Wednesday led by the Rev. Craig
S. Davies at First Presbyterian
Church of invemess. Also, confir- 1
nation class, led by Associate
Pastor Dustin Sedlak and Director
of Education Ministries Denise
Putnam. Call 637-0770.
H Book study on "A More 7
Excellent Way"-"Spiritual Roots
of Disease-Pathways to
Wholeness," at 9:30 a.m. and 7
p.m. Tuesday at Little House,
4929 Shady Acres Drive,
Inverness. Call Carrie at (352) 400-
5129 or Mary at 637-1197.
a "Shakespeare Alive" at 6
p.m. Wednesday every two weeks
at First Presbyterian Church of
Crystal River, 1502 Suncoast
Parkway, Crystal River. Read
Shakespeare's plays for fun and
enjoyment. Call Bob Brown at 795-
5534 or the church at 795-2259.
5 "Morning Manna" Bible
study and prayer fellowship from
6:30 to 8 a.m. Monday through
Friday at Little House Fellowship,
4929 Shady Acres Drive,
Inverness. Come for a cup of cof-
fee, a prayer request or stay for the
Bible study. All welcome. Questions
encouraged. Coffee and snacks
provided. Walking exercise classes
at 6:30 p.m. Monday with classes
to be added on response. An
accredited Bible discipleship train-
ing course is also offered. No cost !
for materials, and refreshments
provided. Call Joe Hupchick at
726-9998.
5 First Presbyterian Church of

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Welcome, Father Ron!


































Special to the Chronicle
On Nov. 9, 2006, Father David Banks, the longtime pastor of St. Thomas the Apostle Church, died suddenly. The next day, Bishop
Lynch sent Father Vince Morton, who had retired from St. Benedict Catholic Church in Crystal River, to fill in until a new pastor
could be appointed. On July 1, Father Ron arrived and the parishioners of St. Thomas Catholic Church could finally say "Habemus
Father Ron!" The church recently had a "Welcome Father Ron!" party to celebrate him and the blessings he has brought to the
parish. ABOVE: Sharon Bassing and Susan Pistone give Father Ron a treat. : Mike Caropolo testing out Father Ron's cake.


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Council of Catholic Women
Tricky Tray" fundraiser on
Saturday, Jan. 19. in the Parish
Life Center, 6 Roosevelt Blvd.
Beverly Hills. Doors open at 10
a.m. Drawings begin at 11:30 a.m.
Event features baskets with con.
tents valued at $25 or more, raffles
and money trees. Proceeds go to
charity. Call Bemita Becker at 344-
0235 or Norma Hedin at 746-0928.
5 "Day at the Races" on
Tuesday, Jan. 22, sponsored by
the Men's Association of St.
Elizabeth Ann Seton Church in
Citrus Springs. The group's third
annual trip to Tampa Bay Downs
for an exciting day of thoroughbred
horseracing. Includes round-trip
bus transportation from the church
parking lot, entry fee and reserved
seating in the clubhouse, racing
program and a buffet lunch, all for
$42 per person. For ticket reserva-
tions, call C. Taylor at 746-5584 or
Lloyd Manning at (352) 489-0289.
5 St. Elizabeth Ann Seton's
Council of Catholic Women's
annual "Elite Repeat" used cloth-
ing sale is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 2, at the St.
Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish Center
on Country Club Boulevard in
Citrus Springs. Bargains on next-
to-new men's, women's and chil-
dren's clothing, a jewelry counter,
and "The Boutique" featuring cloth-
ing a step above the regular bar-
gains.
5 Americans United for
Separation of Church and State
(Nature Coast Chapter) will meet at
4 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19, at Lakes
Region Library, 1511 Druid Road,
Inverness. Call 726-9112.
5 Hernando United Methodist
Church's "Sell your own treas-
ures event" from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 23. This communi-
ty event features a flea market,
blood mobile, children's IDs, hot-
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will answer your prayer.
"That's an old-timey one, but
people like it," Bradford said.
Bluegrass music, a blend of
old-time music, blues, ragtime
and jazz, can be traced back to
the early l940s to Bill Monroe's
band, The Blue Grass Boys.
Gospel music is just that -
music that focuses on the
gospel, or Christian faith and
theology. Mountain gospel,
which came from the Southern


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Inverness after-school program
at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday for middle-schoolers
requiring help with school studies.
Call Denise at 637-0770.
8 North Oak Baptist Church in
Citrus Springs offers a Greek
class for anyone interested in
gaming Biblical Koine Greek,
Accidence, Syntax, and how to
translate. The 37-week class is free
and is from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday.
or information or to sign up, call
(352) 489-1699 or 746-1500.
W St. Timothy Lutheran
Church Ladies prayer group from
@:30 to 10 a.m. Tuesday in the fel-
lowship hall at 1070 N. Suncoast
(Blvd., Crystal River. Call 795-5325.
5 St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
Catholic Church in Citrus
Springs Bible Share class at 6:30
6.m. Tuesday at the church office.
The class reads Samuel 1. Call
Marcy at (352) 489-0018.
5 Heartbeat of God Ministries
of Crystal River school of min-
istry training sessions from 6:30 to
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Crystal
River High School, 1205 N.E. 8th
Ave. Cost is $25 per month. E-
mail: refreshing times@
botmail.com.
gM St. Benedict Catholic
Church Catholic faith sessions
ht 6 p.m. Wednesday in Hilgert
Hall.
M Vineyard Christian
Fellowship Wednesday Bible
teaching by Pastor Kevin Ballard
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even the one about the cookie
exchange, I may have. On the
other hand, a writer generally
writes about what she knows.
I know about temptation and
slippery spots and falling into
sin. I also know the clasp of a
Father's hand and his delight
in hearing his child say, "Lead
me not -. don't let me fall
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else for it to go except into your
belly. And once a cookie luster
eats one cookie, she usually
ends up eating them all, or at
least more than she should.
One could argue that eating
cookies isn't a sin. One could
also argue that eating or not
eating cookies isn't even an
issue. But flagrantly flirting
with the very thing you ask God
to help you avoid is the issue.
A life and death issue.
Flirting with temptation is
flirting with death death to
your soul.
That's why, when Jesus
taught his disciples to pray, he
said to say, "Our Father in
heaven...leadusnotintotemp-
tation."
Not that our Father would
ever deliberately lead us into


temptation to sin. In "The
Great House of God," Max
Lucado illustrates it this way:
Imagine a father and son walk-
ing down an icy street.
Although the father warns his
son to be careful, the boy does-
n't slow down and he hits a
patch of ice. Boom! Down he
falls.
As the father pulls his son to
his feet, the boy says he's sorry
for not heeding his father's
warning. "Then tightly holding
his father's big hand, he asks,
'Keep me from the slippery
spots. Don't let me fall again.' "
Lucado says it's a tender
request from a child prone to
slip to a father with a strong,
sure grip to be kept safe.
As for whether or not I made
up the cookie dough story, or


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ink anyone would ever eat
at much cookie dough, and
w dough at that
Shelley's friend either lives
na dream world, or she has
hever been seduced by the
Ilsbury Doughboy. She cer-
ainly doesn't understand
erbole.
I hadn't thought about that
whole cookie dough incident in
4 while. Since I've been aware
bf things like artery-clogging
cholesterol and have been eat-
ing more healthfully, I haven't
even been tempted by cookie
dough. All I have to do is pic-
ture myself dead on the floor


from a stroke, a half-empty
tube of dough at my side, and I
head straight for the tofu. I
don't want my death certificate
to read "Cause of death:
Tollhouse overdose."
Except for occasional slips, I
had been doing OK. Linda, our
office manager in the news-
room, stopped putting choco-
late in the candy dish on her
desk, and I've more or less lost
my taste for ice cream. I guess I
had started to feel a bit cocky.
Bring on the temptation.
Actually, that's what the
cookie dough story was about
flaunting myself in the face of
temptation. Instead of humbly
trusting God to keep me from
temptation or looking for his
way of escape to keep me from
sin, I put myself right in the


thick of it.
Alcoholics should stay out of
bars; spendthrifts should stay
away from the mall and those
who lust after cookies should
stay out of the cookie aisle at
the market.
Duh.
So I went to a cookie-
exchange party, a den of iniqui-
ty teeming with temptation for
a cookie luster like me.
Beforehand, I asked God to
help me avoid temptation and
told myself I wouldn't even go
near the cookies. I would go
near, but not too near. I'd get up
close, but just to look. I'd look,
but not touch. I'd touch, but not
taste. I'd taste, but not really
eat
However, once a cookie is in
your mouth, there's no place


reach program, and also sum-
mer vacation Bible school.
"The whole premise of this
band is uniting the religions
and bringing the people togeth-
er as a whole," Johnson said.
"Whenever we perform, the
three churches come together
It has a real ecumenical effect'
"It's a way for us to share the
music mnustry with lots of dif-
ferent people, Hernandez
said. "You don't get the parish-
es coming together all that
often, and it's nice to have
something that attracts the
people and draws the commu-
nity, too.

5 Unity Church of Citrus
County Woodview Coffeehouse
at 7 p.m. the first Friday monthly in
the fellowship hall, 2628 Woodview
Lane, Lecanto. Cost: $3 per per-
son,
Shape up
M New Beginnings Fellowship
aerobics class is led by Michele
Jones Mondays at 2577 N. Florida
Avenue, Hernando. Bring towel or
mat and bottled water. Bible study
after class.
5 First Presbyterian Church of
Inverness yoga classes under the
direction of Tanya begin at 10 a.m.
Friday in the narthex at 206
Washington Ave. Call 637-0770.


