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Title: Citrus County chronicle
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
Inverness Fla
Publication Date: February 9, 2008
Copyright Date: 2008
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escapes jail


Boys basketball
Lecanto, Citrus attempt to
move on to tonight's District
4A-6 finals. For results, please
see: Page 1B
WEIGHT VS. SAFETY:


Seat belt use
A new study found that seat
belt use declines as body size
increases, and not all car
makers offer bigger belts or
extenders./Page 6A
RELIGION:
Great
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Good
Shepherd
Lutheran
Church's
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tor knows
where
Inverness is the original
Inverness./Page 1C
OPINION:

Three Sisters
Springs is an
environmental
jewel in Citrus
County, and ... a
high-density
complex would
devastate the
property.

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Former nurse missing
from DeSoto County
Chronicle
Bruce Alan Young, the Citrus Memorial hos-
pital nurse who was convicted of sexually bat-
tering seven patients during their stay in the
recovery room, escaped Friday from a DeSoto
County jail.
Young, 59, reportedly escaped from the center
at 1:25 a.m., DeSoto County Sheriff Vernon Keen
Please see RAPIST/Page 5A


TIPS WANTED
X Anyone with information that could lead to
Bruce Alan Young's capture is urged to call
the DeSoto County Sheriff's Office at (863)
993-4700.

Bruce Alan Young, a former recovery room nurse
convicted in 1995 of sexually molesting seven
women at Citrus Memorial hospital while they
were sedated, escaped Thursday from the
Florida Civil Commitment Center in Arcadia. He
is seen in this 2006 file photo talking to his
public defender, Elizabeth Osmond.
Chronicle file


One week down


BRIAN LaPETERlChronicle
Citrus County Sheriff's deputy Jon LaBelle gives a warning ticket Thursday to a speeder on Northwest 19th Street in Crystal
River. A week after the Citrus County Sheriff's Office took over law enforcement operations, things are going smoothly, officials
say.

Change in law enforcement moving smoothly in Crystal River, county


CRUSTY LOFTIS
cloftis@chroniclepolin ne.com
Chronicle
So far, so good.
That's how officials believe the tran-
sition between the Citrus County
Sheriff's Office and the Crystal River :
Police Department is going.
Last Thursday, the City of Crystal
River dissolved the police department
and began contracting for law enforce-
ment services with the sheriff's office.
The decision was made based on the


The biggest prob-
lem, if it's a problem, is
just moving in.

Lt. Charlie Simmons
Citrus County Sheriff's Office.
agency's promise to save city taxpayers
about $500,000 the first year alone.
"It's going good," Lt. Charlie Simmons


said. "The biggest problem, if it's a prob-
lem, is just moving in."
The sheriff's office is taking over the
building that the police department
occupied for decades. Furniture, com-
puters and records are being
rearranged and changed. Surplus prop-
erty such as uniforms and guns are
being cataloged and sold off.
The biggest change visible to the com-
munity is the sight of sheriff's deputies
patrolling school zones, responding to
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Neighbors

mourn

shooting

victim

KERI LYNN MCHALE
kmchale@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Inverness Highlands resi-
dents are mourning the death
of 34-year-old Tara Nagri and
consoling a father who lost his
only daughter. Neighbors
heard the bullets that shat-
tered what they called a "quiet
community."
"I heard the shots," Lorraine
Florio, neighbor of the Nagri
family, said. "It really is a
tragedy. She was a lovely girl."
Around 6 p.m. Thursday,
deputies arrived on scene of
an apparent murder-suicide,
according to a Citrus County
Sheriff's Office press release.
They found the shooter,
Richard Glen Stephens, 35,-of.
900 Kuhns Lane, Lecanto, and
Nagri dead in the driveway of
6156 E. Devon Lane, the news
release further states. Nagri
lived at the residence with her
father, Bob Nagri, neighbors
said.
.''We believe Mr. Stephens
rode a bicycle to the resi-
dence," Gail Tierney, Citrus
County Sheriff's Office spokes-
woman, said. Detectives found
the bicycle in a wooded area
across the street from the resi-
dence, Tierney said.
Detectives also think Stephens
confronted Nagri as she was
getting out of her car, Tierney
added.
Residents throughout the
neighborhood said they heard
about eight shots fired.
Ralph Greco, another neigh-
bor of the Nagri family, said
Stephens' body was lying
between two cars in the drive-


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Three men who beat,

robbed store clerk,

owner remain at large


KERI LYNN MCHALE
kmchale@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle


Citrus County Sheriff's
Office detectives are still
searching for three people who
beat and robbed two Chas-
D sahowitzka convenience store
employees, according to Gail
Tierney, Citrus County
Sheriff's Office spokeswoman.
"The detectives have been
hot on that case today," Tierney
said.
Around 9 p.m. Thursday,
three people, dressed in black
and wearing ski masks,
jumped 38-year-old Hom-
M osassa resident Vijaya Yak-


kanti, Kwik Save Food Mart
storeowner, and 45-year-old
Homosassa resident Randy
Kelley, Kwik Save store clerk,
according to a Citrus County
Sheriff's Office press release..
"Everything happened out-
side the store," Kelley said.
After the men locked the store
for the evening, at 8011 Miss
Maggie Drive, three people
threw them to the ground and
robbed their cash in the park-
ing lot, according to the press
release.
Paramedics transported
Kelley to Seven Rivers
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Special to the Chronicle
Encore Ensemble presents
Century Cafd Dinner Theatre
100 Years of Musical Memories
to benefit Take Stock In
Children of Citrus County.
The unique experience pro-
vides a musical journey
through the 21st century
Musical memories span from
ragtime to rock 'n' roll from
1900 to 1999. Audience partici-
pation throughout the per-
formance is encouraged. Stroll
down memory lane with hits
"Over There," "Bye Bye
Blackbird," "Silhouettes,"
"Wonderful World," "Beyond
the Sea," "Unchained Melody,"
"Still Rock and Roll To Me,"
and many more.
The event is at 6 p.m. Sunday,


March 9, at the Citrus Hills
Golf and Country Club.
Dinner and entertainment is
$40 per person donation or $75
per couple. Discounted table
rates, eight per table, are avail-
able. For reservations, contact
Laura Lambert, Citrus Hills
Golf and Country Club at 746-
6855. Reservations only.
Seating capacity is limited to
250. All proceeds to benefit
Take Stock In Children of
Citrus County.
Take Stock In Children
(www.takestockinchildren.
com) is an award-winning
school-based mentoring pro-
gram that assists deserving
youths from low-income fami-
lies by providing the opportu-
nity for a better education and
a brighter future.


NAMI walk to benefit
group's programs
The Third Annual NAMI Walk for
Hope will take place today at the
Withlacoochee State Trail trailhead
off North Apopka Avenue in
Inverness.
Pre-registration begins at 8 a.m.
The 3-mile walk to Eden Drive and
back begins at 9 a.m. Participants
will pay a $25 fee that will be used
to support NAMI activities. Walkers
will receive food, drinks and a free
T-shirt. Entertainment will be pro-
vided. The National Alliance on
Mental Illness is an advocacy
group for the mentally ill.
If people don't want to walk or
don't have the time, they can still
make a $25 donation to NAMI.
Send checks to NAMI, P.O. Box
641312, Beverly Hills, FL 34464.
Missing 40-year-old
man returns home
The 40-year-old Crystal River
man, who went missing Monday,
called his wife to pick up him up
Thursday evening from an
unknown location in Crystal River,
according to Gail Tierney, Citrus
County Sheriffs Office spokes-
woman.
Jeffrey Edward Sampson was


last seen at 12:30 a.m. Monday in
the area of Seven Rivers Regional
Hospital, according to a CCSO
press release. Citrus County
Sheriff's Office deputies did con-
duct ground and aviation searches
of the area but were unable to
locate Sampson, Tierney said.
They also talked to Sampson's
associates, friends and family
members in an effort to find him. At
11:15 p.m. Thursday, Sampson's
wife notified deputies of his return
home, Tierney said. Sampson did
not tell deputies where he had
been for three days; however,
deputies said he appeared
disheveled, Tierney said.
Red Schoolhouse
spring session nears
The spring session of the Citrus
County School District's Little Red
Schoolhouse Academy will soon
begin.
The Academy is a hands-on,
education series in which partici-
pants will gain a greater knowledge
of the operations of the school dis-
trict. Topics will include: budget,


safety, student services, testing,
special programs, and will include
tours of the Student Services Cen-
ter, Technology Resource Center,
Withlacoochee Technical Institute
and the Marine Science Station.
Sessions run from 6:30 to 9 p.m.
March 3, 10, 17, 31 and April 7, 14,
21. The first session will be, at the
District Services Center, 1007 W.
Main St., Inverness.
For more information and to
reserve a space, call Pat Lancaster
at 726-1931, ext. 2205.
School's honor society
to conduct food drive
The Crystal River High School
National Honor Society is putting a
fun twist on a traditional canned
food drive in the form of a scav-
enger hunt.
Students will split into groups
Sunday and go door-to-door to var-
ious neighborhoods throughout
Citrus County to collect canned
food items from a list. All collected
items will be donated to Citrus
United Basket Food Pantry.
The team with the most food


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items at the end of the afternoon
will receive a prize. All students will
receive community service hours.
The scavenger hunt will be from 1
to 5 p.m. in Sugarmill Woods,
Kings Bay, River Ranch, Seven
Rivers, Connell Heights, Cinnamon
Ridge, Crystal Oaks, Woodland-
Estates, Meadowcrest and Ozello.
CHS class of 1988
planning reunion
Citrus High School Class of
1988 is planning its 20th reunion.
For information, call Cathy Steen-
Lopez at 302-7837 or 637-3108.-
Veterans invited
to dine at IPS
Inverness Primary School would
like to invite all veterans and mili-
tary personnel to their 13th Annual
Veterans Dinner on Tuesday, Feb.
19. We have dinner planned for
200, there is no cost. Dinner will,
begin at 5 p.m. in the school cafe-
teria and will be catered by
Gourmet Affair.
The program presented by the
students will begin at 6 p.m. Call,
the school at 726-2632.
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manatees but does not support
a proposal to create a 10-foot
uffer around the animals in
Citrus County. Club Executive
Director Pat Rose wanted to
clarify that point. He said the no-
touch rule should be throughout
the state, and has been in effect
everywhere but here. Rose said
the club is not trying to stop
people from swimming with
manatees, but to stop the bla-
tant harassment of manatees.
Mark Santa-Maria, an ama-
teur underwater videographer
who spoke at the meeting and
who has filmed manatee
harassment in Kings Bay, said
he also doesn't support the 10-
foot rule. He believes the 10-
foot rule would change "swim-
ming with manatees" to avoiding
manatees, and it also might
damage the economy. Buti
Canta-Maria said the no-touch
toule would assure that mana-
tees initiate the contact with
people, not the other way
around.


Chamber bestows 2007 awards


JIM HUNTER
jhunter@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle

The i Citrus County
Chamber of Commerce
bestowed 10 awards on vari-
ous individuals and business-
es at its 2007 Annual Awards
Luncheon on Friday at the
Citrus Golf and County Club.
The Outstanding Com-
munity Business Award went
to Stanley Steemer Carpet
Cleaner. Chet White Jr. and
wife Jo accepted the award,
which is given to the business
that has significantly sus-
tained it contribution over
the year to the community'
through its support
The company contributes
through Junior Achievement,
Boy Scouts and various
school and county youth ath-
letic programs.
The John T. Barnes Out-
standing Community Organi-
zation Award, which is given
to a nonprofit group that has
significantly sustained its
contribution to the county
over the' years, went to
SCORE (Service Corps Of
Retired Executives). Found-
ing member Ralph Russo
accepted the award. SCORE
counsels hundreds of clients
each year about business
start-ups, business plans,
market strategies, product
and services development
and more.
The Charles B. Fitzpatrick
Award went to Valentine
Rooks. The award is given to
a person who has, over a life-
time of service and communi-
ty involvement, made a sig-
nificant impact on the quality
of life in Citrus County. Rooks
is a past p resident and long-
time member of the
Hernando Citrus Chamber of
the Farm B reau and he and
wife Frances helped to create
and organize the livestock
program for the Citrus
County Fair.
The Rick Quinn Distin-
guished Citize /Award went
to a couple thi-yearEd and_
Debbie Lattin. Therawad is
presented to community
leaders who, though not in
the spotlight, exemplify the
ideas of community volun-
teerism in their daily lives.
The award cited his service
on the Historical Society,
Little League, Boys & Girls
Club and the chamber, and
her service through Citrus
Harvest, Citrus County
Shared Services Alliance
Steering Committee, the
Early Learning Coalition of
the Nature Coast, NAMI-
Citrus, Walk for Hope,
Salvation Army, and the
Hernando Civic Association
food pantry.
The O.J. Humphries
Community Service Award
was given to Jack Reynolds of
Brannen Bank for contribut-
ing significantly to the educa-
tion of the youths in Citrus
County through volunteer
work. His services include
organizations like the cham-


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Chuck Morgan is embraced by Rhonda Lestinsky on Friday after he won the Citrus County
Chamber of Commerce Ambassador of the Year award.


Superintendent of Schools Sam Himmel presented Citrus High
School student Kim Sabilona with the Outstanding Youth
Service Award on Friday during the annual Chamber of


Commerce awards luncheon.

ber, Citrus Hearing Impaired
program, Kings Bay Rotary,
the EDC, Citrus Levy Marion
Workforce Development
Board and Boy Scouts.
The Walt Connors Small
Business Award went to
VanAllen Insurance. Gerry
Mulligan, who presented the
award, said Linda Van Allen
had a passion for education,
developing and funding on
her own a reading incentive
program for the public
schools. Her continued help
for children displayed "a


heart of gold" and "the char-
acter of a champion," he said.
The J.L. Hassel Award went
to John and Trina Murphy of
the Chronicle, for their years
of volunteer community serv-
ice with chamber and commu-
nity events like the Manatee
Festival and Strawberry
Festival, among others.
The Outstanding Leader-
ship Citrus Graduate Award
went to Melanie Hensley,
Citrus County property ap-
praiser, for her longtime
service to the Junior


The Most
Improved
Ambassador
Award was given
to David Heinz of
Heinz Funeral
Home.

Achievement program, Ro-
tary, the Relay for Life and
the county's Miss Citrus and
Teen pageants.
The Ambassador of the
year Award went to Chuck
Morgan of Raymond James
Financial Services, who in
addition to many meetings,
mixers, luncheons, and spe-
cial events, attended 84 rib-
bon cuttings in 2007.
The Most Improved
Ambassador Award, a one-
time award this year, was
given to David Heinz of Heinz
Funeral Home for attending
62 ribbon cuttings in 2007.
The Outstanding Youth
Service Award went to
Kristina "Kim" Sabilona,
Citrus High Student with a
4.37 grade average and a list
of school activities and com-
munity volunteerism in
things from volunteering in
health clinics and Relay 4
Life to tutoring elementary
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Burglaries
SA burglary with battery, reported
on Wednesday, Jan. 30, occurred at
about 5:17 p.m. Jan. 30 in the 9000
block of W. Sula Lane, Crystal River.
A burglary to a business, report-
ed on Wednesday, Jan. 30,
occurred at about 8:25 p.m. Jan. 30
to an unoccupied structure in the
2200 block of N. Lecanto Highway,
Lecanto.
A burglary, reported on
Wednesday, Jan. 30, occurred at
about 5 p.m. on Jan. 30 to a con-
veyance in the 7300 block of S.
Florida Avenue, Floral City.
A burglary occurred on
Thursday, Jan. 31, between 9:15
a.m. and 11:30 a.m. to a residence
in the 9100 block of N. Lisa Terrace,
Citrus Springs.
A burglary, reported on
Thursday, Jan. 31, occurred at
about 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 29, to
a residence in the 6400 block of S.
Hamburg Terrace, Homosassa.
A burglary, reported on
Thursday, Jan. 31, occurred at
about 11:12 p.m. Jan. 31, to a busi-
ness/residence in the 1300 block of
Bruce Street, Inverness.
A burglary, reported on Friday,
Feb. 1, occurred at about 8:30 a.m.
Feb. 1 to a residence.in the 1100
block of N. Conant Avenue,
Homosassa.
A burglary, reported on Friday,
Feb. 1, occurred at about 9 a.m.
Thursday, Jan. 31, to a structure in
the 6000 block of N. Suncoast
Boulevard, Crystal River.
A burglary, reported on Friday,
Feb. 1, occurred at about 4:29 p.m.
Feb. 1, to a residence in the 6700
block of S. Gross Avenue,
Homosassa.
A burglary, reported on Friday,
Feb. 1, occurred at about noon on
Monday, Jan. 21, to a residence in
the 10900 block of.W. Tidewater
Circle, Hernando.
A burglary occurred between
Friday, Jan. 25, at 3 p.m., and
Wednesday, Jan. 30, at 9 a.m., to a
structure in the 8500 block of W.


Drew Court, Homosassa.
SA burglary, reported on Sunday,
Feb. 3, occurred at about 7 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 2, to a conveyance in
the 200 block of Cherry Avenue,
Inverness.
A burglary occurred sometime
between Wednesday, Jan. 30, at
unknown time and Sunday, Feb. 3,
at 2 p.m., to a residence in the 7100
block of N. Farmington Terrace,
Dunnellon.
SA burglary, reported on Sunday,
Feb. 3, occurred at about 11 a.m.
Feb. 3 to a structure in the 600 block
of W. Highland Boulevard,
Invemess.
A burglary to conveyances
occurred between Thursday, Jan.
31, about 4 p.m., and Saturday, Feb.
2, about 7 a.m., at Ponce De Leon
Boulevard and S. Suncoast
Boulevard, Homosassa.
EA burglary, reported on Monday,
Feb. 4, occurred at about 7 a.m. on
Feb. 4, to a residence in the 2400
block of W. Jonquil Drive,
Dunnellon.
A burglary to a conveyance
occurred on Monday, Feb. 4,
between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. in the
9600 block of W. Cleveland Lane,
Crystal River.
MA burglary tola business, report-
ed on Tuesday, Feb. 5, occurred at
about 10:30 p.nr. on Feb. 5, to a
structure in the 3900 block of S.
Suncoast Boulevard, Homosassa.
A burglary, reported on
Tuesday, Feb. 5, occurred at about
5:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 4, to a struc-
ture in the 1000 block of N.
Suncoast Boulevard, Crystal River.
A burglary, reported on
Tuesday, Feb. 5, occurred at about
noon on Feb. 5 to a residence in the
5600 block of S. Woodside Terrace,
Homosassa.
Thefts
A theft of gasoline at about 8:30
a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 30, in the
6100 block of N..; Suncoast
Boulevard, Crystal River, resulted in
an arrest for retail theft.
A theft, occurred at about mid-


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night on Wednesday, Jan. 23, in the
6100 block of W. Patriot Street,
Homosassa Springs.
A theft of medication, reported
on Wednesday, Jan. 30, occurred at
about 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 29, in
the 7400 block of W. Grover
Cleveland Boulevard, Homosassa.
a An attempted grand theft,
reported on Wednesday, Jan. 30,
occurred at about 8:06 p.m. Jan. 30
in the 4000 block of S. Suncoast
Boulevard, Homosassa.
A theft, reported on Thursday,
Jan. 31, occurred at about 8 a.m.
Wednesday, Jan. 23, in the 6600
block of W. Riverbend Road, Crystal
River.
A theft, reported on
Wednesday, Jan. 30, was regarding
a stolen license plate from a car
hauler at about 7:45 p.m. Jan. 30 in
the 6300 block of N.W. 57th Avenue,
Crystal River.
A theft, reported on Tuesday,
Jan. 29, occurred between Sunday,
Dec. 16, 2007, and Jan. 29 in the
9100 block of W. Forest View Drive,
Homosassa.
A theft, reported on Thursday,
Jan. 31, occurred at about midnight
on Jan. 31 on E. WalkAbout Path at
N. Nature Trail, Beverly Hills.
A theft, reported on Thursday,
Jan. 31, occurred at about 1:30 p.m.
Jan. 31 in the 9400 block of N.
NorthcutAvenue, Crystal River.
Atheft, reported on Friday, Feb.
1, occurred at about 12:15 a.m. Feb.
1 in the 4000 block of S. Suncoast
Boulevard, Homosassa.
An auto theft, reported on
Friday, Feb. 1, occurred at about
7:15 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31, in the
6500 block, of E. Lynn Street,
Inverness:
A theft of utilities, reported on
Friday, Feb. 1, occurred in the 5500


block of S. Oakridge Drive,
'Hdmosassa.
P A retail theft at about 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 2, in the 300 block of
N. Suncoast Boulevard, Crystal
River, resulted in an adult arrest.
A theft, reported on Sunday,
Feb. 3, occurred at about 8 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 2, in the 300 block of
S. Jackson Street, Beverly Hills.
M An auto theft, reported on
Sunday, Feb. 3, occurred at about
5:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 31, in the
9200 block of N. Citrus Springs
Boulevard, Dunnellon.
A theft occurred between'
Friday, Feb. 1, about 11:30 a.m., and
Monday, Feb. 4, about 8:30 a.m., in
the 3300 block of S. Lecanto
Highway, Homosassa.
A grand theft, reported on
Monday, Feb. 4, occurred at about
midnight on Monday, Dec. 24, 2007,
in the 500 block of N.W. Crystal
Street, Crystal River.
A retail theft at about noon on
Monday, Feb. 4, in the 300 block of
N. Suncoast Boulevard, Crystal
River, resulted in an arrest.
A theft, reported on Monday,
Feb. 4, occurred at about midnight
on Saturday, Feb. 2, in the 7900
block of E. Fort Cooper Road, Floral
City.
A petit theft of a skateboard,
reported on Monday, Feb. 4,
occurred at about 5:45 p.m. Feb. 4,
in the 300 block of S. U.S. Highway
41, Inverness.
A theft of mail, reported on
Tuesday, Feb. 5, occurred at about
midnight on Monday, Jan. 28, in the
6600 block of S. Woody Terrace,
Crystal River.
M A theft of utility services, report-
ed on Tuesday, Feb. 5, occurred on
about Saturday, Jan. 5, in the 9700


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block of N. Unicorn Point,
Dunnellon.
A theft of all terrain vehicles,
reported on Tuesday, Feb. 5,
occurred at about 5:11 p.m. on Feb.
5 in the 200 block of S. Harrison
Street, Citrus Springs.
A theft, reported on
Wednesday, Feb. 6, occurred at
about noon on Tuesday, Feb. 5, in
the 5200 block of S. Riverview
Circle, Homosassa.
A retail theft occurred at about
11:58 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 6, in
the 3800 block of S. Suncoast
Boulevard, Homosassa, resulting in
an arrest.
M A robbery by sudden snatching
at about 12:55 a.m. Thursday, Feb.
7, in the 800 block of W. Main Street,
Invemess, resulted in an arrest.
Vandalisms
A vandalism, reported on
Wednesday,. Jan. 30, occurred at
about 8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 29, in
the 10100 block of N. Academy
Drive, Citrus Springs.
A report of criminal mischief in
the 9400 block of N. Citrus Springs
Boulevard, Citrus Springs, was
taken on Wednesday, Jan. 30.
Acts of criminal mischief, report-
ed on Friday, Feb. 1, occurred at
about 2:50 a.m. Feb. 1 in the 6500
block of E. Malverne Street,
Invemess.
Criminal mischief, reported on
Saturday, Feb. 2, occurred at about
3 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 3, in the 5600
block of W. Hesse Court, Lecanto.
A vandalism, reported on
Saturday, Feb. 2, occurred at about
2 p.m. Feb. 2, in the 6000 block of
W. Meadow Street, Homosassa.
A vandalism, reported on
Saturday, Feb. 2, occurred at about
5 p.m. Feb. 2 in the 5300 block of W.
Amman Street, Crystal River.
A vandalism, reported on
Sunday, Feb. 3, occurred at about
11:15 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2, in the
900 block of E. Inverness
Boulevard, Invemess.
A vandalism, reported on
Monday, Feb. 4, occurred at about 3

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block of State Road 44 West,
Inverness.
A vandalism occurred between
Sunday, Feb. 3, about 7 p.m., and
Monday, Feb. 4, about 8:30 a.m.a in
the 5100 block of S. Memorial Drive,
Homosassa.
A vandalism occurred Friday,
Feb. 1, and Monday, Feb. 4, in the
4600 block of W. Finch Court,
Homosassa.
A vandalism, reported on
Tuesday, Feb. 5, occurred at about
midnight on Sunday, Feb. 3, in thb
5200 block of W. Gulf-to-Lak)
Highway, Crystal River.
A vandalism, reported at about
10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 5, occurred in
the 3600 block of W. Educational
Path, Lecanto.
A vandalism, reported .op
Tuesday, Feb. 5, occurred at about
3 p.m. on Feb. 5 to a mailbox in thb
13300 block of S. Southpoint
Avenue, Floral City.
A vandalism at about 4:25 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 6, in the 6400
block of W. Avocado Street, Crystal
River, resulted in three known jute-
niles being issued juvenile citations.



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Detective Mike Kanter, left, and deputy Jon LaBelle discuss a case Thursday outside the Crystal River
sheriff's substation.


CHANGE
Continued from Page 1A

calls and policing the city.
"There's been plenty of visi-
bility of the cars in the city this
week," city manager Andy
Houston said. "I think it's going
as well as we could possibly
expect"
The sheriff's office has
already begun patrolling Kings
Bay and had deputies on the
water both Saturday and
Sunday enforcing boating laws,
Houston said. That's a change
from what Crystal River Police
was able to do. While CRPD
had a boat, they did not always
have the staff to get on the
water making policing on
the water sporadic.
Houston said he's not heard
any complaints about the sher-
iff's office, and in fact is attend-
ing various community meet-
ings with Sheriff Jeff Dawsy to
'answer questions and listen to
residents' concerns.
Wednesday night, Dawsy and
'Houston attended the
Woodland Estates homeown-
;ers' association meeting.
:Houston said residents talked


I think it's going
as well as we could possibly
expect.


Houston
Crystal River city manager.


about their concerns with
speeding boaters and traffic
complaints.
As far as patrolling the city,
Simmons said deputies were
prepared ahead of time with
maps of the city and crime sta-
tistics to familiarize them-
selves with the city and it's
issues.
"We've not had any issues,"
Simmons said.
In the upcoming weeks, for-
mer CRPD longtime staffers
will return to Crystal River.
Detective Corey Sharpe and
Officer Brian Coleman are
completing field training
required by the sheriff's office.
Once that's finished, both men
will be working again in
Crystal River. While Sharpe
will be doing the same detec-
tive work he did before CRPD
was dissolved, Coleman's role


changes. He has been named
the community resource offi-
cer and will be charged as act-
ing as a liaison between the
community, city and sheriff's
office. He will attend council
and community meetings and
help plan community func-
tions.
The rest of the CRPD offi-
cers who took jobs with the
sheriff's office will be put on
patrols outside the city for at
least one year. The idea is to
get all the new staff members
acquainted with the entire
county.


