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Title: Citrus County chronicle
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Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
Inverness, Fla
Publication Date: July 15, 2008
Copyright Date: 2008
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The Joker is Batman's most
famous nemesis, and he's
also the perfect villain for
our time./Page CO10
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Sick and stuck
Many Americans tough it out
when ill, going to work with
pain, cramps, headaches,
fevers or worse./Page Cl
U.S. MARKETS:
Stocks
decline
Wall Street extends
its slump into yet
another week as
investors worry
about mortgage
financiers. Page A7
OPINION:

The idea is
simple: if 3,250
folks in the
community
donate $100
each, the goal
will be
reached.
EDITORIAL, PAGE A8
OFFICIAL BALLOT:
Most admired
Find the official ballot for
Citrus County's 10 Most
Admired Women annual
contest./Page C4
BREWERY BUYOUT:


InBev SA of Belgium aquires
Anheuser-Busch for $52
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rejects offers, trial set


Judge will hear testimony

in case starting Monday
SHEMIR WILES
swiles@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
An Inverness man's case will move on to
trial next week after he rejected plea deals
from b th the state and the court.
Willie Lee Baker, 40,.faces life in prison on
felony charges of third-degree murder, vehic-
ular lhomicide, felony fleeing or attempt i nig to
elude, driving with no valid driver's license
causing death or great bodily injury, reckless
driving causing serious bodily injury and an-
other charge of felony fleeing or attempting
to elude.
According to an arrest report in September
2007, a Citrus County sheriff's deputy at-
tempted to pull Baker over for speeding. He


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was clocked going more than i
78 mph in a 35 mph zone on Wille Lee
U.S. 41 near Roller Barn in Baktte to
Inverness. attempted to
Initially, traffic prevented fire his lawyer
initially, traffic prevented during court
the deputy from catching up proceedings.
to Baker, a report states.
However, once the deputy caught up with
Baker, he saw the car was reportedly missing
a license tag. According to the report, the
deputy activated his emergency lights and at
the same time, Baker moved his vehicle into
the center turn lane, sped up and passed a
truck
While entering a long, sweeping curve on
U.S. 41, just south of East Windmill Drive,
Baker's vehicle crossed onto the other side of
the road. The tires of Baker's vehicle mo-
mentarily left the road and went onto the
shoulder, the report states. According to the
report, Baker was able to maneuver the car
back onto the road and when he did, he hit
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Plant expansion spells new jobs
S into the local economy hired about 100 local workers
County says local The capacity of the Mead- for the job.
Sr id owcrest Wastewater Treat- "Lots of construction folks
WOrkerS hired ment Plant will be are out of work," Knight said.


MIKE WRIGHT
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Chronicle
Citrus County officials
broke ground Monday on a $16
million sewer plant expansion
that will bring jobs to about
100 construction workers and
pump an estimated $5 million


quadrupled when construc-
tion is finished in less than
two years, water resources di-
rector Robert Knight said.
The plant serves Citrus
Hills, Pine Ridge, Citrus
Springs and other communi-
ties in the Central Ridge re-
gion of Citrus County.
Encore Construction Co. of
Winter Park is the contractor.
Knight said the company


"Having a job that may last
over a year is pretty attrac-
tive."
The economic impact is the
result ofjobs created and sup-
plies purchased in Citrus
County. Some equipment,
such as pumps, valves, piping
and electronics, will be bought
elsewhere, Knight said.
Knight said the project is
See PLANT/Page A4


Second Kings Bay

manatee killed


Two others

recover at zoo
KERI LYNN MCHALE
kmchale@
chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Another manatee in Kings
Bay suffered a fatal blow Sun-
day.
Florida Fish and Wildlife
personnel recovered the de-
ceased juvenile male manatee
by channel marker 25, accord-
ing to Wendy Quigley, outreach
coordinator for the Fish and
Wildlife Institute.
"The cause of SO YOI
death was deter- iWildifte
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Quigley said. The the FWC
necropsy re- Alert line
vealed it was an 404-392
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diate death. dead ma
The fatality
marks the second in recent
weeks.
On June 29, wildlife officials
pulled a dead, mature female
manatee out of Kings Bay. Re-
ports indicated it, too, died
from a watercraft-related in-
jury.
That discovery came two
days after wildlife rescue team
members removed an injured,
mature female manatee and
her female calf from Kings Bay.
The momma manatee and
her calf are now healing at


Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo. The
location of the rescue, near
Pete's Pier in Crystal River, in-
spired zoo staff to name the
momma and calf "Miss Pete"
and "Repeat," respectively.
The staff recently moved
both manatees out of the zoo's
medical pools and into its main
exhibit pools for further obser-
vation.
"This is a good sign that the
two are living independently,
without the need for daily in-
teraction from zoo animal care
staff," Rachel Nelson, the zoo's
public relations director, said.
On June 27, the day of the
rescue, the momma manatee's


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breathing was
slow. She re-
mained nearly
c stationary with
part of her body
out of the water
for hours, reveal-
ing her slashes.
Now, more
than two weeks
after the rescue,


both momma and calf are eat-
ing well and the calf is nursing
on a regular basis, Nelson said.
"Miss Pete" is able to swim in
deep water, which was an ini-
tial problem for the injured
momma.
The mother manatee is in
guarded condition and the calf
is in stable condition, according
to Nelson. There is no set date
for their release back into
Kings Bay.
"Every manatee's rehabilita-
tion is different," Nelson noted.


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Property owners may not see expected tax break


S MELANIE J. HENSLEY
Special to the Chronicle
Property owners with a home-
.stead exemption who claimed the
:exemption for the past several years
are undoubtedly expecting a tax sav-
ings due to the passage of Amend-
ment 1 on Jan. 29. The Department
, "of Revenue (DOR) has determined
that the Save Our Homes assessed
value increase for 2008 is 3 percent
:'This increase will take place on the
2008 assessment roll in compliance
With the rules of the DOR and not at


the discretion of the property ap-
praiser.
The increase is based on the last
Consumer Price Index (CPI), which
was 4.1 percent at the time the in-
crease was determined.
The doubling of the homestead
exemption coupled with the de-
crease in market values may provide
homesteaded property owners with
a tax savings up to $240 in addition
to the approximate $500 savings
from the original homestead exemp-
tion. Tax savings will be lessened by
the state-mandated 3 percent in-


crease from Save Our Homes.
If the taxing authorities choose to
increase the tax rate, those savings
may be further diminished. Property
with an assessed value of less than
$50,000 will not realize any addi-
tional tax savings due to the new
double homestead exemption.
Truth in Millage or TRIM (Notice
of Proposed Property Tax) notices
will be mailed Aug. 15. Please re-
view your notice, make special note
of the change to the 2008 market
value when compared to the 2007
market value. Verify that all of the


information is correct. Your name,
address and the description of the
land should be verified. The TRIM
notice will contain additional infor-
mation due to the passage of
Amendment 1 on Jan. 29.
Many residential areas will re-
flect a decrease in market value
based on 2007 sale prices. Vacant
residential lot values in the largest
subdivisions have declined signifi-
cantly. Some gated communities,
waterfront or deed-restricted areas
may not realize a significant change
in market value. Many commercial


corridors will reflect a stable or in-
creasing market value. Commercial
property is slower to reflect the
downturn in the economy and mar-
ket values based on 2007 sale
prices.
The amount of the tax reflected
on the TRIM notice will depend on
the proposed tax rates. The taxing
authorities have to ability to raise
the millage (tax) rates in an attempt
to make up for the decrease in tax-
able value this year.
Melanie J. Hensley is Citrus
County property appraiser


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they have finally heard the
frustrations of the American
people by matching the ac-
tion I've taken today, repeal-
ing the congressional ban,
and passing legislation to fa-
cilitate responsible offshore
exploration," Bush said.
The president's direct link
between record gas prices
and offsho e drilling glossed
over a key point: EvIii if'Coh-
gress agreed, the exploration
for oil would take years to
produce real results. It is not
projected to reduce gas
prices in the short term. Even
the White House routinely
emphasizes there is no quick
fix.
That did not stop Bush
from building his case
around today's prices at the
pump.
He said every extra dollar
that families must spend on
gas is one they could be using
to put food on their table or to
send a child to school. The
American people, he said,
are now "waiting to see what
the Congress will do."
The White House says that
acting now on a long-term so-
lution would send a serious
signal to the market that
more oil supply will be com-
ing on line. That, in turn,
could ease oil prices, advo-
cates say. Business groups
and many Republican law-
makers applauded the move
to expand the energy supply
-in the U.S.
SDemocrats were unmoved.
"The Bush plan is a hoax,"
responded House Speaker
Nancy Pelosi. "It will neither
reduce gas prices nor in-
crease energy independ-
ence."
Several Democratic lead-
ers in Congress said oil com-
panies are already sitting on
millions of acres of public
and coastal lands.
Yet a proposal by Democ-
rats to release oil from an
emergency reserve has been
"rejected by the White House
as a gimmick that won't re-
duce prices.
SSo the election-year stale-
Smate remains.
Congressional Democrats,
' joined by some GOP lawmak-
ers from coastal states, have
*'long opposed lifting the pro-
.hibition that has barred en-
Sergy companies from waters
Along both the East and West
coasts and in the eastern Gulf
,of Mexico. A succession of
presidents, including the cur-
..rent one, has sided with Con-
Sgress for each of the last 27
:years in barring drilling in
These waters.
The main goal has been to
protect beaches and coastal
states' tourism economies.
,.But Bush says that with
:today's technology, explo-
ration can be conducted
,, along the Outer Continental
,Shelf in ways that keep the
drilling out of sight and pro-


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Both presidential
campaigns
weighed in.
tect the environment
The congressional ban is
renewed yearly, typically as
part of a spending bill. The
White House said it \was too
soon to comment on a poten-
tial Bush \veto.
Under Bush's proposal.
states would help decide how
,drilling would be conducted
o: their shoes. It is unclear
how much oil would be avail-
able. Bush said it could even-
tually be enough to produce
10 years' worth of America's
current oil production.
Both presidential cam-
paigns weighed in
Sen. John McCain, the pre-
sumptive Republican presi-
dential nominee, called
Bush's move "a very impor-
tant signal" and prodded his
Democratic rival, Sen.
Barack Obama, should drop
his opposition to offshore
drilling. "If we can show that
we have significant oil re-
serves off our coasts, that will
clearly affect the futures
market and affect the price of
oil," McCain said.
Obama favors another eco-
nomic stimulus package that
includes energy rebates, as
well as stepped up efforts to
develop alternative fuels. "If
offshore drilling would pro-
vide short-term relief at the
pump or a long-term strategy
for energy independence, it
would be worthy of our con-
sideration, regardless of the
risks," Obama spokesman
Bill Burton said in a state-
ment. "But most experts,
even within the Bush admin-
istration, concede it would do
neither."
Environmental groups also
criticized Bush.
The public, though, is
growing impatient for an-
swers.
Nearly half the people sur-
veyed by the Pew Research
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now consider energy' explo-
ration and drilling more im-
portant than conservation.
compared with a little over a
third who felt that \way only
fi\e months ago Tlhe
sharpest shift in attitude
came from those who had
previously \iewed explo-
ration as a less important pri-
ority, including people \\ho
identified themselves as lib-
erals, independents and De-
niocrats.


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74-year-old Rita S. Wyant -
who was driving in the oppo-
site direction head on.
In the arrest report, a
deputy noted smelling a
strong odor of alcohol emit-
ting from Baker's car and
breath. Baker's passenger,
Sean Bernard Clark, 37, died
at the scene of the accident
and both cars were totaled.
Baker and Wyant were flown
to Shands Hospital in
Gainesville for treatment of
their injuries. Wyant was re-
leased after being treated.
Florida Highway Patrol
troopers arrested Baker and
transferred him to the Citrus
County Detention Facility.
Baker faces life sentences
on the two felony fleeing or
attempting to elude charges
because he is classified as a
habitual offender Baker has
a record from as far back as
1983 for charges of burglary
of an unoccupied structure
and grand theft He also has
multiple suspensions of his
license, the last one stem-
ruing from a possession of a
controlled substance charge.
Assistant State Attorney
Bill Catto offered a plea deal
of25 years in prison.
In a chamber conference,
Judge Richard "Ric" Howard
offered Baker a maximum
sentence of 35 years if Baker
would enter an open plea to
the court.
Baker's assistant public
defender. Joseph Sowell.
asked for the state to lower its


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deal to 17 years, citing two
DUI manslaughter cases that
had offers for sentences less
than 25 years. However, Catto
said comparing the two cases
to Baker's case was like
"comparing ap-
ples to oranges." Whi
Howard
agreed and COurt,
stated Baker has expre
tons of liability xpr
and has several Howa
prior convic-
tions, unlike in he wis
the other two
cases where the fire S
defendants had
no prior record.
Howard informed Sowell
his client had three options:
go to trial, accept the state's
plea deal or accept the
court's offer.
While in court, Baker ex-
pressed to Howard that he
wished to fire Sowell. He


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stated he had been doing re-
search in the law library at
the Citrus County Detention
Facility and wants Sowell to
file certain motions in his
case. Howard advised Baker
if the motions
le in are legitimate,
Then Sowell will
Baker file any neces-
sed to sary paperwork
but that failure
d that to have done so
is not sufficient
hed to reason to re-
lieve Sowell of
well. the case.
When asked if
he wanted to accept the of-
fers extended to him by the
state and court, Baker waved
his hand dismissively and
said no. Subsequently,
Howard and the state re-
voked their offers.
Baker's trial is set to begin
at 8:30 a.m. Monday.


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THE STATE

Citrus County
Fire destroys
local business
An attic fire in a Hemando
business destroyed much of
the building Monday morning.
The fire was called in at
about 1:30 a.m. at 1577 N.
Florida Ave., Hemando, at Na-
ture Coast Framing, according
to county spokesman Jim Hun-
ter. The building's construction
made it difficult for firefighters to
get to the attic, where flames
bumed the ceiling and roof.
The owner was out of town,
Hunter said. The state fire
marshal's office is investigat-
ing the fire.
Boat ramps
to close for repairs
The boat ramps at Pete's
Pier on Kings Bay will undergo
minor repair this week. One
ramp at a time will be closed
during the work.
Also, the boat ramp at N.W.
Third Avenue next to Charlie's
Fish House will be closed for
repair the week of July 21 to
25.
For more information, call
the Crystal River Department
of Public Works at 795-4216.
Inverness slates
budget meetings
The following budget-related
workshops/public hearings are
called for by the Invemess City
Council. They will be at the In-
verness Govemment Center,
212 West Main St., Invemess,
as follows:
July 22, 5:30 p.m. Op-
erating and Maintenance.
Aug. 29, 5:30 p.m. Op-
erating and Maintenance (if
needed).
Sept. 4, 5:01 p.m. -
Budget Public Hearing.
Sept. 18, 5:01 p.m. -
Budget Final Public Hearing.
Bikers: Know the best
"" plaes to ride?
The Chronicle wants to know
where motorcyclists believe the
best places to cruise are in and
around Citrus County.
Whether it's the scenery,
smooth ride or excitement of a
place, tell us where you like to
ride your motorcycle and why.
Submissions can be e-
mailed to reporter Cristy Loftis
at cloftis@chronicleonline.com
or called in to 564-2925. Be
sure to give your full name and
contact information.
Parents: Register kids
now for Citrus Springs
Those who have recently
moved to Citrus Springs and
have school-age children
should call Citrus Springs Ele-
mentary at 344-4079 or (352)
489-8144 to make arrange-
ments to register them. Call
first so the address can be
checked to make sure children
are registered at the right
school. There are two elemen-
tary schools in the Citrus
Springs area. The office is
open for registrations from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through
Thursday. Bring proof of resi-
dence, which can be a con-
tract, lease or utility bill. Also,
please bring the name, ad-
dress and phone number of
the child's previous school.
New stamp to sell
with special prize
Commemorating the 100th
anniversary of the song "Take
Me Out to the Ball Game," a
first-class postage stamp will
be dedicated Wednesday dur-
ing a ceremony on the White
House lawn, and the Invemess
Post Office will hand out a box
of Cracker Jacks to each of the
first 100 purchasers of a book-
let of the stamps.
A booklet of 20 stamps
costs $8.40. The Winn-Dixie
on East Highland Boulevard
donated the Cracker Jacks.
-From staff reports


Correction
Due to a reporter's error, the
Campaign Trail on Page 3A of
Sunday's Chronicle contained
incorrect information. Renee
McPheeters has a fundraiser
on July 26.
The Chronicle regrets the
error.


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Sheriffs office takes home top awards


CRISTY LOFTISIChronicle
Florida Police and Fire Games 2008 Citrus County herlff's Office medal winners, back row, from left: Detective Ed Serocki, Deputy Jim Bouffard, Sher-
iff Jeff Dawsy, Sgt. Elena Vitt and Lt. Steve Vitt; front row, from left: Sgt. Ryan Glaze, Deputy Jannette Spencer, volunteer posse members Marianne
McGuire and Charlotte Coadic, and Deputy Kurt Lynn.

Citrus County lawman earns 'toughest compeitor'at Law Enforcement Games


CRISTY LOFTIS
cloftis@chronicleonfine.com
Chronicle
After the 2008 Florida Law En-
forcement Games, Citrus County is
home to Florida's toughest cop.
Sgt Ryan Glaze, 32, earned the
title of toughest competitor at the
June events in Sarasota County.
"Ryan did extremely, extremely
well," Sheriff Jeff Dawsy said dur-
ing a recognition ceremony Mon-
day.
The Florida Law Enforcement
Games are only open to Florida law
enforcement and firefighter per-
sonnel. The games are held the
third week of June.
Each year there are about 5,000
competitors from more than 200
agencies competing in more than


45 Olympic-style sporting events.
This is the second year Glaze has
won the toughest competitor event
Last year, he won for the 30 to 34
age group. This year he won overall
in Florida.
"It's the premier event of the law
enforcement games," Glaze said.
The daylong toughest competitor
competition has eight events: a 3-
mile run, shotput, 100-yard swim,
20-foot rope climb, bench press,
pull-ups and obstacle course.
Glaze also took home gold medal
awards in the 50-yard backstroke,
freestyle and butterfly swim, 100-
yard butterfly, 200-yard freestyle
relay, 100-meter and 200-meter
dashes and the 400-meter run.
The following are other local
medal winners:
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Plevell (Corrections Corporation of
America), DeputyJannette Spencer
and Detective Ed Serocki won a sil-
ver medal in mixed team bowling.
Deputy Jannette Spencer won
a silver medal in women's singles
bowling, and a silver medal in "all
events" bowling.
Lt. Alan Vick won a gold medal
in golf handicap singles, and a gold
medal in golf handicap doubles
with a golfer from the Marion
County Sheriff's Office.
Deputy Kurt Lynn won a gold-
medal in the 100-yard butterfly and
individual medley, as well as the
200-yard freestyle relay with Sgt.
Glaze and two swimmers from the
Pembroke Pines Police Depart-
ment. Lynn also won a silver medal
in the 50-yard butterfly and a
bronze medal in the 50-yard back-


stroke.
Lt Steve Vitt won a gold medal
in equestrian night obstacles, a sil-
ver medal in barrel racing, and a
silver medal in Gymkhana or timed
obstacle course.
Sgt. Elena Vitt won a gold
medal in shotput, and a silver
medal in discus.
Volunteer Sheriff's Posse mem-
ber Charlotte Coadic won a bronze
medal in equestrian inspection
class.
Volunteer Sheriff's Posse mem-
ber Marianne McGuire won a gold
medal in equestrian "all events"
and a silver medal in jumping class.
Posse members Lt. Steve Vitt,
Sgt Elena Vitt, Charlotte Coadic,
Marianne McGuire and Karen
Ketchum won a silver medal in drill
team.


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No injuries reported

CRUSTY LOFTIS
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S. While a gun was fired, no one was seri-
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* M fight in Homosassa.
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Gail Tierney said.
Earlier in the day, about four or five men
0 91 9 went to the duplex homes to meet with a group
providers of people. Tierney said the two groups had
ro V I rs problems with each other, but didn't know why
The carload of men reportedly arrived at
the duplexes, saw 12 people, then left and re-
turned with a gun, Tierney said.
That's when the fight occurred and one
man began firing the gun.
= The call to 911 came in at about 2:20 p.m.
Tierney said about half of the 12 people at
the duplex were actually involved in the fight
Deputies were able to detain several peo-
ple involved; however, no arrests have been
made. The gun was found and is being kept
as evidence.
The case will go to the State Attorney's Of-
fice for a decision on arrests, Tierney said.
* No one was hit with bullets, Tierney said.
Some of the people there were cut during the
- fight, but everyone refused medical treatment


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being funded from the same
bond that the county used to
buy the Florida Government
Utilities Association, or FGUA.
He said current ratepayers
will pay interest on the bond
and new connection fees will
.pay offthe principal.
Property taxes are not used
toofund water and sewer utili-
ties.
He also said that expanding
the Meadowcrest plant from a
capacity to treat 500,000 gal-
lons a day to 2 million gallons a
day allows the county to hold
off, at least for now, on plans to
expand wastewater plants at
Brentwood and Citrus Springs.
Expanding one instead of
three plants saves about $7
million, he said.
The expanded Meadow-
crest plant also will provide
treated "reuse" water to the
Black Diamond Ranch golf
course, which will reduce the
golf course's reliance on
groundwater by more than a
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Knight, Commissioner Vicki Phillips, Commission Chairwoman Joyce Valentine, Commissioner
Dennis Damato and Frank J. Schiraldi, vice president from design consultant Hoyle Tanner As-
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DUI arrests
E Tammy Louise Henry, 49,
6809 Pershing Drive, Homosassa,
at 3:05 a.m. Saturday on a charge
of driving under the influence.
Bond $500.
E David Boyd Bierley, 18,408
Quail Roost Drive, Inverness, at
4:17 a.m. Sunday on charges of
driving under the influence and
driving with a suspended/revoked
Srs license. Bond $11,000.
Other arrests
0 Diane L. Urgola, 27,1612 E.
Henniker Court, Inverness, at 1:14
a.m. Saturday on charges of pos-
session of a controlled substance
S and possession/intent to sell/dis-
pense/deliver a listed drug. Bond
$10,250.
Kenneth Lee Hatcher, 57,
3530 E. Brave Lane, Hemando, at
7:11 a.m. Saturday on a Citrus
County warrant charge of battery.
No bond.
Lessie Frank Hawkins, 56,
4042 Second Ave., St. Petersburg,
at 7:53 a.m. Saturday on a charge
of driving with a suspended/re-
voked license (knowingly). Bond
$10,000.
Francisco L. Diaz, 52, 5087
S. Louise Point, Homosassa, at
10:49 a.m. Saturday on a Citrus
County warrant charge of obtain-
ing property by means of a worth-
less check. Bond $150.
: David Alan Kuhn, 49, 160
Blanton Dr., Inverness, at 10:37
p.m. Saturday on charges of pos-
session of a controlled substance
and possession of drug parapher-
nalia. Bond $5,500.
Denise C. Roddenberry, 47,


8469 W. Highlands St., Ho-
mosassa, at 11:29 p.m. Saturday
on a Citrus County warrant charge
of violation of probation in refer-
ence to an original felony grand
theft charge. No bond.
Todd Allan Petro, 43, of an
unknown address, at 1:12 a.m.
Sunday on a charge of disorderly
conduct/breach of the peace.
Bond $250.
Gregory W. Schneider, 19,
7545 W. Otter St., Homosassa, at
4:59 p.m. Sunday on a charge of
grand theft, uttering and publish-
ing a forged instrument and forg-
ing bank bills/checks/drafts/notes.
Bond $4,000.
Lori M. King, 27, 13 S. Tyler
St., Room 4, Beverly Hills, at 7:15
p.m. Sunday on a Citrus County
warrant charge of fraud/illegal use
of credit card. Bond $2,000.
Jacob Wesley Brown, 22,
6148 W. Nelsen, Homosassa, at
9:40 p.m. Sunday on a charge of
driving with a suspended/revoked
license. Bond $500.
Michael W. Robbins, 30,
5295 S. Thrasher Ave., Ho-
mosassa, at 10:33 p.m. Sunday
on charges of disorderly con-
duct/breach of the peace and re-
sisting an officer without violence.
Bond $750.
Inglis Police
Arrests
Nellie Faye Bloodworth, 47,
464 Highway 40 West, Inglis, at
3:15 Saturday on a Citrus County
warrant charge of passing a
worthless check.
Wayne L. Brewer, 43, 40
U.S. 19, Inglis, at 4 a.m. Monday
on charges of possession of a
controlled substance and posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.


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Obituaries


Deaths ELSEWHERE=


Lois
Clay, 72
HERNANDO
Lois Jean Clay, 72, of Her-
nando, FL, died on July 11,
2008, in Lecanto. Beloved
wife of 53 years to Harry F
Clay Sr. She made her home
in Hernando since 1995.
Lois Jean worked at Wal-
Mart in In-
verness. Lois
Jean was also
employed by
Acme Mar-
kets in Wood-
bury, NJ, for
30 years. She
was a people
Lois Jean pleaser. Lois
Lois Jean Jean loved to
Clay dance and
sing karaoke. She also en-
joyed weight training and
camping. She was a member
of Our Lady of Fatima
Catholic Church.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Harry E Clay Sr. of
Hernando, FL; two daugh-
ters, Patricia Ann Ohrenich
(Mark) of West Deptford, NJ,
Helen M. Clay (John DiS-
alvia) of Pittsgrove, NJ; two
sons, Harry F Clay Jr. (Shari-
lyn) of Grapevine, TX, Steven
P Clay (Michelle) of Stafford,
VA.
Lois was born on May 28,
1936, in Hagerstown, MD, the
daughter of Ralph E. and
Helen M. Kendall. She is also
survived by two brothers,
Charles Kendall and George
Kendall, both of Hagerstown,
MD; Sister Darla Bollman of
Surfside, SC; and 13 grand-
children. Visitation for Mrs.
Clay will be from 6:00 PM to
8:00 PM on Tuesday, July 15,
2008, at the Heinz Funeral
Home, Inverness. Vigil serv-
ices at 6:30 PM. The Mass of
Christian Burial will be of-
fered at 10:00 AM on Wednes-
day, July 16,2008, at Our Lady
of Fatima Catholic Church in
Inverness. Father Charles
Leke will preside. Arrange-
ments by Heinz Funeral
Home & Cremation, Inver-
ness, FL.
Sign the guestbook at
wwwchronicleonline.com.

Audrey
Curtis, 92
INVERNESS
Audrey Whitley Curtis, 92,
of Inverness, FL, died on July
113, 2008, at her home under
the-loving care of her family-
and Hospice.
Audrey was born on Sep-
tember 7, 1915, in Medford,
MA, the daughter of Edwin
and Irene
Thompson.
She gradu-
ated from
S. Medford
High School
and the
Boston Sec-
'retarial Col-
Audrey lege. Audrey
Curtis traveled ex-
tensively
through out the world, with
favorite destinations of Aus-
tralia, Bermuda, Jamaica and
the Greek Islands. She
moved to Inverness in 1980
from Miami.
She enjoyed sewing, read-
ing and gardening, with a
special affection for native
Florida plants and flowers.
Her memberships included
the Citrus Garden Club, the
Inverness Downtown Rede-
velopment Council and
Friends of the Library.
She was predeceased by
her first husband, Wilson W
Whitley, in 1963 and her sec-
ond husband, Glen Curtis, in
1990. Audrey is survived by
her daughter, Joyce Rogers
(Ken) of Inverness; sons, Wes-
ley Whitley (Sandra) of Satel-
lite Beach, FL, Wayne
Whitley (Isabelle) of Inver-
ness and William Whitley

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brother, Edwin Thompson of
NH; grandsons, Jeff Rogers
of Inverness, John Whitley
(Danielle) of Washington,
D.C., and Gregory Whitley of
Inverness; granddaughters,
Diane Hunter (Randy) of
DeLeon Springs, FL, Carolyn
Butler of MI, Jill Carvalho of
St. Augustine, FL, and Lea
Whitley of Inverness; great-
grandchildren, Shelby, Bran-
don, Daniel, Aria and Joshua;
great-great-granddaughter,
Asia; and many loving nieces
and nephews. Funeral serv-
ices for Mrs. Curtis will be
today, Tuesday, July 15, 2008,
at 12:00 Noon at the Heinz
Funeral Home in Inverness.
Friends are welcome to stay
for fellowship after the serv-
ice until 2:00 PM. Heinz Fu-
neral Home & Cremation,
Inverness, FL.
Sign the guestbook at
wwwchronicleonline.com.

Geneva
Gambino, 81
INVERNESS
The Service of Remem-
brance for Mrs. Geneva Anne
Gambino, age 81, of Inver-
ness, will be held 11:00 AM,
Thursday, July 17,2008, at the
First Assembly of God, Inver-
ness, with Pastor Dairold
Rushing offi-
ciating. Inter-
ment will
follow in Oak
S. Ridge Ceme-
tery, Inver-
t. ness. Friends
may call 6:00
to 8:00 PM,
Geneva Wednesday,
Gambino July 16, at the
Inverness
Chapel of Hooper Funeral
Homes and at the church
from 10:00 AM until the time
of service. Online condo-
lences may be sent to the
family at www.HooperFuner-
alHome.com
She was born March 23,
1927, in Flint, Michigan,
Daughter of James and
Geneva (Teague) Sheltrown.
She was a Homemaker and
loving mother for 52 years, of
Crystal Gambino, who was in-
jured in an automobile acci-
dent at 3 years of age. She
moved to Inverness from
Fairhope, AL, in 2000.
Mrs. Gambino was a mem-
ber the First Assembly of
God, Inverness, where she
was a wonderful Bible
teacher, Sunday School
teacher and she served as the
church organist wherever
she lived. She enjoyed baking
and loved to play and teach
piano and organ.
Mrs. Gambino was pre-
ceded in death by her par-
ents. Surviving are her
husband, Joseph Francis
Gambino of Inverness, FL; 2
sons, David J. (Karen) Gam-
bino of Wyandotte, MI, and
Franklin J. (Sharon) Gambino
of Laguna Nigel, CA; 2 daugh-
ters, Ruth Ann (Jim) Derrico
of Inverness, FL, and Crystal
S. Gambino of Inverness, FL;
3 brothers, Frank (Donna)
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Sheltrown of San Antonio,
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Sheltrown of Nebraska,
Doyle (Marion) Sheltrown of
Bradenton, FL; sister, Audrey
Armstrong of Midland, MI; 6
grandchildren, Joelle
Sanderlin, David Gambino,
Nathan Gambino, Gina Arm-
strong, Kristen Derrico and
Daniel Derrico; 13 great-
grandchildren.
Inverness Chapel of
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Sign the guestbook at
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Leonard 'Dan'
Kubitski, 63
HOMOSASSA
Kubitski, Leonard Daniel
"Dan," 63, passed away sud-
denly at his Homosassa home
Saturday, July 12, 2008.
He is survived by his lov-
ing, devoted wife, Toni, of 39
years; his daughter, Michelle
(Steve) Dillon; his son, Daniel
(Heather) Kubitski; mother,
Helen Kubitski; and six
grandchildren, Thomas,
Sage, Jonathan, Harrison,
Tyler and Patrick
Retired from IBM at age 55,
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aide and adviser for AARP,
Florida certified Master
Gardner and lifelong fisher-
man. He was a wonderful
husband, father and grandfa-
ther, and will be sorely
missed.
Memorial Mass service to
be held Wednesday, July 16,
2008, 10:00 a.m. at St. Thomas
the Apostle Catholic Church,
7040 S. Suncoast Blvd., U.S.
19 S., Homosassa, FL 34446.
In lieu of flowers, memo-
rial contributions can be
made to the American Heart
Association in his honor:
http://honor.americanheart.o
rg/site/TR?pgffind&frid1030.
Sign the guestbook at
www.chronicleonline. com.

John
White, 74
INVERNESS
John E. White, age 74, of In-
verness, died Sunday, July 13,
2008, at the Hospice Care
Unit at Citrus Memorial hos-
pital.
Private cremation arrange-
ments are under the care of
the Chas. E. Davis Funeral
Home with Crematory, Inver-
ness.


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Bronislaw
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FORMER POLISH
FOREIGN MINISTER
WARSAW, Poland Bro-
nislaw Geremek, a key figure
in the Solidarity trade union
that helped topple commu-
nism who went on to become
Poland's foreign minister, has
died. He was 76,
Geremek was killed in a
car accident Sunday, said
Hanna Wachowiak, police
spokeswoman for the
Wielkopolski region.
Geremek had been serving
as a member of European
Parliament since being
elected in 2004. The soft-spo-
ken, urbane Geremek was
highly respected in Poland as
a scholar, statesmen and key
adviser in the Soviet bloc's
first free trade union, Soli-
darity.
In the 1970s, Geremek be-
came a leading figure in
Poland's nascent democratic
opposition movement, push-
ing for more rights and free-
doms from the country's
Moscow-backed communist
regime. He supported the na-
tionwide strikes centered at
the Lenin Shipyard in
Gdansk in August 1980 that
shook communist Poland to
its core and gave birth to Sol-
idarity.
When Poland's communist
leaders declared martial law
iii 1981, Geremek was jailed
along with other leading Sol-
idarity figures including
Lech Walesa, who went on to
serve as Poland's president.

Roy Huffington
PHILANTHROPIST
HOUSTON -Roy M. Huff-
ington, an oilman and philan-
thropist who served as an
ambassador to Austria, has
died. He was 90.
Huffington died Friday
while traveling out of the
country, according to funeral


home George H. Lewis and
Sons.
Huffington founded the
Huffington Foundation,
which donated millions of
dollars to Houston charities,
and also served as the chair-
man of the New York-based
Asia Society for more than
seven years in the 1980s.
Huffington served in the
U.S. Navy during World War
II and upon his return, be-
came a field geologist for
Humble Oil Co. He later es-
tablished his own gas and oil
firm, Huffco.
The company was sold for
roughly $600 million in the
early 1990s, after Huffington
accepted the post as U.S. am-
bassador to Austria.
Huffington and his wife,
who died in 2003, also estab-
lished the Huffington Center
on Aging at the Baylor Col-
lege of Medicine.

Dave Ricketts
FORMER
BASEBALL COACH
PITTSBURGH Dave
Ricketts, the longtime St.
Louis Cardinals coach who
played on the club's 1967
World Series championship
team, has died. He was 73.
Ricketts' family informed
the Cardinals, who were
playing in Pittsburgh, of his
death on Sunday. He had
been battling cancer and liv-
ing in St. Louis.
Ricketts was a reserve
catcher, who played sparingly
for the Cardinals in 1963, '65
and'67 to '69. He was traded
to the Pirates in 1970, his
final season in the majors. He
played 130 major league
games and hit .249 with one
home run.
He became a coach for the
Pirates in 1971. He had two
stints as a Cardinals coach,
first from 1974-75, then from
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MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE) MOST ACTIVE (St on MoE) MOST ACTIVE IS ORMORE Here a the 825 most active stocks on the NewYok Stock Exchange, 765 most active onYT YY PE
Name VollOO) Last Che Name Vol(00) Last Chg Name Vol(OO) Last Cha the Nasdaq National Marketand 116 most active on the American Stock Exchange. Tables Name Dlv Id PE Last Chg %Chg Name Div YId PE Last Chg %Chg
FredMac 2531905 7.11 -.64 SPDR 3078887 122.75 -1.09 PwShsQQQ1657680 44.23 -.33 show name, price and net change.AT& c 1.60 4. 18 20.15 -.52-51.2 Motrot .4 1.7 29 -.10-29.
Cisco2BkofAm 2.56 12.7 8 20.15 -1.52-51.2 Motorola .20 2.9 6.80 -.19 -57.6
WA Mutl 2074144 3.23 -1.72 SPFncl 2330950 17.79 -.95 Cisco 519915 21.30 -.52 Name: Stocks appear alphabetically by the company's full name (not its abbreviation). Names CapCtyBk .74 3.8 11 19.39 -1.36 -31.3 Penney .80 2.7 7 29.47 -1.28 -33.0
FannreMae2053275 9.73 -.52 iShR2Knyal055l4 66.16 -1.11 Microsoft 507907 25.15 -.10
Wachonia 1195802 9.84 -1.5270 ProUtFin 697087 15.65 -1.78 Intel 48009 205.147 -.17 consisting of initials appear at the beginning of each letter's list. Citigrp 1.28 8.4 ... 15.22 -.97 -48.3

Ciigrp 1157723 15.22 -.97 PrUShoQQQ502798 46.665 .75 Orace 86466 20.45 -.51 Last: Price stock was trading at when exchange closed for theday. Disney .35 1.2 13 29.10 -.10 -9.9 ProgrssEn 2.46 6.0 24 41.03 -.40-15.3
23 15.22 -.97 Pr.66 +.75 Oracle 386466 20.45 C.51 hg: Loss or gain for the day. No change indicated by... EKodak .50 3.8 5 13.28 -.22 -39.3 RegionsFn 1.52 21.3 4 7.13 -1.41 -69.9

GAINERS ($2 OR MORE) GAINERS ($2 OR MORE) GAINERS ($2 OR MORE) Stock Footnotes: lcd Issue has been called for redemption by company d New 52-week low. dd Loss In Embarq 2.75 6.4 9 43.29 -.21 -12.6 SearsHIdgs ...... 18 70.79 -.12-30.6
Name Last Chg %Chq Name Last Chi %Chg Name Last Ch9 %Chg ast 12 mos.ec -Company formerly listed on the American Exchanges Emerging Company Marketplaceh- ExxonMbl 1.60 1.9 11 85.42 -.06 -8.8 Smucker 1.28 2.9 15 43.80 +30-14.9
UBS Fdg pfD19.45 +4.40 +29.2 IntelliChk 2.19 +.49 +28.8 CCF Hold 3.35 +1.10 +48.6 temporary exmpt from Nasdaq capital and surplus listing qualification, n- Stock was a new issue in the last FPLGrp 1.78 2.6 19 67.48 -.43 -.4
RepubSvc 31.76 +3.86 +13.8 MAGSIvg 10.02 +1.32 +15.2 QiaoXing 5.12 +1.17 +29.6 year.The 52-weekhighandlow figuresdateonlyfromthe beginningoftrading.pf-Preferredstock issue. pr- FordM ......... 4.66 -.20 -30.8 SprintNex .........8.26 -.17 -37.1
CaptfTrpf 6.53 +.78 +13.6 Maxam 24.75 +3:25 +15.1 Cardiomg 10.37 +2.03 +24.3 Preferences, pp- Holder owes installments of purchase price.rt- Rightto buysecurity at a specifiedprices GenElec 1.24 4.6 13 27.18 -.48 -26.7 TimeWarn .25 1.8 13 13.94 +.16-15.6
QiaoXMob 5.17 +.62 +13.6 UtdCap 23.08 +3.03 +15.1 TOPShp rs 6.31 +1.20 +23.5 Stock has spit by at least 20percentwithinthe lastyear.wi-Tradeswill be settledwhen the stock is issued.0 10.7 938 -62.3 Uniirst .15 .3 14 44.27 -1.15 +1.5
wd When distributed. wt-Warrant, allowing a purchase o a stock u-New 52-week high. un Unitinud GnMotr 1.00 10.7 ... 9.38 -.54-62.3 UniFirst .15 .3 14 44.27 -1.15+16.5
OwensCwtB2.05 +.24 +13.3 MinesMgt 320 +.37 +13.1 Habersh 8.4 +1.48 +21.1 ingmorethan one security. -Company in bankruptcy or receivership, or being reorganized underthe bank- HomeDp .90 4.2 11 21.53 -.05-20.1 VerizonCm 1.72 4.9 18 34.88 -.04-20.2
LOSERS ($2OR RE) LOSERS (2 LOSERS, n E ruptcy law. Appears in front of the name. Intel .56 2.7 18 20.47 -.17-23.2. 94 7074

Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg Name Laost Chg -.Cng" Source:The Associated Press. Sales figures are unofficial, IBM 2.00 1.6 16 121.54 .58 +12.4Wachvia 1 15 5
im Lowes .34 1.8 11 19.00 +.10 -16.0 WalMart .95 1.7 17 5631 2 .02 +184.
WAMupfK 5.90 -3.35 -36.2 VimetXnh 2.49 -.81 -24.5 StdiFWA 2.53 -1.02 -28.7 M.4cDns 1.50 2.6 27 58.09 +.77 -1.4Walgrn .45 1.4 15 32.50 -.22-1487
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WA Mut 3.23 -1.72 -34.7 Centrpltun 2.11 -.34 -13.9 ZjonBcp 19.73 -5.96 -23.2
ColonBc38n10.52 -5.56 -34.6 Aerocntry 11.13 -1.35 -10.8 ETradeun 4.10 -1.10 -21.2
ColCappfB 8.60 -3.30 -27.7 Protalix 2.72 -.33 -10.8 VineydNB 2.23 -.59 -20.9
NatCitypfC 9.50 -3.50 -26.9 Jinpan 28.18 -3.36 -10.7 LandBncp 15.89 -4.11 -20.5


815 Advanced
2,434 Declined
51 Unchanged
3,300 Total issues
14 New Highs
677 New Lows
5,294,585,160 Volume


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5"8 Advanced
954 Declined
101 Unchanged
1,633 Total issues
23 New Highs
194 New Lows
1,426,555,028 Volume


851
2,062
120
3,033
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366
2,004,052,291


52-Week
High Low Name
14,198.10 10,977.68Dow Jones Industnals
5,536.57 4,032.88Dow Jones Transportation
555.71 460.68Dow Jones Utilities
10,387.17 8,251.02NYSE Composite
2,562.20 1,476.91Amex Index
2,861.51 2,155.42Nasdaq Composite
1,576.09 1,225.35S&P 500
856.48 643.28Russell 2000
15,938.99 12,470.56DJ Wilshire 5000


Net % YTD% 52-wk
Last Chg Chg Chg % Chg
11,055.19 -45.35 -.41 -16.66 -20.76
4,728.49 -48.25 -1.01 +3.46 -12.09
511.92 -5.95 -1.15 -3.87 +.88
8,287.76 -59.48 -.71 -14.91 -18.65
2,159.72 +12.25 +.57 -10.37 -9.62
2,212.87 -26.21 -1.17 -16.57 -17.96
1,228.30 -11.19 -.90 -16.35 -20.73
664.50 -10.45 -1.55 -13.25 -21.68
12,517.77 -117.66 -.93 -15.54 -20.04


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Name Last Chg


ABB Ltd 27.21 +.59
ACE Ltd 49.22 -.08
AESCorp 17.35 -.24
AFLAC 60.16 -.56
AGLRes 33.62 -.18
AK Steel 54.07 -.68
AMBPr 46.91 -1.79
AMR 4.47 -.28
ASALtd 86.38 +2.17
AT&TIlnc 32.37 -.21
AUOptron 13.62 -.53
AXA 28.43 +.20
AaronR 23.71 +.21
&btLab 56.22 -.21
AberFitc 54.48 +1.87
Acoenlure 39.24 +.17
AdamsEx 11.40 -.05
AdvAuto 38.01 +1.20
AMD 4.82 -.02
Aegon 12.35 -.12
Aeropst6s 30.77 +.52
Aetna 36.38 +.15
Agilent 35.14 -.55
Agniog 9 79.02 +3.44
Agrum g 104.28 +2.81
AlrProd 96.35 -.26
AirTran 1.3 -.32
AlskAir 10.93 -.87
AlcatelLuc 5,35 -.03
Alcoa 34.94 +.30
AllgEngy 47.30 -1.06
AllegTch 55.21 +4.86
Allergan 51.96 +.19
Allete 42.20 -.73
AlliBGIbHi 11.89 -.20
AlliBlnco 8.03 -.02
AlliBem 44.86 -1.32
AlliedCap 11.45 -.52
AldWaste 11.79 -.20
Allstate 43.53 -.62
AlphaNRs 98.72 +1.92
Alpharma 22.71 -.16
Altrias 20.97 -.29
AmbacF 1.59 -.12
Amdocs 28.65 -.83
Ameren 40.83 -.19
AMoviIL 50.16 -.04
AmAsJe 6.01 -.47
AEagleOut 12.41 +.28
AEP 39.63 -.49
AmExp 37.51 -1.70
AmlntUGp 22.55 -.53
AmSIP3 9.50 -.20
AmTower 39.87 -.18
Amerledt 7.05 -.39
Amergas 30.28 -.53
Amenprise 37.20 -1.91
Anadarko 70.10 +.98
AnalogDev 30.00 -.34
AnglogdA 34.00 +.90
Anheusr 66.87 +.37
AnnTaylr 21.22 +.22
Annaly 14.55 +.26
Anworth 6.87 +.53
Aon Corp 45.41 -.39
Apache "1243 +.34'
Aptlnv -31.61 .-1.74
ApplBio 33.64 -.22
AquaAm 14.73 -.37
Aquila 4.04 +.10
ArcelorMit 87.67 -1.11
ArchCoal 66.01 -.65
ArchDan 29.80 -.49
ArvMerit 10.78 -.32
AshfordHT 3.60 -.20


Ashland 41.12
AsdEstat 11.19
Assurant 67.74
AssuredG 14.90
AstoriaF 17.40
ATMOS 2626
AtwoodOcs 54.61
AutoNatn 8.10
AutoIv 42.16
AutoData 40.95
AvalonBay 84.16
AvisBudget 4.76
Avon 35.29
BB&TCp 20.88
BHP BillU 77.15
BJ Svc s 30.45
BJs WhIs 39.60
BMC Sft 35.88
BPPLC 64.32
BRT 11.61
BaOkHu 82.51
BallCp 45.33
BcBilVArg 17.99
BcoBrads 19.83
Becoltaus 19.49
BcoSantand 17.65
BcpSouth 16.09
BkofAmn 20.15
BkHl-waii 39.66
BkNYMel 34.44
BankAe tA .90
Barclay 21.02
BarrPhm 44.83
SarickG' 50.39
Baxter 64.88
BaytexEg 31.82
BeazerHm 3.92
BectDck 79.79
Belo s 6.44
BestBuy 37.32
BigLots 27.13
BkHiisCp 32.31
BlkDebtStr 4,92
BkFLO08 14.68
Blackstone 14.81
BlockHR 22.19
BtodbLstr 2.32
BlueChp 4.16
Boeing 63.19
Borders 4.32
BostBeer 41.32
BostProp 89.33
BostonSd 12.44
BoydGm 8.91
Brandyw 13.67
Brinker 17.11
BrMySq 21.10
Brookdale 15.44
BrklldPrp 17.04
Brunswick 9.66
BungeLt 96.95
BorgerKng 26.20
BudiNSF 94,67
CBRElis 17.38
CBLAsc 19.39
CBSB 16.86
CFInds 165.09
CHEngy 36.81
-CIGNA 34.45
'CITGp 6.15
CMS Eng 13.94
CSS Inds 24.75
CSX 60.35
CVSCare 38.38
CablvsnNY 19.48
CabotO&G 60.55
CallGolf 11.51
Calpinen 18.65
Cameogs 42.14


Cameron s 52.75 +1.38
CampSp 34.90 +.05
CdnNRyg 46.53 -.62
CdnNRsg 96.12 +4.68
CapOne 35.70 -2.86
CapitlSrce 10.03 -.49
CapMpfB 12.30 -.20
CapsteadM 11.64 +.74
CardnilHth 50.94 -.56
CarMax 11.77 -.21
Carnival 29.97 -.32
Caterpillar 69.67 -.14
Celanese 45.41 +.34
Cemex 21.79 -.44
Cemig pf 25.37 +.77
CenterPnt 15.71 -.23
Cenlex 12.00 -.50
CnlryTel 34.76 +.21
ChmpE 4.59 -.08
Checkpnt 19.24 -.81
Chemtura 5.39 -.10
ChosEng 63.00 -.52
Chevron 92.80 +.55
Chios 4.49 -.38
Chinalfe 53.46 -.14
ChinaMble 66.01 -.02
Chipooe 70.00 -2.61
Chubb 46.84 -.72
CincBell 4.00 -.06
CircCity 1.99 -.26
CiladlBr .83
Clgrp 15.22 -.97
CitzComm 11.45 -.01
CityNC 37.60 -3.48
ClearChCm 35.39 -.03
ClevClfs 113.44 +4.03
Clorox 52.96 +.71
Coach 25.40 +.64
CocaCE 16.42 +.06
CocaCI 50.96 +.69
Coeur 2.58 +.02
ColgPal 68.96 -.23
CollctvBrd 9.16 -.10
ColBgp 3.36 -.68
Comedca 21.44 -2.41
CmdMts 32.65 -.94
CVRDs 31.75 +.24
CVRDpfs 27.59 +.92
CompPrdS 36.56 +.46
CompSsd 44.39 -1.99
ComskRsl 86.70 +1.27
Con-Way 44.64 -.91
ConAgra 21.10 +.14
ConocPhll 88.47 +.34
ConsolEngy 101.95 +1.65
ConEd 38.24 -.53
ConstellA 20.84 +.03
ConstellEn 78,57 -.96
CIdAirB 6,74 -.54
ContlRes 81.60 +1.58
Cnvrgys 14.31 -.10
Cooper Ind 39.14 -.46
Coming 19.82 -.48
Coelden 48.62 -.24
CredSulss 40.12 -1.19
CwnCstle 35.58 -.41
Cummins s 67.32 +1.37


DCTIndl 7.82 -.30
DNPSelct 10.27 -.16
DPL 26.56 -.16
OR Horton 9.57 -.05
DTE 43.13 -.58
Dalmler 59.26 -.66
Danaher 75.28 +.21
Darden 29.38 +.17
Darling 16.76 -.07


