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Title: Citrus County chronicle
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
Inverness, Fla
Publication Date: September 14, 2008
Copyright Date: 2008
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Subject: Newspapers -- Inverness (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Inverness
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The grass is greener, but at what price?


BRIAN LaPETER/Chronicle
Bruce Kriwox, of Bush Pest Control, sprays fertilizer and insecticide Thursday at a house in Oak Village. The county is developing a code to regulate fer-
tilizer applicators.


County fights fertilizer runoff

through ordinance and education


MIKE WRIGHT
mwright@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
The concept is fairly simple and
it goes like this:
The same stuff that makes your
lawn green and plush
also acts as poison to a N Sept. 19
body of water, start of
Rain washes phos- Waters W
phorus and nitrates full list c
from fertilizer into see Page
rivers, lakes and the
bay, causing pollution.
The answer, officials say, is at
once both easy and not so easy.
On the one hand, they can pass
an ordinance restricting the use of
certain types of fertilizers.


On the other hand, those ordi-
nances are nearly impossible to en-
force, officials acknowledge.
So the answer, they say, is a com-
bination of ordinance and educa-
tion.
Citrus County is developing a fer-
tilizer code that would
marks the license commercial
Save Our applicators and re-
Veek. For a strict the time of year
f activities, fertilizers can be ap-
? A5. plied.
It also urges home-
owners to attend train-
ing sessions to learn more about the
impact certain fertilizers have on
the environment
See GREENER/Page A5


Proposed code would regulate application


MIKE WRIGHT
mwright@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
An ordinance regulating fertil-
izer applications is slowly moving
its way through county govern-
ment.
The code, which was first pro-
posed in January, will likely not
be ready for county commission
review for several months, County
Attorney Robert "Butch" Battista
said.
The "Citrus County Fertilizer
Code" is designed to reduce the
amount of nutrients entering wa-
terways by regulating fertilizer
applications.
It is based on similar ordi-
nances in Lee, and Sarasota coun-


ties, Battista said.
Water resources director
Robert Knight is reviewing the or-
dinance for legal challenges of
similar ordinances statewide,
county spokesman Jim Hunter
said.
The county also is consulting
with the University of Florida Ex-
tension Service, which would pro-
vide education for applicators
and the public, Hunter said.
A smattering of Florida coun-
ties and communities, including
Crystal River, has fertilizer ordi-
nances on the books. Ordinances
restrict the type of fertilizers that
may be applied to lawns, though
officials generally agree that the
laws have little enforcement
See CODE/Page A5


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School board: Food services director suited for job


Issues stemming from consensual

affair in Flagler County resolved


KERI LYNN MCHALE
kmchale@
chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
When Citrus County
School District officials hired
a new food services director,
they were aware he was in-
volved in an incident that
cost Flagler County School
District's insurance company
$50,000, Citrus Superinten-
dent Sandra "Sam" Himmel
said.
Regardless, they felt long-


time leader Roy Rosario Pis-
tone II, 44, was most qualified
for the position, said Mike
Mullen, school district sup-
port services director.
According to a Daytona
Beach News Journal online
article published in 2006,
Flagler County School Dis-
trict paid a former secretary
$50,000 to keep her sexual
harassment claim against Pi-
stone out of court.
The settlement was not his
admission of guilt, Pistone
said in an interview this past


week; the Flagler County
School District superinten-
dent made the decision to
save the district from ex-
treme court costs.
Internal and external in-
vestigations did not reveal
probable cause for sexual ha-
rassment.
However, Pistone who
was the assistant superinten-
dent of support services at
the time admitted to a con-
sensual affair with the secre-
tary, occasionally on school
property, according to the ar-
ticle.
During the 2 1/2-month
time the secretary worked for
Pistone, she did not file any
complaints against him.


She began to make sexual ability to do my job here," Pi-
harassment claims about one stone said.
month after district The incident, Pis-
officials fired her for tone said, did not in-
reasons that were not terfere with his ability
-made known; still, to perform for the Fla-
the termination oc- gler County School
curred in the days District either.
after deputies ar- He began his career
rested the secretary with that school dis-
for allegedly threat- trict in 1996 as its food
ening her neighbor Sandra services director be-
with a knife and re- 'Sam' fore becoming its as-
sisting arrest, the ar- Himmel sistant super-
ticle states, said district intendent of support
As a result of the was aware of services. He re-
affair, Pistone faced a the incident. mained its director of
30-day without-pay transportation and
suspension; he was also de- fleet until he left to accept
moted.
"This in no way affects my See DIRECTOR/Page A7


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CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


A2 SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 2008


Swiftmud campaign targets


excessive fertilizer use


Special to the Chronicle
The Southwest Florida
Water Management District
is launching a new public
awareness campaign this
week in the Crystal
River/Kings Bay area that
will help residents have
green lawns, not green water
The multimedia campaign,
which was developed to ad-
dress increasing nitrate lev-
els in Crystal River and
Kings Bay, focuses on teach-
ing Citrus and Marion county
residents about proper fertil-
izer use.


Excess fertilizer applied to
public parks, golf courses and
lawns can percolate through
the ground and enter the
groundwater supply or wash
off the land and into lakes,
rivers and the gulf. Once in
our waterways, these fertiliz-
ers cause algal blooms, which
deplete the oxygen that fish
need to survive and shade
out beneficial aquatic plants.
This pollution of surface and
ground water also impacts
our drinking water supplies.
The district's public aware-
ness campaign coincides
with the end of the growing


season, which is September
and October. One of the key
points of the campaign in-
cludes fertilizing your lawn
no more than twice a year
and only during the growing
season. Another key point is
to always read and follow the
instructions on the fertilizer
bag.
The campaign goal is to
teach residents and land-
scape professionals to:
Use slow-release fertilizer
Do not fertilize before a
heavy rain.
Sweep up any excess fer-
tilizer spilled on paved or


lawn areas as thoroughly as
possible and put it back in
the bag. Do not fertilize or
use pesticides within 10 feet
of a water body.
This public awareness
campaign includes radio,
print and movie theatre ad-
vertisements and billboards.
Homeowners and landscape
professionals will also re-
ceive information through
the mail.
To receive a free copy of
the Fertilizer Facts publica-
tion, visit the district's Web
site at WaterMatters.org/pub-
lications.


Cracker Cattle Drive set for October


Special to the Chronicle
Saddle up your horses and
join an old fashion cracker
cattle drive.
This year's cattle drive will
consist of a two-day ride Fri-
day and Saturday, Oct. 17 and
18. Camp out Friday night with
a campfire, music and enter-
tainment. Bright and early
Saturday the cattle drive will


head toward Hernando, pick-
ing up the riders that opted for
the Saturday one-day ride.
Meals on the trail are in-
cluded in price. Directions
and other pertinent informa-
tion will be mailed once reg-
istration is received.
Two-Day Ride, Friday
and Saturday: Adults $200; 18
and younger $150.
One-Day Ride, Saturday


only: Adult $100; 18 and
younger $75.
Pick up registration forms
at the following locations:
The Feed & Western Out-
let U.S. 41, Inverness;
Hillbilly's Tack & Feed
- State Road 200, Hernando;
The Hay Barn South
Florida Avenue, Floral City;
American Feed & Farm
- Crystal River.


All proceeds from the Her-
nando Southern Heritage
Days Cattle Drive and Festi-
val benefit the continued
restoration and upkeep of the
Historic Hernando School
and the Citrus County Cattle-
men's Association.
For More Information:
Kandi McPherson 726-8080;
Kenny Strickland (352) 317-
2728; Tony Ellis 634-0857.


DAR promotes Constitution Week Awareness


Cut-Ups ready
to meet up
The Inverness Cut-Ups, a
neighborhood group of the Ameri-
can Sewing Guild, will meet at
10 a.m. Monday at Citrus Sew &
Vac on U.S. 41. The program for
the meeting will be a trunk show of
trendy fashions created by mem-
ber Pam Crosby. The garments
were all made from pattems by
designer Loes Hinse. All sewing
enthusiasts are invited to attend.
The American Sewing Guild is a
national organization whose mis-
sion is to advance sewing as an
art and a life skill. For additional in-
formation, call Phyllis at 476-1829.
Donate supplies for
Homosassa school
Justin Case Automotive Re-
pair has 50 new backpacks that
they will donate to Homosassa
Elementary but doesn't wish to
see them go empty, so is asking
for help to fill the backpacks with
supplies, such as loose-leaf
paper, pencils, pens, crayons,
colored pencils, markers, folders,
binders and Kleenex.


Anyone desiring to help can
drop off items at Justin Case Au-
tomotive on U.S. 19 just north of
Howard's flea market. Items will
be collected until Monday.
Retired nurses plan
luncheon, meeting
Citrus/Marion Counties Regis-
tered Nurses Retired Chapter will
begin its 2008-09 season Mon-
day. They will meet at the West
Marion Community Hospital Med-
ical Plaza 4600 S.W. 46th Court,
off State Route 200, in Ocala. A
luncheon will be served at 11:30 ,
a.m. in Room 202. David Ethier, ,
M.D., an orthopedic surgeon, will
lecture on minimal invasive joint
surgery. This is an opportunity to,
understand advances in orthope<
dic surgery and improved recov-
ery time for patients. There will '
be a brief meeting following his
lecture. The charity for this month
is the Ocala food bank. The
chapter will collect nonperishable
goods and donations. All retired "
registered nurses welcome to at-
tend. Call Gladys at (352) 854-
2677 for reservations.
-From wire reports


Special to the Chronicle
Wednesday marks the na-
tional celebration of Consti-
tution Week The weeklong
commemoration of America's
most important document is
one of our country's least
known official observances.
Our Constitution stands as a
testament to the tenacity of
Americans throughout his-
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rights to every American.
The tradition of celebrating
the Constitution was started
many years ago by the Daugh-
ters of the American Revolu-
tion (DAR). In 1955, the
Daughters petitioned Con-
gress to set aside Sept 17
through 23 annually to be ded-
icated' to the observance of
Constitution Week. The reso-
lution was later adopted by the
U.S. Congress and signed into
Public Law No. 915 on Aug. 2,
1956, by President Dwight D.


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SEPTEMBER 14, 2008


CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE


Around the
COUNTY
Residents set
to putt for Powell
The Play for Powell Golf
Tournament, sponsored by Vil-
lage Cadillac Toyota, is open
to countywide residents. Shot-
gun will take place 9 a.m. Sat-
urday, Sept. 20, at Plantation
Golf Resort and Spa in Crystal
River. The cost for the day of
play is $65 and includes green
fees, golf cart and an after-
game buffet. Entries are avail-
able for four person teams,
scramble format, at the Planta-
tion and Seven Rivers Golf
and Country Club. They are
also available by e-mail; call
Bill Sizemore to receive an
entry via e-mail. See entry
form for payment details.
: Hole sponsorship is $100 and
checks should be made payable
to the Judy Powell Fund. Con-
tact Diane Holmes, 220-1955,
with business information. Pro-
ceeds will benefit the Judy Pow-
ell Fund, which was set up by
supporters of Powell, a longtime
Crystal River High School
teacher and former director of its
Academy of Heath Careers who
was left a quadriplegic after a
single-car crash in February.
Early Learning Coalition
takes on poverty
The Early Leaming Coali-
tion of the Nature Coast is
hosting a seminar to increase
awareness of the effects of
poverty on families.
' The Early Learning Coalition
is a nonprofit organization ded-
icated to working with parents
and community partners in
order to provide quality early
education programs to children
in Citrus, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy
and Sumter counties The
seminar, "A Framework for Un-
derstanding Poverty," based
on author Ruby K. Payne's
book, is scheduled for 8:30
a.m. Sept. 20 at Wildwood
Community Center, Wildwood.
It costs $10 per attendee.
.To register, log on to elc-na-
turecoast.org, download the
registration form and send,
with the payment, to 1564
N. Meadowcrest Blvd., Crystal
River, FL 34429. Make checks
payable to the Early Learning
Coalition of the Nature Coast.
For more information, call Fred
Clark, 563-9939, ext. 231.
Sumter, Levy, Gilchrist and
Dixie residents may call (800)
922-0651.
EDC barbecue
set for Sept. 25
The 26th annual EDC Bar-B-
Q on Sept. 25 will include ven-
dor exhibits, door prizes and live
entertainment by the Mick Sharp
Band with a mix of blues and
rock 'n' roll. Tickets are $25 and
this event is open to the public.
Current vendors include-
some of this year's political
candidates, nonprofit organi-
zations, local auto dealers,
banks and service industries.
.Other highlights of the bar-
becue include an open bar, din-
ner, prize drawings and games.
The event is from 6 to 10
p.m. at Holcim Ranch off U.S.
19 north of Crystal River, just
past County Road 488. For
tickets, call 795-2000 or e-mail
Christi@citrusedc.com.
Reservations are required.
Bright House airing
replay of football game
The high school football
game Friday night between
Crystal River and Dunnellon
will be taped and replayed 7
p.m. today on Bright House
channel 16.
The game is the first of five
consecutive high school
games the WYKE TV crew of
Mike Deem, Stan Solovich
and Dennis Jenkins will re-
broadcast. The entire game,
including half time, will be
shown.
Junior Achievement
breakfast slated
The annual Junior Achieve;


ment fundraising breakfast will
be from 8 to 9 a.m. Thursday,
Sept. 25 at Plantation Golf Re-
sort and Spa in Crystal River.
Those interested in supporting
Junior Achievement are en-
couraged to attend. Reserva-
tions are required. Call Denise
Lay at (352) 228-2091 or reg-
ister at jacitrus.org.
-From staff reports


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Energy rates amped

Progress asks PSCfor large rate hike; WREC customers will find increase less shocking
CHRIS VAN ORMER of $110.59 to be $144.86 for clear facilities. The hearings Energy," Lambert said. "We've December bills through capi-
cvanormer the residential bill for 1,000 will continue Wednesday and been cutting costs every way tal credits. To date, according
@chronicleonline.com kilowatt hours, beginning in Thursday. we can. We control costs be- to WREC's Web site, it has re-
Chronicle January. The utility provides Customers with Withla- fore we increase rates." turned more than $180 mil-
electricity to 1.7 million cus- coochee River Electric Coop- The increase would raise lion to its customer-owners.
Electricity costs will in- tomers in parts of 35 counties erative likewise will see a the price of 1,000 kilowatt One other cooperative,
crease next year for Citrus in Florida. higher bill, but not nearly as hours from about $113 to $120 Sumter Electric, serves cus-
County residents, but rate Most of the increase, high as Progress customers. before state taxes, he said. tomers in Citrus County,
hikes will range from 8 per- $21.12, is projected to, cover "We're forecasting a single- Lambert said that WREC while Central Florida Elec-
cent or less to 31 percent, de- rising fuel costs in 2009, while digit increase," said David gets its power from Seminole tric serves customers in In-
pending on which company $11.42 is earmarked for its Lambert, manager of mem- Electric Cooperative. glis and Levy County. All
provides the electricity, ac- nuclear plant construction ber relations. "We're hoping "We have a totally different three receive wholesale gen-
cording to forecasts by the and $2.50 would be for envi- to keep it around 7 or 8 per- business model from eration and transmission
providers. ronmental projects, such as cent, although with this Progress Energy, being a co- services from the Seminole
Progress Energy Florida clean-air technology at its storm, we're watching out for operative," he said. Electric Cooperative. It
announced earlier this coal-fired power plants. the natural gas supplies," he The business model of the serves about 1.7 million indi-
month that it would ask the This week, the PSC has said in reference to the effect public, nonprofit cooperative viduals and businesses in
Florida Public Service Com- been holding hearings about Hurricane Ike could have. has the advantage to its portions of 46 counties
mission for an increase of Progress Energy's increase "But in no way are we look- 200,000 customers in six through its 10-member distri-
$34.27 over current charges for recovery of costs for nu- ing at 31 percent as Progress counties of lowering their bution system.


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Two killed in crash
on C.R. 491
A Hemando motorist and his
passenger were killed Friday in a
vehicle collision near the inter-
section of County Road 491 and
Stage Coach Trail, according to
a report from the Florida High-
way Patrol.
Virgel H. Harrell, 63, of Her-
nando, was reported to have
been driving west on Stage
Coach Trail approaching the
Lecanto Highway intersection in
a 1993 Plymouth van, with Lisa
C. Saulmer, 43, of Silver Springs
as passenger.
David M. Smith, 49, of Crystal
River, was reported to have been
driving north on Lecanto High-
way approaching the same inter-
section in a 2007 GMC pickup.
Harrell failed to see Smith ap-
proaching and entered the inter-
section, traveling into Smith's
path, the report states.
The front of the pickup struck
the left side of the van, according
to the report. Both vehicles
ended up on the west shoulder.
Smith was taken to Seven
Rivers Regional Medical Center
in serious condition. There are
no charges.
Price-gouging
complaints near 300
The number of gasoline price
gouging complaints Saturday got
a quick response from Attorney
General Bill McCollum.
"Today, investigators with my
Economic Crimes Division are
reviewing the 261 complaints we
have received about gasoline
price gouging in multiple loca-
tions throughout the state. The
investigators have been contact-
ing station owners and request-
ing documentation on the nature
of the price increases to deter-
mine whether the increases in
costs being passed along to con-
sumers are justifiable," he said.
Price gouging should be re-
ported to the hotline: (866) 966-
7226.
McCollum warned business
owners: "I also want to remind
businesses that price gouging is
prohibited during a declared
state of emergency and that vi-
olations of Florida's price goug-
ing statute can result in
penalties of $1,000 per incident,
up to $25,000 per day. The At-
torney General's Office does.
not take allegations of price
gouging lightly and my investi-
gators will continue addressing
each and every complaint
throughout the weekend and
into next week."


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Ron Elson, left, and Laura Slagle place a $20 donation in a basket held by Todd Workman, Boys & Girls Clubs of Citrus
County president, at the "Kids Rock" fundraiser held at The Supper Club in Crystal River.

Hundreds turn out to help

save Boys & Girls Clubs
CATHY KAPULKA
Special to the Chronicle
About 300 people packed The Supper Club in
Crystal River on Friday evening to attend a con-
cert titled "Kids Rock" in an attempt to help
save the Boys & Girls Clubs of Citrus County.
The Boys & Girls Clubs is considering sus-
pending operations on Sept. 26 if enough funds
are not raised to keep the organization viable.
Lori Pender, executive director of the Boys &
Girls Clubs, said the event raised more than $3,575.
"I know the economy is down," Pender said.
"But if everybody in the county gives a little, we
would be set not only for the short term but for
the long term. That's the goal, for the long term."
Pender said that in the past three days, the or-
ganization has raised more than $13,000. More
funding is needed, though organizers are opti-
mistic the citizens of Citrus County will help.
"Please don't forget us," Pender said. "Help
save the club."
For more information or to make a donation Jody Wilkinson, left, cheers as she collects $125 from Executive Di-
go to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Citrus County, rector Lori Pender after having the winning ticket in a 50/50 draw-
visit www.citrusbgc.com. ing held to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Citrus County.


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A4 SUNDAY, SEPTEMBmR 14, 2008


Citrus Couitty
Sheriff's Office
Arrests
Richard Bruce Green, 49,
265 Fathom Loop, No. 118, Bev-
erdy Hills, at 12:24 p.m. Friday, on
an active Citrus County warrant for
petit theft. Bond $500.
Dawn I. Cochran, 36,825 W.
Sharp Lane, Lecanto, at 8:30 a.m.
Friday, for violation of Citrus
County sexual offender ordinance
for residing within 2,500 feet of Lit-
tle Wishes Day Care. She was is-
sued a notice to appear and
released.
Stacy Lynn Cembrola, 27,
8095 E. Wolfgang Court, Floral
City, on an active Florida Parole
Commission warrant for. violation
of probation. No bond.
Jacob Moore Louden, 34,
60 N. Jackson St., Beverly Hills, at
2:38 p.m. Friday, on a charge of
petit theft. Bond $250.
Anthony Selvester, 45,229
W. Valerian Place, Beverly Hills, at
3:34 p.m. Friday, on active Citrus
County warrants for violation of
probation in reference to an origi-
nal charge of driving under the in-
fluence and for violation of
probation in reference to an origi-
nal charge of grand theft. No bond.
Derrick Wayne Vassar, 30,
10990 W. Seminole Place, Ho-
mosassa, at 4:06 p.m. Friday, on
an active Hillsborough County
warrant for two charges of dealing
in stolen property. Total bond
$21,000.
Christina E. McBride, 31,
6596 W. Gannet Place, Crystal
River, at 3:35 p.m. Friday, on
charges of knowingly driving while
license suspended and knowingly
driving with a license expired for
more than four months (New
York). Bond $1,000.
Denise Robin Stuebs, 24,
2095 N. McGee Drive, Hemando,
at 6:17 p.m. Friday, on a charge of
obtaining controlled substance by
fraud or forgery. Bond $5,000.
Danny Wayne Smiling, 43,
5114 E. Prentice Lane, Inverness,
at 6:42 p.m. Friday, on an active


Citrus County warrant for violation
of probation on an original charge
of driving under the influence. No
bond.
Spencer T. Weaver, 20, 306
Lake St., Inverness, at 7:46 p.m.
Friday, on an active Citrus County
warrant for violation of probation
on an original charge of battery
causing bodily harm. No bond.
Burglaries
A burglary, reported on Fri-
day, Sept. 5, occurred at approxi-
mately 10:30 a.m. Sept. 5 to a
residence in the 400 block of N.
Briarcreek Point, Crystal River.
A burglary, reported on Fri-
day, Sept. 5, occurred at approxi-
mately 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 4,
to a residence in the 3100 block of
N. Hooty Point, Inverness.
SA burglary, reported on Satur-
day, Sept. 6, occurred at approxi-
mately 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 5, to a
residence in the 500 block of Las
Palmas Point, Inverness.
An attempted burglary, re-
ported on Saturday, Sept. 6, oc-
curred at approximately 10:05
a.m. Sept. 6 to a residence in the
7100 block of W. Pasco Place,
Homosassa.
An attempted burglary, re-
ported on Saturday, Sept. 6, oc-
curred at approximately noon on
Monday, Sept. 1, to a residence
on N. Rock Crusher Road, Crystal
River.
A burglary, reported on Sun-
day, Sept. 7, occurred at approxi-
mately 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6, to
a structure (unoccupied) in the
700 block of S.E. Highway 19,
Crystal River.
SA burglary, reported on Mon-
day, Sept. 8, occurred at approxi-
mately 12 a.m. Sept. 8, to a
conveyance on S. Davis Street,
Beveriy Hills.
A conveyance burglary oc-
curred sometime between Satur-
day, Sept. 6, at noon, and Monday,
Sept. 8, at 9:17 a.m., in the 300
block of S. Lincoln Avenue, Bev-
erly Hills.


day, Sept. 5, occurred at approxi-
mately noon on Tuesday, July 1, in
the 4400 block of E. Lucy Court,
Hemando.
On Friday, Sept 5, an alleged
grand theft was reported to have
occurred on Wednesday, Sept. 3,
in the 7500 block of W. Otter
Street, Homosassa.
H A petit theft, reported on Fri-
day, Sept. 5, occurred at approxi-
mately midnight on Friday, Aug.
29, in the 11600 block of W. Indian
Circle, Crystal River.
A theft of utility services, re-
ported on Friday, Sept 5, occurred
approximately Jan. 1, 1998, in the
7100 block of W. Gator Lane,
Crystal River.
A petit theft, reported on Fri-
day, Sept. 5, occurred at approxi-
mately 6 p.m. Sept. 5 in the 1900
block of W. Main Street, Inver-
ness.
HA retail petit theft, reported on
Friday, Sept. 5, occurred at ap-
proximately 10 p.m. Sept. 5 in the
6200 block of W. Cardinal Street,
Homosassa.
A petit theft, reported on Sat-
urday, Sept. 6, occurred at ap-
proximately 9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 5,
in the 5800 block of W. Potomac
Lane, Homosassa.
*A theft, reported on Saturday,
Sept. 6, occurred at approximately
5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 5, in the 2100
block of N. Lecanto Highway,
Lecanto.
SA retail theft occurred on Sat-
urday, Sept. 6, between approxi-
mately 10:05 a.m. and 10:35 a.m.
in the 5400 block of S. Suncoast
Boulevard, Homosassa.
NA theft of medication, reported
on Saturday, Sept. 6, occurred at
approximately 1 a.m. Sept. 6 in the
6000 block of S. Can Point, Ho-
mosassa.
A theft of a four wheeler oc-
curred between Sept. 6, approxi-
mately 9 p.m., and Sept. 7,
approximately 10:30 a.m., in the
2200 block of N. Reynolds Av-
enue, Crystal River.


Thefts MAretail theft, reported on Sun-
nAgrand theft, reported on Fri- day, Sept. 7, occurred at approxi-


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2200 block of S. Suncoast Boule-
vard, Homosassa.
*A petit theft, reported on Sun-
day, Sept. 7, occurred at approxi-
mately 4 p.m. Sept. 7 in the 5200
block of S. Cherokee Way, Crystal
River.
On Friday, Sept. 5, a report of
a stolen tag was taken in the 300
block of Glenhaven Drive, Crystal
River.
A grand theft, reported on
Monday, Sept. 8, occurred at ap-
proximately 12:01 p.m. Friday,
Sept. 5, in the 2500 block of N.
Crede Avenue, Crystal River.
A grand theft, reported on
Monday, Sept. 8, occurred at ap-
proximately midnight on Thursday,
May 1, in the 2300 block of N.
Beechwood Terrace, Crystal
River.
On Monday, Sept. 8, a known
subject was arrested for retail petit
theft at approximately 4:51 p.m. in
the 2400 block of E. Gulf-to-Lake
Highway, Inverness.
A petit theft, reported on
Wednesday, Aug. 20, occurred at
approximately 2:30 p.m. Aug. 20
in the 6000 block of S. Lima Av-
enue, Homosassa.
Vandalisms
SA criminal mischief ($1,000 or
more), reported on Saturday,
Sept. 6, occurred in the 700 block
of N.E. Highway 19, Crystal River.
EAvandalism, reported on Sat-
urday, Sept. 6, occurred between
approximately midnight and 10:30
a.m. in the 5300 block of S. Isabel
Terrace, Homosassa.
H A criminal mischief, reported
on Sunday, Sept. 7, occurred at
approximately 8 a.m. Saturday,
Sept. 6, in the 200 block of S. Bar-
bour Street, Beverly Hills.
H A criminal mischief, reported
on Sunday, Sept. 7, occurred at
approximately 11:45 p.m. Satur-
day, Sept. 6, in the 300 block of S.
Savary Avenue, Inverness.
A criminal mischief, reported
on Monday, Sept. 8, occurred in
the 4200 block of S. Grandmarch
Avenue, Homosassa.


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Save Our Waters week begins Friday GREENER
Continued from Page Al


Special to the Chronicle

Join volunteers beginning
Friday, all over Citrus County
in celebrating the 13th an-
nual Save Our Waters Week.
Save Our Waters Week was
established September 1996
in Citrus County, to serve as
a vehicle for promoting pub-
lic awareness, public educa-
tion and public consensus to
save Citrus County's treas-
ured waters. Here is a sched-
ule of events:
6 p.m. Friday, Sept 19:
Save Our Waters Week's
Fundraiser sponsored by Cit-
rus 20/20 Inc. to be held at
the West Citrus Elk Lodge.
Doors open at 6 p.m., Dinner
at 7 p.m.,-followed by three
organizations competing in a
game of Jeopardy. Cost is $35
per person. For ticket pur-
chase and information, call
527-0800.
M 8 a.m. to noon Saturday,
Sept 20: Countywide Adopt-
A-Shore and Professional As-
sociation of Diving
Instructors Clean Up. Call
County Aquatic Services at
527-7620 for information. Fol-


CODE
Continued from Page Al

The Citrus County Fertil-
izer Code
does not ad-
dress the
sale of fertil-
izers, as the
Crystal f, t :;
River ordi- .
nance does. .
Cr y stal
River in 2007
passed an or- Robert
.dinance that 'Butch'
allows only Battista
the sale of said the ordi-
" 1 o w re nance wouldn't
lease" fertil- be ready for a
izer. few months.
izer.
Crystal
River officials said at the
time that the ordinance is


lowing the clean ups, appre-
ciation cookouts are offered.
3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Satur-
day, Sept 20: Crystal River
Preserve State Park at the
Redfish Theatre Revue Visi-
tors Center. Two films shown
that deal with important
Florida water issues. Call
563-0540 for information. Ad-
mission is free.
10 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m.
and 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept 21:
Crystal River Preserve State
Park Eagle Nest Boat
Tours. Starting point is the
Preserve, 3266 N. Sailboat
Ave., Crystal River. Call 563-
0450. Cost is $5. ,
N 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m.
and 12:30 p.m. Monday, Sept
22: Kayaking with Matt
Clemons of Aardvark's
Florida Kayak Co. County
boat ramp at Pirates' Cove in
Ozello. Trips will include a
litter pick up. Cost is $10. Call
795-5650. *
9 a.m. to noon Tuesday,
Sept 23: Homosassa River
Springs tour starting at River
Safaris, 10823 W. Yulee Drive,
Homosassa Springs. Call 628-
5222 for reservations. Capac-


meant as a "symbolic meas-
ure" designed to bring pub-
lic attention to the issue.
The Citrus County code
would:
Regulate the proper use
of fertilizers by any applica-
tor. While this generally
refers to commercial appli-
cators, it includes residents
who fertilize their own
lawns, Battista said.
Establishes a "restricted
season" of June 1 through
Sept. 30 when fertilizer
could not be applied.
Fertilizers applied
would be at least 50 percent
slow-release.
All commercial applica-
tors would complete a
county-approved Best Man-
agement Practices training
program. Commercial appli-
cators must complete the
training to receive a county


ity: 30 persons. Admission is
free.
N 2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept 23:
Homosassa Springs Wildlife
State Park Charles Lee,
Director of Advocacy,
Audubon of Florida will
present a PowerPoint pro-
gram about "Take Action
Now/Water Matters." Call
560-7212 or 628-5343 for in-
formation. Free admission.
6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept
24: Our Waters in Jeopardy
Local high schools will com-
pete using the "Jeopardy"
game format. Jerome Multi-
Purpose Room, CFCC, Citrus
Campus, Lecanto. Public in-
vited. Call 527-7648 for infor-
mation.
8 a.m. to noon Thursday,
Sept 25: Crystal River
Springs tour starting at Fort
Island Trail Park. Call 795-
4393 for reservations. Capac-
ity: 36 persons. Free.
8:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept
25: Crystal River Eco Water
Taxi Tour. Start point: Third
Street Pier (267 N.W. Third
St., Crystal River). Call 564-
9197 for reservations. Capac-
ity limited to 40 persons per


tour. Free.
2 p.m. Thursday, Sept 25:
Homosassa Springs Wildlife
State Park Save Our Wa-
ters Week Candidate Forum.
Florida Room, Homosassa
Springs Wildlife State Park,
Public invited. Free admis-
sion. Call 560-7212 or 628-
5343 for information.
8 a.m. Friday, Sept 26:
Kayaking with Kayaks & Be-
yond. starting at the Kayaks
& Beyond launch, 1326 S.E.
U.S. 19, Crystal River. For in-
formation and to register.
call 795-2255. Kayaks are
available for Adopt-A-Shore
cleanup.
Saturday, Sept 27: Fort
Cooper State Park. Open to
the public. For more infor-
mation, call Fort Cooper
State Park, Inverness, at 726-
0315.
10 am to 11 a.m.: "Muck
About" A guest speaker from
SWFWMD to discuss wet-
land topics.
@ 11 a.m. to noon: Wetlands
tour with Academy of Envi-
ronmental Science students.
Noon to 1 p.m.: free
lunch.


Prior to the proposed code receiving
public review, Battista said,
the county will invite lawn applicators
and other industry representatives to
offer their input.


license.
The ordinance, once ap-
proved, wouldn't take effect
for 180 days. That gives ap-
plicators time to receive the
proper training, Battista
said.
Prior to the proposed code
receiving public review, Bat-


tista said, the county will in-
vite lawn applicators and
other industry representa-
tives to offer their input.
He wasn't sure when all
that will happen.
"I thought it was supposed
to be moving faster," Battista
said.


"It's an education tool to
bring it to the general citi-
zenry that excess usage of
fertilizer is something that's
harming our waterways," Cit-
rus County
C o m m i s- Bush s
sioner Gary
Bartell said. does'
"Is it a cure-
all? No." many I
The city of underst4
Crystal River
passed an or- much ft
dinance in
January 2007 they n
banning the
sale and use keep the
of fast-release green. Ed
fertilizer. De-
velopment he said,
Director Kurt
Woerner said be the k(
the city hasn't
issued a cita- ordini
tion nor
fielded a
complaint, but the ordinance
still is making an impact.
"Some of the lawn serv-
ices, I think they're a little
more conscious of the water-
front," he said. "They're a lit-
.tle more careful when they
get to the back yards near
those canals."
Jeremy Bush, co-owner of
Bush Pest Control of Ho-
mosassa, said his company
stopped using fertilizers con-
taining phosphorus in Janu-
ary 2007.
About 40 percent of the
Bush Pest Control business


SUNDAY, SliIrliMBER 14, 2008 A5

in Citrus County is fertilizing
lawns, he said.
Bush said he'agrees that
over-fertilizing, or using fast-
release fertilizers, is harmful
to waterways.
"I think there's truth to
that," he said. "It's got to go
someplace. There's much
less chance of that happen-
ing with slow-
aid he release."
Bush said
t think he doesn't op-
pose an ordi-
people nance, though
and how he doesn't
think it
fertilizer should in-
elude a ban
eed to on fertilizing
During certain
;ir lawns times of the
lucation year.
ucation, yea~don't like
should that it has
blackout
ey to any days," he said.
Bush said
dance. he doesn't
think many
people under-
stand how much fertilizer
they need to keep their lawns
green. Education, he said,
should be the key to any or-
dinance.
Bartell said he thinks a fer-
tilizer code would eventually
catch on.
"It's like when they started
putting seat belts in cars.
They were very infrequently
used," he said. "As our chil-
dren grew up in that system,
they became our educators.
Same thing with this. It'll be
a drawn out procedure, but
it's the way to go."


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Josephine.
Anderson, 80
OZELLO
Passed away Friday Sept
12, 2008 surrounded by her
family at Seven Rivers Hos-
pital in Crystal River. Born
Josephine McCall August 28,
1928, in Ladd, IL, to Claude
and Ada (Stocking) McCall.
She was raised in an or-
phanage. She had 2 brothers
and 5 sisters. She is preceded
in death by her 2 brothers, 3
sisters, and her parents. She
graduated from Princeton
High School in IL then mar-
ried Ramon D Anderson.
They moved to Tampa, FL, in
1952. They were married for
59 years and she worked as
his office manager/assistant
in his Chiropractic practice
for 55 years until his retire-
ment in Jan. 2008. They
bought property in Ozello,
FL, in the 1960s and began
building their weekend
house, traveling from Tampa
every weekend. They moved
there fulltime in Jan 2008
when Ramon retired from
his practice at Anderson Chi-
ropractic Center in Tampa.
Her joy in life was traveling,
especially to Las Vegas and
Biloxi, as well as many other
places. She also enjoyed en-
tertaining and socializing
with the many many good
friends she and Ramon (Doc)
accumulated over the years.
She is survived by her hus-
band of 59 years, Ramon, son
Scott of Inverness, daughter
Paige Jones and Billy
McLaughlin of Lecanto,
grandchildren Heather &
Justin Jones of Lecanto, sis-
ters Mary Lou Standeart &
Arlene Morris of Illinois,
nieces, nephews, and their
extended families.
Funeral services will be on
Wednesday evening Septem-
ber 17, 2008, at 7:00 PM from
the Strickland Funeral Home
Chapel in Crystal River, Fla.
A visitation will be one hour
prior to the service beginning
at 6:00 PM. In lieu of flowers
the family suggests that those
who wish may make a memo-
rial contribution to the Key
Training Center in Crystal
River, Fla. Envelopes will be
provided. Private Cremation
will follow under the Direc-
tion of Strickland Funeral
Home Crystal River, Fla.
Sign the guestbook at
wwwchronicleonline.com.
Andrew
Brando, 79
INVERNESS
The Service of Remem-
brance for Mr. Andrew
Leonard Brando, 79, Inver-
ness, will be held 12:30 p.m.,
Monday, Sept. 15, 2008, at
the Inverness Chapel of
Hooper Funeral Homes. In-
terment will follow at
Florida National Cemetery.
Friends may call 2 to 4 PM,
Sunday, Sept. 14. Inverness
Chapel of Hooper Funeral
Homes.
Kathy
Brannon, 66
HOMOSASSA
Kathy Brannon, 66, of Ho-
mosassa, Fl, passed away
September 10, 2008, at her
residence in Homosassa. She
was born in Zanesville, Ohio,
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and arrived in the area in
1984 coming from Jefferson-
ville, Indiana. She was a de-
voted housewife and loved
her grandchildren and her
pets. She was also a great
cook, an excellent writer, and
a Christian by faith. She is
preceded in
death by her
son Aaron
Christopher
Brannon.
Survivors in-
clude her
husband Joe
Brannon of
Kathy Homosassa; 3
Brannon daughters:
Terri (Richard) Stephens of
New Albany, Indiana,
Kristina (David) Dix of Ho-
mosassa, Florida, and An-
drea (Mike) Humphreys of
Crystal River, Fl; Parents
Joseph and Dorothy Pyatt of
Crystal River, Fl; 10 grand-
children: Daniel, Kaitlyn Na-
talie, Olivia, and Lincoln
Stephens; Aaron, Adam, and
Caleb Dix; Tyler, and Jordan
Humphreys; her dog Chelsea
and 3 cats; Camille, Grace,
and Jack
A visitation is scheduled
for Tuesday, September 16,
2008, between the hours of
9:00 AM until 11:00 AM with
the funeral service at 11:00
AM at Wilder Funeral Home,
Homosassa Springs, Fl. Bur-
ial will follow at Fountains
Memorial Park, Homosassa,
Fl.
Sign the guestbook at
wwwchronicleonline.com.
Agnes
Brazil, 81
INVERNESS
Agnes Orene Brazil, age 81,
Inverness, died Sept 11, 2008,
in the Melech Hospice House
in Temple Terrace. A native
of Freeport, FL, she was born
on June 17, 1927, to the late
Barney and Ruby Cassida
and moved to Citrus Co. from
Tampa in
1988. She was
employed by
the ;Tampa
Tribune
Newspaper
for 20 years
and was Bap-
tist by faith.
Agnes She is, sur-
Brazil vived by her
husband, Eddie whom she
,married in 1993; a son,
Johnny Martin Williams, Jr.
and wife, Jovanna, Inverness;
two daughters, Doris Willett
and husband, Bill, Tampa;
Diane Livingston and hus-
band, Lonny, Tampa; her sis-
ters, Frankie Davis of

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Homosassa and Cora Car-
copa of New Mexico; 5 grand-
children and 9
great-grandchildren. She was
preceded in death by her first
husband, Johnny Martin
Williams in 1969.
Funeral services will be on
Monday, Sept 15, at 10:00 AM
from the Chas. E. Davis Fu-
neral Home with Pastor Don
Martin officiating. Burial will
follow in Florida National
Cemetery, Bushnell. The fam-
ily will receive friends on
Monday morning from 9:00
AM until the hour of service.
Sign the guestbook at
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Ralph 'Ralphie"
Cogan, 38
INGLIS
Ralph A. "Ralphie" Cogan,
38, of Inglis, Florida, went to
be with his Lord while at
home under the loving care
of his family and. Hospice of
Citrus County on Wednesday,
September 10, 2008. He was
born on July 27, 1970, in
Tampa, Florida, and moved
here in 2003 from Michigan.
He attended First Assembly
of God Church of Dunnellon.
Ralphie loved Christian,
gospel and country gospel
music and especially loved
his guitar. He loved his fam-
ily and friends and was an
"Inspiration" to all who met
him. Ralphie was preceded
in death by his sister Amanda
and his Dear Uncle Jay
Sukey
He is survived by his
Mother and Step-Father,
Joanne and Ron Taylor, In-
glis; Father, Pete Cogan and
his wife Faye, Dunnellon;
Maternal Grandmother Joan
Ehrmann, Inglis, and Mater-
nal Grandfather Richard
Sukey and his wife Carolyn,
Myrtle Beach, S. Carolina;
Paternal Grandfather Ralph
I. Cogan and his wife Mary E.,
Reno, Nevada; Aunt Lori
Williams (Pat), Dunnellon,
Uncle Rick Sukey (Michelle),
Houston, Texas, Aunt Joyce
Hill (Gary),. Tampa, Uncle
Roger Cogan (Joan), New
York, NY, and Uncle Edward
Cogan, Reno, Nevada. He is
also survived by many
cousins.
The visitation will be held
on Monday, Sept. 15, from
4:00 PM to 6:00 PM at Roberts
Funeral Home, 19939 E.
Pennsylvania Ave., Dunnel-
lon. The Funeral Service will
be at the Roberts Funeral
Home Chapel on Tuesday,
Sept. 16, at 10:00 AM with
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In Loving Memory of
Mary E.
Thompson
who recently passed away.
Her family would like to take
this opportunity to express
their sincere gratitude to
Dr. V. Kamat, MD
Hospice of Citrus County
Arbor Trail Rehab
for the loving care, comfort
and support extended to
her. You will always be in
our hearts & prayers.
Glenn E. Thompson & Family


Church of Dunnellon and
Pastor Hallie Taylor of New
Life Baptist Church, Green
Castle, Indiana officiating.
Burial will follow at Dunnel-
lon Memorial Gardens Ceme-
tery.
Donations in Ralphie's
Memory may be made to Hos-
pice of Citrus County, PO. Box
641270, Beverly Hills, FL
34464 or to the Moffitt Cancer
Center, Tampa, FL.
Sign the guestbook at
wwwchronicleonline.com.
Raymond
Gillis, 87
NEW PORT RICHEY
Raymond Walter Gillis, 87,
of New Port Richey, died Fri-
day, Sept 12,2008, at the Her-
nando-Pasco Hospice West
Pasco Care Center in New
Port Richey Private crema--
tion arrangements are under
the care of the Chas. E. Davis
Funeral Home with Crema-
tory, Inverness.





John
Henseler, 90.
HERNANDO
The Service of Remem-
brance for Mr John Henseler,
age 90, of Hernando, will be
held 10:00 AM, Monday, Sep-
tember 15,2008, at the Inver-
ness Chapel of Hooper
Funeral Homes with Rev.
Gordon Condit officiating. In-
terment will follow at Florida
National Cemetery, Bushnell,
FL with Full Military Honors.
Friends may call from 4:00 to
6:00 PM, Sunday, September
14, 2008. Masonic and Order
of Eastern Star services will
begin at 6:00 PM, with Citrus
Masonic Lodge #118, F & AM
and Inverness Chapter O.E.S.
# 65 officiating. Friends who
wish may send memorial do-
nations to the Shriners Hos-
pital for Crippled and
Burned Children, 2900 Rocky
Point Drive, Tampa, FL 33607
or Hospice of Citrus County,
PO Box 641270, Beverly Hills,
FL 34464. Online condo-
lences may be sent to the
family at www.HooperFuner-
alHome.com.
He was born Tuesday, Feb-


ruary 19, 1918, in New York
City, New York, Son of the
late Alfred and Helene
(Maroy) Henseler. He died
Thursday, September 11,
2008, in Inverness.
He was a WWII Army vet-
eran serving as a Military Po-
liceman.
He worked as a retail route
salesman for a milk company.
He moved to Hernando
from Port Jefferson Station,
LI, NY in 1973.
Mr. Henseler was a mem-
ber of Ocala Scottish Rite
Consistory; York Rite Bodies
of Ocala; Egypt Temple
Shrine, Tampa; Beverly Hills
Level Club; Inverness Chap-
ter No. 65, O.E.S.; Order of
Amaranth Crystal Court #48,
Floral City; Past Secretary
and member of Citrus Ma-
sonic Lodge #118, F & AM
and Secretary Emeritus of
the Citrus Shrine Club.
Mr. Henseler was preceded
in death by his wife, Patricia
M. Leonard Henseler
(11/4/1995) and daughter,
Ellen Burns (05/03/98).
Survivors include Daugh-
ter, Eileen Joan Bailey and
husband, Steve of Savannah,
GA, Grandson, Major Christo-
pher Thielemann and wife,
Darey of the U.S.M.C., and 4
great grandchildren: An-
thony, Alyssa, Aaron, and
Blaise.
Inverness Chapel of
Hooper Funeral Homes.
Sign the guestbook at
www.chronicleonline.com.
Dolores
Wolff, 79
HUDSON
Saugerties, NY Dolores
Wolff died Saturday, August 9,
2008, at Columbia Memorial
Hospital in Hudson. She was
79 years old.'
She was born January 4,
1929, in Manhattan, the
daughter of Erwin and Anni
Englert Ruhland. Her hus-
band Herman Wolff died in
2005.
Prior to her retirement she
worked as a school monitor
in East Meadow, LI.
She is survived by two
sons, Douglas Wolff of
Saugerties, NY, and Kenneth
Wolff of West Islip, LI; a sis-
ter, Ann Christ and her hus-
band, Howard, of Dunnellon,
FL; 5 grandchildren, 3 great-


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Special to the Chronicle
On a recent trip to Spain, Gene and Marian Fox, of Hernando, visited the Plaza de Es-
pana, above, in Seville. The tour began in Madrid and continued to Toledo, Cordoba,
Gibraltar, Torremolinos on the Costa del Sol, Granada and ended with the flight home
from Malaga. Among the many highlights of the trip was the visit to the Prado, tours
of cathedrals, mosques and synagogues, entertainment by La Tuna musicians, fla-
menco dancing show, a ride on the high-speed train through the countryside of south-
ern Spain, and fabulous food.


