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SEPTEMBER 26, 2009


Dunnellon police chief quits


Popular sergeant named interim chief


ounnenon olice unier noger -ree
resigned Friday. Sgt. Joanne Black
was appointed interim chief. No
reason was given for Free's resig-
nation.


PAT FAHERTY
For the Chronicle
DUNNELLON - Dunnellon
City Manager Lisa Algiere an-
nounced Friday afternoon that
Police Chief Roger Free had re-
signed and she had appointed
Sgt Joanne Black as interim
chief.
"I'm sure it was for personal


reasons," said Algiere, though
there was no official explanation
given for the resignation.
, Free had been selected for the
position in March 2008, replacing
Chief Robert Jackson, who had
Been on the force for 20 years.
Free's appointment,which was
announced unexpectedly at a city
council workshop, was immedi-
ately controversial.
'^s:


Free had been fired from his
previous job as chief of police in
Flagler Beach, Various news re-
ports and Web site stories linked
it to his handling of a televised
sex sting operation and its re-
ported repercussions. Printouts
of the stories were circulated in
Dunnellon.
Bill Bailey, Dunnellon city
manager at the time, labeled the
information as skewed and erro-
neous. He had also denied ru-
mors that the popular Jackson


had been forced out .
Bailey said Free's background
was checked thoroughly and he
came highly recommended. Bai-
ley said Free had taken over a de-
partment with problems In
Flagler Beach and had success-
fully reorganized it, which won
him accolades, though there was
pending litigation when Free left
According to Bailey, Free had
.26 years of experience in law en-
forcement in Florida, with cities
See CHIEF/Page A5


'Garbage guru retiring


MATTHBW aBCK/Chronilol
Susan Metealfe is set to retire as Citrus County's solid waste director at the end of October, The self-titled garbage guru said many
changes have taken place since her tenure began, and many more will have to take place In the future.


After 16years as solid
MoiK WRI GHT
Chronicle


A after more than 16 years on the
job, Susan Metcalfe retires at
the end of October as Citrus-
County's solid waste director.
Metcalfe, known as Susie to friends
and co-workers, brought a background
in environment and geology, both in the
private and public sector, to her job in
Citrus County.
During her tenure, Metcalfe has
helped usher in landfill expansion, an
ever-expanding role of recycling and
leaves as Citrus County is getting serious
about a regional approach to waste dis-
posal,
'" never thought I'd be the garbage
guru," she joked.
Metcalfe shared her views and experi-
ence during a recent interview.


waste director, Susan Metcalf stepping down,
west side, The landfill didn't look so
" ll It was a mess. great either.
"It was a mess," she said, "Rain
Rain washed out the washed out the side slopes of the cell,
, Extra material was coming in, We had
side slopes of the cell. all these appliances coming in at once."
tra m erial w s What a way to start a job, Metcalfe
Extra material was thought. "It's a wonder I didn't say, 'see
Cmin In. ya,"' she said.
comling in. She drew inspiration from a plaque
on her office wall containing a quote
SSuesan Metcalfe from Eleanor Roosevelt: "A woman is
about her first dayon the jobln 1993 like a teabag - you never know how
after the "no-name storm" hit. strong she is until she gets in hot
water"
As for the landfill itself, Metcalfe de-
At the start scribed the condition as "pretty sad."
Metcalfe joined Citrus County in "People could drive right into the cell
March 1993,just days after the "no- to drop off their garbage,"she said. "We
nme,".b, a~m that, hht *ti h ,h ind. had no citizen-service area,"


and flood ng to much of the county's


See GARBAGE/Page A7


No gloom


at EDC


cookout

Event draws good
crowd despite
BOCC vote
CHRIS VAN ORMER
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Good times may not come
around often during hard times,
so make the most of opportuni-
ties.
That seemed to be the theme
Thursday at the annual barbecue
sponsored by the Citrus County
Economic Devel-
opment Council,
even though
members were
coming to terms
with the county
pulling the plug
on their funding
Tuesday,
As the Mick Randy
Sharp band Walker
played and says county
guests einoyed knew about
beer and barbe- reserve fund.
cue at the Holcim
Ranch in Crystal For each
River, they still board
were pondering mern.
what Citrus ber's
County commis- opinion
sioners wanted P
from the EDC, PWsKA
Commissioners
had voted Tuesday, 41, to end the
county's funding arrangement as
of Oct 1, But then commissioners
invited any organization to sub-
mit proposals to operate some-
thing similar,
Business community people
mingled and shared laughs, even
though a question hangs over the
EDC, By all appearances, the
event was as well attended as in
previous years.
"With the EDC, it goes three
ways," said Randy Welker, execu-
tive director. "It's based in the
community, business or govern-
ment. It seems they want a ntew
model, as this is community. And
it's nice, If it was business, the
chamber would run it"
When EDC executive board
members presented their plan
See COOKOUT/Page A7


Police still looking for driver who hit teen, drove off


Youth improving fndraiser slated
today at Crystal River High School


AMANDA MIMS
Chronicle
A'Homosassa teen severely in-
jured in a hit-and-run accident
darly Sunday morning is in a
Tampa hospital recovering,


Crystal River Middle School
eighth grader David Curry Jr., 18,
was walking with his cousin on
County Road 490 early that morn-
ing when a vehicle, believed to be
a white Chevrolet Z71, went off
the road and hit him,


Curry, an athletic student who
was scheduled to play in a foot-
ball game this past Tuesday, suf-
fered a broken pelvis, a broken
leg and had two concussions, He
underwent several surgeries and
was sedated much of this week
because of swelling in his brain,
Curry's condition Is improving;
he hasbeen breathing on his own
and communicating with his fam-
ily.
The community has rallied


around the Curry family, said the
boy's grandmother, Patsy Curry.
She said the family is very grate-
ful for all of the prayers anawell-
wishes for his recovery.
The school is helping them by
hosting a fundraiser, starting at 9
a.m, today at Crystal River High
during the Sharks' games, They
are collecting donations for the
family and selling $5 barbecue
plates. There will also be a dunk-
ing booth, All proceeds will go to


the family,
The crash investigation is con-
tinuing and police are looking for
the driver. Anyone with informa-
tion can call Florida Highway Pa-
trol Sgt, Larry Kraus at (813)
213-1867 or FHP Tampa dispatch
at (813) 61-4020. The Citrus
County Sheriff's Office is assist-
ing with the investigation and is
taking tips through Crime Stop-
pers of Citrus County at (888)
ANYTIPS (26-8477),


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Details emerge
A terror suspect allegedly
planned his attacks for
$ept, 11,/Page A12


Iranian nukes
Western leaders warn: Come clean on enrlchment,/Pap A12

Bigger b!lli Water board OKs fee Increassa/Page AS
Fore! Web site alms to bring golfers together/Page A$

HlIat Care Dams conlider taxing certain polfile,/Pgse A12


Downward drift
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LHS Homecoming Queen


BRIAN LaPETER/Chronicle
Yukiko Palmore was crowned Homecoming Queen Friday night during halftime of the
Lecanto High School football game against Springstead.


County BRIEFS


Calling musically
talented kids
The monthly Music in the
Park in Crystal River is looking
for talented kids and young
adults age 20 and younger to
audition for the Saturday, Oct.
17 event. Do you sing solo or
are part of a band? Do you
dance or play an instrument?
To schedule an audition, call
Mike Shier at 563-0613.
Democrats to hear
about health care
National health care will be
the subject at the Southwest
Citrus Democratic Club at 1030
a.m. Saturday, Oct. 3, at the
Homosassa Library at 4100
Grandmarch Ave., off Grover
Cleveland and east of U.S. 19.
Democrats and other inter-
ested residents are invited to
attend.
Four Citrus County speakers
will explain current problems,
developments, progress, pre-
dictions and recommendations
for those attending to take ac-
tion in support of the plan to in-
clude all citizens. They want
the public option included. The
speakers are part of a local citi-


zen team that spent many
hours of intense research and
preparation on health care re-
form. Questions will be taken
afterward.
Speakers are Roz Odell,
chairwoman of the Citrus
County Democratic Executive
Committee, native American
and retired University of Cali-
fomia professor; Wendy Hor-
gan, University of Connecticut
law graduate; Cheryl Reed,
small business owner and Rin-
gling School of Art scholar; and
Sheila Woods, small business
owner, University of Maryland
graduate, agricultural and plant
specialist in Africa and the
United States.
For additional information,
call Tim Brennan, vice presi-
dent, at 628-1684.
Conservative group
talks senior issues
Ronald Reagan Republican
Assembly Inc., formerly Florida
Federation of Republican As-
semblies, is conducting an ur-
gent meeting open to all
conservatives, no matter what
party affiliation, for 1 p.m. Sat-
urday, Oct. 10, in the South
Square Plaza, located at 938


N. Suncoast Blvd., Crystal
River. Citrus County senior and
resident Tom Barron will speak
on senior issues including
health care.
Audience input will be wel-
comed and refreshments pro-
vided. Call Renee McPheeters,
257-5381.
Register to pedal in
moonlight bike ride
The 6th Annual Cooter and
the Night Riders Moonlight
Bike Rides gives riders a
unique chance for a nighttime
ride down the Withlacoochee
State Trail.
The Oct. 17 ride begins 6:30
p.m. at Suncoast Bicycles at
322 N. Pine Ave., Invemess,
.and continues south through
Floral City. Riders can choose
..distances of 15 or 30 miles. A
cookout follows the,ride.
Pre-registration for $15.is
available until Oct. 9, which en-
sures a T-shirt. The fee is $20
after Oct. 9 and does not guar-
antee a shirt.
The ride is part of the Great
American Cooter Festival,
which includes the Cooter Idol
and Miss Cooter competitions.
-From staff reports


CHS Homecoming Queen


CATHY KAPULKA/For the Chronide
At left, Citrus High's 2008 Homecoming queen, Lauren Hewes, crowns CHS's 2009 Home-
coming Queen, Heather Cogar, during the halftime show at Citrus' home football field.


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Around the
COUNTY

Shelter operations
back to normal
The Citrus County Animal
Services shelter in Inveress
is back on its normal schedule
after the first of a series of pest
control treatments done on
three successive Mondays.
Shelter Operation Manager
Pattie Amon said the treat-
ments are disruptive and
cause the kennel area to be
closed for that day to people
who would like to view the
animals for adoption.
The front office, however,
will remain open on those
next two Mondays for the last
two treatments, and if adop-
tion arrangements have al-
ready been made, they can
go forward in the office. The
public just can't get in the
kennels on those next two
days, which will be this Mon-
day, and Monday, Oct. 5.
Otherwise, operations are the
same, she said.
The public may continue to
call the shelter on those Mon-
days and review its Web site
at www.citruscritters.com to
search for a pet and see what
is available. For more infor-
mation, call Animal Services
at 726-7660.
Fall brings birding
opportunities
Fall is a special time of
year for bird watching in
Florida. It brings a chance to
catch sight of many beautiful
migratory song birds as they
pass through our area on
their way to winter homes.
Each day brings new oppor-
tunities to see individuals-and
flocks of unique birds such as
the colorful warblers and
sparrows.
Citrus County Audubon
Society is leading a bird
watching field trip beginning
at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 1,
to Clay Island in Lake
County. This trip is an easy-
walking, 2- to 3-hour hike
through some premium bird-
ing settings. During an an-
nual bird count in 1998, more
than 170 species were seen
along the trail, the highest
total for an inland species
count in 100 years.
The walk is led by experi-
enced birders Mavis and
Franklin Grebenc
(sivam3510@yahoo.com or
341-3719). Pre-registration is
not necessary and partici- -
pants with all levels of birding
skills are welcome. In the
event of very inclement
weather, the walk may be
postponed. See www.Citrus
CountyAudubon.com for
complete details and direc-
tions.
Center's Sunday
performance cancelled
The Carol Kline Sunday in
the Hills performance at Bev-
erly Hills Recreation Center
has been cancelled.
CFCC, HPH present
class on aging
The Citrus campus of Cen-
tral Florida Community Col-
lege and HPH Hospice are
presenting "Final Gifts: Car-
ing for Aging Loved Ones"
from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday,
Oct. 13 and Thursday, Oct.
15. The facilitator is Wendy
Hall, licensed clinical social
worker.
Topics will include living
with challenging medical con-
ditions, understanding op-
tions due to finances and
available resources, when to
reach out to health care pro-
fessionals and accessing
community resources.
"Final Gifts" is offered at no
charge, but please pre-regis-
ter by calling the college at
(352) 249-1210. For informa-
tion, or to schedule a speaker
on caregiving, call HPH Hos-
pice Community Liaison,
Wendy Hall at 527-4600.


-From staff reports

Correction
Due to photographer error,
Yukiko Palmore's name was
misspelled in a photo caption
on Page A3 of Wednesday's
edition.
The Chronicle regrets the
error.


Water board OKs rate hikes


Two utilities get

go-aheada others

being considered

Special to the Chronicle

The Citrus County Water and'
Wastewater Authority has taken ac-
tion on two rate increase requests,
including the largest private utility
in the county, Rolling Oaks'Ul1ilitm.
which serves the Beverly H il Is area


The authority has approved a rate
increase of 18 percent for water and
12 percent for wastewater for Rolling
Oaks. The maintenance of the utility
is being stepped up and tracked by
the county Office of Utility Regula-
tion. This was the utility's first full
rate case increase in 22 years.
In another case, an Aqua Utilities
Florida Inc. rate request was ap-
proved for a consolidated rate that
was approximately a 32 percent over-
all average increase for their water
customers. This was the utility's first
full rate case increase in 12 years
after acquiring the utility and making


much needed repairs over the years.
In a pending case, Tarawood Util-
ities is scheduled to have a final set
of rates recommended by the au-
thority's consultant at the Oct. 5 au-
thority meeting. This will complete
the processing of the first full rate
case for this utility.
Finally, Cinnamon Ridge Utilities
is filing for a price index increase
by the end of the calendar year.
The county regulates 11 of the 200-
plus private utilities in the county.
Private utilities come under county
regulation when they request it, or
when a majority of ratepayers re-


Teams hone negotiation skills


MATTHEW BECK/Chronicle
Citrus County Sheriff's Office Detectives Dodi Pruitt, left, Brad Smith, right, and Steve Conley train Friday morn-
ing at the Lecanto Govenrment Center during a crisis negotiation exercise. Citrus and Marion ' ity Sher-
iff's Office crisis negotiators worked together through the exercise.

Law officers train to resolve standoff without violence


SHEMIR WILES
Chronicle

The police officers were real,
the equipment was real, but the
hostage situation at the Lecanto
Government Building was all just
a simulation.
Crisis negotiation teams with
the Citrus County and Marion
County sheriff's offices conducted
a lockdown/negotiating drill Fri-
day morning at the Lecanto Gov-
ernment Building in Lecanto.
Two CCSO volunteers posed as
"bad guys" who had taken hostages
inside the building. The scenario
stated the two men were brothers-
in-law and one of the men was
upset because his home was being
demolished after being deemed an
unsafe structure. Knowing that
shots were fired and the two men
could be possibly armed with ex-
plosives, the negotiators worked
most of the morning on trying to
talk the men down, as they would
do in a real situation.
Sheriff Jeff Dawsy said the drill
was an important exercise for not
only keeping the negotiation team
on their toes, but also continuing
the cultivation of a unique rela-
tionship with the Marion County
Sheriff's Office.
Sgt Chris Evans with the Citrus
County Sheriff's Office said the
crisis negotiation team practices
about four hours a month. They


also do special eight-hour ses-
sions and attend seminars. Evans
said the team tries to do as much
training as possible to stay effi-
cient
"We believe in the more train-
ing, the better," he said.
By having drills and simula-
tions, Evans said it helps the team
become better at obtaining their
ultimate goal in any hostage situa-
tion - resolution through com-
munication.
"Our job is to get them out and
get them safe," Evans said.
Keeping the CCSO negotiators
on their toes was volunteer "bad
guy" Tom Gotterup. As a former
New York police officer who
worked with the emergency serv-
Sices department, Gotterup said he
has been involved with hostage
situations before. Evans said Got-
terup has played the role in pre-
vious drills and credited him for
having the knack to give the nego-
tiators a tough time.
Outside in their work vehicles,
both teams worked diligently on
talking with the hostile citizens
and communicating with each
other as the situation developed.
Deputy Andy McEwen handled in-
telligence for the CCSO team. His
job entailed gathering back-
ground information on the sus-
pect Events like deaths, divorces,
anniversaries or even mental
health issues can cause people to


engage in'. hostage situations.
McEwen said talking with family
members, co-workers and neigh-
bors could give him a better idea
of what a suspect might be dealing
with, in turn giving the negotiators
a better idea of how to handle the,
situation.
Detective Ed Serocki with the
CCSO worked as the assistant
team leader and helped feed in-
formation between the negotia-
tors and team leader Evans.
Serocki said drills like these are
essential in keeping everyone
sharp. Though Citrus County
doesn't experience many hostage
situations, Serocki said sustaining
the officers' ability to interact with
hostile citizens in these circum-
stances is always a priority.
For the Marion County team,
deputy Brandon Spillman re-
mained in constant contact with a
second hostage taker in the build-
ing. Deputy Elena Jones said dur-
ing these conversations, the
negotiators want to give people
the path to make good decisions to
defuse a potentially dangerous sit-
uation and remind them of their
options.
"You can choose to kill people,
you can choose to go to jail, or you
can choose to end it right now,"
Jones said.
Contact Chronicle reporter
Shemir Wiles at 564-2924 or
swiles@chronicleonline.com.


Golfers launch tourney Web site


AMANDA MIMS
Chronicle
Local golfers don't have to
wait around for flyers to ap-
pear to get information on
benefit tournaments com-
ing up, and they don't have
to wait for an invite to know
which one is in the works
next week or next month.
A local man and his
friend have come up with
the Web site www.ultimate
foursome.com, where
golfers can find informa-
tion about tournaments not
only in Citrus County, but
also around the state and
the country, and where golf
clubs and others can post


information about upcom-
ing tournaments for free.
Anyone can register with
the Web siteg, which gives
members the3ability to seek
out other golfers
and search the ON TH
member database
for players based urww.
on specific skills s
and abilities.
"You can form your ulti-
mate foursome," said
Michael Alt, a local golfer
who started the site with
his friend, Tod Jeffers.
Users can also send mes-
sages to invite other mem-
bers to play
"This is a great tool," Alt
said. "We feel like this is our


Facebookofgolf, ifyou will."
Alt and Jeffers were
playing in the annual Zeke
Lepinskie Memorial Golf
Tournament almost exactly
one year ago
IE NET when they came
iti up with the idea.
ti'mate A friend asked
mecom Alt to play in the
tournament and
form a foursome only days
before the event took place.
When he got there he no-
ticed there were only
around 40 other players
and found out the event had
been advertised mainly
with flyers.
"The whole round of golf
my partner Tod and I are


thinking about how we get
the word out," he said.
"We really came up with
the concept talking back
and forth over the phone."
It's a year later - this
year's Zeke Lepinskie tour-
nament is today - and the
site has been up and run-
ning for about two months.
"We've been getting
some great reviews on it.
Everybody loves it"
Ultimately, they want to
grow the Web site into a
business.
"Our main goal is to
drive more business not
only to the tournaments
but also more players to
the golf courses."


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quest it or when the public interest
and health is deemed at stake.
Utilities Regulation Operations
Director Charles Howard said the
current goal of the Office of Utility
Regulation is to have eleven out of
eleven - or 100 percent of the reg-
ulated utilities - have new rate
schedules in place or in process by
the end of the calendar year.
"We are well on our way to meet-
ing that goal, at 82 percent. By the
end of November 2009, we should
be at 91 percent," he said. "We are
hoping to have the last filing in
process by the end of December."





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For the RECORD


Citrus County
Sheriff's Office
DUI arrest
* Betty Lou Leonarczyk, 61, of 780
W. National St., Hemando, at 9:53 p.m.
Thursday on misdemeanor charges of
driving under the influence and refusing to
submit to an approved chemical/physical
test for alcohol. According to the arrest re-
port, Leonarczyk refused to perform any
field sobriety tasks or submit to an ap-
proved test of her breath. Bond $1,000.
Other arrests
* Ryan Matthew Miranda, 19, of
6189 E. McMullen Road, Floral City, at 1
p.m. Thursday on an active Citrus County
warrant for a felony charge of felony bat-
tery. Bond $2,000.
* John Joseph Sullivan, 19, of 10303
S. Evans Point, Invemess, at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday on felony charge of burglary of
an unoccupied structure and burglary of
an unoccupied conveyance. According to
the arrest report, Sullivan attempted to
steal two vehicles and also stole two oil
lamps and CDs from a vehicle. Bond
$20,000.
* Rebecca Deann Villatoro, 45, of
6646 W. Seville Court, Crystal River, at
1:59 p.m. Thursday on an active Citrus
County warrant for a misdemeanor
charge of obtaining property by means of
worthless check. Bond $750.
* Jose Ramon Lopez, 41, of 224 W.
Valerian Place, Beverly Hills, at 1:14 p.m.
Thursday on felony charges of dealing in
stolen property and grand theft. Bond
$7,000.
* Salena Lanise Reece, 21, of 11
Huechera St. E., Homosassa, at 5:20
p.m. Thursday on misdemeanor charges
of resisting an officer without violence and
driving with a suspended/revoked license
and on an active Citrus County warrant for
a failure to appear on a misdemeanor
charge of driving with a suspended/re-
voked license. Bond $1,000.
SGerrie Sue Sisson, 48, of 6090 S.
Premiere Ave., Homosassa, at 4:45 p.m.
Thursday on a felony charge of sell-
ing/manufacturing/delivering or possess-
ing a controlled substance with intent to
sell/manufacture/deliver. According to the
arrest report, Sisson was released on her
own recognizance for being cooperative
with the inItestigation.
* Peter Lamont Johnson, 41, of 4230


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


S. Locust Terrace, Homosassa, at 12:37
a.m. Friday on a felony charge of driving
with a suspended/revoked license (habit-
ual traffic offender). Bond $2,000.
* Kareem Olajuwon McKinnon, 18,
of 954 N.E. Sixth St., Crystal River, at
12:27 a.m. Friday on a misdemeanor
charge-of disorderly conductBond $250.
Burglaries
* On Sept. 21, approximately 3:15
a.m., two white juvenile males were ar-
rested for burglary to an unoccupied
structure and loitering or prowling in the
8100 block of W. Bicentennial Park Drive,
Crystal River.
SA burglary occurred at approximately
5 p.m. Sept. 20 to a conveyance in the
1900 block of N. Scenic Way, Crystal
River.
SA burglary occurred at approximately
6 p.m. Sept. 19 to an unoccupied struc-
ture in the 800 block of S. Suncoast
Boulevard, Homosassa.
MA burglary occurred at approximately
3 p.m. Sept. 14 to a conveyance in the
8200 block of E. Turner Camp Road, In-
verness.
* A residential burglary and petit theft
occurred at approximately 11 a.m. Sept.
20 to an unoccupied residence in the
3200 block of W. Parkville Street,
Lecanto.
* A commercial burglary occurred at
approximately 4:23 a.m. Sept. 20, to an
unoccupied structure in the 2600 block of
N. Lecanto Highway, Lecanto.
HA burglary occurred at approximately
5 p.m. Sept. 21 to a conveyance in the
5300 block of W. Bandy Lane, Citrus
Springs.
* A burglary with battery occurred at
approximately 6:50 a.m. Sept. 21 in the
4100 block of E. Alabama Lane, Her-
nando.
SA burglary occurred at approximately
6 p.m. Sept. 21 to a conveyance in the


3000 block of E. Robert Street, Invemess.
Thefts
* A grand theft occurred at approxi-
mately 8 a.m. Sept. 20 in the 1200 block
of W. Norvell Bryant Highway, Lecanto.
* A petit theft occurred at approxi-
mately 6:22 p.m. Sept. 20 in the 5400
block of S. Suncoast Boulevard, Ho-
mosassa.
* A petit theft occurred at approxi-
mately 1 p.m. Sept. 20 on Hoover Street
in Beverly Hills.
* A grand theft occurred at approxi-
mately 7:30 p.m. Sept. 16 in the 100 block
of N. Ozello Trail, Crystal River.
* A petit theft occurred at approxi-
mately 9 a.m. Sept. 16 in the 9100 block
of E. Point O' Woods Drive, Invemess.
* A grand theft (larceny), reported on
Sept. 17, occurred at approximately 12:01
a.m. June 1 in the 7900 block of W. Stick
Court, Crystal River.
* A petit theft occurred at approxi-
mately 12:43 a.m. Sept. 17 in the 500
block of S. Stone Way, Invemess.
* A petit theft occurred at approxi-
mately 5 p.m. Sept. 16 in the 2300 block
of W. Norvell Bryant Highway, 4E:canto.
* A grand theft occurred at approxi-
mately 10:54 a.m. Sept. 17 in the 2400
block of E. Gulf-to-Lake Highway, Inver-
ness.
* An aut6 theft occurred a approxi-
mately 9 p.m. Sept. 16 in the 1400 block
of Fordham Terrace, Inverness.
SA grand theft ($20,000 or more) oc-
curred at approximately 7 p.m. 'Sept. 20 in
the 12000 block of N. Florida Avenue, Cit-
rus Springs.
SA petit theft and a criminaiischief,
reported on Sept. 21, occurred ~ approx-
imately 3 p.m. Aug. 31 in the 35 block of
S. Arundel Terrace, Homosass "
SA grand theft, reported on Sept. 21,
occurred at approximately 8 a.Jr: May 1


in the 600 block of N. Suncoast Boule-
vard, Crystal River.
* On Sept. 21, approximately 3:21
p.m., a known subject was arrested for
grand theft in the 9500 block of N. Citrus
Springs Boulevard, Citrus Springs.
* A petit theft occurred at approxi-
mately 4 p.m. Sept. 21 in the 1200 block
of W. Main Street, Invemess.
Vandalisms
* A criminal mischief occurred at ap-
proximately 1:30 a.m. Sept. 18 in the
6500 block of W. Park Drive, Homosassa.
* A vandalism occurred at approxi-
mately 3 p.m. Sept. 18 to a vehicle in the
300 block of W. Highland Boulevard, In-
vemess.
* A criminal mischief occurred at ap-
proximately 7:19 p.m. Sept. 18 in the
3200 block of E. Kennedy Street, Inver-
ness.
* On Sept. 18, approximately 9:45
p.m., a known white male was arrested for
criminal mischief on S. Harrison Street,
Beverly Hills.
* A vandalism occurred at approxi-
mately 4:30 a.m. Sept. 19 in the 4200
block of W. Gulf-to-Lake Highway,
Lecanto.
* A criminal mischief occurred at ap-
proximately 6 p.m. Sept. 12 in the 13300
block of S. Pleasant Grove Road, Floral
City.
SA criminal mischief to a vehicle and
boat trailer occurred at approximately'8
p.m. Sept. 19 in the 5200 block of S.
Cherokee Way, Homosassa.
* A criminal mischief occurred at ap-
proximately midnight Sept. 20 in the 1700
block of N. Florida Avenue, Hernando.
* A vandalism ($1,000 or more) oc-
curred at approximately 1:30 p.m. Sept.
17 in the 3600 block of S. Suncoast
Boulevard, Homosassa.
* A criminal mischief occurred at ap-
proximately 10 p.m. Sept. 20 in the 7400
block of S; BakerAvenue, Floral City.
I A vandalism occurred at approxi-
mately 3 a.m. Sept. 22 in the 4200 block
of W. Gulf-to-Lake Highway, Lecanto.
* A criminal mischief occurred at ap-
proximately 7:21 p.m. Sept. 23 on Ante-
lope Lane in Beverly Hills.
* A vandalism occurred at approxi-
mately 3 p.m. Sept. 22 in the 6400 block
of W. Orange Lane, Crystal River.


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law enforcement experi-
ence to this position. She
has been employed by the
Dunnellon Polige Depart-
ment since 1998.:
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outstanding anqher lead-
ership will guide the de-
partment through the.
transition," sai' the city
manager. "I havefull confi-
dence in her."
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fice until Monday and
could not be iielced for
comment:
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positions, the red light cam-
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Public scoping meeting slated

at National Wildlife Refuge


Special to the Chronicle
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service is initiating a long-
term management plan for the
Chassahowitzka .National
Wildlife Refuge.
A Comprehensive Conser-
vation Plan (CCP) will be de-
veloped, which is a practical
guide .for managing the
Refuge over the next 15 years.
The future management of
Chassahowitzka National
Wildlife Refuge (NWR) will be
the topic of public discussion
at a meeting scheduled from 6
to 8 p.m. Thursday, in the Ho-
mosassa Civic Club. The Ho-
mosassa Civic Club is at 10974
Yulee Drive; to get there, fol-
low US 19 South from the
Crystal River Wildlife Refuge
to Yulee Dr. Turn right on
Yulee Dr/CR-490. Make a left
on Yulee Dr. and follow to
10974 Yulee Dr. on your left.
This planning project pro-
vides a unique opportunity for
the Service to involve individ-
uals and local communities in
the long-term management of
our National Wildlife Refuges.
The Service invites the public
to provide comments to the
following questions, as well as
any other issue, opportunity
or concern they may have for
the Refuge.
* What makes Chassahow-
itzka NWR special or unique
for you?
* What do you value most
about the Chassahowitzka
NWR?
* What would you like to
see the future hold for Chas-
sahowitzka NWR?
Located in the southwest-
ern corner of Citrus County
and the northwestern corner
of Hernando County, the Chas-
sahowitzka National Wildlife
Refuge was established in
1943 by authority of the Migra-
tory Bird Conservation Act It
consists of30,843 acres. It is an
"inviolate sanctuary" for win-
tering waterfowl and other
migratory birds. In 1975,
16,893 acres in Citrus County
and 6,736 acres in Hernando
County were designated by
Congress as wilderness.
The refuge's diverse ecosys-
tem includes estuarine habi-
tat, which provides a variety


and abundance of flora and
fauna. The marshlands,
swamplands, shallow bays
and tidal streams provide
both the quantity and quality
of aquatic plant and animal
life required to support win-
tering waterfowl, marsh and
waterbirds, shorebirds, fishes
and a variety of other species
that depend on a marine envi-
ronment Currently, the refuge
supports the reintroduction of
the endangered whooping
crane and provides wintering
habitat for the cranes before
they return to Necedah Na-
tional Wildlife Refuge in Wis-
consin in the spring.
The refuge is open year-
round for wildlife-related
activities such hunting, fish-
ing, wildlife observation,
and nature photography.
Public use facilities include
the Dog Island Recreation
Facility and interpretive
kiosks at the two main boat
ramps where the public can
enter the refuge.
The doors to the Ho-
mosassa Civic Club will be
open for the open house
starting at 5:30 p.m. for folks
to come and go at their
leisure. There will be hand-
outs and poster materials for


people to review, and staff
available for questions.
Comment packets will be
provided along with mailing
list sign-up sheets. The Serv-
ice invites the public to ask
questions and provide com-
ments about issues they be-
lieve should be addressed in
the management plan. Par-
ticipation by you and other
interested groups and indi-
viduals is critical to the suc-
cess of this planning process.
Only then can effective man-
agement be developed
which reflects your interests.
If the public has any ques-
tions about the planning
process, contact Michael
Lusk, Refuge Manager, at
563-2088. Letters of com-
ments should be addressed
to Refuge Manager, ATTN:
Chassahowitzka CCP, 1502 S.
E. Kings Bay Drive, Chassa-
howitzka, FL 34429. E-mail
comments can be provided
to the following address:
ChassCCP@fws.gov. Federal
government mailing lists
must be released to the pub-
lic upon request in accor-
dance with the Freedom of
Information Act of 1974.
Comments must be received
by Oct. 31.


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Sieglinde
Abisso, 70
HOMOSASSA
Sieglinde Abisso, 70, of
Homosassa, died Sept. 25,
2009. She was born Feb. 22,
1939, in Germany and
moved to this area in 1985
from Queens, NY. She was
of the Catholic faith.
Sieglinde is survived by
her husband of 50 years,
Onofrio Abisso of Ho-
mosassa, FL, son Carmelo P
Abisso of Beverly Hills, FL,
and sister Wilma .Mann of
Germany
Funeral services will be
held at Wilder Funeral
Home on Monday, Sept. 28,
2009, at 11:00 AM. Family
and friends will be received
from 10:00 AM until the
service hour. Burial will fol-
low at Florida National
Cemetery.
Sign the guest book at
www.chronicleonline.com.

Julius Larry
Burke, 56
CRYSTAL RIVER
Julius Larry Burke age 56
died on Thursday Septem-
ber 24, 2009, at the Hospice
of Citrus County facility of
Citrus Memorial Hospital in
Inverness, FL. Private Cre-
mation arrangements are
under the care of the Strick-
land Funeral Home Crystal
River, FL.

Jessie
Busse, 86
INVERNESS


A Mass of the Resurrec- until 8 PM on Monday, Sep-
tion for Mrs. C. Jessie Busse, tember 28, 2009. In lieu of
age 86, of Inverness, flowers, the family respect-
Florida, will fully request donations be
be held - 9 made to Hospice of Citrus
10:00 AM, " County, PO. Box 641270, Bev-
Tuesday, erly Hills, FL 34464.
September , Sign the guest book at
29, 2009, at f www.chronicleonline.com.
Our Lady of
G r a-c e - Elizabeth
Catholic .i .c Joseph, 46
Church, Jessie HOMOSASSA
Beverly Busse
Hills. Inter- Busse Elizabeth S. Joseph age 46
ment will of Homosassa, FL died on
follow at Garden of Memo- Tuesday September 22,
ries, Tampa, Florida. The 2009, at the
family will receive friends Hernando-
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM, Monday Pasco Hos-
at the Beverly Hills Chapel pice Care
oof Hooper Funeral Homes Center in
with a 3!~0i PM Praver Sero- Iiver-ess,'
lice. TitahUlily requests ex-"FE." rn '
'pressions of sympathy take October 13,
the form of memorial dona- 1962 in
tions to Hospice of Citrus Cleveland,
County, PO Box 641270, Bev- Ohio. She Elizabeth
early Hills, FL 34464. Online came here 8 Joseph
condolences may be sent to years ago
the family at www.Hooper from Spring Hill, FL. She
FuneralHome.com. was an Administrative As-
She was born October 11, sistant for BNI of Pasco
1922, in Bronx, NY, daugh- County, FL. She was of the
ter of the late Alexander Methodist faith and is sur-
and Leokadia (Kotowski) vived by a son Justin Joseph
Ramatowski and born to ofNewPortRichey, FL. and
eternal life September 22, a grandson Cameron Joseph
2009, under the care of of Spring Hill, FL.
Brentwood Health Center Private cremation
in Lecanto and Hospice of arrangements are under the
Citrus County. She worked care of the Strickland Fu-
as a senior claims approved neral Home Crystal River,
for Metlife before retiring. A FL.
native of the Bronx, NY, Sign the guest book at
Mrs. Busse moved to www.chronicleonline.com.
Lecanto from Ocala in 2001.
She enjoyed bingo, cards, Pauline 'Polly'
puzzles, reading, games, Oakley, 93
music and laughter. She was
a member of Our Lady of INVERNESS
Grace Catholic Church, Bev- The Service of Remem-
erly Hills. brance for Mrs. Pauline E.
Mrs. Busse was preceded "Polly" Arnold Hill Oakley,
in death by her husband, age 93, of Inverness,
George D. Busse on July 6, Florida, will
1991. Survivors include be held 1:00
daughter, Leona (Terry) PM, Tues-
Prince of Inverness, FL; day, Sep- '
son, George D. Busse, Jr. of tember 29,
Waynesboro, PA; stepson, 2009, at the
Joseph R. Busse of Toms Inverness L-
River, NJ; stepdaughter, Chapel of
Gloria Anderson of West Hooper Fu-
Redding, CT; 17 grandchil- n e r a l Pauline
dren and 13 great grandchil- Homes with Oakley
dren. Mr Richard


Betty Lou
Hall, 79
HOMOSASSA
Betty Lou (McCoy) Hall,
79, of Sugarmill Woods, Ho-
mosassa, died September
22, 2009, while at home with
family and Hospice care.
Born in Pike County, Ken-
tucky, on September 22,
1930, she came here with
her husband Noble Jackson


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rial Gardens Cemetery,
Beverly Hills, Florida. The
family will receive friends
from 12:00 Noon until the
time of service, Tuesday at
the Inverness Chapel. Those
who wish may send memo-
rial donations to
Alzheimer's Association,
225 N. Michigan Ave., Fl. 17,
Chicago, IL 60601-7633. On-
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Hall 32 years ago from
Clarkston,
Michigan.
She was a
homemaker,
lo ving
mother and
cherished
wife. She mi"
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cooking,
golf, basket Betty Lou
making, Hall
music and
dancing. She was a golf
member of Sugarmill Woods
Country Club, The Planta-
tion Inn Golf Resort and
Rainbow Springs Country
Club. She was a champion
at many golf tournaments.
Betty was a member of The
Women of Sugarmill Woods,
and loved to bake cookies
for Operation Cookie Drop
to support our Military
Forces. She will be deeply
missed by her family and
friends but we know she is
dancing with Dad again.
Surviving are four daugh-
ters; Carrie Hall of Sug-
armill Woods, Hbmosassa,
FL, Teresa Suckman of Las
Vegas, NV Shirley Green of
Kingman, AZ, and Faye Mis-
sant of Gross Point, MI; two
sons; Ralph May of Water-
ford, MI, and Ronnie Hall of
Kingman, AZ, nine grand-
children and nine great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be
held at Wilder ,Funeral
Home on Tuesday, Septem-
ber 29, 2009 at 11 AM with
Chaplain Sheryle Lyman of-
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Pauline E. "Polly" Arnold
Hill Oakley went home to be
with her Savior on Septem-
ber 23, 2009, at Arbor Trail
Rehab and Nursing Center
of Inverness, where she was
lovingly cared for over the
past six years. She was born
August 4, 1916, in Con-
nellsville, PA, daughter of
the late Thomas and Myrtle
(Richards) Metcalf. She
worked as a Beautician and
moved to Inverness, Florida
from Lancaster, OH in 1980.
She enjoyed ballroom danc-
ing, for which she won
awards, square- dancing,
bowling and crafts. Polly
was an avid golfer and was a
member of the Inverness
'Country,. Club where she
loved totake part in dinners
and dances. Polly loved the
Lord and was a member of
the First Presbyterian
Church of Inverness and
later, the First Christian
Church of Inverness. Mrs.
Oakley was preceded in
death by her 1st husband,
Harry T Arnold, 2nd hus-
band, Joseph Hill, son-in-
law, Lester Parskey, and 2
brothers, Arthur Metcalf,
and Eddie Metcalf.
Survivors include hus-
band, Elmore Oakley of Flo-
ral City, FL, ,son, John
Thomas Arnold (Anne
Craven) of Sierra Vista, AZ,
3 daughters, Diana Williams
(Richard) of Ormond Beach,
FL; Paula Thomas (John) of
Corona Del Mar, CA, Peggy
Parskey of Citrus County;
sister, Betty Baluch of Con-
nellsville, PA, 7 grandchil-
dren, Terri McCracken
(Bill), Lorri Almonte (Gary),
Staci Killam (Jim), John
Arnold, Rene Lawson
(Jack), Julie Rooker (Kevin),
Lisa Rodgers (Joe), 9 great-
grandchildren: Alexis and
Andrew Almonte; Collin
McCracken; Jake Lawson;
Amanda, Preston, and
Nolan Rooker; and Ella and
Emerson Rodgers.



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EDC opinions vary with commissioners

With the Citrus County Commission's decision this week to cut funding from the
Economic Development Council, many people are wondering what comes next.
The Chronicle asked each commissioner what he would like to see happen. Here
are their responses:


CHAIRMAN JOHN THRUMSTON:
Create an "action board."
Thrumston said the new EDC board should be
smaller than the current 31-member
board and loaded with people who
know how to get things done.
Thrumston said he envisions mem-
bers of the board being able to meet
with business owners looking at Citrus
County to build or expand.
"People who have skin in the game
can sit down with these people," he
said. "We need jobs in this county and JTh ton
that's what this board has to do."
COMMISSIONER DENNIS DAMATO:
Play to our strengths.
Damato has long been critical of the EDC because,
he said, it doesn't seek companies that match what Cit-
rus County has to offer. Specifically,
Damato said, that should be the areas
of health care, recreation and the
needs of a bedroom community. .
Damato said he spoke with EDC Ex- '
ecutive Director Randy Welker on sev- l
eral occasions, but didn't get the
results he expected.
"The biggest thing they have to do is
look at the county," Damato said. Dennis
"Look at all the vacant storefronts. Damato
What strategies are in place for adaptive re-use of
those storefronts? We may not have as much new de-
velopment for many years."
COMMISSIONER JOE MEEK:
Partner with chamber of commerce.
Meek said he wants the chamber of commerce and
EDC to combine forces, each taking advantage of the
other's positives.
He said the chamber has a strong or-
ganization with facilities and staflthat.
the EDC should take advantage of.
Meek said each group has its individ-
ual missions, but also has plenty of
common ground.
Meek said the two groups, with
County Administrator Brad Thorpe's Jo Meek
help, should develop a goal-oriented
plan for economic development
"I'd like to see Mr Thorpe work with both chamber


COOKOUT
Continued from Page Al

Tuesday to the board of
county commissioners, two
commissioners did not
seem to know that the EDC
had $273,908 in private
funds in a bank account.
"It's a little disingenuous
for 'the itot ay they didn't
know we had a reserve be-
cause they audit us and it's
on there," Welker said. "We
have the reserve for match-
ing funds for grants for the
business park that they told
us to work on. We've stayed
within our budget year after
year"
Frank DiGiovanni, Inver-
ness city manager, who is an
EDC board member, said,
"We need to meet and find
out what we understand
about what happened. I un-
derstand anyone can make
a proposal to become an
EDC."
DiGiovanni said the or-
ganization should be in the
private sector.
Jack Reynolds, EDC past
president, was taking a
break from the pressure of
the EDC's future.
"The president will be
back in about a week and
we'll have to figure some-
thing out then," he said.
John Siefert, EDC presi-
dent, has been out of the
country since the issue
arose with the county about
funding the EDC.
State. Sen. Charlie Dean
was present to enjoy the
barbecue, but said he'd
been watching the situa-
,tion.
S"I'm not in on these
;things," Dean said. "But I
think this is a good organi-
zation and I've always sup-
ported them."
When the EDC started an
Agriculture group, Dean at-
tended its founding meetings.

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Ray Chirayath, who was
one of the two winners of
the SCORE business of the
year, said he felt the EDC
would survive in some
form.
Another EDC board
member, Dr. Phillip Geist,
area director, Small Busi-
ness Development Center
at the University of North
Florida, said as a board
mefiber he did not wait to
comment, but he felt it was
important to point out the
role the EDC fulfills in the
business community.
"It's one of the pieces in a
jigsaw puzzle," Geist said.
"Those include such ele-
ments as the Small Busi-
ness Administration,
SCORE, the Chamber of
Commerce and others.
Everybody does something
to complement business de-
velopment, and we don't
compete with each other"


and EDC to work out a merger and a combination of
resources," he said. "I understand some in the EDC
are upset and I completely understand that. They
should sit down with the chamber and look at a com-
bination of resources together, and I hope that's going
to happen."
COMMISSIONER WINN WEBB:
Don't rely on public money.
Webb also supports an EDC merger with the cham-
ber of commerce. He said he wants to avoid talk ofcre-
ating an EDC that is similar to the
county's tourism program, which is
headed by a county employee. A
"Expanding county government is
not a choice I would necessarily care
for," he said. "I want them to be a sep- .
rate entity, private enterprise."
Webb said the economic group
should communicate well with county
officials and not stake its operations WInn Webb
solely on county funds.
"I believe in the EDC and I believe in what they're
trying to do," he said. "But I'm not for funding them
just to give them money. They're not the fair-haired
child."
COMMISSIONER GARY BARTELL:
Stay the course.
Bartell also has been critical of the EDC in the past,
voting at least once against its funding agreement.
Bartell. however: said he likes what he
sees with this EDC and believes it de-
serves a chance to continue.
"If we're going to have economic de-
velopment, which [ believe we should,
I have had a-'ery positive response
from the existing board and executive
director," he said "They are nurturing
and helping our local businesses to ex-
pand." . Gary Bartell
Bartell saidhis issue in the past re-
lated to the EDC's efforts in landing large corpora-
tions, rather than to focus on smaller successes.
He said the county commission should clearly spell
out its economic goals.
"Our countycommission needs to give direction to
the EDC no matter who operates it," he said. "I don't
think that's happened."
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GARBAGE
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The county has since set
aside an area for the pub-
lic to dispose of garbage. It
also expanded the landfill
twice.

Recycling and
mandatory
collection
The state of Florida
has set a goal of 75 per-
cent recycling for coun-
ties by 2020. Metcalfe
said the best way to-
achieve that is through a
universal collection pro-
gram that includes recy-
cling.
"We need to organize
the collection of both
waste and recyclables,"
she said.
Not just the traditional
recyclable materials,
such as paper, plastic and
cans. Recycling should
extend to construction
materials, such as wood
and concrete, and com-
posting food waste.
Metcalfe knows that
any program beyond
burying garbage in the
ground will be costly
"Landfills are the
cheapest way to manage
solid waste, but it's not
the best way," she said.
Lake County has an in-
cinerator that has re-
moved 90 percent of the
waste from entering its
landfill. The incinerator


creates power that is sold
to electrical grids.
It's also expensive. So
far, Citrus County has
been reluctant to study
transferring garbage to
the Lake incinerator be-
cause of the cost
State law requires the
county to have a place to
dispose of county
garbage; however, that lo-
cation doesn't have to be
in the county.
In the meantime, Met-
calfe said her staff tries
to operate an efficient
landfill.
"Everybody who lives
here depends on us to do
our jobs and do it well,"
she said. "They trust us to
do the right thing with
their trash."

Parting words
Metcalfe said her only
regret is not seeing Citrus
and surrounding counties
develop a strategy for re-
gional trash collection
and disposal. Commis-
sioner Gary Bartell is
spearheading such a proj-
ect now.
"I would like to have
seen the regional thing
going," she said. "The
county needs to look at its
solid waste program. We
need to look much further
than just five years out"
Her last day on the job
is Oct 30. Metcalfe said
she will miss the work
"It's never boring," she
said. "Some days are rou-
tine, but never boring."


