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SHRMIR Wu.as
Chronicle
A 46-year-old Beverly Hills
man prepared to stand trial on
claims that he stabbed his girl-
friend decided instead to accept
an open plea kom the court Mon-
day morning.
John Frederick Jisch was pres-
ent in court to begin his trial on
attempted mur-
der and burglary
with battery
charges stem-
ming f\'om a Feb-
ruary incident.
According to a
Citrus County
Sheriff's Office
arrest report, John Jach
deputies went to judge set his
Citrus Memorial sentencing
hospital Feb. 19, date for
to talk to a 38- Jan. 13.
year-old Beverly
Hills woman who said Jach, her
estranged boyfriend who left her
home in December, had returned
and stabbed her.
The woman told authorities
she was at home the evening of
- Feb. 18, with a male friend when
Jach called and said if she was
cheating, he was going to hurt
her. The report stated the woman
said she hung up on Jach. Later,
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woman said she ran to the
kitchen area where she met Jach,
(hdeb to stab at her with a
According to the report, the
woman said Jach was trying to
stab her in the head, but she
blocked the blade with her arm,
causing defensive wounds on her
hand and arm. The woman said
she yelled for her friend, who
canie in the kitchen and wrestled
Jach to the ground.
The friend told authorities he
overheard Jach threatening the
woman on the phone and he
heard the back door being kicked
in. The friend also reportedly told
authorities he heard the woman
screaming for help, and saying
Jach was stabbing her.,
Two children who were home
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Photos by Brian LaPeter and Matthew Beck, Chronicle
Carlos Alves, above, and other city
of Crystal River employees get ready
for the holidays by putting up
decorations on power poles
along U.S. 19 and Citrus Avenue.
Nestled smack dab in the middle of
Florida, Citrus County doesn't
necessarily bring visions of the
North Pole to mind, which sometimes
can inhibit the holiday spirit.
Never fear, city officials and
neighborhood leaders have been
busy decorating lamp posts and
street corners with decorative bitS
and pieces to jog the most jaded
Scrooge out of his or her
"bah, humbug" spirit.
Bonnie Lanier, right, a worker with the
city of Inverness Parks and Recreation
department, hangs one of the many
brightly colored holiday banners atop
a lamp pole last week. She and another
city worker said they were planning
on hanging more than two-dozen
around the Courthouse Square and
Inverness Government Center.


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A2 TUESDAYDECEMBER 8, 2009


Half of the proceeds will
benefit the foundation,
which supports variety of
programs and projects in
Citrus County's public
schools. The
other half will a PRIZE: T
go to Citrus will be gi
. County public choice of
schools and new vehic
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nations such Ibu, Jeep
as band or Chrysl
booster and Cruiser.
cheerleading a TICKETS
organizations for six for
designated by Th re
those buying they a
the tickets. rough
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"All of the d I ryh
funds go back fo erast i
into the public 1 1 e
school sys- '
tem," said W DRAWIN
lionda Hem- at 3:30 p
singer Evan, Dec. 18,
executive di- broadcast
rector of the Citrus95
Lamb said they started
donating a vehicle to a non-
profit organization about 15
years ago, a tradition that
has continued almost every
year
She said she has been on
the foundation board for
many years, but this is the
first time Crystal Auto


Group has donated a vehi-
cle to it. She said this is a
"win situation for everyone"
because it supports the
foundation and also allows
other school-
he winner related organ-
en the izations to
one of five raise money
les: a NIs. for their proj-
a, Dodge ects by selling
hevy Mal. tickets.
Wrangler "We knew
er PT because ofthe
economy that
$20 each there were a
$100. number ofor-
on sale ganizations
rida Call out there in
al A need of
tho money and
p ot 726- the funds
n2340 were not
there from the
G: Will be differentbusi-
m. Fnday, nesses." As an
nd will be example, she
live on said Crystal
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is raising money to perform
at the Sugar Bowl in New
Orleans.
"It's really a great
fundraiser," Hemminger
Evan said.
Contact Chronicle re-
potter Cheri Harris at 564-
2926 or charris@chronicle
online.com.


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when we get an upsurge of
giving over the holidays,"
Miller said. "It means we
won't have to turn down
anyone in real need and we
can continue to spread
Christ's love to every soul
who finds a way to our
oor.
The Salvation Army of
Citrus County, serving the
communities of Beverly
Hills, Chassahowitzka, Cit-
ronelle, Citrus Springs,
Crystal River, Dunnellon,
Floral City, Hernando,
Holder, Homosassa, Ho-
mosassa Springs, Inglis, In-
verness, Lecanto, Ozello
and Yankeetown through its
familiar Red Kettle Christ-
mas Campaign, provides
food, toys and support serv-
ices to more than 4,650 indi-
viduals and families during
the holiday season, as well
as a variety of social service,
spiritual and recreational
programs., for aft ages
throughouttheyear.
For more information,
call Lt. Miller at (352) 621-
5532.


Special to the Chronicle
This month, The Salva-
tion Army is in high gear
with its "Please Don't For-
get" campaign as it aims to
care for a record number of
needy children, f ilies
and individuals du the
holiday season,
But, according to Lt.
Vanessa Miller of the Citrus
County Corps Command, re-
sources are running low.
There is an urgent need for
donations of money and
food, because so many low-
income families are hurting.
"Please don't forget
them," Miller said. "The Sal-
vation Army needs the com-
munity's support. The
people who give so geners
ously to this cause are the
realsourceof aidandcom-.
fort to the unfortunate. The
Salvation Army is merely
the channel through which


that generosity manifests it-
self."
Besides feeding hungry
people, The Salvation Army
provides clothing for the
needy, cold-weather shelter
for the homeless, substance
abuse recovery programs
for the addicted, and coun-
seling for the sick at heart
As she organizes relief ef-
forts for needy families,
Miller said, "Misfortune can
strike people at any time.
Illness, unemployment, ac-
cidents ... no one is exempt
from hard times. When they
hit over a holiday, they pack
a special emotional wallop.
That's'why we cannot forget
these neighbors of ours, es-
pecially during the Christ-
masseason,
Those redoubled efforts
take a toll on resources,
making fresh donations
more necessary than ever.
"We are so appreciative


SHEMIR WILES
Chronicle
A man believed to have
robbed a local dry cleaning
business at gunpoint in 2007
returned to the county
Thursday to finally face
criminal charges.
Authorities transported
Timothy E Gartner, 25, of
3081 Taft St., Hollywood, to
the Citrus County Detention
Facility on a felony charge of
robbery with a firearm
stemming from a Dec. 14,
ce ng o sheriff's of-
fies spokeswoman, Gail
Tierney, the now-defunct
Crystal River Police De-


apartment originally investi- Police later arrested Gart-
gated the robbery. Wit- ner that same night inPasco
nesses reportedly told County. Tierney said physi-
police they saw cal evidence in his
Gartner hanging out car and fingerprints
all day around the from the counter at
Touch of Quality the dry cleaners
Cleaners at 130 S.E. linked Gartner to
U.S. 19 in Crystal the crime scene. Cit-
River. At around rus County placed a
6:02 p.m. after the hold on Gartner
last customer had while he faced
left, Tierney said Timothy charges in other
Gartner entered the Gartner counties.
establishment, dis- being held on He is currently
played a handgun a $1.00,000 being held on a
odney IIdemand bond. $1 n(OO bon roni-
an undisclosed amount of clereporterShemirWilesat
cash and fled on foot, Tier- 564-2924 or swiles@chron
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Florida Community College Nursing Suite, the building
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Imagine the satisfaction
of driving away in a new set
of wheels you won just by
supporting a good cause.
This could happen to you
if you have the winning
ticket for the vehicle draw-
ing benefiting the Citrus
County Education Founda-
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choice of one of five new ve-
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through Riday. The drawing
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Dec. 18, and it will be broad-
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CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE


Page A3 TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2000


MATTHEW BECK/Chronicle
The Fleet Reserve Association Branch/Unit 186 hosted a Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day ceremony Monday to commemorate the Amerl-
can Ilves lost the day Japan attacked the United States in 1941. Jack CIssel, center, a U.S. Army veteran and survivor of the attack, reaches
for a replica copy of the Honolulu Star-Bulletin newspaper with fellow survivors Robert Bewley, left, a Navy veteran, and Charles Steck, right,
U.S. Army. The Fleet Reserve Association hosted a luncheon at Stumpknockers on the River at the Marlon/Citrus county IIne. Those sur-
vivors in attendance included Ted Archambault, Jack CIssel, Arthur Fusco, Charles Steck, Donald Dertlen, Albert Demarco, Jerry Pease, Ed-
ward Brown, Harry Clay, Roger Smith, Bob Horn, Leo Allard, Robert Bewley and Robert Rhodes.


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THE STATE

Citrus County
Teachers unIon
ratifies agreement
Teachers and educational
support personnel have rati-
fled a tentative compensation
agreement wlth the Citrus
County School Board, ac-
cording to Cltrus County Edu-
cation Assoclation Prealdent
Mellsea Pfelffer. She said 70
percentof teachers and 87
percent of educational sup-
port personnel voted in favor
of the agreement
Under the agreement ex-
pected to be approved at a
regular Cltrus County School
Board meeting at 3 p.m.
today at the District Services
Center in Invemess, teachers
and educational support per-
sonnel wlII receive thelr regu-
lar annual "step" increase, a
$500 bonus for teachers at
the top step, a $400 bonus
for ESP at the top step, a $10
increase in the insurance pre-
mium contribution for both
ESP and teachers retroactive
to July 1, and a $40 insur-
ance contribution increase in
January.
Golden Agers to have
Christmas party
The annual Golden Agers
Christmas party for local sen-
iors is today. Meet at First
Baptist Church in Floral City
at 11:30 a.m. to carpool to the
home of Mr. And Mrs. Bob
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TERESA WOODMAN
Special to the Chronicle
On Friday, Dr Thomas R. Frieden,
director of the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention, called find-
ings fYom two vaccine monitoring
networks "very reassuring" at a
news briefing.
The extensive review of adverse
effects ftom the H1N1vaeolne indi-
cates that the vaccine is safe, with
side effects no different fkom those
of seasonal flu vacelnes. One of the
monitoring sites is the Vaccine Ad-
verse Event Reporting System,


which receives reports about prob-
lems fkom doctors and other health
workers, manufacturers and the
public. Anyone can flle a report; re-
ports are then followed up locally,
The second system is the Vaccine
Safety Datalink, which has inibrma-
tion on 438,376 people who were vac-
cinated for H1N1 in managed-care
organizations.
The Citrus County Health Depart-
ment has provided vaccine to more
than 5,000 residents. The vaccine
has been given to those in the CDC
designated priority groups. The
Health Department has provided


vaccines, to pregnant women, chil-
dren, homeless, health care workers,
emergency medical workers, law en-
forcement, day care and school staff,
college students, and those with
chronic disease. As the holiday sea-
son approaches, the Health Depart-
ment encourages people to got
vaccinated before travel.
Question: How long does it take to
achieve immunity? -
Once you get vaccinated, your
body makes protective antibodies
in about two weeks
Question: H1N1 flu is no longer
prevalent in our community, should


Istiligetvaccinated?
Yes, CDC continues to encourage
people to get vaccinated throughout
the flu season, which can last as late
as May. With many people traveling
over the next few weeks we may see
increased numbers of cases of
H1N1 flu in our community.
Question: Where can I get the
vaccination?
Contact the Citrus County Health
Department at 527-0247 or 726-0153
for an appointment.
lbresa Goodman, ARNI/Ph.D., is
administrator for the Citrus County
Health Department.


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CITRuIs Co(Iry (FL) CHRONICLE


SHEMIR WILEs
Chronicle

Deputies arrested a 30-
year-old Hernando man
Monday after a 15-year-old
Inverness girl made sexual
abuse allegations.
According to a Citrus
County Sheriffs Office ar-
rest report, authorities con-
ducted a taped interview
with girl Sunday where she
stated Aaron Manning had
been sexually abusing her
over a two-year period start-
ing when she was 12 years
old. The girl said Manning
would make her perform
sexual acts on him and he


would do the same to her. when she would try to resist,
She also told law enforce- Manning would push her or
ment Manning would touch hit her and demand that she
her inappropriately come to his room to
and had sex with her perform the sexual
on at least one occa- acts, according to the
sion. report
All these incidents Deputies made
reportedly occurred contact with Man-
in Manning's bed- ning at his.home and
room at his home in he reportedly agreed
Hernando. to be interviewed.
During the course Aaron According to the re-
of the interview, the IVIanning port, he told authori-
girl also allegedly re- no bond set. ties that the girl, who
sealed that Manning he knew, on several
once showed her a porno- occasions would come to his
graphic movie on his laptop room where they would stay
when she was about 12 or 13 locked up for periods of time.
years of age. She also said He said the girl would lie


with him in bed and they
would watch television, but
he denied any allegations of
inappropriate behavior or
touching involving the girl.
Manning then requested an
attorney and the interview
ended.
Authorities charged Man-
ning with 10 counts of sexual
battery on a person 12 years
ofage or older and one count
of showing obscene material
to a minor. He was trans-
ported to the Citrus County
Detention Facility where he
is being held without bond
due to being a potential flight
risk and the fear the girl has
toward Manning.

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. the fire from spreading.
Fire rescue contacted
the homeowner, Ruther-
ford Miniard, who said no
one was living inside the
residence at the time of the
fire. The cause ofthe fire is
unknown pending an inves-
tigation by the Florida
State Fire Marshal's Office.
The blaze devastated the
home with officials esti-
mating the damage to the
home at $200,000 and dam-
age to the home's contents
at $20,000.
It is unlmown if the struc-
ture was insured.

Before bringing in poten-
tial jurors, Judge Richard
"Ric" Howard then ex-
tended an offer from the
court that would allow Jach
to receive a pre-sentence
investigation (PSI). A PSl is
an investigation into a per-
son's history before sen-
tenciilg to determine if
there are circumstances
that would decrease or.in-
crease the harshness of a
sentence.
Howant placed a cap of 15
years on the offer, meaning
he could not sentence Jach.
to more than 15 years in
prison unless startling facts
about the case arise that
would cause Howard to re-
consider the offer. The least
amount of time Jach could
receive would be around
seven years unless his attor-
neys could successfully
argue why they believe their
client deserves a below-the-
guidelines sentence.
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Florida Department ofCor-
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nando home early Sunday
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about 1:08 a.m. to 204 W
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bor reported the home was
fully engulfed in flames.
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minutes of the call, but the
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at the time of the alleged at-
tack said they saw their
mother on the floor bleeding
and the friend holding down
Jach, the report states. One
of children told authorities
they saw the knife, grabbed
it, bent it and hid it so no
one could use it again,
. Deputies found a silver
butcher knife in the house,
which the woman and the
friend said they had never
seen before. Law enforce-
ment also noticed damage to
the back door and very large
cuts on the woman's hand
and arm, along with small
cuts on her face.
Jach's case was slated to
begin with jury selection
Monday. Trying to spare the
children from having to tes-
tify in court, the prosecu-
tion offered Jach a plea
deal of 10 years in prison,
which was considerably less
than his maximum liability
of life without parole. How-
ever, Jach rejected the deal.


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grandchildren: Frank
William (Marie Cox) Peter-
son and their daughter
Amanda of Dravosburg, Pa.'
Donald Abbott (Patricia Os-
canyan) Peterson, and their
children Carlene, Dustm,
and Terra of Palmyra, N.Y.;
AlanFrederick(RobinHop-
kms) Peterson, and their
children Zachary and Abby
of Annandale, Va. She is
also survived by her cousin,
Charles (Alice) Abbott;
niece, Kristie (Wayne)
Walker; and nephews, Bob
(Shirley) and Bill Abbott.
Patricia was born to
Elmer Willis and Ruth
Bowie Abbott in Bangor,
Maine, went to school in
Auburn, ME, and Burling-
ton, VT, and graduated from
Boston University before
moving to California with
her brother, Bob. She mar-
ried Pete in Sacramento,
CA, in l951and lived in Din-
uba, Merced, Davis, and
Itemont, CA, Bellevue, WA,
and Beltsville, MD. They re-
tired to Beverly Hills, FL, in
1993.
The governor ofMaryland
recognized Patricia for her
work on the Board of the
Greater Laurel Community
Hospital in its formative pe-
riod. She was an important
staff member of the
Beltsville News, a local
community newspaper. She
was also an active partici-
pant in youth, community,
and religious groups, serv-
ing as a den mother in Cub
Scouts, running the conces-
sion stand for Little League
baseball, teaching Sunday
School, singing in the
church choir, and serving as
a volunteer worker in hospi-
tals and libraries wherever
she lived. More recently, she
was an active member of the
Beverly Hills Community
Church, Recreation Associ-
ation, Skillbank, Surveil-
lance Unit, Garden Club,
and the Civic Association.
Most importantly, Patricia
was truly devoted to family
and friends, as a daughter,
wife, mother, grandmother
and neighborhood friend.
A memorial service will
be held at the Beverly Hills
Community Church on
Thursday, Dec. 10, at 10 a.m.
in remembrance and cele-
bration of Patricia's life. In
lieu of flowers, contribu-
tions may be made to Hos-
pice of Citrus County, EO.
Box 641270, Beverly Hills,
FL 34464 or to the Beverly
Hills Community Church, 82
Civic Circle, Beverly Hills,
FL 34465.
Fero Funeral Home, Ber-
erly Hills,
Sign the guest book at
wwwchronicleonline.com.-

Richard
Ness Sr., 83
INVERNESS
Richard Ness Sr., 83, of In-
verness, died Sunday De-
cember 6, 2009, at Tangerine
Cove in Brooksville, FL
Chas. E. Davis Funeral
Home with Crematory.


