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Annie's Mailbox . . . . 8C
rnics . . . . . . . 9C
Crossword . . 8C
Editorial . . . . . . 10A
Entertainment . . . . .6B
Horoscope . . . . . .9C
.otter Payouts . . . .6B
Movies . . . . . . . .9C
Obituaries . . . . . . 6A
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The cranes on Tuesday flew
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County, Ga. to
Hamilton
County.
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trip
came after the
cranes were
grounded Monday for a sec-
ond consecutive day in Marion
4 County, Ga./Page 3A
EDUCATION SPENDeve:
IVIOFO MOROY
Hoping to boost voter support
for an amendment to cut
Florida's property taxes, Gov.
Charlie Crist proposed adding
$138 million to state educa-
tion spending./Page 3A
MEETING IN TALLAHASSEE:
Let's

harlie
49 Crist and
Republican
presidential
Rud, GuilianI
meet with AP
editors in Tallahassee./Page 4A
LEADERS AND LOSERS:
Business briefs
Fourth quarter
results disap-
point, oil futures
drop and tax
rebates
IN DEEPER:

drop
Housing
starts drop
24.8 percent
in 2007, the .
biggest drop
e des and
the second- .
biggest on
a 12A

Hula man
Richard rto thhoesedompa-
H p and popularized the
Frisbee, is dead./Page 6A
ECONown
Cash fusion
Federal Reserve Chief Ben
Bernanke backs measures to
get more money into the
hands of consumers to help
oost the economy./Page 12A
A POWER GAME.

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outside, but on the jail's property should
besupervisedbyaCCAemployee.
The last escape involving a trusty in
Citrus was in 2006 when Jose Cervantes
walked offa job site at a county fire sta-
tion. He was later arrested in Daytona.
Pohseno said despite the escapes, the
trusty program is valuable ifpolicies are
followed and low-risk inmates charged
with misdemeanor crimes are the only
ones allowed to work outside.
The county saves about $12,000 each
month by using inmate labor, Poliseno
said. About 15 inmates work m the com-
munity each day picking up trash, clean-
ing animal cages, painting and pulling
weeds.
"To date it appears to be a very valu-
able program," Poliseno said.

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Sheriff's Office, Florida Highway Patrol,
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission, Citrus County Fire Rescue
and the Department of Transportation
helped in capturing Coursey.
As for how Coursey was able to escape,
CCA is conducting an internal investiga-
tion and will eventually release findings
to county officials.
Only inmates with misdemeanor
crimes are allowed to work in the trusty
program outside the jail. Even when they
are outside the jail, they are to be super-
vised by a county or jail employee,
Poliseno said.
Course, a felon, should not have been
allowed to work outside the jail, Sheriff
JeffDawsy said earlier in the week
According to Poliseno, a trusty working


CCAofficials did not return phone calls
for comment.
Felony inmate James Coursey, 39,
escaped from the jail Friday afternoon
while he was working as a trusty taking
out the trash. He was arrested Monday
several miles from the jail after a week-
end of sleeping in a shed and travel trail-
er, sneaking through the woods and
attacking a man with a hammer
"We will get cost estimates from all the
agencies,"Polisenosaid.
Saturday and Sunday, about 100 men
and women from the Citrus County


CnasTY LORIs
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
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The company that runs the Citrus
County jail will pick up the tab for costs
incurred by law enforcement agencies
that helped catch the escaped inmate.
According to Citrus County Public
Safety director Charles Poliseno,
Corrections Corporation of America, who
operates the Citrus County Detention
Facility, will pay the costs incurred by the
four-day search.


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DAVE SIGLERIChronicle
Dr. C.N. Christian shows Jason Goyette his new smile after he made Jason a new set of dentures. Jason has had
dental problems stemming from from stage 2B Hodgkin's Disease, which had settled in his salivary glands caus-
ing him great dental damage as a chlid.

YOung man plagued with health problems ges new dentures


lower dentures.
"We had a tremendous response
from readers," Gottus said.
The Division of Vocational
Rehabilitation, a state agency that
aids people with disabilities to get
employed and stay employed,
paid for Govette's entire extrac-
tion cost, $6,800.
"We got an e-mail from a lady in
Wisconsin who sent $500 because
she said it was refreshing to hear
of someone who refused govern-
ment benefits because he'd rather
work," Gottus said. "People gave
from $5 to a couple hundred dol-
lars. The Homosassa Rotary gave
$500. People called and sent e-
mails telling their own stories and
a lot of 'God bless yous.' "
Please see <.2 /Page 5A


NANCY KENNEDY
nkennedy@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
ot too many people walk
into a dentist office smil-
mg, but Jason Govette
does,
Thanks to generous people in
Citrus County and beyond,
Govette has a reason to smile.
In August, the Chronicle ran a
story about Govette. At age 11, he
was diagnosed with cancer, stage
2B Hodgkin's Disease, which had
settled in his salivary glands.
As a result of surgery,
chemotherapy and radiation, his
teeth rotted, resulting in gaping
holet teeth broken off at the gum
line, continual abscesses and
infections.


A heavy equipment operator,
Govette often missed work
because of pain in his jaw. He lost
jobs before. It's frustrating, he
had said, and nothing to smile at.
Then he met Darlene Gottus,
the mother of his friend Rick. She
told the Chronicle that she had
assumed like everybody else that
the condition of his teeth was due
to poor dental care. But when she
found out his story, she began a
one-woman campaign to raise
funds and get the young man the
treatment he needed.
She called the Chronicle, and
after the story was published sup-
port poured in, including an offer
from local dentist C.N. Christian
III, from Citrus Hills Dental
Associates, who made and fitted
Govette with complete upper and


go into greater detail later in the plan-
ning process on how the company will
manage the wetlands and build around
glost of themrbut eecuo eapp"ry:
planning amendment deals only with
zomosssues,
But the lack of detail was one of the
reasons staff planners said they are rec-
ommending denial of the zoning
changes. They said they need more
detail to determine whether the proj-
ect, which includes two large box stores
and 18 retail stores on out parcels, com-
plies with county land development
rules,
Crystal River Commons would be
built on property owned by Realticorp
north of St. Benedict Catholic Church
and south of Crystal River Airport on
the east side of U.S. 19. The property is
not far from Home Depot.
The property has long been the cen-
ter of controversy. Realticorp tried
unsuccessfully to develop the property,
Please see /Page 7A


Planning board wans
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to extend moratorium
TERRY War
terrywitt@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
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Citrus County's first attempt at con-
sidering adoption of a comprehensive
mining ordinance stalled Thursday
when the planning board said it had
received too much information to
digest at a single workshop.
The Planning and Development
Review Board voted instead to recom-
mend that the Citrus County
Commission extend its six-month mora-
torium on new and expanding mines,
which is set to expire in March.
Limestone and sand mining are two
of the oldest industries in the county
and have never been heavily regulated.


Em la7nt b n eighb omdf his CCeina
County prompted interest in a mining
ordinance that could regulate noise,
dust and time of operation and other
issues facing residential areas.
Miners complained at the workshop
that the ordinance lacked the "per-
formance standards" the county com-
mission had requested and that the set-
backs proposed in the ordinance were
not based on science. They said the set-
backs would deprive them of mining
certain properties currently zoned for
excavation.
Planning board members were faced
with the option of recommending adop-
tion of the 3,000-foot mining setback
and eliminating the proposed mining
ordinance, or recommending approval
of the ordinance, but they did neither.
When it became clear they would be
Please see : 4 /Page 7A


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TERRY Wary
terrywitt@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle

ATampa developer with a reputation
for building green developments ran
into opposition Thursday for proposing
a retail development near Crystal
River that opponents said would
destroy wetlands.
Primerica officials listened to the
criticism after they gave the Citrus
County Planning and Development
Review Board its first look at the 160-
acre development using drawings,
graphs and supporting facts.
The workshop was the first of eight
public meetings.
Company officials said they plan to





















































WEEKLY AQUATIC SPRAY SCHEDULE
FOR CITRUS COUNTY
Citrus County's Aquatic Services Division plans the following aquatic we
control activities for the week beginning January 21, 2008.
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Nuphar / Tussocks / Pickerelweed / Hydrilla
Hyacinth / Tussocks / Lettuce / Hydrilla /
Paspalum / Nuphar / Pickerelweed / Salviniei
Tussocks / Nuphar / Pickerelweed / Hyacintyl2
Hydrilla / Lettuce
MECHANICAL HARVESTING


CITR (IS COUNTY (F'L) CanNOICin


2A FRIDAY, JA\NUARY 18, 2008


LOCAL


341-6740 or e-mail vote@elec-
tions.citrus.ti.us.
BUSiHOSSOS, OffiCOS
to close Jan. 21
Martin Luther King Day on Jart.
21, is a national holiday. The fol-
lowing businesses and agencies
will either be closed or have adjust-
ed hours that day:
a In observance of Martin
Luther King Day, the Citrus County
Central Landfill will close at 2:30
p.m.
5 The Chronicle Business office
and the Chronicle's Inverness
office will be closed.
a The Chronicle Circulation
Department will be open from 7 to
10 a.m.
H All county government offices,
including the cities of Invernessd
and Crystal River, will be closed.
Inverness City Council
to meet Jan. 29 w
The Inverness City Council w'lli
meet in a workshop session at
5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 29, at 12
W. Main St., Inverness, for the dir-
pose of discussing the Highway 44
W Sewer South District
Assessment Project.
Any person who decides to ,
appeal any decision of the gove$-
ing body with respect to any majer
considered at this meeting will "
need a record of the proceedings
and for such purpose may need lo
provide that a verbatim record of
e onecedineg itseNiabwhcdh i-
dence upon which the appeal is to
be based.
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MATTHEW BECKlChronicle


CRisTY Lorris
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
A woman who spends count-
less hours ensuring troops are
given a hero's welcome has
been nominated for a public
service award.
Barbara Mills, 50, of Lecanto,
has taken on the task of creat-
ing welcome-home baskets for
people who are serving in Iraq
and return to Citrus County.
Now she is one of 15 in the
Tampa Bay region to be nomi-
nated for a Jefferson Award
from the American Institute for
Public Service. A committee
from ABC Action News will be
reviewing the nominees this
spring and choose a winner to
go to a national ceremony in
Washington ,D.C., ABC execu-
tire producer Eerri Cavathiligh
sifid. The thidlike for nomi-
nees is Maich 3 and a profile of
each nominee will air in the


coming weeks.
Mills' project began in 2006
when her son, Kevin Mills, was
serving m the Navy in Iraq. She
and several other mothers got
together to send their children
Christmas care packages.
"We just got to talking and
one thing led to another," Mills
said.
Not only did the women send
Christmas-themed care pack-
ages to their sons, but to about
200 other service men and
women.
Next came Easter, with a
similar project.
Each time, Mills coordmated
with businesses, veterans'
organizations, the media and
anyone willing to help her col-
lect gifts and money to support
the troops.
Jokingly, she has nicknamed
herself the town beggar.
Last year, as each of the local
military men and women serv-
ing began trickling home, Mills


Post 155; Hernando VFW Post
4252, Inverness VFW Post4337,
Fleet Reserve Association of
Hernando and the Aaron A.
Weaver Chapter 776 Military
Order of the Purple Heart
came to participate in special
honor
"She does a lot of good,"
Citrus County Heroes
spokesman Jay Conti said.
"She makes the veterans feel at
home when they come back."


Hernando Pool
Floral City
Inverness Pool


Crystal River
Floral City Pool
Hernando Pool

l arolF City Pool


All treatments are contingent upon weather conditions and water quality. Treated
areas will be identified with "Waming Signs" indicating the date of treatment and the
necessary water use restrictions. For further information, please call 352-527-7620
citrus county
Division of Aquatic Services


FORGET TO PUBLICIZE?
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Someone will win a 2008 Chevrolet Colorado truck at the Auto Show and
Swap Meet at the inverness Fairgrounds on February 10th. Only 350 ticketS
will be printed making the chance of winning the truck very possible for a
lucky ticket holder. A $100 donation for the Boys & Girls Club of Citrus
County is required for each ticket. The brand new 2008 Chevrolet Colorado
has been donated by Love Honda Chevrolet. The winning ticket will be
drawn at the event, but ticket holders do not have to be present to win. This
is the first Auto Show and Swap Meet held in Citrus County and the event is
expected to be an annual one. Admission to the event is $3 per person with
children under twelve years of age admitted free. The event begins at 9 a.m.
and will last until 4 p.m. Thirteen trophies will be awarded. All proceeds from
the event will benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Citrus County. Anyone
interested in registering for the Auto Show & Swap Meet should call Roger
Osborne at 341-0018.
Raffle tickets may be obtained at the Boys & Girls Club of Citrus County
office, from members of the board of directors or at any club site.
Call 621-9225 for more information


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C (jZeMS Can VOte
early until Jan. 26
Early voting for the Jan. 29 pres-
idential preference primary begins
Monday and continues through
Jan. 26. Voters can cast ballots
Monday through Saturday, at the
following locations and times:
a Inverness Government
Center, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
a Citrus County Courthouse, 9
a.m. to 5 p.m.
m Central Ridge Library, 8:30
a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
a Crystal River Elections Office,
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
a New Homosassa Public
Library, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m-
The last day to request an
absentee ballot by mail is 5 p.m.
Jan. 23. For more information, call
341-6740.
Absentee ballot
requests accepted
The Supervisor of Elections is
now taking requests for absentee
ballots. You can request the follow-
ing ballots by calling the
Supervisor of Elections office at
341-6740 or go online at
www.votecitrus.com-
When requesting an absentee
ballot, you must provide your
name, date of birth, phone number,
street address and mailing
address. The request must be
signed and dated,
The upcoming elections are:

PAe d t 12 reference
5 Primary Election Aug. 26.
a General Election Nov. 4.
For more information, call the
Supentisor of Elections office at


ANOTHER LOCAL
HERO
a Mark Lunsford won the
Jacqueline Kennedy
Onassis Award, part of the
Jefferson Award, in 2006.

took the project one step fur-
ther and began making wel-
come-home baskets containing
gift certificates from area busi-
nesses. In the end, each basket
was worth $600 to $800. She
gave out 26 baskets last year
and two so far in 2008.
Even when the ABC Action
News crew went to tape a seg-
ment Thursday, Mills was quick
to give credit to her friends and
supporters of the various veter-
ans' organizations throughout
the county. In fact, she invited
about a dozen.over for break-
fast before the camera crew
arrived. Veterans from the
Crystal River American Legion


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Arrest made in sexual
battery case
, Deputies last week arrested a
53-year-old man who admitted to
authorities he fondled and per-
formed sex acts on a 5-year-old
boy.
Jose Miguel Ramirez, of 11455
Clamdigger Terrace, Inglis,
was charged with sexual battery
a child younger than 12.
According to the Citrus County
herifs Office, they began inves-
ating the case after the boy
said Ramirez performed a sexual
act on him in a wooded area near
his home.
When deputies went to
mirez's house, he was caught
aving from the back of the
ouse.
He admitted to inappropriately
aching the boy and performing
a sex act on him. Ramirez also
id he engaged in sexual activity
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cranes to migrate from Wisconsin to
Florida each year. In the first five years of
the program, about 60 birds have been
taught a migration route between
Wisconsin and Florida. This is four times
the number that existed in the early 1940s.
Operation Migration Inc. works in part-
nership with nine private and government
agencies known collectively 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 invit-
ed 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.operationmigration
.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.


Chronicle


aircraft- have llown 1,098.3 miles of their
1,260-mile journey from Necedah
National Wildlife Rethge in central
Wisconsin to Chassahowitzka National
Wildlife Refilge along Florida's Gulf
Coast.
Rain grounded the cranes on
Wednesday and high upper-level winds
prevented the cranes from flying
Thursday.
The migration set a record Tuesday, Jan.
8, as the longest migration thus far 77
days. Last yeal: the cranes' migration took
76 days. Thursday was the 86th day of
migration.
The birds left Necedah Wildlife Refuge
in Wisconsin on Oct. 13, and should arrive
in the coming week, weather permitting,
at the ('Iu ---110 u- 11. km National Wildlife
Refuge.
Operation Migration teaches whooping


For the 17 endangered whooping crane
chicks and their lead planes migrating
from Wisconsin to Florida, this week has
followed a familiar pattern long flights
followed by several down days.
The cranes on Tuesday flew 138 miles in
a little over 2 hours, fl'om Marion County,
Ga. to Hamilton County. This trip came
after the cranes were grounded Monday
for a second consecutive day in Marion
County, Ga.
The cranes flow 83 miles Saturday, from
Coweta County, Ga. to Marion County, Ga.
following two down days. In the 10 days
since Jan. 8, the cranes have flown twice
for a total of 221 miles and have had cight
down days.
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an unknown address, at 12:15
p.m. Wednesday on two violation
of probation charges in reference
to felony trespassing and criminal
mischief. No bond.
a Cecelia E. Bustic, 43, 5639
W. Osmond
L a n e
Dunnellon, at 2 ON T
p m 5 For more i
Wednesday on a about arres
Citrus County the Citrus
warrant charge Sheriffs Of
of grand theft. www.sherif
Bond $2,000. click on th
a Gary Lee Reports, th
Johnson III, 21, Reports.
104 S. Harrison
St., Beverly Hills,
at 2:31 p.m. Wednesday on a
charge of petit theft. Bond $250.
a Bud Oneil Thorn, 22, 56 S.
Monroe St., Beverly Hills, at 3:09
p.m. Wednesday on charges of
burglary of a residence and grand
theft. Bond $5,000.
a Todd James Smith, 34, 6301
E. Morley St., inverness, at 4 p.m.
Wednesday on a Hillsborough


County warrant for failure to
appear in reference to an original
driving under the influence charge.
Bond $7,500.
m Matthew Kenneth Pierce,
19, 2806 W. Eastwood St.,
Inverness, at
3:49 p.m.
E NET Wednesday on
formation charges of bur-
s made by glary of a resi-
ounty dence and
ice, go to grand theft.
itrus.org and Bond $7,000.
link to Daily a Brian S.
n Arrest Blake, 22,
3818 E. Cart
L a n e ,
Inverness, at
1:48 p.m. Wednesday on charges
of burglary of a residence, grand
theft, burglary and petit theft. Bond
$10,500.
a Kenneth R. Blake Jr., 18, of
an unknown address, at 1:48 p.m.
Wednesday on charges of burgla-
ry of a residence, grand theft, bur-
glary and petit theft. Bond
$10,500.


a Justin Merritt, 22, 2604 W.
Woodland Ridge Drive, Lecarito,
at 5:45 p.m. Wednesday ori a
charge of assault or battery on a
law enforcement officer. According
to an arrest report Merritt grabbed
a jail guard through the meal door
of a cell. No bond.
a Ronald K. Hannah 11, 18,
6322 W. Fairlee Court, Crystal
River, at 11:50 p.m. Wednesday
on a charge of disorderly intoxica-
tion. Bond $150.
a Vernon Fredrick Perry, 63,
237 N. Basin Dr., Negaunce,
Mich., at 12:25 a.m. Thursdaylon
charges of driving under the influ-
ence, possession of marijuana
and drug paraphernalia. Perry's
blood alcohol concentration was
0.166 and 0.168 percent. The
legal limit is 0.080. Bond $1,500.
a Cari L. Levandoski, 18, 7Q27
E. Stage Coach Trail, Floral City( at
2:49 a.m. Thursday on a charge of
escape from a residential facility.
Levandoski was attending The
Eckerd Youth E-Ninni-Hayse
Camp. Bond $5,000. 4


Citrus County
Sheriff
Domestic battery
arrests
5 Melissa Ann Parker, 27,
Crystal River, at 2:56 p.m. Jan. 10
on a domestic battery charge. A
51-year-old woman said Parker
punched her, pushed her and
pulled her hair. No bond.
DUI arrest
a Elwyn J. McMillan, 18, 8716
Pinetree Drive, Lakeland, at 1:15
p.m. Tuesday on Citrus County
warrant charges of driving under
the influence and possession of a
controlled substance. Bond $500.
Other arrests
a Eric R. Smart, 28, 6548 N. 30
St. St. Petersburg, at 11:40 a.m.
Jan. 9 on a violation of probation
charge in reference to original
felony charges of domestic battery
and burglary. No bond.
a Denise Luanne Perry, 43,
Beverly Hills, at 7:43 p.m. Jan. 10
on a charge of resisting an officer
without violence. Bond $500.


a Boe E. Jacguard, 49, 53 S.
Columbus St., Beverly Hills, at
10:45 a.m. Tuesday on charges
including attempting to procure a
duplicate title of a stolen vessel
knowingly with intent to defraud,
using a fictitious nameladdress in
a n
application, destroying
/altering/defacing/removing a hull
number of a vessel, knowingly
possessing a counterfeit hull, deal-
ing in stolen property and
sell/transfer/purchase a vessel
without a certificate of title. Bond
$17,250-
a Michael Kevin Wilson, 31,
501 Owl Tree Lane, Ocoee, at
10:57 p.m. Tuesday on a Citrus
County warrant charge for grand
theft. Bond $2,000.
a Russell J. Elmer, 26, 7588
W. Fern Place, Homosassa, at
12:41 p.m. Tuesday on a Citrus
County warrant charge for viola-
tion of probation in reference to a
felony charge of driving with a sus-
pended/revoked license. He was
additionally charged with failure to


appear for misdemeanor battery.
No bond.
a Jessica Nicole .Hall, 36,
3700 S.W. 151 Ave., Ocala, at
4:10 p.m. Tuesday on a Marion
County warrant charge obtaining
property by means of a worthless
check. Bond $300.
a Katherine Ann Langen, 26,
7850 N. Heller Ave., Dunnellon, at
8 p.m. Tuesday on a Citrus County
warrant charge of obtaining a con-
trolled substance by fraud. Bond
$5,000.
a Matthew Edward Beville, 23,
2521 N. Nina Terrace, Crystal
River, at 1:37 a.m. Wednesday on
a charge of driving with a sus-
pended/revoked license. Bond
$500.
a Joseph Germani Terrance,
51, 284 Westwoode Dr., Franklin,
N.C., at 11:01 a.m. Wednesday on
a violation of probation charge in
reference to a felony case.
Terrance was originally arrested
by the Williston Police
Department. No bond.
a Theresa Ann Hanson, 50, of


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dentures in place."
Gottus said there's about
$4.000 left over in the trust
account at Regions Bank that
was opened for Govette last
summer. Implants and perma-
nent dentures will cost about
$4.000 more. There's a possi-
bility that the Division of
Vocational Rehabilitation
might cover it.
However; being ready for
implants is still a year away.
Right now, Govette said, he's
still getting used to his tempo-
rary dentures.
"I'm still eating soft foods,"
he said. "I can eat solids, but
I'm not used to it. I have to
learn how to position the food
to make it go to the back of my
mouth."
He said he still has some
discomfort from the dentures,
and talking with them is still
something he's working on,
but smiling comes easily.