DeanFds 18.45
Deeres 67.30
DeltaAir 4.64
Denburys 34.77
DevDv 28.63
DevonE 111.11
DiaOffs 134.90
DicksSptg 15.65
Dillards 8.24
Discover 12.93
Disney 29.10
DollarTh 2.70
DomRess 45.99


Domtargff 4.69
DonlleyRR 27,22
Dover 46.11
DowChm 31.40
DowneyFn 1.28
DuPont 40.98
DukeEngy 17.20
DukeRlty 21.50
DYne 7.79
ECTp 12.65
EOG Res 119.04
EastChm 66.91
EKodak 13.28
Eaton 79.89
EatnVan 32.86
Ecolab 43.35
Edisonlnt 50.51
EPasoCp 19.71
Ban 34.02
EDS 24.60
Embarq 43.29
EmersonEI 49.85
EmpDist 19.25
Emulex 10.32
EnbrEPtrs 47.39
EnCana 86.13
EgEast 24.70
ro 35.08
ENSCO 77.77
Energy 118.73
EqtRes 64.11


EqtyRsd 38.44 -.83
EsteeLdr 42.80 -.09
Exelon 88.39 -2.16
ExxonMbl 85.42 -.06
FMCCps 68.29 -1.16
FMCTchs 74.95 +1.33
FPLGrp 67.48 -.43
FairchldS 11.06 -.15
FamilyDIr 22.51 -.06
FannieMae 9.73 -.52
FMaepfS 16.40 -.17
FMae cvpf 23.70 +1.73
FedExCp 73.12 -.82


FedSignl 11.19 -.27
Fedlnvst 30.91 -.66
FelCor 7.52 -.65
Ferrellgs 19.22 -.14
Ferro 19.25 -.19
dFidlNn 12.63 -.55
RdNInfos 20.37 -.43
FstAmCp 22.22 -.82
FstRnFd 7.10 -.09
FstHodzon 5.04 -1.66
FstMarblhd 1.87 -.17
FTActDvn 14.70 -.10
FtTrEnEq 12.64
FstFed 3,99 -.92
FrstEngy 82.41 -.80
FootLockr 11.72 -.30
FordM 4.66 -.20
FrdgCCTg 83.24 +1.86
ForestLab 35,35 -.03
FortuneBr 53.77 -.31
FdtnCoal 79.11 +1.21
FrankRes 84.34 -4.06
FredMac 7.11 -.64
FredMacpfZ 16.69 -31
FMCG 109.71 +1.97


GATX 41.92 -.71
GabelliET 7.57 -.11
GabHithW 5.95 -.02


GabUlil
GameStop
Gannett
Gap
GaylrdEnt
Genentch
GenDynam
GenBec
GnGrthPrp
GenMills
GnMotr
GMdb32B
GMdb33


9.36 -.05
40.27 +.99
17.61 -.16
15.37 +.12
21.35 -.24
75.39 -2.36
81.69 +.64
27.18 -.48
28.61 -1.39
63.24 +.10
9.38 -.54
12.30 -.05
11.96 +.04


Genworth 15.94
GaPw8-44 25.31
Gerdau s 22.33
GlaxoSKIn 46.79
GolUnhas 8.12
GoldFUd 12.59
Goldcrpg 51.06
GoldmanS 158.67
Goodrich 43.59
GoodrPet 71.69
Goodyear 16.58
Graffech 23.38
GIPlaJnEn 26.10
Greenhill 48.49
Gdiffon 8.91
GuangRy 23.83
HCC Ins 19.84
HCP Inc 31.14
HRPT Prp 6.62
HSBC 73.23
Hallibrtn 49.19
HanJS 11.73
HanPtDv2 8.28
Hanesbrds 23.12
Hanoverlns 39.09
HareyD 33.07
HarmonyG 12.51
HartfdFn 56.60
Hasbro 34.97
HawaiiEl 23.95
HItCrREIT 44.12


HItMgmt 6.01
HlthcrRlly 24.41
HeclaM 9.64
Heinz 48.93
HelixEn 37.84
HellnTel 11.96
Hercules 20.52
Hertz 6.14
Hess 111.25
HewlettP 41.79
HighwdPrp 30.21
HomeDp 21.53
Honwlllnt] 49.48


HospPT 21.13 -1.60
HostHols 11.14 -.87
HovnanE 4.95 +.14
Humana 37.93 +.66
Huntsmn 11.69 -.34
IlAMGIdg 6.39 +.26
ICICI Bk 26.29 -.32
IMS HIth 21.02 -.29
ING 30.17 -,57
IStar 9.69 -1.22
ITTCorp 60.04
Idacorp 29.62 -.32
Idearc 1.59 -.06
ITW 45.90 +.30
Imation 20.12 -.22
Infineon 7.17 +.13
IngerRd 35.01 +.28
IntegrysE 51.98 -24
IntcntlEx 85.11 -3.29
Intermec 17.00 -.58
IBM 121.54 -.58
InllCoal 11.17 -.14
IntlGame 23.52 -.37
IntPap 22.24 +.24
Interpublic 7.38 -.25
IntPotashn 60.21 +4.01
Invesco 20.93 -.97
IronMtn 24.82 -.43

JPMorgCh 31.69 -1.47


Jabil 14.95 -.01
JackBoxs 19.00 +.24
JacobsEng 78.78 +.70
JanusCap 22.69 -1.07
Jarden 17.45 +.16
Jefferies 15.19 -.06
JohnJn 66.41 +.15
JohnsnClls 28.51 +.17
KB Home 14.49 -.30
KBR Inc 30.50 -.20
KC Southn 43.49 -.39
Kaydon 51.59 -.15
Kellogg 50.55 -.32
KeyEngyn 18.94 +.48
Keycorp 8.77 -1.07
KimbClk 58.80 -.52
Kimco. 30.99 -1.63
KindME 56.82 -.09
KinetcC 41.35 +1.46
KingPhrm 10.80 -.13
Kinrossg 24.50 +1.19
Kohls 38.30 -.81
Kraft 29.27 +.34
KdspKrm 4.43 -.34
Kroger 2853 -.34
LDK Solar 36.34 +2.27
LLE Roy If 2.20 -.02
LSI Corp 5.87 +.03
LTC Prp 26.54 -.33
LaZBoy 6.26 -.22
Laclede 40.25 +.13
LVSands 33.55 -.54
LaSalleH 21.10 -1.50
LeggMason 30.65 -2.84
LeggPlat 14.56 -28
LehmanBr 12.40 -2.03
LennarA 10.24 -.07
LeucNatl 42.70 -.86
Lexmark 30.28 -.37
LbtyASG 4.39 +.03
UbIProp 31.88 -1.23
UfeTFit 29.99 -.84
UllyEli 48.01 +.34
Limited 15.15 +.16
LincNat 43.33 -2.00
Undsay 76.82 -.55
UzClaib 11.76 +.32
LockhdM 101.99 -.69
Loews 44.78 -.58
Lorillard 70.93 +.43
LaPac 8.04 +.40
Lowes 19.00 +.10
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55.54 +.04
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6.18 -.03
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MasterCrd 257.50
MaterialSci 7.59
Mattel 17.14
McDermls 57.79
McDnlds 58.09
McGrwH 36:07
McAfee 31.25
Mechel s 46.50
MedcoHIts 46.94
Medtmic 51.86
Merck 36.87
MerrillLyn 25.88
MetLife 50.10
MelroPCS 15.76
MicronT 5.28
MidAAplt 53.06
Midas 15.80
Millipore 66.50
Mirant 35.18
MitsuUFJ 8.98
MolCoorB s 55.42
Monsanto 119.29
Moodys 31.17
MorgStan 31.75
MSEmMkt 17.20
Mosaic If 145.69
Motorola 6.80
MurphO 89.75
Mylan 11.89
NCRCps 25.44
NRG Egy 38.78
NYMEX 66.76
NYSE Eur 41.01
Nabom 46.03
NatCity 3.77
NatFuGas 58.10
NatGrid 65.66
NOilVarcs 87.59
NatSemi 20.57
NewAm 1.54
NJ Rscss 32.95
NYCmIyB 16.16
NY Times 13.21
NewellRub 15.44
NewmtM 51.92
NwpkRslf 7.16
NewsCpA 14.19
NewsCpB 14.42
Nexen g 37.52
NiSource 17.49
Nier 39.03
NikeB 55.81
99 Cents 5.91
NobleCp s 60.03
NobleEn 90.45
NoldaCp 24.97
Nordstrm 27.35
NorlkSo 61.23
Nortellfrs 8.45
NoestUt 25.09
NorthropG 65.15
NwstAir 5.50
NSTAR 32.70
Nucor 64.33
NvFL 12.19
NvIMO 12.68
NvMulSI&G 8.46
NuvQPi2 8.34
OGE Engy 31.82
OcoiPet 84.06
OfficeDpt 6.33
OfficeMax 1I.32
OldNBcp 12.75
OldRepub 9.60
Olin 25.52
Omncre 25.15
Omnicom 40.80
ONEOKPt 55.32
OshkoshCp 16.98


OwensCom 21.00 +.99
Owensll 42.16 +2
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PG&ECp
PMIGrp
PNC
PNM Res
PPG
PPL Corp
PackAmer
Pactv
ParkDri
PeabdyE
Pengrthg
PennVaRs
PennWstg
Penney
Penske
PepBoy
PepooHold
PepsiBoft
PepsiCo
PepsiAmer
PerkElm
Prmian '
Petrohawk
PebbrsAs
Petrobrs s
PtroqstE
Pfizer
PhilMorn
PledNG
Pier I
PilgdrimsPr
PimcoStrat
PinndEnt
PlainsEx
PlumCrk
Polaris
PoloRL
PostPrp
Potash
Praxair
PrecCastpt
Prldelntd
PrinFnd
ProctGam
ProgrssEn
ProgsvCp
ProLogis
ProsStHiln
ProvETg
Prudent
PSEG s
PSEG pfA
PubStrg
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Pu teH
PPrIT
QlmodaAG
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64.91 +.25
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41.50 +3.13
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26.66 -.32
228.51 +7.13
91.51 +.05
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2938 -.51
68.00 +.46
3.69 -.08
6.68 -.29
1.68 -.16
20.26 -.06


RadianGrp .90 -.20
RadioShk 12.09 -.43
Raloorp 51.66 +1.45
RangeRs 65.60 +2.43
RJamesFn 23.85 -2.03
Rayonier 41.79 -.72
Raytheon 56.67 -.37
Rtylnco 22.00 -1.60
RedHat 19.36 -.36
RegalEnt 15.30 +.09
RegionsFn 7.13 -1.41
ReliantlEn 18.74 -.39
ReneSolan 15.44 +.42
Repsol 35.88 -.34
RepubSvc 31.76 +3.86
ResMed 36.23 -1.52
RetailVent 3.54 -.07
Revlon h .70 -.05
RiteAid 1.01 -.02
RobtHal 22.83 -.24
RockwlAut 41.77 +.12
RockColl 47.23 +.07
RoHaas 73.35 -1.35
Rowan 43.45 +.90
RoyaiBkg 40.97 -129
RBSooldn 3.59 -.24
RylCarb 19.77 -.17
RoyDShlA 76.23 -1.33
Royce 14.16 -.03
RoycepfB 21.88 -.42
Ryder 64.88 -.93
Ryland 21.75 -.15

SAIG 20.43 -.30
SAPAG 51.41 -.47
SCANA 36.41 -.43
SKTlcm 21.09 -.38
SLMCp 15.56 -.43
STMicro 10.18 +.03
Safeco 61.60 -4.62
Safeway 28.65 -.44
SUoe 31.91 -.95
StJude 42.92 +.91
Saks 9.63 -.04
SallyBtyn 7.01 +.16
SJuanB 42.51 +21
Sanofi 35.15 +.15
SaraLee 12.56 +.12
Satyam 22.54 -.53
SchergP I 21:.38 +.10
Schlmbrg 101.79 +2.63
TScrimEs 3.39 +.18
SeagateT 17.07 +.07
SempraEn 55.84 -.06
Senslent 29.49 -.51
ServiceCp 9.39 +.24
ShawGrp 61;59 +1.64
Sherwin 45.06 -2.13
SiderNacs 39.88 +.52
SlerrPac 12.19 -.22
SilvWhtng 15.51 +.43
SimonProp 83.13 -3.21
SixRags .77 -.11
Skechers 19.10 -.18
SmIthAO 33.20 +20
Smithlnt] 80.85 +3.07
SmfithF 19.30 +.83


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Name Last Chg EVInMu2 13.04 -.13
EldorGId g 8,73 +.17
El"swthFd 7.17 -02
AdmRsc 34.40 +.35 RFlaPUtl 11.85 +04
Aurzong 5.13 +21
BMB Munai 5.97 -.03
BarcGSOil 86.83 -07 GamGIdg 10.60 +.40
CFCdag 14.38 +41 GoldStrg 2.52 +.02
CheniereEn 3.40 GreyWolf 8.92 -.05
Crystallxg .95 +03 iSAstla nya 25.45 +.19
CurEuroa 1599 -.05 iShBraznya 82.58 +.94
iSCan nya 32.04 +.17
iShEMUnya 93.58 -.37
DJIADiam 110.43 -.65 iShGernya 28.56 -.05
DBGIdDLnya 25.04 +.47 iShHKnya 16.27 -.17-


iShJapnnya 12.07
iSh Kornya 49.24
iSMalasnya 10.11
iShMexnya 52.95
iShSingnya 12.28
iSTaiwn nya 13.33
iShUKnya 19.60
iShSilver 189.35
iShSPI00cbo 56.37
iShCh25nya 131.76
iShDJTrnya 64.36
iSSP500nya 123.10
iShEMkt nya 128.90
iSSPGth nya 61.74
iSSPVal nya 60.38


iSh20Tnya 92.97
iS Eafe nya 65.56
iShNqBio 80.36
iShC&SRI nya 69.88
iSR1KVnya 64.95
iSRIKGnya 53.30
iSRuslK nya 67.31
iSR2KV nya 60.87
iSR2KG nya 73.58
iShR2Knya 66.16
iShREstnya 56.82
iShDJHm nya 12.81
iShFnSvnya 59.86
iShFnScnya 60.67
iShDJBkr nya 28.53


iShSPSm nya 57.82 -.56
iShBasMnya .79.88 +.24
IntellgSys 3.26
initerOl 29.50 I.96

MktVGold 50.84 +2.13
MkIV Agrn 57.90 +.25
Merrimac 5.16
MetroHIth 1.74 -.11
NthgtMg 2.71 +.06
NovaGldg 8.26 +.72
OilSvHT 209.93 +4.67
Oilsandsg 5.80 -.14
On2 Tech I .52 +.07


PSAgri 39.31
PwSCInEn 18.39
PwSWtr 19.77
PrUShS&P 72.50
ProUlDow 57.39
PrUIShDow 68.12
PrUShMC 62.09
ProUltQQQ 69.75
PrUShQQQ 46.66
ProUltSP 56.39
PrUShCh25 82.55
PrUItSEMn 83.20
ProUShtRE 115.75


ProUShOG 30.02 -.43
ProUShtFn 191.91 +17.80
ProUShtBM 31.69 -.22
ProUltRE 24.04 -1.76
ProUltO&G 106.33 +1.70
ProUiRFin 15.65 -1.78
ProUSR2K 64.24 +2.50
ProUIItR2K 43.43 -1.64
RegBkHT 77.79 -6.06
RetailHT 85.50 -.35

SpdrGold nya 95.91 +.75
SpdrHome 14.67 -.07
SpdrKbwBk 24.50 -2.50


SpdrKbw RB 23.35
SpdrRetl 27.20
SpdrOGEx 64.67
SpdrMetM 86.37
SemiHTr 28.00
Signalfeh .15
SPDR 122.75
SPMid 141.55
SP Mats 39,.75
SPHIthC 31.01
SPCnSt 27.05
SPConsum 26.68
SP Engy 82.64
SPFnd 17.79
SPInds 33.14


SPTech 22.04 -.22
SP UBl 39.91 -.57
Tengsoo 2.70 -.08
USNGsFd 56.18 +.53
USOilFd 117.48 +.24


VangTSMs 61.49 -.61
VangValu 53.44 -.74
VangREIT 54.55 -2.06
VangEmgs 44.26 -.01
VangMat 85.73 +.05
Westmnd 22.61 +.56
WilshrEnt 3.71 -.07


NASDAQ -NATIONALMARKE


Name Last Chg


A-Powern 2688 -1.65
ACMooreIf 6.00 +.04
ADCTelr 13.45 -.46
AMAGPh 34.39 -.57
APP Phm 23.66 -.31
ASML HId 22.89 +.21
ATMI Inc 22.92 -4.40
ATPO&G 35.18 -.04
ATS Med 2.41 +.10
Aasbrom .36 +.00
Abaxis 22.44 -.17
AcadiaPh 3.20 -.08
Acuray 6.91 -.23
Acergy 17.89 -.08
AcmePkth 4.41 -.28
AcordaTh 32.55 -.31
AcivsnBIz 32.94 +.39
Actuate 3.81 -.07
Acusphereh .55 -.03
Acxiom 11.31 -.70
Adaptec 3.33 +.02
AdobeSy 38.38 -.86
AdolorCp 4.89 +.03
Adtran 24.77 -.59
AdvATech 4.36 -.34
AdvBattn 5.35 -.11
AdvEnId 12.63 -.30
AdvantaA 5.39 -.08
AdvantaB 6.21 -.24
Affymetrix 9.36 +.05
AkamaiT 30,68 -.50
AkeenaSn 4.68 +.18
AlaskCom 12.11 -.11
Aldilas 4.66 -.28
AlexBld 43.72 -1.42
Alexion 74.81 -1.09
AlignTech 10.51 -.17
Alkerm 13.73 +.01
AllosThera 7.96 +.21
Allscipts 13.17 -.17
AlnylamP 27.87 -1.09
AlteraCp If 19.01 -.18
Alvarion 5,79 -.33
Amazon 66.28 -2.26
AmcorF 3.82 -.32
Amedisys 55.66 +2.15
AmerBioh .42 -.01
AmCapLtd 19.29 -1.73
ACmclUn 8.79 -.27
AmEcol 30.46 +2.44
AmerMed 14.19 -.25
AmSupr 32.15 -.09
AmCasino 11.77 -.64
Amgen 50.99 -.03
AmkorT If 8.56 +.04
Amylin 24.67 -.96
Anadigc 8.10 -1.52
Anlogic 63.66 -1.01
Analysts 1.39 +.02
AngloAm 29.60 +.54
Ansys 42.08 -.75
ApolloGrp 52.86 -2.26
Apollolnv 13.61 -.39
Apple Inc 173.88 +1.30
ApkdMati 17.77 -.14
AMCCrs 7.72 -.21
ArchCap 64.47 -.23
ArenaPhm 5.73 -.27
AresCap 9.50 -.38
AriadP 2.27 -.20
Anbalnc 14.92 +.29
ArkBest 35.38 -.21
ArmHId 5.40 +.05
Arris 7.55 -.20
ArtTech 3.17 -.06
ArthroCr 37.20 -.81
ArubaNet 4.29 -.21
Asialnfo 11.33 -.54
AsscdBanc 15.26 -2.14
Atheros 31.26 +.62
AtlasAm s 42.91 +.38
Atmel 3.43 -.01
Audvox 7.57 -.42
AuthenTec 9.58 +.39


Aulodesk 33.30
Auxilium 35.65
Avanex .86
AvidTch 17.02
AvoctCp 22.79
Aware 2.70
Axcelis 4.82
AxsysTech 56.78
BEAero 21.93
BGCPFrs 5.86
BOK 43.20
Baldu.com 291.40
BkOzarks 17,20
BnkUtd .66
Bankrate 25.30
BareEscent 15.36
BeaconPw 1.30
BeacnRfg 10.06
BeasleyB 4.18
BebeStrs 9.17
BedBath 26.98
Bidz.com 11.09
Biogenldc 61.02
BioMarin 27.82
Biopurersh .47
Bickbaud 19.44
BlueCoats 12.52
BlueNile 35.84
BobEvn 26.40
BonTon 4.86
BostPrv 5.42
BrigExp 16.04
Brightpnt 6.70
Broadcom 27.77
BrcdeCm 8.23
BrklneB 9.27
BrooksAuto 7.68
BrukerCp 12.39
Bucyrusos 67.47
BuflaloWW/ 25.30
CAInc 22.15
CBRLGrp 19.39
CDCCpA 2.28
CH Robins 54.62
CMEGrp 295.64
CMGIrs 10.81
CSG Sys 12.76
CTC Media 22.05
tVThera 8.03
CVB Fnd 7.89
Cadence 9.59
Cal-Maine 34.99
CalifPizza 11.35
CdnSolar 38.39
CapellaEd 55.68
CapCtyBk 19.39
CpstnTrb 3.50
Cardiomg 10.37
CareerEd 14.45
Carrizo 63.96
CarverBcp 8.30
CathayGen 10.93
CaviumNet 17.16
Celgene 71.03
CellGens 2.63
CentlCom 5.96
Centillmh .73
CentEuro 75.09
CEurMed 81.59
CentGardP 4.68
CentAl 63.76
Cephin 70.14
Cephekid 29.02
Ceradyne 38.05
CeragonN 6.60
Cemer 44.01
CharRsse 15.48
ChrmSh 4.42
ChartCom .99
Chattem 61.67
ChkPoint 23.19
Cheesecake 14.90
ChildPlace 34.34
ChinaArch n 8.20
ChinaPSt 4.09
ChinaSun 7.51
ChrchllD 33.35
CienaCorp 20.80


CinnFin 22.38 -.91
Cintas 25.44 -.29
Cirrus 4.62 -.18
Cisco 21.30 -.52
ClizRep 2.07 -.15
CitixSys 26.75 -1.21
CleanEngy 12.25 -.67
CleanH 74.29 +1.fO0
Clearwire 10.15 -.59
CogTechs 28.14 -.02
CogoGrp 4.39 -.11
ColdwtrCrk 4.94 +.08
ColBnkg 11.17 +.29
ColSprtw 33.72 -,47
Comarco 3.20 ...
Comcast 18.29 -.20
Comcspd 18.13 -.21
CmcBMO 37.80 -1.38
CommSys 10.90 +.03
CommVIt 15.79 -.52
CompCrd 5.76 -.17
Compuwre 9.41 -.11
ConcurTch 29.96 -1.45
Conexantrs 4.73 -.01
Conmed 27.75 +.02
Copart 42.73 -.21
CornthC 11.89 +.08
CorusBksh 3.34 -.16
Costoo 69.57 -.26
CredSys 1.37 +.02
Cree nc 19.85 -.68
Crocs 7.39 -.40
Ctrip.coms 41.75 +79
CubistPh 19.44 +.05
CumMed 2.60 -.13
Curis 1.63 +.08
CybrSrce 13.35 -.92
Cymer 26.53 -.13
CvIRx. .52 +.09

Daktronics 17.27 -1.50
DataDom 20,07 -.18
DayStar 3.48 -.22
DealrTrk 15.35 -.07
DeckOut 111.50 -1.35
DellInc 22.20 -.11
DItaPtr 23.72 -.74
Dndreon 4.67 -.16
Dennys 2.30 -.19
Dentsply 36.54 -1.00
DiamMgmt 4.98 -.62
Digimarc 13.74 -.64
DigitAngel .58 -.08
DigRiver 38.13 -.66
Diodes s 24.60 -.03
DirecTV 25.49 +.02
DiscHoldA 21.16 +.52
DiscvLabs 1.58 -.03
DishNetwk 26.69 -.29
DlIrTree 33.39 -.78
DoublTake 11.62 -1.57
DressBamrn 12.79 -.29
DryShips 74.41 -.85
DynMatl 29.75 +.33
Dynavax 1.59 +.09
ETrade 2.46 -.26
eBay 27.49 -.52
eHealth 13.90 -1.40
eResrch 17.06 -.52
ev3 Inc 9.15 -.10
EagleBulk 27.41 -.83
ErthLink 8.18 -.18
EstWstBcp 7.38 -.68
EchelonC 12.58 +1.46
Edipsys 17.58 -.23
EduDv 5.20 +.31
ElectSd 14.04 -.42
ElectArts 44.34 +.24
Emcore 4.91 -.18
EncorW 22.30 -.39
EndoPhrm 24.19 -.38
EnerNOC 20.74 +1.89
EngyConv 68.04 +.82
EngyXXI n 5.73 +.06
Entegris 6.31 -.32
EntreMd h .46 -.05
EpicorSft 6.91 -.01


Equinix 84.39 -1.17 IAC Inter 17.62 +.68 MKS Inst 23.09
EricsnTels 10.59 -.31 IdexxLabs 49.31 -.75 MRVCm 1.08
Esmarkn 19.16 -.01 IPCHold 26.98 -1.02 MTS 36.50
EwgrSIr 9.16 +.29 iPass 1.64 +.01 MacrvsnSol 14.23
ExactSd .78 -.46 iShACWIn 47.31 -.19 Magma 6.07
Excrrch 30.20 -.14 IconixBr 11.11 -.61 Martek 35.66
Exelbds 5.47 +.06 Illumina 83.82 -1.20 MarveilT 15.09
ExideTc 14.23 -.38 Imdone 40,09 -.31 Masimon 35.56
Expedia 18.15 +.20 Immersn 6.00 -.23 Mattson 4.61
ExpdIntl 41.48 +.03 Immucor 27.11 -.11 MaxwIlT 11.11
ExpScrpts 63.47 +.44 Imunmd 2.57 +.37 Medarex 7.84
ExtrmNet 2.76 -.02 Incyte 8.29 +.16 MedicActn 10.30
Ezcorp 16.13 -.23 IndevusPh 1.67 -.07 MediCo 19.87
F5Netwks 32.02 -1.42 Infinera 8.13 -.62 MedisTech 3.44
FCStones 14.01 -1.24 Informal 15.57 -.50 Me;coCrwn 6.78
FEICo 23.54 +.30 InfosysT 37.15 -.99 MentGr 15.30
FUR Syss a 42.00 -.55 Insmed h .48 +.04 MercadoL n 30.54
FalconStor 6.01 ... Insteel 20.00 +.45 MeritMed 17.83
Fastenal 44.65 +.68 IntgDv 9.39 -.25 MesaAirhif .30
FidNasdldx 868.99 -.95 Intel 20.47 -.17 Methanx 26.31
FifthThird 11.16 -1.32 InteractBrk 28.95 -1.05 Micrel 9.04
Fndlnst 15.07 -.56 Intactint 7.55 +.01 Microchp 29.09
Rnisar 1.24 -.03 InterDig 18.22 -.36 MicrosSyss 29.04
FinUne 9.18 -.09 Intiface 11.90 -.19 MicroSemi 23.67
FstCashFn 18.02 +.21 InterMune 14.53 +.79 Microsoft 25.15
FMidBc 14.78 -1.86 IntlBcsh 20.14 -1.25 Microtune 2.68
FstNiagara 12.61 -.83 IntlSpdw 36.21 -.25 MiddleBrk 1.66
FslSolar 285.96 +6.86 Intersil 24.26 +.52 MillerHer 24.23
FstStBcp 4.20 -.08 Intervoice 6.50 -.04 MIlllcom 94.94
FstMerit 14.67 -1.16 IntrgnTh 1.20 -.29 .Misonix 2.83
Rserv 46.61 -.39 Intuit 26.54 -.07 Molex 22.95
Flextm 8.89 +.05 IntSurg 271.79 +1.81 MonPwSys 23.18
Rowint 6.09 -.29 inVenty 25.14 -1.19 MonstrWw 17.52
FocusMda 23.98 +.44 InvBncp 12.74 -.41 MorgHti 11.02
ForcePro 3.14 -.28 Invitrogns 40.10 +.15 MoveInc 2.14
FormFac 18.08 -.41 Isis 14.53 -.28 MyriadGn 57.82
Fossil Inc 23.55 +.50 IsleCapr 4.53 -.01 NABI Bio 4.30
FosterWhs 64.20 +.74 Itron 88.60 -3.38 NETgear 13.09
FoundryN 11,61 -.18 IvanhoeEn 2.92 -.02 NIIHIdg 44.12
Fredslnc 11.99 -.46 NPSPhm 5.22
FrontFnd 8.85 -1.27 Napster 1.08
FuelSysSol 33.82 +.43 j2Global 21.30 -.40 NaraBncp 10.17
FuelTech 17.32 -.85 JASolars 16.49 +.85 NasdOMX 24.17
Fue[Cell 6.94 -.06 JDSUniph 10.48 -.07 NatAtfH 5.96
FultonFnd 8.1 .84 JackHenry 20.48 -.45 NatCineM 10.89
JkksPac 21.26 -.11 NallCoal 6.64
Jamba 1.22 -.18 NatPenn 12.02
GFIGrps 7.06 -.45 JamesRiv 49.77 +2.18 NatusMed 21.65
GMXRs 85.57 +1.56 JetBlue 3.21 +.07 NektarTh 3.51
GSIGrp 5.11 -.24 JosphBnk 22.78 -.15 NessTech 9.70
Garmin 42.05 -.61 JoyGIbl 77.07 +3.07 NetServic 12.45
Gentex 13.83 -.33 JnprNtwk 21.72 -.04 NetLogic 31,44
Genzyme 76.94 +1.27 KLATnc 37.33 -.46 NetApp 21.88
GeoEye 18.58 +.24 KeryxBioh .40 -.00 Netease 19.93
GeronCp 3.49 -.05 KnghtCap 16.52 +.11 Netlix 27.81
GileadSci 53.55 -.15 Kulicke 6.32 -.03 Neurgn .55
Givenim 14.69 -.12 LHCGrp 25.42 +2.17 NexCen .50
GlacierBc 15.16 -.61 LKQCps 17.06 -.08 Nextwave 3.04
Globlind 15.37 +.14 LSI Inds 8.82 +.05 NighlwkR 6.78
GluMobile 3.76 ... LTX 2.30 +.01 Nissan 15.10
Google 521.62 -12.18 LamResrch 32.04 -.46 NobltyH 15.00
GreenMts 34.90 -1.99 LamarAdv 31.92 -1.14 Nordson 70.86
GulfportE 15.32 +.78 Landslar 52.23 -1.08 NorTrst 66.44
Gymbree 36.18 +1.78 Lattice 2.69 -.01 NwstBcp 20.74
HLTH 11.44 -.26 LawsnSft 7.13 -.01 NvtlWdslf 9.84
HMN Fn 16.04 +.48 LeapWirss 39.65 +.55 Novell 5.45
HackettGp 6.30 +.11 Level3 2.85 +37 Novlus 19.49
Halozyme 7.45 -.22 ULibGlobA 29.57 +.12 NuHorizlf 5.06
HancHIk 35.10 -3.97 LibGlobC 28.03 -.01 i NuVasive 44.95
HanmiFnd 4.85 -.12 LiblyMIntA 12.91 -.21 NuanceCm 14.53
HansenNat 24.39 -.12 UbMCapAs 15.17 -.08 NutriSys 16.27
Harmonic 9.44 +.05 UbMEntAn 2330 -.11 Nvidlas 11.14
HawHold 7.37 -.03 LifePtH 28.94 -.19 OReillyA 22.75
HrindEx 14.80 -.30 Limelight 3.29 -.14 OSI Phrm 44.72
HelenTroy 18.56 +.11 Uncare 29.09 +.19 ObagiMed 9.03
HSchein 51.06 -.64 LinearTch 30.64 -.60 OldDomFh 28.50
HercOffsh 35.95 +2.04 LinnEngy 22.98 -.39 Omnicell 12.66
Hibbett 18.32 +.02 Lionbrdg 2.05 -.49 Omniture 19.05
HimaxTch 5.02 -.08 Liquidity 10.56 +.06 OmnlVisn 11.12
Hologics 22.55 -.02 LodgeNet 3.21 -.19 OnAssign 7.56
Home Inns 16.24 +.04 Logitech 25.16 +46 OnSmcnd 8.50
HotTopic 5.38 -.12 LookSmart 3.74 -01 OnyxPh 38.07
HubGroup 33.43 -.23 lululemn n 23.75 OpenTxt 29.88
HudsCity 16.58 -1.23 OpnwvSy 1 37
HumGen 5.90 +.10 optXprs 20.71
HunUB 32.51 +.03 MCG Cap 3.83 -.43 Oracle 20.45
HuntBnk 4.67 -.97 MDRNA 1.12 -01 Orthfx 25.28
Hydrogncs 1.76 -.12 MGE 33.97 -36 OtterTail 42.36


+.24 Overstk 23,04
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-.71
-.59 PDLBios 10.48
-.07 PFChng 22.46
+.04 PMC Sra 6.89
-.27 PSSWrild 16.51
-1.16 PacWstBc 13.11
-.19 Paccars 40.30
+.21 PacerlntI 21.71
+.14 PacCapB 10.52
-.16 PacEthan 1.54
-.32 PacSunwr 7.47
+.09 Palmlncs 5.42
-.32 PanASIv 36.37
-.26 PaneraBrd 43.95
+.39 pantry 9.91
+1.02 PapaJohns 25.36
-.04 ParPet 18.20
+1.00 ParamTch 17.67
-.18 Parexel s 25.35
-.66 Patterson 29.12
-1.06 PattUTI 33.90
-.28 Paychex 30.66
-.10 PnnNGm 25.00
-.32 PensonWw 10.70
+.01 PeopUtdF 14.92
A Peregrine h .38
-1.80 PerectW n 25.01
-.06 Perficlent 9.50
-.156 Perrigo 35.05
+.26 PetMed 13.24
+.23 PetroDev 65.90
-.15 PetsMart 19.43
+.11 PharmPdt 41.81
-.10 PhilCons 33.42
+04 PhotrIn 6.08
+2'.22 Plexus 28.04
+23 PlugPower 1.89
-.01 Polycom 23.37
+.12 Pool Corp 17.65
-.16 Popular 5.36
-.16 Power-One 1.74
-.69 PwShsQQQ 44.23
+.29 Powrwav 3.76
-1.40 PremExhib 3.65
-1.30 Presstek 4.68
+.04 PriceTR 48.98
-.33 priceline 107.74
+.18 PrivaleB 23.55
-.29 ProgPh 16.19
-.06 ProgrsSoft 25.90
-.64 ProgGam .69
+.60 ProspBcsh 25.15
-.47 PrvBksh 5.19
-.02 PsychSol 36.20
-.15 PureCycle 5.85
-.15 QIAGEN 19.50
-.30 QiaoXing 5.12
Qlogic 15.65
+.82 Qualcom 47.84
-3.30 QuantFuel 2.36
-.91 QueslRes 9.81
-.15 QuestSft 14.69
-.20 Questcor 4.95
+'33 RBC Bear 30.74
+10 RFMicD 2.99
-.48 RackSys 12.13
-.10 Rambus 16.46
+1.27 Randgold 54.73
-.53 RealNwk 6.51
+.10 RedRobin 23.11
-.44 Rgenm 15.03
-.09 RentACt 22.18
-.09 RepubAir 7.31
.60 RschMots 107.84
-.3B ResConn 19.25
-.15 RexEngyn 23.85
-.22 RigelPh 21.97
-1.69 Riverbed 14.46
-48 RosettaR 27.02
RossStrs 38.01
-.70 RoyGId 36.00
-.51 RoyaleEn 8.15
-.09 RuthsHosp 3.96
+.44 Ryanair 27.39


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S1 Corp 7.26
-.08 SBACom 34.35
+.03 SEIInv 21.35
-.18 STEC 9.68
-.03 SVBFnGp 44.84
-1.37 SanderFm 39.51
-.56 SanDisk 16.55
-.26 SangBio 10.03
-1.92 Sanmina 1.07
-.13 Sapient 6.00
-.05 SavientPh 26.85
-.11 Sawis 10.89
+1.15 Schnitzer 98.24
+.31 Schwab 18.78
-.40 ScelePh 19.90
-.79 ScGames 27.82
+.42 SearsHIdgs 70.79
-.58 SecureCmp 3.65
-.52 SelCmfrt 1.35
-.20 Selectvlns 17.97
+.86 Semtech 13.56
-.67 Sepracor 20.11
+,53 Sequenom 20.06
-.35 Shanda 22.56
34 Shire 46.33
-01 ShufflMstr 4.14
-2.27 SiRFTch 3.77
-.78 SigmaDsg 15.13
-0 SigmaAld 54.66
-.06 SignatBk 24.51
+.66 Siicnlmg 6.03
+.29 SilnLab 31.91
+.05 SilicnMotn 12.98
-.13 SST 3.14
-.08 SIcnware 6.97
-.18 SilvStd g 30.49
-27 Sina 40.65
+02 Sinclair 7.36
-.61 SidusS 2.06
-.20 SkyWest 11.63
-.57 SkywksSol 9.86
-.05 SmithWes 4.42
-.33 SmurfStne 4.20
-.14 Sohu.cm 68.49
+.08 Solarfun 14.87
-.06 SonicCorp 12.97
-1.80 Sonus 3.35
+.33 SouMoBc 14.00
-2.67 SoulhFncl 3.02
-.38 SpansionA 2.77
-.54 Staples 20.86
-.15 Starbucks 14.00
-2.14 StlDynams 33.76
-.77 SteinMrt 3.89
-3.48 StemCells 1.11
-.19 Stencycle 54.24
-.16 SteriBcsh 8.69
+1.17 StriFWA 2.53
+.11 StewEnt 8.23
-.49 SunHithGp 14.15
-.06 SunMicro rs 8.78
+.03 SunPower 73.81
-.18 SuperEssx 44.89
-.01 SusqBnc 11.25
+.56 Sycamore 3.07
-.18 Symantec 18.65
+.04 Symetricm 4.13
-.60 Synaptics 41.21
+3.64 Synchron 10.22
-32 Synopsys 23.89
.08 Synovs 21.70
.05 vjSyntaxBhlf .03
.05 Syntroleum 1.80
.95 TBS IntA 35.55
.47 TDAmerilr 16.76
-95 TFS Fncl 10.64
-.26 THQ 17.67
+.18 twtwelecom 15.29
-20 TakeTwo 2427
+21 TASER 5.10
+58 TechData 33.35
+ 24 TeleTch If 17.97
+175 Tellabs 4.34
-37 Tercica 8.84
-.28 TesseraT 15.13
+1.07 TetraTc 21.84


TevaPhmn 41.60 -.18
TexRdhsA 8.59 -.16
Theravnce 13.50 +.36
thinkorswim 6.78 -.14
ThrdWve 11.21 -.03
3Com 2.00 -.01
TibcoSfl 7.50
TitanMchn 26.31 -.14
TiVo Inc 6.97 -.03
TomoThera 8.34 -.26
TractSupp 28.20 -.38
TrdeStatn 9.43 -.54
TransGIb 4.65 +.12
TranSwtc h .83 +.01
TriZetto 21.69 -.02
TricoMar 29.35 -.54
TridentM h 4.09 -.01
TrimbleN 31.05 -.47
Trimeriss 5.81 +.08
TriQuint 5.41 -.15
TrueRelig 24.75 +.22
TrstNY 7.20 -.59
Trustmk 15.75 -1.40
UAL 3.43 -.20
UCBH Hid 3.04 -.19
USANA 27.97 +.03
UTiWrdwd 18.70 +.09
UTStrcm 5.41 -.16
Umpqua 9.35 -.55
UBWV 19.82 -1.90
UtdCBksGa 8.27 -.89
UtdNtrIF 17.67 -.63
UtdOnIn 9.94 -.20
US Enr 2.92 +.1'
UtdThrp 99.37 -.86
UnivFor 24.90 -.14
UraniumR 2.50 -.07
UrbanOul 29.55 +.29


ValenceTch 4.00 +.16
ValueClick 13.91 -.65
VarianSemi 30.62 -.38
VascoDta 10.55 -.49
Veecolnst 14.93 -.68
Verisign 34.55 -.85
VertxPh 32.37 -.82
ViaSat 21.21 -.23
VirgnMda h 11.70 +.03
ViroPhrm 12.54 +.60
VistaPrt 25.71 -1.86
Vivus 8.21 -.01
Vollerra 15.21 +.12
WamerChil 17.17 +12
WarrenRs 13.86 +.16
WashFed 14.20 -.90
WemerEnt 18.97 -.09
WAmBcp 42.42 -2.42
Westell .97 -.02
WelSeal 4.95 -.06
WhilneyH 14.73 -1.79
WholeFd 20.96 -.08
WindRvr 10.60 -.10
Winn-Dixie 16.76 +.39
Wintrust 19.97 -2.32
WdwrdGvs 35.64 +.30
WrightM 29.25 +17
Wynn 77.29 -.85
XMSat 8.04 +.23
XOMA 1.75 -.05
Xilinx 23.32 -.27
XinhuaFn 2.11 -.06
YRCWwde 14.53 -1.26
Yahoo 22.57 -1.00
ZebraT 31.81 +.82
ZhoneTch h .36 +.02
ZionBcp 19.73 -5.96
Zoltek If 21.68 -.63
Zoran 9.77 -.49
Zumiez 12.45 +.16
ZymoGen 8.56 -.04


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Bahrain
Brazil
Britain
Canada
Chile
China
Colombia
Czech Rep
Denmark
Dominican Rep
Egypt
Euro
Hong Kong
Hungary
India
Indnsia
Israel
Japan
Jordan
Lebanon
Malaysia
Mexico
N. Zealand
Norway
Peru
Poland
Russia
Singapore
Slovak Rep
So. Africa
So. Korea
Sweden
Switzerind
Taiwan
Thailand
Turkey
U.A.E.
Uruguay
Venzuel


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1.0283
.3770
1.5941
1.9944
1.0054
497.70
6.8493
1737.50
14.66
4.6882
34.48
5.3163
.6283
7.8064
144.93
42.918
9135.00
3.3300
106.12.
.7085
1507.50
3.2305
10.3093
1.3079
5.0659
2.825
2.04
23.2019
1.3526
19.05
7.6628
1003.50
5.9620
1.0161
30.49
33.67
1.2174
3.6738
19.3050
2.1473


Yesterday Pvs Day


3.0211
1.0363
.3771
1.6041
1.9861
1.0097
503.45
6.8353
1768.50
14.74
4.6970
34.48
5.3362
.6292
7.8040
147.06
42.918
9157.50
3.3841
106.64
.7085
1507.50
3.2446
10.2987
1.3166
5.0761
2.846
2.05
23.3100
1.3570
19.08
7.6805
1000.50
5.9559
1.0191
30.40
33.78
1.2219
3.6731
19.2308
2.1473


British pound expressed in U.S. dollars. All oth-
ers show dollar in foreign currency.. .


Yesterday PvsDay

Prime Rate 5.00 5.00
Discount Rate 2.25 2.25
Federal Funds Rate 2.00 2.00
Treasures
3-month 1.1 1.0C1
6-month 1.055 2.0O
5-year 3.10 3.21
10-year 3.00 3.33
30-year 4.46 4.50



FUTURES

Exch Contract Settle Chg
Lt Sweet Crude NYMX Aug08 145.18 +.10
Corn CBOT Dec08 6821/4 -27
Wheat CBOT Sep08 818 -123/4
Soybeans CBOT Nov08 1559 -37
Cattle CME Aug08 99.12 -2.08
Pork Bellies CME Jul08 66.00 -.60
Sugar (world) NYBT Oct08 13.59 -.40
Orange Juice NYBT Sep08 127.30 +4.25

SPOT
Yesterday Pvs Day
Gold (troy oz., spot) $972.70 $927.30
Silver (troyoz., spot) $19.175 $17.838
Copper (pound) $3.7695 $3.8650

NMER = New York Mercantile Exchange. CBOT =
Chicago Board of Trade. CMER = Chicago Mercantile Ex-
change. NCSE = New York Cotton, Sugar & Cocoa Ex-
change. NCTN = New York Cotton Exchange.


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M 3iTlUALUND I


Name NAV Chg
AIM Investments A:
ChartAp 14.82 -.15
Constp 25.10 +.06
HYdAp 4.00
IntlGrow 26.99 +.02
SelEqtyr 17.85 -.05
AIM Investments B:
CapDvBt 13.46
AIM Investor Cl:
Energy 51.77 +.57
SummitPp 13.66 +.03
Utilies 18.61 -.12
Advance Capital I:
Balancp 15.93 -.05
Retlnc 8.95 +.02
Alger Funds B:
SmCapGrt 5.47 -.03
AllianceBem A:
BalanAp 14.11 -.07
GIbTchAp 63.60 -.47
IntGroAp 1822 +.05
IntIValAp 1825 -.05
SmCpGrA 25.65 -23
AlllanceBem Adv:
IntValAdv 18.57 -.05
LgCpGrAd 20.60 -.10
AllncBern8B:
GIbTdhBt 56.09 -.41
GrowthBt 23.49 -.12
SCpGrBS 21.08 -.18
AllianceBem C:
SCpGrCt 21.17 -.19
Allianz Funds A:
NFJDvVIt 13.86 -.19
Allanz Funds C:
GrowthCt 22.67 -.08
TargetCt 18.44 -.05
Amer Beacon Inmtl:
LgCaplnst 19.03 -26
Amer Beacon Plan:
LgCpPln 18.12 -25
Amer Century Adv:
EqGroAp 21.14 -.14
Amer Century Inv:
Balanced n 14.80 -.02
Eqlncn 6.81 -.09
Growth n 2321 -.11
Heritageln 19.44 +.04
IncGro n 24.33 -20
IntDiscrn 11.84 +.02
IntlGroln 11.97
LifeSdn 5.46 -.04
NewOpprn 7.01 -.04
OneChAgn 12.45 -.04
RealEstln 18.94 -.78
Seleadn 35.56 -.03
Ultran 20.96 -.03
Valuelnvn 5.16 -.07
Vista n 18.74 +.09
American Funds A:
AmcpAp 15.85 -.16
AMutVAp 24.45 -20
BalAp 16.92 -.08
BondAp 12.48 +.03
CapWAp 2021 +.05
CaplBAp 55.01 -24
CapWGAp 38.00 -.11
EupacAp 43.98 +.07
FdlnvAp 37.54 -.12
GovtAp 13.59 +.05
GwthAp 30.35 -.14
HITrAp 11.07
IncoAp 16.74 -.09
IntBdAp 13.15 +.02
ICAAp 27.77 -.25
NEcoAp 21.90 -.17
NPerAp 29.87 -.06
NwWrkdA 52.98 -.06
SmCpAp 33.25 -21
TxExAp 12.09
WshAp 28.09 -25
American Funds B:
BalBt 16.86 -.08
CaplBBt 55.01 -24
CpWGrBt 37.80 -.11
GrwthBt 2922 -.13
IncoBt 16.63 -.09
ICABt 27.64 -25
WashBt 27.91 -26
Ariel Investments:
Apprec 35.50 -.73
Ariel 34.62 -.68
Artisan Funds:
Int 24.90
MidCap 25.83 -22
MidCapVal 17.05 -20
BNY Mellon Funds:
IntlFd 12.55 +.07
Baron Funds:
Asset 53.16 -.65
Growth 43.60 -.47
Partners 18.78 -.20
SmCap 19.36 -23
Bernstein Fds:
IntDur 12.90 +.03
DivMu 14.12 +01
TxMgdInti 20.91 -.01
IntPort 20.87 -.01
EmMkts 34.75 -.07
BlackRock A:

Cai. qp .6,3 ,,-.04
GAinAr" 13 +.01.
HIYInvA .7.25 +.01
LgCVAp 15.63 -.08
BlackRock B&C:
GAIC1t 17.84
BlackRock Instl:
BaVII 25.17 -.19
GibAltocr 19.13 +.01
Brandywine Fds:
BlueFdn 31.82 +.02
Bmdywnn 32.80 -.04
Brinson FundsY:
HIYIdlYn 6.15 +.01
CGM Funds:
Focus n 58.50 +2.08
Mutln 31.58 +.14
Realty n 30.17 -.47
CRM Funds:
MdCpVII 26.18 -.34
Calamos Funds:
Gr&IncAp 27.53 -.11
GrwthAp 50.14 -.11
GrowthCt 46.47 -.10
Calvert Group:
Incop 15.94 +.04
IntEqAp 18.50 -.01
Munint 10.52
SodalAp 26.67 +.02
SocBdp 15.59 +.04
SocEqAp 35.00 -.17
TxFLt 9.94
TxFLgp 16.08
TxFVT 15.57 -.03
Causeway Intl:
Institulrn 14.11 +.05
Cohen & Steers:
RlyShrs 52.25 -1.98
Columbia Class A:
Aomnt 24.19 -.26
FocEqAt 20.37 -.11
21CntryAt 13.02 -20
MarsGrAt 19.09 -.06
Columbia Class Z:
AcomZ 24.86 -.27
AcomlntZ 36.45 -.15
IntBdZ 8.52 +.02
IntTEBd 10.19
IntEqZ 1425 +.09
LgCpldxZ 23.90 -.22
MarsGrZ 19.40 -.07
MrlnOpZr 13.19 +.11
MdCpVIZp 1225 -.14
ValRestr 52.97 -22
CG Cap Mkt Fds:
LgGrw 14.89 -.04
DFA Funds:
IntlCorEqn 11.46 -.01

USCorEq2n 9.84 -.11
DWS Scudder CI A:
CommAp 17.36 -.02
DrHiRA 33.57 -.84
DWS Scudder CIS:
CorPlsInc 11.99 +.04
EmMkln 11.55 +.01
EmMkGrr 20.68 +.06
EuroEq 29.15 -25
GNMAS 14.80 +.03
GIbBdSr 10.20 +.02
GlbOpp 36.50 -.37
Glbrhem 23.90 -.04
Gotd&Prc 23.87 +.64
GrolncS 15.38 -.07
HiYldTx 12.35 -.01
IntTxAMT 11.04
IntlFdS 62.23 +24
LgCoGro 27.83 -.04
LatAmrEq 70.90 +.77
MgdMuniS 8.81
MATFS 14.09 -.01
SP500S 16.29 -.15
Davis Funds A:
NYVenA 33.53 -.30
Davis Funds B:
NYVenB 32.01 -29
Davis Funds C &Y:
NYVenY 33.95 -.30
NYVenC 32.22 -29
Delaware Invest A:
Diver Inc p 8.65 +.03
TrendAp 14.81 -.13
TxUSAp 11.00
Delaware Invest B:


SeirBt 21.03 -.44
Dimensional Fds:
EmMktV 36.62 -.17
IntSmVan 16.57 -.01
USLgCon 36.11 -.33
USLgVan 19.32 -.25
USMicron 11.25 -.17
USSmalln 16.50 -.23
USSmVa 20.17 -.37
IntSmCon 16.11 -.01
EmgMkt 28.19
Fidn 10.18 +.01
IntVan 19.52 -.04
Glb5Fxlncn 10.79 +.02
TM USTgtV 18.35 -.33
TMIntVa 15.74 -.04
TMMktwV 13.82 -.23
2YGIFxdn 10.41
DFARIE n 20.92 -.82
Dodge&Cox:
Balanced 66.37 -.60
Income 12.22 +.04
InllStk 38.65 -.08
Stock 104.57 -1.41
Dreyfus:
Aprec 39.82 -.06


Tetlcmn 39.14 +.08 LSModer 12.45 -.03
Transn 39.12 -.35 Jllus Baer Funds:
UtGr n 60.28 -.82 InEql r 37.85 -.02
Wireless n 6.79 -.03 IntIEqA 36.91 -.03
Fidelity Spartan: IntEqllAt 14.66 +.01
Eqldxlnvn43.43 -.40 IntEqlllr 14.75 +.01
ExtMkln n 33.14 -.36 Keeley Funds:
50Olnxlnvrn85.19 -.77 SmCpValAp28.19 -.02
Intllnxlnvn 40.25 +.02 Kinetics Funds:
TotMklnv n 34.83 -.32 Pdm 23.40 -.22
Fidelity Spart Adv: LSWalEq n 13.64 -.25
EqldxAdn 43.43 -.40 Lazardlnsti:
500Adrn 85.19 -.78 EmgMktl 21.31 +.08
TotMktAdrn34.83 -.32 Legg Mason:Fd
First Eagle: OpporTrt 10.30 -.07
GlbA 41.82 -.02 Spnvp 23.48 -.17
OverseasA 21.66 +.03 VaTfrp 38.19 -.80
First Investors A Legg Mason Instl:
BIChpAp 20.81 -.14 ValTrlnst 43.94 -.91
GoblAp 6.53 -.02 Legg MasonPtrsA:
GovtAp 10.78 +.02 AgGrAp 98.07 -.47
GrolnAp 13.35 -.12 ApprAp 13.40 -.10
IncoAp 2.6 HilncAl 5.94 +.01
MATFAp 11.47 InAICGAp 9.27 -.02
MITFAp 11.93 LgCpGAp 20.54 -.31
NJTFAp 12.54 MgMuAp 15.63 -.01
NYTFAp 14.08 +.01


lest mutual funds listed on Nasdaq. Tables show the fund name, sell
a (NAV) and daily net change.
fund and family.