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AMBPr 22.56 -.09 BcoBrades 18.31 +.18 Clorox 58.65 -.09
AMR 8,02 +.28 BcoSantand 16.13 -.06 Coach 31.67 -.08
ASA Ld 75.41 -.58 BkofAm 16.60 -.38 CocaCE 20.90 -.11
AT&TInc 26.96 -.07 BkNYMel 29.07 -.27 CocaCI 52.97 +.63
AUOptron 9.54 -.18 Barclay 22.85 -.50 Coeurrs 18.43 -.41
AXA 25.38 -.04 BarrickG 36.14 -.32 CohStSUt 13.90 +.02
AbtLab 47.33 +39 Baxter 57.38 +.28 ColgPal 76.50 +.12
AberFitc 31.80 -.76 BaytexEg 21.88 -.10 CollctvBrd 17.84 +.08
Accenture 36.12 +16 BeazerHm 5.49 -.29 Comerica 28.56 -.25
AdamsEx 9.67 -.01 Berkley 24.49 +.20 CmclMtls 18.26 -.63
AdvAuto 39.17 +.19 BestBuy 37.30 -.61 CmtyHit 31.12 -.90
AMD 5.83 +.17 BigLols 23.80 +.04 Comptong 1.17 +.09
Aeropost 43.19 -.01 Bovail 14.77 +.89 Con-Way 37.25 -.63
Aetna 28.94 -.20 BI-kHllsCp 24.99 -.17 ConAgra 21.47 -.27
Agilent 27.58 -.25 BIkDebtStr 3.55 +.04 ConocPhil 45.06
Agnicog 64.24 +.33 SkEnhC&I 14.51 +.01 Consec 5.04 -.16
Agriumg 48.22 -1.60 Blackstone 13.79 -.21 ConsolEngy 44.29 -1.09
AirTran 6.45 +.10 BlockHR 17.96 +.22 ConEd 41.07 +.08
AlcatelLuc 4.44 +.12 Blockbsbr 1.13 +.01 ConstellA 15.30 -.17
Alcoa 13.08 -.43 BlueChp 3.01 -.04 ConstellEn 31.84 -.47
AlescoFnh 1.22 +.11 Boeing 51.52 -.27 CtlAirB 16.81 +.78
AlexREE 53.91 +.62 Borders 3.28 +.04 Cnvrgys 10.09 -.79
AlgEngy 26.71 -.14 BorgWam 29.96 -.02 CooperInd 36.45 -.14
AllegTch 34.42 -.01 BostBeer 37.39 +.04 Coming 14.84 -.09
Allete 33.59 -.01 BostProp 65.60 +1.16 CousPrp 8.14 +.09
AlliBGIbHi 12.62 +.12 BostonSd 10.35 -.28 CovenbyH 19.64 +.13
AliBInco 8.25 BoydGm 10.73 -.22 Covidien 41.36 +.95
AliBem 25.40 -.51 Brandyw 10.36 +.03 Crane 25.22 -.95
Akldlish 9.41 +.26 Binker 15.66 -.27 CrownHold 26.37 +.25
Allstate 29.13 -.02 BrMySq 22.42 -.01 Cummins 44.11 +.17
AlphaNRs 34.87 -.98 BrkldPrp 10,63 -.03 0 -
Atia 17.50 .. Brunswick 11.04 +1.51
AmbacF 1.74 Bckeye 47.83 -.55
Ameren 25.48 +.14 Buckles 33.52 +1.98 DJIADiam 96.74 -.25
AMovilL 42.25 +.44 BurgerKing 16.80 -.21 DNPSelct 8.94 +.10
AmAxle 7.25 +.12 BINSF 80.57 -1.41 DPL 26.23 -.04
AEagleOut 16.71 -.18 CBRElis 3 D n 11.43 -.251.57 -.36
AEP 30.98 -.13 CBLAsc 9.20 -.12 DTE 35.03 -.09
AmExp 33.07 -.78 CBSB 11.62 +.02 Daimler 49.21 -.34
AGreet 18.98 -.39 CHEngy 44.76 -.10 DanaHIdh 6.75 -.08
AlntaGpr 44.60 -.40 CIGNA 28.31 -.89 Danaher 66.11 -.58
AmOrBio 4.83 -.08 CITGp 1.61 -.02 Darden 35.60 +.16
AmSIP3 8.90 -.02 CMSEng 13.35 ... DeanFds 17.84 -.16
AmTower 36.39 -.01 CSSInds 20.15 -.10 Deere 43.94 -.49
Americdt 15.59 +.73 CSX 42.82 -1.39 DeltaAir 9.05 +.13
Amerigas 35.74 ... CVSCare 35.20 ... DenburyR 14.64
Ameripise 30.94 -.33 CabotO&G 33.69 -2.37 DevelDrv 9.30 +.26
AmeriBrgs 21.51 -.04 CalDive 9.61 -.07 DevonE 67.17 -.70
Anadarko 61.95 -.44 CalGolf 7.36 -.04 DiamRk 7.77 +.34
AnalogDev 27.58 +.20 Calpine 11.25 -.20 DianaShip 12.01 -.44
AngbglogldA 39.27 -.40 Camecogs 27.85 -.14 DirxEMBear 7.50 -.11
AnnTaylr 15.72 +.16 Cameron 36.91 -.20 DirFBearrs 22.25 +.61
Annaly 19.23 +.20 CamypSp 32.53 -.16 DirFBullrs 77.69 -2.39
AnthCap 1.12 +.09 CdnNRsg 66.29 +.21 DirREBear 21.03 -.15
Anworth 7.87 -.10 CapOne 35.14 -.67 DirxSCBear 12.50 +.21
AonCorp 40.34 -.50 CapitlSrce 4.11 -.07 DirxSCBull 44.22 -.82
Apache 91.98 +.46 CapMpfB 15.45 +1.39 DirxLCBear 22.27 +.36
Aptlnv 13.80 7.07 . CardnlHlls 27.32 +.34 DirxLCBull 49.45 -.71
'AquaAm 16.80 -.l... CarMax 20.32 +.03 DirxEnBear 14.84 -.04
ArcelorMt 36.97 -1.23 Carnival 33.01 -.94 DirxEnBull 38.20 +.06
ArchCoal 21.86 -.25 Caterpilar 51.20 -.65 Discover 15.36 -.54
ArchDan 27.31 -.66 Ceanese 24.15 -.64 Disney 27.62 -.35
ArtoGlnvn 26.00 -1.25 ex 12.99 +.21 DomRescs 34.19 -.06
Ashland 41.77 -.60 ; ,erPnt 12.25 -.01 DEmmett 12.35 -.11
AsdEstat 997 -03 C iyTel 32.95 +.26 DowChm 25.30 -.52
AsraZen 43.91 -.15 ChampEh .51 -.02 DrPepSnap 2737 +.05
ATMOS 28.10 -.09 Chlieckpnt 15.98 -.10 DuPont 31.74 -.53
AutoNaln 17.66 +.14 ChesEng 27.53 -.29 DukeEngy 15.83 +.02
AvalonBay 71.88 +.07 Chevron 70.66 -.05 DukeRlty 11.57 +.30


Dynegy 2,28 +.01 FortuneBr 42.39 -.61 HarmonyG 10.51 -.10 iShREst 42.06 -.03 LLERoyhli ,73 -.07 MurphO 57.62 -.41
E-House 19.97 -.05 FrankRes 99.21 -.74 HartidFn 25.84 -.32 iShFnSc 51.59 -.47 LSICorp 5.58 +.28 NCRCorp 13.68 -.06
EMCCp 16.80 -.36 FredMac 1.87 -.06 Hasbro 27.18 -.13 iShEur350 38.00 -.17 LTCPrp 24.72 +.58 NVEnergy 11.49 -.05
EOGRes 78.94 -1.11 FMCG 66.69 -1.41 HawaiiEl 18.34 +.13 iStar 3.02 -.04 LaZBoy 8.49 +.13 NYSEEur 28.02 -.42
EastChm 52.99 -.72 FronlierCm 7.29 -.02 HItCrREIT 41.87 -.14 ITTCorp 51.49 -.01 Ladede 32.25 -.12 Nabors 19.48 -.36
EKodak 4.83 +.02 Froni 13.87 HItMgml 7.14 +.03 Idacorp 2854 -.19 LVSands 17.60 +20 NatFuGas 46.03 -.37
Eaton 56.40 -.54 HIthcrRIly 21.13 -J4 ITW 42.30 -.09 LeggMason 28.88 -.85 NatGnd 48,28 -.27
Ecolab 45.80 -.11 HealthNet 15.90 -.44 Imation 9.52 +.20 LeggPlat 18.81 -.16 NOilVarco 41.94 +.33
Edisonlnt 34.14 -.21 GATX 28.13 -.39 HeclaM 4.09 -.08 IngerRd 30.81 +.12 LennarA 14.59 -.23 NatSemi 14.59 -.17
EIPasoCp 10.11 -.10 GabelliET 5.01 -.07 Heinz 39.72 +.06 IntegrysE. 35.65 .-.31 Lexmark 21.36 -.66 NewAmrs 8.41 -.08
Elan 7.20 +.02 GabHIthW 5.92 HellnTel 8.24 +.03 IntcnfEx 91.05 -1.98 LbtyASG 3.10 -.03 NJRscs -36.12 -.07
EmersonEl 38.92 -.46 GabUlil 7.44 +.04 Hertz 10.69 +.01 IBM 121.08 +.14 UbtProp 31.57 -.24 NYCmtyB 10.98 +.05
EmpDist 18.01 -.10 GameStop 26.04 -.19 Hess 53.08 -.38 IntlCoal 4.13 -.03 UllyEli 32.68 +.28 NewAlliBc 10.86 +.07
x U Limited 17.06 -.39 NewellRub 15.12 -.28
SUncNat 24.11 -.26 NewfdExp 41.19 -.06
P ay fo r Ci Ir iLindsay 41.74 -1.09 NewmtM 42.83 -.45
" o r izaib 5.36' +.05 NewpkRes 3,19 +.09
y ~ r * l l 1 I� I '~iB UoydBkg 6.64 -.21 Nexeng 22.54 +,03
y o u r iLoc khdM 77.89 +94 NSource 13.68 +03
Y Loews 33.52 -.07 Nior 36.92
. . LaPac 6.77 -.35 NikeB 58.64 +.47
Lowes 21.05 -.34 NobleCorp 36.96 -.18
The]L w aNokiaCp 15.05 -.03
Nomara 5.90 -.59
SM&T Bk 6247 -.69 Nordstm 30.21 -.43
MBIA 7.38 -12 NorfkSo 43.96 -1.09
SMDU Res 20.01 -.14 NoestUt 23.83 +.04
MEMC 17.29 -.39 NohrapG 51.00 -.03
y MFA Fnd 7.99 +.11 NSTAR 32.02 -.04
MCR 8.93 +.06 Nucor 46.85 -.98
MGIC 7.65 -.03 NvFL 13.05 -.02
SM O RE MGMMir 12.6 +52 NvIMO 13.65 +02
N U I' Macedch 30.52 -.03 NvMuISI&G 6.83 +.04
N O Macquarh 9.13 -.21 NuvQP2 7.05 +.09
SHassles! v Checks! Reminders! "a 17.79 -.2"32.83 -.07
SMagnalg 40.46 -.92 OsPet 77.03 +2.54
MaguirePr 2.43 +.32 O ceDpt 6.11 -.05
Manitowoc 9.52 -.20 OfficeMax 12.40 -.28
Manulilgs 19.91 -.38 OilSvHT 114.75 -.20
MarathnO 31.64 -.39 OdNBcp 10.55 -.09
563 5655 It's43.07 -.67 lin 17.07 -.14
I t 'sMarlntA 26.10 -.35 Omnicomm 36.51 -.47
� Charge may vary at first transaction and at each vacation start. MarshM 2372 -.15 ONEOK 35.71 4.10
Marshals 812 -.08 ONEOKPt 52.01 -30
MStewd 6.68 .42 OshkoshC 28.6B -.7
EnbrEPtrs 4485 -.26 HewleP 47.02 +.15 ,...- 20.86 -.14 M 12. : 83 -2
EnCana 55.60 -.40 Gannett 9.38 +02 HighwdPrp 29.91 +19 i '.i 21.71 +.35 MasseyEn 28.05 -1.13
EnPro 23.42 -.51 Gap 21.48 -.39 HollyCp 25.00 +173 702 -.02 MasterCrd 204.70 -10.24 PGECp 41.35 -.51
ENSCO 41.25 -.27 GaylrdEnt 19.79 -.93 HomeDp 26,85 -.19 i'-.-jo 20.99 -.51 Mattel 17.96 -.01 PHHCorp 19.55 +.65
Energy 79.36 -.46 GencoSp)ip 19.33 -.65 Honwlllntl 37.81 -.87 IronMtn 26.79 +.02 McClatchh 2.47 +.10 PMIGrp 4.03 -.09
Equifax 28.61 -03 GenDynam 62.99 +.71 HospPT 19.90 0 ItauUnibH 18.45 +.12 McDermnt24.84 -. PNC 45.29 +42
EqlyRsd 30.24 -.15 GenEec 16.37 -.21 HostHotls 11.03 -.03 ivanhM 12.67 +.67 McDnlds 56.95 +.83 PNMRes 11.94 -.23
EvergmEn .58 - .05 GenMills 63.29 -.16 HovnanE 4.02 -.15 McGrwH 23.67 -.51 PPG 57.65 -.87
ExcelM 6.45 -.14 Genworh 11.87 -.19 Humans 37.60 -.59 McKesson 57.79 -.28 PPL Crp 30.33 -.21
ExcoRes 18.21 -.44 GaPw8-44 25.56 +.15 Hunlsmn 8.92 -26 JPMorgCh 43.65 -.72 McKeMon 7.21 -.37 PPacti 25.72 +.2
Exelon 49.86 -.29 Gerdau 13.16 +.04 IAMGIdg 12.95 -.35 Jail 11.87 -.66 Mcsf 4 .5 2 -37 Pac r 2572 +
ExxonMbl 68.70 -.23 GoldFLtd 13.39 +.08 IMSHIth 15.06 -.03 JanusCap 13.66 -.18 McAee 42,65 +1.23 PallCo p 32.65 -.91
FPL Grp 54.39 +.45 Goldcrpg 3848 -.93 iSAstla 22.00 +.21 Jeferies 25.72 +.98 Mechel 17.16 +4 ParkerHan 52.2 -04
FairchldS 10.29 -.10 GoldmanS179.50 -3.56 iShBraz 65.31 +.64 JohnJn 60.62 -.10 MedcoHth 54.99 -21 PaoiCoal 11.32 -.
FairPnth .66 +.01 Goodnch 53.20 -1.50 iSCan 24.68 -.25 JohnsnCt 24.99 -.39 Medsic 36.79 -.0 PebdyE 36.74 -.69
FamilyDIr 26.32 +.01 Goodyear 16.02 .4 iShHK 15.22 +.05 KBHome 16.96 -1.58 Merck 31.25 +.24 Pengrr3g 9.81 +18
FannieMae 1.57 -.05 GrafTech 14.00 -.46 iShJapn 10.02 -.08 KKR Fn 4.38 -.22 Metavnte 34.20 +.09 PennVaRs 17.03 +.18
FedExCp 73.38 -2.01 GrayTelvh 2.38 +.01 iShKor 46.69 +.35 KCSouthn 25.91 -.14 MetLe 36.92 -.5 PannWst 15.2 +.45
FedSignl 7.50 -.09 GtPlainEn 17.86 -.03 iShMex 42.61 +.23 Kaydon 32.60 -88 MetmPCS 9.90 +28 Penney 32.17 -.71
Ferrellgs 19.68 -.01 Griffon 10.54 -.38 iShSing 10.60 +04 KAEngTR 20.20 -.07 MicronT 8.10 -.01 PepBoy 9.71 -.17
Ferro 8.59 -.64 GrubbElh 1.75 +.11 iSTaiwn 11.82 +.01 Kellogg 49.09 -.05 MidAApt 45.28 +.68 PepcoHold 14.93 -.04
FdlNFin 14.84 +.14 GpTelevisa 17.98 -.01 ishSilver 15.74 -.25 Keycorp 6.24 -.15 Mass 9.24 +.23 PepsiBott 36.46 +.06
FidNatlno. 25.40 +.10 GuangRy 20.55 -.12 iShChina25 41.23 +.03 KimbClk 57.70 -.18 Millipore 69.77 +.14 PepsiCo 58.68 +.14
FstHorizon 13.33 -.05 HCPInc 28.47 -.08 , -, 104.86 -.46 Kimco 13.02 +.07 MituUFJ 540 -.22 PepsiAmer 28.54
FTActDiv 12.35 -.02 HRPTPrp 7.51 -.14 ,ir.iiL 38.09 +.16 KindME 54.07 +.23 Modine 7.55 +.31 Prmian 12.74 .02
FtTrEnEq 10.14 +.01 HSBC 56.44 -.53 iShSPLatA 41.27 +.17 KngPhrm 10.45 +,04 MoneyGrm 2.83 -.11 PerotSys 29.69 +.10
FirstEngy 45.67 -.70 HSBCcap 26.90 . iShB20T 97.98 +1.23 Kinrossg 20.57 -.50 Monsanto 76.18 -.71 Petrohawk 23.23 -.41
Fluor 50.87 -.97 Halliibrd 26.74 -.03 iS Eate 54.25 -.23 Kohls 54.37 -.39 MonstrWw 17.23 -.80 PetrbbsA 37.98 +.51
FooLockr 11.86 +47 HanJS 12.82 +.11 iShC&SRI 47.70 +15 Kral 2653 .15 Moodys 18.85 -.73 Peobras 44.27 +.33
FordM 7.29 -.04 HanPtDv2 9,55 +.21 iSR1KG 45.81 -.24 KrispKrm 3.37 +.02 MorgStan 30.55 -.18 Pfizer 16.40 -.04
ForeslLab 28.51 -.14 Hanesbrds 20.94 -.41 iSRuslK 57.45 -.29 Kroger 20.57 +.03 MSEmMkt 12.96 +.04 PhipMor 47.64 -.65
ForeslOil 19.09 +.05 Hanoverlns 40.90 +.06 |iSR2KG 64,94 -.37 LDKSolar 8.83 -.07 Mosaic 49.21 -1.19 PiedNG 23.84 -.30
Fortress 5.34 +.24 HarleyD 22.97 -.56 iShR2K 59.83 -.37 LGDisplay 14.06 -.14 Motorola 8.11 -.22 PimcoStat 10.22 -.14
MuellerWat 5.26 -.10 PioNtrl 34.62 -.82


I.. AMERICANSTOCK EXCANG


Name Last Chg BMBMunai .94 -.02
BPWAcqwt .49 +.07
BPZRes 7.27 -.14
AbdAsPac 6.14 -.01 BarcUBS36 37.36 +.03
Accelr8 1.73 -.82 BarcGSOil 22.36
AdmRsc 20.00 -.25 BrclndiaTR 56.79 -.18
AdeonaPh .84 +.12 BootsCoots 1.56 -.02
Adventrx .15 -.00 BitATob 62.36 -.77
AlidNevG 8.97 -.07 CdnSEng .89 +.03
AlphaPro 4.58 -.27 CanoPet .95 -.04
AmO&G 1.61 -.08 CelSci 1.63 +.03
AntaiesP 1.10 -.03 CFCdag 12.68
ApolloGg .52 +.01 CheniereEn 3.06 -.05
Augustag 2.14 -.06 ChinaGmn 11.98 -.06
Aurizong 4.12 -.18 ClghGlbOp 12.29 -.12


CotexPh .23 +.01
Crossh gf .26


DenisnMg 1.93
DuneEngy .16 +.00
EVInMu2 13.37 +.17
EV LtdDur 14.74 +.03
EldorGldg 10.72 -.26
ElixirGam .33 -.02
EllswthFd 6.06 -.14
EndvSilv g 2.49 -,11
EntreeGold 2.73 +.23
ExeterRg 4.64 -.26
RaPUtil 12.50 +.25


FrkStPrp 1278 +.06 HKHighpw 3.46 .+.77
D 4.16 -.03 Hyperdyn 1.51 -.10
IA Global .05 -.00 MAGSIvg 5.72 +.30
GasooEngy .49 4.01 IndiaGC 1.58 +.34' MadCatz g 38 -.01
nEmp .70 -.24 InovioBio 1.46 -.05 Merdmac 7.70 -.02
GenMoly 3.09 +02 InlellgSys 1.15 +.10 Metalico 4.34 -+10
GIbBAcqwt .21 +,01 InterlknG 1.21 -.10 MetroHIth 2.18 +.05
GoldStrg 3.11 +.03 IntlRyltyg 3.70 -.17 MineRDCA 9.21 +.01
GranTrrag 4.09 -.09 IsoRay .91 -08 NRDCAESec 12.24 +.04
GrtBasGg 1.40 +.01 tens 1.50 -.12 NBRESec 288 +
GreenBldr .15 .. Neuralstem 1.70 -.11
HealthFiRtn 5.59 -.28 NevGCas 1.15 -.04
Hemisphrx 2.03 +.02 Nevsung 1.92 -.05
HicksAcwt .63 +.06 JavelinPh 1.94 +.13 NwGoldg 3.29
HicksAcq 9.65 -.10 KodiakOg 2.17 -.06 NAPalIg * 2.68 -.02


NIhgtMg 2.62 -.04
NovaDelP .27 +.01
NovaGldg 4.83 -.07
Oilsandsg 1.10 +.05


PacRim .29 -.01
Palatn .34 +.01
ParaG&S 1.40 -.06
PeaceAg .08 +.00
PionDdll 6.17 +.10
Protalix 7.67 +.18
PyramidOil 4.73 -.01
Rentech 1.71 +.01
Rubicong 3.98 -.02


SPAcqwt .13 -01
Sapphire wt .38 +.02
SeabGldg 26.50 -1.04
SilvropMgn 4.23 -.07
Sinovac 7.92 -.08
SportsPrwt .18 +.01
SulphCo 1.53
TanzRyg 2.78 -.06
Taseko 2.47 -.04
Telkonelt .37 +.02
Tengsco .50 -.01
TimbednR .74 +.07
TravelCtrs 5.16 -.29


UQMTech 5.99 +.02
US Gold 2.79 -.03
Uluru .22
UnivTrav n 11.95 -.61
Ur-Energy .88 +.01
UraniumEn 2.66 -.11


VantageDri 1.81 +.05
VistaGold 2.25 -.02
Westmrd 8.39 +.05
WilshrEnt 2.20
YMBiog 1.44 -.16
ZBBEngy 1.25


NASDAQNATIOALMRE


Name Last Chg Atheros 26.32 -.55 ChipMOS .98 +.07 EndoPhrm 22.14 -.42 Hibbett 18.25 -.04 UnearTch 27.50 +.13 OnyxPh 31.89 +.34
AtlasAir 31.99 -.90 ChrchllD 37.43 +.02 Enerl 7.08 -.26 HollisEdnh .64 +.01 UnnEngy 23.13 +.07 OpenTxt 37.83 -1.10
S AtlasAm 24.30 +.33 CienaCorp 15.49 -.38 EngyConv 11.99 -.14 Hologic 16.28 +.14 Local.com 4.99 +.74 OpenTV 1.38 +.02
A-Power 10,37 -.21 Atmel 4.26 +.23 CinnFin 25.26 -.12 EngyXXI 1.52 -.03 Home Inns 28.42 -.31 LodgeNet 6.52 +.13 OpnwvSy 2.55 +,01
APMore 38 +01 Audvox 7.01 +13 Cintas 30.06 -,.14 Entegris 4.04 -.15 HorsehdH 11.49 ... Logitech 18.35 -.27 OpexaTher 3.73 -.01
ADCMOel 7.97 +.02 Authenidt 1.43 -.17 Cirrus 5.53 -.07 Equinix 89.51 -.90 HotTopic 7.97 +.31 LookSmart 1.15 -.04 Opnext 3.00
ADC' 6Te 8 7 +.08 Autodesk 23.61 +.09 Cisco 22.62 -.03 EricsnTel 10.04 -.17 i HubGroup 22.03 -1.53 LoopNet 8.82 +.13 optXprs 17.52 -.23
APACSM 629.08 +08-.24 AutoData 38,91 -.27 CitzRep .82 +.11 EvgrSIr 1.86 +.01 HudsCity 13.07 -.05 lululemng 21.93 -.64 Oracle 20,86 -.31
ATP M H d 29s.4 Auxilium 34.57 -1.05 CitrnxSys 37,40 -.25 Exelixis 6.48 +.17 HumGen 18.22 -.05 viLunannh 218 +106 OraSure 3.00 -.09
ATSMd 2.74 +.04 AvagoTn 17.13 -.36 Clarienth 4.12 -.17 ExideTc 7.76 +.,03 HuntJB 31.67 -.20 Orexigen . 9.59 -.04
ATSMed 2.7461 +04 AvanirPhm 2.01 +.02 CleanEngy 14.42 +.87 Expedia 23.47 -.55 HuntBnk 4.13 -.05 Orthfx 29.21 -.31
AVIBio 1.61 -.07 Aware 2.46 -.02 Clearfield 5.16 +.28 Expdintl 35.10 -.52 HuronCon 24.00 +.62 MBFncl 19.28 -.48 Orthovia 4.44 +.06
Aastrom .43 -.02 Axcelish .97 +.04 Clearwire 8.22 -.27 ExpScripts 77.03 -.94 Hydrognch .59 +.06 MDRNA 1.35 -.03 OtterTail 24.50 -.04
Abraxas 1.51 +.09 BEAero 19.06 -.51 CognzTech 37.81 -.11 ExtrmNet 2.88 -.16 Hythiamh .70 +.04 MGE 36.75 -.03 Overstk 14.53 -.54
AcadiaPh 1.75 -.06 BGCPIts 4.19 -.19 CogoGrp 6.32 +.13 Ezcorp 13.56 +.61 IACInter 20.44 -.21 MTS 29.10 -.44 I[0
Acergy 12.39 +.54 BJsRest 14.77 -.14 Coinstar 31.48 -.02 F5Netwks 38.50 +.11 iShNsdqBio 80.76 -.02 Magma 1.94 +.06
AcmePkt 9,54 -.34 Baidulnc 387.56 -2.67 ColdwItCrk 7.84 -.17 FEICo 24.50 -.42 IconixBr 15.55 +.05 Majescoh 1,47 +.09 PDLBio 7.88 -.12
AordaTh 23.56 -.2t BallardPw 2.82 +1.02 Comarco 2.82 -.02 FLIRSys 27.61 +.11 Illumina 40.66 +.30 MannKd 9.81 -42 PMCSra 9.58 +.03
AconSemi 252 Bankrate 28.50 +.01 CombinRx 1,60 -.21 FaetBion 16.60 -.28 ImaxCaorp 8,67 -.05 MarveIl 15,72 +.02 PSSWrid 21.91 +.31
AcivPw h .84 +07 BareEscent 11.54 -.16 Cormcast 16.69 -.03 Fastenal 38.66 -.37 Immucor 17.26 -.16 Masimo 26.03 -.64 Paccar 37.10 -.29
ActivsBiz 12.37 +.09 BeaconPw .72 +.01 Comcspcl 15.95 -.04 FedMogul 11.57 +.42 Imunmd 5.55 -.03 Maximltgn 17.96 +.09 Pacerlnt 3.60 -.10
Adaptec 3.33 +.09 BeacnRfg 15.86 -.21 CommSys 11.68 -.01 FiberTowr 1.06 -.06 ImpaxLbn 8.15 -.04 MaxwlIl 17.46 -.54 PacCapB 1.89 -.13
AdobeSy 32.03 -.29 BeasleyB 3.41 +.22 CompCrd 5.02 -.31 FifthThird 9.59 +.05 ImperlSgr 1335 +1.44 MedicActn 12.95 -.30 PacSunwr 5.24 -.12
Adran 24.63 +-68 BebeStrs 7.80 -.12 Compuwre 7.28 -.06 Fncllnst 11.35 +.15 Incyte 6.60 -.28 MediCo 11.34 -.20 PaetecHId 3.29
AdvBattery 4.25 +-11 BedBath 36.80 -.95 Comtlech 34.11 -1.96 Finisar 1.23 -.10 Infinera 8.33 -.03 MelcoCrwn 7.42 +.21 PainTher 4.94 -.32
AdvEnd 14.04 -.03 Bioryst 8.25 -.11 Conexant 2.54 -.22 RLine 10.43 +1.13 Informal 22.45 -.25 MentorGr 9.53 -.02 PalmInc 16.37 +.21
AdvantaAh ".58 -05 Biogenldc 50,11 -.12 Conmed 19.70 -.51 FstBusey 4.95 +.43 InlfosysT 46.64 -.48 MercadoL 38.12 -.41 PanASIv 21.66 -.14
AdvantaBh .67 +.04 BioMarin 17.91 +.11 Copet 32.86 +.24 FstCashFn 17.35 -.01 Inhibitex 1.07 -.03 Mercerlntl 3.42 +.15 PaneraBrd 54.95 -.15
AEtemag 1.23 +10 BioScip 6.89 -.16 CorinthC 17.75 -.12 FFnclOH 11.74 +.20 Innodata 7.56 -.52 MesaAirh .28 +.01 ParagShip 4.12 -.11
Affymetix 8.69 -.15 BlueCoat 22.48 -.13 Cosico 56.28 -1.15 FstFHId 15.54 -.08 Insmedh .80 -.01 Metabash .40 -.01 ParPet 3.13 -.01
AgFeed 5.70 -.07 BobEvn 27.75 -.06 CreeInc 34.94 -.10 FMidBc 9.73 -.07 InspPhar 5.23 -.06 Methanx 17.89 -.16 ParamTch 13.60 -.18
AirTmsp 3.42 +.05 BoslPrv .23 -.11 Crocs 6.32 +.01 FstNiagara 12:11 -.07 IntgDv 6.60 -.08 MetroBcp 11.72 -1,28 Parexel 13.26 -.16
AirMedia 7.51 -.06 BrigExp 8.92 -.16 CrosstexE 5.23 -.07 FstSolar 152.87 +2.25 Intel 1937 -.17 Micrel 8.07 -.04 PrtnrCm 19.69 +.44
AkamaTf 19.32 +.06 Brghtpnt 8.48 -.11 CrosstxLP 5.23 +.32 FstMerit 18.41 +.36 InteractBrk 19.03 -.25 Microchp 26.29 +.05 Patterson 27.12 -.08
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Ranair 2930 -.38 TakeTwo 11.25
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SciClone 4.09 -.02 TiVo Inc 10.12
SciGames 16.17 -.12 TridenlMh 2.61
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ShinerIln 1.21 -.12 Umpqua 10.57
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SierraWr 9.30 -.73 Ga 5.09
SigmaDsg 14.28 -.28 UtdOnIn 8.00
SigmaAld 52.48 +.06 USEnr 4.00
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SilcnLab 45.49 +.01 UtdWestm 3.99
Slcnware 6.96 -.04 UnivFor 39.76
SilvStdg 19.79 -.73 UrbanOut 29.74
Sina 35.25 +1.03 -- nXgfli'X
SiriusXMh .63 -01
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SmartM 5.06 -.09 Varian 51.06
SmartHtn 11.65 +.48 VeanSemi 51.06
SmithWes 5.14 -.06 VanSemi 32.11
Sohu.cr 66.90 -1.21 Veecolnst 21.93
Solarfun 5.80 -.34 VeriChipsh 3.22
Somaxon 2.46 +.03 Verigy 11.51
SonicCorp 10.76 -.21 Verisign 22.80
SonicSolu 5.64 -.27 VertxPh 36.39
Sonus 2.12 +.02 Vica] 4.29
SouMoBc 11.50 +.25 VirgnMdah 12.40
Sourcefire 21.04 +32 ViroPhrm 8.95
SouthFnd 1.50 -.07 Vrtusa 9.49
SprinStr 14.22 +.04 Vsh 949
SpectPh 6.50 -.05 VisnChina 7.95
Staples 22.79 +.08 VistaPtd 48.55
StarBulk 3.65 -.03 Vitacostn 11.98
StarScient .95 +.03 Vrvus 10.16
Starbucks 19.83 +.66 Volcano 16.67
StarentNet 24.48 -.23 WamerChil 20.24
StlDynam 16.61 -.20 WashFed 16.61
StemCells 1.64 Websense 16.61
Stericycle 47.46 -.02 WemerEnt 18.53
StedBcsh 7.37 +.04 WesT 1.23
StiFWA 2.05 -.12 WestelT 123
SunMicro 9.03 -.06 WetSeal 3.82
SunPowerA 30.53 +.85 WhitneyH . 9.29
SunPwr B n 25.50 +.61 WholeFd 28.77
SuperWell 8.59 -1.56 Wynn 70.25
SusqBnc 5.84 -.08 XOMAh .82
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Sycamore 3.04 -.01 YRC Wwde 4.64
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Symetricm 5.28 +.04 ZhoneTchh .49
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Synopsys 22.57 +.08 Ziongpin 14.78
Synovis 13.42 -.12 7onBcp 17.78
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PlainsEx 26.05 +.13
PlumCrk 30.67 -.22
Polars 40.23 -.75
PostPrp 18.24- +.04
Potash 89.52 -1.34
PwshDB 21.35 -.17
PSAgr 24.76 +.16
PSUSDBull 22.81 -.06
Praxair 79.58 +.05
Pridelnt 29.34 -.16
PinFnd 25.80 -.23
ProShtS&P 56.93 +.27
PrUShS&P 41.31 +.37
ProUltDow 37.59 -.25
PrUIShDow 35.45 +.23
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ProUShOG 14.76 +.02
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ProUShtBM 11.29 +.31
ProUtRE 5.82 +.03
ProUtO&G 31.60 -.04
ProUltFin 5.67 -.09
ProUBasM 26.45 -.93
ProUSR2K 29.15 +.33
ProUltR2K 26.31 -.32
ProUSSP500 46.98 +.72
PmUltCrude 9.98 -.03
ProSUSSilv 5.86 +.17
ProctGam 58.01 +.17
ProgrssEn 39.38
ProgsvCp 16.32 -.21
ProLogis 11.75 +.10
ProvETg 5.65 -.02
Prudent 47.77 -.40
PSEG 31.29 +.09
PSEG pfA 73.95 -2.50
PulteH 11.18 -.34
PPrIT 5.74 +.03
QuanexBId 14.35 -.07
QuantaSvc 22.09 -.51
QstDiag 52.19 -.22
Questar 36.16 +.17
QksiivRes 13.39 -.05
Quiksiivr 2.57 -.11
QwestCm 3.54 -.11
RPM 17.99 -.31
RRI Engy 6.88
RadianGrp 10.43 -.10
RadioShk 15.91 +.01
Ralorp 58.33 -.55
RangeRs 49.48 -.97
RJamesFn 22.98 -.94
Rayonier 39.99 -.37
Raytheon 47.59 +.21
Rtylnco 25.74 +.25
RedHat 27.80 -.15
RgcyCtrs . 36.28 -.21
RegBkHT 7957 -.57
RegionsFn 6.36 -.01
ReneSola 5.38 -.09
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Australia 1.1542
Bahrain .3770
Brazil 1.8008
Britain 1.5938
Canada 1.0922
Chile 544.93
China 6.8307
Colombia 1925.50
Czech Rep 17.18
Denmark 5.0761
Dominican Rep 36.05
Egypt 5.5042
Euro .6819
Hong Kong 7.7502
Hungary 183.45
India 47.946
Indnsia 9655.00
Israel 3.7690
Japan 89.90
Jordan .7089
Lebanon 1503.00
Malaysia 3.4710
Mexico 13.5270
N.Zealand 1.3937
Norway 5.8162
Peru 2.905
Poland 2.87
Russia 30.1468
Singapore 1.4162
So. Africa 7.4029
So. Korea 1196.50
Sweden 6.9638
Switzerlnd 1.0299
Taiwan 32.43
Thailand 33.55
Turkey 1.4863
U.A.E. 3.6731
Uruguay 21.6497
Venzuel 2.1470


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RetailVent 5.46 +.17
Revlon 4.93 +.36
ReynldAm 44.69 +.26
RiteAid 1.57 -.14
RockwIAul 42.24 -.50
RockColl 49.34 -.45
Rowan 22.46 +.21
RylCarb 23.44 -.60
RoyDShIlB 56.31 -.36
RoyDShllA 57.55 -.24
Royce 10.09 -.07
RoycepfB 24.24 -.02
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SCANA 35.17 -.03
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SLGreen 41.36 +.35
SLMCp 8.76 -.09
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SpdrHome 14.9 -.35
SpdrKbwBk 22.90 -.19
SpdrKbwRB21.04 -.08
SpdrRetl 33.47 -.20
SpdrOGEx 37.81 -.06
SpdrMetM 45.27 -.97
Safeway 19.49 +.29
Stloe 28.88 -.81
SUude 39.22 -.07
Saks 6.71 -.23
Salesforce 55.06 -1.04
SJuanB 17.75 -.10
SandRdge 12.08 -.31
Sanofi 37.01 +.16
SaraLee 11.21 +.67
Satyam 6.23 +.13
SchergPI 27.54 .+.05
Schlmbrg 59.48 +.32
SelMedHn 10.09
SemiHTr 25.39 -.06
Sensient 27.35 +.04
Sherwin 59.60 -1.46
SiderNac 29.25 +.01
SilvWhtng 11.75 -.37
SimonPmp 68.03 +.74
Skechers 16.77 -.41
SmithAO 37.55 +.34
Smithlnl 28.57 +.03
SmithfF 13.46 -.01
Smucker 53.50 +.03
Solera 30.73 +1.34
Soluha 11.58 -.73
SonicAut 10.22 +.11
SonyCp 29.43 +.62
SoJerind 34.92 +.09
SouthnCo 31.90 -.03
SthnCopper 29.94 -.27
SwstAiri 9.65 +.16
SwstnEngy 41.00 -.91
SpectraEn 19.07 +.02
SpiritAemro 17.68 +.31
SpdntNex 3.95 -.06
SPDR 104.45 -.56
SPMid 123.24 -.73
SPMals 30.54 -.30
SP HIthC 28.53 +.02


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Prime Rate 3.25 3.25
Discount Rate 0.50 0.50
Federal Funds Rate .00-25 .00-.25
Treasuries
3-month 0.10 0.08
6-month 0.19 0.19
5-year 2.36 2.45
10-year 3.33 3.47
30-year 4.09 4.23



FUTURES
Exch Contract Settle Chg
Lt Sweet Crude NYMX Nov09 66.02 +.13
Corn CBOT Dec 09 334 -2V/2
Wheat CBOT Dec 09 4493/4 -23/4
Soybeans CBOT Nov 09 926 +61/
Cattle CME Dec 09 85.35 +.08
Pork Bellies CME Feb10 80.70 +.68
Sugar(world) NYBT Mar10 23.17 +.25
OrangeJuice NYBT Nov09 90.90 --1.15