IVIichael
Adams, 49
FORMER LYOF
CITRUSCOUNTY
Michael Adams was an
amazing man. He was born
in Washington, DC, on June
14th (Flag Day), 1960,,and
lived in Philadelphia, PA,
until 1978. He then moved to
Citrus County, where he
resided until three years
O
agMike is known for many
accomplishments, including
ten Awards for Sales and
Quality while employed by
three independent compa-
nies. He was the founder of
Gemini Pizza in Hernando,
a designer and builder of
homes in Citrus County, and
a soccer coach with a class
"C" coaching license in In-
verness. Mike loved his fam-
ily and the great outdoors
He was awarded an Hon-
orary Black Belt in Tae
Kwon Do to acknowledge
his dedication and assis-
tance to Master Park during
the long years his sons stud-
ied the sport.
He had an open water
certification as a scuba
diver. During one fateful
dive in the Gulf of Mexico,
Mike folmd a bracelet at the
bottom of the gulf with the
name "Brenda" engraved
on it. Years later, after meet-
ing the love of his life, he
presented it to his bride,
Brenda.
Most notable are Mike's
recent literary accomplish-
ments. He is the author of
the published novel "Bodo:
The Tale of the Wood-
carver's Dog." Mike and his
sister, Cookie, recently com-
pleted the motion picture
screenplay fdr "Bodo,"
which is currently in pre-
production with Capstone
Entertainment Group. Mike
had a great appreciation for
canines. In 1994, Mike's dog
Cuno Von Lowehaus won
the title of World Champion
Lowchen, the highest honor
attainable in the canine
woHd. Interesting to note,
Mike bore a striking resem.
balance to Comedian Jay
Leno, and had been offered
a chance to be a guest on the
"Tonight Show" at one time.
With a quick wit and
strong determination, Mike
left this ivorld a far better
place than when he came
into it. He was a wonderful
father, husband and grand-
father. Mike is leaving be-
hind wife Brenda, sons
Mike Jr. and Eric, their re-
spective fancies Julie
Drefer and Jill Viva, his
granddaughter Hannah
Adams, and future step-
grandchildren Kim and
Megan Alkire. His surviving
siblings are Rodman,
Louise "Cookie," Wilbur, Pa-
tricia and Thomas. At age
49, Mike made the transition
to spirit on November 4,
2009, from cancer. He
passed peacefully at home
surrounded by fathily. Mike
left this world too soon and
will be greatly missed.
A memorial for Michael
David Adams will be held
Wednesday, December 9,
2009, at 10:00 am at Saint
Benedict Catholic Church,
455 South Suncoast Blvd.,
Crystal River, Florida,
32629. Saint Benedict held a
very special meaning to
Mike as it was the place
where he and Brenda were
-
married, and where they
baptized their first born son,
Memorial Park South Fll-
neral Home, 4121 Falcon
Parkway, Flowery Branch,
Georgia, 30542. 770-967-5555
or online condolences at
www.memorialparkfuneral
homes.com.

Kathleen
Brooks, OO
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BEACH


60, of Mount Plymouth and
New Smyrna Beach, who
died Saturday, December 5,
2009, at her home, will be at
11:30 a.m. Wednesday, De-
cember9, at Coronado Com-
munity United Methodist
Church, New Smyrna
Beach, with The Reverend
Robert C. Brown, officiating.
Calling hours will be from
10:30 a.m. until service time.
A private burial will be at
Oak Ridge Cemetery, Inver-
ness.
Born in Aurora, Illinois,
Mrs. Brooks came to Florida
in 1986 from Naperville, Illi-
nois.-Abusinessadministra-
tor, she worked for the
family business, Utopia Fo
liage Service, for Calvary
Assembly, and for Cox &
Rouse Law Firm. Mrs.
Brooks attended Coronado
Community United
Methodist Church, New
Smyrna Beach. Christmas
was her favorite time of the
fear, so her decorations
sometimes stayed up until
June. She loved people, es-
pecially her family and
friends, as well as being a
homemaker. She was an
avid movie buff who had a
lifetime membership in the
Clint Eastwood Fan Club;
loved music, especially
opera; animals, especially
her cat, "Miss B.," and rid-
ing her Harley.' She was a
brave patient throughout
her long illness and fight
with .Leukemia, and was
very grateful for her oncolo-
gist who she believed was
sent to her by God.
Survivors include her
husband of 20 years,
Richard; 3 sisters, Linda Es-
posito of Woodridge, Illi-
nois, Mary Lou Remenick
and her husband, Tom ofAl-
tamonte Springs, Florida,
and Georgia Harris and her
husband, Paul of Inverness,
Florida; 2 nephews, Todd
Esposito and his wife, Au-
drey of Lisle, Illinois, and
Brian Remenick and his
wife, Jdlie of Alpharetta,
Georgia; 2 nieces, Valerie
Wilder and her husband,
Tony of Bolingbrook, Illi-
nois, and Lauren Remenick
of Altamonte Springs,
Florida; and mother-in-law,
Dorothy Jordan of Leesburg
Memorial contributions
rnay be made in Mrs.
Brooks' name to The
Leukemia and Lymphoma
Society, 3319 Maguire
Boulevard, Suite 101, Or-
lando, FL 32803.
Condolences may be
made online at www.settle
wilderfuneralhome.com '
Arrangements are being
handled by Settle-Wilder
Funeral Home and Crema-
tion Service, 406 S. Orange
Street,-New Smyrna Beach,
Florida 32168.

Albert
Johnson, 73
INVERNESS
Albert O. Johnson, 73, of
Inverness, Fla., died on
Sunday, Dec. 6, 2009, at
Munroe Regional Medical
Center in Ocala, Fla. Private
Cremation arrangements
are under the direction of
the Strickland Funeral
Home with Crematory Crys-
tal River, Fla.

Harry une, 64
HOM Ci SASSA
Mr. Harry W. Lane, 64, of
Homosassa, Fla., died Dec.
6, 2009, in Inverness. Cream-
tion arrangements .are
under the direction of the
Homosassa Chapel of
Hooper Funeral Homes &
Crematory.


Saturday, Dec. 5, 2009,
under the care of Hospice
House, Lecanto. He was
born in Owensboro, Ky., on
Jan. 31, 1923, to the late
Joseph Lee (Sr.) and-Lillian
Rose (Hafendorfer) Mc-
Glothlin.
He was a manufacturing
engineer with Burroughs
.. Corporation
(Unisys). for
45 years in
Plymouth,
Mich., and
Coral
Spring s,
a Fla. During
World War
Joseph. II, he
IVicGlothian served in
Jr. England as
a military policeman with
the Eighth U.S. Army Air
Corps. He received an Asso-
ciate of Arts degree in com-
merce from Henry Ford
Community College, Dear-
born, Mich. A .faithful
church member his entire
life, he served as deacon,
trustee, teacher and choir
member. He was a member
of Seven Rivers Presbyte-
rian Church, Lecanto. His
interests included Bible
study, genealogy, gardening,
music, travel, British come-
dies and mysteries, and re-
pairing cars and almost
anything. He took great
pleasure in his five grand-
sons and two great-grand-
sons.
Joseph was married to
Gertrude Ruth Yerke, the
love of his life, for 61 years.
He is also survived by one
daughter, Constance Lee
Scott (William) of David-
sonville, Md., and one son,
Douglas Mark McGlothlin
(Kristin) of West Palm
Beach, -Fla.; grandsons,
John Joseph, David Mark,
and Scott Douglas McGloth-
lin, Charles McGlothlin and
Peter McGlothlin Pfahl; and
great-grandsons, William
Blake and Matthew Joseph
Pfahl. ,
Visitation is from 5-8 p.m.
on Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2009,
from the Strickland Flineral
Home Chapel in Crystal
River, Fla. His funeral serv-
ice will be conducted on
Thursday, Dec. 10, 2009, at
11:00 a.m. at Seven Rivers
Presbyterian Church,
Lecanto, followed by mili-
tary burial at Florida Na-
tional Cemetery, Bushnell.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be sent to Covenant
Children's Home, Dunnel-
lon, or to Hospice House of
Lecanto, Hospice of Citrus
County, Inc.
Sign the guest book at .
wwwchroniclepnline.com.

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Patricia Abbott Peterson'
beloved wife of 58 years to
Irvin L. "Pete" Peterson,
passed away on December
4, 2009, under the care of
Hospice of Citrus County.
She is survived by her
husband, three sons, and six


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Smucker 59.50' -23
SoJerind 37.10 +.15
SouthnCo 33.01 +.18
SIhnCopper 33.28 -.33
SwslAid 10.10 -.13
SwsinEngy 42.93 -.02
SpectraEn 1962
SprintNex 418 +.49
SPDR 11084 -.17-


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HawaiiEl 1999 +29
HitCrREIT 4559 -50
HitMgmt 6.67 +10
HitherRlty 22.28 -.13
HealthNet 21.97 +.68
HeclaM 6.67 -.16
Heinz 43,34 -.02
HellnTel 7.72 -.18
HelmPayne 37.18 +.38


gP 59 -
oa 46 2
KrispKrm 3.16 -22
Kroger 22.85 +.35
L-3Com 83.26 +2.51
LDKSolar 9.25 +.26
LGDisplay 15.38 -,11
LSICorp 5.68 -.08
LTCPrp 27.56 4.27 ,
LaZBoy 10.00 +.11
Lacrede 32.92 +.15 .
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Lindsay 3684 +34
LionsGIg 580 -21


Loews 3538 -.07
Lowes 2278 -.10

M&TBk 6143 -201
MBlA 372 +03



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Macys 1638 +40



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a En 35.98 23
int 22.86 + 20
McDn1ds 61.93 +.34
McGrwH 32.@ +.63
McKesson 60.9 -.04
Mfee 38.67 -.63
MeadJohnn 42.25 -1.65
MeadWyco 28.30 +32
Mechel 19.51 +30
MedcoHIth 64.00 +30
Medtmic 43.06 ...
Merck 36.70 ...
MetLife 35.68 +35
MetroPCS 7.00 + 40

Midas 8.02 +11
Milipore 69.97 -.46
MobileTel 48.86 -1.10
Money('irm 2.42 +.01
Monsanto 83.44
MonstrWw 16.96 +13
25.04 -32
Morg ten 30.38 -SO
MSEmMki 14.23 -08


s 5 94 +1

MndO 5 +
NCRCorp 9.25 -02
NRGEgy 24.62 .+.28
NVEnergy 11.98 -.02
NYSEEur 24.58 -.27
Nabors 20.29 +.06
NatFuGas 48.15 +.60
NatGrid 53.30 -.23
NOilVarco 42.23 -
NatSemi 15.49 +04
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NewpkRes 343 +18
NiSource 1510 +.13


NobleEn 65.68 +.64
NokiaCp 12.71 +.01
Nomura 7.82 -.13
Nordstrm 35.25 +.01
NortlkSo 52.33 -,51
NoestUt 24.70 +10
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PHH 1458 38
PMIG 234 +.17
PNC 5203 -1.44
PNMRes 11.79 +.18
PPG 60.33 -.05
PPLCorp 31.79 +.16
PallCorp 32.07 -.16
ParkerHan 55.53 +22
PatriotCoal 12.20 +.16
Pea E 42.42 -.43
Peng g 9.27 +.12
PennVaRs 19.45 +.25
PennWstg 1704 -.25
Penney 2819 +29
Pentar 31 68 +.54

PepsiBott 3865 +.09
PepsiCo 6423 +.38
PepsiAmer 30.26 +.11
Prmian 13.16 -.14
Petrohawk 21.49 +.38
PetrbrsA 4474 -.55
Petrobras 5012 -.68
PtrogstE 550 +.11
Pfizer 1806 -.43


p or 49.84 02

Stat 1
PinWst 36.34 +.11
PitnyBw 23.05 +04
PlainsEx 26.53 +.17
PlumCrk 35.54 +.20
,Polaris 44.77 +.32
PostPrp 18.13 -.40
Potash 121.17 +4.11
PwshDB 24.23 -22
PSAgn 26.16 +01
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ProUltQQQ 5460 -54


PrUShCh25 7.68 +.22
ProUltSEM 11.17 +.16
ProUShtRE 8.21 +.Ag
ProUShOG 13.15 +.05
ProUShtFn 24.97 +.66
ProUShtBM 9.04 -.05
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QuanexBkI 16.44 -.03
QuantaSuc 18.44 +.10
OnimDSS 2.78 +.08
Questar 39.57 -.44
QksilvRes 12.90 +.44
QwestCm 4.11 +.20
RPM 20.56 +.07
RRIEngy 524 +.24
Rackspace 20.83 +.02
RadianGrp 6.36 +.30
RadioShk 1923 -.29
Ralcorp 5827 +.01
RangeRs 4489 -.29
RJamesFn 2342 -.72
Rayonier 4144 +59


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Chkos 1387 -17
Chimera 396 -02
ChinaGmn 1733 +5
ChinaMble 4722 -.66
ChinaUni 13.15 +.W
Chubb 48.92 +23
CinciBell 324 +.07
Cidgrp 403 -.03
CleanH 5711 +11
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ColictvBrd 22.61 +17


ConAgra 22.61 +.01
ConocPhil 50.82 +.16
Conseco 5.16 -.08
ConsolEngy 43.68 -.08
ConEd 44.39 +.34
ConstellA 16.59 -.15
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DanaHIdg 821 -.03
Danaher 72.42 -.01
Darden 32.15 -.OS
DeanFds 16.82 +02
Deere 53.61 -63
DellaAir 10.16 +22
DenburyR 13.84 +05
DBGoldDL 29.50 -40
DBGoldDS 12.80 +10
DevelDiv 9.31 -39
DevonE 65.79 -37
Dia0ils 97.81 +61
DicksSpig 21.95 +03
DigitaiRit 4834 -1.55
DirxEMBear 5.16 +.12
. DirFBear rs 20.24 +.75

DirxSCBear 11.04 -.06
DirxSCBull 38.68 +.15
DirxLCBear 17.95 +.08
DirxLCBul 50.56 -.25
DirxEnBear 1208 +.03
DirxEnBull 37.79 -.12
Disa)ver 15.41 +.23
Disney 31.00 +.16
DomRescs 38.22 +.47


DowChm 02 54
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Dyn 206 +04
EMC p 169 -23
EOGRes 87.27 +20
EastChm 59.47 -.28
EKodak 4.52 +.05
Eaton 65.26 -.95
Edisonint 34.99 +15
BPasoCp 9.63 +13
Elan 6.30 +03


Name Last Chg A 34.08 -1.28

|"2' !!:75 240
ABBLid 1825 -.29 RISves 18.08 11
ACELtd 49.22 +.41 BPPLC 58.17 31
AESCorp 13.29 -.07 BRT 4.88 +.03
AFLAC 45.73 -.10 BakrHu 38,92 17
AGCO 31.37 -81 Bal)Cp 50.07 +87
AGLRes 36.13 +.34 BcoBrades 22.08 +34
AKSteel 1969 +.31 BcoSaniand 17.53 -17
AMBPr 2470 -,34 ScSBrasiln 13.62 -02
AMR 725 -.12 BkofAm 15.89 -39
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AdvAuto 4075 -17 BerkHaA9950000 -189.00


Agilent 29.88 +.02 SkHillsCp 25.07 +.89
Agnicog 62.72 -.44 BlkDebtStr 3.53 -.03
Agrlumg 60.31 +2.75 SkEnhC&i 15.51 +.07
AirProd 81.91 -18 Blackstone 13.65 -.04
AirTran 5.07 -09 BiockHR 20.48 +.26
AlcatelLuc 3.41 -02 Biockbstr .66 +03
Engy W k Chp 5 +




AIdrish 451 -20 9 nker 1384 -02









AmTower 4032 -.68 ClGNA 3324 +1.08
AmWkWks 2176 -.04 CMSEng 15.12 +.26
Amerigas 3909 +.70 CSSInds 18.95 -.30
Ameriprise 3797 -.42 CSX 49.09 -1.04
AmeriBigs 2464 -.03 CVSCare 30.85 +.09
Anadarko 58.27 -1.89 CabotO&G 38.50 +46
AnalogDev 3044 -.16 CallGoli 7.30 +10
AnglogidA 42.79 -.85 Calpine 11.03 +02
AnnTaytr 15.36 ... Camecog 31.09 +27
Annaly 18.45 +.28 Camerod 3727 -08
Anworth 7.25 -.02 CampSp 35.40 -07
AnnCorp 38.38 -.22 OdnNRyg 55.16 +1.01
Apache 93.34 -.86 CdnNRsg 65.36 -1.15
Apthy 14.60 -.18 CapOne 37.47 -,45
Aqpadm ,16.92 +.11 CapitISice 3.73 -.13
Ardil@It SO 93 -.03 CapM ptB 14.00 .05 .