RAPIST
Continued from Page 1A

said. The Florida Department
of Law Enforcement reports
Young is a white male, 5-foot-8,
believed to weigh about 190
pounds. His hair color is
believed to be somewhere
between brown and salt-and-
pepper; contrary to his most
recent photo, Keen said he no
longer has a beard and current-
ly may be sporting a moustache.
He has a scar on his left elbow
and may be dressed all in black
"We never did get a track;
nothing gave us any direction,
besides that he possibly left
through the (south) side of the
compound," DeSoto County
Sheriff Vernon Keen said. "The
dogs never picked up a track"
Early morning rains may have
hampered search efforts,
destroying the tracks and scents
for which the hunters searched.
Young originally served 10
years in prison for his crimes
and was scheduled to be
released in 2005 and given 13
years' probation, but was
instead sent to the Civil
Commitment Facility (CCF) in
Arcadia, where he currently
resides.
Young was committed to the
facility through the '"Jimmy.
Ryce Act," a law enacted in 1999
that allows the indefinite com-
mitment of sexually violent
predators with mental abnor-
malities to a secure facility for
treatment Young on March 8,
2007, asked Circuit Judge


MEN
Continued from Page 1A

Yakkanti to Shands Hospital,
Gainesville.
Yakkanti "suffered blunt
force trauma to his head,"
according to the news release.
He was in the operating
room at Shands Friday after-


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An investigation is being
conducted to determine the
circumstances that permitted this
individual to compromise the perimeter
security fences.


Pablo Paez
GEO Group spokesman.


Daniel Merritt Jr to be released
from the facility, but was denied.
During the hearing, a polygraph
expert said Young admitted to
molesting four other women at
the hospital and voyeuristically
viewed an additional 10 women
while a nurse at the hospital.
Keen said his investigators
found a small breach in the
fence at the center, but no tracks
leading away from it
The center has more than a
dozen buildings spread out on
its campus near the DeSoto
Correctional Institute on State
Road 70. A level-four security
fence surrounds the center with
double razor-wire fences.
The center houses and treats
some of Florida's worst sexual
predators who are involun-
tarily civilly committed by the
state for an indeterminate
length of time in the remote,
high-security facility. The GEO
Group, a private company spe-
cializing in sex offender treat-
ment, is contracted to adminis-
ter the center for the Florida
Department of Children &
Families.

noon, according to a hospital
spokesman.
Kelley said he was also
struck on the back of his head.
He hoped to be released from
Seven Rivers Friday afternoon,
he said.
Neither man saw what the
thee people used as weapons,
Tierney said.
The investigation is ongoing,
she added.


'An investigation is being con-
ducted to determine the circum-
stances that permitted this indi-
vidual to compromise the
perimeter security fences,"
GEO Group spokesman Pablo
Paez said in a press release.
"The facility has been placed on
lockdown." The breach in the
center's fence is sealed, Paez
said, and every "step is being
taken to ensure the safety of the
community"
Following a 911 call about an
attempted home invasion, Keen
said deputies were dispatched
to the nearby intersection of
Roan Road and Cross Avenue
with K-9 units. But that search
yielded no results. Similar sight-
ings across the county kept
deputies dispatched county-
wide all day, Keen said.
Anyone with information that
could lead to Young's capture is
urged to call the DeSoto County
Sheriff's Office at (863) 993-4700,
or 911 in case of an emergency
Information from the DeSoto
News was used in this report




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James
McGuire, 75
BELLEVIEW
James E. McGuire, 75,
Belleview, died Tuesday, Feb.
5, 2008, at Prestige Manor,
Belleview. He was born in
Lima, Ohio.
Mr. McGuire
retired from
the Rec-
reation De-
partment of
the City of Crystal River.
He was a veteran of Korea
and Vietnam serving in the
U.S. Navy.
He was a member of VFW
and American Legion.
He is survived by his daugh-
ter, Amy Reitzel of Asheboro,
N.C., and two grandchildren.
Hiers-Baxley Funeral
Services, Belleview.

Sandra Sharp, 62
MARION, IOWA
Sandra Theresa Sharp, 62,
winter visitor from Marion,


Iowa, died Thursday, Feb. 7,
2008, at the Hernando-Pasco
Hospice Care Center in
Inverness.
A native of California, she
was born Nov. 20, 1945.
She was a homemaker, loved
to do needlepoint, and dearly
enjoyed growing and being
around flowers.
She was a member of St.
Joseph's Catholic Church at
home in Iowa.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Larry W Sharp of
Marion, Iowa; two sons, Todd
K Sharp and Ted 0. Sharp,
both of Rockford, Minn.; one
sister, Sharon Blankenship of
Clinton, Tenn.; and two grand-
children.
Services will be scheduled at
a later date in Iowa.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral
Home with Crematory,
Inverness.
Click on www.chronicleon
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obituaries.


Deaths ELSEWHERE


Fra Andrew
Bertie, 78
KNIGHT OF MALTA
ROME Fra Andrew
Bertie, a descendant of
Britain's royal Stuart family
who was grand master of the
Knights of Malta, has died, the
ancient lay Roman Catholic
order said. He was 78.
Bertie, who was the 78th
grand master of the 900-year-
old charitable order, died
Thursday in a Rome clinic, the
group said in a statement No
cause of death was given.
Bertie was elected to lead
the order in a secret conclave
in 1988. Officially known as the
Sovereign Military Order of
the Hospital of St. John of
Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of
Malta, the group was founded
with a pilgrims' hospice in 11th
century Jerusalem and has the
status of an independent state.
It maintains diplomatic rela-
tions with 100 nations.
The Knights of Malta has
12,500 members and operates
in 120 countries, providing
medical and social services,
particularly in war zones and
impoverished areas.
The grand commander of the
order, Fra Giacomo della
Torre, was sworn in as interim
head of the group until a new
grand master is elected, the
statement said. Elected for life,
the grand master carries the
title of prince and the position
is equal in rank to a cardinal.
Bertie's father, James,
worked as foreign exchange
dealer at the stock exchange in
London.
His mother, Lady Jean
Crichton-Stuart, was a descen-
dant of the Stuarts, the ruling
family of Scotland from 1371-
1603 and of England and
Scotland from 1603-1714, with
an 11-year interruption in the
17th century.


Charles
Coburn, 62
PLANT DESIGNER.
Charles Coburn, a horticul-
turist and topiarian who prac-
ticed on a grand scale, first as
the overseer of the San Diego
Zoo's plant collection, then as
co-creator of massive shrub-
based sculptures that playfully
decorate Legoland, Disney
theme parks and other destina-
tions around the world, has
died. He was 62.
Coburn died of cancer Jan.
25 at his home in Elfin Forest,
a rural neighborhood in north-
ern San Diego County, Calif.,
said his wife, Jennifer, who was
his partner in the topiary
sculpture business.
His favorite gigantic con-
struction was a 17-foot-high, 34-
foot-long metal dinosaur
named Dorio, one of two duck-
bill dinosaurs the couple built
in 2002 for a park in Nagoya,
Japan, and which was de-
signed by the Jerde
Partnership, a noted architec-
tural firm.
He delighted in using a
crane to piece the creature
together on-site and appreciat-
ed that the sculpture's patina
rivaled the beauty of the
Japanese yew planted with it
In addition to his wife,
Jennifer, Coburn is survived by
three daughters, Heidi Rose of
Carlsbad, Calif.; Laura Coburn
of San Diego; and Melodie
Coburn of San Marcos, Calif.;
his father, George Coburn of
Vista, Calif.; and a sister, Marie
Coburn of Dixon, N.M.
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clothing. Both bodies were
found between the cars, Tierney
said. Greco's wife, Ruth, was one
of the first people on scene but
she was too shaken to comment
"_- Nagri and Stephens dated
years ago, according to the sher-
iff's office news release. Then,
Stephens moved to Georgia,
Tierney said. He returned to
Citrus County in July 2007 and
"had at least had contact" with
Nagri since his move back, the
press release further states.
- "It is unknown at this time if
any kind of relationship may
have been rekindled," according
to the sheriff's office press
S release.
Not much is known about
- Nagri or Stephens. A man who
- answered the phone Friday at
the Nagri residence said family
members are not interested in
commenting at this time. Nagri's
brother, Greg, lives a few houses
away from his father and sister's
residence.
Neighbors said Nagri was
pleasant and often walked
P provides around the neighborhood with
P mentioned Nagri worked at a
movie theatre, Regal Citrus
- Cinemas 6, in Inverness. Theatre
employees said they were
"unable to verify Nagri's employ-
ment status because of the open
investigation.
- Even less is known about
-* Stephens. He was living with his
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when he was a teenager living in
Inverness, Stephens spent one
month in county jail and was
sentenced to three years proba-
tion for unarmed burglary of an
occupied structure and petit
theft.
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cide. The results of the Leesburg
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Many facts about the possible
murder suicide remain
unknown, but the reality of the
situation is clear to Mr Nagri,
neighbors said.
"The only thing he had said is,
'I'll never see her alive again,"'
Florio said, commenting on a
conversation she had with the
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Name Vol (00) Last Chg
Citigrp 809218 26.03 -.67
BkofAm 424068 42.16 -1.21
GenElec 409002 33.84 -.39
WellsFargo 347619 29.48 -.98
Motorola 340346 11.26 -.16

GAINERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Chg
Navios wt 6.64 +.80 +13.7
Textainer n 14.21 +1.62 +12.9.
WSP HId n 8.25 +.90 +12.2
Intermec 22.90 +2.42 +11.8
Chiquta wt 2.62 +.27 +11.5

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SecCapAs 2.00 -.60 -23.1
BrshEMat 24.99 -4.86 -16.3
FremontGn 2.51 -.48 -16.1,
Idearc 9.70 -1.86 -16.1
RHDonI 18.83 -3.12 -14.2

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1,875
106
3,251
21
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3,663,325,531


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PrUShS&P 239929 64.77 +.55

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AmMtg pfA 10.25 +1.45 +16.5
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NA Pallg 5.60 +.62 +12.4
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1,596
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922,464,703


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Microsoft 1229631 28.56 +.44
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3,086
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BkofAm 2.56
CapCtyBk .74
Citigrp 1.28
Disney .35
EKodak .50
ExxonMbl 1.40
FPL Grp 1.64
FordM
GenElec 1.24
GnMotr 1.00
HomeDp .90
Intel .51
IBM 1.60
Lowes .32
McDnlds 1.50
Microsoft .44


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27.03 -.86 -4.2
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32.12 +.40 -.5
19.13 -.16 -12.5
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63.23 -.48 -6.7
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25.80 -.50 +3.7
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20.27 +.22 -24.0
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23.61 -.37 +4.4
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Penney .80
ProgrssEn 2.46
RegionsFl 1.52
SearsHldgs ..
SprintNex .10
TimeWarn .25
UniFirst .15
VerizonCm1.72
Wachovia 2.56
WalMart' .88
Walgrn .38


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47.63 +.19 +8.3
44.39 -.19 -8.3
23.21 -.99 -1.9
98.59 -4.09 -3.4
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5,487.05 4,032.88 Dow Jones Transportation 4,711.67 -45.20 -.95 +3.09 -4.22'
555.71 460.29 Dow Jones Utilities 494.39 -2.57 -.52 -7.16 +4.40,
10,387.17 8,343.62 NYSE Composite 8,823.12 -35.92 -.41 -9.42 -5.04
2,562.20 1,460.47 Amex Index 2,229.96 +22.62 +1.02 -7.46 +3.57
2,861.51 2,202.54 Nasdaq Composite 2,304.85 +11.82 +.52 -13.10 -6.30
1,576.09 1,270.05 S&P 500 1,331.29 -5.62 -.42 -9.33 -7.42
856.48 650.00 Russell 2000 698.93 -3.85 -.55 -8.76 -13.40
15,938.99 12,798.91 DJ Wilshire 5000 13,484.95 -43.06 -.32 -9.01 -7.36


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... AESCorp 19.14 -.28
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... AGCO 56.73 +1.04
1.64 AGLRes 36.92 +.16
20 AKSteel 46.22 +1.82
2.00 AMBPr 50.07 -1.07
.. AMR 15.65 -.53
2.30e ASA Ltd 78.23 +.83
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.06r AUOptron 16.36 +.10
1.42e AXA d30.99 -1.23
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.70 AberFtc 78.13 +2.72
.421 Accenture 33.95 +.76
1.03e AdamsEx 12.72
.24 AdvAuto 34.98 -.94
AMD 6.34 -25
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Agilent 32.00 -.42
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.42 AJbemars 38.06 +.02
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1.721 Allete 38.06 -.55
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1.02a AlliBGiHi 13.21 +.14
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4.33e AliBem 64.76 -.74
.51e Allianz 16.73 -.11
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.. AlphaNRs 35.77 +29
.. Alpharma 24.60 +.36
3.00 Altias 73.09 -1.01
.28m AmbacF 10.99 +.03
2.54 Ameren 44.30 -20
2.22e AMovilL 58.35 +.08
.40 AEagleOut 21.65 +.06
1.64 AEP 43.16 -.52
.76f AmnEx 4498 -147
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.80 AmlntGDlf 5068 -.97
.90a Am SIP3 11.16 -.05
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.30 AmeriBrg 45.33 -.13
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.36 Anadarko 56.46 +1.36
.72 AnalogDev 27.77 +.04
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1.04e Annaly u20.49 -.51
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.60 Apache 100.63 +2.86
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.68 AsdEslat 10.33 -.52


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.801 Avon 39.05 -.30
1.84 BB&TCp 33.40-1.22
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.20 BJSves 22.07 +.18
BJsWhIs 3123 +.04
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2.73e BP PLC 64.30 +1.26
2.48 BRT 14.05 -.91
.52 BakrHu 63.90 -.22
.40 BallCp 44.37 -.02
BallyTech 46.51 +1.34
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.79i BcBradess 25.42 -.02
.47e Bncoltaus 20.81 -.14
.80e BcoSantand 16.81 -.13
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.96 BkNYMel 46.18 -.01
2.57e Barday 34.39 -.87
.30 BaickdG 50.10 +1.99
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.40 BeazrHmlf 7.74 -.17
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.50b Belo 16.36 +.37
.52 BestBuy 46.70 -.52
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.24 BIkFL08 14.71 +.01
... Backsn 17.51 -.17
.57 BlockHR 18.75 -.12
... Blodkbsr 2.81 -.06
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1.601 Boeing 79.33 -.42
.44 Borders 10.82 -.36
.44f BorgWams 45.34 -.46
... BostBeer 38.23 -.05
2.72a BostProp 87.23 -3.47
.. BostonSd 12.33 +.09
.60 BoydGm 25.90 -.03
1.2Jf BrMySq 23.07 -.27
.52f BrkMdAsgs 31.48 +.63
.56 BrkiddPrs 19.79 -.18
.60b Brunswick 1726 -.61
... BrshEMat d24.99 -4.86
.68 BungeLt 109.29-3.37
1.28 BudrNSF 88.03 +1.19
.16 CAInc 24.07 +.06
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1.00 CBSB 24.58 +.15
.401 CFInds 108.25 +1.64
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.04 CIGNAs 47.58 -.65
1.00 CITGp 24.50 -1.47
4.60f CMEGrp 517.00-11.01
.361 CMS Eng 15.70 -.04
.56 CSSInds 30.64 -.76
.60 CSX 48.02 +.55
24 CVSCare 39.56 +.40
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.12 CabotOs 41.02 +2.69
.. Calgon u16.73 +121
28 CallGolf 15.93 -.84
... Calpinen 16.38 -.22
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241 Camecogs 32.58 +.60
... Camerons 39.39 +1.10


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.34 CdnNRsg 62.32 +1.99
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2.40 CapiSirce 16.15 -.56
1.26 CapMpfB 13.15 +.06
.961 CapsteadMul7.36 +1.52
.48 CardnlHIh 60.44 +.58
.. CarMaxs 19.90 -.10
1.60 Carnival 40.81 -.05
1.44 Caterpillar 68.01 -.31
.16 Celanese 38.72 -.54
.75e Cemex 26.07 +25
... Centene 21.42 -3.25
.73f CenterPnt 15.58 -.18
.16 Centex 23.05 -.90
.26 CntryTel 35.80 +.26
... ChmpE 8.88 +.08
... Checkpnt 23.47 -.46
.20 Cheinura 6.99 -.08
.27 ChesEng 38.64 +1.21
2.32 Chevron 79,26 +.52
.16 ChicB&l 40.04 -.16
... Chicos 9.72 -.44
.27e ChinaLife 55.35 -.89
1.12e ChinaMble 73.60 -.54
... Chiquita 17.08 +.44
1.16 Chubb 51.94 -.53
.24f Cimarex 43.70 +1.56
... CincBell 4.05 -.26
.16 CircCity 4.94 -.23
.72a CitadlBr dl.38 -.05
128m Ciligro 2603 -.67
Citigrp pl 52.43 -.52
1.00 CitzComm 10.94 +.02
.75 ClearChan 28.79 -.47
.70f ClevClIlfsulO8.06 +6.77
1.60 Clorox 57.06 -.53
Coach 30.46 +.11
.24 CocaCE 2328 -.17
1.36 CocaCI 59.25 +.80
... Coeur 4.37 +.16
1.44 ColgPal 74.32 -1.30
.. CorlctvBrd 16.85 -.03
.76f ColBgp 13.78 -.38
2.64f Comerica 40.86 -.73
.52 CmcBNJ 37.62 -.09
.48f CmilMtls 27.88 +.14
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.. CmtyHIt 31.05 -.27
.34e CVRDs 30.35 +.47
.34e CVRDpIs 25.65 +.43
.. CompScd 43.67 +.10
.40 Con-Way 47.48 -.76
.76 ConAgra 21.00 -.29
1.64 ConocPhil 75.38 +.86
.40 ConsolEngyu77.54 +2.88
2.34f ConEd 43.37 -.30
ConstelA 20.23 -.45
1.91f ConstellEn 94.27 -.87
... CAirB 30.08 -.37
Cnvrgys 14964 -.19
.84 Coopers 43.45 -24
.20 Coming 2353 +04
CorrctCps 25.81 +.60
.60 CntwdFn 6.58 -.11
.. CoventryH 53.94 -1,30
.64 Covicenn 43.55 -.53
CrtwnCstle 33.90 +.69.
CrownHold 23.34 -26
.50 Cummins s 49.23 +1.09
.. CypSem 20.98 +25

.78 DNPSeIct 10.99 +.12
1.10f DPL 27.49 -.11
.60 DRHorton 14.17 -.72
.12 DRSTech 53.34 +1.27
2.12 DTE 41.86 +.09


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.12 Danaher 73.27 -.25
.72 Darden 26.86 -.03
.121 DeVry 48.96 +1.33
1.00 Deeres 82.46 +.48
.16 DolMnte 8.86 -.05
... DeltaAirn 18.19 -.30
... Daenburys 27.24 +1.20
.9Be DeutTel 19.15 -.24
2.76f DevDv 38.39 -1.93
.56 DevonE 89.56 +1.65
.50a DiaOffs 108.39 +1.48
2.05e DianaShip 28.05 +1.03
.16 Dillards 18.42 -.90
.24 Discovern 15.63 -.58
.35f Disney 3212 +40
1.58 DomRess 42.11 -.30
.. Domtarglf 7.59 +.20
.80 Dover 40.95 -.46
1.68 DowChm 38.50 +.58
1.64 DuPont 45.44 +.26
.88 DukeEngy 18.39
1.92 DukeRty 23.34 -.39
... Dynegy 7.23 -.08
EMCCo 15.48 +24
.481 EQGRes u94.12 +4.03
1.76 EastChr 65.85 +.92
.50 EKodak 19.13 -.16
2.00f Eaton 80.48 +.11
1.22f Edisonlnt 51.14 -.57
.16 BPasoCp 16.23 +.20
... Ban 26.12 +.55
.20 EDS 17.16 -.74
2.75f Embarq 46.77 +2.46
1.20 EmersonE 50.84 +.63
1.28 EmpDist 2226 -.27
3.80 EnbrEPtrs 50.80 +.54
.80 EnCana 67.31 +1.68
.. EnPro 31.00 -.42
.10 ENSCO 52.47 +1.11
3.00 Entergy 104.30 -1.06
1.93f EqtyRsd 37.40 -1.17
.55f EsteeLdr 43.55 -.73
.80 ExcelM 33.85 +2.50
.. ExcoRes 15.06 +.53
2.001 Exelon 75.87 -.10
1.40 ExxonMbI 8171 -18
... FMCTchs 48.20 +2.09
1.64 FPLGrp 63.23 -.48
... FairchldS 11.62 -.14
.501 FamilyDIr 19.66 -.65
1.40m FannieMae 31.12 -1.25
.40 FedExCp 88.00 -2.16
.24 FedSignl 10.77 +.09
2.00 Feirelgs 22.03 +.11
.58 Ferro 17.07 -.26
1.20 FidlNRn 19.47 -.54
20 FidNInfo 41.59 -.36
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.80m FstHorizon 18.48 -.76
.48m FstMarblhd 14.48 -.69
1.60a RTrEnEq 15.56 -.03
2.201 FirstEngy 69.97 -.50
1.00f Ruor 111.65 +4.65
.41e FEMSAs 39.47 +.77
.50 Fooltockr 13.27 -.04
... FordM 6.08 -09
... ForestLab 40.25 -1.13
... ForestOil 48.84 +2.14
1.68 FortuneBr 64.81-1.07
.80f FrankRes 97,68 -1.85
1.00m FredMac 29.70 -1.35
1.75f FMCG 90.87 +3.81
FremontGn 2.51 -.48
.20 FrontlerOl 37.44 +2.35

1.08f GATX 36.68 -.04


.80a GabelliET 8.56 -.04
.. GabHlthW 6.89 -.04
.72 GabUil 9.37 -.01
... GameStops 50.24 +1.07
1.60 Gannett 33.52 -.30
.32 Gap 1978 +.13
... GardDenv 35.20+2.8
... Genentch 69.79 -.13
1.16 GenDynam 83.37 -.08
124f GenElec 33.84 -39
2.00 GnGrthPrp 34.87 -3.07
1.56 GenMills 53.84 -.99
100 GnMotr 25.80 -.50
,40 Genworth 23.02 +.28
1.50 GaPw8-44 25.97 -.10
.68e Gerdau 26.05 +.11
2.06e GlaxoSKIn d42.16 -.23
,26e GoldFLld 13265 +.18
.18 Goldcrpg 3&85 +1.92
1.40 GoldmanS 187.07 -3.39
,90f Goodrich 59.06 -.35
.. Goodyear 23.69 -.52
1,40 Graingr 76.65 -2.43
.. GrantPrde' 48.45 -.71
1.66 GtPlainEn 27.50 +.09
.. Griffon 9.48 -.13
.66e GpTelevisa 21.33 +.26
.52e GuangRy 31.40 -.19
.32 Guess s 37.71 +32
1.82f HCPInc 30.11 -.36
.84 HRPTPrp 8.03 -.29
4.35e HSBC 7144 -.31
.36 Hallibrtn 33.74 +.16
.92e HanJS 13.35 -.01
.58a HanPDv2 10.20 -.02
.. Hanesbrds 25.72 +.42
.401 Hanoverlns 44.70 -.15
1.20 HarteyD 36.96-1.07
..HarmonyG 9.94 -.02
2.121 HartldFn 74.39-1.92
.801 Hasbro 25.87 +.24
1,24 HawaiiB 22.35 -.17
2.64 HItCrREIT 40.63 -.95
10.00ae HItMgts 5.63 -.12
1.54 HfthcrRkly 25.18 -.38
.. HeallhNet 45.61 +.33
..HeclaM 9.29 +.35
1.52 Heinz 42.14 +.05
37e HellnTel 14.96 -.14
.18 HelmPayne 41.32 +1.14
.20 Hercules 17.38 +.20
1.19 Hershey 34.42 -.51
.. Hertz 14.12 -.33
.40 Hess 88.96 +1.80
.32 HewletIP 4188 +1.38
1.70 HighwdPrp 28.75 -1.26
,90 HomeDo 2797 -43
1.101 Honwillnt 57.83 -.94
3.08 HospPT 33.74 -.49
.80a HostHots 16.80 -.50
.. HovnanE 8.90 -.10
Humana 73.09 +.14
.06m IAMGtdg 7.42 +.08
.50e ICICI Sk 5528 -1.42
.12 IMSHIth 23.54 -.47
1.90e ING d29.88 -.97
2.37e iShDJDvnya62.11 -.63
3.48f iStar 24.23 -.95
.56 fTTCorp 56.34 -.71
1.20 Idacorp 31.48 -.31
1.37 Idearc d9.70 -1.86
1.12 ITW 48.51 -.39
.64 malion 25.73 +.22
1.00m Indymac 7.85 -.64
... Infineon B.13 -.25
.72 IngerRd 37.38 -.89
.. ngrmM -17.81 -.05
2.64 IntegrysE 49.41 -.55


,, IntenllEx 127.80 -2.59
... Intemmec 22.90 +2.42
1.60 IBM 103.27 +.93
.. InllCoal 6.28 -.02
.56 IntlGame 43.45 -.42
1.00 IntPap 31.84 +.12
... Interpublic 8.26 -.18
.37e Invesco 25.64 -.64
.. InvTech 46.40 +.65
.. IronMin 34.92 +.83

1.52 JPMorgCh 43.82 -1.29
.28 Jabil 13.56 -.15
.. JacobsE s 72.84 +1.01
.04 JanusCap 25.10 -.73
.50 Jeffenes 19.01 -,68
166 JohnJn 6203 -.78
.52 JohnsnCdls 33.43 -.58
.56 JonesApp 15.26 -.64
1.00 KB Home 24.21 -.25
.. KBRInc 30.11 +.95
60 Kaydon 42.79 +.27
124 Kellogg 49.18 -.45
.64 Kellwood 20.53 +.32
... KemetCp d4.95 -.03
KeyEngyn 12.18 +.19
1.50f Keycorp 24.65 -.66
2.12 KImbClk 64.57 -.49
1.60 KImco 34.15 -2.20
3.681 KIndME 57.75 +.70
KingPhrTnn 9.98 -.36
Kinrossg 22.19+1.29
... Kohls 44.67 -1.18
1.08 Kraft 28.81 -.61
KrispKrm 2.57 -.15
.30 Kroger 25.72 +.37
.. LDKSoln 30.78 +.91
.. LLERy 2.04 +.07
.. LSICorp 4.89 +.11
1.56 LTC Prp 25.80 -.26
.48 LaZBoy 8.32 -.05
... LabCp 79.11 +1.35
1.50 Lactede 33.17 -.41
... LVSands 88.85 -1.42
... LearCorp 29.68 +.56
.96 LeggMason 69.36 -2.17
1.001 LeggPlat 17.77 -.50
.681 LehmanBr 60.04 -44
.64 LennarA 19.33 +.15
.. Lexmark 34.32 -.25
.59e LbtyASG 5.05 +.03
1.88f UllyBi 50.23 -.99
.60 Umited 18.08 -.38
1.661 UncNal 51.54 -1.22
.28 Lindsay 57.94 -.40
1.68 LockhdM 105.76 -.07
.25 Loews 44.73 -.13
.60 LaPac 13.21 +.20
.32 Lowes 2361 -.37
1.20 Lubrizol 57.35 +4.88

2.80 M&T Bk 88.89 -.73
1.36 MBIA 14.60 +40
1.00 MDC 44.31 -.46
".58 MDURes 25.91 +.21
MEMC 75.68 +1.46
.58f MFAMtg u10.85 +.01
.49 MCR 8.49 -.01
.10 MGIC 15.24 -.64
MGMMIr 67.93 -3.88
.52 Macys 24.20 -.91
.53p Madeco 9.50 +.13
1.44 Magnalg 76.51 -.30
1.60 MaguirePr 24.60 -.67
.08 Manitows 38.30 +.14
.961 Manulifgs 36.45