DREAM
VACATIONS


The Chronicle and The
Accent Travel Group are
sponsoring a photo con-
test for readers of the
newspaper.


Readers are invited to
send a photograph from
their Dream Vacation with a
brief description of the trip.
If it's selected as a win-
ner, it will be published in
the Sunday Chronicle. At
the end of the year, a panel
of judges will select the
best photo during the year
and. that photograph will


win a prize.
Please avoid photos with
dates on the print.
Photos should be sent to
the Chronicle at 1624 N.
Meadowcrest Blvd., Crys-
tal River, FL 34429 or
dropped off at the Chroni-
cle office in Inverness,
Crystal River or any Accent
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mode gives other benefits


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bile? If those were your
only choices you'd miss "" **I
a most entertaining and
beautiful mnini-cruise vaca-
tion. Take a ride op the r
Alaska Marine Highway,
known as "Blue Canoes" to
some Alaskans, and enjoy a
less-traveled route.
The Alaska Marine High-
way System is a fleet of .
eleven ships that ply the wa-
ters around and about the :
southern shores of Alaska, of
which there are many. The M/V Chanega is a new high-
areas are regionalized into twice as fast as the older shil
Southeast, Southwest, South
Central and Cross-Gulf sec- Whittier, then off the railroad
tors, so designated due to the car onto the open deck ship.
natural barriers between We were on our way. There
each sector. All areas of was a small lounge for shelter
Alaska are not served by the from the biting wind, and oc-
Alaska Marine Highway due casional flurry of sleet or
to natural limitations to pas- rain, but that was of little in-
senger ship travel: terest to us, as
Yukon Territories standing fear-
on the east, the lessly on the deck
Beaufort Sea to the proved much
north and sparsely more interesting
inhabited territory and exhilarating.
to the west Wildlife is
Whittier to Val- ab u nd ant
dez, across Prince t throughout
William Sound on Alaska and is
the Marine High- only one of the
way, was our goal, as Neil Sawyer many reasons for
my son, Mark, and I SPONTANEOUS visiting that
drove our rental van TOUR GUIDE unique and won-
onto a flat bed rail- .-.. derful state. Im-
road car at Portage Glacier to mediately upon departing
transit the one-way tunnel to Whittier, we observed an


NEIL SAWYERiSpecial to10 the Chronicle
speed catamaran that travels
ps.
enormous seabird rookery
near a huge waterfall no,
the ship does not stop, and a
good reason to have binocu-
lars on hand. It would be a
rare trip to not see orcas, har-
bor seals and lots more birds.
During the next 12 years
following my trip with Mark,
I'm sure that Karyn was often
bored as I continued to relate
details of that epic excursion.
Finally, in 2007, she initiated
our going to Alaska so she
could see for herself. After
several days' drive from An-
chorage and Fairbanks to
Valdez, we pulled into port to
get on the Alaska Marine
Highway. With no reserva-
tion, we were put on standby
for the next ship. After sev-

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Veterans participate in Sept. 11 observance


here were you at 8:45 a.m. News 9 for local news as usual and
seven years ago this past tried to throw inrsome humor to
Thursday? Do you remem- brighten the day. Everything was
ber what occurred and going along fine until the
what your reaction was aircraft.hit the first tower
to the most horrendous in New-York, and I sat
attack the United States B there, with the micro-
experienced in its his- phone on, in total disbe-
tory? Do you also re- lief, thinking what a
member how it affected tragic accident. I made
the security we took for my listeners aware of the
granted in our daily accident which took a lit-
lives? tle spring out of their
On Sept 11, 2001, I1 was steps, but that's news peo-
on the air at WXOF-FM Larry MacMillan ple needed to know.
"The Country Fox" doing VETERANS When the second aircraft
my "Mac In the Morning" hit the-second tower, I
get up and go show and VIEW was speechless and for a
passing along the joys of disk jockey that is un-
a new day and doing my best to heard of. All I could say was, "Oh,
keep the early morning risers up to dear God," we are at war.
speed about what was going on in Much of the next three hours of
the world of country music. I moni- the show were dedicated to one fol-
tored the weather channel on the low-up after another, as news was
computer and checked in on Bay released -of the hijacked jet liners


crashing into the Pentagon in Vir-
ginia and the crash in Pennsylva-
nia. The valiant efforts of the fire
fighters and emergency crews try-
ing to evacuate the twin towers,
then the collapse of both buildings.
Needless to say, it was a very tragic
day in the history of our fight for
freedom and equal rights through-
out the world. The only good thing
that came out of that infamous
morning was a surge of patriotism
that has not been seen in this coun-
try since the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Yes, we are at war with the Tal-
iban Insurgents in Iraq and
Afghanistan, and we continue to
lose lives as a result of this moment
in American history. We have young
men and women returning with
lifelong mental and physical prob-
lems in this all-volunteer armed
forces that appear to be under-
staffed. And we have antiwar
demonstrators who apparently


have forgotten Sept. 11 and that
surge of patriotism that exploded to
a height that I haven't seen since
World War II. The battle cry in the
early days in defense of the Mexi-
can Border was "Remember the
Alamo." World War two and the bat-
tle with the Japanese was "Let's Re-
member Pearl Harbor." Now it is
"Lest We Forget 9/11."
In commemoration of Sept. 11,
2001, last Thursday, county volun-
teers and a former Crystal High
School student asked residents to
reignite the national pride and pa-
triotism by collecting an American
flag for every person who died in
that brutal attack on American soil
to be displayed on the Plaza of the
Americas on the University of
Florida Campus. A walk was sched-
uled Thursday in the historic
square in downtown Inverness with
many of local veterans' organiza-
tions participating with families of


those who have lost loved ones in
the Sept. 11 attack, and, of course,
those we have lost in Iraq and
Afghanistan. The theme was "9/11:
Never Forget" Everyone was asked
to display the flag at their home s
and places of business. We need to
reignite the patriotism that ex-
ploded after the attack seven years
ago.
In closing, I ask you to reignite
your patriotism and, let's never for-
get Sept. 11, 2001.


Larry MacMillan is an
11-year veteran of the U.S.
Air Force during the Korean and
Vietnam era and currently
serves as the public information
officer for the Citrus County
Veterans Coalition. He can be
contacted by e-mail at
citrusvets@yahoo.com.


Veterans B R I E FS


N The Veterans Apprecia-
tion Week Ad Hoc Coordinat-
ing Committee will conduct its
monthly coordination meeting for
Citrus County's 16th Annual Vet-
erans Appreciation Week at 1:30
p.m. Wednesday in the Confer-
ence Room of the Citrus County
Chronicle Building, 1624 North
Meadowcrest Blvd., Crystal
River.
All veteran service organiza-
tions and individual veterans are
welcome and encouraged to
send representatives to partici-
pate in the planning process. Any
organization or person desiring
additional information should
contact Chairman Chris Grego-
riou by e-mail at
allprestige@yahoo.com or by
phone at 795-7000.
The Veterans of Foreign
Wars, District 7, which includes
VFW Posts from Floral City, In-
verness, Beverly Hills, Ho-
mosassa, Brooksville, Bushnell,
Citrus Springs, Hernando, Inglis,
Dunnellon, Chiefland and Lake
Panasoffkee, is planning its Fall
District Picnic for Saturday, Oct.
4, at the William L. Lovett Post
10137, at 6036 County Road
618 in Bushnell.
The festivities start at noon,
with music, food, games and
items for sale. Fifty pPercent of
the profits made from the District
picnic will go tofukndtifolloowini
. VFW Programs: Service Dogs
: for Veterans, Wounded Warrior
Project and Unmet Needs Mili-
tary Assistance Program.
All guests are welcome to at-
tend.
Aaron A. Weaver Chapter
776 Military Order of the Pur-
ple Heart (MOPH) will conduct
its bimonthly meeting at 1:15
p.m., Tuesday at the Veterans
Service Office classroom in the
Citrus County Resource Cen-
terNA Clinic, 2804 W. Marc
Knighton Court, Lecanto (west
side of County Road 491 ap-
proximately 1 mile north of C.R.
486). All combat wounded veter-
ans and lineal descendants of
Purple Heart recipients are cor-
dially invited to attend the meet-
ing.
Chapter 776 is comprised of
combat wounded veterans and
lineal descendants of Purple
Heart recipients who share the
common purpose of preserving
the proud legacy of the Purple
Heart Medal, which is the oldest
military decoration in the world in
present use. To learn more about
Aaron A. Weaver Chapter 776
MOPH, please visit the Chapter
776 Web site at www.citruspur
Spleheart.org or call 382-3847 or
527-2460.
N Seabee Veterans of Amer-
ica (SVA) Island X-23 welcomes
alLSeabees and Honeybees to
its monthly meeting at 11:30 a.m:
on the third Tuesday monthly at


Crystal Paradise Restaurant in
Crystal River. For information call
Cmdr. John Lowe at 344-4702 or
John Kister at 527-3172.
Seabee Veterans of Amer-
ica Island X-18 As always 'all
Seabees, Honeybees, relatives
and friends are welcome to our
meetings and events. Meetings
are at 11 a.in. the second
Wednesday of the month at the
VA Office, 2804 Marc Knighton
Court, Lecanto. We have a short
meeting, about one hour, at the
VA Office, then we will eat lunch
at a restaurant decided on at the
meeting.
On the third Wednesday -,
monthly, there is a luncheon. Up-
coming luncheons are Sept. 17:
at Ruby Tuesday Restaurant, In-
vemess, and Oct. 15 Margarita
Grill, Homosassa. Luncheons
are at 1:30 p.m. You are wel-
come to come have lunch with a
former Seabee.
For more information, contact
Cmdr. David Pufferat 746-9327
or puffels@tampabay.rr.com,
The Dan Campbell Air-
borne Association meets at
6:30 p.m. the third Wednesday
monthly at American Legion Post
155, 6585 Gulf-to-Lake Highway
(State Road 44), Crystal River.
All current and previous Airborne
members and their wives are
welcome to"fin us. For addi-.
fional information, cal Steve'
Leonard at 726-3693.
The Marine Corps League,
Samuel R. Wall Detachment
1139 will conduct its regular
meeting at 7 p.m. the third
Wednesday monthly.at DAV.
Post 70 in Inverness at the inter-
section of Independence Avenue
and U.S. 41 North. All former
Marines are welcome. Call Tom
Heron at 637-2724 or Joe 8poto
at 746-3315.
Gilley-Long-Osteen VFW
Post 8698, 520 State Road 40
East, Inglis (352) 447-3495;-
Men's meeting is at 7:30 thie .
third Wednesday monthly.
Ladles Auxiliary meets at 5
p.m. the third Wednesday
monthly.
Men's Auxiliary meets at 7
p.m. the second Monday
monthly.
House Committee meets at 6
p.m. the third Wednesday
monthly.
Come join us for our Sunday
Dinners. New big screen football
games, Sunday NFL Package.
Herbert Surber American
Legion Post 225 meets on the
third Thursday of the month at
the Floral City VFW Post 7122,
call to order 7:30 p.m. The mem-
bership invites all eligible veter-
ans to come and join us as we
plan for the future of our Post.
The Herbert Surber Ameri-
can Legion Auxiliary Unit 225
meets at 7:30 p.m. the third -
Thursday monthly at the Floral


Rexford re-ups
for four years
On Aug. 13, Senior Airman,
Kellie Rexford of the 6th Secu-
rity Forces Squadron, Macdill
Air Force Base, Tampa, re-en-
listed in the U.S. Air Force for
four years. Rexford has been
in the USAF since 2004 and
has served in Operation Iraqi
Freedom and Operation En-
during Freedom.
The appointed officer of the
ceremony was Maj. Gen.
Michael Diamond of Head-
quarters U.S. Central Com-
mand.
Recently Rexford graduated
from the Combat Arms Appren-
tice course, bringing her to her
current position as a combat
arms training and maintenance
instructor at Macdill CATM in-
structors are held to a higher

City VFW Post 7122 on U.S. 41,
Floral City. Contact Marcia Gal-
lagher, membership chairman at
860-1629 for further information.
Come and join this newly re-
chartered unit and be a part of
the great accomplishments and
projects fr-lhe American Legiah
Auxiliary. : "
Fleet Reserve Associa-'
tion, Branch 186 will meet at 3
p.m. the third Thursday monthly
at the DAV Building, Independ-
ence Highway and U.S. 41
North, Inverness. Call Bob
Huscher, secretary, at 344-0727.
Eugene Quinn VFW Post
4337 and Ladies Auxiliary, 906
E. State Road 44, Inverness;
telephone 344-3495; fax 344-
3514, announces activities
scheduled for the week of Sept.
14 to 20:
Today: Pool tournament at 2
p.m. Wild Willie karaoke from 5
to 9 p.m.
Monday: Bar bingo 3 p.m.
Tuesday: Chicken wings three
for $1 4:30 to 7 p.m. Karaoke by
Mark B, 6 to 9 p.m.
Wednesday: Ladies Auxiliary
bar bingo 6 p.m.
Thursday: Bar bingo 3 p.m.
VFW and Auxiliary meeting 7:30
p.m.
* Friday: POW/MIA National
Recognition Day, Table Cere-
mony 11 a.m. Fish fry (chicken
available) $6.50, 4:30 to 7 p.m.
Karaoke by J & S 6 to 9 p.m.
Saturday: Dinner/Dance -
Beef brisket by Victor, 5:30 to 7
p.m. Music by Sundown 6 to 10
p.m.
American Legion Post
155: events for the week of Sept.
14 to 20:
Today: Breakfast 8:30 to 11
a.m., $5. Steak Shoot 3 p.m.
Dart tournament 6 p.m.


grade and prepare troops for
deployment, ensuring they are
confident in their abilities and
are secure with the weapons
that the CATM instructor trains
them on.
Rexford is the daughter of
Joseph and Suzanne Rexford of
Inverness. She is a 2003 gradu-
ate of Lecanto High School.

Monday: Lunch 11 a.m. to 3
p.m.
Tuesday: Lunch 11 a.m. to 3
p.m.Bingo 1 to 4 p.m.
Wednesday: Chicken wings
noon to 3 p.m. 10 for $3.50; Ital-
ian dinner night-5 to 7 p.m., $5.
LiVe music 6 t610p *m: ..n *'."
" Thursday: Lunch 11 a.m. to 3
p.m. Bingo 1 to 4 p.m. Show Me
the Money 5 p.m.
Friday: POW/MIA Recognition
Day. Auxiliary dinner 5 to 7 p.m.,
$6, with a POW/MIA Table Cere-
mony by the Citrus 40/8. All for-
mer POWs eat for free. Live
music 6 to 10 p.m.
Saturday: Lunch 11 a.m. to 3
p.m. Pool tournament 2 p.m.
For more information, call
Cmdr. Jim Woodman at 795-
6526 or see our Web site
www.postl55.org.
E VFW Post 4252 and
Ladies Auxiliary on State Road
200 in Hemando has set the fol-
lowing events for the week of
Sept. 14 to 20:
Today: Post has bar bingo 2 to
5p.m.
Tuesday: Ladies Auxiliary has
bar bingo 2 to 5 p.m. with food
available. Profits go to local char-
ities. This month is for CREST
School. Dart League 7 p.m.
Friday: Pork chop or fish din-
ner 5 to 6:30 p.m. Dinner in-
cludes a salad bar. There will be
a band from 6 to 10 p.m. Stop in
and enjoy dinner with music and
dancing for a $7 donation.
Saturday: Ladies Auxiliary
hosts bingo at 10:30 a.m. with
food available.
Post 4252 has a pizza special
every day. You get a 10-inch
pizza for $5. Your choice of pizza
is a cheese or pepperoni and
sausage or supreme.
Post 4252 is having a Bo-


In the SERVICE


nanza Bingo on Oct. 4 for Can-
cer Aid and Research. The cost
is $30 a package and it includes
lunch.
The VFW Post 4252 is a
proud sponsor of the Voice of
Democracy with a Grand Prize
Scholarship of $30,000 and the
Patriot's Pen writing contest with
a Grand Prize savings bond of
$10,000. Stop by or call the post
for more information. All entries
must be submitted by Nov. 1.
Post 4252 Ladies Auxiliary
goes to nursing homes four
times a month to play bingo with
residents. Everyone is welcome.
Post Honor Guard is available
for funerals, flag raising and
nursing homes.
All eligible persons are invited
to join our Post or Ladies Auxil-
iary. Stop in at the post or call for
information. Post 4252 is at 3190
N. Carl G. Rose Highway, S.R.
200, Hemando; phone 726-
3339. Send e-mails to
vfw4252@tampabay.rr.com.
Dunnellon VFW Post
7991, 3107 W. Dunnellon Road,
Dunnellon, phone (352) 489-
1772.
Post canteen is open from 1 to
7 p.m. Monday through Satur-
day.
Wednesday: Bingo starts at 1
p.m. with sandwiches available.
;: Thursday:-Post fmeeting,-soe-
cial hour 5 to 6 p.m. Meeting
starts at 6 p.m.
Friday: Bar bingo starting at 1
p.m., sandwiches available.
Spaghetti dinner at 5:30 p.m.
Sept. 26: Fish fry.
Joe Nic Barco Memorial
VFW Post 7122, 8191 S. Florida
Ave., Floral City, 637-0100.
All you can eat fish fry Fridays,
4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Fried chicken
also available. To-go orders
available. Guests welcome.
Saturday dinners 4 p.m. to 7
p.m. First Saturday every month,
char-grilled steak or fried shrimp
dinner. All remaining Saturdays,
slow-roasted prime rib dinner.
Guests welcome. Call 637-0100
for nightly menu or to-go orders.
Bingo Tuesdays starting at 3
p.m. sharp. Sponsored by the
Ladies and Men's Auxiliaries.
"Guests welcome.
Call 637-0100 for information
about joining the VFW, Ladies
Auxiliary or Men's Auxiliary or
ask for Bill Shaw, VFW com-
mander, Shareen Simon, Ladies
Auxiliary president or Kenny
Winner, Men's Auxiliary presi-
dent.
Our Canteen is open daily.
Monday through Saturday at 9
a.m.; Sunday at 1 p.m. Members
only, but guests are allowed with
a sponsor.
The H. F. Nesbitt VFW
Post 10087 in Beverly Hills off
County Road 491, across the
street from ROC's 491 Sports
Bar and directly behind the new


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Today: Bingo in the big hall be-
ginning at 1 p.m. with refresh-
ments. Sporting events on big
screen TV all afternoon in the
canteen.
Monday: The VFW Golf
League plays each Monday at
different courses. Contact Dick
Sorrells or Jim Freiheit at the
post. The Cake Crab Company
Golf League plays at Twisted
Oaks G.C. every Monday at 8
a.m. Check with Lou Kempf.
Drink specials in the canteen
every Monday. Dart tournament
at 7 p.m.'
Tuesday: Pool tournament in
the canteen at 2 p.m. House
Committee meeting and staff
meeting every third Tuesday and
Post general meeting every
fourth Tuesday.
Wednesday: Wednesday is
Ladies Night. Cookout every
Wednesday night serving ham-
burgers, cheeseburgers, kiel-
basa dogs, and hot dogs from 5
to 7 p.m. "Show Me The Money'
from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday
hosted by Bill and Val VanMeter.
Thursday: VFW Mixed Golf
League alternates between Pine
Ridge Golf Club and Twisted
Oaks Golf Club with an 8 a.m.
tee time. Check with Dave
Nealey or Ray Galinski. Pool
tournament at 7 p.m.
Friday: Dart tournament at 7
p.m.
Saturday: $1 Day from 1 until
5 p.m. Karaoke from 7 to 11 with
sandwiches and chips available.
The VFW Post 10087 Men's
Auxiliary Golf Outing will be at 8
a.m. Saturday, Sept. 27, at the
Pine Ridge Golf Club. The tour-
nament is a benefit for the Fort
McCoy Veterans Home in Ocala.
The cost to play is $55. Hole
sponsorship is $50; Super Spon-
sor $100; Super Sponsor with
four golfers $300. A new car will
be awarded for a hole in one.
Golf, cart and dinner included
with play. Make check payable to
Men's Auxiliary Post 10087 and
mail to: P.O. Box 640148, Beverly
Hills, FL 34465. Call 746-0440.
The Ladies Auxiliary VFW
10087 of Beverly Hills is having a
Chinese auction on Saturday,
Oct. 4, at the post home. Doors
open at 10:30 a.m. and the auc-
tion starts at 1 p.m. Hot dogs are
$1 and cake and coffee are free.
Donation is $2.50. Tickets are
available at the door, at the post
canteen or from our members.
Hunger and Homeless
Coalition -Anyone who knows
of a homeless veteran in need of
food, haircut, voter ID, food
stamps, medical assistance or
more blankets is asked to call
John Young at the Hunger and
Homeless Coalition at 628-4357,
or pass along this phone number
to the veteran.
See VETS/Page A13


VETERANS NEWS


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VETS
Continued from Page A12

Landing Ship Dock (LSD)
Sailors meet at Denny's in Crys-
tal River at 2 p.m. the fourth
Thursday monthly. Call Jimmie at
621-0617.
American Legion Post 237
Beverly Hills is at 4077 N.
Lecanto Highway in the Mall with
Sal's. The post meetings are at 7
p.m. the fourth Thursday. The
post hosts Show Me the Money,
a card game, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Friday and a dart game at 3
p.m. Sunday. Sunday football
- all games on six TVs. Live
Music by Ron Saturday 7 to 11
p.m. We are looking for mem-
bers, so if interested call the post
at 746-5018.
The Citrus County Veter-
ans Coalition meets at 6 p.m.
the fourth Thursday monthly at
the Citrus County Resource
Center in Lecanto next to the VA
Clinic except on conflicting holi-
days when an altered schedule
will be announced. All honorably
discharged veterans are wel-
come to become a member.
For more information about
the Citrus County Veterans
Coalition, visit the Web site at
www.citruscountyveteranscoali-
tion.org or www.ccvcfl.org.
Allen-Rawls American Le-
gion Post 77 and Auxiliary Unit
77 meet the first Thursday
monthly at the Key Training Cen-
ter, 130 Heights Ave., Inverness.
Potluck dinner at 6 p.m., meeting
starts at 7:15. Auxiliary Unit 77
meets at the same time and
place. Call Post Cmdr. Paul
Miller at 344-8276 or Auxiliary
president Alice Brumett at 860-
2981.
U.S. Submarine Veterans
(USSVI)-Sturgeon Base meets
at 11 a.m. the first Saturday
monthly at the American Legion


Post 155, 6585 W. Gulf-to-Lake
Highway, Crystal River. Visitors
and interested parties are always
welcome. Call Base Cmdr. Billy
Wein at 726-5926.
American Legion Post 166
will meet 1:30 p.m., Saturday,
Oct. 4, at the Dumas-Hartson
VFW Post 8189 Ladies Auxiliary
facility on Veterans Drive, Ho-
mosassa, on the west side of
U.S. 19 at Dixon's Auto Sales
across from Harley Davidson.
All former and current post
members, as well as all inter-
ested veterans, are cordially in-
vited to be a part of American
Legion Post 166. For more infor-
mation, call Bill at 382-1119.
The Korean War Veterans
Association, Citrus Chapter
192 meets at the VFW Post
10087, Beverly Hills, at 1 p.m.
the. first Tuesday monthly. KWV
does not meet in July or August.
Anyone who has honorably
served within Korea or outside
Korea from June 25,1950 to
Jan. 31, 1955, and anyone
serving within Korea from 1955
to present is eligible to join the
Korean War Veterans Associa-
tion. For information, call Hank
Butler at 563-2496, Paul Salyer
at 637-1161 or Neville Anderson
at 344-2529.
Citrus 40/8 Voiture 1219
and Cabane 1219 conducts its
meetings at 7 p.m non the sec-
ond Thursday monthly at the
American Legion Post 155 on
State Road 44 in Crystal River
(6585 E. Gulf-to-Lake Highway).
For more information about the
40/8 call the Chef De Gare
Richard Gannon at 637-1236; for
the Cabane contact La Presi-
dente Debi Gannon at 637-1236
or visit us on the Web at
www.Postl55.org.
The Suncoast U.S. Navy
Armed Guard and Merchant
Marine Veterans of World War
II will conduct its next meeting at


11:30 a.m. the second Saturday,
Oct. 11, at Kally K's, 3383 U.S.
19 in Spring Hill.
Dumas-Hartson VFW Post
8189 and Ladies Auxiliary and
the Military Order of the Cootie
and Auxiliary is on Veterans
Drive, Homosassa, and U.S. 19.
across from Harley Davidson.
Hours are 1 to 9 p.m.
The post offers a changing
menu every Friday night.
A calendar of post events is
available.
Pool leagues are scheduled
for Sunday, Tuesday and
Wednesday.
The post offers hall rental for
all occasions.
The post accepts torn and bat-
tered flags for proper disposal.
To join this all-state post, bring
DD Form 214 and get more in-
formation about joining.
Post meetings are the second
Monday monthly for both VFW
and Auxiliary.
For more information, call the
post at 795-5012 from 1 p.m. to
10 p.m.
Edward W. Penno VFW
Post 4864, 10119 N. Citrus
Springs Blvd., Citrus Springs,
phone: (352) 465-4864.
Marine Corps League 819,
Citrus Detachment is an active
group as it presents the county's
military ball in; November, Toys
for Tots program, sponsors one
or two scholarships to high
school students and gives finan-
cial support to the Young
Marines. The honor guard has
been requested to participate in
funerals for members of all mili-
tary branches and has also at-
tended other military functions
throughout the county. MCL also
has several social functions
throughout the year where fami-
lies are invited.
For more information about
becoming a member, call Com-
mandant Robert Deck at 527-


Post 237 installs new officers


1557.
N The Veterans Appreciation
Week Ad Hoc Coordinating
Committee will conduct its an-
nual Veterans-in-the-Class-
room program, Oct. 27 through
Nov. 14, 2008, as part of its 16th
Annual Veterans Appreciation
Week activities.
Coordinated by the Citrus
County Chapter of the Military
Officers Association of America,
the Veterans in the Classroom
program brings living history to


the county's public and private
school classrooms, as well as
homeschool children, sharing
with students military experi-
ences and travels while serving
our country in uniform around the
world in peace and war.
The success of the Veterans in
the Classroom program was rec-
ognized earlier this year with the
presentation of an award by the
Florida Education Foundation.
All interested veterans are en-
couraged to contact Gary Runyon


312-0914 SUCRN

BUDGET SUMMARY CITY OF INVERNESS 2008/2009 FY
THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE CITY ARE 51.8% LESS
THAN LAST YEAR'S OPERATING EXPENDITURES


DESCRIPTION
CASH BALANCES BROUGHT FORWARD
ESTIMATED REVENUES:
TAXES:
AD-VALOREM MILLAGE PER $1000 4.968
AD-VALOREM Delinquent Taxes
SALES AND USE TAXES
FRANCHISE FEES
UTILITY SERVICE TAXES
COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE TAX
LICENSES AND PERMITS
GRANTS
STATE SHARED REVENUES
CHARGES FOR SERVICES
FINES AND FORFEITURES
INTEREST EARNINGS
RENTS & ROYALTIES
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS/IMPACT FEES
CONTRIBUTIONS/DONATIONS
SALE OF FIXED ASSETS
PENSION CONTRIBUTIONS
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES
DEBT PROCEEDS
OPERATING TRANSFERS IN
TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER
FINANCING SOURCES
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES AND BALANCES
EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES:
GENERAL GOVERNMENTAL SERVICES
PUBLIC SAFETY
PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT
TRANSPORTATION
ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT
CULTURE & RECREATION
DEBT SERVICES
OPERATING TRANSFERS OUT
TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES

RESERVES
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES
And Reserves


GENERAL
FUND
5,928,484


2,162,951
65,000
285,000
630,000
556,000
405,000
167,000
1,000
694,600
27,775
22,800
266,100
28,190
5,000


1,000


WHISPERING
PINES PARK
342,815


374,286

102,100

26,000


ROAD
IMPROVEMENT
FUND
246,707


CAPITAL
PROJECTS
FUND
4,459,617


CDBG WATER &
FUND SEWER
7,968,656


CEMETERY
785,799


PENSION
FUNDS
654,63


1,767,500


2,766,400


9,000 165,000


125,000


3,425

1,000


235,000

210,000



3,000
750,000


33,500 35,0(


26,000


64.00


TOTAL BEFORE
N COMPONENT
UNIT
38 20,386,716


2,162,951
65,000
285,000
630,000
556,000
405,000
167,000
2,142,786
694,600
2,896,275
22,800
DO 769,600
28,190
340,000

29,425
D0 64,000
5,400
750,000
.- 2.646.225


Z- 750,Q000 116500


LC.R.A.
TRUST
FUND
119,416


TOTAL ALL
FUNDS
20,506,132


2,162,951
65,000
285,000
630,000
556,000
405,000
167,000
73,300 2,216,086
694,600
2,896,275
22,800
2,000 771,600
28,190
340,000

29,425
64,000
5,400
750,000
54. 2700Q225


8419 99,000 14,660,252 29,300 14,89,55


873,597


5.657.216
11.585.700

1,594,851
1,106,630
320,000
684,828
263,821
358,143
348,157
980.786
5,657,216


~z~az in~ ~a~


282.500


873,597


873,597


5,928484 42,815


312,900
1,082,500 1,165,000
522,770

_ 1.165.000 1
3,365,670 1,165,000


256,107 3,901447


3,455,260



199.854

3,980,114


55,118




.281339.
83,257


- 7.952.942


-3 L i2I LZi


1,885,151
1,106,630
3,830,378
997,728
25,450 2,536,771
1,754,510
548,011
.201300 2.700225
226,750 15,359,404


1~9-91414 21,966 1993628z0


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THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD
730478


at 563-5727, Mac McLeod at 746-
1384 or Bob Truax at 860-1630.
The Florida Chapter of the
8th Air Force, Historical Soci-
ety is having its fall reunion Nov.
8 to 11 at the Doubletree Guests
Suites in Boca Raton. We invite
all World War II veterans and
next generations interested in
keeping our exploits and experi-
ences alive, to join us. For info
call Tom Gagnon, (813) 394-
0338 or Sheldon Greene, (561)
364-4900.


Special to the Chronicle
On July 24, American Legion Post 237, Beverly Hills, Installed new officers for 2008-
09. Department of Florida Fourth District Officers at the Installation were: Depart-
ment Cmdr. Jim Ramos, installing officer; Vice Cmdr. Jerry Montgomery;
Sergeant-at-arms Robert Scott; Public Relations Officer Jay Conti Sr.; and past De-
partment Cmdr. Larry White. Also In attendance was the Fourth District Auxiliary
President Mary Montgomery. New Post 237 Officers, from left, are: Mary Benfer,
commander; John Stark, 1st vice commander; Lester Grimes, 2nd vice commander;
and John King, finance officer and adjutant. Not in the photo are: Gregg Stafford, ser-
geant-at-arms; Roger Foor, chaplain; and Robert Pumplasch, historian.


313-0914 SUCRN



NOTICE

OF

BUDGET HEARING




The City of Inverness



has tentatively adopted



a budget for



Fiscal Year 2008/2009.



A public hearing to make a



FINAL DECISION on the


budget AND TAXES will be

held on



Thursday, September 18,

2008 at 5:01 p.m. in the



City Council Chambers



atlnverness Government

Center,



212 West Main Street,



Inverness, Florida.


7,800 1,885,151
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3,830,378
997,728
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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Monday:
Breakfast Sausage patty, ce-
real, apple slices, seasonal fruit,
toast, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Cheese pizza round,
chicken nuggets, vegetarian plate,
garden salad, carrots, Italian pasta
salad, peaches, fresh fruit, milk,
juice.
Tuesday:
Breakfast- Oatmeal, ham slice,
pineapple, seasonal fruit, tater tots,
toast, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Tacos, beanie weenies,
salad shaker, uncrustable grape
PB&J, garden salad, green beans,
crackers, mixed fruit, fresh fruit,
chocolate pudding, milk, juice.
Wednesday:
Breakfast Pineapple muffin,
cheese grits, peaches, seasonal


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We were bound for Cordova,
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four exciting and informative
days in Cordova, we re-
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after making a stop in Valdez.
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fruit, tater tots, milk variety, orange
juice.
Lunch Country fried steak,
barbecue sandwich, vegetarian
plate, garden salad, corn, pineap-
ple, cornbread, fresh fruit, milk,
juice.
Thursday:
Breakfast Waffle sticks,
chicken breakfast biscuit, apple
slices, seasonal fruit, tater tots, milk
variety, orange juice.
Lunch Spaghetti with meat
sauce, tuna salad sandwich, vege-
tarian plate, garden salad, peas and
carrots, roll, peaches, fresh fruit,
milk, juice.
Friday:
Breakfast Breakfast sausage
pizza, bageler, mixed fruit, seasonal
fruit, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Barbecued rib hoagie,


Chanega class, most of the
others being the more tradi-
tional coastal ferry type, or
larger ocean-going vessels.
Ships of the Marine Highway
are rigged to accommodate
trekkers, cyclists, autos and
individual passengers, and
satisfy a variety of travel
styles. I recently met an indi-
vidual who, several years ago,
took a motorcycle on one of
these ships and pitched a
tent on the top deck to spend
the night. Some of the ships
on longer hauls have cabins
for overnighters.
The Alaska Marine Highway
is a unique way to travel, as
one has so many options all
of which can be viewed on-line
at www.dotstate.ak.us/amhs.
Discovering Alaska in this


com dog, salad shaker, uncrustable
grape PB&J, garden salad, peas,
ranch pasta salad, applesauce,
fresh fruit, crackers, milk, juice.
MIDDLE SCHOOL
Monday:
Breakfast Breakfast sausage
pizza, cereal, seasonal fruit, apple-
sauce, tater tots, grits, milk variety,
orange juice.
Lunch Hamburger, hot dog,
chef salad plate, uncrustable grape
PB&J, garden salad, com on the
cob, BBQ baked beans, peaches,
fresh fruit, crackers, milk, juice.
Tuesday:
Breakfast Waffle sticks, ce-
real, seasonal fruit, apple slices,
tater tots, grits, milk variety, orange
juice.
See MENUS/Page A15


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domestic excursions
annually. They prefer
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Doors open 6 p.m. Dinner ~ 7 p.m.
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Come early to bid
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items.
For rickets and information
call 5 -0800.
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=..50th ANNIVERSARY== Weddings First BIRTHDAYS


The Meyers


Strom quist/Rie4~


Fred and Shirley Meyer of
Beverly Hills celebrated 50
years of marriage. They were
married on Sept. 13, 1958 at
St Thomas Aquinas Catholic
Church in East Lansing,
Mich.
They have three children,
Gail (Al) Wavering of Ger-
mantown, Md., Mark of San
Jose, Calif., and Terri (Brett)
Richmond of Lansing, Mich.,
and four grandchildren, Jes-
sica (David) Hammond of
Lansing, Mich., Albert, Emily


Congratulations to the fol-
lowing new parents:
To John and Samantha
Jahnke, Wildwood, a daughter,
Cheyenne Jahnke, born at
12:22 p.m. Friday, Sept 5,2008,
at Citrus Memorial Health
System, Inverness. She
weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces.
To John and Mindy
Weed, Hernando, a son,
Grant Bruce Weed, born at
4:13 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 2,
2008, at Citrus Memorial
Health System, Inverness. He
weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces.


MENUS
Continued from Page A14
Lunch Beefaroni, chicken
nuggets, tuna salad plate, moz-
zarella sticks, garden salad, broccoli,
applesauce, fresh fruit, pasta salad,
combread, crackers, milk, juice.
Wednesday:
Breakfast Scrambled eggs
with cheese, cereal, seasonal fruit,
peaches, sweet potato muffin, tater
tots, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Spaghetti with meat-
balls, BBQ pulled pork sandwich,
breaded chicken salad plate, un-
crustable grape PB&J, garden
salad, green beans, pineapple,
fresh fruit, crackers, cookie, milk,
juice.
Thursday:
Breakfast Bagelers, cereal,
seasonal fruit, pears, grits, tater
tots, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch -Taco burger, macaroni
and cheese, turkey salad plate, moz-
zarella sticks, garden salad, peas
and carrots, pears, fresh fruit, apple
crisp, crackers, milk, and juice.
Friday:
Breakfast- Ham and cheese


and Jack Wavering, all of Ger-
mantown, Md.
Fred retired from the State
of Michigan in 1989. They
have lived in Citrus County
for the past 10 years.
Their children and grand-
children hosted an informal
gathering for family on Fri-
day evening, Aug. 22, at the
home of Terri and Brett Rich-
mond. A dinner reception
was Saturday evening, Aug.
23, for family and friends at
the East Lansing Marriott


Maternal grandparents:
Rod and Debbie Bruce, Crys-
tal River.
Paternal grandparents:
Lynn Weed, Inverness; Skip
Weed, Inverness.
To Matthew and Anna Al-
corn, Los Angeles, Calif., a
son, William Wells Alcorn,
born at 12:43 p.m. Thursday,
July 10, 2008, at Tarzana Re-
gional Medical Center. He
weighed 6 pounds, 9 ounces.
Grandparents are Stephen
and Gwen Alcorn and Phil
and Treva LaR6chelle.


grits, cereal, seasonal fruit, mixed
fruit, pineapple muffin, tater tots,
milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Pepperoni pizza
wedge, tuna hoagie, honey BBQ
wings, garden salad, lima beans,
com, seasoned noodles, mixed
fruit, fresh fruit, milk, juice.
HIGH SCHOOL
Monday:
Breakfast Sausage biscuit, ce-
real, doughnut, uncrustable grape
PB&J, seasonal fruit, applesauce,
toast, tater tots, grits, milk variety,
orange juice.
Lunch Cuban pork plate, ham-
burger and hoagie bars, breaded
chicken salad plate, mozzarella
sticks, pizza bar, garden salad,
corn, green beans, roll, fries, apple
slices, fresh fruit, crackers, milk.
Tuesday:
Breakfast Scrambled eggs
with cheese, cereal, doughnut,
sausage gravy & biscuits, un-
crustable grape PB&J, seasonal
fruit, pears, toast, tater tots, grits,
milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Spaghetti with meat-
balls, chicken and hoagie bars, chef
salad plate, pizza bar, mozzarella
sticks, garden salad, cornm, broccoli,
combread, fries, peaches, fresh


Michael Scott Riecj Sr. and
Jami Virginia Stromquist,
Morocco, Ind., were united in
marriage at 2 p.m. Saturday,
Aug. 2, 2008, at the home of
the bride's grandfather in the
Inverness Country Club Es-
tates.
The bride is the daughter
of Karen Stromquist, Inver-
ness.
The bride was escorted
down the aisle by her grand-
father, James Nichols. The of-
ficiant was Donna Viglione
from the Wedding Chapel in
Inverness.
Witnesses (special guests)
were Billy and Trish Nichols
and Jan Minogue.


Mrs. Wendy Markham and
Mr. Roger Markham along
with grandparents Linda and
David, Danford and grand-
parent Eugenia Meredith,
are pleased to announce the
marriage of their daugh-
ter/granddaughter Alicia
Lynn Markham to Joshua
James Prestidge, son of Mrs.
D. Kaye Mallett and the late
Dr. Joshua Prestidge, and
grandson of Elma E. Mallett
and the late Albert J. Mallett.
The bride wore a white
gown with a 10 foot train
made of Italian lace and silk
Alicia's grandfather gave her
hand in marriage.
They were married at the
Moose Hall by Stacy Jorgeson
on August 8, 2008. The best
man was Matthew Prestidge,
brother of the groom, and
maid of honor was the bride's
sister Melissa.
Alicia graduated from


fruit, crackers, milk.
Wednesday:
Breakfast- Ham, egg and
cheese bagel, cereal, doughnut, un-
crustable grape PB&J, seasonal
fruit, applesauce, toast, tater tots,
grits, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Tacos, mozzarella
sticks, hamburger and hoagie bars,
turkey salad plate, tuna salad plate,
pizza bar, garden salad, peas, corn,
refried beans, fries, Spanish rice, ap-
plesauce, fresh fruit, crackers, milk.
Thursday:
Breakfast Breakfast wrap, ce-
real, doughnut, sausage gravy &
biscuits, uncrustable grape PB&J,
seasonal fruit, peaches, toast, tater
tots, grits, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Baked chicken, chicken
and hoagie bars, breaded chicken
salad plate, mozzarella sticks, pizza
bar, garden salad, carrots, comn,
seasoned noodles, fries, roll,
pineapple, fresh fruit, crackers, milk.
Friday:
Breakfast-- Breakfast sausage
pizza, cereal, doughnut, un-
crustable grape PB&J, seasonal
fruit, apple slices, toast, tater tots,
grits, milk variety, orange juice.
Lunch Chicken panini, ham-
burger and hoagie bars, chef salad,


Bride and groom are both
EMT workers and the groom
is also a police officer.
The couple honeymooned
at Disney World.


Withlacoochee Vo-Tech in
2006, and Joshua graduated
from Crystal River High
School in 2003.
Alicia is employed at 72
Hour Blinds and Joshua is a
pipe layer. After a short hon-
eymoon they will reside in
Lecanto.


pizza bar, mozzarella sticks, garden
salad, spinach, corn, BBQ baked
beans, fries, mixed fruit, fresh fruit,
crackers, milk.
Menus are subject to change
without notice.
CONGREGATE DINING'
Monday: Barbecued pork riblpt,
pinto beans with peppers and
onions, mixed greens, 1 slice corn-
bread with margarine, pear cup,
low-fat milk.
Tuesday: Steamed frankfurter,


Regan Kathleen Castle and
Riley Anna Castle, twin sis-
ters, celebrated their first
birthday Sept 6.- They are the
daughters of Joanna Castle
and Dennis Castle II, Crystal
River. Maternal grandparents

Sienna Jayde Cole, daugh-
ter of Stefanie Cegar and
Matthew Cole, Spring Hill,
celebrated her first birthday
Sept. 9. Maternal grandpar-
ents are Maureen and Ed
Cegar, Spring Hill. Paternal
grandparents are Linda and
George Cole, Homosassa.


are Frank Fusick and Candy
Murphy; maternal great-
grandparent, Vince Elfeld.
Paternal grandparents are
Dennis and Pam Castle; pa-
ternal great-grandparents,
Bob and Dorothy Baker.


Wedding

Murray/Alifie

Joseph "Bryan" Alfieri and
Jessica Lynn Murray, Crystal
River, were united in mar-
riage at 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug.
8, 2008, at the Wedding
Chapel in Inverness. Offi-
ciant was Donna Viglione
who performed the Christian
service. ..


baked beans with tomato bits,
coleslaw with carrot, 1 hot dog bun,
ketchup and mustard packets,
warm cinnamon apples, low-fat
milk.
Wednesday: Salisbury steak
with brown gravy, whipped pota-
toes, carrot cuts, 1 slice whole
wheat bread with margarine, ba-
nana pudding with banana and
vanilla wafers, low-fat milk.
Thursday: Pizza casserole,
green peas, warm peaches, 1 slice


whole wheat bread with margarine,
1 cookie, low-fat milk.
Friday: Birthday Celebration -
Chicken salad, tossed salad with
French dressing, marinated broccoli
salad, 2 slices whole wheat bread
with margarine, birthday cake, low-
fat milk.
Congregate dining sites include:
Lecanto, East Citrus, Crystal River,
Homosassa Springs, Inverness and
South Dunnellon. For information,
call Support Services at 527-5975.


Markham/Prestidge


New ARRIVALS -


.. ... ..... .... 901-0917 SU/WCRN


NOTICE OF PROPOSED
TAX INCREASE



The Town of Yankeetown has tentatively

adopted a measure to increase its property

tax levy.



Last year's property tax levy:

A. Initially proposed tax levy. ...... $144,287

B. Less tax reductions due to Value

Adjustment Board and other assessment

changes $.......................... ........$ 0

C. Actual property tax levy..............$144,287


This year's proposed tax levy...$166,117


All concerned citizens are invited to attend a

public hearing on the tax increase to be held

on:



DATE: Friday, September 19, 2008

TIME: 7:00 PM

PLACE: The Inglis/Yankeetown Lions

Club located at

22 59th Street

Yankeetown, FL 34498



A FINAL DECISION on the proposed tax

increase and the budget will be made

at this hearing.



730473


902-0917 SU/WCRN


BUDGET SUMMARY
TOWN OF YANKEETOWN -
CURRENT FISCAL YEAR 2008-09

General Fund 1.7937
GENERAL WATER TOTAL ALL
ESTIMATED REVENUES FUND FUND FUNDS
Taxes: Millage per $1000
Ad Valorem Taxes 1.7937 160,300 160,300
Sales and Use Taxes 151,319 151,319
Charges For Services 1,500 359,025 360,525
Intergovernmental Revenue 94,325 1,051,700 1,146,025
Fines and Forfeitures 250 250
Miscellaneous Revenue 14,200 3,100 17,300
Licenses and Permits 1,550 1,550

TOTAL SOURCES 423,444 1,413,825 1,837,269
Fund Balances/Reserves/Net Assets 705,000 81,000 786,000
TOTAL REVENUES,
TRANSFERS & BALANCES 1,128,444 1,494,825 2,623,269
EXPENDITURES

General Government 445,730 1,413,825 1,859,555
Fire Department 62,090 62,090
Physical Environment 12,100 12,100
Road and Streets 60,000 60,000
Animal Control 8,240 8,240
Cultural and Recreation 23,500 23,500

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 611,660 1,413,825 2,025,485
Fund Balances/Reserves/Net Assets 516,784 81,000 597,784


TOTAL APPROPRIATED 1,128,444 1,494,825 2,623,269
EXPENDITURES

The Tentative, Adopted and/or Final Budgets are on file at
the Yankeetown Town Hall, located at 6241 Harmony Lane.,
FL 34498 (Mon-Fri 9:00 am to 12 noon) as a public record.
730474


TOGETHER


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Available from Commercial News Providers


Today's MOVIES


Citrus Cinemas 6 Inverness; 637-3377
"Tyler Perry's: The Family That Preys" (PG-13) 1
p.m., 4 p.m., 7:10 p.m.
"The Women" (PG-13) 1:10 p.m., 4:10 p.m., 7:20 p.m.
"Righteous Kill" (R) 1:20 p.m., 4:20 p.m., 4:20 p.m.,
7:30 p.m.
"Bum After Reading" (R) 1:30 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:40
p.m.
"Bangkok Dangerous" (R) 1:40 p.m., 4:40 p.m., 7
p.m.
"House Bunny" (PG-13) 1:45 p.m., 4:45 p.m., 7:50
p.m.
Crystal River Mall 9; 564-6864
"Tyler Perry's: The Family That Preys" (PG-13) 1:40
p.m., 4:40 p.m., 7:40 p.m., 10:10 p.m.


