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Title: Citrus County chronicle
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
Publication Date: March 28, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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Subject: Newspapers -- Inverness (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Citrus -- Inverness
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 48, no. 51 (June 8, 1939).
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Volume ID: VID01566
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Inexperience and an improperly an-
chored boat led to the death of Will
Bleakley and two others on a fishing trip
last month, authorities said.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Con-
servation Commission released a report
Friday of their investigation into the
boating accident.


The vessel, which departed Feb. 28
from Clearwater, was also carrying two
NFL players, Corey Smith and Marquis
Cooper. The other passenger was Nick
Schuyler, a former University of South
Florida football teammate of Bleakley's
- a Crystal Rivrer High School graduate.
Schuyler was the only one to survive
the accident. -
FWC investigator James Manson~be-
lieves the men made critical mistakes
that led the boat to capsize in the rough


waters that weekend.
The men had sent the day fishi g
about 50 miles west of Clearwater in
rough seas. Byr about 5:30 p.m., the men
decided to pull the anchor up and leave,
only the anchor was stuck to something
at the bottom.
Cooper, who owned the boat, had
spent the weekend before fishing and
had the anchor stuck on the rocky bot~

See MISTAK(ES/Page A4


CRISY LOFTIS
chronicl olie.com
Chironicle .
Cold wcraves crashed onto
the bodies of four men
strulggl ing to ba la nce on the


hull of their capsized boat
viOnlyhone ofdthe men sur-
Now, the! story of survivor
Nick Schuyler, along with
evidence from the recov-
See BLEAKLEY/Page A4



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CHRls VAN ORMER
evanormer@
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Chronticle

Another 167 Citrus County
residents lost their jobs in
February as the country's job-
less rate jumped from 11.4
percent to 11.6 percent, and
the state's rate went to 9.4
percent, up from: 8.8 percent
in January.
Against this depressing sta-
tistic, 255 more people in Cit-
rus County became
employed. But another 422
people joining the labor force
offset this figure.
"What is happening is peo-
ple who are living in Citrus
but working in Hernando and
Marion counties are being
laid off and are claiming
here," said Randy Welker, ex-
ecutive director of the. Citrus
County Economic Develop-
ment Council. "We are actu-
ally incTreSing jobs."
Another way unemploy-,
ment claims show up in Cit-
rus County- statistics when
te amant i'snot aessd nt,
ployment agency hires spe-
cial skills workers from out of
state to waklat such plaea
Power Plant. When the con-
tract ends, the worker may
applyr for unemployment ben-
efits in the county.
"Other places are not in-
creasing -in jobs as we are
here," Welker said. "It's bet-
ter in Citrus County than it is
in some of the other coun-
ties."
Although the county's labor
force has risen from 58,996 in
January to 59,418 in Febru-
ary, an increase of 422 peo-
ple, those people claiming
unemployment rose from
6,743 in January to 6,910 in
February, an increase of 167
people. In January, 52,253
people were employed in the
county, but the number rose
to 52,508 ih February, an in-
crease in jobs of 255.
Figures released F~iday by
the State of Florida Agency
for Workforce Innovation
showed that the February
2009 unemployment rate for
the state is the highest since
April 1976, when the rate also
See JOBLESS/Page A2


The newg~uy
John Scott takes the pulpit
at First Chnistian Church in
Inverness./Page C1 '
WEEKEND VNMTS:
Speed, reading
This weekend's events offer
a variety of treats to sink
your teeth into./Page B6
F.ARTH HOUR 2009*


BRIAN LaPETER/Chronicle
Ann Marie Lohr, 74, has been twirling the baton since her days as a drum majorette in high school. Last summer the
part-time Crystal River resident was inducted into the New York State Baton Twirling Hall of Fame.

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NANCY KENNEDY
nkennedy@chronicleonline.com

he's never broken a win-
dow, but Ann Marie Lohr
has broken a few things
in the living room and
bopped herself on the
head once or twice with a baton. -
At 74, Lohr can still twirl with the
best of them. Last summer, the part.
time Crystal River resident was in-
ducted into the New York State
Baton Tw~irling Hall of Fame.
"I don't twirl anymore, except to
show my 11 great-grandchildren," '
she said. "It's not as popular as it
used to be."
Fifty-some years ago, however,
when Lohr began, baton twirling
was big. She recalled groups that
met to compete and march in pa-
rades,
In those days, she said, there were
few sporting activities for girls. Ii-
stead, girls went out for cheerlead-
ing or drill team or baton twirling.
Lohr was a drum maidrefte in:, -
high school and college and stitrted
her own twirling group in her par.
ents' garage, which they converted
into a studio.


"But all of a sudden the laws
changed," she said, "and when girls
went into sports, twirling teams (de-
clined)."
Lohr's group was called the Long
Island (New York) 'Twirlerettes. Back
in the 1960s and '70s, she directed
more thari 100 girls. They won more ~
than 500 trophies in national as well
as Canadian competitions.
"We were in a lot of TV shows -
'The Fred Waring Show,''rThe Voice
of Firestone.' One of my~ girls w~on
the Ted M/ack's '(Original) Amateur
Hour,"' she said.
They met singer Teresa Brewer at
baton twirling camp. Brewver had
come for a vacation while Lohr's
group was there and they invited
Brewer's kids to march and twirl
with them.
"Also, Dauny Davis, a choreogra-
pher on Broadway, when he was


doing 'The Tap Dance Kid' I trained
some of his dancers," she said.
For old movie buffs, if you look
closely while watching "Beau
James," starring Bob Hope, there's a
scene where Hope is mayor of New
York, presiding over a parade.
Iti the actual parade, the famous
New York City Saint Patrickss Day
Parade up Fifth Avenue, the
ITwirlerettes marched that year. It
was snowing and they had to stuff
newspapers inside their jackets to
keep warm.
The movie was set in the 1920s, a
time when there were no twirling
teams,Tohr said.
"We were wearing our i~ed and
white uniforms and they shot us
from the top of a skyscraper," she
said. "They chose us because they
said our hines were so straight. In
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Ann
Marie
Lohr
says
twirling
baon
and
torh of
exer-
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have
kept
her
healthy
and in
shape.
BRIAN
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"Who's Who in Baton
Twirlingg"
She gave up twirling 15
years ago when she moved to
her part-time home in Citrus
County. The rest of the year
she lives in Callicoon, N.Y.

ally mis itgrse attid of hr
years of baton twirling.
However, she continues to
stay active.
"Now I play golf and tennis
and do Jazzercise six days a
week," she said. "I love
Jazzercise. A lot of the move-
ments are the same as
twirling."
Jazzercise instructor Co-
lette Nichols-Watson called


Lohr a remarkable lady.
"I talk about her jall the
time; I feel like I'm her
biggest advocate," she said.
"She loves to stay active and
wants people her age to know
how important that is."
'IRSpired to perspire
Lohr said baton twirling is
in the past, but not staying
healthy.
"I'd love to be an inspira-
tion to somebody," she Jsaid.
"It's sad that so many women
my age aren't active: I hiope I
can show them that you don't
have to ~fall apart at the
seams, and you can look good
afid feel good." .


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quick -you only see us fr~om
th to so yu can't tell we
Lohr said baton twirling is
more an art than a sport, al-
though it takes great dexter-
ity and poise, and it's helpful
for developing good posture.
Lohr was the first presi-
dent of the United States
'TwNirling Assciation, ran her
own contests anid camps,
raised money for scholar-
ships and was elected to

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RECORD

NATURE COAST EMS
RECORD OF CALL
March 15 to 21, 2009
MNature Coast EMS re-
Ssponded to 437 medical
emergencies and 302 pa-
tients were transported to
a hospital.
Out of the 437 medical
'emergency calls, based
on the caller's informa-
tion, 257 required an
emergency response
(with lights and siren) to
the scene.
M Average emergency re-
sponse time was 7 min-
utes and 18 seconds.
A 40 of the patients trans-
ported required an emer-
gency response to the
hospital (where sec-
onds/minutes may affect
the patient outcome).
CRITICAL CALLS
4 Codes (Cardiac Ar-
rests).
A 2 Cardiac Alerts.
4 Stroke Alerts.
4 Trauma Alerts (major or
potentially major trauma
injuries).
TYPES OF CALLS
Care level provided for
calls:
M 35 BLS (Basic Life Sup-
port).
262 ALS (Advanced Life
Support).
5 5 ALS2 (Critical Ad-
vanced Life Support).
M Average calls per day:
62.4.
Average transports per
day: 43.0.


WEEKLY LINEUP
Nearly a dozen medical
poiressiomal sc tribute
columns in Health &
Life./Tuesdays
Read up on all things
school-related in the
Chronicle's Education
section./Wednesdays
a Plan menus for the week

reies r thmp Fr for
Food section./Thursdays
Get a jump on weekend
entertainment with the
stories In Scene./Fridays
a See what local houses of
worship plan to do for
the week in the Religion
section./Saturdays
Read about area busi-
nesses in the Business
section./Sundays
a Pick up tips for home
improvement, saving
money and cashing In on
antiques in HomeFront.
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Veal was being held on a
$20,000 bond and has since
been' released.
In February 2000, Veal, who
was an officer at the time, was ar-
rested on charges that he loaded
images of child pornography onto
Sa computer disc that he then put
into a police department-issued
laptop computer in his patrol car.
SHe was fired and arrested 'on
child pomography charges.
The Chronicle did not publish
information about the arrest ear-
lier, because the information was
unavailable.
Sheriffs spokeswoman Gal
Tiemey said the booking photos
of current and former law en-
forcement officers are not public
record. When Veal's arrest was
entered into the sheriffs com-
puter system to be published
with all county arrests online, the
system dismissed the arrest be-
cause a photo was not included.
Group to join land
conservation coalition
By resolution of the Board of
Directors, the Amy H. Remley
Foundation elected to join forces
with the Florida Forever Coalition.
See the foundation's Web site
at www.amyhrf.org for informa-
tion. Click on the education sec-
tion. The Coalition Web site can
be viewed at www.support-
floridaforever.org. A list of coali-
tion supporters can be viewed at
www, supportforidaforever.org/su
pporters.
Loc ispo ts ow
to feature girls tennis
The Citrus County middle
schools girls tennis champi-
onship will be featured on this .
Week's Sports Spotlight show on
WYKE TV.
Mike Deem, Stan Solovich,


Dennis Jenkins and Rocky
Hen'sley conduct interviews each
week with coaches and athletes
of Citrus County high school
sports teams. Sports Spotlight
can be seen at 8 p.m. Thursday,
3 p.m. Friday, and 3:30 p.m. Sat-
urday on Bright House cable
channel 16.
Man charged in
laser light case
Authorities arrested a Beverly
.Hills man Thursday because
they believe he pointed a green
laser light at the Citrus County
Sheriffs Office helicopter while it
was flying.
Van Buren Vickery, 48, of 64
S. Desoto St., Beverly Hills, was
arrested on a charge of misusing
a later light.
.According to the sheriffs ar-
rest report, at about 10 p.m. a
deputy was told someone was
pointing a laser light at the heli-
copter from 64 South Desoto.
Vickery was found outside the
house with two laser lights on a
table beside him. Vickery denied
shining the lights at the helicop-
ter. He wnas arrested and was
being held on a $2,000 bond.




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Because of a computer pro-
gram error, Melonie Haag, presi-
dent of the Realtors Association
of Citrus County, said information
given to the Chronicle for Fri-
day's story on Page A1, "Home
sales jump," contained some in-
accuracies. The number of
homes sold in the county last
month was 134, and about 3,000
homes are on the market.



A news brief on Page A2 of Fri-
day's Chronicle, "Free items avail-
able at jamboree," contained
incorrect information. The Spot
Family Jam is Saturday, April 4, at
Jim LeGrone Park, Crystal River.
The Chronicle regrets the .
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Crystal River crews
to smoke test sewer .
Crystal River's public works
crews will begin smoke testing
sewer lines in the city for breaks
and other defects.
The smoke emitted from vent
stacks on houses or holes in the
ground is white to gray in color,
non-toxic, non-staining, odorless
and not a fire hazard.
Residents should pour a gal-
lon of water into each floor drain
prior to testing. If smoke enters
the home, evacuate the building
and call 795-3199 or 795-4216,
ext. 314.
Call the number above if any-
one in your home has respiratory
problems or is immobile.
Testing begins Monday.
Water officials rescind
boil water notice
The precautionary boil water
notice issued Tuesday in the
area of Chassahowitzka has
been rescinded.
Call 527-7650 for additional in-
formation or clarification.
Former C ystal River
police officer arrested
A former Crystal River Police
officer was arrested March 16,
because he did not have infor-
mation on his driver license in
reference to his sexual offender
status,
Charles Raleigh Veal Jr., 44,
559 N.W. Eighth Ave., Crystal
River, was arrested by the Citrus
County Sheriffs Office on a
charge of failing to obtain the
proper sex offender designation
on his license..The arrest was
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boat's stern below the sur-
face, throwing the men into
the water,
The boat capsized.
"It is a mistake that is prob-
ably made every day," Man-
son said.
The men should have cut
the line, Manson said. If that
had happened, the tragedy
would have been avoided.
Moving the anchor line
from the bow to the stern in-
creases the likelihood of the
boat being swamped with
water or capsizing, Manson
said.
If a boater is trying to re-
lease an anchor, the best idea
is to leave the anchor at-
teched ~to the bow and to
slowly circle around several
times. .If that doesn't work,
boaters should cut the line,
Manson said.


Boaters should also be sure
to leave enough slack in an
anchor line to compensate
for conditions on top of the
water. A tight line can 'lead to
the boat being pulled under-
water,
Bleakley's fathei', Bob
Bleakley, said after reading
the FWC report Friday that it
should remind everyone that
accidents can, happen and
everyone can make mistakes.
"It just reinforces hiow safe
y;ou have to be on the water,"
Bleakley said.
He hopes boaters; will
carry emergency position-in-
dicating radio beacons
(EPIRBs) that sends a dis-
tress signal when boaters are
in trouble. Bleakleg ~said the
device could hav4 .helped
save his son's, and the :other
men's, lives.


Courtesy of Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission
Rescuers get ready to tow Marquis Cooper's boat to shore after turning it upright earlier this
.month. Three men died, including Crystal River High graduate Will Bleakley, when the boat cap-
sized Feb. 28 in the Gulf of Mexico.


the boat's size that led to the fatal
accident, but rather issues with the
anchor.
At about 5:30 p.m. the men tried
lifting the boat's anchor to head
home, only the anchor was stuck.
Rather than cutting it loose, the
men decided to attach the anchor
line to the back of the boat and try
pulling the anchor loose by throt-
tling the motor.
The decision was a bad one,
The anchor line was too short.
When the boat lurched forward the
tight anchor pulled the back of the
boat beneath the water. The men
were thrown from the boat and the
entire vessel capsized. "
Bleakley, the best swimmer of the
fouir, was able to retrieve three life
jackets and a thurowable flotation de-
vice from beneath the boat.
He gave the life jackets to his
friends, according~to the report
The four spent their time strug-
gling to stay on top of the hull,


which sunk from their weight, put-
ting then in water up to their
chests.
Blealdey also managed to
get solme flares, but they
were foo w~et to use. He also
tried .for their cell phones,
which w ire put in plastic
baggies. JThe attempt was
unsucces fll.
The meh tried flipping the
boat s veral times, with no
luck even after they cut V1
the ahchor line using the Blea10
boat's pjropeller. died
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plane at one point. Nick S


About an hour later, Smith began
showing extreme symptoms of hy-
pothermia, Schuyler said. Eventu-
ally, Smith took off his own
life vest and floated away.
It wasn't until about 6:15
a.m. Monday that Bleakley
began showing the same
symptoms and removed h'is
own life jacket. Schuyler
said he held onto Bleakley
and eventually Bleakley ap-
ill peared to have died, so he
kleyg let go of his friend.
n the: Schuyler was rescued by
'friend the Coast Guard by about
huyler. 11:50 a.m. Monday.
While the report noted
there was beer on the boat, FWC in-
v~estigator Jamels Manson said there
was no evidence that showed it was
a contributing factor in the acci-
dent.
Bleakley's, father, Bob Bleakley,
said Schuyler came to his family's
home Sunday.


Schuyler credited his survival to
Will Bleakley now he wanted to
see Bleakley's former high school
and meet the family of his friend.
"Our son was heroic in his efforts
to survive and to help the others,"
Bleakley said.
It didn't surprise him that his son
swam for supplies,
"He was by far the best swimmer
on that boat," Bleakley said.
He is proud of his son and what
he was able to accomplish in life
and credited the community for
helping his son along the way.
"Will was a wonderful person,"'
.Bleakley said.
Bleakley said he wanted to ask
Schuyler what he and his son talked
about in the days they tried to stay
alive in the water. But he didn't ask
out of respect and Schuyler did-
n't tell.
"Maybe someday I'll find out
more," Bleakley said, "but it's not
going to bring back our son."


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Schujrler was wearing his
watchi.and said that by about 5:30
a.m. Sunday, Cooper began showing
signs -of hypotherrria. When the
men realized Cooper was unrespon-
sive, Bleakley and Schuyler tried re-
viving him, but were unsuccessful.
They took Cooper's life vest off
and he floated away.


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tom that day and ended up
cutting the anchor line and
buying a new one.
To avoid having to cut the
line again, the men decided
to remove the anchor line
from the bow of the boat to a
portside eye bracket near the
stern, according to the report
The idea was to use the
boat's 200-horse-power en-
gine to release the anchor
flrom the bottom.
The line attaching the an-
chor to the boat was not long
enough to compensate for the
rough water on the gulf's sur-
face, according to the report.
When the boat lurched for-
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BLEAKLEY
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.ered boait, served as the basis for a
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
- -tion Comnmission report released
IR'iday.
Crystal River High School gradu-
ate Will Bleakley died, as well as
two NFL players, Corey Smith and
Marquis Cooper: Schuyler was a for-
mer University of South Florida
football teammate of Bleakley's.
The report details what happened
to the men in the hours and days
after their boat capsized Fe~b. 28.
The four friends left from the
Seminole Boat Ramp in Clearwater
at about 6:30 a.m. that day and
headed out into the Gulf of Mexico
for afishmngtrip. .
The men dressed in layers of
sweat pants and jackets to fight the
cold. They had two coolers with food
and drinks, gas cans with extra fuel
and a weather radio. .
They headed about 50 miles off
shore despite rough seas.
FWiC investigator James Manson
said going out that far in a boat So
small was unsafe; however, it wasn't


Bleakley ... was able to (etrieve three
life jackets and a throwable; flotation device
from beneath the boat. He gavre the life jackc-
9tS to his friends, according to the report. ~


Maybe someday I'II find out more, but
it's not going to bring back our son,

Bob Slieakley
father of Will Bleakley, about speaking with survivor Nick Schuyler.


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CHR TS COUNTY (FL) CHRONfCLE


Obituaries


Delsia
Beasley gg
LECANTO

Delsia Beasley, 88, of
Lecanto, Fla., died Wednes-
day, March 25, 2009, at New
Horizon Senior Citizens
Home, Inverness.
Born May 1, 1920, in Ha-
garstown, Ill., she was the
daughter of William Hoke
Hoyle and Florpnce (Hoff.
man) Hoyle. She wed Bron-
son Beasley in Jackson, Mo.,
in 1942.
A retired schoolteacher,
she taught for 32 years in Illi-
nois schools. She earned her
bachelor's degree in Elemen-
tary Education from South-
ern Illinois University and
her master's degree from the
University of Illinois. She
was affiliated with the Bap-
tist Church in Illinois. '
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Bronson, on
May 31, 2000; her parents;
one brother; and one sister.
Survivors include her son,
Greg Beasley of Gibson City,
Ill.; daughter, Martha Dodd
and husband Robert of
Lecanto, Fla.; a brother; six
sisters; three grandchildren;
and one great-grandchild.
A graveside service will be
at 11 a.m. Monday, March 30,
2009, at Prairie Cemetery,
Rural Ramsey, Ill., with Nor-
ris Price officiating. Friends
and family may gather at the
cemetery at 10:30 a.m.
Arrangements- are by
Miller Funeral Home, Ram-
sey, Ill.; (618) 283-3176.
Sign the guest book at
wwcmchronicleonline. com.

William
Cates, 87
HOMOSASSA


of 64 years, Dorothy E. Cates
of Sugarmill Woods.
Wilder Funeral Home, Ho-
mosassa Springs.
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Billy Duncan, 66
J ASPER ,

Billy Ross Duncan, 66
Jasper, FL, former Citrus
County resident, died March
20, 2009. Funeral services
will be Monday, March 30, at 3
p.m. from the Chas. E. Davis
Funeral Home. Interment
will follow at Hills of Rest
Cemetery. Chas. E. Davis FU-
neral Home with Crematory
is in charge.

John Faulk, 81
CR Y STAL RIVER
John Faulki "The Handle
Man" passed.away Monday,
March 23, 2009. He was a
longtime dealer at Howard's
Flea Market.
A Memorial Service will be
held at Howard's Flea Mar-
ket, Sunday, March 29, at 3:00
EM.
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wwwrchronicleonline. com.

Dolores
Gough, 78
TAVA RES

Dolores E. Gough, 78, of
Tavares, died March 25, 2009.
Services will take place in
Michigan. Browh Funeral
Home and Crematory,
Lecanto,.Florida, in charge of
arrangements; (352) 795-0111.

Helen
Guckel, 96
MCMIN NVILLE ,
TEN N .

Helen Yula Guckel, 96, a.
resident ofMcMinnville, Ten-
nessee, beloved mother,
grandmother and great-
grandmother, passed away on
Sunday, March 22, 2009. She
wa's born December 4, 1912,
in Queens, New York. She
was preceded in death by her
husband of 58 years, E~rnst
Guckel. Mrs. Gu'ckel moved
from her Florida retirement
home to McMinnville to be
closer to family. She loved to
dance and, play bingo and
was a member of the Congre-
gational Church.
.Before retirement, Mrs.
Guckel and her family lived
in Newtown, CT, from 1953 to


1974. Her husband was a
mathematics teacher at high
schools in Newtown and
Danbury, CT. Mrs. Guckel
worked at the Newtown~ Bee,
the weekly newspaper serv-
ing the community.
surviving are two sons,
Richard Guckel and his wife
Suzi of Grapevine, TX,
Robert Guckel and his wife
Izzy of Mch~innville, TN; and
a daughter, Elaine Burfield
and her husband Charles of
Westfield, NJ. Also surviving
are seven grandchildren:
Wiilliam Guckel, Richard
Guckel, Jennifer Porter,
Ernst and Mark Guckel, and
Caroline and Charles Bur-
field. Mrs. Guckel's nine
great-grandchildren are:
Matthew, Katie, Adam,
Amanda, Benjamin, Court-
ney, Samuel, Carrie and
Samantha Rose Guckel.
Arrangements by High ~Fl-
neral Home, (931) 473-2137,
McMinnville, TN.
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www chronicleonline. com.

Marie
Martyjasik, 77
CR Y STAL RIVER

Marie R. Matyjasik, 77, of
Crystal River, died March 26,
2009. Private cremation will
take place under the direc-
tion of Brown Flineral Home
& Crematory in Lecanto.
Brown Funeral Home and
Crematory, Lecanto, Florida,
in charge of arrangements;
(352) 795-0111.

SDorothy
Neesham, 92
BROOKS VILLE

Dorothy J. Neesham, 92, of
Brooksville, died March 26,
2009. Visitation and services
will take place in New Jersey.
Brown Funeral Home and
Crematory, Lecanto, Florida,
in charge of arrangements;
(352) 795-0111.



Robbins, 77
1-1OMOSASSA

Joyce C. Robbins, 77, of Ho-
mosassa, FL, passed -away
Thursday, March 26, 2009, at
Hernando-Pasco Hospice
Care Center, Invernes FL. A
graveside service is sched-
uled for Monday, March 3),-
2009,- at 11 a.m. at Fountains -
Memorial Park, Honiosassa.
Wilder Funeral Home, Ho-
mosassa, FL, is in charge of
the arrangements.


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of Sugarmill Woods, Ho-
mosassa, died; Wednesday,
Mar. 25, 2009, at Citrus Me-
morial Hospital, Inverness.
Born March 10, 1922, in Chat-
tanooga, TN, and moved to
Sugarmill Woods 25 years ago
from Ypsilanti, MI. William
\vas a retirEed ~Automotive En-
gineer with General Motors.
Member of Nature Coast
Community Church, Sug-
armill Woods Country Club,
Shrine of Michigan, Phoenix
Masonic Lodge No. 13 and
Scottish Rite Valley of De-
troit.; He wvas an avid Golfer
Sand at one time was a Scratch
Golfer, and held a Private
Pilot License for Land and
Sea, Single Engine Planes..
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Yesterday Pvs Day
Prime Rate 3.25 3.25
Discount Rate 0.50 0.bU
Federal Funds Rate .00-.2b .00-.25
-7reasurles
3-month 0.13 0.20
6B-month 0.38 0.39
5-year ,1.79 1.63
10-ya 2.76 2.62
30-year 3.62 3.65



-FUTURES
Exch Contract Settle Chg

LtSweetCrude NYMXMay09 52.38 -1.96
Corn CBOT May 09 387 -33/4
Wheat CBT Ma09 574-
Sobens CBT Ma09 917 -27
Catte OM Ap09 84.32 +.05
Pork~ele ME y09 85.90 +.90
Sugar wrd NYT a09 12.62 -.13
OrangeJuice NYBT May09 77.10 -.20

SPOT
Yesterday Pvs Day
Gold (troy oz., spot) $923.00 $9553.80
Silver (troy oz. pt 1. b1 43.0
Copper(pound) g1.addb s1.rate


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Here are the 825 most active stocks on the New York Stock Exchange, 765 most active on
the NasdaCI National Market and 116 most active on the American Stock Exchange. Tables
show nartle, price and not change

Name: Stoicks appear alphaoerically by the company's full nalme (nor asg aboreiviallnl Nrames




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Source: The Associated Press. Sales figures are unofficial.


