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Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
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Publication Date: October 28, 2008
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LAST-MINUTE IDEAS:


Wing it!
There's no need to shell out
big bucks for Halloween
costumes./Page C7
WALL STREET:
Big loss
Wall Street finishes
volatile session with
big last-minute loss;
Dow Jones skids to
lowest close in 5 1/2
years./Page A9
NOT GIVING UP:
Convicted
Alaska Sen.
Ted Stevens
pledges to
continue his
Senate race
for re-elec-
tion, despite
being con-
victed on
corruption
charges.
/Page A12
ATTACK INTO SYRIA:
U.S. raid
A raid by U.S. special forces
reportedly kills al-Qaida-
linked head of a Syrian
network./Page A12
OPINION:

I want
a man who
knows the cost
of war on his
troops and on his
citizens.

LETTER, PAGE A10
R.I.P.:
Native son
Best-selling mystery author
Tony Hillerman has died at
the age of 83./Page C12
CANCER AWARENESS:
It's personal
Chronicle
reporter
Shemir
Wiles
relates how
cancer has
affected
her family.
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Arts festival
Inverness will host a popular
event this weekend./Inside

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Comics ..................... C11
Crossword .................... C10
Editorial ................A.... O10
Entertainment ...........C12
Horoscope ................ C10
Lottery Numbers .............B4
Lottery Payouts ............C12
Movies .......................... Cl1
Obituaries .................. A6
Stocks ........................ A8
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State reviews bar's license


* WHAT: Citrus County
Commission meeting.
N WHEN: 1 p.m. today.
* WHERE: Courthouse,
110 N. Apopka Ave.,
downtown Inverness.
* ON THE WEB:
www.clerk.citrus.fl.us,
click on board minutes.


Official discussing case with county leaders


MIKE WRIGHT
mwright@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
State beverage officials say they are
reviewing allegations that the owner of
a Homosassa bar gave misleading infor-
mation that led to his receiving an alco-


hol license.
Citrus County Administrator Anthony
Schembri sent a letter to the DBPR's Di-
vision of Alcohol Beverages and Tobacco
stating Cedar Key Fish and Crab of Ho-
mosassa owner John Lawson provided
incorrect information to gain county
support for a state alcohol license.


The state, which issued Lawson an al-
cohol beverage license in 2007, is re-
viewing the information and discussing
the case with Citrus County officials,
DBPR spokeswoman Alexis Antonacci
said Monday.
DBPR officials are trying to decide
whether to seek an administrative com-
plaint against Lawson that could lead to
the license being revoked.
See LICENSE/Page A4


Vicki Retinas removes a spanakopita or spinach pie from the oven at the Greek Orthodox Church In Crystal River. Its semi-annual Greek Festival
will run from Thursday to Sunday and will serve handmade Greek delicacies created by church members.

Fall Greek Festival starts Thursday, continues through Sunday in Lecanto


SHEMIR WILES
swiles@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle


For two weeks, members of the Archangel
Michael Greek Orthodox Church in Lecanto
have been baking and cooking diligently to
prepare for their semi-annual Greek Festi-
val.
"It's heavy cooking," George Kanaris, festi-
val chairman, said. "Everyone is working for
their church.'?
The fall festival, which starts Thursday,
will offer tantalizing Greek dishes along with
delectable Greek pastries, desserts and cof-
fee. According to Kanaris, more than 15,000
people attend the event "..'
Kanaris said there would be outside ven-
dors offering gyros, Greek-style sausages and
fried calamari. Inside, Kanaris said there
will a variety of Greek dinners. A combina-


* WHAT: Semi-annual Greek festival,
* WHERE: Archangel Michael Greek Ortho-
dox Church, 4705 W. Gulf to Lake High-
way, Lecanto.
WHEN: 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday; 11 a.m. to,
8 p.m. Friday and Saturday; and 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Sunday.
COST: Free admission Thursday. A $1
donation Friday through Sunday.
INFO: Call 527-0766 or visits
www.stmichaelgoc.org.
tion platter of pastitsio, tyropita, dolmades,
spanakopita and pork or lamb skewers will
be on hand for those who want to sample a
little bit of everything.
"It's our most popular dish," Kanaris said.
For those not familiar with Greek cuisine,
pastitsio is Greek-style lasagna. Tyropita is


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i ELECTION STRESS?
Some advice for coping with the
final days of the presidential
y ,election and life beyond:
Step away from the computer,
TV and newspaper, and avoid vi-
cious political arguments, says
Gretchen Rubin, New York-based
author of the forthcoming "Hap-
piness Project."
Be pro-active instead of power-
less by volunteering or otherwise
making your voice heard, Rubin
says.
es Take care of yourself by getting
enough sleep, eating right and
exercising. You'll feel better while
recognizing those things you can
control, says Wilmette, III.-based
psychologist Nancy Molitor.
Realize that no candidate is as
good or as bad as you
might imagine, Molitor says.
When all else fails, change the
subject, says Lisa Miller, associ-
ate professor of psychology at
Columbia University Teachers
College in New York. "Turn to
those things which are more
eternal and more important,
such as nature and family," she
says. "It's a great time to go into
nature. Go camping."


feta cheese wrapped in phyllo dough, dol-
mades are stuffed grape leaves and
spanakopita is a spinach pie made with
spinach, feta cheese and phyllo dough.
There will also be leg of lamb meals
served with orzo and moussaka, which is an
eggplant casserole made with cheese sauce
and potatoes. A dolmades meal with orzo, a
spanakopita dinner and halves of chickens
cooked Greek-style will also be among the
different Greek dishes served during the
four day event
For those with a sweet tooth, plenty of
baked goodies will be available. Bakalava,
kataifa, wedding cookies, Greek custard and
loukoumades are just a few of the sweet
treats festivalgoers can try. Beverages such
as Greek coffee and beer will also be on tap.
Kanaris said there will also be music all
day and children from neighboring parishes
See GREEKS/Page A2


Pilot skids

plane on


runway
Chronicle
A student pilot on Sunday mistakenly
raised the landing gear on a twin-engine
plane while landing at Crystal River Air-
port.
The student pilot's action caused the
plane to land on its belly and skid to a
halt, according to Tom Davis, who oper-
ates the airport for Citrus County.
No one was injured. Damage to the
plane and runway was minor.
The PA44 Seminole twin-engine air-
craft, operated by CAMS Aviation based
in St Petersburg, landed at 1:05 p.m.
After touching down on the first 1,000
feet of the runway, the student pilot in-
advertently raised the gear instead of
the flaps, Davis said. The gear retracted
and the aircraft slid about 800 feet
The event was reported to National
Transportation Safety Board and the
Federal Aviation Administration. Davis
said the event was what federal officials
would term an "incident," not a crash.


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Church member Joe DiPaula paints the base of a new flagpole that was recently erected
in front of the United Methodist Church in Inverness. The flagpole foundation filled an
area where a fountain had previously been at the entrance to the church.


S"It's very close to comple- ners cost anywhere from $6 to
GREEKS tion," he said. $9 and sandwiches range be-
Continued from Page A Anyone interested in seeing tween $4 and $6. On Thursday,
Continued from Page A what has been constructed so there will be free admission
dancing in traditional cloth- far is welcomed to take a tour, and only indoor dinners will
ing. Kanaris said. But much work be available to purchase.
A $1 donation is requested still needs to be done. Parking is free.
for admission and all pro- "We need money now more For information, call 527-chael
ceeds go toward building the than ever," Kanaris said. goc0or
new sanctuary that is cur- The festival is from 4 to 8 goc.org.
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Citrus County
Dunnellon man killed
in motorcycle crash
A 57-year-old man died
after a motorcycle accident
Saturday night.
Mark A. Mestrovich, of Dun-
nellon, was riding his motorcy-
cle in the area of County Road
488 and N. Elkcam Boulevard
in Dunnellon when a witness
said Mestrovich lost control of
his vehicle around a curve in
the roadway, Citrus County
Sheriffs Office spokeswoman
Heather Yates said.
Mestrovich swerved onto
the road's shoulder, then over
into a lane of on-coming traffic.
Eventually the motorcycle
flipped several times. He was
not wearing a helmet, Yates
said. Mestrovich was taken to
Seven Rivers Memorial Re-
gional Medical Center. He was
pronounced dead as a result
of his injuries.
School board to meet
for workshop
Members of the Citrus
County School Board will
gather for a special meeting
and workshop scheduled to
begin 9 a.m. today at the Dis-
trict Services Center in Inver-
ness. School officials plan to
discuss a new bullying and ha-
rassment policy. Also on the
agenda are items about fi-
nancing and land acquisition
regarding the Crystal River
Primary and High School proj-
ects.
Call 726-1931, ext. 2206 or
go to www.citrus.k12.fl.us/ and
click on school board.
TBARTA to have
public workshop
The Tampa Bay Regional
Transportation Authority's
(TBARTA) final community
workshop is from 5:30 to 7:30
p.m. Thursday at the East Cit-
rus Community Center, 9907
E. Gulf to Lake Highway (State
Road 44), which is east of In-
verness just past the Gospel
Island Road intersection.
TBARTA has been asking
the public for ideas about re-
gional transportation.
So far, the public has had
input through TBARTA meet-
ings about what transportation
improvements are needed and
what type of transportation
modes are preferred, such as
regional bus service.
The public is invited. Visit
www.tbarta.com.
New e-mail for
community editors
Due to an e-mail system up-
grade, the e-mail addresses
for the Crystal River Current,
Central Ridge Visitor, Inver-
ness Pioneer and Homosassa
Beacon editors have changed.
The old addresses are no
longer accessible.
To reach:
the Crystal River Current
editor, e-mail current@
chronicleonline.com;
the Central Ridge Visitor
editor, e-mail visitor@
chronicleonline.com;
the Inverness Pioneer ed-
itor, e-mail pioneer@
chronicleonline.com;
the Homosassa Beacon
editor, e-mail beacon@
chronicleonline.com.
Continue to send notices to
community@chronicle
online.com.
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State BRIEFS


Tallahassee

Girl's family attends
ceremony with Crist
The grandfather of an Orlando
girl who disappeared in June
says a ceremony held for miss-
ing children at Florida's Capitol
was "gut-wrenching."
George and Cindy Anthony
joined 13 other families and Gov.
Charlie Crist at the annual Miss-
ing Children's Day commemora-
tion Monday. Cindy Anthony said
the other families in attendance
offered comfort and inspiration.
The couple's granddaughter,
Caylee Anthony, has not been


seen since June. Their daughter,
who is Caylee's mother, has
been charged with killing the girl.
Casey Anthony has pleaded not
guilty to first-degree murder.
Cindy Anthony said her family
continues to believe Caylee is
alive.

Miami

Police: 3 found dead
in car at parking lot
Authorities are investigating an
apparent murder-suicide involv-
ing a Miami couple and a 2-year-
old girl found in a car at a rail
station parking lot.


Police say the man and
woman, both age 29, were
boyfriend and girlfriend. The two
had a child together, but it was
not immediately clear if the girt
killed was that child.
Investigators say all three vic-
tims were shot, though they did
not release who the shooter was.
The victims were Bill Poveda,
Judith Paul and toddler Ava Paul.
Six counties
to get federal funding
President Bush has declared a
major disaster area exists in six
Florida counties affected by Hur-
ricane Gustav in late August and
early September.


Federal funding has been
made available to supplement
state and local assistance, and
will help with recovery and re-
pairs in Bay, Escambia, Franklin,
Gulf, Okaloosa and Santa Rosa
counties.
The funds are available to
state and local governments, as
well as some nonprofit organiza-
tions.
More than 1 million
vote early in state
Florida has hit the million mark
- for voting, that is.
As of 5 a.m. Monday, the Sec-
retary of State's office said
1,016,275 people had cast bal-


lots during the first week of early
voting. Miami-Dade officials say
the county is well on its way to
record voter turnout. So far,
112,000 people have cast ballots
in the county and 92,104 absen-
tee ballots have been returned.
In comparison, during the
2004 presidential election,
244,067 voters took advantage
of two weeks of early voting and
98,466 voted by mail.
Early voting continues in
Florida through next weekend.
Polling places in some counties
are open on Saturday only, while
others have Sunday hours. Elec-
tion Day is Nov. 4.
-From staff reports


Appetite for Success


BRIAN LaPETER/Chronice
Christine Akkasian, of Crystal River, samples stuffed shells from Tasty Creations Sunday night during the annual Taste of Citrus at the Central Florida
Community College Lecanto campus. The event, this year themed "Appetite For Success," featured food from more than 20 local restaurants and raised
money for scholarships.


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Loose tire strikes, No verdict yet in
kills elderly woman cash suitcase trial


MARIANNA- Authorities in
the Florida Panhandle are inves-
tigating after a pedestrian was
struck and killed by a tire that got
loose from a trailer.
The Florida Highway Patrol
says 79-year-old CecilIa Gagnon
of Deming, N.M., had been tak-
ing a walk along Interstate 10
when a rear set of tires sepa-
rated from a trailer axle, and one
bounced in her direction.
She died at the scene Sunday.


LICENSE
Continued from Page Al

Meanwhile, Lawson and
several patrons of the busi-
ness known as The Freezer
are expected to attend today's
Citrus County Commission
meeting to have their voices
heard.
The business has operated
illegally since summer 2007,
county officials say. They say
the business, which includes a
tiki bar and restaurant, does-
n't have the proper zoning.
While code enforcement
fines are piling up against
Lawson, the county has al-
lowed Lawson to continue op-
erating the bar and restaurant
as his zoning change applica-
tion proceeds.
Anticipating a large crowd,
the planning and develop-
ment review board will hear
the case at 9 a.m. Nov. 13 at the
Citrus Springs Community
.Center County commissioners
are. expected to decide the
case in December.
Georgeanna Phelps, a
neighbor of the business who
has pushed the county to seek
a court order closing the bar,
had scheduled an appearance
at today's commission meet-


MIAMI There's no verdict
yet from a jury in Miami in the
trial of a Venezuelan charged
with acting as an illegal foreign
agent in the cover-up of scandal
involving a suitcase full of cash.
The 12-person jury will return
today after deliberating so far for
a day and a half. Defendant
Franklin Duran faces up to 15
years in prison if convicted on all
counts.
From wire reports

ing, but then cancelled it on
the advice of her attorneys.
Citrus County fire and
building inspectors said they
found 38 violations at the busi-
ness last week Development
Services Director Gary Maid-
hof said he believes inspectors
informed Lawson of the viola-
tions and they are awaiting a
plan from Lawson to correct
the violations.
The state issued Lawson an
on-premises consumption al-
cohol license based, in part, by
county approval. County offi-
cials said the Cedar Key Fish
and Crab of Homosassa is
grandfathered as a fish house;
they believed they were giving
permission for a store to sell
alcohol.
County officials said they
based that on Lawson's appli-
cation and sketch of the busi-
ness, which shows space for
retail and wholesale seafood
sales. They said the zoning
does not allow a bar and
restaurant
Lawson is applying for a
zoning change to coastal com-
mercial that would allow, by
conditional use, the operation
of a bar and restaurant The
county community services
staff supports the zoning
change, but not the condi-
tional use, Maidhof said.


For the RECORD


Florida Highway Patrol
Arrest
Jade Lee Wenner, 24, 1660 S. Dell Point,
Homosassa, at 1:41 p.m. Sunday on a charge
of driving with a suspended/revoked license
(knowingly). Bond $10,000.
Citrus County
Sheriff's Office
Domestic battery arrest
Rondila June Lynch, 52, Crystal River, at
8:43 a.m. Friday on a domestic battery charge.
A 48-year-old man said Lynch hit him in the
face causing cuts. Lynch denied hitting the
man, but two witnesses said they saw her do it.
No bond.
DUI arrest
Edward Almodovarsilva, 29, 209 S.W.
Sixth Ave., Ruskin, at 7:18 a.m. Saturday on a
misdemeanor charge of driving under the in-
fluence. According to an arrest report, Almod-
ovarsilva failed all sobriety tasks he was asked
to perform and his blood alcohol concentra-
tions were .120 percent and .118 percent. The
legal limit in Florida is .080 percent. Bond $500.
Other arrests
Gerard F. Mariano, 59, of an unknown
address, Crystal River, at 4:27 p.m. Wednes-
day on a charge of following/harassing/cyber
stalking. A 57-year-old woman said Mariano
made contact with her and she was uncom-
fortable. She said he continued to call her on
her home and cell phone after she told him to
stop calling her. A detective told Mariano that if
he contacted the woman again he would be ar-
rested. When the woman produced a record
that showed Mariano called her again, he was
arrested. His bond was set at none because of
Mariano having the same charge in another
county.
Casey August Males, 22, 3877 W. Klett
Point, Lecanto, at 4:15 a.m. Thursday on
charges of battery and resisting an officer with-
out violence and Christopher Robert Hunt,
27, 2741 Mystery Lane, Citrus Springs, at 4:39
a.m. on charges of affray and resisting an offi-
cer without violence. Authorities believe Males
and Hunt were involved in a fight with a 21-
year-old and a 28-year-old in a restaurant park-
ing lot. Hunt was additionally charged with
violation of probation in reference to an origi-
nal case of providing false information to a
pawnbroker and dealing in stolen property and
violation of probation in reference to an at-
temptedl robbery case. Hunt was being held
without bond. Males' bond was set at $750.


ON THE NET
For more information about arrests
made by the Citrus County Sheriff's
Office, go to www.sheriffcitrus.org
and click on the Public Information
link, then on Arrest Reports.
Watch the "Arrested Developments"
show from the Citrus County Sher
iff's Office at www.chronicleonline.tv.
For the Record reports are also
archived online at www.chronicle
online.com.

Bryan Hollister Falk, 29, 1151 S. Palm
Ave., Homosassa, at 2:59 p.m. Monday on an
Alachua County warrant charge of home inva-
sion. The U.S. Marshal Service assisted in the
arrest. Falk was found in a crawl space under
the house, which he got to through a trap door
in a closet. He is the last suspect to be taken
into custody in reference to the Alachua crime.
Bond $50,000.
Rudolph G. Falk, 22, 1151 S. Palm Ave.,
Homosassa, at 2:59 p.m. Monday on a charge
of driving with a suspended/revoked license
(knowingly). Bond $500.
Travis Scott Carter, 39, 54863 Dorn
Bush Road, Callahan, at 5:48 p.m. Friday on
an active Duval County warrant for a felony
charge of obtaining property by means of a
worthless check. Bond $5,003.
Susan Heron, 42, 7098 W. Village Drive,
Homosassa, at 12:33 a.m. Saturday on a
felony charge of burglary of an unoccupied res-
idence. Bond 5,000.
Anthony Darrell Gaskin, 38,12 S. Tyler
St., Beverly Hills, at 1:58 a.m. Saturday on an
active Hillsborough County warrant for failure
to appear on felony charges of grand theft,
dealing in stolen property and giving false in-
formation to a pawnbroker. No bond.
Jason Lee James, 21, 15616 Onley
Lane, Spring Hill, at 12:30 p.m. Saturday on
felony and misdemeanor charges of posses-
sion of a controlled substance, driving with a
suspended/revoked license and resisting ar-
rest without violence. Bond $3,500.
Anthony Mandell Tribble, 29, 19825
S.W. 107 Lane, Duhnellon, at 8:30 p.m. Satur-
day on an active Citrus County warrant for fail-
ure to appear on a felony charge of possession
of cocaine and two felony charges of driving
with a suspended license. No bond.
Troy Christopher Cartwright, 43, 8500
E. Keating Park St. M4, Floral City, at 10:45


p.m. Saturday on misdemeanor charges of
possession of cannabis and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Bond $1,000.
Burglaries
M A burglary, reported on Wednesday, Oct.
15, occurred at approximately 8 a.m. Friday,
Oct. 10, to a residence in the 2500 block of N.
Bucknell Terrace, Hernando.
M A burglary, reported on Wednesday, Oct.
15, occurred at approximately 8 a.m. Oct. 15,
to a residence on Dianthus Court, Chassa-
howitzka.
On Oct. 15, approximately 6:57 p.m.,
three known female juveniles were arrested for
burglary of an unoccupied residence and
felony criminal mischief, in the 1500 block of S.
Canary Terrace, Inverness.
SA burglary, reported on Wednesday, Oct..
15, occurred at approximately 9:30 p.m. Tues-
day, Oct. 14, to a residence in the 2100 block
of S. Rock Crusher Road, Homosassa.
Preliminary investigation on Oct. 16 re-;
vealed a burglary to a business structure oc-
curred at approximately 3 p.m. Tuesday, Oct.
14, in the 6000 block of N. Suncoast Boule-
vard, Crystal River.
A conveyance burglary and a criminal
mischief occurred at approximately 8 a.m.
Thursday, Oct. 16, in the 600 block of W. High-
land Boulevard, Inverness.
On Thursday, Oct. 16, approximately 7:37
p.m., a known subject was arrested on N.
Bitzer Avenue at E. Parsons Point Road, Her-
nando, for theft and altering a license plate or
decal.
Thefts
HA petit theft, reported on Wednesday, Oct.
15, occurred at approximately 1 a.m. Oct. 15 in
the 2700 block of N. Crede Avenue, Crystal
River.
A grand theft, reported on Wednesday,
Oct. 15, occurred at approximately midnight on
June 3 in the 2300 block of W. Pine Ridge'
Boulevard, Beverly Hills.
A grand theft, reported on Wednesday,
Oct. 15, occurred at approximately 8 a.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 14, in the 4900 block of W. Din-
gus Court, Homosassa.
A grand theft, reported on Wednesday,
Oct. 15, occurred at approximately midnight
Oct. 15, in the 6700 block of W. Norvell Bryant
Highway, Lecanto.
A theft of medication, reported on:
Wednesday, Oct. 15, occurred at approxi-
mately 8 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 14, in the 5200'
block of N. Carl G. Rose Highway, Hemando.'


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Valentine, a 19-year-old
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.:- .- -.. Obituaries -- --


Tillie
Barlar, 98
HOMOSASSA
Tillie Barlar, 98, a 29-year
resident of Homosassa, FL,
passed away Sunday, October
26,2008, at Crystal Gem ALF,
Crystal River. A viewing is
scheduled for Wednesday,
October 29, 2008, between the
hours of 9:30 AM through
10:30 AM at Wilder Funeral
Home, Homosassa, FL, with
a funeral Mass to follow at
11:00 AM at St. Thomas
Catholic Church, Homosassa.
Internment will take place at
Southern Memorial Park,
North Miami, the following
day Wilder Funeral Home,
Homosassa, is in charge of
the arrangements.





Donald
Burks, 80
HOMOSASSA
Donald F Burks, 80, was
born May 3, 1928, in Bloom-
ington, IN, and died October
22, 2008. Don was a trucker
for 30 years; was a boss for
National Homes in Clearwa-
ter; ran a mobile home park
in Corona, CA; had his own
car lot in Longview, TX; was
a U.S. Navy veteran; and be-
longed to the American Le-
gion, Orlando FL. He moved
to Florida in 1998 and
resided in Homosassa.
He is preceded in death by
his parents and two brothers.
Survivors include his wife,
Sue Burks; 6 children,
Ronald (and wife Liliana)
Burks of Elk Grove, CA,
Richard (and wife Silke)
Burks of San Diego, CA,
Larry Burks of Mooresville,
IN, Debbie (and husband
Randy) Vanoy and Donna
(and husband Mike) Price,
both of Mooresville, IN,
Theresa (and husband John)
Hughes of Newark, OH; 11
grandchildren; 9 great-grand-
children; beloved pet Tippie
Toes; cousin, Rose (and hus-
band Jerry) Smith of
Zephyrhills; and close family
and friends. Arrangements by


Turner Funeral & Cremation
Center, U.S. 19 Chapel,
Spring Hill.
Sign the guest book at
www. chronicleonline. coin.
Lloyd
Ingersoll, 45
LOWELL, MASS.
Lloyd Ingersoll, 45, of Low-
ell, MA, passed away in
Boston on Friday, Oct. 24, fol-
lowing a brief illness. He was
the beloved son of Hermon
and Charlotte (Moran) Inger-
soll of Hernando.
Born and raised in
Woburn, MA, Lloyd gradu-
ated from Northeast Voca-
tional Technical School in
Wakefield, MA. Until two
months ago, he had been a
materials handler for Alfa
Aersa in Haverhill. He was
an avid sports fan who loved
watching all the Boston
teams. He loved NASCAR
racing, as well, and bowled in
several bowling leagues.
Surviving, in addition to
his parents, are four sisters,
Alice Ingersoll of Lowell and
Susan Sweeney of Hernando,
Donna Desrochers of Ho-
mosassa, and Nancy Larson
of Woburn; and two brothers,
David Ingersoll of Williston,
and William Ingersoll of VA.
A memorial mass will be
celebrated on Wednesday,
Oct 29, in St Charles Church,
Woburn, MA.
Donations may be made in
Lloyd's memory to the Hos-
pice of Citrus County, PO. Box
641270, Beverly Hills, FL
34464.
Arrangements are being
handled by the Lynch-Cantil-
lon Funeral Home, Woburn,
MA. (Complete information
at www.lynch-cantillon.com).
Sign the guest book at
www.chronicleonline.com.





Howard
Morris
HERNANDO
Howard Peyton Morris
died unexpectedly Saturday,
October 25, 2008, at home.


Born in St. Louis, Missouri,
Mr. Morris graduated from
William and Mary, served in
the Army Air Corps during
the Korean Conflict, and
began his working career in
New York City at Sloan Ket-
tering before moving to
Florida. He continued to
work in the banking and per-
sonnel field until retirement
After retirement, he enjoyed
life to the fullest dividing his
time between Florida and
North Carolina.
Mr. Morris is survived by
his sister, Jane Whisnand;
nephews, Van Whisnand and
Scott Whisnand, and niece
Polly Butler; six great-nieces
and great-nephews; and
seven great-great-nieces and
great-great-nephews; and his
devoted friend Ralph Mabry.
Services will be at a later
date. Heinz Funeral Home &
Cremation, Inverness, FL.
Sign the guest book at
www.chronicleonline.com.
Marian
Niehaus, 88
CRYSTAL RIVER
Marian E. Niehaus, age 88,
beloved mother of Charan
Niehaus, Marcia Elving and
Marie Tinka, devoted grand-
mother and great-grand-
mother. She was born on
October 5, 1920, in Detroit,
Michigan, to Florence (Wey-
ersmiller) and Raymond
Murphy. Marian and her late
husband, Charles, met while
working at Wright Patterson
Air Force Base. They moved
to Citrus County 30 years ago
from Bellbrook, Ohio, where
she was an active member of
Bethel Lutheran Church. She
will be remembered by many
friends and family for her
wonderful sense of humor,
her thoughtfulness of others
and her love for her family,
especially her husband. In
lieu of flowers, please make a
contribution to your favorite
charity or to St. Timothy's
Lutheran Church, Crystal


River, where she was a mem-
ber. There will be a memorial
service at St. Timothy
Lutheran Church 10/30/08 at
6 PM.
Brown Funeral Home and
Crematory, Lecanto, FL.
Sign the guest book at
www chronicleonline. com.
Dorothea
Thyssen, 74
BEVERLY HILLS
Dorothea Thyssen, age 74,
of Beverly Hills, Florida,
died October 24, 2008, at
Seven Rivers Regional Med-
ical Center. She was born on
March 19, 1934, in Berlin,
Germany, to Margarethe
(Dankwart) and Walter
Philipp.
Dorothea
moved to Cit-
rus County
fifteen years
ago from
Tulsa, OK.
She immi-
grated to the
Dorothea U.S. from
Thyssen Germany in
1957 and be-
came a citizen in 1962. In ad-
dition to Germany, she lived
in New York and New Jersey
before moving to Tulsa. Her
very inquisitive mind re-
flected in her hobbies, which
include painting, knitting,
reading and her love of
travel. She was active in the
book club and worked with
Meals on Wheels. Dorothea
was a member of St. Eliza-
beth Ann Seaton Catholic
Church in Citrus Springs, FL.
In addition to her parents,
she was preceded in death by
her son Michael.
Survived by her husband,
Bernard Thyssen of Beverly
Hills, FL; her children,
Susan and Christopher; four
grandchildren, Jessica, Je-
remy, Matteo and Sonja;
daughters-in-law, Nan and
Jen; son-in-law, Rick.
Family will be receiving
friends on Wednesday from 4


until 6 p.m. at the Brown Fu-
neral home in Lecanto,
Florida. Mass will be offered
at 10 a.m. on Thursday at St.
Elizabeth Ann Seaton
Catholic Church in Citrus
Springs. Burial will follow at
the Oak Ridge Cemetery in
Inverness, Florida.
In lieu of flowers, the fam-


CITrus CouNIY (FL) CHRONICLE


ily suggests donations to Fa-
ther Marc, Theo's Work Inc.,
2303 W Market Street,
Greensboro, NC 27403;
www.theoswork.org.
Brown Funeral Home and
Crematory Lecanto, Florida
in charge of arrangements.
Sign the guest book at
www.chronicleonline.com.


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ter at the Inquirer for a time, he and his daughter
and later worked wrote editorials that effec-
editor at The Wall tively canceled each other out
7ral. She also was he wrote conservative
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Name Vol(O) Last Chg Name __ _Vol(00L__Last _Chg Name Vol(OO) Last Chg
NatlCity 1816256 2.02 -.05 SPDR 3629532 83.95 -3.09 PwShs QQQ2270638 28.69 -.82
iShEMkts 1383732 19.30 -.52 SPFncl 1477367 13.18 -.37 Microsoft 1153193 21.18 -.78
Citigrp 1207336 11.73 -.41 ProUIISP 801946 24.73 -1.77 Intel 792789 14.25 -.03
GenElec 1188119 17.73 -.10 ProUlIFin 737892 7.59 -.66 Cisco 648335 16.09 -.22
AmInllGp 996800 135 -.35 PrUShS&P 481043 114.31 +6.26 Oracle 621809 15.77 -.43

GAINERS ($2 OR MORE) GAINERS ($2 OR MORE) GAINERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg_%ChgL_ Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg_
DineEquity 9.06 +3.16 +53.6 CitiAmUSEq 5.30 +1.10 +26.2 VlyNBcwt 4.25 +1.70 +66.7
Dillards 4.52 +1.18 +35.3 PrUShCh25183.01 +31.81 +21.0 NovaMed 3.80 +.87 +29.7
FMae pfl 2.89 +.51 +21.6 CitiJCP09n 5.85 +.95 +19.4 HSN Inc n 6.09 +1.21 +24.8
Nwcst pfD 4.15 +.72 +21.0 MexcoEn 13.00 +1.66 +14.6 RockAgs 2.64 +.52 +24.5
FSA7-2103 6.24 +.99 +18.9 NuvVADv 12.25 +1.55 +14.5 FifthTpfG 91.15 +15.10 +19.9

LOSERS ($2 OR MORE) LOSERS ($2 OR MORE) LOSERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Ch %Chg Name Last Chq %Chq Name Last Chgo%Chg_
HorizLns 3.18 -2.56 -44.6 CEFmkg 3.55 -1.57 -30.7 SavientPh 3.07 -8.51 -73.5
ReinsGpun30.00 -15.00 -33.3 CitiMS08On 3.33 -1.19 -26.3 RigelPh 8.84 -5.57 -38.7
SunriseSen 3.48 -1.70 -32.8 CitiRIO09n 4.71 -1.39 -22.8 Socket rs 4.80 -2.70 -36.0
CNAFn 11.90 -5.76 -32.6 PacBkrMg 2.90 -.70 -19.4 ZymoGen 3.53 -1.42 -28.7
Calgon 10.13 -4.72 -31.8 Servotr 5.85 -1.30 -18.2 Parkrvsn 3.39 -1.27 -27.3


DIARY


DIARY


675 Advanced
2,528 Declined
56 Unchanged
3,259 Total issues
2 New Highs
624 New Lows
5,483,103,988 Volume


DIARY


355 Advanced
794 Declined
79 Unchanged
1,228 Total issues
9 New Highs
201 New Lows
1,255,999,980 Volume


625
2,226
113
2,964
1
595
2,236,379,978


Here are the 825 most active stocks on the New York Stock Exchange, 765 most active on YTD YTD
the Nasdaq National Markel and 116 most active on the American Slock Exchange.Tables Name Div YId PE Last Chg %Chg Name DIv YId PE Last Chg %Chg
show name, price and net change. AT&TInc 1.60 6.6 11 24.39 -.29 -41.3 Microsoft .52 2.5 11 21.18 -.78-40.5
BkofAm 1.28 6.2 18 20.53 -.54-50.2 Motorola .20 4.0 .. 5.05 +.04-68.5
Name: Stocks appear alphabetically by the company's full name (not its abbreviation). Names CapCtyBk .74 3.1 16 24.16 -1.49 -14.4 Penney .80 4.3 5 18.77 -.13 -57.3
consisting of initials appear at the beginning of each letter's list. Citigrp .64 5.5 ... 11.73 -.41 -60.2
Last: Price stock was trading at when exchange closed for the day. Disney .35 1.6 9 21.37 -1.24 -33.8 ProgrssEn 2.46 6.7 11 36.51 -.52 -24.6
Chg: Loss or gain for the day. No change indicated by ... EKodak .50 5.0 5 10.00 -.44 -54.3 RegionsFn .40 4.0 9 9.95 +1.01 -57.9
Stock Footnotes: cld Issue has been called for redemption by company. d New 52-week low.dd- Loss in Embarq 2.75 9.1 6 30.38 +.64 -38.7 SearsHIdgs ... ... 15 48.61 +.94 -52.4
last 12 mos. ec Company formerly listed on the American Exchange's Emerging Company Marketplace, h- ExxonMbi 1.60 2.4 8 66.09 -2.95 -29.5 Smucker 1.28 2.9 14 43.50 -1.23 -15.4
,r, ,,,,,:.,T,p N ,T, iq ., .ul,.ipi. ). i'. quii r ..:i..:r .' i ,. .i,: ar ..u~ ... r ,,, ir, FPLGrp 1.78 4.4 11 40.68 -2.52 -4 0.0
year.The52-wee, ,.r, i,,.. i:.. u : 1 .r:.' .a, [ r. ii7 ,r:...'.i,) :.) C ,, i p. -rr.. .i i.'u rr FordM .2.03 +.02 -69.8 SprintNex ... ... ... 2.92 -.24 -77.8
Preferences.pp-"i.:.:. .. .. .lI ,: ... '... i,,,li,:.:,l ..i., .. i. :p.,-L.n.' ,,"1 GenElec 1.24 7.0 9 17.73 -.10 -52.2 TimeWarn .25 2.8 9 8.81 -.29 -46.6
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,,i ..,, ,r,:i,,cr.,i ,i r,.',, ,,,, ,i:..'l,,L, ,u,,'r,:, .:, r .,,: : ri. .. r. r r, u. ii ,r, .', :us GnMotr ... ... ... 5.45 -.50 -78.1 UniFirst .15 .5 10 29.54 -1.96 -22.3
., ,,j ,,, :r,,. .: ,,u,,, ,.,,.,,,,, .,-,,.,.', ,. .,:,. :r.,:i.:, ',,',,' i I,, .,r,..,,. ,,u... in, ri HomeDp .90 4.8 10 18.91 +.40 -29.8 VerizonCm 1.84 6.7 13 27.61 +2.53 -36.8
ruptcy law. Appears in front of the name. Intel .56 3.9 11 14.25 -.03-46.5
Source:The Associated Piess Sales figures are unofficial IBM 2.00 2.5 9 79.66 -2.41 -26.3
Lowes .34 2.0 10 16.85 -.35 -25.5 WalMart .95 1.9 15 49.67 -1.73 +4.5
McDnlds 2.00 3.9 13 51.76 -1.30-12.1 Walgrn .45 2.1 10 21.40 -1.19-43.8


52-Week
High Low Name
13,962.53 7,882.51 Dow Jones Industrials
5,536.57 3,367.35Dow Jones Transportation
555.71 294.30Dow Jones Utilities
10,330.54 5,280.85NYSE Composite
2,562.20 1,211.54Amex Index
2,861.51 1,493.79Nasdaq Composite
1,552.76 839.80S&P 500
830.39 461.62Russell 2000
15,702.10 8,502.77DJ Wilshire 5000


Net % YTD % 52-wk
Last Chg Chg Chg % Chg
8,175.77 -203.18 -2.42 -38.37 -41.06
3,364.98 -83.46 -2.42 -26.38 -30.54
340.94 -12.76 -3.61 -35.98 -35.23
5,196.53 -231.01 -4.26 -46.65 -49.33
1,284.00 -7.74 -.60 -46.71 -48.94
1,505.90 -46.13 -2.97 -43.22 -46.55
848.92 -27.85 -3.18 -42.19 -44.91
448.40 -22.72 -4.82 -41.46 -45.43
8,502.43 -303.77 -3.45 -42.63 -45.43


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I I N~EWYRKSTOKECAG


Name Last Chg


ABBLtd 10.00 -1.01
ACEULtd 44.35 -4.16
AESCorp 7.09 -.77
AFLAC 36.21 -2.66
AGCO 23.26 -.76
AGL Res 25.63 -1.81
AKSteel 10.90 -.71
AMB Pr 15.32 -2.59
AMR 8.60 -20
ASA Ltd 31.97 -.52
AT&TInc 24.39 -29
AUOptron 6.48 -.18
AXA 15.87 -2.13
AbtLab 53.17 -1.13
AberFtc 24.39 -.62
Accenture 27.54 -1.33
AdamsEx 8.04 -.19
AdvAuto 24.17 -1.74
AMD 2.94 -.09
Aegon 425 -.71
Aeropost] 20.93 +.17
Aetna 25.37 -2.88
Agilent 18.92 -.83
Agnicog 21.70 -4.30
Agnumg 27.33 -2.17
AirProd 47.30 -3.23
AirTran 326 +.12
AlcatelLuc 1.88 -.17
Alcoa 9.04 -.37
AglEngy 27.49 -1.58
AllegTch 18.58 -2.71
Alergan 33.36 -1.82
Allete 33.84 -1.95
AliBGIbHt 7.04 -.45
AlliBlnco 6.51 -.20
AlliBemrn 18.01 -1.69
Allianz 6.37 -126
AldWaste 7.87 -.58
Allstate 24.41 -1.12
AlphaNRs 26.18 -3.46
Alpharma 28.22 -1.22
Altrias 18.46 -.76
AmbacF 2.18 -.23
ARdocs 20.17 -.83
Ameren 28.83 -.70
AMovilL 23.63 -.73
AEagleOut 9.75 -.15
AEP 29.64 -1.34
AmExp 23.08 -.97
AmlntlGp 1.35 -.35
AmSIP3 8.84 +.48
AmTower 26.82 -.31
Amerngas 28.64 +.19
Ameiprrise 20.15 -1.28
AmeriBrg 2927 -1.39
Ametek 28.36 -2.19
Amphedol 23.61 -.69
Anadarko 27.17 -2.18
AnalogDev 19.34 +.07
AnglogidA 1421 -.89
Anheusr 59.27 +2.34
AnnTaytr 11.74 -1.13
Annaly 1121 -.64
AonCorp 34.55 -.30
Apache 64.36. -5.34
Aptlnv 10.50 -1.72
ApplBio 26.32 -2.92
AquaAm 14.71 +.04
ArcelorMit 19.14 -2.82
ArchCoal 16.63 -1.87
ArchDan 17.88 +.35
ArvMerit 4.66 -1.31
Ashland 20.67 -1.28
AsdEstat 6.35 -.51
Assurant 32.28 -4.59


AstraZen 36.62
ATMOS 21.48
AutoNatn 421
AvisBudget 1.40
Avnet 15.10
Avon 23.78
AXIS Cap 24.74
BB&TCp 32.20
BHP BILI 29.52
BJSvcs 11.57
BMCSft 22.06
BP PLC 40.15
BRT 5,50
BakrHu 29.76
BallCp 28.13
BcoBrads 8.43
Bncoltaus 7.78
BooSaniand 8.53
BkofAm 20.53
BkNYMel 26.50
BarickG 18.14
Baxter 55.67
BaytexEg 13.97
BectDck 63.92
Belo s 2.07
Bemis 21.68
Berkley 22.52
BestBuy 21.51
BigLots 19.75
BioMedR 13.70
BIkHilsCp 23.41
BIkDebtStr 3.16
BIkFL08 14.78
Blackstone 7.00
BlockHlR 15.46
Blockbstr 1.07
BlueChp 2.39
Boeing 43.36
Borders 2.44
BorgWams 19.45
BostBeer 34.76
BostProp 58.50
BostonSci 7.11
BrMySq 18.56
BrkfldAsgs 15.89
BiddkPrp 7.76
Brunswick 3.08
BungeLt 31.00
BudNSF 78.67
CBREIIIs 4.64
CBLAsc 6.62
CBSB 7.78
CF nds 45.25
CHEngy 38.12
CIGNA 20.73
CITGp 2.85
CMS Eng 9.67
CSSlInds 16.62
CSX 40.66
CVS Care 24.42
CablvsnNY 14.28
CabotO&G 24.03
Caigon 10.13
CallGolf 9.17
Calpinen 10.96
Camecogs 12.78
Cameron s 19.24
CampSp 35.92
CdnNRyg 36.57
CdnNRsg 35.87
Canon 24.04
CapOne 34.40
CaplBSrce 5.86
CapMpfB 12.24
CardnlHith 35.25
Carnival 25.04
Caterpillar 32.78
Celanese 11.37
Celesticg 3.91


+.11 Cemex 5.78 -.26
-.63 Cemigpf 13.06 +.12
-.22 CenterPnt 10.13 -.38
+.13 Centex 8.61 -.17
+.13 CntyTel 25.62 -3.88
-.64 ChmpE 1.80 -37
-.25 ChRvLab 32.00 -.12
-.05 Checkpnt 10.94 +.01
-1.54 Chemtura 1.21 -.22
-.47 ChesEng 17.65 -2.75
-.93 Chevron 61.71 -2.20
-2.44 Chicos 2.57 -.36
-.21 Chimeran 2.50 -.12
-1.67 ChinaLife 33.57 -4.11
-1.57 ChinaMble 34.83 -1.67
-.03 ChinaUni 10.96 -1.27
+.30 Chubb 45.05 -3.79
-.47 ChungTels 13.91 +.11
-.54 CinciBell 1.86 -.08
-1.31 CircCity .28 +.03
-1.75 Ciigrp 11.73 -.41
-2.53 CliffsNRsos 22.24 -2.32
-1.46 Coach 16.09 -1.54
-3.02 CocaCE 8.78 -.10
-.42 CocaCl 41.01 -.60
-.95 Coeur .41 -.16
-.49 ColgPal 54.77 -1.17
-1.00 CollctvBrd 9.92 -.22
-.90 Colgp 3:01 -.02
-1.90 Comerica 25.80 +1.39
-.91 CmrclMts 8.89 -.50
-.02 ComScop 17.14 -1.38
+.01 CVRD 10.11 -.39
-.89 CVRDpf 9.10 -.25
-.06 CompPrdS 8.86 -.69
-.06 Con-Way 31.60 -.07
-.06 ConAgmra 16.63 -.18
-2.88 ConocPhil 45.62 -2.83
-.35 ConsolEngy 21.89 -3.71
-2.35 ConEd 39.78 -.43
-1.79 ConstellA 12.35 -.37
-2.74 ConstellEn 22.92 -.28
-.82 CtlAirB 14.44 -1.00
+.92 ContiRes 22.69 +.20
-.76 Cnvrgys 9.91 -.30
-.55 Cooper Ind 23.83 -.53
-21 ComPdts 20.33 -2.66
-3.62 Coming 10.15 -.50
-1.33 Covance 45.91 -4.02
+21 CovantaH 21.50 -.18
-.37 CoventryH 12.10 -.55
-.01 Covidien 38.93 -2.49
+.86 CwnCstle 17.62 -.49
-2.15 Cumminss 26.75 -.20
-3.10 eis 19 -26
-.05 a
-.38
-.36 DCTIndI 3.63 -.20
-1.72 DNPSelct 7.45 +.19
-3.35 DPL 20.94 -1.11
+.26 DR Horton 4.70 -.37
-1.41 DTE 32.37 -.64
-4.72 Daimler 24.93 -2.93
-.23 Danaher 52.76 -1.50
-.55 Darden 18.08 -.63
-1.12 DeVry 49.00 +2.25
-2.05 DeanFds 18.30 -.65:
+.13 Deeres 29.89 -.47
-2.41 DeltaAir 7.66 -.65
-4.17 Denburys 8.97 -127
-3.38 DBGIdDL 13.16 -.06
-.90 DeutTel 12.43 -1.25
-.52 DevDv 8.33 +.25
-.02 DevonE 64.47 -5.36
-.64 DiaOffs 68.91 -3.67
-1.48 DiamRk 3.50 -.27
-.52 DicksSptg 13.14 +.03
-2.24 DIgilalRIt 27.33 -1.51
-.44 Dillards 4.52 +1.18


DineEquity 9.06 +3.16
Discover 9.68 -.46
Disney 21.37 -1.24
DomRess 33.98 -1.16
Domtargll 2.24 -.08
DonlleyRR 14.33 -.51
Dover 26.19 -.08
DowChm 22.81 -1.05
DrPepSnn 19.22 +.05
DuPont 27.80 -1.53
DukeEngy 15.72 +.09
DukeRity 10.65 -1.22
Dynegy 2.48 -.06


Fedlnvst
Ferreligs
Ferro
RdNInfo s
FstHorizon
FTActDiv
FtTrEnEq
irstEngy
Rowserve
Fluors
FEMSA
FootLockr
FordM


GoldmanS 92.88
Goodrich 30.90
Goodyear 7.82
GrafTech 5.94
GtPlainEn 17.67
Griffon 6.82
GpTelevisa 13.35
GuangRy 14.79
HCP Inc 26.16
HRPTPrp 2.89
HSBC 52.00
Hallibrin 16,68
HanJS 9.57


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ICICI Bk
IMS HIth
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iSAstla
iShBraz
iShGer
iShHK
iShJapn
iSh Kor
iSMalas
iShMex
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EMCCp 10.01 +.08
EOG Res 62.99 -2.88
EastlChm 34.17 -2.32
EKodak 10.00 -.44
Eaton 40.33 -1.42
Ecolab 35.43 -2.36
Edisonlnt 31.14 -1.25
BPasoCp 7.39 -.29
San 6.54 -.34
Embarq 30.38 +.64
EmersonEl 30.08 -.55
EmpDist 17.30 -.98
EnbrEPtrs 33.33 -1.30
EnCana 39.51 -3.25
Energizer 43.95 -6.62
EnPro 24.42 -.89
ENSCO 33.37 +1.03
Energy 73,76 -5.51
EqtRes 27.24 -1.17
EqlyRsd '28.72 -1.36
EsteeLdr 32.59 +.15
ExcoRes 6.33 -.39
Exelon 47.13 -1.42
ExxonMbl 66.09 -2.95
FMC Corp 30.00 -.75
FMC Tech 27.89 -2.76
FPLGrp 40.68 -2.52
FamilyDir 24.85 -.20
FannieMae .68 +.02
FedExCp 54.94 -1.87
FedSignl 6,50 -.46


ForestLab 22.13 +.27 HanPtDv2 6.45 +.06 iSTairwn
FortuneBr 34.35 -.77 Hanesbrds 12.17 -1.07 iShS&P100
FdtnCoal 14.36 -1.35 Hanoverins 33.25 -1.89 iShCh25s
FrankRes 54.05 -1.43 HarleyD 18.87 -1.01 iSSP500
FredMac .65 -.09 HarmonyG 6.16 -.41 iShEMkts
FMCG 23.75 -1.11 HartfdFn 19.77 -4.53 iSSPGth
FronterCm 7.71 Hasbro 25.95 -.16 iShSPLAs
FronierOid 9.74 -.37 HawaiEl 24,52 -.81 iSSPVal
Frontline 28.26 +1.3 HtCrREIT 38.84 -1.95 iSEafe
HItMgmt 200 -.12 iShC&SRI
HlthcrRIty 21.17 -1.27 iSR1KV
GATX 25.61 -1.40 HealthNet 13.36 -1.94 iSR1KG
GabelliET 3.94 -.18 HithSouth 8.30 -1.60 iSRuslK
GabHithW 4.84 -.05 HedlaM 2.25 -.38 iSR2KV
GabUtil 6.35 -.06 Heinz 39.45 -.04 iSR2KG
GameStop 25.21 -.52 HelixEn 8.02 -.99 iShR2K
Gannett 9.13 -.34 HellnTel 5.65 -.34 iShREst
Gap 11,38 +.17 Herbaife 20.38 -1.03 iShFnSv
Genentch 78.46 -1.38 Hercules 13.36 +.09 iShFnSc
GnCable'' 13.94 -.-83 Hershey 1' 33.06 -.53 iShEngys
GenDynam 52.27 -243 Hertz 4.20 +.16 iShBasM
GenElec 17.73 -.10 Hess 43.37 -6.57 iStar
GnGrthPrp 1.97 -.20 HewlettP 31.18 -1.26 ITTCorp
GenMills 63.71 -.53 HighwdPip 18.17 -2.25 ITT Ed
GnMor 5.45 -.50 HomeDp 18.91 +.40 Idacorp
Genworth 4.27 -.87 HonwllntO 26.22 -.94 Idearc
GaPw8-44 24.00 +.20 Hospira 26,02 -1.24 IkonOffSol
Gerdau s 4.66 -.10 HospPT 8.55 -.76 rTW
GlaxoSKIn 36.35 +.61 HostHots 7.08 -.42 ImatJon
GoldFLtd 4.90 -.41 HovnanE 3.38 -.52 Inineon
Goldcrpg 15.06 -1.95 Humana 30.80 -5.47 IngerRd


IngrmM 11.86 -.86
IntegrysE 42.50 -1.62
IntcnlEx 54.28 -5.27
IBM 79.66 -2.41
InIlCoal 3.19 -.09
IntlGame 10.21 -.64
IntPap 15.93 -.12
Interpublic 4.10 -.12
Invesco 10.98 -.15
IronMtn 19.64 -.