"The Women" (PG-13) 1:20 p.m., 4:20 p.m., 7:20
p.m.. 9 45 p.m.
"Righteous Kill" (R) 1-30 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m.,
10 p.m
"Burn After Reading" [R) 1:50 p.m., 4:50 p.m., 7:50
p.m., 10:25 p.m.
"Bangkok Dangerous" (R) 1:55 p.m., 4:55 p.m., 7:55
p.m., 10.15 p.m.
"Traitor" (PG-13) 1:15 p.m., 4:15 p.m., 7:15 p.m., 9:50
p.m.
"Death Race" (R) 1:10 p.m., 4:10 p.m., 7:10 p.m., 9:40
p.m.
"House Bunny" (PG-13) 1 p.m., 4 p.m., 7 p.m., 9:30
p.m.
"Tropic Thunder" (R) 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m., 10:30


CITRUS COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL PET PROFILES


The Citrus County Animal
Control Shelter has online listings
of impounded animals at animal-
control.citrus.fl.us. Go to "Adopt-
able Stray Animals," select
"Animal Type," etc. and search.
The shelter is in Inverness
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from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. MoppY" ing and neutering of-your
Tuesday, Wednesday andF', adopted pet is available through.
day, from 10 a.m. to 6 p. mi,, the Humanitarians of Florida at
Thursday and from 10 a.m'.;,,, 563-2370 or from the Humane
p.m. Saturday. Call the Citrus Society of Citrus County at 341-
County Animal Shelter at 726- 2222.


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Photos courtesy of Black Diamond Ranch
Tommy Bolt lived at Black Diamond Ranch from 1992 until 2004 with his wife Mary Lou. Tommy won the 1958 U.S. Open ad was inducted into the PGA Hall of Fame in 2002.


Tommy Bolt was


'Bound to win'


JOHN COSCIA
joscia@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
The Great Depression had taken
away his childhood.
And the untimely death of his
mother when he was just a baby
robbed him of his innocence.
But Tommy never complained.
Every morning on the street cor-
ner in Shreveport, La., he sold news-
papers.
Not for extra cash, but to help his
family eat.
But Tommy never complained.
Those early days forced the 12-
year old to grow up before his time.
There was no time for play, and
eventually not even for school.
But Tommy never complained.
Maybe that's because he had a
friend named Ben Webster The thing
is, Ben ,Webster wasn't a real person.
He was the hero in a comic strip.
That didn't stop Tommy, though.
He'd start every morning opening his
bundle of papers and thumbing
straight to the comic strip, "Ben Web-
ster Bound to Win."
Ben was always overcoming ob-
stacles to win things. Marble-shooting
contests, spelling bees, whatever Be-
cause he was poor, Ben became
Tommy's alter ego.
And that alter ego never left
Tommy's side.
Thirty years later, as Tommy Bolt
strolled up the 18th fairway dur-
ing Saturday afternoon's final
round of the 1958 U.S. Open, Ben Web-
ster was on his shoulder enjoying the
ride.
Tommy would later admit, "It
sounds childish, but on that Saturday
at Southern Hills, I was saying to my-
self, 'Bound to Win ... Ben Webster ,...
Bound to Win,' It made me feel like I
had a little extra something behind
me."
And indeed he did.
In fact, while everyone else was


wilting, Bolt was basking in the it or not, I don't know.
hot Tulsa sun in what would come .iJ "He adopted Black Diamond
to be known as the Blazing Hot 4 and Black Diamond adopted him.
Open. When he was inducted into the Hall
Right from the opening hole, of Fame in 2002, a lot of the mem-
Bolt's confidence was flying high. bers from here went to the cere-
And after he birdied the first hole of mony," Olsen continued. "Tommy
the tournament, he turned to an offi- was part of the family. I'll never for-
cial and said, "I wonder who's going get the time that I was driving by and
to finish second." Tommy and the singer Don Cherry
It would be Gary Player. were teeing offon a hole. I stopped
The 42-year old Bolt, born and talked with them and I actu-
in Haworth, Okla.. a town so ally out drove the both of them.
s m a 1 1 l That was
that Bolt the one
o n c e and only
j o k ed e time that
he was e v er
" born lh a p-
so far in pSe1neh d .-
the woods Tommyed.
that they. ave me a
had to 4/. driver after
pump day- "that.
light out rI "Golf wasn't
there," had re- really popular
turned to his hhere in the county
home state to cap- in the 50's and 60's.
ture the greatest Tommy had a lot to
victory of his entire do with changing
PGA professional ca- that," Olsen admitted.
reer a "'Now there are more
And maybe that's than 18 golf courses just
what attracted Bolt to win this area alone. That
Citrus County. The s mall, all started to change in the
bedroom community. late 70's and Tommy had a
hometown feel. lot to do with that."
"He had been coming her e Olsen's w ife, Betty, may have
for a long time when he was on captured what Bolt meant to Black
Tour and he fell in love with Diamond better than anyone.
Citrus County. When he fi- ) "He was really the am-
nally retired, he came -' bassador of Black Dia-
back here for good and .i mond," Betty explained.
moved to Black Dia- "I think he loved the so-
mond," Stan Olsen, de- cial aspect as much as
veloper of Black the golf. He'd come over
Diamond, explained. every afternoon and just
"Tommy truly was an hold an audience. Every-
honest person. He was body loved Tommy. You
dedicated to the game could listen to him tell
he loved. He was dedi- stories all day long."
cated to his friends and But before there
he was most definitely was a Black Diamond,
dedicated to Black there was Port Para-
Diamond. I never -' dise which is now
saw the temper that The Plantation.
others did. There is where Bolt,
Whether he got over See BOLT/Page B5


Some of the best
Tommy Bolt stories
as told by two men
who caddied for him
These stories took place not on the PGA
Tour but rather during my caddying days for
Tommy at The Plantation.
The first happened on thel7th green.
Tommy was eying a very, very long putt all
the way on the other end of the green and I
was tending the pin. As the ball got closer I
went to pull the pin. But it was stuck. I kept
pulling and pulling it but it wasn't coming out.
Finally I gave it a real good yank but I pulled
out the whole cylinder from the hole and
Tommy's ball hit the cylinder.
He just gave me one of those looks. But
he never let me have it. He was always good
to me.
Truth is I never saw him lose his temper at
anyone but himself.
Jeff Harston
The other story happened on the 17th tee
one day.
He was playing with Arnold Palmer and a
couple of others. And of course they were
playing for money.
So Tommy was trying to outwit them Into
playlrig not enough club,
Arnie asked Tommy what club he was
using and Tommy said, "I've got a six-Iron."
Well, I looked In his bag and saw the six-
Iron.
"Excuse me, Mr. Bolt. You got you're 3-Iron
by mistake. Here's your six-Iron."
Tommy just looked at me all red-faced.
Muttered a little bit. But like I said, he was al-
ways kind to me, even when my being naive
embarrassed him,
Jeff Harston
I remember one time caddying in a big
tournament for Tommy and when we were
done with the round we headed Inside. But
there was a sign on the door that said "No .
caddies allowed."
The man at the door stopped us and said,
"Tommy, he can't come In. There's no cad-
dies allowed."
"He's with me and he's coming In," Tommy
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AUTO RACING
7:30 a.m. (SPEED) Formula One Italian Grand Prix.
1:30 p.m. (2, 8 NBC) CORR Off Road Racing.
2 p.m. (9, 20, 28 ABC) Sprint Cup Sylvania 300.
7 p.m. (ESPN2) NHRA- Carolinas Nationals Final
Eliminations.
MLB BASEBALL
1 p.m. (66 ION) Tampa Bay Rays at New York Yankees.
1 p.m. (FSNFL) Washington Nationals at Florida Marlins.
1:30 p.m. (TBS) Toronto Blue Jays at Boston Red Sox.
8 p.m. (ESPN) Detroit Tigers at Chicago White Sox.
WNBA BASKETBALL
4:30 p.m. (ESPN2) Seattle Storm at Los Angeles Sparks.
BILLIARDS
3 p.m. (ESPN) Women's U.S. Open 9-Ball Championship
Semifinal.
BOWLING
2 p.m. (ESPN) PWBA 2008 USBC U.S. Open.
NFL FOOTBALL
1 p.m. (6, 10 CBS) Buffalo Bills at Jacksonville Jaguars.
4 p.m. (6 CBS) Miami Dolphins at Arizona Cardinals.
4 p.m. (13, 51 FOX) Atlanta Falcons at Tampa Bay Bucca-
neers.
8:15 p.m. (2,8 NBC) Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns.
GOLF
8:30 a.m. (GOLF) European PGA Tour Mercedes-Benz
Championship Final
1 p.m. (GOLF) PGA Champions Tour Greater Hickory
Classic Final Round.
3:30 p.m. (GOLF) LPGA Tour Bell Micro LPGA Classic -
Final Round.
6:30 p.m. (GOLF) PGA Nationwide Tour Albertson's
Boise Open Final Round.
MOTORCYCLE RACING
3 p.m. (2, 8 NBC) MotoGP Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix.


FOOTBALL

NFL Schedule
Today's Games
Green Bay at Detroit, 1 p.m. .
N:Y. Giants at St. Louis, 1 p.m.
Indianapolis at Minnesota, 1 p.m.
Oakland at Kansas City, 1 p.m.
Chicago at Carolina, 1 p.m.
New Orleans at Washington, 1 p.m.
Tennessee at Cincinnati, 1 p.m.
Buffalo at Jacksonville, .1 p.m..
San Francisco at Seattle, 4:05 p.m.-
Atlanta at Tampa Bay, 4:05 p.m.
Baltimore at Houston, postponed
New England at N.Y. Jets, 4:15 p.m.
Miami at Arizona, 4:15 p.m.
San Diego at Denver, 4:15 p.m.
Pittsburgh at Cleveland, 8:15 p.m.
Monday's Game
Dallas at Philadelphia, 8:30 p.m.
Major NCAA Scores
EAST
Bucknell 17, Robert Morris 14
Buffalo 30, Temple 28
Coastal Carolina 26, Monmouth, N.J. 7
Delaware 48, West Chester 20.
Furman 42, Colgate 21
Lafayette 24, Georgetown, D.C. 6
Maine 28, Stony Brook 13
Marist 30, St. Francis, Pa. 22
New Hampshire 51, Rhode Island 43
Penn St. 55, Syracuse 13
Villanova 33, Lehigh 14
Wagner 45, lona 28
SOUTH
Alabama 41, W. Kentucky 7
Clemson 27, N.C. State 9
Davidson 20, Lenoir-Rhyne 16
Duke 41, Navy 31
E. Kentucky 16, Morehead St. 8
East Carolina 28, Tulane 24
Elon 66, Presbyterian 12
Florida St. 46, Chattanooga 7
Georgia 14, South Carolina 7
Georgia Southern 34, Northeastern 27, OT
Illinois St. 42, Murray St. 23
Jacksonville 52, Campbell 0
James Madison 52, Massachusetts 38
Liberty 19, W. Carolina 16
Maryland 35, California 27
Mississippi 34, Samford 10
Morgan St. 49, N.C. Central 7
Norfolk St. 27, N. Carolina A&T 21
Richmond 45, Towson 14
S. Carolina St. 28, Bethune-Cookman 19
SE Louisiana 31, South Dakota 30
Savannah St. 16, Winston-Salem 13
Tennessee 35, UAB 3
Virginia Tech 20, Georgia Tech 17
William & Mary 52, VMI 17
MIDWEST
Ball St. 41, Akron 24
Cent. Michigan 31, Ohio 28
Dayton 23, Fordham 20
E. Illinois 38, Indiana St. 3
Franklin 31, Butler 28
Illinois 20, Louisiana-Lafayette 17
Iowa 17, Iowa St. 5
Kent St. 24, Delaware St. 3
Miami (Ohio) 38, Charleston Southern 27
Michigan St. 17, Florida Atlantic 0
Minnesota 35, Montana St. 23
Missouri 69, Nevada 17
North Dakota 45, Wis.-LaCrosse 7
Northwestern 33, S. Illinois 7
Notre Dame 35, Michigan 17
Oregon 32, Purdue 26, OT
Toledo 41, E. Michigan 17
Valparaiso 34, Concordia, Wis. 10
Youngstown St. 38, Central St., Ohio 0
SOUTHWEST
Air Force 31, Houston 28
Cent. Arkansas 41, Ark.-Pine Bluff 17
Oklahoma St. 57, Missouri St. 13
TCU 31, Stanford 14
FAR WEST
BYU 59, UCLA 0
Montana 46, S. Utah 10
Oregon St. 45, Hawaii 7
Sacramento St. 27, S. Oregon 16
W. Michigan 51, Idaho 28
Wyoming 16, N. Dakota St. 13 .


TRANSACTIONS

Friday
BASEBALL
American League
BOSTON RED SOX-Recalled OF Jonathan
Van Every from Pawtucket (IL).
KANSAS CITY ROYALS-Activated 3B Alex
Gordon and OF Mitch Maier from the 15-day DL
National League
ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS-Sent RHP
Micah Owings to. Cincinnati to complete the Aug.
11 trade for OF Adam Dunn.
COLORADO ROCKIES-Activated 1B Todd
Helton from the 60-day DL. Designated RHP
Pedro Strop for assignment.
NEW YORK METS-Activated C Ramon Cas-
tro from the 15-day DL.
SAN DIEGO PADRES-Sent RHP Brian
Falkenborg outright to Portland (PCL).
BASKETBALL
National Basketball Association
CLEVELAND CAVALIERS-Signed G Delonte
West to a multiyear contract.
GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS-Waived C
Kosta Perovic.
LOS ANGELES LAKERS-Signed F CJ Giles.
SAN ANTONIO SPURS-Named Wendell
Alexis assistant coach of Austin (NBADL).
HOCKEY
National Hockey League
CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS-Traded C Robert
Lang to Montreal for a 2010 second-round draft
pick.
MONTREAL CANADIENS-Re-signed D
Patrice Brisebois to a one-year contract.
NEW JERSEY DEVILS-Re-signed C Rod
Pelley.
PHOENIX COYOTES-Traded LW Kevin
Cormier to New Jersey for D Sean Zimmerman.
COLLEGE
CONFERENCE USA -Fined East Carolina
$10,000 after football fans charged the field to cel-
ebrate the victory over West Virginia on Sept. 6.
GEORGIA STATE-Named Dee Merriweather
women's assistant basketball coach.
MARIST-Named Joe Michalski assistant
baseball coach-recruiting coordinator.
VIRGINIA TECH-Named Adrian Autry director
of men's basketball operations.
SAN JOSE STATE-Named Brian Yocke vol-
unteer assistant baseball coach.
Saturday
BASEBALL
MLB-Suspended Los Angeles Angels minor
league RHP Ryan Aldridge 50 games, effective
the start of next season, after testing positive
under baseball's minor league drug program.
American League
MINNESOTA TWINS-Activated OF Michael
Cuddyer from the 15-day DL.
NEW YORK YANKEES-Recalled RHP Phil
Hughes and RHP David Robertson from Scran-
ton/Wilkes-Barre (IL).
TAMPA BAY RAYS-Recalled LHP David
Price, OF Jonny Gomes, RHP Mitch Talbot and
RHP Jeff Niemann from Durham (IL).
National League
LOS ANGELES DODGERS-Activated RHP
Takashi Saito from the 60-day DL. Placed OF An-
druw Jones on the 60-day DL.
FOOTBALL
National Football League
BUFFALO BILLS-Activated OT Jason Peters.
Released OT Matt Murphy.
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS-Signed WR
D'Juan Woods from the practice squad. Waived
OT Chad Slaughter.
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS-Signed QB Matt
Gutierrez from the practice squad. Released WR
C.J. Jones.
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS-Signed WR Michael
Bumpus from the practice squad. Released WR
Samie Parker.

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during the prime of his ca-
reer, got his first taste of Cit-
rus County It was a love
affair that would never end.
"I met Tommy in 1959,
when he first came to Crystal
River. This was back even be-.
fore the Plantation Inn was
built," recalled Fred Bunts,
who spent time caddying for
Bolt "There were a lot of col-
orful people back then, but
none were as colorful as
Tommy. He wore the bright
pink tailored pants. I always
thought of Tommy as Payne
Stewart before there was a
Payne Stewart.
"The fans and media loved
him because you never knew
what he was going to come up
with. He was a real charac-
ter," Bunts said. "Tommy did
have a bit of a temper as has
been well attested too, but I
really don't think that it was
any better or worse than so
many of the guys on Tour
today."
But Bolt wasn't the only
one that was attracted to
Crystal River.
"Back then, a lot of the pro-
fessionals would come here
to play The Plantation be-
cause the greens were very
similar to Augusta," recalled
Jeff Harston, who caddied for
Bolt five years after the Open
championship. "But Tommy
kept coming back He loved
this place. He was larger than
life and had what many, in-
cluding Ben Hogan, felt was
one of the greatest swings. He
had the world by a string, but
you know what, probably be-
cause of his childhood, he
never took it for granted. He
always remembered where
he came from."
Truth is, no one might have
been in a better position to
see that first hand than his
dear friend Ed Gerrits.
"He was the most generous
man you ever wanted to
meet For example, he would
always be giving things to his
friend Lou Cappola. Lou was
the Crystal River football
coach and he loved him so
much," Gerrits recalled. "I
can still hear Lou telling me
in his ghetto accent, 'Ed, Lou
took care of me again.' He
even gave me his clubs that
he won the National Open
with. He was just a sweet,
sweet man.
"On the outside, Tommy
could be the meanest guy you
ever wanted to meet, but on
the inside, he was a pussycat
I remember one time when
he really let me have it,"
laughed Gerrits as he pre-
pared to tell the story.
"Whenever Tommy would go
on the road he wanted to
make sure his gas-powered
golf cart was well taken care
of. That was his pride and joy.
Well, one time he asked me to
put it up for him and I drove
it under the barn so it would
stay protected. Well, when he
got back we went to get the
cart and one of the horses
had eaten the seat off the golf


Tommy Bolt holds the 1958 U.S. Open trophy he won at Southern Woods in Tulsa, Okla.


cart. Boy, was he livid."
Another of Bolts friends,
Ed Tolle, called Tommy the
most impressive person I
ever met He was a real man's
man with a huge and gener-
ous heart."
In fact those in the know all
admit that there was a direct
correlation between
Tommy's competitive spirit
as a perfectionist and his
temper.
"He never thought he
should miss a shot That was
just the way he was," said
Tom Stringer, who served as
Bolt's doctor in his later
years here in Citrus County.
"Tommy was certainly an in-
teresting character and he
suggested that his bad tem-
per as a golfer was actually
pushed on him by the Tour.
For the most part, he did it as
a part of his showmanship.
That's not to say Tommy
never used foul language, he
did have a reputation of 'let-
ting one go' from time to
time."


In fact, truth be told, the
PGA actually instituted an
obscene speech penalty to be
invoked against anyone using
foul language.
Stringer recalled the story
Bolt told him right after the
penalty was enforced.
Tommy had hit a beautiful
drive but followed it up with
a bad shot. At that moment,
he "let one go" and two little
old ladies standing nearby
heard him.
The two ladies left the
gallery area and went to find
an official.
As Tommy approached the
tee box he was approached
by the official who reminded
Tommy of the new penalty.
"How much is it?" Tommy
barked in his gruff voice.
"Nothing, it's just a warn-
ing this time," the director
replied.
"Well, if you were going to
fine me, how much would it
be?"
"It would be $50 dollars per
infraction."


Still steaming over the in-
cident and seeing that the
two old ladies had returned
to the gallery, Bolt dug into
his pocket and ripped out a
$100 dollar bill and stuffed it
in the director's hand.
"You don't owe me any-
thing," the director reminded
Bolt
"Just take it," Bolt ex-
claimed.
After which he stormed
over to the two women in the
gallery and let's just say by
the time he was done, he had
definitely gotten his money's
worth.
There was, however, an-
other woman he'd meet in
the gallery that would change
his life forever.
"I used to love to hear
Tommy tell the story of how
he met his wife, Mary Lou,"
Denny Allen said. "He told
me that on one hole he
looked over and saw the most
beautiful woman with the
most gorgeous legs he had
ever seen."


Photo courtesy of Black Diamond Ranch

Mary Lou remembers the
day as if it were yesterday.
I was young, maybe 22 or
23, and I was married to a
baseball player at the time. I
called my husband the night
before at about 3 a.m. and he
wasn't in his hotel room,"
Mary Lou recalled. "That was
it. When I did talk with him
later that morning I told him
that I didn't want to live that
kind of life. He was a good
man but he liked the wait-
resses.
"The next day, a girlfriend
of mine and I decided to go to
the golf tournament in town.
When we got there I asked a
marshal who we should fol-
low."
"Tommy Bolt of course!"
"So that's what we did. We
followed him for his whole
round. And then on one hole
it started to rain and his
caddy went to put his um-
brella over him," Mary Lou
remembered. "Tommy
stopped him and said, 'No I
don't need it' And then point-


ing at me he told him, 'Go
over there and put it over
that sweet thing before she
melts.'"
The two would get together
later and, obviously, Mary
Lou's time with Tommy
would make a lasting impres-
sion because it would be at
least three years before they
would meet again.
"I was a mambo dancer at
a club down in Miami and
loved music like Tito Puente,
that's what we danced to, and
I was there for three years,"
Mary Lou explained. "Then
one day a girlfriend of mine
was going to see a friend of
Tommy's. I went with her and
we were reunited that night.
We were never really apart
much after that. All those
years I never forgot him and
he never forgot me. It was
just meant to be."
And for the next 51 years
they would prove to be the
best of friends and life-long
soul mates.
"I love that guy. I really love
him," expressed Mary Lou as
her emotions got the best of
her. "He was the best man I
ever knew. He was one of a
kind."
Another person who had a
very unique and special rela-
tionship with Bolt was Denny
Allen.
"I owe my relationship
with Tommy to my dad. He
was the.one that took me over
to The Plantation when I was
only 10 years old. The two of
us formed a relationship that
lasted until he died," Allen
explained. "I was just in awe
of the way he hit a golf ball.
He gave me the best advice to
improving my game.
"He had a problem hook-
ing the ball when he was on
Tour and Hogan helped him
with it. He told him to grip
the club with the three bot-
tom fingers of your left
hand and leave everything
else loose," Allen contin-
ued. "He was so willing to
help others with their game.
He was so big-hearted. And
boy did he have a lot of
flash. He loved his bright
pants. In fact he actually
had Sahara tailor-make all
of his clothes.
"Tommy loved Hogan,
probably because they had
the same kind of rough child-
hood. That's why he never
could really relate to Bobby
Jones. He thought he was too
aloof," Allen said. "I'll always
treasure the days that we
spent at his place as we
shared a glass of wine and he
related his favorite stories."
He could be as volatile as
thunder, as electric as light-
ning and as warm and sooth-
ing as the Florida sunshine.
Tommy Bolt lived his life as
the perfect storm.
The Great Depression and
the loss of a parent at an
early age made an impres-
sion. But in his 92 years of liv-
ing, he never let those rough
times define him. Instead,
just like his alter ego hero
Ben Webster, Tommy Bolt
was "Bound to win"... and in
the end, he did just that


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STORIES
Continued from Page B1

told the marshal.
The next thing I knew,
there I was inside, the only
caddy sitting there eating
lunch with Chi Chi Ro-
driquez, Miller Barber and
Tommy. It was like a dream
come true."
I felt it was a great honor to
know him.
Denny Allen

There was one time that
Palmer was leading the Cana-
dian Open by one stroke.
Arnie teed off on the final
hole with a one shot lead and
hooked it left Now Arnie had
the tendency of trying to pull
off the impossible shot
Tommy said he told Arnie,
"Don't try it Just chip out and
then get on the green."
Palmer listened to him and
one-putted for par to win the
tournament
Denny Allen

He was very competitive
and never stepped down
from a challenge.
Back in the mid-70s he was
staying at the Sugarmill
house and he called me and
said, "Denny the Canucs have
gotten into the Gamblin'


Whiskey. They challenged us
to a round and they want to
play for a lot of money. We got
Bob Blakely and Mark Cap-
pola and met the Canadians
the next morning. Well by the
time the next morning rolled
around of course the whiskey
had wore off and the Canadi-
ans tried to back down.
Well Tommy had gone to
the bank and he had a wad of
money.
"We'll play what I say we'll
play for," he declared.
He finally gave in and we
didn't play for as much, but
he wasn't happy.
In that round, just to show
you how competitive he was,
he got a hole-in-one an eagle
and four birdies.
We trounced them and
Tommy really felt like they
had insulted us.
Denny Allen

I'll never forget one tour-
nament that Tommy hit a
blind third shot from the fair-
way on a Par 5. By then Ken
Venturi was in the broadcast
booth.
Well, Tommy hit the shot
and holed it out for eagle.
He never saw it go in but
heard the crowd erupt
Even Venturi came over to
congratulate him on the shot
The first thing Tommy
asked him was, "Ken, did it


go in the way it was supposed
too."
Venturi just laughed. But
that's how Tommy was ... a
perfectionist.
Denny Allen

Back then when you played
practice rounds you were
only allowed to hit one ball to
the green on your approach
shot. Otherwise it was a $25
dollar penalty
During one tournament he
hit a 5-iron fat and it came up
short.
He took another ball out of
his pocket and got ready to
play it but an official on the
other side of the fairway
yelled to Tommy and warned
him that if he took another
shot it would cost him $25
dollars.
Tommy stopped, took $100
dollars out of his pocket,
walked over to the official,
and told him, "Here take this,
because I'm going to take
four more shots."
Denny Allen

I was in a Chinese Restau-
rant in Birmingham, AL one
time and my fortune cookie
had one of Tommy's sayings
in it. The saying is, "It ain't
how good you hit the good
shots, it's how good you hit
the bad ones."
Denny Allen


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258th day of 2008. There are
108 days left in the year.
Today's Highlight in History:
On Sept. 14, 1814, Francis
Scott Key was inspired to write
his poem "The Star-Spangled
Banner" after witnessing how
Fort McHenry in Maryland had
endured British bombardment
during the War of 1812.
On this date:
In 1812, the Russians set fire
f"aI I to Moscow in the face of an inva-
sion by Napoleon Bonaparte's
troops.
In 1847, U.S. forces under
Gen. Winfield Scott took control
of Mexico City.
In 1927, modem dance pio-
neer Isadora Duncan died in
Nice, France, when her scarf be-
came entangled in a wheel of the
sports car she was riding in.
In 1982, Princess Grace of
Monaco, formerly actress Grace
Kelly, died at age 52 of injuries
from a car crash the day before;
Lebanon's president-elect,
Bashir Gemayel was killed by a
bomb.
Ten years ago: President
Clinton, struggling to regain his
footing from the Monica Lewin-
sky scandal, pledged during a
speech in New York to work with
America's allies to deal with the
"biggest financial challenge fac-
ing the world in a half-century."
Five years ago: Swedes re-
jected adopting the European
common currency in a referen-
dum overshadowed by the killing
of Foreign Minister Anna Lindh,
an ardent euro supporter.
One year ago: Defense Sec-
retary Robert Gates raised the
possibility of cutting U.S. troop
00. .. -ME .E levels in Iraq to 100,000 by the
end of 2008, well beyond the
cuts President Bush had ap-
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Presnell is 75. Feminist author
.. Kate Millett is 74. Actor Walter
shKoenig is 72. Actor Nicol
Williamson is 70. Singer-actress
Joey Heatherton is 64. Actor
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Chapman Is 52. Actress Mary
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John Berry Is 49. Actress Melissa
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.- 44. Rapper Nas is 35. Country
singer Danielle Peck Is 30.
Thought for Today: "I venture
to suggest that patriotism Is not a
short and frenzied outburst of
emotion but the tranquil and
steady dedication of a lifetime."
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SUNDAY
SEPTEMBER 14, 2008
CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE www.chronideonline.com


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Gerry Mulligan
OUT THE
WINDOW


t JAIME S. DIAZispecial to the Chronicle
This photo, taken Aug. 27 at Lake Henderson/Wallace Paddock Park, won third place in the Save Our Waters Week photo contest.


SO PREACHES. THE BUREAUCRAT


e are nearly a
A decade into the
new millen-
nium, and the
focus on the en-
vironment has
achieved a high
profile through-
out the globe.
Loss of biodiversity, environmental degra-
dation, global warming, and efforts to ad-
dress these issues have become daily news.
Citrus County is no
exception. Locally,
surface water degra-
dation, springs pro-
tection, water
conservation and
performance-based
septic systems have
all drawn their share
of headlines, debate
and editorial com- Gary Maidhof
mentary. GUEST
But I do not intend COLUMN
to pontificate on COLUMN
those topics. While
important, I will leave those issues to oth-
ers. Instead I want to discuss the tools
available to facilitate the final decisions
regarding these issues a subject that
rarely warrants public debate, yet is a crit-
ical issue in the changing face of Florida
government.
A number of years ago, I was invited to
be a guest speaker at a Florida Springs
Conference. My talk targeted the available
decision-making tools to address springs


protection and, being a bureaucrat, I came
up with the acronym PERC, which stands
for Planning, Education, Regulation and
Coordination. Each of the four tools has its
strengths and weaknesses with most suc-
cessful efforts involving combinations of
the four.
Planning, as illustrated by the Board of'
County Commissioners recent amending
of the County Comprehensive Plan to in-
corporate a broad range of springs protec-
tion initiatives, is essential. Although the
final product will take years to complete,
this is a planning effort of the first magni-
tude that included assistance from multi-
ple state agencies and a year's worth of
public hearings with extensive public
input and controversy.
Contrary to popular belief, however,
data and analysis are not always conclu-
sive or in agreement. Thus, the need for
public debate and discussion when plan-
ning.
Education is being informed. Today, one
only has to go to the Internet to become in-
formed. However, the imihediate access at
the click of a button to reports, studies,
and data is both a blessing and a curse. It
can be fascinating, overwhelming, and ad-
dictive all in the blink of an eye.
When the Internet is in the right hands
using the right search parameters, a tom-
pelling argument can be built to back one's
position or to counteract an opponent. In-
formation is a powerful force and those
who use it wisely are empowered.
See SPEAKS/Page C2


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The local

economy

needs your

attention
mall business is the
backbone of this coun-
try, but it's easy for
Americans, and Citrus
County residents, to take
those enterprises for granted.
As the nation's economy
struggles to right itself, the
most vulnerable players are
those who run the small busi-
nesses in Inverness, Crystal
River, Homosassa. and the
other small towns in Central
Florida (and across America).
There have been dozens of
businesses in our own com-
munity that have been forced
to shut down in recent
months as a result of the sour
economy
The ramification of those
closures creates a negative
business cycle that's hard to
overcome. Businesses close,
so entrepreneurs lose their
life savings. Their employees
are put out of jobs and must
struggle to pay mortgages and
car payments. Businesses stop
paying taxes, so homeowners
are suddenly faced with pay-
ing a larger piece of the local
tax pie. And everyone has
fewer dollars to spend.
See WINDOW/Page C4


Charlie Brennan
SHADES
OF GRAY


Old friend

offered a


life lesson
There are newspaper
people and then there
are NewspaperPeople.
Paul Schmidt was the latter.
My old friend Paul loved the
business, loved life and loved
pushing the limits. At times
that made him obnoxious.
It's that kind of infectious
personality that separates
those who spend the workday
dreaming of off-time from
those who live life 24/7 as if
every moment is an unfolding
story for the annals of time.
In the mid-1980s, commu-
nity newspapering in South-
west Florida had parallels to
the Wild West There were
rules, I suppose, but they
weren't very clear. My ap-
proach of being quiet and po-
lite just wasn't as exciting as
Paul's approach, which was a
leap-before-you-look, who-
are-you-to-tell-me, bar-the-
doors-Nellie style.
He made me nervous.
He'd get mouthy with au-
thorities to test their resolve.
He'd go places that were off
limits. He'd take things as far
as he could.
He'd also get news with
great impact
Paul was a photographer
whose love for the broader
craft of newspapering led
him into page design and In-
ternet work It's his photos,
though and his approach
- that left coworkers and
readers in awe.
See SHADES/Page C4


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CrMus COUNTY

MUST CHERISH

ITS WATERWAYS
BY AL GRUBMAN
T Special to the Chronicle
gain this year, we
of TOO FAR-
Taxpayers Out-
raged Organization
For Accountable
Representation -
salute Citrus 20/20
; Inc. on its 13th an-
nual Save Our Wa-
ters Week. We are proud to support the
purpose of promoting public awareness,
public education and public consensus to
save Citrus County's treasured waters.
With this year's Save Our Waters Week,
theme being "Take Action Now Water
Matters." the focus is on cleaning, cherish-
ing and protecting the water that sustains
and enriches our quality of life.
Residents can contribute to cleaning our
lakes, rivers, bays and coastlines by devel-
'oping the habit ofdoing some pickup every
time they are on or near the water. During
Save Our Waters Week, they can also join
hundreds of others by participating in the
Adopt-A-Shore/Coastal Cleanup on the
morning of Saturday, Sept 20.
See CHERISH/Page C2





CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


C2 SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 2008


Agui(

I have been involved
dential elections in vw
pacities over the years
the time I was on the in-
side; other times, my in-
volvement was several
steps away from the deci-
sion makers.
In most cases, how-
ever, because of my in-
volvement over the many
years with the Republi-
can Party and Congress, I
had access to the people
calling the shots in the
campaign. This gave me
an inside look at how the
campaigns were run.
Right now both parties a
ating what states will rece
of their financial and pol
sources. Remember, wil
than 60 days to go, it is im
for a presidential candidate


de


to the race for the White House


in presi- all states and difficult for them to
various ca- spend all the time they would like in
s. Some of key battleground states.
Let me give you an ex-
ample: The Republican
Party thinks the Midwest
is a key to the election.
This means the Republi-
9 cans must win Ohio. It
also means that it would
be helpful if they could
pick up the states that
*- Democrats normally win,
Lou Frey such as Michigan.
OTHER Michigan has a high
OTHER unemployment rate and
VOICES the Democratic governor
is getting blamed. Just re-
ire evalu- cently, the Democratic mayor of De-
eive most troit has had to resign and is going
litical re- to prison.
th fewer Gov. Mitt Romney is campaigning
possible hard for Sen. John McCain. His fa-
te to be in their was governor of Michigan a


number of years ago. Will this be a
battleground state?
Forget what you read in the
paper. Just look at McCain's sched-
ule. If he is not making many visits
to Michigan, scratch this from a bat-
tleground state and put it in the
Democratic column.
You can use this example to fig-
ure out the national strategy of each
party. Take a map and put a large
star in any alleged battleground
state each time a presidential can-
didate appears, and a smaller star
when the vice presidential candi-
date appears. You will have a visual
depiction of the campaign strategy.
This doesn't mean that changes
won't be made as polls show
progress or lack of progress.
Let me once again go back to
what I have experienced. I was the
Gerald Ford chairman in Florida in
1976. Democratic presidential can-


didate Jimmy Carter was 33 points
ahead of former President Ford
when the Democratic Convention
ended. Carter, being from-Georgia,
had some popularity in Florida and
in other southern states. With about
three weeks left in the campaign,
the question arose, "Should we
write off Florida or write off
Texas?" We didn't have the money
to do both, nor did we have the abil-
ity to put former President Ford in
both of those states.
I made my case through Dick
Cheney in the White House. I felt we
had a chance to win Florida and we
couldn't win Texas. My arguments
fell on deaf ears. Money was pulled
from Florida and put into Texas.
Publicly, we never said we were writ-
ing Florida off, but no visits by Ford
and no money said it all. We lost both
Texas and Florida and barely lost the
election. Had we won Florida, Ford


would have been president
You can also get a sense of the
campaign by the attack ads. For in-
stance, it is clear that the campaign"
of Sen. Barack Obama believes the
biggest liability McCain has is Pres-
ident Bush. Ad after ad is aimed at
tying Bush to McCain and saying
that if McCain is elected, it is just
another four more years of the Bush
administration.
It's a smart political ad, as Presi-
dent Bush has some of the lowest
approval ratings of any president
since poll-taking has become an art.
On the other hand, you can see
that Sarah Palin is causing the
Obama campaign major problems.'-
They have scheduled a large series
of television ads attacking Palin. Fur-
thermore, Sen. Joe Biden is focusing
as much on Palin as he is on McCain.

See FREY/Page C4


SPEAKS
Continued from Page C1

I am often invited to serve
as a guest speaker to a broad
variety of groups. They have
included service organiza-
tions, homeowner's associa-
tions, environmental groups,
and even church congrega-
tions. I traditionally include
a general question-and-
answer session, which gives
me insight into what are the
"hot issues" in our county. It


CHERISH
Continued from Page C1

On the third Saturday
morning of September each
year, hundreds of concerned
volunteers walk the shores,
troll the waters in boats and
dive below the surface to
clean our waters. Hazards
such as logs and broken dock
pieces, are pulled from our
waters. Every kind of trash
one can imagine such as
cans, plastic bags and med-
ical paraphernalia is
found and recovered. When
the morning cleanup is fin-
ished, the volunteers cele-
brate a sense of
accomplishment as they
gather together for an appre-
ciation cookout
Cleaning our water also in-
cludes keeping our water free
of pollutants. Any contami-


also provides me a bench-
mark for general community
knowledge-on those same is-
sues.
I recently spoke to two
groups of eighth-graders at
Citrus Camp, a weeklong pro-
gram sponsored by the
Southwest Florida Water
Management District and
hosted at the Marine Science
Station. We "baby boomers"
would be both pleased and
alarmed to learn that the
next generation can run rings
around most of us on envi-
ronmental issues. They are,

nant falling on the ground is
likely to end up in our surface
water, springs and aquifer.
One of the worst examples is
nitrogen from fertilizers. Fer-
tilizers soaking into the
ground continue to pollute
our lakes and springs, spawn-
ing more and more weeds
that foul our lakes, and algae
that degrade our springs.
Cherish our water by con-
servation. Repair leaks. Turn
off the water while brushing
your teeth or shaving. Do not
water your lawn when the
rain has already done the job.
Use Florida-friendly land-
scaping and let it be dormant
in the dry season. Use the
water you need but do not
waste or use water that you
do not need.
We have to make conserva-
tion a habit if we are to; save
our waters just as we made
the use of seatbelts a habit for
saving lives. Let's do the same


knowledgeable, motivated,
and dedicated to making
things better. They are our fu-
ture and the future is bright!
Regulation is the prover-
bial gorilla in the government
toolbox. When the public
wants change, this is the tool
of choice. It brings immedi-
ate action and those who vio-
late the rule typically fund
the program, at least initially,
through fines and penalties.
Of course, if you are the vio-
lator, the lesson can be costly.
If you are a disbeliever or a
conscientious objector, you


find ways to beat the system.
Thus, while regulation is the
gorilla in the toolbox, it is
rarely a success without the
support of its companion tool
of education.
Cooperation, which is the
final tool, is the key to the fu-
ture. The days of 80 percent
federal grants are gone.
Matching funds on grants are
the new norm not the excep-
tion. In Florida, the over-
whelming passage of
Amendment 1. delivered the
clear message that taxes are
too high and government


We must clean, cherish and protect
our waters if we are to succeed in
keeping this pristine corner of the
world beautiful for our children,
grandchildren and beyond.


for water conservation habits.
Remember that the recent
rains are only a respite from
our drought. The drought is
not over until the ground
water has recovered. Accord-
ingly, conservation is a con-
tinuing need that needs to be
constantly practiced.
Protect our water from
rampant development. De-
velopment must be kept to
sustainable levels. With the
demand for water increasing,
we are on the brink of.a pe-
riod of potential water wars.
It is a safe assumption, there-
fore, that our neighboring


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counties with water short-
ages are eyeing our low-cost
waters.
Illustrative of this potential
is the rapidly expanding
Withlacoochee Regional
Water Supply Authority,
which is entertaining the
prospects for taking water
from four sites on the Withla-
coochee River with two of the
sites upstream of Citrus
County. This certainly should
give county residents pause


needs to cut back. Thus, pro-
grams to address environ-
mental issues are forced to
turn to alternative funding
sources such as user fees, spe-
cial assessments and regula-
tory mandates. Locally,
Chassahowitzka and the Cit-,
rus Springs water system ex-
pansion are prime examples.
The ability to combine re-
sources to leverage grants is of
high value. Many hands make
light work; many wallets dis-
perse the cost Of course, ac-
ceptance of that premise is
directly related to whether

for concern about future sup-
ply and demand.
The cleaning, cherishing
and protecting of our waters
depends to an important de-
gree on the county's policy-
makers. In this election year,
use your vote wisely by study-
ing water issues and listening
to our county commission and
state Legislature candidates.
Look up the sources of the
candidates' campaign dona-
tions. Learn what the candi-
dates have done in the past to
benefit our waters. While they
may talk convincingly, their
depth ofwater:knowledge and
commitment to protecting our
waters may be shallow.
Once elected, they will
make major decisions that af-
fect our cost of living, our
quality of life and the future


your wallet is involved.
So what is the answer?
That is not my decision; it is
OUR decision. But to reach
an informed decision that
maximizes benefits while ef-
ficiently limiting costs, we
need to practice PERC.
So preaches the bureaucrat

Gary Maidhofis the director
of the Citrus County
Department of Development
Services and a member
of the Citrus 20/20 Inc.
board of directors.

value of our property. If water
is the county's stated No. 1
priority, county commission-
ers need to hAve a sound
working knowledge and un-
derstanding of the water
challenges the county faces.
For this reason, county resi-
dents can ill-afford county
commissioners who are unin-
formed or misinformed.
We must clean, cherish and
protect our waters if we are
to succeed in keeping this
pristine corner of the world
beautiful for our children,
grandchildren and beyond.

Al Grubman is a retired
professional engineer,
president of TOO FAR and
a member of the Save Our
Waters Week committee.


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U Lindsey Cleveland is the lead pressman at the Chronicle with years of experience and commitment to the task. it5
Lindsey was named the 2007. Supervisor of the Year for his contribution to the success of the Chronicle.
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"Did universal charity prevail, Earth
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CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE


CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE
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 member
Mac Harris .................................... citizen member
by Alberin M Lace Blue-McLean ..........................guest member
Williamson Cliff Pierson ..................................guest member
"You may differ with my choice, but not my right to choose."
David S. Arthurs publisher emeritus

STRUGGLING TO SURVIVE


The shocking announce-.
ment that Citrus County's
Boys & Girls Club is sus-
pending its services slaps this
community with three critical
concerns that must be addressed
immediately:
-1. Somehow, the Boys & Girls
Club must remain open. Too
many families will be dramati-
cally affected and the safety and
Swell being of more than 150 chil-
dren will be impacted immedi-
ately. With no place
to go before and/or THE I
after school, the al-
ternatives are un- Boys &


thinkable, forced to
2. During a re- operate
cession, (pardon, a Citrus (
down economy) op-
erating budgets for OUR OF
a community full of Charitab
charitable organ i- Charitabl
-zations can no formulas
longer be unrealis- readdress
tically dependent struggling
upon local busi- pha
nesses and compas-
sionate residents that are also
facing their own economic ad-
versities.
3. There is not a line of
wealthy benefactors living on
the golf course just waiting for
someone to ask them for lots of
money.
Boys,& Girls Club officials in-
formed board members, staff
and families that they do not
have sufficient funds to remain
in operation., The doors must
temporarily close simply be-
cause they cannot afford to keep
them open.
While we cannot solve the
funding problem by the pro-
jected shutdown date of Sept. 24,
this community must unques-
tionably come to the financial
aid of this organization. In order
for moms and dads and
guardians to be able to work to
find the money that is necessary
to provide for their families,
they must have a safe haven for
their children to go before and
after school. There must also be
supervised activities during va-
cations and holidays when
schools are not open.
With 16 years of service to Cit-
rus County, the Boys & Girls
Club has grown and cared for
hundreds of boys and girls with a
minimum of bumps .along the
way. It has fulfilled its dual mis-
sion of building tomorrow's
leaders by instilling strong char-
acter traits in addition to aiding
moms, dads and grandparents
who have no choice but to work
during those hours that school is
not in session.
Even with the monies received
from Boys & Girls Club's na-
tional headquarters, state
grants, local United Way support
and dues from participating
families, the monthly needs can-
not be met. A significant per-
centage of the regular donor
base private and commercial
was unable to continue its
steadfast support.
The funding formula that had
been successful in healthy eco-
nomic times hits a snag when
local businesses, sponsors and
donors find themselves unable
to continue their charitable con-
tributions at the levels neces-


sary to provide even the most
basic of services. Unfortunately,
lost jobs, decreased revenue,
and carefully guarded spending
puts very little in the column
that is traditionally marked
"helping others." And ironically,
this is the time that others in our
community need help the most.
It is a devastating cycle, but is
predicted to ultimately be broken
with'hopes pending on every-
thing from elections to oil


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suspend
ions in
County.

