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Title: Citrus County chronicle
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Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
Inverness, Fla
Publication Date: January 19, 2008
Copyright Date: 2008
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JANUARY 19, 2008



SO YOU KNOW
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failure in Reykjavik,
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WEEKEND WRAP:
Music and drama
Whether the weather is wet or
dry, fun is on tap this week-
end in Citrus County./Page 6B

FACES RECONSTRUCTED:
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Homicide
victims
Eight people
whose skeletal
remains were
discovered last
year in a wooded
area just outside
downtown Fort
Myers were the
ctims of homi-
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WALL STREET:
Markets sag
Wall Street ended a
painful week with
another decline
Friday./Page 11A

OPINION:

As citizens,
we don't get to
decide legal
ISSUES On OUf OWn.
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DAVE SIGLER/Chronicle
Virginia Tebby recently celebrated her 98th birthday at Stumpknockers. Tebby opens her gift with the help of Shirley
Callahan Seaman, DAV Aux lary Commander Chapter 70. Tebby was Instrumental in starting the DAV Auxiliary at the
local chapter.

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KEm LYNN McHALE
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Chronicle
n 1910, composer William
Schuman, baseball player Dizzy
Dean, oceanographer Jacques
Cousteau and Dunnellon resi-
dent Virginia Tebby were born. Only
one is still building a legacy through
contributions to society
"I enjoy life, period," Tebby said.
Tebby, who turned 98 years old
Monday, has been involved in the
Disabled American Veterans
Auxiliary (DAVA) for 59 years. Tebby


moved to Citrus County in 1964 from
Illinois, where she was a DAVA state
commander. After she moved, she
discovered the DAVA chapter in
Citrus County was disbanded and
worked to reform it,
"If it wasn't for her, we wouldn't be
here today," said Lynn Armitage,
adjutant in the Citrus County chap-
ter ofDAVA.
DAVA members help families, wid-
ows and orphans of disabled and
deceased United States Military vet-
erans. The nationwide organization
was founded in 1922; its programs
are funded through membership


dues and contributions, according to
the Disabled American Veterans'
(DAV) Web site, www.day.org.
The members work to make sure
disabled veterans, their dependents
and survivors receive benefits and
financial assistance. Also, the auxil-
iary members, in 2,000 chapters
nationwide, fight to improve legisla
tion regarding veterans' benefits,
according to information on DAV's
Web site. They volunteer to work at
and recruit volunteers for medical
facilities and programs serving vet-


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Chronicle .
Citrus County Fire Chief
Richard Stover didn't violate
the county's personnel policy,
but he does oversee a work-
place filled with tension and
rife with rumors, according a
report released Friday.
Andrew Salzman, a Palm
Harbor attorney hired by the
county to investigate allega-
tions against Stover, concluded
that Stover's leadership style


may be intimidating to said he wants the coun-
employees but it does ty to give him the
not cross the line of a names of his accusers
hostile work environ- and punish them if they
ment. maliciously made
Stover returned to untrue allegations.
work Jan. 3 after being ? In all, more than 30
on paid administrative 2- .. witnesses were inter-
leave for seven weeks. RicharcI viewed. The investiga-
Based on anonymous Stover tion concluded that no
complaints, Stover was Citrus County evidence existed of the
accused of having an fire chief. improper relationship
improper relationship and that Stover's over-
with a subordinate and over- sight of the workplace, while
seeing a hostile workplace. significantly flawed, did not
Since his return, Stover has violate the county's personnel


policy.
Still, the report's conclusions
call into question Stover's man-
agement style.
"There are a number of
examples of Chief Stover being
abrupt, raising his voice, and
using harsh or intimidating
language," the report states,
"Many of the witnesses have
perceived Chief Stover's man-
agement style, as opposed to
the prior management style, of
the Fire Department as being
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The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. had a dream of a col-
orblind America.
It hasn't happened yet, but
the Rev Terriel Byrd, director
of Urban Ministries Studies at
Palm Beach Atlantic Uni-
versity in West alm Beach,
sees "tremendous progress in
the area of education and eco-
nomic opportumties.
The challenge, he said, for
the 21st century has to do with
attitudes and the transforma-
tion of the heart.
Kicking off the annual
Martin Luther King Jr.
Weekend Celebration, Byrd
will be the guest speaker at the
multi-racial, multi-ethnic com-
munity fellow-
ship service at 5
p.m. Sunday at The
Seven Rivers
Presbyterian parade
Church, 4221 W
Gulf-to-Lake
Highway, Le- begin at
canto.
The commu- 10 a.m
nity is invited to
attend. A des- MOnday
sert reception
will follow. St
Byrd will be
speaking about OfyStal
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The CAFCC 00 .
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County) Children's Choir,
made up of 30-plus local ele-
mentary school-age children,
will sing. Also, a local girls
dance troupe will perform a
liturgical dance to the Kirk
Franklin song, Now Behold
Lamb.
The civil rights movement
was rooted in the church," said
the Rev. Ray Cortese, pastor of
Seven Rivers Presbyterian
Church.
.On Monday, the celebration
will continue with a parade,
sponsored by the George
sh n ill rat C0e I
at Crystal River Middle School
and proceed down Crystal
Street to Northeast Eighth
Avenue.
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Park, 850 N.E. Third St.
Crystal River, will be the site
for a community picnic and
fun day, with games and activi-
ties for children of all ages.
The weekend events are
sponsored by the Chronicle.
Andrea McCray-Holly,
CAFCC executive director,
said this is the third year for
the community worship serv-
ice, which has drawn a huge
racially diverse crowd.
HoweveI; "even though we
come together once a year,
when it's over, everything goes
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sron.
High school juniors have the ability to attend
the program for two full years and earn the 60=
credits, 15 per semester, needed to graduate
with their Associate in Arts degree in one hand
and high school diploma in the other. If they
complete the program, they will graduate from
high school with two years of college under
their belts.
Students enrolled in the program have to take
a minimum of four classes per semester to bel
considered a full-time student in the progrant
and simultaneously meet high school credit
requirements. Four classes at WTI are equiva-
lent to four blocks at the high schools. Academy
students are allowed to return to their high
schools for events and extra cur-
llegiate ricular activities, such as sports.
informa- The courses students take
on, through the Collegiate Academy
p.m. match the generic, required cours-
y. es students usually take during
Curtis their first two years at four-year
universities. Therefore, theyL
m, 3180 would enter four-year universities
ional with 60 credits and would be con-
anto. sidered juniors in college right out
of high school.
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assistant After earning 60 credits;
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technical guaranteed admission and credit
3. csetp n oit se acc 1
a Collegiate Academy information
pamphlet.
"Because there are limited seats in the
Collegiate Academy, it's very important parents
come to this meeting," D'Angelo said.


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Local teenagers have the opportunity to earn
60 college credits, an Associate in Arts degree -
for free by the time they graduate high
school.
Parents and students can learn how to apply
for the state-funded Withla~
coochee Technical Institute (WTI) 5 WHAT: C
and Central Florida Community Acadern
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College (CFCC) Collegiate tion sess
Academy during an information
session at 6 p.m. Wednesday at M WHEN:
Curtis Peterson Auditorium in Wednesd
Lecanto. Admission into the 8 WHERE:
Collegiate Academy is limited. Peterson
"Applications will be dis- Auditoriu
buried Michael D'Angelo, an W. Educa
assistant director at WTI, said. Path, Le
The orientation session was a CONTAC
designed to inform interested par- D'Angelo
ents and students about the bene- director
fits of the dual enrollment pro- coochee
adm we ch siults in high h
education.
The academy is open to all stu-
dents, 16 years of age or older, in high schools or
home schools, who meet the admission criteria.
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teh the exception of early voting
The Supentisor of Elections Of-
fice will conduct early voting Mon-
day, even though Martin Luther
King Jr. Day is a federal holiday.
Here are early voting sites:
5 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.
m Crystal River Elections Office,
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
5 New Homosassa Public
Library, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. .


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County BOCC meeting
set for Wednesday
The second regularly scheduled
Board of County Commission
meeting in Januany will be
Wednesday,
Typically, commission meetings
are the second and fourth Tuesday
of the month, but this meeting will
be an exception,
The meeting will begin at 1 p.m.
in the Board of County Com-
mission chambers inside the Citrus
County Courthouse, 110 N.
Apopka Ave. in Invemess.
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Some offices close
MOnday, others open
Martin Luther King Day on
Monday is a national holiday. The
following businesses and agencies
will either be closed or have adjust-
ed hours that day:
5 The Citrus County Central
Landfill will close at 2:30 p.m.
5 Chanicle business office and
the Chanicle's Inverness office will
be closed.
a The Chanicle Circulation De-
partment will be open from 7 to 10
a.m. only.
5 All county government offices,
including the cities of Invemess


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Weather conditions ground


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miles of their 1,260-mile jour-
ney from Necedah National
Wildlife Refuge in central
Wisconsin to Chassahowitzka
National Wildlife Refuge along
Florida's Gulf Coast.
Rain, fog and cloud cover
kept the cranes grounded
Friday.
Friday was a record 87th day
of migration. Last year; the
cranes' migration took 76 days.
The birds left Necedah
Wildlife liefhge in Wisconsin
on Oct. 13.


ea on 1940s 0 e ation Mi-
ship with nine private and gov-
ernment agencies known col-
lectively as the Whooping
Crane Eastern Partnership.
This whooping crane flyover
event will be at the Dunnellon
Park Commerce Airport and
the public is invited to attend.
The airport is at 15070 S.W
111th St., off Marion County
Road 484.
For directions to the flyover
eventattheDunnellonAirport,
call the Crystal River Refuge at
563-2088.







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The cranes and planes were
down Friday for a third straight
day in Hamilton County.
Operation Migration officials
plan one more stop before
reaching their final destination
in Marion County. Officials
plantopostinformationon
whether they will attempt to
make the Dunnellon airport


flyover on their Web site the
night before the flight. For day-
to-day information about the
cranes' progress, visit
www.operationmigration.org
and click on "In The Field."
In the 11 days since Jan. 8,
the cranes have flown twice for
a total of 221 miles and have
hadninedowndays.
The chicks and their surro-
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Special to the Chronicle
The Nature Coast 10mblers Volks-
sport Club will formally dedicate a new
walking route today.
Registration for the Paul Casey
Memorial Walk will be 11'om 8:30 to 9:15
a.m. at Aardvark Kayak, 640 N. Citrus
Ave, in Crystal River Participants can
pick up maps and free water and snacks
to carry on the walk.
The dedication ceremony will take
place at 9:30 a.m. at the old railroad
depot, 100 Crystal St. Crystal Hiver


Mayor Iton Kitchen will be the guest
spaker at the dedication.
Paul Casey was the depot multuper
when it was closed in the 1970s and he
passed away shortly thereafter His
daughter Emily Cusoy, who now resides
in Inverness, organized the Nature
Coast Volkssport Club two years ago,
with Frank Caldwell of Old Homosussu.
The establishment of this walking route
in honor of her father was one of
Emily s goals for the club.
The Nature Coast Itumblers Volks-
sport Club is an organization of folks


who are interested in hiking, bicycling,
and kuyuking in Citrus County. As an
offiliate of the AVA (the Amerienn
Volkssport Association) the Humblers
mousure and mark walking routes
(designed us a year round events) that
are a minimum of 10 kilometers long,
The route incorporates designated
structures included in the Historic
Tour Guide of Crystal River, produced
by the Crystal River Heritage Council.
These historic structures, identified by
the numbered photos in the tour guide,
can be matched to the corresponding


numbers on the walking route map.
The walk also incorporates the cross-
town bike trail and the now bikeway
across U.S. 19. A major feature of the
walk is scenic Kings Bay Drive, with
views of manatees form the bridge, and
a stop at the National Wildlife refingee
headquarters. Other sonic areas are
Hunter Springs Park and the Third
Street Pier
For information about the dedication
and about the Nature Coast Humblers
Volkssport Club, call Karl Seidman,
president, at 344-1531


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Dunnellon

Self-defense and rape
prevention workshop
Designed for women and
girls, a free self-defense and
rape prevention workshop will
be from 10 a.m. to noon
Saturday, Jan. 26, at Mission
Possible Ministries, 9921 N.
Deltona Blvd., Citrus Springs.
Martial arts Instructor Michael
Joiner from Sepulveda ATA
MartialAItsinDunnellonwill
teach basic self-defense moves,
To RSVP by Monday, call
(352) 489-3886.
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year In the (Irst five years of
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have been taught a migration
routebetweenWisconsinand
Florida. This is four times the
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and will raise his voice to get
his point across," the report
states.
"He also appears to be
abrupt in dealing with numer-
ous subordinates. Although
Chief Stover refutes that his
intent in raising his voice is to
intimidate or threaten anyone,
it is apparent that there are
perceptions to the contrary."
Employees said they feared
for their jobs and that Stover-
initiated changes in the work-
place have created an atmos-
phere of uncertainly.
"Of great concern is the issue


of rumors," the report states.
"The investigation revealed
an atmosphere ripe of rumor
and innuendo which is not con-
ducive for an effective and effi-
cient work environment."
The report suggested that a
meeting be conducted as soon
as possible for all employees to
air grievances "in an effort to
eliminate the atmosphere of
anxiety and concern.
It also suggested that Stover
be counseled on the county's
employee handbook and
receive management training.


diversity as a church and
school and have a greater
sense of how much we need
other churches and believers
to accomplish the healing
advance of our broken world."
McCray-Holly said that the
community worship service
isn't meant to be the cure-all
for racial separation, but the
starting point.
The real work will take place
as a result of events like the
picnic and other community-
wide opportunities where peo-
ple can meet and mingle and
get to know one another as fel-


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low members of one commdit
community.
"It's not a black thing; it's n8t
a white thing," she said. "It's a
community thing."
For information, call 746-
6200.


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autocratic; however, there is no
evidence that Chief Stover's
actions rose to a level of creat-
ing a legally impermissible
hostile work environment."
Stover was not available for
comment Friday.
The report said that Stover's
employees are afraid to
express their views.
"Chief Stover has admitted
that he is at times aggressive


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back to how it was," she said
concerning the tendency for
people to separate to their own
neighborhoods and churches,
often divisible racially.
"I don't know if the service
has impacted the community,"
Cortese said. "I believe it has
impacted us. Our passion for
racial reconciliation and for
the issues of justice has
increased. We have grown in


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music and the first automobiles
and airplanes. Her greatest
moment in her life was the day
she gave birth to her son, she
said.
Tebby has lived a full life and
shows no signs of slowing down.
She drives herself around the
county, remains healthy and
takes pride in not having to
take any medications.
"She stays up late and she
sleeps late," Armitage said.
"You would think she's maybe
70 years old, if that."
Tebby takes great pride in
the United States of America.
The Indiana native lived in 10
different states over her life-
time and has visited "every
state of the union except Maine
and Washington," she said.
She considers her work with
DAVA her greatest accomplish-
ment in life.
"Keep on helping the veter-
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today that it will host a Car and Truck Show as
an annual fundraiser for the organization. The
Boys & Girls Club of Citrus County makes a
difference in the community by giving young
people a safe place to lean and grow. This event
will enable us to continue to make a difference
for 2008. This inaugural event will take place
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, February 10th at
the Citrus County Fairgrounds. The Citrus
County Automotive Association will be invited to
display limited models of their new 2008 product
lines. Local car clubs will also be represented
with classic cars, antiques, muscle, street rods,
and Model A's. Special interest automotive
accessories will be available by several vendors
on hand. A donation/admission ticket at $3 each
will enable the ticket holder to participate in
hourly prize drawings and also allow them to
become the "Peoples Judge" for their favorite car
represented at the show. "Best of Show" will
represent the overalifavorite of this year's show.
The winner of the brand new 2008 Chevrolet
Colorado truck donated by Love Chevrolet will
be drawn at the end of the show. Tickets are now
available by community members or directly from
the Boys & Girls Club. Winner of the truck does
not need to be present. Remaining tickets not
sold prior to the event, will be sold up to one
hour before drawing. To register for this event as
a vendor or as an independent seller of a
personal automobile, call the Boys & Girls Club
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FORT PIERCE
Louis Cicalese, 91, died Fri-
day, Jan. 18, 2008, in Fort Pierce.
Mr Cicalese was born in
Queens, N.Y, and moved to Fort
Pierce four years ago from
Beverly Hills.
Prior to retirement, he was a
building inspector.
His wife, Anna Cicalese, pre-
ceded him in death.
Survivors include his sons,
Lou Cicalese and Joseph
Cicalese both of Fort Pierce;
and two brothers, Frank
Cicalese and Michael Cicalese.
Haisley Funeral Home, Fort
Pierce.

Larry Kelly, 66
LECANTO
Lawrence Gordon Kelly died
Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2008, at his
home in Lecanto.
He was born Sept 12, 1941, in
Toledo, Ohio, and lived most of
his early life in Birmingham,
Mich.
After graduating from Lake
Forest College, he went to wprk
for Trustmark Insurance Co. He
raised a loving family in Glen-
view, Ill., and enjoyed much of
his time with family at Walloon
Lake near Petoskey, Mich. He
retired to Lecanto in 2000.
Mr Kelly was an avid golfer
and fishing enthusiast and was
a longtime member of Petoskey
Bay View Country Club, the
Walloon Lake Association, and
Black Diamond Country Club.
He was preceded in death by
his parents, Lawrence and
Helen Kelly, and his sister Sally.
Survivors include his wife of
43 years, Pam; sons, Peter and
wife Kelly, and Jim and wife
Theresa; his grandson Preston;
brother, Tom Kelly and wife El-
len; and sisters, Cinder Weber
and husband Ed, and Kay Kelly.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Beverly Hills.

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INVERNESS
Mercedes (Baldassano) Lar-
sen, 88, Inverness, died Thurs-
day, Jan. 17, 2008, at Citrus Mem-
orial Health System, Inverness.
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Nov 11, 1919, in
Puerto Rico to :
Pedro Juan
Droz and Luz : t
Maria Tirado
and moved v
here in 1971 1
from Linden- "
hurst, N.Y Mercedes
She was a Larsen
seamstress.
She was Christian.

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She was preceded in death by
her first husband, Max Maldo-
nado; her second husband,
Howard Larsen; and her third
husband, Matthew (Marty) Bal-
dassano.
Survivors include two sons,
Raymond Maldonado and wife
Jeanette of Inverness and How-
ard Larsen and wife Melinda of
Merritt Island; daughter, Sylvia
Maldonado of Margate; brother,
Antonio Droz of New York City,
N.Y.; seven grandchildren; and
nine great-grandchildren.
Chas. E. Davis Flmeral Home
with Crematory, Inverness.

Linda Lenhart, 58
HOMOSASSA
.
Lmda Lenhart, 58, Hom-
osassa, died Wednesday, Jan. 9,
2008 at her home.
She was born Jan. 17, 1949, to
Ben and Dallas Simms. She
moved to Homosassa from
Alabama and was a retired
Certified Nursing Assistant
Survivors include five chil-
dren, Scott Mica of Piedmont,
Ala., Ronny Buttram of Santa
Rosa, Jack Pouge of Chipley,
Paul Mica and Dawayne Mica
both of North Carolina; and
seven grandchildren.
Private cremation arrange-
ments under the direction of
Brown Funeral Home and
Crematory, Lecanto.

