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Title: Citrus County chronicle
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Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
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Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
Publication Date: March 29, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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A year ago Citrus County
Commissioner Gary Bartell
cast the lone no vote in the
decision to hire AJnthony
Schembri as county ad minis- .
trator.
His reason was simple:
Nothing against Schembri,
but the man had never
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didn't realize~the importance
of that,"! Chairman John
Thrumston said. "If adepart-
ment director is telling the
administrator something, he
needs to kn~ow enough about
it to know if it's actually the
way it is."
:Indiscussing howto adver-
tise for a new administrator,
commissioners said" only
those with direct experience
in the top levels of, city or
county government in
Florida would be considered.
Commissioners said they do
not want to spend time train-
ing an administrator about
Florida growth management
or Sunshine laws.


used to working with a board
of commissioners or a city
council."
All five~commissioners said
they hope the new adiminis-
t~rator is a dynamiic person
who: c'a thnotivrate the staff
with innovative thinking.
Schembr~i did that, they
agree. But despite his high-
profile experience as New
York. City- corrections c iom-
missioner and secretary of
the: Florida Department of
Juvenile Justice, Schembri's
lack of knowlledge of county
government~ was glaring.
"When : Commissioner .
Bartell talked about local
government experience. I


Just as important,
they said, is the suc-
cessful 'candidate
should have experi-
ence in overseeing
government during a
state of economic de-
cline and knows
about reorganizing .Anti
agencies to save Sche
money. ousted
"I want somebody admis
who is aware with the
situation all of us are facing,"
Bairtell said.
Commissioner Joe M~eek
said the new administrator
should be well rounded.
"Someone with local gov-
ernment experience, exten-


sive knowledge in
grSowthi management
and budgets, and who
has performed these
type tasks," Meek
said. "Someone who
has a progressive way
of thinking, who has
hony done these things'and
ambrl been through it."
cony Commissi one~r
;itrator. Winn Webb said com-
missioners can learn
Splentyr from the Schembri ex-
perience -what they like and
ilhat they want t~o avoid.
"I want somebody wcho un
derstands how government
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government.
A year later com missioners
are search ing for another ad-
miniistrator. This time.
Bartell's, colleagues have
caught on;
,"I'm' looking for someone
.just a little different," Com-
missioner Dennis' Damato
said. "It should be someone
with ~local-tyrpe government
experience, Someone who's
been an administrator,
deputy administrator or city
manager. Someone who's


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Melanie Marsh with her husband David and son Matthew at the Floral City home.


Before she found the lump.
Before the cancer, the chemother-
apy: the radiation.
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cover Melaniie Marsh's head elicit
constant compliments.
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Her struggle w~ith breast cancer
was terrifying. overwhelming and
painful. Melanie hopes her experi-
ence will help bring awareness to
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Five physicians who' praic-
tice medicine in Citrus
Cou nty spoke th is week about
their concerns for the way
:Citrus Memorial Health Sysp :
tem is being operated.
"~It's fail-
mng said Dr.
Wi g' Iiam
Dixon, a gen-
!ieral surgeon
of Inverness.
"It's relying
on the mill-
age rate to
.make up for Dr. William
:losses. We Dixon
need the hos- said Citrus
pital to be Memorial hos-
state of the pital is "failing."
art."
Dixon said the hospital was
not: keeping pace with tech-
nology in such areas as re-
mote systems, laparoscopy
and microsurgeryv, but said
.his examples would be aner-
d'otal. But he said patient
care had gone down, as had
employee morale..
Dixon w~as joined by Dr.
Christopher Mark Faallows,
'Dr. Paresh Desai, Dr. Gustavo
Fonseca and Dr. ES.
Bikkasani to present their
views to the Chronicle Edito-
Srial Board, following report
in the March 22 edition that
their petition to state Sen.
Charles Dean, R-Inverness,
had resulted in his request
for an audit.
. Although Dixon said pa-
tient care and employee
morale had declined at the
hospital, Fonseca said he did
Snot think medical quality had
deteri6rated. -
He produced figures
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The Florida Department of
Elder Affairs is currently re-
cruiting volunteers for its
award-winning SHINE (Serv-
ing Health Insurance Need's
of Elders) Program.
SHINE is a Medicare and
: health insurance informa-
-r tion, counseling and assis-
tance program that reflects
its commitment to put elders
first, by empowering then to
make informed decisions on
- health care issues.
"ti Currently, there a
than 400 dedicate
;c:. -~: volunteers statewide w
provide
services to To inquire`
-; I~elders about
their fami-
lies and VOlUnte0f
caregivers. Opportunities
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number of Or request:
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the need 963-5337.
BRIAN LaPETER/Chronicle for VOlull-
rvette coupe on Saturday during the Corvettes teers increases too. SHINE
Club hosted the event at Crystal Chevrolet. volunteers have the opportui-
nity to perform a variety of
functions including provid-
ing information, counseling

d w i h t eft community; distributing ma-
terials at health fairs, senior
old deputies that Deputies arranged to meet fairs and outreach events;
iod of two years, Belden Friday afternoon at and assisting with general
taken false cash the Shell convenience store program support. Volunteer
merchandise to- on State Road 44 in Inver- assignments are matched to
.19. ness. Belden was advised of the skills and interests of
e owner con- his Miranda rights arid ad- each volunteer.
lden about the mitted to the theft, according SHINE supports its volun-
relden ,was re- to the report~ teers with a statewide net-
ave admitted to Because of his coopera- work of paid staff and
Sto have signed a tion, Belden was released on volunteer coordinators. The
f lecting the theft. his own recognizance. Department of Elder Af fairs
provides training and techni-
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ceive local mentoring and
~' ~' ~''._ ':' supportot from the area agen-
n:~~E;~cies on aging.
~~? ~j~:~Reqluirements to become a
:'iSHINE volunteer include an
interest in working with the
senior population, competent
computer skills, and the abil-
ity to use the Internet. Volun-
jteers are also asked to attend
professional training and up-
date meetings.
The rewards for volunteer
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the program's inception in
*shi 1993, SHINE volunteers have
.. assisted nearly a million eld-
Associated Pres e BS and their caregivers. In
Dustin Pedroia dives but can't make the play on addition to saving elders mil-
;tin Morneau Saturday in the first inning of their lions of dollars, they have
ort Myers. brought peace of mind to
people who have had diffi-
peri - -- culty understanding their
-- health insurance options.
.~~~ requestt SHINE services
) luire about volunteer
C tunities with SHINE,
00) 963-5337.
c-- general information
SHINE, contact:
la Departm'ent of Elder
* *r -- s, SHINE Program,
* Esplanade Way, Suite
S 'allahassee, FL 34399-
- (850) 414-2000;
1oridashine.org.


According to a report from
the Citrus County Sheriff's
Office, Belden made false
merchandise returns to his
employer during a period of
time.
On Wednesday, the sher-
iff's office received a report
of organized fraud at the
Honda dealership at 1917
N.W U.S. 19, Crystal River.


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An Inverness man was
charged Friday with stealing
$9,359.19 from his employer,
Honda of Crystal River,
Daniel Marino Belden, 26,
8763 E. Gulf to Lake Highway,
Inverness, was charged at 3:03
p~m. Friday with scheme to de-
fraud,1less than $20,0b0, a felony


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Donations sought
for returning VeteranS
Barbara Mills, who presents welcome
home baskets to returning Gulf War veter-
ans, is asking for donations from the comm -
nity.
On Tuesday, Mills will be driving to Tampa
to visit Chief Warrant Officer Romulo Ca-
margo, who was shot multiple times Septem-
ber 2008 in Afghanistan.
Camargo, a 13-year veteran who grew up
in Crystal River, is paralyzed and recovering
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juvenile citations for criminal tres-
pass. Kuck's bond was set at
$7,000.
SJason Richard Sprague, 21,
7085 N. Nature Trail, Hemando, at
1:53 p.m. Thursday on a charge of
possession of marijuana. Bond
$500.
SJohn Edward Jenkins, 38,
417. Landing Blvd., Invemess, at


of probation in reference to original
felony charges of driving with a
suspended/revoked license. No
bond.
Ri John Merrill Naber Jr., 39,
5519 W. Houston St., Dunnellon,

Cont wa uat hrg aC wihs
holding information from, a practi-
tioner in reference to obtaining a
controlled substance from another
practitioner. Bond $2,000.
SJason Michael Kostman,
20, 9615 W. Pimpemell Terrace,
Crystal River, at 10:42 p.m. Thurs-
day, was issued a misdemeanor
citation with a mandatory court ap-
pearance on April 16 for posses-
sion of cannabis, less than 20
grams.
MDustin Patrick ~Molloy, 18,
39 S. Adams St., Beverly Hills, at
12:50 a.m. Friday for a felony
charge of throwing a deadly mis-
sile into a dwelling, driving under
the influence and misdemeanor


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mb t where he was a count-

pope sno 'five people,"
Webb said he believes com-
missioners now agree that
the new administrator must
know his or her way around
the halls of local government.
"If we didn't believe it be-
fore," Webb said, "after what
we just went through, you
have to give Commissioner
Bartell's 'concerns some
weight."


Citrus County
Sheriff's Office
Domestic battery ar-

M Bonnie Lyn Cyr, 41, Citnrus
Springs, address not listed, at
10:51 p.m. March 22, on a charge
of domestic battery. Reports said
she kicked a man in the lower back
during an argument. No bond.

46 9N MitJhu ho nes At 0
Crystal River, at 10:58 p.m. March
21, on a charge of domestic bat-
tery. Reports said a witness saw
Messer pus a woman during an


CiMBs Srn~gs ad mss nt lst d
at 1:54 a.m. Wednesday on a
charge of domestic battery. Re-
ports said he grabbed a woman by
both arms and tried to choke her
during an argument. No bond.
Other arrests
MJohn R. Kuck, 18, 2021 NW
13th Ave., Crystal River, at 7:34
p.m. March 20, on charges of bur-
glary of a residence and grand
theft. Reports said Kuck and three
teenage boys burglarized a home
where Kuck and a 17-year-old boy
stole a fishing reel and fishing
spear head. The 17-year-old, who
lives in Crystal River, also was ar-
rested on the same charges. Two
boys, ages 16 and 15, were issued



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works here," Webb said.
"'They're not the person in
charge. They answer to the
board."
Damato, who recruited
Schembri to apply for the job
last year, said that's probably
the ~biggest difference be-
tween Schembri's leadership
and the next administrator:
understanding his or her
role.


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slow down.
"You have to throw your
pride out the window,"
Melanie said.

man

Melanie had wigs to wear
when she lost her hair, but
mostly, she wore a bandana
and pink baseball hat.
"I just felt like I needed a
wig in case I freaked out and
couldn't leave the house
without hair," Melanie said.
When her hair began grow-
ing back, the scarves, hats
and wigs became painful, so
a few times she went bald.
During the cancer treat-
ments, doc-
tors started RELA'
'Melanie on LIFE E
steroids. Once
the chemo Inverness: I
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Melanie's experience ended
up making the fight more dif-
ficult.
"People would come up to
me and say, 'Oh, my aunt died
of cancer,' Melanie said.
Others would ask, "How
are you feeling?" rather than
"how are-you-doing?"
- What I hear is How ar~e
you feeling since you had
cancer?"
It reminded her that she
was sick. That nothing is nor-
mal anymore.
Life became all about
Melanie having cancer. She
was the one with the scarf
and baseball hat. She was the
cancer girl at the courthouse.
.Melanie was an honorary
chairperson at Inverness


Relay for Life last year.
In her speech to the crowd,
which included survivors,
she mentioned both the
thoughtless comments peo-
ple make and the way people
treat you differently.
Afterward survivors came
to thank Melanie for address-
ing things they had been feel-
ing.
aaa .

The date of the Inverness
Relay for Life will mark the
two-year anniversary since
Melanie found the lump in her
breast
This is also the second year


mother-in-law and grandfa-
ther have died.
Melanie turned 40 last week
Tuesday is Melanie and
David's 20th wedding anniver-
sary.
Next month she is sched-
uled for her annual mammo-
gram. She's terrified.
"Anything to dowith doctors
she dreads," David said.
While the past two scans of
her body hiairen't detected any-
cancer cells, Melanie is re-
luctant to say she's in remis-
sion. She worries it will jinx
her.
"Because of my age I'm
more likely to get it again,"
Melanie said. "It's all a num-
bers game."
Basically, older people are
more likely to get cancer than
younger people. Also, people
who have had cancer are
more likely to get it again.
Now Melanie gets yearly
mammograms, as .well as
blood tests to check for signs
of tumors. She takes an anti-
estrogen drug, which should
also help decrease her
chances of getting cancer
again she'll take that for
five years.
The chemotherapy and ra-
diation caused Melanie to go
through menopause early.
Talking about what she
went through, and continues
to go through is difficult.
About six months ago
Melanie said she would have
not consented to an interview
with a reporter to tell the
story of her struggle to the
community.
She feels like she's waiting
for the other shoe to drop.
When is the cancer coming
back? When will I have to do
thihatgain?-.. _
-`Melatnie hopes wha~t hap-
pened to her will help some-
one.
She knows women that
have gotten mammograms
after learning about what
she's been through.
She has hope they'll find a
cure.
"We have to find a cure,"
Melanie said, "before this
comes back again."


computer with thick head-
phones so she could listen to
music, play games and try
her best to forget where she
was. -
Needing to work fulltime,
Melanie scheduled her
chemotherapy treatments
every other Wednesday.
Thursday she felt shaky
and fluttery, but could .still
work. She also needed to
make a second trip to the
doctor's office Thursday fo~r a
shot to boost her white blood
cell count.
The full effects of the
chemo didn't usually hit her
until Friday- and weekends
were spent weak and recoy-
ering. It was like having the
world's worst case of the flu.
Melanie said she felt like
she was an 80-year-old
woman.
"I didn't move unless I had
to," Melanie said.
David and son, Matthew
helped her through the tough
weekends.
Matthew, who is now in the
fifth grade: would cover his
mom with a blanket on the
couch and ask if she needed
anything. He was compas-
sionate and thoughtful.
The Marshes got together
with family members every
Friday night to play cards.
Waiting to keep things as
rior~mal as- possible fo~r
Melanie, David moved a re-
cliner from the living room to
the kitchen so she could still
be apart of the traditional
game if not by playing, just
by being there.
Friends also helped. They
brought dinner on Saturday
nights and offered -encour-
agement like the Pink ~Wave
on Thursday.
.The Pink Wave was the day
Clerk of Courts employees, as
well as other government
workers at the Citrus County
Courthouse wore their pink
employee shirts in support of
breast cancer awareness and
Melanie's struggle.
"It was just~fabulous the
kind: -pf support~ .I got,"
Melanie said.


After chemotherapy came
radiation, which Melanie felt
was much tougher
"In my mind I had cancer
every two weeks. With radia-
tion I had it every day,
Melanie said.
Radiation was adminis-
tered five days a week for 35
treatments.
Not only was the treatment
painful, but it left a sun-
burned square on her chest
for about a year



There were times when
Melanie felt like a burden to
her family and friends.
She was afraid if she relied
on any one person too much
they'would get fed up and
leave.
As a result she didn't open
up much. She kept a lot to
herself. ,
"I was a basket case,
Melanie said.
What she desperately
wanted was to find a woman
her own age in the area who
had been through what she
was going through. That
never happened.
Instead one of her doctors
provided the help of a psy-
chologist in his office to help
Melamie sort through' her
feelings.
What she learned was to
trust in her husband David
more and to be confident
their relationship was strong
enough. 1
"LWe are closer now than
we've ever. been before,"
David said. <
Melamie has always been
independent. From home fix-
it projects to resolving prob-
lems at work, she was used to
being able to do everything.
She tried to not allow cancer
to change that.
"I was stubborn and was
determined that I was going
to be super woman," Melanie
said. "I was going to do every-
thing."
Eventually, Melanie
learned she had-limits. She
needed help. She needed to


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become in-
volved with
the Citrus
branch of the
American
Cancer Soci-
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Thousands
of people will
participate in
the three Re-
lays for Life.
The first is
April 3, at Cit-
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School, Inver-
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is April 24, at
Crystal River
High School.
The final


event is May 1, at Lecanto High
School.
SLast year, the relay events
raised about $200,000 to sup-
port cancer research, as well
as local programs that support ..
people who have cancer.
libr18 hours, volunteers and
cancer survivors walk around
the tracks at thet.igirschool. -
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.about the journeyyou've made
and that you're there to make
this journey," Melanie said.

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finding a cure and detecting
cancer early.
"I'm in this terrible club,"
Melanie said. "I'd like to
close off membership. I don't
want anyone else to join."



Melanie, her husband
David and son Matthew
moved to Citrus County from
Arizona in 2001. Her parents
live next door and her grand-
mother lives down the road.
Melanie is supervisor of
the phone bank at the Clerk
of Courts office.
David works in the bio
medical office at Citrus Me-
morial.
"It was just a random
thing," Melanie said. "I'd
never been good at self
checks "
The lump was about the
size of the pea.
Melanie had just lost about
20 pounds and figures that's
why she didn't notice it be-
fore
A doctor told her breast
cancer wasn't likely because
of her age, but that wouldn't
rule it .out. It was recom-
mended she have the lump
removed and tested immedi-
ately.
"That was a really long ride
home Melanie said about
leaving the medical office
that day.
The doctor estimated the
lump had' been' growing for
about seven or eight years.
Learning this stopped
Melanie cold.
About eight y~ea~rs]Yr-~iioshe
had a cyst in the same breast
she found the lump in. The
cyst had been drained and a
follow up appointment was
scheduled but Melanie
missed the appointment. She
~had just learned she was
pregnant and life got busy.
Melanie has no family his-
tory of breast cancer
A lumpectomy was sched-
uled less than -two weeks
after Melanie's doctor visit at
Citrus M 1rilh stal
When se r okeou after
surgery David told her the
news that changed her life.
The luinp was cancerous.


SMelanie has never besi
the.kind of person who re-
members the specific dates
of events.
Cancer changed that.
Melanie` rattles of the dates
effortlessly.
Her mammogram was
April 26, 2007.
The first surgery was May

On May 3, she had her sec-
ond surgery. That was when
doctors learned the cancer
had spread to her lymph
nodes.



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Melanie was terrified.
She heard moans coming
from other roomS.
She saw people deathly ill.
In her head she screamed
to herself that she wasn't` one
of these sick people.
To help her cope with the
treatments and to block out
what went on around her she
started bringing a laptop


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working the highways and ve-
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Florida State Trooper. He
was highly respected by his
peers and a well-rounded ex-
ceptional man. His years in
retirement were spent as a
boat Captain and assisting
his late wife Christine as the
managers of the Crows Nest
Restaurant. E A. loved the
water, cowboy movies and the
Homosassa River. When' not
visiting his high school sweet-
heart Lois Hadad in Califor-
nia he could be found in the
afternoons sitting on the
docks at MacRae's watching
the boaters and fisherman re-
turn from a day on the river.
E A. was a member of the
Elks and a volunteer at the
Homosassa Spririgs Wildlife
State Park. His wife Christine
Collett-Tucker preceded him
in death. He is survived by
his sister Margie Provau; son
Tojny Tucker; daughter Mgrla
C~hancey; 2 grandchildren,
Shannon Ochoa and Jessica
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and finished his government
service as a member of the
E.A.A. He moved to Inver-
ness, FL from Clearwater 22
years ago. His hobbies mn-
cluded traveling, golf and
teaching computer. Mr. Zon-
timi was a member of the Air
Force Pararescue Associa-
tion and was Catholic by
faith. Survivors include his
wife, Catherine Zontini of In-
verness, FL, son, Robert S.
Zontini and his wife, Tamara,
and 2 grandsons, Nikolas and
Anthony, all of Boca Raton,
FL and sister and brother-in-
law, Mary and David Murray
of Canton, OH, also several
nieces and -nephews.. Serv-
ices for Mr. Zontini will be
held 9:00 AM, Friday, May 22,
2009 at Arlimgton National
Cemetery, Admigton, VA. The
family requests expressions
of sympathy take the form of
memorial donations to Hos-
pice of Citrus County, EO. Box
641270, Beverly Hills, FL
34464.. Onhine condolences
may be sent to the family at
www. HooIjernuneralHome. c
om. Arrangements are by the
Inverness Chapel of Hooper
Flmeral Homies.


Cemetery, Arcadia, Fl,
Wednesday April 1st' at 2:00
SEIM. Condolences and flowers
can be sent to Wilder FLmneral
Home, 4890 S.Suncoast Blvd.,
Homosassa, FL 34446
"Daddy, you will be missed
Trhe Family.
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Robert
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INVERNESS

Mr. Robert L. Zontini, age
71 of Inverness, FL, died .Fri-
day, February 13, 2009 in In-
verness, FL. He was born
February 15, 1937 in
Whitesville, WV: son of the
late Rusty and Emma (Hick-
man) Zontini. He retired as a
Master Sdrgeant with the
United States Army, where
he served from 1953 to mid
sixties. Following his military
career, Robert continued to
serve his country in several
government roles. He re-
mained in the Army Re-
serves, worked for NASA on


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'Jennife~r Marie Cochran, age
33 of Inverness, died on Sun-
day, March 22,2j009 attheIHos-
pice Care Unit at Citrus
Memorial Hospital. Jennifer
was born in Redbank, New
Jersey on February 21, 1976
and moved here 25 years ago
from Mliddletown, NJ. She for-
merly was. employed with
B&W Drugs in Inverness and
was currently the owner and
operator of her produce stand
by the Inver-
ness Fair-
grounds .
Jennifer is
survived by
her husband*
~ ~Thomas A
Cochran, Jr.-
her son
Jennifeir Thomas A.
Cochran1 Cochr~an, III
and daughter, Emily Mae
Cochrailboth oflnverness; her
parents, Carmen and Colleen
Agrifolio both of Inverness;
two brothers, Vincent & his
wife, Kayla Agrifolio & Joseph
Agrifolio both of Inverness,
Great Uncle and Aunt,
Thomas and Charlotte
LaManna, Inverness and
many other aunts, uncles,
cousins and friends. A cele-
bration of life memorial serv-
ice will be held on Wednesday,
.April 1, 2009 at 3:00 EM. from
the Chas. E. Davis Flmeral
Home of Inverness. There will
be no viewing hours. In lieu of
flowers, memorials will~ be
gratefully accepted by the fam-
ily to off-set final expenses.
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Michelle L.
Peterson, 29
DUN NELLON
1Wichelle L. Peterson, 29 of
1)lunnellon, died 011 Thurs-
dayr, Ma1!rch 26, 2009 in Her-
natido, Flo4rida. She wa8 bdrn


in Louisvlle. Kentuccy on
July 16, 1979 to Terry L. and
Diana Jill (Tay~lor) Thomas.
She moved to this area from
Louisville, Kentucky 20 years
ago. Michelle was an elemen-
tary school teacher and was
of the Methodist faith.
Michelle was a graduate of
Duntlellon High School,
where she was very involved
in school activities and grad-
uated from Saint Leo Univer-
sity in O~cala, Florida with
her Bachelor's Degree.
Preceded in death by her
maternal grandparents,
Armion and Ann Taylor.
She is survived by her first
love, her son, Dyla'n; he'r par-
ents, Terry and Jill Thomas of
Dunnellon; twin brother,
Mlichael Thomas of Ocala; 'sis-
ter, Karrie Thomas and her son,
Jacob Ruark of Dunnellon and
sister, Amy Thomas of Dunnel-
lon; pattern grandparents,
David and Barbara Thomas of
Louisville, Kentuckry and many
attrits, uncles and cousins of
Louisville, Kentucky,
Visitation will take place at
Fero Flmeral Home on M~on-
day, March 30, 20049 from 2:00
PM to 3:00 PM with a Chapel
Service at 3:30 PM. Interment
will follow at Fero Memorial
Gardens Cemetery in Beverly
Hills, Flor~ida.
Arrangements under the di-
rection of Fero Flmeral Home.
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Pauline Shipman of Santa
Rosa Beach, Florida, passed .
away on March 18, 2009. She
was born on January 30, 1932,
in Tarpon Springs, Florida, to
o pes n~and e moeUtlm
her life in 'Iampa and Ho-
mosassa, Florida. She gradu-
atect from Hillsborough High
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Comparing the hospitals in surround-
Sing counties for such measures as case
mix index, which indicates measuring
the amount of care a patient would
need because of the number of med-
ical issues involved in the case. Citrus
Memorial was ranked in the middle of
seven hospitals, with Leesburg Re-
gional Medical Center shown as the
top for handling complicated cases
and Spring Hill Regional at the bot-
tom.
However, Fonseca said, it took Citrus
Memorial longer to get its billing out
than the other hospitals.
He also said CMHS was serving
about the same proportion of indigent,
non-paying patients as other hospitals.
"Brooksville Regional made more
profit and received less tax," Fonseca
said, although CMIHS had more em-
ployees, 715 compared to Brooksville's
499.
Dixon said that most of the indigent
care took place in the emergency
room, and questioned the cost of about
$550 to treat a person without insur-
ance who might require only about
S$12.50-worth of medication and mate-
rials.
"I'm talking about cost accounting,"
Dixon said. "What did it actually cost?
Whether the patient came in for treat-,
-ment or not, the staff and materials
were going to be there."
~Desai said he was concerned about
-the financial accountability of CMHS
as it has the use of up to three mills of
ad valorem property taxes.
"We have been asking where this
money has been going," Desai said. "It
Sis a public asset controlled by a private
-corporation and we can't get the num-
bers."
c Fallows said the term foundation for
-the private company that operates the
hospital is a misnomer.
*"We don't have the answers to our
c questions about how the hospital is
run because we can't get enough infor-
-mation," Fallows said. "They don't re-
*spond to our requests."
CMHS is a public hospital with a
five-member hospital board represent-


ing the residents of the county. It is op-
erated by the 13-member Citrus Me-
morial Health Foundation Inc. Citrus
Memorial Health Foundation is a tax-
exempt organization under Section 501
@ (3) of the Internal Revenue Code, ac-
cording to the hospital's Web site.
Fallows said the physicians did not
ask Dean to request a state audit of the
foundation.
Dixon agreed that an audit might be
of little use.
"All1 it's going to do is throw a light on
it," Dixon said. "Or ilt could recom-
mend that it spend m'bre on indigent
care."
"We would like to have a proper cost
accounting," Fonseca said. "We are not
here to destroy the hospital."
S"We would like to stop it heading in
the direction it is going," Fallows said.
.The physicians raised concern about
the number of years some foundation
members have been serving and
whether they have developed conflicts
of interest.
"The construction of the entire heart
wing," Fallows asked, "did it go
through the proper bidding process?"
Dixon said that the hospital's busi-
ness model for quite somhe time has
been horizontal, developing clinics
and services away from the hospital
campus, and he wondered how that
was working.
Fallows said the physicians wanted
reassurance fromr the hospital founda-
tion.
"Show us that you're making money
at what you are doing," Fallows said.
Bikkasani said physicians were
helping with costs by trying to keep
outpatients out of hospitals, rather
than trying to compete with hospitals.
"We can do the most minor proce-


dures rather than the hospitals,"
Bikkasani said. "It's a national phe-
nomenon and saves the government
millions. This is a trend, and the foun-
dation is going against the grain. The
doctors are not entrepreneurs."
Fonseca concurred that the physi-
cians were not in a turf war with the
hospital.
What is the issue is the business
model for the hospital, Bikkasani said.
"We have got to stop the bleeding,"
he said about the hospital's financial
losses. "Focus on the hospital for acute
cases. Good things have happened
'there."
Bikkasani said that attitude, think-
ing and ideas were the problem.
Fons~eca said he was hoping the
physicians could get some information
through the audit.
"It's a question of its whole gover-
nance," he said. "Why is a private cor-
poration there? It has no oversight
fr~om the public."
The foundation was created in 1987.
"It was done with the best of inten-
tions," Dixon said.
"But it became a monster," Fonseca
said.
He told how physicians'had nothbeen
aware of the working of the foundation
for many years, but then they began to
wonder when they started reading its
financial reports.
"Admissions were going up, but they
were losing money," Desai said.
"Where is thel money going?"
They physicians said all they want is
more public oversight about how the
hospital is operated.
"We want to bring it to the public's
attention to put pressure on the foun-
dation," Dixon said. "We get rebuffed
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ness" throughout SPONTANIEOIIs
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Frank Savino, Hernando, went to New Zealand's South Island to fly fish for trout. In
the background is the Oreti Valley. He is holding a 7.5-pound brown trout he caught
on the upper Oreti River. The trout was photographed and released, as were all the
fish he caught during the three weeks he visited friends and fished in New Zealand.


;rande, an amphitheater fr sp sand sacrncern
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area's antiquities
began as a local
guide took us to
Quenko Grande,
an amphitheatre
that was probably
"in play" five hun-
dred years ago.
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surrounded by
carefully hewn
stones averaging 5
feet by 5 feet ~by 5
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re served' as bound:-
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ously, stadium seating for
spectators of the ancient
sports played there.
Upon closer examination,
these stones were:metggu-
lously placed by skilled
stone-setters ofthe day, using
techniques found only in the
Andes. The space between
the huge stones was less than
paper. thickness.. We were
told about the ;close toler-
aricks but had~to test thpm for
ourselves yep! no paper
could pass between, amazing,

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dates on the print.
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and U.S. 41 North. All former
Marines are welcome. Call Tom
=eo a 3 -2724 or Joe Spoto'
I Fleet Reserve Associa-:
tion, Branch 186 will meet at 3
p.m. the third Thursday monthly
at the DAV Building, indeperid-
ence Highway and U.S. 41
North, Inverness. Call Bob
Huscher, secretary, at 344-0727.
I Herbert Surber American
Legion Post 225 meets the third'
Thursday monthly at the Florpl
City VFW Post 7122, call to
order 7:30 p.m. The membership
invites all eligible veterans to
come and join us as we plan for
the future of our Post.
I The Herbert Surber Ameri-
can Legion Auxiliary Unit 225:.
meets at 7:30 p.m. the third
Thursday monthly at the Floral-'
City VFW Post 7122 on1:1 S 41,
Floral City. Contact Marcia Gal
lagher, membership chair-
woman, at 860-16?9. This newly
re-chartered unit welcomes new I
members to be a part of tite 'aid-~"
complishments and projects in
the American Legion Auxiliary.
A The Beverly Hills Memo-
rial American Legion Post 237
is seeking eligible veterans and
sons as members. Visit or phone
the post home at 4077 N.
Lecanto Highway, in the Beverly
Plaza, 746-5018. Transferring
members are always welcome.
I Landing Ship Dock (LSD)
Sailors meet at Denny's in Crys-
tal River at 2 p.m. the follrth
Thursday monthly. Call Jimmie at
621-0617.
a Marine Corps League, Cit-
rus County Detachment 819
will meet at 7 p.m. the last Thurs-
day monthly at VFW Post 10087
in Beverly Hills. Call Comman-
dant Robert Deck at 527-1557.
W VFW Post 4252 and
Ladies Auxiliary.
All eligible persons are invited
to join. Stop in at the post or call
for information. Post 4252 is at
3190 N. Carl G. Rose 'Highway,
State Road 200, Hemnando;
phone 726-3339. Send e-mails
to vfw4252@tampabay.rr.com.
I Aaron A. Weaver Cha ter
776 Military Order of the P~ur-
ple Heart (MOPH) meets bi-
monthly at 1:15 p.m. on the third
Tuesday of January, iMarch, May,
July, Septemnber pnd Ng fber
Ctthet Citu Con a~Psr
Knighton Court, Lecanto ivest
side of County Road 491 approx-
imately 1 mile north of C.R. 486).
All combat wounded veterans
and lineal descendants of Purple
Heart recipients are invited to at-
tend a meeting. Life member-
ships for combat wounded
veterans and lineal descendants
of Purple Heart recipients are
$50. There are no chapter dues

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I American Legion Post 155
events for the week of March 29

to da :Breakfast 8:30 to 11
a.m., $5. Dart toumament 6 p.m.
Tuesday: Lunch 11 a.m. to 3
p.m. Bingo 1 to 4 p.m.
Wednesday: Chicken "hot .
wings" noon to 3 p.m. Italian din-
ner night 5 to 7 p.m. $5 with live
music 6 to 10 p.m-
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p.m. Bingo 1 to 4 p.m. Show Me
the Money 5 p.m. Friday: SAL
dinner.5 to 7 p.m., $6. Live music
. 6 to 10 p.m.
Saturday Pool to mmnt 2
p.m.
Call Cmdr. Jim Woodman at
79546526 or visit
www.postl 55.org.-
SDumas-Hartson VFW Post
8189, west on Veterans Drive in
Homosassa across from~ Harley
Davidsonn depalership announce~


and free to charitable organizations
by calling Richard Floyd at 726-5031
between 5 and 7 p.m. Monday
through Friday. Reserved spaces not
occupied by 7 a.m. on yard sale day
will be sold on a first come first
served basis to those vendors who do
not have prepaid registration.
All proceeds go toward the CCVC
veterans educational programs, the
Veteran's Food Bank and assisting
needy veterans and their families
such as assisting wheelchair patients
with entry ramps where needed.
With the economy being what it is
today the numbers of needy veteran
families is increasing. The Citrus
County Veterans Coalition's philoso-
phy is "Veterans Helping Veterans."