Name Div Yld PE Last Chg % h~g Name Div Yld PE Last Chg % hD
AT&T Inc 1.64 6.3 12 26.00 -.35 -8.8 Lowes .34 1.8 13 18.81 -.31 -12.6
AlliedCap ... ... ... 1.70 -.14 -36.8 McDnlds 2.00 3.6 15 55.01 -1.05 -11.5
BkofAm .04 .5 13 7.34 -.24 -47.9 Microsoft .52 2.9 10 18.13 -.70 -6.7
B761-Motorola .80... 3.3 8.1 2 +


EKodak .50 12.0 4 4.16 -.09 -36.8 ProgrssEn 2.48 6.9 11 36.05 -.35 -9 5
Embarq 2.75 7.2 7 37.97 -.10 +5.6 RegionsFn .40 9.3 ... 4.32 -.23 -45.7
ExxonMbl 1.60 2.3 8 69.98-1.25 -12.3 SearsHldgs ... ... ... 48.88 -.39 +25.8
FPL Grp 1.89 3.7 12 50.49 -1.28 +.3 Smucker 1.28 3.5 12 36.66 +.08 -15.5
FairPoint ... ... ... .60 +.05 -81.7 SprintNex ... ... ... 3.96 +.05+116.4
Ford .. .. .. 2.8 -.0 +4.0TimeWarn .25 3.0 ... 8.43 -.42 -16.2
GenElec .40 3.7 6 10.78 -.12 -33.5 Uiis 1 592.6-.5-.
GnMotr ... ... ... 3.62 +.21 +13.1
HomeDp .90 3.8 18 23.63 -.51 +2.6 VerizonCm 1.84 6.0 14 30.62 +.08 -9.7
Intel .56 3.6 17 15.42 -.40 +5.2 WalMart 1.09 2.1 16 52.57 -.19 -6.2
IBM 2.00 2.1 11 94.15 -4.63 +11.9 Walgrn .45 1.7 13 26.39 -.17 +7.0





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Victorynwt .19 +081
VistGold 2.12 -.04
Westmrld 8.35 -1.00
Ilshr~jnf 128 -.02
Xcorporeal .43 -,17


TetraTc 20.75 -1.86
TevaPhrm 45.16 -.51
TexRdhsA 9.79 -:19
Theravnce 17.70 -.78
Thrmogn .60 +.08
thinkorswim 8.68 -.37
Thoratec 24.59 +.29
3Com 3.18 +.10
TibcoSf 5.64 -.29
Tirolnc 7.11 -.35
TomoThera 2.80 +.06
TowerGrp 24.02 -.38
TractSupp 36.84 -.14
TransGlb 2.86 -.03
TrimbleN 15.75 -.45
Tri~int 2.61 +.15
TrueRelig 12.12 -.65
TrstNY 6.05 -.33
Trustmk 18.74 -.65
UAL 5.02 -.38
UCBH Hid 1.45 -.10
UlliWddwd i2.57 -.98
Ulratife 7.13 -.57
Umpqua 9.49 -.93
UBWV 17.91 -.18
UldNklF 18.69 +.16
UtdOnin 4.60 -.11


UtdThip 66.90 -.40
UnivDisp 9.44 +.84
UnivFor 27.37 -2.08
UrbanOut 16.59 +.36

VCAAnt 22.56 -.31
ValenceTch 2.30 +.21
Vai~isA .74 +.16
ValueClick 8.08 21
Varian 24.44 -.09
VarianSemi 22.69 +.17
Veecolnst 6.96 +.09
Verenium .36 -.01
Veriy 8.41 +.11
Vrisin- 19.23 -.42
VertxPh 29.43 -.75
ViaSat 20.42 -1.35
VirgnMdah 4.94 -.24
ViroPhtm 4.84 +.48
VistaPrt 27.47 -1.40
Vivus 3.61 -.26
Volcano 14.72
Volterra 8.78 -.27
WamerChil 10.37 -.61
WashFed 13.29 -.27
Websende 12.50 -.37
WemerEn~l 5.50 +10
WAm~c 46.12 -1 8g
Westellh .30 +.05
WetSeal 3.40 -.11
WhitneyH 11.60 -.53
WholeFd 17.97 -.26
WindRwr 6.62 -.08
Winn-Dixig 9.91 -.34
Wintust 12.19 -.57
WdwidGov 11.80 -.56
WightM 13.16 +.15
Wynn 21.87 -1.33
XOMA .56 +.03
XTLBiph .16 +.04
)Glinx 19.49 -.89
Xyratex 2.10 -.32
YRCWwde 4.72 +.50
Yahoo 13.18 -.17
ZeTehh 19.66 W 3
Zilars .20
ZionBcp 10.46 -.42
Zoltek 7.21 -1.33
Zoran 8.94 -.10


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AS ssrURD MARCH 28 2 9


MOST AcTIVE (5 OR MOEI MOST AcTI ivE(1 AMO RE) MOST ACTIVE ~(j1ORM ORE)
Neam Vol(00) Last Chq Name (00)L_ Last Chg9_ hoame~ Vo(00)__Lasl_ _Chg
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GAINERS (52on MosRE) GAINERS (52 9ORMOEJ GAINERS (52 OR Moa E)
Name Leas Chq 1Chq Name Lass Clig_ kei__Nme ~Last ChgAChg_
CitDJE09 9J 48 05 +47~ 6N a Serv 8 0 l5 +27 1 Medichova 2 70; +M +5! 4
Synnex 20.14 +3.96 +24.5 NlovaBayP 2.20 +.30 +15.8 Conoog rs 2.75 +.94 +51.9
Barclay 9.89 11.74 +21.3 Maxam 5.95 +.80 +15.5 LibMCapB 7.70 +2.33 +43.4
Captffr pf 4.24 +.61 +16.8 PSCrudeDSnl48.25d6.57 +12.6 NewBrdgeB 2.40 +.65 +37.1
BarcBkpr 10.98 +1.51 +15.9 EverGiryn 2.35 +.24 +11.4 QC Hldgs 6.17 +1.67 +37.1

LOSERS 152 0l MnORE) LOSERS 152 QA MO1E El LOSERS 1S2 oR MORE)
Naeme LasI Chq iChg_ Name Last Cneah Name LasI Chql 5q
ChrisBnk 3.97 -1.50 -27.4 Velocityis 2.90 -.50 -14.7 ParkOh 3.12 -1.08 -25.4

VdtnHoc 7.3 1. P2. CnTo 298.0 - 1.hoec1 62 k. 2.
LithlaMot 2.50 -.49 -16.4 GranTragn 2.85 -.32 -10.8 WaccaBk 3.08 -.90 -22.6
Spherin 2.66 -.50 -15.8 Westmild 8.35 -1.00 -10.7 LCAVis 2.50 -.70 -21,9


52-Week
High Low. Name
13,136.69 6,469.95Dow Jones Industrials
5,536.57 2,134.21Dow JonesTransportation
530.57 288:66Dow Jones Vtilities
9,687.24 4,181.75NYSE Composite
2,433.31. 1,130.47Amexlndex
2,551.47. 1,285.52Nasdaq Composite
.1,440.24 .666.79S&P 500
764.38 342.59Russell 2000
14,564.81 6,772.29DJ Wilshire 5000


Net % YTD% 52-wkt
Last Chg Chg Chg %Chg
7,776.18 -148.38 -1.87 -11.40 -36.35
2,777.95 -88.40 -3.08 -21.46 -41.57
331.27 -6.10 -1.81 -10.65 -30.03
5,096.64 -133.89 -2.56 -11.47-41.83
1,349.55 -30.52 -2.21 -3.43-39.29
1,545.20 r41.80 -2.63 -2.02 -31.66
815.94 -16.92 -2.03 -9.67 -37.96
429.00 -16.30 -3.66 -14.11-37.21
8,286.83 -190.18 -2.24 -8.81 -37.48


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'McDermlnt 14.30 -.60
McDnlds 55.01 -1.05
Mc~rwH 24.71 -.34
Mcl~esson 36.48 -.16
McAfee 33.55 -.90
Mechels 4.41 -.44
MdcoHIIII 39.68 -.91
Medtmic 28.78 -.)5
Merck 27.16 -.42
Metavnte 19.84 -.20
MetL~e, 24.49 -.71
MetroPCS 17.52 -.47
MicronT 4.17 -.05
MidAApt 29.15 -1.69
Midas 8.21 -.81
Millipore 58.19 -.23
Mirant 11.T/ +.15
MobileTel 31.30 -1.25
Mohawk 321.58 -1.33
MoneyGrb 1.18 +.02
Monsanto 86.24 -1.40
MonstrWw 8.67 -.45
MoodM 23.30 -.11
Mosaic 47.05 -1.15
Motorola 4.37 -.8
MuelletWat 3.42 +.30
Murph0 47.59 -2.84

NRGEnegy 17.59 +22
NYEET r 190 '-
Nabors 10.69. -.36
NalcoHki 12.38 -.66

Natvid: 88 11
NatRet~r 15.30 -42
NatSemi 10.74 -.11
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AresCap 5.17 +.03
Aribainc 9.21 -35
AriesMar .48 +,05
Ark~est 20.73 -1.03
ArmHkd 4.45 -,13
Arris 7.69 -.15
A~rtTech 2.64 -,21
ArubaNet 3.08 +,07
Aslanfo 17.17 +01
AssedBane 15,23 +,10
athenablth 24.60 -105


Almel 377 -.03
Audvox 3.76 44
Authentdth .44 +.08
Autodesk 16,07 -.09


Dae T r
DeckOut
decod~enh
Delline

Dndreon
Dentsply
DigRhrer
DimeCBo
DirecTV
DiscCmA
Disc~mCn
DiscyLabs
DishNetwk
DollrFn
DllrTree
DrmWksA
Dress~am
DryShips
DyaxCp
DynMatI



ev3Inc
Eagle~ulk
ErthLink
EstWstBcp
EchelonC


EdgePet
Edu~v
ElectSci
FUactArts
EFll
Emore
EndoPhtm
Enerin
En ~nv
Eng XXI
Ent ds


Euronet

ExideTc


GFI Grps
GMXRs
GT Solarn
GTCBioh
Garmin
GenProbe
Genin
GenBlotch
Genomic
Genoptix
Gentex
Gentiva
GenVec

GeronCp '
Gibralar

GlacierBc
Globilnd
Google
GreenMIC
GymHbrsee
HMN Fn
HMSHld
HSWinti
HainCel
HanaBioh
HansenNat
Harmonic
Harisint
HawHold

HrlindEx
HScheln
HercOffsh
Hibbett
HimaxTcil
HollisEden
Hologlos
HorsehdH


Hum~en
HunJB
HuntBnk
Hydrognos


DukeR~t 5.01 .46

EOGRes 59.31 -2.68
EastCbm 27.31 21
EKodak 4.16 -.09
Eaton 38.00 -.49
Ecolab 34.25 -.88
Edisonlnt 28.94 -24
ElPasoCp 6.63 -.25
Ban 6.58 -.62
Embarq 37.97 -.10
E~tasAero 13.17 -1.50


Footlockr
FordM
ForestLab
Forest011
Fortress
FortuneBr
FdtnCoal
FrankRes
FredMach
FMCG
FrontlerCm
FrontieOil


InSaeVis .20 ..




JavelinPh 119 -.10
KodiskOg .35 .+08
Kowabunga .14 .-02
Lad~halFn .53 -.05

I BFHowl
Maxam 5.95 +30
Merrimac 2.11 +01
Metaico 1.91 -.12


On2Tech .28 ..



Palain .11 ..
PetroRes .25 -.01
RionI~ril 3.74 -27
PSCrudeDS1?148.2 +16.57
PSCRudeDLn 3.02- .-.17
PSS&PBW 17.17 `-.08
ProceraNt .6 .07
Proliance .21 ..
Pyramid~s 3.91 -.10
QuewstCapg .72. -.09
RaeSyst .48 ..


Rentech .60 -.06 USGoltl
hinivinsur


Narhe Last Chg


ReS~c 1 4.9 +.
Adventrx, 10 -.9
AlldNevCg 4.99 -.01
AmApparel 3.35 -.24
Anouraqg ~.67. -.04
ApolloGg .32 +.~00
ArcadiaRs .37 -.01
Augustag 1.35 +.02
Aurizong 4.50 -.44
AuroraOG .06 -.01
BMBMunal -..61 -.12


FrkStPrp 11.42 -1.08



Gascng -0
GenMoly 1.19 -.11
GoldStra 1.59 +,09
GormanR 22.75 +.89
Grahams 9.63 -.65
GranTragn 2.65 -.32
GrtBasGg 1.30 -.07
Hemisphrx ..46 4.03
FlooperH .47 +.04
iShEPSelDv 17.89. -.87
Irip0ilgs 36.60 -.47










BUSINESS


I


Here are mea i.000 Diggned mulural funds I ared on Ndasaaq Tanles showN me fulnd name sell
price or Nel Asset Value (NAV) and dally nel change
Name Name 01 mulual fund and family
rJAVI Nel asset value
Chg: Net Change in prit=0 Of NAV.
Data based on NAVs repornted to Liprper by 6 p.ns. Eastern.


I


Neen n larc C/1lC 10cr SIGNr Orf tO 10consid~er alternratives?3


COurtney D. Durham, P.A.

AltoTney-aI LOW
20111\~.MRain St.. 2nd Floor. Inverness. Florida

--352-726-0407


511univ Msua 2H, 2009 AT


Crrpus CouhmY(FL) CHIRONICIE


Name NAV Chg
AIM Investments A:
Chartffp ~10.91 -,25
Constp 15,48 -.23
HYdAp 2.91 +.01
IntlGrow 17.50 .-.41
SelEqtyr 11.93 -.22
AI I vetments B:-,9

AIM Investor CI:
Energy 24.74 -.93
SummitPp 8.05 -.11
Utilitis 11.77 -,18
Advance Capitail:
Balancp 11.20 -.14
Retinc 7.32
Alger Funds B:
SmCapGrt3.63 -.09
AllianceBem A:
BalanAp 10.96 -.16
Glb~h~rAp43.20 -1.30
IndtalsYp 8.98 -.26
SmCp~rA 1B6.71 -.49
AllianceBom Adv:
LgCpGrAd16.27 -.27
AllianceBom8:
Glbm~rBt 37.87 -1.14
GomwthBt 15.6 -.32
SCpGrBtl13.65 -.Sg
AllianceBem C:
SCporCt 13.7 -.40
Allianz Insti MMS:
NFJDVVI 7.82 17
Alifanz Funds A.
NFJDVVI t 7.75 -.17
SmCpVA 16.80 -.46
Allianz Funds C
GrowthCt 15.52 -.25
TargetCt 7.68 -.24
Amer Beacon instl:
LgCaplnst 12.15 -.27
AmlirBeacon Plan:
LpPln 11.58 -25

Amer Century Iny
Balanced 11.63 14


Heritagel 11.52 -27

IntDisc 5.76 -.09
Intl~rol 6.61 -.1


Oehd 83 1
RealEstl 7 71 39
Uralen 14.0 -3
Vist 10.78 26
A ercan F da!A

AEMdAAp 116 -2
BondA p ~10.56 + 01



FdlnvAp 23.70 -.52

HITrAp 7.82 +.02
HinunA -15 6
In~Ap 17
LtTEBAp 14.70
NEm~ 52 ~ -3
NwvWrldA 30.86 -.62

Sm pAp 196 -03
TxA'p 111
WshAp 18.79 -.33
American Funds B:
j BalBt 12.85 -.18
CaplBet 37.87 -.54
Op ~rt 8s -.5
IncoBt 11.86 -.15

WahBt 1.67 3
Adel Investments:
Appree 19.79 -.81
Ari Global Fuds:

IntlEqA 20.41 -.50
IntEqllAt 8.44 -.22
IntEqlllr 8.49 -.22
Artisan Fun70-35
V all 3 7 0 -..

BNYd Ielon Funds:
.Baon Funds:

.Smiap 1332t~ -28
at."u 181 -0


TxMgdmnt[10.46 -SO
Bak ock 0 -2

Auap eAp-17 -2
EqlDiv 1200 -.22
IWAI~j 14.3 -1



B~luevd 518.02-21


Mut~ln 20.74 -31

Adla Fun BIC

GWB G.294 -.72
inWcp 13504 +03
Slddociak 1 -20
qApl 21785 -.45
pl~lc 14.2 :..
e & St l&25 +.01
Rltyehts 25.34 -.124

Focdqwt 13.78 -30

c~llo aca2 +.01
AocomZ 1648 -.44
A emn 2. -.34

MearsrZ 12.47 -.27
MdCpVIIp 78.5 -.19
DFAla Funds:
ir8ntCorpqn.57 -.17
USGrwlqp2n.39 -.16
DWS ivest Au:
1 Co p -35 .030

MgMunipt 8.25 ~0

oraPisn 19.56 -.02



So Prm 2.7 4
GroincS 10.29 .3
HiYFd~ 10.03 -.01

Aty~mrs 28.66 -1.07

doc unlS 1.8 -3


SP500S. 10.82 -.22
DavisFundsA:
NWenA 21.29 -.50
Davis Funds B.
NY~enB 20.48 -.48
* ( Davis Funds C &Y:
NWenY 21.51 -51
Dlw re Inyes A*
Diverinc 7.82 '
TrendAcp 8.58 -,24
TxUSAp 10.29 +.01
Delaware Invest B.
SelGrBt 14.87 -.40
Dimensional Fds.
EmMktV 16.86 -.35

USlSm~an 10.71 -.38

USSmVa 12.56 -.46
SIntlSmCon 9.27 -.17
E.5 n~ -.40
13IntGFxlnn 12.30 -.01
IntVan 10.77 -.36
Gib5Fxlnon10.96
2YGIFxdn 10.22 +.01


Name NAV Chg
DFARIE n 9.25 -.51
Dodge&Cox:
Balanced 48.48 -.71
Income 11.64 +.02
IntlStk 19.56 -.55
Stock 64.78 -1.52
Dpreu: 25.64 -.42
CorVA 16.27 -.39
Dreyf 5.63 -.13
Dr5001nt 22.96 -.48
EmgLd 11.37 -.41
GrChinaAr 24.47 +.08
LgCStk~p 15.02 -.37
LtdHYldAp 5.37 +.02
MunBd r 10.41 +.01
NYTaxr 13.73
StratValA 18.23 -.44
TechGroA 16.68 -.53
Drlehaus Funds:
EMktGr 17.30 -.34
Eaton Vance CI A:
ChinaA p 14.40 -.19
AMTFMBI 8.34 +.01
MultiCGrA 4.72 -.13
InBosA 4.01 +.02
1.gCpVal 12.67 -.25
NatlMun 8.13 -.01
.SpEqtA 8.94 -.24
'TradGvA 7.50 +0.01
Eaton Vance CI B:
HlthSB t 8.16 -.12
NatlMBt 8.14 ..
Eaton Vrance CI C:
GovK~p 7.49 +.01
NatlMCt 8.14 ..
Evergreen A:
AstAllp 9.08 -.12
Evergreen C:
AstVllCt 8.81 -.12
EvergreenI:
SIMunil 9.41
FBR Funds:298 .7

FMI Fnds:103 .3

F Funds
r mome 95 -.45
Federated A. -


MuSecA 9.38 -.01
Federated Instl:
KaufmnK 3.41 -07
Fo~e~ d10 9 +01


Fidelity Advisor A:
DivlnlA r 10.19 32
idlsghp l2.67 -.21

RHelt NAdvisor I: -
EqGrl n 33.87 66


Fielt 1dv s~orT: .
BalancT~ii~ 10.4 -16

EqGrTp 81.89 -.62
EqpT 1. -3
H E~dp 5.
MulncTp 11.89
hMsaT 115 -3
StdlnT 9.83
Fidlt F~o9 -05

FF2020n 9.55 -18

FF2025n 7.80 -.13
FF203n 9.13 -18
FF2035n 750 -.15
F 24n 9.2 -1
Fidelity invest

qN~eE9 1.5 ,O
AMgr50n 10.69 -.13
AMgr70rn 10.41' -.18


CAMunn 11.2 -.01
Canadan 33.57 -.88


Cplncrn 5.56+~01
ChinaRgr 175 2

C unrn -73 0
so nt r n 4 7 7
Divlntl 19.20 -.58
Di S~On bj. 2
Er.r~hn va( F

~lcln 11.73 -27
ECapAp 1. -4
Exch 223.31-3.34


Hitrn 10:5 -.3
FrN eni8.23 -.37




GM n 113
invtrnd 10.53 -0
Gr~n 46-04
Jpghncmn 6.11 +1Q


LowPrc~n 21.66 -48
MIlndn 7 -135
MAn~unn 11.20 -0


MntgSecn 10086 -5
M U~pn 11.7d. -- 5


Jpn n 8.0-0
1001ndex 5.8 .11 ~1
'gas~aln 86 --.0
L ~~rn18423 -1
Real~n 29.931-.52

Smvaplkndr .24 -.34
Smloptrn 9.61 -29
SaEslann ~4.18.35-21
Stk~lon 15.96 -.4
Statinen 81.77 -01
Stregaptr 6.77 -.08
Tax~rnn 10.17
Trend~n 38.45 -.88
UtSeln 10.72
MUtiltyn 11.797 4
Valutrtn .9
NWrldwn 11.26 -.27

Baningn 19.22 -.32
100n"e ":" 1

PC~aDn 1. -0
DfAeurn 104269 113

Filnyn 3712.6 -1,42
G th~n 079 -.1

Hom~apn 9.06 -.28

Itlnsun 7.57 -.40


Leisrn 51.38 -1.38
Material n 32.53 -.83
MedDln 25.98 -.80
MdEqSys n18.50 -.11
.Mullmdn 20.36 -.52

Pharmn 8.47 -.14
Retailn 31.86 -.37
Softwrn 48.21 -1.61
Techn 43.00 -.92
Telcm n 30.03 --.35
.Transn 28.17 -.72
UtilGrn 35.73 -.55
Widelsn SW0 -.07


ntllnxlnvn 22.92 -.64
TotMkilnvn 22.89 -51

500Adlnrn 56.54 -1.16
TotMMklndn22.90 -.50

First Eagle:
GiblA 30.84 -.47


. ..


. *


Name NAV Chg' Name NAV Chg
OverseasA 15.41 -.14 ApprAp 9.48 -.21
Firaflnvestors A HilncAt 3.97 ..
BIChpAp 14.85 -.28 InAICGAp 5.42 -.14
GloblA p 41.14 -.10 14CG~A p 16.34 -34
Govt~p 11.13 +,01 Mgup14.18
GrolnAp 9.09 -.19 Legg Mason Ptra B:
IncoAp 1.92 LgCpGBt 15.00 -.31
MATFAp 10.98 ... LongleafPartners:
MITFAp 11.52 +.01 Partners 16.00 -.39
NJTFA p 12.36 ... Intl 9.77 -.25
NYTFA p 13.70 ..; SmCap 13.80 -.29
OppAp 15.18 -.40 LoomisSayles:
PATFAp 12.50 -.01 LSBondl 10.19 -.01
SpSitAp 13.92 -.34 StrlncC 10.41 -.01
TxExAp 9.40 -.01 LSBondR 10.16 -.01
TotRtAp 11.05 -.13 StrlncA 10.36 -.01
ValueB p `4.83 -.08 Loomis SaylesIny:
Firsthand Funds: InvGrBdA p 9.65 -.02
Tech Val 23.51 -.38 I1nvGrBdC p 959 -.02
Frank/Temp Fmk A: Inv~rBdY 9.65 -.03
AdjUS p 8.94 ... Lord Abbett A:
ALTFA p 10.50 -.01 AlfflA p 7.34 -.17
AZTAp 10.08 ... AllValA 8.06 -.17
Ballnvp 29.91 -.71 BdDebAp 5.89 +.01
CallnsAp 11.41 ... MidCpAp 9.36 -.20
CAlntAp 10.80 .. IFSFundsA:
CalTAp 6.42 ... MITA 12.66 -.27
CapGrA 7.40 -.17 MIGA 9.38 -.21
COTFAp 10.76 Hin 2.40 +01
CTTFnp 10.10 ... MFLA 8.90
Cvt~c~p 950 -.02 TtRAA 1. -4

EqlncA p 11.18 -.16 MFS Funds B:
Fedlnt p 10.90 ... MIGB n 8 48 -.19
F dFp 10.9 IvScBn 1 +.0 1
FoundAl p 7.20 -.11 MulnB n 7.66
GATFAp 11.17 -.01 TotRBn 10.73 -.15
GodPrMA 28.4 -. MR Fundel:97 26

HYTFAp 8.88 ... MFS Funds Instl:
HilncA 1.47 +.01 IntlEqn 10.98 -.28
TFcm~ 1. -0 MainstayFundsA:
NYITFp 10.60 +.01 dalS yxFun4 B:-02
LTF Ap 10.3 +.01 Ca~Bt1. -. 2
MDTFp ~.29 GovtBtx 8.66 -.02
MITFA p 11 43 -.01 Hn l~B 8.3-1
M~lns H~mSmCGBp 8.21 -.21
MOFp 112 Mait~ 1 w2.03 -.14

NYTFA p 11. 02 .01 Growth 45.94 -.89
1 M ndag Fun~d0 -3
ReETcAp 61.10 -.341(.1 Mathwssin:
A narsloFud 1
SRtratnp 8461 +.01 Mtoetd
o Ap +.ews d an
F n I~p Adj.01 M ns2. -8

em~vp 21n B: M n a A -5
Incmert 201.5 -... DivgehA 10271 -.21
Ftratnidep mk:-1 01 Mtoes anStaly:

mTC m~p &B.7 01 bD ~eBd 1. -0
DtiscAp 21.5 -.14 TIntlqn 9.67 -22
QualdAt 14.09 -.11 MunderFundsA:

FD ekmp2MtICAd: 14MuauaSeri .48 -15

Frank/TempnB Temge A.al Dic 2.0-5
DvMketp 12.856 -22 th a 02 -.
IrnkT 1 Neube rger&Berminv :
GrwthAlp 71.5 -29i Focus 12.98 -.29
F nm t epmp T9A G bInst 2734 66
franl(T~e. Neuberger&Ber mk: 1.9 -
ForgnAp 84.0 -.10 Nico'anlasyroup:
GIsc S&117-.05 o"~qn 9.6 -2
S&Sinct 10.1 .02 N1 MndFuj ...
S Ma s 1 .26 582 S~e t p 8 75 -. 5

GE sct III:.39 -.20 NueenZ CI48 A:

Forgp 8.53 -230 SH pe 142 -.
GId1 Eq 1 -0 NuebenCRge&Brm
Emrwt~ 1.357 -.20 FOCU~SG n228 -29
nol~p 98 -.443 GEqlncr 20.48 -21
Grn~~MOTrusVI Gn: ra 249 -2
Grthv 1151 al arknr 250 3





drAli~mpns -&C CmNcub p 146 -01
Frnp Irivt -.1 2 ktoAp 6 5 40

2Idp 1.7-0 Glbnp A 15.83 -46
Hartlford sC: Goldp 23.36 -.79
CapSpnt 180.3 -.43 A da -.0 ds
Ha~ rd1d.68-4 S"CApld 1. -.1

HrfordHL.5 -.57 PAMunidp 8.16 .
D & lnrV 13006 -.32 S1MnAp .
ars~lt~! 5 --2. OppenhlmrB:
GMToRestld 9.62b~ AMTA99
Hemndp on0 b ds.17 ntkssc~t -
Hennl~es Fu : -425 EqmakuitB .2 -11

I d~rstl: 12.99 -.0 himr h:

ISI ~xnc s:7 ~2ll 10.00 -.20 tN7 23..
NoC~m p 7.66 -.01 MuAnA 1r237 +.01
AssllFens 18.43t -.163 PICOAmi IM:
Assettp 8.82 -.17 OdMTua Adp 1 +01
p atlPIMS:s Tgom100 -.06
JPorgmanA~acss: ComodRR 6.29 -16
H~iekl 5.19+. DevlbSMkr &OdQ -. 0
Morgman Sehlect: EmTMkU 856 .01
JPirgaielis Hi0+02ATrYd 6.59+.2
Catoreundn 0.9 0 Cnv~rp 2790 .62+0
HiYpdpdn52.931 .+.2 mLowcu 9.29 -...
Intrdlmer14.63 -1.33 ReMale 10.32 +.401
Shturd 34n 10.68 RealSn 310.0 -.01

Januor Fs : T qity 9.70 -.