SPOT
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Gold (troy oz.. spot) $990.20 $1009.20
Silver (troy oz., spot) $1 .U38 $11.U43
Copper(pound)l $2.310 $2.1710
Platinum (troy oz.,'spot)ti12a4.bU $1338.20
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Name NAV Chg Name NAV Chg L*r sl*il LHI .
AIM Investments A: IntIlStk 31 25 +.05
ChartAp 14.25 -07 Stock x 91.45 -.62 Here are the 1,000 biggest mutual funds listed on Nasdaq.Tables show the fund name, sell
Const p 18.92 -.22 Dreyfus: price or Net Asset Value (NAV) and daily net change
HYdAp 3.85 Aprec 31.68 -.09
IntlGrow 23.32 -.06 orV A 20.94 -.10 Name: Name of mutual fund and family.
SelEqty r 14.95 -.11 Dreyf 7.33 -.05 NAV: Net asset value.
AIM Investments B: DryM;d r 21.25 -.13 asset value.
CapDvBt 11.09 -.11 Dr500nlt 29.65 -.18 Chg: Net change in price of NAV.
AIM Investor Cl: EmgLd 15.50 -.07 Data based on NAVs reported to Lipper by 6 p.m. Eastern.
DwrrsDwrp 10.23 -.07 GrChinaAr 39.62 +.50
Energy 33.04 -.15 HiydAp 1.248 + Name NAV Chg Name NAV Chg Name NAV Chg Name NAV Chg
Advance Capital 1: StratValA 23.82 -.14 GrolnA p 11.75 -.05 Legg Mason Ptrs A: DivGron 19.27 -.12 Intl 21.29 -.11
Balancp 13.49 -.03 TechGroA 22.61 -.40 IncoAp 2.32 ... AgGrAp 84.70 -.61 EmEurp 15.58 -.05 NYBd 11.63 +.02
RetInc 8.31 +.02 DriehausFunds: MATFAp 11.90 +.02 ApprAp 11.78 -.08 EmMktSn 27.53 +.17 PrecMM 30.11 -.31
Alger Funds B: EMktGr 26.69 +.01 MITFAp 12.42 +.02 HiIncAt 5.48 -.01 Eqtncn 19.90 -.15 S&Pldx 15.71 -.10
SmCapGrt 4.94 -.04 EatonVanceCI A: NJTFAp 13,27 +03 InAICGAp 7.80 .. Eqlnden 28.22 -.18 SciTech 10.02 -.11
AllianceBernA: ChinaAp 20.67 +.04 NYTFAp 14.68 +.03 LgCpGAp 20.36 -.08 Europen 14.27 -.08 ShtTBnd 9.02
BalanAp 12.94 -.02 AMTFMBI 9.94 +.04 OppAp 20.29 -.10 MgMuAp 16.16 +.04 GNMAn 9.78 +.01 SmCpStk 10.14 -.03
GlbThGrAp61.76 -38 MultiCGrA 6.68 -.07 PATFAp 13.27 +.02 Legg Mason Ptrs B: Growthn .24.91 -.18 TxElt 12.97 +.02
IntlValAp 13.40 -.07 InBosA 5.33 SpSitAp 18.12 -.09 LgCpGBt 18.62 -.08 Gr&lnn 16.83 -.10 TxELT 13.07 +:02
SmCpGrA 22.51 -.19 LgCpVal 15.70 -.08 TxExAp 9.98 +.01 Longleaf Partners: HlthScin 24.49 +.01 TxESh 10.57 -.01
AllanceBernAdv: NatlMun 9.96 +.06 TotRtAp 13.20 -.02 Partners 22.61 -.14 HiYieldn 6.20 -.01 VABd 11.02 +.02
LgCpGrAd 20,97 -.15 SpEqtA 11.73 -.12 ValueBp 5.96 -.03 Intl 13.40 -.15 IntlBondn 10.06 +.06 WIdGr 15.82 -.09
AllianceBem B: TradGvA 7.54 Firsthand Funds: SmCap 20.10 -.13 IntDis n 35.96 +.06 VALIC:
GlbThGrB t 53.92 -.34 Eaton Vance CI B: '" Tech Val 28.26 -.27 Loomis Sayles: Intl G&I 12.32 ... MdCpIdx 15.83 -.10
GrowthBt 19.71 -.15 HIthSBt 9.22 FranklTemp Frnk A: LSBondl 12.93 +.03 IntlStkn 12.07 -.03 StkIdx 21.86 -.13
SCpGrBt 18.30 -.16 NatlMB t 9.96 +.05 AdjUS p 8.98 ... StrInc C 13.41 +.04 Japan n 7.29 -.02 Value Line Fd:
AllianceBernC: Eaton Vance CIC: ALTFAp 11,35 +.02 LSBondR 12.89 +.04 LatAmn 41.33 +.29 LrgCon 14.35 -.12
SCpGrCt 18.40 -.16 GovtCp 7.53 AZTFAp 10.97 +.03 StrlncA 13.34 +.04 MDShr n 5.26 Van Kamp Funds A:
Allianz nstl MMS: NatlMCt 9.96 +.05 Ballnvp 40.87 -.34 Loomis Sayles Inv: MDBondn 10.51 +.02 CATFAp 16.92 +.04
NFJDvVI 9.70 -.02 Evergreen A: CalInsAp 12.26 +.02 InvGrBdAp 11.59 +.02 MidCapn 44.44 -.24 CapGro 10.20 -.11,
SmCpVV 23.03 -.12 AslAllp 11.09 -.02 CAIntAp 11.50 +.01 InvGrBdCp11.51 +.02 MCapValn 19.57 -.11 CmstAp 13.00 -.07
ACplanz Funds A: Evergreen C: CalTFAp 7.14 +.01 nvGrBdY 11.60 +.03 NAmern 25.99 -.19 CpBdAp 6.48 +.01
Allianz F unds A: EeVI 9.61 -.02 sC 10.72 -.02 COTFAp 11.81 +.02 Lord Abbett A: NAsian 14.53 +.08 EqlncAp 7.50 -.03
SmpVA 22.061 -.1 02 EvergieenI: CTTFAp 11.00 +.01 AffilAp 9.77 -.09 NewEran 40.51 -.21 Exch 382.35 -1.87
SmCpVA 22.00 -.11 EvereenCvtScAp 12.39 -.03 FundlEq 10.19 -.07 NHorizn 24.05 -.18 GrInAp 16.50 -.07
Allianz Funds C: SIMunil 9.98 +.01 DbiTFA 11.65 +.05 BdDebAp 7.08 Nlncn 9.28 +.01 HarbAp 14.46 -.05
GrowthCt 19.17 -.11 FBRFunds: DynTchA 22.90 -.20 MidCpAp 12.24 -.06 NYBondn 11.23 +.02 HiYldA 9.19
TargetCt 11.27 -.10 Focusinv 38.17 -.15 ElincAp 14.05 -.08 Lord Abbett C: OverSSFrn 7.59 +.01 HYMuAp 9.31 +.04
Amer Beacon Insti: FMIFunds: Fedlntp 11.67 +.01 BdDbCp 7.10 PSincn 14.41 -.03 InTFAp 16.60 +.05
LgCapnst 16.40 -.10 LgCappn 13.16 -.08 FedTFAp 11.98 +.02 MFSFundsA: RealEstn 12.69 ... MunlAp 13.28 +.04
AmerBeacon lnv: FPAFunds: FLTFAp 11.57 +.01 MITA 16.39 -.09 R2010n 13.71 -.04 PATFAp 15.88 +.03
LgCaplnv 15.59 -.10 Nwinc 11.09 +.01 FoundAlp 9.45 -.04 MIGA 12.24 -.06 R2015n 10.36 -.03 StrMunInc 10.49 +.04
Amer Century Adv: FPACres n 23.60 -.04 GATF 12.08 +.02 HilnA 3.12 R20210n 14.10 -.05 USMIgeA 12.71
EqGroAp 17.33 -.12 Fairholme 27.85 -.12 GoldPlMA 37.00 -.46 MFLA 9.69 +.02 R2025n 10.20 -.03 UtilAp 16.94 -.07
Amer Century Inv: Federated A: GrwthA p 36.02 -.20 TotRA 12.78 -.03 F2030 n 14.46 -.06 Van Kamp Funds B:
Balanced 13.65 -.05 MidGrStA 28.08 -.21 HYTFAp 10.06 +.03 UtilA 14.i5 - 05 R2035n 10.15 -.04 EnterpBt 11.76 -.13
Eqinc 6.21 -.03 KaufmAp 4.44 -.02 HilncA 1.86 ValueA 19.75 -,,, R2040n 14.44 -.06 HYMuBt 9.30 +.03
Growth 20.23 -.13 MuSecA 10.21 +.03 IncomAp 1.98 -.01 MFS Funds B: SclTecn 20.72 -.08 MulB 13.26 +.04
Heritagel 14.90 -.10 Federated Insti: InsTFAp 12.08 +.02 MIGBn 11.03 -.06 ShtBdn 4.82 -.01 StrMunInc 10.48 +.04
IncGro 20.26 -.11 KaufmnK 4.44 -.03 NYITFp 11.19 +.02 GvScBn 10.13 +.01 SmCpStkn 25.43 -.13 USMIge. 12.64
InfAdjBd 11.42 +.03 MunULAp 10.02 LATFAp 11.38 +.02 HilnBn 3.13 SmCapValn28.04 -.16 UtilB 16.85 -.08
IntDisc 8.52 +.02 TotRetBd 10.86 +.01 LMGvScA 10.46 ... MulnBn 8.43 +02 SpecGrn 14.43 -.08 Vanguard Admiral:
IntlGrol 9.44 +.02 Fidelity Adv FocT: MDTFAp 11.45 +.02 TotRBn 12.77 -.03 Speclnn 11.68 BalAdmIn 18.80 -.05
NewOpp , 5.42 -.04 EnergyT 28.88 -.17 MATFAp 11.75 +.01 MFS Funds Ih TFIncn 9.96 +.01 CAITAdmn 11.08 +.01
OneChAg 10.12 -.03 HltCarT 17.66 -.04 MITFAp 12.17 +.02 Valuel 19.85 -.08 TxFrHn 10.64 +.02 CALTAdmn11.33 +.02
OneChMd 10.07 -.02 Fidelity Advisor A: MNInsA 12.33 MFSFunds Instl. TxFrSIn 5.57 CpOpAdIn 63.03 -.96
RealEstI 13.09 +.02 DivIntlAr 14.33 -.07 MOTFAp 12.09 +.03 IntlEqn 15.69 -.11 USTIntn 5.95 +.02 EMAdmrrn31.50 +.06
Ultra 17.73 -.12 Nwinsghp 15.86 -.09 NJTFAp 12.18 +.03 MainStay Funds A: USTLg"n 12.50 +.10 Energyn 106.78 -.25
Valuelnv 4.84 -.02 StrinA 12.05 +.01 NYInsAp 11.18 +.02 HiYdBAx 5.50 -.03 VABondn 11.70 +.02 EuroAdmin60.88 -.42
Vista 12.63 -.14 Fidelity Advisor I: NYTFA p 11.82 +.03 MainStay Funds B: Principalue n 1961 -10 ExplAdmn 50.26 -.30
American Funds A: EqGrIn 43.07 -.36 NCTFAp 12.30 +.03 CapApBt 22.52 -.15 PrincpalIn: 10.4 - dAdmn 30.97 -.18
AmcpAp 15.41 -.11 Eqlnin . 20.19 -.14 OhiolAp 12.66 +.02 ConvBtx 13.14 -.11 DiscLCInst 10.54 -.07 Aml n 96.76 -.59
AMutlAp 21.64 -.09 IntBdin 10.65 ... ORTFAp 11.99 +.02 GovtBtx 8.70 +.01 LgCV3n 8.80 -.06 hMAAdn1075 +.01
BalAp 15.44 -.05 Nwlnsgtln 16.02 -.09 PATFAp 10.37 +.02 HYIdBB 548 -03 LgGrln 6.45 -.09 . IhCrn 47.81 -.09
BondAp 11.76 +.01 FidelityAdvisorT: ReEScAp 9.87 +.01 InqB 1155 -.03 LT20301n 9.88 -.03 IdCpn 5.31
CapWAp 20.42 +.09 BalancT 13.03 -.05 RisDvAp 26.46 -.13 SmCGBp 1030 -. LT2020n 10.12 -.03 troAdn 24.53 +.05
CapIBApx 46.36 -.49 DivGrTp 9.73 -.07 SMCpGrA 26.58 -.19 TotSGBRt 13.92 -.08A: ITBdAdmn 10.84 +02
CapWGApx32.49 -22 DynCATp 14.43 -.07 Stratlncp 9.77 Mairs&Power: AmGvAp 9.88 .. ITsryAdmiln11.61 +.02
EupacAp 37.18 -.03 EqGrTp 40.44 -.34 USGovAp 6.69 Grwh 60.10 -.46 AZTE 9.12 * * .N GrAdmn 52.15 -.23
FdlnvAp 30.56 -.10 EqInT 19.88 -.14 UfilsAp 10.73 -.04 Growth 60.10 - Convp 16.58 -v4. IdmIn 13.71 +.02
GovtAp 14.16 +.02 GrOppT 25.64 -.16 VATFAp 11.75 +.02 Bondas24.07 -.02 DvrnAp 7.79 +.0 ITrAdmn 9.62 +.01
GwthA p 25.67 -.12 HilnAdT p 8.70 +.01 FranklTmp Frnk Adv: EqlnA p 13.18 -.07 LtdTrAd n 11.06
HITrAp 10.29 +.01 IntBdT 10.63 GIbBdAdvp ... ... Manning&NapierFds: EuEq 18.33 -.08. LTGrAdmIn 9.24 +.08
HilnMunA 13.77 +.04 MulncTp 12.86 +.03 IncmeAd 1.97 -.01 WIdOppA 7.99 -.02 GeoAp 10.53 -03T 'LTA..Ir. 11t +.02
IncoAp 14.70 -.03 OvrseaT 16.32 -.10 Frankfremp Frnk B: Marsico Funds: GlbEqtyp 7.93 -.4 LIrt.�,2nr 1 ;, :, -.42
IntBdAp 13.15 ... STFiT 9.02 -.. IncomeBt 1.97 -.01 Focusp 14.22 -.10 GrinAp 11.33 -.07 MorgAdm n 43.73 -.35
IntlGrlncA p 28.91 -.05 Fidelity Freedom: Frank/Temp Frnk C: Matthews Asian: GIblHIthA 44.09 o.07" uHYAdm n10.52 +.02
ICAAp 24.24 -.11 FF2000n 11.30 -.02 FoundAlp 9.31 -.04 AsianG&l 15.14 +.01 HiYdAp 6.99 ... NYLTAdn 11.25 +.02
LtTEBAp 15.58 +.01 FF2010n 12.33 -.05 IncomCt 2.00 China 22.73 +.10 HiYldIn 5.48 PrmCaprn 56.37 -.41
NEcoAp 21.47 -.12 FF2015n 10.25 -.04 FrankTemp MtlA&B: Indiar 14.63 +.04 IncmAp 6.41 +.02. PALTAdmn11.19 +.01
NPerAp 24.25 -.06 FF2020n 12.27 -.06 BeacnA 10.79 -.03 PacTiger 17.75 - IntGrlnp 9.17 -,9 )$TsyAdmln 10.85
NwWddA 44.75 -.03 FF2025n 10.13 -.05 GbDiscA 26.01 -06 MergerFd 1522 -02 nvAp 10.70 -.07 dAdmln10.45
STBAp 10.03 ... FF2030n 12.03 -.06 QualfdAt 16.55 -.02 MetroWestFds: NJTxAp 9.41 +.02 1i -htTrAdn 15.92 ..
SmCpAp 29.81 -.06 FF2035n 9.94 -.06 SharesA 18.09 -.05 TotRetBd 9.73 .. NwOpAp 39.02 -:22 dAdn 10.93
TxExAp 12.25 +.02 FF2040n 6.93 -.05 Frank/TempMtlC: TotRtBdl 973 PATE 9.12 +.: GrAdn 10.54
WshA px 22.90 -.26 Income n 10.62 -.02 GIbDiscC t 25.72 -.06 Midas Funds: TxExA p 8.57 +-.0, 0 CAdm n 26.31 -.15
American Funds B: Fidelity Invest: Frank/TempTempA: MidasFd 3.18 -.04 TFInAp 14.98 +.02 'fMCaprn 51.64 -.33
BalBt 15.39 -.05 AggrGrrn 15.04 -.13 DvMktAp 20.08 -.04 MonettaFunds: TFHYA 11.49 +.01 BAdmin 10.43 +.01
CaplBBtx 46.38 -.40 AilSectEq 11.48 -.08 ForgnAp 6.50 -.01 Monettan 12.22 -.10 USGvAp 14.45 -.02 TStkAdmn 25.76 -.15
CpWGrBtx 32.32 -.17 AMgr50n 13.39 -.05 GIBdAp 12.46 -.02 Morgan Stanley A: GIblUtilA 11.12 -.03 ..WellslAdmn48.60 -.02
GrwthBt 24.77 -.12 AMgr70rn 13.81 -.06 GrwthAp 16.20 -.06 DivGthA 13.07 -.09 VstaAp 8.16 -.09 WelltnAdmn48.12 -.10
IncoBt 14.60 -.03 AMgr20rn 11.76 -.02 WorddAp 13.40 -.05 Morgan Stanley B: VoyAp 18.54 -.11 Windsorn 37.73 -.20
ICABt 24.14 -.12 Balanon 15.81 -.06 Frank/TempTmpAdv DivGIB 13.17 -.10 Putnam Funds B: . VdsrllAdn 39.40 -.22
Ariel Investments: BlueChGr n 34.50 -.27 GithAv 16.22 -.06 GabDivB 9.10 -.06 DvInBt 7.74 +.01 Vanguard Fds:
Apprec 31.05 -26 CAMunn 12.11 +.02 Frank/TempTmp B&C: StratB 16.70 -.05 Eqlnc 13.04 -.07 AssetAn 20.88 -.06
Ariel 34.43 -.33 Canadan 45.70 -.74 DevMktC 19.56 -05 MorganStanley nst: EuEq 17.52 -.08 CALTn 11.33 +.02
Artio Global Funds: CapApn 19.80 -.09 ForgnCp 634 -01 EmMktln 21.39 +.01 GeoBt 10.42 -.03 CapOppn 27.28 -.41
IntlEqlr 29.61 -.20 CapDevOn 8.46, -.07 GIBdCp 12.48 -.02 IntlEqin 12.92 -.09 GlbEqt 7.16 -.04 Convrtn 12.16 -.02
IntEqA 28.91 -.20 Cplncrn 8.18 -.01 GEElfunS&S: MCapGdrn 26.50 -.11 GINtRst 15.90 -.06 DivdGron 12.26 -.02
IntEqllAt 11.89 -.09 ChinaRgr 26.16 +.16 S&Slnc 1079 +01 MunderFundsA: - GrInBt 11.13 -.07 Energyn' 56.85 -.14
IntEqllIr 11.97 -.09 CngSn 398.89 -1.42 S&SPM 35.28 -.30 IntemtA 21.85 -.14 GlblHIthB 37.13 -.06 Eqincn 17.30 -.09
Artisan Funds: CTMunrn 11.61 +.02 TaxE 11.83 +01 Munder Funds Y: HiYIdBt 6.98 ... Expirn 53.98 -.31
Inti 19.81 -.10 Contran 53.71-.30 GEInstl Funds: MCpCGrYrn21.08 -.07 HYAdBt 5.39 ... FLLTn 11.51 +.01
MidCap 23.77 -.16 CnvScn 20.96 -.14 ntEq 1083 -.11 MutualSeries: IncmBt 6.36 +.01 GNMAn 10.75 +.01
MidCapVal 16.63 -.08 DisEqn 20.00 -.15 GMOTrustil. BeacnZ 10.88 -.04 IntGrInt 9.06 -.03 GlobEqn 15.28 -.07
SCapVal 13.49 -.07 DivInltn 27.12 -.18 EmergMkr 11.61 -01 GbDiscZ 26.35 -.07 IntlNopt 13.26 -.03 Grolncn 22.06 -.12
Baron Funds: DivStkOn 1220 -.09 uMOTrstii QuestZ 16.69 -.02 InvBt 9.61 -.06 GrthEqn 8.50 -.06
Asset 42.92 -.33 DiGthn 22.14 -.16 For 11.74 -.06 SharesZ 18.25 -.05 NJTxBt 9.40 +.02 HYCorpn 5.31
Growth 38.23 -.21 EmrMkn 20.75 +.04 IntntrVI 20.92 -.10 Neuberger&Berm Inv: NwOpBt 34.03 -.19 HithCren 113.25 -.21
SmallCap 17.74 -.12 Eqlncn 37.51 -.26 Quity 17.85 -.08 Focus 16.85 -.07 TxExBt 8.57 +.01 InflaPron 12.48 +.03
BernsteinFds: EQlIn 15.65 -.11 GMOTrustV . Geneslnst 34.80 -.22 TFHYBt 11.50 ... intlExprn 13.61 -.05
IntDur 13.16 ... ECapAp 17.35 -11 EmrMkt 11.56 -.01 Intr 14.30 -.02 USGvBt 14.39 -.01 IntiGrn 16.38 -.08
DivMu 14.52 +.01 Europe 28.85 -.18 intlGrE 1979 -.10 Partner 22.21 -.20 GIblUlilB 11.06 -.04 IntIVaIn 30.30 -.15
,-.Mali.i a . - l E',hn ,- - ^ nIlntllrVq 1 20.91 -.11 Neuberger&BermTr: VistaBt 6.91 -.08 ITIGraden 9.62 +.01
.uP'a M. ; -10 i t-.;<4n i 7.0 -rI3 GMOTreust' 11 Genesis 36.19 -;23 VoyBt 15.77 -.09 ITTsryn 11.61 +.02
-BlackRock; .1- . F.ir. 1427.06 -.23 EmgMktsr 11.57 -.01 Nicholas Group: RS Funds: UfeConn 14.89 -.02
BlackRockA: " * ** 14.16 -.17 t - Hilnc in 9.09 +.01 IntGrA 15.07 -.08 LifeGron 18.81 -.08
AuroraA 14.45 -.08 FItRateHirn 9.35 +.01 IntlCorEq 27.13 -.14 Nichn 37.69 -.28 LgCAiphaA 35.43 -.05 6 ifelncn 13.24 -.01
CapDevAp 14.18 -.08 FrnOneAn 1123.56 -.11 rFnc 16.08 +.07 Northern Funds: Value . 19.69 -.02 UfeModn 17.23 -.05
EqtyDiv 14.80 -.04 GNMAln 11.48 +.01 Gabell Funds 7 HiYFxInc 6.81 -.01 Rainier Inv Mgt: LTIGraden 9.24 +.08
HIAIvA 6.67 +.01 GroCvnc 3.31 -.40 'Asset 37.66 -.26 MMIntEqr 8.73 -.03 .SmMCap 24.00 -23 LTTsryn 11.63 +.10
HiYnvA 6.67 +.01 GroCon 63.31 -.40 Funds SmCpldx 6.60 -.03 RidgeWorth Funds: Morgn 14.10 -.11
InBOpAp 29.52 -.17 Grolncn 15.15 -.12 Gateway Funds: Technly 10.91 -.08 LCGrStkAp 7.83 -.06 MuHYn 10.52 +.02
BlackRockB&C: Highncrn 8.15 ... GaewayAx2449 -18 Nuveen A: Rn 13.71 +.02
GIAICt 16.29 -.04 Indepnn 18.52 -.19 GoldmanSachs YMuBdp 15.34 +.07 BalanceA 8.72 -.03A: MuLtdn 11.06
BlackRock InstI: InProBdn 11.22 +.02 MdCVA p 27.20 -.19 HYMuBAp 150.9234 +.07 BalanceAp 48.72 -.03 MuLongn 11.22 +.0 2
tGoldmansachslnst: LtMBA p 10.92 +.01 DispEqA p 4.46 -.03 MuLong n 11.22 +.02
BaVIl 21.79 -.08 ntBd n 10.15 . Goldman Sachs nst: Nuveen Cl R: DEI 8.23 -.04 MuShrtn 15.92
EquityDv 14.83 -.04 IntGovn 10.79 +01 HiYield 6. -75 IntDMBd 9.04 +.01 DivrBd 4.80 ... NJLTn 11.87 +.08
GIbAlocr 17.49 -.05 IntmMun 10.27 +01 MidCpV 2744 -19 OakAssocFds DOppA 6.38 -03 NYLTn 11.25 +.02
BrandywineFds: lntlDisc n 29.29 -.16 Strulnt 10.01 -.07 WhOkSGn3143 -19 HiYdTEA 4.30 +.01 OHLT n 12.16 +.02
BlueFd n 20.27 -.13 IntlSCprn 17.60 +.01 Harbor Funds: WhitOkSGn31.43 -.19 HiYdTEA 4.30 +.01 OHLTTEn 12.16 +.02
- IntlSC n 160 +.01 H orFun:4 OakmarkFundl- MCpGrA 8.98 -.05 PALTn 11.19 +.01
Bmdywnn 20.69, -.11 InvGrBdS 11.41 ... Bond 12.49 +.02 Omark Fnds h MCpVlGrA 8.98 -.05 PrecMALTsrn 118.37 -.2401
Brinson FundsY: InvGBn 6.99 CapApIhst 29.96 -.32 Eqtytncr 24.48 -.06 MidCpVlp 6.04 -.04 PrecMtsrn18.37 -24
HiIdsoYn 5.78 Japanr 10.51 -. 7 Intnvt .51.27 -.39 Globall 18.82 -.15 PBModApx 9.29 -.08 PrmcpCorn11.26 -.10
Buffalo Fnds:78 JpnSmn 8.91 +.04 Intl r 51.8127 -29 Int Ir 16.10 -.07 RiverSource 1: Prmcp rn 54.30 -.39
Buffalo Funds: LCnVal11.40 -.10 HartfordFd51 -29 Oakmarkr 34.04 -26 TNEmgMktn8.01 +.02 SelValurn 14.98 -.10
SmCap 22.21 -:15 Wap l 11.40 -10 Hartord Fds A: Select, 22.28 21 Royce Funds: STARn 17.02 -.04
CGM Funds: LCpV r n 9.47 -.09 CpAppA p 2836 -21 Select 22.28 -.21 Royce F -.nds 05 STARden 1702 -.04
Focusn 27.56 -.40 LatAmsn 4520 +.17 DivGthApx 16.03 -.11 Old Mutual Adv It: LwPrSkSvr 12.97 -.05 STGraden 0.54
Mutn 24.60 -.15 LevCoStkn21.42 -.23 MidCpAp 16.58 -.09 Tc&ComZ 14.11 -.07 MicroCapi 12.86 -.02 STFedrn 10.93
Realtyn 19.50 +.06 LowPrn 30.00 -.12 Hartford Fds C: OldWestbury Fds: PennMulr 8.91 -.05 STTsryn 10.85
CRM Funds: Magellnn 61.25 -.31 CapApCt 25.39 -19 GlobOpp 6.96 -.01 Premierdr 15.49 -.13 StratEq n 14.26 -.08
CRMFunds: D Mu r n 11.07 +0-1 Hartord 25ds39L: GIbSMdCap 12.23 -.05 TotRetlr 10.23 -.05 TgtRetlno n 10.49
MdCVII 2289 -09 MAMu 11.98 +02 ppL 2163 .12 NonUSLgCp9.05 -.11 ValSvct 9.56 -.04 TgRe2010n20.25 -.04
Calamos Funds: MAMaCpt 11n824 -.05 Haord FdsY21 Oppenheimer A: VIPISvc 10.75 -.05 TgtRe2005 n10.92 -.02
Gr&ncAp 27.02 -.12 MMunCpStkn8.24 -.05 HartfordpAppn 27 -.1 AMTFMu 6.60 +.03 Russell Funds S: TgtRe2025n11.00 -.05
GrthAp 40.53 -.32 MIMunn 12.05 +.01 CapAppn 287 -.21 AMTFrNY 11.55 +.09 StratBd 10.24 +.01 TgtRe2015n11.12 -.03
GrowthCt 37.22 -.31 MNapn 1.97 -1 Hartford HLSA: - CAMuniAp 8.17 +.05 Rydex Advisor: TgRe2020n19.49 -.06
Culvert Group: MNMunn 11.54 +01 CpApp 34.03 -23 CapApAp 36.62 -.33 NasdaqAdv10.52 -.10 TgRe2030n18.64 -.08
InC o up:3 +04 MtgSecn 10.46 +.01 Div&Gr 16.65 -.07 CapncApx 7.65 +.02 SPortfoos: TgtRe2035n11.18-.06
Inoop 15.36+,04 Munilncn 12.71 +.02 Advisers 16,83 ::05 CaptncApx 7.65 +.02 S9tPortfolios: T e n -
IntoEqAp 13.65 +.02 NJ Munan 11.72 +.01 Astoc 3304 .05 ChmpincAp 1.80 .. CoreFxA n 9.96 +.02 TgtRe2040n18.31 -.08
ShurInAt 16.46 2 NJMnrn 11+.0+3.-01 Stock 33.64 -.16 DvMktAp 25.94 InltEqAn 7.83 -.03 TgtRe2045n11.57 -.06
SocialA p 23.77 -4 +.0 NwMktrn 15.07 -.01 TotRetBd 10.84 +.01 Discp 40.0 -.32 LCGroAn 17.38 11 USGron 15.35 -.10
SocBdp 15.21 +04 NwMilln 2338 -14 Henderson GiblFds: EquityA 7.49 -.05 LgCValA n 13.65 -.07 USValue n 8.71 -.05
oc p . . Munn 13.05 +.02 IntOppAp 19.83 -.07 GlobAp 50.22 -.33 SSgA Funds: WelIslyn 20.06 -.01
CEqA p 28.86 -.16 OTCn 41.47-.33 Hennessy Funds: GIbOppA 24.67 -.07 EmgMkt 18.06 +.10 Weltn n 27.86 .06
TxFCLgSp 1.7 +.02 OhMunn 11.77 +.01 CorGrlOrig 11.59 -4 Goldtp 31.34 -.31 Schwab Funds: Wndsrn 11.18 -.08
Cohen&s43Steers:08 - 100ndex 7.60 -.05 HussmnitrGr12.97 -09 IntBdAp 652 +03 HCare13.64 -.04 Wndsln 22.19 -13
RltyShrs 4308 -03 Ovrsean 31.10 -24 ICON Fds: MnStFdA 263 -.4 8 r 31.24 -19 VanguardIdxFds:
Columbia Class A: PcBasn 2029 +.06 Energy 16.64 -.07 MSCAtp 15.75 -.09 S&Pel 16.394 -09 50n 96.73 -.59
Acm 22.32 -.15 PAMunrn 10.89 +01 Hthcare 12.18 -.06 MidCapA 10.81 SmCplnv 15.3 7 Baancedn9 18.79 -05
2MarGCntryAt 15.790 -.11 Puritnn 15.41 -.08 ISI Funds: PAMuniAp 10.73 +.07 Scout Funds: DevMktn 9.38 -05
CoumbiasrAt 15.79 -.11 R ealEn 18.11 +.07 NoAmp 7.58 ... StnAp 3.90 +01 Int 27.69 -15 EMkn 23.94 .04
AcomlntZ 32.47 +.08 STBFmCaplnd 8r213.54 . AssetSCt 20.88 -.09 OppenheimerB: AmShD 34.89 -29 Extendn 30.94 -.18
IntBdZ 8.76 +.01 apind rn 134 '14 AssetSIAp 21.41 -.09 AMTFMu 6 57 +.03 AmShSp 34.85 -.29 Growthn 25 06 -.15
IntEdZ 8.76 +01 rn Assetr 5 A 6T:ndn -:.8
IntTEBd 10.48 +.01 SEAalan 24.52 +.08 AGIatRr 21.57 -.10 AMTFrNY 11.56 +.09 Seligman Group: LTgnldn 1.84 +-02
LgCpldxZ 20.33 -.13 SkSIcn 20.33 -14 J PMorgan Class: CplncBt 7.51 +.02 ComunAt 35.12 -.12 LBsdn 12.4 +.0
pV 10 -.0 srtn 1. +0 CoreBdA + 11.17 +.02 EquityB 6.94 -.05 GIbSmA 11.49 -.04 Picn 1521 -.0
DFAReFunds: TaxFrBrn 109539.0 -.31 SrReRt 8.22 +.02 MCpValp 17.70 -.10 StrincBt 3.91 +.01 GlbTchA 16.40 -.06 RFTrn 1c +04
IntlCorEq n 9.97 -.07 TotalBd n 10.44 J02 PMorgan Select: Oppenheimer C&M: Sentinel Group: SmCap n 26.28 -.15
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OPINION


' "Any one can hold the helm
when the sea is calm."
Publilius Syrus,
1st century B.C.


CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE


CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE


EDITORIAL BOARD
Gerry Mulligan....................................... publisher
Charlie Brennan ............................................editor
Neale Brennan ........ promotions/community affairs
Mike Arnold .............................managing editor
i Cheri Harris................. ................ features editor
Curt Ebitz.................................... citizen member
Founded Mac Harris ................................citizen member
)y Albert M.
Williamson Cliff Pierson ..................................guest member
"You may differ with my choice, but not my right to choose."
- David S. Arthurs publisher emeritus


MURKY WATERS


Economic development

takes hit as commission

struggles to define goals
W hat does economic the EDC could conceivably
success look like? come back with a plan.
The county's econ- What seems likely is one of
omy stinks. That's no surprise two ideas. First, some in county
to anyone who pays attention government would like to bring
to the fact that our building in- an EDC position in house and
dustry is in the toilet and our make it a government job that
unemployment rate hovers reports to the county adminis-
above 11 percent. trator. That's not a
In a fit of frus- THE ISSUE: new idea in Citrus
tration not to be County.
confused with County action That was the
leadership, the on the EDC. model used many
county commis- years ago and it
sion last week OUR OPINION: ended with a simi-
voted to end its lar fate as the cur-
contract with the Economic rent EDC. The
Citrus County development employee became
Economic Devel- needed now a bureaucrat and
opment Council. more than ever. attended a lot of
In a moment of meetings and con-
great il-ony, the decision was ferences. In our view, it would
made during the state's official be a really bad idea to try again.
Industry appreciation week The second possibility is the
celebration. county's chamber of commerce
That will show them. and the current EDC will come
The EDC has been funded together and create a more ef-
through a special occupational ficient and energized plan. But
license fee paid by existing there is the very real possibil-
businesses. For the last twenty ity that a year from now the
years the county has struggled county commissioners will be
go ftnd a cfor e wt a 1"ssatisfied wit a model
official organization that can The chamber is in a reorgani-
get the economic development zation mode right now and it's
job done. unclear if it would be wise for
But here's the problem: The the 1,000-member group to take
county has a very difficult job on that risk.
in defining exactly what the job What is clear is that Citrus
of economic development County is in dire need of eco-
looks like. And because of that nomic development. The cur-
lack of definition, it's very hard rent national mess has hit our
to identify success or failure. community with extra vigor be-
The current EDC, under the cause of our over-dependence
leadership of CEO Randy on Florida's population growth
Welker, has done a pretty good as our economic carburetor.
job under some really trying Now is not the time to be
conditions. Butthe members of without an economic strategic
the commission agreed on plan. As our state and nation
Tuesday they weren't satisfied begin to climb out of the cur-
with the progress and wanted rent economic morass, there
to search for a new way to get will be a period of time where
the work done. entrepreneurial expansion
The disappointing sidebar is will take place.
that two members of the county Citrus County needs to be po-
commission -Joe Meek and sitioned to participate in the
John Thrumston - have both coming prosperity and grow
served on the EDC over the last new businesses and jobs.
12 months and neither has The county commission has
voiced criticism during official helped dismantle the current
EDC gatherings. It's hard not to EDC model and the elected of-
sympathize with the volunteer ficials need to participate in
EDC members who didn't see creating a new solution. Pri-
the county contract termina- vate business needs to take
tion coming. the leadership role, but the
The members of the com- county needs to be a partner
mission have made their deci- in the journey.
sion and have invited A good place to start would
organizations that have an in- be for the commission to define
terest to float a proposal. Even what success looks like.


Deed restrictions
This is in answer to the people
who call in Sound Off to say Cy-
press Village Association
in Sugarmill Woods
should purchase a house
for $150,000 instead of
the building where Sun-
Trust is and run our of-
fices out of there. We
have deed restrictions in f,.
Sugarmill Woods. You
cannot run a business or
an office out of a private CAL
home. We should ab- L6
solutely be buying that 5630
building and property be-
fore someone comes in
and puts in a gasoline station or
some other commercial business.
Betrayal
History just repeated itself.
Today, Sept. 17, is 70 years when
Russia invaded Poland. They occu-
pied Poland 'til 1989 when the Soli-
darity Movement ended the
Russian occupation of Poland. If


anyone watched the PBS TV special
"Behind Closed Doors," they saw
the betrayal of Poland by Roosevelt
and Churchill...Now another Ameri-
can president has made a
JUND deal with Russia over the
installation of missiles in
IOWA Poland...What price again
was made to appease
Russia? Betraying a loyal
friend of the United States
does not speak well of the
Obama administration.
Appeasement is not a way
to go. Who else will they
0579 betray? Poland will not
} perish so long as we still
live, Polish and proud. We
never betray our friends.
Yoga class
I'm looking for a yoga class for
beginners, specifically seniors...
Turn signals


This is for our good sheriff: Why
don't your patrol cars have turn-
signal lights? If they have them,
why don't they use them?


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Waste dumping
"Boaters who make Crystal
River their home on the water
will soon have a legal and re-
sponsible way for disposing
their human waste."
How nice! There has always
been a legal and responsible
way of disposing of their
human waste. No% lthe big dif-
ference is that we are goiig to
pay for it. "The Depaitmieit of,
Environmental Protection paid
75 percent of the $61,400 ,ost of
the boat" And "The DEP aill.
underwrite 75 percent of the
operating costs. Hey! Thians us
isn't it?
When I had my camping '
trailer in a local park on ac
semi-permanent basis forl t
summer and there was no: l
sewer hook-up, I paid $15L.to
have it pumped. That xd% al -
most 20 years ago.
If these people want to live
life on a boat then they should
be willing to pay for it. It should
definitely not be - hou Idei.b.
other taxpayers. \Vh ic orfcf
the permanent boal "pc pl ot
this pushed through '
Why didn't the city official
do something when they
ized that there were people liv-


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ing in these boats that had
never been moved. A 5-year-old
would know that they had to be
dumping "on site."


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COMMENTS will be edited for length, libel, personal attacks and good taste. Editors will cut libelous material.OPINlONS expressed are purely th


This whole thing is disgusting
and just as dumb.as some of the
other tax and spend situations.
in Citrus County. Wake up!
Gerald Davidson
Citrus County

Coast Guard mistake.
What a fiasco by the United
States Coast Guard! On a day
celebrating national security,
the USCG had one tiny boat on2
the Potomac creating an
episode costing millions.
Twenty-one national TV sta-
tions, hundreds of radio sta-
tions, at least two helicopters,
the CIA, FBI, D.C. police, etc.
all were trying to decide
whether the U.S. was having
another terrorist attack.
Meanwhile, millions of
Americans were interrupted in
their work routines, costing',
millions.
In this very high tech society,
it would appear to a simple-
minded person like myself that
all this could have been
avoided by a $39 cell phone
and one telephone call.
William Young
Crystal River

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= Hot Corner: HEALTH INSURANCE


Civic ignorance
Regarding the subject of
health care and all that that
involves: It's not the politi-
cians who are at fault. It's
the people who elect them.
In today's Sound Off, Sept.
24, there were four entries
there that display profound
ignorance regarding health
care, the Constitution and
the Bill of Rights. There's
one that even asked for an
explanation of the purpose
.of private health insurance
companies. Others seem to
think that health care is an
entitlement or a God-given
right. For some there's just
no civil answer, so I will
close.


Not mistaken
This is for the person
who says, regarding Blue
Cross Blue Shield health in-
surance, that he's paying
$356.59 a month for his
family and he's claiming
that the people that say
they paid $800 must be
mistaken. Well, guess
what? I wish I was paying-
$800. My husband and my-
self are paying $1,300 per
month - per month, people.
It goes by age, OK? So the
people that are paying
$356 a month, just wait a
couple years and you'll be
paying three or four times
much if they don't do
something.


Private purpose
In the Sept. 24 Sound Off,
to the person who says,
"Why do we need private in-
surers?" The answer to that
is: the bankrupt Social Se-
curity, Medicare, Mddicaid
and the U.S. Postal Service.
That's why we need private
insurers. Private companies
have to make a profit or
they go out of business. The
government doesn't have to
make a profit, doesn't have
to do a good job, doesn't
have to balance its books
and doesn't have to worry
about customer care be-
cause they're the govern-
ment. That's why private
insurers are important.


Hot Corner: TAX


Need a choice
I would like to make a comment about
giving the voters a choice on taxes,
sales tax or a gasoline taxes. Mr.
Webb is absolutely right; we
should have a choice. But the
other commissioners, of course,
don't want anyone to have a
choice. They want to tell us what
to do and just say, "Yes sir, yes
ma'am, thank you." This is what
we need is someone looking out
for people's interests. And we're CAL
losing all of our personal free- 563
doms anyway, so they want us not 5JV6
� to have any say in anything. Just
tell us what to do like a bunch of cows:
IOpen this gate and you go in that pasture,
open that gate and you go home."
No new taxes
Commissioner Webb: We, the citizens of
Citrus County, elected you on a platform of
no new taxes. We do not want an additional
1 percent sales tax. We do not want our
millage rates increased. We request that


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the 6-cent-per-gallon tax be repealed on a
gallon of gas. In addition, Commissioner
Damato said he does not see much of a
ND difference in gas prices in neigh-
JND boring counties. I will verify gas
prices are less expensive in Marion
County. I paid $2.31 a gallon on
State Road 200 yesterday (Sept.
23).


Relative difference


This message is for Mr. Dennis
' Damato, who said in the paper he
)59does not think gasoline price is
579 much of a difference betweenCit-
rus and other counties: Well, on
*Dennis Damato's salary, 15 cents
per gallon might not seem like much, but I
just filled up in a surrounding county yes-/
terday and paid 15 cents less per gallon.
So I choose, when I'm out of town, to fill
up instead of filling up in Citrus:County,
because of the prices. So 15 enots might
not be much to Mr. Damato, but to me,
who makes minimum wage, 15Die'nts is
quite a lot.


Sound FF


ACLU
My comment is about the
ACLU. I wish they would stay
out of the political busi-
ness, prayers and stuff like
that, and leave things alone.
Let's let the people worry
about what's going on.
Entitlement.
To the 15-year-old girl in
the Sept. 19 Sound Off
who thinks because her fa-


their works and pays the
bills, they should get
health insurance, too:
You've obviously gone to a
government school that
tells you you're entitled to
all of these things, but you
have to remember it is not
free. It means other people
have to pay for it. Either
the doctor has to take a
huge cut in pay or your
neighbors have to pay for.


it. The government is you
and I and the people who
pay taxes and,,ive been
paying for themselves and
for everybody else for
many, many years are re-
ally getting tired of it. It's
time people realize that
they have to be account-
able and take care of
themselves, not expect
their neighbor to pay the
freight, too.


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.PORTS


* Braves hopes
still alive after
4-1-win against
Nationals/B3


* Auto Racing/B2
* Golf/B2
* Baseball/B2, B3'
* Scoreboard/B4
* College Football/B5


CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE


Citrus fumbles costly against Leesburg


S!Homecoming

.night ends with

34-7defeat


JOHN CoscIA
Chronicle
The Citrus Hurricanes
knew they were going to
have to play the perfect
- .-- - -. game ir they had any hopes
-r .of hanging with the stealth
q Leesbu rg Yellow Jackets.
CATHY KAPULKA I/Chronicle Unfortunately, for 'Canes
Citrus running back John Smith runs up the middle during fans, they did not. And with
the first half of the Hurricanes game against the Leesburg that, Homecoming's game
Yellow Jackets. Smith netted 152 yards in kick off retums ended on a sour note as
on the night. Leesburg cruised to a 34-7


victory at the Citrus Bowl.
"It was just ugly. I really
don't have anything to say,"
Citrus head coach Randy
Roland said. "We let our-
selves down from the top all
the way down. We just didn't
play well at all and the final
score indicates that. They
were definitely the better
team tonight"
In many ways Citrus (1-3)
was its own worst enemy as
they put the ball on the
ground five times and lost
three of the fumbles. The op-
portunistic Yellow Jackets
converted two of the Hurri-
canes turnovers into scores.
The first lost fumble of the
night would prove to be the
most crucial as it would set
the tone for the rest of the


Yellow Jackets 34
Hurricanes 7
* Citrus' next game is
7:30 p.m.
j at Crystal
River

game.,
With 39 seconds left in the
first quarter, Leesburg quar-
terback Efrain Negron
called his own number and
raced his way past the Cit-
rus defense on a quarter-
back sneak that netted 27
yards and gave the Yellow
Jackets a 7-0 lead.
On the ensuing kickoff,
however, John Smith would
return the ball to the 30 yard
line. Five plays later J.J.


White would connect with
Greg Walker on a 42-yard
pass play giving the 'Canes a
first down on the Leesburg
35 yard line.
Unfortunately, three plays
later a bad snap and hand-
off resulted in a Citrus lost
fumble.
The turnover would prove
to be a two-edged sword for
Citrus. Not only had a seri-
ous scoring drive been
thwarted but on Leesburg's
very next offensive play Ne-
gron once again called his
own number. On the quar-
terback option, he found the
open field and raced 65
yards down field to give the
Yellow Jackets a 14-0 lead.
See CITRUS/Page 84


EAGLES SOAR


Photos by BRIAN LAPETER / Chronicle
Lecanto's T.J. Jones runs for yardage during the first quarter Friday night against Springstead. Lecanto lost 28-7 to Springstead.


Lecanto loses Homecoming game as Springstead scores 28 unansweredpoints
STEVE MCGUNNIGLE their offensive efficiency
.Special to the Chronicle Eagles 28, wavering after the game's
The rain started late in Panthers 7 first drive.
The rain started late in "I think our. running
the first half and carried on Lecanto's backs ran the ball hard",
through Lecanto's halftime next game is said Panthers coach Ron
Homecoming festivities, but 7:30 p.m. at Allan, "but I think offen- -
it was Springstead's option Wildwood sively our biggest issue is we -
offense that rained on the put ourselves in bad downs
Panthers' parade Friday Beeker paved the way, as situations."
night, as the visiting Eagles Huff grinded out 168 yards Lecanto quarterback Ad-
won decisively, 28-7. on 25 carries. The fullback dison Holstein gained 64
A game-opening touch- found the end zone three yards on nine rushes, in-
down drive by Lecanto was times, on scoring runs of 1, eluding a 28-yard scramble
emphatically negated the 13, and 15 yards. Beeker for a score off a draw play to
rest of the way, as Spring- added a 25-yard touchdown give the Panthers (0-4 over-
stead's domination on the pass to Ryan Buckley early' all, 0-1 in District 4A-5) a 7-0 . > -
ground grinded out the win in the second quarter to ex- lead just over a minute into l... ,
in what was the first district tend the Eagles edge to 21-7, the game, after T.J. Jones' '


game for both teams.
Devean Huff and Brian


a deficit too deep for
Lecanto to dig out of with


See EAGLES/Page B4


Lecanto's Akeem Gibbs runs the ball during the
second quarter Friday night against Springstead.


Leopards strike down passive Pirates, 35-14
4, ' '


Crystal River coach

says players not

prepared for game


JON-MICHAEL
SORACCHI
Chronicle
BROOKSVILLE - Hernando
junior running back Alvin Delaine
goes by the nickname "Chubs."
While it's hard to imagine where
he earned that nickname at a lean
5-foot-9, 170 pounds, Delaine got
fat feasting on the Crystal River
defense Friday night at Tom
Walker Stadium in Brooksville.


Leopards 35,
Pirates 14
* Crystal
River's next
game is 7:30
p.m. at home
against Citrus


The Leopard rushed for 254
yards and four touchdowns as
Hernando upended the Pirates,
35-14 in District 3A-6 play.
Crystal River looked flat from
the get-go, one week removed
from the emotional high of knock-
ing off Nature Coast, 7-6, and were
never really in the ballgame de-
spite trailing Hernando (2-1, 1-0)
just 14-6 at halftime.
Pirates head coach George Ar-


sedft gave credit to the Leopards
buttdamented his team being un-
pirepared to play.
"Al don't think we did a good job
of being ready to play, just like I
thought they would be," Arscott
said. "Early in the game, we gave
up,itwo fourth downs, where we
just didn't tackle the guy."
The Pirates were unimaginative
on'offense and had trouble moving
the ball all night long. Fuirther-
more, the Leopards harassed
Crystal River into four turnovers
and continuously beat the Pirates
at the line of scrimmage in sack-
irinMacon Newcomer four times.
'Crystal River running back
Travaughn Brooks had 93 yards on
171darries and one touchdown, but
al98 lost a fumble for the first time
this season.


The Pirates' philosophy is to
keep the game close by halftime
and then use a physical defense
and big offensive line to wear
down its opponent in the second
half.
"I just think we got out of what
we normally do and what we
should be doing," Arscott said.
"We should have ran the ball at
them and tried to overpower them
in the second half and we got away
from that."
Although Hernando didn't have
a lot of players, the Leopards took
the fight to Crystal River. Delaine,
who already had touchdown runs
of 24 and 29 yards in the first half,
converted a third-and-5 on the
opening drive of the third quarter
See LEOPARDS/Page B4


Tigers


tear into


Panthers

Dunnellon beats

Eustis in home

territory, 27-0

SEAN ARNOLD
For the Chronicle
EUSTIS-Dunnellon head
coach Frank Beasley knows the
season is a rollercoaster and
good teams can win on nights
they don't play their best
The Tigers faced one of those
nights, but managed to shut out
Eustis 27-0 to open district play
on the road Friday.
"We had, to grind it out
tonight," Beasley said. "(Eustis)
is a tough place to play."
"We were sloppy in some
areas, but we'll improve," he
added.
It's a sign of how high Dun-
nellon's (3-1, 1-0) expectations
are when there is a sense of dis-
appointment on a night where
the Tigers outgained the Pan-
thers (0-3, 0-1) by 344 yards.
Tiger running black Bubba
Black gained 206 of Dunnellon's
459 yards, while scoring three of
their four touchdowns. Black
also added a 45-yard kickoff re-
turn.
His yards came tough, how-
ever.
Dunnellon's offensive star
needed 29 carries to do his dam-
age and only two of those car-
ries were for 20 yards or more.
"Eustis did a good job tackling
our backs in space," Beasley
said.
Things were flashier early on,
though, when Dunnellon ac-
cepted the Panthers' bait to
throw the ball over the Eustis
defense.
Defensive back Terence
Brooks deflected a potential
touchdown pass by Panther
quarterback Kelsei Brown after
Eustis took their first drive to
Dunnellon's 23-yard line.
Tiger defensive back. Brent
Ciquera intercepted Brown's
next pass, giving possession to
the Tigers at their own 13.
Brooks then showed some of-
fensive dazzle when he took an
end-around handoff against an
over-pursuing Panther defense
and hit receiver Malaun Hum-
bert for a 66-yard touchdown
pass, giving Dunnellon the only
points they would need on the
night with five minutes remain-
ing in the first quarter.
Kicker Daniel Herrera's extra
point made it 7-0.
Late in the second quarter,
the Tigers and Panthers ex-
changed turnover-fumbles,
which eventually put Dunnellon
on the Eustis 12 yard line.
Black ran it in from the 5 with
73 seconds in the half, giving the
Tigers a 14-0 halftime lead after
a Herrera PAT.
See TIGERS B4

Tigers 27,
Panthers 0
M Dunnellon's
next game is
7:30 p.m. at
home against 3^
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: AMERICAN LEAGUE
' Thursday's Games
'-Oakland 12, Texas 3
Detroit 6, Cleveland 5
'Seattle 5, Toronto 4
Boston 10, Kansas City 3
*Friday's Games
Cleveland 4, Baltimore 2
N.Y. Yankees 9, Boston 5
Toronto 5, Seattle 0
Texas 8, Tampa Bay 3
Minnesota 9, Kansas City 4
I Chicago White Sox 2, Detroit 0
j Oakland at L.A. Angels (late)
Today's Games
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Boston (Matsuzaka 3-5) at N.Y. Yankees
(Sabathia 18-7), 4:10 p.m.
Baltimore (Berken 5-12) at Cleveland (Sowers
6-10), 7:05 p.m.
i Detroit (N.Rbbertson 2-2) at Chicago White Sox
(Garcia 2-3), 7:05 p.m.
Minnesota (S.Baker 13-9) at Kansas City (Di-
Nardo 0-1), 7:10 p.m.
Tampa Bay (Garza 8-10) at Texas (Millwood 11-
10), 8:05 p.m.
Oakland (Eveland 2-3) at L.A. Angels (Lackey
11-8), 9:05 p.m.
t i Sunday's Games
Baltimore at Cleveland, 1:05 p.m.
Boston at N.Y.Yankees, 1:05 p.m.
Seattle at Toronto, 1:07 p.m.
Detroit at Chicago White Sox, 2:05 p.m.
Minnesota at Kansas City, 2:10 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Texas, 3:05 p.m.
Oakland at L.A. Angels, 3:35 p.m.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Thursday's Games
I Cincinnati 4, Pittsburgh 1
L.A. Dodgers 7, Washington 6
Philadelphia 9, Milwaukee 4
.San Diego 5, Colorado 4
,,Chicago Cubs 3, San Francisco 2
Friday's Games
Atlanta 4, Washington 1
Pittsburgh 3, L.A. Dodgers 1
N.Y. Mets 6, Florida 5
Cincinnati 10, Houston 4
Milwaukee 8, Philadelphia 4
Colorado 2, St. Louis 1
San Diego at Arizona (late)
Chicago Cubs at San Francisco (late)
Today's Games
Atlanta (Hanson 10-4) at Washington (Mock 3-
9), 1:05 p.m.
Chicago Cubs (Gorzelanny 6-2) at San Fran-
cisco (Zito 10-12), 4:10 p.m.
Cincinnati (Lehr 4-2) at Houston (F.Paulino 2-
10), 7:05 p.m.
L.A. Dodgers (Wolf 11-6) at Pittsburgh (Maholm
8-9), 7:05 p.m.
Philadelphia (P.Martinez 5-1) at Milwaukee
(Looper 13-7), 7:05 p.m.
N.Y. Mets (Maine 6-5) at Florida (West 7-6),
7:10 p.m.
San Diego (LeBlanc 2-1) at Arizona (Haren 14-
9), 8:10 p.m.
St. Louis (Wainwright 18-8) at Colorado
(Jimenez 14-11), 8:10 p.m.
Sunday's Games
N.Y. Mets at Florida, 1:10 p.m.
Atlanta at Washington, 1:35 p.m.
L.A. Dodgers at Pittsburgh, 1:35 p.m.
Cincinnati at Houston, 2:05 p.m.
Philadelphia at Milwaukee, 2:05 p.m.
St. Louis at Colorado, 3:10 p.m.
Chicago Cubs at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m.
San Diego at Arizona, 4:10 p.m.