JPMorgCh 34.00 -1.43
Jabil 7.82 +.08
JacobsEng 29.06 -1.42
JanusCap 8.91 +.07
Jefferies 13.01 +.89
JohnJn 60.15 -.64
JohnsnCti 14.89 -1.42
JonesApp 8.63 +28
KB Home 12.24 -.72
KBRinc 12.50 -1.00
KC Southn 25.64 -1.37
Kaydon 24.91 -2.25
Kellogg 47.61 -.61
Keycorp 9.92 -.20
KimbCIk 55.21 +.20
Kimo 17.62 -.88
KindME 51.96 -.24
KineticC 22.66 +1.69
KingPhrm 7.75 -.59
Kinrossg 7.66 -1.15
Kohls 27,26 -.10
KoreaEIc 7.62 +.15
Kraft 26.92 -.18
LKrspKrm 2.30 +.05
Kroger 25.49 -.90
L-I dent 6.73 -1.30
L-3 Com 73.08 -3.17
LDKSolar 14.69 -.93
LLERoylf 1.13 +.02
LSICorp 3.21 -.29
LTCPrp 19.51 -.67
LaZBoy 3.93 -.68
Ladede 44.97 -2.74
LVSands 5.80 -.52
LearCorp 2,04 -.39
LeggMason 13.90 -1.88
LeggPlat 14.59 -1.12
LennarA 6.44 -.08
LeucNal 22.91 +.64
Lexmark 25.43 +.25
LbtyASG 2.60 -.10
UbtProp 19.09 -.91
UlyEli 30.40 -1.33
United 10.18 -.33
iUncNat 18.77 -2.22
Undsay 36.56 -3.88
LizClaib 6.22 -.73
LockhdM 72.64 -3.20
Loews 25.65 -5.66
Lorillard 60.43 +2.30
LaPac 3.37 -.11
Lowes 1.85 -.35

M&TBk 75.32 +.07
MBIA. 6.53 +.01
MDU Res 15.86 -.95
MEMC 16.66 -2.10
MFAMtg 4.53 -.23
MCR 6.82 +.04
MGIC 2.15 -.64
MGMMir 10.05 -1.15
Macerich 20.14 -1.95
MackCall 17.69 -1.51
Macquarie 8.68 -.40
Macys 8.92 -.07
Madeco 5.03 -.17
Magnalg 28.62 -2.31


Manitowoc 9.17
Manulitgs 16.55
MarathonO 22.18
MktVRus 11.92
MarlntA 16.87
MarshM 25.37
Marshllsn 15.26
MStewrt 5.10
Masco 9.87
MasseyEn 16.90
MasterCrd 126.35
MaleriaSci 3.10
Mattel 12.66
McDermInt 11.93
McDnids 51.76
McGrwH 20.22
McKesson 36.88
McMoRn 9.24
MeadWvco 13.05
Mechels 4.10
MedcoHlts 31.18
Medtmic 36.24
Merck 26.82
MerrillLyn 15.21
Metavnte n 11.87
MetLife 26.18
MicronT 3.39
MidAApt 31.18
Midas 9.99
Millipore 46.61
Mirant 15.00
MitsuUFJ 6.07
MobileTel 21.74
MolsCoorB 35.41
Monsanto 71.09
M y 17.96
MSEmMkt 7.75
Mosaic If 26.50
Motorola 5.05
MurphO 39.66
Myan 5.77
NCR Corp 16.40
NRG Egy 19.32
NYSE Eur 23.67
Nabors 12.37
NalcoHId 10.96
NalCity 2.02
NatFuGas 31.46
NatGrid 49.44
NOlVarco 23.50
NatSemi 11.17
NatwHP 25.54
NewAm .95
NJRscss 31.06
NYCmtyB 13.02
NYTimes 9.51
NewellRub 12.66
NewfidExp 18.55
NewmtM 21.54
NwpkRsIf 420
NewsCpA 7.80
NewsCpB 7.88
Nexeng 11.11
NiSource 12.06
Nicor 4228
NikeB, 46.55
NobleCorp 24.65
NobleEn 37.43
NokiaCp 14.74
Nordstrm 14.62
NorilkSo 52.33
Nortelf Is 1.06
NoestUt 19.72
NorthropG 41.97
NwatAir 9.02
Novartis 47.20
NSTAR 29.02
Nucor 31.64


IA EIA N m 5 XCANG


Name Last Chg CFCdag 8.46 -26
CheniereEn 1.70 +.53
Crystalkg .33 -.04
AbdAsPac 3.96 -.01
AdmRsc 18.52 -1.63
AltAstMAc 9.03 +.02 DJIA Diam 80.26 -2.83
ApexSiv 1.03 -.09 DenisnMg 1.04 -.19
ApolloGg .14 +.01 EVInMu2 10.55 +.45
AsiaSpcSn 8.60 -.05 EdorGidg 2.82 -.39
Aurizong 1.25 -.10 EtoirGam .14
AuroraOG .05 +.01 ElIwIs Fd 4.44 +24
BPZRes 6.90 -1.06 Enen 6.9 -.11
BrlndiaTR 27.52 -1.16 Enerln 689 -.11
BootsCts 1.36 -.10 RaPUIIl 11.70 +.36
CanArgoEn .08 -.01 FrkStPrp 8.40 -.76


GastarEg
GoldStrg
GranTragn
GrtBasGg
GreyWolf
HicksAcq
iShCmxG
iShSilvers
iShiBxHYB
iShUSPfd
ImpOil gs
IntellgSys
Invemss


Kowabunaa .11

MktVGold 16.37 -1.43
MktVAgri 21.00 -1.23
Merrimac 2.85 +.20
MetroHIth 1.90
NBRESec 2.40 -.50
Nevsung .33 +.01
NwGold g .88 -.07
NAPallg 1.05 -.05
NthgtMg .60 -.05
NovaGldg 2.22 -.22
OilSvHT 79.19 -4.55


Oilsandsg 1.33 -.17
Orezonea .15 -.01

PhmHTr 55.80 -.98
PionDrhlf 5.51 -.36
PSCrudeDLn 3.95 -.56
PwshDB 24.07 -.18
PSAgri 24.38 +.20
PSUSDBu l 26.88
PwSCInEn 8.11 -.55
PwSW" 11.19 -.52
PSFinPf 13.11 -.63
ProShtDow 88.55 +1.88
ProShtS&P 96.20 +2.80
PrUShS&P 114.31 +6.26


ProUtDow 29.08 -1.42
PrUIShDow 96.67 +5.12
ProUtMC 21.63 -2.37
PrUShMC 130.87 +11.46
ProUltQQQ 26.91 -1.67
PrUShQQQ 87.80 +3.65
ProUltSP 24.73 -1.77
PrUShCh25 183.01 +31.81
PrUItSEMn 194.00 +11.30
ProUShtRE 199.42 +20.52
ProUShOG 56.80 +5.25
ProUShtFn 177.99 +14.18
ProUShtBM 109.91 +12.82


ProUltO&G 24.75 -2.81
ProUltin 7.59 -.66
ProUBasM 14.45 -2.65
ProUSR2K 143.00 +12.00
ProUltR2K 18.03 -1.88
Proliance .11 -.05
QuestCapg 1.01 -.04
RegBkHT 82.81 -1.72
Rentech .46 -.05
RetailHT 66.57 -1.32
RdxSPiEW 25.50 -1.31

.1nInlRF 25 40 -.44


PoUltSemi 15.38 -.05 SpdrilntSC 15.20
ProUtRE 7.30 -.95 SpdrHome 11.77


SpdrKbwBk 25.02
SpdrWilRE 38,.38
SpdrKbw RB 27.25
SpdrRetl 19.49
SpdrOGEx 26.35
SpdrMetM 23.75
SemiHTr 18.28
SportsPrp n 8.95
SPDR 83.95
SPMid 86.08
SP Mats 21.20
SP HhC 24.60
SPCnSI 22.22
SPConsum 19.13
SP Engy 40.86


SPFnd 13.18 -.37
SPInds 21.24 -.85
SPTech 14.75 -.31
SP UtI 26.40 -1.07
Taseko .70 -.04
TrianAcwt .22 -.04
US Gold .50
USNGsFd 27.04 -.46
USOilFd 50.85 -2.15


Westmrid
WilshrEnt
YMBiog


6.88 -.65
2.10 +.10
.24 -.03


NA a SDAQNAT AMARK


Name Last Chg


A-Powern 4.75 -.31
ACMooreIf 3.14 -.11
ADC Tel 4.75 +.32
AFCEnt 3.58 -.18
APPharma .58 -.02
ASMLHId 15.67
ATMI Inc 10.26 -.48
ATP O&G 9.36 +.14
ATS Med 2.23 +.06
Aastrom .33 -.05
Abaxrs 10.28 -1.34
Abiomed 10.75 -126
Abraxas 1.50 -.05
Acergy 4.70 +.13
AcordaTh 15.89 -1.28
ActivsBlzs 10.50 -1.19
Actuate 2.20 -.16
Acusphere h .57
Acxiom 7.11 -.38
Adaptec 2.76 +.15
AdobeSy 23.68 -.21
Adtran 13.84 -.53
AdvantaA 1.75 -.20
AdvantaB 3.16 -.36
AdventSftt 21.01 -1.68
Aftymetrix 3.72 -.37
AgFeed 3.78 -.32
AirMeth 15.68 -.41
AkarnmaiT 12.09 -.63
AlaskCom 9.01 -.22
Aldilas 4.40 +.50
Alexion s 36.12 -1.21
AlignTech 5.48 -.14
Alkerm 8.75 -1.19
AltosThera 5.55 -.42
AlIscriplM 5.06, +.19
AlnylamP 18.45 -2.72
AfteraCplf 16.62 +.11
Alvaion 3.00 -.27
Amazon 49.58 +.62
Amedisys 45.54 -1.84
AmerBioh .39 -.00
AmCapLtd 10.03 -.64
ACmdLiUn 5.39 -.72
AmerMed 10.68 -.69
AmSupr 9.90 -1.22
Amrngn 2.85 -.24
AmCasino 5.93 +.02
Amgen 54.74 -2.43
AmkorTIf 3.36 -.12
Amsurg 20.14 -.71
Amylin 8.31 -1.50
Anadigc 1.55 -.08
Anlogic 35.57 -2.32
Analysts .62 -.03
AngloAm 9.13 -.73
Ansys 24.10 -.22
Anigncs .60 -.19
ApolloGrp 53.60 -.19
Apollolnv 10.01 -.64
Apple Inc 92.09 -4.29
ApldMalJ 11.30 -.10
AMCCrs 4.32 -.06
ArchCap 62.03 +.19
ArenaPhm 3.06 +.13
AresCap 5.82 -.20
Anba Inc 8.61 +.20
AriesMar .80 -.08
ArkBest 26.59 +1.06
ArmHId 3.81 -.18
Aris 4.54 -.28
ArtTech 2.00 -.04
ArubaNet 2.75 +.02
Asialnfo 8.77 -.45
AssodBanc 18.40 -.50
AsystTchIf ,65 -,14
athenahth 21.73 +.53
Atheros 16.13 +.21
AlasAJr 18.94 -3.56
AtlasAms 18.02 -1.37
Atmel 3.52 +.16
Audvox 4.29 -.04
Autodesk 20.68 -1.16
AutoData 31.03 -1.60


Auxilium 18.00 -3.87
AvidTch 13.40 -.16
Avigen .57
AvoctCp 13.33 -.45
Aware 2.49 -.03
Axcelis .36 -.09
AxsysTech 54.01 -.81
BE Aero 9.74 -.02
BldrsDev 14.88 -1.05
BidrsEmg 21.37 -.80
Baidu.com 179.00 -12.22
BareEscent 6.20 -.54
BasinWtrIf .58 -.17
BeaconPw .84 -.04
BeacnRfg 10.46 -.93
BeasleyB 1.40 -.10
BebeStrs 6.16 -.13
BedBath 22.59 -.82
Biogenldc 40.25 -1.17
BoMarin 14.66 -2.28
Biopurersh .25 +.01
BlueCoat 10.55 -.54
BlueNile 24.32 -2.00
BobEvn 19.10 -.44
BostPrv 7.06 -.11
BrigExp 5.85 -.25
Brightpnt 4.21 -.19
Broadcom 16.39 +.75
BrcdeCm 3.04 -.05
BrkdneB 9.94 -.19
BrooksAuto 6.39 -.07
BrukerCp 6.12 -.77
Bucyruss 17.76 -.96
BuffaloWW 29.06 +1.51
CA nc 14.37 -.28
CBRLGrp 15.88 -.33
CDCCpA 1.21 -.02
CH Robins 44.75 +.59
CMEGrp 233.19 -18.01
CSGSys 14.33 -.57
CTC Media 8.69 +1.27
CV Thera 7.74 -.62
CVBFFnd 10.19 -.08
CabolMic 24.09 -.12
Cadence 3.05 +.15
CdnSolar 7.85 -.46
CapCtyBk 24.16 -1.49
CpstlTrb 1.18 -.01
Cardiomg 4.30 -.20
CareerEd 12.47 -.74
Canizo 16.90 -2.18
Car6ervcp 6.50 +.25
CasellaW 4.59 -.83
Caseys 25.84 +.24
CasualMal 1.85 -.21
CatalystH 15.07 -.79
CathayGen 18.18 +1,19
CaviumNet 11.26 -.28
Beyond 8.91 -.41
CeleraGrp 9.21 -.81
Celgene 54.95 -2.52
CellGens .15 +.05
CenitCom 2.24 -.20
CentEuro 18.24 -.33
CEurMed 18.57 -2.47
CenGrdAlf 2.27 -.25
CentAI 9.28 -.64
Cephln 64.78 -1.51
Cepheid 9.16 -.78
Ceradyne 24.58 -1.42
CeragonN 4.92 +.16
Cemer 34.21 +.58
ChariRsse 6.63 -.50
ChrmSh 1.13 -.05
Chartlnds 11.74 -1.86
ChariCom .37 -.03
Chattem 68.63 +.90
ChkPotnt 17.51 -.69
Cheesecake 8.38 -.15
ChildPlace 26.57 -.46
ChinaMed 19.66 -1.39
ChinaPSOt 1.90 -.14
ChinaSun 3.41 -.11
ChrchllD 29.01 -2.57
CienaCorp 8.52 +.27
ClnnRn 21.50 -.73
Cintas 19.80 -.44
Citrus 4.65 -.29


Cisco 16.09 -.22
CitizRep 2.09 +.05
CitixSys 21.80 +.17
CleanEngy 9.51 -.97
CleanH 57.76 -2.48
Clearwire 6.26 -.39
CoStar 28.93 -1.96
Cogent 8.26 -.71
Cognex 14.57 +.13
CognizTech 16.07 -.58
CogoGrp 4.05 -.20
ColdwIrCrk 2.59 -.27
ColSprtw 32.59 +1.24
Comarco 1.24 -.03
Comcast 13.62 +.55
Comcspd 13.47 +.62
CmcBMO 41.52 +.35
CommSys 7.57 +.25
CommVit 8.92 -.21
Compuwre 5.61 -.30
Comtech 40.83 -1.62
Concepts 9.47 -.81
ConcurTch 22.09 -.65
Conexantrs 1.56 -.19
Conmed 23.06 -.48
CopanoEn 19.12 -1.33
Copart 31.46 -1.14
CornnhC 11.73 -.41
CorpExc 23.39 -1.42
CorusBksh 2.07 +.07
Corvel 24.46 -.46
Costco 51.90 +.97
CreeInc 17.29 -.39
Crocs 1.68 -.04
Crosstex 11.80 -.74
Ctrip.com 24.15 -1.85
CubistPh 21.03 -.32
Cyberonics 10.50 -.44
CybrSrce 10.06 -.80
Cymer 21.29 -.11
CyprsBio 5.34 +.07
CvtRx .53
.----
DXPEnts 11.52 -2.34
Daktronics 9.47 +.17
DataDom 16.14 -.26
DeckOut 74.14 +.40
Dell inc 11.74 +.24
DItaPhr 7.01 -.19
Dndreon 4.20 -.03
Dentsply 26.22 -1.70
DiamondF 27.30 +.28
DIgitlAngel .17 -.07
DigRiver 23.53 -1.03
Diodes 8.13 -.37
DirecTV 17.95 -.73
DiscCmA 10.41 +.14
DiscCmCn 10.00 +.21
DishNetwk 15.62 -.57
DIrTree 34.40 -.30
DressBam 8.03 -.15
DryShips 14.63 -2.26
Dynavax .26 -.02
ETrade 1.72 -.25
eBay 14.53 -.36
ENGIobal 3.56 -.44
ev3 Inc 6.56 -1.05
EaglaBulk 7.04 -.71
ErthUnk 6.39 -.11
EstWstBcp 12.88 +.42
Ecllpsys 13.77 -.72
Ed Bauer 2.17 -.16
EduDv 3.82 -.18
ElectSdc 7.95 -.38
ElectArts 22.80 -1.97
EFII 9.43 +.43
ElizArden 15.87 -.09
Emcore 3,53 -.27
EndoPhrm 14.62 -.55
EngyConv 28.38 -2.11
EngyXXI 1.42 -.10
Entegris 2.16 -.21
EplcorSft 6.44 -.43
Equinix 51.67 -1.33
EricsnTels 6.23 -.42
Euronet 8.24 -.81
EvrgrSIr 2.39 -.19


Exelixis 3.03 -.44
ExideTc 3.51 -.21
Expedia 9.99 -.08
Expdintl 27.46 -.73
ExpScripts 48.84 -4.34
Ezcorp 13.21 -.41
F5 Netwks 22.93 +.86
FCStone 5.47 -1.34
FEICo 16.33 -.38
FLIRSyss 27.14 -.34
Fastenal 31.87 -.06
RberTowr .40 +.01
FifthThird 8.47 +.40
Fncllnst 12.62 -.04
inisar .56 -.05
FnUne 7.44 +.34
FstCashFn 13.54 -1.21
FMidBc 18.38 +.35
FstNiagara 13.87 +.05
FstSolar 107.91 -12.62
FstMerit 17.07 -.83
Fiserv 28.95 -.96
Flextn 3.75 -.08
FocusMda 12.21 -.82
ForcePro 1.99
FormFac 15.77 -.42
Fossil Inc 15.35 -.57
FosterWhrs 20.04 -1.83
FoundryN 12.39 -.28
Fredsinc 9.58 -.08
FrontFncl 6.37 -.43
FuelSysSol 24.74 -1.82
FuelTech 9.65 -.34
FuelCell 3.50 -.30
FultonFnd 8.71 -.13

GFfGrps 2.86 -.13
GMX Rs 26.07 +.01
GSI Cmmrc 8.91 -.50
GT Solar n 3.96 -.40
Garmin 20.26 -1.00
GenProbe 39.95 -1.09
Genelabsh .26 -.03
GenBiotch .29 -.00
Gentex 8.29 -.14
Genzyme 65.70 -1.75
GeronCp 2.85 -.14
Gibraltar 10.08 -1.14
GigaMed 5.28 -.19
GileadScd 42.40 -.92
GlaclerBc 17.13 -.17
Globlnd 3.17 -.25
Globalstar .48 +.04
GolarLNG 5.17 -.83
Google 329.49 -9.80
GrWifRes 1.45 -.29
GreenMtC 24.82 +.31
Gulfisland 17.01 +.73
Gymbree 21.75 -.19
HLTH 7.99 -.07
HMN Fn 9.01 +.01
HSN Incn 6.09 +1.21
HackettGp 2.82 -.25
HainCel 21.19 -1.08
HanmiFnd 3.55 -.34
HansenMed 7,66 -1.16
HansenNat 21.00 -.12
Harmonic 6.27 -.93
HawHold 5.66 -.14
HayesLm 1.13 -.14
HrtlndEx 13.41 -.12
HSchein 42.41 -1.56
HercOffsh 5.38 -.18
Hibbett 13.41 -.05
HimaxTch 1.92 -.04
Hittite 28.66 +.89
Hologics 11.42 -1.30
HookerFu 8.80 -.69
HorsehdH 2.27 -.20
HotTopic 5.82 +.21
HouseValu 2.52 -.01
HubGroup 25.10 -.62
HudsCity 15.71 -.32
HumGen 2.77 -.38
HunUB 24.40 -.34
HuntBnk 9.17 +1.17
HulchT 5.25 -.92


HydroGn h .07 +.01
i2Tech 14.11 +.02
IAC Inters 15.71 -.31
ICOGIbA 1.00 +.21
idexxLabs 29.66 -2.16
IPCHold 24.00 +.33
iPass 1.62 -.14
iShNsdqBio 62.38 -3.55
IconPLC s 25.42 -.85
IconixBr 7.36 -.09
Illuminas 24.06 -1.07
Imclone 67.85 +.06
Immucor 21.63 -.70
Incyte 3.74 -.89
IndevusPh 2.03 -.19
Inlinera 6.89 -.11
InloSpace 7.65 -.52
Informal 12.46 -.35
InfoSvcs 2.72 -.26
InfosysT 24.38 -.84
InnerWkgs 6.11 -.63
Innophos 20.58 -1.12
InsitTc 11.19 -.16
InspPhar 2.41 -.19
Insulet 5.85 -.67
InIgDv 5.29 -.19
Intel 14.25 -.03
InteractBrk 18.19 -1.81
InterDig 16.81 -.79
Intrface 5.91 -.44
InterMune 13.20 -.49
IntlSpdw 27.25 -.99
Intersil 12.14 +.60
Intuit 22.45 -.36
IntSurg 155.01 -3.67
Invitrogn s 23.26 -3.36
Isis 12.25 -.91
Itron 45.31 -3.35
IvanhoeEn 92 -.03

JA Solar s 3.82 +.05
JDSUniph 5,40 -.10
JackHenry 14.85 -.70
JamesRiv 12.86 -1.55
JetBlue 4.46 -.42
JosphBnk 22.25 -.14
JoyGlbI 20.90 -.34
JnprNtwk 16.82 +.32
KLATnc 19.62 +.91
KaiserAlu 24.26 -.01
KeryxBioh .13 -.00
KnghtCap 13.34 +.20
Kulicke 2.42 -,14
LJ Intl .37 -.01
LKQCps 10.12' -1.98
LSI Inds 6.05 -.08
LamResrch 19.52 +.29
LamarAdv 13.03 -.81
Landstar 32.09 -.01
Lattice 1.56 -.10
LawsnSit 4.49 -.21
LeapWiriss 20.91 -1.14
Level3 .88 +.11
UbGIobA 12.08 -1.38
LbGIobC 11.96 -1.64
UbtyMIntA 5.71 -.61
UbMCapA s 6.99 -.56
LibMEntAn 15.18 -1.55
LifePIH 19.85 -1,66
LigandPhm 1.41 -.36
LihirGold 9.81 -.81
Uncare 23.58 -1.07
LincEl 35.81 -1.01
UnearTch 20.38 +.55
UnnEngy 15.00 -.47
LodgeNeot 1.17 +.03
Logitech 13.67 -1.32
LookSmart 1.77 -.03
Lufkin 40.31 -2.90
lululemnl 1O.12 9-.0

MDRNAH .21 +.04
MGE 31.94 -.83
MKS Inst 15.15 -.16
MRV Cml .56 -.08
MTS 28.24 -.50


MacrvsnSol 9.16 -.59
MagelnHI 31.45 -2.29
Magma 1.73 -.25
ManTech 41.34 -1.64
Martek 25.46 -1.22
MarvellT 6.06 -.03
Masimo 24.32 -1.67
MatrixSv 11.35 -.15
MaxCapital 13.35 -1.22
Maximlign 12.69 -.45
MaxwllT 6.74 -.32
Medarex 5.42 -.29
Mediacm 3.01 -.26
MedicActn 9.13 -.61
MediCo 14.31 -3,69
MelcoCrwn 3.00 -.18
MemryPh h .07
MentGr 6.45 -.50
MercadoL 11,06 -1.18
Mercerlnfl 1.74 -.03
MeridBio 19.55 -.94
Melhanx 10.62 -1.01
Micrel 6.41 -.19
Microchp 23.15 +.77
MicrosSyss 17.50 -1.10
MicroSemi 18.52 -.07
Microsoft 21.18 -.78
MiddleBrk 1.10 -.18
MillerHer 18,10 -.42
Millicom 26.51 -1.21
Misonix 1.50 +.10
Molex 13.06 -.44
MolexA 12.11 -.28
MonPwSys 14.09 -.34
MonstrWw 10.40 -.19
MorgHtl 3,65 +.07
Mornsir 40.96 -1.95
Movenc 1.51 -.14
MyriadGn 53.30 -3.52
NETgear 8.77 -.16
NICESys 19.52 -.53
NII Hldg 15.94 +.53
NPSPhm 6.42 -.14
NasdOMX 26.58 -1.91
NatPenn 14.30 +.13
NatusMed 14.59 -1.13
NektarTh 4.11 -.42
NetSeric 5.14 -.03
NetLogic 18.95 +.30
NetApp 11.79 -.41
Netease 17.74 -1.40
Netflix 17.94 -1.01
NeurMtrx .96 +.43
NexCenhlf .10 -.00
NexMed .15 +.03
Nextwaveh .20 -.03
Nissan 8.49 -.62
NobltyH 10.10 -2.71
Nordson 32.97 -.86
NorTrst 49.68 +.14
NvtWrls If 4.36 +.21
Novell 3.83 -.28
Novlus 13.86 -.17
NuHorizlf 2.12 +.02
NuVasive 38.55 -3.20
NuanceCm 7.61 -.91
NutriSys 11.18 -.01
Nvidia 6.97 +.38
OReillyA 20.87 -.23
OSI Phrm 33.53 -1.01
OceanFrt 7.11 +.14
OldDomFh 25.12 +2.16
Omnicell 9.06 -.14
Omniture 9.80 -.33
OmniVisn 7.47 -.28
OmixBio 14.62 -.13
OnAssign 4.72 -.42
OnSmcnd 4.56 +.01
OnyxPh 22.40 -3.16
optXprs 13.89 -.78
Oracle 15.77 -.43
Orthfx 9.05 -.37


PDLBios 8.11 -.41
PFChng 17.34 -.54
PMCSra 3.81 -.01


PSSWrid 16.76 -.53
PacWstBc 22.21 -.94
Paccar 22.29 -.92
Pacerlntl 10.01 -.05
PacCapB 15.01 -.39
PacEthan .65 -.07
PacSunwr 2.70 -.20
PaetecHId 1.05 -.05
Palm Inc 2.95 +.01
PanASIv 9.60 -1.35
PaneraBrd 36.47 -1.58
Pantry 18.11 +1.11
ParPet 3.39 -.41
ParamTch 11.86 -.47
Parexels 13.70 -1.27
Parkrvsn 3.39 -1.27
Patterson 20.96 -.67
PattUTI 10.58 -.63
Paychex 24.26 -.21
PnnNGm 13.35 +.59
PeopUtdF 15.58 -.51
Perrigo 28.26 -1.03
PetMed 14.79 -1.58
PetroDev 16.31 -2.89
PetsMart 17.52 -1.01
PhNetDev 1.50 -1.12
PharmPdt 27.72 +.20
PhaseFwd 13.33 -1.28
PhilCons 54.55 -2.07
PhnxTc 3.85 +.39
Photln .39 -.04
PlugPower .79 -.09
Polycom 18.59 -.92
PoolCorp 15.72 -.50
Popular 6.17 +.22
PwrInteg 17.79 +.94
PowShEngy 41.78 -1.89
PwShsQQQ 28.69 -.82
Powrwav 1.97 -.14
Presstek 3.85 -.35
PriceTR 32.00 +.53
priceline 49.26 -2.69
PrivateB 33.59 -.61.
ProgPh 8.07 -.76
ProgrsSoft 18,90 -.04
ProspBcsh 29.25 +.02
ProvidSvc .93 -.10
PrvBksh 8.10 +.11
PsychSol 27.39 -1.78
PureCycle 4.87 -.12
QIAGEN 12.91 -1.23
QLT 2.14 -.13
QiaoXing 2,44 +.23
Qlogic 10.64 -.72
Qualcom 33.98 -1.01
QualitySys 31.20 -2.13
QuantFuel .66 -.04
QuestRes .40 -.04
QuestSft 10.98 -.36
Questcor 7.22 -.27
RF MicD 1.77 -.06
RTI Biolog 4.04 -.38
RadNet 2.53 -.26
RadioOneD .08 -.01
RainmkrSy 1.40
Rambus 7.01 -.27
Randgold 23.57 -2.18
RealNwk 3.77 -.17
RedRobin 13.44
Regenm 15.46 -.69
RentACt 15.49 -.26
RepubAIr 11.94 -.89
RschMotn 42.66 -2.30
ResConn 14.13 -.21
RigelPh 8.84 -5.57
Riverbed 11.19 +.53
RosettaR 10.06 -1.18
RossStrs 27.97 -.81
RoyGId 23.15 -1.69
Ryanair 19.62 -.06

SBACom 15.69 -.06
SElInv 13.95 -.62
SVB FnGp 45.45 -2.89
SabaSoft 1.70 -.03
SalixPhm 6.87 -.48
SanderFm 27.61 -1.14


SanDisk 7.53
SangBio 6.02
Sanmina .66
Sapient 4.18
SavientPh 3.07
Savis 6.05
Schnitzer 21.34
Scholaste 17.60
Schwab 15.53
SciGames 14.04
SeagateT 6.69
SearsHldgs 48.61
SealtGen 8.13
SecureCmp 5.51
SelCmfrt .50
Selectvlns 18.04
Semtech 10.40
Sepracor 11.47
Sequenom 14.41
Shanda 23.61
Shire 32.88
ShufflMstr 2.94
SiRFTch .95
Sity .90
SigmaDsg 9.00
SigmaAld 35.30
Silicnmlg 3.84
SicnLab 22.11
SlllcnMotn 2.67
Slcnware 3.98
SilvStdg 6.19
Sina 25.76
Sinlair 3.10
SliusXM .38
SkyWest 11.52
SkywksSol 5.99
SmartBal 6.55
SmithWes 1.60
SmurfStne 1.00
Sohu.cm 42.73
Solarfun 4.55
SonlcCorp 8.68
Sonus 1.92
SouMoBc 13.00
SouthFnd 4.07
Spansion .35
SpartnMot 3.40
Staples 13.67
StarBulk n 3.52
StarSient 2.68
Starbucks 9.59
SiDynarns 8.88
StemCells .99
Stereotaxis 3.41
Stericyde 49.38
StedtBesh 7.51
ShIF WA 7.75
StewEnt 4.56
SunHithGp 10.27
SunMicrors 4.44
SunPowerA 34.68
SunPwrBon 25.60
SusqBnc 13.01
Sycamore 3.00
Symantec 13.65
Symetricm 3.00
Synaptlcss 26.98
Synopsys 16.80
Syos 15.16
TBSIntlA 6.61
TDAmeritr 10.64
TFS Fncl 12.41
THQ 7.04
twtelecom 4,83
TakeTwo 10.95
TASER 4.27
Team 23.19
TechData 19.58
TechTeam 4.37
Tekelec 10.88
TIlCmSys 5.59
Telik h .28
Tellabs 3.92
TerreStar .39
TesseraT 12.84
TetraTc 17.30
TevaPhrm 37.78
TexRdhsA 7.14


Theramvnce 6.85 -1.37
thinkorswim 6.24 -.34
Thoratec 21.68 -3.36
3Com 2.12 -.09
TibcoSft 4.25 -.15
TiVo Inc 5.23 +.01
TomoThera 3.00 -.44
TractSupp 34.72 -1.45
TrdeStatn 5.93 -.22
TridentM h 1.57 +.01
TrimbleN 16.22 -.91
Trimeriss 3.41 +26
TrinityBio 2.78 -.02
TdiQuint 3.33 -.24
TrueReldg 13.77 -.72
TrstNY 10.05 -.32
Trustmk 16.75 -.54
UAL 11.40 -.55
UCBH HId 4.59 +.14
UMBFn 39.88 -1.83
UTiWddwd 9.42 -.27
UTStrcm 1.88 -.04
Ullrpetrol 3.16 -.49
Umpqua 12.40 +.37
UnionDril 3.88 -.51
UtdN tFt 18.22 -.85
UtdOnIn 6.67 -25
USEnr 2.15 -.05
ULdThrp 80.97 -7.91
UnivFor 19.10 -.21
UranlumR .80 -.06
UrbanOut 18.61 -.60


VCA Ant 16.66 -1.20
ValenceTch 2.01 -.18
ValueClick 6.07 -.31
VarianSeml 18.24 -.09
VascoDta 9.02 -.15
Veecolnst 7.78 -.45
Verigy 13.22 +.16
Verisign 18.42 -1.24
VertxPh 2121 +24
VirgnMdah 3.99 -.12
ViroPhrm 10.06 -1.07
VistaPrt 21.85 -1.31
Vius 5.14 -.23
Volcano 13.34 -26
Voloam 10.02 +.20
Volterra 9.21 +.06
WamerChll 11.97 -.24
WarrenRs 4.54 -1.03
WashFed 15.34 -.21
Websense 16.11 -.59
WemerEnt 17.49 +.35
WAmBcp 48.08 -.23
Westaffh .40 +.05
WelSeal 2.33 -.03
WhitneyH 16.33 -.13
WholeFd 10.08 -.66
WndRvr 7.07 -.23
Winn-DIMe 11.48 +.54
Wintrust 22.24 -.31
WdwrdGvs 25.96 -1.15
Wkstrm hf .05 +.00
WldAocep 16.14 -2.46
WrightM 20,45 -1.30
Wynn 33.46 -3.13
XOMA 1.15 -.17
Xilinx 17.34 -.72
YRC Wwde 3.60 +.33
Yahoo 11.58 -.52
YoubeLcom 1.03 -.06
ZebraT 16.88 -.67
Zlamr .64 +.02
ZonBcp 34.56 +2.32
ZoltekIf 9,10 -.92
Zoran 6.04 -.15
ZymoGen 3.53 -1.42


NvFL 9.85 +.11 QuantaSvc 16.41 -1.11
NvIMO 10.90 -.03 QstDiag 40.40 -.27
NvMulSI&G 4.18 -.01 Questar 25.12 -2.16
NuvQPf2 4.98 -.38 QkslvRess 8.41 -.64
OGEEngy 24.65 -1.12 Quiksilr 1.77 -.17
OcoiPet 42.08 -3,61 OwestCm 2.23 -.06
OfficeDpt 1.60 -.11 RHDonI .74 +.03
Olin 15.39 -1.03 RPM 12.91 -.90
Omnlcom 26.77 -1.10 RadioShk 11.15 -.34
Omnova .59 +.08 Ralcorp 64.33 -1.52
ONEOKPt 49.61 -.10 RangeRs 31.82 -2.71
soshC 5.7 -.09 RJamesFn 17.75 -.25,
,i:m il Rayonier 27.35 -.46
Raytheon 43.46 +.06
PG&ECp 34.46 +.01 Ritylnco 19.14 -1.61
PNC 58.63 -.25 RedHat 10.57 -.80
PNM Res 8.20 -.22 RegionsFn 9.95 +1.01
PPG 43.88 -123 RelStlAl 17.16 -2.37
PPLCorp 28.69 -.64 ReliantEn 4.19 -.67
Pacliv 23.92 -1.40 ReneSolan 4.71 -.23
ParkerHan 34.58 -2.34 Repsol 16.43 -1.22
PartnerRe 63.76 +1.98 RepubSvc 18.43 -1.43
PatriotCs 12.17 -1.14 RetailVent 1.35 -.57
PeabdyE 26.30 -3.38 Revtonrs 11.03 +30
Pengrhg 9.85 -54 ReynkdAm 45.81 -82
PennVaRs 14.69 +.05 RlteAjd .45 -.04
PennWstg 14.79 -.84 RobtHalf 15.95 +.17
Penney 18.77 -.13 RockwAut 22.63 -.24
PepBoy 3.24 -.02 RockCol 31.59 -1.95
PepoHold 1823 -.46 RoHaas 65.51 -3.03
PepsiBott 20.99 -.11 Rowan 14.88 -24
PepsiCo 51.49 -.27 RoyalBkg 33.48 -2.93
PepsiAmer 1620 -.53 RBScotfd .90 -.13
PerkEim 16.19 -1.27 RyiCarb 14.60 -1.04
Pnnian 19.96 -.43 RoyOShAlA 44.70 -2.08
PetroCg 19.08 -1.90 Royce 8.36 -.39
PetCNina 5725 -5.77 Royce pfB 2023 -26
Petrohawk 13.32 -1.71 Rand 1 1.02 -.84
PerhrsA s 16.32 -1.55
Petrobrs s 19.64 -1.41
Pfizer 16.39 -.18 SAPAG 30.22 -2.35
PhilMorn 39.06 -1.44 SCANA 31.12 -1.22
PiedNG 28.91 -1.45 SKTIcm 14.63 -.88
PimcoStrat 9.10 -.37 SLGreen 26.88 -2.55
PinWst 2820 -1.07 SLMCp 8.43 -.69
PioNtri 21.61 -2.73 SpdrGold 72.18 -.03
PitnyBw 21.52 -.12 STMicro 7.60 -27
PlumCrk 30.75 -.59 Safeway 20.08 -.79
Polaris 25.87 -.80 SIJoe 2527 -1.12
PostPrp 17.12 -1.36 Stiude 3426 +.12
Potash 63.88 -4.64 Salesforce 25.31 -1.37
Praxair 50.06 -3.72 SallyBtyn 4.48 +.14
PrecCastpt 4723 -5.06 SJuanB 3525 -1.35
Pridelnlt 13.50 -.87 SandRdgen 9.08 -.49
PrinFnd 18.10 -1.51 Sanofl 26.80 -.75
ProctGam 57.37 -1.50 SaraLee 9.95 -28
ProgrssEn 36.51 -.52 SdlergPI 12.76 -.45
ProgsvCp 11.74 -.52 Schimbrg 4328 -424
ProLogis 10.63 -1.42 SempraEn 36.99 -1.12
ProsStHiln 2.36 ... SenHous 13.47 -1.42
ProvETg 5.39 -.36 Sensient 22.52 -120
Pradent 32.25 -2.21 ShawGrp 1324 -.83
PSEGs 26.89 -.75 Sherwin 51.42 -3.66
PSEGpfA 69.00 ... SiderNacs 1024 -.14
PubSIrg 66.49 -3.64 Siemens 44.54 -7.65
PugetEngy 20.70 -1.15 SierrPac 7.25 -.30 ,
PuteH 8.42 -.08 SiMhMlng ,2.59 -85
PPrT 4.66 +.12 SimonProp 51.81 -2.30




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Yesterday PvsDay

Prime Rate 4.50 4.50
Discount Rate 1.75 1.756
Federal Funds Rate 1.50 1.50
Treasuries
3-month 0.90 1.25
6-month 1.40 1.80
5-year 2.64 2.81
10-year 3.73 3.88
30-year 4.10 4.28



S FUTURES
Exch Contract Settle Chg
Lt Sweet Crude NYMX Dec 08 63.22 -.93
Corn CBOT Dec 08 3851/4 +121/
Wheat CBOT Dec 08 529/2 +13/V4
Soybeans CBOT Nov08 893 +291/4
Cattle CME Dec08 88.77 +1.22
Pork Bellies CME Jul09 88.95 -.17
Sugar(world) NYBT Mar09 10.92 +.10
Orange Juice NYBT Jan09 83.20 -1.55

SPOT
Yesterday Pvs Day
Gold (troy oz., spot) $741.70 $787.60
Silver (troy oz., spot) $-itv.1 11.975
Copper(pound) $1.7tuSu $2.11uu

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3.2980
1.6486
.3769
2.2430
1.5628
1.2893
679.50
6.8533
2393.50
19.72
5.9559
35.12
5.5984
.7986
7.7539
215.29
49.769
10900.00
3.8060
93.93
.7090
1504.50
3.5810
13.4105
.1.8480
6.9329
3.130
3.07
27.2717
1.5088
24.38
10.9748
1438.00
7.9808
1.1571
33.50
34.76
1.6361
3.6730
22.7848
2.1475


3.2780
1.6096
.3771
2.3297
1.5872
1.2731
668.95
6.8451
2363.50
19.61
5.9137
35.12
5.5885
.7929
7.7521
217.72
49.771
9993.00
3.8310
94.52
.7100
1503.50
3.5810
13.4455
1.7903
7.0326
3.130
3.04
27.2087
1.5042
24.20
11,0307
1424.70
7.9302
1.1664
33.42
34.62
1.6930
3.6736
22.7998
2.1470


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trelnua CnVtijlr (Pr. OnI BUINES TU- OT-bE-28-208


Name NAV Chg
AIM Investments A:
ChartAp 11.25 -.32
Constip 15.37 -.61
HYdAp 3.04
IntlGrow 16.21 -.69
SelEqtyr 11.70 -.33
AIM Investments B:
CapDvBt 7.93 -.30
AIM Investor CI:
Energy 22.15 -1.44
SummitPp 8.58 -.31
Utilities 11.84 -.36
Advance Capital I:
Balancp 11.71 -.19
RetInc 7.54 -.05
Alger Funds B:
SmCapGrt 3.37 -.17
AlllanceBem A:
BalanAp 10.54 -.36
GIbTchAp 39.93 -.95
IntValA p 8.87 -.64
SmCpGrA 15.62 -.82
AlllanceBem Adv:
IntValAdv 9.04 -.64
LgCpGrAd 13.72 -.52
AllianceBem B:
GIbTchBt 35.13 -.83
GrowthBt 14.91 -.61
SCpGrBt 12.80 -.67
AllianceBem C:
SCpGrCt 12.86 -.68
Allianz Instl MMS:
NFJDvVI 9.61 -.31
Allianz Funds A:
NFJDvVIt 9.53 -.31
SmCpVA 19.36 -.78
Allianz Funds C:
GrowthCt 14.58 -.49
TargetCt 9.27 -.43
Amer Beacon Insti:
LgCapInst 13.22 -.41
Amer Beacon Plan:
LgCpPIn 12.58 -.39
Amer Century Adv:
EqGroAp 14.65 -.47
Amer Century Inv:
Balanced 11.80 -.24
EqGroln 14.66 -.48
EqIncn 5.44 -.13
GrowthI 15.36 -.52
Heritagel 11.10 -.49
IncGron 17.12 -.51
IntDisc 5.72 -.37
IntiGrol 6.41 -.33
UleSal 4.21 -.17
NewOpp 4.37 -.18
OneChAgn 8.46 -.26
OneChMdn 8.57 -.21
RealEslIn 11.00 -.68
Ultra 13.71 -.47
Valuelnv n 4.13 -.10.
Vista 10.45 -.43
American Funds A:
AmcpAp 11.40 -.38
AMuttAp 18.19 -.38
BalAp 13.27 -29
BondAp 10.77 -.66
CapWAp 17.41 -.08
CaplBAp 38.51 -1.09
CapWGAp 23.14 -1.03
EupacAp 25.46 -1.0866
FdlnvAp 23.30 -.88
GovtAp 13.41 -.07
GwthAp 19.48 -.68
HITrAp 8.26 -.07
IncoAp 12.47 -.24
IntBdAp 12.57 -.05
ICAAp 19.75 -.51
NEcoAp 14.48 -.51
NPerA'p 18.68 -.71
NwWrldA 27.34 -1.10
SmCpAp 18.91 -.87
TxExAp 11.20
WshAp 20.42 -.56
American Funds B:
BalBt 13.22 -28
CaplBBt 38.51 -1.09
CpWGrBt 23.01 -1.03
GrwthBt 18.71 -.66
InooBt 12.39 -24
ICABt 19.65 -.51
WeashBt 20.28 -.57
Ariel investments:
Apprec 23.23 -.78
Ariel 23.05 -.82
Artio Global Funds:
InttEql r 23.52
IntEqA 22.92
InlEqil I r 9.42
Artisan Funds:
Inti 13.66 -.82
MidCap 16.01 -.60
MidCapVal 11.56 -.36
SCapVal 9.34 -.40
Baron Funds:
Asset 35.39 -1.21
Growth 28.80 -.91
Partners 11.16 -.38
SmCap 12.80 -.46
Bernstein Fds:
IntDur 11.61 -.06

NYMu 13.48
TxMgdlntl 11.03 -.70
IntPort 11.13 -.69
EmMkts 14.74 -.50
BlackRock A:
SAuroraA 12.29 -.47
BaVIAp 16.70 -.61
CapDevAp 10.49 -.38
GIAIAr 13.94 -.38
HiYInvA 5.44 -.04
InitOpAp 18.14 -1.28
BlackRock B&C:
GIAICt 13.0866 -.35
BlackRock Inst:
BaVlI 16.81 -.61
GlbAllocr 14.01 -.38
Brandywine Fds:
BlueFdn 18.50 -.41
Bmdywnn 18.98 -.67
Brinson Funds Y:
HiYldlYn 4.80 -.01
CGM Funds:
Focus n 26.50 -.90
Multn 20.27 -.38
Realty n 15.24 -.84
CRM Funds:
MdCpVI 17.79 -.64
Calamos Funds:
Gr&lncAp 19.02 -.35
GrwthAp 27.45 -1.06
GrowthCt 25.38 -.98
Calvert Group:
Inco p 14.08 -.04
IntlEqA p 9.90 -.57
Munint 10.09
SocialAp 20.34 -.33
SocBdp 14.50 +.01
SocEqAp 23.46 -.79
TxFUt 9.67
TxFLgp 14.97
TxFVT 14.97
Cohen & Steers:
RftyShrs 32.74 -1.81
Columbia Class A:
Acornt 15.54 -.68
SFocEqAt 14.0866 -.53
S 21CnltyAt 8.69 -21
MarsGrAt 12.69 -.45
Columbia Class Z:
SAcorn Z 15.98 -.71
AcomlntZ 19.53 -.97
IntBdZ 7.60 -.06
IntTEBd 9.65
InlEqZ 7.57 -.52
LgCpldxZ 16.62 -.54
< MarsGrZ 12.91 -.46
MrlnOpZr 6.75 -.48
MdCpVIZp 8.13 -.32
ValRestr 26.98 -1.41
CG Cap Mkt Fds:
IgGiw 8.63 -.39
DFA Funds:
intCorEqxn 6.44 -.37
USCorEq2x n6.67 -.28
DWS Invest A:
* CommAp 7.89 -.40
oDrHiRA 22.51 -1.10
SIrGovSecA 8.12 -.06
DWS Invest S:
CorPislnc 10.56 -.10
EmMkIn 7.63 -.19
EmMkGrr 8.73 -.37
EuroEq 16.78 -.84
GNMAS 14.43 -.11
GIbBdS r 9.75
GIbOpp 19.72 -.98
GIblThem 12.75 -.59
Gold&Prc 7.53 -.74
GrolncS 9.80 -.37
HiYldTx 10.70 -.02
InITxAMT 10.60
IntI FdS 30.98 -1.89
LgCoGro 19.25 -.68
LatAmrEq 24.69 -1.10
MgdMuniS 8.20 +.01
MATFS 13.19
SF500S 11.27 -.37
Davis Funds A:
NYVenA 22.38 -1.10
Davis Funds B:
NYVenB 21.31 -1.05


Davis Funds C & Y:
NYVenY 22.68 -1.11
NYVenC 21.46 -1.05
Delaware Invest A:
SDiverllcp 7.80 -.02
TrendAp 8.68 -.35
TxUSAp 10.26
Delaware Invest B:
SelGrBt 13.25 -.57
Dimensional Fds:
EmMktV 15.82 -.68
IntSmVan 9.57 -.47
USLgCo n 25.02 -.82
USLgVan 12.67 -.56
USMicron 7.81 -.38
USSmall n 11.28 -.50
US SmVa 13.81 -.57
IntiSmCon 8.95 -.42
EmgMktn 14.05 -.44
Fixd n 10.16
IntVa n 10.68 -.65
GIb5Fxlnc n 10.69 -.02
TM USTgtV 12.16 -.56
TM IntVa 9.04 -.33
TMMktwV 9.11 -.40
2YGIFxd n 10.35
DFARIEn 12.91 -.78


Tech n 37.88 -1.51
Telcmn 21.96 -.16
Transn 31.26 -.97
UtilGrnn 36.65 -1.37
Wireleessn 3.87 -.12
Fidelity Spartan:
Eqldxlnv n 30.01 -.99
ExtMklnn 21.17 -1.00
500nxln r n59.20 -1.95
Intllnxlnvn 23.11 -1.22
TolMktlnv n 23.80 -.85
Fidelity Spart Adv:
EqldxAd n 30.01 -.99
5SOAdrn 59.20 -1.95
TotMktAd r n23.80 -.85
First Eagle:
GIbIA 30.93 -1.17
OverseasA 15,60 -.69
First Investors A
BlChpAp 15.41 -.45
GloblA p 4.04 -.22
GovtAp 10.61 -.0866
GrolnAp 9.24 -.33
IncoA p 2.05 -.02
MATFAp 10.82 +.01
MITFAp 11,30 +.01


Here are the 1.000 biggest mutual funds listed on Nasdaq. Tables show the fund name, sell
price or Net Asset Value (NAV) and daily net change.
Name: Name of mutual fund and family.
NAV: Net asset value.
Chg: Net change in price of NAV.
Data based on NAVs reported to Lipper by 6 p.m. Eastern.