The band began shortly after
Holsapple came to Crystal
River at the end of 2005. He
had gone to Crystal River
Music store and later met
Holmes-Ray.
"I told him that since he was
new in town and so was our
preacher (Gill), and they both
played bluegrass instruments,
they should meet," Holmes-Ray
said. "Not too long after that,
Rick had a party at his house,
and I remembered that he had
a bass. I asked him if he wanted
to be part of a band. Then some-
one called David Bradford and
it just happened."

Road). Call 726-7335.
Hu 4 "
A The Christian Kitchen will
serve its next meal at noon
Tuesday, Jan. 22, in the Parish Life
Center of Our Lady of Grace
Church, 6 Roosevelt Blvd.,
Beverly Hills. All are welcome.
Doors will open at 11:45 a.m. If you
wish to attend and did not sign up
at the December meal, or, if you
made a reservation and now find
that you cannot attend, call Pat B.
at 270-3393. Food is prepared
based on the number of reserva-
tions. There is no charge, but
goodwill offerings will be accepted.
M St. Margaret's Episcopal
Church Feed My Sheep program for
the needy at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday
followed by a healing service cele-
brating the Confession of St. Peter
with Holy Eucharist. The church is at
1140 N. Osceola Ave., invemess.
5 St. Anne's Episcopal Church
food pantry opens from 9:30 to
10:30 a.m. daily in the administra-
tion building.


Hernandez, originally a folk
musician, came along when,
while chatting with Holsapple
one day, the rector said, "Why
don't you bring your guitar and
play with us?"
"We're basically just a garage
band," Holsapple said, "only
our garage is a church."
They practice weekly at St.
Anne's in between hospital
visitation, counseling and
funerals and play wherever
they're invited.
One of their regular gigs is the
Saturday bluegrass service at St
Timothy, which is also the first
place they debuted as a band.

5 First United Methodist
Church of Inverness God's
Kitchen serves from 11:30 a.m. to
noon Mondays in the fellowship
hall, 3896 S. Pleasant Grove Road.
5 Church Without Walls of
inverness Feed the Hungry pro-
gram offered at 6 p.m. Monday in
Hemando Park on Railroad Way.
.
5 Beverly Hills Commumty
Church's food pantry, 82 Civic
Circle, Beverly Hills, distributes
food frorn 11 a.m. to noon and 6 to
7 p.m. the last Tuesday monthly.To
qualify for assistance, you must be
a Beverly Hills resident with identi-
fication. Call the church office at
746-3620 for reservations. There
is an initial registration for each
recipient, then you will need to call
the office at least a week ahead of
time, every month, to let us know
you will be requiring food.
5 Dunnellon Presbyterian and
Holy Faith Episcopal food pantry
opens from 9 a.m. to noon
Thursday at 19924 W. Blue Cove
Drive, Dunnellon.


"One of the draws of blue-
grass music is that it brings
people who may be
unchurched or 'de-churched'
back to the message of the
gospel and even back to
church," Bradford said.
"Part of the real joy that we
have in doing this is gathering
together, and even though we
cross denominational Imes, we
are united in praising the
Lord," he said.
The three churches have
been partnering together for
years in other ways. They com-
bine to do Our Father's Table,
the Saturday hot meal out-

5 Inverness Vineyard Fruit of
the Vine luncheon served at noon
Thursday.
H First Presbyterian Church of
Crystal River Our Father's Table
Ministry offers free meals from
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
This meal is a joint outreach pro-
gram by St. Timothy Lutheran, St.
Anne's Episcopal, Crystal River
United Methodist, and First
Presbyterian churches.
JaV AV8
Sy
M Singles meet from 6:30 to
8:30 p.m. Thursday at the Gulf-
to-Lake Baptist Church annex in
Meadowcrest. Coffeehouse the last
Thursday monthly.


Appalachian Mountains in
Kentucky, southwest Virginia,
north-eastern Tennessee and
north-western North Carolina,
sprang from the people who
lived deep in the hills and who
were deeply religious.
Their music became a part of
their everyday life, not just
their Sunday life. Bluegrass
was the style; gospel was the
lyrics. Together they made and
still make bluegrass gospel.
"What it is not is 'hillbilly
music,' Johnson said. "Years
ago it started out being that, but
it's progressed. These instru-
ments we play are not cheap."

p.m. Church is at 960 S U.S. 41,
Inverness. Call 726-1480.
5 Crystal River Church of
Christ classes for all ages at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday. Church is at
State Road 44 one block east of
U.S. 19, next to Credit Union Bank.
Call 795-8883 or 746-1239.
5 First Christian Church of
Inverness Wednesday evening
adult Bible study at 6:30 in sanc.
tuary, 2018 Colonade St
inverness. Call 344-1908\
AWANA
5 Grace Bible Church begins
AWANA Club from 6:15 to 8:15
p.m. Tuesday. AWANA is a kids
club with games, council time and
handbook time. Club nights begin
with a flag ceremony and prayer.
Classes are graded from age 3
through sixth grade. Teens meet
from 6:15 to 8:30 p.m. Monday.
Church is at 6382 W. Green Acres,
Homosassa. Call 628-5631.
M Cornerstone Baptist Church
of Inverness AWANA for ages
preschool to fifth grade from 6 to
7:30 p.m. Wednesday at 1005
Hillside Court (at the corner of
Hillside Court and Old Floral City


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World War II generation of faithful
blood donors is dying off and many of
their sons, daughters and grandchil-
dr' d m40 -olds to
step up to the plate," Downey said,
Downey also recognizes that blood
banks need to become more user-
friendly. With potential donors' sched-
uleeesdfilledo s a db tbo h
peopleratherthanexpectingpeopleto
come to the drive. It also means more
drives on Saturdays and Sundays.
Downey says currently it's the older
donors who are supplying the blood
safety net for the younger generation,
and he's not sure how much longer
they'll be around and able to give.
To be eligible to give blood, a poten-
tial donor must be 17 years old, at least
110 pounds and in general good health.
Downey says children need to be
taught about the importance of blood
at an early age, and those 17-year-olds
who are eligible, should be encour-
aged to give it a try
"Hopefully, they would make it a life-
long process," he said.


Special to the Chronicle older than 65 in Florida, accounting
for 17.6 percent of the state's popula-
January is National Blood Donor tion, making it the oldest per capital of

e edabl Tal Th thho vbhaon allE5d I I ey sees a positive side to
across the country recognize those that, when it comes to blood donation.
who regularly roll up a Downey is district director
sleeve to give Blood for LifeSouth Community
' The irony is that Blood Centers' South
those ssahblood banks Shortages are Fncol ddas M rncCitruwha
more people to thank Widespread Hernando counties, home
this month. Blood to many retirees. In his
shortages are wide- aCfOss the experience it's those of the
s read across the coun- World War II and Korean
to, as the search for CO Unify. war generations who are
donors continues most aware of the need for
According to a recent blood and most diligent in
study reported in the July issue of their donating. Like clockwork they
Transfusion, only 37 percent of the come in every eight weeks.
population of the U.S. is eligible to "On the battlefield they saw first-
donate, drastically down from previ- hand the importance of blood,"
ous estimates of about 60 percent. And Downey said. "They brought that com-
of those who can donate, fewer than 10 mitment home and never lost it. It
percent actually visit a blood center or stuck with them that there is no substi-
stop by a bloodmobile regularly. tute for blood."
Florida faces two sides of the donor The blood drives in Downey's dis-
dilemma. According to the 2000 U.S. trict, especially those in Citrus and
Census, there were 2.8 million people Hernando counties, also get a boost


W WHAT: American Legion Post 155
blood drive in conjunction with
LifeSouth
a WHEN: 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Jan.
26-
a WHERE: American Legion Post
155.
a INFO: Call Cmdr. Jim Woodman at
795-6526.
HTODONATE:Donorsmustbel7
years old or older, weigh 110
pounds or more and show photo
I.D. All donors will receive Howle or
Cinnamon Bread compliments of
Hugry Howie's and free cholesterol
screening'

every winter; as do other parts of the
state, from the annual arrival of
retirees flocking to warmer climates.
"When they come south, they bring
their dedication to donation with
them," Downey said. "They know when
they last donated and when they can
give again."
On the flip side, seniors are the
largest users of blood components, the