PINION:
e funding
must be
ed during
economic
ses.


drilling. But Citrus
County's charitable
organizations must
prepare themselves
to survive during
the hard times
ahead as well-estab-
lished fundraising
methods collapse.
Sustaining chari-
table organizations
must use the same
strategies that busi-
nesses use to keep
their heads above
water having a di-


verse source of income and not
relying on a few to make things
happen. We cannot hang on to
the expectation that a benevo-
lent power company or car deal-
erships or a baseball hero will
be there for every need it is
just,too much to ask.
As organizations such as the
Boys & Girls Club struggle to
survive, there needs to be some
sort of charitable gatekeeper
that monitors what our commu-
nity can actually support
through donations and contribu-
tions. Optimistic and well-mean-
ing public servants who'
continue to propose new build-
ings, new programs, new agen-
cies and new endeavors need to
get a good shake before they em-
bark on anything that is depend-
ing on "that big contributor" out
there. "Out there" is hurting, or
- if not hurting they are cau-
tiously guarding their coffers.
I As we look ahead to homes for
orphans, food banks, books for
children, services to aid abused
children, pediatric care, ecolog-
ical reservations and organiza-
tions that offer activities for
families and children, someone
needs to be that devil on the
shoulder who whispers, "When
you get money for one, I'll bet
you are taking from another."
And if an organization has as
its strategic marketing plan "Oh,
you just know there is someone
in Black Diamond or Sugarmill
Woods who will give us the funds
we need," it's a pretty sure bet
that devil will be doing a little jig
before he gets knocked off.
There is no Brinks truck labeled
"On My Way to Citrus County" that
will get us through this low swing
of the economic pendulum. This
community has to be smart
enough to get there on our own.
The Boys and Girls Club pro-
vides a foundation that facilitates
positive growth in youths and en-
ables parents the opportunity to
earn a living while knowing their
children are in a safe, healthy en-
vironment As club leaders strate-
gize in hopes of resuming
operations, any and all who can
unify and support their good work
are encouraged to do so. As a com-
munity, we can meet the challenge.


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LETTERS


Protect the unborn
In response to Ruth Anderson's
letter concerning women's rights,
with the mantra "This is not what
we want for women" repeated
after each (point), I will address
her points in order:
"No sex education for young
women."
I have two daughters. Believe me
when I say, (liberals) have already
taught my girls all about sex
through the immoral TV and
movies they pump out continuously
What you really don't want for my
girls is abstinence education.
"No birth control for women."
Let's be honest here. You are
equating condoms and BCPs with
infanticide in the womb. Infanti-
cide IS birth control, at the cost of
an innocent child's life. Perhaps
we should start calling condoms
and the like "conception control"
to clarify this.
"No way for women to escape a
pregnancy caused by rape or incest"
Apparently, pregnancy is a dis-
ease or prison of some kind. As
though no cure or parole for it is
only 9 months away. Not only that, it
is well known that these two crimes
account for less than 1 percent of
unwanted pregnancies. That's the
liberal way: Serve the 1 percent at
the expense of the 99. I don't want
my daughters to believe that their
convenience supercedes the life of
an unborn, innocent child.
I'll never forget the movie "Rob
Roy." Rob is told by his wife that
she was raped by the English lord
and that the child she is carrying
may not be his. She goes on to offer
to abort the child, if he wishes. His
reply was one of a good, just and
compassionate man. "No," he tells
her, "it's not the child's fault who
his father is." Where hides such
love and compassion in this world?
Lastly, "Legislation that says
women's bodies must be controlled
by the U.S. government."


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political car- not clear at all. I fail to see how the
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re invited to phy apply to this discussion.
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ess the edi- 19th century religion of evolution
s weekly, on the captive young minds of our
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ent via to say that students are to accept
towns will evolution "on faith alone." No true
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to (352) for investigating the world we live
in. Old species are disappearing and
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ease-resistant viruses and new bac-
d control teria. The taxonomic study of the
sexual ac- diversity of species and how they
o. More- are interrelated has benefits to the
study of medicine, among others.
ect all citi- Mr. Carey believes in Adam and
n those, es- Eve, fine. He states that those who
e no voice don't believe in this fable are "just
others. I plain ignorant" The most consis-
)se unborn tent characteristic of our ever-
evolving universe is change. And
this universal process of incessant
Orrin Venn change demands an enlarged cos-
Hernando mological perspective; in other
words, we cannot be restricted in
tion our thinking by texts written 4,000
Only one years ago (O.T).
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C4 SUNDAY, Si'vrEMBER 14, 2008


There's an elephant in my cookie jar


T here's a cookie jar i;.
our kitchen. It's
shaped like a beehive
and its lid looks like a honey-
bee. Nowadays, to avoid
temptation, Cheryl and I
don't keep it stocked but
my mother did.
When this same jar graced
the kitchen of my boyhood
home, it always contained a
variety of treats. What's more,
I was almost always allowed
to put my hand in the cookie
jar -just not quite.
I was a tiny little guy and
there was always some con-
cern about me eating enough
- enough of anything so
there was never a complaint


t iook a cookie that a cookie, I'm dying to write
is, except right before dinner, about an elephant I've vowed
The cookie jar was to ignore:
off-limits between Politics.
4:30 and 5 each af- As I've stated
ternoon. often, my goal in
For all of us,* writing is to offer
there have been | humor and heart-
times when a warming stories
proverbial ele- and not to cause
phant has been in folk's blood to boil.
the room, times Politics is usually a
when we've faced Fred Brannen blood-boiling sub-
a conspicuous sit- A ject; and Cheryl,
uation we weren't A SLICE the love of my life
supposed to dis- OF LIFE and my editorial
cuss. I now feel adviser, doesn't
the same yen'I used to feel at mince words her unflag-
4:45 in the afternoon, but in- going advice is to stay away
stead of desperately desiring from politics.


I try, honestly I do, but at
the moment, there's an ele-
phant in my cookie jar:
Sarah Palin.
Gov. Palin has been se-
lected as running mate for
the GOP presidential candi-
date, Sen, John McCain. I
confess, until the announce-
ment was made, if you'd
asked me to name the gover-
nor of Alaska, I couldn't have
- not her name and certainly
not the fact she's only 3 years
older than my eldest daugh-
ter.
The knowledge first came
my way when I was leaving
the office to go to lunch. I was
quick to judge the action


harshly the first words out
of my mouth were, "What was
he thinking?"
However, I met Cheryl for
lunch, expressed my con-
cerns and she gave me an al-
together different
perspective. My sweetheart
reminded me that more half
of the population, ergo, more
than half of the electorate, is
of the female persuasion and
do not share my male chau-
vinistic pig attitude about
qualified women in leader-
ship positions. (This is the
same lady who doesn't want
me to offend anyone.)
Her comments made me
think:


Will the selection of Gov.
Palin change the way I cast
my conservative, red-state,
male Republican vote? No.
Will it change the way my
liberal, tree-hugging, female
Democrat daughter-in-law
votes? Maybe.
It will, without a doubt,
make for an interesting elec-
tion.
Now that the elephant is
out, do you suppose it's
alright to fill the cookie jar
with cookies?

Fred Brannen is an
Inverness resident and
a Chronicle columnist


Let's clean up
This is to my fellow resi-
dents in Beverly Hills: We
have a missing gentleman,
an older gentleman, on the
corner of Rose, missing. I
was wondering if a few peo-
ple could help pitch in and
cut his grass and clean it
up. He's right on the corner
of Rose and Washington.
Maybe we can all get to-
gether this weekend and
clean up the yard. That
would look nice and maybe
if he does come home, it
will make him feel bet-
ter...We all have to stick to-
gether out here in Beverly
Hills and help one another.
Not so sweet
This is in regard to the
"Of age" Sound Off in re-
gards to the original "Hang-
ing out" Sound Off. Just to
let you all know, those kids
that are hanging out at
Sweetbay are in fact stu-
dents of Citrus High School.
I am a parent of a student
there and have seen actually
some of those kids there
and I just want to let you all
know they're 15-, 16-, 17-
year-old kids just out there
smoking and having a great
time, causing a disturbance
at Sweetbay also. Just to let
you all know so that the par-
ents and staff can buckle
down on these kids.
Protect your rights
Doesn't any public office-
holder understand our U.S.
Constitution, our state and
federal laws that allow law-


abiding citizens the right to
have and use a gun for self-
defense or other legal uses?
Do they not understand
their oath to uphold these
laws and make no laws that
would violate our U.S. Con-
stitution or state laws, such
as our state right to carry a
licensed concealed gun for
protection? Sadly, the Inver-
ness City Council members


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are meeting to dis-
cuss banning your
guns, your right to
protect yourself
and family against
rapists, killers and
would-be criminals
in our parks. Citi-
.zens, you'd better
protest. Call your
Inverness City
Council members.


563-0579


Wakeup call
This is about a
wakeup call on
Monday morning.
At 5:45 a.m. our
phone rang and I
picked it up, jump-
ing out of my bed,
picking up the
phone to hear a
message come on


to tell us a patient from
nursing home) was mis
What does the police d(
apartment expect us to (
have never heard of any
other police department
alerting, especially seni
that a patient is missing
come from up North an
when the phone rings s
early, I jump thinking s(
thing terrible has happE


w

n (a
sir
e-


to a family member. Well,
please ask Sheriff Dawsy
not to give us a wakeup call
anymore. I don't know what
he expects us to do about it,
especially a senior. (A nurs-
ing home) should have se-
curity. Please, Sheriff
Dawsy, no more wakeup
calls.
Times have changed
This is in response to an
article that was in the
Sound Off today, Sunday,
"No time to plan for teach-
ers." I taught school in the
'60s, elementary school,
and we didn't have all these
things in our room the
refrigerator, the microwave
and these things they talk
about. We had a 20-minute
lunch period, no breaks,
and many times we had
lunchroom duty and play-
ground duty in that second
half-hour between 12 and
1. I do hope the teachers
get their planning period
back, but we graded pa-
pers at home, we did our
lesson plans at home and
probably didn't get as
much pay as what they get
today. That's part of being
a teacher; you have to do
a things at home. You have to
ng. study your lessons and so
forth.


do? I
y
it
ors,
g.I
id
o
ome-
ened


Where's dry ice?
Is there any place in Cit-
rus County to buy dry ice?
In case of a hurricane or
any other emergency, we
have no electricity and
everything will melt. But
where can we buy dry ice?


WINDOW
Continued from Page Cl

When it's said that small
business is the backbone of
America's economy, the ra-
tionale is that 75 percent of
American workers are em-
ployed by small business. In
our own county we have just
under 50,000 workers.
Progress Energy is a big busi-
ness with close to 2,000 work-
ers and the county school
system has about the same.
County government and sher-
iff's office, together, have
about 1,000 workers. Large
businesses like Pro-Line
Boats, Publix, Wal-Mart and
the Chronicle have hundreds
of workers.
Clearly, most 'of the em-
ployees in Citrus County
work for businesses that have
fewer than 20 employees.
And during difficult times,
those businesses are the most
vulnerable.


SHADES
Continued from Page C1

Whether it's taking read-
ers on a visual journey of
what it's really like inside
an insane asylum or what
it's like for a dog during its
last day at the pound -
without being adopted -
Paul's images turned heads.
When a person in the
composition department of
the Venice Gondolier com-
plained to Paul about my


We as Americans struggle
with conflicting values when
it comes to business. Almost
every consumer is driven by
the attraction of low prices.
The Wal-Marts and Sam's
Clubs have taken over a huge
chunk of the retail market by
vowing not to be undersold.


China.
It's easy to wave the Amer-
ican flag and curse the large
international corporations,
but we are the consumers
who have made this happen.
We're not going to solve this
global problem by sitting
around at Jones' Restaurant


The city of Inverness did
the same thing when officials
decided to expand the city
sewer plant south of town.
But did you know that
some departments of our own
county and city governments
go out of town to purchase all
of their supplies because


your money locally, it gets cy-
cled around several times.
We've got a lot of good and
competitive businesses right
here in Citrus County. When
you are making a buying de-
cision, I'd urge you to look
local first. When you're going
out to dinner, buying a car,


We've got a lot of good and competitive businesses right here in Citrus County.
When you are making a buying decision, I'd urge you to look local first. When
you're going out to dinner, buying a car, purchasing that new dress or getting
that new dishwasher, look at what's available on the local level.


The drive for low-cost manu-
factured goods has sent most
of America's manufacturing
jobs to.India and China.
The same consumers look-
ing for lowest-price4 mer-
chandise are also the first to
complain that America does-
n't have enough high-paying
jobs for its workers. But it's
the very globalized search for
the lowest-priced goods that
sends the jobs to India and

concept for a section cover
being unrealistically chal-
lenging, Paul convinced her
that she could do the job
and we were all proud of
the outcome.
Paul's gregarious nature
spilled over into his
lifestyle. He loved food.
One day we were driving
to lunch when Paul an-
nounced that he was on a
diet. He explained that his
dad died young- in his 40s,
I think while Paul was
still a teen. Paul noted he
was reaching his mid-30s


complaining, but there are
some things that can be done
on a local level.
For instance, we at the
Chronicle are expanding our
production facility at our
Meadowcrest plant When we
were in the planning process,
we decided to first seek bids
from Citrus County builders.
Those are all local workers
and businesses completing
our building project.

and that thoughts of mortal-
ity were occupying his mind,
so it was time to slim down.
When we got to the
restaurant, he opted for the
salad bar. First came the
lettuce, then the vegetables,
then the bacon bits, then
the croutons, then the
cheese, then some more of
everything. Then he went
back and ordered a cheese-
burger to top it off.
Another time, four of us
went to the dog track in
Tampa. While Paul was bet-
ting on the dogs, we had


they get them a few pennies
cheaper? One public official
recently raised the ire of
local business when he said
that they try to get local busi-
ness to make contributions to
the local effort, but if that
doesn't happen "they just go
to Sam's and buy what they
need."
We have a global economy,
but we also have a local econ-
omy. And when you spend

side bets on how many
hotdogs Paul would eat. It
was a lot.
I learned a lot from Paul
and, in general, there's a lot
to be learned from people
who love life as much as
Paul did.
Paul fell dead on Labor
Day at age 58 in his North
Port home. On a steamy late
Sunday afternoon one week
ago today, a group of old
friends and coworkers gath-
ered at a pavilion on the In-
tracoastal Waterway at
Englewood Beach.


purchasing that new dress or
getting that new dishwasher,
look at what's available on
the local level.
America's economy is
driven by consumer spend-
ing. Some of the negative
things that have happened on
the world stage have beaten
up that confidence to the
point where many people
think twice about spending
decisions. The mortgage

There were several peo-
ple I hadn't seen in a couple
of decades and many more
I'd never met. Some were
still in the newspaper busi-
ness, some were retired and
others had moved on.
As people spoke, a theme
emerged: Paul did things in
a big way and in doing so he
made our individual worlds
bigger. While his award-
winning photographs will
serve as a legacy, it's what
he inspired in his peers, in
those who learned the trade
under his guidance and


mess has sucked much of the
extra dollars out of the bank
accounts of many American
families.
But we will overcome the
current economic slowdown
and we will be stronger once
we're on the other side. In the
meantime, consumers (and
our own darned local govern-
ment agencies) need to re-
member the impact our own
spending decisions make.
When that restaurant or of-
fice supply store goes out of
business, it's more than just
the business owner who is
hurt. The hurt goes deep into
our local economy and ends
up hurting each of us.
Your spending decisions
can help make a difference.
Think when you decide
where to make your pur-
chases.

Gerry Mulligan is the pub-
lisher of the Chronicle. His
e-mail address is gmulligan
@chronicleonline.com.

even his now-newsman son
that reflects the scope of his
footprint.
In bulldog fashion, Paul
lived the nothing-ventured,
nothing-gained life and, in
doing so, he helped others
to discover that beyond the
established boundaries is
where real intrigue lies.

Charlie Brennan is
editor of the Citrus County
Chronicle. He can be
e-mailed at cbrennan
@chronicleonline.com.


FREY
Continued from Page C2

The problem the Democ-
rats have is that her experi-
ence and Obama's are
arguably about the same.
This issue is not beneficial
to the Obama campaign. If
Palin wasn't effective, she
would not be getting all this
attention. If all of a sudden,
the ads that are attacking
her go away and both Obama


and Biden start to ignore
her, you know the polls are
showing that her impact has
lessened.
Remember, negative at-
tacks work If they didn't
work, candidates would not
use them year after year.
Also, follow the money. See
which states are getting the
most dollars. Are the Repub-
licans pouring money into
Ohio and Pennsylvania or
just Ohio? Have the Democ-
rats pulled money from
Florida to put in Ohio? The


Republican campaign can
say that it will win Pennsyl-
vania, but if the money does-
n't follow, it's nonsense.
The bottom line is to forget
the hype and use your com-
mon sense. This is not illegal,
although it appears to be
rare. In a country of nearly
300 million people, there is


much a candidate wants to do
and cannot do. Each day is
precious and must be used
only after a great deal of
thought has gone into that
particular day.
The candidate must be
ready to take advantage of a
stumble made by the oppo-
nent in a debate or cam-


paigning.
Remember, the problem
Gerald Ford had regarding
Poland, or George H. W Bush
looking at his watch during
the presidential debate, or
Kerry's speech when he said
he voted for the war before
he voted against it. The data
the campaigns have is mas-
sive. How they use it will
probably dictate who wins
another close presidential
race.
In summary, follow the
money; follow the candi-


dates. Remember: A day in
politics is a lifetime.
Next week we will discuss
a major, somewhat lethal dis-
ease that has impacted both
parties over the years.

Lou Frey Jr is a political
analyst, commentator and
newspaper columnist and
former Florida
representative
in Congress. Send
e-mail to lou.frey
@lowndes-lawcom.


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In summary, follow the money;
follow the candidates. Remember:
A day in politics is a lifetime.


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CITRUS CoUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


Water wars: A story of people, politics an(


BY STEVE SEIBERT
Special to the Chronicle
Florida is going to grow.
That is a fact. Water
demands are going to
increase. That is a fact
If we want to protect our
quality of life and the envi-
ronment that sustains it, we
need to have a way to talk
about water that is informed,
engaged and civil. More than
that, we need to decide what
we're going to do about water.
The Water Congress
On Sept 25 and 26, The Cen-
tury Commission for a Sus-
tainable Florida is convening
the most diverse group of
water interests that has ever
been brought together. The
usual suspects will be at the


event in Orlando the
Florida Chamber and the
Audubon Society, the Ameri-
can Water Works Association
and the RiverKeepers. In fact,
there are about 120 delegates
representing many organiza-
tions, representing many in-
terests, and all focused on
reaching some kind of consen-
sus about doing something. If
that sounds vague, it's not
Our goal with this two-day
summit is to emerge, not with
more discussion, but with a
series of action steps that will
move us forward in the near
term and into the future.
This unusual process be-
gins with an open call for
comments. We're asking the
delegates to post recommen-
dations on our Web site, but
we want more. We want peo-


ple who love water, people
who drink water, people who
care about water to give us
their thoughts, too. You can
claim credit for your submis-
sion or not, but we still want
to hear from you.
We need to hear from you.
Before the delegates show
up, we're going to ask them to
review all of the suggestions.
These suggestions for water
management, conservation,
desalination and reuse, and
all of the rest will provide the
baseline for our discussions.
We think we have a recipe
for success: take as many in-
terested parties as possible,
add ideas about water man-
agement from every corner of
Florida, and bake for two
days at a moderate tempera-
ture. The result: a list of rank-


ordered, consensus-driven,
short- and long-term things
that we must do to manage
water in Florida.
Chronic crisis
Florida lives in chronic
water crisis. If it's not the en-
tire state, it's parts of it. It
rains too much or it doesn't
rain enough. Either way, we
have to manage the system so
that people, business, agricul-
ture and the environment can
get what is needed. Of course,
what we need and what we
want aren't always the same
thing; and that is to be part of
this discussion as well.
To be successful, we have
to have a new way to talk
about water. It has to be in-
formed; it has to engage all
segments of water interests;


and it has to be civil.
Our potential for success
resides in our shared interest
to manage water. Our differ-
ences reside in our competi-
tion for allocation. By
focusing on water manage-
ment, by sharing ideas and
reaching consensus among a
wildly diverse group, we be-
lieve that we have created a
different conversation.
A sustainable
conversation.
At this time, we have no
plans to repeat this event
We're hopeful that we will gen-
erate solid proposals that can
be presented to the Century
Commission and ultimately, to
the governor and Florida Leg-
islature. It will be enough to
work through these things.


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Once a week the Chronicle
has pages full of support
groups for different types of
diseases, but yet I never see
anything listed for fi-
bromyalgia. I thought for
sure there would be some-
thing in Citrus County for
people who have this dis-
ease, being it has become
such a common disease in
the past 10 years. Will we
ever be getting a support
group in or near Citrus
County for this disease?

It's enough
Enough already. This is
with regard to the memorial
stands that are out on Croft
for the young man and
young lady who were killed
on the motorcycle. I totally
believe that we should re-
spect and show respect for
those who have passed on,
but we honor heroes in less
ways than what's going on
o down there on Croft Road.
Those memorials that have
been put up the balloons,
the flowers and everything
else I think it's time for
I them to be taken down.
They've been up there way
too long ... I respect the fact
that people want to acknowl-
edge them, but it's enough
already.

War chant
I saw a great article about
the Gators football team in
Sunday, which was yester-
day's paper. Another mar-
velous one about the Gators
S. in the paper today. Had I not
had a TV set, I still would
not know the score of the
Florida State game. Now,
admittedly, Florida State
- has not been a great football
- - team the last few years, and
S the Gators have truly been
great and they really are.
Not criticizing covering the
__ Gators, but don't you think
- that some of the folks in
your readership are Florida
-* State fans as well? At least
you could show the score
somewhere ... I understand
that you weren't able to
show it Sunday morning be-
cause the game ran late be-
cause of a lightning storm.
Wouldn't have known that ei-
ther except for watching TV.
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not Gators, folks.


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The sheriff's reverse 911
system is an excellent serv-
S ice when used properly. On
Monday, Sept. 8, I received .
a phone call at 6 o'clock in
Sthe morning informing us
that a resident from a nurs-
S- ing care (facility) has been
missing. I live about eight or
_- nine miles from that (facil-
_, ity). It's ridiculous at 6
S._ o'clock in the morning. Sev-
eral months ago, there were
several police cars in the
Neighborhood in Citrus Hills,
S along with the K9 dogs, and
the police had their shot-
guns out. I asked them what
was going on. They just
. said, "Did you see any-
body?" Found out later on, it
_. was a man they were look-
. ing for who beat up his preg-
nant girlfriend. Not one call
from 911 reverse system on
that one. The shift supervi-
sor screwed up.

Who do we owe?
Watching or listening to
TV lately ... I always find out
they mention we're over $50
S" trillion in debt. Who do we
" owe that money to? And if
"* we do owe money, why do
we give so much money
S away, like millions to Iraq,
Israel, all countries, any
country? I'd like to know ...


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But if it works, if we are
successful, we will have done
something beyond the con-
crete ideas that move us for-
ward. We will have created
the framework for a future
sustainable discussion about
water management
As Florida grows and as
water demands increase, we
are going to need it
That's a fact


Steve Seibert is the senior
vice president and director
of policy for the Collins
Center for Public Policy. To
make a recommendation or
learn more about the Water
Congress, please visit www
CenturyCommission.org
and click on the
Water Congress icon.


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Hot Corner: GAS


Just my 10 cents
The gas at (one station)...is
$3.54. Gas at (another sta-
tion) is $3.64 10 cents a
gallon more. Where do you
think the deputies' cars are
filling up at? I guess when it's
not your money, it really
don't matter.
Losing sales
Last weekend I had to go
out of Citrus County twice,
which gave me the opportu-
nity to gas up both of my
cars in Hernando County at
13 cents a gallon less than
Citrus County. So not only
did Citrus County lose out on
the taxes and the sales of the,
gasoline, they also lost out
on the sales tax of the goods
that I bought at the conven-
ience store while I was


gassing up. Come on, com-
missioners, get the gas com-
parable or less than the
neighbors and they'll be
coming to us and spending
their money in our county in-
stead of us spending our
money in their county.
Mad as hell
I'm looking for a consumer
advocate group. As crude oil
rose on a daily basis, the
price of gas at the pump fol-
lowed percentage point per
percentage point at the
pump within 48 hours., Now
crude oil has dropped 30
percent and the price of gas
has.only dropped 9 percent.
That's why I'm looking.for a
consumer advocate group
willing to take on Big Oil. If
there is one out there, I'd like
to know so that I can sign up.


=Hot Corner: HEARING TESTS=


Student Ambassado:
I had the distinct and honorable(
: portunity to represent my country
summer as a Student Ambassadol
the People to People Association.
There were approximately 32 sixt
and seventh-graders from Florida
SMichigan and New Jersey that tra
to Italy and Greece for three weel
There was an application and ii
,' view process to even be consider
this trip. This was not only a vacal
' but a learning experience as well.
3 only did I have to do several Inter
studies on each country prior to hi
m ing in July, I also completed a pro,
A and speech on Italy and participa
in a community service project at
orphanage in Tampa. We also par
Spated in community service proje
F both countries as well.
I I have the ability now to apply f
S college credits, having done this r
gram. It was an awesome experie:
^ one that I will not forget However
didn't make this trip a reality all t
Self, so I have several people to th
for helping me along in the procel
I wish to thank Ms. Aldridge anc
Marcia Brown from Forest Ridge
Dr. Stephen Miller for their glowi:
references of recommendation. T
you for your time and kind words!
I need to thank the following peol
businesses that sponsored me finE
cially: BayCare HomeCare, Darle
and Allen O'Berry, J. Michael Blai
stone, PA., Cypress Cycle Services
i Naples, Gulf Coast Aquatic and R
Schlabach Security and Sound, N
{ Post VFW, West Coast Insurers, V]
Post 7122, Manatee Lanes, Crider
Clardy, Attorneys at Law, Citrus A
p can and Italian Club, Chris and A
i Brechtel, Billy and Monica Pipes,
Hipner, Citrus Springs Civic Asso.
tion, and Mr. and Mrs. Jay and Kil
Reichbach and Ryan.
Without your help, I would not ]
been able to experience this once
s lifetime opportunity. I was proud
Share with others from Italy and
SGreece what a great t place I am fr
Sand how fortunate I feel to have s
support from a tremendous comn
3 nity. So, thank you all so much agi
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Caring community
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Somewhere in our county and throi
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that affects our senior population.


LETTERS


to the Editor


OPINIONS INVITED
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editorials are the opinions of the edi-
torial board of the newspaper.
Viewpoints depicted in political car-
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editorial board.
Groups or individuals are invited to
express their opinions in a letter to
the editor.
Persons wishing to address the edi-.
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should call Mike Arnold at (352)
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SEND LETTERS TO: The Editor,
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River, FL 34429. Or, fax to (352)
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@chronicleonline.com.

My husband, Herb, has Alzheimer's.
We try to live our life with as much nor-
malcy as this disease allows. On Sept 2,
our day started out as it has for the past
year Herb loves to play tennis and shoot
pool and does so each week He left that
morning to attend the activities he en-
joys, only to not return home. My neigh-
bor, Sue Edwards, drove to the tennis
courts to see if our car was parked
there, to find that it was not Delores
Rosales went to the pool hall to see if
Herb ever showed up there and discov-
ered that he never did. At this point in
time I called 911 to report him missing.
I would like to thank the personnel
of the Citrus County Sheriff's Office,
from the dispatcher who took my call,
first responding Officer Martin, who
came to my home, and all the other
deputies involved until Herb was
found. They did a great job in search-
ing for my husband. I would also like to
thank the Tallahassee law enforce-
ment officers who found Herb so far
away from home, and James Smith, the
coordinator for the Alzheimer's Proj-
ect in Tallahassee, who stayed with my
husband until we were able to come
and pick him up.
Many thanks go out as well to my
daughter, SheilaChapman, and my
granddaughter,Elizabeth Christopher,
who were here for me through this en-


tire ordeal. I'd also like to thank the staff
at Winn-Dixie in Beverly Hills for hand-
ing out flyers to their customers in an ef-
fort to locate Herb, and to all my family,
friends and strangers who searched the
entire day for my husband.
Although this was a devastating ex-
perience in my life, I am thankful that
it ended on a positive note because of
the support and assistance our com-
munity provided. It is my hope that one
day a cure will be found for this dis-
ease, so that others will be spared from
its consequences.
Gloria Bubser
Beverly Hills

Election considerations
In 1948,1 I was a stewardess for Delta
Airlines. The presidential election was
on the horizon. As it drew closer, there
were more and more discussions and
articles about Truman vs. Dewey.
I was asked by my captain to bring a
cup of coffee to the cockpit. When I
did, he asked me, "Marion, would you
like to make a bet on the election?" I
gave it a brief thought and replied,
"Sure, but I can't bet more than $5."
"OK, who are you betting on?" I told
him I would bet on Truman. He looked
shocked! The bet was made.
I had a notebook in my purse and
wrote in his name and the amount on
the bet. As my flights continued, I was
asked to make more and more bets
from other captains. Some of them of-
fered $10. I finally ceased betting when
I reached $75. My salary was less than
$300.a month!
When the election was over, a co-pilot
came aft and asked me, "Marion, how
come you made all those bets on Tru-
man when everybody and every newspa-
per said that Dewey was going to win?"
And this is what I told him...
"The DC-3 has a very quiet interior
and you can hear passengers' conver-
sations. And this is what I heard ..."Of
course, Dewey will win, but on the
other hand"... "Come to think of it ...
Look at it this way ... However ... My
thoughts are ...My opinions are ..'.'
These opinions and thoughts all
walked away from Dewey and towards
Truman! I said to myself, "If I am hear-
ing this on my plane, think of what pas-
sengers are saying on all the flights
across the U.S.!"
It took me forever to collect my bets.
Some captains smiled and laughed and
some others frowned.
Marion L. Knudsen
Homosassa Springs


Get checked
In response to a Sound Off
on Monday, Sept. 8, about a
hearing check: An appoint-
ment can be made with an
ear, nose and throat special-
ist. Make an appointment
and request a hearing test.
Go to the doc
This is in response to the
person looking to get hearing
aid checks by someone who
is not in the businesses of
selling hearing aids. Just go
to an ear, nose and throat


doctor. They do hearing aid
tests there, hearing tests.
Audiologist exam
This is to the person who
wanted to know where he can
get his hearing checked by
someone other than a hear-
ing aid specialist. All you ,
have to go do is go to an ear,
nose and throat doctor and
get an audiologist to examine
your ears. No big deal. Just
call an ear, nose and throat
doctor and ask them if they
have an audiologist on staff.


Time for my bailout
Well, I think I know how I'll
get back on my feet; I'm
going to ask for a government
bailout. Let me see, the three
big auto industries want a
bailout. What have they been
doing with their profits all
these years? Oh, that's right.
What have they been paying
$20 million, $30 million, $40
million, $50 million a year in
bonuses to a couple of big
shots? Yeah, I see how it
works. Take the profits and
give them to the rich people
and then ask the little people
to bail you out when you need
help, at my expense. When I
go buy a new car, is the big
automaker going to give me a
big discount for bailing them
out? Probably not.
Need the fire
It was disappointing to see
that Dr. Dixon's articles will
not appear weekly. Like Read-
ers' Digest's promise of "an
article a day of lasting inter-
est," the Chronicle printed an
article a week (by Dr. Dixon)
that either educated, pro-
voked, invited debate or was
just plain interesting. The
subject matter, at least, did
not rely on family trivia or
travelogue. Perhaps the rea-
son his articles will not ap-
pear weekly is because he is
burned out, and not because
some readers disagree with
his opinions. We need his fire!
Pine Ridge panther
I live in Pine Ridge and I've
seen the panther twice. I know
other people that have seen
the panther. I've seen the pan-
ther prints. Just because you
don't always see it, doesn't
mean it's not there when all
the signs point to it. You know,
they're here better live with
it. Bring your little dogs and


cats in because they could ei-
ther be coyote or panther or
bobcat bait. We're in Pine
Ridge and they're here.
Increased fee
Regarding the Inverness Air-
port: The caller is wrong.
Owens Air has increased the
parking fee at the airport by 25
percent. After paying over
$100,000 to fix up the tie-
downs, now the residents have
to pay an additional 25 percent
to keep their airplane there.
Fantastic service
This is to answer in today's
paper, "Independent opinion,"
about hearing aids. Yes, there
is a very good place in Citrus
County I've used it myself.
It's a father and son and
they're right across from the
steak place I can't think of
the name of it. You just call
up and make an appoint-
ment. You can ask for Jason.
Their service is fantastic.
Thanks a lot
I just wanted to thank the
Citrus County Sheriff's (Of-
fice) for calling on the reverse
911 at 5:40 this morning to
tell us that a 75-year-old man
had walked away from (a
nursing home) ... I just want
to thank them so much for
waking us up and telling us
that. I guess that just
couldn't have waited until 8
or 9 o'clock. And I've never
heard anything about it since.
First, Ferraro
Can someone please tell
me why Sarah Palin is con-
sidered an historic first?
Does no one remember
Geraldine Ferraro, who was
nominated as Walter Mon-
dale's running mate for vice
president in 1984? I do be-
lieve that she was the first
woman so nominated.


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Not so bright
More government waste:
Here at Crystal River Bicenten-
nial Park at 8 o'clock, all the
ball fields are lit up, but there's
not a single ball game going
on and nobody's doing any-
thing at the ball field. Wake up,
Citrus County. Save our money
Patrol for peeling
Nothing's being done. I'm
over here behind the Citrus
County airport looking at all
the peeling-out marks on the
road again. Boys had a good
time Saturday night. You woulc
think that the kids would have
something else to do, with the
price of gas and tires. You
know, it would be nice if a cop
could just come over here and
run a couple patrols through
here and put a stop to this.
Patrolling panther
I live on the west side of Cit.
rus Springs and a panther
was sighted on my street. So
don't be in a hurry to discredit
someone stating that they saw
one in Pine Ridge. You may
not be as smart as you think.
Wake up, Citrus
Several of the people run-
ning for county commis-
sioner are running with the
proposition that they will
lower the impact tax for the
developers. They may lower it
for the developers, but us cit-
izens will have to pay for the
infrastructure that they're not
paying for. If we don't know
what they are running on,
what facts and what they are
intending to do, they should-
n't be voted in. A lot of them
are hiding this from the peo-
ple and it's time we wake up.
Wake up, Citrus County.
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adjustment prices: What's
going on down there? We
t should have the same thing
here. We have atomic energy.
We're supposed to have it,
t anyhow. They said when we
got it, we would have cheap
electric. That's a laugh.
Eat cold stuff
I'm reading the Sunday
paper, Sept. 7, the Sound Off,
"No time to plan." The teach-
ers worry about using the mi-
crowave with so many people
at one time for lunch. You
would think that a teacher


who was supposedly edu-
cated would think about tak-
ing a cold sandwich
or a salad to lunch (
instead of worrying
about something hot.
Have a good day.
Illogical
To the person that
wrote in that sug-
gested that we have
a separate election CA1
to have the citizens 563
of this country vote
in a vice president,
as well as a president...
There is no logic or common


sense to it. You'd be throwing
two people together that may
not get along, that
JIND may not care for
JND each other's policies
and procedures. Yet
you want them to
stay together for four
years and work and
try to keep this
country unified. The
whole logic to the
Sa president and vice
) 579 president is to get
two people who are
compatible, can
work together, share the
same views and serve the


public as a team; not two
people that are fighting each
other off and-on to get the
job done.
Be careful
This is to the lady who
made a comment about a
woman almost hitting a hand-
icapped person in the Wal.
greens parking lot: I agree
with her that I think most of
the drivers in this county are
brain dead .... If they would.
take the time to pay attention
that pedestrians also have a
right, and also to turn on
headlights in the rain, we


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might have fewer accidents
-and problems...I wish they'd
wake up and do something
before they kill somebody and
wind up in jail themselves.
Intelligence counts
I'm calling in about a
Sound Off in Sunday's paper,
Sept. 7, "Wants a soldier."
This person calling in, I guess
he's a veteran, which I am a
veteran also of the Korean
Conflict. It makes no differ-
ence to me if somebody has
to be a person that was in the
military. That makes no sense
at all ... That means nothing
as far as being president or
vice president of the United
States. What counts is what
they know, that they're intelli-
gent, what they've done in the
Senate. What difference does
it make' if you're a veteran or
not? I am a veteran.
Dealing with the pain
This is in response to the
woman whore complained
about the toothache, that she
had to go all the way to
Shands in Gainesville. If she
would just call a local dentist
and explain the situation to
them, $hat she has no money
and she's in terrible pain, I'm
sure the dentist would be
more than willing to service
her. Plus, the First Baptist
Church of Inverness has a
mobile dental clinic once a
year during the summer
staffed by local Inverness den-
tists. Have her look into that.
Gladly go
I have to go about eight
miles to see my dentist and I
pay him out of my pocket.
He does not come to my
door to do my dental work. I
would be glad to go to
Gainesville to get free dental
work done. What else would
you like breakfast in bed?


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Hand surgeon moves Dr. Joseph has worked
to Citrus County many professional athlete
was the U.S. Ski Team do
Ron Joseph, M.D., a 1964 The athletes are from mar
Winter Olympic bronze medalist, teams across the country
has moved from Phoenix, start- as boxers with hand injuri
ing as a specialist in orthopaedic, basketball and baseball p
hand, shoulder and upper ex- with shoulder pain, a bow
tremity with Citrus Orthopaedlc wrist problems, an Olymp
and Joint Institute. Dr. Joseph champion decathlete with
had a 30-year practice in Arizona elbow, and all returned to
and Colorado specializing in profession.
hand, shoulder, elbow and upper "When I visited the area
extremity surgery. amazed with the quality o
Dr. Joseph, who won his and doing things I have ni
bronze medal in pairs figure done before. I fished for tl
skating, graduated from North- time, rode an airboat, swa
western University Medical manatees, ran trails throu
School and trained at the Mayo whispering pines, scallopE
Clinic for Hand Surgery. Dr. kayaked and watched an
Joseph was the first surgeon in tor swim by," Dr. Joseph s
the Southwest to perform micro- Dr. Joseph and wife, Kr
scopic replantation of severed have five children ranging
hands and arms. He also is an from 30 to 3 years old. Th


expert in rheumatoid and degen-
erative arthritis.


DEAR BRUCE: My hus-
band is a Vietnam veteran
who, more than 40 years after
the war, finally signed up for
veteran's benefits. It has been
determined that he has serv-
ice-related health issues, for
which he is already receiving
100 percent Social Security
disability benefits. He has
been waiting more than three
years for the Veteran's Ad-
ministration to approve his
claim so that he can obtain
100 percent medical and den-
tal benefits, as well as a
monthly income. When this
claim is finalized, they will
have to pay him retroactively
from the time he first filed,
which will be a substantial
amount of money.
My husband receives a
small retirement income and
a small annuity, which is due
to expire next April. We have
no other income, nor do we
have life insurance. He can't
get life insurance because
he's a diabetic and has al-
ready had one heart attack If
something happens to him,
I'd like to remain in this
house, if possible. We live in
a state in which veterans who
receive 100 percent compen-
sation are exempt from pay-
ing property taxes. In this
case, would it be wise to go
ahead and pay off our house?
-D.L, via e-mail
DEAR D.L: Normally, I am
not enthusiastic about paying
w off a home early for a variety
of reasons; however, you are
the exception. You need to
determine whether the tax
exemption will pass to you
should your husband die be-
fore or after the compensa-
tion is awarded. It must be
frustrating waiting three
years for the VA to approve
his claim.
Given the circumstances, I
suggest that you contact your
congressperson. Around
election time, politicians are
looking for ways to make
their constituents feel warm
and fuzzy about them. He or
she can probably help expe-
dite this claim and put it in
place. Whether it will pass to
you is a matter of state law.
Every day you go untaxed is
more dollars in your pocket
Please thank your husband
for his service.
DEAR BRUCE: Owing to a
divorce, I am the winner of
two properties with two mort-
gages. I can't afford to make
repairs to rent out the second
home. It has been on the mar-
ket for two years, and I am
going into debt I can't afford
two mortgages, along with
with, taking care of five kids. I'd
s and like to give the property back
>ctor. to the mortgage company
ny with a deed in lieu of foreclo-
such sure. What tax and credit
es, consequences would there
layers be? KT, via e-mail
ler with DEAR K.T: Wow, what a
ic wonderful win a property
tennis so badly in need of repair
their that it can't be rented. You
ask about the credit conse-
a, I was quences, etc., with a deed in
f life lieu of foreclosure. It cer-
ever tainly is going to severely
he first ding your credit No one will
m with know whether the mortgage
mgh company will grant this until
3d, you approach them. You
aed, might explain to someone at
alliga- the mortgage carrier that the
aid. property is in bad condition
rista, and that you will go into fore-
in age closure should they not enter
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DIGEST
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est served in the Marines and he
has a son serving in Iraq as a
Navy Seal.
Dr. Joseph will be starting
practice Monday at Citrus Ortho-
pedic Bone and Joint.
Downtown Inverness
gift shop closes
Vanishing Breeds, formerly of
downtown Inverness, has closed
its doors. The good news is that
Roger and Pat Osborne pur-
chased their inventory. They are
opening the store again under
the name of "All About Nature."
The new business will be located
at 659 N. Citrus Ave. in the
Shoppes of Heritage Village,
Crystal River, with a phone con-
tact number of 563-1425.
With more than 40 years of re-
tail experience, the Osbomes
would like to invite previous Van-
ishing Breeds customers to con-
tact the new store for gift items
and collectibles. Something new
that has been added is the metal
art of local marine life artist Tony
Van Dyke and the handmade
soaps and candles created lo-
cally. A Christian T-Shirt and ac-


cessories line has been included
with the many animal themed T-
shirts. This unique nature
themed Gift Shop will be coordi-
nated by Ms. Dot Koehler, whom
many people have known over
the years as the owner of Cob-
blestone Alley Antiques that was
also located in Heritage Village.
The new store officially opened
Sept. 13.
Ennis attends
convention
Tonja Ennis, office manager of
Better Health Chiropractic for Dr.
Cheryl McFarland-Bryant, re-
cently attended the 2008 FCA
convention in Orlando. The first
class she attended updated the
new Medicare rules for the up-
coming year and the new de-
ductible amounts for 2009. Doc-
umentation and CPT coding
classes were informative as
were the Personal Injury Protec-
tion Insurance classes. Tonja
Ennis is now a Registered Chiro-
practic Assistant with the State of
Florida.
Chiropractor attends
convention
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from an in-depth review of how
to legally document evidence
based care.
These courses taught the doc-
tors to review the research of
controlled trials, establish a ra-
tionale for the insurance payors,
including documentation of med-
ical necessity.
In depth study of the Univ. of
California at Irvine: BJD Neck
Pain Task Force's study from
over 50 researchers from 9
countries and 19 different disci-
plines/types of clinicians for the
best course of treatment of de-
bilitating neck pain and courses
studied the latest published re-
search review in The Spine
Journal which compared neck
pain treatments. The study
found that for most patients with
disabling neck pain, chiropractic
in combination with physical
therapy or acupuncture to be
more effective than medication
or surgery per The Task Force
on neck pain and its associated
disorders.
The study of randomized clini-
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Williams receives
the Partner's Award
Edward Jones Financial Ad-
viser Kara Purcell Williams of
Homosassa recently received
the Partner's Award for her out-
standing sales and service ef-
forts over the past year.
'When you work for a firm that
is known for its outstanding serv-
ice," Williams said, "it's quite an
honor to be singled out for your
service record."
James D. Weddle, Edward
Jones' managing partner, added,
"Kara is an outstanding member
of the Edward Jones team who
personifies the ideal financial ad-
visor, someone who is 100 per-
cent dedicated to serving the
financial needs of her clients. I
am very pleased to present this
well-deserved award."
Williams was one of only
1,072 financial advisers out of
the firm's more than 10,000 to
receive the Partner's Award.
Edward Jones provides finan-
cial services for individual in-
vestors in the United States and,
through its affiliates, in Canada
and the United Kingdom. Every
aspect of the firm's business,
from the types of investment op-
tions offered to the location of
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arrangement
Here's an idea that might
work: Start an interest-accru-
ing mortgage, with no pay-
ments to be made. You, in
turn, would be obliged to find
a renter, at no fee, who would
move into the home and have
a two- or three-year period of
rent-free occupancy where lie
will make the necessary re-
pairs; the work will be moni-
tored to see whether he is
holding up his end of the bar-
gain. The bank wins with this
arrangement, as there is no
immediate foreclosure. The
renter is using sweat equity,
and you don't have a mortgage
payment This may be a bit
novel, but it could work Let
me know.
DEAR BRUCE: My hus-
band and I are both retired
and in our 70s. He has Parkin-
son's disease and has been
handling all the bills for the
past 46 years. He hadn't told
me about our debt, and. now
we're in trouble. How do I get
him to stop ordering vitamins
and other health foods by
credit card? If I take the cards
away, he will just use a bill to
order. How can I protect my-
self and get rid of these bills?
-J.K, via e-mail
DEARJ.K.: You are facing a
tough situation. You haven't
indicated whether you had
children during your mar-
riage; if so, perhaps they
could influence your hus-
band. You most surely can no-
tify each of the credit-card
companies if your name is
on those credit cards and
say that you are up to your
eyeballs in debt and wish to
have the cards canceled. They
will not cancel the card until
the obligation is retired, how-
ever.
As to the credit-card debt,
you haven't given me the de-
tails so I can offer little advice.
Hopefully, there are children
or clergymen or others who
can be helpful: The fact that


cater to individual investors in the
communities in which they live
and work.
The firm's 10,000-plus finan-
cial advisors work directly with
more than 7 million clients to un-
derstand their personal goals -
from college savings to retire-
ment and create long-term in-
vestment solutions that
emphasize a well-balanced port-
folio and a buy-and-hold strat-
egy.
Edward Jones is headquar-
tered in St. Louis. The Edward
Jones interactive Web site is lo-
cated at www.edwardjones.com,
and its recruiting Web site is
www.careers.edwardjones.com.
Member SIPC.
Suncoast Bicycle
staff attends meeting
Charlie Wade, Howard Tyson
and Betty Kolar of Suncoast Bi-
cycles Plus recently attended the
Trek Dealers annual meeting
held in Madison, Wis. Suncoast
Bicycle is a platinum dealer for
Trek, the highest level of sales at
the company level. Seminars
were held on Women Specific
Design bicycles and clothing
(WSD), and 2009 bicycles and
accessories.
Suncoast Bicycles Plus is the
2008 recipient of the Small Busi-

he has been paying the bills
unilaterally over the years is
perhaps a testimony to your
age group. It is obviously a
bad practice, as your experi-
ence has shown.
DEAR BRUCE: My mother
has two bank stocks one in
my brother's name and her
name, and one in her name
and my name. If she has to go
into a nursing home, can they
use these assets for payment,
as well as the CDs and a mu-
tual-fund account? How can
we keep the nursing home
from taking this money? The
cost for private care is expen-
sive, and I would have to quit
my job to take care of her. My
brother has mouth and throat
cancer and has just finished
radiation; he will have chemo
for the rest of his life. He also
has an autistic 18-year-old
child. We both can use the
money. -J.H., via e-mail
DEAR J.H.: Many people
are facing the same problems
as you. I don't know the solu-
tion. If your mother needs
nursing-home care, and she'
has assets, these assets will be
required. Depending on how
the stock has been titled, at
least half is still in your mom's
name. If she gifted you the
money some time ago, the
other half would be protected.
If she surrenders all of her as-
sets to you and your brother
now, there will be a look-back
period of 36 months. If she
needs governmental help be-
fore that time expires, it
would be considered a gift
meant to avoid paying her ex-
penses -- and the transaction
would be voided. If your
mother's assets are substan-
tial, see an attorney who spe-
cializes in elder care. He can
make arrangements to try and
protect your mother's savings.
DEAR BRUCE: My daugh-
ter doesn't talk to me, and she
emotionally destroyed my
grandson, so I want to exclude
her from my will. What is the
best way to do this, a trust, a
will or what? A.G., East
Northport, N.Y.
DEAR A.G.: No law re-
quires you to leave money to


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ness of the Year award hosted
by the Economic Development
Council of Citrus County. Hours
are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
on Saturday.
Business network
moves to new Iocation
The Citrus Business Network
has relocated to Tuscany On
The Meadow, in The Citrus Hills
Lodge, 350 E. Norvell Bryant
Highway, Hemando.
This location allows the mem-
bership to expand without limita-
tion.
Ann Marie Anzalone, Tuscany
On The Meadows, is welcomed
as a new member of the Citrus
Business Network.
The Citrus Business Network
meets every Friday morning for
breakfast starting at 7 a.m., and
the meeting is from 7:30 to 8:30
a.m.
Members benefit by exchang-
ing information and referrals with
other business owners.
Attendees should bring busi-
ness cards, brochures, coupons,
etc., to exchange with other busi-
ness owners.
For more information call Liz
Koehlinger, membership director,
527-9790 or Bill Worden, presi-
dent, 746-5778.

your children. This certainly
includes your daughter. Have
a competent attorney draft
your will specifically exclud-
ing her and mention her in
the will as being excluded -
so there can be no contention
on her part. It's unfortunate to
have these family problems,
but they do arise. It's best to
meet this situation head-on
with a properly executed will.
DEAR BRUCE: My son and
his wife recently separated,
mostly due to financial prob-
lems. The house is in his
name alone. They have sepa-
rate checking accounts, and
they don't have any joint
credit cards. Between school
loans and credit cards, my son
thinks his wife is $100,000 in
debt If they divorce, he's
afraid this will ruin his credit
because the debt was in-
curred while they were mar-
ried. Is he responsible for her
credit-card debts? -KN., via
e-mail
DEAR KN.: In general, ob-
ligations incurred during a
marriage are a joint responsi-
bility, much like financial in-
terests and assets acquired
during a marriage. But none
of this is written in stone. If
the school loans were ac-
quired before the marriage,
the likelihood is that he would
have no responsibility. How-
ever, credit cards are another
matter. Since the home is in
his name alone, was it ac-
quired before the marriage?
All of these things have to be
sorted out Even with prenup-
tial arrangements, it can be-
come extremely complicated.
Obviously, counsel will repre-
sent your son and his wife.
The sooner they start to sort
this out, the better for all par-
ties concerned.