Name NAV Chg
Dodge&Cox:
Balanced 48.16 -1.11
Income 1122 -.02
IntlStk 20.97 -1.27
Stock 69.65 -2.36
Dreyfus:
Aprec 27.82 -.95
Dreyf 5.80 -.20
DryMid r 15.98 -.72
Dr501n t 24.22 -.80
EmgLd 14.58 -.66
Dreyfus Premier:
CorVIv p 17.49 -.66
GrChinaAr 13.98 -1.50
LgStkAp 15.68 -.52
LtdHYdAp 5.11 -.03
SIrValA r 18.49 -.82
TchGroA 15.18 -.36
Driehaus Funds:
EMktGr 16.15 -.75
Eaton Vance Cl A:
ChinaAp 13.02 -1.30
AMTFMBI 8.73
MultiCGrA 4.63 -.27
InBosA 4.32 -.03
LgCpVal 13.39 -.53
NatlMun 8.70 -.03
SpEqtA 9.01 -.45
TradGvA 7.19 -.02
Eaton Vance CI B:
FLPIMunB p 8.85 +.01
HfijSBt 8.60 -.32
NatiMBt 8.70 -.03
Eaton Vance Cl C:
GovtCp 7.18 -.03
NatIMCt 8.70 -.03
Evergreen A:
AstAll p 10.90 -.18
Evergreen C:
AstAIICt 10.51 -.17
Evergreen I:
SIMunil 9.40
FBR Funds:
FocusInv 30.99 -.77
FPA Funds:
Nwinc 10.91 -.01
Fairholme 21.70 -.55
Federated A:
AmLdrA 10.67 -.28
MidGrStA 20.70 -.79
KaulfnmAp 3.28 -.14
MuSecA 9.33
Federated Instl:
KaufmnK 3.28 -.14
Fidelity Adv FocT:
EnergyT 18.75 -1.53
HItCarT 13.18 -.67
Fidelity Advisor A:
DivlnilAr 10.58 -.69
Nwlnsghp 12.53 -.46
StrlnA 9.50 -.04
Fidelity Advisor I:
Divlntln 10.78 -.70
EqGrIn 35.76 -1.40
Eqlnin 16.10 -.54
IntBdin 9.53 -.05
NwInsgtin 12.67 -.46
Fidelity AdvisorT:
BalancT 10.31 -.26
DivGrTp 625 -.29
DynCATp 10.43 -.34
EqGrTp 33.47 -1.31
EqInT 15.87 -.53
GrOppT 17.74 -1.00
HilnAdT p 620 -.08
IntBdT 9.51 -.05
MidCpTp 10.07 -.49
MuIncTp 11.69
OvrseaT 12.03 -.65
STFiT 8.80 -.01
Fidelity Freedom:
FF2010n 10.24 -.22
FF2015n 8.41 -.19
FF2020 n 9.79 -.27
FF2025 n 7.98 -.24
FF2030n 9.35 -.32
FF2035n 7.67 -.27
FF2040n 5.34 -.19
Income n 9.53 -.09
Fidelity Invest:
AggrGrrn 10.68 -.58
AMgr50n 10.41 -24
AMgr70rn 10.28 -.32
AMgr2Orn 1023 -.10
Balancn 12.47 -.32
BlueChGrn 24.98 -.82
CAMunn 11.20 +.01
Canada n 31.60 -3.07
CapApn 14.34 -.47
CapDevOn 6.84 -.23
Cplncrn 5.96 -.05
ChinaRgr 13.79 -1.10
CngSn 337.32 -6.81
CTMunrn 10.68 +.01
Contran 42.34 -1.56
CnvScn 13.85 -.46
DisEqn 16.52 -.69
DivIlntn 18.62 -1.11
DivStkOn 8.10 -.38
DivGthn 14.41 -.65
EmrMkn 10.88 -.51
EqIncn 28.81 -1.01
EQIIn 12.46 -.41
ECapAp 12.12 -.68
Europe 2021 -.93
Exchan 22922 -7.68
Export n 13.62 -.52
idelin 21.48 -.66
Fiftyrn 10.16 -.49
FrinOnen 18.75 -.62
GNMAn 10.76 -.10
Govtlnc 10.34 -.04
GroCo n 45.32 -2.03
Grolncn 12.41 -.63
Highincrn 6.33 -.04
Indepnn 12.86 -.71
InProBdn 10.03 -.11
IntBdn 9.12 -.04
ntGov n 10.42 -.03
IntmMu n 9.59
tInlDiscn 20.53 -1.18
IntiSCprn 10.79 -.50
InvGBn 6.36 -.04
SJapan n 7.52 -.54
JpnSm n 6.44 -.29
LCpVIrn 8.28 -.32
LatAmrn 22.43 -.76
LevCoStkn 14.09 -.86
LowPrn 20.22 -.87
Magelln n 41.49 -2.00
MDMurn 10.03
MAMunn 10.92 +.01
MegaCpStkn6.66 -.23
MIMunn 11.15
MidCapn 13.81 -.61
MNMunn 10.63 -.01
MtgSec n 9.95 -.06
Munilncen 11.62
NJMunrn 10.72 -.02
NwMktrn 9.48
NwMll n 15.69 -.73
NYMunn 11.92
OTCn 26.77 -.98
OhMunmn 10.73
100lndex 6.48 -.19
Ovrea n 21.85 -1.21
PcBasn 10.82 -.67
PAMunrn 10.18 +.01
Puritnn 12.56 -.29
RealEn 13.96 -.85
StlntMun 10.19
STBFn 8.13 -.02
SmCaplnd r 9.53 -.39
SmIICpSrn 8.69 -.44
SEAsia n 15.79 -1.07
StteSn 16.30 -.64
Stratlnclt 8.52 -.04
StrReRlr 7.52 -.06
TotaliBdn 9.11 -.05
Trend n 36.42 -1.39
USBIn 10.34 -.04
Uttityn 11.53 -.12
ValSlraln 12.71 -.69
Value n 37.29 -1.62
Wridwn 11.71 -.48
Fidelity Selects:
Airs 21.01 -1.19
Bankdngn 15.75 -.07
Blotch n 53.63 -2.55
Brokrrn 29.14 -2.10
Chem n 45.60 -2.22
ComEquiponl.77 -28
Compn 25.21 -.84
ConDisn 11.90 -.34
ConStapn 45.27 -1.14
CstHon 18.71 -.58
DIAern 43.52 -2.10
Bectrn 22.71 -.25
Enrgyn 26.76 -2.17
EngSv n 3728 -2.80
Envirn 11.34 -.69
FinSv n 46.69 -2.03
Goldrn 15.87 -1.56
Health n 74.11 -3.72
HomFn 10.91 -.35
Insurn 27.14 -2.14
Leisrn 44.03 -.90
Material n 26.94 -1.80
MedDI n 25.73 -2.36
MdEqSysn 18.09 -.93
Multrdn 19.79 -.66
NIGesn 18.81 -1.69
Paper n 14.80 -.71
Pharm n 8.10 -.17
Retail n 24.14 -.64
Soltwrn 44.58 -1.56


Lazard Inst: Growth n 18.13 -.72
EmgMktl 9.93 -.36 Gr&nn 12.85 -.43
Legg Mason: Fd HIthSci n 18.04 -1.08
OpporTrt 5.60 -.17 HiYieldn 4.93 -.04
Splnv p 14.03 -.77 InlBond n 8.92 -.01
ValTr p 25.71 -1.01 IntDis n 21.88 -1.23
Legg Mason Instl: IntlG&l 8.16 -.49
ValTrlnst 29.66 -1.16 intlStkn 7.33 -.36
Legg Mason Ptrs A: Japan n 5.97 -.31
AgGrAp 60.74 -2.61 LalAmen 1925 -.75
ApprA p 9.67 -.32 MDShrtn 5.14
HilncAt 4,32 -.02 MDBond n 9.45
InAICGAp 5.38 -.32 MidCapn 31.44 -1.21
LgCpGAp 15,11 -.38 MCapValn 13.33 -.44
MgMuAp 14.32 -.01 NAmern 18.32 -.81


Name NAV Chg Name NAV Chg
NJTFA p 11.94 +.01 Legg Mason Ptrs B:
NYTFAp 13.41 +.04 LgCpGBt 13.92 -.35
OppA p 15.33 -.69 Longleaf Partners:
PATFAp 12.01 +.02 Partners 15.35 -.79
SpSitAp 14.50 -.55 Intl 9.86 -.61
TxExAp 9.16 +.01 SmCap 13.00 -.50
TotRtAp 10.98 -21 Loomis Saytes:
ValueBp 4.99 -.13 LSBondl 10.08 ..
Firsthand Funds: Stdrnc C 10.18
TechVal 24.50 .. LSBondR 10.04
Frank/Temp Fmk A: StrIncA 10.14
AdjUS p 8.86 ... Lord Abbett A:
ALTFAp 10.43 ... AffiAp 8.08 -.23
AZTFAp 9.92 +.01 AIIValA 7.68 -.29
Ballnvp 33.40 -1.34 BdDebAp 5.81 -.03
CallnsAp 11.49 +.01 MidCpAp 9.51 -.34
CAIntAp 10.61 ... RsSmCA 16.96 -.84
CaITFA p 6.47 MFS Funds A:
CapGrA 7.20 -.29 MITA 12.92 -.52
COTFAp 10.73 +.01 MIGA 8.97 -.32
CTTFAp 10.06 HilnA 2.52 -.02
CvtScA p 8.79 -.12 MFLA 8.90
DblTFA 10.48 TotRA 10.79 -.28
DynTchA 18.29 -.61 UtilA 10.23 -.41
EqlncAp 11.51 -24 ValueA 15.92 -.66
Fedlnt p 10.65 +.01 MFS Funds B:
FedTFAp 10.88 ... MIGBn 8.07 -.30
FLTFAp 10.72 ... GvScBn 9.55 -.05
FoundAlp 7.61 -.21 HilnBn 2.53 -.01
GATFAp 11.01 ... MulnBn 7.61
GoldPrMA 12.70 -1.08 TotRBn 10.79 -.27
GrwthAp 27.13 -.92 MFS Funds 1:
HYTFAp 8.89 -.04 ReInT 9.51 -.57
IncomAp 1.62 -.01 MFS Funds Insth:
InsTFAp 11.15 IntlEqn 10.90 -.51
NYITFp 10.29 MainStay Funds A:
LATFAp 10.30 HiYIdBA 4.60 -.02
LMGvScA 10.06 -.02 MainStay Funds B:
MDTFAp 10.30 -.01 CapApBt 17.43 -.61
MATFAp 10.92 +.01 ConvBt 9.35 -.20
MITFAp 11.33 +.01 GovtBt 8.22 -.05
MNInsA 11.26 ... HYIdBBt 4.57 -.02
MOTFAp 11.0866 IntIEqB 8.99 -.33
NJTFAp 11.05 SrGGBp 8.24 -.32
NYInsAp 10.32 +.01 ToIRtBt 11.77 -.25
NYTFAp 10.97 +.02 Malrs& Power:
NCTFAp 11.05 Growth 52.37 -1.39
Ohiol A p 11.65 Managers Funds:
ORTFAp 10.89 Bondn 19.09 -.11
PATFAp 9.39 Marsico Funds:
ReEScAp 9.61 -.49 Focusp 11.35 -.43
RisDvAp 21.91 -.69 Growp 12.13 -.43
SMCpGrA 18.80 -.79 21stCntp 9.23 -.22
Strtinc p 8.37 -.02 Matthews Asian:
USGovAp 6.37 -.04 Indiai 8.46 -.38
UAp 9.54 -.33 PacTger 12.19 -.91
VATFAp 10.73 "Metro West Fds:
FrankTFmp Fmk Adv: TotRetBd 9.01
GIbBdAdv p TotRIBdl 9.01
IncrmeAd 1.61 -.01 Midas F .nds:
Frank/Temp Fmk B: Milas Fd 1.42
IncoreBt 1.61 -.02 Moet Fund
Frank/Temp Frnk C: Monetta Funds:
7. 0 Monetta n 8.21 -.36
FoundAdp 7.45 -20
IncomCt 1.63 -.01 Morgan Stanley A:
Frank/TempMtllA&B: DivGthA 10.58 -.44
BeacnA 8.48 -.31 Morgan Stanley B:
DiscA 22.26 -.39 EMGa 10766 -.4
QualfdAt 15.59 -.31 GbDiv 7.57 -.30
SharesA 14.62 -.50 StratB 14.13 -25
FrankrTemp Mti C: MorganStanley Inst:
DiscCt 21.96 -39 EmMktln 11.32 -.49
SharesCt 14.39 -.48 IntEqn 10.52 -.51
Frank/Temp Temp A: Munder Funds A:
DvktAp 11.84 -36 IntemtA 12.51 -.46
ForgeAp 5.74 -26 MdCpCGrt 14.85 -.68
GIBdAp 10.87 +. 07 Mutual Series:
GrwthAp 12.01 -.53 BeacnZ 8.55 -.32
WorldAp 9.99 -.33 DiscZ 22.55 -39
FrankTrrempTmp Ady: QualrdZ 15.72 -32
GrthAv 12.05 -:53 SharesZ 14.77 -.50
Frank/TempTmp B&C: NSeuerger&Berm Inv:
DevMktC 11.47 -.35 Focus 15.46 -.75
ForgnCp 5.60 -.26 Genetsis 21.46 -.81
GIBdCp 10.89 +.07 Genesinst 29.54 -1.12
GE Elfun S&S: Intr 9.71 -.47
S&S Inc 10.17 -.07 Partner 14.56 -.90
S&S PM 26.82 -.93 Neuberger&BermfTR:
Trusts 30.18 -1.66 Genesis 30.80 -1.17
GE Instl Funds: Nicholas Group:
lnEq 9.16 -.68 HiInc I n 7.62 -.03
GMOTrustill: Nichn 27.83 -.93
EmMkr 6.83 -.22 Northern Funds:
For 8.77 -.48 SmCpidx 5.63 -.29
InlIntrVi 15.56 -76 Technly 7.97 -.21
USQltyEq 15.30 -.38 Nuvseen Cl A:
GMOTrustIV: HYMuBdp 15.39 -.05
EmCnDt 6.42 -.04 Nuveen CI R:
Foreign 8.77 .48 InIDMBd 8.33 +.01
IntGrEq 14.99 -.63 OakAssocFds:
IntllntrVI 15.56 -.76 WhitOkSG n20.95 -.51
GMOTrust VI: Oakmark Funds 1:
EmgMktsr 6.80 -23 Eqtytncr 21.58 -.49
IntlCorEq 19.87 -1.02 Global 13.94 -.85
StrFxnc 20.85 -.03 IntIr 11.04 -.66
USQltyEq 15.30 -.38 Oakmarkr 25.31 -.55
Gabelli Funds: Selectr 14.47 -.23
Asset 27.44 -1.02 Old Mutual Adv II:
Gateway Funds: Tc&CoM-Z 8.89 -.27
GatewyA 23.09 -.46 Old Westbury Fds:
Goldman Sachs A: NoUSLgCp7.15 -.40
HYMuAp 8.12 -.06 "RealRet 7.34 -.2B
MdCVA p 20.59 -.74 OppenheImer A:
Goldman Sachs Inst: AMTFu 625 -.01
HYMunisn 8.12 -.06 AMTFrNY 9.81 +.01
MIdCapV 20.82 -.75 CAMuniAp 7.02 -.01
Struint 7.62 -.43 CapApAp 26.22 -1.08
Harbor Funds: CaplncA p 7.46 -.12
Bond 11.19 -.07 ChrpIncAp 4.10 -.05
CapApInst 21.94 -.81 DvMldAp 21.52 -.97
Intllnvt 33.54 -2.06 Discp 32.90 -1.26
Inl r 33.94 -2.08 EquityA 5.41 -.27
Hartford Fds A: GlobAp 37.51 -1.69
p 19.99 94 GIbOppA 16.98 -1.02
CpAppAp 19.99 -.94 Goldp 11.15 -1.24
DivGhAp 12.65 -.45 ntdAp 5.58 +.02
Hartford Fds C: MnStFdA 20.44 -.77
CapApCl 17.84 -.84 MSSCAp 11.02 -.46
Hartford Fds L:. MidCapA 9.31 -.47
GrwOppL 16.2B -.68 PAMuniAp 9.62
Hartford HLS IA: S&MdCpVI 16.71 -.92
CapApp 23.62 -1.19 StrinAp 3.54 -.01
Div&Gr 13.17 -.48 USGevp 8.93 -.05
Advisers 13.12 -.37 Oppenheimer B:
Stock 24.16 -.98 AMTFlMu 623
TotRetBd 10,06 -.03 AMTFrNY 9.81
Henderson GIbl Fds: CplncBt 7.37 -.12
IntOppAp 12.61 -.51 ChmplncBt 4.09 -.06
Hennessy Funds: EquityB 5.04 -.25
CorGrIlOrig 8.53 -.47 StrlncBt 3.55 -.01
HussmnStrGr 14.04 -.20 Oppenhelmer C&M:
ICON Fds: IntlBdC 5.56 +.02
Energy 19.83 -.81 Oppenhelm Quest:
Htthcare 10.60 -.37 QBalA 9.91 -.39
ISI Funds: Oppenheimer Roch:
NoAmnp 7.24 -.01 LtdNYA p 3.01
Ivy Funds: RoMuAp 13.56 -.03
AsSetSCt 18.99 -.35 RcNIMuA 6.78 -.07
A P setStAp 19.36 -36 PIMCOAdminPIMS:
GINatRsA p 13.33 -.84 ShtTmAd p 9.57 -.01
JPMorgan A Class: TotRtAd 10.13 -.05
MCpValp 14.05 -.58 PIMCO Instl PIMS:
JPMorgan Sel CIs: AltAsset 9.57
CoreBdn 10.39 -.04 ComodRR 9.23 -.02
HiYldBdn 5.95 -.03 DevLcMkr 8.35 -.03
IntmTFBdn 10,29 +.01 Divinc 8.32 -.03
IntrdAmern 15.59 -.56 EmMkBd 7.11 -.02
ShtDurBdn 10.47 -.02 FrgnBd 9.41 -.04
USLCCrPIsn12.52 -.46 HiYId 6.70 -.04
Janus: LowDu 9.45 -.01
Balanced 19.41 -.43 RealRet 9.66 -.12
Contrarian 9.25 -.45 RealRtnl 9.51 -.13
Enterpr 29.90 -1.33 ShortT 9.57 -.01
FedTE ... ... TotRt 10.13 -.05
FIsxBnd 9.12 -.04 TRII 9.73 -.06
Fund 17.70 -.80 TRill 8.90 -.04
FundaEq 13.67 -.72 PIMCO Funds A:
GlUfeSci 15.72 -.98 ieanRtAp 9.51 -.13
GtTechr 8.15 -.33 ToIRtA 10.13 -.05
Grinc 18.90 -.95 PIMCO Funds C:-
MdCpVSal 14.55 -.53 EToRCt 10.13 -.05
Otrio 5.82 -.47 PIMCO Funds D:
Ovresesr 22.16-1.44 TRtnp 10.13 -.05
Research 15.63 -.69 Pas World:
ShTmBd 2.86 -.01 Balanced 1617 -.35
Twenty 40.26 -1.79 Perm Port Funds:
Venler 25.39 -1.17 Permnnt 29.52 -.4O
WrildWrn 27.20 -1.05 0
Janus Ads S ShrC : PIoneer Funds A:
y 1 cullenVal 13.36 -.27
Fofly 2d. 18 -.9 BondAp 8.35 -.05
JennlsonDryden A: EurSelEqA 15.84 -.87

HightecA .76 -.02 MdCpGrA 7.92 -.36
HWldAp 4.11 -03 PionFdAp 28.05 -.87
InsuredA 9.82
UlilityA 6.79 -.32 TnFreA p 8.99 -.01
ValueA p 8.30 -.26
GrowthB 9.60 -. HiYldBt 6.86 -.10
HnsidBt 4.11 -.03 Pioneer Funds C:
insuredO 9.m HiYdCit 6.93 -.10
John Hancock A: Price Funds Adv:
BondAp 12.59 -.66 Eqlnu 1. -.
ClessicVtp 10.71 -.31 Grwnhpn 16.15 -44
RgBkA 15.99 -.15 rp 17.96 -.71
StrlnA p 5.50 -.02 PriceFunds:
John Hancock B: Balance n 13.45 -.35
StrlncB 5.56 -.62 BtChip n 21.72 -.91
CABond n 9.94
JohnHancockCl1: CapAppn 13.31 -.36

LSBalanc 8.93 -.23 E uo 1 -.
LSMrwth 0.82 -129 tlEmMktSn 14.32 -.97
LSModer 9.46 -.18 Eqlncn 16:19 -.45
Keeley Funds: Eqlndexn 22.80 -.76
SmCpValAp 14.90 -.77
LSWEqn 9.61 -.32 urpen 9.17 -.45


Gr&;nc 9.40 -.34
IncStk 8.66 -.31
Inco 10.93 -.03
Intl 14.88 -.69
NYBd 10.57
PrecMM 11.79 -127
S&P Idx 12.72 -.41
SdTech 7.06 -.26
ShtTBnd 8.44 -.01
SmCpStk 7.62 -.35
TxEtt 11.79
TxELT 11.77
TxESh 10.35
VABd 10.22


Name NAV Chg
N Asia n 6.86 -.48
New Era n 27.04 -1.88
NHorizn 16.64 -.64
NIncn 8.41 -.03
NYBondn 10.29 +.01
PSIncn 11.52 -.21
RealEstn 10.12 -.59
R2010n 11.13 -.25
R2015 n 8.24 -.22
R2020n 10.97 -.32
R2025n 7.82 -.25
R2030 n 10.93 -.38
R2040n 10.81 -.39
SciTecn 12.84 -.32
ShtBd n 4.55 -.01
SmCpSltkn 17.88 -.73
SmCapVal n23.60 -1.05
SpecGrn 11.28 -.44
Specinn 10.09 -.07
TFIncn 9.03
TxFrHn 9.62
TxFrSIn 5.27
USTIntn 5.68 -.01
USTLgn 12.07
VABondn 10.58 +.01
Value n 14.90 -.46
Principal hnv:
BdMtgIn 8.63 -.06
DiscLCInst 8.75 -.31
LgGrIN 5.38 -.21
LT20301n 8.11 -.27
LT20201n 8.48 -.25
SAMBalA 9.98 -.24
Putnam Funds A:
AmGvAp 8.45 -.04
AZTE 8.16 -.01
Cony p 11.81 -.34
DiscGr 11.82 -.46
DvrinAp 7.05 +.01
EqlnAp 10.02 -.33
EuEq 12.14 -.78
GeoAp 9.81 -.24
GIbEqtyp 5.61 -.26
GrinA p 8.86 -.31
HIthAp 40.67 -1.60
HiYdAp 5.50 -.03
HYAdAp 4.39 -.01
IncmAp 5.41 -.05
IntlEqp 12.99 -.77
IntGrln p 6.37 -.42
InvA p 8.25 -.31
NJTxA p 8.47
NwOpAp 29.51 -1.05
OTCAp 5.17 -.20
PATE 8.34
TxExAp 7.75 -.01
TFInAp 13.64 -.01
TFHYA 10.41 -.03
USGvAp 11.94 -.16
UlilAp 9.53 -.36
VstaAp 5.94 -.19
VoyAp 10.94 -.39
Putnam Funds B:
CapAprt 10.44 -.39
DiscGr 10.66 -.41
DvrinBt 6.99
EqInct 9.93 -.32
EuEq 11.68 -.75
GeoBt 9.70 -.23
GIbEqt 5.09 -24
GINtRst 11.86 -.85
GrnBt 8.71 -.30
HlthBt 35.27 -1.38
HiYIdBt 5.49 -.02
HYAdBt 4.32 -.02
IncmBt 5.37 -.06
IntGrin t 6.22 -.42
InUNopt 8.65 -.44
InvBt 7.44 -29
NJTxBt 8.46
NwOpBt 25.91 -.92
NwValp 7.79 -.30
OTCBt 4.46 -.18
TxExBt 7.76 ...
TFHYBt 10.42 -.04
USGvBt 11.88 -.16
U1tiBt 9.49 -.36
VistaB t 5.07 -.16
VoyBt 9.37 -.34
RS Funds:
CoreEqA 27.70 -1.09
IntGrA 9.75 -.67
Value 13.80 -.88
Rainier Inv Mgt: .
SmMCap 18.39 -1.03
RidgeWorth Funds:
LCGrSUkAp 5.95 -21
RiverSource A:
BalanceA 7.31 -.17
DispEqAp 3.96 -.14
DEI 6.48 -.22
Di'rBd 4.36 -.02
DvOppA 5.36 -.10
Growth 17.51 -.43
HiYdTEA 3.78
LgCpEqp 2.97 -.09
MCpGrA 5.12 -.18
MidCpVlp 4.77 -.17
RiverSource I:
TNEmgMktn4.07 -.17
Royce Funds:
LwPrSkSvr 8.00 -.38
MIcroCapl 8.62 -.33
PennMul r 6.26 -.28
Premiedrr 10.80 -.39
TotFetl r 7.89 -.31
ValSvct 5.98 -.23
VIPISvc 7.52 -.29
Rydex Advisor:
NasdaqAdv n7.35 -.20
SEI Portfolios:
CoreFxAn 6.90 -.06
IntIEqAn 5.79 -.43
LgCGroAn 12.98 -.52
LgCValAn 11.46 -.39
TxMgLC n 7.92 -.30
Schwab Funds:
HhthCare 11.30 -.52
10001nv r 25.07 -.86
lOOOSel 25.09 -.86
S&PInv 13.35 -.43
S&PCSel 13.41 -.43
S&PInstSI 6.83 -22
SmCplnv 11.57 -.54
Selected Funds:
AmShD 27.06 -1.30
AmShSp 26.99 -1.29
Sellgman Group:
ComunAt 22.67 -.45
FrontrAt 6.13 -.31
GIbSmA 7.10 -.36
GIbTchA 10.39 -.29
HYdBAp 2.06 -.02
Sentinel Group:
ComrSAp 20.54 -.72
Sequoia n 92.09 -3.53
Sit Funds:
LrgCpGr 28.31 -.99
SoundSh 21'.71 -.82
St FarmAssoc:
Gwth 38.53 -1.09
Stratton Funds: -
Dividend 15.31 -.95
Multi-Cap 23.93 -1.06
SmCap 32-40 -1.15
SunAmerica Funds:
USGvBt 9.54 -.05
TIAA-CREF Funds:
Bondlnst 9.48 -.04
Tamarack Funds:
EnlSmCp 14.43 -.55
Value 16.05 -.56
Templeton Instll:
EmMSp 8.06 -24
ForEqS 13.48 -.75
Third Avenue Fde:
Int r 10.41 -.49
RIEsxVIr 1421 -.69
Value 29.66 -1.78
Thornburg Fds C:
IntValCt 15.95 -.59
Thornburg Fds:
InlValAp 16.82 -.63
IntValuel 17.18 -.64
Value 2027 -.76
Thrlvent Fds A:
HiYId 3.58 -.01
Income 6:97 -.03
LgCpStk 1537 -.58
Transamerlca A:
Flexlncp 729 -.62
TA IDEX A:
TempGIbA p16i74 -.86
TrCHYBp 6.23 -.01
Turner Funds:
SmICpGrn 17.89 -.84
Tweedy Browne:
GlobVal 17.75 -.51
UBS Funds CI A:
GlobAllot 8.14 -.32
UMB Scout Funds:
Insi 19.56 -.99
US Global Investors:
AIIAm 17.79 -.27
GIbRs 6.88 -.31
GId&Mlis 7.08 -.43
USChina 4.90 -24
WtdPrcMn 7.56 -.54
USAA Group:
AgvGl 21.23 -.71
CABd 9.45
CmstSIr 14.84 -.47
GNMA 9.53 -.07
GrTxStr 10.41 -.13
Grwth 9.38 -.33


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Name NAV Chg
WldGr 11.77 -.50
VALIC:
MdCpldx 13.06 -.58
Stkldx 21.11 -.70
Value Line Fd:
LrgCo n 12.30 -.41
Van Kamp Funds A:
CATFAp 15.79
CapGro 6.48 -.26
CmstAp 10.37 -.31
CpBdAp 5.29 -.01
EqlncA p 6.08 -.13
Exch 297.04-13.11
GrInAp 13.28 -.44
HarbAp 10.45 -.18
HiYldA 728 -.04
HYMuAp 8.66
InTFAp 15.09
MunlAp 11.88 +.17
PATFAp 1425
StrMunlnc 10.05 -.01
USMtgeA 12.05 -.10
UtlAp 15.35 -.58
Van Kamp Funds B:
EnterpB t 7.59 -.29
EqlncB t 5.97 -.13
HYMuBt 8.66
MulB 11.86 +.16
StrMunlnc 10.05 -.01
USMtge 11.99 -.10
UtilB 15.28 -.58
Vanguard Admiral:
BalAdmin 15.65 -.34
CAITAdm n 10.31
CALTAdm n10.45
CpOpAdI n 48.32 -1.57
EMAdmr rn 16.21 -.69
Energyn 73.55 -5.16
EuroAdmi n 43.65 -2.14
ExplAdmin 36.08 -1.56
ExtdAdmn 21.95 -1.03
500Adml n 78.26 -2.57
GNMAAdn 10.15 -.07
GrolncAdn 30.25 -1.05
GrwAdmn 19.00 -.70
HlIthCrn 41.51 -1.29
HiYldCp n 4.26 -.03
InfProAdn 21.72 -.23
InsdLTAdn 11.40 +.01
ITBdAdmiln 9.63 -.02
ITsryAdmln 11.47 -.03
sInGrAdm n 36.04 -2.23
ITAdmIn 12.62
ITGrAdm n 8.35 -.03
LdTrAd n 10.63
LTAdmln 10.19
MCpAdml n 48.62 -1.89
MorgAdmn 33.24 -1.19
MuHYAdm n 9.43 -.01
NYLTAdn 10.32 +.01
PnnCap r n 47.48 -1.47
PALTAdmnlO.33
ReitAdm r n 46.98 -2.92
STsyAdmln10.78 -.01
ShtTrAdn 15.66 +.01
STlGrAdn 9.80 -.02
SmCAdmn 18.69 -.88
TxMCap rn 40.56 -1.46
TlIBAdml n 9.66 -.04
TStkAdm n 20.36 -.72
WellslAdm n42.44 -.39
WelltnAdm n38.50 -.93
Windsorn 27.60 -1.12
WdserlAdn 32.09 -1.03
Vanguard Fds:
AsselAn 17.33 -.59
CALTn 10.45
CapOppn 20.90 -.68
Convrtn 8.45 -.20
DivdGron 10.07 -.33
Energy n 39.15 -2.74
Eqlnc n 15.38 -.38
Explr n 38.71 -1.67
FLLTn 10.59 +.01
GNMAn 10.15 -.07
GlobEqn 11.14 -.55
Grolncn 18.52 -.64
GrthEqn 6.69 -.23
HYCorpn 426 -.03
HithCren 98.30 -3.06
InflaPron 11.06 -.12
IntlExpIr n 8.27 -.54
ntlGr n 11.31 -.70
IntlVal n 20.64 -1.08
ITIGraden 8.35 -.03
ITTsryn 11.47 -.03
ULfeConn 12.61 -.23
UfeGron 14.82 -.50
Lifelncn 11.71 -.14
ULieModn 14.11 -.37
LTIGraden 7.46 -.02
LTTsryn 11.49
Morgn 10.70 -.39
MuHYn 9.43 -.01
MulnsLgn 11.40 +.01
Mulntn 12.62
MuLtdn 10.63
MuLongn 10.19
MuShrtn 15.66 +.01
NJLTn 10.90
NYLTn 10.32 +.01
OHLTTEn 11.11
PALT n 10.33
PrecMtIsrn 11.05 -.94
PrmcpCorn 8.58 -.24
Prmcprn 45.71 -1.41
SelValurn 10.94 -.46
STARn 14.08 -.35
STIGraden 9.80 -.02
STFedn 10.52 -.02
STTsryn 10.78 -.01
StratEq n 10.90 -.44
TgtRetlncn 9.00 -.13
TgRe2010n16.82 -.37
TgtRe2025 n 8.74 -.27
TgtRe2015n 9.668 -.23
TgRe220ln15.64 -.43
TgRe203On14.56 -.47
TgtRe2O35 n 8.68 -.30
TgtRe2045 n 8.96 -.31
USGron 11.71 -.42
USValuedn 7.68 -.25
Wellslyn 17.52 -.16
Welltnn 22.29 -.54
Wndsrn 8.18 -.33
Wndslln 18.08 -.58
Vanguard Idx Fds:
500 n 7825 -2.57
Balancedn 15.65 -.34
DevMkt n 6.64 -.35
EMktn 12.30 -.53
Europe n 18.57 -.91
Extend n 21.92 -1.02
Growth n 19.00 -.70
ITBnddn 9.63 -.02
LgCaplxn 15.35 -.52
LTBndn 10.17 -.01
MidCapn 10.71 -.41
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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
Cliff Pierson ...................................guest member


T he race for Florida Sen-
ate, District 11, pits in-
cumbent Republican Mike
Fasano against political new-
comer Democrat Fred Taylor
The district they seek to rep-
resent is located primarily in


Pasco, Hernando and
counties, and in-
cludes only the
sliver of Citrus
County west of U.S.
19.
Fasano says his
top priorities are
completing the
Suncoast Parkway
through Citrus
County, to continue
securing funding
for Chassahowitzka


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mosassa water-quality projects,
and holding insurance compa-
nies accountable to reduce
property insurance rates
Taylor says his top issues are
reducing property insurance,
improving education in the
state, and reducing property
taxes.
Fasano is an associate vice
president for investments with
Morgan Stanley and director of
community and legal affairs for
Florida Hospital in Zephyrhills.
He has served in the Florida
Legislature since 1994, when he
was elected to the House of Rep-
resentatives. He served as a rep-
resentative until being elected
to the state Senate in 2002. He is
the majority whip of the Senate.
Taylor has Bachelor of Sci-
ence and Master of Science de-
grees from Indiana University
and currently works as a busi-
ness broker, helping match buy-
ers and sellers of businesses. He
moved to Florida from Indiana
in 2002. A recipient of three Pur-
ple Heart citations for injury in
combat, he has been active in
veterans' organizations, and is a
former national commander of
the Order of the Purple Heart.
He is making his first bid for
public office. In an interview
with the Chronicle Editorial
Board, he said he was prompted
to run by the deteriorating econ-


omy, by a need to focus on edu-
cation, and by soaring property
taxes and insurance costs.
While Citrus County repre-
sents only a small portion of Dis-
trict 11, Fasano has been an
active proponent of Citrus
County issues, including helping
the county obtain
SSUE: grant funding for
water-quality proj-
1 Florioa ects and providing
e race. constituent serv-
ices to county resi-
PINION: dents.
Fasano also has a
s record record of support-
ing veterans issues,
ice. including working
on the state's effort
to avoid closure of military
bases in Florida during the fed-
eral Base Realignment and Clo-
sure process and sponsoring
legislation that protects service
personnel from penalties for
breaking leases or canceling au-
tomobile insurance when they
are transferred out of state.
This is a race with two strong
candidates. While he does not
have a legislative record, Taylor
seems to be an open, intelligent
man who is capable of dealing
with complex issues, and of dif-
fering on an issue and then mov-
ing forward toward a solution.
Fasano, on the other hand, has
a strong record of constituent
service, and he has been an ac-
tive proponent of issues affect-
ing Citrus County. He
understands the needs of his
constituents and of the state, and
he is an effective advocate for
these needs.
We believe Taylor has the ca-
pacity for being a good public
servant, and we encourage him
to stay involved and possibly to
seek office again if he is not suc-
cessful in this race. However,
based on a record of solid
achievement and strong con-
stituent service, we believe
Fasano is the better choice for
the district.
The Chronicle recommends
that voters select Mike Fasano
for Florida Senate, District 11.


CHRONICLE EDITORIAL BOARD ENDORSEMENTS
For the Nov. 4 General Election
CRYSTAL RIVER COUNCIL: John Kostelnick.
INVERNESS COUNCIL: Cabot McBride
SHERIFF: Jeff Dawsy.
CIRCUIT JUDGE: Denise Lyn
PROPTERY APPRAISER: Geoff Greene.
COUNTY COMMISSION Dist. 1: Dennis Damato.
COUNTY COMMISSION Dist. 3: Joe Meek.
COUNTY COMMISSION Dist. 5: Winn Webb.
AMENDMENTS 1 and 3: Vote "Yes."
AMENDMENTS 2, 4, 6 and 8: Vote "No."
CRYSTAL RIVER CHARTER AMENDMENT 1: Vote "No."
CRYSTAL RIVER CHARTER AMENDMENTS 2, 3, 4: Vote "Yes."
STATE SENATE Dist. 3: Charles Dean.
STATE SENATE Dist. 11: Mike Fasano.


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Endorsement RE BUTTAL


Franks: I stand for the people


I have worked for over 23 years
to bring good government to the
people. I do not believe this race
should be decided or endorsed
based on where someone has lived
his or her whole life. The former
senator in District 3, Nancy Argen-
ziano, was not a lifelong resident
of Citrus County, or Florida, and
represented us quite well; Mr.
Dean has not.
Suzan has traveled the length
and breadth of the district and has
personally spoken to tens of thou-
sands of constituents. They have
told her that they are very angry
and fearful about the direction
that the state is headed in. They
have told her loud and clear that
they want change in Tallahassee
and that they want the influence of
special interests removed from
Florida's legislative process.
I believe the issues are too seri-
ous to keep going down the same
track we have been on for some
time. I understand the problems,
and have the solutions to fix them.
So I would like to explain my posi-
tions, and hopefully earn your vote.
Real Property Tax Relief-- I
will work to stop unfunded man-
dates, which use over $27 million a
year from Citrus County's operat-
ing budget My opponent has
stated numerous times that he
does not know what an unfunded
mandate is, although he has voted
for them many times; so I do not
understand how he could solve
this problem.
Lower Homeowner Insurance
Rates We need a National Cata-
strophic Homeowner's Insurance
Program. Florida (as we have seen


over the past few years, especially)
is not the only place where na-
tional disasters occur.
During the 2006 session, the Leg-
islature passed legislation on be-
half of the big insurance,
companies. This legislation al-
lowed companies to raise our
homeowners' rates by over 70 per-
cent Nancy Argenziano fought for
homeowners and opposed this in-
surance rate hike. ("Nay" on S.B.
1980, 05/05/2006) Unfortunately,
Charlie Dean sided with lobbyists
from the insurance companies and
sold us out ("Yea" on S.B. 1980,
05/05/2008) Dean is most certainly
not in the Argenziano tradition.
Preserve and Protect our
Water Resources We need more
protections built into the permit-
ting processes, from the beginning.
When our water supply came
under attack from special interests
tied to big business and develop-
ment, Sen. Argenziano fought to
protect this precious resource.
Charlie Dean suggested "building
transfer stations" at the mouths of
our rivers and using barges to ship
our water to cities in South Florida.
(Chronicle 09/30/2003) The Chroni-
cle itself called Dean's water trans-
fer idea "a really bad one."
(Chronicle 10/11/2003)
Restore Excellence in Our
Schools I understand that our
public schools are an investment,
not an expenditure. We must al-
ways give our students the re-
sources they need to succeed. Mr.
Dean and the Republican Legisla-
ture cut $320 million from schools
yet found $400 million for prisons.
We have a problem of priorities in
Tallahassee.


Bring Good-paying Jobs I
will work to encourage a new
"Green" economic sector, which
will bring good-paying jobs, jump-
start the economy, and help make
our state energy independent
When the Legislature approved
the largest tax increase in our
state's history, Mr. Dean ignored
the interests of his constituents,
deciding instead to do the bidding
of the big telecommunications
companies. ("Yea" H.B. 1903,
04/14/2003) Sen. Argenziano ad-
dressed this issue in the Chronicle,
stating bluntly, "The citizen should
be outraged and vote out any legis-
lator who supported this bill."
(Chronicle 06/22/2003)
If elected, I will lead, and I will
be independent My opponent will
do the opposite. Charlie Dean has
raised hundreds of thousands of
dollars from corporations, PACs,
lobbyists and bundled LLCs. Over
80 percent of Dean's contributions
come from these groups, and they
will always want and get some-
thing in return. I have received
over 99 percent of my contribu-
tions from voters in the district
Given the record, do we honestly
believe that Charlie Dean will
favor his constituents over the spe-
cial interests that have been show-
ering him with campaign
contributions?
If the voters give me the chance,
I will lead with integrity and make
them proud. To the residents of
Senate District 3, I humbly ask for
your vote on Nov. 4th.
Suzan Franks
Candidate for Florida Senate
District 3


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LETTERS to the Editor


Man of character
I am a Christians a husband, a fa-
ther, a grandfather, a proud Marine
Corps veteran and a homeowner.
The purpose of this letter is that
I'm concerned about the future of
this great nation. I'm worried that
the silent majority of honest, hard-
working, tax-paying people in this
country have been passive for too
long. They go about their daily
lives, paying their bills, raising
their kids, and doing what they can
to maintain the good life. They
vote and consider doing so to be a
sacred trust. They don't want gov-
ernment handouts. They want the
government to protect them.
We are in the unique position of
electing our leaders. It's a privi-
lege to do so. I'm concerned that a
growing number of voters in this
country don't get it They are
caught up in a fervor they can't ex-
plain, and calling it change. Here's
a question: Where were you five
and a half years ago? You've had
five or six birthdays in that time.
That's about 2,000 days and nights.
John McCain spent that amount of
time (1967-73) in a prisoner of war
camp. He was offered his freedom,
he turned it down in favor of his
fellow man. I submit that's a qual-
ity of character that is rarely
found, and for me this act defines
John McCain. I don't agree with
John McCain on everything, but I
am convinced he is better quali-
fied to be our next president.
There is simply no comparison be-
tween the candidates. A man who
prattles on about change can't hold


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a candle to a man who has devoted
his life to public service. Being a
prisoner of war is not what quali-
fies John McCain to be president,
but his demonstrated leadership
does.
There's a lot of evil in this world.
And when faced with that evil as
we are now, I want a man who
knows the cost of war on his troops
and on his citizens. I want a man
who puts my family first before
any foreign country. I want my


country back and I am voting for
John McCain.
Joe Spoto
Pine Ridge

Learning violence
We have lived in the Inverness
Golf and Country Club area for
more than 10 years. It's a nice fam-
ily-type neighborhood with a
pleasant mix of seniors and young
families. We have always felt safe
here. Until recently, that is.
In the past few weeks there have
been bicycles stolen and (recently)
my neighbor's cat was strangled. Bi-
cycles can be replaced, but a cat is a
living, breathing being. Not every-
body likes them. They don't have to.
What concerns me the most is
that killing a cat is just the prelude
to future acts of cruelty and killing.
And these acts may not be limited
to animals. Studies have shown
that many serial killers began by
hurting and killing animals.
It scares me to think that a fu-
ture serial killer may be living in
our midst Make no mistake, he or
she is already a killer. This may
not even be the first time they have
committed such a heinous act
If anybody knows anything about
this cat killing, they should tell au-
thorities so the person involved
can get help. If it is a young person,
there may be time to save him/her.
If it is an adult, realize that the cat
is just the start One day it could be
you.
Mary Ann Koslasky
Inverness


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Hospice month
Most of us remember
someone who helped us dur-
ing a difficult time. Perhaps
this person was a grandpar-
ent, teacher or even a
stranger who provided us
with support and guidance
in the midst of a crisis. Mem-
ories of these individuals
often last a lifetime.
And so it is with the end-
of-life experience, a time
that often brings turbulent
waves of complex emotions
ranging from denial, grief
and anger to acceptance and
peace. November is Na-
tional Hospice/Palliative
Care Month. Hernando-
Pasco Hospice (HPH)'s 2,000
staff and volunteers
throughout Citrus, Her-
nando and Pasco counties
are dedicated to bringing
care, comfort and support to
individuals and family mem-
bers who are affected by a
life-limiting illness. HPH is
committed to providing such
services with the greatest
professionalism, dignity and


respect because we, too,
want to be there when you
need us most.
HPH volunteers and staff
are your community neigh-
bors and friends. The major-
ity of us live in our tri-county
service area and collec-
tively, we share a passion for
and commitment to what we
do daily; providing extraor-
dinary end-of-life care in ex-
traordinary ways to
individuals regardless of
their ability to pay. Last year,
HPH provided approxi-
mately $7 million in charity
care.
We are your community
hospice, and consider it a
privilege and honor to serve
you. Thank you for giving us
that opportunity.
Thomas D. Barb
President and CEO,
Hernando-Pasco Hospice

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forums and I just want to give you the real facts on
his statements about the Sheriffs Office.