Rolands
Lietapurs, 86
MORRISTON
Rolands Lietapurs, 86, Mor-
rison, died Thursday, Jan. 17,
2008, at Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Center in Crystal River
Born. Feb. 21, 1921, in
Aluksne, Latvia to Janis and
Auguste Lietapurs, he came to
this area 21 years ago from
Mount Clemons, Mich.
Mr Lietapurs was a retired
automotive painter for Checker
Motors in Kalamazoo, Mich.
He was a member of the
Latvian Community Lutheran
Church in Kalamazoo, Mich., a
member of the Latvian Relief of
America Inc., Philadelphia, Pa.,
and he enjoyed reading.
Survivors include his wife of
20 years, Robella Lietapurs of
Morriston; stepson, Arthur M.
Bills and wife Laurie, and
granddaughter, Amber Marlene
Bilhs, all of Clinton Township,
Mich.
Private cremation arrange-
ments under the direction of
Strickland Funeral Home,
Crystal River
Dianne
Tabone, 64,
CORTLAN D, N Y.
Dianne K. Tabone, 64,


Cortland, N.Y., and Inverness,
died Thursday, Jan. 17, 2008, at
the Hospice of Citrus County
Hospice House in Lecanto.
Mrs. Tabone was born Dec.
24, 1943, in Auburn, N.Y., to
Earl and Katherine (Kane)
Skillet and has been a winter
resident of Inverness for the
past two years, coming from
Cortland.
She was an orthodontic
assistant and she was Catholic.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 45 years, Rocco
Tabone; son, David Tabone and
wife Rose of Homer, N.Y.;
daughter, Carrie Reome and
husband John of Blodgett
Mills, N.Y.; sister, Beverly
Sweeping of Auburn, N.Y; six
grandchildren; and three
great-grandchildren.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral
Home with Crematory,
Inverness.

idellie
Trouesdale, 83
DUN NELLON
Nellie M. Trouesdale, 83,
Dunnellon, died Friday, Jan. 18,
2008, in Inverness.
Born Oct 15,
1924, in Cal-
houn, Ga., to
Deward Lee
Dean and Eller
Mae (Scales)
Dean, she came
to this area in
1981 from
Atlanta, Ga. Nellie
Mrs. Troues- Trouesdale
dale was a
frozen food and produce manag-
er for Big Apple Grocery Store
before retiring.
She enjoyed fishing and
bingo.
She was a member of the
Christian Church.
She was preceded in death by
her first husband, Edward
Rivers; and two sisters, Retha
Lynn Dean and Myrtle Swanson.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Robert E. Trouesdale of
Dunnellon; one son, Larry Lee
Grant and wife Laurie of Inver-
ness; two daughters, Phyllis D.
Lower of Hattiesburg, Miss.>
and Sharon K Stripling and
husband Murry of Mount
Pleasant, S.C.; 11grandchildren,
Deandra Hicks and husband
Clint, Larry Grant Jr. and wife
Susan, Richard Grant and wife
Chrissy, all of Inverness, John
Conn of Dalton, Ga., Gilbert
Barhum and Jerry Barhum and
wife Kim, all of Hattiesburg,
Miss., Will Gilette and wife Nan
of Tacoma, Wash., Jackie Griftin
and husband Perry of
Waynesboro, Va., Nathan Gunter
and wife Lacy of Carns, Miss.,
Shaina Ball and Jason Striphng,
both of Mount Pleasant, S.C.; 18


great-grandchildren; and four
great-great-grandchildren.
Hooper Flmeral Home,
Inverness.
Funeral NOTICES

Louis Cicalese. Visitation will
be from 9 to 10 a.m. Tuesday,
Jan. 22, 2008, with the service to
follow at 10 a.m. at Haisley
Funeral Home, 3015
Okeechobee Road, Fort Pierce.
Burial will follow at Fero
Memorial Gardens, Beverly
Hills. Memorial contributions
may be made to St. Mark's
Catholic Church, 1924 Zephyr
Ave., Fort Pierce, FL 34982.
Arrangements are under the
direction of Haisley Funeral &
Cremation Service. Aguestbook
may be signed at www.haisleyfu
neralhome.com.
Lawrence Gordon Kelly. A
celebration of the life of Larry
Kelly, age 66, of Lecanto, will be
at 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 2, 2008,
at the Beverly Hills Chapel of
Hooper Flmeral Homes, 5054 N.
Lecanto Highway, Beverly Hills.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that donations be made
in his honor to the Black
Diamond Foundation, 2600 W
Black Diamond Circle, Lecanto,
FL 34461, to benefit various
charities and organizations in
Citrus County.
Mercedes (Baldassano) Lar-
sen. Flmeral services will be
conducted at 2 p.m. Monday,
Jan. 21, 2008, from the Chas. E.
Davis Flmeral Home with the
Rev. Kevin Ballard of the
Vineyard Christian Fellowship
Church officiating. Burial will
follow at the Oak Ridge Cem-
etery, Inverness. Friends may
call from 1p.m. until the hour of
service Monday at the funeral
home. In lieu of flowers, memo-
rials are suggested to the
American Heart Association.
Nellie M. Trouesdale. The
service of remembrance for
Mrs. Nellie M. Trouesdale, age
83, of Dunnellon, will be con-
ducted at 11 a.m. Monday, Jan.
21, 2008, at the Inverness Chapel
of Hooper F\lneral Homes with
the Rev Larry Powers officiat-
ing. Friends may call from 2
until 4 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 20, at
the Inverness Chapel. Those
who wish may send memorial
donations to Hospice of Citrus
County, 2(1 Box 641270, Beverly
Hills, FL 34464.


Wheeler
Bearden, 85
CR Y S TA L RIVER
Wheeler Monroe Bearden,
85, Crystal River; died Thurs-
day, Jan. 17, 2008, at Cypress
Cove Care Center in Crystal
Riven
Born Aug.
25 1922 in
Madison, Ga.,
to Isaac and
Martha Jane
Bearden, he came to this area
20 years ago from Macon, Ga.
Mr. Bearden was the retired
owner and operator of three
Shake Pizza franchises in
Macon and Warner Robins, Ga.
He was a U.S. Marine Corps
World War II veteran.
He was an avid golfer, a past
member of Seven Rivers Golf
and Country Club, a motorcy-
cle enthusiast and enjoyed
traveling
He was Methodist
His first wife, Tennie
Bearden, preceded him in
death in 2002.
Survivors include his wife,
Betty Jo Bearden of Americus,
Ga.; daughter, Cynthia Hayslip
and husband Bobby of Crystal
River; and two grandsons,
Brian Grady ofMacon, Ga., and
Andrew Hayslip of St. George,
Utah.
Private cremation arrange-
ments under the direction of
Strickland Funeral Home,
Crystal River,
Arlene
Calbetzor, 99
HERNANDO
Arlene Frances Calbetzor, 99,
Hernando, died Wednesday,
Jan. 16, 2008, at Barrington
Place in Lecanto.
She was born Oct. 12, 1908, in
Wateryliet, Mich., to the late
Itank and Jennie Hastings and
came to this area in 1973 from
Michigan.
Ms. Calbetzor was an ele-
mentary school teacher in a
one-room schoolhouse known
as Janght Elementary School,
in Michigan-
She was a member of Order
of the Eastern Star Chapter 65
of Inverness and the Audubon
Society
She loved sewing, crafts, RV
camping, hunting and fishing.
She and her husband were
both rock hounds.
She was preceded in death
by her son, Ronald Calbetzor,
and three brothers.
Survivors include her daugh-
ter, Esther M. Michener of
South Carolina; daughter-in-
law, Margie Calbetzor of Las
Vegas, Nev.; grandson, Joe
Michener and wife Shirley of
South Carolina; and many
grandchildren and great-
grandchildren. She will be
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ource: The Associated Press. Sales figures are unofficial.


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HunYeterda Pvs.8 Day.
Audstaia 100.139 100.135
Bsrazl 1.7810 1.7675
Brain 10.955 10.971
Coranad 1.0282 1.099
Chayina 7.2470 7.2753

Hungary 175.87 174.406
Indisan 396.225 39.228
Indnsia 10000.00 1000.00
Jinapan 10.678 10.006
Jo Ardan .7087 .70691
Malaysiea 3.2710 34.276
Mwtexico 1.09150 1.0.936
Pakistan 3 2.22 62.27


Slvakzep 234.11 224.98

SollrKn oreag 942ec.51 951


Switzerindda 1.099 11003
Taiwan Rt 3.23 32.28





Pedrimeun Rate 7.25 7.25

Treasuries
3-month 2.79 3.03

5-er 2.84 3.06 1
10-year 3.64 3.80
30-year 4.29 4.25



FUTURES
Exch Contract Settle Chg
LtSweetCrude NYMX Mar08 89.92 +.35
Corn CBOT Mar 08 498'/4 -33/4
Wheat CBOT Mar08 962'/2 +22'
Soybeans CBOT Mja;r08 1264 -7
Cattle CME Apr08 94.25 +.43
Pork Bellies CME Fe08 84.20 .
Sugar(world) NYBT Mar08 11.99 -46"
riingeJuiice NYB~~a05TMa08136,05 -1.2


MOST ATIV ($1 OR MORE)
Name Vlas (00 LstChg


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MOST ACTIVE ($1 on mone)
Name Vol (00) Last Chg
PwShsOOO2441420 4535 -06
Intel 1406897 19 00 -33
Microsoit 1115233 3301 10

p Inc 1 1 +

GAINERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Chg
OptlBkHid 900 +2.45 >37.4
PerFood 31 83 +7.64 +31.6
FFdBk IA 15 50 +3.45 +28.6
Mod-Pac 7 99 +1.62 +25.4
GeoPharm 3.17 +.63 +24.8

LOSERS ($2 OB MORE)
Name Last Chg %Chg
ConvOwtA 2.32 -.92 -28.4
Answers 3.96 -1.20 -23.3
BeasleyB 4.17 -1.00 -19.3
SecNtl if 3.79 -.83 -18.0
ZymoGen 10.89 -2.16 -16.6

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MOST AcTIVE ($1 oR MORE)
Name Vol (00) Last Chg
SpnntNex 2290331 8.70 -287
Citigrp 1810472 24.45 -.51
GenElec 910503 34.31 +1.10
WAMuti C 1 5 +1.


GAINERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Chg
AlliData 61.93 +9.11 +172
CSKAuto 4.60 +.56 +13.9
LaBmch 5.08 +.62 +13.9
Navios wt 4.85 +.56 +13 1
AMD 7.07 +.73 +11.5

LOSERS ($2 oR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Chg
SpnntNex 8.70 -2.87 -24.8
UndrArmr 28.01 -9.05 -24.4
AMCOL 25.14 -5.87 -18.9
FremontGn 3.16 -.46 -12.7
IcahnEnt 104.85 -14.50 -12.1

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1.26 Vectren 27.06 -.80
1.90 Ven1as 39.97 -1.65
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112 VenzonCm 39.09 -1
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.561 Wachovia d30 -1 55d


.38 Walgm 33.71 +.37.1
.20 Wallednds 32.74 -1.117
60m WA Mull 13.55 +1.0?
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60 YumBrdss 33.39 -.08
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Gold(troyoz.,spot) $880.80 $896.10
Silver(t oz., ot) $16.138 $1ts.2/3
Copper( un $322
NMER-NowYorkMorcantileExchange.CBOT=Chicago
Board of Trade. CMER = Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
NCSE=NewYorkCottonSugar&CocoaExchange.
NCTN = Now York Cotton Exchange.


VCAAnt 4121 -27
ValVisA SA0 -.21
ValueClick 1941 +03
Varian 61.49-6.45
VarianSms34.20+2.64
VascoDia 17.51 -16
Veecolnst 12.40 -11
Vensign 3354+110
VertxPh 2283 -69
16 VirgnMdah 1388 +33
ViroPhma 909 -17
VistaPri d2816 -94
Vivus 599 +08
... Volcom 17.01+1.32
Warnaco 32 26 -.53
WamerChil lZ45 -29
... WarrenRS 1238 -.22
84 WashFed 1905 -.07
Websense 1645 -A3
20 WernerEnt 1672 +.52
1 36 WAm8cp 40 99 93
WeISeal 236 -02
1.16 WhitneyH d2148 -.21
801 WholoFd 3508 -18
WindRvt 8.68 +.53
600e Wynn 101,43+4.54
vuent 11.17 +,95
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48 Xilinx 21.53+2.39
XtnhuaFn d446 -a
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ZetrT d2877 -23
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AT&T inc 1.60 4.4 19 36.11 -1.19 -13.1
BkofAm 2.56 7.1 8 35.97 -.94 -12.8
CapCtyBk .74 2.8 16 26.78 +.37 -5 1
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GenElec 1.24 3.6 16 34.31 +1.10 -7.4
GnMotr 1.00 4.3 ... 23.52 +.68 -5.5
HomeDp .90 3.4 11 26.28 +.03 -2.4
Intel .51 2.7 16 19.00 -.33 -28.7
IBM 1.60 1.5 14 103.40 +2.30 -4.3
Lowes .32 1.4 11 22.19 +.40 -1.9
McDnlds 1.50 2.9 27 52.40 +.42 -11.1
Microsoft .44 1.3 22 33.01 -.10 -7.3


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Motorola .20 1.5 42 13.33 -.08 -16.9
Penney .80 2.0 8 40.93 +1.91 -7.0
ProgrssEn2.46 5.4 18 45.92 -.30 -5.2
RegionsFn1.52 7.9 9 19.19 -.38 -18.9


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Wachovia 2.56
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New Highs
New Lows
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2.92 Sun-rst 58.28-1.11
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... Immersn 861 -36
... Immucor 30.28 -24
Incyte 1139 -.59
IndevusPh 6.72 +05
Infineran 9.24 +.43
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31e InfosysT 3802 -.64
... InnerWkgs 1429 +18
Insmedh 68 -.04
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.12 insteel d7.98 -.16
InigDv 816 -.14
511 Intel 19.00 -.33
Intact8rkn 31.33 -.12
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.08 Intriace 14.30 -.53
.. InterMune 18.12-1.23
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10f IntlSpdw d39.21 -95
40 Intersil 22.27 +51
... Interwynh 13.30 -12
... Intuit 30.59 +07
IntSurg 262.07 +73
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Isis 1518 -.70
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JDSUniph d
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JosphBnk d21.00 -93
60 JoyGlbl 55.05+147
60 KLATnc 43.73 +1.16
Kendle 4808 -1.45
KeryxBio d6.88 -.47
KnghlCap 1553 +53
Kon 480 -40
Kull k 5 Tl + 01
.72 LCAVis 613.92-1.26
LKQ s 20.88+1.38
.60f LSIIn 12.04 +.17
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3 25e LamarAdv 41.58 -.52
15 Landstar 40.47 -.
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1 GCap 78 -27 1.17 r al
MGlPhr 4090 -0
MKSlnst 1687 +05 PCMall 8.41 +1.01
MRVCm 6180 -08 PDLBio 15.48 -.34
60 MTS 3828 -06
Macivsn 1696 +08 ChSng 2 -13
Magma 1218 +18 PSSWrld 1950 -.20
MannKd dr30 -.18 72a Paccars 4447+122
Mariek 30.91 -2.19 43
MalvellT d10.74 +21 60 Pacerlntl 1478 +04
MatnaH 30,07 +21 88 c B di +06
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... MaxwilT 7.97 -.44 900e Palmlncs d5.19 -21
Medarex 61001 -03 PanAS!v 36.30+1.44
Mediacm 4.6B -02 ... PaneraBrd 33.96 +45
MedicActs 18.30 +02 PapaJohns 2226 +35
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... MedisTech 9.33 +.01 ... ParamTch dl483 -14
... MelcoPBL 9.52 -.46 Parexelh 5192-130
.. Mellanoxndl2.92 -.96 ... Parkrysn 1067 -33
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... MercadoLn 47.05 +1.64 ... Patterson 3395 +05
56 Methane 22.20 +.31 48 PattUTI dl862 -14
12 Micrel 5.73 -02 120 Paychex 3321 +18
124( Microchp 28.49 +34 PnnNGm 55.39+2.19
... MicrosSys 57.06-126 53 PeoptJtdF 15.41 +.16
... MicroSemi 1974 +30 PerfectWn 22.63+1.38
44 Microsoft 33,01 -10 ... PerFood 31.83 +7.64
... Micivisn 2.54 -02 .18 Pemgo 32.62 -1.34
... MllPhar 15.90 -.16 PetroDev 55.98 -.28
.35 MillerHer 2766 -.11 .12 PetsMart 21.58 +.48
Millicomh 94.57 +15 40f PharmPdi 4141 -28
Mindspeed d.86 -.04 ... Pharmlon 6784 -14
Misonix 4.28 +.09 ... PhilCons 3425 -63
45 Molex d2286 -.31 ... Plexus 1921 +.37
... MonstrWwd2734 -.39 Polycom 2223 +.08
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05e NetServic 1166 +35 130f PrvBksh d15.62 +.01
NetLogic 2320 PsychSol 32.69 -.70
Notease 1811 -10 OlAGEN 20.50 -.94
Nettlix 2185 +08 QLT 390 -.36
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64e Nissan dl866 -11 QuanFuelh 42
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.731 Nordson 44.94 +.15 124 OuintMari 1565 +.60
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1.12( NorTrst 69.21 -229 Rambus 15.85 +.09
NstarNeuro 8.36 -.15 10e ..1,1.1 4204+116
NvilWris 15.02 +23 ,11 1 d5A0 -15
Novell 6 40 +.27 ... Red Robin 29 43 +.90
Novius 25.02 +43 Regenm 2460 +27
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NuanceCm 15.02 028
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07 Schnitzer 4939 +146
20a Sc astc -102
ScielePh 2274 -21
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Shanda 2718 +127
ShengdaTn 6
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ShufiMstr d815 -19
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SpansionA 3.03 +.08
11a Spa:1Mots 169 -09

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25 SteinMr1 4.33 -.05
StemCells d1.22 -.02
Stereotaxis d7.49 -.98
Stncycles 6035 +1.92
21 StertBcsh d910 -22
.381 StrlF WA dl2 80 07
.10 StewEnt il2 -.25
Stratasyss19.96-1.17
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SuperGen 352 +02
104 SusqBnc 1620 -18
Syran 10 d 351 0
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Synoptics 3013 12
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4.M AMIaSH d 8.21 +17
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.. ASeMLek 25.97 +.34
.. ASrlnc 17.79 -.07
.4 ATMllsnc d26.49 +.06
... ATPO&G 41.45 -5.0
SAmoTSIe 1.95 -,.01
.AVIlio d3.1.37 02
.4 Abaogs 35.79 -1.26
.. Acualyni 16.42 -.032
.20p Acegyo~ 1858 53 1
.241 Acxomee d9.38 t.37
SAaptec~r d3.02 -.09
2.0 Adollorp d4.25+2 .4
.36 Adtalne 191.3 47-05
.2 Advgldal 11.09 .16


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Aukxiuesk 4dN +. 1.16 Rep d -.
Avanex .96 -07 CitnxSys 3369 +.82
AvidTch 24.80 +.29 CleanH 5366 -.67
AvoctCp 14,98 -.29 ... Clearwiren 1246 -.45
Aware d4.00 +.03 ... Cogent dl7.98-1.73
AxcanPh 22.59 -.02 ... Cogent d919 -.08
Axcells 4.04 -.08 CogTechs 26.00-1.08|
BEAero 37.82 +.21 ... Cognosg 57.63 +.071
BEASyst 18.40 -05 ... Colnstar 26,05 -.30
81drsEmg 49.00 +1,14 ... ColdwtrCrk d3.84 +.04
Saidu.com 273.04 +805 ... ColumLab 2.09 ...
BankMutl 10.71 +.25 .64f ColSpriw 36.09 -1.11
BnkUtd d3.33 -.26 .. Colmbus 23.20 +.49
Bankrate 41.99+1.57 1.00e Comarco 5.49 -.14 |
BareEscentl9.96-1.10 ... Comcasts 1703 -38
BeaconPw 1.09 -.11 ... Comesps 16.90 -.45
BeacnRfg 7.49 +.12 1.00b CmcBMO d3926 +02
BeasleyB 4.17 -1.00 ... CompCrd d799 -.11
BebeStrs 959 -.19 ... Compuwre d6.66 +.02
BedBath 27.05 +.19 ... ComtchGr 1012 +.01
Biogenldc 59.91 -1.14 ... ConcurTch 29.43 +.80
BloMann 37.81 -49 ... ConcCmh .68 -06
Siopurersh .49 -.01 ... Conexant .65 -.03
Blkboard 31.96 -2.13 ... Comedy d21.59 -1.41
BlueCoats 24.58 -.63 .34t ConvOrgn 8.89-.80
BlueNile 5095+1.94 ... Copart 39.41 +10
BobEvn d24.49 -.69 ... CorinthCd10.89 -.70
BonTon 5.04 -.40 100a CorusBksh 9.56 ...
Bookham 219 -.31 .58 Costco 64.53 +.23
BostPrv d1841 -.42 ... CredSys 1.36 -.03
BrigExp 655 -.27 ... Creelnc 25.78 -.53
Brightpnt 1214 +.17 Crocss 2989 +.06
Broadcom 2350 +.40 Ctrip.coms48.38+1.38
BrcdeCm 6.43 +.25 .. CublstPh 20.85 -1.16
BrkIneB d9.06 -.46 ... Cuns 1.51 --09
BrooksAuto11.39 +.25 ... CybrSrce 13.23 ...
BrukBlo 11.79 +.19 .. Cymer 3319 +.55
Bucyrus 75.59 +1.75 ... Cyrtosure 24.00 -1.49
BusnObj 61.39 -.01 .. CyprsBio 999 -05
CBRLGrp 24.65 -.04 CytRx 209 -14
CDCCpA 3.82 -.13 Cytogenh 49 -03
CHRobins 48.56+1.19
rs 11. 071 Daktronics dl944 -54