Send your questions to:
Smart Money, PO. Box 2095,
Elfers, FL 34680. E-mail to:
bruce@brucewilliams.com.
Questions ofgeneral interest
will be answered in future
columns. Owing to the
volume of mail, personal
replies cannot be provided.


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Drive helps students

start year right


The first annual Backpack
Drive was more successful
than we could have imag-
ined. We were able to pro-
vide over 220 children with
the opportunity to start the
school year as confident stu-
dents.
For the past few months,
Citrus County Builders As-
sociation has become back-
pack fanatics and, finally
wrapped up this campaign.
We also donated more than
ten boxes full of supplies to
the Citrus County School
Student Services Center.
Thank you for all your dona-
tions to the following indi-
viduals and companies.
Barbara Vargo of Sun-
Trust Mortgage
Caryl Luria
Eric and Julia Swart &
Girls of Citrus Pest Manage-
ment Inc.
Credit Data Reports
John Hanna of Dirt
Boys Inc.
W Eveready Fire and Se-
curity Equip Inc,
Francis and Leola
Glenn Weir
Roger and Hazel Carl-
son of Franklin Realty Con-
sultants of CC


Geoff and Sheila
Greene
John and Dusty Porter
of Porter's Locksmith
Lassiter-Ware Ins. of CC
Miriam Adlum
Air Care Cooling and
Heating
Nature Coast Commu-
nications
n Nature Coast Environ-
mental Technologies
Rheinfels Custom Em-
broidery(ASSOC)
Schlabach Security and
Sound Inc.
Lloyd Myer of Sherwin
Williams Inverness
Mike and Heather
Moberley of Tropical Win-
dow Inc.
Ken Hieman of B & W
Rexall Drug
BB&T Bank
Boulerice Roofing and
Supply Inc.
First American Title
Winkel Construction
George Rusaw
Sweetwater Homes
St. Petersburg Time
Sincerely,
Air Care Cooling
and Heating
Melissa Sutherland-
Chairperson


Commission candidates attend meeting


The August General Membership Meeting also drew the atten-
tion of local commissioner candidates as The CCBA elected
new officers and directors for the coming year. Ken Heinmans
and Dennis Damato pose for the above photo.


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Wynn Webb, Dennis Damato and Joe meek chat.


Builders Care renovates homes for the elderly, low income and dis.
abled residents of Citrus County. In order to help those in dire need.
Builders Care would like you to join the TEAM All you have to do is fill
out the form below and mail rt to: Builders Care at 1196 S. Lecanto
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Annual


golf event


tees off

Registration only $200
The annual Jim Blackshear Golf Outing is
open to the public!
Get ready, get set and go golfing. The flags
will be on the greens and,
Call Karen hopefully, your clubs in
Balzanti at the trunk
746-0928 to What are your goals for
register. this golfing outing? Do you
want to play a new course?
Pump up your style? Or, perhaps this is the
year you get your scores to drop, your handi-
cap to fall, and your drives to straighten up and
fly right
To help you with all that, the annual Jim
Blackshear Memorial Golf Outing is on where
you can go. Saturday, Oct 11. Registration is at
7 a.m. shotgun start is at 8:30 a.m. at El Diablo
Golf and Country Club.
So go ahead and put some spring in your
step and some variety into your game. Join us
for lots of fun, putting around with the CCBA
this year.
The CCBAs special rate for teams is $200.
Call Karen Balzanti at (352)746-9028 to regis-
ter or for more information.


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named VIP
George Bendsten has been this time, George was intro-
named the CCBA's VI.P for the duced to the Money Merge Ac-
month of Septem- count by United
ber Call George First Financial.
Bendsten has Bendsten at The Money
lived in Citrus (352)422-0714. Merge Account by
County since De- E-mail hm at United First Finan-
cember of 1991. admin@ cial was developed
He grew up in seniorvisor.net. to enable people to
Connecticut, and eliminate debt and
during his twenty- build wealth. This
five years as a real estate bro- service enables people to pay
ker he specialized in Florida off credit card debt, car loans
properties. In 1980, he was and other debt in conjunction
asked to be Broker of Record with a thirty year mortgage in
for Beverly Hills Homes for as little 7 to 11 years, saving
Connecticut When he visited sometimes as much as hun-
the development, he immedi- dreds of thousands of dollars
ately fell in love with Citrus in interest Best of all, this is
County. After four years with accomplished without refi-
Beverly Hills Homes, he rep- nancing their current mort-
resented Meadowcrest, Citrus gage, without any money out of
Hills and The Moorings in In- pocket and with little to no
verness. change in lifestyle.
Due to a downturn in the Recently the company was
market in the late 1980s, he de- awarded the Ernst and Young
cided to move to Beverly Hills Entrepreneur of the Year
with his wife, Elin. A new ca- Award for Financial Services
reer beckoned and he became in the Utah Region putting
a life and health agent them in the running for the
The senior market became National Award in November
his focus and he specialized in He can be reached at (352)422-
finances, such as estate plan- 0714 or by e-mail at
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The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce would like to con-
gratulate the winners of the 2008 Economic Development Indus-
try Appreciation Awards!
Outstanding Small Business
Suncoast Bicycles
Charlie Wade Owner
Outstanding Employer or Corporate Citizen
Seven Rivers Regional Medical Center
Joyce Brancato CEO
Person of the Year
Teresa Bell
Citrus Networking Solutions Group, Inc. Owner
Micro Loan Recipient Award
Nature Coast Insurance Agency, Inc.
Kathy Sanders Owner
The Citrus County EDC has been celebrating 26 years of In-
dustry Appreciation Week in Citrus County. As a pro-active, coun-
tywide coalition of businesses, business organizations, local
educational organizations together with local and state govem-
ments, the EDC works to strengthen and diversify Citrus County's
economy. The EDC strives to attract new business investment
and works closely with local companies to assist them with ex-
pansion and other business needs. For more information visit
www.citrusedc.com or call (352) 795-2000.



Calling all cell phones


The Citrus Abuse Shelter
Association (CASA) is holding
a cell phone drive to assist
victims of domestic violence.
These phones will be pro-
grammed with 911 emer-
gency assistance. The
Chamber will be accepting
phones at all office locations:
28 NW Hwy 19 in Crystal


River; 401 Tompkins Street
in Inverness and 3495 S Sun-
coast Blvd. in Homosassa. We
will also accept phones at the
Chamber luncheons and
breakfasts. Your participa-
tion is greatly appreciated.
For more information on
CASA please call (352) 344-
8111.


The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for Ensing Properties, LLC. Pictured front row: Chamber Am-
bassadors Chuck Morgan with Dillon Morgan, Chris Ensing with children Emily and Abby and Beth Ensing, Ambassador John
Porter. Pictured back row: Chamber Ambassadors Crystal Jefferson, Jackie Marx and Executive Director Kitty Barnes. Ensing
Properties, LLC is a property development and management company serving Citrus County, Florida and the surrounding area.
Ensing has been in business in Citrus County for over thirteen years. Their goal is to create a "positive impact" on this com-
munity by renovating or building and then leasing apartments, vacation rentals and commercial buildings. Their firm has been
responsible for the purchase and renovations of several "run down" properties in Crystal River and Citrus County. Chris and Beth
strive to maintain their properties in excellent condition and provide safe, quality rental units and own all of their properties and
do not manage properties for the public. Please visit their website www.ensingproperties.com to see the locations and infor-
mation about current holdings or call (352) 795-1795 for more information.


HPH seeks volunteers Point O'Woods Golf Club


The Citrus volunteer team of
Hemando-Pasco Hospice (HPH)
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.
A two-part volunteer orienta-
tion will take place from 9 am to 3
pm, Wed., Oct. 8, and Fri., Oct.
10, at the team office located at
3545 N. Lecanto Highway, Bev-
erly Hills, and will include speak-
ers from HPH who will focus on
all the discipline areas of hospice.


Lunch and snacks will be pro-
vided both days. There is no
cost.
In addition to our office in Bev-
erly Hills, we also have a Hospice
House on Norvell Bryant High-
way in Lecanto for patients with
limited care giving assistance .
and a Hospice Care Center in the
Citrus Health & Rehabilitation
Center in Inverness for patients
with complicated pain and symp-
toms. To register or obtain more
information, please contact Debi
Shields, Volunteer Coordinator, at
(352) 527-4600.


The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for Point 0' Woods Golf Club. Pictured front row: Chamber
Ambassadors Chuck Morgan and Wendy Hall, Bruce and Lori Beiswenger Owners, and Ambassador Lillian Smith. Pictured back
row: Chamber Executive Director Kitty Barnes, Ambassadors David Heinz and John Porter. Bruce and Lori Beiswenger recently
purchased the POINT 0' WOODS GOLF CLUB and have made several changes to the course and the clubhouse. The 9-hole "Point
0' Woods" course at the Point 0' Woods Golf Club facility features 1,770 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 30. The
"Point" is flat and very walkable; however riding carts are available for golfers. Bruce has worked for 35 years in the Golf
Course/Turf Management Industry and Lori excels in gardening and landscape design. Together, they are working toward, the
"Point" becoming one of West Central Florida's best-loved places to play golf. Point O'Woods is located at 95 S Golf Harbor Path
in Inverness and can be reached by calling (352) 726-3113 or visit them on the web at www.pointowoodsgolfclub.com.


Member NEWS


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Dr. Joseph has moved to Citrus County from Phoenix,
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from Northwestern University Medical School and trained at
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Joint Institute as a nonoperative orthopedist.
He is BOARD CERTIFIED in hand and upper extremity
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CFCC Foundation sponsored
Performing Arts Series of con-
certs
Sunday, October 12, 2008, at
3 p.m. Broadway Nights Concert
Curtis Peterson Auditorium,
Lecanto, FL $20 unreserved
seats, $22 for reserved
Sunday, November 16, 2008
at 3 p.m. Emile Pandolfi Concert
Curtis Peterson Auditorium,
Lecanto, FL $20 unreserved
seats, $22 for reserved
Sunday, January 11, 2009 at 3
p.m. Tommy Dorsey Orchestra
Curtis Peterson Auditorium,
Lecanto, FL $20 unreserved
seats, $22 for reserved
Saturday, February 7, 2009 at
3 p.m. The Lowe Family
Curtis Peterson Auditorium,
Lecanto, FL $20 unreserved
seats, $22 for reserved
Sunday, March 8, 2009 at 3
p.m. Laughing with the Leg-
ends
Curtis Peterson Auditorium,
Lecanto, FL $20 unreserved
seats, $22 for reserved
Call 746-6721 ext. 1416 to
purchase tickets or for questions.
MEN
This is a special invitation for
you and your friends and neigh-
bors to become acquainted with
a dynamic organization called
the Crystal River Power


Squadron (CRPS) where the
members join hands to promote
boating safety, boating education
and camaraderie. The Crystal
River Power Squadron is a part
of a national, non-profit organiza-
tion which was formed in 1914
and made up of many branches
throughout the United States and
Canada. They meet every sec-
ond Tuesday evening of the
month at 7pm at their squadron
headquarters at 845 N.E. 3rd Av-
enue in Crystal River. They also
have water-related social events
known as "Cruise & Ren-
dezvous". Some are held at
restaurants and include lunch,
while others involve actual boat-
ing activities on local waterways.
If you are interested in an oppor-
tunity to see how this organiza-
tion functions or need more
information about any of their
programs, or their women's
group, contact Past Commander
Richard C. McConnell at 352-
341-4093 or come to one of their
meetings.
s
Yvonne D'Amico is one of an
exclusive group of Premier Con-
sultants beginning a new career
with KikaPaprikaTM. Afull line of
women's clothing that is comfort-
able and stylish and also eco-
friendly will be offered through


consultants across the U.S. be-
ginning August 1st. Part of the
unique shopping experience that
Yvonne D'Amico will provide in-
cludes complementary jewelry
pieces that will benefit the lives
of the artisans who handcraft
each piece from Africa and India.
Kika Cares is just one element of
a new company founded by
President Kim Shaw, who says,
"We can all be a part of a dress-
ing a better world." Kim Shaw
and VP Monica Matheny have
over 25 years of combined direct
sales experience. KikaPaprika is
a socially responsible company
with a dedication to ethical trade
and use of organic fabric and re-
cycled products whenever possi-
ble. Visit KikaPaprika.com for
more information on the com-
pany.
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Seven Rivers Regional Med-
ical Center will hold a "Soap &
Shampoo" Drive from September
2 through September 29, 2008.
Collection bins will be located in
the cafeteria of the hospital, at
the Seven Rivers Rehab &
Wound Center (1675 S.E. US
Hwy. 19, Crystal River, next to
Sweetbay) and at the Seven
Rivers Outpatient Laboratory (at
11503 W. Emerald Oaks Drive,
Crystal River, just north of the


hospital). The only one of its kind
for Citrus County, the Soap &
Shampoo Drive will benefit the
efforts of the Homosassa Civic
Club's 'We Care' food pantry.
Items requested for donation in-
clude: body soap, shampoo,
toothpaste, deodorant, laundry
soap and dish detergent. Seven
Rivers Regional encourages the
residents of Citrus County to par-
ticipate in the drive and to drop
off soap, shampoo, deodorant,
etc. at any one of the locations
noted.
son
The Realtors Association of
Citrus County will again assist
Big Brothers Big Sisters in Citrus
County in selling tickets for our
annual fund-raising drawing. This
year the winner will receive a
Toyota Tundra or $30,000 in
Cash. The Realtors will be sell-
ing tickets in Citrus County and
will be holding an evening sales
event in September. Isaac Bay-
Ion of Century 21 Alliance Realty
will be chairing the effort for the
Realtors Association. You may
contact Sheree at Big Brothers
Big Sisters for further information
or to find out about purchasing
your ticket or you may go online
at www.bbbspc.org and pur-
chase your ticket. Call 352-422-
2779 for further information!


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Cubby's 'An Art Studio'


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health expo


JIM SHIELDS/Special to the Chronicle
The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for Cubby's "An Art Studio". Pictured front row: Chamber
Ambassadors Chuck Morgan, Jennifer Duca and Rhonda Lestinsky, Nate Sphon, Walt (Cubby) Pulcini Owner, Mel Farfaglia,
Karen Dixon-Pulcini Owner, Ambassadors Jessica Holcomb and Lillian Smith, Rosanne Strawn and Lee-Roy Marks. Pictured
back row: Chamber Ambassador David Heinz, Sally Long, Larry Grant, Ambassador Megan Ennis and Mike Holcomb. Located at
1065 N Paul Drive in Inverness, Cubby's is just one of those places you'll want to hang out at and you're certainly welcome to.
Walt Pulcini ("Cubby" to many) has been working with stained glass for over 25 years. He has also taught stained glass on and
off for many years at Withlacoochee Technical Institute. At Cubby's, besides custom stained glass windows and restoration work,
there are classes for stained glass, fusing, dichroic jewelry and silver art clay. Please call (352) 341-0003.


Donnelly Architecture Inc.


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KITTY BARNES/Special to the Chronicle
The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for Donnelly Architecture, Inc. Pictured front row: Chamber
Ambassadors Chuck Morgan, Rhonda Lestinsky and Tammy LaValle, Chris Donnelly Owner, Tara Donnelly and children Logan
and Brenden Donnelly, Chamber Office Assistant Renee Melchionne and Ambassador Jennifer Duca. Pictured back row: Cham-
ber Ambassadors John Porter and Jackie Marx (not pictured Kitty Barnes taking picture). Chris Donnelly, President of Donnelly
Architecture, is a licensed architect in Florida and Alabama. After working at architecture firms in Tampa, Orlando and
Gainesville, Chris and his wife Tara Williams Donnelly have moved to Citrus County to raise their two boys closer to family. Chris
has experience in the design of health care and medical office facilities, airplane hangars and metal buildings, commercial and
office spaces, multifamily apartments, and single family homes, including several additions and renovations. Donnelly Archi-
tecture is located at 5220 W Gulf to Lake Hwy. Suite 7 in Lecanto and can be reached by calling (352) 249-1166 or visit them
on the web at www.donnellyarchitecture.com.


Friends of the Crystal River State Parks Inc.


Mark your calendar to hear
an outstanding lineup of med-
ical, health and lay speakers
share expertise on a range of
important topics at the free
Women's HEALTH & FIT-
NESS Expo. The Expo will be
on Sept.27, 2008, from 9 AM to
2 PM at the National. Guard
Armory in Crystal River
The program times, topics
and speakers are:
9:15 a.m.: Breast Health:
What You Should Know, by
Marion Chirayath, MD, Cancer
& Blood Disease Center
10:15 a.m.: Discover Your
Inner Fountain of Youth &
Health Nancy Irven, DC,
Irven Chiropractic Health
Center and Author of "Please
Don't Eat the Wallpaper!"
11:15 a.m.: Less Stress,
More Slim Michelle McCol-
ley, ChHP Bach Flower Thera-


pist, Master Herbalist, Doctor
Vitamin Store
12:15p.m.: Women-Why
Can't We Sleep? Sunoj
Abraham, MD, FCCP, Citrus
Pulmonary Consultants
1:15 p.m: Women and
Heart Disease A Personal
Story Martha Bowman,
WomenHeart: The National
Coalition for Women with
Heart Disease
This Health & Fitness Expo
is hosted by the Business
Women's Alliance of the Citrus
County Chamber of Com-
merce. It's made possible
through the sponsorship of
Seven Rivers Regional Med-
ical Center, Citrus Cardiology
Consultants PA, Citrus Memo-
rial Health System, Comfort
Keepers of Inverness, WRGO
Radio and other community
partners.


EDC event on tap


New this year, Vendor Ex-
hibits, Games and Door
prizes at the 26th Annual
EDC Bar-B-Q on Sept. 25!
This year's Industry Ap-
preciation Bar-B-Q hosted by
the Citrus County Economic
Development Council in
partnership with the Citrus
County Chamber of Com-
merce will be bigger and bet-
ter than ever! There will be
Vendor Exhibits to see, door
prizes given away and live
entertainment by the Mick
Sharp Band with a great mix
of Blues and Rock & Roll!
Tickets this year are only $25
and this Event is open to the
public.
Thanks to our sponsors!
Gold Sponsors -CEMEX,
Progress Energy Bronze


Sponsors Citrus Network-
ing Solutions, Ajax Construc-
tion Inc.
Your Evening Includes:
Open Bar, Dinner and
Live music
Door Prizes include free
advertising packages, free
-cable, Wine and more!
50 / 50 Raffle, Bottle
Ring Toss & Vendor Booths
$25 per person, get your
tickets in advance
RSVP and Don't Miss it!
EVENT TIMES: 6:00 -
10:OOPM / Location: Holcim
Ranch off Hwy 19 North of
Crystal River, just past Hwy
488 (Dunnellon Rd.) on your
Left side.
Call for more details: 352-
795-2000
www.citrusedc.com


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The Friends of
Cry tal River State Parks, Inc.
FLORID-A '-.r- Crystal River Preserve State Park.
Slai fe p- rk's ', COystal River Archaeological State Park
Yulee Sugar Mill Ruins Historic State Park


The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for Friends of the Crystal River State Parks, Inc. Pictured
front row: Chamber Ambassadors Crystal Jefferson, Bonnie Hardiman, Jackie Marx, Richard W. Estabrook FPAN Director, Ruth
Samuda Treasurer of Friends, Nicholas D. Robbins Park Manager, Keith C. Morin Park Biologist, Dermot Samuda Presi-
dent of Friends, Janet Weir Volunteer, Jeanne Ellis Administrative Assistant, Chamber Ambassadors Jessica Holcomb, John
Porter and Chamber Executive Director Kitty Barnes. The Friends of the Crystal River State Parks will be hosting many up-
coming events at the Parks. These include:
Weekly Heritage-Eco Boat Tours Monday, Wednesday & Fridays at 10:30am & 1:30pm
Sept. 20 Save Our Waters Week Redfish Revue Movies 3:00pm & 7:00pm and Coastal Clean-Up
Sept. 21 Save Our Waters Week Eagle Nest Boat Tours 10:00am, 11:00am, 1:00pm, 2:00pm
Sept. 24 Fire & Flowers Walk 9-10:30
Sept. 26 Sunset Cruise 6:45pm (last Friday every month)
Sept 27 National Public Lands Day -Ozello Trail Clean-up
Oct. 10 Moon Over the Mounds (Monthly Full Moon Walk) 8:00pm
Oct. 24 & 25 Haunted Halloween 7-OOpm 10:00pm
For further information call (352) 563-0450 or visit them on the web at www.crystalriverstateparks.org.


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Lecanto, FL 34461
no later than Friday
September 19, 2008
EOE/ADA

SECRETARY
Sunnlland
Roofing Supply
Apply in Person:
.6130 N. Florida Ave.
(352) 465-4900

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ASSISTANT
FOOD SERVICE
DIRECTOR

Avante at Inverness
Is currently seeking
an Assistant Food
Service Director.
This full time
position requires at
least 5 years Food
Service experience,
knowledge of food
sanitation rules,
proper food
handling and stor-
age. Knowledge of
federal and state
guidelines,
compliance with
menu and portion
sizes and all
aspects of running
a full service
kitchen,
Please apply In
Person at:
304 S. Citrus Ave.
Inverness, FL 34452
or fax resume to
352-637-0333 or
e-mail to tcvoret@


Build a career
with us!
If you are Interested
In a career in Social
Work, have a
Bachelor's degree
in a field of Human
Services & a min of
1 yr exp working
with children
daycaree, Intern-
ships, working, etc.)
visit
wwwsthecenters us
to hear how you
can train to be a
Family Care
Manager working
In our Child Welfare
program. Starting
salary is $15.20/hr.
plus benefits. Full
benefits pkg
DFWP/EOE Fax or
e-mail resume to
HR, The Centers,
Inc.(352) 291-5580,
Jobs@thecenters.us


We have a position
for a part time
Dietary Aide in our
skilled nursing facil-
ity. We offer a good
salary & work envi-
ronment. Please
apply In
person.
Citrus Health and
Rehabilitation
Center
701 Medical Court E
Inverness
EOE/DFW
Not for profit

F/T LPN
NEW WAGE SCALE.
Seeking outgoing,
energetic
individual.
Apply at:
Barrington Place


FULL TIME
EXPERIENCED
CAREGIVER
For special lady,
regular hours,
good pay must
be able to lift,
1201bs from bed
to shower, Lic.
Not necessary,
Send Detailed
Resume to
whgn@tamDa
bav.rr.com
HYGIENISTS
Inverness
$250 Sign-On
Bonus!
Coast Dental is the
Southeast's leading
provider, with 115
neighborhood
dental practices &
grownlng. You'll be
rewarded with a
lucrative compen-
sation package
that Includes
competitive wages,
medical, life and
disability insur-
ance, paid time off,
401K,
dental discounts,
and so much morel
Apply at
CoastDental.com
Call (877)COAST-17
ext. 139
Fax: (813) 289-4500

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is dedicated to quality patient care with a personal touch.
RN/Case Manager
RN/Quality Management Coordinator

Staff and/or Charge RNs:
ICU *ER* OB MedSurg Telemetry

Other Opportunities:. Physical Therapist .PhysicalTherapy Assistant. Pharmacist
*PR & Communication Coordinator* RespiratoryTherapist (per diem)* Speech Therapist (per diem)
Our highly skilled nurses and physicians, state-of-the-art technology, flexible scheduling,
sign-on bonus, competitive wages and benefits package are just a few of the reasons why
you will want to call SEVEN RIVERS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER your home.
For these and other opportunities, please apply to:
Human Resources
6201 N. Suncoast Blvd., Crystal River, FL 34428
Fax # 352-795-8464 Job Line # 352-795-8418
Email: Linda.Macaulay@hma.com Web Site: www.srrmc.com


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F/T
Pharmacy Tech
&
Medical Recep-
tionist
Needed For Busy
Physician office
Benefits Include:
Insurance/401K,
Competitive salary.
Fax Resume to:
(352) 746-6333

Licensed
Clinical
Supervisor
The Centers is
seeking FL LCSW's
for the positions of
Ucensed Clinical
Supervisor In Marion
& Citrus County
locations. Master's
Degree with. FlorIda
LCSW and ability to
supervise required.
Must have 2 yrs
related exp, 1 year
supervisory exp,
and broad
knowledge of
psychotherapeutic
theory & practice:
Please submit salary
requirements.
NHSC (National
Health Service
Carp) approved site
for loan repayment.
For more Info on
The Centers visit
www.thecenters.us
Full benefits pkg
DFWP/EOE Fax or
e-mail resume to
HR, the Centers,
Inc., (352) 291-5580,
Jobs@thecenters.us
For more Info on
the NHSC visit
http://nhsc.bhpr.hrsa
.gov/

North Campus
Rehabilitation &
Nursing Center
A 120-bed SNF
seeks an
Activities
Director
To aide In direction
& administration, of
programs to ensure
the emotional
.recreational & so-
cial needs of
residents are met &
maintained,
GREAT SALARY +
,BENEFITS
MINIMUM REQUIRE-
MENTS:
Prior exp. Reql
LTC EXP. REQI
CALL: 800-442-1353
FAX: 877-571-19523
JOBS@CQCARE
OR APPLY IN
PERSON
700 N. Palmetto St.
LEESBURG


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FRONT DESK
Full time, Dental
Experience. Good
salary plus benefits
Fax resume to:
352-795-1637


LPN NEEDED
If you are an LPN
looking for a career
in dialysis; In Crystal
River, Fl. We are
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EARN AS YOU LEARN
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Continuing Education
352-341-2311

LPN-PT16
The Centers Is
seeking a part-time
16hr/week LPN to
work with the
mentally III
population In Citrus
County. Duties
Include checking
vitals, administer
medication, other
clerical & clinical
tasks. Salary Is
$17.00/hr.
DFWP/EOE Fax or
e-mail resume to
HR, The Centers,
Inc., (352) 291-5580,
jobs@thecenters.us


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ARBOR VILLAGE
NURSING
Seeks to expand
our family of caring
nurses
11-7 SHIFT AVAILIII
WE OFFER GREAT
SALARY
COMPETITIVE
BENEFITS
GREAT WORK
ENVIRONMENT
DRUG/BCKGRND
CHK REQ.
CALL 800-442-1353
FAX 877-571-1952
JOBS@CQCARE
490 S. OLD WIRE RD.
Wildwood


763453
DIRECTOR COMMUNITY
REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY

Crystal River, Florida
(population 4,000)

Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience

This position entails professional work managing a Community
Redevelopment Agency. The CRA Director is appointed by the
Community Redevelopment Agency. The position will report
directly to the CRA Board. This is a full-time position as a
1099 consultant to the City of Crystal River. This highly visible
position entails being responsible for day-to-day operations and
planning, budgeting, capital acquisitions and financial control,
public relations, real estate negotiations, administering pro-
fessional service contracts, construction contracts, and capital
planning and serving as liaison to local governments,
businesses and property owners.

The preferred candidate should have graduated from an
accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in
Architecture, or City or Urban Planning or related field such as
public administration or finance. All candidates should have a
minimum of five years of experience managing a redevel-
opment program, downtown business improvement district, or
some similar program, or have experience working with com-
munity development, economic development, urban redevel-
opment and finance. Successful community development ex-
perience of some sort is a must, and experience in the admini-
stration and management of county, state or federal funding
grants will be considered a plus. Personal experience with
the use of Word and Excel is required and some experience
with CADD software is also considered a plus.

Qualified applicants should apply by submitting their resumes
by e-mail or regular mail directly to the City of Crystal River
Community Redevelopment Agency at acollins@crystalriverfl.orq,
or 123 NW Highway 19, Crystal River, FL 34428; Attention A.
Collins. CRA phone and Fax numbers are (352) 794-0072
and Fax (352) 794-0073.


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Sales Reps
Managed Care
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great opportunity
for Medicare Reps
with salary plus
commissions,
car/cell allowance,
Lead support &
training provided.
Experienced
preferred, FI Health
Ins. Ucense a must.
Email Resume:
hmatera@auality
healthplans.com
or fax
727-756-1082.

NOW HIRING
Experienced,
Caring &
Dependable
CNA's/HHA's
Hourly & Live-In,
Flexible schedules
offered. $10.00/hr.
CALL LOVING CARE
(352)860-0885

RN Weekend
Supervisor

SOUGHT TO
MANAGE ADMIN.
CLINICAL & SPRVY
FUNCTIONS FOR A
DEFINED RESIDENT
POP.
PRIOR LTC/ SPVR
EXP REQ
COMPETITIVE
WAGES
STRONG BENEFITS
PACKAGE
DRUG/BCKGRND
CHK REQ.
CALL 800-442-1353
FAX 877-571-1952
JOBS@CQCARE
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REHAB/NURSING
700 N. Palmetto St.
LEESBURG


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Looking for
Experienced Nurse
Leaders to Join our
Great Teaml
We Offer
Excellent Benefits:
- 401K/Health/
Dental/Vision
*Vacation/Sick
Time
Apply in Person
ARBOR TRAIL REHAB
611 Turner Camp Rd
Inverness, FL, EOE

WE ARE
COMFORT
KEEPERS
CHANGE A LIFE
BEA COMFORT
KEEPER
We are always
interested in speak-
ing with caring and
compassionate
people interested
in being a Comfort
Keeper@. We are
looking for Home-
makers to provide
companionship.
light housekeeping,
and meal prepara-
tion for seniors.
We are also looking
for Home Health
Aides to provide
Homemaker Ser-
vices and Personal
Care Services. To
learn what becom-
ing a Comfort
Keeper Is all about,
visit us.
We provide the
training to become
a Comfort Keeper.
Flexible Schedulel
2244 Hwy 44 West
Inverness, FL
(352) 560-4254


Each Office
Independently
Owned Lic
HHA-299992888


We are seeking a
Wound Care RN P/T
for the Wound Care
Center. Ideal
candidate will be
responsible for pro-
viding nursing care
to wound care
patients in the
wound healing and
hyperbaric center.
Completion of an
accredited school
of professional
nursing and current
FL RN licensure. BSN
preferred. Two or
more years current
med/surg experi-
ence required.
Wound Care nursing
experience pre-
ferred. Must
successfully com-
plete at least a
40- credit hour
National Board of
Diving and Hyper-
baric Medical Ter-
minology approved
Hyperbaric Medi-
cine Introductory
course within one
year from date of
hire. Please apply
online at
www.cltrusmh.com.
CMHS is an equal
opportunity em-
ployer.

Professional

Executive
Director

Part-time
Needed for Citrus
County Education
Foundation. Must
have experience In
creating public
awareness,
fundraising, budget
management, and
event planning.
See complete job
description and
application
Information at
www.
citruseducation.org


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RETAILERS


Seeking exp. copy-
writer for variety of
freelance assign-
ments Including
printed & Internet
newsletters. Oppor-
tunity for long term
association. For-
ward resume to
Nancy Kuzel
352-746-2502



Housing
Accountant
Announcement
#08-69
Responsible
position handling
the fiscal responsi-
bilities of the
Housing Division
and for accounting
and reporting of
Housing and grant
funds. Prepares
fiscal reports and
maintains for moni-
toring. Requires a
Bachelor's degree
or education and
training equivalent
to four years of
college education
In accounting,
finance, mathe-
matics or closely
related field. A
comparable
amount of training
and experience
may be substituted
for the minimum
qualifications.
Starting Pay
$13.07 hourly.
Applications may
be submitted to the
Citrus County
Human Resources
Office, 3600 West
Sovereign Path,
Suite #178,
Lecanto, FL 34461
no later than Friday
September 19, 2008
EOE/ADA


Banquet experience
a plus. Apply in
person
INVERNESS
Golf & Country Club
(352) 726-2583
F/T Exp'd LINE
COOK
+ BANQUETS
Excellent benefits
Paid vacatloni
Bring resume.
Apply In person only
Wed. Fri.
10:30-5:00
@ Sugarmill Woods
Country Club
1 Douglas St.
LINE COOK

Experienced. Apply in
person @ Inverness
Golf & Country Club
(352) 726-2583
Restaurant
Manager

For Upscale Private
Country Club.
Must have strong
food & beverage
skills, great
customer service
professional leader-
ship and outgoing
personalty.
Fax Resume to:
352-746-9033

- Sales Help

INSIDE SALES
$300. Gar.., Best Job
In Citrus County
Advnmnt Potential
Call Barbara
(352) 726-5600

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Port Richey,
Brooksville,
Inverness, &
Crystal River Area
Drl. Lic. & back-
ground check req'd
Start Imed. DFWP
(866) 462-4303

MECHANIC'S
WANTED
5 yrs Current Exp..,
Valid Driv. Lic. &
tools a plus.
Apply in Person @
WALLY'S QP
806 NE US19
Crystal River

- General
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0 Help

APPOINTMENT
SETTERS
Want to join a
winning team?
Very busy office
looking for serious
minded people.
Call Pamela @
352-628-0254


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Delivery Routes
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Required!

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563-3201
Leave name,
Address and
Call back Number


0 Services

CERT. EVENT PLANNER
Weddings to
company functions.
Free consultation
352-257-1327
DAVE'S MOBILE
h, REPAIR-,
Repairing gas &
diesel engines. No
jbb-too lg' orfsmall.
352-422-6101 or
352-586-1555

9 Tree Service

A TREE SURGEON
Uc. & Ins. Exp'd
friendly serve. Lowest
rates Free est.
352-860-1452
D & R Tree Specialist
All phases of Tree
Work, Landscaping,
11c, Ins., ref, *Cheap*
*Lowest Rates *
Free Est. 352-302-5641
Action Tree
To hurricane ready
your trees.
Professional Arborist
FREE Consultation
(352) 726-9724
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
OSBORNE'S
Lawn/Tree/Shrub
Quality Work Free Est.
LOWEST
RATES GUARANTEED
Uc (352) 400-6016 Ins


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Tree removal, stump
grind, trim, Ins.& Lic
0256879 352-341-6827

Instruction

"CAN YOU DIG IT?"
Heavy Equipment
School. 3 wk. training
program. Backhoes,
Bulldozers, Trackhoes.
Local job placement
asst. Start digging dirt
nowl (866) 362-6497

Computers

COMPUTER DOCTOR'S
1/2 mi SE inv. Walmart
Repairs -all PC's &
Laptops, 1.3GHz
Gateway Computer
Hi- speed w/windows
$149(352) 344-4839
On-Site Same Day
Service Available
*All Computers
*Affordable Rates
Certified Tech's
Networking
*Virus/Spyware/
Pdp- Removal
(352)341-4150
www.fastteks.com

PC SLUGGISH?
Get a tune-up by
Keith. EC-C certif'd.
352-634-1584

Carpet
Io Repair I
REPAIR SPECIALIST
Restretch*Installation
Call for Fast Service
C & R SERVICES
Sr. Discount 586-Z28

k Painting

Chris Satchell Painting
& Wallcovering.
work fully coated. 30
yrs. Exp. Exc. Ref. Ins.
352-795-6533
352-464-1397
CALL STELLAR BLUE
All Int./ Ext. Painting
Needs. Lic. & Ins. FREE
EST. (352) 586-2996


Li c#2776 Licensed & Insured

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HOME REPAIR & MAINTENANCE, INC.
"Caring for Your Home is Our Business"
Offering A Full Range of Services -
Residential M"A
Commercial '-
6345499 Chamber
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SPainting

Cheap-Cheap DP
Press.Clean & Paint
Husband & Wife
Uc.&Ins. 637-3765
All home repair
int/ext painting
Malleys Home maint
(lc0259169) 220-9486
Catania Painting Inc.
Int./ext Comm/Res.
Free Pressure Wash,
30% summer disc.
lic/ins. (352) 302-6397
DAVE RODGERS
PAINTING. Lic/Ins
Int/ext re-paints the
rightway. 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



AFFORDABLE Boat
Maint. & Repair
Mechanical/Electric
al. Custom Rig.
John (352) 746-4521
PHIL'S MOBILE MARINE
All Makes & Models
All Work Guaranteed!
352-220-9435 Phil
Appliance
N Kepair j
STAN'S APPLIANCE
REPAIR. Cheapest
In Citrus Co. 24 hr
Service, all brands
(352) 577-4263
Lawnmower
lc Repair
DAVE'S MOBILE
REPAIR
Repairing gas &
diesel engines. No
job too big or small.
352-422-6101or
352-586-1555


4 Kitchen
-o & Bath
BATHTUB REGLAZING
Old tubs & ugly
ceramic tile is re-
stored to new cond.
All colors avail.
697-TUBS (8827)

SCare For
1 the Elderl
CNA Will Care
for your loved one
In your home.
Reasonable Rates
Call (352) 287-0456
DON'T LET NURSING
HOMES, Be Your Only
alternative.... Private
Hogmew/loving care
Alzhelmer/Dementia,
No problem 621-3337

i Home/Office
S Cleanin
BEST CLEANER IN FLA
Prof* Exp Refs Lic
Also laundry + sewing
Call Marcia. 560-7609

CITRUS MAIDS
Friendly, Affordable
Dependable,
Weekly/BI/Monthly
(352) 601-2785

GLORIA 'S HOUSE
CLEANING
Painting, yard
weeding. Free Est.
352- 220-0908

HOUSE CLEANING
Impeccable work. 30
yrs exp. Exc. Refs.
Dependable/trust-
worthy. 352-212-5087
MAID 2 CLEAN
Satisfaction Grt'd
ilc/ins/bond call
Uz 302-5468

Cabinetry

Affordable CABINETS
& COUNTER TOPS
New & Remodel
352-586-8415
NEW CABINETS,
Very Reasonably
Priced (352)795-2789
Cell (772) 263-1159


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

For Over
15 Years!

"Free Quotes"
Lic. & Insured

727 352-400-3188


11 Carpenitry/
o Building |
Dotson Construction
25 yrs. exp. Decks,
Additions, remodeling
Etc. Lic.#CRC1326910
(352) 726-1708
ROGERS Construction
Repairs & All types of
Consfruction637-4373
CRC1326872

Aluminum

DANIEL STAHLS
Home Improvement
Alum. reprs, rescreens
.85 per sf. 344-9128
#L08000054697

FL
RESCREEN
352-257-1011
30 yrs exp. 1 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 *
Pressure,
Cleaningl
CALL STELLAR BLUE
All Int./ Ext. Painting
Needs. LIc. & Ins. FREE
EST (352) 586-2996
AUGIE'S
Pressure Cleaning
352-220-2913

. Handyman

#1 A+TECHNOLOGIES
All home repairs.-Also
Phone, Cable, Lan &
Plasma TV's installed,
Pressure wash &
Gutters Lic. 5863
(352) 746-0141
Andrew Joehl
Handyman.
Gen/Malnt/Repairs
Pressure cleaning.
Lawns/Gutters. No
job too small Reli -
able ,ins. 0256271
352-465-9201


w Handyman

# All Improvements
Maint. + Reoairs
25 yrs exp. Lic#5953
CaGL/Sceg 560-7609
A #1 HANDYMAN
Master craftsman.
Repairs at affordable
rates. 352-628-6960
All home repair
int/ext painting
Malleys Home maint
(1ic0259169) 220-9486
HANDYMAN
If Its Broke, Jerry
Can Fix It. Lc#1 89620,
352-201-0116
HONEY DO'S YOUR
HONEY'S Can Not Do
Total Home Maint.
30yrs exp., Lic. #3957
Jimmy (352) 212-9067
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UT Storage

SSHEDS NOW
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SIndependence &
41, Bad Credit No
problem. Lease to |
IOwn, Car garages
.(352) 860-0111
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#1 A+TECHNOLOGIES
All home repairs. Also
Phone, Cable, Lan &
Plasma TV's Installed.
Pressure wash &
Gutters Lic.5863
(352) 746-0141

INC.
Elec/Serv/Repairs
New const. Remodel
EC 13002699
Moving and


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,SHEDS
I The Shed Store
352-637-6607
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C.J.'S Sm.Local Moves
Furniture, clean-outs,
Dump runs & Brush
Low $$$ 7 day service
726-2264/201-1422


BATHFITTER
"One Day Bath Remodeling"
In Just One Day,
We will Install A Beautiful New Bathtub
or Shower "Right Over"Your Old One!!!
Tub to Shower Conversions Too!!!
Call now for a FREE
In-Home Estimate

1-866-585-8827

BATHFITTER.COM


" Floor
" Covering
Carpet Factory Direct
Plush $1.40 sf installed
Laminate Repairs
Shop home 341-0909

| Paving

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

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
Barnyard II Fencing
Serving Citrus Co.
Since 1973. FREE Est.
(352) 726-9260
OSBORNE'S
SLawn/Tree/Shrub
Quality Fence Work
Free Est. LOWEST
RATES GUARANTEED
Lic (352) 400-6016 Ins

I Concrete

BIANCHI CONCRETE
Driveways-Patios-
Sidewalks. Estimates
Lic#2579/Ins, 257-0078'
Better Prices
CONCRETE WORK
Lic. #2059, 628-4830
Decorative concrete,
River rock resealing,
Pebble paving River
Rock 344-4209
Father & Son
Decorative Concrete
Stamp, stain, spray
deck, crack repair,
Press, wash, lawn
maint. 352-527-1097
ROB'S MASONRY
& CONCRETE Slabs,
driveways & tear outs
Lic.1476 726-6554


- Remodeling

COASTAL
Hurricane Shutters,
Remodel & Drywall
work Lic#CRC 1329379
(352) 628-9300
MOLD REPAIR &
Removal, additions,
decks, all home
repairs, 40 Yrs Exp
Lic. CRC058140
344-3536; 563-9768
W. F. GILLESPIE
Room Additions
Home Construction.
Garages, Baths,
Kitchens CRC1327902
(352) 344-0009
www.wfgillespie.com
t Stone/
co Ceramic
A QUALITY TILE JOB
Showers. Firs.
Counters Etc.
(352) 422-2019
Lic. #2713, Insured.