.96 Marathona 49.36 +3.10
.. MarinerEn 24.42 -.41
.30 MarlntA 34.62 -.47
.80f MarshM 26.23 -.46
1.24 Marshlls n 26.84 -.56
MStewdt 6.11 -.30
.92 Masco 21.06 -.53
.201 MasseyEn u40.57 +.67
.60 MasterCrd 205.61 +4.73
... MaterlalScl 6.99 +.57
.751 Mattel 20.64 -.44
McDermls 44.06 +1.18
1.50 McDnlds 5564 +118
.881 McGrwH 40.66 -2.35
.24 McKesson 57.68 -.02
.. McMoRn 16.18 +.43
McAfee 34.65 +2.92
.92 MeadWvco 26.31 +.10
... Mechel 100.90 +6.66
MedcoHits 49.68 +.01
.12 Medids 21.98 -.96
.50 Medtmic 48.73 -.52
1.52 Merck 4453 -1.17
1.40 MerillLyn 5219 -1.46
.741 MetUfe 57.72 -2.36
MetroPCSn 16.72 -.36
... MettlerT 105.21 +5.16
.. MicronT 6.69 -.43
2.461 MkdAApt 46.44 -1.53
... Mklas 15.78 -.59
... Millipore 66.45 +1.30
... Mrant 36.70 +.07
... MitsuUFJ 8.67 -.36
.. MobileTel 77.26 -.12
.70 Monsanto 109.92 +5.99
.401 Moodys 36.04 -.96
1.08b MorgStan 43.19 -1.69
8.37e MSEmMkt 22.26 -.05
.. Mosaic f 96.22 +2.47
.20 Motorola 11.26 -16
.75 MurphO 73.05 +1.28
... Myan 12.98 -.11
... NCRCps 22.18 +1.07
NRGEgys 37.78 -.44
.40 NYMEX 95.87 +.92
1.00 NYSEEur 69.03 -1.10
.. Nabors 30.00
.84m NatlCity 16.25 -.59
.841 NatFnPrt d27.87 -.06
1.24 NatFuGas 46.00 +3.50
2.98e NatGrid 75.99 +.67
... NOIVarcs 57.27 -1.43
.24 NatSemi 17.40 -.15
1.761 NatwHP 29.75 -.74
... NeuStar 23.43 -.75
.21a NewAm 1.72 -.03
1.681 NJRsc 48.57 -.51
1.00 NYCmtyB 17.31 -.32
.92 NYTimes 16.78 -.03
.84 NewvedRub 22.36 -.62
.40 NewmtM 51.29 +1.07
SNwpkRs0f 4.79
.12 NewsCpA 19,64 -.29
.121 NewsCpB 20.30 -.26
.10 Nexengs 29.27 +1.02
.92 NiSource 18.57 -.13.
1.86 Nico 38.96 -.35
.921 NikeBs 60.64 -.12
... 99Cents 8.23 -.03
.16 NobleCps 45.46 +1.54
.78e NokiaCo 3540 +.81
.54 Nordstmn 37.10 -.57
1.161 NorilkSo 54.41 +.61
... Nortellrs d11.07 +.08
.80 NoestUt 27.23 -.26
1.48 NorthropG 79.07 -.04
NwstAirn 18.45 -.05
1.47e Novartis 48.95 -.17


1.30 NSTAR 32.14 +.14
.44a Nucor 60.00 +3.07
.65 NvFL 13.26
.70a NvlMO 14.51 +.06
1.14 NvMulSI&G 11.11 -.14
1.03a NuvQPf2 12.74 -.15
1.391 OGEEngy 32.89 +.07
1.00 OcciPet 66.68 +1.46
... OlfceDpt 14.14 -.44
.60 OfficeMax 23.73 +.64
.64 OldRepub 15.16 -.01
.80 Olin 20.22 +.10
.60 Omnicms 45.58 -.03
4.10f ONEOKPI 62.12 -.42
.40 OshkoshCp 42.47 -.79
... Owenslll 53.45 +1.45

1.44 PG&ECp d39.75 -.14
.21 PMIGrp 8.92 -.33
2.52 PNC 63.29 -1.19
.92 PNMRes 19.05 -.47
2.08 PPG 64.37 +.03
1.22 PPLCorp 46.41 -.64
... Paciv 27.95 +.01
.24b PeabdyE 53.88 +1.17
2.70 Pengrthg 17.34 +.24
1.76f PennVaRs 26.43 -.04
4.08 PennWstg 26.41 -.07
.80 Penney 47.63 +.19
.681 Pentair 33.63 +.38
.27 PepBoy 11.54 -.09
.56 PepsiBott 34.23 -.39
1.50 PepsiCo 69.81 -.60
.52 PepsiAmer 25.89 +.18
1.54e Prmian 17.24 +.34
.52 PetroCg 44.22 +.89
Petrohawk 15.77 +.40
1.78e PeftbrsAs 93.00 -.48
1.43e Petrobres 111.57 +5.56
1.281 Plizer 2230 -37
.16 PhnxCos 10.96 -.20
1.00 PiedNG 24.98 -.18
.. Pier 5.51 -.16
.78a PimcoStrat 10.15 -.22
.281 PioNtd 43.57 +1.39
1.401 PitnyBw 36.88 +.27
1.68 PlumCrk 40.81 -.38
1.521 Polaris 41.41 +.14
.20 PoloRL 63.72 +.48
.. PolyOne 6.87 -.17
1.80 PostPrp 42.71 -1.57
.40 Potash s 137.50 -28
1.501 Praxair 79.51 -.93
.12 PrecCastpl108.65 -1.35
... Pridelnt 31.90 +.80
.901 PNinFnd 55.01 -.59
1.40 ProctGam 65.02 -.75
2.46f ProgrssEn 44.39 -.19
.15 ProgsvCp 18.49 -.16
2.07f ProLogis 56.40 +20
.28 ProsStHiln 2.64 -.01
1.44 ProvETg 10.08 +.05
1.151f Prdentl 71.87 +.48
1.29 PSEGs 45.65 -.18
2.00 PubStrg 73.74 -3.40
1.00 PugetEngy 26.15 +.06
.16 PulteH 14.49 -.24
.40 PHYM 7.10 +.02
.49 PIGM 9.77 +.02
.40 PPrfT 6.19 +.01
OimodaAG 450 -47
.56 Quanex 52.12 -.54
QuantaSvc 20,.69 +.45
.40 QstDiag 50,32 -.10
.49 Questars 51.39 +1.22
QksivRess 29.80 +1.12
... Quiksilvr 8.92 -.04


.32 QwestCm 513 -15
... RHDonI d18.83 -3.12
.76 RPM 21.78 +.30
.25 RadioShk 15.98 -.46
... Ralcorp 55.36 -1.25
.161 RangeRs u56.87 +1.25
.441 RJamesFn 25.95 -.45
2.00 Rayonier 41.64 -.98
1.02 Raytheon 65.55 -.45
1.64 RItylno 23.09 -.95
... RedHatl 18.20 +.02
1.52 RegionsFn 23.21 -.99
... ReliantEn 20.92 -.44
1.25e Repsol 30.37 +.30
.68 RepubSvcs 30.27 -.07
... ResMed 43.36 -.97
RetllVent 6.71 -.17
Revlon 1.06 +.01
3.40 'ReynldAm 66.05 +.59
.. RiteAid 2.65 -.08
.64 RockColl 60.23 -.44
1.48 RoHaas 53.98 +.06
.40 Rowan 34.60 +.55
.60 RylCarb 37.99 -.01
2.83e RoyDShlIB 66.03 +.48
2.83e RoyDShllA 67.53 +.40
1.85e Royce 16.70 +.13
1.47 Royce pfB 23.74 +.06
.84 Ryder 58.41 -.42
.48 Ryland 28.07 -.72

... SAIC 18.03 -.09
.62e SAPAG 47.40 +.51
1.76 SCANA 37.88 +.04
... SKTicm 22.91 +27
... SLMCo 2075 -.86
.30e STMicro d11.53 -.15
.28 Saleway 31.37 +.21
... SUoe 38.25 -.52
... SLude 41.87 +1.52
.10 StMaryLE 34.56 +1.62
... Saks 17.34 -.33
2.46e SJuanB 37.50 +.89
1.15e Sanofi d37.61 -.45
.42 SaraLee d13.65 -.23
.17e Satyam 25.25 +1.27
.26 ScherqPI 1977 -15
,841 Schlmbrg 77.37 +1.61
.40 SeagaleT 21.95 +.43
.08 SecCapAs 2.00 -.60
1.24 SempraEn 55.61 -.25
.72 Sensient 26.19 -.08
.16f ServiceCp 11.61 +.04
... ShawGrp 56.11 +1.75
1.26 Sherwin 54.95 -.55
3.09e SiderNac 96.04 -.15
.32 SierrPac 14.74 -.08
... SilvWhng 15.21 +.71
3.601 SimonProp 83.86 -3.70
.72 SmithAO 36.14 -.06
.481 Smithlnl 57.64 +1.46
.60 Sothebys 30.87 -1.11
1.081 SoJerlnd 35.15 -.21
1.61 SouthnCo 35.75 -.17
6.50e SthnCopper95.52 +4.71.
.02 SwstAld 12.80 -.10
... SwstnEngy 58.07 +3.80
.32 SovrgnBcp 12.52 -.08
.921 SpectraEn 23.14 "+.09
... SpiritAero d24.31 -.22
.10 SprintNex 944 -.12
... StdPac 3.80 -.22
.84 Standex 18.94 -.42
.90e StarwdHt 45.48 -.37
.921 StaleStr 82.54 -.53
1.53e StatolHyd 26.00 -.20
.24 Steris 23.20 -.38


... SOllwtrM 15.00 +1.37
.331 Slryker 67.95 -.19
.. SturmRug 7.60 -.50
3.05f SubPpne 40.25 +.49
2.52 SunCmts 19.46-1.33
.40 Suncorg 94.74 +2.67
1.201 Sunoco 62.40 +2.49
.. Suntech 44.68 -1.27
2.92 SunTrst 64.23 -1.70
.68 Supvalu 29.06 -.17
.82 Synovuss 12.40 -.34
.881 Sysco 29.24 -.38
1.001 TCFFncd 20.61 -.18
.78 TECO 16.22 -.01
.36 TJX 30.34 -.93
.45r TaiwSemi 9.24 -.01
.18 TalismEgs 15.61 +.42
.56 Target 52.50 -1.60
1,00 TeckCmgs 34.81 +.44
.92e TelNorL 24.82 -1.53
4.14e TelcNZs 15.28 -.74
.83e TelMexL 34.20 -2.20
.40 Templelns 16.49 -.17
.32 TempurP 17.79 +.41
.86e Tenaris 37.80 +.50
TenetHIth 4.27 -.23
2.78 Teppco 38.61 +.85
.. Teradyn 10.53 -.11
Terex 54.86 -.03
.. Terra 42.14 -.53
11.96e TeraNitro 126.20-3.20
.40 Tesoros 37.93 +1.47
... TetraTech 16.94 +.42
.40 TexInst 29.60 +.39
.92 Textrons 55.88 -.36
Theragen 3.61 +.21
.. ThermoFiRs 55.42 -.07
... ThmBet 42.42 -.27
1.00 Thnombg 13.12 -.89
1.92 3MCo 78.56 -.56
.60 Tidwtr 51.46 +.26
.60 Tiffany 39.86 +1.68
.25 TimeWam 15.59 +.05
.68 Timken 30.71 +.18
.08p TitanMet 22.16 +.46
.20m ToddShp 16.16 +.06
.. TollBros 21.11 -.07
.48e TorchEn 10.00 -.01
.52 Trchmrk 59,80 -1.73
2.28 TorDBkg 66.64 -.03
2.71e TotalSA 70.29 +.53
.28a TotalSys 21.85 -.22
.64 Tranes 44.18 -27
... TransDIgm 40.10 -4.05
... Transocn 125.18 +3.05
1.16 Travelers 46.56 -.69
.16 Tredgar 13.97 -.30
2.44e TriContl 18.93 -.15
.56 TycoElecn 34.60 -.52
.60 Tycolntin 40.10 -.40
.16 Tyson 13.68 +.01
1.83e UBSAG d36.84 -1.08
1.32 UDR 22.64 -.59
1.73 UIL Hold 34.70 -,56
... USAinvy 15.17 -.23
... USEC 7.81 +.09
2.40 USTInc 55.02 -.36
... UltraPtg 72.29 +2.18
.. UndrArmr 44.71 +2.28
5.04e UUniao 117.20 -1.79
.15 UniRrst 36.96 -1.61
1.00e UnilevNV 30.92 +.23
1.761 UnionPac 125.35 +1.08
Unisys 4.01 -.11
.11e UtdMicro 2.98 +.08
1.801 UPSB 70.58 -1.16
1.701 USBancp 32.34 -.28
1.001 USSteel 98.99 +2.09


1.28 UtdTech 71.35 -.12
.03 UtdhblGp 48.20 -.83
.30 UnumGrp 22.69 -.49


2.32 VFCp 79.74 -.20
... ValeantPh 11.74 -.14
.48 ValeroE 58.89 +1,76
1.30 Vecren 28.04 -.04
2.67e VeoliaEnv 78.74 -.25
172 VerzonCm 36.42 -53
.. ViacomB 39.45 +.33
.33e VimpelC s 33.71 +.58
.. Vishay 9.56 -.25
Visteon 3.82 -.13
.01e VwoPart 5.79 -.13
1.42e Vodafone 33.80 +.35
3.60 Vomado 86.09 -3.74
1.84 VuIcanM 70.16 -.53
1.37 WGLHold 32.21 -.03
.18 Wabash 9.01 +.07
2.56f Wachovia 34.60 -.58
.88 WalMart 48.76 -1.08
.38 Walgm 35.08 +.34
.20 Waterlnds 43.91 +.57
60m WAMutI 1808 -.50
1.08f WsteMInc 32.886 +.38
... Waters 60.16 -.41
... Weathfdlnt 61.23 +.63
1.98 WeinRIt 32.19 -.91
.. WellPoint 76.63 -.89 9
1.24 WellsFaro 2948 -98
.50 Wendys 23.15 -.44
1.08 WestarEn 24.24 +.05
1.16 WAEMInc2 12.95 -.12
.54 WstAMgdHi 5.72 -.01
.75 WAstlnfOpp 12.36 +.10
... WDigi 28.20 +.99
.04e WstnUnion 21.67 -.11
2.40 Weyert 62.34 -237
1.72 Whdpl 89.03 -2.36
.85e WilmCS 9.00 +.&
.40 WmsCos 32.90 +.66
.46 WmsSon 25.54 -.94
1.04f WillisGp d32.52 -.28
1.00 Windstrm 11.60 +.61
.48 Winnbgo 19.53 +.0
1.081 WiscEn 45.98 -.10
.68 Worthgn 16.50 -.08
1.341 WNgley 54.66 -.87
1.12 Wyeth 40.63 -.2A
.16 Z*.,r.;r,- ,. 22.61 -.31
1.52 'LI 42.68 '-41
.48 XTOEns 53.95+2.68
.92 XcelEngy 20.61 -.01
.17 Xerox 15.33 +23
.04 Yamanaq 15.53 +.81
.. Yinglin 18.32 -.03
.60 YumBrdss 34.15 -21
.. ZaIeCp 17.85 +.03
... Zimer 77.86 -.67
.49 ZweigTi 4.78 +.02


I -A ME I AN S OC E C ANG


Div Name Last Chg
.47f AdmRsc 25.57 -.59
Adventr .49 +.05
BMBMunai 4.35 -.38
... BPZRes 14.71 +.73
BrclnriaTR 77.97 -2.83
.48 CommSys 10.73 -.10
... Crystallxg 1.78 -.12
2.66e DJIADiam 121.75 -.98
.74a EVInMu2 14.46 +.01
.. EdorGidg 6.04 +.07
1.16e ElswthFd 8.00 +.04
.45 RaPUil 12.09 +.13


... GalaxyEh .05 -.02
... GamGIdg 6.34 +.18
.... GoldSing 3.74 +.11
... GreyWolf 6.09 +.14
.. HarbAcqwt .02 -.01
... ISCOIno .16 -.00
128e iSAstlanya 2623 -.02
120e iShBraznya 7511 -28
.39e iSCannya 30.04 +.48
.52e iShGernya 29.77 -.10
..38e IShHKnya 18.79 -.09
.14e iShJapnnva 1196 -31
.37e iShKornya 56.40 +.66


.41e iSMalasnya 12.97 ..
1.05e iShMexnya 54.24 -.10
.51e iShSingnya 11.83 -.02
.39e iSTaiwnnya 1360 +.09
... iShSlver 170.26 +3.56
1.31e iShSP100cbo61.71 -.40
2.09e iShCh25nya141.65-2.44
.91e iShDJTrnya 84.39 -.82
2.68e iSSP500nyal33.38 -.60
1.95e iShEMktnval3230 -.25
.83e iSSPGthnya6220 +.13
1.89e iSSPValnya 71.10 -.74
4.07e iSh20Tnya 93.70 +1.06


.3.29e iSh1-3Tnya83.69 +.15
2.00e iSEafenya 68.34 -71
... iShNqBio 77.51 -.21
3.21e iShC&SRInya75.64-2.64
1.93e iSR1KVnya 74.37 -.69
.56e iSRlKGnya 54.76 +.15
1.33e iSRuslKnya72.72 -.23
1.43e iSR2KVnya 66.64 -.51
.50e iSR2KGnya 74.48 -.31
.77e iShR2Knya 6967 -44
2.90e iShREstnya 6340 -203
2.58e iShFnSc nya 88.29 -1.82
.35e iShDJBkrnya44.50 -,58


.52e iShSPSmnya60.79 -.22
... ntellgSys 3.28 -.07
... Invemss 44.04 -2.06
.75e MktVGold 48.54 +1.88
... Menimac 8.58 +.04
... MetroHth 2.31 -.04
.. Miramar 6.21 +.04
... NAPallg 5.60 +.62
.. NthgtMg 2.95 ...
11.82eQilSvHT 15953 +220
.. Oilsandsg 3.37 +.08
.. On2Tech .97 +.02
2.23e PhmHTr 72.64 -126


.. PolarisAund10.05 +.05 1.24e ProUShtRE111.85 +5.20
.76p PwshDB u33.41 +.97 .91e ProUShOG 45.90 -1.35
.45p PSAgri u39.03 +.95 121e ProUShtFn 10900+438
.21e PwShChina 26.87 -.23 1.02e ProUIFin 35.38 -1.46
.. PwSCInEn 21.06 -.03 1.40e ProUSR2K 8277 +1.76
1.94e PrUShS&P 64.77 +.55 1.45e ProURR2K 50.06 -.53
4.96e ProUtDow 71.12 -1.07 5.62r RegBkHT 128.27 -3.26
1.99e PrUIShDow 58.71 +.71 .. Rentech 1.22 -.08
2.16e PrUShMC 63.01 +.14 1.27e RetailHT 90.85 -1.35
5.10e ProUItQQQ 7050 +90 ,61e RdxSPEW 43.87 -.36
1.63e PrUShQQQ 51.78 -.47 .30e SodrHome 1995 -70
4.42e ProUltSP 6750 -107 2.48e SpdfrKwBk 43.41 -1.11
.33p PrUShCh25 98.20 +2.42 .48e SpdrKbwCM 56.96 -.75


2.25e SpdrKbwRB37.35 -.29
.15e SpdrRel 33.41 -.18
.41e SpdrMetM 68.44 +2.17
42r SemiHTr 28.19 +.14
.10 SportSply u11.88 +.63
2.73e SPDR 133.07 -.86
1.84e SPMid 144.14 -.50
,81e SPMats 39.83 +.83
.57e SPHithC 33.11 -.21
.60e SPCnSt 26.80 -.30
.45e SPConsum 31.57 -.18
.79e SP Engy 6985 +1.01
87e SPFnd 2712 -46


57e SPInds 3617 -27
.19e SPTech 22.30 -.17
1.10e SPUtil 39.00 -.31
sTGoldnva 91.00 +1.15
... SulphCo 4.13 +1.08
... SwRCmATRul2.17 +.37
.. Taseko '3.96 +.35
... US NGFd n 40.50 +.60
... USOilFd 7290 +3.10
3.11e VangREIT .59.12 -1.95
1.97e VangEmg 92.49 -.58
.. WestmldIf 14.65 +.78
... WilshrEnt 3.42 -.03


NASDAQNATIOALMRE


Div Name Last Chg

.. ACMooreff 12.03 -.29
.. ADCTelr 13.82 +.16
.. AMAG Ph 54.92 +1.24
.. APPPhm 10.33 +.03
.. ASMLHid 24.83 -.26
.. ASVInc 17.93
.. ATMIInc 27.35 -.01
.. ATSMed 1.51 -.03
.. AVIBlo .1.09 -.01
.. Aastrom .66 -.04
.. Abaxis 28.42 +.01
.. Accuray 11.31 +.33
20p Acergy 17.50 -.47
... AcmePckt d8.16 -.54
.. AcordaTh 22.93 +.06
.. Acsvisn 26.69 +.40
.. Actuate 4.74 -.06
.. Acusphereh .69 -.23
.24 Acxiom 11.47 +.28
.. AdobeSv 3319 +.57
.. AdolorCp 3.93 +.10
.36 Adtran 19.39 +.02
.. AdvATech 6.89 +.09
.. AdvEnid 11.68 +.40
.71 AdvantaAs 8.21 -.51
.85 AdvantaBs 9.11 -.68
.. AdventSft 49.06 +.30
.. Affymetix d19.45 -.67
.. AkamaiT 32.34 -.07
AkeenaSn 7.05 -.08
Akom 6.62 -.02
.60 Aldila 15.02 +.04
1.16 AlexBid 46.10 +.50
... Alexion 66.55 -2.06
.. AlignTech 13.01 -.15
Alkerm 13.57 -.11
.. Allscripts 15.43 +.27
.. AnyamP 31.68 +1.35
AllairNano 3.54 +.04
.16 AlteraColf 1747 +28
..Alvarion 7.30 +.07
Amazon 73.50 +2,59
.46 AmbassGp 19.41 +.62
Amedisys 44.62 +.52
AmerBioh .62 -.03
4.00f AmCapSir 33.71 -.61
.. ACmdLnn 18.84 -.27
AmerMed 13.87 -.18
.. AmSupr 19.43 -.25
.41 AmCasino 21.53 -.15
.. Amaen 4656 -17
.. AmkorTf0 8.23 +.29
.. Amsurg 25.25 -1.19
.. Amylin 30.05 -.44
.. Anadigc 9.41 +.36
.40 Anlogic 59.36
.. Analysts 1.27 -.03
... Angiotchg 3.09 -.03
.57e AngloAm 29.04 +.50
.. Ansyss 33.88 -.08
.. ApolloGrp 73.94 +.98
2.08 Apollolnv 14.92 -.11
.. Aple Inc 125.48 +4.24
.24 AoldMatI 17.93 +.28
AMCCrs 7.66 -.12
.. ArQule' 4.98 -.35
ArenaPhm 7.49 -.14
1.68 AresCap 13.25 -.16
ArgonSt 18.10 +.49
AdadP d3.18 -.16
.. Aibalnc 9.02 -.10
.60 ArkBest 29.57 +.48
.08e ArmHId 5.68 +.10
... ArrayBlo d5.36 -.66
Arris 8.53 -.29
.. Arrowhd 2.48 -.11
.. ATech 3.73 -.10
ArtesMed 2.65 +.39
ArubaNetn d492 -284
AspenTchlf 13.53 -.19
1.24 AsscdBanc 26.38 -.30
AsystTch If 2.61 -.02
AtheroGnh .62 -.01
.. Atheros 26.66 +.41


Atmel 3.42 +.06
.. Audvox 9.86 +.15
.. Autodesk 38.94 +.37
.. Avanex .78 -.01
.. AvidTch 20.68 +.09
.. AvoctCp 16.43 +.07
.. Aware 3.85 -.03
... Axcelis 4.04
.. BEAero 40.52 +.41'
.. BEASvst 1866 +01
.84e BidrsErng 49.06 +.02
.. Baiducom 23391 +1.61
.36f BankMull 11.45 -.24
... Bankrate 45.80-1.41
... BaeEscent 24.85
.. BeacnRfg 8.92 +.05
.25 BeasleyB 5.73 +.31
.20 BebeStrs 12.16 +.47
... BedBath 29.88 -.51
.. BIgBandn 5.81 -.41
Biogenldc 61.50 -.08
.. BioMarin 36.60 -.16
.. Blopurersah .47 -.01
.401 Blckbaud 25.93 -.72
... Bkboard d29.29 -.70
,. BlueCoats 25.95+2.20
.. BluPhoenx 11.19 +.18
.56 BobEvn 28.18 -.65
.20 BonTon 6,98 -.02
... Bookham 1.52 -.08
.40f BostPrv 20.87 -.58
... Brightpnt 11.83 -.66
.. Broadcom 21.45 +.79
... BrcdeCm 6.75 +.18
... BroncoDd 15.40 -.15
,34a BrklneB 10.05 -.04
BrooksAuto 11.25 -.35
,20 Bucyus 92.96 -.64
CDCCpA 3.92 -.05
,88f CHRobins 54.06 -1.54
.. CMGIrs 11.56 -.17
.. CNET 8.29 +.61
S ... CPIlntd 11.44 -.35
... CV Thera 7.82 -.20
.34 CVBFncl 10.31 -.12
.. Cadence 10.66 -.03
., CalPizzas 14.04 -.18
... CdnSolar 18.85 +.48
.74f CapCtyBk 27.03 -.86
., CpsinTrb 1.49 +.07
.. CareerEd 19.09 -.59
.. CarrierAcc 2.59 +.03
.. CarrolsRst 7.80 +.03
.40 CarverBcp 15.55 -.89
.42 CathayGen 24.88 -.83
... Caviumn 17.95 +.80
... beyond d25.21 -.39
.. Celgene 58.37 +.42
... CellGens 1.84 -.07
.. Cen|Com 5.95 +.02
... CenlEuro 55.22 -.74
.. CentGardP 5.34 -.27
... CentAI 54.60 +.80
.. Cephin d59.58 -3.95
.. Cepheid 30.21 +1.23
... Cemer 47.87 +.17
.. Channel 1.24 +.03
... CharlRsse 18.31 +.38
.. ChrmSh 5.81 -.19
.. ChartCm .00 -.08
... Chattem 80.50 +1.03
ChkPoint 20.88 +.30
... Cheesecake 19.91 +.37
... ChlldPlace 19.73 -1.55
... ChiFnOnI 15.40 +.08
... ChinaPSt 5.03 -.07
.. ChinaSunn 8.55 +.09
.. Chlndex 37.74 +4.22
... Chordnt r d6.60 -A48
.50 ChrchllD 47.39 -1.82
.. CienaCorp 24,97 +.44
1.56f CinnFin 37.78 -.25
.46f Cintas d30.43 -.16
,. Cirrus 4.99 +.47
,, Cisco 23,54 +,16
1.16 CilizRep 13.36 -.53
... CilrixSys 34.50 +.78