"I can go on with my life now
and not worry about the way I
look or about people judging
me," he said. "Imostly want to
thank everyone who made this
happen for me. It s like a new
beginning for me.
For more information about
Jason Govette, contact
Darlene Gottus at
Darlene@gottusrealty.com.


working with him over the
next year, doing temporary
reline treatment," Christian
said. "His bones will be
shrinking and changing, so
we'll be (treating) him to make
sure the dentures are fitting
good.
"When his bones are totally
healed, we'll take new impres-
sions and totally refit him in
about six months to a year."
The final goal, the dream-
come-true, is implants and
permanent dentures. For
Govette, he had only wanted to
have his teeth removed so he
could stop getting infections.


Teeth have always been icing
on the cake.
Getting implants isn't just a
luxury, Gottus said. "Implants
hold the dentures in place
without a plate on the roof of
the mouth. This is important
to Jason, as one of his salivary
glands was removed due to the
cancer when he was a child.
The saliva is very important
when you have dentures with
plates, as it contributes to the
suction that holds standard


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Govette's process began
Aug. 14 at Shands Hospital in
Gainesville, where he had
every tooth in his mouth
removed. -
"I lost only two weeks' time
from work (recovering),"
Govette said at a recent dental
appointment with Dr
Christian. "I haven't had any
infections and haven't had to
call in sick since then."
Govette, who lives in
Dunnellon, works for a compa-
ny based in Jacksonville and
travels out of state a lot.
And he smiles a lot now, too.
"At Christmas, everyone
thought I was a whole new
guy," he said. "All my friends
tell me I look younger I get
carded (when buying aleo
hol)."
Govette is.29.
"Right now he has a lot of
rough, bumpy bone, so we'll be


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CITRIUS COUNTY (FL) CHRnONICKG


Betty Bullock, 70
DUN NELLON
Betty Kathleen Bullock, 70
Dunnellon, died Tuesday, Jan
15, 2008, in Inverness.
She was born in Gul
Hanunock.
Mrs. Bullock was a home-
maken
Survivors include her hus-
hand of 55 years, Charles D.
Bullock of Dunnellon; two
sons, Buster Bullock and wife
Lesa and David Bullock both of
Crystal River; three daughters,
Stormy Johnson and husband
Dwuane, Cricket Hickman and
husband Jimmy, both of
Bushnell, and Freddie Bullock
of Crystal River; six grandchil-
dren; four great-grandchil-
dren; mother, Essie Mae
Higginbotham of Bushnell; two
brothers, Harold Higginboth-
am and Don Higginbotham
both of Bushnell; and three sis-
ters, Evelyn Bell of Warner
Robins, Ga., Joyce Ann
Whicker of Groveland and
Frances Haynes of Bushnell.
Purcell Funeral Home,
Bushnell.

Alexander
Butts, 22
INVERNESS
Alexander Michael Butts, 22,
Inverness, died saturday, Jan.
12, 2008, in
Inverness.
Born Nov. 20,
1985, in Inver-
ness, he was a
lifelong resi-
dent of Citrus
County. **
Mr Butts was
a business own- Alexander
er Butts
He was a
2004 graduate of Citrus High
School.
He was a member of the
First Presbyterian Church of
Inverness.
Survivors include his parents,
Michael and Linda (Ringley)
Butts of Inverness; grandmoth-
er, Margaret Butts of Inverness;
sister, Heather Butts Blackmon
and husband Joe of Crosby, Tex-
as; niece, Katie Blackmon; un-
cle, Dude Ringley of Inverness;
aunt, Willie Howe of Inglis; and
aunt and uncle, Suzanne and
Jim Haley of Birmingham, Ala.
Those who wish may send
memorial donations to their
favorite charity.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Inverness.

James Conner, 81
LECANTO
James Conner, 81, Lecanto,
died Thursday, Jan. 17, 2008.
Born March 25, 1926, in
Detroit, Mich., son of James
and Annie (Burns) Conner, he
came to this area in 1988 from
Clarkston, Mich.
Mr. Conner was a plumber
He was a British Navy veter-
an serving during World War II.
He was Presbyterian.
His wife, Jane (Stewart)
Conner, preceded him in death
July 14, 2005. .
Survivors include a sister
Anne Snyder of Southfield,
Mich.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Beverly Hills.

Dorothy
Custardo, 75
DUN NELLON
Dorothy A. Custard, 75,
Dunnellon, died Tuesday, Jan.
15, 2008, m Citrus Springs. .
She was born Jan. 28, 1932 In
Elmhurst, Ill., to william G. and
Dorothy (Incopero) Nicholson.
She moved to Dunnellon in
1977 from Chicago, Ill.
Mrs. Custard was.a retired
purchasing agent for
International Harvester.
Her memberships included
St. Benedict Catholic Church
in Crystal River, Yankeetown
Woman's Club and the
Dunnellon Moose Lodge.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Daniel L. Deats of
Dunnellon; mother, Dorothy
Nicholson of Chicago, Ill.; son,
David Carbary of Chicago, Ill.;
brother, William Nicholson of
Chicago, Ill.; four grandchil-
dren, Donald Carbary Jr. of
Florida, Donna Snyder of Inglis,
Scott Carbary and Jeffery
Carbaryl both of Chicago, Ill.;
and two great-grandchildren,
Abigail Snyder and Brianna


Snyder both of Inglis.


Lillian Hayes, 83
CITRUS SPRINGs
, Lillian E. Hayes, 83, Citrus
. Springs, died Wednesday, Jan.
16, 2008, at home under the
f care of her family and Hospice
of Citrus County.
She was born Nov 21, 1924,
in Anderson, Ind., and moved
to the Dunnellon area four
years ago from Putnam County.
She was a homemaker who
spent her life loving her family
She lived to witness five genel
-
ations of her family together.
She enjoyed playing cards
and board games and loved
gardening. She was an avid
bingo player,
Survivors include her son,
Bill Atteberry and wife Denise
of Hawthorne; daughters,
Sandra Harney and Sue
Morgan, both of Citrus Springs;
seven grandchildren; 11 great-
grandchildren; and two great-
great-grandchildren.
Donations in her memory
may be made to the American
Diabetes Association, Central
Florida Office, 1101 N. Lake
Destiny Road, Suite 415,
Mainland, FL 32751.
Roberts Funeral Home of
Dunnellon.

Charles
Jacobs, 80
CR Y S TA L RIVER
Charles William Jacobs, 80,
Crystal River, died Wednesday,
Jan. 16, 2008, at Seven Rivers
Regional Medical Center in
Crystal River
Born Nov.
20, 1927, in
Lodi, N.J., to
Luca and Mary
Jacobs, he
came to this area 16 years ago
from Clifton, N.J.
Mr. Jacobs retired as an
account manager with
Honeywell Corp. in Teterboro,
N.J., after 25 years of service.
He was a World War II U.S.
Navy veteran. He was a gradu-
ate of Fairleigh Dickinson
University in Rutherford, N.J.,
where he earned his Masters
degree.
Mr. Jacobs enjoyed traveling.
He was Episcopalian.
He was preceded in death by
his first wife, Henrietta Jacobs,
in 1985 and his second wife,
Delores Bryan, in 2005.
Survivors include two daugh-
ters, Karen Bain of Trussville,
Ala., and Kathleen Henao and
husband Christian of Little Falls,
N.Je; -and six grandchildren,
Kyle, Keith, Alexandra, Christ-
opher, Melissa and Arwen.
Strickland Funeral Home,
Crystal River-

James
McWilliams, 85
FLORALCITY
James W. McWilliams, 85,
Floral City, died Thursday, Jan.
17, 2008, at Citrus Memorial
Health System, Inverness.
Born Aug. 7, 1922, in
Carnegie, Pa., to James and
Lillian McWilliams, he came to
this area 20 years ago from
Eden, N.Y
Mr McWilliams was a finish-
er for Ford Motor Company for
more than 30 years.
He was known widely in the
Floral City area for his home-
made aluminum butterflies
that he made and gave away.
He enjoyed caring for his lawn
and flower gardening and
shared his flowers with friends
and family
He was preceded in death by
his wife, Shirley Gier
McWilliams, Aug. 9, 2004; two
brothers, and one sister
Survivors include two
daughters, Missy McWilliams
of Floral City and Dee Pitillo of
Eden, N.Y.; two stepsons,
James Gier of Harper's Ferry,
W.Va., and Donald Gier of
Eden, N.Y; one stepdaughter,
Wendy Boncore of Eden, N.Y;
one sister; Evelyn "Sis"
McWilliams of Brooksville;
three grandchildren; two great-
grandchildren; six step-grand-
children; and two step-great-
grandchildren; and special
friends, Don and Roberta Hall
of Floral City.
Chas. E. Davis Flmeral Home
with Crematory, Inverness.

Melvin 'Jack'
Naser, 87
HOMOSASSA


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pice of Citrus
County
He was born ., .
Feb.20,1920,as '
the first child of L
Melvin Jacob
Naser and
Virginia Rabe Melvin
Naser in 'Jack'
Washington, Pa. Naser
He graduat-
ed from Glassport High School,
Glassport, Pa., and Grove City
College, Grove
City, Pa., in
1942 with an
AB degree. His
last two years
there he was
captain of the soccer team. He
was also involved with the Civil
Air Patrol, where he obtained
his private pilot's license.
Upon graduation, he enlist
ed in the Air Force and served
his country until 1946. He later
was an employee of U.S. Steel
Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa., in
personnel services, then as an
arbitrator for the company
until his retirement
He and his wife of 64 years,
Harriet, retired to Homosassa
for the winters and to Penn
Hills, Pa., and Foxburg, Pa., for
the summers. He was an avid
golfer and formerly belonged
to Duquesne Country Club,
Foxburg Country Club, and
Sugarmill Woods Country Club.
He was a lifetime member of
the American Legion.
Because of his interest in the
environment, particularly
trees and land management,
the Armstrong County
Conservation District of
Pennsylvania chose him
Outstanding Forester of the
Year for 1978. His many hours
of volunteer work with the
Foxburg Equestrian School for
handicapped and retarded
children started his hobby or
raising and training Morgan
horses. Music and studying his-
tory were his main relaxations.
Mr. Naser was preceded in
death by his only child, Mollie
Pamela Naser, as well as a
younger sister, Mrs. Sara Piper
of Richmond, Va.
He is survived by his wife,
Harriet Hughes Naser; one sis-
ter and brother-in-law, Virginia
and Harper Edwards of New
Port Richey; sister-in-law, Mrs.
Marian Hughes Call of
Gastonia, N.C.; and 10 nieces
and nephews.
Private services and burial
will be in Pittsburgh later at
the discretion of the family.
Memorials may be sent to
Hospice of Citrus County, 16
N.E. 5th St, Crystal River, FL
34429; Alleheny Riverstone
Center for the Arts, Box 215,
Foxburg, PA 16036; Grove City
College, Grove City, PA 16127;
or a charity of one's choice.
Wilder Funeral Home,
Homosassa Springs.

Pead
Smeltzly, 92
STRONG VILLE ,

Pearl K Smeltzly, 94, former-
ly of Inverness, died Monday,
Dec. 31, 2007, in Strongsville,
Ohio.
She was born June 24, 1915
in Toledo, Ohio, the daughter'
of Daniel and Mary (Sabb)
Koorey, and she came to this
area in 1972 from New Jersey
Mrs. Smeltzly worked as a
secretary with Hooper Flmeral
Homes for 13 years and was a
librarian at Cleveland Public
Library for 13 years.
She earned her Bachelor'S
degree from Ohio College,
Cleveland, Ohio, where she
was secretary to President
Booz-Allen.
Her memberships included
St. Mary's Academy, Lorain,
Ohio, and-the Lebanon-Syrian
Women's League, Cleveland
Ohio
Her husband, Harold E.
(Bud) Smeltzly, preceded her in
death Sept. 23, 1998.
Survivors include son, Fred
Macron of North Royalton,


Ohio; sister-in-law, Elsie
Koorey of Mena, Ark.; and a
cousin, Edna Koorey of Ithaca,
N.Y.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Inverness.

Barbara Ross, 57
INVERNESS
Barbara A. Ross, 57,
Inverness, died Wednesday,
Jan. 16, 2008.
Born April 19, 1950, in
Everett, Pa., to Lawrence and
Dorothy (Wallace) Brallier, she
came to this area 27 years ago
from Bedford, Pa.
Mrs. Ross was preceded in
death by her daughter, Lorri
Halwany, and two sisters, Janice
Merideth and Debora Brallier
Survivors include her hus-
band of 22 years, Harry W Ross
of Inverness; son, Chad W Ross
of Tampa; daughter, Angela
Torres of Carlisle, Pa.; sisters,
Kay Showalter of Bedford, Pa.,
and Denise Wright of Loysburg,
Pa.; and a granddaughter,
Haley Halwany of Carlisle, Pa.
Memorials may be given to
Hernando-Pasco Hospice, 3545
N. Lecanto Highway, Lecanto,
FL 34461.
Wilder Funeral Home'
Homosassa Springs.

William
Treacy Jr., 71
INVERNESS
William E Treacy Jr., 71, of
Indianapolis, Ind., and
Inverness died Sunday, Jan. 13,
2008, at Citrus Memorial
Health System, Inverness.
He was born Jan. 16, 1936, in
Indianapolis, the son of
William and Rosella Treacy.
Mr. Treacy was a member of
Our Lady of Lourdes Church
and the Moose Lodge No. 7,
both in Indianapolis, Ind.
His sister Martha preceded
him in death.
Survivors include his wife,
Jacqueline Treacy of
Indianapolis, Ind.; sister,
Elizabeth of Indianapolis, Ind.;
brother, Robert Treacy of
Inverness; and several nieces
and nephews.
Heinz Funeral Home &
Cremation, Inverness.
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NOTICES

Betty Kathleen Bullock.
Visitation was held from 6 to 8
p.m. Thursday, Jan. 17, 2008, at
Purcell Flmeral Home Chapel
114 W Noble Ave., Bushnell.
Services will be conducted at 2
p.m. Friday, Jan. 18, 2008, at
Pleasant Hill Baptist Church
with the Rev. Ernest Thomas
officiating. Burial will be in
Pleasant Hill Cemetery,
Bushnell, under the direction
of Purcell Flmeral Home.
Dorothy A. Custard.
Memorial services for Dorothy
A. Custard, 75, Dunnellon,
will be conducted at 10 a.m.
Saturday, Jan. 19, 2008, at the
Brown Funeral Home in
Lecanto with Fr. Michael
Suszynski officiating. Private
cremation will take place
under the direction of Brown
Flmeral Home and Crematory.
Charles William Jacobs. A
funeral service for Charles
William Jacobs, 80, Crystal
River, will be conducted at 11
a.m. Saturday, Jan. 19, 2008,
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
ON THE EVALUATION AND
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TOWN OF YANKEE TOWN FLORIDA
Notice is hereby given that the Town of Yankeetown is
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TOWN OF YANKEETOWN, FLORIDA
RESOLUTION NO. 2008-01
A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN OF YANKEETOWN
ADOPTING AN EVALUATION AND APPRAISAL
REPORT (EAR) OF THE YANKEETOWN
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, PROVIDING FOR
TRANSMITTAL TO THE DEPARTMENT OF
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS AND OTHER REVIEWING
AGENCIES.
Pursuant to Florida Statutes Chapter 163, sections 163.3181 and 163.3191, and Rules 9J-
5.004 and 9J-5.0053 of the Florida Administrative Code, all Florida communities are
required to periodically review, update and amend their local comprehensive plans and
evaluate how effective the local government is in meeting the state and local government
goals and objectives. The Town of Yankeetown is undertaking this process and adopting
an Evaluation and Appraisal Repod (EAR).
The Town of Yankeetown will hold public hearings to be conducted by the Yankeetown
Planning Commission acting as the local planning agency on January 23, 2008 at 9:30
am. The first public hearing and reading by the Yankeetown Council will be held on
January 25, 2008 at 6:00 pm. All public hearings will be held at the Inglis-Yankeetown
Lion's Club located at 22 59th Street in Yankeetown, Florida for the purpose of considering
public comments and recommendations concerning an Evaluation and Appraisal Report
(EAR) of the Yankeetown Comprehensive Plan, and to adopt and transmit an Evaluation
and Appraisal Report (EAR), to the state and regional reviewing agencies.
The Town of Yankeetown is preparing an Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR) affecting
the Town of Yankeetown in its entirety as reflected in the following geographic location






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Appraisal Report (EAR) at each of the public heanng(s). A copy of the proposed an
Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR) is available for public inspection at the Office of
the Town Clerk, located at Yankeetown Town Hall, 6241 Harmony Lane, Yankeetown,
Florida, Monday through Friday, during regular Town Hall business hours (9:00 am till 12
noon). Pursuant to Florida Statutes Chapter 163, there will also be a sign up sheet available at
the Town Council's public hearing by which members of the public that sign and provide
contact information on the sheet can stay informed during the adoption process.
The Public Hearing(s) may be continued to one or more future dates. Any interested party
shall be advised that the dates, times and places of any continuation of the Public Heanng
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at (352) 447-2511 at least 48 hours (if possible) prior to the meeting so arrangements can be
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they changed the mining
hearing to a workshop and
ninde the recommendation to
set a special workshop that
fdruses on mining issues.
Assistant County Attorney
Pete Aare said the change
was legaL
Officials from an organiza-
tion known as Withlacoothew
Avea Residents (W.A.R) said
they supported the 3,000-foot
ending setback or the pro-
posed ordinance. But the
organization's president, Dan
Hilliard, insisted on having
tidise siao ulolet tt go
rathnerithan in a backP n er
Sue Farnsworth said staff has
gone as far as they can in
drafting a mining ordinance.
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the property in question. He
said Primerica is trying to
work with nature, not against
it.
He said one of the develop-
ers he worked with previous-
ly wanted to impact all the
wetlands.
"I told him good luck. Here
we are 17 years later with a
developer designing with
nature," Czerwinski said.
But Priscilla Watkins, pres-
ident of the Save the
Homosassa River Alliance
said the organization doesn't
support Primerica's plan for
"no net loss of wetlands." She
said it would violate the orga-
nization's

y officials "'tiple rm
no let loss of
acres of wetlands "
would be doesn't mean
the same
but they thing as pre-
serving all the
BCFOS Of wetlands on
site in their
would be natural state.
It means
on-site. tr core

be preserved. Others would
be destroyed, but the devel-
oper would have to mitigate
for the damage. The alliance
advocates zero loss of wet-
lands.
Watkins took exception to a
statement by one technical
expert who described the
Realticorp property as being
part of the central ridge area
of Citrus County. She said the
property in reality is part of
the Coastal High Hazard
Area. Some of the wetlands
connect to Kings Bay and are
governed by the U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers.
She said the federal gov-
ernment and the World Bank
have recognized the environ-
ment as a legitimate use of
water.
"The loss of an ecosystem
can be equated to loss of a
capital asset," she said.


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but ran into wetlands issues.
One of the big differences in
the approaches used by the
two companies is that
Primerica has made a con-
scious attempt to preserve
the most valuable wetlands
On the northwest corner.
Company officials said 11
g acres of wetlands would be
impacted, but they say 11
acres of wetlands would be
created on-site. They also
plan to purchase more than
300 acres of
'-andtabordR COmpan
Preserve State
Park to compen- Said 11
sate (mitigate) wetlands
for the impacts
to natural wet- impacted
lands.
Ho we ve r, Say 11
county staff said
the zoning wetlands
request does not
d
rs ad oul n create
destroyed or impacted by the
development, and without
that information, they contin-
ue to recommend denial.
Due to the size of the appli-
cation, planners said some
areas proposed for zoning
change would comply with
the comprehensive plan
while other areas would not.
The comprehensive plan is
the master land-planning
guide for the county. Land
uses on the ground must
match those listed in the
comprehensive plan, or the
plan must be amended to
make it consistent with how
the land will be used.
Mike Czerwinski, an envi-
ronmental consultant who
often works for property
development companies,
o years said Primerica is the best
to the firm he has worked with in
the 17 years he has dealt with


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whether residential subdivi-
sions could continue to
build close to mines. He
said the 1,000-foot setback
only addresses mining. He
said it doesn't make sense to
create a 1,000-foot setback
for mines if subdivisions
can build in the setback.
The county at one time
had a rule prohibiting min-
ing within 3.000-feet of resi-
dential areas. It was adopt-
ed in lieu of a more compre-
hensive mining ordinance.
But the county removed the
rule from the land develop-


Attorneys for the mining
industry said the setback
rule was always intended to
regulate the noise created
by blasting rock with explo-
sives, and that authority
now rests with the state, not
the county. They say the
3,000-foot setback is invalid
as a tool in regulating noise
and the state has sole
authority to regulate explo-
sives ,and the impacts. of
blasting.