Sof NAV.
portera to Lipper by 6 pm Eastern


MDBondn 10.26
MidCapn 51,13 -.39
MCapVal n 19.75 -.22
NAmern 29.12 -.12
NAsian 13.49 -.18
NewEran 66.03 +.58
NHorizn 26.11 -.15
NlIncn 6.99 +.03
NYBondn 11.06
PSIncn 14.56 -.02
RealEstn 16.82 -.59
R2010n 14.80 -.04
R2015n 11.41 -.04
R2020n 15.77 -.07


Name NAV Chg IName NAV Chg


Name NAV Chg
Dreyf 8.45 -08
Dryid r 25.91 -.26 Here are the 1,000 big
Dr500Int 34.89 -.32 price or Net Asset Valus
EmgLd 22.37 -.30
FL ntr 12.89 ... Name: Name of mutual
InsMu t ... NAV: Net asset value.
Dreyfus Premier: Ch: Net change in pr
CorVivp 25.10 -29
GrChinaAr 33.86 +.13 Dala based on NAVs ye
LgStkAp 23.00 -.19
LdHYdAp 6.50 + N01 Name NAV Chg
StrValAr 27.55 -.32
TchGroA 23.40 -.21FrankempFkA:
Driehaus Funds: rnamp Fnk A:
EMktGr 34.96 +.11 AdjUSp 8.87
Eaton Vance CI A. ALTFA p 11.24
ChinaA p 24.30 -.24 AZTFA p 10.71
BaJlnv p 50.13 -.80
AMTFMBI 10.18 -.03 CainsAp 12.32 -.01
MuIltGrA 9.82 -.01 CAIntAp 11.38 +.01
InBosA 5.77 CaffFA p 7.06
LgCpVal 19.78 -.19 CapGrA 10.94 -.06
NatMun 10.54 -.05 COTFAp 11.60
SpEqtA 16.98 -04 CTTFAp 10.82
TradGvA 7.23 +.03 CvtScAp 13.76 -.17
Eaton Vance CI B: OblTF A 11.62
FLPMunBp10.24 -.02 DynTchA 28.41 -.14
HfithSBt 10.37 -.06 2 EqncAp 1621 -24
NatMB t 10.54 -.05 Fedintp 11.35
Eaton Vance CI C: FedTFAp 11.77 +.01
GovtCp 722 +.03 FLTFAp 11.54 -.01
Nat6MCI 10.54 -.05 FoundAlp 11.20
Evergreen A: GATFAp 11.85
AstAtip 1337 ... GoldPrMA 40.62 +1.14
Evergreen C: GrwthAp 38.82 -20
AstAIMC t 12.92 HYTFAp 10.17
Evergreen I: IncomAp 228 -.01
CorBdlI 9.43 +.01 InsTFAp 11.93
SIMunil 9.78 NYfnF p 10.81
FBR Funds: LATFAp 11.23
Focuslnv 39.79 -.48 LMGvScA 10.12 +.03
FPA Funds: MDTFAp 11.29
NwInc 10.97 +.01 MATFAp 11.61
Falrholme 28.70 -.11 MITFAp 12.04
Federated A: MNInsA 11.91 +.01
AmLdrA 14.61 -.08 MOTFAp 11.95
MidGrStA 36.44 +.03 NjrFAp 11.89
KaufmAp 523 -.02 NYlnsAp 11.17
MuSecA 10.09 ... NYTFAp 11.58 +.01
Federated Instl: NCTFA p 11.96
KaufmnK 524 -.01 OhiolAp 12.39
Fidelity Adv Foc T: ORTFAp 11.67
EnergyT 59.01 +.77 PATFAp 10.18 +.01
HItCarT 18.69 -.06 ReEScAp 15.31 -.61
Fidelity Advisor A: RisDvAp 28.97 -.42
DivlntlAr 18.75 +.02 SMCpGrA 29.85 -.05
LevCoStAp38.06 +.06 Stratlncp 9.87 +.01
Nwlnsghp 19.15 ... USGovAp 6.45 +.01
StrInA 11.33 +.01 UtilsAp 13.64 -.12
Fidelity Advisor1: VATFAp 11.53
DMntIn 19.09 +.02 FranklTmp Fmk Adv:
EqGr n 58.98 -.21 GIbBdAdvp
EqlnIn 23.52 -.29 IncmeAd 227 -.01
IntBdI n 10.43 +.03 Frank/Temp Fmk B:
Nwlnsgtln 19.35 +.01 IncomeBt 2.27 -.02
Fidelity Advisor T: FrankTemp Fmk C:
BalancT 14.39 -.07 FoundAIp 10.98
DivlntTp 18.54 +.02 InormCt 2.29 -.02
DivGrTp 10.09 -.11 Frank/remp Mtl A&B:
DynCATp 16.55 -.04 BeacnA 12.78 -.07
EqGrTp 55.29 -.20 DiscA 27.82
EqInT 23.19 -.28 QualfdAt 19.14
GrOppT 36.60 +.02 SharesA 20.70
HilnAdTp 925 -.03 FrankaTemp Mt C:
IntBdT 10.41 +.03 DiscCt 27.50
MidCpTp 20.40 +.01 SharesCt 20.39
MulncTp 12.52 -.01 FrankrrempTemp A:
OvrseaT 20.46 +.03 DvMktAp 24.44 +.05
STFiT 8.98 +.02 ForgnAp 10.24 -.02
Fidelity Freedom: GIBdAp 11.42 +.02
FF2010n 13.38 -.03 GrwthAp 19.59 -.06
FF2015n 11.18 -.03 WordAp 15.68 -.06
FF2020n 13.77 -.05 FrankrTempTmp Adv:
FF2025n 11.44 -.04 GrthAv 19.64 -.05
FF2030n 13.94 -.06 FranklTempTmpB&C:
FF2035n 11.55 -.06 DevMktC 23.75 +.05
FF2040n 8.14 -.04 ForgnCp 10.02 -.01
Income n 10.91 GE Elfun S&S:
Fidelity Invest: S&S Inc 10.92 +.03
AggrGrrn 18.73 -.06 S&SPM 38.86 -.24
AMgr50n 13.93 -.02 GEInsti Funds:
AMgr70n 14.92 -.04 IntlEq 16.14 +.02
AMgr20rn 11.85 +.01 GMOTrustlll:
Balancn 17.39 -.08 EmMkr 18.29 -.05
BlueChGrn 37.86 -25 Forx 14.70 -.71
CAMunn 11.98 IntrVIx 26.20 -2.20
Canadan 61.59 +.52 GMOTrustIV:
CapAp n 23.0 -.06 EmCnDt 9.57 +.03
CapDevO n 11.14 -.02 EmrMkt 18.23 -.05
Cplncrn 8.17 -.01 Foreignx 14.70 -.72
ChnaRg r 24.97 -.30 IntGrEq x 24.86 -1.53
CngSn 438.51 -1.18 IntllntrVIx 26.19-2.21
CTMunrn 11223 +.01 GMOa usteVi:
Contra n 64.50 -.01 way s:
0C0Stn 16.50 -.01 EmgMktsr 18.24 -.05
cvSc n 27.10 -.13 IntlCorEqx 34.62 -.86
DinEqn 25.25 -. SFxlnc 22.83 +.09
DMntn 34.2 +.15 USOItyEq 19.13 -.03

DivnO n .25 -.12 GabellFunds:
EmrMk n 27.99 +.032 GAssew Fn-ds 2
Eq Incon 43.08 -.58 Gateway Funds:272 -.5
E n 18.16 -.22 GatewayA 27.22 -.1
ECaoAd 22.33 +.02 Goldman Sachs A:
E 3 .3 +6,'.0' HYMuAg p 9.50
,,."- -'- 4 -80" o MdCVAp 32.39, -.4
Export n 21.88 -.06 Goldman Sachs Inst:
Fideln 33.9 6 -.14 HYMani n 9.50
Fyt"yrn 19.01 +.02 MiCapV 32.72 -.34
FrnOnen 26.61 -.15 S'lmpnt 12.58 -.04
GNMAan 10.92 +.02 Harbor Funds:
Govinc 10.43 +.03 Bond 11.88 +.03
GroCon 76.18 -.30 CapApInst 32.72 -25
Grolncn 20.10 -.32 Intilnvt 62.12 +.10
Highlncrrn 823 -.03 Inr 62.79 +.10
Indepn n 27.87 +.13 Harding Loevner:
IntBdn 9.93 +.03 EmMktr 49.53 +.01
IntGovn 10.38 +.03 Hartford Fds A:
IntmMuan 9.94 +.01 CpAppAp 34.88 -.10
IntlDiscn 36.42 +.04 DivGthAp 18.32 -.13
IntSCp r n 20.26 +.04 Hartford Fds C:
InvGBn 6.97 +.02 CapApCt 31.19 -.09
Japan n 12.78 +.06 Hartford Fds L:
JpnSm n 9.40 +.08 GrwOppL 28.42 +.02
LCpVIrn 11.92 -.15 HartfordHLSlA:
LatAmrn 61.77 +.60 CapApp 41.03 -.19
LevCoStkn 32.58 +.07 Div&Gr 19.19 -.14
LowPrn 35.68 -.27 Advisers 18.02 -.19
Magelln n 75.66 -.50 Stock 37.47 -.68
MDMurn 10.69 +.01 TotRetBd 11.06 +.02
MAMunn 11.63 ... Hartford HLS IB:
MegaCpStkn9.45 -.09 CapAppp 40.60 -.18
M Maunn 11.66 ... Henderson GIbl Fds:
MidCapn 26.47 -.01 IntOppAp 21.70 -.01
MN Mun n 11.15 +.01 Hennessy Funds:
MtgSecn 10.16 +.03 CorGrIlOdg 17.40 -.06
Munilncn 12.41 ... HusmnStrGr15.64 -.07
NJMunrn 11.37 ... ICONFds:
NwMktrn 1422 ... Energy 34.89 +.38
NwMilln 24.49 -.24 Hfthcare 13.37 -.02
NY Munn 12.62 ... ISI Funds:
OTCn 44.17 -.15 NoAmU p 7.66 +.03
Oh Maun 11.42 +.01 Ivy Funds:
100lndex 8.79 -.08 AssetSCt 27.31 +22
SOrsean 39.19 +.02 AssetStAp 27.78 +23
PcBasen 22.63 -.07 GINatRsAp 38.77 +.54
PAMun r n 10.64 ...JPMorgan A Class:
Puriitnn 16.85 -.05 MCpValp 20.71 -.23
RealE n 23.74 -.88 JPMorgan Set Cis:
SIntMun 10.38 oreBd 10.73
STBFn 8.35 +-02 IntmTFBd n 10.61
SnCaplndr 16.22 -.15 IntrdAmern 23.37 -.17
SmllCpSrn 14.68 -.15 USLCCrPIsn17.89 -.18
SEAsiann 28.73 -.32 Janus:
StkSlcn 24.86 -.18 Balanced 24.01 -.03
Strat n 1021 +.01 cwnlan 15.09 -.08
SttReRtr 10.33 -.04 Enteurp 51.51 -.57
TotalBdn 10.15 +.03 FedTE 6.28
Trend n 59.61 -.12 FoxBnd 9.54 +.03
USBIn 10.78 +.04 Fund 27.62 -.25
Ulityn 17.94 -.18 FundaEq 21.76 -.21
ValStratn 22.88 -.34 GILJfeSoD 22.69 -.07
Value 62.37 -085 GrTechr 13.08 -.10
Wrtdw n 18.80 -.04 GYnc 3025 -.22
Fidelity Selects: MdCpVal 20.56 -.20
Airn 24.52 -.20 Orion 11.55 -.11
Banldngn 14.62 -1.11 Ovnseasr 44.40 -26
Bitchn 67.50 -.70 Research 26.04 -.15
Brokn n 44.26 -1.42 ShTmBd 2.87
Chemn 85.34 +.29 Twenty 72.09 -.15
ComEquipn1921 -.29 Venlur 42.31 -.59
Compn 39.82 +.01 WddWr 42.74 -.42
ConDisn 16.87 -.10 Janus Adv S Shra:
ConStapn 59.61 +22 Forty 39.54 -.06
CHon 27.85 -15 JenslsonDrydenA:
DtAern 33.31 -.0 BlendA 16.73 -.09
Electrn 36.18 -.27 HiYwtdAp 5.22
Enrgyn 70.79 +,92 InsuredA 10.44 +.01
EngSvn 11026 +2.56 NatflesA 67.46 +1.05
Envirn 17.02 +13 UityA 13.15 -.01
F 80.40 -2.80 JennlsonDryden B:
Gotdrn 45.05 +1.15 GrwrthB 14.39 -.11
Health 102.59 -.40 Hi^ldBt 521
HomFn 15.48 -.99 IsumdB 10.40 +.0
Lesrn 58.90 -46 Joh Hacoc A
e 58.77 +.7 BondAp 14.10 +.03
MItedasn 58.77 +.17 CassicVtp 15.27 -.43

MdEqSysn 24.22 -.13 LgCpEqA 20.14 +.09
Muathndn 30.20 -09 R|BkA 14.0 -1.07
NtGas n 52.38 +.58 Stn~kA p 6.27 -.01
NatResrn 43.08 +.65 John Hancock B:
Paper 23.94 17 StrlncB 6.27 -.01
Pharn' n s :-0 John HancockCi1:
Retailn 33.31 -.13 LSAggr 12.94 -.08
Softwrn 66887 -.81 LSBalnec 12.95 -.04
Tn 0070 _oo LSGrwth 13.15 -.06


Name NAV Chg

StrlncC 14.15 +.03
LSBondR 13.75 +.03
StrlncA 14.09 +.03
Lord Abbett A:
AffilAp 11.00 -.18
AIIValA 11.17 -.07
BdDebAp 7.40
MidCpAp 14.42 -.13
MFS Funds A:
MITA 18.37 -.17
MIGA 13.36 -.10
HilnA 3.41
IntNwDA 21.03 +.07
MFLA 9.67
TotRA 13.64 -.06
UtilA 17.97 -.07
ValueA 22.57 -.22
MFS Funds B:
MIGBn 12.05 -.09
GvScBn 9.63 +.03
HilnBn 3.42
MulnBn 8.27
TotRBn 13.63 -.06
MFS Funds I:
ReInT 17.26 +.04
MFS Fundi Instl:
IntlEqn 17.59 +.07
MainStay Funds A:
HiYIdBA 5.77
MainStay Funds B:
CapApBt 26.46
ConvBt 14.17 -.01
GovtBt 8.31 +.03
HYIdBBt 5.74
IntlEqB 12.51 +.09
SmCGBp 12.90 -.04
TotRtB t 15.33 -.03
Mairs & Power:
Growth 65.15 -.73
Managers Funds:
Bondn 24.35 +.06
Marelco Funds:
Focusp 16.70 -.08
Growp 18.67 -.04
2tstCntp 13.73 -.20
Matthews Asian:
India r 15.30 -.16
PacTiger 21.61 -.30
Metro West Fds:
TotRetBd 9.49 +.02
TotRtBdl 9.49 +.02
Midas Funds:
MidasFd 5.06 +.13
Monetta Funds:
Monettan 13.84 +.01
Morgan Stanley A:
DivGlhA 15.60 -.09
Morgan Stanley B:
DivG B 15.72 -.10
GIbDivB 11.57 -.10
StratB 17.75 -.07
MorganStanley Inst:
EmMktl n 26.05 -.08
IntlEqln 16.64 -.01
Munder Funds A:
IntemtA 19.63 -.28
MdCpCGrt 25.50 -22
Mutual Series:
BeacnZ 12.89 -.07
DiscZ 28.17
QualfdZ 19.29
SharesZ 20.88
Neuberger&Berm Inv:
Focus 23.69 -.15
Genesis 34.35 +.04
Geneslnst 4721 +.05
Intlr 1824 +.14
Partner 2927 -.06
Neuberger&Berm Tr:
Genesis 49.26 +.05
Nicholas Group:
Hilnc In 9.70 +.01
Nichn 37.68 -.40
Northern Funds:
SmCpldx 8.32 -.13
Technly 11.93 -.12
Nuveen Cl A:
HYMuBdp 19.15 -.01
Nuveen Cl R:
IntDMBd 8.81
Oak Assoc Fds:
WhitOkSGn30.07 -.56
Oakmark Funds I:
Eqtylncr 26.80 +.07
Globall 20.33 -.04
Intllr. 15.94 -.02
Oakmarkr 34.53 -.53
Selectr 20.99 -.50
Old Mutual Adv II:
Tc&ComZ 14.09 -.08
Old Westbury Fds:
RealRet 14.84 -.02
Oppenheimer A:
AMTFMu 8.12
AMTFrNY 11.98 -.01
CAMuniAp 925
CapApAp 44.59 -.18
CaplncAp 10.39 -.04
ChmplncAp 7.92 +.02
DvMktAp 4121 -.27
Discp 52.08 -.18
EquityA 8.86 -.05
GlobAp 59.70 -.17
GIbOppA 26.62 -.21
Gold p 38.39 +.93
IntBdAp 6.53 +.02
MnStFdA 31.52 -.16
MSSCAp' 17.14 -.19
MidCapA 16.86 -.08
PAMuniAp 11.49 -.02
S&MdCpVl 30.25 -.33
StrinAp 4.33 +.01
USGvp 9.47 +.04
Oppenhelmer B:
AMTFMu 8.09
AMTFrNY 11.99
CplncBt 1027 -.03
ChmplncBt 7.91 +.02
EquityB 827 -.06
StrlncBt 4.35 +.02
Oppenhelm Quest:
QBalA 13.40 -.09
Oppenhelmer Roch:
LtdNYAp 327
RoMuAp 16.77 -.01
RcNtMuA 9.16
PIMCO Admin PIMS:
TotRtAd 10.68 +.04
PIMCO Instl PIMS:
AIIAsset 12.44 +.03
ComodRR 20.50 -.09
DevLcMkr 11.10 +.03
Divine 10.36 +.02
EmMkBd 10.31 +.04
FrgnBd 10.10
HiYd 8.91 +.01
LowDu 9.99 +.01
RealRet 11.94 +.10
RealRtnl 11.33 +.05
TotRt 10.68 +.04
TRII 10.23 +.03
TRIII 9.36 +.02
PIMCO Funds A:
ComRRp 20.32 -.09
RealRtAp 11.33 +.05
TotRtA 10.68 +.04
PIMCO Funds C:
TotRtCt 10.68 +.04
PIMCO Funds D:
TRtnp 10.68 +.04
PaxWorld:
Balanced 22.48 -.01
Perm Port Funds:
Permanent 38.11 +.13
Pioneer Funds A:
CullenVal 18.14 -.09
BondAp 9.10 +.02
EurSelEqA 26.83 +.27
IntlValA 22.57 +.02
MdCpGrA 14.11 -.01
PionFdAp 39.98 -25
TxFreA p 10.61
ValueAp 11.80 -.14
Pioneer Funds B:
HiYldBt 9.81 -.03
Pioneer Funds C:
HiYldCt 9.91 -.03
Price Funds Adv:
Eqlnc n 22.08 -.31
Growthpn 28.83 -.10
Price Funds:
Balance 18.49 -.05
BIChipn 34.48 -.21
CABondn 10.69
CapAppn 18.50 -.13
DivGron 21.79 -.21
EmEurpn 3324 +.37
EmMktSn 35.04
Eqlncn 22.13 -.31
Eqlndexn 32.95 -.30
Europen 16.41 -.01
GNMAn 9.43 +.03
Growth 29.08 -.10
Gr&lnn 19.01 -.13
HihSd n 25.88 -.18
HiYield n 6.32 -.01
IntlBondn 10.40 +.02
IntDisn 39.99 -.19
IntlG&ln 14.80 -.05
IntlStkn 14.40
Japan n 9.42 +.04
LatAmn 51.26 +.46
MDShrtn 5.20


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Speclnn 11.61
TFIncn 9.72
TxFrHn 11.14
TxFrSIn 5.38
USTInt n 5.64 +.03
USTLg n 12.05 +.09
VABondn 11.31
Value n 21.91 -.28
Principal Inv:
BdMtgln 9.72 +.02
DiscLClnst 12.87 -.07
IntlGthlnst 11.53 +.06
LgGrlN 8.21 -.01
LT2030ln 12.10
LT20201n 12.16
SAMBalA 13.20
Putnam Funds A:
AmGvAp 9.12 +.03
AZTE 8.90
Convp 18.24 -.12
DiscGr 19.44 -.02
DvrlnAp 9.04 +.01
EqlnAp 13.69 -.20
EuEq 22.03 -.04
GeoAp 13.62 -.12
GIbEqtyp 9.91 -.01
GrlnAp 12.33 -.15
HIhAp 49.24 -.11
HiYdAp 7.28 +.02
HYAdAp 5.68 +.02
IncmAp 6.45 +.01
IntlEq p 23.56 +.01
IntGrlnp 11.97 +.01
InvAp 11.67 -.11
NJTxAp 9.08
NwOpAp 46.70 -.07
OTCAp 8.84
PATE 8.97
TxExAp 8.49
TFInAp 14.53 -.01
TFHYA 12.14
USGvAp 13.35
UtilAp 14.87 -.13
VstaAp 10.55 +.01
VoyAp 16.64 -.03
Putnam Funds B:
CapAprt 15.17 -.15
DiscGr 17.57 -.02
DvrlnBt 8.96 +.01
Eqlnct 13.57 -.20
EuEq 2125 -.04
GeoBt 13.46 -.13
GIbEqt 9.01 -.01
GINtRst 29.11 +.11
GrlnBt 12.11 -.15
HhBt 42.79 -.09
HiYldBt 7.25 +.01
HYAdBt 5.59 +.01
IncmBt 6.40 +.01
InltGdnt 11.72
IntNopt 15.06 +.04
InvBt 10.56 -.10
NJTxBt 9.07
NwOpBt 41.09 -.06
NwValp 11.52 -.18
OTCBt 7.65
TxExBt 8.50
TFHYBt 12.16
USGvBt 13.28
UtilBt 14.81 -.13
VistaBLt 9.01
VoyBt 14.28 -.03
RS Funds:
CoreEqA 39.58 -.04
IntGrA 17.88 -.03
RSNtRsp 41.21 +.56
Value 24.17 -.14
Rainier Inv Mgt:
SmMCap 33.39 -21
RidgeWorth Funds:
LCGrStkAp 9.09 -.02
RiverSource A:
BalanceA 9.54 -.05
DispEqAp 5.69 -.05
DEI 9.93 -.05
DvOppA 7.41 -.07
Growth 26.43 -.16
HiYdTEA 4.20 -.01
LgCpEq p 4.37 -.04
MCpGrA 8.43 -.08
MidCpVlp 7.84 -.04
RiverSource I:
TNEmgMkt n9.46 -.03
Royce Funds:
LwPrSkSvr 14.15
MicoCapl 14.22 -.05
PennMul r 9.90 -.08
Premierlr 17.41 -.03
TotRetir 11.51 -.14
ValSvct 11.11 +.01
VIPISvc 12.43 -.01
Russell Funds S:
DivEq 40.90 -.33
IntlSec 60.55 +.08
MStratBd 9.96 +.03
QuantEqS 32.62 -.21
Rydex Advisor:
NasdaqAdvn11.31 -.08
SEI Portfolios:
CoreFxAn 9.83 +.04
IntlEqAn 11.40 -.02
LgCGroAn 20.55 -.09
LgCValAn 16.02 -.24
TxMgLCn 11.82 -.11
SSgA Funds:
EmgMkt 25.30 -.01
IntlStock 12.40 -.01
Schwab Funds:
HfthCare 14.61 -.05
10001nvr 36.61 -.31
1000Sel 36.61 -.31
S&P nv 19.13 -.17
S&PSel 19.20 -.17
S&PInstSI 9.82 -.09
SmCplnv 16.98 -.28
Selected Funds:
AmShD 40.38 -.35
AmShSp 40.30 -.36
Seligman Group:
ComunAt 34.00 -.46
FrontrAt 10.10 -.05
GIbSmA 13.64 -.06
GIbTchA 16.24 -.22
HYdBAp 2.86
Sentinel Group:
ComSAp 29.77 -.15
Sequoian 117.86 -.56
Sit Funds:
LrgCpGr 42.04 -.15
SoundSh 31.50 -.35
St FarmAssoc:
Gwth 52.57 -.32
Stratton Funds:
Dividend 23.66 -.87
Multi-Cap 40.24 ,-.19
SmCap 46.48 -.39
SunAmerica Funds:
USGvBt 9.44 +.03
Tamarack Funds:
EntSmCp 21.08 -.16
Value 22.33 -28
Templeton Instit:
EmMSp 17.01 +.03
ForEqS 23.56 -.09
Third Avenue Fds:
Intlr 17.25 -.10
RIEstVIr 22.49 -.46
Value 48.11 -.36
Thornburg Fds C:
IntValCt 26.24 +.17
Thornburg Fds:
IntValAp 27.67 +.18
IntValuel 28.25 +.18
Valuel 30.55 -.25
Thrivent Fds A:
HiYld 4.59
Incom 8.07 +.02
LgCpStk 22.26 -.16
Transamerica A:
FRexlncp 8.48
TA IDEX A:
TempGlbAp2823
TrCHYBp 8.26
Turner Funds:
SmlCpGrn 28.77 -.25
Tweedy Browne:
GlobVal 23.87 +.03
UBS Funds Cl A:
GlobAllot 12.10 -.07
UMB Scout Funds:
In n 33.00 -.05
US Global Investors:
AIIAm 26.24 +.14
GIbRs 19.00 +.24
Gld&Mtls 17.47 +.41
USChina 8.83
WIdPrcMn 25.01 +.60
USAA Group:
AgvGt 31.52 -.14
CABd 10.46
CmstStr 22.08 -.06
GNMA 9.64 +.01
GrTxStr 12.90 -.06
Grwth 15.26 -.01
Gr&lnc 14.40 -.10
IncStk 11.96 -.16
Inc 11.98 +.03
Inl 24.03 +.05
NYBd 11.50
PrecMM 38.02 +1.10


VALIC:
MdCpldx 21.15 -.22
Stkldx 30.41 -.28
Value Line Fd:
LrgCon 19.77 +.01
Van Kamp Funds A:
CATFAp 1725
CmstAp 13.85 -.17
CpBdAp 623 +.03
EqlncAp 7.70 -.05
Exch 47421 +.29
GrinAp 17.80 -.19
HarbAp 15.04 -.01
HiYdA 9.54 +.03
HYMuAp 10.11
InTFAp 16.62 -.01
MunlAp 13.55
PATFAp 15.89
StrGrwth 42.14 -.48
StrMunlnc 11.92
USMtgeA 12.48' +.03
UtilAp 23.50 -.20
Van Kamp Funds B:
EnterpBt 11.94 -.04
EqlncBt 7.56 -.05
HYMuBt 10.11
MulB 13.53
StrGwth 35.33 -.40
StrMunlnc 11.91
USMtge 12.42 +.03
UtilB 23.39 -.20
Vanguard Admiral:
CArrAdm n 10.82
CALTAdmn1122
CpOpAdln 75.07 -.59
EMAdmrrn36.80 -.12
Energy n 160.43 +.84
EuroAdmln 78.03 -.12
ExplAdml n 57.59 -.51
ExtdAdmn 35.16 -.40
500Admln 113.17 -1.03
GNMAAd n 10.29 +.01
GrolncAd n 44.72 -.26
HithCrn 52.97 -.23
HiYldCpn 5.48 -.01
InfProAdn 25.20 +.15
InsdLTAdn 12.16 -.01
ITBdAdm n 10.38 +.03
ITsryAdmln11.45 +.04
IntGrAdmn 66.88 -.08
ITAdmln 13.19
ITGrAdmn 9.49 +.02
LtdTrAd n 10.82
LTAdmln 10.95 -.01
MCpAdmln81.68 -.53
MorgAdmn 53.17 -.15
MuHYAdm nlO.37
NYLTAdn 10.93 -.01
PrmCap rn 70.42 -.26
STsyAdml n10.71 +.03
ShtTrAdn 15.76
STIGrAdn 10.50 +.01
SmCAdmn 28.54 -.42
TxMCaprn 60.48 -.50
TtlBAdmln 10.06 +.03
TStkAdmn 29.94 -.28
WellslAdmn48.83 -.17
WelalnAdmn51.12 -.16
Windsorn 41.17 -.46
WdsrIlAdn 45.02 -.58
Vanguard Fds:
AssetAn 25.07 -.23
CALTn 11.22
CapOppn 3248 -.25
Convrtn 12.81 -.05
DivdGron 13.73 -.08
Energy n 85.40 +.45
Eqlncn 20.08 -.29
Explrn 61.81 -.55
FLLTn 11.29
GNMAn 10.29 +.01
GlobEqn 19.85 -.10
Grolncn 27.39 -.16
GrthEqn 11.13 -.02
HYCorp n 5.48 -.01
HlthCren 125.48 -.54
InfaPron 12.83 +.08
IntlExplrn 15.13 -.08
IntlGrn 21.00 -.02
IntlValn 36.50 -.09
ITGraden 9.49 +.02
rrrTTslryn 11.45 +.04
LfeConn 15.68 -.05
ifeGron 21.53 -.15
LUfelncn 13.45 -.01
LifeModn 18.82 -.08
LTIGraden 8.62 +.04
LTTsryn 11.52 +.07
Morgn 17.13 -.05
MuHYn 10.37
MulnsLgn 12.16 -.01
Mulntn 13.19
MuLtdn 10.82
MuLongn 10.95 -.01
MuShrtn 15.76
NJLTn 11.54
NYLTn 10.93 -.01
OHLTTEn 11.75
PALTn 10.93
PrecMtlsrn 34.98 +.04
PrmcpCorn 12.18 -.04
Prmcprn 67.82 -.25
SelValurn 15.60 -.19
STARn 18.74 -.06
STIGrade n 10.50 +.01
STFedn 10.58 +.02
STTslyn 10.71 +.03
StratEqn 17.96 -.17
TgRe2010n21.41 -.05
TgtRe2025n12.18 -.07
TgtRe2015n11.91 -.04
TgRe2020n21.13 -.09
TgRe2030n20.91 -.13
TgtRe2035n12.72 -.08
TgtRe2045n13.14 -.08
USGron 17.33 -.08
USValuen 11.02 -.13
Wellslyn 20.16 -.06
Welltn n 29.60 -.09
Wndsrn 12.20 -.14
Wndslln 25.36 -.33
Vanguard Idx Fds:
500n 113.17 -1.03
Balancedn 19.91 -.08
DevMktn 11.56 -.01
EMktn 27.94 -.09
Europe n 3320 -.05
Extend n 35.12 -.40
Growth n 29.41 -.09
ITBndn 10.38 +.03
LgCaplxn 22.48 -.19
LTBndn 11.33 +.06
MidCapn 17.99 -.12
Pacific n 11.35 -.01
REITrn 18.12 -.69
SmCapn 28.51 -.43
SmlCpGthn17.89 -.17
SmlCpVln 13.25 -.28
STBndn 10.14 +.03
TotBndn 10.06 +.03
Totllntln 16.90 -.03
TotStkn 29.94 -.28
Valuen 20.84 -.29
Vanguard Instl Fds:
Ballnstn 19.91 -.08
DvMktlnstn11.47 -.01
Eurlnstn 33.26 -.05
Extinn 35.18 -.39
Grwthlstn 29.41 -.10
InfProlnstn 10.26 +.06
Instldxn 112.34 -1.02
InsPIn 112.34 -1.03
TotiBdldxn 50.74 +.14
InsTStPlusn27.01 -.25
MidCplstn 18.05 -.12
Paclnst n 11.37 -.01
SCinstn 28.56 -.42
TBIstn 10.06 +.03
TSInstn 29.95 -.27
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HELP NEEDED


Three Sisters:



So close, yet



so far away


he organizers of the Three
Sisters Springs acquisi-
tion project have met a
lull in their fundraising efforts
but they will be
quick to say they
have not given up THE I
hope. Three Si
In just six purc
months, with the
help of local resi- OUR 01
dents, businesses
and organizations, Faith
they have raised 89 comn
percent of the
matching funds
needed as part of the state grant
applied for by the city of Crystal
River. As with any fundraising
effort, they realized the many
peaks and valleys the project
would go through when they first
started their effort.
The generosity of the commu-
nity in the past gives hope to the
organizers that the final funding
can be raised.
The project is on its home-
stretch in raising the last
$325,000 of $2.7 million needed
as matching funds for the city of
Crystal River's Florida Commu-
nity Trust grant application. To
reach the $325,000 goal, the proj-
ect organizers are increasing
their fundraising efforts by plan-
ning local neighborhood events,


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applying for both national and
state grants, continuing to pro-
vide presentations throughout
the community and launching a
community letter-
SSUE. writing campaign.
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sters land ple: if 3,250 folks in
hase. the community do-
nate $100 each, the
PINION: goal will be
reached. Contribu-
in the tions to the Three
uunity. Sisters Springs
project can be
made in the form of
a pledge or an outright gift. For
more information on how to do-
nate go to
www.friendsofchazz.org or
savethreesisters.org.
Citizens of Citrus County have
always shown a strong support
for a need when they realize its
importance. Organizers believe
that as' they continue to bring
awareness and urgency of the
Three Sisters Springs land ac-
quisition project to the commu-
nity, in the end the funds will be
raised. They believe the commu-
nity has the ability to look to the
future and realize the potential
Three Sisters Springs would
bring to the county both eco-
nomically and environmentally.
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EDITORIAL BOARD
Gerry Mulligan....................................... publisher
Charlie Brennan ......................................... editor
Neale Brennan ........promotions/community affairs
Kathle Stewart ..........................circulation director
Mike Arnold .................................. managing editor
CherI Harris.................................... features editor
Curt Ebitz .........................................citizen m em ber
Founded in 1891 Mac Harris ....................................citizen member
by Albert M.
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Hot Corner: RESTLESS ARMS=--


A cure for the jimmy legs
This is in regard to the person
who called in about having restless
arms. I have had mine, but mine
was my legs, restless legs. The doc-
tor gave me a prescription for
Gabapentin capsules and they
worked very good. No more twitch-
ing at night when I go to bed.
B-12
To the person with the restless
arms: I have the restless legs and I
take a B-12. It has helped me an
awful lot. I take it when I'need it.
Ditch the aspartame
This is for the person in the
paper that wanted to know about
restless arm syndrome: If you're


Opt for safety 0
(Recently) a couple of
young people were killed in
a completely avoidable mo-
torcycle accident. It is a
tragedy for the family, and, '
as a result of a few mo- .
ments of poor choices,
there will be years of sor- CAL
row. There are lessons to 563
be learned from this event. 5U "
First, young people should
know that they are not superhuman
and that they can die. Everyone
should know that a few miles over
the speed limit, if the pavement
and weather are perfect and their
reactions are right, might be OK.
But anything over the limit can get
you a ticket and if a law enforce-
ment officer tries to pull you over, is
it really worth your life to try to
avoid it by trying to outrun the offi-
cer? Motorcycles are fun to ride, but
they are no match for a car or
truck. And anyone who thinks that
it's sissy to wear a helmet is just
plain stupid. Helmets save lives just
like seatbelts in cars. And if you
don't believe that, check out the
emergency room and law enforce-
ment records. Why put your fami-
*lies through the needless pain that
these two young people did?


(


using artificial sweeteners like As-
partame, that's probably your prob-
lem. For me, Aspartame gave me,
like, I had arthritis. I stopped using
it and I'm as good as new. So
maybe that's your problem. You
should check'into it. If you're using
anything like artificial sweeteners,
that could be your problem.
Wanna be sedated?
To the person that called in and
said she had restless arms syn-
drome: Well, I suggest that maybe
she go to her doctor and get a mild
sedative so she can sleep at night,
and also maybe some Excedrin PM.
It helps, it really does.
Maybe she'd like to try that to
help with her arms syndrome that
she has.


JND Opt for safety and good
sense and live.
FF Forgive us
S Submitted by Pastor
Gene Reumann of St. Mar-
garet's Episcopal Church:
Dear Lord, forgive us! "We
have been the recipients of
the choicest bounties of
)579 heaven. We have been pre-
)U5 served, this many years, in
peace and prosperity. We
have grown in numbers, wealth and
power, as no other nation has ever
grown. But we have forgotten God.
We have forgotten the gracious
hand which preserved us in peace
and multiplied and enriched and
strengthened us; and we have
vainly imagined, in the deceitful-
ness of our hearts, that all these
blessings were produced by some
superior wisdom and virtue of our
own. Intoxicated with unbroken suc-
cess, we have become too self-suffi-
cient to feel the necessity of
redeeming and preserving grace,
too proud to pray to God'who made
us. It behooves us, then, to humble
ourselves before the offended
Power, to confess our national sins,
and to pray for clemency and for-
giveness" Abraham Lincoln, April
30, 1863.


Good administration
Gerry Mulligan's commentary
(Sunday, June 29) "Budgeting is a
tricky business" was intriguing;
however, I believe I may be able to
add some factual insight based on
my many years both as a sheriff's
office and city police department
administrator.
Mr. Mulligan appeared over-
whelmed by one police situation
the sheriff's office had to deal
with. Unfortunately, in today's so-
ciety, that is exactly what we have
law enforcement for and we give
them funds to provide the services
necessary to deal with those types
of incidents.
Unfortunately, law enforcement
is not the only public safety agency
that is challenged with dealing with
the unknown and the budgetary ef-
fect of a serious incident Fire,
emergency medical, hazardous ma-
terials, and the public health serv-
ice all have budgetary challenges.
A professional administrator re-
alizes that they do not have a blank
check to complete their assigned
responsibility. In the case cited by
Mr. Mulligan, the budgetary issues
most likely will be gas for the cars,
helicopter use and overtime. The
professional administrator will be
prepared to deal with those issues
by reducing future overtime, limit-
ing the use of the helicopter, etc.
Budgeting is one of the biggest
challenges that face any public
safety administrator, but it is a re-
ality of life and must be addressed.
I am probably one of the biggest
supporters of law enforcement but
I am also a realist Budgets must be
based on actual needs versus de-
sires or wishes. Quality manage-
ment of resources, including the


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budget provided, is totally incum-
bent on the skills of the administra-
tor
I am very curious as to why, ac-
cording to the article, the clerk of
the courts has been able to not just
hold the line, but actually reduce
her budget while all other elected
officials have had major increases.
Roger B. Krieger
Beverly Hills

Head in the sand
This is a response to Dr. William
Dixon's article that appeared in


the Sunday, June 22, edition: Don't
believe everything that you see.
It is obvious that the opening
statements Dr. Dixon makes in the
first four paragraphs about the
Bush presidency being a failure is
true.
However, in his fifth paragraph
he dismisses all of what he said as
false propaganda from the politi-
cal left He even states that Bush
"is guided by principle, not opin-
ion polls." "He speaks plainly and
means what he said."
The obvious pretext to going to
war and allowing over 4,000 troops
to be killed is not a person of prin-
ciple. Making statements that Bush
speaks plainly is ridiculous. I'm
beginning to wonder if Dr. Dixon
has ever heard Bush speak on tele-
vision?
Dr. Dixon goes on to state that oil
revenues are being shared and
production has increased in Iraq.
Why doesn't Dr. Dixon tell the
reader big oil corporations will be
taking over oil production in the
very near future?
Because of all the negativity
about Bush, Dr. Dixon blames left-
wing media. Hasn't he ever heard
of the Fox News Channel with
O'Reilly and Hannity, or Rush Lim-
baugh, Michael Savage, Glenn
Beck and Laura Ingraham? There
are far more right-wingers on the
airwaves than people who try to
give a balanced approach to the
news.
At the end of Dr. Dixon's article,
he gets downright dirty by calling
Barack Obama a Marxist. It's time
for Dixon to toss out his typewriter
and step aside.
L. M. Eastman
Lecanto


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Visitors Can Cash In At Roadshow


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Gold scrap selling big at Roadshow, as price for
metal hits record high
BY ARCHIE DAVIS
Roadshow Representative Staff Writer


Roadshow Representative Archie Davis assists a visitor with pocket watches and clocks.
The collection sold at the Roadshow for more than $2,000. Other visitors brought a
variety of items including coins, toys, dolls and trains. Admission is free and no appoint-
ment is necessary.


(Crystal River)- Clean out your attics,
closets and lock box, the Roadshow is
coming to town. Roadshow experts are in
town all this week purchasing antiques
and collectibles. While the Roadshow
will accept anything that's old they are
focusing on gold and silver, also coins
made before 1965, military items,
musical instruments, pocket and wrist
watches. Modem jewelry with diamonds
and other precious stones are also being
accepted.
One person that attended the
Roadshow brought in an 1864 Civil War
sword and a coin collection and left 45
minutes later $10,000 richer. Another was
not as lucky but seemed happy with the
$355.00 they received for broken gold
jewelry. "I think this is a great idea" said
one lady that sold her old class ring and
some broken gold chains. "The stuff was
just lying in a dresser drawer for years."
She received $248.42 for her efforts.
Jeff Parsons, the president of the
Treasure Hunters Roadshow, explained
what the show is all about. It's a chance
for anyone to sell their stuff and get what


it's really worth he said. It seems
everyone has items they have wondered
about or wants to sell but really don't
know where to go said Parsons. He said
the show has been in over 600 cities since
2001. When asked what the most
memorable experience was he had a
quick answer. "Without a doubt it was a
show in Pennsylvania when an elderly
gentleman asked if we could send
someone with him to visit an old toy
store he had closed down 50 years ago. It
was like walking back in time," Parsons
said. "The store's 50 year old inventory
was still on the shelves. The store was a
treasure trove of collectible toys. I have
never seen anything like it. It was simply
unbelievable!" It seems the store was
closed due to WWII. "I had to go serve
my country," the owner told Parsons.
Served he did for the next 35 years. The
collection of vintage toys still in their
original boxes sold for more than
$650,000. All this week Roadshow
experts will be accepting various types of
antiques and collectibles. The event is
free and no appointment is necessary.


Here is how it works:


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Ar,3 arid all eouI. made t before ti.65 Tt-if ijclu'de_ 3il
silver and gold coins, dollars, half dollars, quarters,
dimes, nickels and pennies. All conditions wanted!

We will be purchasing all types of scrap
platinum, gold and silver during this event.
Broken Jewelry, dental gold, old coins, pocket
watches, etc.
JEWELRY
Gold, Silver, Platinum, diamonds, ruby's, sapphires and
all types of stones, metals, etc. Rings, bracelets,
necklaces, all others including broken jewelry. Early
costume jewelry also wanted.

Rolex, Tiffany, Hublot, Omega, Chopard, Cartier, Patek
Philippe, Ebel, Waltham, Swatch, all others.


POCKET WATCHES
Chopard, Elgin, Bunn Special, Railroad, Illinois,
Hamilton, all others.
TOYwS
All types of toys made before 1965 including: Hot
wheels, Tonka trucks, Buddy L, Smith Miller, Nylint,
Robots, battery toys, Mickey Mouse and all others.

Train sets, accessories, individual ..., MarKlin,
American Flyer, Lionel, Harfier, all :r.n rs

Barbie Dolls, GI Joe, Shirley Temple Charaiverr
German, all makers accepted.

The older the better all types wanted


WE BUY GOLD, SILVER AND PLATINUM CASH FOR COINS
Gold prices are currently at record highs. During this event we will buy all types of gold, silver and 1.13aurn-m
This includes modem jewelry, antique jewelry, dental gold, broken jewelry of all kinds including broker, c hiar,.
bracelets, miss-matched earrings, scraps, etc. If you are nor sure if it's gold, bring it anyway and we will iel ct at
no charge. Clean out your jewelry box including white gold, yellow gold, silver and platinum. Also bu i/n all
diamonds and other precious stones.
* We buy all U.S. Coins and Currency. Single coins and entire collections. We will be buying all coir_ m 3de ,,
before 1965 including SILVER DOLLARS, HALF DOLLARS, QUARTERS, DIMES, NICKELS, PENNY,
LARGE CENTS, HALF DIMES, 3 CENT PIECES, 2 CENT PIECES, HALF CENTS, ALSO ALL PAPER MONEY
A FEW THINGS TO REMEMBER
Don't try to clean your antiques as damage may occur and devalue them.
Keep an open mind when deciding what items to bring.
Many times items you least expect are worth the most.
Toys and trains made before 1965 are very sought after by collectors and demand great prices.
Gold and Silver prices are at a 25 year high.
Your jewelry even broken jewelry can be worth a lot of money.
If you have a lot of items you can make an appointment
during the show to have representatives visit you. We also buy entire estates. a


Civil, Revolutionary, WWI, WWII, etc. Items of interest
include swords, badges, clothes, photos, medals,
knives, gear, letters, etc.
ADVERTISING ITEMS
Porcelain and metal signs, gas companies, beer and
liquor makers, automobile, implements, etc.

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* Gather items of interest
(as explained below) from your
attic, garage, basement, etc.

* Bring your items to the event

* There is no limit to the amount
of items you can bring

* No appointment necessary

* Lay out your items on the
designated table

* Speak with one of our
Association Representatives
to determine the collector
value of your items.

* If interested in selling, we will
consult our collector's database
to see if a buyer exists. 90% of
all items have offers in our
database.

* The offer is made on the
spot on behalf of our collectors
making the offer.

* If you decide to accept the
offer, we will pay you on the
spot and ship the item to
the collector. The collector pays
all shipping and handling
charges.

* You get 100% of the offer
with no hidden fees.

* The entire process only takes
a few minutes.


lTie top items ttie Roadlslhaw wants you to bring In aure:


Gold


Broken Jewelry 1 piece or a box full
Any gold coins both USA and Foreign
Ounces of gold like
Krugerrands,
Maple Leafs, etc.
Dental Gold


Coins

All US Coins dated 1964 and before
Silver Dollars
1/2 Dollars dated 1970 and before
All Quarters dated 1964 and before
All Dimes dated 1964 and before
All Nickels dated 1938 and before
All Penny's dated 1958 and before


These brands only
Gibson
Fender
Martin
Rickenbacker
Gretsch
National

Diamonds
Diamond Rings
Loose Diamonds
Diamond Necklaces
Anything Diamond
Highest prices paid for
single diamonds over
1 full carat!