The Tile Man
Bathroom remodel
Specializing in
handicap. Lic/lns.
#2441. 2795-7241

Drywall

Hang, Finish,
Texture & Painting
When Quality Matters
21 yrs, Lic./Ins. #2845
Tommy Light Ent. Inc.
(352) 726-7881
ROCKMONSTERS,
INC. St. Cert.
Metal/Drywall
Contractor. Repairs,
Texture, Additions
Lic.#SCC131149747

mDirt SerIices

FILL, ROCK, CLAY, Stn
Drives Etc. All tyes ol
it si Call Mike
352-564-1411
Mobile 239-470-0572
AFFORDABLE Top
soil, fill, mulch,rock.
Tractor work. No job
too small. (352)
302-7325; 341-2019


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ROOFING

a*Quality Work Reasonable rates
II FREE Estimates
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All AROUND TRACTOR
Landclearing,
Hauling, Site Prep,
Driveways. Lic. & Ins.
(352) 795-5755
ATOP SOIL SPECIAL*
3 Yd -$75/5 Yd $85
10Yd $150/20Yd $250
Stone/Mulch Avail.
352-302-6436

S Clearing/
BushhoggingI
All AROUND TRACTOR
Landclearing,
Hauling, Site Prep,
Driveways. Lic. & Ins.
(352) 795-5755
FOR RENT
FRONT END LOADER
w/root rake & bucket
352-563-1873

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D's Landscape &
Expert Tree Svc
Personalized design.
Bobcatwork fill/rock
& sod 352-563-0272
GO GREEN
with our Local
freshly cut field of
bahia sod from
Circle T Sod Farm
cut-outs avail for
partial lawn reserve
352-400-2221


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Andersen's Lawn Serv
Mowing, Trimming,
Clean Up Low Rates
1-352-277-6781
Bob's Pro Lawn Care
Reliable, Quality Work
Residential / Comm.
Lic./Ins. 352-613-4250
B's Mowing
-Total lawn care'
-Handyman-
Group Discounts
(352) 400-5923
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Mowing, Tree/ trim
Sm Tractor work
Debris Cleanup
352-302-4686


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Lawncare-N-More
LLC Lawn, Beds,
Mulching & Hauling
Ins/Lic 726-9570
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
Uc (352) 400-6016 Ins
RIDGE MOWING
Serving central Citrus
Co. Dependable
352-697-9706
RMD Lawn
Maintenance
Landscaping
*Mulch 'Sod
lic/ins Ryan Duclos
302-3181
Steve's Lawn Service
Mowing & Trimming
Clean up, Uc. & Ins.
(352) 797-3166
TOTAL LAWN
15 yrs. exp. dependa-
ble reasonable rates,
garan. 352-422-5284



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

SGutters

O RAINDANCERO
6" Seamless Gutter
Best Job Avallablell
Lic./Ins. 352-860-0714

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L 621-0881


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MOWING &
LAWN CARE
PERSONNEL
Competitive wages
and benefits.
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920 E. RAY ST.
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P/T LAWN HELP
Must have dr. lic.
352-425-8703
PRESCHOOL
TEACHERS
CDA or FCCPC, 40 hr
DCF. 352-795-5862.


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Own, Car Garages
(352) 860-0111

0 Antiques

OAK CHILD'S
ROCKER. Very good
condition. $50
352-419-5110
PRE-1900 Wood
CHINESE RICE BOX
Great condition. $85
352-419-5110

1 Collectibles

45s Records sell in lots
of 150 for $50.00,
Country-and R&R
352-613-4176
BASEBALL CARDS
2,500 Fleer cards. Call
for details. 352-
637-1153 aft. 6pm
For Sale 16,000
45 RPM Records
$10 for box of 200
or $500 for all
352-344-5796
CA Spas/
Hottubs
LEISURE BAY
SPA, needs work,
$150.(352) 302-4139

Appliances

A/C & HEAT PUMP
SYSTEMS. 13th SEER
& UP. New Units at
Wholesale Prices
2 Ton $780.00
2-Y2 ton $814.00
3Ton $882.00
*Installation kits;
*Prof. Installation;
*Pool Heat Pumps
Also Avail. Free
Deliveryl 746-4394
ABC Briscoe Appl.
Refrig., washers,
stoves. Serv. & Parts
(352) 344-2928
AMANA
SIde-by-side
Refrigerator. Ice
maker/water In door.
$170. 352-563-1518
ELECTRIC DRYER
White, Kenmore Elite.
King size capacity.
Ex. cond. $200.
352-503-3210
Freezer Frigidaire,
upright compact,
like new, 8.7 cu.ft. ,
white, 1 1/2 yrs old,
$300. firm
(352) 465-5172
GAS HOT WATER
HEATER AO SMITH 50
GAL. Excellent cond.
$75.00 PHONE:
352-465-6967
GE REFRIGERATOR
16cuft. White. Frost
free. Like New, exc.
cond. $250/obo
352-795-9625
GE REFRIGERATOR
25cuft. Side-by-side
Stainless steel.
6mths old. $800.
RCA Dishwasher $100.
352-503-6797
GE STOVE
Glass top. $350
Kenmore Refrigerator
side-by-side $450.
352-344-0005
KENMORE
WASHER Super ca-
pacity. $250. GE
DRYER $200.
352-344-0005
WHIRLPOOL
Black w/Ice on door.
70"Hx35" Wx30"D.
Exc. cond. $450.
352-465-6830
WHIRLPOOL FULL
SIZE FRIDGE/FF
FREEZER. Works
good. $100.00
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SOUTHERN
I AUCTION
I MARKETING
& APPRAISALS
AUCTION
Mon. Sept. 15,
6:30 PM

1997 Chrysler
Concorde. 4' x 8'
cargo trailer, Sony
34" flat-screen TV.
suede sofa,
designer furniture,
more Pics every
week@
www.southern
15591 NE Hwy
27Alt. Willston, FL,
32696
352-528-2950
Col. Joel Kulcsar
mAU1437-AB2240
10% BP on all sales

1 Tools


AIR COMPRESSOR
Craftsman 7HP, 60
gallons, vertical on
skid. Oil-less pump.
240 volts/15amps.
175psi max. Never
outdoors, new cond,
$450/obo. Will deliver.
352-860-1008, Tom.
Craftsman 9" Table
Saw w/ stand, older
saw, good working
cond. 37" Table $75
Ridgid Compound
Lazer Mitre Saw w/
wheel around stand
Model MS1290LZ
very little use $350.
(352) 586-7516
DIAMOND-PLATE
TOOL BOX FOR A
STEP-SIDE in great
condition. $55. Citrus
Springs 352-428-8189
LADDER
LITTLE GIANT SYSTEM
$300 new asking $200
obo(352) 302-4139
Metal lathe, 12x36
GAP bed, loads of
access., Excellent
cond, Paid $2,500, will
sell for $1,150 Citrus
Hills, (352) 860-1541
QUALITY WOOD-
WORKING Lathe &
Band Saw. $750 ea.
Misc hand tools for
details 352-447-2967
Reward- For Missing
Portor Cable 71/4
inch circular saw, &
Dewalt 14.4 V. Drill.
(352)228-5463
REWARD For
missing pressure
washer, Honda, 11 hp.
engine, on wheels.
(352)228-5463
Wrenches
Socket & combo.
All like new.
Reduced.
$135.(352) 382-2511

TVs/Stereos

62" Mitzubishi, DLP TV
w/ 2 yrs. warr. left
$1,200. obo
(352) 205-0291
(352) 205-0010
Call Anytime
Philips 60" Doiby
S, .Digital HDTV,
29 months old,
,$600 obo-
(352) 527-1104
TV, 13"
w/Remote AC/DC
power, like new
$75. abo
352-621-0848
IComputers/
5 Video |
COMPUTER DOCTOR'S
1/2 mli SE Inv. Walmart
Repairs -all PC's &
Laptops, 1.3GHz
Gateway Computer
Hi- speed w/wIndows
$149(352) 344-4839
DIESTLER COMPUTERS
Internet service, New
& Used systems, parts
& upgrades. Visa/
MCard 352-637-5469
www.rdeeii.com
Outdoor
1 Furniture
2 SWIVEL ROCKERS
Brown cushions, black
steel frame, like new,
$99 270-8081
PATIO FURNITURE
Winston. 48" round
table, 4 chairs. 2
footstools, $250/obo
352-746-6125


Outdoor |
Furniture
Patio Set
Powder coated
alum/w swivel
rockers, + extras.$225.
(352) 382-5067

Furniture

2 TWIN CRAFTMATIC
BEDS $600.00.
352-422-4601
3 BAR STOOLS
29" solid light oak,
swivel. Ex. cond. $150.
352-637-5227
9 PIECE QUEEN
BEDROOM SET
Headbdl,bospng,rmatNframe,
2n rightsads,5
drawer chest,7 drawer
dresser with mirror. Exc
cond. $475.00.
352-344-4183
Pre Owned Furniture
Unbeatable Prices
NU 2 U FURNITURE
Homosassa 621-7788
BAR STOOLS
3 Tall $125.
Desk Chair $25
(352) 503-6425
BEAUTIFUL light color
neutral sq. glass table
w/ 4 chairs. $125.
352-344-5805
BEDROOM SET
$100. Couch, chair, 2
end tables & cocktail
table. $100.
352-489-6109
BEDS .- BEDS BEDS
The factory outlet
store For TOP Natn'l
Brands Fr.50%/70% off
RetailTwin $119; Full
$159; Qu. $199; King
$249 Call 795-6006
CHINA CABINET
$125. /DR table & 6
chairs.$125/Chest of
Drawers $95. all in
good condition
(352) 382-3365
Coffee table & two end
tables with glass in-
serts. Very good shape.
Little use. $100 for all.
352-382-0653
DINETTE SET
Rod iron w/new for-
mica top & 4 up-
holster chairs. $125,
RECLINER, Beige
brand new. $75
352-489-7061
Dining Room Set
42" Round, Ashley
drop leaf. Wood top
w/black legs. 4 chairs
to match. Pd. $500.
Asking $200
(352) 382-3928
DINING ROOM
Set, hutch, table w/6
chairs $800. Q Sz
Sleeper couch $400
(352) 476-5157
DINING TABLE
w/ leaf & 4 chairs.
$175. CHINA CABINET
w/ shelves & lighting.
$175. Both ex.cond.
352-214-3688
DRESSER
Oak/Veneer, three
drawers each side with
center doors/2 shelves.
$100 352-344-4357
End Tables,
White wicker w/glass
tops. $75.00 each.
(352) 503-3370
ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER H 6'2.5",W
5', D 1'8",Washed Oak
Room for TV, HiFi,
CDs/DVDs, books
etc. $350.00 352 382
29020
HEADBOARD
KING SZ. Oak Wood
Exc. cond $200
(352) 465-4690
LIVING ROOM SET
Sofa, 2 Swivel Rockers
Florida it,rattan&
cane. A-I nice.
$400 (352) 564-8626
Natuzzi Leather
Sectional Sofa,
(cream) colored with
coffee/end tables,
$400.
(352) 697-5530
OAK ENTERTAINMENT
Center. 3-plece.
Holds 32" TV. $250.
352-465-2184
PATIO SET 60x38
glass table 4 Chairs 2
lounges Umbrella &
stand $125, SEALY
KING MATTRESS
good condition $100
352/382-4744
Preowned Mattress
Sets from Twin $30;
Full $40.Qn $50; Kg
$75. 628-0808
SLEEP NUMBER BED
KING pillow top $850
(Cost New) $2600
Leather sofa creme
$350
352 302-6313


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SLEEPER SOFA
$110: /Chaise Lounge
$95. and more misc.
Items call for Info
(352) 382-3365
SLEEPER SOFA
Full size. Burgundy/
blue paisley fabric.
Like new. $100.
Sm Kitchen Island on
rollers. $85. 637-6310
Sofa Table,
White wicker w/glass
top. Matching coffee
table. $75.00 each.
(352) 503-3370
Sofabed, 72" Earth
Fabric, very good
cond. $75.
Coffee table w/ glass
top Insert $20
(352) 628-2000
The Path's Graduates,
Single Mothers,
Needs your furniture.
Dining tables, dressers
& beds are needed.
Call (352) 746-9084
THOMASVILLE
CHERRY DINING
ROOM SET, 6 chairs
2 are captain chairs
Leaf and pad for table
$ 500 OBO 527-6939
THOMASVILLE
Cherry Dining table.
6ft plus 2 leafs w/ 6
chairs & China cabi-
net. $1500. Ex. cond.
352-382-4427 after
8am, before 8pm.


TWO WING-BACK
RECLINER CHAIRS
Lazyboy, Burgundy
$300.00 each
($600 total)
Mary 564-0123
WOODMARK EASY
Chair & Hassock.
Excellent condition.
$150. 352-382-4427
after 8am, before
8pm.
S Garden/Lawn
oo Supplies |
2006 12.5 Murray
Riding mower, 40"
cut, $425 obo
(352) 637-0186 after
2pm weekdays
COMPOST
TUMBLER(URBAN)
recycles kitchen and
garden waste,
352-270-3065 / 954
682-5290 $99.-
CRAFTSMAN RIDING
LAWNMOWER 18 HP
Briggs & Stranton
OHV Motor. 42" deck,
head lights, electric
start.Serviced yearly
in the spring. 4yr.old.
Excellent condition.
$475.00 firm
352-563-1519
Craftsman
Riding Mower,
automatic 42" deck
2 yrs. old. $700.
(352) 746-7357
LAWN TRACTOR
Craftsman,DLT 3000,
Used seasons,
18.5Hp,42",Automatic,
includes tow behind
cart. $950 cash only.
call 527-8238, Iv mssg.
SWISHER 44"
PULL-BEHIND
MOWER New 11 HP
Honda electric start en-
gine $550.00.
352-527-7059

t4 Plants

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

SGarage/
S Yard Sales
BEVERLY HILLS
Sat & Sun, 8A/3P
6 N. Jefferson St.
DUNNELLON
Blue Cove, Sun. 9a-3p
11600 Camp Dr.
INVERNESS
Sat & Sun 7-5
175 N. Bliss Pt,
Make offer garage
sale! Furn, garden
tools, ceiling fans,
chainlink fence, misc.
352-637-6162

S Clothing

LADIES CLOTHING
Ladies clothes Size
10-12. 65 items.$30.00
for all. 352-489-1185
Dunnellon
LADIES PLUS
Size. Casual & dress.
Summer/fall. From $3
to $20. 352-795-2477


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Shoes size 6 tennis HITCHeMOUNTI BUYING US COINS
and sandles 8 pairs CARGO CARRIER Beating all Written
$8.00 for all. 10 purses $75.00 offers. Top $$$$ Paid
$10.00 for all. Phone #352 746-1413 (352) 228-7676
352-489-1185 LARGE MIRROR Large
--mirror, 7ft.+ wide and Musical
0 General 4ft.+ high tinted. Small 4nStrUments
copier each $15/offer
352 746-6212 Baby Grand Piano
2 Slot machines, Mini Hutch, Hand White complete
one takes $1 bitokens, painted, $79 refurbished 2002,
$200 each Decorative items + Bush & Lane
(32) 63 5 Hummells $300 $1,500. Firm
(352) 637-0851 (352) 503-3166 (352) 621-9285
14' Boat w/ 6 HP POOL PUMP ESTEY SPINET PIANO
Johnson Motor $500. Above ground Cherry finish.
Antique Porcelain + filter 1HP," 6 mo Like new. $650.
Cook Stove, Combo. cd", solar cover/all 352-344-0546
Gas & wood, Light cleaning equip.$400
green in color, (352) 795-2788
Top 24 x 32 $150. RA5A F5-R2ousehold
(352) 586-7516 RATTAN FLA-ROOM Household
S- SET OS sofa hideaway
ATTENTION Churches, bed $75. 3 glass-top ta- Country Oak
& Daycare's. Portable bias & 1 foot stool. $50 Cabinets for Large
classroom for sale. Call 352-489-6839 Kitchen $1,200
352-302-2210 RIFLE 22 Dishwasher
BABY WALKER Graco w/scope & case $ 150 $100.
sights and sounds 4 bar stools swivel (352) 586-5447
primary colors w/backs $75 ea
good shape Sofa 6 cushions floral Fitness
$20 7461767 $150 card table/4 S Equipment
BAND SAW,WEED folding chairs $60
EATER,CHAINSAW (352) 382-0744 Treadmill
craftsman bandsaw ROUTER WITH Proform
$35.00,chainsaw 25.00 ROUTER TABLE $95.
weed eater 25.00 a (BLACK & DECKER) (352) 637-1074
stealil! 352-560-7492 NICE $95 WElDER WEIGHT
BARREL STOVE KIT 352 527 1193 BENCH in good to fair
FOR WOOD STOVE Side Steps, condition. Only $15 No
CAST IRON NEW $65 All metal, Originally weights. In Citrus
352 527 1193 from a Kla Suv. Springs. 352-428-8189
Carpet Factory Direct $150. (352) 628-1669 h
Plush $1.40 sf Installed TRAMPOLINE it's Sporting
Laminate' Repairs 14x16 like new $50.00 Goods
Shop home 341-0909 352 637 0046
Cash for Owners Wheels & Tires, Revol44 Black.Powder,
I buy mobiles, houses All aluminum, 1851 Navy, Cabellas,
& seller financed P265/70 R 17.Never Shot
mortgages, Fred AT tires In great $100.
Farnsworth, 36 yrs, shape.Came off of
same address & '2000- F150 4x4. $400. (352) 527-4271
phone 352-726-9369 (352) 746-2102 2 Sts of Bowling Equip
Cedar chest, $50 WOOD PICNIC TABLE 1 Bib Ball w/ Carrier &
Computer, $50 8 feet long attached shoes, 2 Balls 101/2 lbs
(352) 637-0851 benches sturdy, well ea., w/carrier on
Deeebuilt $50 746-1767 wheels carries both
Dinette Set, balls, Equipment
wrought Iron, glass A Business ALL NEW Accessories
top table & 5 chairs, I EquipmentI If interested Call
fabric seat $395. p 352-794-4113
Phantom Vacuum, w/ COMPUTER Golf Clubs
attachments, used WORKSTATION $75. Mizuno, Cleveland
less than 10 hrs, $65. Brother laser 2 Sets of Irons /mixed.
(352) 489-4804 FAX/copier/printer $75 metal woods. In-
DOG CAGE LARGE Ph. 352-564-1668 cludes bag & putter.
48X30,FOLDS CREDIT CARD $100 per set.
DOWN,GOOD CONDI- MACHINE. Like new. (352) 527-4932
TION $45. 527 1193 Hypercom-T-7,
Doll House complete unit. $475 GUN SHOW
w/ furniture, $150 new, sell $325. Sat. Sept 13th 9-4
Teak Coffee table 352-637-5131 Sun. Sept 14th 9-3
$99. M | Sumter County Fair
(352) 503-3166 Medical Grounds SR 471
DOME N-36E equipment Bushnell I/2 mi. North
DOME TENT Ozark of Webster Flea
Trails family size; 9' X JAZZY POWERCHAIR Mrkt. Info. call
15'; $45. Call Plug in anywhere. (904) 461-0273
352-382-1727 & leave Good cond. 1 (0) \ 461027
message. $400/firm MARES WETSUIT
Dresser with hutch, 352-341-4758 Men's small, hardly
$100.Mattress $35. Power Chair- Pride used. $25 call Gene
Ph.352-860-2434 Mobility, Jet 3 Ultra, 352 465-6811
FAN 16 inch 3 speed like new with new POOL TABLE A LIT-
oscillating desk fan batteries. $900 or TLE OVER A YEAR
used one month make offer. 726-1811 OLD KIDS MOVED
$25.00 352 341-3215 or cell-352-201-9667 AWAY CHEAP $99.00
FISH POND Walker, CALL 352-560-7368
Pre-fabricated pond 6ft Foldable, on wheels.
Pre-fabrd2cated ea) W/bench seat & Shotgun
by 4ft and 2ft deep. $75 brakes. $75.00 Winchester, Model
Great landscape addi- (352)344-2180 12. 12 Gauge pump.
tion 628-4429 $489.(352) 270-9292
WHEELCHAIR
FOLD-UP CHAIRS for Brand new, never WE BUY GUNS
camping; fabric with used, w/$80 gel pad. On Site Gun Smithing
carrying cases; 2 for $325. 352-382-4252 (352) 726-5238
$20. Call 352-382-1727
& leave message.
GENERATOR
5000WATT Craftman Y
electric start
120/240Volt$500 Place You
2 2ft french doors
w/hardware $50 5 Lines, 5 Days, 2
352-382-0641
GENERATOR Guard-
ian Model 04582.
22500 surge (15000
cont),elec startgas,
used 1 season. If new
$1899. Sell for $1299.
563-6431 or cell

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352-527-0555
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set in rhodium.$99.00
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1 Pets
A New Litter, come
meet the parents,
Shih Ztu & Shl-poo's
$250. $800.
Small hobby breeder
Located at
3902 N. Lecanto Hwy
(305) 872-8099
(352) 527-2270
AKC YORKIE PUPS
11 weeks old. Very
Small. 2 females
/Imale. Taking de-
posits. 352-628-6914
AKC YORKIES
Health cert. Parents
on site. Home raised.
Champion blood line.
Small, cute, cuddley.
$450 and up
352-793-4116. View at
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Black Lab mix Pups
9 wks. 2 sets of
shots/H/C sweet girls
$125.(352) 564-2865
Blood Hounds
4 MO. All Red AKC
reg, 3 Fems.$500. 2
Males. $400.
(352)283-0354
After 7:00 PM
Chihuahua pups
GreatPets!
long hair 2 males,
Female short
hair,Mom/Dad onsite,
health papers,vet
checked,$300.00 for fe-
male 275.00 for each
male. raised in a home
setting, cash only
352-245-2727 9am to
9pm left a message if
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DACHSHUND PUPPIES
Long hair mini, raised
w/kids, 8wks 2/m 2/f
shots,H/C, Exc pet
quality $350
(352) 464-0846
DASCHUND
Mini, red male, AKC.
Shots/wormed/h cert.
10 wks old. Great
tempermt. $350/obo
352-465-6939
ENGLISH/AMERICAN
BULLDOG cross pups,
males and female,
vet checked $295
(352)628-7942


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Vet checked,
adorable. $250.00
(931) 638-5407
POMERANIAN PUPS
14 wks., old AKC reg.
3 Females $500 each.
1 Male $550.
(352) 637-4721
(352)201-6368
POODLE PUPS tiny
toys, male,
vet checked and
registered $295
(352)628-7942
ROTTWEILER PUP
Beautiful large boned
female. Reasonable.
+ Male & Females
Pups available
(352)447-2072 -
Scottish Terrier AKC,
14 mos. old, top
notch, stable family
w/ fenced yd. only
$350.
Call (352) 476-6254
SHIH TZU
2 males. 9 weeks old.
$450 each.
321-229-6171
Lecanto
SHIH TZU PUPPIES
8 wks old, CKC reg.
1st shots, w/hith cart, .
ready to go. Parents
on prem. 3-F, 2-M
Paper Trained
$275. (352) 503-6156
SHIH-TZU PUPPIES
2 beautiful multi col-
ored males. Ready to
go 8/25. Health cart,
shots, CKC rag. $350 -
$400, 352-465-7339
SPAY/NEUTER
Spay/neuter starts at
25$,cat delaw
75$,dentals 75$, low
cost shotclinic, call. -
for Info Humane
Society of Inverness
352 476 4965
TALKING PARROT
Indian Rlngneck,
Large cage on rollers
toys etc. NOT a
Screamerd $350.
(352) 634-4685.
TINY YORKIE
Chihuahua mix,
Yorkle/Poo mix, Shia/
Poo mix. CKC reg.
$375/up.352-489-6675 K
YORKIE
Female. 7 mths.
41bs, Ckc reg.
Vet checked.
$895.00
(931) 638-5407
4h Feed/Fertilizer/
4A Supplies
WHELPING BOX
Custom built
w/removable pig rail,
$150 obo
352) 382-1273

- Livestock

HAY FOR SALE.
Good clean fertilized,
Good for cows &
horses.Bailing Tues.
Loading In field,
approx. 200 rolls.
Cash. Hwy 48,3 MI.
east of Floral City.
Weds. 25 to 50 rolls,
Hwy. 581 S.of 480.
(352)344-5895


Humanitarians
of Florida
Low Cost Spay &
Neuter by Appt.
Cat Neutered $20
Cat Spayed $25
Doa Neutered &
Spayed start at $35
Low cost shot clinic
Tues, Weds & Thurs
10am-4pm
Closed from 1p-2p
(352) 563-2370
JACK RUSSELL
PUPPIES
9 wks old, 1st & 2nd
shots, H/C, CKC Reg.
$300. (352) 621-0899
MINI DACHSHUNDS
Long Hair, 3/M 2/F,
AKC, Shots, Health
Cert 352-382-4973 OR
352-N87-1119
Panama Amazon
Parrot (Rare)
Hand fed Baby 6 mo
old Talking w/2
cages $800. obo
352-697-9150
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BOAT LADDER
Stainless, 3 step,
38"x14". Easy on off.
$180 new, $100.
BIMINI TOP
5'Hx6'Lx84" beam
w/boot. $230 new.
$100. 352-341-0447
CANOE/KAYAK
TRAILER. $400. Never
used. 352-447-2967
STEERING WHEEL
Stainless, 15". New
condition. $40.
CARLISLE RADIAL
TRAILER TIRES. Brand
New. On Chrome
Rims. ST185x80R13.
$350 new, $225/pr.
352-341-0447

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MOHAWK CANOE
17ft. Royalex.
Ex. cond. $450
PRION TANDEM
KAYAK. New $800
352-447-2967
SEA DOO
2004 GTI LE Excellent
cond w/ galv. trailer.
Must see $3,900.00
352-860-0278



19 FT. Flats Boat
CC, SS, fishfinder,
GPS. 20 hrs. on rebuilt
70 HP Johnson, Galv.
trailer. First $2000
(352) 795-7785
21' Cabin Cruise
w/traller, Suzuki
150hp motor needs
work.$1500/obo
(352) 560-7315







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SOLD AT NO FEE
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AIR BOAT
Lycombing 200 angle
valve, alum hull,&
trailer $6500
(352) 464-5447
AIRBOAT
1996, 15', 500cubic inch,
Cadillac
engine compi rebuilt
$8500. (352) 560-3019
AQUA SPORT
2000; 225 Explorer 24'
Cuddy cabin. 225
Johnson Ocean Pro.
Loadrnaster tandem
axle trailer. Exc. cond.
$22.500.352-493-7377;
352-221-5230
AQUA SPORT
'86 25FT.Cuddy
Cabin. W/twin '06
Mec.Optimaxs.
& Dbi axel trailer.
$17,500(352)257-1355
BASS BOAT
16' Ranger 90HP
Merc, Trir, Run/looks
great $2300/obo
352-601-4722
BASS BOAT
'83 16', 50HP Mariner
w/trolling motor &
trailer. $1,600 or will
trade for auto.
(614) 570-9902
BAYLINER
1986,21', Clara,
Cuddycabin, 225hp,
Lots of extras $4900.
Good cond. (352)
726-3302 or 697-2513
BAYLINER
1986, 21', Clera,
Cuddycabin, 225hp,
Lots of extras $4900.
Good cond. (352)
726-3302 or 697-2513
BIG 0 AIRBOAT
2000 13' Big 0 airboat
T wide. 72" power shift
carbon fiber prop, new
seat covers & heavy
duty trailer. Nice ride &
clean title. Asking
$8,000. CALL Dale
352-220-8076 OR
352-220-8727.
Gheenoe
with/ trailer, and
Electric Motor
$850.
(352) 563-2601
HURRICANE
'01, Deckboat, 20ft.,
115HP, stroke Yamaha,
w/ trr. excel. cond.
$15,900. (352) 503-3778


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14' alum. 8hp OB, trol
mtr. New trailor.
Ready to go. $1,250.
(352)341-3540
Jon Boat
fiberglass 14' Seml-
nole, w/5hp game
fisher & gal. Trailer
$500.obo
(352)341-1714
KENNEDY HAUL
14', 0540 engine.
All stainless steel
cage & rigging.
$10.000(352)563-1341


KEY LARGO
'06, 18ft., CC, w/ 70HP,
Yamaha, new biminil
live well, SS prop., '06
alum, trir. great price
$12,500 (352) 621-0848
KEY WEST 225
'05 Walk, T-top, 225
Yahama 4 strk, trailer,
LOADED PERFECT
$34,950. 352-527-4341
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New Pontoonrailers
by Continental 14'-29'
at GREAT PRICES
(352) 527-3555
Osprey
'93, 18ft. 61n., Center
Console 90hp John-
son,gal. trier. $3,800.
(352) 447-5655
PONTOON
'03, 25' SUN TRACKER,
'05 90hp Marc, low
hrs. fresh bottom
paint, VHF alum.
deck, tandem trir.
cust. dive platform
$12,800.352-586-1676
PONTOON
'06, 21Ft. 50 HP.
4 stroke Yamaha.
Bathroom, fishfinder,
lots of xtras. Road
King trailer. $15,000
firm.(352) 270-8981
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
SAILFISH
Bayboat, 17ft, CC,
70H Yamaha, magic
tilt trir., loaded w/
many extras $7,500
(352) 563-1313
SEA PRO
'99, 21 Ft. 150
Yamaha, bim/top.
Am/Fmr Ste. Tand/trail
$10.000(352)748-5005
SEAHUNT
2007, 21FT, center con-
sole, 150 Yamaha GPS,
Take over pymts
(352) 344-5561
TREMBIEY FLAT
SKIFF 04 18' 50hp
4 stroke Suziki, center
console, New 24 V
troll mot to hrs exc.
$9K 352-302-0539
WELLCRAFT
1987, 250 Sportsman,
25', Gas eng., 30"
draft, 260 hp I/O,
alum: trir.$8,500
(352) 344-9651
Recreational
Vehicles J
1998 GEORGIE BOY
35'Gas,w/slide,full bath
rear cameralow miles
oak cabinets. $24,900
352-503-7101
AUTO. BOAT &
RY*
DONATIONS
43 year old
Non-reporting
501-C-3 Charity.
Maritime Ministries
(352) 795-9621
Tax Deductible *
COACHMEN
PATHFINDER '03, 31'
w/27,200 miles.
$35,000 obo
(352) 726-0263
CONQUEST
'92, 20 FT., Class "C"
350/400, GM Chassis, GD
Tires, Self Contained
$7,500. (352) 746-9212
DAMON
'92,32', 454 Chevy eng,
27K, 2 ACs, qn. bed.
Non Smok, No pets. Lots
of extras & Exc. Cond!
$16,900.352-527-8247
ENDEAVOR
38' T/Axle '98 Slide.
Includes 99 Jeep
Wrangler $47,500obo
352-637-5149 or
352-586-3090
E-Z GO
2005 golf cart, has top,
windshield, headlights,
new batteries, green,
Exc cond $1950.
352-503-3363
FOUR WINDS
'03, Hurricane 30Q,
class A motor home,
31V2 ft., 20k ml. V10
gas, ducted rf. air,
onan4Kgen., qn
bed, etc. Saturn toad
Avail. $35,000. Lets
talk (352) 397-5007
GULFSTREAM
Class B Touring Cruiser
23', V-10, Sllde-out,
loaded, $34,500.
(352) 795-6339
Holiday Rambler
'03, By Monico, 300
Cummins, 2 slides,
incl. tow vehicle,
mint cond. $79,900.
(352) 302-7073
ITASCA
'99, 31fft. Class A, 53K
mi., VIO motor, enter-
tainment cntr., clean,
non smoker, satellite.
levelers, day & night
shades, self con-
tained 14ml. per gal.
asking $25,000
(352) 746-4903
JAMBOREE
29',2005, V-10 Class C
12,400 mi., Loaded!
Perf. Condition!
Ready to gol $39,000
(352) 465-2138
Montana
'03, 5th wheel, 3 slides
like new, $34,000.
(352) 422-5731
WINNEBAGO
'96 Itasca Suncrulser,
34', 1 slide. Exc. Cond.
17K Miles $23,000
(352) 465-3203 After 5
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CAMPER
35' A/C, appliances.
New tires. Great
hunting camper.
$1,400(352)302-7699
COACHMAN
'00, 5th Wheel Travel
Trailer, CD/ Stereo
slide out, clean,
$9000.(352) 503-5446
Grand Junction
'06.37ff. 5th Wheel,


4 slides, 35" TV, w/
surround sound, FP,
computer station, qn
bed, lots of storage +
'05 Ford 350 1 Ton, w/
hvy duty rear springs
8 ply tires, sell both
$62,950 208-598-0137
Gulfstream
'04, 38 ft., slide out
w/ sliding glass door,
full kit., bedrm./bath
very clean, $13,500.
(352) 527-8911 Cindy
I BUY
RV'S, Travel Trailers,
5th Wheels, M/H. Call
Glenn (352) 302-0778
KODIAK
'04, Hybrid Travel Trir.
AC, Heat, Micro. Tub/
Shwer, toillet exccond
$9,500352-564-4151
ROCKWOOD
'06, 31FT. 2 slides.
Sleeps 9, Smoke free.
Lots of extras, $19,900
(352) 400-1257


PAYING $100 & UP
For any Junk Vehicle
Fast, Free Pick Up
(352) 267-5253

Buying Used Cars
Trucks & Vans

Larry's Auto Sales
Hwy 19 S. Crystal River
Since 1973 564-8333



2004 VOLVO C70
Convertible. Loaded.
Excellent. Photos:
www.panour.comncdvo.
Asking $15,900.
352-302-1791
'07 CORVETTE
Conv. 4Kmi. rare sil-
ver on silver, pwr top,
auto, H.U.D., F55 susp
nay. sys. Pristine lots
of extras. $53,500.
352- 270-3193
'09 PONTIAC
Vibe GT, Silver/blk


30+mph, 352-257-1513
'99 LINCOLN
CONTINENTAL
leather, loaded, a/c,
Exc.cond. 117k ml
$2850 .(352) 697-0889
BUICK
'00, Regal, silver, Ither,
loaded, 91K mi.,
25+mpg. $5,250
(352) 795-5032
(352) 634-3333
BUICK
'03 Park Ave carriage
top, 53K mi., shwrm,
mint, 20-32 MPG
$10,900. 341-0791
BUICK
'94, LeSabreUmited Edi-
tion Leather seats good
condition,runs good.
$2,900. 352-746-2414
CHEVROLET
02, Corvette, Z06,
Black, low mi., over 30
mpg hwy. $24,400.
(352) 613-5355

CHEVROLET
'03, Malibu LS, I
| Nicely Equipped, I
I owner, 13K org. -
mi., assume pyts I
I $199
1-866-838-4376

CHEVROLET
0Clean, runs good, V-,
all35 mpg, 4 dric, new AC,
new tires & brks, 69k00. m00




$4900 (352) 476-7077
CHRYSLER
'01 Convertible LX white
w/tan top, Hwy Miles
Sharp, Loaded New tires
$4,995obo
352-382-1628
CHRYSLER
PT Cruiser '06, Convtbl
4k Mi, Loaded Like
New $12,000.
352-527-6988
ask for John







FORD T BIRD
02, cony. & hard top
Lux. ED. 4K mi. flawless
as new $23,900(352)
726-3730/422-0201
JAGUAR
2003 S -Type
Exc gas Mileage
30K ml V-6 SUPERB
$18,900 abo
(352) 527-3456
KIA C
'01, "Optima SE.
V-6 86k Ml. Allpow.
Sun roof, good con.
$3,900(352)746-7576
KIA OPTIMA
2003 Exc cond, Sr
owned, 95,400 mi,
main record, 4 dr auto.
$4,700 352-503-3363


S'04, Town Car, 19k I
F original miles, 1 of A





90 Towncar White





hwy, mint condH .
1-owner, 34k mil.
Loaded. $10,000
352-746-2444
MAZDA
$97 Protege $700/obo.
352-257-5187
daytime only.
w ro, mg dcond.







SMAZDA
'97, Miata M Series
SWheels 60K org.
o miles $5,990 Cash
1-866-838-4376
MERCEDES '
'01, C240, 48k Org. _
I Ml. A Diamond I
Call For A Deal.
1-866-838-4376

MERCURY
'97, Sable GS, V-6,
Auto, 126K, Fully
loaded Cold AC.
Exc. Cond. $2,200
(352) 453-7326


7


89 F350 Diesel. Dually
Crew Cab. Loaded
w/tow pkg ,$3000
obo(352) 860-1364
FORD
'97, F150, 4x4, off
road pkg,.step side,
ext-cab. Lariet, auto.
loaded, low ml.
X-sharpl $8400 obo
(352) 795-4654
FORD
'97, Ranger,.
Runs Great,
$2,800
352-344-9981
FORD
'99 F150 XL
V6, auto, air. am/fm,
bedliner. 120k. $2,900.
352-503-6348 or
287-9215
Ford
'99, F350 4x4, 7.3
diesel/Auto. 5 wh.
hitch. Aux. 100 Gal.
tank. 10k MI. $11,500
(352) 382-2272


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pAuto Parts/I
Accessories
4 TIRES
Goodyear Wrangler
AT/S P265/70 R17
Light Truck $350 obo
(352) 795-3710
Dodge 440 Motor
& Transmission
early 70's good cond.
$500. obo
(352) 601-5521
Vehicles
SWanted
$CASH PAID$$
Wanted Vehicles
Dead or Alive,
Dale's Auto Parts
352-628-4144
$ $ TOP DOLLAR$ $
For Wrecked or I
SJunk Vehicles
$ (352) 201-1052 $
$100+ PAID
For most vehicles.
Used PARTS available
352-628-9118
$$ CASH PAID $$
Junk Cars, Trucks,
Vans. No Title OK
J.W. 352-228-9645


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1 COUNT
Case #2008-080 Expired Permit
OLD/NEW BUSINESS:


ANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO APPEAL A DECISION
MADE BY THE CONSTRUCTION LICENSING & APPEALS
BOARD WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT
THIS PUBUC HEARING, HE/SHE WILL NEED TO INSURE
THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDING IS
MADE, WHICH RECORD SHALL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY
AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE
BASED. (SECTION 286.0101. FL STATUTES.)
ANY PERSON REQUIRING REASONABLE ACCOMMO-
DATION AT THIS MEETING BECAUSE OF A DISABIUTY OR
PHYSICAL IMPAIRMENT SHOULD CONTACT THE COUNTY
ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE, MASONIC BUILDING. 111
WEST MAIN STREET, 3RD FLOOR, INVERNESS, FL 34450,
(352) 341-9801 AT LEAST TWO DAYS BEFORE THE MEET-
ING. IF YOU ARE HEARING OR SPEECH IMPAIRED, USE
THE TDD TELEPHONE (352-341-6580) OR LECANTO GOV-
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'06, Sentra GXE, I
S35MPG, Assume Pyts I
$199mo I
1-866-838-4376 I

OLDSMOBILE
'83 98 Regency
MUST SELLI $1500/obo
Good cond.
352-628-7983
OLDSMOBILE
'94, 6cyl, pw/locks,
cold air, 93Kmi. $2200.
(352) 637-5491
(352) 201-0668
OLDSMOBILE
98 Bravada 101,000
miles, loaded quality
vehicle, clean, $2500
OBO. 352-746-9243

OVER 35 CERTIFIED
HONDA'S
To Choose From
7 Yr. 100K Warranty N
I Call For Selection
1-866-838-4376

TOYOTA
'04, Camry LE.
$10,399. mint, all org.
cond. 81k mi., silver,
Call Clella
(352) 436-4521
I Classic I
[, Vehicles
'67 CUTLASS
Cony. V8, Will con-
sider trade In part.
$12,900 352-621-0182
727-422-4433
BUICK
'90, Reatta, stored for
8 yrs., needs AC
& brake work, Rare
$2,000. (352)621-0392

'49, Style Master, org.,
cond. 49K org ml.
$7,950 (352) 978-0658
(352) 447-3842
CHEVY
'69 Classic C10 SHT
BD 350/350 AC, PS,
$15K or trade
(352) 746-9212
FORD
1955 F 100 PICK UP Hot
Rod 350 eng ,BLk
CHERRY COLOR $9,500
OBO. 352-302-0743
FORD
MUSTANG '68,289
ALL ORIGINAL
fact. a/c, 59,500 mi.
Looks Awesome &
Runs Greatill
$12K(352)302-7681
GTO
1967, The real deal,
older restoration, just out
of storage $25K or trade
(352) 621-0666'
MERCEDES
'72, 350SL both tops.
$7,900 or Trade
(352) 586-8576
MERCEDES BENZ
*1985 380SL, 2 top
roadster. Drives, looks
great. Many new
Mercedes parts.
New A/C. Must seel
$9,800. David
352-637-6443.
MERCURY,
'97 Cougar XR 7
V8. 73k orig. Mi. 2 dr.
Air, One owner.
$2,500. (352)270-8377
MGB
Convertible 1977, 57k,
mi. Blue, many xtras
Excellent Condition
$10,500(352) 628-0281
VOLKSWAGON
'99, New Beetle, Die-
sel 50 mpg, TDI,
5 spd, red. $8,500.
(352) 637-0893



'87 FORD
Bronco 4x4. New tires
& fuel pump. JVC
stereo. First $1750
(352) 795-7785
'94 CHEVY
Ext. cab, 8ft bed.
New motor, good
cond. 2 wheel drive
Z71 pkg. $4,750.
352-563-1518 Iv msg
'97 FORD F350
XLT pwr strk diesel.
Loaded, 5th wheel,
Apprs $15,500; sell
$11,700. 352-503-7188
CHEVROLET
'07, Silverado 1500,
2 WD. crew cab, LT2,
22k mi., $24,000 obo
(352) 621-8039/*
CHEVY
'86, Custom deluxe.
W/8Ft. topper& side
boxes. $2,300 Obo.
(352) 637-6255
CHEVY
'96, S10 Blazer, 150K mi.,
Black, good shape
$1,600
(352) 613-4000
CHEVY
'97, Suburban LS.
Great condition.
$4,500 OBO.
(352) 586-7126
DODGE
'04, Dakota, 4.7 V8,
5spd., manual, 33K ml.,
loaded, new tires,
20MPG town,$10,999
(352)465-9106
DODGE
'88 Ram 318 V-8, 94K ml.
AM/FM, Reese hitch,
nice cond $2,800 obo
352-344-9141

FORD
06, FISO, XL, 4 DR, 3
I pass., 4x4 auto., 4.6,
49k mi. Like new
on earth, have title
$12,500 OBO
(352) 860-1106
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r "FORD I
I '06, F250, Crew Cab
| Diesel 4 x4 Fx4
Leather Rims, Must
I See Save 50% Off
1-866-838-4376

Ford


SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 2008 D9


S Trucks
FORD F250
Crew Cab, 99, 7.3 liter
TurboXLTdleselB 1 kml
Ig.bed,w/topper,$15k
obo 352 746-6144
GMC
93, Pick up w/ext.
cab, Work Truck
runs good,
$2800 (352) 341-3300
ISUZU
'94, New tires, new
brakes, 5 spd., great
work truck, excel, on
Gas $3,000 obo.
(352) 726-9724
SNISSAN
'04, Frontier Crew I
2 To Choose From
Starting from $12,990 I
| Low Ml. Bed Liner
1-866-838-4376

oSport/Utlityl
Vehicles
DODGE
99, DURANGO 4x4,
80K mi., loaded, dual
air & exhaust, Exc.
Cond. $6500 obo
(352) 344-0505
DODGE
DURANGO 02, SXT,
Leather, loaded
119k mi .mint cond .
$4900 352-422-2611
FORD
'01, Expedition
Eddie Bauer, excel.,
loaded, $5,500 obo
(352) 795-4303
FORD
'02 Expedition Eddie,
Bauer, leather. Great
Cond. 108K ml $6250
352-527-2486
352-212-5913

FORD
I '04. Explorer XLT. I
V6 Alloys Mint |
Cond.
Better Hurry $9,980 I
or $199 mo
1-866-838-4376


4x4s

CHEV BLAZER
01 2DR, LS, auto, V6
69Kml; air bags,
FM/ stereo CD wide
stance auto 4x4. Full
pwr, great cond. $5,900
(352) 726-9733
FORD
'90 Bronco. Runs
great. $2,000/obo
352-341-4758

Vans

Ford 03
Windstar SE, Black
Mint Cond. 78K Mi.
Very well Maintain
loaded, DVD-TV New
ABS sys. Immaculate.
interior. $7800
352-637-6046
Ford
1996 Windstar GL V6,
140k, mi. loaded,
cold a/c, great
shape. 8 pass .$2500
(352) 422-2611
FORD
2003, E250, 3/4 Ton
V8, Interior tool boxes,
trailer towing pkg.,
ladder racks, 35k ml.
$8,900. 352-341-0907
KIA
03'Sedona EX.
56kmi. Blue, Loaded
New tires. $6,900
(352) 212-1077


'04, Sienna XLE, I
I Bring the Whole
Family DVDE
Power Litgate,
Nicest In Ocala
Call For Deal
S 1-866-838-4376


19 ATVs '

'05 KAWASAKI
360. 4x4. Driven 10 hrs.
Camo. Exc. condi-
tion. $4,000.
352-400-1819
ARCTIC CAT
02, 400i 4x4, green,
custom grill guard,
rear tube bumper,
exc. cond $3,800
352-302-2716
HONDA
'03 Rancher. 350cc,
4wdr, 5spd + reverse.
Climbs mountains &
tows heavy loads.
$5300/or trade. 727-
534-1655 Crystal River
HONDA ATV'S 2005
FORMAN 500cc
RANCHER 350cc
low hours-like new
6450.00 steals both
great for huntingor
trail 352-746-4290

S Legals


c4 Motorcycles

'02 KAWASAKI
650KLR. 15,300 ml.
Perfect condition.
55 mpg. $2600.
352-220-6414
'04 HONDA
CBR1000RR. New tires,
garaged, 4800ml. Adult
driven. $7,800/obo.
352-746-4521
'06 KAWASAKI
Nomad, 1600cc. Black
& Chrome. Loadedl
Excellent $8500
(352) 746-0802
GOLD WING,
'1996 SE, 54K MI.
W/tow pkg.
$6,995/obo
(352) 341-0651
HARLEY
97, Electra Glide,
.$9,700
(352) 795-1769
Harley Davidson
'05 Sportster, like new,
only 2K ml. over $8K
invested. Sell for only
$5,800/trade for
Mustang 628-2769
Harley Davidson
2005, XL 1200 Custom.
Under 7k mi.Screamin
Eagle Performance
Pkg & more. Gar.kept
$7500 (352)209-7495
HARLEY DAVIDSON
2006 Street Classic
3500 Mi., Black, Perfect
Cond, Many Xtras,
$16,500 OBO Call
352-464-1411
Harley Davidson
'81 Shovelhead, 80',
completely serviced,
good shape. Ex.
access. $7.500. obo
352-522-0401;
726-4109
Harley Davidson
Heritage Softtall '94
Aqua & silver 5k ml.
Exc.'Cond. $9,500
(352) 795-1615
HARLEY
DAVIDSON
Sporster 883 Low 08
vivid Black 1,350 ml.
price $7k, obo
352-795-4654
HONDA.
'02, 750CC, chromed
out/ Harley look, bik w/
sil. flames 4,300 ml.
$3,900. obo
(352) 302-8046
HONDA
1100 Shadow Sabre
01, 7800 mi. many ex-
tras, gar. kept $5000
obo 352-621-8080
HONDA
125CC Dirt bike.
Good cond,
I$850/obo.
352-563-1518 Iv msg
HONDA CR80
2001, good shape &
runs good. $700.
Call after 5pm
352-897-4130
KAWASAKI
'06 KLX125. Hardly
used, excellent con-
dition. $1,700/obo.
352-257-5187
KAWASAKI
'89,454 LTD 34K, very
good cond. $1,200
obo 352-419-5806
KAWI
01, ZR7S, 20k MI
Corbin seat &
exhaust, $3200
(352) 465-3183
Kawi
06, KLX 125 like new,
$1450 (352)465-3183
Matrix II
'07, 150 CC new June
2008, has only 47 ml.
$1,750/obo Call
Frank 352 746-4746
or 464-1200
MOPED
Motorized Bike,
Whizzer Type Engine,
LiUke New Condition
$450.(352) 527-0081
SCOOTER
'05, 650 Bergman
5000K MI. Powerful,
fast & fun. Loaded,
like new. $5,900.50
(352) 637-6046
SCOOTER
Wildfire 150CC. $1850
firm/ or trade for trac-
tor w/bushhog. (352)
344-4020:586-2534
SUZUKI
'01, Kantana 600
Runs great. $2,100
Obo.(352) 201-1812
YAMAHA
'Virago 1100 Harley
look, shield, extras,
exc. cond. $2,800 firm
(727) 687-5274 local


5 e egals |


Is '*egas Legals

318-0921 SUCRN
9/30 Sale Suncoast Storage & Rentals, LLC
PUBUC NOTICE
Suncoast Storage and Rentals, LL.C., according to
provisions of the "Florida Self-Storage Facility Act,"
Chapter 83, Port IV, Section 83.806 of the Florida Stat-
utes, hereby gives NOTICE OF DISPOSITION. Suncoast
Storage and Rentals, L.L.C., 9034 W. Veterans Drive,
Homosassa, FL 34448 will dispose of the contents of the
storage spaces) named below via donation to
charity, removal to landfill, and/or other means on or
after September 30, 2008.
Space # Occupant Contents of
Units
55 Usa & Rory McCarthy Household
goods
1A Lorid Rogan/Monlque Bowser Household
goods
23 Ronald G. Nelson Household
goods
Outside
storage Ernest C. Benson boat/troailer
Published two (2) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
September 14 and 21, 2008.