Ashland 3924 +85 Camival 32.41 -.45
AsdEstal 10.13 -.11 Caterpillar 57.56 -.74
Assurant 29.99 -.57 Celanese 31.33 +.36
AssuredG 20.91 -.52 Cemex 1137 -.18
ATMOS 28.77 +.53 Cemigpf s 19.25 +.04
AuloNaln 18.07 +.01 CenterPnt 13.88 +.11
AvalonBay 75.62 -1.32 CenPacF 1,17 +24
AveryD 38.42 -.53 CntryTel 36.70 +.36
AvisBudg 11.68 -.29 ChampEh .20


Energy 81.15
Equifax 30.18
EqiyRsd 32.14
EsteeLdr 49.07
Eve mEn 31
ExmRes 17p
Exelon 5016
ExxonMbl 73.p
FPLGrp 52.96
FairchidS 9.66
FamilyDir 28.2g
FannieMaq 92
FedExCp 8752
FedSigni 585
Fedinvst 2501
Ferreligs 22 22

FidNFin 1369
FidNatInfo 23.48
FstBcpPR 1.7g
FstHorizon 13.gg
FTAclDiv 12.25
FtTrEnEq 11.15
FirstEngy 44.9
Ruor 42.17


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IntPap 25.9 +04
Interpublic 6.55 +.19
IntPotash 30.93 -.08
invesco 21.30 -.33
IronMin 23.84 -.16
a nib +

JCrew 42.92 -22
JPMorgCh 41.25 -49
JablI 13.25 +31
J 34.90 -04
Januscap 12.76 -21
Jefferies 2324 -53
Johain 64.37 +01
JohnsnC11 26 80 21

KCSouthn 2943 -.13
Kaydon 3659 -.60
KAEngTR 22.00 +.15
Keikagg 52.89 -07
Keycorp 5.89 -27
KimbCIk 65.19 -68,
Kimco 13.08 -51
KindME 57.47 +47


GabelliET 5.20




Gap 2164
GenDynam 6788
GenBec 1608
GenMills 69.00
Genworth 11.26
GaPw8-44 26.10
Gerdau 17.04
GoldFLtd 14.13
Golderpg 41.33
GoldmanS 163.85
Goodrich 61.15
Goodyear 14.51
GtPlainEn 18.44
Griffon 11.57
GpTele0sa 21.39
GuangRy 20.17

HRPTPrp 6.20
HSBC 58.66
HSBCcap 8.40
Hallibrtn 27.70
HanJS 13.33
HanPIDv2 9.52
Hanesbrds 23.82
Hanoverlns 40.85


H



HostHotis 10.49
Humana 40.61
Huntsmn 10.78
IAMGidg 17.50
ICICIBk 36.68
IMSHRh 21.36
ING 9.20
iSAstia 23.13
iShBraz 77.y
iSCan 25.98
iShGer 2162
iShHK 16.24
iShJapn 9.91
iShKor 47.10
iSMalas 10.84
iShMex 50.44

iShSilver 17.82
iShChina25 44.64
iShDJTr 73.24
iSSP500 111.1g
IShEMkts 41.48
IShSPLatA 48.58
iShB20T 93.46
(SEafe 56.36


Banrog 213 -.14
BarcG -.05
BrcindiaTR 61.79 -1.57
BootsCools 1.41 -.02

CaracoP 524 +66
CardiumTh .59 -02
CelSci 1.17 -04
CFCdag 14.40 -.22
CentGoldg 44.98 -2.14
CheniereEn 1.96 +.08
ChMarFdn 7.44 +.30
ChMdawt 4.85 +61


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Australia
Bahrain


Canada
Chile
China .
Colombia
CzechRe 9
Denmark
nominger P=p


Hong Kong
Hungry
india
Indnsia
israel
BPan
Jordan
Lebanon
Mai VSIS
MeXIco
N.Zealand
Norwa
Peru
Poland
Russia
Singapore
So. Africa
So.Korea
Sweden
Switzerind
Taiwan
Thailand
Turkey
U.A.E.
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Venzuel


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1.0531
502.45
6.8304
2011.50
17.30
5.0226
36.15


7.7501
181.75
46.525
840.07
3.7976
89.48
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1501.50
3.3975
12.6500
1.4029
5.7146
2.879
2.74
29.8998
1.3897 .
7.4615
1152.70
7.0472
1.0192
32.28
33.13
1.4888
3.6735
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1.0978
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1.0589
502.45
6.8276
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5.0201
36.06


7.7500
181.79
46.174
9405.00
3.7956
90.70
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1503.00
3.3805
12.6600
1.4000
5.7038
2.883
2.74
29.4872
1.3896
7.4583
1150.20
6.9979
1.0188
32.18

1.4916
3.6733
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2.1473


Rentech 1.63 +.08


irewt 22 02
PeabGki 25.69 -04

TanzRyg 3.61 -.19
Taseko 3.85 -.13
Tenisco .45 -.04
TianyinPh 4.63 +33
TimbednR 1.29 -03
TriValley 180 -17
USGeoth 163 +04
USGold 2.70 -11


NthnO&G 9.70 -12
aDeP 3
NovaGidg S.78 -32
Oilsandsg 1.18 -02



PacRim .21 -01
Palatin .25 +01
ParaG&S 1.30 +01
PionDrit 6.54 +.08
Protdix 8.20 +.11
PyramidOil 4.60 -.01
RadientPh .29 +.00


MagelPI 1.75 +.10
MannKd 7.25 -.01
MarchxB 4.91 -.07
MavellT 17.91 -.15
Mattel 20.03 +.14
Mattson 3.00 +.05
Maximlntg 18.83 +.17
MaxwliT 17.04 -.06
MedAssets 21.00 -.70
MedicAcin 14.70 +.75
Med ation 33.30 -.01
MelcoCrwn 4.20 -.07
MentorGr 8.30 +.05
MercedoL 49.57 -2.12
MesaAirh .12 +.00
Micrel 7.46 -.04
Microchp 27.77 ...
MicroSemi 16.39 -.11
Microsoft 29.79 -.19
Micivisn 3.29 -.05
MilerHer 16.71 +.25
Misonix 1.83 +.03
Molex 20.37 +.30
Moment 10.75 -.14
MorgHti 4.48 +.09
Move1nc 1.55 -.04
Mylan 18.18 +,19
MyriadGs 24.13 +.09
NICloc 8.75 -.37
NIIHidg 31.76 +.60
Nanomtr 12.50 -.10
NaraBacp, 9.52 -.33
Nasd0MX 19.62 -.40
NatPenn 5.20 -.53
NatusMed 13.78 +.50
NektarTh 9.84 +.22
NetlUEPS 18.43 -.07
NetSenic 13.67 -.01
NetLogic 43.89 -.94
NetApp 33.09 +.35
Netease 37.23 -.49
Nettlix 55.91 -.32
Nettisth 4.54 +.03
NeutTand 20.54 -.80
NewFrnt 1.87 -,02
NewsCpA i2.26 +.23
NewsCpB 14.52 +.23
NexMed .26 +.02
NobityH 9.50 -.56
NorTrst 48.07 -.62
NovtMfris 8.71 +.05
Novavax 3.27 ...
Novell 3.99 -.07
No us 2.52 +.16
NuHorizlf 3.97 -.OB
NuVasive 29.60 +.35
NuanceCm i4.80 -.09
NutliSys 28.22 +2.21
Nvidia 16,09 +1.83
OReillyAh 38.34 -.15
OSIPhim 34.9 +.55
OceanFrt 1.06 -.01
Ociaro 1.51 +.10
Oculus 1.89 -.11
OldDomFh 28.26 -.42
OmniVisn 12.55 +.07
OnAssign 7.04 +.12
OnSmend 8.22 -.16
1800Flowrs280 +.09.
OnyxPh 29.49 --28
OpnwySy 2.24 ...
optXprs 14.80 -.20
Oracle 22.48 -.35
OraSure 4.22 +.32
OriginAg 11.19 -.41
Orthfx 31.20 -.04
Orthovia 3.74 -.07
OtterTW1 23.72
Oversik 15.02 +.0g
Oxi eneh 1.22 +.02
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PDLBio 6.49 +.12
PFChng 35.55
PMCSra 8.94 +.19
PSSWrid 20.00 +.11
Paccar 35.97 -.43
Pacerini 2.84 -.07


PacCapB .99 +.03
PacEthan .85 +.18
PacSunwr 3.23 -.05
PaetecHid 3.99 +.04
Palmlnc 11.63 -.10
PanASW 25.39 -.35
Parity 14.51 +.08
ParagShip 5.07 +.02
ParamTch 15.51 -.14
Patterson 26.33 -.03
PattUTI 14.72 +.01
Paychex 32.50 +.15
PeetsCfeT 30.99 -,86
PnnNGm 27,82 -.81
PensonWw 9.47 +.09
PeopUtdF 16.04 -.19
PerfectWId 43.35 +.73
Perrigo 39.66 +.17
PetroDev 17.45 -.20
PersMart 26.16 -.17
PharmPdt 21.75 -.01
PhnxTc 2.81 +.11
PhotrIn 5.00 +.03
PlugPower .74 -,02
Polycom 22.10 +.06
Poniardh 2.34 -,03
PoolCorp 18.33 +.25
Popular 2.60 -.04
PWrinteg 36.95 +.52
Power-One 4.10 +.20
PwShsQQQ43.91 -.21
Powrway 1.39 -.01
Presstek 2.22 -.05
PriceTR 48.60 -1.13
pricellne 216.12 -4.60
PrivateB 9.79 -.06
praynicsPh 4.25 +13
ProspctCap 10.96 -03
PsychSol 22.36 -27
PureCycle 2.87 +37
QIAGEN 21.61 -.21
QLT 4.68 -.05
QiaoXing 214 -.05
Qiogic 18.83 +.04
Qualcom 44.89 -.27
QuantFhif 1.17 -.02
QuestSit 17.30 -.05
Quidd 12.99 -.14 ,
RFMicD 5.04 -.15
RadntSys 10.09 +.19
Rambus 21.19 -.13
Randgold 82.34 +.12
RealNwk 3.35 -.10
RedRobin 15.72 +.19
Reedsit .18 +.01
RegncyEn 19.07 +.08
Regenm 19.23 -.09
RentACl 18.05 -.19
ReprosThh .72
RepubAir 7.93 -.14
RschMoin 60.28 +1.53
RexEnergy 10.75 +1.12
RkjelPh 8.74 -.05
RIN01nto 28.86 +1.23
R erbed 20.29 -.48
RodmanR 4.18 +.18
RosettaR 18.15 +.55
RossSirs 43.86 +.23
RoviCorp29.83 -.64
RoyGki 51.16 -.10
Ranarr 26.22 -.12

SlCorp 6.51 +.24
SBACom 32.55 -.32
SEllny 17.63
STEC 12.53 +.04
SVBFnGp 37.53 +.03
SalixPhm 23.02 -.15
SanderFm 42.42 +.18
SanDisk 22.11 +.17
Sanminars 9.50 +.29
Santatus 4.95 -.03
Sapient 7.34 -.18
Satconh 2.26
SavientPhl3.31 -.37
Schnitzer 47.87+123
Schwab 18.29 -.26


SciClone 2.49 +.12
SciGames 14.26 -.18
SeacoastBk 1.80 +.14
SeagateT 16.62 -.07
SearsHIdgs 72.61 -.10
SeattGen 9.42 ...
Sdecticab .23 +.00
SelecIvlns 16.13 +.14
Semitool 10.95 -.02
Semtech 16.83 -.03
Sequenom 4,36 +06
ShandaGn 9.71 +40
Shanda 51.64 -19
Shire 59.14 +40
ShuffiMstr 7.81 -12
Shutterily 15.76 +.70
SkjaTechh 8.97 -.09
SigmaDsg 10.72 +.22
SkamaAld 52.64 -.24
Silicnimg 2.41 +.05
SilenLab 44.63 -.32
Sicnware 7.09 +.OB
SilvStdg 23.83 +.21
Sina 43.82 -1.16
Sinovac 7.51 -03
SiliusXMh .63 -.00
SironaDent 34.94 +,96
SkillSoft 10,42 +.06
SkyWest 16.83 -.53
SkywksSol 13.84 +.10
SmartBal 5.62 +.02
SmartM 5.10 +.08
SmariHtn 15.37 +1.26
SmithWes 4.19 -.26
SmithMicro 6.70 +.10
Sohu.cm 52.34 -.84
Solatfun 7.47 +.48
Somaxon 1.41 -2.12
SonicCorp 9.99 +.10
SonicSolu 10.18 +.50
Sonus 2.19 +.03
SouMoBc 11.20 -.05
Sourceire 23.31 +.49
SouthFncl .65 +.09
SpectPh 487
Staples 2435 -.01
StarBulk 307 -.03
StarSdent 64 +.01
Starbucks 2140 -10
StarentNet 3452 -.02
StlDynam 1751 +.22
SteinMrt 1012 -.63
StemCells 1.34 -.01
Stericycle 58.10 +1.19
SteriBcsh 4.66 -.05
StrtF WA .68 +.01
SuccessF 16.20 +.13
SunMicro 8.46 +.02
SuneedsPh .44 +.02
SunPowerA 24.45 +2.14
SunPwrB 21.53 +2.17
SusqBnc 5.68 -05
Sycamore 2.96 -04
Symantec 17.66 -22
Symetricm 5.08 +08
Synaptics 26.50 -79
Synopsis 20.98 -04
Synovis 12.92 -.05
Syntroleum2.05 -.05
TDAmeritr 18.65 -.55
TFSFncl 11.78 -.17
THQ 4.60 -.04
TTMTch 10.90 -.10
twtelecom 15.15 -.44
TakeTwo 7.91 +.17
TargaRes 21.51 +.54 '
TargGeneh .30 +.06
TASER 4.34 +.02
TechData 44.47 +.12
Tekelec 14.83 +.03
TICmSys 9.11 +.18
Telestone 15.41 -.63
Tellabs 5.70 +.02
TerreStar 1.13 +.02
TesseraT 26.81 +.62
TetraTc 26.75 -.27
TevaPhrm53.25 -.76
TexRdhse 1075 +.06


Name .ast Chg

A-Power 1644 +78
ACMoorelf 280 -13
ADCTel 639 +.15
APACC 5.31 +02
ASMLHid 32.65 -.31
ATPO&G 16.60 +.18
ATSMed 3.03 +.13
AVlBio 1.65 -.01
.@ -.0
AcadiaPh 121
AcordaTh 24.18 -.13
ActivsBliz 10.93 -.10
Adaplec 330
AdobeSy 3637 -13
Adtran 2133 +33
AdvATech 370 +11
AdvBattery 387 -09
AdvEnld 1275 +41
Advocate 5.64 -111
AEtemag .94 -18
Affymetrix 4.93 +03
AgFeed 4.91 -.13
Aixtron 37.25 +.89
AkamaiT 25.37 +.39
AkeenaSol 1.05 +.05
AlaskCom 8.05 +07
Aldila 3.79
Alexion 4530 +35
AlignTech 18.00
Alkerm 8.9 -16
AllegiantT 45.88 +.08
AllosThera 5.88 -.74
AiscriptM 19.75 -.45
AllairNano .81 -.01
AlleraCplf 22.06 -.05
Amazon 134.21 -3.37
Amedisys 38.95 +.65
AmCapLtd 3.02 +04
AmItPasla 32.91 +59
AmerMed 17.9 -18
AmSupr 34.48
Amgen 56.48 -.37
AmkorTif 6.70 +.02
Amylin 13.91 -.19
Anadigc 3.80
AnadysPh 2.50 -,08
Anlogic 38.05 -.93
Analystsh .78 +.06
Anesivah .15 +.02
Angiotchg, 1.30 +.07
Ansys 40.96 -.11
Antigncs .74 -.04
AMSysn l7.56 +.38
ApolloGrp 54.31 -.45
Apollolny 10.07 -.05
Applelnc 188.95 -4.37
ApidMatl 1325 -.07
AMCC 7.55 -.13
ArchCap 6927 -.25
ArcSight 24.25 -.37
ArenaPhm 3.63 -.11
AresCap 12.63 +.23
AriadP 2.47 +.03
AribaInc 11.29 -.02
ArmHid 7.99 -.05
Arris 10.85 -.05
ArtTech 4.25 -.01
ArubaNet 9.03 -.08
Asialnfo 30.71 +5.61
AssalBanc 10.58 -.16
athenahith 46.06 -.68
Atheros 30.78 +.18
AtlasF..ngy 25.89 -.28
Atmel 421 +.06
Audvox 7.06 -.25
Auledesk 24.72 -.2
AuloData 43.88 +.19
AvagoTn 16.87 +.35
AvoclCp 24.99 +.01
Aware 2.00 -.08
Axcelis 1.34 +.01
BEAero 23.33 -.10
BMCSft 38.64 +.05
SaiduInc 421.00 -4.32


BareEscent 12.38 -94
BeaconPw .50 +01
BeacnRf 16.60 +06
Beasiey 400 -20
SebeStts 554 +05
BedBath 38.69 -.46
BigBand 3.53 +.10
Biocryst 7.05 -.52
BioFuelEn 3.39 +.48
Biogenldc 48.30 +.12
BioMarin 16.83 -36
Bionovoh .36 .-.02
BioScrip 7.96 +.25
BIkRKelso 8.54 +.08
BobEva 27.16 +.38
BostPrv 5.10 +.16
BtiminT 16.92 -1.09
BrigExp 11.89 +.31
Brightpnt 7.30 -27
Broadcom 31.06 +.29
BrdpntGlch 5.93 -22
BradeCm 7.29 +.25
BrukerCp 11.04 ...
Bucyrus 51.35 +.49
CAInc 22.34 -.31
CHRobins 57.26 -.57
CMEGrp 323.68 -6.95
CTCMedia 15.61 +.57
CVBFnd 7.92 +.08
Cadence 6.27 -.06
CdnSolar 23.79 +.79
CapCtyBk 12.55 +.26
CpsinTrb 1.35 +.03
Cardk>Net 4.44 +.02
CareerEd 25.81 +.30
Carrizo 21.38 +.59
CarverBcp 8.00 +,a
Cases 31.10 +.33
CathayGen 7.50 -.06
CaviumNet 21.69
CeleraGrp 6.60 +.10
Celgene 55.53 -.44
C@Thertsh 1.27 +09
CentEuro 29.07 -.43
CentGardit 10.18 +.32
CentAl 10.66 +.34
CephIn 56.68 +1.30
Cemer 75.33 -189
ChrmSh 5.14 +.09
ChkPoint 33.45 +.39
Cheesecake 19.55 +.06
ChildPlace 27.71 +.12
Chi rin 29.30 +2.64
Chi uto 19.46 -1.53
ChinaBAK 2.71 -.01
ChinaBot 16.80 +1.66
ChinaCble .71 -.05
ChinaRre 15.01 +222
ChinaInfo 6.33 +.15
ChinaNGn 11.19 +.11
ChinaPSil 2.19 -.04
ChinaSun 4.43 +22
ChipMOS .75
ChrchllD 35.58 -.21
CienaCorp 12.74 +.16
CinnFin 25.39 -.10
Cintas 29.44 +.03
Cirrus 6.26 +.13
Cisco 24.21 +.05
CrizReph .62
CillixSys 39.00 -.47
Clarienth 2.44 +.01
CleanEngy 11,89 -.13
Cleandre 5.95
ClickSft 5.83 +.20
Cogent 9.30 +.30
CognizTech 44.27 -.15
CogoGrp 6.40 -.06
Coinstar 23.83 -.25
ColdWtrCrk 4.47 +.06
Comarco 3.29 +.05
CombinRx 1.09 +.04
Comcast 17.27 +1.14
Comespd16.52+1.22
CmcBMO 38.74 -94
CommS 12.20 +.06
CommV 22.65 +.32
CompCrd 3.76 -.17