.Abranham Lincoln .lcired
Documen ts

Official Government Documents
signed by Mr. Lincoln $2000 and up

Personal Letters Signed by
Mr. Lincoln $5000 and up

CiV iv War Items

Tin Type Photographs of Soldiers
Swords
Powder horns
Muskets
Hats
Uniforms
Letters


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THE TREASURE HUNTERS

ROADSHOW

July 15, 16, 17, 18, 19

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday, and Saturday
9AM 6PM


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(352) 795-4211
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We witl be Buying Antiques and Coileci tbles
Treasure Hunters Roadshow
represents over 5000 collectors worldwide. These collectors are constantly
looking for items to add to their collections. The Roadshow invites you
to bring in the types of items our collectors are looking for.
The process is simple and absolutely FREE!
Our Collectors are looking for the following tI ':p-, f items.


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Four new winners emerge at Citrus Speedway


LARRY MACMILLAN
Special to the Chronicle

Despite questionable
wa weather at 3:30 p.m. on Sat-
urday, Citrus County Speed-
way had the Figure 8 school
bus races, RV and boat trailer
race and six divisions on the
race card.
Fortunately they came in
great numbers in all divisions
and the fans definitely went
A away happy with a rain-free
show loaded with plenty of ac-
tion. Four divisions saw new
winners in Victory Lane.
Thirty minutes after the
completion of the show the
rains returned.
After three weeks off the
Late Models came back ready
to race with a 19-car field. Un-
fortunately it turned out to be
more like a demolition derby
from the get go in their 35-lap
main event with a first lap
crash going into turn one scat-
tering six cars throughout the
turn. Four of the six were
towed or limped to the pits
leaving a much shorter field
for the complete restart
Daniel Webster looked like he
was going to be the man to beat
from the outside pole and
managed to hold off the field
for most of the race before he
spun. When the checkers flew,
12 damaged cars were still
running and point leader Herb
Neumann Jr logged his third
win of the season. Neumann
was being chased by Scott Mil-
lar, Richie Smith, Troy Robin-
son and new comer Travis
Towell to round out the top
five. Heat winners were Smith,
Webster and John Gerstner.
Mini Stocks got offto a rough
start when Michael Lawhorn's
racer died in the first lap of the
first heat On the restart one
car hit the front straight wall
bouncing into Kevin Harrod
and Clint Foley. Harrod and
Foley lost all the front end
body parts and went on the
hook to the pits but were able
to make it for the feature after
repairs. Only two of eight
starters in the heat finished
the race with Richie Powers
taking the win over Steven
Smith. Seven cars took the
green in the second heat with
all cars finishing, chasing
Peter Nelson to the finish line,
who took his first heat win of
his Mini Stock rookie year The
20-lap feature was no less ex-
citing with several crashes
keeping the. drivers on their
toes. Five-time champion
George Neumann got caught
up in the most vicious crash of


the night when he took a head
on hit at full bore into the turn
one wall. Neumann just stayed
in his car while the tow truck
took him back to the pits with
the entire front end crushed
backto the windshield. Richie
Powers managed to make a
run to the front from his sixth
starting spot making the pass
on rookie Steven Smith in lap
six for the lead and his first
win of the season. Smith man-
aged to lock onto Richie right
to the checkers for his best fin-
ish of the season in second.
Rounding out the top five were
point leader Fobley, Powers and
Michael Lawhorn.
Sixteen Street Stocks took
the green flag for their 20-lap
main event and another first
time winner rode from sev-
enth to the winner's circle
after winning his third heat of
the year in the way of Tommy
.Smith. He was untouchable
even by his two. team mates
who are running first and third
in the points standing and fir-
ished second and third in the
feature. Jason Murphree out-
ran point leader Tim Quick in
the run for second ror another
Above It All Roofing top
three. Frank Stromquist. con-,
tinues to run well in a match
race for fourth with outside-
pole sitter Jason VanOchten.
Tim Quick added his sixth
heat win to his resume.
It took fournheats to qualify
the 31-car Pure Stock field.
The heavy traffic took its toll
on the finishing order with nu-
merous caution flags slowing
the race and shortened it to 15
laps. It was a green, white,
checker finish that saw the
final caution as the racers
made their final run for the
checkers and rearranging
the finishing order. When all
was said and done outside
pole sitter Rick Shahid
logged his first win of the
season over Chad Markland,
point leader John Drye, Rick
Henick and Richard Dink-
ins. Heat winners were
Tommy Smith, Shahid, Drye
and Patrick Connor.
V8 Thunder Stocks wrapped
up the regular division races
with another first time winner
in the rookie division in his
second run at Citrus County
Speedway. Derek Gray wasted
no time running from eighth to
first and leaving the rest of the
field in his dust for the win.
Jamie Shahid held out in the
top fi[e for the entire race and
locked down a second place
finish ahead of Randy Wer-


stein who caused an earlier
caution flag and busted his
way back through the field for
a third place finish. Josh Long
in the MOO car motored from
11th to fourth, outrunning
Alex Wilder to round out the
top five.
The Florida Pro Challenge
series brought a field of eight
cars to kick off the night of ex-
citement Brandon Williamson
towed in from Powder Springs,
Ga. and made it payoff with a
win in their 35-lap main event
Rounding out the top five were
Rowdy Gordon, J.L. Snowden,
Jarrett Snowden and Bruce
Gibson all from Salt Springs.
Gene Dibble took the win in
the heat
The final three events of the
night were what the crowd was
really waiting for with 17 Pro
Figure 8 school bus drivers
and 19 rookie drivers in their
two races. The intersection
looked like a bus parking lot
at the half way point during
both races so the drivers were
dirt tracking and weaving in
and out of buses that were
stopped on the track This


Citrus County Speedway Results


Super Lale Model Fearure
35 Laps-l19Cars
1. #98 Herb Neumann Jr.- Inverness
2. #20 Sco n I ii., ,a:..a
3.#33 Rc 4. #91 T. T Ro.bi .:.r, ,'.:,i
5. #14 Tra.i. Tu .ell i..h i ,
I 1, eal Winner .6 r,,- iTir,i
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Street Stock Feature
20 Laps 16 Cars
1. # 1 Tommy Smith Hernando
2: #95 Jason Murphree Homosassa
3. #97 ,Tim Quick Lecanto
4. #57 Fran .ir,:Tiquil L anr.:.'
5 e99 Ja :n v ,n '.rile-r Hud:.'.,
151 leel Winner 'g:, T.:.rr,,, Smirrnir,
2, Heal Wn',.-r '?TTim Quick
Mini Stock Feature
20 Laps 14 Cars
1. #29 Rcrie P.:v.n r He, ,:arn..

caused numerous changes in
the lead as some drivers had
to take the long way around
and others found some short
cuts. In the Pros top driver
was Jay Seykora who started
14th and picked up the lead
late in the race. He was fol-
loWed across the start finish
line by Dwayne Fults, Brent
Fults, Dustin Aaron and


2. #32 Sieve' Srih- inverr i
3. # 7 C'lin Foliy Dunriellon
4. # 9 Mark Powers- Hernando
5 4-1 Mire. Lavarin Claremrnar
1 :l H.-JI Winner #29 Racrin Po.ers
.-,,1 HEal Winner .- 18 Peter Nelson CR
Pure Stock Feature
15 Laps -31 Cars (Race Short 5 Laps)
1 : Ricv r,3nni Fioral Cril
2 n 4 Crhad Markland Irernes.:
3 a3' J.,rin Drye Inverrirue
S5. Rick Herick. Iruerne%.a
5. #69 ,: naro Dinins Burinelli
ist Heat Winrer 93 Tii Wilsorn Fl.iral Ctry
"r,.j He Winner P3 R'ck Snarij
'3r.J Hear Winner -* 39 Jr.,rn ODrv
4ir, H. it Wnnei i8 Pairic Conner Dunneilon
V8 Thunder Stock Feature
20 Laps -18 Cars
1 ':14 Derek Grey LaFinar.
.; ii .i Jarrive Shand Floral Cily
P Randy Wersiren Becieve

Travis Nichols. The crowd
caught their breath during the
driver changes and it was an-
other green flag for a 15-lap,
19-bus rookie race that had
buses scattered all over the
track and in the infield. End
result was a late entry,
Richard Dinkins, who started
19th, working his way around
all that traffic for the win


4. #00 Josih Long InvEr'es.;
5.#14 AleO Wlder Flral City
Pro Figure 8 School Bus Race
20 Laps 17 Buses
1:#85 J.3y Seyoara
2. #00 Owayne Fulls
3. #01 Brent Fults
4. #98 Dus in Aaron
5. # 6 Travs Ni: ro.0
Rookie Figure 8 School Bus Race
15 Laps 19 Buses
1. #9 R.;nard iri, iris
2 a 5 Yeriny, Dary
3. #01 Ryan 0 Neal
4. #26 We. Wisln
5. # 6, .ionn3LOrye
Camper/Boat Trailer Race
15 Laps 6 Cars
1.#85 Larr) Welier Sr
2. #23 Don Welter
3.#1t LarryTriana

ahead of Kenny Darby, Ryan
O'Neal, Wes Wilson and John
Drye.
Six boat/R.V trailer racers
went at it to wrap up the
evening of action with peren-
nial winner Larry Welter Sr.
coming up top shoe followed
Don Welter and. rounding out
the top three was the Suitcase
Race Queen Larry Triana.


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2007- Ichiro Suzuki, Seattle, AL
2006 Michael Young, Texas, AL
2005 Miguel Tejada, Baltimore, AL
2004 Alfonso Soriano, Texas, AL
2003- Garret Anderson, Anaheim, AL
2002-None
2001 Cal Ripken Jr., Baltimore, AL
2000 Derek Jeter, New York, AL
1999 Pedro Martinez, Boston, AL
1998 Roberto Alomar, Baltimore, AL
1997 Sandy Alomar Jr., Cleveland, AL
1996 Mike Piazza, Los Angeles, NL
1995- Jeff Conine, Florida, NL
1994 Fred McGriff, Atlanta, NL
1993 Kirby Puckett, Minnesota, AL
. 1992,- Ken,Grifleay Jr., Seattle, AL :1t
1991 Cal Ripken Jr., Baltimore, AL
1990 Julio Franco, Texas, AL
1989 Bo Jackson, Kansas City, AL
1988 -Terry Steinbach, Oakland, AL
1987 -Tim Raines, Montreal, NL
1986- Roger Clemens, Boston, AL
1985 LaMarr Hoyt, San Diego, NL
1984 Gary Carter, Montreal, NL
1983- Fred Lynn, California, AL
1982- Dave Concepcion, Cincinnati, NL
1981 -Gary Carter, Montreal, NL
1980 Ken Griffey Sr., Cincinnati, NL
1979 Dave Parker, Pittsburgh, NL
1978 Steve Garvey, Los Angeles, NL
1977 Don Sutton, Los Angeles, NL
1976 George Foster, Cincinnati, NL
1975 Bill Madlock, Chicago, NL, and Jon
Matlack, NewYork, NL
1974 Steve Garvey, Los Angeles, NL
1973- Bobby Bonds, San Francisco, NL
1972- Joe Morgan, Cincinnati, NL
1971 Frank Robinson, Baltimore, AL
1970- Carl Yastrzemski, Boston, AL
1969-Willie McCovey, San Francisco, NL
1968-Willie Mays, San Francisco, NL
1967 -Tony Perez, Cincinnati, NL
1966 Brooks Robinson, Baltimore, AL
1965 Juan Marichal, San Francisco, NL
1964-John Callison, Philadelphia, NL
1963 -Willie Mays, San Francisco, NL
1962- x-Maury Wills, Los Angeles, NL
1962- x-Leon Wagner, Los Angeles, AL
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All-Star Game Results
2007 American, 5-4
2006 American, 3-2
2005 American, 7-5
2004- American, 9-4
2003 American, 7-6
2002 Tied 7-7, 11 innings
2001 -American, 4-.1
2000 American, 6-3
1999-American, 4-1
1998- American, 13-8
1997-American, 3-1
1996-National, 6-0
1995- National, 3-2
1994 National, 8-7, 10 innings
1993- American, 9-3
1992- American, 13-6
1991 American, 4-2
1990- American, 2-0
1989- American, 5-3
1988-American, 2-1
1987 National, 2-0, 13 innings
1986- American, 3-2
1985-National, 6-1
1984-National, 3-1
1983-American, 13-3
1982- National, 4-1
1981 National, 5-4
1980- National, 4-2
1979- National, 7-6
1978-National, 7-3
1977- National, 7-5
1976-National, 7-1
1975-National, 6-3
1974-National, 7-2
1973-National, 7-1
1972 National, 4-3, 10 innings
1971 American, 6-4
1970 National, 5-4, 12 innings
1969- National, 9-3
1968-National, 1-0
1967-National, 2-1, 15 innings
1966- National, 2-1, 10 innings
1965- National, 6-5
1964-National, 7-4
1963-National, 5-3
1962- National, 3-1
1962 -American, 9-4
1961 -Tied 1-1,9 innings, rain
1961 National, 5-4. 10 innings
1960- National, 5-3
1960- National, 6-0
1959- National, 5-4
1959-American, 5-3
1958- American, 4-3
1957- American, 6-5
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1953- National, 5-1
1952 National, 3-2,5 innings, rain
1951 National, 8-3
1950 National, 4-3, 14 innings
1949 American, 11-7
1948 -American, 5-2
1947 -American, 2-1
1946 -American, 12-0
1945 -SNo Game
1944 National, 7-1
1943 -American, 5-3
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4 1933 Comiskey Park, Chicago
411111111111111934 -Polo Grounds, New York
44 4 4b0. 1935 Municipal Stadium, Cleveland
1936 Braves Field, Boston
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S0 1938- Crosley Field, Cincinnati
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1950 -Comiskey Park, Chicago
S1951 Briggs Stadium, Detroit







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-1957 Busch Stadium, St. Louis
^"- 1958 -Memorial Stadium, Baltmore
195944- Forbes Field, Pittsburgh
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. 1960 -Municipal Stadium, Kansas City
*1960 -Yankee Stadium, New York
1961 -Candlestick Park, San Francisco
1961- Fenway Park, Boston









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S. -194762 -Wrigley Field, Chicago
S1963- Sportsman'sMunicipal Stadiumrk, St.Clevelandouis
1964 Shea Stadiumeld, New York
1965 CoMetropolitan Stad.rk, ChBloomington, Minn.
_* 195166 Briggusch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis
S 196752- Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, Calif.
a 196853- Astrosley Fieldome, HousCincinnation
S 196954- MuR.F.Kennedyicipal Stadium, ClevelWashington
197055- Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnatiukee
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1972 BuschAtlanta Stadium, Atlantaouis
1973 Memorioyals Stadium, Kansas Cityimore
1974 59- FoThree Rivers Stadiumld, Pittsburgh
1975 Memorial Coliseum, Milwaukee
1976 VeteransMunicipal Stadium, Philadelphias City
196077 -Yankee Stadium, NewYork
196178 Jack Murphy Stadiumrk, San Francisco
-196179- KiFenway Parkgdome, BoSeattleon
1980 62- D.C.odger Stadium, Los Ashingtoneles
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1982 64- SheaOlympic Stadium, Montrealw York
1983 65- CoMetropolitan Stad.rk, ChBloomington, Minn.
1984 66- BuCandlestick Park, Stadium, St. Loun Francisco
198567- A naheim Stadium, Anaheim, Calif.
-W1986 Astrodome, Houston
1987 69- OaR.F. Kennedy Stadiseum, Oakland, Calgton
1988 70- Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati
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1990 -Wrigley Field, Chicago
1991 72- Atlanta Stadium, Atlaoronto
1992 RoyJack Murphy Stadium, San Diegoty









1993 Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Balt.
1994 -Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh
1995 CountyBallpark at Arlington, Texas
1996 Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia
1977 -Yankee Stadium, NewYork









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1998 Coors Fieldome, Denver
1999 80- Dodger Stadiumrk, BostoAngeles
1982000 Mu nicipal Stadium, Cleveland
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1982003- U.S. Celluly Par Field, Chicago
1982004 CaMinute Mastick Park, HouSan Francisco
1982005- MetCrodomerica Park, Minneapolis
1982006 PNC Parkodome, HoPittsburghston
1982007 Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, ciscoa.
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2010 993- Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Bait.heim
1994 -Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh
1995 The Ballpark at Arlington, Texas
1996 Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia
1997 Jacobs Field, Cleveland
1998 Coors Field, Denver
1999 Fenway Park, Boston
2000 Turner Field, Atlanta
2001 Sateco Field, Seattle
2002 Miller Park, Milwaukee
2003 U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago
2004 Minute Maid Park, Houston
2005 Comerica Park, Detroit
2006 PNC Park, Pittsburgh
2007 AT&T Park, San Francisco
2008 -Yankee Stadium, New York
2009 Busch Stadium, St. Louis
2010 Angel Stadium, Anaheim


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RUNS-Kinsler, Texas, 84; Pedroia, Boston, 67;
ISuzuki, Seattle, 63; MiYoung, Texas, 63; JDrew,
Boston, 63; Quentin, Chicago, 62; Crawford,
Tampa Bay, 62; BRoberts, Baltimore, 62.
RBI-Hamilton, Texas, 95; Quentin, Chicago,
70; Morneau, Minnesota, 68; JGuillen, Kansas
City, 65; Youkilis, Boston, 63; DaMurphy, Texas,
60; MRamirez, Boston, 60.
HITS-Kinsler, Texas, 134; Pedroia, Boston,
124; ISuzuki, Seattle, 119; Morneau, Minnesota,
118; MiYoung, Texas, 118; Hamilton, Texas, 117;
JoLopez, Seattle, 113.
DOUBLES-Kinsler, Texas, 34; BRoberts, Bal-
timore, 33; JGuillen, Kansas City, 29; Pedroia,
Boston, 28; Huff, Baltimore, 28; Markakis, Balti-
more, 26; JoLopez, Seattle, 26; Crosby, Oakland,
26; Ibanez, Seattle, 26.
TRIPLES-BRoberts, Baltimore, 8; AJones,
Baltimore, 5; Inglett, Toronto, 5; Granderson, De-
troit, 5; Crawford, Tampa Bay, 5.
HOME RUNS-Sizemore, Cleveland, 23;
Quentin, Chicago, 22; Hamilton, Texas, 21; Dye,
Chicago, 21; Bradley, Texas, 19; Giambi, New
York, 19; ARodnrguez, New York, 19.
STOLEN BASES-Ellsbury, Boston, 35;
ISuzuki, Seattle, 34; Upton, Tampa Bay, 27;
BRoberts, Baltimore, 27; Kinsler, Texas, 23; Rios,
Toronto, 23; Crawford, Tampa Bay, 23.
PITCHING (11 Decisions)-Matsuzaka,
Boston, 10-1, .909, 2.65; CLee, Cleveland, 12-2,
.857, 2.31; ESantana, Los Angeles, 11-3, .786,
3.34; Sonnanstine, Tampa Bay, 10-4, .714, 4.58;
Saunders, Los Angeles, 12-5, .706, 3.07; GFloyd,
Chicago, 10-5, .667,3.63; Duchscherer, Oakland,
10-5, .667,1.82; Padilla, Texas, 10-5, .667, 4.70.
STRIKEOUTS-Burnett, Toronto, 126;
Sabathia, Cleveland, 123; ESantana, Los Ange-'
les, 122; Halladay, Toronto, 121; JVazquez,
Chicago, 117; Beckett, Boston, 107; CLee, Cleve-
land, 106.
SAVES-FRodriguez, Los Angeles, 38; Papel-
bon, Boston, 28; Sherrill, Baltimore, 28; Nathan,
Minnesota, 27; Soria, Kansas City, 25; MRivera,
New York, 23; CWilson, Texas, 22.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
BATTING-CJones, Atlanta, .376; Pujols, St.
Louis, .350; Berkman, Houston, .347; Holliday,
Colorado, .337; Nady, Pittsburgh, .321; Theriot,
Chicago, .320; CGuzman, Washington, .313.
RUNS-HRamirez, Florida, 80; Berkman,
Houston, 79; McLouth, Pittsburgh, 69; Utley,
Philadelphia, 68; JReyes, New York, 68; Beltran,
New York, 67; Bay, Pittsburgh, 64.
RBI-Howard, Philadelphia, 84; CaLee, Hous-
ton, 76; Berkman, Houston, 73; AdGonzalez, San
Diego, 71; DWright, New York, 70; Utley, Philadel-
phia, 69; Teixeira, Atlanta, 69.
HITS-CGuzman, Washington, 126; JReyes,
New York, 119; DLee, Chicago, 117; HRamirez,
Florida, 116; Berkman, Houston, 116; Atkins, Col-
orado, 112; CJones, Atlanta, 112.
DOUBLES-McLouth, Pittsburgh, 33; Berk-
man, Houston, 30; McCann, Atlanta, 27; Rowand,
San Francisco, 27; Hart, Milwaukee, 26; CGuz-
man, Washington, 26; DLee, Chicago, 26.
TRIPLES-JReyes, New York, 10; FLewis, San
Francisco, 9; SDrew, Arizona, 5; CJackson, Ari-
zona, 5; BPhillips, Cincinnati, 5; Rollins, Philadel-
phia, 5.
HOME RUNS-Howard, Philadelphia, 28;
Dunn, Cincinnati, 26; Utley, Philadelphia, 25;
Braun, Milwaukee, 23; Uggla, Florida, 23;
HRamirez, Florida, 23; Burrell, Philadelphia, 23.
STOLEN BASES-Taveras, Colorado, 39;
Pierre, Los Angeles, 35; Bourn, Houston, 32;
JReyes, New York, 32; Rollins, Philadelphia, 24;
HRamirez, Florida, 23; Kemp, Los Angeles, 22;
Victorino, Philadelphia, 22.
PITCHING (11 Decisions)-Lincecum, San
Francisco, 11-2, .846, 2.57; Lohse, St. Louis, 11-
2, .846, 3.39; Volquez, Cincinnati, 12-3, .800,
2.29; Sheets, Milwaukee, 10-3, .769, 2.85; Zam-
brano, Chicago, 10-3, .769, 2.84; Webb, Arizona,
13-4, .765, 3.23; Kendrick, Philadelphia, 8-3, .727,
4.47.
STRIKEOUTS-Lincecum, San Francisco,
135; Billingsley, Los Angeles, 128; Volquez,
Cincinnati s, Philadelphia, 126; Cain,
San Francisco, 121; JSanchez, San Francisco,
115; JSantana, New York, 114.
SAVES-BWilson, San Francisco, 25;
Valverde, Houston, 24; KWood, Chicago, 24;
BWagner, New York, 22; Gregg, Florida, 20; Lidge,
Philadelphia, 20; Lyon, Arizona, 19; FCordero,
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PGA Tour Statistics
Through July 13
Scoring Average
1, Phil Mickelson, 69.45.2, Kenny Perry, 69.47.
3, Anthony Kim, 69.55.4, Luke Donald, 69.58.5
(tie), Stewart Cink and Sergio Garcia, 69.60.7,
Adam Scott, 69.62. 8, Padraig Harrington, 69.63.
9, Robert Allenby, 69.68.10, Vijay Singh, 69.71.
Driving Distance
1, Bubba Watson, 314.3.2, J.B. Holmes, 310.7.
3, Dustin Johnson, 309.6. 4, Robert Garrigus,
307.6. 5, Brett Wetterich, 304.1. 6, Steve Allan,
302.1. 7, Adam Scott, 301.5. 8, Tag Ridings,
301.1.9, Anthony Kim, 301.0.101 Harrison Frazar,
300.9.
Driving Accuracy Percentage
1, Olin Browne, 79.38%. 2, Mark Brooks,
76.41%. 3, Fred Funk, 76.25%. 4, Zach Johnson,
75.92%. 5, Larry Mize, 74.45%. 6, Bart Bryant,
74.32%. 7, Scott Verplank, 73.75%. 8, Heath
Slocum, 73.25%. 9, Billy Mayfair, 73.23%. 10,
Chez Reavie, 73.00%.
Greens in Regulation Pct.
1, Hunter Mahan, 70.37%. 2, Robert Allenby,
70.32%. 3, Briny Baird, 70.19%. 4, Kevin Suther-
land, 69.53%. 5, Harrison Frazar, 69.05%. 6,
Stewart Cink, 68.87%. 7, Vijay Singh, 68.59%. 8,
Justin Leonard, 68.34%. 9, Kenny Perry, 68.11%.
10, Bubba Watson, 68.03%.
Total Driving
1, John Merrick, 92. 2, Nicholas Thompson,
101.3, Jason Gore, 104.4, Charles Warren, 105.
5, Jason Bohn, 106.6, J.J. Henry, 108.7, Mathew
Goggin, 111.8, Joe Durant, 112. 9 (tie), John
Rollins and Paul Casey, 118.


Putting Average
1, Daniel Chopra, 1.726.2, Bob Tway, 1.729.3,
Brian Gay, 1.735.4, Nathan Green, 1.736.5, Jeff
Quinney, 1.737. 6, Ryan Palmer, 1.740. 7, Luke
Donald, 1.743.8, Craig Kanada, 1.745. 9 (tie),
Scott Verplank and John Mallinger, 1.746.
Birdie Average
1, Padraig Harrington, Ryan Plamer and Adam
Scott, 3.97. 4, Phil Mickelson, 3.94. 5, Kenny
Perry, 3.93.6, Stewart Cink, 3.87.7, Camilo Ville-
gas, 3.75. 8 (tie), Tommy Armour III, Scott Ver-
plank and J.B. Holmes, 3.72.
Eagles (Holes per)
1, Stewart Cink, 106.0. 2 (tie), Mathias Gron-
berg and Adam Scott, 108.0. 4, Nick Watney,
111.6.5, Matt Jones, 113.4.6, Justin Rose, 118.8.
7, Mark Calcavecchia, 123.4. 8, Kevin Stadler,
126.0.9, Mark Hensby, 132.0. 10, Dustin John-
son, 136.0.
Sand Save Percentage
1, Corey Pavin, 65.67%. 2, Dudley Hart,
65.12%. 3, Ted Purdy, 64.81%. 4, Daniel Chopra,
63.16%. 5, Gavin Coles, 61.90%. 6, Jose Co-
ceres, 61.54%. 7, Phil Mickelson, 61.25%. 8, Mike
Weir, 61.11%. 9, Brian Gay, 61.06%. 10, Craig
Barlow, 60.61%.
All-Around Ranking
1, Adam Scott, 288. 2, Stewart Cink, 309.3,
Phil Mickelson, 329.4, Pat Perez, 338.5, Anthony
Kim, 345.6, Justin Leonard, 384.7, 384.7, Camilo Ville-
gas, 395.8, Kenny Perry, 399.9, Chad Campbell,
400.10, Robert Allenby, 408.
PGATOUR Official Money Leaders
1, Tiger Woods (6), $5,775,000.2, Kenny Perry
(19), $4,331,350. 3, Phil Mickelson (14),
$3,959,500.4, Stewart Cink (15), $3,718,671.5,
Anthony Kim (14), $3,256,622.6, Justin Leonard
(17), $2,945,007. 7, Geoff Ogilvy (14),
$2,745,454. 8, Vijay Singh (15), $2,582,531.9,
Ryuji Imada (16), $2,423,877. 10, Sergio Garcia
(12), $2,397,170.
LPGA Tour Statistics
Through July 13
Scoring
1, Lorena Ochoa, 69.2174. 2, Annika Soren-
stam, 69.9592. 3, Paula Creamer, 70.4590. 4,
Suzann Pettersen, 70.5652. 5, Yani Tseng,
70.6042. 6, Jeong Jang, 70.7241. 7, Na Yeon
Choi, 70.8750.8, Song-Hee Kim, 70.9783.9, Kar-"
ne Webb, 71.0244.10, Karen Stupples, 71.0769.
Rounds Under Par
1, Lorena Ochoa, .761.2, Annika Sorenstam,
.755.3, Song-Hee Kim, .630.4, Yani Tseng, .625.
5, Paula Creamer, .623.6, NaYeon Choi, .607.7,
Suzann Pettersen, .587. 8, Jeong Jang, .586. 9,
Karen Stupples, .577.10 (tie), Seon Hwa Lee and
Morgan Pressel, .542.
Eagles
1, Sophie Gustafson, 10.2, Na Yeon Choi, 8.3
(tie), Lorena Ochoa and Jee Young Lee, 7.5 (tie),
Marisa Baena and Sandra Gal, 6. 7 (tie), Becky
Lucidi, Kristy McPherson, Brittany Lincicome,
Candy Hannemann, Allison Fouch, Angela Stan-
ford and Karen Stupples, 5.
Greens in Regulation
1, Lorena Ochoa, .765.2, Annika Sorenstam,
.747.3, Helen Alfredsson, .737.4, Paula Creamer,
.736.5, Suzann Pettersen, .722.6 (tie), Jane Park
and NaYeon Choi, .721.8, Song-Hee Kim, .712.
9, Wendy Ward, .709.10, Karrie Webb, .707.
Top 10 Finishes
1, Lorena Ochoa, .833. 2, Annika Sorenstam,
.615.3, Paula Creamer, .500.4, Inbee Park, .412.
5, Na Yeon Choi, .400.6, Christina Kim, .375.7,
Karrie Webb, .364. 8, Suzann Pettersen, .333. 9
(tie), Jeong Jang and Eun-Hee Ji, .313.
*Driving Distance
1, Brittany Lincicome, 269.9.2, Lorena Ochoa,
269.4. 3, Jee Young Lee, 268.9.4, Suzann Pet-
tersen, 268.2. 5, Becky Lucidi, 267.8. 6, Maria
Hjorth, 267.6.7, Sophie Gustafson, 267.2.8, Yani
Tseng, 264.1.9, Wendy Doolan, 262.2.10, Karen
Stupples, 262.0.
Sand Saves
1, Su A Kim, .686.2, Lorena Ochoa, .625. 3,
Heather Daly-Donofrio, .594.4, Ai Miyazato, .592.
5, Sarah Lee, .575. 6, Taylor Leon, .571. 7, Alli-
son Hanna-Williams, .560. 8, Russy Gulyana-
mitta, .556. 9, Teresa Lu, .548. 10, Jeanne
Cho-Hunicke, .545.
Birdies
1, Paula Creamer, 225.2, Inbee Park, 219.03
(tie), Na Yeon Choi and Cristie Kerr, 207. 5,
Lorena Ochoa, 206. 6, Jee Young Lee, 205. 7,
Sun Young Yoo, 204. 8, Giulia Sergas, 197. 9,
Jeong Jang, 196.210, JiYoung Oh, 194.
Driving Accuracy
1, Yu Ping Lin, .848.2, Meena Lee, .822.3, So-
phie Giquel, .815.4, Becky Morgan, .814.5, Sung
Ah Yim, .795. 6, Morgan Pressel, .794. 7 (tie),
Seol-An Jeon and Sherri Steinhauer, ,789.9, Eun-
Hee Ji,.788. 10, Meg Mallon, .785.
Putting Average Per Round
1, Seo-Jae Lee, 28.37.2, Inbee Park, 28.60.3,
Minea Blomqvist, 28.64. 4, Marisa Baena, 28.76.
5, Mi Hyun Kim, 28.80. 6, Soo-Yun Kang, 28.89.
7, Mhairi McKay, 29.05.8, Julieta Granada, 29.09.
9, Birdie Kim, 29.12.10, Giulia Sergas, 29.13.
Putts Per Green (GIR)
1, Inbee Park, 1.73.2, Cristie Kerr, 1.74.3 (tie),
Hee-Won Han, Minea Blomqvist, Eun-Hee Ji and
Giulia Sergas, 1.76. 7 (tie), Suzann Peftersen,
Lindsey Wright, JeongJangJand Paula Creamer,
1 .77
Champions Tour Statistics
Through July 13
Charles Schwab Cup
1, Jay Haas, 1,671 Points. 2, Bernhard Langer,
1,413. 3, Scott Hoch, 1,026.4, Loren Roberts,
1,003.5, Jeff Sluman, 796. 6, Nick Price, 708.7,
Denis Watson, 669.8, John Cook, 650.49, Tom
Watson, 633. 10, Lonnie Nielsen, 531.
Scoring Average
1, Loren Roberts, 69.65. 2, Bernhard Langer,
69.74.3, Nick Price, 69.75.4, Jay Haas, 69.76.5,
John Cook, 70.00. 6, Eduardo Romero, 70.06.7,
Jeff Sluman, 70.10.8, Scott Hoch, 70.14.9, Scott
Simpson, 70.22.10, Fred Funk, 70.24.
Driving Distance
1, Tom Purtzer, 295.6.2, Joey Sindelar, 293.1.
3, Sandy Lyle, 293.0.4, Eduardo Romero, 292.1.
5, Lonnie Nielsen, 289.3.6, Keith Fergus, 286.9.
7, Jay Haas, 286.4. 8, John Harris, 285.4.9, R.W.
Eaks, 285.2.10, Bernhard Langer, 284.5.
Driving Accuracy Percentage
1, David Edwards, 75.89%. 2, Hale Irwin,
75.45%. 3, Bruce Fleisher, 75.00%. 4, Mark Mc-
Nulty, 73.81%. 5, Bob Gilder, 73.76%. 6, Scott
Simpson, 73.59%. 7, Boonchu Ruangkit, 73.21%.
8, John Cook, 72.86%. 9 (tie), Fred Funk and
Larry Nelson, 72.62%.


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We are open 8:00 A
M till 4:00 P M
Monday-Friday.
Week-end and
evenings by
appointment.
All Cats and Kittens
are altered, tested
for Feline Luk and
Aids. Up to date on
vaccines for age
appropriate.
Phone
352-563-2370
Visit us at
www.hofspha.org.
or stop by our of-
fices at 1149 N Co-
nant Ave Corner of
44 and Conant.
Look for the big
white building with
the bright paw
prints.

o Event
a, Tickets
TAMPA BAY BUCKS
SEASON TICKETS
stadium club, split /2
Season or by game
only, (757) 777-4425
SSituation
6 Wanted

Christian Lady
Seeks Employment,
Multi Talented
(352) 527-4853

ELDERLY & HANDI-
CAP CARE. 27 yrs
exp. Non smoker/
Beverly Hills area.
352-270-8377

Websites

A FREE Report of Your
Home's Value
www.naturecoast
livng.net


SChild Care
S Personel
PRE SCHOOL
DIRECTOR
Directors Credentials
& Exp required.
Please send resume
to Citrus County
Chronicle
Blind Box 1464-P
106W, Main St
Inverness Fl 34450
SClerical/
S Secretarial
RECEPTIONIST
For Veterinary
Hospital, in Floral City
352-726-7388
l Personal/
u Beaut
SERENITY DAY SPA
"Best of the Best"
Looking for:
NAIL TECHS
* HAIR DESIGNER

Apply in Person.
1031 N. Commerce
Terrace, Lecanto

S Medical








of Citrus County
A Skilled Facility has
openings for:
RN UNIT
MANAGER
For skilled rehab
unit. Req's good
communication
skills. Exp preferred.
RN/LPN's
3-11 Full time and
PRN
RN/LPN's
Full time 11-7
CNA's
11-7
Apply in person
Woodland Terrace
124 Norvell Bryant
Hwy. Hernando

ADVOCATE
HOME HEALTH
CARE
Needs exp. field
RN/LPN
FT/PT
Competative
salary.
Call 352-746-2549
Fax 352-746-2952
Lecanto, FL

DENTAL
HYGIENIST

Must be: Commit-
ted to excellence
In ALL aspects of
practice. Submit
resume with hand-
written cover letter
to; P.O. Box 1718
Inverness, Fl 34451
EARN AS YOU LEARN
CNA Test Prep/CPR
Continuing Education
352-341-2311

LPN/RN
All Shifts

AVANTE
AT INVERNESS
Is currently accept-
ing applications for
LPN/RN for full time
3-11 & 11-7 shifts.
Please Apply
in Person at:
304 S. CITRUS AVE.
Inverness or email
resume to: tcypret@
avantegroup.com
or fax resume to
352 -637-0333

MEDICAL ASST.

With Phlebotomy
Exp. or LPN,
For Doctors Office.
Please fax resumes
to: 352-527-7215


SMedical

MEDICAL BILLER/
BILLING SUPERVISOR
FT/PT w/OBGYN
Experience
FAX RESUME TO
352-794-0877

Oncology
Group Practice
.F/T/ RN/LPN
*Pharmacy
Tech
*Phlebotomist
*Med. Records
Mon-Frl. 9a-5pm
Insurance/401K,
Competitive Salary
Fax Resume to:
(352) 746-6333

P/T,RN
Non medicare,
Home/Hosp. Visits
Interim Health Care
(352) 637-3111

PR / HR Assistant
Part-time
Must have PR or
Accounting exp.
Fax resumes to
726-5038
RECEPTIONIST
FRONT DESK

Medical Assistant
or CNA preferred,
computer exp.
For busy primary
care MD Office,
Fax Resume To:
352-489-5786

SProfessional

CREDIT
MANAGER
Career Opportunity
Seeking dynamic &
energetic people
who enjoy working
In the credit/
collections area.
Must have good
communication
skills. HS diploma,
min. 3 yrs exp in
accounting/ book-
keeping, loan pro-
cessing and/or
collections & a
valid drivers license,
Apply In person at
657 SE Hwy 19 Crys-
tal River FI 34429
No Calls Please!
Only those candi-
dates selected for
interviews will be
contacted.
EOE

ESTIMATOR
Site & Utility Co.
seeks exp'd Estima-
tor. Competitive
salary & benefits,
Call
HB Industries @
(352) 563-1424
PARALEGAL
Law firm seeks
motivated Certified
Paralegal Knowl-
edgeable in legal
research and
writing. Estate &
Probate, Experi-
ence required
Good Benefits &
Pay. Mall Resume
to
VanNess & VanNess
PA
1205 North Meeting
Tree Blvd. Crystal
River, Fl 34429
Or Fax to:
352-795-0961
Exp. .NET Dev.
Local Software Firm.
lnfo@mobiform.com
Restaurant/
ui Lounge
EXP. LINE COOK
Apply at:
CRACKERS
BAR & GRILL
Crystal River


ZRestaurant/
u1 Lounge
LINE COOKS

Apply Within
MARGUERITE GRILL
(352)'628-1336

WAIT STAFF
Wed-Sun 8-2

THE COUNTRY DINER
5490 S Florida Ave.
(352) 344-1267

SSales Help

Customer Serv
Representatives
Wanted to work,
FT/ or PT, Mon.-Fri.
For More Info. Call
Staff Plus
1-888-333-9903

HEALTH / LIFE
AGENTS
AFFILIATED HEALTH
INSURER HAS
OPENINGS FOR
3-4 TOP
PRODUCING
AGENTS FOR THE
CRYSTAL RIVER
AND INVERNESS
OFFICES TOP
COMMISSIONS -
LEADS ALL A
RATED CARRIERS
Call Jim Hicks
352-795-3329
PT SALES
Sunday & Monday
Ted's Sheds
Crystal River. 239-
344-2906 or aliciat@
tedssheds.com

VILLAGE

SELECT
APPLICANTS
WANTED

Village Cadillac
Toyota/Scion is
looking for
motivated, confi-
dent self-starters w/
outstanding work
ethic. Unlimited
Income Potential.
Extensive training
seminar by the #1
Sales School.
We offer:
Paid Training
Best Pay Plan
in Area
Blue Cross/
Blue Shield
401K w/Employer
Contribution
Paid Vacation
Dental Plan
Promotion from
within
No experience
necessary.
Please apply in
person at:
Village Cadillac
Toyota/Scion
2431 S. Suncoast
Blvd. Homosassa
We are a Drug Free
Workplace

Trades/Skills

EXP'D. ROOFERS
NEEDED

Commercial & Res.
Crew. Must have
valid Driver's lic. &
willing to work.
Start Immediately
(352) 341-3921

EXP. PLUMBERS
In ALL Phases
and Service,
Exp. Plumbers
I Need Only Apply. |
352-621-7705
L iimmm i .in
Plumbers
Foreman,
& Exp. Helpers
Needed for
commercial work,
Benefits,
competitive wages.
DFWP
Call (352) 726-5601


STrades/Skills

Wanted Person for
Furniture Delivery,
ware house and
window treatment
installer.
Must have clean
Driver Licenses.
Willing to do all the
above, Fax Resume
to: 352-746-4486





NEWSPAPER
CARRIERS
NEEDED

Citrus Springs
Hernando
Routes
Rugged Vehicle
May Be Required
Experience desired
But not Required!l
Call 563-3201
Leave name,
Address and
Call back Number





General
S Help

CIRCULATION
DISTRICT
MANAGER
Coordinate the
delivery and
service to
customers for the
daily Citrus County
Chronicle and
other publications
within an assigned
geographic area.
Nights, early
mornings and
weekends required.
Responsibilities
include but are
not limited to:
recruitment and
orientation of In
dependent
contractors, con-
tract negotiations,
maintenance
of service levels
and delivery
quality, route
management,
timely and
effective assistance
to customers and
contractors, and
circulation growth.
Excellent written
and oral
communication
skills, basic
computer skills.
customer service
skills and a High
School diploma a
must. The ability
to work well with
others in a
structured, high
stress environment,
to physically
lift up to 501bs and
drive a delivery
truck a must.
Minimum one-year
newspaper
experience or
management
experience
preferred.
Successful appli-
cants must pass
pre-employment
drug screening,
have a valid Florida
drivers license.
Insurance and a
dependable
vehicle.
Apply in person at:
Citrus County
Chronicle 1624 N.
Meadowcrest Blvd
Crystal River, Fl.
or mail to:
hr@chronicleonline.
cam
or Fax:
352-564-2935

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S General
o Hel
Beverly Hills
Winn Dixie

F/T Meat Cutter

Great Pay & bene-
fits. Must Have Exp.
(352) 746-7080
P/T KENNEL
WORKER

Mature Individual,
Flexible hours.
Apply Weds, Thurs or
Fri. Ask for Betty
(352) 563-2370
TOWER HAND
Starting at $9.00/hr.
Bldg Communication
Towers, Travel, Good
Pay & Benefits. OT,
352-694-8017 Mon-Fri
SPart-time
IL Help

RECEPTIONIST

20 hrs per week.
County club
setting, Must have
excellent customers
service & computer
skills. Fax Resume to:
(352) 746-9033

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ANNONCN Large Storage Units ZENITH Integrated
ANNOUNCING FprLge Aluminium stereo system.
SWe Move w/wood structure Vintage 1970's. $50.
I Sheds Call Dave for Info 352-637-7248
SThe Shed Store (352) 628-4162

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2-9x7 Garage Doors, 41, Bad Credit No solid steel spoke Wholesale Prices
1 Entry Door, 2 Vnt nts, problem. Lease toI wheels, yard -one $78 0.




4" Concrete Slab -322)on44729280
b4' oceeSa Own Car Garages ornament $200. obo 2 n$814.00
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2 Vents, IEnryceDs-PolKea mty PumCO2
2 Vents. c Entry Door, RI AlsoAvail, Free
4' Conc/nrete Slab Yl 1 -800-542-3877 o49
$16,795M INSTALLED Your World p dnes odsh ELERIC RANGE in
35x50x12(3:12 pitch)$-el WOOD BUTTERf
Roof overhang, CHURN antique wood ABC Briscoe Appl.
2-10xlO Roliup Doors. m w.chrrdcin butter churn Refrlg., washers,.
2 Vents, 1 Entry Door, $125.00 352-341-2107 stoves. Serv. & Parts
4" Concrete Slab (352) 344-2928
$30295 nstalled
* Fl. Engineered Plans o CollectibleI BEERMEISTER
4 A local Fl Manufact. 04 DRAFT BEER BAR 1/4
* Meets or exceeds Keg empty and C02
Florida wind codes. ** r BAVARiA HANDLED tank Included. $200.00
* Conc/lnst by others. I-R NCIr SERVING DISH hand (352)489-0887
* Many sizes avail. ',. s painted serving dish
METAL Structures LLC bavaria with handles ELECTRIC RANGE in
866-624-9160 $35.00 excellent condition. self
Lic CGC060565 old hand made dove cleaning oven.asking
www. metal wcrhroridc'ohns om nesting box primitive $100 call anytime,
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Appinc !eJ Office TI ools,
AC 2/2 Ton HP. split (3) Rolling File Bends 10" Table Saw,
unit, $1,200.3A/2 Ton locking w/keys, good Sears, $150.
HP cond. 4 split unit cond. Ideal for 12" Tilt Band Saw,
$700. (352) 464-3748 private Docoments Sears, $100.
MAYTAG- $127 for all (352) 628-3949
WASHER/DRYER (352) 503-3831 Delta 6 in. Jointer
$75 each $150.

h Portable AC, e 10" Bench Saw
8000e3 BTU Thurs. SURPRISE $150.
FreeS standing, Employee Auction (352) 746-3898
1 yr. old used 4 times July 17, 4:30PM NEW SHOP FOX 1.5
$200. Prev. Noon hp dust collector, 1280
(352) 382-8959 The guys emptied 5 cfm, 20 feet of 4" dust
REFRIGERATOR full storage units of an collectorhose$325.00
Hot Point White avid flea marketer to firm (352)341-0679
good working cond incl. comply. retro BR [
150.352)e560-4211 set up, ass't. bottle 2TVs/StereOS
UPIGHt FR R jacks, acytolene weld 1c m0ldn
UPRIGHTFiREEZER6equip. + parts,2%B A
$100 or best offer reese hitches' o/B 53"SONY REAR
352-637-0413 motors, ncl. Evinrue, PROJECTIONTV
Washer & Dryer chainsaws, huge lot non-HD in excellent

$325. pressor, taps, dies, A Toshiba 35" TV
(352) 465-0405 treasure ot unopened wI wood stand,
WASHER AND DRYER tool boxes + lots af $225.
and Dryer. Excellent 4000S.41, Inveess (352)563-2121
condition. $100.00 ludleysauctioncmding
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Amana Range, listed at concrete paving blocks
both like new, $395 wwwnaturecoast 18"x18"$3.00 each
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10
Barter FOR A Charter
Will exchange service
or Items for Charter.
Trips from $250 -$650
Call (352) 447-3818

ITree Service

A TREE SURGEON
Uc. & Ins. Exp'd
friendly serv. Lowest
LtesL Free est.
352-860-1452
AAA TREE SPECIALIST
Bucket Truck, Trim,
Topping, Cleanout,
Removal, Feeding.
25 yrs. exp./ Free Est.,
Ins./Lic. 352-341-1489
D & R TREE SERVICE
All phases of tree
work, no job to big or
too small, lic.. Ins., ref.,
Cheap Prices, *
352-302-5641
All Tractor/Dirt
Service Land Clear,
Tree Serv.. Bushhog,
Driveways. 302-6955
COLEMAN TREE SERV.
Trim & Removal. Lic.
Ins. FREE EST. Lowest
rates. 352-270-8462
DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Hauling,Cleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852
D's Landscape &
Expert Tree Svc
Personalized design.
Stump Grinding &
Bobcat work. Fill/rock
& Sod: 352-563-0272
GRIFFIN'S Full service
Tree Shrub* Lawn
*Landscaping. FREE
EST. Sen. Discounts
Lic, 352-527-3496 Ins.
OSBORNE'S
Lawn/Tree/Shrub
Quality Work Free Est.
LOWEST
RATES GUARANTEED!
Uc (352) 400-6016 Ins
REAL TREE SERVICE
& LANDSCAPING
Our Prices
Are Painless
Lic. 352-220-7418 Ins.
0 Stucco/
j Plasterin
All Walls Stone &
Plastering, 25 yrs. exp
Res./Comm. Lic./Ins.
#2858, (352) 445-2673



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"CAN YOU DIG IT?"
Heavy Equipment
School. 3 wk. training
program. Backhoes,
Bulldozers, Trackhoes.
Local job placement
asst. Start digging dirt
now! (866) 362-6497
Wanna COOL Job??
Start a New Career
as a Nationally
Certified HVAC
Technician! 3.5wk
program. No
Experience. Local job
placement assis-
tance. Call it's HOT!
(877)994-9904.