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Football
Football Spreads
NCAA Football
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at Ohio St. 16� 14 (49�) Illinois
at Northwestern 2 1� (48) Minnesota
at Michigan 19% 20� (55) Indiana
at Temple 2 2� (45%) Buffalo
at Wisconsin 1� 3 (54) Michigan St.
at Clemson 2� 2� (42�) TCU
Rutgers 3 1 (51) at Maryland
Boise St. 14 17(501) at Bowling G.
at Tennessee 20% 221 (44) Ohio
at East Carolina 9 10% (45%) UCF
at Cincinnati 14 16% (61�) Fresno St.
at cent. Michigan 17 16� (54�) Akron
LSU 14 13 (43) at Miss. St.
at Iowa St 9 10 (46) Army
at Memphis 2� 3 (47) Marshall
at Texas A&M 15 14 (63)UAB
at Kansas 14 13%(58) Southern Miss.
at Air Force 17 16�(52%) San Diego St.
Vanderbilt 8% 7 (48) at Rice
at Auburn 30 33 (55�) Ball St.
UNLV 3� 3� (46�) at Wyoming
at Alabama 16� 17� (58) Arkansas
Florida 24 21� (53) at Kentucky
at Georgia 12 12 (52) Arizona St.
California 6 5�1 (57) at Oregon
at Florida St. 13� 14 (50) South Florida
at Georgia Tech 3 2�2 (47) North Carolina
at N. Illinois 16 16� (51) Idaho
at BYU 142 17 (55�) Colorado St.
at N.C. State 1� 1 (47) Pittsburgh
at Stanford 6% 7� (52) Washington
at Kent St. 9 7 (49) Miami (Ohio)
at Utah 11� 14 (51) Louisville
Miami +1 2� (47%) atVa.Tech
Notre Dame 8 7 (60) at Purdue
at Texas 34 36 (63) UTEP
at Penn St 9� 9% (40) Iowa
at Houston Pk 1 (73) Texas Tech
at New Mexico 8 10(44) New Mexico St.
at Southern Cal 43 45%(53) Washington St.
at Oregon St. +3 2� (44) Arizona
at Fla. Atlantic 5 3� (55%) La.-Monroe
at Nebraska 26� 274(53%) La.-Lafayefte
at Navy 26� 28� (50�) W. Kentucky
at Arkansas St. Pk 2 (50�) Troy
Middle Tenn. 7 6% (52) at North Texas
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at N.Y. Jets 2 2% (37)Tennessee
at Houston 4% 4 (47) Jacksonville
at Philadelphia 9 9 (42) Kansas City
at Baltimore 14 13� (38%) Cleveland
N.Y. Giants 6� 6� (44) atTampa Bay
Washington 6% 6% (38�) at Detroit
Green Bay 8� 6� (41) at St. Louis
at Minnesota 6� 7 (40) San Francisco
at New England 5 4 (46%) Atlanta
Chicago 1 2 (37) at Seattle
New Orleans 6 6 (52) at Buffalo
at San Diego 7Y 6 (44) Miami
Pittsburgh 6 4 (37) at Cincinnati
Denver +2% 1% (35�) at Oakland
at Arizona Pk 2% (48) Indianapolis
Monday
at Dallas 9� 9 (47%) Carolina
Top 25 Schedule
AIITimes EDT
(Subject to change)
Saturday
No. 1 Florida at Kentucky, 6 p.m.
No. 2 Texas vs. UTEP, 3:30 p.m.
No. 3 Alabama vs. Arkansas, 3:30 p.m.
No. 5 Penn State vs. Iowa, 8 p.m.
No. 6 California at Oregon, 3:30 p.m.
No. 7 LSU at Mississippi State, 12:20 p.m.
No. 8 Boise State at Bowling Green, 7 p.m.
No. 9 Miami at No. 11 Virginia Tech, 3:30 p.m.
No. 12 Southern Cal vs. Washington State,
10:15 p.m.
No. 13 Ohio State vs. Illinois, 3:30 p.m.
No. 14 Cincinnati vs. Fresno State, Noon
.No. 15 TCU'ati�emson, 3:30 p.m. "'
16 Oklahoma State vs. Grirfibling State,
No. 17 Houston vs. Texas -ec h, 9 15t p m
No. 18 Florida State vs. South Florida, Noon
No. 19 BYU vs. Colorado State, 6 p.m.
No. 20 Kansas vs. Southern Miss., Noon
No. 21 Georgia vs. Arizona State, 7 p.m.
No. 22 North Carolina at Georgia Tech, Noon
No. 23 Michigan vs. Indiana, Noon
No. 24 Washington at Stanford, 9 p.m.
No. 25 Nebraska vs. La.-Lafayette, 7 p.m.

NCAA Football Schedule
(Subject to change)
Today
EAST
Rhode Island (1-1) at Connecticut (2-1),
Noon
Dartmouth (0-1) at New Hampshire (2-0),
Noon
Bryant (1-1) at Robert Morris (0-3), Noon
Buffalo (1-2) at Temple (0-2), Noon
Cornell (1-0) at Yale (1-0), Noon
Cent. Connecticut St. (1-1) at Columbia (1-0),
12:30 p.m.
Princeton (0-1) at Lehigh (0-2), 12:30 p.m.
Marist (1-2) at Bucknell (1-2), 1 p.m.
St. Francis, Pa. (1-2) at Wagner (1-2), 1 p.m.
Wake Forest (2-1) at Boston College (2-1), 2
p.m.
Howard (0-2) at Georgetown, D.C. (0-3), 2
p.m.
W. Kentucky (0-3) at Navy (1-2), 3:30 p.m.
Northeastern (0-3) at Villanova (3-0), 3:30
p.m.
Sacred Heart (0-2) at Albany, N.Y. (1-2), 4
p.m.
Fordham (0-2) at Colgate (3-0), 6 p.m.
Penn (0-1) at Lafayette (1-1), 6 p.m.
Stony Brook (1-2) at Massachusetts (2-1), 6
p.m.
Maine (2-1) at Syracuse (1-2), 7 p.m.
Iowa (3-0) at Penn St. (3-0), 8 p.m.
SOUTH
South Florida (3-0) at Florida St. (2-1), Noon
North Carolina (3-0) at Georgia Tech (2-1),
Noon
LSU (3-0) at Mississippi St. (2-1), 12:20 p.m.
Marshall (2-1) at Memphis (1-2), 1 p.m.
Butler (3-0) at Morehead St. (2-1), 1 p.m.
North Greenville (0-4) at Charleston South-
emrn (0-3), 1:30 p.m.
Georgia Southern (2-1) at Elon (2-1), 1:30
p.m.
Arkansas (1-1) at Alabama (3-0), 3:30 p.m.
Samford (2-1) at Appalachian St (0-2), 3:30
p.m.
TCU (2-0) at Clemson (2-1), 3:30 p.m.
UCF (2-1) at East Carolina (1-2), 3:30 p.m.
Rutgers (2-1) at Maryland (1-2), 3:30 p.m.
Pittsburgh (3-0) at N.C. State (2-1), 3:30 p.m.
VMI (1-1) at Richmond (3-0), 3:30 p.m.
Florida A&M (3-0) vs. Tennessee St. (1-2) at
Atlanta, 3:30 p.m.
McNeese St (3-0) atTulane (0-2), 3:30 p.m.
Miami (2-0) at Virginia Tech (2-1), 3:30 p.m.


TIGERS
Continued from Page B1

On the opening kickoff of
the third quarter, Black
made things a little easier on
himself when he returned
the ball to the Eustis 35.
Black went on to take a
fourth-and-long draw play
for 22 yards before scoring
from the 8, putting away any
doubts of a Eustis come-
back.
The Tiger defense came


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==On the AIRWAVES==-

TODAY'S SPORTS
AUTO RACING
10:30 a.m. (ESPN2) NASCAR Nationwide Series - Dover
200 - Qualifying
3:30 p.m. (ESPN2) NASCAR Nationwide Series - Dover
200
12:15 a.m. (ESPN2) NHRA Drag Racing O'Reilly Super
Start Batteries Fall Nation-als - Qualifying(Same-day Tape)
BASEBALL
4 p.m. (13, 51 FOX) Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees
8 p.m. (FSNFL) Tampa Bay Rays at Texas Rangers
BOXING
10 p.m. (HBO) Cristobal Arreola (27-0, 24 KOs) vs. Vitali
Klitschko (37-2, 36 KOs) in a 12-round heavyweight bout
FOOTBALL
Noon (28 ABC) Fresno State at Cincinnati
Noon (38 MNT) LSU at Mississippi State
Noon (44 CW) North Carolina at Georgia Tech
Noon (ESPN) Michigan State at Wisconsin
Noon (ESPN2) Indiana at Michigan
Noon (ESPNU) South Florida at Florida State
Noon (SUN) Southern Mississippi at Kansas
Noon (VERSUS) Cornell at Yale
12:30 p.m. (51 FOX) LSU at Mississippi State
3:30 p.m. (6, 10 CBS) Arkansas at Alabama
3:30 p.m. (9, 20, 28 ABC) Miami at Virginia Tech
3:30 p.m. (ESPN) Illinois at Ohio State
3:30 p.m. (SUN) Texas-El Paso at Texas
3:30 p.m. (VERSUS) Tennessee State at Florida A&M
6 p.m. (ESPN2) Florida at Kentucky
7 p.m. (CRFAM) James Madison at Liberty
7 p.m. (SUN) Ball State at Auburn
7:30 p.m. (VERSUS) Arizona at Oregon State
8 p.m. (9, 20, 28 ABC) Iowa at Penn State
8 p.m. (ESPN) Notre Dame at Purdue
9:15 p.m. (ESPN2) Texas Tech at Houston
11 p.m. (FSNFL) Washington State at USC (Joined in
Progress)
GOLF
8 a.m. (GOLF) European PGA Tour Golf Vivendi Trophy -
Third Round
Noon (GOLF) The Tour Championship - Third Round
2 p.m. (2, 8 NBC) The Tour Championship - Third Round
2 p.m. (GOLF) Champions Tour - SAS Championship -
Second Round
6:30 p.m. (GOLF) LPGA Tour CVS/pharmacy LPGA
Challenge - Third Round (Same-day tape)
S- .w' -_ , _RODEO
11 p.m. (VERSUS) PBR Ontario Invitational (Taped)
1 a.m. (VERSUS) PBR Ontario Invitational (Taped)


Prep CALENDAR

TODAY'S PREP SPORTS
CROSS COUNTRY
8 a.m. Crystal River and Lecanto at Zac Lucas Invitational


Ark.-Pine Bluff (2-1) at Alabama A&M (2-1), 4
p.m.
Louisiana-Monroe (1-2) at Florida Atlantic (0-
2), 4 p.m.
Towson (1-1) at Morgan St. (1-1), 4 p.m.
Jacksonville St. (1-2) at Nicholls St. (1-2), 4
p.m.
Bethune-Cookman (0-2) at Norfolk St. (1-2),
4p.m.
Alabama St. (2-0) at MVSU (0-2) at Chicago,
5 p.m.
Wofford (1-2) at Chattanooga (2-1), 6 p.m.
Delaware St. (0-2) at Hampton (2-1), 6 p.m.
Florida (3-0) at Kentucky (2-0), 6 p.m.
Monmouth, N.J. (1-2) at Old Dominion (3-0),
6p.m.
Winston-Salem (0-3) at S. Carolina St. (2-0),
6 p.m.
Furman (2-1) atW. Carolina (0-3), 6 p.m.
Ball St. (0-3) at Auburn (3.-0), 7 p.m.
E. Illinois (3-0) at Austin Peay (1-2), 7 p.m.
N. Carolina A&T (2-1) at Coastal Carolina (1 -
2),7 p.m.
.N.C. Central (0-3) at Duke (1-2), 7 p.m.
Toledo (1-2) at Fla. International (0-2), 7 p.m.
Arizona St. (2-0) at Georgia (2-1), 7 p.m.
James Madison (1-1) at Liberty (2-1), 7 p.m.
Alcorn St. (0-2) at Southern U. (2-1), 7 p.m.
SE Missouri (1-2) at Tenn.-Martin (1-2), 7
p.m.
Ohio (2-1) at Tennessee (1-2), 7 p.m.
Presbyterian (0-3) at The Citadel (1-1), 7 p.m.
Delaware (2-1) at William & Mary (3-0), 7
p.m.
E. Kentucky (1-1) at Murray St. (1-2), 8 p.m.
MIDWEST
Fresno St. (1-2) at Cincinnati (3-0), Noon
Southern Miss. (3-0) at Kansas (3-0), Noon
Indiana (3-0) at Michigan (3-0), Noon
Minnesota (2-1) at Northwestern (2-1), Noon
Michigan St. (1-2) at Wisconsin (3-0), Noon
Youngstown St. (2-1) at Indiana St. (0-4),
12:05 p.m.
Duquesne (1-2) at Dayton (1-1), 1 p.m.
N. Iowa (2-1) at Missouri St. (2-1), 2 p.m.
Carthage (2-0) at Valparaiso (1-1), 2 p.m.
Tennessee Tech (1-1) at Kansas St. (1-2),
2:10 p.m.
Akron (1-2) at Cent. Michigan (2-1), 3:30 p.m.
Idaho (2-1) at N. Illinois (2-1), 3:30 p.m.
Illinois (1-1) at Ohio St. (2-1), 3:30 p.m.


strong again in the second
half, setting the stage with a
third down sack by Dunnel-
lon defensive end Stephano
Squartino on the Panther's
opening third quarter drive.
In the fourth quarter,
Black picked up his 200th
yard on a 15-yard score.
Eustis blocked Herrera's
extra point attempt, leaving
the score 27-0.
The Panthers had one
more offensive gasp.
On the Panther's final
drive, Eustis quarterback
David Webber connected


SE Louisiana (2-1) at South Dakota (2-1),
5:05 p.m.
Boise St. (3-0) at Bowling Green (1-2), 7 p.m.
Army (2-1) at Iowa St. (2-1), 7 p.m.
Miami (Ohio) (0-3) at Kent St. (1-2), 7 p.m.
Louisiana-Lafayette (2-1) at Nebraska (2-1),
7p.m.
N. Dakota St. (1-2) at S. Illinois (1-1), 7 p.m.
Hofstra (2-1) atW. Michigan (1-2), 7 p.m.
S. Dakota St. (2-0) at Illinois St. (1-2), 8 p.m.
Notre Dame (2-1) at Purdue (1-2), 8 p.m.
SOUTHWEST
UTEP (1-2) at Texas (3-0), 3:30 p.m.
Troy (1-2) at Arkansas St. (1-1), 4:30 p.m.
Northwestern St. (0-3) at Baylor (1-1), 7 p.m.
Glenville St. (2-2) at Cent. Arkansas (1-1), 7
p.m.
Middle Tennessee (2-1) at North Texas (1-2),
7 p.m.
Grambling St. (2-1) at Oklahoma St. (2-1), 7
p.m.
North Dakota (1-1) at Stephen F.Austin (2-1),
7 p.m.
UAB (1-2) at Texas A&M (2-0), 7 p.m.
Texas Southern (1-2) atTexas St. (1-1), 7 p.m.
Sam Houston St. (1-1) at Tulsa (2-1), 7 p.m.
Vanderbilt (1-2) at Rice (0-3), 8 p.m.
Texas Tech (2-1) at Houston (2-0), 9:15 p.m.
FAR WEST
San Diego St. (1-2) at Air Force (2-1), 2 p.m.
UNLV (2-1) at Wyoming (1-2), 3 p.m.
California (3-0) at Oregon (2-1), 3:30 p.m.
Montana St. (1-1) at N. Colorado (1-2), 3:35
p.m.
Weber St. (1-2) at Portland St. (1-2), 4:05 p.m.
Cent. Washington (4-0) at Idaho St. (0-3), 5:35
p.m.
Colorado St. (3-0) at BYU (2-1), 6 p.m.
Montana (3-0) at N. Arizona (1-1), 6:05 p.m.
Arizona (2-1) at Oregon St. (2-1), 7:30 p.m.
Louisville (1-1) at Utah (2-1), 7:30 p.m.
Cal Poly (1-1) at San Jose St. (0-3), 8 p.m.
S. Utah (1-2) at Utah St. (0-2), 8 p.m.
Washington (2-1) at Stanford (2-1), 9 p.m.
W. Oregon (2-1) at UC Davis (0-2), 9 p.m.
E. Washington (2-1) at Sacramento St. (0-2),
9:05 p.m.
New Mexico St. (1-2) at New Mexico (0-3), 10
p.m.
Washington St. (1-2) at Southern Cal (2-1),
10:15 p.m.


with receiver Johnny Potts
for 52 yards on 3 comple-
tions.
The Tigers then sacked
Webber and forced a pair of
incomplete passes, ending
Eustis' scoring chance.
Running back Angelo
Cabrera rushed for 59 yards
on four carries for the
Tigers.
Dunnellon running back
Levone Vereen picked up 28
yards on five carries, while
running back Dillon Dewitt
also had five carries and ran
for 25 yards.


For the record

Flora LOTTERY


CITRUS
Continued from Page BI

Leesburg (3-1) would
score again on the opening
drive of the second half as
Negron capped off a 10-play
drive with a touchdown run
from inside the Hurricanes
one yard line. Following an-
other solid return by Smith,
Citrus would again mishan-
dle the, handoff on first
d own and Leesburg-recov-
ered the fumble.
This time it would take
Leesburg six plays, when
Jalen Dozier punched it in
on an 8-yard run, to give the
Yellow Jackets a 27-0 lead
with 3:14 left in the third
quarter. Leesburg would
score again in the fourth
quarter on a 50-yard run by
Luther McDowell, giving
them a 34-0 lead with 7:10
left in the game.
The Hurricanes only
score would come in the
game's final seconds when
White found A.J. Woythaler


LEOPARDS
Continued from Page B1

by breaking off a 53-yard scor-
ing burst on a double rever-se
to put Hernando up 22-6.
"It's one of those deals
where you just keep plug-
ging and plugging and the
kids believe in you and be-
lieve in themselves," Her-
nando coach John Palmer
said. "We did a good job of
playing with emotion ton ight
and I'm just so proud of
them."
That would be the same
score in the fourth quarter
where the Pirates defense
began to show some resolve
and held the Leopards to a
fourth-and-11 at the Crystal



EAGLES
Contifhed from Page BI

34-yard kickoff return put
Lecanto iM 'advantageous
field position. Holstein also
threw 3-foi10 for 11 yards,
while bacip quarterback
Josh Down'y was 2-for-4 for
15 yards la! in the game.
But it was an offensive
scheme coming together at
the right moment for
Springstead (2-2, 1-0),
paired with missed defen-
sive as itnments .by
Lecanto, titispelled 'the
o u t o m e .
Huff capped 'ff the Eagles'
first possessh' with a one-
yard run, a' Alay after get-
ting to the one-yard line on
a fourth down carry His 13-
yard score was the culmrina-


Lecanto swim team.
paddles past
Zephyrhills
Both Lecanto High School
boys and girls swim teams
handily beat Zephyrhilis on
Tuesday.
The boys won with a score of
119 to 68 while the girls won
115 to 71.
In the boys meet, the Tam-
posi brothers led their team
with two first-place wins a
piece. Joe Tamposi finished first
in the 200-yard freestyle and
100-yard back stroke. His
younger brother Jake won in
the 500-yard freestyle and 100-
yard breaststroke.
The two brothers along with
Sam Heinze and Luke Holliday
won the 200-yard medley relay.
The Tamposi brothers, Heinze
and Matt Bouthillier also won
the 400-yard free relay.
Heinze and Bouthillier earn
individual accolades. Heinze
earned a first-place finish in the
200-yard individual medley.
Matt Bouthillier finished first in
the 50- and 100-yard freestyles.
Bouthillier and Holliday
paired with Paul Kahn and
Patrick Simon won the 200-
yard free event.
The final individual winner
was James Moulton in the 100-
yard butterfly.
In the girls' events, Calli
Brockett won the 50- and 100-
yard freestyles. In the 100-yard
backstroke, Chelsey Toomey
placed first. Kimberly Swartz
finished first in the 200-yard
free. � ,
The three girls plus Anna
Heinzmann -wt~ie first place
winner in diving .- won the 200-
yard medley r:ay In the 400-
yard freestyle eay, Brockett,
Heinzmann, Toomey and
Jackie Summrs, won the 400-


Sports BRIEFS
yard freestyle relay.
Hannah Amundson also won
the 100-yard breaststroke.
Both Lecanto High School
boys and girls team remain un-
defeated this season. The next
meet is Thursday against Citrus
at Skyview.
Hurricanes boys, girls
sweep Central in pool
The Citrus boys and girls
swim teams each notched vic-
tories Thursday over Central.
The Hurricanes males won
126-42 while their female coun-
terparts downed the Bears,
101-68.
In the boys events, Citrus
took first in everything. Individu-
ally, Lloyd Brown won in the
100-meter breaststroke and
200-meter freestyle.
Timmy Phillips took top hon-
ors in the 50 and 500-meter
freestyle races for the Hurri-
canes while Ben Rashley won
the 100-meter freestyle and
backstroke events.
Joel Kiddy and Charlie
Poliseno won the 200-meter in-
dividual medley and 100-meter
butterfly, respectively.
Citrus also won the 200-
meter medley relay (Brown,
Rashley, Matt Pullen, Donny
Lynn), the 200-meter freestyle
relay (Pullen, Brown, Lynn,
Phillips), and the 400-meter
freestyle relay (Phillips,
Poliseno, Rashley, Kiddy).
On the girls' side, the Hurri-
canes eight first-place honors
home. Erin Cregan won the
100-meter backstroke and 500-
meter freestyle, Caleigh Boy-
ington took the 50-meter
freestyle and 100-meter breast-
stroke and Haylea Ward
,claimed the 100-meter
freestyle.
The Hurricane females won
three relay races as well: the


CATHY KAPULKAChi'inicle
J.J. White stretches for extra yards against Leesburg.


in the end zone.
,"We're small but we're
quick," Leesburg head
coach Charles Nassar said.
"Our quarterback really
knows the offense. He's
been a part of it for three
years and he knows how to
find the holes. This is a
tough district. There are
going to be a lot of battles
before this is all said and
done."
As .Roland exited the


Xiver 30.
Hernando, though, dialed
up the fake punt to Delaine,
who broke off 23 yards to set
u p a back-breaking first and
:gbal. One play later, Chad
Woods punched it in from
seven yards out to put the
Leopards up 29-6.
Crystal River responded
with a four-minute touch-
down drive, culminating on
Newcomer's 1-yard plunge
on a quarterback sneak with
'5:46 left to pull within 29-14
after Newcomer hooked up
with Chris Pilon on a two-
point conversion.
Delaine put the game
away two plays later, this
time on a 51-yard touchdown
in which he broke at least six
tackles on his way to the end
zone.


tion on an impressive 80-
yard drive to start the sec-
ond quarter, with Beeker
and Huff trading turns with
the ball. Beeker's 14-yard
dash around missed tack-
les, followed by bursts
through the middle by Huff
set the tone for things to
come.
Lecanto twice tried and
failed on fourth-down con-
versions, once from mid-
field and trailing 14-7, and
later, while down 21-7 mid-
way through the second
quarter, from the Spring-
stead nine yardline. From
there, a pair of punts and
two turnovers-on-downs
were all the Panthers could
muster offensively in the
second half.
Eagles coach Bill Vonada
was glad to give a sigh of re-
lief regarding Lecanto's


field he echoed those senti-
ments.
"I just told the kids that
this one's over and we need
to show up for practice on
Monday and start getting
ready for Crystal River."
After Crystal River's 35-
14 loss to Hernando on Fri-
day night both county teams
will be hungering for a vic-
tory. And that only figures to
add more fuel to an already.
intense rivalry.


Crystal River now has lit-
tle time to regroup. The Pi-
rates are now 2-1 overall and
1-1 in district and host
county rival Citrus on Friday
night
Arscott thought the Pirates
would ultimately still be in
the district race but doubted
Crystal River could afford
another loss there.
"It's going to be very hard
for any team to get through
undefeated in this eight-
team district," Arscott said.
"If we can get through with-
out another loss, we should
be alright."
Jon-Michael Soracchi is a
sports reporter for the
Chronicle. He can be
reached at 563-3261 or
e-mailed atjmsoracchi
@chronicleonline.com


cooling off. "It scared the
heck out of us," said Vonada
of the Panthers' opening
drive for a touchdown.
"They've got a young team
out there too, and they're
going to be frightening."
But the most important
point of the evening - a win
to open district play for the
season. '"Absolutely." said
Vonada, "From a momen-
tum standpoint, I think it's
(the win) critical, especially
for a young team."
Beeker finished with 73
yards rushing on 11 carries,
while throwing 3-for-6, for
42 yards and a touchdown,
all work through the air
coming in the first half.
For Lecanto, Andrew
Williams gained 63 yards on
12 rushes and Timmy Mob-
ley ran eight times for 35
yards.


200-meter medley (Cregan,
Boyington, Natalia Aguilera,
Ward), the 200-meter freestyle
(Brittany Debusk, Boyington,
Jaymee Taylor, Ward) and the
400-meter freestyle (Aspen
Wright, Ward, Debusk, Cregan.)
Citrus swims this Tuesday at
Bicentennial Park against Crys-
tal River.
Citrus Hoops
registration today
Registration and evaluations
for Citrus Hoops Basketball
League will be from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. Saturday at Crystal River
Middle School.
The league is available to
boys and girls from age 6
through eighth-grade. Games
will be played Saturdays, begin-
ning Oct. 24. Bring your own
team or be placed on a team
according to your child's ability.
Cost of the league is $55.
Multiple sibling discounts will be
available. Coaches and spon-
sors are needed.
Call Kurt at 422-4884 with
any questions.
CRHS football stadium
to be renamed 'Earl
Bramlett Stadium'
Come join the celebration as
Crystal River High School re-
names Pirate Stadium in honor
of the longtime head football
coach and athletic director.
Earl Bramlett Stadium will be
dedicated at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 2
before the Crystal River Pirates
take on the Citrus Hurricanes in
their annual rival game. The
longtime coach is finally going
down in the history bboks and
school officials invite all in the
community to attend.
For more information or to
volunteer, contact Megan
Bramlett at MeganBramlett@
live.com. ,,


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HISTORY=
Today is Saturday, Sept. '
26, the 269th day of 2009.
There are 96 days left in the
year.
Today's Highlight in His-
tory:
On Sept. 26, 1789, during
the administration of Presi-
dent George Washington,
Thomas Jefferson was con-
firmed by the Senate to be
the first U.S. secretary of
state; John Jay, the first chief
justice ofhi United States;
Edmund'Randolph, the first
U.S. attorney general; and
Samuel Osgood, the first
U.S. postmaster general.
On this date:
In 1955, following word
that President Dwight D.
Eisenhower had suffered a
heart attack, the New York
Stock Exchange saw its ,
worst price decline since
1929.
In 1960, the first debate
between presidential candi-
dates took place as John F.
Kennedy and Richard M.
Nixon faced off in Chicago
before a national TV audi-
ence.
In 1969, the "The Brady.
Bunch" premiered on ABC.
In 1986, William H. Rehn-
quist was sworn in as the
16th chief justice of the
United States, while Antonin
Scalia joined the Supreme
Court as its 103rd member.
Ten years ago: Police re-
sponding to a 911 call from
an apartment in Rogers, Ark.,
found a dying 13-year-old
boy, Jesse Dirkhising, who'd
been bound to a bed and re-
peatedly raped. (Two men,
Davis Don Carpenter and
Joshua Macabe Brown, were
later sentenced to life in
prison without parole.)
Five years ago: Hurricane
Jeanne struck near Stuart,
Fla., with 120 mph winds, re-
sulting in five U.S. deaths.
One year ago: Hollywood
screen legend and philan-
thropist Paul Newman died in
Westport, Conn., at age 83.
Today's Birthdays: Fit-
ness expert Jack LaLanne is
95. Country singer David
Frizzell is 68. Actor Kent Mc-
Cord is 67. Singer Olivia
Newton-John is 61. Actress
Linda Hamilton is 53. Actor
Jim Caviezel is 41. Singer
Shawn Stockman (Boyz II
Men) is 37. Singer-actress
Christina Milian is 28. Tennis
player Serena Williams is 28.


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it is what you think; whatever
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what you want; whatever you
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The day after my
niece's wedding, my
sister and I went to
the California desert town
of Temecula.
When I was growing up,
Temecula was nothing but
sand and tumbleweeds.
Today, it looks like most
every modern suburban
sprawl, with a CVS and
Burger King on nearly
every corner.
My sister and I went to
the restored old town of
Temecula, with its cute
boutiques, restaurants
and antique stores.
As we walked down the
sidewalk and a hot wind
whipped sand on our legs
and in our hair, I moved
into an open parking lot
where I could stand unob-
structed by people and
buildings and spend time
in the experience.
About 90 degrees out
and not at all humid like it
is in Florida, I stood there
in the wind, the strong,
steady, hot, dry wind -
loving it. My hair was a
mess, but I loved the feel
of the wind. The sun so
hot The air so dry.
The wind so powerfully
strong.
I hadn't felt that distinc-
tively California hot, dry
desert wind in decades.
It felt like home. It also
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NANCY KENNEDY
Chronicle
or the faithful few of Angli-
can Fellowship of the Holy
Spirit in Hernando, their
new vicar, the Rev. David Sokol, is a
breath of fresh air.
"We were thinking about dis-
banding and going somewhere
else," said Pam Pursell, the
church's treasurer. "Then (Sokol)
came as a gift to us."
Sokol works as chaplain coordi-
nator for Hospice of Citrus County,
He had been visiting a dying mem-
ber of the church and that made an
impression on the other members,
They asked Sokol if he would
come and help them, too. Their
church had been deeply wounded
through the years.
Originally, the church had split
from a larger Episcopal congrega-
tion in 2004, led by the church's own
pastor, to form a conservative and
orthodox Anglican congregation.
From the start, the church strug-
gled and the pastor eventually left.
The remaining members fought


to stay together. They were down to
nine members when Sokol agreed
to be their temporary priest. Ear-
lier this year he was appointed by
the bishop as their permanent
priest.
"These were wonderful, but
wounded people," Sokol said.
Sokol, who grew up in
Pinellas County, told his
mother when he was 9 that
he wanted to be a priest.
The family was Roman
Catholic at the time and his
mother told him, "Over my
dead body - I want grand-
children!"
Anglican and Episcopal Th
priests, however, can marry Do
and have children. Sc
Sokol married Patricia, a also wc
girl from the neighborhood, Hos
and worked as the director
of Christ Home for Children in
Warminster, Pa., and was also the
headmaster of Hale Academy, a
prep school in Ocala. He was also
vice president and treasurer for
Presbyterian and Roman Catholic
colleges in the South and the Mid-
west, as well as faculty to St. Augus-
tine's (Anglican) Institute and
graduate programs of Webster Uni-
versity, in St. Louis, Mo. ti, 1
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daughter, Katherine, the reigning
Miss Ocala and one of 20 ballet stu-
dents nationwide accepted into the
Conservatory of Music, University
of Cincinnati, for the first two years
of her college career, She is now a
senior at Florida State University
and a senior member of the Talla-
hassee Ballet,
After attending seminary
classes part time, Sokol was
ordained as a deacon in
1996 and ordained as a
priest in 1997,
He returned to Florida to
serve a church in Ocala for
five years, then as dean of
go the Anglican Cathedral in
Ild Orlando for three years,
    rks with Florida before coming to
    p)ce. Citrus County,
    During this time, Sokol
    hosted "Faith on the Edge" radio
    program on 97.3 FM and 660 AM.
    He's also recently produced a six-
    CD program, "Not the Same God:
    Christianity and Islam.
    In the months Sokol has been
    priest at Anglican Fellowship, the
    church has seen promising growth,
    including pre-teens and younger
    children.
    In August, they added a Wednes-
    day night prayer and praise service


    with modern music. Sunday serv-
    ices are traditional Rite I high
    church.
    "We're staying with our 2,000-
    year-old liturgy," Sokol said.
    The church meets in a storefront
    in a strip plaza on County Road 486,
    but Sokol said they're looking for
    land to build a permanent church,
    something they never had.
    "This group of people, they're as-
    tounding - to go from nine mem-
    bers to 24 in six months," Sokol
    said,
    Purcell credits the grace of God
    for keeping this group together and
    Sokol for helping them grow, both
    in numbers and in faith,
    "He has a powerful, strong pres-
    ence, yet he's very humble and
    unassuming," she said. "He's a ter-
    rific teacher and it's a delight to be
    in his company."
    Anglican Fellowship of the Holy
    Spirit is part of the Anglican
    Province of America in the Orlando
    area. Sunday service begins at 9:30
    a.m. for adult education, and com-
    munion service at 10:15 a.m. The
    church is at 1023 E. Norvell Bryant
    Highway, Hernando. Phone: 637-
    5922.
    Contact Chronicle reporter
    Nancy Kennedy at 564-2927 or
    nkennedy@chronicleonline.com


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    Sale Away
    * Commercial vendors and private
    individuals are invited to sell goods
    during a garage sale/flea market
    from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at Our
    Lady of Grace Church in Beverly Hills.
    Outdoor spaces available for $15. In-
    door spaces, which include a table
    and air conditioning, are $25 each. For
    more information or to reserve a
    space, call Rose Mary Jeselson at
    527-6459. The church is at 6 Roo-
    sevelt Blvd., Beverly Hills.
    * Church of the Advent trash to
    treasure sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
    Saturday, Oct. 10. (Rain date Oct. 18.)
    The church is looking for vendors of all
    types, crafters, flea market and food,
    and antique automobiles. Spaces rent
    for $15 with shaded spots assigned as
    reservations are made. Set-up begins
    at 6 a.m. Two-hour concert by Norman
    Lee from The Pray on Ministry Inc.,
    begins at 11 a.m. with love offering
    collected. Church is 1.3 miles west of
    State Road 200, Dunnellon. Call Al
    Sickle at (352) 208-5664 for reserva-
    tions and information.
    * The Holidaze Crafters of Her-
    nando United Methodist Church have
    opened the church to crafters from all
    over the county. Twenty-three ex-
    hibitors, rain or shine, from 9 a.m. to 2
    p.m. Nov. 13 and 14, will provide a va-
    riety of handmade articles. The United


    Methodist Women will host their semi-
    annual bake sale, and Pat Rickels will
    provide a continental breakfast and
    lunch. Come in, relax and get a good
    part of your Christmas shopping done
    with products made in the USA right
    here in Citrus County. There are
    places on the outside under the over-
    hang available. If interested, call Robin
    Baker at (352) 897-4425. The church
    is at 2125 E. Norvell Bryant Highway
    (County Road 486), Hemando.
    * College Road Baptist Church,
    5010 S.W. College Road (State Road
    200), Ocala, will host its first annual
    Arts and Crafts Festival from 9 a.m.
    to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31, featuring
    more than 35 vendors of crafts, gifts
    and home decor items, a bake sale,
    food court and hourly door prizes. Call
    237-5741 or 854-4918.
    Fall Fun
    * First United Methodist Church of
    Inverness will host its "Annual Pump-
    kin Patch" Oct. 5-31 on the church
    grounds at 3896 S. Pleasant Grove
    Rd, Inverness. Pumpkins available for
    sale at various prices based on size.
    Free hayrides, story time, children's
    games, and mini pumpkins to any day-
    cares that would like to spend a cou-
    ple of hours at the pumpkin patch. A
    photo area-will also be available if par-
    ents and teachers would like to bring a
    camera. Call the church at 726-2522.


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    =Religion NOTES
    * The public is invited to the Inter-
    faith Council of Citrus County's annual
    Fall Forum at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct.
    18, at Unity Church (746-1270) at
    2628 West Woodview Lane, in the
    Beverly Hills area, on the opposite
    side of Lecanto Highway. from the
    Black Diamond Community. West
    Woodview Lane is east off Lecanto
    Highway (County Road 491). A Bud-
    dhist, a Catholic and a Protestant from
    the Interfaith Council will explain their
    religion from the point of view that "Re-
    ligion is both the personal practices re-
    lated to a communal faith and the
    group rituals and communications
    stemming from that shared faith."
    Each presenter will speak for 20 min-
    utes and then there will be a 20-
    minute question-and-answer session
    at the end of the three presentations.
    This program is free of charge. Call
    Mike Gudis (president) at 795-2044 or
    Kathy Robey (secretary/treasurer) at
    563-2708.
    * "Pumpkin Festival" for all chil-
    dren and for the young at heart from 3
    to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 24, at Her-
    nando United Methodist Church, 2125
    E. Norvell Bryant Highway. Free hot
    dogs and drink, games, prizes, cake-
    walk, pumpkin decorating, trunk-and-
    treat, and more. Come in costume, get
    in the parade and have a wonderful,
    happy, safe time. Bring your parents,
    too. They can dress up and be a kid
    again. This is our turn to give back to


    the community that has supported all
    of our efforts in the past. Call 726-
    7245.
    Calling All Kids
    * Kids ages 5 through 13 are in-
    vited to a weekly Kids' Time Story
    Hour beginning Saturday, Oct. 3, at
    Advent Hope Seventh-day Adventist
    Church in Crystal River, 428 N.E.
    Third Ave. From 2 to 3:30 p.m. weekly,
    kids will listen to Bible stories, nature
    stories, participate in music, crafts and
    cooking classes. Call (352) 794-0071.
    * Grace Bible Church in Ho-
    mosassa invites all children in pre-
    school through sixth grade to its first
    AWANA Club night from 6:10 to 8:15
    p.m. Tuesday, September through
    April. AWANA is an acronym -"Ap-
    proved Workmen Are Not Ashamed"
    from 2 Timothy 2:15 in the Bible.
    AWANA is one of the largest nonde-
    nominational children's and youth min-
    istries in the world. Grace Bible
    Church has been reaching out to the
    community through AWANA Clubs for
    more than 14 years. The church is at
    6382 W. Green Acres St., Ho-
    mosassa. Call the office at 628-5631.
    * Heritage Baptist Church's youth
    program, "Kids for Christ" (KFC),
    meets from 6:40 to 8 p.m. Wednes-
    days through May 12 at the church fel-
    lowship hall, 2 Civic Circle, Beverly
    Hills Boulevard, Beverly Hills. Children


    Places of worship that


    offer love, peace and


    harmony to all.


    Come on over to "His" house, your spirits will be lifted!!! i;

    SERVICING THE COMMUNITIES OF CRYSTAL RIVER AND HOMOSASSA I F


    FIRST BAPTIST
    CHURCH
    CRYSTAL RIVER
    700 N.Ciirus A'enue
    352-795-3367
    Dr Tim LanmzN
    Senior Paiwtor
    Sunday. A M Services
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    5:30 Youth Fellowship &
    Worship Service
    6:00 Bible Study & Prayer



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    Lutheran Church
    ELCA
    1070 N. Suncoast Blvd.,
    Crystal River
    795-5325
    Saturday Informal Worship
    5:00pm
    Monthly Bluegrass Service
    5:00pm
    Sunday Worship
    7:30am, 8:30am & 11:00am
    Sunday School
    All Ages & Adults 10:00am
    Nursery Provided
    Youth Activities
    Rev. David S. Bradford, Pastor






















    Sunday Worship
    10:0 am
    Nurseri Provided
    Sunday School
    For all ages at 9:00am

    S" .First
    1 Presbyterian
    ' 1501 SW Hlwy. 19

    352-795-2259
    wwwfpcofcrystalriver.com


    S Crystal ST. THOMAS
    r over CATHOLIC
    Foursquare CHURCH
    Gospel Church Serer,. .:. u,..ur
    1160 N. Dunkenfield Ave. MASSES:
    795-6720
    A..... Saturday 4:30 P.M.


    A FULL GOSPEL
    FELLOWSHIP
    Sunday 10:30 A.M.
    Wednesday "Christian Ed"
    7:00 P.M.
    Prayer Sat. 4-6pm
    Pastor Brona Larder



    � ST. ANNE'S
    CHURCH
    A Parish in the
    Anglican Communion
    Rector: Fr. Kevin G. Holsapple
    Celebrating 50 Years of
    Serving God and the Community
    Sunday Masses: 8:00 a.m.
    10:15 a.m.
    Morning Prayer & Daily Masses
    4th Sunday 6:00p.m.
    Gospel Sing Along

    9870 West Fort Island Trail
    Crystal River I mile west of Plantation Inn
    352-795-2176
    wwwstannescr.org


    First United
    Methodist
    1 Church
    A Stephen Ministry Church
    8831 W. Bradshaw St.

    Homosassa
    West of US 19
    (take Yulee Dr. at Burger King)

    Rev. Mark Whittaker

    628-4083
    www. 1 umc,org
    Traditional Worship:
    8:00 A.M., 9:30 A.M. & 11:00 A.M.
    Nursery at All Sunday Services

    Sunday School for
    All Ages: 9:30 A.M.

    Youth Ministries
    (ages 11-18)
    775731


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    CHRIST
    A Friendly Church
    With A Bible Message.
    Comer of U.S. 19 & 44 East
    Sunday Services
    10:00 A.M-, 11:00 A.M.* 6:00 P.M.
    Wednesday
    7:00 Pm,
    Come Worship With Us!
    Bible Questions Please Call
    Ev. Charlie Graham Sr.
    795-8883 * 746-1239












    Pastors Dave & Susie Sininger


    Sunday
    10:30am & 6:30pm
    Wednesday
    7pm
    Come worship with us
    and see why we are
    becoming the
    People's Church
    of our community.

    795-LIFE
    (5433)
    www.abundantlifecitrus.org



    451 N .Sallah'seeRoa


    - St. Benedict
    Catholic Church
    U.S. 19 at Ozello Rd.
    -- MASSES -
    Vigil: 5:00pm
    Sun.: 8:30 & 10:30am
    DAILY MASSES
    Mon. - Fri.: 8:00am
    HOLY DAYS
    As Announced
    CONFESSION
    Sat.: 3:30 - 4:30pm
    . 795-4479



    A iFirst Baptist
    Church of
    Homosassa
    "Come Worship with Us"
    10540 W. Yulee Drive * Homosassa
    628-3858
    Rev. J. Alan Ritter
    Sunday
    9 00 am Sunday Scnool l i of, .:~
    10 30 am Worship Celebration
    Choir I Special Music I Kidz Worship'
    Sunday Night
    6 pm Worship Celebration
    Wednesday Night
    7 pm Worship Celebration
    Children's Awaras Group Er
    'oul A'ith iiies



    West,

    Citrus
    Church of Christ
    9592 W. Deep Woods
    Crystal River, FL 34465
    352-564-8565
    www.westcitruscoc.com
    W. Deep Wdods Dr.