CSGSys 13.00 +16 DataDomn 2203 +.26
CVThera 8.65 -52 DaySlar 381 -.15
CVBFnct 9.06 .. DealrTrk 2822-1.58
Cadence dl4.89 +07 ... DeckOut 12215 +286
Cal-Malne 23.97+127 ... Delllnc 21.08 +22
CalPizzas 9.95 +39 ... DItaPtr 19.50 -22
CdnSolar 1780 +41 ... Dndreon 6.43 +04
CapCtyBk 26.78 +37 Dennys 3.03 +02
CpstnTrb 1.41 -03 .181 Dentsply 4489 -47
Cardlomg 7.64 -.11 Depomed 3.82 -21
CareerEd 19.94 -.01 .35f DiamMgmt d5.04 -.40
CarverBcp 14.16 -34 ... DigRiver 3535 +.34
Cases 27 00 4 03 Diodes s 24.10 -.18
CathayGend22.61 -.39 ... DirecTV dl9.67 +.03
Cbeyond 30.89+145 DiscHoldA 23.36-116
Celgene 54.75 -87 DiscyLabs 212 -05
CellGens 2.03 -07 DistEnSyh .63 +05
CentlCom d5,64 -55 DivX 1389 -27
CentEuro 51.97 +2 87 DI1rTree 23 50 + 41
ConGardns 443 -13 DressBarn 1057 -13
CnGardAnd3.99 -19 .80 OryShips 56.49+4.31
CentA) 43.21 -.20 .15 DynMail 45.82 +212
Cephin 70.21 -1.04 Dynavax 5.56 -05
Cepheid 30.31 -.21 ... ETrade 2.84 -10
Ceradyne 44.50 -02 ... eBay d28.33 +21
CeragonN 957 -20 eResrch 10.50 -11
Corner 52.71 +.76 ... ev31nc d9.46 -.53
CharlRsse 14.61 +.05 ... EZEM 2052 -.12
ChrmSh 500 +06 2.00 EagleBulk 2000 484
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ChkPoint d2090 -27 ... EchelonC 14.28 -.97
Cheesecakel881 -.07 EchoStar d27.95 -20
Pa d66 8 S1arn976 20

ChinaSunn 972 +34 ElectSci dl7.82 +10
ChrchllD 48.38 -.74 Eletrgis 1 40 +02
ClenaCorp 26.52 +.15 ElectArts 49.42-118
CinnFin d35 10 71 EFll 12 96 02
Clntas d31.63 +.21 Emcore 1064 +09


EmpireRst 107 +09
Encys ePh25
EngyCony 2379 -82
Entegns 715 -09
EnzonPhar 916 -.16
EpicorSit d1036 +.03
Equinix d7433 -2.17
74e EricsnTI 2328 -.56
EvrgrS1r 1182 -27
.. Exar 7.77 +.41
.. Exelixls 7.51 -.50
Expedia 23.52 +53
28 Expdlnd 43.51 +1.90
.. ExpScrips 69.20-135
.. ExtrmNet 312
.. F5Netwks 2043 +37
.. FCStones 4676 -71
... FEICo 2130 -35
FLlRSyss 3134 +48
... FalconStor 847 +18
46f Fastenal d3361 +.48
FiberTowr dl86 -.09
1161 FlithThird 22.60 -.49
... Finisar 1.56 -.12
... FinUne 1.75 +.05
.78 FatCharter24.57+1.20
1.241 FMidBc d25.30 -.46
.56 FslNlagarad10.05 -.39
... FstSolar 175.88+8.68
116 FstMerit dl7.12 -.40
... Fiserv 49.39 -.11
... Flextrn d914 -.16
... FocusMda 47.82 +2.25
... ForcePro d3.55 -.14
... FormFac 26.62 +.40
... Fossil!nc 30.24 -.83
... FosterWh 129.94+1.36
... FoundryN 13.51 -.25
.08 FredsInc 7.95 -.02
.70f FrontFncl 14.95 -.79
.. FueiTech dl6.46 -1.04
FuelCell 819 -.29
.60 FultonFncl 1007 -04

... GRGrp 79.24 +5.58
... GTCBio d.81 +.01
151 Garmin 62.99-1.16
... Gemstar 4.61 -.03
... GenProbe 57.88-1.42
... GenBiotc 1.42 +.02
... GenesMcr 8.65 +.03
.42 Gentex dl4.84 -64
... GenVec 1.61 -.09
... Enzyme 76.83 -4.30
... GeoEye 2805 +.85
GeronCp d495 -03
GigaMed 15 80 + 37
... GileadScis 46.17-1.06
52 GlacierBc d15.54 -.42
GlobCrsg 2195 -95
Globilnd 18.51 +29
.. GolarLNG 18A3 +.62 ,
GoldTlcm 102.53 + 91 .
Google 600.25 -.54 I
GreenMts 39.43 -.57
Gymbree 3118 -.26
... HLTH d11.72 -.21
100 HMNFn 2181 -.41
HMSHId 35.16 -.61
24 HanmiFncl d6.90 -20
HansenMed 2152 -53
HansenNat4097 +82
Harmonic 880 -01 I
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08a HrtindEx 1472 +.41
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20p HimaxTch 518 +08
HokuSci 9AD 27
Hologic 64.18-120
HotTopic 4 32 + 24
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MukiCGrA 909 -.01 -9.5
SelEqty r 19.17 -.08 -8 0 inBosA 5 98 -.02 -4.0
AIM I estmuts B: -11 5 LgCpVal 2037 -.13 -79
ACM Investor Cl:
Energy 39.73 -.03 -72 TradGvA 738 +01 +18
SummitP p 13.49 ... -7.8 Eaton Vance Cl B:
Udlities 1&68 -.31 -5.9 FLMBI 10.74 +.01 +1 3
A 06 -6.1 1 t .69 -.13 4
Retinc 949 ... +0.8 Eaton Vance c) c.
Alger Funds B: GovtCp 7.37 +17
SmCapGrtS93 -.03-11.5 NatlMCt 11.24 +11
A a8n pMrSN -.OB -5.0 Eve greenlA:36 +02 -24
GibTchAp67.11 +.30-11.4 Evergreen c:
IntlValA p 20,09 03 -6.7 AstAllC t 13.93 + 02 -2 4 -
SmCpGrA 26.43 11-129 Evergreen 1:
I Be&4A 04 -67 CorBdi 1043 -04 +09
LgCpGrAd 21.65 +03 -95 ES e or F ds:+01 +1 2
AIllanceBern B: Energy 2254 +08 -7 4
rpBdB p 11.79-.03 +0 6 HIYield p 4 23 -02 -10
Tch FVB d4929 -01-11.0
(Bt 21.80 -.10-13.0 Focus 49.12 +.19 4.2
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PJDvVi t 14.89 -.16 --8.9 Federated A:
Al lanz Funds C: MkiGrStA 34.63 -10.4
G rowthC t 22.79 -.12 -7.6 KaufmA p 5.69 -.02 -6.6
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AnerBeaconinsti: Federatedinstl:
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IricGron 26.13 -.13 46 Gndnn 5
3 In rn +. IntBdi n 10 81 -01 +1.7
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Ultra n 22.30 -.05 -9.0 DynCATp l7.51 -.03 4
Valuelnvn 5.69 -.04 -7.7 EqGrTp 57.47 -.09 -85
Vista n 18.32 +.03-12.8 EqlnT 25.95 -.25 -9
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IncoB t 18.09 -.10 -5.1 Cpinc rn 8.32 -3.4
ICAB t 30.24 -.21 -6.6 ChinaRg n27.62 +.58 -7.1
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1CntryAti4.59+.02-10.3 TotalBdn10.44 -.01 +1.6
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olumbla Class Z: USBI n 11.03 -.02 +1.8
mZ 25.99 -.15-10.9 Utilityn 18.63 -.50 -8.6
IntZ38.46 +.24 -8.7 VMStra t n24.85 -.10-12.1
qZ 15.71 +.06 -7.1 Vdue n 65.72 -.34-11.4
rC r +. 4.9 Wdridw n 19 03 +.06 -8.1
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SCorEq2 n10.39-.07 -9.7 Brokr n 56.80 22-13.2
S Scudder CI A: Chem n 73.76 +.89 -8.9
mmA p 20.03 -.22-12.1 ComEquip n19.09-.04-13.0
rHiRA 42.26 -.34 -8.3 Comp n 40.91 +.35-13.8
S Scudder CI S: ConDis n 18.94 ...-10.0
rPIsIncl2.71 -.01 +1.4 ConStapn62.33 -.38 -5.6
MIdn 12.03 -.04 -0.2 CstHon 30.04 +.24 --9.8
MkGr r 21.91 +.19 -5.6 DiAer n 78.86 +.15-10.6
uroEq 32.46 -.17 -7.1 Electrn 37.31 +40-16.4
lbBdS r 10.28 ... +3.0 Enrgy n 57.71 +.37 -9.8
IbOpp38.11+.11-8.4 EngSyn86.37-.95-9.9
IThem 25.76 -.01 -8.2 Envir n 17.28 -.07 -8.1
old&Prc 2124 +.03+14.7 FinSv n 83.90 -1.67-11.8
rolncS 16.43 -.05 -7.9 Gold rn 41.46 -.18+13.1
iYidTx 12.96 ... +2.3 Health n l21.99 -1.74 -2.2
TxAMT11.31 +.01 +2.1 HomFn 24.57 -.52-12.0
tl FdS 62.79 +.39 -7.4 insur n 55.01 -1.69-11.7
CoGro 27.81 -.01 -16 Leisr n 68.36 +.28-10.9
tAmrEq 62.55 +.69 4.7 Material n 51.30 +.67 -9.3
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YVenY 36.39 -.14 -8.7 Softwr n 70.77 +.03 -9.7
WenC34.71 -.13 -8.8 Techn 67.49 +.63-14.8
aware Invest A: Telcm n 43.96 -1.58-13.5
rendAp 15.07 -.16-14.2 Transn 41.60 +.23 -9.4
xUSAp 11.43 -.01 +1.8 UtilGrn 59.45 -.87 -7.8
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DelchB 3.12 -.01 -2.3 FIdelIty Spartan:
[GrB t 23.70 -.13 -9.0 Eqidxinv 048.88 -.29 -8.7
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mMktV 40.95 +.14 -4.1 Intilnxlnvn43.08 +.19 -6.3
tSmVanl7.56 +.06 -7.3 TotMktInvn36.77-.24 -9.0
SLgCon38.86 -.24 -8.7 FidelitySpartAdv:
LgVa n20.65 -.22 -9.7 EqldxAd n46.88 29 -8.7
Micronil.88 -.15-10.6 500Ad rn 91.52 -.56 -8.7
SmdI nl7.03 -.20-10.9 TotMktAd rn36.TI-.24 -9.0
S SmVa 21.05 -.19-10.6 First Eagle:


IISmCon16.82 +.07 -7.7 GiblA 42.54 -.17 -3.4
mgMktn30.83 +.17 -4.7 OverseasA21.98-.09 -3.0
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lb5Fxincn10.75 ... 40.5 GloblAp 6.96 +.02 -7.6
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MktwV15.13 -.19-10.3 GrolnAp 14.01 -.05-10.5
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GNMA 9.78 ..,+1.7
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IncStk 13.46 -.12 -8.7
Inco 12.31 -.01 +1.9
Intl 25.38 +.11 -5.3
NYBd 11.82 -.01 +1.9
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VA Bd 11.37 -.01 +2.0
W Gr 18.68 ... -6.4
MdCpldx 20.38 -.08-10.6
Stkidx 32.53 -.19 -8.7
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LrgCon 19.55 -.10 -7.8
Van Kamp Funds A*
CATFA p 18.00 -.05 +1.7
CmstAp 16.11 -.18 -7.8
CpBdA p 6,63 -.01 +1.4
EqincA p 8.44 -.05 -4.0
Exch 447.37 -1.52 -9.9
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HarbAp15,44-,07-4.0
HiYIdA 10.15 -,02 -1.5
HYMuA p 10.61 ... +1.7
InTFAp 17.70 -.01 +1.8
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CAITAdmn11.09-01 +1.9
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Prmcp rn 66.12 +.01 -6.3
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TgtRe2035 n13.34-.05 -7.4
USGro n 17.74 -.07 -9.1
USValuen11.45 -.08 -8.7
Wellsly n 21.34 -.09 -1.7
Welltn n 31.01 -.13 -4.0
Wndstn 14.27 -.12 -8.2
Wndsil n 28.38 -.27 -8.9
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500 n 122.07 -,74 -8.7
Balanced n20.82 -.07 -4.6
DevMkt n 12.36 +.04 -6.3
EMkin 30.10 +.36 -6.0
Europen 35.90 -.12 -7.0
Extend n 35.14 -.22-10.5
Growth n 29,80 -.04 -8.9
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Tolllntl n 18.10 +.08 6.3
TotStkn 31.79 -.19 -9.0
Value n 23.52 -.24 -8.6
9 Vanguard InstI Fds:
4 Ballnst n 20.82 -.08 -4.6
DvMktinst ni2.26+.04 -6.3
0 Eurolnsin35.94 -.12 -7.0
1 Extinn 35.17 -.21-10.5
Grwthlstn29.81 -.03 -8.9
1 Instidxnl21.16 -.74 -8.7
7 InsPI n 121.17 -.73 -8.7
4 TotlBdidx n51.93 -.04 +2.1
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7 MidCplst nl8.26 -.01-10.7
6 SClnst n 28.60 -.25-11.2
TBlstn 10.31 -.01 +2.1
2 TSlnst n 31.79 -.20 -9.0
4 Valuelstn23.52 -.24 -8.6
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500SgIn100.84 -.61 4.7
0 TotBdSgin10.31 -.01 +2.1
3 TotStkSgin30.68-.19 -9.0
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COTFA p 11.99 -.01 +1.5
CTTFA p 11.04 -.01 +1.6
CvtScAp14.33 -.06 -5.4
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DynTchA 28.41 -02 -9.5
EqincA p 17.73 06 -8 7
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IncomAp 246 -.02 -42
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LATF Ap 11 54 -.01 +1.5
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MDTFAp11.64 -.02 +1.9
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MOTFA p 12.25 -.01 +1.6
NJTFA p 12.17 -.01 +1.8
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GEMW Ms 1 89+24 -6.3
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HollBalFd ni5.54 -.03 -5.2
HussmnStrGr 15.34+.08-1.9
ICON Fds:
Energy 29.07 +.07 --9.9
Hithcare 16.01 -.20 40.3
181 Funds: 7.71 ... +1.7
Ivy Funds:
htSCtp2 41 .
GINatRsA p 34.57+.18 -7.1
JPMorgan A Class:
MCpVal p 21.76 -.13 -9.5
JPMorgan Sel Cis:
IntrdAmer n24.51 -.08 -9.2
Janus:
Balanced 24.39 +.04 -2.8
Contrarian l8.33 +.03 -3.4
Enterpr 50.78 -.05 -9.9
FedTE 6.31 -.01 -0.5
FbcBnd 9.72 ...+1.9
Fund 29.30 +.15 -6.9
FundaEq 23.53 +.10 -9.2
GI UieSci 23.58 -.22 -1.0
GITech r 13.44 +.03-11.6
GrInc 32.58 +.07 -9.0
MdCpVM 20.70 -.10 -6.3
Orion 11.39 +.02 -9.3
Overseas r 48.85 +.23 -5.8
Research27.71 -.01 -9.0
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Forty 36.97 +.18 -7.4
JennisonDryden A:
BlendA 16.94 -.11 -9.0
HiYIdA p 5.36 -,01 -2.1
InsuredA 10.75 -.02 +1.8
UtiMyA 12.88 -.09 -7.0
JennisonDryden B:
GrowthB 14.84 -.02 -8.5
HiYIdB t 5.35 -.01 -2.3
insuredB 10.77 -.02 +1.7
JohnHancockA:
BondAp 14.88 -.01 +1.2
ClassicVIpl9.48-.33 --&8
RgBkA 18.87 -,17-11.8
StrinA p 6.50 ... 40.9
John Hancock B.
StrIncB 6.50 ... 40.9
John Hancock CI 1:
LSAggr 13.62 -.03 -8.3
LSBalanc 13.60 -.02 -4.8
LSGrwth 13.78 -.03 -6.
JuliusBaerFunds:
IntlEqir 40.71 +.04 -5.
IntlEqA 39.75 +.03 -5.
intEqilir 15.64 +.02 -5.
Keeley Funds:
SmCpValA p 23.08-.13
1KTetics Funds:
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rhlas st.89-12
Legg Mason Ptts A:
AgGrAp107.10-1.29-6.
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HlincA t 6.19 -.01 -3.
InAICGA p 10 18 4 04 4


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MgMuApl5.77+.01+1.6
Legg Mason Ptrs B;
CaplncB t 14.57 -.07 -6.9
LgCpGB t 20.96 -.15 -8.6
LongleatPartners:
Partners 29.15 -.19-12.5
Inti 18.01 +.11 -7.5
SmCap 24.12 27-11.0
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Lord Abbett A:
AtilA p 12.77 -.06 -7 4
BdDebA p 7.66 -.01 -2 4
MidCpApl6.55 -.19 -96
g-SAFund1s9A30 -.10 -7 5
MIGA 13.97 -.02 -7.3
HiinA 3.57 ... -2.1
[ntNwDA 21.64 +.12 -8.6
MFl.A 9.98 ... +1.7
TotRA 14.44 -.07 -4.5
UtilA 17.84 -.15 -6.1
ValueA 24.07 -.20 4.2
MFS Funds B:
MIGB n 12.64 -.02 -7.4
GvScB n 9.79 ... +2 2
HilnBn 3.58 ...-24
MulnB n 8.54 -.01 +1 7
TotRB n 14.43 -.07 -4 5
MFSFundsinstl:
IntlEq n 18. +.08 -5 3
MalnStayFunds A:
HiYIdBA 6.05 -02 -21
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HYIdBB t 6 02 01 -2 0
IntiEqB 1347 +.01 -46
SmCGBpi312 -.04-116
TotRtB t 16 21 -.01 -5 1


Focus 1782 +.13 -9.4
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Indiar 22.62 -.43 -2.0
PacLger 25.47 +.35 -5.6
Metro West Fds:
TotRetBd 9.99 +.01 +2.1
M daa d5 7 ... +4 0
MonettaFunds:
MMo n to yA:...-104


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EmMktI n 30 64 +.38 -4 8
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MunderFundsA:
ntemtA 20e58 -.03-129
BeacnZ 14 62 -.08 -5 8
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SharesZ 23 31 16 -6 7
Neuberger&Berm Iny:
GenesInst 42.96 27 -6.9
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Neuberger&BermTr:
Genesis 44.88 -.28 49
N holasGrou9p:-.01 -2.8

N ernF n s:-.07 -9.9
SmCpldx 8.40 -.09-10.9
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Tc&ComZ14.88 -03-107
OApMpn ImerA:-01 +23
AMTFrn .75 +2 5


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OppenheImer B:
AMTFMu 9.10 -.01 +2.1
AMTFrNY 12.75 -.02 +2.4
cBntcB1t 595 -
EquityB 8 65 -04 -9.6
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OppenheImer Roch:
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ROMu Ap 17.99 -.02 +2.1
RcNtMuA 11.08 -.01 +1.8
PIMCOAdminPIMS:
TotRtAd 10.95 ... +3.2
PIMCO lnsti PIMS:
AllAsset 12.68 -.01 +0.7
ComodRR 17.04 +.04 +7.5
DevLcMkr10.56-.01+1.3
FitInc r 9.60 -.02 -1.8
HiYId 9.41 -.02 -0.6
LowDu 10.25 +.02 +2.1
RealRinI 11.29 ... +3.
TotRt 10.95 ... +3.
PIMCO Funds A:
RealRtA p 11.29 ... +3.
TotRtA 10.95 ... +3.
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Pioneer Funds A:
BondA p 9.33 -.01 +1.
EurSelEqA 30.98 -.03 -7.
intiValA 24.61 +.17 -7.
MdCpGrA14.26 -.02-10.
PionFdAp41.66 -.22 -9.
TxFreA p 11.39 -.01 +2.
ValueA p 13.77 -.11 -9.
Pioneer Funds B:
HiYIdB t 9.99 ... -4.
PIoneer FundsC:
HiYIdCt 10,09 ... -4.
Price Funds Adv:
EqInc 25.64 -.19 -7.
Growth p n29.82 -,10 -8.
Price Funds:
Balance n l9.37 -,04 4.
BIChip n 35,98 -.08 -8.
CABond n11.00 -.01 +1.
CapAppnl8.87 -.08 -4.
DivGro n 23.29 -.12 -7.
5 EmEurp 35.33 +.23 -1.
EmMktSn39.24 +.26 -5.
4 Eqinen 25.69 -.19 -7.
5 Eqindexn35.55 -22 -8.
8 Europen 17.72 -.04 -7.
GNMAn 9.62 ... +1
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7 Md n 102
MCapVal n20.T/ -.09 -6
7 NAmern28.22-.08-10
9 NAsian 19.64 -.13 -3
2 New Era n53.62 +.29 -8
1 N How n 27 26


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NYBondn11.33 ...+2.0
PSlnc n 15.10 -.03 -2.8
RealEst n 17.15 -.15-10.3
R2010 n 15.27 -.05 -4.7
R2015n 11.81 -.04 -55
R2020n 16.39 -,06 -82
R2025n 12.08 -,05 -68
R2030 n 17.36 -.07 -7 3
ScJecn 20.57 +.08-110



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TFInc n 9.99 ... +2 0
TxFrH n 11.61 -01 +1 7
UxSFrSitn 144 +.01 O
USTLg n 12.29 -,05 +3.2
VABond n11.60 ... +1.7
Value n 23.50 -.22 -8.1
Principalinv:
DiscLClnst 13.58.-.07 -8.9
LgGrlN 8.45 -.01 -9.4
Putnam Funds A:
AmGvA p 9.33 +.01 +2.5
AZTE 9.11 ... +1.6
Cony p 19.15 -.03 -3.9
DiscGr 19.81 +.01 -9.5
DvrinAp9.60-,04-1.0
EqlnA p 14.74 -.13 -7.8
EuEq 23.83 -.09 -6.3
GeoAp 15.22 -.07 -4.8
GlbEqty p 10.29 -.03-10.0
GrInAp 13.98 -.19-10.2
HithAp 51.70 -.58 +0.1
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IntGrin p 12 62 + 01 -7 7
InvAp 1263 -07-121
NJTxAp 931 ... +20
NwOpA p 46 92 09 -9 1


TFInAp 1497 +2.1
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UtilAp 1507 -20 -5.8
VstaAp 10.35 +02 -9.8
VoyA p 17.10 -04 -9.9
Putnam Funds B:
CapAprt 16.16 -07-11.4
DD t 119d + Od -9 6
EqInct 1460 -12 -78
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NJTxBt 930 -01 +19
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OTC BI 7 73 + 02 -9 9
TExBBt118 1
TFinB t 14.99 +2 0
BI 350 -1
VistaB t 8.88 + 02 -9 9
RV FButnds14.73 -03 -9.9
CoreEqA 39.01 -.35 -7.1
intGrA 18.28 +.10 --8.2
RVa lerin23 -.16-11.3
SmM 3374 +.01-11.9
BdanceA1032 -08 -5.5
DD A 1 14 -92
Gr 29 -19 -9d

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MicroCapil435 -11 -59
PennMuIr 952 -08-104
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EmgMkt 27.33 +.45 -6.0
IntiStock 12.80 +.12 -6.6
STI Classic:
LCpVIEqA12.26 -.14 -9.3
LCGrStkA p 9.56 -.05 -9.0
LCGrStkC p 8.63 -.05 -9 2
2 2-0055
Schwab Funds:
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1000Sel 38.71 23 -8 7
S&P iny 20.46 13 -8 6
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d by the recent I-4 tragedy,
HP's staffing needs have
ed the attention of state
ary Brandenburg, D-Lake
who sits on the House
Policy and Budget
Committee .