... CleanH 57.18 +.01
... Clearwinmn 15.35 +.85
... CogentC 17.84 -.06
... CogTechs 31.84 +4.56
... Colnstar 31.97 +2.91
... ColdwthCrk 5.39 -.20
1.00e Comarco 4,92 -.01
Comcasts 17.06 -.32
.. Comcsps 1686 -30
... CommVit 14.72 +.29
.... CompCrd 10.72 -.39
... Compuwre 8.06 +.03
... ComScoren22.92 -4.53
... ComtchGr 10.54 -.12
... Comvergenl8.78 +1.01
.. ConcurTch 33.09 +.76
.. ConcCmh .85 +.03
.. Conexanth .58 -.02
.. Conmed 26.40 -.73
.34t ConvOrgn 9.82 +.33
... Copart 38.58 -.43
... CodnthC 9.47 +.44
1.76f CorpExc 38.13 -2.01
1.00a CorusBksh 10.95 -.09
.58 Costco 63.24 -1.51
... CredSys di.22 -.06
.. Creeinc 32.22 +.42
... Cross 31.99
.. CubistPh 18.35 +.03
.. CybrSrce 16.66 +.34
Cymer 26.21 +.08
.. Cynosure 25.73 +.68
.. CyprsBio 8.28 -.09
CytRx 2.26 -.01
Cytogenh .55 +.02

.07f Daklronics 19.36 -.03
SDataDomn 21.95 +.60
.. DeckOut 114.46 -1.87
.. Dellnc 1945 +02
... DItaPtr 21.80 +1.01
... Dndreon 5,90 -.20
.. Dennys 3.05 -.03
.181 Dentsply 41.05 +.13
... DIgRiver 31.69 +1.74
... Diodess 23.60 +.34
... DirecTV 23.13 +.24
.. DiscHoldA 22.08 -.45
.. DiscvLabs 1.96 -.05
.. DishNetwk 29.18 -.27
DistEnSyh .46 +.02
DolIrFn 24.72 +.97
... DIrTree 25.35 -.64
... DoubrTake 12.65 +.53
... DressBam 11.88 -.02
.80 DryShips 73.28 +2.53
.. Dynavax 5.24 -.13
... ETrade 5.17 +.35
... eBay 2807 +23
... eHealth 24.38 -.46
.. EPIQSyss 13.31 +.49
... ev31nc 8.45 +..01
.. EZEM 20.69 -.02
2.00 EagleBulk 24.23 +.29
... ErthUnk 7.16 +.01
.40 EstWstBcp 22.33 -.81
.. EchelonC 13.16 -1.00
.. EchoSlarn 32.08 +1.16
Edipsys 24.49 -.32
EdgePet 4.45 +.04
.221 EduDv 6.38 +.18
...ElectSci 16.40 +.19
Ec... rgis 1.70 -.05
... EeclArts 44.57 -.21
... EFII 14.57 -.09
.. Emcore 13.71 +.01
... EmmisCm 2.63 -.30
EmpireRst 1.48 -.09
.08 EncorW 15.83 -.29
... EndoPhrm 25.33 +.24
EngyConv 25.79 -.88
Enlegris 7.55 -.03
... Enlrust 2.32 -.02
... EnzonPhar 8.16 -.36
... EpIcorSft 12.25 +.59
Equinix 69.29 -.26


.74e ErlcsnTl 20.29 +.30
... etrialswt d.02 -.01
... Euronet 25.25 -.62
... EvrgrSlr 10.18 +.04
... Exar 7.51 +.11
... Exelixis 6.77 -.14
.. ExideTc 9,91 -.09
.. Expedla 25.11 +1.39
28 Expdlntl 43.60 -2.41
... ExpScdps 62.54 -.16
.. ExtmnNet 3.15 +.01
.. F5Netwks 21.81 +.08
.. FCStones 40.14 -1.33
.. FURSyss 32.67 +.74
... FalconStor 8.69 +.14
.50f Fastenal 40.89 +.02
... Favrille 1.85 +.04
1.76f FithThird 25.67 -.71
... Finsar 1.70
... FstCashFn 9.57 +.01
.78 FstCharter 26.24 -.64
1.28 FCmyBcp 35.66 +.31
.92 FstMerch 27.19 +.07
1.24f FMidBc 29.55 -.32
.56 FstNiagara 12.08 -.21
... FstSolar 173.19 +7.59
1.16 FslMerit 21.29 -.35
... Rserv 50.80 -,42
... RamelT 8.87 -.14
Rlextrm 1115
.... FocusMda 45.99 +.60
.. ForbesMh .21 +.06
.. ForcePro 4.10 -,09
FormFac 20.47 -1.03
.. Fossil Inc 35.42 +.40
FosterWh s 65.28 +1.22
.. FoundryN 13.21 +.22
.08 Fredslnc 8.66 +.03
... FmlrAIr 3.17 +.05
.. FuelCell 7.83 -.12
.60 FultonFnd 12.60 -.10

... GMX Rs 26.00 +.50
,. GTCBioh .72 -.15
.75f Garmin 66.81 +.66
... Gemstar 4.34 +.10
... GenProbe 56.94 +.79
.. GenBiot 1.33 +.01
... Gentarsh .70 -.02
.42 Gentex 15.52 +.31
.. Genzyme 76.11 +.07
GeronCp 4.94 -.09
..GigaMed 18.89 +.31
GileadScis 4453 +10
.52 GlacierBc 20.07 +.39
... GlobCrsg 20.00 +.52
.. Globlind 17.41 +.02
.. Google 51669+1174
... GreenMts 36.42 -.55
... GreenfldOn 13.27 +.28
.. Gymbree 40.00 +.63
.. HLTH 10.60 -.15
1.00 HMNFn 24.11 +.79
.. HainCelIf 25.88 -.23
Halozyme 5.61 +.12
24 HanmIFncl 8.56 +.18
... HansenMed 19.14 +.97
.. HansenNat 38.25 -.64
... Harmonic 9.43 -.01
... Hanislnt d2.31 -.16
... Hayneslntn51.92 +3.07
.. HlthExt 27.96 -.03
Healthwys 52.96 -1.97
.08a HrtindEx 15,32 -.26
.. HSchein 57.90 +.47
... HercOffsh 23.26 +.36
1.20 HercTGC 12,40 +.41
... Hibbett 18.31 +.14
... Hologic 63.77 +1.37
HorsehdHn 13.17 +.29
.. HotTopic 5.43 -.21
.. HubGroup 32.75 -.12
361 HudsCity 1599 -17
... HudsonHI 6.64 +.30
HumGen 5,90 +.04
.401 HuntJB 29,.88 -.30


1.06 HuntBnk 12.60 -.37
... HutchT 15.95 +.18
IACInter d22.11 -.86
... ICOInc 9.00 -.93
... IDMPhrm 1.68 -.25
.80 IPCHold 27.01 -.18
... IdenixPh 5.08 +.06
... Illumina 67.42 +.82
.. Imclone 40.07 -.15
... Immucor 27.16 +,32
.28a ImperISgr 19.79 -1.72
Incyte 11.98 +.10
.. IndevusPh 6.13 -.25
... IndlEnthlf .42 -.01
... Infineran 112.00 -.30
15.30e lnfoSpces 9.62 -21
.. Informat 18.41 -.08
.31e InfosysT 41.70 +1.76
... InnerWkgs 13.26 -.88
.. Innodata 5.10 -.05
... Insight 18.32 +.36
... IntgDv 8.02 +.23
.511 Intel 20.27 +.22
.. IntectBrkn 31.67 -.56
.. InterDig 18.59 -.14
.. InterMune 15.39 -.99
... InterNAP 7.83 -.32
.10f IntlSpdw 41.80 -.17
.48f Intersil 22.74 +.52
... Intevac 11.23 +.34
... Intuit 29.75 +.49
,. IntSurg 300.68 +2.03
Investools 12.80 -.38
Inv8ncp 15.21 +.03
.. Invitrogn 88.06 +.64
lonaTech 3.37 +.62
... lonatron 2.66 -.06
IRISInt 15.10 +.10
... Isis 14.84 -.66
... IstaPh 4.46 .-.38
... Itron 75.92 +1.77
... IvanhoeEn 1.39 +.09
... Ixia 7.35 +.51

... j2Global 19.54 -1.41
JASolars 15,85 -.04
JDSUnich 11.94 -.18
.301 JackHenry 24,98 -.38
... JkksPac 24.13 -.16
... JamesRiv 14.64 +1.02
JetBlue 6.9 -33
.. JosphBnk 23.11 -.62
.60 JoyGIbl 64.06 -.52
I JnorNtwk 2546 +76
.60 KLATnc 41.94 +.57
... KapSlnewt 1.88 +.06
... Kenexa 18.19 +1.08
... KeryxBio 5.94 +.11
... Kforce 8.50 -.27
... KnghtCap 16.76 -.48
.. Kulicke 5.41 +.03
.72 LCAVis 17.23 +.23
... LKQCps 19.22 -.13
.60 LSIlnds 12.55 +.21
.. Labophmg 2.32 +.34
... LamRsch It 38.52 +.30
3,25e LamarAdv 41.95 -.31
.15 Landstar 47.10 -1.21
... Lattice 2.62 -.05
.. LawsnSft 8.30 +.12
... LeapWIdss 39.59 -.80
...Level3 3.00
.. LibGlobA 37.41 -.03
... LibGlobC 34.49 -.15
.. LibtyMIntA 15.37 -.14
... UbIMCapA 109.04 +2.05
... Ulecell 39.10 -.04
... LfePtH d24.95 -2.09
2.50e UgandPhm 4.26 -.03
... ULimelightn 7.27 -.11
... Uncare 33.55 -.05
.84f UnearTch 27.50 +.22
2.52f UnnEngy 19.93 -.16
.. LodgeNel 16.20 +.33
Logitech 27.55 -.02
... LookSmart 3.64 +.01


.. LoopNet 11.99 -.52
... luluemngn 34.25 +.24
... Luminex u16.97 +.63

1.76 MCGCap 12.19 -.31
1.42 MGE 32.84 -.17
MIPSTech 3.90 -.14
... MKSInst 19.59 -.25
.60 MTS 32.48 +.01
Macnysn 16.50 -.02
.. Magma 10.34 -.02
ManhAssc 22.29 +.30
Martek 28.43 -.24
MarvellT 1103 +20
.. Masimon 30.88 +.09
.. MathStarh .67 +.05
... Mattson 5.80 +.58
... MaxwrlT 7.78
..MedCath 23.37 -.61
.. Medarex 9.39 -.18
.. Mediacm 4.65 -.25
.. MedlcActs 18.89
.. MediCo 19.16 +.29
... MedlsTech 9.87 -.68
.. MelcoPBL 10.86 -.55
... MemwyPhh .65 +.05
.. MentGr d7.71 -.14
.. MercadoLn 31.72 -.01
.12 Micrel 6.18 +.07
1.28f Microchp 31.10 +.33
.. MicrosSyss 33.69 +.29
MicroSemi 21.18 +.52
,44 Microsoft 2856 +44
.. Microtune 5.40 +.22
... MicrvIlsn 2.67 +.15
... MiddleBk 3.27 +.27
... MillPhar 13.82 -.32
.35 MillerHer 29.41 -.69
.. Millicomh 101.73 +1.38
.. MIsonix 4.43 +.03
.45 Molex 22.80 +.08
Monogrm 1.39 +.12
.. MonPwSys 15.60 +.01
MonsrWw 26.61 +.07
., MorgHl 15.00 -.12
Move lnc 2.51 +.03
., MyriadGn 39.71 +.35
.. NETgear 26.00 -.37
.25e NIC Inc 6.27 -.66
... NIIHIdg 41.25 +.44
.. Nanogenh .45 -.04
... Napster d1.63 -.06
.: Nasdaq 40.77 +.69
.. Nastech 2.34 -.12
.. NaIAIIH 5.25 -.20
.68 NatPenn 16.03 +.26
.. NektarTh 6.80 -.06
.. NessTech 9.89 -.10
.. Net1UEPS 26.23 -.02
.05e NelServic 12.42 +.44
.. NelLogIc 23.88 +.47
.. Netease 17.60 +.46
.. Nellix 26.88 +.03
... NIScout 10.31 -.19
NetwkAD 22.47 +63
.. Neurcrine 5.10 -.19
.. Newport d10.06 -.11
.64e NIssan d17.00 -.46
.50 NobllyH 17.80 -.15
1.12f NorTrst 70.53 -1.69
NstarNeuro 1.61 -.05
NvtIWrls 14.02 -.50
Novell 6.55 +.04
Novlus 23.60 +.18
... NuHorizlf 5.55 -.04
NuanceCm 16.39 +.66
.. NutrlSys 23.79 -3.65
Nvidias 2499 +44
OReillyA 29.68
OSI Phrm 37.41 -1.45
.. OdysMar 4.61 -.14
OkiDomFh 30.60 +.42
Omniell 18.29 +.79
.. Omnltur 25.98 +2.38
... OmniVisn 12.52 -.05
... OnAssign 5.01 -.16


... OnSmcnd 6.45 -.01
... OnyxPh 46.32 +1.23
... OpenTxt 31.35 -.15
1.260 OpnwvSy 2.04 +.03
.25 optXpos 25.02 +.55
.. Oracle 19.19 -.01
.. OrlonEnn 9.10 +.59
.. Orlhfx 51.15 -.50
1.19f OtterTail 34.47 -.61

.. PC Mail 10.01 +.16
... PDFSol d5.89 -2.37
... PDLBlo 14.49 -.11
... PFChng 26.45 -28
PMCSra 463 +.11
... PSSWrid 17.37 -.09
.72a Pacsars 43.03 -1.11
.88 PacCapB 21.42 +.09
... PacEthan 5.88 -.16
... PacSunwr 10.91 -.41
... PaetecHn 8.45 -.15
9.00e PalmlIncs 5.96 -.03
PalmrM d12.82 -.22
... PanASIv 34.68 +1.58
PaneraBrd 34.33 -1.09
... ParamTch 16.32 +.06
... Patterson 32.53 +.79
.48 PattUTI 21.43
1,20 Paychex 32,15 +.04
.. PnnNGm 49.12 -.86
.53 PanpUtdF 17,08 -.15
Peregneh .52 +.02
Pertdclent d10.47-1.36
..PerFood 30.87 -.28
.20 Perrgo 35.52 +1,08
PetroDev u67.92 +5.26
.12 PetsMart 23.73 +.69
.401 PhanmPdt 43,71 -.05
.. Pharmion u70.35 +.37
Photon 9.10 +.80
.. Plexus 22.24 +.12
PlugPower 3.21 +.22
.. PointTherh .15 +.03
Polycom 23.68 +.59
.64 Popular 12,89 +.09
.. Pwrlntgn 27,09 -.03
... Power-One d2,22 +.09
14e PwShsQQQ4360 +49
Powrwav 3.26 -.02
... Presstek 4.52 -.08
.961 PriceTR 49.73 -1,05
priceline 101.79 +.66
ProgPh 16.01 -.38
ProgGam 2.27 +.14
1.301 PvBksh 18.79 -.18
Ps chSol 31.42 -.36
Qedh .16 +.06
O QIAGEN 20.47 +.11
O QLT 3.40 +.02
... Qogic 14.63 +.07
56 Qualcom 4192 +.98
QuestS(th 14.20 -.18
1.24 QuinlMad 23.07 +.52
RBCBear 31.72
RFMIcD 3.21 -.04
.. RackSya 8.69 +.64
RadTherSv 31.18 +.01
.. Rambus 17.80 +.30
.12e Randgold 47.10 +3.36
RealNwk 5.72 -.28
.. Regenm 19.57 -.59
RentACt 18.52 -.06
SRschMots 89,71 +4.76
Respiron u65.56 +.02
RestHrd 4.18 +.01
RigelPh 23.65 +.76
RightNow 10.87 +.02
.Riverbed 19.81 +.43
.381 RossStrs 27.53 -.42
.28f RoyGId 28.01 +,26
.. Rudolph d9.46 -.96
Ryanairs 31.15 +.60

... SBACom 30.84 +1.74
.14 SEllnvs 26.24 -.07
... SPSS 31.00 +1.62


.. SVBFnGp 48.38 +.25
.. Sal]xPhm 6.23 +.07
SanDisk 2661 +05
... Sanmina 1.69 -.14
... Sapient 6.69 +.19
... SavientPh 20.57 -.13
... Sawls 19.74 -.25
.07 Schnitzer 60.09 +2.83
... SchodSp 32.65 -.40
.20a Schwab 19.76 -.65
ScielePh 22.69 -.16
.. ScGames 22.85 +.34
.. SearsHIdgs 98.59 -4.09
.. SeattGen 9.12 -.06
.. SecureCmp 8.59 +.11
.. SelCmfrt d4.79 -.15
.52 Selctlnss 24.15 -.03
.. Semtech 11.85 +.15
.. Senomyx 6.78 -.29
Sepracor 25.50 -.39
.. Shanda 26.44 +27
... ShengdaTn 13.46 +.94
.22e Shire 53.73 -2.63
.. ShuflMsar 8.97 -.06
... Shutterfly 15.65 +1.00
.. SiRFTch 7.22 -.02
.. SierraWr 15.92 +.47
S.. gmaDsg 40.16 +.04
.46 SigmaAld 50.10 +.35
SiamaTel 2.92 +.02
Silicnlmg 4.00 -.19
SilcnLab 30.90 +.58
,. SSTh 2.58 -.06
.51r Slcnware 7.51 +.07
.. SllIvStdg 33.80 +1.77
SSins 39.79 +.49
.70f Sinclair 10.62 +.66
SiduaS 3,19 +,06
SironaDent 31.24 -.56
.12 SkyWest 25.35 -.26
SkywksSol 8,18 +.17
S SmarlM 7.61 +.04
SmilhWes 4.60 -.03
SmuriStne 9.00 -.03
Sohucm 45.08 +.80
Solarfun 15,95 +.25
SonicCorp 21.25 -.23
.. SncWall 8.02 -.02
.. SonoSite 36.92 +1.47
.. Sonus 3.70 -.05
,. SonusPhh .50 +.02
.40 SouMoBc 14.50
.76f SouthFncd 16.78 -21
SpansionA 3.47 +.01
.20 SprtnStr 21.80 +.70
.291 Staptes 23.01 +.13
Starbucks 18.26 -.27
.40a SlDynam 50.91 +1.11
.25 SteinMdt 5.99 +.36
.. StemCells 1.53 -.12
.. Sricycles 55.84 -.31
.221 SledBcsh 10.16 -.12
.381 SIdFWA 17.66 -.36
.10 StewEnt 6.79 +.10
SunMicrors 1637 +,04
.. SunPower 66.37 +2.98
.. SuperGen 2.90 +.18
1.04 SusqBnc 20.39 -.14
... Sycamore 3.41 -.02
Symantec 17.90 -,18
Symeric d3.82 -.17
Synaplltcs 29,80 +1.12
.. Synchron 19.00 -.01
Synopsys 22,29 +.24
Synovis 16.16 .-.21
SyntaxBdilh 2.27 -.04
.24 Syntel 29.69 -.14
.. SyntroCph ,90 +.18
TBS IntlA 32.61 +.85
.. TDAmerilr 17,84 +.04
.. THQ 19.42 -.40
1.44 TICCCap 10.78 +.23
.. TTMTch 10.50 +.73
.. TakeTwo 16,30 +.30
.. TaleoA 17.30 +.18
... TASER 10.96 -.01
... TechDalta 33.49 -.10


... Techne 66.59 +27
... Tekelec 11.89 -.30
... TeleTchIf 18.54 -.31
,. Telabs 6.40 -.24
.. TerreStrn 5.55 +1.03
... TescoCp 21.42 +1.03
.. TesseraT 39.30 +.47
.39e TevaPhrm 46.64 +.12
... TexRdhsA 10.56 -.72
.. Theravnce d17.77 -.39
... TWelsel d10.08 -1.38
.. Thoratec 15.18 -.18
.. 3Com 3.99 -.01
..TibcoSt 7.62 +.04
TWTele 16.37 +.48
... Vonc 8.48 +.05
TractSupp 40.27 +.78
TrdeStatn 10.61
.. TriZeto 19.70 +.51
.. TidenlMh 5.09 +.05
TdrimbleNs 26.01 -.26
TriQuint 4.47 -.07
.64 TrsINY 9.92 -.22
,92 Trustmk 22.42 -.35
2.15e UAL 39.96 +.41
.90 UAPHkIg 38.25 -.02
.12 UCBHHId 13.24 -.43
USCncrt 3.97 -.01
.. USANA 38.15 -1.99
.06 UTiWrldwddl7.03-2.46
.. UTStrcm 2.94 -.16
... UltaSalonn 15.55 -.37
.76 Umpqua 15.58 -.33
1.16 UBWV 3032 -.27
UtdNtriF 24.02 -.44
.80 UtdOnIn 11.29 +09
.10e US Enr 3.91 +.01
.10 UStaIn 54.61 +.80
... UtdTlrp 86,71 +1.04
.11 UnivFor 27.88 -1.20
UrbanOut u30,31 +136

., VCAAnt 31.60 +.08
... VNUSMedu16.68 +3.41.
....ValenceTch 2.31 +.28
ValVisA 6.03 +.06
... ValueClick 20.80 -.47
... VandaPhm 4.30 +.01
.. VarianSms 33.20 +.51
VascoDla 16.98 +.08
.. VentanaM 89.45 +.05
... Verisign 33.36 +.19
.. VerixPh d18.10 -.91
.16 VirgnMdah 14.63 +.25
.. ViroPhrm 9.47 +.07
... VistlaPrt 35.79 -.33
... Virus 5.90 -.07
Vocus 28.20 +.20
.. Volcano 11.90 +.49
.. Warnaco 33.95 -.14
WamerChil 16.23 -.63
.84 WashFed 23.69 -.28
.. Websense 19.14 +.47
.20 WemerEnt 19.27 -.23
WetSeal 2.94 -.06
1,16 WhtlneyH 26.34 -.30
.80f WholeFd 39.38 +.41
WindRvr 8.18 -.06
WdAccep 3121 -.26
6.00e Wynn 119.00 -1.59
XMSat 13,12 +1,082
,, XOMA 2,77 -.09
SX-Rite d8.83 -31
.48 Xilinx 21,43 +.22
YRCWwde 16.75 -.82
Yahoo 2920 +,16
... ZebraT 29.95 -.03
... ZhoneTch 1.10 -.02
1.72 ZionBcp 51.91 -1.00
... ZixCorp 3,81 +.06
... Zoltek 31.78 +1.18
... Zoran 12.75 +.40
Zumiez 20.01 +.02
... ZymoGen d9,01 -.39


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Yesterday Pvs Day


Australia 1.1164 1.1199
Brazil 1.7715 1.7595
Britain 1.9455 1.9405
Canada 1.0009 1.0117
China 7.1906 7.1930
Euro .6894 .6916
Honq Konq 7.8010 7,8001
Hungary 183.82 182.25
India 39.606 39.544
Indnsia 9259.26 9259.26
Israel 3.6500 3.6200
Japan 107.38 107.42
Jordan .7100 .7083
Malaysia 3.2315 3.2315
Mexico 10.7609 10.7753
Pakistan 62.72 62.90
Poland 2.50 2.49
Russia 24.7415 24.7758
Singapore 1.4171 1.4169
Slovak Rep 23.13 23.20
So. Africa 7.8001 7.7074
So. Korea 941.62 941.62
Sweden 6.4977 6.5277
Switzerind 1.1018 1.1047
Taiwan 32.00 32.00
U.A.E. 3.6720 3.6717
Venzuel 2145.92 2145.92


British pound expressed in U.S. dollars. All others show
dollar In foreign currency.



Yesterday Pvs Day

Prime Rate 6.00 6.00
Discount Rate 3.50 3.50
Federal Funds Rate 3.00 3.38
Treasuries
3-month 2.17 2.06
6-month 2.05 2.08
5-year .2.69 2.74
10-year 3.65 3.59
30-year 4.44 4.31



FUTURES
Exch Contract Settle Chg
Lt Sweet Crude NYMX Mar 08 91.77 +3.66
Corn CBOT Mar 08 508 +81/2
Wheat CBOT May 08 11094 +30
Soybeans CBOT May 0813581/2 +8
Cattle CME Apr08 95.10 -.95
Pork Bellies CME Mar08 98.10 +1.10
Sugar (world) NYBT Mar08 12.71 +.73
Orange Juice NYBT Mar08 128.70 -3.85

SPOT
Yesterday Pvs Day
Gold (troy oz., spot) $918.40 $908.70
Silver (troy oz., spot) $17.075 $16.824
Copper (pound) $3.5345 $3.2b0b
NMER =New York Mercantile Exchange. CBOT = Chicago
Board of Trade. CMER = Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
NCSE = New York Cotton, Sugar & Cocoa Exchange.
NCTN = New York Cotton Exchange.