.News N OT ES

Decorative Artists
slated to meet
Have you always wanted to
try your hand at painting some-
thing for your home? The
Manatee Haven Decorative
Artists, a chapter of the National
Society of Decorative Painters,
has a meeting and workshop
the second Saturday of every
month at the Bittner residence,
8089 W. Pine Bluff Street,
Crystal River.
Meeting is at 9:30 a.m. today.
Bea Peterson will teach a jaguar
painted on a flowerpot.
The group welcomes begin-
ners through advanced painters.
For directions, call Jan Bittner
Crystal River at 563-6349 or
Bea Peterson Ocala at (352)
861-8567.
Dunnellon to have
cemetery cleanup
The Martin Luther King Jr.
Holiday Community Day Service
Project will be at 9 a.m. today
with a cleanup at the Dunnellon
Community Cemetery. All family
members and friends of the
deceased are invited to come
help clean up. Volunteer help
from all groups, churches, organ-


opsm nt swme r eet make
thi PM rtpi utch ring Jr.
Holiday Planning Commission
sponsors this project. Free
refreshments will be served. For
more information, call (352) 465-
7135 or (352) 465-0266.
B.H. Butt fly Club
er .
10 have meetmg
The public is invited to this
free meeting of the Beverly Hills
Butterfly Club. Our guest speak-
er will be Kathy Malone, presi-
debt of the Gainesville Chapter
of the North American Butterfly
Association. The meeting will be
at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the
IBeverly Hills Recreation Center,
7 Civic Circle, Beverly Hills.
For information, call Christine at
527-8629 or Peggy at 527-2686.
Parks aerobicS
4 SSOStOresume
Aerobics classes will resume
at the Citrus County Auditorium
from 5:15 to 6 p.m. Monday
beginning Monday. Cost is $4
per class. Instructor Tammy
Knollman will conduct the class
from 5:15 until 6 p.m. Students
should bring an exercise mat,
hand weights and water bottle.
Any persons requiring rea-
sonable accommodations at this
or any other program because
of a disability or physical impair-
ment should contact the Parks
and Recreation office 72 hours
prior to the activity at 527-7677.
Separatist group
schedules meeting
Americans United for
Separation of Church and State
5 (Nature Coast Chapter) will
meet at 4 p.m. Tuesday at
Lakes Region Library, 1511
Druid Road, Inverness.
Call 726-9112.


are privately funded and
driven, especially when they
are smaller or a new start up.
The Path has now been oper-
ating as a shelter for
more than seven
years and started
with almost nothing
with the doors of the .. .
shelter open since 1
July of 2001. L
In that time, the **
director has been
astounded at both .
the fact of how much DuWayn
private funding is
needed and the fact
that Citrus County -
-
has successfully
funded it. To this date, the Path
is more than 90 percent pri-
vately funded
Nonprofitsalthoughexempt
from property taxes, are not
exempt from many other
charges that some might
assume. We do get some indi-
rect funds from the govern-
ment, but it is complicated and
lengthy. I still remember when
we started, someone telling me
to go and get a state grant. He
implied that this would solve
all of our financial problems
and absolve him of some guilt
because he would not donate
to our cause. Wow!
Getting a state grant for the
homeless was one of the hard-
est things I have ever done in
my life. The good news is that
Citrus County stepped up to
the plate and funded some-
thing that some said could not
be done.
Now, this little start-up non-
profit has a multi-faceted and
open-minded plan about how
to approach the problems of
affordable housing for every-
one in our county without a


shelter saves the county tax-
payer money by supporting us
now so that clients do not use
services in the future. My
favorite just recently
& is that the muck
being dredged from
the lakes is bemg
.. used as fertihzer to
grow crops for the
- homeless in Citrus
County What a great
community effort!
-17 How does this
e Sipper address bicyclists?
The Joy FM, know-
ing full well the
-- problems associated
- with homelessness
and affordable housing, is hav-
ing a two-day bicycle rally fi'om
Brooksville to Bradenton on
Feb. 15 and 16. The entrants
will raise funds for shelters of
their choice and can have the
donors contribute directly to
shelters for a tax deduction in a
sponsorship or in honor of the
person riding the bike to sup-
port homelessness. All entrants
must get contribution forms
signed by Jan. 31, so time is of
the essence. This is a wonder-
ful way to raise money for your
local shelter and contribute to
the cause of your fellow human
beings who may be without
shelter today. So, if you like to
ride your bike and possibly
help others, please go to the
JOY FM Web site and look for
the bike ride or call the Path at
527-6500.

Du Wayne Sipper is the execu-
live director of The Path of
Citrus County, a laith-based
homeless shelter.
Contact him at 527-6500 or
at sipperd@bellsouth.net.


Special to the Chronicle habits queasy and quirky, Huse will explore
them all.
The Friends of the Knotts Library in Andrew Huse lectures about Florida's food
Yankeetown will host food scholar Andrew culture and currently teaches about Florida's
Huse at its annual meeting food at the University of
at 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19. M WHAT: Andrew Huse lecture about South Florida. He
Huse will present a culi- modern Florida's cuisine with a authored the Columbia
nary romp through modern look back. Spanish Restaurant's cen-
Florida's cuisine with a tennial historic cookbook
look back at union soup a WHEN: 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19- and is currently conduct-
houses jook joints, M WHERE: Knotts Library, 11 56th ing research for a book
speakeasies and barbeque St.. Yankeetown. about the statewide histo-
its ry of restaurants and cul-
Florida's food and a INFO: Free and open to the public' ture.
restaurants are as diverse The program, a presen-
as its people. From lobster to alligator tail, from station of the Florida Humanities Council, will
the rarefied cuisine of the super-rich to the be at the Knotts Library at 11 56th St in
humble home-style foods of the locals, from food Yankeetown. It is free and open to the public.

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Social dancers to have birthday dance


f\'om 7:30 to 10. There is a "get
acquainted" table for dancers
without dance partners,
Cottee, sodas and ice are avail-
able.
For more information about
Spirit of Citrus Dancers, USA
DANCE Chapter 6072 a non-
profit organization, call Ann at
344-3768 or Kathy and Lloyd at
726-1495, or visit its Web site at
www.soedancers.org.


Special to the Chronicle
Dancing lifts the spirit, so
why not join us in a lim evening
of good dance music, good
dance floor and friendly
dancers? Spirit of Citrus
Dancers, USA DANCE Chapter
6072 hosts dances at Kellner
Auditorium, 102 Civic Circle,
Beverly Hills.
Today is the "Birthday


Dance Party" with complimen-
tary birthday cake.
Saturday, Jan. 26 the dance is
"Simply Ballroom."
Butch Phillips will provide
dance music and a five dance
lesson for both dances.
Admission is $7 for nonmem-
bers and $5 for members.
Doors open at 6:45 p.m. The
complimentary dance lesson
will begin at 7: general dancing


about the State Cyber Crime
Unit, "Attacking Child Porno-
graphy and Pedophile Prob-
lems on the Internet."
Due to the importance to
parents and grandparents,
DAR is privileged to have the
attorney general as its speaker
Tickets are $13 (with $1 going


to the DAR Hernando County
Scholarship Fund).
While the public is invited,
tickets will be limited due to
availability. For those interest-
ed in attending, call Lynette
Grossenhacher at (352) 544-
8162. The deadline for reserva-
tions is Monday.


Special to the Chronicle
The Annuttaliga Chapter of
the Daughters of the American
Revolution will meet at 11:30
a.m. Jan. 21, at the Brooksvillo
Country Club. The speaker will
be State Attorney General Bill
McCollum, who will speak


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LifeSouth needs

blood donations
Special to the Chronicle
During the past two holiday
boeukt a S t it c Id
does, so it's experiencing a
blood shortage of all blood
lypes. Because the national
blood shortage, LifeSouth is
unable to get help from other
blood centers.
To donate blood, visit a
LifeSouth donor center or a
blood drive near you. To
donate through aphaeresis,
call for an appointment.
LifeSouth donor centers are.
Lecanto 1241 South
Lecanto Highway 527-
3061; and Inverness 301
WestlVIain Street-344-5332.


Citrus Memorial Health
System Auxiliary Volunteers
Sandi Phillips, first vice presi-
dent, and Iva Puckett, past
president, presented a bas-
ket full of goodies any new
baby could use to Heather
Mallory and James
Schiffbauer, parents of
Brandon Schiffbauer born
on New Year's morning at
Citrus Memorial Health
system.


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"First Sunday" (PG-13) 1:20
p.m., 4 p.m., 7:40 p.m., 10:25
p.m.
"Bucket List" (PG-13) 1:30
p.m., 4:20 p.m., 7:30 p.m., 10:20
p.m.
"The Water Horse: Legend of
the Deep" (PG) 1:10 p.m., 4:10
p.m., 7:20 p.m., 10:15 p.m.
"National Treasure: Book of
Secrets" (PG) 1 p.m., 3:50 p.m.,
7:10 p.m., 10:10 p.m.
"Alvin and the Chipmunks"
(PG) 1:45 p.m., 4:40 p.m., 8 p.m.,
10:35 p.m.
"I Am Legend" (PG-13) 1:40
p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:50 p.m., 10:30
p.m.
Crystal River Mail 9; 564-6864
"First Sunday" (PG-13) 1:30


p.m., 4:40 p.m., 8 p.m., 10:20 p.m.
"One Missed Call" (R) 1:50
p.m., 4:20 p.m., 7:50 p.m., 10
p.m.
"Bucket List" (PG-13) 1:10
p.m., 4 p.m., 7:30 p.m., 9:50 p.m.
"Alien vs. Predator 2" (R)
9:55 p.m.
"P.S. I Love You" (PG-13) 1
p.m., 4:05 p.m., 7:05 p.m
"Charlie Wilson's War" (R) 2
p.m., 4:25 p.m., 7 p.m., 9:25 p.m.
"National Treasure: Book of
Secrets" (PG) 1:20 p.m., 4:30
p.m., 7:40 p.m., 10:30 p.m.
"Alvin and the Chipmunks"
(PG) 1:40 p.m., 4:20 p.m., 7:10
p.m., 9:30 p.m.
"I Am Legend" (PG-13) 1:45
p.m., 4:10 p.m., 7:25 p.m., 10:10
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Homosassa Springs
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304 S. Citrus Ave.
Inverness
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2341 W Nowell Bryant
Hwy. Lecanto
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App i P rso @
10131 North Citrus

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FT Housekeepers &
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529 SH Cherokee
(352) 628-2474
P/T DISHWASHERS
Apply Fisherman's
Restaurdnt
12311 E. Gulffo Lake


Blvd. Hnemano.or
Cal(352) 676-6727




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l Poe Ral company.