My opponent states that Pasco County's Budget
is $27 million and ours is $30 million...
Admally Pac.*'s is over $84
million with Law Enforcement
portion over $51 million...
Our total budget is $28 million
with Law Eforcement portion only
approximately $25 million
Also... Hernando County's Budget is in excess of $32
million for Law Enforcement. /


-JEFF



website: www.ieffdowsy2008.com
Paid Political Adv. paid for and approved by Jeff Dawsy, Democrat for Sheriff


Mart in Citrus County. They
are right Our population
will not support three big
Wal-Marts.
Wal-Mart knows that They
have followed a trend across
the U.S. of expansion and
consolidation. They expand
to drive out the small local
businesses. Once that is
done, they consolidate to cut
costs. They have learned
that most people are willing
to drive 20 or more miles to
shop at a Wal-Mart.
After a Wal-Mart is built in
the center of Citrus County,
the existing stores will likely
be closed, especially since
the Dunnellon store will
pick up traffic from the
north side of Citrus County
Linda Hanson
Inverness

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' For the better part of the
last two months the Citrus
Lady Hurricanes golf team
has steamrolled every team
in its path, accomplishing
what no other team in school
history has ever done.
First they cruised through
the regular season unde-
feated. From there they shot
their way to an easy Confer-
ence County championship at
The Meadows.
Then it was on to Saddle-
brook where the team cap-


tured the previously elusive
district title for the first time
ever. From there the Lady Hur-
ricanes set their sights on a re-
peat of last year's region title,
which they did last week on the
campus of the University of
Florida.
And now that the little engine
that could has, it's time to tee it
up against the rest of the best
that the state has to offer. The
Lady Hurricanes will be one of
only four public schools playing
in the state tournament where
the top 16 schools from Class 1A
will tee it up at The Club at Ea-
glebrook in Lakeland on Tues-
day and Wednesday for the


36-hole match.
The Lady Hurricanes
earned their way into the
state match by shooting a
352 which was good
enough for an eight
stroke victory over
Oak Hall. Both teams
will join the other
elite squads from
around the state in
what should prove
to be a very com-
petitive match
based on what the
regional scores
were last week
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ALAN FESTO
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The No. 2 seeded Lecanto Pan-
thers rebounded from a slow start
on Monday night to sweep the No. 7
seeded Dunnellon Tigers in the
first round of the District 4A-6 vol-


leyball tournament at Lecanto knotted the game at 22 and then
High School. Julia Alvarado rattled off two stuff
After a close 25-22 Game 1 victory, blocks and a kill to give the
Lecanto took the next two Panthers a 25-22 victory.
games easily, 25-15 and 25-14. With the loss of Rebecca
"It was just some nerves," Smith, Lecanto's leading
Lecanto coach Freddie Bul- blocker, Alvarado was
lock said of her team's slow forced on the front line all
start, night and finished with
Dunnellon (8-13) held a seven blocks and seven kills in
5-2 lead early in Game 1 and had a the match.
chance to steal it later with a 22-18 "Julia Alvarado just stepped up
advantage. Lecanto battled back beautifully tonight," Bullock said.
with two-straight kills from Sum- Five of the senior's blocks came
mer Dupler. A Dunnellon error See LECANTO/Page B4


District 4A-6 Volleyball Tournament
All games held at Lecanto High School
TODAY'S GAMES
* 6 p.m. No. 4 Crystal River vs. No. 5 Citrus
* 8 p.m. No. 3 North Marion vs. West Port
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* 8 p.m. No. 2 Lecanto vs. North Marion/West Port winner
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deadline is Wednesday


he nice thing about all
the tournaments in our
county is that all of
them offer something unique.
Either by offering a different
format (compass), division
(singles) or playing surface
(soft).
You will have the opportu-
nity to experience playing on
soft courts at the upcoming
2008 Skyview Charity Tennis
Tournament at Skyview on
Nov. 1-2, benefiting the Key
Training Center. But you bet-
ter pick up the phone right
now and call Bruce Payne
(352) 249-1115 or e-mail ten-
nis@citrushills.com. to sign
up, because the deadline is
this Wednesday
Entry fee is $25 per person.
Checks to be made out to
"Nature Coast Affordable
Housing Corp". Two matches
are guaranteed awards for
winners and runner ups in
each division. You will re-
ceive a call on Oct. 31, with
the starting time for your first
match. Divisions offered are
men's and women's doubles,
with A, B and C levels.
Monday Night Ladies
Doubles League
The results for October 20
were as follows:
Pine Ridge Racqeteers def.
Sugar Mill Woodsies, 4-2;
Brooksville Kick
Butt played g
Brooksvilee Aces,
won 2 matches,
lost one and will
play the last match
this Saturday.
Bicentennial
Babes had a bye.
This league is
geared towards
the 3.5 and 4.0 fe- Eric v
male players who Hoo
cannot play during ON T
the day and don't ON TI
mind traveling to
get in those great tennis
matches.
For more information and
to sign up, contact Antoinette
van den Hoogen at 382-3138
or hoera@juno.com.
Citrus County Tuesday
Womens Tennis Leagues:
Tuesday Team Tennis
The results for October 21
were as follows: Bicentennial
Breakers vs Crystal River
Acers, 2-2; Pine Ridge
Palominos vs Sugarmill
Swingers, 2-2.
This league is geared to-
wards the 3.0 and 3.5 level
players. Each team consists of
four players (6 on roster is al-
lowed). New players, regulars
or subs, are always welcome.
To sign up or for information
about this league, contact the
chairperson, Candace Charles,
at 563-5859 or can-
dacecharles@tampa-
bayrrcom.
Senior Ladies Tuesday
3.0 League
The results for October 21
were as follows: Riverhaven


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Kristin Tringall, right, won in the women's doubles, while Mehd)
Tahiri, left, won in the men's doubles. Together they teamed up
to win the mixed doubles championship at this past weekend'
Crystal River Tennis Fest held at Crystal River High School. J


Ospreys def. Meadowcrest
Aces, 4-0; Crystal River def.
Pine Ridge Mustangs, 4-0; Cit-
rus Hills def. Meadowcrest
Rackettes, 4-0; Riverhaven
Gators def. Pine Ridge Pintos,
3-2.
For the 2008-2009 season
this league will become a 3.0-
3.5 league. For information
please contact Charlyne
Ankrom at 795-6212 or
boonies2@yahoo.com.
Thursday Morning
Citrus Area
Doubles League
No results were
reported for Octo-
ber 23. For infor-
mation please
.. s contact Mary Jane
* Martin at 527-3754
or e-mail ten-
nis99111@earth-
n den linknet
gen Ladies on
NNIS the Court
Oct 16 winners:
Joyce and Gloria.
Oct 23 winners: Tana and Glo-
ria, Joyce and Charlyne,
Phyliss and Jo.
Ladies On The Court play at
the Le Grone Park courts in
Crystal River on Thursdays at
9:00 am. Bring a new can of
balls and $ 0.50, sign up ahead
and play 2 out of 3 tie break
sets. For more information
please contact Barbara Shook
at dshook@tampabayrr.com
or 795-0872.
The Friday Senior Ladies
Doubles 3.0 3.5 League
All matches were rained
out
For more information or to
sign up contact their new
chairperson for the 2008-2009
season Mary Jane Martin of
the Pine Ridge Colts, at 527-
3754 or e-mail ten-
nis99111@earthlinknet
Ladies' Singles
Tennis League
Standings, scores and team
points for the week Oct 4-Oct
11: 1. Susan Goins; 2. Kim
Duong; 3. Linda Martin; 4.
April Manley; 5. Amy Baum-


gartner; 6. Lisa Steed; %.
LeAnn Largo; 8. Soledad
David 9. Lorie Wilkes; 10,
Joan Kobayashi; 11. Jennifer
Dempsey; 12. Margie McLel1
lan; 13. Becky Fisher; 14.
Mary Catherine' Spires; 15
Sherri Trippettj
Team points; ORANGE, 34;
GREEN, 31; BLUE, 13; REID
9. New players are welcome
including High School play-
ers. Match times are flexible
for day or evening time, with
no minimum matches per
.month. For more inform;
tion please contact Margie
McLellan at 476-5617 or emaili
margiemclellan@tampa7
bay.rr.com.
USTA Leagues ,
3.0 Super Senior Women
Skyview (Halloran) del
Skyview (Stillman), 3-0,
Record 5-0.
Ann Koonz/Betty Sanger, 5-
7, 6-1, 1-0; Maureen
Grimes/Diane Halloran, 6-4, 6
4; Geraldine Jones/Linda
Ross, 6-2, 6-2.
Skyview (Stillman) record
1-4.
3.5 Super Senior Women:
Skyview def. Fort King, 3-0.
Record 6-1.
Marilyn Cass/Jimmie
Eliasen, 7-6,5-7,1-0; Irma But-
termore/Maxine Pace, 6-2,6-1;
Ginger Privat/Chris Jarzyna,
6-4,6-2. '- '-
6.5 Adult Combo Women:
Skyview lost to Fort King, 2-1.
Record 3-2.
Local Tournament dates:
Nov. 1-2: The 2008 Skyview
Charity Tennis Tournament
at Skyview.
Dec. 6-7: Chronicle/Pines
Tennis Tournament at Whis-
pering Pines Park in Inver-
ness. :.
Jan.17-18, 2009: Crystal
River Open at Crystal Rivef
High School. .


Eric van den Hoogen, '
Chronicle tennis columnist
can be reached at
hoera@juno.com. -Y1


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Smith crowned Citrus Open Wheel Modified champion 7


LARRY MACMILLAN
Special to the Chronicle

Richie Smith has driven
just about every division run-
ning at Citrus County Speed-
way this season but his
primary ride has been the
No. 42 Open Wheel Modified
with one thought in mind and
that was to win the champi-
onship.
He spent most of the sea-
son chasing Curtis Neumann
and finally caught him when
Neumann was unable to start
due to a mechanical break-
down on Sept. 27.
Smith forged to the top of
the point's ladder by 85
points with a second place
finish in that race. Despite
the fact that Smith only
needed to start this final race
of the season to capture the
crown he made quite a race
out of Saturday night's 35-lap
finale. Neumann charged to
the front early in the race and
set the pace all the way to the
checkered flag to take his
seventh win of the season.
Meanwhile Smith made his
way through traffic from his
11lth starting spot and pushed
up to third before getting
caught up in a caution .flag
spin going for second in a
match race with Teddy Nel-
son that sent him to the rear
of the field. When the check-
ered flag came out Nelson
held out for second followed
by Robbie Cooper, Adam May
and Smith moved through all


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I #01 Cunrii eurriann Invernie-s 7th Season Win
2 #34 Te.ddy Nelorn Pinielas Park
3 #98 Robbe Cooper Bronson
4 7 AdamMay-Lutz
5 #42 Richi.Se smri Hernando 2008 Muditied Criampion
1st HeaT Winner w01 Cunis Neumann
2nd Heal WIinrer. #53 Doug Miller Largio
3id Heat Winner #42 Ricnie Smith
Sportsman Feature
20 Laps -15 Cars
1 88 Bobby Ervien St Peterit.urg 71h Season Win
2 #55 Ernie Reed Lecanto
3 inl Torm Posav'ec Dunnrielc.n
4 i7 TJ Cnarriters- ?
5 #48 DusuTn Aaron Fi-ral City
Ist Heat Winner.r #01 Torr PCsavec
2nd Heat W.nner 488 Bobby Ervien
Street Stock Feature
20 Laps -17 Cars
1 #93 Trry rirnlS n Hernand:' 5th Sea ,.,n Win
2. #95 Jason Murphree Homosassa Drove #97
3.#57 F.a,- Iiromiu.sl Le:arito
4. #197 Brent Coopr Dunnrilon
5. #97 Tim Quick Lecanto- Drove #42
1st Heat Winner- #93 Tommy Smith
2nd Heat Winner-.- 97 TmT Ou..:ik


that tail-end traffic to capture
a fifth place finish and the
2008 Modified Championship
crown. Heat winners were
Neumann, Doug Miller and
Smith.
Sportsman brought in a 15-
car field for its next to last
race of the season and a
championship run that is still
not a lock. Bobby Ervien
closed the gap by four points
on Tom Posavec with his sev-
enth feature win of the sea-
son. Ernie Reed launched
from his ninth spot to hold
out for a second place finish
followed by point leader Tom


Mini Stock Feature
25 Laps- 13 Cars
1 a 1 George Neumann Invemeis 6irt Season Win
2 1 i3 Jonnairan Camp Beverly Hills
3 034 Kevin Harrod Floral Cly
4 #51 Chris Harvey- Bellealew
5 #44 Mike LB am rn Clarenaorr
4 Cylinder Bom.
20 Laps 22 Cars
1 P46 Snawn Evans Williston 4th Season Wint
2 #88 Anthony LaPoint ZeFhyrhllls
3 #66 Brandon Watson Dunnellon
4 #22 Bobby Rl:hardeon Lecanto
5 #26 Nathan Flonan Homosssaa
i i Heat Winner # 4 Bryson Waid Cryslal River
2rid Heat Winner #47 RIchard Kuhn Ocala
Figure 8 Feature
20 Laps-15 Cars
I P 3 Chilord Rousseau 51 Petersburg 2nd Season Win
2 #15 Joey Caterel. Pinellas Park
3 N27 Jonn Baranau- .as St Petersburg
4 # 6 Robert Aaro:n -Brlsvlle
5 v.a Wayne Calkins Sl Plersburg
Fl.r,da Mini Cup Feature- 20 Laps 8 Cars
1 #12 Bobby Rogers
2 #EO Rck Fiore
3 48 Carlos Pinto
4 2.4i M -e Heil


Posavec who goes into the
final race of the year next
week with an 18-point lead
over Ervien. T.J. Chambers
and Dustin Aaron rounded
out the top five. Heat winners
were Ervien and Posavec.
The Sportsman division
wraps up its season next Sat-
urday night with a 50-lap spe-
cial and the crowning of the
2008 champion.
Tommy Smith was the
dominant force in the Street
Stock division for the second
week in a row taking both his
heat and feature wins and
moving from 10th to ninth in


the points race. Teammate
Jason Murphree was in pur-
suit most of the way putting
some more cushion in his
second spot in the points race
using teammate Tim Quick's
car. Frank Stromquist moved
from ninth for a solid third
place finish. Brent Cooper
came from his 13th starting
spot to finish just in front of
2008 Street Stock champion,
Quick, who borrowed Richie
Smith's Street Stock that has-
n't seen a whole lot of action
after taking last year's cham-
pionship.
George Neumann made


short work of the front seven
driver' on his way to his sixth
win .he season. Johnathan
Car. was the only driver
\: .ad anything for Neu-
mann in the final laps of the
race and had to settle for a
second place finish from his
13th starting spot Kevin Har-
rod finished third from his
10th starting spot and pretty
much has a lock on the 2008
championship with just one
race left in the season finale
on Nov. 8.. Chris Harvey held
out for a fouth place finish
just ahead of point runner up
Mike Lawhorn. With only 13
cars in the field there were
no heats run.
Twenty-two cars made for
an exciting 4 Cylinder
Bomber race and top shoe a!
the checkered flag was 10th
starter Shawn Evans who
logged his fourth win of the
season. Anthony LaPoint
started right beside Evans
and followed him through
traffic to hold out for a sec-
ond place finish. Brandon
Watson was out to make it
three in a row but couldn't
pull it off, settling for third
and was chased across the
start finish line by Bobby
Richardson and Nathan Flo-
rian. Heat wins went to
Bryson Ward and point
leader Richard Kuhn who
pretty much has a lock on the
2008 championship with a
103-point lead over defend-
ing champion Jeff Eberly.
The Bomber division will


race in the final two race
nights of the season.
Fifteen Figure 8 racers
took on the intersection 40
times and the race got started
off with point runner up DanS
ryl Hage hitting the water
barrels hard on turn one of
the Figure 8 track. He
swapped out his destroyed
car with his brother Robbie
to get back for the restart
When the green flag fle*
Rick Shahid led the first lap
with Charlie Meyer and T.JI
Sharrone getting caught up
in a wreck on turn four.
Meyer was done for the night
and Sharrone only got one
more partial lap in on the
restart before he had to re,
tire. Clifford Rousseau and
Joey Cat'.,relli battled for the
balance of the 20-lap main
with Rousseau scoring his
second win of the season and
Catterelli putting some more
cushion on his point lead
going into their final race on
Nov. 8. John Baranauskas out
ran Robbie Aaron in the run
for third. Wayne Calkins
came off his win of last week
with a solid fifth place run.
Eight Mini Cup Cars made
their last visit to Citrus Sat,
urday night and Bobby
Rogers was the man to beat
coming from 8th to the win-
ner's circle in their 20-lap
feature event. Rick Fiore,
Carlos Pinto, Mike Holt and
Corey White took the top five
spots. Brady Marshall won
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6 p.m. No. 4 Crystal River vs. No. 5 Citrus
8 p.m. No. 3 North Marion vs. No. 6 West Port
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Carolina 6 2 0 .750 174 127
TampaBay 5 3 0 .625 170 120
Atlanta- 4 3 0 .571 153 154
New Orleans 4 4 0 .500 216 195
North
W L T Pct PF PA
Chicago 4 3 0 .571 196 150
Green Bay 4 3 0 .571 194 159
Minnesota 3 4 0 .429 154 167.
Detroit 0 7 0 .000 114 212
West
W L T Pet PF PA
Arizona 4 3 0 .571 200 171
Seattle 2 5 0 .286 144 184
St. Louis 2 5 0 .286 112 201
San Francisco 2 6 0 .250 171 230
Sunday's Games
Miami 25, Buffalo 16
Washington 25, Detroit 17
New Orleans 37, San Diego 32
Dallas 13, Tampa Bay 9
Baltimore 29, Oakland 10
N.Y. Jets 28, Kansas City 24
New England 23, St. Louis 16
Carolina 27, Arizona 23
Philadelphia 27, Atlanta 14
Houston 35, Cincinnati 6
Cleveland 23, Jacksonville 17
N.Y. Giants 21, Pittsburgh 14
Seattle 34, San Francisco 13
Open: Denver, Chicago, Green Bay, Minnesota
Monday's Game
Tennessee 31, Indianapolis 21
Sunday, Nov. 2
Detroit at Chicago, 1 p.m.
Houston at Minnesota, 1 p.m.
Green Bay at Tennessee, 1 p.m.
N.Y. Jets at Buffalo, 1 p.m.
Arizona at St. Louis, 1 p.m.
Baltimore at Cleveland, 1 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Kansas City, 1 p.m.
Jacksonville at Cincinnati, 1 p.m.
Miami at Denver, 4:05 p.m.
Dallas at N.Y. Giants, 4:15 p.m.
Atlanta at Oakland, 4:15 p.m.
Philadelphia at Seattle, 4:15 p.m.
New England at Indianapolis, 8:15 p.m.
Open: San Diego, Carolina, New Orleans, San
Francisco
Monday, Nov. 3
Pittsburgh at Washington, 8:30 p.m.



NHL Standings
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L OT Pts GF GA
N.Y. Rangers 9 2 1 19 33 23
Pittsburgh 5 2 2 12 24 20
New Jersey 5 2 1 11 20 18
Philadelphia 2 3 3 7 29 34
N.Y. Islanders 2 6 0 4 19 29
Northeast Division
W L OT Pts GF GA
Buffalo 6 1 2 14 29 20
Montreal 5 1 1 11 27 17
Boston 4 2 3 11 26 27
Toronto 3 2 3 9 18 25
Ottawa 3 5 1 7 27 27
Southeast Division
W L OT Pts GF GA
Carolina 4 2 1 9 22 22
Washington 4 3 1 9 28 26
Florida 4 4 0 8 19 25
Atlanta 2 4 2 6 23 27
TampaBay 1 3 3 5 11 18
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division
W L OT Pts GF GA
Detroit 6 1 1 13 31 25
St. Louis 5 3 0 10 29 23
Chicago 3 3 3 9 27 27
Nashville 4 4 0 8 29 31
Columbus 3 6 0 6 24 31


Minnesota
Colorado
Calgary
Edmonton
Vancouver


San Jose
Anaheim
Dallas
Los Angeles
Phoenix


Northwest Division
W L OT Pts
6 0 1 13
5 3 0 10
4 3 1 9
4 3 1 9
4 4 0 8
Pacific Division
W L OT Pts
7 2 0 14
5 5 0 10
3 4 2 8
3 4 0 6
3 4 0 6


Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss
or shootout loss.
Sunday's Games
No games scheduled
Monday's Games
Ottawa 5, Buffalo 2
Anaheim 3, Columbus 2
N.Y. Rangers 4, N.Y. Islanders 2
Minnesota 3, Chicago 2
Boston 1, Edmonton 0, OT
Detroit at Los Angeles, late
Tuesday's Games
Philadelphia at Atlanta, 7 p.m.
Nashville at Washington, 7 p.m.
Carolina at Montreal, 7:30 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Toronto, 7:30 p.m.
Colorado at Calgary, 9p.m.
Boston at Vancouver, 10 p.m.
Pittsburgh at San Jose, 10:30 p.m.
Wednesday's Games
Toronto at New Jersey, 7:30 p.m.
Minnesota at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
Detroit at Anaheim, 10 p.m.

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Monday's Sports
Transactions
BASEBALL
National League
WASHINGTON NATIONALS-Named Dr.
Wiemi Douoguih team medical director.
American Association
EL PASO DIABLOS-Claimed C Dylan Parzyk
and RHP Carl Scheafer off waivers from Pen-
sacola.
PENSACOLA PELICANS-Released INF Jack
Joffrion and OF Josh Morgan.
SHREVEPORT SPORTS-Exercised the 2009
option on INF Wade Robinson.
Can-Am League
SUSSEX SKYHAWKS-Exercised the 2009
option on RHP Eric Thomas.
WORCESTER TORNADOES-Exercised the
2009 option on RHP Eddie Pena, INF Chris Cola-
bello, RHP John Birtwell, Anthony Sullivan, OF
Josh Farkes, OF BJ Weed and RHP Junior Guer-
rero.
BASKETBALL
National Basketball Association
CHARLOTTE BOBCATS-Waived F forward
Jermareo Davidson.
CHICAGO BULLS-Re-signed F-C Michael
Ruffin.
GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS-Waived F Rob
Kurz.
LOS ANGELES LAKERS-Exercised their
fourth-year contract option on G Jordan Farmar.
Waived G Coby Karl.
NEW YORK KNICKS-Waived F Patrick Ewing
Jr.
TORONTO RAPTORS-Exercised theirfourth-
year contract option on F Andrea Bargnani.
UTAH JAZZ-Waived G Gerry McNamara.
WASHINGTON WIZARDS-Exercised their
third-year contract options on F Oleksiy Pecherov
and G Nick Young.
FOOTBALL
National Football League
CINCINNATI BENGALS-Placed S Corey
Lynch on injured reserve.
DENVER BRONCOS-Signed C Greg Eslinger
and CB Rashod Moulton to the practice squad.
HOCKEY
National Hockey League
CAROLINA HURRICANES-Recalled C
Dwight Helminen from Albany (AHL).
CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS-Recalled D Cam
Barker from Rockford (AHL).
COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS-Placed G Pas-
cal LeClaire on injured reserve. Activated RW
Jared Boll from injured reserve. Assigned D Kyle
Wharton to Syracuse (AHL).
MONTREAL CANADIENS-Assigned D Math-
ieu Cale to Hamilton (AHL).
NEW JERSEY DEVILS-Placed C Brian Rol-
ston and C Bobby Holik on injured reserve.
PHILADELPHIA FLYERS-Reassigned F Jared
Ross to Philadelphia (AHL).
SAN JOSE SHARKS-Recalled F Jamie
McGinn from Worcester (AHL).
COLLEGE
CLEVELAND STATE-Agreed to terms with
men's basketball coach Gary Waters on a five-year
contract.
DUQUESNE-Promoted Bill Barton to men's
associate head basketball coach.
ILLINOIS STATE-Promoted Keith Trivitt to as-
sistant media relations director.
INDIANA STATE-Announced women's soccer
coach Vernon Croft will step down at the end of
the season to became assistant athletic director
for facilities and game operations.
NYU-Named Victor Lamm men's and women's
assistant tennis coach.
NORTHEASTERN-Named Jon Litchlield
sports information director.
WASHINGTON-Announced football coach Ty-
rone Willingham will step down at the end of the
season.


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Only two teams, Saint An-
drews (291) and American
Heritage (292) broke 300 last
week while Northside Chris-
tian (303), Common School of
Naples (306) and Archbishop
McCarthy (306) all look as if
they'll be in position to make
a challenge.
The battle for supremacy
amongst the four public
schools looks to be setting up
as a good one. Of the four
schools, Region 4 champion
Viera of Melbourne shot the
lowest region score (322) fol-
lowed closely by Region 1
champion Gulf Breeze (348)


points. Alvarado also chipped
in three kills and Taylor Up-
church ended the game with
three straight service aces.
Williams finished with a
match high 16 kills on the
night
"We've been working on the
girls' approaches and she
(Williams) finally got it," Bul-
lock said.
Things only got easier for
Lecanto (15-5) in Game 3
where the Panthers won by 11
points.

and Region 3 champion Cit-
rus (352). Lemon Bay, the Re-
gion 6 runner-up shot a 370
and only Region 1 runner-
up Pensacola Catholic (376)
shot a higher score in its re-
gional match.
Citrus has reason to be en-
couraged considering they
shot what by their standards
was a below-average round at
the regional tournament. If
they shoot as low as they're
capable the Lady Hurricanes
may penetrate the top eight
teams in the 16-team field.
On the boys side things look
equally as tight
The Citrus Hurricanes, like
their sister-counterparts,
cruised through the regular
season, boasting a 22-0
record. They then easily took


Theresa Isselhardt had four
blocks and two of her seven
match kills, Williams added
five more kills and Dupler had
three to help end the Tigers'
season. Up 11-8, Lecanto
strung together runs of four
and seven to end all thoughts
of a possible Game 4. Dunnel-
lon got three kills each from
Anushka Dessus and Alissa
Daniel but Lecanto's defense
was too much to overcome.
Daniel finished with a team
high eight kills in the match;


care of business at The Dunes
in Brooksville, shooting their
way to a district title. But last
week they suffered the only
black mark on their card, by
the narrowest of margins,
with a one-shot loss to Trinity
Catholic, robbing the 'Canes
of an undefeated season and
a region title.
Over the next two days,
however, Citrus once again
has a chance to make some
noise as they tee it up at the
Golf Club at Bridgewater in
Lakeland, just 16 miles north
of where the Lady Hurri-
canes will battle.
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broke 300 and they were the
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son and appear to be on a colli-
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(291) along with the respec-
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dinal Newman (299). If the
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next two days the girls will
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Bisque Range Hood
Neutone deluxe
w/dual halogen
lamps. $50/obo.
All like new.
352-527-0347.
Franklin Wood Stove
$150 obo
Whirlpool Washing
Machine, works,
$40.
(352) 228-0905 aft 6p
GE REFRIGERATOR
23.6 cuft. Dbl door,
water & Ice on door.
Almond. Exc. cond.
$200. 352-489-3248
Kenmore'10,000 BTU
A/C, energy saver,
remote control, used
I season,$200.
(352) 726-2425
KENMORE
Stack washer/
dryer-gas. $375. 1 yr
old, exc. cond.
352-419-4343
KENMORE washer &
dryer, runs like new,
$150 for both
(352) 637-4642
REFRIGERATOR
Refrigerator..Almost
new $99.00 270-8809
Refrigerator
Side by side,
Ice/water in door,
almond $200.
(352) 726-6736
Washer & Dryer
matching, Whirlpool,
both work great.
Like New $225. obo
(502) 619-1538
WASHER AND DRYER
Washer and
dryer.Good condition.
$ 75.00 pair 270-8809
Washer/Dryer
White
Large capacity
Excellent Condition.
$100.00. Call after
4:00. (352) 419-4627
S Office
Furniture

DESKS 2 office desks,
executive brown with
marble tops ($50)
727-393-0033

|^ Tools

AIR COMPRESSOR
Craftsman 7HP, 60
gallons, vertical on .
skid. Oil-less pump.
240 volts/15amps.
175psl max. Never
outdoors, new cond.
$375/obo. Will deliver.
352-860-1008, Tom.
| Building
l- Supplies
GLASS SLIDING
DOORS Standard 6 ff
opening. Exc. cond.
$50/obo.
352-465-6562
SLIDING GLASS
DOOR 8' Sliding Glass
door used $25.00
352-419-4302

WComputers/
S Vdeo
COMPUTER DOCTORS
1/2 ml. S.E. Inv Walmart
Repairs -all PC's &
Laptops, 1.3GHz
Gateway Computer
Hi- speed w/windows
$125. 352-344-4839
DIESTLER COMPUTERS
Internet service, New
& Used systems, parts
& upgrades. Visa/
MCard 352-637-5469
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Equipment

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pictures/contact
johna291@gmaalco
+Loaderdgger
+blade +Bale Spear
747hrs 4x4 AC CD
89HP, 267-5191299
johna291@gmail.com

TRACTOR
Massey-Ferg 1540
Low Hrs Several
Attachments
(352) 302-7073

SFurniture

4 bed 2 ba$ 19,8001
Foreclosure Won't
last For Ustings
800-366-9783 X H796
55 GAL FISH TANK
W/METAL STAND
hood and light $40
352-419-4441
Pre Owned Furniture
Unbeatable Prices
NU 2 U FURNITURE
Homosassa 621-7788
All Matching Sofa.,
love seat chase
lounge 2 glass end
tbls., glass cocktail
tble. matching lamps
$750 (352) 503-3540
ANTIQUE CHEST
good condition $100.00
352-563-8210
ANTIQUE VANITY
DRESSER W MIRROR
Good condition
$100.00 352-563-8210
BAR STOOLS
Oversized, warms &
cloth seats. Nice
wood. $675.
352-794-3067
BEDROOM SUITE 6pc
exiong twin beds
w/rattan hdbds, triple
dress. nite stand, bu-
reau $200 795-9026
BUNK BEDS
Very good condition.
Incls. mattresses. $100
Queen Bed Frame
$20. 937-207-4273
China Cabinet
Solid Oak, like new
63" Wide. 4 doors, 3
drawers, glass upper ,.
panels $600. & Grand -
Father Clock $50
(352) 382-4651
COFFEE TTABLE,END
TABLE Light Oak Cof-
fee table,55x25,three
glass inserts, $45.End
table, 25x25,4 glass in-
serts,$25.
352-382-0069
Desk top hutch, oak,
57" W. 32" H 10-A" D,
$50. Credenza. drk
oak. 72" Lx 28 H
x19-1h' D $100
(352) 464-4138
Dining Room Table
Dark wood W/extra
leaf. Six cushioned
chairs /green fabric.
$125. Call after 4:00.
(352) 419-4627
DISPLAY CASE Wood,
glass top display case 3
ft wide and 4 1/2 ft high.
(727) 895-6655
office03@knology.net
Exec. chair black
leather, hi back, ad-
just. on rollers, $60.2
drawer locking file
cab. metal, 15" W x
29" Hx 18"D 464-4138
Executive desk, solid
wood 29" H, 76" W 42"
D glasstop 4 12" draw.
1 12" file draw., $250.
Oversized
(352) 464-4138
HUGH Entertainment
Center. Antliq/whlte
/brick veneer. Glass
shelves/lighted. 5 pc.
$350. DINING SET
w/uphol wood chairs.
Very nice. $125
352-419-4343
KING SIZE Bedroom
Suite. Beautiful Italian
set, dresser w/mlrror,
chest w/doors, head-
board, night stands.
$1,500. Without
frame, box spring &
mattress:$1,100
352-794-3067
King Size Water Bed
Complete, Oak, Wall
Unit headboard, w/
built In Shelves, mirrors
& drawers, & storage
under bed $250
(813) 362-7939
KING SIZE WATER-
BED AND COUCH Has
new mattress $45.00
Blue couch $45.00
352-563-8210
Kitchen Table, 5 pc.
w/ leaf, chairs on
casters $200.
King Sz. Box spring &
matt. w/ frame $150.
(352) 564-8551
LANE STRESSLESS
RECLINER, Leather.
mist green. $400.
352-726-9675
LEATHER CHAIR
Haverty's, oversized.
Reddish brwn, quality.
New over $1500, sell
$350. Good cond.
352-382-5517
New Glass Dining
Table seats 4
$100.00
(352) 726-3731
OAK BAR with foot
rest and one shelf.
Must sell. 18"deep x
60"wide x 40"tall $35.
352-419-4441
OVERSIZED BROWN
Upholstered easy
chair. Matching large
ottoman. $125.
Crystal River
352-638-1079


STYLIST

BE YOUR BOSS,
In quiet Upscale
Citrus Hills Salon. Must
have Client Base.
(352) 726-4060

MR Doesic st
A BANK REPOI 4/2
$24ki $199/mol
5% Dn. 20 yrs. 8%
fo r listings
800-366-9783x5705

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-3/2 HUD Homel
20 yrs @ 8% apr


CNA&
RECEPTIONIST

office. Benefits
offered.
Fax: 352-746-2236

CNA/HHA'S
Live in Needed
$175. a day



EARN AS YOU LEARN
CNA Test Prep/CPR
Continuing Education
352-341-2311
Environmental
Services Aide
Arbor Trail Rehab Is
currently accepting
applications for
Environmental
Services. Must be
experienced In
Housekeeping and
Laundry Services
and be available to
work day and eve.
Apply In Person
ARBOR TRAIL REHAB
611 Turner Camp Rd
Inverness, FL, EOE

Oncology
Group Practice
/seeking a
Phlebotomist
for busy
Physician lab
Mon-Fri. 9a-5pm
Benefits Include:
Insurance/401 K,
Competitive Salary
Fax Resume to:
(352) 746-6333
P/T, F/T X-RAY TECH/
MEDICAL ASSISTANT
R/N/LPN



& references to Nettie
352-746-0333
SPEECH
THERAPIST
PART TIME
Avante at Inverness
Is currently seeking
a professional
and caring Individ-
ual who Is a Florida
licensed Speech
Therapist In good
standing to add to
our growing and
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Furniture

PAUL'S FURNITURE
Open for the Season
Tues.- Sat. 9am-2pm
Homosassa 628-2306
POOL TABLE Older
Pool table with two pool
sticks(included) for sale
$100.00 352-563-8210
Preowned Mattress
Sets from Twin $30;
Full $40.Qn $50; Kg -
$75. 628-0808
QUEEN ANN CHAIR
Black arms, legs, blue
seat and back. new.
$35
office03@knology.net
QUEEN BED
Mattress, box spring &
frame. Good
condition & clean.
$100
352-419-4588
QUEEN SLEEPER SOFA
Matching chair.
Like new. $200. Cell
615-633-6841;
931-267-8838
The Path's Graduates,
Single Mothers,
Needs your furniture.
Dining tables, dressers
& beds are needed.,
Call (352) 746-9084 -
TWIN BED Oak Mis-
sion Retreat Twin Bed
Havertys Almost Newl
Costs over 400 Asking
200. Call 228-0844
WATERBED Older
pedestal waterbed with
double dresser,2 nite
stands, chest of draw- .
ers, mirrored head-
board, dark
wood....$100.00
2 light wood ehd ta-
bles...$20.00 Leave -
message
352-560-7415


So Supplies
28" SNAPPER
Riding mower w/rear
bag. $325. Crystal
River 352-638-1079.
WHEEL BARROW
2-wheels, special
feature to allow
dumping. $110
352-794-3067

8 Clothing i

CLOTHING Lost
weight. Losts of selec-
tions. Great condition. -
XL-3X. Reasonable
(352) 794-3067
LEATHER JACKET A
woman's black size
medium,wom once,$50
firm 352-341-1366
06 General ,i

15,000 BTU, AC, 220V
very good. cond. $85. '
(352) 249-7195
ABSOLUTELY FREE ';;
BOAT RENTAL TIME
8 hrs. for the cost of 6 2
Only $125. Port Hotel -8
Dive Center. 795-7234
APPLIANCES Micro-
wave 1.4 cu.ft. $45.
Kitchen Stove with
Hood $50. OBO
726-4592
.Carpet Factory Direct.
Laminate-Vinyl Repair:
All types, Restretch,
Clean, 352-341-0909
CARPORT
Aluminium 2 car,
Free Standing $550
(352) 726-0891
Cash for Owners
I buy mobiles, houses
& seller financed
mortgages, Fred
Famrnsworth, 36 yrs
same address &
phone 352-726-9369
CHRISTMAS TREE 7
foot ridge pine christ-
mas tree exc. condition
$25.00 [352]527-9982
DOLL HOUSE Barbie
Dream Doll House pink
with elevatorcollapsible
$35 352)527-9053
Electric Treadmill,
Cadence, fold up
$80.
Antique Treadle
Sewing Machine $85.
(352) 249-7195
Encyclopedia Set
How It Works Science
Books. $100
352-637-2881
Leave Message

Entertainment Center
3-tier wood. Great for
TV, DVD player. $80
352-637-2881
Leave Message
Gas Chain Saw
$50.
16" Western Stock
Saddle
$125.
(352) 628-7688 '
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
SPECIALS
6 lines- 10 days
Items totaling
$1-$200.............$8.50
$201-$400.......$13.50
$401-$800.......$18.50 '
$801-$1500.....$23.50
CALL
352-563-5966
Two General
Merchandise Items
per ad. '
Private Party Only
(Non Refundable)
All Ads are prepaid,
Some restrictions
may apply.
Go Cart
Challenger, 5.0 Hp.
Subaru eng. Originally
$900, will sell for $550.
Mobile Home Steps
All wood, heavy duty.
You must pick up.,
$75.002
(352) 465-9396 5


Financial

4 bed 2 ba $19,8001
Foreclosurel Won't
last For Listings
800-366-9783 X H796
. Business
oOpportunities

Asphalt Maintenance
Prod. & Equip., Supply
Bus., Steady Income
35g-302-3030

Money to
Lend
Did the Bank Say No?
They Can't, We Can.
Commercial Ventures
w/ Credit & History.
We're Funding Now.
Michael Peters, Broker
Commercial Capital
(352) 246-7483
SWork at
S Home

WORK FROM HOME
ON LINE Earn as you
learn. Free training.
Call 888-482-5756
wfh.obmentors.com

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4" Concrete Slab.
$14.895. INSTALLED
30x30x9(3:12 pitch)
Roof overhang,
2-9x7 Garage Doors,
2 Vents, 1 Entry Door,
4" Concrete Slab
$16.795. INSTALLED
35x50x12(3:12 pitch)
Roof overhang,
2-10x10 Rollup Doors,
2 Vents, 1 Entry Door,
4" Concrete Slab
$30.995 Installed
Fl. Engineered Plans

Florida wind codes.
Conc/Inst by others,
Many sizes avail.
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866-624-9160
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GIANT PAINT SALE ELECTRONIC CASH
Paint, Stain, Int. & Ext. REGISTER Sony Cash
$2.00 a gallon register in great condi-
302-4902, 795-3563 tion.$ 75.00 270-8809
I HALLOWEEN E metMed
HEARSE FOR Equipment
HIRE HOVEROUND
Add a Ghoulish Like New $400
Touch to Your Electric Scooter$300
Haunt or Party. (352) 726-0891
Old Style Hearse Hurricane Scooter
w/Casket and Pd. over $2.000 & car
IB .ide ylft for Scooter, Pd.
I $1,300 both like new
Hearse Rentals ll take $,200 for
(352) 586-2806 both (352) 527-0523
inside Lift Coins
Harmer.AL/400 escn
Scooter
Pride Sonlc.New BUYING US COINS
battery.$1000.00 Beating all Written
(352) 563-5730 offers. Top $$$$ Paid
(352) 228-1719 (352) 228-7676
S.IRRIGATION Musical
New Systems & o Instruments
RepaInsUc.3000* KEYBOARD,ELECTRIC
IESCut outs & New CsiTARANDAMP
Homes. Installed & Casio CT 310
Roled. A.L. EVANS Keyboard,Chords,Rhthy
352-422-0641 madaptones,
adaptor, coverBook,
$45.
First Act Electric guitar,
(c Act NowE amplifier and guitar
case.variable
bass,treble, volume
ITS FREE controls, still in boxes
-ITS FREC $75. 352-382-0069
PIANO Mid 1970's up-
Place any General right Kimball piano
Merchandise Ad for $125 OBO
fREE on our all new 464-5419 Kim
CLASSIFIED SITE.
Yamaha
5 Days, 5 Lines. Electric Piano,
2 Items totaling less new condition,
than $100.00 each. $850. abo
(305) 506-8720
Go to:
chroniclonlne.com Household
and click place i Household
an Ad in the top right
hand corner. BEDDING FULL SIZE
Almost new comforters
Pool Table, 7ft. & sheet sets that are in
Mizerak w/ bal set excellent condition.
and 2 cues, $100 obo (352)794-3067
Wall Tile, Imoker,
cream color $15. TABLE English solid
(352) 228-0905 aft 6p wood. With sides up
48". $75.00
PROPELLER Evinrude (352)794-3067
stainless steel $100 orCLEANER
trade for mans bike' VACUUM CLEANER
352-860-1748 Oreck upright in great
condition.
Trailer Axles $95.00 (352)794-3067
(2) 1- w/ brakes,
5,000 Ib capacity U Fitness
Mobile home type I Equipment
$145. both
(352) 628-0045 SEARS EXERCISE
TRAIN FOR SALE. Bike. Computerized
"N" Gouge, layout on Great cond. $175.
5.5 x 7 board, coam- 352-794-3067
plete system with roll- Sporting
ing stock. 28 buildings 1 Sorting
many accessories. u 1 oodS
$500. obo 380 STAR AUTOMATIC
(352) 382-1339 for a 45 revolver or
Want Lot zoned for $300 cash.
mobile home with Call Dwight
Impact Fee paid 352-795-3764
possibly. 726-9369 Browning Automatic,
WATERBED Queen 16 Gauge, Shot Gun
size waterbed, individ- used very little,
ual tube tube type, use regu- in excellent shape
lar sheets. $40 $550.
7264592 (352)464-1537


cTLEvELA AKC YORKIE PUP
3- Iron thru pitching 16 weeks old.. female
wedge w/ bag. 352-628-6914
putter & 2-metalo -
woods. $125 American Bull Dog
3 Club Wedge Set Lot! Puppy, NKC Reg. UTD
52, 56.60. $125. on Shots, Health
352-527-4932 Cert., Champion
GOLF CLUBS Men Background $500.
King Cobra Irons & (352) 726-9342
bag's $125. Golf Pull BEAGLE PUPPIES tri
cart $20. Sm Mens ex- colored will be small 9
erclse bike Tunturl weeks adorable
$50.(352) 382-0001 $195-295
GUN & KNIFE 352-628-7942
SHOW Last CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES
1 male. 3 fern. 8 wks
Show before on 10/4/08., vet
Elections checked, Health
Cert, wormed, 1st
Brooksville shots. $275 ea.
HSC Club (352) 726-7971
Nov 1, 9-5pm CHIHUAHUA'S
Nov 2. 9-4pm CKC Reg. Current
Hernando County shots, $250.
Fairgrounds (352) 406-7123
Admission $6.00 COCKAPOO AND
(352) 799-3605 MALTIPOO PUPS
Muzzle Loader sweet fluffballs boys
Thompson Center, and girls health certs
50 Cal. Percussion $195-295
Dble. set trigger. 352-628-7910
$150. (352) 746-4630 DACHSHUNDS MINI
WE BUY GUNS LONG HAIR PUPS 1/F
On Site Gun Smithing /M AKC REG,
(352) 726-5238 SHOTSHEALTH
u CERT. $350.00 CASH
Utility ONLY. 352-382-4973-
Trailers 352-287-1119
Equipment Trailer EXOTIC HIPPIE
18ft. Triple Crown. U Y A TS
Heavy duty, 2 axel, BUNNY RABBITS
w/ramps.Elc. brakes- Order for 4H now
tool box. Spare tire. New small breed,
Very good condition. $12 -$35 ea.
$1,800(352) 563-2583 All colors, adults 2
to 3.5 Ibs. Over
Snow Bear stocked Bunnies &
48" x 72", like new, Meat $ 10 ea.
used little, $499. obo 621-0726
(305) 506-8720 Cell (352) 422-0774

Bab Items
3 Wheel Jogging
Stroller,
expedition Model .
Greco Baby Stroller
Both have Air Tires
Both Clean $50. ea
(352) 628-7688



PLACE YOUR AD
24hrs A DAY AT OUR
ALL NEW EBIZ CITRUS
CLASSIFIED SITE
Go to:
chronicleonline.com
and click place
an ad
n 0h PET SPECIALS
o Pets 5 lines
0 10 Days...........$23.50
4 bed 2 ba $19.8001 30 Days ........... $3950
4 bed 2 ba $19,8001 (All extra image
Foreclosure Won't (A1.0 per line)
last! For Listings CALL
800-366-9783 X H796 352-563-5966
ADULT SHIH-TZU's 1"Pet per ad
Male & Fem, blk/ Private Party Only
white, yr old. $250. (Non Refundable)
M, W, F, 1:30 -4pm or All Ads are prepaid.
by appt 305 872-8099 Some restrictions
3902 N. Lecanto Hwy
Beverly Hills may apply.


5or Rent For Sale
= l CRYSTAL RIVER 4 bed 2 ba $19.8001
many breeds, all 2/1, Starting at $500 Foreclosurel Won't
neutered micro chip. No Pets 352-795-3605 last For Listings
tested, so $ SOME CRYSTAL RIVER 800-366-9783 X H796
352-476-6832 2/2 on Acre ATTENTION$600
Mst/Sec. 843-639-9325 ATTENTIONII
MIN PIN PUPPIES BRAND NEW
health certs registered CRYSTAL RIVER DOUBLEWIDE
8 weeks adorable tiny 3/1, Nice, references $37,90, Delivered
$195-295 homosassa No pets $475,/mo and Set, $0-Down
941-744-7528 $500 dp 352-586-7540 Land/Home $650.
PIGEONS CRYSTAL RIVER mo. Repos Avall.
For Sale. Tipplers II 3/2, 1st/last/sec, HOMEMART
Nice colors, $15,00 No dogs $550/mo. (352)307-2244
a pair. Good flyers (352) 302-1424
great pets, Lecanto "p
(970) 412-5560 CRYSTAL RIVER Palm Harbor
3BR $500; No Pets
(352) 563-2293 ms
CRYSTAL RIVER 3/2 H sUE, Loaded
S Af NOW Nice.2/1.$485 (352) 14 houses to
.-V--r 464-2505/697-1591 choose from
PLACE YOUR AD Starting at $389
24hrs A DAY AT OUR HERNANDO per month.
ALL NEW EBIZ CITRUS 2/2 $150. Wk. + Dep. 800-622-2832
CLASSIFIED SITE 2/1 $125. Wk. + Dep.
Go to: (352) 464-0719 River Lakes Manor
chronicleonline.com HERNANDO 1 bedroom, 1 bath.
POMERANIAN PUPPY Lease w/Ootion. Double-wide on 1 acre
for sale. 5 month old fe- Owner Fin. Like NEW, in quiet neighborhood.
male with shots up to 3/2, DW. W/D, fence NEEDS TLC Great
date and health certifi- lot $795 352 560-3355 rental property $40k
cate. Awaiting return of HOMOSASSA OBO 352-634-1882
registration papers from I/ &2 t/last/sec Taylor Made
CKC. $450.00 Call 1/ & 2/1 st/last/sec. Made
352-628-9465 352-634-2368 Taylor Mad
PURE BRED PIT BULL HOMOSASSA Homes
Puppies. $00 2/1.5 dbl. carport New Homes
352-287-9628; $500 Mo. F/L/Sec. From $32,900
352-341-0156 (813) 361-4615 Used Homes
Rabbit Cage HOMOSASSA $3,000
on legs $60. obo 2/1.5 dbl. carport Reo's from
(352) 628-2408 Wsh./Dry. Hkp.$500 Repos om
Rot-welller Pups Mo. Fst,/Lst. +$250. $19,900
& Adults Absolutely Sec.(813)361-4615 CALL *
Beautiful champion HOMOSASSA 352-621-9181
lines,, shots, wormed, 2BR, IBA, nice older
guaranteed, parents mobile & land. $378 Waterfront
on site (352) 464-0194 mo. (352) 726-9369 I '
Shih-Tzu Puppies HOMOSASSA lMobile For Rent
starting @ $250. Up to Nice 2/2, $600/mo 3/2 HUD Homel
date on shots. No Pets 352-464-3254 $225/mol 5% down
(352) 527-2270 HOMOSASSA 20 yrs @ 8% apr

p Nice 3/1. $600 mo. No call for Llsltngs
g Horses pets. 352-464-3254 800-366-9783 x 5704

Tennessee Walker INVERNESS
2Tyoenatu is W er 55+ Park 232 Satalllte M -Mobile Home
2 yo na tural gats, exc Ave. 2BR, 1-2BA, $395 i And Land
ground manners, 45 + util 2BR/1BA, $395
finish your way $800 352-476-4964 100% MORTGAGE
obo(352) 302-6699 LECANTO LOAN
2/2, Dbid Carport, DW NO DOWN
S1st Ist dep. appl. Fee PAYMENT
Livestock Sr. Park. 352-746-1189 *Low income appli-
IE T- cants can quality
FOR SALE LECANTO FIRST TIME
1/2 GRAIN FEED BEEF HOMOSASSA & HOMEBUYER'S UP TO
2 yrs old, prime. $600 HOQLDER 3/2 $700. 100%
obo MO. Lg. Yrd Fenced LiUttle or no credit
20896#352-344-2395 352-302-9217 OKAY
Moble Home LECANTO *recent bankruptcy
n Mobile Homes | ice 3/ 20Acre OKAY'
For Rent New CHA, $600 oe. CAll TIM OR CANDY
FstLst 0 Sec. req. No Putnam Mortgage&
9105 istachatta Rd., FttS e ri3) s -3 Finance LLC
Floral City pets (813) 695-4037 352-563-2661 local
2 bedroom, 2 bath. YANKEETOWN 866-785-3604 toll
Doublewide in Country 2/2 Complete Furn., free
Setting.Central heat 1 mo rent + $300 dep. 'Credit and income
and air. No pets. $550 15 min. from pwr restriction apply'
mo. Call Janet or Lee at plant, More Info Florida licensed
800-692-4162. Paul (407) 579-6123 mortgage lender
BEVERLY HILLS IBR Furn.& Unfurn.
Furn. 1 BR, I Full BA 2BR Unfurn. Scr. rm,
Park Model, Includes new carpet & paint.
until. & basic cable, Single bed RV park
$165. wk. sec. dep mod'l. Rents $300/up. r';.
(352) 465-7233 Park pool. 628-4441_


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813-985-2646
A BANK REPOI 4/2
$24k l $199/mol
5% On, 20 yrs. 8%
for lisltlngs
800-366-9783x5705
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furn, Incls appls,10x20
shed. Reduced
$35900 2-212-3229
CRYSTAL RIVER
5 Acre + 1600 sq ft.,
'99 DW., $139,000.
352-212-8794
Floral City 2/2
Dbl. roof, split plan.
Newly renovated.
CHA.washer/dryer on
fenced acre.$68,500
(352)586-9498
Home On
1/2 Acre
MUST SELL 3/2
28 x 52 on end of
road, quite, home
has deck.
'Sacrifice
$3,000 down
$745 mo W.A.C.
CALL *
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HERNANDO
14 W X 50 + famrm
w/fp, 2/1. 12x36 scr.
por. deed boat slip
furn $44,900 Parsley
Real Estate & Auction
Inc.Gareth Roulllard
352- 422-5731
Homosassa
2 bedroom, 1 bath
trailer in country, on
7 acres with barn,
fenced area &
woods, off Peach
St. 7 miles to beach.
Lease wldeposit,
$600/month. Availa-
ble November 15.
(937) 644-0925
Homosassa
3br/2ba. on 1 acre
newer Kit. 7 yr roof,
parquat floor, firepl
deck 2 new sheds
$89k(352) 563-9857
Homosassa, 3BR/2BA
singlewide on r2-AC
chain link fenced,
nice trees needs TLC,
low down, $425 mo.
owner finance.
352-726-9369
LECANTO/
HOMOSASSA
NEW HOME!
3/2 approx. 1500
sq. ft. On'/2 Acre,
Has Warranty
$622.15/mo.
$3,500 down
W.A.C. or
$109,900 Call
352-621-9182
to view


A Mobile Homes
And Land
INVERNESS
3/1.5, / rmol fenced
$59,900 sorm shelter.
124 N.EastAv
352-465-5201
904-318-8958
Mobile Homes
With or W-Out
Property. Financing
Avail.(352)302-9217