Special to the Chronticle
The Citrus County Veterans Coali-
tion monthly yard sale is back in busi-
ness from 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday,
at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic
Church, 550 U.S. 41 South in Inver-
ness.
The Coalition will also accept do-
nations of non perishable food prod-
ucts and. donations in the change
bank parking meter ~at the entrance
to the yard sale to supplement the
purchase of food. The food bank is
currently assisting about 200 Citrys
County veterans and their families
who are in need.
You can also bring your used flagsr
for proper disposal and pick up a


new USA-made American Flag with
extendable poles to replace your old
one, on sale at the Coalition registra-
tion tent.
The Veterans Benefit Yard.Sale is
scheduled for the first Saturday of
the month through May and has
grown to 120 booths offering treas-
ures and collectables of all descrip-
tions. Plenty of activities are
available throughout the sale with
food vendors on site, restroom facili-
ties, plenty of free parking and a play
area for the children while mom and
dad shop. There will also be a benefit
50/50/ drawing at noon,
Booths are available by reservation
for a tax deductible donation $10 per
space, $5 for veterans' organizations


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~'all Seabees and Honeybees to
its monthly meeting at 11:30 a.m.
the third Tuesday monthly at
Crystal Paradise Restaurant in
Crystal River.
Luncheons will be at 1 p.m.
April 14 at Margarita Grill in Ho-
mosassa and at 1 p,m. May 12
at The Supper Club in Crystal
River.
I Gilley-Long-Osteen VFW
Post 8698, 520 State Road 40
East, Inglis (352) 447-3495.
Men's meeting is at 7:30 p.m.
the third Wednesday monthly.
Ladies Auxiliary meets at 5
p.m. the third Wednesday
monthly.
Men's Auxiliary meets at 7
p.m. the second Monday
monthly.
House Committee meets at 6
p.m. the third Wednesday
monthly.
Gilley-Long-Qsteen VFW Post
8698 members, Men's and
Ladies Auxiliaries would like to
.honor our young patriots and ac-
tive.duty military personnel with a
kree chicken barbecue from noon
to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 25, at
VFW Post 8698, 520 E. Highway
40 (1 mile east of U.S. 19), Inglis.
Free chicken barbecue for any in ,
uniform: Boy Scout, Girl Scout,
Sea Cadet, Young Marine, ROTC
Cade~t, Civil Air Patrol Cadet,
Army, Navy, Marine, Air Force, or
Coast Guard, military personnel.
Family members welcome for a
S$3 donation. Public $5.

bo ne AsDoito mpbels i
6:30 p.m. the third Wednesday
monthly at Amiencan Legion Post
155, 6585.Gulf-to-Lake Highway
(State Road 44), Crystal River.
All current and previous Airborne
members and their wives are
welcome to join us. Call Steve
Leoniard at 726-3693.
M The Marine Corps League,
Samuel R. Wall Detachment
1139 will conduct its regular


Pst 70 i nens t nter-


events. We serve Wings each Tues- the way back to the '50s and from June 25, 1950, to Jan. 31,
M xd Doubles Pool er day evening and fish or chicken '60s with some great music. For 1955, and anyone serving within
ixe every on Friday evenings. .a donation of $10 per person Korea from 1955 to present is el-
Sunday at 3 p.m. TeA riaLgon your VFW Post will provide~ you igible to join the Korean War Vet-
TuesayWet urrtos t 5 Wall-Rives Post 58, 10730 U.S. with a great spaghetti dinner to erans Association (KWVA). Call
p.m. 41, Dunnellon, has its regular go along with some great music. .Hank Butler at 563-2496, Paul
Bingo every Wednesday at 2 meigothPstadAxiayTickets are available in the can- Salyer at 637-1161 or Neville An-
p.m. Lunch available. Womens' on the first Wednesday of the teen and tables with a party of derson at 344-2529.
Pool League at 7 p.m. Wednes- mot triga ~.eight can be reserved in ad- I Seabee Veterans of Amer.
days. DnelnYugMres vance. ica Island X-18 All Seabees,
Friday, April 3 Open House for meet every Tuesday evening Tdy ig ntebghl oeberltvsadfins
Vets and guests. Picnic barbe- fo6pm.t9pm.beginning at 1 p.m. Monday: are welcome to our meetings
cued pork w/trimmings prepared AARP tax-aide will be given The VFWl Golf League plays at and events. Meetings are at 11
by Bill. Meal at 3 p.m. for $8. Bar onWdedy rm9am o3 different courses. Contact Dick a.m. the secorid Wednesday
bingo every day, all day long. pOm uentil y April 15 a. So rel orJmFeheta h monthly at the VA Office, 2804
Events open to members and Bingo is held every Thursday. post for tee times and locations. Marc K~nightorf Court, Lecanto:
their guests. evnn.Dosoe ~. The Cake Crab Company Golf We have a short meeting, about
Contact Rick Gilbert at 795- Gamesig Dostr ate 6 p.m. Fo egepasa ~.a one hour, at the VA.Office, then
5012. Gae tr t6pm od Twisted Oaks G.C. Check with we will eat lunch at a local
available.
A Joe Nic Bac M mral Lou Kernpffor available tee restaurant decided at the meet-
VFW ost 12 9e~m ida Outdoor Flea Market and Pan- times. ~Dart tournament in the .ing.~ On the third Wednesday
AveWPs 12,89. FloralCi63-00 cake Breakfast is held very third canteen beginning at 7 p.m. monthly, we have a luncheon:
Ave. Floal Cty, 37-000, Saturday monthly from 7:30 a.mi. Tusa:dl mr
March 29 to April 5: to 10:30 a.m. All you can eat for PlTouesday: Cal Cm h s s v eE~ D d r P~
Tuesday: Bingo starting at 3 a$4 donation.Poltun-= nth SERVI E DadPfer
ss% 1 ite Allen-Rawls American Le- .menter I e th at4-mai27
Iecoe gion Post 77 and Auxiliary Unit ginning at 1 niw etrsfo puttelsetam-
we n da Wn sthee or 77 meet the first Thursday p.m. House tour of duty in Iraq pabay~rr.com
Wensdy Wig 9 e o monthly at the Key Training Cen- C mmtte stf s.ICtu
$1 served froin 4 to 7 p.m. with ter, 130 Heights Ave., Invemess. oeem in- ed Staff Sg. An C0Viturus
music by D.L. Guests welcome. Potluck dinner at 6 p.m., meeting staf meing an1 John C.A-08 otue
Thursday: VFW and Ladies starts at 7:15. Auxiliary Unit 77 svr metir drews recently129adC-
Auxiliary Meeting and Elections meets at the same time and evrd d returned home .. bane 1219
7:30 p.m- :place. Call Post Cmdr. Paul usaan to Invemess conducts its
Friday: All-you-can-eat fish Mleat3487orAxiry post general from a 15- --meetings at 7
(fried, baked or blackened) for $7 president Alice Brumett at 860- mever fundh mot tour opm.the sec
or a three-piece fried chicken 2981. ved duty wiith the nThrdy
dinner, served frornl 4 to 7 p.m. The William Crow AmVets ue y Combat Sup-motlathe
Guests welcome. Post 447 will be celebrating its daten r port Hospital in res rnrca L
Saturday: Prime rib dinner first anniversary on April 4 from 2 big nte Iraq. O tt od
$9125 4 to 7 p.m. To go orders to 6 p.m. The menu will cons st can"teeQ. ,1 . 44 in Crystal
are: available for 25 cents extra, 0194 ay~jtyle ribaSjchiy p~1 p':VIte -W gnesday Is Ladles Night River (6585 E. Gulf-to-Lake
Caser 6nda00 ,H Dinrt r~~~jd br~~sJd~sj~l;al~ ;ff .~~Uti!b Cookout fo a .Yihwa ),o moCfr b to the
$5 2 to 5 p.m. Or bring in $5 be free hot dogs for children p.m. Karaoke at 7 p.m. with a dif-, Richard Gannon at 637-1236; for
worth of canned foods. Music by under 10 years of age. The band ferent host each week. the Cabane, call La Presidente
Hoosier Band. (Dinner is a fund- Ramblin Fever will be there for Thursday: VFW Mixed Golf .'5Debt Gannon s10637-1236 or visit
raiser for the Veterans Food~' your entertainment. Also here League alternating between www.Postl55.org.
bank.) will be games, a magic show and Twisted Oaks Golf Club and Pirie I The Sunc iast U.S. Navy
Canteen opin daily at 9 a.rn., a dunk tank. The public is invited. Ridge Golf Club with an 8 a.m.. Armed Guard and Merchant
Monday through Saturdlaj:On The pdst is at 33 Risher Ave. tee time. Check with Dave -Marine Veterans of World War
Sunay anten pen~at1 pm. n Igli. Fr mre nfomaton Nealey or Ray Galinski for avail:' II will conduct its next meeting at
Members only, but guests are al- and takeout orders, call 447- able tee times. Pool tournament 11:30 a.m. the second Saturday,
lowed with a member in good 4473. in the canteen at 7 p.m- April 11, at Kally K's, 3383 U.S
standing. A U.S. Submarine Veterans Friday: Dart toumament at 7 19 in Spring Hill.
Rminder:Hb d nnen (StS I)SturenBs mets Sam enan hiabe Amrcn

Sundy, pri 5,a fndraserfor at 1 am. he frstSatrda Saurdy: Kraoe i th ca- as GealdA. hon Chpe


Highway, Crystal River. Visitors
and interested parties are always
welcome. Call Base Cmdr. Billy
Wein at 726-5926.
W American Legion Post 166
will meet 1:30 p.m., Saturday,
April 4 at the Dumas-Hartsort
`VFW Post 8189 Ladies Auxiliary
facility on Veterans Drive, Ho- '
mosassa, on the west side of
U.S. 19 at Dixon's Auto Sales
across from Harley Davidson'
All former and current post
members, as well as all inter-
ested veterans, are cordially in- '
vited to be a part of American
Legion Post 166. For more infor-
mation, call Bill at 382-1119.
A The H.. F.Nesbitt VFW
Post 10087 in Beverly Hills off

stre O fo C' 41 Sort
Bar and directly behind the new
Superior Bank will host a '50s
Sock Hop on- Friday, April 17;
featuring the barid, "Blast Kats."
The Blast Kats will take you all


tion of Independence Highway
and U.S. 41.
DAV Chapter 70 and Auxiliary
meetings are at 2 p.m. on the
second Tuesday of each month.
The DAV Chapter is open' from
9 a.m. to noon every Tuesday to
assist disabled veterans. A sery-
ice officer is available by appoint-
menit. Contact :Bill Geden at
341-6875.
For the Chapter, call Richard
Floyd, adjutant at 726-5031 For
the Auxiliary, call Lynn Armitage
adjulant at 341-5334.
I Seabee Veterans of Amer-
ica (SVA) Island X-23 welcomes


I Hunger and Homeless
Coalition Anyone who knows
of a homeless veteran in need of
food, :haircut, voter ID, food
stamps, medical assistance or
more blankets is asked to call
John' Young at the Hunger and
Homeless Coalition at 628-4357,
or pass along this phone number
to the veteran.
A The Korean War Veterans
Association, Citrus Chapter
192 meets at the VFW Post
10087, Beverly Hills, at 1 p.m.
the first Tuesday monthly Any-
one who has honorably served
Within Korea or outside Korea


SVFW Post 7991, 3107 W.
Dunnellon Road, Dunnellon,
(352) 489-1772.
Canteen open at 1 p.m.
Breakfast is from 8:30 a.m. to
noon the second and fourth Sun-
days morithly for $5. Open to the
public. Lots of good food and
fun.
Today: Post birthday and an-
niversary parly.
Wednesday: Bingo starting at
1 p~m. Hot dogs available.
Start bringing in your items for
our Spring Flea Market. Indoor
tables are $10, outdoor tables
are $7. Call the post for details at
563-5476.
H fugene: Quinn VFW Post
4 n7, 906phSate 3Ro 945E., In-
Karaoke is presented each
Sunday, Tuesday and Friday
evenings. Bar Bingo is played
Monday and Thursday after~
noons and Wednesday evening.


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March 30 toApril3MIENUS
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL tenders, breaded chicken salad hamburger, combo hoagie,
Monday: plate, garden salad, green beans, pizka, PB dippers, turkey salad
Breakfast MVP breakfast, black-eyed peas, applesauce, platie, garden salad, corn, peas,
General Mills cereal, toast, milk gelatin, crackers, milk, juice. french fries, mixed fruit, 'roll,
variety, juice variety. Wednesday:\ :: crackers, milk.
Lunch Sausage pizza, Breakfast Egg and cheese Thursday: Br~gtpza
chicken nuggets, PB dippers, biscuit, MVP breakfast, General Beafs-Brkatpia,
garden salad, corn, peaches, ` Mills cereals, grits, toast, peach MVP breakfast, tater tots, grits,
apple crisp, milk, juice. cup, milk variety. milk variety, juice vari'tty.
Tuesday: Lunch Chicken and noodleb, Lunch Tacos, chicken sand.
Breakfast Sausage, egg .turkey melt, tuna salad plate, gar- :wich, pizza, breaded ch-icken
and cheese biscuit, General Mills den salad, com, baked french salad plate, garden salad, Span-
cereal, tater tots, toast, milk vari- fries, peaches, roll, crackers, ish rice, com, green beans, french
ety, juice variety. Minute Maid juice bar, milk, juic6.' fries, applesauce, crackers, milk.
Lunch -Tacos, comndog, Thursday: Friday: Holiday .
salad shaker, garden salad,: Breakfast Breakfast sausage Menus are subject to change
green beans, pasta salad, apple- pizza, MVP breakfast, tater tots, without notice.
sauce, crackers, pnilk, juice. grits, milk variety, juice variety. CONGREGATE DINING
Wednesday:" Lupch- Cheese pizza, or- ';x:ai Monday; Swiss steak uith
Breakfast Cinriamoln ange- chicken plate, turkey salad tomato gravy, mash~ddpotatoes, ,
twister, General Mills cereal, plate, garden salad, green green peas with mushrooms, 1
toast, milk variety, juice variety. beans, pasta salad, pears, apple- slide whole wheat bread with
Lunch Chicken & noodles, crisp, trackers, milk, juice. margarine, `applesautde, and low-
turkey sandwich, PB dipper, gar- Friday: Holiday fat milk.
den salad, carrots, pears, Minute HIGH SCHOOL Tuesday: Baked chicken quar-
Maid juice bar, milk, juice. Monday: ter with Spanish sauce, yellow
Thursday: Breakfast Sausage, egg ,rice with peppers and tomatoes,
Breakfast Scrambled eggs and cheese biscuit, MVP break- mixed vegetables, 1 slice whole
with cheese, General Mills ce- fast, General Mills cereal, toast, grain bread with margarine,
real, tater tots, toast, milk variety, tater tots, grits, toast, milk variety, peach crisp, and low-fat milk.
juice variety. juice variety. Wednesday:~ Pork chop patty
Lunch Chicken tenders, Lunch Spaghetti with meat with onion gravyi, herbed pota-
hotdog, salad shaker, garden sauce, hamburger, pizza, hoagie, toes, garlic spinach, 1 slice
salad, black-eyed peas. baked breaded chicken salad plate, garden whole wheat bread with mar-;
french friesaixed ifull, crackers,. salad, green beans,.com, swneel go- gannre fresh frucit in seasory and
milk, juice. tato bake, fier;kfr'ies, Minute Maid lofaml
Friday: Holiday juice bar, crackers, milk. Thursday: Italian spaghetti
MIDDLE SCHOOL .. ~ Tuesday: with meat sauce, green beans,
Monday: ::t- Breakfast- Mini cinnamon tossed salad with Italian dress-
Breakfast Sausage, egg pancakes, MVP breakfast, tater~:~: irig, 1 slice whole wheat bread
and cheese biscuit, MV~F break-' tots, grils, milk variety, juice variety. with margarine, 1 chocolate
fast, Gener~al Mills cereals, grits, Lunch Orange chicken brownie, and lo~w-fat milk.
toast, milk variety, juice variety. plate, chicken sandwich, pizza,' Friday: Egg.saladgsliced beet
Lunch Pepperoni pizza, chef salad plate, garden salad, `and onion salad, tossed salad
'BBQ sandwich, chef salad plate, mixed vegetables, comn, baked with dressing, 2 slices whole
garden salad, carrots, seasoned beans, french fries, pears, crack- wheat bread, fresh fruit in sea-
noodles, miifed fruit, crackers, ers, milk. son, and low-fat milk.
milk, juice. Wednesday: Congregate dining sites in-
Tuesday: Breakfast Egg and cheese clude: Lecanto, East Citrus,
Breakfast Mini cinnamon biscuit, MVP breakfast, General Crystal River, Homosassa
pancakes, MVP breakfast, tater Mills cereal, tater tots, grits, *a ~ Springs, Invemess aiid South
tots, grits, milk variety, juice variety. toast, milk variety, juice variety. Dunnellon. For information, call
Lunch Hamburger, chicken Lunclh Chicken tenders, Support Services at 527-5975.


NEIL SAWYER/Special to the Chaonicle
The stacked stones are said to be earth-
4uake proof.

foreign coulntries-two to three times a year
.~:in addition to talongseveral domestic
eyoursions annually They prefer fr-
independent travel or with small group
guided tours.


March 30, 2:00 p.m.
Citrus County Builders Association
Call Tally-Ho Vacations at
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given the lack of availability of hardened
tools and saws. "
Incredibly, these stacked stones. said to be
earthiluake proof, hav~e stood the test oftime.
None have been displaced, and no need to
give them the "papel' test," as none have
moved for hundreds of ye'ars.~
A mysterious shrine, Sachyhuaman -(pro-
nounced "sexy woman"), was -our next adven-
ture. This shrine is still being investigated
(although there ar~e ma ny tales passed down
through the gen~er~atols )for its u reealed

passageway~ through the carefully placed
stones, we imagined partigipating in the sa-
cred rituals of an ancient'eople the sky
did seem brighter upon our ~e: compared to when we had eitiered. Did our
hiair stand on end? Did we surddenily have
super-humaln strenlgthl One of our group said
he fe~lt a "strangeness" upon coming out We
have yet to convince him that he was that way
before he entered.
Along with the mysteries of the great pyra-
mids, the Nazea lines, Phoenicians and Ro-
maris, the culture of the Incas continues to
amaze and confound us. Speculation, how-
ever, is one of the fascinating elements of
travel and allows us to lose ourselves in the
mysteries and enigmas of the past. When in
Rome, do as the Romans do but, when in
Cuzeo "'chew more edcoa leaves."


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Mr. and Mrs. Gary Banks of
Inverness announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Miss Emily Sue Banks, to Mr.
Christopher John Jahr, son of .q~
Mr. and Mrs. RalphJahr of
Princeton, N.J.
Banks is a 2002 graduate of
Citrus High School. She grad-
uated summa cum laudg
from the University of
Florida in2005, receiving de-
grees in public relations and
English. She is~ a third-year~
law student at the University
of Florida Levin College of ~ aES.;-
Law.
Jahr is a 1999 graduate of
The Carol Morgan School in
Santo Domingo, Dominican law student at the University
Itepublic. .He graduated of Florida Levin College of
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lane University in 2004, re- Both Banks and Jahr will
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~Edw~ard Charles Ta liaferro
Jr. and G'ina Elizabeth Gonza-
lez were married Saturday.
Feb. 27, 2009 at noon at the
Wedding Chapel in Inver-
ness. Chaplain Sal Viglione
performed the Christian
service.
The bride is the daughter
of Richard Gonzalez, Holly-
wood, and' Teresa- "Marino,
Dugold, Canada.
The groom is the son of Ed-
wiard C. Taliaferro Sr., Erost-
proof.
Maid of honor was Deana
Gonzalez and best man was ~~~
Edwward C. Taliaferro Sr.
The groom is owner of Real
Tree Service and the bride is
employed~ at Tiny Treasures
Preschool.
Hls;They will live in Beverly ~~





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James Thomas Pritchard
Sr. and 'Patricia Lynne
Petrucci, of Citrus Springs,
were united in marriage on
Fri'day, Jan. 30, 2009, at the
Wedding Chapel in Inver-
ness. Chaplain Sal Viglione.
officiated.


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Trav;is Lee Hay celebrated
his first birthday on March 7.
Trayis is the son ofJamlie Ed-
wards and Damon Hay, Flo-
rall City. ,. 1Vaternal
grandparents are Ralph and
Rhonda Smithw;ick, Floral
City, and Tommie Edwards.
Ocala. Paternal grandparent
is Tamie Hay, Ocala.


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Samuel Donald A~ddair and
Heather Annette Tortelli, of
Floral City, w'ere united in
matriage on Saturday, Jan.
24, 2009, at 3 p.m. at the~ Wed-
ding Chapel in Inverness.
Chaplain Donna Viglione
performed the Christian
service.


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with j 1~. Don't get all in a dither
about something minor that's
only in your mind.
Sagittarius (Nov. 23-Dec. 21)
- It might be smart to temporar-
ily set aside working on a project
you know will be quite demand-
ing, especially if you're the least
bit tired or not up to par. Better to
delay it than to take a chance on
bungling it.
SCapricorn (Dec. 22-Jan.19)
- Because you like nice things,
it might be wiser to shop for lux-
ury items another time when
you're not so inclined to throw
caution to the wind with regard to
your checkbook.
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
-- Those with whom you'll be in-
yolved won't be easily deceived,
so if you want to make a good
impression, be forthright in repre-
senting who you are and what
you're all about.
Pisces (Feb. 20-March 20) *
You've heard the old saying,"If
you can't say something nice
about someone, don't say any-
thing at all." This needs to be up-
permost in your mind, or you could
blurt out something you'll regret.


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potnt dn' de nd on o hers
to bail you out. If you want some-
'thing to happen a certain way,
you must make it happen your-
self.
Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -
.There is nothing wrong with the
way you size up situations, but if
you lack the follow-through
needed to correct things, they'll
remain unfinished. Pretending
they'll take care of themselves is
folly.
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) If
you're in need of an assistant to
`do a corriplicaited task, take care
as to whom you` ask to help.
Someone who lacks the needed
skills could severely botch the
job.
Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -
Take nothing for granted if you
have any kind of money dealings
with a friend. This person might
assume too much and, when he
or she doesn't get the cash,
things could become quite un-
comfortable between you.
Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)
A small incident might make you
overly concerned as to whether
another person is on the level


Your Birthday: You may need
to sift the wheat from the chaff in
order to select worthy targets in
the year ahead, or you could
waste a lot of time on worthless '
endeavors. The fruits of your
labor will depend upon which
ones you 'single out.
Aries (March 21-April 19) --
You're a hard worker and will pull
your own weight, yet when it -
comes to handling your finances
or possessions, you dorit always
have your wits about you. Today
'could be one of those days.
Taurus (April 20-May 20) -
Although you are 'ikely to ana-
lyze your challenges re listically,
you tend to expect LadSS Luck to
bail you- out. She may at times,
'but it won't necessanly be when
you want her to.
Gemini (May 21-June 20) -- ;
Before you act on anything, dis-
'tinguish between a negative ap-
prehension and an intuitive
perception. Htinches ate hope-
ful, while unrealistic fear is self-
defeating.
Cancer (June 21-July 22) -
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issues realistically, and, more Im-


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"Monsters vs. Aliens" (PG) Noon, 2-30 p.m., 4:55
p.m., 7:30 p~m. No passes.
"The Haunting in Connecticut" (PG-13) 12:10 p.m.,
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Ing, and it is open for adoptions
from 10 a.m. to 4 p~m. Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday and Fn-
day, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Thursday and from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Saturday.
For more information, call the
Citrus County Animal Shelter at


726-7660.
Financial assistance for spay-
ing and neutering of an adopted
pet is available through the Hu-
manitarians of Florida at 563-
2370 or from the Humane
Society of Citrus County at 341-
2222.


The Citrus County Animal
Control Shelter has online listings
of impounded animals at animal
control.citrus.fl.us. Select 'Animal
Type," etc. and search.
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47th annual St. Patrick's Tourna- Gosse, the 2002 Henry H. Camp In- the 194 competitors in red numbers
ment at Inverness Golf & Country vitational champion. "I'm playing while Saturday only nine managed
Club. The victory kept him well. I'm thinking well. I'm to shoot under par.
undefeated, having won ` jll putting well. It should be Amongst that group of nine was
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looks to overcome a one- the Ocala Country Club ai 'over Gosse. But on Saturday, Hock's
strokedeficittotournament: Kelly Giosse easytargetforlowscoring. under-par round was a bit more
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nicipal coarse. with heavy winds ..forcing the field Gosse in position to use "moving
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TODAY'S SPORTS
AUTO RACING
1:30 p.m. (13, 51 FOX) Sprint Cup -.Goody's Fast Relief 500
3 p.m. (VERSUS) Drag Racing American League (Taped)
4:30 p.m. (ESPN2) NHRA Drag Racing: O'Reilly Spring Nationals
Final.Eliminations (Same-day Tape)
WOMEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
12 p.m. (ESPN) NCAA Toumament Regional Semifinal -
California vs. Connecticut
2:30 p.m. (ESPN2) NCAA Toumament Regional Semifinal -
Arizona State vs. Texas A&M ,
7:30 plm. (ESPN2) NCAA Toumament Regional Semlfinal -
Purdue vs. RutgerS
9:30 p.m. (ESPN2) NCAA Toumament Regional Sehlifinal -
Oklahoma vs. Pittsburgh
MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
2 p.m. (6, 10 CBS) NCAA Toumament Regional Final -
TeamS TBA
4:30 p.m. (6, 1 0 CBS) NCAA Toumament Regional Final -
Teams TBA ..
NBA BASKETBALL
1 p.m. (9, 20, 28 ABC) Dallas Mavericks at Cleveland Cavaliers
3:30 p.m. (WGN) Chicago Bulls at Toronto RaptorS
8 p.m. (E~SPN) San AntonioSpurs at New Orleans HornetS
BICYCLING
5 p.m. (VERSUS) 2009~ Criterium Intemnational (Taped)
BOWLING .
'2 p.m. (ESPN) Bowling Foundation Long Island Classic
GOLF
9 8.Mn. (GOLF) European PGA Tour: Open de Andalucia --
Final Round Same-day Tape)
1 p.m. (GOLLF) Champions Tour: Cap Cana Championship-
SFinal Round
2:30 p.m. (2, 8 NBC) PGA Tour: Amold Palmer Invitational -
F In Ro nd .
7inant. (GOLF) LPGA Tour: J Golf Phoenix LPGA International
Final Round (Same-day Tape) \
GYMNASTICS
.12 p.m. (SUN) SEC Championship (Taped)
.HOCKEY
i:-6 p.m. (SUN) Ottawa Senators at Tampa Bay Lightning
M.MOTORCYCLE RACING
.m- 10'CBS) Monster'Energy AMA Supercross (Taped)

a .~~g ( PN2) Fishin M~adOF nRShark Toumament (Taped) TDOR

4: p~m. (IND1) 2010 World CpC Qaifier Ecu~dor vs. -Brazil
9 p.Rm. (47 FAM) English Premier League: Bolton Wanderers
;vs. Marichester United (Taped)
SOFTBALL
'2 p.m. (~SUN) Alabama at Florida
TENNIS
1 p~m. (FSNFL) Sony Ericsson Open Early Round
WINTER SPORTS
1 p;m. (2, 8 NBC) U.S. Open of Snowboarding (Taped)


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Continued from Page B1

under, 139) and Berger
Warner (4-under 140). *
Hock and Gosse, who both '
started on the back nine,
took very different roads in
shooting their under-par
rOunds. After playing the
first four holes 1-under par,
things turned bad rather
quickly for Hock when he
took a quadruple bogey on
the par 3, 14th hole. But
Hock got his gme back on
track during the second half
of his round making five
straight birdies on holes 4-8
before finishing with a par
on his final hole of the day.
"I'm pretty happy with the
Way I recovered," Hock ad-
mitted. "That stretch of
birdies on the back helped
me save my round. I'll defi-
nitely takie that score today,
eSpecially after the way I
started."
As for Gosse, he got to his 4-
under a whole other way with
six birdies, an eagle and four
bogeys, including a five on
the last hole of the day.
"I didn't take advantage of
the front nine, which was our
back nine today. There's a
chance to really score low on
that side and I didn't capital-


CH~RUS COUNTY(FL) CHRONIrCLE


SCOREBOARD


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PGA T~o r
Arnold Palmer Invite
Saturday
At Bay Hill Club and Lodge
Pure 56 Ilon
Yardage: 7,162; Par: 70
Third Round
Sean O'Halt 67-65-71--203 -7
Ti er Woods 68-69-71--208 -2

Jason Gore 65-70-74--209 -1
Brandt Snedeker 73-70-67--210 E
Pat Perez 70-70=0-7-210 E


Chad Campbell 68-74-69--211 +1
Lilcas Glover 71-71-69--211 +1
Webb Simpson 70-71-70--211 +1
Daniel Chopra 68-71-72--211 +1
Padraig Harrington 70-68-73--211 +1
Lee Janzen 67-71-73--211 +1
Nick Watney 67-71-73-211 +1
'Corey Pavln 72-70-70--1 '+
JhnES nden 70-69-73--212 +2
Hunter Mahan 67-71-74--212 +2
Tim Herton 66-72-74-212 +2

Vu hn Tylor ::::::--12 ::
Mathew Goggin 70-72-71--213 +3
Cliff Kresge 74-68-71--213 +3
Stewart Cink 70-71-72--213 +3
Kenny Perry 70-71-72--213 +3