(352)762-30187


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lighting & electrical
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troubleshooting skills
a must, clean drivers
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500.00 salary to start.
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8060 NE USI9
Crystal River

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352-344-2711/302-5053







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old, exlck. codiio5
$3295 352-628474
REFRIGERATOR
18 cu ft.. w/icos femaer

(352) 327-3914


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(352) 270-8563


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352-637-6607








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Hors d' oeuvres and
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Sunday Jan.a 1thh 10-5
Historical Train Depot
109 Crystal St.
Crystal River, FI.
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or visit
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Brass Bed
$300.
2 Sausa e Stuffers
$ 20 '
(352) 344-0285

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ANTIQUES, ART
COLLECTIBLES
Jan ll/12/13
811 SE Hwy 19
Crystal River
or canl 795-2061
Prof App & Lig
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COLLECTION
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$175
(352) 249-9275
24PC'S of
Iris Herringbone
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Crystal River






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OCTAGON shaped
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Deliv. Avalbl. $1.250
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Very good cond.
$25.
(352) 746-2347
Glasstop patio table,
size 40x70, $65
Kirby vacuum & all
attachments, $125
(352) 637-5903
KITCHEN TBL
octagon 4 Chrs $125
DESK CHAIR Blk. Adjstbi,
Samsonlte, $125
._(352) 563-2585
Lar e Dresser w/ Mirror



9 Pc. Sofu, 2 Chairs. End
Tables & Lamp. $200;
DINING ROOM SET
Beveiled glass top
w/4 chairs. $150
(352) 628-4210
NEW YEARS SPECIAL
13% OFF STOREWIDE
THRU JAN. 31
PAUL'S FURNITURE
Tues-Fri. 9-5 Sat. 9-1
Homosassa 628-2306



Unit, 5'drn HX4 .Opn



very good cond.,
non smoker, 175.
(352) 465-6551




SOFA
86"LExe SCeo d 80175
(352) 341-2830
Solid oak wood roll top
desk, 3 drawers, $75
(352) 726-2922
TBLs & CHAIRs
4 Bar Stools & 3 Tables
$175 Takes aill
(352)212-0876




WOODEN DRESSER,
HEADBOARD'
N GTTAND,
$100/0OBO
(352) 270-3341


2 (v ajitch)
2-9x7 Garage Doors,
1 EntCryoDo 2 s'
$14.659 INSTALLED
30x30x9(3:12 plich)
Roof overhang,
2-9x7 Garage Doors,
2 Vents, 1 Entry Door,
4" Concrete slab
$16.396 INSTALLED
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(352) 753-47143






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(352) 726-5238




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2900GBWl $750/obo.
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M/F, shots. wormed,
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10 wks, $400 $500
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$350; HP SCAN JET
PHOTO SCANNER, like
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SOLAR BLANKET
For Pool. 15'X30'
$35. 1-352-746-4160






TVo ENT. CiENTER

Vacuu w/access. g
c ond. s $50. 352610405


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Sea rvice for 2,incl al

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Exc. Cond. $10,0000bo
352-795-7822
PIANO WURI.IRERe

Selling rk:e $160 obo
S(352) 270-3578







EXERCISE BlKE
Rec cbn .0 Mny
added features.
Pd. $600/Sell $200 obo
(352) 637-0799
TREADMILL
$100
(352) 489-4555

OLY MPCs BE~ItT SET
Dumbells & Rock
Exc. Cond.
$1,000/ALL 746-9332
TREADMILL
WEn L0/ne IPower
Heartrate $85
(352) 270-3391








BOWFLEX
w/ arm &( leg exten.
sons, seldom used, all
manuals Inl.
$475. obo
(715) 892-3757


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Bayrand, New Coleman.
Stihell in oxl $500wt
(352) 762-7754


LADDER 28 Foot
Roofing Torch
155k BTU Heater,
Showcase & Shower
(352) 621-0300
PEN he NT Lu heeon
S900 Value/8600
MEDICAL TOILET $70
(352) 503-5146
PLAYSTATION II
1 controller. 8MB
memory, all cables. 2
games, carrying case
Mint. cond, onig box.
$150. (352) 560-3414


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$100.
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Cherry. $125;
LOCKABLE TRUCK TOOL
BOX Fits 64" bed. $125
(352) 564-0755
DIGITAL CAMERA
w/memory card.
charged, & extra
batterIes, $100
(352) 237-8533
DINING RM. SET,
Country style, Table w/6
chairs, custom glass top
& Hutch, $500.
37" MAGNAVOX
Direct View TV &
cabinet, $100
(352) 613-6799
FEATHERBED
Full size, 2 covers,
clean, IIke new. $50
(352) 527-2094


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349986, MS $16,999 I 572504 WAS $17,999 le I ?81351, MS $26,999
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2PM 3,0 1959WLE s.. $10,095 fairi'E C SS 601 99
875544 MS $14999 PM13JO, MS $20,199
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CRYSTAL RIVER
W/Pool. All Included
$115/wk (352)628-9106
Lecanto/HomOSOS.
Rent b wk or mo. pels
oka $80. 212-3031
LECANTO
Includes At L UtlI.
$100wk. (352) 464-2795




CLEAMo I d0725.
3/2 Pool SMW $1575;
River Links Really
628-161 800 88-5184

5/2, Furn. Call Lisa Brkr
/owner. 352-634-0129
INVERNESS
2/2 condo, waterfront.
furn. Pool, tennis, $1450
(352) 637-9588

* , *

RG IN LO PRICES
Sugarmill Wds $17,900
Citrus Springs $6,500
Black Diamond $39,000
Pine Ridge $45,000
Cn rsNH Acres $24,090000
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CITRUS HILLS
2108 N Essex Ave.
Sat. /12,oS4un m/13

000 fsrel 2Honwfe
24' pool, Ig lanal, extras

CITRUS HILLS
SUNDAY ONLY 1 4
Condo End Unit.
Many Extras ferra VIsta
Mmbrshp Avail. Inclds
FREE GOLFI
By Owner $135,900
(352) 527-3831
FLORAL CITY


Saturday 10 -2


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247)258 7 loid Ae.


$70 o. t(352)344-4811









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or 69-232523 ( :3p)



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$1249,00 03

$104S2.000/080
Corne. Fr lost, 104sq.f
rm., new carpext & 1


5% down 20yrs at
8%apr. For listings call
BANK FORECLOSURE
6BR. $25,000. 2BR













BONNIE
PETERSON
Realtor, GRI

YorSTSFCIN


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HOMOSASSA Cnl

Large 1 /1 located in

CRYSTAL RIVER
Large 2/1 we:: a
coss 802b/mel~ 1
contact Kelly
813-927-0525



INVERNESS



$4600dimo } 60


(352) 79526-241


INVEALRNVESS
2/1 $575m. $862 sc




Sta00.Fr tingt $39. 1




SResdntalsAaabe





CRSTaoAL RVEnR l
+ e.(352) 563-09857


lease, deposit.
Call 697/-3133
""',,, RealtOf
CRYSTAL RIVER
1/1 J:~jI/Red nicel $40/m.
F/S (352) 228-9027
CRYSTAL RIVER
?0 mall'nno+ 1st a( last.
No poli,: 352-795-2324
CRYSTAL RIVER
Hlea602/3b2C2HAt-0W2
HOMOSASSA
2/2 New 1,300 Sf.
w/ianai. FREE water,
Great area, off Grover
Cleveland. $750/mo
(727) 430-8286
INVERNESS
Br~a7dNSe 52/2-2 6 2 /

NeLE2 ANT50o
352-527-9733




Beverly Hills Area
Comm. loc. Spac. 2/1
2bidgs. $6300 795-6282
CITRU SPggggg
3/2 Pool. $1,500 + Sec
Pets OK 352- 279-6110
CRYST RVR/HOM.
Water-front/Near Wtrfnt
8750-$2.000 mo
Moore & Moore Realty
(800) 660-8850
www.citruscounty.cc
CRYSTAL RIVER
Small 2/1 Cottage -
$17k0p/w 1st 2 &11ast 2

1s t28 lst 2e ws + se



w Call 352-628-1062'

3/1/detVch g. CHA
City util. Conv. located,
$750mo (352) 220-3423
INVERNESS
clean. larger, 2/2/1
Fl. rm., scr, por., $825.
2/2/1. FL. Rm., fenced
yad (62 N e o

Rentals COUNTYWIDEI
GREAT AMERICAN
REALTY
ALL PRICE RANGES!
Call:352-637-3d800

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$1.100umo ul. ShrlM /or
Ig term. (727) 84-9772
NEW Spacimos 4/2/ Hm


S5% down 20yrs at --
8%opr. For listings call
800-366-9783 Ext 5704





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1 L. Without Uni. CH
S550. (352) 249-1149


21 bdrm cotagequet

loc. 1 $57. All util.pa
56-7905621/382-1614


immed. Seasonal or


2/1/1, ]nt. redone. lE.