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would be to receive guidance
from planning board mem-
bers on whether they wish to
go forward with it, whether
the county should scrap the
ordinance, or recommend
approval of the 3,000-foot set-
back in lieu of the ordinance.
The recommended set-
backs for limestone mining.
which has been the focus of
much of the controversy.
would be 1,000 feet in the
proposed ordinance. Mines
would be able to operate for
12-hottrt each day from 6:30
a.m. to 6:30 p.m. But miners
like Frank Colitz of Crystal
River Quarries said his rock
truckssometimesstarthaul-
ing at 5 a.m. to avoid the
traffic.
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:Ri ES:: ?? : *RI 1::gn uan 9 -8. mdex 02 --.89 P 1 76 + -.9 XTOEns M.W 73
-21.6 Marathons47.3-2.72 -80 NSTAR 3333 -72 +115 OtmDSS 300 +05 -7.6 StateStr 75.00-6.44 -252 Unisys. 3.54 I -4.1 XcelEngy 21.65 .71
-5.4 MarlntA 3235 -51 -15.1 Nucor 50.30 -274 -844 QuebWrid 28 +09 -156 StatoilHyd 25.77 -122 -113 UtdMkro 307 -02 -16.9 Xerox dl3.46 .42
+3 1 MarshM 27 8 + 83 +3 5 NvFl. 13 39 08 -7 0 Questar s 50.30 -2.86 +1 8 Steris 29.37 -.88 -5 0 UPS B 67.17 -1 46 +14.4 Yamana a 14.00 .20
-17 9 Marshils n d21 3 85 +41 NviMO 13 98 04 -14 0 Quikdvr 7.38 +.34 -14 6 Stedite n 22.27 -.12 -12.7 UtdRentals 16.03 -1.02 -35.0 Yingli n 25.17 39
-39 6 MStewet d5 60 04 +1 9 NvMulSi&G 11 14 08 -20 7 OwestCm d5.56 -.11 -4 2 Stryker 68.62 -1.13 -4 8 US Bancrp 30.22 -.82
-123 Masco dl8 6 -68 +141 NuvQPf2 1233 -21 -1 RPM 20.27 -.66 i -40 SturmRug 7.95 -20 -17.9 USSteel 99.30 -7.50 -12.5 YumBidss 33.47 -.59
-19.3 MasseyEn 28.86 -346 -44 OGEEngy 3468 -69 -455 RadianGrpd6.37 -1.50 -34 SubPpne 39.14 -104 -110 UIdTech 6809 -2.95 -100 ZaleCp 14.46 +26
-178 MasterCrd17608+135 -32 OMGroup5568-406 -145 RadoShk 1442 +.07 -115 SunCmts 18.65 +22 -86 UtdhithGp 5436 -.92 +2.3 Zimmer 67.70 OB
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-214 AhfodH 5.5 +12 -18.7 Chelanes 8234.40 11 1. soerd25 .2 Gnya 8.9 38
-113 Ahlad d2.0 -211 -13.2 Cemes d2.045 -1.05 1 0. iny d8T 10 1. e~e d32
-184 A B~td 350 -6 -8. Asd~tal 867 -. 1 45 Ceintier t 18.301 -,4 olya 660 -.6 -8. n rhrp 3.0 -0
-5.8 ACE td 8.18 -23 -3. Asuran 6484 -.30 -16 9 Ceint~ex 7.209 +.48 -2 Dme 49 17 46 Gnil 43 1
-14. AE~ orp 18.4 -111 30. Assred 18.2 -.57 -159 Chiantie d134.8 -.13 o lrl .7 -08 -. n or 2,4 -1
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-7.5 AXA 36.7 -1.2 -9. LI~cs d2.01 -.56 -8.0 ChubbI 85.0-.24 261 15 EC8d85 -.8 oirg 3.3 -8
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-3. Ftoar 17.01.3 9. nerA 75 .5 169 Mcrsys 5.2 219 -8 Pacex 30 -1 -62 Sgntk 16 -,8 24 Tr.in .8 .5
-1. Ftelt 1.5 109 -.5 It pw 401 .8 122 Mcrrml1A -.8 17 PnN m 30+19 -77S.gn8d 4.4 290 -8 Tu-eii 1.9 .7
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Name DIv YId PE Last C g *Yo g
AT&T Inc 1.60 4.3 19 37.30 7 -10 3
BkofAm 2.56 6.9 8 36.91 78 -10.5
CapCtyBk .74 2.8 16 26.41 06 -6.4
Citigrp 1.28 5.1 34 24.96 28 -15.2


ExxonMb| 1.40 1.7 12 83.91 2.62 -10.4

r rp 1.64 2 5 19 65 2
GenElec 1.24 3.7 15 33 21 1.35 -10.4
GnMotr 1.00 4.4 ... 22.84 -.01 -8.2
HomeDp .90 3.4 11 26.25 -.09 -2.6
Intel 51 2.6 16 19.33 55 -2
7.5
IBM 1.60 1.6 15 101.10 -.53 -6.5

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Microsoft .44 1 3 22 33.11 -.12 -7.0


ProgissEn2.46
RegionsFn1.52
SearsHIdgs ...
SprintNex .10
TimeWarn .25
UniFirst 15
VerizonCmi.72
Wachovia 2.56
WalMart .88
Walgrn .38


46.22 -1.53 -4.6
19.57 -1.59 -17.3
88.93 -1.32 -139
11.57 -- 26 -1 9
15.49 -.47 -6.2
37.61 33
-. -1.0
40.91 -1.41 -64
32.35 -2.44 -14 9
47.48 -.01 1
33.34 +.10 -12.4


52-Week

14,18TO 11, 961 wmenisindustrials
5,487.05 4,069.56 Dow Jones Transportation
555.71 444.74 Dow Jores Utilities
10,387.17 8,811.55 NYSEComposite
2,562.20 2,044.77 Amex Index
2,861.51 2,331.57 Nasdaq Composite
1,576.09 1,363.98 S&P 500
856.48 689.92 Russell2000
15,938.99 13,662.97 DJ Wilshire 5000


Net % YTD 52-wk

121.ast21 -3 95 -4 %-ChgChg
4,140.29 -108.99 -2.56 -9.41 -14.
511.41 -19.83 -3.73 -3.97 +14.60
8,818.95 -254.48 -2.80 -9.46 -3.36
2,246.56 -42.72 -1.87 -6.77 +8.96
2,346.90 -47.69 -1.99 -11.51 -3.94
1,333.25 -39.95 -2.91 -9.20 -6.53
680.57 -19.34 -2.76 -11.16 -12.55
13,389.66 -383.31 -2.78 -9.66 -6.6


Advanced
Declined
Unchan ed
Total issues
New Highs
NewLows
Volume


350
1,184
112
1,646
52
304
1,488,079,963


Advanced
Declined
Unchan d
Total issues
New Highs
NewLows
Volume


699
2,332
114
3,145
19
342
2,779,834,040


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-91 iSRusiKnvad7235-216 -.8 Invemss 55.71 -3.49 +1.2 Olsandsg 4 3 -23
-10 0 IISR2KV nyad63 44 -1 64 1 40 I.JbAcq un 10 25 -.05 2 PhmHTr 78 04 -2 18
-112 IISR2KGnyad74.13-193 +4.6 MktVGold 4194 -1.19 +13.0 PSAgn u37:8 +85
-106 IIShR2Knvad6780 -169 -9.1 MktVRusnya46.30-2.54 -169 PwShChina28 6 -70
-10 5 BShDJTei nvad26.43 69 -14.4 MktV Agr n 49.20 -4.87 -22.4 PwSClnEn 21 0 -1 01
-98 BShREpinva59.25 -100 -8.3 Merrimac 930 -02 +19.5 PrUShSSPu6477.A27
-10.8 iShFnSc nyad83 96-3 80 -1.3 MetroHith 2 36 + 03 -14.7 ProURDow 672 63 -2 18
-15.3 IShDJBkrnyad43.33 -11.3 Millindiah d7.00 -80 +18.2 PrUIShDow59.31 +2.81
2.75 -38 Miramar 605 -03 +264 PrUShMCu69.32 +3.64
-10.4 iShSPSmnyad58.27 +24 NAParig 379 -22 -223 ProUltOQQ TT. 2 -2.18
1.38 -135 NIhgtMg 262 -08 +265 PrUShQ0Q48.06 +1.40
-8.9 iSEu350nyal04.18-151 +348 NovaGldg 1100 +04 -174 ProUltSP d68.40 -4.00


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d 6 8
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-18 0 ATMI inc d28.43 -.62
-113 ATSMed 1.96 -.01

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+12.0 AcordaTh 2439 +2.15
-9.7 Actildsn 26.81 -.22
-16.9 Acxiom d9.75 -.34
-.5 AdamsResp59.47 -.13
-8.0 Adaptec d3.11 -.01
-16.8 AdobeSv d35.55 -2.15
-12.4 AdolorCp 4.03 -.07
457 A&TTech 1 5d -.3d
-16.3 AdvantaAs 6.11 -,33
-142.9 xsd03 -
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-5.6 Agilysys 1427 -.63
+7.6 AirMedian 24.09 -.31
-23.0 AkamaiT 26.64 +.76
+.8 AkeenaSn 8.02 -.48
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-156 Alvarion 8.02 +.01
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-2d MAmB b -.0
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+4.7 ACmdLnn 1700 -.20

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+11 0 ApdioGrp 77.89 -.68
-12 6 Apdk)(ny dl4.91 -.54
- A ednc 1 89 + 25
-10.8 AMCCrs 7.80 +A3
-18.1 ArQule 4.75 -.04
ahm 67 -18d
-105 AresCap 1309 -.26
-49 MadP 404 -.04
to 1 +2
-146 ArmHki 632 +.20
-23.3 Arris 765 -.79
-18.1 ArtTech 3 54 -.26
-2:2 An a tn M
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-12.5 AssedBanc 23.70 -16
+1.8 athenahit n 36.66 -.27
+7.9 AtheroGn h .41 -,02
-17.8 Atheros 25.11 -.48
-25.2 Atmel d323 -.15
1 Au x


+2 2 Auxilum 30 66 +74
43.0 Avanex 103 +02


-1.7 AxcanPh 2261 -14

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-13.0 81drsEmg 4786 -1.20
-IS "f,"fm2 59 3
-15.9 Bankmte 40.42 -2.79
-13.2 8areEscent21.06 -.49

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-24.0 BebeStis 9.78 +.05
-8.6 BedBath 26.86 +.01
+13 Biogenidc 61.05+1.06
48.2 BioMarin 38.30 +.27
-21.9 8iopurersh .50 -.01
-15.3 Bikboard 34,09 -18
-233 BlueCoats25.21 -2.44
-28 BI e 4d +
-42.7 BonTon 5.44 -27
-30.5 BostPrv 618.83 -.58
-0,3 BrigExp 6.82 -.43
+29.2 BrightHrz 44.63 -.26
-22.1 Brightpnt 11.97 -A8
-11.6 Broadcom 23.10 +.32
-15,@ BnxieCm 6.18 -.25
.3 MBA uto 1 +14

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-6.1 CNET 8.58 ,,,
-12.8 CSGSys 12.84 -.20
-6.5 CTCMedia 28.25 -1.22
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-14.4 Cal-Mdne 2270 +33

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-8.7 CellGens 2 10 18
-19.1 CdllTher rs 1 52 +02
-334 n Com 4 -
-7 Cephin 71.25 -OB
+158 Cephdd 30.52 -35
N 52-1
-79 Cemer 51.95 +30
-98 ChadRsse 14.56 +21
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-204 Cheesecakei8.88 -.36
-38 5 ChildPlace 15.95 -.42
iiMnBO 1 U
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-432 ChinaSunn 938 -.17
45.2 ChinaTDv if 5.80 -.51
-9.0 ChrchfD 49 12 -1.36
-22.7 ClenaCorp 2637 -.89
-9.4 OnnRn d35 81 -1.41
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-10 1 Cisco d24 33 82


-17.8 Ciatieph d1195 -.73

-1.9 CogentC d171 1,6 +0

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-195 Cnronet 15A8 -.58
-108 Concmh y74 .01 ..
-181 Coeantsl 4.36 -.04
n.5 Ceonmed 23.00 -.35
486.3 Con~verg 5.69 -2.62
-75.6 CopretV 39.31 -.93
-24.7 iC~ointh d11.59 +20
-10. Conl sksh 6 3.0 +
-426 Credl~ys 15.39 -.10
-4.2 Creelnc1.7 26.311.1
-18.2 Clyipcos 47.00 -.250
-24.8CumMedI 3.705 +.54
463.3 Curisa 1.60 +.02
--72 b~rre 239 -1



-14.9 Deliln 20.86 +18


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3.27fi5 AR


1.1003 111


+28. Pr~hOn46.5 410 .50-9.3 SPFnd d26.25 -.94
+216 PU~hnnl1.5 +710 2.6Spdt~e~u283 13-11.9 SPlnds 34.50 -132
-203 Po~t~nnd3.1 -.51-129 pdrbwRB3.2 -120-11.9 SP Tech 23.50 27
+247ProSR2nuB72+402 109Spdred 990-04 -4.1 SPUhl 40.60 -1.64
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-104RegkHT116.0 -.80-15.2 SemiHTr 27.53 -.38 02Slho 32 52
-23Rneh 1.37 +.09j 487 SPOR dl33.4345 +9Tilwt19+4
-64 etalHT 874 -.8 -1.1SPMid dl37.91 4.20 -. S Id 79 8
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-9.2 BrcindiaTR 88.81 -6.10
-11.8 CommSys 1047 -.22
43.5 Crysidixg 2.36 -.09
-8.0 DJIA Diam l21.90 -2.66
+8.1 EVlnMu2 14.70 +.06
+2.1 EldorGld g 5 92 -.01
-2.1 EiswthFd 799 +.04
-43.2 EvgmEnya d1.26 -.20
+.1 FlaPUll 11.76 -.19
-24.6 GenMoly &80 -.98
+23.7 GoldSirg 3.91 +.04


-.8 GreyWolf 5.29 -.12
... Heckmnwt .75 ..
-10.8 iSAslia nya 2511 -.93
-13,6 iShBraznya6975 -0.03
-11.1 iSCannya 28.56 -.85
-9.0 iShEMU nyal0B.58-1.96
-8.7 iShGernya 32.34 -.49
-12.1 ISh HK nya 19.27 -.63
-8.4 iShJaunnvadl2.10 -.17
-12.4 iShKornya 56.66 -.33
+1.9 iSMalasnyal2.97 -.31
-112 IShMexnya49.72 -1.68
-123 iShSingnyal2.10 -.05


-70 iSTaiwnnval3,98 -37
47 iShSP100abo62.83-162
-12.6 i$hCh25 nyal4S.02-2.63
-8.8 iShmTrnya74.11 -1.96
-9.0 iSSP500nyadl33.50 -
3.86
-11.9 iShEMktnyal32.38-3.97
-9.5 iSSPGth nya63.23 -1.62
-8.1 iSSPVMnyad70.20-2.23
+3.3 iSh20Tnya96.15 +1.23
-9.2 iSEafenva 71.30 -1.09
-10.1 iShC&SRinya71.16-1.10
-88 iSR1KVnyad73.19-2.38











lggest mutual funds listed on Nasdaq. Tables

s one total return figure as follows: __~
n (%)
rn (%)
total return (%)
total return (%)


Lord Abbett A: USTLgn 12.34 +.14 +32.7 Van Kamp Funds A:
AffilA p 12.83 -.37 +67.2 VABond n 11.60 ... +23.6 CATFA p 18 05 -.02 +20 3
BdDebAp 7.67 -.04 446.7 VMuen 23.72 -.67 +70.9 CmstAp 1629 -.47 448
MklCpAp 16.74 -.51 +69.6 Principalinv: OpBdAp 664 +.02 +304
MFSFundsA: DiscLCinst13.65 -.43 +65.5 EqincAp 849 -.15 4614
MITA 19.40 -.51 +65.1 LgGrlN 8.46 -.25 +78.7 Exch 44889-16.01 +750
MIGA 1399 -.28 +49.2 PutnamFundsA:
HnilN DA 2 -. ++ld& Am Ap 932 + 03 + 0 9
MFLA 998 +.01+23.6 Convp 19.18 -.30+67.8 HiYidA 1017 -03+509
TotRA 1451 -.25 +48.2 DiscGr 19.80 -.56 +59.5 HYMuAp 1061 ... 4349
UtilA 1799 -.47+208.2 DvrinAp 9.64 -.05 443.8 InTFAp 1771 -03 +183
ValueA 24 27 -,77 +T/.5 Eq[nA p 14.87 -.43 +66.1 MunlA p 14 30 + 01 +21 9
MFSFundsB: EuEq 23.92 -.38+124.1 PATFAp 1680 ... +203
MIGB n 12.66 -.25 444.5 GeoA p 15.29 -.25 +40.3 StrGovih 43 19 -1 44 +50.1
GvScBn 9.79 +.03 +17.4 GibEqiyp 10.32 -.26 484.5
HilnBn 3.58 -.02 +42.9 GrinAp 14.17 -.50 441.2 StrMunincl2.64 +01 +28.4
MulnBn 8.55 +.02 +22.8 HNhAp 52.28 -.48 447.2 USMigeA13.41 +.02 +20.7
ToIR8 n 14.50 -.25 443.5 HiYdA p 7 53 -.04 +56.5 UlliA p 24.10 -.80+115.7
MFSFundsInsti: HYAdAp 586 -.02 +62.2 VanKampFundsB:
IntlEq n 18.47 -.24+124.6 IncmA p 6 81 +.01 +24.1 EnterpB t 12.52 -.37 439 6
MainStayFundsA: IntiEqp 2508 -.35+111.0 EqlncBt 8.34 -.14 4559
HiYklBA 607 -.02 +71.2 IntGrinp 1261 -.16+131.1 HYMuBI 1061 +299
MaInStay Funds B: InvAp 12.70 -,45 443.5
CapApBt 26.74 -75 433.9 NJTxAp 9.31 +.01 +23.4 MulB 14.28 +.01 +174
Conv9 t 14.58 22 +54 3 Nw0pA p 47.01 -1.36 +62.7 PA TF8 t 16.75 +.01 +15 8
GoviBI 8.46 +02+148 OTCAp 8.87 -.25+72.2 StrGwth 36.25-1.214445
HYklBBt 6.03 -02 +648 PATE 9.18 +.01 +23.8 StrMuninc l2.63 ... +237
IntlEqB 13.46 -07+1017 TxExAp 8.77 +.01 +24.3 USMtge 13.35 +.02 +158
SmCGBpl3.16 -40 +38.7 TFinAp 14,97 +.01 +22.3 UttlB 23.98 -.80+1078
TotRtBt 16.22 -24 +39.7 TFHYA 12.72 +.03 430.6 Vanguard Admiral:
Malrs &Power: USGvAp 13.57 +03 +21,4 CAITAdmn11.10 +210
Growth 69.11 -186 460.g Utihp 15.27 -47+130.3
MarsicoFunds: VstaAp 10.33 -35 +68.2 Cp0pAdin7528 -1.91+1197
Focus p 17.69 55 +71.4 VoyA p 17.14 44 433 0 Energy n 135 94 -5.11 +283 6
Growp 19.80 -58 +70.0 Putnam Funds B: EuroAdmin84.61-1.28+1517
21stCntp1534 -34+137.9 CapAprt 1623 -53+388 ExplAdmln58.46-1.60+815
Matthews Asian: DiscGr 17.96 -51 +536 ExtdAdmn3537 -1.06 +970
India r 23.05 44 NS Dvrln8 I 9.56 06 +38 5 500Adml ni22.82-3.67 61 6


Midas Funds: GbEq t 9 42 23 +77 5 HI hCr n 58 71 -1 15 83 5
MMdas Fu5 7s' 21 +264.7 i 2 2
MMone nS 8ey -A6 AB H 4 9 R AM n
DivGlhA 17 65 45 +52 1 HYAdB t 577 02 +56 0 (TAdmi n 13 49 + 01 +22 6
MorganStanleyB: inemBt 676 +01+195 [TGrAdmn996 +03+294
B t
MSIratB St 8 1- 26 +86 6 NJTxB I 931 +.02 +19 6 MorgAdm n53 99 -1 59 +74 8
organ y Nw0pB t 41.51 -1.21 +56 6 MuHYAdm n10.75 + 01 +28 5
GW n 6 NwVal p 13.55 -.56 446 1 PrmCap r n68.61 -1 87 +99 1
intiEqln 17.66 -,19+1133 OTCBt 7.71 -.21 +662 STsyAdmln10.76 +02 +208
Murder Funds A: Ty yB8tt 1 Od ShtTrAdn 15.75 +01 +133
IntemlA 20.61 --49 +954 TFinBt 14.99 +.01 +184 STIGrAdn1076 +01 +229
MutualSerles: USGv8t 13.50 +.03 +170 TxMCaprn63.90-193 4696
BeacnZ 14.70 -.21 485.9 UtilBt 15.19 -.48+1218 TIBAdidn1032 +03 +268
DiscZ 3023 -.27+129.5 VislaBt 8.86 -.30 +620 TSIkAdmn3198 -95 +694
QudfdZ20.59-.21+1042 VoyBt 14.76-.39+280 WellsiAdmn51.93-454415
SharesZ 2347 -,41+782 RSFunds: WeitnAdmn53.79-1.03t696
Neuberger&Berm Iny: CoreEqA 39.36 -.92 4622 Windsorn48.57 -162 +680
Focus 24.51 -,70 +77,1 IntGrA 18.18 -.25+110 7 WdsrilAd n50.85 -1 69 +77 5
GenesInsl4323-1.17+120.9 Value 23.22 -75+1421
Intir 18.58 -.01+161.7 Rainier Iny Mgt: Vanguard Fds:
Partner 28.74 -1.04+101.3 SmMCap 33.73 -122+1357 AssetAn 2729 -.80 4616
Neuberger&BermTr: RiverSourceA: CALTn 11.61 -.01+248
Genesis 45.16 -122+1182 BalanceA 10.40 21 446 7 Cap0pp n 32.58 -.83+118 7
NicholasGroup: DEI 11.25 -40+1161 Convrtn 13.30 -.14 +773
Hiinc in 9.90 -.05 445.0 Dv0ppA 8.47 24 469 4 DivdGro n l4.11 35 +74 7
Nichn 4427-.95449.3 Growth29.52-534483 E n7238-272+2824
Northern Funds: HiYdTEA 4.36 ... +214 -70
SmCpids 8.49 -14 481.3 LgCpEqp 4.85 -13 +495 Eqinen 22A8 4690.
Techoly 12.45 -.25+62.8 MCpGrA 8.57 -264482 Expirn 6281-1724800
OakAssocFds: MidCpVip 8.28 -30+1401 FLLTn 1164 +254
Whil0kSGn34.08 -58 +41.0 Royce Funds: GNMAn 1050 +03 +250
OakmarkFunds I: LwPrSkSyri345 -27 +958 GobEqn 2115 -52+131.1
EqtyInc rn 25.91 37 +76.0 MicroCapi 14 48 29+133 2 | Grolnc n 29 20 88 +59 9
Globalin 21.87 -54+1332 PennMuir 960 -24 +968 1 GrthEqn 1194 -38 +746
Intilrn 18.88 -27+1152 Premiedr 1547 -42+117.6 : HYCorpn 579 -02 4392
Oakmark r n36.61 88 +39 4 TotRell r 11 60 30 +72.7 HRhCre n l39 11 -2 71 +827
Select rn 22 86 59 +26 0 VMSve I 9 57 27 +149 0
OldMutualAdvil: MPISvc 1234 -28+174.7 InSaPron 1277 +06 +378
Tc&ComZi491 -32+929 RussellFundsS: InliExpirn1637 -20+1981
Oppenhelmer A: DivEq 43.76 -1.37 +887 InOGrn 2217 -31+1363
AMTFMu 9.15 +.01 +275 IntlSec 64.92 -.96+1323 IntlVain 3809 -60+1569
AMTFrNY 12.78 +.01 4337 MStratBd 10.52 +01 +272 [TIGraden 996 +03 +288
CAMuniAp10.55+.01+331 QuantEqS34.93-101+567 ITTsryn1158+04+271
CapApA p 45.61 -1.22 +52 8 ? Rydex Advisor: UfeCon n 16 47 20 447 9
CaplncA p 10.98 -.14 +58 9 OTC n 11 65 19 +70 4 LifeGro n 2300 55 +73 5