309-0914 SUCRN
(Isaiah Farrington) Picard Self Storage
PUBUC NOTICE
Disposal of stored goods and property pursuant to
Florida Statute #83.0806.
Notice is hereby given that Plcard Self Storage, Inc.,
located at 1274 E. Norvell Bryant Hwy., Hernando, FL
34442, with the rental office located at 1274 E. Norvell
Bryant Hwy., Hernando, FL, Intends to dispose of per-
sonal property/goods stored by ISAIAH FARRINGTON,
whose last known mailing address was P.O. BOX 1792,
INVERNESS, FL 34451 for purposes of satisfying delln-
quent rents and related collection costs accruing since
May 31,2008.
Tenant stored goods, If saleable, will be sold on site
after this public notice has been published two times In
accordance with Florida Statute #83.806. The sale of
stored goods, If not redeemed by payment In full of all
delinquent rents and relatedcosts, may be sold 15
days from the publication of first notice In accordance
with Florida Statutes.
/s/ W. J. Picard
President & Owner
Published two (2) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
September 7 and 14, 2008.

315-0914 SUCRN
rIB 116-08 -Citrus County OMB
PUBUC NOTICE
INVITATION TO BID
ITB 116-08
CONSTRUCTION & ROAD DEBRIS DUMPING & DISPOSAL
OF EXCESS EXCAVATED EARTH MATERIAL
Citrus County Board of County Comrmissioners Invites
Interested parties to submit a Bid to provide a landfill
for the construction and road debris dumping and dis-
posal of excess excavated earth material services.
To obtain additional information concerning this an-
nouncement, please visit the Citrus County Website atl
www.bocc.citrus.fl.us. and select the second link on
the left for "Bids", or call Citrus County/Purchasing (352)
527-5457.
Submittals are to be made to Pamela L Paulk Office of
Management & Budget. 3600 West Sovereign Path.
Suite 266, Lecanto. FL 34461 by 2:00 PM on Otober I.
2008 and the Public Opening Is scheduled for 2:15 PM
on the same date and address, suite 226.
Anyone requiring reasonable accommodations at this
meeting because of a disability or physical impairment
should contact the Office of Management & Budget
at (352) 527-5457 at least two days before the Public
Opening. If you are hearing or speech impaired, use
the TDD telephone (352) 527-5312.
CITRUS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Joyce Valentino, Chairwoman

Published one (1) time In the Citrus County Chronicle,
September 14,2008.

999-0914 TU/W/SUCRN
PUBUC NOTICE
CM ACCEPTING BIDS: FOR CFCC
(CITRUS CO) PROJECT
Sealed bids for furnishing of all labor, materials, and
equipment and performing all work necessary and In-
cidental to the CFCC Citrus County Instructionl Center
will be received by ACA Construction Group, LLC Con-
struction Manager for CFCC no later than Thursday,
October 9,2008 at 2:00 pm local time at ACA Con-
struction Group's office located at 121 S.W. 8th Street,
Ocala, FL 34471. (Tel 352-624-1079 fax 352-624-0925
Email: offlce@acaconstruction.com). The bids will be
clocked in and recorded with the date and time of re-
ceipt. Only those bids receiving a recorded time on or
before the bid submission deadline will be opened, re-
viewed and considered.
All Bidders must be Pre-Qualiled by ACA Construction
Group, LLC, the Construction Manager for CFCC, ten
(10) days pdrior to bid date. Bidders may obtain (1) set
of Contract Documents (set of. drawings, project man-
ual, and bid package/scope book) from ACA Con-
struction Group, LLC, 121 S.W. 8th St., Ocala, for a
non-refundable fee of $200.00 made payable to ACA
Construction Group. Documents will be available on
Monday, September 15,2008. Pre-Bid meetings will be
held on Wednesday, September 18, 2008 at the
jobsite. Please contact ACA office for the times pertt-
nent to your scope of bid.
The project is app. 35,000 SF student services center.
Scope Includes earthwork, utilities, drainage, concrete.
masonry, structural metal framing, Joists, roofing, siding
panel, wood & metal doors, storefront, hardware, glaz-
ing, plaster & gypsum board, ceilings, flooring, wall fin-
Ishes, acoustical treatment, lab equipment, casework,
fire suppression, elevators, plumbing, HVAC (Chiller sys-
tem) and electrical.

Published two (2) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
September 9, 10 and 14,2008.

317-0914 SUCRN
9/24 meeting Citrus County Construction Licensing
PUBUC NOTICE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
THE CITRUS COUNTY CONSTRUCTION LICENSING AND
APPEALS BOARD WILL CONDUCT A MEETING ON
SEPTEMBER 24, 2008 AT 2:00 P.M., AT THE LECANTO
GOVERNMENT BUILDING, 3600 W. SOVEREIGN PATH, RM
166 LECANTO, FLORIDA 34461.
SCHEDULED TO MEET THE BOARD ARE:
1. GERALD LONG. to meet the Board for approval to
take exam for Electrical Contractor.
CITATIONS:
ADAM SPA[E Case #2008-076 Citation #0813 -
"Engage In the business or act In the capacity or ad-
vertise himself or herself or a business organization as
available to engage In the business or act In the ca-
paclty of a contractor without being duly registered or
certified or having a certificate of authority."
ROY LOWDERMILK Case #2008-078 Citation #0812 -
"Engage In the business or act In the capacity or ad-
vertise himself or herself or a business organization as
available to engage In the business or act In the ca-
pacity of a contractor without belng duly registered or
certified or having a certificate of authority."
TERRY BERNDT Case #2008-079 Cltation #0814 -
Engage In the business or act In the capacity or ad-
vertise himself or herself or a business organization as
available to engage In the business or act In the ca-
pacity of a contractor without being duly registered or
certified or having a certificate of authority."
JEFFREY WELCH Case #2008-083 Citation #0816 -
"Engage in the business or act in the capacity or ad-
vertise himself or herself or a business organization as
available to engage In the business or act In the ca-
pacify of a contractor without being duly registered or
certified or having a certificate of authority."
TONY GOULD Case #2008-084 Citation #0817 -
Engage In the business or act In the capacity or ad-
vertise himself or herself or a business organization as
available to engage in the business or act In the ca-
pacity of a contractor without being duly registered or
certified or having a certificate of authority."
ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLAINTS:


903-0922 SU/MCRN
Prof. services for CRHS and CRPS
PUBUC NOTICE
NOTICE FOR PROCUREMENT OF
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
Pursuant to Sections 287.055, Flodda Statutes, the State
of Florida's Consultants' CompetitivE Negotiations Act.
and the State Requirements for Educational Facilities
2007, the School Board of Citrus County. Florida will
consider the contracting of Construction Managers to
provide professional services for Sitework, Renovations,
Remodeling & Additions to:
Crystal River High School and
Crystal River Primary School

Business entities Interested in providing such services to
Citrus County Public Schools are hereby notified that
sealed statements of qualifications for providing the re-
quired services must be received by 4:00 p.m. local
time. Tuesday, October 7,2008 at Citrus County Public
Schools, District Services Center, Building 100, Facilities
& Construction Department (basement, receptionist's
desk). 1007 West Main Street, Inverness, Florida, 34450.
Business entities submitting for BO~1 schools shal submit
IlNE (9) sealed statements of qualifications for EACH
school for a total of IGHTEEN (18) sealed statements of
qualifications.
Business entities submitting for OQE school shall submit
NiNE (9) sealed statements of qualifications.
To be considered for Crystal River High School, business
entities shall be bondable to at least $50,000,000.
To 69e considered for Crystal River Primary School, busi-
ness entities shall be bondable to at least $10,000,000.
To be considered for both schools, business entities
shall be bondable to at least $60,000,000.
Information and Instructions for completing and submis-
sion of the Statement of Qualifications, and all ad-
denda If Issued, may be obtained from Citrus County
Public Schools. District Services Center. Building 100, Fa-
cilities & Construction Department (basement, recep-
tionist's desk). 1007 West Main Street, Inverness. Florida.
34450. In order to receive notice of supplemental Infor-
mation, responses, addenda, or clarifications) re-
garding the RFQ, firms must register via facsimile letter
to Cindy Richards at (352) 726-1234. Only firms formally
registered per above will be notified.
A person or affiliate who has been placed on the con-
.victed vendor list following a conviction for a public
entity crime may not submit a proposal on a contract
to provide any goods or services to a public entity.
may not submit a proposal on a contract with a public
entity for the construction or repair of a public building
or public work, may not submit bids on leases of real
property to a public entity, may not be awarded or
perform work as a contractor, supplier, subcontractor,
or consultant under a contract with any public entity,
and may not transact business with any public entity in
excess of the threshold amount provided In Section
287.017, for Category Two for a period of 36 months
from the date of being placed on the convicted ven-
dor list.
Citrus County Public Schools reserves the right to waive
any Informality In the selection process, to subdivide
and award the work to more than one firm and to re-
Ject any or all Statements of Qualifications.
Published four (4) times in the Citrus County Chronicle.
September 14,15,21 and 22,2008.


308-0914 SUCRN
(9/24 Sale-Dunnellon) Shader Brothers Corp.
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
PERSONAL PROPERTY OF THE FOLLOWING TENANTS WILL
BE SOLD FOR CASH TO SATISFY RENTAL LIENS IN
ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA STATUTES, SELF STOR-
AGE
FACILITY ACT, SECTIONS 83-8Q6 AND 83-807:
Personal Mini Storage Dunnellon
UNIT# 17 PEGGY ROY
UNIT # 71 DEREK VANDERHEYDEN
CONTENTS MAY INCLUDE KITCHEN, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS,
BEDDING, LUGGAGE. TOYS, GAMES, PACKED CAR-
TONS, FURNITURE, TOOLS, CLOTHING, TRUCKS, CARS,
ETC. THERE'IS NO TITLE FOR THE VEHICLES SOLD AT LIEN
SALE. OWNERS RESERVE THE RIGHT TO BID ON UNITS.
LIEN SALE TO BE HELD ON THE PREMISES, 09/24/08 AT
2 P.M. VIEWING WILL BE AT THE TIME OF THE SALE ONLY.
Personal Mini Storage Dunnellon
11955 N. Florida Ave., Dunnellon, FL 34434
Published two (2) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
September 7 and 14, 2008.

314-0914 SUCRN
10/14 public hearing Citrus County BOCC
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of County
Commissioners of Citrus County, Florida, sitting as the
Governing Body of the Citrus County Municipal Service
Benefit Unit for Water and Wastewater Utility Services
will hold a public hearing In the Citrus County Court-
house Board Room. 110 N. Apopko Avenue, Inverness.
Florida, 34450 at 2:30 P.M. on Tuesday, October 14.
2008 for the purpose of hearing public comment to
consider whether it is in the public's best Interest to per-
form work using the local government's own services,
employees, and equipment on the water main con-
struction on CR 491, Oak Ridge to Quail Run. Anyone
not attending the hearing but who wishes to make
comments shall do so in writing and address same to
the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners, 110
North Apopka Avenue, Inverness, Florida 34450. Said
comments must be received prior to 12:00 Noon on
Monday, October 13, 2008.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by
the Board of County Commissioners with respect to
any matter considered at this public hearing he will
need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceed-
ings Is made which record shall include the testimony
and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at
this meeting because of a disability or physical Impair-
ment should contact the County Administrator's Office.
110 N. Apopka Avenue, Inverness, Florida 34450. (352)
341-6560 at least two days before the meeting. If you
are hearing or speech Impaired, use the TDD tele-
phone (352) 341-6580.
JOYCE VALENTINO
CHAIRWOMAN
Published one (1) time In the Citrus County Chronicle,
September 14,2008.


316-0914 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Citrus County Board
of County Commissioners will meet in Special Meeting
for the purpose of conducting an ATTORNEY/CUENT
SESSION on Tuesday, September 23, 2008, at 11:00
o'clock AM. in the Commission Meeting Room, Citrus
County Courthouse, 110 North Apopka Avenue. Inver-
ness, Florida, for the purpose of commencing on
attorney/client session pursuant to Section 286.011(8),
Florida Statuites. The purpose of the ATTORNEY/CUENT
SESSION will be to discuss settlement negotiations and
litigation strategy including, but not limited to, an
action styled: Mark Bentley. P.A. v. Citrus County. a
political subdivision of the State of Florida. Case No.:
2008-CA-4263.
Pursuant to said statute, the Board will meet In open
session and subsequently commence the
attorney/cllent session which Is estimated to be ap-
proximately one-half (1/2) hour in duration. At the
conclusion of the ATTORNEY/CUENT SESSION the meet-
ing shall be reopened.'
Those persons to be in attendance at this
ATTORNEY/CUENT SESSION are as follows:
Commissioner Joyce Valentino
Commissioner Vicldki Philllips
Commissioner John Thrumston
Commissioner Dennis Domato
Commissioner Gary Bartell
Anthony J. Schembrd, County Administrator
Robert B. Battista, County Attorney
Gregg R. Brennan, Assistant County Attorney
Representative of Joy Hayes Official Court Reporters
Joyce Valentino, Chairwoman
Board of County Commissioners
of Citrus County, Florida
Published one (1) time in the Citrus County Chronicle,
September 14, 2008.


319-0914 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
REQUEST FOR BIDS
NE 7th Avenue Culvert Replacement
BID No. 08-B-09
The City of Crystal River will receive sealed Bids In tripli-
cate for NE 7th Avenue Culvert Replacement Project.
You are hereby Invited to submit a bid on the above
referenced project:
OWNER: City of Crystal River-
123 NW Highway 19
Crystal River, FL 34428
Bids will be received until 10:00 AM, on Tuesday,
September 30th, 2008, at which time they will be
opened and read aloud In Council Chambers at
Crystal River City Hall.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Perform all work and furnish all
necessary labor, equipment, material, and transporta-
tion necessary to complete the work as caoiled for in
the Contract Documents for the construction of the NE
7th Avenue Culvert Replacement. Bidding of the
CULVERT REPLACEMENT Includes, but Is not limited to,
thefollowing:
Clearing and Grubbing
Excavation
RFll
Installation of Sod
Erosion Control
Maintenance of Traffic
Cut and replace 125 SY of asphalt paving
Cut and replace 6 SY of Concrete Sidewalk
Replacement of 40 LF of 8" Force Main with 8" PVC
DR-18 Pipe.'
Replacement of 60 LF of existing 6" ACP water main
and replace with 6" PVC DR-18 Pipe.
Remove existing 16" CMP and construct 42 LF of
new
18" RCP with end-treatments (per FDOT Index no.
250).
The Owner will evaluate the bids and the awards) will
be made to the bidder with the best combination of
qualifications, experience, cost and other criteria at
the City's discretion.
ALL BIDDERS must be qualified for the type of work for
which the BID is submitted. Three (3) copies of each
BID must be enclosed In an opaque envelope and
plainly marked:

"BID FOR NE 7th AVENUE CULVERT REPLACEMENT.
BID NO. 08-B-09" AND.THE NAME OF THE BIDDER
AND HIS ADDRESS
BIDS SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO:
CITY OF CRYSTAL RIVER
CAROL A. HARRINGTON, CITY CLERK
123 NW HIGHWAY 19
CRYSTAL RIVER, FL 34428
All contract documents may be examined at City
Hall.
No BIDS may be withdrawn for a period of SIXTY (60)
days after closing time scheduled for receipt of BIDS.
The OWNER reserves the right to reject any and aoil BIDS
for any reason whatsoever and waive all Informalities.
THE OWNER ALSO RESERVES THE RIGHT TO SELECT THE
BID RESPONSE THAT IN ITS SOLE DETERMINATION BEST
MEETS ITS BUSINESS NEEDS.
No Pre-Bid conference will be held. Bidder shall con-
taot Engineer If additional information Is needed during
bid preparation.
Bid documents. Including plans and specifications,
may be obtained after September 11th. 2008 upon
payment of a non-refundable fee of $50, by contact-
ing the DRMP. Inc at.

4110 SW 34th Street, Suite 8
Gainesville. Florida 32608
Phone 352.371.2741 Fax 352.372.4318
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SUGARMILL WOODS RENTAL Tw,
bedroom hvo balh two car garage home II
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everything this is il! Short nde To the
Sunroasl Parkway. Cryslal River, shops and
waier Sugarmill Woods is a beautiful deed
re-tncied golf course community
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Homosassa Waterfront, 3/2................................$... 1,500
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Beverly Hills 2...........................................................$600
Hernando 2/1 .............................................................$550
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everything ihis is ill Short ride lo Ihe
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waier Sugarmill Woods is a beauillul deed
resiricled golf cCurse commurniry
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Homosassa Waterfront, 3/2................................$ 1,500
Hwy. 19 Commercial Office.....................................$895
Beverly Hills 2/1 .......................................................$595
Beverly Hills 2...........................................................$600
Hernando 2/1 .............................................................$550
Inverness Waterfront 3/2.........................................$750


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Real Estate DIGEST


Realty investors group
to meet Thursday
Jairek Robbins, son of Tony
Robbins, will share his father's
teachings at the general meeting of
the Citrus Realty Investors
Group at 11:30 a.m. Thursday at
Cockadoodles Caf6, 1935 S.E. U.S
19, Crystal River..
There is no cost for the meeting
due to our sponsor, Dan Auito, but
seating will be limited to 75. This
meeting is open to the public.
Lunch can be purchased during the
meeting.
Citrus Realty Investors Group is
growing, Bring your real estate
deals, and bring plenty of business
cards. Come build your network.
For more information, call John
Ybarra, Citrus Realty Investors
Group, at 228-7523 or e-mail
CeresHomes@Earthlink.net.
Pilon joins Century 21
Nature Coast
Hugh Tolle, broker/owner of Cen-
tury 21 Nature Coast Realty in
Crystal River, is pleased to an-
nounce that Dennis Pilon, broker
associate, has joined his firm in the
capacity of sales manager.
Pilon brings more than 30 years
of real estate sales and manage-


ment experience beginning in Lan-
caster, Pa., in 1976 and continuing
to Sarasota from 1989 until 2001,
when he moved to Citrus County.
Pilon is a licensed Florida real
estate instructor and is the owner of
the Nature Coast Real Estate Insti-
tute LLC, a full-service real estate
school located in Beverly Hills. He
is also Citrus County's only certified
Real Estate Success Coach
(CRESC), providing one-on-one
success coaching to real estate
professionals.
Pilon is a member of the Real-


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tors Association of Citrus County
and serves as secretary of the
Board of Directors and as a mem-
ber of the Education Committee.
He is the co-chairman of the Real-
tors Outreach Citrus Committee
(ROCC), which supports local com-
munity charities through fundraising
and donations. Pilon serves on the
Leadership Council for Take Stock
in Children of Citrus/Levy and also
serves on several committees at
the Florida Association of Realtors.

See DIGEST/Page E23


Call Today And Experience The Curb Appeal Advantage.

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APPE George E. L'Heureux (352) 637 CURB (2872) 2619 East Gulf to Lake Hwy. 112
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b |Tr.mt h d o ausTuh l 1R313 nTir. a LF, Gmiaeat 4387 N. SADDLETREE 64 WILD PIN268 W. SUGARMAPLE
604 SPRUCE room with wood stove, and much more. This 512 S. MONROE Thi stom h fat 4BR 640 Comelake Pook atthisbeauful 2BR5BAlocatedin
| Two bedroom two bath home. Fenced in yard, home shows like new w/too many updates to Enjoy lots of upgrades and updates, a fireplace ii a urter office/den Hills. Enjoy this lite community close to all the area iet neighborhood near irry dodos. soing, & various
mn quiet evention sitnj by yourlaetna& woro m in living room, and a beautiful refinished solar wpossible in-law paaneed o has ti just instedl.ed.
newer eof water softener, wood laminate mehteings En oy you r de garage wpho h at oe home enjoy a relaxing eeingiyour backyard
throughout home, open kitchen, and much stve This home s has a separate entrance heated pool. This large home is sure to please 3 full baths & 3 car garage. Huge private has t frt sr. BA and hat a Florda room in c ve r. i
moreMake an offer on this short sale. the te t BR for the perfect inaw with 2BR, 2BAand a 2 cargarage. lanai /poo00Ths home has it all. the back ant nice flooring and updates. See this r
$79,900. guest suite. $99,SOO $134,900 $399,900. wellriced beauty today. $75,000. Forws Ridge Blvd to L en Suasamiple ie. Home on sight.




6300 ANNA JO E. FOSTER C. 5071 W. KRISNA
3BR, 2BA home located on .50 acre comer lot. Room for 747 EMERY 2400 FOREST SPACIOu.LI; '2 POOL HOME 4201 S. RAINBOW I ". t I i :T,- :
pool, RV, et. Florida room, Terrazzo floors in bedrooms, This 2BR, 2BA end unit is close to shopping, 2 great condos available: Estates w large amy room, huge lana, Put on your rose-cored glasses and add your own garage ano large lanaiiscreen room wim a no0
and nice open living room. Oversized garage wth a large restaurants, stores, and more. Large eat in kitchen, i158: Furnished and renovated with new flooring 24o4 carport or RV or bout and fenced yar d a fishing touches to this home. 4BR, 3BA, one acre t 0b. Lots o H ter inom
laundry area inside. $115,000 DilFrom 41 N make a office space, cherry wood laminate floors, open Home sits on 1 acr on cul-de-sac with 3-car a pool, mostly eced in, and acks up t $124,500 From Hwey. 44, enter into
letonApopka Takeitalllthewaytotheend.L onAnnaJo layout, nice skylights to bring in natural lighting. and glass Florida room. 1st floor. $73,900. garage. New A/C system. Call today to see this Holden Park. Handymen and Investors wanted. Cysa Oaks, to lef onto KstinaLoop & to the
& then R. on Garcia. Home is diectlyon the comer. Extra parking in rear. $115,000 #154: Fumrnished and just $70,000. charming home. $229,900 $139,900 homeon the righ.
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3389 W. EARLY ..
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a'Y9- ,' 54 I, r -,. 1 896 a aSTATELY O A K S as.i, ,,'1., *',: r,0.,: s r. ,.t. rd., r,.. T, ,: c .: r':, .:,lr, ,:', r,,,;, l.',,i T,, .b ri.-" ra" 3 ia,'. jra.r lr,r, .,:,l I r, rai, ,.;. :.,
Thi home i tastefully decorated, has lots of 3BR, 2BA home with city water & sewer. Nice refrigerator, glass-top stove, central VAC. Living overlooking a panoramic view of the property. and a beautiful stone fireplace. This home has This home has a warm comfortable feel the
square footage and lots of custom upgrades size lot, large pantry, walk-in closet & ready Water by Bass water filter. Social membership This dream come true is by appointment only. new top-of-the-line appliances. See this beauty moment you enter it. See this beauty today.
A Must See. $179,000 for you. Owners MOTIVATED. $ 102,000 required. $129,900 Call today. $659,000 today. $112,000. $87,500


Special to the Chronicle
Keller Williams Realty of Citrus County opened its new of-
fice with a ribbon cutting Thursday on State Road 44 West
in Lecanto, next to the Board of Realtors building. Keller
Williams Realty has been open for more than 2 1/2 years,
and the team is very proud of the new building. Call Keller
Williams Realty at 746-7113.


E4SUN- SEPTEMBER 14 2008


DIGEST GUIDE
* Notes sent without photos will not be reprinted with them.


Sherri C. Parker & Associates
Realtors, LLC
626 N. Citrus Ave.. Crystal River, FL 34428
352-795-3322 office 352-527-8090 cell
website: www SherriCParker.com e-mail : CitrusrealtorC@aol.com

5400 E. Live Oak, Inverness
',re. H ,n: %., 4w? l i CF M w 44, N-
Live Oalks., ic' nom.r on igrdrt Lr.a, for p.,.A :,.-r."
IMMACULATE HOME
WITH SO MUCH SPACE!
Tr- T n. .,rnaes crharmer iIocale o,, 707 acre
ana crone io l ,wn docoir nolsio l rr._op,ng
II I 5,., FP nEwe, '00l FR 2-csr arag, R1
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Kelly 476-8536 Ellie 287-3997
Email: Kelly@remaxacnet
www.KalyGoddard-gllieSuttonatet I


227 S. JACKSON ST. r -
BEVERLY HILLS '
* Lovely 2BD/2BA/2CG -Newer Roof &A/C
* Living & Family Rms. Well maintained
* Pretty neighborhood 1644 sf. living
Peter & Marvin Koroel Realtors-
(352) 527-7842 (352) 422-3875


BRENMWOOD
culate detach 2'2'2 ,eB., Ior
Jiate occupancy r,1i.nl.r.ar.r yre
I community has :-,:ia me err,.. p r .,,I. f
, pool and fitr.e -" .: r.rra CCniraii,
d. Underground uL.ims. REDUED
Vickd Love 352-697-0712


INVERNESS HIGHLANDS WEST 7
Nice & Clean 3BR, 1.5BA, Tri Level
home with side entry garage. Liv rm, r
family rm/fireplace, updated kitchen,
central H/A, ready for immediate
occupancy.
Vic McDonald 352-637-6200
Charles Kelly 352-422-2387


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PINE RIDGE PRICED RIGHT JUST REDUCED GREAT BUY"
2002 POOL HOME NEW LISTING Lovely Sugarmilt Woods 3/2/2 Home. Split
:32/2CA O HOMEt.g -NE Ti floor plan, formal LR/DR. Re-roof in'04, new
3/2/2CAR 1650 sq. ft. living A/C in '02. Lots of sliders, large screened
Lg. nook plus dining MOVE RIGHT IN! porch. Great landscape. Nice 2 car garage w/
l GEILA EN LISHB UYER'S S P ECIALIST I work area. Exterior painted Jan. '08. Deep
GElIA ENGLISH BUYER'S SPECIALIST greenbelt at rear. Come and take a look!!
IM KEnILY/ELUE TEAM 0 ENMAX
Email: g.engrish@remax.net Lou Nalley (352) 257-9016
CeU 352-249-6961 Office 352-527-7842 Email: lounalley@tampabay.rr.comr


GREAT STARTER ME DELIGHTFUL
2 bedroom, 2 bath with I DELIG HTFUL
gi. enc. lanai on quiet street in the 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in the
Hills of Avalon close to school. heart of town in Spring Gardens.
Call today. Close to library, and shopping.
NANCY BOWDISH (352) 628-7800 NANCY BOWDISH (352) 628-7800
Direch (352) 422-0296 Direct (352) 422-0296
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Beverly Hills Cutie YANKEETOWN COTTAGE HOME
2 or 3 Bedroom
Family Room Key West style living at a fraction of the
SFaNewly Reshinled Roof cost. This quaint and peaceful home is a
New A Rplesned Roof short walk to river, boat launch, marina,
Sew1 Car Carport park and fine dining on the waterfront. [
S1Car CnarporG Schabruch, (352) 795-2441
Debra Pilny (352) 637-6200 Smail: geny mac 2441
HomelnCitrusCounty.com www.genysrealestate.com


LEXINGTON HOME IN OAK VILLAGE
- 3/2/2 w/.31 Acres 1:
SHOWS BRAND NEW
17" "Tile& Lush Carpet "
Gourmet Kitchen w/Breakfast Bar
Like NEW Appliances
Public Water/Sewer
Danny Underwood inteqniy Selling Specialist (352) 586-1743
Email: Forida.LifeStyle@holma.icom


JOE LOPEZ (352) 637-6200
Direct: (352) 220-8405


FIVE WOODED ACRES PRICED RIGHT!.
Beautiful acreage parcel in South Citrus County
is the best priced tract in the area. Nice
rectangular tract located on a paved road just a : -
short drive to area amenities. Horse lovers will
enjoy this one just a few miles t6 the state
forest. Your own piece of heaven.
Steve Vamnadoe 795-2441 or 795-9661
Email: stevevarnadoe(remax.net


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B irdwatching is a frugal ac-
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way to connect with your
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more than simply watching birds.
Birdwatching includes
bird names and their
categories, range of
habitat, activities, field
markings, patterns and
songs, too.
GETTING HOOKED
ON BIRDING: Attract-
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difficult. Simply supply
adequate food, water
and-shelter. If you want Sara
to become an avid en- rA...
thusiast, you can photo- LIV
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nesting areas, grow spe-
cialized plants, learn more about
specific birds, join or start a club,
and keep a journal.
If you take the hobby route,
you'll soon discover that events
often include trips to stalk specific
or more elusive and rare birds. It's
extremely rewarding to identify
one you've never seen before.
Events can be found throughout
the world and frequently offer fun
activities such as boating, hiking,


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photo contests, workshops, book
signing, exhibits and keynote
speakers.
You don't have to leave home to
observe wild birds because your
own backyard can attract many,
but it's a lot more fun to
venture out on a trip.
One -frugal trip can be
to a nature center. If
you don't have a field
guide or binoculars,
look into borrowing
backpacks that have
the basic gear you'll
need for a day of fun.
Call your closest nature
Noel center, and ask about
r t L upcoming events.
,SNG FAMILY FUN AT
HOME: You can make
homemade feeders,
birdbaths and suet inexpensively.
Feeders can be constructed using
an empty plastic milk jug, alu-
minum can or two-liter pop bottle
with an opening cut out.
Create a birdbath easily from a
large (16-inch-wide or larger) clay
pot and saucer. Spray with clear
acrylic sealing spray. (You might
be able to find a. waterproof
saucer.) Turn the clay.pot upside
See FRUGAL/Page E10


WILLIAMS-SONOMA/AP ohotc
The Wright tempered glass
and polished nickel dining
table from Pottery Barn re-
flects a trend toward shiny fur-


nishings.


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For current property transactions,
use the search features on the Cit-
rus County Property Appraiser's
Web site, www.pa.citrus.fl.us.


Print or painting -


type of art makes a difference


Dear John: This old-look-
ing picture and frame is
signed L. Gagneau in
the lower left and'has "The Fer-
ryman" in small yel-
low print just right of
center on the bot-
tom. It is approxi-
mately 11 by 13 g
inches. I Googled "L.
Gagneau" and found
a painting attributed 4.
to him called "The
Ferryman-." How-
ever, it looks like a L
honeymoon couple John S
on a canal in Venice.
Do you have any info S|KOR
on this picture, as to AT
what it .is and the
value? -M.B., Internet
Dear M.: "The French artist
Paul Leon Gagneau died in
1910; his date of birth is un-
known. He painted genre, land-
scapes, portraits and more. He
belonged to.various artists' as-
sociations and exhibited in
-Paris. I think you should have
the picture looked at to deter-
mine whether you have a print


i


or a painting.
Dear John: Attached is a doc-
ument containing some infor-
mation about and pictures of a
dining room table
and chairs that I kept
my parents from giv-
ing away with their
home when they
moved to a smaller
Place.
It is a gate-leg
") drop-leaf mahogany
table with six chairs.
The table has 1924
korski and, Mount Vernon
stenciled on the bot-
SKIS tom. There are no
IC identifying marks.
The table was pur-
chased at an estate in the mid-
1930s. The chairs are from the
1950s and were .reupholstered
about 11 years ago. They have a
carved floral pattern at the top
of the chair back. The table and
chairs have rarely been used,
perhaps two --or three times
since 1971.
Based on the information in
the document with the pictures.


Special to the Chronicle
This framed artwork, signed L. Gagneau, should be examined to de-
termine whether it's a print or a painting.

-do you have any idea about the in excellent condition. My
value of the set, or even who the grandmother, who lived in Vir-
manufacturer was? The table is ginia. was the individual who


purchased the table at an estate-
sale and then got the chairs
about 20 years later. Thanks in
advance for any information
you can provide. C.D.. Inter-
net
Dear C.D.: The table and
chairs, although of different
style, are 20th century repro-
ductions of early to mid-19th
century styles. The overall
quality appears to be good. I
think you would be better to
keep them for use. Short of
good luck, .the price you end up
with will be less than an equal
quality set would cost in the
new furniture marketplace. If
you get more than $250 for the
table and chairs -you will be
-lucky Good luck:
Dear John: I read the article
about Charles Lindbergh mem-
orabilia in your column- For
what it is worth. my husband
wvorked-on-the Lindbergh es-
tate in Paramus. N.Y. when he
was 16 and 17 years old..-He
worked. as a gardener, a hired

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$235,900 SANTANA DR.
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9930 N. CHERRY LAKE 10071 N. EMERALD WAY 10144 N. EMERALD WAY 8991 N GOLFVIEW
$319,900 179 0 N r $150,000 $139,000
$319,900 $179,900 Never lived in 2006, 3/2/2 home, Great 3-2-2 home on large comer lot, split
Custom Built, 3/2/2 pool 4/2/2 home. .50 acre. great rm., w/bay window, dining pntled kitchen & din/rm extra Igansai
home on 1 exceptional acre. Family room. Great exterior area & airy kitchen, breakfast bar, well maintained, used only a few months
9.112400 deck. Shed. #322656 sliders to lanai. #325981 out of each year. A/C new 2004. #328828


9838 N.
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7940 N PRIMROSE DR
1148 W. BRIDGE DR. $134,900
$140,500 This 3-2-2 home has great rm.,
3/2/2 home, dining rm., an large eat-in kit. Appliances are
Spti s sh 1/2 r included along with central vac, full
addl. patio slab, shed, 1/2 acre. landscaping and a sprinkler system
#322852 #325446


9791 N LORETTA WAY -W -. ..-
$129,500 9356 JOURDEN DR. 8280 N. MANUETTA DR. 7142 N. HERITAGE DR.
$139,900 $179,900 $239,000
Mitch Underwood built 3/2/2 home still under Never lived in 4/2/2 on an oversized /2 pool home. Includes great rm.,
3/2/2 home in a desirable construction and time to pick kitchen, forma in at includes upgraded oak cabinets wih pull-
location, #328596 some ,: o,r fOur ,c r: H328349 :i.:hen-, rarl ; a outs in the kit island,: double pantry &


3502 W. BURGUNDY 1236 W. ALEXANDER DR.
$154,900 $165,900
New 3/2/2 home. Great room. Dining New 3/2/2, Comer lot home.
area. Kitchen. Berber carpet. Appliance package included, screened
Cabinets. Plant shelves. Covered lanai full andscain. #300086
In,-,a; /3 3I lni ullnsaig 308


2360 ERIC DR. 9481 N. GRECO TERR. 9230 N. ELLIOT WAY 8935 N QUARRY DR. 9213 N ELLIOT 2175 W. GARDENIA DR.
$69,900 $102,500 $94,900 r $127,800 $76,000 $94,900
This 2/1.5 home is ready, and 2/2/1 ove-in condition. 2/2 Home w/2 car port. 3-2-2 located in Citrus Springs golf Nice 2/1 home at a great price. Central Pretty yard with nice trees and pfivac
we do mean ready to ove into, Corner lot. Nicely a report course community. Cose to El Diablo, air, large laundry rm. w/new stacked fence. 2/1 home has large den as we
just dormng read toovnth ClR., dining area, wood- shopping and schools. It won't last long washer & dryer. Fenced-in yard. This as living room. Extra large laundry
just bring your toothbrush, landscaped. #321317 burning fireplace. #310934 at this price. #327478 one won't last at this price. #328833 room and a wonderful Flodda room.
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$147,000
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plan with family rm. and dining r
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fenced in and there is an extra i
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ITRUS SPRINGS $12S,000 HILLS $215,900
ITRUS SPRINGS Short sale bring all offers $128,000 $142,000 Unique 3/2/2 Citrus Hills pool/home
$124,900 3/2/2 nice home with split bedroom 2-1.5-1 condo in Parkside This lovely 2-2, large Morrison w/fireplace. Entering through the
lily room, appliances, fans, plan. Open floor plan. Ceramic tile in Village. 55+ community. Large built home, sits on a beautiful front double doors you'll find a 12 x 8
backyard, lanai w/tinted large eat-in kitchen, bathrooms. screened lanai, new appl. lot with a great view. #328319 foyer. Foyer leads to mstr. bdrm., kit.
lass windows. #316947 #325648 #327221 din/area and laundry rm. #328655


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$224,900 e CRYSTAL RIVER
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$119,500
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w/new apple A great palno and
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man for Otto Bergman's Nurs-
ery, trimming trees, weeding,
etc., for two years. He then
joined the Air Force as a young
18-year-old. He is now 83 years
young. -L.B., Inverness
Dear LB.: I am glad you
wrote and shared your Remem-
ber When triggered by the
question about the Lindbergh
tapestry. As always, any com-
ment, especially Remember
When moments triggered by
subjects in this column, are en-
couraged.
Dear John: I read an article
in the newspaper some time
ago and I am wondering if you
can help me. I have a music box
dated Oct. -9, 1953, that was
made by or in Brevettato, Ill. It
is made out of inlaid wood,
plays Santa Lucia and is very
beautiful.
The interesting part to me is
that it is a cigarette holder with
three shelves of eight sleeves. It
is very unique to me. I have
never seen anything like it. It is
well-detailed and in excellent
condition. I hope you can help
me out with some info and
value. B.L., Internet
Dear B.L: I would be glad to
help you if you will help me. I
need good, clear photographs
of the inside, outside, top and
bottom, including dimensions
and any notations that appear
on the box.
Dear John: I have a painting
that my sister gave to me and
would like more information on
it or the artist, Fred Money. The
painting looks like the Old Man
and the Sea, but I am not sure.
-AJ., Homosassa
Dear AJ.: Fred Money, 1882-
1956, was a French artist. If you
would like an opinion of dollar
value for your painting, I need
good, clear photographs. Make
sure to include the dimensions
and any information that ap-
pears on the front or back.


John Sikorski has been a
professional in the antiques
business for more than 20
years. He hosts a call-in radio
show, Sikorski's Attic, on
WJUF (90.1 FM) Saturdays
from 11 a.m. to noon. Send
questions to Sikorski's Attic,
c/o The Citrus County Chroni-
cle, 1624 N. Meadowcrest
Blvd., Crystal River, FL 34429,
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Frugal fall vegetable garden takes planning


High prices at
the pump and
the produce
aisle have sent home
gardeners into their
yards with a mission
of grow-it-yourself
dining. According to
W Atlee Burpee &
Co., the nation's
largest seed company,
twice as many seeds
were sold this year as
were sold last year.
If your dinner plate


Joan Br
FLOOR
FRIE
LIVI


is in need of high-quality pro-
duce, your body craves some
constructive exercise, and your
pocketbook could stand to save a
few pennies, why not revisit the
old "Victory Garden" concept in
your own back yard. If you have
never had a vegetable garden be-
fore, now would be a great time
to devote a part of your land-
scape to growing vegetables.
Take a little time to plan your fall
vegetable garden layout by fol-
lowing a few easy steps:
Garden Location: Locate the
garden on a site close to a source
of water with at least six hours of
direct sunlight Vegetables may
also be included in your land-
scape among ornamental plants.
Where possible, don't plant the
same kinds of vegetables in the
same spot year after year. This


will help with pest
management in the
future.
N Garden Plan: Be-
fore planting, make a
paper plan, including
which vegetables you
intend to plant, where
you will plant them,
adshaw and when they need
IDA- I to be planted. Home
gardeners can use the
IDLY Florida Vegetable
ING Gardening Guide to
help develop your
plan. This bulletin can be ob-
tained at Citrus County Exten-
sion or viewed online at
edis.ifas.ufl.edu/VH021.
Soil Preparation: While
most gardeners plant on what-
ever soil is available, your gar-
dening success will be greatly
improved if you apply com-
posted organic materials to your
garden. Spade or rototill the plot
at least three weeks before plant-
ing. Then, rework the soil into a
fine firm seedbed at planting
time. Organic materials such as
animal manure, rotted leaves,
compost, and cover crops im-
prove water and nutrient hold-
ing capacity of our sandy soils.
Thoroughly mix in the organic
at least a month before seeding.
While you are working on your
vegetable garden plot, be sure to


have your soil pH tested prior to
getting started. The pH of your
soil is particularly important in
determining nutrient availability
to plants. The ideal soil pH range
for vegetable gardens on sandy
soil is between pH 5.8 and 6.3.
Citrus County Master Gardener
Volunteers offer a soil pH testing
service for $3. More extensive
soil tests can be done at the Uni-
versity of Florida.
N Plant Selection: In Septem-
ber, many cool-season vegetables
can be planted in the garden, in-
cluding beets, broccoli, Brussels


sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauli-
flower, collards, kale, kohlrabi,
leek, lettuce, mustard, onions
and radish. In October, you can
plant Chinese cabbage, spinach
and strawberries. These vegeta-
bles are best started from trans-
plants but many can be
direct-seeded. If you seed them
directly into the soil, keep the
ground moist while it's still warm
to give them a good start. Keep
them well-watered if you trans-
plant, too. The later you start, the
smarter it becomes to transplant
to cut the time to maturity


Citrus County Extension links
the public with the University of
Florida/IFAS's knowledge, re-
search, and resources to address
youth, family, community, and
agricultural needs. Programs
and activities offered by the Ex-
tension Service are available to
all persons without regard to
race, color, handicap, sex, reli-
gion or national origin.

Dr Joan Bradshaw is the
University of Florida/IFAS
Extension Service Director in
Citrus County. Call 527-5700.