'JeevM.Singh 71-68-74-213 Al
Rocco Mediate 68-76-70--214 '+4
'ChrsDiMarco 73-70-71--214 +4

Gog cNelll 70272-1 +
Brian Gay 68-74-72--214 +4
son g~rane 7069-7 2~14 +4
JefOetosn 66 -5-21 +
~Trevor immelman '71-73-71-215 +5
Mike Weir' 71-72-72--215 +5
Justin Rose 75-67-73--215 +5

~todd Hamilton 72-68175--215 +5
xevin Na 69=10-76-215 +s
Iono a nor .6:51--21 +

D.A.Points ; 73-70-73--216 +6
SBkip Kendall 68-73-75--216 +6
'steve Marino 73-68-75-216 +6
Bill Lunde 72-73-72--217 +7
;Tom Lehman 72-73-72--217 +7
petief Goosen 74-71-72--217 +7
Brad Faxon 70-72-75-217 +7
51eua LO Slry 69714-27 +
'Jerry Kelly 69-73-76 -218 ~+8
JI.J.Henry 68-71-79-218 +8
.MareTurnesa 72-73-74--219 .+9

Susn Osthizn 7- 1-71 +
1(Xevill Streelman 71-72-76-219 +9
Stuart Appleby 67-72-8 -219 +9
BartKBryuant 717-5-22 +
)Richard S. Johnson 70-7476-220 +10
Woody Austin 72-72-76-220 +10
Tommy Armour III 70-74-76-220 +10
Brian Davls 71-73-76--220~ +10
liver wllson' 72-7 b8~2m0 1o
)Vijay Singh 74-70-77--221 +11
1Peter Lonard :2-7:2-772 11
akCalcavecch a 71-74-80---25 ~15
GATour'
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~; Saturday
r~Papago GolfxCourse


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Cristi Kerr 9-72-1-212 -4
SongHee im 7-69-73--212 -4 '
Sun oungYoo 3-70-70--213 -3

;reenAdrassng 74;r-68-7-213 -3
Ilan Yeonh Cno 74-76871-213 -3
~Angela Sanfrd 73-67-73-213 -3
Ida~nin Sd 73-71-70-214 -2
Cntoeren Oco 72-72-71--214 .-2
e Ri~ono Pak72-72-70-214 -2
andist~~erso Wr 72-72-70-214 -2
lbe~ar .6-47-1 e -
lee YEong Leer 72--71-2-215 -1
nendy Dolanlol 70-72-73-215 -1
tkacy Pammanasudh73-73-70--216 E
itrene OChoa 70-73-7(-216 E
Zilvi~ak Caalr 70-73-73--218 E
fourise Stal 71-71-74--216 E
Sophi Gusdtafso 73-68-75-216. E
flee Youlng Park 75-74-69--218 +2
~tChristina Kim 72=1-75-7-218 +2
*Ice-on Manh 72-72-74-218 +2

tlena Sharp 73-76-701-219 +3
Katherne CHul 75-72-72-219 +3
iLeiah Wiggeri 72-75 72--219 E3
Amakccnapate 717 4- 26 E
brpitutanysinicm 7368-72-7-220 +4
1s Mi Cung Pr 76-72-72-220 +4
Ajkaevrngnn 72-75-73--220 +4
eirdlul~im 75=41-2 1 +4
JuilognkPrster 73-76-72-2219 +5
Jilong~har 70--7721-2219 +5
PKathin Hurst ~ 76-72-73--219 +5
Laura Dmaviesan 72-76-73-2219 +5

H.J. n~iChol e 74-72-75---221 +5
Russy Ghulynamita 72-74-75221 +5
JImin Jeong 72-573-7-222 +6
Meene Lee 174-74-741-222 +6
Kris. Tshetr '72-76-74-222 +6
Kei Koueghn 73-71-78--222 +6
Miller Waies 73-76-74--223 +7

Danielle Dowlneyit 73-75-75~-223 +7

Kain cherl~i 70-75-78 223 +7


ISarah Lee ; 75-74-75--224 +8
BrandieK m rton ~ 7-76-224 +

Jeehae Lee 75-74-76-225 +9
:Giulia Gergas 70-79-77--226 +10
.Llnda Wessberg 72-7678-220 +10
Moira Dunn 75-74-79-228 +12
Champions Tour
Cap Cana Championship
Saturday
At Punta Espada Golf Club
Cap Cana, Dominican Republic
Purse: $2.1 million
Yardage: 7,20 Par: 72

1Mark O'Meara 71-65-136 -8
IKelth Fergus 68-88-136 -8
JEduardo Romero 68-68-136 -8
Gene Jones 72-66-138 -6
'Bruce Vaughan 71-67--138 -6
Mark McNulty 70-68 -138 -6
Joey Slndelar 70-68--138 -6


Northwest Division

Denaerd4 2.64
Utah 44 27 .620 2
Oklahoma City 20 52 .278 26Y1
Minnesota 20 53 .274 27
Pacific Division
W L Pct GB
z-L.A. Lakers 58 14 .806-
Phoenix 40 32 .556 18
Golden State 25 47 .347 33
L.A.Clippers 18 55 .247 40%t
Sacramento 15 56 .211 42n
y-clinched division, z-clinched conference
Saturday's Games
Chicago 112, Indiana 106
Charlotte 96, New York 85
Detroit 98, Washington 96
Miami 102, Milwaukee 85
L.A. Clippers at Houston, late
Phoenix at Utah, late
Golden State at Denver, late
Memphis at Portland, late
Today's Games
Dallas at Cleveland, 1 p.m.
Chicago at Toronto, 3:30 p.m.

Nw e sy at la eota, 3: p.m.
Philadelphia at DetroR, 6 p.m.
Washington at Indiana, 7 p.m.
Oklahoma City at Boston, 7 p.m.
Sn A ontio at New Orieansm 8 p.m.


Colorado 10, Chicago Cubs 6


Tampa Bay vs. Cincinnati at Sarasota, 1:05 p.m.
Washington vs. Florida at Jupiter, 1:05 p.m.
Boston vs. Philadelphia at Clearwater, 1:05 p.m.
N.Y. Mets vs. Baltimore at Fort Lauderdale.
1:05 p.m.
St. Louis vs. Mlnnesota at Fort Myers, 1:05 p.m.
Pittsburgh vs. N.Y Yankees at Tampa, 1:15 p.m.
Colorado vs.0Oakland at Phoenix, 4:05 p.m.
L.A. Angelsyvs.Texas at Surprise, Ark,4:05 p.m.
San DIego vs. L.A. Dodgers at Phoenix, 4:05 p.m.
Cleveland vs. Chicago Cubs at Mesa, Ariz.,
4:05 pm.
Kansas City vs. Seattle at Peoria; Ariz., 4:05 p.m.
Chicago White Sox vs. Arizona at Tucson, Ariz..
4:05 p.m.
Milwaukee vs. San Francisco at Scottsdale, Arlz.,
4:05 p.m.
Monday's Games
Boston vs. Atlanta at Klssissimee, 1:05 p.m-
Detroit vs. Washington at Viera, 1:05 p.m.
N.Y.Yankees vs.Toronto at Duriedin, 1:05 p~m.
Florida vs. St. Louis at Jupiter, 1:05 p m.
Tampa Bayvs. Minnesota at Fort Myers, 1:05 p.m.
Hosont ds ,hldlhaa la tr, 1055 p.m-
Seattle vs. Milwaukee at Phoenix, 4:05 p.m?
Oakland vs. L.A. Dodgers at Phoenix, 4:05 p.m..
Texas vs. San Francisco at Scotidajle Ariz .

4: h cgo Cubs vs. Kansas City a ~urpriseAriz.,
4:05 p.m.
Chicago White Sox vs. L.A. Angels at Tempe,
Ariz., 4:05 p.m.
Arizona vs.CGolorado at-uciir~no Ariz.1 p m
7:San Diego vs. C/evela ad at G odjyear. Ariz,
Ballmore vs. N.Y. Mets at Port St, Lucle, 1~0 p.m.



Am ia~n Lea~gue ~
KANSAS CITY ROYALS--Optioned ilB Kila
Ka-alhue and RHP Devon Lowgr tb Omaha

L S ANGELES ANGiELS-0 pioed OF Terry
Evans, RHP Anthoniy Orlega and DH Freddy San-
doval to Salt Lake (PCL).
MINNESOTATWIINS--Optioned0OF Jason Pri-


and RF David WIlntree tI, nelr mlnor league camp
OAK(LAD ATHLETIC'S-Acquirea C Curtis
glpe~n Iran T~renti fol plae y 0 n narrea o
Tlnor lealue iiontracI I
TAMPA Bnr'i ~A~S-Ralurnedl RHP Derekc Ro-
Irlguez Io mn ~le weresn
TEXAS RANGERS--Optioned C Max Ramirez
to Oklahoma City (PCL).
National L~eague
FLORIDA MARLINS--Optioned LHP Taylor
Tankersley and RHP Ryan Tucker to New Orleans

HOUSTON ASTROS--ptioned C J.R.Towles
to Round Rock (PCL).
NEW YORK METS-Optioned RHP Carlos
Meuni adR 1706ryullivarto Buffalo IL) Re-

INF Andy Green and INF Jose Valentin to their
mirfor league camp. Released LHP Ron Villone
and LHP Valerio de los Santos.
JPkH cDELPHroAr PHIL nES-c c re RLn
Paulino.Opitioned RHP Joe Bisenius to Lehigh
Valley (IL).
ST. LOUIS CARDINALS--Sent LHP Royce
Ring outright oCMephIs ptioned ss
Brian Bocock, RHP Waldis Joaquin, 3B Ryan
Rohilnger and RHP Billy Sadler to Fresno (PCI.).
National Bak tal Asociation
NEWYORK KNICKS-Signed G Joe Crawford
to a 10-day contract.
NationaFI tbl IL.eague
GREEN BAY PACKERS--Agreed to terms with
MNESOT VIKING-Matc~he Cnonna tis

JoN s eRANCISCO 49ERS-Released OT




NHL Standings.
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Div Mis GF

x-New Jersey 47 24 4 98 228 186
Philadelphia 41 23 10 92 239 213
Pittsburgh 41 27 8 90 239 225


Northeast Division
W L 07 Pts GF GA
y-Boston 47 17 10 104 250 176
Montreal 38 27 10 86 226 229
Buffalo 37 80 8 82 226 217
Torofito 31 32 13 75 230 271
Ottawa 32 32 10 74 197 215
Sout~heastLDi kms GF
x-Washington 46 23 7 99 245 222
Carolina 42 28 7 91 220 214
Florida 36 28 11 83 2e07 213

WESTERN CONFERENCE.
Central Divialon
W L OT Pts GF GA
C-Detrolt 49 1 910.7 22
Colmbous 39 28 7 85 207 202

Nt Loui 353.9710
Northwest Division
W L OT Pts GF GA

Vcouver 60 2598 2
E~dmonton ~36 30 9 81 216 228
Minnesota 35 31 8 78 190 182
Colorado .31 42 2 64 192 243
Pacific Division

y-San Jose W8 15 11P0 24 1 5
Anahelm. 37 32 6 80 215 216
Dallas 33 32 9 75 206 228
Los Angeles 31 33 11 73 191 219
Phoenix 31 36 7 69 184 227
Tor poots for win, one point for overtime loss
x-clinched playoff spot, y-clinched division
Friday's Games
Washington 5, Tampa Bay 3
Buffalo 5, Toronto 3
N.Y. Islanders 2, Detroit 0
Chicago 3, New Jersey 2, OT
Vancouver 4, Colorado 1
Edmonton 5, Anaheim 3
Saturday's Games


Plttsburgh 4, N.Y. Rangers 3
Nashtville 4, os Angeles 3, OT
Boston 7, Toronto 5
SBuffalo 4, Montreal 3, SO
Carolina 2, New Jersey 1
Philadelphia 4, N.Y. Islanders 3, so

Coubus It t L us, late
Minnesota at Calgary, late
Phoenix at San Jose, late
Today's Games
Nashville at Detroit, 5 p.m.
St. Louis at Columbus, 5 p.m.
cttwa rt tT iopBay ,67p n.
Boston at Philadelphia, 7 p.n.
Colorado at Anaheim, 8 p.m. .
Mlnnesota at Edmonton, 8 p.m.
Monday's Games
New Jersey at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m.
San Jose at Calgary, 9:30 p.mn.
Dallas at Phoenix, 10 p.m.


Atlantic Division
W L. Pct
55 19 .743
hia 37 34 .521
ey 30 42 .417
29 44 .397
27 45 ,375
Southeast Division
W L Pct
54 18 .750
42 31 .575
39 34 .534
33 40 .452
on 17 57 .230
Central Divialon
W L Pot
nd 59 13 .819
36 38 .486
35 37 .486
e 31 43 .419
30 43 .411
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Southwest Divisionet

nio 48 24 .667
47 26 .644
ans 44 27 .620
43 2.9


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Philadelp~
New Jerst
New York
Toronto


y-Orlando
Atlanta
Miami
Charlotte
Washingte


y-Clevelar
Chicago
Detroit
Milwaukec
Indiana


San Antol
Houston
New Orle

Mmhis


CASH 3 (early)
6 7 O
CASH 3 (latp)

PL.AY 4 (ea rly)
5 5 -7 -7
PLAY 4 (late)
a 7 -3 -2'


The No. 1 seed in the Raleigh
Regional used a late 15-3 run to
erase an 11-point deficit and didn't
lead until Demauria Liles hit a
layup with 2:07 left.
Coleman who surpassed her
previous best of 32 points set a
rnonth ago against Boston College
- nearly had to beat the Com-
modores by herself. She finished.
15-for-27 from the field, made 10-:
of-11 free throws, had 15 re-
bounds and had the ball in her
hands on virtually every important
possession.
Louisville 58, Baylor 39
Angel McCoughtry and
Louisville are onle step from the
Final Four.
McCoughtry had 22 points and

bat Byor 56 9in the rdals
toumament's round of 16, sending
them to the first regionalchampi-
onship game in school history.
Candyce Bingham added 15
points and 16 rebounds for the
Cardinals (32-4), the No. 3 seed
in the Raleigh Regional. That in-
cluded a pair of critical 3-pointers
during Louisville's decisive 12-0
spurt in the final eight minutes
that finally blunted a gritty per-
formance by the second-seeded
Bears (29-6).
Louisville, which closed the
game on an 18-2 run, advanced to
Monday night's regional final
against Mar and.





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Baseball
Citrus 2,. West Port 1
Brandin Barroso tossed a com-

pw te Citrus raebl ta m
past West Port on Saturday after-
non. Barroso also struck out six

Tommy Fray had the eventual .
game-winning RBI single~ in the
hoaur inning to score Kyle Fore-
Dalton Jaillet doubled in the

single y Barrso.rros woennta2-
for-3 vith two stolen bases while
Kyle Blocker was 1-for-3-
According to Hurricanes coach
Jon Bolin, junior center fielder Matt
Archambault made two phenome-
nal catch sto kil ptntial Wolf
Pack sco ig oppo tuities,
C ifUS, now 7-5 overall and 6-5
in pStrict 4A-6, play at home
AWeddnesday against Montverde

WomHen's NCH
basketball tournament

M andfi 78 VFandy 714
SRALEIG'H, N.C. Marissa
Coleman wanted more, so she did
more.
The Maryland senior scored a
career-high' 42 points, including
the go-ahead basket wiith 27.9
seconds left, as the Terrapins ral-
lied from 18 down to beat Vander-
bilt 78-74 op Saturday.










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Don Pooley ,
Andy Bean
Craig Stadler .
Gil IVorgan
Jay Haas
Fulton Allem
Gary Hallberg
Scott Hoch .
Ronnie Black
Joe Ozald


Larry MrIze
Tom Purtzer
Phil Blackmar
John Cook
~David Eger .
Nick Price ~
MIke Smith
Bonnie Nielsen .
Wayne Levl
Mark Wiebe
Bobby Wackilns

BrnhhardpeLanger
James Mason
David Edwards
Brad Bryant
BruceNFleisher

John Harris
Denis Watson
Greg Norman
Dan Forsman
Mike McCu lugh

Leonard Thompson
Chip Beck
Sandy Lyle
Loren Roberts .
Bob Gilder
Vicente Fernandez
Walter Hall
Curt Byrum
'Curtis Strange
Mitch Adams .
Jeff Sluman
Robert L. Thompson
Wayne Grady
Mike San Fillppo
Mike Reid
Jay Don Blake
Morris H taa kyizrs

`Mike Hulbert
John Morse
Gary Player
Tom Wargo ,
Graham Marsh

D.A. Welbring
Steve Thortas
Mike Goodes
Donnle Hammond
Rick Rhoden
Victor Gable
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ize as well as I could have,"
Gosse explained.
In addition to Gosse, Ctrtle
County is also being repri-
sented in the 58th annuql
Camp tourney by~rsq
River's Denny Allen(7-9
154), Crystal River's Andy Pg-
tralla (79-79-158), Inverness)
Nathan Connor (84-80-164)
and Inverness's Billy Hooker
(83-81-164).
With ramn and more wind ip
the forecast for Sunday, th,e
weather may once agamn
wreak havoc on the field.
"As long as there is no light-~
ning, we'll start on time
(today)," Ocala' gol pro
Clark Creamer explained.
"When the final putt is hit
Sunday afternoon, that will
be it for our course until the
beginning of October. Thk
backhoes are already sitting
up there in the hill waiting t51
go to work Monday morming.
Gosse definitely saw th&
irony in that and admitted,
"this is by far the best condi-
tion I've ever seen this course
in and on Monday they're
tearing it up. But this is (1
good way to finish it off."
For Gosse, it's his hope that
by early Sunday evening he'h
be hoisting yet another wiri-
ner's trophy. Hock, however,
stands in his way with plans
of his own. Somehn' mgot
give ..and it no doubt will.


NATIONAL LEAGIU~
EW L et
Atlanta 17 9 .654
Mllwa(Jkee 16 9 .640
SSt. Louis 16 10 .1
.Plttsburgh 5:1~ .548

,San Francisco 17 15 51
New York 13 13 .500
Washington 12 13 .480

Lo ng les 1 4
Colorado 12 15. .444
Arlzona 11 16 .407
Florida 10 15 .400
Philadelphla 10 15 .400

Sa igo 7 7 .9
NOTE: Split-squad games count in te standings;
games against non-major league teams do not.
Friday's Games
Atlanta 3, Detrolt 2
Baltimore 9,.Florida 7
Minnesota 16, Tampa Bay 2
Boston 11, St. Louis 8, 10 innings
Houston 6, Philadelphia 5 ~
C lorado 8, Seattle 3s3
KA nsa City 4, L.A eDodgers 1
Cicsaaso Cubs 9, Chicago White Sox 3
San Francisco 10, Cleveland 3

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the 88th day of 2009. There are
277 days left in the year.
Today's Highlight in History:
... *On March 29, 1973, the last
United States combat troops left
South Vietnam, ending America s
direct military involvement in the
Vietnam War.
On this date:'
In 1638, Swedish colonists
settled in present-day Delaware.
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led by Gen. WinfiekZ1 Scott occu-
pied the~ city of Veracruz after
Mexican defenders capitulated.
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passed the British North America
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Canada.
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cut.
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of meat, fats and cheese began.
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Rosenberg were convicted of
conspiracy to commit espionage.
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Jack Lemmon, opened in New
York.
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strikes against Yugoslavia con-
tinued for a sixth night. The Dow
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Gerry Mulligan
OUT THE
WINDOW


Citrus County

is no place for

thin-ice skating

hree months before
signed his position as
county administrator, he
wrote a note for h is files that
said he was having trouble
with some neighbors. He said
in the note that the neighbors
would have had things to say
about him when the opportu-
:nity presented itself.
The opportunity eventually
Presented itself.
As has been widely re-
ported, Schembri attended a
community meeting and a
concealed weapon he was car-
rying was not concealed
enough. Neighbors com-
plained and Schembri's critics
Son the county commission had
the final straw they nieedled to
.force him from his job.
While Schembri said when
asked, he did leave the
garage where the association
meeting was taking place, he
presented critics with the op-
portunity they needed.
He had already survived
county commission votes to
terminate him. When you are

But Anthony Schembri has


'Speaking of thin ice, state
Sen. Charlie Dean is involved'
in some Olympic skating
competition of his own as he
tries to explain that his barn
really is a barn.
: On. the--Sound Off3eh-art of
reader reaction, Sen:De~ali hit
themiother lode when hetried
to explain that his 4,00(}-
square-foot barn on the With-
rsidne rhlthe banhas
Living quarters, no one lives
there permaneh~tly That, ac-
cording to Sen. Dean, keeps
him within the letter ofthe law.
Because it was constructed
on agriculturally zoned prop-
erty and' houses farm equip-
Sment,the senator did not have
to get a county permit or pay
residential impact fees. He
drt an on te bnildi rn
bdu 40s 8 efot ban wsw
But pictures speak louder
Coun~tyo reid nth Caho
stately the barn looked, they
grew angry. We have not heen
able to publish half of tlie
.Sound Offs we've received on
the barn because we would-
n't have room for anything
else in the paper. And many
of those four-letter words we
won't print anyhow.
What Sen. Dean did was
within the.11mits of the law,
but we're back to that thin ice
again. When you represent
the voters of the state, it's
probably not a wise idea to
push the extreme himits ofr
what is acceptable..
See WIND\l~OW/Page C4


Michael Blowman practices the ~Frisbee toss last week at the Key Training Center.


WILSAWLIR .function in everyday life: situations. Learning how
Special to the Chijonicle to handle money, knowing how to read a name in the
restau rant, obeying laws and following rules, taking
arch marks N'ational Mental Retardation & medications, preparing meals, and keeping house
1\1Dev~elopmental Disabilities Aw'areness are all adaptive behavior skills..
M~ Ronth. Thle Key' Traini nCenter joins ~ Mental retardation is not the same as mental ill-
z ross thy-.co~~gin-efforts ess. Mi:R and mlental ill ness-are not the sa me con-
ra nde b ng and reduce myvths oftnen- d ition.aith igh they can ocet Ir in the same person.
I ~retardation through community education. Unlikeij~l nd Iillness, MR is always associated with
Whatis devlop enta diabilty? limited- intellectual capacity,; occurs before age 18,
Whatis development diabilty? and is a' e manent condition. In contrast, mental
Several terms a re commonly~ used when describ- illuksl~s~i associated with a part icular level of in-
!In. .~g an individual with a developmental disability, telligengYe, spay occur in a pej-son at any age: and is
including mentally challenged, physically chal- often temporary and treatable. Like all. other per-
lenged, cognitive disability, intellectual disability, sons idivid als withdiR ca becom In tasly ill
mental retardation (MVR) and developmental dis-
ability. Individuals with MR, autism, cerebral palsy, ': What are the causeS
spina bifida or Prader-Will syndrome may' be con-
sidered to hav~e a developmental disability. Of mental retardation?
A disability refers to personal limitations that` IVIR crosses all racial, social, and economic lines
represent a substantial disadvantage when at-ancnocuinnyfmy.Svrlhned
t-opempingtol funcitio ia'nsoity Poleas wuithl a de causes have been discovered, but in about 75 per-
oteso r x s thm eve tc a ly: t ers may ednt of ucu u~a ed hcausn rman usdu own.eSo e
knw ease 'o M eo "iouhr b c geti sandtanet upe of
have more than one disability. tinltbitciddddsae cik'~px
meas~len HCTIV envrironmental health h'azardsa and


sl~ru~ slr, lrlv lllrU IUI ILYU II
serious injury to the brain. .
What can' we do to help people
with mental retardation?
Helping people with disabilities live successful
lives in our community is what MR and Develop-
mental Disabilities Awyreriess 1Month, is all about,
But, how do qye do that? We do it by giving people
with developmental disabilities the opportunity, to
be our neighbors, our co-workers, and our friends.
People with developmental disabilities have hopes,
dreams, and desires just like us. They also experi-
~ence common emotions like sadness, anger, bore-
dom, and interest. They can learn, adjust socially,
and benefit from appropriate education, training,
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FOUR LEVELS OIF
MENTAL RETARDATION
The range of possible men-
tal retardation, based on both
IntellectuaL~and social crite--
ria, Is commonly divided into
four levels: mild, moderate,
severe and profound. The
level Is the mamn factor that
clsie rm sin i en tre prson
needs to live a comfortable
and productive life.
1. Mild: Persons often chn
merge into competitive labor
and daily community life with
minimal assistance.
2. Moderate: Persons may
need more training and sup.
port In order to live success.
fully in the community.
3. Severe: Persons need

sonsea net mitdo nideape-s-
abilities In addition to MR.
4. Profound: Persons need
a great deal of basic physical
care or supervision to live.
The majonty of persons
with MR has a mild or moder-
ate level of retardation and
can I~ve and work Independ-
ently or semi-independently
in the community.
Those with severe or pro.
found levels of MR can learn
to care for themselves and
function successfully In the
community with varying lev.
els of supervision.


What is mental `retardation? .
Nearlyr 3 percent of the general population has
.MR, which means L.out of every 10 families is af-
fected. An estimated 240,000 citizens in Florida
have a developmental disability. ~MR is a lifelong
cognitive disability originating sometime' between
birth and age 18. The person'$ general intellectual
functioning involving the ability to reason, learn,
solve problems, and understand is significantly
below airerage (roughly an IQ of 70 or below).
The person's behavior does not meet the level of
personal independence and social responsibility
expected of the person's age and culture. They have
significant limitations' in two or more adaptive be-
havriors that include the conceptual, social, and
practical skills that have to be learned in order to











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CITRUS COUNTY CHR C)NICLE


"fulstice without force is impotent, force without
justice is tyranny. Not being abke to makEe what
is just strong, we make what waS strong just.
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Kathle Stewart........:..................circulation director
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Cherl Harris.................:....................feaue editor
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'Youl may dfer with my choice, but not my right to choose.
David S. Arthurs publisher emeritus

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healthy ways of living. Those ef-
forts are most worthwhile and
should be strengthened whenever
possible. Yet, when hospitaliza-
tion is necessary, it is good to
have quality hospital care avail-
able. Citrus County is fortunate to
have excellent care provided by
forward-looking hospi as.
Dr. Ed Dodge
San Antonio, Texas

Politics as usual
Here it is, Sunday, March 22>
and I lie here in bed in Citrus Me-
morial hospital. A hospital aide
comes by and gives me a copy of
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Cridland and the two other of-
ficers on scene, dog handlers
Deputy Jim Davis and Deputy
Kevin Morton --who~had earlier
contact with Giacobbe after he
was acting strangely at a Crystal
River convenience store -
earned: Sheriff Jeff Dawsy's
praise for their response.
That Giacobbe apparently had
mental health is-
SSUE: sues points to a so-
cletal challenge
adly force. that may never be
fully managed, yet
PINION: that must be wholly
separated from the
e response. response of a law
enforcement officer
when his life is endangered.
When there's a split-second to
react to an attacker, deputies are
appropriately trained to shoot to
kill. With rushing adrenaline,
trying simply to wound the per-
son stands a huge chance of fail-
ing and could result in injury to
oneself and others.
SIt is gemliinely- sad that a life
was lost this past week; yet there
should be little doubt that our
deaptities responded with true
professiionalism when thrust
into a highly volatile situation.


r~he use of deadly force by a
'Isheriff's deputy' has
SI caused some to question if
lesser options could have been.
employed.
It goes without saying, taking a
life is not a desirable action. Yet
when a knife-wielding man stabs
Sheriff's K-9, then charges a
~eputy with a krnife, deadly force
is not only ~accept~-
able, it is appropri- THE I!
aite.
SCitrus Coun'ty law Use of de;
enforcement per-
sonnel are trained OUR Oe
for situations like
the one that hap- Apora
opened early Mon-
day.morning. The moment when
conversation turns to life-threat-
ening confrontation, a deputy
must rely on survival instiricts
`ingrained in training. With
adrenalin rushing and an unsta-
ble, muscular young man charg-
ing, the time `to contemplate
options had passed.
Deputy Todd Cridland did what
wa~s necessary when 26-year-old
I Domminc Giacobbe began to rush
hingitti~ an 8-inch-blade knrife --
the same blinf~'e sed to stab K-9
Mito moments before.


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never been able to go anywhere
with one or all of these dogs with-
out attracting attention. They are so
ugly, they are cute. I would hope
that any nursing home would not
allow any breed of dog or animal
that would be' a threat to any pa-
tient or other person in their facility.
If I saw anything that I felt would ~be
a threat to my mother or any other
patient at any nursing home, I
would certainly address that issue
immediately with whoever I could
~find at that moment. Our dogs are
also being trained for Hospice pa.
tient visitations.
Upbringing
This is about' the comment sbme-
one made' about pit bulls in a nurs-,
ing home. I have two pit bulls that
sleep,at the foot.of the bed with my
children. I think it's not about the
breed; it's about the person who
raises them. So please don't make
mean comments about~ pit bulls.


Bad rap
I am sick of these people putting
down pit bulls. My son raised a full-
blooded one named "Hooch." He
loved kids and people. I think if
people world teach people and kids
-to stay out of pets' faces no matter
what breed, that would help. The pit
bull gets a bad rap and it's no dif-
ferent than any other dog. I think
'I kids try to get their food and are al-
lowed to be mean to their pets. I
saw it myself. That's my opinion.
Breed correction '
I hope this will clear up any m7is.
understandingss about the dog in
the nursing home. I was also visit.
ing my mother at a nursing hoine in
Lecanto with one our family's dogs.
They are English bulldogs, not pit
bulls or American Staffordshires, a's
They are sometimes called. English
bulldogs are gentle, loving, playful
and devoted couch potatoes. I have


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on the front page is a picture of
State Sen. Charles Dean. He's
calling for an audit of Citrus Me-
morial Health System. He states,
"My concern is for the protection
of tax dollars and the taxing au-
thority," in a letter dated Feb. 27
to the state of Florida.
I almost broke out in laughter
thinking, now here's a Citrus
County politician genuinely con-
cerned and considerate of his fel-
low citizen taxpayers. Then I
remembered he's the guy who
built a big family barn with an at-
tached house on the banks of the
Withlacoochee River, and he re-
fused to pay his fair share of
money to our county, in the form
of impact~fees, permits and in-
spections,
A couple of days later, while I'm
still recuperating from my illness,
I read on the Chronicle's front
page that a politician in Citrus
.County is requesting that Florida
Attorney General Bill McCollum
make the determination if it's al-
right for Sen. Deign to not have to
pay his fair share of our taxes and
fees to Citrus County.
Can't you see where this is
going? One does not have to be
that stupid to see that in the end,
Sen. Dean does not have to pay.
Be assured, if it was you or me,
we'd not only have to pay, but we
would be hit with penalty fees for
"after the fact."
Oh, well, this is Citrus County
politics as usual.
Before calling for an audit of
our community hospital, perhaps
Sen. Dean should clean out his
own barn. The taxpaying resi-
dents of Citrus County deserve
better.
Frank Yetner
Lecanto


Rare occasion
SIt's a rare thing that I agree with the
editorial, but in this case, I do. The
Florida Pre-paid College Program does
not belong to the state lawmakers. It
belongs to the parents who put the
money ih. This is what's wrong. This is
outrageous. This is what's wrong with
our country. They're enticed
U D by the pot of money that
other people have saved be-
cause they haven't managed
to control their spending. You
Know, the lawmakers in
Washington all vote them.
selves a cost-of-living raise
every January while the rest
of us are making do without
-a raise for years. We've been
3j9 these same lawmakers aresvn f 3 er n o
looking at our 401(k)'s and
our savings accounts and thinking,
"Oh, look at this money. We ought to
be able to get our hands on this. Let's
make a law so we can get our hand on
these people's savings," when we've
saved for our retirement. We've got to
stand up, people.
Potluck promotion
The editorial of March 14 on
oluk wsw shsperb. Im fr d the
day of ptlucks Innthe county. My
phone number is 344-9833.