GlobAp 6548 -122+1163 LgCValAn1822 -64 +674 LTTsryn 1184 +08 +362
G 2 TxMgLCnl277 -38 +612 Morgn 1741 -51 +734
IntBdAp 849 4873 SSgAFunds: MuHYn 1075 +01 +280
MnStFdA 3303 -1 01 +542 EmgMkt 26 88 69 4327 9 MulnsLg n 12 59 02 +25 7
MSSCAp 17.30 -.49 +84.6 IntSlock 12.68 -16+1515 Muintn 1349 +01 +222
MkfCapA 17.35 -.56 +53.3 STIClassIc: MuLtdn 1090 +01 +151
PAMuniA p 12.38 +38.3 LCpMEqA 12 40 38 +66 3 Mu Long n 11 30 +.01 +25 6
CpVl31421-1.05+ A 6 MuShtn 1575 +.01 0
USGv 9.74 +03 +229 SelLCSIkCI26.57-88 +422
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AMTFrNY 1277 +02 +286 HithCare 16.50 -33+1396 PALTn 1130 -.02 +246
Cplnc8 t 10 85 -.14 +52 4 10001ny r 38.96 -1 15 463 3 PrecMtis r n31.49 -.88+320 9
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HiYIdBt 9.99 -.11 +52.0 intIr 17.73 -.13+156.1 SmlCpVinl380 -37 +77.3
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HlthScin 2810 -36+1252 UMBScoutFunds: TBistn 1032 +03+27.0
HiYieldn 656 -03+516 Intl 3407 -.45+1421 TSinstn 3199 -94449.8
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P d j TradGvA 737 +01 +181 net change, as well a
Eaton Vance CI B
Al in a nts' +58 2 Bt nees: 4-wk total retur
CapDvB t 14 10 44 +83 1 NatlM8 t 11.24 07 +33 1 Wed: 12-mo total retu
AIM Investor CI: Eaton Vance CI c Thu: 3-yr cumulative
& %tPp + t CPt 1 Frl: 5-yr cumulative t
a ).11ilities 18 97 59+143 3
Advance Capital : EAs 14 -15 +713 Name: Name of mutu
C.Salancp 1660 -35 4490 Evergreen C: NAV: Net asset value
Ag Fund : ... +295 As(NICt 13.91 -15 +655 Chg: Net change in p
rt 5 16+127 E an1 47 +233 70181 FOturn: Percent
llianceBern A: SIMunil 993 +155 dividends reinvested.
8alanAp 158B -31 +518 Excelsior Funds: tive
p + EH Y 2 Data based on NAVs
AllianceBern Adv: s. FOOtnoteS: e Ex-ca
n 20 2 + 0 FBR Fund4893 -43+1262 n No-load fund. p -
AIllanceBern B FPA Funds: Redemption fee or c
F.Corp8dBp1182 -01 354 F me 44 +256 Stock dividend or spli
At 2 7 +120 1 No information availa
e- CpGrBt 21.90 -.59 4819 Federated A wish to be tracked.
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Wilianz Funds A: FoundAlp 12.65 -.21 NS
NFJDvVI t 15.05 -.50 484 8 FK ae tK S 1 10 +132 4 GATFA p 12.12 ... +26.3
AllianzFundsC: FidelltyAdvFocT. GoldPrMA38.05 -.97+246.1
rowthCt22.91 -.59 +69.1 EnergyT 47.10 -2.07+238.1 GrwthAp 40,62 -.90 +708
argetCt 17.39 -.58 +91.0 HitCarT 21.68 -.49 +60.4 HYTFAp 10.63 +.01 4328
Amer Beacon Insti: Fidelity Advisor A. IncomAp 2.48 -.04 +768
tgCapinsl21.44 -.70 +93.5 DivlnliAr 19.64 -.28+126.8 insTFAp 12.29 +.01 +249
t'PBnean Pland +91.0 Nwinsgh p 19 48 44 NS NA FAp +.0 5
AmerCenturyAdv: F Advisor 30+129.9 LMGvScA1024 +.02+164
mer centuryinv: Eq1nin 26.58 -87 +674 MATFAp 11.92 ... +249
815 16 25 +48 3 InlBdl n 10.82 + 02 +21 0 MITFA p 12.27 +,01 +24 4
Eqlnen 729 -15 4621 Fiddilty AdvisorT MNInsA 12.16 +.01 +241
towthi n 23 86 56 +627 BalancT 15.07 34 441 9 MOTFA p 12.28 +.01 +25 8
I01880 -75+1323 NJTFAp 12.18 +.02 +269
100 2626 -74 4587 DivlnlTp 19.43 -29+1237 NYInsAp 11.53 -.01 +228
Oscrn l237 -24+2187 DivGrTp 11.43 -35 +349 NYTFAp 11.78 +.01 +243
tlGrol n 12 26 19+110 9 DynCAT p 1154 47 +61 2 NCTFA p 12.26 ... +25.3
New Opp r n7.09 25 +75 1 Gr0ppT 35 85 -96 +57 8 ORTFA p 11.92 +.01 +27.4
OneChAgn12.74 -27 NS HilnAdTp 958 -10 +837 PATFAp 10.46 +.01 +25.0
RealEstlnl9.46 -31+125.2 IntBdT 10.80 +.02 +193 ReEScAp15.73 -.23 467.1
per:,,-, 22.35 -59 448.2 MidCpT 20.13 -.41 4874 RisDvAp 30.72 -.99 443.4
Lauel.. .1 5.73 -14 +59.9 MuincT 12.89 +,01 +252 SMCpGrA30.66 -.96 +75.2
Vista n 18.29 -.68+128.9 OviseaTp 21.54 -.34+126 6 USGovA p 6.57 +.02 +21.4
AmericanFundsA: STFiT 9.30 +150 UtilsAp 14.12 -.43+124.5
JUAmcpAp 18.49 -.39 +58.8 Fidelity Freedom VATFAp 11.79 +.01 +26.6
ggAMutlAp 26,09 -.70 455.8 FF2010n 14.12 -18 +475 FrankffmpFrnkAdv:
8ttBalAp 18.38 -.28 +534 FF2015n 11.78 -17 NS IncmeAd 2.46 -.04 +76.9
BondAp 13.15 ... 4326 FF2020n 14.73 -26 4636 Frank/TempFrnkB:
BS CapWAp 2007 -.02 +503 FF2025n 12.21 -23 NS IncomeBt 2.47 -.04 469.0
BC CaplBAp 59.16 -.90 4889 FF2030n 15.11 -33 +70.7 FrankffempFrnkC:
St-CapWGAp41.36 -.70+1471 FF2035n 12.48 -28 NS FoundMpl2.45 -.21 NS
EupacA p 46.81 -.61 +153.6 FF2040 n 8.85 20 +75.8 IncomC t 2.49 -.04 +71.9
3 FdInvAp 38.84 -104+102.9 Incomen 11.29 -06 +26.9 Frankffemp Mtl A&B:
GwthAp 3125 -.69+87.1 Fidelityinvest. BeacnA 14.60 -.21482.9
HITrAp 1153 -04 458.7 AggrGrrn20.42 -58 +78.0 DiscA 29.89 -.27+125.6
NncoA p 18 30 30 +69.4 AMgr50 n 14.70 21 48.1 QualidA t 20.48 -.21 +100.7

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Mi^ AM 35 +2 F Run +255.7
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8 WashB t 30 77 -90 4522 Divintl n 35 68 67+150 5 GrwthC p 21 67 -.33 481,1
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DrndrM MM S&SPM 40.90 -1.24 457.4
8 Artisan Funds: Eqinen 4945 -164 442.7 GE investments:
8 intl 2676 -33+139.4 EQIIn 2059 -68 +59.7 TRFd1 17.39 -.31 +58.3
MidCap 2723 -56 401.4 ECapAp 2384 -40+153.8 GMOWustill:
MidCapVall6.19 -42+105.6 Europe 3790 -64+187.0 EmMkr 19.71 -.574361.0
BaronFunds: Exchn31864-835+72.8 For 16.54-.24+145.1
Asset 56.22-183+101.6 Exportn 2244 -77+82.7 IntIntrVI 29.98 -.55+156.3
Growth 45.64 -106 +93.8 FkieIn 3596 -1.19 +74.1 GMOWustlV:
da -Partners p 19.97 67 NS Rity rn 18 48 -.37 +46 0 EmrMkt 19.64 -.56 4381.7
p Cap 20.87 -55+992 FrinOnen2812 -.61+704 Foreign 18.54 -.24+145.9
Bernstein Fds: GNMAn 1110 +03 +235 IndGrEq 26.63 -.49 NS
IntDur 13.35 +02 +25.5 GovtInc 1056 +03 +247 IntilntrM 2996 -55+157.1
8 OivMu 14.32 +03+18.8 GroCon 7479-2.04+1077 GMOWustVI:
8 ExMgdinti 22.33 -34+119.5 GroInc n 24 44 88 +31 4 EmgMkis r 19.65 57 NS
intlPort 22.30 -34+124.5 HighIncrn 841 -.04 +558 InillndxPI 24.11 +04 NS
EmMkts 3620 86 4373 3 Indepn n 24.11 -1.08 +852 In11CorEq 36.58 64 NS
BlackRockA: IntBdn10.28+.02+21.3 USQItyEq2129-37NS
AuroraA 18.84 -M 4693 IntGovn 10.46 +.03 +21.3 Gabelli Funds:
CapDevApl6.22 -.45 +657 IntlDison 38.40 -.68+162.9 Asset 45,06 -120 4912
OttGIAIAr 19.28 -.20+120.1 IntlSCprn20.69 -.21+237.3 GatewayFunds:
HiYInvA 7.51 -.04 +59.6 InvGBn 7.28 +.02 +23.0 Gateway 27.01 -48 +37.2
BlackRockB&C: Japann 12.96 ... +77.2 GoldmanSachsA:
GIAlCt 18.13 -.19+111.7 JpnSmn 9.60 +.04 +63.2 HYMuAp 1042 +.03 +27.2
19 ackRock instl: LCpy] rn 13.00 -.48 +75.6 MdCVA p 31.78 -1.15 +91.9
If.BaVII 27.01 -.79 467.0 LatAmn 53.85-2.01+534.1 GoldmanSachsinst:
STAGIbAlloct 19.35 -20+122.8 LevCoSIkn27.76-112+216.3 HYMunin 10.42 +.03 +29.6
gdirandywine Fds: 1.owP rn 37.12 87+19.3 MklCapV 32.04 -1.16 +95.9
utiFd n 31.13 -78 +97.5 Magdki n 83.03 -2 44 +57.1 Struint 13.28 -.19+141.7
mdywnn31.52 -.75 +93.6 MDMurn10.97 +02 +23.4 Harbor Funds:
"BrinsonFundsY: MAMunn11.98 +02+263 Bond 1221 +.02+31.3
2 -HiYkilYn 6.45 -.03 449.8 MegaCpStkn10.55-33 +54.1 CapApinst33.52 -.98 +63.8
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n 24.15 -1.15+158.7 MidCapn 25.48 -84 +79.0 Hartford FdsA:
sn45.52-2.54+3052 MNMunn1140+01+23.3 CpAppAp35.88-1.18+121.1
AlutI n 28.42 -1.04+123.7 MigSee n 10 57 +03 +17.3 DivGthA p 19.35 -.65 +72.3
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GrowthCt47.32-138 489.9 100Index 967 -.27 NS Dy&Gr 20.52 -.71 +77.0
Calvert Group: Ovrsean 4258 -.84+1472 Advisers 19.64 -.42 443,4
Inco p 16.61 -.01 436.5 PcBas n 26 75 -.57+162.7 Stock 42.37 -1.41 +53.4
IntlEqAp 1926 -.30 +91.5 PAMunrn1091 +.01 +24.5 TotRelBd 11.30 +.01 +27.9
MunInt 10.73 +.01 +17.7 Puritnn 1777 -.36 +56.4 HartfordHLSIB:
SocialA p 27.74 45 440 2 RedE n 23 47 -.38+101.6 CapApp p 46.26 -1.50 +128.6
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61xFLt 10.04 ... 449. SmCapIndrl7.05-.39 +798 Hennessy Funds:
IxFLgp 16.52 ... +217 SmilCpSrn15.63 -32 +909 CorGroll 17.84 -.90 NS
TxFYT 15.97 +.02 +20.6 SEAsian 34.47 -9243092 HollBalFdn15.57 -21431.4
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Inst tual r n15.48 -.17+145.1 Stratinc n 10.48 -.01 +50 7 442.9
Clipper 72.66-2.21+24.3 StrReRIr 9.99 -.01 NS ICONFds:
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AcomZ 28.14 -.68+116.9 Alrn 37.56 -1 27+100 0 JPMorgan A Class:
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Pharm n 11.44 27 +67 9 BlendA 17.05 -.59 482 8
MgdTMFuniSj + Retain 35.79 -45 +534 HiYIdAp 5.37 -.02 +529
DavisFundsA Softwrn 70.74 -92 +905 InsuredA 10.77 -.01 +201
NYVenA36.12-1.00+755 Techn 66.86-180+702 UtilityA 12.97 -37+2094
Na n 6 -.96 +686 Telcm n 45 -1 +742 Jennhon a- +535
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Kathie Stewart ...................circulation director
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ofhelal who oversees the con-
tract with CCA, will be monitor-
ing the investigation. This is also
less than reassuring, because a
truly independent investigation
also should examine the role of
the county's oversight.
When people are put in jail,
they should stay there until they
are released. When the orgam-
tione nsibe
SUE: these individuals
capes from fails to perform its
y jail. first duty of assur-
ing that prisoners
INION: remain in custody,
ndent citizens of the
county deserve an
on needed.
explanation of
what went wrong
and how the prob-


he second escape of a
trusty from the Citrus
County Detention Facility
in less than two years raises
questions about management
and county oversight of the pri-
vately-run jail that should be
answered without delay.
While the operator of the jail,
Corrections Corporation of

eb lessCtCA
Ally forthcoming THE IS
about the circum- Prisoner es
stances of the count
escape, the facts
that are known OUR OP
are disturbing. Indepe
County resi-
investigati
dents deserve an
explanation of
why a prisoner
charged with a felony was
allowed trusty status, and what
breakdown in jail security
allowed the prisoner to appar-
ently just walk off the site.
Unfortunately, rather than
calling for an independent
investigation, CCA plans for one
of its employees to conduct the
investigation. This is not reas-
suring, because however quali-
fled and conscientious the indi-
vidual, the fact that the company
is using an employee to conduct
the investigation raises ques-
tions about the impartiality and
independence of that investiga-
tioC unty Manager June Fisher
says Charles Polisino, the county

Seems like a waste
.
With all the talk about impact
fees, I wonder how much tax money
I saw being wasted yesterday after-
noon. Thursday, at 2
o'clock, three of the coun-
ty mowers went east on 0
Turner Camp Road, which "
is (County Road) 581,
toward the river, mowing.
Fifteen, 20 minutes later,
MI threeao helrrou rdsriv- a
.
ing on the blacktop -
Appharently there w t ttook can...
t ngowems ge out 563-
here to find, I wonder how
much equipment, man-
ower and fuel that wasted for me "
Let us eat lobster
I think it's time that we do get a
Red Lobster or Olive Garden here in
Inverness...
Newcomers should pay
To accommodate newcomers
moving into the county, we must
have more schools, government
buildings, roads, parks and so on.
Each population increase impacts
the county. The question is, should
this tax burden be on our current
residents or the newcomers causing
that extra burden? In all fairness,
the burden should be shouldered by
the newcomers. The impact fees
should not be lowered. Trying to
stimulate construction when the
county is already overbuilt is foolish.
it hurts others, including local busi-
nesses, rental properties and peo-
pIe with houses to sell, many of
whom are struggling after working
their hearts out to get ahead.
We need unity
Reading "Other Voices" about
Democrats and Republicans running
on a bipartisan ticket with Nebraska
Republican Sen. Chuck Hagel, a


lem will be fixed.
It is laudable that CCA has
agreed to be financially accoun-
table for the cost incurred in
searching for ancLapprehending
the latest escapee. Anything less
is asking citizens of the county to
pay for the failure of a private
company to fulfill its obligations.
The second escape of a trusty
from the county jail in less than
two years has raised important
questions that should be
answered by a truly independ-
ent, professional investigation
that will determine what led to
these security breakdowns, and

mostdimportantlpr vhe tneeudts to
escapes,

highly regarded Vietnam veteran, and
then Mayor Mike Bloomberg, sounds
like a great change for the USA. We
need that type of change. Let's look
into Unity '08. Gerry Mulligan, pub-
lisher, please give us a run-
down on Unity '08.
Publicize it well. I would
like to know more about it-
Maybe we can change this
nation into something
worthwhile again.
Don't mess it up
I hope these visionaries
that are coming in from

0579 Etete d bettt for
7
visionaries did in
Dunnellon. All they've done is mess
up the road. You can't get across.
You can't get anywhere and can't
even have a business and be com-
fortable. tt e flitkheeS .

just messed the whole city up and
it's still messed up...
Signal or ticket
I try to be a safe driver and I am
concerned with the lack of turn sig-
nal use by drivers in this county, as
well. I see in Sound Off that people
are calling in about this. As we're
driving down (State Road) 44, drivers
are getting more and more aggres-
sive. They speed, they change lanes
without using signals. It's a very
scary thing if you're driving along
and another car cuts you off with no
signal. And it's all something that
could be simply done out of cour.
tesy to another driver. Drivers have
no consideration for anyone else.
They think they own the road. If
you're in the left lane and you're
going too slow, they push you over.
But my major concern is these driv.
ers who are driving down and they
don't use their signal when they
change lanes. They should be given a
ticket,


. nab-wl to the


Editor
that road. The original survey per-
formed for the county indicated
that 7 acres would be taken, which
was part of Pine Ridge. The county
offered $300,000 for the 7 acres.
While Al was serving as president
of the board, the decision was
indeed made to seek an independ-
ent appraisal. That appraisal did
come back as $600,000. When asked
for clarification and details, the
appraiser replied that the location,
a strip along the side of the road,
could not be sold for residential or
commercial use and marketable
value may be as little as zero dol-1
lars.
Now to the facts.
1. An error was made in the origi-
nal survey. The area in Pine Ridge
was actually only 3 1/2 acres, not
the 7 originally stated.

di e Ttli n pl I I lot s
become aware that the area was
only 3 1/2 acres instead of 7.
3. The original offer was $42,857
per acre. The sale approved by the
present board is $235,000 for 3 1/2
acres. It was actually sold, then, for
$67,142, not the original $42.857.
The present board sold it to the
county for more than 1 1/2 times
\vhat was originally offered on a per
acre nee
9 1 k t
Al's letter certain y ma es i dis-
sound like thehactionl ents s
honest, even ougl le so
know that we received a better
price. I question Al's closing com-
ment about encouraging "more law-
suits." It makes one wonder who
caused those actions, but Pine
11idge, in the year 2007, will spend
as much as 10 times the typical
amount spent in recent years on
legal fees. That is paying lawyers
with money that could well be used
elsewhere. Is that kind of like suing
yourself?
Ha McBrid
rry
Pine Ridge


Negative hel
The latest inane attempt by this
country to achieve energy inde-
pendence (Energy Bill) is yet anoth-
er sop to the no-growth environ-
mentalists who want to bring the
United States economy down to the
level of Uganda.
Instead of pushing for more oil
exploration, nuclear plants and
coal gasification, the bill sets man-
dates for more ethanol use and
"alternate" energy sources. At the
same time, the bill requires
increased mileage levels for new
cars.
The use of ethanol in motor vehi-
cles cases a 15 percent reduction
in miles per gallon. Thus, a car that
now gets 25 mpg with gasoline will
be able to reach only 21 mpg with
ethanol. The further negative is
that the production of ethanol
requires the application of more
energy than is released from the
corn stock that is used. ns 1 eke

ethanol than the final product,
ethanol, adds as a filel.)
The U.S. has more coal than any
other country in the world. We need
a Manhattan Project to push the
use of coal, to expedite the use of
coal and to expedite the permitting
and construction of nuclear plants
to meet the needs of an expanding
population and to enhance our
t d d ofan ar ivmg.
Without an aggressive, sensible
energy policy the U.S. will soon sco
$6 gasoline and monthly electne
bills in the $300 to $400 range.
When one looks at the tens of mil-
lions of people in China, India and
Russia who are, only now, moving
toward higher living standards,
with finite energy sources avail-
able, the handwriting is on the wall.
For those who have forgotten
their history, the Manhattan Project
was the name of a massive, secret
plan during World War 11 that


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pushed the development of the
atomic bomb. The use of two of
those bombs over Hiroshima and
Nagasaki brought the war to a suc-
cessfill end and saved at least a mil-
lion American lives, including that
of this writer.
The priorities given by our gov-
ernment to the Manhattan Project
allowed the U.S. to develop the
bomb before Germany.
John Henson
Hernando

Pine Ridge land
.
In the Dec. 16 Chronwle was a
letter from Al Giannone in which he
questioned the honesty of three
members of the Pine Ridge Board
of Directors. He named Harvey
Gerbet: Maxine Hulso and Mark
Schroder and accused them of sell
ing road frontage land along County
Road 486 to the county for less
money than was cla-a-.I.
The county is preparing to widen


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for Inverness Christian Academy,
scored the 1,000th point of his career
Tuesday night against Seven Rivers
Christian School. Point No. 1,000
came on a three-pointer at the
beginning of the fourth quarter, after
which the game was stopped for a
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"He can dribble through triple
coverage and still score," said ICA
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dling skills are phenomenal, and
I've seen a lot of basketball down in
Miami and Fort Lauderdale where I
was principal before I moved up
here.
Mousel has a 3.7 GPA and has
amassed hundreds of volunteer
hours with the Department of
Forestry Mousel plans to attend the
University of South Florida and play
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Super Bowl
Sunday, Feb. 3
Glendale, Ariz.
AFC champion vs. NFC champion,
6:17 p.m.