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    SERVICES
    Sunday AM
    Bible Study 9:30
    Worship 10:30
    Sunday PM
    Worship 6:00
    Wednesday
    PM
    Bible Study 7:00
    EVANGELISTS
    Melvin Curry
    David Curry


    SCrystal niver
    Church of God
    Church Phone
    795-3079
    Sunday Morning
    Adult & Children's Worship
    8:30 & 11:00 AM
    Sunday School 9:45 AM
    Evening Service 6:00 PM
    Wednesday
    Life Application Service
    Jam Session Youth Ministries & Teen
    Kid (ages 4-11) 7:00 PM
    2180 N.W. Old Tallahassee Rd.
    (12th Ave.) Nursery
    Provided



    Ancient Worship... Timeless Faith
    1928 Book of Common Prayer -
    Traditional Episcopal Worship

    moAnglican Church
    Vof the Holy Spirit
    1023 E. Norvell Bryant Hwy.
    Hernando, FL 34442
    352-637-5922
    or 352-621-3323 |
    Fr David Sokol - Priest
    Adult Bible Study - 9:30
    Holy Communion - 10:15


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    CHURCH
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    Rev & Mrs. Bertine
    "Exciting &
    Contagious Worship"
    Sunday 8:00, 9:30
    and 11:00 am
    * Adult Worship
    * Kid's Worship -
    (Worship just for Kids)
    5:30 pm Evening
    Activities:


    * Adult Bible Studies
    * Teen Program
    (Grades 6-12)
    * Kids Connection
    (3 yr. old - 5th Grade)

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    ages 3 and 4 and grades K-2 and 3
    and 6 are invited. For activities infor-
    mation and to register, call Alfred at
    746-6171.
    * EBADOC Academy (Everyone
    Becoming A Disciple Of Christ) meets
    at 9:30 a.m. Sunday at First United
    Methodist Church of Homosassa,
    8831 W Bradshaw Blvd, Homosassa.
    Each lesson includes weekly puppet
    skits, theme games, illustrated ser-
    mons, video segments, and review
    questions. All children, pre-K through
    grade 8, are invited to join these fun-
    filled, biblically based life lessons.
    * Kids ages 3 through 12 are in-
    vited to attend Children's Church
    from 10:30 to 11:45 a.m. Sunday at
    Inverness First Church of God, 5510
    E. Jasmine Lane. Enjoy singing, sto-
    ries, snacks, crafts and more. Call Ms.
    Jean at 726-8986.
    * First Baptist Church of Inverness
    AWANA, for ages 2 years old through
    fifth grade, from 5:15 to 7 p.m. Sun-
    days. Classes for Puggles (whose par-
    ents must remain on the premises),
    Cubbies, Sparks, and Truth & Train-
    ing. Games, devotions, Scripture
    memorization, theme nights, Grand
    Prix racing and more. Call the church
    office at 726-1252.
    * Inverness Church of God
    classes at 7 p.m. Wednesday: Teens
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    4801 N. Citrus Ave.
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    795-3148
    www.crumc.com
    Rev. David Gill, Pastor
    Sunday Worship
    8:00 Early Communion
    9:30 Praise & Worship
    11:00 Traditional
    Bible Study
    At 9:30 and 11:00 For All Ages.
    Nursery available at all services.
    Youth Fellowship Sunday,4:30
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    are invited to "Frontline" with Youth
    Pastor Kyle Holtzhower. Missionettes
    and Royal Rangers Clubs for children
    from the age of 3. Church is at 416
    U.S. 41 South, Inverness. Call 726-
    4524.
    * Congregation Beth Israel of
    Ocala, the new Jewish congregation in
    Marion County, is in the process of
    starting a Jewish religious school for
    grades K-12 for all children in Marion
    and adjacent areas. Courses in He-
    brew, Jewish rituals and holidays, Is-
    rael, and history are being considered.
    Membership in the liberal, contempo-
    rary, inclusive congregation is not re-
    quired, at this point, for registering.
    Time and place for classes to be de-
    termined upon the needs of the stu-
    dents. Call Judi at (352) 237-8277.
    * Little Friends Learning Center,
    a ministry of Inverness Church of God,
    is accepting new student applications
    for infants, toddlers, K-3, K-4. The
    center staff provides breakfast, lunch
    and snacks; assists in potty training,
    uses A-Beka curriculum, and has elec-
    tronic security, qualified teachers and
    a large playground. Little Friends
    Leading Center is at 416 U.S. 41
    South, Inverness. Call 344-5487.
    Music & More
    * Belinda Womack, award-winning


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    jazz and Gospel singer, will bring her
    Kairos Gospel Ministry praise team
    to Crystal River United Methodist
    Church this Sunday to lead the 9:30
    a.m. worship service. The praise team
    comes from several different churches
    in the Tampa Bay area. Womack has
    shared her music and message before
    diverse audiences such as Women of
    Faith Conference of Georgia, the Stu-
    dent Ministry of Notre Dame, The Billy
    Graham Crusade of Tampa, and secu-
    lar jazz audiences. Womack is Artist-
    in-Residence at St. Andrews
    Presbyterian Church of Dunedin. She
    was voted Best Female Vocalist in
    Florida and Woman of the Year by the
    Girl Scouts. Because of set-up times
    for the visiting group, the 8 a.m. wor-
    ship service will be in the Bethel
    Chapel on the church grounds. Crystal
    River United Methodist Church is at
    4801 N. Citrus Ave.
    * Concerts with a Cause: 2009-
    2010 benefit concerts are scheduled
    as follows: Sunday, Oct. 4, at 3 p.m.
    - "Hark How the Songsters," per-
    formed by Echoing Air, to benefit Op-
    eration Christmas Child. Sunday, Nov.
    15 at 3 p.m.- The Soprano and The
    Piano: A Sampler, performed by so-
    prano Birgit Djupedal Fioravante and
    pianist Heather Coltman, to benefit
    Habitat for Humanity. Sunday, Jan. 3,
    at 7 p.m. - Davidson College Sym-
    phony Orchestra and Jazz Band to
    benefit Interfaith Emergency Services.
    Sunday, May 2, at 3 p.m. - From


    Death to Resurrection: Selections
    from the Lent and Easter parts of Han-
    del's "Messiah," performed by the Mar-
    ion Civic Chorale, FUMC's Chancel
    Choir and a chamber orchestra with
    Dr. Wayne Earnest, conductor, to ben-
    efit FUMC Pre-School. Concerts are
    free of charge and will take place at
    First United Methodist Church, 1126
    East Silver Springs, Ocala. Call (352)
    622-3244, Ext. 350. Freewill offerings
    received during intermissions.
    * Mast Brothers gospel sing at 6
    p.m. Sunday, Oct. 4, at Inverness
    Church of God, 416 U.S. 41 South, In-
    verness. Pastor Larry Powers invites
    the community to attend. Call 726-
    4524.
    * Christian rock concert featuring
    the Larry Stephen Band at 7 p.m. Sun-
    day, Oct. 4, at St. Timothy Lutheran
    Church, 1070 N. Suncoast Blvd. No
    ticket charge. Free-will offering re-
    ceived.
    * Internationally acclaimed harpist
    Jan Jennings will present a concert
    of harp music at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct.
    11, in the sanctuary of First Lutheran
    Church of Inverness, 1900 W. State
    Road 44. Jennings is considered one
    of the top harpists in the country and
    has an extensive repertoire of classi-
    cal, modern, pop and jazz music. She
    Will use her Lyon & Healy concert harp
    and will play some of the most sooth-
    ing music you have ever heard. The
    concert is free and open to the public.
    For information or directions, call the


    church at 726-1637.
    * The Dunnellon Presbyterian
    Concert Series begins its new sea-
    son at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct.11, with a
    return performance by Dr. Boaz
    Sharon, internationally recognized
    classical pianist. Dr. Sharon's program
    will include Mussorgsky's "Pictures at
    an Exhibition," among other works. Dr.
    Sharon is professor of music and
    chairman of the Piano Department at
    Boston University and Tanglewood In-
    stitute, Boston, as well as faculty
    member at the Shenyang and
    Guangzhou Conservatories in China.
    The church is at 20641 Chestnut St.,
    at the corner of Ohio Street. Free-will
    offering received, with proceeds going
    to the performer. Call the church office
    at (352) 489-2862 for information.
    * River Jordan, a southern gospel
    quartet, will host a homecoming at 3
    p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17, at the First
    Christian Church in Inverness. Every-
    one welcome. Food, drinks, games
    and contests start at 3 p.m. on the
    grounds of the church at 2018 Colon-
    ade St., Inverness. Talent contest
    starts at 4 p.m. - "Nature Coast Has
    Talent!" Applications may be obtained
    from the church or by calling Ralph
    Dixon at River Jordan (352) 228-3652.
    Cash prizes awarded to first, second
    and third place winners. Contest is lim-
    ited to either singing or playing instru-
    mental gospel music and is limited to
    one song. Entry fee is $25. A southern
    gospel concert featuring River Jordan


    and the Mast Brothers will follow at 6
    p.m. at the church.
    * The Sugarmill Chorale re-
    hearses from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
    days at First Baptist Church in Crystal
    River. New and returning members
    are invited to sing with Chorale in the
    Christmas concert set for Dec. 13. The
    chorus is open to any resident of Cit-
    rus County. Call Ginny at 746-6829.
    * Drum circle an hour and a half
    before sunset the second Sunday
    monthly at Fort Island Trail Beach
    Park, Crystal River, at the far end of
    the beach. Bring drums and percus-
    sion instruments (can be a 5-gallon
    paint bucket or can filled with beans).
    We share drums and shakers. Chair
    necessary. Beverages optional. Call
    Charlotte at 344-8009 or Linda at 746-
    0655.
    Special Events
    . St. Scholastica Council of
    Catholic Women meet at 11 a.m.
    Monday, Oct. 19, in the Bethlehem
    Room. Ladies will gather in church at
    10:30 a.m. to recite the rosary before
    the meeting. All women of the parish
    are invited to join the Council. Day of
    Recollection for members, spouses
    and parishioners celebrated at 12:30
    p.m. Oct. 24. Father Thomas Morgan,
    a former pastor is the guest speaker.
    Rosary recited at 3:30 p.m. before cor-
    porate mass and communion at 4 p.m.,
    See NOTES/Page C4


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    COMMUNITY CHURCH
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    PASTOR BRIAN AND
    KATHY BAGGS
    Worship Service &
    Children's Church 10:00 AM
    Meeting at Knights of Columbus Bldg.
    County Rd. 486, Lecanto
    (352) 527-4253





    Grace Bible
    Church


    Sunday
    9:30 AM..................D iscovery Time
    11:00AM.................Praise & Worship
    6:00 PM...................Evening Service
    Monday
    6:15 PM ...................Teens
    Tuesday
    6:15 PM.......Awana (Sept. - Apr.)
    Wednesday
    7:00 PM...................Bible Study &
    Prayer Meeting
    Pastor:
    Rev. Ray Herriman
    (352) 628-5631
    Men & Ladies Bible Studies, TOPS,
    Infant & Toddler Nursery
    I1 mi.eastof US.19
    6382 W. Green Acres St.
    P.O.Box 1067
    Homosassa, FL. 34447-1067
    www.gracebiblehomosassa.org
    email: gbc@tampabay.rr.com
    775724


    LECANTO
    CHURCH OF CHRIST
    State Road 44 & Rowe Terrace
    352-746-4919
    Sunday BibleStud)--10 JI.
    Suinda} W e dip I1.. . : l.
    Sunday Eving . 6-00PAM.
    Wedntday Bible Snd.- 700 PM.
    "In Search or the Lord', \%a"
    8:30 A .M. Sunday
    Channel 22 (TWC 21
    8:30 P.M. Friday
    Channel 15 (ADEL.)
    Check our website for info,
    events, Bible study:
    lecantochurchofchrist.org
    Foy Cherry Minister


    Come, Fellowship &
    Grow With Us In Jesus
    5863 W. Cardinal St.
    Homosassa Springs, FL 34446
    Telephone: (352) 628-7950
    Pastor Dale Wolfe
    Tuesday
    Mid-Week Meeting 7:00 pm
    Sabbath-Saturday Services
    Sabbath School 9:30 am
    Worship 10:45 am
    www.homosassaadventist.com


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    Masses:
    Saturday Vigil
    4:00 p.m.
    Sunday
    9:00 a.m., 11:30 a.m.
    and 5:00 p.m.

    Daily Mass:
    8:30 a.m. Mon. - Fri.
    Confessions:
    Saturday 2:45 - 3:30 p.m.

    4301 W. Homosassa Trail
    Lecanto, Florida 34461
    (352)746-9422
    www.stscholastica.org
    Located one mile south of
    Hwy 44 on SR 490 adjacent
    to Pope John Paul II
    Catholic School
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    COME
    Worship With The
    Church ,f Christ
    Floral City, Florida
    Located a larvin &
    Church streets.
    Established in 33 A D. in
    Jerusalem by Jesus Christ.
    A warm welc'6ne always
    awaits you where we teach
    the true New-Testament
    Christian Faith.
    Sunday Bible Study
    9:30 a.m.
    Sunday Worship
    10:30 a.m. & 6:00 p.m.
    Wed./Eve. Bible Study
    6:00 p.m.
    Steve Heneghan, Minister
    CHURCH OF CHRIST
    775729 Floral City, FL.


    First Baptist
    _ Church

    Lifting Up Jesus
    8545 Magnolia
    726-4296

    Sunday Schedule
    9:30 AM Sunday School
    10:45 AM Traditional Worship
    6:00 PM Worship
    Wednesday
    6:30 PM
    Music, Youth, Fellowship
    A warm, friendly Church
    Nursery Available


    SShepherd of the Hills
    EPISCOPAL CHURCH

    Our mission is to be
    a beacon of faith
    known for engaging
    all persons in the
    love and truth of
    Jesus Christ.
    The Rev. Ladd K. Harris
    Priest in Charge
    527-0052
    Services:

    Saturday
    5:00 pm
    Sunday
    8:00 & 10:00 am
    Adult Christian
    Formation
    9:00 am
    Healing Service
    Wednesday
    10:00 am
    2540 W. Norvell Bryant Hwy. (CR 486)
    Lecanto, Florida
    (4/10 mile east of CR 491)
    \ wwwSOTHEC.org /


    Pastor - Rev. Frederick W. Schielke
    www.faithlecanto.com


    FAITH BAP11TS

    CHURCH


    Homosas-a Springs
    Aailsurni Pjaor Chid Houghionr
    SUNDAY
    SUNDAY SCHOOL: 9:45 am
    WORSHIP: 11:00 am & 6 pm
    WEDNESDAY
    WORSHIP: 7pm
    YOUTH: 6:30pm
    Independent & Fundamenial
    On Spanan r I 2 nuk Irom Li S l0
    off Cardindl 628-4793

    Hernando
    Chyrchor
    TheNazarene
    , Place to Belong

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

    *CHILDREN
    *YOUTH
    *SINGLES
    *SENIORS

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

    Randy T. Hodges, Pastor

    HERNANDO

    United

    Methodist
    Church


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    "A Safe Sanctuary for Children and Families"
    2125 E, Norvell Bryant Hwy,.(486)
    (' / miles from Hwy.41)
    For information call
    (352) 726-7245

    Sunday School
    8:45 AM - 9:30 AM
    Fellowship
    9:30 AM
    Worship Service
    10:00 AM
    Ministries and Activities for all Ages.
    Reverend Kelly Greenawald


    _ Floral City
    I United Methodist
    Church
    8478 East Marvin St.
    (across from Floral City School) r
    Sunday School
    9:05 A.M.
    Sunday Worship Service
    10:30 A.M.
    Bible Study
    Tuesday 10:00 A.M.
    "We strive to make
    newcomers feel at home."
    Wheel Chair Access
    Nursery Available
    Rev. Steven Todd Riddle
    Church 344-1771
    WEBSITE: floralcitychurch.com


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    Come Worship
    With Us!

    Worship
    8:30 AM. &
    11:00 AM.
    Sunday School
    9:45 AM.

    * Fellowship
    after Worship
    * Weekly
    Communion
    * Nursery
    Provided "

    Building Is Barrier-Free

    746-7161
    Hwy. 486
    Across From
    Citrus Hills Boulevard
    Rev. Kenneth C. Blyth, Pastor
    http://gslutheran.googlepages.com


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    followed by dinner catered by Cody's
    at the American Irish Club. Cost is $15
    per person. For tickets, call Rosalie
    Matt at 746-7143 or Carol Hayes at
    341-3603.
    * Extraordinary Women Confer-
    ence simulcast live via satellite from
    9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. today at Corner-
    stone Baptist Church of Inverness,
    1100 W. Highland Blvd. Registration
    from 8:45 to 9:15 a.m. Tickets ($15)
    available at door or call 726-7335.
    Speakers: Julie Clinton, Karen Kings-
    bury, Candace Cameron Bure, Nancy
    DeMoss, Anita Renfroe, Charles
    Billingsley, Kathy Troccoli and Stormie
    O'Martin. Ticket cost includes simul-
    cast, lunch, free tote bag and door
    prizes.
    * Youth group of Beverly Hills Com-
    munity Church car wash from 10 a.m.
    to noon today. Donations accepted.
    Ladies Guild bake sale at the same
    time. Help support the youth group
    and Ladies' Guild.
    * St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic
    Church hosts its 19th "Tricky Tray"
    party today at its parish center on
    Country Club Boulevard in Citrus
    Springs. Doors open at 11-:30 a.m.
    Drawings begin at 1 p.m. Lunches
    available.
    * Kingdom Empowerment Church
    is hosting a banquet at 6 p.m. tonight
    celebrating Pastor Al Hopkins' birthday
    and 14th year in ministry. This appreci-


    action banquet honoring Pastor Hop-
    kins is catered by Oyster's Restaurant
    and will take place at First Presbyte-
    rian Church of Crystal River, 1501
    S.E. U.S. Highway 19. Tickets are
    $25. To RSVP and for more informa-
    tion, call 563-5327.
    * Hawaiian Luau at 6 p.m. today at
    Present Truth Ministries Church, 5601
    N.E. 7th St., Ocala. Authentic Hawai-
    ian dances, music of the South Seas,
    Hawaiian cuisine. Prizes awarded for
    most original Hawaiian costume. Cost:
    $10 for adults ages 12 and older, $5
    for children ages 5 through 11, and
    $2.50 for children ages 1 through 4. All
    proceeds go to mission outreaches in
    Ecuador, Philippines and Kenya,
    Africa. Purchase tickets at the door or
    at these locations: Burning Bush
    Christian Bookstore, Physicians
    Health Center, B-J Trophies & Awards,
    Gabriel's Christian Book & Supply, and
    Nails & Beyond. Call Heather at (352)
    615-1350 or Carol at (352) 694-1801.
    N All welcome to leam to.be in-
    spired by God's Word in an open for-
    mat at 10 a.m. Sunday at The Little
    House, 4929 Shady Acres Drive, In-
    verness. All welcome. Carrie Ham-
    monds and Lecia Gray Knighton will
    be ordained into the ministry of the
    gospel of Jesus Christ at 10 a.m. Sun-
    day. Call Joe Hupchick at 726-9998.
    * The Nature Coast Unitarian
    Universalists invite the public to
    weekly services at 10:30 a.m. Sunday.
    Bob Deyle of Tallahassee will speak
    on "Covenant Making." Refreshments
    and a discussion-follow the service.


    The fellowship meets at 7633 N.
    Florida Ave. (U.S. 41), Citrus Springs.
    Call (352) 465- 4225.
    * Newly formed Congregation Beth
    Israel of Ocala will conduct High Holi-
    day services at the Collins Health Re-
    source Center Building No. 300 at
    Timber Ridge Medical Complex on
    State Road 200 in Ocala. A student
    rabbi from the Reconstructionist
    Movement has been hired and will offi-
    ciate Kol Nidre (Sunday) at 7:30 p.m.,
    and Yom Kippur (Monday) at 10 a.m. A
    study session led by Allison Peiser will
    start 4 p.m. followed by Yiskor Memo-
    rial prayers at 4:30 p.m. and the clos-
    ing Neilah service to end at 6 p.m.
    Break the fast will follow. Reduced
    membership dues for High Holiday
    services only are available. The liberal
    congregation welcomes all interested
    in a fresh, new approach to Judaism.
    Call Judi at (352) 237-8277.
    * Community dinner from 4 to
    6:30 p.m. Friday at Hernando United
    Methodist Church, 2125 E. Norvell
    Bryant Highway. Menu includes meat-
    loaf, mashed potatoes and gravy,
    green beans, applesauce, bread pud-
    ding and drink for the price of $7. One
    lucky couple will win their dinners. Last
    month, $600 was raised to be given to
    the "Backpack Program." This month
    profits will go to the choir program of
    the church. Call 726-7245.
    * The Men's Ministry of Abundant
    Life, Men of Purpose, will meet at
    8:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 3, at Oyster's
    Restaurant on U.S. 19 in Crystal
    River. All men in the community are in-


    vited. Men of Purpose is focused on
    developing the whole man: spirit, soul
    and body, while providing opportuni-
    ties to worship, fellowship and partici-
    pate in teachings from the scriptures.
    * Do you have the tolerance if
    things get weighted down for you?
    The times we are living in aren't guar-
    anteed to get better. Many feel there
    isn't much we can do about the condi-
    tion of the world. Stop losing sleep and
    come learn how to find relief from the
    pressures of today. The "Living With
    Hope" Bible series begins at 7 p.m.
    Saturday, Oct. 3, and continues Satur-
    day and Wednesday evenings through
    Nov. 25, at Hernando Seventh-day Ad-
    ventist Church, 1880 N. Trucks Ave.,
    Hernando. Call 344-2008.
    * Beverly Hills Community Church
    and Walgreens will host a flu clinic
    from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 4,
    at Beverly Hills Community Church's
    fellowship hall. Medicare accepted.
    Cost is $24.99. They will offer and ad-
    minister the flu vaccine only, to individ-
    uals ages 18 and older.
    * "Blessing of the Animals" at 3
    p.m. Sunday, Oct. 4, at Hope Evangel-
    ical Lutheran Church, 9425 N. Citrus
    Springs Boulevard in Citrus Springs.
    All animals are welcome, but must be
    on a leash or in a carrier. Short service
    is outdoors in the pavilion. As a
    fundraiser, the Youth Group will have a
    photographer present, and Santa
    Claus will also be there. Have a pic-
    ture with your pet for $5, a great sou-
    venir or a good picture to have made
    into your Christmas card. Call the


    church office at (352) 489-5511.
    * "Southern Belles Fashion
    Show" Tuesday, Oct. 6, in Dewain
    Farris Fellowship Hall at Community
    Congregational Christian Church,
    9220 N. Citrus Springs Boulevard, Cit-
    rus Springs. Fashions by Belk's in
    Crystal River. Door prizes and silent
    auction. Lunch at noon. Cost is $12.
    For tickets call, Vera Murphy at 746-
    1213, Carolyn Zwaga at (352) 489-
    9987 or Gin Farris 419-6050.
    * Soy Ministries, a non-denomina-
    tional ministry, continues adult Bible
    studies on the book "From Creation to
    Revelation," with teacher Pat Peter-
    son, pastor, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
    Wednesday, Oct. 7 and 21, and Nov.
    4 and 18, at the Homosassa Library
    on Grover Cleveland Boulevard.
    * The Altar and Rosary Society's
    first meeting is at 10:30 a.m. Thurs-
    day, Oct. 8, in Hilgert Hall at 455 S.
    Suncoast Blvd Crystal River. The Liv-
    ing Rosary begins at 1'0:40 a.m. fol-
    lowed by the business meeting. A
    potluck luncheon and fellowship will
    follow the meeting. All board members
    will meet at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6,
    in Hilgert Hall.
    * The Women's Ministry of Abun-
    dant Life, Mary and Martha's, will
    meet at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9, at the
    church, 4515 N. Tallahassee Road,
    Crystal River. All women in the com-
    munity invited. Bring a covered dish
    and come out and enjoy this time to-
    gether. Mary and Martha's helps
    See NOTES/Page C6


    Mission Possible
    MINISERIES
    V. David Lucas, Jr.
    Senior Pastor
    ir " 9921 N. Deltona Boulevard
    'A (352) 489-3886
    www.missionpossibleministries.com
    Sunday I
    ..W worship ...... ...........10:30 am
    Spanish Translation Provided
    (Nursery Care & Children's Church Provided)
    [ Wednesday
    Youth Group, Bible Study &
    Kid's Programs..........7 pm
    (Nursery Care Provided)
    ARMS OF MERCY FOOD PANTRY
    1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month.
    8:00 am-11:00 am


    Special
    Event or
    Weekly

    Services
    Please Call
    Beverly at
    564-2912
    For
    Advertising
    Information


    First Baptist
    Church of
    Beverly Hills
    Marple Lewis. Il
    Alan Sanders
    .b .sci.'_.t Pa .tur
    4950 N. Lecanto Hkwv.
    Beverly Hills. FL
    Located at ihe Inlerseclion of
    Hwy 491 (Lecarilo Hwy i
    anr Forest Riage Blvd
    Sunday Services
    Bible Study
    9:15 A.M. & 10:45 A.M.
    Traditional Worship
    9:15 A.M.
    Contemporary Worship
    10:45 A.M.
    Evening Discipleship
    6:00 P.M.
    Wednesday Services:
    Bible Study, Prayer
    and Youth Activities
    6:00 P.M.
    For more information call
    (352) 746-2970
    Office Hours
    9-3 P.M.
    or e-mail us at:
    beverlyhillsbaptist@tampabay.rr.com
    www.fbcbh.com
    Jin us s;togelhr w


    All are invited to our

    Healing

    Services
    First Church of Christ,
    Scientist
    Inverness
    224 N. Osceola Ave.
    Sunday Services 10:30 AM
    Sunday School 10:30 AM
    Wed. Testimony Meeting 5:00 PM
    .745. 352-726-4033


    asedl. l/orhip!
    Come Asit Ut .
    SUNDAY
    10:00 AM - Worship Service
    Bible Study
    Wednesday - 7:00 PM

    Dr. Jeff Timm
    9220 N. Citrus Springs Blvd.
    Citrus Springs, FL. 34433
    489-1260 I


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    VIGIL MASSES:
    4:00 P.M.L & 6:00 P.M.

    SUNDAY MASSES:
    8:00 A.M. &10:30 A.M.
    ************* *
    SPANISH MASS:
    12:30 P.M.
    * *** * * * * * * * * **
    CONFESSIONS:
    2:30 P.M. to 3:30 P.M. Sat.
    or By Appolinment

    WEEKDAY MASSES:
    8:00 A.M.

    6 Roosevelt Blvd.,
    Beverly Hills
    746-2144
    (1 Block East of S.R. 491)
    www.ourladyofgracefl
    ,. .cathollcweb.com ..


    nature Coas

    Unitarian Universalists
    SUNDAY SERVICES
    10:30 A.M.




    465-4225
    WWW.NCUU.ORG


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


    Hope Evangelical
    Lutheran Church
    ELCA j
    Pastor Lynn Fonfara
    9425 N. Citrus Springs Blvd.
    Citrus Springs
    Sunday Worship
    8:00 a.m. & 10:45 a.m.
    Sunday School 9:15 a.m.
    Conmunion Every Sundas
    Pastor L nn Fonfara
    Information:
    489-5511
    Go Th O,,I tIcb Page
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    * Hwy.44E@ U
    * Washington Ave., Inverness *
    :Sunday Services:
    Traditional
    * 8:00 AM & 11:00 AM.
    m Contemporary
    0 9:30 AM
    0 11:00 AM Service
    0 Tapes & CD's available U
    ISunday School for all ages
    0 9:30 AM 0
    " Nursery Provided
    " Fellowship & Youth Group *
    * 6:00 PM 0
    * 24-Hour Prayer Line
    * 563-3639
    N Web Site: www.fpcinv.org
    m Podcast: FPC inv.com *
    N Church Office 637-0770
    Pastors: Craig Davies
    and Michael F. Fonfara

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    CHRIST

    LUTHERAN
    CHURCH - LCMS
    475 North Ave. West. Brooksville
    "The church that is a family"
    SUNDAY SERVICES
    Morning Worship
    100 '0 A M
    Nursery Available
    Pastor Paul Meseke
    352-796-8331


    Beverly Hills
    Community Church
    82 Civic Circle, Beverly Hills, Florida
    (352) 746-3620
    Pastor Stewart R. Jamison III
    Email: bhcchurch@embarqmail.com

    Wednesday Bible Study 6 p.m.
    Sunday Coffee/Conversation 8:30 a.m.
    . Sunday School 9:15 a.m.
    Sunday Worship Service 10 a.m.
    Where Christ is Proclaimed!


    A friendly church where
    Christ is exalted!!!

    Sunday School 9:00 A.M.


    Morning Worship
    Evening Service
    I I'


    10:15 A.M.
    6:00 P.M.


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


    The difference
    is worth the distance!

    G RACE I
    BAPTIST CHURCH

    Independent
    2672 W. Edison PI. at Elkcam Blvd.
    Citrus Springs, FL
    * Sound Bible Teaching Ministry
    * Conservative Music
    For a map, schedule of services, and
    sample messages check our website
    www.gracebapchurch.org
    Sunday School 9:45 am
    Sun. Services 11:00 am.& 6:00 pm
    Wed. Prayer & Bible Study 7:00 pm
    Rev. Richard W. Brosseau, Pastor
    Phone (352) 445-9013






    f'CHRISTIAN
    I CENTER
    "Big Enough To Serve,
    Small Enough To Care"

    637-5100



    * Clean & Safe Nursery
    * Exciting Children & Youth Services
    * Warm Fellowship
    * Powerful Worship
    * Practical Messages
    Sunday Worship
    8:30 A.M. & 10:30 A.M.
    10:30 A.M. Dicipleship
    Wednesday
    Prayer 6:15 P.M.
    Adult Service 7:15 P.M.
    Youth Service 6:00 P.M.
    Agape Kids Preschool & Daycare
    Infants - Pre K4
    Before & After School Care
    Mon-Fri 6:30 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.
    Two miles from Hwy. 44 on the
    comer of Croft & Harley
    2728 E. Harley St., Inverness FL


    First
    Baptist
    InvernesI
    Sunday Mornings
    @ 10:00am on WYKE
    Channel 16 on Brighthouse
    SUNDAY MORNING
    SONRise Class 7:45am
    Worship Service 9:00am
    Children's Church 9:00am
    (4 years thru 4th grade)
    Sunday School
    all ages 10:30am
    SUNDAY EVENING
    Evening Worship 6:15pm
    Awana 5:15-7:00pm
    Youth Choir 4:00 pm
    Youth Discipleship 5:00 pm
    WEDNESDAY
    Fellowship Dinner 5:00-6:00pm
    Children Choir 6:15pm 7:15pm
    Ignite "Youth" 6:00-8:00pm
    Bible Studies 6:15pm-7:15pm
    Adult Choir 7:15pm-8:30pm
    Nursery Provided All Services
    Interpretation For The
    Hearing Impaired






    550 Pleasant Grove Rd.

    726-1252
    www.firstbaptistinverness.com


    Places of worship that


    offer love, peace and


    harmony to all.

    Come on over to "His" house, your spirits will be lifted!!!

    SERVICING THE COMMUNITIES OF CITRUS SPRINGS, BEVERLY HILLS, BROOKSVILLE, DUNNELLON, INVERNESS


    St. Elizabeth
    -1
    Ann Seton
    Catholic Church
    1401 W. Country Club Blvd.
    in Citrus Springs
    The little church on the hill
    / With a wI welcome

    Masses
    Saturday Vigil....4:30 PM
    Sunday...........8:30 AM
    .....................& 11:00 A M
    Weekday...........8:30 AM
    'Holy Day............8:30 AM
    .......................& 7:00 PM
    Confessions before all masses

    489-4889
    We support Pope John Paul II
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    CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CmnoNlcuv RELIGION SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2009 CS


    GRACE
    Continued from Page C1
    ise, going beyond weather.
    In the Bible, wind is often in-
    dicative of God's presence and his
    power. Sometimes wind comes as
    God's judgment, as when an east
    wind scorched the grain in Egypt
    and caused a famine. But other
    times wind is "ruach" or
    "pneuma," the Hebrew and Greek
    words that also mean "spirit," par-
    ticularly God's Holy Spirit.
    When Jesus was talking with a
    man named Nicodemus about the
    need for a person to be trans-
    formed by the Spirit, he likened
    the process to that of wind.


    Wind blows wherever it wants
    to, Jesus said. It blows softly, as a
    soothing, cooling breeze on a sul-
    try summer day. It blows violently,
    like a hurricane or a tornado. It
    moves ships on the ocean and
    changes the landscape and the
    earth's topography, eroding moun-
    tains and rocks.
    "You hear its sound," Jesus said,
    "but you cannot tell where it
    comes from or where it's going. So
    it is with everyone born of the
    Spirit" (John 3:8).
    The wind that is God's Spirit
    blows where it wants and you and
    I can't manufacture it or direct it,
    but we can see and feel the evi-
    dence of its power. And we can
    pray for it to blow into our lives.


    At my niece's wedding I talked
    with another niece and her hus-
    band. Both strong in their Chris-
    tian faith, we talked about how
    faith blows through families and
    that I can see how it's blown
    through ours in the past but it
    seems to have quieted, as least
    from what I could tell.
    I feel like God's wind has qui-
    eted in my life, as well.
    But Jesus said you can't predict
    the wind. It just is. God directs it.
    It's his breath, his Spirit.
    One of my favorite Bible pas-
    sages about the wind is found in
    the Old Testament book of
    Ezekiel. In a vision, the ancient
    prophet sees a valley of dry bones.
    God tells Ezekiel to prophesy to


    the bones that God would bring
    them back to life.
    As he spoke, he heard a rattling
    noise as the bones came together.
    Then God said, "Come from the
    four winds, 0 breath, and breathe
    into these slain, that they may
    live." At the wind of God, the
    bones stood up and came to life -
    a vast army (Ezekiel 37:1-10).
    How like God to speak to my
    soul's deep wondering as my sis-
    ter and I walked down the desert
    street and the wind blew as if out
    of nowhere.
    Don't roll your eyes when I say
    this, but I believe that God sent
    that hot, holy, desert wind to re-
    mind me that his breath is still
    upon me and my family


    He still loves me and hasn't for-
    gotten me or given up on me. He
    still hears my prayers for dry
    bones to come alive, prayers to
    change the topography of the
    mountains that stand in my way,
    even the mountains of my own
    making.
    He still hears my prayers for his
    Spirit to move and bring new life.

    Nancy Kennedy is the author
    of "Move Over, Victoria - I Know
    the Real Secret," "Girl on a
    Swing," and her latest book, "Lip-
    stick Grace." She can be reached
    at 352-564-2927, Monday through
    Thursday, or via e-mail at
    nkennedy@chronicleonline.com.


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    Sunday
    10 AM Worship
    7 PM Bible Prophecy
    Wednesday
    Dinner 6 PM
    Bible Study 7 PM
    960 S. Hwy 41, Inverness, FL
    www.colvarychapelinverness.com
    352-726-1480


    Wncrnc tVERlODUL Io SMEouVDYuI
    AND JESUS IS LORD
    MOUNTAIN ASSEMBLY
    10117 E. Gulf to Lake Hwy.
    Inverness, FL 34450-5430
    East Hwy. 44 * (352) 637-3110
    Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
    Sunday Worship 10:30 A.M.
    Sunday Evening 6:30 P.M.
    Thursday 7:00 P.M.
    Rev. & Mrs. -
    Junior brii.. ' ,
    (352) 341-2884


    PRIMERA IGLESIA
    � HISPANA
    DE CITRUS COUNTY
    Asambleas de Dios
    Inverness, Florida
    ORDEN DE SERVICIOS:
    DOMINGOS:
    9:30 AM - Escuela Biblica
    Dominical
    10:30 AM - Adoraci6n y
    Predica
    MARTES:
    7:00 PM - Culto de Oraci6n
    JUEVES:
    7:00 PM - Estudios Biblicos
    Les Tsperarnos! P
    David Pinero, Pastor
    1370 N, Croft Ave, * Inverness, FL 34451
    Telefono: (352) 341-1711


    Our Lady of

    Fatima
    CATHOLIC CHURCH
    U.S. Hwy. 41 South, Inverness,
    Florida
    Sunday Masses
    7 30 AM 9 00 A M. & 11:00 A.M.
    Saturday Vigil
    4:00 P.M.
    Weekdays 8:00 A M
    Confessions 2 30-3:30 PM

    726-1670 I




    First

    Assembly

    of God
    4201 So. Pleasant Grove Rd.
    (Hwy. 581 So.) Inverness, FL 34452


    "Where everyone is special!"
    "Jesus Christ-central theme
    of our worship"
    Sunday School
    9:30 a.m.

    Sunday Worship
    10:30 a.m & 6:00 p.m.

    Wednesday Worship
    7:00 p.m.
    "Ministries for all ages"
    Nursery Available


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    ST.
    MARGARET'S
    EPISCOPAL
    CHURCH
    where everyone is still welcome!
    In Historic Downtown Inverness
    1 Block N.W. Of City Hall
    114 N. Osceola Ave.
    Inverness, FL 34450
    726-3153
    www.stmaggie.org
    Services:
    Sun. Worship 8 & 10:30 A.M.
    Wednesday 12:30 P.M.
    Morning Prayer
    9:00 A.M. Mon- Fri
    Fr Gene Reuman, Pastor






    PLEASANT GROVE
    CHURCH OF CHRIST
    3875 S. Pleasant Grove Rd.
    Inverness, FL 34450
    "Come BeA Part Of
    God's Family"
    Minister: Michael Raine
    (352)34;4-9173






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    41 Years of
    F RST Bringing Christ to
    F IRST- Inverness
    LRUTHERAN
    CHURCH
    Divine Services: 7:45 & 10am
    Holy Communion
    7:45 Every Sunday: 10:00
    1st & 3rd Sun.
    Sunday School
    & Bible Class
    8:45 A.M.
    726-1637
    Cry Room
    www.1lstlutheran.net
    1900 W. Hwy. 44, Inverness
    The Rev. Thomas Beaverson


    At
    Victory
    Baptist Church
    General Conference
    Sunday School 9:45 AM
    Worship 10:45 AM
    Sunday Evening 6:00 PM
    Wednesday 7:00 PM


    Sunday School For All Ages Choir Practice 8:00 PM
    Nursery 0 Children's Training
    Class Provided Quality Child Care
    S.R 44 ^--------
    S'R. 44 Pastor Gary Beehler
    APPLEBEE'S ABC 352-465-8866
    ELEARY 5040 N Shady Acres Dr.
    PGRELbEMENTARY 726-9719
    PLEASANT GROVE RD.0 Highway 41 North, turn at
    1 CHURCH OF CHRIST E Sportsman Pt.


    \www.pgrcoc.com /


    "A place tobelong.Aplace to become."


    S"First For Christ"...John 1:41


    Sunday) Ser'ices:
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    Inverness First Church .of God
    Non-denominational
    5510 E. Jasmine Ln.
    Phone: 726-8986
    Interim Pastor:
    Rev. Vincent Marchese
    Services: Sunday:
    10:30 AM & 6:00 PM
    Wed. - Study 6:00 PM
    Home of the:
    "Gospel Jubilee" S
    September thru April
    Last Saturday of every month















    o Inverness
    (2 miles west on Hwy. 44
    past Wal-Mart on right)
    You're invited to

    our Services

    Sunday School
    10:00 AM
    Sunday
    10:45 AM & 6:00 PM
    Wednesday 7:00 PM

    Independent
    Fundamental
    Pastor
    Terry Roberts
    Ph: 726-0201


    FIRST
    CHRISTIAN -
    CHURCH OF
    INVERNESS I
    We welcome you and invite you
    to worship with our family.
    John A. Scott, Minister
    Sunday:
    9:00 A.M. Sunday School
    10:15 A.M. Worship Service
    Wednesday:
    6:30 P M. Bible Study
    W hll .fcitm comi' !


    A LITTLE STRESSED?
    FIND RELIEF HERE!

    First United
    Methodist

    SChurch
    ' of Inverness
    3896 S. Pleasant Grove Rd.
    Inverness, FL 34452
    (2 mi. so. of Applebee's)
    Come as you are.
    (352) 726-2522
    KIP YOUNGER
    Senior Pastor
    9:00 AM & 10:45 AM
    Sunday School Classes
    for all ages
    5:00 PM - Student
    Connection Time
    6th Grade thru 12th
    Nursery care available starting at 9.00 AM
    WEDNESDAYS
    6:15 PM Bible Studies&
    Connection Groups for everyone
    Join us for a casual
    uplifting service with family
    praise & worship on
    Sunday at 9:00 AM
    Additional Sunday Worship
    Opportunities
    WE ALSO OFFER
    8:00 AM
    Holy Communion
    10:45 AM
    Traditional Worship
    Signing for hearing impaired
    available upon request
    Open Hearts,
    Open Minds,
    Open Doors i
    www.invernessfirstumc.org
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    * St. Timothy Lutheran Church
    informal come-as-you-are worship
    service at 5 p.m. Saturday with Blue-
    grass services one Saturday monthly
    (next one is Oct. 24). Sunday worship
    services: Spoken Eucharist at 7:30
    a.m., Folk Mass at 8:30 a.m., Sunday
    school classes for all ages at 10 a.m.
    (coffee fellowship hour at 9:30 a.m.),
    Traditional Eucharist at 11 a.m. Spe-
    cial services are announced. Nursery
    provided. Bible study at 10 a.m. the
    third Wednesday monthly. Pericope
    from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday is a
    study of scripture readings for upcom-
    ing Sunday. The church is at 1070 N.
    Suncoast Blvd. (U.S. 19) Crystal River.
    Call 795-5325.
    * Shepherd of the Hills Episco-
    pal Church celebrates the 17th Sun-
    day after Pentecost. Today: Ante
    Communion, 5 p.m. Sunday: Ante
    Communion, 8 and 10 a.m. Sunday:
    ALPHA, 6 p.m. at First Baptist Church,
    Beverly Hills. Choir and Bible study at
    7 p.m. Thursday. SOS from 9 a.m. to
    noon Thursday at Key Training Center.
    * First Baptist Church of Inver-
    ness Sunday activities: SONrise class
    at 7:45 a.m., blended worship service
    at 9 a.m., "Journey Below the Earth"
    children's church for ages 4 through
    fourth grade during 9 a.m. service fea-
    turing Bible stories, skits, music and
    group activities, Sunday school
    classes for all ages at 10:30 a.m.,
    AWANA for ages 2 through fifth grade
    at 5:15 p.m. and evening worship at 6.
    Nursery available at all services. Call
    726-1252.
    * St. Margaret's Episcopal
    Church Holy Eucharist services at 8
    and 10:30 a.m. Sunday with children's
    church at the 10:30 service and the
    youth group meeting at 1 p.m. Feed
    My Sheep feeding program for people
    in need at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday fol-
    lowed by a Holy Eucharist and healing
    service celebrating St. Michael and all
    the angels. St. Francis Blessing of the
    Animals service at 11 a.m. Saturday,
    Oct. 3. Church is at 114 N. Osceola
    Ave., Inverness. Call 726-3153.
    * St. Paul's Lutheran Church
    conducts Sunday worship services at
    8 and 10:30 a.m. Sunday school
    classes are at 9:15 a.m. Bible Study
    topic at 9:15 a.m. is titled, '"The Doc-
    trine of the Two Kingdoms: Church &
    State." Midweek worship service is at
    6:30 p.m. Thursday. Choir rehearsal is
    at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. Presentation to


    be given by a representative of Luther
    Preparatory School at 1:30 p.m. Mon-
    day. Call (352) 489-3027.
    * St. Anne's Episcopal Church
    celebrates the 17th Sunday after Pen-
    tecost with masses at 8 and 10:15
    a.m. St. Anne's will host "Our Father's
    Table" from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
    today. Overeaters Anonymous meets
    at 8 p.m. Friday and Monday in the
    parish hall library. Alcoholics Anony-
    mous meets at 8 p.m. Friday and
    Monday in the parish hall library. Blue-
    grass gospel sing-along at 6 p.m. Sun-
    day featuring St. Anne's Annie and
    Tim United Bluegrass Gospel Band.
    * First Presbyterian Church of In-
    verness traditional services at 8 and
    11 a.m. with contemporary service at
    9:30 a.m. Sunday school hour at 9:30
    a.m. Wednesday evening pastor's fall
    study, "Upside Living in a Downside
    Economy," with dessert at 7 p.m. fol-
    lowed by study at 7:15 p.m. Church is
    at 206 Washington Ave., Inverness.
    Call 637-0770.
    * Joy Lutheran Church worship
    services at 8:15 and 11 a.m. Sunday
    with the choir singing at the earlier
    service, and Sunday school classes at
    9:45 a.m. Wednesday evening wor-
    ship service continues at 6:45 p.m.
    Faith Circle meets at 12:30 p.m. the
    third Wednesday monthly. WELCA's
    first general meeting of the season is
    at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. Bible study on
    the Book of Mark at 3 p.m. Thursday
    with Pastor Ed Holloway. The church
    is on S.W. State Road 200 at 83rd
    Place, Ocala. Call (352) 854-4509,
    Ext. 221.
    * Good Shepherd Lutheran
    Church has changed worship and
    Sunday school times. Everyone is in-
    vited to worship services at 8:30 and
    11 a.m. Sunday school and adult
    study classes are at 9:45 a.m. Coffee
    hour follows both worship services.
    Church is barrier free, has hearing de-
    vices and enlarged service helps
    available for all who need them. There
    is also a tape ministry; ask the usher
    or the sound technician for a free tape
    of the service. Nursery attendant avail-
    able for ages 3 and younger. New six-
    week Bible study course on "Keeping
    Faith Alive in a Changing World," from
    9:30 to 11 a.m. Tuesday beginning
    Sept. 29. All welcome. Brochures on
    all Bible studies until December 2010
    available in narthex or may be mailed
    to those interested. Church is on


    Worship SERVICES:
    County Road 486, opposite Citrus
    Hills Boulevard in Hemando. Call 746-
    7161.
    * Inverness Church of God Sun-
    day worship services at 8:30 and
    10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday school
    classes for all at 9:30 a.m. Christian
    education opportunities for all ages at
    7 p.m.,Wednesdays include: Mis-
    sionettes and Royal Rangers Clubs for
    children from the age of 3. Teens are
    invited to "Frontline" with Youth Pastor
    Kyle Holtzhower. Adult class in sanctu-
    ary. Church is at 4.16 U.S. 41 South,
    Inverness. Call 726-4524.
    * Victory Baptist Church, 5040 E.
    Shady Acres Drive, Inverness. Coffee
    and doughnuts served at 9 a.m. Sun-
    day in the fellowship hall followed by
    Sunday school classes at 9:45 and the
    morning worship service at 10:45.
    Sunday evening service begins at 6.
    Wednesday night "hour of power" with
    prayer petitions, hymns and a study of
    the Book of Revelation led by Pastor
    Beehler. Call 726-9719.
    * Come for worship and fellowship
    at Faith Lutheran Church, 935 S.
    Crystal Glen Drive Lecanto. Regular
    services are 9:30 a.m. Sunday and 6
    p.m. Saturday.
    * First Christian Church of Ho-
    mosassa Springs Bible school
    classes for all ages at 9:30 a.m. Sun-
    day followed by morning worship at
    10:30 (children's church provided for
    kindergarten through third grade).
    Evening worship at 6 p.m. Sunday.
    Wednesday meal at 6 p.m. followed
    by Bible study and youth program at 7.
    Church is at 7030 W. Grover Cleve-
    land Blvd.
    * Faith Baptist Church's regular
    services include Sunday school
    classes at 9:45 a.m. followed by wor-
    ship at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Bible study
    and prayer meeting at 7 p.m. Wednes-
    day with "Warriors" for grades 6
    through 12 and "King's Kids" for K-5
    grades from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Church is
    at 6918 S. Spartan Ave. (one mile
    from U.S. 19, off Cardinal Street). Call
    628-4793.
    * Lighthouse Baptist Church,
    974 W.G. Martinelli Blvd., Citrus
    Springs, offers Sunday school for all
    ages at 9:45 a.m. Worship services
    under the direction of Pastor Jess Bur-
    ton at 11 a.m., with evening service at
    5:30 p.m. Children's/youth program for
    ages 5 and older from 6 to 8 p.m.
    Wednesday featuring Bible study, fun


    and games, with adult Bible study at 7
    p.m. Call (352) 489-7515.
    * First Presbyterian Church of
    Crystal River Sunday worship service
    at 10 a.m. with Pastor Rob Allen
    speaking. Meet-and-greet fellowship
    follows the service in Webster Hall.
    Call the church office for more infor-
    mation at 795-2259. The church is at
    1501 S.E. U.S. 19 in Crystal River,
    north of Sweetbay.
    * House of Power Sunday worship
    services at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. at
    North Lecanto Highway and North
    Dawson Drive, Hemando. Wednesday
    Bible studies and youth meeting at 7
    p.m.
    * All welcome to learn to be in-
    spired by Gpd's Word in an open for-
    mat at 10d'.'aim. Sunday at The Little
    House, 4929 Shady Acres Drive, In-
    verness. Call Joe Hupchick at 726-
    9998.
    * Living Word of God Church, on'
    Cason Boulevard in Inglis, offers Sun-
    day school classes at 10 a.m. and
    Sunday evening worship at 6. Every-
    one is welcome. Jessie Lolley is the
    pastor. Call 621-7260 for information.
    * Church of Christ services at 304
    N.E. Fifth St., Crystal River. Bible
    classes at 10 a.m. Sunday, 7 p.m.
    Wednesday and by appointment. Wor-
    ship services at 11 a.m. Sunday.
    Everyone invited. Call 795-4943 or
    563-0056 for information. Monthly fel-
    lowship dinner at 12:30 p.m. Sunday.
    * Unity Interfaith devotional at 10
    a.m. Sunday at C's Italian Express,
    1916 U.S. 19, Crystal River. All faiths
    welcome. Refreshments served. Call
    795-5555.
    * Parsons Memorial Presbyte-
    rian Church coffee fellowship from
    10 to 10:55 a.m. Sunday in fellow-
    .ship hall, 5850 Riverside Drive, Yan-
    keetown (next to Coast Guard
    Station). Sunday school at 9:30 a.m.
    Nursery available. Traditional church
    service begins at 11 a.m. Holy Com-
    munion served the first Sunday
    monthly. Call (352) 447-2506.
    * Floral City United Methodist
    Church welcomes the public to Sun-
    day worship at 10:30 a.m. Sunday
    school classes meet at 9 a.m. Tues-
    day morning Bible study meets at 10
    with leaders Dr. George Mitchell and
    Jean Waters. Bible study at 6 p.m.
    Wednesday in Hilton Hall with leader
    Russ Tabbert. Choir rehearsal at 7
    p.m. Monday in the sanctuary. Movie


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    Continued from Page C4
    women grow spiritually while
    providing opportunities for fel-
    lowship with other women, in-
    struction in the Word of God, as
    well as equipping and develop-
    ing areas of talents, gifts and
    callings while doing the work of
    the ministry. Call the church at
    795-LIFE.
    * Hemando United
    Methodist Women will host the
    North Central District women at
    their "Echoes of Christian
    Mission" program from 9 a.m.
    to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10.
    Program theme is 'Together at
    the Table." All women invited.
    Registration at 9 a.m. Light
    breakfast and lunch served for
    $5 per person. Register by call-
    ing Carmen Perez at 270-9180
    before Oct 1. The church is at
    2125 E. Norvell Bryant High-
    way. Hemando.
    * Third annual "Drive" Out
    Hunger Car Show from 9 a.m.
    to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10, at
    Inverness First United
    Methodist Church, 3896 S.
    Pleasant Grove Road, Inver-
    ness (2.5 miles south of Apple-
    bee's). Car registration starts at
    7:30 a.m. Free admission to the
    public. Outreach support to the
    Citrus County Family Resource
    Center. Car show entry fees:
    $20 cash or $15 worth of non-
    perishable food items to be do-
    nated to the Family Resource
    Center. Club Attendance Tro-
    phy - People's Choice Gift
    Awards; Best Truck, Best Car,
    Best Paint, Best Daily Driver,
    Children's Choice. Prizes
    awarded to car owners every
    15 minutes. Church member
    vehicles not eligible for judging.
    Show cars from local car clubs,
    racecars from Citrus County
    Speedway and individual en-
    thusiasts. Youth Ministry will sell
    hotdogs, chips and drinks.
    Bake sale featured. Pumpkin
    Patch open - bring a camera
    to take photos of the kids, and
    hear the "Peter Pumpkin" story.
    Call 726-2522.
    * The Annual Blessing of
    the Animals at 1 p.m. Satur-
    day, Oct. 10, in the Memorial
    Garden of Joy Lutheran
    Church, 7045 S.W. 83rd Place
    at State Road 200, Ocala. Pas-
    tor Ed Holloway will conduct the
    service. Public welcome. Own-
    ers must control their pets.
    Sixth Annual Great Indoor Yard
    Sale from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    Saturday, Oct. 17, in Swenson
    Hall. Items include vintage


    items, a variety of donated arti-
    cles, baked goods, quilts and
    more. Lunch provided by
    Thrivent. Flu vaccine clinic from
    10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, Oct.
    19. MAXIM Services will pro-
    vide the staff and the vaccine
    for this clinic. Medicare will pay
    for the vaccine. Bring Medicare
    card. If not a Medicare recipi-
    ent, cost of the flu vaccine is
    $30 and $45 for pneumococcal
    vaccine. Call (352) 854-4509,
    Ext. 221.
    * Pam Tebow, mother of
    Florida Gators quarterback Tim
    Tebow, is the guest speaker at
    First Baptist Church in Crystal
    River's annual women's event
    on Thursday, Oct. 15. This
    event is open to all women and
    girls. Tickets ($12) on sale now
    by calling the church office at
    795-3367.
    * Miss Ellie's "Funny Fash-
    ion Show" at 4 p.m. Sunday,
    Oct. 18, at Hilgert Hall at St.
    Benedict Catholic Church, 455
    S. Suncoast Blvd. Crystal River.
    The show, presented by the
    Altar and Rosary Society, is a
    fundraiser for the nonprofit or-


    ganization. A donation of $5 in-
    cludes dessert and coffee.
    Come and meet the "special"
    guest model.
    .. 0 Inverness Church of God
    revival services Oct. 18-21
    with evangelist Bennie Jones.
    All invited. Church is at 416
    U.S. 41 South, Inverness. Call
    726-4524.
    * The Diocese of St. Peters-
    burg will host the Eighth Na-
    tional Catholic Singles
    Conference (NCSC) at the
    Sheraton Sand Key from Oct.
    30 through Nov. 1. The National
    Catholic Singles Conference
    was founded to minister directly
    to adult singles with a strong
    emphasis on Pope John Paul
    II's Theology of the Body and
    its application to the single life.
    Speakers include Mary Beth
    Bonacci, internationally ac-
    claimed speaker on love,
    chastity and sexuality; Dr. Ed-
    ward Sri, Professor of Theol-
    ogy, author and expert on Pope
    John Paul II's Love and Re-
    sponsibility; and Julie and Greg
    Alexander, founders of Alexan-
    der House, a nonprofit aposto-


    late dedicated to the education
    and enrichment of marriage
    and family life. Sponsors of the
    event include Catholic Match
    and the Spirit FM, the Diocese
    of St. Petersburogmedia min-
    istry. Conference registration is
    now open. A reduced registra-
    tion rate of $145 is available
    through Sept. 12. Following that
    deadline, regular registration
    will be $169. Reduced registra-
    tion rates are also available for
    full-time students and active
    members of the military.
    N "Friendship Fun Day"
    from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Satur-
    day, Nov. 7, at First Lutheran
    Church of Inverness, 1900
    West State Road 44. Activities
    include horse-drawn buggy
    rides, scavenger hunt, bounc-
    ing and basketball blow-ups,
    face painting, balloon art, and
    more. Each family will receive a
    free gift and may sign up for
    drawings from local merchants.
    Free hotdogs, drinks, popcorn
    and cotton candy. Homemade
    pies on sale with a refreshment
    area in Bailey Hall. Everyone
    welcome.