Compuwre 720 +.02
Conexant 2.33 -.05
Comedy 21.10 -.10
ConsolCm 15.98 -.13
ConstantC 16.50 -57
Converah .25 +01
ConvOrgan .69 -01
CorinthC 13.89 -01
Costco 59.35 +16
Creelnc 51.18 -94
Crocs 5.43 +01
CrosstexE 4.32 +.14
Ctrip.com 75.78 +.52
CubistPh 18.17 -.01
Curis 2.91 -.01
Cyberonics 19.56 +.83
CybrSrce 18.20 -.23
Cydacel .84 -.08
CyprsBio 5.45 +.05
CypSemi 10.55 +.24
CylRx 1.15 +03
ori 6.19 +.05
5
DDiCorp 4.00 -.02
Dataram 3.66 +.06.
DayStarh .41 ---
DealrTrk 19.28 +.83
DeckOut 97.73 -.08
v]decodGen .04 +01
Delcath 5.57 +44
DellInc 13.29 -17
DItaPtr .88 +01
Dndreon 27.07. -19
Dennys 2.56 +05
Dentsply 34.14 -.12
Dk)River 25.67 -.14
DirecTVA 32.68 +.02
DiscCmA 31.46 +.08
DiscCmC 27.68 +.23
DiscyLabs .73 -.03
DishNetwk 21.40 +.20
DIlrTree 47.23 +.44
DonlicyRR 21.60 -.05
DragnWgn 9.30 -.13
DrmWksA 38.05 -.83
DressBam 21.31 +.02
drugstore 3.52 +.14
DryShips 6.26 -.08
DyaxCp 3.85 -.11
Dynavax 1.31 +.01
ETrade 1.68 -.02
eSay 23.12 -.55
ev3Inc 13.12 -.06
EagleBulk 5.68 -.08
ErthUnk 8.14 +.05
EstWstBcp l4.66 -.17
Ebix1nc 54.51 +1.77
Eclipsys 19.63 -.01
EduDv 5.79 +30
ElectSci 11.06 +11
EleclArts 16.20 ...
Emcore 1.00 +05
EmmisCm 1.40 +21
EncoreCap 18.90 +65
Encormh .30 +.04
EndoPhrm 20.25 -.65
Endologix 4.48 -.02
Ened 6.02 -.03
EngyCony 10.56 +.39
EnrgyRec 6.41 -.17
EngyXXI 2.14 +.01
Entegis 4.79 +.11
EnteroMed .47 +.01
EntreMdh 1.02 +.21
EntropCom 3.43 -.05
EnzonPhat 10.18 +.16
Equinix 101.06 +.21
EdosnTel 9.55 -.07
EuroTech 2.96 +.15
EvigrSir 1.58 +.03
Exeli)ds 6.89 -.02
ExideTc 7,79 -.11
Expedia 25.17 -.68
Expdlnd 32.69 -.38
ExpScipts87.21 +.19
ExtrmNet 2.43 +.02
Ezcorp 15.75 +.13


F5Netwks 51.72 +1.08
FGXInti 16.23 -.84
FLlRSys 29.81 +,01
Fastenal 38.68 -.25
FedMogul 13.54 +.20
FiberTowr .53 +.01
FifthThird 10.30 -.14
Fndinst 11.68 -.38
Finisarts 8.60 +.17
FstCashFn 21.53 +29
FMidBe 11.22 +.21
FstNiagara 13.26 -.06
FstSolar 135.18 +5.56
FstStBcp .46 <+.02
FstMerit 20.25 -1.34
Fiserv 47.01 -.07
Flextm 7.30 +.02
Flowint 2.9 +.11
FocusMda 14.69 +.10
ForcePro 5.47 +,12
ForgntNth .25 -.02
FounFac 19.05 +.38
Fortinetn 16.92 -.36
Fossillnc 31.74 -.04
FosterWhi 28.97 -.26
FredsInc 9.26 -.09
FuelCell 3.49 +.11
FultonFnd 8.51 -.15
F iln 2021 -.1
,
GFIGrp 4,81 -.10
GMXRs 12.14 +.35
GSICmmrc 24.54 +.51
GSITech 4.43 -.15
GTSolar 5.08 +.07
G-lil 20.20 -1.40
Garmin 30.20 -.53
GenProbe 43.19 +.13
GenBiotch .54 -.01
Gentex 18.15 +.46
Gentivah 24.16 +.46
GenVech 1.07 ...
Genzyme 49.72 -.26
GeronCp 5.78 -.01
GigaMed 3.86 -.06
GileadSd 46.62 +03
GlacierBc 13.03
Globlind 5.92 +01
GIbSpMetn 9.00 +51
Google 566.25 +124
GICanyEd 18.37 -30
Grl.kD 5.95 -.15
Green tCs 6039 -.80
GulfResn 10.35 +.35
Gymbree 40.98 +.19
HMNFn 4.05 -.05
HSNInc 18.99 -.17
HainCel 16.57 -.13
HansenMed 2.62 +.13
HansenNat 35.29 -.18
HarbinElec 22.69 +.72
Harmonic 5.70 +15
HawHdd 7.20 +.14
HitindEx 15.26 -.17
HelicosBio 1.49 -.04
HSchein 51.12 +.03
HercOffsh 5.01 +.15
HEchPhm2263+2.50
Hibbett 20.21 +.35
Hologic 14.34 +.01
Homelnns 36.60 -1.33
HotTopic 5.67 +.05
HudsCity 13.11 -.16
HumGen 27.52 -.64
HuntJB 32.89 -.91
HuntBnk 3.68 -.01
HuronCon 23.64 +.63
HutchT 8.14 +.29
Hythiamh .32 +.02
12Tech 18.73 -.01
IAClnter 19.00 -.07
IBasis 2.99 -.01
ICOInc 6.77 +.08
iPass 1.07 +.01
iShNsdqBio79.32 -.32
IconPLC 21.97 -.19
iconixBr 11.77 -.01


Ikanos 175 +05
illumina 28.34 +02
ImaxCorp 11.36 +.33
Immucor 19.87 +.43
ImunoGn 8.33 -.13
Imunmd 3.52 +.11
ImpaxLbn 12.14 +.26
Incyte 7.93 .-.36
Infinera 9.10 +.01
InfoLogixh .16 +.03
Informant. 23.75 -.09
InfosysT 51.65 -.81
Insmedh .81 +.03
InspPhar 6.00 +.06
IntgDv 6.12 -.01
Inte) 20.37 -.09
interactBrk 17.59 +.09
interDig 25.50 +.21
InterMune 11.81 -.05
IntlSpdw 28.13 +.09
Intersil 14.50 +.04
Intuit 29.60 -.15
IntSurg 288.55 -3.45
InvRIEst 9.21 -.09
lidiumCm 7.97 -02
isis 10.54 +01
ivanhoeEn 2.52 -03

JASolar 495 +55
JDASoft 2461 +.04
JDSUniph 7.82 -.05
JackHenry 23.11 +.10
JackinBox 19.22 +.13
JkksPac 11.32 -.38
Jamba 1.79 -.05
JamesRiv 17.37 -.17
JetBlue 5.74 -.09
JosphBnk 40.93 -1.03
JoyGlb1 52.81 -:19
KLATnc 36.05 +.36
KMGCh 16.49 -.16
KapStone 8.14 ...
Kendle 15.74 +.24
KeryxBio 3.20 +.10
Force 14.20 +.46
KnghtCap 14.81 ...
KongZhg 11.37 -.73
KopinCp 4.43 +.03
Kulicke 5.20 +.20
LKQCorp 18.65 -.14
LSilndlf 7.91 +.19
LTX-Cred 1.51 +.07
1.alollPhh .13 +.07
Labophmg 1.72 +.07
LamResrch 38.23 +.03
LamarAdv 27.93 -.13
Landstar 38.30 -.54
Latice 2.65 +.01
LawsnSit 6.65 -.01
Layne 27.17 +1.06
LeapWiss 15.77 +.49
Levei3 1.40 ...
LexiPhrm 1.71 +.03
UbGlobA 20.96 +.43
LibGlobC 20.95 +.43
UblyMlntA. 10.76 -.01
LibStrzAn 48.25 -.65
UfeTech 5062 -.02
LifePtH 29.79 +.53
UhirGold 30.92 -.72
Uhualatn 11.17 +.27
Uncare 35.78 +.54
UncB 52.44 -.64
UnearTch 28.24 +.25
UnnEngy 25.24 +.09
LodgeNet 5.60 +.23
Logitech 1640 +09
LookSmart 107 -01
lululemng 2733 +30
Luminex 1465 +06

MBFncl 19.83 +95
MORNAh .89 +03
MGE 35.58 +.03
,MTS 27.09 -.14
| MageinHI 36.19 -.23


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R 05
iSR2KG 6572 +05
iShR2K U.51 +.09
iShREst 44.65 -.79
iShFnSc 51.38 -.68
iShBasM 58.46 +.07
IStar 2.84 -,10
IITCorp 52,58 +.20
Idacorp 30,53 +.23
ITW 48.55 +.06 ,


E A 48 -Sd


FortuneBt 3989 -.44
FredMac 108 -.01
FMCG 7869 -1.18
FrontierCm 837 +16
.
GATX 29.35 -28
GLGPirs 3.02 -,08


EndvrInt 1.00 -02

ExeterRg 627 +16
FrkStPrp 12.63 -.19


GabGIdNR 16.40 -.30
GascoEngy .42 -.02
GenMoly 2.23 -.05
GoldRsvg 1.37 -.01
GoldStrg 3.58 -13
GranTirag 5.94 -05
GrtBasGg 174 +OS
Hemisphrx .65 +03


HKHighpw 6.45 +.20 MadCatzg 37 +01
M tam 9 -
InovioBio 1.40 -.02 Meldline .76 -10
IntdigSys 1.08 -.02 MetroHith 1.97 -05

Minefndg 10.95 +.15
JavelinPh 1.44 -.01 NBRESec 2.86 -.05
KeeganRg 6.40 -.50 Nevsung 3.09 -.04
KimberRg 1.30 -.12 NDragon .12 -.00
KodakOa 239 04 NwGoldg 3.64 -.16
NAPallg 3.04 -.08
NAsialnywl .30 +01
MAGSWg 665 -03 NDynMng 790 -13


Name Last Chg

AbdAsPac 6.52 -01
AdmRsc 19.64 -21

AIIdNevG 13.23 -62
AlmadnMg 1.09 +01
AlphaPro 4.90 -15
Am0&G 3.42 -01
AntaresP 1.12 -04
ApoloGg .49 -03
,Aurizong 4.93 -14
BMBMunah 1.05 -01


ChNEPetn 5.99 +29
1
Continucre 3.64 +.24
ComslProg 9.32 +.07


DWSREll 1.04 ...
DejourEg .38 +.00
DenisnMg 1.34 -.03
DuneEnrs .37 +.05
EVlnMu2 12.69 -.08
EVLidDur 14.95 +.05
EllswthFd 6.30 +.03
EmMktTel 16.85 -.04







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Here are the 1.000 biggest mutual funds IIsted on Nasdaq. Tables show the fund name, sell
price or Net ASSet Value (NAV) and dally net change.
Name- Name of mutual fund and family


Data based on NAVs reported to Lipper by 6 p.m Easlam.


Craig 1VIOrgan Blake Shelton Jason IVIichael Carroll

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Narne NAV Chg
AIM Investments A:
ChartAp 14.88 ...
Constp 19.82 -.02
tiYdAp 3.96 ..
InlIGrow 24.97 -.04


AIM Investor Cl:
DivisDivp 10.84 -.04

A 1: .
Balancabi 96
AIM Funds8.28 +.02
t 5.06 +.01
AIIIanceBemA:
G ThGpAp
IntlValAp 1391 -14
stRGrAe ZLA :
LgCpGrAd 2277 -11
G arB% -21
GrowthB t 20 97 08
SCpGIBt 1844 -07
AllianceBem C:
ATnz sU MS:
NFJDuVI 1043 +04
AI Fun
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Allianz Funds C:
t 20.28 -OB

","pBens. -04
AmerBeaconinv:
afZ"...'4".:-"
EqGroAp 18.21 -.04*
Amer Century Iny:
Balanced 14.12 -.02
I 2
Heritagel 15.42 -.OS
incGro 21.28 -.05
InfAdjBd 11.76 +.01
intDiec 8.86 +.01
IntlGrol 10.00 -.01
New0pp 5.59 ...
OneChAg 10.61 -.02
OneChMd 10.48 -.01
RealEsil 13.80 -.30
Ultra 19.11 -.06
Valuelny 5.12 -.01
VIsta 13.03 -.04
American Funds A:
AmcpAp 16.23 -.02
AMutlAp 23.18 +.01
BalAp 16.29 +.02
App .89 +.02
CaplBAp 48.65 +09
CapWGAji34.49 .
EupacAp 39.39 +01
"J"aApp M
GwthAp 27.11 -08
HITrAp 10.47 +01
HiinMunA 13.56
IncoAp 15.60 +03
lintBdAp 1327 +03
IntlGrincA p 30.39 +.04
ICAAp 25.91 +.02
LtTEBAp 1552 ,
NEcoAp 2226 -.04
"s d 8 M
STBAp 1007 +01
SmCpAp 31.17 ..-
TxF.xAp 12.08 ..
WahAp 24.76 +05
AmericanFundsB:
BalBt 16.21 +01
CaplBBt 48.59 +OB
SQ"' ('! :od
IncoBt 15.47 +03
ICAB t 25.77 +02
Arial Investments:
Appoc 34.02 +09
Ariel 36.97 +10
ArtIo Global Funds:
IntlEqir 30.68 -.20
IntlEqA 29.94 -.19
IntEqilAt 12.38 -08
intEqillr 12A6 -09
ArtisanFunds:
InlI 21.14 11

MidCapVal 17.70 +06
SCapVal 13.93 +08
BaronFunds: .
Asset 44.71 -.17
Growth 39.77 -.15
SmallCap 18.51-,--.06
BemsteinFds:
IntDur 13.30 +.04
DivMu 14.53 +.01
TxMgdinti 15.61 -.14
IntlPort 15.46 -.14
BEm 28.81 -.15
AuroraA 14.34 -05
Apl4.94 -002
GA 1 0
Intl0pAp 3086 -20
BlackRockB&C:
GIAIC t 16 95 -.02
BlackRockinsU:
"Eq Dv -
6, g.,' ,,4 -
BlueFd 21.36 +03
B Fu2 W +01
HiYIdlYn 5.88 +01
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CGMFunds:
Focusn 29.23 -38
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Cp p 1 7 -
STM Z 10 57
CrdeR uIs m-15
ComRett 8.88
1.:ACF :10.@ -06
USCorEqin9.12 -01



CorPIsInc 10.23 +02
k rr -09
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GIbBdSr 1064 +02

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Intl FdS 46.47 -34
LgCoGro 24.84 -03
LatAmrEq 53.68 +04
MgdMunlS 8.97

2.and3F -04
NYVenA 30.20 -08
Davis Funds B:
NYVenB 20.03 -08
DavisFundaC&Y:
NYVenY 30.50 -08
NYVenC 29.25 -07


DelawareinvestA:
Diverlap 9.35 +01
GrOppAp 16.09 -01
TrendAp 13.26 -01
UImm in e 1B:


EmMktV 3167 -21
IntSmVa n 15.25 -06
USLgCon 32.65 -.08
USLgVan 16.88 +.01
USMicron 10.17 +.04
USSmalin 15.91 +.04




2YGIFxdn 10.30 +.01
DFARIEn 16.74 -.36
Dodge&Cox:
Balanced 63.76 +.04
Income 13.11 +.03


Name NAV Chg
IntlSIk 32.33 -.11
Stock 95.19 +.02
Dreyfus:
Aprec 34.28 -.06
CorV A 21.72 -.09


EmgLd 15.83 +.05
GrChinaAr 46.60 +48
M
TechGroA 2408
usFu .
Eaton Vance A:
ChinaAp 22.66 -17
.@ -01
InBosA 4d 0
M In 9.9 ...
TSpE A 12.36.-.
Eaton Vance B:
N ultnc 9. OM
Ea Vanm7CM +.01
NatMuPInc 9.51 +.01
EatonVana SO -.09
EP A:
EAMAlverg en t :1.63 -A
AstAllC t 11.22 04
EMn 000
MR unds:
FMIFunds:
efids:
Nwho 1107 +02
FPACres n 24.86 +05
Faltholmin 29.70 +.05
MA 44 -.04
KaufmAp 4.55 -.01
MuSec4 10.00
Federatedinstl:
KaufmnK 4.55 -.01
MunULAp 10.03 ..*
TotRetBd 10.95 +,02
Fidelity Adv FooT:
EnergyT 29.05 +.01
HitCarT 18.47 -.05
FidelityAdvisorA:
Nwlnsghp 16.76 -.OB
StrinA 1224 +.03
FIdelity Advisor 1:
EqGrin 45.33 -.08
Eqinin 20.97 -.OB
IntBdln 10.82 +02
MN n 94 -.08
BalancT 13.43 -01
DivGrTp 10.14 -01
DynCATp 14.95 -04
G
GrOppT 2699 -05
HiinAdTp 891 +.01
IntBUT 10 80 +.02
MulacTp 1263 ...
OvrseaT 1685 -.10
STFiT 9.11 +.01
FidelityFreedom:
FF2010n 1275 -.01
FF2015n 1062 ...
n P5 M
FF2030n 12.53 -.03
FF2035n 10.36 -,03
FF2040n 7.24 -01
FF2045n 8.54 -02
Income 10.81 +01
FideHtylmost-
AggrGrrn 15.67 +01
2 "s'o? 174 :"
AMgr70tn 14.38 -02
AMgr20 rn 12.00 + 01
Balance n 16.28
BlueChGrn36.78 -.10
CAMun)1 11.80 +.01
Canada n 47.85 +.08
CapApn 20.52 -.OS
CapDeuOn 8.05 -.05
Cpincrn 8.44 +.02
ChinaRgr 28.22 -.13
CngSn 430.51 -.95
CTMun rn 11.51 ...