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CITRUS SPRINGS
N 3/2/2 homes
w/lt coeruied orh
siariin @ 2)0-62


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BEVERLY HILLS





Ane(727) 4631-1804








$110(352)74-81










New 3//2 ent-oOn
Lwut~nr oodEyTs GC


WOW1 3/2/1, $699. S17

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3/1/ Nelar opp. $715 Rf
(727) 631-2680 45

CNVRYSTA IVR


CNVRYSA IER
3/2, Cons. to 7 RH



FB)/orest Rd lagt/e
Ino(352) 341-3330

ceir s lom



mBom new metst.
0875.352-6528-53

42/2 1/3 o. Acr o 1,00
mo y. (727) 9192-70797













Sounthr Lvng 2 s G.C
richr trim,$1450/mo
S(835) 390-37109

32/1hNeN2E $157 de
retitod move Nopet.
(352) 287-268



(352) 484-0505
INVERNESS o~o


dep. (813) 986-6630
INVERNESS
3/2 Qu et,lmmed. Occ.

LS8e 5ERo SoS ,
Pric rd ablnud, nt0
mo. 1st, ast, sec
2BRD/2BAo naer Su .
W, pool tnl N



$1000/mo 954-63-405

a n5o ) 67-207


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Cit wae/seDwe grg eu I
l ot ear park eTral. I
32,00 some. ownk. fIn
I pgarsey el Estat. Inc
)Cal Gateth Roullard I
S(352) 8422-7391

S3/1 HOMOAS on2 V2
r$5owner financ-

ng(352) 940299 3







Pool rp d O LDER.
bike/ hS~e traidle any
fupgeah 9,.0 nrm
(352-522-1901

on '98 3/2 D on 2 Acr
i premodled baths. $5.
694 Wi $.00 Grant~ Ho.
352-64-99 For Appt. 936


DUNNELLOhN
ac vh coo'98e2ex46
1 k /
52-489-0919/427-2119

D cl 5r5a ,rch
lake, furnIshings
negotiable, $26,900.
(248) 909-2507
FURNISHED LAKEVIEW
2 x 50 MH 1/1, comp.
emod., new carpet &
aint In/out. CeramIc
lle. Ready to move ini
11,900.1-888-202-1718
HOMOSASSA
WEST WIND VILL 58+
4New/Resale Mobiles
s 6 e2a0
flVERNESS 1/1 Part Furn
Quiet 55+ pk. Cvrd
, patio, Reduced to
$4,200 (352)637-5171


SAf tiltDAY JANLJAny 12 2008 250


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CLASSIFIED


CnRUaS COUilNT (FL) CHIKovIC


BARGAIN LOT PRICES
Sugarmill Wds $17,900
Citrus Springs $6,500
Black Diamond $39,000
Pine Ridge $45,000
Citrus Hills $24,900
invemess Acres $7,000
(352) 563-0199 job
@tirealtvauction.corn
NEW LUXURY HOMEI
Golf comm. 4/3/3 3300
sw. ft. Pool, gourmet kit,
wigranite & stainless.
stunning! Must see.
$395,000. 813-967-7192
SWEETWATER HOME By-
Owner, 2900sqft under
roof vingANatiled,
96 Pine street, $199k
Cell: (352) 228-7755





e2aHoTresoSnpli.3 AC.

os 0
$209,900, 352-465 5233


INVERNESS 55 +







2+/2/carpot. WD /SH R,
ully Furnihe. Scn. Lm.
(13 X 13). atio, L. S0
(352) 344-8248-148
32/1 Re/mod 07D NoewK
Scareee Por itn ch.
(32 00-46-9891 E 5




















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(352-302-2824
scrnd plchg W/D L
awonins sinklers&


newm Insulati5on.$5K
352-5980742-1545





CRYSTAL IVER

2/2atrt ntyus lonoM o
4fur'&Unfued$850
21Wtelonumshedto ndo$2000
Cm erluk nUS1$100


12x12x2 $10Aperm. I



Furnsca c frns

Cls to ""' es
Enr sus
(32 2 79- 9


FLORAL CITY
FLORA O KS PTS..
Floral Oak Cir. 1-2 BR,
Elderly, handIcapped
or disabled, CHA,
carpet, stove, fridge,
minI-bilnds.
Rent starting @
1 BR $453
2BR 8483
TDD 1-800-342-3552
(352) 860-0829


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HERNANDO
2/1 Clean, W/b hkup
$525/mo. + Sec. dep,
(352) 527-0033


LIc. Real Estate Agent
20 Yeats Exp rience
Co mission

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ass own
(352) 795-1555
BUY NOW
Bargains
Everywhere!


Deb Infantine
EXIT REALTY LEADERS
(352) 302-8046







HIGLNDS, corLnerot

prkequailified on Lya
Murhst See 7. a
(352) 201-1766

2/2/1, 05 CHAPI Owner
fin ancig fencd rds.
sceene porc. $1255K
(352) 621-93135


BONNIE PETERSON
Realtor, GRI

Your SATISFACTION
15.My Fululg!l
(352) 586-6921
or (352)795-9123
Charlotte G Realty
& Investments LLC


























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Ke/ wsller Willamsoo
Really Lae


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S2/15 Scrnd Parchnew
boa rampsii. Move-i
Codekl. Needs othig

CIT SPRGS/HOM./a
BEVERLY HILLS-113
(2N 2Cn co


JORGE RODRIGUEZ
If you are selling or
buying a home in
CirsCoun ,e pea
EXIT Realty Leaders
(352) 302-0229
quattrosaol.com
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.0 rlose ton L
Hceamem 13 $129 900

32/20sqf, Heated Pool. ll
Upgraded Appchl. Ic.
bLots of n Til CtyWer
$29 352) 763-4683


Tues. 2008






PINEVIEWP.AZAHWY441NC.R.
a ra e a ir 1 nio

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Large icespaceavalate
cauNa I or more
ActionRentalAFana ementRealty, c.
MNE3%S}9 NRyer, L
www.citruscountvHomenontals.com
ree SCanj y s
produce retail market.
2258 N. Florida Ave.
$750. mo. (352)344-4811

OHC)eMOSASS
1200sqft $900/mo. 1yr
35 30 m803 r

Hwy EORftNcEe pace
Op oxA 735df .215
Lecanto Tree Tops
Plaza, 1661, W. Hwy 44
Retail-Office-Storage
1,000 to 1,125 sq. ff.
S r fmon -6@h

2 PRIME COMMjeRCIAL

$8503$ 0)6 2 r/ wner

HuG f n d eOaNon
$10 k ner
(352) 422-7925



CRYSTAL RIVER
sm. Studio condo w/
pool $450 352-628-5977

Wa r 1 pool 80

sNio2 tso 2 ts ly
INVERNESS
2/2 Unfurn, W/D, nice
area. No smok/ pets,
$700. mo. 1st. last $350,
se3d5 30429 31
INVERNESS 2/2V2/1
Townhouse, 1536 sf Exc
cond. W/D, Trash & lawn
care, $750 352-586-8928
INVERNESS
3/2/1, Moorings, $800*
Repalnted/Refreshed
Sh 7 -L 12
BANK FORECLOSURE
6BR, $25,000. 2BR
$10,000. For listings
*00-366-9783 Ext 5714


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(352) 795-1555

HOME
SHOPPING?

BEST BUYS
At



by Owner
('jiRIS.COn1

(352) 795-1555
POOL HOME, 3/2/2
Formal Living room &
dining room. family
room & office. $269,900
(352) 746-9813
3/2 $199/mo HUD Home
5% down 20yrs at
8%apr. For listings call
800-366-9783 Ext 5704



2 AVAILABLE NOWill
or k TE HO N 3TBR.
NO CREDIT CHECKll
352-484-0866
Jademisslon.com
GREAT LOCATION
2/2/1, wlih a screen
room, chain link fence
Central Ah, Storage
Shed, large Backyard,
Queen Palms, freshly
painted, garage door
opener, Priced right at
$105,000, call Robert 4
(607) 761-4625

Go U Ls .DP e
2 BR/Den on 3rd green
MUST SEEl Poss, lease/
purchase. $229,900
Ownr/Brkr 352-220-1634


BONNIE PETERSON
Realtof GRI



(352) 586-6921
o (352)795-9123
Charlotte G Realty
& netet LLC








2/1S5.5 Hme w/L .00

of g53) 7 6 [549s8/\

Fin/, avielable. 3% wn

4.7% Inters Rate mo

(835) 414-6103


5%down $600r mo.
(0352 76-97369 70


DOLLAR PRODUCER





PONTOON
22ft. Palm Beach. & tr r
60 HP yamaha, 4 stk
hlgh thrust mtr. mrtr
used only A mos., has
4+yrs, warr. remaining
$5,800. (414) 550-2464







SOLDATNO FEE
Selling Them As Fast
As They Come In!








200725' VELTRAQECKBOAT$36,495
Meply10LengineakmumVallerIoaded
206724' SUNCHASERPONT00N
FaskYamanalis treer$19,995
200515'FIESTAPONT00N$9 00
Johnson40,werandmon
2005Johnson9.9HP$1,195
2002Mercury9.9HP4Stroke

2007 Ya h 0 9,995


HOUSEBOAT, 30'
CLASSIC 65 RebulIt top
to bottom. $16.500,
obo 352-726-9647
SEA ERA
99, 19 C.C. (Sea FOK),
130 hp Johnson, pert
trir. Exc. Cond. Loadedl
Fresh water Tenn. boat.
$8,000 (352) 794-3307
Sea Pro
'Ol, 18 ft., CC, 90 merc.,
salt water, GPS, Sonar,
741b trolling mte gal trl
all t 2e ras $293500.