    * Educational opportuni-
    ties at Hope Evangelical
    Lutheran Church in Citrus
    Springs: On Sunday mornings
    at 9:30, Lee Pitre has an Adult
    Forum: Blogging the Bible, in
    Classroom 1, currently studying
    the Book of Esther. Dr. Steve
    Northsea is teaching Freedom
    for the People of God: The Exo-
    dus and Jesus' Death and Res-
    urrection, in Classroom 3. On
    Wednesday at 6 p.m., Pastor
    Lynn Fonfara leads a Bible
    study of Israel's prophets, in the
    church parlor. On the third
    Thursday, Janet Esworthy
    leads a group at 10:30 a.m.
    studying Lutheran Women
    Today, in the church parlor. On
    Monday from 1:30 to 3:30
    p.m., Anita O'Donnell will lead a
    discussion of Jacob's Journey,
    in Luther Hall, with the start
    date to be announced later. On
    Tuesday from 10 a.m. to noon,
    Dr. Sally Ahl will teach Reading
    Scripture in Hebrew in Class-
    room 1, beginning Nov. 10. The
    church is at 9425 N. Citrus
    Springs Boulevard in Citrus
    Springs. All welcome. Call the
    church office at (352) 489-5511.


    * Bible Lands cruise-tour
    to four countries led by the Rev.
    Mark Whittaker, pastor of First
    United Methodist Church in Ho-
    mosassa, from Nov. 11-22. Tour
    begins in Greece where partici-
    pants will visit Athens and an-
    cient Corinth (a city where
    Apostle Paul lived for 1 1/2
    years). Then they will board the
    myCristal, a 1,000-passenger
    cruise ship, and sail to several
    Mediterranean ports before re-
    turning to Athens. In Egypt, par-
    ticipants will see the great
    Pyramids of Giza, along with
    the Sphinx, and visit the Egypt
    Museum while in Cairo. They
    will trace the Old Testament
    Hebrew roots in that land and
    remember the New Testament
    journey of the Holy Family es-
    caping King Herod's rampage.
    During three days in. Israel,
    there will be visits to Bethle-
    hem, Jerusalem and Galilee.
    On the Greek Island of Rhodes,
    travelers will remember the
    Apostle Paul's brief visit there
    and recall the crusaders known
    as the Knights of St. John, who

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    Some of the members of the First United Methodist Church of Homosassa recently
    prepared Uttle Bags of Hope (Ditty Bags) for distribution to some of the local home-
    less shelters. From left are: Pat Blake, Nelva Clemens, Margo Blum and Bess Hoes.
    This "Ditty Bags" project is in conjunction with the Gulf Central District of United
    Methodist Women. Each year, each unit in the district is asked to prepare these
    bags containing personal Items for men and women and some small school supplies,
    personal items and a small toy for children. They are distributed throughout the dis-
    trict to farm workers, homeless shelters, domestic violence shelters, as well as other
    places of need. Each year, the district distributes more than 3,000 of the bags. This
    year, FUMCH Methodist Women's Unit distributed 100 bags. The bags are made of
    cotton-type fabric, and were all made by the late Maureen Samstag.


    evenings continue at 7 p.m. Oct. 3,
    and Nov. 7, in Hilton Hall. SHARE
    pick-up is Sept. 26 in Hilton Hall. The
    church is at 8478 E. Marvin Street.
    Call 344-1771.
    * Citrus Vineyard Community
    Church meets in the First Christian
    Church of Inverness Family Life Cen-
    ter, 2018 Colonade St. Sunday serv-
    ices are at 10:30 a.m., with child care
    up to age 5 provided. Home groups
    meet in Heatherwood and Hernando
    on Thursday. Call the church at 586-
    2000.
    * First Church of Christ, Scien-
    tist, Inverness, worships Sunday
    mornings at 10:30 and Wednesday
    evenings at 5 at 224 N. Osceola Ave.
    Sunday school class is the same time
    as the church service. All are wel-
    come.
    * First Baptist Church of Her-
    nando September schedule: Sunday
    services at 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m.
    Prayer meeting at 7 p.m. Wednes-
    days. Together Outreach meeting at
    6:30 p.m. Tuesday. FBCH 55th an-
    niversary picnic Oct. 4.
    * German-language church
    services at 3 p.m. the first Sunday
    monthly with Pastor George Meslow
    Hernando at Joy Evangelical
    Lutheran, 7045 S.W. 83rd Place/State
    Road 200, Ocala. A potluck with cof-
    fee and cake follows. Call Gerhard
    Gross at (352) 489-0023.
    * Heritage Baptist Church serv-
    ices led by Pastor David Hamilton, at
    2 Civic Circle, Beverly Hills. Call 746-
    6171.
    * Christ Lutheran Church serv-
    ices led by the Rev. Paul R. Meseke,
    senior pastor, at 475 North Ave. W.,
    Brooksville. Call (352) 796-8331.
    * Unity Church of Citrus County
    healing/prayer service at 6:30 p.m.
    the second Wednesday monthly at
    2628 W. Woodview Lane, Beverly
    Hills. Call 746-1270.
    * Butterfly Ministries worship,
    Bible study and personal ministry
    from 10 am. to 2 p.m. the third Satur-
    day monthly at The Sanctuary, 3888
    S. King Ave., Homosassa. Food and
    fellowship follow. Call Margie Sipes at
    212-4320.
    * Grupo Misionero Adventista
    del 7mo. Dia de Citrus County. Ho-
    rario de Reuniones. Miercoles 7 p.m.
    Sabados 11 a.m. Address: 1880 N.
    Trucks Ave., Hemando. Call 535-
    7141.


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    occupied the island for two cen-
    turies. Finally a stop at Ku-
    sadasi, Turkey, will take
    passengers to the grand city of
    Ephesus (where St. Paul lived
    and ministered for three years).
    More information and
    brochures available from"
    church office at 8831 W. Brad-
    shaw St., Homosassa. Call
    628-4083.
    * "Mom's Morning Out" for
    mothers of children, infant to
    age 4, from 10 a.m. to noon the
    third Thursday monthly through
    May, at Faith Lutheran Church
    in Lecanto (Crystal Glen). Activ-
    ities for moms and kids. Volun-
    teers available to care for kids.
    Free of charge. For required
    preregistration, call Gloria at
    527-9468.
    * Free ESL English
    classes from 7 to 9 p.m. Tues-
    days and Thursdays at Advent
    Hope Church, 428 N.E. Third
    Ave., Crystal River. Donation
    for cost of the workbooks
    (about $10) requested. Call
    Mrs. Ramos at 795-6204.
    * Anglican Church of the
    Holy Spirit midweek prayer
    and fellowship. Two distinct
    worship formats are offered:
    Traditional evening prayer serv-
    ice at 5, with a prayer and
    praise service following at 6:30.
    Bring your instruments and
    voice and join an uplifting and
    joyous worship fellowship.
    * Beverly Hills Community
    Church's Wednesday evening
    contemporary service has
    been discontinued. A Wednes-
    day evening Bible study is of-
    fered instead at 6 in the church
    chapel. Everyone welcome.
    Sunday morning worship serv-
    ice is at 10. Call 746-3620.
    Celebrate Recovery
    Celebrate Recovery is a bibli-
    cally based program designed
    to work through life's hurts,
    habits and hang-ups in fellow-
    ship with others. This program


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    is open to the community and
    takes place at the following
    churches:
    * Gulf to Lake Church - In'
    the Ministry Complex, West
    Gulf-to-Lake Highway in Crystal
    River. Every Friday night dinner
    is at 6, followed by large and
    small group time and a Coffee
    Caf6 at 9 p.m. Call 795-0649.
    * Seven Rivers Presbyte-
    rian Church -At 6 p.m. Fri-
    days at 4221 W. Gulf-to-Lake
    Highway in Lecanto at the _-. J
    Seven Rivers Christian School
    building (rooms 216/217), with
    dinner, large and small group
    time, and Coffee House gather-
    ing at 9 p.m. The cost for dinner
    is $4. Call 746-6200:
    * Christian Recovery Fel-
    lowship Church -At 7 p.m.
    Wednesday and Fridays at
    2242 W. State Road 44. Call
    726-2800.


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    Breaking new ground
    Shepherd of the Hills Episcopal Church In Lecanto, a
    mission church of the Diocese of Central Florida, Is
    building a new $1.3 million church and fellowship hall on
    its property on County Road 486. The new facility will
    replace the present fellowship and administrative building,
    which has been purchased by Citrus County for the
    widening of C.R. 486. Their present church building will
    become an administrative and ministry office once the new
    building complex is completed in early 2011. Shepherd of
    the Hills hired Hyde Park Architects, Tampa, a nationally
    recognized church architectural firm, to design the facility.
    In an effort to provide as much local employment as
    possible and to source local materials, the church has
    engaged Daly & Zilch Construction, Lecanto, to build the
    complex. Attending the groundbreaking ceremony on
    Sunday, Sept. 29, were 140 church members and guests.
    The ceremony, conducted by Priest in Charge, the Rev.
    Ladd K. Harris, was followed by a catered luncheon.
    Pictured at the groundbreaking are, from left: the Rev. Har-
    ris and members of the Planning Committee, Lynn Gray-
    biel, Allen Harlow, Deacon Mike Hall, Sonna Keene and
    Senior Warden Peter Cass. Shepherd of the Hills is very ac-
    tive in the life of the Citrus County community. It provides
    a number of community ministries, including SOS, a
    weekly food distribution service to the needy In Citrus
    County, jointly sponsored by three other churches and Key
    Training Center, and Light Shine, a humanities and music
    enrichment program, co-sponsored by the Florida
    Humanities Council and the Citrus County Chronicle.
    Special to the Chronicle


    Official welcome


    Special to the Chronicle
    On Sunday, Sept. 8, at 2 p.m., the Rev. Robert M. Lewis was
    officially welcomed by the Right Rev. John W. Howe, bishop
    of Central Florida, as the second rector of the Church of the
    Advent, Dunnellon. The Solemn High Mass and Celebration
    of New Ministry were attended by clergy from Leesburg, The
    Villages, Crystal River and Ocala. The Very Rev. Timothy
    Nunez, dean of the Northwestern territory of the Diocese,
    was the preacher. Father Lewis was preceded by the Rev. A.
    Joe Goss, who served the Church of the Advent since 1992.
    Father Goss retired in 2008. Father Lewis has served as rec-
    tor since July 1. This event, however, was the formal induc-
    tion of Father Lewis as lead pastor of Advent. An informal
    reception followed. Church of the Advent is on County Road
    484, 1.3 miles west of State Road 200 in Dunnellon.


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    On the campus of St. Paul's Lutheran School, 6150 N.
    Lecanto Highway in Beverly Hills, a co-ed flag football game
    was played recently between St. Paul's and Tampa North-
    dale Lutheran. The final score was St. Paul's, 38, and North-
    dale Lutheran, 12. Pictured is St. Paul's winning team, front,
    from left: Seth Welfel, Lauren Kronz, Jose Borrero, Joey Cruz,
    Kyle King, Alexis Goddard, Curtis Clevinger; back: YeAnna
    Ingram, Martlna Malphurs, Coach Kyle Bender.


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    Flea market to
    collect for CUB
    Times are hard for every-
    one and, as the holidays ap-
    proach the CUB food larder
    is very low. The Inverness
    Flea Market is collecting
    canned goods and non-per-
    ishable food. Bring in a dona-
    tion for CUB and you will be
    given a free cup of coffee.
    Is Halloween a favorite of
    yours? There will be a cos-
    tume contest at the flea mar-
    ket Oct. 31 for children,
    adults and pets. Entry fee is
    one non-perishable food
    item. The public is invited to
    enter the contest that will
    start at 11 a.m.
    The inverness Flea Market
    is at the fairgrounds at 3600
    S. Florida Ave. (U.S. 41
    South), Inverness.
    For information, call Cathy
    at 344-2974.
    CMUG meets
    fourth Friday
    The Citrus Macintosh
    Users Group meets at 7 p.m.
    the fourth Friday monthly at
    Crystal Oaks clubhouse,
    4948 W. Crystal Oaks Blvd.,
    Lecanto. The next meeting is
    today. There is a question-
    and-answer session before
    the meeting. For more infor-
    mation, call President Curt
    Henin at 341-5555.
    Civic center to
    start new season
    Hemando Civic Center at
    3848 Parsons Point Road,
    Hernando, will start the sea-
    son Thursday. There will be a
    potluck meal at 6:15 p.m. fol-
    lowed by the meeting at 7
    p.m. Bring a dish to pass and
    your own table service.
    Guest speaker will be John
    Marmish from United Way.
    Subject for the evening will
    be Make a Difference, Pack a
    Pail.
    For more information, call
    Judy at 344-9833.
    CCUP slates
    meeting Oct. 2
    The Citrus County Unit of
    Parliamentarians (CCUP) will
    conduct a regular meeting at
    9:30 a.m. Friday in the recre-
    ation building at Whispering
    Pines Park, Inverness.
    Guests and prospective
    members are welcome to at-
    tend the 9:30 a.m. portion of
    the meeting. For more infor-
    mation, call 341-2864, 726-
    1705 or 527-2599.

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    Homosassa Walmart Bowls for Kids' Sake


    , Special to the Chronicle
    Cindy Fowler and Bowl for Kids' Sake Team Members from Homosassa Walmart Store recently presented Big Brothers Big Sisters with
    a check for $1,500 as their team's donation to this year's fundraiser. IDonations will help Big Brothers Big Sisters serve children with
    professionally supported one-to-one mentoring relationships. Contact Big Brothers Big Sisters for more information at 344-0400 or via
    its Web site at www.bbbspc.org. Back row, from left, are: Joe Monroe, Bowl for Kids Sake co-chairman; Fred Meyers; Lisa Boyer; and
    Bob Preston. Middle row, from left, are: Stacey Sandak; Donna Toscano; Melanie Taylor; Mary Russell; Cindy Fowler, manager of Ho-
    mosassa Walmart; and Sheree Monroe, development director for Big Brothers Big Sisters. Kneeling from left are: Glenn Fowler and Jose




    Casino night benefits Senior Foundation


    Special to the Chronicle

    The Casino Royale opens in Black
    Diamond Saturday, Oct. 10.
    Though it will be only for a night,
    the gambling will be fast and furious
    as the best and the luckiest players
    vie for two top prize Carnival
    cruises, in addition to a whole array
    of other prizes.
    The event is a fundraiser for the
    Citrus County Senior Foundation to
    raise money for the unmet needs of
    Citrus County seniors and will in-
    clude a poker tournament, as well
    as a full casino.
    As a bonus, Donna Blevins, a Cit-
    rus County resident who finished in
    the top four women out of 6,400
    players in the 2007 World Series of
    Poker Main Event Championship,
    will share her skills and insights
    into the game that changed her life.
    She had parlayed her $216 invest-
    ment into $51,000 when she finished


    In addition to the casino, the Texas Hold 'Em
    Tournament will bring
    Las Vegas to Citrus County.


    in the top four.
    For the night's gamblers, there
    will be professional dealers and
    Vegas-style tables, including slots,
    roulette, poker, blackjack and craps.
    The suggested $65 donation gets
    gamblers started with a play money
    stake in the casino. If Lady Luck is
    fickle early, gamblers can buy in
    again for more play dollars. The do-
    nation includes lavish desserts and
    a specialty drink. A $110 donation
    includes a VIP three-course dinner
    with a 5:30 p.m. seating.
    Winnings translate into points
    which are redeemable for tickets for
    drawings for all sorts of prizes, from


    two and three night stays at Ham-
    mock Beach Resort in' Palm Coast
    and golf and sailing outings, to a flat
    screen LCD HD TV and Night on the
    Town packages, to list just a few.
    In addition to the casino, the
    Texas Hold 'Em Tournament will
    bring Las Vegas to Citrus County.
    The grand prize for the biggest win-
    nings in both the casino and for the
    Hold 'Em tournament, is a three-
    night Carnival cruise.
    A suggested donation of ,$100
    brings, a seat at a Texas Hold 'Em
    Tournament table, as well as the
    casino play.
    A donation of $145 includes the


    casino, Texas Hold 'Em Tournament
    and the dinner.
    Doors open at 6 p.m. at the Black
    Diamond Country Club. The tourna-
    ment begins at 7 p.m. and the casino
    openf'tA p.m.
    Advanced tickets are required
    and must be purchased by Thurs-
    day. They can be purchased at the
    Citrus County Resources Center on
    W Marc Knighton Court off County
    Road 491 south of Beverly Hills; at
    Citrus Cardiology at 308 W High-
    land Boulevard in Inverness; and at
    Superior Banks in Beverly Hills, In-
    verness, Dunnellon, Homosassa,
    Brooksyille, and Spring Hill.
    Tickets are also available online
    at www.BigGirlPoker.com. For more
    information, call Cathy Pearson,
    who can arrange purchase of tick-
    ets. For information about the event,
    call Russell Monllos at 703-362-6341
    or e-mail him at ConsultingRuss
    @gmail.com.


    Special to the Chronicle
    Little Miss Lane, a lynx-
    point Siamese mix kitten,
    is a bit shy and timid, but
    her worried expression
    could vanish in the hands
    of a gentle and loving
    owner. She is just one of
    40-plus friendly kittens
    and cats at the Hardin
    Haven who are looking for
    a forever-home. Miss Lane
    and all her associates are
    neutered and have up-to-
    date vaccinations. Adop-
    tion fees for kittens start
    at $75, and cats at $50.
    Visitors are welcome
    from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    weekdays at the Humani-
    tarians Manchester
    House - look for the
    white building with the
    brightly colored paw
    prints - on the corner of
    State Road 44 and Conant
    Avenue, east of Crystal
    River. HOF will also be
    open noon to 4 p.m. Sun-
    day for adoptions only.
    For adoptions, call the
    Humanitarians at 613-1629.


    Drive thru flu shot


    Special to the Chronicle
    Nature Coast EMS R.N. Karen Hubbell gives a flu shot to a
    participant Sept. 10 at the "Drive Thru" flu shot station at
    Nature Coast EMS Administration and Education Building
    on County Road 490 in Lecanto. Customers stayed in their
    vehicles and completed the paperwork, and then received
    their flu shot. Nature Coast EMS is offering flu shots at
    their office (C.R. 490, one block off State Road 44 in
    Lecanto) from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For
    more information, call 249-4707.


    Club sets workshop schedule


    Special to the Chronicle color and tone on tone;,
    Sherman's style is one of
    Citrus Watercolor Club contemporary representa-
    President Norman Freyer ,tinalisim. She sees life as
    announced the schedule of 'one major work of art full of
    workshops for 2009-10 'whimsy and lush color. In
    fall/winter periods. "Water- November- Morton E. Sol-
    color workshops scheduled ,4 bg, -internationally known
    by our program's chairmen wildlife artist from Spring
    over the next few months Hill. Solberg is an artist's
    feature some of the most artist. He is versatile in all
    outstanding watercolorists, mediums. He paints in oil,
    in the United States," said acrylic and watercolor and
    Freyer. "It is really a star- his techniques range from
    studded list of the very best photo-realism to total ab-
    that we can find. This is cer- straction. In December -
    tainly a great opportunity Tom Jones, of Orange City,
    for local watercolor artists nationally recognized for
    to meet, work and learn his colorful techniques in
    from some otthe masters of watercolor landscapes.
    the art," he added. Looking ahead to 2010,
    Visiting artists include: in the list of accomplished
    October - arol Ann Sher- artists continues: Ann Ab-
    man, awardi-winning artist gott in January; Sandy Kin-
    from Delray Beach. Her namon in February; Jean
    paintings are characterized Grastorf in March; and Ken
    by a layering of color oh' ,-Austin in April. In addition


    to presenting demonstra-
    tions at the regular Citrus
    Watercolor Club monthly
    meetings, each of these
    artists will conduct two-day
    workshops. All workshops
    are open to non-members.
    Members of Citrus Water-
    'color Club enjoy a Painting
    of the Month competition,
    have opportunities to show
    and sell their work, take
    workshops and participate
    in monthly sketch/paint-
    outs, etc. For more informa-
    tion or to become a member,
    call Rhonda Hancock at
    (352) 796-0247 or Norman
    Freyer at 382-2657, or check
    our Web site at www.cit-
    ruswatercolorclub.com. The
    Citrus Watercolor Club
    meets at 1 p.m. on the sec-
    ond Friday monthly at the
    First United Methodist
    Church on Pleasant Grove
    Road in Inverness.


    Sois of Norway to celebrate
    i;r , ,


    Special to the Chronicle
    The Sons of Norway
    Lodge 607 will celebrate
    LeifEriksen Day with a cul-
    tural evening at the Holy
    Cross Lutheran Church,
    6139 Spring Hill Drive,
    Spring Hill, at 6:30 p.m. Fri-


    day, Oct 9. A dinner of Lap-
    skaus (Norwegian stew) will
    be served and delicious
    Norwegian desserts.
    Call Grethe at (352) 683-
    7373 or Gail at (727) 863-
    3145 by Oct. 6 for
    reservations. Adults $10,
    children 12 to 16 $5, chil-


    dren younger than 12 free.
    The public is welcome.
    Sons of Norway is an in-
    ternational fraternal soci-
    ety open to persons of
    Scandinavian background,
    affiliation by marriage or
    anyone interested in Nor-
    wegian culture.


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    "Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs" (PG) 1:45
    p.m., 4:40 p.m., 7:05 p.m., 9:20 p.m. No passes.
    "Whiteout" (R) 1:20 p.m., 4:10 p.m., 7:15 p.m.,
    10:05 p.m.
    "Tyler Perry's: I Can Do Bad All By Myself" (PG-
    13) 1 p.m., 4 p.m., 7:10 p.m., 10 p.m.


    p.m., 10:10 p.m.
    "Fame" (PG) 1:20 p.m., 4:20 p.m., 7:20 p.m., 10
    p.m.
    "The Informant" (R) 1:10 p.m., 4:10 p.m., 7:10 p.m.,
    9:50 p.m.
    "Jennifer's Body" (R) 1:45 p.m., 4:45 p.m., 7:45
    p.m., 10:15 p.m.
    "Love Happens" (PG-13) 1:30 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:30
    p.m., 10:05 p.m.
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    4 p.m., 7 p.m., 9:30 p.m. No passes.
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    13) 1:15 p.m., 4:15 p.m., 7:15 p.m., 9:55 p.m.
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    "Surrogates" (PG-13) 1:40 p.m., 4:40 p.m., 7:40 movie listings and entertainment information.
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    help pack a pail


    Special to the Chronicle

    Day of Caring on Make a
    Difference Day is sched-
    uled nationally for Satur-
    day, Oct. 24, and all are
    invited to participate,
    This year's local organiz-
    ers are United Way of Cit-
    rus County, Nature Coast
    Volunteer Center, Publix
    Charities, Citrus County
    Chronicle, Walmart Super
    Center of Inverness, and
    the Health Department To-
    bacco Prevention Division.
    There are more than 300
    homeless individuals in
    our community and many
    families experiencing fi-
    nancial problems due to
    unemployment and fore-
    closed homes. We can
    "make a difference" in
    their lives by providing
    these needy families and
    the homeless with useful
    and basic survival items -
    items that could be packed
    in 5-gallon pails donated by
    Walmart.
    Local groups are asked
    to help fill the pails with
    items such as a 6-foot by 8-


    foot ground tarp, blanket
    and hygiene Items, such as
    tooth brushes and paste,
    deodorant, liquid soap,
    shampoo, feminine hy-
    giene items, handy-wipes,
    razors, travel sewing kit,
    small first aid kit and
    socks. Snack items needed
    are peanut butter crackers,
    fruit cocktail, raisins, nuts
    and trail mix. Other food
    items needed include
    peanut butter, Vienna
    sausages, beanie weenies,
    canned vegetables, mini
    beef ravioli and canned
    meats such as chicken,
    SPAM or tuna. Other emer-
    gency items such as a can
    opener, bottled water,
    flashlight and batteries, tea
    light candles, insect repel-
    lent and sun screen would
    be appreciated.
    The pails will be donated
    to local nonprofits that ei-
    ther feed the hungry or
    provide shelter
    If you would like to pack
    the pails on Saturday, Oct.
    24, either as an individual
    or as a team, call 527-5950'
    to register


    Religion NOTES


    Announcements
    * First United Methodist
    Church of Homosassa's UMW
    Thrift Shop, 8831 W, Brad-
    shaw Blvd, Homosassa, Great
    prices, house wares, toys,
    small appliances, books,
    unique Items, nicely used cloth-
    Ing, and reconditioned comput-
    ers, Shop Is open from 9 a.m,
    to 1 p.m. Thursday, Friday and
    Saturday. Donations accepted
    at sorting room during regular
    hours, Profits to support the
    UMW's local, national and
    global missions,
    * Golden Agers meet at 11
    a.m. the second Tuesday
    monthly at First Baptist Church
    of Floral City, Ages 50 and older
    are welcome to enjoy fun, fel-
    lowship and meeting new
    friends, Speaker or program fol-
    lowed by potluck luncheon at
    noon. Every third month, the
    group goes out for lunch or a
    trip. Not a church-related pro-
    gram. Yearly dues are $2, Call
    726-4296.
    * Faith Baptist Church
    scrapbooking club meets
    from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday in
    the fellowship hall, 6918 S.
    Spartan Ave., Homosassa. Call
    Sharon at 628-4360 or Carolyn
    at 382-7868.
    * Helping Hands Thrift


    Anniversary honors


    Special to the Chronicle
    St. Paul's Lutheran congregation In Beverly Hills recently
    honored Lois and EIroy Umnus at a reception celebrating
    their 60th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Umnus were
    married In a small, picturesque country church In Brown
    County, Wis., and honeymooned at the Wisconsin Dells area.
    They are the parents of two children; one daughter and fam-
    ily who live In Appleton, Wis., and one son and family who
    live In De Pere, Wis. They have three grandchildren and four
    great-grandchildren, who also live in Appleton. Elroy and Lois
    have been very active members at St. Paul's for the past 17
    years, since retiring to this area.


    Store, a ministry of Our Lady of
    Fatima Catholic Church, Is
    open from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    Monday through Saturday at
    5164 S, Florida Ave., In the
    Heath Mini Storage Units. Call
    726-2660,
    * Courage Al-Anon Family
    Group meets at First United
    Methodist Church, 88831 Brad-
    shaw St., Homosassa, For day
    and time, call 270-3827,
    * Meals on Wheels pro-
    gram at First Presbyterian
    Church of Inverness needs vol-
    unteer drivers one to two hours
    weekly to deliver noontime
    meals. Call Fran at 726-0350.
    * Our Lady of Grace Church
    In Beverly Hills Catholic Chari-
    ties Respite Care Program
    has openings for persons in the
    early stages of Alzhelmer's dis-
    ease or related dementia disor-
    ders, from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m.
    Wednesday. Call (800) 242-
    9012, Ext. 22.


    GOT A NEWS TIP?

    * To submit story Ideas
    for feature sections,
    call 563-5660 and
    ask for Cheri Harris.
    Be prepared to leave
    a detailed message.


    To place an ad, call 563-5966


    Classifieds


    ALONE?
    Senior Dating Bureau
    SAFEST since 1977
    Ages 45-90.1-800-
    922-4477 (24hrs) or
    log onto: Respected
    Datlng.com
    GENTLEMAN 5'8" 59 yrs,
    Kind, gentle, physically
    fit. Likes to travel, go
    dancing, Karaoke.
    Wants to meet female
    for permanent con-
    nection. Only 1st time
    respondents need
    apply. Call 8-10am
    419-5018, photo to
    jamesebrown48@
    yahoo.com



    $$ TOP DOLLAR $$
    Paid for Junk Vehicles
    J.W. 352-228-9645
    $$ CASH PAID $$
    Cash for your junk car,
    truck or van
    (352) 634-5389
    CASH PAID all
    vehicles.Trades welcome
    Used PARTS avail
    352-628-9118
    FREE REMOVAL OF
    Garage Sale, Hshold,
    & Furniture Items
    Call 352-476-8949







    PLEASE GIVE THIS
    LOVING DOG A
    GOOD HOME. SHE IS
    A PIT MIX BREED.
    LOOKS TO BE
    ABOUT A YEAR OLD,
    VERY PLAYFUL,
    GREAT WITH OTHER
    ANIMALS AND KIDS,
    SHE NEEDS ROOM
    TO PLAY. WE FOUND
    HER AS A STRAY
    ABOUT TWO
    MONTHS AGO, AND
    WE ARE TIRED OF
    TRYING TO FIND HER
    OWNERS. SHE IS AN
    ABSOLUTE DOLL,
    BUT WE DO NOT
    HAVE THE ROOM TO
    KEEP HER. PLEASE
    'CALL (352)228-0936
    (SORRY ABOUT THE
    VOICEMAIL).


    w/antenna.
    352-628-3464
    CHIHUAHUA
    Very loveable, better
    with adults, not small
    children. (352)
    302-6063; 220-8092
    Excell. Home for any
    unwanted birds, poultry
    U-R unable to care for
    (352) 287-9236
    FREE HOMING PIGEONS
    Show Type. To good
    home. 352-220-3947
    FREE LAWN
    MOWER AND
    FURNITURE.
    563-1561
    FREE RABBITS TO
    GOOD HOMES. All are
    female about 1 yr old, 2
    are wht/black 1 s tan/wht.
    Ready to go-bring .cage.
    Please email me at
    craftylady1956
    @msn.com
    FREE TO GOOD HOME
    7 adorable 8-week old
    kittens. Males/females.
    Litter box trained. Call
    352-503-6040.
    HAVE SOMETHING TO
    GIVE AWAY? -
    Place your
    ad 24 hrs a day.
    Go to:
    chronicleonilne.com
    1 Select Place an Ad
    2 Create an Account
    3 Select Cust. type
    4 Select Heading of
    Special Notices
    5 Select Free
    6 Create Ad
    Kittens
    Tux grey & white, tiger,
    Slamenes
    (352) 748-5260
    MATTRESS
    DOUBLE Pillow top,
    full size, spotless 1 yr old
    (352) 860-0976
    SHEPARD MIX
    male, 8 mths old.
    352-216-6668


    Cat
    Male, Lg. Black and
    white. Lost in the Bev-
    erly Hills area on Sun,
    9/20/09.(352) 249-7952


    male 4 yrs �ld, brown
    w/white markings last
    seen 9/13 Minute man
    & Rockcrusher RD
    (382) 535-5542
    Orange Tabby Cat
    Male, with white paws
    and chest. Walks'
    w/llmp. (352) 212-5097
    SMALL ORANGE COIN
    PURSE with set of keys
    and Rosary Beads.
    795-3732



    AM.STAFF-TERRIER
    MALE FOUND IN IN-
    GLES CALL 726-7660
    REFER TO ID# 8323788
    WHEN CALLING
    FERRET TAN FOUND IN
    LECANTO CALL
    726-7660 REFER TO ID#
    8530529 WHEN
    CALLING.
    HOUND MALE VERY
    TALL FOUND IN INVER-
    NESS CALL 726-7660
    REFER TO ID# 8556822
    WHEN CALLING
    LHASAAPSO MALE
    FOUND IN INVERNESS
    CALL 726-7660 REFER
    TO ID# 8558310 WHEN
    CALLING.
    PIT BULL TERRIER
    FEMALE FOUND IN
    CRYSTAL RIVER CALL
    726-7660 REFER TO ID#
    8524630 WHEN
    CALLING.
    Puppy
    white w/black mark-
    Ings, female found In
    Stonerldge Landings
    (352) 637-0798
    PYTHON SNAKE
    FOUND IN BEVERLY
    HILLS CALL 726-7660
    REFER TO iD# 8564690
    WHEN CALLING
    SHIH-TZU MALE
    FOUND IN INVERNESS
    CALL 726-7660 REFER
    TO ID# 8560737 WHEN,
    CALLING.
    TERRIER FEMALE
    FOUND IN INVERNESS
    CALL 726-7660 REFER
    TO ID# 8560131 WHEN
    CALLING
    WOLF HYBRID FEMALE
    VERY OLD FOUND IN
    CRYSTAL RIVER CALL
    726-7660 REFER TO ID#
    8542181 WHEN
    CALLING



    BANKRUPTCY
    DIVORCES
    CHILD SUPPORT
    352-613-3674

    Precious Paws
    Rescue, Inc.
    www.oreclouspaws
    flortda.com
    352-726-4700
    Adoptions
    Every Saturday
    PetSupermarket
    - Inverness- Hwy 44
    10am-lpm
    Crystal River Mall
    Saturday, Sept, 5
    11am -3pm
    "Rescuing pets
    four paws at the
    time"


    Adoption Locations
    Sept 5th - Petco,
    4475 SW 40th AVE
    Ocala 1PM -3PM
    Sept 12th, 19th, 26th,
    Pet Supermarket,
    Inverness,
    11AM - 2PM
    Sept 26th,
    Bark Central,
    Inverness,
    3PM - 6 PM
    We re-home dogs,

    CAT
    ADOPTIONS









    Come see
    our
    adorable cats and
    kittens that are.
    available for
    adoption.
    We are open
    10:00 A till 3:00 P
    Monday-Friday.
    Adopthathons are held
    every other Sunday
    All Cats and Kittens are
    altered, tested for
    Feline Luk and Aids.
    Up to date on
    vaccines for age
    appropriate.
    Phone 352-613-1629
    Visit us at
    www.hofsoha.ora.
    or stop by our offices
    at 1149 N Conant Ave.
    Corner of44 and
    Conant.
    Look for the big white
    building with the bright
    paw prints.




    A FREE Report of Your
    Home's Value
    www.naturecoaat
    livinu.net

    mlssionncitrus.com
    Citrus counties Only
    Veterans Emergency
    Homeless Shelter
    352-794-3825

    milssionincitrus.com
    Citrus counties Only
    Veterans Emergency
    Homeless Shelter
    352-794-3825




    NANNY
    Needed P/T to F/T
    6:30am til 1:30 pm
    Pease Call
    (352) 400-2704


    SHEAR SISTERS
    Exp. Nail Tech. 55% +
    Bonus. (352) 344-8282



    A CNA in-Facility Prep-
    pin & Testing Center
    CPR & AED included.
    Day-Eve-Wknd Classes
    352-382-EASY; 586-2715
    / us out zoomcitlrus.com
    BE A CNA
    Train & Test With Us.
    Day Evening Classes



    Incl. CPR, AED & Book
    GETYOURCNA.COM
    341-PREP (7737)
    DIAMOND RIDGE
    HEALTH &
    REHAB CENTER
    Now accepting
    applications for F/T or
    P/T, R.N.'s. for our 3-11
    shift, Come In for a
    tour & see what we
    have to offer.
    2730 W. Marcknighton
    Ct. Lecanto, Fl. 34461
    (352) 746-9500


    For Career and
    Test Preparation
    Call 352-564-8378
    CNA TEST PREP
    Tech. CPS. Scholar.
    ships available.
    (352) 341-2311

    F/T PHARMACY
    TECH

    Needed For Busy
    Physician office
    Benefits Include:
    Insurance/401K,
    Competitive salary.
    Fax Resume to:
    (352) 746-6333

    F/T RECEPTIONIST
    For Medical Office
    Please Send Resume
    to P.O. Box 3087
    Homosassa Springs,
    Florida 34447

    Full Time
    Lic. Lab Tech &
    Phlebotomist.

    For busy Physician
    Lab. Competitive
    Salary & Benefits.
    Fax Resume to:
    (352) 746-6333

    MEDICAL
    ASSISTANT

    Front & Back Exp.,
    F/T, computer &
    phlebotomy.
    For busy primary care
    MD Office
    Emall Resume
    wfmaresumes@
    yahoo.com
    or Fax Resume To:
    352-489-5786

    MEDICAL
    RECEPTIONISTS

    F/T, for front & back
    of office. Must have 6
    Mos. to 1 Yr. Exp. In
    Medical Field..
    Fax Resume to:
    (352)-746-1584
    Attention: Elleen

    ONCOLOGY
    PRACTICE IS
    SEEKING A
    F/T R.N.
    Come Join Our
    Teamll Competitive
    Pay, Benefits, & 401K.
    Fax Resume to:
    (352) 746-6333




    EXPERIENCED
    PROPERTY
    MANAGER
    For Homosassa Area
    This Career Position
    Reaulres Strong
    Computer Skillslil
    Must be highly
    organized with
    excellent leadership,
    communication,
    negotiating &
    customer service
    skills. If you have a FI.
    Real Estate Lcense
    & a Can Do Attitude,
    Emall Resume to:
    citrusprooman
    @vahoo.com


    Only Career
    Minded Individuals
    S Need Apply,
    Must Be Self
    Motivated,
    Energetic w/ a
    I Positive Attitude. I
    *Commission Only
    *Unlimited Earning
    Potential, Serious
    Inquiries only. All
    Applicants will have
    a background
    check & Drug Test-
    ing Is
    Enforced.
    Inquire Mon -Fri
    Btwn 10-12 noon or
    1-4pm Phone:
    866-777-1166 or
    352-560-0056



    AC SERVICE TECH
    5 yrs minimum
    experenceas a
    Service Tech, clean
    driver's license required
    CURRIER COOLING
    & HEATING
    4855 S. Suncoast Blvd.
    HOMOSASSA
    AUTOBODY TECH
    Highly exp'd technl-
    clan needed for busy
    colllslon center,
    (352) 628-4878
    COMMERCIAL
    FORM CARPENTER

    Wavecrest Masonry
    INC. Apply within.
    (352) 860-0560








    ELECTRICIANS
    ESI seeks skilled work-
    ers w/exp. In electri-
    cal service work, pole
    lighting, signs & gen.
    bldg malnt. Dr. Lic.
    req'd. Class A or B Is
    a+. Lots of hrs, travel
    & overnight stays.
    Hrly. + OT. Apply 7630
    W. Dunnellon Rd,
    Dunnellon, FL
    fayefla.malnte-
    nance@ollve.com
    No Calls Please



    CAR WASH
    ATTENDANT
    Permanent F/T, reliable,
    hard working & drug
    free. Send resume to:
    Icflarwosh@gmll.com
    CITRUS MAIDS
    Cleaning Person
    needed, Must have
    flex. schedule,
    llc./vechlcle. Exp. a
    plus. Leave message
    (352) 257-0925


    IVIII IIVI II, r

    Apply In person:
    Mon, Wed, Fri
    Inglls Villas, 33
    Tronou
    Dr. Inglis, Fl 34449
    Ph 352-447-0106
    Fax 352-447-1410

    MARKETING
    PROFESSIONAL

    Full Service Marketing
    Firm Seeks Web Mar-
    keting Team Mem-
    bers. Go to: careers.
    leaendarvmarketing.c
    om to learn more.