Fpp~ 11edRI47 loAp -5 3.5
FudEVV 18.64 -.46 PIMCOp Funds C: 6
Hartfod~ds"'- Gdp 033 -7
ncapptB4 r 2n~~ PWCO 6u +.01
re 6 5 InS1d 7 la -.41
SKrTmod 4d -9 em btFud : .
Vetrw~p 2753 -903 Pemannt 310.3 -.55
J Artdv S s: Mi Conee funis A 22
Fortyp 22.00 -47 r EnipA 81 -
Jadsionr n7A: -.24 rlAp 13 -3
H~ighenc 8.30 Pion Ud~p 2.6.2 -.40
Hitidk 24.09-.4 +01 TxeireA 868
InsretdA 9.91+0 aue .2 -5
Jennirson rylden: Hr
GrowthB 10.23 -.19 Pioneer Funds C 0
HiY~~t .04 .02 HipdC~t 6.29 -0
J ann c PrceFunds Ad: Eqiy .5-1

BondAg 12169 Grwtpn1.3 .3


RgBkA 10.17 -.39 Price Funds:
StrlnAp 5.23 +.01 Balancexn l3.39 -.31
JohnHancockB: BIChipn 23.11 -.55
StrlncB 5.23 +.01 CABond n10.00
John Hancock Cll: CapAppn 13.68 -.20
LS~gr 740 .18 DivGroxn 15.27 -.42
LSBalanc 8.83 -.11 EmEurp 7.78 -.27

Sm~pal~l3.4 -.1 GMkln 9.64 +.401
Lazardinti 8.4-1 Growtn 19.47 -.43
LS~ode 9.27 .1 GrElndxn 12.97 -.32
L g so0 1 -.7 then 1.3 8m lo
Spie~nvsp l50 -3 ntlonn 8.83 -.05
ValmCp 2~p3.59 -.451 Intisn 22.42 -.29
Leggr MasoPtraA n &I 82 .9
AgGrrlnp 64.27 -1.53


Name NAV Chg | Name NAV Chg


Incox 10.88 -.04
Inll 14.94 -.36
NYBd 10.60 -.01
PrecMM 23.98 -.80
SciTech 7.42 -.19
ShtTBnd 8.42 ..
SmCpStk 7.43 -.21
TxEIt 11.84
TxELT 11.55
TxESh 10.37
VA Bd 10.20 ..
WldGr 11.43 -.26
VAIC :
MdCpidx 11.48 -.29
Stkidx 16.78 -.35
Value Line Fd:
LrgCo ri 12.14 -.24
Van Kamp Funds jk:
CATFA p 15.44 -.03
CapGro 7.16 -.20
CmstA p 9.62 -.19
UpBdA p 5.48 ..
EqincAp 6.00 -.10
Exch 318.73 -7.43
GrlnAp 12.42 -.32
HarbAp 11.54 -.06
HiYdA 7.37 +.02
HYMuAp 7.86
InTFAp 15.25
MunlAp 11.61 -.02


UtiAp 14.70 -.21
Van Kamp Funds 9:

HYMuB t 7 86 ..
MulB 11.59 -.03
StSMMunlnc 1 U ,a
UtilB 14.64 -,21
Vanguard Admiral:
BaAdmln567 -.21
CALTAdmn10.39
Cp Adl n 47.82 0

Exl imn 36.8 -1
ExtdAdm n21.96 -.67
M 0 dmln 7.1115

HI p~n 3 .45 -.60
InfProAd n23 85 04


T Iddmn10.2 +.
LrslyAdminl2185 +02
C~~A mn 3.0 -1.23
nrdmn 954 -.75
NLTrAdmn 1.10 +.01

PLTAdmln 10.50


STIHrAd n 9.74

TxMCaprn394.63 -1.83
TOBTAdmin10.08
STSkAdmln19.76 .4
eTd~m nron3 -
Windsrdn 25843 4
VT~dsAddnd30.07 -.9
TMAs n 17.01 -.830
CtlAI ln 1039

Divsldmrn 1032 -.22
Energyn 4m3613 -1.54

EqineAn 137.1 -.28
ExTrn 1039-11
CLn 103

8a~p 207 -4
HfClvt 4. 0
DIntlxpin 8793 -18

Eeraden 1 436 -1.4 -
ELf~ncnl2.71 -13
Gxpln 97.5 -1
FLTn od 1 22
GMn 10.57 -24



N oEqn 1. -2
Prelc~tsn 2.11 -.48
Prmth~nr 672 -.1
I ur~n 121 -. 2

STGrade n 9.474 -
rS edn 1. -0
StraE n 10.38 -.28

Tgte2005n91.44 -09


Togtne2038.50 -.19

WSsauen 9 -
Welltnn 1227 -37
Muld 108 ~ 0
Va lnguar Id F s: -153
Balancedn 15.678 .1
MvMN~n 110 ~ 0
Europn 17.06 -.3

OHTB n 11.3 +01
dPapn 1 .5
PREIv~rn 7.98 -.44
PrcCor 8 -.2
Totcndn 10.089 1
Stk~n 1 .76 -.44
uS ~n -08
Vta uardn 16F.ds:-.21
Mkl~tlnsin 9. -.0

inf rol00nst 9.71 -.02


n [ 03n1.7 2
pUsimn 119 -2
CUst lun 6.3- 60
Telnst n 19.76 45
Vadlulsn 13694 -283
Vang ardSl62 -1.2

IeM7Cdn 6.4-2
S I ndn 019 -6
Totwklgnl19.07 -.43
Vitor~nds: 102
Dvs~A 10nl.52 -.323
Waddell&Reed dv:
AssetS p 7.24 -.06
CoIrenv 3.67 -.08
WSmcac 67.79 -.12
SmlCpGr 20l.28 -.58
mCmptkZ 11.43 -.30

OpTyilnn 21.55 -.48

Wellsten Asset: -2
Core~lust 8.55 -..


Core 8.63 ..
William Blair N:


IntlStkn 7.85 -.21
Japann 5.81 -.03
LatAmn 24.06 -.88
MDShrttn 5.23 ..
MDBondn 9.85 ..
MidCapn 32.96 -.83
MCapValn 13.46 -.30
NAmern 19.78 -.46
NAsian 8.09 -.03
New Era n 29.58 -1.02
N Horizn 17.32 -.45
Nlncn 8.61 +.01
NYBondn 10.37 ..
PSlncxn 11.76 -.20
RealEstxn 7.20 -.54
R2010n 10.81 -.15
R2015n 7.98 -.12
R2020 n 10.64 -.19
R2025~n 7.57 -.15.
R2030 n 10.63 -.22
R040 n 10.53 -.23
SciTec n 14.42. 46
ShtBdn 4.65 +.01
SmCpStkn17.93 -.56
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TxFrSln 5.41


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USGvBt 12.90 -.03
GbtIlB 9:0 -20

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LGmpwa 1616 --06
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Sg~oujndl 2.30 -.55
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They are: Michigan 12:
percent; South Carolina 11
percent; Oregon 10.8 per-
cent; 1%rth Carolina 2 10.7
percent; California --' 10.5
percent; Rhode Island -10.5
percent; and Nevada -10.1
percent.

On Thursday, the U.S. De-
partment of Labor reported
the initial claims for unem-


viymn w nte viedk e ofn

iac ave was 649,000, adei-
c ease rofe 1,000 from the pe



previousw~eek's revised aver-
age of 650,000.

It was the eighth continu-
ous week that initial claims
were above 600,000. The lmi-
tial claims combined with
continuing claims have
reached a record <5.56 mil-
lion.

Since December 2007,
when the recession is said to
have started, 4.4 million jobs
have been lost. During the
past three months, monthly
job losses have accounted for
almost half of that total: De-
cember 681,000; January
- 655,000; and February -
651,000, according to the Bu-
reau of Labor Statistics.


turning and construction,
Skinner said. Although con-
struction jobs were shown to
have decreased by 12.5 per-
cent, compared to 19 percent
for manufacturing, Skinner
said many construction jobs
were performed by self-eni-
ployed workers who were not
covered by benefits and
could not apply for them.


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unndma oy nt Agures may

"We have been saying that
when we hit the high 11s to 12
percent, we would probably
level off," Skinner said. "This
could be a sign that we are
stabilizing with the economy
we have now."
Florida's total employment
in February 2009 is 8,378,000,
representing a job loss of
310,000 compared to Febru-
ary 2008. About 874,000
Floridians are jobless, with
9.25 million in the labor
force. In Februxary 2008,
Florida's unemployment was
5.2 percent.
Also Friday, figures re-
leased by the U.S. Bureau of
Labor Statistics showed that
seven states posted unem-
ployment rates above 10 per-
cent in February.


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Skechers 6.T/ +
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Sihn 23 58 -1
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Saerind 35.09 -
SouthnCo 30.57 _
S Ad~pps 1 .6d
SwsinEngy 31.97 -1
SpectraEn 14.52
Sprint~ex 3.96 +
SPDR 81.61 -1
SP Mid 90.64 -2
SPMatis 22.90 -
SPHIhC 24.26 -
SPCnSt 21.61 -



SPTech 15.82 -
SPUtI 25.80 -
Standex 8.97 -

Steris 23.51 -
StoneEngy 4.00
Stryker 34.35
SturmRug 12.08 -


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Sunoco
Suntech
SunTrst
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USNGsMd 15.16 -1.07 WellsFargo
US OlFd 30.75 -1.27 WendyArby
USSteel 24.35 -.39 WesterEn
UtdTech 44.48 -.99 WAstEMkt
UtdhlthGp 21.08 -.54 WstAl di

WstnUnio
ValeantPh 17.13 -.73 Weyerh
ValemoE 19.05 -.82 Whipl
V~NBcp 12.46 +.19 WilmCS
VangTSM s 40 66 -.78 WmsCos
VangREIT 24.01 -1.12 WmsPhrs
VangEmgs 24.30 -.70 /WmsSon
Variankled 30.87 ... V~ndstrm



ViammB 17.54 -.76~ Wyndham
VimpelCm 6.88 -.59 XLCap
Vodafoue 164 XmE

WGLHold 33.19 -.78 Yamanag
Wabash 1.60 -.20 YingliGm
WaiMart 52 57 -.19 iYumBrnds
Walgm 2639 -.17 ZwelgTI


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nanClal advice or real-time
quotes on stocks or fundS.
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WRS p ren. Iti .3 pr

the national unemployment
rate of8.1 percent.,
Althoughincreasillg, Citrus
COUnty'S unemplOyment rate
iS Tising moi~e slowly by only
0.2 percent in February over
January. In December, the
WOHnty's rat WRS 9.9 percent,
before it rose: up to 11.4 per-
cent ill January, a movement
Ofli.5 percent-
According to the agency's
figuTOS, Citrus is the seventh-
highest impacted county in
the state. Marion County





bih a ate of1. ercentt In

Citrus increased by only 0.2
percent over the January fig-
ure, while :Levy's number
went up 0.4 percent arid Mar-
iOn's by 0.7 percent.
"The numbers show that
there are still jobs out there,"
Said Rusty Skinner, CEO of
CLM Workforce Connection,
Which serves Citrus, Levy
and Marion counties. "It's a
gOod sign that there is still
hiring activity out there."
Skinner'sa~gency's task is
tO ,pinpoint where .jobs are
gfOWing, and he said that job
grOwth is showing up in gov-
ernment, private education
Rild health care sectors.
"We're not -seeing wide-
Spread growth," he said.
The two biggest job-loss
arPOS have been in manufac-


EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE

Citrus i county Is part of the Ready to Work Pilot
PrOgram. For Inforrnation, call (866) 429-2334 or e-mail
ReadyrToWork@fldoe.org.

The state has an online labor exchange tool for
job-hunters. Go to vwww.employrflorldacom.

Citrus County Workforce Connection is at 1103 E.
Inverness Blvdc., Inverness. Call 637-2223.












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MARCH 28, 2009
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CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE~


CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE
EDITORIAL BOARD
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Curt Ebitz......................................ciie member
Founded Mac Harris ;.............................,........citie member
by Albert M.
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"You lrhay dfer7 with my choice, bult not my right to choose. "
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To inform yourselves on Mrs. Smith
and friends' ability to exercise self-
control, you need only read their
posts on the aforementioned Web
site. Decide which site you would
rather have your home buyer read.
Please read the candidates' rdsum~s
and decide what kind of people you
want protecting your community
Judy Lyon
Pine Ridge


S"Edulcation, like neurosis, begins at home. "
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Let's say you have four chil-
dren t~o feed' and only one
block of cheese.. One child


dren. It may not be the diet that you
want to provide for them, but you
pray that it will sustain them until
you can find another .
block of cheese.
Our state legisla- THE II
tors are precariously Potenti~
holding that block of sa e
timm budget
and if we think they "Rally i
are hiding Big Macs
in between the pages OUR O1
of their committee re- Bleak im
ports,- we 'are mis- future for
taken.
The money is notfu
.there. The block of
cheese is all they have. And all their
Schildr~en are hungry.
A busload of Citrus County par-
Sents, teachers, administrators,
school board members, students
and advocates joified thousands
from around the state who swarmed
the steps of the Capitol in Tallahas-
see recently in a rally protesting po-
tential cutsin ed~ucati~on. The "Rally
in Tally"' delivered a strong message
to state political. leaders the
detrimental effects o:f cuts to the ed-
ucation budget would contribute to
the deteriorating state public
school system. .
The participants were passion-
ate. Their message was powerful
and their concerns.were genuirie.
But our state legislators reallyihad
no answers -because they still only
Shave that one block of cheese. Anid
somehow, they have to fund not only
Education demands that are? already
bleeding from cuts, but also de-
mlands from the Department of Chil-
Sdren & Fhmilies, the Departmenit of
Corrections, the Agency for Persons
of Disabilities, the Di~iision ofEmer
agency Management, the Departme~t
of Juvenile Justice, the State Courts
and more and more imd more.
The needs go on. And there is still
just that one bloCki of cheese.


Rally participants wfere~ invigor-
ated by the experience and should
be~commended for their willingness


dangerous responses to such criti-
cal issues. Legislators should be
continually reminded of the
tightrope tey are
balancing on when it
iSUE: comes to each and
l cuts to every funding. deci-
ucation sion that is -being
,rompts made :as Citrus
'Tally." Coun truggles with
the .reality of the'
,INION: dogged -tug-of-war
mediate with virtually every
eduction dollar that .passes
from paycheck to
ing. state coffers, we must
not lose sight of those
.resources that still remain in our
control when it comes to the educa-
tion of our children. If we fear that
our youths will not receive enough
nourishment from that meager slice
of cheese, then we must look upon
ourselires to provide what we know
is needed. We have volunteers,
mentors, businesses, families, un-
believably dedicated teachers and
administrators and a proven record
of courage aind substance when it
comes to opening stubborn doors
and figuring out wvays arou nd ha iry-
monster obstacles. .
Certainly we must keep knocking
on the. doors of our lawmakers,
warning them to never lose sight of
the impact that insufficient funding
for education has ori every level of
life in every community.
And if we cannot have more
cheese, then we must have the sup-
port and blessings to feed our own.
With fewer state mandates, de-
creased bureaucratic .require-
ments, more effTicient state
processes and a fervent commit-
m'ent to chisel down every corner
that has to be turned to satisfy a
state policy, we just may be able to
grow enough food here at home to
see our way through this economic
crisis.


LETTERS to. theEditor~


Celebrate no parkway
Anyone who believes the myth
that the extension of the Suncoast
Parkway through Citrus County
will alleviate traffic on U.S. 19 has-
n't driven south on U.S. 19 lately.
I spent a "month" in Clearwater
for a weekend earlier in March. I
drove the parkway from Hernando
County until approaching Clearwa-
ter. Then I completed the trip on
U.S. 19. What an absolute nightmare!
The number of vehicles on U.S. 19 is
just astonishing! Then there are the
transit buses with all their stops.
The overpasses/underpasses that
were supposed to alleviate conges-
tion at traffic lights are not only
useless, they are dangerous. The
traffic patterns and added traffic
lights are confusing at best; danger-
ous at worst. Vehicles are continu-
ously "popping" up from ramps
where visibility is very limited.
Along the completed sections of
the parkway, development contin-
ues unabated. New homes, shops
and strip malls are being built be-
tween abandoned, falling down,
leftover buildings obviously unoc-
cupied for months or years. The
paying of Florida continues.
While the Suncoast Realtors and
developers in Citrus County are
bemoanitig the lost millions, any
thinking and caring resident cele-
brates the fact there will be no
parkway through this county for a
long, long time.
Judy Rausch-Wertz
Beverly Hills


Boondoggle
For the life of me, I do not under-
stand this Parkway 2 boondoggle
project. I keep hearing about the
benefit to the Citrus Coounty citi
zens, and all I can understand is
that this is a rape of nature's
bounty. So other than the few rwell-
placed people who w IIl make mpney
on this project, please explain'to me
who is goirig to benef it from this.

Howi do they go?
I was wondering how the people
who are against the parkway in Citrus
County get to the Tampa Interna-
tional Alrport. Do they drive down
U.S. 19 through Hernando (County)
because they don't like parkways? Do
they stop at the businesses on U.S.
19 and buy gas and food from the
local businesses in Hernando on their


way to TIA? ... People in Levy County
would like to have an easy way to TIA.
The ioud not hav to co gst our
ro ds un itrus Ca nty. Th nkeabout it.
Congestion corner ~;:
I keep reading about' Ill you folks
that are happy that the Suncoast
Parkway is not coming tYhrbugh Cit.
rus County. Well, if you had to get
out of Green Acres Street onto
(U.S.)' 19, you wouldn't be so happy.
I think it's about time that the DOT
makes a decision on putting a traf.
fic light at that intersection, espe.
cially since the parkway is not going
to be completed. The traffic coming
up (U.S.) 19 heading north is unbe.
lievable. There are sometimes 10 to
12 cars trying to get out, and some
people take their life in their hands.
This is the intersection of Green
Acres Street and (U.S.) 19.

I Iki Godbless you
I would like to thank the
woman who retrieved my
purse from a grocery cart
that I had left it in at the
Sweetbay grocery store in
Crystal River on St. Patrick's
Day at around 10:30 (a.m.).
I appreciate your honesty in
3; handing it in to the store
name so I could thank you
~personally. Again, I'd like to thank the
woman for retrieving my purse that I
inadvertently left in the grocery cart
at Sweetbay. God bless.


lirwut to IpJury (
I read the story about the .
"White House Boys" on Sun-
day (March 15). How sad. I
think all the ~boys who took
the abuse in this holocaust
need to be compensated by
the state of Florida bil- ~
lions, I mean. And why are
these buildings still allowed
to stand? Florida, you are 563
negligent to leave these build-
ings still standing to remind these vic-
tims and further add insult to injury.
Burn the buildings or demolish them,
would be the proper thing to do.


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191 misinformation
I imagine that by now most peo-
ple who read the Central Ridge Vis-
itorknow that MaryAnn Smith and
friends have launched an attempt to
recall three members of the Pine
Ridge Board of Directors. Her vi-
cious rhetoric and constant misin-
formation in her rdsum6 and this '
recent ad in the Visitor are not what
I would expect in someone running
Sfor a position on that same board.
I must say that all of this is nbth-
ing whien compared with the Web
site shel'sends our members to. This
site is named Pine Ridge Associa-
tion and its e-mail address
(www.pineridgeassociation.com) is
similar to the official Pine Ridge
Property Owners Association Web
site (winww.pineridgeassn.com). Any-
one) king for Internet informa-
tion fnprp prty in Pine Ridge is
ver ~~~ to hit on this site. Any-
one,~i~f ay state, in any country,
can access this site. The site itself is
seriopsly misinformed and seems
meant to arouse anger rather than
discuss issues. No one looking for
property in Pine Ridge would be
likely to consider buying property
here after hitting on this site '
I am requesting that all Pine
Ridge property owners ask them-
selves one very serious question:
How can I vote for a board member
who would have the amazingly poor
judgment to trash our property val-
ues in this manner? Times are hard
and selling property is even harder.
We don't need this kind of publicity.


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Letters to THE ED TORa


murdered, Federal Reserve
notes appeared in circula-
tion.
You and my.friends know
that there is no Reserve.
You and my friends know
that the Council on Foreign
Relations maintains two
faces to the public. One face
we g~et to see, the other face
is for members only, like
Sen. Dodd. The Fed is a
part of the CFR. The world
bank, the FDIC and the Tri-
lateral Commission are part
of the CFR; it has many
other organizations under
its umbrella. Ask John Mc-
`Ca~in, he had a fundraising
supper with the Rothschilds
in London, England, that he
never mentioned during his
campaign for president.
The Rothschilds have been
working for many genera-
tions to make this world a
One World Order, with the
Rothschilds in the driver's
seat.
So far, all of Obama's
picks for his cabinet have
been members of the Trilat-
eral Commission, a part of
the CFR. What does that
mean for this country? The
Fed is a privately owned,
nongovernment agency. The
Constitution of the United
States sayrs: "...make any-
thing but gold and silver
coin a tender in payment of
debts' ..'.
Chester McWhorter
Lecanto

SOUND OFF
al the anonymous
563-0579.
Be prepared to leave a
bniet message. After the
beep, speak loudly,
slowly and clearly.
Or try the online Sound
off forum at
v~www~chronlcleon~lne~com.


Deity or demon?
The (Cokie and Steve)
Roberts' (recent) essay on
the evils of protectionism is
typical. Since the early
1970s, American citizens
have been sold on the idea
that while national defense
is good, protectionism is an
imnmitigated evil. Some pun-
dits have claimed that you
can't have freedom (citizens'
rights, rule of law, etc.) wih-
out free trade.
That is patently absurd.
Control of customs revenue .
was one of the first perks of
the national government. In .
the 19th century, the Repub-
licans (then as now, champi-
ons of the: plutocracy after a
brief involvement in civil
rights that ended in 1877) ar-
gued for protective tariffs
while the Democrats (cham-
pions of the agricultural in-
terests) argued for tariffs
that were limited to what
was needed to fund the fed-
eral government (revenue
tariffs.) If we imposed the
latter standard today, our
protection would be iron-
clad. And of course, it would '
have no negative impact on
personal freedoms. In fact,
countries with personal
freedoms are not competi-
tive in the race for the bot-
tom of the wage scale.
Like most pundits for the
plutocracy, the Roberts urge
that we send all of our jobs -
to Communist China Qr else- ~
where on the one hand to
protect our exporters (ac-
cording to The Economist,
our trade deficit was $820.6
billion for 2008), and on the
other to make sure our desti-
tute citizens can buy
sweaters made in Commu-
h~ist Chinese sweatshops.
Other such pundits have '
pointed out that if we pro-
tect our industry (most of it
is now gone) it will be on thie
backs ofthe greater number
of service workers.


That ignores the fact that
sending millions of jobs to
countries with cheap labor
drives down the bargaining
power of all workers.
Almost immediately after
we embraced globalization,
salaries, wages and benefits
for workers first slowed
growth,' then began a contin-
uous retreat which has now
accelerated. At the same
time, even though our com-
panies were losing ground,
CEO Eompensation took off
like a rocket,
The CIA Fact Book for the
U.S. states that in the past 25
years, nibsjt income growth
has gone to the top 20 per-
cent of households. Actually,
that is an understatement.
Other studies suggest that
based on tax filings, today's .
30-year-olds make 23 per-
cent less than 30-year-olds
the year they were born (ad-
justed for inflation.)
The Rioberts' god is in re-
ality a demon.
Pat Condray
Ozello

Conspiracy theory
The U.S. House Select
Committee on assassina-
tions concluded that John E
Kennedy was murdered by
"some sort" of conspiracy!
Allow me to proceed on this
matter.
I can put my hands, on
short notice', on a United
States $5 note bearing the
series 1963. I can lay my
hands, with~ a few minutes'
notice, on a Federal RC-
serve $5 note, series 1963. ~
Just before he was mur-
dered, JFK' caused the U.S.
Treasury to print U.S. notes.
~Hopefully, no more Feder~al
Reserve notes. Notes of U.S
Treasury origin were pulled
from bircillation by the
Richmonid, Va., bank, except
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MARCH 28, 2009


a Kentucky basketball coach
Billy Gillesple bired. Will Billy
Donovan bolt from Florida?
See story on
Page B2.

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TV, Lottery/B4
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CR girls Lecanto

:boys grab victories
JoHN COSCIA
jcoscia@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
The Lecanto boys. and Crystal
River girls domiinated on the Pan-
thers' har~d courts Friday~ afternoon
as each squad cruised to easy' \icto-
ries in their respective matches.
The Lecanto boys squad didn't;
drop a. set in their 7-0 dismantling
of Crystal Riv:er while the Crystal
River Lady Pirates cru ised to a 5-2
victory over the' Lady Panthers.
"We're really playing }vell right
Snow," Lecanto head coach Jack
Hall said. "I think we 're in good po-;
sition going into the district,.tour-
nament. But y'ou never ~knoir-
Citrus could play a factor in decid-
ing that as well."
Leading the way; with wiris in
their respective matches were:
Tommy Saltsman defeated Br~andon
Papp, 6-3. 6-2; Joe Tamposi de-
Sfeated Tyler Swanson 6-1, 6-0; Erik
Ruben defeated Alex Papp, 6-2, 6-3;
Jake Tamposi defeated Cameron
Green, 6-0, 6-0; and Malik Begure
defeated Lukie Bennett, 6-0, 6-0.


man and Ruben were 8-4 winners
over the Papp brothers.
On the girls side, Crystal River
was nearly as dominating winning

:h~Pnherst'oenlyantdoweinds o
the day came when Zeel Patel de-
feated AshleyAllen 1-6, 7-5, 6-4in a
two-and-a-half .hour marathon.
L~ecanto's other win came when
Nadia Khan and Katie Campbell
Defeated Kayla Papp and Allen.
Other than that, it was all Pirates
as Kristin Tringali defeated Ak-
shura Patel, 6-1, 6-1; Kayla Papp de-
feated Khan, 6-4, 6-3; Mallory
LeNoir defeated Campbell, 6-4, 6-4;
Tina Lin defeated Kimberly
Hafner, 6-4, 6-3; and in doubles
Tringali and LeNoir were 8-4 win-
ners over the Patels.
"We have Citrus next week and
Lecanto is a great team to play to
prepare for that," Crystal River
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"We have another great field this
year buit it is a bit smaller than in
years past," Ocala's pro Clark
Creamer said. "This year because
we had to movie the tournament up
a month, we lost several golfers.
We're only at 192 golfers, which is
down from 224 from last year.
"The scores that have been shot
so far set up for an ~exciting week-
end," Cr~eamer continued. "The top
golfers will tee off firsi thing Satur-
'day morning and then be the finish-
ing group on Sunday afternoon."


urday's movingg day," the opening
day belonged to Ty~ler Hock who
shot an eye-popping 10-under par
,62. The round of the day was also
the lowest round in the tourna-
ment's 58-year history and ties the
course record.
But Gosse and Hock weren't the
only golfers to go low The Camp's
defend ing cham pion, Joey Graham,
shot an 8-under 64 and is sand-
w~iched in the second slot heading
into today's second round. Also in
the hunt are Judd Davis and David


Griffi n w~ho shot a pai r of 67s and a
trio of 68s by Jeff Zysek. Clint
Monari and Joel Durrante in the
hunt as well.
'llvo other highlights on the day
were a pair of hole-in-ones on the
course's par 3 second hole by Kirby
Manning and Nick Smith
The tournament is traditionally
held during the last weekend of
April but had to be moved up this
y'ear because the Ocala Municipal
Course is closing down in two weeks
to undergo major renovations. L


best went head-to-head in the 58th
annual Henry H. Camp golf tourna-
ment at Oeala's Municipal course.
And Citrus County had one of its
own, Kelly Gosse, stalking the top of
the leader board. Gosse, the winner
of the 47th annual St. Patrick's
Tournament at the Inverness Golf &
Country Club two weeks ago, shot
an i impressive 7-u nder par 65 on the
6,300 yard Ocala Municipal course.
While Gosse, the 2001 Camp
champion, shot a rou nd that leaves
him poised to make a run on Sat-


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JonN COSCIA
jcoscia~chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
The area's oldest and most com-
petitive amateur golf tournament
'teed off on li-iday as the best of the


BRIAN LaPETERIChro~cie
Pirates' thiird baseman Alex Sullivan fields a pick off attempt of Cliruls' Genle Berry during the fourth inning on Friday night in Crystal River.



Pirates comltese'sep dCanes


JoN-MICHAE. SORACCHI
jmsoracchi@chronicleonl ine.com
Chr~onricl
Citrus softball coach Butch
Miller might have summed it up
best.
If you were a ~casual fan who
didn't have a stake in either team,
the contest between Crystal H iver
and Citrus on Friday night was
qu ite the contest.
Fortunatelyifor~the Pirates (and
unfortunately for Miller and his
Hurricanes), Crystal River com-
pleted a season sweep of Citrus
with a back-and-forth 8-6 victory


that li~asn't truly safe until' the
final out was recorded.
"It was a battle," said Crys- ii
tal 'Riveri coach
:Cassie Pearson,
whose team im-
.:proved to 6-6 overall.
"We were aggressive
on the base paths and
at'the plate and I was
happy with that"
Citrus held a '3-1
lead heading into
the bottom of the third
until Crystal River's three-run
inning gave the~ Pirates the lead
for good.


Cheyvenne Phelps scored on a
Wiild pitch and Megan Unverdor-
ben came home on an error on
'the same sequence to
tie the battle at three.<
Kay;lah Hall's RBI
single to drive in Alex
Sulliv~an pushed Crys-
tal River out in front~by
a score of4-3.
"When you look at
a game like this ;iit
was a heck of a game
to watch,"' said Miller,
whose team fell toj 3-10 overall.
The top of the lineup proved
to be catalysts for the Pirates as


the first four batters in the
lineupj scored all eight of Crystal
River's i-uns. ..
Freshman shortstop Unverdor-
ben went 3-for-4 for the Pirates
with. three' runs scored and an ~
Rkl[ and also made tivo spectacu- .
lar plays in the field to styniie
Citrus.
Phelps didn't have a hit but
scored both times: she reached
bae :
Seior catcher Kaylah Hall
who went 2-for-3, had a pair of
RBIs for the Pirates -
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next game is Tuesday at home
against Central Florida Christian
Academy:
Clutch hit propels
Lecanto over S. Sumter
Matt Ennis' two-run, two-out
Single in the bottom of the sev-
enth delivered a 4-3 victory for
the Lecanto baseball team at
home over South Sumter on Fri-
day night.
Thomas Bevis tossed 1 1-3 in-
nings of scoreless relief to pick
up the win for the Panthers.
Down 3-1 after a three-run
home run by South Sumter, Chris
Choto came through with an RBI
double in the bottom of the sixth
to pull Lecanto within a run.
In the bottom of the seventh,
Lecanto quickly piled up two outs
before Josh Slonaker drew a
two-out walk and Mike Scales
followed with a single a~id stolen
base to put runners in scoring
position.
Ennis, a senior catcher,
worked thle count to 2-2 before
coming:thirough with the walk-off
base hit.
Lecanto, now 7-7 overall and
5-6 ih District 4A-6, plays Friday
at home against Citrus.