H eofu 8 n ni
about the FHP's
: staffing levels.
With the FHP
having limited
.
resources with
which to assure that
a's roads are safe, state
kers should reexamine
g levels to ensure that
is sufficient security on
roadways. If lawmakers are
s about promoting safe
through aggressive law
ement, they have three
ent options.
most, they can match the
mission with the required
ces. They can scale down
HP's mission by concen-
its resources on the
interstate and turnpike
rk and funding local law
ement to bridge the gap.
y can abolish the FHP and
ocal law enforcement to
void.
e public safety should be
ate's first priority, the
level of staffing must be
ned. Accordingly, lawmak-
re encouraged to fully
ce the FHP so that it can
ue to serve Floridians
he professionalism and
tion that has character-
for the past 69 years.


ex:=:gh
plete answer to the prob-
lem, but parents should
check on an area before
they move into it before
they buy a home (and see)
if there's enough for their
kids to do. Is there enough
for kids, especially
teenagers, to do to keep
them out of trouble? Will
they utilize facilities if they
n a chance? I don't know. I
k that they have too much
from school over the
as and New Year's holiday.
before Christmas until the
r New Year's should be suffi.
was for us.
uld've bombed Iran
t to know why our Navy did
on the Iranians. If you
our naval vessels in a war
you are coming up in a
ning manner with armed ves.
should have sunk every one
and started lobbing mis.
o downtown Tehran.
t abandon the localS
n to try the new business
coming in to Inverness, but
t forget the local business.
We hope that everybody
ive up on the local business-
We want to help keep them
ess, as that's part of our
onomy.
OStlon the legal
pen to agree with the gentle-
o wrote in about the impact
ing unconstitutional. I do
ith him and I really think
s should be looked into.


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aerry Mulligan .............. ..............publisher
Charlie Brennan .................................editor
Neale Brennan ......promotions/community affairs
Kathle Stewart ...................circulation director
Mike Arnold ...........................managing editor
JIm Hunter .. ...senior reporter
Curt Ebitz .. ...citizen member
Fo a Mac Harris ..............................citizen member
williamson Norm Wagy ..............................guestmember
"You may defer with my choice, but not my right to choose."
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In 1939, the Florida Highway Bar
Patrol was established with the
a staff of 60 troopers and garner
given the mission of promoting a Rep. M
safe driving environment Worth,
through aggressive
law enforcement.

??:9. Ah o
mission being
undermined by OUR OPINION
inadequate man- Match mission
power.
with resources
While this has
troubled law
enforcement for years, state law- Florid
makers have given short shrift to lawma
the FHP's manpower needs. As a staffin
consequence, FHP staffing has there
not only failed to keep pace with state r
Florida's population growth and serious
an increase in roadways, but has roads
declined. enforce
Ten years ago the FHP had appar
1,740 troopers. Presently, it has Fore
1,600 troopers and 150 vacan- FHP's
eies, perHAps due in part to resour
salaries that aren't always com- the F
petitive with potential earnings treating
in other branches of law state's
enforcement. netwo
With 1,600 troopers to patrol enforce
1,900 miles of highways and Or, the
9,000 miles of state roads around fund l
the clock, there are times when fill the
there's only one trooper cover- Sinc
ing two or three counties at the st
night. This was precisely the sit- FHP's
nation preceding the recent exami
chain-reaction crash along a ers a
smoke-filled, fog-laden section resour
of 1-4 in Polk County where only contain
two troopers were available to with t
patrol a 2,010-square-mile area distinct
the size of Delaware. ized it

Seek out active' So
To the teens that have
nothing to do: Yes, you do
need recreation I do
agree on that. We have
plenty of parks. Walk
there, roller-skate there,
and skateboard there.
What about getting off cas...
your duffs instead of work- FDA AgPfg
ing on the computer, and ggg.UU1tI
help some people that are
in need of help, like any of are give
the handicapped, somebody in a do thin
wheelchair, someone blind, an older time off
person or a younger person that Christm
can't do things. Can't you help rake The da
y
their grass for them? The rewards day afte
are great. Think about these things. I cient. It
can remember having to baby-sit for
50 cents an hour to get bus fare for Sho
27 cents to get to three towns away I wan
just to do volunteer candy striping. not fire
And I worked then, too. I did a lot of attack
things delivered the mail, the zone, if
flowers, made empty beds. threat
Options for death sels, we
The Supreme Court is hearing a of them
lethal injection case by two death siles int
at tah in mti I crkue d Don'
unusual punishment. If they were It's fu
giften a choice of hanging, firing chains
squad or electrocution, I wager let's no
they'll choose lethal injection. The men...
reason the death penalty is no won't g
deterrent to killing is because it is people.
not painful enough. in busin
local ec
Shorten vacationS
('ve been reading about the van- QU
dalism in Beverly Hills Recreation I hap
Center about the fourth time in man wh
half a dozen years. One of the fees be
problems teenagers here in Beverly agree w
Hills have is too much time on their that thi


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LETTERS~ST to the


and federal authorities, a risk con-
cern is still there.
The plants use chemicals in the
sHt oc nh de
nation has come through the pollu- ,r
tion of ground water through spilla
or intentional dumping. Interesting if.
the operation is discontinued, con- "
tamination concern can surround th)
building and property, making it diffi- v
cult to sell or reuse. ?
I am somewhat concerned that
there appeared to be little public 4:
knowledge of this company coming
Citrus County. The process requires.-
numerous reviews and approvals
from both state and county agencies
-yet the public was not made awa
of this project and the potential ris
to the county ground water until fi
approval by the commission. y
Apparently, the project is already '
completely approved with little public
input. I would think that the residents
of Hernando and Pasco also may have
concerns since the project is slated to ,
be built on County Road 491 south,
I feel that the Cleonicle failed in its
role as a watchdog for public safety ly
not bringing this to the pubhe soone
than after final approval. If it was n
made aware of it prior to its announ
ment at the commission meeting, thy
it should have opened public dialog on
the subject through research of other
areas that have experienced problem
and advised the public as to what sa
ty processes are in place and how
will be monitored.
Florida is a unique state. It sits o
top of fresh water, which is our gre
est resource, and most vulnerable.
Any potential risk to that resource
should be utmost on everybody's
mind including the management of
the C1n-onicle.
Roger B. Krie
Pine Ri

ecord.
llers.


Sun t 2 fa t
CORS OS
On April 27, 2003, the Chronicle
I dCUm C2
The published results: 67 percent not
in favor, 33 percent for.
This is not the only poll that contra-
dicts the Chronicle. In November 2003,
the Florida Turnpike Enterprise polled
attendees at a public input meeting in
which750 survey cards were submitted
expressing opinions on building the
SC2. The results: 41 percent totally not
for it; 20 percent against having it in
their backyard, build it elsewhere; 10
percent against route SC1; 5 percent
against route SCl and SC2; 6 percent
had no opinion. That totals76 percent
not in favor of all or some portion of the
Suncoast concept
Only 18 percent were clearly in
favor of the SC2. Who were they?
After reading the opinion cards, one
can see they are: attorneys represent-
ing various clients, Realtors and the
Chamber of Commerce. .
The Chronicle states that SC2 is
needed to alleviate overcrowding on
U.S. 19. The Chronicle is in posses-
sion of a letter dated Dec. 27, 2005'
from the FTE, which states that the
purpose of the SC2 is to serve "inter-
regional" traffic and "not intended to
serve local, short-distance trips." The
current design confirms this fact.
With only one interchange, at State
Road 44, local access is limited.
The Chronicle has the FTE-project-
ed traffic count on U.S. 19 with and
without the SC2, in the year 2025
(when all the growth the Chronicle
states will be "relieved" by the SC2).
The FTE data states that the high
average tratric projection carried on
U.S. 19 with the SC2 built is 39,100
round trips per day, with only 5,050
round trips carried on the SC2.
Where is the relief?
Balanced journalism requires seek-


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toons, columns or letters do not neces-
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hometowns will be printed; phone num-
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three letters per month.
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ing and usage of all the facts
Chronicle readers will be better
informed if the Chronicle publishes
both sides of the SC2 facts and opin-
ions from well-informed sources. As
an informed Sugarmill Woods resi-
dent, I and other county taxpayers
who do know the facts, do not support
paying for this special-interest piece
of billion-dollar pork.
.fom Pasla Y
Homosassa
yggggy eggggyg
A recent article in the Chronicle
announced that a new business was
opening in Citrus County. That busi-
ness is a hide tannerM
Although new businesses generally
are welcome news, this one brings
concerns. Many residents of the coun-
ty have moved here from other areas
of the country and have experienced
firsthand the potential contamination
risks fl'om tannery operations.
Although many additional safety
processes have been added by state


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defense realy does
win championships
JoHN CosclA
jcoscia@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
The Lecanto Lady Panthers
defense was like a swarm of locusts
invading the land of Egypt and the
Belleview Rattlers had no 1VIoses to
thwart the inflicting plague. With no
answer for Lecanto's four goals
Belleview soon became powerless
against the Panthers' defensive front
of Erin Carpenter, Carleigh Williams,
Jessica Flilford, Courtney Smith and
keeper Andraya Avery
"I kept telling our girls to push it
through. But how do you break that
kind of line of defense," Belleview's
head coach Gary Lefebvre asked
rhetorically. "I mean seriously, you
just can't expect to put one or two
girls up against their defensive front
of what was it, like eight girls.
"They're real good and when they
scored that first fluke goal I knew we
were in trouble because then they
were going to just put everyone back
and leave 7 (Ashley Irizarry) and 13
(Ashley Brower) up there by them-
selves and put everybody else back
there to protect," Lefebvre said. "You
can't fault them for that. It's why
they're so good but if they don't get
those early goals it changes every-
thing because they can't load our box
that way."
Lefebvre may only have been will-
ing to give half-hearted credit to the
Please see . . /Page 3B


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ALAN FasTo
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The Lecanto girls soccer team has
een waiting six long years to taste a
district championship victory again,
and Friday night they got it with a 4-
0 thrashing of the Belleview Rattlers,
The win improved Lecanto's per-
feet record to 23-0-1.
"What a year," Lecanto coach
evin Towne said after the game.
he This is just the icing on the cake ...
bc everything from here is just gravy."
.un with the Panthers' victory, their
of b irst since 2002, they earned the right
o host the first round of the state
playoffs and will face St. Augustine
on Thursday night. As the runners-
up, Belleview will travel to Ponte
edra to take on Nease.
br Towne made it a point to let the
Rattlers know where they were
eaded after the Panthers' final goal.
0 "Take 41 all the way to the beach,"
e yelled out.
id < Moments earlier Amy Wheat scored
directly off a penalty kick after fol-
er lowing her own missed attempt that
8 the keeper couldn't handle.
too "Put that in your pipe and smoke
b toft," Towne said to Belleview coach
orp,0ary Lefebvre.
nor. Towne was firing back after
revLefebvre made comments in yester-
day's Chronicle.
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL
12 p.m. (ESPN) Villanova at Syracuse.
1 p.m. (38 MNT) (51 FOX) LSU at Vanderbilt.
2 p.m. (ESPN) Illinois at Purdue.
2 p.m. (FSNFL) Women's Oklahoma State at Texas A&M.
3 p.m. (38 MNT) (51 FOX) Mississippi State at Alabama.
3:30 p.m. (6, 10 CBS) Ohio State at Tennessee.
3:30 p.m. (9, 20, 28 ABC) Maryland at North Carolina.
4 p.m. (ESPN) Texas A&M at Kansas State.
4 p.m. (FSNFL) Women's Califomia at Arizona.
4 p.m. (VERSUS) BYU at Utah.
5 p.m. (SUN) Mississippi at Aubum.
6 p.m. (ESPN) Clemson at Duke.
8 p.m. (44 CW) Miami at North Carolina State.
9 p.m. (ESPN) Kentucky at Florida.
10 p.m. (SUN) Arkansas at Georgia.
NBA BASKETBALL
7 p.m. (FSNFL) Portland Trail Blazers at Orlando Magic.
7:30 p.m. (SUN) New York Knicks at Miami Heat.
8:30 p.m. (WGN) Detroit Pistons at Chicago Bulls.
BOXING
9 p.m. (IND1) Roy Jones Jr. vs. Felix Trinidad.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
7 p.m. (ESPN2) East/West Shrine Game-
GOLF
9:30 a.m. (GOLF) European PGA Tour Abu Dhabi Championship
- Third Round-
1 p.m. (GOLF) LPGA Tour Women's World Cup of Golf -
Second Round.
4 p.m. (GOLF) PGA Tour Bob Hope Chrysler Classic Fourth
Round.
7:30 p.m. (GOLF) PGA Champions Tour ---MasterCard
Championship Second Round.
COLLEGE GYMNASTICS
4 p.m. (SUN) Aubum at Kentucky.
RODEO
4:30 p.m. (2, 8 NBC) PBR Tour.
9 p.m. (VERSUS) PBR Built Ford Tough Series.
TENNIS
12 p.m. (ESPN2) Australian Open Early Round Day 6.
10 p.m. (ESPN2) Australian Open Early Round Day 7.
3:30 a.m. (ESPN2) Australian Open Early Round Day 7.



Prep CALENDAR

BOYS BASKETBALL
3:30 p.m. Newberry at Lecanto.
7:30 p.m. Crystal River at Dunnellon.
WRESTLING
9 a.m. Citrus, Lecanto in Vanguard Duals at Vanguard.


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Cortese, Ty Commons and Andrew
Gage all had 12 points.
Seven Rivers is now 17-3 over-
all, 10-0 in district. They play Trinity
Catholic on Tuesday with a 7:30
p.m. start.
Seven Rivers beats
Cedar Key at buzzer
The Seven Rivers girls basket-
ball team topped.Cedar Key, 37-
26, in the final seconds on Friday
night.
Carolyn Allen scored the bucket
on a nice little give and go from
Alex lwaniec for the win. Allen led
the Warriors (9-9) with 13 points
and Abby LaBahn had 12.
It was a bitter sweet win for the
Warriors who played without one of
their best players in Rachael
Capra. Capra was recognized
before the game during the Senior
Night ceremony but did not play
e suaceb of a knee injury.


AAU baseball 14U
tryOuts today
AAU Baseball 14U tryouts will
be held at Whispering Pines Park
on Field 3, Saturday, Jan. 19 from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For additional
Information please call 201-0812.
Nature Coast baseball
signups today
Signups for the Nature Coast
baseball league will be at Lecanto
Park. Sign up dates are Jan. 19
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
There will be a mandatory skills
assessment on Jan 12 for partici-
pants ages 7 and up. However,
everybody will play.
For more information, call Mindy
or Jeff at 527-4204.
AAU Baseball
14U tryoutS
AAU Baseball 14U tryouts will be
held at Whispering Pines Park Field
3 on Saturday, January 19th from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For additional
information please call 201-0812.
Co-ed Basketball and
.
Cheerleadmg
Sign-up today for PraWhenPlay
Co-ed Basketball and
Cheerleading. Ages 5-18. Cost is
$35 for basketball and $45 for
cheerleading. Games begin Friday,
March 7, at Crystal River High
School and run through April.
Signup online at or call Coach
Cooley at 352-795-3367 for more
information.
Lecanto boys hoops
eke out district win
Lecanto's boys basketball team
defeated West Port, 69-66, on
Friday night
High scorers for the Panthers
were Victor Cortes with 22 points
and four rebounds, Nick Cortes
with 14 points and four rebounds,
Elijah Bradley with 10 points and
10 rebounds and Steven Buckley
with nine points and seven
rebounds.
'It was a nice, tight game," said
Lecanto coach Chris Nichols.
,,
(West Port) played very well, they
made it tough it feels good to
grind one out.
The Panthers are now 17-0
Overall, 13-0 in district. They play
Friday at North Marion with a 7:30
Start
Seven Rivers boys
take district win
Seven Rivers' boys basketball
team defeated Cedar Key, 71-36,
on Friday night. The victory was
their 26th consecutive district win.
The high scorer for the Warriors
Were Derek Labahn with 24 points
and nine rebounds. Tucker




Continued from Page 1B

Lecanto defense but the truth
is no team has had an answer
for their seemingly omnipotent
'Wall of Terror' all season.
While it's true that you can't
win if you don't score, the Lady
Panthers defense has been this
.team's strength all year allow-
ing OMy FOUT gOalS en route to
22 shutouts. There is still plen-
ty of state playoff soccer still to
play but those two accomplish-
ments have this girls' soccer
team residing in pretty elite
State-record territory.
As best anyone can figure the
record for shutouts is currently
at 26 and the least amount of
goals allowed appears to be
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biggest heart, Coach Willie
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few rib shots, see what hap-
pens," Lefebvre laughed.
Lefebvre admitted it was all in
good fun.
With both teams beginning
the game with extreme focus
and intensity, however, the
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happy just to be playing.
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let the Rattlers know who the
best team in the district was.
After failing on a free kick
from about 25 yards out,
Lecanto (1red back less then 30
seconds later for its first score.
Carleigh Williams sent her sec-
ond attempt into the box from
about 35 yards away and Ashley
BTOwer was able to head it past
Cecilia Burns for the goal. It
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Atlanta 23 23 3 49 138 165
Florida 21 23 4 46 119 135
Washington 20 21 5 45 132 144
Tampa Bay 18 24 5 41 135 157
WESTERN CONFERENCE

Detroit W 1L. OT 1 1
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St. Louis 22 16 6 50 115 118
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W L OT Pts GF GA
Minnesota 26 18 3 55 130 132
Vancouver 25 17 5 55 123 111
Calgary 23 17 8 54 138 141
Colorado 25 18 3 53 132 128
Edmonton 21 23 5 47 129 149
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Dallas 26 18 5 57 143 129
San Jose 25 14 7 57 119 110
Phoenix 24 21 1 49 124 127
spns or winne poin or v5ert
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Montreal 3, Atlanta 2, So
n B t m tOn 4, SO
Ottawa 5, Carolina 1
Detroit 3, Vancouver 2, SO
Anaheim 2, Nashville 1
Columbus.4, Phoenix 3
Dallas 4, SanF I ae 2s Games
Carolina 7, Edmonton 2
Florida 2, New Jersey 1
Buffalo 10, Atlanta 1
Ba4 IPittsburgh 0
Chicago at Colorado, late
Los Angeles at Calgary, late
Today's Games
N.Y Rangers at Boston, 1 p.m.
Nashville attSt Louis22pp.m.
Buffalo at Toronto, 7 p.m.
Pittsburgh at Montreal, 7 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Ottawa, 7 p.m.
oi dae h t .YPI a7n 7 p.m.
Chicago at Phoenix, 9 p.m.
Los Angeles at Vancouver, 10 p.m.
Detroit at San Jose, 10:30 p.m.
MOVES
Friday's Sports
TranSadiORS
BASEBALL
American League
BALTIMORE ORIOLES-Agreed to
terms with RHP Jeremy Guthrie and LHP
Adam Loewen on one-year contracts
wiBhOLS NaveEDLoS onA r teatecroms
tract.
DETROIT TIGERS-Agreed to terms
with 3B Miguel Cabrera and LHP Bobby
SeaAy e-year cRn t -Agreed to
terms with 1B Ross Gload on a two-year
contract and C John Buck and LHP Jorge
De La Rosa on one-year contracts.
LOS ANGELES ANGELS-Agreed to
terms with 3B Maicer Izturis and 1B Casey
Ko hrnan ondne ea contra s. to terms
with 1B Justin Morneau and RHP Juan
RIncon on one-year contracts.
NEW YORK YANKEES-Agreed to
terms with 3B Wilson Betemit on a one
year cKoLnArND ATHLETICS-Agreed to
terms with RHP Joe Blanton on a one-year
contract.
SEATTLE MARINERS-Agreed to terms
with LHP Horacio Ramirez on a one-year
contract.
TAMPA BAY RAYS-Agreed to terms
with 18 Carlos Pena and LHP Scott
Kazmir on one-year contracts.