DisEqn 20.76 -.06
Divlntin 28.04 -.16
DivSIkOn 12.60 -.01
DivGthn 23.11 -.02
EmrMkn 22.34 -.13
Eqinen 39.01 -.13
EQlln. 16.25 -.07
ECapAp 17.92 -.11
Europe 29.79 -.20
Exchn 297.03 -.90
Exportn 1933 -.09
rn -.
FitRaleHIrn 926 +01
FrlN /
GG n 606d M
Grolan 15.72 -.07
Highlncrn 8.32 +.01
Indepn n 19.33 -.11
InProBdn 11.54 +.02


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inlISCp rn 17 66 04
IM n 11 +.02
Japan 1024 -05
v"a 1:4d -A
LCpVIrn 9.78 -02
LatAmn 52.47 +03
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StkSlc 21.16 04
Sir timn 10.91 M
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USBin 11.19 +.02



Alrn 3074 -11
kingn a -

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ComEquipn20.17 +06
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ConHStapn 6d30 -A
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Enrgy n 41 49 +.02
EngSyn 5497 +.04
Envirn 15,35 +.07
FinSyn 57.81 -.68
al n 1
insuri 39.08 -.24
LeIsrn 65.33 -.25
Materials 53.51 +.16
MedDIn 41.13 +.46
MdEqSysn23.86 -.06
Mullmdn 3343 +.36


NIGasn 2941 +.05
Paper ... ...
Pharmn 1079 -.05
Retain .4435 -.16
TSohn @0


Wireless 663 +.10
Fidelity Spartan:
EqldxInvn 39.16 -.10
ExtMkinn 29.67 +.01
5001nxlnvrnT/.04 -.1g
Intilnxlnvn 3449 -.20




FiratEagle:
GiblA 40.88 +24
OverseasA20.31 +.14
FirstinvestorsA
BIChpA p 10.52 -.01


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Name NAV C 05

NYBd 1145 ...
A &
SciTech 1060 -03
ShtTBnd 900 +01
SmCpSIk 1042 +03
TxElt 1286
Sh ...

VALIC:
Id -
Value Line Fd:
LrgCon 15.17 -.06
Van Kamp Funds A:
C
OmsIAp 1371 +03


p 40 -
HarbA p 15 01
H 9 +01
TF p 2
PATFAp 1565
+@
UtilAp 1753 +14
Van Kamp Funds B:
EnterpBt 12.50 -.09
BuBt 1
StrMunine 10.20
USMIge 12.83 +.02
UtilB 17.42 +.14
VanguanlAdmiral:
BalAdmln 19.39
CAITAdmn10.W
CALTAdm n11.0;! -.01
Op0pAdln 67.10 +.12
EMAdmrrn34.23 -.18
Energyn110.86 -.M
EuroAdmln64.01 -.40
ExplAdmln 51.43 +.02
ExidAdm n 31.71 +.02
500Admin102.11 -.25
GNMAAdn10.85 +02
HlthCrn 51.01 -01
HND n 2
[TBdAdmin10.91 +03
FTsryAdmin11.70 +04
IntGrAdmn55.33 -14
IN n 1 5 00
LtdTrAdn 11.08
LTGrAdmln 9.02 +02
LT Adml n 10.99 ...
MCpAdmln72.16 -06
MorgAdmn46.40 -16
MuHYAdm n10.31 ...
NYLTAdn 11.06
PrmCaprn61.08 -07
PALTAdmn11.02
iln 00
ShtTrAdn 15.94
STFdAdn 11.00 +02
STIGrAda 10.63 +01
SqiCAdmn26.76
TxMCaprn54.67 -12
TtlBAdmin 10.49 +02
TStkAdmn 27.16 -06
n50i
Windsorn 39.80
, WdsrilAd n 42,19 03
Vanguard Fds:
AssetAn 21.76 -03
CALTn 11.02 -01
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GrthEqn 9.14 -03
HYCorpn 5.30 +01
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CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE

Gerry MullIgann..............n.......................publisher
CharileBrennan ,........................................editor
Neale Brennan .promotlons/community affairs
Mike Arnold ... .............n......managing editor
Cherl Harris.,,,,,,....n...............n......features editor
Curt Ebitsonn...n..:.......n................citlren member
b Tbnedr M. Mac Harris .,,,nnnn...n.....................Cit/ren member
illiamson Cliff Pierson sn.,,,..;......n.................guest member
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LETT E RS to the Editor


OPINIONS INVITED
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cle editorials are the opinions of
the editorial board of the newspa-
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1624 N. Meadowerest Blvd., Crys-
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pathetic starving dog'
Margo B. Blum
Homosessa
Pr as surcharge
Ogre
There has been much published
through Chronicle articles, edited"
als and Sound Offoomments re-
garding the Progress Energy
surcharge for its plant expansion*
From what I have read, there ap-
pear to be some serious legal is-
sues, as well as a thirness doctrine
challenge. Recently one of the
state legislators who sponsored the
bill allowing Progress to place this
surcharge on customers stated he
did not think they would do it. Why,
then, propose the bill?


CITRus CouNTY CHRONICLE


lie "Big Book" of Alco-
holics Anonymous de-
scribes alcoholism as
cunning, baking and powerful.
It's no great leap to apply this
to any kind of
chemical depend- THE I
ency or addiction.
Simply scanning Help for
published ac- now affo
counts of many ar- acces
rests, traffic
crashes and other OUR OP
stories without
happy endings Much-n
paints an ugly pic- program
- ture. In. many on t
a
cases, people who
have had problems in the past
rooted in substance abuse con-
tinue to make bad decisions
and leave a wake of ruin affeet-
ing their lives, livelihoods and
futures. Families are also af-
feeted by the chaos swirling
around the addict.
Citrus County is fortunate to
have a new option for those
seeking to break fkee ftom ad-
diction and the destruction it
causes. The Phoenix Program
at the Citrus County Health De-
partment opened its doors in


Januai'y and provides afford-
able outpatient treatment to
help clients move fgem addic-
tion to recovery, treating the
physical component, as well as
the related emo-
SSUE* tonal and mental
health issues.
addiction Phoenix offers
rdable, four to six months
sible. of active treat-
ment followed by
INION: up to a year of af-
tercare. Clients
eeded move through in-
m right dividualized treat-
rget. ment plans and
can participate in
group, individual, couples and
family counseling sessions. A
sliding scale is designed to ac-
commodate those living below
the poverty level who are not
covered by Medicaid or private
insurance,
The program ill the result of
the efforts of counselors
Yvonne Hess and Bruce De-
yarmond, who both worked
without pay for a year to launch
the program. This is a wonder
thl example of changing the
world one person at a time.


Hot Corner* FLAG


Sen. Fasano has mentioned he
feelsthebillshouldberepealed,
and Ibelieve there was movement
in that directionbutslim support
in the state Legislature.
Iwouldliketoaskthe Chanicle
to organize a public forum with all
of the senators and representatives
who represent the people affected
by the actions of Progress Energy
I personally would like to hear if
they understand how unjust this
law is and, ifso, what their plan is
to get it repealed. Iffor some rea-
son it cannothe repealed, changes
should be made. The concept of
customers paying for the expan-
sioh of a utility appears to be some-
thing a co-op mightbe more likely
involved in.PossiblyProgress
could be required to return those
fhnds when you are no longer a
dTs s s oMystocMktoemose
paymg for their expansion.
Historically, the cost of expan-
'sion by a utility was covered by
public bonds. Once the plant was ?
completed, the cost of those bonds );
was passed on the customer base. ?
It appears that the State of Florida (
has reversed the process, a
What happens to that money and 1
the interest it is making ifthe plant t
doesn'tgetbuilt? Dowegetthe t
borrowed money back with inter.
est? The law appearste address
the needs and wants of this private
corporation, but not those of cus-
tomers.
Another question: Did the other
stage progress Energy services
pass similar laws? Are all Progress
customers being treated in the
same manner?
I hope the Chanicle works to-
ward this public meeting so we
know who is on the consumer's
side.
Roger Krleger
Pine Ridge
minute to record.
ose of the callers.


a ship was flying her ensign up-
side-down, it was a sign under in.
ternational rules of the road, that
that ship was under distress. I can
never conceive of a U.S. Navy ship,
designed to go.in harm's way, f ly-
ing the American flag upside-down.
Dire distreSS
Over the last couple of weeks,
beo th e e Ip- e-
down and how it is never proper,
This is in error. Let me quote from
the flag code, which is available at
the Betsy Ross page on history,
org. "The flag should never be dis.
played with the Union down ex.
cept as a signal of dire distress in
instances of extreme danger to
life or property."


nress E rhr trus
their poles because it's
their property, whereas
IJND Withlaccochee Electric al.
lowed people to put up
electric ChrIstmas Ilghts
on their poles. So I'd like
to tell everybody what a
great Christmas spirit
that Progress Energy
does not have. Progress
Energy is refusly to
allow the residents of Gt-
0 rus springs to put abuse.
mas lights up on their
poles. "I'hat's why we have
some dead spots along Citrus
Springs IBouleva Yd where there are
no lights, thanks to them.


Or 011 War
In reference to the Sound Off
message "Prof1table War," pub-
lished 19-iday, Nov. 20: .
Would liketothankthe person
who sent this in for their aware-
ness of what is really happening
and trust your readers are aware
of what is really going on in our
nation, and, I might add, under
the auspices of the U.S. Congress,
I would be pleased to e-mail
any interested party literature
and/or Web sites to formation
which might further increase
their understanding of this situa-
tion. Former President Dwight D.
Eisenhower, in his 1961 farewell
address, had some very poignant
words to say regarding the mili-
tary-industrial complex. My e-
s arthlinknet.
I would also like to thank the
Chronicle for their part in at-
tempting to enlighten the public.
It's my belief that the printed
word is the most honest and effee-
tive method of communication,
It's very effective for those who
are capable of reading
Earl HerrinS
Be / Hills
very
Deeds for dogs
The article in the editorial
page about the starving German .
shepherd in the area of the 110-
mosassa Methodist Church
enught my attention. Several
weeks ago your newspaper had a
comment by someone who saw
an individual dump a German
shepherd in fl*ont of this church.
This church gives out bags of
groceries to the needy on Mon-
day mornings. A number of the
individuals applying for gro-
ceries reek of alcohol. Seems
they can feed drunks, but not a


Bah, humbug
Merry Christmas, With-
laceachee Electrio, and CA
beh humbug for Progress
Ener y. If many of you 58
peop e who live in Citrus
Springs are wondering
hy some Ilghts on North Citrus
Springs Boulevard are out-and
some are on, it's because


United Way needs your help
During this holidayCseason, it's Important to remember
t a rse nMain neep.n su ad
meet the nude of county reelduts. If each hounhold could contribute $25 to the cam,
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I've never called before, but I'm
57 years old and in response to
the person who said the United
States does not f ly af iag upside-
down for a signal of distress: It al-
w s has admit robabl always

Shedding light
Let me see if I can shed some
light on the distress flag f lying. I
was a seaman, went on an am-
phibious APA in a long-ago-forgot-
ten war. On a Navy ship, a
signalman is the one given the duty
for giving advice on any matter
concerning honors and cere-
monies. During those studies, one
of the things I came across was if


Thanks, sir
This is for the gentleman that
helped me move the dead
dog off the road on Dun.
O
nellon Road on Tuesday
(Nov. 24): God bless you
and your famIly and thank
you so much for your help.


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Notice to the patients of Dr. R. Crane Couch:

It has been my pleasure to have provided your orthopedic needs for
the past 20 years. Beginning December 14th, I will be located solely
in Ocala in affiliation with the Munroe Orthopedic Program. I am
happy to continue to care for your orthopedic.needs at my new
office in the Applewood complex.
To schedule an appointment in Ocala, call 352-237-9298. If you
desire to continue your care in Citrus County, a copy of your records
can be obtained by calling 527-0245 or 352-861-1160 or by mail to:

Records Custodian
Citrus Bone & Joint Specialists
PO Box 3306
Ocala, FL 34478-3306
Sincerely,
R. Crane. Couch, D.O.


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for taking this step for me.
I had the appomtment
with Dr. Summers and he
explained risk, reward and
possible outcomes with sur-
gery. I really believed the
surgeons had all the risk
and I had none and that I
would wake up in front of
my mother in heaven who,
by the way, told me to stop
smoking 35 years ago.
I continued chemother-
apy at Dr Gandhi's until the
time of left lung surgery;
and after left lung surgery,
right lung robotic surgery
was performed on Sept 24,
2009, and two weeks later I
had a follow-up appoint-
ment with Dr Sommers and
testing was performed. I met
with Joe Garrett and Dr
Summers at Moffitt and was
elated to hear that the tu-
mors were gone along with
onebadlymphnode.
Am I cancer free? Not
likely, but have already out-
lived the first prognosis and
have hope that I can live for
awhilelonger.Ifeelhealths
My family and l are grat
ful to the staffat Citrus M
moral for finding .the
tumors and to Dr Patel and
Dr Gandhi for really caring
about this patient
We are alsogratefulto Dr
Summers and Joe Garrett
for taking the risk in per-
forminglungsurgeryonthis
Tarealsogratefulforall
atp esareandad I es
impact
Iamespeciallygratefulto
my wife, St Caroline, for
helping me through this.
I write this at this time be-
causeanothercancervictim
came to my attention that
was told they are not a can-
didate for surgery. I sug-
gested they contact Dr
Summers and this. being
donetheyfoundouttheyare
acandidateforlungsurgery
I don't knoty what the out-
come 90 this will be but
"hope" that it will be posi-
tive. Hope kept me healthy
enough to be a surgery can-
didate. Pray and don't give
up.
-

John PMcCarthyis a
CitrusHillsresident


JoHN P. McCAR"rHY
Special to the Chronscle
Thb. 23, 2009 I had a mini
stroke and fortunately was
transportedtoCitrusMemo-
rial hospital where I was put
throughextensivetesting.X-
rays showed tumors on both
lungs and shortly after was
diagnosed with stage 4 lung
cancer and slim hope for
survival. Was told by a doc-
tor statistics indicated a
poor outcome for this type of
cancer This was a sickening
thing to hear but I did not
accept the prognosis.
I then had an appoint-
ment with Dr B. Patel in
Beverly Hills and he ex-
plained that statistics for
stage 4 cancer generally had
poor survival rates. The
gooddoctortoldmelamnot
1 a statistic and should make
an appointment with Dr. S.
Gandhi, oncologist, in
Lecanto.
Dr Gandhi had along talk
with me and explained all
theoptionsforarrestingthis
cancer and we decided on
weekly chemotherapy. No
guarantees were suggested
butlunderstood this to be a
reasontohope.Aftertalking
with Dr. Patel and Dr
Gandhi my spirits were
lifted because I had hope
and was no longer under a
deathsentence.
thOtTe u s wa
teanemaon teb esan ewras
I commenced the weekly
chemotherapy 'sessions at
Dr. Gandhi's facility in
Lecanto and experienced
thesideeffectsbutnotasse-
vere as some other people.
Hair loss, weight loss, ex-
treme fatigue, loss of taste
and appetite. These are all
common side effects of
chemo.
Shortly into these chemo
sessions, maybe the third
session, Dr Gandhi told me
hd had contat-ted DE Eric
SommersasurgeonatMof-
fittCancercenterinTampa,
and that I was a possible
candidate for surgery. More
hope.Ihadbeentoldearlier
that I was not a candidate
and on my own would not
have contacted Dr Sommers
atMoffitt IthankDr Gandhi


ance. You had your chance
to prosper. We're barely sur-
viving, yet you have the au-
dacity to complain about
us. How dare you...
Disabled spots
I'm calling in reference to
Friday's (Nov. 27) Sound Off,
"Abuse of privileges," the
person that said disabled
parking was originally only
for people dependent on
wheelchairs. That's a fallacy.
Disabled parking is for dis-
abled people, regardless if
you're in a wheelchair or not.
And people with heart condi-
tions, some people waiting
ch r anslent ,r d
the store. They'rewalking
gingerly, slowly, as much as
they can. So'don't discrimi-
nate against disabled just
because you're not in a
wheelchair.
Lost item found
This is to the person who
was at Ace Hardware in Ho-
mosassa on Tuesday (Nov.
24) and left or lost some-
thing there: Respond to
Sound Off with your name
and phone number and de-
scribe what you left or lost
and if it matches what I
found, I will contact you.


Miranda blunder
I find it hard to believe
that with a lawyer on staff,
that the Citrus County sher-
iff could not get something
as simple as Miranda rights
right. What does Maj. Welch
do? I think some-
body needs to find
out. He's not doing
his job, whatever
he's doing.
Trash pickup
fwant to report a
trash pickup that
hasn'tbeen at For-
est Inlet for over two CA
wee el'rr oookin w 563
and I see dogs and
everything scattered around
Forest Inlet is on the 8600
block of Moonrise Avenue
here in Floral City,
AutOmaker biaS
-
Here we go again, another
massive recall by a foreign
automaker. I saw in the St.
Pete Times that Toyota was
having a recall on some of
their SUVs because the gas
pedal would get stuck or
somethingilike that. Of "
course it's buried in the mid
die of the Business section
where no one could see it.