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O'Callaghan (flu). LIMITED: QB Tom
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NEW YORK GIANTS at GREEN BAY
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Dockery (hip), CB Sam Madison
(abdomen). LIMITED: WR Plaxico
Burress (ankle), T Kareem McKenzie
(ankle), CB Aaron Ross (shoulder).
PACKERS: LIMITED: LB Nick Bamett
(hamstring), CB WIII Blackmon (foot). TE
Bubba Franks (knee). WR Greg
Jennings (groin), WR Koren Robinson
(knee), C Scott Wells (glute), CB Charles
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Jacksonville 31, Pittsburgh 29
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San Diego 17, Tennessee 6
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West, 6,930 yards, par 72
La Quinta Country Club, 7,060, par 72
Silver Rock, 7,403 yards, par 72
Second Round
D.J. Trahan 67-64 131 -13
Robert Gamez 66-65 131 -13
Justin Leonard 68-64 132 -12
Steve Elkington 66-68 134 -10
Brett Rumford 67-68 135 -9
Scott Verplank 70-65 135 -9
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Tim Petrovic 65-70 135 -9
Jeff Quinney 66-69 135 -9
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Dustin Johnson 67-69 136 -8
Omar Uresti 65-72 137 -7
Ken Duke 67-70 137 -7
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Vaughn Taylor 70-68 138 -6
Nicholas Thompson 68-70 138 -6
Mathew Goggin 65-73 138 -6
Brian Gay 71-67 138 -6
John Merrick 73-65 138 -6
Kenny Perry 66-72 138 -6
JeffSluman 71-67 138 -6
Nick Flanagan 68-70 138 -6
Mark Calcavecchia 67-71 138 -6
Joe Durant 65-73 138 -6
Kevin Na 69-69 138 -6
Brad Adamonis 68-70 138 -6
Ryuji Imada 71-68 139 -5
Chris DiMarco 72-67 139 -5
Heath Slocum 69-70 139 -5
Stewart Cink 68-71 139 -5
Ryan Moore 75-64 139 -5
Kevin Streelman 67-72 139 -5
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Charley Hoffman 68-72 140 -4
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Chris Stroud 70-71 141 -3
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Brian Davis 72-69 141 -3
Rod Pampling 71-70 141 -3
Shigeki Maruyama 65-76 141 -3
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Joe Ogilvie 71-70 141 -3
Jeff Maggert 70-71 141 -3
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George McNeill 68-73 141 -3
John Senden 68-73 141 -3
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HOCKEY
NHL Standings
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L OT Pts GF GA
New Jersey 26 16 3 55 111 104
Pittsburgh 26 16 3 55 133 120
Philadelphia 24 15 5 53 142 124
N.Y islanders 23 18 S 51 112 126
N.Y Rangers 22 20 5 49 114 121
Northeast Division
W L OT Pts GF GA
Ottawa 30 12 4 64 162 128
Montreal 24 14 8 56 142 129
Boston 22 18 5 49 116 120
Buffalo 19 19 6 44 126 127
Toronto 18 21 8 44 132 155
Southeast Division
W L OT Pts GF GA
Atlanta 23 22 3 49 137 155
Carolina 22 23 4 48 145 160
Washington 20 21 5 45 132 144


Florida 20 23 4 44 117 134
Tampa WaESTEF C NFE5RE3N9CE32 157
Central Division
W L OT Pts GF GA
Detroit 34 10 4 72 163 106
St. Louis 22 16 6 50 115 118
Columbus 22 18 6 50 117 115
Nashville 22 19 4 48 127 127
Chicago 21 21 4 46 133 137
Northwest Division
W L OT Pts GF GA
Minnesota 26 17 3 55 128 128
Vancouver 25 17 5 55 123 111
Calgary 23 17 8 54 138 141
Colorado 25 18 3 53 132 128
Edmonton 21 22 5 47 127 142


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TODAY'S SPORTS
NBA BASKETBALL
.
7 p.m. (ESPN) Portland Trail Blazers at MiamI Heat
9:30 p.m. (ESPN) Golden State Warriors at Chicago Bulls
BOXING <
8 p.m. (ESPN2) Friday Night Fights. Kelvin Davis vs. Eric Fields
GOLF
9:30 a.m. (GOLF) European PGA Tour Golf Abu Dhabi
Championship Second Round
12:30 p.m. (GOLF) LPGA Tour Golf Women's World Cup of Golf -
First Round
3 p.m. (GOLF) PGA Tour Golf Bob Hope Chrysler Classic Third
Round
6:30 p.m. (GOLF) PGA Tour Golf Champions MasterCard
Championship First Round
NHL HOCKEY .
7 p.m. (FSNFL) Florida Panthers at Ne Jersey Devils
7:30 p.m. (SUN) Tampa Bay Lightning at Pittsburgh Penguins
SOCCER
2 p.m. (ESPN2) MLS Draft
TENNIS
3 p.m. (ESPN2) Australian Open Early Round Day 5 (Taped)
10 p.m. (ESPN2) Australian Open Early Round Day 6
3:30 a.m. (ESPN2) Australian Open Early Round Day 6


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TODAY'S SPORTS
BOYS BASKETBALL
7:30 p.m. Lecanto at West Port
7:30 p.m. Cedar Key at Seven Rivers
GIRLS BASKETBALL
6 p.m. Cedar Key at Seven Rivers
7:30 p.m. West Port at Citrus
7:30 p.m. Dunnellon at Crystal River
7:3o p.m. Belleview at Lecanto
BOYS SOCCER
7:30 p.m. Crystal River at Tavares
8 p.m. Lecanto at Hernando
GIRLS SOCCER
District 4A-6 Championship at Crystal River
7 p.m. Lecanto vs. Belleview


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Pacific Division
W L OT Pts GF GA
San Jose 25 13 7 57117 106
Anaheim 25 17 6 56125 124
Dallas 25 18 5 55139 127
Phoenix 24 20 1 49121 123
Los Angeles 18 27 2 38135 156
Two points for a win, one point for over-
time loss or shootout loss.
Wednesday's Games
Philadelphia 5, Florida 3
N.Y Rangers 2, Buffalo 1
N.Y Islanders 3, New Jersey 1
Chicago 6, St. Louis 1
Calgary 3, Minnesota 2, SO
Thursday's Games
Montreal 3, Atlanta 2, SO
Toronto 3, Boston 2, SO
Washington 5, Edmonton 4, SO
Ottawa 5, Carolina 1
Detroit 3, Vancouver 2, SO
An elm at Nashville, late
Columbus at Phoenix, late
Dailas at San Jose, late
Today's Games
Edmonton at Carolina, 7 p.m.
Florida at New Jersey, 7 p.m.
Atlanta at Buffalo, 7:30 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Pittsburgh. 7:30 p.m.
Anaheim at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
Chicago at Colorado, 9 p.m.
Los Angeles at Calgary, 9 p.m.
Saturday's Games
N.Y Rangers at Boston, 1 p.m.
Nashville at St. Louis, 2 p.m.
amo ts r t p 2 p.m.
Pittsburgh at Montreal, 7 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Ottawa, 7 p.m.
Florida at Washington, 7 p.m.
Philadelphia at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m.
Chicago at Phoenix, 9 p.m.
Los Angeles at Vancouver, 10 p.m.
Detroit at San Jose, 10:30 p.m.
Sunday's Games
Boston at N.Y Rangers, 12:30 p.m.
Edmonton at Atlanta, 2 p.m.
Anaheim at Dallas, 3:30 p.m.
Torontq at New Jersey, 5 p.m.
Ottawa at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Columbus at Colorado, 8 p.m.

BASKETBALL
NBA Standings
EASTERNCONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L Pct GB
Boston 31 6 .838 -
er rsey 13 2
Philadelphia 15 24 .385 17
New York 12 26 .316 19V2
Southeast Division


Phoenix at L.A. Lakers, late
Today's Games
Atlanta at Toronto, 7 p.m.
New York at Washington, 7 p.m.
Portland at Miami, 7 p.m.
Philadelphia at Boston, 7:30 p.m.
Seattle at Memphis, 8 p.m.
Sacramento at Detroit, 8 p.m.
Charlotte at New Orleans, 8 p.m.
Minnegota at Phoenix, 9 p.m.
L.A. Clippers at Utah, 9 p.m.
Golden State at Chicago, 9:30 p.m.
Saturday's Games
Sacramento at Indiana, 7 p.m.
Portland at Orlando, 7 p.m.
Toronto at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Memphis at Charlotte, 7 p.m.
New York at Miami, 7:30 p.m.
Detroit at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.
San Antonio at Houston, 8:30 p.m.
Golden State at MilWaukee, 8:30 p.m.
Minnesota at Denver, 9 p.m.
Seattle at Dallas, 9 p.m.
New Jersey at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m.
Sunday's Games
New Jersey at Phoenix, 8 p.m.


Meatball
Major Scores
EAST
Cent. Conn.t St. 73, Monmouth, N.J. 65
George Mason 85, Hofstra 78, 20T
Long Island U. 85, Wagner 65
Pr vide cce777, Co aen I N6572
Sacred Heart 87, Fairleigh Dickinson 82
Seton Hall 74, South Florida 64
Siena 69, Manhattan 56
West Virginia 73, St. John's 64
SOUTH
App.alagWan St. 92, Chattanooga 83
Collibftharleston 70, Wofford 60
E. Keblucky 71, Jacksonville St. 55
Georgia Southern 67, Elon 57
Louisville 71, Marquette 51
Mercer 99, Florida Gulf Coast 77
Morehead St. 62, Samford 46
Sam Houston St. 64, McNeese St. 49
Tennessee 80 nderSb t 60
Bowling Green 83, Buffalo 70
Cleveland St. 56, Butler 52
Kent St. 74, Miami (Ohio) 62
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Wright St. 76, Ill.-Chicago 75
SOUTHWEST
Texas-Arlington 69, Nicholis St. 60

MOVES
Thursday's Sports
TranSaCtions
BASKETBALL
National Basketball Association
CLEVELAND CAVALIERS-Recalled G
Shannon Brown from Rio Grande Valley
(NBADL). FOOTBALL
National Football League
BUFFALO BILLS-Signed FB Darian
Barr\e
QBT T LIONS-Named Jim Colletto
offe @ordinator and Kippy Brown
ass ad coach/passing game coor-
dinator
HOCKEY
National Hockey League
CALGARY FLAMES-Signed G Curtis
Joseph to a one-year contract. Assigned G
Curtis McEIhinney to Quad City (AHL).
CAROLINA HURRICANES-Traded RW
Craig Adams to Chicago for future consid-
erations. Activated C Matt Cullen, RW
Scott Walker and D Bret Hedican from the
injured list.
CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS-Signed C
Patrid:k Sharp to a four-year contract
extension.
EDMONTON OILERS-Activated D Matt
Greene from injured reserve and assigned
him to Springfie )GE
BIG. SOUTH CONFERENCE-
R maansdk balRi eh, MoPpau licUbe y
cizing the officiating following the Jan. 12
game at UNC Asheville.
ARKANSAS-Announced sophomore
QB Ryan Mailett has transferred from
Michigan.
BRADLEY-Named Sean Burdetter vol-
leyball coach.
CLEMSON-Announced LB Antonio
Clay has withdrawn for the spring semes-
ter for personal reasons.
FLORIDA-Named Jennifer Ulehla
assistant lacrosse coach.
GUILFORD-Named Jennifer Simms
assistant softball coach.


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allowed four goals all season.
That having been said
Kevin Towne and his Lad
Panthers are by no means ta
ing anything for granted.
"They're a very good te
And let's not forget that u
somebody beats them they
the defending district chamDI
ons," Towne said. "I'm prou
of what we've accomplished so
far this year, but (Friday) night
is a big game for our program.
"Both teams will be ou
there giving it all they can. All
I can say is that Friday night i
going to be a great night fo
girls' soccer," Towne contain
ued. "I really hope that t
fans in the county come out,
and support the game. It'(
going to be a show."
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Leading the way for Lecanto
has been the senior phenom
Ashley Brower who broke the
county record earlier this year
and with 68 goals currently
continues to move ever closer
to the state record that,
although yet to be completely
confirmed, appears to be 80
goals. Ashley Irizarry and
Amy Wheat, both freshmen,
have joined in the scoring
barrage with 40 and 27 goals
respectively.
And yet, as strong as the Lady
Panthers are offensively, their
biggest strength is unquestion-
ably their defense, led by sen-
ior keeper Andraya Avery and
fellow senior Erin Carpenter.
The defense has strung togeth-
er 21 shutouts and has only


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Denver 22 15 .595
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Seattle 9 29 .237
Minnesota 5 32 .135
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L.A. Lakers 26 11 .703
G dee State
Sacramento 15 22 .405
L.A. Clippers 11 23 .324
Wednesday's Games
Chicago 126, Miami 96
Toronto 116, Sacramento 91
Indiana 125, Golden State 117
Charlotte 99, Orlando 93
Boston 100, Portland 90
New York 111, New Jersey 105
Milwaukee 87, Atlanta 80
New Orleans 123, Seattle 92
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"That having been said, here's
something that he can put in
his pipe and smoke. We're
young but getting stronger.
Don't count us out, we've got a
few tricks up our sleeves that
will surprise everybody."
Thus far this season Lecanto
has dominated Belleview,
outscoring them 11-0 in the two
games. In the game's first con-
teSt at Belleview the Lady
Panthers won 6-0 and repeated
the feat with a 5-0 victory at
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On Jan. 18, 1912, English
explorer Robert F Scott and his
expedition reached the South
Pole, only to discover that Roald
Amundsen had beaten them to it.

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James Cook reached the
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the-world flight by jet planes, land-
ing at March Air Force Base in
California after more than 45 hours
aloft.
In 1990, a jury in Los Angeles
acquitted former preschool opera-
tors Raymond Buckey and his
mother, Peggy McMartin Buckey,
of 52 child molestation charges.
Ten years ago: The motion pic-
ture "Titanic" won four Golden
Globes, including best drama and
best director for James Cameron;
"Ally McBeal" beat out "Seinfeld"
as the best TV comedy.
Five years ago: Top U.N. offi-
cials wamed Iraq it was running
out of time to cooperate and avoid
war Protesters nationwide and
overseas demonstrated in opposi-
tion to possible war in Iraq.
One year ago: The heated con-
troversy at ABC's top show,
"Grey's Anatomy," boiled over as
the network rebuked co-star Isaiah
Washington for an anti-gay com-
ment and Washington issued a
lengthy apology.
Today's Birthdays: Movie dir
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songwriter Bobby Goldsboro is 47.
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Hudson is 55. Actor-director Kevin
Costner is 53. Country singer Mark
Collie is 52. Comedian Dave Attell
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38. Rock singer Jonathan Davis
(Korn) is 37. Actor Derek
Richardson is 32. Actor Jason
Segel is 28. Actress Samantha
Mumba is 25.
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Ever driven a tractor?
You can take a turn behind the
wheel at the Citrus County Fair
Association's ninth annual Tractor
Pull set for Jan. 25 through Jan. 27 at
the fairgrounds in Inverness.
Overalls are optional.
During the three-day event, folks
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most weight.
The tractor pull begins at 4 p.m.
Jan. 25, with a junior tractor race at 5
and an opening ceremony at 5:30 p.m.
followed by pull after pull.
Last year, there were 600 pulls
throughout the weekend, Porter said,
many happening almost simultane-
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and 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Jan. 27
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adults and $4 for children ages 6
to 11; a two-day pass is $15 for
adults and $7 for children; a
three-day pass is $23 for adults
and $10 for children.
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On sale now:
a Matchbox Twenty, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26, St. Pete Times
Forum, Tampa. $47 to $75.
On sale 10 a.m. today:
a Rockstar Taste of Chaos, 6 p.m Tuesday, March 25, USF Sun
Dome, Tampa. $28.50.
On sale 10 a.m. Saturday:
5 Avril Lavigne, 7 p.m. Saturday, April 19, Ford
Amphitheatre at the Florida State Fairgrounds,
4 Tampa. $9 to $45.
5 The Starting Line, 6 p.m. Sunday, April 13,
House of Blues Orlando. $17.
a The Weakerthans, 9 p.m. Saturday'
April 5, The Social, Orlando. $15.
Ticketmaster
Call Ticketmaster at (407) 839-3900

Pt rsdb rgT (881938)-22180708844 (Tampa)
or online at ticketmaster.com. The
Ticketmaster outlet in Citrus County is
at FYE, Crystal River Mall.
The Blue Man Group "How to Be
a Megastar Tour 2.1," 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, March 9, St. Pete Times
Forum, Tampa. $49.50 to $85.


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Sunday, Gulf Coast Museum of
Art, 12211 Walsingham Road,
Largo. Free. (727) 518-6833.
www.gulfcoastmuseum.org.
www.miniature-art.com.
M Tampa Bay Home Expo, 10
a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 25 an
Saturday, Jan. 26; 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27, Tropicana
Field, St. Petersburg. $3. (727)
893-8523. www.tampabayhome
shows.com.
a Camellia Show, presented a
by the Ocala Camellia Society, 2 ,
to 5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26, and 3-
to 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27, at the
Pioneer Garden Club at the
Appleton Cultural Complex, 4331
E. Silver Springs Blvd. (State Roa
40), Ocala. Free.
5 Gun & Knife Show, 9 a.m. to
5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26, and 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27, at
the Hernando County Fairgrounds
in Brooksville. Sponsored by the
Hernando Sportsman's Club. $6. 2
(352) 799-3605.
a AEROS, 7:30 p.m. Thursday,
Jan. 31, Phillips Center for the
Performing Arts, Gainesville. $35

oo e $ noecahnedstr
and $25, balcony (352) 392-278
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x Or ccoe open fro noon to
p.m. Monday through Saturday
and two hours prior to the perforrr

an eThe Revolve Tour Insid
Out Conference for teen girls,
5:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 1, and 8 T
a.rn. Sa doF nAm

$59, group of 10 or more. Guests
include Hawk Nelson, Natalie
Grant, KJ-52, Ayiesha Woods,
Max and Jenna Lucado, Chad
Eastham, Laura Wilkinson, Rach
Hocket and Brie Reed. (877)
9REVOLVE. revolvetour.com/tour
ORLANDO.

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Show, 8 a.m. 4 m Saturday,

Sunday, Feb. 3, Hernando County
Fairgrounds, 6436 Broad St.,
Brooksville. Admission $3, adults;
children 12 and younger, free.
Appraisal fee, $2 per item. Eight-
foot table rental, $30 for two days.
(352) 796-6026, (352) 848-7988.
Please see ~3 SU "'/Page


a "Capote," 2 p.m., Feb. 5,
Appleton Museum of Art of Central
Florida Community College, 4333
E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala,; 7
p.m., Feb. 5, Webber Center at the
Ocala Campus of CFCC, 3001
S.W College Road. Admission
applicable at Appleton; Webber
Center viewing is free. 352-854-
2322, ext. 1233.
a Bay Street Players 2007-
2008 season roster is: "She
Loves Me," Feb. 1 to 24; "The .
Miracle Worker," April 11 to May
4; "The Sound of Music," July 11
to Aug. 3. Performances at State
Theatre, 109 N. Bay St., Eustis.
(352) 257-7777. www.baystreet
players.org
m Florida Senior Playwright
Competition, for writers older than
50, submission deadline, Feb. 11.
Three winning scripts to be pre
scented at the Hippodrome in
Gainesville during the Senior
Playwright Festival Weekend, May
9 to 11. For entry forms and com-
plete guidelines, visit www.thehipp.
org/senior
m "I Had to Be You," a witty

ahdrul comed we ends Feb. 15
Community Center, 8940 W

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sh300wptime ,1 a0d e at he
door. 527-9061. gulfisland-
scivictheatre@yahoo.com.

P- II Jerbry2Sein Idp.s7 and 9:30
the Performing Arts, Gainesville.
Tickets $25 general admission.
(352) 392-ARTS (2787) or (800)
277-1700.
Dance
5 Mixer Dance, live music, 8 to
11 p.m. first and third Fridays
monthly, Lake Panasoffkee
Community Building on County
Road 470 one block east of 1-75.
Bring finger foods. (352) 424-1688.

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ified guests{o5dg30 plm ridays'

Inverness. 726-2112.
5 Knights of Columbus
Council 6168's weekly Sunday
dances, 6:30 p.m., doors open;
live music 7 to 10 p.m.; KOC hall
on County Road 486, one mile
east of County Road 491, Lecanto.
$5. 746-5995 or 344-2603.


M Belly dancing class by
Debra Boydston beginners
class 4 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, inter-
mediate class 5 to 6:15 p.m.
Tuesday, Whispering Pines Park,
Inverness. $25, four-week session.
726-3913. www.cityofinverness
online.com.
5 Citrus Squares, 7 p.m.
Thursday, Fellowship Hall of the
First United Methodist Church of
Dunnellon, 21501 W. State Road
40, Dunnellon. (352) 489-1785 or
(352) 465-2142.
m Spirit of Citrus Dancers,
USA Dance Chapter 6072, spon-
sors dances at Kellner Auditorium,
102 Civic Circle, Beverly Hills.
344-3768 or 726-1495 or visit
www.socdancers.org.
Saturday, Jan. 26, "Simply
Ballroom.
5 The Frankie Dee New York
Orchestra, 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday,
Feb. 9, Knights of Columbus St-
Jude, 10470 Spring Hill Drive,
Spring Hill. $10. (352) 596-9486.
M Valentine's Day dinner
dance, 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday,
Feb. 16, at the Highlands Civic
Center on Little Al Point
Inverness. $11, members; $13,
non-members. Reservation dead-

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17, Beverly Hills Recreation
Center, 77 Civic Circle, Beverly

so s8tg3a502) 237-7016.
a Dance Alive National Ballet
announces 42nd season of per-
formances, Curtis M. Phillips
Performing Arts Center'
Gainesville. (352) 371-2986.

Od7a-0 u e is as follows
'Ro n23Hood," 2 and 7:30

"Ballet Spectacular,"7:30
p m., March 28
a Inaugural IVIayor's Ball
fundraiser, hosted by The Dream


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Country Club, Hernando. $50

advance r)e Ap0r 65 $75 at
www.thedreamsociety.org
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Special to the Chronicle
Catch "Annie," the timeless family musical, at 7:30 p.m. Friday,
Jan. 25, at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in
Gainesville. Tickets are $35 to $50. Call (800) 905-2787 or visit
www.ticketmaster.com-


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Theater
a Sendak's Stories, 10 a.m.
and 10:45 a.m., Saturday at the
Appleton Cultural Center, 4337 E.
Silver Springs Boulevard. Free.
Seating is first-come, first-served.
(352) 236-2274'
m Auditions for "Songs for a
New World" will be at 6:30 p.m.
Sunday and Monday in the
Starbright Room at Playhouse 19.
For Information, call (352) 563-
1333 or visit www.playhousel9
.org.
5 "Not Now, Darling" dinner
theater, Wednesday through Feb.
3, Fine Arts Auditorium at the
Ocala Campus of Central Florida
Community College, 3001 S.W
Co ee Ro ol2 55pm mi e

854-2322, ext. 1416.
hayashia@cf.edu. ,,
a "Second Thought Improv
weekly family-friendly improve com-

eday shl00ws, 8 p Thursda cand
Marion Theatre, 50 S. Magnolia
Ave., Ocala. $10, adults; $7, stu-
dents with ID and seniors. (352)
622-1247. www.themariontheatre.
org.

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set preparation, sound help, direct-
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5 "God's Favorite" auditions,
7 p.m., Jan. 28 and 29, Ocala
Civic Theatre, 4337 E. Silver
Springs Boulevard. Rehearsals
bc FI fr PMeadroh la3ntTr ugh
April 6. (352) 236-2274
a "The Rainmaker," a heart-
wr-irming drama, Jan. 31 through
March 2, Mad Cow Theatre, 105
S. Magnolia Ave., Orlando.
Thursday through Sa0turday show


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$26. (407) 297-8788. www.mad
cowtheatre.com.
M "The Worlds of Fingerman,"
7:30 p.m., Feb. 1; 11 a.m. and 2
p.m., Feb. 2; 2 p.m., Feb. 3 at the
Phillips Center Black Box Theatre,
Gainesville. Tickets $15. 352-392-
ARTS (2787) or 800-905-ARTS.