Ridiculous salaries
Come on, people of Citrus
County, wake up. Your board of ed-
ucation members are paid
.$30,000-plus for a part-time posi-
tion and our children's~ education is
: in jeopardy because of a lack of
teachers. The same thing applies to


our commissioners. This is
ridiculous, the salaries
these people make. They're
not entitled to it. I'll run for
electionn and if I'm voted in
I won't take any kind of a
salary.

Nut junk


ThankS SO muh~g
Words cannot express our ap-
preciation for the thoughts,
prayers and help our wonderful
community has extended to the
Bleakley fainiily during this veryr .
difficult time.
Our deepest thanks go out to the
many families, friends, teachers,
coaches and mentors who influ-
enced our wonderful son, Will,
throughout his life here in Citrus
County. Will positively influenced
and touched many lives during his
short time with us, and his legacy
will continue to be an inspiration
for all of us.
Thank you so very much for your
prayers, for your love and for your
support
The Bleakley family,
SBob, Betty and Blake
Crystal River

COunty is fortunate
Citrus Memorial hos ital has
looked after the health needs of
people in Citrus County for more
than 50 years, and it continues to
lead efforts to care for them. Hay-
ing seen CMH at work from many
perspc~tives ovrer:the-years,.I'I .
appreciative' of its beneficial im-
pact in this geographical area.
Paradoxically, one of the major
thrusts of my "Passion for
Health" column writing and Web
site work is to help inform and
lead people in such healthy pat-
terns of living that they have little
need of hospitals. It is a fact that
over half of all hospitalizations in
this country could be avoided if
people led more vibrantly healthy
lives. .
Among the good things about
CMH are its outreach programs to
help people learn and achieve


I'd like to say this to Sen. CAL
Charlie Dean: I don't blame
him for not taking out any 3
permits and just kind of
blowing off the system. It's
prety outg whe yu tke outo pr

by and they look for fault an' create
all sorts of problems for you, Man,
I'll tell you, that's the reason why a
lot of people aren'-t pulling permits.
They don't want nothing to do with
it. It's not a matter of paying a few
dollars. It's all the doggone grief
~that you get, I don't blame you
Sen. Charlie Dean, for not taking
out any permits. Neither would I.
It's just a bunch of nut junk.


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Some things I'mnot yet ready for, and Facebook is one of 'em


M y ~~ emlye alm Bigaon 8yer rs-hede u ie r
the "G~reenl Goblin." makes us one of the .oldest- packmng on behalf of clis- -
but I like tothitk of' businesses in ltowin. Thiis tomers when shipping:,out.
myself as thel "Green' doesn't make us the best, but packages. We also use: all
Lantern."Ire'mindthiemthat it's the new changes that bubble wrap and`st'ray
if this economy doesn't go we've adapted that make us peantiits from the 'drug
green, we al might be work- a better business. We're the store's incoming orders at
ing by way of lanterns. Al- best because we customize the post office for customers
though 'there isn't an in socializing with our cus- shipping, which saves bub-



business, to not The past year and freight company. I also have
onlyr make us nk a half I have recy- a cardboardyrecycling dump-
"~green,"f but also cled one ton of al- ster on,the premises.
to make my busi- <"~~~ ready recycled ."Going green" can also
ness more cost ef- medicationbottles. take place on the technolog-
fective. I bet C* We have installed ical side of a business. The
you're wondering hand dryers in all empty or used computer ink
how I continue to restrooms and use cartridges are recycled at
sho a rowng Ken Heimann ecldparinToner Patrol, along with the ,
margin if I can't GUIESTF the Itowel dis- empty or used cartridges
stimulate more COLUMIN pensers. We use from our fax and copy ma-
sales, more traffic "green" detergents, chines. Obsolete computers
flow and more adirertiding? in the restaurant, along with or broken computer items
This is how; it forces me to recycled cooking oil and all are sent to IGC of Inverness
work with what's at hand. the No. 10 cans used in the to be recycled. All of my
I cut expenses, not by cut- restaurant are recycled. The .sales reports and journals of
ting payroll, not the bread- five-gallori buckets and the two days' worth are printed
winners, and not someon'els one gallon! glass jars are all on each piece- of paper by
livelihood. We out expenses reused as storage in the reprinting on the backside. I
around us and still have em- restaurant. Any container have reduced the paper
ployees maiintaining their that shows the rotating trian- amount by reducing the
positions, which maintains a gle, specifically the No. -12 print size on the register
quality product, convenience plastic food containers, are journals, virhich takes less
along with excellent cus- reused by the restaurant for space and I get more on
tomer service. B &W Rexall storage containers. The every register journal. All
Drugs has in fact hired five restaurant is also equipped the air conditioners and
new employees in the last 30 with energy-eflicient appli- lights are set on timers.
days to fill five hew positions .ances. Don't feel like "going
necessary, not to sacrifice The pharmacy files that green" is a hassle or time
service by our growth in are to be destroyed are consuming; it's actually a
business, which is based on cross-shredded. The big box win-win situation. It's great
our B & W Rexall values. sends theirs to~a company for the environment as well
The B &' W Rexall Drugs that burns them, which cre- as cost efficient. So, join the
values our customers, em- ates air pollutants. The post green lantern and be a~hero
ployees and our community. office uses, the pharmacy's by "going green."


SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 2009 C3


faceted monster can do. column does the same thing,
No so with my wife. Cheryl but without offering the op-
is an online aficionado, and portunity for readers to retal-
nowadays my i ----- ate!"
sweetheart is into Back to 'Cheryl
something called : and Facebook: Ap-
"Facebook." As I parently the con-
understand it, sl,'trsa cept is "Facebook
Facebook is an on-. friends" become
line arrangement ongoing electronic
whereby' you tell ~ f j~~penpals. Iglanced
everyone you ~ pi~over my sweet-
k~now, as well as heart's shoulder a
everyonee they Fred Brannen few nights ago and
know, everything ASIE saw she hasnow 47
thee is about your 'Fcbo red.
life, including OF LIFXE That's more
sharing pictures -_ friends than I've
that most of those folks don't had in my entire lifetime,
really care to see. electronic or otherwise.
I heard that! Which one of Cheryl having friends
you said, "If that isn't the pot doesn't distress me, but I was
calling the kettle black! His taken aback at who her


friends are friends who've
not gone out of thbir way to
seek my participation in this
endeavor. All of OUR chil-
dren and their spouses are
her Facebook friends and a
dozen or more of MY cousins
are her friends. The coup de
grfice was my very own good
brother William is her friend.
When I complained,
Cheryl responded, "To have
friends, one must show them-
selves to be friendly."
I began to give it thought,
but wasn't certain I'm ready
to devote as much time as I
perceived would be needed
to keep up with such a proj-
ect. Then, the death knell for
such a venture, as least for
now, was dealt. As she sat at
her computer, Cheryl began


to giggle and invited me to
look at the most recent post-
ing on Facebook by our
daughter Becky. There for all
of her friends to see which
would have included me had
I been one of her Facebook
friends was my darling
baby girl's face emblazoned
on Wonder Woman's body! If
you are of the male persua-
sion and remember Lmnda
Carter dressed in that outfit,
you know just how wrong
such an image is.
I'm sorry, there are just
some things I'm not yet ready
for, and Pacebookis one of 'em.

1 ~ed Brannen is an
Inverness resident and a
Chronicle columnist.


he world has changed
time I've been an oc-
cupant, but nothing has
changed it more than the
modern computer. The first
computer I saw filled a build-
ing I don't really remember
the dimensions of the build-
ing, but it wasn't small; my
guess is it was 3,000 or more
square feet of space, and all
that marvelous piece of
equipment could do was post
checks and deposits to 20,000
checking accounts. Of course,
it was amazing to me, be-
cause prior to such capability
in a single machine, checking
accounts were posted on Bur-
roughs Bookkeeping ma-
chines, which were adding
machines that could consider


four columns and multiple
lines of figures at the same
time. The astounding part
was, at that time, posting the
records of 20,000 checking ac-
counts would have required
20 or more bookkeepers at 20
or more machines working a
full day at a fast pace.
Yes indeed, computers
have changed the world.
Even so, I still see them as
primarily a powerful adding
machine that also serves as a
typewriter which, if given the
chance, can correct erro-
neous spelling. Sure, I go on-
line occasionally to research
some of the zillion items of
information which are stored
on the World Wide Web,.but
I'm not really interested ~in
many of the things th~is multi-


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maybe even 1 cent for other
transportation, roads or
whatever, in the county. This
state needs to take care'of
its law enforcement people
and educational people and
it needs to be done anyway. A
1-,cent tax won't hurt any-
body. Two cents tax on a dol-
lar won't hurt anybody.
You're talking 50 cents on
$50 ~and that would help
everybody. Dean, Waite,
Fasanc ---anyorie who's tip
there should be pushing
for this' 1-cent sales tax and
it should be divided if need
be ... to those necessary
things we need. That way
other people who are visiting
our state will pay most of
those sales taxes,
Send a message
I was just reading your arti-
cle about the teachers. They're
kind of upset, and rightfully
so. I believe that in these eco-
nomic times, everyone should.
be trying to do their best to
pull us through this. Too bad
the school board does not take
a 50 percent cut in their'pa~y. It
would be nice if they could do
it before election, so everybody
knows what they'II be getting.


Lottery 100%}
Just reading the front page
of the Chronicle and the edu-
cators crying for more
money. I thought the~ Florida
State Lottery supported
schools an'd education. .
Where is that money going?
Smarter crookS :
"Rally in Tally."; Why more
education? What good is it
anyway?7 What problern~s have-
been solved by more educa-
tion? Seems the well edu-
cated still have character
defects. All we are left with
are smarter crooks. Our pres-
idents, our governments,
world, state and local, our
CEOs and school principals
were all Ivy Leaguers. We are
living with the results of more
education. I think all the
aforementioned are smart
freeloaders and also proof
that education doesn't work.
Just a penny
I'rn calling in regard to the
teachers who went to the
capital today to ask for the 1-
centitax for education. I be-
lieve that the taxes should be
1 cent for education, and


NhTER'S~ ISPRIII~NG
essly stand there lem with boats because
Neighbors com- boats shouldn't be speeding
and they ended up through there, anyway. But I
;igns up there saying don't understand. I've lived
ng.":!t tias a dead- -here for ove8r 50 ~years gnd
et a-nci-no reason to it's always been a belldh.
off from local fishing There's always kids in there
other thing they did, and there's always been
r Spur behind ABC boats through there, but
they've put rocks up boats were supposed to go
peet pole fro b yod the b oy. So I don't
hp rv ayas r c ro kno what's ~og with the

:ee he honl el s iypol n ounclpo

access unless you something for the kids. That
waterfront lot or go to was the only thing us kids
boat dock. This is in- had to do 50 years ago and,
d now they want to you know, there hasn't been
~n the beach area. any problem with it. So
NOt COOl somebody needs to tell the
boaters to slow down and put,


the buoys up whet'e they be-
long. That way they won't
have a problem and the kids
can still enjoy it because it's
a beautiful place.
Top priorities
The beach and children
should take priority. Swim-
mers were around before the
boaters.-The park should .be..
grandfathered in. It was there
first. I am a boater and we al-
ways have to watch for mana-
tees and people, and accept
that fact. Perhaps this goes
deeper to people with no em-
pathy and (who) desire exclu-
sivity in the area.
Homeowners do not own the
beach, and once they were
children making their own
memories.' Possibly limit the
park hours~seven days, 9 to
6. Boaters could go out ear-
lier or return later after fish-
ing or whatever.
Keep .spring
I'm calling in regards to
the controversy' over Hunter
Springs in Crystal River vs.
the boaters. I remember in
the '60s growing up in this
area, we went with family.
Hunter Springs was wonder-
ful. It had a long concrete
dock that used to go out over
the springs. We had a high-
dive and lower-dive. There
was a concession stand that
sold hamburgers, French
fries and snow-cones. There
wasa jukebox wihthe
background, "My Baby Love."
Florida will never be like it
was in the '60s, but please
don't take a beautiful area
like that away from the fami-
lies and the swimmers and
the community. The boats
have more areas to go than
people do to swim...So keep
H hunter Spri ngs for fa m lies.


plained ~
Putting s
~"No fishi
end stre~
cut that
there. An
on Cutlet
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own a w~
a public
sane ane
shut dow~


~This is in regards to Hunter
Springs beach being closed
to sw~itnriers; as a.young boy
'and girl who learned to sviirn
in the '30s, '40s and '50s,
along with our children,
grandchildren, families and .
great-grandchildren now.
Most people now who do not
own a car and have kids that ~


It' kl thyhv od teto
summertime in Crhy al River,
A~t the swimmers' he -dor
springs, as it was referred to
- our parents always knew
where the teenagers (were)
andrteook our arnily s t n
the people know that have
boats, that boat traffic has
always watched out for the
swimmers because they ,
know they're there. We can t
move our beach, but the
boaters can move their
boats. How about we have a
law that protects our swim-
ming as rnuch as the mana-
.tees .have
No parking
Hunter Springs: Looks like
the main reason the city
wants to close the Hunter
Springs beach swimming
area is for the benefit of the
kayak companies. When the
kayak companies are there,
there is very little parking for
others. The answer, maybe, is
to find a new launching area
for the kayaks, not to close
the swimming area. How
about the little-used city park
at the end of Third Street for
kayak launching?
Boats in the iway
If they're going to close
dowri Hunter Springs be-
cause the boats can't get by,
then they need to close down
Three Sisters, too, because
we live on the other side of it
and we can never get by with
the manatee boats out there
and all the people swimming
and chasing the manatees.
We just' have to set there
sometimes 30 minutes trying
to get through there.


What's this headline and
picture on the Sunday Chroni-
cle, "Close Hunter Springs."
No way. There aren't that
many places to go swimming
as it is, if yods don't live right
on the lake or got a boat .
Now they want to take away
Hunter Springs. Not cool,
man. I live in Inverness and I
go over -there-acouple times-a
year for a swim. It's a nice
spot, nice park to eat a
Checker burger or something.
No, don't close Hunter
Springs bad idea, npt cool.
Not fair, either. It's just cater-
ing to a small group of
boaters.
Let's do both
.Hunter Springs Beach
should remain a beach. I
bought a cottage in the area
because of the beach. It's
lovely to see the children
swim. It would be a shame
that you can't be able to
make a launch for the kayaks
and fora place for the chil-
dren. Why does it have to be
either or? Why can't it be
both? It's a beautiful little
park and it's great, clean fun.
for children. Leave it alone,
Just leave it alone and go find
something else to do with
your money in town. And no
lifeguards. We don't need a
lifeguard. Park's been around
for a long time. No lifeguard's
ever been there and we don't
need to pay for one now.
Let kids have it
This is in answer to them
wanting to close Hunter
Springs. It used to be called
Legion Beach years ago. I
have lived here for 50 years
and that's where we all went
swimming. It's always been
roped off, there's always
been buoys out there and
there's never been a prob-


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years.
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quarters~atl30 HeightsAve-
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Whrat are they thinking?
Regarding the city wanting
~to close down Hunter Springs
Beach: What in the world are
- the people at the city think-
- *ing? They're shutting down
g Provideveryt'hing around the city
s Provders and making it an inhos-
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- ~ago there was a little bridge
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new. As an elementary school student back in
the 1940s, my parents would warn me and my
siblings to stay out of trouble or we could be
sent to Marianna Juvenile Detention. We were
told that children would be taken to a special
room on a daily basis and beaten half to death
with leather -straps, that a man would use a
whip so strong that it took both his hands to
swing the whip while beating thle children, that
some children died from the beatings and oth-
ers were sodomized on a regular basis. I've
knowri about the Marianna house of horrors for
more than 55 years. The state covered up the
. beatings and deaths as a necessary method of
discipline. Nobody in those days ever raised a
voice of concern or objection. They just turned
their heads away from the truth.
Disgusted
Today I was at the recycling bins on4(fAling-
StortStreet in Inverness. I have never seen
such a disgusting sight. The plastic bins were
overflowing and there were dozens of plastic
bags full of bottles on the ground. The
county wants to save the dump from these
items, but they can't,empty the bins. I'm not
Srecycling anymore except for my newspapers
That I take to my VFW Post.
Tricky tray
The Catholic Wortien's Club of. Our Lady of
Fatima Church would like to thank the follow-
ing merchants for their donations to our.
"Tricky Tray" on March 14: Two Sisters
Restaurant, Beverly. Hills Subway, Sports-
men's Bowling, Inverness Country Club, Little
Italy, Cockadoodle's, Joe's Restaurant, Urbatt
Suburban Hair Salon,- Stumpknockers, Win~n-i
Dixie, Point O'Woods Golf Course and Cinna-
mon Sticks. Th-ank you so much.
Too big for britches
AIG was bailed out because it was felt that
they were just too big to be allowed to fail.
.But now, saying they will give bonuses to the
incompetents who, brought them to the brink
of extinction, it appears the only thing they
got too big for were their britches. If bonus
envelopes are given out, pink slips should be
attached to each and every check.

In regard to a writer's letter in the March 16
Chronicle: Gary Maidhof's mind is' closed to
the feline Trap, Neuter and Return Program for
a good reason. It is against the law for anyone
to release cats into the open community. They
are either to be caged, in a dwelling, or on a
leash. Don't ask for anyone to break the laws.
Please be informed,


I really think your justifi-
cation ofMr. Lawson's disre-
gard for the rules (laws) and
not getting the permits he
should have gotten is a poor
example. People all over the
irounty are upset that they.
had to get permits~ to do
things and Mr. Lawson has-
n't. I have heard many peo, '
ple say -they won't get any
more permits if theyr let Mr.
Lawson getby with this. Your
statements only added -fuel -
to this fire. ..
Your statement that half.*
million-dollar~homes arenext
to trailers that lean a little bit
to the right is a slight exag-
geration, but they are homes,
not businesses. They also do
not ~have motorcycles racing
their engines, car horns honk-
ing when they lock their cars,
people talking arid laughing
just 118 feet from their bed-
room windows so that they
can't open their windows for
the noise. They are homes,' as
you stated maybe rich next to
poor, but still all the same
homes. All the other bars are
located in commercial zoning
as it should be.
Is this the kind of business
and businessman you would
lke next to your home? I bet
if I took 20 ~or 30 of the pa-
trons over to your house and
you had to listen to the mo-
torcycles hundreds of times
a week and hear the horns
honking and the people talk-
ing and laughing all day and
night, you would be ready to
call the police on me. Also,
you said that the localds did-
n't want to, have the place
closed. I turned into the
.county commission a peti-
tion with a hundred names
of local people who -didn' ,
want this bar.
I have lived next to the lih
house for 40 years and a-
lowed the fishermen to use
tpaert raourhelapneddo huse
pard by signing to close the
buil the Facesez Ne we Ind

Mlr. Lawson can run a sub-
cessful business (your state-
ment) where it is not
supposed to be located. I
have been told that the worst
thing for my health condition
is to be under stress. I have
lived the past two years with
threats to burn my home
down, people coming into
my yard on motorcycles
doing donuts in my front
yard and driving up and
down in front of my house
glaring at me and giving me
nasty hand signals, people
being told at the bar that I
am a nasty old lady and vani-
ous other things, not to men-
tion the letters to the editor
saying what a nice man Mr.
Lawson is and I'm just an old
lady complaining about
nohng. sereal dn't dbe
treatment and Ido think I
deserve to live out my life in
peace. I just, wanted you to
knosti how much statements
people make and decisions
that government workers
make can adversely affect a
person's life, especially
when they have done noth-
ing wrong.-


wonder when that was put
in. Maybe after the No-
Name Storm iri 1993?
First, I would like to com-
ruent on your statement
about the present owner of
thie bar, who apparently did-
n't follow all the "rules"
when he opened the bar a
year ago. I believe you Aivill
find he not only didn't follow
all 'the rules, he ignored
them. He did not get permits
for work inside the bar in-
side nor the docks outside.
No electrical. permits, no
plumbing permits, no noth-
ing. I believe that constitutes
a littldi more than not follow-
ing the rules.
1. In the letter Mr. Lawson
sent to the county asking for
the change of use, he was
less than tr~uthrul. The. fish
house w\as esrata~shed. iti
Cedar Key, Fla., in 1962, not ~
Homosassa, and was oper-
ated out of t he Harofiton fish
house w~hen it left Cedar Key
for awhile until the present
building wvas built in l967. .
.Somehow when Mr. Law..
sat applied for the change of
use, Chuck Dixon did not
find it necessary to inform
thre people who lived around
the property that there was a
change of use being applied
for. Nor did Mr. Lawson fill
out an application. Mr. Dixon
put the request into the
GFLUMUNwith little ixotation
to staff members` to do so on
Mr. Lawson's letter.
2. On IVr. Lawson's appli-
cation to the state to obtain
his beer and wine license, he
nas reked ifhe ha ch'
answered no. Yet he~ was reg-
istered $ith the sheriff 's of-
fite as a convicted felon.
Jeanette Co lins signed off
on Mr. Lawson's 2COP (con-
sume on premises) beverage
license, but told him he
coul u tn latpol dhr nk on

just to sell it in containers. If
Jhe was not supposed to ssellhit

signed off on a 2COP bever-
age license instead of one
that only allowed selling in
containers?
My husband was 80 years
old when he died, he had
never been arrested for any-
thing. I am 73 years old and I
have never been arrested for
anything. I received only one
traffic ticket in my life. It was
for running a red light on a
"T"' intersection. To give you
some idea of when that was,
the fine was $15, which I
went straight to the police
station and paid. The fact
that I paid it at the police
station shoulld also give you
an idea of how long ago that
was. None of my children
have been arrested. None of
them have ever been on
drugs, as you seem to feel
aosass rahseep b caus
this guy in the flood did. And
by the way, two of my sons
were: in boats and trucks get-
ting the people out of the
flooded area also-
3. MZr Lawvson's blatant dis-
regard for the lawv is of con-
cern to me. Is this the example
we wish to portray to our chil-
dren and grandchildren?


SEORGEANNA PHELPS
jfpecial to the Chronicle
I have' had many, many
calls telling me about Chron-
iele Publisher Gerry Mulli-
ga~n's-statements concerning
he~ Freezer.1I may 'be pre-
shijnptuous, but I think that
yPilr statement about admi-
rkition for~ the comniunity
lQadership ofone ofthe clos-
eSt~ neighbors coxild be me. I
hKipe so, because I have al-
\gays felt that your paper has
afi~vays treated me -with
rliuch respect and kindness
aft~d I~have been very appre- ~
elative of your support over
t~e years with my projects.
I~ would like -to let' you
1mrsow t~ha~t I was a little
shocked when they read ~me
tt~e part about the people
W;ho gre\s ed '3lfe
to, the wra ty ~~i~~~i~
al-en't re .' big onl the idea
df rules. Pan't speak for all
the people that grew up
He~re, but one (my son Tay-
1(t), ~gas borqn here; and all
f~iir of my' children ~ere
raised in Homosassa. I- can,
oweve~~r, speak for my fadm-

:We purchased this prop-
t7y in 1955 and did like
eBryoibe else in all of Citrus
Qgyunty did when there were
140 zoning laws. We built
withoutt permits because
tigey did not exist. My hus-
bpnd and I built our house
with our own hands and the
1pllp of our children.. It was
very hard, as we were a fam-
i~ of six and my husband
worked in Tampa ahd drove
t~ and from work each day.
:We saved. money, and as
we had enough .to buy
shei~etrock' or a meter box or
Eby-4's, we got them and put
them up. When the school
ifouse burnt dodrh and the
county was selling the used

\tent"o the usnch aee
Mought $20 .worth of bricks
~d clan d tahnedn hoeb 1-d

-s i h the poe at t
lthar looking over the fence at
tis and talking and laughing).
It vas'piecenrical an'd took us
1) years to complete, but we
have never had a mortgage
qP the! house and when the
zpning came iinto effect, we
stopped what was no longer
allowed and we also applied
~yd received a permit to
build the barbeque.
iI, think that you have
IAdniedl the people of Old
14omosassa with a broad
Bush that no ~longer holds
~int. Most of the people
that~ I lorow and many of
them were born here and
rianly who moved here -- do
d'bide by the law and follow -
the rules. The reputation of
20 or 30 years ago still seems
tb stick to Old Homosassa.
The persqohnyou wer talki

floated awayrwas no differ-
egat -tan that of the Cedar
Xeyv Fish Cormpanys whose
s~pptic tank wn~as five barrels
ftlehd with rock. And accodl-
ilgg to the Health Depart-
I~tent, (IA~eezer owner) MWr.
IXawson hasn't gotten his
sgptic tank in yet, either. He
has only a1 holding tank. I


and if the occasion arises, you
will be paid back
So once again the lesson is
clear: if you want to play a
high-profile life in the Sun-
shine State, take up any sport
other than skating on thin ice.
It's too easy to fall in,

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elected official take advan-
tage of loophole, the reac-
tions are never positive.
Interestingly, the original
complaints against Sen.
Dean's barn were generated
from folks who had a not-so-
good relationship with him
whise hh was sh rHffbD an
he went to Tallahassee and,
as shei, you tend to put peo-
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Take it back
I see AIG still shelled out bonuses to its exec-
utives because the government cannot legally
stop them. Well, what the government can do
is take our money back from them and not give
them money and let them go under. And that's
what they ought to do. And Chrysler, I see, al-
ready is going to need billions more in July. I
say let these companies go under. It ain't doing
us no good. We're going broke and we'll be
broke forever. These companies are thumbing
their nose at the government, giving bonuses
out of the money they're gettirig. They're not
worried about the business. They're worri d
about lining their own pockets. So I say it's
time to quit giving money to these companies,
Give thedroney to the pe ple ind tis cu u
tha nee i you know, te indvua wokng
people and the people outof ~werk not to
these big companies that don't do noth ng but
thumb their nose at us and take our tax money
for bonuses.
Change your mind
Subicoast Parkway. Somebody that drives
thep.r.karway every day knowswvhat the need
is -- that we need it. We only have one road
out of South Florida and that's 1-75 and
(U.SI 19:, which is a parking lot. So drive it
and .sea what the difference is. You'll change
your mind about whether we need a parking
lot or not instead of a good thruway-
Miss them already
SThe closing of the Crystal Cobbler is, un-
fortunately, a sign of the bad economy. I was
afraid it was due to illness,'b'u~tthe lady in '
the store next door assured me that was not
the case. Richard did exceptionally fine work
... It is very sad to see such a talented man
lose his living. I miss them already. Ann from
Ireland ... I really liked Mr. Mulligan's piece
yesterday (March 15).
Great job
Mr. Obama, you're~ doing a fine job. You've
done more in your first 60 days on the job
than George Bush did in eight years. I'll bet
the Republicans are glad now that their So-
cial Security isn't connected to the stock
market. Great idea, George. Now President
Obama just signed Bill HR235 when it comes
across his desk, eliminating the WEP and the
GPO, and we can all live happily ever after.
House of horrorS
SI read this week's Chronicle story about the
juvenile detention center known as Marianna.
This~was an informative article, but nothing


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ment is high, business is off,
investments are in the tank
an up litigns are taH on
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few bucks and a~good cause
gets a few bucks. Why not in-, .:
vestigate the lottery? Since tlE:
proceeds of that is supposed;;?
to go to the schools, why are-d
the schools broke? I heard
that the lottery is exempt from;
any kind of audit or investigate '
tion. How convenient. 1
Stop littering
We need a phone number ta:
report people that are littering a
along the highway. Yesterday ;
was Monday (March 16) and ::
was on my way to Inverness on
(State Road) 44 when a truck .:
ahead of me, he was pulling a:-
separate 40-foot trailer loaded
with junk with no tarp, and the
contents was flying off. There r
was a huge door that fell off iren
frnt o me abow lej I ans :
flying debris, who would have ;.
cared? It would have been me -
be aus there's noewestpooni

birty. We need a poe num- i.
people in and get something
done about the litter,
Watch for runners
I have a suggestion to make.
Rather than paying Deltona
again, put a camera there to
catch these red-light runners
at Citrus Springs and (U.S.)
41. I was almost killed by a
guy going at least 60 mph who
never even slowed down. Luck-
ily the car next to me turning
left I was going straight
across the street hesitated.
So I did, as well. This is about
the third time in the last two
weeks...People on their phone
just running the r~ed light as if~;
it wasn't even there. So the
county could make a lot of
money if they would just put &i~
camera there and catch those
red-light runners and collect .
the cash and probably protect
the public, as well.


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Brush woman
Good afternoon. My name
is Mary Guinn. I'm a Fuller
Brush distributor. My tele-
phone number is 746-4825.
There was an article in the
Spund Off column. Some-
one's looking for a Fuller
rBersush diisttitboutor and I am

Brush woman 2
I was reading the "Brush-
ing up" in your column today
and someone wanted to know
a Fuller Brush representative.
I am Marilyn Whittaker, I live
in Beverly Hills anct my phone
number is 527-2769. I've
been selling Fuller Brushes
for a few years.
Hidden money
Why doesn't the U.S. gov-
ernment stand up to the
Am ri n Internation~alGroup

foues raye i Ithe CEOs
and the government attorney ~
followed up, the taxpayers
would find out what taxes
were paid by the CEO and
what country is benefiting by
his hidden money.
criminal mind
Suddenly, I'm a criminal. My
crimes: 1. I took a dish to a
potluck dinner. 2. I bought a
50/50 ticket from the VFW for
charity with my Florida Lottery
money. 3. I attached my out.
side dog to his house more
than one hour so he doesn't
roam loose. I walk him on a
leash every day. 4. I neglected
to carry a gun around town in
the open so I could qualify for
$64,000. I sure could use that
money. I'mr on a fixed income,
you know; And-1 don't recall
any livestock that needed a
flush toileti, a bedroom or could
cook.


I'm calling the Chronicle
because I'd like to know, gas
out here is $1.99. My brother
called me in New Jersey and
regular gas in New Jersey is
$1.56. Why such a large mar-
gin of difference? I'd really
e i~ the government to ex-


Janel I IL I CII I, HG~ III~ LI 10
effort of bringing my newspa-
per to the door and placing it
on the bench so it
doesn't get wet. 1 .
want to thank her b~e-
cause I really appreci-
ate it. She is a big
help. Thank you.