THE MARKET IN REVIEW










CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


BUSINESS


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UHSDAY, 1'JEBIUARY 9, 2008 9A


4-wk
iiame NAV Chg %Rtn
"AIM Investments A:
ChartAp 15.39 -.04 -4.2
Constp 25.10 +.09-10.5
HYdAp 4.10 -.02 -0.6
IntlGrow 27.78 -.16-10.3
SelEqtyr 19.08 -.05 -6.0
AIM Investments B:
CapDvBt 14.45 +.04 -5.5
AIM Investor Cl:
energy 40.22 +.70 -8.5
SummitPp 13.48 ... NA
Utilies 18.28 -.05 -9.6
Advance Capital I:
Balanop 16.65 +.02 -4.0
RetInc 9.42 -.03 .0.1
Alger Funds B:
SmCapGrt16.02 +.01 -5.9
AlllanceBern A:
BalanAp 15.72 -.06 -4.7
GIbTchA p 63.68 +.93-11.2
IntValAp 18.95 -.19-11.8
SmCpGrA 26.52 -.01 -6.3
AllanceBern Adv:
IncValAdv 19.26 -.19-11.8
LgCpGrAd 20.92 +.14-10.9
AlllanceBem B:
GIbTchBt 56.34 +.81-112
GrowthB t 24.23 +.15-10.3
SCpGrB t 21.87 -.06 -6.3
AllianceBern C:
SCpGrC i21.95 -.07 -6.4
Allianz Funds A:
NFJDvVl 11528 -.02 -4.6
Allianz Funds C:
I GrowthCt22.61 +.16 -7.2
TargetCt 17.76 +.14 -72
'Amer Beacon Insti:
SLgCaplnst21.61 -.19 -4.8
Amer Beacon Plan:
LgCpPIn 20.60 -.19 -4.8
Amer Century Adv:
EqGroAp21.71 -.05 -7.1
Amer Century Inv:
Balanced n15.15 +.01 -3.6
Eqlncn 7.34 -.06 -3.9
.Growthln 23.47 +.07 -7.8
CHeritagel n19.01 +.20 -8.8
.lncGlron 26.61 -.06 -4.5
5lntDiscrn12.40 -.03 -9.4
InlGroln 11.99 -.06 -9.9
"'LieSdn 5.61 -.04 -6.0
'NewCpp rn7.08-.02 -72
OneChAg n12.70-.01 -5.9
RealEstl n20.62 -.70 +3.8
Ultra n 21.54 +.09-10.6
Valuelnv n 5.83 -.06 -3.0
vsa n 18.,40 +.22 -9.3
American Funds A:
AmcpAp 18.57 -.06 -4.5
AMulAp 26.35 -.07 -42
BalAp 18.38 -.03 -3.0
BondAp 13.09 +.01 +0.3
CapWAp20.05 +.02 +0.1
CapIBA p 57.77 -.24 -6.7
CapWGAp40.06-.17 -9.2
EupacA pF4527 -.11 -9.6
FdinvA p 38.89 +.02 -5.6
GwtrhAp 31.33 +.04 -52
HITrAp 11.42 -.05 -1.4
IncoAp 18.12 -.09 -4.7
IntBdAp 13.58 +.02 +0.6
ICAAp 30.38 -.11 -5.5
NEoAp 2423 -.09 -72
NPerAp 31.00 +.02 -72
NwWrldA 54.08 -.16 -8.3
SmCpAp 36.41 -.05 -7.4
TxExAp 12.37 +.01 +0.2
WshAp 30.94 -21 -5.8
American Funds B:
BalBt 18.30 -.03 -3.1
CaplBB t 57.77 -24 -6.8
CpWGrB 139.83 -.17 -9.3
GrwthB t 3025 +.03 -5.3
-IncoBt 18.01 -.01 -4.7
ICABt 30.22 -.12 -5.6
WashBt 30.73 -21 -5.8
Ariel Mutual Fds:
BApprec 40.12 -.36 -1.4
Aridel 42.11 -.64 -1.6
Artisan Funds:
Intl 25.62 -.12-11.4
-MidCap 27.51 +.03 -6.0
MidCapVal 17.77-.08 +4.0
Baron Funds:
SAsset 57.43 -.05 -4.9
Growth 46.77 -.17 -3.4
7Partnersp21.58 -.12 -0.9
,SmCap 2124 -.09 -4.4
.Bernstein Fds:
IntDur 138.21 +.03 0.0
Di Mu 14.36 +.01 +12
TxMgdlntl 21.60 -.08-10.3
oIntlPort 21.52 -.08-10.5
ScEmMkts 35.84 -25-10.0
BlackRock A:
'AumraA 19.67 -.13 -3.7
CapDevA p15.99+.07 -7.6
^GIAIAr 19.10 +.04 -3.9
,,-iYlnvA 7.42 -.03 -1.5
B.lackRock B&C:
.,GIAICt 17.96 +.04 -4.0
BlackRock Instl:
BaVIi 27.20 -.18 -5.2
4GlbAilocr 19.17 +.04 -3.9
Brandywine Fds:
BlueFd n 30.98 +.07 -7.1
Bmdywn n31.65 +.17 -6.6
Brinson Funds Y:
HiYldlYn 6.42 -.02 -0.1
CGM Funds: -
CapDvn 25.82 +.15 -4.3
Focus n 46.86 +.47 -8.6
Mutdn 29.18 +.08 -6.4
Realtyn 29.20 -.53 -2.0
CRM Funds:
MdCpVI 27.50 -.10 -2.6
Calamos Funds:
Gr&lncAp28.95 +.10 -5.6
GrwthAp 50.46 +.53 -9.0
GrowthC 146.92 +.49 -9.1
Calvert Group:
Incop 16.44 -.01 -02
SIntEqAp 18.61 -.15-10.2
Munlnt 10.70 ... +0.5
SocidalAp 27.71 -.04 -32
SocBdp 15.90 -.02 +0.2
SocEqAp35.06 +.13 -6.3
TxFU 10.05 ... +0.5
TxFLge p 16.37 +.01 -0.3
TxFVr 15.87 +.02 +0.4
Causeway Intl:
lnslitutnlrn14.85 -.01 -9.3
Clipper 73.05 -.62 -6.6
Cohen & Steers:
RIltyShrs 56.37-1.92 +3.4
Columbia Class A:
Acomt 26.32 -.06 -3.2
FocEqAt 21.70 ... -8.1
21CntryAt14.90 -.06 -4.7
MarsGrAt 20.43' -.01 -7.7
Columbia Class Z:
Acorn Z 27.00 -.06 -3.2
AcomlntZ38.09 -.10 -8.9
InEqZ 1525 -.04 -9.4
LgCpldxZ25.77 -.11 -62
MrlnOpZr 14.02 -.05 -9.7
CG Cap Mkt Fds:
LgGiw 14.44 +.07 -6.6
- OFA Funds:
t USCorEq2n10.75-.04 -3.2
I DWS Scudder CI A:
CommArp20.46 +.01 -8.0
-DrHIRA 43.69 -.42 -3.7
l-DWS Scudder Cl S:
CorPlslnc 12.57 +.03 -0.1
_EnmMkIn 12.01 -.08 -1.4
EmMkGrr 21.05 -.10-12.3
I EuroEq 31.42 -.01 -9.7
I GIbBdSr 10.28 +`01 +0.9
I _GlbOpp 37.62 -.07 -9.3
i Glbrnnem25.18 -.12 -8.8
-Goki&Pro 22.92 +.67 -4.8
" GrolncS 16.50 -.03 -6.0
!-HiYIdTx '12.83 +.01 0.0
' IntTxAMT 11.29 +.01 +0.7
IntlFdS 61.25 -.26-10.1
LgCoGro 27.74 +.16 -6.3
LatAmrEq 65.72 +.08 -7.1
MgdMuniS9.09 ... 0.0
MATFS 14.42 +.01 +0.6
, Davis Funds A:
iNYVenA 36.73 -.11 -4.6
I Davis Funds B:
l NYVenB 35.18 -.10 -4.6
'.Davis Funds C &Y:
' .-NYVenY 37.15 -.11 -4.6
-NYVen C 35.41 -.10 -4.6
Delaware Invest A:
TrendAp 15.51 +.06 -5.1
TxUSAp 11.37 ... +0.3
Delaware Invest B:
DelchB 3.07 -.02 -2.3
SelGrB t 23.88 -.05 -5.5
Dimensional Fds:
EmMktV 39.19 -.37-11.7
lnlSmVan17.67 -.05 -5.0
USLgCo n39.09 -.17 -6.1
USLgVan21.57 -.11 -2.5
USMicron12.18 -.07 -3.7


US Small n17.70 -.08 -2.7
USSmVa22.53 -.13 +1.3
IntlSmCon16.78 -.05 -6.4
EmgMktn29.74 -.26-11.0
Fixdxn 10.18 -.04 +0.3
IntVan 21.14 -.10 -9.9
Glb5Fxlncn10O.78 ... +0.4
TMIntVa 16.95 -.08-10.3
TMMktwV 15.85 -.09 -2.6
2YGIFxd n10.32 ... +0.4
DFARIEn22.53 -.79 +3.7
Dodge&Cox:
Balanced 76.31 -.27 -3.9
Income 12.66 +.03 +1.1
IntlStk 40.29 -.14 -9.9
, Stock 125.51 -.80 -6.6
Dreyfus:
SAprec 40.48 -.17 -7.6
Dreyf 9.28 -.03 -.1
DrS00lnI 37.53 -.16 -62
EmgLd 23.44 -.08 -1.6
-FLIntr 12.89 .., 0.0
InsMu ... ... 0.0
Dreyfus Founders:
GrowthB ... ... 0.0
GrwthF p ... ... 0.0
Dreyfus Premier:
CorVivp 27.28 -.16 -5.8
LtdHYdA p 6.68 -.03 -1.2
SIrValA r 29.30 -.11 -5.2


TchGroA 23.76 +.43 -8.2
Driehaus Funds:
EMktGr 37.53 -.01-12.4
Eaton Vance CI A:
ChinaAp 28.49 -.43-17.5
AMTFMBI10.53 -.01 -0.7
MultiCGrA 9.28 +.05 -4,8
InBosA 5.89 -.03 -2.2
LgCpVal 20.76 -.05 -4.9
NatlMun 11.02 -.01 -1.8
SpEqtA 14.82 +.11 -5.5
TradGvA 7.42 +.01 +1.6
Eaton Vance Cl B:
FLMBI .A10.59 -.01 -1.0
HlthSBt 10.07 -.08 -9.6
NatlMBt 11.02 -.01 -1.7
Eaton Vance Cl C:
GovtC p 7.41 +.01 +1.6
NatIMCt 11.02 -.01 -1.7
Evergreen A:
AsuIlvp 14.08 -.05 -5.1
Evergreen C: :
AstAIICt 13.65 -.05 -5.2
Evergreen I:
CorBdl 10.14 ... NA
SIMunil 9.98 +.01 +1.0
Excelsior Funds:
Energy 23.70 +.58 -5.2
HiYieldp 4.22 ... -0.6
ValRestr 53.03 +.11 -1.4
FBR Funds:
Focus 50.98 -.23 0.0
FPA Funds:
Nwlnc 11.12 +.02 +1.0
Fairholme 31.09 +.07 +0.6
Federated A:
MidGrStA 35.59 +.14 -5.0
KaufmA p 5.61 -.02 -7.3
MuSecA 10.37 ... -0.1
Federated InsthI:
KaufmnK 5.61 -.03 -7.3
Fidelity Adv Foc T:
EnergyT 49.11 +.99 -7.2
HItCarT 20.24 -.20-10.1
Fidelity Advisor A:
DivintAr 18.98 -.15-10.4
Nwlnsghpl9.17 +.12 -8.4
Fidelity Advisor I:
Divlntln 19.30 -.15-10.4
EqGrI n 60.66 +.44 -7.6
Eqlnl n 26.85 -25 -5.0
IntBdIn 10.76 +.02 +0.5
Fidelity Advisor T:
BalanoT 15.26 -.0 -.02-3.5
DMntTp 18.78 -.15-10.4
DivGrTp 11.33 -.07 -5.7
DynCATp 17.89 +01 -3.8
EqGrTp 56.99 +.41 -7.6
EqInT 2n.45 -26 -5.1
GrOppT 35.56 +.83-10.4
HilnAdTp 9.53 -.02 -2.5
IntBdT 10.74 +.02 +0.4
MidCpTp20.14 +.06 -8.5
MulncTp 12.80 +. +03+0.1
OvrseaT 20.99 -.07 -9.4
STFiT 927 ... +0.3
Fidelity Freedom:
FF2010n 14.10 -3.2
FF2015n 11.75 -.01 -3.8
FF2020n 14.69 -.01 -4.6
FF2025n 12.18 -.01 -4.9
FF2030n15.05 -.02 -5.8
FF2035n 12.44 -.02 -6.0
FF2040n 8.81 -.02 -6.2
Income 1127 ... -0.8
Fidelity Invest:
AggrGrrn19.81 +.06-10.1
AMgrSOn 14.65 ... -3.7
AMgr7O n 15.64 -.01 -5.3
AMgr2Orn12.21 +.01 -1.3
Balancn 18.40 -.03 -3.4
BlueChGr n38.76+.13 -9.0
CAMunn12.25 +.01 -0.1
Canada n 56.66 +.89 -5.1
CapAp n 24.66 +.02 -3.8
CapDevOn11.18+.02 -7.6
Cplncrn 8.30 -.02 -1.6
Chinalg n26.51 -.11-14.1
CngSan 450.82 -.55 -82
CTMun rn11.46 +.02 +0.5
Contra en63.86 -20 -8.6
CnvScn 26.30 +.09 -3.1
DisEq n 26.39 +.07 -7.4
Divlnttn 34.72 -.05-10.0
DivStrOn14.65 -.06 -7.6
DivGthn 26.99 -.14 -5.5
EmrMkn 29.43 -.14-12.4
Eq Ilncn 50.31 -.43 -4.8
EQIIn 20.78 -.19 -5.1
ECapAp 22.84 +.01-11.4
Europe 36.36 +.04-11.3
Exchn 317.58 -.09 -6.9
Exportn 2225 +.11 -9.1
Fidein 35.60 -.02 -8.4
Fifty rn 18.63 +.08 -7.5
FrdnOnen28.12 -.07 -5.1
GNMAn 11.05 -.01 +0.7
Govtlnc 10.58 +.03 +1.6
GroCon 73.19 +.37-9.0
Grolncn 024.93 -.08-4.6
Highlnc r n 8.34 -.02 -1.0
Indepn n 24.81 +.28 -7.1
InBd n 10.23 +.02 +0.5
IntGovn 10.51 +.03 +1.8
IntlDiscn 37.35 -.11-10.5
lntIlSCprn20.30 -.11 -9.5
InvGBn 7.21 +.02 +02
Japan n 12.70 -.368 -9.4
JpnSm n 9.34 -.19-12.3
LCpV1rn 13.12 -.06 -5.9
LatAmn 58.01 +.07 -5.7
LevCoStk n29.54 +.20 -2.5
LowPrn 3825 -.12 -2.8
Magelin n83.16 +.47-7.1
MDMurnl0.90 +.01 +0.3
MAMunn11.88 +.01 0.0
MegaCpStk nlO.57-.03-6.2
MIMune n11.92 +.01 +0.4
MidCapn25.97 +.11 -5.9
MN Mune n11l.33-.01 +0.4
MtgSecn 10.48 +.03 +02
Munilnce n12.68 +.02 +02
NJMunrnl1.61 ... +0.1
NwMktrnl4.49 -.11 -1.1
NwMilln 26.00 +.02 -82
NYMunn12.83 +.01 +0.1
OTCn 43.19 +.42-12.1
OhMunenll.66 ... +0.4
100lIndex 9.52 -.06 -7.5
Ovrsean 42.11 -.20 -9.6
PcBasn 25.91 -27-12.8
PAMunrenlO.84 ... +02
Puritn n 17.78 ... -42
RealEn 25.16 -.82 +4.2
StIntMun 10.52 ... +1.4
STBFn 8.62 ... +0.4
SmCaplnd r 1725+.01 -6.7
SmlCpS r n15.91-.10 -3.5
SEAsian 33.40 -21-14.7
StkSlcn 26.51 -.05 -6.9
Stralncn 10.39 -.01 -0.5
SIrReRtr 10.08 +.03 +0.8
TolalBdn 10.38 +.02 +0.4
Trend en 60.72 +.34-10.6
USBIn 11.00 +.04 +0.8
Ublty n 18.36 -.17-10.3
ValStraet n25.93 -.07 -3.6
Value n 69.34 -.38 -1.5
Wrldwn 18.77 -.05 -8.5
Fidelity Selects:
Air n 39.87 -.41 +0.2
Bankingn23.58 -.46 +3.3
Blotch n 63.88 -.39 -7.1
Broken 59.86 -.70 -32
Chemn 78.84+126 -2.4
ComEquip n19.09+20 -7.0
Campn 38.31 +.71-11.3
ConDisn 20.07 -.10 +1.0
ConStapn62.05 -.20 -6.9
CstHon 32.81 -.47 +0.6
DfAern 80.60 -.36 -4.4
Electr n 36.96 +.28 -7.8
Enrgyn 59.83+1.21 -7.1
EngSv n 84.26+1.11-15.2
Envirn 17.28 +`01 -6.9
FinSvn 88.16-1.68 -3.4
Goldrn 42.49+1.20 -5.2
Health 116.07 -1.16 -9.6
HomFn 27.91 -.62 +4.6
Insurn 55.75 -.82 -8.8
"Leisrn 71.94 -.02 -1.9
Material n54.75 +`96 -2.6
MedOln 47.04 -.57-10.8
MdEqSys n24.53 -.11 -4.7
Multmdn 35.12 +.02 -1.1
NIGasn 45.96+1.20 -2.4
Papern 28.92 -28 -12
Pharmn 10.61 -.14-11.9
Retail n 38.58 -.06 +1.8
Soflwrn 68.56+1.72 -9.5
Techn 64.63 +`51-12.2
Telinn 43.66 +.10-10.4
Transn 46.51 -.37 +7.8
UlilGrn 58.60 -.42-10.2
Wireless n 7.30 +.07 -8.9
Fidelity Spartan:
Eqldxlnvn47.15 -.20 -6.1
5001nxlnl r n92.04-.39 -6.1
Inllnxlnv n41.35 -.22-102
TolMktlnv n37.27-.13 -5.3
Fidelity Spart Adv:
EqldxAdn47.15 -20 -6.1
500Adrn92.04 -.39 -6.1


ToMktAd r n37.27-.13 -5.3
First Eagle:
GIbLA 42.55 +.18 -3.5
OverseasA21.80+.12 -4,5
First Investors A
BIChpAp 22.42 -.10 -5.9
GloblAp 6.88 +.01 -7.4
GovtAp 10.94 +.01 +0.7
GrolnAp 14.50 -.01 -3.3
IncoA p 2.77 -.01 -0.8
MATFA p 11.63 ... -0.1
MITFAp 12.17 +.01 0.0
MidCpAp 2521 +.05 -3.9
NJTFAp 12.71 -.01 -0.2
NYTFAp 14.34 +.01 +0.2
PATFAp 12.85 +.01 +0.3
SpSitAp 21.27 +.04 -3.1
TxExAp 9.89 +.01 +0.4
ToIRtAp 14.52 ... -1.4
ValueBp 7.17 -.03 -3.4
Firsthand Funds:
GIbTech 4.58 -.01 -6.1
TechVal 36.12 +.11-11.1
Frank/Temp Frnk A:
AdJUS p 8.93 ... +0.9
ALTFAp 11.44 ... +0.1
AZTFAp 10.97 ... 0.0
Ballnvp 54.61 -.30 +0.1
CallnsAp 12.59 +.01 -0.2
CAIntAp 11.57 ... +0.3


LII. AvilL


CaITFAp 7.23 +.01 0.0
CapGrA 11.22 ... -5.6
COTFAp 11.89 ... -0.2
CTTFAp 10.97 +.01 0.0
CvtScAp 14.73 -.04 -0.9
DblTFA 11.75 +.01 -0.2
DynTchA 27.18 +.24-11.4
EqlncAp 18.54 -.09 -1.8
Fedlnlp 11.55 +.01 +0.5
FedTFAp 11.98 +.01 0.0
FLTFAp 11.75 +.01 +0.2
FoundAlp12.44 -.04 -5.5
GATFAp 12.04 ... 0.0
GoldPrM A 39.20+1.11 -3.9
GrwthAp 40.99 -.10 -4.0
HYTFAp 10.54 +.01 +0.1
IncomAp 2.46 -.02 -2.7
InsTFAp 12.16 +.01 -0.3
NYITFp 10.99 +.01 +0.4
LATFAp 11.43 ... -0.4
LMGvScA1027 +.01 +1.4
MDTFAp11.51 +.01 -0.5
MATFAp 11.83 +.01 0.0
MITFAp 12.22 +.01 +0,3
MNInsA 12.07 +.01 0.0
MOTFAp 12.14 +.01 -0.2
NJTFAp 12.08 ... +0.1
NYInsAp 11.34 -.02 -0.9
NYTFAp 11.71 +.01 +0.2
NCTFAp 12.15 +.01 -0.2
OhiolAp 12.59 +.01 -0.1
ORTFAp 11.85 +.01 +0.2
PATFAp 10.38 ... 0.0
ReEScAp16.40 -.57 +1.6
RisDvAp 31.92 -27 -1.0
SMCpGrA31.10 +.23 -6.4
USGovAp 6.55 +.01 +0.7
UtilsAp 13.50 -.06-10.1
VATFAp 11.71 +.01 +0.1
Frank/Tmp Frnk Adv:
IncmeAd 2.45 -.01 -2.7
Frank/Temp Frnk B:
IncomeBt 2.45 -.02 -2.8
Frank/Tremp Frnk C:
FoundAlp 12.24 -.04 -5.5.
IncomC t 2.48 -.01 -2.7
Frank/Temp MtI A&B:
BeacnA 14.43 -.07 -4.4
DiscA 29.34 ... -5.9
QualidAt 20.47 -.05 -3.4
ShresA 23.18 -.09 -4.6
Frank/Temp Mtl C:
DiscCt 29.08 -.01 -6.0
SharesC 122.90 -.09 -4.7
Frank/Temp Temp A:
DvMktAp 26.00 +.02-12.9
ForgnAp 10.92 -.02 -9.3
GIBdAp 11.69 +.01 +1.0
GrwthAp 21.23 -.05 -9.0
WodrldAp 16.55 -.05 -9.4
Frank/Temp Tmp Adv:
GrthAv 21.25 -.05 -9.0
Frank/Temp Tmp B&C:
DevMktC 25.35 +.03-12.9
ForgnCp 10.71 -.02-9.4
GrwthCp 20.66 -.05 -9.0
GE Elfun S&S:
S&Slnc 11.32 +.02 +0.9
S&S PM 40.69 -.06 -6.5
GE Investments:
TRFd1 17.28 -.03 -5.1
GMO Trust III:
EmMkr 1924 -.16-11.7
For 15.85 -.10-10.3
IntlntrVI 28.46 -.17-11.5
GMO Trust IV:
EmrMkt 19:17 -.15-11.7
Foreign 15.85 -.10-10.3
IntlGrEq 26.16 -.08 -9.4
IntflIntrVl 28.45 -.16-11.5
GMO Trust VI:
EmgMkts r 19.18 -.16-11.7
InftlndxPI 23.44 -.19 +0.9
IntlCorEq 35.18 -.22-10.5
USQGtyEq 20.50 -.11 -7.7
Gabelli Funds:
Asset 45.37 -.07 -5.6
Gateway Funds:
Gateway 27.51 -.03 -2.4
Goldman Sachs A:
HYMuAp1028 +.01 -0.1
MdCVAp32.95 -.18 -2.2
Goldman Sachs Inst:
HYMunin 10.29 +.02 0.0
MidCapV 3323 -.18 -2.2
Strulnt 12.80 -.06-10.4
Harbor Funds:
Bond 12.31 +.02 +2.0
CapApInst 32.98 +.26 -8.5
Intlr 62.26 -24-10.5
Hartford Fds A:
CpAppAp 36.09 +.04 -7.1
DivGthA p 19.31 -.07 -6.8
Hartford Fds C:
CapApC t32.38 +.03 -7.2
Hartford Fds L:
GrnOppL 29.19 +.18 -6.6
Hartford HLS IA:
CapApp 47.06 +.07 -6.7
Div&Gr 20.50 -.07 -6.8
Advisers 19.70 -.02 -3.5
Stock 42.58 -.16 -5.6
TotRetBd 11.27 +.02 +0.5
Hartford HLS IB :
CapAppp46.65 +.07 -6.7
Henderson GIbI Fds:
IntlOppA p 22.31 -.03 -9.3
Hennessy Funds:
CorGroll 18.40 +.01 -6.4
HollBalFd nl5.66 -.01 -3.2
HussmnStrGr 15.50+.14+0.7
ICON Fds:
Energy 28.48 +.48-12.7
Hllhcare 15.04 -.10 -9.4
ISI Funds:
NoAm p 7.74 +.04 +1.8
Ivy Funds:
AssetSC t 26.48 +.09 -3.9
AssetSIAp 26.86 +.09 -3.8
GINatRsA p 34.65+.44 -8.8
JPMorgan A Class:
MCpValp22.60 -.11 -2.2
JPMorgan Set Cis:
IntrdAmer n25.01 +.01 -5.1
Janus:
Balanced 24.59 +.03 -2.3
Contrarian 18.69 -.09 -2.5
Enterpr 52.51 +.02 -3.3
FedTE 6.28 -.02 -0.8
FIxBnd 9.72 +.02 +1.3
Fund 28.94 -.01 -7.3
FundaEq 23.77 -.01 -5.6
G LifeSci 22.84 -.17 -6.7
GFTechr 13.04 +.04 -9.6
Gdinc 33.02 +.03 -5.2
MdCpVal 21.74 -.02 +0.1
Orion 11.70 +.02 -4.5
Overseas r 49.34 -.25 -5.7
Research 27.94 -.07 -5.6
ShTmBd 2.91 ... +1.0
Twenty 66.60 +.52 -7.6
Venlur 49.29 -.37 -7.7
WddWr 50.76 -.25 -1.6
Janus Adv S Shrs:
Forty 37.38 +.28 -5.7
JennlsonDryden A:
BlendA 17.00 +.08 -7.1
HiYdAp 5.32 -.02 -1.0
InsuredA 10.63 +.01 -0.6
UtiltyA 12.82 +.03 -8.3
JennlsonDryden B:
GrowthB 14.63 +.11 -8.5
HiYIdB t 5.32 -.02 -0.9
InsuredB 10.66 +.02 -0.6
John Hancock A:
BondAp 14.70 +.01 -0.5
ClasslcVIp20.37-.38 -1.1
RgBkA 21.53 -.35 +7.4
SIrlnAp 6.45 .. -0.3
John Hancock B:
StrlncB 6,45 .,, -OA4
John Hancock Cl1:
LSAggr 13.61 -.02 -6.8
LSBalanc 13.60 -.03 -3.9
LSGIrwth 13.78 -.02 -5.3
Julius Beer Funds:
InlEql r 39.51 -.05 -9.4
InllEqA 38.57 -.05 -9.4
InlEqllr 15.13 -.03-10.0
Keeley Funds:
SmCpValAp24.71 .,. -3.5
Kinetics Funds:
Pdm 27.48 -.04 -7.4
LSWalEq nl5.92 -.09 -2.7
Lazard Instl:
EmogMkUt 22.06 +.04 -6.4
Legg Mason: Fd
OpporTrt 16.07 -.02 +1.6
Splnvp 28.10 -.11 -6.8
ValTrp 55.29 -.44 -5.8
Legg Mason Instll:
ValTrlnst 62.79 -.50 -5.8
Legg Mason Ptrs A:
AgGrAp 108.58 -.35 -3.7
ApprAp 14.28 -.03 -3.5
HIncAt 6.14 -.05 -1.2
InAICGA p 9.76 +.02 -9.5
LgCpGA p 23.03 +.04 -4.2