Now if this werea General
Motors, Ford or Chrysler car,
it would be front-page news
and all over the TV news as
well. Media is truly biased
against American automak-
ers. Luckily I have the Sound
Off to call to, because
there's no way a let-
ter like this would
make it to the
Times.
-
Trying timeS
lim going to re-
spond to all the re-
tirees and elderly
here in Citrus .
County that con-
-0579;'",nnt!2 ehs
here a hard time
. about their complaints and
concerns. You raised your '
families in an affluent and
prosperous time in the
United States of America.
President Roosevelt and
other predecessors gave
you great breaks and .
chances ahd opportunities
to not only survive, but to
prosper. I'm a 40-year-old
man raising a family that's
struggling here in this
county. My taxes are paying
- for your Medicare, your So-
cial Security,-but I can't
even afford health insur-


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I don't know why people
are still writing in about try-
ing to save the Freezer. The
guy broke the law. He's run-
ning an illegitimate business
without the proper creden-
tials. How can so many
(people) in this county (not)
realize that if the guy wants
to operate a legitimate busi-
ness, let him follow the let-
ter of the law like every
other citizen has to follow.
He's not above the law and
he's no exception. Just be-
cause the guy serves some-
thing that people like to eat,
o ma ? wm
This isn't 1850 dge ty,
this is Citrus County 2009-
NO progreSS
P re resent the 14 homes
m the Heirghts envernr m-
ised to ta new dpr-
ground cable in because
every time it rains, our lights
go out if it's any amount of
rain at all. They promised
they would do that two
months ago. They still
haven't done it. Why is it
that that electric company,
which we don't have.any .
ability to change the electric
company, can do this to the
people in Inverness? I think
the city council and the
county should get together
and make these people do
it. We've been after them.


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..L heard about parks and
Recreation, or what it has
to offer, you are probably
the type of person who sits
at home and wonders why
there's nothing to do in Cit-
rus County.
I'm also willing to betyou
are the type who doesn't
read the paper either. So,
I'm not hurting your feel-
ings because you're sitting
on your couch watchmg T.V
and not even reading this.
But for those of you who
understand in order to gain
Imowledge one must obtain
it through reading, experi-
ence, and applying it For
example it's only through
experience that you learn
you shouldn't brush your
teeth and then drink orange
juIce.
Parks and Recreation
provides a service to the
Citrus County residents,
who are you the reader.
What you choose to do with
the Imowledge I'm about tO
unfoldisuptoyou.Theonly
thing stopping you is fear
Maybe you think if you
r::.is::d
oum mzh a a
service? Pshhh!"
1 e have two recreation
r gano s a sr enwh
training the super young 3-
to 5-year-olds. Trying to
teach the super young
sports is like trying to herd
cats, but we are amazing
and victorious ch child
ther love it or hate it .
For the in-betweens 18
and up; it's still a lot like
herding cats, but they are
playing because they love it
If you are reading this
section of the paper re-
ferred to as "The Game,"
you will see the sports of-
fe red to 3- to 5-year-olds for
this upcoming season. If
you have children at this
age, I suggest this beginner
program, which teaches
skills needed to compete in
organized sports but above
all good sportsmanlike be-
havior I'll thankyou later in
the future because good
sportsmanship is hard to
come by these days.
If you are 18 and older
and interested in compet-
ing in recreational sports in


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Special to the Chronicle
Bulldog Baseball is consol-
idating players from all local
teams and leagues to build a
championship baseball pro-
gram. Together, the commu-
nity can establish elite teams
that combine all local talent
to compete and win against
the best in Florida.
Players will rise or fall to
the level of competition and
coaching around them.
Bulldog Baseball will pro-
vide the strongest possible
environment of player com-
petition and quality coach-
ing that will maximize
player development
- Enlldog Basebattroaches
will be invited and carefully
selected from the best in the
community to form an unpar-


alleged coaching fraternity
Be the best you' can be
d joih Bulldog Baseball.
11 to register and obtain
further information regard-
ing tryouts for teams at the
following age levels: 9U,
10U, 11U, 12U, 13U, 14U,
15U, 16U and 17U/18U.
Call Bulldog Baseball Di-
rector Shelly Hall at (904)
583-0377. Hall is the coach
of past or present Major
League baseball players
such as Desi Relaford ofthe
New York Mets, Sid Rober-
son of the Milwaukee Brew-
ers, Brian Buscher of the
Minnesota Twins and Howie
Kendrick of the Los Angeles
Angels. He also coach many
other minor league and col-
lege baseball players. Regis-
tration deadline is Jan. 5.


1;


Special to the Chranicle


of but I'll bet you'll be back
Sip ups are an. 15. Costs
are regi on e
enter a team, but the fee is de-
a de em harPeeqa le f
vided by the number ofteams
signed up. The league starts
Feb. 1.
A mandatory captain's
meeting as well as players

tdo t
Hills.
So, let's recap. You just ac-
quired little Imowledge and
if you are interested in gain-
ing experience in any ofthese
sports and need more infor-
mation, call Jennifer Wor-
thington at (352) 527-7547. 9


January, we are offering coed
sm b nd Ed a
men's flag football will start.
Coed softball is played on
Tu sdayand Thursdarynip
hearted people who want to
throw the ball around, slide
into home plate or just feel
good at doing a sport. Sign-
ups are Jan. 8. Cost is $250 to
re at dThetentative
Open kickball is played
Wednesday nights only The
retro sport is being brought
back from your.elementary -
primary years and is played
by people who want to really
have fun, be goofy and possi-
bly end up at the local bar af-
terward.
Sign-ups will be Jan. 8. Cost
is $150 for a team. Tentative
start diate is Jan. 13.
Men's basketball is played
on Tuesday and Thursday
nights. It is one of the tough-
est sports we host and'is not
for the shy at all. It's highly
competitive and if you think
you've got the team to win it
this season Ha! Come try .
Sign-ups are a little differ-
ent You sign your team up
Dec.31byputtingdowna$50
registration fee, which is de-


ducted from your league fee.
f s amb add
signed up. Men's basketball
tentative start date is Jan. 19.
But, w at is extremely md
meeting 6: 30 p.m. Dec. 29 at
the Resource Center in Bev-
erly Hills. All players must at-
tend
It is super boring informa-
tiondb t i{eyoupdonattknowiixt
you and I will bump heads.
Then, in February men's
flag football will start. Game
nights are Monday and
Wednesday
It is definitely designed for
men.who want to play the
game but An't afibrd to
break body parts and.loose
work over it It's also designed
for the guy who stands on the
sidelines and snickers at the
fact that it's not tackle and as-
sumes it's "lame." Then later
puts a team in and fails mis-
erably.
- It's a game where speed is a
huge need, an excellent arm
wouldn'thurt, and a team that
functions well with each
other is top priority. I'd say if
you have that, you have a
chance to stay in the game.
You won't make it to the play-


Special to the Chronicle
It's never too early to get
? ':5 "ffi"'e?"tane
than during the holidays
when schools out?
Citrus County Parks and
Recreation, in conjunction
with local baseball coaches,

ub aa
clinic will be from 9 a.m. to
1:00 p.m. Dec. 28 through


Jan. 1 at Bicentennial Park
in Crystal River.
The fee per player is $75
EU hoT b fd u
separate age groups. Each .
groupwillrotatethroughvw-
iotif especially stations such
as throwing, catching, infield,
outfield, base running afid

C r
Andy Smith at (352) 527-7544
for more information.


Special to the Chronicle
PL.A.Y. soccer and T-ball
are beginning the third
week in December. Regis-
tr nations are now open.
As always, 'two separate
locations to play soccer and
T-ball are available. Soccer
will be at Central Ridge Dis-
trict Park on Monday nights
and at Homosassa Park on
Wednesday nights. T-ball


will be at Central Ridge Dis-
trict Park on Tuesday nights
and at Bicentennial Park on
Thursday nights.
Cost for a child's six weeks
of instruction, sports equip-
ment and team T-shirt is $45.
The feeling parents and
children will have at the end
of the program is priceless.
Call Kimberly Macaluso at
(352) 527-7543 for more in-
formation on how to register.


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TODAY'S SPORTS
BOWLING
5:30 p.m. (VERSUS) Bowling Men's second semifinal
(Taped)
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
7 p.m. (ESPN) Jimmy V Classic Butler vs. Georgetown
9 p.m. (ESPN) Jimmy V Classic Indiana vs. Pittsburgh
HOCKEY
7 p.m. (VERSUS) New York Islanders at Philadelphia Flyers
NBA
10:30 p.m. (SUN) Orlando Magic at Los Angeles Clippers
RODEO
10 p.m. (ESPN2) Rodeo Wrangler National Finals Sixth
Round SOCCER

2:30 p.m. (FSNFL) UEFA Champions League: Olympique
de Marseille vs. Real Madrid
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BOYS BASKETBALL ,
7 p.m. The Villages at Crystal River
7:30 p.m. River Ridge at Citrus
7:30 p.m. Land O'Lakes at I.ecanto
GIRLS BASKETBALL
7 p.m. Crystal River at The Villages
7:30 p.m. Citrus at River Ridge
7:30 p.m. Lecanto at Land O'Lakes
BOYS SOCCER
6 p.m. Crystal River at South Sumter
GIRLS SOCCER
7 p.m. South Sumter at Crystal River
GIRLS WEIGHTLIFTING
3:30 p.m. Lecanto, Hemando at Crystal River


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FOOTBALL
NFl. STANDINGS
AMERICAN CONFERENCE
East W L T Pct PF PA
New England 7 5 0 a 8 2
N.Y. ets 6 6 0 .500 249 208
Buffalo 4 8 0 .333 199 261
South W LT Pct PF PA
x-indianapolis 12 0 0 1.000 331 201
cksonville 5


Cincinnati 9 3 0 .750 254 187
Baltimore 6 5 0 .545 257 188
Pnts
West W L T Pct PF PA
San Diego 9 3 0 .750 342 242
Denver 8 4 0 667 240 202
Oakland 4 8 0 .333 142 282
Kansas CRy 3 9 0 .250 196 326
NATIONAL CONFERENCE
East W LT Pct PF PA

i elphia 8 2 3
N.x oiants 7 so .ssa aos 2as
Washington 3 9 0 .250 200 238
South W LT Pct PF PA
AtNaew Orleans 12 0 0 1
Carolina 5 7 0 .417 215 262
Tampa Bay 1 11 0 .083 187 330
North W LT Pct PF PA
Minnesota 10 2 0 .833 359 233
an 4 0 -
Detroit 2 10 0 .167 206 358
West W L T Pct PF PA
Arizona 8 4 0 .667 297 234
rerancisco a 7 o
St. Lo 1 11 0 .083 139 314
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Thursday's Games
N.Y Jets 19, Buffalo l3

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Oakland 27, Pitisburgh 24
Denver 44, Kansas City 13

Miami 22, New England 21
New Orleans 33, Washington 30, OT
indianapolis 27, Tennessee 17
Carolina 16, Tampa Bay 6
Jacksonville 23, Houston 18
San Diego 30, Cleveland 23
N.Y.Giants 31, Dallas 24
Seattle 20, San Francisco l7
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Thursday, Dec.10
Pittsburgh at Cleveland, 8:20 p.m.

BASKETBALL

The Men's Top 25
The top 25 teams in The Associated Press,
college basketball poll, with first-place votes in
parentheses, records through Dec. 6, total
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7-0 1,621 1
6-0 1,514 2
8-0 1,460 3
8-0 1,417 5
7-0 1,409 4
6-0 1,272 7


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Games through Dec. 5 HARRIS USA COMPUTER
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12. LSU(9-3) 0.5375 13 13 9
13. Penn State (10-2) 0.5319 9 9 18
14. Brigham Y. (10-2) 0.4531 14 14 15
15. MIami, Fla. (9-3) 0.4419 15 15 13
16. West Virginia (9-3) 0.3357 18 17 14
17. Pittsburgh (9-3) 0.3141 16 11( 20
18. Oregon State (8-4) 0.2876 19 20 17
19 Oklahoma St. (9-3) 0.2628 17 18 211
20. Arizona (8-4) 0.2248 24 23 16
21. Stanford (8-4) 0.1803 21 21 212
22. Nebraska (9-4) 0.1655 20 19 30

25 Wisconsan (9-3) 0.1203 23 22 26
NOTE: The BCS Average is calculated ty averaging the percent totals of the
Harris Interactive, USA Today Coaches and Computer polls.


1.Kansas(62)
2. Texas (1)
3.Villanova (1)
4.Kentucky
5. Purdue
6.WestVirginia


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13. Ohio St. 7-1 806 15

16.Texas A&M 7-1 512 19
17.Washington 6-1 495 12
18.UNLV 7-0 429 24
19.Cincinnati 5-1 334 22
20.Wisconsin 6-1 298 -
21.Gonzaga 6-2 279 17
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BYU 13, Pittsburgh 11, Daylon 8, Seton Hall 6,
California 5, Minnesota 5, Cornell 3, Illinois St.
3, N.C. State 3, Tulsa 3, William & Mary 2, N.
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Coannecticut (40) 1,9 2
3.Notte Dame 7-0 900 5
4.Tennessee 7-0 895 6
5. LSU 6-0 770 7
Baklor 18
8. Xavier 7-0 709 9
9. Ohio St 9-1 693 3
10.Texas A&M 6-0 663 10
11.NorthCarolina 6-1 645 4
Florid St. 6
14. Arizona St 6-1 468 15
15.Pittsburgh 7-0 377 19
16.Oklahoma 6-2 356 18
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19.Virgibia 6-2 254 14
20.Dayton 8-1 175 25
21. Michigan St. 5-3 143 22
22. CalKornia 4-3 142 20
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Jeff Maggert, $40,000
71Ii-671a-681i-681a-701i-671a-411
Matt Jones, $35,000
711i-731a-661i-671a-7011-661a 413
Martin Flores, $30,000
721a-681i-691i-681a-721i-65ia-414
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Jay Williamson, $25,000
681a-691i-681i-691a-751i-691a-418
Chris Wilson, $25,000
721a-741i-671i-671a-711i-691a 420
Brenden Pappas, $25,000
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Kris Blanks, $25,000
Omar Uresti 12a5605 671i-691a-6811-741a-420
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Michael Connell, $25,000
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Chris Riley, $25,000
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Scores
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Par-72, Champions Course: 6,389 yards;
Par-72, Final, a-amateur; x-won playoff for
Am I r ,s Fully Exempt:
72-71-73-67-68 351
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Marianne Skarpnord, $4,250
76-66-70-70-71 -353
Julieta Granada, $3,500
72-69-76-70-67-354
Azahara Munoz, $2,825
69-72-73-72-69 355
Maria Hernandez, $2,825
73-70-70-72-70 355
LisaMeldrum,$2,825
71-70-75-68-71 -355
Nicole Jeray, $2,825
70-70-76-67-72-355


NicoleHage,$2,241
Beatriz Recari, $2,241
Leah Wigger, $2,241
Mariajo Uribe, $1,925
Tamle Durdin, $1,925

LucyKim,$1,925
Iben Tinning, $1,750


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Locanto girls soccer Wunderly scored the lone goal
beats Wiregrass Ranch with an assist from Chole
The Lecanto High School Benoist. Lecanto goalie Darah
Soccer team surged past Nason stopped five shots on
Wiregrass Ranch to win 1-0 on goal during the first halfwhile her
Monday aftemoon. counterpart Kaci Palmiter had
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TRANSACTIONS
BASEBALL
American League
BOSTON RED SOX-Agreed to terms w
RHP Scott Atchison on a one-year contract.
SSDETROIT TIGERS-Agreed to terc tr
Agreed to terms with LHP Brad Thomas
Traded LHP Clay Rapada to Texas for a pla
to be named or cash considerations. Sent R
Zach Simons outright to Toledo (lL)
CHICAGO C yne Sandb
manager of lowa (PCL).
d COLOMRADO ROCKloES-Sold tsh cont
(Japanese Central League).
MILWAUKEE BREWERS-Claimed INF L
Cruz off waivers from Pittsburgh (NL).
PITTSBURGH PIRATES-Agreed to ter
wA P Vlnnle Chulk on at norNeague conCr

Gwynn director, player personnel and D
Roberts special assistant to baseball ope
tions. Promoted Josh Stein to director, base
operations.
WASHINGTON NATIONALS-Acquired R
Brian Bruney from the New York Yankees fo
player to be named. Released RHP Saul Rive
BASKETBALL
National Basketball Association
NBA-Fined Chicago C Joakim No
$15,000 for throwing the ball into the stands
striking a photographer during Saturdays ga
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tournament will be Jan. 9-10 at Inverness
Golf and Country Club.
Tournament director Steve Barnes organized
the juniors-only event. Barnes is also the tennis
professional at Inverness Golf and Country Club.
The format states a max-
imum of eight singles play-
ers per division engage in
a round robin tournament,
allowing each person a
total of seven matches.
They play tie-breakers
only, which results in a
quick rotation of oppo-
nents and keeps the play-
ers involved at all times.
Eric All points are added up
Van den Hoogen and the player with the
ON COURT most points in the end is
the winner. The champion
and runner up receive a
bowl of chocolates. That beats trophies as far as
I am concerned.
The competition starts with middle school
girls Saturday morning.
Then, in the afternoon it is the middle school
boys' turn.
On Sunday morning the high school girls take
to the courts, followed by the high school boys in
the afternoon.
Atie-breakdoesnotlastthatlongbut itgivesten-
nis enthusiasts a pretty good idea about the abili-
ties of the young players. I encourage community
members to go and watch the junior players.-
For more information, call Steve Barnes at
586-0241.
The format would probably be a good fit for
adults singles, because some still like to play sin-
gles but not more than a couple of sets and cer-
tainly not two days in a row. It also would fit people
who do not want to commit for two days but still
would like to participate in a competitive setup.
In doubles a Coman tie-break could be used,
requiring players to win 10 points, with a differ-
ence of two, to win the match.
Monday Night Ladies Doubles League
Scores for Nov. 30:
M Sugarmill Woods vs. Pine Ridge, 3-3.
The league is geared toward the 3.5 and 4.0 fe-
male players who cannot play during the day and
do not mind traveling to get in tennis matches.
For more information or to sign tip, contact
Vivien Amabile at tonykgbird@aol.com.
Citrus County Tuesday Womens Tennis
Leagues Tuesday Team Tennis
The league is geared for players 3.0-3.5.
Each team consists of four players. Six on a
roster is allowed. New players, regulars or subs

aoa w r formation, call chairwoman
Candace Charles at (352) 563-5859 or @mail her
at Candacecharles@tampabay.rr.com.
Citrus Area Senior Ladies
3.0/3.5 Tuesday League .
ScoresforDec.1:
5 Citrus Hills def. Pine Ridge Mustangs, 4-1;
M Meadowerest Rackettes def. Crystal River, 4-0;
5 Riverhaven Ospreys vs Pine Ridge Pintos, 3-3;
W Riverhaven Gators def. Meadowerest Aces, 3-2.
For information, contact Renate Wilms at746-
4598 or rwilms@earthlink.net.
Thursday Morning Citrus Area Doubles