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Feb. 16, America.
Feb. 23, Tony Orlando.
Park hours 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Thursday through Sunday. The
park.is east of Ocala on State
Road 40. $33.99, adults; $30.99,
seniors 55 and older; $24.99, chil-
dren 3 to 10. (352) 236-2121.
www.silversprings.com.
a Interpret Veneziani,
Baroque music, 5 p.m. Sunday at
the University Auditorium in
Gainesville. Tickets $30, front
orchestra and mezzanine; $25,
rear orchestra; and $20, balcony.
(352) 392-ARTS (2787) or (800)

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Performing Arts Center in Orlando.
Program includes music by
Bernstein and Rodrigo and
Buxtehude-Chavez with featured
guitar soloist Alfonso Moreno and
director Enrique Batiz. (407) 539-
04245. festivaloforchestras.org.
5 Circle Square Cultural
Center 2008 lineup includes enter-
tainers such as Charo, John
Davidson, The Drifters, The
Flamingos, The Four Lads, Billy
Joe Royal, The Mickey Finn Show
and many more.
www.CSCulturalCenter.com. E-
mail ticketsales@CSCultural
Center.com. (352) 854-3670.
a Les Snyder and Sons of
The Father, 6 p.m. Sunday, Jan.
27, North Oak Baptist Church,
Citrus Springs. Call 489-1688 or
746-1500.
5 Sunday in the Hills jazz pro-
gram, featunng The Rick Dahlinger
Jazz Trio, 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan.
27, Beverly Hills Recreation
Center, 77 Civic Circle, Beverly
Hills. $6. 746-4882.
M Bluegrass, gospel and
country jam, 7 p.m. Monday,
Village Pines Campground, 7
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a 35th Art Festival Beth-EI,
Temple Beth-EI's annual fine art
exhibition and sale, Jan. 26 to 28 at
Temple Beth-El, 400 Pasadena Ave.
S., St. Petersburg. Call the temple
at (727) 347-6136 for more informa-
tion.
a Nature Coast Decorative
Artists meets 9 a.m. the first
Saturday monthly, Weeki Wachee
Senior Center, 3357 Susan Drive
(off U.S. 19 and Toucan Trail),
Spring Hill. 249-9122.
a Military Card Party, 12:30 to 4
p.m. Feb. 4, Art Center of Citrus
County, 2644 N. Annapolis Ave.,
Hernando. $12. 746-7606. www.art-

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America, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., first
Wednesday monthly, Christ
Lutheran Church, 475 N. Ave.,
Brooksville. Bring lunch. 249-1084
(Citrus) or (352) 596-1415
(Hernando).
W Citrus Watercolor Club meet-
ing, 1 p.m. second Friday monthly,
United Methodist Church on County
Road 581 in inverness. $5. 382-
8973 or 622-9352.
5 Manatee Haven Decorative
Artists, a chapter of the National
Society of Decorative Painters,
meet second Saturday monthly,
8089 W Pine Bluff St., Crystal
River. 563-6349, (352) 861-8567.
a President's Day Aris & Crafts
Fair, hosted by First Pentecostal
Church of Inglis, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Saturday, Feb. 16. Booth spaces
10-by-10, $15 each. Rain date
Saturday, Feb. 23. (352) 503-6422.
5 Spring Hill Art League
monthly meeting, 7 to 9 p.m.
Monday, Feb. 18, at the United
Church of Christ on Mariner
Boulevard. (352) 683-5452.
www.springhillartleague.com.
MUSIC
a 2008 Silver Springs Concert
Series kicks off:
Saturday, Willie Nelson.


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5 Dodge 4 Dollars, charity
dodgeball tournament, 10 a.m.
a Saturday, Feb. 9, Key Training
Center, Lecanto. Eight to 10 play-
ers per team. Registration dead- I
line Friday, Jan. 25. 201-1511.
citrusrotaract.com.
a Roses in Winter gala, 6:30
p.m. Thursday, Feb. 7, at the
Tampa Bay Performing Arts
Center. $200. Proceeds benefit the
Johnnie B. Byrd Sr. Alzheimer's
Center & Research Institute. (813)
9-4127. www.Byrdlnsitute.org.

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Feb. 9, at Hardman Recreation
complex, Seminole and Third
Streets, Lake Wales. $5.
5 South Florida Toy Soldier
Show, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday
Feb. 10, at Scottish Rites Masonic
Hall, 22nd Avenue and D Street
Lake Wales. $6, adults; $3, chil-'
dren 12 and younger. (954) 431-
95
a The National Model Railroad
Association's Sunshine Region
Western Division Winter
Meeting, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Feb.
16, Manatee Civic and Convention
Center, 1 Haben Ave., Palmetto.
$10. (941) 758-3602 or (941) 803-
8220. e-mail showinfo@msrc.org.
a Gasparilla Film Festival
Feb. 27 through March 2, Tampa
Theatre, Channelside Theatres
and Ybor City. www.gasparillafilm
festival.com
a Smucler's Stars on ice,
7:30 p.m., March 1, St. Pete Times
Forum, Tampa. $25 and up. (813)
287-8844 or (727) 898-2100.
ww.stpetetimesforum.com.
a The 18th Annual Model
ain Show, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
March 3, Hillsborough Community
College Plant City Campus John
Trinkle Building, 1206 N. Park
Road, Plant City. $6, adults; chil-


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www.hbplantrr.org.
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a 22nd annual Hoggetowne
Medieval Faire, Jan. 26 and 27
and Feb. 1 through 3, Alachua
County Fairgrounds. Artisans'
applications must be postmarked
no later than Nov. 19. (352) 393-
8536. www.gviculturalaffairs.org.
5 2008 International Festival
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. '
23, Lakeside Park on Civic Circle
in Beverly Hills. Free. 795-6255 or
220-0071 or e-mail
marx.Jacqueline@ccbg.com.

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Nancy at The Grumbles House to
fill out a brief application.
Arts & CrdS
a The Art Center of Citrus
County's Plein Aire painters group
will exhibit their work in January at
the Central Ridge Library in
Beverly Hills. The group meets
monthly. 746-0031.
a The art of Margaret Jensen,
exhibition through January, hours
11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday
through Sunday, Gallery Under the
Oaks, 207 N.E. Cholokka Blvd.,
Micanopy. (352) 466-9229.
www.micanopyarts.org.
M The 33rd annual Blue Parrot
Art and Craft Show, 9:30 a.m. to
4 p.m. todayand 9:30 to 3 p.m.
Saturday, Blue Parrot RV Resort,
about one mile north of Lady Lake
off 441/27 on County Road 25.
Free.
a Bob Ross Oil Painting Work-
shops, featuring winter scenes, 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Building
L2, Room 103, CFCC, 3800 S.
Lecanto Highway, Lecanto. $50
including materials. (352) 249-
1210. www.CFCCtraining.com.
a Classes at Whispering Pines
Park, inverness. 726-3913.
www.cityofinvernessonline.com.


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p.m. today at the USF Sundome in Tampa. MercyMe has recorded
hits such as "I Can Only imagine," "So Long Self" and "In the BHnk
of an Eye." The festival IIneup also features Skillet, Sanctus Real,
Newsong, Mandisa, Tony Nolan, Group 1 Crew, PureNRG AND
Extreme BMX/Skate Team. $10 at the door, tickets not required.
www.Jamtour.com. www.thejoyfm.com.


the Orlando area:
1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Your
Health Center, 511 Virginia Dr.,
Orlando. $90, workshop; $25,
materials.
3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Jan. 26,
Harwood-Watson dance, 820
Humphries #A, Orlando. $70,
workshop; $20, materials.
10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., The
Center, 3580 Aloma Ave. #7,
Winter Park. $90, workshop; $25,
materials. (517) 449-3765.
mariko@iloveDRIP.com.
www.iloveDRIP.com.
a The 33rd Intemational
Miniature Art Show, sponsored
by the Miniature Art Society of
Florida, Jan. 20 to Feb. 10, Gulf
Coast Museum of Art, Largo. (727)
518-6833. www.miniature-art.com.
a Spring Hill Art League's
January meeting and demo, 7
p.m. Monday, Jan. 21, United
Church of Christ, 4244 Mariner


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Margaret Messina $50 for each
class, materials provided by
instructor. Call for dates and times.
Pen & Ink with Oil Rouging by
Sharon Kuester 9:30 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. third Saturday monthly,
$60 per class, materials provided
by instructor
a Needlework Fun Groups, 2
to 4 p.m., first and third Saturday
monthly, Wildwood Public Library,
310 S. Palmer Drive, Wildwood.
(352) 748-1158.
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5 Visual Arts Faculty
Exhibition, through Feb. 16,
Webber Center Gallery, CFCC
Ocala Campus, 3001 S.W. College
Road, Ocala. Free. (352) 854-
2322, ext. 1664. GoCFCC.com.
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Mozert immerse yourself in the art of these pioneering
underwater publicity photographs. Opens Jan. 26
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World-acclaimed Irish artist. Opens Jan. 26.
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VideolLecture: Do Not Go Gently followed by
discussion. The Power of Imagination in Aging, with
director Melissa Godoy. Jan. 19 and Jan. 20, at 1:30 p.m.
Exhibit Preview: Get the first look at The Underwater
World of Bruce Mozert and John Kingerlee: Recent
Works before exhibits open to the public. Members opening
jan. 25 at 5 p.m. Not a member? Join now or during
reception and get in free! Call 352 291-4455, ext. 1831.
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kicks off Jan. 26 at 1:30 p.m. with The Creature from the
Black Lagoon. See entire series for $50, $40 for members,
or $5 per movie.
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discussion/Q&A.Jan.27 at 1:30 p.m.
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a Citrus County Concert
Band rehearsals from 6:30 to 8
p.m. Tuesday in the Lecanto
Middle School Band Room. New
members welcome. 795-1863.
a Opera lecture series, spon
sored by the Pinellas Opera
League, 2 to 3:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Murray Studio
Theater, 1111 McMullen Booth
Road, Clearwater. $5 per lecture;
six-lecture package, $25. (727)
791-7400.
Lecture schedule:
Jan. 30: Sailing the high C's,
with live singers.
Feb. 27: Choruses
(Workhorses of Opera).
March 26: Ruth Eckerd Hall
Portals to the Arts (Celebrating 25
Years).
April 30: Giacoma Puccini:
150 Years of Eternal Melodies,
with live singers.
5 An Evening with Chris
Tomlin and Band, Christian wor-
ship artist; all concerts start at 7:30
p.m., doors open at 6:30 p.m.;
concert dates:
Thursday, Jan. 31, First
Baptist Church of Ocala, 2801
S.E. Maricamp Road, Ocala.
Friday, Feb. 1, First Baptist
Church of Indian Rocks, 12685
Ulmerton Road, Largo.
Saturday, Feb. 2, Manatee
Convention Center, 1 Haben Blvd.,
Palmetto.


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p.m. Friday, Feb. 15, Calvary
Baptist Church Worship Center,
110 N. McMullen Booth Road,
Clearwater. Tickets start at $10.
(877) 235-0753.
5 Valentine Day Jazz Concert
and carriage rides, Feb. 14, the
Old Courthouse, downtown
Inverness. Carriage rides start at
5:15 p.m., ride tickets are $10'
adults; $5, children. Concert
begins at 6:30 p.m. with cocktail
hour and music at 7:30. Concert
tickets are $20. 726-0673.
a "Smokey Joe's Cafe," pre-
sented by Citrus Memorial Healtly
System, 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb.
23, Curtis Peterson Auditorium in
Lecanto. $20; $17 for SHARE
Club members. 344-6513.
a The Altar and the Door tour,
featuring Casting Crowns, Leeland
and John Waller, 6 p.m. Sunday,
Feb. 24, St. Pete Times Forum,
Tampa. $18.75 to $44.75. (813)
287-8844 or (727) 898-2100.
www.ticketmaster com.
a Third Day, 7 p.m. Friday,
Feb. 29, House of Blues, 1490 E
Buena Vista Drive, Orlando.
$29.50. (407) 934-BLUE.
www.ticketmaster.com.
5 "Kiwanis Concert Live" fea-
turing Irish entertainer Cahal
Dunne, 2 and 7 p.m., March 1,
Curtis Peterson Auditorium,
Lecanto. $18, advance; $20 at th
door. 382-5770 or 382-1470.
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Crystal River. (352) 697-2309.
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a Ladysmith Black Mambazo,
7:30 p.m. Feb. 2. Phillips Center
for the Performmy Arts,
Gainesville. $35, front or chestra
and mezzanine; $30, mid-orches-
tra; $25, rear orchestra; $20, bal-
cony. (352) 392-ARTS (2787) or
(800) 905-ARTS.
a The Pink Floyd Experience,
7:30 p.m., Feb. 5, Phillips Center
for the Performing Arts,
Galue-,;Ills $40, front orchestra
and mezzanine; $35, mid-orches-
tra; $30, rear orchestra; $25, bal-
cony. (352) 392-ARTS (2787) or
(800) 905-2787.
M "Doo-Wop for Take Stock,"
a Take Stock in Children of Citrus
County scholarship fundraiser, 7
p.m. Friday, Feb. 8, Curtis
Peterson Auditorium, Lecanto.
$25. 74ti-6721, ext. 6148.
a "One Man, One Guitar, one
Night Only," a night of stories and
music with the Wiz, hosted by
Frank Hanshaw, 8 p.m., Feb. 9,
Playhouse 19, 865 N. Suncoast
B Vd., Crystal River. $12. 563-
1333. 746-1848.
5 Kate Carpenter, 6 p.m., Feb.
9. Crystal River United Methodist
Church, 4801 N. Citrus Avenue.
Free. (352) 795-3148.
n Solid Brass. 3 p.m., Feb. 10,
Curtis Peterson Auditorium, 3800
W Educational Path, Lecanto.
Unreserved tickets $18; reserved
tickets $20. 746-6721, ext. 1416.


$26, general admission; $23
groups; $22, students. (866) 440-
7880. www.thejoyfm.com.
5 Woodview Coffee House,
schedule for 2007-2008 season:
Feb. 1, Rod MacDonald.
Feb. 29, Castlebay.
April 11, The New Ashley
Gang.
May 9, Willie Green with
Blues Got Us.
June 6, Hannah's Whirl.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; open
mic at 7; opening act, 8: featured
performers, 8:30. Unity Church of
Citrus County Fellowship Hall,
2628 Woodview Lalle, Lecanto.
726-9814. www.floridafolk.com.
a Universal Studios Mardi
Gras 2008 Concert Series dates,
Orlando:
Feb. 2, Bret Michaels of
Poison.
Feb. 9, Go-Go's.
Feb. 16, Sara Evans.
Feb. 23, Third Eye Blind.
March 1, Gretchen Wilson.
March 8, Smokey Robinson.
March 15, Frankie Vallie &
The Four Seasons.
March 22, Kool & The
Gang.
March 29, Heart.
April 5, to be announced.
April 12, LL Cool J.
April 19, to be announced.
Mardi Gras tickets, valid after 5
p.m., $46.95 plus tax, available
Feb. 2 through April 19. www.uni-
versalorlando.com/mardigras.
a Citrus Jazz Society monthly
Jam session, 1:30 to 4 p.m.


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in concert at 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9 at Brooksville Wesleyan
Church, 8168 Jasmine Drive, Brooksville. For ticket information,
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Columbus Hall, 9020 W. Atlas
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being humiliatingly passed
over for a prestigious acting
award, he appears at a meeting
of the Critics' Circle, recites
Hamlet's "To be or not to be ... "
soliloquy, and appears to leap
to his death from a balcony. But
the body is never
found ... (bum-bum-
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Flash forward a
couple of years, and
s suddenly the mem-
bers of the London
1 Critics' Circle are
being killed off, one
? by one. The twist is,
ulton each murder is a
copy of a death from
RO one of Shake-
ig"gf spare's plays. My,
my, whoever could it
be? Let's just say that the boys
at Scotland Yard didn't have to
put in much overtime to ID the
perp on this one.
This is a film that makes
absolutely no excuses for what
it is: A gruesomely comic
revenge tale. As the crazed
killer, Lionheart is the ostensi-
ble "villain." The closest thing
to a "good guy" is the head of
the Critics' Circle, a man by the
preposterous name of
"Peregrine Devlin." (lan
Hendry) Peregrine?
But really, there's no doubt
that the audience is going to be
rooting for Lionheart. This is
entertainment aimed squarely
at the groundlings. The mem-
bers of the Critics' Circle
(played by a roll call of great
British stage actors) are all
loathsome people, and better
yet, each has a distinct charac-
ter flaw, which you can bet will
come back to haunt them in the
end. They might as well be
walking around with bull's-
eyes on their backs.


The film cheerfully invites
viewers to revel in the horror
as each critic gets his (or her)
bloody comeuppance. Each
murder provides Lionheart the
opportunity to appear in char-
acter and act out the appropri-
ate scene from the Bard's
canon. This getting the
chance to see Price ham it up
in various Shakespearean
roles, cheering him on as he
exacts his revenge is, of
course, what the movie is ap
about.(Themoviealsofeatures
what might be one of the most
bizarre fencing scenes ever
filmed.)
The suspense, such as it is
comes mainly in wonder
what ingenious sche
Lionheart will cook up next. A
tip of the hat to the filmmakers
for delving into some of
Shakespeare's less-famous
works, such as "Cymbeline"
and "Troilus and Cressida."
And everything is done wigh
that stiff-upper-lip style \of
British humor that never winle
or cracks a smile, no matter
how absurd the proceedings
become. m
This film is a must for fanspf
Shakespeare, and really for
anyone who has ever endured
the savage sting of a critic's
pen. It's also a chance to see
one of the last great horror film
stars in top form. To quote the
Bard: "Though this be mad-
ness, yet there is method in't."
Three and a half stars out of
four.
sq
Wes Fulton, a Chronicle copy
editor, has a master's degree
in cinema from the Universify
ofSouthern California.
He can be reached at
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that elegantly chiseled face,
that deep voice and highly pol-
ished elocution, you
probably thought
Price was British, .
right? In fact, he was *
100 percent
American his dad '
ran a candy compa-
ny, and he was born .
and raised in St.
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regal manner were
tinctive voice and Wes
mostly a product of RET
his privileged RElf
upbringing.
Unlike a lot of actors, Price
was under no illusions about
the scope of his talents and the
reasons for his success. He
made his mark with a string of
low-budget horror movies in
which he generally played
eman; some sort of variation on the
e col- same character, that of a cack-
ances, ling, diabolical madman,
count. Audiences ate it up, and Price
face who, aside from being an
as he actor; was also a noted gourmet
eman chef was only too happy to
when keep feeding it to them. So it's
voice. probably no surprise that when
n lose Price did Shakespeare, he put
e rac- his unique stamp on it.
"Theater of Blood" (1973) is
-miss from late in Price's screen
ments career, but it was reportedly
most one of his favorite roles. He
he list plays an over-the-top ham of an
truly actor named Edward
wever, Lionheart, a British thespian
(the who refuses to perform in any-
some- thing but Shakespeare.
The critics uniformly savage
ucket Lionheart's pompous, over-
oster wrought performances. After
agents
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he "Bucket List" may gush .with I loved
"Hallmark" sentiments, but Jack without h
Nicholson's and Morgan Freeman's lapsed. E
superb acting and brilliant humor make the film Nicholson
worthwhile.
Edward Cole (Jack Nicholson) is not 4.,. ,
a jolly old soul; this corporate jugger- .
naut earns billions buying out hospi- ..
tals and stripping them to the bare lim- r . *
its of operability. However Cole's for-
tune takes a tailspin when he is diag- -
nosed with terminal cancer and must
bunk in one of his "two to a room" hos- .
pital rooms. Upon arrival, he is 5.
enraged to live in such conditions, H th Fost
sharing quarters with a total stranger ea er er
In order to avoid being hypocritical, '
Cole must toss his silver spoon and bite 2 - .
the bullet.
Cole's roommate, Carter Chambers (Morgan Egyptian
Freeman), is an astute car mechanic with an what labo
extraordinary wit about him. He, too, is diag- In the e
nosed with terminal cancer, but possessing unfail- List" for b
ing faith, he takes on the thought of death more Nicholson
gracefully Always understanding, Chambers tol- brought li
rates his roommate's bad temper and eventually thing to tic
befriends the grouchy old toad. As the two endure will satisfy
illness together, an inseparable bond is fanned. Rated P
When Cole and Chambers find they only have reference.
months to live, the duo create a "Bucket List" of
things they want to do before they die. Next, the
pair embarks on a wild, financially limitless and
geographicallyvastjourney to fulfill it. Va


seeing Nicholson paired with Fre
em, the "Bucket List" would hav
ach gave spectacular perform
's crazed expressions generated
less laughs. Seeing Nicholson's
flail like a sheet against the wind
skydived put me to tears. Fre
saved sappy lines from disaster
he delivered them with his regal
Also, I enjoyed watching Freema
his composure and go wild in th
ing scene.
The sentimentality was hit-and
for me. Some of the little mo
(when Cole checked off "kiss the
beautiful girl in the world" from t
after meeting his granddaughter)
tugged at the heartstrings. Ho
the philosophical debates
afterlife discussion for one) were
red.
nd though, I can forgive "The B
eing a cinematic inspirational p
and Freeman's outstanding t
fe to the film. Ifyou're looking for
kle your funny bone, "The Bucket
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nguard High School in Ocala.

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www.salvadordalimuseum.org
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Regional History Center
announces 2007-08 season o
ited-run exhibitions.
Kid Stuff: Great Toys from
Childhood, from The Berkshire
Museum in Massachusetts,
through April 13.
65 E. Central Blvd., Orlando
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through
Saturday; from noon to 5 p.m.
Sunday. $7; students with valid
dent ID and seniors (60 and ol
$6.50; children 3 through 12'
h
0. r836-8500. www.t
5 S7alvador li works on l
Gala-Salvador Dali Foundation
Spain, through Sunday,
2008,Salvador Dali Museum,
Petersburg. (800) 442-3254.
www.SalvadorDaliMuseum.org
a "The Ceramics of Toshi
kraae ," r uFn am aHna
Museum of Art, Gainesville. (3
392-9826. www.harn.ufl.edu.
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Exhibit, a juried exhibition of a
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College Foundation announces its
2007-08 Performing Arts Series
at Curtis Peterson Auditorium in
L nto.
e* 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 10, Solid
Brass. (ABOVE)
3 p.m. Sunday, March 9,
Hector Olivera.
Call (352) 746-6721, ext. 1416.
a Toby Mac, Jeremy Camp
and Matthew West, 6 p.m.
Sunday, March 16, Ford
Amphitheater, Florida State
F8alir3)r e ter n.
a Whitney Bank Tampa Bay
Blues Festival, April 11 through
13, Vinoy Waterfront Park in down-
town St. Petersburg. $75, advance
three-day pass; $30, single day.
www.tampabaybluesfest.com or at
www.ticketmaster.com.
MuseumS
m "Capturing the Nature
Coast: Artistic Interpretations,"
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through
Friday, through February, Old
Courthouse Heritage Museum,
downtown Inverness. "Meet the


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JANIAY 18,2008


::":arade slated
for Monday
G.W. Carver Community Center
of Crystal River Inc. will present the
Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Parade at 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 21.
A picnic afterward will be from 11
a.m. to 2 p.m. at Copeland Park.
The parade will begin at Crystal
River Middle School, travel east on
Crystal Street to Eighth Avenue,
then south on Eighth Avenue and
into Copeland Park on Northeast
Third Street.
To get registration forms for the
parade and more information, call
the center or the Rev. Leon L.
Thomas Sr. at 794-0010.
Registration form and disclaimer
must be completed
Concert choir
FOSUR1es rehearsals
The Citrus Community Concert
Choir has resumed rehearsals at 7
p.m. Tuesday at Faith Lutheran
Church, 935 S. Crystal Glen Drive,
Lecanto, for its spring concerts in
late March of 2008. The choir is
eager to add new voices. Auditions
will be at 6:30 p.m. rehearsal
nights and will be conducted
through the end of January.
HCC to have spaghetti
dinner fundraiser
Hernando Civic Club at 3848
Parsons Point Road, Hernando,
will have its annual spaghetti din-
ner Saturday. Serving will start at 5
p.m. The cost is $7 for all-you-can-
eat spaghetti, salad, rolls, home-
made pie and beverage. This is a
fundraiser for the scholarship pro-
gram. Call Judy at 344-9833.
Take Stock in Children
seeks mentors
Take Stock in Children is seek-
ing individuals interested in
becoming a mentor for the Take
Stock in Children program.
Mentors meet one hour per week
in a school-based setting at local
middle or high schools.