SComputers

On-Site Some Day
Service Available
'All Computers
*Affordable Rates
Certified Tech's
Networking
'Virus/Spyware/
Pop- Removal
(352) 341-4150
www.fasfteks.com
PC SLUGGISH?
Get a tune-up by
Keith. EC-C certified.
352-634-1584
SWebsite
Hosting
WEB SITE HOSTING
Free Site Builder
Affordable. Reliable
HostingPreferred.com
352-601-2413
Accou ntin/
oe Bookkeeping
ANN'S
BOOKKEEPING
30 Yrs Experience.
Quik books, payroll,
Sales Tax,.Etc
352-465-4434

I Carpet
S Re air
Carpet Factory Direct
Sales *Install Repair
All types, Restretch,
Clean, 352-341-0909
REPAIR SPECIALIST
Restretch.Installation
Call for Fast Service
C & R SERVICES
Sr. Discount 861272

Painting
10
Chris Satchell Painting
& Wallcovering.
work fully coated. 30
yrs. Exp. Exc. Ref. Ins.
352-705-6533,
352-464-1397
CALL STELLAR BLUE
All Int./ Ext. Painting
Needs. Lic. & Ins. FREE,
EST (352) 586-2996
3rd GENERATION
SERVICE Int./ Ext.
Painting, Lawn.
Trees, & Landscaping
Lic/Ins. FREE Estimate
10% Off Any Job.
(352) 201-0658
Cheap-Cheap DP
Press.Clean & Paint
Husband & Wife
ULic.&Ins. 637-3765


JOHN GORDON
ROOFING

SQuality Work* Reasonable rates
S* FREE Estimates
*Family Owned & Operated
S NO GIMMICKS

$100 off Re-roof
>$50 off Repairs over $300

CHECK US OUT!
795-7003* 800-233-5358
We participate in a Drug Free Workplace
Lic. #CCC1325492


Painting

BAll omerepaire
int/ext paint. Mobile
Home Renovations.
#0259169
MALLEY'S HOME
MAINT.
(352) 220-9486
All Phaze
Construction
Clean, Quality paint-
ing & repairs. Faux fin.
#0255709
352-586-1026
Armstrong
Decorating, Inc.
Painting Contractor
35 yrs In Citrus Co
Call the BESO
795-3563/302-4902

DAVE RODGERS
PAINTING. Lic/Ins
Int/ext re-paints the
right way. Satisfac-
tion guaranteed
20 yrs exp. In Citrus
Co. 352-212-3160









FERRARO'S
PAINTING SERVICE
Interior, Exterior.
Free Estimates.
Pressure Cleaning.
(352) 465-6631
INTERIOR/EXTERIOR
& ODD JOBS. 30 yrs
J. Hupchick Lic./Ins.
(352) 726-9998
Mike Anderson
Painting Int/Ext
Painting & Staining.
& Pressure Washing
Call a professional.
Mike (352) 464-4418
PRESSURE WASHING
PAINTING and
HOME REPAIR
Lic/Ins. 20 yr exp
ask for
Mike Davidson
352-860-0761

Boats

AFFORDABLE Boat
Maint. & Repair
Mechanical/Electric
al. Custom Rig.
John (352) 746-4521
PHIL'S MOBILE MARINE
All Makes & Models
AlkWork Guaranteedl
352-220-9435 Phil
l Lawnimower
S Repair
Mower Repair,
Hernando. Pick up &
delivery, Don Mead
352- 400-1483
N Kitchen
o & Bath
BATHTUB REGLAZING
Old tubs & ugly
ceramic tile is re-
stored to new cond.
All colors avail.
697-TUBS (8827)


Care For |
1 the Elderly
GREENE ACRES
AFCH, LLC Accepting
residents Prvt /Semi
Lecanto 746-7318
HEAVEN SCENT
private Liv facility
Alzhelmer/Dementia,
NoLorobiem 621-3337
MD621
ki Child Car:e |
6, Services,|
DAVIDSON DAYCARE
Low Summer Rate, St.
Cert. (352) 527-4124
Now Enrolling
Mature, Loving, re-
sponsible woman, my
home. Refs. 18-ys.
exp. Inverness High-
lands (352) 344-8927
"Home/Office
o Cleaning

Joy Barber's Clean
House_63-01I15
basic hse.cleaning
wkly/biwkly/monthy
Natural Cleaners
Avail. House Sitting
rentals/resales /Lic
Free Estimate
NANCY'S CLEANING
"A Touch of Class"
Full Line of Services
(352) 628-2774
Quality housekeeping
Exp'd, w/lntegrltyl
2BR $50.; 3BR 60.
(352) 563-0036

Cabinet

AFFORDABLE
CABINETS & COUN-
TERTOPS New & re-
model (352) 586-8415
Beautiful NEW
Kitchen Cabinets
Very Reasonably
Priced! (352)795-2789
Cell (772)263-1159

S Aluminum


FL
RESCREEN
352-257-1011
30 yrs exp. I panel
or complete cage
(familyowned/oper)
SUBURBAN IND. INC.
Screen rms. Carports,
vinyl & acrylic
windows, roof overs,
garage screen
doors, siding,
soffit fascia. Lic#2708
(352) 628-0562 *
S Pressure
" Cleaning
CALL STELLAR BLUE
All Int./ Ext. Painting
Needs. Lic. & Ins. FREE
EST, (352) 586-2996


Cope's Pool & Pavers
Pool Cleaning Service,
Interlocking Brick Paver,
Patio & Driveways, Coping
With Pool & Deck Problems

For Over
15 Years!

"Free Quotes"
S Lic. & Insured

6 352-400-3188




o2009r, asess o
Are you spending too much money on
cooling or heating?
Old, worn out A/C systems
COST YOU MONEY
Upgrade NOW to a new
ENERGY EFFICIENT SYSTEM

352-746-9484
Lic.#CAC058291 RESIDENTIAL

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[4 Cleaning
AUGIE'S
Pressure Cleaning
352-220-2913
Father & Son
Pressure clean &
gutter cleaning.
352-527-1097
Mike Anderson
Painting, Int/Ext
Painting & Staining,
& Pressure Washing
Call a professional.
Mike (352) 464-4418
PICARD'S Pressure
Cleaning & Painting
Roofs w/no pressure,
houses,.drlveways. 25
yrs ex lic/ins 341-3300
PRESSURE CLEANING
Driveways, roofs,
mobiles, home etc.
Kerry (352) 795-4204
454-8373

SHandyman

#1 A+TECHNOLOGIES
All home repairs. Also
Phone, Cable, Lan &
Plasma TV's Installed.
Pressure wash &
Gutters Llc.5863
(352) 746-0141
Andrew Joehi
Handyman.
Gen/Malnt/Repairs
Pressure cleaning.
Lawns/Gutters. No
Job too smaIll Rell -
able Ins. 0256271
352-465-9201
All Home repair,
Int/ext paint. Mobile
Home Renovations.
#0259169
VALLEY'S HOME
MAINT.
(352) 220-9486







FAST! AFFORDABLE!
RELIAB E! Most repairs
(352) 257-9508
General Home
Improvement, Exp.
Low Prices, FREE Est.
Llc.3541 352-216-9016
HANDYMAN
If Its Broke Jerry
Can Fix It. Lic#189620
352-201-0116

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SMaintenance Inc.
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(352)860-0111


SElectrical
#1 A+TECHNOLOGIES
All home repairs. Also
Phone, Cable, Lan&
Plasma TV's installed.
Pressure wash &
Gutters Lic.5863
(352) 746-0141
All Electrical Needs
MALLEY's ELECTRIC
352-220-9326 or
255-4034
Lic#ec0001840
HODSON SERVICES
Fans built/Installed
$50, lights exchanged
$35 (352) 795-0019
(352) 257-9341
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Furniture, clean-outs,
Dump runs & Brush
Low $$$ 7 day service
726-2264/201-1422





Travel Trailer Towing
Across Town/Across
Country, Reasonable
(352) 746-0802
10 Floor
o Coverin j
A1A CARPET
Installation & Repairs,
carpet, vinyl, tile, etc.
lic & Ins. Satisfaction
gar. (352) 503-7034
ALL FLOORING
Sales & Installation
Senior Discount
352-637-3211
Carpet Factory Direct
Sales *Install *Repair
All types, Restretch,
Clean. 352-341-0909

Pavin

VIGLIONE LLC Asphalt
Paving, Seal Coating,
Landscaping Free Est.
Llc.(352)726-3093 Ins.

S Fencing

Rocky's Fencing
Working In Citrus
County for 25 yrs.
Free Est., Lic. & Ins.,
352 422-7279
FENCES BY DALLAS
25 Years In County
Free Est., Res./Comm.
Lic./Ins. (352)795-1110
A 5 STAR COMPANY
Go Owens Fencina.
All Types. Free Est.
Comm/Res. 628-4002


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All AROUND TRACTR
Londclearing.
Hauling, Site Prep,
Driveways. ULic. & Ins.
(352) 795-5755
Barnyard II Fencing
Serving Citrus Co.
Since 1973. FREE Est.
(352) 726-9260
CR FENCING
BEST PRICE IN TOWN
call now Free Est.
(352) 726-7378

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New Systems &
Repairs.lns.Lic.3000
*SO-ALLYVARE-
IESCut outs & New
Homes. Installed &
Rolled. A.L. EVANS
352-422-0641

Roofing

Gouda Roofs
5% off
Repairs/Re-roofs
lic Rc29027344 ,
795-7570

JOHN GORDON
ROOFING
352-795-7003
See our ad below

4-h Concrete

BIANCHI CONCRETE
Driveways-Patios-
Sidewalks. Estimates
Lic#2579/lns, 257-0078
B&D Custom
Concrete Resurfac-
Let us bring design
& beauty to your
existing concrete.
Lic/Ins 382-4852

Better Prices
CONCRETE WORK
Lic. #2059, 628-4830
DEAN HELT MASONRY
INC. Slabs. Driveways,
footers, walks, patios,
block work, layout to
lintel #CC1697
352-344-3326
Decorative concrete,
River rock resealing,
Pebble paving River
Rock 344-4209
Father & Son
Decorative Concrete
Stamp, stain, spray
deck, cracks.
352-527-1097
ROB'S MASONRY
& CONCRETE Slabs,
driveways & tear outs
Lic.1476 726-6554
All Tractor/Dirt
Service Land Clear,
Tree Serv., Bushhog.
Driveways. 302-6955

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Capote Construction
Bathrm. Remodeling
Tile Install./Carpentry
Best Prices! #057196
(352) 228-3804


s Remodeling

MOLD REPAIR &
Removal, additions
decksa, all home
repairs, 40 Yrs Exp.
State Lic 344-3536
563-9768
W. F. GILLESPIE
Room Additions
Home Construction,
Garages. Baths,
Kitchens CRC 1327902
(352) 344-0009
www.wfglllespie.com

co Ceramic
A QUALITY TILE JOB
Showers, Firs,
Counters Etc.
(352) 422-2019
Lic. #2713, Insured.
FREE ESTIMATES
Bath Remodellng.
Honest & Dependa-
LIC.#2551
352-266-1600
TILE INSTALLER
Bathroom remodel-
ing & handicap. Lic/
Ins. 2441. 795-7241

a Drywall

Drywall Tape, Finish
& Texture Specialist
When Quality Matters
Tommy Light Ent. Inc.
(352) 726-7881
JD DRYWALL
New construction,
remodels & repairs
Lic#2791 Free Est.
(352) 476-2342
ROCKMONSTERS,
INC. St. Cert.
Metal/Drywall
Contractor. Repairs,
Texture, Additions
Free est.220-9016
Lic.#SCC131 149747

|n Dirt Services

FILL, ROCK, CLAY, Stn
Drives Etc. All types of
Dirt ServiceCall Mike
352-564-1411
Mobile 239-470-0572
All AROUND TRACTOR
Landclearing,
Hauling, Site Prep,
Driveways. Lie. & Ins.
(352) 795-5755
ATOP SOIL SPECIAL*
3 Yd -$75/5 Yd $85
10Yd $175/20Yd $275
Stone/Mulch Avail.
352-302-6436
All Tractor/Dirt
Service Land Clear,
Tree Serv., Bushhog,
Driveways. 302-6955

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Service Land Clear,
Tree Serv., Bushhog,
Driveways. 302-6955
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Hauling, Site Prep,
Driveways. Lic. & Ins.
(352) 795-5755


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3rd GENERATION
SERVICE Int./Ext.
Painting, Lawn.
Trees, & Landscaping
LiUc/Ins. FREE Estimate
10% Off Any Job.
(352) 201-0658
CIRCLE T SOD
FARM, INC
Residential/Comm
Installation, Cutouts
Family own/oper.
Specializing In
Water friendly Bahia
352-400-2221
D's Landscape &
Expert Tree Svc
Personalized design.
Stump grinding &
Bobcat work. Fill/rock
& Sod: 352-563-0272
Real Tree Service
& Landscaping
Meet or Beat any Est.
Lic. 352-220-7418 Ins.

S Lawn Care

"El Cheaps" Beat any
Price. We do it All.
Call 352-563-9824
Or 352-228-7320
3rd GENERATION
SERVICE Int./ Ext.
Painting, Lawn,
Trees, & Landscaping
Lic/Ins. FREE Estimate
10% Off Any Job.
(352) 201-0658
A TROPICAL LAWN
Famn. owned & oper.
Satisfaction Guaran.
257-9132/257-1930
Andersen's Lawn Serv
Mowing. Trimming,
Clean Up Low Rates
1-352-277-6781
Conner Lawn &
Home
Maintenance. Call
For all Your maint
needs. Free Est
Llc(352) 341-3930
DUN-RITE Lawn Serv
Mowing, Tree/ trim
Sm Tractor work
Debris Cleanup
352-302-4686
Father & Son Comm/
Res. Rock & mulch
installation, debris
removal 527-1097
GRIFFIN'S Full service
Tree Shrub* Lawn
Landscaping. FREE
EST. Sen. Discounts.
Lic. 312522_496 Ins.
MULCHING, HAULING
LAWN DEBRIS,
Sodding, Lawn Care
352-228-1805
Nelsons Lawn Service
Mowing, Trimming,
Mulching, Free Est.
Lic/Ins. (352) 563-2118
OSBORNE'S
Lawn/Tree/Shrub
Quality Work Free Est.
LOWEST RATES
GUARANTEED
Lic (352) 400-6016 Ins
Stevels Lawn Service
Mowing & Trimming
Clean up, Uc. & Ins,
(352) 797-3166


Uic/Ins.
352-746-6087

Ziegler's Lawn &
Landscape,
Professional,
Quality
dependable serve
Uc & Ins.
Resldentlal/Comm
628-9848/634-0554


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I 16Years Exp. *Is
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estimate
(352) 591-3641
POOL REPAIRS?
Comm. & Res., &
Leak detection, Ilc.
2819,352-503-3778

W Water

WATER PUMP SERVICE
& Repairs- all makes
& models. Anytime.
344-2556, Richard
Misc.
Services

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Flat Fee MLS $299
Buyer Rebates
Credit Repair

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Gutters

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6" Seamless Gutter
Best Job Availablell
LIc./lns. 352-860-0714

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Quality Pricel
6" Seamless
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621-0881


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WComputers/
Video
Complete PC Systen
Det Dimension 2400
512 Kb, 40 gig Hrd
Drv, Win. XP DVD/RV
& more Like New
$325 (352) 634-0432
COMPUTER DOCTOR'.
1h Mi. SE Inv. Walmar
Repairs -all PC's &
Laptops, Pentium-4
computers w/XP-Pro
$199 (352) 344-4839
DIESTLER COMPUTERS
Internet service, New
& Used systems, part:
& upgrades. Visa/
MCard 352-637-5469
www.rdeelli.com
I Farm
Equipment
Farm TRACTOR
885 Case '76 42hp
Runs Good 'comes
with box blade &
bushhog $3,650
(352) 447-5869
|N Outdoor
Furniture
CHAISE LOUNGERS
PVC with pink/grey ny-
lon mesh cushions.
$30. ea or Best Offer
726-2649
HAMMOCK Sturdy
frame, weather resist-
ant fabric with pillow
Nice!$50 Call
352-746-4219
PATIO DINING SET
Better Homes &
Garden. 5 chairs.
Blue/wh stripe. $175
PVC Lounge/cushion.
$25. 352-382-1821
ROPE HAMMOCK
Over-sized, sturdy steel
frame Excellent condi-
tion! $75 Call
352-746-4219

Furniture

Pre Owned Furniture
Unbeatable Prices
NU 2 U FURNITURE
Homosassa 621-7788
ART TABLE. Metal &
adjustable. $10.
36" round 2 person
table. $25.
352-527-2769
BEDS % BEDS : BEDS
The factory outlet
store For TOP Notn'l
Brands Fr.50%/70% off
RetallTwin $119; Full
$159; Qu. $199; King
$249 Call 795-6006
BUNK BED SET
Including beds,
mattress's, dinosaur
blanket sets, sheet sets
$250 FIRM!!! 527-3187
CIRCA 1930 Bonnet
top chiffonier. 3 doors
w/mirrors + 5 drwrs.
$300. Smith Corona
Typewriter elec.
w/memory. $30
352-586-0148
COUCH,
ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER brand new
blue & grey couch $100
entertainment center
$50 (352)341-1658
DINETTE SET Table
and six chairs, on cast-
ers. 42x54 to 72 w/leaf.
Peach, white & wood.
Very good condition.
Asking $350 or BO.
Phone 352-726-0492
Dinning Rm. Set,
mahogany, oval ta-
ble, w 2 leafs,
6 chairs, matching
chin. cab. w/lIght
very good cond. $400
obo (352) 795-9187
ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER 3 pos. bev-
eled glass in doors,
lots of storage fit upto
37" TV $450. Din Table
& 4 chairs $75. coffee
tab beveled glass top
$50 (352) 465-2070
ETHAN ALLEN ROLL
TOP DESK-Antique
dark pine, high quality
craftsmanship, dove-
tailed drawers, shelves,
built in desk light, 2
large file drawers, fin-
ished on all 4 sides.
$550, 352/746-2707
FUTON Queen size,
natural finish solid ma-
ple frame w/arms, 8"
mattress. Like new.
$175. 352-382-5951
KING SIZE BEDROOM
set. All wood. $875.
Orig cost $4,000.
Corner Curio. $75
352-637-0765
Lg. Entertainment
Cntr. light oak, 86L x
84H, x 21D $300.
Lg. Computer Desk
w/ drawers, formica
$100., (352) 628-3949
LOVE SEAT
Beige/ Tan Suede
overstuffed cushions
great cond. Tan &
cream paisley print
matching chair,
great for den $150
(352) 503-3831
LOVE SEAT
blue,green,burg
50.00.chairs floral or
mauve 25.00each.
3524465186
LOVE SEAT Floral pat-
terned, removable seat
and back cushions-very
comfy $100
352-795-0445
PANASONIC FLAT
SCREEN Silver grey TV
like new $145. Hook
up for camera/
dvd/surround sound.
352 795-4754
Preowned Mattress
Sets from Twin $30;
Full $40.Qn $50; Kg
$75. 628-0808
SOFA & LOVESEAT
MUTED PLAID. DOWN
WRAPPED CUSH-
IONS, COIL SPRINGS.
$400.00
ROCKER/GLIDER.
$25.00 CALL
561-762-7326
SOLID WOOD Chester
drawers 4ft wide 6
drwrs. $50. 2-Drwr
Oak File Cabinet. $30.


352-586-0148
TABLES ACCENT
Washed oak coffee and
2 end tables in like new
condition. All for
$125.00. Call
352-382-8007
TEAL LEATHER Sofa,
Love seat with match-
ing coffee table and two
end tables with lamps.
(Set Only) $650.00
352-212-5875
The Path's Graduates,
Single Mothers,
Needs your furniture.
Dining tables, dressers
& beds are needed.
Call (352) 746-9084

Garden/Lawn
co Supplies
(2) 10x12 Smith Built
Aluminium Sheds
$700 each obo
(352) 726-7219


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352-817-1731
Portable Generator,
Coleman, Pulse 1850
120VAC/1500W
Runs like new
$300.
(352) 249-6360
Power Washer,
Husky, 1650 $85.
Stihl Chain Saw
16" bar, chain, brake
& guard $100.
(352) 527-2378
PROCOMP 6AL
IGNITION BOX
procomp,6al 100.00
1.6 roller rockers
for sm ford 90.00
352-503-6615
QUICKUTZ BLUE DIE
TOOL portable die cut
machine $35
352-201-2764
SIZZIX SIDEKICK
W14DIES portable die
cut machine $20
352-201-2764


General

BAND SAW 10 inch
sears band saw 35.00
352-560-7492
Tires(225/50R/16)less
than 1500 miles,
245.00 OBO
352-527-1812(Home)
352-302-9498 (mobile)
YARD SALE ITEMS
yard sale items -large
amount -buyer must
take all. $100..call be-
tween 10am & noon.
527-4676
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I Garden/Lawn
co Supplies
21"Snapper
lawnmower rear
wheel drive, $130
(352) 344-5021
30" CRAFTSMAN real
engine. 13.5HP
w/bagging attach-
ment. $325. Exc
cond. 352-527-6670
Craftsman Riding
Mower, 42" cut
$350
Utility Trailer 4 x 7,
$275.
(352) 746-7357
DR LEAF AND LAWN
VACUUM Walk-Behind
model 6.5 HP self pro-
pelled elec-start less
than 10 hours on unit.
new over $1600.00 Sel
for $1100.00.
Tel.-(352)860-1808
Lawn Tractor,
Troy-bilt, 42", 18HP
B & S Intek,
w/ metal trailer
$875.
(352) 527-2378
LAWNMOWER-
eXmark 36" Commer-
cial 5-speed with sulki
seat $800.00
727-366-8668
POWERMOWERANDWEE
DEATER 21inch
power mower with
bagger and weed eater.
excellent condition.
$100 for both 352 419
4272
Riding Mower,
Yard Machine 42" Cut
Mulcher, used 20-25
hrs. $525/obo.
(352) 465-0721

I Plants

Ligustrum,3 -6 ft.
Beautiful each
$3.25
(352) 586-2590

S Garage/
o Yard Sales
HOMOSASSA
Moving Salel Fri. 18,,
Sat. 19, & Sun. 20, 8-5
7379 S. Suricoast Blvd.
1 ml. S. of Howards
Flea Market,
Rain or Shine!

n General

(1) FORD Alloy
5 spoke wheel
w/P225/55R/16 tire.
like new, $75.
352-795-6736
2 BF GOODRICH
TIRES Ruggard Trail
T/A, 265-70-17, New
Take Offs, 500 miles,
$89 each.
352-527-4317
AIR CONDITIONER
SEARS 5450 BTU'S
$45.00
COMPUTER CABINET
2 DOOR LITE OAK
$50.00 352-527-4319
CHAINSAW sears 14
inch chainsaw needs
rope35.oo as is
352-560-7492
COPIER AND SOFA
BED Lanier 6625 cop-
ier $200 Blue sofa bed
$200 352-746-5232
DANBURY MINT FSU
SANTA & MRS CLAUS
$50 great condition in
box 352-201-2764
DELL COMPUTER
$ 100. Stereo & speak-
ers $60, Teak stereo &
TV stand coffee table
& 2 ends tables $400.
(352) 560-4211
DINNER DISHES
Big Sky "Homestead"
Lodge Stone ware
Collection, deer
design, 10 pl setting
w/Extras $135
352-628-4915
Entertainment Center
solid oak, 65"L, x 62"H,
21 "D, fits 42" TV $250.
Panasonic Flat Screen
36" TV $150.
(352) 860-0212
FLOORING
New Armstrong sheet
vinyl 6'x7' Starstep
pattern. $70.
352-621-7586
FURNITURE Computer
Desk 35.00, Cher-
rywood curio 100.00
3524465186
GENERATOR,
Coleman, 5000 watt,
good cond, $350.
(352) 527-4319
Honda Gen 2000
$350 3 burner wood
stove front load, New
$350 Kayak/Canoe
rack fits 6ft bed holds
4-6 $350 352 226-6711
HOUSEHOLD GOODS
Pair of lamps with
nitelites $35.
Heavyduty dropleaf ta-
ble and 2 chairs $35.
(352)527-3073

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Place any General
Merchandise Ad for
FREE on our all new
CLASSIFIED SITE.
5 Days, 5 Lines.
2 Items totaling less
than $100.00 each.
Go to:
chronicleonline.com
and click place
an Ad In the top right
hand corner.
KINGSIZE
WATERBED FRAME 6
drawer pedestal, $99
352-817-1731
MILWAUKEE TOOLS
RADIO $65 cash. .
ELECTORNIC ROOM
FILTER Kenmore like
new. $60 cash. Call
352-563-0934.
ONAN MOTOR HOME
GENERATOR $100 or
Best offer
352-637-0413
ONE PIECE STOVE &
MICROWAVE Both
work fine. $99


24hrs A DAY AT OUR
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Hair Salon Equip.
3 comb out sta-
I tions, 6 hair dryers,
2 shampoo stations,
burgundy$2500
(352) 212-5736

g Medical
S Equipment
JAZZY PRIDE electric
mobility chair. Good
quality, price & cond.
$300/obo
352-637-4279 Iv mess.
LEGEND 3 WHEEL
SCOOTER. $350.00.
PRIDE POWER CHAIR
$375., (352) 628-9625
Mobility Sport
Scooter, Red,
chrome, luggage
rack, 2 spds., high &
low, excel. cond.
Faid $1,800 asking
400.(352) 621-0320
PRIDE ELECTRIC
Mobility Chair
Exc Cond $400
(352) 746-8687
WHEELCHAIR Folda-
ble light weight with feet
rest. Vinyl seat and
arm rests. $99.00
Phone 352 527-1171
Musical
Iolnstruments|
Kohler & Campbell
Spinet Piano
Walnut finish,
w/ storage bench
excel, cond. $350
(352) 527-2378
Yamaha organ
2 keyboard
$400 (352)726-8984
YAMAHA ORGAN
Yamaha Organ with
bench, ear phones,
music books and
access.$99.00 call
746-9483 by phone
746 9483

E Household

6 FT. SLIDING PATIO
DOOR UNIT white trim
with screen, track and
hardware. Excellent
condition $100.00
352-344-4183
1600 BISSELL CARPET
CLEANER. Used once.
12 amp, extra tank.
$100. 352-527-2769
WHITE EMBOSSED
VERTICAL BLIND 7
ft.x 6 ft.8 inches All
hardware included.
Excellent condition.
$50.00 352-344-4183
1 Fitness f
t Equipment
Cross Training
Weight Machine,
Sears, $75.
(352) 795-7617
GOLD'S GYM WEIGHT
BENCH & PRESS
RACK: FID, Leg-Lift,
Preacher Curl; Lat.
$180. 352-634-1459
Nordic Trac,
360 w/ free motion
multiple stations,
strength training
MSRP $1,599.
Sell $750, like new
352-270-0191

For Sale I,,
STATIONERY RE-
CUMBENT BIKE Nor-
dic Track stationery
recumbent bike
equipped with pro-
grammable strength
challenges, pulse
monitor, odometer,
and fan. Excellent
condition $100.00
Anne or Ron
746-2698

SSporting
uA Goods
GOLF CART
Good shape. $1,195
352-795-2631
GOLF CART/ CLUB
CAR. Ughts, wind-
shield. Exc. cond.
$1600. 352-564-2756
GOLF CART/CLUB
CAR. Gas 4 cycle.
4-person, lights, horn.
Great cond. $1,800.
352-621-1241
LIFETIME BASKET-
BALL GOAL $65 Fully
assembled, like new
condition, 1 1/2 years
old 746-3615
SPARE TRAILER
TIRE. 4.80/4.00x8.
Four bolt pattern. New,
never used. $20 cash.
Call 352-563-0934.
WE BUY GUNS
On Site Gun Smithing
(352) 726-5238
WEATHERBY .223 Cali-
ber, Stainless Rifle.
Like new. Pepper-
wood stock, Very
Accuratel $600. With
scope. 970-412-5560
Lecanto
WHITE METAL
DETECTOR, 76 Col-
lectible, coin master
model 2TR
Delux-semi. submergl-
ble works great incl.
ear phone/manuel
$150 obo(352)
637-3939
Utility .
o Trailers
4V2 X 8ft., Trailer
All Alum.with loading
ramp, very light
weight and strong.
Uke New $895.
(352) 795-7285
BUY* SELL*TRADE
Trailers, Parts,
repairs, tires, wheels
EZ PULL TRAILERS
(352) 564-1299
CARGO, UTILITY, BOAT
100 trailers in stock
GULF TO LAKE SALES
352-527-0555

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Chihuahua PuppIes
a Tea cBup & toy
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Brrles, before e 1920
Call Tom
Cell # (813) 310-5100


S Pets

3 Long Haired
Chihuahua Puppies
Incl. a Tea cup & toy
Well Puppy Papers &
current shots $400.
(352) 302-6347
BRUSSELS GRIFFONS
Born Good Friday,
5 Females
parents on premises
Call (352) 795-0698
Chi-A-Dach Puppies
health records,
certificate puppy
chow, toys,
Cash Only $350. ea.
(352) 564-0986
COLLIE PUPPIES
Tri headed white males
& females $350
352-445-0764


i Livestock

Guinea Fowl 10wks
$10.Laying hens w/
Brn eggs $10./5 Fern
Goats &l male $75ea
(352) 560-0370
352-212-2397
n Mobile Homes
S For Rent

BEVERLY HILLS
Home 2bd garage
$575/mo+ sec,
Incl water/swr/garb
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/2 $475/mo + sec.
HOMOSASSA
2/1 $400/mo + sec.
3/2 $650/mo + sec.
3/3 DW $700 + sec.
LECANTO
2br. $480/mo+sec.
Inci water/swr/garb
Don Crigger
Real Estate
(352) 746-4056
352-746-0052
CR Riv./Hernando
Rent/Sale 1, 2 & 3 BR's,
No pets, Ist/Ist/dep
352-795-5410
CRYSTAL RIVER
2/2 ,1 acre. $625.
lst/L/S. 843-639-9325
CRYSTAL RIVER
3 Bdrm. $575 mo. 352-
795-9537 or 586-9259.
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/2, 2ac. Fence, shed,
wrkshp, $600/mo 1st.
Ist, sec. (352) 563-9944
CRYSTAL RIVER
55+ RENTALS. LOTS &
Start $300/mo..
130S. Suncoast Blvd.
352-795-9049
FLORAL CITY
2/1, $450 no pets.
(352) 201-0714
HERNANDO
2/2, DW Bonus Rm, Ig.
Fl. rm. 1450 sf. C/H/A,
hottub, $650/ mo.
Ist, & sec. No Pets
352-860-1571
HOMOSASSA
2/1 SW, South of
Homosassa $550/mo
$600 sec $1150 to
moves In.
Water/sewer garage
p.u. & lawn maint inci
NO PETS yrly lease
req.352-302-0822
HOMOSASSA
2/1, 1/2 ml. off hwy. 19,
quiet area, $450 F/L/S
No pets 352 628-4121
HOMOSASSA
3/1 w/additlon, stor-
age bldg 2.5 acres
(352) 628-0164
HOMOSASSA
Furn. 2/2 SW, clean,
quiet, fl. rm., porch,
fen. yd., 15 min. to
water. (352) 302-0061
INVERNESS
2/1, $350 + $350 sec.
Heatherwood 2/1
$400 + $400 sec.
Hernando 2/1 $450 +
$450 sec. (352)
697-1359
INVERNESS
2/2,55+, H/Cap
Acces. gated comm.
$525. (239) 410-9011
INVERNESS
3/1, newly remod-
eled. $475. Close in.
352-212-4477
Inverness
3/2, scrn.por., W/D,
Great Loc. $695. mo.
(352) 560-3355
INVERNESS
55+ Lakefront park
Nice park models lor
2BR Scr.porch, appL,
water incl. Fish piers.
Beaut. trees $350/up
Leeson's352-476-4964
INVERNESS
Brand New SW $450
mo + dep, 2 BR, 1-12
BA, vinyl/shingle, Inc.
appi, air, lot rent,
Inverness MHP 55+
Doris, 352-302-2824
LECANTO
2/2, Dbid carport, DW
1st ist dep. appl. fee
Sr. Park. 352-746-1189

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352-628-0041

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$37,900. Delivered
and Set, $0-Down
Land/Home $650.
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(352)307-2244
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New 2008
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28x50 3/2 country
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construction 30-
19-22 insulation,
18" ceramic tile,
$10,000. in
upgrade options,
buy for only
$52,900.
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352-621-9183


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V, For Sale
Lake Panafoffkee
2/2, 75 x 120 lot
$52,900
(352) 748-5005
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Salell
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Chassahowitzka
2/2, No dogs. Boat
slips, gulf access $475
up+ Sec 352-382-4235

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And Land
5 ACRES
2/2, SW furn., porch
2/1, SW, roofover,
porch, w/Work shop
& pole barn $142k
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TAYLOR MADE
HOMES
Clearance Sale
-all models on
sale. All must
go! Come by
and save,
homes starting
@ $32,900. Used
-New-Repo's
352-621-9181

CRYSTAL RIVER
5 Acres, 3/2 1600 sq
ft., w/office. Very
private, paved Rd.
Deck, shed, work-
shop, visit fsbo.com
Listing #21502904
Price Reduced $10K
$159,000.
352-212-8794

Golden Terrace
Estates, Inverness
2 b, 1-1/2. 72 Buddy,
as is, split plan, on 2
fenced lots w/shade &
citrus. Scr porch. Scr
breezeway to dbl car-
port and Ig utility rm.
2 stor/workshops.
$55K
1/2 down, bal terms
352 344 4419

HOME & LAND
3/2 Lg. country
Kitchen, on
private oak
treed V2 acre
New home
under warranty
$30,000. below
appraised value
Must see, only
$2,500 down
$568.40/mo
WAC
352-621-9181

HOMOSASSA
New Home 3/2
1550 sq. ft. on
i acre,-Garage,:
fenced yard,
nice trees,
grassed yard.
Don't miss outi
$119,900.
financing



INVERNESS
1 acre, paved street,
nice neighborhood,
motivated seller.
$59,900. Call Harbey
352-584-5278;
352-726-4831
INVERNESS
3/1.5, I2 mol fenced
$59,900 obo
storm shelter. 124 N.
East Av. 352-465-5201
904-318-8958

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TODAY'S
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PUTNAM MORT-
GAGE & FINANCE,
LLC
Competitive Ratesll
SPre-Approvals
By Phone.
,- Mobile Homes
with land
Slow Credit Ok.
.- Purchase/Ref.
FHA,VA, and
Conventional.
.- Down Payment
Assistance.
Call for Detallsl
Tim or Candy
(352) 563-2661
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HOMOSASSA
BEST HOUSING VALUE.
Lease to Own Brand
New 24x44 3/2 In 55+
Park, Carport & many
upgrades, $3k Down
& $ 447 /mo for 20
Years + Lot Rent
(352) 628-5977


Mobile Homes
In Park
14 X7 2/2, 55+ Park
sunroom, patio,
remodeled, furnished
$49,500 352-419-5513
HOMOSASSA
WEST WIND VILL 55+
New/Resale Mo-
biles Great Park!
Greater Deals. $20 -
$60k 352-628-2090

SUMMER MODEL
Close Out Sale
NEW Home $55,000.
2BR/2BTH Furnished
& Landscaped
Below Dealer Cost
352-795-7161

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Home 2bd garage
$575/mo+ sec,
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CRYSTAL RIVER
3/2 $475 + sec.
Homosassa
2/1 $400/mo + sec.
3/2 $600/mo + sec.
3/3 DW $700 + sec.
LECANTO
2br. $480/mo+sec.
Incl water/swr/garb
Don Crigger
Real Estate
(352) 746-4056
352-746-0052
HOMOSASSA
NEW 3/2/2. appl. In-
cluded, $800 + dep.
(941) 928-5067
INVERNESS
2/1 Screen room.
Immediate $625/mo
(352) 603-0345
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CRYSTAL RIVER
2BR Near town $600+
Dep. (352) 563-9857 '
CRYSTAL RIVER
r NEW Apartments
2BR/1BA & 2BR/2BA
Furnished & Unfurn.
Close to Progress
Energy, 1st. &Sec.
from $700 month
(352)795-1795 appt.
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7mos min $475/up
795-7261 /No pets
FLORAL CITY
1/I, $350/mo. $500
sec. City Water. No
pets. (352) 344-5628
FLORAL CITY
LAKEFRONT 1 Bedrm.
AC, Clean, No Pets
(352) 344-1025
i ApartmentsI
S Unfurnished
CRYSTAL RIVER
2/1 remodel $575 mo.
IncI. water/garb. No
dep if In by 8/1. Sm
Pet ok. 352-228-7033
CRYSTAL RIVER
2/2 Clean, spacious.
$575/inc. water. No
pets. (352) 563-2114
CRYSTAL RIVER
U- NEW Apartments
2BR/IBA & 2BR/2BA
Furnished & Unfurn.
Close to Progress
Energy, 1st. & Sec.
from $700 month
(352)795-1795 appt.
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ESTABLISHED
APTS. FOR RENT
Large 1 & 2 bdrms.
avail. Quiet area,
on-site manage-
ment, Call about
our Summer Spe-
cials. 352-257-8048
FLORAL CITY
2BR 1/2 BA, MH, Just
150 yards from fishing
dock, $450. + $300
dep. Near
Floral City, 10 mln.
from Inverness. Trails
End Camp
352-726-3699


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INVERNESST
Lakefront 2/2 DW
1600 sq.ft. Fully futn.
Just east of Inverness,
East Cove. $62
352-476-4964,
Rentals/All Prices
GREAT AMERICAN
REALTY
(352) 637-3800

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L Furnished
BEVERLY HILLS
2/1/1, quiet area,lst.,
Ist., sec., $700. mo.
or Buy for $89,000.
352-795-6525
BEVERLY HILLS
2/2/2 part. furn. fully
fenc. lot & 2, $750 1st.
last sec. 727-237-4051

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o Unfurnished
BEVERLY HILLS
1 poss 2 bdrm c/h/a,
W/D, $625 nice neigh
352-422-7794
BEVERLY HILLS
1/1/carport, CH/A,
W/D, Crnr lot. $600.
/mo 407-948-8523
BEVERLY HIL.S
2/1, CHA, FL rm.
tile/carpet, $600mo +
$600sec. No Dogs.
352-212-4494
BLACK DIAMOND
3/2/2, like new,lm-
maculate, all appli-
ances. 24hr gate
guarded community.
Deluxe
cable TV & lawn
maintenance in-
cluded In rent. $1095
mo. Call
Steve(352) 427-4298-
CITRUS HILLS
2/2 Condo, pool, 810
E. Gllchrlst. $700 mo.
Incls. water, trsh, pool
tennis 352-697-1907
CITRUS SPRINGS
2/1 All New Appis.
W/D CHA $575. mo.
(609) 457-9349
CITRUS SPRINGS
2003, 3/2/1, $850. mo.
(352) 220-8893
CITRUS SPRINGS
2155 Devon, Nice 2/1,
porch $575. 628-0033


dock, $450. + $300
dep. Near
Floral City, 10 mln.
from Inverness. Trails
End Camp
352-726-3699
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HOMOSASSA
Large 1/1 w/patio,.
$425. mo. &
CRYSTAL RIVER 2/1
$650.Mo Ist, Ist., sec.
Call Stewart or Kelly
(813) 927-0525 or
(813) 927-4647
INVERNESS
2/1 $575 mo.1 free mo
Newly remodeled
352-341-4379
INVERNESS
2/2, $575. 1/1 $425
352-422-2393
INVERNESS
2BR, Washer/Dryer
Corner 581 & Anna
Jo, No Pets/smoking,
$600/mo, 1 yr. lease,
credit check req'd.
ALL CITRUS REALTY
INC. (352) 726-2471
Inverness, Gosp. Isl.
Scenic studio,
$525/mo. INCL. ELEC,
H20,.TRSHI
Call 637-3800.
Lecanto
2 bedroom, 2 bath. Lrg,
scr porch, cent
heatlair,dshwshr, w/d
hookupss 4. more, ,
excellent,$625,first; se-
curity 352-257-3473

Marina Del Ray
Sr. Apartments
265 Fathom Loop
Beverly Hills, FI.
S352-527-6990
Income
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btwn Now 8/31/08
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OFFICE/RETAIL SPACE
For rent. Oak Tree
Plaza CR486. 1200 SF -
$1,027 + sales tax.
900 SF $731 + sales
tax. 352-258-6796.

LOCATION
Office/Retail. High
Visibility. Beautiful
Historic Inv. Down-
town Courthouse
Square. 1000 sq.ft.
352-628-1067


1600sf, $10.ft+ cam
1 yr. lease or longer
Brand New Location
S(352) 279-9890

f Condos/Villas
For Rent
CITRUS HILLS
2/2 Condo, pool 810
E. Gilchrlst, $735 mo.,
Incl. Water, trsh, pool,
tennis. 352-697-1907
CITRUS HILLS
2/2 Furn'd. Seasonal
/long term. Incls. FREE
golf. 352 476-4242.
CITRUS HILLS
Townhouse 2/21/2,
Furnished. No pets
352-746-0008
CRYSTAL RIVER
2 BR overlooking
pool, 1st/L/S $725/mo
(352) 563-5563
INVERNESS 2/2
Scr.porch, across
from pool/clubhouse
605 Whispering Pines
Blvd. $720/mo.
F/L Non smoking.
(352) 422-2706
INVERNESS
2/2, $850. 3/21/ $1,000
Town Houses, all
apple's dock, pool &
tennis, 352-812-3213
Duplexes
8 For Rent
CITRUS SPRINGS
2/2,New '06,
$650/mo.
(352) 362-7543
CITRUS SPRINGS
NEW 2/2. Duplex in a
nice private area close
to shopping and
schools water & sewer
included 600/mo. 1st &
last mike 352-558-4477
CITRUS SPRINGS
New, 2/2/1 + W&D
$650mo.352-746-7990
INVERNESS
2/2/1 NEW, Quiet,
Wash/Dryer, $700/mo
(352) 527-9733
LECANTO
2/1/1, H20/trash Inc.
$500. (352) 382-1344
LECANTO
2/1-/2, den,CH/A,
kitch. equip., great
neighbors, $595 mo.
344-8313
gEfficiencies/d
u Cottages
FLORAL CITY
lbedrm turn. elec,
cable Inc. pool. $425
mo (352) 637-6432
HOMOSASSA
1/I. Suitable for one
Incls. electric, cable,
trash. $125 wk.
352-621-0601
INVERNESS
Efficiency 1/1 $450 +
$225 sec to move In.
Incls. Elec/cable/
garb/water/appls.
(352) 270-8298


S Houses
CITRUS HILLS
Brentwood Village.
2/2/2. + Fla Rm, tile
thru-out $900/mo
Incs Soc. memb.

(352) 422-4086
INVERNESS
2/2, Modern, light
& bright. $650/mo.
F/L/S/352-634-1141


CITRUS SPRINGS
3/2/2 homes
w/ covered porch
starting @ $795/mo.
Many homes pet
friendly.V OFF 1st.
mo. Rent
aAction Prop
Mgt-Uc RE Broker
386-931-6607 or
866-220-1146
www.CirusSorings
Rental.net
CITRUS SPRINGS
Homes for Rent. Start-
ing at $650. Pise Coall
VickL. 352-427-2202

Lovely 3/2/1 home,

$740/mo. First, last,
$500 security to move
in. Small pets ok.
phone 352489-1411
CITRUS SPRINGS
Newer 3/2/2,
(352)613-7040
CITRUS SPRINGS
Newer custom built
home. 3/2/2 spilt, Scr
lanal. util room, quiet.
Mthly rent reduced to
$750, Dep. $1000.
352-465-5223 or
407-463-4204
CRYSTAL RIVER

2 & 3 BEDROOM
$500 & up
352-637-2973
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CRYSTAL RIVER
2/1, some util Incl.
$210 wkly. AND
HOMOSASSA
2/1 Mobile, some until.
Incl. $190 wkly
Call 352-628-1062


FOUND DOG Very
Young Brindle Pit bull
mix found on Route
486 352-586-4634
FOUND DOG, Black
and White Boston
Terrier found near
Meadow St. on July
10. Call 352-503-3363
Humanitarians
of Florida
Low Cost Spay &
Neuter by Appt.
Cat Neutered $20
Cat Soayed $25
Doa Neutered &
Spayed start at $35
Low cost shot clinic
Tues, Weds & Thurs
. 10am-4pm
"',Glosed .from 1p-2 p
S(3520 563-2370
Lesser Sulfer Crested
Cockatoo, 5 yrs, old,
was hand fed baby,
w/ cage, DNA tested,
female $800.
(352) 697-9150
or (765) 480-1017
Mini Dashchunds
AKC reg. parents on
premises, health cert.
shots & wormed
Fern $600, Males $500
Serious Inq. Only
(352) 302-8807
NEEDED reliable &
compassionate per-
son to watch a small
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1 Female, 1 Male,
MUST SEEI
352 628-4183
REG. RAT TERRIER
PUPS. 11 wk old
females. Health cert.
$185. 352-465-8784.
Shih-Tzu Puppies
For Sale $400-$500
8wks old, health cert.
blk/whites, choco-
lates & more.
ACE OF PUPS
3902 N. Lecanto Hwy
Beverly Hills, FL
(352) 527-2270
(305) 872-8099
Tea Cup Poodle
Female, 15 mos.
Black & Gray
$900
(305) 872-8099
Wire Rabbit Cage
for 8
Feed Boxes,
Auto water line,
$80 obo
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"Rent: Houses
o Unfurnished

3/2/2, $850 mo. + sec.
989-560-5067
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/1/2. 15 min. to pwr.
Plant, Bring Horses,
2 acr., Ig. barn, $750/
mo. 352-563-1033
DUNNELLON
Lg. 3/2/1. Remodeled
Tile trout, new apple's
Downtown, Rainbow
,River, fen yd.. $950
mo. (561) 719-8787
(561) 575-1718
FLORAL CITY
2/1, Det. Gar. CHA,
Hist. Dist., No pets/
smoking $675mo.
Ist/lisf/sec. 422-6263
GREAT HOMES
GREAT PRICES
4,3,& 2 Bedroom
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Coidwell Banker
Investors Realty
352-302-0314
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HERNANDO
2/2, DW Bonus Rm, Ig.
Fl. rm. 1450 sf. C/H/A.
-- hottub, $650/ mo.
I-- 1st, & sec. No Pets
352-860-1571
HERNANDO
3/2.5/2 Pool
tv/summer kit. 1110 E.
Geffty Ln. $1,000 mo.
Sec. Ls.Option
352-697-1907
HIGHLANDS
S2/1/1 ,+scr room.
Beautiful pool/yd.
'$825. 352-464-2825
HOMOSASSA
2/1, garage, carport
'$560 (352) 628-2703
HOMOSASSA
2/1duplex $450;
3/2/2 Meadows
$695 & up. ,
River Links Realty
352-628-1616
800-488-5184
'Homossasa SMW
4/2/2,1/3 Acre, $950.
-mo. (727) 919-0797
INV.Highlands W
2/2/1$600/212-5812
INVERNESS
2/1/2 CHA, $685 mo.
Croft Ave
352-464-3518
INVERNESS
2/2, $850. 3/2'12 $1,000
I Town Houses, all
appl's dock, pool &
tennis, 352-812-3213
INVERNESS
2/2/1 N. Highlands
area. W/D, pets ok
S $700/mo. F/L/S
(352) 344-0958
INVERNESS
3/2/2, Lake Area.
$840. mo
(352)341-1142
INVERNESS
S/372/Carport, fenc. yd.
Newly Remodeled,
$800. mo., 1st, 1st, sec.
(727) 726-4738
INVERNESS
- .* -gr -.3J r't
- pir, For-.in Pn 1. U rn.,
$875,. 1st, last& Sec
(352) 726-9928
(352) 302-3901
INVERNESS
SMove In Special
..2/1/1 fenced, very
Clean, fresh paint,
Tnew tile $645 1st, last,
sec. 352-400-1501
Rainbow Lakes
3/1 Very Nice &
clean. Fam/Laundry
Srm, W/D, storage
.$675. (352) 427-3078


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[ Unfurnished
RENT TO OWN
NO CREDIT CHECKII!
Bev.Hills, lnv.&, Inv
Wtrfrnt!352-484-0866
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SUGAR MILL WOODS
2/2/2 Villa $625; 3/2/2
w/lawn care $850;
4/2/2/3 Lanal $1050.
River Links Realty
352-628-1616;
800-488-5184
Sugarmill Woods
4/2/2. 2100 sq ft,
cul-de-sac, kitchen
appls. $1050/mo
(954) 325-2432
0 Waterfront
LS Rentals
CRYSTAL RIVER
1/1.5, Furn condo on
canal to C. River $800
(352) 563-8585
INVERNESS
2/2, $850. 3/2/2 $1,000
Town Houses, all
apple's dock, pool &
tennis, 352-812-3213
INVERNESS
Must See Natdure's
PARADE
3/2 stilt home on
canal to With. River.
1 ac. wooded lot on
cul- de- sac. Boat
dock, W/D, D/W, F/P
Ig storage. $1195 mo.
F/L/S. 305-923-0400

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0 Share
INVERNESS
Mansion to share,
phone, util. pool Incl.
$120 wk 352-419-0166
Rent or
Sale
CITRUS SPRINGS
New3/2/2RentloOwn
Low Down, Easy
Terms .352-361-6551
Homosassa
3/2, fireplace
1/2 ac BARN/LOFT.
FOREST/TRAILS.
Lease 0p
$750/mo.613-4849
(352) 795-0088
HOMOSASSA
3/2.5 on 2 acres.
fenced 3 stall barn
$995/mo.$ 169,900
Harvery Simon FH
Realty 727 743-4529
S Rooms For
SLI Rent
CRYSTAL RIVER
$350/$450 mo. Share
Electric, No
smoking/drugs
(352) 634-0708
CRYSTAL RIVER
Room. w/ Priv. Bath
UPSCALE Comm.,
Clubhse, 2 pools,$125.
wk. (352)422-7891
INVERNESS
Fully furnished Rm.
Priv. Bath $125 wk.
$200 dep, elect incl'd
(352) 287-2448
S Real Estate
SFor Sale
60 Acres. Scenic
Unlquel Deer, Hogs
& Turkeys!
Sportsmen/Investors
Including 3/2/1
home needs some
repair. Asking only
$299,500
All American Realty
3527.93,6506

for Sale'*..
5725 W AMMAN
STREET, DUNELLON
3 bedroom, 2 bath. MINI
FARMS, 1999 MANU-
FACTURED HOME,
SPLIT PLAN, FIRE-
PLACE, CLEAN AND
SPACIOUS. HORSE
FRIENDLY.
MUST SEE, MUST
SELL! 158K
352-613-5252