    P/T ROLL OFF
    DRIVER
    Must be familiar
    w/Lake, Citrus,
    Marion & Hemando
    Counties. Ex. Driving
    and safety record a
    must. Apply in person
    at Job Site Services
    2240 N.Skeeter Terr.
    Hernando











    r Tolftc
    1-866-24-236


    FOR SALE Established
    Consignment Shop lo-
    cated in Citrus County.
    Turn key operation - easy
    to learn, GREAT oppor,
    tunity at a great price,
    Serious Inquiries only
    Call 634-5582
    VERY PROFITABLE
    BAGEL & DELl In Floral
    City. ONLY $59K. Call
    Connie 352-602-3811.
    busessbrokers.com


    25x30x9(3:12 pitch)
    Roof Overhang,
    2-9x7 Garage Doors,
    1 Entry Door, 2 Vents,
    4' Concrete Slab,
    $13.795. INSTALLED
    30x30x9(3:12 pitch)
    Roof Overhang,
    2-9x7 Garage Doors,
    2 Vents, 1 Entry Door,
    4' Concrete Slab
    $14.995. INSTALLED
    35x50x12(3:12 pitch)
    Roof overhang,
    2-10x10 Rollup Doors,
    2 Vents, 1 Entry Door,
    4" Concrete Slab
    $29.995 Installed
    * Fl. Engineered Plans
    * A local FI Manufact.
    * Meets or exceeds
    Florida wind codes.
    * Conc/lnst by others,
    * Many sizes available
    4 We specialize In
    Commercial Buildings
    METAL Structures LLC
    866-624-9160
    Uc # CBC1256991
    www. metal
    structuresllc.com



    ANTIQUE JELLY
    CUPBOARD. $150
    PINE OVAL END TABLE.
    $35. 352-341-0866
    COLLECTOR'S Doll
    late1920's 18" googly
    eyed composition
    horseman doll, org
    dress/shoes exc. cond,
    original box $200
    (352) 726-831 aft 5pm
    TABLE ANTIQUE
    Drop Leaf w/4 cane
    chairs over 85 years
    old, good condition
    $750. (352) 341-0299



    NORMAN ROCKWELL
    PLATES. Set of 4
    (seasons) with Wood
    frames. Like new.
    $120.00 352-476-7516


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    PORTABLE SPA
    Indoor outdoor use
    never been used still in
    box ,cost $900 sell $400
    cash firm 352) 726-2539




    Admiral washer
    and dryer set, $400
    (352) 726-8804
    CHEST FREEZER
    5.8 CU FT white, exc
    cond. $125.
    726-7877
    ELECTRIC DRYER
    Whirlpool electric dryer,
    excellent condition,heavy
    duty $100.00 OBO.
    382-1436 after 11:00 am
    ELECTRIC STOVE
    Great for rental. $50.
    352-344-4182: 697-0136
    FREEZER
    17 cu ft upright, great
    condition $250 obo
    (352) 726-8643

    HEAT PUMP &
    A/C SYSTEMS
    Starting $880
    $1500 Tax Incentive
    & Rebates on Select
    Equipment
    Installation w/permit
    352-746-4394
    Lic.&Ins CAC 057914

    REFRIGERATOR
    2-door, water & ice.
    $350. WASHER & DRYER
    Digital. $600. Have
    more. 352-613-9195
    UPRIGHT FREEZER
    White, 3 yrs old,
    $200/cash.
    352-476-4234
    WASHER & DRYER
    Whirlpool washer- super
    capacity & Dryer - Large
    capacity. Good condition.
    $190/pair 352-637-1613
    Whirlpool Electric Dryer,
    excellent condition,
    White, $100.00 OBO.
    (352) 382-1436
    Whirlpool Upright
    freezer 14.6 cu, ft
    exc. cond $225
    (352) 465-0375
    White 18 cu.ft.
    GE refrigerator, double
    door, frost free. Newer
    model, perfect shape,
    $165. (352) 201-5942


    ESTATE AUCTIONS
    EVERY MONDAY
    Starting 9/28 6:30pm
    Prey: 12-6:30pm
    100s of Model Trains
    Nice Clean Furniture
    Glass Porcelain +More
    Profess App&Llq
    811 US 19 Crstl Rvr
    SOMETHING FOR ALL
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    10" table saw on stand
    HD exc. cond. $125.
    (352) 637-1939
    Complete automotive
    Tool Set & roll cabinet
    for mechanic. All
    Matco, Snap on, ect.
    $6,500.(352) 563-5870
    (765) 730-2281
    CRAFTSMEN 10" Radial
    Arm Saw, $300. obo
    49" Truck Chest Type
    Tool Box, Uke new
    $125.00 (352) 795-3827
    Drill press & HS drills, HD
    Bench vice, Bench
    Emory wheel, $120.
    (352) 637-1939
    Hand compound miter
    saw, 1/2" drill, Skill re-
    ciprocating saw, $55.
    Router with stand & bits,
    7-1/4 Skil saw, $50.
    (352) 637-1939
    HD air compressor on
    wheels, 1/2 impact
    wrench air hammer,
    paint spray guns &
    hose,$125
    (352) 637-1939
    IRON SAWHORSES
    Two heavy welded iron
    sawhorses 8'X 3' $100.00
    352-302-1381








    19" MAGNAVOX
    COLOR TV Great extra
    TV for bedroom or porch.
    Analog receiver. $25.
    Call 352-628-0447.
    TV's
    50" RCA, DLP $400.
    51" Phillips, big screen
    $400. 46" Samsung DLP,
    $350.(352) 201-2911


    COMPUTER DOCTORS
    1/2 Mi. S.E. Inv. Walmart
    Computer sales/repair
    X-Box 360(352)344-4839
    DIESTLER COMPUTER
    New & Used systems
    repairs. Visa/ MCard
    352-637-5469
    Standup Arcade
    Game "QUARTERBACK"
    Works $100
    352-257-5575



    2 OUTDOOR WOOD
    ROCKING CHAIRS Wide
    Seat. Very nice. $120 for
    both. 352419-5535
    GLASS TOP PATIO SET
    w/4 Chairs. Green/Beige.
    $80 352-419-5539
    Inverness
    PATIO FURNITURE
    COVER. Heavy Duty, fits
    oblong table & 6 chairs,
    never been used. $75.00.
    352-476-7516
    PATIO SET
    5 pcs. 48" glass top
    table, 2 swivel rockers
    & 2 straight chairs
    w/cushions $95
    (352) 344-8445



    3 PC GLASS TOP
    DOLPHIN TABLES,
    SOFA AND
    BULLY BAR
    3pc glass top Dolphin
    Tables all w/glass tops
    Excellent condition $200,
    Dual Vibrating Reclining
    Multi Color Sofa $125
    Good Condition.
    Also Bully Bar with
    lights for Compact
    Truck or SUV
    New $100
    352-344-4553
    7 Pcs UvingRm Set
    Burgundy love seat &
    sofa, part/glass top
    coffee tab2 glass top
    end tab 2 burg match
    lamps $899 628-2743
    3PC LIVING ROOM SET
    pecan & It brwn w/ac-
    cent chair, pillows.
    $550. Rocker Recliner
    Ashley Durapella, olive
    green $175 746-9392
    A TODDLER BED,
    WHITE METAL FRAME
    with Mattress and Side
    Rails. $30. 352-419-5535
    Inverness


    m
    Bedroom Set
    6 Pcs, Traditional
    Lexington Q bedset
    armoire, dresser w/mirror
    2 night tables $950.
    5pcs. White alum. patio
    set 52" shattered proof
    table w/ 4 sling back
    chair. 2 rockers 2 stand-
    ard $50. (352) 527-3286
    BEDS , BEDS - BEDS
    Factory Outlet Store
    TOP Natn'l Brands
    50%-70% OFF RETAIL
    Twin $119: Full $159:
    Qu. $199; King $249
    Call 795-6006
    CHAIRS, two, rust color,
    velvet $30 each. Fold-
    ing chairs, four, canvas,
    $5 each Like new,
    (352) 419-4066
    Computer Desk
    all natural cherry wood
    4.5x2.5 w/drawers
    really nice $300
    (352) 220-5294
    COUCH, CHAIR & OT-
    TOMAN Dark brown mi-
    crofiber. Great condition!
    $250. 352-464-5657
    CRAFTMATIC BED
    Single, w/vibratlon &
    massage. $300
    352-220-5294
    Custom Made Wall
    Unit fits 44" V, drawers
    & lighted shelves,
    9' h x 11 'w, 5 pieces
    a Sacrifice $1500
    (352) 382-4403
    DINING ROOM SET
    table 6 chairs &
    hutch$800
    sofa bed, love seat &
    3 tables $200.
    (352) 302-4024
    DRESSER 9 drawers,
    solid wood, off white,
    6' long, $75 Call
    352-586-8574.
    ESTATE AUCTIONS
    EVERY MONDAY
    Starting 9/28 6:30pm
    Prev: 12-6:30pm
    100s of Model Trains
    Nice Clean Furniture
    Glass Porcelain +More
    Profess App&iq
    811 US 19 Crsti Rvr
    SOMETHING FOR ALL
    chardlefudge.com
    795-2061 13%bp -3%csh
    C Fudge AB1131/AU1593
    Futon
    Uke new, upgraded
    mattress and 2 pillows.
    $150. Computer
    Desk 2 tier, $50.
    (352) 527-7487
    LARGE COMPUTER
    DESK. Corner. Walnut
    $125/obo
    352-436-4090
    LARGE ITALIAN LEATHER
    4-plece SECTIONAL
    Incliner one end,
    chaise other end
    w/dble sleeper. $1500.
    /obo. 352-794-3057
    Leather Love Seat
    Rocker Recliner Brown,
    Exc. cond Cost new
    $1100 asking $425.
    (870) 656-2935
    LOVE SEAT
    All leather, black, very
    good condition $200.
    352-795-4878
    MICROWAVE/TV CART
    ON WHEELS Rattan
    & Wood, off-white, 2
    shelves and cabinet
    underneath, $25
    Call 586-8574.
    Preowned Mattress
    Sets from Twin $30; Full
    $40.Qn $50; Kg $75.
    628-0808
    QUEEN BED Four
    Poster Canopy Frame,
    solid Brass. $125.00
    352-476-7516


    CLASSIFIED



    RECLINERS (2), Match-
    ing dark green swivel,
    rocking recliners, $50.00
    each. 352-382-0953
    SECTIONAL SLEEPER
    SOFA, DESK/HUTCH
    4 pc Sectional sleeper
    sofa (mauve) in good
    condition $250 Large
    Corner desk/hutch $75
    Contemporary abstract
    painting (pastels) $50.
    Call 637-4024
    SOFAAND LOVE
    SEAT, Thomasville sofa
    & matching love seat,
    dark green/beige strip,
    $100 ea. or $175.00 for
    bdth. 352-382-0953
    Sofa
    Leather beige w/2 built
    in recliners & love seat
    new$1700 asking $600
    like new condition.
    S (352) 795-4331
    SOFA W/CHAIR $100
    LOVE SEAT $30.
    352-341-4358 after 6pm
    Sugarmlll Woods
    Moving Sale 382-2871
    Pair of Maroon Lamps,
    ceramic. w/Maroon
    shades $50/offer. Two
    Antique Brass Lamps,
    $100/offer.
    Sugarmill Woods Mov-
    WICKER: 4PC SET
    Includes Sofa, 2chalrs,
    coffee Table. ULight
    Yellow color,
    Gd Cond $100
    TEAL LEATHER SOFA
    BED and matching
    double recliner. Excel-
    lent condition $500.
    382-5275
    TODDLER BED
    White with mattress!!
    USED but in GREAT con-
    dition!!l ONLY $100 or
    abo. Call 352-634-2414
    Wicker Floral pattern
    sofa,love seat swelvel
    chair 2 end tables &
    1 coffee table 2 lamps
    and matching Dinrm
    set round table glass
    top 4 chairs $1,200 Like
    new will separate.
    (352) 522-1048
    WINE CABINET BAR
    Solid Marble Top, 5L x 3H
    x 20"D.Beautiful cond.
    $200.00 352-476-7516
    YOUR FURNITURE
    DONATIONS
    SUPPORTS THE PATH
    HOMELESS SHELTER
    Call (352) 746-9084



    14" ELECTRIC POULAN
    CHAIN SAW $40.
    Walking golf pull cart
    $15. 746-9483
    LIKE NEW PUSH

    6.75,21 "cut,bagger, high
    rear wheel,hardly used
    $140. 352-634-1882
    RIDING LAWNMOWER
    Runs & Mows Goodl
    $350.'
    (352) 601-5053
    TROY-BILT LAWN
    MOWER self propelled
    18 inch cut dial height ad-
    justment extra blade
    99.00 352-382-5275




    BEVERLY HILLS
    OUR LADY OF
    GRACE CHURCH
    HUGE SALE!
    Sept. 26th. 8A./2P.
    6 Roosevelt Blvd.


    CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


    CITRUS HILLS
    Lg 2 Family Sale
    Fri Sat & Sun 7-2p
    136 N. Fresno Ave
    CITRUS SPRINGS
    Fri, & Sat. 8A./12P.
    1518 W. St. Elizabeth PI.
    CRYSTAL RIVER 10045
    W Riverwood Dr,Sat/Sun
    8-1; fishing tackle, bikes,
    household and more.
    CRYSTAL RIVER
    Sat & Sun 9-3
    805 N. Hollywood Cir.
    Twin beds, wicker furn.,
    recliner, TV's, dining
    hutch, clothing,
    bric-a- brac & more.
    CRYSTAL RIVER
    Sat. 8A./2P. Collec.
    Barbies, & Elmo. Baby
    Items & misc. 9410 W.
    Milwaukee Ct.
    DUNNELLON
    Rainbow Lakes Estates
    Fri. & Sat. 7A./3P.
    3718 S.W. Dolphin St.
    FLORAL CITY
    Sat Only 8-? HUGEL
    9184 S. Znmar Dr.
    HOMOSASSA
    Big Sale,Sat. 8A./2P.
    1702 S.Gettysburg Dr.
    Off of Rock Crusher Rd.
    HOMOSASSA
    Fri., Sat. & Sun.9A./3P.
    Corner of Springbreeze
    & Blue Sky.
    HOMOSASSA
    Sat &Sun 9-? lots of
    tools hsehld Items,
    Indoor/outdoor turn
    6860 W. Rosedale dr
    HOMOSASSA
    SPRINGS
    Fri. & Sat. 8A./4P.
    7065 W. Thatcher Lane
    INVERNESS
    Fri. & Sat.8A./? 7331
    E. Gospel Island Rd.
    PINE RIDGE IN
    BEVERLY HILLS 5913 N
    Rosewood Dr FINAL
    MOVING SALE RAIN
    OR SHINE Fri
    9/25+Sat 9/26 8-2p
    WOODLAND TERRACE
    Multi family sale
    Sat 6:30 am-?
    All proceeds go to the
    resident fund.
    124 W.Norvell Bryant
    Hwy. Hernando




    BEVERLY HILLS
    Fri. & Sat. 7A./3P.Entire
    Contents of Home.
    210 S. Harrison St.
    ESTATE AUCTIONS
    EVERY MONDAY
    Starting 9/28 6:30pm
    Prev: 12-6:30pm
    100s of Model Trains
    Nice Clean Furniture
    Glass Porcelain +More
    Profess App&Uq
    811 US 19CrstlRvr
    SOMETHING FOR ALL
    charliefudge.com
    795-2061 13%bp-3%csh
    C Fudge AB1131/AU1593
    SMW ESTATE SALE
    Sat & Sun 9-2pm
    19 Fiddlewood Ct
    SM Woods (Cypress
    Blvd@ main entrance,
    go past Country Club-
    Left.on Cypress Blvd E
    Left at 3rd St. Left at
    1Ist Street)



    Wood Chipper
    6 Hp. Tecumseh,
    Industrial, commercial,
    $200. (352) 201-5273


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    P ,,'2' POOL FILTER
    4CATRIDGES 10' X 24"
    nicely. Very good
    condition. $15 each.
    ; (352)637-4694
    1'i2 WET N WILD
    TICKETS water park in
    Orlando. Good until
    12/31/09. No black out
    dates $25 each 628-4429
    3 BLACK METAL PAD-
    DED BAR STOOLS Cost
    $150 each. All for $150.
    4th stool free/needs up-
    holstered. 352-419-5535
    4 General tires
    LT225/75R 17
    $25. each
    (352) 489-0194
    35 MM SLIDE SCANNER
    5 mega pixel. Scans
    slide to computer,
    save to disk. $100
    352-860-2131
    16X16 PORCELAIN
    TILE Upgrade Tile nice
    beige color approx. 120
    sq ft. can e-mail pics
    $200. 352-634-1882
    24" PET EXERCISE
    PEN 8-2' X 2' SEC-
    TIONS $20, PULL
    GOLF CART $20.
    352-527-8999
    9' WOODEN CLOTH
    UMBRELLA $40, COL-
    LAPSIBLE UMBRELLA
    CLOTHESLINE $10.
    352-527-8999
    A Genuine UGG
    HANDBAG/PURSE,
    Ruby Color. New w/Tags.
    Pd $280. Sell for $150.
    352-419-5535 Inverness
    Above ground pool,
    18FT round, good
    condition, $300
    (352) 726-44041
    BEDS 4* BEDS %% BEDS
    Factory Outlet Store
    TOPeNatn'l Brands
    50%-70% OFF RETAIL!
    Twin $119: Full $159;
    Qu. $199; King $249
    Coll 795-6006
    . -BOAT PROPELLER
    : ' rt, ,.-r.1 .:- ' ,p to
    140hp,V4 gear case.
    -13%1 X 15 $100
    (352) 564-2746


    BUNK BED AND
    COLLECTION OF
    LITTLEST PET SHOPPE
    Frame black metal,
    fullsize bottom,twin top,
    includes mat tresses
    $99.00. Large collection
    of Littlest Pet Shoppe
    $65.00 or OBO Call
    637-5537
    CALLAWAY BIG BER-
    THA FUSION DRIVER,
    10 DEGREE $100, GOLF
    BAG $15. 352-527-8999
    CARDBOARD BOXES
    Good Condition, used for
    moving household goods.
    $35. for all. 352476-7516
    CERAMIC TILES
    Americea, white 12x12.
    352 sq ft. $200.
    352-795-4674
    CHILD'S RECLINER
    Teal Color. Excellent
    Condition. $30.
    352-419-5535 Inverness
    Chipper/Shreader
    Briggl & Stratton, MTD,
    5Hp. $195.
    Treadmill
    Pro Form Cross Walk.
    $195.(352) 628-1029
    COFFEE TABLE Dark
    wood large square coffee
    table with storage;
    $50.00. 352-464-5657
    CONTOUR ELECTRIC
    CHAIR. Leather.
    Paid $1500; Sell $200
    352-382-2002
    Desk $50.
    Chest of Drawers $25.
    (352) 341-5247
    Dresser w/mirror
    & shelves $95. Chest 10
    drawers together,$75.
    746-0714 delivery poss.
    ELECTRIC PUTTING
    CUP $15,GOLF
    STARTER SET 6 CLUBS
    $25. 352-527-8999
    ELECTROLUX Bar-B-Q
    grill, 57"w, deluxe, s/s,
    sear, s. bum, EZ clean,
    cart, b.i. was $3,500 ,4
    mos. old. Will sacrifice for
    $975. 813-300-7929
    Sugarmlll Woods
    Entertainment
    Center Oak. $600.
    Hutch $200.
    (352) 341-5247


    MW w~7


    26 YRS EXP. Tree Serv.
    Removal, stump grind,
    trim, mowing, mulch.
    Tom (352) 726-1875
    A TREE SURGEON
    Lic. & Ins. Exp'd
    friendly serve. Lowest
    rates Free est.
    352-860-1452
    All Tractor/Dirt
    Service - Land clear,
    bushhog, tree/debris
    removal. 352-302-6955
    / us out zoomcitrus.com
    DOUBLE J STUMP
    GRINDING, Mowing,
    Hauling,Cleanup,
    Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852
    OSBORNE'S
    Lawn/Tree/Shrub
    Quality Work Free Est.
    LOWEST
    RATES GUARANTEED!
    Lic (352) 400-6016 Ins
    R WRIGHT TreeService
    Tree removal, stump
    grind, trim, Ins.& Lic
    0256879 352-341-6827



    Personal Tech. Trainer
    Computer, Internet.
    Windows XP & Micro
    Soft Office Training.
    (352) 560-3300



    COMPUTER DOCTORS
    1/2 Mi. S.E. Inv. Walmart
    Computer sales/repair
    X-Box 360(352)344-4839
    DIESTLER COMPUTER
    New & Used systems
    repairs. Visa/ MCard
    352-637-5469
    On-Site Same Day
    Service Available
    *All Computers
    *Affordable Rates
    * Certified Tech's
    * Networking
    *Virus/Spyware/
    Pop- Removal
    (352) 341-4150
    www.fastteks.com


    Accounting and Tax.
    Business and Personal.
    Robin Woodbury,
    CPA, 352-201-2554
    rwoodburycpa@aol.com




    Chris Satchell Painting
    & Wallcovering.
    work fully coated. 30 yrs.
    E Ep. Exc. Ref. Ins.
    352-795-6533
    352-464-1397
    CALL STELLAR BLUE
    All Int./ Ext. Painting
    Needs. Lic. & Ins. FREE
    EST (352) 586-2996
    3rd GENERATION SERV-
    ICE Int./ Ext. Painting,
    LIc/Ins. FREE Estimate
    (352) 201-0658
    DAVID RODGERS
    lic/ins... Int/Ext. repaints
    Satisfaction Guar,
    20 yr ex 352-212-3160








    FERRARO'S
    Painting Service
    Int/Ext. Free Est. Press
    Cleanin 352 465-6631
    INTERIOR/EXTERIOR
    & ODD JOBS. 30 yrs
    J. Hupchick Lic.ins.
    (352) 726-9998

    ing, press.washing
    home repairs & free est
    697-2773 423-0369




    Let Us Sell Your
    Clean Used Boat.
    Three Rivers
    Marine.
    (352) 563-5510


    PHIL'S MOBILE MARINE
    28 yrs. exp. Certified
    Best prices/guaranteed
    352-220-9435
    check out zoomcltrus.com




    AT YOUR HOME
    Mower & Generator
    Repairs. 352-220-4244
    Lic#99990001273
    Mower Repair,
    Hernando. Pick up &
    delivery, Don Mead
    352- 400-1483





    The Tile Man
    Bathroom remodel
    Specializing n hand
    cap. Lic/ns. #2441.
    352-634-1584




    My name Is Kim
    I have been a care
    giver fr 25 yrs, looking
    for elderly person who
    needs daily care, my
    services include cook-
    ing, light cleaning,
    bathing, trips to Doctor,
    Grocery etc.Serious
    Inqurles only, Dally care
    only, non live-In
    Lots of TLC352-547-9186




    Kelko's Cleaners
    Citrus Uic.#36501
    Japanese Cleaning
    352-860-1887
    NANCY'S CLEANING
    "A Touch of Class"
    Full Line of Services
    (352) 464-3661

    SPIFFY IN A JIFFY
    At Your Servicel
    Licensed & Preferred
    352-560-7936


    Affordable CABINETS
    & COUNTER TOPS
    Custom or Resurface
    352-586-8415




    ROGERS Construction
    New Homes & All
    Construction (352)
    637-4373 CRC1326872



    SUBURBAN IND. INC.
    Screen rms, rescreens,
    siding, carports, rfovers,
    wood decks, fla rms,
    windows, garage scrns
    628-0562 (CBC1257141)



    CALL STELLAR BLUE
    All Int./ Ext. Painting
    Needs. Lic. & Ins. FREE
    EST (352) 586-2996
    Citrus Roof Cleaning
    No press used/3yr warr.
    Screens/Drvwys/More
    Uc/ins. 352-270-3927







    PICARD'S Pressure
    Cleaning & Painting
    Roofs w/no pressure, etc
    ic/ins........ 352-341-3300



    #1 TECHNOLOGIES
    All Home Repairs.
    Also Phone, Cable, Lan
    & Plasma TV's Installed,
    pressure wash & gutters
    Lic. 5863 (352) 746-3777
    #1 HOME SOLUTIONS
    Press Wash, paint,
    repairs, ceilings, baths,
    low rates, exc. refs.
    Uc# 260098 Call Don,
    (352) 634-0171


    Andrew Joehl
    Handyman.
    Gen/Maint/Repairs
    Pressure cleaning.
    Lawns/Gutters. No job
    too'small!Reli able ,ins.
    0256271 352-465-9201

    A HANDYMAN
    If Its Broke, Jerry Can
    Fix It. Housecleaning
    also. 352-201-0116 Uc.'








    FAST AFFORDABLE
    RELIABLE! Most repairs
    Free Est., Lic#0256374
    M (352) 257-9508 M




    #1 A+TECHNOLOGIES
    All Home Repairs.
    Also Phone, Cable, Lan
    & Plasma TV's Installed.
    pressure wash & gutters
    LIc. 5863 (352) 746-3777
    ANNIE'S ELECTRIC
    Res./Commercial
    Beveriy Hills Area.
    Husband & Wife
    Team.(352) 341-5952
    EC-13002696
    BRIGHT ELECTRICAL
    Res./Comm. Lic & Ins.
    $45/hr. Service Calls
    352 -302-2366
    DUN-RITE
    ELECTRIC INC.
    Elec/Serv/Repairs
    New const. Remodel
    Free Est 726-2907
    EC13002699




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


    A-1 Hauling, Cleanups,
    garage clean outs, trash,
    lawn maint. fum. & misc.
    Mark (352) 287-0767
    C.J.'S Sm.Local Moves
    Furniture, clean-outs,
    Dump runs & Brush
    726-2264/201-1422

    Fencing^


    Comm/Res. 628-4002
    Aaron's Fence
    Free Estimates.
    795-7373
    OSBORNE'S
    Lawn/Tree/Shrub
    Quality Fence Work Free
    Est. LOWEST
    RATES GUARANTEED/
    Lic (352) 400-6016 Ins






    Ins (352) 270-1150



    AAA ROOFING
    Fre est. 30 yrs exp.
    352-563-0411ccc057537
    John 'Gordon Roofing
    Inc. Expert work at a
    fair price. Repair's to
    Complete Roofs.







    Decorative concreteali
    Free est. 352-302-9269







    Landscape curbing
    BIANCHI CONCRETE
    Driveways-Patlos-
    Sidewalks. Estimates
    Lic#2579/lns, 257-0078

    River rock resealing
    344-4209 (Uc.6960)


    Father & Son
    Decorative Concrete
    textures, Stamp,spray
    crack repair,staining
    & Garage Floors
    352-527-1097
    ROB'S MASONRY
    & CONCRETE Slabs,
    Driveways & tear outs
    Tractor work, All kinds
    .Lic. #1476, 726-6554




    Remodeling, kitchens
    baths, ceramic tile &
    tops. Decks, Garages
    Handyman Services
    40 Yrs Exp. crc058140
    344-3536; 563-9768




    A Cutting Edge
    Tile Job
    Showers. F/rs etc
    (352) 422-2019
    Lic. #2713, Insured.




    COUNTYWIDE DRY-
    WALL - 25 years exp.
    For all your drywall needs
    Ceiling & Wall Repairs.
    Lic/ins. 352-302-6838




    Affordable Top Soil,
    Dirt, Rock, Stone
    Driveways/Tractor work
    341-2019 or 257-1562
    *TOP SOIL SPECIAL*
    3 Yd-$60/ 5 Yd $85
    7 Yd $105/20 Yd $275
    352-302-6436




    All Tractor/Dirt
    Service - Land clear,
    bushhog, tree/debris
    removal. 352-302-6955
    /us out zoomcltrus.com


    r 1 FallSpecia,
    Any Cut Up To I
    S Acre. $25.00
    Residential Only.
    Barkers Lawn
    Service
    (352) 232-8166

    DUN-RITE LAWN SERV
    Lic & Ins Clean up,,
    Full Service
    (352) 344-2681
    check zoomcitrus.com

    Lawn Care 'N' More
    Mow, clean up
    brushes, beds
    Friendly Service since
    1991
    Residential/Commr
    (352) 726-9570
    check zoomcitrus.com

    OSBORNE'S
    Quality Work - Free
    Est. LOWESTRATES
    352-400-6016 LIc/lns

    STEVE'S LAWN SERVICE
    Mowing & Trimming
    Clean up, Lic. & Ins.
    (352) 797-3166




    POOL BOY SERVICES
    Total Pool Care
    Decorative Concrete
    U 352-464-3967 *



    r m , R
    - SMobile" RV Service
    I Mtr Hms-5th wh-Rv's I
    | Master tech-586-5870
    Storage Available





    DRY OAK FIREWOOD
    Split, 4 X 8 Stack $80
    delivered/stacked.
    352-344-2696


    ENTERTAINMENT
    CENTER Wood with
    doors at bottom. $25.
    352419-5535 Inverness
    FLAVIA FUSION COF-
    FEE MACHINE New.
    Tea, Coffee, Cappuccino,
    Hot Chocolate $80.
    352-419-5535 Inverness
    GE WASHER Super
    Capacity Plus, 7 years
    old, Good Condition.
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    2002i-ONDA ACCORD CPE Leather, 40K Miles.$10,495
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    2008 KIA RIO LX Auto.................................... $11,987
    2009 KIA RONDO LX Crossover................. $14,985
    2006 4A SEDONA LX Stow N Go............ $10,995
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    2009 KIA OPTIMA LX 4 Cyl........................$14,987
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    4 drawer underdresser.
    $400. 55 GALLON
    AQUARIUM Complete
    freshwater, No stand.
    $150. 352-637-0397
    Ladies bike like new, $30
    oak, antique swivel desk
    chair $50 352-527-1485
    NICE 9 DRAWER LONG
    DRESSER $75.00 or
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    call 352-341-4847.
    Party Tents (2)
    20 x 30, new vinyl tops,
    no poles in centers
    $1500 each
    (352) 726-1900 (days)
    PET CARRIER TRAVEL
    Handbag type, folds out
    to a bed, all padded.
    Brand new w/tags.
    $39.00 352-476-7516.
    PET CARRIER, RED
    Never been used, for
    small Pets. Looks like
    a Handbag, $30.00.
    352-476-7516
    PET HOME PORTABLE
    TRAINING KENNEL
    42x28x31 with plastic tray
    45.00 firm 352-382-5275
    Pool Table American
    Heritage 8' x 4' Deluxe,
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    Clawfoot legs, Dark
    Hard Wood. $800/Bst
    Offer 447-8009
    QUILTING FRAME
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    in 3 different lengths,
    excellent condition,
    accessories, $400 firm.
    (352) 382-1995
    RADIO FLYER WAGON
    Outdoor Heavy Plastic, 2
    sweater with door & han-


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    age space, 53"L x18Wx
    28"H. Exc. cond. $200
    352-746-1108
    Refrigerator
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    22 Cu. Ft. side by side
    w/ice & water. Bisque
    coloredlike new.$250.
    (352) 563-1185
    RODS & REELS (2)
    Salt water, Penn
    Senator 4/0& Penn
    Senator 3/0 reels both
    on ricky of MIAMI 6 ft
    rods $100 ea
    (352) 489-3914
    ROUND DANCING DVD
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    Cost $48.00 Sell $24.00.
    Call Ruth 352-382-1000
    SCOOTER (Fold &
    Drive) used once!
    Great for elderly.
    Charge lasts 6 hrs.
    Exc. condOr. Or. $1800,
    Sacrifice $650.
    FUTON Solid dark
    wood. Beautiful. Co-
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    Nights bed topper.
    $150. 352-503-6092
    Set of Tires, Uniroyal's
    P 215/70 R15. $60.
    27" TV. $50.
    (352)341-5247
    SHARPER IMAGE
    HEADPHONES $25,
    RUBBERMAID MOP
    & BUCKET $30.
    352-527-8999
    SOLAR POOL COVER
    12x24 oval can cut to
    any sizeused one sea-
    son paid $100. sell $40.
    352-382-0069
    SPORTS ITEM signed,
    framed Bob Feller
    picture/papers $90/best
    offer 352-382-1436
    Staghorn Fern
    Huge,12 yrs.old. $200.
    Hog Feeder Trough
    Good Cond. $25.
    (352) 344-0678
    STOCK WATER TANK
    100 gallon Rubbermaid
    stock watering tank with
    drain plug $50.00
    352 860-1008
    STORAGE UNITS (2)
    3 DRAWERS 73" long
    21 "dp 9/4hi use under
    bed stack or whatever
    $75.(352) 489-3914
    Swimming-Pool
    Above ground, 24'
    must take down. $250.
    (352) 637-1579
    Swivel Rocker $50.
    Quilt Rack $20.
    (352) 341-5247
    THIS IS THE ORIGINAL
    MARGARITA MIXER.
    Also makes slushies.
    New $300, Sacrifice
    $150. SPA IN A BOX
    Exc. cond. all chemi-
    cals incl'd. Check it
    outi $400/neg.
    Other various house-
    hold Items available
    352-503-6092 Iv msg
    Tilt Trailer, $400.
    Kitchen Table/4 wicker
    chairs. $100. Gas Weed
    Wacker, $75. Hutch,
    $30. Microwave Oven
    $20. Vacuum Cleaner,
    $20. (352) 628-6374
    TRUNDLE BED
    twin $100. fish tank100+
    gal In wood cab. $200.
    Gizelle $25.
    (352)447-3818
    TWIN BED mattress,
    boxspring, and frame
    clean. $75 obo
    352 270-3641
    WET OR DRY
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    new in box pd $99
    asking $60 call after
    1 lam(352) 489-3914
    WHIRLPOOL GLASS TOP
    STOVE. Exc cond. $200
    LARGE TABLE/DESK
    solid oak. $75.
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    Salon Equipment
    Lg. L-shapped nail desk
    $75.00.(352) 637-1859



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    Pride Elite GoGo,
    3 wheel, New
    Condition, $380.
    352-637-1613
    LIFT CHAIR
    Blue, 3 position. Fully
    padded/overstuffed
    arms. Exc. condition.
    $400. 352-563-2728
    Power Chair
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    (352) 746-0118
    WALKER & IV POLE
    Walker, 2 wheel, foldable,
    $25. IV Pole, 4 wheel,
    $15. Like New.
    352-637-1613
    WHEEL CHAIR with
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    (MEDLINE). Good
    Condition. $100.
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    Vintage coins/currency
    352- 302-8159




    Intelligent KEYBOARD
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    all accessories $550.
    352-634-5544
    Small Fender Guitar
    amp. $40. Small
    music keyboard
    $5.352-419-4464



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    island, $175; bulbs, used
    $8.00 total. Call 382-3847
    Currier and Ives
    Pattern, service for
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    $350.(352) 465-6597


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    Corba stablizer, peep, M. pL
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    rows $150.352-201-4737
    BERETTA 25 CAL PISTAL Fem
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    8+1. 4.5" length, 2.5"
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    352-746-5421
    Browning Buckmark
    22 Pistol, w/extras $290. 1- '0
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    C/Carry Taurus (
    PT-145 Millennium . D
    Pro SS 3m
    A.45 acp W/Laser Rail. All
    Newn original case. $275.
    $495.00 Proper ID or KITl
    CCW 422-6533 Inver
    Concealed Weapons of difl
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    TITAN, ORGITER, WILSON -
    BAG & Misc. $45.00 ALL S
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    Jennings Reliant like Malte
    new, all the extras,
    $100. 12FT tree stand, pu
    homemade and heavy, (
    $35. (352) 209-6704
    MEN'S GOLF CLUBS
    POWERBUILT by FUZZY F
    ZOELLER. 13 PC plus ct
    BAG & Covers $125.00 $20
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    P-.380 SEMI-AUTO Whiti
    PISTOL 2 mags,clip CK
    holster,matte black $100 All
    352-634-1882
    PELLET RIFLE pump $S
    177. caliber with precision 1 n
    scope powerful 45.00 white
    firm 352-382-5275 . raise
    Reel & Rod ren
    Penn Senator 6-0, $150.
    Two Ambassador Reel 390
    & Rods. $150. for both B
    or will split. All like new.
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    2-Octopus. $500 for all
    or will separate,
    352-795-1816
    Smith & Lesson
    Model 457 Automatic
    45 ACP, NRA Exc. like
    new, blue, extra clip, ID
    Req. Firm $425. Dollars.
    (352) 489-0582
    Total Gym '"
    Chuck Norris, new.
    $400. (352) 522-1961
    WE BUY GUNS
    On Site Gun Smithing
    (352) 726-5238
    WOMEN GOLF
    CLUBS. PRO-MAKER
    RAM, 3-5-7-Irons plus 1-3
    Woods & Bag. $35.00.
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    14.5' X 6.3 LANDSCAPE
    TRAILER Like new, dou-
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    rilla lift. Extra steel mesh
    cage for tools. $1,400.00
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    5X10 TRAILER
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    info. 352-527-2085
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    ENCLOSED 22' CARGO
    TRAILER 2005 EXPRESS,
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    brakes, generator, A/C,
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    female, puppy
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    1-fern, 1-males. Cute as
    can bel $400/up,
    Shots/wormed/hcert.
    10 wks. 352-586-5747:
    352-586-5746
    Yorkshire Puppies
    Mini, AKC reg.Health
    cert. Will be 8 wks.
    9/11/09. 2 girls $850.
    each. 2 boys, $750.
    Tails cropped each,
    (352) 464-1940



    HAY FOR SALE
    30 Rolls
    Tifton 44, $65.00 each
    (352) 628-6271

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    CR Riv./Hernando
    RENT/SALE 2 BR's,
    Ist./Ist./dep. No Pets,
    352-795-5410
    CRYSTAL RIVER
    2/1 $575/mo
    352- 795-9537
    or 352-586-9259.
    CRYSTAL RIVER
    2/1 Unfurn. No dogs,
    $475/Sec352-447-6016
    CRYSTAL RIVER
    2/2, $425. Mo. + Sec.
    DUNNELLON
    2/2 $400. Mo. + Sec.
    (727) 480-5512
    DUNNEL-
    LON 3/2DWcn
    farm,
    fenced. Rent reduced
    for PT Farm help. Call
    for details. 274-5413
    FLORAL CITY
    2/2, fla rm & scrn
    porch, $600/mo +
    security. 476-2797
    HERNANDO
    3/2 DW, $575/mo
    Ist/sec, pets ok
    (352) 344-3138
    HOMOSASSA
    1& 2 Br furn & Unfurn .
    In beautiful park w/pool.
    No Pets. 352- 628-4441
    HOMOSASSA
    2/1, Very clean, quiet
    area, V2 ml from Hwy 19
    $450 f/l/s(352) 628-4121
    352-207-2834
    HOMOSASSA
    3/2 -D/W $650 mo.,, st,
    last. sec. Very nice
    home. Ask for Walter
    (561) 248-4200
    HOMOSASSA
    Lg. 3/2 D.W. $650. Mo.
    + Sec.(352) 503-6747
    (352) 628-1928
    HOMOSASSA
    Lg. 3/2, $725. Mo.
    Sm. 2/1, $350. Mo. No
    pets. (352) 637-1142
    (352) 220-1341
    INVERNESS
    1st Month Freel

    1BA, $450, also fully
    furn in clwater & grass
    mowing. 352-476-4964
    INVERNESS
    2/1 Scm. Prch. Fenc'd
    yrd,st./Lst/Sec.$450.
    No pets (352) 726-4842
    INVERNESS 2/1%2
    RENT/RENT TO OWN
    SW, Fenced, CHA,
    screened porch, car-
    port, W/D hkup. New
    paint, carpet & tile.
    $200 dep. & $575 mo.
    4395 Archer Lane
    863-860-5292

    INVERNESS
    3/2, 2000 sf. under roof.
    No pets, 1yr. Ise. $600
    oo. F/L/S(352) 344-3444
    INVERNESS
    Furnished 1/1. Utils incl.
    Long or short term $450
    352-560-0370: 212-2397
    LECANTO
    2/1/2 garage, 2 stalls
    7 acres, across from
    State Forest $850,
    (352) 628-0164
    LECANTO
    3/2 D.W. On 2.5 Fen'cd
    Acres. Wsh./Dry.
    Fst./Lst./Sec.$650.Mo.
    (352) 527-7015



    39.000 & CLOSE TO
    SHOPPING & Fishing.
    Solid 2/2 MH 60x 14,
    lanal, carport, shed,
    fencingHomosassa
    (352) 795-0932
    2/1 INVERNESS/ MOSS
    OAK PARK 55 + COMM.
    C-port, scm'd porch, CHA
    wsh/dry, new elec. wiring.
    Was $10,900, Reduced
    $5,900 (352) 302-0962
    NEW 2009
    Lrg. rms, appliance
    pkg. 2x6 construction,
    10 yr warr. MUST SEEI
    $37,900 Incis A/C &
    heat, steps, skirting
    on new padl
    352-621-9183

    REPO'S - REPO'S
    REPO'S
    We have repo's
    CALL (352) 621-3807

    USED HOMES
    Palm Harbor 26x44
    $18,000
    Nobility 28x48
    $19,900
    Singlewides from
    $3000. Doublewides
    from $8000. Call
    to view. 352-621-9182










    I AC BEAUTY by
    Inv. Country Club
    * '06 MH 3/2/2 w/Mfg
    Warranty & 1758 LivSF
    Many Optlonsl
    Seller Motivatedl
    REDUCED $99K
    T.Paduano/KW
    352-212-1446
    Floral City
    2/2 DW on 3.5 + or -
    acres. Withlacoochee
    Forest area great for
    horse riding.Priced to
    sell. (352) 341-6281
    (352) 634-0787
    (352) 634-1290.
    HOME & LAND
    Jacobsen triplewide
    on 2.5 acres, 3/2, eat
    In country kitchen,
    L/R, D/R, den, large
    utility room, 2 car
    garage, carport, con-
    crete walkways, cov-
    ered deck. Bring your
    horses, 2 biks from
    43K acre ride.
    MUST SEE! $1250/mo
    WAC 352-621-9182


    CLASSIFIED




    1330 Arkansas Terr
    3/1 mobile on lot.
    Upgrades thru out incl.
    Irg add'tn, laundry,
    workshop, util.bldg.
    Convenient loc. Only
    $52,900. 352/726-6961
    or 352/726-6045
    HOMOSASSA
    '99 4/2- remodeled
    1600 + sq ft. Owner
    financing. $675/mo
    352-302-9217
    INGLIS
    BY OWNER
    4 car aar/wkshoo
    95 SW. 2/1.5 on 1 +
    wooded acre .Large
    Storage,shed,covered
    deck. All appl. & some
    urn. incl. $42,900.
    Make Offer, Must sell.
    Attention Realtors 2.5
    % If you sell.
    (352) 419-5777
    (352) 476-9005
    Inverness
    211/Carport, furnished,
    CHA, fire pl., yard equip-
    ment. Get $8,000 tax
    rebate. No impact
    fee. $25. annual tax fee.
    Reduced $10,000,
    For quick sale now I
    $30,000. (352) 419-5018
    INVERNESS 3/2
    Lots of Room, '08
    Cust.Ad/ons. Beautiful
    Interior, to much to
    mention.1,550 Sq. Ft.
    Fenc'd, 112 ac. on hill.
    Deck, Quiet. $63,000
    (352) 302-7451



    CRYSTAL RIVER 55+ Park
    2/2 $8,500. Quick Sale.
    Hm.(352) 794-3144
    Cell (352) 212-9499
    Crystal River, FL
    3BD/2BA,14x66,Furn.,
    Exc.cond., Carport,
    Porch, Shed, all new
    appl, 55+, $235 lot rent,
    $24,500. (772)485-4222
    Crystal River, nice, 2BR
    in 55+ Park, $7,500 at
    $100 mo, plus lot rent of
    $330. Or $4,500 cash
    (352) 726-9369
    INVERNESS
    55+ Waterfront Park,
    1BR, water ncl,, A/C
    $3.500 + $270 mo. log
    rent. Fully furn., financ-
    ing avail 352-476-4964
    Inverness
    Oak Pond Mobile
    Home Estates 55+ Park
    New 3/2 D.W Scrn'd
    Rm., shed, carport. Mid
    $40's. 352 341-1646
    LECANTO
    A Little Bit Of Paradise
    2/2, 2 driveways. All the
    extras- on a beautiful
    lot $49,900 Owner(352)
    697-2333 or 527-8694




    HOMOSASSA
    Travel Trailer, water
    & elec. incl. $400.
    Mo. (352) 220-9998



    CHASSAHOWITZKA
    2/2 Waterfrnt DW$600
    3/2 Furnished DW $700
    2/2 Garage $600
    3/2 Carport $650
    SUGARMILL WOODS
    3/2/2 Furnished $1100
    Agent. 352-382-1000




    NATURE COAST
    WE NEED RENTALS

    Crystal River:
    2/1 fum. $1000
    2/1 $525
    4/3/2 unf. $1400

    The Islands/Condos:.
    2/2 -$1300 and up
    furnished

    Paradise Point
    2 & 3/2 WF w/dock
    Several units to
    choose from.Fully Fur-
    nished.

    2/1 AOartments
    $550 to $575
    2/1 Duplex $725

    Brentwood
    2/2 fum. $1500

    Homosassa
    3/2/2 $750
    3/2/2 $850

    Citrus Sorings
    3/2/2 $950
    2/1 Duplex units $550
    Visit our website:
    c21naturecoast.com
    or call 352-795-0021




    CRYSTAL RIVER 2BR
    Furn., CHA, Near Town.,
    $600mo. 352-563-9857
    FLORAL CITY
    1/1, $475/Mo. $525 Sec.
    Includes water & cable
    No pets. (352) 344-5628
    FLORAL CITY
    LAKEFRONT 1 Bedrm.
    AC, Clean, No Pets
    (352) 344-1025
    HOMOSASSA
    1BR, boat dock, refr.
    stove, w/W&D, cbl. TV
    air, util. inc. $700. mo. +
    sec, 352-628-6537





    BEDROOM UNITS I
    * Move In Special *
    MUST MOVE IN BY
    CANDLEWOOD
    I COURT Inverness I


    Reduced Sec.Dep.
    1 BR SEC. DEP $200
    2 BR SEC. DEP $250
    KNOLLWOOD
    TOWNHOMES I
    Reduced Sec. De.
    & First Months Rent
    IBR SEC. DEP $150
    IBR 1st Mo Rent$150
    2 BR SEC., DEP $200
    2BR 1st Mo Rent$200 I
    CALL 344-1010
    TUES, THUR, FRI.
    8-12 & 1-5
    NO PETS
    HUD VOUCHERS
    ACCEPTED
    Equal Housing
    Opportunity


    BED MS
    Starting @ $425/mo
    Laundry on premises.
    352-465-2985
    FLORAL CITY
    2BD just 150 yards from
    fishing dock, $475 +
    $300 dep. Near
    Floral City, 10 min. from
    Inverness.
    Trails End Camp
    352-726-3699


    SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2009 C15


    FLORAL OAKS APTS
    (352) 860-0829
    8092 S. Floral Oaks
    Circle, Floral City
    Accepting applica-
    tions, 62+/ handi-
    cap/disabled &
    HUD Vouchers
    1 bd starting @ $468
    2 bd starting @ $498
    On Site Mgmt, Laun-
    dry Fac., CHA, Stove,
    Fridge & Carpet
    Front & back patio;
    Private storage area
    TDD 800-955-8771
    "This Institution Is an
    equal Opportunity
    Provider & Employer"





    FREE 32" LCD HD TV.
    w/signed lease &
    move in. LECANTO
    newer 2/2 duplex, all
    kitchen appliances, pa-
    tio, W/D hook-up, nice
    yard, Exc. Cond. $625
    (352) 634-1341






    FREE RENT!

    Luxury Apts.
    Limited Timel
    Call for details
    352-563-5657

    HERNANDO
    1& 2 BRs, quiet area
    deposit assist avail,
    $455/mo 352-228-2701

    2/ITri-plex, Great Loc,
    clean & roomy. No
    smoke/no pets $475.
    Mo. Fst/Lst/Sec.
    352-341-1847
    INVERNESS 2/2
    NICEI W/D, $625.
    Mo.1,000 sq.ft. No
    Pets. Ist./Lst./Sec.
    (352) 212-4661
    INVERNESS
    2/2 upgrades/close to
    hosp $650 352-422-2393
    NEAR HOSPITAL
    Nice 2bdrm. W/D hkup,
    water, trash, lawn
    malnt. $500 + sec.
    352-212-6002




    INVERNESS
    2/1- $500; 2/2 Lg. Apt,
    tiled, quiet. $600. W/D
    hk-ups, 727-446-5871
    352-344-0238














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    ENTNSS

    HOMOSASSA
    For lease/ appx 200 ft.
    on Hwy 19 fenced,
    flood lights on prop.
    (352) 628-7682




    CITRUS HILLS
    Home, Villa, Condo
    GREENBRIAR RENTALS
    (352) 746-5921
    (888) 446-5921
    greenbrlarrental.com
    Citrus Hills
    New A/C, new rugs,
    2/2, use of pool, patio,
    W/D, carport, No Pets.
    $645 (718) 833-3767
    CRYSTAL RIVER
    3/2 Lease or sale, 1,400
    Sq. Ft. on Crystal River.
    Breath taking views,
    wildlife refuge, boat slip
    & more. Lease $1,200.
    Sale $275,000. Slip extra
    (727) 458-4964
    FOREST RIDGE VILLAGE
    malnt free 3/2/2 villa
    w/spa, kit appls, clbhse
    pool $850.352-476-2667
    INVERNESS
    2/2.5 Town house.
    community pool,
    $600 (352) 249-4437




    CITRUS SPRINGS
    New 2/2/1 with W/D
    $650 352-746-7990
    CRYSTAL RIVER
    3/2, $600 Incls H20,
    garbage & lawn
    352-795-1722
    CRYSTAL RIVER
    Lg. 2/2 $575. incl gar-
    bage, no credit ck. no
    dogs(352) 726-9570
    FREE 32" LCD HD TV
    w/signed lease &
    move in. LECANTO
    Newer 2/2 duplex, all
    kitchen appliances,
    patio, W/D hook-up,
    nice yard, Exc. Cond.
    $625 (352) 634-1341
    INVERNESS

    1/1 Near lake
    $495.(352) 274-1594

    Newer 2/2, dsh/Wsh.
    W/dry, H20 incl. No pets.
    Lg.Yd. (352)628-2815


    SUBSIDIZED
    RENTALS
    NATURE WALK
    Off Turkey Oak Rd.,
    Crystal River
    Available In Nov.
    3/2 Starting @
    $440 Monthly
    Equal Housing
    Opportunity, Call
    Marion 352-726-3476




    HERNANDO
    1/1, Furn. Incl. elec.
    $400. + $150. sec. No
    Pets. (352) 344-1476
    HERNANDO
    Watson's Fish Camp
    RV's, Mobiles, effc.
    cabins. (352)726-2225
    HOMOSASSA
    1/1, turn., Fst./Sec.
    (386) 871-5506


    1/1 $450 mo. Incls all
    utils. 352-270-8298



    2 BDR 2 BA
    for Annual Lease
    Overlooking Rainbow
    River, No Pets
    19948 Burkitt Rd.
    Dunnellon, Green Rock
    Realty, Inc.
    Owner-Broker
    727-595-3480
    Available Now Ill
    RIVER LINKS REALTY
    352-628-1616
    800-488-5184
    riverlinksrentals.com
    Citrus Sorinas
    3/2/2 from $795
    Homosassa Duplex
    1/1 $275. 2/1 $500
    Meadows Homosassa
    3/2/2 From $650
    Suaarmill Woods
    2/2/2 Lanai $595
    3/2/2 Yard Care $725
    Crystal River/lake front
    3/2/2 Private $975




    HOMOSASSA
    2/1/1 Recent remodel,
    w/scrn'd enclosed
    patio. No smoke/pets.
    $675. Mo.(352)621-6949
    HOMOSASSA
    Aft. Pwr Plant workers
    share a 3/2, Fully Furn.
    home. 352-628-7682
    INVERNESS
    1st Month Freel Water-
    front 55+ Park, 1BR, IBA
    Incl. water & mowing
    $475. 352-476-4964
    West ClIrus'County
    Waterfronts with
    utilities ncl $1200 to
    $2400/mo. Call
    Usa VanDerboe
    Plantation Rentals
    352-634-0129




    #1 SOUTHERN
    WOODS
    COUNTRY CLUB
    IN SMW
    3/3 Upscale
    Sweetwater Homes
    on 9th. Green $1,300
    Mo. Small pet ok.
    (352) 422-1933.