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can anyone want soc alistic
policies to succeed in the
USA.? That's what he wants to
fail. Try listening to his pro-
gram for what h~e actually said.
Big fish to fr
I can't believe the ABT
doesn't have bigger fish to fry
than the nonprofit organiza-
tions legal or illegal, what-
ever. What makes it enjoyable
is knowing the proceeds go
into the community. If an indi-
vidual has a problem by
spending too much, that's a
pi-ivate household issue. Why
punish everyone? What possi-
ble harm can a 50/50 draw-
ing do? Someone can win a


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the economy by raising prices
to remodel a store that I did-
n't ask to be remod-
Ieled? It was fine the
way it is. All they're
doing is moving
shelves around.
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a hard time breathing and same can of soup for $1.50 says ever listen to his pro-
walking, and she is so kind just and now I see they're remod- gram? It seems as if what they
getting my newspaper close to eling (the store) and that are complaining about comes
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The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome SGN Wireless as new members of the Chamber of Commerce-
Pictured above are representatives from SGN Wireless and Chamber Ambassadors Jennifer Duca, Jessica Holcomb, Lillian Smith,
Diane Smith, Wendy Hall, David Heinz, Jackie Marx, Janet Mayo andl John Porter. SGN Wireless, your Authorized AT&T Dealer
for Inverness and Citrus County. Open seven days a week for your wireless device and accessory needs, we are conveniently
located near the Hwy 41 and Hwy 44 intersection. Stop in and tell us about where you work you may qualify for an employee
discount on your monthly wireless service. We have a wide variety of cell phones available to choose from, whether you're in-
terested in a basic phone or prefer a more sophisticated PDA Windows Mobile, Palm, or Blackberry. We'll help you set it up
and learn to use your new phone as well. We pride ourselves in excellent service after the sale, and we're always available for
your questions or concerns about your wireless service or phone features. We are located at 1102 Hwy 41 in Inverness. Call us
today at 352-341-3004.

Rex Young Massage Therapy


Recently, a ribbon cutting ceremony was held, welcoming Rex Young Massage Therapy as new members of the Citrus County
Chamber of Commerce. Rex Young Massage Therapy located at 3600 E. Hwy 44 in Inverness. Shown are Rex Young LMT and
Emily Antonen LMT, Rex Young Massage Therapy provides massage for the purpose of promoting good health, stress reduce
tion, and the therapeutic treatment of muscular dysfunction. Representing the Chamber are Ambassadors Janet Mayo, Rhonda
ILestinsky, David Heinz, Pete Burrell, John Porter, Jessica Holcomb and Lillian Smith. For more Information please contact Rex
at (352) 201-2570 or Emily at (352) 637-3344 or visit us at www.rexmassage.com We are located at 3600 E. Gulf to Lake
Hwy. in inverness,


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Workforce Connection will
host a Citrus County Job and
Career Fair on April 28 from
10 am. to 1 p.m. at Citrus
County Board of Realtors at
714 S. Scarboro Avenue. Em-
ployer booths, at no charge,
are available by calling
Cathy Roche at 353-637-2223
or mailing her at
croche@clmworkforce.com.
National Emergency
Grant (NEG) services for dis-
located manufacturing
workers will also be fea-
tured at the event. The NEG
grant provides training
scholarships for qualified
job candidates, relocation
assistance and support serv-
ices for laid-off employees
from 12 regional manufac-
turers. Educational partners
will be on hand to discuss
opportunities available to
re-train for a new career. To
see if what companies are
covered under this special
grant, go to wwww.clmwork-
force.com and click on News
and Press Release, NEG


Grant.
Job candidates can find
job fair tips and information
on pre-registration on the
web site, too. Copies of re-
sumes can be niade at the
Workforce Centers in Citrus
County One Stop Workforce
Center at 1103 E. Inverness
Blvd. Directions to the cen-
ter is available on the web-
site. For more information
call (352) 637-2223, Citrus
County, or 1-800-434-5627.
Workforce Connection is a
member, of Employ Florida
Marketplace and is an equal
opportunity employer/pro-
gram. Auxiliary aids and
services are available upon
request to individuals with
disabilities. All voice tele-
phone nuinbers listed above
may be reached by persons
using TTY/TDD equipment
via the Florida Relay Serv-
ice at 711. If you need ac-
commodations, please call
352-840-5700, ext. 7878 or e-
mail accommodations@
clmworkforce.com


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cleaned. The Humanitarians'
Manchester House look for
the white building with the
brightly colored paw prints is
on the corner of State Road 44
and Conant Avenue, east of
Crystal River. To view our kit-
tens and cats. go on-line at
www~hofspha.org, or call 563-
2370.
aga
Market Day with Art is every
2nd Saturday of the Mohth.
This event is locationed on the
grounds of Heritage~ Village, in
the heart of Historic Downtown
Crystal River (Heritage Side).
Our next show is Saturday,April
11th. This event will be from 10
a.m. till 3 p.m. Falling on Easter
week-end, this Spring theme will
be accompanied by Fresh Pro-
duce, Herbs, Plants, Flow-
ers, and Food. Creative
Talents sold by Local Artists,
Crafters, Musicians and more.
To participate as a vendor con-
tact Laura Lou at 352-564-
1400.
gaa
Hello everyone again! Spring
is here and I hope of you have
been well. We have great new
designs in Jewelry classes, Kids
classes coming up for the sum-
mer, new products, and pretty
soon we will be carrying Scuply
and Primo Clay. As always, we
carry the highest quality mer-
chandise at the Best prices! We
have all kinds of classes booked


cia Balonis.
Hope to see you soon. Bead
Happy! Circle of Fire Art & Bead
Shop, 1813 US 41 N. Inverness
352-344-3473
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The April meeting of the Cit-
rus Aviation Association will be
held on April 23 at the Crystal
River Airport starting at 6:30 pm.
Mr. "Waldy" Malouf, ESQ will
make a presentation on his ex-
periences as a mechanic with
the VMF-214, Black Sheep
Squadron, a US Marine Corps
fighter squadron in WW2, com-
manded by Gregory 'Pappy'
Boyington. Spouses, guests and
members of the general public
are welcome to attend meet-
ings.
gag
Riverside Gallery & Gifts of
Old Homosassa has just cele-
brated their 1st anniversary. We
were happy to host the students
of Bill Dickerson's art class from
West Citrus Community Center.
You'll find their work in the
Gallery. We will be signing up
new students for classes to be
held at the Gallery. Stop in and
enroll in classes to start April
1st. All painting media except
oils will be held April 1st we will
be starting our "Lazy Days of
Summer Hours." Mon. Thurs.
10am to 5pm, Fri. & Sat. 10am
7pm & Sun. 10am 4pm.
Riverside Gallery & Gifts is lo-
cated at 5366 S. Cherokee Way
in Homosassa, (352) 503-6317.


Glass River Gallery recently
hosted Shane Fero, an intema-
tionally known glass artist on
Saturday, March 14' at 6:30pm.
Shane's lecture was titled, The
History of Flame Working and
The Work of Shane Fero and
was presented in a multi-media
format. Shane discussed the ori-
gin of flame working with a spe-
cial emphasis on how overseas
glass communities such as
Lauscha Germany have im-
pacted glass art in the United
States. After his lecture, atten-
dees had an opportunity to
speak with the artist and view
some of his work which was on
display at the Gallery. Glass
River Gallery is already working
on their next educational event
including other events such as
musical concerts and plays. The
Gallery is located at 7620 S. US
Hwy. 41, Dunnellon, FL 34432
and it is inside the McDonough
Capital Management Building.
If you would like additional in-
formation on upcoming cultural
events, please contact Lanse K.
Fero at (352) 465-6555 or
Info@GlassRiverGallery.net.
HWM
The Citrus team of Hernando-
Pasco Hospice (HPH) cordially
invites anyone in the community
who has lost a loved one to at-
tend one of the Time for Remem-
brance services on Tuesday, *
March 31 at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. at
the Whispering Pines Park in In-


mosassa Springs Wildlife Park at
2 p.m. and 6 p.m. HPH chaplains
will lead the hour-long services
with support from the not-for-
profit agencies bereavement
counselors. The hour- long inter-
faith ceremony includes music,
poetry, and the opportunity to re-
member your loved one in a spe-
cial way. One does not need to
have lost a loved one under
HPH's care to be part of these
meaningful services. Children
are welcome. Pre-registration is
not necessary and, as always,
there is no charge to participate.
HPH will also host Time for Re-
membrance services in Her-
nando and Pasco counties.
Hernando-Pasco Hospice, a not-
for-profit agency initially licensed
in 1984, provides, care, comfort,
and support to more than 1,000
individuals affected by a life-limit-
ing illness in Citrus, Pasco, and
Hernando counties. For more in-
formation on the Citrus team of
HPH call (352) 527-4600 or visit
www.hphospice.org.
MM 5
On Sunday, April 12 and April
26, the Humanitarians of Florida,
Inc., will hold its feline adoption-
a-thon. Come and visit our kit-
tens and cats from noon to 4
p.m. All our felines are
spayed/neutered, litter box
trained, and tested for feline
leukemia and AIDS. They have
been given age-appropriate vac-
cines and flea preventative, and
their nails trimmed and ears


Recently a ribbon cutting ceremony was held welcoming Signature Dental Care, PA as new members of the Citrus County Cham-
ber of Commerce. Representing Signature Dental Care, PA are from left to right: Joyce Diss, Dr. Lisa Schnell, Tami Corbin,
Tracey Luckett. Representing the Chamber are Ambassadors Megan Ennis, Rhonda Lestinsky, Janet Mayo, Dan Pushee, Jackie
Marx, Pete Burrell, Tammy LaVelle, Jennifer Duca, John Porter and Diane Smith. We are welcoming new patients to our beau-
tiful office. We provide the latest in technology in a caring, comfortable atmosphere. We are located at 7062 W. Gulf to Lake
Hwy in Crystal River. Please call our omfce at 794-7425 to schedule your appointment.


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structuring, including executive
pay cuts and labor costs that match
Japanese automakers. Both com-
panies also must persuade the
United Auto Workers to take equity
in exchange for half of the pay-
ments the companies must make to
union-run trust funds that will take
over retiree health care costs start-
ing next year. And they must get
debtholders to swap equity for two-
thirds of the companies' debt.
"There may be more extensive
conditions than were laid out ini-
tially in the term sheets," the per-
son said. .
Both companies face a Tuesday
deadline to turn in finished re-
structuring plans to the govern-


ment, but neither company is likely
to have everything done.
Neither GM nor Chrysler have
deals with the union on the trust
funding or concessions from their
debtholders, although talks are
continuing.
"Our union is continuing to work
with the task force and the auto
companies to findl a solution to the
may issues we face," UAW Presi-
dent Ron Gettelfinger said Friday
through a spokeswoman.
President Barack Obama made
clear Thursday that the companies
would face having to make tough
concessions for additional aid, but
it was unclear if that meant con-
cessions beyond the initial


loan terms.
The president said if the compa-
nies were "not willing to make the
changes and the restructuring
that are necessary, then I'm not
willing to have taxpayer money
chase after bad money."
He said the current business
model for the U.S. auto industry
was unsustainable and various in-
dustry stakeholders suppliers,
unions, creditors, dealers -would
need to make concessions.
A task force created by Obama
has been meeting with industry of-
ficials and reviewing restructuring
plans submitted by the companies
to revitalize the industry through
shared sacrifices.


Associated Press


plan for the auto industry on Mon-
day. White House press secretary
Robert Gibbs said Obama's auto
task force was "winding down the
decisions that have to be made"
and finalizing the plan.
Both automakers are' operating
on a total of $17.4 billion in govern-
ment loans, trying to weather the
worst auto sales downturn in 27
years. In addition, GM is seeking
another $16.6 billion, while
Chrysler wants $5 billion more.
General Motors CEO Rick Wag-
oner met with members of the task
force on Friday, an Obama admin-
istration official said.
The term sheets that came with
the first loans require extensivrere-


DETROIT -The Obama admin'-
istration is likely to impose deeper
concessions on Chrysler LLC and
General Motors Corp. in exchange
for additional federal loans, a per-
son briefed on the government's
plan said Fr~iday.
The concessions could go be-
yondthe requirements imposed by
the Bush administration when it
agreed to loan the automakers
money last year, said the.,person,
who asked not to be identify led~ be-
cause the government's plans have
not been revealed.
President Barack Obama will
announce the administration's


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Of course,
w York there are no

xtchang sinsthat bar-wl

paten :~wicth u:cash.
kind of ''Professor An-
drew Whin-
ering. ston at the
University of
Texas at
:Austin, who has written
about bartering, said the In-
ternet has made bartering
easier, just as eBay has made
it easier to sell things that
used to sit in the attic for
years.
He doesn't see bartering as
something that will "take
over the world," but said no-
body knows for sure what's
going to happen next with the
markets that rely on credit
and currency. .

goeM toaly dow h odnrain
we'll all be bartering," said
Whinston. "I'll be selling
copies of my~ articles in aca-
demic journals foir a meal at`
a restaurant.


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stock prices can vary widely
fr~om their prices on overseas
exchanges.
China's market "is a very
volatile, rtimor-driven mar-
ket," said Richard Gao, man-
ager of the Matthews China
Flind (MCHFX), which is up
nrear~ly 3 percent this year.
The amount of money that
average Chinese investors
have put in their stock mar-
'ket is relatively small,. and
that small pool means volatil-
ity is more likely than in a
huge .market like in the
:United States, Harriss said: .
SThe Chinese domestic
market "doesn't really act as


a good barometer of ~eco-
nomic performance,'' he said'
"From a retail investor per-
spective, there isn't a lot of
understanding of how equi-
ties~work, and virhat drivres
stock valuations.
So what's a foreign investor
interested in getting a piece
of emerging market action to
do? China and all emerg-
mng markets --can otrer good
prospects ifyou're looking to
build a retirement nest egg
for the long haul. But expect
.a rough ride along the way.
W~ith China, you're buying
into a growing and develop-
ing consumer market, an .
That is the underlying story,"
Harriss said. "Don't b~iy top
much ofthe hoopla, aind don't
buy intoy the dloom-mongering
either. It's an emerging ~mar-
ket, and of course there' are
stresses and strains with a
developing economy."


Continued fromPag~j e D1 ~

lessons that can applyr to Some
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economiess and markets are on for
maturing. Heer are some some ipl
reasons why; you, shouldn't hese in
expect an investment in a their. d
China fund to match the fir- have vai
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communist government's re- The C
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cess 'to China's domestic ket. -B1
market known as its "!A investor
share".market. But for most govern
of us, investing ,in China China's
means buying mutual funds lems ov
that are t~i'aded on exchanges ping del
outside China, like Hong ;. E MA
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problems. Ratherthan doinrgthat, will
.might suggest that the executor sell the
home and divide the money in whatever
proportion she feels is equitable and in
Keeping with her feelings on the matter,
DEAR BRUCE:: Iainn 50. I was a stayt
at-home mom, then divorced, and did
not have steady employment until re-
cently. I now have a good-paying job that
I started in May 2008. I am saving for re-
Stirement for the firSt time in my life.1iy
employer offers an investment, to which
SI contributed $3,500 this year, but it has
lost $1,000 in the stock market since
May. When I started~ with this company,
I stopped contributing to it. I have saved
aboxit $15,000 in my checking account,
Which I would like to invest for retire-
ment, but do not want to lose the princi-
pal. KM., via e-mail :
DEAR KMI.: I understand your frus-
traition with the current marketplace.
You also are getting some tax advantage,
however minor. Your investment in the
retirement account should be contin-
Sued. At 50, you have at least 15 years to
continue to contribute and get paid for
the contribution. In all likelihood, the
marketplace will have recovered very
nicely by that time. As to the $15,000 in
Your checking account, unless you are
willing to take some risk and you may
nothbe at this point -you can only be as-
sured of a tiny interest rate that will not
work in your favor. Consider a i-egular
purchase of either mutual funds or di-
rect stock purchases in companies that
you believe have a future. A decade or
so from now the prices you will see
today are going to look like the world's
greatest bargains. ~
DEAR BRUCE: My husband and I are
working on paying off our mortgage by
September 2009. We are. puttingievery-
thing we have In our savings toward the
mortgage. We have decided to live on a
4'very strict budget to meet this goal. The
only other debt we have is a $5,000 truck
loan. We also have a CD that will mature
next year. Should we put this toward the
mortgage to pay off ,our. house even
faster? As of today, we owe $14,000 on


of 25 percent of the unpaid
;amount.
There's also a failure-to-
pay penalty of 0.5 percent of
the unpaid taxes for each
month or part of a month
after the~ due date. And, on
top of that, there's interest on
the unpaid amount; as lof
April 1, the government will
charge 3 percent, -com-
pounded daily.
MSathis said the IRS can
waive penalties. The agency's
Web site says, "you will not
have to pay a failure-to-file
penalty if you can show that
you failed to file on time be-
cause of reasonable cause
and not because of willful
neglect." In other woi'ds, pro-
crastinating or worrying
about having the money to
pay won't excuse you from
penalties.
The IRS cannot by law
waive interest due on unpaid
taxes, Mathis said.
STo get an extension, a tax
payer needs to complete
Form 4868 and send it either
electronically or by regular
mail or `overnight delivery
service before the April 15
deadline. It's a good idea to
get proof of mailing either
from the post office or the de-
livery service you use.
Form 4868 is just about as
short as an IRS form can,be.
You need your name, address,
Social Security number and
estimate of your tax liability.
Ifyou.send a payment, you
can either enclose a check
with a paper Form 4868, or, no
matter which way you file,
use one of the payment serv-
ices listed in the Form 4868
instructions.
For more information
about extensions, and to
download Form 4868, owners
should visit the IRS Web site,
www.irs.gov.


Sour house. Please share your thoughts, I
am 37 and could use all the expert ad-
vice I can get. L.A, yia e-mail
DEAR. L.A: I don't think that you
should~ be paying down your house in
the way that you mentioned, and I
Should surely not take the money out of
a. CD to ~continue paying it faster. As
These words are written, the market-
place is in disarray.: You should know
that there will be incredible bargains in
the stock market in the next six to 24
months. At your age, rather than paying
off the mortgage, I would be systemati-
cally Ijlacing my savings in the market-
place. Could the .market go down
demonstrably? Absolutely. You might
wish to wait until there seems to be a
I bottom and the prices are increasing.
DEAR BRUCE: I am a 51-year-old
woman who had about $300,000 in my
401(k) last summer. I don't intend to re-
tirie until I'm at least 65. I had a very ag-
gressive portfolio, 90 percerit in an S&P
500 index fund and 10 percent in inter-
national equities. I haven't had the
heart to look and see what I lost in the
last few months, but I have a pretty good
idea what it is. Does the adage of "rid-
ing out the market" -still make sense in
this, economic, climate if I intend to re-
tire in 15 years? I know that if I move my
remaining funds to more conservative
options, I will never recoup my losses.
Ori the other hand, it's very difficult to
Swatch-20 years of savings disappear. I
probably should have been more diver-
sified prior to the crash, but until re-
cently, my strategy seemed pretty soxind.
Should I hang in there with my current
allocations? KD., via e-mail
DEAR KCD.; The big variable here is
that you are only 51 and you want to
work to at least 65 or 70. The market will
,solidly recover during that period of
time.' Given that you have time on your
side and I assume an income that will
allow you to live a reasonably comfort-
able life and continued contributions, I
would ha'ng in there. Six months ago, I
very likely would have a different an-
swer for you, but the point is that history
shows us that we go through recessions
on a regular basis. Mercifully, we've had
.only one major depression. After a pe-
riod of time passes, the markets do re-
cover. At this point, given the damages


done, I would be hanging in there. I do
wish you wvell
DEAR BRUCE: In 2005, my husband
and I purchased a~home for $174,000
with three bedrooms. two baths and
fenced y~ard in a subdivision .in
Charleston, S.C., for my unmarri'td aunt.
We were fortunate to lIe in a position to
help her get out of an department in a
bad neighborhood and encourage her to
pay down some debt. It was an invest-
ment for us, and we allow her to live
there rent-free.~ We have a mortgage on
the property and still owe about $10,000
on the house. Only my husband arid I
are listed on the mortgage not my aunt.
In order to ~get a lower property-tax
rate, one of the owners of the home
must live in the home. So in the title to
the property, she was granted an undi-
vided one (1 percent) percerit interest
in the property. Now, three years down
the road, she has run up a considerable
amount of debt~ on credit cards close to
$17,000, some of which she had before
we purchased the house. She has re-
cently been diagnosed with a terminal
illness but could survive another eight.
years. When my aunt passes, will the
profit from the sale of the home in any
way be responsible for her debt? Or will
it just be her 1 percent of the profit that
would need to go toward that debt? -
EB., Charleston, S.C.
DEAR EB.: First, what nice people
you and your husband are to have
helped your aunt out the way you did.
It's likely that the creditors would be
entitled to 1 percent of the sale price of
the property, since she is an owner, ob-
viously deducting the mortgage that
would have to be retired upon the sale.
If that's the case, ~the 1 percent ivould in
no way cover her obligation. That is the
only obligation that you would have to-
ward her debts, assuming that there's
nothing you failed to disclose.

--- --
Send your questions to: SmartlMoneJ:
PO. Box 2095, Elfers, FL 34680. E-mail
to: bruce@brucewillians~com. Ques-
tions ofgeneral interest will be an-
swered in future columns. Owing to the
volume of mail, personal replies can-
not be provided.


TIT FOR TAT
Continued from Page D1

under "barter" and suggested
horses, pack mules, a four-

whtedri era u asrkeen T n
Secehange uofair, he had an
puters, and a weddiilg ring.
Bartering can be less ex-
Spensive than buying becakise
There are few overhead costs
for rent or staff. However, not
all costs are eliminated. The
IRS considers .
barter dollars Nevert
as idenitical to
real currency For
o~rtax report estimai
;b arterers 60 perce
must obtain a '
special form, COmpa
the 1099-B.
But barter- the N'e

be more fun~l at_ SO k
than laying parti j
.'down cash.
'"The human Somle
element and
the relation- barLte
Ship between
buyers and
sellers becomes more impor-
fant when we get involved in
bartering transactions," said
Gary Forman, president of a
company called, Dollar
Stretcher that publishes
.methods for saving money.
4, ,m not sure'we don't have
some longing for that."
The quirky, independent
aspect of bartering is.what
Vierinont resident Matthety
Stew~art likes. He got his
Honda motorcycle iri a tiade
g~t 's t. err --trouup
;vood-burning cqok stove
he'd acquired but didn't
need
"If somebody wants some-
th ing that you've got, there's


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luncheodn
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the Florida Public, Relations As-
socmton hFR wil'od c u i
Citrus Hills Golf and Countr
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April 3. The featured speaker will
be Ryan Beaty of Citrus Memo-
rial Health System.: Beaty will ex- .
plain the role planned marketing '
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paigns play in supporting a not"
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money they get to make their
prior-year contributions.
Extensions do buy taxpay-
ers time to complete their re-
turns, but getting an
extension doesn't relieve you
of the requirement to pay
youxr taxes. ~Accou~ntants and
the IRS have a mantra: An ex-
tension of the time to file isn't
an extension of the time to
pay.
Still, the government is well
aware that not everyone has
the money to pay, especially
now, when many companies
are dealing with cash flow
problems. ,
The IRS requires taxpayers
who are seeking extensions to
make a good-faith estimate of
how much they owe when
they complete Form 4868, Ap-
plication for Automatic Ex-
tensioh of Time To File U.S.
Individual Income Tax Re-
turn. The instructions for the
form state that taxpayers are
not required to pay their
taxes now, although they
warn that taxes not paid by
the regular due date April
15 for most taxpayers will
be subject to interest and pos-
sibly penalties as well.
Nancy Mathis, a spokes-
woman for the IRS, said, "we
recognize that these are diffl-
cult times for many people,
who cannot pay. We urge
them to come to lis and work
with us to set up a payment
plan so they won't compound
their problems with the.
penalties."
The failure-to-file penalty
is the stiffest: 5 percent of the
unpaid taxes for each month
or part of a month that a re-
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Hospice of Citrus
county
P.O. Box 641270
Beverl HIls, FI
DFWP/EOE


ADMINI TTOR
The Board of
slne fcr ru
County Florida
seeks an energetic
person with strong
Leadership skills for
the po~sition of
County Adminlstra.
for, Minimum salary

Submitcurrent
resume, Including
salary history, salary
requirements and
professional
references to the
Citrus County
Olfce of Human
Resources, 3600 W.
Sovereign Path,
Suite 178,
Locanto FL 34461
no later than
4:30 PM on Friday,
April 17, 2008.
EOE/ADA


For more
vIstonur w bdte a
www.
IIbeec.citrus.fl.us


COLLECTOR
Immediate fulltime
epeng fr xpr Ill
collector. Salary plus
bcommisin geax
352-560-0212




EXPERIENCE LINE
'COOK
Apcl sihi P


NOW HIRING
EXP.COOKS
Apply In person
Mon-Frl. 2pm-4pm
114 W. Maln St.,
11582 e.Wl lms St.,
Dunnellon EOE




CUST. SERVICE
SALES REPS

Responsiblities:
greeting customers.
paperwork, explaining
company beneflts &
Procedures. Flexible
hours; full, part and
weekend ovallable.
(877)623-4446

SALES PERSON

Needed wlAut mobile
T~e om .
.(35 ) 30 -078





Homosassa Trail




MECHANIC



PIT
MAINTENANCE
15-25/hr./wk.$10 hr.
Requires some
knowledge of electric,
plumbing, carpentry
ground maintenance.
Call 352-344-8853

POOL .TECH

MuE p ow r ck.
(352ow628-7665




$$600 Weekly
POtential$$$
Helping The
NGoE ernmoen P
Call:1-888-213-5225
Ad Code A-73










Cleaning Person
mneded. Must he.



flex, sched. & own
transp. & DL. Exp. a.
plus. Leave mes-
sage (352)601-2785

EXP. FLORAL
DESIGNER
Hearth & Home
(352) 795-3656

Full Time LAWN
MAINTENANCE
`PERSON

With Landscaplng
exp. For large home
Please responds to:
Blind Box 1538P
invernes FL n329

SGRASWRNOOTS


(ABORER
Possible lead position,
Exp. d.,= I ms.

LOCAL
DELIVERY
DRIVER

bC tr sl~zmt.
Clean record. Heavy
lifting required. Good
benefits. FIT. DFWP
(352) 8600079

PrOgram Rep
4-5 hrs weekly from
home. Place and
mentor hlgh school
student S ple-
mental Income &
free international
travel opportunities.
Ihudbe atale st
member In good


1677-417-9675 or
(352) 636-5i779


Crs. Rlv. Sweetbay Piz
(352) 795-9542

SStorage






25xo30x9(&l12 pitch)


Roof Overhang,
2-9x7 Garage Doors,
2 VentsyDo, 2 VentryDor
4" concrete slab
S16.795. INSTALLED
35x50xl2(3:12 pitch)
Roof overhang:
2-10x0 GRollu Doors
2 Vents, 1 E try Door
$3.75 Insta I D

eonc ovrans
+-01 Maysze vll.p Dbs
uc #ets B 1nr Do
struocureteslcaom
FAlexSpcel 400+S fat.
arMeas of wareehose
fforidabl &n scures.

1 72/ls byer old, s

of Any Sizes ail
UsedA Shrcueds, L
In -2 e8On1 0

Uc#BC259d


LOST CAT
Myinae Elyand I
Corral Place mn Pine
Ridge. Im still lst
home to my family. I
have been seen
several times, so


my moom. Idr am aut
black, & declawed.
Ple~ase call MaI at

REWARD $$$$$$
$ $ 6~$ $$$$$
Lost Male Black Lab
Wearing Camo Collar
Lost in Beverly Hills
Call 352-220-4171
Set of Keys
Ma tbe mos C c t
Pa I ck att cd.


Los Sn 3 8 Bg
Lots or Dollar Stor~ in
3/8 icchs radfrmed
like adladder,. small
Generous Reward.
(352) 726-5612

SFound

~ JEWELRY ITEM
found in parking lot of ,
B8<3 11al Dugs

Small Dog ~
Found lIn Inverness
call to Identify .
(352) 637-0395






$22n /2m mne @es H
8%apr For Lisatings




WIl Takore Ycour I

FiriHdthmHomes,


andl wae SpYour


Mamma Dog
~ForFREE
(352) 341-2162








View available pets
on our w bsite or
(352) 795-9550



Pcra Ivenc s got
March 7th 11-1





Bank,Invemness





ALAN NUSSO
Licensed Broker





ip




LONG TERM CARE
DISABILITY
LIFE SETELMENTS
www.ANUSSO.com

CAT
ADOPTIONS




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Comne see

adorable cats and
kitten st atre

adoption.
We are open
10:00 A till 3:00 P ,
Monday-Friday.
Adoptions
every other Sunday
beginning Jan. 4
All Cats and Kittens
are sitered, tested for
Feline Luk and Aids-
Up to date on
vaccines for age
Phone 352-563-2370
'Visit us at

or stop by our offices
Ave. Corner of 44


Look 0dr Che bl white
building with the
bright paw prints.


LOOK AROUND. EVERYONE'S DRIVING ONE.


CHlRVS LE R


$400 REWARD
Lost Yellow Lab
male. March 20th
Citrus Springs -
Delfona & Elkam
352-228-7893
KITTEN
Riley still missing 24
wks old, male orange


2/28 Hwy 44 & Rock
Crusher Rd near Con-
nell Helghts crystal


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employee


SOUrce!

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LYN'S HUE
CLEANING
Affordable, depend,
quality cleaning for over
23 Yrs.Yard work, pet &
house sitting upon req.
Free
Est. (352)-563-1272
MAIDS ON CALL
Serving Citrus 3Yrs,
WindowslFree Est.
(352) 726-8077

clean ng $2HO0sPeer hr
2 hr. min. Homosassa
area. (352) 476-9676



r SEE THROUGH

.489-4189; 322-0962
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At oral CA I ETS

352-586-8415

2:Carpentry/

Dotson Construction
Decks, Remodellng
Etc. #CRC1326910
(352) 726-1708
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Q Bvildin
ROGERS Construction
New Homes and
AII Construction
352-637-4373
CRC1326872


BATH FITTER

"One DayBt Remodeling"

We will instol A Beautiful New Bathtub
or Shower "Right Over"Your Old Onel!!
Tub to Shower Conversions TooTH
Call HOW fOr a FREE
In-I**ome Estimate

1-866-585-8827
BATHFITTER.COM


NATURE COAST |
HOME REPAIR =
a & MAINT. INC. 5
I Offering a ull g

- Lieic,276Is "

S352-634-5499
Vlsa/MC/Discover











SSheds & Garages 5
g of Any Size- g
SHEDS NOWA I
We Move & BuY
SUsed Sheds I
I ndependence/41 I
(352) 860-0111

a Electrical


All home repairs. Also
Phone, Cable, Lan &
rlama T's Insstalled.
Gutters Lic.5863
(5)746-0141



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ARNITE'SEl ECTRIC-
._Res./CommercilaL _.
Beverly Hills Area.