MgMuAp 15.72 +.01 +0.4
Legg Mason Ptrs B:
CaplncBt 114.67 -.04 -3.5
LgCpGBt 21.32 +.04 -4.3
Longleaf Partners:
Partners 30.22 +.07 -3.6
Intl 17.55 -.10 -6.9
SmCap 24.99 -.28 -2.1
Loomis Sayles:
LSBondl 14.51 +.04 +0.7
StrIncC 14.95 +.03 +0.5
LSBondR 14.46 +.03 +0.6
StrincA 14.88 +.02 +0.5
Lord Abbett A:
AffilAp 12.77 -.08 -6.2
BdDebAp 7.62 -.02 -1.2
MidCpAp1620 -.05 -3.0
MFS Funds A:
MITA 19.39 -.09 -5.9
MIGA 13.89 -.01 -6.4
HilnA 3.52 -.02 -1.9
IntNwDA 21.38 -.07 -7.7
MFLA 9.91 +.01 +0.1
TotRA 14.55 -.02'-2.6
UtilA 17.65 +.02 -8.4
ValueA 24.30 -.14 -6.0
MFS Funds B:
MIGBn 12.56 -.01 -6.5
GvScBOn 9.77 +.02 +1.0
HilnBn 3,53 -.02 -2.0
MulnBn 8.49 ... +0.2
TotRBn 14.54 -.03 -2.8
MFS Funds Instl:
IntlEq n 17.66 -.06-10.4
MainStay Funds A:
HiYIdBA 5.99 -.01 -12
MainStay Funds B:
CapApBt 126.78 +.18 -7.7
ConvBt 14.56 +.01 -4.0
GovtBt 8.42 +.02 +0.7
HYIdBBt 5.95 -.01 -1.3
IntlEqB 12.96 -.02 -8.2
SmCGBp 13.21 +.03 -6.9
TotRtBt 16.15 +.03 -4.2
Mairs & Power:
Growth 71.95 -.33 -2.0
Marsico Funds:
Focus p 17.70 +.02 -7.9
Grow p 19.79 +.03 -7.7
21sltCntp 15.73 -.08 -4,8
Matthews Asian:
India r 20.29 -.44-16.3
PacTiger 24.64 -.24-10.8
Metro West Fds:
TotRelBd 9.94 +.02 +0.6
Midas Funds:
MidasFd 5.44 +.12 -8.4
Monetta Funds:
Monettan 14.39 +.03 -7.9
Morgan Stanley A:
DivGthA 17.38 -.05 -7.0
Morgan Stanley B:
DivGtB 17.51 -.06 -7.1
GIbDivB 13.20 -.03 -9.6
StratB 18.72 ... -3.5
MorganStanley Inst:
EmMktl In 29.42 -.08-13.1
IntlEqln 16.86 -.03 -9.9
Under Funds A:
IntemtA 20.44 +.26 -8.4
Mutual Series:
BeacnZ 14.54 -.06 -4.3
DiscZ 29.67 ... -5.9
QualfdZ 20.61 -.05 -3.4
SharesZ 23.36 -.09 -4.6
Neuberger&Berm Inv:
Focus 24.73 -.03 -4.8
Geneslnst44.44 +.27 -2.7
Inter 18.17 -.03 -8.2
Partner 29.46 -.04 -5.5
Neuberger&Berm Tr:
Genesis 46.42 +.29 -2.8
Nicholas Group:
HilncIl n 9.93 -.02 -0.6
Nichsn 46.23 -.24 -1.8
Northern Funds:
SmCpidx 8.72 -.05 -2.9
Technly 12.13 +.13 -7.8
Oak Assoc Fds:
WhitOkSGn32.77+.14 -8.1
Oakmark Funds I:
Eqtylncr 26.41 +.09 -1.0
Global 21.65 ... -6.7
Intl I r 18.40 -.06 -7.5
Oakmarkr38.06 -.25 -1.8
Select r 24.26 -.20 +0.4
Old Mutual Adv II:
Tc&ComZ 14.33 +.20-10.0
Oppenheimer A:
AMTFMu 8.97 ... -0.6
AMTFrNY 12.52 +.03 -0.6
CAMuniAp 10.21+.01 -1.9
CapApAp 45.36 +.35 -7.8
CaplncA p 10.94 -.04 -2.7
ChmplncAp 8.26-.07 -4.7
DvMktAp43.10 -.31-10.7
Disc p 50.21 +.10 -7.1
EquityA 9.17 +.01 -7.8
GlobA p 63.55 -.08 -8.7
GIbOppA 29.61 -.09 -4.3
Goldp 36.17 +.91 -5.5
IntBdAp 6.49 +.01 +0.3
MnStFdA 32.89 -.06 -6.1
MSSCA p 17.94 -.04 -2.0
MidCapA 17.66 +.03 -.6
PAMuniAp 12.13+.01 -0.9
S&MdCpVl 33.33-.04 -3.2
StrinAp 4.38 ... -0.3
USGvp 9.62 +.02 +02
Oppenheimer B:
AMTFMu 8.94 +.01 -0.5
AMTFrNY 12.52 +.02 -0.6
CplncBt 10.80 -.05 -2.8
ChplncBt 18.25 -.07 -4.8
EquityB 8.60 +.01 -7.8
StrIncB 1 4.40 ... -0.3
Oppenhelm Quest:
QBalA 15.07 -.08 -1.2
Oppenheimer Roch:
LtdNYAnp 3.34 ... +0.4
RoMuAp17.63 +.03 -0.9
RcNIMuA 10.67 +.01 -2.3
PIMCO Admin PIMS:
TotRIAd 11.00 +.01 +1.8
PIMCO InstIl PIMS:
AllAsset 12.74 +.01 +0.1
ComodRR 18.06 +.55 +7.4
DevLcMk r 10.56 -.01 -0.8
FItlncr 9.53 -.06 -1.6
HiYld 9.36 -.03 -0.4
LowDu 10.32 +.01 +1.6
RealRltnl 11.38 +.09 +3.0
TotRt 11.00 +.01 +1.9
PIMCO Funds A:
RealRtAp 11.38 +.09 +3.0
ToIRtA 11.00 +.01 +1.8
PIMCO Funds D:
TRtnp 11.00 +.01 +1.8
PhoenlxFunds A:
BalanA 13.41 -.02-3.5
CapGrA 15.07 +.09 -9.4
Pioneer Funds A:
BondA p 9.30 +.02 +0.5
EurSelEqA 29.49 -.13-10.4
IntlValA 23.51 -.14-12.1
MdCpGrA 14.63 +.06 -4.2
PionFdAp 42.90 -.13 -3.8
TxFreAp 11.26 +.02 +0.1
ValueAp 13.73 -.03 -8.6
Pioneer Funds B:
HiYIdBt 10.05 ... -1.3
Pioneer Funds C:
HiYIdCI 10.15 ... -1.3
Price Funds Adv:
Eqlnc 26.05 -.24 -4.3
Growlhpn29.36 +.04 -9.1
Price Funds:
Balancen19.21 -.03 -4.9
BIChipn 35.38 +.07 -8.8
CABondnlO.93 +.01 +0.1
CapApp n 19.05 -.12 -2.6
DivGron 23.43 -.13 -5.4
EmEurp 32.88 -.34-12.8
EmMktSn37.56 -.18-12.2
Eqlncn 26,10 -.24 -4.3
Eqlndexn35.75 -.15 -6,1
Europen 17.07 -.05-10.3
GNMAn 9.56 +.01 +0.3
Growth n 29.59 +.04 -9.1
Gr&lnn 20,20 -.12 -5.9
HlthScin 26.53 -.16 -8.2
HiYietd n 6.44 -.03 -2.3
InliBondnl10.22. +.01 +0.5
InlDisn 42.61 -25-10.0
InllG&l 15.38 -.11-10.7
IntlStkn 14.66 -.09-10.4
Japan n 9.23 -20-10.1
LatAmn 49.46 +.11 -6.6
MDShr n 8.25 ... +12
MDBondn10.48 +.01 +0.2
MIdCapn 52.10 +.33 -4,8
MCapValn21.36 -.11 -1,5
NAmern 28.93 +.18 -4,5
NAsian 17.86 -.17-17.9
New Era n5520 +.71 -6.7
NHorizn 27.24 -.05 -6.1
Ninon 9.15 +.03 +0,9
NYBondn1.26 +.01 +0,2


PSIncn 15.04 ... -2.
RealEstn 18.46 -.60 +3.7
R2010n 15.26 -.02 -4.
R2015n 11.80 -.02 -4.
R2020n 16.37 -.03 -5.
R2025n 12.06 -.03 -5.8
R2030n 17.33 -.05 -6.2
SciTec n 20.24 +.27 -7.
ShtBd n 4.78 +.01 +1.0
SmCpStkhn27.79 -.19 -2.
SmCapValn33.88-.13 -0.
SpecGrn 18.84 -.07 -7.
SpecInn 11.97 ... -0.6
TFlnc n 9.94 +.01 +0.3
TxFrHn 11.53 +.01 +0.2
TxFrSI n 5.46 ...
USTInt n 5.72 +.04 +2.2
USTLgn 12.18 +.13 +1.5
VABondn11.51 +.01 +0.
Value n 24.00 -.17 -4.1
Principal Inv:
DiscLCInst 13.51 -.02 -7.
LgGrIN 8.36 +.06 -8.5
Putnam Funds A:
AmGvAp 9.39 +.02 +1.9
AZTE 9.07 +.01 +0.
Cony p 19.53 -.03 -1.5
DiscGr 19.81 +.06 -6.1
DvrinAp 9.32 -.05 -4.3
EqlnAp 15.07 -.06 -4.
EuEq 22.56 -.12-11.1
GeoAp 15.41 -.08 -2.1
GlbEqty p 10.23 -.04 -8.7
GrInAp 14.38 -.11 -4.1
HIthAp 50.22 -.36 -5.8
HiYdAp 7.44 -.02 -1.2
HYAdAp 5.79 -.02 -1.1
IncmAp 6.74 +.01 0.0
IntlEq p 24.05 -.17-10.1
IntGdnp 12.18 -.07-10.1
InvAp 12.82 -.02 -5.9
NJTxA p 9.27 +.01 +0.
NwOpAp46.49 +.17 -7.8
OTC Ap 8.93 +.04 -6.6
PATE 9.14 +.01 +0.4
TxExA p 8.72 +.01 +0.3
TFInAp 14.83 +.01 -0.2
TFHYA 12.64 +.02 +0.5
USGvAp 13.58 ... +0.8
UtilAp 14.72 -.06 -9.8
VstaAp 10.33 +.06-7.4
VoyAp 17.04 +.02 -63
Putnam Funds B:
CapAprt 16.62 -.03 -4.0
DiscGr 17.96 +.06 -6.8
DvrInBt 9.24 -.05 -4.
EqlncI 14.91 -.06 -4.2
EuEq 21.83 -.12-11.6
GeoBt 15.23 -.07 -2.1
GIbEqI 9.34 -.03 -8.7
GINtRst 26.22 +.34 -8.7
GrdnBt 14.11 -.11 -4.7
HtnhBt 43.78 -.32 -5.8
HiYIdBt 7.41 -.03 -1.4
HYAdBt 5.70 -.02 -1.2
IncmBt 6.70 +.01 +0.1
IntGrint 11.97 -.07-10.1
IntaNopt 15.36 -.07 -9.9
InvBI 11.64 -.01 -5.9
NJTxBt 9.26 +.01 +0.4
NwOpBt 41.03 +.14 -7.9
NwValp 13,93 -.12 -4.3
OTCB t 7.75 +.03 -6.
TxExBt 8.72 ... +0.3
TFHYBt 12.66 +.02 +0.4
TFInBt 14.85 +.01 -0.2
USGvBI 13.51 ... +0.7
UtilS t 14.64 -.07 -9.9
VistaB t 8.85 +.05 -7.5
VoyBt 14.68 +.02 -6.7
RS Funds:
CoreEqA 40.21 -.18 -2.8
IntGrA 18.02 +.05 -8.7
Value 24.18 +.02 -3.2
Rainier Inv Mgt:
SmMCap 34.50 +.14 -5.9
RiverSource A:
BalanceA 10.40 -.05 -3.7
DEI 11.22 -.09 -7.2
DvOppA 8.44 -.05 -6.3
Growth 29.40 +.14 -6.0
HiYdTEA 4.33 ... +0.1
LgCpEqp 4.85 -.01 -5.8
MCpGrA 8.83 +.05 -4.1
MidCpVI p 8.49 -.01 -4.0
Royce Funds:
LwPrSkSv r 13.84+.03 -2.3
MicroCapl 14.43 -.02 -4.7
PennMulr 9.98 -.02 -2.2
Premied r 16.53 +.10 +0.9
TotRetl r 12.23 -.03 -0.3
ValSvct 10.29 +.11 +2.1
VIPISvc 12.65 +.01 -3.7
Russell Funds S:
DivEq 43.78 -.02 -6.8
InUSec 62.63 -.13-10.3
MStratBd 10.48 +.04 +0.9
QuanlEqS 34.88 -.05 -6.2
Rydex Advisor:
OTCn 11.19 +.13 -9.2
SEI Portfolios:
CoreFxAn10.26 +.02 +0.5
IntlEqAn 11.60 -.08-10.8
LgCGoA n20.95+ .03 -7.7
LgCValAn18.51 -.14 -4.7
TxMgLCn12.75 -.04 -6.5
SSgA Funds:
EmgMkt 26.19 -.12-12.3
IntiStock 12.32 -.05-10.1
STI Classic:
LCpVEqA 12.58 -.09 -4.3
LCGrStkA p 928 +.03-10.2
LCGrStkCp 8.38 +.02-10.2
SelLCStkC t 25.82+.07-9.4
SelLCpStkl 28.11+.07 -9.3
Schwab Funds:
Hlithare 15.41 -.16 -9.5
100L0nv r 39.13 -.13 -5.6
100lSel 39.11 -.13 -5.6
S&P Inhv 20.55 -.09 -6.3
S&P Sel 20.62 -.08 -6.2
S&PlnslSl 10.53 -.04 -6.1
SmCplnv 18.14 -.09 -2.1
YIdPlsSl 8.93 ... -1.0
Selected Funds:
AmShD 43.89 -.14 -4.5
AmShSp 43.86 -.14 -4.6
Seligman Group:
ComunA133.39 +.42 -4.5
FronrAt 10.27 +.01 -7.3
FronlrDI 8.36 ... -7.4
GIbSmA 14.21 -.06 -6.6
GIbTchA 16.11 +.16 -6.0
HYdBA p 3,.03 -.01 -0.9
Sentinel Group:
ComS A p30.99 -.06 -6.1
Sequoia nl34.06 -.45 +2.0
Sit Funds:
LrgCpGr 42.02 +.19 -6.5
SoundSh 33.67 -.10 -3.4
St FarmAssoc:
Gwth 55.83 -.01 -5.1
Stratton Funds:
Dividend 28.09 -.80 +3.7
Mulli-Cap 40.36 +.29 -4.7
SmCap 44.05 +.09 -0.4
SunAmerica Funds:
USGvBI 9.59 +.02 +0.8
Tamarack Funds:
EntSmCp21.50 -.11 -1.6
Value 24.68 -.23 -5.9
Templeton Instit:
EmMSp 18.17 +.01-12.5
ForEqS 25.12 -.03-10.3
Third Avenue Fds:
Inl r 17.80 +.02 -3.4
RIEslVI r 26.06 -.19 +0.5
Value 55.07 +.01 -6.2
Thornburg Fda C:
IntValCI 27.52 +.02 -9.8
Thornburg Fda:
IntValA p 29.03 +.03 -9.7
IntValue I 29.64 +.03 -9.7
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CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE
EDiTORIAL BOARD
."* Gerry Mulligan .......................... publisher
Charlie Brennan ............................ editor
Neale Brennan ...... promotions/community affairs
Kathie Stewart ...............circulation director
Mike Arnold .......................managing editor
Jim Hunter .......................... senior reporter
Founded in 1891 Curt Ebltz ........................... citizen member
Williamson Mac Harris .............................. citizen member
"You may differ with my choice, but not my right to choose."
David S. Arthurs publisher emeritus

PROTECTING A LOCAL JEWEL




City takes first



step to save



Three Sisters


he Crystal River City
Council took some bold
action last week and citi-
zens of Citrus County should be
appreciative.
The council unanimously
agreed to take the leadership
role in trying to save the Three
Sister Springs prop-
erty in Crystal THE I
River from develop- The
ment Preseri
The council has Preservi
decided to take on Sisters
the role as lead OUR 01
agent in the request OUR 01
for some state Crysta
grants to purchase Council
the 60-acre tract of leade
land around the
environmentally sensitive
springs. A Tampa developer now
owns the property and has filed
development plans to construct
a high-density community
around the springs.
A half-dozen groups including
the city's waterfront advisory
board, the Friends of the
Chassahowitzka National
Wildlife Refuge, and the Save
the Manatee Club came before
the council last week and asked
that a coordinated effort be
made to secure grants to save
Three Sisters.
The Florida Conservation
Trust Fund has grants available
to save property like Three
Sisters, but it's imperative that a
local government take the lead-
ership role in making the
request.
The members of the council
stepped up and took on the role.
Three Sisters Springs is an
environmental jewel in Citrus

High-speed chases S
I'd like to comment
about taking motorcycles.
I think that if we set up a
law that takes away a
motorcyclist's ride for f
doing something so trivial J
as a wheelie, that this is
going to create an even CALL
bigger problem because
most police cars cannot 563-
catch a high-powered
motorcycle, and I think
that it will result in more high-
speed chases and more dangerous
conditions because people are
more likely to run away if they're
going to lose their ride, which to
many bikers is everything. So I
think that this law would be harsh
to be passed and it's double jeop-
ardy and it will create more dan-
gerous conditions on the road-
ways.
Double taxing
I'd like to comment on the
Sound Off "Taxing churches." That
really wouldn't be right. That would
be double taxing the people. The
churches only get their money from
the people, their donations, and
they definitely should not be taxed.
Churches do a good work. How in
the world can you compare what
churches, do to cigarettes, liquor
and beer?
Call and lose
This is to register a complaint
about the candidate telephone
calls being made. I have received
more than 20 calls in the last day
and a half, and I think that this
campaign calling is beginning to
border on harassment. This is my


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County, and no matter how well-
meaning a developer might be, a
high-density complex would
devastate the property. This land
needs to be saved and preserved
for a public purpose.
This is a tough stand for the
city of Crystal River, because the
residential develop-
5SUE: ment of the proper-
ty would have sup-
isue: plied much-needed
ig Three new tax dollars for
pnrngs, city hall. If the land
)INION: is preserved for the
N public, no taxes get
River paid.
showed If this site is going
ship. to be preserved, it's
going to take a coor-
dinated effort between public
agencies, the state, nonprofit
groups, environmentalists and
private contributors. The
Southwest Florida Water
Management District is current-
ly doing an appraisal on the
property to see if the project can
qualify for some financial assis-
tance from the water district
This issue of buying Three
Sisters Springs has come up
about a dozen times in the past
25 years, and it has never been
successful. This is truly the last
chance Citrus County has to pre-
serve one of the most important
assets in our community. If
action is not taken now, we will
soon see condominiums on the
land.
The Crystal River City Council
deserves applause from the
community for taking the first
step in this process. But let's not
forget, this is just the first step.
There is much work to be done.

notice to all the candi-
dates: Call my phone
number and you lose my
vote.
Merging lanes
I'd like to know (who)
designed the construction
Lot on (State Road) 44 turn-
ing left on (County Road)
579 486 going toward
0579I 'Hernando ... Why do you
have two lanes of traffic
going into one? If I'm in
the left lane, that means I'm in the
right of way, but the people in the
right lane want to hit you, flip you
off and the whole nine yards. I'm
not the construction (engineer)
who designed this. Why you did it
this way, I'd like to know. And how
many accidents is it going to
cause?
Warning needed
This is in reference to a lot of
speeding tickets given out yester-
day on Homosassa Trail near the
kids' park down there. The speed
changes from 45 to 30 close to
Michigan Avenue, but there's no
advanced warning there of reduced
speed ahead, which they should
have. But in any event, they were
scoping people on Sunday, at noon
yesterday, if they were just going
over 30 at that particular point. I
mean I'm a very conscientious
driver never gotten a speeding
ticket and I just think it's a sad
situation when they can't watch
(U.S.) 19 a little bit more for exces-
sive speeders and red-light run-
ners. They should have a warning
ahead of time that that speed is
dropped, reduced speed.


Butt out of baseball, Congress


T he U.S. Congress
should butt out of
baseball. Whether
players use or have used
steroids or other perform- *
ance-enhancing drugs is a
matter for the players, the
owners and the fans to set-
tle. It does not concern the
federal government
One reason Congress is
so inefficient and ineffec- ,Charley
tive is that it wanders off OTH
the reservation too often, VOI(
wasting time on topics and
matters that the
Constitution gives it no authority to
mess with. Rep. Henry Waxman, D-
Calif., chairman of the House
Oversight Committee, which recently
held hearings on the topic, unfortu-
nately is not only ignorant or disdain-
ful of the Constitution, but seems to be
a congenital busybody
Baseball is a game, and in the case
of professional baseball, it is a com-
mercial enterprise. Last time I
checked, maintaining the purity of
sports was not included in the powers
assigned to Congress by the
Constitution. In the meantime, there
are plenty of legitimate government
sins, crimes and goofs that need the
public spotlight.
I'm not a fan of any kind of drugs,
legal or illegal, prescription or over-
the-counter. Yet, we should face the
fact that ours is a drug-saturated soci-
ety. Not only do the pharmaceutical
companies bombard us with billions of



SI*


dollars' worth of advertis-
ing for their various nos-
trums and pills, most
Americans seem to approve
of them. This topic always
brings to mind the comment
of a chiropractor who said
J of medical doctors, "If they
can't cut it or drug it, they
don't know what to do."
Apparently, millions of
Reese children are put on drugs to
iER "cure" what used to be
C*ES called "restlessness" or
"boredom." What are these
but performance-enhanc-
ing drugs for the classroom? At the
same time, one can say with fair cer-
tainty that the prevailing philosophy
in America, such as we have, is that
winning is the only thing that counts.
So, if winning is all that counts, and we
already drug just about everything
that walks on two legs, why shouldn't
athletes take performance-enhancing
drugs?
Don't say that it's because these
drugs can cause bad side effects. Most
drugs on the market are capable of
doing that. What is the difference
between well-regulated training and
nutritional supplements and steroids
or testosterone? I'd like to see an open,
intelligent, .nonhysterical debate on
that topic. Most high-school athletes
receive the same pressure to win at
any cost Many of them, I suspect, are
receiving mixed messages on the topic
of drugs, some of them laced with a
wink and a nod.


As for me, I'd prefer that athletes
refrain from all but vitamins and good
nutrition. If Babe Ruth could hit 60
home runs in one season on hot dog$,
steak, whiskey, beer, soda pop pl
cigars, then today's athletes should'at
least begin from the same starting line.
I say this only in the interest of fairness.
Since the baseball owners and the
baseball players' union were obviously
condoning, in one way or another, drug
use by the players, it would be unfair
to punish any of them for past sins. II
baseball's going to get tough on drug,
everybody should be given a fresh
start. Otherwise, they'll just be scape-
goating certain players.
Furthermore, if the fans don't care,
if parents don't care, why should any-
body else care whether the athlete;
gets his body from the gym or the drug-
store? I lost interest in professional
sports several years ago, as well as-.ii
the semipro sports most people, call
collegiate.
At any rate, Congress has far more
serious problems to attend to without
wasting its time on baseball players,
With the economy skittering on the
brink of the dump, with other majoi
powers becoming more alienated, nol
to mention health, environmental and
agricultural problems, these overpaid
politicians should adopt at least a 40-
hour workweek and do the jobs they're
paid to do.

Write to Charley Reese at P.O. Box
2446, Orlando, FL 32802.


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Reprobate minds
Having lived and taught in China
since 1998,1 I have readily concluded
that China is fast becoming what
America was (free), and America is
fast becoming what China was
(enslaved; controlled).
The tragic experience of Sept 11,
thought by many to be punishment for
our waywardness, was a wake-up call,
but too soon forgotten. My expressed
concern was that we might experi-
ence a major crisis, like five
American cities being attacked at
once, but thank God we were spared.
Like Israel of old (1 Samuel), and
that because of their disobedience,
wickedness and blasphemy of God,
they demanded a King to rule, rather
than the Prophets of God; they "want-
ed to be like other nations."
America is itching for, and demand-
ing "change," and could well accept
another form of government (like
socialism and who knows what?) that
is being subtly advanced by certain
potential leaders.
Pray as we might, and in that we
didn't learn our lesson; and in that as
a nation we are traveling down the
Roman road of chapter one (Romans
1), God may just grant our release
(His covering), and turn us over to ,our
"reprobate minds," (where anything
goes), because we have failed to
acknowledge, and honor Him. We may
have to go through a season of severe,
unbelievable and undesirable change
to bring us back to our God-given
senses.
I used to pray, God bless America;
now I pray, God have mercy on
America!
Jack DeBay
Inverness

Thanks to Hospice
My family and I would like to say
thank you to the staff of Citrus


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County Hospice House in Lecanto.
All of the employees are special peo-
ple for the kind and gentle care-
givers they are. My uncle, Kenneth
Ferrell, was given special care by
them (like they do with all of their
patients). They took care of his every
need and want.
The staff even made sure that the
family was taken care of and helped
us through a very rough time. Our
questions were answered honestly
and we were guided in the steps that
had or needed to be followed.
A special thank-you is sent to the
Hospice Chaplain Sheryl. She
befriended my family in our time of
need and assisted my uncle through
his spiritual needs. You will have a
special place in our hearts forever.
Your gentle nature helped keep
calm during our struggles. There is
not enough appreciation we can
show the entire staff and volunteers
of Citrus County Hospice.