SEA RAIDER
15 1982, 35HP Chrysler,
nTow rn altiunt$ 28
(352) 341-4792
SEAPRO
'99, 21', 150 Yam. w/
tndm trlr. Bim top, troIll
mtt am/fm runs great
$12AOO (352) 748-5005
SEARAY
03, 185 Bowrlder w/trlr
18', 26 hrs., Gar. kept,
220 hp. Many opts,
$15,500 (352) 270-3176
SEARAY(Sea Rayder) 16
175hp Merc, Jet Prop d
Bir n /Orl rntr r5r/St reo

SHALLOW SPORT
a
PANGABOATS
IN STOCK



THREERIVERS
MARINE
(352) 563-5510
SPORTSCRAFT
L25a '. 02, Cabln.
k Call fnoe all extur
M st Selil Ist $30,000
obo (352) 795-4410
SUNTRACKER
pa8rt boO OaON cd,
stereo, sink, changing

c6 4 5
foot with bal of mfg's
5Cyear wrty. n \At e"
$15,500 (352) 563-2986
SYLVAN PONTOON

o k

07 17 CC, 75HP Yam. 4
strk, Bimini, Lowrance
GPS, am/fm CD, VHS,
Mint. $18K 352-634-0684

I
New elec. mtr Exc.
88750 (352) 341-1297
Wanted: Boats In Need
of Repair, also motors
and trollers, Cash PaId

(Ws 7
2 q 0 darr
$9000(352) 344-9651


CLASS IFIEDS


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




Homosassa near col-
lege, impact fees pd
well, septic, pwr cable
telephHin pla Ready
352 3302m ,697-2420

WOO AEC EST.
QUlet Area $85,000.
w (352) 220-3769 w
FARMS
&
WATER FRONT
pa


YAMAHA g
'06, 660 Rhlno, 60 hrs.(9
Ax 4 camo, winch, ,f
blg tIres $6,500 firm 14
(352) 746-3646 4



CRI25
98 DIrtbike, runs grea
some modIfications,
some spare parts.
$1200. (352) 563-151
*FREE REMOVAL OF*
Am e ol seo
sell ATV parts 628-208

HARS D EDa
FXDWG2 Vance &e
Hines detach. wndshl
New tires, 11,500mi.
$13,900. (352) 220-21
HARLEY DAVIDSO
'06 Dyna Low RIder,
6,700 mi., Loaded!
815,500
(352) 382-9304
HARLEY DAVIDSO
'071 Tr IN ce e a
Credit/Bad Credit $7
Lucky U Cycles
(352) 330-0047
HARLEY DAVIDSO

Ex0ra rk /dBa
Credit On Sae $10995


H R5L2E)Y S
'OGjteal nE
242/7000. Over $2,0
of e r8 -42221- 107fir

HARLEY DAVIDSON
6 /o eS r
CITRUS MOTOR SPOR
564-BlKE
citrusmotorsoorts.com
HONDA
02 75000Sh dLo Sopfiri .
chrome. Grg. kept.
Grm5 el 3000

04 Silverwing, 600cc
A tr I 8, 4
(352) 527-2279
HONDA
06 Shadow 1100 O



(352)e0- c s
HONDA
78, GL1000 Goldwin
org. blk paint, 31k m
352-5 2 SD2b -3

VIX 1300 'O4 Uke Harl
w/saddle bags Uke
New Condition $8
(352) 795-9706
KAWASAKI
'07 Vulcan 900. Only 1
m nt F a3

(352) 330-0047
KAWASAKI
1000 Concours, 1999
11,500 mi. $4,500
(352) 341-1142
SCOOTER '05
11 o1n7 bc
352-249-0815
not after 7:00 pm
SUZUKI 4
650cc Boulavard 40 '
Like New Grg Kept
$800 in extras $2,995
firm (352) 465-4555
VESPA
GTS 2501E 07
mbY bo
YAMAHA
00 V-Star 650, Runs
grea)tnWI eld,
Lucky U Cycles
(352) 330-0047
YAMAHA
'03, v star. 110occ,
14k mi., windshield,
saddlebags, gloveba
.$5,500
obo (35M) 563-0979

'04 R-1, yes fast.
Financing available.
For only $6200
Lucky U Cycles
(352) 330-0047
YAMAHA
'05 R600, Clean, Blue
4,100 mi, W/extras!
$5,500 fim.
352-212-7197/257-151
YAMAHA
05 Roadster Silverad
1700cc, Financing Avai
Only $9300.
Lucky U Cycles
(352) 330-0047
YAMAHA
FJR 1300A '06
orts ing.timr ac
shield, ABS, side &
top cases, Corbin sea
under 10k mi. $10,
FIRM.(352) 637-6345
YAMAHA
'95 Virago 250, Goo
condition. $1100/ob
352-257-1127


NEW CONSTRUCTION


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INVESTORS
RESIDENTIAL SALES
COMMERCIAL SLS
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800-366-9783 Ext 5704


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(352) 212-7613
BARGAIN LOT PRICES
Sugarmill Wds $17,900
Citrus Springs $6,500
Black Diamond $39,000
nes Hd e 000
inv rn ss es nc 0

HOMOSASSA
Mobile Home Lot 13.500
Homes Only $16,500
(352) 476-3692
INVERNESS LOT
51.1 X 120, High ground.
Gurl 8p0 obo
352-382-7888/628-7888
INVERNESS
TWO V2 ACRE LOTS
Baymeadows
Beautiful, litrEoaks,
underground utilities,
deed res., Agents
welcome, $55,000. ea
Call (352) 637-5234




2 Ds 2VOF rNFn.
I For $200KiS350IQfor
both w/10% down.
813-695-7787
RIVERFRONT LOT
Dunnellon/
Zo WidhMachoochee.
ne ossmoom
Ow%%ek 27-544-9350
LSunri% k2e3E er-
front lot with great oak
trees. c..-a 1 r.e.rn:r. a
Sub, -.ar .-,.-.3 and
REDUCED
to $79,900.MLS 319790-
J.W. Morton Real Estate
726-6668 ask for
Jeanne or Willard
Pickrel. After hours
352-212-3410



HAND-HELD VHF
Uniden HH955
''25;
AwToHd .:b. C
$100 (352) 447-6281
Outboard motor, 5.0
Mercury, long shaft, like
new, books for $1300
caskingd$750.o a be
Beauty! (207) 462-674



2 YAMAHA
WAVE RUNNERS, 2000,
GP760, w/trailer,
( 3 5
JETSK(s -

r

wrty & mnt contract, pd
$26k asking $18k (352)
341-3188
KAYAK
"Canva w/ equipment,
(352) 726-1755
WAVERUNNEns
?Ed DOOs(37'96; 98,'00
r..- trailers 2w/ new '

il?:.
$1500/Trade Cryst. Riv
(352) 795-7876


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cond ar. $27,500 oo
(352) 344-4579

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$14,900 oo76-75
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John (352) 228-7523
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drive, less than 5 hours
on prop. &( engine.
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'9Seil SLS4, 85K. Lxr
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$370(352) 220-1634
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norvthe stanr bautf 7
detps endabl 90k mi.
390.(352) 795-73876
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Pone arlo Wh 0k mal.
Excellent conr edition

warrarnt. $2090 CodB
(fer352) 341-6991
CHEVROET
Corett stingray 77 wie
T-tops, Red, 130k mi.
(352) 7464-4839


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45khe mi. Exc NCon.est
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223-0112 SACRN
Hearing on Ord 1 T3 CC Boardof County Comm.


p 1 e yO o e hAa 1Ee Board o
County Commissioners of Citrus County. Florida, intends
to conduct a public hearing to consider an ordinance
entitled,
AN ORDINANCE OF CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA AMEN
FT I RNS5 UFN OTETNTOTSL ITPACHTAF7R
INCLUDING A REVISED FEE SCHEDULE; PROVIDING F
SEVERABILITY: PROVIDING FOR INCLUSION IN THE COD
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.


nou o a ngdo
300 PM at which time and place any and all perso
interested may present any matter for or against t
proposed ordinance for consideration of the Coun
Commission Copies of the proposed ordinance m
be reviewed in the 1.ecanto Government Building. 3
West Sovereign Path. Lecanto. FL or the Citrus Coun
Courthouse 110 North Apopka Avenue. Inverness, FL.
If opersondecldestoappealanydecisionmod
by fix90 d of Count Cbor nilSs ns wi re pecte


< vi l at ri)w h i the testhilo
Any person equkingrease cheoccomneda
1 asefit id 31 feC 1 11 inCyslcol I
flce. 110 North Apopka Avenue Inverness. Flori
34450, (352) 341-6560, at least two days before tt
meeting. If you are hearing or speech impaled, u
the TDD telephone (352) 341-6580.
JOYCE VALENTINO.CHAIRWOMAN
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF CITRUS COUNTY, FLORID
Published one (1) flme In the Cltrus County Chronlc
on January 12. 2008.



