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BASKETBALL
NBA Standings
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
Boston 3 6 .Pc2
N wn rsey 1
Philadelphia 15 25 .375 1
New York 12 27 .308 201
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Washington 21 17 .553 11
Atlanta 17 19 .472 41
Charlotte 15 24 .385
Miami 8 30 .211 141
Central Division
W L Pct GI
Detroit 29 11 .725 -
Cleveland 21 18 .538 71
indiana 18 22 .450 1
Milwaukee 16 23 .410 121
ChicagoWESTERN CON REN40ES 12
Southwest Divialon
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New Orleans 27 12 .692 -
Dallas 26 12 .684
SansAntonio
Memphis 11 28 .282 1
Northwest Division
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Portland 24 15 .615 -
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Seattle 9 30 .231 1
Minnesota 5 32 .135 1
Pacific Division
W L Pct G
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L.A. Lakers 26 12 .684
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Thursday's Games
Cleveland 90, San Antonio 88
Denver 120, Utah 109
Phoenix 106, L.A. Lakers 98
.foronto 89, Afriday7s8Games
Washington 111, New York 98
Portland 98, Miami 91
Boston 116, Philadelphia 89
Macmp en1 ,0 aD roi 3
New Oricans 112, Charlotte 84
Minnesota at Phoenix, late
L.A. Clippers at Utah, late
Golden State at Chicago, late
Today'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 Y9rk at Miami, 7:30 p.m.
Detroit at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.
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Minnesota at Denver, 9 p.m.
Seattle at Dallas, 9 p.m.
New Jersey at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m.
HOCKEY
NHL Standings
EASTERN CONFERENCE

W L OT Pts GF G
New Jersey 26 17 3 55 112 1(
Pittsburgh 26 17 3 55 133 19
Philadelphia 24 15 5 53 142 12
N.Y Islanders 23 18 5 51 112 12
N.Y Rangers 22 20 5 49 114 12
Northeast Division
W L OT Pta GF G
Ottawa 30 12 4 64 162 1:
Montreal 24 14 8 56 142 15
Boston 22 18 5 49 116 1
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OVer thought possible.
"Way to go Dre!" "Keep it up
Erin!" "That's amazing
Carleigh!" "What a kick
Jessica!" "What was that?"
"Holy cow, Courtney," were just
some of the things that could
be heard over and over again
as Bulging nearly named every
girl on the roster with each trip
down the field.
And it's a fact that doesn't go
unnoticed by the players.
"He's our inspiration. He's
always there to lift us up,"
Carpenter said. "It seems like
just repetition the way we
rotate in and out but it works.
Everybody knows where
they're supposed to be till the
time because of him."
As for Avery, who was once
again perfect in goal, she found
this victory especially sweet
"I've wanted this for a whole
year," Avery admitted. "The
way they beat us last year. I
wanted to get them back. I can't
begin to tell you how sweet this
feels.
Truth is Avery's stellar per-
formance, be it in defeat last

Burns, but the senior noted she
indeed got a piece of it,
"Since I'm so short you can't
see exactly where I am but I'm
su risingly able to get my
head on a lot of balls," Brower
said.
That was evident seven min-
utes later when Brower once
again came up with a heads-up
play,
Lecanto's Rebecca Beaudwin
sent a cross into the 6-yard box
where Brower was battling two
Belleview defenders. Brower
got just enough of the ball to
direct it toward the goal, it then
hit offa Belleview player which
through off the keeper for the
score.
"It just skimmed it," Brower
sent of her header
As if a championship game
wasn't enough reason to play
hard, midway through the
opening half, Lecanto assistant
Freddie Bullock appeared
after attending her mother's
fitneral earlier in the day.
"She's (Bullock) an inspira-
tion to these kids, sho's a role
model for them and they


year against Nease, may have
been the birth of this year's
great run.
"I think what she did last
year gave her the confidence
that she was that good," Towne
explained. "She knew after
that game she could play with-
anybody and it showed all of
this year."
As for the defensive inspira-
tion, Coach Bulgin, he just
feels privileged to be a part of
this team. "I can't begin to tell
you what it means to me that
this man," pointing to Towne,
"allows me to coach alongside
of him all of these years. It's
just priceless, that's all I can
say."
Summing up the experience
best in conclusion was senior
Jessica Flilford who echoed
everybody's sentiments when
she said, "This has been the best
year of my life. It's the best thing
that's ever happened to me."
This band of locusts will be
ready for another invasion
next Thursday when they host
St. Augustine in the regional
semifinals.

played with a lot of heart
tonight," Towne said.
All the players wore a black
patch on their uniforms in
remembrance of Bullock's
mother
Trailing 2-0 at the half,
Lefebvre continued to try and
motivate his team before the
final 40 minutes of play. Once
again, however, Lecanto quickly
took the wind out of their sails.
Less than two minutes into
the second half, Brower
received a pass from Wheat
and broke away for her 71st
goal of the year.
As good was the Panthers'
offense was the defense was
even better. Lecanto keeper
Andraya Avery had a spectacu-
lar night in goal, making five
big saves in the contest.
Most memorable was her
challenge in the 51st minute.
With the ball about 15yards out-
side the goal, Avery and
Belleview's Kasie Cheney
raced after the ball and collided
withAverycomingoutontop.
.
When Dray is on she s unbe-
lievable," Towne said.


FOOTBALL
NFl. Playoff Glance
Wild-card Playoffs
Saturday, Jan. 5
Geattle 35, Washington 14
Jacksonville 31, Pittsburgh 29
Sunday, Jan. 6
Giants 24, Tampa Bay 14
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m It's nothing but bad characters in
'Assassins," a dark musical comedy at
Playhouse 19 about those who either suc-
ceeded or attempted to kill presidents of
the United States. The show features
lyrics by John Weidman and music by
Stephen Sondheim, who wrote the score
for "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of
Fleet Street."
Show times are 8 p.m. today and 2 p.m.
Sunday. The theater is at 865 N. Suncoast
Blvd., Crystal River. Tickets are $17 for


adults and $12 for students. Call 563-1333.
a The girlfriend of a shady Washington
lobbyist gets the Eliza Doolittle treatment
and declares her independence in "Born
Yesterday," a comedy/drama on stage at
the Art Center Theatre. Audiences may be
familiar with film versions of the story, the
most recent starring Melanie Griffith as
Billie Dawn, the culturally challenged
chorus girl who gets more education than
her sugar daddy expects.
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p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $18. The theater
is at 2644 N. Annapolis Ave., Hernando.
Call 746-7606.
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19th day of 2008. There are 347
days left in the year.
Today's Highlight in History:
On Jan. 19, 1807, Confederate
Gen. Robert E. Lee was born in
Westmoreland County, Va.
On this date:
In 1736, James Watt, inventor
of the steam engine, was born in
Scotland.
In 1809, author Edgar Allah
Poe was born in Boston.
In 1853, Giuseppe Verdi's
opera "ll Trovatore" premiered in
Rome.
In 1861, Georgia seceded from
the Union.
in 1937, millionaire Howard
Hughes set a transcontinental air
record by flying his monoplane
from Los Angeles to Newark in 7
hours, 28 minutes and 25 sec-
ands.
In 1944, the federal govern-
ment relinquished control of the
nation's railroads following settle-
ment of a wage dispute.
In 1955, a presidential news
conference was filmed for televi-


sion for the first time, with the
permission of President Dwight
Eisenhower.
In 1966, Indira Gandhi was
elected prime minister of India.
In 1970, President Richard
Nixon nominated G. Harrold
Carswell to the Supreme Court;
however, the nomination was
defeated because of controversy
over Carswell's past racial views.
In 1977, in one of his last acts
of office, President Gerald Ford
pardoned Iva Toguri D'Aquino, an
American who had made
wartime broadcasts for Japan.
Ten years ago: During a cere-
mony in Atlanta commemorating
the Martin Luther King Jr. holi-
day, Vice President Gore
announced that the Clinton
administration would propose
increasing spending on civil
rights by $86 million.
"Rockabilly" pioneer Carl
Perkins died in Jackson, Tenn.,
at age 65.
Five years ago: President
Fidel Castro and millions of other
Cubans voted in parliamentary


elections where all 609 candi-
dates ran uncontested.
The Oakland Raiders won
the AFC title game, beating the
Tennessee Titans 41-24.
The Tampa Bay
Buccaneers took the NFC '
Championship game, defeating
the Philadelphia Eagles 27-10.
At the Golden Globe
Awards, "Chicago" won best
musical-comedy and "The
Hours" claimed best drama.
One year ago: Former
Republican Rep. Bob Ney of
Ohio was sentenced to 2 1/2
years in prison for his role in a
lobbying scandal.
Denny Doherty, a member
of the 1960s folk-rock group the
Mamas and the Papas, died
near Toronto at age 66.
Today's Birthdays: Actress
Jean Stapleton is 85. Actor Fritz
Weaver is 82. Actress Tippi
Hedren is 78. Former PBS news-
man Robert MacNeil is 77.
Movie director Richard Lester is
76. Singer Phil Everly is 69.
Actor-singer Michael Crawford is


66. Actress Shelley Fabares is
64. Country singer Dolly Parton
is 62. ABC newswoman Ann
Compton is 61. TV chef Paula
Deen is 61. Rock singer Martha
Davis is 57. Singer Dewey
Bunnell (America) is 56. Actor
Desi Arnaz Jr. is 55. Comedian
Paul Rodriguez is 53. Actress
Katey Sagal is 51. Reggae musi-
cian Mickey Virtue (UB40) is 51.
Actor Paul McCrane is 47. Actor
William Ragsdale is 47. Tennis
player Stefan Edberg is 42. Rock
singer Whitfield Crane (Ugly Kid
Joe) is 40. Singer Trey Lorenz is
39. Actor Shawn Wayans is 37.
'Rock singer-musician John
Wozniak (Marcy Playground) is
37. Actress Drea de Matteo is
36. Comedian-impressionist
Frank Caliendo is 34. Actress
Marsha Thomason is 32. Actress
Jodie Sweetin is 26. Actor Logan
Lerman is 16.
Thought for Today: "To fear
love is to fear life, and those who
fear life are already three parts
dead." Bertrand Russell,
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NANcy KENNEDY
nkennedy@chronicleoriline.com
Chronicle
Ministry and a cup of coffee
often go hand in hand.
That's the foundational
belief behind God's Rock Caf4 at
3450 U.S. 19 in Homosassa, a com-
bination coffeehouse-Christian
bookstore-music store-community
meeting place owned by Melissa
Moore.
The grand opening of God's Rock
Cafd is today.
Think Starbucks with a gospel
flair, a for-profit business, but with a
mission. Moore envisions the caf6 as
a place where people can come and
share a latte and a slice of cheese-
cake and discuss last Sunday's ser-
mon, or pastors can come with their
laptops and work on sermons.
One of Moore's main ideas is to
have the caf4 be a central place, at
least on the west side of Citrus
County, where churches can post
flyers and advertise their programs
on a community bulletin board in
the back of the store.
That's probably the idea that
excites her the most to have peo-


ple from different churches
exchange ideas, invite onB another
to their programs, combine their
gifts and talents and build up the
larger body of Christ and that
the caf6 might be a place where
God-appointments happen.
"I believe that God puts people
in your path and you never know if
another person is meant to be
there so you'll take a different
path," she said. "It could be as sim-
ple as someone coming in and talk-
ing to one of us."
The "girls" behind the counter -
everyone belongs to the same
church, Lifepoint Family Church in
Homosassa are attuned to how
people enter the door,
"All of us who work here, we're
always praying and asking God to
give us the right words to say to
people," Moore said, "We try to be
aware of how people come in,
whether they're happy or sad. We
want this to be a place that, even if
someone's having a bad day, they
can at least have a positive 20 min-
utes or however long they're here
and leave with a smile."
Christian music plays in the
background; Christian music CDs,


T-shirts and gifts are available for
sale.
Patrons can leaf through any of
the books in the bookcase, from the
"Left Behind" series or "The
Purpose-Driven Life" to books by
Joyce Meyer, Joel Osteen, T.D.
Jakes or Max Lucado.
Moore said when the idea of a
coffeehouse came to her many
years ago, she tucked it away and
nearly forgot about it. But she knew
it was from God, she said. It just ,
wasn't the right time. Her faith
hadn't grown enough...
She had grown up in Columbus,
Ohio. Her parents had told her
about God, but the thmily didn't go
to church regularly.
At 17 she met her husband, Gary,
married him at 18 and had three
kids right away, two sons and a
daughter.
Gary worked a series of jobs in
Ohio, but when his job at a bakery
ended, the family moved to Fort
Lauderdale, where they lived for
eight years before moving in 2001
to Citrus County.
Their life was not unusually dif-
ficult, she said, but she worried -
a lot.


"I got to a point where I was sick
of worrying and being frustrated
with things in life," she said. "I
think a lot of people get that way."
She had been watching a lot of
Christian programs on TV and lis-
tening to Christian radio, and hear-
ing "real people talk about their
faith in everyday life" caused her
to want a faith of her own.
"I got down on my knees one
night and right then I knew (God)
forgave me and that whatever hap-
pened from that point on, I was
building a relationship with God,"
she said.
She started worrying less, which
her husband, Gary, noticed.
"Seeing her develop a more per-
sonal relationship with Christ
made me want one too," Gary
Moore said.
That's about the time Moore got
the idea of a Christian coffeehouse.
And then God told them it was
time to move.
"We prayed, 'God, if this is from
you and it's meant to be, we know
we'll get a loan (for a house), we'll
get jobs, we'll get everything we
Please see GROUNDS/Page 5C


Judi Siegal
JUDPS
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Editor's note: This is the
second part of a series on
the move ntsmor a ad

D changes were hap-
pening in Jewish life
in Europe and America. The
desire to embrace the mod-
ern world with its scholar-
ship and way of life was tak-
ing hold. Jews were leaving
the ghettoes and embracing
new ideas and philosophies.
Against this background of
change, Zecharias Frankel, a
a hie o emae is mee
ment called positive-histori-
cal Judaism. This meant,
while Judaism had changes
taking place and evolved,
there was the thought that
the faith needed to be con-
served and not radically
changed as the Reform lead-
ers of the day proposed.
Rabbi Frankel wanted to
conserve Jewish law and
observance but to allow
more leeway in its obser-
vance and interpretation of
Torah.
In 1886, Rabbis Sabato
Marais and H. Pereira
Mendes founded the Jewish
Theological Seminary. In
1902, the distinguished
Please see JUDAISM/Page 5C


scented by Tampa choral ensemble
inspired by Fisk Jubilee Singers
and Hall Johnson Singers.
Center Stage Band presents
afternoon of dancing to the sound
of Big Band music at 4 p.m.
Sunday, April 13, at BHRAC.
All events are free admission
unless noted otherwise. Events
sponsored by Shepherd of the Hills
Episcopal Church on County Road
486 east of C.R. 491.
5 Heirborne Drama Team pres-
enis "Dismissed" at p.m.
Sunday at North Oak artist ,
Church, 9324 N. Elk m Bilid.,
Citrus Springs. The st ry of a young
girl who finds herself pught up in
the trappings of the world and how
she finds her way back to the hope
of Jesus Christ. The Heirborne
Drama Team is made up of area
high school youths using sign lan-
guage, mime and contemporary
Christian music to tell a story.
5 Brian Arnold concert, "This
Close To Home," at 2 p.m.
Sunday, Feb. 3, at Peace Lutheran
Church, 7201 U.S. 41, Dunnellon.
There are no tickets; a freewill
offering will be received. Call the
church at (352) 489-5881. At age


6, Arnold lost his left leg in a lawn-
mowing accident but with the help
of his mother, discovered a talent
he didn't Iknow he had, being in
choir all through high school and
then landing a job as a main vocal-
ist and piano player for a music
show. In his early 20s, his music
took another turn when the vehicle
in which he was riding was broad-
sided by an 18-wheeler With a
broken neck and a paralyzed left
arm, he overcame saying, "God
isn't finished with me yet," and to
this day continues to entertain and
inspire everyone with his strong
vocal talent, one-handed piano
playing and songwriting ability. By
1990, he went to work for Silver
Dollar City, playing piano for the
Branson Brothers. While doing this,
he met Terry Kaufman, lead singer
of the Branson Brothers, and with
Ashley Ellison, formed the gospel
group, Chosen Few. He has con-
tinued to play the piano one-hand-
ed, even recording three piano
tapes, and writing songs. Many of
his songs have been recorded by
Chosen Few.
5 Gather Homecoming record-
ing artist Allison Durham Speer in


concert at 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9,
at Brooksville Wesleyan Church,
8168 Jasmine Drive, Brooksville.
Allison Durham Speer is a native of
central Kentucky, born in Lexington
and raised in the rural community
of Parksville. Her travels have
taken her across America, as well
as overseas on humanitarian aid
trips to Russia, Bosnia, the
Philippines, and South Africa. As a
featured performer on the Gaither
Homecoming video series that airs
weekly on the TBN Network, she is
a regular part of a phenomenon
that has seen video sales top such
artists as Garth Brooks and Britney
Spears on the Billboard magazine
charts. Call (352) 799-3066.
5 Hernando Church of the
Nazarene upcoming concerts
include: "Ernie Couch & Revival" at
6 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 10; "His Song"
and "Reign Song," at 6 p.m.
Sunday, March 30. Church is at
2101 N. Florida Ave., Hernando.
Call 726-6144.
Sale away
5 Shepherd of the Hills
Episcopal Church annual
yard/rummage sale from 8 a.m. to


2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 1, and 8 a.m. to
noon Saturday, Feb. 2, on grounds
at 2540 W. Norvell Bryant Highway
(County Road 486). Coffee and
doughnuts for sale. Church women
sponsor event to benefit SOS
Ministry and outreach programs.
5 St. Elizabeth Ann Seton's
Council of Catholic Women's
annual "Elite Repeat" used cloth-
ing sale is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 2, at the St.
Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish Center
on Country Club Boulevard in
Citrus Springs. Bargains on next-
to-new men's, women's and chil-
dren's clothing, a jewelry counter,
and "The Boutique" featuring cloth-
ing a step above the regular bar-
gains.
A New Hope United Methodist
Church annual yard and bake
sale from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 16. The church is in
the southern corner of Citrus
County, one mile north of Istachatta
on County Road 439/39 (Istachatta
Road). Proceeds will benefit
church missions, outreach pro-
grams and projects. Call 754-9505.
Please see EVENTS/Page 2C


JAUR 9 0


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Hope



by the



cupful
he day my husband's
hope shattered
heard the crash and
came runmng.
He was in the kitchen
replacing the fluorescent
light bulbs over the sink, and
when he went to put back
the plastic cover, it slipped
fi-om his hands and fell, hit-
ting his favorite coffee cup
that was on the counter.
The cup went sailing and
hit the tile floor, breaking
into too many pieces to put
back together.
Yeah, yeah. It's just a cof-
fee cup and doesn't warrant
such melodrama.
But it does.
I'm not sure where the cup
came from, since it's not one
that either of us would choose.
It is was bumblebee yel-
low with the word "hope" writ-
ten on the outside th fancy
black lettering. The Scripture
VerSe, -'But as for me, I will
always have hope" (Psalm
71:14)1ined the inner rim.
kh hesnMcuu p batb7
for months before I took it
out when my husband came
home from the hospital after