Editor
Thank you for everything that you
do.
Staci L. Ferrell and the entire family
of'Kenny Ferrel
Crystal Rive

CUB thank you
Every year, as we are in dire need
for food at Christmas, the wonderful
people of Citrus County come
through for us. We are so blessed b%
your generosity and caring. Thanlk
to your efforts and kindness, our
Christmas pantry was stocked. We
also thank all of the individuals wo
gave to help feed Citrus County's
own.
Thank you to: Good Shepherd
Lutheran Church, Citrus County
Sheriff's Office, Pleasant Grove
Elementary School, Therapy ,
Management, Hernando Methodist
Church, Cornerstone Baptist
Church, New Hope Church, Citrus
High School ROTC, Citrus County;.
Courthouse, Fort Cooper, Invernes4
Women's Club, Florida Fire Rescue
Seventh-day Adventist Church, OaK
Village Retired Nurses, Seven
Rivers Regional Medical Center,
Newcomers Association, Inverness
Garden Club, Inverness Methodist
Church, VFW Post 7991, Tadpole
Day Care, Bank of Inverness, Citrus
High School, Citrus County Cruisers
Inverness Car Club, Philippino Club
CFCC, Art Center of Citrus County,
East Riders 4-H Club, Girl Scouts,
First Presbyterian Church, Crystal
River Primary School, Sleepy
Hollow Tavern, Thunderbird Tavern
New England Club, Post 4864 VFW
Auxiliary, Floral City United
Methodist Church, Sugarmill Woods
Women's Group, Quail Run
Homeowners, Progress Energy and
4-H Lecanto Outlaws.
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SFive weightlifters

Sfriom Lecanto, Citrus,

CR compete today
JONATHAN DEUTSCHMAN
jdeutschman@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Football. Baseball. Basketball.
Nice, traditional, reasonably safe
high-school sports which all can agree
Lecanto female weightlifter Victoria
Mele, seen here in this 2007 file photo,
will be competing for the third time at
the FHSAA girls weighlifting state meet.
Chronicle File Photo


provide structure and valuable les-
sons for maturing students. But in the
state of Florida, another sport must
be considered for this list.
Girls weightlifting.
Florida is currently the only state in
the country that sanctions the event in
high schools. That fact gives today's
state meet at River Ridge a much larg-
er connotation; it's almost the World
Series of the sport.
And at Lecanto, it's giving football
some competition in the numbers cat-
egory.
"We have 52 girls still on the team,"
said Panthers coach Bob LeCours.
"I'd like to think it's me, but I think it's
the camaraderie and the type of girls
we have."
Three of those girls Victoria


Mele, Summer Dupler and Aysia
Busbee qualified for the state meet
at the Section 5 tournament Jan. 26 at
Belleview High School. Citrus'
Jessica Goodfellow and Crystal
River's Beca Branch also made. the
cut
Out of 22 schools in Section 5, only
the top three in each weight class can
move on to the state tournament. The
amount a girl has lifted throughout
the year has no bearing on her
chances; she either does it when it
counts or she goes home.
"There's a lot of intangibles that go
into different days," said LeCours. '"A
lot of it is timing. You get six lifts:
three on bench, three on clean-and-
jerk. How you feel at that moment and
your focus affects whether you do well


Lecanto, Citrus move on


or not"
'Judging is basically subjective," he
said. "Each judge has a different
nuance."
Those factors may explain why
Lecanto 154-pounder Mele notched
her personal best with a 310 total at
the county meet Jan. 29 after making
out at 290 for the state qualifier. But
all that counts is getting to the show;
of course, once Mele gets there, she'll
have some tough competition await-
ing her. The 154 class has a wide dis-
parity among the contenders. The two
top seeds, both from Spruce Creek
High in Port Orange, lifted above 360.
But if Mele, sitting squarely in the
middle spot, can hit 310 or better, she
Please see LIFTERS/Page 4B


Warriors


in finals


Panthers, Hurricanes win District 4A-6semifinal games,


Cortes


brothers Ac


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Tigers
ALAN FESTO
afesto@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
The Dunnellon Tigers boys
basketball team gave the top-
ranked Lecanto Panthers a
little more than they proba-
bly expected on Friday
evening in the semifinals of
the District 4A-6 tournament
at West Port High School.
Lecanto defeated
Dunnellon twice during the
regular season by an average
of 25 points but this game
would be vastly different In
the end, however, the Tigers
fell 62-55 in becoming the
26th straight victim of the
unbeaten Panthers.
"Some coaches would say
that everything after this is
gravy, but I tend to like meat
with my gravy," Lecanto
coach Chris Nichols said.
The win put Lecanto in
tonight's district champi-
onship game against Citrus
at 7 p.m. and secured the
Panthers a spot in the state
playoffs.
Dunnellon held Lecanto to
its lowest scoring output of
the season by slowing down
the tempo of the game but
did little to slow down Victor
and Nick Cortes. The broth-
ers went off for 18 points
each, with Nick also grab-
bing a game-high 14
rebounds.
Not bad for a player listed
on the roster as 5-foot-9.
"Nicky is really good at
knowing where the ball is
going to go," Nichols said.
"He judges the flight of the
ball and gets there before
they do."
Nick had six of his
rebounds by the end of the
first quarter but his team still
trailed 13-11 thanks to a
buzzer-beating jumper by
Dunnellon's Kris Alcindor.
Lecanto regained the lead
for good, 17-16, just over two
minutes into the second


meet for title at 7p. m. tonight


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Citrus overcomes

scoreless opening
quarter in win
JOHN COSCIA
jcoscia@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Whatever could go wrong did
go wrong for the Citrus
Hurricanes in their district
semifinal game against the
North Marion Colts on Friday
night ... at least that is in the
first quarter.
The Hurricanes' shooting
woes in the game's opening
eight minutes left them 0-for-14
in a period where the ball
appeared to be allergic to the
Citrus basket
"We couldn't hit a thing. Not a
layup, not a foul shot, not a 3-
pointer," Citrus head coach
Tom Densmore said. "We spot-
ted them an entire quarter. I've
told the kids all year that we
have to play through adversity.
Tonight, especially in that first
quarter, we were the adversity."
That, however, all changed in
the 24 minutes that followed as
the Hurricanes awakened with
a storm force to rally for the 48-
45 victory.
The Hurricanes ended their
scoring drought 41 seconds into
the second quarter when Trent
Shelton scored on a layup. It
was the beginning of an 11-0
run for Citrus that included
Justin Nance burying a 3-point-
er, Shelton following with back-
to-back field goals and Craig
Augustine capping it off with a
put-back underneath.
The contest remained close
and seesawed the rest of the
way until, with the game tied at
21, North Marion ended the
third quarter on a 14-7 run that
gave them what appeared to be
a comfortable seven point lead.
Citrus, thanks to back-to-back

Please see U .,-'. i/Page 4B


DAVE SIGLER/Chronicle
Lecanto's Nick Cortes drives past Dunnellon's D.J. Brown (22) during the Panthers' 62-55 vic-
tory over Dunnellon. Lecanto ran to 26-0 overall and 16-0 in District 4A-6 and will face Citrus,
48-45 winners over North Marion, in the title game at 7 p.m. tonight at West Port.


quarter on a shot by Victor
Cortes. The shot was part of a
10-3 run that lasted over four
minutes. Mike Kelly convert-
ed a three-point play later in
the quarter and Lecanto led
32-24 at the break
Victor and Nick continued
to dominate in the second
half, accounting for all of
Lecanto's 11 points in the
third quarter. The Tigers
matched Lecanto with 11


points of their own to remain
eight down with eight min-
utes to play.
Lecanto's Garret LeMon
hit his only shot of the night
to begin the fourth, a 3-point-
er that gave his team its first
double-digit lead. Kelly had
two big offensive putbacks
that help offset a dominate
quarter by Alcindor. The
Tigers' center scored nine of
his 15 points in the fourth


quarter to keep the game
within reach. The Panthers
closed the game out with
good free-throw shooting,
just as they had the entire
game to advance to the dis-
trict championship. Lecanto
hit 18-of-24 from the line
while Dunnellon connected
on 7-of-13.
"It felt really good that we
were able to grind out a ball
game," Nichols said.


after win

Labahns 18 helps

propel SR into

DistrictJA-6finas
JONATHAN DEUTSCHMAN
jdeutschman@
chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
OCALA The Florida High
School Athletic Association
may want to recheck its
records; Seven Rivers just
might be in the wrong class. In
any case, the
are proving
to be in a
class by
themselves.
SevenVe
Rivers' boys bas-
ketball team kept
its district win
streak alive Friday night via a
58-41 victory over host
Meadowbrook Academy in the'
District 1A-6 semifinal.
"We've won 27 consecutive
district games now," said
Warriors coach Jim Ervin.
Should the Warriors win
tonight against Hernando
Christian in the final, that
streak will span two full years.
Whatever happens, the team
has already booked itself a slot
in the state playoffs.
Seven Rivers' usual cast of
suspects led the team in scor-
ing. Derek Labahn tallied 18
points, Ty Commons had 13
points and Keaton Wahl had 10
points. Coming in as the No. 1
seed, the Warriors had faced
and vanquished each team in
the, tournament twice, and
Ervn said he knew what the
game plan would be versus the
Mustangs.
"We knew they couldn't play
us man to man," he said. "If
they had to come out and play
any man at all we could score
on them."
Score on them they did.
Though Meadowbrook
appeared to back off the man
coverage most of the game, the
Warriors punished them any-
way. They led 16-4 after the
first quarter and 26-15 at half-
time. Until the final 2:30 of the
first half, Anthony Smith was
the only Meadowbrook player
to get on the board. He fin-
ished with 17 points for the
game.
"In Marion County, (Smith) is
the No. 2 scorer," said
Meadowbrook coach Tom
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Jeff Quinney 69-70 139 -5
Kris Cox 68-72 140 -4
Fredrik Jacobson 73-67 140 -4
Vijay Singh 70-70 140 -4
Parker McLachirn 70-70 140 -4
Steve Lowery 69-71 140 -4
Kevin Streelman 70-70 140 -4
Kevin Na 71-69 140 -4
Jim McGovern 71-69 140 -4
Kent Jones 66-74 140 -4
Jamas Driscoll 72-68 140 -4
D.A. Points 68-73 141 -3
Davis Love III 70-71 141 -3
J.J. Henry 70-71 141 -3
Ryan Moore 71-70 141 -3
John Merrick 71-70 141 -3
Mathew Goggin 71-70 141 -3
Chris Riley 73-68 141 -3
Justin Leonard 70-71 141 -3
Olin Browne 68-73 141 -3
Dustin Johnson 73-68 141 -3
Robert Damron 71-70 141 -3
Jin Park 72-69 141 -3
Brad Elder 73-68 141 -3
John Mallinger 67-74 141 -3
Jonathan Kaye 70-71 141 -3
Roland Thatcher 67-74 141 -3
Brent Geiberger 69-73 142 -2
Marco Dawson 73-69 142 -2
Corey Pavin 73-69 142 -2
Steve Allan 69-73 142 -2
Jeff Overton 70-72 142 -2
Brandel Chamblee 69-73 142 -2
John Riegger 72-70 142 -2
Tim Petrovic 76-66 142 -2
Matt Jones 70-72 142 -2
Jonathan.Moore 70-72 142 -2
Rocco Mediate 72-70 142 -2
Ryan Armour 71-71 142 -2
Padraig Harrington 72-70 142 -2
Andrew Buckle 69-73 142 -2
Y.E. Yang 69-73 142 -2
Daisuke Maruyama71-72 143 -1
David Frost 71-72 143 -1
Matt Kuchar Z4-69 143 -1
Ryan Palmer 78-65 143 -1
Lee Janzen 74-69 143 -1
Joe Ogilvie 74-69 143 -1
Chris Stroud 73-70 143 -1
Brian Davis 72-71 143 -1
Alejandro Canizares70-73 143 -1
Craig Kanada 72-71 143 -1
Phil Mickelson 71-72 143 -1
Doug LaBelle II1 70-74 144 E
Tag Ridings 73-71 144 E
Carlos Franco 71-73 144 E
Tom Pernice. Jr. 70-74 144 E
Paul Claxton 74-70 144 E
Richard S. Johnson73-71 144 E
Skip Kendall 73-71 144 E
Jason Gore 70-74 144 E
Pat Perez 74-70 144 E
Brad Adamonis 67-77 144 E.
Jason Allred 74-70 144 E
Grant Waite 73-71 144 E
Todd Demsey 68-76 144" '--E
Gavin Coles 74-70 144 E
Dan Forsman 71-73 144 E
Andres Romero 73-71 144 E
Daniel Chopra 69-75 144 E
Andrew Magee 74-70 144 E
Alex Cejka 72-72 144 E
Mike Weir 75-69 144 E
Bob May 74-70 144 E
Marc Turnesa 70-74 144 E


Champions Tour
Allianz Championship
Friday
At The Old Course at Broken Soun
Boca Raton, Fla.
Purse: $$1.65 million
Yardage: 6,749 Par:
First Round
Mark McNulty 33-33 66
Jerry Pate 32-34 66
Bobby Wadkins 33-34 67
Jay Haas 31-36 67
Tom Purtzer 31-36 67
Keith Fergus 32-35 67
Scott Hoch 33-34 67
Gil Morgan 33-34 67
Phil Slackmar 32-35 67
Allen Doyle 33-35 68
Ben Crenshaw 33-35 68
Tom Kite . 33-35 68
Brad Bryant '34-34 68
Morris Hatalsky 33-35 68
Wayne Levi 34-34 68
Bernhard Langer 34-35 69
Eduardo Romero 36-33 69
Jim Thorpe 36-33 69
R.W. Eaks 35-34 69
. Lonnie Nielsen 35-34 69
Hale Irwin 34-35 69
John Cook 35-34 69
David Edwards 35-34 69
Boonchu Ruangkit 35-34 69
Mitch Adcock 34-35 69
Joe Ozaki ', 37-32 69
Lanny Wadkins 33-36 69
Donnie Hammond 35-34 69
Tom McKnight 34-35 69
Bruce Lietzke 35-35 70
Des Smyth 33-37 70
Mark James 38-32 70
Bob Gilder 34-36 70
Doug Johnson 35-35 70
Tim Simpson 35-35 70
Mark Wiebe 38-33 71
Bruce Vaughan 35-36 71
Andy Bean 36-36 72
Dana Quigley 36-36 72
D.A. Weibring 37-35 72
Loren Roberts 37-35 72
Curtis Strange 36-36 72
John Jacobs 36-36 72
Mike Smith 34-38 72
Mike McCullough 34-38 72
JeffSluman 35-37 72
Mark Johnson 34-39 73
Scott Simpson 39-34 73
Fulton Allem 35-38 -- 73
Hugh Baiocchi 35-38 73
Dave Eichelberger 37-36 73
Chip Beck 35-38 73
Fuzzy Zoeller 36-37 73
John Harris 38-36 74
Tom Wargo 38-36 74
Bruce Fleisher 38-36 74
Don Pooley 38-36 74
Hubert Green 35-40 75
Tom Jenkins 37-38 75
David Eger 38-37 75
Gary Player 36-39 75
Mike San Filippo 37-38 75
Bob Murphy 37-38 75
Vicente Fernandez 37-38 75
Dan Pohl 38-37 75
Jay Sigel 39-36 75
Nick Price 36-40 76
Dave Stockton 39-37 -- [6
Ed Dougherly 318 38 76
Bruce Summohini ays3;0-37 ./ 76
Leonard lhompson38-38 76
Denis Watson 39-38 77


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TODAY'S SPORTS
AUTO RACING
8 p.m. (13, 51 FOX) NASCAR Racing Sprint Cup Bud Shootout.
8 p.m. (ESPN2) NHRA Drag Racing CARQUESTAuto Parts
Winternationals Qualifying. (Same-day Tape)
MENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL
12 p.m. (ESPN) Marquette at Notre Dame.
1 p.m. (6 CBS) Boston College at Duke.
1 p.m. (10 CBS) Boston College at Duke.
1 p.m. (38 MNT, 51 FOX) Alabama at Kentucky.
2 p.m. (ESPN) Iowa at Minnesota.
2 p.m. (ESPN2) Southern at Grambling State.
3 p.m. (38 MNT, 51 FOX) Georgia at Florida.
3:30 p.m. (9, 20, 28 ABC) Virginia at Wake Forest.
4 p.m. (ESPN) Georgia Tech at Connecticut.
4 p.m. (ESPN2) Hampton at Delaware State.
6 p.m. (ESPN) Oklahoma State at Kansas State.
6 p.m. (ESPN2) Hawaii at Nevada.
9 p.m. (ESPN) Georgetown at Louisville.
10:30 p.m. (SUN) Mississippi at Arkansas.
WOMEN COLLEGE BASKETBALL
12 p.m. (FSNFL) Texas at Texas A&M.
2 p.m. (FSNFL) Texas Tech at Baylor.
4 p.m. (FSNFL) California at Oregon.
NBA
9 p.m. (WGN) Chicago Bulls at Utah Jazz.
BOXING
9 p.m. (IND1) Jose Celaya vs. Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.
9:45 p.m. (HBO) Carlos Quintana vs. Paul Williams.
GOLF
9:30 a.m. (GOLF) European PGA Tour Golf Emaar-MGF Indian
Masters Third Round. (Same-day Tape)
1 p.m. (GOLF) Champions Tour -Allianz Championship -
Second Round.
3 p.m. (6; 10 CBS) PGA Tour: AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-
Am Third Round.
10 p.m. (GOLF) ANZ Ladies Masters- Third Round. (Same-day
Tape)
GYMNASTICS
4 p.m. (SUN) Georgia at Alabama. (Taped)
HOCKEY
7 p.m. (FSNFL) Florida Panthers at Boston Bruins.
7 p.m. (SUN) Tampa Bay Lightning at Atlanta Thrashers.
RODEO
4:30 p.m. (2, 8 NBC) Bull Riding PBR Tour. (Taped)
9 p.m. (VERSUS) Bull Riding PBR Anaheim Classic.
10 p.m. (ESPN2) Bull Riding PRCA Xtreme Bulls. (Taped)
11 p.m. (ESPN2) Bull Riding PRCA Xtreme Bulls. (Taped)
TENNIS
12 p.m. (VERSUS) Davis Cup -Austria vs. United States.



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TODAY'S PREP SPORTS
BOYS BASKETBALL
District 4A-6 Tournament at West Port
7 p.m. No. 1 Lecanto vs. No. 2 Citrus
District 1A-6 Tournament at Meadowbrook Academy
7 p.m. No. 1 Seven Rivers vs. No. 2 Hernando Christian
GIRLS WEIGHTLIFTING
Class 1A State Meet
10 a.m. Citrus, Crystal River, Lecanto in New Port Richey
WRESTLING
Region 1A-2 Tournament
10 a.m. Citrus, Crystal River, Lecanto at Avon Park Community College


Wayne Grady
Walter Hall
Jim Dent
J.C. Snead
Larry Nelson
Jim Colbert


35-42 77
40-38 78
41-37 78
40-39 79
41-39 80
38-43 81


-6 .
-6 NBA Standings
-6
-5 EASTERN CONFERENCE
-5 Atlantic Division
-5 W L Pct GB
-5 Boston 37 9 .804 -
-5 Toronto 26 22 .542 12
-5 New Jersey 21 29 .420 18
-5 Philadelphia 20 30 .400 19
-4 New York 14 36 .280 25
-4 Southeast Division
-4 W L Pct GB
-4 Orlando 32 20 .615 -
-4 Washington 24 24 .500 6
-4 Atlanta 21 25 .457 .8
-3 Charlotte 18 32 .360 13
-3 Miami 9 39 .188 21
-3 Central Division
-3 W L Pct GB
-3 Detroit 36 13 .735 -
-3 Cleveland 28 21 .571 8
-3 Chicago 20 29 .408 16
-3 Indiana 20 30 .400 16%/
-3 Milwaukee 19 31 .380 17/2
-3 WESTERN CONFERENCE
-3 Southwest Division '
-3 W L Pct GB
-3 Dallas 33 15 .688 -
-3 New Orleans 33 15 .688 -
-2 San Antonio 32 16 .667 1
-2 Houston 29 20 .592 42
-2 Memphis 13 35 .271 20
-2 Northwest Division
-2 W L Pct GB
-2 Utah 32 18 .640 -
-1 Denver 29 19 .604 2
-1 Portland 28 21 .571 3%
E Seattle 13 36 .265 18Y2
E Minnesota 10 37 .213 20%
E Pacific Division
E W L Pct GB
E Phoenix 34 15 .694 -
E L.A. Lakers 32 17 .653 2
E Golden State 29 20 .592 5
Sacramento 22 25 .468 11
+1 L.A. Clippers 16 31 .340 17
+1 Friday's Games
+ L.A. Lakers 117, Orlando 113
+1 L.A. Clippers 102, Toronto 98
+1 New Jersey 104, Charlotte 90
+1 Cleveland 100, Atlanta 95
+1 San Antonio 99, New York 93, OT
+2 Detroit 91, Portland 82
+2 Boston at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
+2 Memphis at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
+2 Seattle at Phoenix, 9 p.m.
+3 Utah at Sacramento, 10 p.m.
+3 Washington at Denver, 10:30 p.m.
+3 Saturday's Games
+3 Portland at Indiana, 7 p.m.
+3 L.A Clippers at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m.
+3 Memphis at New Orleans, 8 p.m.
+3 Atlanta at Houston, 8:30 p.m.
+3 New York at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m.
+3 Chicago at Utah, 9 p.m.
+4 Sacramento at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.
+4 Sunday's Games
+4 San Antonio at Boston, 1 p.m.
+4 LA. Lakers at Miami, 3:30 p.m.
+4 Dallas at New Jersey, 6 p.m.
-+5 Charlotte at Detroit, 6 p.m.


Toronto at Minnesota, 6:30 p.m.
Denver at Cleveland, 7 p.m.
Washington at Phoenix, 9:30 p.m.

H HOCKEY
NHL Standings
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division .
W LOT Pts GF GA
Philadelphia 30 18 5 65172 150
Pittsburgh 30 19 5 65159 147
New Jersey 30 21 4 64141 133
N.Y Rangers 27 24 6 60140 144
N.Y. Islanders 24 25 6 54131 160
Northeast Division
W LOT PtsGF GA
Ottawa 33 18 4 70190 163
Montreal 29 17 09 67175 154
Boston 28 21 5 61142 144
Buffalo 25 21 8 58160 153.
Toronto 22 25 9 53154 182
Southeast Division
W LOT Pts GF GA
Carolina 27 26 4 58167 179
Washington 26 25 5 57161 174
Atlanta 26 27 4 56155 185
Florida 25 26 5 55149 158
TampaBay 23 27 5 51160 183
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division
W LOT PtsGF GA
Detroit 41 11 4 86188 .120
Nashville 28 21 6 62156.147
Columbus 26 23 7 59138 143
St. Louis 24 21 7 55135 149
Chicago 24 25 5 53148 157
Northwest Division
W LOT Pts GF GA


Minnesota
Colorado
Calgary
Vancouver
Edmonton

Dallas
Anaheim
San Jose
'Phoenix
Los Angeles


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29
27
27
25
Pacific Di
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30
29
28
23


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21 5 63156 152
20 8 62157 160
21 7 61144 137
26 5 55150 166
division .
LOT PtsGF GA
20 5 71168 145
22 7 67145 148
17 7 65140 129
23 4 60151 151
30 3 49160 184


Two points for a win, one point for over-
time loss or shootout loss.
Friday's Games
Anaheim 2, New Jersey. 1
Carolina 2, Washington 1
Boston 3, Buffalo 2, SO
Columbus at San Jose, 10:30 p.m.
Saturday's Games
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m.
N.Y. Rangers at Philadelphia, 1 p.m.
Detroit at Toronto, 3 p.m.
N.Y. Islanders at Minnesota, 6 p.m.
Florida at Boston, 7 p.m.
Montreal at Ottawa, 7 p.m.
Edmonton at Calgary, 7 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Atlanta, 7 p.m.
Carolina at New Jersey, 7 p.m.
St. Louis at Dallas, 8 p.m.
Nashville at San Jose, 10 p.m.
Colorado at Vancouver, 10 p.m.
Sunday's Games
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m.
N.Y. Rangers at Washington, 1 p.m.
Anaheim at Detroit, 3:30 p.m.
Florida at Buffalo, 6 p.m.
Minnesota at St. Louis, 6 p.m.
Los Angeles at Columbus, 6 p.m.'
Nashville at Phoenix, 8 p.m.
Chicago at Vancouver, 10 p.m.


district. They play Lecanto at 7 p.m.


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West Port on Tuesday at 6 p.m.


uesday at nome. Lecanto softballers
Crystal River softballers take district win from Colts
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Citrus softballers take
district win over Wolfpack
Citrus' softball team defeated
West Port, 17-5, on Friday night.
Alex McAfee pitched four innings,
giving up seven hits and three runs
and notching seven strikeouts.
Candace Smith went 4-for-5 with a
home run, three runs, four RBIs and
four stolen bases. Brittany North
went 4-for-4 with a double, a walk
and three runs. Chelsea Usher went
3-for-4 with two RBIs, two runs and
two stolen bases. Marissa Maggiore
went 2-for-4 with two runs.
Citrus is now 1-2 overall, 1-0 in


Lecanto's softball team defeated
North Marion, 7-1, on Friday night.
Allee Savage had six strikeouts.
Jamie Girdwain and Rachael Tirpak
both went 3-for-4. Tirpak had three
runs, two RBIs and a double.
Girdwain had a triple and three
RBIs.
Coach Robert Dupler highlighted
the defensive play of Girdwain and
Raina Johnson.
The Lady Panthers are now 1-1
overall, 1-1 in district.


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Julian.
Smith was slowed a bit early
in the second half, but three
was the magic number for the
Mustangs in the third quarter.
They sank three 3-pointers and
brought the score to within
four. It's as close as they would
get. Meadowbrook couldn't
seem to catch a break on the
boards, and with only seven
players on its roster the substi-
tutions were at a minimum.
To start the second half the
Warriors switched toward
maintaining possession rather
than scoring heavily, which


LIFTERS

Continued from Page 1B

may have a shot at a top-ten
placing.
Mele is one of the longest-
tenured members of the team,
a four-year lifter who's been to
the state meet twice before.
Her 160 clean-and-jerk at the
county meet was, said
LeCours, the most he can
remember anyone from
Lecanto lifting in that event
since the program began five
years ago. All that is washed
away at the state meet, but
luckily for Mele, she has some
experience under postseason
pressure.
"My freshman year I didn't
do so good (at state)," said
Mele, "but last year I .tied for
eighth place. I'm in the top ten
or twelve in the state right now
with 310."
Dupler, at 129, comes in at
the No. 5 seed with a 285 total.
"Summer Dupler is probably
our best shot to medal," said
LeCours. "She is throwing up
around 150 in bench, 140 in
clean. She had a good week of
practice."
Dupler faces a 30-pound dis-
parity between her total and
the No. 1 seed's, again a Spruce


CITRUS
Continued from Page 1B

scoring opportunities by David
Wheeler, quickly cut the North
Marion lead to three points.
Two buckets by North Marion,
however, gave the Colts their
seven point lead back.
But again the 'Canes had an
answer.
This time Citrus made hay at
the line as Nance and
Augustine hit six straight free
throws while Nance and Andy
Rouse each hit field goals as
part of a 10-2 Hurricanes run
that gave them a 42-41 lead and
forced a Colts timeout.
The teams then traded bas-.
kets over the next couple of
possessions, and with 1:14 left,
Citrus was still clinging to a 44-


allowed the Mustangs to catch
up a bit Seven Rivers sent the
Mustangs to the foul line four
times in the second 16, which
prompted Ervin to play a bit
more conservatively
"We got in foul trouble there
and it kind of changed things,"
said Ervin. "We weren't able to
pressure as much."
Though Seven Rivers took
the win, Ervin said his team
may have looked too far ahead,
concentrating on the district
final rather than the road by
which they'd get there.
"It was just one of those
games where we kind of over-
looked an opponent," he said.
"We need to respect our oppo-
nents a little more than we are
right now."


As for the lMustangs, Juliaid
said they were playing at 4
sharp disadvantage coming
into the game.
"Yesterday we found out thai
we lost our starting point)
guard," he said. "One of the top
scorers on our team."
"I'm proud of my kids. We
knew they were gonna pressure
us. I'm really proud, with the
little bit of depth that I have, my
kids played hard," he said.
For tonight's game, Ervin
said his plan is to go about busi-
ness as usual.
"We do what we do," he said.
"Come out, put pressure on the
basketball and stay out of foul
trouble."
Seven Rivers' record moves
to 19-6 overall, 11-0 in district


Some facts about girls high school weightlifting:
H Florida is ihe only slate to offer the sport officially
N Competitors are divided into 10 weight classifications The smallest is 101
pounds the biggest are 199 pounds and unlimited
2 Lifters compete in two events the bench press and clean and lerl,
0 In Itre bench press, competitors lie on their back on a bench and push up the
weight The bar must be held motionless until the referee tells the lifler to rac, it
8 In nme clean and elrk the competitor lifts the bar in a continuous movement
froni the around to her shoulders She then pushes the bar directly over ner
head, fully emlending her arms and holding the weight until the referee
appr. jes
W The gins are given a maximum of three lifts in each event no matter how
ina./s aie successful The heaviest successfully lifted weight is counted
C' The dinddual winners are the girls who lift the most weight in each event and
combined d Competitors advance to state meets by overall performance not
individual evenls
C' For the leam score, competitors earn points by finishing at the tcp of the categones


Creek lifter, and has a tight
bunch sitting right behind her.
"She's only a junior," said
LeCours. "If she can maintain
what she's done, I expect her to
be in the top five, six, seven."
Busbee's 183-pound class is
perhaps the most volatile. The
No. 1 seed in that class, a New
Smyrna Beach lifter, qualified
with a total of 410, and the No.
2 seed is at 400. From there it's
a sheer dropoff to the rest of
the field, including Busbee, sit-
ting toward the middle with a
respectable total of 275.
"She narrowly missed state
last year," said LeCours. "If she

43 lead.
When North Marion's Tim
Dandy tied the game with 40.4
seconds left, however, the Colts
appeared as if they might have
another magic finish up their
sleeve.
A costly foul and a subse-
quent technical foul against
North Marion, however,
dashed the Colts hopes as
Nance converted three of the
four free throws. The Colts
attempted a desperation 3-
pointer at the buzzer but it was
to no avail and the Hurricanes
hunng on for the win.
'Justin was fantastic for us
from the free throw line down
the stretch. It's a shame that
happened to them but that's
why I preach all the time to my
players that it's important to
keep your cool," Densmore


cracks the top ten at state I
would be excited. She's capa-
ble of throwing up 300
pounds."
Citrus' Goodfellow enters
toward the low end, of the 169-
pound spectrum with a 255
qualifying total. She must deal
with yet another No. 1-seeded
Spruce Creek lifter who is put-
ting up 360.
Crystal River's Branch is in
about the same situation at the
101 level, qualifying with a
total of 200. And wouldn't you
know it, a Spruce Creek girls
sits at the top of that heap, as
well, with a total of 255.

explained. "I can't say enough
about how our kids battled
back and won this game. We've
taken it one game at a time and
now we have one day to get
ready for Lecanto. We knew
that we could be here if we
applied ourselves."
With the victory Citrus earns
a spot in the 4A-6 District
championship game where
they'll face Lecanto, who
defeated Dunnellon 66-55 in
the other semifinal.
"Either way tonight's victory
saved us guys a lot of money
because next Thursday is
Valentine's Day and we'll be
busy playing in the state tour-
nament," Densmore laughed.
"We know we're moving on and
that's a weight off. We're look-
ing forward to playing Lecanto
for the district championship."