TRIPLEWIDE
On 21/2 Acres
New Jacobsen,
2,150 sq. ft.
3/2 High End
Home On
Beautiful Land
$858.88/mo. WAC
Will Finance
352-621-9181
1i Mobile Homes
; In Park I
3/2, Double Wide,
All apple's, Lg. Scrn Rm
3 Sheds, $27K abo
(352) 270-8420
Crystal River Village
Fully furnished, 2/2
dollhouse Reduced
Lg dbl. carport
$58.000 obo.
(352) 795-6895
INVERNESS 1/1
CHA, Screened room.
Totally renovated.
$10,000
(352) 201-0903
INVERNESS
55+ park. 1/1, new
CHA, $3500.
Washer/dryer, new
fridge. 352-746-6623


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8 Services
Become a CNA Pass
the state certification
exam with test prep Call
FLCNATESTPREP
352-228-1451
DAVE'S MOBILE
REPAIR
Repairing gas &
diesel engines. No
Job too big or small
352-228-2067

cTree Service

A TREE SURGEON
Lic. & Ins. Exp'd
friendly serv. Lowest
e Free est.
352-860-1452
D & R Tree Specialist
All phases of Tree
Work, Landscaping,
l/c, Ins., ref, *Cheap*
*Lowest Rates *
Free Est. 352-302-5641
Brannon's Ag. Serv.
Sprinkler, fencing,
lawncare, landclear-
Ing, hauling, welding
Uc. & Ins. 302-4702
COLEMAN TREE SERVE.
Trim & Removal. ULic.
Ins. FREE EST. Lowest
rates. 352-270-8462
DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Hauling,Cleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852
D's Landscape &
Expert Tree Svc
Personalized design,
Bobcatwork fill/rock
& sod 352-563-0272
GRIFFIN'S Full service
Tree Shrub.Lawn
*Landscaping. FREE
EST. Sen. Discounts
Uc. 352-527-3496 Ins.
GRIFFIN'S Full service
Tree Shrub.Lawn
*Landscaping. FREE
EST. Sen. Discounts
Uc. 352-527-3496 Ins.
OSBORNE'S
Lawn/Tree/Shrub
Quality Work Free Est,
LOWEST
RATES GUARANTEED
Uc (352) 400-6016 Ins
R WRIGHT TreeService
Tree removal, stump
grind, trim, Ins.& Lic
0256879352-341-6827

S Loans

3/2 HUD Homel
$225/mol 5% down
20 yrs @ 8% apr
call for Lisitngs
800-366-9783 x 5704

K Air Duct
S Cleaning
A BANK REPOI 4/2
$24kl $199/mol
5% Dn, 20 yrs. 8%
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800-366-9783x5705


ALL COMPUTER Repair INTRIO/ERI
We Come to You. & ODD JOBS. 30 yrs
FREE Anti Virus J. Hupchick Uc./Ins.
21 Yrs. Exp. 212-1165 (352) 726-9998
COMPUTER DOCTORS PAINTING by Greg
/2 ml S.E.Inv Walmart 10% off written Est
Repairs-all PC's & All Painting Needs
Laptops, 1.3GHz 352-476-7556
Gateway Computer
Hi- speed w/windows i
$125. 352-344-4839 Boats
On-Site Same Day
Service Available AFFORDABLE Boat
*All Computers Maint. & Repair
*Affordable Rates Mechanical/Electric
Certified Tech's al. Custom Rig.
Networking John (352) 746-4521
*Virus/Spyware/35) 7-
Pop- Removal PHIL'S MOBILE MARINE
(352) 341-4150 27 yrs. exp. Certified
www.fasiteks.com Best prices/guarante-
ed. 352-220-9435
1 Carpet La
0 Repair [ oawnower
Ico Repair |
REPAIR SPECIALIST 1p i
Restretch.lnstallation AT YOUR HOME Res.
Call for Fast Service mower & small
C & R SERVICES engine repair.
Sr. Discount 586-1728 Llc#99990001273
352-220-4244
PaintingDAVE'S MOBILE
i REPAIR
Chris Satchell Painting Gas / Diesel Engines
& Wallcovering. No lob too ba or
work fully coated. 30 sm//L 352-228-2067
yrs. Exp. Exc. Ref. ins.
352-795-6533 lV Kitchen
352-464-1397 O & Bath
CALL STELLAR BLUE
All Int./ Ext. Painting BATHTUB REGLAZING
Needs. Uc. & Ins. FREE Old tubs & ugly
EST. (352) 586-2996 ceramic tile Is re-
CheapCheapCheap stored to new cond.
DP Paint/Press.Clean All colors avail.
16 yrs. in Inverness 697-TUBS (8827)
Llc.&ins. 637-3765
Catania Painting Inc. l Upholstery
Int./ext Comm/Res. _r
Free Pressure Wash, UPHOLSTERY/SEWING
30% summer disc.97 Specializing In Furn &
lic/Ins. (352) 302-6397 Boat Cushions call
DAVID RODGERS Carol(352) 637-3419
Painting. lic/Ins
Int/Ext repaints. Satis Care For |
faction Guaranted. the Elderl I
20 yrs exp.212-3160
~____~____ELDERLY & HANDI-
Over 3 000 Homes CAP CARE. 27 yrs
and Properties exp. Non smoker/
listed at Citrus County Area.
www.naturecoast 352-270-8377
homefront.com (850) 443-5069


Air Conditioning Service
DONE RIGHT!
Serving Citrus County Over 14 Years
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I WINTER CHECK-UP
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(352)746-9484
Lic.#CAC058291


t Care For
Sthe Elderly
Need In Home Care
For A Loved One??
CNA/CPR Certified
Exp. w/Alzheimers
Flex. Hrs. 563-5609
Cell 352-601-2053
Private Home
To care for your love
one. Alzhelmer
Dementia 621-3337
g Home/Office
o Cleaning
Home Offices Pet Sit
LIc/Bond/Ins/Refs.
Gift cerlts, available
503-6279; 220-4259
House cleaning $35.00
most 2/1. Experienced
w/references 228-1789
HOUSECLEANING
Honest, dependable,
exper. Reasonable
Lic. 352-419-4935

5 Cabinetry

Affordable CABINETS
& COUNTER TOPS
New & Remodel
352-586n8415
CABINETS, Remodel,
Garages, CBC024041
(352) 795-2789
CELL (772)-263-1159
w Carpentry/
o Building
QUALITY CRAFTED
BUILDERS INC.
Remodeling, addi-
tions, custom homes
& commercial. 352-
Z26- : CBC014582
ROGERS Construction
Repairs & All types of
Construction637-4373
CRC 1326872

S Aluminum
SUBURBAN IND. INC.
Rescreen, Screen Rms
Carports, Roofovers
Garage Screen Doors
Vinyl & Acrylic
Windows, Siding/Soffit
Lic#2708.
(352) 628-0562


Pressure |
IsN Cleaning
CALL STELLAR BLUE
All Int./ Ext. Painting
Needs. Lic, & Ins. FREE
EST. (352) 586-2996
Father & Son
Pressure clean &
gutter cleaning.
352-527-1097
PRESSURE CLEANING
Driveways, roofs,
mobiles, home etc.
Kerry (352) 795-4204
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In The Clasovemet i
Services
Naydene's Girl Friday
Service LLC Grocery
Light House Cleaning,
Etc., Lic/Bonded
(352)341-0193



#1 A+TECHNOLOGIES
All home repairs. Also
Phone, Cable, Lan &
Plasma TV's installed.
Pressure wash &
Gutters LIc. 5863
(352) 746-0141
#1 All Improvements
MaIlnt./Reoairs/Paint
25 yrs exp. Llc#5953
.,gjLUtt 560-7609
Elite Home Service
Maintlrepalr/install
20+yrs exp. Reg &
Ins. 352-428-9734


BRANNON'S
AGRICULTURAL SERVICES

Your Agricultural Handyman
Sprinklers Land Clearing
Seeding Mowing Driveways
* Fencing elding Lawn Care Etc.
352-302-4702
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1' 1 5% OFF

All New Customers


SHandyman

FASTI AFFORDABLE
RELIABLEI Most repairs
Free Est,, Lic#0256374
(352) 257-9508 *
HANDYMAN
If Its Broke, Jerry
Can Fix It. Uc#189620,
352-201-0116

Nature Coast
Home Repair
& Maint. Inc.
w" Offering a Full
Range of Services
Lic. 2776/Ins.,
352-634-5499
Visa/MC

Self
SStorage

,Sheds & Garages
S of Any Size I
I *SHEDS NOW* I
SWe Move & Buy
I Used Sheds I
Independence/41 |
(352) 860-0111 *

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#1 A+TECHNOLOGIES
All home repairs, Also
Phone, Cable, Lan &
Plasma TV's Installed.
Pressure wash &
Gutters Llc.5863
(352) 746-0141
DUN-RITE ELECTRIC
INC.
Elec/Serv/Repalrs
New const. Remodel
Free Est 726-2907
EC 13002699

Thomas Electric LLC
Generator maint &
repair. Guardian
Homestandby, &
Centurion. Cert.
Tech. 352-621-1248
#ER00015377


S Plumbing

FAST AFFORDABLE
RELIABLEI Most repairs
Free Est., Llc#0256374
(352) 257-9508 *


Movin
Hauling
C.J.'S Sm.Local Moves
Furniture, clean-outs,
Dump runs & Brush
Low $$$ 7 day service
726-2264/201-1422


Covering |
Carpet Factory Direct
Laminate-Vinyl Repair
All types, Restretch,
Clean, 352-341-0909



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

SFencing
Rocky's Fencing
Working In Citrus
County for 25 yrs.
Free Est., Lic. & Ins.,
352 422-7279

AS STAR COMPANY
G Owens Fenclna.
All Types. Free Est.
Comm/Res. 628-4002
Barnyard II Fencing
Serving Citrus Co.
Since 1973. FREE Est.
(352) 726-9260
Brannon's Ag. Sent.
Sprinkler, fencing,
lawncare, landclear-
Ing, hauling, welding
Lic. & Ins. 302-4702
OSBORNE'S
Lawn/Tree/Shrub
Quality Fence Work
Free Est, LOWEST
RATES GUARANTEED
Lic (352) 400-6016 Ins
SSprinklers/
Irrigation |

-.IRRIGATION..
New Systems &
Repairs.lns.Llc.3000
TIESCut outs & New
Homes. Installed &
Rolled. A.L EVANS
352-422-0641


K Bruce Kaufman
BK Construction

Free Estimates/Small Jobs Welcome
* Doors & Windows Porch Enclosures
* Remodeling Soffit & Facia
* Room Additions Vinyl Siding

*AlIso Repair & Maintenance*

(352) 400-0230
Lic. & Insured CRC1326310


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1 Sprinklers/
1 Irrigation |
Brannon's Ag. Sentrv.
Sprinkler, fencing,
lawncare, landclear-
Ing, hauling, welding
Uc. & Ins. 302-4702


Gouda Roofs
We might not be
the lowest bid.BiUT
we build the .EST
-roof RC2 29027344
352-795-7570
John Gordon Roofing
Reas. Rates. Free est.
Proud to Serve You.
ccc 1325492. 795-
7003/800-233-5358

Corete

BIANCHI CONCRETE
Driveways-Patlos-
Sidewalks. Estimates
Uc#2579/Ins, 257-0078
Better Prices
CONCRETE WORK
LIc.#2059 628-4830
Decorative concrete,
River rock resealing,
Landscape Curbing
Stamping 344-4209
Father & Son Dec.
Concrete Stamp,
stain, spray, crack
repair. 352-527-1097
ROB'S MASONRY
& CONCRETE Slabs,
driveways & tear outs
Lic.1476 726-6554

SRemodeing


Additions, Garages
Decks, Bathrooms &
Handyman
Services, 40 Yrs Exp
Lic. CRC058140
344-3536; 563-9768

W. F. GILLESPIE
Room Additions
Home Construction,
Garages, Baths,
Kitchens CRC 1327902
(352) 344-0009
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a Ceramic |

A QUALITY TILE JOB
Showers. Firs.
Counters Etc.
(352) 422-2019
Lic. #2713, Insured.

The Tile Man
Bathroom remodel
Specializing in
handicap. Lic/Ins.
#2441. 795-7241

SDrywall

REPAIRS
Wall & Ceiling Sprays
Int./Ext. Painting
LIc/lns 73490247757
352-220-4845

l Dirt Services
FILL, ROCK, CLAY, Stn
Drives Etc. AllyLesof
pfSIcCall Mike
352-564-1411
Mobile 239-470-0572
Brannon's Ag. Serv.
Sprinkler, fencing,
lawncare. landclear-
ing, hauling, welding
Lic. & Ins. 302-4702
RED MULCH
Two Week Special
$20 Per Yard
352-302-6436
*TOP SOIL SPECIAL*
3 Yd -$75/5 Yd $85
10Yd $150/20Yd $250
Stone/Mulch Avail.
352-302-6436
M Clearing/
Bushhogging|
Brannon's Ag. Serv.
Sprinkler, fencing,
lawncare, landclear-
ing, hauling, welding
Llc. & Ins. 302-4702
Garden Areas
Cleared, Lot Clean Up
Bushhogging
Uc/Ins (352) 726-7951


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Siding Sof'Li & Fasci, Skining.
Roofovers, Carports, & Screen Rooms.
www.advancedaluminum.info


Landscaping

D's Landscape &
Expert Tree Svc
Personalized design.
Bobcatwork fill/rock
& sod 352-563-0272

F Lawn Care|
Andersen's Lawn Sent
Mowing, Trimming,
Clean Up, Low Rates
1-352-277-6781
Brannon's Ag. Serv.
Sprinkler, fencing.
lawncare, landclear-
ing, hauling, welding
Uc. & Ins. 302-4702
Father & Son Comm/
Res. Rock & mulch
Installation, hauling
527-1097
Nelsons Lawn Service
Mowing, Trimming,
Mulching, Free Est.
Lic/Ins. (352) 563-2118
OSBORNE'S
LawnfTee/Shrub
Quality Work Free Est.
LOWEST RATES
LUc (352) 400-6016 Ins
Steve's Lawn Service
Mowing & Trimming
Clean up, Uc, & Ins.
(352) 797-3166

RV Services
MOBILE RV REPAIR
We Come To Youl
Trir. & 5th Wheel
Towing 352-270-3411



DRY OAK FIREWOOD
Split, 4 X 8 Stack $70
delivered/stacked.
352-344-2696
Seasoned Oak Fire-
wood split, 4 x 8 Face
cord. del. & stacked
$65 (352) 201-6483

L4 Water
WATER PUMP SERVICE
& Repairs- all makes
& models. Anytime,
344-2556, Richard

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ALL EXTERIOR q
1 ALUMINUM I
I Quality Pricel |
6" Seamless
SGutters, Uc &Ins
621-0881 =

Sod
PICK UP a freshly cut
pellet of Bahia sod at
Circle T Sod Farms
local field today
352-400-2221

Blinds
4 bed 2 ba $19,8001
Foreclosure Won't
last For Listings
800-366-9783 X H796


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RooMy, Furnished,
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Sr. Park. Lecanto
$1 OK (352) 634-5544
SINGING FORREST
14 X 64, Lovely furn.
2/2, New lanal,
roofover, Fl. rm., car-
port. Inc. Golf Cart.
$149 Lot rent. =28K
Financ Avail.
352-726-2446
Walden Woods
2/2/Carport, Furn.
enclosed lanai, im-
maculate, $38,000.
527-4213, 220-3223
WALDEN WOODS
55+ retirement park,
3yrs. old, mobile
home, turn. 2/2, scrn.
porch, carport.
shed, good cond.
Reduced to $48,000.
Call (352) 697-2779
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us Furnished
CRYSTAL RIVER
Near Town 1br $450
2br$600 352-563-9857
CRYSTAL RIVER
a NEW Apartments
2BR/1BA & 2BR/2BA
Furnished & Unfum.
Close to Progress
Energy, 1st. & Sec.
from $700 month
(352)795-1795 appt.
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FLORAL CITY
LAKEFRONT 1 Bedrm.
AC, Clean, No Pets
(352) 344-1025
INVERNESS
55+ Park Upper 2/1,
furniture, TV, bed,
incl. util. & cable TV
$595 352-476-4964
V Apartments
o Unfurnished
Cit Hills/Inverness
1BR Inverness $500mo
2BR, Ig. liv. rm., + Pool
Cit. Hills $800mo
352-726-2370
CRYSTAL RIVER
S1 Br. Laundry on site.
No pets, Special rates
Lecanto 2/2 Duplex
Dsh/Wsh.Was/dry.
(352)628-2815 Lv.Msg.
CRYSTAL RIVER
1/1, $450 close to
hospital 352 422-2393
CRYSTAL RIVER
NEW Apartments
2BR/1BA & 2BR/2BA
Furnished & Unfurn.
Close to Progress
Energy, 1st. & Sec.
from $700 month
(352)795-1795 appt.
www.ensina
orooerties.com
FLORAL CITY
1BR Cabin, just 150
yards from fishing
dock, $300 + $250
dep. Quiet forested
area, near
Floral City, 10min.
from Invern. Trails End
Camp No Pets!
352-726-3699
FLORAL CITY
2BR IY2 BA, MH, just
150 yards from fishing
dock, $550. + $300
dep. Near
Floral City, 10 min.
from Inverness. Trails
End Camp
352-726-3699
HERNANDO
1/1 $450 +sec Incs
w/s/garbage
352-527-2428
HOMOSASSA
1/1 $450 mo No pets.
Incis garb & H20. 352-
628-7300 or 634-1176
INGLIS
2BR IBA CLEAN $495
ma. 352-447-0333
INVERNESS
1/1, Water &Trash Incl.


$500, mo.
352-726-3849
INVERNESS
2 bedroom, 1 bath
Newly remodeled
352-341-4379
INVERNESS
2/1 Tri-plex, great loc,
clean & roomy, no
smoke/no pets
$550 /mo st/Ist/sec.
352-341-1847
LECANTO &
CRYSTAL RIVER
'12 OFF 1st Mo. Rentl
w'2Bd/lBa, furn/unfurn
Spacious Apartments
Located In quiet
neighborhood btw.
Lecanto & Crys. Riv.
$650. mo incl. gar-
bage, water, sewer,
and lawn maint., All
units have dishwasher,
& Ig scrn. In back
porch Avail. Nowl
SCall for Details
302-9323 or 302-2178


F Apartments
o UnfurnishedI

2/1,W/D Hkup, incl.
watr trash Iwn main,
$550. + Sec. 634-5499
LECANTO
1 BR Apartment (352)
746-5238/613-6000

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, Business
o Locations
BROKER/OWNER
Garage & office
$1000+tx. Office
$800+tx. Both on Hwy
19. 352-634-0129
CITRUS HILLS
BEAUTY SALON
Upscale & Quiet.
(352) 726-4060
CRYSTAL RIVER
Comm. bldg. for Rent
$460 mo. 1st. last &
sec. (352) 795-4786
SPACE FOR RENT
1600sf, $10.ft + cam
1 yr. lease or longer
Brand New Location
(352) 279-9890

o Condos/Villas
a 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
(fum) & $1200. Sale
$275K & $295K. Slip
extra. 727-458-4964
4 bed 2 ba $19.8001
Foreclosure Won't
last! For Listings
800-366-9783 X H796
3/2 HUD Home!
$225/mol 5% down
20 yrs @ 8% apr
call for Usitngs
800-366-9783 x5704
CITRUS HILLS
2/2.5 Townhome, turn,
CLEAMN 352-613-5655
Citrus Hills
2/2/2 Furn. $1000. mo.
2/2/2 $800 mo. lyr lse
(352) 302-0576
FLORAL CITY
1/1, $750 monthly.
$300. Sec.Long &
Short term avail.
(352) 447-1594
INVERNESS 2/2
Scr.porch, across
from pool/clubhouse
605 Whispering Pines
Blvd. $695/Mo. F/L
No smoking.
(352)422-2706
INVERNESS
2/2, New Carpet/
apple's. $695.mo/Rent
352 746-4611
INVERNESS
LANDINGS 2/2 clean
roomy, great location
$600/mo F/L/S
No smoke/No pets
(352) 341-1847
Sugarmill Woods
2/2, Completely furn.
$850. mo., Yr Lease
$1,200.- seasonal
All utilities. 3 mo. min.
352-746-4611
0 Duplexes
8 For Rent
CITRUS SPRINGS
New, 2/2, all appl.,
W/D $600.-$650.
(954) 557-6211
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/1, CHA, $550.mo
382-1344/423-0739
CRYSTAL RIVER
Rentals Available
$650. & Up
(352) 795-9123
Charlotte G Realty
& Investment LLC
DUNNELLON
2/1 2, Apt in Rainbow
End. Kit. w/dln. area,
liv. rm., Ig. util rm.
scrn. porc. Irg
wooded lot. $600 mo.
(352) 854-9929
FLORAL CITY
2/1, $500/mo. + sec.
Incls. Water, W/D, Hk.
-ups, 352-428-6057
HOMOSASSA
2/1, new apples. & tile,
$575/mo. F/S.
No petssmokers
(352) 382-3014
INVERNESS
LIKE New 2/2, w/W/D
$675mo 352-563-2118
LECANTO newer 2/2
dplx, all ktchn appis,
patio, W/D hook-up,
nice yard, Exc. cond.
$675 (352) 634-1341


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A BANK REPO! 4/2
$24kl $199/mol


5% Dn, 20 yrs. 8%
for lisltlngs
800-366-9783x5705
INVERNESS
Efficiency 1/1 $450 +
$100 sec. Incls. elec
garb/water/ apples/
cable. 352-270-8298
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Hernando New
Renvt'd Effic $225 wk.
Pool. Trailersl$200 wk
Inverness (6) Furn'd
3 bd. Luxury Homes
$425 wk. 726-4744
, Rental
G Houses

5455 thrasther ave
homosassa
3 bedroom, 2 bath.
nice block home with
inclosed inground
pool corner lot coun-
try setting frank
352-628-0950


o, Rental
Houses
3/2 HUD Homel
$225/mol 5% down
20 yrs @ 8% apr
call for Lisitngs
800-366-9783 x 5704
CITRUS HILLS
3/3/2 Lrg. Executive
Home Clean, w/
HUGE master. WOW
$1550 Inc: Lawn &
Pool serv + Free Golf
w/Soc Mbrshp. Possi-
ble rent2own option
@ MLS #322351.
352-586-7944
owner/agent
CRYSTAL RIVER
Clean 3/11/2, Refrig. &
Stove $600. mo 1st., Ist
+ dep. (352) 795-3997
HERNANDO
3/2/2 Forest Ridge
Villa. E-Z MaInt. close
to Shops $850 352-
527-4998/527-1888
Rentals/All Prices
GREAT AMERICAN
REALTY L3521
637-3800. www.
choosegar.com

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BEVERLY HILLS
2/1/1, 1st., last., sec.,
$650 month
352-302-3290
BEVERLY HILLS 491
2/1 $600/Mo+Sec.
CLEAN 795-6282
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/2. Prime location.
Furn. Remodeled,
$1400. 239-253-8277
CRYSTAL RIVER
Lrg. 2/2/2 Incis all utils
near Power Co $1,250
+ dep.(352)564-8165
INVERNESS
2/2, Carport, Pool,
$800mo 352-344-8291
INVERNESS
Cambridge Green
3/2/2 Furn.onl/2Acre.
Newly Remodeled.
No smoking, No
Pets.$1000. Mo.
(352) 212-5894
View or book It
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Renvt'd Effic $225 wk.
Pool. Trailer $200 wk
Inverness (6) Furn'd
3 bd Luxury Homes
$425 wk. 726-4744
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2 And 3 Bedrooms
RENT TO OWN- NO
CREDIT CHECKII
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352-484-0866
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BEVERLY HILLS
1 or 2 bdrm c/h/a
Only 1st & Sec Req.
352-422-7794
BEVERLY HILLS
2/1, CHA, $595 E-Z
Terms 352-400-4275
BEVERLY HILLS
2/1/1,21 S. Tyler
Lg Fam. Rm., Nice
back yd. New Bath,
C/H/A 352 746-1300
BEVERLY HILLS
2/2/1, F. Rm., Sun Rm.
W/D, no smoke/pets
$760. 352-563-2500,
352-212-9267
BEVERLY HILLS
2Bdrm/lBth/ICar Gar
352-464-2514
Beverly Hills
3/1 Carport $600.
2/1 Scrn prch $550.
352-637-2973
BEVERLY HILLS
Well kept 2/12. 9 S.
Lincoln Ave. $650.
Call Bill 352-746-1403
C ITRUS SPRINGS
3/2, new home
$800/mo. Small pets,
non smoking, qugle st
352-812-4848,.
CITRUS HILLS
3/2/2 with Pool.
Pets OK $1,250. mo.
352-860-1245





CITRUS SPRINGS
3/2/2 homes
w/ covered porch
$750/mo.
Many homes pet
friendly.
aAction Prop
Mgt-Uc RE Broker
352-584-4194
CITRUS SPRINGS
Clean 2/1/2, In quiet
established Neigh.,
scrn. par. W/D $750.
352-382-1373
Citrus Springs
Poss. Owner Financin
Rent-lease to own
3/2.5w/pool/waterfall
352-795-0088
CRYSTAL RIVER
2/1, $475 mo. 1st. last
+ sec. (352) 795-4786
CRYSTAL RIVER
2/2/1, $695. mo.+
sec. 352-464-2716
CRYSTAL RIVER
2/2/2, Ig. fencd. lot;
Ist/last/sec. $700/mo.
rnt/sale 850-371-1568
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/2 Clean, $850/mo
795-6299 697-1240
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/2/2 fenced yard,
washer, clean. Across
Rockcrusher Elem.
$850 mo lst/L/S.
352-621-9285
CRYSTAL RIVER
Rentals Available
$650. & Up
(352) 795-9123
Charlotte G Realty
& Investment LLC

GOSPEL ISLAND
Waterfront 2/1. Very
clean. $725. Gottus


Realty. 352-344-4811
HERN/INVERNESS
2/1 $500mo; $1000
moves-U-in. 352-726-
4639; 352-400-0004
HOMOSASSA
A4502/1 Duplex
$775 Meadows 3/2/2
new carpet. $850
Green acres 4/2/2.
River Links Realty. 628
-1616:800-488-5184.
HOMOSASSA
2/1 Very Nice, Quite
$500/mo 352-220-0740
letaj.com/karmac
HOMOSASSA
2/1, CHA, No pets
$550 Mo. 1st/sec
(352) 628-4210
HOMOSASSA
3/1 Extra clean.
Scr'nd.Patlo,deck.
Fenc'd.Fst/Lst./Sec
$900. 3747 S. Missouri
Dr. 352-621-9227


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o Unfurnished

2/2, Just Remodeled,
$800 mo., $2,800.
Total To Move In.
(352) 726-2196
INVERNESS
2/2/1, clean, Ig. rms
great rm, Fenced yd,
storage bldg. pet ok
w/ additional dep.
Ret. req. $700. mo. For
Details: 352-637-3126
INVERNESS
2/2/2 Detached
home, Royal Oak
upgrds, clubhouse,
pool, lawn serv, WD.
800/mo. Incls. cable
/water 949-633-5633
INVERNESS
3/2, $670 mo.
BEVERLY HILLS
2/2/1, $649 mo.
Pets OK, Flex. Lse. For
Both (321) 723-5498
INVERNESS
3/2, Ig. kit & din. area
like new, many extras
$850. mo w/$50 mo
discount, 1st, last, sec.
5201 E. Jasmin Ln off
N. 41, 727-403-2975
INVERNESS
3/2/2 & 4/2/2 starting
at $790 mo.
(352) 341-1142
INVERNESS
3/2/2 In Highlands.
$850 mo, $850 dep.
(352) 341-2994
INVERNESS
3/2/Carport, fenc. yd.
Newly Remodeled,
$775 mo+ sec
727-726-4738
INVERNESS
3/2W. Watrfmt. Appl's
dock, pool & tennis,
$975. 352-812-3213
INVERNESS
HIGHLANDS, 2/2/1,
$650. 3/2/I $695.
352-726-4285
INVERNESS
Spacious 3/2/2,
newly remodel, $795
1st, last, sec. Lease
opt. to purchase &
owner fin. avail, great
terms. 352-400-1501
LECANTO
Hills of Avalon,
Newer 3/2/2, CHA,
$950. mo. 1st. 1st
Sec. 352-563-2480

o Waterfront
t Rentals

(2) CONDO'S
2/2 furnished &
3/2 on Crystal River,
great views, wildlife
refuge, boat slip &
more. Lease $1300
(turnm) & $1200. Sale
$275K & $295K. Slip
extra. 727-458-4964
Crystal River
2 bedroom, 2 bath. Wa-
terfront townhome In
Pelican Cove. Newly
redone, 10K boat lift.
$900 Rent
352-454-9973
CRYSTAL RIVER 2/1
Duplex. Great area.
on canal, nopets $650
+ Dep.(813)986-6630
Crystal River
3/1.5 Dock/Deep
Canal. Upscale Area
Pristine Cond. Non
Smoking, F/L $950
(352) 795-0102 pm
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/2 Furn'd/unfurn'd.
Seasonal or yearly.
$1800 -$2500/mo.
352-787-5885 or
valuevacation-
rentals.com, listing
GOSPEL ISLAND
Waterfront 2/I. Very
clean. $725. Gottus
Realty. 352-344-4811
INVERNESS
Beautiful 3/2,
townhse. New
Everything $800.
(352) 746-6862
KINGS BAY CR
2/2 Immaculate
home w/dock. Prime
view. $1600-$1800 mo
Chris 352-304-1659
three-
dolans@yahoo.com
SRent orI
S Sale
1/2 ACRE RANCH
2+Den, 2/2 gar. like
new,Poss lease opt.
Keller Williams Phyllis
Sfrickland,$99,000
352-613-3503
GREAT PRICE
3/2/2. Highlands, Tiled
Scr.por.Wkshop.fass.
lease Opt. KW Realty,
Phyllis Strlckland
352-613-3503
SUGAR MILL WOODS
3/2/2 turn. $900-$1400
Chassahowitza 2/2
waterfront $550.
Beverly Hills ,2/1.5
carport $550
Agent(352) 382-1000
o Rooms For |

1 Bdroom, all utilities
included.
Furn.Full house
prlvledges$75/wk
(352)564-1411
CRYSTAL RIVER
$100 wkly/$250 dep.
Incs utils. & satellite.
352-563-1465
CRYSTAL RIVER
$450/up. Pays ALL
furnished, Elect,
W/D, phone, clean,
352-563-6428
CRYSTAL RIVER
Priv. Rm & Bath $100
week (352)794-7424
INVERNESS
IBR w/priv. BA, furn.
Incls utils., house
privileges, no pets,
nice area, $370. mo
(352)344-0085
ROOM MATE
WANTED
To share home on
river W/dock, great
location. Central to
Citrus & Marion Co.


Private bed & bath.
All inclusive. $500.
Mo.(352) 586-0936
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Hemando New
Renvt'd Efflc. $225 wk.
Pool. Trallers $200 wk
Inverness (6) Furn'd
3 bd Luxury Homes
$425 wk. 726-4744

0, Seasonal
Rental
CITRUS HILLS
2/2/1 VILLA Sec. Req.
Util Incl, & 2/2/1, VILLA
with/Pool, Sec. Req.
352-637-9069
View or book it
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HernandoNew
Renvt'd Effic $225 wk.
Pool. Trailers $200 wk
Inverness (6) Furn'd
3 bd Luxury Homes
$425 wk. 726-4744


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|U Warehouses j
CITRUS INDUSTRIAL
Park WH- Hernando
5,000 sqft/1000 sqft
a/c office. 352-302-
0673; 352-746-5951
9 Vacation
o Rentals
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AIVALUEINN.com
HernandoNew
Renvt'd Efflc,$225/wk.
Pool. Trailers $200/wk.
Inverness (6) Furn'd
3 bd. Luxury homes.
$425/wk. 726-4744
Real Estate
[ For Sale |
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Foreclosurel Won't
last For Listings
800-366-9783 X H796
Picture Perfect
Homes NEW HOMES
a NfAt 85.000
On Your Lot
Atkinson
Construction
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CBS Bldg. $599,000.
(239) 571-2628
CITRUS INDUSTRIAL
Park WH- Hernando
5,000 sqft/1OOOsqfl
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0673. 352-746-5951
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3/2/2 NEW HOME
Golf Course Comm.
$140,000.- $180,000.
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Beverly
0Hills Homes

2 And 3 Bedrooms
RENT TO OWN- NO
CREDIT CHECKII
Low Downi
352-484-0866
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BEVERLY HILLS
VILLA. 55+ Private
Comm..BEAUTIFUL
2/2/1,CBS Cons,
Liv/Dinrm. front &
back porches. Just
Remodeled and
Ready to move Inl
$135.K Call for Appt
(352) 270-3559
Remodeled
2BR /2 Full BA/ 1 CG
BRAND NEW: Roof,
AC, Kitchen, Stainless
Appl.'s, Cabs. Baths,
Carpet, tile, fixtures.
Nice Area, $94,900.
(352) 464-2160
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!Meadowcrest
Homes
MEADOWCREST
2/2/2 Enclosed air
cond. lanai.Hurricane
relnf'rcd gar.doorLots
of extras. Must see to
Appreclate.$145.000
(352) 795-2843
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* 3.9% Total Listing
* Buyer rebate-33%
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Knowledge/Integrity
Call For Details
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Broker/Realtor
CITRUS REALTY
GROUP
352-795-0060

j Inverness
Homes
3/2/2, Fenced, new rf.
High effl. heat pump
S/S appl's much more
excel area $144,000
(352) 341-8479
(417) 273-0020
(417) 712-4739
COUNTRY CLUB AREA
3/2/2 Splt, built '96;
dead end st; light/
bright, gas fp; fla rm;
Irg scr prch; 2 sheds
w/electric & water;
sprinklers sys on Irriga-
tion well; prlv. fence;
Incls extra 14 ac. lot;
furnishings negotiable.
$180K. 352-341-4888
For Sale, By Owner
3BR 3BA, pool, 16x24
workshop, close to
school, hosp., library,
WTI, 518 Poinsettia,
Ave. (352) 860-0878
Lovely 2/2/1
Whispering Pines Park
Villa awesome
location & amenities
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352-302-5707


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2410 West Tall Oaks
Dr
3 bedroom, 2 bath.
1700 sf living Beau-
tiful Home, New A/C,
10x12 workshop,
Fenced In lacre
yard with custom
built wood privacy
on back and dog
kennel, Great Deal
wont last long at
159,900.
352-344-3744 or
352-527-0635
BY OWNER
4/3/2 Split plan,
w/heated pool,
den & bonus room.
All appliances + spa.
$324,500.
(352) 746-7598
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Great Loc. w/ Alum
Crprt, Fam. Rm,
Eat-In Kitch. New A/C
&drainfield. $73,900.
(352)628-1669
BETTER THAN OWNER
FINANCING. $557mo.
1800sqft, 2003 DBWD,
1+ ac. Valued @
$119k. Sale $89k.
$6877/dn or $2800/dn
for qualified buyers.
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727-992-1372


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3/2/2 $135KIIl
1,625 sf. New Roof.
Nice Neighborhood
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(772) 201-9418
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2003- 3/2/2 Meadows
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Inverness 2BR, 2BATH
Cypress Cove, water-
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retail $95,000 Poss.
owner finance
$75,000 or disc. for
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(2) CONDO'S
Lease or Sale
2/2 furnished &
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more. Lease $1300
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$275K & $295K. Slip
extra. 727-458-4964
3/2 CB 12x20 flrm,
laundry & office, tile
& berber carpet. On
canal w/gulf access.
Priv. dock, 2 bidgs,
$195K. 352-382-0722
BEAUTIFUL 3/2/2
Duvall Is. turn key, Ig.
Waterfront lot. Keller
Williams Realty
Phyllis Sttrlckland
352-613-3503
CRYSTAL RIVER
FSBO- lease opt.
avail. Blk/sfucco.
3/3/2 dble covered
boat slip. Frpl, fenc'd,
Possible owner fin.
1135 Mldiron Pt.
352Z-638-1079 Open
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INVERNESS
2/2, 1 car gar.FIrm,
Scr porch, Boat dock
new paint & shingle
roof 1214 Lakeshore
Reduce 434-489-1384
INVERNESS
New Home 2/2
1 car gar. Lg Lot,
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Any: Size, cond, loca-
tion, price, situation.
Over finac'd, dblwlde
& mobile homes
okay. 1-727-992-1372


Property
Beautiful 1.5a lot, Pine
Rldge,priv, by horse
tri, Golf Coam. $48,850
SHARON LEVINS
352-228-1301
Rhema Realty
G Citrus
S County Land
A BANK REPOI 4/2
$24k1 $199/mol
5% Dn, 20 yrs. 8%
for llstings
800-366-9783x5705
S Lots For
D Sale
I + Acre, Wooded,
part. cleared, 6322
Monticello, Heritage
Acres $27,500
727-667-6720
727-393-1257
TWO for the PRICE
Of ONE
Buy one city limits lot
for $21,000, get IHW
gorgeous lot for free.
Call 637-4904 or
563-9614, owner
LiUc. Realtor


o Boat I
o Accessories J
3/2 HUD Homel
$225/mol 5% down
20 yrs @ 8% apr
call for Llsitngs
800-366-9783 x 5704

SBoats

4 bed 2 ba $19,8001
Foreclosurel Won't
last For Ustings
800-366-9783 X H796
2003 CENTURY
1901 Bay, Yamaha
115 hp 4-stroke w/109
hrs,Galv tir, electron-
ics, bimlnl top, much
more. $14,900 OBO
352-344-4447

ACTION CRAFT
'03 Coastal Bay Tour-
nament Edition. 21'6
225/4 stroke
Yamaha. '05 Cont.
alum. trailer. Excellent
cond. Many extras,
$18,500
352)726-2117
AIRBOAT
1996, 15', 500cubic inch,
Cadillac engine
completely rebuilt
(352) 560-3019
AQUA SPORT
'86 25FT.Cuddy
Cabin. W/twin '06
Mec.Optimaxs.
& Dbl axle trailer.
$17,500 (352)257-1355
BAYLINER
'86, 21ft, Clera, Cuddy
cabin, 225hp, Lots of
extras $4500. Good
cond. (352) 726-3302
or 697-2513
BIG 0 AIRBOAT
2000 13' Big O airboat
7'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.
BOSTON
WHITEHALL
16', beautiful wood
boat, hand crafted
b, a rrma.ier Mariner,
wood ir.la :eats and
2 :er.r c., :-ars, has
1m.. :. 31:inoat con-
..i: r. Iransom for
Sri.: Tn.-: or, used
---tce- mincl trailer, -
,6 OC' (352) 382-1895
CAROLINA SKIFF
Ion .semi .' wlde one
I15 4-itrk .ah, 24V
elec. motor, exc cnd.
$8950. 352-637-5426
CENTURY
'01- Bay, 21ft.
'02, 150HP Yamaha w/
trir., custom cover
dep/find, VHF, Iw hrs.,
like new, $14,900.
(352) 442-7772
HURRICANE
'01, Deckboat, 20ft.,
115HP, stroke Yamaha,
wl tri. excel, cond.
$15,900. (352) 503-3778


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Place an Ad in the
top right hand comer.
JON BOAT
16'. 30 HP Merc. T/T.
Bimlnl, Tri, FF, Trol. Mtr.,
Xtras, Excel. cond.
$2,950 obo 746-4160
KEY WEST 225
'05 Walk, T-top, 225
Yahama 4 strk, trailer,
LOADED PERFECT
$31,550. 352-527-4341
Nature Coast Marine
New, Used & Brkrg,
We Pay $$ for Clean
Used Boats.794-0094
OSPREY
1994- 16ft, GREAT
FISHING BOAT 88 HP
Evinrude, electronics,
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PONTOON
'03,25' SUN TRACKER,
'05 90hp Mere, low hrs.
fresh bottom paint, VHF
alum. deck, tandem tir.
cust. dive platform
$12,500.352-586-1676
PONTOON
'09 20ft Bentley O50hp
2 strk Mere. $13,995
Gulf to Lake Marine
(352) 527-0555
PONTOON
Sylvan 20' Yamaha
T50 TLRC Engine Like
New 40hrs. Playpen
Cover port-o-potty,
extras $13,000 (352)
628-0281
PROLINE
03 32ft center
consolebunk under,
twin OB 160 hrs. like
new, loaded, Incl tril
may consider newer
Crvefte as part
trade $62K
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PONTOON
25' 50 hp Johnson
MUSTSEEI1No Trailer
$3900 (352) 794-0267
PROLINE
W/CUTTY
'95,20' 120 HP
Merc. Dep/find.
Radio, fish rigging.
Includes trailer.
Good cond,$6,900.
Call Pete @
(352) 746-4969
SEA ERA
'98 -19ft, 115hp John-
son, C console, color
fish finder/radio/gps.
$7500. 352-503-3236
SEA- PRO
07, 186 Dual Console.
115hp Merc. very o10
hrs. exc. cond. Road
King, Custom Alum Tril
$16,900 (352)560-7178
SEAHUNT
2007, 21FT, center
console, 150 Yamaha
GPS, Take over pymts
(352) 344-5561
SEAMAID
Aluminum Boat,
5HP Outboard motor,
$400. obo
352-344-5993
STINGER
97 16' Center Con-
sole, loaded 50hp
Yamaha 4 stroke
w/traller exc. cond
$6200 (352) 527-8150
WELLCRAFT
1987, 250 Sportsman,
25', Gas eng., 30"
draft, 260 hp I/O,
alum. trlr.$8,000
(352) 344-9651
WELLCRAFT
20FT, 1988, OMC
SeaDrive 140HPeng.
must sell, $2,000 (352)
400-3243 277-8857
1I Recreational |
[ Vehicles |
'98' GEORGIA BOY 35'
w/slide, 26k
miles,dual ac, full
bath,r/camera,wood
floors,new awning.
$24,500 (352)503-7101
A BANK REPOI 4/2
$24kl $199/mol
5% Dn, 20 yrs. 8%
for lsitlings
800-366-9783x5705
ALUMSCAPE
'03 32' 2 slides self
contained, Furn'd
Lots of extras. $23k
abo. (727) 243-5110
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 Con-
tained $7,500. (352)
746-9212
DAMON
'92, 32', 454 Chevy
eng, 27K, 2 ACs, qn.
bed. Non Smok, No
pets, Lots of extras &
Exc. Condil
$16,900.352-527-8247
ENDEAVOR
38' T/Axle'98 Slide. in-
cludes 99 Jeep
Wrangler $47,500obo
352-637-5149 or
352-586-3090
FOUR WINDS
'03, Hunricane 30Q,
class A motor home,
31'/ ft., 20k ml. V10
gas, ducted rf. air,
onan 4K gen., qn
bed, etc. Saturn tow
Avail. $35,000. Lets
talk (352) 397-5007
GULFSTREAM
05 BT Cruiser(Class B)
Chevy V -8 6.0 L 22 ft.
18k ml. exc cond
Consumers Best Buy
$28K 352-628-5412
Holiday Rambler
'03, By Monico, 300
Cummins, 2 slides,
Incl. tow vehicle,
mint cond. $79,900.
(352) 302-7073
Holiday Rambler
Admiral Motor Home 36'
2 slides, 340hp, gas eng.
all options transf ext.
warr, $56,900
352 795-3970
ITASCA NAVION
'06 24FT, Mercedes die-
sel, Class C. Good mpg,
low ml, 1, slide, loaded.
$57,995. 352-464-0371
JAMBOREE
29',2005, V-10 Class C
12,400 mi., Loaded!
Perf. Condltlonli
Ready to gol $39,000
(352) 465-2138
PACE ARROW
04,38' 3 SLIDES
21k ml fully loaded
3 tv's $92,500 obo
352-302-0743
PACE ARROW
'98 Fleetwood 38ft
Fully loaded, 1-slide,
low miles. MUSSLI..
$42K. 352-621-0804
WINNEBAGO
'96 Itasca Suncruiser, 34',
1 slide. Exc. Cond.
17K Miles $23,000
(352) 465-3203 After 5
I RV's
> Wanted







RV


REPAIRS


&BODY


SHOP

352-344-14111
: Campers/
" Travel trailers
'73 TRAVEL TRAILER
27'; king sz bed;
bathroom/shower;
fridge; a/c; lots of stor-
age; hunting camp
ready $1000
352-726-6973 after
5PM
COACHMAN
'00, 5th Wheel Travel
Trailer, CD/ Stereo
slide out, clean,
$9000.(352) 503-5446


, Campers/ |
Travel Trailers
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,
Motor Homes
Call Glenn
(352) 302-0778
KODIAK
'04, Hybrid Travel Trlr.
AC, Heat, Micro. Tub/
Shwer, toilet exccond
$9,500, 352-564-4151
MOBILE RV REPAIR
We Come To You!
Trir. & 5th Wheel Tow-
Ing 352-270-3411
Montana
'03, 5th wheel, 3 slides
like new,$34,000.
Truck avail also for
tow (352) 422-5731
ROCKWOOD
'06, 31FT. 2 slides.
Sleeps 9, Smoke free.
Lots of extras, $19,900
(352) 400-1257
STARCRAFT
POP-UP 02, Model
1701L, a/c. 3 way Frlg.
Awning, Exc.Cond
$3250.(352) 249-3263
%Auto Parts/I
Accessories
CAPPER TOP for fullsize
'96 Dodge Ram &
bedllner. Tinted & all
hydrolic windows.
Exc. cond. $500/obo
352-257-0078
Tires
4 new mounted &
balanced. LT 215/85
R-16. W/8 lug rims.
$150. (352) 628-4210
Tires
BF Goodrich radials.
All terrain. Mounted
on rims.32 /1150,15Lt.
$300.(352) 270-3183
Vehicles
.l Wanted
$$CASH PAID$$
Wanted Vehicles
Dead or Alive,
Dale's Auto Parts
352-628-4144

I TOP DOLLAR I
For Junk Cars I
$ (352) 201-1052 $

$$ CASH PAID $$
Junk Cars, Trucks,
Vans, I
J.W. 352-228-9645
Buying Junk Vehicles
Highest Prices Paid
Fast, Free Pick Up
(352) 267-5253




04 3.5RL leather 42k
mi. loaded,
moonroof, nav. all
options $19,995
352-422-2960
BMW
'03, 745 LI, excel.
cond. NAV, black,
sun rf. all opt. Must
Sell, Order New one
(352) 746-2696


Car

BUIC
'00, Regal, silv
91Kmi ,25
Reduced $
(352) 795-
(352) 634-
BUIC
'95 Park Ave,
V6, leather.
great shape.
$2500., 352-3
CADILL
DeVille, 1995
Car. White
Clean. $4,2
(352)795-4
CADILLAC
'06. Convertil
w/white leathe
les. 352-795
CHEVRC
02, Corvett
Black, low ml.,
mpg hwy. $
(352) 613-
CHRYSL
2006 Pac
LIKE NEW. Mb
$15,30
352-489-3
CHRYS
PT Cruiser '06,
4k MI, Loadr
New $12,
352-527-6
ask for JA
Chrysl
Sebring Car
1 ownerga
mint 43kmi .1
$5750(352) 2:
CORVET
2007 convey
corvette,onl\
miles on this
ver on silver c
vette, power c
ble top, 6 sp
paddle shift, h
display, magn
suspension,
tion system,
tons available
this gorgeous
Over $2,000 I
market pe
Included, Y
for only, $.
352- 270-3
CORVE
'80, Stingray.
86K mil. org
Inter. T -top ro
good cond.
352-563-6
DODG
03 INTREPID
low ml. White
Larry's Autc
(352) 564-
HOND
'03, Civic E
4 Dr., 31K Mi
Alarm, Asking
352-464-2
JAGU
2003 S -Ty
Exc gas Mil
30K ml V-6
$18,900
(352) 527-.
KIA
'04 Amanti,
Leather, oadE
night Blue. $
Obo. 352-38
MERCU
'97, Sable G
Auto, 126K,
loaded! Col
Exc. Cond.;
(352) 453-


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543-1028 TUCRN
2008-DR-5359 Frazler/ Howard Notice of Action
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE O. 2008 DR 5359
JEANETTE FRAZIER,
Petitioner.,
and
JOHN HOWARD,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JOHN HOWARD
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed
against you and that you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, If any, to it on the attorney for
the Petitioner, LISA Y. GERSTNER, ESQUIRE, whose ad-
dress Is 109 North Apopka Avenue, Inverness, Florida
34450 on or before November 6, 2008, and file the orig-
Inal with the clerk of this Court at 110 North Apopka Av-
enue, Inverness, Florida 34450, before service on Peti-
tioner or Immediately thereafter.
If you foil to do so, a default may be entered against
you for the relief demanded In the petition. Copies of
all court documents In this case, including orders, are
available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You
may review these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office no-
tified of your current address. (You may file Notice of
Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's
office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Pro-
cedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of docu-
ments and Information. Failure to comply can result in
sanctions, Including dismissal or striking of pleadings.
Dated: Sept. 30, 2008.
BETTY STRIFLER, Clerk of Courts
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BY: /s/ M.A. Michel
Deputy Clerk
Published four (4) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
October 7, 14,21 and 28, 2008.