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tonight at First Baptist Church of ,
Lake Ro 7854 W
usseau,
Dunnellon Road. Everyone wel-
come. Covered-dish dinner to fol-
Iow. Call (352) 489-4636.
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To s m ijchS d u ty
Road 491 (North Lecanto
Highway) and Dawson Drive
Dinner on the ounds to follow
Call 344-9454gr .
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8 Light Shine presents its
schedule of events:
Royal City Family Ministnes
musical presentation at 2 p.m.
Sunday at BHRAC.
"The History of Two Florida
Fishing Villages: A Film on Change
and Development," at 4 p.m.
Sunday, Feb. 10, at BHRAC pre-
sented by Dr. Michael Jepson,
marine anthropologist at University
of Florida.
"Spiritual Renaissance Singers
-A History of the African-
American Spiritual," at 4 p.m.
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Sunday School 9:45 A.M.
Morning Worship Hour

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Bible Study 1:00 P.M
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Church
Located past
the guard shack at
Nature's Resort
Halls River Road,
Homosassa
Sunday Morning Service
Thurs.Ioji30a Pra er
& Bible Study
7:00pm
Preacher: 'Ibm "'Ibx" Evans
(352) 628-9562


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1160 NbDun endieldAve-

A FULL GOSPEL
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Wednesday "Christian Ed"
7:00 P.M.
Prayer Sat. 4-6pm
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Sunday P
8:00 Early Communion
9:30 a.m. Praise &
Worship
11:00 a.m. Traditional
Worship
sundalls ol for
9:30 & 11: 00 a.m.
Nursery Available at all Services
Youth Fellowship
4:30 p.m.
Kid's Club

Rev Dony Gill
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Provider
795-3148 ,
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L~u~theran Church

1070 N. Suncoast Blvd.,
Crystal River
795-5325
Saturday Informal Worship
S u n d r shp
73a,8:30am and 11:00am
AII Ages & Adults
10:00am
Nursery Provided


ST. ANNE'S
EPISCOPAL
CHURCH (Anglican)
Rector: Fr. Kevin G. Holsapple
Biblical
sacramental
Spiritual
Sunday Masses: 05 .
Morning Prayer & Daily Masses
1 mile west of Plantation Inn
9870 West Fort Island Trail
Crystal River
352-795-2176
www.stannescr.org



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The Chan h in the Heart of the Community
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2105 N. Georgia Rd., PO
Box 327
Crystal River, FL 34423
Church Phone
'-r=n (352) 563-1577


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services
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563-3209
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A Friendly Church With
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Corner of U.S. 19 & 44 East
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6:00 P.M.
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Evening Service 6:00 PM
Wed nesd ay
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Kid (ages 4-11) 7:00 PM
2180 N.W. Old Tallahassee Rd.
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Service Times:
Sunday School

Morning Worship
10:00 a.m.
Wednedduady Bible
7:00 p.m.
Richard Hart seniorPodor


4 MILES EAST OF HwY.
19 ON HwY. 44


First Baptist
Church of
Homosassa
"Come Worship with Us"
10540 W. Yulee Drive Homosassa
628-3858
Rev. J. Alan Ritter Rev. Chris Brewer
"oo a: 0%dW el b iGroups)
Choir / Special Music / Children
Sunday Niqht
6 pm Worship Celebration
*Children/s Ministry*Youth Bible Study
Wednesday Night
7c rworss I rat
Youth Activities


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Church
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A Stephen Ministry Church
8831 W. Bradshaw St.
Homosossa
WOSt of US 19
(take Yulee Dr. at Burger King)
RGV. MOrk Whittaker

628-4083
www, I umc.org
Traditional Worship:
8:00A.M.,9:30A.M.&ll:00A.M.
Nurserv at All Sunday Services

Sunday School for
AII Ages: 9:30 A.M.
Youth Ministries
(ages 11-18) 730215


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March 7, at Crystal River High
School and run through April. Sign
up online at or call Coach Cooley
at 795-3367 for information.
M Faith Lutheran Church in
Lecanto offers a Saturday evening
church program for kids in grades
kindergarten through high school,
from 5 to 7 p.m. the first and third
Saturday.
In the style of vacation Bible
school, the program includes activi-
ties, snacks and Bible lessons. The
church also offers a Saturday -
evening worship service at 5 on
the first and third Saturdays. The
church is at 935 S. Crystal Glen
Drive, Lecanto. Call the church
office at 527-3325.


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5 Christian Women's Club of
Homosassa monthly brunch at 9
a.m. the second Tuesday monthly
in the Southern Woods Country
Club. All ladies invited. The brunch
is $10, which usually includes
entertainment, an interesting
speaker and a presentation (such
as a fashion show, craft demon-
strations, how to apply makeup,
etc.) and door prizes. For reserva-
tions, call Chita at 382-2989.
I Rt
Special eve S
A "PraythenPlay Co-ed
Basketball and Cheerleading"
sign-up for ages 5 to 18. Cost is
$35 for basketball, and $45 for
cheerleading. Games begin Friday,


cuit dinner of the new year is
Saturday, Jan. 26, in Hilton Hall.
Menu includes chicken and biscuit,
mashed potatoes and gravy, green
beans, tossed salad, dessert and
beverage for a donation of $7. Call
the church office at 344-1771. The
church is at 8478 E. Marvin St.
5 Hernando United Methodist
Men's fish fry from 4 to 7 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 1, with the profits
going to the Mt. Zion AME Church
to help with its roof repairs and
Other needs.
Menu includes fried fish, hush-
puppies, fries or grits, slaw, drink
and dessert for $7 for adults, 3.50
for teens. Children 12 and younger
eat free.


includes pancakes, potato pan-
cakes, ham, applesauce, and
dessert. Tickets are $5 for adults,
and $2 for children under 12.
Tickets will be available from
church members, or at the door
The church is on U.S. 41. For
directions information, call the
church at (352) 489-5881.
5 Crystal River United
Methodist Church's "Fried Fish
& Faith" from 4:30 to 7 p.m.
Friday. The United Methodist Men
and the Hospitality Committee will
host a fish fry in the fellowship hall
at 4801 N.. Citrus Ave. in Crystal
River. Enjoy an evening of food,
music, fellowship and fun. Tickets
($5) available Sunday at church or


weekdays by
calling Phil Thompson at 586-1940
(cell) or Fancy Taylor at 563-1147.
Proceeds for United Methodist Men
to finish barbecue area next to
Tabernacle for future events,
M Unity Church of Citrus
County Women of Unity's juicing
class at 10:30 a.m. today. Bring a
dish to share and enjoy a time of
learning and fellowship.
5 First Presbyterian Church of
Crystal River fellowship potluck
dinner at 6 p.m. Friday.
Entertainment provided by the "Jug
Band" from the First Baptist Church
of Crystal River All are welcome.
5 Floral City United Methodist
Church's first chicken and bis-


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Sunday 10:30am & 6:30pm


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(5433)
www.abundantlifecitrus.org


(North Of U.S.19 On
Citrus Ave.
Approximately 2 miles,
west on Deep Woods)

Sunday Morning
Bible Study 9:30 A.M.
Worship 10:30 A.M.

Sunday Evening
WomMp
6:00 P.M.

Wednesday Evenin
Bible Study
7:00 P.M.

Evangelists:
hielvin Cury
David Curry

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5 Hernando United Methodist
Church's "Sell your own treas-
ures event" from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 23. This community
event features a flea market, blood
mobile, children's IDs, hot dogs
and children's activities. Cost is $5
per table. Call for reservations and
bring your own table,
FOOd & fun
5 Peace Lutheran Church's
annual Shrove Tuesday potato
pancake supper on Feb. 5. Menu


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Homosussa Springs
Rev WmaVerle Coats
SUNDAY
SUNDAY SCHOOL: 9:45 am
WORSHIP: 1:00 am & 6 pm
WEDNESDAY
WORSHIP: 7 pm
YOUTH: 6:30pm
OSpran 1/2 mile fr1om U.S. 19
off Cardinal 628-4793


Church

Lifnrg Up Jes~l
8545 Magnolia
726-4296


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935 5. Crystal Glen Dr. Letanto
Crystal Glen subdiusion
Hwy.44 just E of 490
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Fellowship
9:30 AM
Worship Service
Ministries a t vi e >r all Ages. ,
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Reverend Tyler MontgoineryPastor


_ Floral city
United Methodist
Church
8478 East Marvin St*
(across from Floral City School)
sunday School
9:05 A.M.
Sunday Worship Services
8:00 A.M. & 10:30 A.M.
2..""",2"Od0 A.M.
"We strive to make
newcorners feet at home.
Wheel Chair Access
Nursery Available
Rev. Steven Todd Riddle
Church 344-1771
WEBSITE: 110ralcitychurch.com I


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


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CASA DE ORACION
"Donde la Palabra de ,
Dios es ellenguaje del
Espiritu Santo" -

Escuela Dominical..9:30 AM
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Dr. Teddy Aponte & Hayi
Aponte, Pastores
3220 N. Carl G. Rose Hwy.
(200) Hernando -
352-341-5100 I


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Real Life Christian Church
invites you to come
worship with us.
"Lose the religion...
Worsh Caledat a 10 0 AM
Quality childcare is provided.
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Located at 1880 Trucks Ave, Hernando
563 LIFE (5433)
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State ROad 44 &
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Sundon, Bole Studs
10:00 A.M.
Sundoi Worship
1 1:00 A. M.

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


HOMOSASSA SPRINGS
CHRISTIAN
CENTER CHURCH
7961 W. Green Acres. St.,
Homosassa Springs
Marcus Rooks, Sr. Pastor
Rev. WF. Todd, Pastor
Emeritus retired
628-5076

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Location:US19AtGreenAcres
Street South of Homosessa Springs

, Christian Education
9:30am
2 Contemporary
service
10:30am
Wednesday Services

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I is open-heart surgery a year
a nd a half ago. He had to
sw itch from his beloved regu-
lar collize to decaf, and to make
it a bit more palatable for him.
1 put it in the yellow hope cup.
It was a scary time back then
and we both clung on to hope
-- hope in God to heal him and
Testore him back to health,
That cup became the only cup
he liked drinking his coffee
from and it saw him through all
of his subsequent surgeries


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scholar Solomon Schechter
ok over the leadership of the
seminary and, influenced by
fle historical school, founded
the United Synagogue of
America known today as the
United Synagogue for
conservative Judaism (USCJ).
The Conservative movement
seeks to offer a bridge between
the strict practices of the
Orthodox and the liberal prac-
tices of the Reform. Jewish law,
Halakhah, is respected and fol-
lowed in the context of modern
life. It does not seek to radical-
ly change Jewish practices but
rather acknowledge that



Continued from Page 1C

need. We know you'll provide,"'
Moore said. "Within a month,
we had everything."
They moved to Homosassa;
Moore found a job in medical
billing and her husband found
work at Cemex.
"That was in August of '01,
and then we started looking for
a church," she said.
They became members of
Lifepoint Family Church, for-
erly First Assembly of God


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and hospital stays.
He'd wake up in the morning
and ask, "Is the coffee ready? I
need my hope."
The cup had become more
than just a receptacle for a hot
beverage; it was a symbol of the
journey he we had been
through.
So, when the cup broke and
he saw his hope shatter we
both gasped. He was in a Ikmk
the rest of the day, too. Actually,
he was a bit off for a few weeks
after that. Daily he'd say things
like, "I have no hope" and "I
need my hope back."
That made me think about
the deeper implications of a

Judaism has changed over the
centuries (animal sacrifices
are no longer offered, for
example), and Judaism must
meet the needs of the modern
adherent albeit within the
context of Jewish law.
A Conservative Jew observes
the Sabbath and holidays,
keeps a kosher home and prays
daily. He/she is concerned with
making the world a better
place and with social action.
He/she is expected to study
Torah as a lifelong commit-
ment to the faith and to raise
children to be Jews. The move-
ment stresses the nationality of
the Jewish people and is an
advocate for Zionism.
Conservative Judaism stress-
es the oneness of God as the
creator and ruler of the uni-

Church in Homosassa, and set-
tled in, raising their kids and
getting involved with the
church's youth ministry.
Two years ago, Moore's dad
died of cancer and her mother
was diagnosed with pancreatic
cancer. Her youngest son had
gone through a serious illness
as well.
In the middle of dealing with
everything and learning not to
worry, but to trust, God told her
it was time to open a coffee-
house. That was last spring.
Her reaction? "Now?" But
God's timing isn't man's timing,
and she and her husband


person losing hope.
Without hope, there is no
light in the darkness. Yet, even
the dimmest flicker of hope
dispels the darkest dark, much
like a dim bulb does in a dark-
ened room.
Hope for a Christian defies cir-
cumstances. Life can be crashing
all around and yet those who
believe that Jesus is God cruci-
fled, dead and resurrected can
be unmoved. Like an anchoI;
hope keeps a person tethered in
a tempest Hope looks beyond
the pain and sadness and trou-
bles of this life to something
greater and grander, something
permanent and eternal,

verse. The Torah is considered
of divine inspiration, but
accepts many different inter-
pretations of the text There is
no one particular creed, since
Jews are allowed to come to
their own conclusions of belief.
Since the 1980s, women have
been counted as part of the
daily prayer quorum, and may
become rabbis or cantors or
read from the Torah. Mixed
seating in Conservative syna-
gogues is also allowed. Gay and
lesbian rabbis may be or-
dained, and commitment cere-
monies for gay and lesbian cou-
ples may be performed. Same-
sex marriages are not allowed.
The movement is non-funda-
mentalist and is open to new
ideas and interpretation with-
in the traditional guidelines.

stepped out on faith, just as
they had in moving here from
Fort Lauderdale. Moore con-
tacted SCORE, wrote up a busi-
ness plan and trusted that God
was leading her in the direc-
tion that he wanted her to go.
"The name God's Rock
Caf6 God put that name in
my mind," she said, "and even
though some people said it
would keep some people from
coming in, I was adamant
about keeping it"
She said the image of God
being a rock is the image of him
being the foundation of every-
thing, and she wants him to be


That's not saying there isn't
hope in this life for this life. God
answers prayers. He heals dis-
eases. Drunks and drug addicts
got clean and sober, wayward
children come home. The poor
find their way out of poverty.
Marriages are restored.
But not always.
To hope for relief in this life
can sometimes cause hopeless-
ness. To place hope and trust in
a promise God has not made
can cause despair
There's a proverb that says,
"Hope deferred makes the
heart sick" (Proverbs 13:12). So,
too, can hope misplaced make
the heart sick.

The movement is the largest
in the United States, with 700
member congregations. It
sponsors a men's club, sister-
hood, Jewish schools, youth
groups, summer camps and
seminaries. While there are
some very specific differences
between traditional Judaism
and its Conservative counter-
part, the movement realizes
that Judaism must keep up
with the times if it is to be rele-
vant in today's world. Its mis-
sion is to conserve the tenets of
the faith while entertaining the
various interpretations of
observance. It offers an alter-
native route of belief for those
who find the Orthodox move-
ment too restrictive and who
find the Reform movement too
lax in observance.

the foundation of the business
as well.
"The ministry value of hav-
ing a Christian coffeehouse is
being able to be in the commu-
nity where the people are and
to make a positive impact,"
said the Rev Tim Sensabaugh,
associate pastor at Lifepoint.
"A lot of people won't go to
church, but they'll go some-
place for coffee or a smoothie.
One thing that (Moore) knows is
that if you don't meet people's
needs on the natural level, you
won't reach them on a spiritual
level. Not that people coming
in to God's Rock will be


That's why we need the hope
of eternity, the hope of God
wiping away every tear, right-
ing every wrong and changing
every sorrow into joy The hope
that's our anchor, that cannot
be lost or broken, taken away,
scattered or destroyed.
When I saw the broken cof-
fee cup, my husband's hope all
over the floor, I prayed that it
would be restored.
A few weeks later, it was.
Tucked away on a shelf in a
bookstore sat a coffee cup with
the word "hope" written on it,
How like God to direct our
eyes toward hope, for he is a
God of hope and he has prom-

Critics of the Conservative
movement point out that its
policies are often hazy or non-
specific in its attempt to give
ear to all points of view. In
1988; the movement issued a
statement of beliefs called
Emet Ve-Emunah. The docu-
ment outlined the various
beliefs of the movement but
also stressed that Judaism
holds no specific creed or cate-
chism.
Many Jews in America grew
up in the Conservative move-
ment. The strong spiritual and
ethical background the move-
ment provided inspired these
Jews to become leaders and
productive members of society
while maintaining their Jewish
identity.
I grew up in the Conservative

preached at, but they'll be
accepted as they are and wel-
come to relax and hang out in a
positive place."
He added that, from a
church's perspective, the com-
munity board is a major asset
His church hosts 20 or more
Christian bands per year and
he said it's difficult to iget fliers
posted in local businesses. So,
for a business to welcome peo-
ple to come in with event and
program information is a defi-
nite plus.
"Starting a business is scary,"
Moore said. "Right now we're
hitting some bumpy roads


ised to never leave us without it.
I bought the cup and gave it to
my husband as a Christmas gift.
"But as for me, I will always
have hope," the psalmist said,
So will my husband coffee
cup or not.

Nancy Kennedy is the
author of"Move Over,
Victoria -IKnow the Real
Secret," "Girl on a Swing,"
and her latest book, "Lipstick
Grace."She can be reached
at (352) 564-2927, Monday
through Thursday, or via
e-mail at nkennedy@
chronicleonline.com.

movement and still remember
the excitement I caused when,
as a teenager, I chanted the
prophetic portion during the
Shavuot (Festival of the Giving
of the Torah) services in the
1960s, an honor seldom given to
women at the time. I taught in
Conservative schools and
although I am now a member of
a Reform congregation, I am
glad that I was afforded educa-
tional and participatory oppor-
tunities that might have been
denied to me because of my gen-
der in a more traditional setting.

Judi Siegal is a retired teacher
and Jewish educator. She lives
in Ocala with her husband,
Phil. She can be reached at
niejudis@yahoo.com.

because it's the beginning and
people are just starting to know
that we're here. But God's in it
and he will bring us through;
there's no doubt about that I
trust him totally.
"With my mom sick, it seems
like it's been one thing after
another, but I tell myself that if
all these things are happening,
usually it's because something
really good is about to happen.
The devil does everything to try
to discourage you, but I'm not
going to let him," she said. "No
matter what happens, no matter
how something turns out, it's
always in God's plan. Always."


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Sassi, a white with orange
22-pound cat, and Cissy, a
normal-sized orange Tabby,
are 7-year-old sisters, whose
owner can no longer care for
them because of health
problems. They are sweet,
enjoy being petted, but are
not lap cats, yet would make
quiet, unassuming pets,
either together, or apart.
Cissy is the shyer of the two
and both need to lose a few
pounds. They are healthy,
have had excellent health
care, are spayed, declawed
and up to date on all their
shots. They are independent
ladies, used to the peace and
quiet of home with a senior
citizen, and would love to
live out the rest of their lives
in the same kind of environ-
ment.
Adopt A Rescued Pet Inc.
does home visits prior to
adoptions. Phone AARPI
mom, Mary, at 795-9550 to
leave your name, number,
and pet's name, for a return
call.
Check www.adoptares-
cuedpet.com for other
AARPI pets and the
Adoption Calendar with
locations, dates and times.


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Anita Black, scoutmaster of Boy Scouts of America Troop 462, recently congratulated Paul ril
Sean Kennedy for his achieving Eagle Scout at an Eagle Scout Court of Honor at Hope 36
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Citrus Springs. He has been in scouting for 13 years since he so
was a Tiger Cub. Kennedy's Eagle Scout project was to replace a flagpole at Crystal RIver id
State Wildlife Preserve Nature Walk. Black said that this was Troop 462's fifth Eagle Scout de
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helped organize the W WHAT: Dedication rates the cross-town bike
Nature Coast Volkssport of Paul Casey trail, the new bikew
Club two years ago. The Memorial Walk. along U.S. 19 and scenic
establishment of this a WHEN: 9:30 a.m Kings Bay Drive, to spot
walking route in honor of toda manatees from the brid
her father was one of and stop at the National
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The route incorporates road depot, 190 quarters. Other sceng
buildings shown in the Crystal St" areas are Hunter Springs
Historic Tour Guide of W GET INFO: Call Karl Park, the Third Streof
Crystal River, produced Seidman, president Pier, historic downtown
by the Crystal River of Nature coast along Citrus Avenub
Heritage Council. These Ramblers Volkssport including Old City Ha
historic structures identi- Club, at 344-1531. which houses the Coastal
fled by the numbered pho- Heritage Museum.
tos in the Tour Guide can For more information
be matched to the corresponding num- about the dedication and about the
bers on the walking route map. The Nature Coast Ramblers Volksspoft
architectural features of these historic Club, call Karl Seidman, president, at
homes and locations are best appreci- 344-1531.