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chrome wheels. OnStar
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*16,885*


8007 TDY0TA
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windows, power locks,
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*14,798


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box, 6 disc CD, cruise
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8008 FABD PSSUS
CD, alloy wheels, power
windows, power locks,
cruise
6,989*


8004 885081 VERONA
Only 19,000 miles, leather
sunrrof, alloy wheels, wood
grain,
'8,878


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heated & memory, alloy chrome wheels, OnStar CD, OnStar, dual PlW P/L wheels, CD, cruise locks
wheels, CD, cruise. HomeLmk, htd & mem climate zone zone
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4x4 6 SPEED BBAND PBll 66 GRAND PBll
Only 22,000 miles, CD, Only 25,000 miles, Only 5,000 miles, CD Alloy wheels, CD,
polished aluminum leather alloy wheels player, cruise control, cruise, power windows,
wheels, A/C. CD, cruise, P/W P/L P/W, P/L. power locks
'IT,888 *13,888' 'IS,988 *18,885'


2003 IEEP
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4$4 MANUAls
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Leather, OnStar, CD, OnStar fully loaded Leather 6 disc CD, Leather, 20 chrome Alloy wheels, rear air. Power ndows & locks, DuaC iding doors Leather TVchrome
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windows, cruise, P/W, P/L P/W, P/L.
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THREE CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
1005 South Suncoast Blvd., Homosassa, Florida
2077 Highway 44 West, Inverness, Florida
14358 Cortez Blvd., Brooksville, Florida

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~~e Citrus CounfU Fair Association proud/U Presents


Extra added attraction! Youth & adult tractor

driving contest ~ Saturday at 9 a.m.

Gave on advanced ticket sales

One day: Adult 58, children 8-11 $4

Two day: Adult $15, children 8-1157

Three day: Adult $23, children 8-11 $10


SAII1(1)ne, JANIIARY 12, 2(Oos D


C Turs COUNn (FL) CHRONICle


Vol. 3, No. 1


Well maintained homes line the streets in Walden Woods.


pleated will have 236 developed lots.
The original Walden Woods was
acquired by Century Realty Funds,
Inc. (CRF) in 1999 and they are
responsible for the expansions. The
company has been in existence since
1976 and currently owns and operates
in excess of 7,300 manufactured
Please see GROWTHIPage 3D


Land rent in those Walden Woods
days was $65 North and newly
monthly. Phase two opened Walden
quickly followed Woods South. The
and phase three was original park now
opened in Septem- has 214 homes and
ber of 1998. there are 214
Today, in addition homes on 47.5
to the original Walden Woods that is acres in the north section. The south
situated in the middle, there is section is 75 acres and when com.


By Barbara Hartley
Blueprints Editor
When Bob Miller, Dave Jeffes and
John Crane opened their retirement
park in 1986, little did they know the
size it would turn out to be. Called
Walden Woods of Sugarmill, the
original plat had 47.5 acres and they
opened phase one with 35 homes.


t


For more information call 726-2993 or go to www.citruscountyfair.com


Holidays

over, time

to get back

m groove
Well the Ho! Ho! Ho!
Day is over and the "I
resolve this year
to..." is a few days past, so it's
time to get down to the every-
day living of
January. Thank
you, Lord, that
we live away
from the sleet
and snow.
The Spotlight
in this issue is
on Walden
Barbara
Woods, my
home for the Hartley
past eight years. BI rints
Where you
live is not nearly important as
the people who share your
space. At Walden Woods, we are
so lucky to have wonderful
friends and neighbors. It is a
place of sharing and caring and
even if we have disputes, we try
to work them out in a manner
without malice.
WhHe n Ma

County we have honest-to-good-
ness dinosaur hunters. Pete
DeRosa and his two sons, Peter
and Mark, spend April through
July in South Dakota Badlands
excavating for dinosaurs.
e ve be ne s si
Edmontosaurus. It's over 30-feet
long and they have over 90 per-
cent of the animal. They found
Please see EDITORIPage 3D


WaIe cT 1100s growth continues


eth Annual


January 25 open 4 p.m. -


-


pull 8 p.m.


January 27 open 11 a.m.


CITRUS er ** co*UNTYI





good through 12/31/07. \
See sales associate for details to Brooksville
WHYTE EGRET PATH, INVERNESS, FL 34450
CARRottwoon DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITIES
731470


2D s1~Ir1Im1y, JANuMurY 12, Loos


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*MAP IS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY. LOCATION OF HOMES ARE NOT EXACT.


O Maronda Homes Hightidge Village


Carrollwood
Golf Harbor Path, Inverness, FL 34450

8 Cosgrove Builders
11145 W Bentbow Path, Crystal River, FL 34428

8 Maronda Homes
34 E. Citrus Springs Blvd., Citrus Springs, FL 34434


HARMONYAT
Many home choices are available in the new
scenicarea.
According to the residents of The Moorings
at Point O' Woods, their community is "where
nature and residents co-exist in harmony".
Located on Gospel Island Road (County
Road 470) east of Inverness, The Moorings is
now offering Phase Three. There are 27 lots
available in the maintenance free, waterfront-
living, eight acre addition.
The new area is master planned, waterfront
surrounded by scenic preserves and sparking
fresh water lakes. Since Point O' Woods is on
higher ground, no flood insurance is necessary
There are five single-family home plans from
which to choose, ranging from the two bedroom,
two bath Dolphin
with 1236 sq. ft. of
living space to the
three bedroom, two
bath Tarpon; with
1880 sq. ft. of living
space. All models
have two car garages
and are equipped
with range and
dishwasher.
The homes are concrete block and lot prices
start at $45,500. They are offering a special
Parade of Home package price including home
and lot for only $169,400 now through 12/31/
07.
The Homeowners Association maintenance
fee of $149 monthly includes cable TV fees,
twice-weekly garbage
collection, lawn
maintenance, boat and RV
storage and street lighting.
The fee also maintains
the community pool,
shuffleboard courts, a
private boat launch and
maintenance of the many passive recreation
areas.
There is a nine hole golf course within the
community (privately owned) and membership
is not required to play.


Numerous
maintained
trails
through the
woods and
along the
canals make
a great
place to look for the more than 250 species of
birds and other wildlife that make the area their
home.
For additional information,
you can contact Holly Jones,
sales manager at 352-341-0400
or toll free at
1-800-378-6340.
Their web site is
www.TheMoorings.INFO





M RING S

Models Open Daily: Mon Sat 10 am 4 pm,
Sun 12 Noon 4 pm. From US 41 take Hwy. 44 East
to County Rd. 470 (Gospel Island Rd.)
turn left one mile to entrance.
www.THEMOORINGS.INFO

to Crystal River 01
INVERNESS to I 7


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SAl~uHDAYr, JANUAR\IY 12, 2008 3D


Cmms CorNTY (FL) CitifoNICu:


BA'RBARA HARTLEY/For the Chronicle


BARBARA HARTLEYlFor the Chronicle
There are heated pools and spas at both clubhouses. This pool is at Walden Woods North,


effort has been made to keep as
many trees and green spaces as
possible.
Houses in the new park range
from $70,000 up. Monthly fees
are anticipated at $491 which
includes $355, base rent, water
and sewer included (monthly
charge plus usage), estimated $
80 for electricity, $25 for phone,
$18 for cable and $13 for
garbage collection. Above are
estimated costs, subject to
change without notice.
Also available for sale are a
number of currently occupied
homes in Walden Woods and
Walden Woods North. They are
offered at wide range of sizes
and prices.
You can reach Walden Woods
by driving south on U.S. 19 past
the U.S. 98 interchange. Walden
Woods ( a gated community) is
approximately % miles south on
the east side of the road.
The phone number for the
sales office is 382-0770 or toll
free 877-780-5107 or visit the
Web site at www.walden-
woodssouth.com


dinner dances, potluck suppers,
holiday parties, bazaars, card and
game nights, bingo, line dancing
and more activities than you
could possibly want.
There are organized activities
that take residents outside the
parks such as cruises, monthly
luncheons and. day and
overnight bus trips. A monthly
newsletter is distributed and res-
idents can pick and choose the
activities that are of interest
The planned club house for the
new south community will be
6000 square feet and include a
theater, kitchen, large open area,
billiard room and library. There
will also be shuffleboard courts,
a heated pool and whirlpool spa.
Management is expecting 15
homes to be set up within the
next 45 days and work on the
new clubhouse will begin as
soon as permitting is completed,
There will be a variety of hous-
ing plans from which to choose
and the model homes will be
located throughout the 75 acres.
Within those 75 acres, 18 acres
will be left as open areas. Every


BARBARA HARTLElYor the Chronicl


Tennis courts are used for regular tennis and pickle ball.


completely intact.
The DeRosa's conduct expedi-
tions from their company called
Creation Expeditions. Their
brochure suggests, "Not only
will you receive
hands on train-
will you ing, top-notch
creationism theo-
hands ry, but will have
ning the opportunity
to encourage one
reationist another as a fam-
will have ily."
Wow! It was a
unity to real experience
to look at some
ge one of those objects
a family." up close
Maybe some-
day, they will
have the dinosaur on display and
we will be able to view that won-
dertid find.
Now for my one resolution 1
promise to conserve water in
2008!


blossoms on
them which
turned out to
be dinosaur
skin impres-
sions on the
rocks. They
have large por-
tions of skin, a
unique and
rare Gnd.
In addition
to the
Badlands, they
actively work
in the Peace


River in Florida where they have
found the fossilized remains of a
Columbian mammoth.
They also have a allosaurus
skull. It's only the fourth skull in
existence that is considered


This is the clubhouse at Walden Woods.