Du runs & Brush
7em.326-224/21-14522
STM ELECTRIC IC
ElC r/Resid. &Sin

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VGLIOuNE LLCli/Is
ww.TMAR-MAXLEcom

FreEt352)726-38093


We will beat any
price by far without
compromise.
Dunham Construction
roofing, remodeling,
itomentaint, panttc
*talk to owner
422-6575 (crco482543
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Aluminum

SIBIRBAN IND. INC*
Scm rms, rescreens,
s dinr, carprs ridof-


garage screens.
CBC1257141 628-0562

h)Pressure
Clann
CALL STELLAR BLUE
All Int./ Ext..Painting
Needs. Lic. & Ins. FREE
EST; (352) 586-2996








EIaailil Hos





Al Home epis As

Suterv ies 56







(352) 746-0141
Andrew Joeh!
Handyman.
Gen/Maint/Repairs
Pressure cleaning.
Lawns/Gutters. No
job too smail!Reli
able ,ins. 0256271
352-465-9201

Handyman

#1 HANDYMAN
.AII Home Repairs
Power Wash. Lic27975
Art Morris 201-1483


CEO
Tax SrVice

eSIervic.
Pick Up & Delivery
Service.
15 yrs Experience

352-564-0771

M Accunting/

BANK FORECLOSURE

$10,000 for lsistngs
800-366-9783 x 5714

Ma CarPet

REPAIR SPECIALIST
Restretch*Installation
Call for Falst Service
C & SERVICES
Sr. Discount 5.04-1722.
h
Painting

Chris satchell Painting
& Wallcovering.
work fully coated. 30
yrs. 7Exp f3( ens.
352-464-1397
CALL STELLAR BLUE
All Int./ Ext. Painting



painting, drywall
flooring, pwr. wash
Mailey's Home Maint
~- 220-9486 (11002~59169)
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FERRA RO'ES
Int/Ext..Free Ens. Pes
Claln32 4656631
&U ODD JOB~llS. 30yrs





Jn/x. Huphlc c/Ist. Prs


(352) 726-9998


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r~ health Opena Mon5We 199.15 hp ohnon us
ce ~ ~ ~ ~ 32 Fi1:630 8 to 4pme rebuilt 5y.wr ed
$500 (352) 563-14279 352-20-882 or$SalQ35-465
cell-o (930587-099up BQAN FPORECOSR
BOXER PUTWRER R HLt dt oNU 61TOs 5,0 sr si 2nB
cetisos H/C, 8 week $300 80-6698 xp 5714t5y. a. ed
(352) 322-0562 BAYN Leat w o INE.Reud





Easter 4-H $70N reeasoal $4,200-3698 Cal afer
offer reusd.Qie & 100(3272-02
0 ~ ~ ~ ~ 8 $15.- $35 ea., 9021 Cdyabn
AH colrs, adlts Li esoc 1990 250HP Jonon. SS-
2 OTo 3 HIbs. prop, low, Fhrs $3de,0/
Ce 5Y RBIT 206774 Chicknspoct iony obo (354) 563-6626
Red's, p rollsh pure-covs CAE ONy
b40 eitred batasdifea 9 172 8frt. widelu.
entcypso uking C/C.. Mol nveo rer.9HP


870N desnal Gs hle'2,r Caomafmta w
ACA register 50000 3/ HeUsD. Homel delfnd VHF,(52 Iw hrslik
re cmall 352503694 $225/mle (5%) down03 @ new,13,50
G M15oN RD5 80 (5)4277


n teredos mP ~ roci 6 EcesTo S9 d w/ bem 11'1" Ga i

r, ecwe6 215072 flraler rus pO s re ani m
Malle Peek) A27 Poo (32 2) hate6an to
Micro chippedall B roa utS oniio Rn

MIN ~ ~ ~ eds PI US K C ows Hours. A AF 35-57-10
3 females, tails crop stroke. 90 HP Honda.
S 40322600 or il Troller. $7,00 Whtolale WTroPbiler
352-226-0048on 1 35) 447-21 143/15 c. 5.00/LB7
795-3814Mark1 727-76-861
5 I~ns Mer. & tailer$900 '01, Dcboat, 20t.,
10 N U Das......,235 OutboardEnes 10,150HP, sr Yamaha ,
30 Das.....$95 9.9 Evlnrud 400. w trir. $15,000 willr



I~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~32 Prv4tP ly Cl (5)62-50 ln1r 7 s r
All Ads arePR spread Big 13r Fit.haul
SRE om retrtons 2oe seats.978 Aprx MAY CRAFTER
5y Fmay ply. 46-47 87 Pe8bldeHt pp


10-ws od, 2ht males Us, xed 100 d hr Tl elec.troim as. VHF,
e, w/health83 certl $18,50 invest. Sell imin, lm. troailer
(352) 860-2004o (352) 302-9453 shallo draftigh fraee
1 y. ldneuerd, g .muhboar ull.Mst sell
sotSHI-A-POO A UASOT'5$100
STH2 IP-61 tirou 1ue sc th (5) 6-52
e I Pape strain, CKC w/s with bimni esy 1994 7-16fCC o
Seg.'d s, health cert. ltoadkle Low bot 88 P Einrde
NO SHEDDING! houFindrs. $1,0/bo rinGP/rcode
(352) 20489-6675352) 4-860-0a 277 450.326-621471


CrrRus Comrrr (FL) C CLE


DECLASSIFIED


PRM L ESI ALO U



Good cond. $500
White Hide-a-bed
like new $500,
plusincre
(352) 795-0022
Saxophone Wanted
Older PP Mash

(352) 433-6864
WASHBeRaNcGUTAR

$10 0 0. 35 -9- 195
FitnOSS


TREADMILL
Healthrlder Self Strlder
LX, Cushioned &
space saver. $150.
352-476-6842
TREADMILL Weslo
auto incline,speed
distance,time. $110
OBO 352-746-0921



H o EO S e 2


each 464-0316



rod. cl 0 gls


12aGAn Eo Mu e

Ma00 32 637- r6
12 gaugeshotgun
1900 Stevens. $275
32 pistol, nickel
plated, Iver Johnson
cel ( 13 rj975 7
Ammunition
308 Sellier & Bellot'
600 rounds, brass
cse, Full metal jckt.
$550. Rifle A-R 15,
BushmasterHeavy.
barrel, collasp. stock.
red dot sight + 2Mags'
$1,600. Ak-47


Full metal jckt.o10

$70. s(813) 789-0592


APT SIZE FOOSE
BALL/POLL TABLE
Needs Minor work
$25.00 464-0316
Battery Assisted
Bleycle. New. 15
miles w/ batte !
massist. $475 ry
(352) 794-3004
(845) 417-1184
Concealed Weapons
Permit Course
DAN'S GUN ROOM
(352) 726-5238


WhlesaletoPuic


26"7M Crt $8435. g

rhae ngn lres
$95(352) 958-7516

Rlf~tfifle


match trig,+exra. $5

SKSAT RIFLE TO
Folding sock,(330
oudags, 5 round
haunting mag. 8450/
ob,352- 563-4708

On Sitgel GuA smthin



CASR HALER
06, 32g Ft. Dominato




EBABY CRIB

off white colo $20 in
(352) 4465-224





'6 24hrs DAYiATOUR

and B claickC Tplae





n AB Cc tE iIB

oforit $15o 30-03 at




U4hs AG DAAOl
FULL SE IZE PICKUP

icku to: er





AKCLABPUPS OnP

Onew Chcolate $400 wl
3o $52302-9559 af


INVEALRNVESS


Sat. & Sun. 9A.I?
104 W. Highlands Blvd


M ClOthing
CINCINATI REDS HAT
Cincinnati Reds base-

I2 30203 cIln atr
3 pm



4 TIRES AND RIM
2000 m sta gt 16
2352-382-4239
4 TOYO TIRES
Radlal 225-R70-16.
Match Set. $100.
(352) 270-3386
50 VHS MOVIES &
TAPES 46 Movies, 4

cl aer crtde $25.

ALUMIU R INNING
BORSFr y al


Aquarium
Small glass, some fish
and turtle 35. Obo.





both 352/726-1469

GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
SPECIALS
6 Ilnes- 10 trays
Items totaling
)1-$0 .......85
$401-8800.......$18.50
$801-$1 500.....323.50
CALL
352-563-5966
Two General
Merchandise Items

Private Prty Only
(Non Refundable)
All Ads are prepaid.
Some etpr lions




Placey Generl





5lc Danys 5Lnesl ~


2 Items totaling less
than $100.00 each.
Go to:
chronicleonline.com
and click place
an Ad in the top right
hand corner.


G ISefInerl0.


Twove, 201b. ppne
tanks for grill $15. ea-
(352) 586-8309
GOLF CART EZGO
olf cart. Trimmed out.
$2,53050 Cotc (dim @
HAY 25 bales tipton 44
hay $99.00 Call
1.A 2E5 GE 3
LANGE UO CG

med Bird cage 20.00
1-352-465-8841
LAZYBOY EXTRA
LARGE RECLINER
VERY NICE AND
COMFORTABLE, ASK-
ING $200.00, 341-4847
Like new HONDA
LANINM WER,Self
propele 5.5
h agg wrNew $549
o k ng $325,00


Poa nPm Lnk gs -

Gras og7 elctri $25

Murray 22" mulching
mower new blade,
f llt e r, II, s 1t c 4


Poo Co rx
Kied sne 3p 150

R/C HUMMER H2 Big,
yellow, works great,
working horn with 3 dif
ferent gears, great for
kids! $50 302-0336
Recliners
2 matching, pink & rose
colored, $80.
Electric Stove
used, scratched. Works
perfectly. $100.
(352) 2019004
SAFE- Waterproof and
Fireproof keyed safe for
files, yaluables, etc.
HEAVY $50
352-860-0444




SNEERAWNINGS CNPE


10ft, retractable, re-
mote,. Eiark/llght
S.broH A50B0E/obo- -
White wicker. $50/
obo. 352-465-0190

asok
THREE WHEEL BlKE
tri-ton pro three wheel
bike in exc bent condi-
tion cost
$450 asking $350 call
352-436-0065 leave
message and
number


tIon $20 30-36

2003-200 Htonda
EleoS15 r o stion.
Spwn e &k ee $065


-1 PANBL R 3



FCL RAINDERE OEC ft
$035.007 464-316
Waeterfall Conncete n
Dophin w/sml pon tie


serldngscres for dbil trc
doos $59 elackset of
Ladies GAolfCIb
roc1 INR 14


If FUmrnitr I

New Ilght wood l
Enta e }ro d II

to-. open set, alu- 4


l e32 -i M8


and wlker. $175ob fr

CHnANDELE Mirdinning
r20 oom olid maybe
fafmiqe $150. dobo
S5.352-2532-7790


wikradwrought iron~dcrtr
stylicer $175.obo
353-232-7790



B358 -B CK

$75. Dues & Chair
$7352 228-4 9



Stalned Plne
w/6 chairs & 2eoafs
(3532)344-4505


Sofa, chapr & reciner
$30.35248-7264854

Dine4 hing Rm.Tabe se
&-5 5ek Chairs*

67.(352) 628-9485


DIUNINGROO Set
hOO .ET D


estalinb centerad
pop-u mhiddle leaf, 8

miror, can 8 ood and m

velvet chairs Made lin r
Deale @ $2,00 Con-
@30.352-760-3877.



DINING ROOM STABE
Older, oark drp-leaf
with 2chais. excllent

Dinig hairs & 8 ef

Beuphflolstrd wiodth
cas~wthorgos. $100






Dra i esser an
trpo- mdle w/ dawers,


CENvTE 2-plece, 5'x6',
lok, noice w/odmatch-
ing drfesser 6 drawers.l

Cherry, exc. oo nd,

Ori. pic $25000, Cn

(352) 410-0891

chairs, mic rofiber,

SM 2s 2 20ir.. exel

HUTCHn Clearirch
sheLves o topand
draw sers ad door on

bottn Rom $20Do eaf
tablehite tilen aond
birch wthp 4 chairs $50

HUTC.H Olde dark oak


ece~n~l lent conitin,
$200or bn r~lon n

HAR42inch round
$10352-726-2768
LOVE SEALAY




MASSRAGNE CHIR
UPPTER & LOWER 5'6
BACK, nCONRO wmth
$75.00l 352-410-0891




Chead b, w/frme d
$450 obo 2500
(525) 769-189


ch is,h mctondid75


"Must Sell" prices,
(812) 698-1421 or
(812) 698-1420
PAUL'S FURNITURE
Wants Your Business
Tues.-Frl. 9-5 Sat. 9-1
Homoxsass 628-2306


Sesfrom state. Sofa,



loveseatendtable, din-
ing table, king & full bed
all in excellent condi-
tion, g t-O p ies, call

SET OF 3 DREXEL

(352) 794-0316
Simn Be ut Rest

excel, cond $200
32 x 80 6 panel door
new $20. 503-3154
TABLES Sofa table,
coffee table, and two
end tables. Glass with
decorative stone on the
bottom, perfect condi-
tion,a puca d one
$200 00 503-3282

5pcsW cm oents,
oak 12' Wie350.




Call (352) 746 9084




BRIL Ne u rs

rotissesry, covr gas
353-232-7790
4 x S' Box 11aller
SStreet legal
with running lights
$350. obo
(352) 726-6864
CRAFTSMAN LAWN
TRACTOR 18.5 HP,
42" cut, Auto Trans,
Only used 2 years. In-
cludes tow behind poly
cart. $850. Cash.
Also, WEIDER 8525
WEIGHT STATION
$60.Cash
352-527-8238
Riding Lawn Mower
Run 5 M w reatl


Isecki, 2500, 4 x4
loder,h3h3PTH, PTO,
4t uhog, new 4
box blade, 4' york
roc( 1277hr.,$ 8,0.

Garage/
Yard Sales
BEVERLY HILLS
Moving sale, Sun.
3/29, Ilam-4pm
cFurnitur In ex .
Tables, lamps
antique frames &
other household,
3229 N.
Juniperus Way


Liensed Br Or




-



LIE HE LTH
INSURANCE
* ANNUITIES
* LONG TERM CARE
* DISABILITY
* LIFE SETELMENTS
352-422-6956
www.ANUSSO.com

o Medical

2 MANUAL WHEEL
CHAIRS Good condi-
tion with or without foot
rests $55.00 464-0316
LIFT CHAIR
Blue,llke new. $600


forMHadcpe ba-
lik e ne 50 i m
352-637-5656
201-0696
TUB CHAIR & BED

$28.0 E IM 4M640D16

Coins

Buying Silver Coins
$.10, .25, .50, $1.00
35 0129 .59
BUYING US COINS
Beating all Written
offers. Top $$$$ Paid
(352) 228-7676


FINISHING TOUCH
Quality lawn care.
Call Grep Todovl
352-527-2719
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OSBORNE'S
Quality Work- Free
Est. LWS AE
352-400-6016 Uc/Ins
Steve's Lawn Service
Mowing & Trimming
Clean up, Uc. & Ins.
(352) 797-3166
ZIEGLER'S LAWN
& LANDSCAPE

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Pool services

AQUA AZURE
Cert. Pool Operator
AHI Citrus County
352-344-4796
EVERCLEAR POOL
SERV. & Maint.
concrete Pools only
(352)344-5122
POOL BOY SERVICES
Total Pool Care
Acrylic Decking
P 352-464-3967 P
PURDY POOLS

Main.e( 5) 2 0- 01

SRV Services



Moo Home



1 352-586-5870
SStorage Available



(352) 628-1164

o Water

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

Gutters

SAlan's Seemiess 5"
Residential Gutter &
Gutter Cleaning.
Soffett & Facia 30 yr.
exp. 352-637-1457

Driveways


All tps elo~mm






IDCE. Tired of your
dead lawn?'
Replace it wBit
Bahio. Delivery
Avail (352)400-2221

and rpl ce om /
So 5 -3e0 -609


SFencing

AARON'S FENCE
All Types, Best Price
Lic. &Ins. Free Est
2417(352) 795-7373
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ROCKY'S Fencing
WORKING IN CITRUS
COUNTY FOR 26 YRS.
Free Est., Lic. & Ins.,
e- 352 422-7279
A STAR COMPANY
Go Owens Fencing,
AII Types. Free Est.
Comm/Res. 628-4002
BARNYARD II Fencin
~ etvin CltrsE C

(352) 726-9260
OSBORNE'S
I. n/Tree/Shrub
Quaait Fence Work
Free Est. 1QWS2T
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crack repair,staining
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352-220-4845
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Metal/Drywall
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Fee rest. O In06
Lic.#SCCl31149747

SDirt Services

FiIl, ockasto eDelves
All Kinds of Tractor Wk
564-1411-302-9023
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3 Yd -860/ 5 Yd $85
10Yd $175/20Yd $275
Red Mulch $22.yd
352-302-6436

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removal352-302-6955
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Personalized design.
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Ins. FREE EST. Lowest
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Hauling,Cleanup,
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CORRAL SHOW
Sumter CO *
Fairgrounds
Sumter
Swap Meets
Ajril.: 5th 2009
1-800-438-8559
CAMARO IROC Z
'88 Red, LT -1 eng.
PS./PB. Cold A.C
62,000 MI. Great
Condition. $6,900
Camaro Z 28, '79
Black 4 spd. super
T-10 Tran. Cam.more
Must see $6,900.
S(352) 422-5663
CHEVY
'69 Classic C10 SHT BD
350/350 AC, PS,
$`15K or trade
(352) 746-9212
CORVETTE

new top & palnt, $9,000
obo (352) 302-1524
EL CAMINO
'81 305 auto. All new
interici, & paint. Crager
mags & tires. 4 raised
hood.$3,250.
(352)341-3613.
FORD


$7,500. obo, 726-6864
Ford
Mustang Cobra 96
convertible, 16K ml,
blk w/tanilnt. $10,8~00
firm' (352) 812-0355
Gl9 El. Camlno
'84, 1rowner, low
mlles. $5,000/obo or
will csde trade.
GTO
1967, The real deal'
older restoration, just
out of storage $25K or
'trade (352) 621-0666
JAGUAR .
'76 XJ6C Rare coupe!
Silver, new palnt; 63K
mi., $8,900 obo by 3/21
(352) 527-4221
(908) 763-8384
MERCEDES BENZ
1985 380SL, 2 tdp road-
ster. Drives, looks great
Many nevitMercedes
parts.N~ew A/C. Must see!
$8,500. David
352-637-6443. ~
THUNDERBIRD
\'73, blew paint, tires.
38K. Mi, Like New. "
tr ,020 .5o Wil
Volkswagen
'78 S Beeetle
conv. runs well, $3500
or will consider trade
(352) 212-4477

Trucks

'00 TOYOTA Tacoma
PICKUP EXT. CAB
5 <--1(. Immai ir..-
$620r0 (352) 205-6053
'94 cHEVY
Evt coD 8 Ibn t1le II
m -"'-.r gas> .4.r.0 2 3
>3 j.au
352-563-1518 Iv msg
'97 FORD F350
XL pr s5r diseel,
A~pprs $15.500;sell
$8000. 352-503-7188
19iCHEVY 02
Silveraldo, Red .4 dr.
:- eab.auto. loaded ~
6 S :''t Wooten's
352-637-7117 ,
CONSIGNMENT USA
AClean Safe Auto's
~I Financing Avall.
USl9, Across Airport
(352) 461-4518
consignmentusa.org
DODGE
:i'05, Quad Cab, Awe-
some Hmi-ep d, tspe-
cial di Edt.
Loaded every special
feature. sr. own, gar.
kept., 27K mi, $40K
invested Sale $21,750
See online ad photos
wwm~autotrader.com/at
caridlat-f3fd39f .
:John (352) 726-1076
DODGE 2000
A Thon, Ex cab..Ax4
V8, 0-speed, A/Q.
126k ml, good shapq.
$3600 352-341-0004
DODGE Ram Quad
Cab. Black. Mint Con-
ditin m # n0.3C50ntact
Fla. JUMBO SHRIMP

Mark 727-726-8617
FORD 04
Ranger, REDUCED_
,.X-cab. Exc. cond.
38k ml, $9,700/obo
(352)746-3919
FORD
'06 E ;5 Cut wy
serv. van. 41K Mi./ .4
L. Eng. Auto.Knaphelde
Sderv. boydl 01 k
dr. (68)0 617-767

FORD
19% ,- 50 RUCK

1866-838-4376

FORD
2003 Ranger,
Only 44K mi.
$8,988, P6362
1866-8384376
FORD
'93, F250, utility body,
VS, auto, no rust needs
fuel pump $850 obo
(352) 726-6864
TOYOTA
2004, CorollaSedan
.s Eye -
Catching
$7988 ,#H12424B
1866-838-4376


$23/2m HD Horneln@
8% apr. For Llstlngs '
800-366-9783 X 5704
AZTEK
Pontiac '04 Low
Smiles, loaded!
Redisced price
$8,500 obo ,
352-726-5715
CADILLAC
'05 Escalade, low ml
all power, sun roof,
exc. cond. $28,000
(347) 266-9328
CHEVY
BLAZER '99 LS 4dr.
126k mi. loaded'
great cond. sunroof
$4k obo 352-422-0065
CHRYSLER '04
Paclfica, super cleon,
LOADEDI sun rf, 56K '
P.T., warr. till 11/2010.
$11,900. 352-382-5715
DODGE
107 Callber, Crossover.
$12,005. Ocala Volvo.
(352) 629-7299


D6 sUNDAY, IVARCH 29, 2009


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CIASSI FTIEDS CIRmUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE

Q eilsLegals Legal Lgas egl

99, DURANGO 4x4' Licensed Broker 958-0404 DAILY CRN 316-0329 SUCRN
80K mi., loaded, dual Citrus County Fleet Management E//g. To Vote Notice- Supervisor of Elections
air & exhaust, Exc. PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE
cond. $6,000 obo The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners will Notice is hereby given:
(352) 344-0505 be selling surplus property & equipment via the Internet Christi M. Mason
at govdeals.com from March 26, 2009 Aprll 4. 2009. Last Known Address of
FORD Published seven (7) days consecutively In the Citrus 14841 Southwest 43rd Terrace Road
'01 Expedition, perfect County Chronicle March 26 thru April 4. 2009. ,Ocola, Florida 34473

osn0.(52 e '9 You are hereby notified that your eligibiliy to vote Is In
FORD '03 308-032 9 SUCRN qeto Y o rqlet o ac h u rvs fElections, In Inverness, Florida, no later than thirty (30)
Escae, 8kml,4whl LIFE & HEALTH 41/6 meeting CC Tourist Development Council days offer the date of this publishing. Failure to respond
drlve, class 3 hitch' NUAC PUBLIC NOTICE will result in a determination of Ineligibility by the Super-
Orlg owner. Great ANNUTICES visor and your name will be removed from the state-
shape &( price. ANIISNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the CITRUS COUNTY wide voter registration system. If further assistance Is
$8,750. 352-564-1128: OG T RM CARE TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL will hold a special needed, contact the Supervisor of Electlans at the
703-338-777 MENT business meeting Monday, April 6, 2009 9:00 a.m. atthe below ousted address or call 352-341-6747.
GMC SUBURBAN *I532 42 -6956 Geanov anto446 uildin 600W ovrin a Citrus County Supervisor of EletoG
1993 4 WD, 454 rebuilt www.ANUSSO.com 120 North Apopka Avenue
eng.. new transm.. Any person desiring further Informatlon regarding this Inverness, Florida, 34450
great flres, good g meeting inay. contact the Executive Offices of the ulse n 1 i I h tr Cny roce
cond. $3,700 obo ATV5 Board of County Commissioners, 110 N. Apopka Ave- Pulheon()tmenthCtusontChnce
(352) 201-1413 ~~nue, Inverness. Florida, 34450 (352) 341-6560. Mrc29209
HYUNDAI 2008 Honda Foreman
'04 Santa Fe, V6, 500 LIKE Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at
Like aew.V $95 NW. GARG K T thi meetn unease dlalt o 1 hsia har 3 39NSOUTCREN

(352.629729934450 (352) 341-6560, at least one day before the REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
ISUZU ATV meeting. If you are hearing or speech Impalred, use RFP No. 038-09
'04 Rodeo, automatic, 08' Honda, 4x4 the TDD telephone (352) 341-6580. Emergency Debris Management services
FWD. $10,995. W/reverse. 500 CC
Ocala Volvo 15 Hrs. New $6,800 JOHN THRUMSTON, CHAIRMAN The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners In-
(352) 629-7299 (352) 302-8852 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS vltes Iterested pb leestoonsubmit a Prpoa Itso prvide'
ISUZ HODA F CTRUSCOUTYFLOIDACounty In the removal of debris resulting from cata-
'04 Rodeo V-6 Auto. '03 Rancher. 350cc, NOIET H ULC n esnvh dce t strophic events such as tornadoes and hurricanes for
o,,95 Ocl ov. 4wd, 5spd + reverse. NOIET H ULC n esnw eie o County, State, and Federally declared disaster events.