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12 p.m. (ESPN) Baylor vs. Louisville
2 p.m. (ESPN) Maryland vs. Vanderbilt
9 p.m. (ESPN) iowa State vs. Michigan State
11:30 p.m. (ESPN2) Ohio State vS. Stanford
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Cincinnati 12 15 .444
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Baltimore 9, Florida 7
Minnesota 16, Tampa Bay 2
Boston 11, St. Louis 8, 10 innings
Houston 6, Philadelphia 5
Colorado 8, Seattle 3
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themselves mentally that
they're good enough to beat
Citrus. T
The match between the
COunty rival Hurricanes and
Pirates will take place next
Thursday at Citrus with the
number one seed for the dis
trief, tournament at stake.
"I think it would be a big
emotional lift to beat Citrus
on Thursday heading into the
tournament," Wise contin-
ued. "And honestly, last time
it was a lot closer than the
final score (7-0) indicated. We
were actually ahead in three
of those matchess"

,A wild pitch by the Pirates
scored Genie Berry, who
reached on a walk. Chelsea
Usher came up later in the
frame and smacked a two-
run triple to pull the Hurri-
canes within a pair of runs.
"We had some mistakes,
but I look at the positives
too," Miller said. "The girls
fought back~at the end."
Pearson didn't expect any-
thing less from the Hurri-
canes.
"We beat them the first
time, so we knew they were
coming for blood," Pearson
said of Citrus.
Crystal River would buckle
down and Melanie Lee com-
pleted what she started in the
seventh. Although the Pirates
hurler yielded a leadoff walk,
a 4-3 putout and a pair of pop
outs ended the game.
For Citrus, McKenzie Bris-
son went 3-for-3 with a triple,
a run and an R'BI. Candace
Smith had two hits in three
official at~-bats and scored
two runs.
Pearson gave all the credit
to her players and assistant
coach staff, saying, "The girls
deserved to win with the way
they pla ed and I want to give
kudos to my coaching staff,
especially Jenny Gufford."


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head coach Robin Wise said.
"They're very consistent
and that feeds into what
we're trying to concentrate
on, which is learning how to
finish. .
"We're much improved
since we played Citrus early
in the season, especially at
number one doubles. I al-
WayS Say, '8Dy giVen day.' I've
got fighters for girls and right
110W they have to convince




000tlnued from Page B1


Although the contest went
back and forth, Crystal River
broke it open for good in the
bottom of the fifth inning.
A combination' of two
timely hits and four Hurri-
cRale Orrors conspired to
SCOre four runS for CryStal
RiVer, turning & Scant one-
run lead in o an a- avn-
tage b'y the home-standing
Pirates.
Phelps scored on a single
by Unverdorben, who scored
herself on a passed ball.
Those two runs put Crystal
River out in front 6-3.
Sullivan, who walked
came home on a hit by Kay-
lah Hall and Sarah Wygle
picke up an R on a
fielder's choice to plate
Haleigh Hall.
"(Winning) always comes
down to the team that makes
the fewest mistakes,' Mler
said. "Adrienne (Ramsey, Cit-
rus' pitcher) threw a good
ballgame and didn't deserve
what she' got."
Citrus, however, wouldn't
go quietly and pushed across
three runs of its own in the
top of the sixth.


NHL Standings
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division'
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h 40 .27 8. 88 235 222
gers 39 27 9 87 193 204
Riders 25 41 8 58 186 240
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46 17 10 102 243 171
38 27 9 85 223 225
36 30 8 80 222. 214
31 31 13 75 225 264

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Chicago 39 22 11 89
Columbus 39 28 7 85
Nashville. 36 30 8 80
St. Louis 35 30 9 79
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Vancouver 39 25 9 87
Edmonton 35 30 9 79
Minnesota 35 31 8 78
Colorado 31 41 2 64
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Anaheim 37 31 6 80
Dallas 33 32 9 75
Los Angeles 31 33 10 72
Phoenix 31 36 7 69


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Panthers fall on road
to North Marion, 6-2
The Lecanto girls softball fell
to 7-4 overall and 4-3 in District
4A-6 following a 6-2 loss to North
M8600n On Friday night.
"We didn't hit the ball," said
Panthers coach Robert Dupier'
"We didn't play our game.
Amanda Dixon went 2-for-3
with a run scored for Lecanto
while Rachel Tirpak had a hit and
run scored for the Panthers.
Dupler also said that Lecanto
hurler Amber Neeld "did a great
job pitching "'
,Crystal River bats
'crush Rattlers, 11-1
Crystal River's Matt Garlock,
in his first start of the season
went five Innings, striking out
fivle, allowing just three, and no
walks as the Pirates crushed
Believlew 11-1 on Friday night.
The Pirates head coach .
Bobby Stack said "everyork in
the lineup, top to bottom, con-
tributed." Some of the highlights
Wefe COdy E~Ying's triple, and
doubles by Nic Dellatorre, Gehrig
H-all, Jared Marckese, Alton
Pierce and Zack Bid lack. The Pi-
rates' (10-2 overall, 9-2 district)


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the. 87th day of 2009. There are
278 days left ih the year.
Today's Highlight in History:-
On March 28, 1979, America's
worst commercial nuclear acci-
dent occurred inside the Unit 2 .
reactor at the Three Mile Island
plant near Middletown, Pa.
On this date:
SIn 1834, the U.S. Senate voted
to censure Presiderit Andrew
Jlackson for the removal of fed-
eral deposits from the Ban~k of
th tite:~~d States.
In 1854, during the Crimeah
War, Britain and France declared
war on R~ussia.
In 1896, the opera "Andrea
Chienier," by Umberto Giordano,
TERIChronicle~'I premiered in Mila .
;of the Li- ~ In 1898, the Supreme Court, ih
rhile wait- United States v. Wong Kim Ark,.
ruled that a child born in the
United States to Chinese immi-


Turkish cities of Constantinople
~Lbrary and Angora were changed to Is-
lie . tanbul arid Ankara.
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n. Sat. effectively ended as Madrid fell to
day; 10 the forces of Francisco Franco.
; and In l942, during World War II,
day. British naval forces raided the
IAudito- Nazi-occupied French port of St.
ir. Nazaire in Operation Chariot.
~t south In 1994, absurdist playwright
Eugene lonesco died in Paris at
age 84.
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'3-a-bag target Serb military forces in
Kosovo in the fifth straight night
334 or of airstrikes; thousands of
refugees flooded into Albania
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writer Sir Peter Ustinov died.
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Max Perlich is 41. Movie director
Brett Ratner is 40. Country
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Keuning is 33. Actress Annie
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men without exception, we shall
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brary Spring Book Sale at the Citrus County AuditorIum in Inverness. She occuqles time with "Tis Herself," a Maureeng'Hara autobiography, w
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Chronricle show from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. today at recreation Center, 77 Civie1 fundraiser
Crystal Chevrolet, 1035 S. Sun- C 1,Beverly Hills. Tickets are
izzling steak dinner to coast Blvd., Homosassa. Judging ar information, call 621-9225. WHEN: 9 a.m. to 4 p
e country show, this for the event hosted by the Citrus ,.Ilywood entertainer James urday, 1 to 4 p.m. Su
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.ary Spring Book Sale by Too Far Water & Natural Re- in Lecanto. Tickets are $15. For grounds on U.S. 41 J1
uesday at the Citrus sources Foundation will be from information, call 527-8228. of Inverness.
ditorium at the Citrus 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today at Good "The Curious Savage" contin- ADMISSION: Free
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Taking spiritual journey for Easter a


Special to the Chronicle
During Holy Week, at the First
United Mlethodist -Church of Ho-
mosassa, everyone will have the op-
portunity to walk a prayer labyrinth


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Easter events
I Easter cantata, "Because He Lives,'
at 11 a.m. Palm Sunday, April 5, at Red -
Level Baptist Church, 11025 W. Dunnel-
lon Road, Crystal River. A 35-minute mov-
Ing mulsical wlth live drama and song,
Pubile welcome, .
I Easter breakfast at 8:30 a.m. Sun.
day, April 12, at Victory Baptist Church In
the fellowship hall, 5040 E. Shady Acres
Drive,, Invernes~. Call the church at 726-
9719.
1 Easter muslical drama, "More Than
Just a Man," at 7 tonight at Firat United
Methodlet Church of Inverness, 3896 S.
Pleasant Grove Road (County Road 581).
A story of Jesus' minletry through the eyes


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on Holy Saturd~ay, April 11.
Other areas for prayer and quiet
reflection will be set up around the
labyrinth. Information about the
labyrinth will be available, as will
someone to answer questions.
As one enters the area near the
labyrinth, silence is observed both
out of respect for others and their


spiritual journey and for ourselves as
we maintain an attitude of prayer. A
prayer laibyrinth is designed to be.
walked slowly, silently, reverently, in-
tentionally. Some people walk the
labyrinth,in prayer, while others shed
the confusion and "busyness" from
See LABYRINTH/Page C5


-- a journey millions of Christians
have taken before.
All are invited to walk the
labyrinth, which will bein fellowship
hall, from 8 a.in, to 8 p.m. on Good Fri-
day, April 10, or from 9 a.m. to noon


Nancy Kennedy
ORelACE
NOTESE


BRIAN LaPETERIChronclel
John Scott, the new minister at First Christian Church in Inverness, gets a hug from hisidaughter Hannah, 11, during a recent Wednesday night
dinner at the church.

MinistrP anrivesfivm Indidana to take spot in padpit at First ChFristan Chu~rch


here, and church for nearly 12 yea rs before com inIg
~ott said. here.
oin ngsHe said that although he wvas happy at that
Church, having taken it from a small group of
an ile older people to more than 225 adults, teens
ad'ebt and children, he felt it w~as time for someone
o feadr; else to come in and take the church further
ey just need than he could if he had stayed.
vith famni- "It was a great time," he said. "We filled
t hat bu iId ing u p, but I d id n't feel I wras
Sto step in needed there any more, that someone else
;her to ob- could come in anld take it from there. 1
could've stayed, but I wanted something
whllere I had to rely on God and not on myself
oi;on what God had already donee"
here' .Tom Ressler, an elder at FCCI, said that in
Scott's short time at the church he has
rople "demonstrated an overwhelming,
I$ Ileursonable and sincere commitment and love
HWe added, "Whiile he has been visiting with
hn Sco;'tt mefrbers of our congregation and our visi- .
ist an hrch _tpggsihe has shown a'genuine desire
immvrnes. 4t~9nsu re that First Christian is truly ali ex-
fnple of Christian love. '
and to grow Ressler said the church's steering commit-
nd minister t~eelooks forward to Scott developing and
et and a: ~c acting a leadership training program for
to spend lirs and deacons, and hopes under Scott's
Id learn eidership the church will be recognized as a
unity." beacon for Christ in~tie community, and that
don't want "FCCI" w~ill be known as "For Christ-Cen-
ister of a tered Individuals."
outh minis- Church member Jim Ockerman noted
that aspect Scott's "vlery strong abd energetic w\ork
ethic. '
im. he said.


NANCY KENNEDY
nkennedy@chronicleonline.com
Ch'onlCe


"They; have a lot of older Folks
you've got to hand it to them." Sc
"They.'ve volunteered and are de
- they just all came: together.
"The facility here is fantastic t
are loving," he said. "They have
here, but they hav~e absolutely n(
they're not i nti midated by it. The
some TLC, and I like to do that wr
lies."
Scott said he has no huge plan
arid overhaul the church, but rat
serve anid take notes.


The facility
Is fantastic and pe
are loving.
.Jof
minister, First Chri


"I know God wants me to love
this church, to fill the building a
.in the community and be an asSc
blessi ng," he said. "IT'm not herie
money. I'm here to try~ to fit inl an
about the people and the comm~
Scott, the rt~pf a preacher d i
the responsibili~ty of being a min
chuLrch. but he did wra nt to be a y
ter. which h6.became and loved 1
of ministry.
Aut God had other plans for hi
and he served $s senior minister


r at his last


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~~-. Rei Zon2 NOTES
of the high priest, Caiaphas, and olt~B tabernacle norl
members of the Jewish Sanhednn. Iriter- puppet show, s
estlng dialogue, uplifting contemporary bracelets. Coo
music with exciting orchestration. Call I Easter ca
726-2522. : Russell Mauldl
I Easter 4 Kids for ages 3 through mented chance
flfth grade from 9 a~m, to noon Saturday, cal Lutheran C
April 4, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church & and 10:45 a~m
School and Preclous Lambs Pres'chool, Sundayi, April 5
6150 N, Lecanto Highway, Beverly~ Hills. Longtin, accomr
The theme, "Walking with Jesus'' Includes narrator Dee F
crafts, singing, Bi[bje lessons, garies, N. Citrus Sprin
snacks and more, Registration begins atg 9 First Baptl
a~m. by a parent. Pre-registratlon avall- Worship Choir'
able by calling (352) 489-3027.No cost. West," under t~
. ACommvunity Easter egg hunt for chil- Ryan Shlpp at
dren at 10 a~m, Saturday, April 4, at Crys- 5. Children's c~
tal River United Methodlst Church's Ing worship set


th of the sanctuary. Enjoy a
;inging, and making faith
kles and punch served.
Intata "Amazing Grace," by
n, presented by the aug-
el cholr of Hope Evangell-
hurch in Citrus Springs at 8
.Worshlp servloes Palm
,, with director Jason
~panist Hazel Relnetra and
orsyth. Church is at 9425
gs Blvd. All welcome.
ist Church of Invemess
's Easter musical, "East to
he direction of the Rev.
8 ~p.m. Palm Sunday, April
hor performs during momn-
rvlce. Good Friday service


at 6 p.m. April 10.
I Children of First Baptist Church of In-
vemness will build a 100-foot banana split
on the church grounds after Sunday
school classes Palm Sunday, April 5.
Easter egg hunt for children age 2
through flfth grade after Sunday school
classes Easter Sunday, April 12.' Hun-
dreds of eggs filled with candy and
money.
I Annual breakfast with the Easter
Bunny and Easter egg hunt from -10 to -
11:30 a.m. Saturday, April 11, at First
Presbyterlan Church of Invemess, Call
637-0770,
I "Eggstravaganza" Easter egg hunit
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Relli 'on


c
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MARCH 28, 2009


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Lesson:







'ituret ih o
Although I consider my-
culture, this is the first
season I've ~watched "Ameri-
can Idol."
In years liast, I've seen the
last 15 minutes of some of the
final shows to see who wins,
but not knowing who's who, I
didn't really care one way or
another.
This season, mostly be-
cause I hate being left out of
the watercooler conversa-
tion, I decided early on to
watch every episode, from
first auditions' to finale, and I
even hope to buy tickets to
see the "Top Ten Idol" con-
testants when they go on tour
this summer.
I have to say, "American
Idol" is a brutal show. During
the auditions they show the
best perforniers, as well as
the worst, and the only rea-
son they show the worst is so
people like me can laugh and
make fun.
I also think the producers
single out certain contestants
they want viewers to.love or
:love to hate. Early on, the
-love to hate inclu da Bikini
Girl, who showed up .with a
haughty attitude stuffed in a
skimpy bikini; Tatiaria, the
most annoying person on the
See GRACE/Page C5









Judi Siegal

JOUJRNAL,











What a winter season
we have had this
year in our part of
Florida! Sweaters have been
de rigueur and scarves a nee-
-essary accessory. I actually
had to wear my Florida "win-
ter coat" more than,twice and
many a day I toyed with the
idea ofwvearing --you should
pardon the expression -
gloves.
This all, of course, leads
me tothinking about spring. I
know the warmer season is
not far off just by looking at
my garden and the lessons it
teaches me.
Right now, nothing seems
to be alive. The predominant
color is brown with hardly a
green sprout in sight.
Aren't there times in our
lives when everything seems
to be brown, when everything
seems dull, dry and lifeless?
Here my little cultivated
patch is telling me: "Hang in
there! Soon I will turn green.
You will see. All will be well."

gardnh a eta gt ne:Sta
the course. It may be that it
looks like there is no hope,
but things will change. Green
will sprout and hope will re-
turn.
Lesson number two is with.
appearances,
I have received plants that
looked so ugly I almost didn't

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o w n


:~to be the new guy
In tOWH, eSpecially
the new minister.

As the Rev. John Scott sat among still-un-
packed boxes of books in his new office at
First Christian Church in Inverness (FCCI),
he smiled. --
He and his family had just arrived from
SIndiana a week prior and he still couldn't get
over how warm the temperature was outside
-- in March.
"This is like a vacation," he said.
Bu~t it's not~a vacation. He has come to fill
the vacancy left bythe church's previous
minister, Todd Langdon, who left to start an-
other church.
"'We saw a need here and saw that God
could us'e us here," Scott said.
Prior to coming to Inverness, Scott served
as senior minister at a Christian chtitrch in
Auburn. Ind.
The Inverness church at one time had a
st rong youth and chilId ren's program. They
bu ilt and mnoved into newv facilities July! 2003
with approximately 350 people.
yow,: the church is down to a few
teenagers and fewer children, but Scott. a
former youth minister, hopes the church wiill
be as strong or stronger than it ever w~as.








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Homosassa .
"Come Worship with Us,,
10540 W. Yulee Drive* Homosassa
628-3858
Rev. J. Alan-Ritter
Sunday .
9:00 am Sunday School (AM Age~ Grayrs)
10-30 amWorship Celebratiod i
Choir l Special Musiol"KiKdt Worship'

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4 MILEs EAST OF HwY.
19 oN H'wY. 44


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Rector: Fr. Kevin G. HoSlaiple
SCelebrating 50 Yeairsief .
SServisig God and the Conubuunity I
Sunday Masses: , 8:00 a.nt.
1o:15 gm.
Monung Prayer &C Da ly Mlaspes
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Gospel Church
1160 N.. Dunkenfield Ave.
795-6720

A FULL GO 'PEEL
FFLLOWNSHIP
WednS daay OCrsian Ed"
7:00 p.M. ~~
Prayer Sat. 4-6Orn 2
Pastor Brona LCairder a


I St. Elizabeth Ann Seton's
Council of Catholic Women's
spring fashion show~ and
luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Thurs-
day at Citrus Hills Country Club.
Fashions by Beall's. -For tickets
($15) call co-chairwomen Arlene
Lentsch at (352) 489-1657 or
Dotti Nappi at 795-0346.
I Episcopal Church of The
Advent fashion show and
luncheon at noon Saturday,
May 2. Tickets required. Cost of
$10 each includes lunch. Church
is at 11251 S.W. Highway. 484,
1.3 miles west of State Road
200. Fashions by Bon-Worth. For
tickets ~or information, call (352)
465-7272.
Sale away
W Indoor yard sale from 8
a.m. to 3 p.m. today in the fellow-
ship hall at United Pentecostal
Church of Inverness, 1207 S.
Bea Ave., Inverness.
aCraft fair and bake sale
continues from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
today at First Lutheran Church,
1900 W. State Road 44, Inver-
ness. Drawings for full-size quilt,
log cabin dollhouse and "Red
Hat Ladies" bed doll. Call Mary-
lyn Stubbs at 344-1572 or the
church at 726-1637. A Thrivent
event.

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Sunday Morning
Adult & Chl~dren's Worship
Su-a S= =l :4 AM
Evening Service 6:00 PM
Wednesday
Ufe Aplicaon Sern,,
Jam Session Youth Ministries & Teen
Kid (ages 4-11) 7:00 PM
2180 N.W. Old Tallahassee Rd.
(12th Ave.) New,
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Church of Christ
9592 W. Deep Wioods
Crystal Riv;er, FL 3416.5
352-564-8565
ww~w.~esteit ruscocl.com
W. Deep Woods Dr.





US Hwy. 19


SERVICES
Sunday AM
Bible Study 9:30
Worship 10:30
Sunday PM
Worship 6:00
OednOSday

Bible Study 7:00
EVANGELISTS
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David Curry




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C4801 N.HCitrus Ave.
(2 Mi. N Of US 19)

795-3148


WWW.CrumC.COM
Rev. David Gill, Pastor
Sunday Worship
8 g00 Ea ICm unio
11:00 Traditional
Bible Studv
At 9:30 and 11:00 For All Ages.
Nursery available at all services.
Youth Fellowshi Sunday, 4:30
Wednes ay 6:30 '
Bright B~e inni PP school
Mon. -Fri. 7a.m.-6pm.
795-1240
:. A Stephen Ministry Provider .


St. B'ened~ict .
Cathohic Chbrch
U..S. 19 at Ozello Rd.


Vigil: 5:00pl
Sun.: 8:30 &r 10:30am
DAILY MASSES :
Mon. Fri.: 8:00am

HOLY YDAYS j~
As Announced
CONFESSION .
Sat.: 3:30 4:30pm
_ 795-4479


First United
Methodist
at' Church
A.Stephen Ministiy Churh
8831 W. Bradshaw St.

~''Homosa ssa
West of US 19
(take Widee Dr. at Burgeir King)

Rev. Mark Whittaker

628-4081
www 1 umc~org
Traditional Worship: .
8:00 A.M., 9:30 A.M. & 11:00 A.M.
Nursery at AllI Sunday Services

Sunday School fof
AII Ages: 9:30 A.M.

Youth Ministries
(ageS 1-18)
"6"' = I


Rev. &Mrs. Bertine
"Exciting &
~Contagious Worship"
Sunday 8:00, 9:30
and 11:00 am
*Adult Worship
*Kid's Worship -
(Worship just for Kids)
5:30 pm Evening
Activities:
Adult Bible Studies
Teen Program
(Grades 6-12) .
*Kids Connection
(3 yr. old 5th Grade) ~


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'"'^' 1501 SW Hwy. 19
352-79512259 I
wwwfpcofcrystalriverzom


Pastors Dave & Susie Sininger


1:0Sunda6 0m

Wednesday
7pm
Come worship with us
and see why we are
Sbecommng the
people's Church

795-LIFE
(5433)
www~abundantlifecitrus org


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICL.E


RELIGION


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S U.S. 41, Inverness is accepting
applications for infants, toddlers,
preschool, and before- and after-
school day care. Also accepting
applications for summer day
camp. Call Miss Twilla at 726-
2875. Little Vines is fully accred-
ited by the State of Florida and is
ACSI approved. *
Food 8: fun
I The Men's Ministry of
Abundant Life, Men of Purpose,
will meet this morning at 8:30 at
Oyster's Restaurant on U.S.
Highway 19 in Crystal River. The
breakfast is open to all men in
the community. Men of Purpose
is focused on developing the
whole man: spirit, soul and body.
This provides opportunities to
worship, fellowship and partici-
pate in teachings for the scrip,
tures. Call the church at
795.LIFE or go to our Web site at
www.abundantlifecitrus.org
M Floral City United Methodist
Church's last chicken and bis.
cuit dinner for the season from
3:30 to 6 p.m. today in Hilton
Hall. Menu includes chicken and
biscuit, mashed potatoes and
gravy, green beans, tossed
salad, dessert and beverage for
Sa donation of $7.50. Takeouts
available. Church is at 8478 E.
Marvin St., across from the ele-
mentary school. Call 344-1771.


rus Springs, Call (352) 489-5511.
I Holy week begins Palm
Sunday, April 5, as Joy :
Lutheran Church celebrates
with procession of palms~and
music from bell and vocal choirs
at the 8:15 and 11 a.rp. services.
Prior to Maundy Thursday wor-
ship service on April 9, at 4:30
p.m. is a Christian Sedler to ~cele.
brate the basis of the. Last Sup-
per and the institution of
communion. Worship~ sentice fol-
lows at 6:45 p.m. wit .the ser-
mon "The Carpenter's Cross."
Community service in celebra-
Stion of Good Friday ai l p.m.
April 10,. at the College Road
Baptist Church. Easter Sunday
begins at 6:36 a.m. outdoors in
the memorial garden (weather
permitting). Services follow at
8:30 and 10:30 a.m. in church
sanctuary with bell arid vocal -
choirs performing. Public wel-
come. Church- is at 7045 S.W.
83id Place at S.R. 200, Ociala.
Call 854-4509, ext. 221.
I First Presbyterian Church
Sof Crystal River Maundy Thurs.
day serylce and Seder meal at 6
p.m. April 9, in Westminster Hall,
1501 S.E. U.S. 1S in Cry~stl
River, north oi Sweetbay., Call
795-2259.
Fun for kdidS
I Parsons Miemorial Pres-


byterian Church invites children
of all ages to participate in a
Christian Spring Fling from 9
a.m. to noon today in the fellow-
ship hall behind the church sanc-
tuary at 5850 Riverside Drive in
Yankeetown (next to Coast .
Guard Station). Fun crafts,
songs, Easter egg coloring, an
Easter egg hunt and snacks. Call
447-2506.
I Puppet show during the.
moming and evening worship
services Sunday at Victory Bap-
tist Church, 5040 E. Shady Acres
Drive, inverness. February and
March birthdays celebrated at 5
p.m. Members to provide finger
food. Puppet show for all.chil-
dren (young and old). Call 726-
9719. .
A AWANA from 5:15 to 7 p.m. ,
Sunday at First Baptist Chur ch
of Invemess features games, de- -
viotions, Scripture memorization
and theme nights. Classes for
Puggles, Cubbies, Sparks and
Truth & Training for ages 2
through fifth grade. All welcome.
Call the church at 726-1252.
I AWANA classes for children
from kindergarten through sixth
grade from 6:30 to 8:15 p.m.
Wednesdays at Heritage Baptist
Church's 'fellowship hall at 2
Civic Circle, Beverly Hills. Call
'746-6171 for information. -
A Little Vines Daycare, 960


service at 7 p.m. April 10; Easter
Sunday sunrise service at 7 a.m.
followed by breakfast sented by
the Men's Club, a children's
Easter story and Easter egg
hunt, and Easter Divine Service
at 10 a.m. Call (352) 489-5881.
M Holy Week and Resurrec-
tion celebrations at Crystal
River United Methodist Church
begin with Palm/Passion ~Sunday
services on April 5 with two tradi-
tional services at 8 and 11 a.m.
and a praise and worship service
at 9:30 a.m. Holy Thursday Com-
munion service at 7 p.m. April 9
with a Service of Darkness at the
Cross at 7 p.m. Friday, April 10.
Community sunrise service at 6
a.m. Easter Sunday in the
church tabemacle concluding
with three services at regularly
'scheduled times. Call 795-3148.
W Holy Week at Hope Evan.
gelical Lutheran Church in Cit-
Srus Springs: Palm Sunday
worship services at 8 and 10:45
Sa.m. April 5 with procession of
palms and Easter cantata
"Amazing Grace" presented by
sanctuary choir. Maundy Thurs-
day services at noon and 7 p.m.
April 9. Good Friday Stations of
Sthe Cross at noon, April 10, with
worship~ service at 7 p.m. Easter
Sunday worship services at 8
-and 10:45 a.m. Church is at
94?5 N. Citrus Springs Blvd., Cit-


s'l :i;


+ St. Timoth!y
Lu~thera~n Church
ELICA
1070 N. Suncoast Blvd.
Crystal Riiver
795-5325


NOTES
Continued from Page C1
with fun and games for children
at 10 a.m. Saturday April 11, at
Hemnando United Methodist
Church, 2125 E, Norvell Bryant
Highway, Hemnando. Call Car-
men Perez at 270-9180 or the
church office at 726-7245.
I Easter egg hunt fry chil-
dren from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sat-
urday, April 11, at Beverly Hills
Community Church, 82 Civic Cir-
cle, Beverly Hills
I Easter e hunt for chil-
dren ages 10 ad younger at 10
a.m. Saturday, Aphii 11, at Hope
Evangelical Lutheran Church,
9425 N. Citrus Springs Blvd., Cit-
rus Springs. Call (352) 489-5511

seviCe mt6 ~. Ester Seunday,
April 12, in the' outdoor taberna..
dle of Crystal River United
Methodist Church featuring the
men's choir from Mount Olive
Misinr Ba tist Church. Call
7 -1n4a8
Holy week
I Peace Lutheran Church
Missouri Synod, 7201 S. U.S.
41, five miles north of downtown
Dunnellon, Easte~r Holy Week
services: Maundy? Thursday serv
ice at 7 p.m. April 9; Good Friday


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1928 Bookr of Common Prayer -
Iluaditional ~piscopal Worship

$Anglican Church
Vof'the Holy Spirit
1023 E. Norvell Bryant Hwy.
Hernand~o, FL 34442
352-63759)22
or 352-621-3323 i
Fr David Sokol Priest
Adult Bibke Study 9:30
Holy_ ('olinunion 10:15


an Anglican Church
V of the Holy Spirit
1023HE. NorvellFByn Hwy.