911-1028 M/TU CRN
A-07-05
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following public hear-
Ing will be held by the Citrus County Special Master, C,
David Coffey, on November 05. 2008 at 9:30 AM In
Room #166 of the Lecanto Government Building, 3600
West Sovereign Path, Lecanto, Florida:
Appeal of the Citrus County Land Development
Code Section 1410.C written determination of the
Development Services Department Director that
temporary sales at certain locations within Citrus
County constitute valid nonconforming uses under
the Land Development Code.
A-07-05 Citrus County New Car Dealers Association,
In=, has filed an Appeal of an Administrative Determi-
nation that was made In accordance with Section
141 OC of the Land Development Code, by the Director
of the Department of Development Services, dated
September 25, 2007, Letter # DS-07-261, regarding the
County's Temporary Use Ordinance regulating tempo-
rary sales events held on property located within the
unincorporated areas of Citrus County, Including the
Citrus County Fair Association's property located at
3600 South Florida Avenue, Inverness, Florida, the Crys-
tal River Armory's property located at 8551 West
Venable Street, Crystal River, Florida, and the
Rockcrusher Canyon/Fox Run Amphitheater located
275 South Rock Crusher Road, Crystal River, Florida.
The Notice of Appeal, Letter of Determination, and all
other relevant materials filed with the County are avail-
able for public Inspection at the Development Services
Department, Lecanto Government Building, 3600 West
Sovereign Path, Lecanto, Florida,
Information regarding the Land Development Code
and Comprehensive Plan is available at the Develop-
ment Services Department, Lecanto Government
Building, 3600 West Sovereign Path, Lecanto, Florida,
and on the Internet at htfo://www.bocc.cltrus.fl.us
(Click on the Community Development link).
Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at
this meeting because of a disability or physical Impair-
ment should contact the County Administrator's Office,


Ings Is made, which record Includes testimony and evi-
dence 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,
Citrus County Courthouse, 110 North Apopka Avenue,
Inverness, Florida 34450. (352) 341-6565, at least two
days before the meeting. If you are hearing or speech
Impaired, use the TDD telephone (352) 341-6580.
For more Information about this qppllcation please
contact a Planner at the Department of Development
Services (352) 527-5239.
Chairman
Planning and Development Review Board
Citrus County, Florida
Published two (2) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
October 28 and November 5,2008.

914-1105 TU/WCRN
PDO-08-02
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following public hear-
ing will be held by:
The Citrus County Planning and Development Review
Board (PDRB) on November 13. 2008. at 9:00 AM. This
meeting will be held at the Citrus Springs Community
Center, at 1570 W, Citrus Springs Boulevard, Building A,
Citrus Springs, Florioda. Please note that the PDRB meet-
Ing bealns at 9:00 AM. The actual time that a particular
If- 1. -111SUO w -r AryAsusi h-UI ,,w U. ',


eti m is discuss e


PDRB moves through the agenda.
1. Saold hearing shall be for the purpose of considering
a Planned Development Overlay request.
2. All persons desiring to be heard, to speak for or
against, may be heard.
PDO-08-02 Alorra De'Onne Puckett Walls for John and
Joanne Lowson is requesting a Planned Development
Overlay to the Citrus County Land Development Code
(LDC). This request is to establish a Master Plan of De-
velopment for an After-the-Fact tavern/bar addition to
an existing wholesale and retail seafood business, pur-
suant to Section 2270. Planned Developments. of the
LDC; and made contingent upon the land use change
of the subject property from CLR*, Coastal and Lakes
Residential to CLC, Coastal and Lakes Commercial as
described In Application No. AA-08-16. Land Use De-
scription: CLR*, Coastal and Lakes Residential District.
mobile homes allowed. Note: AA-08-16, If approved,
will change the land use to CLC, Coastal and Lakes
Commercial District. The property Is located in Section
31. Township 19 South. Range 17 East. Further described
as Lot 7 and portions of Lots 2,3,5, and 6 of Block 6, Lot
1 of Block 7, and Lot 2 of Block 15, together with va-
cated roads and alleys of Town Plat of Homosassa re-
corded in Plat Book 1. Page 6: which property Is ad-
dressed as 5590 South Boulevard Drive, Homosassa,
Florida, and known as Cedar Key Fish & Crab.
(Homosassa Area) (A complete legal description of the
property Is on file with the Community Development
Division)
Information regarding the Land Development Code or
Comprehensive Plan Is available on the Internet at
htto://www.bocc.clus.fl.us (Click on the Community
Development link). All persons desiring to become a
party to the proceedings may submit a "request to In-
tervene' pursuant to procedures set forth In Article II,
Division 2. of the Citrus County Code of Ordinances.
Such request shall be submitted to Department of De-
velopment Services at least five (5) working days
(excluding Weekends and Holidays) prior to the hear-
-Ing on the matter, A "request to Intervene' may be
obtained on-line; click on "Quasl-Judlclal-FAQ.
If any person decides to appeal any decision made by
the board with respect to any matter considered at
this meeting or hearing, he or she will need a record of
the proceedings and, for such purpose, he or she may
need to Insure that a verbatim record of the proceed-
ings Is made, which record Includes testimony and evi-
dence 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,
Citrus County Courthouse, 110 North Apopka Avenue,
Inverness, Florida 34450, (352) 341-6565, at least two
days before the meeting, If you are hearing or speech
Impaired, use the TDD telephone (352) 341-6580.
For more Information about this application please
contact a Planner at the Department of Development
Services (352) 527-5239.
Chairman
Planning and Development Review Board
Citrus County, Florida '
Published two (2) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
October 28 and November 5, 2008.


CLASSIFIED CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE

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K MGB JEEP CHEVY Harley Davidson HARLEY 110 North Apopka Avenue, Inverness, Florida 34450,
ver, Ither, Convertible 1977, 57k '72 CJ5 304 V8, 2005 GMC, Diesel '07, 1200 XL, Low DAVIDSON (352) 341-6565, at least two days before the meeting.
5+mg. ml. Blue, many xtras 35x1250 tires, head- Loaded 49K miles Sportster, 528 ml. Sporster 883 Low 08 If you are hearing or speech Impaired, use the TDD tel-
$4,500 Excellent Condition ers, Edelbrock man & $26,000(352) 563-2977 $2,000. Cash + Fin. Vivid Black, 1,350 mile phone (352) 341-6580.
-5032 $10,500(352) 628-0281 carb, low gears. New ISUZU Bal. owned $9,527.00 price $7000, obo For more Information about this application please
3333 OLDSMOBILE nt In/out & more. '94, New tires, brakes, 352-628-9141 352-795-4654 contact the Community Development Division at (352)
K-33 OReeBInc 3 490% comp,$6000/obo exhaust System, Re- HARLEY DAVIDSON HONDA 527-5239.
K 83, 98 Regency 352-341-0952 mote, am/fm/CD 1998 Ultra Classic 110N Shdw Sabre
4 dr. 3m8 Good cond MERCEDES 5 spd.great work Green/Black. Corbin 01 7800 ml. many Published two (2) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
SLoaded 352-628-7983 '72, 350SL, both tops. truck, excel, on Gas Seat extras gar0 kept October 20 and 28, 2008.
41-0247 $7,900 or Trade $3,000 obo. Very good condition, must sell, make offer. O_______________008,
41-0247 PONTIAC (352) 586 8576 (352) 726-9724 $9500.00 Mus me offer.
AC '98 Sunflre, 4dr. ,4cyl. 352 746-6264 352-621-8080
5.Estate auto. looks & runs MERCEDESBENZ p551-1104 TUCRN
state uo, ,k rn Sport/Utli72 Harley Davidson HONDA 2008-CP-855 Frances B.Litrell Notice to Cred.
Very good, $1,575. 1985 380L, 2 top Vehicles I 2005, XL 1200 Custom. '92, Helix Scooter, 250 PUBLIC NOTICE
00.00. 352-637-5394 roadster. Drives, looks Under 7k ml.Screamin CC, New Tires, Good IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
500 TAgreat. Many new AZTEK Eagle Performance Pkg Cond,, $1,600 obo PROBATE DIVISION
4500 TOYOTA Mercedes parts. Pontiac '04 Low & more. Garkept $7500 (352) 382-2532 File No. 2008-CP-855
C XLR '04,Camry LE, New A/C. Must seel miles, loaded Full (352) 209-7495 ROETA IN RE: ESTATE OF FRANCES BEATRICE JOHNSON LITTRELL
ble. Blue $10,399. mint, all org. $8,700. David financing/warranty -A/K/A FRANCES B. LITTRELL
r. Low ml- cond, 81k ml., sliver, 352-637-6443. 1-877-566-6686 Harley Davidson '07, 250CC, water Deceased.
5-0956 Call Clella ID#30883: '81 Shovelhead, 80", cool, 75mph, 70mpg NOTICE TO CREDITORS
LET 72 350(352)436-4521 NV/Auto 352-726-5715 completely serviced, silver, 6800 ml. $1,900 The administration of the estate of FRANCES
good shape. Ex. obo (305) 506-8720 BEATRICE JOHNSON UTTRELL a/k/a FRANCES B. UTTRELL,
e, Z06 TRANSPORTATION $3,500. DODGE access. $6,495. obo SCOOTER deceased, whose date of death was August 9,2008, Is
over30 SPECIALS Chevy 99, DURANGO 4x4, 352-746-7655; '05, 650 Beman 5000K pending In the Circuit Court for Citrus County, Florida,
over 30 SPECIALSrgman5000K Probate Division, the address of which is 110 North
24,400. HEADER + 4 lines '57 210, 4 Dr. 80K ml., loaded, dual 726-4109 MI. Powerful, Apopka Ave., Inverness, Florida 34450, The names and
-5355 7 Days .............$30.50 6Cyl. 3 Spd.$6,500. air & exhaust, Exc. HARLEY DAVIDSON fast &fun Loaded, Apopka Ave Inverness, Flo nal r epresentative and
14 Days. $42.50 (352) 464-4735 Conda. $6500 obo addresses ofthe persona representative and the per-
LER 30 Days ..........$42.50 (352) 344-0505 '86 1100 Sportster. like new. $5,900.50 sonal representative's attorney are set forth below.
ifica (All extra Runs great.Low (352) 637-6046 All creditors of the decedent and other persons hav-
ST SELLI $5.00 per line) Trucks mileage.Extra's,3 gal SCOOTER 2007 Ing claims or demands against decedent's estate on
ST $5.0 per lne) 4x4s tank,original leather Kymco People S200 whom a copy of this notice Is required to be served
0 ALL bags,etc.Mustsell Perfect condition, like must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3507 352-563-5966 03 TOYOTA TUN- due to P wcith Service 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
LER I vehicle per ad. DRA Limited 57k CHEV BLAZER health.$3,500.00 obo. new with THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
Convtbl Private Party Onty GREAT ON GAS 01 2DR, LS, auto, V6 352-860-2156 Manual and 4x7 cus- A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
ed Like (Non Refundable) $13200 69Kml. air bags, 352-860-2156 tom utility trailer for All other creditors of the decedent and other persons
0d L All Ads are prepaid. 352-601-7164 leave FM/ stereo CD wide Harley Davidson scooter (used once) having claims or demands against decedent's estate
000. Some restrictions a message. stance auto 4x4. Full Heritage Softtall '94 scooter and trailer must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
6988 Some restrictions a message. pwr, great cond. $5,900 Aqua & silver 5k ml. "Black" AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBUCATION OF THIS
ohn may apply. '94 CHEVY (352) 726-9733 Exc. Cond, $9,500 $3,200. Firm call for NOTICE.
Ext. cab, 8 ft bed. New (352) 795-1615 appointment ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
er o Classic CHEVY 352 344-3969 FORTH IN SECTION 733,702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
nv. 98, .motor, good cond. 2 '87 Cheyenne. 8ft CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
er kept Vehicles wheel dive Z71 pkg. new tires & trans androperties YAMAHANOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
oaded $4,750. Needs motor. $750/ listed at '03 4 cycle, 6 hp, ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
28-1267 '67 CUTLASS 352-563-1518 Iv msg obo. 352-465-9301 www.naturecoast w/tank. Like new. AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
Convertible V8. Will '97 FORD F350 homefront.com $1300. 352-563-2253 The date of first publication of this notice Is
TE consider trade In part. XLT pwrstrkdiesel. INo -10/28/2008.
y 4,076 727-422-4433 A $15,500; s Legals Legals/s/Dall Swanson
rare all- pprsge ,4103 HartwIck Village Drive
on silver AUTO/SWAP/CAR $11,700. 352-503-7188geLoulsvlle, Kentucky 40241
CORRAL SHOW CHEVY '85 3/4 Ton, cargo 550-1028 TUCRN Louisville, Kentucky 40241
onverta- CORRAL SHOW CHEVY van. One owner. 11/4 meeting- Citrus County Housing Division Attorney for Personal Representative:
p auto, Sumter Co. 2003 Sllverado Fresh trans,$1,400 PUBLIC NOTICE /s/ John A. Nelson, Esquire, Florida Bar No.:
eads up s 78k miles, $5200 (352) 212-5117 0727032
etic F55 Fairgrounds (352) 563-29770 (352) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the AFFORDABLE Slaymaker and Nelson, PA.
eic Sumter (32 569 FORD HOUSING ADVISORY COMMITTEE will meet at 2218 Highway 44 West, Inverness, Florida 34453
navga- Sumter CHEVY '98 Windstar, 5:00 PM on the 41h of November, 2008, at the Lecanfo Telephone: (352) 726-6129 Fax: (352) 726-0223
all op- Swap Meets '85 3/4 Ton, 4 x 4 16" Good cond. new Government Building, 3600 W. Sovereign Path. Room Published two (2) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
a are on NOV. 2, 2008 tires & rims 16331250, tires, 7 passenger 166 Lecanto, Florida. October 28 and November 4,2008.
s vette,
In after- 1-800-438-8559 PosI Axles, Trans/ $2,600(352) 860-0319
)arts CAMARO Z 28 Transfer $1,500. firm FORD Any person desiring further Information regarding this
as CAMARO$Z2 352-302-8935 '. C u meeting may contact the Housing Services Division, 913-1105 TU/WCRN
ours '88 Red, LT -1 eng. '98, Chateau, very 3600 W. Sovereign Path Suite 147, Lecanto, FL 34461 AA-08-16
52,500. PS./PB. Cold A.C. CHEVY clean, non-smoker (352) 527-5388. PUBLIC NOTICE
3193 62,000 MI. Great '97, Suburban 1500. 100k ml. $4,500
1TTE Condition. $7,900. Great condition. 352-746-9059 Any person who requires a special accommodation NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following public hear-
white, Camaro Z 28, '79 $4,500 OBO. --- (ADA) must provide us at least 72 hours notice. Ing will be held by:
. blue Black 4 spd. super (352) 586-7126ATVs NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC: Any person who decides to ap- The Citrus County Planning and Development Review
$of, very T-10 Tran. Cammore, DODGE peal any decision of the Governing Body with respect Board (PDRB) on November 13. 2008. at 9:00 AM. This
$10,250. Must see $7,500. 2000 Ram Quad cab, HONDA to any matter considered at this meeting will need a meeting will be held at the Citrus Springs Community
6428 (352) 422-5663 5.9, shrt bed w/lliner, '03 Rancher. 350cc, record of the proceedings and for such purpose may Center, at 1570 W. Citrus Springs Boulevard, Building A,
E- CHEROLET pwr cruise, a/c, auto, 4wdr, 5spd + reverse, need to provide that a verbatim record of the pro- Citrus Springs, Florida. Please note that the PDRB meet-
4 dr. '94, Camaro Z28. hitch. Exc. cond. Climbs mountains & ceeding Is made, which record Includes testimony and Ing begins at 9:00 AM. The actual time that a particular
, 4 dr. convertible, black w/ $7295. 352-628-3868 tows h loads evidence upon which the appeal Is to be based Item is discussed will vary depending on how fast the
e $3995 LT eng. ruavyns & drives FORD $ rade.352- (Section 286.0101, Florida Statute) PDRB moves through the agenda.
8333 great $5,750 '04, F150, Super Cab, 563-0615 Crystal River Published one (1) time In the Citrus County Chronicle. 1. Said hearing shall be for the purpose of considering
(352) 382-7001 original owner, I- October 28, 2008. an Atlas Amendment request.
iA CHEVY mechanically perfect a$ Motorcyc I s 2. All persons desiring to be heard, to speak for or
X, Tan '69 Classic C10 SHT $11.400352-746-5157 against, may be heard.
11 Auto BD 350/350 AC, PS, Ford '01 HD ROADKING 542-1028 TUCRN
$11,500 D315K or trade '90 F PS Auto nline 01 HD ROADKING Board of Nursing Orbery McKinnon C.N.A. AA-08-16 A. De'Onne Puckett-Walls for John and
410 $U5 *90 F150 PS Auto Inllne Fact. custom. HI perf. PUBLIC NOTICE JoAnne Lawson (Cedar Key Fish & Crab) Is requesting
(352) 746-9212 6, Long bed w/liner. Over $43 000 In receipts. NOTICE OF ACTION an Atlas Amendment to the Citrus County Land Devel-
AR FORD All new brakes.S1,795 17k ml. $15k/trade BEFORE THE BOARD OF NURSING opment Code Atlas (LDCA), to change the land use
ype 1955 F 100 PICK UP Hot (352) 726-0094 352-563-0615 Crystal IN RE: The license to practice nursing of designation from CLR*, Coastal and Lakes Residential
e iRod 350 eng ,BvUk FORD River Orbary McKinnon, C.N.A. District, Mobile Homes allowed, to CLC, Coastal and
CHERRY COLOR $9,500 '99 F150 XL, V6, auto, air, '04 HONDA 191 W. Thistle Place Lakes Commercial District. The property Is located In
'04 HONDA Beverly His. Florida 34465 Section 31. Township 19 South. Range 17 East. Further
obo OBO. 352-302-0743 am/fm, bedliner. 120k. CBR1000RR. New tires, CASE NO.: 2007-07080 described as Lot 7 and portions of Lots 2,3,5, and 6 of
3456 $2,900. 352-503-6348 or garaged, 4800mrnl. Adult LICENSE No.: C.N.A. 89807 Block 6, Lot 1 of Block 7, and Lot 2 of Block 15, together
FORD 287-9215 driven. $7,500/aobo. with vacated roads and alleys of Town Plat of
MUSTANG '68. 289 Ford 352-746-4521 The Department of Health has filed an Admlnistrative Homosassa recorded In Plat Book 1, Page 6; which
38K ml. ALL ORIGINAL '99, F350 4x4, 7.3 H/Davidson Complaint against you, a copy of which may be ob- property Is addressed as 5590 South Boulevard Drive,
ed. Mid- fact /c 50 ml. 9, 350 4 7.3 S e n ant a yu a Icpy1of c m ay becee-
1 0d. Mid- fact. a/c, 59,50 $mi diesel/Auto. 5 wh. hitch. '01 Sportster, Recently taoned by contacting, Waiter T.S. Widener, Assistant Homosassa, Florida, and known as Cedar Key Fish &
A110,200 Runs Great) $12Kt General Counsel, Prosecution Services Unit, 4052 Bald Crab. tHomosassa rea) (A complete legal description
2-3269 orGatrade for RV .tank.1 10k serviced. Lo Cypress Way, Bin #C65, Tallahassee Florida 32399-3265, of the property is on file with the Community Devel-
(352)302-7681 7M.$11.500 chrome$6,000/obo 850)245-4640. opment DMsion)
RY (352) 382-2272 (352) 497-7342
S, v-6, GTO GMC Harley Davidson if no contact has been made by you concerning the Information regarding the Land Development Code or
Fully 1967, The real deal, '05 Sierra 2500SLT,4x4, '05 Deuce, lots of above by November 11, 2008, the matter of the Comprehensive Plan s available on the Internet at
d AC. older restoration, ust out Crew cab, duramax chrome, gar. kept. Administrative Complaint will be presented at an htDlpn/www.bocc,.ctn s.llus (Click on the Community
$1,900 of storage $25K or trade 45K mi.$23,000.banks mint cond. $13,500 ensuing meeting of the Board of Nursing in Informal Development link). All persons desiring to become a
proceeding. party to the proceedings may submit a 'request to In-,
7326 (352)621-0666 kit(352)560-3685 obo (352)637-3765 proceengtervene" pursuant to procedures set forth in Article II,
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Division 2, of the Citrus County Code of Ordinances.
persons needing a special accommodation to part/cl- Such request shall be submitted to Department of De-
pate In this proceeding should contact the Individual velopment Services at least five (5) working days
or agency sending this notice not later than seven (excluding Weekends and Holidays) prior to the hear-
days prior to the proceeding at the address given on ing on the matter. A 'request to Intervene' may be
the notice, Telephone: (850) 245-4640.,1-800-955-8771 obtained on-line; click on "Quasi-Judlclal-FAQ'.
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770 (V), via Florida Relay Service f any person decides to appeal any decision made by
Published four (4) times In the Citrus County Chronicle, the board with respect to any matter considered at.
October 7, 14, 21 and 28, 2008. this meeting or hearing, he or she will need a record of
the proceedings and, for such purpose, he or she may
need to Insure that a verbatim record of the proceed-


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* Find ideas for
homemade
costumes inside
on Page C7.


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TUESDAY
OCTOBER 28, 2008


CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE www.chronicleonline.com


Homemade treats


Locals use

their hands to -

make costumes
KERI LYNN MCHALE
kmchale@ .
chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Sometimes the best
place to start is with a
cardboard box, according
to Jennie O'Connor, a Ho-
mosassa resident, mother
and grandmother.
Over the years, O'Con-
nor has used scraps and
creativity to make ap-
proximately 25 Hal-
loween costumes, which
transformed her children .-
into objects such as "-' "" ,w^ '-, r.s
dice and robots charac-
ters and people. '
"It was cheaper to :' .... T
make them than to buy
them because we have cent happy customers
four kids," O'Connor said. was her grandson,
Beyond saving money, 6-yea r-old Jack-
there are benefits to son Ri ley
homemade costumes, O'Connor of
O'Connor said. She's MlcHeiiinry, J
been able to create II., who ).
unique costumes, which 'was able ,9. '
can't always be found in to slip on
the stores, and utilize her his Buzz
imagination and skills to Lightyear cos-
bring smiles to the faces tu me for Hal-
of people she loves. loween when
One of he was 3 years
her old, thanks to
most grandma O'Con-
re n o01
"I had some
h e scrap material I
used ...there w as
lots of intricate
detail," O'Con-
nor said about
the costume.
For Citrus Springs
resident Scott Jenkin.
it's the satisfaction of
seeing his two bcys j
soar like superheroes
See TREATS,'Page C7
LEFT: Alton Ray Pierce III,
3, dresses as "Dracula," at
a Homosassa Elementary
School Halloween carni-
val in the mid-1990s.
Alton, now 16, is a junior at
Crystal River High School. His
mother, Crystal River Middle
School teacher Karen
Pierce, made the costume.


Rosacea often affects adults


Rosacea is a chronic
skin disorder with
multiple symptoms
usually affecting the
cheeks, chin, nose and
forehead.
Rosacea primarily con-
sists of a red blushing ap-
pearance to the face. Other
symptoms include skin
dryness, itching, swelling,
burning, stinging and
sometimes pain.
Sometimes, some types
of rosacea even have acne-
like pimples.


Dr. Deni
EAR, I
& THI


The typical patient is usually an
adult with fair skin, and of Northern
European descent. Patients of color
have been documented as having


rosacea, but it is far less
likely Because of the
flushing, rosacea can be
embarrassing, and some-
times tied to stressful
events.
Other trigger irritants
can include changes in
body temperature such as
cold weather and inges-
is Grillo tion of certain foods. An
NOSE example might be a red
wine. Here in Florida, ul-
ROAT traviolet radiation is a big
culprit, as well.
How our skin gets the red appear-
ance of rosacea occurs through the
dilation of blood vessels, which
means the capillaries increase in size
See GRILLO/Page C8


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p AuuvE.: Alexander JenKin, a, or Uiitrus apnngs,
as "Batman Beyond, a Batman from the future,"
. ,fights crime Oct. 8 in his back yard with his own
version of a batarang. His father, Scott Jenkin,
and grandmother, Dianne Littell, made the cos-
tume. LEFT: In 2007, Brady Loebig's mother,
Heidi, made the "Prince Charming" outfit to ac-
company his older sister, Aubrey, who was
dressed as Cinderella. The Loebigs live in Sum-
merfleld, but the photo was taken In Inverness
while visiting Brady's grandmother, Lori McKet-
trick..


Mom's breast cancer

affects daughter's decisions
T he three scariest the intense nausea and
words my mother weakness she had from the
ever heard were: treatments.
"You have cancer" In 1985, a lump returned
In 1984, at age 35, my mom and cancer cells were
was diagnosed with breast found in my mom's breast
cancer One of the two tissue. She made the diffi-
lumps removed from her cult decision to have a mas-
breast during a lumpectomy tectomy and as a result, she
was cancerous, and one of has been cancer-free ever
11 lymph nodes removed Shemir Wiles since.
from her right arm was can- BORN TO BE In 1986, she gave birth to
cerous. But her chances of WILES her third daughter and
survival were high. ______ child me.
My mom underwent According to the Ameri-
chemotherapy and she was one of the can Cancer Society, having a first-de-
lucky few who didn't lose her hair.
However, to this day, she still recalls See WILES/Page C8


Dr. C. Joseph
Bennett
AMERICAN
CANCER
SOCIETY


Breast


cancer


deaths

s Breast Cancer Aware-
ness Month comes to an
end, I want to encour-
age all women to remember
this disease year round. Re-
member the importance of
mammography and monthly
breast self examinations.
We all know someone who
has faced the challenge of a
breast cancer diagnosis -
your mom, your sister-in-law,
your co-worker, your best
friend, yes, someone you know
has had breast cancer. Some-
one you care about has re-
ceived scary news that every
woman fears; news that one
out of eight women will hear
in their lifetime 250,000
women this year alone.
But there is an upside to
See BENNETT/Page C6








Dr. Sunil Gandhi
CANCER &
BLOOD
DISEASE



Other


cancer


myths
ast week I wrote about
certain common myths
in cancer. This week, I
will write about a few more.
Myth 4: Saccharin, fluori-
dated water and deodorant
cause cancer.
Fact: Researchers have
studied both saccharin and
NutraSweet in detail and
they have not found any evi-
dence, linking them with can-
cer. The FDA continues to
regulate all artificial sweet-
eners. More than half of
Americans drink water that
contains fluoride. Again,
there is no link with cancer.
Hair dye and cell phones do
not cause breast cancer, ei-
See GANDHI/Page C8


Tey say the slower pace of life here is goodfoyou
A 'itrus Memorial Heart Center has the hi!

f, lo received care to open clogged coron !6 x
aofrrival. No other hospital in the Citrus ,
Th's is important, because the 90-minutet. i i.',
e..e of Cardiology to minimize heart-miscle di
ian time is only 68 minutes.'' ter's
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CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


New addition requires probable change of address


O nce we found out
we were having
another child, we
realized we had no place
to put it. A new baby
takes up so much room: a
crib and diapers; a new
stroller and diapers; a
new car seat and diapers
... you get the point
That's when Patrick and I Shalyn
almost immediately de- FULL F
cided to put our house up
for sale.
Our home is about 900 square feet
with only two bedrooms. It's close to
impossible for us to have our friends
from Naples come visit, or have any
family gathering without looking


I


like a can of sardines.
Please don't misunder-
stand, we love our home,
but we have outgrown it.
Coming to the realiza-
tion that we would put
our house up for sale was
very difficult for me be-
cause we put so much
work into it We put down
Barker wood floors, changed
PLATE every window and light
fixture, painted every
room, and changed every
closet door In the kitchen alone, we
put in new cabinets, new appli-
ances, a granite countertop and a
marble floor. To be honest, we
weren't planning on leaving for a


while and wanted to make the home
our own. Not only that, but we just
redid the exterior this past spring
with a new porch and landscaping.
It was all a lot of work, but it's nice to
look at something we did and enjoy
it every day. And now we were going
to leave all that and start over.
Secretly, I really didn't want to.
Leaving in the middle of the dance
school season pregnant and starting
over in another home just sounds
like way too much work to me.
That's why I made a secret bargain
with myself: if we found out the baby
was a girl, we would make Emmy
share her pink princess room with
her new baby sister.
I didn't even tell Patrick about the


little scenario that I had in my head.
I just keep delaying the signing
process with the Realtor in the
hopes that we might all be able to fit
But as God already knew, we
would soon find out that there
would be no sharing of a pink room
with a new little girl.
When we went to the ultrasound,
the technician told us quite bluntly,
"It's a boy."
"Are you sure?" I kept asking her?
I mean, how could you tell? I really
couldn't tell.
But she was positive and after I
felt a little annoying myself, I
stopped asking her if she was sure.
Patrick was overjoyed. At first I
was in a little shock, but then I got


really excited. I am around so many
girls, especially at work; it will be a
new adventure having a little boy.
As for the room, a quick split
down the middle of pink and blue
crossed my mind, but I soon realized
that we must at least put the house
up for sale.
And as for the pregnancy, plus the
idea of moving, plus running a busi-
ness all I can say is oh boy!

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


Health .l ,.


LifeSouth bloodmobile
schedule. To find a donor center
or a blood drive near you, call
(888) 979-2707. Anyone 16 or
older who is in good health and
weighs at least 110 pounds is eli-
gible to donate.
Noon to 4 p.m. today -
Rock Crusher Elementary
School, 814 S. Rock Crusher
Road, Homosassa.
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday -
Wal-Mart, 3826 S. Suncoast
Blvd., Homosassa.
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday
- Homosassa Springs Wildlife
State Park, 4150 S. Suncoast
Blvd.
0 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday
- Crystal River Church of God,
2180 N.W. 12th Ave.
11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-
Subway, 3756 S. Suncoast
Blvd., Homosassa.
Maxim Health Systems has
launched its annual influenza
vaccination program, making
flu shots available throughout the
Citrus and Hemando County
area in the coming days. Maxim
is teaming with local retail stores
including Publix, Winn-Dixie and
Target as part of a national cam-
paign to offer immunizations at
more than 25,000 convenient lo-
cations across the U.S.
Find the nearest location in the
area by typing in your zip code
on www.FindAFluShot.com. This
will provide the address, driving
directions, dates and times for flu
shots at local clinics. Maxim pro-
vides a toll free number at (877)
962-9358.
The Avante Group will hold
a free screening for blood
sugar for interested citizens of
Citrus County between 10 and
11 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28, at
Avante at Inverness, 304 S. Cit-
rus Ave., Inverness.
For more information about
blood sugar testing and diabetes,
contact the Nursing Department
at Avante at Inverness, 726-3141
(Dr. J. Hubbard, medical direc-
tor).
Flu shot clinic, 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Friday at


B&W Rexall.
Medicare accepted. No ap-
pointment necessary. Flu shots
will also be given at the following
sites:
1:30 to 5 p.m. today at Bev-
erly Hills Lions Club.
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednes-
day at Floral City Lions Club.
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday
at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic
Church.
Flu shot clinic, 11 a.m. to 1
p.m. Thursday at the Beverly
Hills Recreation Association, 77
Civic Circle, Beverly Hills. Call
the office at 746-4882.
Health screenings will be
offered by the Citrus County
Health Department at the desig-
nated sites and dates below.
Clinics will be from 9 to 11 a.m.
Screenings available include
fasting blood sugar, a test for
anemia, kits to test for blood in
stool (fee of $5 each), and free
blood pressure.
Pneumonia vaccine (recom-
mended for anyone age 65 and
older) will be available for a fee
of $49 or Medicare, Part B will
cover the cost. Please bring a
copy of your Medicare card with
you. If you have Medicaid/HMO
or HMO coverage, you will need
to receive your vaccine from your
health care provider or pay for
the vaccine upon receipt.
Nov. 3 Central Citrus
Community Center, 2804 W.
Marc Knighton Court, Lecanto
Nov. 10 East Citrus Com-
munity Center, 9907 E. Gulf-to-
Lake Highway, Inverness
Nov. 1-7 West Citrus
Community Center, 8940 W. Vet-
erans Drive, Homosassa
Web address: www.citrus
countyhealth.org.
Diabetes classes are of-
fered from 9 to 10 a.m. Monday
at the Citrus County Health De-
partment in Lecanto. Classes are
free. No registration is required.
*Avoiding complications -
Nov. 3.
Fasting blood sugars are of-
fered from 8 to 9 a.m. Monday
through Friday in all three Citrus


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Hospice plans
remembrance services
Special to the Chronicle

The Citrus team of Hernando-Pasco Hospice (HPH) cor-
dially invites anyone in the corn i u ity who has lost a loved
one to attend one of its autumn Time for Remembrance
services at 2 and 6 p.m. Thursday,. Nov. 6, at the Beverly
Hills Recreational Association, 77 Civic Circle, Beverly
Hills, or at 2p.m. Wednesday, Nov 18, at the Wallace Brooks
Park, 399 E. Dampier St., Inverness
HP-I chaplains will lead the hour-long services with sup-
port from the not-lor-profit agencies bereavement coun-
selors. Attendees are encouraged to participate in group
readings and share memories. Music and some Native
American rituals are incorporated. One does not need to
have lost a loved one under HPH's care to be part of these
meaningful services Children are welcome and there is
no charge to participate or need to make a reservation.
HPH will also host Time for Remembrance services in
Hernando and Pasco counties
For more information, call (727) 863-7971 or visit
www.hphospice.org for a complete lisL


County Health Department sites.
There is a $10 fee for this serv-
ice. No appointment is neces-
sary. Every Monday before the
Lecanto class, anyone who
would like to have a blood sugar
test should come fasting.
Call Lynece Hand, R.N., 527-
0068, ext. 296 or Carol Burke,
R.D., 726-5222.
"Final Gifts: Caring for
Aging Loved Ones" free two-
part class by the Citrus team of
Hemando-Pasco Hospice
(HPH), in partnership with Cen-
tral Florida Community College,
Lecanto (CFCC), 5:30 to 7
p.m.Thursdays, Nov. 6 and 13, at
3545 N. Lecarft Highway, Bev-, :
early Hills. Pre-registration is re- -
quired.
Topics to be covered include:
How to live with different
medical conditions
Understanding options
When to reach out to pro-
fessionals and community re-
sources.
The class will be facilitated by
Wendy Hall, MSW, HPH in Cit-
rus.


Call 249-1210 to pre-register.
"Renewal: A Service of
Hope and Healing," 2 p.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 12, at Liberty
Park in Inverness and again at 2
and 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 13, at
Hunter Springs Park in Crystal
River, sponsored by the Wings
Grief Support Team of Hospice
of Citrus County.
Call Hospice of Citrus County
Grief Services Manager
Jonathan Beard at 527-2020.
"Freedom From Smoking"
classes from 6 to 7:30 p.m. be-
ginning Thursday, Nov. 13.
Classes will be in Room 116 at
the George A. Dame Community
tealffl enter, 2804 Mark - --
Knighton Court, Lecanto. Each -
class will run for seven weeks,
according to the following sched-
ule.
Orientation: Nov. 13.
Session 1: Nov. 18.
Session 2: Nov. 25.
Session 3: Dec. 2.
Session 4: Dec. 4.
Session 5: Dec. 9.
Session 6: Dec. 16.


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This program follows the
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lines utilizing education, behav-
ioral change and group support.
Orientation is free, so there is no
charge for the information/orien-
tation session on the first night.
The total fee for the remaining
sessions is $20.
Call Tom O'Brien, certified to-
bacco treatment specialist, at
527-5957.
"Freedom From Smoking"
classes for expectant mothers
who wish to quit smoking. Free.
Classes will run from 10 to 11:30
a.m. Wednesday in Room 149
at the George A. Dame Commu-
nity Health Center, 2804 Mark
Knighton Court, Lecanto. Each
class will run for seven weeks,
according to the following sched-
ule.
Orientation: Nov. 12.
Session 1: Nov. 18.
Session 2: Nov. 25.
Session 3: Dec. 2.
Session 4: Dec. 4.
Session 5: Dec. 9.
Session 6: Dec. 16.
Session 7: Dec. 23.
Call Tom O'Brien, certified to-
bacco treatment specialist, at
527-5957.
Free "Hospice Medicare
Benefit" program during No-
vember at the four Citrus County


region libraries, sponsored by "
Hernando-Pasco Hospice (HPH)
in Citrus: information about the
hospice program and who is eli-
gible, Medicare hospice benefits,
how to find a hospice program
and where to get more help. The
scheduled programs will be:
1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 13,
Lakes Region Library, 1511
Druid Road, Inverness.
1 p.m. Monday, Nov. 17,
Coastal Region Library, 8619 W.
Crystal Street, Crystal River.
3 p.m. Monday, Nov. 17,
Homosassa Public Library, 4100
S. Grandmarch Ave., Ho-
mosassa.
1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 18,
Central Ridge Library, 425 W. -
Roosevelt Blvd., Beverly Hills, .
34465.
SHINE (Serving Health In-
surance Needs of the Elders) is
a free program in which volun-
teers assist clients with
Medicare, Medicaid, private -
health insurances, long-term
care options, benefit and claim,
issues, prescription drug assis-
tance programs and much more.
SHINE volunteers are both ac-
tive and retired individuals from
diverse career and cultural back-
grounds. As a volunteer, you will
receive initial training, continuing
education and a supportive envi-
ronment with dedicated col-
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Drug names can change in other countries


Can it be a prob-
lem getting a
prescription
fille in another coun-
try?
A: Yes, getting a pre- "
scription filled in an-
other country can be a
problem. The FDA has is-
sued a public health ad-
visory warning that RichardI
consumers filling United ASK
States prescriptions PHAR|
abroad may get the
wrong active ingredient
because of confusing drug names.
In fact, some FDA-approved pre-
scription products have the same
brand names as drug products that


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are marketed outside the
United States but contain
completely different in-
gredients.
More than 100 U.S.
brand names are so simi-
lar to foreign brand
names used for products
with different active in-
gredients that patients
who fill prescriptions
abroad may inadver-
tently get the wrong
drugs.
Consumers who fill


U.S. prescriptions abroad, either
while traveling or when shopping at
foreign Internet pharmacies, need
to take caution because foreign


drugs may use identical or poten-
tially confusing brand names for
products with different active in-
gredients. To minimize confusion
within the United States, the FDA
has procedures in place to review
brand names, but no international
regulatory system exists to ensure
that new brand names are suffi-
ciently different from existing ones
elsewhere in the world to prevent
undue confusion outside the coun-
try.
The Institute for Save Medication
Practices has received a number of
reports involving brand name med-
ications that may contain different
active ingredients in another coun-


In one report, a patient was pre-
scribed Dilacor XR for high blood
pressure. While traveling to Serbia,
he ran out of medication. A Serbian
pharmacist filled the prescription,
but actually dispensed digoxin (a
heart failure medication) since Di-
lacor is a brand name for digoxin in
Serbia. The patient developed
digoxin toxicity and had to be ad-
mitted to a hospital for treatment.
Another example of brand name
confusion includes Cartia XT, a
drug used to treat high blood pres-
sure and angina in the United
States, but in New Zealand and
Australia, Cartia is an enteric-
coated aspirin product.
Please be cautious of drug infor-


mation obtained on the Internet,
which knows no national bound-
aries, and when you travel, always
carry an adequate supply of med-
ications and a list of them by
generic and brand names.
For a list of drug names in which
identical or nearly identical names
are used in other countries but con-
tain different ingredients, please
visit the FDA Web site at:
www.fda.gov/oc/opacom/reports/con
fusingnames.html.

Richard Hoffmann has been a
pharmacist for more than 20years.
Send questions to him at 1135 N.
Timucuan Trail, Inverness 34453.


NOTES
Continued from Page C2

leagues. If you have an inquiring
mind, tact and sensitivity as well
as a strong desire to help a vul-
nerable population, then SHINE
may be the perfect volunteer op-
portunity for you. Call the SHINE
Program at (727) 570-9696, ext.
234 and speak with Area Agency
on Aging Program coordinator,
Susan Samson.
Free memory screenings,
2 to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 18, by
appointments only in Inverness,
as part of National Memory
Screening Day and hosted by
Alzheimer's Family Organization
to promote early detection of
Alzheimer's disease and related
illnesses. Call (727) 848-8888 or
toll free at (888) 496-8004.
Volunteers sought for Even
Start, Citrus County Schools'
Family Literacy Program in Crys-
tal Riverfor playing with, rocking
and singing to infants and tod-
dlers. Call 795-7887, ext. 2.
Free Medical Loan Closet
offers wheelchairs, crutches,
shower chairs and more, spon-
sored by the Yankeetown Inglis
Woman's Club. Call volunteer
chairwoman Dee Dixon at (352)
447-0164. Donations of money
or items welcomed, especially
small wheelchairs.
- U New Beginnings Into Re-
covery Inc., 1515 White Lake
Road, Inverness, a nonprofit,
faith-based, 12-step residential


program for men addicted to al-
cohol or drugs, is a six-month
program, with aftercare for six to
12 months. NBIR also has avail-
able speakers for your organiza-
tion. Phone Ray Cox, certified
addictions professional at NBIR,
at 344-8600.
"Every Day Is A Gift" 30-
minute community affairs pro-
gram airs 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursdays and 10 a.m. Fri-
days on Key TV channel 47 and
cable channel 16. On the radio, it
airs at 8 a.m. Sunday on
WRGO 102.7 FM.
NEW YORK The United
Spinal Association offers a free
booklet, "Fire Safety for Wheel-
chair Users at Work and at
Home" addressing fire preven-
tion and planning for all persons
with mobility impairment in
recognition of Disability Aware-
ness Month and the FDNY Fire
Prevention Week. The booklet
can be downloaded for free from
the publications section of
www.UnitedSpinal.org and is
available in Spanish and English.
Inverness Family Practice
offers free diabetes testing
from 9 a.m. to noon and from
1:30 to 4:30 p.m. daily at Inver-
ness Family Practice at 2222
State Road 44 W. Walk-ins wel-
come. Call 860-0633.
Hospice of Citrus County of-
fers monthly blood pressure
screenings from 9 a.m. to noon
the third Tuesday monthly at the
Inverness Brashear's Pharmacy
at 206 W. Dampier St., and from
1 to 3 p.m. the third Thursday


monthly at the Brashear's Phar-
macy in Lecanto, off 491 be-
tween Allen Ridge Medical Mall
and Suncoast Dermatology.
Free, no reservation is required.
Call Hospice of Citrus County
Public Relations Manager
Joseph Foster at 527-2020.
INGLIS Hospice of the
Nature Coast seeks volunteers
who live in Inglis and Yankee-
town.
Call Judy Knowlton, volunteer
program manager, at 527-6613
or (866) 463-1385.
Hospice of the Nature Coast is
a program of Hospice of Citrus
County. www.hospiceofthenature
coast.org.
Respite care available from
Isaiah Foundation Inc. for fami-
lies with children who are men-
tally or physically disabled or
who are autistic. Call (352) 447-
1775.
The Center for Independ-
ent Living of North Central
Florida in Lecanto offers free So-
cial Security Workshops. SSI,
SSDI, Medicare and Medicaid.
All questions answered. Third
Thursday of every month. Call
for reservation, 527-8399.
The Center for Independ-
ent Living of North Central
Florida supplies no-cost ampli-
fied telephones and other adap-
tive equipment for the hearing
impaired. Call 527-8399, ask for
Linda Perry.
Professional counseling
for depression, abuse, trauma,
PTSD and other issues is avail-
able for adults from Richard Can-
'r. \


field at Isaiah's Place in Yankee-
town. Call (352) 447-1775.
Professional counseling
services on a sliding fee scale
are available to individuals, cou-
ples, families and children expe-
riencing a broad range of
personal, relationship and family
problems including grief counsel-
ing. Daytime and evening ap-
pointments in Beverly Hills and
Lecanto, call Chris at Catholic
Charities at (800) 242-9012.
SHINE Program volun-
teers help elders make informed
decisions about Medicare and
health insurance. Call Elder
Helpline (800) 262-2243 to learn
more about becoming a SHINE
volunteer. Comprehensive train-
ing provided, travel-related ex-
penses reimbursed.
Diabetes education pro-
gram from Citrus Memorial
Health System's Diabetes Cen-
ter: tour with a diabetes educator
through Publix to learn which
foods will effectively meet dietary
needs and how much can be
eaten. Call Carol McHugh at
341-6110.
LifeSouth hosts Hot Dog
Wednesday blood drives from
9 a.m. to 7 p.m. the last Wednes-
day monthly at the Inverness
donor center, 220 S. Pine St.,
and Lecanto donor center, 1241
S. Lecanto Highway. Hot dogs
and other lunch items will be
served for all donors. Donors will
receive a recognition item, and a
cholesterol screening. Call (888)
795-2707 or visit the Web at
www.lifesouth.org. Donors must


be at least 16 years old, weigh
110 pounds or more and have a
valid photo I.D.
Free hearing evaluations
open to the Citrus County com-
munity, 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. first
and third Thursday monthly at
the Crystal River Health and
Rehab Center, 136 N.E. 12th
Ave., Crystal River. Sponsored
by Quality Hearing Centers of
Leesburg, Ocala and Inverness.
Call 228-0918 to make an ap-
pointment.
Free spinal scan and facil-
ity tour with Dr. Russell
Lewandowski, who is also avail-
able to speak at community or-
ganizations. Call Barbara at
726-0888. Visit www.proad-
justerbyrussellchiro.com.
Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Center's Web site is
www.srrmc.com.
American Cancer Society's
"Road to Recovery" program
needs volunteer drivers. Call
Cindi Crisci, area patient serv-
ices representative at the Ameri-
can Cancer Society, at (727)
812-7028.
The Alzheimer's Family Or-
ganization's Wanderers Identifi-
cation Program provides an
identifying bracelet or pendant
with a code number and direct
telephone number to the partici-
pating sheriffs office. Call toll
free at (888) 496-8004.
The Alzheimer's Family Or-
ganization's Respite Assistance
Program is available to all resi-
dents of Citrus, Pasco, Her-
nando, Sumter and Lake


counties caring for an individual
with dementia or Alzheimer's dis-
ease. Call (727) 848-8888 or toll
free at (888) 496-8004.
Citrus County Community
Support Services and Catholic
Charities offers a Respite Care
Program for people with early
onset Alzheimer's disease or
other dementia-related illnesses,
from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Wednes-
days at Our Lady of Grace
Church, 6 Roosevelt Blvd., Bev-
erly Hills. Call Donna Atwell at
527-5932, Citrus County Com-
munity Support Services or
Marie Monahan with Catholic
Charities at (800) 242-9012, ext.
22.
The Doctor Ride program
helps with medical appointment
transportation in Citrus County
for those age 65 and older.
Three or four days' notice is re-
quired, and only one ride per
week is available. To volunteer or
ride, call John at 746-3796.
Beverly Hills Skillbank, a
volunteer organization, will drive
qualified Beverly Hills residents
to doctors' appointments and
pharmacies throughout Citrus
County. They will also drive to
grocery stores, hair salons and
barbers in Beverly Hills. To qual-
ify, you must be 60 years of age
or older and cannot drive your-
self. If you need this service,
phone 746-5001 from 9 a.m.
until noon Monday through Fri-
day. There is no fee for this serv-
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Column writing proves to be a win for everyone


It is so neat to be the
writer of this column.
Just minutes ago, I
finished lunch at Wendy's
and a gentleman said,
"Hello Frank."
I looked at him and
knew that I did not know
him. I tend to be really
good with faces, though
not as good with names.
It turns out that I really
did not know him; he said
that he knew me from the
column that I write.


Dr. F
Vasci
SOUND


He went on to say that he espe-
cially enjoyed the column about my
trip to New York. We reminisced for
a while and went our separate
ways.
Isn't it great when things like this
turn out to be a win-win for all in-
volved? People like this gentleman
enjoy reading the column, the
Chronicle gets award-winning
recognition for the paper and I get


the good feeling that I
just had. It does not get
better than this. Thank
you to the Chronicle for
giving me this opportu-
nity.