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Parade of Fashion
The Ladies of the West Citrus
Elks, through the sponsorship of
the Citrus County Chronicle, will
host the "Sweet Magnolia"
Parade of Fashions at 11 a.m.
Jan. 25. Doors will open at 11 to
speed up the line of attendees.
Tickets are $15 per person.
Dresses from Val's Boutique
and The Cotton Club, from casu-
al to special occasions, will be
featured. Many door prizes will
be Iven awa For ticket infor-
mat on, call Ste at 382-0868
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For other Information about the
event, call Peggy at 628-7244 or
Patsy at 563-2789. West Citrus
Elks Lodge is at 7890 W. Grover
Cleveland Blvd.
Spring flea market
tables available
The public is invited to enjoy
shopping and dining from 8 a.m.
to noon Saturday, March 8, at
the spring flea market spon-
sored by the Beverly Hills
Recreation Association, 77 Civic
Circle, Beverly Hills. Tables will
go on sale Monday at 8:30 a.m.
Tables are $10.60, which
includes tax, for members and
$12.72 for nonmembers. Along
with many tables bearing a vari-
ety of iteins, there will be
refreshments for sale and a
bake sale table provided by the
Social Committee of the
Recreation Association. For
more information, call 746-4882
from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday to Friday.

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The Nature Coast "Ramblers"
Volkssport Club is an organization of
folks who are interested in hiking, bicy-
cling and kayaking in Citrus County and
its environs. As an affiliate of the
American Volkssport Association, the
Ramblers measure and mark walking
routes designated as year-round
events that are a minimum of 10 kilo-
meters long. For 2008, the Ramblers are
adding a new walking route to its roster
of walks in the Crystal River Preserve
and Fort Cooper State Park.
The new route in the city of Crystal
River encompasses historic and scenic


areas. The walk begins at Aardvark
Kayak, at 640 N. Citrus Ave., where a
map of the route can be obtained from
the AVA box kept there.
On Saturday, the Ramblers will for-
mally dedicate this route as the Paul
Casey Memorial Walk.
Registration will be at Aardvark
Kayak from 8:30 to 9:15 a.m., where par-
ticipants can pick up maps, and fi'ee
water and snacks to carry on the walk.
The dedication ceremony will be at
9:30 a.m. at the old railroad depot (190
Crystal St.) on the walking route a short
distance fi-om the start.
Ron Kitchen, Crystal River mayor; will
be the guest speaker at the dedication.


Recently, Capital City Bank
Group Foundation again
awarded The Path of Citrus
County homeless shelter
funds toward The Path's
farming project to grow
crops. From left are:
James Segovia, market
leader, Capital City Bank;
Connie Lobel, community
lender, Capital City Bank;
Kathryn Sipper, develop-
ment and community rela-
tions, The Path; DuWayne
Sipper, executive director,
The Path; and Steve
Martin, community presi-
dent, Capital City Bank.
The Path farm project pro-
vides food for shelter resi-
dents and the community's
needy. The Path homeless
shelter is dedicated to help-
ing homeless men and
women break the cycle of
poverty and homelessness
through obtaining employ-
ment and permanent, sta-
ble housing.
Special to the Chronicle


Special to the Chronicle
Several county organizations
will raise money with a social
evening of dining and dancing:
West Citrus Elks will host its
22nd Charity Ball on Saturday,
Feb. 2. It will be a semi-formal
affair. We extend a sincere invi-
tation to all members and their
guests to attend this festive and
enjoyable event. Your atten-
dance is a great assist in help-
ing us in our charitable work in
the community.
Social hour will begin at 5
p.m. and dinner will be served
at 6:30 p.m. Choice of dinner is
prime rib or baked salmon.
Music will be provided by
Diana and Mitch from 7 to 10
p.m.
Donation is $18 per person
(tax included). Each member
will receive a letter outlining
the details.
Call the lodge at 628-1221 for
information.
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The Fourth Degree
Assembly of the Knights of
Columbus will sponsor the
38th annual Charity Ball on
Feb. 16.
The Charity Ball is a
fundraiser to benefit the chil-
dren of Pope John Paul II
Catholic School. The theme of
the Charity Ball will be "The
Founders," and the honorees
will be the individuals who
were responsible for starting
the school 27 years ago.
For this special occasion,
music will be provided by the
Encore Swing Band. This 13-
piece orchestra has a "big


band sound" and is known
throughout the state as an
excellent group. The band will
play dance music from 7 to 10
p.m. The dinner will feature a
choice of prime rib or chicken
cordon bleu. The program will
begin at 6 p.m., and the dinner
will be served at 6:30.
All tables will have eight
seats, and every ticket holder
will have a reserved seat.
The Charity Ball Committee
has worked very hard to devel-
op an outstanding program
that will be entertaining and
also help the children of Pope
John Paul II Catholic School.
To order tickets, call John
Kolley at 382-0992 or any mem-
ber of the Knights of
Columbus.
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The Dream Society is host-
ing its inaugural Mayor's Ball
from 6 to 10 p.m. April 26 at the
Citrus Hills Golf and Country
Club in Hernando.
The evening will include
dinner, live and silent auctions,
and entertainment.
Tickets are on sale now -
$50 in advance and $75 at the
door Tickets can be purchased
through The Dream Society
Web site at wwwthe dreams
ciety.orgbymail-TheDream
Society, 2659 E. Gulf-to-Lake
Highway, PMB 108, Inver-
ness, FL 34453 or at
Bottomline Bookkeeping in
Inverness.
The Dream Society is also
looking for businesses or indi-
viduals to sponsor the event
and offering table captain
opportunities.


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sock hop when '50s type mean
will be available. Music will be
by DJ Debi G. The cost for this
event is $3 admission for mene
bers and guests of West Cited
Elks Lodge 2693. w


Special to the Chronicle
Remember the good old
days, rock 'n' roll, hot rods and
drive-in movies? That's when
the music, the ears and the
people made us smile. A time


of Hula Hoops, pop-bead neck-
laces, bomb shelters in the
backyard and 'sock hops' at the
high school win. These are
memories we will never forget.
So, slick back your hair or put
on your poodle skirt and join


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projecton. 6chais, whl wa shod,


Plt I xcellout Condilion

6-9249 $00.
(352) 422-39495






4 yrs old Ing lab e w/oa mic ,
o lipghled Chia Hulch
& Romote (352) 986-6746
d~ ~~sz pkg.0 w/ DIIG OO ABE
ining 250- &CHIeNAs HUTCH



29.(352) 697-1567



0.ea. ~ eatiu An 7 V ihe curhio,
422-3995 $00.
(352) 4265-7949
OODIN RO E
x~~~~ 1. 40 2"T,1 / sh od O k

885 ch antique desk $1.00.
6-7425(352) 746-6098












(Kae's)F. $60/ew Sell 9-


mputerl $150;gs OFFEE/ED
tor $275 w/gass atop. $50/set
lce.e Ne Ok ide tables wn
s, parts & st otoraedawer.
37-5469 lik $250 (352)39-66

22 ames (352) 637-5903


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M
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terms available
RealtyMasters Realtors
1-800-523-7651
Sub-Lease Buy Invent.
Est. Consignment Store
Available ImmedlatelyI
Biind Box 1414M Citrus
Co. Chronicle 1624dN
Meadowcre 9
Crystal Rivec



FLORALCITYBAGELS
For Sale, Turn-key
Restaurant. $30K Gregi
Locatiat! 352-220-0906



COMMERCIAL LOANS
Prime to Hard Money,
investment. RFJiAll
Private, Lg Equip. loans.
Mark (352) 422-1284


Wholesale Prices


*Prloluio Inidlatin;
*Pool Hea I'umps ~li~l
Also Avalil. Iloo
D~eliveryl 746-4394


(352) 344-2928
AMOANA AC/HE
$275/ obo; SMAILL



$15(352) 644012342

Keinmoreh.lite


$150. white
(352) 419-4319
REFRIGERATOR
Water & Ice on door.
Side by Side. $400;
GAS RANGE. S.S. Whirl-
pool, 4.8 cu. ft. $200
(5) 3020.4 0
REFRIGERATOR
bisque tex ured finish.
Uike new! A yrs. old.
$375 (352) 726-2490

lyr old. $300. OBO.
Pool Table. Slate top.
regulation~ size. $450.
(352) 637-9626
Refrigerator


best reasonable offer
(352) 860-1236
WASHER/DRYER
pedestals Top of Line
Lrg Capacity, 7 mths
$2on9w/wrie ant1p5d00
(352) 422-1909




SOUTHERN
AUCTION
MARKETING &
APPRAISAL

AUCTION
O -ite Auct-Sion

3645 N Stirrup Dr.
Beverly Hills (Pine
Ridge Estates)

cr~uisr Dii h er
mower. ower AN
tools. 18 apen trailer,
9 new/antique guns.
ALL w/scopes. Gun
Safe. Broyhill furniture.
Fencton.








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10%l BP oen allsaes


M
LAWN CREW
I d.mme Openings
DR a eat es
352-628-6688

Se ITa dhly
MANAGER
To Run 6 Bed
group home for
non ambulatory
DD adults. HS Grad

b d
resume, with letter of
interest and 3 per_
sonal references to.
Key Training Center
130 Heights Ave'
Inver se t n34452.
Cabot McBride, *EOE'










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WORK WHILE
THEY ARE SLEEPING...
PLAY THE REST OF THE

Chronic Home
Delivery Routes
a dabl Sev al
Great part time work.
Must have previous
delivery experience
and two vehicles
available. Call
563-3201 and leave
name, phone
number and brief
experience history
on the answering
machine.
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NOW HIRING
LOCALLY
Large national
organization.
Avg. Pay $20/hr.
Over $55K annually.
Including full
be fit M el I
F/T & P/T
1-866-515-1762
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4" Cssonrt Slab
cl.$29,99 finsaled
+ 32 Fi.Eninere Plns


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Carpet Factory Direc
Sales Install Repaid
LamInate, tile, wood S
disc. (352) 341-0909 I
COMPUTER ARMOIRE
38 x Lots a rg.
LOCKABLE TRUCK TOO
BOX Fits 64" bed. $126
(352) 564-0755
Elect. Insert Fire Place
w/ heater, new $375
New running boards
$375. New Tiller, Tro
$675.obo Love Se
Recliner 352 -465-6
GENERATOR
Watt. C
H a Mtr. A om
8 hrs. use. UkeT
r"adkes1,6 )rsd79-6
GENERATOR
Brand New Colem
Still in box!! 5000 w
10HP First $450 takes
(352) 746-7754
Kegerator & Bar
S gs br 2rC
over $4,500. aski
$1750. (352) 344-3
(352) 527-0635
PATIO GRILL
Deluxe (Ducane Mer
Ian) 5 Burner warm>
Drws & 2 gas burn
S.S. $1500 Brand Ne 1
(352) 563-0578
PLAYSTATION II
1 controller, 8MB
memory, all cable 2
games, carrying : ae
Mint. cond. c..g c. .
$150. (352) 560-3414
9 9 9 9 9 9 -
SEND YOUR C

OV DNOPNE

6 lines $15.95
(With artWork)
ST er additional II
A will run und
Happy Notes on
Feb. 14, 2008



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or







Tues. 2008
4pm.
CALL TODAY
(352) 563-596
9 9 9 9 9


M
Serving the Developmentally
Disabled Since 1966.


$ Increased pay rates and
competitive benefit package for
all F/T employees after 90 days


Positions Available:

Residential- F/T & P/T

StoreClerk-P/T

DRUG FREE WORKPLACE

Apply at the Key Training Center
Business Office
130HeightsAve.,Inverness
352-341-4633
(TDD: 1-800-545-1833 ext.347)
*EOE*
737365


.
TIC BED


DoubleBed
$500 bo
(P Ree
$150.obo
o

A round
ught iron,
ded arm
llers $245
6-4640
et, blond.
52 table,
rt>ack
5.
5-7886
RM. SET,
. Table w/6
m glass top
, $500.
3-6799


Is tiFU
NU2 U FU
Homosassa
45" ROUN
TABLE W/
matching b
grey met
(352) 62
ADJUST
TwinNXL Li
(352) 38
Adjusta
Twin $
King Sz. f
Bakers R
(352) 79

n I rs
35 -e2 0

$6
2 Entertainm
Be r
352-746-587
Bedroom
armoire, wh
$30
looks
(352) 63
BED
SINGLES (Cr
Like New, $5
or $275
(352) 62
BEDS + BED
Tea (8torati
Fr.SO%/70%
Twin $119 +
Queen $199
Please cal

$4 ak ea
P
tSet Ba r r
a
(352) 46
CITRUS HO
Like New
Buy & Sell, H
352-621
COU
Plaid, Exc. C
CRAFTMA


Croftmatic
exc
t draws
scratches

D
Elegant A
glass/wro
tbl. A pad
chairs w/ro
(352) 74
Dlnette S
oval. 38 x
18" Ip .de
T
$7
(352) 79
DINING
Country style
chairs, custo
& Hutch
(352) 61


7. Have More Family Dinners


1. Get Your Taxes Done
2. Get Fit
3. Eat Healthy
4. Get Organized
5. Enjoy Life


6. Take A Vacation


Winners will be contacted by phone.


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Automatic, Air Conditioning,


IN( STOCK ANVD READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! '*~~ sC'~dWRBis~~IW~l~~lS


DlaneBn


Ends 1/25/08 end of business day. All prices plus $399.00 dealer fee plus tax, tag & title. All lease 48 months with $1999 down. Severity of credit/debt will affect down payment, monthly payment. and APR.


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AM,'FM CD, Power
Windc.ws;Locks'Mirrors. T.It Wheel
Outside Temperature Gauge
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1987 CHEV V 10 SERIES
5,995t


1997 BU CK CENTURY


200: 1 DDERM IKP15020 ERUYGAN AQI


2004DO ENEON2004 PONTIA GRAND AM


2003 CHRYSLER SEBRING
*12 988t


2005 CHEVY MALIBU
*12 887


2006 DODGE CARAVAN 200500DGE RAM PICKUP1500
s15, 95t sl5,995t

v 2004 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER 2004 0000E RAM PICKUP 1500
*15,998t sl 6, 95t

2006 HYUNDAI SANTA FE 2004 FORD EXPEDITION
8800958 D90047A
*16,995? *17,450?

2005 DODGE DAKOTA 2006 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN
*17 957 sl9/88t

2005 FORD EXPLORER SPORT TRAC 2005 DODGE MAGNUM
*19 888t *19 495t

'; 2007 MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER 2006 DODGE RAM PICKUP 1500
*25,988? *26, 88t

LL. 4 @' 2006 DODGE RAM PICKUP 2500 2007 00DGE RAM PICKUP 2500
8801098
*29,950t *42,9951


THREE CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
1005 South Suncoast Blvd., Homosassa, Florida
2077 Highway 44 West, Inverness, Florida
14358 Cortez Blvd., Brooksville, Florida


(866) 434-3064


Cmms CouNTY (FI) CanaNaul


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1999 FORD ESCORT
s5,998t

2006 SUZ KI GSXR
s7,995t

1 2005 FORD FOCUS
I- 'E
s9,988t


202 ODE NTEPD


SPrice and payments exclude tax, ta~g, title and dealer fee of $499.50 and includes $1,000 down


2005 ORD OCUS2005 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER


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TAMPA


Why buy used?
SINilLAR SAVINGS ON ALL SUZUKI MODELS

02
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AMRICAS #I $UZUlO DEALER FOR CUSTOMER SATISFACTION (SALES & SERVICE)


16.C SATU~RDAY; JANuARYn LY, 2008


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just East of
Suncoast Pkwy.
Exit 46
Brooksville


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AII offers with approved credit. No limit on $500 customer cash offer. Best price and finance guarantee; Best prioe customer must present bona fide signed buyers order from competitive dealer on exactly equipped same make/
model. (We reserve the right to purchase said vehicles from other dealer). Some vehicles may require factory order. Order yours today. $0 Down/$199 month on select models. 84 mos. @ 8% apr. AII prices and payments include
$499 dealer delivery fee. All prices and payments based on dealer retaining all program rebates and incentives that customer must qualify for. $5000 finance guarantee on select models and may necessitate substantial down
payment or trade equity. $7498 Forenza price based on $3999 down or trade equity, plus tax, tag, title. All offers for Citrus County residents of 18 years or older with valid drivers license and proof of insurance. Test drive offer limit
one per family per 6 months. See dealer for complete details. All offers expire 1/31/08.


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HERNSANDO
3199 Bufatlo Ln off
Hwy001o 50 st/ Ist, sec



Ce 3/2 1,0 ders roof


$700. stse 35st, sec




2 $500 mo Ist/| ast/sc
Avail.. 2/1b 382-788
352-637-1142 220-1341

INVERNESS
32/ $500 2a m /2 60
Clan/crnd patimo.








21DW Cbana Furont.

727-492-128442


E MTAl 4
araller


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BlVERLY HILLS
188w s 7.no obtu,<.12/2/1
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lientatollinMeek
3/2/2Pretty Home $800
CRYSTALRIVER
2/15TownhouseComm Pool $650
2/2tameHe $695
icarportl33 Jefferson $650
2/2/112S.Columbus..... $700
3/2/2Large, 011 USoSPRINGS
H MOSASSA
3/2FireplaceS $775
3meageous $1300









CRYSTALRIVER
in Neat a clean; No
smoking 352-795-4384
CRYSTAL RIVER
Newly Renovated
1 BR efficiencies w/fully
equip. kitchens. No
contracts needed-
Next to park/ Kings BaY
St rt 5 d v2




NI EL ) 6-S D /1
Great neighborhood.
min mu 2m t 61
HOMOSASSA
Fully furn. efficiency
Apts for Rent in


INVEALRNVESS
2/1es $575m. $82 oc

9a-6m352 -341-4379


,SIO.MM. F lsig

Starting78 axt $35.


1000 Sq I Ued to ea o
Plaeriao. AmlePrkr/ong,
(352) 726-6640



















$10.00/m. Borkr/owner







F (352) 4228-7902
INVEALRNVESS
ReliUlatl5352-344-05234


CITRUS HILLS

$71 S50/mo. FLSbO s
Sm. abe.Stuio/ condw/
pool $5s0352)4-5628597

Wretater, tf 1 of &
Noselnd ts @tis icl
$120o727-510 09287

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SMWa 2/2, Carp. ort
Furn.x, $850. Mo. Retor
Sae352 746-4611


C~iRH~l;i~


INVERNESS

$800/mo .Ist//stDe. FE











(352) 344-560

HETERNAD 2/ol$650eN

NOCIRUSSPING NHew3/2
$0/o352-489-06729

Seniors welcome


Pine Ridge $500
Cn ernsn Acres $7



ADVANCED
HOME BUILDERS
NEW YEAR
SPECIALS
(352) 694-2900

ADVANCE
HOME BUILDERS

NO PAYMENTS

Or a

NEW HOMES!
Call Now!
(352) 694-2900

5% down 20yrs at


OIR CITREUAL






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A AN NUSSO
3.9% Listings
INVESTORS
RESIDENTIAL SALES
COMMERCIALSAE
(352) 422-6956
ANSO.O


METAL DElkCTOR


RAINBOW RIVER
MEMBERSHIP
remaining. $0+
transfer costs
(352)726-7326






Fire/TheSA rFof 30'H x
22'D x 22'W 250Lbs
$1so50(52) 465-4691
SAXON MATH
TEXT BOOKS
$40/set
(352) 341-1142
X-Box 360, wireless
control; internet ready
"'tothhs odrn $3
(352) 400-2856




HydraulicChis
Teel I 0. ea


MEEN T EE ,


Eecsytr c aj Razy





40bo(352) 57228 9 6








Booth space avail.
Jane's Gifts ol-Glory
201888/527-1993



LOWRY ORGAN
Mxe 0,nd S Mono
352-795-7822
PINwURLnTZERe
price $1,000.
Selling price $700 obo





System w/leg Ext.350







S$50 (352) 382-50430
EXERCISE BIKE

Roadtster DVs$2

S(352) 634-2004






$123 E2)D4 5 lL239








(WS9 3POb Peower Ha
HearLotrae$5
(352) 327-33791



Lnsies thn lyr ol. ike
(352) 46-5-640


IENEW5 3/2 Carpot Fr
Shed, coverced t

po.0Frch locatedin s


FR/oretGln omm
ToBRon tin ace 4


dn-25 or 2047


Homosassa ALL utilities






































2 BEDROO APTS. i
Startng t 48.












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$3500 Move youint


Car Illca ActionR

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&otc KNOLLWOD

1121 &45 N 5

ClaTII 352 3442-1010


CHASSAHOWITZKA

















no2/ pe/Ot; $550m to
obu.(727) 4135-180









Duplex on Canal, giarea
dowep. (83) 9-66340 2
CNVRYSTA IVR
Studio At, FesWter n
furn. alol utltnies include





(352) 5637-0524


CL~ASSIF~IEDS


SA.IllHI()AY, JANUARIY 19, 2008~17C


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HOMOSASSA Veync
3/2 Scue, 1x o crean
fun beach, $85w000
(600352) 726-3692


INVERNESS older 4/2
SW w/full addition~ on
1.2SAC W/Lg., shed
w/cement fir. May put
in 2nd home-N~o F~ee
$59k (352) 503-6506



I Home
g Come 'lSe~e Sun e
Sof Homosassa, Fl.
Guaranteed to save
Syou 85,000 to
S$20,00odqelnangyof
SPalm Harbor Honnes
S(352C 74-7308


PALMNH RBOR
SLOT MODELS
(DON'lT MISSOOUI)I
I THIS IS N





LANo e& OE


New W c

352-621-9183
NEW JACOBSEN
2008 MODEL
28 x 52, 3/2, Country Kit
18" Ceramic Tile, 2 x 6
construction 30-19-22
Insulation $10,000

in ga er opin ,

Hw (rbormy $90.
3/2 120 f faur ng

Pal Harbor's

SIndustry leading I
Mighty Man
SConstruction & stand














oNLY $49,900- E 51


BEVERLY HILLS


BEVERLY HILLS
l$ 5P(352 )746-3%i0A
BEVERLY HILLS
2/1, $280/bi monthly
8750 movein. 220-0592
BEVERLY HILLS
2/1, $650. mo 1st. last. &
dep req. W&D. No pets
/smoking 352-427-2202
BEVERLY HILLS
2/1/1 CG+ fm.rm.
$635/mo 795-1722
BEVERLY HILLS
2/1/1 FL Rm. $650
352-400-4275
BEVERLY HILLS
2/1/1 Fl. Rm CHA,
S$650.+Sec























(352-382-1344


BEVERLY HPILLS
2o /2/1, Fm m 695.mo
697133. (386)649-2406

202 ceS 12 Babor .Nie
2R/1/1m-. 625+



s1-25 o 2047


R v1. tonh es
Aeia(352)400-86221

CHA,2 ti~leo Ne crpt,
W&D/, strg. 750/m.14
N ai t352-795-2737





3/ Citrus Sprin s &
$800mo., Gloria (352)
CIRUS SP RINGS
1/1/1, Pets Nergy. 5.
1st/1s/mo sec 352-49-149
se.90352-560-23/2-0229


DutchmVaster Reall $



shted Gigreatschols
Spotless Immedltel
preduced 11(352)
527-3953/427-7644


CLRYSAL RIVER
32/1.5. Townoussqt o
2/1e House $650e N

2/t. 1/2/m Nk/CLea$00

352-464-2716


NOTICE




Petws for ale, so.