Scores for Dec. 3:1.eague
M Bicentennial Babes def. Pine Ridge Mavericks,
6-2;
M Skyview Advantage def. Citrus Hills Aces, 6-2
5 Skyview def. Sugarmill Woods Oakies, 8-1;
5 Pine Ridge Fillies def. Bicentennial Players,
6-3.
For information, contact chairwoman Maxirie
Pace 746-4238 or cell (352) 601-2822 or ten-
nistalkmhp@aol.com.
Ladies on the Court
Results for Dec.3: Shirley, Marta, Marilyn and
Carol won.
Ladies on The Court play at 8:30 a.m. Thurs-
days at Le Grone Park courts in Crystal River.
Bring a new can of balls and 50 cents to sign up
and play two out of three tiebreak sets. For more
information, contact Barbara Shook at
dshook@tampabay.rr.com or 795-0872.
Friday Senior Ladies
Doubles 3.0 3.5 League
No scores for Dec. 4: It rained a little!
For information, call Marcie Marcus 628-4837
or mimarcus202@earthlink.net.
Ladies' Singles Tennis League
Match times are flexible for players to arrange
matches at their convenience with a minimum
of one match per month.
New players are welcome including high
school players.
For more information, contact Margie McLel-
lan at 476-5617 or e-mail her at margiemelel-
lan@tampabay.rr.com.
USTA Adult Leagues
A 6.5 Womens Combo: Skyview lost to Fort
King, 3-0, but the championship was already in
the bag for Skyview.
5 7.5 Womens Combo: Skyview def. Harbor
Hills, 3-0. Record 3-5.
M 3.5 Women Super Seniors: Skyview (Jarzyna)
def. Skyview (Sulinski), 2-1. Record 7-1. Skyview
(Sulinski) record, 4-5.
A 3.5 Men Super Seniors: Skyview def. The Vil-
lages, 2-1. Record 3-5.
Remember the new USTAleagues will start in
4 weeks; get your team number right now. Your
team roster should be in before the holidays.
For information, call or e-mail Leigh or Roger
Chak at (352) 5'?2-7157 or vacocala@comcast.net
Local tournament dates


5 Jan. 9-10, Chocolate Bowl (Juniors only) at
Inverness Golf and Country Club
5 Jan. 16-17, Simon Toftegaard Memorial Jun-
ior Tournament in Hernando, at Delta Woods
Park tennis courts
5 Jan.23-24, Crystal River Open at Crystal
River High School.


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In 1854, Pope Pius IX pro-
claimed the Catholic dogma
of the immaculate Concep-
tion, which holds that Mary,
the mother of Jesus, was free
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North American Free Trade
Agreement, which went into
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Ten years ago: A Mem-
phis, Tenn., jury hearing a
Lawsuit filed by the Rev. Mar-
tin Luther King Jr.'s family
found that the civil rights
leader had been the victim of
a vast murder conspiracy, not
a lone assassin.
Five years ago: The Sen-
ate completed congressional
approval of the biggest over-
haul of U.S. intelligence in a
half-century, voting 89-2 to
send the measure to Presi-
dent George W. Bush, who
signed it nine days later.
Today's Birthdays: Actor-
director Maximilian Schell is
79. Actor James MacArthur is
72. Flutist James Galway is
70. Singer Jerry Butler is 70.
Pop musician Bobby Elliott
(The Hollies) is 68. Actress
Mary Woronov is 66. Actor
John Rubinstein is 63. Rock
singer-musician Gregg All-
man is 62. Actress Kim
Basinger is 56. Rock musi-
cian Warren Cuccurullo is 53.
Rock musician Phil Collen
(Def Leppard) is 52. Country
singer Marty Raybon is 50.
Rock musician Marty Fried-
man is 47. Actor Wendell
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Hatcher is 45. Singer Sinead
O'Connor is 43. Actor
Matthew Laborteaux is 43.
Rock musician Ryan Newell
(Sister Hazel) is 37. Actor
Dominic Monaghan is 33.
Actor Ian Somerhalder is 31.
Rock singer Ingrid Michael-
son is 30. R&B singer
Chrisette Michele is 27. Rock
singer-actress Kate Voegele
is 23.
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pounds gone from
With 160-plus
his 5-foot-6-inch
flame, Crystal
River resident
Michael Harris is "wobbly."
"I'm used to being heavy and
planted," he said. "Alot of my
weight was in my legs, so I had a
low center of gravity. Now, occa-
sionally I'll lean and I won't have
the weight to counterbalance and
I'll fall over!"
On Oct. 24, 2007, Harris had a
35-minute laparoscopic surgery, a
reversible procedure that uses -
staples to make the stomach
pouch long and narrow and by-
passes part of the intestines with-
out severing them.
Th& Chronicle has been follow-
ing Harris' weight loss saga. This'
is the fifth and final story about
his progress.
It was on his 40th birthday, Dec.
9, 2006, that Harris realized that
at 405 pounds he weighed 100
pounds more than he ever
dreamed he would. That was a
wake-up call and he knew he had


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about the links that
obesity has to cancer and
Other health issues. Now
even more data is avail-
able documenting the
benefits of a healthy
weight
More than 100,000 can*
cers in the U.S. each year
are linked to excess body
fat, according to data re-
cently released by the
American Institute for
Cancer Research (AICR).
Researchers have known
for some time that being
overweight puts people at
an increased risk of some
types of cancer. This new
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nosed with cancer of the
ovary.
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in a woman's ovaries. The
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containing the germ cells
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BRIAN LaIPETE/Chronlcle


Two years after his mini-gastric bypass surgery, Michael Harris has lost 168 pounds.


"I'm extremely happy with
where I'm at," he said about his
current weight. "For the first time
I see myself as a regular person. I
eat a regular portion and wear;
regular clothes.
"For the first thne my body is
telling me the right messages -
'Hey, you're All; stop eating.' My
food choices are better choices.
I'm thinking about what my body
needs," he said.
Pre-surgery, Harris considered
himself quantity eater. Once he
started, he couldn't stop. Now, be-
cause his actual stomach can hold


only a small amount of food
and/or liquid, he has to be choosy.
"I concentrate on protein at
each meal fish, chicken or
beef," he said. "I've tried togo
back to eating a lot of salad, but I
have to be careful because it fills
me up.
"I eat today what feels like very
little to me, but it's probably what
a normal person would eat. It's
been two years and I still catch .
myself loading up my plate," he
sqid.
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to do something.
He began by dieting and did
lose a little weight. By the day of
his surgery, he weighed 370
pounds, with a BodyMass Index
(BMI) of 59.7
Normal weight BMI is between
18.5 to 24.9. Overweight is be-
tween 25 to 29.9 and obese is 30
and higher. (To check your BMI,
go online at www.nhlbisupport
.com/bmi.)
Today, a day before he turns 43
and a little more than two years
since his surgery, Harris weighs
245.


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cense. Do not assume someone is
licensed because they have an of-
flee or advertise.
Every profession has its skilled'
dedicated and helpful practition-
ers, as well as those who are less
skilled and competent. Ascertain
that the person you choose has ex-
tensive training and experience,
has referral and consultation re-
sources, and is well respected in
the community. Equally important
is that he or she is someone you
trust and someone who treats you
with understanding and respect.
All of the Florida licensed men-
tal health professionals are re-
quired to provide treatment only
in accordance with their training,
experience and state licensure.
They have received academic
traming and supervised clinical
experiences in a variety of settings
and with a variety ofelinical prob-
lem types.
Mental health services provided
may include: counseling, psy-
chotherapy, marriage and family
therapy, diagnostic assessment
and psychological testing, behav-
ior modification, sex therapy, hyp-
notherapy, psychotropic drug
management, psychiatric evalua-
tion and treatment, crisis inter-
vention, and other services. It is
important to make sure that the
mental health professional you se-
lectgenerally has experience and
training with your type of prob-
lem, as most have areas of spe-


in referring individuals and fami-
lies for psychological help and
often are very well informed about
the community's resources.
Amentalhealthprofessionalisa
person who has re-
ceivedformaluniversity
graduate school educa-
\ tionandtrainingtopre-
pare him or her to help
1 peopleinemotionaldis-
tress. A mental health
4 professional in Florida
has also earned addi-
tionaleredentialsinthe
uglas form of state licensing
and sometimes in ad-
enson danced certification.
RS OF "Therapist," "psy-
MIND chotherapist" or "coun-
selor" are terms most
often used to refer to
mental health professionals. These
are all general terms which could
refer to a professional who is well
trained and experienced, as well as
onewhohashadlittleformaltrain-
ing and experience.
In Florida, only the titles and
scopesofpracticeofclinicalsocial
workers, marriage and family
therapists, mental health coun-
selors, psychiatric nurses, psychi-
atrists, psychologists, and school
psychologists are regulated by
Florida licensure laws. When
seeking a therapist for you or your
family, it is important to inquire
about the therapist's professional
training, experience and state li-


t would be nice if life were a
Blissful time, free of troubles
or cares. Yet, as you Imow from
your own experience, life brings
with it a mixture of triumph and
failure, pleasure and
pain, conflict and reso-
lution.I No matter how
much you are shielded
from emotional upset,
inevitably you and your
family will undergo pe-
riods of distress.
Such periods of tur-
moil are often a neces-
sary and important part F. Do
of emotional growth and
development. Some- Step
h
times, however, emo- MATTE
tonal and psychological THE
problems don't disap-
pear even after a long
time. This may be an indication of
deeper distress requiring the need
for professional assistance.
If you decide that you or your
family may need psychotherapy
and counseling services, you will
need information about mental
health professionals. If you have
health insurance coverage, begin
by checking with them to obtain a
listing of mental health profes-
stonals on their approved provider
panel for this geographical area.
*Clergymen, family physicians, pe-
diatricians, or someone at your
child's school can be useful refer-
ral resources also. These profes-
sionals have extensive experience


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County since 1990. He is a
graduate of the University of
Chicago and was on the faculty of
the University of Florida Depart-
ment ofPsychiatry OITice in
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Crystal River 795-7070.


cialization.

E Douglas Stephenson, LCSW
LMFT BCD, has provided
private pqehotherapyand
counseling services in Citrus


Hospital's "Is Your Bladder
More Active Than You?" sem-
inar by Omar Hamoui, M.D., 5
to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 15,
at Silverthom Country Club,
4550 Gulf Club Drive,
Brooksville, 2.5 miles south of
Cortez Bo'ulevard (State Road
50) on Barclay Avenue.
A hot buffet will be served.
Seating is limited and reserva-
tions are required. Call 628-
6060 in Citrus or (352)
597-6333 in Hemando.
5 Health education pro-
grams from Seven Rivers Re-
gional Medical Center, in the
community room on the second
floor of the Medical Ofices
Building (across the street from
the hospital), unless otherwise
noted. Visit www.srrmc.com.
Menopause Maintenance:
Catherine Navarro, M.D. Call
795-1234 to register,
Good News About Knee
and Hip Pain: 1 p.m. Wednes-
day, Dec. 16. Find out how you
may be able to relieve knee or
hip paih. Leam abolit the
causes and treatments. Call
795-1234 to register.
5 The Bloodmobile will be
parked in front of the West Cit-
' rus Elks Lodge 2693, on
Grover Cleveland Blvd. east of
U.S. 19 in Homosassa, from 3
to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 16.
Anyone who gives blood will re-
. ceive a coupon for a free dinner
served every Tuesday dunng
Karaoke night at the Lodge.

SuppON GROUPS
5 National Osteoporosis
Foundation Citrus County
Support Group will meet at 1
p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 8, at the
Citrus County Resource Cen-
ter, 2804 W. Marc Knighton
Co nLoec n II a H
tute at 341-4778. Guests are


asked to bring articles for open
discussion. This is our annual
Christmas party, you can bring
a treat to share if you wish, and
everyone is welcome. Call
Laura Henderson at 341-4778,
5 Fibromyalgia Support
Group meets from 1:30 to 3
p.m. the second Tuesday
monthly at Brashear's Phar-
macy in Lecanto. Call Ada at
637-3364. There will be no
meeting in December.
5 Bereaved Parents of the
USA (BP/USA) grief support
group for parents and grand-
parents who have experienced
the death of a child, 7 p.m. the
second Wednesday monthly at
the First Presbyterian Church,
1501 S.E. U.S. 19 in Crystal
River. Call Bemadette Pas-
salacqua at 746-4664 or visit
www.bereavedparentsusa.org.
a Look Good ... Feel
Better, a free two-hour session
for women undergoing radiation
or chemotherapy, at 3 p.m. the
second Wednesday monthly at
the Cancer & Blood Disease
Center, Lecanto, and 3 p.m. the
fourth Wednesday monthly at
the Robert Boissoneault Oncol-
ogy Institute, Lecanto. Call Mil-
dred Roseberry (746-7212) or
the American Cancer Society
(800) 395-LOOK (5665) to reg-
ister.
5 Emotions Anonymous
12-step support group, noon
the second and fourth Thurs-


days monthly at Central Ridge
Library, Forest Ridge Boulevard
and Roosevelt, in Beverly Hills.
Call Meg at 527-2443.
. A Suicide support group ,
for any adult who is trying to
cope with complex feelings of
grief, shock, confusion, anger
and guilt due to the impact of
suicide by a family member or
friend; 6:30 p.m.-the second
Thursday monthly at the HPH
Hospice office, 3545 N.
Lecanto Highway, Bellerly Hills.
Free. Call Wendy Hall at 527-
4600.
5 SPRING HILL Care.
giver Support Group, 4 to 5
p.m. second Thursday monthly
at the Florida Cancer Institute -
New Hope's Spring Hill Center,
10441 Quality Drive, Suite 203
in the Medical Arts Building
next Spring Hill Hospital. Call
Pamela McGee, support group
facilitator, at (352) 688-7744.
W SPRING HILL- Spinal
Cord Injury support group, 5
p.m. second Thursday monthly
in the gym at HealthSouth Re-
habilitation Hospital. Call Dee
Hardee at (352) 592-7237.
A NEW PORT RICHEY -
"Community Chatterboxes"
is a support group to assist indi-
viduals suffering from commu-
nication deficits (i.e., aphasia,
apraxia, dysarthria, etc.). The
group meets from 3 to 4 p.m.
every other Thursday at Com.
unity Hospital Health Care


Center, 5400 School-Road,
New Port Richey. The next
meeting is Dec. 10. Caregivers
and spouses are encouraged to
attend. Call (727) 845-0757.
a Friends of the Blind, 9
a.m. to noon the second Friday
monthly at the Church of the
Nazarene in Hernando. Call
Butch Shultz at 344-2693 or
Bob Johnson at 563-1890.
a FFRA (Families and
Friends of Real Adults), second
Friday monthly at the Key
Training Center in Invemess at
130 Heights Ave. Social time
and business meeting at 9 a.m.
is followed by a speaker at 10
a.m. Call Ron Phillips at 382-
7819.
M Post-Polio Support
Group of North Central Florida
special meeting,,"Remember-
ing Others." 2 p.m. Sunday at .
the Collins Health Resource
Center, 9401 S.W. State Road
200, Building 300, Suite 303,
Ocala. Maps available at Post-
PolioSupport.com. A light holi-
day meal will be served. Make
reservations by calling Carolyn
Raville at (352) 489-1731.
W SPRING HILL- Healthy
Hearts support group open to
anyone looking for information
on cardiac disease, 4 to 5:30
p.m. Monday, Dec. 14, at the
Enrichment Center at Oak Hill
Hospital, 11375 Cortez Boule-
vard, Brooksville. Karen Dixon,


PA-C (Physician's Assistant-
Certified) will be a guest
speaker at the bimonthly
Healthy Hearts support group.
Her topic of discussion will be
"Basics of Heart Failure." Go to
www.0akHillHospital.com or
call 628-6060 in Citrus or (352)
597-6333 in Hemando.
5 The Area 13 Family Care
Council, 10 a.m. to noon the
second Monday monthly at the
Wildwood DCFIAPD office,
1601 W. Gulf Atlantic Highway
(State Road 44). Call Dominic
Christofaro, (352) 489-6279.
5 NAMI-Citrus, locally char-
tered group of the National Al-
liance on Mental IIIness will
meet the second Monday
monthly at The Lighthouse, on
Thomas Street, right behind
. Dunkin Donuts on State Road
. 44. Doors open at 6:30 p.m..All
those with an interest in mental
health issues are welcome.
M Alzheimer's Family Or-
ganization, serving Central
Florida, offers monthly support
group meetings. Public Is in-
vlted.
2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 15,
Highland Terrace, 700 Medical
Court E., Invemess. Call Valerie
Taylor at 860-2525.
The Alzhelmer's Family Or-
ganization branch office in Cit-
rus County is open from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. the second Mon-
See GROUPS/Page CS


5 Free Holiday Grief Work.
shop from HPH Hospice to as-
sist any adult trying to cope with
their grief during this difficult
time: 2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
today at the Genesis Commu-
nity Church Youth Annex. This
building is next to the Knights of
Columbus on Norvell Bryant.
Highway (County Road 486).
Reservations are requested. To
reserve a seat or to ask a ques-
tion regarding the workshop,
call (800) 486-8784. To speak
with a bereavement counselor
at the HPH Hospice Citrus of-
fice, call Paul Winstead, M.A.,
at 527-4600.
5 Free vision, cataract and
glaucoma screening will be
offered Wednesday at Crystal
Eye Center, on U.S.19 South,
Crystal River. For appointment,
call 795-0212. .
5 Free Diabetes Screen-
ings offered from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. today and Wednesday at
Walgreens, 104 S. Apopka
Ave., Invemess. For more infor-
mation, call Cholestcheck:
(800) 713-3301 (no appoint-
ment).
5 Free Cholesterol and Di.
abetes Screenings offered
from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thurs-
day at Winn-Dixie Pharmacy
6405 W. Gulf-to-Lake Highway,
Crystal River. Call
Cholestcheck: (800) 713-3301
(no appointment necessary).
H OCALA- Vicky Honkus
R.N., MSN, chest pain coordi-
nator, Ocala Health, Ocala Re-
glonal Medical Center will
present a discussion on heart
disease at 2 p.m. Monday in
Benson Hall at St. Matthew's
Lutheran Church. Call the
church office at (352) 629-
5948. St. Matthew's Lutheran
Church iBlatd3453 NaE. Silver
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ending at Wesley Jones Park.
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FROM: The Homosassa Civic Club
WHAT: A Christmas Boat Parade
WHERE: The Homoaassa River
WHEN: From 6:00pm until 7:30pm
WHY: To keep our tradition alive


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P.O. Box 370, Homosessa PC34407
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Plavix should not stop taking any of
these drugs until they have discussed
this with their doctor,
It's dangerous to stop taking any
medication without medical advice.
PatientatakingPlavixshouldcalltheir
doctor to discuss all the other drugs
and supplements they are takmg, in-
cluding over-the-counter medications.
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macistfor more than 20years. Send
questions to him at1135N. Timu-
cuan Trail, Inverness, FL 34453


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I heard that some drugs can
make Plavix less effective.
a What can you tell me of this?
lavix is a blood thinner that is
used by millions of Americans to re-
duce the risk ot heart attacks and
strokes. .
However, when taken together with
other medications its anti-blood clot-
ting effects can be reduced signifl-
cantly, because these other drugs can
block the conversion of Plavix into its
active form. In view of this potential
drug interaction, the FDA is warning.


patients to avoid certain drugs, if pos-
sible, when taking Plavix..
Medications that may be a problem
when combined with Plavix include:
A Diflucan (generic name: flucona.
sole),
5 Felbatol (generic name: felba-
mate),
a Intelence (generic name:
etravirine).
a Luvox (generic name: fluvoxam-
ine).
W Nexium (generic name: es-
omeprazole).