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5 For Sale
Inverness
4 SALE BY OWNER
2BR/1 Bath home
1,000+ sq ft living.
$118, 500 obo
795-7541/ 637-3627
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352-637-4136
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TODAYS
HOMEBUYER
PUTNAM MORT-
GAGE & FINANCE,
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Competitive Ratesil
Pre-Approvals
By Phone.
Mobile Homes
with land
w Slow Credit Ok.
SPurchase/Ref.
FHA,VA, and
Conventional.
Down Payment
Assistance.
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(352) 563-2661
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Commercial
S Real Estate
CRYSTAL RIVER
Commercial Bldg
$550 a mo
9070 Ft Island Trail or
share with existing
business. Broker
Owner, Lisa Vandebo
Plantation Realty
352-422-7925
HERNANDO
Office & storage
space 2500 sf (mol)
for rent. Hwy 200
(352)637-1739
g Investment
''I!
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www.flqulckbuy.com
a (352) 503-3245
Inverness
2/1. Great business
opportunity! 1 Acre,
fence yard zoned sm
indust. Newly remod.
Close to schools
$135,000.
352-274-2713
1Citrus Springs
cc Homes |
3/2/2 RENT TO OWN
New Home low
down, easy terms
352-840-3324
Built In 2006 3/2/2
1375 living. Shed, dog
kennels, fenc'd, scr
prch. Incis all appls.
Must seel $135,000
352-465-8726.
CITRUS SPRINGS
New3/2/2,RenltoOwn
Low Down, Easy
terms (352)361-6551


REALTY SAVINGS
$249 MLS Flat Fee
3.9% Total Listing
Buyer Rebates-FL
25+ Yrs Experience
Knowledge/integrity
Call For Details
Ron & George Neitz
Broker/Realtor
CITRUS REALTY
GROUP
352-795-0060
SPEC HOMES
AVAILABLE 3/2/2.
Price Starting at
$149,900Incl. Lot and
Stand. Fea. Pool Pkg's
Opt. Starting at
$32,500 Call for more
Information Pastore
Custom Bidrs.
(352) 684-1500
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ICitrus Springs
Go Homes
NEW CONSTRUCTION
Move In NOW!
$125,000 3/2/2,
1900+ Total Sq/Ft.
Dave. (813) 966-1846

R Pine
Ridge
3/2/2 w/Den,
screened solar
heated pool/ Jacuzzi,
detached garage.,
RV pad. shed,
fenced, 1 acre, to-
tally updated,
all granite tops,
Asking $319,000.
(352) 464-1476

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2.8 %
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(352) 795-1555
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4/3/3, built 06, lots of
upgrades, Must See,
priced to sell, Re-
duced for quick sale
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352-527-8549

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oHills Homes

BEVERLY HILLS
2/2/2
Over $27k In
upgrades, Must
$71,A23 0B0
Inspection Sat &
Sun July 19-20 be-
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Home will be SOLD
Sunday night to the
Highest Bidderlill
(352)"503-3245

BEVERLY HILLS
Highest Bidder
MustSalellll
2/2/2
Over $27k In
upgrade
$71,4230BO
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Sun July 19-20 be-
tween 11am &3pm.
Home will be SOLD
Sunday night.
(352) 503-3245


I Beverly
Hills Homesj
2/1/1 Ready to Move
In New Roof. AC.
& hot water heater,
fenc. yrd.. tile throut,
44 SJ Kellner Blvd.
$83,900. 352 746-6050


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* 3.9% Tota Listing
* Buyer Rebates -FL
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CITRUS REALTY
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352-795-0060

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BONNIE
PETERSON
Realtor, GRI

Your SATISFACTION
Is My.Futurell
(352) 586-6921
or (352)795-9123
Charlotte G Realty
& Investments LLC

4 Citrus Hills
|i Homes


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3.9% Total UListing
Buyer Rebates-FL
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Knowledge/Integrity
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Ron & George Neltz
Broker/Realtor
CITRUS REALTY
GROUP
352-795-0060

! Hernando|
a, Homes|
Home For Sale
REDUCED PRICE
12251 Marvelwood Rd
Week Wachee, FL
2,732 SF 4bdrs/3bath
.95 Acre in Royal High
lands. Price $289,000
or make offer. Call
(850) 402-8015
Realtors Welcome


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I Inverness
a Homes
3/2/2 2100 sq.ft. city,
605 Morse St., comer,
firepl., new roof, car-
pet & tile, MLS 324391
No rentals!
(352) 586-7685
COMPLETE ESTATE
River Access
House, appl's.,furn.,
tools & vehicles, Etc.
$45k (352) 637-4834
FOR SALE BY OWNER
3/2/2 split, /2ac.
1600sf. Many extra's.
12x30 STUDIO/SHOP
Must seel$179,500.
352-341-0675
For Sale, By Owner
3BR 3BA, pool, 518
Poinsettia. Ave.
Call (352) 860-0878
FREE Plasma TV
2 spacious homes,
3/2/2 ,w/pool,Firepl
Golf Course, oversize
lanal $220K
(908) 322-6529
Highlands West
2/2/2, Split, almost
new AC, Roof, septic.
Updated & painted
Interior $89,950 Wont
Last! (352) 445-9360

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EXIT REALTY LEADERS
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WINDERMERE VILLA
807 Inverie dr
2/2/iCath cells, ex-
ceptional location,
association,
construction,
amentitles. $ 125K
(269)471-9006
RENT TO OWN
NO CREDIT CHECK!!
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P Homes

Sacre 3/2 newly ren-
ovated, close to Boat
ramp 8& Rails to Trails,
no deed restrictions
$164,900
Phyllis Stricklaind,
Keller Williams
(352) 613-3503
2/1 HANDYMAN
OWNER FINANCING
$49,900./Offer
(352) 422-1916

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master suite, in
ground pool
PERFECT FOR
TWO FAMILIES!
I $129,937.531
S352-563-9819 or
212-7853


BONNIE
PETERSON
Realtor, GRI
Your SATISFACTION
Is My Futurell
(352) 586-6921
or(352)795-9123
Charlotte G Realty
& Investments LLC
CRYSTAL MANOR
Pool home 8960 N.
Cocalla Dr. 3/2
2250SF, custom oak
woodwork, fireplace,
wet bar, 1-acre.
No flood Ins. req'd,
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REALTOR
"Simply Put-
I'll Work Harder"
352-212-5097
thorn@atlantic.net
Craven Realty, Inc.
352-726-1515
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RAINBOW LK EST.
3/2/2, split plan CBS,
1/4 ac. city water,
porch, shed
20587 Peacock dr
$124K (863) 464-5050
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SW OCALA 2/2/2
Furn'd, clean, 1/3 acr
lot. Adult comm. Low
maint, amenities.
Price to sell No
agents. 352-854-6892
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(a Homes
OWNER FINANCING
I1I Acres, 4/2, home
Barn, $10OK dwn. take
over payments w/
balloon, $2,200 mo
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352-422-7925
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2/1/1 log cabin, lac.
New W/D & flooring.
Gas fireplace
352-726-1711, days
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co Homes

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C Citrus
o County Land
Lot For Sale
1609 W. Citrus Spring
Blvd. Citrus Springs, FL
Vacant Lot 160'X 125'
Price $18,000 or
make offer. Call
(850) 402-8015
Reactors Welcome
Lot For Sale
1866 W.Kenmore Dr.
Citrus Springs, FL
Vacant Lot 91'X114'
$9,500 or make offer.
Call 850-402-8015
Realtors Welcome
Lot For Sale
1882 W.Kenmore Dr.
Citrus Springs, FL
Vacant Lot 100'X 118'
$9,500 or make offer.
Call 850-402-8015
Realtors Welcome
Lot For Sale
7683 N. Keystone Dr.
Citrus Springs, FL
Vacant Lot 100'X 118'
$8,500 or make offer.
Call (850) 402-8015
Realtors Welcome

Marion
S County Land |
Lot For Sale
7092 W. Broadway
Dunnellon, FL
Vacant Lot 150'X 140'
$15,000 or make offer.
Call (850) 402-8015
Realtors Welcome
[ Hernando
County Land
For Sale
6597 N. Canopy Road
Hernando, FL
River Lakes Manor
7 Vacant Lots each
80'X 120'
Lots 7, 8 & 9 / Lots 28,
29, 30 & 31
.22 acre each
$66,500 or make offer.
Call (850) 402-8015
Realtors Welcome


c Lots For
S Sale

CITRUS SPRINGS
DISTRESS SALE
60 Lots
package in Citrus
Springs $11,500
each
(305) 219-3607

Out Of
5 Town Land
S. GEORGIA 80 Acres
Rolling woodlands,
sm. field. Paved Rd..,
$152K, 912-568-7480
0 Boat
0 Accessories
Mercury
50HP OB, 1986, very
good cond., tank &
controls $500.
(352) 795-9187

SWatercraft

(2) ADVANTEDGE
KAYAKS 12ft.
Like new, Incls. pad-
dles. $500 ea.(cash)
Roller loader. $50.
352-637-6136

SBoats

(2) 17FT GLAS-
TRON
BOATS (1)1 15hp Evin
(1 )115hp MERC. both
w/ PT & T exc. trailers.
$2195 ea, obo.
352-795-7335
'71 T-CRAFT 23'3" L
'00 Evinrude 150hp,
like new, Trailer
w/brakes. New tires.
BImini top. $7,300.
352-489-3661
AIRBOAT
1996, 15', 500cubic
Inch, Cadillac
engine comply rebuilt
$8500. (352) 560-3019
BASS BOAT
16' Ranger 90HP Merc,
Trir, Run/looks great
$2500 Firm
352-601-4722
Bass Tracker
'01. 17/2 Ft. 50HP
Merc. motor, new
seats & trolling mtr.
$5,700. (352)795-1717
BAYLINER
1986,21', Clera,
Cuddycabin. 225hp,
overnighter, $4900.
(352) 726-3302
or 697-2513
BAYLINER
'88, Cud. Cab., w/ trlr,
excel. run. cond. all
equip Incl. $3,000 obo
(352) 228-7991
CAROLINA SKIFF
'06, 19ft., '07 Yamaha,
115 mtr.,wrrty 10hrs., 4
strk.Bim Top, Trl mtr
extras $16,500. obo
(352) 220-8438
COBIA
16FT., CC, 70HP,
$1,750. Evinrude, 115
HP, OB, w/control.
$700. 20 Ft. Gal. trir.,
$400. (352) 464-3748
FMC
Jon Boat 16 Ft Alum
W/M&TGreat River
Boat $1000.00 OBO
352-212-7713


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loaded, with extra's,
$14,750 obo,
(352)52)7-4910
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'94, 17ff, alumn, tun-
nel, tiller, 30Hp Suzuki
Elec. start mtr $2,600
obo (352) 503-6938
PONTOON
'03, 25' SUN TRACKER,
'05 90hp Merc, low hrs,
fresh bottom paint, VHF
alum. deck, tandem trir.
cust. dive platform
$12,800.352-586-1676
PONTOON
'04 17FT Suntracker
'05 25HP 4 stroke
Merc, T&T, Immac.
$7,500 (352) 586-1566
PONTOON
Boat ,24'
50hp Johnson,.
Brand New Trailer
$3500. obo
(561) 248-4200
PONTOON
Sylvan 20' Yamaha T50
TLRC Engine Like New
40hrs. Playpen Cover
port-o-potty, extras
$14,900
(352) 628-0281
PROLINE
'03 Sport 30, Immac,
32'6" CC AC cabin
under, Merc's 225
150hrs. All electronics,


2000 KW Gen,
loaded, w/traller,
$53,800
(352) 201-1833
PROLINE
87 proline 17 ft cc 115
johnson tilt/trim fish
finder trailer ready for
fishing or scalloping
$3,500, 352 270-3641
Scout Dorado
'97, 15 ft., 50HP, 4 stroke,
Yamaha, w/ bimini tir. &
extras. $5,150
(352) 344-9925
SEAHUNT
2007, 21FT. center
console, 150 Yamaha
GPS, Take over pymts
(352) 344-5561
Seapro
'99, 21 ft., 150
Yamaha w/ tandum
trir., bimlni trolling mtr.
AM/FM $10,500.
352 748-5005


All '08 Drasti-
callv Reduced!
+ $5000 rebate
WE FINANCE
9800 N Citrus Ave
352-795-7820

NATURE COAST RV
Sales. Parts*Service
OPEN SUNDAY 11-2
'95 PACE ARROW
33ft dual air, gen,
perfect. $13,800
'97 SALEM 24ft 5th
wheel. Everything
works. $4,900
'90 TRUCK CAMPER
9/2ft. Everything
works. $1,800
9800 N Citrus Ave
352-795-7820

OAuto Parts/
M Accessories
CHEVY 383 ROLLER
MOTOR, WIseCo Pistons
Crowler Rods, Naddler
Crank, Pro-Action Heads
$4500 or trade
(352) 726-2286


JAGUAR
S TYPE, 03 Superb
Cond. V6, 30K mi
Below Book Value
$18,900
(352) 527-3456
Lexus
'06, Luxury Sedan, GS
430, immaculate, low
ml., beauty, below
KBB' $40,250. Serious
Inquires only
(352) 527-4910
SMERCEDES
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S 1987 560SL
S127K,new tires,
White, both tops,
Private Owner
S 352-586-6805
S 352-382-1204
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Boats


XPress Tunnels boats
are here! Call Capt.
Chris @352 794-0094
SEASWIRL
19'. 2003 Take Over
Payments,115hp
Yamaha '03. Geat
Condition $15kobo
352-476-2498
WELLCRAFT
1987 250 Sportsman,
25', Gas eng., 30"
draft, 260 hp I/O,
alum. trir.$8,500
(352) 344-9651
S Recreational
S Vehicles
'89 21FT CHEVY
350, 110K mi, exc. ti-
res, new brake lines,
muff & batt $3,000/
obo 352-465-2926
ALUMSCAPE
'03 32' 2 slides self
contained, Furn'd
Lots of extras $29kobo
(727) 243-5110
AUTO. BOAT &
RY*
DONATIONS
43 year old
Non-reporting
501-C-3 Charity,
Maritime Minstrles
(352) 795-9621
Tax Deductible*
COACHMAN
'05.34ff., ClassA, 2 Slides,
w/ all factory options,
used one time,
$40,000.
obo (352) 628-2649
COACHMEN
PATHFINDER '03, 31'
w/27.200 miles.
$35,000 obo


'92, 32', 454 Chevy eng,
27K, 2 ACs, qn. bed.
Non Smok, No pets, Lots
of extras & Exc. Condl
$16,900. 352-527-8247
ENDEAVOR
38' T/Axle '98 Slide.
Lw. Miles. Loaded
Split ba Reduced
$42Kobo 352-637-
5149 or 352-586-3090
EUROCOACH
1990 38', Diesel
pusher, 128K ml.
7.5KW, Gen, $1500
warr. $25,500.
(352)564-8024
FLEETWOOD
Jamboree '90, 27'
cls C numerous
new parts, no leaks
good cond.
$11,500
(352) 527-3456
FOUR WINDS
'03, Hurricane 30Q,
class A motor home,
311/2 ft., 20k ml. V10
gas, ducted rf. air,
onan 4K gen., qn
bed, etc. Saturn toad
Avail. $35,000. Lets
talk (352) 397-5007
GULFSTREAM
Class B Touring Cruiser
23'. V-10. Slide-out,
loaded. $34,500,
(352) 795-6339
Holiday Rambler
'03, By Monico, 300
Cummins, 2 slides,
incl. tow vehicle,
mint cond. $84,900.
(352) 302-7073
Holiday Rambler Ad-
miral Motor Home 36'
2 slides, 340hp, gas
eng. all options transf
ext. warr. $56,900
352 795-3970
INFINITY
$80,000 obo or Trade
'05 38' 9" "Mini Apart-
ment". A full timers
dream. Very Clean,
ALL AMENITIES, Allison
Trans, Workhorse
Chassy, Under 20k ml
(352) 628-3017
JAMBOREE
29',2005, V-10 Class C
12,400mi., Loadedl
Perf. Condition
Ready to gol $41,000
(352)465-2138
KIT ROAD RANGER
Elite TRAVEL TRAILER
33' 1986 Mint Cond.
for age. $4,900 or
Make Offer
(352) 382-5984
Starcraft
'99,912 ft.,
Slide In Truck Camper
$2,500.
(352) 726-2408
WINNEBAGO
'92 Warrior. 21FT, V6
Toyota chassis. 75K. Fully
equip. Mint cond.
$12500/or trade.
352-563-1327
or 634-3930
[. Campers/
STravel Trailers |
COACHMAN
'00, 5th Wheel Travel
Trailer, CD/ Stereo
slide out, clean,
$9000.(352) 503-5446
FLEETWOOD
'05 35ft, 2bdrms, 2
slides, sleeps 5. VG
cond. $13,000/obo.
Won't finance.
352-563-1754
Gulfstream
'04, 38 ft., slide out
w/ sliding glass door,
full kit., bedrm./bath
very clean, $15,000,
(352) 527-8911 Cindy
I BUY RV'S
Travel Trailers,
5th wheels, MH. Call
Glenn (352) 302-0778
JAYCO
1996 5th wheel, 29FT,
model 2770, Slgnature
Series, fully loaded
w/slide, $7,250
(352) 634-4439
KODIAK
'04, Hybrid Travel Trir. AC,
Heat, Micro. Tub/ Shwer,
toilet excel Cond,.
$9,500. (352) 564-4151
NATURE COAST RV
Sales Parts*Service


IAuto Parts/
SAccessories
Fullsize Topper,
alum. came off
3/4 ton Ford
$200 obo
(352) 560-6167
Fullsize truck toolbox,
diamond plate. $135
(352) 344-4182
Pick-Up Topper
Alum., 73" x 84"
Front/side windows
$275. abo
(352) 795-1032
PONTIAC
Grand AM GT Hit
UF.Exc.3.3 V6 &
Trans.& Interior.CD
Nu 16in.L/P.$500.OBO
352-228-3131
Steps for Truck,
tubular Step Assit. Will
fit fullsize Chevy GMC
extended cab, $60.
(352) 746-5630
S Vehicles
i Wanted
$$CASH PAID$$
Wanted Vehicles
Dead or Alive,
Dale's Auto Parts
352-628-4144
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Junk Cars. Trucks,
Vans, No Title OK
J.W. 352-228-9645
Buying Clean Used
Cars, Trucks & Vans
Middleton Wholesale
989-429-3862 or
352-628-2965






PAYING $200 & UP
For any Junk Vehicle
Fast, Free Pick Up
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FOR CASH
Larry's Auto Sales
Hwy 19 S. Crystal River
Since 1973 564-8333















352-637-2036
BMW
%P Cars















'02, 530i 4Dr, sterling
gray metallic, gray
leather, loaded,
sports pkg excellent
condition, 84K miles,
$12,700 obo.
352-637-1574
BMW
'92, 735 I4Dr, Runs Great.
gray metallic, gray

Pcon itin,8K mil e




$2,000. Don't Miss Out
(352) 746-2252
(352) 302-3945
CADILLAC
'02 Deville, white
diamond, 13,695
miles, $35,150/obo.
352-746-1581
" CADILLAC
'81, Eldorado,
59,581ml., great
shape, needs some
eng. work. Sold as is,
MUST SELL $1,000 OBO
(352) 560-7713
CADILLAC
'97 DeVille, 133K,
Below book. New
rubber, trl hit.25 MPGI
$4,150 (352) 527-1388
CADILLAC
CTS 2004, 3.6L, Luxury
pkg. 37K ml. Fact.
warranty. $16,500
(352) 341-6991
CHRYSLER
'04, PT Cruiser, 62K
ml., new tires, $8,500
obo (352) 527-8635
(904) 627-6300
CHRYSLER
PT Cruiser '06, Convtbl
4k Mi, Loaded Like
New $13,500
352-527-6988
ask for John






FORD
'01 Mustang. Exc.
cond. Low miles.
Beautiful car. $8500
352-344-5168
FORD
'02, Escort, Fully loaded,
Excellent Cond.
35mpg $4750/obo,
(352) 465-0375

Hr ONDA
I '01 Civic EX, auto, I
I sunroof, alloys 1 |
owner, 38K org. ml.
I CALL FOR DEAL |
S1-866-838-4376

I HONDA
. '08, FIT. Only 1000 ml.
1 SAVE BIG 1
* 1-866-838-4376

SHYUNDAI 1
S'06, Sonata, 1 I
1 Owner, Gas Saver, 1
1 Wont Last $10,995 1
* 1-866-838-4376 *

HYUNDAI
2000 Elentra Wagon,
auto, cruise control, AC,
Great Gas mi, Wht,
72000mi. $3950 cash,.
Make Reas. offer!
631-258-8114 OR
352-270-3500


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S Cars Vehicles

LINCOLN AZTEK
TOWNCAR 91, runs Pontiac 04 blk,
great, must sell, 20-25 loaded. 30k ml
mpg. Kelly Blue Book reat g ml 20
$3200 asking $1900 cltv/27hwv $10.990
(352) 212-7272 352-726-5715
MERCEDES BENZ DODGE
1983 300 SD Excellent 99, DURANGO 4x4,
condition. $5200 80K mi., loaded, dual
(352) 613-6559 air & exhaust, Exc.
MERCURY Cond. $7000 obo
96 Marquis LS. (352) 344-0505
X-cond. Whi w/blk im- FORD
station cony roof. '02 Expedition Eddie
leather sts. 16' alloy Bauer, leather Great
whis. new brks. air ond. 108K mi $6250
shocks, 4 new tires. 352-527-2486
More! $3900 Must Be 352-212-5913
Seen! (352) 746-0405 352- 5913
352-422-0868 FORD
MERCURY '05, Explorer, XLT 15K
97, Sable GS, V-6 ml., 3rd seat, tow pkg
Auto, 126K, Full' excel, cond. $13,000
Auto, 126K, Fully
loaded Cold AC. obo 352-746-0897
Exc. Cond. $1,900 GMC
(352) 453-7326 JIMMY SLT 2000 Mod.
Mitsubishi 2wd-4Dr, 87,000 miles,
'01, Eclipse GS. loaded, leather int., all
mi., runs great, AC, tilt power, sun roof,well
auto, cruise $4,850. maint., good cond.
352-601-3669 0 $4,500 352-564-1454
. M S= Iu JEEP
MITSUBISHI '00, Grand Cherokee,
S'03, Gallant, Gas loaded, low ml $7,500
SSaver, Only 55K, As- obo (352) 697-9150
I sumePytsof$99. Mo. (764)480-017
S1-866-838-4376 (76448-10
LMMii Mi GAJEEP
r mm .mM LeGRAND Cherokee 00
NISSAN Laredo, 4.7 V8,leather
'05, Altima, Low 4 dr. a/c, 226kmi.
Miles, All the Toys Runs Perect3300
$13,995 352-637-1052
1-866-838-4376 r -mm m-
L -mm 4 TOYATA
NISSAN '01,4 Runner
98 Altima, 4 dr. auto. Nicest in Town
4 cyc. a/c, clean, Only 69K $8,995
runs great, 130K ml. 1-866-838-4376
$2900 (352) 795-3509 .
OLDSMOBILE 0
'83 98 Regency 4x4s
MUST SELLI $2500/obo
Good cond. DODGE
352-628-7983 RAM 1500'98
r m m - u Good motor & trans
TOYOTA $1000/firm
S'05, Solara SLE, I (352) 257-5970
S Leather Roof,
None Nicer, Hurry! FORD
I Call for Deal! '79, F250, 4x4. $1500
1-866-838-4376 obo (352) 220-7021
=L 99l2 5FORD
r TiTA '99 F250. Auto, 88Kmi,
I '06 Camry LE, a/c, leather, ext cab.
low miles, 1 owner diesel, new tires.
Assume payments $9,800. 352-628-0043
| at $259. month GMC
1-866-838-4376 '92 Suburban. 30k ml.
L .. .. = Rod holders on front/
TOYOTA back. $4000/obo
2003 Corolla LE 4-door 352-621-4721
Au wr Cssp GMC SIERRA
and door locks. One 88, 1500. 186K, MI
owner, 48,100 miles, 1 owner, auto.
Exc. cond. $9,000. loaded, tool box
352-697-2985 nice rims/tires $3995.
(352) 302-3901
5 Classic I JEEP
SVehicles WRANGLER 97, Black
w/bimlnl top, 3" lift kit
BUICK 5spd 6 cyc
'65 La Sabre, 4dr all new Adult owned $5200
Interior, New Tires 352-634-1321
$1,500. Cash
352-793-5239 %
813-431-8321 Vans
FORD 10
1955 F 100 PICK UP Hot 1990 GMC
Rod 350 eng Part Vani Cold a/c,
BLk CHERRY COLOR TV, runs great. Low
$13,500 352-302-0743 112K nml, G2500, 5.7L,
GTO V8, Dealer list Is $4K,
1967. The real deal, sking $1900/obo.
older restoration, just 352-586-9799
out of storage $25K or CHEVROLET
trade (352) 621-0666 '00 Astro Amer. conv.
MERCEDES 64k hwy ml. New
'72,350SL, both tops. Car Mlch. Prestine cond.
has been In storage. 7900. 352-489-3997
$7,900 DODGE
(352) 586-8576 '94 Caravan, A/C,
MERCEDES BENZ runs good, good
1985 380SL, 2 top work vehicle $1,000
roadster. Drives, looks (352) 212-9451
great. Many new Ford 03
Mercedes parts. Windstar SE, Black
New A/C. Must see] Mint Cond, 78K MI.
$10,500. David Very well Maintain
352-637-6443. loaded, DVD-TV New
MGB ABS sys. Immaculate.
Convertible 1977, 57k Interior $8500
ml. Blue, many xtras 352637-6046
Excellent Condition Ford
$10,500(352) 628-0281 1996 Windstar GL V6,
TRIUMPH SPITFIRE 140k, mi. loaded,
1974, 1500, dark blue, cold a/c, great
new tires & brakes, shape, 8 pass .$2500
new battery, runs (352) 422-2611
great, terrific little fun M M D m i
car, $3,495 obo HONDA
(352) 637-5026 '04, Odyssey EX,
SCertified Ready for
KS mnts at $259 mo
1-866-838-4376
CHEVROLET L- I I I I j
'07, SIlverado 1500, KIA
2 WD, crew cab, LT2, edA
21k ml.,$26,000 o Sedona EX, 03,
(352) 621-8039 Blue/sliver, loaded,
(352)621-8039-
x-cond. new tires,
CHEVY Sunroof ,56K mi. $7500
'03 Silverado 1500 Ext. obo (352) 212-1077
cab. bed cover,
tow/camp pkg. 38K NISSAN
miles. Exc. cond. 04, Quest, Silver, capt
$12,500. 352-527-3861 chairs, all leather, lot
of xtras, clean, good
CHEVY cond 75K ml, $12,500
'74, 350 Runs, (352) 527-9196
Needs Work
$750. MR CITRUS
(352) 795-9633 COUNTY REALTY
DODGE
'86 Ram Charger,
4x4, 360, great work
truck. $1,400
(352) 220-4393 ,
DODGE
'88 Ram 318 V-8, 94k *
ml. AM/FM, Reese ,' .
hitch, nice cond. '. ,
$3700 352-344-9141 "
FORD ALAN NUSSO
02 F250 8 ft bed A/C, Mr Citrus Countyt
full pwr, 67K Mi, very
good cond $6750 Listings from 2%
08 352-419-5363 Flat Fee MLS $299
FORD Buyer Rebates
1999 Sport Explorer Credit Repair
2-dr,, white, clean,
A/C, CD, runs great 352-422-6956
$4,200 352-726-1257 www.ANUSSO.com
FORD
'99F150 XL
V6, auto, air, am/fm, ATVS
bedliner. 120k, $3900. L
352-503-6348 or '04 SUZUKI QUAD
SPORT
FORD 400CC, $2500 firm.
F-150 Lariat '05 Super 352-257-5970


977-0810 DAILY CRN
Citrus County Fleet Management
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners will
be selling surplus property & equipment via the Internet
at govdeals.co frm July 11,2008 August 10,2008.
Published seven (7) days consecutively In the Citrus
County Chronicle July 11 thru August 10, 2008.

591-0715 TUCRN
2008-CP-545 Robert M. Tucker- Notice to Creditors
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 2008-CP-545
Division 10
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROBERT M. TUCKER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of ROBERT M,
TUCKER, deceased, who died on May 17, 2008, File
Number 2008-CP-545, is pending In the Circuit Court for
Citrus County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of
which Is 110 North Apopka Avenue, Inverness, Florida.
The names and addresses of the personal representa-
tive and the personal representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons hav-
ing claims or demands against decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this notice Is served must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other persons
having claims or demands against the decedent's es-
tate must file their claims with this Court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this Notice Is July 8,
2008,
Personal Representative:
/s/ Patricia J. Camblin
620 East university
Orange City, FL 32763
Attorney for Personal Representative:
/s/ John E. Crowther Florida Bar No. 0089222
279 East Graves Avenue, Orange City. FL 32763
Telephone: (386) 775-6179
Published two (2) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
July 8 and 15, 2008.

592-0722 TUCRN
2008-CP-508 Pauline A. McMurray
Notice to Creditors, Summary Administration
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO, 2008-CP-508
IN RE: ESTATE OF PAULINE A. McMURRAY,
DECEASED,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an Order of Summary
Administration has been entered in the Estate of
PAULINE A. McMURRAY, deceased. File Number
2008-CP-508, by the Circuit Court for Citrus County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address of which Is 110
North Apopka Avenue, Inverness, Florida 34450; that
the decedent's date of death was MARCH 23, 2008;
that the total value of the estate Is $52,597.51 and that
the names and address of those to whom It has been
assigned by such order are:
ROBERT S. McMURRAY, 142 W SUGARBERRY LANE.
BEVERLY HILLS, FLORIDA 34465
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of the decedent and per-
sons having claims or demands against the estate of
the decedent other than those for whom provision for
full payment was made in the Order of Summary Ad-
ministration must file their claims with this court WITHIN
THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER APPLICABLE TIME
PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this Notice Is 7/15/08.
Person Giving Notice:
/s/ ROBERTS. McMURRAY
142 W. SUGARBERRY LANE
BEVERLY HILLS, FL 34465
Attorney for Person Giving Notice
BRADSHAW & MOUNTJOY, P.A.
/s/ Michael Mountjoy, Esquire
209 Courthouse Square, Inverness, FL 34450
Florida Bar No.: 157310 Telephone: (352) 726-1211
Published two (2) times in the Citrus County Chronicle,
July 15 and 22, 2008.

594-0722 TUCRN
2008-CP-530 Hazel Irene Calhoun
Notice to Creditors, Summary Administration
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 2008-CP-530
IN RE: ESTATE OF HAZEL IRENE CALHOUN,
DECEASED,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an Order of Summary
Administration has been entered In the Estate of HAZEL
IRENE CALHOUN, deceased, File Number 2008-CP-530,
by the Circuit Court for Citrus County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which Is 110 North Apopka Ave-
nue, Inverness, Florida 34450; that the decedent's date
of death was APRIL 29.2008: that the total value of the
estate Is $72,100,00 and that the names and address of
those to whom It has been assigned by such order
are:
THOMAS D. CALHOUN, 9 LITTLE JOHN DRIVE, MEDFORD,
NEW JERSEY 08055
PATRICIA C. CALHOUN, 9 LITTLE JOHN DRIVE, MEDFORD,
NEW JERSEY 08055
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of the decedent and per-
sons having claims or demands against the estate of
the decedent other than those for whom provision for
full payment was made In the Order of Summary Ad-
ministration must file their claims with this court WITHIN
THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER APPLICABLE TIME
PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED,
The date of first publication of this Notice Is 7/15/08.
Person Giving Notice:
/s/ THOMAS D. CALHOUN
9 LITTLE JOHN DRIVE
MEDFORD, NEW JERSEY 08055
Attorney for Person Giving Notice
BRADSHAW & MOUNTJOY, P.A.
/s/ Michael Mountjoy, Esquire
209 Courthouse Square, Inverness, FL 34450
Florida Bar No.: 157310 Telephone: (352) 726-1211
Published two (2) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
July 15 and 22, 2008.

593-0722 TUCRN
2008-CP-514 Josle K. Davis
Notice to Creditors, Summary Administration
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 2008-CP-514
IN RE: ESTATE OF JOSIE K. DAVIS,
A/K/A JOSIE KATHERINE DAVIS,
DECEASED.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an Order of Summary
Administration has been entered In the Estate of JOSIE
K. DAVIS, deceased, File Number 2008-CP-514. by the
Circuit Court for Citrus County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is 110 North Apopka Avenue, In-
verness, Florida 34450; that the decedent's date of


SMotorcycles

HARLEY
DAVIDSON
'81 Shovelhead, 80",
completely serviced.
gd. tire/shape. $8K
obo 352-522-0401
726-4109
Harley Davidson
'96, Custom Sporster 883,
gar. kept, w/ tdr., low mi.
extras, $4,650
(352) 697-5530
Harley Davidson
Heritage Softtail '94
Aqua & silver 5k mi.
Exc. Cond. $9,500
(352) 795-1615
HarleyDavidson
2005 Harley Ultra
Classic Trike, low mi.,
excellent cond.
$27,500 352-344-2269
HONDA
'02, 750CC, chromed
out/ Harley look, blk w/
sil. flames 4,300 mli
$4,200. obo
(352) 302-8046
HONDA
'08 Rebel, black,
many extras, 400 mi.
$2,800. 352-637-2873
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01, 7800 mi. many ex-
tras gar. kept $5000
obo 352-621-8080
S & S CUSTOM
CHOPPER, 05, less
than 2K mi. 6 spd
trans, super wide
back tire, if not
painted it's chrome
Cost $25K to build
Sell for $14,500
352-634-1321
SUZUKI
'02, Intruder. 1400CC,
dark blue, $5,200
(352) 382-4896
SUZUKI
'07 GZ250 under 100 mi-
les. Uke new. $2975/obo
352-637-0765
SUZUKI-BOULEVARD
2007 Pearl & Silver 3K
mi. Gar-kept $6,500
352-746-9816
YAMAHA
'02, V-Star Classic
1100 Excel. shape lots
of extras $6,000. or
trade for boat, same
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death was APRIL 10, 2008: that the total value of the
estate Is $NONE and that the names and address of
those to whom It has been assigned by such order are:
MARY D. ZIELKE, 1433 S. AUDUBON DRIVE, HOMESTEAD,
FLORIDA 33035
WILLIE L. DAVIS, JR., 12635 SW 185 TERRACE, MIAMI,
FLORIDA 33177
ANDREW J. DAVIS, 9720 DOMINICAN DRIVE. MIAMI,
FLORIDA 33189
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of the decedent and per-
sons having claims or demands against the estate of
the decedent other than those for whom provision for
full payment was made in the Order of Summary Ad-
ministration must file their claims with this court WITHIN
THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER APPUCABLE TIME
PERIOD. ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this Notice Is 7/15/08.
Person Giving Notice:
/s/ Mary D. Zelke
1433 S. Audubon Drive
Homestead, FL 33035
Attorney for Person Giving Notice
BRADSHAW & MOUNTJOY, P.A.
/s/ Michael Mountjoy, Esquire
209 Courthouse Square, Inverness, FL 34450
Florida Bar No.: 157310 Telephone: (352) 726-1211
Published two (2) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
July 15 and 22,2008,


595-0722 TUCRN
2008-CP-630 Donna Charlotte Mannlon
Notice to Creditors
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 2008 CP 630
Division Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DONNA CHARLOTTE MANNION
a/k/a DONNA C. ZELTNER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of DONNA
CHARLOTTE MANNION, deceased, whose date of
death was February 16,2008, file number 2008 CP 630,
Is pending In the Circuit Court for Citrus County, Florida,
Probate Division; the address of which Is 110 N. Apopka
Avenue, Inverness, FL 34450, The names and addresses
of the personal representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons
having claims or demands against decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBUCATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against decedent's es-
tate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBUCATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this Notice Is July 15,
2008.
Personal Representative:
/s/ Tlana McClement
1935 N Rock Cress Path
Crystal River, Florida 34429
/s/ Keith C. Mannion II
4150 W Breckenrldge Court
Beverly Hills, Florida 34465
Attorney for Personal Representative:
/s/ John S. Clardy III, Florida Bar No. 123129
Crider Clardy Law Firm PA
PO Box 2410, Crystal River, FL 34423-2410
Telephone: (352) 795-2946
Published two (2) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
.July 15 and 22, 2008.

587-0715 TUCRN
2008 CP 606 Michael John Ttl//ch- Notice of Admin.
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 2008 CP 606
IN RE: ESTATE OF:
MICHAEL JOHN TILLICH,
Deceased,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The Administration of the Estate of MICHAEL JOHN
TILLICH, deceased. File Number: 2008 CP 606, Is pend-
ing In the Circuit Court for Citrus County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the address of which Is 110 N. Apopka
Avenue. Inverness, Florida 34450. The names and ad-
dresses of the Personal Representative and the Per-
sonal Representative's Attorney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All persons whom this Notice Is served who have ob-
jections that challenge the the validity of heWill, the qual
Ifications of the Personal Representative, venue, or juris-
diction of this Court are required to file their objections
with this Court. WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons
having claims or demands against decedent's Estate
on whom a copy of this Notice Is served within three
months after the date of the first publication of this No-
tice must file their claims with this Court. WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and persons
having claims or demands against the decedent's Es-
tate must file their claims with this Court. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBUCATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
A petition to determine exempt property mu:t be
filed on or before the later of the date -r.or, r ,-j,
months after the date of service of a copy of the No-
tice of Administration or the date that Is 40 days after
the termination of any proceeding In the estate.
Whichever first occurs.
An election to take elective share must be filed
within the earlier of the date that is six months after the
date of service of the Notice of Administration on the
spouse or two years from the date of death of the de-
cedent
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this Notice Is
7/8/08.
Personal Representative
/s/ MICHAEL JOSEPH TILUCH
8221 E. Shetland Lane
Floral City, FL 34436
Attorney for Personal Representative
/s/ KAREN 0. GAFFNEY, Esquire Karen 0. Gaffney,
PA.
221 West Main Street, Suite D, Inverness. FL 34450
Telephone: (352)726-9222 Florida Bar No.: 500682
Attorney for the Personal Representative
Published two (2) times In the Cltrus County Chronicle,
July 8 and 15, 2008.

588-0715 TUCRN
2008 CP 607 Wlllem Ballet- Notice ofAdmin.
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 2008 CP 607
IN RE: ESTATE OF:
WILLEM BALJET,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The Administration of the Estate of WILLEM BALJET,
deceased, File Number: 2008 CP 607, Is pending In the
Circuit Court for Citrus County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which Is 110 N, Apopka Avenue, Inver-
ness, Florida 34450. The names and addresses of the
Personal Representative and the Personal
Representative's Attorney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All persons whom this Notice is served who have ob-
Jections that challenge the validity of the Will, the quaE
Ifications of the Persona] Representative, venue, or Juris
diction of this Court are required to file their objections
with this Court. WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOT11CE
OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons
having claims or demands against decedent's Estate
on whom a copy of this Notice Is served within three
months after the date of the first publication of this No-
tice must tile their claims with this Court. WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER-THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBUCATlON OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON


THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and persons
having claims or demands against the decedent's Es-
tate must file their claims with this Court. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
A petition to determine exempt property must be
filed on or before the later of the date that Is four
months after the date of service of a copy of the No-
tice of Administration or the date that Is 40 days after
the termination of any proceeding In the estate.
Whichever first occurs.
An election to take elective share must be filed
within the earlier of the date that Is six months after the
date of service of the Notice of Administration on the
spouse or two years from the date of death of the de-
cedent
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this Notice Is
7/8/08.
Personal Representative
/s/ PETER PAUL BALJET
10331 S.W. 102nd Street
Miami, FL 33176-3502
Attorney for Personal Representative
/s/ KAREN 0. GAFFNEY, Esquire Karen 0. Gaffney.
P.A,
221 West Main Street. Suite D, Inverness, FL 34450
Telephone: (352) 726-9222 Florida Bar No.: 500682
Attorney for the Personal Representative
Published two (2) times in the Citrus County Chronicle,
July 8 and 15, 2008.


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Sleep deprivation 'cure' helps Uncomfortable urticaria
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stroke victim sleep peacemiiy
D EAR DR. GOTT: My changes are common.) I
dad is recovering knew that this was some-
from a few strokes thing the family had to get
he had in July 2007. I have through, but it was hard
since read a lot of informa- because every now and
tion about strokes, most of then he would have some
it riot very encouraging. very normal days. I started
During his recovery, I to pick up on some clues
noticed he would make that led me to believe he
moaning sounds in his might be sleep deprived.
sleep, and, when anyone Dr. Peter Gott He was and still is very
would ask him if he had ASK driven in his recovery. I
slept well, he often said he DR. GOTT think sometimes he spent
didn't know or that he must DR GOTT the time he should have
have because he was in been asleep going over
bed for 12 hours. things in his mind and exercising in
Most of the information I read an effort to get better.
about strokes included what he was I decided to try a sound machine to
most likely going through. (Emotional
ups and downs and personality See GOTT/Page C9


U rticaria, commonly types, depending on the
known as hives or duration. If the hives last
welts, is a rash af- less than six weeks, it is
fecting about 20 percent of called acute urticaria,
the U.S. population at least which is very common in
once. Hives appear as children and young adults.
itchy, red raised wheals Hives lasting more than
scattered over different six to eight weeks is called
parts of the body. The chronic urticaria and is
wheals can range in size more common in middle-
from 2 to 5 millimeters up Dr. Ayman aged women.
to 30 centimeters in diam- Alibrahim It is important to keep in
eter. ALLERGIES mind that urticaria should
Generally lasting from be regarded as a symptom
20 minutes to three hours, & ASTHMA that might be triggered by
they can disappear and several diseases and infec-
reappear on other areas of the body. tions, including the common cold,
Almost half of the patients with ur- strep throat, infectious mononucleo-
ticaria usually experience swelling sis and hepatitis B. It also can be trig-
mainly of their face, hands and feet. gered by medications such as
The medical term for this swelling is penicillins, sulfa and aspirin. In ad-
angioedema.
Urticaria is classified into two See ALIBRAHIM/Page C9


Dr. C. Joseph
Bennett
AMERICAN
CANCER
SOCIETY


New..


support

group
There is a new support
group in Citrus County
for patients who have #
history of cancer of the heaq
and neck region. Beginning
Aug. 20, this new support
group will meet at the Robei
Boigsoneault Oncology Insti-
tute in Lecanto, joining the
breast and prostate cancer
support groups at this loca-
tio
The group will meet from
11 a.m. through noon thd
third Wednesday of every
month. The meeting will usu-
ally last around one hour,
with the first 15 minutes de:
voted to catching up witl
everyone's progress and irt
production of new members
the next 30 minutes involving
a guest speaker who will
present on selected topics,
See BENNETT/Page 09


Dr. Sunil Gandhi
CANCER &
BLOOD
DISEASE


What does

Kennedy

have?
recently, we learned
that Sen. Ted
Kennedy has a brain
tumor Some of the readers
had questions about it They
wanted to learn more about
it Therefore, I am writing
this article to provide basic
information about brain tu-
mors.
Of course, I do not know
any more details about his
condition than what is in the
media. He had a seizure and
a medical work-up showed
that he has a malignant brain
tumor called glioma. He un-
derwent surgery. He is prob-
ably going to receive
chemotherapy. Therefore,
the rest of the article gives
readers some idea about mat
lignant glioma. His cancer
was in such a position that
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Blood drive to offer two lifesaving chances


Special to the Chronicle

When the bloodmobile
from LifeSouth Community
.Blood Centers rolls up next to
the First Presbyterian Church
in Inverness on Sunday, July
27, its arrival will honor an In-
verness man and offer donors
two ways to save a life.
In addition to giving blood
which is in especially short
supply in the summer -
donors will have a chance to
register at no charge with the
National Marrow Donor Pro-
gram. The drive is in honor of
45-year-old Steve Gardner of
Inverness, who is learning
about life on a waiting list
The National Marrow
Donor Program helps con-
nect volunteer marrow and
blood cell donors, with pa-
tients in need of a marrow
transplant Gardner, who has
non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, a
type of blood cancer, is one of
those patients. He's one of an
..estimated 10,000 Americans
who every year will turn to
the NMDP and its connection
with nearly 11 million volun-
teers around the globe, hop-
ing for a lifesaving match.
Until his chemotherapy
left him unable to work,


.SICK
Continued from Page C1

The bill, called Healthy
Families, Healthy Workplaces
(AB 2716), has been sent to the
Senate, where its prospects for
passage are considered fair.
As many as 10 other states
are also pondering paid-sick-
day laws, including Ohio,
where residents will likely
vote in November on a ballot
initiative requiring a mini-
mum number of paid sick
days.
Two cities, San Francisco
and Washington, have already
enacted legislation. In San
Francisco, full-time, part-time
and temporary workers earn
one hour of paid sick leave for
"every 30 hours worked, assum-
ing they have been on the job
for at least three months.
Workers at companies with
fewer than 10 employees can
-accumulate up to five days per
year, and workers for compa-
nies with 10 or more workers
can accumulate up to nine
days. The Washington, D.C.,
law requires workers to be on
the job for one year before be-
coming eligible for paid sick
leave. Workers can earn three
to seven days depending on
the size of their company and
whether they work full or part
time.
About 135 developed coun-
tries have laws requiring pri-
vate and public employers to
provide paid sick leave to full-
time employees. In the United
States, Sen. Edward M.
Kennedy, D-Mass., and Rep.
Rosa L. DeLauro, D-Conn.,
have introduced a bill, the
Healthy Families Act, which
would require businesses with
15 or more employees to give
_-workers at least seven paid
sick days per year.
"The public supports it,"
-said Ruth Milkman, a profes-
-sor of sociology at the Univer-
'sity of California, Los Angeles,
'and director of the Institute for
,Research on Labor and Em-
; ployment who has studied the
proposed laws. "In San ran-
cisco, the law was so popular
that the people who were op-
posed to it didn't even mount a
challenge. Paid sick time is a
human need that is self-evi-
dent"
An estimated 79 percent of
low-wage workers and 80 per-
cent of part-time workers do
not have paid sick time, ac-
Scording to the Institute for
Women's Policy Research, a
Washington, D.C-based organ-
- ization that based its analysis
on U.S. Department of Labor
statistics. The demand for
workers in the service sector
has grown substantially over
- the last two decades, but those
jobs are much less likely to
* carry sick pay, said Jeremy
SSmith, a lobbyist for the Cali-
fornia Labor Federation.
SFewer workers today are cov-
Sered by union contracts, which
: traditionally dictate paid sick


time for their members, he
adds.
Small companies are also
"chipping away at the benefit,
,,Stattnersaid.
"Some employers look to
,generate savings from cutting
* sick time because they are try-
:ing to mitigate the cost in-
crease of medical benefits,"
she said.
Those employers and many
"others will resist legislation to
"-mandate a certain number of


Gardner was a merchandise
assistant with TJ. Maxx in In-
verness. He and his wife
Patty and son David, 8, moved
to town two years ago from
New Hampshire. He says,
with the exception of some
bad tonsils that were re-
moved when he was 12, and a
cracked collarbone, he had a
very healthy first 44 years.
To say that the past year
has had its share of highs and
lows would be an understate-
ment In July 2007, Steve and
Patty learned a new baby was
on the way. In November,
Steve was hospitalized for
what he thought were kidney
stones. But later the cause of
the pain was traced to a can-
cerous tumor near his kidney
Just before Christmas, he
began chemotherapy
The treatments continued
until early March, when fur-
ther tests revealed his cancer
was in remission. On March
14, Julia Gardner was born.
"A healthy baby and a
healthy daddy," Steve said
was the news that day.
But in April a lump ap-
peared on Steve's neck, a sign
that his cancer had returned.
Additional tests showed that
the cancer had spread to his

paid sick days, said Peter
Ronza, an adviser on em-
ployee compensation for the
Society for Human Resource
Management
"They still love their people,
but they can't afford the kind of
benefits that 3M or Best Buy or
General Motors can afford," he
said. "California is saying,'OK,
we need to have this as a paid
benefit' But it turns out to be
something small -businesses
can't afford."
Many employers have al-
readybegun to tinker with sick
days.
The brokerage giant Merrill
lynch raised eyebrows last
year when it sliced guaranteed
sick days for employees from
40 to three. According to Stat-
tner, most companies that pro-
vide paid sick days offer about
10 a year. (Employees of the
federal government get 13 a
year) Fewer companies than
in past years allow employees
to carry over unused sick days
from one year td the next, but
many provide a short-term dis-
ability benefit featuring partial
pay for six to eight weeks.
Moreover, some companies
allow employees to purchase
long-term disability insurance
policies.
"Today, sicktime is intended
for casual or incidental ab-
sences," Stattner said. "The
short-term disability is for
more serious health condi-
tions requiring multiple weeks
away from the office."
Employers are also institut-
ing plans that lump vacation,
sick and personal days in one
pool, a benefit referred to as
"paid time off." A survey by
Hewitt showed that 30 percent
of employers offered paid time
off in 2006, up from 18 percent
in 2000.
The idea behind general
paid time off is that employees
will be more judicious in how
they use sick time. But such
pools often don't reflect the re-
alities of real life, Ronza said.
"What if you get sick and you
use up all your time in the
same year that you have a
wedding planned?"
Others view the time-off
pools as a sneaky way to re-
duce paid sick days and ease
the managerial headache of
keeping track of employees'
separate balances ofsick, per-
sonal and vacation days. When
employers offer 15 days of time
off instead of two weeks of va-
cation and two weeks of sick
time, for example, the reduced
number of sick days can slip by
relatively unnoticed.