2004, Gradd Cherokee 56-65CytlRvr the proceeding Is made, whlch record Includes testi- structures and buildings that pose a threat to pubic
Laredo, Fabulous, many and evidence upon whlch the appeal Is to be safety as a result of the disaster event, 3) processing
$7988, H12970A M~OCd5 based (Section 286.0101, Florlda statute), debris Including sorting, grinding, mulching, and burn-
8683476 ing; and disposing of debris at designated sites within
Published one (1) flme In the Citrus County Chronicle. Citrus County, 4) establishing and operating temporary
JEEPWRAGLER 199Haly~avdso Mach 2, 209.debjris staging and processing sites, and 5) collecting
1989CompNletel S portsler883,mht ~ h29 209 and disposing of hazardous waste. blo-hazardous
Reamnd aoe~v~lig cond.. low ml..ready to waste and dead animals. All services provided shall be
ne $4,000.Con. ride $4500 obo In conformance with established FEMA and/or Florida
tact Jim (352) 793-3037 Emergency Management regulations or criteria.
@35-531515 200o 5 LESSTER 4/7 meeting Cod /es wC Appeals Board SEALED Proposals are to be submitted on or before April
MAZDAPuBuc NOTICE 23, 2009 @ 2:00 PM to Ronald Bamer. Office of Man-
'04 Mliata, 5 speed, XL Custom 19k mi. ~OTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING agement &( Budget, 3600 West Sovereign Path. Sulte
Special Edition. $6,500 (352) 465-2678 266. Lecanto, FL 34461.
$12,495.bcbcla Volvo. '03 HD ROADKING THE CITRUS COUNTY CODE REVIEW AND APPEALS
(352)629-299 Fct, ustom HI erf. BOARD WILL CONDUCT AMEETING ONAPRIL?, 2009 A A Public Opening of the Proposals Is scheduled for April
(352) 629-7Over $43t,000tom HIn 9:00 A.M. AT THE LECANTO GOVERNMENT BUILDING, 23, 2009 @ 2:15 PM at 3600 West Sovereign Path, Room
MoER EDE B NeZ cveipts. 17k ml. $re00 600 W S VEEIGN PATH, ROOM 166 LECANTO, 226.eLe 0,to Foi da 34461 h onl Info mton cohn-
W/black int. Loaded, 35-6-65companies who submitted Responses,
57K.Mi.. New $64K.Ask Crystal River SCHEDULED TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION:
$20K. (352)489-7674' '04 KAWASAKI Anyone requiring reasonable accommoddatins to the
800 Vulcan classic Hwy &~ 1. ANNUAL FIRST QUARTER ORGANIZAllONAL MEETING public opening because of a disability or physical Im-
ao8 Co Ica, 4 dor, cover. $3200.Reduced. 2. BUILDING CODE / INSPECTION / APPLICATION Bdgtet at(352 o275u a les tor p ec befr te
auOc~ala Volvo6' 9. 352-419-5819 CHANjGES. the TDD telephone (352) 527-5312..
(352) 629-7299 Harley Davidson
05 Road King Classic 3. LOCAL CODE AMENDMENTS, IF ANY. To otain a copy of the Request for Proposal Docu-
4 Lots of chrome, stage I ment for this announcement, please visit the Cltrus
t@4X45 kit, 8K, many X-tras 4. LOCAL PROPOSED REQUIREMENTS THAT MAY AFFECT County Website at www.bocc.citrus.fl.us and select
UI $14,500 352-613-6215 CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY, "BIDS/PURCHASING" on the left hand side of the Home
DODGE.'89 Harley Davidson 5. ANY UPDATES ON INSPECTION TYPES; GROUP Bd et/POrchon rgt (302) 7- 457Ma emn &
Needs minor work 2005. XL1200 Custom. ORDER.
$1500/obo U'I nddr 7k mlScreamln CITRUS COUNTY 6OARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
352-628-1277 Ege Performantc Pk ~6 FEES. John Thrumston. Chairman
FORD '06 F-150w pg (352) 209-7495 ANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO APPEAL A DECISION Published one (1)time In the Citrus County Chronicle
Crew ab XT. To pkgMADE BY THE CODE REVIEW & APPEALS BOARD WITH March 29, 2009.
& topp'er..47K mi. Harley Davidson RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THIS PUBLIC
Exc cond. ,0AD.101. '81 Shovelhead, 80", HEARING, HE/SHE WILL NEED TO INSURE THAT A VERBA-
$18.900/obo. (352) completely serviced, TIM RI CORD OF THE PROCEEDING IS MADE.WHICH REC- 311-0329 SUCRN
634-1378; 795-2053 good shape. Ex.' ORD SHALL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE Final Agency Action (Ivanhoe Ter)
JEEP access. $5,895. obo 1'-i'' v-'ti'H int` -I F-l I'. i? ^ BE BASED, (SECTION PUBLIC NOTICE
'05 Wanglr, Ulim- 352-746-7655. 1Z0010. FI ji.i.iEl
it' TS Wrangler, Ulm 726-4109 NOTICE OF FINAL AGENCY ACTION BY THE SOUTH-
ited ~ -~-- AT;595 cl r4 PEC'll.OfIE~julf lf JC-I iE*:...'NABLE AC6OMMA- WEST
S Volvo. H-D, SOFTAIL c. riocrs i ri i: r.lE nts..: I-E -I.:E OF A DISABILITY OR FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
(352) 629-7299 '02 6 Spd. 8,700 MI. PHYSICAL IMPAIRMENT SHOULD CONTACT THE COUNTY
J EP 124 S & S EVO. Lots cC~r.11t JiTDA~or OFFICE INVERNESS, FLORIDA 34450, Notice Is given that the DIstrct has determined that no
*05 Vra gler of chrome. $1 2,000 5,l.* I.:TWODAYS BEFORE THE MEET-. Environmental Resource Permit Is required on .275 ac-
Unilmited.ngl5, 95 (352) 746-3069 IID F :L ~ E n~clc RSEEOTL OMARD OS Rt to,~ drie kopr e Ivnsho c cle Dr sn
Ocala Volvo HONDA I a et 5 751*County. Section 29, Township 19 South, Range 20 East.
(352)'629-7299 '06 Shadow, 600 VLX- The permit applicant Is Citrus County, Department of
TOYOTA '94 1,500 Mi. Many extras. uevtl.r~e.3 :r-e 1.. nlrri Ir. rt..a Citrus County Chronicle Public Works, whose address Is 3600 W. Sovereign Path.
Pick col A/, da- 4,200. On March 29, 2009. Suite 241, Leconto, Florida 34461. The permit Inquiry
mikp ond pate toolbo (352) 344-4537 .No. Is EX 5716.
toper $4,000. HONDA
Sobo.35 -621-3764 S~h1 o a r 06' 1-32 UR The filebs petiigtoonth poec refereF to above is
4 ~ke t, not In raln Final Agency Actlan (Stonewall PL) for legal holidays, 8:00 a~m. to 5:00 p~m., at the South-
VanS floorb ard $6200 ~bo PUBLIC NOTICE west FloI a Watoeo Mann em'n Distr ct (District) 2379
(347)223-7269 aft 3:30 NOTICE OF FINAL AGENCY ACTION BY THE SOUTHWEST
04' CHEVY KAWASKI FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT NOTICE OF RIGHTS
EXPRESS EXT. VA\N LS '00, 1'100 CC,15K. :.
F~.L -,.:i; ex: jle S extra's. 54k ar-.cr 3 rs r rr, .Ecl~ m-li TI rlnl~ C 1..1:...: Pw.-rn :. ai L:II; :,.n:r .1. rI -rr ro .3. r -
lear. 511SM 00 o o(5 )2 -3764 ..r ..e, .s~g rc.e..f.....l l.+ .. e~.nn, nga.a:o ac a n
35 795-2975 Canali..ae Irrp.:. +.7..r.B: The projetis loatedin C it- 120.569 and 120.57, Florda Statutes (F.S.), and Chapter
( 52) ~9-.5SCOOTER Rus coonty, Section 24, Township 19 South, Range 17 28-106, Florldo Admlnistrative Code (F.A.C.), of the Unl-
CHRYSLER '06 Suzuki, 400 East. Thme permit applicant Is Citrus County. Depart- form Rules of Procedure. A request for hearing must(17
'03 Town & Country Berginan. 4,200 Mi. ment~of Public Works, whose address Is 3600 W. Sover- r explain how the substantial Interests of each person re-
LXI.75K. Mi. Alltpower, Like new cond. $4,500 elgn Path, Sulte 241, Lecanto, Florida 34461. The per- questing the hearing will be affected by the District's
Leather, rear air, new (352) 382-2715 mlt No. Is 46033512.000). action, or final action; (2) state all material facts dis-
tire, &bakes 57,95.puted by each person requesting the hearing or state
tire, & 87,495. SOFT TAIL '88 The flie(s) pertaining to the project referred to above is that there are no disputed facts; and (3) otherwise
(352) 46-82 Just broke in 1 13 cu- available for inspection Monday through Friday except comply with Chapter 28-106, F.A.C. A request for hear-
DODGE bic inch S&S Stroker for legato hblldays. 8:00 a.m. to 5:'00 p.m.. at the South- Ing must be fled with and received by the Agency
'86, Ram, Conversion motor w/Staggered west lorldd Water Management District (District) 2379 Clerk of the District at the District's Brooksvile address,
Extended Van, Low Hooker headers. New Broad Street. Brooksville, FL 34604-6899. 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, FL 34604-6899 within 21
t p, V8, 23K mi., Gar- Gangster white walls, days of publication of this notice (or within 14 days for
og Kpt t,50 ob t In all leather blk NOTICE OF RIGHTS an Environmental Resource Permit with Proprietary Au-
ag Kpt 2,500 obo3 osesict skin, Palnt by thoriation for the use of Sovereign Submerged Lands).
35256-984 Jome painter cn.,per-n.-. r..:.+ uc .:lann.31vlire~-r: 3. anc: isa c., Fallure toftle request for hearing within this time pe-
.DODGE ese msp r rr.Dsn;ra:o.raDsor.. ~re 73 eu: od shall constitute a waiver of any flght such person
*94,*Ra 350 o Calf., w/Double .ar,.2.amin.;uan.4 r,n' ,,ir. I- aI.:.:c3i. a.. ..nr. s n.: '9,Ramie 3-.. rk..n lrr,jn Lignaturer .,.r.- ;: :.oa.T ue: racrcr, and 120.57. F.S.
$2,000obo Hu:E ... Color pol I 28-106, Florlda Administrative Code (F.A.C.), of the Unt-
Bl00 bo 8k w/colored ghost ..,, ue:. r: -ue .ur rr-.1r.m Because the administrative hearing process Is designed
(35?.927-321 flames ortall sheet .vgr r u mna cr-.:.er crce. to formulate final agency action, the filing of a petition
Dodge Caravan metal. 2" Carinln han-' Quern rIr.ns rnearin .-..11 tos .an1 ac., Ir,+ Dil:rr.:l : means that the District's ffrtal action may be different
sy, g~ur...C- e-ar dle bars. Chrome to actl r. ;:.i drin l ..: n.:.r. s i :ral; oural -- m cila Ir .. I. .s from the position taken by It In this notice of final
,10 vr.14 max, This bad bov Is ur~a? c, + >:r. rGer..orne- aus.ni..a tr.- r~i arlr..- .-r 101.-i agency action. Persons whose substantial Interests will
(352) 344-1486 not for the faint of n"*01 he~rs .3.e is:- 1I.purea rl. : an1 ). .:.lrrl.er.. be affected by any such final decision of the DlMrlt on
Call anytlme, head. $30k Invested, comply with Chapter 28-106, F.A.C. A request for hear- the application have the ight to petiton to become a
: Fod .may trade for nice Ing must be filed with and received by the Agency party to the proceeding, In accordance with the re-
191962W a dV, tr ca r et or o n hdiatio pusu nt toSoviion 120.573. F.S., to sette an
col a/, geatCa I for more Info' an Environmental Resource Permit with Proprietary Au- admlnustrative dispute regarding the District's flnal ac-
shldape, 8 pass.20 352-302-2815 thodzation for the use of Sovereign Submerged Lands). tion in this matter Is not available prior to the filing of a
(352) 422-261 1 SUZUKI '04 Fallure to file a request for hearing within t~hls time pe- request for hearing.
Katana 600, Low rlod shall constitute a waiver of any light such person
":- KIA miles. Incis. helmet & medy have to request a hearing under Sections 120.569 Mublished one (1) time in the Citrus County Chronicle.
'05,Sedan~nava Jacket. Asking $3,500. anb 120.57, F.S. Mrh2.29
Maecnverent 352)527-679 Because the administrative hearing process Is designed
$9988 P6221. SUZUKI '06 to formulate final agency action, the filing of a petiton 309-0412 SUCRN
1866-836-4376 Boulevard, C50, mlnt means that the District's flnal action may be different Leconto HS- Main Electrical Service Improvement
.MA~dAcond. Only 600 miles. from the, position taken by it In this notice of final PUBLIC NOTICE
'0 MV UAZ.DA Call Gary agency botlon, Persons whose substantial Interests wUIl INVITATION TO BID
'06 MV LXAuto. 352-563-5502 be affected by any such final decision of the District on
$10,995. Ocala Volvo. the application have the right to petiton to become a Sealed bids for furnishing of aillabor and materials and
(352) 629-7299 VENTO PHANTOM party to the proceeding, In accordance with the re- performing all work necessary and Incidental to
MAZDA scsoooer, a1 miles, quirements set forth above. MEANOH TH SC OI. MAINbELECTR AL SERVICE
'06 IPV,7 pasener. a ew. Mediation pursuant to Section 120.573, F.S., to sette on School Board prior to 2:00 P.M. local time 21 APRIL 2009
LX $10,995. $2,190/obo. administrptive dispute regarding the District' sfinal ac-. In the Purchasing Department. citrus County School
Ocala Volvo. 352-422-2433 tlob In this rnatter Is not available prior to the filng of a Board, Building 300, 1007 West Main Street. Invemess.
(352) 629-7299 YAMAHA request for hearing. Florida, 34450-4698. Immediately following all bids re-
'06 V~o sur Titvan. a~c fled M a ,one (1)time In the Citrus County Chronicle, Prhsbeoe ndredaudnBding 300.tmnt
$11,995. Ocala Volvo. extras. $2800. 352- Each bid must be accomponled by a certifed check
(352) 629-7299 586-1683: 586-9349 or bld bond In the amount of not less thah five percent
315-0329 SUCRN (5%) of the maximum amount of the 81d as a guaron-
.iegal S a 1.egGIS PEUBS O ULIC OICETON t e tha th e61dder. If awae te contracted il within
REQUST OR QALIICATONSof bid acceptance, enter Intd: a written Contract with
RFQ No. 020-09 te Citrus County School Board, In accordance with
312-032 SUCRN Solid Waste Planning Study the accepted Bid, and give a surety bond satisfctory
E,;p rc \or i t.:r-re-:Supervisor of Elections to the Cltrus County School Board equal to one hun-
PuBuIc soTICE The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners In- dred percent (100%) of the Contract amount.
*1.: I.:a I, ne~rqb; gl~en: vltes interested parties to submit a Statement of Quall-
Dayld A~ltder' fications to provide consulting services to perform a No Bidder may withdraw his/her Bld for a period of
Last Known Address of Solid Waste Planning Study, which shall Include plann- thirty (30) days after the date set for the opening of the
6401 West Beaumont Lane Ing, engineering (not design for construction). legal, Bids.
Homosassa, Florida 34448 economic, public relations and related services for
three planning horizons; short, medium and long term All prime contractors must hold a Citrus County School
You are hereby notified that your eligibility to vote is In program periods. Tasks will include, but not be lmited Board Certificate of Pre-qualification to bid on Citrus
question. You are required to contact the Superylsor of to: 1) investigating alternate recycling and disposal op- County School 0oard constnrction projects. Prime con-
Elections, In Inverness, Florida, no later than thirty (30) flons for locations, technologies and organization, 2) tractors must be pre-qualified by the Citrus County
days after the date of this publishing. Failure to respond advising on and developing a solid waste program School Board prior to submitting a bid. Prime contrac-
wlll result In a determination of Ineligibility by the Super- master plan with action item detail and schedule mile- tor's bids must be within the bid limits specified on their
vlsor and your name will be removed from the state- stones for Implementation. 3) Board of County Com- pre-qualification certificate. For contractor
wide voter registration system. If further assistance Is missioner workshops and presentations, 4) Capital Im- pre-qualinication Information call the Citrus County
needed, contact the Supervisor of Elections at the provement Program development, 5) rate studies, 6) School Board Faculities and Construction Department
below I~sted address or call 352-341-6747. assistance with Implementing new revenue mechan- at 352/726-1931.ext. 2208.


US" 7 i sms, 7) modifying or writing new ordinances, 8) prepar-
Citrus Cout Su erv sor of Elections Ing sol ctaltin alr uIvra w0 toep I o ein, lcnd 9) Pre-bld Conference:
Inverness. Florida; 34450 A. A mandatory pre-bld conference for Prime
SEALED Responses are to be submitted on or before Contractors, and optional for sub-contractors, will
Published one (1) time In the Citrus County Chronicle April 23, 2009 @ 2:00 PM to Ronald Bomer, Office of start at LECANTO HIGH SCHOOL MAIN OFFICE IN
March 29, 2009. Management & Budget, 3600 West Sovereign Path, LECANTO EDUCATION COMPLEX.
Suite 266. Lecanto, FL 34461.
: B. Conference will occur: 02 APRIL 2009, 10:00 A.M.
313-0329 SUCRN A Puablic Opening of the Responses is scheduled for
Elig. To Vote Notice- Supervisor of Elections April 23. 2009 @ 2:15 PM at 3600 West Sovereign Path. Bidders may obtain a maximum.of two (2) sets of Con-
PUBLIC NOTICE Room 226. Lecanto, Florida 34461. The only Information tract Documents from VERRANDO ENGINEERING CO.,
Notice Is hereby given: conveyed at the public opening will be the names of INC., 1111 NE 25th AVENUE, SUITE 401, OCALA FL 34470,
Justin M. Promo .the companies who submitted Responses. PHONE (352) 854-2664 upon deposit of a check made
Last Known Address of payable to the Citrus County School Board In the
205 South Fillmore Street Anyone requiring reasonable accommodations to the amount of $50.00 per set. A refund of this deposit will
Beverly Hills, Florida 34465 public opening because of a disability or physical Im- be made upon the return of these Documents In satis-
pairment should contact the Office of Management & factory condition within ten (10) days after the open-
vou are hereby notified that your eligiblity to vote Is In Budget of (352) 527-5457 at least two days before the Ing of Bids.
question. You are required to contact the Supervisor of meetings. If you are hearing or speech Impaired, use
Elections. In Inverness, Florido, no later than thirty (30) the TDD telephone (352) 527-5312. The Citrus County School Board reserves the absolute
days after the date of this publishing. Failure to respond right to award the Bld to the lowest, responsive Bldder.
wlill result In a determination of Ineilgibillty by the Super- To obtain a copy of the Request for Qualifications Doc- to wave any Informality or Irregularity In any Bid, or to
visor and your name will be removed from the state- ument for this announcement, please visit the Citrus reject any and all Blds received based solely on the
wide voter registration system, If further assistance Is County Webisite of www.bocc.citrus.fl.us and select Board s determination of the best Interests of the
needed, contact the Supervisor of Electlans at the 'BIDS/PURCHASING' on the left hand side of the Home School District.
below listed address or call 352-341-6747. Page. Or, call the Office of Management &
susan GIll Budget/Purchasing at (352) 527-5457. CITRUS COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
Citrus County Supervisor of Elections INVERNESS, FLORIDA
120 North Apopka Avenue CITRUS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS BY: Sandro Himmel
Inverness. Florida, 34450 John Thrumston, Chairman Superintendent of Schools
Published one (1) time In the Cltrus County Chronicle Published one (1) time in the Citrus County Chronicle Published there (3) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
March 29, 2009, March 29, 2009, March 29. April 5 and 12, 2009.


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hard electric motor.
S$395. 937-346-4983
PONTOON
'97 21 FT. 50 Hp. 4
stroke.'00 Yamaha.
Witraller, Exc. cond.
1$6900.(352) 527-8150
PONTOONlSOAT
08' 20 Ft;"fo many
options to list. $13,000
Call for Info. 628-7926
POtOOn BOaf
i:;196; 18ft.;40HP
:: .Ydin 0 .4 stroke.
: ,8,500
(35 ,;860-1490
PONTOONN
,;Sylvan 20' Yamaha T50
i.TLRC Engine i.ke New
40hrs. Playpen Covrer
part-o-potty. extras
512 000(352) ,
1628-0281

03 3ROL et~er
: console bur A undjE<
''neerr ladje'o incl irit
Smay consider newer
rCorvette as trade
..$48K (352) 201-1833
PROLINE

L. 95, 20' 120 HP

''Incue U rlr G od
cond. REU D
$5,900.Call Pete @
~;(352) 746-4969
SEASV~rRL Jel 831
Soutrt 1998 14-li2
fo.:st. 4 'passenger jet
boajl 115~1-P OAIc
Dnve qlmost i~ke new n
Boal plurs 1997 galva.
nize ,waller *52,500

Ski Boat/Traller
Boal runs perfecr
$1,200.(352) 201-9004

23'L, 6' W,0 fOTH Evin.
mtr. w fuel enj. like new,
'"trlr. w/brks
$ 7750 3524893661
TRACKER
2002, 17FT,:75HP 4 ~
istroke Mercury,
$5,000 (352) 637-2638
iiUltimate~callop
8 oat 03, 25' Sun
Tracker, 05 Mere
90hp, Io hrs, tandem
till81. Ilke new exc
v alue)},1.500.*
352-886-1676
WELLCRAFT

j IO, alum. trlr.88,000
(352).344-965
I .Recreational
..Vehicles
05' TITANUM
S5 Th Wheel, 28E33SB
1 slide. 1000 Wets-
:iInjerted, central van.
261nch. TV.$30,500.
Or reasonable offer.
(352) 489-6835
3i2 HUD Homel
$22*, mol ',t jc.:.r si
8 % apr.For Llstings
800-366-9783 X 5704
'98 ENDEAVOR
38 Ft. W/ Sllde. 38 K MI,
Dual dlr. $35,000 Obo,
/ 3 2-637-6 o0r

'85A NeE\ mor,
generator. 27 ft.,
Al cond. $6.350
352-634-4793



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507-C-3 Charity
Marit~ime Ministries
(352) 795-9621
it Tax Dedulctible A

CARS,,TRUCKS,
RV'S, BOATS
Cash or Consign
j0fLpCONSGNMENT mUSA
US19, Across Aliport
,(352) 461-4518
A cnsignmentusa.org
CRUISE AIR
.. .0, Dileselpusher
$! 34000. 352 835-4273
FOUR WINDS
jx'03, Huaicarie .110 clas:
A motor home, 31V/2 f.,
7122k ml. V10gas, ducted
: rf. air, onan 4K gen., qn
SAvl Se3 ,00 Lets ak
(352) 397-5007
GEORGIE BOY
'OS, Pursuit, Class A.
30ft.
Excel, cond. 8k ml.,
2' Pllde outs, 2 T's, back
,-Up camera, all the belts
and whistles and much
rilore, must see this
evach~ Asking $50.000.
obo (352) 746-7626

GULF SfREAM
8 K.MI Hitc e 22
bar. Like new. $45,000
(352) 875-8890
GULF STREAM
BT Cruiser 03, 22' fully
tra Il S80..
(352) 341-1297
HAMPTON BAY
43ft. 2008
Completely furnished.
In greaf RV Park,
pool, clubhouse etc.
: $29,900/obo
(352) 464-272
Holiday Rambler
S'03, By Monico, 300
Cummins, 2 slides,
incl. tow vehicle.
mint cond. $84,900.
(352) 302-7073
Holiday Rambler
Admiral Motor Home
36' 2 slides, 340hp*
gas eng, all options *
transf ext, wart
$51,900
S352 795-3970
ITASCA NAVION
O J hscd s


dlel eClass God
mpg, low mi, 1, slide,
loaded. $55,995..
352-464-0371
JAMBOREE
29',2005, V-10,Clarss C
12,400 mi., Loaldedi
Perf, ConditlanI
Rleady to ol $39,000

Keiiystone 07

every opflon. Center
:ep W,'D add39' d nd
PI ce 10 Salo 5'.>. fIrm
352-794-3068
PACE ARROW
i;04, 38' 3 SLIDES
1kml fully loaded
tv' $92,500 ob o
352-3020743
Winnebago
94 32. class A.
Clean no poistjr
smoke. $9,600 Or Obo.
(352) 746-1169


TRAV EL TRAILOR
New refrlg. plus CD'
V, & AC. $5800
S(352) 795-1780
BANK FORECLOSURE
6 BR $25,000 2 BR
80-03066 978 74
BONAIR '01
19FT, 5th wheel. Q
bed. microwave, Irg
refdlg. Ue new66
$9,995. 352-489-361
FIFTH WHEEL
30 Ft. Ago W/slide-out.
Good cond. Moving
must sell, $5,400 Obo.
(352) 214-3688
I BUY RV',
lve Trallers, .
51heWneels,s
:Motor Homes
Call Glenn
(352) 302-0778
JAYCO
07:Jayr Flight
i* usea the a :me"
& looks new, green
clean, slps 6 $16,800
(352) 503-7431
KODIAK
'04, Hybrld Travel Trlr
AC, Heat, Micro. Tub/
S wer. toie c


KODIAK
'04, Hybrid Travel Trlr
AC, Heat, Micro. Tub/
S(Iwer, tailetexc cond
$9,5P$0 352-564-4151
MEADOWBROOK
.5th Wheel, 2000 Ex-
collent Photos at
Shttp://picasaweb.googI
a~he. Gkk~lenn
(352)302-6055 o
(727)6 92-904 or
Montaina
03, 5th wheel 3 :11005
Ilke new,S34,000.
Truck avail dso fri
tow (352) 2-53
TRAIL CRUISER '04
17FT, light weight
fully loaded. Used
10 times. $6800-
352-628-4522
ZEPPELIN '05
by Keystone, 29ft, 1-
sllde, vented alr/heat,
LQADEDg On bed In
frt. $13,500/obo (352)
634-1378: 795-2053
sAutoPas/
Z; Accessories
99 MitsubishI Eclipse,
wrecked, for parts exc,
2.0 1`6 val eng. auto,
trans. 2 sets of wheels
itlres 117krn 302-2781
464-0220 ~
C19Vy
'96, Camaro,
V6, auto, good runn-
Ing gear & front end
t-tops, alumn. wheels
w/ Tnw rire. ruri in tha .
$e~C:rs 800 ob
rea c.) 26-6864 o


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Weinted Vehicles
SDead or Allve,
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CARS, TRUCKS,
Cas or co ssgn
CONSIGNMENT USA
19i ,* ;I-r.:.: IrC (352) 461-4518
Sconlignmemusaoolg
CASH BUYER
Buving Used Cars
STrucks & Vans :
For used car lot
1.ARRY'S AUTO SALES
Hwy 19 S. Crystal River
Since 1973 564-8333

Cars

BMW
'03 ."-li LI. f <.
tlach.;u r~re-cl all
(352) 746-2696
BUICK
'05 Lacrosse CX, 3.8
SV6.Gas say.Iow mi.
CD. Onstar.$9,995.
Wooten's 637-7117
BUICK
2004, Jentury
Best Buy
1869688, B 43

CADILLAC '01
Catera, 34k ml, Afll
SWhite w/leather.
$63q0/obo.
845-282-3504
CADILLAC
.'89 Flesitwood, 4dr.
1.owner, great car
$1,200 (352) 344-1607
CADILLAC
'99 DeVille, 39 K. Mi.
Car Fax avail. Light
gold, ex. cnd. 7%,500


2003 Impala, ex-
ceptional $7988,
186H61-8 8476

SCHEVY
96 camaro, conv.

mpg5e blkA dpn .
$4700 352- 563-0615
SCHRYSLER
2007 PT CRUISER
Super Valie
$8988, P6190
1866-838-4376

CONSIGNMENT USA
AClean Safe Auto's
Financing Avail.
US19, Across Airport
(352) 461-4518
consignmentusa.org .
CORVETTE
2007 convertible
Scorvette,only 4,076 miles
on this rare silver on sil-
ver on sile vette, power


cnetb tp, 6 s
auto, paddle shift, heads
up display, magnetic F55
.suspension, navigation
system, all options avail-
able are on this gor-
geous vette, Over
$2,000 in
aftermarket parts
included, Your's
for only 49,000-
352- 210-3193
CORVETTE
'80, Stlngray, white,
86K mil. T -top roof,
Excellent condition
$12.000. will trade for
fruck. 352-563-6428
Df)DGE
2006 NEON SEDAN
SXT Excellent Con-
dition $7988, P6252
1866-838-4376
FORD
'03 Mustang Cony. .
autoT/-6,leatherall
pwr,80kgreat cond,
$7200. 352-382-2755


Tarus station Wagon,
alc, auto exc shape.
mech sound, A Must
See, great mph $2195
(352) 795-4454
FORD FOCUS SE
2LOU 4 DOCO 9
IN&OUT35MPG
,ALfOPAM/FM/CDPWR
DOWS.$3850.
860-377-6404 .
alexshlaiz~aol.com

HONDA
2000, INSIGHT,
One of a kind,
$8988, H11313M
1866-838-4376

HONDA
2002, Accord Sedan
SE Goreu $8988


; HONDA
2003, CIVIC COUPE EX
Incredible
$7988 H13029A
S1866-838-4)76
HONDA CIVIC 97
$5001 Poll e


2-dr, sun roof, 131k ml,
white. Well maln-
talned. $2650. (352)
628-7410: 628-6370
MAZDA
07jMZ3, Automatic.
Alloys $13,995.
Ocala Volvo.
,(352) 629-7299
"''~ MAZDA ,
200), Millenla Sedan
A.Dlamond
'$8988 H13094A
1866-838-4376
MERCEDES
'01 430 CLK, .
corwartible. $17,995.
Ocala Volvo,
(352) 629-72899
MERCEDES
'84, 380SL, converflble
pampered cream,
brwnInt. & top, 2 tops
$7,900 (352) 344-1484
MGB
Convertible 1977, 57k mi-
!8lue, man x-s Excellent
$10,500 (352)6280281
MITSUBISHI '02
.Lancer OZ, yellow, all
opts., leatherEVO
speller, great cond.
$350p. 352-527-2792 ~
( NISAN ,
'95, seritra,
5 speed; 158K ml.,
4950.
352-249-6235
NISSAN .
Lmi07 Alt me, Low mies.
$1f6,995. Ocala Volvo.
(352) 629-7299
NISSAN
2000, Maxima Sedan
SGXE, Only 59K Miles
$7,988, H12908A
1866-838-4376

NISSAN
2001 kAJTIMA

I 86- 38-4 6

NISSAN
2006, SENTRA
jutaran jlnry '.Jlues
1866-838-4376 '
PONTIAC.
'95 G ad Prix, V6
2dr.,$154K. Mi.1
Owner,Runs good.
$2,700. (352) 464-3625
SATURN
'06 Vue Auto
sitees5. ocala volvo
S(352) 629-7199
SATURN
'07, ION Sedan ION
2 Spanking
New,
39988, #P6304
1866-838-4376
/SUZUKI
'07.Forenza. 30K ml,
Sw/100k warr. LQAGED
.: tou;r .:rr. r~.
-10~ll 352-613-6613
TOYOTA
'06, Highlander,
Hy i, 80.00 L


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2001CAMRY
$8X 8 H1 SB
1866-838-4376

TRANSPORTATIONN
SPECIALS
HEADER+ 4 Lines
7 Days..... $..30,50
14 Do s $.....42.50
30 Da s $.....68.50
S(All e tra II ae
$5.0 pAer ~lnae
352-563-5966
.1 vehicle per ad.
Private Party Only
All ds are p i.
Some restrictions
may apply
VOLVO
04 S-60 R Edition.
$13,995 Ocala Volvo.
(352) 6297299
'VOLVO
'05 S60,Sharp
$1 ,995. Ocala Vol4,vo.
(352) 629-7299
VOLVO
'06 S-60, Low miles.
$17,995 Ocala Volvo.
(352) 629-7299
SVOI.3O
'06 XC90, V8 AWD.
$21,995. Ocala Volvo
(352) 629-7299
VOLVO
'07 S-40 Leather int.
Auto.$17,995 Ocala
SVolvo.(352) 629-7299
VOLVO


'08 S40, Sun roof,
leatherlnterior.
$20,995 Ocala Volvo.
(352) 629-7299

ii VehicleS
1954 CHRYSLER
Imperial. Restorer's
Dra.$6500.ob
352-228-0597
1954 CHRYSLER
Imperial. Restorer's
Dream. $6500.obo
352-228-0597
'53 MERCURY
2-Dr hardtop. 350 V-8,
auto. May trade In part.
352-621-0182;
727-422-4433
'56 FORD
Custom Ilne 4 door
sedan. 6 cyl auto.
$9,500. Will consider
trade for travel trailer
of equal value.
(352) 628-4053





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Park to host spring
gardening workshops
The Florida Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection's Homosassa
Springs Wildlife State Park will host
two workshops as part of its popu-
lar series of Gardening with Native
Florida Plants workshops. The two
workshops are scheduled for 9:30
a.m. to noon Wednesday, April 8
and Wednesday, Aprill15.
Park volunteer Marion Knudsen
will present the program "No Fuss,
No Muss Gardening" at the Garden
Pavilion in the Garden of the
Springs. This program will focus on
simple gardening with native
plants. The program is free with
regular park admission. Space is
limited; call the park's office at 628-
5343 to register.
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Mcintosh plan show
The Mclntosh Seedlings Garden
Club plans its annual Plant Show
and Sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat-
urday, April 4, in Van Ness Park, in
the center of Mcintosh. In addition
to the opportunity to purchase a va-
riety of ornamental, flower and veg-
etable plants, shrubs and trees
direct from the growers, garden
structures and accessories, there
will be raffle items and door prizes,
food, music, picnic tables and a
children's play area.
Interested vendors may call
(352) 591-5777 or (352) 622-8620.
The Master Gardeners from
Ocala will be present to answer all
your gardening questions. Come
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4826 N. Maplevlew Way
$227,000
3/2.5/2 pool model home w/detached
garage/workshop w/electric on
landscaped 1+ os res. Oversized
kt he wgat -irm. & s podo fireplace .
Sold "as-is" w/no known defects.
Mike McHale 352-527-1820
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432 E. Liberty St.
$329,900
Built in 2003, this 3/2/2 den/off home
has tile roof, paver walk & drive, self-
clean heated pool/spa, Corian, maple
cabs, oak hdwd., tile & Berber floors
Upgraded appl. Membership available
not mandatory.
352-746-0744 MLS#333194


2793 N. Brentwood Cir.
$199,000
Beautiful 3/2/2 on 3rd hole of
Brentwood Golf Course. Avalon/
previous model, never lived in full
time, the water feature adds a
peaceful feel to the expanded lanal.
Citrus Hills membership required.
352-746-0744 MLS#333213


.180 E. TRIPLE CROWN LP.
$265,000
d to sell! Spacious 3BR-3BA-2.5
garage, heated pool (recently
faced) immaculate move-in
tion. Granite counters I-uge
.Must See!
k Hildebrandt 352-746-0744
MLS#330617


$121,900
Patio home located close to all
cities. Excellent condition,
tiful rear view in easterly
tion. Fully furnished as shown
pt for personal Items. Social
bership available,
;2-746-0744 MLS#333288


4302 N. Indianriver Drive
$299,500
Mitch Underwood 4/2/2 w/htd. pool &
separate hot tub. Summer kit., living
& family rooms. Spacious laundry
room w/washtub and pull-out drawers
in a large kitchen. Private wooded
setting at a great price
352-746-0744 MLS#331560


3622 N. Tyrone Ave.
$229,900
This roomy 3BR/2BA home on an
elevated corner lot. Desired features
include island & desk in kitchen, walk-
in closets, pantry, hardwood floors,
garden tub, skylite, wood cabinets &
more!
352-746-0744 MLS#308480


330 E. Ireland Ct. I 5993 N. Nakoma Dr.
$289,984 $269,900
Spool home w/views of the Oaks Brand new 3/2/2 home on 1 acre in
Course. This home boasts Pine Ridge Estates. Open & spacious
Sister suites & a huge bonus rm. I kitchen w/wood cabinets, stainless
:t bar. Lg. closets & lots of steel appl. & large breakfast nook.
et space In kitchen. Membershipl IThe & carpet throughout home.
able. Beautiful lot.
;2-746-0744 MLS#309717 1 352-527-1820 MLS#327224


1815 W. Shanelle Path
$164,900
3/2/2 maintenance-free villa.
Clubhouse, indoor and outdoor heated
pools & spas, state-of-the-art tennis
courts & fitness center, 3 golf courses
& so much morel Social membership
required,
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have passed the
million dollar el
mark in sales vol- Goddard
ume. The team of RE/MAX
Alan and Rachel Realty One.
Ivory have sailed
pass the million dollar mark and are
quickly approaching the multi-mil-
lion mark. The team of Ellie Sutton
and Kelly Goddard in the Lecanto
office have already joined the mil-
lion-dollar club, too. RE/MAX takes
great plide in recognizing these as-
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3594 N. Timothy Terr.
$95,000
Lovely 2/2 villa in very popular 55+
community, The Glen. New carpet &
paint, spiffed up and looks new. Fees
cover roof, exterior paint, trash
pickup, cable, lawn & street
maintenance. A must see!
352-527-1820 MLS#326627


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*Built in 2004 Fenced corner lot
* Upgraded appliances Above ground pool
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and well-ared for in every way by avery discriminatng owner
at such a REASONABLE PRICE. This home has had
continuous updates. Large..48 acre lot with large pool and
separate area outside screened cage for entertaining or
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private acres. Fenced on 3 sides. New roof
& water softener, fireplace, 20x50 RV pad,
2 sheds, and home warranty included.
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E8 Sunday, March 29, 2009


enced significant rainfall
shortages compounded by
the effects of our traditional dry


homes in undeveloped areas,
some homeowners may wonder if
they are in danger of wildfire.
Find out if you are at risk, and fol-.