Q: I hope you can give
S.*-.-. me some direction with
my current situation. I
rank have been a diligent den-
mini tal patient for years al-
BITES ways doing what was
recommended. Some
years ago I had a molar
tooth sectioned while removing one
of the roots so that the other two
roots could be used to support a
bridge to the tooth in front of it.
There were some gum problems
associated with this tooth over the
years, though always treatable. I
now find myself with the tooth frac-
tured again.
I was at the endodontist, who said
that he could do exploratory sur-


gery to see the extent of it and judge
if the tooth was savable or just re-
move it.
I have no teeth behind it and if it
were to come out, not only do I lose
that tooth, but the fake tooth in front
of it.
I was told that I could just leave it
out and not replace it or have an im-
plant placed in its place. The only
problem with that is I will need the
socket filled with fake bone and the
sinus moved up so there is room for
the implant.
As you can see, this is confusing.
Can you help shed some light on
this for me? Thanks for your help.
A: I know that you are asking for
me to shed some light on this for
you, but it seems to me like you
grasp what is going on really well.
My compliments to your dentist for
explaining this to you in such a way
that you can explain it as you just
did.
As I always say, I can only com-


ment on what you have told me, and
that to get a more accurate recom-
mendation, you need to be seen.
With that said, I do think 1 know
what is going on.
My gut feeling is that this tooth
has had a lot of work in the past and
that you should avoid the ex-
ploratory surgery and have the
tooth removed.
At the time of removal the sur-
geon will place the fake bone in the
socket and allow the area to heal.
This will give you some time to ex-
perience chewing without this tooth
and the one in front of it.
If all is OK for you like this, you
might consider not having the im-
plants placed. You will have to see
what is going on below these teeth.
If there are teeth there that have no
opposing tooth, please realize that
over time those teeth will move into
the empty space. This may or may
not be a big deal to you.
If, on the other hand, you really


miss those teeth, you will be in-
clined to have the implants placed
and restored with crowns. Please
realize that this can be an 18- to 24-
month period of time from start to
finish.
There are a number of office vis-
its, but there is also a lot of time be-
tween appointments when I have
had patients go up north for the
winter and, upon returning, get re-
stored.
I have also never had a patient
tell me that they were sorry they
had the implants placed. Implants
are very predictable when done ac-
cording to the rules that we know
work. I hope that I was helpful.

Dr. Frank Vascimini is a
Homosassa dentist. Send your
questions to 4805 S. Suncoast
Blvd., Homosassa 34446 or e-mail
them to him at info@
masterpiecedentalstudio.com.


NOTES
Continued from Page C3

Telephone Friends service
confirms safety and imparts care
and concem, is available at no
cost. Call Nature Coast Volun-
teer Center at 527-5950 or e-
mail ncvc@bocc.citrus.fl.us.
The Citrus County Health
Department (CCHD) has a toll-
free information line, (877) 746-
3248. The CCHD Web address
is www.citruscountyhealth.org
and the Community Resource
number is 211.
The Beverly Hills Lions Club
Inc. has a loan closet for wheel-
chairs, walkers, canes, bath
chairs, etc. Call Lion Warren
Adams, 746-1984.
The Center for Independ-
ent Living of North Central
Florida (CILNCF) encourages
people with disabilities to:
Exert their individual rights.
Live as independently as
possible.
Make personal life choices.
Achieve full community in-
clusion.
Services include information
and referral, peer support, advo-
cacy, independent living skills,


computer introduction course,
reading classes, DCF services
and monthly food available. Call
527-8399. It is open 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Friday, on
State Road 44, across from
Cowboy Junction.
The Citrus County Health
Department offers child safety
seat checks by appointment at
the Inverness office, 120 N.
Montgomery Ave. Call Sue Lit-
tnan at 726-1731, ext. 242.

Support '-.

National Osteoporosis
Foundation Citrus County Sup-
port Group, 1 p.m. the last Tues-
day monthly at the Citrus County
Resource Center, 2804 W. Marc
Knighton Court, Lecanto. Call
Laura Henderson of Gulfcoast
Spine Institute at 341-4778.
Bereavement Group, 2:30
to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
community room at Seven
Rivers Regional Medical Center,
6201 N. Suncoast Blvd., Crystal
River. Free, sponsored by
SRRMC and the Citrus team of
Hernando-Pasco Hospice
(HPH), available to anyone who
has experienced the loss of a
loved one. Call Paul Winstead at
527-4600.


Ongoing smoking cessa-
tion support and maintenance
- 6 to 7 p.m. every Wednesday.
The Citrus County Health De-
partment and the Gulfcoast
North Area Health Education
Center will offer smoking cessa-
tion support and maintenance
meetings from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
every Wednesday. The support
group will meet in Room 116 at
the George A. Dame Community
Health Center, 2804 Mark
Knighton Court, Lecanto. This
group is for people who've re-
cently quit smoking and would
like to receive further support.
Alzheimer's Family Or-
ganization, serving Central
Florida, offers monthly support
group meetings.
Public is invited.
10 a.m. Thursday, Wood-
land Terrace, 124 W. Norvell
Bryant Highway, Hemando. Call
Pam Pepitone at 249-3100.
2:30 p.m. Monday, Crystal
Gem Manor, 10845 Gem St.,
Crystal River. Call Coral Price at
794-7601.
2 p.m:Tuesday, Nov. 18,
Highland Terrace, 700 Medical
Court E., Inverness. Call Ellen
Mallon or Valerie Taylor at 860-
2525.
The Alzheimer's Family Or-


ganization branch office in Citrus
County is open from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. the second Monday
monthly. Call the Citrus County
community service representa-
tive Ellen Mallon at 860-2525.
Scleroderma Support
Group organizing for North Cen-
tral Florida. All persons inter-
ested, call Melba Withrow at
746-7752.
OCALA- The Alzheimer's
and Memory Disorders support
group of Ocala, 3 to 5 p.m. the
first Monday monthly at the Med-
ical Office Building at West Mar-
ion Community Hospital, 4600
S.W. 46th Court, second-floor
Community Room. Call (352)
401-1453.


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Man" prostate cancer support
group, 6 to 7 p.m. Monday, the
first Monday monthly at the
Florida Cancer Institute-New
Hope's Brooksville Center, 7154
Medical Center Drive just behind
Johnny Carino's. Call Mary Capo
at (352) 596-1926.
BROOKSVILLE Wo-
men's breast cancer support
group, 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Nov. 4, first Tuesday monthly, at
Florida Cancer Institute New
Hope Center at 7154 Medical
Center Drive, Spring Hill. Call
Tambra Randazzo, R.T., at (352)
592-8128.
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support group, 3 p.m. the first


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Wendy Hall at 527-4600.
The North Central Florida
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p.m. Sunday, Nov. 9, in Suite,
303, Building 300 of the Collins
Health Resource Center, 9401.
S.W. State Road 200, Ocala.
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transmission to authorized physi-
cians and hospitals. Such a pro-
gram would eliminate the need
for copying or faxing information
and save valuable time.
Call Carolyn Raville at (352)
489-1731.
Caregiver Support Group,
1 p.m. the second and fourth
Monday monthly at the Central
Citrus Community Center, at
2804 W. Marc Knighton Court in
Lecanto, by Hospice of Citrus
County. Free and open to the
public. No reservations are re-
quired. Call Mary Williams at
527-2020.
Look Good ... Feel Better,
a free two-hour session for
women undergoing radiation or
chemotherapy, at 3 p.m. the sec-
ond Wednesday monthly at the
Cancer & Blood Disease Center,
Lecanto, and 3 p.m. the fourth
Wednesday monthly at the
Robert Boissoneault Oncology
Institute, Lecanto. Call Mildred
Roseberry (746-7212) or the
American Cancer Society (800)
395-LOOK (5665) to register.
SPRING HILL- Caregiver
Support Group, 4 to 5 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 13, second


Thursday monthly at the Florida
Cancer Institute-New Hope's
Spring Hill Center, 10441 Quality
Drive, Suite 203 in the Medical
Arts Building next Spring Hill
Hospital. Call Dorothy Hiller,
MLT, support group facilitator, at
(352) 688-7744.
Suicide support group for
any adult who is trying to cope
with complex feelings of grief,
shock, confusion, anger and guilt
due to the impact of suicide by a
family member or friend; 6:30
p.m. the second Thursday
monthly at the Hemando-Pasco
Hospice Office, 3545 N. Lecanto
Highway, Beverly Hills. Free. Call
Wendy Hall at 527-4600.
SPRING HILL -Leukemia/
Lymphoma Support Group will
resume from 5 to 6:30 p.m. the
fourth Tuesday monthly begin-
ning January 2009. Call (352)
688-7744.
Support group meetings are
in the CMHS Administration
Building unless otherwise indi-
cated.
Bariatric Support Group:
6:30 p.m. every three months,
Cypress Room. Call Claudia
Blotz at 697-0051 or Bette Clark
at 860-0383.
Breast Cancer Support
Group: noon the second Friday,
Robert Boissoneault Cancer In-
stitute. Call June O'Donnell at


527-8371.
Citrus Cancer Support:
4:30 p.m. the third Tuesday,
cafeteria meeting room. Call
Carol at 726-1551, ext. 6596 or
ext. 3329.
Diabetes Support Group:
11:30 a.m. the fourth Wednes-
day, Cypress Room. Call Carol
McHugh at 341-6110.
ACS Man to Man Prostate
Support and Education Pro-
gram will meet at 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 12, in the con-
ference room at the Robert Bois-
soneault Oncology Institute at
522 N. Lecanto Highway in the
Allen Ridge Medical Mall.
Spouses and caregivers are wel-
come. Call 527-0106.
Citrus County Multiple
Sclerosis Support Group meet-
ing is from 1 to 3 p.m. the fourth
Wednesday monthly at the Crys-
tal River Presbyterian Church on
U.S. 19 in Crystal River. Call


Peggy Morisi at 344-4855.
Hospice of Citrus County
support groups for 2008. Free,
but reservations suggested. Call
Jonathan Beard at 527-2020.
Caregiver support group at
1 p.m. Monday at the Citrus
County Community Support
Services Building in Lecanto.
Newly Bereaved Support
Group at 1 p.m. Thursday at the
Hospice of Citrus County Clinical
Office, 326 S. Line Ave., Inver-
ness.
Grief support group at 11
a.m. Tuesday at Our Lady of
Grace Catholic Church in Bev-
erly Hills.
Grief support group at 1
p.m. Tuesday at the Hospice of
Citrus County Clinical Office, 326
S. Line Ave., Inverness.
Grief support group at 1:30
p.m. Thursday at St. Thomas
the Apostle Church in Ho-


mosassa.
Grief support group at 10:30
a.m. Saturday at First United
Methodist Church in Ho-
mosassa.
Christian-Based spouse
support group at 1 p.m. the third
Tuesday monthly at Gulf To Lake
Ministry Complex, Crystal River.
Spouse support group at 7
p.m. Tuesday at Unity Church
of Citrus County in Lecanto.
Spouse support group at 4
p.m. Thursday at First United
Methodist Church Homosassa.
Social "Moving On" support
group at 10 a.m. Tuesday at
Crystal Paradise Restaurant in
Crystal River.
Social "Moving On" support
group at 4 p.m. Friday at Cinna-
mon Sticks Restaurant in Inver-
ness.
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Beverly Hills Gay and Les-
bian Support Group meets
weekly. Free, open to everyone.
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and co-organizer is Wayne
Thomas. Call PamelaRae at
560-3247 for directions and de-
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Continued from Page C5

free weekly women's domestic
abuse support groups:
5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at
CASA office.
10:30 a.m. to noon
Wednesday at Masonic Build-
ing (in ballroom).
No child care available.
Call CASA at 344-8111.
Overcomers Group for
people recovering from addic-
tions to drugs, alcohol or other
out-of-control habits meets at 8
p.m. Monday at the Sanctuary,
7463 Grover Cleveland Blvd.
Call Paul at 628-2874.
Dunnellon Life Recovery
group for adults where addiction,
compulsion and co-dependency
issues are dealt with, at 7 p.m.
Monday at Rainbow Springs Vil-
lage Church, 20222 S.W. 102nd
St. Road, Dunnellon. Call Char
at (352) 465-1644 or Nancy at
(352) 794-0017.
Al-Anon groups meet regu-
larly in Citrus County. Call (352)
697-0497.
Inverness AFG: 8 p.m.
Monday, Our Lady of Fatima
Catholic Church, 550 S. U.S. 41.
Crystal River AFG: 8 p.m.
Tuesday, St. Benedict Catholic
Church, 455 S. Suncoast Blvd.
Last Resort AFG: 11:30
a.m. Wednesday, First United
Methodist Church, 3896 S.
Pleasant Grove Road, Inver-
ness.
Lecanto AFG: 8 p.m.
Thursday, Unity Church of Cit-
rus County, 2628 Woodview
Lane, Lecanto.
Courage AFG: 8 p.m.
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Open meeting.
Crystal River AFG: 11:30
a.m. Thursday at Yana Club,
147 Seventh St. (off Citrus Av-
enue), Crystal River.
Awareness Lunch Bunch
AFG: 12:30 p.m. Friday, St.
Margaret Episcopal Church, 114
N. Osceola Ave., Inverness.
Beginners AI-Anon: 10
a.m. Saturday at Yana Club,
147 Seventh St. (off Citrus Av-
enue), Crystal River.
Alcoholics Anonymous: If
you drink, and want to stop, call
Alcoholics Anonymous Nature
Coast Intergroup at 621-0599.
Web: www.ncintergroup.com.
M AC Group meets at 7 p.m.
Tuesday at Church Without
Walls, 3962 N. Roscoe Road,
Hernando. Call Laverne at 637-
4563. Web site: www.alcoholics
forchrist.com.
Overeaters Anony-
mous:Call 746-7749 or 341-
0777.
3 p.m. Monday at the sen-
ior center (VA building) on
County Road 491, Lecanto. Call
Delores, 746-5019.
at noon Thursdays at Our
Lady of Grace Parish Hall, 6
Roosevelt Blvd, Beverly Hills.
Call Francisca, 746-7749.
0 7 p.m. Friday at Our Lady
of Grace Parish Hall, 6 Roo-
sevelt Blvd., Beverly Hills. Call
Carolyn, 341-0777.
CEA-H.O.W. for people who
have an eating disorder, at noon
Wednesday at the First Presby-
terian Church, 206 Washington
Ave., Inverness. Call Judi M. at
726-5882.
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this breast cancer picture. The
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than 2 million breast cancer
survivors who are learning to
live, and live well, with what
was once thought to be a death
sentence.
There are many reasons for
this good news. Implementa-
tion of a breast cancer screen-
ing program has had a
profound impact on breast
cancer death rates along with
better treatments.
Now more data is available
regarding the importance of
screening for breast cancer,
based on a recent study in the
Netherlands. In this study, re-
searchers found that about
five years after the introduc-
tion of a breast cancer screen-
ing program, the death rates
for the age groups likely to be
affected by screening show a
much larger decline than the
non-screened age groups.
Earlier studies had indi-
cated that declines that large


would not be observed for up
to 10 years after the start of
such programs.
In this study, researchers at
Radboud University Ni-
jmegen Medical Center exam-
ined changes in breast cancer
trends from 1975 to 2006 dur-
ing the gradual phase-in of the
Dutch breast cancer screening
program. Starting in 1989,
women aged 50 to 69 were in-
vited for screening. Coverage
of the target population in-
creased from 11 percent in
1990 to its full population ca-
pacity in 1996. In 1997, the
upper age limit was extended
to 75 years, and expanded to
include all eligible women by
2001.
Data from Dutch registries
indicated that, from 1975 to
2003, the absolute number of
women with newly diagnosed
invasive breast cancer dou-
bled. This dramatic increase
in the number of cases is due
to the fact that mammography
allowed the physicians to find
the cancers much earlier than
they would have if they had
simply relied on physical ex-
amination. For the period
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At any given time, Spider-
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and puffy paint and a sewing
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scanning Web sites for inspi-
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partment stores in search of
materials.
It is great to have an idea in
mind but sometimes cos-
tumes come out different
than expected, Jenkin said;
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Thursday, November 6, 12 pm, Lunch & Learn
Do you feel sleepy and tired during the day? Yobt may be suffering
from sleep apnea. Explore the trearmentr opnons with Sunroj
Abraham, MD, board cemlied irn sleep medicine,pulmonology.
cnucal care and internal medicine. FREE
Patriotic and Proud: Providing Dignity and
Peace to Veterans With a Life Umiting Illness
Fnday, November 7, 1 pm
This preentation will explain how veterans can have dignity and
peace from resources ki ally if diagnosed with a hfe-threaiening
llrness Insight is offered as to how hospice can benefit the unique
and speialuzed needs of a veteran. This program will address the
concerns or veterans regarding the utilization of hospice services.
Rcegitrjin required. Call the Citrus Office of Hemando-Pasco
Ho1pi&e. 352 52 7.161I1.
Breast Cancer What You Need to Know
Tuesday November 11, 12 pm. Lunch& Learn
Join Ran K.:., M D, hemntology/oncology, for lunch and learn
about breast cancer incidence, .uses and treatment options. FREE
Diet Therapy for Diabetes During the Holidays
Tuesday, November 11, 6 pm, SRRMC MOB Communily
Room, Crystal River
Wednesday, November 12, 1 pm, Our Lady of Grace Parish
Life Center, Beverly Hills
Kelly Nibltt, dieutian. invites you to join her during National
Diabetes Month to learn how to successfully manage diabetes
through the holiday sean. The focus of this class will be geared
I,:, yards menu planning. :,od choies, timing your nieJd,eic Food
sample and recipes will be shared at the Tuesday evening clans.
Regitration required. FREE.
Safe Sitter Course
Saturday, November 15, 9 am
Bi,s And gul 1I to 13 are inviied it auend this mediLally accurate
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maitiing. Call Marlcung & Publihc Relai,.ns at 352.795 S34- $35
Good News About Knee and Hip Pain
Wednesday, November 19, 1 pm
If you are over 55 and have knee or hip pain, stiffness or swelling,
chances are you have arthritis of the knee or hip.The good news is
many treatments are available allowing you to move easily and
without pain once again. FREE
Childbirth-Related Education
Women's & Family Center
The Women's & Family Center offers a variety of additional free or
low cost childbirth-related education programs throughout the year
including Early Pregnancy, Sibling Preparation, Infant Care and
Childbirth Refresher. Please call the Women's & Family Center
directly to make an appointment, 352.795 BABY (2229).
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there. Similarly, there is ab-
solutely no proof that de-
odorant causes breast cancer.
Electromagnetic Fields
(EMF) are emitted from de-
vices that produce, transmit
or use electric power, e.g.,
power lines, microwaves,
TVs, electric blankets, etc.
During the past 15 years,
there have been several stud-
ies evaluating children's and
adults' residential exposures
to electric and magnetic
fields in relation to risks of
different cancer. Most find-
ings have been inconclusive.
To limit exposures to
EMFs, the National Institute
of Environmental Health Sci-
ences recommends increas-
ing the space between
devices that emit EMFs and
yourself and discouraging
children from playing near
power lines.
Myth 5: Cancer is a death
sentence.
Fact: Cancer does not
mean cancel.
We cure a lot of cancers;
some cancers are more cur-
able than others, Cancers
like lymphoma, breast can-
cer, prostate cancer, and cer-
tain leukemia, etc., are more
curable. At the same time,
pancreatic cancer and lung
cancer may be less curable.
However, even in these


cancer patients, many pa-
tients can be cured. In short,
if you have cancer, do not lose
hope or give up but you must
fight against it. You should
see a cancer specialist and
keep a positive fighting atti-
tude. At the same time, re-
member, positive thinking
alone does not cure cancer;
you must take treatment as
per your cancer specialist's
advice.
Myth 6: I do not have can-
cer because I do not have
pain.
Fact: Most cancers are
painless at diagnosis.
In fact, pain is a presenting
symptom in the minority of
patients. It is more common
in advanced cases. More
common symptoms of cancer
include lack of appetite, un-
explained weight loss, find-
ing a lump, excessive night
sweats, etc. Also, remember,
chemotherapy is also not
painful. Chemotherapy
causes many different side
effects, but pain is not one of
them.
Myth 7: Cancer is conta-
gious.


Fact: You cannot transmit
cancer from one person to
another. We know certain
viruses can occasionally
cause cancer, like the AIDS
virus. Of course, you can
transmit the virus from one
person to another, but not
cancer. Therefore, if you are
taking care of a cancer pa-
tient, you do not get cancer
from that.
There are so many of these
myths that it is not possible to
write about them all. I at-
tempted to write about some
common myths that I hear in
my practice in day-to-day
care of my patients. If you
have any questions, you can
write to me or e-mail me.

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


Myth 6: I do not have cancer
because I do not have pain.
Fact: Most cancers are painless
at diagnosis. In fact, pain is
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daughter) with breast cancer
approximately doubles my
risk And as a black woman,
the American Cancer Society
says I am more likely to die
from breast cancer
I have made it my duty to
make sure I pay close atten-
tion to any changes in my
breasts. I do monthly exams,
along with letting my gynecol-
ogist do an exam every year. I
also know that it's imperative
for me to begin having mam-
mograms earlier than the rec-
ommended age of 40. My two
older sisters, both in their late
30s, already have yearly mam-
mograms. Nevertheless, I do
admit I wasn't always this en-
thusiastic about breast cancer
prevention.
Growing up, my mom, who's
a nurse, would stress to me the
importance of doing monthly
breast exams and making sure
I note important changes in
my breasts. For a while I wrote


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young to seriously pay atten-
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that each month around my
menstrual cycle, my breasts
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my panic began to grow. I re-
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buried in my sister's lap as she
stroked my hair, telling every-
thing was all right. I knew I
was too young to have cancer
because I was only 15. But I
knew something wasn't right
My pediatrician told me I
had fibrocystic breast disease.
I was sent to the hospital for a
sonogram of my breasts and I
was told all was normal. Ap-
parently, the disease is quite
common in women. Still, my
mom was told she had the
same thing when she was 18.
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self-exams.
In addition to exams, I am
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I also started exercising three
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My mom is a cancer survivor
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And though I'm scared of ever
having to hear those three
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because she did.

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News NOTES


Butterfly lovers
to meet Nov. 9
All butterfly enthusiasts are
invited to the monthly meeting
of the Beverly Hills Butterfly
Club at 2:30 p.m. Nov. 9 at the
Beverly Hills Recreation Asso-
ciation, 77 Civic Circle, Bev-
erly Hills.
Sue Walsh will be speaker
on the subject of monarch and
whooping crane migration.
For more information, call
Chris at 527-8629 or Peggy at
527-2686.
Florida timeshare
owners to gather
The Florida Timeshare
Owners Group will meet at
1:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 16, in
the Venetian Room of Pelican
Pointe Golf and Country Club
in Venice.
Guest speakers include
Gary Prado of the Redweek
organization; Lisa Ann
Schreier, author and college
instructor about timeshare is-
sues; and Jacque Duhame,
from Dial an Exchange.
All timeshare owners inter-
ested in attending this meeting
must arrange for reservations
by contacting Frank Debar at
(941) 351-1384 or
fdebar@webtv.net.
Transit retirees
to meet Nov. 7
The next scheduled meet-
ing for New York City Transit
Retirees of Florida Chapter
No. 9 Citrus County will be
1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 7, in the
Beverly Hills Community
Building, at One Civic Circle.
If you are retired from the
New York City Transit System
and reside in Citrus County,
you are welcome to attend the
meeting. Also, any retirees
from the NYC Transit System,
visiting locally, are welcome.
After the meeting, refresh-
ments will be served.
For more information, call
President Clarence Redd at
527-8418 or Secretary
Clarisse D'Adamo at 527-
2508.
Fall Festival
set for Dunnellon
First Baptist Church of Lake
Rousseau, 7854 W. Dunnellon
Road, will have a Fall Festival
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Satur-
day.
Applications are being taken
for anyone who would like to
sell their craft items. The
charge for each space will be
$25 and you will need to bring
your own tables. Call 489-
4636 to reserve a space. This
is a community event and will
have food, rides, games and
prizes. Everything is free.
BHRA to sponsor
flea market
The public is invited to enjoy
shopping and dining at a Fall
Flea Market sponsored by the
Beverly Hills Recreation Asso-
ciation, 77 Civic Circle, Bev-
erly Hills, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 8.
Along with many tables
bearing a variety of items, re-
freshments will be for sale and
a bake sale table will be pro-
vided by the Social Committee
of the Recreation Association.
For information, call 746-
4882, Monday to Friday, 8:30
a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Bluegrass party
will entertain all
For a down-home, family-
style weekend, the Withla-
coochee River Bluegrass
Jamboree is the place to be
Thursday through Sunday.
Travel State Road 40 west
from Dunnellon to southeast
127th Terrace (about six
miles), then one mile down to
the river bank and be enter-
tained by bluegrass bands in-
cluding The Grascals (IBMA
Entertainers of the Year), Dai-
ley & Vincent Band,
Grasstowne, Nothin' Fancy,
Newfound Road, Special Con-
sensus, Gary Waldrup Band,
Larry Gillis Band, The Lewis
Family, The Marksmen, and
Moonlight Express.


For more information, call
(352) 465-1842.


Bikers to ride for Hospice


Register now for Saturday's Dragonfly920


Special to the Chronicle
The fifth annual Dragonfly920 mo-
torcycle poker run to benefit Her-
nando-Pasco Hospice (HPH) will
spread its wings Saturday Motorcy-
clists and their passengers are en-
couraged to participate in the autumn
flight that will take them on a 100-mile
scenic ride through the winding hills
of Hernando and Citrus counties.
The first bikes will leave at 8:30


a.m. from Adventure Cycle at 14430
Cortez Blvd., Spring Hill, and return
there with stops along the way. There
will be cash prizes for winning poker
hands and many door prizes. Partici-
pants will enjoy lunch and entertain-
ment afterwards.
Registration is $25 per driver and
$15 per passenger The first 100 regis-
tered drivers will receive a Dragon-
fly920 T-shirt. Pre-register for the
event prior to Friday, by visiting


www.dragonfly920.net and download-
ing an application. One can also reg-
ister at 8 a.m. Saturday at Adventure
Cycle.
The fundraiser was named and
continues to be chaired by founder
Artie Waskey whose father, Arthur
Waskey, died on Sept. 20, 2004, while
arrangements were being made to
transport him from a local hospital to
HPH's Brooksville Care Center. Artie,
who was grieving at his father's bed-
side, hoped to see an angel. Instead, a
dragonfly came to rest on his shoul-
der. To Artie, this was a sign of divine


intervention. Therefore, he named
the event the Dragonfly and included
the month and day that his father
died.
Proceeds from the Dragonfly920
support HPH's patient care and com-
munity-based programs. For more in-
formation, call Ginger Olson, HPH
gift planner, at (813) 838-7558.
HPH is a not-for-profit agency that
provides care, comfort and support to
individuals and families affected by a
life-limiting illness regardless of their
ability to pay. The hospice services
Hernando, Citrus and Pasco counties.


Mounted drill team garners state awards


Special to the Chronicle
2 Hot 2 Trot Mounted Drill Team members are, from left: Jack-e Schneider, Teresa Williams, Tiffany Williams, Tandi Tribette, Jessica Pringle and Court-
ney Cassell. They are coached and managed by Walt Mildenberg.

Group ofarea young women competed in three divisions, placed first in two


Special to the Chronicle
- On Oct. 18 and 19, the Sunshine
State Mounted Drill Team Associa-
tion (SSMDTA) had its State Cham-
pionships at the Bob Thomas
Equestrian Center on the Florida
State Fairgrounds. Mounted drill
teams from across the state of
Florida competed for the title of
State Champion. 2 Hot 2 Trot, a six-


person team comprised of two
adults and four teenage girls from
the Hernando, ) Dunnellon and.
Williston areas' joined 13 other
teams for the honor of State Cham-
pion Mounted Drill Team. 2 Hot 2
Trot, a Maiden Team (competing in
their first year), has been in exis-
tence for 14 months. Members are
Jack-e Schneider, Teresa Williams,
Tiffany Williams, Tandi Tribette,


Jessica Pringle and Courtney Cas-
sell. Coached and managed by Walt
Mildenberg, the team competed in
three divisions: Maiden, Adult and
Open.
The young team won first place
in the Maiden and Adult divisions
and sixth in the Open Division
against 13 other teams. The team,
riding horses of several different
breeds, achieved the highest aver-


Special to the Chronicle
Girl Scouts of West Central
Florida (GSWCF) is seeking
volunteers, both men and
women older than 18, to help
work with girls, reach out to
the community, share skills
and talents, and much more.
GSWCF offers flexible
schedules, training opportu-
nities and much more to help
you make a difference in the
life of a girl. Volunteer oppor-


age score of all teams competing
and was awarded the honor of SS-
MDTA Florida State Champion
Drill Team in the Maiden and Adult
divisions. 2 Hot 2 Trot was also
awarded "Best Costume," which is
chosen by all the competing teams
and is a highly coveted honor.
The team will compete next year
and hopes to repeat as State Cham-
pions in their respective divisions.


tunities include working di-
rectly with girls or supporting
other adults through single-
events, year-round opportu-
nities and much more.
Visit www.gswcf.org to
learn more about Girl Scouts
of West Central Florida and
download a volunteer appli-
cation; or call (352) 694-4425,
ext. 106, to learn more about
volunteer needs in Citrus,
Hernando and Sumter coun-
ties.


Marion Fox of Hernando recently
wrote to me requesting that I write a
column about polio, post-polio syn-
drome and the local resources available to
polio survivors.
Carolyn Raville, with the assistance of her
husband, Jerry, founded and has served as
president of the local support group since
1990. They have helped polio survivors un-
derstand the late effects of polio, through reg-
ularly scheduled meetings, seminars and
workshops with valuable informa-
tion and resources.
There are many polio survivors
who are leading active lives in
spite of the challenges presented
by post-polio syndrome. Fox wrote
that cold intolerance, one of the
aspects of PPS, is why so many
survivors came to Florida after re-
tirement.
Major epidemics of polio oc-
curred in the 1940s and 1950s, Ruth L
with new neurologic changes be- AROUN
ginning to appear 20 to 40 years COMMI
later In the 1970s and 1980s, thou-
sands of polio survivors began to
experience new problems that related to
their old polio. An International Post-Polio
Conference was held in May 1984at Warm
Springs, Ga., to clarify the nature and extent
of the survivors' new problems, to discuss the
most likely theory for the causes and to de-
velop a basis for treatment and identify the
major research questions to be addressed in
years to come.
On Sept 5 through 7, 1986, more than 50 sci-
entists from seven countries attended a re-
search symposium held at Warm Springs and
several.of them addressed the Ocala confer-
ence at a later date.
Support groups began forming in 1984 to
give help and information to our medical pro-
fessionals, polio survivors and others who
were concerned about the late effects of
polio, for a better understanding of possible
causes and ways of effective management. A
national registry was developed and was kept
in Warm Springs, to keep survivors, medical


professionals and others informed of issues
related to polio.
Warm Springs also established the first
five-day Evaluation clinic in August 1984.
Founded in 1990 by Carolyn Raville, the
mission of the North Central Florida Post-
Polio Support Group is to inform and educate
polio survivors, families, friends, physicians,
therapists and suppliers about post-polio syn-
drome. It is a not-for-profit support group
with more than 800 survivors within a 100-
mile radius of Ocala, and hundreds
of additional survivors throughout
the world.
Raville and her husband are
both polio survivors. They estab-
lished the support group so they
could gain as much knowledge as
possible and freely share it with
others who need help. Their
newsletter is designed to help im-
prove survivors' way of life, and
ievins show how to help a mate, relative
ID THE or friend with PPS. No fees or dues
UNITY are required of members, though
donations are appreciated. Sup-
port for the group comes from do-
nations of the members, families, friends, the
March of Dimes and the medical community.
With the stable and knowledgeable net-
work of physicians, therapists and suppliers
a very fluid exchange of ideas from all across
North America and around the world, hope
is encouraged.
Programs are held six times a year at the
Collins Health Resource Center at 9401 S.W
State Road 200 in Ocala, in Building 300,
Suite 303, the second Sunday of the month at
2 p.m. For further information, call Carolyn
Raville at (352) 489-1731 or write to Post-Polio
Support Group of North Central Florida, 7180
S.W. 182nd Court, Dunnellon, FL 34432 for
their informative newsletter

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


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Today in
HISTORY

Today is Tuesday, Oct. 28, the
302nd day of 2008. There are 64
days left in the year.
Today's Highlight in History:
Fifty years ago, on Oct. 28,
1958, the Roman Catholic patri-
arch of Venice, Angelo Giuseppe
Roncalli, was elected Pope; he
took the name John XXIII.
On this date:
In 1636, the General Court of
Massachusetts passed a legisla-
tive act establishing Harvard Col-
lege.
In 1858, Rowland Hussey
Macy opened his first New York
store at Sixth Avenue and 14th
Street in Manhattan.
In 1886, the Statue of Liberty,
a gift from the people 6f France,
was dedicated in New York Har-
bor by President Cleveland.
In 1919, Congress enacted
the Volstead Act, which provided
for enforcement of Prohibition,
over President Wilson's veto.
In 1962, Soviet leader Nikita
Khrushchev informed the United
States that he had ordered the
dismantling of missile bases in
Cuba.
Ten years ago: In London,
the High Court ruled that former
Chilean dictator Augusto
Pinochet was immune from pros-
ecution in British courts. (The
House of Lords later overturned
the decision, saying Pinochet's
arrest could stand. Pinochet was
eventually allowed to return to
Chile, where a court later held
that he could not face charges
because of his deteriorating
health and mental condition.
Pinochet died in 2006.)
Five years ago: Firefighters
beat back flames on Los Ange-
les' doorstep, saving hundreds of
homes in the city's San Fer-
nando Valley from Califomia's
deadliest wildfires in more than a
decade.
One year ago: Argentina's
first lady, Cristina Fernandez,
claimed victory in the country's
presidential election; she be-
came the first woman elected to
the post.
Today's Birthdays: Actress
Joan Plowright is 79. Musician-
songwriter Charlie Daniels is 72.
Actress Jane Alexander is 69.
Singer Curtis Lee is 67. Actor
Dennis Franz is 64. Olympic
track and field gold medalist
Bruce Jenner is 59. Microsoft
chairman Bill Gates is 53. Rock
musician Stephen Morris (New
Order) is 51. Actress Julia
Roberts is 41. Country singer


Brad Paisley is 36. Actor Joaquin
Phoenix is 34. Singer Justin
Guarini ("American Idol") is 30.
Pop singer Brett Dennen is 29.
Rock musician Dave Tirio (Plain
White T's) is 29.
Thought for Today: "Next to
excellence is the appreciation of
it." William Makepeace Thack-
eray, British author (1811-1863).


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EXPERIENCE THE ART


Art lovers will be in their ele-
ment at this year's Festival of the
Arts.
But even those who may not
fancy themselves as art connois-
seurs will discover that this is a
festival that opens the eyes of
everyone
Celebrating its 3"th year, the


art festival draws hundreds of lo-
cals and out-of-towners each
year to view and purchase the
works of artisans whose art is
considered to be the best in the
state. The two-day event show-
cases area artists, evolving into
an eclectic mix from painting to
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s ca sigJicance and preservation ofall art forms; and
WBmEEA, the Festival of the Arts, coordinated by the City of
hn'meess, the Festival of the Arts Committee, and the Citrus Couty Chronie,
is celebratin 37 years of successfully sharing the talents of Artists-and
O smen fom across the Country; and
WamMR an appreciation of theArtsis experienced by al ages the 1st
weekend in Novemberaround Courthluse Square; and
OW, T2EREFORE I, Bob Plaisted, Mayor of the City of Ihurnss do
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What- Festival of the Arts
When Saturday, Nov. 1
Sunday, Nov. 2
9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Where: Historic downtown Inverness
Admission and parking are free
For more information call 726-3913


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pottery and everything in be-
tween. Artists are vying for
cash awards and ribbons in a
wide variety of categories
such as oils, acrylics, mixed
media, watercolors, graphics,
photography, sculpture, pot-
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juried which requires that all
exhibitors qualify before par-
ticipating.
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"The location of the show is unique because it is held in
the redeveloped Old Courthouse Square. This creates a
special attraction to Citrus County residents, and at the same
time allows exposure to some of the high quality work
created by local artists."
Artist Norman Freyer


time, the Festival of the Arts will feature a caricature artist, John Burgess of the Villages.


SHOWS A FAVORITE OF ARTISTS
By Lane Vick pottery, glass, oils, acrylics, John Burgess of the Villages in into his drawings.
Community Correspondent mixed media, and watercolor. central Florida. Burgess says he Burgess has been an artist on
The Inverness Festival of the Arts does caricatures because they cruise ships on television with


Nancy Pearson, registrar of in-
coming artists for the Inverness
Festival of the Arts Committee,
reports expectations of an excit-
ing exhibit and sale with artists'
works that include caricatures,
metal sculpture, woodcarvings,


is a juried show, ensuring the
quality of the work that is
shown.
John Burgess
For the first time, the festival
will feature a caricature artist,


make people smile.
"I love what I do and I love to
make people happy," he says
about his work.
He refers to his caricatures as
"gentle and kind," always involv-
ing the interests of his subjects


Southwest Airlines, at the Ocean
World Resort in south Florida,
and at resorts in the Hamptons.
He also does cartoons and mu-
rals.
Originally from New York,
see Artist Page 5


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Burgess and his wife are look-
ing forward to the show.
"We've explored the area and
there's a nice feel to the
place," he said.

John Yeackle
John
Yeackle, a
watercolor
wildlife
artist from
Long-
wood, FL,
has been
participat-
ing in the
show for wp
some 20 Jarel Lubowiecki is
years be- representational a
cause he val this year. She u
and his and mixed-media t
wife "love patterns of color.
Inver-
ness," and
"find it a real delight to drive
into that particular area and
see what Florida used to be
like." At one time Yeackle did
some 35 art shows a year, but
now he limits his participa-
tion to 12 to 15 a year mak-
ing it a point to include the
Inverness Festival.


Yeackle's award winning
paintings are popular at the
festival and many Citrus
County citizens have pur-
chased his watercolors of ani-
mal life, sports scenes of
fishing and hunting, and or
his specialty, the wild turkey.
Several of Yeackle's paintings
hang in Stumpknockers on
the
Square.
This year

in the
past.
Yeackle
has do-
nated a
-.. painting
wi, mte tf.n s to be the
s showing her non- raffled
rtwork at the festi- for the
ises fluid acrylics festival
:o obtain flowing scholar-


ship
fund.


Jaret Lubowiecki
Floral City artist Jaret
Lubowiecki has been in-
volved in one way or another
with the festival since 1979.
She works diligently with the
Festival Committee to pro-
mote the show and although
she exhibits in the show,


With his work in copper and brass, John Marks of Dunnellon creates water fountains and wall
decor that are both intricate and elegant.


spends much of her time pro-
moting other artists.
Part of the fun, says
Lubowiecki, "is the cama-
raderie with the other artists
and seeing people enjoying


John Yeackle, a watercolor wildlife artist from Longwood, FL, has been participating in the
show for some 20 years.


themselves at the festival."
Lubowiecki's non-represen-
tational paintings using fluid
acrylics and mixed media
have won awards and ribbons
and have been purchased by
admirers all over the world.
One painting is housed as far
away as Singapore.
Lubowiecki describes both
the show and supporting Fes-
tival Committee as "wonder-
ful."

Norman Freyer
Norman Freyer of Ho-
mosassa also looks forward
to the Fes-
tival hav-
ing shown
and sold
his water- -
color
paintings .
there for
the past ,
five years. Norman Freyer wil
Freyer artwork at the fest
worked in
sales and
marketing in the animal
health sector of the pharma-
ceutical industry until retire-
ment when he began
studying painting at the With-
lacoochee Technical Insti-
tute.
Freyer has completed
paintings for individuals


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throughout the United States
and exhibits at many shows
often winning awards and
2007 "best of show" at the
Citrus County Fair.

John Marks
With his work in copper
and brass, John Marks of
Dunnellon creates water
fountains and wall d6cor that
are both intricate and ele-
garit. He describes the festival
as "one of the best shows I
do."
Over the past 25 years he
traveled a circuit of art shows
through-
out the
United
States.
Now
semi-re-
tired, he
.-: exhibits
S in the im-
be showing his mediate
val this year. area.
His
award
winning work depicts ele-
ments such as cattails, drag-
onflies, shells, and sea
urchins as part of his table
model fountains and larger
works. Marks endeavors to
refine the metal forms to cre-
ate something unique and
beautiful.


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Division I- Oils, acrylics, mixed media .J'i Sion ,-.! High SchoolAV. wor m anSottfia ie $p'dilo.
Division II- ;- Watercolor, graphics, drawings, and pastels '*'- ;-. .. 5: sons. Grades ine thlirughtwou
Division I- Photography, -- ; -- ". ..- studentsonlvy, .. "
Division IV- Three dimensional fine arts o-riginal work in ;Division VI-. -Hobbies and rafs Et r es cannot be re-ses of-
:' sculpture, stained glass, Jewelry, pottery, texti es, .: imports and/or "ready adeitems.'

Name. .. . Division Space .Name ---. Division .- Space
Balk, Daniel .:.IV _.. .106.. Lenoir, LoriDufore -- --,y- .,_. 218

Balonis Marcia VI --. -. '205 ., LubowieckiJaret .:I -' -..;326 -.- .
Basler Eberhard I V -- : ,.'.319 .. Lyons, DemiseLowe T:.' V 220
Batchelder Barbara "I 3 45' .- MacDonald, Donald J' ; VI '.. 212 .- .
Bender/Barletta, Karen/Rick 't" :-' 219:t ; Marks, John '- IV .- 236:- ,
Berger, Betty ,- .: I 226 '- Marlo, Sakk: -; 7.,.L . IV '. 222 ..-
Bohrer, Betsy I .- 244-' Marshall, Barbara :IV 114 -
Bosworth, Benry Ann IV '-" 315 Mastrojianni/Quigley, Berice/Lou VI :415 --.'
Brauer, Helen VI -' .- 203- .- Matthews, Janet .. VI 307 -
Brown, Diane VI -405 Meaton, Carlanne ViL .. 409 '
Burgess, John I ,- 110 Meier, Carole IV 112 .:-,
Chaffin, Linda IV n ,-- . 337 , Michael, Katherine I 340 '.-
Chandler, Bob I 107 Morris, Richard .IV 234
Clark, Lorraine 11 -227 Mulligan, Janet IV .Ill
Coffin, Susan IV 313 Murphy, John IV 327
Compagnone, Donna IV 108 Nicholson, Doug I 113
Critoph, Shawn V 207-8 Nordskog, David/Sallie VI 211
DeLong, Tim 1I 338 Paige, Lori VI 209
Dickerson, Bill/Judy VI 310-11 Parks, Christy IV 242
Dimona/Levine, Nicholas/Rich IV 334 Payne, Karen VI 408
Dobbins, Helen II 332 Peruche, Cheryl VI 419
Dononson, Renee VI ,407 Philip, Suzanne V 301
Dufore, D.H: I -- 217 Ramski, Joan Ryder VI 420
Dunaway, Connie .VI 418 Rengle, Sandra II 221
Emmit, Carol ..II :233 Rentsch, Pat VI 304
Essenberg, Ben W I :' 214 e Schank, Bernie VI 421
Feltea, JoAnn VI 302 Schaub, Mary Jo ll 229
Fenwick, Tracy IV 331 Schnake, Cheryl B IV 231
Fl6od, William I ; 342 Schwenzer, Bill IV 333
Flood, Barbara IV- 343 1 Skrovanek, Deborah VI 501
Forte, Michael VI 401 Smith, Terry I 232
Freyer, Norman II 341 Snyder, Paula II 324
Gilstorf, Fred IV 328 Spalti, Ross IV 503
Green, LindaM I 228 .: Spell, Roxie IV 312
Greenawalt, Robert IV- 325 Sundal, Alan I 105
Greenblatt, Annette VI 309 Sweeney. Emmett/Sue VI 404
Haines, Carol VI 308 Tesoriero, Christine III 330
Haines, Robert J IV, 314 Thiem/Hoosack, Barbara/Christy VI 406
Henshaw, Robert F VI 204 Thomas, Joe V 416-17
Hill, CaraBurrell VI 402 Thompson, Glenn E. Jr. VI 201
Hise, LynNovak I 344 Todd, Sandra/Mildred VI .414
Hogue, Cynthia .- VI 413 Toll, Laura VI 306
Innes, Fran VI 410 Trombley, Margaret II 223
Jebens, Mary E VI 412 Turner, Joanne VI' 411
Jenkins, Ryan IV 336 Twitty, Kathy IV 329
Kalkbrenner, Susan/Dennis III 318 Ware, Gilbert miI 243
Katherine, K IV 316 Webber, Pat VI 210
Kennelly, Boni IV 109 Wellert/Pietrobono,, Larry IV 241
Kou, Godwin II 335 Whitcomb, Wayne/Becky IV 215
Kranz, Alice VI 202 Whitney, Louise IV 213
Kurts, Don/Kren 1 VI 305 Whittaker, Donna VI 303
LaForsch, Susi I 235 Wirt, Michele I 216
Lehman, Dot/Nancy VI 206 Yeackle, John II 230
Leimer, Max/Antonia III 115


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AHEAD AND WINE


A wine-tasting event will kick
off this year's annual Citrus
County Festival of the Arts. The
popular wine tasting will be
held at the Historic Inverness
Courthouse on Thursday
evening, Oct. 30, from 5:30-7:30
p.m. A variety of wines will be
featured including traditional
stand-bys, as well as many of the
newer blends that have gained
popularity in the U.S. All wines
will be provided by Citrus
Liquor.
At the Thursday evening wine
tasting, door prizes will be
awarded throughout the
evening and appetizers will be


provided by Withlacoochee
Technical Institute's Culinary
Arts. Attendees will also enjoy
the music to be provided by Ben
Medrano.
"This evening soiree is a lot of
fun and a great way to meet
other members of the commu-
nity, especially those who are in-
terested in the arts," says Frank
DiGiovanni, Inverness city man-
ager. "It's also a great way of
supporting the Citrus County
Festival of the Arts, which has
worked successfully for many
years to promote the arts and
has been a favorite fall event of
area residents since 1971.


The wine-tasting is a fund-
raiser that helps promote the
SCitrus County Festival of the
Arts, with half the proceeds
going to a scholarship for local
students to pursue higher edu-
cation in the arts, and the other
half going to the National Al-
liance on Mental Illness (NAMI).
Tickets are $25 per person and
are available at the Parks and
Recreation Office of the City of
Inverness, through members of
the Festival of the Arts Commit-
tee, or by calling 726-3913.
Also, at the wine tasting and
the Festival of the Arts, a paint-
ing by award-winning Central


Florida artist John Yeackle will
be on display. Tickets for a
chance to win the painting will
be available at both events, with
proceeds going to the scholar-
ship fund. The drawing will be
held on Sunday, Nov. 2, at the
festival.
The Festival of the Arts will be
held on Saturday and Sunday,
Nov. 1 and 2, around the Court-
house Square in Inverness, from
9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. There is
no admission charge to attend
the festival. For additional infor-
mation, contact the Registrar at
festivalinfo35@yahoo.com or
phone (352) 382-2191.


Take a trip into
Floridas past, 7
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scenic tours' on
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River in a 24'
Pontoon Boat.

1 or 2 Hour Tours

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FOOD VENDORS


Papas Old Fashion Kettle
Korn Kettle Korn
Villio's Inc. Hot pressed
Cuban sandwiches, barbecue
pulled pork sandwiches, ham-
burgers
Ali's Refreshments All beef
hot dogs, cheese dogs, chili
dogs and kraut dogs, Italian
sausage with peppers and
onions, bratwurst, sausage


with kraut, French fries, fries
with cheese, onion rings, na-
chos and cheese
Calypso Concessions Inc. -
Chicken on a stick, Philly steak
and cheese, cole slaw, potato
salad, French fries, funnel
cakes, ribbon fries and arepas.
Bottled water sold by ROCCS -
Rowing Organization of Citrus
County Students.


Festival of the Arts 2008 Committee
Chairman Pati Smith Publicity Nancy Kiner
Registrar Nancy Pearson Scholarship /Special Section Liaison Jaret Lubowiecki
Treasurer Merl Hoar Volunteer Coordinator- Janice Hannel and Lee Proctor
Judges Carol Seidman Media Neale Brennan
Student Liaison Linda Powers Special Scholarship Project Carolyn Crawford
Purchase Awards Priscilla Uhle Volunteer-at-Large Miriam Belcher





















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Tuesday, October 28, 2008 9


P RIZED ARTWORK
BENEFITS STUDENTS


Money for scholarships of-
fered by the Festival of the
Arts will be raised by offering
a signed, limited edition
...painting donated by central
Florida artist John Yeackle.
See story on Page 4.
Tickets are being sold for
chances to win this matted
and framed watercolor fea-
turing a honeybee in a beau-
tiful spray of flowers.
Yeackle has been creating
artwork of various forms for
35 years. He has won more
than 400 juried awards dur-
.ing his career, including first
place at the North Georgia
Wildlife Expo and Best of
Show in the Calico Four Arts
and Crafts Show in Alabama.
Yeackle's talents also include
artistic endeavors in
silkscreen painting, fused
Glass and wood.
Tickets for the painting are
sold for $1 each or 6 for $5.
All proceeds from this draw-
ing are used for one or more
scholarships to help gifted
area students pursue higher
education in the field of art.
They will be available at the
festival or they can be ob-
tained by calling 352-382-
2191 or 352-726-3913.



S HOWCASING STUDENT ART


An important part of the Festival of the Arts is providing
a public venue for Citrus County students to showcase
their artwork. The students' passion for the arts is visibly
evident in their work.
This year, the show will include students from our area
high schools, middle and primary schools.
The student artwork is on display Saturday only.


School awards
Division V School
Exhibits
Best of Show..................S'8 5


Two Dimensional Art
First Place .............. ...$50
Second Place..........Ribbon
Third Place ..........Ribbon


Three Dimensional Art
First Place ............... .... $50
Second Place..........Ribbon
Third Place ............Ribbon
Photography
First Place ............. ......$50
Second Place..........Ribbon
Third Place ......... Ribbon
Any Category
Ten Merij Award Ribbons
There are approximately 80
entries from students at-
tending Citrus High School,
Crystal River High School
and Lecanto High School.