DEPRESSION?

ANXIETY?

ANGER
MANAGEMENT?

ALZHEIMER'S
DEMENTIA?
Call for .


* WHAT: Blood drive and donor sign-up to benefit Steve
Gardner, in need of a marrow transplant.
* WHEN: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday. July 27.
* WHERE: First Presbyterian Church, 206 Washington Ave.,
Inverness.
* COST: Sign-up is free for blood donors at the drive, or
$25 for other volunteers.
* ON THE NET: www.marrow.org.


Special to the Chronicle
The Gardner family, from left, are: Patty, Julia, Steve and David.
Dad Steve, 45, has non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, a type of blood
cancer, and is on a waiting list for a marrow transplant.


lymph nodes. In May, his
name was added to the list of
patients needing donors.
About 30 percent of pa-
tients in need of a marrow
transplant find a match
within their own family, but
that didn't happen with
Steve. While he doesn't know
all of the details of finding a


match, he does understand
the math. Donors are
matched genetically with pa-
tients. The more volunteers
on the list, the greater the di-
versity of the pool of poten-
tial donors, and the better the
chances that he or another
patient will find a match.
"I've been told that finding


a match is like winning the
lottery," he says.
There is normally a $52 fee
to be added as a volunteer to
the list. A volunteer has the
inside of his or her cheek
swabbed with cotton. Cells
picked up on the swab are
tested to determine his or her
type for matching. The fee
helps cover the cost of that
test. With the July 27 drive,
those who donate blood may
volunteer and be tested as
marrow donors for no addi-
tional charge. Those who
don't wish to donate blood
will be able to register and be
tested for a reduced fee of
$25.
LifeSouth Citrus Region
Manager Samantha Brown
said the drive helps spread
the word about the need for
marrow donors and offers an
added incentive for people to


donate blood, which is
needed every day by local
hospitals. In the summer,
with school out and regular
donors traveling, keeping up
with the demand is a chal-
lenge, Brown said.
Before he got cancer, Steve
says he didn't understand the
ins and outs of marrow dona-
tion. And as he's shared his
story with friends and family,
he's learned he's not alone.
"What people know is very
limited," he said. "I see this
as an awareness raiser."
First Presbyterian Church
is at 206 Washington Ave. in
Inverness. The July 27 drive
will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The marrow donation
process will be explained to
those who are interested. Ad-
ditional information is also
available on the Web at
www.marrow.org.


Sick-leave laws and proposals


SHARI ROAN
Los Angeles Times

Here's a look at proposals related to
paid sick time:
Proposed federal law (Healthy
Families Act): The law would guarantee
that workers in companies with 15 or
more employees receive at least seven
paid sick days each year to care for
themselves or sick family members. For
information: www.govtrack.us/con-
gress/billtextxpd?bill(equals)sl09-1085.
Proposed California law (AB 2716,
Healthy Families, Healthy Workplaces
Act): Employees full- and part-time as
well as public and private employees -
would earn one hour of paid sick time
for every 30 hours worked. Sick time
would carry over from year to year but
medium-to-large employers could limit
annual paid sick days to nine, small em-
ployers to five. For information:
www.leginfo.ca.gov/pub/07-08/bill/asm/
ab 2701-2750/ab 2716 bill 20080222 intro-
duced.pdf.
Ohio ballot initiative: Would re-
quire businesses of 25 or more employ-
ees to allow employees who work full
time (defined as 30 hours a week or
more) to earn seven paid sick days a
year while part-time employees could
earn a prorated number of paid sick
days. Enough signatures have been
gathered to place the initiative on the
November ballot although it has not yet


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Guarantee that workers
in companies with 15 or
more employees receive
at least seven paid sick
days each year to care
for themselves or sick
family members.

been certified.
Proposed Connecticut law: Would
allow employees to accrue paid sick
time at the rate of one hour for every 40
worked, up to 52 hours a year. The bill
passed the state Senate but was not
acted on by the Assembly before the
conclusion of this year's session.
Proposed Massachusetts law:
Would require all businesses to guaran-
tee full-time employees seven paid sick
days per year that could be used for ill-
ness, care of sick family members, med-
ical appointments or to address the
effects of domestic violence. The bill is
pending in the state Senate.
Here are sick-leave laws federal,
state and municipal on the books.
Federal Family and Medical Leave
Act: Guarantees unpaid leave and job
protection for 12 weeks within any 12-


Do make the call yourself....
call in sick when you're feeling
erable, need to see a doctor, are
itagious or can't think straight.


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take a sick day to go to the
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won't happen.
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many Mondays or Fridays (or
the first and last days of your
work week, if your schedule
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Recycling plan helps world, shrinks trash loads


or a long time, I to what Citrus Count ac-
wanted to start a cepts for recycling. After
recycling station discovering what we
in my home. Actually, I could give back, Patrick
felt kind of silly about it / and I headed to Lowe's
For one thing, wasn't this to pick up some stacking
something I should have bins to place in our
been doing for years? garage.
And don't I drive an After setting them up,
SUV? Would I be a walk- we began filling each bin
ing contradiction? Not Shalyn Barker with the appropriate
necessarily. FULL PLATE items like cardboard,
The first thing I did glass and plastic. As our
was look up information online as bins began to fill, our trash can


stayed empty.
"I like this!" Patrick said. "Now I
don't have to empty the trash every
five minutes!"
I told my mother what we had
done and she asked me what about
all the other earth-unfriendly things
I do. It's true: I love aerosol hair-
spray and a long, hot shower I drive
an SUV/truck that makes me want
to scream at the tanks. But just be-
cause I have a few bad habits, does-
n't mean I cannot try. And who
knows, maybe this recycling bin will


change my ways. I might get a
pump-bottle of hair spray, take a
short hot shower and drive less.
I guess my point is that you don't
have to be a die-hard to do a small
part And a small part matters just
as much as something big.
Imagine, there may be a few en-
thusiasts that have completely recy-
clable homes with solar power
electric, but what if all of us just got
a recycling bin? Wouldn't we be
greater and make a bigger differ-
ence than the few enthusiasts?


It feels really good to see the
items we intend to recycle stack up,
realizing that they would have been
sitting in the landfill.
It may be a little, but it matters to
us.


Shalyn Barker resides with her
husband, Patrick, and daughter,
Emmy in the Beverly Hills area.
All three are lifelong residents of
Citrus County She can be reached
at citrusamom@yahoo.com.


Health NOTES


SPRING HILL- "You and
Your Heart" community educa-
tion series by Drs. Michael
SMoore and N. Rattehalli of Oak
SHill Hospital and hot buffet, 5:30
to 7 p.m. today Plantation Inn,
S9301 W. Fort Island Trail, Crystal
'River. Seating is limited; reserva-
tions required. Call 628-6060.
Free diabetes screenings,
9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 2:30
to 5 p.m. today at Walgreens,
104 S. Apopka Ave., Inverness.
Call (800) 713-3301, no appoint-
ment necessary.
Free vision, cataract and
glaucoma screening Wednes-
day at Crystal Eye Center, lo-
cated on U.S. 19 South, Crystal
River. For your free appointment,
call 795-0212.
LifeSouth Bloodmobile
Schedule
1 to 6 p.m. today Cy-
-press Cove Care Center
@ 2 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday
(-All Saints Council Knights of
- -Columbus
S*10a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednes-
day- Wal-Mart, Homosassa
No. 1029
@ 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Thursday City of Invemrness
2 to 6p.m. Thursday-
r, Wal-Mart, Invemrness
I. *10a.m.to4p.m.Friday-
Publix-FR, Hemrnando
2:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday -
Aaron's, Homosassa
@ 10a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday
'- Wal-Mart, Homosassa No.
1029
0 11 a.m. to.3 p.m. Sunday-
'.Lowe's, Inverness
0 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
Cypress Creek Academy
,* Inside Autism Seminar on
Saturday at Seven Rivers Pres-
byterian Church by Isaiah Foun-
dation. Anyone caring for
children with Autism is invited.
Call Dorothy at (352) 447-1775.
-Seating is limited. Reservations
required.
Diabetes classes are of-
fered from 9 to 10 a.m. Monday
at the Citrus County Health De-
partment in Lecanto. Classes are
free. No registration is required.
Meal planning Monday.
0 More about meal plans -
July 28.
Avoiding complications -
Aug.4.
SFasting blood sugars are of-
fered from 8 to 9 a.m. Monday
Through Friday in all three Citrus
County Health Department sites.
There is a $10 fee for this serv-
S ice. No appointment is neces-
sary. Every Monday before the
Lecanto class, anyone who
would like to have a blood sugar
Test should come fasting.
Call Lynece Hand, R.N., 527-
0068, ext. 296 or Carol Burke,
R.D., 726-5222.
Invemrness Family Practice
offers free diabetes testing
from 9 a.m. to noon and from
1:30 to 4:30 p.m. daily at Inver-
Sness Family Practice at 2222
State Road 44 W. Walk-ins wel-
come. Call 860-0633.
Hospice of Citrus County of-
fers monthly blood pressure
S screenings from 9 a.m. to noon
the third Tuesday monthly at the
Invemrness Brashear's Pharmacy
at 206 W. Dampier St., and from
1 to 3 p.m. the third Thursday






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Dr. Linda Witherow and hi
to welcome Dr. Donov


monthly at the Brashear's Phar-
macy in Lecanto, off 491 be-
tween Allen Ridge Medical Mall
and Suncoast Dermatology.
Free, no reservation is required.
Call Hospice of Citrus County
Public Relations Manager
Joseph Foster at 527-2020.
INGLIS Hospice of the
Nature Coast seeks volunteers
who live in Inglis and Yankee-
town.
Call Judy Knowlton, volunteer
program manager, at 527-6613
or (866) 463-1385.
Hospice of the Nature Coast is
a program of Hospice of Citrus
County. www.hospiceofthe
naturecoast.org.
Respite care is available for
families with children who are
mentally or physically disabled or
who are autistic. Isaiah Founda-
tion Inc. is a nonprofit organiza-
tion funded by United Way and
donations from individuals, busi-
nesses, churches and other
groups. Call (352) 447-1775.
Hatha Yoga classes 6:15
to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday at Beverly Hills
Recreation Center, 77 Civic Cir-
cle. Instructor has 30 years
teaching experience. $6 per
class. No experience needed.
Bring a mat or towel.
"Good Grief," free four-part
educational program, by Hospice
of Citrus County from 5:30 to 7
p.m. four Monday evenings: Aug.
25, Sept. 8,15 and 22, at the
Central Florida Community Col-
lege Lecanto Campus at 3800 S.
Lecanto Highway, Lecanto. Call
Jonathan Beard at Hospice of
Citrus County at 527-2020.
Visit the Web at www.hospice
ofcitruscounty.org.
Women's Health & Fitness
Expo, hosted by the Business
Women's Alliance of the Citrus
County Chamber of Commerce,
will be from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat-
urday, Sept. 27, at the National
Guard Armory in Crystal River.
SupportGROUPS

New diabetes support group
11 a.m. Wednesday at First
United Methodist Church of Ho-
mosassa. There will be an op-
portunity to have lunch together
at a local restaurant following the
one-hour meeting. Call 628-4083
from 8:30 a.m. to noon or 1 to
4:30 p.m.
Head and Neck Cancer
Support Group meets 11 a.m.
to noon the third Wednesday
monthly at the Robert Bois-
soneault Oncology Institute, 522
N. Lecanto Highway, Lecanto,
north of State Road 44. Call Dr.
Patrick Meadors, (352) 342-
1822.
SPRING HILL- Look
Good Feel Better Support
Group from 3:30 to 5 p.m.
Wednesday at The Florida Can-
cer Institute-New Hope's Spring
Hill Center at 10441 Quality
Drive, Suite 203 in the Medical
Arts Building next to Spring Hill
Hospital. Call Peggy Dome,
R.N., at (352) 688-7744.
Alzheimer's caregivers
support, 5:15 p.m. the third
Thursday monthly at the Memory
Unit at Barrington Place, 2341
W. Norvell Bryant Highway,
Lecanto, 34461, for caregivers






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HPH volunteer

orientation set for July
Special to the Chronicle

The volunteer team of Hernando-Pasco Hospice (HPH)
in Citrus is seeking compassionate, caring adults and teens
who would like to give just a few hours each week to assist
its organization with an array of programs and projects.
Rewarding opportunities are available to those who
want to make a difference by giving back. From volunteer-
ing at the Hospie House to providing bereaement tele-
phone support, there is something fbr everyone. HPH teen
volunteerr hours are applied toward high school commu-
nity service hours. Community service hours are manda-
tory lor any high school student applying for the Bright
Futures scholarship HPH teen volunteers must beat least
14 years of age.
A two-part volunteer orientation will take place from 9
a.m. to 2 p min., Monday and Wednesday.July 23. at the team
offlTice at 3545 N Lecanto Highway, Beverly Hills, and will
include speakers from HPH who will focus on all the dis-
cipline areas of hospice. Lunch and snacks will be pro-
vided both days. There is no cost.
Hernando-Pasco Hospice, a not-for-profit agency ini-
tially licensed in 1984, provides, care, comfort and support
to more than 1,000 individuals affected by a life-limiting ill-
ness in Pasco. Hernando and Citrus counties.
In addition to the office in Beverly Hills. HPH also has a
Hospice House on Norvell Bryant Highway in Lecanto for
patients % ith limited care giving assistance and a Hospice
Care Center in the Citrus Health & Rehabilitation Center
in Inverness for patients w ith complicated pain and symnip-
toms. To register or obtain more information, call Debi
Shields. volunteer coordinator, at 5274600.


and their dementia patients, by
the Citrus team of Hernando-
Pasco Hospice. Dinner served to
patients while caregivers attend
the 5:30 p.m. support group
meeting. Free. Call Wendy Hall
at 527-4600.
Ongoing smoking cessa-
tion support and maintenance
- 6 to 7 p.m. every Wednesday
in Room 116 at the George A.
Dame Community Health Center,
2804 Mark Knighton Court, Le-
canto. This group is for people
who've recently quit smoking
and would like to receive further
support and maintenance to re-
main smoke-free.
BROOKSVILLE The
Florida Cancer Institute-New
Hope will not hold its regular
"Man to Man" prostate cancer
support group in July and Au-
gust.
Celebrate Recovery pro-
gram by Seven Rivers Presbyte-
rian Church, 6 p.m. every Friday
at 4221 W. Gulf-to-Lake Highway
in Lecanto at the Seven Rivers
Christian School building (rooms
216/217), with dinner, large and
small group time, and Coffee
House gathering at 9 p.m. The
cost for dinner is $4. Call 746-
6200 or visit www.sevenrivers
.org/celebraterecovery.htm.


Scleroderma Support
Group organizing for North Cen-
tral Florida. All persons inter-
ested, call Melba Withrow at
746-7752.
The Ostomy Support
Group of Citrus County meets at
2 p.m. the third Sunday monthly
in the Cypress Room on the first
floor in the Citrus Memorial
Health System's Administration's
Annex Building, across the street
from the Medical Offices Building
at 131 S. Citrus Ave., Inverness.
This is a support group for per-
sons with a colostomy,
illeostomy, urostomy or a conti-
nent intestinal reservoir. Call Mel
or Betty at 726-3802, Sally at
637-2055 or Frank at 341-0005.
E-mail: OSGofCC@yahoo.com.
SPRING HILL- Florida
Cancer Institute-New Hope will
not hold its Leukemia/Lym-
phoma Support Group in, July
and August.
NAMI Citrus, locally char-
tered group of the national Al-
Sliance on Mental Illness, is on
summer hiatus until the first
Tuesday of September. If neces-
sary, questions may be an-
swered by calling 637-3603.
If interested in a day pro-
gram and support group for
Alzheimer's and dementia pa-


tients, call 344-5228 for more in-
formation.
Celiac support meeting for
all people who have celiac dis-
ease or dermatitis herpetiformis,
from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday,
July 26, in the Community Room
at the Coastal Region Library,
8619 W. Crystal St., Crystal
River. Meetings are the fourth
Saturday monthly. Call Mary Lou
Thomas at 628-9559.
Caregiver Support Group,
1 p.m. the second and fourth
Monday monthly at the Central
Citrus Community Center, at
2804 W. Marc Knighton Court in
Lecanto, by Hospice of Citrus
County. Free and open to the
public. No reservations are re-
quired. Call Gloria Tucci, S.W., at
527-2020.
Alzheimer's Family Or-
ganization, serving Central
Florida, offers monthly support
group meetings. Public is invited.
2:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 4,
Crystal Gem Manor, 10845 Gem
St., Crystal River. Call Coral
Price at 794-7601.
S 2 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 19,
Highland Terrace, 700 Medical
Court E., Inverness. Call Ellen
Mallon or Valerie Taylor at 860-
2525.
10 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 28,
Woodland Terrace, 124 W.
Norvell Bryant Highway, Her-
nando. Call Pam Pepitone at
249-3100.
The Alzheimer's Family Or-
ganization branch office in Citrus
County is open from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. the second Monday
monthly. Call the Citrus County
community service representa-
tive Ellen Mallon at 86.Q-2525.
OCALA- The Alzheimer's
and Memory Disorders support
group of Ocala, 3 to 5 p.m. the
first Monday monthly at the Med-
ical Office Building at West Mar-
ion Community Hospital, 4600
S.W. 46th Court, second-floor
Community Room. Call (352)
401-1453.
BROOKSVILLE Monthly
women's breast cancer sup-
port group from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Aug. 5, at the Florida
Cancer Institute-New Hope's
Center, 7154 Medical Center
Drive, Spring Hill. Light refresh-
ments will be served. Call Tam-
bra Randazzo, R.T., at (352)
592-8128.
Look Good ... Feel Better,
a free two hour session for '
women undergoing radiation or
chemotherapy, at 3 p.m. the sec-
ond Wednesday monthly at the


Cancer & Blood Disease Center,
Lecanto, and 3 p.m. the fourth
Wednesday monthly at the
Robert Boissoneault Oncology
Institute, Lecanto. Call Mildred
Roseberry (746-7212) or the
American Cancer Society (800)
395-LOOK (5665) to register.
Suicide support group for
any adult who is trying to cope
with complex feelings of grief,
shock, confusion, anger and guilt
due to the impact of suicide by a
family member or friend; 6:30
p.m. the second Thursday
monthly at the Hemando-Pasco
Hospice Office, 3545 N. Lecanto
Highway, Beveriy Hills. Free. Call
Wendy Hall at 527-4600.
Support group meetings are
in the CMHS Administration
Building unless otherwise indi-
cated.
Bariatric Support Group:
6:30 p.m. every three months,
Cypress Room. Call Claudia
Blotz at 697-0051 or Bette Clark
at 860-0383.
Breast Cancer Support
Group: noon the second Friday,
Robert Boissoneault Cancer In-
stitute. Call June O'Donnell at
527-8371.
Citrus Cancer Support:
4:30 p.m. the third Tuesday,
cafeteria meeting room. Call
Carol at 726-1551, ext. 6596 or
ext. 3329.
Diabetes Support Group:
11:30 a.m. the fourth Wednes-
day, Cypress Room. Call Carol
McHugh at 341-6110.
ACS Man to Man Prostate
Support and Education Pro-
gram will meet at 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday, Aug. 13, (this is a
change for August from the first
Monday to the second Monday).
The group meets in the confer-
ence room at the Robert Bois-
soneault Oncology Institute at
522 N. Lecanto Highway in the
Allen Ridge Medical Mall.
Spouses and caregivers are wel-
come. Call 527-0106.
AC Group meeting every
Tuesday at 7 p.m. Location is at
Church Without Walls, 3962 N.
Roscoe Road, Hemando FL
34442.
AC Contact is Laveme at 637-
4563. Web site: www.alcoholics
forchrist.com.
Families Against Multiple
Sclerosis Support Group
meets'11 a.m. the first Saturday
monthly at 302 S. Line Ave. In-
vemess, for families, friends and
anyone affected by MS. Call
341-3740.

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i Citrus County Multiple
Sclerosis Support Group meet-
ing is from 1 to 3 p.m. the fourth
Wednesday monthly at the Crys-
tal River Presbyterian Church in
Crystal River. Call Peggy Morisi
at 344-4855.
Hospice of Citrus County
support groups for 2008. Free,
but reservations suggested. Call
Jonathan Beard at 527-2020.
Caregiver support group at
1 p.m. Monday at the Citrus
County Community Support
Services Building in Lecanto.
Newly Bereaved Support
Group at 1 p.m. Thursday at the
Hospice of Citrus County Clinical
Office, 326 S. Line Ave., Inver-
ness.
Grief support group at 11
a.m. Tuesday at Our Lady of
Grace Catholic Church in Beverly
Hills..
Grief support group at 1
p.m. Tuesday at the Hospice of
Citrus County Clinical Office, 326
S. Line Ave., Inverness.
Grief support group at 1:30
p.m. Thursday at St. Thomas
the Apostle Church, Homosassa.
Grief support group at 10:30
a.m. Saturday at First United
Methodist Church, Homosassa.
Christian-Based spouse
support group at 1 p.m. the third
Tuesday monthly at Gulf To Lake
Ministry Complex, Crystal River.
Spouse support group at 7
p.m. Tuesday at Unity Church
of Citrus County in Lecanto.
Spouse support group at 4
p.m. Thursday at First United
Methodist Church, Homosassa.
Social "Moving On" support
group at 10 a.m. Tuesday at
Crystal Paradise Restaurant in
Crystal River.
Social "Moving On" support
group at 4 p.m. Friday at Cinna-
mon Sticks Restaurant in Inver-
ness.
Parents support group, a
chapter of Bereaved Parents of
the USA, at 7 p.m. the second
Wednesday monthly at First
Presbyterian Church in Crystal
River.


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Women's Breast Cancer
Support Group at noon the sec-
ond Friday monthly at the Robert
Boisonneault Oncology Institute,
522 N. Lecanto Highway,
Lecanto, sponsored by Dr.
Joseph Bennett Jr. Lunch in-
cluded, donations appreciated.
Call Judy Bonard at 527-4389 or
June O'Donnell at 527-8371.
Beverly Hills Gay and Les-
bian Support Group meets
weekly. Free, open to everyone.
Group organizer is PamelaRae
and co-organizer is Wayne
Thomas. Call PamelaRae at
560-3247 for directions and de-
tails.
Citrus Abuse Shelter As-
sociation (CASA), 107 Dr. MLK
Jr. Ave., Inverness, offers two
free weekly women's domestic
abuse support groups:
5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at
CASA office.
10:30 a.m. to noon Wed-
nesdays at Masonic Building (in
ballroom).
No child care available.
Call CASA at 344-8111.
Overcomers Group for
people recovering from addic-
tions to drugs, alcohol or other
out-of-control habits meets at 8
p.m. Monday at the Sanctuary,
7463 Grover Cleveland Blvd.
Call Paul at 628-2874.
Dunnellon Life Recovery
group for adults where addiction,
compulsion and co-dependency
issues are dealt with, at 7 p.m.
Monday at Rainbow Springs Vil-
lage Church, 20222 S.W. 102nd
St. Road, Dunnellon. Call Char
at (352) 465-1644 or Nancy at
(352) 794-0017.
AI-Anon groups meet regu-
lardy in Citrus County. Call (352)
697-0497.
Inverness AFG: 8 p.m.
Monday, Our Lady of Fatima
Catholic Church, 550 S. U.S. 41.
Crystal River AFG: 8 p.m.
Tuesday, St. Benedict Catholic
Church, 455 S. Suncoast Blvd.
Last Resort AFG: 11:30
a.m. Wednesday, First United
Methodist Church, 3896 S.
Pleasant Grove Road, Inverness.
Lecanto AFG: 8 p.m.
Thursday, Unitarian Universalist
Fellowship, 2149 W. Norvell
Bryant Highway, Lecanto.


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Hospice of Citrus slates
volunteer orientation
Special to the Chronicle
Hospice of Citrus County will provide orientation train-
ing for individuals who are interested in learning more
about Hospice volunteer opportunities. The class will be
from 9 a.m. to noon Monday, July 28, at the First Baptist
Church of Beverly Hills, 4950 N. Lecanto Highway, Beverly
Hills. Following this orientation, there will be a patient
support training session from 8 am. to 3 p.m. Aug. 4 at the
First Baptist Church of Beverly Hills.
The class provides an overview of Hospice philosophy
and history. Participants will become acquainted with
services provided by Hospice of Citrus County for patients
and their families. They will also become familiar with the
concept of palliative care and learn the importance ofcon-
fidentiality. At the end of this session, those wishing to vol-
unteer in specific areas will be qualified to do so.
To register for this class or to request training for your
group, contact Marcey Mast Hospice of Citrus County vol-
unteer program manager, at 527-6613.


Awareness Lunch Bunch
AFG: 12:30 p.m. Friday, St.
Margaret Episcopal Church, 114
N. Osceola Ave., Inverness.
Courage AFG: 8 p.m.
Thursday, First United
Methodist Church, 8831 W.
Bradshaw St., Homosassa.
Open meeting.


Alcoholics Anonymous: If
you drink, and want to stop, call
Alcoholics Anonymous Nature
Coast Intergroup at 621-0599.
Web: www.ncintergroup.com.
A.C. Ministries Recovery
Group 12-Step Recovery Work-
book meeting (scripturally
based), 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at


Church Without Walls nonde-
nominational, nonprofit Christian
fellowship. Donations accepted.
3962 N. Roscoe Road, Her-
nando. Call Laveme at 637-
4563.
Overeaters Anony-
mous:Call 746-7749 or 341-
0777.
3 p.m. Monday at the sen-
ior center (VA building) on
County Road 491, Lecanto. Call
Delores, 746-5019.
at noon Thursdays at Our
Lady of Grace Parish Hall, 6
Roosevelt Blvd, Beverly Hills.
Call Francisca, 746-7749.
7 p.m. Friday at Our Lady
of Grace Parish Hall, 6 Roo-
sevelt Blvd., Beverly Hills. Call
Carolyn, 341-0777.
CEA-H.O.W. for people who
have an eating disorder, at noon
Wednesday at the First Presby-
terian Church, 206 Washington
Ave., Inverness. Call Judi M. at
726-5882.
Amputee Support Group
meets the last Thursday monthly
at Cinnamon Sticks Restaurant
on State Road 44 West, Inver-
ness. For information, call Donna
at 344-1988 or Perry at Sonlife


Prosthetics, 344-8200.
Reiki clinic meets from 7 to
9 p.m. most Wednesdays at the
Beverly Hills Community Center,
1 Civic Circle, Beverly Hills. Call
Ann Thonen at 795-5116 or Kristi
Kobler at 628-5537.
Narcotics Anonymous is
not affiliated with any of the
meeting facilities listed. Informa-
tion line: 382-0851.
Easy Does It, 8 p.m. Mon-
day and Saturday, Lions Den,
U.S. 41, Floral City.
It Works How and Why, 7
p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and
Saturday and noon Sunday,
YANA Club, 147 N.W. Seventh
St., Crystal River.
Focus on Recovery, 8 p.m.
Thursday, First Christian Church,
Grover Cleveland Boulevard,
Homosassa.
Recovery on the River, 8
p.m. Monday and Friday,
Lecanto Church of Christ, State
Road 44 and County Road 491,
Lecanto; 8 p.m. Sunday 797 S.
Rowe Terrace, Lecanto, east of
County Road 491 and State
Road 44.
Narconon Need help with
Addiction? Call (800) 556-8885..


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News NOTES

Elks slate
Italian Night Buffet
The West Citrus Elks
Lodge's Summer Super Club
series continues with an Italian
Night Buffet on Saturday. The
menu will consist of chicken
parmesan, ravioli with meat-
balls, baked fish with
spaghetti, garlic bread, salad
bar, dessert and coffee. Dinner
will be served at 5:30 p.m.
Tony Boeing, who has ap-
peared in Europe and the
United States, will provide the
musical entertainment from
6:30 to 9:30 p.m. for members
and their guests.
Tickets are available in the
lounge at $12 (tax included)
per person.
Lunch, play games
with Woman's Club
A card party/luncheon will
be Saturday at the First Pres-
byterian Church in Invemrness,
hosted by the GFWC
Woman's Club of Inverness.
Tickets are $10 each and may
be reserved by calling Fran
Pierce at 637-1582.
Participants bring their own
cards or board games. Singles
willing to try new games are
welcome.
Choir announces
concert schedule
The Citrus Community Con-
cert Choir Inc. announces its.
Summer Concert dates.
A Concert of Classic Cole
Porter; at 2 p.m. Sunday at
First Baptist Church of Crystal
River; at 7:30 p.m. Friday, July
25, at First Presbyterian
Church of Inverness and at 2
p.m. Sunday, July 27, at Faith
Lutheran Church in Lecanto.
General admission is a $10
donation. Children 12 and
younger are admitted free.
Tickets are available at the
door.
Call 382-7071 for more in-
formation. The CCCC Inc will.
ie presenting its annual schol-
drship at one of the above
concerts.
Ham radio club
slates meeting
The next meeting of the Cit-
rus County Amateur Radio
Club will be at 7 p.m. Monday
at the Emergency Operations
Center, Lecanto (Canning
Plant Building). All those inter-
ested in amateur radio (ham
radio) are invited to attend.
Having a "ham license" is not
a requirement, just an interest
in the hobby. Visit online at
www.citrus-county-arc.org.
Painter to demo
technique at manor
Sugarmill Manor announces
that at 10 a.m. Monday, July
21, Mary Messina, certified
Bob Ross painting instructor,
will demonstrate the Ross
style of painting. Messina has
been a certified instructor of
painting and landscapes since
1999. In 2000, she completed
the Ross floral painting pro-
gram.
The demonstration is free
and open to the public. As
space is limited, call Sugarmill
Manor at 382-2531, from 8 .
a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through
Friday.

PetSPOTLIGHT

His highness


Special to the Chronicle
Harold and Edith Langlois,
Inverness, say Oliver Is
king of their residence.


Donation to Citrus Hearing Impaired


DAVE SIGLER/Chronicle
Capital City Bank made a donation recently to Citrus Hearing Impaired Program Services in Crystal River. The money will go to help C.H.I.P.S. clients
acquire new hearing technology and maintain and repair existing heading devises. From left are: Jeri Hunter, Capital City Bank; Deborah Wade, Cap-
ital City Bank; Maureen Tambasco, executive director, C.H.I.P.S.; Steve Martin, president, Capital City Bank; and Jackie Marx, market leader, Cap-
ital City Bank.


Positive enthusiasm fills SCORE


A t this year's SCORE minimum now. He noted that
Counselors to Amer- there are special loans avail-
ica's Small Business able to veterans.
luncheon at the Special recogni-
Citrus Hills Golf tion was given to
and Country Club, Ralph, Russo,
awards and recog- founder, Mike
nition were pre- Gudis and Bob
sented with Radcliffe, 10-year
positive enthusi- volunteers.
asm all around the Dr. Helen Morris
banquet hall. was awarded the
This key event Frank Gifford
of the year honors award for out-
three special Ruth Levins standing service
groups: first, all in AROUND THE with NAMI since
attendance are COMMUNITY its inception in
honored for what __________ 2000..
we do that benefits Randy Walker of
our community; second, the Economic Development
SCORE volunteer coun- Council began his insightful
selors; and third, the small remarks by periodically play-
business owners who have ing a "Secret Agent Man" tape
received volunteer services pointing out various SCORE
from SCORE. aspects including investing in


Counselors are dedicated
to helping people make their
dreams come true, much like
they were able to do at the
beginning of their successful
careers. They are passing it
forward. A moment of silent
prayer in the memory of
SCORE volunteer Dick
Blewett was observed follow-
ing the invocation and the
pledge by Bob Radcliffe.
Bob Shepherd, SCORE dis-
trict director, spoke briefly
encouraging small business
owners to think positively
about starting a small busi-
ness in our present hard
times as competition is at a


the community, advancing
others, helping people to suc-
ceed, etc. With humorous
flair, his rapid-fire delivery
kept us attentive throughout
his creative presentation.
With quotes like: "I can't
change the world but I can
change the world for one per-
son," the quest of SCORE be-
came increasingly personal
to each of us.
SWith his "Close Encoun-
ters" tape blaring, he theo-
rized upon the law of the few,
citing Paul Revere and
William Daws who had rid-
den in opposite directions,
noting that certain ones are


AARP offers safe


driving class


Special to the Chronicle
Aggressive driving usually
involves offenses such as fol-


lowing too closely,
speeding, unsafe
lane changes.
Take an AARP
Driver Safety
class as a re-
fresher Brush up
on some statutes.
Upon course
completion, you
will receive a cer-
tificate of comple-
tion which may


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have
a Floi
resident
AARP m
to reg


entitle you to an insurance
discount. Check with your in-
surance carrier for further
information.
To register for a class, call
the listed instructor
You do not have to be a


Florida resident or an AARP
member to register.
For information regarding
future classes, call Charlie
Lucente at 726-
o not 0753.
Crystal River,
to be Homosassa
MAug. 19 and 20:
rida 1 p.m. at Coastal
Regional Library,
t or an 8619 W Crystal St,
member Crystal River Call
Lou Harmin at
sister. 564-0933.
Inverness and
Hernando
Aug.12 and 13: 9 a.m. at
Citrus Memorial Health Sys-
tems Share Club Auditorium
corner of Grace and Osceola.
Open to the public, Share Club
members and nonmembers.
Call Don Slough at 344-4003.


selected for certain reasons
and that Paul definitely had
the community in mind and
was successful in starting the
revolution.
People throughout our
community are special and
have experiences to share
through SCORE.
There is a constant strug-
gle between
failure and CounseO
perseverance
was his next dedica
point. As his
"Indiana helping
Jones" tape mak
was heard mk
throughout the dreams
hall, he quoted
Eleanor Roo- true, mi
sevelt, "Some-
times you must they W(
do the very to do
thing you
thought you beginning
couldn't do,"
noting that SUCC(
many fail when
they do not re- Care
alize how close
they were to success.
With the tape from the hit
movie "Jaws" in the back-
ground, the topic was fear
and the squelchers that hap-
pens when some say no to
everything just to stop ad-
vancement while SCORE em-
phasizes the "Can Do"
attitude to the hilt.
Obstacles are those things
we see when we take our eyes
off of our goals. As a march


tape played, we agreed that
SCORE gets people excited
as we are encouraged to take
a good idea and be.
The oft quoted phrase
"The mind is like a para-
chute. It only works when it is
open" was appropriate at this
juncture of Walker's remarks.
Soon the familiar "Jurassic


lors are
ited to
People
Their
s come
uch like
ere able
at the
g of their
Ossful
Ders.


Park" tape led
us into the mo-
tivation/impli-
c a t i o n
remarks, not-
ing that the dif-
ference is to do
it and believe
in yourself.
Successful en-
trepreneurs
step forward
and get things
started, result-
ing in reward-
ing projects.
The star fac-
tors here are
vision and
leadership.
With the


"E.T." tape resonating from
the podium, we were inun-
dated with the team work
ethic, working together, help-
ing with agencies,such as the
Economic Development
Council (EDC), Citrus County
Work Force, CFCC and the
Chamber of Commerce.
Thanks to SCORE, our citi-
zenry is involved. A special
award was presented to Amy
Holiday of CFCQ for coordi-


banquet

nating self-improvement
workshops. She said, "Wher-
ever you are at this time, I
challenge you to continuallyg1
forward with your opportunity,
to learn more about a possible
business," as she accepted an
honorary membership on thd
SCORE Executive Committee,
Dr. Vernon Lauder, CFCd
provost, offered space to stord
SCORE equipment and en,
courage students to partici
pate in the LEADS program
as he received an honorary
SCORE membership anc
$1,000 donated to CFCC.
SCORE Clients of the Yeai!
awards were presented td
Central Ridge Insurers and
Citrus Pet Resort.
Special recognition went ti
the Citrus County Chronicld
for the "SCORE Advice" col-
umn.
The 100-plus in attendance
went away with deep appre-
ciation to the host of SCORE
volunteers who personify the
welcoming community spirit
that Citrus County champion
ons under an unmistakable
positive banner of loving and
caring business enterprise
concerns.


Ruth Levins participates in
a variety of projects around
the community Let her
know about your group's
upcoming activities by
writing to PO. Box 803,
Crystal River, FL 34423.


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* Early submission of timely material is appreciated, but
multiple publications cannot be guaranteed.


* Submit material at Chronicle offices in Inverness or Crys-
tal River; by fax at 563-3280; or e-mail to
community@chronicleonline.com.


* Notes tend to run one week prior to the date of an event. .!
Publication on a special day can't be guaranteed.
* Expect notes to run no more than once.


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CCLS employees donate to CASA


Special to the Chronicle
On May 16, 2008, the Citrus County Library System (CCLS) held its annual Staff De-
velopment Day. As part of the activities, Library personnel donated items for a silent
auction, which raised an all-time high of $950. Staff had voted early in the day to
"adopt" CASA as the charitable organization for Staff Development Day 2008. From
left are: Diana McIntosh, CASA; Eric C. Head, assistant director, CCLS; and Flossie
Benton Rogers, director, CCLS.


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Physicians, employees raise money for Judy Powell

Thanks to an outstanding
roup seele to show of support on behalf o:
the community, the even
Svate life of helped raise $1,977 during
eothe two-hour period.
firmer teacher During the breakfast
__. ,._ '. .SRRMC-affiliated physicians
Stl .- also presented Holmes and
Special to the Chronic.le .. r I. June 2008 Casey with an addition


f Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Center donated all of
the food, supplies and man-
power and held a "Pig Out for
Powell" breakfast fundraiser
for CRHS Health Academy's
director Judy Powell.
Powell was in an automo-
wile accident earlier this year
#nd sustained injuries that
jeopardize her dream of stay-
ing in the multi-level home in
Daytona Beach where she
-had planned to spend her re-
tirement years.
Diane Holmes, instructor
at the Academy of Health Ca-
-eers, and Michelle Casey,


IANDHI
Continued from Page C1

complete removal could cause
-permanent speech impair-
,ment.
I/ Glioma accounts for more
than 80 percent of brain can-
i cer, which starts in the brain as
what is called a primary brain
tpmor Tumor grade deter-
nmines prognosis in these pa-
tients.
i Most cancers in the brain
are metastatic, which means
they started at a different
place like the lung, breast, etc.,
-and then spread to brain.
heir prognosis is entirely dif-
ferent The rest of the article
hill focus on primary brain tu-
tors, as in Sen. Kennedy's
pase.
r The slower-growing lesions
a)e commonly referred to as
|w-grade glioma, while the
Iore rapidly progressing tu-
nors are referred to as high-
krade glioma. Low-grade
glioma is less common, com-
prising of about 20 percent of
CNS glioma tumors. In gen-


ALIBRAHIM
Continued from Page C1

edition, people who are aller-
gic to food such as milk, eggs,
wheat, soy, peanuts, tree nuts,
fish or shellfish may experi-
nee urticaria.
.Other known triggers for
urticaria include allergies to
stinging insects such as fire
ahts, honeybees, wasps and
yellow jackets, as well as
latex exposure, vaccines, X-
,ray contrast media or blood
transfusions.
Twenty percent to 30 per-
cent of all chronic urticarial'
reactions are caused by phys-
ical stimuli such as light,


GOTT
Continued from Page C1

help him sleep. I purchased a
sound spa from HoMedics
that plays nature sounds,
such as the ocean, rainforest,
thunder, waterfalls and so
- forth. It also projects the time
on the ceiling so you don't
have to search for the clock to
know what time it is.
I told my dad to give it a try
and to try to focus on the
sound and let his mind rest.
The next morning, he woke


U-Donation The Medical Sta-l '
Special to the Chronicle
Affiliated physicians at Seven Rivers Regional Medical Center presented a check for $1,500 to representatives from the Crys-
tal River Health Academy for The Judy Powell Fund on June 25 during the "Pig Out for Powell" fundraising breakfast at the hos-
pital. The breakfast fundraiser was well attended by SRRMC employees, Crystal River High School staff and students and local
residents, and two-hour feast helped raise an additional $1,977 for the fund. From left are: Crystal River Health Academy stu-
dents Laura Salvage, Rachel Holmes and Kelsy Ray; Diane Holmes, instructor at the Academy of Health Careers and fund co-
organizer; students Cody Casey, Nikki McAteer and Mallory Oxford; Michelle Casey, parent and fund co-organizer; V.R. Alugubelli,
M.D., SRRMC chief of staff; Angela Acevedo, M.D.; Joyce Brancato, SRRMC CEO; E. Velazquez, M.D.; C. Joseph Bennett Jr.,
M.D., immediate past chief of staff; and Ravi Koti, M.D.


parent of a CRHS student, co-
founded The Judy Powell
Fund in an effort to raise


eral, patients with low-grade
glioma have a longer duration
of survival than those with
high-grade glioma, independ-
ent of the approach to treat-
ment However, low-grade
glioma are only occasionally
associated with more than a
10-year survival and fre-
quently develop characteris-
tics similar to more aggressive
brain tumors.
The fastest growing or high-
est-grade glioma is also called
Gliobalstoma Multiforme. This
is common and may be the di-
agnosis in the senator's case.
The best and most curative
treatment is surgery. At the
same time, it is not always
easy Whether the tumor can
be rejected successfully de-
pends on its depth and loca-
tion within the brain. The
deeper it is, the less likely it
becomes to resect it without
any significant neurological
compromise. If the tumor is in
a location of the brain like the
brain stem, where major
breathing or heart control cen-
ters are located, surgery can-
not be done.
For a rarely seen grade 1

water, heat, cold, vibration
and pressure. These are
called physical urticarias
and are labeled solar ur-
ticaria, aquagenic urticaria,
cholinergic urticaria, local
heat urticaria, cold urticaria,
vibratory urticaria, der-
matographism and delayed
pressure urticaria. Urticaria
can be associated with au-
toimmune diseases such as
autoimmune thyroiditis,
lupus and others.
In many cases, when the
exact cause of urticaria is un-
known, it is called idiopathic
urticaria. Usually, urticaria is
easy to diagnose, but what is
most important is identifying
the exact cause, which re-
quires a detailed history of

up and said it was the most
rested he had felt in a long
time.
I believe the sound spa has
helped a great deal in his re-
covery. I don't know if sleep
deprivation is addressed in
stroke recovery, but I believe
it should be. I would urge
anyone who is caring for a
stroke victim to give it a try.
Even if it doesn't work for the
patient, it might be helpful
for the caregiver, and, at less
than $30, it is well worth a try.
DEAR READER: I believe
sleep deprivation may be
more common in stroke vic-


$45,000 to install a home ele-
vator in Powell's long-
awaited retirement home.


glioma, there is 90 percent
five-year survival expectancy.
For a grade 2 glioma, there is
60 percent to 70 percent five-
year survival expectancy after
surgery and radiation. For a
grade 3 glioma, there is a 30
percent five-year survival rate
after surgery, radiation and
chemotherapy. For a Gliobal-
stoma Multiforme, five-year
survival is about 3 percent
At a recentASCO (American
Society of Clinical Oncology)
conference, some encouraging
data were presented with the
use of Avastin. This drug in-
hibits blood vessel growth and,
thus, kills cancer by starving
the tumor's blood supply and,
therefore, nutrition.


Dr Sunil Ganidhi is a
hematologist and oncologist
He is the volunteer medical
adviser of the Citrus Unit of
the American Cancer
Society. Send questions or
comments to 521 N. Lecanto
Highway, Lecanto FL 34461
or e-mail to sgandhi@
tampabay.rrcom or call
746-0707.

the patient and a physical
exam, along with laboratory
testing and possible skin
tests.
Treatment usually de-
pends on identifying the
exact cause, and when it is
not identifiable, antihista-
mines and prednisone are
used to control the itching
and the hives.

Dr Ayman Alibrahim is a
specialist in allergy, asthma
and immunology who has
been in practice for 11 years.
You can e-mail him with
your allergy, asthma and
immunology questions at
advancedallergy@
embarqmail.com.

tims than previously thought.
The product you found and
recommended to your father
appears to have had great re-
sults, so I am passing the in-
formation on to my other
readers.
Regardless of the cause of
the sleep deprivation, this
machine may be helpful by
playing relaxing, natural
sounds that can sooth the
mind, allowing for sleep to
come more easily

Peter H. Gott is a retired
physician and author.


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Continued from Page C1

and the final 15 minutes will
be left for any additional top-
ics to be discussed.
A similar group was started
at the RBOI Ocala office and
the attendance for the group
in Ocala has been relatively
steady during the course of
the past six months, with
close to 15 to 20 members at-
tending each month.
Talking points
Patients have raved about
the benefit of talking to other
people who are experiencing
the same difficulty swallow-
ing, eating, talking, managing
feeding tubes and maintain-
ing weight.
In addition, a substantial
amount of useful information
is provided, ranging from
swallowing techniques, calo-
rie-boosting recipes and nu-
tritional supplements to oral
care, all designed to improve
the quality of life for the pa-
tients who are overcoming
head and neck cancer.
Many participants have
talked about how encourag-
ing it is to see the same fa-
miliar faces and the
successes that they are expe-


residents a Southern' home-
cooked breakfast in return
for a $3 donation to the fund.


riencing.
The participants motivate
each other and it is wonder-
ful to see gradual improve-
ment in each of the patients.
This group provides an ex-
cellent opportunity to meet
others who are experiencing
very similar treatments, side
effects and symptoms, and
also meet some survivors
who doing incredibly well.
In addition, many of the
members in the Ocala group
have put together a resource
list that includes effective
eating strategies and recipes,
beneficial nutritional supple-
ments and remedies to some
of the common side effects
from the treatment of head
and neck cancers.
Guest speakers
In this support group, you
can expect to meet new peo-
ple and family members who
are going though head and
neck cancer treatment. You
will also have the opportu-
nity to meet survivors who
finished treatment many
years ago.
In addition, a variety of
guest speakers (family thera-
pist, speech pathologist, di-
etitians, radiation oncologist,
dentists and ENT staff) will
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check tor $1,500 toward the
fund.
"Powerful things can hap-
pen when a team of people
pool their talents and re-
sources for a common cause,"
noted Brancato.
"We see it every day at
Seven Rivers Regional Med-
ical Center, when our team of
physicians, health care pro-
fessionals and support staff
work in concert as they care
for patients. And we're seeing
it happen in our community
as we pull together to spon-
sor and support fundraising
efforts for The Judy Powell
Fund."


few months to address spe-
cific concerns for people who
are currently being treated
and those who have been
treated in the past.
This group is facilitated by
a family therapist who en-
courages spouses, caregivers
and family members to join
the group and gain insight in
how to best manage, cope
and overcome head and neck
cancer and its implications.
The group attempts to
maintain a positive atmos-
phere with a focus on contin-
ual improvement of quality of
life and problem-solving
strategies.
If you have any questions
or would like more informa-
tion, contact Patrick Meadors
PhD., at 527-0106 or (352) 342-
1822.


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


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Capturing family history
Earlier this summer I went home to Cal- sold, the clown paintings disappeared and no
ifornia for my niece's wedding. While one knows what happened to them, although
there I was reunited, not only with my my dad heard they went to a gallery in Bev-
sister and brothers and mom and early Hills.
dad, but also with a cousin I hadn't Every family has such stories.
seen in decades. That's what much of history is -
My cousin Jan and I sat and incidents that happen to families
talked about our grandmother, who and communities and nations.
owned a bakery in Los Angeles. In this month's Senior Style,
Nana Ada used to wear multiple di- %W we've profiled John Grannan, the
amond rings on her fingers and we current president of the Citrus
would go to the bakery and watch County Historical Society. He's a
her dunk her hands in huge vats of / walking encyclopedia when it
chocolate icing and with one swift Nancy Kennedy comes to Citrus County history, es-
swooshing motion, ice dozens of ,,.. pecially on the west side of the


cupcakes. Wil
Jan said she still has one of Nana N
Ada's rings and there's still a bit
of chocolate icing imbedded in the platinum
filigree.
My grandfather on my mother's side (Nana
Ada was my dad's mom) sold insurance or
something like that, but he fancied himself
an artist He painted really bad landscapes,
but amazing clowns. He did a set of baker
clowns on newspaper for my baker grand-
mother, which she hung in the bakery's cus-
tomer area.
When Nana Ada died and the bakery was


3


county where he grew up.
TE With a keen mind for names and
dates and events, he can make you
see 50-years-ago Citrus County just with his
stories.
Be sure to read more about Grannan and
about his memories of growing up in Citrus
County.
Also in this issue, Mary Alice Tillman
muses about SPAM (the food product, not the
stuff that clogs up your e-mail inbox), the
Food Network on TV and alligators.
See NOTE/Page 11


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


Senior Style

Senior Style is a monthly publication of the
Citrus County Chronicle for and about senior
lifestyles in Citrus County.
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* MATTHEW BECK/Chronicle
Citrus County Historical Society president John Grannan and his
family have been residents in Citrus County for generations. He
is pictured in the Historical Society's archives, which store
copies of the Citrus County Chronicle back to the 1800s./Page 7


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Drink before you're thirsty Observations on


Abig glass of ice-cold water is a great
way to quench a thirst on a hot day, but
is it enough to keep you from becom-
ing dehydrated?
Maybe not, especially if you are older than
60. If you wait until you feel thirsty to replen-
ish body fluids, you may already be dehy-
drated. And thirst can be quenched before
the necessary body fluids have been re-
placed.
Under normal conditions, the body loses


and needs to replace approxi-
mately 2 to 3 quarts of water every
day in order to function properly.
Water not only produces body flu-
ids such as saliva, tears, urine and
stool, but it also serves to cushion
and lubricate brain and joint tis-
sue, transport nutrients and carry
waste away from body cells.
Perspiration helps regulate body
temperature by distributing heat to
the surface of your skin. As perspi-
ration evaporates, it has a cooling
effect on your whole system.