    1, 2,3 & 4 BDRM
    RENT TO OWN- NO
    CREDIT CHECKII
    Low Downl
    352-484-0866
    iademission.com
    $69,000 WOWII Look
    What u can get 3/1/1
    1st time buyer's can still
    get $8k tx credit. Phyllis
    Strickland@ Keller
    Williams(352) 613-3503
    2/1 in Bev.Hills
    Fenc'd yard. Remodeled.
    Clean.(352)400-1338 or
    (352)794-3723 $650
    BEVERLY HILLS
    2/1 +, $600. Mo. Fst./Lst.
    + Sec.(352) 586-0478
    BEVERLY HILLS 2/1
    fam rm, scrn porch,
    carport. New carpet,
    cabinets, wood floor-
    ing. W/D. $650mo. 16 S.
    Lincoln. 352-795-7374
    BEVERLY HILLS
    2/1 $625-$675 per
    month. 1st, last and
    sec. No pets. Owner
    /Agent 795-3842 Iv msg
    BEVERLY HILLS
    2/1, CHA,utilrm $575
    (352)382-1344
    BEVERLY HILLS
    2/1/1, 10 N. Jackson.
    $565. Mo.(352)464-3518
    Beverly Hills
    2/1/1, scr rm. No credit
    check, $530 .382-3525
    BEVERLY HILLS
    2/1w/bonus rm, nice yd
    $600 mo, $1200 move
    In. (352) 422-4429
    CITRUS SPRINGS
    C 2/1/2, W/D, Lg lot
    $625. 352 382-5323
    CITRUS SPRINGS
    Newer 3/2/2, Lg. master
    suite, new appl. lanai, no
    pets, $850. Mo. lease +
    dep. 352 697-3133
    Cry.Riv Duplex
    Lg. 2/1, carprt, on sm.
    lake, $495 220-2447
    Cry.Riv Waterfront
    Lg. 3/2.5/2, seawall,
    dock, $1.100-220-2447
    CRYSTAL RIVER
    3/2 Clean, $800/mo
    795-6299 697-1240
    CRYSTAL RIVER
    Poss. Lease Opt
    Pool Home 3/2/2
    $1,000. 352-261-0614
    DUNNELLON
    2/2, 6250 W. River-
    bend Rd. $675/mo.
    727-631-2680
    FLORAL CITY 3/1
    1/ ac. Incis utils. $700
    352-422-3670/860-0899
    FLORAL CITY
    3/1/2 carprt. Ranch CB
    end of cul-de-sac new
    roof flirs & a/cund warr
    much more $120k obo
    352-228-1272
    FLORAL CITY
    4/3, screen pool, 2
    acres, can have horses
    $900 mo(352) 220-1692
    Floral City Lakefront
    3/2/2 + SC.PCH.
    $9751MO. 352-344-2500.
    HIGHLANDS/INV.
    3/2/2, Clean, Irg, scrn.,
    Patio $700. 302-0431
    HOMOSASSA
    1/1 Scrn'd. prch. rg yd,
    utils Incl., CHA. $550
    Mo. 561-632-1614
    HOMOSASSA
    2/1 CHA, No pets
    $550/mo. 1st + sec
    (352) 628-4210
    HOMOSASSA 2/1
    Large-Cute-Clean, w/d
    dishw, tiled, fans CHA
    Blocks to Homos/River.
    675mo 352-650-0820


    HOMOSASSA
    2/1, $475. mo. + elec. 1st
    & last or buy duplex for
    $125,000 & live rent free.
    352-344-3125
    HOMOSASSA
    2/2 on 2 Acres Fenc'd
    Newly Remdl'd, W/D,
    $650 F/S 352 634-4569
    HOMOSASSA SPRINGS
    312 DW fenced acre
    $775 mo. + sec.
    352-628-0731
    Homossasa SMW
    4/2/2, 1/3 Acre, $950.
    mo. (727) 919-0797
    INVERNESS
    2/2, $600 Mo,
    3/2 $600.Mo. Fst./Lst.
    + $300. Sec. on both.
    (352) 726-9475
    INVERNESS
    3/2,Carport, Ig scr rm,
    new paint, Ifenc'd dbl
    lot, near park, approve
    .pet w/ad dep$775/sec
    352-726-1270; 586-2684


    3/2/Carport, fenc'd yd.
    Newly Remod. $750.
    Mo.+ sec. 727-726-4738
    INVERNESS
    HIGHLANDS 3/2/1 new
    tile firs. new paint, fenced
    back yard. $675. 352-
    228-15421212-7085
    INVERNESS
    HIGHLANDS
    312/2 Starting $800.
    Mo. (352) 341-1142
    (352) 601-2615
    INVERNESS
    Upgraded 2/2/1 New
    carpet, appls.., $700.
    Mo. 561-632-3119
    PINE RIDGE
    3/2 $900. + Sec.
    Poss. Lease option.
    (603) 860-3501





    PROPERTY
    MANAGEMENT
    Inverness
    Large 3/2/2 775
    Comer lot 2/2/2
    wood laminate floors
    $700
    On the golf course
    3/2/2 $850
    3/2/2 corner lot $750
    Cvoypress Cove
    2/2.5 units available
    Community pool
    Starting $575
    Pritchard Island
    Waterfront/Comm.
    pool. 3/2/1 $875
    See our website:
    www.Jwmortonreal
    estate.com
    Jennifer Fudge
    Cheryl Scruggs
    352-726-9010
    RAINBOW LAKES
    ESTATES/Dunnellon
    3/2/1 + Fl Rm,
    EZ Commute to Cr Riv.
    Lease/Own Option,
    Spotlessl Cath Ceilings,
    Lg Kitchen. Tiled & new
    carpet. Family area.
    Only $750. Pets OK.
    352-527-0493 or
    352-427-7644
    SUGARMILL WOODS
    2/2/2 Updated, lawn
    care Incl. $800. Mo.
    Call: Debbie Cleary
    Caldwell Banker
    (352)-382-2700




    INVERNESS
    2/2 Prefer Senior.
    Turner Camp/With River
    Area $250mo. 419-5018



    Homosassa, Irg. master
    pvt. bath, lanal. $350./
    mo. Incl. elec & cable.
    352-628-1698
    POWER PLANT RENTAL
    Quiet private, full house
    privileges. $200 wkly
    352-628-0011



    HERNANDO
    2/1 MH Cov parking, priv
    lot, fully furn, W/DTV
    $700. (954) 673-3889
    HOMOSASSA 2/1
    Large-Cute-Clean W/D
    dishw, tiled, fans, CHA
    Blocks to Homos/River
    $1,100mo. 352-650-0820




    For Salem
    3866 S. Alpine Avenue
    3Bedroom 2 Bath
    block home and 1/2 acre
    with detached 1200sf
    garage and pool with
    summer kitchen, beautiful
    home in Inverness.
    $235,000 Call or email
    341-3295 or
    truss3@tampabay.rr.com
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    $24,575. 321-733-5351
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    1,2, 3 & 4 BDRM
    RENT TO OWN- NO
    CREDIT CHECKII
    Low Downi
    352-484-0866
    iademission.com

    2/2/2, 1546 s f
    Remodeled. $60K
    Dianne McDonald
    ReMax RPity One
    352-795-2441
    3/2 HUD Homel
    $225/mo! 5% dn 30 yrs
    @ 8% apr For Listings
    800-366-9783 ext 9845
    FOR SALE BY OWNER
    88 SJ Kellner, Bev. Hills
    2/2%/2, FP, Call Anytime
    OPEN HOUSE on
    SUNDAY 11A-3P
    $118K, 352-746-6093




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    3/2 HUD Homel
    $225/mo! 5% dn 30 yrs
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    3/2/2, POOL HOME,
    1 acre, w/membership
    Reduced $160.000
    MUST SEEI
    3472 N. Eisenhower
    Ave. (352) 860-0766


    4/3, Pool, 2.1/2 acre
    farm,2-stall barn,
    $190k- Make Offer
    NO Owner Financing
    2875 E. Timberwood Ct.
    (352) 302-0951


    Beck Street
    Inverness

    $119,900.
    3 Bedroom, 2 Bath
    with alot of
    upgrades IIIII

    352-637-4138

    ATKINSON
    CONSTRUCTION, INC
    Lic # CBC059685


    MACIONW 352-795-RENT
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    HOMES s MOBILES * APARTMENt$
    FEATURED PROPERTIES
    *BEVERLY HILLS 2/1/1 Carport .......... $550.........
    *HOMOSASSA 2/1 Duplex (NO SECURITY).......$60
    3/2 Fenced ..................................$0 0
    2/1 WIF Fully Furnished ...........$75
    CRYSTAL RIVER 2/1 Apartment ...................$500
    3/22 W/F ....... .............$1,300
    INVERNESS 2/1/1 House...................................$650
    Call for more information. OVER 40 TO CHOOSE FROM


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    C16 SATURDAY, S'EPTEMBEru 26, 2009


    nanc ng, BY OWNER

    ext/nt point, verticals, pond, full amenities
    all appls., front porch. $144,900 (352) 503-3778
    rear scrn'd lanal, fenc'd-
    $124,900 212-3571 OWNER FINANCING
    For Sale By Owner 3BR lNM 2100sqft 3/2/2
    3BA, Pool, 16x24 work- Granite counters, stain-
    shop, large lanal, close less appls., fans, blinds
    to school, hasp,, library, $184K. Buy or lease w/
    WTI. 518 Poinsetlia. Ave. option. 352-382-0827
    (352) 860-0878 VILLA- 2/2/1, 1485sqft.
    FORECLOSURES New flooring & baths.
    EVERYWHEREI Park like setting. Exc.
    EVERYWHERE! condition. Screen &
    RATES-R-LOW! vinyl porch. $126K
    BUY NOW! 352-503-5411


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    Deb Infantine

    RE/MAX Realty One
    Cell (352) 302-8046
    Office (352) 637-6200


    For Sale':, ,
    MUST SELLIIIIII!
    Newer 3/2/2. Quiet
    Inverness neighbor-
    hood, very close to
    shopping/restaurants,
    schools. Needs noth-
    ing, move in eady.
    $137,500.AII reasona-
    ble offers considered.
    MLS#336261 Nicole
    727-251-6373
    FrrSaler.,

    OWNER FINANCING
    3/2/2 Pool, 1400 sf,
    1/acre, well main-
    tained, fenced yd, new
    roof. HW floors. Valued
    $127K, sell $91,700. Buy
    15K down, $490 mo.
    727-992-1372
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    WINDERMERM
    2 STORY Home 3/2,
    2 car garage, tile firs,
    Irg kitchen, pool club-
    house, etc.$215,000
    352-637-7218: 220-1313



    3/2/1 HOME
    Furnished, est. neigh-
    borhood. $89,000/obo
    Call Sharon at Rhema
    Realty 352-228-1301









    BOWN1E
    PETERSON
    Realtor, GRI

    Your SATISFACTION
    Is My Futurell

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

    Charlotte G Realty
    & Investments LLC
    CONNELL HEIGHTS
    2/2, Great Rm, vaulted
    ceil. open kit. b/bar,
    fenced back yrd.
    scm. por., new appl's,
    1600 sf,(mol) 6172 W.
    Pine Cir/C.R. Priced to
    Sell (352) 795-9603
    Horses, Horses,
    Horses I!
    4/2.512 on 2.5 acres,
    5-15 horses allowed.
    $249K. $8,750
    Dwn, FHA.
    2/1/2 on 5 acres, $149K.
    $5,200 Dwn, FHA.
    Realty USA
    (800) 559-4321
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    312 HUD Home!
    $225/mo! 5% dn 30 yrs
    @ 8% apr For Listings
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    CHASSOWITZKA
    Owner Financlnal
    2/2/1 Pool & Jaccuzi
    2007 16ft wide mobile
    w/rental income. Own
    for $200/mo. Sell $79K,
    assume $53K mortg.
    727-992-1372



    Must Sell
    4/2 C. B. Nice location
    & very clean. $85,000
    (305) 619-0282



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    Michele Rose
    REALTOR
    "Simply Put-
    I'll Work Harder"
    352-212-5097
    thorn@atlantic.net
    Craven Realty, Inc.
    352-726-1515

    Picture Perfect
    Homes NEW HOMES
    STARTING At $75,000
    On Your Lot Atkinson
    Construction
    352-637-4138
    Lic.# CBCO59685

    Sugarmill Woods
    2/2/2 Beautifully
    upgraded on the
    greenbelt. Poss.
    owner financing.
    (305) 394-8474




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    $225/mo! 5% dn 30 yrs
    @ 8% apr For Listings
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    INGLIS 3/2
    New CBS, on 11/4
    acres, tile, fans, rear
    deck, quiet. City water,
    By Owner. $132,900.
    (352) 302-2831




    CRYSTAL RIVER
    3/2 Lease or sale, 1,400
    Sq. Ft. on Crystal River.
    Breath taking views,
    wildlife refuge, boat slip
    & more. Lease $1,200.
    Sale $275,000. Slip extra
    (727) 458-4964
    FLORAL CITY
    2/1 w/lake access.
    Good cond. $ 50,500.
    8722 E.. Moonrise Ln.
    Attention Realtors bring
    offers, will pay 3%
    comm. at closing.
    (352) 212-8219





    FREE BOAT
    TOUR& LUNCH
    WIPURCHASE OF
    HOME THROUGH US


    Plantation Realty,
    Inc.
    (352) 795-0784
    Lisa VanDeboe
    Broker (R)/Owner


    Floral City 212 Water-
    front 5657 Perch Pt.
    $112K. W/Furn. & boat
    See Pics at Owners.
    com I.D.#GAA9695
    Call (813) 340-0566
    Homosassa
    Awesome location! Quick
    access to gulf, dp canal.
    minutes to springs ,2/2
    manufactured home
    $164,500(863) 698-0020

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    INDUSTRIAL LOT
    2.25 acres in industrial
    park. Off Hwy 41
    Hernando. $74,500.
    352-746-9311

    PINE RIDGE
    Corner I acre lot.
    Across from golf course
    $59,900. 443-536-6464




    Dunnellon.
    1 city lot, 75 X 100,
    $2,950.00
    Floral City, I + acre,
    $27,500. MAKE OFFER
    (813) 833-7025
    INVERNESS
    VILLAGE
    Corner Lots # 39 & # 40
    Each lot, $25,000 firm.
    (919) 329-7033
    PRICED TO SELL
    acres Homo $49,000
    OBO. 845-494-4634
    SUGARMILL WOODS
    Luck of the Irish be with
    you Bells of Ireland Ct.
    SMW lot, $29,900.
    772-766-0498




    7 Rivers Golf & C.C.
    priv. member owned.
    corner lot 1 ac (mol)
    $30K (813) 766-9354 or
    sweetscapeguestl..
    verizon.net
    CITRUS SPRINGS
    Large secluded
    i..u;i ;,-,.a 1oi '" . '1 .
    ' Ownei'Flnanclnog'
    Call for map
    (352) 621-16641
    CRYSTAL OAKES
    Corner lot, Quiet court.
    buried utilities
    (352) 697-2460




    1990 40hp Johnson
    Motor all controls &
    steering, runs great,
    needs trim work, $500
    (352) 628-5606
    BENINGTON
    207 Pontoon boat,
    2003. w/Yamaha 60
    4-stroke, runs great,
    needs clean up.
    Sacrifice $5,995. Trailer
    avail. (352) 527-3555
    BLUE CRAB
    ENDORSEMENT
    600/400 ALSO 412

    WITH POT HAULER &
    APRON MAKE OFFER.
    352-270 3292 OR CELL
    352-804 3603

    BOAT TRAILER
    1995 EZ Loader Tandum
    axle, brks, new tires,
    had a 23' cuddy cab
    on it. nice cond $850
    (352) 212-6497

    MARINER BOAT
    MOTOR 115 HP
    $1200/BEST OFFER
    (352) 795-1902
    Mercury 150 hp
    early 70's OB/1 comply
    motor, s/s prop. needs
    old wires replaced
    spare lower unit, power
    hd. T/T asmby w/pump
    $550 (352) 476-1216




    17' STRICKER
    flat; boat '04-90hp &
    riptide, live wells. Very
    shallow running $7500.
    352-302-9761

    22' Venture 1980
    Sail boat, Sails,
    kicker & trailer
    $1200 352-274-4651
    AIR BOAT
    Big 13 Ft. haul,
    2 seats. Approx. 375-400
    HP. 8 blade warp drive.
    2-1 reduction gear box..
    Used 100 hrs.+ Trl.
    $18,500 invest. Sell
    for $10,000
    (352) 302-4535

    AIRBOAT
    1996, 15', 500cubic
    inch, Cadillac engine
    completely rebuilt
    (352) 560-3019
    AQUA SPORT
    190 Osprey, 2001
    115 hp Johnson, w/
    warranty new electron-
    ics. & trailer. Ready to
    fish. $9.9001 obo
    352-746-5856
    BASS TRACKER 04
    PT 175 Special Edition,
    50hp Merc. gal tril. many
    Xtra's $7,750 obo w/title
    Call for info
    (813)-293-0392 cell
    BAY BOAT
    1994 - 16ft, CC, Osprey
    88 HP Evinrude, Garmin
    GPS/recorder $3500
    352-621-4711


    SIGNATURE SERIES
    150 Johnson, 9.9
    kicker, electric motor,
    two fish finders, trailer,
    tons of accessories -
    completely fisherman
    ready. $5,000.00
    352-382-1203
    BOSTON WHALER
    '04 Sport 130, 40 HP.
    Mercury, trailer. Fresh
    water use. low hours,
    garaged. $7,500/obo
    (352) 527-3965

    CAROLINA SKIFF
    '01 J-14, w/traller.
    Free 15 HP Mercury
    motor. $1,500.
    (352)'257 -5106
    CRYSTAL RIVER
    MARINE
    Sweetwater Perfor-
    mance Pontoons
    2186 DF, $25,495.
    2186 RE, $25,595.
    Hurricane Deckboats
    SD2000 $32,995
    FD232GS $33,995
    We need clean Used
    Pontoons/Deckboats
    No Trailer, No
    Problem
    (352) 795-2598
    Ctr. Console 17'
    '05 90hp stroke Honda,
    SS prop, new batts.,pwr.
    trim & tilt, incl. trailer
    dependable $6000. Crys
    River 727-207-1619
    Deck Boat
    95'19 Ft. Slyvan, w/
    radio & fishfinder. New
    Battery switch. 2
    batteries, power pk.
    prop./hub.$6,000
    (352) 726-0838
    DECK BOAT
    beautiful 26' Bayliner
    fully equipped, 140 hp
    SuzukI 4 stroke, bathrm.
    fresh water in sinks,
    $12,500(931) 704-6818
    DONZI '90
    23ft, OAL 25ft, open
    fishermen, C-console,
    Twin 140HP Johnsons.
    Trailer, Many extras!
    $11,500/obo.
    (352) 489-9640
    GULF TO LAKE
    MARINE
    New, Used & Service
    Brokerage. We pay
    $$$ for clean used
    boats (352) 527-0555
    ,HARRIS Pontoon
    20' 60hp, new top,
    porta- tolet, cover,
    good cond. + $5000
    (352) 563-5775
    HOMOSASSA
    MARINE


    THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL!

    TRYING TO SELL YOUR
    BOAT?
    WE CAN HELP!!

    Over 50 satisfied
    customers this season
    cannot be wrong!
    BRING THIS AD IN &
    WE WILL WAIVE THE
    INSPECTION FEE!
    Call for more details
    352-628-2991
    HOUSE BOAT
    '65. 30' 55 HP Yamaha
    outboard, fiberglass,
    new wood floors, Ig up-
    per deck. $18,900.
    (352) 634-4793
    Key Largo 16'
    2003, ctr. console, 50hp
    ..... 3-', -', e '1":, -,I
    465-2823 7am. pm
    Let Us Sell Your
    Clean Used Boat.
    Three Rivers
    Marine.
    (352) 563-5510
    PADDLE BOAT
    $400
    352-489-3216
    PONTOON
    Sylvan 20' Yamaha T50
    TLRC Engine Like New
    40hrs. Playpen Cover
    port-o-potty, extras
    $11,500 (352) 628-0281
    STARCRAFT 1980
    Aluminium 14 ft. vhull,
    1970 25hp evinrude
    electric start,and trailer.
    $800. 352-628-7207
    352-212-3779
    T-CRAFT
    23'L, 6' W, '02 150H
    Evin . w fuel enj. like
    new, trlr. w/brks
    $5,000 352-489-3661

    THREE RIVERS
    MARINE
    Jon Boat Pkgs.
    1670 W/40 Jet. $1,995.
    1752 W/50 Evin.
    $3,450.
    1648 W/25 Yam.
    $3,995.
    1648 W/15 Yam.
    $4,950
    We Need Clean Used
    Boats.
    (352) 563-5510
    Triumph
    2006 12' w/Yamaha
    25hp 4 stroke motor,
    CC, very nice. Great
    buy at $5500. 621-0848
























    '02 Cedar Creek 5th
    Wheel 29ft, 2-slides,


    queen bed,bath/shower,
    low mileage, loaded,
    good cond. $16,800
    (352) 746-4969
    05' TITANIUM
    5 The Wheel, 28
    1 slide. 1000 Wets.
    Inverted, central van.
    26inch. TV.$30,500.
    Or reasonable offer.
    (352) 489-6835
    $500! Police
    Impounds for sale!
    Cars from $500
    800-366-9813 x 7374
    '88 FORD MOTOR HOME
    Class-C. 57k mi.,
    roof-air-generac
    Ex. tires & brakes
    $4k obo 352-422-3033
    '98 ENDEAVOR
    38 Ft. W/ Slide. 36 K Mi.
    Dual air. $35,000 Obo.
    352-637-5149 or
    352-586-3090


    C(LASSIFIEDS



    * AUTO, BOAT *
    *&RV*
    DONATIONS
    43 years old
    Non-reporting
    501-C-3 Charity.
    Maritime Ministries
    (352) 795-9621
    * Tax Deductible *
    CRUISE AIR
    '94, Class A, Wide
    body. Diesel pusher.
    Alison Trans. & more.
    $34,000. 352 835-4273
    FIFTH WHEEL
    '05 Keystone Spring-
    dale, 28', Lg. slide out,
    duct air. REDUCEDQ
    $13,995 Ex. cond.
    (352) 637-2735
    FORD '94
    TIOGA - 77K miles.
    Top condition & clean.
    $16,000. 352-344-9573
    GIST RV SALES
    40 New units ordered.
    Selling all '06 '07's &
    '08's at cost.
    Start 10/2 thru 10/4.
    Store overloaded
    w/parts. 20 % off.
    '01 Cardinals will be
    added to our
    inventory any day
    now. Special price
    on diesels.
    2524 Hwy. 44 W. Inv.
    (352) 726-0405
    GRAND JUNCTION 29'
    DXL 5th whl, '06 top of
    the line w/Ford F-350 '06
    Lariat diesel, super duty,
    low miles, $48k firm
    (352) 726-4150
    GULFSTREAM
    '09 Firefly, 22' self cont.
    big bath, lots of
    storage light wt.$12,900
    Obo.(352) 341-1617.
    Holiday Rambler
    Admiral Motor Home 36'
    2 slides, 340hp, gas eng.
    all options. Transferable
    ext. warr. $47,999.
    352 795-3970
    Keystone 07
    Big Sky 5th Wheel Prem.
    Pkg 340RLQ every op-
    tion. Center Island Kit.
    incls sep.W/D, added 2nd
    a/c in bedroom
    Price to Sale $52K firm
    352-794-3068
    PACE ARROW
    04, 38' 3 SLIDES
    21k mi fully loaded
    3 tv's $92,500 obo
    352-302-0743





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    CONSIGNMENTS
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    Boats * Classic Cars
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    FREE Online
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    No Fee to Seller!
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    $5001 Police
    Impounds for sale!
    Cars from $500
    800-366-9813 x 7374 '
    BONAIR '01
    19FT. 5th wheel. Qn
    bed, microwave, Irg
    352-489-3661
    COACHMEN 08
    Toy Hauler 21' sips 6,
    Q. size rear elect bed,
    good cond. barely
    :,used Wholesale s 1.900
    (352) 344-0025
    Fith Wheel
    '96 New Horizons, 29'.
    lots of cab./closets. Irg.
    slideout awn., gen.
    Exc. cond. $9,500.
    (352) 527-8562
    I BUY RV'S,
    Travel Trailers,
    5th Wheels,
    Motor Homes
    Call Glenn
    (352) 302-0778
    JAYCO '96
    5th whl,. 34ft. 2 slides.
    Great to live in or
    wknd place. $5,000/
    obo. 352-382-2272
    Keystone VR1 Toy/Travel
    Taller 2009 SRV 329
    Exc. cond. (1) large
    slideout, toy area has
    bunk beds, sleeps 8,
    large. Includes equalizer,
    sway bar $19K
    OBO 352-464-1476
    Montana
    '03, 5th wheel, 3 slides
    like new,$30,000.
    Truck avail also for tow

    MONTANA 5TH WHEEL
    '02- 37FT, w/3 slides,
    Like new, never lived in.
    $26,500. Pictures avail.,
    email pbres@live.com
    or call 352-302-3030
    PALOMINO 27"
    THOROUGHBRED T/T,
    1 slide out, Queen
    bedrm. sofa bed sips 6,
    Like Brand New $12,500
    (352) 795-4454
    RV & TRUCK PKG.
    '95 Gulfstream
    Conquest 5th Wheel,
    wl slide out, 6 K. in
    upgrades, new tires,
    carpet, elec. brakes,
    mattress, ecl
    '97 Ford Lariat F150,
    w/5 wh. hitch, 133K.
    Mi.,V-8, ice cold air,
    leather. Both in
    great condition,
    Asking $10,500
    (813) 855-4302




    $5001 Police
    Impounds for sale!
    Cars from $500
    800-366-9813 x 7374
    FORD RACING
    347 cu inch, short
    block, steel fly
    wheel~balancer, hdy
    roller cam$ 1500 FIRMI
    (352) 422-0175


    SET OF CHROME
    WHEELS & TIRES
    30555R20. 5 lug - Good
    cond. $900/obo. Will
    separate. 352-302-7451
    WANTED TO BUY
    70x96 Utility topper for
    F250. Left window on dr.
    side. 352-560-6167



    $$CASH PAID$$
    Vehicles, Dead or Alive,
    Dale's Auto Parts
    352-628-4144
    $5001 Police
    Impounds for sale!
    Cars from $500
    800-366-9813 x 7374
    CARS, TRUCKS,
    RV'S, BOATS
    Cash or Consign
    CONSIGNMENT USA
    98% Success/by airport
    (352) 461-4518
    consignmentusa.org


    CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


    Buying Used Cars
    Trucks & Vans
    We are taking RV's on
    consignment
    For used car lot
    LARRY'S AUTO SALES
    Hwy 19 S. Crystal River
    Since 1973 564-8333



    $5001 Police
    Impounds for sale
    Cars from $500
    800-366-9813 x 7374
    ACURA '89
    LEGEND - As is. $500
    352-382-1020
    Cadilac Limo
    Full stretch, 4 TV's, Bar,
    corvette eng., dependa-
    ble, Bik & chrome. Cry.
    River $6,700.
    727-207-1619
    CADILLAC
    08, DTS, Luxury II, Red,
    all options, except.
    moon rf. & GPS, $26,000
    352-344-5796
    CADILLAC
    1995 NCNCOURSE
    DEVILLE cold ac, runs,
    sold as is. $800/best
    offer. 560-0297
    CARS, TRUCKS,
    RV'S, BOATS
    Cash or Consign
    CONSIGNMENT USA
    98% Success/by airport
    (352) 461-4518
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    CHEVY
    '96 Camaro, Conv. rare
    auto, AC, V6, 36 mpg
    dependable.
    $5200 352- 563-0615
    CHRYSLER 2004
    PT CRUISER LTD
    Leather, sunroof, low
    ml. MUSTSELLI $6990!
    1866-838-4376

    SCHRYSLER 2007
    300 TOURING Leather,
    sunroof, 32k mi.
    $15,990 or $289mo.
    WAC 1866-838-4376

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    (352) 637-7117
    '04 Lincoln Towncar
    Sig. low mi. loaded,
    $11,880.
    '02'ijssan Altima 2.55
    Bla. . added, $6,995.
    KIamQ4 Amanli V-6
    loa tjd. leather, low
    mi. $6,995.
    Dodge'04 Ram, 1500
    V-8 4x4 5 spd. loaded
    nice $7,995
    '03 Dodge Dakota
    SXT, V-6, 5 spd. low
    mi. $5,995.
    CORVETTE
    02, Z06,
    Black, low mi., over
    30 mpg hwy. $24,400.
    (352) 613-5355
    CORVETTE
    2007 convertible
    corvette,only 5100 mi-
    les on this rare silver on
    silver on silver ette,
    power convertible top,
    6 sp auto, paddle shift,
    heads up display, mag-
    netic F55 suspension,
    navigation system, all
    options available are on
    this gorgeous vette,
    Over $2,000 in
    aftermarket parts
    included, Your's
    for only, $46,000.
    352- 270-3193
    8 CORVETTE - *
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    SHOW CARl STEALf
    $8500. 352-563-6428
    DODGE 2006
    CHARGER 39k mi,
    owner, 22" chrm,
    Nice. $15,990 or take
    over pymts $259 mo.
    1866-838-4376
    FORD 2000
    MUSTANG Conv., V6.
    auto. 72.5K mi. 2nd
    owner. Non smoker.
    $5000. 352-726-3093
    HONDA 2001
    ACCORD EXL leather,
    sunroof, 1 owner, 51k
    mi. $9990 or $189mo.
    1866-838-4376

    HONDA 2003
    CIVIC EX Sunroof,
    alloys, 34kmi. 1 own-
    er. $9990 or $189 mo.
    WAC 1866-838-4376

    HONDA 2005
    CIVIC HYBRID. A Rare
    find! Low miles. 1
    owner. $9,990 or $189
    mo. 1866-838-4376

    HONDA 2008
    CIVIC EX Leather, 4
    Door, Quality car.
    Sale $18,488
    S1-800-714-9813

    HONDA 2008
    ODYSSEY TOURING
    DVD, Navi, Power lift
    gate. SAVE! Call for
    Deal. 1866-838-4376

    HYUNDAI 2008
    AZERA Ltd.
    Loaded w/ Luxury,
    Low mi. Only $18,488.
    1-800-714-9813

    MAZDA 2000
    MIATA - One Owner,
    Only 49k miles
    Automatic, $8,988
    1-800-714-9813

    MAZDA 2008
    MX-5 MIATA - Auto.,
    Low Miles. Fun to
    Drive! $19,988
    ).-800-714-9813



    miles, 1 owner,
    $15,990 or $259mo. I
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    MNS RCEDES 1997
    500SL Hard Top Conv
    LoWy,mlles, 1 owner.
    Hurcyl CALL FOR DEAL!
    .866-838-4376
    " MGB
    Convertible 1977, 57k mi.
    Blue, many xtras
    Excellent Condition
    $10,500 (352)628-0281
    MUSTANG
    Ford 93 Hatch back,
    V8 Automatic,
    Drives & looks good
    $1400 obo352 400-2085
    NISSAN 350 Z
    Roadster, 2006
    with 10k mi, auto,
    leather,$25,000/obo.
    352-220-4453
    PONTIAC
    '00 Firebird Cony.
    Exc. cond $6,000.
    (352) 563-1669
    PONTIAC 2007 G6
    Pwr Hard Top Conv.
    Exc. Cond
    Must See! $22,980
    1-800-714-9813


    1969 Catalina, runs good,
    new parts & paint,$1,600
    . obo (352) 465-0960
    PRIUS '05
    Low Miles. Over 47mpg.
    Keyless entry, GPS.
    Well under blue book.
    (352) 726-2323
    SATURN '94
    LSE - 4 door, needs
    pulley. $350.
    352-746-6954
    SMART CAR '08
    Passion for 2. All the
    goodies. 2800mi.
    Hurry! CALL FOR DEAL!
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    TOYOTA 2005
    SIENNA Well equip-
    ped w/low mi. 1 own-
    er $11990 or $219mo
    1866-838-4376

    TOYOTA 2006
    AVALON LIMITED low
    mi. A true diamond!
    Navl incl'd. $299mo,
    1866-838-4376

    TOYOTA 2008
    SOLAR Conver-
    tible. Funi Nice Car
    Only $25,980
    1-800-714-9813
    TOYOTA
    '96 Corolla DX, low mi.
    senior owned, loaded,
    $4.200 (352) 465 0721
    VW BEETLE 2000
    lurbo Diesel - -u,:.
    39mpg. All pwr. cold
    a/c, sun roof. 116k ml.
    $5,200. 352-476-2901
    VW Jetta 2000
    2.8 VR6 5 spd. 4 dr.
    120K mi. new brks, rad,
    alt. batt, 2 new
    tires sunrf, good cond
    $5000 (352) 419-5522




    1954 CHRYSLER
    Imperial, Restorer's
    Dream. $2500/obo.
    352-228-0597
    $5001 Police
    Impounds for sale!
    Cars from $500
    800-366-9813 x 7374
    '56 FORD
    Cul':'m in,r, door se-
    dan ,,-, 6 . u,:, $9,500.
    WLlt ,.:.:.r.. i. r rade for
    Irate 'l radbl ,- uil ,
    ,alue 13521 628-4053
    BUICK 67
    RIVIERA . J21: ...,i.t.' a
    motor, 86k mi. amfm, a/c,
    til whi. elect seats, very
    good cond. $8000
    (352) 527-3961
    CHEVROLET
    '61, Apache 10,
    /2 ton pickup, short
    wheel base, step side,
    V8, auto, New 10" mag.
    & tires $5,900.
    (352) 228-1325
    " CHEVY
    '55, 2 dr. wagon, frame
    off/restoration. $25,900
    or Obo.(727) 946-3794
    - CHEVY
    � 69fi�assc bi i- i'T O0.
    *-W'sn 'w4' c. PS , P
    $12,500/ouo or trade.
    (352) 746-9212
    CHEVY '81
    El Camino Black, new
    motor, tires & interior.
    $15K invested, $10K/
    obo. May take trade.

    Chevy Corvette
    '93 CONVERTIBLE,
    Auto., good top,
    dependable. Screaming
    ,'Red color $6,700.
    Cry. River 727-207-1619
    CORVETTE
    '79 Show car, 58,700K.
    mi. White w/red int.
    Glass T tops, 350 eng.
    $9,800. (352) 634-2036
    FORD
    '65 Falcon Futura,
    Recently rebuilt,
    drives & looks good.
    . (352) 341-4715
    GTO
    S1967 The real deal, older
    Sree ri'..3 .r, i' ~1r out of
    cljr.a3g I- s .:,r trade
    (352) 621-0666
    JAGUAR
    176 XJ6C Rare coupe!
    Silver, new paint;
    63K mi., $8,900 obo
    (352) 527-4221
    (908) 763-8384
    LINCOLN '79
    460 big block.
    $750/obo
    352-382-1020 Iv msg.
    MERCURY
    '79 cougar XR7,302 V-8,
    New air, brakes & disks &
    4 post car lift. $6,000.
    (352) 212-2968
    MG MIDGET
    S' '77, New int. & seats.
    : Need to be install. Extra
    trans. & parts. $4,000.
    (352) 621-0126
    THUNDERBIRD
    '73, New paint, tires.
    38K. Mi. Like New.
    $12,900 Obo. Will trade.
    . (352) 795-0122
    .VOLKSWAGEN '68
    r..b,.'h ,,' ',l": Con-
    ..ir,.i i,. ., '.i-,,r,, Runs
    well. New brakes. $4500.
    ;.,. 352-726-5926



    '07 Classic Sierra,
    2,500 HD, 2 WD.
    Ext. cab, vortec, 60.
    V-8 low. ml. $14,000
    (352) 628-7226
    , $5001 Police
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    DODGE
    '05, Quad Cab,
    Awesome Hemi-pwrd,
    special "Rodeo-Edit."
    Loaded every special fea-
    ture. Sr. own, gar. kept.,
    27K mi, $40K. invested.

    See online ad photos.
    www.autotrader.com/atca
    rid/at-f3fd39f
    John (352) 726-1076
    DODGE 06
    1500 SLT, Loaded,
    PW-PL. tilt cruise, CD
    Exc cond. 2 tone, 100K
    ml. first $6400 takes it
    cash (352) 503-7102
    Dodge 06
    Ram, 1500, quad cab,
    SLT. 5.7 liter Hemi
    S' Silver, loaded, step rails
    towing pk etc. 27,800 Mi
    , $19,950.(352) 257-5370


    '07 1500 SLT, Quad cab.
    HemI 4x4, roll n lock,
    flat towing set up;
    blue ox, broke buddy.
    9,900K. Mi. $22,000.
    (352) 527-1239
    DODGE 97
    Ram, 1500 King cab.
    360 engine, 88K miles
    Exc. cond. $5800
    local (931) 704-6818
    FORD 2006 F-150
    XLT 4X4 CREW CAB
    32K orig mi. $369 mo.
    Take over pymts.
    1866-838-4376
    FORD
    '95 F-150, XLT. 4x4,
    302 auto., 4" lift w/new
    firestone 33 tires+extras
    $3,300(352) 601-4994.
    GMC 2000
    Sierra, reg. cab. 2 wh.
    dr. 104K. mi. V-6, liner,
    tool box. Ex. cond.
    $5,400. (352) 341-1714
    GMC SONOMA 2003
    Excellent condition,
    34,000 miles, 4 wheel
    drive. 352-489-2056
    NISSAN 2008
    TITAN SE. Great Truck
    w/Leather, DVD,
    Must See! $24,980
    1-800-714-9813




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    Impounds for sale
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    CHEVY
    '99, Blazer LS, 4 WD,
    77K on new Motor, many
    new parts, loaded,
    $2,400. 352-746-3777
    CHEVY
    BLAZER '99 LS 4dr.
    126k mi. loaded, great
    cond. sunroof, $4k obo
    352-422-0065
    DODGE
    99, DURANGO 4x4, 80K
    mi., loaded, dual air &
    exhaust, Exc. Cond.
    $5,600 obo
    (352) 344-0505
    GMC SUBURBAN
    1993 4 WD, 454 rebuilt
    eng., new transm.,
    great tires, good cond.
    3,500 (352) 201-1413
    HONDA 2002
    CRV LX 1 owner
    COME TOW ME
    $7990 or $149mo
    WAC 1866-838-4376

    HONDA 2003
    CRV EX AWD 50K Orig
    mi. I owner. $11,990
    or $199 mo.
    1866-838-4376

    HUMMER 2006 H2
    NAVI, 16K orig. miles.
    1 owner. $34,900
    BETTER HURRY!
    1866-838-4376

    HYUNDAI 2003
    SONATA Limited, 31k
    mi., Iowner, leather,
    sunroof. $9900 or $189
    mo. 1866-838-4376
    JEEP



    6cyl. 11,00K. Mi.
    hard
    top, loaded,
    $19,9,00
    (352 V302-92217

    JEEP 2007
    WRANGLER 4x4
    Factory Air, Low Miles
    Sell for $19,988
    1-800-714-9813

    KIA 2009
    SPORTAGE Great Gas
    Saver! Low miles.
    Must See! Just $17,480
    1-800-714-9813

    MAZDA 2007
    CX-7 SUVw/Leather,
    sun roof. LOADED
    $18,988
    1-800-714-9813

    SATURN 2007
    VUE HYBRID 1 owner.
    Low mi. DON'T HESI-
    TATE CALL FOR DEAL!
    1866-838-4376

    SATURN 2009
    VUE Low Miles,
    Loaded, Great on
    GasI Only $21,980
    1-800-714-9813
    TOYOTA '06
    RAV 4, 4wd. 40k mi,
    Silver, cruise, remote
    lock/alarm. Exc. cond.
    $14,500. 352-560-3301
    YUKON 2007
    DENALI All the ride &
    toys! Leather. $499mo
    Take Ove Payments.
    1866-838-4376




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    FORD 76
    F250 new paint
    300; 6cyc $2600
    obo352-302-9761
    TOYOTA
    '05 Tacoma, Ext. Cab,
    SR-5, 6sp. 4 X 4, loaded.
    30K. mi. $18,000.
    (352) 382-5055
    TOYOTA
    '89, Landcruiser,
    completely restored
    $9500.
    (352) 220-2666




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    98 CHEVY Gladiator hi
    top conversion van 350
    V8 all Power great travel


    vehicle TV VCP and
    many other features
    $4900
    Phone 352-726- 3282
    352-586-8992
    $5001 Police
    Impounds for sale
    Cars from $500
    800-366-9813 x 7374
    CHEVY 2003
    VENTURE MINIVAN 50K
    orig, rear AC & morel
    NICEI $6,990 or $139
    mo. 1866-838-4376
    CHRYSLER
    '03 Town & Country LXI,
    75K. Mi. All power,
    Leather, rear air, new ti-
    res, & brakes. $7,495.
    (352) 467-0872
    DODGE
    '96 Cargo Van, V-6,
    good cond. $3,000. Call
    after 5:00.
    (352) 746-2216


    2uuu, new tires, Drakes
    and cold air. Auto. Pwr.
    windows $1,750.00
    352-503-7801
    PONTIAC
    '05, Mini Van, wheel
    chair equip w/ ramp
    low miles, excel, cond.
    352-212-7965
    WHEELCHAIR VAN
    2007 Chevy 1500
    passenger van w/34'
    Braun lift and scooter
    carrier, 6100 ml.
    Askina $29K


    ATV Yamaha 05
    Banshee, 350 CC Twin
    Cyl., liquid cool, all up-
    grades. Never raced.
    Trade? $3700. Crystal
    River 727-207- 1619
    SUZUKI 03
    LTZ 400 runs great,
    electric start w/reverse.
    $1,500.
    (352) 628-6914



    2007 H. DAVIDSON
    DYNA WIDEGLIDE
    2900mi. HD custom
    wheels, mustang seat,
    +HD access. $14k see at
    Ironhorse 352-489-6237
    '03 HD ROADKING
    Fact. custom. Hi perf.
    Over $43,000 in
    receipts. 17k ml.
    $13,700 352-563-0615
    Crystal River
    AGGRESSIVE
    CYCLES, INC
    HARLEY SPECIALS
    Dunlop Tire: Front or
    rear tire: starting @
    $170.00 Oil & Filter
    Changes starting: @
    $50.00 (synthetic oil
    extra) 1,5, & 10K svcs.
    HD Certified Tech
    2209 N. Skeeter Terr
    Hernando. Fl. 34442
    352-341-0066
    HARLEY DAVIDSON
    ' 04 Road King, (FLHRS)
    15,600K. Mi. Gold/
    Champ. Ld'ed w/xtras
    $10,500. (352) 503-6285
    HARLEY DAVIDSON
    ' 05 Heritage Softail, GI
    acier white, 13,300 K. mi.
    Lded. Must See. $10,500
    (352) 585-0684
    HARLEY DAVIDSON
    '05 DynaGlide, black,
    13K. Mi. Wind shield,
    chrome, one owner.
    Warranty/2012. $9,800.
    (352) 220-3496
    HARLEY DAVIDSON
    '05 Dynaglide, twin
    cam 88, adult rider,gar.
    kept. Lots of chrome
    $9,700.(352)212-9457
    Harley Davidson
    '06, Road King Classic
    low mi., blk cherry, incl.
    helmets/trvl luggage
    $13,500 (352) 382-0907
    HARLEY DAVIDSON
    07 Roadking,$2K Extra's
    new cond. 2500 miles
    $16,800. w/title
    (352) 860-1106
    HARLEY
    DAVIDSON
    96 Heritage Soft tail, red
    many extras $9600 call
    evenings (352) 746-3613
    HARLEY DAVIDSON
    97 Heritage Springer
    FISTS, beautiful bike,
    White /blue fringed, nu-
    .-i, "J:,, ! . r 3 : *: " i l , ,-6 ,

    bag avail. 527-0716
    HONDA 02 VTX 1800
    R 7,900 milesExc
    Cond. $7,150 w/extras
    352-212-8860
    HONDA 04 GL 1800
    TRIKE, champ kit 26k
    mi. E-Z steer, CB/FM ra-
    dio, titanium color, trailer
    hitch & much more $25k/
    obo. 352-465-7755


    HONDA 05 1300cc
    VTXR, 1 yr warr 3300
    mi. w.shleld $6k, 352-
    621-0726-220-8680
    HONDA
    Shadow Arrow 06,
    garage kept, not in rain,
    floorboard $6200 obo
    (347)223-7269 aft 3:30
    KAWASAKI
    '00, ZRX 1100
    CC,15K. Mi. Very
    fast, many extra's.
    $3,800
    (352)621-3764
    KAWASAKI
    2006 CONCOURSE
    2,600. miles,
    $6200.
    (352) 302-7073
    SCOOTER-
    '05 Honda Reflex,
    250 CC, Red, carry all.
    4,855K. Mi. $4,500.
    (352) 489-3661
    SCOOTER
    '07 PIAGGIO BV 500
    500CC Black carry all.
    1600 mi. $4000.
    352-527-2951
    SOFT TAIL '88
    Just broke in 113 cubic
    inch S&S Stroker
    motor w/Staggered
    Hooker headers. New
    Gangster white walls,
    seat in all leather blk os-
    trich skin, Paint by Jesse
    James painter of Calf.,
    w/Double Damon signa-
    ture, House of Color
    paint, BIk w/colored ghost
    flames on all sheet metal.
    2" Carlini handle bars.
    Chrome to max, bThLs
    bad boy is not for the
    faint of heart. $30k
    invested, may trade for
    nice tractor w/bucket or
    bobcat etc.
    Call for more info.
    352-302-2815
    SUZUKI
    2006, 600 cc. Must see.
    3,293 ml. Exc. Cond.,
    $5,000
    (352) 560-3248
    SUZUKI BOULEVARD
    2007, 800 CC exc.
    cond. $6.500
    2002 LONGBO
    Scooter, great cond.,
    $995. (352) 637-2508
    ULTRA SOFTAIL
    '02 6 Spd. 8,700 Mi.
    124 S & S EVO. Lots
    of chrome. $9,500.
    (352) 746-3069
    YAMAHA 79
    S-ELEVEN
    1100cc,56K mi
    $1075
    (352)564-2746
    YAMAHA MAJESTY
    SCOOTER, 400 Maxl
    Bought new. 10/08.warr.
    until 10/09.1,700 ml.
    Corbin seat.Senior own.
    $3,900. (352) 634-4685





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