SORSOH eX tending from -
October to June. These
Very dry conditions
make wildfire hazards
extremely dangerous.
An emergency declara-
tion was passed by the
Citrus County Commis-
sion declaring a
drought emergency and
a burn ban now exists
in Citrus County. All
Open burning is forbid-
den in Citrus County
until the ban is re-
Seinded. This ban in-


low these guidelines to
reduce the threat of
wildfire. With careful
management and
preparation, fire can be
a positive force in
Florida's forests. Two
factors~ contribute to~
wildfire risk: Surround-
ing land use, and types
of vegetation around
the home.
Surrounding land
use: If you live in a sub-
division surrounded by
homes and lawns, or in


Joan Bradshaw
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Jane Weber
PAGE E15
Ask the Plumber
PAGE E16
Real Estate Digest
PAGE E4
For current property transactions,
use the search features on the Cit-
rus County Property Appraiser's
Web site, www.pa.citrus.fl.us.


eludes campfires, bonfires, yard
trash fires, household trash fires,
and wood or leaf fires. Penalties
for violating the ban include fines
Of up to $500 and imprisonment of
up to 60 days. Be fire wise this dry
Season and pay attention to poten-
tial fire risks.
With the steady rise of new


an urban area, it is unlikely that a
wildfire would reach your house-
Like the majority of Floridians,
you are at low risk of wildfire.
If you have undeveloped or
wooded land near, your home,
however, you could be at some risk

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Dear John: I have a pair of
that I am wondering
about. They are 2 1/2 inches
high and 1 3/4 inches
across. They were
given to my husband
by a business ac-
quaintance who said ~.
they were old
eggcups, but they
seem too smali'to ac-
commodate an egg.
Were eggs smaller
years ago?
They are blue and John Si
white with a lovely SlK~OR
Oriental landscape A'll
around the entire
cup. They only have
a faint blue mark on the base
which is indistinguishable.
What can you tell me about
them from the photograph? -
L.R., Crystal River
Dear LR.: An eggcup is a
small semi-ovioid cup resting on
or connected to a stemmed foot,
used for serving a soft-boiled
egg in the shell. Some say they
can be traced back to the ruins


of Pompeii. Eggeups have been
produced in a majority of coun-
tries throughout the world and
are still in production in most
countries. They were
made in a variety of
materials, i.e., ce-
ramics, glass, metal,~
plastic, ivory, and
more. Most of the fa-
'mous companies
produced them.
Prices range from a
few dollars to the
hundreds. They are
ikorski easily found in the
S8Kl'S antiques market-
ICplace and make an
interesting display,
as well as for practi-
cal use. Although the cobalt
blue decoration on your
eggcups is an Oriental motif, I
think they~ were produced in
England during the last quarter
of the 19th century. Potential
dollar value is below $100 for
the pair.
Dear John: I recently pur-

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William Stelg, a painter, IIlnstrator and sculptor. It was likely done for a book. There is little interest
right now in his work; this piece would probably sell for less than $100.


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$18,100 TO$239,900. #332270 #332501 REDUCED TO $274,000.




HOMOSASSA 1980 DIW M/H 3 Bedrooms, BEVERLY HILLS Totally Remodeled,
2 Baths, Split Floor Plan, 10 X 20 Screened 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath Home. Partially Fenced Rear
Doc,10X1 Workhp 8 X 2Shed, Gnurt Yard. Newer Roof 2005, New Appliances 2007
Range/Oven, 2Car Carport(13 X42). #328411 & 2008. Large Laundry Rm WIPantry. Lots Of
$69,900 Cabinets. #329861 $74,000


Model located on Pine Ridge Blvd.
in Pine Ridge 352-746-6668
Additional Models located on Hwy 19
at Sugarmill Woods 352-382-4888

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LAKEFRONT 1 Bedrm.
AC. Cleon, No Pets
(352) 344-1025
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stove, w/W&D. cbl. TV
air, util. inc. $700. mo.
+ sec, 352-628-6537

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1 Br. Laundry on site.
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Lecanto 2/2 Duplex
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130 S. Suncoast Blvd. (Between H-ome Depot & Badcock)
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WALDEN WOODS:
55+ 3yrs. old, furn: 2/2.
scrn.' porch, corport,-


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221 waterfont ............ 50
2/2/2 Wate ot $650....... fS
2/1/1 ........ .. ...... $600
2/2 Condo ..................... ..... $675

32/2/ CPo.............................. $625

2/1 Duplex............................ Q525
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2/1.5 Duplex.....................,.... $475
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51 MObile Homes


312 NEAR
SUGARMILL
WOODS

ps 55 Mn. 500
Sec.(352) 302- 0822
..3/2 -D/W Homosassa
$750 mo Ist last
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FLORAL CITY
1/1,Ag yrod.Frle
place, FiL/5. $550
mo (352) 726-6197
Free Isl Mo Rent
18 2 Br furn & Unfum
No Pers Delalls
Homos.352-628-4441
HERNANDO

240 nSec. 6 7 15
HOMOSASSA
3/2 DW. Fire plce.
part. fum. on 1 acre.
$800. Mo. Fst.1ec.
(352) 628-5178
HWY 488
Clean, 2/2, Shed. 1.rg
Lot. $500 mo. + dep
no peis. 352-795-6970


yrd,Fst.ILst.Sec.
$475.Mo0. No pets
(352)726-4842
INVERNESS



Inverness
.:- .-312, DW scrn. por.,
WID, Great Loc. Nice -
&. clean. $650mo.
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INVERNESS
i:i' .Close Inclean, quiel :
& comforrable Call .
f or Info. 352-212-6182
INVERNESS
Waterfont 55+ Park.
: 28R. 1-KBA, $425.
S1 BRI BA, 350 incl.
water 352-476-4964
LECANTO
2/2 DW New A/C &
carpet. .CflfAM $625
F/L/S. 352-795-8963


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$225/mol 5% down @
8% apr. For Listings
800-366-9783 X 5704
3bd 2ba Only
$199/Mol 5% dn 15
yrs @8% apr for
`Isitngs 800 366-9783

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FORECLOSURES
(352) 621-9181


Exceln cn iton.
1973 model. 24x66.
$5,000.
(352) 344-1521
For Sale or- Rent 2
S;bed/2 bath in Singing
Flora oiy 55fpark
Dw, on comer lot
SS~:950 a mnonin includes
lot rent
352-637-285-1 ater
S6pm
INVERNESS 55 +
1/1, 34 Ft. on lake.
Good condition. $2,9000
-(352) 419-6043 Jack
(512) E6-496 Jim
55+ Waterfront Park,
I BR. water Incl. A/C
$3.500 + $270 mo. lot
rent. 352-476-4964

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HOME-N-LAND
New Home 3/2

Salrfce Go00 down

Call to Qualify
352-621-3807
Homosassa
312 WIPorch, 2 Lg.

mt.Zer ga acr
Discounted.
3379S. Alabama
(352) 628-3908
INVERNESS 3/2
Lots of Room, '08
Cust.Ad/ons. Beautiul
Interior to much to
mention.1,550 Sq. Ft.
Fenc'd, 1/2 ac. on hill.
Deck, Quiet.i$63,000
(352) 302-7451
NEW JACOBSEN
TRIPLE WIDE
High end home on
2 Y2 Acres, 2150 sq ft,
3/2, glamour kitchen,
marble in bathroom,
appliance pkg.
Must Sell $179,900 or
$787/mo. Call
(352) 621-9181


acre, w/garage or
barn. East Inverness
$650 mo. WAC
(352) 726-9369


vs moone crimes


CRYSTAL RIVER 55+
55FT 2/1, 50 x 10vinyl
prch, deck, shed, .

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$235 mo Call Cmndy*
352-563-5502
Floral City, Singing
SForest, 2 BR, I-'laBA
Exc cond., lot rent .
35 20 42
518-598-2246. cell
Inverness 2/1|Carport
Nicely furnished.
remod. kit., be &
windows~scrrm,$17,500
shed (352 344-1380
(614)226-2336
LECANTO 55+
3/2, furn'd. Lot rent
$215. 352-601-7406:
352-422-7621

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Vinyl Fl. room, shed,
carport. Exc. cond
$37,500
(352) 382-2356
Seeing Is BelievingI
55+ Active Comm.
www~aysktlivervice;ehoacom
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furnished $60k, Walk n
Ready 352-795-9787

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:Own fin. avail $79;900


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(352) 621-9181
Bank R pos.
1Nith or W-Out
Property. Many to
choose from.
(352) 302-9217
CRYSTAL RIVER
"2/2,sw,on 1/2 acre,new
carpet& stove,toof I
'~Iover,10x14work
s~bo. 83 9 -133585
CRYSTAL RIVER
5 Acres + 1600 sq ft.,
'99 Doublewide
351-212-8794
HERNANDO/off 2600

bk yard 130x129, 2
shedsW/D,859,900
MOVE IN READY
(352) 341-4520

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REPOSE REPOS!
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1-BR Sec Dep. 1st Month $1 50
2-BR See Dep. 1st Month $200
Exp. 3/31/09
Cdril Monday Through Friday 8:O0arn 5:OOprn
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INVERNESS
Highlands, 2/1/1,
$590/mo Ist/1st/Dep.
(352) 344-2560
IN R ESS

813-973-7237
INVERNESS
Waterfront
Townhouse 212-%/,
with 3 decks &
balconies, private
community pool, very
quick access to Lake
Henderson, less than
3 mln. drive to down-
turn tn. rcaTs

$750 mo + sec. dep.
(352) 817-3185 appt
LECANT t.
3/2/2, 1,900 Sq. in


lease. (352) 527-0663

gol cus,3 se e
One mo Free. $900.
908-322-6529

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CITRUS SPRINGS
3/2/2 900 .
(352) 400-0230
SUGARMILL
3/2/2 Fla. rmDeck, new
appls. $850. Mo. Fst.
isec. (352) 382-1827


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3bd 2ba OnlY
$199/Mol 5%/ dn 15
yrs @8% apr for
listings 800-366-9783
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$199/Mo! 5% dn 15
yrs @8% apr for -
lisitings 800-366-9783
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HERNANDO
3/3 Furn. 1,760 Sq. ft.
2 acres.$1,500 Mo.
3225 Carl Rose Hwy.
(813) 245-0371
HOMOSASSA
On River, 2/2
secluded a/c. dishw.


INV. LAKE FRONT
2/2/2, Super clean,
tiled great area,
@ol 5 ib@$5.
352-476-4896
INVERNESS
3/2/1. Super clean'
tIre~d, r~ea ea
352-476-4896




BEVERLY HILLS
Nice area, $400/mo.
Includ 2 e elhngl

SRentOr
o Sale

3/2 HUD Home!
$225/mol 5% down @
8% apr. For Llstings
800-366-9783 X 5704


INVERNESS
Highlands 3/2/1
totally remolded.
new granite kit &(



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P
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HOMOSASSA
Own entrance & Bth.
everything incld. Must
pay 1/2 util. $b400.Mo.
(352) 860-1426
INVERNESS
All util. +cble., ncl

Mep.( 52) 41-5662
SUWGOARDMILL
Lg. room, all util. &

Mo.Call(352)257-9610.

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Hernando: New
Panvf'd Effic: $280wk.
Pool. rgIl~en $185wk.
Ifatlz 3bd $500wk.
352-726-4744

, Seasonal
SRental

CRYSTAL RIVER
1/1 Water. front, fumn.
$87S5o 352-302-9504
HOMOSASSA C.R.
FURN 2 & 3 BDRMS
River Links Realty
80 -48 584

Want to Rent 2/2
Home in Homosassa or
Crystal River, wlaccess
to water from Nov.
2 09hthry.April 210.
Ve ave no pes
don't smoke.
(603) 723-9826

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Renvtd Efi:$ Owk.
Pool. Italks $185wk.
IfQ02s 3bd. $500wk.
352-726-4744

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"Warehouses

3bd 2ba Only
s19/Mo 5% r rl5
lisitings 800-366-9783
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$199/Mol 5%/ dn 15
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Hernando. New
Renvt'd Effic $280wk.
Pool. Inflagn $185wk.
61~s 3d S5~k.

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$225/mol 5%~ down @I
8% opr. For Llstings
800-366-9783 X 5704


LECANTO
Cute Little Cottage,
Awesome view, totally
furnished, W/D, Util.,
incl. cln Toa Im ve



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AlVALUEINN.com
Hernando: New
Renvt'd Effc: $280wk.
Pool. naitag $185wk.
IfaMefS3bd $500 wk.
352-726-4744

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PROPERTIES
CITRUS SPRINGS
2/2/2 $7'75
BEVERLY HILLS
$800
CRYSTAL RIVER
WATERFRONT
CONDO $1125
HOMOSASSA
3/2 DW $700
Duplex $550
cal for more information.
OVER 40 TO CHOOSE FROM
DUNNELLON
2/1 Rainbow Lakes
Est., $625/mo
2 9-438-58085 or

INVERNESS
3/2, $650mo, 1st/L
$300 sec.
(352) 860-2055


2/22/S +a a1600 sq.ft.
$875.mo + util.
(727) 804-9772
SUNSET VILLAS
Senior Community
C~h eand FI-
Acpting
PlaeAppl cosy%
e.W .8ATP12p
124 SW 14th Ave.
(352) 493-0220
Rental Assist. Availl
F recour s
Equal Housing Op.

ol Rent: ~Houses
Us FUrnisheti

Citrus Springs
3/2, $700. mo. $500
sec. 352-795-4661

OI Rent: Houses
N -1 l__
O Unfurnlsheu

1,2&53Bedrooms
Rentfo own, No
credit ck352-484-0866
jademission.com
BEVERLY HILLS
1/111. FI rm, Sun rm,
Kit/Din, W/D,
fenc'd. $575 ma
2/2/1 Sun rm,$675 mo
(845)282-3504


BEVERLY HILLS
16 Donna St. 2/1,
$595. mo. (352)
527-8432: 697-1907
2BE2EL HIL

527-1051
BEVERLY HILLS
2-3/1 Remodeled
17 N. Melbourne $650
mo. 352-302-4057
Beverly HillS
2bt w FL room. C/H/A
W/D. First Month Free.
$675mo 352-422-7794
BEVERdLY HI2/LS

pool &spa $1,200
mo. 352-212-5894
canRus couTY
2/1 Near boat ramp.
$5003+ ec.6Ava12 4/1.
CITRUS SPRINGS
2/2/1 w/ sm. shed/wk
Is, hsoec. 6ni telsmoe
(352) 489-8968
CITRUS SPRINGS
3/2/1, $850mo. 81000
sec. 352-746-9436
CITRUS SPRINGS
4/2/2, 2,600 Sq.'$1,100
Mo.(813) 716-5605
CITRUS SPRINGS
Nice 3/2/2 Near Sch.
$900mo 352-816-0010
CITRUS SPRINGS
Rent or Rent to
Own
2 or 3 Bed + FL Rm.
Dne 13erd kt reat
Spotless
352-527-0493
352-427-7644
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/2 Clean, $850/mo
795-6299 697-1240
CRYSTAL RIVER N.
Country Club Dr
(PLANTATION GOLF

gaage sc n poc
First/Last/Deposit
352-563-1149
Dunn./Blue Cove
New 3/2, w/W/D.
$950; $500/sec.
Includes lawncare.
352-489-8575

3/2 DUNea~d Ond road
$650 mo. 1st, last + $400
sec. (352) 464-3417
DUNNELLON
NEa I// SS d
Sec.(352)427-3078
HOMOSASSA
2/1, wt. & sewer incl.
2 9272 9 3 D
HOMOSASSA
2/2/J $650/mo. (352)
795-1878; 382-1162
HOMOSASSA
Lovely, 3/2, 2/2
on acre
Lease out .Flexlble
Lg. Hot tb m.Occ.
352-795-0088
Inv. Highlands
3/2/1 Fl. Room.
Fenced. $695. mo.
(352) 201-9281
INVERNESS 3 /2
Downtown. $685 per
month, 352-419-0103


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APARTMENTS I



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(352) 344-1010
SMON. fthru FRI* I
S9am -4pm I
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SMove in Soedlalsl!
IBR sec. dep. 150 I
1 st mo. Rent $150
t2Rmeoc. depO I
SHUD Vouchers I
Accepted
to closures
Equarl Housing Op

2/1, Apt. $475. mo. +
elec. 1st & last or buy
D plex otrh r sicle will
$130,000 352-344-3125
INGLIS VILLAS
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Citrus Hills
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Unf. No Dogs $699
(718) 833-3767
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furn., W/D, 2 lanals,
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(352) 427-3078
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one near the Mall &
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old florlda setting.
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bedroom, 2 bath. Gar-
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Wood floors, Frig,
Dishwasher, Range,
Microwave,
Washer/Dryer, Attic.
($99K)
OWNE RF N NING
3/2/2/ Pool &spa.
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dn. 81050 mo, o no
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$79,000.
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he long cold winter of
the most freezing
nughts. In my sandhills gar-
den there were a few frosty
mornings in October '08. Six
months later.
the final ~:

fosr hr4.e

tropical and r
Zone 1
plants frozeth "1 ,J ~

ground. My Jane Weber
100 sur a JANE'

laWn graSS GARDEN
went dor-
mant ~after Thanksgiving. It
greened up in mid-March.
Olre hardy plant that fared
well was "Blue Pacific" ju-
niper, ~Juniperus conferta.
Originally from Japan in
Zones 5 to lo, it is commonly
called Japanese shore ju-
niper. The North American
HatiV6 Shore juniper, J. hori-
zontalis, is not readily avail-
able in Florida, although it
OCCUTS naturally from Zones 4
to 10. Junipers are in the

See JANE/Page E16


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Reduced from 114 K
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unit (no stairs> fully
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pool. (352) 527-2524


JANE WEBER/For the Chronicle
Blue Pacific juniper makes a hardy, long-lived groundcover that
can stand up to frost and add interest to landscape beds.


get an answer for almost 4'
years....please help. R.G.,
Internet
Dear R.G.: William Steig
was born in Kent, Connecti-
cut in 1907; there is no infor-
mation about his death. He
was a painter of genre scenes,
figures, cartoons, and illus-
trations, and he was a wood
sculptor. Most of his work was
as an illustrator. The picture
you have was likely an illus-
tration for a book, perhaps a
cover. Interest in the art mar-
ket for Steig has yet to de-
velop. Potential dollar value
of your picture is below $100.


John Sikorski has been a
professional in the antiques
business for more than 20
years. He hosts a call-in
radio show, Sikorski'sAttic,
on WJUF (90.1 FIM) Satur-
days from 11 a.m. to noon.
Send questions to Sikorski''s
Attic, c/o The Citrus County
Chronicle, 1624 N. Meadow-
crest Blvd., Crystal River; FL
34429, or e-mail ask
sikorski@aol.com.


Such as gold, red, green,
bronze, pink, purple, with red
and gold combinations being
the most common. It was typ- .
ically used in giveaway pre-
miums. I am not sure why the
glass was called Goofus. Per-
haps it was due to a popular
song during the time called
the Goofus song. Some of our
readers may recall the song.
We all wait to see your photo-
graphs and determine if you
have a piece of Goofus glass.
Dear John: Please assist
me in determining the value
of a drawing. It is,in its origi-
nal frame and signed. At the
bottom of the picture it reads:
"Reprinted from 'The Lonely
Ones' by William Steig, Copy-
right 1942. People Are No
Damned Good." The signa-
ture WSteig is at the right on
a slant. The frame is black
finished wood. There is a
sticker on the back of it read-
ing "Picture framing, Pincus
Picture Frame Shop, 141
Montague St., Brooklyn, N.Y.
Phone TRianigle 5-9633."
I know it is not a good pho-
tograph. I have been trying to


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travertine counter-
tops, dok,0 gzebo.
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Great choice for groundcover


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chased an item which I have
been told is Gufas glass. I tried
tO find this on the internet, but
the only reference is other
pieces being sold in auctions
with no pictures or informa-
tion. Have you ever heard of
it? What is it? Or how can I
find out? -JM.L., Internet
Dear M.L: Yes, I am familiar
with Goofus glass. I do not
knlow if what you have is Goo-
fus glass without a good clear
photograph of the front and the
back, including dimensions.
Goofus glass is an inexpen-
sive type of luster-painted
glassware, spray painted
prior to firing. It was pro-
duced by several American
glaSS COmpanies starting in
the late 1800s and on into the
1930s. It lost its popularity be-
cRuse as the glass was re-
peatedly handled and
washed, the paint often
scaled off. It was originally
painted with bright colors










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than 25 years in a good garden
situation. When old plants be-
come woody and sparse, re-
place them with young potted
specimens. Plants in 6-inch di-
ameter pots cost about $4 in big
box stores but less in smaller
nurseries,
Trouble-free, pest- and dis-
ease-resistant Blue Pacific ju-
niper makes a good ground
cover plant in sunny gardens.


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


drained soil but prospers if the
soil is amended with organic
compost or humus. Keep weed
seeds under control with a se-
lective pr~e-emergent herbicide
of mulch with pine needles.
All 50 juniper species are
cone-bearing gymnosperms
from temperate northern re-
gions of the world. There are
male and~ female plants. Most
are long-lived. Female seed
cones have fleshy, fused scales
that look like a waxy berry. Cer-
tain juniper berries are used to
flavor gin. Over the centuries,
various species of juniper have
been used as medicines, anti-
septics and diuretics. Confertas
are popular bonsai specimens
because they can be kept small


with continual pruning and tol-
erate poor growing conditions.
Young juvenile leaves :are
stiff needles about half an inch
long. At maturity the foliage is
softer, never more than an inch
long. If crushed, the leaves
have a pleasant, pungent smell.
New growth has a bluish color,
while older needles are green.
Some needles are shed each
year, dying off naturally. These
shed needles form a mat on the
ground that inhibits weed seed
germination and protects the
shallow surface roots from tem-
perature extremes,
Blue Pacific juniper roots
stabilize soil and prevent ero-
sion. It is ideal as a hillside
ground cover. The dense


branches prevent wind erosion
common in beachfront areas.
In Florida we have an uncom-
mon small butterfly, the juniper
hairstreak, 1VIitoura grynea, that
lays its eggs signally on low
branches of our native redecedar
tree, Juniperus virginiana, as
well as on Blue Pacific juniper.
The tiny slug-shaped, green
caterpillar grows to0.7l-inch long
and is difficult to find among the
dense foliage. Three generations
are produced a year.
During the long, cold winter
the juniper hairstreak exists in
the pupal stage and emerges as
an adult butterfly in spring to
feed on nectar and lay eggs on
low juniper foliage.
Shore juniper can live more


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cedar family, Cupressaceae.
"Blue Pacific" is a tough,
drought-resistant xericc), salt-
tolerant evergreen that can
withstand months of freezing
temperatures yet still- looks
great in the garden. Low-grow-
ing at 6 to 12 inches high, the
prostrate branches spread sev-
eral feet from the center. A sin-
gle plant will be 4 feet in
diameter after three years in
good garden soil. .
. It is an excellent ground
cover in full sun to light shade.
It can exist in sandy, well-








grasses, weeds, or shrubs; con-
tinuous thin layer of pine nee-
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is nearby. Corner of Stagecoach and narorg.Rci ciroeedfot
Turner Ave. SELLER IS MOTIVATEDI porch. Excellent condition. Shed and more!
$150,000. #327495
Call Ruth Frederick Call Doris Miner ar 726-5666 or
1-352-563-6866 344-1515 for more info.


Mum:. uIvaunaLT Aru vanLus Iou
can stretch your $$$$ here. 2 bedroom, 2
bath witheencloe po ch, carport adg utl
community o fers pool, clbhouse, boat or
RV storage. $21,500.
Pat Davis, Agent (352}212-7280.
www.c21ppftdovis.com or
Emarih c2 I podovis~earthinic.ner


WCHA 'S IT HERDTH??O EGRE (1L4
HOMESITE 3 bedroom, 2 bath DW
mobile home. Built 2008. Move-in ready.
Close to lakes and river. Conven ent to
1-75, Brooksville or Inverness. Peaceful,
cuntr atmosphere. #330333. A\SKING
Pat Davis, Agent (352)212-7280*
www.c2lw yvrs.om er
smour: c21pa @daiearthlik.net


home and can't find Ithe right spot? I have
~the perfect lot for you on a large comer,
nice trees, aity water and sewer available.
Can see the lake from the prop rty, city
wat rnht parkanear y. ehi eileahendl3
REDUCED TO $29,900. #319695
Call Ruth Frederick
1-352-563-6866


pool, large lanai, dock and boat launch
on Lake Davis! Previously listed for
S3 E,0.NTOW R U DNFORA
SHORT SALEl Can close immediately
Call Doris Miner 344-1515,
726-6668 or cell 422-4627


the nearby land. The type, size,
and density of the plants deter-
mine wildfire risk. Some places
may have characteristics of
more than one category.
Type of vegetation around
the home: You are at "low risk"
if you observe moist forest,


mostly leafy trees, or mostly
large trees; few plants growing
low to the ground; oak leaves or
other broad leaves covering the
ground; bare ground, improved
pasture, or widely spaced
grassy clumps or plants; or
open space with grass and


trimmed branches.
You are at "medium risk" if
you observe thick, continuous


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in ~the event of a wildfire. Take
time now to walk around outside
your home and look carefully at


2+ ACRES IN NICE AREA OF HOMES
& MOBILES. Home is a large doublewide
3/2 with inside laundry. LR w/fire lace,
dining room, kitchen all have wood Roors.
3BDs with large closets. Kitchen isa
gourmet delight with lots of cabinets &
counter space, screened bporch. Fenced &
cross-Fenced. 3 stall rn 2 sheds.
$131,900. #332497
Ca~ll Marrther Snyder 476-8727.


DRASTIC REDUCTION Absolutely stunning 3BR,
2BA, 2 car gaor home in the gate community of
Arbor takes. This is a lovely waterfront comm. w/
many activities, pool, library, clubhouse and more.
This home offers Corian counters, upgraded
lighting, pantries, inside laundry, priv cy screened

point, newer AC and mature landscaping. Make
sure to take a look at this home. #323713. THIS
HOME 15 NOW LISTED FOR $158,500.
Call Maxine ffellmers @ 352-212-4147
for your appointment to see this home.


t~i~lk~':: ---'s
GREAT FAMILY AREA OF HOMES
ONLY. Boasting 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
1 car garae nt is is a lovely home for a
rso urnts doCts, hos ital lan porod
lakes and forest. Plenty to do for all ages.
Call tmoda and let me showv you our lovll
Citrus County and this greatdel
#333111. ASKING $89,900.
Carll Marthar Snyder 352-476-8727


RsEADY lW Y2URhMOeVE. Invemness C
roof fresh pamntretoaio.Al
appliances includm~g TLwse
dryer stay. Florida room is light and bri he
uny ader ndC city se r. Easy to shior.
#332889. $144,90o
.0k .r la~nneoorwa Wilc;r P I k
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Located in Sugarmill Woods
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PICKREL (352) 726-6668
After Hours: (352) 212-3410 "i
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rL..a 1645 W. Main St., Inverness, FL ut-ilo lordce


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We invite you to see this wonderful pool home with a 3/2/2
split plan. Large backyard is terraced and landscaped with
privacy fence. Cart path to 1.G. & C.C. $179,900.
Directions: Old Floral City Rd. Left on Sandpiper. Left on
Stroud to Winding Path.



Lou Miele, Real~tor e
4511 N. Lecanto Hwy. Beverly Hills, FL 34465
Office: 352-746-3600
Cell: (352) 697-1685 g
e AMERICANl ERA'
ALWAYS THERE FOR YOU8 REALTY & INVESTMENTS ..vr


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.o~ilrs Clrus 5pr~rJg pE,:1 bc~m. Tr..s beaubllull,


NiOREASO~NABL is or Tnt rist or Ins no~u-e has 1;2r0 retraorlacle
OFFER REFUSED jbnnp .ri ur Ine po<-.r. All appl''jncl, .n:Ilulcd C .1
il C, appeln~imen r iL5a329td.1 S149,900
LECANTO -.ii e l. weil m-..r-tai a 3dearccori r..:.m.I
CPP r. (AC. I.:.[ Th.,: "..).r., Itlar.5 Ijr?F CEu........-l
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F.1LS#330ji'~ 5149.900
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M.:me ..E re, r..mo, Ic iOI n' ll.932886,6 589,900
~:: PRICED FOR IMMEDIATE SALE Tr..s

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,.aur ,e j .:r..r..) >.11I to .) re' r.1L~j31.6E, 5184,990
LOTS AND ACREAGE ALSO AVAILABLE!
MLS#326201: 0.23 Acre, Citrus Springs...............................$750
MLS#329512: 1+ Acres, Hwy 41, Floral City.....................$20,000
MLS#331076: 7+ Acres, Crystal River........................ .....$159,000


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FABULOUS TERRA\ VISTA\ COURTYARD,
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dles and scattered pine trees;
scattered palmettos or shrubs
"? to3 e" et talnossparakddbr
clear view into or across the un-
developed area.
You live in a "high risk," fire-
prone area if you observe a
thick bed of pine' needles and
:lots of pine trees; continuous
palmettos, shrubss, or sawgrass
more than 3 feet tall; vines and
small-to-medium trees or
palms beneath taller pine
trees; impenetrable shrubs or
young pines; no clear view into
the undeveloped area because
of dense growth; or a connec-
tion og the ground to the
canopy with vegetation.
For residents hymig in areas



signs and posts. Make sure the
driveway has a 16-foot clearance
of vegetation, and create a 30-
foot-wide- space around your
home for fire trucks to maneu-
ver. Create a defensible space
which separates landscape veg-
etation from surrounding forests
and leaves room for fire fighting
equipment to maneuver.
Inside your defensible space,
trim lower branches up to lo feet
on tall trees, remove vines from
trees, and keep shrubbery away
from pine trees so that a fire on
the ground cannot climb up
these fuel ladders to the treetops.
Use shrub islands or patches
of perennials rather than con-
tinuous beds of plantings. Thm
trees so branches do not touch
each other.
Keep combustible items like
wood piles, compost piles, gaS
grills, gas cans, and propane
tanks at least 30 feet away from
your house. Clear away dead
vegetation, pine needles, and
branches.
Use mowed grass, gravel
walkways, and mulched plant-
ings near your home. Although
mulch helps retain soil mois-
ture, it must be kept moist or it
ca n e om e fu e s uc .

on the east and west sides of your
house. Their shade is important
to cool your house, and the flat
leaves trap moisture on the
gound. in s aso pmod sgoni
rake up pine needles.
See DROUdGHT/Page E20


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Edgewater II Model bt
* Upgraded Appliances & Microwave
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* Large Walk-in Closet.
* Kitchen Pantry L ~ tle~U ehl~R~
* Cultured Marble
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2271 South Olympic Hills Terrace (352) 726-2179 einc 1988
Directions: Hwy.41 S. of invemess, tumn left on Eden Drive, take 1st right at South Olympic Hills.


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yaupon holly, red cedar, and
gallberry within 30 feet of your
home. These shrubs are appro-
priate farther from your home
and in natural areas managed
with prescribed fire. They con-
tain resins, oils, and waxes that


burn readily.
For more information, please
contact Citrus County Exten-
sion at 527-5700.
Citrus County Extension
links the public with the Uni-
versity of Florida/IEAS's knowl-


edge, research, and resources
to address youth, family, com-
munity, and agricultural
needs". Programs and activities
offered by the Extension Serv-
ice are available to all persons
without regard to race, color,


handicap, sex, religion, or na-
tional origin.

Dr Joan Bradshaw is the Direc
torofthe UniversityofFlorida
/IE4S Citrus County Extension.


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