352-637-5922
Lenten Service Schedule

Mat l5 Sun. Penitential Mass Io:15 am
Mar.22 Sun. UightSun. 10:15am
'$"4, ""'.gttinso tecro.s S:pm
Mar 59 Sun. Palm s~un 10:15am
Apr8 Wed. Tenebrae 5:30 am
Apr. 9 nurs.:Maundayhus. 5:30pm
Aptl0 Fri. Good~riday 12;00-3:00p
Aprl2 Sun. Easter 10I:15am

IGLESIA MISPANA
CASA DE ORACION
"Donde la Palabra de



Escuela Dominicali..:30 AM
Adoraci6n.......;i..;....10; 15 AM
Mi~rcoles........:....;......:00 PM
Dr. Teddy Aponte & Hayi
Aponte, Pastores
3220 NCarl G.Rose Hwy.
(200) Hernando
352-341-5100


LECANTO
CHURCH OF CRS
State Road 44 &' Rowe Terrace
3 52-746-4919


"I~n Search of the Lord's Way"'
8:30 A M. Sunday
Chanriel 22. (TWC 2)
8:30 P~M. Friday
Channel-15 (ADEL.)


Foy Cherry Minister



Shepheril of the Hills
EPISCOPALCHURCH
Our mission is to be
a beacon of faith
HnOWHfo eO gaging

ZOve anid truthz of
Jesus Christ.
The Rev. Ladd K. Harris
Priest mn Chtarge
527-0052
Services: .

Saturday
5:00 pm
Sunday
8:00 & 10.:00 am
Adult Christian
Formation
9:00 am
Healinge Service
Wednesday
10:00 am
2540 W. Norvell Bryant Hwy. (CR 486)
(/0 ml ae tof 491
wwwSOTHEC~org


Sunday Schedule
9:30 AM Sunday School
10:45 AM Traditional Wrhp
.6:00 PM Worship
We nesday
Music, Yoth, Fellowship
Aw, artfriendly Church
~Nurs~ery Available



v,~eJn
G ace Bible
Church


1 omosassa Springs



Come, ~;~~HFUYsV elwnsT'hip &



Grow With Us in Jesus
5863 W. Cardinal St..
Homosassa Springs, FL 34446
Telephone: (352) 628-7950
Pastor Dl offe :
Mrid-Wr~eek Meeiting 7:00 pm
Sabbath-Saturday Senrices
Sabbath School 9:30 am
Worship 10:45 am
www.homosessaadventist.com













GOOD

SHEPHERD~

LUTHERAN

CHURCH
ELCA

Come Worship
With Us!

Worship
8:30 & 10:30 A.M.

*Sunday School
8:30 A.M.

*Fellowship after
SWorship

*Weekly
Communion


Pr0Vided
Building Is Barrier-Free

746-7161
IIwy. AS6
Across From
Citrus Hills Boulevardi
Rev. Kenneth C.Blyth,Pastor
http://gsltitheran.googlepages.com


Mass Schedule
Saturday Vil
4:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
Sunday Masses
9:00 a.0. and


SDaily Mass Time: :
Mon. Fri. 8:30 a.m.
Located at
4301 W. Homosassa
Trail (Highway 490)
:' : 'LcCG71, Florida
,Phone ?746-9422


Sunday Worship Services
8:oo A.M. &L 10:30 A.M.
Bible Study
Tuesday. 10:00 A.M.
"wre strive t'o make
newcomers~feel at home."
Wheel Chair Access
Nursery Avadable
Revr.CSreven Todd Riddle
WEBSITE: floral tchurch.CO1T1


HERNANDO

.Umted :
Methodist
Church


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"A Safe Sanctuary for Ch~ildren and Families"
2125 E.Norvell Bryant Hwy.(48i)
(1 V2 miles from Hwy. 41)
For information call
(352) 726-7245
Sunday School
8:45 AM 9:30 AM
I.Fellowship
9:30 AM
Worship Service

aiitr~ nd Activities forasllAges.
R'everend yler Montgomery, Pastor


2101 N; Florida Ave.
Hernando FL
726-6144
Nursery Provided
"The Church with the big

*CHILDREN
*YOUTH
*SINGLES
*SENIORS

Sunday School
9:45 A. M.
Praise & Worship
10:40 A.M*
PraiseSO 9VICO'
6:00 P.M.
Praise & Prayer
(Wed.) 7:00 P.M

Randy T. Hodges, Pastor


SPastor-RXev. Frederick W Schielke I
Swww.faithlecanto.com I


PASTOR BRIAN AND
KATHIY BAGOS
Worship Service &
Children's Church 10:00 AM
Meetin atn R~:~."dht odmus.d.
(352) 527-4253


SAmuRDY, MARCH 28, 2009 C8


RELIGION


Cnaus Coumv (PL) C a


House of Power Church. The
church is at the comer of County
Road 491 and Dawson Drive,
Hernando. Enjoy the comedy of
David and Rusty, Gospel illustra-
tions, prizes, Bible messages,
singing, refreshments and family
fun. Pastor George Dehn wel-
comes everyone. Call 344-9454.
II GriefShare seminar and
support group begins meeting at
6 p.m. Tuesday, April 7, at Gene-
sis Community Church in
Lecanto. GriefShare features na-
tionally recognized experts on
grief and recovery topics in a 12-
week video series. Sessions in-
See NOTES/Page C6


ton candy, games, raffles with
prizes, live music, bounce
houses, face painting, groceries
and ah encouraging message. If
you have food, clothing or
household items to donate, bring
them with you to help families in
need. The Spot relies on dona-
tions and volunteers to support
its mission of helping families.
The Spot is looking for help with
youth activities. Call 726-0099.
I Lenten cantata, "Colors of
Grace'," at 10 a.m. Sunday at
First Presbyterian Church of
Crystal River, 1501 S.E. U.S. .19
in Crystal River, north of Sweet-
bay. Call the church office at
795-2259'for information.


I Hernando United Methodist
Church's live presentation of
the last days before the crucifix-
ion of Jesus C'hrist as seen
through the eyes of the Potter at
7 p.m. Thursday and Friday and
1 p.m. Saturday, April 4, in the
sanctuary at 2125 E. Norvell
Bryant Highway, Hemando. The
presentation is written and di-
rected by Pat Rickels and will
use all live actors. Everyone wel-
come. Free admission.
I Nationally known Gospel.
singing ventriloquist team
"David and Rusty" will host a
family crusade at 6 p.m. Sunday,
April 5, and 7 p.m. Monday
through Wednesday, April 6-8, at


ances, books,.unique items,
nicely used clothing, and recon-
ditioned computers. Shop is
open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Donations accepted at sorting
room during regular hours. Prof-
its to support the UMW's local,
national and global missions.
S eial events
A Spot Family Jam on Satur-
day, April 4, at The Spot in Jim
LeGrone Park, 501 S.E. 7th Ave,
Crystal River. Registration from
6:30 to 8 p.m. Event ends
around 9:30 p.m. Bring the entire
family. Everything is free, includ-
ing clothing, dinner,.popcom, cot-


I Citrus Christian Clergy As-
sociation invites everyone to its
"Fifth Sunday Joint Service"
celebration tomorrow at' St. Mar-
garet's Episcopal Church, 114 N.
Osceola Ave,; Inverness. Prayer
begins at11l a.m. followed by
lunch at noori and the business
meeting at 12:30 p.m. Call 726-
3153 for information.
I Block pyrty hosted by First
Baptist Churdh of Dunnellon
from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Sunday at
20831 Powell Road, Dunnellon.
Free hot do S, snow cones,
games, face painting, yard sale
with free Items, and live music by
Five Smo~othitones. Call (352)
489-2730. -


OF HERNANDO, LECANTO, FLORAL CITY, HOMOSASSA SPRINGS


Sunday
9:3'0 AM...........;...~Discovery Time
ll:00AM..............Praise &Worship
6:oo Pm.......;......aEvening service

6:15 PM..:.............Teens

;I 6SM :.;Awman (Sept.- Apr.)
~edneday
7:o 0~PM.1..............ible Study &
Prayer Meeting
Pastor: Rev.Ray
Her ia
(352) 628-5631
Men ScLadies Bible Studies, TOPS,
Infarit & Toddler Nursery
1ml'ic ~ ast of U.S. 19
6382 W Green Acres St.
P.O.Box 1067
Homosagsa, FL.34447-1067
WWw.g racebi blehomosassa.org
e-mail itgbc@tam pabay. rr.com


:;C a tfh o l i c s u p rS c h o o l


10:30 -a.mn. &^ 6:00 p~m.
Wed JEve. Bible Study
:6:i00 p.m
Steve Heneghan, Minister
CHURCH OF CHRIST
,, Flora'l City, FL,


NSTEON
Continued from Page C2
M Council of Catholic Women
of St. Scholastica Church will
sponsor a flea market frorn 9
a.m. fo 1 p.m. Tuesday at the
Bethlehem Room of the church.
Items for sale include lamps, a
small television, youth bed, elec-
tronic items, baby items, cloth-
ing, knickknacks and more.
Proceeds go to charity.
W First United Methodist
Church of Homosassa's UMW
Thrift Shop, 8831 W. Bradshaw
Blvd, Homosassa. Great prices,
housewlares, toys, small appli-


Places of worshptt


SERVICING THE COMMUNITIES


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C4 sAT.URDAY, MARCCl 28, 2009


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harmony to all.


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Mission Possible I
MEWISDRES
V. David Lucas, Jr. Senior Pastor
9921 N. Deltona Boulevard
;r')~ (352) 489-3886
www.missionpossibleministries.com
SSunda s 1
Sunday School.... ..........9:30 am
(English/Span/sh)

1 urr Care m hide' sChurch Provided)
SWednesdays I
Youth Group, Bible Study & Kid's
Programs. ... i........7.......... pm
SFridays




plature Coast
Unitarian Universalists
SUNDAY SERVICES
10:30 A.MI.


Hope
Evangelical
Lutheran Church
ELCA
Ptof 01111 2001818
945c N. Citrus Springs BlvJ.
ilTrUS Springs
SSUNDAY' Worshi p
8:00 a~m. &: 10:415 a~m.
Sunday School 9:15 a~m.
Co u union Evr oud .v





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Meets biweeklyl on .
Saturday 1:00am
Lakes Region~al
L-ibrary in InverneM

For information call
(352-) 861-1 903
Or (352) 726-2357
graycek@embarqrhail .com
SRay King










VIGIL MASSES:
4:00 P.191 L 6:00 PA ;

SUNDAY MASSES:
8:00 A.M. g 10:30A.M. n
*I************
SPANISH MASSS, '
12:30 PA .
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2:30 P.M to 3:30 P.M. Sat.
oraryAppoinknent ~


8:00 dn.


6 Roosevelt Blvd.
Beverly Hills
'746-2144
(1 Block East of S.R. 491)


SCONGREGATIONBEHSOO
Beverly Hills Jewish Center
BEVERL HIS RC. ,34465-
Services:
Fri. @ 7:30 P.M.
Sat. @ 9:30 A.M.
AHl Jewish Holidays
AII those of Jewish
faith & their families
are inVited to join us.

foanr gainf~ rmto46-5303







PLEASANT GROVE
CHURCH OF CHRIST~


"Come Be A Part O
GOd's Family"
Minister: Michael Raine
(352) 344-9173









SundaySchoolPorAllAges'
Nursery & Children's Training
SClass Provided
SR 44 1
APPLEBEE'S AB
PGRELEMENTARY 'E
PEASANT GROVE RD.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
WWw.pg rcoc.com


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All are invited to our

Heamng
Services
First Church of Christ,
Scientist
Inverness
224 N. Osceola Ave.
wudySrie s 3 PM


A friendly church where
-Christ is exalted!.!

Sunday School 9:00 A.Mv.
Morning Worship 10:15 A.M.
Evening Service 6:00 P.M'

Bible Study & Prayer 7:00 P.M.
Awana (K-6" grade) 6:45-8:15P.M.


d used ?toraip! .
ComesAsdit 23.
10:00 AM Worship Service
Bible Study
Wednesday 7:l)0 PM

Dr. Jeff'nnun
9220 N. Citrus Springs Blvd.
Citrus Springs, FL. 34433
'489-1260


Beverly Hills
Community ~Chu~rch
82 Civic Crole, Bever36 Bils, Florida
Pastor Stewart R. Jarriisqn Ill
Wednesday Praise and Worship1
S Bible Stud e6Sptjm.
Breakfast Hour 8:30 a.m:
Sunday School, AdultslChildren 9 a~m.
Sunday Morning Worship 10 a.m.
Where Christ is Proclaimed!

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Assembly

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InVerness
Bible `Church
Independent, Fundamental,
Non-denominational
S ble Shosohli 110000AAM.
9119 Gulf To Lake Hwy.
Inverness, FL 32250
877-872-0302
Pastor Mike Lindvig


465-4225 f
WWW.NCUU.ORG


New Location:
7633 N. Florida Ave.
(Route 41) Citrus Springs


FiBta~ptist
Invernes


Channel 16 on Brighthjouse
SUNDAY MORNING ,
SONRise Class 7:45am
Worship Service
Children' at rh 9:00am
(4 years thru 4th grade) '

SUNDAY EVENING
Evening Worship 6:15pm
Awana 5:15-7:00pm
Youth Di c ipis 5:0pm'
WEDNESDAY
Fellowship Dinner 5:00-6:00pm
Children's Choir 6:15pm-7:15pm
Ignite "Youth" 6:00-8:00pm
Bible Studies 6:15pm-7:15pm
Adult Choir 7:15pm-8:30pm
Nursery Provided All Services
Interpretation For The
Hearing Impaired


SHwy. 44 E@
SWashington Ave., Inverness a
a Sunday ServiceS~ g
a Traditional g
8:00 AM & 11:00 AM 5

S9:30 AM
a 11:00 AM Service
.Tapes & CD's available
a Sunday S{3hool fo all ages .
S Nrsy Provided
a. Fellowship & Youth Group
6:00 PM 5
a 24-Hour Prayer Lmne
. 563-3639
a Web Site: www.fpcinv~org a

gP dcast* FPC inv. om

SPastors: Crarg Datf ies III
and Michael F. Fonfara .



.CHRIST LUTHERAN
CHURCH LCMS
475 North Ave. West, Brooksville
"The church that is a family"
,SUNDAY SERVICES
Morning Worship
wNrsery Avanlabl
Sunday School & Bible Class
9I 45 A.hl
Pastor Paul Meseke I i
352-796-8331 1


A~t
Victory

Baptist Church
General Conference

Sunday School 9:45 AM
Worship 10:45 AM
Sunday Evening 6:00 PM
Wednesday 7:00 PM
Choir Practice 8:00 PM

Quality Child Care
Pastor dary Beehler
352-465-8866
5040 N Shady Acres Dr.
726-9719
Highway 41 North, turn at
Sportsman Pt.
"Aplace tobelorig.Aplace to become."


First Barptist
Church of
Beverly Hills
lblarple Lewis. III
Al1an Sanders
.4950 ,V. Lecernto HwP.
Locatdat te Ilrs c~eon of
Hwy. 491 (Lecanlo Hay~l ,
and Forest Ridge Blvdl.
Sunday Services
Bible Study
9:15 A.M. & 10:45 A.M.
Traditional Worship
9:15 A.Mn.
Contemporary Worship
10:45-i.Mn.
Evening Discipleship
6:00 P.Mn.
~Wednesday Services:

aBd YoS hd Aciv tes
6:00 P.M.
For more information call
(352) 746-2970
Office Hours I
9-3 P.u.
beverlyhillbaep lsta ts bay. rr.com


awww.fbcbh.com


OFFICE: (352) 726-1107


A LITTLE STRESSED?
!FIND RELIEF HERE!

iFil'St Unitedl
Methodist i

SChurhfIvrchs
3896 S. Pleasant Grove Rd.
iInverness, FL 34452
(2 miso, of~pplebee's)
ICome as you are.
i(3521726-2522
KlPYOUNGER
Senior Pastor
S9:00 AM &10:45 AM
Sunday School Classes
fo* a* a**
S5:00 PM Student
connection Time
6th Grade thru 12th
jNursery care available starting at 9:00 AM [
SWEDNESDAYS
S6:15 PM Bible Studies &
SConnection Groups for everyone
SJoin us for a casual
upl fig se ier htih family
iSunday at 9:00 AM
Additional Sunday Worship
Opportunities I
WE ALSO OFFER
8:an AM

! Holy C:5 communion

STraditional Worship
Signing for hearing impaired

Sope Nrtes,
SOpen Minds,
SOpenr Doors P


"Big Enough To Serve,
Small Enough To Care"





*Clean & Safe Nursery
exciting Children & Youth Services
*Warm Fellowship
PowerfillWorship
Practicaliviessages
Sunday Worship
8:30 A.M. & 10:30 A.M.

Pr ver 8:0P
Discipleship 7:00 P M.
Friday Youth Service.
7i:00 P.I.
Aeape Kids Preschool & Davcare
1 yr old Pre K 4
Bet n i Alter Scho L r

Two miles from Ilwy. 44 on the
corner of Croft & Harley
2728 Harley St., Inverness FL


Download our pastor's
Messages in mp3 format
SHear sound Bible
Teaching every week
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CrrRUS COUNI'rY (FL) CHRIONICLE


BROOKSVILLE, DUNNELLON,


INVERNESS


Independent
2672 W. Edison PI. at Elkcam Blvd.
Citrus Springs, FL

* Mtrewl badlane a in sry
* Conservative Music
* Caring, family atmosphere
Sunday School 9:45 am `
Sun. Services 11:00 am & 6:00 pm
Kids Klub (ages 6-13): Thurs. 6-8 pm
Wed. Prayer & Bible Study 7:00 pm
Rev. Richard W. Brosseau, Pastor
Phone (352) 445-9013 _


St. Elizabeth
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
Catholic Church
Co ntr Club Blvd
Citrus Springs
West of US 41
The church on the hill
Where your spiritual needs
will be fulfilled
Masses
Satu rd ay Vig il......4:30 PM
Sunday................8:30 AM
...............& 11:00 AM
Weekday.............8:30 AM
Holy Day Feast....8:30 AM
.........................& 7:00 PM
Confessions before All Masses

489-4889
W~e support Pope John Paul II
Catholic School









CrrRUS Gount ( ) HRONICE


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cause I was "afraid" of it, only
to learn later it was eating the"
ants off my hibiscus bush.
Stop and smell the roses -
or any other blooms that may
be present.
SGrab your sunhat, watering
can and gloves. There is no
time like the present.


Judi Siegal is a retired
teacher and Jewish
educator: She liires in Sun
Valley with her husband,
Phil, and they enjoy
RV'ing' together:


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CHURCH
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Res.Larr~ Powers
Sunday Sersites:
;'Trjaritinal Ser\ Ice~ ....... d8-30.151
ISundayScho~ol ........ .9-3(I \si l
,Contemporiri Sers see ... 10:30l \si
SEtenning Servsce ........ 6 00 Pb
liecdnesdas Night
Adult1( Clj ses ......i 00 Phi
Boys 3nd Glrk\ Brigade ... .00r~ pAT
STeens. ..........7-15 PCI

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Chtiau Off~ic 'i2' Ma
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MA;RGARET'S
EPISCOPAL

where everyonels still ivlome
In Historic Downtown Inverness
1 Block N.W. Of City Hall
.114 N. Osceola Ave.
Inverness, FL 34450
726-3 153 -

Su.Worshie n T10:30 A.M.
Wednesday 12:30 P.M.
Morning Prayer
9:00 A.M. Mon- Fri
Fr Gene Reuman, Pastor I


Our Lady of

Fatima

CATHOLIC CHURCH

U.S. Hwy. 41 South, Inverneds,
Florida

Sunday Masses '
7:30 A M., 9:00 A.M & 11:00 A M.
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Special to the Chronicle
Worshippers walk the labyrinth during Holy Week 2008.


There seems to have been
a rediscovery of the use of
the prayer labyrinth, but
d thyChmistianarchurce s
B.C., ~with the oldest
labyrinth in Algeria. This one
belongs to the Florida An-
nual Conference and was
used at last year's annual
conference.
The church is at 8831 W.
Bradshaw Blvd. in Ho-
moSassa.


BRIAN LaPETER/Chronicle
James Nolan, right, chats with John Scott, the new minister at First Christian Church in Inver.
ness, on a recent Wednesday night.
I went and saw somebody like that," he said. "So, I've ship at 10:15 a.m. Sunday
and he made it into some- seen what God can do." at 2018 Colonade St., Inver-
thing. First Christian Church in ness. For information,.call
"My whole ministry was .Inverness meets for wor- 344-1908.


that this is the end).
It's cruel and humiliating and a
lot like how people think God treats
his people. Even those who call
themselves Christians and who be-
lieve that Jesus has taken away
their guilt and stain from sin often
still think that God watches what
they do and then tells them, "That
was pure rubbish. It was awful -
atrocious."
To me, the most comforting words
in the Bible are these: "Therefore,
there is now no condemnation for
those who are in Christ Jesus" (Ro-
mans,8:1).
I love reading those words and
love telling them to others.
There's no being in the ~bottom
three. No voting. No "singing for
your life" in front of a panel of
judges just in case they might use
their one-time-only "save" option.


.The judgment of God has fallen
on Christ and those who are set free
are set free. No more condemna-
tion. No more judging. No more
performance anxiety or crossing
fingers or hoping God's in a good
inood.
As far as God is concerned (and
forgive the obvious corn factor), his
children are all American Idols.
Those who belong to him have al-
ready won.


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own, becomes a pile of insecure
quivering Jell-0 while being .
judged.
When everyone's finished
singing, America votes for its fa-
vorites, with the results revealed
and the loser announced the fol-
lowing night, but not without more
dramatic suspense. The three con-
testants with the fewest votes, the
bottom three, are set aside on stools
opposite that week's winners.
All that's missing are the dunce
caps and "Loser'' signs around their
necks. '
At the end of the show when the
two "'safe for one more week" con-
testants rejoin the winners, that
week's loser has to endure watching
a video montage of his or her
"American Idol" journey and then
has to sing the song he or she lost
with (while processing the news


tition.
But then after the contestants
sing, one by one they stand alone on
the stage while 25 million viewers
watch as a panel of judges makes
pronouncements.
"Yo, Dawg. That just didn't do it
for me" or "That was pitchy and that
song was all wrong for you." That's
from the nice judges!
When it comes to Simon Cowell,
who pretty inuch hates everything,
he might say it was "bloody awful"
or "indulgent nonsense."
Sometimes a performer will sing
his or her heart out and appear to
be thinking, "I nailed it! Even I
think that was awesome," only to be
chopped off at the knees by the
judges' ~criticism.. Even Adam Lam-
bert, this season's most amazing
performer who's all swagger and
sass and by far in a league of his


that matters and provides us
with so much joy.
My third garden lesson has
to do with tenacity.
Too often we give up when
the going gets hard.
I have seen plants close up
that seem to die, only to hold
on until more water is pro-
vided to revive them. We, too,
need to "rough it out" until we
can be rescued. I believe with
God's help this happens,
though dur rescuer may sur-
prise us.
How niany times have we
been in trouble and, in the
nick of time, somebody, quite


unexpected, has helped us
out?
That's what my plants tell
me when they conserve energy
by conserving water
We need to focus our
strengths in order to reach our
goals and emerge from our cri-
sis situation.
Another garden lesson is pa-
tience. .
Seeds take time to grow.
Shrubs take months to bloom.
Life is not instant. Like raising
a child, love, patience and care
help a plant to bloom and de-
vrelop. We must learn that good
things take time and then we


will see results.
SSometimes my garden
teaches me things I'd rather
not know.
There have been lovely
flowers that have bloomed in
my garden for several seasons,
only to die off after a specific
amount of time.
Like life, there is a time and
place for everything and like
all life, there is an ending. We
have to learn to let go, move on
and plant more seeds to en-
courage new life.
We also have to be on the
lookout for wickedness and
evil and stop these forces from


doing damage. .
In the garden, they are
weeds; in life, they are various
bad traits we humans possess
such as selfishness, hatred,
callousness and pride.
The wisdom any garden can
teach is there for all to appre-
ciate.
Step back and admire how
God has provided for each
species: growing cycle, cli-
mate, light, water and soil con-
ditions.
Marvel at the delicate bal-
ance pof nature like the big,
furry woodland spider I
chased out of`'my garden be-


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"He has the ability to lis-
ten attentively and make
good decisions," he said. "It
is going to be a pleasure
working alongside John in
his effort to bring the word
of God to the Inverness
community.
"We all expect the church
to grow in numbers, com-
passion, love and Christian
service," he said.
For Scott, his main focus
as the new minister is to
love the people and to be
there for them. He said
that's something he wants
to work on, to be less self-
'serving and more other-
SerVing.
He said one' thing he's
learned about God even
when'he does something for
someone less than whole-
heartedly, God, in his grace,
has m ltiplie it.I o rm

the people at my last
church, I kept hearing,
'Thank you for being there
for me,' and I'd think, 'I
was?' I can only think of the
times .I wish I would've
been there more," he said,
"But that's what God did.
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their minds to better focus on
their relationship with Jesus.
Walking the labyrinth pro-
vides a space to meditate on
a scripture, a joy, or a ques-
tion. Or, one may walk in
silent reflection, letting go of
all thoughts and feelings to
enter a place of silence and
solitude,


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planet and "headband boy".
Nathaniel, a tattooed and pierced
drama queen.
I'm not sure how badly Bikini Girl
wanted to be "Your. American.
Idol!" but Tatiana and Nathaniel
wanted it so badly that they begged
the jtidges and cried.
It.was pathetic and quite en-
tertaining. ;
But they're history now. Now the
real competition has begun. We're
dowin to the nail-biting, stomach-
knotting, one-by-one eliminations.
Like I said, it's a brutal show.
They make the contestants sweat.
First, they take turns singing. Obvi-
ously.
After all, this is a singing compe-


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want to plant them. They
were withered and looked
more dead than alive.
. 'o my surprise, with a little
bit of water, sun and care, they
thrived, turning out beautiful
blossoms.
What I learned here is that
appearances are deceiving
and that everylbody needs a
second chance.
You can't and shouldn't
judge by what you see on the
surface. It is beauty within