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SuNDAY SEfmMBiER 14,2008 M1


Milkweeds in the genus once est
Asclepias grow natu- root mal
rally throughout North, It spread
South and Central
America. There are .
more than 100 differ- -
ent species, some
evergreen in the
tropics, but mostly
deciduous in tem-
perate climates such -
as Florida's.
Pointed leaves are
generally lance-
shaped to elliptical. Jane Weber
All milkweeds have a JANE'S
milky white sap.
Clusters of flowers GARDEN
sprout on stalks from
the top leaf axils where they years.
join the stem. Five reflexed_ Blood
petals point downward below a curassav
waxy, yellow corona. South Ar
Flowering from spring to fall, It is the
native butterfly weed, A. milkwee
tuberosa, ranges from Canada the gard(
to Texas and throughout ily and
Florida in Zones 4 to 10. It is a short-liv
mounding, long-lived, decidu- evergre(
ous perennial. It grows 2 to 3 milkwee
feet, needs good drainage and
no supplemental irrigation


ablished. Its deep tap-
ces it drought tolerant
Is by windblown seeds
carried by cottony
parachutes.
Native plant nurs-
eries may have this
beautiful plant in 10-
inch pots in summer
or bare root in the
winter dormant sea-
son. Plant a group of
seeds under a half-
inch of sand in a nat-
ural setting in the
sand hills this fall.
Have patience, as
they will not flower
for two or three
flower, Asclepias
ica, originated in
erica in Zones 9 to 12.
most commonly sold
d. It reseeds readily in
en bed, propagates eas-
adapts well in pots. A
ed perennial that is
n in the tropics, this
d is frost-tender. A
See .'DrEN' Page E14'


JANE WEBER/For the Chronicle
Milkweeds are host plants for the larval caterpillars of the monarch, queen and soldier butterflies. It's
also a food source for beneficial insects, so isolate store-bought plants for six weeks to let commer-
cial insecticides break down.



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hard freeze will kill it.
Mature size is about 3 feet, a
meter tall by a meter wide.
Leaves are narrow, lance-shaped
to 6 inches long. Flower petals
are orange-red or yellow on dif-
ferent plants. Orange-colored
aphids and attendant ants often
colonize the plant but do not kill
it
The purpose for milkweeds in
the garden is twofold. Primarily
they are host plants for the larval
caterpillars of the monarch,
queen and soldier butterflies.
Queens and soldiers also. eat
white twinevine, Sarcostemma
clausum, and latex plant, Morre-
nia odorata. The soldier is a
more southern butterfly that
rarely ventures north of Tampa
Bay. Caterpillars may devour all
the leaves, leaving the gardener
with a naked stem.
Gently bend the leafless stem
and lay it on the ground without
breaking it Cover with soil and it
may send down roots from the
leaf nodes and shoot up a new
leafy stem to feed more baby but-
terflies.
Milkweeds are a food source.
Using an insecticide will kill or
sicken nectaring butterflies, din-
ing caterpillars, ants and aphids
as well as songbirds that eat in-
sects and bees that pollinate
flowers and make honey. Com-
mercial nurseries routinely
spray with systemic, long-lasting
insecticides and growth retar-
dants to produce clean, full, mar-
ketable plants. Separate your
new plant with a screen hat for
six weeks until the chemicals
break down. Then you may let
butterflies nectar and lay eggs on
a safe plant
Milkweed sap is acrid and con-
tains toxins that caterpillars eat
to become distasteful to preda-
tors such as birds and lizards.
Grow milkweed in full sun and
well-drained, humus-rich soil.
Amend sandy soil with fully rot-
ted compost or decayed veg-





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table rul flowers delight Class teaches how to attract butterflies
The colorful flowers delight ~ C~t
butterfly gardeners and attract.
buinsects with sweet nectar and attract Special-to the Chronicle flies and birds.
insects with sweet nectar and Programs and activities offered by the Extension
pollen. S tC. T iTA 0 15- Q., Q,-A i ill 11 t llith0+ pc -rd


Jane Weber is a professional
gardener and nursery owner
She welcomes weekend visi-
tors to her Florida Friendly
Yard and Wildlife Habitat at
5019 W Stargazer Lane,
Dunnellon. Call (352) 465-0649.


JLT1 UF/_-I 0 rU UUnILy x1enonIUI V11 evIe
offers the class, '"Attracting Wildlife: Butterflies &
Hummingbirds" presented by Debbe Hooper from
noon to 1 p.m. Thursday in the classroom of the Ex-
tension Service at 3650 W Sovereign Path, Lecanto.
This class is free and is open to youths and adults,
but you must call to register Call Cris at 527-5701.
This class will help you identify plants and gar-
dening practices that will attract delightful butter-


to race, color, handicap, sex, religion or national
origin. For persons with disabilities requiring spe-
cial accommodations, contact our office at least
five working days prior to the program so that
proper consideration may be given to the request
The phone number is 527-5700. For the hearing im-
paired, contact the Florida Relay Center Service at
(800) 955-8771.


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P/ouuuu
Majestic 4/4/2 pool home
w/a view of the 3rd hole of
the Skyview Golf Course.
This courtyard home features
a detached guest/in-law
suite, an enormous
kit., dining & great rm.
Membership required.
352-746-0744 MLS#308658

$454,400
Magnificent 4/2.5/2 custom
home overlooks 9th green of
the Oaks Golf Course. Great
rm., wood floors & gas FP.
Kit. w/granite counters, tiled
floors, maple cab. &
SS appl. Htd. pool/spa.
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$289,930
3/2/2 Malibu home
w/gorgeous landscaping &
-" privacy. Southern exposure,
Plantation shutters, upgraded
lighting, decorator window
treatments, tile & Berber
flooring & home generator.
Membership required.
352-746-0744 MLS#328684


Beautiful 3/2/2 home
on a corner lot w/lovely
landscaping & shed. Home
has bright & open fir. plan
w/Ig. great rm., eat-in
kitchen & dining area. Well
maintained with newer roof,
heat pump & appl.
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tile, Pergo floor in den.
Self-cleaning, heated pool.
Priced to sell. Citrus Hills
Social Membership required.
352-746-0744 MLS#314196

$329,000
Brand new 4/3 w/in-law
setup & private guest suite.
Beautiful home has bonus
rms.: 13x16 hobby rm., 8x13
garden rm., 8x12 walk-in
pantry & 8x13 laundry, all
w/built-ins. Sun rm. w/sliders
& screened lanai.
352-527-1820 MLS#317962

$259,900
Move right in to this 3/2/2
pool home on the 11th green
of the Meadows Golf Course.
French doors open to the
spacious lanai & htd. pool.
Tile thru-out home.
Updated kitchen & BAs.
Membership available.
352-746-0744 MLS#325948


Lovely 3/3/2 home
in Brentwood of Terra Vista.
Open and bright floor plan,
.* this home backs up to a
TL. "green area." Shows great.
S Priced to sell as owners
are very motivated.
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entry, gorgeous tile, custom
kitchen with wood cabinets
& Corian, central vacuum,
custom entertainment center
in family room, Surround
Sound, htd. pool w/spa
and summer kitchen.
352-746-0744 MLS#327304

$299,000
Really pretty 3/2/2 Malibu
Model that backs up to
Greenbelt. Beautiful upgraded
kitchen cabinets, lots of tile,
wood firs. in den & expanded
lanai. Enjoy all the amenities
that Terra Vista has to offer.
352-746-0744 MLS#326048

$239,900
Absolutely impeccable! Lush,
park-like landscaping, 2089
sq. ft. of living & extended
lanai. Wood floors, large
ceramic tiles, neutral colors
& skylights. Oversized lot
w/mature trees
& colorful planters.
352-527-1820 MLS#319812


Well cared for home on a
full, wooded acre, left mostly
natural. 3/2/2 w/1716 sq. ft.
of living space. Large
screened lanai. Come live
the equestrian/golf lifestyle
that the lovely community
has to offer.
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Remodeled, furnished town 2/1/1 with fenced-in back : '
home overlooking tennis yard. Home has newer roof, -
courts. New counters, new air, paint, flooring & vinyl c
cabinet facings, new vinyl windows on lanai. Owners
flooring, new water heater, say "make any offer." ..
newer appl. & Berber carpets. .. This home is ready to -
Lots of closets. i move in. Owners must sell, t- i
Membership available. X. so make an offer!
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home in deed restricted
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w/covered carport &
screened porch. 3BR split
plan, all appl. stay, garden
ub in MBR. Lg. grandfather
oaks for summer shade.
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g moDoie Homes
5 For Rent
9105 Istachatta Rd.,
Floral City
2 bedroom, 2 bath.
Doublewide in Country
Setting.Central heat
and air. No pets $550
mo. Call Janet or Lee at
800-692-4162.
CRYSTAL RIVER
2/1 $495 mo. Lg yrd.
carport, deck, near
town. (813) 317-6525
CRYSTAL RIVER
2/1, I1 Acre, very priv,
remodeled kit. &
Bath, CHA, sm. pet
ok, handicap ramp.
$595. mo. + sec MUST
SEE (352) 564-1776
Crystal River
2/1.5, 1-ac CH/A $450
2/1, $450. 220-2447
CRYSTAL RIVER
55+ RENTALS. LOTS &
ERIENDS. RV 464.
Mobiles $514.
130 S. Suncoast Blvd.
352-795-9049
DUNNELLON
2/11/2 Large priv lot,
no pets. $450 mo.
352-795-6970
DUNNELLON
3/2 on 1 ac. com-
pletely remodi'd. $650
+ dep. 352-489-3981
FLORAL CITY
3/2 Dble/ Wide.
W/D. $575. Fir.&Sec.
No pets, No smoking.
(352) 726-6256
HERNANDO
Rent to Own,
owner t. Uke NEW
3/2, DW, W/D, fence
lot $795/mo.
(352) 560-3355
HOMOSASSA
1/1 & 2/1 Ist/last/sec.
352-634-2368
HOMOSASSA
2/1, $425/mo. + until.
No Pets (352)
382-2195
INVERNESS
2/2 $550/mo. 1st &
sec. (352)302-2135
INVERNESS 3/2
Newer DW, 1/2 acre,
W/D hkup fenced in
$650.mo,
(813) 843-2105
INVERNESS
3BR/1-V2BA, $425
$850 Moves U In
water & Garbage Incl
352-476-1122
352-476-2417


E MODIle names
| For Rent
INVERNESS
55+ Lakefront park
Nice park models 1 or
2BR Scr.porch, appl.,
water incl. Fish piers.
Beaut. trees $350/up
Leeson's352-476-4964
LECANTO
2/2, Dbld Carport, DW
1st Ist dep. appl. Fee
Sr. Park. 352-746-1189
LECANTO
2/2, unfurn., Lrg. scr.
porch, CH/A, kitch.
equip. $575. 344-8313
LECANTO
HOMOSASSA &
HOLDER 3/2 $700.
MO. Lg., yd Fenced
352-302-9217
YANKEETOWN
2/2 Complete Furn.,
W/D, 15 mln. from
pwr plant, more Info
Paul (407) 579-6123
1BR Furn.& Unfurn.
2BR Unfurn. Scr. rm,
new carpet & paint.
Single bed RV park
mod'i. Rents $300/up.
Park pool. 628-4441
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on your lot for $499
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1-800-622-2832

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NewJacobsen
Only the best! 3/2
tape & texture,
tile & wood firs,
Lrg deck w/
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country eat in kit.,
family room, L/R,
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$858.88/mo. w/
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352-621-9183

, Waterfront
oMobile For Rent

Hemando
2/1+ Biz OK, $550 +
Util. (352) 249-3206


SmODile names
I And Land
'95, 2/2 on 2.5 Ac.
FI/Rm, CHA. New
carpet, roof & well.
Carport, barn &
Fenced Yard. Terms
$74K. (352) 795-3701
BEST OF THE BEST
New 2008
Jacobsen custom
28 x 50 3/2
country kitchen 2x6
construction 30- 19-22
insulation, 18"
ceramic tile, $10,000.
in upgrade options,
buy for only $52,900.
We accept trades
352-621-9183
CINNAMON RIDGE
3/2 New carpet.
Enclosed in ground
pool. Landscaped.
Hot house. Storage
building. Fenced
back yard. $88,900
(352) 270-8981

CRYSTAL RIVER
5 Acre + 1600 sq ft.,
'99 DW. $139,000.
352-212-8794


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. And Land
Floral City 2/2
Dbl. roof, split plan.
Newly renovated.
CHA,washer/dryer on
fenced acre.$68,500
(352)586-9498
HOLDER
2/1.5 12x65
Front porch.10x20
utility shed. On 1 acre
wooded lot. $49,500
(352) 212-3229
Homosassa
3br/2ba. on 1 acre
newer Kit. 7 yr roof,
parquat floor, firepi
deck, 2 new sheds
$92k(352) 563-9857
INVERNESS,
3/1.5, /2 mol fenced
$59,900 storm shelter.
124 N.EastAv
352-465-5201
904-318-8958

LAKE PANASOFFKEE
2/2, On 75x120 lot.
New septic, city
water. $52,900
(352) 748-5005


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HOMOSASSA
Spacious 3/2 on
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Reduced $69.500
3394 S Arundel Terr
featuring new kit.&
appls. cha, lami-
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baths Owner
Financing with
Favorable terms
incls New Washer
& Dryer.. Broker
Owner Tony
Tubolineo
(727) 385-6330
See Tony for more
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Mobiles
SINGLEWIDE w/12x30
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TODA&'S 14 N. Adams St., BH Starting @ $450/mo
HOMEBUYER 2/1, Enclosed FL Rm 352-465-2985
PUTNAM New NC, Carpet .......... $575 pam.
MORTGAGE & 13th Month FREE.w/1 yr." CITRUS PRINTS INVERNESSl
FINANCE, LLC 2940 W. Hamlet P,., CSP I A 4/2/2 Nearuy New .... oo INVERNESS
Competitive Ratesli Wte32/ lenced se& amlai..$975 P. RENTALS 2/2 Duplex ............................... $650 CLUB
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By Phone. 21212 w/fireplace ........... $775 ww. Lecanto CRYSTAL RIVER
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14 x 60 2/2, Sunroom
55+ Park, fully turn.
$22,000 obo
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55+ park. 1/1, new
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Washer/dryer, new
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2/1/1.................. ............$575
2/2/2 Furnished ............... $775
2/2/1..... ............$675
2/1/1 Carport............ ......$525
2/1/1 Carport .................$600
PINE RIDGE
3/2/2 Upgraded............... $850
LECANTO
2/2 Duplex............... $575/$600
SUGARMILL WOODS
3/2/2 Pool.................... $1200
INVERNESS
3/2/2 ............................. $800
CRYSTAL RIVER COMMERCIAL
900 sq. ft.Triple Towers.$800++
1160 sq. ft. Office........... $1000
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have them all
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county
give us a call ...
from $525/mo
to $1500/mo.








RAVA L RETAILS
CRYSTAL RIVER
2 bed, 1 bath apts .............. $575
1/1 Condominium w/Pool... $575
2/2 WF Fum. Condo/Islands ...........
2......$ ,20........................ 0 ... .
2/2 Fum. WF Home $ 1,500 sll.
2/2 Stilt WF Home. S31SO0 .MIL.
2/1 Home............................ S575
HOwMOSASSA
2/2 DW Mobile WF ........... $1300
SUGAMILL WOODS
4/2/2 ................................... .$ 00
CITRUS SPRINGS
2/1 Duplex ............................ $600
STORAGE UNIS
12x2x20.0..... O.70 indt. e
Call Us For Short Term Rentals
S-- ddlltfonl r'mOsb .t
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JBrentwood
Fairview Estates
Crystal River
Homosassa
Hernando
RANGING
$475 $1150
For more info call
352-341-4663
or visit
our website at
Swww castrorealtvl .com



14 N. Adams St., BH
2/1, Enclosed FLRm
NewA/C, Carpet..........$575perm.
13th Month FREE w/1 yr. lease
2940 W. Hamlet PI., CSP
Nre 3 ,e nod seene naie..$975 perm.
2286 N. Brentwood Cic, LEC
2/2/2 w/fireplace...........$775 peam.
2457 Chamberlain Dr., CSP
3/2/2............................. $900 pe r.
10292 N. Oceans Dr., CSP
3/2/2, w/lanai off master$825 peme.
704 Moray Dr., INV
(In Windermere)
2/2/1, Many Amenities..$900 pera.
1216 Cypress Cove Ct., INV
(Close to Water)
2/2.5, Amenities.....$600 per a.
1491 W. Jocelynn St., CSP
Roomy, 3/2/2.....................$895 per...
9346 W. Samoa Way, CSP
GreaM2,2stloryMecemiesxne$1150 pem.
7 S. Tyler St., BH
21 wlg.end. fam.n., fenced. $650 paro.
8 Michael Dr., BH
2/I wend. a. mienc a... $600 ipe..
.s. ERA American Realty
M*E & Investments
ERA Property Management
4511 N. Lecant0 Bevedy Hills, FL 34485
"352-746-6008 L ,sg1

REN TAV"LS
PINE RIDE a
3/2/2, Pool, Screened Lanai,
(Includes Pool Main.).......$1350
CITRUS SPRINGS
5635 N. MATHESON DR.
4/2/2, Screened Patio,
Open Floor Plan .............. $1100
6718 N. NANTUCKET WAY
3/2/2, Open Floor Plan,
Built In 2006.................$850
BEVERLY HILLS
3776 HONEYLOCUST DR.
2/1/1, Pool, Scm. Lanai, Fum. $800
87 S. ADAMS ST.
2/1.5/1, FR. Laundry Rm.......$650
85 S. BARBOUR ST.
2/1, FR (WindowAir Units)....$500
25 E. MURRAY ST.
1/1, Screened Area, Laundry Room
(Window Unit).............. $400





HOMOSASSA
Indust. Bldg Loc.
Rooks Industrial
Prk. 1944 sf, water,
sewer, 1/2 ba, 2 1g.
bay doors.
$1150/mo + elec.
Ron 352.382.-2700


SUGARMILL
WOODS
Brand new 4BR/2BA
$1200 mo + dep.
Call 813-994-7762
727-919-5119


UUAKRMILL WUUUO
4/2/2 House ......................$.. ..... $ 00
2/2/2 Villa .......... ............. $700
Full Usts.of furnished & unfurnished
rentals available by calling.
iACTIONr

BrokerRealtorPpe Manaer
417 NE 2nd S., Crysauraiver, gF
352-795-RENT
www.CitrusCountyHomeRentats.coma

Property
Management &
Investment
Group, Inc.
Licensed R.E. Broker
> Property &
Comm.
Assoc. Mgmt. is our
only Business
)> Res.& Vac.
Rental Specialists
)> Condo & Home
owner Assoc.
Mgmt.
Raobbie Anderson
LCAM, Realtor
352-628-5600
info@ropertv
manaamentarouo.
com

iU Apartments I
ui Furnished

CRYSTAL RIVER
Lkfrnt, effic. $650mo/
.$650 sec. No pets.
RV Sites available
(850) 566-4195
CRYSTAL RIVER
* NEW Apartments
2BR/IBA & 2BR/2BA
Furnished & Unfurn.
Close to Progress
Energy, Ist. & Sec.
from $700 month
(352)795-1795 appt.
www.ensing
orooerties.com
CRYSTAL RIVER
Newly Renovated
1 BR efficiencies
w/fully equip. kit. No
contracts. Next to
park/ Kings Bay, start-
ing @ $32 a day for a
wk or more. Incls.all
utils. & Full Service
Housekeeping
(352) 586-1813
CRYSTAL RIVER
PROG ENERGY WKers
2BR $600 352563-9857
CRYSTAL RIVER, I/
Great neighbrhd.
7mos in $475/up
795-7261/No pets
FLORAL CITY
1/1, $450/mo. $600
sec. City Water. No
pets. (352) 344-5628
HERNANDO
Fully furn, studio, incl.
power & cable. CHA
$140/wk + $200 dep.
Must have local refer.
(352) 746-9398
INVERNESS
1/1, spacious, very
Private, good parking
$450 incls util cha 352
560-0370/212-2397


I BR/IBA
with full kitchen

Independent Living
with Services

Starting at $526/mo
with gov't subsidy,
includes meals,
housekeeping,
transportation
and more*

MOVE-IN SPECIAL
Save up to $500
if you rent now

Call 344-8477
to schedule a tour

518 Ella Ave.
Inverness, FL 34450
(352) 344-8477
*Depends on income


764725

APARTMENTS FOR RENT
2/1 Apts. Unfurnished
Crystal River
Starting At *500 A Month
Call Marie E. Hager at
Action Rental Management
Realty, Inc.
417 NE 2nd St., Crystal River, FL
(352) 795-RENT
www.CitrusCountyHomeRentals.com
2/1 Inverness
CHA, w/d hook up,
Spotless. $550 mo
(352) 422-3217
CRYSTAL RIVER
1 BR, special rate,
laundry on premises
NO Pets
LAKE LUCY
APARTMENTS
(352) 628-2815
Leave message
and phone number
CRYSTAL RIVER
2/2 Clean, spacious.
$575/inc. water. No
pets. (352) 563-2114

CRYSTAL RIVER
= NEW Apartments
2BR/IBA & 2BR/2BA
Furnished & Unfurn.
Close to Progress
Energy, 1st. & Sec.
from $700 month
(352)795-1795 appt.
www.ensing
prooerties.com
HERNANDO
2/1 $550 1/1 $475
+sec incs w/s/garb
(352)527-2428
HOMOSASSA
1 BdRm, Refrig., stove,
W/D, cable TV, air,
util. Inc. $600/mo. +
sec (352) 628-6537
HOMOSASSA
2/2, clean, quiet,
CHA, no pets $550
(352) 563-2114


u Apartments
o Unfurnished
INVERNESS
2/1 $500 /mo
1/1 $450/mo
352-422-2393
INVERNESS
2/1, W/D, $575/mo.
1st, Last, sec.. No Pets
(352) 212-4661
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
Downtown Newly re-
modeled 1/1, w/d
hook up $550
water/sewer &. garb
inc 352-422-5886 or
(352)344-8584
LECANTO
1 BR Apartment (352)
746-5238/613-6000
LECANTO newer 2/2
dplx, all ktchn appis,
patio, W/D hook-up,
nice yard. Exc. Cond.
$695 (352) 634-1341

I Mayo Drive
Apartments
Units Available |
from $395 mo.
(352) 795-2626 I


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REALTY
SERVICES
* Residential
* Commercial
* Vacant Land
Sales
Property
Management
* Weekly/Monthly
* Rentals
* Seasonal Rentals
* Efficiencies
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S Business
o Locations

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Waterfront 2 bdrm
3 bath office/ home.
Hwy 200 Hernando.
Perfect for numerous
businesses. Boat/
canoe rental, salon,
etc. $249K/obo. (352)
302-5875 or 302-5885
INVERNESS AREA
Retail/Office 1.6 ml
from City Umit 1000 Sq
Ft $500/Mo
(352) 726-6640

PROFESSIONAL
BUILDING FOR LEASE
1200sf., 9 Regina
Blvd., Beverly Hills
CONTACT VICKY
(352) 746-0330


u Condos/Villas
ui For Rent

(2) CONDO'S
Lease or Sale
2/2 furnished &
3/2 on Crystal River,
great views, wildlife
refuge, boat slip &
'more. Lease $1300
(turn) & $1200. Sale
$275K & $295K. Slip
extra. 727-458-4964
CITRUS HILLS
2/2,+ Patio, Pool,
near golf /tennis. No
dogs. $800/mo, F/L/S
352-726-2370
CRYSTAL RIVER
1/1 Pool side. $550.
Fst/Lst. & Sec.
(352) 563-5563
CRYSTAL RIVER
Meadowcrest 2/2
Villa, $825. Month
(352)-422-2367
First Mo Free
2/2/1 on 3rd fairway,
perfect for retirement
Villa sorry no pets,
$650 mo. 1 yr lease.
352-544-8070
FLORAL CITY
8722 E. Moonrise Ln
2/1 condo Lake
Access on premises
$550 LEASE OPT ONLY
$58K, Why Rent When
YOU Can Buy???
(352) 212-8219
INVERNESS 2/2
Scr.porch, across
from pool/clubhouse
605 Whispering Pines
Blvd. $675/mo.
F/L Non smoking.
(352) 422-2706
SUGARMILL
WOODS
.2/2/1, Furn.
1/1.5 Crystal River,
Furn.Pool &Gulf acs.
L/S term, rent.(352)
563-2203, 422-1426

0 Duplexes
o For Rent

2/1 Inverness
CHA, w/d hook up,
Spotless. $550 mo
(352) 422-3217
CRYSTAL RIVER
2/2 spacious quiet
$585/mo incis water
gar & lawn No credit
check (352)726-9570
INVERNESS
1/1, Furn'd or unfurn'd
Incl. water/gas. Sec+
1st mo. 352 726-6515
INVERNESS
2/1 W/D, garb./water
incl., fenced, pets ok
$650.mo. 1st., Ist $300
sec. 352-746-4611
INVERNESS
2/2/1 NEW, Spacious
W/D hkup, $750/mo
(352) 527-9733
LECANTO newer 2/2
dplx, all ktchn appis,
patio. W/D hook-up,
nice yard, Exc. cond.
$695 (352) 634-1341
LECANTO
WOW! 2/1-/2 Duplex
Apt. bonus rm. kitch
equip., CH/A. W/D
hookup, Ask about
Free Mo. Program
$595 mo. 344-8313

oEfficiencies/
SCottages

FLORAL CITY
1 person, utill's Incl.
pool, $375mo or pay
wkly. (352) 637-6432


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0,Efficiencies/
Ln Cottages |
HOMOSASSA
Carport, storage
shed, until & cable
incl. $500mo + sec. ,
386-871-5506
S INVERNESS
Efficiency 1/1 $500 +
$150 sec, Incls. elec
S, t ,'' 3J r 'i r : C L
:-.:l. 352 270-8298
LECANTO
: TOTALLY CUTE
l.iI- :..r .ag .*.
.- agily ruji
r r..r a Wv..L' ini r,.:
: oi nri Tolal move in
695 (352) 621-4725
AlVALUEINN.com
New Renvt'd Rooms
Pool Now open!
Unlimited Long:
Cist.$45.EaiM
$240 wk Hernando
Furn.3 Bdrm Luxurious
Homes $440 wk In-
verness 352-726-4744

? Rental |
Houses,

9081 N Goltview Drive
3 r-jr..orr, 2 r.airh
14.:, ?.i.1 i..:1 i 3d inr.
g -...d I lT,,i .l l :lU '
rr..:.ir. i'pern i-iou .
Sat;Sept 13. Ph.
772-323-9547
B H COMMERCIAL
.1 Ail C LIVE 1-i iOR
CAP,..CE J,7jir.,'Ji:)"
S .9:, U0EP 79C ..
CITRUS COUNTY
HOUSES, CONDOS,
'Mnthljor Yearly
Flrn/Unfum, All.New!r
302-1370/795-9048
DUNNELLON
Rainbow Lakes Est.
a.ea I i.
.'- I ru, .:.ur,.:1 ,,ji-l
o,' r 3 247... , I
(352) 949-3863
INVERNESS 2/1
i .: i.: l
Very clean; ism,
'. petcl :,;.,:, :. :
neg. 561-632-3372.
INVERNESS
S. 2BR upper,.util. &

2BR. 2BA DW :,.
,..o 352-476.4964
Rentals/All Prices
GREAT AMERICAN
REALTY
$200 off Ist month
any new rental
(352) 637-3800

oRent: Houses |
SFurnished

BEVERLY HILLS
2/1,1 I I 1.3 .I:I
$700 mo. or Buv $88K
352 302- 3290
CRYSTAL RIVER
'r2,a, r. .l '.- .: S --1
'. "c 352-795-2204
CRYSTAL RIVER
Lg 2 ,/2,2 Eic ..aier .
C 3i 62orE. ,n,-: ,1 ., ,
:; ': l. $1,250 mln.
dep.(352) 564-8165

HOMOSASSA
. I,2 or 3BR UNITS
SFurn. All Util. Special
Sfor Progress Energy
(352) 628-2551


Io, Rent: Houses
" Unfurnished:
2 And 3 Bedrooms
RENT TO OWN- NO
CREDIT CHECK!
Low Down!
352-484-0866
iademission.corm
BEVERLY HILLS
'1 '1 Fl rm, Sun rm,
.i L.r. W/D, $600mo .
r.-.: .J (845)282 3504
BEVERLY HILLS
.2bdrms, $550 & up.
S. Will work with you.
401-726-5494
BEVERLY HILLS '
2 or 3 bdrm, CHA
1. 2 \. I st Month Free!
352.422.7794
BEVERLY HILLS
,pa h,t l n,,3,C '
room. Nice ,rea
$625. mo. FAL& Sec
(352) 270-3889
BEVERLY HILLS"
2/1/1 Tiled Nice
Area $650 /mo
S,. 352-527-7119
BEVERLY HILLS
S 2/2. $750 mo.
(352) 563-0075
(352) 422-1575
BEVERLY HILLS
2/2, Fl. Rm., Lg. crr,
S Pool, $900.1 st/Ist, t'.:'j
'sec 352-201-1634
BEVERLY HILLS
202 S. Barbour St.
4 r `,. I I I-h,' '.jr ,rT,
352-628-0033
BEVERLY HILLS
3,.1 ol 2,1, : lo 7.:.
3823525 or 69. 1457
BEVERLY HILLS
3'2 ,:H ":.Pl "
-.:J4- ir-p No dog!
352.794.0211 or
S 1-813-205-8705. ::
BEVERLY HILLS
Laurel i1:. ': -2.
: C,: P 't. : Li i:'D
rr,: 352.527.1051
SBEVERLY HILLS
Move in Soec al
": 3.: 352 400-1501
BEVERLY HILLS
Rent To Own 2,1,1,
Fl. Rm. $600 + sec. :'
Ist Mo Free! 13 N.
Lee. (727) 463-1804
' Owner/Realtor
C ITRUS SPRINGS
r .:, ,.. rr, .. r. i

352-812-4848
CITRUS HILLS
..jI.:r,l 1,3. r r. 1ral r .
352-746 7001
CITRUS HILLS
Rent to Own
LEASE OPr ION
.w, pool lac
:"-.352-795 0088
352-613-4849
CITRUS SPRINGS
2125 Devon Dr
2BR,'1'5BA
Fenced Back Yd'
$575. mo $800 dep
Call (386) 668-2114
or 352-465-5223
CITRUS SPRINGS
Pets OK $750/mo ,
Sf'I'-(352) 560-0229,
CITRUS SPRINGS
3,2,,2 er, .::l..r,
S. incl.'.: .
1st & sec.
(352) 489-6377
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/2 Clean, $850/mo
795-6299 697-1240


o Rent: Houses
SUnfurnished|
CRYSTAL RIVER
2/1, Recently
renovated, range &
Frig. Scr Porch, nice
Yd S795/352 465-4121
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/1, $750/MO
F/L/S/ application
(352) 628-1062
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/1V2. 15 min. to prog-
ress energy $750/ mo.
352-563-1033
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/2/1, Near CR
Schools $850.mo.
352-302-9695
CRYSTAL RIVER
BIG & NEWI 3/2 Home
1100.00 mth
WAYBRIGHT
REAL ESTATE INC.
795-1600
CRYSTAL RIVER
Connell Heights 2/2
Garage, scr porch,
washer/dryer, nice
yd. no pets. $900 +
$500sec 352-220-6486
Crystal River/Horn
3/2/1 $675; 2/1 Duplex
$535; 220-2447
DUNNELLON
Rainbow Lake Est.
Rent or Rent to Own
3/2/+ oversz gar. FL
Rm. tile through-out,
,cath. cells. Great,
Home, Spotlessl!
$749/mo
352-527-0493
352-427-7644

GREAT HOMES
GREAT PRICES
4,3,& 2 Bedroom
Homes Available










Call Jen Tessmer
Coldwell Banker
Investors Realty
352-302-0314
www.rentcitrfus

HERNANDO
i r r.. : *i~i
-+ ui. 352 249 3206
HIGHLANDS
2/2/1 w/ den. $685.
F/S 954-854-7660
INVERNESS
2/1 + /City Limits $550
+ until 352-249-3206
INVERNESS
2/2/1 Nice, w/d. $700
mo. 561-632-3119
INVERNESS
2/2/1, Off Eden Rd.
No pets 352-637-1142
352-220-1341
INVERNESS
3/2/1. Recent remodel
on' cul-de-sac by lake.
$850/mo. lst/last/sec.
No pets. 352-860-2146.
INVERNESS
-3/2/2 In Highlands.
$850 md,'$850 dep.
(352) 341-2994
INVERNESS
3/2/Carport, fenc. yd.
Newly Remodeled,
$775 mo+ sec
727-726-4738


o, Rent: Houses
[ Unfurnished
I VERNESS
Highlands, 2/1/1,
$550/mo lst/lst/Dep.
(352) 344-2560
INVERNESS
HIGHLANDS, 2/1/1,
$625., 2/2/1 $650.,
3/2/1, $700. 3/2/2
$750 352-212-7085
INVERNESS Wtrfrnt.
Pritchard Island
Townhouse
3/2, Pool, boat dock,
$1000/mo. 10% off for
early pay. No dogs.
(352)697-1907
(508) 672-8413
OZELLO
2bdrms on canal,
dock, new flooring,
$680. 714-423-1423
SUGAR MILL WOODS
4/2/2 $950.
3/2/2 Lawn care$825.
River Links Realty
(352) 628-1616
AIVALUEINN.com
New Renvt'd Rooms
Pool Now open!
Unlimited Long
Dist.$45. Daily
$240 wk Hernando
Furn.3 Bdrm. Luxurious
Homes $440 wk. In-
verness 352-726-4744

o Waterfront
A Rentals

(2) CONDO'S
Lease or Sale
2/2 furnished &
3/2 on Crystal River,
great views, wildlife
refuge, boat slip &
more, Lease $1300
(urnm) & $1200. Sale
$275K & $295K. Slip
extra. 727-458-4964
Crystal River
3/2.5/2 $1,100; 3/2/1,
$900; 212-2051
FLORAL CITY
Small 2/1 ON WATER
W/boat dock$600
F/L/S (352) 726-6197
HOMOSASSA
1,2 or 3BR UNITS
Furn. All Util. Special
for Progress Energy
(352) 628-2551
INVERNESS
$525. Mo. All New
2/1, Watrfrnt Cottage
352-212-4788
INVERNESS
3/2 Cul-de-sac,
Refs. req'd. $800 mo
786-302-3402
L Rentals to
o Share

INVERNESS
Mansion to share,
phone, until. pool incl.
$120 wk 704-320-1222

o Rent or
o Sale
BEVERLY HILLS
2/1, house $550
Chassahowitza
2/1 house $550.
Sugarmill Woods
turn. 3/2/2 $900
Agnt 35823-1000
CITRUS HILLS,
2/2.5 Townhse, turn,
Info ca11352 613-5655
INVESTORS SELL OFF
3/2, /2 Acre $137,500
2/2; Fm Rm. $95,000
4/2, 2,400 sf MH 1+ Ac
$97,500 or Rent to
Own 352-341-0696
OR (352) 302-2902


,Q Rent or
0 Sale
FLORAL CITY
8722 E. Moonrise Ln
2/1, condo Lake,
a.-.-4- : :r. p..,i:. .
'nurzh-ir WHY RENT
WHEN U Can Buy
(352)212-8219

Sooms For
.Rent

Citius Springs
rerl: r ..:.,'r n :
n"0L ..L352.465-2305
CRYSTAL RIVER,
11: 1h ; E -L :2:5.1i1
a :J Ir..: u .irl ; .. t-
71ireT 352-563-1465
HOMOSASSA
fIu.r,. L -r, ,:r : uT.
C: T cl.. ,,a'. $90.'wk
352-628-5244
AIVALUEINN com
New Renvtld Rooms
Pool Now open!
Unlhimited Long Dist
$240 wk Hemnando
Furn 3 Bdim. Luxurious
Homes 5440 wk Inv-
erness. 352-726 4744

o Seasonal
S Rental
SUGARMILL WOODS
S: C..r:r. : Ui.':i
Cnassanocitzka 3.1'
..,ir h,-r- I I'IJ
Ageni 352-382-1000
A1VALUFINI.com
New Renvra Rooms
Unlimited Long
Dist.S45 Daly
240 wk Heinando
Furn 3 Bdrm Luxurious
Homes $440 w. Inv-
erness 352- 726-4744
U Gel More Here!

SVacation
o Rentals-
A1VALUEINN com ,
New Renvt'd Rooms ,
'" Unlimled Lona Dist

SS240 wk Hemaoido
SFumin 3 Bdrm Luxurious
Homes $440 wk Inv-
erness 352-726-4744
\ou Will Get more
. Here'

Real Estate
For Sale
Crystal Manor
!t-z, ;1 1 2 3:r-_
built 2002$4k, down, .
$1050 mo lease pur-.
chase $137,500 8857
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Homes NEW HOMES
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On Your Lot
SAtkinson
Construction
352-637-4138
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* 3/2/2 w/pool Family room 3/2/2 w/pool Family room
* Fireplace Skylight New cLunboards New countertops
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similar. She's the person who is
in debt, can't pay her bills, and
is filing for bankruptcy. She
asks for advice and help, but
with every suggestion, she has
a reason why it won't work for
her. Holiday gift-giving and a
trip to Jamaica are priorities.
She points out that her child
will never be deprived. She is
trying to keep up with the Jone-
ses while filing for bankruptcy
She feels her child is entitled to
more than she can afford. Her
attitude prevents her from
making positive changes that


could prevent her from filing
for bankruptcy If you ever find
yourself getting sucked into the
"keeping up" trap, ask yourself,
who am I trying to impress?
Sometimes, having a positive
attitude isn't enough. Job loss,
high medical bills and natural
disasters can be devastating.
But a good attitude is the start-
ing point in these situations,
too. You aren't what you own.
Your worst situations don't
have to become your lifelong
identity. It's all in how you react
to them. You can choose to let it
hold you down, or you can use
it as a catalyst for change. But
you have to be willing to face
your problems, make some
hard choices, work for it, and


not let your problems define
you. If you don't know where to
start, seek help from someone
who does. At the same time, you
can learn more on your own.
But accept that changing your
finances is more about your be-
havior than your lack of knowl-
edge.
Whether you're a spender,
saver or giver, money should be
a tool and not tied to attitude or
emotion. In the end, time is
wealth. If you're working your-
self silly and spending all of
your money on stuff you don't
have time to enjoy, evaluate the
true cost which is, inevitably,
your life. Are you getting the

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* Shows Like A Model 3/2/2
* Diamond Brite Pool Gourmet Kitchen
* Lots of Tile Beautiful Decor
$194,500 #328164




2856 E. Newhaven, Celina Hills
* Just Reduced! 3/2/2
* High Ceilings Caged Pool
* Custom Workshop Nice Landscape
$175,000 #328029 Call Owner 352-637-6805

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935 N. Fox Meadow Terr., Crystal River
* 3/2/2 Gourmet Kitchen
* Built in 2005 Tile Throughout
* Brand New Condition .50 Acre Lot


5770 Tenison St., Inverness
* Custom Built 2.3 Acres/Workshop
- Country Setting Horses OK/Pole Barn
* 3/2/2 w/Office Close to Town
$239,900 #325731 Call Owner 352-726-3894


S" " 4105 Olbek Pt., Homosassa
I- I Acre Chainlink Fenced
MakeOffer.com *3/2/2 A.G. Pool
Immaculate Fish Pond
S$128,900 #326240 Call Owner 352-503-6096


HOMOSASSA GREAT BUY!
S2BR/2BA 134x 150 Lot
* New 2005 New A/C 2008
* Gar. + Carport Screen Patio


$189,900 #327887 Call Owner 352-795-4634 $88,500 #328009 Call Betty $309,000 #3186ez Call Betty ,


CITRUS License # RB0033452
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5569 W. GULF TO LAKE HwY.
CRYSTAL RIVER, FL 34429
REAL ESTATE, INC. OFFICE: (352) 795-6633
NE75, WWW.ALEXRE.COM E-MAIL: SALES@ALEXRE.COM


CRYSTAL RI'.'ER 1 -:, '1 Ir ..II a".
renovated 2 bdrm, 1 bath; carport,
appliances, carpet, tile, vinyl, HVAC,
enterior/exterior paint, fenced corner lot.
Public sewer/water, fam rm, din rm, & office.
close to shopping/medical/school etc.
#327613 REDUCED $78.900


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HERITAGE HILLS H- OMOSASSA
Lovely 3/2/2 w/ sunken living rm, fam rm w/
brick fireplace, inground pool all on 2 acres
which allows horses. Ultra violet system in
duct work, beautiful landscaping, 20 x 20
galvaluminum shed on slab. #321959
Reduced '$249 9n0


INVERNESS .pontmas, .ea6 s,
mobile homes on 3 lots, paved road, 1 well, MINI FARMS-2005 JACOBSON DW w/3 bdrms
2 spetics. Buddy Ritz' 2 bedrm, 1 bath, 2 baths on 2.30 acres, split fir plan, great
screen rm, shed. Jefferson 2 bedrm, 1 kitchen w/breakfast nook. 11 x13 ft Ted Shed.
bath, glass porch, cbs shed & workshop. Fantastic kitchen w/cabinets galore. Priced to
Totally renovated in 2007. REDUCED sell REDUCED $110,000. #314829
$66,444. #327441


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2004 D/W ON 2.5 ACRES In the -
mini farms w/ 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 3 car BLACK DIAMOND 3 bedrm, 2 bath,
garage/workshop, spacious kitchen 8 x 27 great room, Florida rm, 2 car garage, bright
front porch, 10 x 12 rear deck, master bath & airy, tile firs cathedral ceilings, jetted tub
garden tub & shower, cathedral ceilings, master bath, inside laundry stainless appl.
lots of nature. $149,900. #325878 partially furnished. $224,000. #326813


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Landscaped lot
i. sprinkler syst'ml

2.241 sq. .
$165,900


WITHLACOOCHEE RIVERFRONT
* 1.1 Acre 1,862 Sq. Ft. LA
* 3/2/2 Eat-In Kitchen
- Beautiful Oaks Dock w/Electricity
Call Owner 352-419-4553
$274,900 #326889 or 352-344-1613


SHAMROCK ACRES 5 ACRES
* 3BR + Den Euro Kitchen
* Caged Pool w/Hot Tub Built 2002
* Corner Lot Energy Features


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DIGEST
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Jennifer
Stoltz
RE/MAX
Realty One.


Wolf
RE/MAX
Realty One.


RE/MAX agents join
Million Dollar club
The associates and staff of
RE/MAX Realty One are pleased
to recognize three more agents
who recently joined the Million Dol-
lar Club. Jennifer Stoltz, Cheryl
Lambert and Peggy Wolf have all
passed the million dollar mark in
sales volume this month. Less than
20 percent of all local agents in our


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without photos w ill not be
reprintedi if the photo is
provided later.

board have qualified for this club.
so Stoltz and Lambert work in the
Inverness office of RE/MAX Realty
One on Main Street. Wolf is an
agent in the Lecanto office on
County Road 491.
Plockelman hits new
high with Plantation
Plantation Re-
alty Inc. would
like to congratu-
late Benjamin __ .
Plockelman for
reaching multi-
million dollar sta-
tus. He has been
with Plantation .
Realty for less ..


than a year. He
can be reached


at 613-3991 or at the Plantation
Realty office, open seven days a
week, at 795-0784.


Jerry
Hartman
Keller Williams
Realty.


Hartman
Keller Williams
Realty.


Hartmans top
$2 million
Keller Williams Realty is proud
to congratulate Jerry and Sue
Hartman for closing in excess of
$2 million in business as of Aug.
31. The Hartmans can be reached
at Keller Williams Realty at 746-
7113, or at the office on State Road


Plantation 44 in Lecanto, next to the Board of
Realty Inc. Realtors office.


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Bob & Dawnya Hedick Ellen Aroneo
Broker/Owner Office Coordinator
(352) 634-4286 (352) 634-2345


Lynn Davis
Property Management
(352) 422-2522


Pat Wadsworth
Realtor
(352) 634-2209


Steve George
Homestead Builders
(352) 422-4012


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CITR S CO- LUUR HOM SPCALIT

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5387 Lena Dr. 463 Epsom Ct.
Pine Ridge Citrus Hills
$275.000 $275,000


2822 Paragon Ln.
Citrus Springs
$157.400





2452 Dellwood
Citrus Springs
$151.900


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Citrus Springs
$178,000





4227 Horseshoe Dr.
Pine Ridge
$265,000
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BOB AND DAWNYA

HEDICK
2008
MULTI-MILLION
DOLLAR PRODUCERS
OVER $7,000,000 IN
CLOSED AND PENDING
SALES FOR 2008


8011 Fieldstone 205 Washington
Citrus Springs Beverly Hills.
$113,200 $55.900

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10270 Gardner Way
Citrus Springs
$149.,000





1102 Nashua Terr.
Citrus Hills
$160,000


15 BarbQur
Beverly .illS
$52,000


95 Hartford
Citrus Hills
$100.000


3101 Fairbanks Dr. 5951 Rosewood Dr.
Citrus Springs Pine Ridge
$123.900 $399.900


(352) 634-4286
bobanddawnya.com
bhedick@tampabay.rr.com


1121 Softwind Lp. 3341 Spyglass Vig.
Crystal Glen Black Diamond
$145,000ooo $680o,o000


3165 Wentworth Lp. 215 Washington 2528 Brentwood Cir. 4645 N. Pine Valley Lp. 6118 W. Corporate Oaks
Black Diamond Beverly Hills Brentwood Black Diamond Meadowcrest
$975,000 $70.000 $130,000 $379,900 $160.000


WHEN YOU WANT IT SOLD!!


Teresa Johnson-Rockey
Luxury Golf Course
Properties Specialist
(352) 422-5921


M SuNDAY, SErmmmiz 14, 2008


Cmus CouNTY (FL) CHRoNicu


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