Jennifi
NEWS
SRR


What happens
"When a person becomes
overheated and is dehydrated
they are not able to produce
enough perspiration to allow
their natural cooling system
to function properly, and that
in turn increases their risk of
heat exhaustion or heat ...
stroke," said Eileen Hum, A
R.N., M.S., clinical educator at
Seven Rivers Regional Med-
ical Center "If outdoor activi-
ties are planned, it is
important to take into consid-
eration the temperature, hu- r.'
midity, level of physical
exertion and medications you are taking
(some medication such as diuretics can cause
or increase the chances of dehydration).
"Also, you have to be mindful to rehydrate
and maintain a proper balance of water and
electrolytes."
Fortunately, much of the body's fluid and
the salts it contains is replenished with the
water and salts in our regular diet. Foods
such as fruits, greens and most vegetables are
high in water content.
But, Hum warned, "Caffeinated beverages
such as soft drinks, tea and coffee may count
toward daily fluid intake; but they also pro-
mote increased urination. Remember, the
goal is to take in more fluids than you lose."

Plan ahead
In many cases, a little advanced planning


could help prevent dehydration.
"Ideally, strenuous activity should be
scheduled for the early morning or late af-
ternoon, but if you must be out during the
heat of the day, wear light-colored, light-
weight, tightly woven, loose-fitting clothing
with a hat and drink 6 to 10 extra ounces of
fluid before venturing outdoors," said Hum.
Once outside, drink 6 to 10 ounces of water
or sports beverage at regular intervals (every
20 minutes) during the course of the activity
and after it ends, she said.
It's important to learn to recog-
nize the early signs of dehydration
and to respond quickly if they de-
velop. Signs of dehydration in-
clude: dry, sticky lips, mouth or
tongue; dry mucus membranes;
S less-frequent urination or dark
urine; thirst; headache; skin that
does not flatten when pinched and
er Hall released; fatigue, lethargy or irri-
FROM ability; lightheadedness; dizzi-
EMC ness; confusion; hot, dry skin that is
flushed; increased heart rate
and breathing; nausea; vomit-
ing; seizure.
A dehydrated person will
feel much sicker as the condi-
tion progresses and more
body systems (or organs) are
affected.

What to do
Treatment varies depend-
S ing on the degree of dehydra-
S tion. Mild dehydration due to
overexertion should respond
well to simple rehydration
Therapy that includes over-
Sthe-counter sports drinks to
..W. restore the appropriate levels
of body fluids, electrolytes
and salt (infants and young children should
be given a solution like Pedialyte to maintain
electrolyte balance).
If caught early enough, simple rehydration
methods may work for moderate dehydration
as well, but if symptoms persist after a few
hours, intravenous (IV) fluids may be neces-
sary. Severe dehydration should be treated
immediately as a medical emergency requir-
ing hospitalization and IV fluids.
It is important to note that consuming ex-
cessively large quantities of fluid, in particu-
lar water or other beverages without
additional sodium, may increase the risk of
low blood sodium or hyponatraemia (water
intoxication).
"The problem is when water enters the
body more quickly than it can be removed,


See SRRMC/Page 4


Food Network


OK, I know we talk
about food a lot. But,
can you believe the
stuff they try to tell us are
"good eats"? I mean really -
one word, "yuk!"
Recently, I was tuned into a
Travel Channel program
about traveling to Hawaii.
Everyone would love to go to
Hawaii. Who wouldn't? What
time does the plane leave?
Anyway, back to the
point...the reporter
was reporting on
the cuisine through-
out Hawaii. As it
turns out, they serve
a lot of SPAM in
Hawaii! Not SPAM -
as in computer
spam, but food
SPAM. Mar
Yep! I said SPAM. Til
You all remember LET'S
that, don't you? We
used. to eat it often
when I was growing up. It
was a staple left over from
the war and every household
survived on it at one time or
another because it was
cheap.
We sliced it, fried it and put
it on a sandwich with fresh
tomato.
It wasn't too bad, but again,
that is not the point. The
point is, would I travel thou-
sands of miles and spend
thousands of dollars only to
be served SPAM at a gourmet
restaurant?
My answer would be, prob-
ably not They don't even dis-


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l


guise the name. It's written
right on the menu SPAM.
As it turns out, I guess SPAM
in any language is the same.
So, no thank you, I'll have the
filet mignon instead of the
$14 SPAM sandwich.
What are people thinking?
Some of the food combina-
tions defy sense. I'm not mak-
ing this up: one of the
gourmet cooking shows
cooked up a dish
with chocolate, al-
monds and fish all
in the same entree.
Again, yuk! Now, I
like each and
every one of those
ingredients, just
not all together
Another thing:
Alice Why do they serve
man a tablespoonful of
TALK food on this huge
plate?


Of course, there
is the drizzle. Did you notice
that they pour "drizzle" over
almost everything? Like that
is going to make everything
taste better.
For instance, chocolate
drizzle over fish?
Boy, that will really make
you want to come back for
more. Sounds appetizing,
huh?
Uh-uh. Please bring my fish
with some just plain ol' but-
ter or now I guess olive oil
- "slathered" (to quote the
great cook Paula Deen) on it

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SRRMC
Continued from Page 3
body fluids are diluted and a
potentially dangerous shift in
electrolyte balance occurs,"
said Hum. "Initially, symp-
toms of hyponatraemia
mimic dehydration. As with
alcohol poisoning, the pro-
gression from mild to severe
symptoms may occur rapidly
as the water continues to
enter the body from the in-
testines.
"When sodium levels fall
too low, cerebral edema,
seizures, coma and death can
occur within just a few hours
of drinking the excess water."
So how do you know if
you're drinking too much or
too little? According to the
American College of Sports
Medicine, the most accurate
way is to weigh yourself be-
fore, during and after strenu-
ous activity. For every pound
lost, you need to drink a pint
of fluid. If you weigh more
after the event, you drank
more than you needed.


Weigh yourself
before, during and
after strenuous
activity.

A more practical rule of
thumb is to drink 5 to 8
ounces of fluids every 15 to 20
minutes. Water is fine for the
first hour, but if the weather
is hot and strenuous activity
extends beyond one hour, a
sports drink is recom-
mended.
Occasionally, dehydration
might be a sign of something
more serious, such as dia-
betes. If you have symptoms
or concerns about dehydra-
tion, please talk to your
physician. It may be appro-
priate to run tests to rule out
any other potential problems.
--m-i---~
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community relations
coordinator at Seven Rivers
Regional Medical Center in
Crystal River


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John Grannan serves county with history


NANCY KENNEDY
nkennedy@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle

As a son of the
South, John
Grannan loves nothing
more than talking
about the importance
of having a sense of
place.
He values his Citrus County roots
that grow deep in both Crystal River
and Lecanto. With a keen memory for
local lore and history, the 61-year-old
is a natural fit in his position as pres-
ident of the Citrus County Historical


Society.
It doesn't take much prodding to
get him to give a guest a crash course
in the history of the place he proudly
calls home.
"The Grannan family was from In-
diana, but Mom was born and raised
here," he says. "She was a King, of
the Kings Bay connection. Her father
came down from Nassau County,
north of Jacksonville. They had a fer-
ryboat business on the St. Mary's
River. There's a place in Nassau
County called Kings Ferry. The man
that came down here was Ed King."
Ed King built his house on the bay,
what's now called Kings Bay. Shortly
thereafter, his brother Josiah King
joined him in Crystal River. Josiah
was Grannan's great-great-
grandfather. Josiah's son, Henry,
married Lucy Allen.


Meanwhile, the Davis family came
to Lecanto in 1866. Grannan owns
some of the Davis family property on
County Road 491.
"I jokingly say that anyone who
moved here after
1868 is a new-
comer," he says. |L
"All my relatives
were here by that an]
then."
About that time, move
a malaria epi- after 1I
demic swept
through Crystal newcomer
River and many
people, including
the Allens, moved
Citrus Cot
to Lecanto. Jeffie
Davis King was
Grannan's grandmother and the one
who gave him his sense of place.
"As a young boy I was very inter-
ested in history," he says. "I used to
spend weekends with my grandpar-


ents and sometimes some of the older
people would come over to visit and
they'd say, 'Do you remember this?' I
was fascinated by that
"My grandmother would talk about


kingly say
(one who
d here
868 is a
r. 99 .
John Grannan
president,
unty Histoncal Society.


events as if they
had just hap-
pened," he says.
"Her grandfather
died during the
Civil War and she
talked about it like
it just happened.
She talked about
other things, too."
One of her sto-
ries was about the
two boys who were
electrocuted at the
dam on the Withla-


coochee River. It was June 10, 1911.
The dam had just been built and a
bunch of people from Lecanto went
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ROOTS
Continued from Page 7
there for a picnic to see this
"new wondrous thing." Three
boys ran across the top of the
dam and two were electro-
cuted.
"Tamsey Maynard (one of
Grannan's relatives from the
Allen family) was not quite 5
years old and she was at their
funeral," he says. "She re-
members being horrified be-
cause water was coming out
of the coffins ...from ice; they
didn't embalm the bodies.
"These stories give insight
into the way things had been
and the way people were. I'm
very fortunate to have had
the opportunity to hear them,
because so many people
aren't around their grand-
parents anymore," he says.
Grannan's parents met in
Savannah, Ga., during World
War II. His father, a musician,
had joined the Army in 1941
after being told musicians
never had to carry a gun. He
was sent to Pearl Harbor, ar-
riving Nov 7, 1941, at Schoe-
field Barracks. One month
later, after the Japanese at-
tack, the Army took away his
instrument and gave him a
gun. He took part in the Bat-
tle of Guadalcanal, where he
was injured and discharged.
He joined a band and trav-
eled around the country, in-
cluding a nightclub in
Savannah where Grannan's
mother worked as a bar-
tender They went on a date
one Saturday and were mar-
ried the next Saturday.
"I was fortunate that they
chose to live here," Grannan
says.
In 1948 they moved to
Lecanto, where Grannan's
dad was a traveling music
teacher for the county. Then
he was band director for Cit-
rus High School for two
years, then city clerk for the
city of Inverness for six
months.
"In 1953, Brown Dumas Sr.
decided my father needed to
go back to teaching he was
doing construction and was a
mechanic, too because
Crystal River High School


MATTHEW BECK/Chronicle
As John Grannan works on writ-
ing an article for the Chronicle,
he looks through some of the
volumes of archives at the Citrus
County Historical Society.

needed a band director,"
Grannan says.
They moved to Crystal
River, renting Doc Hudson's
old house on Citrus Avenue,
and the Grannan family -
three brothers and two sis-
ters lived a Norman Rock-
wellesque existence for the
next six years.
They lived next door to the
old Methodist church build-
ing, which is no longer there,
and Grannan's father became
the church's choir director.
The Grannan kids rode their
bikes or walked everywhere
- to the movie theater run by
their cousin Vada Allen Yeo-
mans and to swim in the
clear water at Legion Beach,
which is now Hunter Springs.
Once or twice a year they'd
make the "big trip" into
Ocala to go shopping, which

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was a rare treat and an ad-
venture. Mostly, they had
everything they could ever
need or want in Crystal River.
"It was a wonderful child-
hood," Grannan says.

To Ozello
In 1959, a subdivision off
Ozello Road began to be de-
veloped and some families,
including the Grannans,
moved out there. For a 12-
year-old boy, it was the same
as moving out into the wilder-
ness.
Grannan says he and his
siblings went from being in-
dependently mobile, riding
their bikes and walking any-
where they wanted, to being
dependent on rides into town
and school.
After graduating from
Crystal River High School in
1965, he went to junior col-
lege in Ocala and then trans-
ferred to the University of
South Florida.
"Unfortunately, I didn't
study and was 'asked to leave'
- I wasn't allowed to register
again," he says.

Military service
Back then, the military
draft was still in force and
Grannan didn't escape it. He
was 22 years old and on April
1 he received his draft notice.
He enlisted in the Navy,


which his family found funny
because being on the water
always made him seasick
After being trained in com-
munications, he immediately
received orders for Vietnam.
"I had done everything I
could to avoid going to Viet-
nam except study," he says.
But his orders were
changed and Grannan ended
up at the Pentagon instead.
"I was very fortunate," he
says. "I've always loved his-
tory and I'd never been to
Washington, D.C., so I got to
spend three years there."
He had thought about liv-
ing there. Friends were get-
ting jobs with senators and
congressmen after their en-
listments ended, but
Grannan just didn't like the
cold winters and missed
Florida, especially Citrus
County.
He returned and went back
to Tampa to finish school at
USF, getting a master's de-
gree in rehabilitation coun-
seling. He ended up working
on campus at the Florida
Mental Health Institute,
which was his career until
five years ago when budget
cuts deleted his job.
During his 25-plus years in
Tampa, Grannan still came to
Citrus County as often as he
could.
"When you're only up here
on the weekends, there's only
so much you can do," he says.

Home again
When he returned full time


It's important for everybody to
have a hometown.

John Grannan


in 2003, he became more in-
volved with the county's his-
torical society and began
volunteering at the Coastal
Heritage Museum in Crystal
River.
He's one of the few docents
who grew up in Crystal River.
"Then I started going over
to the (courthouse) museum
in Inverness," he says, going
through the archives and
spending hours reading back
copies of the Chronicle.
Recently, Grannan put to-
gether an exhibit of the
World War II generation from
the west side of Citrus
County, which is on display at
the Coastal Heritage Mu-
seum.
"I spent several weeks
reading old Chronicles," he
says. "There was so much in-
formation on each page -
things I had heard about and


things I hadn't. What was
truly amazing was how the
whole community was in-
volved in the war effort."
As Grannan got more in-
volved in the historical soci-
ety, he joined the board of
directors, was elected vice
president and a year later,
president. This is his second
term.
"The biggest thing John
brings to the Historical Soci-
ety is his own personal his-
tory," said Sharon Padgett, a
board member representing
the Coastal Heritage Mu-
seum in Crystal where
Grannan volunteers. "Being
raised here, his family roots
run deep, and he has a great
mind for details names,
places and events. That's a
wonderful resource for this
area."
Grannan says people ask


him all the time what grow-
ing up here was like. They as-
sume he felt deprived living
in such a small town, but he
says it's the opposite.
"When I see all these de-
velopments cropping up
north of Tampa, I feel sorry
for the kids who are growing
up there," he says. "There's
no sense of community.
That's something that should
be around you all the time.
You should be able to walk
out your door and know your
neighbor and know the peo-
ple at the businesses in
town."
He says sense of commu-
nity and family is what has
sustained him and what fuels
his passion for Citrus County
and for Crystal River and
Lecanto.
He never married or had
children, but he has nieces
and nephews and an ex-
tended family that keep him
tied to this place.
"Crystal River is my home-
town," he says. "It's impor-
tant for everybody to have a
hometown."


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Special to the Chronicle
AARP, originally founded as the "American Association of Retired
Persons," celebrates its golden anniversary this year with an up-
dated image and focus.


AARP celebrates


its golden year


Special to the Chronicle

On July 1, AARP, the asso-
ciation for Americans age 50-
plus, celebrated its own 50th
birthday.
In the past half-century,
AARP has grown from a col-
lection of index cards on a
California kitchen table to
the nation's largest nonprofit
membership association,
with more than 39 million
members.
AARP was founded by Dr.
Ethel Percy Andrus, the first
California female high-
school principal and a lead-
ing educator. Moved by the
plight of retired California
teachers who were barely
surviving with no or very
small pension benefits, An-
drus founded the National
Retired Teachers Associa-
tion.
Eleven years later, she
founded AARP, which was
dedicated to promoting inde-
pendence, dignity and pur-
pose for mid-life and older
Americans.
Fifty years later, the asso-
ciation's goals remain the
same.
AARP is not only working


with the 50-plus generation,
but all generations to create
positive change on topics
such as affordable health
care and financial security.
Recently, AARP joined
with national business and
labor groups to create the
"Divided We Fail" movement
(www.dividedwefail.org) to
help Americans improve ac-
cess to affordable health
care and to create better
tools to achieve lifetime fi-
nancial security.
To break through Washing-
ton gridlock and spur action,
the movement is collecting
pledges from "Divided We
Fail" voters, collecting Amer-
icans' true-life stories about
financial security and health
care, waging an intensive na-
tional advertising and politi-
cal action campaign, and
reaching out to ordinary
Americans.
Today, AARP is building on
past successes and creating
new legacies for the future.
AARP's vision is a society in
which all are able to grow
older with dignity, choice
and purpose, reaching ful-
fillment of their goals and
dreams.


Over the hill? Think again


Associated Press

Here is a look at a few of the major ac-
complishments through the past quar-
ter-century by athletes who were past
the age of 40: "
Dara Torres: At age 41,
the swimmer wins two
events at the 2008 U.S.
Olympic Trials, the 50- and
100-meter freestyles, setting
an American record in the 50
free. She has opted not to
compete in the 100 free at
the Beijing Games.
Eamonn Coghlan: In
1994, the 41-year-old Irish
miler and former world .
champion at 5,000 meters be- ""
comes the first person older
than 40 to run a sub-4-minute mile.
Coghlan clocks a 3:58.15 at a race in
Cambridge, Mass.
George Foreman: In 1994, at age 45,
the boxer regains part of the heavy-
weight title he lost to Muhammad Ali 20


years earlier, stopping Michael Moorer
with a two-punch combination in the
10th round. Foreman captures the IBF
and WBA championships to become the
oldest champion in any
w weight class.
U Jack Nicklaus: In 1986,
the golfing great wins his last
major championship, the.
Masters, at age 46.
N Darrell Green: Elected to
the Pro Football Hall of Fame
in February in his first year of
eligibility, the Washington
Redskins cornerback was 42
when he retired after the 2002
season. He had at least one
interception in 19 consecutive
seasons.
Martina Navratilova: A
month before her 50th birthday, in 2006,
the tennis champion finished her career
by winning her 59th Grand Slam title,
teaming with Bob Bryan to take the
mixed doubles championship at the U.S.
Open.


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Now you can't tell me that
there are people who really
eat this stuff. They may eat it
once, but not a second time.
People act like they like
those awful combinations
just because they think ...
well, I really don't know why
anyone would want to eat
that stuff. It isn't even healthy.
One thing
about it,
we've been
fooling
tourists for a
long time
with our alli-
gator farms,
but we can't
fake good -
cooking. Peo- ,
ple in the /
South know
how to cook!
OK, maybe -
not so much
me, but most
everyone
and, for sure,
our mothers knew.
Although I'm not so sure
what my children will say
when asked, "What was your
favorite dish your mother
cooked?"
I really didn't cook that
many Here's the thing,
though what I cook is good
and there is plenty of it
About those alligator farms
...I recently spent a few days
at the Peabody Hotel in Or-
lando. They had alligators
right in the middle of the
atrium. My first thought was,
"We're still reeling them in



NOTE
Continued from Page 2
Only. Mary Alice can put
such seemingly random
things together and make it
amusing. I never know what
she'll come up with next.
And Jim Miller, our Savvy
Senior columnist, offers great
advice for choosing a com-
fortable bicycle. Biking is
great exercise, but if the seat
hurts your seat...
Here's an idea for you this


with those alligators." My
second thought was, "Those
rocks are too high and even
with the fence and one day
those gators might take a no-
tion to crawl out and eat
something!"
My friend and coworker
Meg was with me. We both
live on the river and agreed
that these alligators might
just get a notion to chomp
down on something they
shouldn't. Of course, I made a
deal with the al-
ligators: They
stay on their
side of the river
and I stay on
mine!
One thing for
sure, if they
start feeding
those alligators
some of that
gourmet food,
they will leave
sooner than
later.
Again, I di-
gress ... I'm just
saying, if you go
to Hawaii, be
sure to read the menu care-
fully and save the Spam for
back home or that hiking trip.
It does keep well- it's in a
can for goodness' sake, and
it's easy to open. Enjoy!
Until next time, remember
..."Laughter is the best med-
icine!"


Mary Alice Tillman,
executive director at
Brentwood Retirement
Community in Lecanto, can
be reached at
mabtllll@bellsouth.net

month: Tell somebody about
a childhood event. People
love to hear stories about
other people and it keeps his-
tory alive.
Truly, our family stories
are all we have.
Until next month,
Nancy Kennedy


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@chronicleonline. com.


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'MEMORY LANE, __ar


Lee and Carol Balch were

when a UPS truck driver,
making a delivery, told them
about a 1957 Ford that had
been parked in a barn just a
few miles from Where they
lived. Needless to say this
sparked their interest, and
before they knew it they were
on their way to take a look at
the car. After introductions
with the owners Lee and
Carol got a look at the car.
When the cover was drawn off
of the car there it was in its
entire splendor. A 1957 Ford
Fairlane 500.
Lee explained, "At
first the owners of the car
didn't seem to want to sell the
car. After several negotiations
I actually found out the title of
the car had been lost
somewhere between
California and New York, so
the owner was reluctant to
sell the car. Lee explained,
"After a few phone calls to the
proper authorities, and the
fact New York is a registration
state, it didn't matter about a
title. That is what got the
owner motivated on the sale
of the car."
"The car was built in
Long Beach California and
was rust free but needed a
total restoration" Carol
continued. "All the interior,
and all the wiring had been
chewed up by mice. The
interior had been eaten right
down to the seat frames." The
car was complete except for
what the mice ate, and had
the optional T-Bird 312 ci 245


hp engine, automatic parts that they needed.
transmission and power Continuing, Carol told a little
steering, story about how she found
Thirty years have original Ford fender skirts just
gone by and the car sits in a couple of weeks after they


Lee and Carols garage as a
complete restoration. The car
is all stock with the exception
of the Continental Kit which
just so happens to be an
exact reproduction of the
original Ford kit. Carol
explained, "The project took a
few years and a lot of trips to
Carlisle, PA for the New Old
Stock (NOS)."
It was interesting
when Carol said, "It was a lot
of fun looking for the parts."
Lee brought up the fact that
Carol could always get a deal,
and she was lucky finding the


had just purchased
reproductions because they
couldn't find
Ford originals.
They still have
t h e
reproductions
tucked away
somewhere.
They agreed
when I mention
that most
restoration n
enthusiasts
believe that the
fun is in the
hunt, and the _


excitement is even greater
when you actually find a part,
any part, that might be
needed.
Lee and Carol are
not novices when it comes to
restoring older cars. They got
started over thirty years ago.
Carol got everything started
when she bought a '55 Ford
Crown Victoria. She admits
she really didn't know at the
time, what she was getting
into. As the story goes it
seemed as though one car
led to another. The '55 Crown
Vic just wasn't enough so they
got another. This time it was a
'56 Ford Crown Victoria. Then
there were two. Also included
in their collection was a '56 T-
Bird, and of course the '61
Ford Starliner that I wrote
about in the June 24th column
of Memory Lane.
Before they moved
from New York to Florida, Lee
and Carol had to pick one car
each to move with them. Their
choices were the '57 Ford


Fairlane 500, and the '61 Ford
Starliner, which are picture
perfect. Watch for them the
next time you go to a local car
show. They are a must see.
When I asked Lee
and Carol what they expect to
do with the Fairlane, Carol
was quick to reply, and Lee
confirmed, "Cremate me put
me in the gas tank and blow
me out the tailpipe over the
boulevard." Thanks for the
memories. Lee and Carol.
Maybe you're a
restoration enthusiast and
have some stories or
memories to share. Perhaps
you own a muscle, classic, or
vintage car that is your pride
and joy. Feel free to e-mail
Brian A. Bisson at
bbisson@chronicleonline.com
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and possibly a story in our
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Chrysler introduces 2009 Aspen, Durango


By Dave Sickle

Most automakers believe
there will always be a market
segment for drivers who truly
need a large vehicle. Big fami-
lies who need space for lots of
people and stuff simply can't
get by in something smaller.
Those who use their large
SUVs for towing boats or
recreational vehicles or hauling
work loads won't find much
use for smaller vehicles either.
They just want vehicles with
full-size performance and ca-
pability that won't break the
bank at the gas station. For
now, hybrid trucks seem to
offer the most promise.
Chrysler's first venture into
hybrid vehicles involves its
two full-size SUVs, the
Chrysler Aspen and Dodge Du-
rango. Both use a state-of-the-
art gas-electric hybrid system,
developed by a partnership
with General Motors, Mer-
cedes-Benz and BMW. This
system integrates proven auto-
matic-transmission technology
with a hybrid-electric drive.
Because it offers low- and
high-speed Electric Continu-
ously Variable Transmission
modes, the system is defined as
a "two-mode hybrid." In addi-
tion, the system incorporates
four fixed-gear ratios for high
efficiency and power-handling
capabilities.
During the two ECVT
modes, the system can use the
electric motors for accelera-
tion, improving fuel economy
or for regenerative braking.
The energy is stored in a bat-
tery pack for later use.
In the first mode, the two-
mode hybrid provides all of the
fuel-saving benefits of a full-
hybrid system, including elec-
tric-only operation. In this
mode, the engine is "shut off,"
with the vehicle moving under
electric-only power at low
speed. The result is a signifi-
cant reduction in fuel con-
sumption in heavy stop-and-go
traffic.
The second mode is used pri-
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addmton to elecriJ assisy'f,7he
second mode provides full
power from the 5.7-liter HEMI
V-8 when conditions demand


The HEMI-powered 2009 Chrysler Aspen Hybrid, using a revolutionary two-mode gas-electric hybrid system, gets a 40-percent improvement in fuel economy at an esti-
mated 18 mpg city and 19 mpg highway.


it, such as when passing,
pulling a trailer or climbing a
steep grade.
With its complex, yet elegant
design, the two-mode system
also packages two compact,
powerful electric motors that
fit inside a conventional auto-
matic transmission case. It of-
fers a clear packaging
advantage compared with
today's typical single-mode
systems that rely on much
larger electric motors.
A controller determines
when the vehicle should oper-
ate in the first or second mode.
l'nnut.from the controller deter-


mihe't'ie necessary torque for
the driving conditions and
sends a corresponding com-
mand to the engine and electric


motors. The engine and electric
motors transfer torque to a se-
ries of gears in the transmis-
sion, which multiply torque
similar to a conventional auto-
matic transmission to move the
vehicle.
Unlike conventional Contin-
uously Variable Transmissions,
the two-mode full hybrid's
electrically controlled system
uses no mechanical belts or
bands. Shifts between the two
modes are synchronous, mean-
ing no engine speed changes
during a change of modes, for
almost seamless .acceleration.
The .3?ii0-olt batten onack


provides electric po%%er tor the
system, and is designed to fit in
the vehicle without compro-
mising passenger space. A rec-


tifier located under the vehi- for more power.
cle's hood converts AC to DC, The assistance from the elec-
to power conventional 12-volt trick motors allows the HEMI to
accessories, such as interior remain in four-cylinder mode
lighting, climate control and longer than without a hybrid
the audio system. The vehicle's powertrain. Chrysler says pre-
internal-combustion engine ef- liminary fuel estimates are 18
ficiently maintains the battery miles per gallon city, 19 mpg
pack. highway. That is a considerable
Capable of towing 6,000 improvement over a 4-wheel
pounds, the 2009 Chrysler drive Durango with a 5.7-liter
Aspen and Dodge Durango HEMI, which gets 13/18 mpg.
HEMI Hybrid vehicles can de- Chrysler anticipates customers
liver a total output, of 385 will be able to reduce fuel con-
horsepower and 380 lb.-ft. of sumption by several hundred
torque. In hybrid form, the gallons of gas annually.
HEMI .continues t ..feature ,y 450 will be the first
Chrvsler' I MDS -Atdi' W'w cdes application of the
which allows the engine to two-mode hybrid system. GM
seamlessly alternate between is building the two-mode trans-
four-cylinder mode when less missions for its vehicles, as
power is needed and V-8 mode well as supplying Chrysler.


Similarly, Mercedes will build
the transmissions for both its
own and BMW's vehicles. The
X6 will be the first BMW
model to get the hybrid system.
The internal workings are the
same for all versions, but the
software controlling all system
functions will be tailored to suit
individual manufacturers'
needs.
Pricing for the Chrysler
Aspen Hybrid is $45,570 and
the Durango, $45,430.
Chrysler boasts its new hybrids
will sell for $8,000 less than
the Chevy Tahoe and GMC
Yukon Hybrids, which are,'on
sale now, using the- same hy-
brid systems as the new
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The association is looking for any
antique, muscle or classic automobile
clubs or individuals to participate in
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displaying the automobiles in conjunc-
tion with the days other events. This
event begins in the heart of historic
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$12,900


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$15,995
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All otons, Factory Warranty, Retiree trade Black over cream leather, 17K miles, Flawless!
$19,900 $34,900


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$15,900


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$21,995


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$15,900


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$139900


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Flawless Il K miles, All the toys, Super gas saver
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$15,995


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$12,900


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$16,995


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$20,900


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13,995.


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$16,995.


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13,995.


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114,995.


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18,995. o 17,995. $19,995. 19,995.
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119,995.


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1995 16' CUBE VAN 1i9U LOuw 1'
LIFT GATE, AT, A/C, O. 90 JOHNSON, TROLLING
EXCELLENT TIRES OR MOTOR, DEPTH FINDER, LOW
RANGE, FISHING-READY
YOUR CHOICE'3,995


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2001 FORD RANGER XLT 2003 16' BAYLINER
EXTRA CAB -PRICE INCLUDES a2000 CASH
V6, AUTOMATIC. lOR TRADE EQUITY PLUS TAX,
V6, AUTOMATIC. Ar rm ta~ -. TAG, TITLE & 6 499"5 DLR FEE
564-8333 '4,500 795-6800 '4,999


2004 BUICK CENTURY 2005 BUICK CENTURY
PRICE INCLUDES '2000 CASH PRICE INCLUDES '2000 CASH
OR TRADE EQUITY PLUS TAX, OR TRADE EQUITY PLUS TAX,
TAG, TITLE & '4990 DLR FEE TAG, TITLE & 449950 DLR FEE
795-6800 '8,265 795-6800 '8,765


1999 BUICK PARK AVE. 1999 CADILLAC DEVILLE 2002 CHEVY CAVALIER LS
PRICE INCLUDES s2000 CASH PRICE INCLUDES '2000 CASH PRICE INCLUDES '2000 CASH
OR TRADE EQUITY PLUS TAX, OR TRADE EQUITY PLUS TAX, OR TRADE EQUITY PLUS TAX,
TAG, TITLE & S49950 DLR FEE TAG, TITLE & $499' DLR FEE TAG, TITLE & $499- DLR FEE
795-6800 '5,835 795-6800 ,'5,968 795-6800 '4,650


2007 CHEVY MALIBU LS
PRICE INCLUDES '2000 CASH
OR TRADE EQUITY PLUS TAX,
TAG, TITLE & $49950 DLR FEE
795-6800 '11,400


2001 DODGE DAKOTA SLT '2005 DODGE RAM 2500 4X4
PRICE INCLUDES '2000 CASH PRICE INCLUDES 12000 CASH
OR TRADE EQUITY PLUS TAX, OR TRADE EQUITY PLUS TAX,
TAG, TITLE & $499"5 DLR FEE TAG, TITLE & $49950 DLR FEE
795-6800 '7,739 795-6800 *15,995


2002 FORD MUSTANG 2001 FORD TAURUS SE 1999 GMC 3500 CARGO 2004 GMC ENVOY
PRICE INCLUDES '2000 CASH PRICE INCLUDES '2000 CASH PRICE INCLUDES '2000 CASH PRICE INCLUDES'2000 CASH
OR TRADE EQUITY PLUS TAX; OR TRADE EQUITY PLUS;TAX, OR TRADE EQUITY PLUS TAX, OR TRADE EQUITY PLUS TAX,
TAG, TITLE & $499" DLR FEE TAG, TITLE & $49950 DLR FEE TAG, TITLE & $499" DLR FEE TAG, TITLE & $49950 DLR FEE
795-6800 *7,150 795-6800 '6,265 795-6800 *4,765 795-6800 9,850


1995 JEEP WRANGLER
PRICE INCLUDES 12000 CASH
OR TRADE EQUITY PLUS TAX,
TAG, TITLE & '4995 DLR FEE
795-6800 '6,765


1997 JEEP WRANGLER
PRICE INCLUDES -2000 CASH
OR TRADE EQUITY PLUS TAX,
TAG, TITLE & '49950 DLR FEE
795-6800 '7,125


2008 KIA OPTIMA LX 2003 KIA SEDONA LX 2002 KIA SPORTAGE 2000 LINCOLN TOWN CAR
PRICE INCLUDES '2000 CASH PRICE INCLUDES *2000 CASH PRICE INCLUDES 12000 CASH PRICE INCLUDES '2000 CASH
OR TRADE EQUITY PLUS TAX, OR TRADE EQUITY PLUS TAX, OR TRADE EQUITY PLUS TAX, OR TRADE EQUITY PLUS TAX,
TAG, TITLE & $49960 DLR FEE TAG, TITLE & '49950 DLR FEE. TAG, TITLE & $49950 DLR FEE TAG, TITLE & 499" DLR FEE
795-6800 *13,389 795-6800 '5,265 795-6800 '6,500 795-6800 :', '6,895


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TAG, TITLE & $499" DLR FEE
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trade equity plus tax, tag and title and includes $499 dealer deliver fee, 84 mo. @ 7.99% w/740 Beacon Score. Some vehicles may require factory order. MPG based on highway milage and will vary on vehicle
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(2) 17FT GLAS-
TRON
BOATS (1)115hp Evln
(1 )115hp MERC. both
w/ PT & T exc. trailers.
$2195 ea. abo.
352-795-7335
'71 T-CRAFT 23'3" L
'00 Evlnrude 150hp,
like new, Trailer
w/brakes. New fires.
Biminl top. $7,300.
352-489-3661
AIRBOAT
1996, 15', 500cubic
inch, Cadillac
engine compi rebuilt
$8500. (352) 560-3019

BASS BOAT
16' Ranger 90HP Merc,
Trlr, Run/looks great
$2500 Firm
352-601-4722
BAYLINER
1986, 21', Clera,
Cuddycabin. 225hp.
overnighter, $4900.
(352) 726-3302
or 697-2513
BAYLINER
'88, Cud. Cab., w/trlr.
excel. run. cond. all
equip Incl, $3,000 obo
(352) 228-7991
CAROLINA SKIFF
'06, 19ft., '07 Yamaha,
115 mtr.,wrrty lhrs., 4
strkBm Top, Trl mtr
extras $16,500. obo
(352) 220-8438
FMC
Jon Boat 16 Ft Alum
W/M&TGreat River
Boat $1000.00 OBO
352-212-7713
POLARCRAFT
'94, 17ft, alumn, tun-
nel, tiller, 30Hp Suzuki
Elec. start mtr $2,600
obo (352) 503-6938
PONTOON
'03, 25' SUN TRACKER,
'05 90hp Merc, low hrs,
fresh bottom paint, VHF
alum. deck, tandem trir.
cust. dive platform
$12,800.352-586-1676
PONTOON
'04 17FT Suntracker
'05 25HP 4 stroke
Merc, T&T, Immac.
$7,500 (352) 586-1566
PROLINE
87 proline 17 ft cc 115
johnson tilt/trim fish
finder trailer ready for
fishing or scalloping
$3,500, 352 270-3641
Scout Dorado
'97, 15ft., 50HP,4 stroke,
Yamaha, w/ bimini trir. &
extras. $5,150
(352) 344-9925
SEAHUNT
2007, 21FT, center
console, 150 Yamaha
GPS, Take over pymts
(352) 344-5561
Seapro
'99. 21 ft.. 150
Yamaha w/ tandum
trir,, bimini trolling mtr.
AM/FM $10,500.
352 748-5005
SEASWIRL
19', 2003 Take Over
Payments, 115hp
Yamaha '03. Geat
Condition $15kobo
352-476-2498


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SPECTRUM
'94, 18 ft., Pontoon
w/ frr., many extras,
$6,000. obo
(352) 726-7765
1 Recreational |
: Vehicles J
'89 21FT CHEVY
350, 110K ml exc. ti-
res, new brake lines,
muff & batt $3,000/
obo 352-465-2926
COACHMAN
'05,34ft., ClassA, 2 Slides,
w/ all factory options,
used one time,
$40,000.
obo (352) 628-2649
DAMON
'92, 32', 454 Chevy eng,
27K, 2 ACs, qn. bed.
Non Smok, No pets, Lots
of extras & Exc, Condl
$16,900. 352-527-8247
FOUR WINDS,
'03, Hurricane 30Q,
class A motor home,
311/2 ft., 20k ml. V10
gas, ducted rf. air,
onan 4K gen., qn
bed, etc. Saturn toad
Avail. $35,000. Lets
talk (352) 397-5007
KIT ROAD RANGER
Elite TRAVEL TRAILER
33' 1986 MintCond,
for age. $4,900 or
Make Offer
(352) 382-5984
Starcraft
'99, 9/2 ft.,
SlIde In Truck Camper
$2,500.
(352) 726-2408
Campers/
j Travel railers
COLEMAN
'00, 5th Wheel Travel
Trailer, CD/ Stereo
very clean, $9000.
(352) 503-5446
FLEETWOOD
'05 35ft. 2bdrms, 2
slides, sleeps 5, VG
cond. $13,000/obo.
Won't finance,
352-563-1754
JAYCO
1996 5th wheel, 29FT,
model 2770, Signature
Series, fully loaded
w/slide, $7,250
(352) 634-4439
KODIAK
'04, Hybrid Travel Trir. AC,
Heat, Micro. Tub/ Shwer,
toilet excel Cond.
$9,500. .(352) 564-4151
,OAuto Parts/|
Accessories
CHEVY 383 ROLLER
MOTOR, WIseCo Pistons
Crowler Rods, Naddler
Crank, Pro-Action Heads
$4500 or trade
(352) 726-2286
PONTIAC
Grand AM GT Hit
LIF.Exc.3.3 V6 &
Trans.& Interlor.CD
Nu 161n.UP.$500.OBO
352-228-3131
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Cars
'97 LINCOLN
Towncar. Excellent
condition. $3200
352-637-2036


S Cars

BMW
'02, 530i 4Dr, sterling
gray metallic, gray
leather, loaded,
sports pkg, excellent
condition, 84K miles,
$12,700 obo.
352-637-1574
BMW
'92, 735 I, Runs Great.
$2,000. Don't Miss Out
(352) 746-2252
(352) 302-3945
CADILLAC
'02 Devllle, white
diamond, 13,695
miles. $35,150/obo.
352-746-1581
CHEVY
'97, Blazer, auto, new
air, good cond. dark
green, 112K, shown
July 9, 12-2p 527-2050
CHRYSLER
'04, PT Cruiser, 62K
m., new tires, $8,500
obo (352) 527-8635
(904) 627-6300
FORD
'01 Mustang. Exc.
cond, Low miles.
Beautiful car. $8500
352-344-5168
FORD
Mustang GT Conv.,'96
Auto, Low miles very
good cond. $6,000
(352)212-4477
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S HONDA
'01 Civic EX, auto,
Sunroof, alloys 1 |
owner, 38K org. mi.
CALL FOR DEAL
1-866-838-4376

HONDA
S'08, FIT, Only 1000 mi.
SAVE BIG
Off New Onel |
1-866-838-4376
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HYUNDAI
'06, Sonata, I
Owner, Gas Saver, I
Wont Last $10,995
1-866-838-4376
HYUNDAI
2000 Elentra Wagon,
auto, cruise contri, AC,
Great Gas mi, Wht,
72000mi. $3950 cash,
Make Reas. offer!
631-258-8114 OR
352-270-3500
JAGUAR
S TYPE, 03 Superb
Cond. V6, 30K ml
Below Book Value
$18,900
(352) 527-3456
LINCOLN
TOWNCAR 91, runs
great, must sell, 20-25
mpg. Kelly Blue Book
$3200 asking $1900
(352) 212-7272

MERCEDES =
BENZ




1987 560SL
127K, new tires,
White both tops,
Private Owner
A Nice Car
352-586-6805
352-382-1204 =
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W- .Cars

MERCEDES BENZ
1983 300 SD Excellent
condition, $5200
(352) 613-6559
MERCURY
'07, Marquis LS, 21k
ml., leather, loaded
$14,800.
352-527-0609
MERCURY
96 Marquis L.S.
X-cond. Whi w/blk Im-
itation conv roof.
leather sts. 16' alloy
whis. new brks. air
shocks, 4 new tires.
Morel $3900 Must Be
Seen! (352) 746-0405
352-422-0868
Mitsubishi
'01, Eclipse GS, 90K
mi., runs great, AC, tilt,
auto, cruise $4,850.
352-601-3669
MITSUBISHI
'03, Gallant, Gas
1 Saver, Only 55K, As-
sume Pyts of $99. Mo.
1-866-838-4376
Lmmm mil
NISSAN
'05, Allima, Low
| Miles, Allthe Toys I
II $13,995
1-866-838-4376

NISSAN
98 Altlma, 4 dr. auto.
4 cyc. a/c, clean,
$2900 (352) 795-3509
S TOYOTA
'05, Solara SLE, I
Leather Roof, |
None Nicer, Hurryl
Call for Deall
1-866-838-4376
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TOYOTA
I 06, Camry LE,
low miles, owner
Assume payments
at $259. month |
1-866-838-4376

TOYOTA
2003 Corolla LE 4-door
AutafcAC,CCssete,p
and door locks. One
owner, 48,100 miles,
Exc. cond. $9,000.
352-697-2985
0 Classic
Vehicles
BUICK
'65 La Sabre, 4dr all new
interior. New Tires
$1,500. Cash
352-793-5239
813-431-8321
FORD
1955 F 100 PICK UP Hot
Rod 350 eng ,
BLk CHERRY COLOR
$13,500 352-302-0743
MERCEDES BENZ
1985 380SL, 2 top
roadster. Drives, looks
great. Many new
Mercedes parts.
New A/C. Must see!
$10,500, David
352-637-6443.
TRIUMPH SPITFIRE
1974, 1500, dark blue,
new tires & brakes,
new battery, runs
great, terrific little fun
car, $3,495 obo
(352) 637-5026


1 Classic
S Vehicles
MERCEDES
'72, 350SL, both tops. Car
has been In storage.
$7,900
(352) 586-8576
Volkswagon
'78 Super Beetle Conv.
Runs/look goodl$4500.
(352) 212-4477

S trucks

CHEVROLET
'07, Sllverado 1500,
2 WD, crew cab, LT2,
21k ml., $26,000 obo
(352) 621-8039
CHEVY
'03 Sllverado 1500 Ext.
cab. bed cover,
tow/camp pkg, 38K
miles. Exc. cond.
$12,500. 352-527-3861
FORD
'99 F150 XL
V6, auto, air, am/fm,
bedliner. 120k, $3900.
352-503-6348 or
287-9215
FORD
F-150 Lariat '05 Super
cab 5.41tr 4x4, auto,,
6cd, leather, Bed
Cover/Liner Tow/Cmpr
Pkg 39k Mi. $19,500
(352) 628-9660
FORD F250
99, 7.3 liter Turbo
XLT diesel,81k,ml
Ig.bed,w/topper,$15ko
bo 352 746-6144
ISUZU HOMBRE
96, good cond. roof
rail, tool box, runs
great, great work
truck 94k ml. $2000
6cyl. (352) 746-2154
TOYOTA
'07 Tacoma Prerunner
4dr, 6100 ml. LOADEDI
Books $26,075; Asking
$23,000. 352-220-2648
TRUCK/RV
FORD 1999, Dully, F350,
Diesel, 55K ml, new fires,
exc cond. $17,500
5th Wheel. 31', Dreamer,
2 slides, fiberglass body,
$10,500. (352) 564-2756
,OSport/Utlityl
- Vehicles I

ACURA
'07, MDX Touring, I
Tech and Entertain-
ment Pkg., Save N
j Thousands Off New
S 1-866-838-4376

FORD
'05, Explorer, XLT 15K
mi., 3rd seat, tow pkg
excel, cond. $13,000
ab o 352-746-0897
GMC ENVOY
04, 2WD, Imm. Cond.
42K MI, 2 yr ext warr.
loaded. Nov. Onstar,
rear a/c, Bright Red
19/23 mpg $14,500 or
trade comp P/U
truck (352) 746-0530
GMC
JIMMY SLT 2000 Mod.
2wd-4Dr, 87,000 miles,
loaded, leather int., all
power, sun roof,well
maint., good cond.
$4,500 352-564-1454
JEEP
GRAND Cherokee 00
Laredo, 4.7 V8,leather
4 dr. a/c, 226kmi.
Runs PerfectS3300
352-637-1052


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- Vehicles I
JEEP
'00, Grand Cherokee,
loaded, low ml $7,500
obo (352) 697-9150
(764) 480-1017
pr mmmm
TOYATA
'01,4 Runner
| Nicest in Town |
I Only 69K $8,995
1-866-838-4376

4x4s

FORD
'79, F250, 4x4. $1500
obo (352) 220-7021
FORD
'99 F250. Auto, 88Kml,
a/c. leather, ext cab.
diesel, new tires.
$9,800. 352-628-0043
GMC
'92 Suburban. 30k ml.
Rod holders on front/
back. $4000/obo
352-621-4721
GMC SIERRA
88, 1500. 186K, MI
1 owner, auto.
loaded, tool box
nice rims/tires $3995.
(352) 302-3901
JEEP
WRANGLER 97, Black
w/bimlni top, 3" lift kit
5spd 6 cyc
Adult owned $5200
352-634-1321

Vans
1990 GMC
Party VanI Cold a/c,
TV, runs great. Low
112K ml, G2500, 5,7L,
V8, Dealer list Is $4K,
asking $1900/obo.
352-586-9799
CHEVROLET
'00 Astro Amer. cony.
64k hwy ml. New
Mich. Prestine cond.
$7900. 352-489-3997
DODGE
'94 Caravan, A/C,
runs good, good
work vehicle $1,000
(352)212-94651
Ford 03
Windstar SE, Black
Mint Cond. 78K MI.
Very well Maintain
loaded, DVD-TV New
ABS sys. Immaculate.
Interior $8500
352637-6046
FORD
Econoline 2001 E150
Conversion Van
Wheelchair accessible,
hand controls, power
sliding door & swing-out
lift, a/c, power
windows/doors; tilt &
cruise control;
am/fm/cassette/CD
stereo; V8-10, 6.8 liter,
124K miles,
non-smoker, scratch &
dent side door. excel-
lent driving condition.
$5,775. 352-527-3361
HONDA
I '04, Odyssey EX, I
I Certified Ready for |
Vacation Assume
| mntsat $259 mo
1-866-838-4376
KIA
Sedona EX, 03,
Blue/silver, loaded,
x-cond. new tires,
Sunroof ,56K ml. $7500
abo (352) 212-1077


NISSAN
04, Quest, Silver, capt
chairs, all leather, lot
of xtras, clean, good
cond 75K ml, $12,500
(352) 527-9196

I ATVs
YAMAHA
'04 Bruin 350 4x4 on
the fly. 2 wheel or 4
wheel drive. $3000
obo. 352-220-7021

2 Motorcycles|
'04 HD HERTIAGE
Garaged &
Immaculate. Too
many extras to list.
$14,000. 352-267-5945
Harley Davidson
'01, Fat Boy, 17K ml.,
chromed, exc. cond.
$11,500 negotiable.
(352) 726-5669 -
HARLEY
DAVIDSON
07 Dania Street Bob.
low ml. X-cond
$12.900 352 795-9229
HARLEY
DAVIDSON
'81 Shovelhead, 80",
completely serviced.
gd. tire/shape. $8K
obo 352-522-0401
726-4109
Harley Davidson
'96, Custom Sporster 883,
gar. kept, w/ Mr., low mL
extras, $4,650
(352) 697-5530
Harley Davidson
Heritage Softtall '94
Aqua & silver 5k mi.
Exc. Cond. $9,500
(352) 795-1615
HARLEY
Heritage Softtall '94
Aqua & sliver 5k mi.
Exc. Cond. $9,500
(352) 795-1615
HONDA
'02, 750CC, chromed
out/ Harley look, blk w/
sll. flames 4,300 ml,
$4,200. obo
(352) 302-8046
HONDA
'08 Rebel, black,
many extras, 400 ml.
$2,800, 352-637-2873
422-5922
HONDA
1100 Shadow Sabre
01,7800 ml. many ex-
tras gar. kept $5000
obo 352-621-8080
S & S CUSTOM
CHOPPER. 05, less
than 2K ml. 6 spd
trans, super wide
back tire, If not
painted it's chrome
Cost $25K to build
Sell for $14,500
352-634-1321
SUZUKI
'02, Intruder, 1400CC,
dark blue, $5,200
(352) 382-4896
SUZUKI
'07 GZ250 under 100 mi-
les. Uke new. $2975/obo
352-637-0765
YAMAHA
'02, V-Star Classic
1100 Excel. shape lots
of extras $6,000. or
trade for boat, same
value (352) 628-5605


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