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Continued from Page C3
clude "When Your Dreams Fall
Apart," "The Seasons of Grief,"
"The Emotions of Grief," "When
Your Spouse Dies," "Your Family
and Grief," and "Growing
Through Grief." At GriefShare,
leam valuable information that
will help you through difficult
times and make new friends who
understand. GriefShare will meet
at the church's white house next
to the Knights of Columbus on
County Road 486. No charge. To
register or request a GriefShare
workbook, call facilitator Wendy ,
Hall at 746-1072.
SCitrus Christian Clergy
Association (CCCA) invites
everyone involved in a Christian-
based entity, both churches and
organizations, to its monthly
meeting Thursday, April 9, at Cal-
vary Chapel of Invemess, 960 S.
U.S. 41, Invemess. Prayer be-
gins at 11 a.m., lunch is served
at noon and the business meet-
ing starts at 12:30 p.m. T o give
a presentation, call Susan at
726.1480.
SAltar and Rosary Society
of St. Benedict Catholic Church
meets at 10:30 a.m. Thursday,
April 16, in Hilgert Hall at 455 S.
Suncoast Blvd., Crystal River, for
nomination and election of offi-
cers for the next year. All mem-
bers encouraged to attend.
Board meets at 9:30 a.m. Tues-
day, April 14, in Hilgert Hall.
I Hernando United Methodist
Church's fourth annual antique
car show from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Saturday, April 18. Registration
at 8 a.m. Cost is $5.plus three
cans of non perishable food to be
donated to charity. Breakfast
items for sale and pig-roast
sandwiches available for lunch.
Trophies awarded at 1 p.m. and
door prizes drawn at 1:30 p.m.
Everyone welcome. Church is at
2125 E. Norvell Bryant Highway,
Hemando. Call Frank at 726-
4639.
I Congregation Beth Sholom
annual Holocaust memorial
service at 2 p.m. Sunday, April
19, in Kellner Auditorium, Civic
Circle, Beverly Hills. If you are a
survivor or if you want to help,
call Betty at 746-6396. This serv-
ice is open to everyone.
A Dunnellon Presbyterian '
Concert Series will present a
piano recital by Hae young at3
p~m. Sunday, April 19, at Dunnel-
lon Presbyterian Church. Hae
Young completed her master of
music in piano performance from
the University of Florida in 2008.
She received her bachelor de-
gree in piano performance, with
a minor in voice performance, at
the University of Santo Tomas in
the Philippines. She has studied
with Boaz Sharon, Gila Gold-
stein, Timothy Woolsey, Sang-Mi
Lee, and Perla Z. Suaco. She
has appeared as a soloist with
the University of Santo Tomas .
Symphony Orchestra. She has
participated in the UF Steinway
Piano Festival, the Prague Inter-
national Piano Master Classes,
and has studied with Leonel
Morales, Bonis Berman, Logan
Skelton, lan Hobson, Volker
Baapfield, Thomas Mastroianni,
Pamela Mia Paul, and Nelson
Delle-Vigne. Her awards include
the Friends of Music Summer
Scholarship from the UF School
of Music, and placing as semifi-
nalist in the National Young Stu-
dent Music Competition in
Korea.
I Beverly Hills Community
Church Food Pantry, 82 Civic
Circle, is participating in the Alan
Shawn Feinstein 2009 12th an-
nual $1 Million Giveawray to
Fight Hunger. The more dona-
tions made to the food pantry
through April 30, the more of the
Feinstein money w~e receive. Do-
nations can include cash,
checks, or food items.
I For the 12th consecutive
ya, pilanthmopistAlan S wn

among hunger-fighting agencies
nationwide using it to help them
raise funds during March and
April. In order to raise money for
the food pantry ministry of First
Presbyterian Church of Crystal
River, the Missions Committee


has accepted the challenge. Dur-
ing April. any donations received
will be matched dollar for dollar
by the Feinstein Foundation. The
more donations made to the
FPC food pantry from now until
April 30, the more of the Fein-
stein money the pantry" will re-
cejive. Donations can include
cash, checks and food items
(lv~alued at $1 per item or pound)
or pledges. The food pantry is
open from 11 a.ma. to 3 p.ma.
Tuesday and Thursdays at
1501 S.E. U.S. 19 in Crystal
River, north of the Sweetbay.
Call 795-2259.
I Beverly Hills Community
Church Christian community


the sanctuary of Invemess
Church of God, 416 U.S. 41
South, Invemess. Public invited.
Call the church office at 726-
4524.
Celebrate Recovery
I Celebrate Recovery is a
biblically based program de-
signed to work through life's
hurts, habits and hang-ups in fel-
lowship with others. This pro-
gram is open to the community
and takes place at the following
churches:
Gulf to Lake Church In
the Ministry Complex, West Gulf-
to-Lake Highway in Crystal River.
Every Friday night dinner is at 6
followed by large and small
group time and a Coffee Caf4 at
9 p.m. Call 795-0649.
I Seven Rivers Presbyte-
nian Church -At 6 p.m. Friday
at 4221 W. Gulf-to-Lake Highway
in Lecanto at the Seven Rivers
Christian Sch~ool building (rooms
216/217), with dinner, large and
small group time, and Coffee
House gathering at 9 p.m. The
cost for dinner is $4. Call 746-
6200.
I Christian Recovery Fel-
Iowship Church At 7 p.m.
Wednesday and Fridays at
2242 W. State Road 44. Call
726-2800.
AnnouncementS
I Golden Agers meet at 11
a.m. the second Tuesday
monthly at First Baptist Church
of Floral City. Ages 50 and older
are welcome to enjoy fun, fellow-
ship and meeting new friends.
-Speaker or program followed by
potluck luncheon at noon. Every
third month, the group goes out
for lunch or a trip. Not a: church-
related program. Yearly dues are
$2. Call 726-4296.
I "Understanding Your
Grief" 12-week program at 10
a.m. Thursday at Hope Evan-
gelical Lutheran Church in Citnrus
Springs. Pastor Lynn Fonfara
leads the study using material by
grief counselor Alan Wolfelt. Call
(352) 489-5511. .
I "Beyond Grief," a Chnis-
tian support group for widows
and widowers sponsored by Gulf
To Lake Church, meets from
1:15 to 2:15 p.m. the third Tues-
day monthly at the Ministry Com-
plex across the street from the
church on State Road 44 in
Crystal River. All are welcome.
Call Betty Jo at 628-2933 or the
church office at 795-8077'
I Faith Baptist Church scrap-
booking club meets from 6 to 9
p.m. Tuesday in the fellowship
hall, 6918 S. Spartan Ave., Ho-
mosassa. Call Sharon at 628-
4360or Carolyn at 382-7868. .
I Helping Hands Thrift
Store, a ministry of Our Lady of
Fatima Catholic Church, is open
from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday
through Saturday at 5164 S.
Florida Ave., in the Heath Mini
Storage Units. Call 726-2660.
W Courage Al-Anon Family
Group meets at First United
Methodist Church, 88831 Brad-
shaw St., Homosassa. For day
and time, call 270-3827.
I Meals on Wheels program
at First Presbyterian Church of In-
vemess needs volunteer drivers
one to two hours weekly to deliver
noontime meals. Call Fran at .
726-0350.
I Our Lady of Grace Church in
Beverly Hills Catholic Charities
Respite Care Program has
openings for persons in the early
stages of Alzheimer's disease or
related dementia disorders, from
12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Call (800) 242-9012, ext. 22.
I Invemess First Church of
God gospel jubilees at 6 p.m.
the last Saturday monthly at 5510
E. Jasmine Lane. Call 726-4524.


support group at 6 p.m. Tues-
days at the church, 82 Civic Cir-
cle, Beverly Hills. Healing steps
for relationships, the economy,
addictions, co-dependency, and
emotions. Free and open to the
public. Call Meg at 527-2443.
I Mother's Touch (a ministry
for women who parent children
from birth through high school)
meets from 10 a.m. to noon the
first Thursday monthly, Septem-
ber through May, at Gulf to Lake
Church, 1454 N. Gulf Ave., Crys-
tal River. Childcare provided.
Home-schooled children wel-
come. Call 795-8077.
I "Fun and Games Time"
from 1 to 4 p.m. the third Thurs-
day monthly at First Presbyterian
Church of Crystal River, 1501
S.E. U.S. 19 in Crystal River,
north of the Sweetbay. Everyone
invited. Events include ping- ~
pong, football, chess and card
games.
LiiVe & 19arn
M Watercolor classes twice
monthly at First Presbyterian
Church of Crystal River, 1501
S.E. U.S. 19, north of Sweetbay.
Next classes are at 9 a.m. Fri-
days, April 17 and 24. Cost is $6
with own brushes, paint and
paper, or $8 without. Sign up in
Webster Hall to attend or call the
church office at 795-2259.
I If today's business climate
has caused you to be concemed
about your economic well-being,
and if you have questions about
how you cartachieve prosperity,
Unity Church of Citrus County is
preseriting a five-week class titled
"The Power of Prosperity
Thinking," and addresses these
concerns in an open discussion
about the principles and process
of true prosperity. Classes are
from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday
through April 6. Eric Butterworth's
"Spiritual Economics" and Ed-
wene Gaines' "The Four Spiritual
Laws of Prosperity" are the main
texts for the course. No purchase
or fees required. All are welcome.
Call the church office at 746-
1270.
H Heritage Baptist Church
hosts a free 12-week "Magmifi-
cent Marriage" class at 9 a.m.
Sunday focusing on featuring
DVDs ("Laugh Your Way to a Bet-
ter Marriage") and Bible-based
lectures. The church is at 2 Civic
Circle, Beverly Hills. Interested
couples are welcome. Call 746-
6171.
H Cluestions answered about
the Christian faith and about God,
in general, in discussion time at
5:30 p.m. Sunday in the fellow-
ship hall at First Baptist Church
of Beverly Hills, 4950 N.
Lecanto Highway. Free dinner
and video presentation precedes
open conversation. No one re-
quired to speak unless desired.
Public welcome. Call 746-2970.
H "How to Study the Bible,"
a 16-week discipleship course
taught by Pastor Marple Lewis, at
6 p.m. Sunday in the sanctuary
at First~aptist Church of Beverly
Hills, 4950 N. Lecanto Highway.
Everyone welcome. Call 746-
2970-
I Adult education program
at Congregation Beth Sholom,
102 Civic Circle, Beverly Hills.
Weekly classes Monday
evenings. Modem Jewish History
from 7 to 8 p.m.: From the begin-
ning of the Enlightenment in the
late 1700s to the present time,
the major ideas, events and per-
sonalities in the Jewish world are
examined to show how Jews and
Judaism developed over the last
two and a half centuries. Present-
day demographic and sociologi-
cal trends in Israel and the
diaspora is discussed (15 ses-
sions, fee is $5 per session plus
textbook). Coffee break from 8 to
8:15 p.mi. Judaism 102: Jewish
Life Cycle fmom 8:15 to 9:15 p.m.:
How Judaism commemorates the
sacred times of one's life birth,
naming, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, wed-
ding, death and mouming, and
twnersionato Juaism By exam-

practical "how-to" guide, students
wili gain an understanding of the
rituals, ceremonies and historical
background of the Jewish life
cycle (15 sessions, fee is $5 per
session). Registrationlenrollment
is on a rolling basis. You may at-
tend any session. Call 746-5303


or (352)-643-0995. Payments
may be made each week or in
advance.
i First Baptist Church of Crys.
tal Rivrer ongoing weekly stud-
ies: Gospel of Luke study group
at 10 a.m. Tuesday; Gospel of
John group at 4 p.m. Thursday
in Westminster Hall; study Book
of Acts with Pastor Rob at 6:30
p.mn. Wednesday beginning April
29. Call the church office for infor-
mation at 795-2259. The church
is at 1501 S.E. U.S. 19 in Crystal
River, north of the Swfeetb~ay.
Sin-depth Bible study series
on 1 Timothy taught by Dr. Roy
Swihart at 7 p.m. Wednesday in


WOrshi^ SERV IC ES ----


Ladies Guild meeting at noon
Wednesday with Christian edu-
cation meeting at 7 p.rn. Mid-
week Lenten worship services at
4 and 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Palm
Sunday services at 8 and 10:30
a.m. Students of St. Paul's
Lutheran School and Precious
Lambs Preschool will sing during
10:30 a.m. service. Call (352)
489-3027.
I First Presbyterian Church
traditional worship services at 8
and 11 a.m. Sunday with con-
temporary praise and worship
services at 9:30 a.m. and Sun-
day school classes at 9:30 and
11 a.m. During Lent, Pastor
Davies is preaching a series of
messages (dramatic mono-
logues) based on theme of "Per-
sonalities of the Passion."
Sunday's message: "Centurion
- The Soldier Who Proclaimed."
Car wash from 10:30 a.m. to 1
p.m. Sunday to support youth
mission trip this summer.
I Hernando United
Methodist Church, 2125 E.
Norvell Bryant Highway, Her-
nando, offers the following activi-
ties: Sunday school classes for
all ages at 8:30 a.m. followed by
fellowship and snacks at 9:30
a.m. Worship service led by Pas-
tor Tyler Montgomery at 10 a.m.
Sunday includes children's
church. Nursery provided. Indi-
vidual hearing devices provided
for the hearing impaired. Com-
munion offered to all the first
Sunday monthly. Holidaze
crafters from 9 to 11 a.m. Tues-
days. Choir meets at 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday under the direction of
Debbie Thompson, accompanied
on the organ by John Petro.
Share, praise and fellowship at 6
p.m. the second and fourth Sun-
days monthly. UMW meet at
9:45 a.m. the second Thursday
monthly September through
June. UMM meet the fourth Sat-
urday monthly with breakfast.
Call 726-7245.
I Good Shepherd Lutheran
Church Sunday worship serv-
ices at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. Pas-
tor Kenneth Blyth will deliver a
message. Fellowship after serv-
ices. Free hearing devices,
large-print music and cassette
tapes of service available. Nurs-
ery attendant provided for chil-
dren 3 and younger. Sunday
school classes for children and
teens at 8:30 a.m. Midweek
Lenten services at 7 p.m.
Wednesday are preceded by a
potluck supper at 6 p.m. Care-
givers ministry from 12:30 to 4
p.m. Friday offers an opportu-
nity for caregivers of loved ones
to have free time for themselves.
Loved ones are entertained with
singing, trivia, games, exercise,
etc. Call the church office at 746-
7161 for an application. Church
is on County Road 486 opposite
Citrus Hills Boulevard in Her-
nando.
I Inverness Church of God
Sunday worship services at 8:30
and 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sun-
day school classes for all at 9:30
a.m. Christian education oppor-
tunities for all ages at 7 p.m.
Wednesday include: Mis-
sionettes and Royal Rangers
Clubs for children from the age
of 3. Teens are invited to "Front-


line" with Youth Pastor Kyle
Holtzhower. Adult class in sanc-
tuary. Church is at 416 U.S. 41
South, Inverness. Call 726-4524.
I Calvary Chapel of Inver-
ness, 960 S. U.S. 41, offers
Sunday school classes at 9 a.m.
with a class on the Book of Ro-
mans and a "Question and An-
swer Class." Sunday service
begins at 10 a.m. with contem-
porary worship followed by Sen-
ior Pastor Kevin Ballard's
biblically-based message. Chil-
dren go to "New Jerusalem" and
teens have Bible study. Weekly
events include: men's prayer on
Tuesday momings, dinner and
Bible study on Wednesday,
women's prayer on Thursday
morning, Feed the Hungry free
lunch and food pantry on Thurs-
day. All invited. Call 726-1480.
I First Baptist Church of
Hernando meets Sunday morn-
ings with refreshments and cof-
fee at 9, followed by a Sunday
school lesson at 9:20 and Sun-
day school classes for all ages at
9:30. Services at 11 a.m. and 6
p.m. Choir practice at 5 p.m.
Sunday in choir room. Wednes-
day prayer meeting at 7 p.m.
Food pantry is open Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday..
I First Christian Church of
Homosassa Springs Bible
school classes for all ages at
9:30 a.m. Sunday followed by -
morning worship at 10:30 (chil-
dren's church provided for
kindergarten through third
grade). Evening worship at 6
p.m. Sunday. Wednesday meal
at 6 p.m., followed by Bible study
and youth program at 7. Church
is at 7030 W. Grover Cleveland
Blvd.
I Discovery time classes
begin Sunday at 9:30 a.m. with
worship service at 11 a.m. at
Grace Bible Church, 6382 W.
Green Acres, Homosassa. Choir
practice is at 5 p.m. and evening
service at 6. Teens meet at 6:15
p.m. Monday. Tuesday moming
ladies Bible study is at 10 a.m.
and AWANA for children begins
at 6:10 p.m. Wednesday prayer
meeting begins at 7 p.m. Thurs-
day evening ladies Bible study
meets at 7. Call 628-5631.
I Faith Baptist Church Sun-
day school classes at 9:45 a.m.
followed by worship at 11 a.m.
and 6 p.m. Bible study and
prayer meeting.at 7 p.m.
Wednesday with "Warriors" for
grades 6 through 12 and "King's
Kids" for K-5 grades from 6:30 to
8 p.m. Church is at 6918 S.
Spartan Ave. (one mile from U.S.
19, off Cardinal Street). Call 628-
4793.
I Crystal River Church of
Christ Sunday moming Bible
study at 10 with worship services
at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Commun-
ion served. Public invited. Evan-
gelist Charlie Graham will
preach. Church is on State Road
44 one block east of U.S. 19 next
to the Credit Union. Call 795-
8883 or 746-1239.
I Church of Christ services
at 304 N.E. Fifth St., Crystal
River. Bible classes at 10 a.m.
Sunday, 7 p.m. Wednesday and
by appointment. Worship serv-
ices at 11 a.m. Sunday. Every-
one invited. Call 795-4943.


I Victory Baptist Church,
5040 E. Shady Acres Drive, In-
verness. Coffee and doughnuts
served at 9 a.m. Sunday in the
fellowship hall followed by Sun-
day school classes at 9:45 and
the moming worship service at
10:45. Sunday evening service
begins at 6. Wednesday night
"hour of power" with prayer peti-
tions, hymns and a study of the
Book of.Reyelation led by Pastor
Beehler. Call 726 9719~r- .-. .
I Community House of
SPrayer is open from 1 to 5 p.m.
Sunday at First Baptist Church
of Beverly Hills, 4950 N. Lecanto
Highway. The public is invited to
come and join in prayer for per-
sonal requests, salvation, heal-
ing, family, churches, the
community, the nation and the
world. Prayer intercessors are
also invited to come and pray.
WShepherd of the Hills
Episcopal Church celebrates
the fifth Sunday in Lent with Holy
Eucharist services at 5 p.m.
today and 8 and 10 a.m. Sunday.
ECW meets at 10:30 a.m. today.
Christian Formation on funeral
planning at 9 a.m. Sunda~y.
ALPHA at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
SOS from 9 a.m. to noon Thurs-
day with choir and Bible study at
7 p.m.
I St. Timothy Lutheran
Church informal come-as-you-
are worship service at 5 p.m
today. Pastor Bradford's serrnon
for fifth Sunday in Lent: "Glorified
Servant." Worship services at
7:30, 8:30 and 11 a.m. Holy
Communion offered. Nursery
provided. Coffee fellowship from
9:30 to 10 a.m. Sunday school
classes foi all ages from 10$ to
10:45 a.m. Blood pressure
screening available. Covered-
dish luncheon after last service.
WELCA chair yoga from noon to
1 p.m. Monday. Cost is $6 per
session. Midweek Lenten service
begins with soup supper at 6
p.m. Wednesday followed by
service at 7. Lenten series titled
"Living Lent: The Animals Tell the
Story," with this week's topic,
"The Hen Reveals a Grieving
Savior." "Pizza Packing Party" at
6 p.m. Thursday. Study of weekly
scriptures (pericope Bible study)
from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
Church is at 1070 N. Suncoast
Blvd. (U.S. 19), Crystal River. .
Call 795-5325.
SFirst Baptist Church of In.
verness activities include the fol-
lowing. On Sundays: SONrise
class at 7:45 a.m.; blended wor-
ship service at 9 a.m.; Kid's
church for ages 4 through fourth
grade during 9 a.m. service will
spend-the.next weeks on "Ad-
ventures in Scienice," featuring ,
Bible stories, skits, music and
group activities; Sunday school
for all ages at 10:30 a.m.; youth
drama team at 3:30 p.m.; stu-
dent youth choir practice at 4
p.rn.; Youth Discipleship at 5
p.m., evening worship service at
6 p.m., and AWANA for ages 2
through fifth grade from 5:15 to 7
p.m.. On Wednesdays: Fellow-
ship dinner from 5 to 5:45; IG-
NITE-Youth Fellowship at 6 p.mn.;
worship at 6 p.m. with prayer and
Bible study; children's choir prac-
tice from 6 to 7 p.m.; and adult
choir practice at 7 p.m. Nursery
available at all services. Call the
church at 726-1252.
I St. Paul's Lutheran
Church offers weekly Sunday
worship services at 8 and 10:30
a.m. with Sunday school and
Bible class at 9:15 a.m. Annual
church picnic at 1 p.m. Sunday
at Rainbow Springs State Park.
See details at church information
area. Choir rehearsal at 6:30
p.m. Tuesday followed by bell
choir rehearsal at 7:30 p.m.


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Extension to teach food safety


Special to the Chronicle
The University of Florida/IFAS
Citrus County Extension Service is
providing training for ~ServSafe
Food Protection manager's certifi-
cation to help food managers and
staff keep food served to Florida's
consumers safer.
This is a comprehensive training
session that provides the most up-
to-date information and current
regulations. The ServSafe Man-
ager's exam is given at the-end of
the training which provides a Na-
tional Certifieation that is good for


News NOTlES

Car wash to benefit
cheerleaders
Thdre will be a carwash to
benefit the Free-Fall Elite All-
Star Cheerleaders from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. today at Pizza
Hut in Crystal River. Get your
car washed and free personal
pan pizza plus one topping for
$5 The money will help the
cheerleaders go to the inter-
national open championships
Easter weekend.
Fashion show '
tickets available
Tickets are available for St.
Elizabeth Ann Seton's Council
of Catholic Women's spring
fashion show and luncheon at
11:30 a.m. Thursday at the
Citrus Hills Country Club.
Fashions are by Beall's. '
Tickets are $15 each. To
purchase tickets, call co-chair-
"women Arlene Lentsch at
(352) 489-1657 or Dotti Nappi
at 795-0346.
Comedy night
to help BBBS
Tulscany on the Meadows
and the Citrus Hills Lodge are
hosting a comedy dinner show
Wednesday to benefit Big
Brothers Big Sisters of Citrus
County.
The evening will start with
refreshments and a cash bar at
n p m., uffetdinner at 6 .m.
Homer Noodleman come-
dian, ventriloquist, vocalist, ma-
dican ,impressionist and
Tickets are $25 each. Call
Sheree Monroe at 464-3968 or
the Big Brothers B~ig Sisters of-
fice at 344-0400 for tickets.
This flndraiser is sponsored
by Ann Marie Anzalone with
Tuscany on the Meadows and
the Citrus County Chronicle.
Parks schedule
ballrooimi dancing
Citrus County Parks and
Recreation, with instructor Bill
Ditnmitt, will offer ballroom
dancing classes at the Citrus
County Auditorium. The eight-
week course will begin
Wednesday. Beginner and in-
termediate classes.
For information, call 527-
7677. The cost is $80 per stu-
dent. Register online at www.ci
truscountyfl.org, click on Parks
& Recreation to re ister.
Garden club planS
Outing to orchidS
The Citrus Gardenl Club will
meet at 9 a.m. Thursday.
Focus will be on the Vanda or-
chid,. and the club will take a
car trip to tour the Goodwin
Orchids Nurse y
For more in ormation, call
Carol Hillard, club president, at
527-6701

IPet sSPOTLIGaHT


Oak Village WNomen donate to CUB


BRIAN LaPETERIChronicle
The Oak Village Women's Club recently donated the proceeds from ~their annual fashi-
ion show at Glen Lakes Country Club to Citrus United Basket. From left are: Debo-
rah Rossfeld, executive director of CUB; Pat Thompson, fashion show coordinator;
and Shirley Dube, treasurer of the Oak Village Women's Club.




Garen CIuD tO have plant sale


CITR LI S COUNTY CHRONICLE


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the University of
Safe Food Florida/IEAS Citrus
manager'ss County Extension
aining. office in Lecanto at
nesday, 527-5700.
All progranis and
~related activities
sponsored for or as-
ON: Call sisted by, the Insti-
tute of Food and
Agriculltural Sci-
ences are open to all persons with
nondiscrimination with respect to
race, creed, color, religion, age, dis-
ability, sex or sexual orientation,
marital status, national origin, polit-


ical opinions, or affiliations. For
persons with disabilities requiring
special accommodations, please
contact our office at least five work-
ing days prior to the~program so that
proper consideration may be given
to the request. Our phone number is
527-5700. For the hearing impaired,
please contact the Florida Relay,
Center Servrice at (800) 955-8771.
Citrus County Extension connects
the public with the University of
Florida/IFAS's knowledge, re-
search and resources to address
youth, family, community and agri-
cultural needs.


five years. Certification is required
in Florida for food managers of all
establishments licensed by the De-
partment of Business and Profes-
sional Regulation, the Department
ofAgriculture and Consumer Serv-
ices and selected licenses of the De-
partment Of Health.
The next class will be Wednesday,
April 15, at the Citrus County Ex-
tension office at 3650 W; Sovereign
*Path, Suite 1, Lecanto (from State
Road 44, go south on County Road
491, turn west on Saunders Way, go
one block, turn left onto Sovereign
Path. The Extension building is the


first building on the
righ). AWHAT: Ser\
Preregistration is Potcon
required The certificate t
brochure/registra- WHEN: We~
tion form can be April 15.
downloaded from COT$1
foodsafety. ifas.ufl
.edu or register W INFORMIAT
using a credit card 527 5700.
by calling the toll
free hotline (888) 232-8723.
Cost for the course and exayn is
$110. Manuals may be purchased in
English or Spanish for $5i5. For
more information, call Mdnica at


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Special to the Chronick
The Embroiderers' Guild
of America Inc. (EGA) is a
nonprofit, volunteer, national
organization that promotes
the highest standards of ex-
cenlence in the practice of
embroidery through study
and education.
The local chapter is Sand-
hill Crane Chapter, which in-
cludes members from
Heernando, Citrus and Pasco
counties. Meetings are.on the
first Wednesday ofthe month
at 10 a.m. at Christ Lutheran
Church, 475 North Ave., in
Brooksville. Join us for our
meetifig on Wednesday. The
.program for the April meet-
ing will be presented by
member .Mary Sweeney
demonstrating "blackwork."
All types of needlework are ~
covered, including cross stitch,
needlepoint, crewel, and sur-
face embroidery Meinbership
is open to anyone interested in


Special to the Chronicle
The Floral City Gardlen
'Club will have its annual
plant sale Saturday, April 18,
at the Floral City Church of
Christ pavilion at 8599 E.
Marvin St., in Floral City.
The plant sale will start at
8 a.m. and go until all


tive, home grown and special
interest., "Rabbit Berries" a
natural fertilizer will also be
available at $8.50 per bag.
Mark the date on your calen-
dar and join us.
For more information or
donations of orphan plants,.
call plant sale chairwoman
Anne Propp at 560-0047.


Special to the Chronicle
Citrus American Italian
Club of Inlverness invites all
to its April festivities as fol-
lows:
Wednesday dinner: Spa-
ghettisausag. Cost $5 pe,
Aprill15 -Wednesday din-
ner: Sausage and peppers.
Cost $7.50 per person.
Doors open 4 p.m. and din-
ner is served at 5 p.m. Call
Martha at (352) 476-8727 or
Dolores at T246-5019 for reser-
vations,
April 4 Saturday dinner
dance and show with the one


and only Saill and her great
fresh ham or baked chicken,
sweet potatoes, vegetable,
salad, bread and dessert.
Doors open 5 p.m. and dinner
is served at 6 p.m. Call Angie
at2637350 sr Mr~to at 476-
Saturday, April 18, is the
monthly all-you-can-eat
breakfast. Make it a family
outing. Small children eat
free, for ages 10 to 14 it's half
price. Doors open 8 to 11 a.m.
Bingo games start at 1 p.m.
every Sunday. There will be
no bingo on Easter Sunday.
Call Frank at 344-1261.


areas, racquetball wall and
surface renovations will
begin the first week ofApril.
The project will be com-
pleted in two phases. The
first phase will close three
courts but allow two existing
courts to remain open for
public use.


Phase two will kick in, once
the initial courts are reno-
vated; the public will use the
newly renovated courts while
the remaining two courts are
being refurbished.
The renovation project is
expected to be completed
within 30 days.


Special to the Chronicle
The city of Inverness con-
tinues to provide quality
sport playing areas for all
county and city residents
using Whis~pering Pines Park.
In its continuing effort to
provide quality sport playing


Special to the Chronicle
Betty Boop, Debble Reilly's
friend, and Lord Humphrey
of Beverly Hills, Pauline
Reilly's friend, are best
friends most of the time.


a Notes tend to run one wveek! pror to the date of an event.
Publication on a specila day can't be guaranteed.
a Expect notes to run no more than once.


M Submit Information at least two wJeeks before the event.
Early submission of timely material Is appreciated, butt
multiple publications cannot be guaranteed.