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gram providing scholarships for
qualified students who meet finan-

Eia ns
746-6721 ext. 6148.
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(Or Saturday
The Citrus County Central
Landfill will host an Eagle Watch at
2:30 p.m. Saturday.
There will be a short presenta-
tion by Dick Blewett about bald
eagles. Vehicles must be used on
the birding trail. Bring binoculars or
scopes. There will be several
stops at vantage points where
birds may be observed.
An employee will be on hand to
answer questions about the land-
fill. For information, call 527-7670.


SeventhAy


or'
Advent Hope,
so Crystal River
to
Thedpaay a shar inj s
Daniel.
The Bible study for all ages is
at 10 a.m. Saturday. This week's
tudy is in the Book of Acts. The
rship service is at 11:30 a.m.,
h speaker Greg McManus.
e weekly fellowship lunch fol-
qws the service. The Vesper to
nd the Sabbath is at 6 p.m.
ame night follows the pro-
gyam.
.eThe vegetarian food store is
Alpen from 10 a.m. to noon
TWednesday. Youth Night is from
20130 to 8 p.m. Wednesday.
TS The church is at 428 N.E.
Whird Ave., Crystal River. For
more information, call 794-0071
4 visit online at www.advent
pechurch.com.
lad Tidings Church,
so Crystal River
^ Sabbath School begins at
9
$15 a.m. Saturday with song,
then study. Divine hour follows
at 11 a.m. Elder Mambala will
bring us the bread of life this
sabbath. A vegetarian lunch is
provided after the service.
vs Each Thursday at 6 p.m., an
migoing Bible prophecy seminar
v ll be in progress.
All are invited. The church is
at 622 N.E. Second St., Crystal
-River (next to Burger King). Call
628-1743.
Seventh-day Adventist
Church, Homosassa
The service begins at 11 a.m.
Saturday. Norman Deakin will
"give the sermon, "Found by
God." The Sabbath school,
under the direction of Corliss
Gesell, will begin at 9:30 a.m.
Classes will begin at 10 follow-
ing the devotional portion of the
program-

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The-oburch is at 5863
Cgildinal St., Homosassa.

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"Sing-along" continues from 7
to 8 p.m. today at inverness
Seventh-dayAdventist Church
in Eden Gardens.
"Can One Person Really
Make a Difference?" is the 11
An. message from assistant to
-
t president of the Florida
Conference, Noel Shanko, in
celebration of Pastor Hershel
rcer and his talented wife
ndra's more than 10 years of
rvice to this church and neigh-
rhood.
Sabbath School begins at
9110 a.m. with congregational
Aging with June Pacitti, super-
Ililendent of the day. Program
irgludes "the new mission spot-

.-phtco ydToird tudy
"palled by Jesus." A vegetarian
buffet follows the morning serv-
iggs. Vespers begins at 5:30
In. with Bill Hawkes. After sun-
dbwn, the health food store will
en. .
"Spanish is for Fun" meets
esday at 6 p.m. in the fellow-
ip hall.
Wednesday, the health food
store and the community servic-
es thrift shop are available
fkm 9 a.m. to noon. After

a ehr meetintgoat 6ep nsthe
The church is in Eden
Gardens, 4.5 miles east of
Inverness off State Road 44
Web site is www.sda-inver
ness.org, call 726-9311

PET SPOTLIGHT
8 Include a short descrip-
tion of the pet and own-
9: ers, including names and
18 hometowns. Photos can-
bi not be returned without a
self ddreGsr hpo
gr of more than two pets
cannot be printed. Pets
should be alive and
belong to local owners.
5 Send photos and infor-
mation to Pet Spotlight,


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admitted free. The event begins at 9 a.m.
and will last until 4 p.m. Thirteen trophies
will be awarded.
All proceeds from the event will benefit
the Boys & Girls Clubs of Citrus County.
Anyone interested in registering for the
Auto Show & Swap Meet should call Roger
Osborne at 341-0018.
Truck raffle tickets may be obtained at
the Boys & Girls Clubs of Citrus County
office, from members of the board of direc-
tors or at any club site. Call 621-9225.


Special to the Chronicle
Someone will win a 2008 Chevrolet
Coronado truck at the Auto Show and Swap
Meet at the Inverness Fairgrounds on Feb.
10. Only 350 raffle tickets will be printed
rnaking the chance of winning the truck
very possible for a lucky ticket holder. A
$100 donation for the Boys & Girls Clubs of
Citrus County is required for each ticket.
The brand new truck is from Love
Honda Chevrolet. The winning ticket will


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Special to the Chronicles
The Women of Sugarmill
Woods will hosta Military Card
Party on Monday at the
Sugarmill Woods Country
Club. This event, as with all
fundraisers, is open to the pub-
lic, tickets are $11 per person.
Call Sandie Warren at 382-0736
for reservations.
If you have a table of four,
please advise Warren when
making reservation. Single play-
ers are welcome and we will
make up tables so you can join
the fun. All proceeds help ftmd


the Women of Sugarmill Woods
community charity projects.
Snacks and conversation
begin at 12:30 p.m. Play begins
at 1 p.m. Raffle, prizes for the
winners and a good time all in
one afternoon are promised
for all participants. Enter
Sugarmill Woods at the main
entrance from U.S. 19 and pro-
ceed on Cypress Boulevard,
the club is on the left.
Check its Web site at
w w w. womenof su garmill -
woods.org for more informa-
tion about the Women of
Sugarmill Woods Inc.


lkidays and front 8:30 to 11-30
ami. Saturday. Adult practices
are from 7 to 8:30 a.m.
Saturday.
Tryouts will be Saturday and
Jan. 26 for both adults and stu-
dents. The adult tryout is at 7
a.m., while the student tryout is
at 8:30.
For more information, call
coach Dave Brown at 464-2075
or visit www crewroces.com.
AUS Rowing Release of
Liability Form can be printed
from this Web site and will be
needed prior to tryouts.


Special to the Chronicle
The Howing Organization of
Citrus County Students will
start their spring rowing sea-
son. It s open to all middle and
high school students in Citrus
County
Anyone who might be inter-
ested in joining the team is
welcome to stop by a practice
at Wallace Brooks Park on Big
Lake Henderson in Inverness
and check it out. Practices are
from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Monday.
Tuesday. Thursday and


Special to the Chronicle
The city of Inverness Depart-
ment of Parks and Recreation
as presents its winter schedule
of programs.
All classes listed are con-
ducted at the Whispering Pines
Park Recreation Building, at
1700 Forest Dnve in Inverness.
To register for a class sign up
prior to the class time at the
Adhmi ationPinejce.
classes requiring supplies, a
list will be provided at the time
of registration. For more infor-
mation, call 726-3913 from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m.
5 Belly Dancing Instructor
Debra Boydston has more than 11
years experience teaching belly
dancing, which is a great way to
stay in shape and tone your body.
The beginners/teens class is from 4
to 5 pm. Tuesday; this class teach-
es the basic moves. The intermedi-
ate class is from 5 pto 6 p.m.; this
class teaches tribal and partner
dancing. The registration fee is $25
for the four-week session.
a Fishing Workshop with Bud
Andrews Taught by Bud
Andrews, a world champion of
largemouth bass fisherman who
was inducted into the National
Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame,
This is a monthly workshop for indi-
viduals who want to broaden their
education and excitement about


fishing. Informational handouts and
product samples are provided for
each student. Topics include: this
season's best fishing locations,
how to hook and catch that fish,
the importance of proper equip-
ment, record keeping for success
and fall and winter techniques and
patterns. Classes are from 9 to 11
a.m. the third Friday monthly.The
cost is $20 for each workshop.
W Individual Tennis Lessons
- Individual Tennis Lessons for all
ages with instructor Mr. Lindsay
Rodriguez. Lesson times and dates
at Whispering Pines Park can be
customized to fit your busy sched-
ute and be pre-arranged with the
instructor. The fee is $25 per hour,
of 10 hours of individual lessons
for $200. Students must use their
lesson hours within a two-month
period. Fees can be paid at the
Whispering Pines Park
Administration office from 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
a Yoga Certified instructor
Lace Blue teaches the practice of
yoga, which improves strength,
stamina, flexibility, concentration
and peace of mind. These course
focuses on relaxation, gentle
stretching, muscle development
and helping participants to become
more aware of their bodies. Yoga is
appropriate for individuals older
than 12 and is offered from 6 to
7:15 p.m. Thursday. The registra-
tion fee is $25 per five classes.


Yoga class is ongoing.
n Quilting Instructor Karol
Kusmaul has more than 20 years
experience in quilting and instruc-
tion and is offering classes for
beginners to intermediate levels.
The project for this class will be a
lap size quilt hand or machine
pieced and quilted. The following
will also be covered in the course
of the class: patterns, fabrics, sup-
plies, colors, cutting, piecing, quilt-
ing and binding. Advanced stu-
dents are welcome, as well as stu-
dents who have started a project
and need help to complete their
work. Students will purchase their
own fabnc, basic sewing supplies
and are encouraged to bring their
own machines for piecing. Classes
are from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday. The
registration fee is $56 per eight-
week session.
a Crochet Instructor Esther
Hughart has been an instructor for
many years Classes are from 1 to
3 p.m inusdays. Students work at
their own pace and level, just bring
four-ply yam and a pattern and the
correct hook for the project and
you are ready to crochet. The reg-
istration fee is $15 for the six-week
class.
a Sewing -- Instructor Alida
Langley is an accomplished seam-
stress and has been lonehiny
sewing for several years. She will
teach students beginning, interme-
diate and advanced levels of


sewing. Her classes are on
Wednesday. The registration fee
is $36 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. (two
hours) or $54 from 5:30 to 8:30
p.m. (three hours). Students are
encouraged to bring their own
sewing machines.
a Pen and Ink with Oil Rouging
- Pen and ink with Oil Rouging.
Come and join instructor Sharon
Kuester where even beginners will
be at ease. Students will learn how
to ink with a technical pen and add
color called "oil rouging." Rouging is
a technique where rather than
"painting" in the color, you "rouge' or
"tint" in the color Students will learn
how to use a Koh-1-Nor technical
pen; prepare different surfaces for
inking and rouging; how to transfer
patterns. and how to ink and rouge
with oil. The registration fee for this
class is $60 with all supplies and
materials required to complete the
project being provided by the
instructor. To look at the work
Kuester has completed, visit
www.sharonklester, com,
a Bob Ross Mello Arts
Painting Class -- Instructor
Margaret Messina will teach the
Bob Ross Mello Arts Oil Painting
technique. This wet-on-wet oil
painting style has been featured on
television for many years, and any-
one unn learn this technique.
Students will end the day with a fin-
ished 11- x 14-inch painting ready
to frame. The Hi-h sli..o fee for


this class is $50 with all supplies
and materials required being pro-
vided by the instructor. All you
need to bring are snacks and a
cooler with drinks.
a Personal History Writing
Class We are pleased to intro-
duce a new class in our fall line-up
- Personal Histony Writing.
Kathleen Dobronyi will help patici-
pants put personal stories in writ-
ing. Learn how to write memoirs,
present a finished work in scrap-
hook form. This is a class for all
ages. Draw a picture of your life
with your writing Everyone has a
story to tell. Registration fee is $30
for eight-week class.
a Water Aerobics This popu-
lar water aerobic class is designed
for individuals looking for a k)w-
impact exercise option that increas-
es muscular tone, balance,
strengln, cardiovascular
enduato-e strength and flexibility.
This class will start in March.
Manyann and Ashley wi; teach this
class. The registration fee for this
class is $25 for 20 classes.
a Intermediate Watercolor
Class Instructor Ann Weaver
will teach intermediate watercolor
classes. She has been profession-
ally painting for many years and
has developed a unique approach
to teaching. Come and join Weaver
on Wednesday from 9:30 a.m. to
11:30 a.m. Registration fee is $60
for six weeks.


i Submit information at least two weeks before the event.


A Submit material at Chronicle offices in inverness or Crystal
ive5ty fax at 563-3280; of hy e-niall to community@


M News notes tend to run one weeke prior to the date of an


BG C to have tr uc~k rasffle


Only 350 raffle tickets
will be printed=
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be drawn at 2 p.m., but ticket holders do
not have to be present to win.
This is the first Auto Show and Swap
Meet in Citrus County and the event is
expected to be an annual one.
Admission to the event is $3 per person
with children yomiger than 12 years old


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One day: Adult 58, children 8-11 $4
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Hernando, FL 34442
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1624 Meadowcrest Blvd., Crystal River, FL 34429
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352 563-5966



CABLE COMPANY
CONVERTER Humane Society
VIC HWY 44 & 41 Of InVerneSS
inverness offers Low Cost
(352) 419-4591 Spay & Neuter
GRAY CAT, Female Service
Vic. Crn. 44 & 486. 1/14, Starting at $20.
Very loving. Cat Declawing $60
(352) 228-7644 Teeth Cleaning $75.
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compliance with
r tulations an
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and training in
clinical areas; assists
the External Services
Administrative
Manager inthe
de e mto and
Policies and Proce


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PEemerg s.
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Completion of an




preparation
experience
preferred. Minimum
of three years clinical
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ASSISTANT

Expaerienceh rqired
assistant, visual field
technician and/or
|ophthalmic scribe.
Apply in person to
West Coast Eye
Institute,
240 N. Lecanto Hwy,
L can2o 6L 344 1
746224 .,, 83
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Send Resume to:
Suncoast Eye Center
221 N. E. Hwy. 19
Crystal River, Fl. 34429
P/T LICENSED
DIETICIAN
Inverness Dialysis
Center.bFeexible hours.
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352-476-1715
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working knowledge
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PREPARER
Retirees welcome
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(352) 564-0049

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RIVERSIDE RESORT
Taking applications
FT Housekeepers &
PT Evening Laundry
5 97 S h~e oe


New Restaurant and
Lounge In Crystal River
Looking for:
Exp. Wait Staff
Line Cooks
DJ Pr enteH aners
Stop In ad flIl out
7855 W uf toLake




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Earn great money by
setting appts. for busy


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ERA AMERICAN
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drua free workplace.
(352) 489-2882
catalog Design
Tenp.
Local mail order
convertible top
company looking for
an individual with
Photoshop.
Pagemaker or??
software experience


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352-637-3666
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TRUCK DRIVERS
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HOUSEKEEPING
Upscale Country
Club. Apply in
person at
2125 W Skyview
Crossing, Hernando
LAWN CREW
Immed. Openings -
Dependable
w/Reliable trans
352-628-6688
RESIDENTIAL
GROUCNDSWMAINT.
Needed. Will maintain
& operate grounds
equip. for residents.
Background check
& drug screen req
call (352) 726-6881
For Detalls


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(352) 344-9444

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Chronicle for only
$12.95.
10 days, 6 lines
(352) 563-5966

SWb 55n 5 lim build,
Seeking female that

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White Male Seeks
Travel Companion '
83, yrs. old, fairly good
shape. 5'7" slim, easY
going, sociable guy.
Live in the Dunnellon
area, have motor
home, planning
extended trip out west
this spring. Dunng the
winter months, I take

rt5n o e
illy good shape, as a
travel companion
someone easy to get
long with, and without
o many incumbents.
Up to S'5" not fat
or skinny.
Send picture, W you
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Blind Box 1415 M
1624 N. Meadowerest
Ivd. Crystal River 34429
F, classy, Energetic,
liberal. Environmentalist
Seeks 70+ secure
cuhured. Kind, honest
healthy, thoughtful
affectionate, Sense of
Hum S, t cer



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CrystafRiveir, Fl. 34429 a


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Mx Groe w/P
352-746-6349/382-2141
COMMUNITY SERVICE


their community


DVD Player
Complete Hookup
(352) 564-0095
FIREWOOD
Seasoned, free, 4'
lengths (352) 560-3685
FREE DUCKS
any age
(352) 563-1931
1F7e Or ic Tur ip
Hwy 746-9084




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Saer & oueold Items o
CAL(352) 476-8949

unAKC od. Female

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(352) 726-5272


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Junk CarsOTrucks, Vans
(352) 228-9645


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(352) 527-0555


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Siames spe)ilzn i
see our available
pets at:
tions.netfinder.com
All are tested for
Feline Leuk and Aids,
Altered, and have
age appropriate
vaccines.
Call 352-476-6832
All donations ae tax


Saturday, Jan. 19
Petco
7223 Coastal Blvd.
Brooksville, FL
10:30-2:30
ALSO
Pet Supermarket
4W1a6 Comme cal
11 am to 3 pm.
And as always
our Sun event:
Sunday, Jan. 20
Humane Society
of Invemness Booth
Howard's Fleat Market
U.S. Hwy. 19
Homosassa, FSL














DON'T STORE ITI $&LU~il
Booth space avail.
Jane's Gifts of Glory


Call(352) 270-1887
GOLF CART BATTERIES
THE BATTERY MEDICS
36V & 48V Sets $275
Free install; 1 yr. warr
Call Mark 727-375-6111
GREENE ACRES AFCH,1Ic
Opening/Accepting
residents Feb. 2008
Prvt/Semi-Prvt Rms.
Lecanto 746-7318 \


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CLASS IEDS


$CASH WE BUY TODAY
Cars, Trucks, Vans rt
FREE Removal Metal.
Junk Vehicles, No title
K 352-476-4392 Andy
x Deductible Recelot
2 SPAYED & NEUTERED
YOUNG CATS
ree to good homel
(352) 563-0434


Low Cost Spay &
Neuter by Ap 1.
Cat Neutered 20
Cat Spayed $25
Dog Neutered &
ceodsts acIn
Tues, Weds & Thurs
(3512)a 2m370
Hyac Tech Trainingi


ment asst. financing
available Classes start
now! (877)99A-9904.
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*Citrus CountY
Chronicle
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*Riverland News
*Riverland Shopper
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*West Marion
*SuM C rnty
CALL TODAY
(352) 563-5966
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Due to our upcoming expansion, Love
Honda is currently seeking several
8Xperienced automotive professionals to sell
fleW and used vehicles. Experience is
preferred but we will train 'the right
Candidates.

We offer an excellent benefits package
including--
Paid medical benefits
401 (k)
PfOgressive pay with up to
35% commission
IVIonthly bonus program
Pald vacation
Flexible schedule

NO phone calls. Please apply in person at:
Love Honda
2081 S. Suncoast Blvd., Homosassa
BetWeen 10am and 2pm Mon. Fri.
Applications will be accepted until
.. January 31st.


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Natural Stone Vinyl
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BUILDING OR

REMODELING?



For AII Your Entryway Needs!!
Pre-Hung Doors Door Slob Replacements
Decorative Door Glass Decorative Cabinet Glass
Phantom Screens Sch|age locks
RAISE & LOWER BLINDS BETWEEN THE GLASS
Perry's Custom Glass & Doors
moon (352) 726-6125 Lic.#2598


2007 Preferred Sewice Procedes
Are you spending too much
money on cooling or heating?
Old, worn out AlC systems
COST YOU MONEY
Upgrade NOW to a new
ENERGY EFFICIENT SYSTEM
352-746-9484
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COMMERCIAL
SALES

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AUCTION
MARKETING &
APPRAISAL

AUCTION
On-site Auction
Jan. 19th 10:00am
3645 N Stirrup Dr.
Beverly Hills (Pine
Ride Estates)
1 ac Shamrock
cruiser Dixie Chopper
nCow mHoondowe
tools, 18 open trailer,
9 new/antique guns.
ALL w/scopes, Gun
Safe, Broyhill furniture,
Fencton,
Pics @ www.southern
auctionmkto.net:
352-528-2950
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continue to run your .
ad every month until I
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(352) 563-5966
(352) 726-0902
*Ad will not be
automatically
scheduled. The
customer must call
each month to
reschedule


CL~ASSIFIEDS


REFRIGERATOR
18 cuire ftS. GE frot fee

Waiiter & Ice on door.
Side by Side. $400;
GAS RANGE. S.S Whirl
pool. 4 8 cu. f (. $200
Both 9 mo. old
(352) 302-4660





Refrigerator
Maytag. 2 yrs. old
bottom freezer,
Pd $900. asking $500. or
best reasonable offer
(352) 860-1236


CEMENT MIXER


TRA TOR W/ WNTrr.
ROC EL2 P"ALE S
$125 (352) 637-6255
Call Between 9-6


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TV Sony 32"
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$225
call(352) 527-6959









Dell Computer
With Flat Screen
LCD Monitor $275.
Ph:(352) 613-2958


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grading, hauling, etc. & models. Anytime,
NO JOB TOO SMALLIII 344-2556, Richard
Uce. & Ins. 352-400-0528
AII Tractor/Dirt Service
Land Clear, Tree Serv.,
Bushhog, Driveways
& Hauling 302-6955
ALL AROUND TRACTOR WE MOVE SHEDS
Londclearing, Houling. 352-637-6607
Site Prep, Driveways.
Uce. & Ins. 795-5755
MR CITRUS
LANDCLEARING COUNTY REALTY
I Site prep, Tree Serv,
SDumSp Truck, Demo




3rd GENERATION SERV
Fencing. General Ii
Home Repairs, Int/ Ext. ALAN NUSSO
Painting, lawn trees, & 3.9%/ Litngs
la% ~opff ny FR RESIDENCE SALES
lic 99990257151 & Ins. COMMERCIAL SALES
(352) 201-0658 (352) 422-6956


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Restretch Installation
Call for Fast Service
C & R SERVICES
Sr. Discount 586-.1224



Commercial & Resid.
CONTRACTORS
We install yours & ours-
Carpet, vinyl, & tile
All jobs welcome! We
travel. (813) 843-4059



VChris Satchell Painting
& Walicovering.All work
Eu ted 3 s E7x2pl
352-795-6533/464-1397
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3rd Generation Painting
10% off any Job
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Husband & Wife DP
Press.Cleaning & Paint-
ing. Lic.&Ins. 637-3765
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Like New, $500 for Both
or $275 each
(352) 628-2774
BEDS + BEDS + BEDS
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For TOP National Brands

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Black Leather Love
Seat, chair & ottoman
$450.Complete Dinette
Set Baker rack, 2 end
tbl. coffee table $400.
(352) 464-3967
CITRUS HOME DECOR
Like New Furniture
Buy & Sell, Homosassa,
352-621-3326
COUCH
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$500 (352) 637-6255
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p d rm rs


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oval, 38 x 52 table,
18" leaf 4 caned back
padded chairs.
$75.
(352) 795-7886


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Country style, Table w/6
chairs, custom glass top
H t bs6570909

Dining Rm. Table,
6 chairs, white washed,
solid oak, like new $400.
Computer armoire,
solid oak pd $1,600.
Sell $400.(352) 634-4360


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CRYSTAL RIVER
2/1tin $50o Sec. $700
(352) 479-30333




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2/2CrystalRiver
65+ Ga L ee diew
Enci Porch, New Roof
Furn d. Clean, No
pets/smoking $62.9k
352-564-1596
815-351-1596 cell
55+ PARK, Quality, new
DW 2/2, 2x6 walls ciprt 1
shs e 35 )c 750
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CHA New gas ank
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(352) 726-8902
DUNNELLON
Bo ith coot x46
2x2 Carport Porch Patio
10x1A Workshed w/river
acces. Many xtras $45K

8 r t7Pa
lake, furnishings
negotiable $2&906
(248) 909-2507

12 OSHEHD KEc
remod., new carpet &
point in/out. Ceramic
tile. Ready to move in!
$11,900.1-888-202-1718
HOM SASS
New/Resale Mobiles
6 e2a0


INVERNESS 55 +
2/2/crpt. W/D, D/WSHR,
Fully Furnished. Scrn. rm.
(13 X 13), Patio, Lg.
Shed (11 X 19) $17K
(352) 344-8848
INVERNESS 55+
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& Carpet, W/D, CHA,
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Carport, Shed, $12,500
(352) 400-4891
LEASE W/OPTION TO
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8 X10 TRAILER


16' Enclosed Alumlnum
Trailer, 2000. Rene
gade, V nose, fold
down doors front &
lear, holds 3 Harleys.
$2500.(352) 564-1680
20FT lawn equipment
tradler, dual axle with
brakes, $1.850 obo
(352) 201-0981





CARGO, UTILITY, BOAT
100 trailers in stock
GULF TO LAKE SALES
352-527-0555








BUY NG US C INS
offers. Top $$$ Paid
(352) 228-7676









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26 wks Female, shots,
asking $200. ea.
352-302-7115
Boston Terdier Puppy
AKC, Health Cert
male, 7 mos. old
$500.
(352) 382-5418
CHIHUAHUA PUPS
8 Weeks Old Tiny
Beautiful Health Cert
1Fem/2 Male $300 & up
(352) 560-3206
CHIHUAHUA PUPS
Reg. Health Cert.
Ready now. M & F
various colors & sizes.
$250 &up.