Chad T. Douglas


SCHOLARSHIPS FURTHER

ART STUDENTS

EDUCATION


Special to the Chronicle

Chad T. Douglas and Laura
Setter were awarded $1,500
scholarships for advanced
study in the visual arts by the
Citrus County 2007 Festival
of the Arts Committee.
Douglas, the son of Greg
and Rita Douglas of Dunnel-
Ion, is now attending the Uni-
versity of Florida planning a


major in ar-
chitectural
design. As a
student at
Lecanto
High
School,
Douglas
participated
in several
extracurric-
ular art ac-
tivities and
won a num-
ber of
awards. He
was a mem-
ber of the
National Art


Festival Scholarship Commit-
tee that it was this award that
meant the most to him.
Setter, the daughter of
Thomas and Loretta Setter of
Beverly Hills, is currently at-
tending the-University of
South Florida.
While a student at Lecanto
High school, she was very ac-
tive in extracurricular activi-
ties and volunteered in
various ven-
ues, includ-
ing SALSA, a


"It was unbelievably
encouraging to real-
ize that other peo-
ple appreciate the
work that I do and
are willing to invest
in furthering my
artistic education."
Laura Setter


Honor Society since sopho-
more year and served as vice
president of that organiza-
tion. He placed eighth in an
Art/Write competition spon-
sored by the University of
South Florida during his
sophomore year and was
semi-finalist in an Open Ama-
teur Photography contest
during his senior year.
Douglas received other
scholarships, but wrote to the


day camp of
art instruc-
tion for
small chil-
dren, as well
as reading
to kinder-
garten stu-
dents. She
was a mem-
ber of the
National Art
Honor Soci-
ety. In addi-


tion, she
won Critics'
Choice in Costume Design
and also Construction, an
award chosen by teachers,
and placed sixth in an
Art/Write competition in
2005.
On receiving this ward she
wrote, "It was unbelievably
encouraging to realize that
other people appreciate the
work that I do and are willing
to invest in furthering my
artistic education."





















SCus (FL) CuoNmaE


JUDGES


FINE ARTS JUDGES


Susan Hess
Susan Hess combines her
loke of color with her oe of
the tropics, the results being
virant and bold paintings
with bold olkrs and boad
strokes.
Hess has a BA degree in
fine art and interior design
and has been an interior de-
signer for the past 20 years.
She has studied and learned
from professional artists in-
cuding Nita Engle, Mary Ann

Toni Young
Toni thinks of herself as an
experimental mix media
artist and kwes collecting
and giving new life to old
things.
She has taught at the SI
Petersburg Museum of Fine
Arts, Sarasota Art Center,
Pinellas Park Art Center, the
Arts Center of St. etusbug,
and the Suntan Art Center.
She was nominated for the
Pinellas County Arts Coun-


SBec t Gen aBommer,
Ed mindMi t tff, Piradm
Pat San Soude, Imaa Gomw
and Ed apr Whianey.
After minowing o Floida in
1980 and nUMefig With her
hudxmbd lmnng d he-
CaribbeMin, she was inspbiaed
to captuMte dte oamful
bisa*e and beauamty found m
such place; as Key West and
the Caribbean islanMs.k ais
brings what she desibes as
a "Sacatioam" th tro Iser amt-
work.
cill's Arts rmmarr oftde
Year min 1992 and 19953.
Youngs wMclHk hs bMeem fMa-
tued on thde oer df Nonrh
light and nag. -She also
has sam a inbehmba ps
mn IsA peam society
xperi.m.adArist )andIsaw
ana -smopaleSoctyrf
AcryicArtisL)
Young has had sewedl one-
woman, group and muai
shows-Hlerwk is also in
the 2daiMes the TaTe Mu-
scumn in fCwjAll


Barbamra Kerr
Barbara Kerr studied art at
the Uniaersy ofMaryland,
American Unversiy, St Jhn's
Coege, and AnneArundel
Community Caol and is a
graduate fiom de Uniisaiy
of Maryland with a BS. in Ed-
ucaton-
Kerr has taughr inienmidi-
ate/ianedwaterrolor stn-
dents in Cirus County fur

CRAFT
Robert Goodlett
Exposed to arts and dras
at an eardy age, Goodlett is
curren-y part owner and
head of product develop-
ment fir Clara's Cuties Doll-
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has a new face that was sticking
out all over Citrus County -
and that was a good thing, fes-
tival committee members re-
ported.
The official pin, representing a
palette and brush, offered by
the Festival Committee for do-
nations of $5.00 or more with
100 percent of the proceeds
going toward a scholarship
fund to benefit gifted local stu-


dents who wish
to pursue a higher
education in the field
of art.
The three-dimensional combi-
nation pin and tie tack is hand
cast of fine crafted pewter.
With only 200 pins available, it
is expected that the limited
supply will soon be completely
gone. Ask for your official festi-
val pin at the Festival Registra-
tion Booth.


Purchase Award Sponsors 2008

The Festival of the Arts Committee thanks

the following sponsors of the 2008 Purchase Awards:

Miriam Belcher Brannen Bank


Gnus County Chronicle

"he Hagar Group

lou Miele

David W: Powers, M.D.

Stumpknockers Restaurant

Sweetwater Homes of Citrus, Inc.


John Gelin, M.D.

Jeffrey Marcus, M.D.

Nick Nicholas Ford

Law Offices of ClarkA. Stillwell

Suncoast Dermatology

Wilder Funeral Home


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Autos, Trucks, RVs, ATVs, Motorcycles,


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INSIDE Pony up for a good cause



mw 2nd Annual North Central Florida Mustang all Ford Powered Car & Truck Show "Big success"


By Brian Bisson


The combination of a
great selection of
Ford-Powered ve-
hicles, superior
weather and a large
crowd of an estimated 2500
classics car enthusiasts was the
recipe needed for the success of
the Second Annual All Ford
powered Car & Truck show
sponsored by the North Central
Florida Mustang car club.
Nobody seemed to be disap-
pointed.
Ron Bringle, club president
of the North Central Florida
Mustang Car Club, estimated
that over 160 cars showed up
from all over the state of
Florida to compete for. the
forty-five awards up for grabs
during this-year's show held at
Nick Nicholas Ford in Inver-
ness.
There was plenty of food,
fun, and prizes for everyone,
and the 50/50 raffle was a big
success. Ron explained, "Dur-
ing our next meeting we will
determine where and when we
will distribute the proceeds
from this year's show. Most
likely we will be distributing
proceeds from the show to the
Boys and Girls Clubs, local
food banks, and The Inter Faith
Organization to help those that
are in immediate need. This is a
tribute to all those who came
out to participate, and enjoy the
show while giving back to oth-
ers."
Continuing Ron went on to
say, "I would like to say thank
you to Nick Nicholas Ford and
all the sponsors that came to-
gether to help us make this
show the success it has become
in just two short years. We have
come a long way in a short
time. We still had some grow-
ing pains but we will be better
and bigger next year. Thanks
again to all our sponsors.
There were sixteen judges
trying to sort through over 160
vehicles to determine the win-
ners of twenty categories
(classes). Some of the judging
was so difficult due to the fact
there were so many vehicles
there worthy of winning an
award on any given day, that in
some cases third place was not
an option. In those cases a tie
was determined and two sepa-
rate second place awards were
awarded.
Besides the show vehicles,
the food, the perfect weather,
and the large crowd of people
that attended the show, there
was another attraction that got
most everyone's attention.
"The Drag Race Simulator."
The Drag Race Simulator,
Better known as Xtreme Dyno
Challenge, is a mobile interac-
tive twin-dyno equipped trailer.
Side by side M-D 1100 dynos
built by MUSTANG DY-
NAMOMETER are capable of
recording speeds up to 225
MPH and up to 2000 HP. It is
able to simultaneously dyno
test 2 vehicles or goes to a drag
race mode, which incorporates
a full size Christmas tree. Foot
brake cars, as well as trans
brake equipped cars, can take
full advantage of normal
launch procedures. Win lights
signal the end of the run as well
as denoting the winning lane.
Reaction times are recorded as
well as 60' times, along with
ET and Speed, as though
recorded at a real track.
One of the many competi-
tions that took place on the
Dyno came to be known as the
Battle of the Bullitts. A three
race competition between Dave
Rice driving his 2009 Ford
Mustang Bullitt, and Richard
Garrett in his 2001 Ford Mus-
tang Bullitt.
The third race result hap-
pened to have the best results.


Richard Garrett
2001 Mustang Bullitt
101 MPH
13.07 seconds
.69 reaction time

Dave Rice
2009 Mustang Bullitt
99 MPH
13.09 seconds
.07 reaction time

When you do the math, most
will agree Dave Rice would
have been declared the winner
of the race due to his Best of
Show reaction time of .07.
Richard Garrett agreed, "Dave
would have won by the thick-
ness of the paint on his
bumper." Richard went on to
say, "His 2001 Bullitt had won
the three races of the set.
Everyone who attended was
a winner, including those who
helped support the 2nd Annual
North Central Florida Mus-
tangs all Ford Powered car &
Truck Show.


BRIAN BISSONIForlhWClironicle
1957 Thunderbird Convertible, 1st place- Thunderbirds AllYears, owner Talmage M. Cook from
Umatilla, FL.


BRIAN BISSONIFor the Chronicle
.1967 Blown Nitrus Modified Mustang, 1st place (tie) 641/2 68
Modified Mustang, owner Mark Officer.


BRIAN BISSONIFor the Chronicle
1948 Ford F100 Truck 1st place Ford Trucks All Years, owner
John Tanner.


BRIAN BISSONIFor the Chronicle
1930 Ford, 1st place Street Rod, owner Dave Del Pizzo.

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Here's the list of all the winners

from the Sept. 27 Show:
Provided by Ron Bringle, club president of the
North Central Florida Mustang Car Club.
64 1/2 68 Mustang Stock
1st Place Gary & Gall Oakley ...............1965 Fastback
2nd Place Ronald Movinski .......1967 Mustang Convertible
69 70 Mustang Stock
1stij).a4enrmnton Haddock .t;-; .-. .: -.:1970 Boss 30;
2nd Place Ron & Sue Bringle .................1969 Mach 1
74-93 Mustang Stock
1st Place Louis Ball ......................1991 Mustang GT
2nd Place Ed Gribble .......... ..1983 Mustang Convertible
94 04 Mustang Stock
1st Place Yolanda Mason ......2003 Mustang GT Convertible
2nd Place Mike Riley ....................... .2003 Mach 1
05 09 Mustang Stock
1st Place James Reiser ..................2006 Mustang GT
2nd Place John Rozak .2006 Mustang GT Convertible (Tie)
2nd Place Jay -Nea Bradford ...........................
2007 Mustang GT Convertible (Tie)
Shelby All Years
1st Place Jack Gartener ...............2008 Shelby GT 500
2nd Place Kathie Pacheco .. .2007 Shelby GT 500 Convertible
SVT Cobra Class
1st Place James Auten .................1.2003 Focus SVT
2nd Place Buck Brown ........................Cobra SVT
Mercury Cougar Class
1st Place Keith Hammersley ..........1967 Mercury Cougar
2nd Place James Broady ........1968 Mercury Cougar XR7
Thunderbirds All Years
1st Place Talmadge Cook .... .1957 Thunderbird Convertible
Ford, Lincoln & Mercury Class
1st Place Mickey Hill .................. Lincoln Continental
2nd Place George Sandone
Ford Trucks All Years
1st Place John Tanner .................1948 F-100 Pick Up
2nd Place Bill Keane ...................1966 F-100 Pick Up
64 112 68 Mustang Modified
1st Place Mark Officer ................ .1967 Mustang (Tie)
1st Place Gary Bradford .......19641/2 Mustang Convertible
2nd Place Sandy Pomicter .................. 1968 Mustang
69 73 Modified Mustang
1st Place Terry Oeffner ..............1970 Mustang Mach 1
2nd Place Rick Scruggs ........ 1969 Mustang Convertible
74 93 Mustang Modified
1st Place Mike Gonzalez ........1993 Mustang Convertible
2nd Place Gary Crider ......................1992 Mustang
05 09 Mustang Modified
1st Place Micheal Royer ...... ... ... .2008 Mustang GT
2nd Place Perry Unger ..........;i..,...2005 Mustang GT
Mustang Speciality Class Roush, Sallen etc.
1st Place Ronny Mason ........... .. .2005 Stage 1 Roush
2nd Place Tina Emerson ...2002 Mustang Saleen Convertible
Exotic Ford Class
1st Place John McKnighton ................2005 Ford GT
Street Rod Class
1st Place Dave Del Pizzo ............ .1930 Ford Coupe (Tie)
1st Place Larry Brooks .......... . ... . 1933 Ford (Tie)
2nd Place Joe Letts ...................1923 Ford Roadster
Special Interest
1st Place Richard Taintor ......1949 Ford Coupe Conversion
Most Improved Mustang
Dawn Crowe .......................1972 Mustang Grande
Battle of the Bullitts
Richard Garrett .............................. 2001 Bullitt


BRIAN BISSONIFor the Chronicle
1964 1/2 Mustang Convertible, 1st place (tie) 64 1/2 68 Modified
Mustang, owner Gary Bradford.













CrITRUS COUNTY (FL) C-HRONIcL


D2 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2008


Pictures 'and'-storyby.

Brian A. Bisson

'69 Cadillac

Deville
Convertible


J ohn Ramsey
was looking for a '66
Eduardo convertible because
as he says, "They are just
beautiful, and the '66 was the
last year for rear wheel drive
with Cadillac. At one time I
owned ,a '69 Fleetwood
Brougham. I always liked the
grill style and lines of the '69
Fleetwood Brougham.
However, I happened to find
this 1969 Deville
convertible." The price was


right and I couldn't pass it
up."
John is somewhat of
an authority when it comes to
the Cadillac seeing he has
been the owner of more than
thirty of them over the years.
His first Caddy was a 1953.
He said, "I guess you can say
I just like Cadillacs. I just
liked it. It looked good so I
bought it. However, right
after I bought it I decided I
didn't like the particular
shade of red. So I had it
stripped and refinished to its
present color of Sierra Red."


Because the newsprint leaves
a lot to the imagination Sierra
Red is deep Burgundy that
really stands out in contrast
with the Deville's white
interior.
Beside the beautiful
paint job this '69 Caddy
boasts the very large 472
cubic inch 325 horsepower
engine. The 400 Automatic
transmission is the larger
option of two transmissions
that were available delivering
plenty of torque needed to
handle the engine power, and
of course this Cadillac has all
the toys. "It's a Cadillac"
John said.
John likes to take
time out once in a while to
show his cars at nearby, or
local, car shows. His first
experience with the Caddy
was when he took the Caddy


to the Dade City Car Show.
The Caddy got a little Iiot and
proceeded to blow the top
radiator hose. After a quick
fix everything else went
smoothly. Needless to say the
Caddy now has a full
compliment of new hoses.
Having done two
previous stories about two
other classic cars ('55 Chevy
and '66 Buick Skylark) with
John, I had to ask, "Well
about how many cars have
you owned?" With a puzzled
look John's reply was,
"Somewhere
around seventy five
I guess. Maybe
more. I had a car
before my father
owned one, and I
was the youngest
of seven. My father
didn't own his own
car for about five
years after I had
my first car" John
went on to explain,
"When I was very
young I had no
idea that I would
have owned so
many cars in my
lifetime. 'Never in
my wildest
dreams'."
With all


the nice cars John has owned
over the years, I tried to pin
him down as to which was
the nicest vehicle that he has
seen but not owned. His reply
was, "The '53 Buick'
Skylark." Continuing John
explained, "The '53 and '54
Buick Skylarks were similar.
However, what was
distinctive between the two
years was the '53 wheel-
wells were cut less than the
'54. In 1953 there were only
1686 Skylarks manufactured,
and in 1954 only 836, making


both years very high dollar
cars it you happen to find
one."
I had to ask, "Ok
John, what was the nicest
vehicle yoa have owned?"
John was quick to reply, "My
'49 Che%\y Fleetline. It, took
me two years to get it where I
wanted and I owned it for
five years. The body was over
a 1996 Corvette drive train
including the rear end drive
suspension. That Chevy had
more money under the hood
than the whole drive train
-oost.I-really liked, that car.
S'Lastly John
mentioned that he expects to
keep the '69 Cadillac Deville
Convertible around for a
while. Then with a grin he
said, "I'll sell it if the price is
right."
Maybe you're a
restoration enthusiast and
have some stories or
memories to share. Perhaps
,you own a muscle, classic, or
vintage car that is your pride
and joy. Feel free to call 352-
563-3291, or e-mail Brian A.
Bisson at
bbisson@chronicleonline.com.


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Sprinter and Passport make RVing

By Jeff Johnston L ." 4


The RV industry is all-abuzz
with news of companies incor-
porating the Dodge Sprinter
van into different products.
Class B motorhomes built on
the van and Class C mo-
torhomes based on the cab-
and-chassis are hot items today.
At the same time buyers are
looking to the Dodge Sprinter
as a solution to their trailer
towing, family hauling, daily-
driver needs. In this latter ca-
pacity, the Sprinter does a great
job.
We recently spent time in a
Sprinter passenger van towing
a Keystone Passport trailer. It
was powered by the standard-
equipment 3.0-liter V-6 diesel
engine rated at 154 horsepower
and 280 lb.-ft. of torque, which
is enough to get the job done
while providing terrific fuel
economy. The van is rated to
tow a maximum of 5,000
pounds, which is more than
enough for today's lightweight
trailers.
The best news up front: The
van running solo averaged as
much as 22 miles per gallon on
the freeway, about 15 mpg in
town, and towing the Passport,
we recorded about 12.6 mpg
overall. Those are impressive
figures compared to the aver-
age compact gasoline-powered
tow vehicle.
A 3.5-liter V-6 gasoline en-


gine is optionally available,
and both the diesel and gaso-
line engines are teamed with a
five-speed automatic transmis-
sion.
Our test rig was the 170-inch
wheelbase version with the
standard roof. Its leaf springs
out back and independent front


suspension provided a firm, but
comfortable, ride and its
sound-damping material plus
high-tech designed engine
toned down the diesel sound to
a civilized level. Air-ride seat
pedestals up front provided
supreme bump-absorbing abil-
ity.


While the dash is semi-in-
dustrial it's also easy to under-
stand and use. It has minimal
gauges, but scrolling through
the digital information screen
provides all the vehicle-related
data the driver could need. Ter-
rific forward and side visibility
makes it easy for occupants to
enjoy the view along the way.
The Sprinter isn't cheap, and
the fact that it's built by Mer-
cedes explains the cost to some
degree. The rig we drove was
stickered in the $45,000 range
with a variety of options.


Keystone's Passport Ultra-
Lite trailer (http://www.key-
stone-passport.com/) series is
designed with downsized tow-
ing in mind. The model 195 we
used measured 23 feet, 10
inches long overall and
weighed about 3,900 pounds
dry, making it a good match for
a lot of smaller rigs on the road
today. A swoopy, aerodynamic-
shaped front wall further helps
the cause of lowering wind re-
sistance and boosting fuel
economy.
The trailer included top-


lashup

notch construction features that
moved it a step above similar
lightweight units on the mar-
ket. An all-aluminum welded
frame makes up the wall and
floor structures and 5-inch
crowned galvanized steel
shapes make up the roof. Poly-
styrene insulation and fiber-
glass skin, an enclosed
underbelly and EPDM rubber
roof are standard.
Keystone had boondockers
in mind and made a dual-bat-
tery setup standard, plus a
large-size 55-amp converter
helps keep those batteries
topped up when plugged in to
shore power. Now if the manu-
facturer would substitute some
low-current-drain LED lights
for the plentiful incandescent
lights in the rig we'd be set for
a long stay off the grid.
The trailer's floorplan in-
cludes a forward island bed,
curbside dinette opposing a
compact galley, and a rear
streetside comer bath with a
comer shower. The rear-comer
entry door opens to a small
bench seat against the aft wall,
-which conveniently works as a
spot for changing one's shoes
when entering or leaving the
trailer.
All three holding tanks are
30 gallons each, which worked
fine for us as a camping couple,
but would be a bit short for
more than two during a long
weekend.
Our needs are simple, so we
found the Passport more than
accommodating during our
weekend adventure. The bed
offers a good nights' rest, the
bathroom was large enough for
use by full-size adults, there
was storage in every nook and
cranny and the dinette served
well for meals and other
leisure-time activities.
The Passport 195RB was
priced at $19,713 "nicely
equipped" with a few most-re-
quested options.
Taken together, the Sprinter
and Passport are a combination
we could live with. Economi-
cal to operate, fun to drive and
comfortable for camping, they
make a lashup that's smart for
today's RVing.
Copyright, Motor Matters,
2008


By Arv Voss


Enk Buell makes a positive mo :c
toward the redefinition of the super
bike category, with his company\ ',\
latest offering -- the Buell I 125R It
shines on the Harle\-Da idson
pow erplant used up to this point and
deri% es its motive force from a BRP
IBombardier Recreational Product~i
Rotax engine.
This 1125cc DOHC. 8-talke,
"Helicon" liquid-cooled \-Tvtini
With DDFI Ill Fuel injection, tea-
runng 61 mm dual throttle bodies in
a closed loop system, cranks out
146 horsepower and delivers s '2
Ibs.-ft. of torque at the rear w heel
\ia a Constant path. 14 mm pitch
aramid-reinforced Good-,ear Hibre,.
beltl % ith Fle\ten Plus technology, .
Gear changing duties are handled
b\ a six-speed manual rransmissi.on
with straight cut gears The under-
engine exhausi e\ts tr a tuned. in-
pass resonance chamber u ithi
integral Helmholtz running aid maj,
centralized positioning that ends in
two short tips. gi ing the impression
of a straight exhaust with no mrlut'-
tier The exhaust note is almost too
tame. gpien Buell's past history The
clutch is a %%et. multi-plate, H:.-


dr.iatlc \.aciuum .ivi -s. lhipper ac-
Lion it, pe tiil a h',dra.iulic clutch
le, cr el I'rt
The I125R is more lider-friendl,,
than some oft the earlier BuI:ll mod-
els Excepti[nall\ tall riders C,.ho
prefer crtIisiiig genre bills won't


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neces-sarill j1ll i II lo e C 1tll ihe
I 125R. but the\ caln at least leain to
like it. The rider's saddle I; an elon-
gated affair that is better suited to
tho.e long of leg. follo\ ed b\ a pas-
senger billion itth a lenmoajble
co% I e co er. and the handlebars don't
tilt ewcessl~ ely do, ni',' Jid.
The ride quality is surprifini'.;l,
coinplia:nt for a bike ill thili categ:'i,.
thanks to ad.iuItajble dalimpinig set-
tiugs both tfie and aft IJp front ate
Sho'.'. a -" m inmOe ited forks ithli
adjustable compression dJamping,
rebound djiipirng. _,pring prelo.id
and 4.'2- inchte: of ir.i.cel. In the
le.ir i' t Sho''.j coil '. .eCi nic o-
,lI .. v it .m a e,.. l nal pl'i-%01 'ic. I,
ree ', -il iwid ad ,.i_-.able ,.',,n piev--
s!in dJamiiiii ielbi:iuid d.iiipiinL'.
spring pi.'.ad and 5 iincle_, ,Il
iatl. el.
In terms of its ppe.,n.ice. the
1 125R take on thile ina.ge l saiieet
fighter on a serious niision It dis-
plays in aggressive look fiom no_.e
to tail. Leading off. the headlamps


ale made up of a six-bulb system.
The fl\ screen and dual outboard ra-
diators project the impression of a
full fairing, and Mwhat appears to be
the thel tanr is actually an air box
that sits atop the special aluminum
framework that stores 5 6 gallons of
petrol delivered b\ the DDFI III
Fuel injection s stem.
\\ heels are cast aluminum 6-dotu-
bk- pokeis \ 3 5 inches wide in the
tiont and 6-single-spoke x 5.5
inche- in the rear. Rubber is cour-
ie', of Pielli Coisa III -- three-zone
compound ties -- 120 70 ZR-17
for\ aid and IXmi 55 ZR-17 out
bick
Bukinal chlies are handled w ith
'1it,,- h.l', .i ZTL-tN pe. S-piston. fixed
c.ilipCe. 3"5 nIIl. ull perimeter, sin-
gle-sid.-Jd dic. inside out. stainless
Ilo.iiing 10101 on the front w heel and
.1 t'. o-piston, direct mount caliper.
2-'1 min. stainle.ss steel. fixed rotor
oni the rear
M\i test Buell 11 25R was particu-
Lirl', appealing in its Midnight


Black and Diamond Blue paint
scheme. The base price was
$1 1.995. while the price as-tested
came to $14,073.
SUMMARY: The Buell I 125R is
an incredible riding machine that
lives up to its claim of putting the
rider first. I have to point out how-
ever, that not every rider is the
same. Those riders %\ho are more
than 6'2" will probably experience a
strain on their wrists, along with a
probable neck aching following ex-
tended jaunts. Riders who are
shorter will find riding the Buell
1125R a pleasurable experience
%without the aforementioned dis-
comforts. Despite the fact that at
6'4" 1 wasn't totally at home on the
bike. I still managed to enjoy and
appreciate it many positive quali-
ties.
The bike requires warming up its
Rotax motor to at least 145 degrees
before taking off, and then. the
power band extends across a very
broad range, particularly in the
higher gears, which are reached
smoothly in either the up or down
direction. Clutch effort is minimal
and acceleration is awesome, as are
the riding and handling characteris-
tics. The ride quality is surprisingly
compliant for a bike in this category,
and directional stability inspires
confidence through the twisties. The
1125R displays a near perfect bal-
ance and tracks exceptionally well
%without requiring undue steering
force.
Long rides would certainly bene-
fit from more padding in the saddle
and self-canceling turn signals
would be a plus. as well for rider
comfort and convenience. A taller
windscreen for taller riders is a nice
available option. Despite these eas-
ily correctible issues, the 1125R is,
without doubt, the best Buell ever.
It is certainly worth considering
when shopping for a sport bike.

Copyright, Motor Matters, 2008


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Johnson
from page 8D

Hornish Jr. -25, Sadler -45,
Robby Gordon -48, Smith -49
and Nemechek -127.
Lap 242 Jeff Gordon takes
the lead again. Lap 247 Biffle
pits under green flag. Lap 250
(halfway) your top 20 drivers
are Jeff Gordon, Johnson, Ed-
wards, McMurray, Earnhardt
Jr., Stewart, Hamlin, Truex Jr.,
Harvick, Vickers, Bowyer,
Mears, Burton, Reutimann,
Ragan, Sorenson, Newman,
Kvapil, Kenseth and Elliott.
YELLOW FLAG lap 258.
We first see Raines blow a tire
in turn three but continues on
with no caution, Paul Menard
same issue in turn two then
Labonte and Raines connect,
causing Labonte to spin out in
turn 2.
The leaders head to pit
road. Gilliland is the lucky
dog. Johnson is the winner out
of pit road followed by Jeff
Gordon, Edwards, Earnhardt
Jr. and McMurray.
GREEN FLAG lap 268 as
Johnson and Jeff Gordon lead
the two rows of drivers back
to racing. Lap 269 Earnhardt
has to contend with two driv-
ers on his inside as they head
into turn three. Earnhardt
makes it through with just a
tap from behind by Almirola.
Lap 273 Jeff Gordon takes
the lead once again. Lap 275
your top 10 drivers are Jeff
Gordon, Johnson, Edwards,
McMurray, Earnhardt Jr.,
Stewart, Hamlin, Truex Jr.,
Vickers and Bowyer.
Lap 282 some of the drivers
that have fallen off of the pace
from the start of the event are
- Harvick from 6th back to
13th, Burton 2nd to 18th, Bif-
fle 3rd to 27th, Kyle Busch
9th to 34th, Kahne from 14th
to 37th, Kurt Busch from 19th
to 38th and Sadler from 22nd
to 42nd.
Lap 292 Johnson passes
Gordon again for the lead.
Lap 298 Reutimann pushes
out big time and takes his car
to pit road. It looks like he hit
the wall pretty hard and may
have a right side tire going
down.
Lap 300 (200 to go) your
top 20 drivers are Johnson,
Jeff Gordon, Edwards, Mc-
Murray, Earnhardt Jr., Stew-
art, Hamlin, Truex Jr.,
Vickers, Mears, Bowyer, Har-
vick, Ragan, Sorenson, New-
man, Kenseth, Montoya,
Burton, Waltrip and All-
mendinger. So far we have
seen 12 lead changes among 6
leaders and 8 cautions for 50
laps. 24 drivers remain on the
lead lap.
Lap 310 Johnson and Gor-
don are tied up in lapped traf-
fic. Add to the list of lap down
drivers Biffle -1, Gilliland -1,
Schrader -1, Almirola -1, Mc-
Cumbee -1, Labonte -2, Re-
utimann -2, Menard -2, Kyle
Busch -3, Speed -3, Raines -5,
Bliss -10, Kahne -17, Hornish
Jr. -26, Kurt Busch -28,
Robby Gordon -49, Smith -
50, Sadler -66 and Nemechek
-211.
Lap 320 Kurt Busch blows
another right side tire. Lap
329 for the last 10 or 15 laps
we have seen Earnhardt Jr.,
Jeff Gordon, Edwards, Mc-
Murray and Hamlin get waded
up with lap down drivers and
some times we have been see-
ing three wide, which is not
good here. Lap 332 Newman
hits the outside wall of turn
three.
Lap 336 Harvick bangs into
the back of Bowyer, Bowyer
is loose after that but saves the
car. Lap 342 Jeff Gordon had
slipped back to 5th as Earn-
hardt Jr. moved up to 3rd.
Lap 349 Kyle Busch is on
pit road with a flat tire for a
second time today. Lap 350
your top 20 drivers are John-
son, Edwards, Earnhardt Jr.,
McMurray, Vickers, Jeff Gor-
don, Hamlin, Stewart, Mears,
Truex Jr., Ragan, Bowyer,
Harvick, Sorenson, Burton,
Kenseth, Montoya, All-


mendinger,' Elliott and Wal-
trip.
Lap 358 Earnhardt Jr. put-
ting a lot of pressure on the
back of Edwards for 2nd
place. Lap 362 Stewart blows
a tire and brings his car to pit
road. Lap 364 we hear teams
talking about green flag pit
stops in about 15 laps. Lap
371 Jeff Gordon slips back to
6th as Vickers moves up to 4th
as he passed Gordon and Mc-
Murray. Lap 373 Earnhardt
still working on Edwards.
Lap 375 you top ten drivers
are Johnson, Edwards, Earn-


hardt Jr., Vickers, McMurray,
Hamlin, Jeff Gordon, Mears,
Ragan and Truex Jr. Lap 378
Vickers takes over 3rd from
Earnhardt Jr. Lap 380 Kurt
Busch blows yet another tire
and limps around the track
trying to get around to pit
road. He can't get into pit
road, so...
YELLOW FLAG lap 382
for the issue. Allmendinger is
the lucky dog. The leaders
head to pit road. Johnson's
jackman slips loosing a sec-
ond, but Johnson is able to
stay in front as the drivers
head back to the track. Ed-
wards is second, Earnhardt Jr.
3rd, McMurray 4th and Vick-
ers 5th.
GREEN FLAG lap 388 as
Johnson leads the two rows of
drivers back up to speed. It
looks like the start of the race
with all the lapped down driv-
ers on the inside race line.
Lap 395 Earnhardt all over
Edwards for 2nd place. Lap
397 trouble for McMurray as
something in the back of the
car broke. He takes the car to
the garage.
Lap 400 (100 to go) your
top 20 drivers are Johnson,
Edwards, Earnhardt Jr., Jeff
Gordon, Hamlin, Vickers,
Ragan, Mears, Harvick, Truex
Jr., Burton, Bowyer, Kenseth,
Sorenson, Allmendinger,
Montoya, Elliott, Biffle, Wal-
trip and Kvapil. So far we
have seen 12 lead changes
among 7 leaders and 9 cau-
tions for 57 laps. 15 drivers
remain on the lead lap.
90 to go Earnhardt looks
like he is getting tired waiting
for Edwards to make a mis-
take. He keeps looking to the
inside of Edwards car. After a
few laps Earnhardt takes over
2nd place from Edwards.
So with this move, where
are the Chase leaders in
points? Johnson is on top with
6073 as the leader of today's
race, Burton.back into 2nd in
points with 5939 in 11th, Bif-
fle 5903 in 19th, Edwards
5875 in 3rd, Bowyer 5820 in
12th, Harvick 5809 in 9th, Jeff
Gordon 5798 in 4th, Stewart
5741 in 24th, Earnhardt Jr.
5694 in 2nd, Hamlin 5653 in
5th, Kenseth 5642 in 13th and
Kyle Busch 5619 in 32nd.
75 to go Earnhardt closes in
on Johnson for the lead about
2 seconds back. Your top 10
drivers are Johnson, Earnhardt
Jr., Edwards, Jeff Gordon,
Hamlin, Vickers, Mears,
Ragan, Harvick and Truex Jr.
68 to go Burton on the in-
side of Truex Jr. for 10th
place. 65 to go Earnhardt Jr.
closes the gap to 1.5 seconds.
62 to go Kyle Busch is on pit
road once again with another
flat.
60 to go 14 drivers remain
on the lead lap. Kyle Busch is
now 7 laps down. 58 to go
both Johnson and Earnhardt
Jr. are getting tied up in traf-
fic as we still see Earnhardt
closes in on Johnson to reduce
the gap to 1.2 seconds.
50 to go as we see the top
20 drivers of Johnson, Earn-
hardt Jr., Edwards, Jeff Gor-
don, Hamlin, Vickers, Mears,
Ragan, Harvick, Truex Jr.,
Kenseth, Burton and Bowyer
on the lead lap with Sorenson,
Allmendinger, Montoya, El-
liott Biffle and Waltrip a lap
down.
46 to go Stewart brings his
car to pit road with another
flat tire. Earnhardt had closed
in on Johnson as he was get-
ting tangled up in lapped traf-
fic. No Lucky Dog. Johnson is
the leader out of pit road fol-
lowed by Earnhardt Jr., Ed-
wards, Jeff Gordon, Vickers
and Hamlin.
Burton had issues getting
into his pit and the crew is
ruled to be working outside
the pitbox which will force
Burton to come back onto pit
road. Kenseth stays out to
gain the lead. This will not
work in most cases. Look for
Kenseth to fall back in posi-
tions after a few laps. Biffle is
on the tail end of the lead lap
in front of Kenseth.


GREEN FLAG 33 to go.
Biffle is in front of Kenseth.
31 to go Johnson on the inside
of Kenseth to take the lead. 30
to go Earnhardt Jr. on the in-
side if Kenseth to take 2nd. 28
to go Johnson has to contend
with Biffle, which allows
Earnhardt Jr. to close in.
27 to go Edwards working
on Kenseth for 3rd place. 25
to go as your top ten drivers
are Johnson, Earnhardt Jr.,
Edwards, Kenseth, Jeff Gor-
don, Hamlin, Vickers, Mears,
Harvick and Ragan.
23 to go Jeff Gordon on the
\


inside of Kenseth for 4th
place. Johnson running his
fastest laps of the day. John-
son leads Earnhardt Jr. by 1.3
seconds.
20 to go Johnson has clear
air in front to keep his lead on
Earnhardt Jr.
YELLOW FLAG with 15 to
go as Mears works on Hamlin
for 5th place. Gilliland has a
tire cut.,on the back stretch,
which send him into the out-
side turn 3 wall. Biffle is the
lucky dog and the leaders stay
on the track.
GREEN FLAG with 8 to go
Johnsoififid Earnhardt and no
lap down drivers to deal with.
Johnson gets a good run in
turns one and two.
7 to go Edwards looking on
the inside of Earnhardt Jr. for
2nd place.
5 to go Johnson leads by al-
most 1 second over Earnhardt
Jr.
4 to go Earnhardt has his
hands full of Edwards.
3 to go Ragan is hit coming
out of turn four by Kenseth,
tries to recover but cannot by
turn 1 and spins out. This will
set up a green-white-
checkered finished.
GREEN FLAG as Earn-
hardt Jr. has his last chance to
take the win on Johnson. Out
of turn two Johnson had a big
jump on the field.
WHITE FLAG as Johnson
leads by three cars lengths.
Out of turn four...
Johnson takes another win
at Martinsville. Johnson wins
by %s of a second. Your top
10 drivers of the event are
Johnson, Earnhardt Jr., Ed-
wards, Jeff Gordon, Hamlin,
Mears, Harvick, Kenseth,
Bowyer and Truex Jr.
Johnson led the most laps
with 339, Jeff Gordon led 57,
Almirola 53, McMurray 37,
Biffle 9, Kenseth 8 and Riggs
1.
* We saw a total of 14 lead
changes among 7 drivers, 12
cautions for 76 laps and 13 of
the 43 drivers finished on the
lead lap.
Leaving this race the unof-
ficial points chase is Johnson
the leader with 6073 with the
race win, Biffle jumps ahead
of Burton by three points to
5924 to finish 12th, Burton


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$6,000.(352) 382-1895
CENTURY
'01- Bay, 21ft.
'02, 150HP Yamahaw/
trir, custom cover
dep/flnd, VHF, Iw hrs.,
like new, $14,900.
(352) 442-7772
HURRICANE
'01, Deckboat, 20ft.,
115HP, stroke Yamaha,
w/ trir. excel, cond.
$15,900. (352) 503-3778
JON BOAT
16', 30 HP Merc. T/T.
Blmlnl, Trir, FF, Trol.Mtr.,
Xtras, Excel. cond.
$2,950 obo 746-4160
KEY WEST 225
'05 Walk, T-top, 225
Yahama 4 strk, trailer,
LOADED PERFECT
$31,550. 352-527-4341
OSPREY
1994 16ft, GREAT
FISHING SOATI 88 HP
Evinrude, electronics,
$5000. 352-621-4711
PONTOON
'03, 25' SUN TRACKER,
'05 90hp Merc, low hrs.
fresh bottom paint, VHF
alum. deck, tandem trr.
cust. dive platform
$12,500.352-586-1676


0 Boats

PONTOON
25' 50 hp Johnson
MUSTSEEllNo Trailer
$3900 (352) 794-0267
PONTOON
.Sylvan 20' Yamaha T50
TLRC Engine Uke New
40hrs. Playpen Cover
port-o-patty, extras
$14,900
(352) 628-0281
PROLINE
03 32ft center
consolebunk under,
twin OB 160 hrs. like
new, loaded, Inci trial
may consider newer
Corvette as part
trade $62K
(352) 201-1833
PROLINE
W/CUTTY
'95, 20' 120 HP
Merc. Dep/flnd.
Radio, fish rigging.
Includes trallor.
Good cond.$6,900.
Call Pete @
(352) 746-4969
SEA ERA
'98 -19ft, 115hp John-
son, C console, color
fish flnder/radio/gps.
$7500. 352-503-3236
SEAHUNT
2007, 21FT, center
console. 150 Yamaha
GPS, Take over pymts
(352) 344-5561
WELLCRAFT
20FT, 1988, OMC
SeaDrive 140HP eng.
must sell, $2,000 (352)
400-3243 277-8857
Recreational
Vehicles
ALUMSCAPE
'03 32' 2 slides self
contained, Furn'd
Lots of extras. $23k
obo. (727) 243-5110
ENDEAVOR
38' T/Axle '98 Slide. In-
cludes 99 Jeep
Wrangler $47,500obo
352-637-5149 or
352-586-3090
FOUR WINDS
'03, Hurricane 30Q,
class A motor home,
31Y/ ft., 20k ml. V10
gas, ducted rf. air,
onan 4K gen,, qn
bed, etc. Saturn tow
Avail. $35,000. Lets
talk (352) 397-5007
GOLF CART
'05 Club Car
President, electric, 48
Volt. W/'07 batteries.
$2,700.(352) 465-7940
GULFSTREAM
05 BT Crulser(Class B)
Chevy V -8 6.0 L 22 ft.
18k ml. exccond
Consumers Best Buy
$28K 352-628-5412


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in 3rd, Bowyer 5831 in 9th, in 26th, Earnhardt Jr. 5694 in
Harvick 5817 in 7th, Jeff Gor- 2nd, Kenseth 5665 in 8th,


Hamlin 5653 in 5th and Kyle
Busch 5628 in 29th.
4 more races to go!


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o Recreational |
Vehicles
Holiday Rambler
'03, By Monico, 300
Cummins, 2 slides,
Incl. tow vehicle,
mint cond. $79,900.
(352) 302-7073
Holiday Rambler
Admiral Motor Home 36'
2 slides, 340hp, gas eng.
all options transf ext.
warr. $56,900
352 795-3970
ITASCA NAVION
'06 24FT, Mercedes die-
sel, Class C. Good mpg,
low ml, 1, slide, loaded.
$57,995. 352-464-0371
PACE ARROW
04, 38' 3 SLIDES
21k ml fully loaded
3 tv's $92,500 abo
352-302-0743
PACE ARROW
'98 Fleetwood 38ft
Fully loaded, 1-slide,
low miles. MUST.SELL
$42K. 352-621-0804
WINNEBAGO
'96 Itasca Suncrulser, 34',
1 slide, Exc. Cond.
17K Miles $23,000
(352) 465-3203 After 5
Io Campers/
1, Travel Trailers
COACHMAN
'00, 5th Wheel Travel
Trailer, CD/ Stereo
slide out, clean,
$9000.(352) 503-5446
KODIAK
'04, Hybrid Travel Trir.
AC, Heat, Micro. Tub/
Shwer, toilet exccond
$9,500. 352-564-4151
Montana
'03, 5th wheel, 3 slides
like new,$34,000.
Truck avail also for
tow (352) 422-5731
ROCKWOOD
'06, 31FT, 2 slides.
Sleeps 9, Smoke tree.
Lots of extras, $19,900
(352) 400-1257
STARCRAFT
POP-UP 02, Model
1701L, a/c. 3 way Frlg.
Awning, Exc.Cond
$3250.(352) 249-3263

2 Cars"
ACURA.
04 3.5RL leather 42k
ml. loaded,
moonroof, nav. all
options $19,995
352-422-2960
BMW
'03, 745 LI, excel.
cond. NAV, black,
sun rf. all opt. Must
Sell, Order New one
(352) 746-2696


IS Cars |
BUICK
'95 Park Ave, 4 dr. 3.8
V6, leather, 124K ml,
great shape. Loaded
$2500. 352-341-0247
CADILLAC
DeVille, 1995. Estate
Car. White, Very
Clean. $4,200.00.
(352)795-4500.
CADILLAC XLR
'06, Convertible. Blue
w/white leather. Low mi-
les. 352-795-0956
CHEVROLET
02, Corvette, Z06,
Black, low ml., over 30
mpg hwy. $24,400.
(352) 613-5355
CHRYSLER
2006 Paclflca
LIKE NEW. MUST SELL
$15,300
352-489-3507
CHRYSLER
PT Cruiser '06, Convtbl
4k MI, Loaded Uke
New $12,000.
352-527-6988
ask for John
Chrysler
Sebring Convy. 98,
1 ownergar kept
mint 43km .loaded
$5750(352) 228-1267
DODGE
03 INTREPID. 4 dr,
low ml. White $3995
Larry's Auto Sales
(352) 564-8333
HONDA
'03, Civic EX, Tan
4 Dr., 31K MI. Auto
Alarm, Asking $11,500
352-464-2410
KIA
'04 Amantl, 38K ml.
Leather, loaded. Mid-
night Blue. $10,200
Obo. 352-382-3269
MERCURY
'97, Sable GS, V-6,
Auto, 126K, Fully
loaded Cold AC.
Exc. Cond. $1,900
(352) 453-7326
MGB
Convertible 1977, 57k
ml. Blue, many xtras
Excellent Condition
$10,500(352) 628-0281
OLDSMOBILE
'83, 98 Regency
MUST SELLI $1500
Good cond.
352-628-7983
PONTIAC
'98 Sunflre, 4dr., 4 cyl.
auto, looks &runs
good. $1,575.
352-637-5394
S Classic
Vehicles
'67 CUTLASS
Convertible V8. Will
consider trade In part.
352-621-0182
727-422-4433:


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Vehicles |
CAMARO Z 2)
'88 Red, LT -1 eng.
PS./PB. Cold A.C.
62,000 MI. Great
Condition. $7,900.
Camaro Z 28, '79
Black 4 spd. super
T-10Tran. Cam.more,
Must see $7,500.
(352) 422-5663
CHEROLET
'94, Camaro Z28,
convertible, black w/
LT1 eng. runs & drives
great $5,750
(352) 382-7001
FORD
1955 F 100 PICK UP Hot
Rod 350 eng ,BLk
CHERRY COLOR $9,500
OBO. 352-302-0743
FORD
1955 F 100 PICK UP Hot
Rod 350 eng ,BLk
CHERRY COLOR $9,500
OBO. 352-302-0743
GTO
1967, The real deal,
older restoration, just out
of storage $25K or trade
(352) 621-0666
JEEP
72CJ5 -304 V8,
35x1250 tires, head-
ers, Edelbrock man &
carb, low gears. New
paint In/out & more.
90% comp.$6000/obo
352-341-0952
MERCEDES
'72, 350SL, both tops.
$7,900 or Trade
(352) 586-8576

Trucks

03 TOYOTA TUN-
DRA Limited 57k
GREAT ON GAS
$13200
352-601-7164 leave
a message.
'94 CHEVY
Ext. cab, 8 ft 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
CHEVY
2003 Sllverado
78k miles, $5200
(352) 563-2977
CHEVY
'97, Suburban 1500.
Great condition.
$4,500 OO0.
(352) 586-7126
DODGE
'04, Dakota, 4.7 V8,
5spd., manual, 33K
ml., loaded, new tires,
20MPG town,$9,999
(352) 465-9106


FORD
'04, F150, Super Cab,
original owner,
mechanically perfect
$11,400 352-746-5157
FORD
'99 F150 XL,V6, auto, air,
am/fr, bedllner. 120k.
$2,900. 352-503-6348 or
287-9215
Ford
'99, F350 4x4, 7.3
diesel/Auto. 5 wh. hitch,
Aux.100 Gal. tank.110k
Mil.$1 1,500
(352) 382-2272
GMC
'05 Sierra 2500SLT,4x4,
Crew cab, duramax
45K ml.$23,000.banks.
klt(352)560-3685
ISUZU
'94, New tires, brakes,
exhaust System. Re-
mote, am/fm/CD
5 spd.great work
truck, excel. on Gas
$3,000 abo.
(352) 726-9724
IoSport/Utlity|
S Vehicles

AZTEK
Pontiac 04 Low
miles, loaded Full
financing/warranty
1-877-566-6686
ID#30883:
352-726-5715
Yukon
'04, GMC. SLT 67K. Mi.
$13,000.
(352) 382-5787



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

0 Vans |

Dodge
'85 3/4 Ton, cargo
van. One owner.
Fresh trans.$1,400
(352) 212-5117
FORD
'98 Windstar,
Good cond. new
tires, 7 passenger
$2,600(352) 860-0319

ATVs

HONDA
'03 Rancher. 350cc,
4wdr, 5spd + reverse.
Climbs mountains &
tows heavy loads.
$5300/or trade.,352-
563-0615 Crystal River


% Motorcycles

'01 HD ROADKING
Fact. custom. Hi perf.
Over $43,000 In receipts.
17k ml. $15k/ trade
352-563-0615 Crystal
River
'04 HONDA
CBR100ORR. New tires.
garaged, 4800ml,. Adult
driven. $7,500/ obo.
352-746-4521
Harley Davidson
'07, 1200 XL, Low
Sporster, 528 ml.
$2,000. Cash + Fin.
Bal. owned $9,527.00
352-628-9141
HARLEY DAVIDSON
1998 Ultra Classic
Green/Black. Corbin
Seat
Very good condition.
$9500.00
352 746-6264
Harley Davidson
2005, XL 1200 Custom.
Under 7k ml.Screamin
Eagle Performance Pkg
& more. Garkept $7500
(352) 209-7495
Harley Davidson
'81 Shovelhead, 80'.
completely serviced,
good shape. Ex.
access. $6,495. abo
352-746-7655;
726-4109
HARLEY DAVIDSON
'86 1100 Sportster.
Runs greatLow
mlleage.Extra's,3 gal
tank,original leather
bags,etc.Must sell
due to
health.$3,500.00 obo.
352-860-2156
Harley Davidson
Heritage Softtall '94
Aqua & sliver 5k ml.
Exc. Cond. $9,500
(352) 795-1615
HARLEY
DAVIDSON
Sporster 883 Low 08
Vivid Black, 1,350 mile
price $7000,o ab
352-795-4654
SCOOTER
'05, 650 Bergman 5000K
MI. Powerful,
fast & fun. Loaded,
like new. $5,900.50
(352) 637-6046
SCOOTER 2007
Kymco People S200
Perfect condition, like
new with Service
Manual and 4x7 cus-
tom utility trailer for
scooter (used once)
scooter and trailer
"Black"
$3,200. Firm call for
appointment
352 344-3969


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