(dosaleg or0 eu
Boton be aleas Shwe s
Ac erfcalte per .

26le wk Fmal, sots
asig$200. e.'
(352- 302-74115

BAKCfu Health Cert
nim/ ale, 73 mos old
(352) 50382-518
CHIHUAHUA PUPS
Beautfu Health Cert.
1Fm2 Mle$00 & up
(352) 560-7326
DCHIHUHUAPUS
Regt Health Cesrt.d C


(352) 406-u@23


CITRUS HILLS



22' 000sfd/ non laca, xre
$225 4 e in sedv

CITRUS HILLS





CRE~nE OFINACN
2/2/ OpnenFor Plan90
Drs(352) 787-3481

DAILY OPEN HlOUSEio

PINE RIDGE
8:30am to 6:00pm
4601 N. Capistrano Lp.
Call Realtor for Info





SOLUTIONS FOR

























SlowP Credt O
Purchase/Ref.45


Ove 310sf ral
throuDWghouargeu I

Lod~cated~on quit I
I Are mn Lotrs )
Nee ar, Lake Rousu
Priclvaed toSellir (
$69527) P & W..C.


20FLEETOO DW HM
3/2/2a ,91\carot 1X6
wrkh.Lrg fennced
bk yrd. FP 386c.

(352) 726-73226


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CITRUS COUNTY

4REA TYn RVICES
A Commercial leases


A Vae n nS es
A n enta

www.ccrservices-
homestead.com

LANDMARK
REALTY

We have a
Variety of rentals
ranging from $450

neu I n:-

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


SEND Y OUR
LOVED ONE
A VALENTINE

6 IInes $15.95
(with artwork)
$1 er addition line
A will run under
Happy Notes on
Feb. 14, 2008




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Tues. Feb. 12. 2008






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BABY FEMALE
DONKEY
7mo. old. $500.


1 yr. Old, friendly,



2/1 $500m. 85e. $9
(352) 447-0333



CRYSTAL RIVER
2/2 & 3/1, No pets,
Starting @ $550. mo.
(352) 795-3605


Did you ever wonder













left over iemsfom


Thfersw koft~ror

Struna ine ad S0
Calfor5 dast.
(352) 5263-5966

(352) 726-40902



PupIes PurSCebreed

& atn, ony$200 Taking A
depoits. Ready 3401


hAKCChampion /0

Humaeet Sciety

Spaye &/ Neuter

Staurti ng a $120,

(352) 672-18801
LargeBrd Cage'
tosuitable for Lare Brds
$150. obo
(352) 460386-90
MEINIES k CHPUNDS
SHealth Cert. MUST SEE!
$350-54500
(352) 56-47-9 2

5al mos. old. Beautifl&




c age, w/ pemlayen
.homs e oly, serious


toys, tabF.lea to prch
1 k $100. obo
(352) 560-38562


|CITRUS SPRINGS


I/ IC tge -
S O0p/w 1st 111aos 2
ws. + sec. 1.
Ct22/1 House 8240 p/w
=s 2 & a0t ws. sec
veriiable income & ref
$35.00 opplicoffon fee
for background check.
P Call 352-628-1062 *
INVERNESS
clean, larger,2or 3/2/1
Fl. rm., scr. por $825,
2/2/1, FI. Rm., fenced
yard. $750. No pets or
smoking (352) 344-4453
(352) 344-2500
Renl TCA EN YIN El
REALTY
ALL PRICE RANGES!
Call:352-637-3800
or see ALL at








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Green. &o liTee. 3/22 g
Executive78 hoex 0
coR 125.00/mo Wil










BAK OREOSURE



SBeautimful 2r ew


furnished all utilities in-
cluding phone & ca-
ble. Rent by week or
month. 352-628-7682


6 x 12, single axie
$350.obo,

w/racks. Dual axel,
4859h) 53-46








godeO, V noseYfold
down dooirs frn t &


(352) 201-0981


BRN NEW HOMES



'04 3/2 D/W many
upgrades Backs up to
woods 5star 55+ CR
-ParkS86,900
(352) 795-1897















D 2/2, Cryst+alivr .
55+l GaedLoaked View
Furn', Clean, hNo





55+T PARK, QuaLit new
DeW2/2,2x" alls, crprt
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2007 FORD EDGE
PMi347, WAS $22,999
2007 CHRYSLER 300
PMl351, WAS $26,999


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(352) 302-0229
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community. Close to
Heated pool. $129,900
Call (352) 746-9772


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Sale ic $6500 inenoro


'06, 1800 VTXa, 4,2000 i
4i yr arr. Bke, Sr. wnr
Nw $17500/el $9,7000 o
boh(352) 527-7971

2003 VTXa 1800C, red.1M
Extras. $6,99 1782 S.9



Every optur. 45, 6999.
17820 Si. Gettyburg


VT9 ZX 1300, '0 e Hrarle
Newd Conditio $85900
ob(352) 795-9706


HOhdA S13000b
$600352-2290-237



KAWASKI
11500 Vil u vr lant
ownk sanddslvebas
windhiel $8,000 for8
KAWASKI




1000 Concoutrs, 1999

11,00 mi.ta $4500 u
(352) $341-1



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(352-2490-0815

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$,000 min Wextras. nf

420 50 m ie ey la
$ 8000 32-309725-2585


ReP n e Ent
1ne Citrus County Board
of county Commissioners
will be selling surplus
property and equipment
vla the intemet at
govdeals.com from
Janua 2 to
Published seven (7) days
consecutively in the Citrus
County Chronlcle Jan. 13
thru Jan. 31.2008.


m
citrus Hills condo
End Unit, Many Extras,
SOCIAL MEMB. @ Terra
Vista AVAILABLEl
By Ownet $135900
(352) 527-3831
Orystal Landings
2/2 1st Flt Condo fuln..
Crystal River, conven
ient to shopping
$113,000. (352)563-5578
GREENBRIAR TWO
End cottage, unfurri
2/2'erprt Newer apph s
AC & ivil htr glassed in
Ianai Nice neighbors &
H 1 0
Call (352) 746-9772
3/2 $199/mo HUD Home
5% down 20yrs at
: 8 3p F ti s a
ifANK FORECLOSURE
6BR, $25,000 2BR
-03000 F Ei in 4




LAUREL RIDGE
Golf Course. Prime
Dn on 3 d reen.

Purchase. $229.900
Ownt/Brkr352-220-1634


M

NNC.oMoCUaNbn ell,
on 2 Acres. $99,900.
FREE BROCHURE
Of Mountain and River
Front Acrea
828-652-8700e


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$81,500., 5o ACRo s 1.0
Elomososa near col-

(352-53 763210697240


CIT.HILFARVEW ST.
/ WOODED ACRE LO

BAC Ltsf. Scrn orch.
Y Ondergon $41,500/obo
1592 1e. ko Pt 2 e
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C'LASSI~TFIDS


CHEVY
New lires & exhaust.
Cold AC. Runs great!

DODGE
'0,Grand Caravan,
Super cleon, Bring
the Family $7,988 or
Onl8 65-. 3M-. 3 C
1- 66-38- 3
DODGE
2500Extendd 8 Rns
(35r2ea3t448 0

DODGE
'94, 1-Ton Work Van*
Ex Painters Van*
(352) 20 58
DODGE
Carava 94Rn/Loks

G352 E37-595
Caravan 98 Acyl
30mpg, A/C 154k mi
great shape!$2250
(352) 344-3411
FORD
90,000 miles, Excel.
352-746-6624
FORD
69K. Warr, thru 75K,

FORD
2001, E-150, Hi Top



FORD
'98 Winds ar Umi es6

7 pass., dual AC, NS,

FORD
Shelves. PW PL A/C,
FMCss.mag whis new
(32 3417078
HONDA

sliding doors., clean

PLYMOUTH
Grand Voyager '94,
battery & brakes.


OMR CITREUAL









A AN NUSSO
3.9% Listings
IVSO S

HoIDndIa Civc 94 $00
PoliEceImpouns! E
onFor s no asers,


TOYOTA
03 .7CamryLlE, Lodd)4
windowlocks/soofs cen
$890 (35) 628-6537 ~jg
LI I I
STOYOTA
Cool'03, Camry XLE,
Low l, B netter Hurry
I $1,99. o $23.90. m
L AC8683-4 0- 6

Be97, Camry LE 0
Auto, sunroAuof clean,
OC cnly $4,990.,
La52 72 7m 1


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SEA NYMPH
12 ft., V Boat & trailer.
no motor, great cond,
$800.
(352) 447-7291
SEA NYMPH
95, 16 25 Hp. Johnson .
Joi drive, now I illr.
Runs great! I I
(352) 628-3845
Sea Pro
'OI, 18 it., CC. 90 mere.,
salt water, GPS, Sonal,
741b rolling mtr. gal irl
all the extras, $9,500.
352 341-4023

zg, SEAS Om. w/
tndm trlr. Bim top, troll
mtr. am/fm runs great
$12,400 (352) 748-5005
SEARAY
12865hBownderkw/ ir
220 hp. Many opts

S a )1
Bimini/trl. mtr/Trlr/stereo
$4900 352-795-4770
SHALLOW SPORT

PANGA BOATS
IN STOCK
@
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THREE RIVERS
MARINE
(352) 563-5510
SPORTSCRAFT
252. 27', 'O2, Cabin,
Loaded, new trlr, Turn
key, Call for all extras!
Must Sell! lst $30,000
obo (352) 795-4410
SUNTRACKER
'06, PONTOON 24ft
party barge, am/fm cd'
stereo, sink, changing
room. 2 fwd fishing
chairs, live well. Mere
60 HP EFI 4-stroke big
foot with bal of mfg's
5Cyear wrtydntw er,
sissoo (as2) 563-2986
Thompson Fishrmn
26 '90, 7.4 L Volvo, WO.
Runs Great! W/trlr.
$6,800 (352) 621-0848
TRIUMPH
17' 'O2 Bass boat. 50HP
Color GPS/FF Bim. top.
New elec. mtr. Exc.
$8750 (352) 341-1297

5 5 tr e

paddles, jackets, $4,250
obo (352) 447-4436
Wanted: Boots in Need
of Rep ,MalCoambo

(352) 212-6497
WELLCRAFT
1987. 250 Sportsman
25', Gas eng., 30" dra
260 hp 1/O, alum. trlE
$8,500(352) 344-9651


AIR BOAT BANDIT
tal eng., w/ trlr, great
con-d.. iny,. $9.500.
Cell (352) 489-1384
H (352) 341-0509
AIRBOAT
Alumn 16' P'anlthl. D~iLoci
drive, less than b: hours
On 1plop. & eninO IC
8500( (352) 489-3440
BAY LINER
24 ,Cruiser. `92, 1/O
Sleeps 4 rn Lg Ecabin
$8.500 (352)621-0848
BAY LINER
Ciera `90 16ft 85hp
Force Motor, Depndbl.'
Walk thru WindShid
\/-hull. INsw Ba 23s0
727-207-1619 Crst Riv
BERTRUM

1 99 2 5H P J oh ns S



Tax Deductible when
donated to a 43 yr
old non-reporting
M ritim Mn s re
A (352) 795-9621 A











TrK Hull 5 0P Suzuki,
$10.(352) 422-7185















galv tandem tri. Gea
Q(352)Q 637-5171

1780 DLX T, 90HPMr'
etASI r 6 voe il ter
$12,200o. (8165) 74618
(bo352) 795-2967

4 3 L Merc. 1/O, Canvas
cover BG7 GPSt, Depth
Finde /ralr, VH5 .G. Ac,






14tAlum3S Th 7870o
27 -44 3 2w blkts. off CR
(352)9586-1855
15'6DY hA ow
Hours, Woaeso eTrl 2
swic fishingob seats.55
3el02 5-64379/2-4919

Moo crir ut gUerF

$1,200. 352)e 628-6284



IERLASS BO AT
18'o GALV. TRL. 70 hp
Jo~hnson bieen rtepai
17' Cutom Bult tunnel
with) 04 -90h Mrc


PROLINE
204, 2 ft., 225 Honda,

(352) 750-1598


FORD
'00, F350 Turbo Diesel,
clean. luns great,
low mi., $18,000. firm
(352) 465-0878
FORD
01i F-150XLT Super Crew,
Tow pkg. Loaded,
$9500/ obo
(352) 628-4053



FORD
S'02, Sport Trak I

mI great tuck asing l


n IrP~.A 9

FORD
'87, E-350 BOX TRUCK.
Rebuilt 351. $2.250
(352) 628-1 196
FORD
'97, F-3SO XLT, diesel,
pwr. strk. Banks Turbo,
168K, Crew Cab,
duallie, auto, AC.
$6.800 (352) 621-0848
FORD
'99, XLT, 62k miles,
ext. cab, PW &PL,
5740 _(32 67~6706
FORD
F 150 Lariat `05 Super
cab 5.41tr 4x4, auto, ,
6cd, leather, Bed
Cover/Liner Tow/Cmpr
Pkg 39k Mi. $21.500
(352) 621-0675




NISSAN
'01 Frontier XE, diamond
paste tobaou oe ti
clean. $4,85505(352)

SUBURBAN
'97 4x4, towing pkg*
load, nw jt black
trade (352) 688-7269
TOYOTA
'06 Ta coma
Cod Autr 1 0k Wh
$9.999 (3520 697-1200









elasi tuach /rad. $15


113k mi. $4,00.ot O




or Trade?(352) 860-1426


2 YAMAHA
WAVE RUNNERS, 2000.
GP760, w/trailer,
$4,800/both.
(352) 257-1355

SEADOOE TsSE '07
130hp, Intercooled,
Amo. old, grg kept ,only
16hts, seats 3, dbi trir, 3yr
wrty. & mnt contract, pd
$26k asking $18k (352)
341-3188




PONTOON
22ft, Palm Beach, & trlr.
60 Pth tah Am
used only 4 mos., has
4+yrs, warr remaining
$5,800. (414) 550-2464







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NEW.
PFO Line W Sport
90 HP Honda, Trailerlocluded


*20 90!
1551 S. Suncoast Bivd
Homosassa FL 34448

'


200729 VELTRADECKBOAT$36,495
Mercury50Lenginealuminumtrathrloaded
200724' SUNCHASERPONTooN
FishYamahaF115,traibr$19,995
200519FIESTAPONT00N$9,800
Johnson40.haibrandmore
2003Yamaha15HP$1,495
2002Mercury9.9HP $1,100
2001YamahaZ200TXR(HPDI)
ExtendedWarrantyAvailable$9,995


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condrl. $27,500, obo






ENDRAEAVOR



Out,0 levllrs backup
Lde (352) 226-7794

















'95,36. WB. 460 Ford,
roofng alr, s l veligjak,
rnsc eceld. $22,500
(352) 382-2944


3/2/2 on Lake


Furniture inldd
$265,0 32 2-05
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35)795-1555
FSBO FLORAL CITY
2 UNIQUE HOUSES
I w/ingr. ool Adj. lots
Buore both. m ATI





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HOMOSASSA 2/2 ON
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HOMOSASSA
Riverhaven. Move-In
(352) 422-4261
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(352) 796-0784
SCell 422-7925
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Broker (R)10wner
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1-15 HOUSES WANTED
Cash or Terms
John (352) 228-7523
www.FastFloridaHouse

WE BUY HOUSES
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El Dorad ouring '
(352)rir 341-105 sp.


'7,Stnrafoer 30 yrs 939



GTO
1967, The real deal,
older restoration, just
out of storage $25k
(352) 621-0666




Volkswagon
Super Beetle Cony. '78
Runs/look good!
$4000. (352) 212-4477








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CHEVRLT


S'03, Trailblazer, LIZ I
Leather sunroof and I
more. Hurn; 11,990.
Sor $219 AMo. WAC I
1-866-838-4376
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CHEVY
'0,Silverado, 1500LT.
prekmiu vequip 19kmi
18,000.n $527-27 ob
201 S98-107 3 dr, 72, 4


2000 Sportsman 500
P .ier t w les nfer
(352) 302-23800



'05 TR30. 5sd Rhev.

$2,30 obom No trades,
(352) 628-9848 Lv. Mess.
'0,Sportsm 500,
'4 x 4, lke nw es hn
200 miap. 4,750.
(352) 526-74160

50 CC 4 Whmeele wn
$450 firm. No trades.
(352)el 6328-9848Lv.Mess








8.04 i, Gar. kept.
Greatshap. $475
(352) 7826-972


BUICK






Whlsr, Sunthr.o Leathe,

352- 447-2466/2 20-8076




FORD
'02, Excped iitonEddie


FORD
0 Exploreralimided.


'05, Escape, limited.
$ 9,900. (3p52)419-24319





HONDA
S'OO Pas ,sport 4 ,4d,
dptions + lPwr.Suro &
DV. rant Shape 82K Ne


S$219. AMo. WAC
1-866-838-4376
L " "
JEEP
'OD, Grand Cherokee,
Laredo, 4 x 4, 4.7 V8,
towing pkg., 79k mi
$8,500. (352) 527-6424











Grend hr eo '98 V 4 i
tnttw pkge. Clun brds,



I 352-526-091769

ML500! SPEIA EDITION cl
2-005, 26k91 mi. 4 WD,

AoieI pobsun/nonrf
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Siennora '9 V684kMi,
A (352) 726-0919


Honda Civic '94, $400


Cr AUlTOMBIE
DONATIONS
Tax Deductible

43 year old
Non-reporting




501-C-3dle Chearty
$370(352) 795-9621







038, 32EL4dOrV6,auto
Palowht 0 mi.Bletn
Exeleathe, warr.'O9
$18.800 (435)7573-0698
CADILLAC
9 Sevi,.lle SLS, 85K,
White/saddlem. Gract
$370(352) 220-1634
CADIRLLAC
signatue series 25mpg Dl
Eanorhsart bnreautiful
dependablxe 90k m. es

350.(352) 795-7876


Mint Condn. ~Dealr


Excellont. condtion
$800(352) 527-8682







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450k mi, Excs Cod.est.
Oer352-22-49-625


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$6,995


'O4 VOLVO XC90


'06 FORD RANGER


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BALT LT '98 OLDSMOBILE SILHOUETE
35 *3 995


'04 FORD F150 STX


Leather int, loaded, one owner


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05 10R6D F250 SUPER CAB 4x4 '07 FORD E350 CLUB WAGON XLT '03 FORD MUSTANG GT
25,995 16 995 12 995



'05 FORD 500 '03 FORD F150 SUPER CAB atF0aRo GUSO9
Heritage edition, one owner
*1 O,995 *1 3 995 *3 995


CHEVY S10 CREW CAB LS 4X4


'04 HONDA ClVIC LX


oneower naa vv n nuu nues


'99 FORD F-150


106 FORD MUSTANG GT


'08 FORD ESCAPE XLT
14995


'05 DODGE RAM 3500 4X4 SLf
*25,995


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