SSubmit material at Chronicle offices In Inverness or
Crystal River; by fax at 563 3280; or e-mail to
communlty@chronileonllne.corn.


SATURDAY
MARCH 28, 2009


Keep Citrus County Beautiful award

T t Keep
3, :::county seem-
~~~n Thd 1b (~:rt, .iak tiful Pride
.--.Award for
January was
recently pre-
sented to
the Kings
~~B-i Bay Rotary
VanDeBo elb.Ls
right, ac-
4~ ;iP*~blrcepts the
r; J award from
KCCB mem-
.I bers Joe
Turck, treas-
urer, center,
and Mike
Colbert,
president.
The group
I 1 presents
-a area busi-
nesses and'
.community
organizations
, .~p the monthly
; .I award in
.....,recognition
'l*~i~i~~i~~i~ii~ii~~~n~oa~~for taking
pride in their

~ ~~~~W~F;Z.~ Citrus
~County beau-
tiful.
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AII types of
needletwork~~are


including cross
Stitch,
needlepoint,
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embroidery.
I~riembership is
Open to anyone
`IntereSte~d in
Stitching*

stitchin, from the most experi-
enced to those who would like
to learn to stitch.
For more information, call
249-1084.


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Your birthday Acquisition for material
things could be an extremely strong mo-
tivator in the year ahead, and you are
likely to give substantial physical and
mental effort toward these ends.
Aries (March 21-ApriI 19) When
shopping, be alert for some great bar-
g8 ns buried among the expensive items.
There's a good chance you will find
something that's beautiful but practical.
Taurus (April 20-May 20) Many
times our attitude and mode of operation
is substantially influenced by those with
whom we associate. This could be the
case for you. ;
Gemini (May 21-June 20) You have .
what it takes to achieve your objectives,
but it might take a challenge to get you to
rise to the occasion.
Cancer (June 21-July 22) You know
how to get exactly what you want when
you want it, but more importantly, you
are ready and willing to share with others
whatever you achieve.
Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Because ypu
justifiably feel secure with your abilities
and talents, competitive situations aren't
likely to intimidate you.
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and involves business or sports, you can
be relied upon to make a solid contribu-
tion.
Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) This could
be a successful day with regard to your
work or other important enterprises. You
will be outstanding.
Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Dan Cupid
may single you out for special attention if
you are unattached and hoping to find
someone. Don't hide your light under a
bushel where you can't meet suitors.
Sagittarius (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) If you
apply yourself, you can be both a good
opener and a great closer in producing
something quite profitable.
Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) You
have a remarkable faculty for taking a
small idea and building it into something
large and useful. This talent becomes
especially acute when it pertains to ways
to out-distance the competition.
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) Today
could prove that when you look out for or
protect the interests of another, your ac-
tions open vast areas for producing big-
ger and better things for yourself.
Pisces (Feb. 20-March 20) An en-
deavorbin which yu are oly paril re-

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"Monsters vs. qliensl (PG) Noon, 12:30 p.m.,
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"Monsters vs. Aliens" (PG) Noon, 2:30 p.m., 4:55
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"The Haunting in Conriecticut"' (PG-13) 12:10
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p.m., 10:05 p.m.
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p.m., 10 p.m.
"I Love You Man" (R) 12:45., 3:50 p.m., 7:20 p.m.,
9:50 p.m.
"Race to Witch Mountain" (PG) 12:20 p.m., 2:40
p.m., 5:05 p.m., 7:40 p.m., 10:10 p.m..
Crystal River Mail 9; 564-6864
"The Haunting in Connecticut" (PG-13) 12:50
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4" concrete Slab
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HOMEOWNERs
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hookup. $800/obo
Power & hand tools.
Large assortment
352-465-0190
WoodworkingShop
Equipment i
tablesaw, Jolner,
sanders, dust collect.
+ other equipment
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tampabayrrcom
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projection. Excellent Provincial
condition. $500/obo, mirror and
352-746-6798 night
$100 352
'f Building )I Dre
9 u le triple w/9
oak frames
Handicapped Toilet right che~
Like new, $50.00 Obo. 6 drawer
(352) 726-0686 $500(352)

.12; V deo~lCENTE R2
DIESTLER Ing dresser
*COMPUTERS $6~5/all. 35:


upgrades. Visal MCard Orig, pr e

MIN CA ASNG M (5)
hieig, p of esatnec tal. 2 r cke s
.$50. obo chairs,m
352-232 7790 cho I at
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LAPTOPS SMW S352~
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Deserve shelves o
drawers an
New! Super Thin bottom $25
IScTe Fst e table while
Shippmng Log In 352-34
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Sre.com excellent
Photo Printer, HP $200
Photosmart D7100 352-63
w/USB port, 100 HUTCH O
HP ScanJet 3300C dark oak u
scanner, $50 cabinet in
(352) 726-8295 condition. $
PS2 bigger version, offer 352

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flams onall he6
metal. 2" Carliln han- MOVING
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tractor w/buce t or WoIMU
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p Furniture (812) 6
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glass top patro rfta le Tues.-Frt 9
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complete, $200 firrn from est;
Vintage Mirrored wall loveseat, el
nut 9 drawer dresser ing table, ki
$250. I door/slide -by all in exce
to-mopen se,doo ^ tion, great
frameotiodpor. 52-
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6 BAR STOOLS white SEOF
wicker and wro ght iron To
and wicker. $1u75obo $32)
353-232-7790 Sm5s

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groom old mayo excel. c
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12 POINT STAR TALS
BURST MIRROR cfe a
wrought iron,decorator end tables
style $75. obo decorative
353-232-7790: btop
72x36 wood grain 'tion, purc
Bookcase @25.00 year agl
Boat shaped Curio $200.00
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746-7576 Stree
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(352) 344-4505 keystart
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SET $240; (35i
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Sofa, chair & recliner. Riding La
Belge. Exc. cond. Runs & MI
$300. 352-726-4854 42" C~
DINING ROOM Set (5)
44x66, dark pine. Iseck
Purchased 11/05. loader, 3.
a 7.32 41951 ft.bushh
DINING ROOM SET bxba
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velvet chairs, and 6' *
long solid wood match- MARCH P
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mirror, and 8 wood and 5019 W. St
velvet chairs. Made in (5)
(324
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Older,oa drop leaf Movin Fr
ta with 2w chairs.. excsellen 3/2 ld
ecle condition $13 Frnitu
515352-634-2253 cond., L


Dinning Chairs Tables
4 Light oak, antique
upholstered with other he
castors. $100. 322
(352) 746-7940 Junipe
Dinning Room Set CITRU
Wrought Iron, round 70 yrs collc
glass top, 6 chairs. selling An
Cream fabric seats. furn., c'y
$300. Hand Carved Christmas
Indian Screen, Teak. Thurs- Frl
5 100.(352) 746-7940 251 E. Ir


style, with
Matching
stand
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sser
,drawers,
d mirror up-
st w/door,
rs oak set
503-7113

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S6 drawers.
2-628-2613.


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,ivel rli er
licrofiber
, l yr old
separate
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Clear birch
d and open
,n top and
Id doors on
0O Drop leaf
teh rsa $50
14-4654
der a rk ak
condition,
or blo.
14-2253
older, 1940's
with lighted
excellent
j200 or best
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28-0808


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ate. Sofa,
notable, din.
ng &full bed
lIlant condi-
prices. call
0031
3 DREXEL
bles
200

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z. Mattress

oSd Q00
pa Il door

Sofa table
le, and two
.Glass with
stone on the
frfect condi-
hased one
o. Asking
503-3282
L UNIt
mponents,
WIde, $350.
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) 746-9084




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Sites, new
cover, gas
372 7
ox Trailer
t legal
ning Ilghts
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MAN REAR
f propelled,
engine B/S
like new
) 628-7983
wn Mower
ows Great!
ut. $350.
01-5053
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hrs.. $8,500.
'26-6864

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sale, Sun.
am-4lpm
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, lamps,
frames &
household'
!9 N.
rus Way
IS HILLS
ection now
tlques, art,
stal, tools,
& Party life
I-Sat 6-3p
eland Ct.


Saturday 8-2
2610 W. Fairway Loop
Small outside frldge
Cudoe cabinet, crystal
many nice tems
CRYSTAL OAKS
HUGE SALE on 4/4
maps at clubhse.8-lp
CRYSTAL RIVER
1316 NE 5th Ave.

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2243 E.Seve St.E
4 family yadsale. Fri &h
Sto 9-5, Sun. 9-3./
uN. ewer kds clthes &

gaenerall houseold

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4r fam 9a-? Fri. Saf
Sn. 910 Onakn St.c

Bling Yard Sale
Satk. 8A.11Pisc



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Sat.Ma.28th 8a-3p
233 S. emdale Ter


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Frl-Sa 8- 3350 Odle
Ste (352) 726-3618l

Fr.Sat Burda 8-23pm

Ingr clothr es & oos
PINE RiDGEm 6737 W.
Seuntin Clu Pot ah a.

nicue kidst clhes &.

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Bedding, pos, pans,
Le ter Rid Ilte 8

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CNVRYSA IER


TOOLS, plus morel
at 8-3p 1ml, west Ft.
Island Trail on right
HOMOSASSA
Sat & Sun 7-4p
5630 W. Sardock


E Clothing
CINCINATI REDS HAT
Cincinnati Reds base-
ball, black, new, nice
$20 302-0336 call after
3 pm


CRYIST iL RIVER


HAS POSI*
TION
AVAILABLE
28 TO 35 hrs.
wveiskly.
Fax Resume To:
795-0803

Full Time
Lic. 1a.aTech &
Phlebotomist.

For busy Physician
Lab; Competitive
salar & Benefits.
Fax Res(ime to:
(352):746-6333

Gl=NESIS




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Floeridac 34447 .


MDS
Coordinator

Great 0 portunity
to Jobn an exciting
team. Candidate
must have a FL RN
or LPN license. MDS
eand care pl S
knbelledge, ahd be
3, rral. 1 oriented: l
l~ell:-II r benefifS

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or s hd resmeto:

Arbor Trall Rehab
611 Tumner Camp Rd
Invemness,R.f EOE

RN NEEDED

Diamond Ridge
Health Rehab.
Please appig at
2730 W. Ma'rc
Knighton Ot.

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fax resu eo Lnda
352-746-0866
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352-746-6600
EOE MFD Drug Free
Work plaice

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EXPERIENCE LINE
COOK
Appljr within at
Peck's Old Port

Helpj Wainted



Hots/ aher
Apply in person
631 N. Citrus Ave
Crystal River
NOW HIRING
EXP.COOKS
Apply In.person
Mon-Frt. 2pm-4pm
Col'Wh Pubin atery
Inverness
11582 N. Wlarnm St.,
Dunneli n E

STrades/SkillS

AIC INSTALLERS


@% Ai ar H~ea g
& Cifoling 7745 W
Homosessa Trail
MECHANIC

Min, 5 yrs. exp.
(352) 746-6650







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ml~ded peop e.
352-628-0254
EXP. FLORAL
DESIGNER
Hearth.& Home
(352) 795-3656
Ful Tim LAWN
MAINTENANCE
PERSON

With Landscaping
exp. For large home
Please respond to:
Blind Box 1538P
106 W. Main st-
Invemness, FL 34429


EANDfU ERSUN I
STOLE $10 each obo
352-232-7790

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Plaques
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352-489-3931 1-352-465-8841 Accord. Class 1. PROFESSIONAL $40. 29 gal, aquar fully
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BOARDS For small 36" W x 18" D. Key,12 Spare wheel & tire. $65 White HIde-a-bed Lot, $500 mo. + dep.
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and 5 2e $3 bo. 88" 5 c 500N00 So oa W ed 0/ PetS .0 per )e 2
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(352) 628-1924 horsepowerNew $549 $100.00. 352-249-7195 937-346-4983 One Chocolate $400 All Ads are prepaid,
BOOKS of ROMANCE asking $325,00 Waterfall concrete PRIVATE COLLECTOR 352-302-9559 Some restrictions inverness
new condition 352-341-4847. Dolphin w/sm pond Fitness Buying suns, may apply. 312, DW scrn. por.,
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352-341-4847 HELMETS 2 Street & 2 On Site Gun Smithing reg.'d, health cert. 2/2 DW New A/C &
GENERAL Patio Set Motor cross $40.00 (352) 726-5238 NO SHEDDINGI carpet..Clf.AM $625
MERCHANDISE Glass topped table 72" each 464-0316 (352) 489-6675 F/L/S. 352-795-8963
SPECIALS Long, 4 High back 8 ft Pool Table a Utility Shih-Tzu Sale Rent to Own, 3BR,
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may apply AWNINGS, CANOPIES rests $55.00 464-03f6 Ammunition Red's, polls pure- HOMEBUYER'S UP TO
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and click place 352-436-0065 leave $.10, .25, .50,181.00 BALLIPOLLTABLE new, cost $50 will sell Micro chipped, all sec. Very nice home. .
an Ad in the top right message and Pre- 1965* Needs Minor work for $16 302-0336 after shots. $300. Ask for Walter gggy
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Additions, Garages
Decks, Bathrooms &
Handyman
Services, 40 Yrs Exp
Uc. crc058740
344-3536; 563-9768
Stone

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Sho s5/bs etc
LI (35 21n d.
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REPAIRS
Wall & Celling Sprays
Int./Ext. Painting
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9 Clearing/
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All Tractor/Dirl
Service Land clear,
bushhog, tree/debrls
removal352-302-6955
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BANG'S LANDSCAPE
Sod, grass plugs,
plants, trees. Please
Lv. Msg.352- 341e3032 .
D's Landscape &
Expert Tree SW
Personalized design-
Bobcatwork fill/rock
& sod 352-563-0272

on Lawn Care
&
Affordable Lawn Care
Dependable Service
Professional Quality
352- 601-7086
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Andersen's Lawn Serv
Mowing, Trimming.
Clean Up Low Rates
352-277-6781
BARKERS LAWN
StERVI Guearan d
price you pay for
service. 352-232-8166
Basic to Full Serv
Tree & scrub trimming
clean-up & hauling.
wkoy b yc6 -7934
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Reliable, Quality Work
Residential / Comm.
Lic./Ins. 352-613-4250
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Mowing & Trlmming
Clean up, Lic. & ins.
(352) 797-3166
ZiEGLER'S LAWN
& LANDSCAPE
18$5.1222 (LIc/Ins)
628-9848 or 634-0554
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AGUA AZURE
Cert. Pool Operator
All Citrus County
352-344-4796
EVERCLEAR POOL
SERV. & Maint.
Concrete Pools Only .
(352)344-5122
POOL BOY SERVICES
Total Pool Core
Acrylic Decking
a 352-464-3967 e
PURDY POOLS
St: Cerflfled, Serv. &
Maln. (352) 220-7301

RV Services


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Motor Homes
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frlendl, 6 ,r old
Chlhucrhua3 mix
.al-,:. I loo~klr,

nevliered and
Up-to-dote on
medical.
He is available through Humane
Society of citrus county.
Ro~o Fo On oe Pt Resce Inc.



nolured and .
lo. ing little
JOCk RUssell
Terrier She is
spa,edJ and
uJp-IO-dat 6 On ~e; Y~T.
medical.
She is available through Humane
Society of Citrus County.
Catt adt-SSSS and ask for Karren.
Room F One Mown oeRes ue, Inc.


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a .er, S.'.eel.
gentle and
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I-e is available
though Humane Society of Citrus
county.


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Cinle e Crerled
.- Io lokna I ol. r N
hOm~e He I: IC~_
neutered and up-to-date on medical,
He is available through Humane
Society of Citrus County.
Catt 841-8228 and ask for Harren,
Room F One Mown oeRes ue, Inc.


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New, 2/2, all appl. 3/2, $700, mo. $ 00 / -m.(2)
t NOW Wash/Dry. $600.-3625. sec. 352-795-4661 795-1878; 382-1162
(954) 557-6211 IV NSSHOMOSASSA
YOUR ADDUNNELLON 2/1 son, rm $650, mo Lovely, 3/2c,2/2
DAY AT OUR 11 R niod ecd $300 sec, workable Lease Oct I exble
'EBIZ CITRUS (3852)M 42-08 *. (352) 465-3086 ElnaDGIDS
IFI STE| INVERNESS 2/1nwusa R t H ve Lg. Ho tb m.cc
onil ne.com Bran Unfrnse d 3 ad

,ICK GROUP 2/1, cha, H20 Incl. Rent to own, No Fenced. $695. mo.
ate Services $525/m 352- 382-1344 credit ck352-484-0866 (352) 201-9281
SHIIls Area Jademission.com INVERNESS 3 /2
avls, A ent Eice is/ BEVERLY HILLS Downtown. $685 per
422-25 2 n taOS 111/1. FI rm, Sun rm, month, 352-419-0103
grou~net INVERNESS 1/1 KIt/Dln, WID. NENS
w R4%t%8o $4arn s 212 dr. $756m5mo $570%aond 2st lj.

DMARK LECANTO BEVERLY HILLS INVERNESS
9136ta, 46 cueo. nlh al losT 2165 nn Sun 1,$65m 50m N Icee/2, gare,


y orJane~~ tally furnished, W/D, 527-8432: 697-1907 813-973-7237
Ma~nSt.InyUtil., Inch, cbl/net Total BEVERLYr HILLS INVERNESS
~move In $695. Mo. 2/2/2 + Bonus Rm, Waterfont
rsiness (352) 621-4725 $750 mo.(352) Townhouse 212-%,
CadQRS527-1051 with 3 decks &
UD Home O OBVELHIS blcommnies o, prvaer


'AL RIVER 6l00e 53bd $500 wk. Beverly HIlsH/ town Iv. & ac as
FOR. "ist nt Fre 65 o + sedp.


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886475111 wwucu nna m 2/1 Near boat ramp
647-5111 $500+ sec. Avall 4/1. Spacious 3/2/2
ERIDGE ~(352) 726-4222 golf c"~;,,""~~oure, ern

sjb B~~ oa MEB so/1 onemo o$m $ 0.
dosVilas OBR.ES cITRUS SPRINGS CI32/S2 900 G
4/2/2, 2,600 Sq.'$1,100 CIUSS INS
or Rent Mo.(813) 716-5605 3/2/2 $900 .
MONTH FREEl ETUE CITRUS SPRINGS (352) 400-0230
MERHILL AT PRPRIS NIce 3/2/2, Near Sch. SUGARMILL
)OWCREST CIRSSRNS $900mo 352-816-0010 WOODS

f d5 7 BE LL CITRUS SPRINGS 32sI8 Fs
,omcrus~om 6oo Rent or Rent to ISec. (352) 382-1827
2 omitrusTALRcom Own
2ba5 Onl CRYSATALRIVRO 2 or 3 Bed + FL Rm. Waerot
ol % dnr 1r WATERFONT412 Designer kit. great vl Rentals
8% apr for C ONDO $12 neigh .,$650/mo
8070-366978 HOM08A88A Spotless 3bd 2ba Only
x57053/2 D $700352-527-0493 $199/Mol 5% dn 15
UD Home DuplexS550 352-427-7644 yrs @D8% apr for
l1 5% down @Istng8036973
For Uistlngs OR0 R H0 EaFR CRYSTAL RIVER x5705
-9783 X1 5704 3/2 Clean, $850/mo 3bd 2ba Only
fUS: HiIls DUNNELLON 795-6299 697-1240 $199/Mol 5%/ dn 15
o WDW ,dol, 2/1 Ralh ow Lakes CR rN. ltr s 08 -apr fr8
833-3767 239-438-8085 or (PLANTATIO GOLFb x5705
US HILS 29,4558858 COURSE) 3/2 w/2.5 CRYSTAL RIVER
nhsew/carprt INVERNESS garage, screen porch 1/1 Water, front, fumn.
/ID, 2 lanais, 3/2, S 50mo 1st/L & fireplace. All $875Mo 352-302-9504
pool, cable $300 sec. appliances incl. HERNANDO
25. Golf near (352)7860%055 First/Last/Deposit 3/3 Furn.: ,760 Sq. ft.
2) 422-5819 SUGARMI~LL 352-563-1149 2 acres.$1,500 Mo.
lUS HILLS WOODS 3225 Carl Rose Hwy.
Vila, ond 22/2*Laal160 sqft Dunn./Blue Cove (813) 245-0371
RIAR RENTALS $875.m u.,;3/2 ,U/W D. H SSA
746-5921 (727) 804-9772 Inldslwcr. On River, 2/2
iretla om SUNSET VILLAS Inc e w re elkad alr s
Senir CmmuitY DUNNELLON dock;815-782-9525

A e calos for sc. (52 .6-3 2/2/ 2, Supe c n
S SPRINGS I 'Bi 2 BR APTS tiled great area,
3/2/1 W/D Please Apply DUNNELLON two avall. 1@S650.
52-746-7990 M, W, F, 8am-12p NEW 31211 Scrnd. 1@$750 mo
TAL RIVER '32)S 149h 0A2e i ( 252 7M3 78 352-476-4896
,. $650 m. No (5 4302 e.5)2708 INVERNESS
~lease. Qulet Rental Asst. Avall HOMOSASSA 3/2/1, Super clean,
borhood off F eclo ures 2/1, wtr. &sewer Incl. tlled, great area,
g a334Y6 Equal Housing Op. IG AD Irg.03B52 -8476mo.


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all ut1 Inc. $949655mo.
ONE MONTH FREEI
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dplx, all ktchn appls,
patio, W/ID hook-up,
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Lg. room, all util. &
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Mo.Call(352)257-9610.


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Hernando: New
Renvt'd Effic: $280wk.
Pool. MI~Laci$85wk.
tlpmes3bd $500wk.
352-726-4744

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Want to Rent 212
Home In Homosessa or
Crystal Rlver, w/access
to wae rmNay
2009 thru April 2010 ~
We have no pets &
(6d03Tt7 o9k8 6 -


Calr Port. Fully remod.
New kitch. & bath.
$23.500 obo 341-4792




NEWER DBLWIDE
In 5 star park, 3/2
Vinyl FI, room, shed.
corpod. Exc. condo.
$37,500
(352) 382-2356
S nincIts Belvn
www Acrtaiivervilage

furnished $60k, Walk .n
Ready 352-7959787
352-795-6682
WALDEN WOODS
55+ 3yrs. old, furn. 2/2,
-scm. porch,coarport,
shed, good cond.
Reduced to $39,500
Call (352) 697-2779

WE)SN WIND 2L 5
Belowos.CoatCrport,
shed, scrn prch,
furn'd, pet ok. Park
rent $256mno. RAIelel.
ovail. 352-628-2090
so RelEstate
51For Rent
3/2 HUD Homel
$225/mol 5% down @
8 0-3 -98 8 70

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RV lots.352-628-0011

u A artmentS
2 Furnished
FLORAL CN Y
LAKEFRONT 1 B8edrm.
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air, util Inc. $7006 mo
+ sec, 352-628 63




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Sfor Inomrao Sall )
(352) 344-1010
SMON, thru FRI. I
S9am 4pm
Ask About our
SMovein Soeclors 1
IBR sec. dep. 150 I
1~ st nho. Rent $150.

SHUD Vouches )

SWelcome I
& 2uo Hust go O
CRYSTAL RIVER
1 Br. Laundry on site.
No pets, Spe e~rates
1.Dnt 2. asidplex
(352)628-2815 Lv.Msg.
CRYSTAL RIVER
Call Mon-Fri 10-5 for
app infp and $100
Special.l1&2 bd avail.
Cid 32W2 7-80 8
www.crystalpalm


2/1 $500 Mo No pets.
Incis garb &( 1-20. 352-
628-7300 or 697-0310
HOMOSA;SSA
2/1, Apt. $475, mo, +
elec. 1st a last or buy
Duplex other side willl
$13 00 352-a3 4- 25


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NOTICE:
All real estate
advertising In this
newspaper i
maes Itiglt

preference,
Ilmltation or
discrimina lon
co rd on rcs x
handicap, famillal
status or national
Interdtin ,%arakei
such preference,
limitation or
discrimlnation.
"Famillia status
Includes children
under the age of 18
living with parents
legal custodians,
pregnant women
and people
securing custody of
children under 18.