GROWTH
Continued from Page 1D

home community spaces in 25
communities, In addition CRF
owns and operates retail space,
storage space, apartment units
and 16 skilled/assisted living
facilities. CRF is an award win-
ning developer of active adult
life style communities in Florida.
Amenities abound in the two
existing parks and are planned
for the third park. Both Walden
Woods and Walden Woods North
have their own club house, heat-
ed pool and whirlpool spa. In the
original park there are shuffle-
board courts and in the north
park, there are tennis courts, a
putting green and bochi court.
Residents of both parks use all of
the facilities. Each park has a
post office with outside boxes for
easy access and a great place for
current information on upcoming
activities. There are kitchens in
the club houses, libraries and bil-
liard facilities. Both club houses
are home to morning coffees,


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B~eoe licensedi community association manage


provide solunteers serving on
their community's board with
helpful tips on day to day opera-
tions. It is not intended to take
the place of legal council. For
specific legal issues, contact an
attorney that specializes m com-
munity associations.

Jane Jarlenski is license by the
State of Florida as a Community
Association Manager. If you are
on the board of your community
association and need profession-
al advice on day to day opera-
tions, email your questions to or
or write to Village View, R O.
Box 2143, Inverness, Florida
34451. You may call 726-6165
from Monday through Friday
between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.


Citrus County is more than 70
miles from the nearest approved
provider of pre-licensure educa-
tion, it can be considered a hard-
ship.
The "in-person classroom"
requirement can be waived by
sending written request to the
Regulatory Council of
Community Association
Managers. I couldn't imagine
driving back and forth to Orlando
or St. Petersburg two days in a
row to attend the class, nor did I
want the expense of staying
overnight; therefore, I chose this
option and sent a written request
to the council and obtained per-
mission to take the course via
correspondence.
Village View is intended to


licensed to perform community
association management services
including the following:
A Practices requiring substan-
tial specialized knowledge, judg-
ment, and managerial skill when
done for remuneration and when
the association or associations
served contain more than 50
units or have an annual budget or
budgets in excess of $100,000'
controlling or disbursing funds of
a community association;
A Preparing budgets or other
financial documents for a com-
munity association; assisting in
the noticing or conduct of com-
munity association meetings; and
A Coordinating maintenance
for the residential development
and other day-to-day services


involved with the operation of a
community association.
Now we know what a CAM is
and when one is needed, so we
will address what is required to
become a community association
manager. Florida Statute 468.432
defmes licensure of community
association managers as: A per-
son shall not manage or hold her-
self or himself out to the public
as being able to manage a com-
munity association in this state
unless she or he is licensed by the
department.
To obtain a license to practice
community association manage-
ment, one must be at least 18, be
of good moral character, and
must satisfactorily complete an
in-person classroom, educational


requirement.
No applicant shall be allowed
to take the licensure examination
unless the applicant provides
documentation of completion of
the requisite prelicensure educa-
tion apply to the department to
take the examination for licen-
sure along with a complete set of
fingerprints that have been taken
by an authorized law enforce-
ment officer. The fingerprints
shall be submitted to the
Department of Law Enforcement
for state processing and to the
Federal Bureau of Investigation
for federal processing.
The department sets standards
for exceptions to the requirement
of in-person instruction in case of
hardship or disability. Because


Last month, a reader wrote
inquiring about the requirements
for becoming a
licensed com-
munity associa- .
tion manager
(CAM). Before
answering his
question, let's
first review
what a CAM is
and when one is Jane
required. The Jarlenski,
Reg ulator y LCAM
Council of Village View of
Community Community Life
Associ at ion
Managers defines the CAM
Profession as follows:
CAM A "community associa-
tion manager" is a person who is


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Pete DeRosa is putting a design in a newly restored walkway.

P&M Concrete Design
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There is nothing that detracts Able to supply you w akshe
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than a stained and fractured do they do driveways, bu
driveway. It is one of the items decks, patios, walkways
that prospective buyers first some interior work.


homeowners plenty of options to fix problems
ess since 1968, Pete lems. They not only do residen- Another problem is mold and Solutions are many and
d his two sons, Mark tial, but commercial and indus- mildew that accumulates in include: SureSpray, a modified
)q, ma e their prps- trial work. grout and seams in walkway and cementitous topping that is used
n-throughout Citrus According to DeRosa, one of around pools. He advises that for textured designs and bubble
funding counties with the biggest problems is cracking you do not pressure clean finishes;and SureTEX, a modi-
d economical solu- and most of that comes from the cement as it takes off the finish,
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may be stained.
P&M also offers a stamped
concrete/overlay cementitious
topping for exterior and interior
concrete surfaces. When
stamped, it creates a texture that
can mimic a whole host of
designs, like tile, cut stone,
slate, brick, cobblestones and
more. SureStamp offers restora-
tion, repair, resurfacing and


architectural accenting and sur-
face protection of existing con-
crete.
EcoStain is yet another prod-
uct that produces multi-hued,
variegated and mottled look of
natural stone and comes in 28
colors. A SureBroom finish is a
trowel or squeegee topping of a
copolymer for leveling and re-
texturing concrete surfaces.


When boomed, it creates a tes-
ture that closely resembles a
freshly poured and boomed
concrete.
All of the procedures require
careful prepping and attention to
detailthatP&Misnotedfor.Not
only do they do the outside jobs,
but they have done kitchen
floors, hallways and even living
rooms that make them exceed-


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Located at 1574 Meadowerest
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storefront that says Creations
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Editor 1 note: If you are curi-
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read today's column on page one
of Blueprints.


ical stain, you can choose from
SureStain, which is not the typi-
cal stain or dye that produces an
even color, but when this stain is
applies to existing concrete, a
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As drought conditions persist
throughout the area, it's becom-
ing more and more important
for us to examine our water
usage in the landscape and to
use this vital
resource as
efficiently as
possible. Water -
efficiency does
not mean sacri- r
facing the land- -
scape that you
love. The
Florida Yards Audrey
& Neighbor- Durr
hoods Pro- FY&N
gram, adminis-
tered by the
Citrus County UF/IFAS
Extension Service, is your
source for Florida friendly,
green landscaping consultation;
we are here to assist in the
development of your Florida
friendly yard.
Expanding mulched ornamen-
tal plant beds and only watering
plants when they exhibit signs
of drought stress (folded/curled
leaves) is one solution.
Incorporating compost (worked
into the soil or used as a top
dressing for established turf-
grass) can increase the soil's
capacity to hold water, thus
reducing the frequency of irri-
gation.
And then there's an amazing
little plant that happily tolerates
extended drought, salt exposure,
and blazing full sun, fixes its
own nitrogen from the air
(which means it does not require
nitrogen fertilization), produces
edible yellow flowers, is similar
to turfgrass in appearance and
stops growing at six inches.
Perennial or ornamental
peanut (Arachis glabrata) can
be a wonderful replacement for
high-input turf areas in sunny,
well-drained spots that do not
receive excessive traffic. First
introduced from Brazil in 1936,
no insect, disease, or nematode
pests have been identified that
cause economic loss. Perennial
peanut can be an excellent


choice for areas where the look
of turfgrass is desired but the
persistent pest and drought
problems are not.
Perennial peanut can stabilize
soil on inclines, suppress weeds
with its dense growth, reduce
nutrient leaching, add nitrogen
and organic matter to the soil,
and control erosion. It is adapt-
ed to drought, infertile sands
and thrives in a soil pH of 5.0 to
7.5.
Solid set sod, sod strips and
sod plugs are best planted from
January through March,
although planting may be suc-
cessful anytime up to mid-July.
Containerized plants can be
planted throughout the year.
During the first growing sea-
son, irrigation, fertilization and
weed control are important to
successful establishment and
maximum plant density. Once a
root system has developed, irri-
gation is unnecessary except
during prolonged drought.
Fertilization requirements are
limited to phosphorus (2/3 of
Citrus County residents already
have abundant soil phosphorus
levels), potassium, magnesium
and sulfur. Weed control is best
achieved through mowing.
Perennial peanut costs more
to establish than St. Augustine-
grass; however given the esti-
mated savings in annual mainte-
nance costs, perennial peanut
would offset the higher estab-
lishment costs within 3.2 years.
For every year afterwards, you
would actually save $300 per
year for every 1,000 square feet,
mainly due to decreased mow-
ing frequency.
Its limited disadvantages
include that it tolerates less traf-
fic than turfgrass, it requires full
sun (or tolerates partial sun with
a decrease in its quality) and it
browns during the winter,
although it greens up again at
the same time or before St.
Augustinegrass. While there are
no miracle plants native or
exotic that can solve every
landscaping dilemma, perennial


Perennial peanut in bloom.


peanut can be the right plant
when given the right place.
For more information on
perennial peanut, refer to the
University of Florida articles,
"Guide to Using Rhizomal
Perennial Peanut in the Urban
Landscape" and "Establishment
and Management of Ornamental
Perennial Peanuts." These acti-
cles and many others can be
accessed at www.SolutionsFor
YourLife.org or can be obtained
from the UF/IFAS Citrus


County Extension Service.
For more information on
Florida friendly landscaping,
contact the Florida Yards &
Neighborhoods (FYN) program
staff at your local Extension
Office. FYN Program
Coordinator Audrey Durr can be
reached at 352-527-5708 or
audrey.durr@bocc.citrus.fl.us.
FYN Program Coordinator
Debbe Hooper can be reached at
352-527-5707 or debbe.hoop-
er@bocc.citrus.fl.us.


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