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down Belueview, 3,-1,
Crystal River's softball team
defeated Belleview, 3-1, on Friday
night.
Cassidy Rash pitched seven
innings, giving up two hits, no
earned runs and notching seven
strikeouts. Rash went 2-for-4 with a
double and a run. Brittany Cummins
had a two-run single and Kaylah
Hall had an RBI single.
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S.oday in HISTORY


Today is Saturday, Feb. 9, the
40th day of 2008. There are 326
days left in the year.
Today's Highlight in History:
On Feb. 9, 1943, the World War
II battle of Guadalcanal in the
southwest Pacific ended with an
Allied victory over Japanese
forces.
On this date:
In 1773, the ninth president of
the United States, William Henry
Harrison, was born in Charles City
County, Va.,
In 1825, the House of
Representatives elected John
Quincy Adams president after no
candidate received a majority of
electoral votes.
In 1861, Jefferson Davis was
elected the provisional president of
the Confederate States of America.
In 1870, the U.S. Weather
Bureau was established.
In 1942, daylight-saving 'War
Time" went into effect in the United


States, with clocks turned one hour
forward.
In 1950, in a speech in
Wheeling, W.Va., Sen. Joseph
""'McCarthy, R-Wis., charged-the
State Department was riddled with
Communists.
1 In 1964, The Beatles made their
first live American television
appearance'on 'The Ed Sullivan
Show" on CBS.
In 1971, the crew of Apollo 14
returned to Earth after man's third
landing on the moon.
In 1984, Soviet leader Yuri V.
Andropov died at age 69, less than
15 months after succeeding Leonid
Brezhnev; he was succeeded by
Konstantin U. Chemenko.
In 2001, a U.S. Navy submarine
collided with a Japanese fishing
boat off the Hawaiian coast, killing
nine men and boys aboard the
boat.
Ten years ago: The Pentagon
said it was sending up to 3,000


U.S. ground troops to the Persian
Gulf region to discourage what
one official called "any creative
thinking" by Iraqi leader Saddam
Hussein.
Five years ago: President
Bush told congressional ;.
Republicans at a policy confer-
ence that Iraq had fooled the
world for more than a decade
about its banned weapons and the
United Nations was now facing "a
moment of truth" in disarming
Saddam Hussein.
One year ago: Defense
Secretary Robert Gates told
reporters in Munich, Germany, that
serial numbers and other markings
on bombs suggested that Iranians
were linked to deadly explosives
used by Iraqi militants.
Today's Birthdays: Actress
Kathryn Grayson is 86. Television
journalist Roger Mudd is 80.
Actress Janet Suzman is 69.
Actress-politician Sheila James


Kuehl ("The Many Loves of Dobie
Gillis") is 67. Singer-songwriter
Carole King is 66. Actor Joe Pesci
is 65. Singer Barbara Lewis is 65.
*Author Alice Walker is 64. Actress
Mia Farrow is 63. Singer Joe Ely is
61. Actress Judith Light is 59.
Rhythm-and-blues musician.
Dennis "DT" Thomas (Kool & the
Gang) is 57. Actor Charles
Shaughnessy is 53. Country singer
Travis Tritt is 45. Actress Julie
Warner is 43. Country singer Danni
Leigh is 38. Actor Jason George is
36. Actor-producer Charlie Day is
32, Actress Ziyi Zhang is 29. Actor
David Gallagher is 23. Actress
Marina Malota is 20. Actress
Camille Winbushl ('The Bernie Mac
Show") is 18.
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where opinion ended and fact
began, we should have discov-
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2008 1D


CrrITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


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A guide to building in Citrus County

An advertising publication of the Citrus County Chronicle


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BARBARA HARTLEYIFor the Chronicle


This two story home in Citrus Springs has four bedrooms.


Volume benefits Maronda buyers


Nature

plays

tricks
Here we are in February,
already and Mother Nature is
playing with us again.
She must have a wonderful
sense of humor as she watches
us scurry about to plant those
annuals and
then has a.good
laugh as we
scurry about
covering up
those same
plants when
frost threatens.
* Have a won- V.
derful Valen- Barbara
tine's Day and Hartley
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acknowledge editor
all of those
people who are special to you.
* Do you have any idea for
stories or information you
would like more facts on? Send
me an e-mail at
Rhartley4@tampabay.rr.com.
M And while we are on the sub-
ject of plants here's a handy
gardening calendar for this por-
tion of the state I pulled off of
the University of Florida's
IFAS Extension Service Web
site.


By Barbara Hartley
Blueprints Editor
Since its early beginnings in 1972.
Maronda has built over 20,000
homes. Originating in Pennsylvania,
they have expanded into Ohio,
Georgia and Florida and will soon be
offering homes in the Carolinas.
True to its slogan, "An Easily


Observable. Better Crystal Manor and
Value," Maronda Sugarmill Woods.
offers more home 0 They currently
tor less money. have 30 homes
Maronda has been under construction
building in Citrus with only four of
County since 2003 those being inven-
and built 1250 homes tory homes.
in 2005 and 2006. Construction is in Maronda's cost savings come from
Citrus Springs, High Ridge Village. the large number of homes they build


every year which enables them, to
have a large purchasing power.
Maronda also has several state-of-
the-art manufacturing plants located
throughout the state that allow them
to produce many homebuilding com-
ponents internally.
By manufacturing components,
Please see BUYER/Page 3D


February March
Planting Guide
Annuals
Warmer weather in February
allows planting of ageratum,
alyssum, aster, baby's breath,
begonia, browallia, cosmos,
dusty miller, gazania, geranium,
Please see GARDEN/Page 3D


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Carrollwood
Golf Harbor Path, Inverness, FL 34450
Cosgrove Builders
11145 W. Bentbow Path, Crystal River, FL 34428
Maronda Homes
34 E. Citrus Springs Blvd., Citrus Springs, FL 34434


Maronda Homes Highridge Village
3266 N. Burroughs Path, Beverly Hills, FL 34465
Maronda Homes Crystal Manor
7840 N. Basswood Ave., Crystal River, FL 34428


The Floral City Stra wbemy Festival
March 1 & 2- Hwy. 41 S. in Floral Park
$2 admission
SOver 150 craft booths
~ FREE entertainment
Children's activities
Variety of food
Classic cars
SModel A cars
~ FREE shuttle service
~ Princess pageant
Om -For information call The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce at 726-2801


Tickets available at
Regions Bank, All
Chamber of Commerce
offices, Key Center
Foundation or from any
member of the Homosassa
Springs Kiwanis
$18 advance -
$20 at the door
382-5770 or 382-1471
Proceeds to benefit Citrus
County charities


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BLUEPRINTS


Plant spotlight



is on bulbine


BARBARA HARTLEY/For the Chronicle


Maronda offers a very unique looking stone-faced one story home with lots of room and a two-car garage.


BUYER
Continued from Page I D

purchasing directly from mills or
manufactures direct, supplying
and delivering their own materi-
als and labor, they have more
control over what goes into each
home. They are able to maintain
a strict production schedule,
high quality standards and. -
most of all cost savings to the
consumer. The average construc-
tion schedule is 90 days or less
from start to finish for most
home buyers.
Most homes are built on quar-
ter acre lots plus or minus, some
lots are larger. The price of the
home includes the lot and all
permit fees. Homes are built to
meet or exceed all current hurri-
cane standards and have a war-
ranty program that includes one
year warranty on workmanship
and materials, a two-year
,.Bonded Builders warranty, and a.I
ten-year structural warranty.
Name brands are used
throughout the homes including
Price Phister faucets, Shaw car-
peting, Meralot cabinets,
General Electric appliances and
American Standard plumbing
fixtures just to mention a few.
Buyers are introduced to the
"streamlined homebuilding
approach" which offers a num-
ber of advantages. To maintain
their strict production schedule,

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Many of the.
rooms have
high arches
and spaces at
the junction of
the walls.
BARBARA
HARTLEYI
For the Chronjcle








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The bedrooms
arevery
spacious.
BARBARA
HARTLEY/
For the Chronicle


selections are limited to items
readily available, which enables
the company to offer more home
for less money.
Also offered is the Taexx sys-
tem, a built-in pest control that is
installed in interior plumbing
walls where moisture might
attract pests. The lines are perfo-
rated and linked to exterior ports
where a misted insecticide can
be introduced. This type of sys-
tem is also be used for termite
protection.
Prices range from $115,900 to
$216,900 (includes lot).
Maronda offers 13 floor plans to
choose from which vary from
1,440 square feet to 3,891 square
feet.
Homes can be either one-story
or two-story and as large as five
bedrooms with spacious three
car garages. In-house financing
is available through MFC
Mortgage, a subsidiary of
Maronda Homes.
There are four furnished
homes in their model center
which is located one mile north
of County Road 491 on U.S. 41
in Citrus Springs.
The model center is open
Monday -from noon to 7 p.m.;
Tuesday, Wednesday and
Saturday. 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and
Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Their phone is 352-465-7255
and their Web site www.maron-
da.com for additional informa-
tion and locations.


BARBARA HARTLEYIFor the Chronicle
Spacious dining areas are available in most of the models.


By Audrey Durr
Special to the Chronicle

Spring is right around the cor-
ner and that means it's time to
start selecting Florida-Friendly
plants to add to your landscape.
Mid to late March is a good time
to start planting because the'
threat of extreme winter temper-
atures has passed.
An excellent resource for
choosing Florida friendly plants
is the Web site www.Florida
Yards.org. By inputting your site
conditions (sun exposure, soil
type and moisture), the Web site


Garden
Continued from Page 1D

hollyhock, lobelia, Marguerite
daisy, 'pansy, periwinkle,
Petunia, snapdragon, and verbe-
na.
Annuals for. March planting
include ageratum, alyssum, ama-
ranthus, baby's breath, balsam
(impatiens),' celosia, calliopsis,
dusty miller, gaillardia1 gazania,
geranium, hollyhock, lobelia,
Marguerite daisy, .marigold,
nicotiana, ornamentitl pepper,
pentas, periwinkle, tudbeckia,
salvia, streptocarpus, sweet
williams, thunbergia alata, tore-
nia, verbena and zinnia.
Fertilize annuals during soil
preparation and then monthly.

Peren nials
and bulbs
Plant peren-
nials in
January:
African lily,
amaryllis,
Aztec lily,
calla, crinum,
daylily, Dutch
iris, gloriosa
lily, gladiolus,
hurricane lily,
ixia, Kaffir
lily, montbre-
tia, society
garlic, spider
lily, voodoo
lily, walking
iris, Watsonia,
and zephyr
lily.
February
planting of
perennial
bulbs includes
African iris,
blood lily, cal-
adium, canna,
lilium, shell
ginger;, tiger
flower, Potted
flo o w ie r i nig
perennials can
-be-plante4any -a
ime of Ae


M a r c h
March:
African iris, Amazon lily, Aztec
lily, tuberous begonia, blood lily,
caladium, canna, crinum, dahlia,
gloriosa lily, Kaffir lily,
Montbretia, shell Ginger, society
garlic, spider lily, .Ttiger flower,
Ttuberose, voodoo lily, walking
iris, watsonia, and zephyr lily.

Cold protection
Plants with young tender
shoots need protection from
frost or freezing weather.
Move outdoor house plants to
warm locations when cold
weather is predicted. Clean pots
and leaves and
control insects
and diseases Plant
before moving youn
plants inside y ng
or into green- Shoots
house .
Outdoor tropi- protect
cal plants frost or
(Schefflera,
croton, dief- weather
fenbachia, outdoor
pothos, philo- ou o
d e n d r o n ) plants t
should be pro-
tected from Iocatiol
temperatures cold w
below 55
degrees. IS pre
Have boxes,


blankets, hay,
plastic and lights ready for early
freeze protection. Cover plants
during cold spells, but be sure to
remove any clear plastic cover-
ing once sun is out, since the
heat buildup can cook plants. Be
sure protective cover goes all the
way to the ground.
Protect citrus from tempera-
tures below 28 degrees, If bank-
ing with soil, be sure to cover the
bud union with soil that is free of


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will generate a list of plants
(including color photographs
and growth requirements) that
would be suited to your yard.
The Web site also offers 'a
Florida-friendly landscaping
tutorial and an interactive
Florida-friendly yard.
Bulbine, or bum jelly plant
(scientific name: Bulbine
frutescens), is an outstanding
Florida-Friendly groundcover.
This low-maintenance succulent
perennial grows to two-feet tall.
Bulbine has a high drought toler-

Please see PLANT/Page 6D


sticks, leaves and other organic
matter. Avoid damage to trunks
of, trees as this can lead to dis-
ease ,and insect damage.
Applying a fungicide registered
for citrus before banking or
wrapping tree trunks will help
reduce foot rot disease.
Do not prune cold damaged
plants until all danger of frost is
past (early March) and plants
have begun to show signs of new
growth. Continue to water plants
as needed during dry winter
months.

Pruning
If deciduous trees and shrubs
need pruning, wait until after
new growth begins to avoid cold
damage to new growth which
will follow.
Prune the
tips of azaleas
and camellias
soon after
flowering to
promote full-
ness.
lPrune sum-
mer or fall
S n flowering
shrubs (hibis-
cus, thryallis,
plumbago,
powderpuff,
etc.) In late

Early Marchto
promote flow-
ering on new
growth.
Prune poin-
settias and
Holiday mum
plants before
setting into the
landscape.

Fruits
Plant bare
root apple,
peach, pear,
pecan, persim-
mon and blue-
berries by late
Februa-. Do
not si6, .r-at
planting i~.

Land& jp
In February,
root prune shrubs and trees to be
transplanted next year.
Fertilize landscape plants and
fruit trees in late February using
a general purpose fertilizer with
slow release nitrogen. Use a rate
of one pound of nitrogen per
1,000 square feet of lawn and
landscape planting.
Watch for scale insects which
seem to multiply at the same
time new growth is maturing.
Monitor at least weekly for pests
and disease problems.
Use soap and oil sprays when
soft insects are detected (scales,
white fly, spi-
der mites,
s with thrips, aphids,
tender mealy bugs).
Use 2 table-
need spoons each of
on from liquid dish
soap and veg-
reezing etable oil in a
. Move gallon of
water. Repeat
r house spray in five
o warm days and then
as needed.
ns when Apply crab-
eather grass seed pre-
venter in mid-
dicted. February to
keep seedlings
from invading


weak lawns.
Calibrate fertilizer spreader to
properly apply fertilizer each
time a new brand is purchased.
Check and repair sprinkler
system. Calibrate sprinklers to
apply about " of water each
time you water. Only water lawn
when 30-40 percent of grass
blades begin to wilt and turn
blue/gray.


CITRVS COVN7T (FL) CHRONICLE


Ssimm-iAY, Fui3uAity 9, 20083D






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4D SATURDAY, FI I3IARY 9, 2008 .13iLUEPRINT %iIS .. ... I" "/ S ..



Board members have legal protection


Village View of
Community Life is
* provided to give
members of property
owner and condominium asso-
ciations with helpful informa-
tion on the day-to-day opera-
tions of community manage-
ment. It is not intended to take
the place of legal counsel.
For specific legal advice, con-
tact an attorney that specializes
in community associations.
Village View received a ques-
tion from a gentleman that is
running for a seat on his com-
munity's board of directors.
Their election will take place
next week.
He wrote, "If I am elected,
can I be sued for things I do on
behalf of the association?" This


I


question came up and was
answered in the July 2006 issue
of Village View in the
Chronicle's Blueprints Section.
With permission, I quoted
Miami attorney Richard Rehr as
follows, "A provision of the
Florida Not-for-profit Act
Section 617.0834, may apply
and provides for immunity for
personal liability unless the
director's actions constitute a
criminal violation, or provide an
improper personal benefit to the
director, or was reckless, com-
mitted in bad faith or with mali-
cious purpose.
Furthermore, Rehr wrote,
"the courts have concluded:
"association directors are-
immune from liability in their
individual capacity, absent


fraud, criminal activity or self-
dealing/unjust enrichment."
"More than simple
negligence is required
before personal liability
for monetary damages
may be imposed. The
key is whether a director
or officer knows they
are doing wrong.
Obviously, it is impor-
tant that directors are Ja
competent as business Jarlh
people. LC
Simple negligence on Village
a director's part may CommU
harm the association.
Errors and omission insurance
coverage may provide some
recourse in certain instances,
but without more than simple
negligence, no recourse may be


imposed against t
member or officer pe


lae
lenski,
CAM


Therefore, as
board member
the guidance
documents
Florida Statut
lation would h
done willf
knowingly."
Another
addressed
votes.
A board me


View of property owner
unity Life tion wrote, "TI
er of our a
never votes at board
He feels, serving as tr
is an officer and
motions are for board
Do all directors an


he board have to vote on every issue?
personally Before I answer that I must
s long as first say I don't understand why
ers follow a treasurer would not want to
of their vote on association business
and the when he or she most likely signs
tes, a vio- the checks that pay for the deci-
have to be sions made at meetings.
ully and According Florida Statute
720.303(3) a vote or abstention
question from voting on each matter
director's voted upon for each director
present at a board meeting must
mber of a be recorded in the minutes.
rs associa- The Suncoast Chapter of the
he treasur- Community Association
association Institute offers one or two
d meeting. breakfast meetings per month.
easurer, he The next one being offered is
the board entitled, "Financial Statement:
members. As Easy As 1-2-3".
d officers It will be held Feb. 14, 2008


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pest control


Termite protection

Fact: Termites cause more damage than hurricanes, earthquakes, and torna-
dos combined, every year in North America.
Fact: There are up to 150 termite colonies in 1 acre of land.
Fact: Alaska is the only state in the United States that does not have termite
activity.
Fact: Exterra Baiting System kills the termite colony completely, eliminating
Termites from the entire area.
Fact: Termidor is spread through out the colony, completely eliminating the
entire colony.
Now that you know the facts, don't wait any longer to have your home protect-
ed from termites.


By Barbara Hartley
Bluepnnts Editor ,

The official name for the com-
pany is Bush Pest Control.
However, the name does not
take into account all of the other
services offered by this
Homosassa company: everything
from carpet cleaning to
Christmas decorating, %with land-
scaping thro%%n in.
Started in East St. Louis, Ill..
in 1967 by Leonard Bush. the
company moted to its present
location in Citrus County in
1996. At the helm todaN is
Leonard Bush 11. and his sons
Wade and Jeremy.
It is one of only a few compa-
nies that still tents homes and
businesses with pest infestation -
sometimes the only cure to a par-
ticular problem. Biggest chal-
lenge this time of year is ter-
mites, when part of the colony
spreads its wing and swarms.
The most effective treatment for
termites is the Termidor system
which carries a ten-year warran-


ty. (See related
article on termites).
As for other
pests, Bush uses a
three step program
that includes an
inspection, an
analysis and esti-
mate and the treat-
ment with a superi-
or residual product.
Most often a
perimeter applica-
tion is applied so
pests can be pre-
vented from ever
getting into your
home. The perime-


Bush technicians are constant-
1) given upgrades in training in
the latest methods and products
of their trade.
Landscaping
If you are looking for the com-
plete package in landscaping,
look no further than Bush. They
have three landscape designers
on staff that can plan and super-
\ ise the remodeling of your yard.
They take pictures of your
area, and using computer tech-
nology, can give you a visual
look at the design they have in
mind. They will complete the
planting and best of all, % ill
maintain the landscape. They
also can remodel with pavers and
supply the lighting.
Holiday decorations
A new project for Bush in 2007
was Christmas decorations, they
successfully decorated a number
of homes in the area with the
"wow" factor. The best thing
about the service is that they
install the decorations, maintain
them, remove them and also


Another
advantage is
there is little
or no odor
and you don't
have to be
home when
the technician
does the job.


ter treatment stops pests in just a
few minutes. One of the advan-,
tages of this type of treatment is
that it takes very little prepara-
tion on your part. Simply close
windows and pickup toys, garden
tools and other items. Another
advantage is there is little or no
odor and you don't have to be
home when the technician does
the job.


store them. Wade
Bush recommends
that new customers
contact them early,
like October, to
make arrangements
for decorating for
Christmas.
Bush has more
than 50 employees
and serves a num-
ber of surrounding
counties. They
maintain a second
location in Tampa.
In Citrus County
the address is 7363
West Fair Acres


Place, which is on the west side
of U.S. 19, south of Homosassa
Springs. Their phone is 621-
7700.
Bush maintains a web site at
bushpestcontrol.com where you
can view all of the services they
offer as well as pay you bill,
check your account and identify
a number of pests.


at Tucson's 13563 Icot
Boulevard, Clearwater. The pro-
gram sponsor is Bouchard
Insurance Service. Registration
is required 48 hours in advance
of the meeting.
For members the cost is $10
and $15 for non members. Call
or write if you'd like more
information.
Jane Jarlenski is licensed by
the State of Florida as a
Community Association Mana-
ger. If you are on the board of
your community association
and need professional advice on
day-to-day operations call 726-
6165 or e-mail your questions
to jane.jarlenski@earthlink.net
or Village View, P. 0. Box 2143,
Inverness, Florida 34451.





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will boost value at resale


While the forecast for the real
estate market has been pretty
stormy in recent months, there
seems to be a silver lining when it
comes to homeowner outlook. In
a national survey conducted by
Opinion Research Corpora-tion
for the Minwax Company, the
news. was encouraging. When
homeowners were asked how
they felt about their home in terms
of its current market value, 83
percent said their home was worth
more than what they paid for it. In
fact, almost half stated their home
was worth "a lot more." Only 8
percent felt that the value of their
home had remained the same as
when they bought it and just 6
percent said it had declined in
price. Nearly 20 percent indicated
having a home on the market or
expecting to put one up for sale in
the near future.
Eye on resale value
Seventy-four percent of all
homeowners agreed that making
renovations or home improve-
ments now will help them get the
most money when they decide to
sell. What renovations or home
improvements will help. get top
dollar at resale? Two out of three
respondents focused on the


kitchen, specifically 63 percent
said a kitchen update and 51 per-
cent said buying new or refinish-
ing kitchen cabinets will add to
the resale value. A similar propor-
tion (67 percent) felt that painting
the interior or exterior will add to
the value. Other frequent men-
tions were remodel the bath (58
percent), replace carpeting (54
percent) and add new or refinish
hardwood floors (49 percent).
Why they do it
Interestingly, almost a third said
they do home improvements
because they enjoy it and slightly
more homeowners responded that
they do home improvement proj-
ects "only when, I need to." Just
15 percent reported actually doing
home improvements to increase
the resale value and 12 percent
admitted to doing projects to keep
their home on a par with others in
the neighborhood.
Hot for home improvements
Regardless of whether they are
selling or staying put, 67 percent
of homeowners plan to initiate a
home improvement project in the
next 12 months. The majority plan
to paint the interior or exterior of
the house. Other projects on the


homeowner to-do list include
remodeling a bathroom, replacing
carpets, adding new appliances,
updating a kitchen, adding or
refinishing hardwood floors, buy-
ing new or refinishing kitchen
cabinets, and updating plumbing
or electrical systems.
Movin' on out
And in a perfect world if they
got the right price for their home
what would they do? The largest
proportion (35 percent) would
downsize, moving to a smaller
house, townhouse or apartment. A
similar percentage would either
relocate to another city for a
change of climate or new job or
move to. a nicer neighborhood.
Only 26 percent said they would
buy a bigger house.
A resert-oractive lifestyle com-
munity was the choice of 14 per-
cent, while 12 percent would
move to a retirement community
and an equal number said they
would put the money in the bank
and rent. Older homeowners (55
plus) were more likely to down-
size and younger homeowners
(18-34 years) were significantly
more interested in moving to
another city or buying a bigger
house.


The projectable Caravan sur-
vey was conducted by Opinion
Research Corporation of
Princeton, NJ, Sept. 28 Oct. 1,
2007. The report presents the
findings of a telephone survey
conducted among a national prob-
ability sample of 757 adult home-
owners comprising 384 men and
373 women, 18 years of age and
older, living in private households
in the continental United States.
Minwax is the nation's lead-
ing manufacturer of wood finish-
ing and wood care products.
Headquartered in Upper Saddle
River, NJ, with a manufacturing
facility in Flora, IL, Minwax is
part of Sherwin-Williams Wood
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ance, produces delicate yellow
and orange flower spikes through-
out the year and makes a beautiful
accent plant in any landscape.
Visitors to our Florida-Friendly
Learning Landscape behind the
extension office are always
impressed by this compact beauty._
Bulbine thrives in full sun to
light shade and because it is
native to the desert grasslands of
South Africa, it thrives with little
to no water; in fact, overwatering
bulbine is more likely to cause
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Bulbine is hardy to the low 20s
and the bulbine in the Learning
Landscape as well as in my yard
was unfazed by the January cold
snap. Bulbine is available locally.
For more information on
Florida friendly landscaping and
other Florida-Friendly Plants,
contact the Florida Yards &
Neighborhoods (FYN) program
staff at the Citrus County
UF/IFAS Extension Service. FYN
Program Coordinator Audrey
Durr can be reached at 527-5708
or. FYN Program Coordinator
Debbe Hooper can be reached at
527-5707 or debbe.hooper@
bocc.citrus.fl.us. Additional infor-
mation is also available online at


www.SolutionsFor YourLife.org.
The Citrus County UF/IFAS
Extension Service is also offering
a Florida-Friendly Living Series
Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 10
a.m. The schedule is February 13:
Manners & Etiquette; February
20: Florida Invaders: Plants and
Wildlife; February 27: The
Skinny on Exercise; March 5:
Irrigation Basics; March 12:
Ouch! Stinging and Biting
Insects; March 19: Creating a
Hummingbird Haven; March 26:
Flowering Trees. The series is
free, although preregistration is
required; contact Cris at 527-5701
to sign up for one, two, or all of
the classes.


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