This neksae will
accept any
advertising for
real estate which Is
In violation of the
law. Our readers
are hereby
Informed that all
dwellings
advertised In thls
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-fr teelphn
number for the
hearing Impalled is
1-800-927-9275.


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:Cliptper is a friendly little Italian Soecks is a 7 a
Greyhound mix. He is about one year old Chihuahuas .
old, neutered in need of a~
and up-to-datp loving adu.ll
on medical. um ed He eon.
.He is available up-to-date o~n
through Humane B~~~ medical.
Sdciety of CitrusHeiavlce

Couty (-1=:--h Humane Society of Citrus
CaN 841-2222 and ask for K~arron.
Room For One More Pet Rescue, Inc. Room For One More' Pet Rescue, Inc.
www.roomforonemore.net www.roomforonemome.net

Joe Cockcer is h l ) Belle is a
a very easy friendly young
going, friendly 5 Terrier & Italian
yr, old American Greyhound mix
Cocker Spaniel. who is looking for
Heis nupe To aheov ng s me.
on medical, and up-to-date
on medical.
He is available through Humane She is available through Humane
Society of Citrus County. Society of Citrus County.
CaU 841-2222 and ask for Karren* CaU 841-2222 and ask for darrom.
Room For One More Pet Rescue, Inc. Room For One More Pet Rescue, Inc.


Jake :s:2 yr.
can be, little
Dachshundwhlo isdabout 6 ,(j
and Terrier mix. o and loing o
He is neutered quiet adult horne
and up-to-date H snuee r
on medical. Up-t -date on all
.eicl .
He is available through Humane He is available lrnrougr. uman~e
Society of Citrus County- Society of Citrus County.
Catt 841-222 and ask for Karron. Cau 841-222 and ask for Klarron.
Room F One More oetRen ue, Inc. Room F One aore PetoRes ue, Inc.


::M-UR PETS -CITRUS


OlvOCrnss Dog Pack #4 Don Pack #7
7 Recommended Baslc Pack
RIVefade Lod ge L G OI Rables, 6 In Bordetella, Heartworm Rables, 5 In 1, Bordatella
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sat., April 4 2-3pm Sat., April~ 11 -10am "Tues., April 21 5-7pm Sat., April 1

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Dual alf. $35,000Ob
352-637-5149 or
352-586-3090
ALLEGRO
'85, New motor.
generator, 27 ft.,
Al cond. $6.350
352-634-4793





Maritim Minis s
(352) 795-9621
A Tax Deductbibe A
CRUISE AIR
'94, Class A, Wide
body. Diesel pusher
Allson Trans. & more
$34,000. 352 835-4273
FOUR WINDS
'03, Hurrcane 300, class
A motor home, 311& ft.,
rf2k lo V0 g~as,g n n e
bed, etc. Saturn tow
Avall. $35,000. Lets talk
(352) 397-5007 '
GEORGIE BOY
'05, Pursuit, Class A,
30ft.
Excel. cond. 8k ml.,
2 sllde outs, 2 TV's, back
up camera, all the bells




GULF STREAM
'07 BT Cruiser, 22'
8K.MI. Hitch &L tow
bar. Like new. $45,000
(352) 875-8890
GULF STREAM
BT Cr eber03, fully


HAMPTON BAY

Completely fu ns ed.
p Il clubhouse etc
$29,900/obo
(352) 464-2722
SHoliday Rambler
'3 BYmMnonlco,d300
*ncltow vehi e
(352) 302-7073 '
Holiday Rambler
Admiral Motor Home
36' 2 slides, 340hp,
gas eng, all options
transit ext. wa"
$51,900
352 795-3970 '
IT6ASCA N VON
diesel, Class C. Good
mpg, low mi, 1, slide,
loaded. $55,995-
3524640371
JAMBOREE
29',2005, V-10 Class C
12,400 mi., Loadedl
Read tC ao 39 00
S(352) 465-2138
Keystone 07
Blg Skyp 5h W~h e
every option. Center
Island Kit. Incls
sep.W/D, added 2nd
a/c In bedroom
Price to Sale $52K flrm ~


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21 m ful loaod d


9-1 1 iass A4,
Clean no petslor
smoke. $9,500 Or Obo.
(352) 746-1169



2000 EAGLE 26'
TRAVEL TRAILER

.(352) 795-1780
BANK FORECLOSURE
6 R$15,0t0 s BR
800-366-9783 x 5714
BONAIR '01
19FI. 5th wheel. On


FIFTH WHEEL
30GPt. Aljo W/s ide-out.
cood can Moving
must sell.2 t,100 Obo*
(352) 14-3688 ~
I BUY RV'S,
Travel Trallers,
5th Wheels,
Call Glenn
(352) 302-0778
JAYCO
07 Jay Rlig~ht
28' used twice, smells
& looks new, green
clean, slps 6 $16,800
(352) 503-7431
KODIAK
'04, Hybrid Travel Trr.
AC, Heat, Micro. Tub/
Shwer, toilet exc
cond $99500.
352-564-4151
KODIAK

Shwer, toilet exc cond
$9,500. 352-564-4151
MEADOWBROOK
5th Wheel, 2000 Ex-
httcelle ca ab.g ogl
e.c Gedohklenn

(352)302-6055 or
(727)692-9045
Montana
'03, 5th wheel, 3 slides





ZEPPEL RINE'05
s7T e ige nde r ,


J.OADggl On bed In
frt. $13,500/ob~o (352)
634-1378: 795-2053
sgAuto Part~s/
E;Accessories
99 Mitsubshl Eclipse,
wrecked, for parts, exc
2.0 16 val eng, auto.
trans. 2 sets of wheels
/tires 117km 302-2781
464-0220
Chevy
'96, Camaro,
V6, auto, good runn.
Ing gear & front end.
t-tops, alumn. wheels
w ew tires,d hin the




CASH BUYER
Buving Used Cars
Trucks & Vans
For used car lot
LARRY'S AUTO SALES
inyr) 19 S rystal River
since 197 3 564-8333


Wanted Vehicles
Dead or Alive,
Dale's Auto Parts
352-628-4144

SCars
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BMW
'03, 745 LI, NAV,
blac, sn rof.all
blpt un29 MInt
o(352) 746-2696

'05 La rUs Kcx, 3.8

Wooten's 637-7117
BUICK
2004, Century
Best Buy
$6988, P6143B
1866-838-4376
CADILLAC '01
Catera, 34k mi, Agy ~
White wileath-er
852235 4
CADILLAC
'89 Fleetwrood, 4dr.
1 owner, great car
$1,200 (352) 344-1607
CADILLAC
'99 DeVille, 39 K. Mi.
Car Fax avail. Light
gold, exc. cond. $7,500
(352) 382 2715




1866-838-4376
CHEVY
.'96 Camoro, Cony.
rare 5 spd, AC, V6, 36
mpg Jet bik,' depend,
$4700 352- 563-0615

200 HPT 6R ER

SB 88 6 1 9

CON GNMENTuU A
*Cinanig Sat At '
U5l9, Across Airport
(352) 41-4518
co~n ln~nrusa.ora

S200C c n etble
cory p,ool 40e76 mi .

veroo alive~ tte, power
auto~~d shift heads
updisplay ma tic F5s
sspenson, navegaten
system, adl options avall-
able are on this gor-
geous vette, Over
$2,000 in
aftermdarket pa t
for only $49,000-
352- 270-3193
CORVETTE
'80, Stingray, white
86K mil. T -top roof.
Excellent conditon
$12,000. will trade for-
truck. 352-563-6428
DODGE
2005 NEON SEDAN



FORD
*03 Mustang Cony.
auto 2,-6 Isainr~ all
pwr 80lk great ce~n1.
$7200. 352-382-2755

Tor~usSllor Wage~ :up



FORD FOCUS SE
2002 4 DOOR 98K
BLUE GREAT COND
IN&OUT,35MPG
,AUTOL.ICAM ,PR

p860-377-6404
alexshlatz@aol.com

HONDA
200, INSI ,
$8988. HI3131M -
1866-838-4376

HONDA
20~02. Accord Sedon



> HONDA
2003, ClI~C COUPE EX
ir.. radltl
~$7988 H13029A
'1866-838-4376.
HONDA CIVIC 97
$5001 Pollce
ImpoundsI For Ilsting
800-366-9813 x4246
LINCOLN '94
2-dr, sun roof, 131k ml,
white. Well main-
talned. $2650. (352)
628-7410: 628-6370
MAZDA
'07 MZ3, Automatic
Alloys $13,995. *
Ocala Volvo.
S(352) 629-7299
MAZDA
2001, Mlllenia Sedanl



MERCEDES
'ol 43o cLK,
Convertibie $17,995.

(30) 16a429 9.
M RCEDESle

jbrwn lh~t. top,. 2 tops
$7,900 352 344-1484
MGB -

Convertible 197 57

MITSUBISeHI '02

ot., lect eld VO
$3500. 352-527-2792
.NISAN
'95, Sentra*
5 speed, 1 8K mi.'


352-249-6235
NISSAN
107 Altima, Low miles*
$16 995, Ola Volvo.

NISSAN
2000, Maxilma Sedan
GXE, Only 59K Miles
$7,988,H12908A
1866-838-4376

NISSAN
2001, ALTIMA
Striking


$9988, fP615
1866-838-4376



PONTIAC,-
I'95 Grand Prix, V6
2dr.,$154K. Mi.1
OwnerRun ggi.
$2,700. (352) 6 85


'06 Vue, Auto. V2 TOn, Ex cab, 4x4 '86, Ram, Conversion
$11,995. Ocala Volvo V8, 5-speed, A/C. Extended Van, Low
(352) 629-7299 126k ml, good shape. top, V8, 23K mi., Gar-
$3600 352-341-0004 age Kept. $2,500 obo
'07, Ts5N loN DODGE Ram Quad 325393
20, O SpdaniOng Cab. Black. Mint con- DODGE
New. edition. $5,000. Contact '94, Rom 350,
8998. P63 Jim #352-563-5515 Full size, work Van
1866-838-4376 Fla. JUMBO SHRIMP $2,000 obo
SU~- I ~Wholesale w~fto ubl (352) 527-2241
SUZUI 1/15ct. 5.oltB Dod e Caravan
'07 Forenza. 30K mi, Mark 727-726-8617 '00. 4 Cyl. Runs Great.


TOYOTA 38k ml. $9,700/obo Ford
'06, Highlander. (352)746-3919 1996 Wlndstar GL V6,
Hybrid, 100,000 ml. FORD 112k, ml. loaded.
warranty. $23,000. ,06 E 350, Cutwy cold a/c, great
(352) 382-1857 sev a,4KM54ishape, 8 pass .$2500
L. Eg. Ato.naphide (352) 422-2611
TOYOTA Ser bod blOK~pe loc
2001CAMRY' dse. $2.odyl Oboo KIA
XXX Clean, *rs '05,0 Oo Sedna Veu L
88988 H13076B 32 76 9 Moreconergert
1866-838-4376 (68 1-77$9988 P6221
TRANSPORTATION FR 868647
SPECALS1996WF-2 TRUCK '6MP uto
7 HEDER+ 4 50 $6988, P6500 $10,995. Ocala Volvo.
14 Doys..... $423.50 1866-836-4376 (352) 629-7299
30 Days...........$68.50 MAZDA
(All extra thnage FORD 'os MPv, 7 passenger.
$5.00 pe line) 2003 Ranger* LX $10,995.
CALLOnly A4K mi. Ocala Volvo.
352-563-5966 $8,988, P6362 (352) 629-7299
1 vehicle per ad 16-3847 Satur
Private Party Only FORD 'os vue, s IIl van.



Licensed Broker
VOLVO TOYOTA
S04 S-60 R Edition. 2004, CorollaSedan
$13,995 Ocala Volvo. S Eye -
(352) 629-7299 Catching
VOLVO $7988 #H12424B

$14, 5 I Ivo.o 1866-838-4376 iv


'06 S-0 Lo ies. i
$17, a 2 Ivo.9 $2825/2me 5 on @ A ANEH

'06XV~ BOWD.800-366-9783 X 5704 ON T RM CARE
$21,995. Ocala Volvo AZTEK *LIFE SETTELMENTS
(352) 629-7299 Pontiac '04 Low 352-422-6956
VOLVO miles, loaded! www.ANUSSO.com
'07 s-40 Leather int Reduced price
Auto.$17,995 Ocala $8,76-7500 obo \T
Volvo.(352) 629-7299 6

'Oa sV0 sun roof, '05 Escalade,.low mi. 2008 Honda Foreman
$20,9 Ocaa Vvo. ec cod $28XM NEW,G R GE KEPT
(352) 629-7299 (347) 266-9328 $5500(pay off)D~ustin
CHEVY 352-302-7141
9 ISI BLAZER `99 LS 4dr. ATV
o. Vehicles 126k mi. Iogded. 08' Honda, 4x4
great cond. sunroof, W/reverse. 500 CC
1954l CHRYSLER $4k obo 352-422-0065 15 Hrs. New $6,800
imperial, Restorer's CHRYSLER '04 (352) 302-8852
Dre 50bo OcflD asu erf ci '03 RanHOerD3A50cc.
1954 CHRYSLER PT,~ warr. till 11/2010. 4wdr, 5spd + reverse.
Imperial, Restorer's $11,900. 352-382-5715 Cilmbs mountains &
Dream. $6500.obo D G tows heavy loads.
352-228-0597 DOG 4700/or trade. 352-
'53 MERCURY 52C95 e cl sVsoove. 563-0615 Crystal River
2-Dr hardtop, 350 V-8, (352) 629-7299
auoMa tae n ar. DODGE Motorcycles
35 1621-0 8; 99DUAG4x, U
'5 80K mi., loaded. dual 1996HateyDavidson
Cust6 FRDd i xasEc Sporister883,rnht
nuo lite 4oa r 5od. $ ;00 oo condo. low mi dy to
trade for travel trailer FORD o 205538
of equal value. '01 Expedition, perfect
(352) 628-4053 cond. Eicc. tires.96K.Mi. 2001 HARLEY SPORSTER
CAMARO IROC Z $5,800.(352) 465-7961 %XL us om k m.7
'88 Red, LT -1 eng FORD '03
PS00 M. IrAt brv cl8s 1,14ch F~actcutm HprfG
Condition. $6,900. Orig owner. Great v $30 i e
Cmaro 28,7 shp p ie, ceips 7 i 51 000


(3521 422-5663 i1993 4 WD. 454 rebuilt .:800 l.uin c Cljs/c, Hn. &
CHEVY ertg., new transm., S'ssy Dj", winist... d
'69 Classic C10 SHT BD great tires, good cover. $3200.Reduced.
350/350 AC, PS, cond. $3,700 obo 352-419-5819
$15K or trade (352) 201-1413 Harley Davidson

(35207 9 '04HSYnt De, 6, Lots Kchrm, sa g c
I'87 nuttib Drlina, ikeaw 95 I$14.500 352-613-6215
new top & paint. $9,000 (352) 629-7299 iHarley Davidson
obo (352) 302-1524 SUU2005, XL1200 Custom.
ISUZUUnder 7k ml.Screamin
,EoL CAM NO '04 R deo, aut0matic, Eagle Performance Pkg
interior, & paint. Crager Ocala Volvo & 32 mo e ke4td50
magsh odtres. raised (352) 629=7299 HaeyDvdo
(352)341-3613. 04RdS U6At. '81 Shovelhead: 80",
FORD 10,b5 Ocala Volvuo. completely serviced,
'66, FlOD, V8, auto, (352) 629-7299 ac,,ss. $5,8 5. ob
org Clfrni Erc 3 52-27 6706955;

Ford Lalredo. Fabulous, H-D, SOFTAIL
Mustang Cobra 96 1789 A S &EVO ot
convetibl, 16 ml.of chrome. $12,000
bik w/tan Int. $10,800 JEEP WRANGLER (352) 746-3069
firm (352) 812-0355 1989 Completely OD
GM El Camino R '06 Shned DA VLX.n
84, 1-owner, low new $4,000 Co- 1,5Saow 00 Mi an xta.
miles. $5,000/obo or tact Jim $4,200M Mn xrs
will consider trade. i' @352-563-5515. (5)3443
352-628-7077 MAZDA HONDA
GTO '04 MIata, 5 speed, Shadow Arrow 06,
1967, The real deal, Special Edition. 714K ,ml. garage
older restoration, just $12,495. Ocala Volvo. kept, not in rain,
out of storage $25K or (352) 629-7299 floorboard $6200 obo
trade (352) 621-0666 MERCEDES.BENZ (347)223-7269 aft 3:30
JAGUAR '01 ML. 55 AMG. Silver KAWASKI
'76 XJ6C Rare coupe! Wlblack int. Loaded, 0 10 C1K
Silver, new paint; 63K 57K.Mi. New $64K.Ask Mi. Ory fast nianyK
mi., $8,900 obo by 3/21 $20K. (352)489-7674 extra's. 4ky
(352) 527-4221 TOYOTA obo.(352)621-3764
(008) 763-8384 '08 Corolla, 4 door, SCOOTER
MERCEDES. BENZ automatic. $14,995. '06 Suzuki, 400
1985 380SL, 2 top road- Ocala Volvo. Bergman. 4,200 Mi.
ster. Drives, looks great. (352) 620-7200 Like new cond. $4,500

paMt.e AC Mus dee e 4X4S; (1 5 -TILB
7- 3 Just broke In 113 cu-
THNDRIR DDE 8 ble Inch S&S Stroker
THUNDERBant irDs NeedO mnr wrk, motor w/Staggered
73, Ne paint tiresN $1500/obo Hooker headers. New
53,90 Ob.NWl 352-628-1277 Ga ngse I h e kals
trade (52) 795-0122 C ORe Db'0 TF pk osrc eskn Pnt be

'78 Super Beetle Elkto per. 7 of Colf w/Double
conv. runs well, $3500 $18,900obo. (352)D Damon signature,
or wIl co sie ade 634138;Q0o 795-205 H use of Co or paint,
JEEP flames on all sheet


Ete cAc nd599 JEEP a tl bas e tend
Unvo 995 tra adbou o
'00 OYOA Taoma (352) 629-7299 352-302-2815fo

$390 Pickup coldc A/C. dia- Ktrana 600, Lo


352-563-1518 Iv msg mond plate toolbox, miles. Incls. helmet &
'97 FORD F350 topper, $4,000. Jacket. Asking $3,500.
XLT pwl strk diesel. obo.352-621-3764 (352) 527-0679
Loaded. 5th wheel. SUZUKI '06
Apprs $15.500: sell Vans Boulevard, C50, mint
$8000. 352-503-7188 cond. Only 600 miles.
CHEVY 02 04' CHEVY Ccall Gary
Silverado, Red ,4 dr. EXPRESS EXT. VAN LS 352-563-5502
x-cab, auto. loaded 3/4 ton 60 V-8, tow VENTO PHANTOM
$5995 Wooten's pkg, doors ea. side & Scooter, 318 miles,
352-637-7117 rear. $11.600 150CC, Like new.
CONSINMEN USA (352) 795-2975 $2,190/obo.
AClean Safe Auto's CHRYSLER 352-422-2433
Financing Avail. '03 Town & Country YAMAHA
US19, Across Airport LXI, 75K. Mi. All power, '05 YZI25 DIRT BIKE
(352) 461-4518 1 Leather, rear air, new Race ready. Many
consignmentusa.org tires, 8 raks 80 2495. 5extms $800.32




Loaded every special 958-0404 DAILY CRN
feature, Sr. own, gar. Citru County Rest Management
kept., 27K mi, $40K PUBLIC NOTICE
invested Sale $21,750 IThe Citrus County Board of County Commissboners will
See online ad photos be selling surplus property & equipment via the Infernet
wlww.autotrader.comlat of govdeals.com from March 26. 2009- April 4, 2009.
carldlat-f3fd39f Published seven (7) days consecutively in the Citrus
John (352) 726-1076 County Chronilde March 2> thru April 4, 2009.


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SATURDAY, IV[A ,


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6 BR 25,0002 BROFIE
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Mlchele Rose PanaonRit.
"rEALTR 1091lnE352) 795-0784
"S11'mpbly Put- II. 422-7925
VII ork ardsVanDeboe
352-212-5097 r(14)/0wner
thorn@atlaritic.net ;:~~e all of the
Craven Realty, Inc. Insin Citrus
352-726-1515 Cut t
wwolant aton
P~cure Prfectrealtvinc.com


$75,000 On Your Lot irscm
Atkins~on
Construction
352-637-4138
Uc.# CBCO59685

VIC MCDONALD J
(352) 637-6200 -



BETTY MORTO'N
2.8%COMISIN



My Ow i Stsfied (352) 795-'1555
Cutm rs



Oetb~ ~ obsc~ IVsTORS NEDS
cond ,lo ation pIce, .

u DunneldY~d fniro d. ab[Nlae
... O ~-1372 -
3 BR, 2 BA. -6
Ouealn Lor ~,
(a, 76965 o With N'lose dG6Eance
549,t 0. ic u2me0432
POT ale ~o CitrUS
clTRONELLE 3 bed- oCu Land
room, 2 bath. Mini a
Farms 2.5 -Acres, 4.8 ACRES, $19,500
Trailer, water with 330x635, HOMES
softener, septic. As ONLY, HIGH AND .
1813- 9 085 8 RY, A7 05
Acres 2%l/, Zoned Ai
OWNER FINANCING Mini Farms, 1 bik off
4/2/office, 2.5 ac, main rd., $28,900. Obo
2005 DoublewEide Will pay closing cost.
ied ne. /2.sft 352-795-3701
or $27,700 down. HMSSA
$582/mo. 1.2 acres, fenc'd*
727-992-1372 W~, ,sd
bldgs. Deadend st.
ySumter out $44K,352-302-5775 .
P-HomeS UND WhLOPED LOT

OWNER Financing Lot!25 Blk 1706 Unit 23
Handyman, 2/2. 1981 $5000. 732-494-2127
Dbwd;~ 1/3 acre.
340K. be~lowi market CMe:
needs mostly cosmet- P


Trout nAe Inverhess .



4 Salle By Owner, on tF Land
Crystal Rlver 1 BR,
1BA, completely Beautiful l acre, 4
remodeled, heated miles from town.' Easy
comm. pool, wd firs. water access to all
$74.600. (352)563-5844 Hkeb no.( a oyss

Reduced from 114 K .(352) 419-5687
Beautiful Citrus Hills 4
Greenbriar II 2/2 end Airplanes
unit (no stairs) fully
furn. u ed 3/2 HUD Homel
hp ted communityl $225/mol 5% do\ n @
pool. (352) 527-2524 80-6698 X 50
Crystal River
The Islands, Tumn Key Watercraft
2/2 W/ airy sunroomn on
2n YYn r l

tlonalyn ell $1,900.
Brik A//2 Lfelpace (352) 795-9847
encsd sunrm & deck. : B ai
ft of Smokles, low txs BGS
& maint. $189,900
(865) 773-2232; 190 Triumph '02
CC; Low Hours. 4
Out of Town I stroke. 90 HP Honda.
Real Estate. Fsh~ Flnder, Bimini.
Trailer, $7:500
WILLTRADEa~ 3/ (352) 447-1212
home In Paris Tenn.
for a home In Inver-
ness.(352) 344-5877 -


Homes

31212 IA O S
3100 sq ft under r~oofa"* 'B

(REDUCED$49k)
(352) 341-5611 Show

3/212 .[1 on the
In\fernOSS, hlattil 085(
( ,
Must see I I Kings Bay
Bpe eLatkefrontw PlaZa
on LakeHedrsn U.S. Hwy, 19

clel oaku tenr Crybtal River
travertine counter' MARCH


dokbor Iak. 26-29

(3r 2~a 1M2 THURS.- SAT.
KelleR W fIams 9AM 6 $@
SUN.


FHORL U C TO 10AM 5PM
LOTS, ONE PRICEIII
Newly renovated.CHA.
Screened, in ground
pool. Dock, seawall.
S(352) 586 *9498
HOMOSASSA
3-story stilt..3/3. Next
to head spring. 163
wfrt, dock/slip. Brand
2new/unoccup ed. -
7 22l, rnie 579K

Inverness, FI.
Lake Henderson
312.512 on 12 a II

Home open water


tua Tlelos Sling Thel0 Fas
tops, dock, gazebo AS They C000 lin
$395,000
Must See II
1170 S. Esltate Pt.
Barb Malz
(352) 212-2439
Keller Williams
Realty


CIRSHILLS-Emerald BANK FOR LORE
Estates SUNDAY 12-4 6BR 215,or Ilsit
Soe tclr nome 8 0- T9783 x 571
ED~L Pdl cre. Citrus HlS
$50K for Qulck Sale to Homes
$319K. Built 2004
UPGRADES GALOREl CANTERBURY LAKE
352-464-1316 ESTATES 4bedroom,
To View: www. 2 bath. 2004 on small
1605wredding.com lake, community pool
and rvlboaat storage

(g~19, 52-ns 61~eP354
100% MORTGAGE By Owner, 3/2 2
LOAN12 x 24 solar he td
NO DWN Pool. On cut e-sa
PAYMENT F"Apt. Cl 290.
'Low Income appll- (3227-47
u;cants canquality y IR~ernOSS
FIRST TIME
HOMEBUYER'S UP To On Homes

Little or Np redit BRAND NEW
OK4Y For Sale,13/2 w/ alot

CAll TIM OR CANDY 35 Tge* 13
Preenijr gage Uc # CBSO59685
352-563-266pt Ioa INVERNESS, FL 3
866-785-3604 toll bedroom, 2 bath. Gar.
free age, New carpet,
*Credlt and Income Wood floors, Frig,
restriction apply* Dishwasher, Range,
Rlorida Ilcensed Microwave,
mortgage lender Washer/Dryer, Attic.
($99K)



island, $60K below

COMMOF~hiPurchase w/$13,7M00
Real. Estate dn. $1050 mo, or no
$$$ down w/620
2 Great Commercial credit.727-992-1372

$85/ o .erf ct fr Relyect
anysel b Usle Citrus.com
Plantation Realty



Ilsitngs 800-366-9783 ..
x5705
BANK FORECLOSURE
6 BR 25,000 2 BR
$10,000 for lisitngs BEYMRO
800-366-9783 x 5714 BETMOON

HTM RL IS 41E 2,8% COMMIlSSION
8CR 2lgv 28~e Ra ct
8K granta i2-tr5-wear
FOR SALE BY
ABSOLUTE (352) 795-1555
AUCTION
(Sold Regardless of rS RV
Price). M Homes
14 Ac'Sold in
.30Pa ies
FINANCING
GUARANTEED
20% DN *7% .
2 YR BALLOON
5A3 N SHiis d n d
MON MAtL 30 @l2PM
Auct~ionnesc BONNIE
PETERSON
Realtor, GRI



(352) 586-6921
or (352)795-9123 '




anaru Chaltn SO Dear
Lan/Hoe $50,InvS mNOW



B F2 LO RE AdUR 2 A 41

$'T31000 foi~re Iitg ca garage homes.
Land/reen built homes


SPECIAL at-26 (35)76-113

14M6 Ilnes$36.50 2.R bdoo2 bah,
(AllOC exra lltngs C'9age hms


livee inil home.



Sale orNE Lease.t orl
law IAL apt On Go at(5)21~
Core For etal BETu MORTON
all owaner


ReltSeWpllnect (352) 795-155
Citrusitcom
35 Homosassa

liva Home hoe
.(o 312+ ffleeHome
AlRmod W/frepac a pei
SomeL eo rse, on
Nol flodon $169000
4/3-1/Owner/Broker-

BosETT MORTO ne~ Bee 7 a
(32.8 COMMISSIO 813-503-8594 a O


C CitUS C~nif
le~t 0HomeS
meanesan OfieH


(352)2 795-1555




IBDRM 1W Bare ex
w/TT FlrlaRmO screen GRebnate
Cen.~ ~ ~~ Ht/Air, $5,50, byrI o ave $7,


7 W. Golden St not owned a home
(352) 527-0160 In 3 years. Call for
3/2 HUD Homel Phyllis trockland
$225/mol 5% down @p (352) 613-3503
8% apr. For Llstings Kellers WIIIlams Rlty
800-366-9783 X 5704
FOR SALE BY OWNER
88 SJ Kellner, Bev. Hills
2/2V2/2,,FP, OPEN
HOUSE on SUNDAYS
11A-3P $120K frm
(352) 746-6093


i3 HmeS
C stall Oks R r RI


iy Owner
Ptice Reduced Your SATSFACTION
Spit Plan. Pool home IIdfv littWelII
wlp atrpe back yard,
on c do ac, ove (352) 586-6921
In c hdition. Asking or (352)795-9123
.5170,000 Charote G Really
(352) 746-7088 & Investment Le :


CITRUS CoUlWT (FL) CPIRbNICLE


-IASSIFIEDS


014 28 2009


Mercy. &( trailer. $900
Outboalrd Engine
9.9 Evlnfude $400.
(352) 344-8278
AAA FLORIDA JUMBO
SHRIMP 13/15 ct
$6.00 lb Mon-Sat
Call (352) 628-9590
AIR BOAT
Blg 13 Ft, haul.
2 seats. Approxc.
37-0 ac d b ad
Used 100 his.+ Il.
$18,500 Invest. Seill
for $10,000 frm.
(352) 302-4535
AIRBOAT
1996; 15', 500cubic
Inch, Cadlillac engine
completely rebuilly
(352) 560-3019
AQUA SPORT '05
175 Osprey ,90hp
Yam, VHF, depth
w/swth blbi .isy
load trailer. Low ,
hours. $10,800/obo
352-860-0277 (
AQUA SPORT ~
190 Osprey, 2001
115 hp Johnson just
rebuilt 5 yr. war. Ready
to fish. RedueAM.
8f.50,gL.352-746-5856



BAYLINER .
'84 Hard top, 21', Volvo
power exc. cond. Ra-
dlo, GPS, Flsh finder,
Life reft, Sunbrella
canvas covers. Many
extrs prts. Al m.

1: 0.(32 76 222

.9 1' nud ablng

o Y52 i6 r6 2
CAPE HNORN
3.11 1- 8n vartes
C/C I, rc 9~ Hp
Qumroor W/frller
S4.375(352)634-4793
,CE TURY
*02, 150 ~aa2N1 a w/
dep dcu mtm coverile
gnew. 513,950.
(352) 442-7772
CRUISERS
YACHTS
3370 Esprit 1992
33' Twvin 454 gas,
beam 1'in0" armin

TV,stereo amlfm cd
player, microwave
oven, refrig,water
heater,and too
mouocnh lastRGood
:Great.
Serious Buyers call
352-577-4106
Ra. JUMBO SHRIMP


HURRICANE,
'01, Dekboat, 20(t.,
115H .i~rke Yamaha,
w/ trI $915,900. will
trade (352)503-3Tf8

23f ~`i'~~~ata~t te
Y.ah; Batr. dry dock'd
bI iado fls 5ft dr


10ft, Gamefisher, Die-
hard electric motor
$395. 937-346-4983
MAY CRAFT
F. 1 Ym Hs


elc,Prnm toabs rHF)
extras. Beige, deep V,
shallow draft, high free
board hull. Must sell

S(352) 569-5628

1994 -0 R CCb
; boat. 88 HP Evinrud,
Gormir. GPS/recoraer
Sd5CO 9.52-621-4711

r9 22n a0 hP 4
Witral~i Exc. cond.
560 )2-8150
PN0BOAT
08' 2(fil. TLmany
options to Ilst. 513,000
call for info. 628-7926

1996 :18 ft. 40HP
Yamaha, 4 stroke,
$8,5600
(352) 860 1490
PONTOON
Sylvah 20' Yamaha TSO
TLRC Enginq Like New
40~hrs. Playpen Cover
port-gottoy, extras
$12,000 (352)
628;028t
PROLINE
.03 32ft cetiter
consolelbunk under,
twin OB.160 hrs. Ilke
new, loaded, Incl trir.
rnair consider newer
as:"Kaf,~ s0 3 ~t
PRO LINE
W/CUTny
`95, 20' 120 HP
Mercy. Dp/find.
naio futi rig g

$ ~o. O Pete @
(352) 4(9

.S Il 1 96~1/2
boat. 11RP. OMC



352-563-5515.


m wl~k
$7750 352-489-3661
TRACKER


2002. 17FT,95HP;4
stroke Mercury.
$5,000 (352) 637-2638
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815,998


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800-584-8755 ext. 8139 800-584-8755 ext. 4150

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