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(352)2497-1149

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String at $20

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MEINIS DAHSUNDIS
8 wk&sm Reg, Shots
SHealth Cert., MUST SEE
$350- $4500


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Shots & H~ealth Cert.
(352) 795-5719
ATOY POFOD )Cir
10 wks, $400 -$500
(352) 563-2756


DINING ROOM SET






S4 Chirs. T able Hutch
Excuhellet Condition
$25 3200 6717

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4 c.Cod wanu, hols
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doors, lot +ofr storage



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storage hg dracwers.
Upgiraded mattes.
size 40x7, 650.
(352) 637-5903


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sonss chairsn, bieautful
mirroe back. $600. S
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transfer costs
(352)726-7326
SAFE



TEXT BOOKS
$40/set
(352) 341-1 142
Small Acetylene
torch outfit, nluig
jewelers torch, $0.

ex 2)c52n7-08 5.
TEAK WOOD
4 8' x 8"~ x doS
1'x 131 x 26 -
(352) 746-7425


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(352) 400-2856




Teal, $50. ea.
(352) 726-6654




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SMALL SCOOTER

WHEEL CHAIR



Eletri Qua tum eazY
40bo(352) 527-2289








Jane's Gifts of iby
201888/527-193




Moe WL gyG SAUN300
Exc. Cond. S10,0000bo
352-795-7822
PIANO WURLITZER
price $1.000.
Selling price $700 obo
(352) 270-3578




Portabl Inverso able
$350. 352) 6-325030



EXERCISE BIKE
R~e ubeente h n~n
(352) 527-2760


$50 (352) 746-5643

w/3 Inst tn DV~ $125
TREADMILL &
OL4MOP sWBEI TSET
Durnbells84 Racks
$1.000/ALL 746-9332

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Incline, Pulse& L
Heartrate $85
(352) 270-3391

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NPwd Fr $0
(352) 465-6401







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16" Blade $80
(352) 795-8653





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$100 Ent. CTR & 24" Flat
TV New $275 9Pc Patio
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$375. New Tiller, Troy blt.
$675.obo Love Seat
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sceeedprch.s $155K9
(352) 262-3135

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2- 2 1Hyta HR Dvm
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352-7264-8076

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HOA, $115/annually.
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C ean. larger, 2 or 321

y r~d. 1db.mNo pos or
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(352) 344-2500
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SGolf course on I
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$ 1.250/mo. Will I
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$10.000. For listings
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$10,000. For listings
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Eurnd otage, unfurn
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1/1 Neat & clean; No
smoking 352-795-43"
CRYSTAL RIVER
NICELY FURNISHED 1/1
GrNeatpn g7hborh d.
minimum. 352-795-7261
HOMOSASSA
Fully furn. efficiency
Apts for Rent in
Homosassa ALL utilities
+ cable included. Rent
$200./wk 352-628-7682

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2,000s.f. New: Roof,
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2/ Huslex,2 $650. m
(352) 270-8467


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(352) 302-0229
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GREENBRIER TWO
End cottage, unfurn,
2/2/crprt. Newer appli's
AC & wtr. htr, glassed in
lonal. Nice neighbors &
community. Close to
Heated pool. $129.900
Call (352) 746-9772
KENSINGTON $189,900
1PAc.odd,2.5
seu7Cr .tArd r/bar e
(352) 634-1141
Meadows Golf Course
3/2/2, Heated Pool. All
Upgraded Appl. Inc
iPFEW f
$259K (352) 746-6831
REDUCED TO $264,000
1%Tintaine m
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104 rson2S5treet
DUCED o H2

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$317,995 (352) 527-7856



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Rent to Own
3/2 with Office &
Pool. Citrus Hills CC
Membership Incl'd
Money Req d for otion
to purchase $1,700/mo
3522 3449-1491 22-3840
5% down 20yrs at
8%apr For listings call
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0 DOWN TO BUYII
$720/mo. + taxes &
insurance. 3/2/2
located in Highlands
Large h meoT clean
(352) 601-5600
60s Morse st
tile 2 2 m c.

6 6Ma
1006 Princeton Ln
00s,900 v2/2, 2,000
sq.ft. Under roof, Fam-
Rm. upgraded Lrg. kit.
& bath, minor TLC
352-563-4169
vs
4 .4 -


asoo ta, 5,000 Total st
4.8 Ac. Adj. 4.8 Avail.
a e2 65p e allell
below appr.@ $379KI
(352) 726-0321
2/2/1 Over-Slzed
WoodeAdlCorner lot. RE
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352-637-1357
3/2 BLOCK HOME
t t

16 a 21r9 010 oncoed
3/2/2 POOL HOME
1400sf. Renovated. Ft
Cooper area. $125,000
obo. (321) 277-5772
BETTY MORTON


2 BEDROOM APTS.

Star inat $86

Go eose Ap~ts at
9:00 am-4:00 pm
Mon. thru Fri.




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Crystal River
$500 Moves you int
Call Nanc atAction Rental



CITRUS COUNTY
Rentals. Must SEE!
$500-8775/mo.
(352) 634-5499



CRYSTAL RIVER
1 BR, laundry/premises
$500 mo.+ sec, deposit
352-465-2985
CRYSTAL RIVER
1 BR.special rate
laundry on premises
LAKE LUCY
APARTMENTS
(352) 422-0140
Leave message and
phone number
CRYSA ROV
SCall Kathy 352-228-7991
CRYSTAL RIVER
Nicest Apts. in
County
Furn'd & Unfurnished
Prqogs eEnoergy
(352) 795-1795
CRYSTAL RIVER
Seven Rivers Apts.
cleln rset tlos to
Compc Itiloundry
No aplicto fees.

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Cleandl. 32-4222393
larst, stsec. No smokn
352-726-450321 bfor 7p

/1 New Th-ot W63-98/D
hooup. 525 mo. + 00


2/1 $575motS. $82se.
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CREATIVE FINANCING
0 Closing Costs
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PINE RIDGE
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.1 (352) 628-50498
GREA STARTER HOME Hm
Fin avalale 3%yr dwn

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Nice,6978 oler 3/1,


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itfUS.com
(352) 795-1555
POOL HOME, 3/2/2
Formal Living room &
dining room, famlIY
roo 5 6-928693900
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2d IR LAENN Ill
or RENT TO OWN 2-3 BR.
NO CREDIT CHECKII
352-484-0866
jademission.com
GREAT LOCATION
2/2/1, wIth a screen
room, chain link fence,
Central Air, Storage
Shed, large Backyard,
Queen Palms, freshly
painted, garage door
$1pOTOOrO R rtag
(607) 761-4625


2MBGR n en
purchase. $229,900
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2 UNIQUE HOUSES
1 w/ingr pool. Adj. lots.
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Buy 1 or both. D.RNiltQ
REDUCTION FOR QUICK
SALElL 352-586-9498
Gospel Island
2/2/1, CHEAP! Owner
financing., fncd. yrd.,
screened porch, $155K
(352) 621-3135
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floating dockposs.
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875-0118 FCRN
1/22 Meeting Citrus County School Board
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Cltrus County School Board will hold a Special
Meeting and Workshop; 9:00 a.m. In the Board Room of
the DIstrlet ServIces Center located at 1007 West Moln
Street, inverness, Florida on Tuesday. January 22, 2008.
The purpose of the SpecIol Meeting to approve varIous
items outlined on the agenda and a Charter School

e a ah dC t v h th 3
slbility Study presentation by BRPH. On update on the IB
Program and various other Items outlIned on the
agenda.


anMm to appe wic3sI MM
ings and may need to Insure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings is made, which record should Include
the testimony and evidence upon whIch his appeal is
to be based. And Iranel u ehT

Published one (1) time in the Citrus County Chronicle,
on January 18, 2008.

877-olis FcRN
1997 Acur 2/20 sale Florida Fast11tte Service
NOTIPCUEB SALE
The Icoe tlTe @on ora.
& Labor charges Year: 97 Make: ACUR
VIN# JAEDJ58VOV7B00862 to satisfy Labor Services, re-

Ef 0 V [Hea c e MI eLwili be
Sunray Lane, Floral City, FL 34436. Lienholder Suncoast
Schools Federal Credit Union. PO. Box 11904. Tampa,

1.00 5 nw u a sr t nh c
hearing prior to the sale by filing a demand with the
Clerk of The Circuk Court in Carus County. The owner
has the right to recover possession of the vehicle by
posting a bond pursuant to F.S. 559.917 and if sold the
proceeds remaining from the sale will be deposited
with the Clerk Of The Circuit Court for disposition. Llenor
reserves the right to bid. Llenor Citrus Collision Center,
59)@Gul Lake Hwy.. Invemess, FL 34453
Published one (1) time in the Citrus county Chronicle
on January 18, 2008.

871-0118 FCRN
2007-CP-732DeloresAlberta CozartEstate
\ coNc tEom
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 2007-CP-732
Division:
IDNELTRT BEA COZART
Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The adminIstration of the estate of DELORES ALBERTA
CO RL deceased, wlTteedTrc ItdTo r 1 TURaU1
County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which
is 110 N. Apopka Avenue, Invemess. Florida 34450. The
names and addresses of the personal representative
and the personal representative's attorney are set forth
below.
AH creditors of the decedent and other persons hav-
ing claims or demands against decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE (ATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICAllON OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against decedent's es-
tate must file their calms with this court WITHIN 3
TM NNT AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICAllON OF
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLA1M FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AF-
T F A51 e msentative:


/s/Ida D. Smith
New Bloomfl ,
AshoGrice or PeGonalE resentative:
Ar B N 2A4
5318 Balsam St., New Port RIcheyFlorida 34652
Tel ne ( 27)( I in the Citrus County Chronicle
on January 11 and 18, 2008.


,gn-o sccFacNc
PUBLIC NOTICE
CENTRAL FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
3001 SW College Road. Ocala FL 34474
COMPETITIVE SEALED BIDS
ITB07009-CITRUS
CAMPUS PAVILION
AND MAINTENANCE SHED
(GENERAL CONTRACTORS ONlY)
ITR 07-009 Bld Documents can be obtained on January
16 mos -contact:
Fo Solicit loneCopies or J Inso PA @

Bidders may obtain Blddlng Documents from Johnson
Peoples Architects, PA., 316 S.E. 8th Street. Ocala, Flor-
ida 34471, (352) 351-1963, with a refundable check of
$100 for two (2) sets. Checks shall be made payable to
Central Florida Community College. Bldding docu-
ments shall be returned to the architect In good condl-
tlon within ten (10) days following the bld openIng for
retum of deposit. No partial sets of documents will be
issued.
For Sollcitation Inqulrles: Stewart E. Trautman Jr,
( 9 3 CEh son 1227
ITB07-oo9-Mandatory Pre-ma conference
will be held on:
Date: Monday. January 28, 2008
Time: 10:00 AM 11:00 AM
Location: CFCC Ocala Campus.
ualn le5 ml06
ITB 07-009 -81ds wlH be acceDied untll:
oate: Thursday. February 14, 2008
om tlon. CAMcala Campus,
PurchasIng Depart nt
Building 37. Room
ITB 07-009 will be Dubllcly opened on:
Date: Thursday, February 14, 2008
0 tion: AOMala Campus, Plant
0 operations
Bu dlng 10, Room 106
An Equal Opportunity College
Published flve (5) times In the Citrus County Chronlcle
on January 16, 18, 20, 22 and 25.2008.


FIUDAY, JANI








KAWASKI
1999 ZRX 11000 extas,
good cond., $2,90 cl
ob (00352) 302-28411
SUZUKI
'0, 500e Intudevrd full '

$5,00 in extras. $7,000
obom (352) 657-240 5


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650ccy Buevd 40 07


Only $35000 7


(352) 563-1465
TRUCK CAMPER
Cascade 8tt long
w/bathroom & shower
good cond $850 obo
815-985-1647 Hennando
UTILITY TRAILOR
S6 4" x 16' Like New, New
Pl nt/HW Dd $ d 0
D32 20 -62
'05. 30 ft. w/slide,
extra clean;
6 35080 B




4 NEW 17" Steel R m
Polished Silver, 6 l s
$50/all

Racing Rims
with Michelin Tires. Fits
GMC, 6 Lug. $200.
(352) 382-4183

AUTO HOb~A CR
Citrus Co. Speedway
(352) 726-9339




STEEL RIMS

(352 )8a 0 02
TIRES(4)
Super Swampers
LT TSL 31-11.5 R15






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For Junk Ca~rs



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No itele Cad5.W. Gra
$370(352) 22113







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$18.800 (135)7573-0698
CADILLAC
Whitelsaddlem. Gract
Corandy. Belowbook
$370(352) 220-1634
CADIRLLAC
sgnatue series 25mp Dl
north sart bnreautiful
depndbl 90k mie CodB

$50.(352) 795-7876

`9 Lmn G ol .
pkg. Coz.$.0
(352) 574-410 2




le hrto Omi. NI
$8,000 (352) 527-8682


p7kgm. 35,70 mi. act. 5
(352) 20341-691




CHEROSLET
MoneCarlo '04Dae

Ofer352-449-68275

'06, Imtrpala LT owhier
Immculte 18k mi., exe od

Exc. 0 Corl.$620
(352) 527-052[3


rything, cold a/c $2,700

DODGE
AM/MC 5Dpu ale c.
cond. 49k mi. $7.500
(352) 382-3917
DODGE
Neon 'OS Auto. A/C,
AM/FM/CD pwr all exc.
cond5 93k m 7.500
FORD
1991 GT Mustang conv.
auto r ns gre~a s
$5,000. 352-302-2585


CLASS






FORD
'9,Tuus nGL Waon `
60/an4k mi. loaed,
Fr(352)62-79 2120-429
FORD
Mustang G1Conv 04
Annolowmlvery dto/
Fm(352) 127-5490



HONDA


S$199 a Mo.WAC I
1-866-838-4376
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HONDA


Prelude '94, Sspd. Very
clean. Runs great,
155K mi. $4,000.
(352) 464-0433
LEXUS
'02, RX300, leather,
sunrf., 72k mi. $17,000.
obo excel. cond. Ilke
new (352) 503-6584


optios Grea tre &
wheels. Needs shocks
$950 (352) 637-5171

`96 MK VII, O.Looks &
runs great! 1048K mi.
(352) 586-8620
MERCEDES
450 SL 1978
81K, w/ bothtops
$6,20 .
(352) 257-1355
MERCEDES
'83, 380SL, 93k ml ,
maroon 2 tops. new
canvas top & tires
$7 000 (352 746-5229

MERCURY
'0, Grand Marquis )
S27k org. ml., Don't I
SMiss thisOne Call I
Now 1-688 4 76

MERCURY
2004. Marquis LS,
EXTRAS! Must Seel
(352 494500



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$500 or PoboA I





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teleph. In place. Ready
for Home/Mobile
352-533-2150,697-2420
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Shelves, PW PL A/C,


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GMC
Savanna 61500 '00






$1,900. (352) 464-1509
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COUNTY REALTY










RESIDENTIAL SALES

(352) 422-6956

Honda Civic '94, $400
Police ImpoundsI
For listings, Call
1-800-366-9813 ext 4246







205TX00 Sportma 500
Polecaris. $2,900e.
$30.(352) 302-21300



mower, gpofcrts. We 00



2001 Dirtik $47

$2,30 obom No trades,
(352) 628-9848 L. Mess.
',Sportsma 500.
Ax 4 lke nw es hn
200 mlap.S 4,750
(352) 52641680


'04, Gar kepto. 6 r.

A x 4 camo, winch,
big tre s76 50 fIrm












HARLEY DAVIDSON
Hi Dnedtach. wndside.
New0 tires 11,500mi.
$1,0.(352) 32290-226













HAREYDAVISN
'03,75 Shaortsterl200'
bagse Ggar kept.

$15thae$.500
(352) 382-93084
HAREYDAVISN
'0711 Oivr lNg 60c as

(352) 330-0047





HAREYDAVISN
VT 107' Dyna Suprglde,
Extra Cle an. GoodBad
N Cre dit .On Sl $15099
(352) 330-90047


2006, Custom, Black,


KAWASAKI
'Ol, 1500 Vulcan
Classic, IS,650 mi. I
'04, 750 Vulcan, 6.200
mi. gar. kept, adult


KAWASAKI
Om7 Vcan 900. Orl 100
avail. On sale $6900
Lucky U Cycles
(352) 330-0047
KAWASAKI
1000 Concours,1999
11.500 ml. SA,500
(352) 341-1142


27in -44', 2 blkrs,ofCR
o (352) 586-1855


199, 21 50 Yam, w/ n
tndmh tIr, Blum tp trolII
$12,400 (352) 7448-9500











'90 38, 18 Bwider w/ttlr.
128 m. 26 hrs. Gar ept.
$15U(3M2) 270-p3 76








SE7 ot o exras Rajd 1
Biminlttlr.87 0.mt/rr/tro
$400352-752-4770



SHOALLO SPORT
PANG BOATS Ec




(352) 5863-5410










252. 27'. A0,Cabine
Loaded ne tirer, n r
Must eII 1sd $0,9000
oo(352) 82795440




chairlve-wl ale. Merc.
foot wit bH all ofmg's
$500(352) 630 -29786


5th Wheel '03 34' 3







$2 5ob352- 794-0621


Located in H aomoos.
Can drelvecr $0,0.
(423) 7482-6813


TOYOTA
03 .,CamrlyE, Lodd!4
cyl auto, CDoo 94Ko, pw.
wl,~'ndow/locks/sears.

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(352) 382-5915





NOA'72 F350 V8rb Auto
2o door $518000 fr
(352) 464-48735


(352 628 4053



FORD
S'02, Spoert Tac. I
4 Ox 4, 135k mialla hw.,



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FORD
F -150 Lariat '05 Super
cab 5.411r 4x4, auto, ,
6cd, leather, Bed
Co e/Lnr8 rw/Crnpr
(352) 621-0675






a0 Fotoper. Gre at ond.
$3,950 (352)ox 527 -32

nwires, r y uns. great
$7,500. (3.52) 37-088



SUBURBAN
'97 4x4, towing pkg'
loaded, new jet black
paint. SA900/obo/
trade (352) 688-7269
TOYOTA
'06 Tacoma
4 Cyl, Auto, 41k, Exc.
Cond, 7yr. 100k Wrty
$9,999 (352) 697-1200





t9 TrucD, Ru ab u
113k mi. $4,00.ot O
orae(352) 628-3035








Honda Ciic04$, $400
15-800-3466-913 x 246 1




Classic, Boat wtrl &
mretr $5,00/bot OBO ne
or9rade?(352)860-41426



BUIC 1K mls

shieat 5k mi $9de,99oo
352-,0 44726672120-8076



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35-27286/2128-593

'04, Ekporallmited' e

'oSed, Esc x mitedV,
37in k m., lode m
$ ,00. (352 19e.T 9




06' Explorer, EDD IE
B lAUER, Likel new. I







$26, 00.3221-49










DVD. Great Shapoke 2,
$790 (352) 637-5171


Onpr ly $1. Mo. WAC


DODGE
.9x1P t-bWor Van
$700. obo
(352) 201-0658

CaravaDO'9D uE1/Looks
Good $1,375
(352) 637-5394
DODGE
caravan '98 4cyl
30mpg, A/C 154k mi
great shapel$2250
(352) 344-3411


VESPA



YAMAHA
'05 R600, Clean, Blue,
4.100 ml, W/extrast
$5,500 flm.
352-212-7197/257-1513


AIRBOAT

on prop. engine-
$6500 (352) 489-3440
BAYLINER
24',Cruiser. '92, 1/O.
Sleep 4 in L cabin
Alum. trlr. LEANI
$8.500 (352)621-0848
BAY LINER
Clera '90 16ft 85hp
Foce Motr 0 epn b.,

tank, slash Top, $1 200
727-207-1619 Crst RW

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prop, low hrs. $5,000/
abo (352) 563-6626


Ta DA)ductile w n
donated to a 43 yr
old n nrepho ti
Marritime Ministres
A. (52) 795-9621 A
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Tri Hull 15' 30HP Suzuki,
$1600. (352) 422-7315





















224',16 hp, Mer. 1O'
gav tnrdemS trlr. Great
Shp.New eds home.
QDIV220 637-5171

H1780 DLX 90H Mre
CLetI drive 80b saltwater
trollot. Loade lie ew


4.3, LF,0' Merc. /O Cnvs
cover, BG7 GPS, Depth
Finde, VHFle C.G50.Ac







15' 6hpf Yamaha, Low p
Hours. Woaeso eTrk,2


w/rilerS1.5b Must se
$1200 (352) 628-6284





FIERLASSBUOAT
J hnson dln rtep r.

th Rpd to see $.

$1.K352-3026-97361


SEA NYMPH
12 ft., V Boat & trailer
no motor gr at cond.
(352) 447-7291


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Published seven (7) days
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PUBLIC NOTICE
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2001 DODGE RAM PICKUP 1500 2002 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS
'9,995t s10,488t

2004 DODGE NEON 2004 PONTIAC GRAND AM
*10,998t *11,488t

2005 FORD FOCUS 2005 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
*11,4887 s11,950t


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2007 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER 2007 CHRYSLER WN & COUNTRY
*13,9981 sl5,588t

2006 DODGE CARAVAN 2005 DODGE RAM PICKUP 1500
*15,495t *15D, 95t


2004DODG RAMPICKP150


2004 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER
si5,998t

2006 HYUNDAI SANTA FE
*16,9951


2007DODE RM PIKUP250


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*29,950? e
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*17,4951 sl 9,48 8 t

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*19,8887 *19,9951

2007 MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER -- 2006 DODGE RAM PICKUP1500
s25,988t s26,388t


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