W Nizoral (generic name: ketocona.
zole).
a Prilosec (generic name: omepra-
zole).
M Prozac, Serafem and Symbyax
(generiename:fluoxetine).
M Tagamet (generic name: cimeti-
dine).
M Ticlid (generic name: tidopidine),
A VFEND (generic name: voricona-
zole).
In addition, there are ongoing stud-
ies looking at other drugs that may in-
teract with Plavix. Patients taking


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through their experiences,
and Pickering's husband
even had surgery after Har-
ris had his,
"I'm extremely blessed,"
Harris said. "I've got family,
phenomenal friends. The
one thing now I see other
people I would like to help,
because my experience has
been so positive. It's diffi-
cult, though, to try to share
that with people and not be
offensive. You can't just go
up to someone and talk to


them about their weight, al-
though I had friends who
did that with me. '
Harris said he'd still like
to lose 25 or 30 more
pounds, but even if he
stayed where he is, he'd be
happy. On the day before his
43rd birthday, he is alive
and happy.
Contact Chronicle re-
porter Nancy Kennedy at
564-2927 or e-mail
nkennedy@chronicleon
line.cont


up three jacket sizes, but
I've only put on about 3
pounds."
He said he feels better at
this bigger size because he
had been feeling "wimpy."
"I was used to being
strong, and I've not had
strength, and that's been
frustrating," he said. "Now I
feel I'm finally getting some
muscle back..I tried to go
back to cave diving and my
legs wouldn't carry me with
my doubles (air tanks) on.


That's what got me working
out." .
One of the people Harris
is most grateful for is Bar-
bara Pickering, the person
who first told him about the
surgery,
"I had the surgery before
him and met him when I
was 80 pounds down," Pick-
ering said. "I showed him
my'before'picture and told
him how easy it was."
She said they've been
supportive of each other


surgery, Harris lost about
160 pounds. This past year
he hasn't lost any more
weight, although his body
has changed.
"I leveled out 14 or 15
months in," he said, regard-
ing actual pounds lost.
"About (six) months ago I
started filling back out; my
muscles started building
back up. At the 19- or 20-
month mark I had gotten
down to a 42 Jacket. Now I'm
in a 48 Jacket, so I've gone


minutes of moderate or g-
orous physical activity five
daysaweekormore.
The bottom line for people
concernedaboutthisissuein
to try to balance the calories
you take in with those-your
body uses every day. The
American Cancer Society
stresses the importance of a
maintaining a healthy body
weight and avoiding weight
gain during adulthood.
These recommendations
also underscore the impor-
tant role ofthe community in
providing easy access to safe
opportunities for exercise
and ready access to healthy
foods. This includes incorpo~
ration of exercise activities
in our schools as well.

Dr C. Joseph Bennett is a
board-certilled radiation
oncologist, past president
of the Citrus County Unit of
the American Cancer
Society and a member of
the Board ofDirectors and
Executive Committee of
the Florida Division ofthe
Amerlean Cancer Socie(g
Contact him at 522N.
Lecantd Highway Lecanto,
FL 34461 or e-mail
ejbennett@rbol.com'


A 2003 ACS study of more
than 900,000 men and
women found the heaviest
men had death rates ftom all
cancerscombinedthatwere
52 percent higher than the
rates among normal-weight
men. The heaviest women
had cancer death rates 62
percent higher than normal-
weight women, the study
found.
Why does being over-
weight make a person more
susceptible to cancer? Sev-
eralmechanisms are thought
to be at work. Excess body fat
appears to increase the
amount of hohnones like es-
trogen circulating in the
body, and it can also disrupt
how the body processes in-
sulin. Both of those factors
have been linked to an in-
creased cancer risk.
Half of all Americans
aren't aware of the role obe-
sity plays in cancer risk.
To reduce your risk, the
American Cancer Society
recommends balancing calo-
rie intake with physical ac-
tivity. Eat at least five
servings of ftuit and vegeta-
bles every day, choose whole
grains over processed grains,
and limit red meat Adults
should engage in at least 30


The survivalbenefits-seen
in the dose-dense group are
rare in patients with ad-
vanced ovarian cancer, and
this regimen offers a new
treatment option for women
with advanced epithelial
ovarian cancer, concluded
Dr. Norlyuki Katsumata, of
the National Cancer Center
Hospital in Tokyo, and col-
leagues. This study was pub-
lished in the Lancet Journal.
I am offermg my patient
this new regimen. This
should improve her odds of
beating the cancer.

Dr Sunil Gandhi is a
hematologist and .
oncologist He is the
volunteer medical adviser
of the Citrus Unit of the
American Cancer Society
Send questions or
comments to 521 N.
Lecanto Highway
Lecanto, FL 34461 or
e-mail to sgandhl@
tampabayrnoom or call
740-0707.


standard first-line
chemotherapy for advanced
ovarian cancer. However,
dose-dense weekly treat-
ment with paclitaxel is seen
as a way to increase progres-
sion-free and overall sur-
vival in these patients,
according to the new study
findings.
This phase 3 study of 637
women compared the two
approaches. Half the pa-
tients received the conven-
tional regimen every three
weeks and the other half re-
ceived weekly cheniother-
apy. The patients in the
weekly chemotherapy group
had longer median progres-
sion-ftee survival than those
in the standard treatment
group (28 months versus 17
Inonths), and longer overall
survival at three years (72
percent versus 65 percent).
"This means that women
in the dose-dense group had
a 29 percent lower risk of
cancer progression and a 25
percent lower risk of death
according to author.


Support Group, 11 a~m. to


522 N, Lecento Highway.


SOG UPR
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day monthly, Call Ellen Mallon
at 860-2525.
8 Beyond GrIef Support
Istian- se eet-
60me0ne through death, 1:15
p.m. the third Tuesday monthly
at the minIstry complex room
behind the SunTrust Bank In
Meadowerest, off Gulf-to-Lake
HIghway, Crystal RIver. Call
Betty Jo at 628-2933 or the
church office at 795-8077.
5 Head and Neck Cancer

NOTICE
TO Till PATENTS OF
JUAHITO C. TABOADA, MD:
It has been my pleasure to be
of semice to my patients for the
past 31 years. As of December 31,
2009, I wi11 be closing my office in
order to retire. Patients desiring to
obtain their records can call
loorbTa d MDPA
730 SE 5th Terrace
Crystal Rluer, FL34429 j


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Easily dehydrated, he has
to be diligent about drinking
enough water. He spent his
last birthday with kidney
stones, although he's not
sure ifthat's a consequence
of his surgery, because his
dad also had kidney stones
when he was Harris' age.
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and travels to the uterus
through a structure called
the fallopian tube
Every year, approximately
21,000 women are diagnosed
with ovarian cancer and
about 14,000 die due to it
Since at the early stage
this cancer does not pro-
duce any symptoms, ovarian
cancer is not commonly di-
agnosed when it is just con-
fined to the ovaries. It
commonly spreads to the
abdomen and then causes
enlarged lymph nodes or
fluid collection in the ab-
domen.
This snakes the abdomen
very distended, and that is
the most common presenta-
tion of ovarian cancer.
Since most patients pres-
ent in the later stage, almost
everyone requires treatment
with chemotherapy. Chemo-
therapy is the use ofdrugs to.
1611cancer cells.
Chemotherapy is different
ftom other types of cancer
treatments in that it is a sys-
temic treatment, meaning it
circulates throughout the
entire body, killing original
cancer cells and those that
may have spread to other
. locations (metastasis).
Currently, paditaxel and
carboplatin given every
three weeks is considered


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data highlights the extent
ofthe problem.
The estimates show that
excess body fat is linked to 49
percent of endometrial can-
cers (20,700 cases per year),
35 percent of esophageal
cancers (5,800 cases per
year), 28 percent of pancre-
atic cancers (11,900 cases per
year), 24 percent of kidney
cancers (13,900 cases per
year), 21 percent of gallblad-
der cancers (2,000 cases per
year), 17 percent of breast
cancers (33,000 cases per
year), and nine percent of
colorectal cancers (13,200
cases per year).
The evidence is very clear.
If people maintain a normal
body weight and remain
physically active throughout
life, it will have a major im-
pact on.their own personal
cancer incidence.
Now, as Isaid above, this is
not a new concept As a mat-
ter of fact, American Canter
Society (ACS) researchers
were among the first to docu-
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Also, loss of teeth can partic-
ularly affect the mid- and
lower face. When teeth are
pulled, there are large sock-
ets where the teeth once
were that start to reabsorb
and the dead spaces close
up, causing the mid- and
lower face to collapse, thus
allowing the overlying soft
tissue and skin to wrinkle
and fold and appear aged.
Unfortunately, we have
not invented a fountain of
youth or a time machine and
the aging process will go on.
It cannot be stopped or re-
versed, but there are some
things you can do to slow it
down.
Besides the obvious
things such as facial surgery
and injectable fillers, laser
and/or chemical peels, daily
maintenance of the skin is
your best bet. Good quality
mild cleansers and moistur-
izers help the skin stay hy-
drated. Avoiding sun
exposure, and the use of sun
protection factor if outside
is vital and also helps main-.


tain good skin quality.
Nurturingthebodywhich
ultimately helps the skin
cells replenish and replace
themselves. This is accom-
plished by eating healthy
and avoiding things such as
smoking and alcohol in ex-
cess.
Believe it or not, daily ex-
ercise will increase muscle
tone, which will help give
the appearance to the skin
of being more youthful and
healthy is of great benefit to
the overall appearance to
one's face, not to mention
the side benefit of being
generally healthy and not
sick.
Once again, it always goes
back to the basics take
good care pfyour body and
it will take good care-of you
and look good in the
process.

Denis Grillo, D.O., FOCOO,
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small cells that replace
themselves and this process
slows down as we get older
The skin tends to get thin-
ner. We lose elastin and col-
lagen, which are products
that make the skin look
youthful, and this results in
the skin stretching, sagging
and producing folds and
wrinkles and lines.
Besides the normal aging
process, rapid weight loss or
constant stress can acceler-
ate the process. Then there
are environmental factors,
such as smoking and sun ex-
posure. There are changes
that occur to the underlying
bonyskeletonthatcanafect
the way one's face ages.
Loss of bone density due
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your concerns prior to your next appoint-
ment. If things go well and you have re-
gained your trust follow through as
planned.
However, ifyou are not satisfied with the
outcomeyouneedtofindanewdentist.Be
sure to discuss all ofyour concerns up front
with your potential new dentist. It is very
important that both of you are on the same
page with expectations.
Let me address one of your questions. If
there was a tooth left behind, it can cer-
tainly decay in the future. There are times
that we will leave a tooth behind and file it
down to the gum level..We sometimes do a
root canal in a tooth like this and place an
attachment in it that fits into a correspon-
ding piece in a denture. .
When things are done like this, yoil have
the help of the tooth and attachment com-
plex to help hold in the otherwise loose
denture. This can be done with the use of
implants as well, but why not use your own
tooth if it is in good enough shape to do so?
I cannot help but think that there was
some sort of miscommunication or lack of
communication going on with this scenario.
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being done and what the final outcome will
be like. I have seen many people very dis-
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traction were done by an oral surgeon, I
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oral surgeon and you were not ever con-
suIted by a general dentist, do not go on any
further. Find yourself a general dentist you
are comfortable with and proceed from
there.
I am very much against any specialist
performing work on a patient only to refer
the patient to the general dentist after they
have done their work Things always work
out better when all parties are involved
from the beginning.
I hope this has helped and things work
out OK for you.

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CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE


News NOTES

CBN to
install officers
The Citrus Business Net-
work will celebrate Christ-
mas, with the annual
Christmas Dinner and Instal-
lation of Officers on Wednes-
day at Tuscany on the
. . Meadow, Citrus Hills Lodge.
Guest speaker, John Thrum-
ston, Citrus County Commis-
sioner, will preside over the
installation ceremony.
Collections of canned
goods and Toys for Tots will
be taken that evening.
Officers for 2009 are: pres-
.
Ident, Gail Sotrines, Sotrines
Travel; vice president, Jacqui
Watkins, John C. Meyers, Sr.,
Locksmith; secretary, Char-
lene Sestito, Fero and Sons
Insurance; treasurer, James
Segovia, Capital City Bank; ,
membership director, Liz
Koehlinger, Pre-Paid Legal
Services; marketing director,
Wayne Hohi,1ech.SupporL
Services; program director,
Bud Koehlinger, Pre-Paid
Legal Services.
The Citrus Business Net-
work meets every Friday

"a=.e-dTh:
350 E.Norvell Bryant High-
way, Hemando. Continental
ts tnsg s7ca ucted
from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. Mem-
bers benefit by exchanging
information and referrals with
other business owners-
For more information, call
Liz Koehlinger, membership
director, 527-9790 or visit
www.citrusbusinessnetwork.
com.
FOrum fOCUSOS
on volunteer links
Leam where you can
make a difference and dis-
cover your niche in commu-
nity service. RSVP and the
Nature Coast Volunteer Cen-

ter Costs a forugfor ople -
tol R up with volunkerop-
portunities-Thisiserroppon-
tunity to meet with NCVC/
RSVP staff and volunteer
managers throughout the
county and leam about their
programs.
Opportunity Links will be
from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Dec. 9, at
the Citrus County Resource
Center Caf6, 2804 W. Marc
Knighton Court in Lecanto.
Persons with disabilities re-
quiring reasonable accom-
modations call ahead. The
even is sponsor db RSVP
of Citrus County, a program
of the Nature Coast Volun-
teer Center.
The Nature Coast Volun-
teer Center and RSVP are
the engine through which
more than.100 local organi-
zations connect hundreds of
volunteers to meaningful
service opportunities
throughout Citrus County.
NCVC/RSVP works on a
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various issues to develop
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performance
icked Willy Nelson singing "On the Road
Again" and Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison
Blues" with the screen depicting scenic
roads and train tracks behind him.
Inviting us to sing along with him on "Oh
Lonesome Me," he continued with Glen
Campbell's "Gentle On My Mihd."
Betty Boop appeared on the
screen as he performed "Good
Hearted Woman" and mischie-
a vous leprechauns bouilded
about the screen as he gave an
upbeat performance of "Flow-
ers on the Wall.
Grabbing his banjo, he gave a
flawless rendition ofJohn Den-
ver's hit "Thank God I'm A
g .. ..Cguntry Boy," garnering thun-
Levins derous applause when he held
ND THE a note at the end. -
gggy Getting a bit nostalgic, he
poked fun at the nonsensical
songs we sang in the bygone
days like "Little Red Riding Hood," "The
Witch Doctor," as the audience gave out
wolf calls, noting that we remember those
songs long after we've forgotten Algebra II.
His sheer artistry on acoustic guitar,
was a lingering memory of his perform-
ance as he spoke of life as an adventure
from our first steps and that even though
we do not have all of the answers, that the
most precious thing that God loans to us is
our children. You could have heard a pin
drop, as he sang "My Son" with scenes of
his family on the screens.
His playful arrangement of "What Little
Kids Do" kept us knowingly giggling with
lines like piddling in the puddles blowing
bubbles, noting that we are all those little
kids too, cautioning us to remember this
on a bad day.
Keeping the humor going, he brought
down the house with his comments about
labels: "Caution: Causes drowsiness" on
sleeping pills and "Works while you sleep"
on Milk of Magnesia.
Charming us with "Your smile is a won-
. derfill thing" and "I hope you are having
fun. Be happy. It's good for you," he re-
lated his bad days, a lengthy illness as
scenes of waterfalls and morning dew on
leaves were shown and his recovery with
a brand new perspective, brand new
dance to dance, song to sing, brand new
point of view.
After a tribute to the veterans in the au-
dience and the oft-requested "Story of
Two Little Boys," he whistled along, play-
ing acoustic guitar and performing "Dix-
ieland" noting that it takes all of us
together to make the place we call home
'America," it was intermission time.

froTI ise 11 n h rs n
ing hands hugging some, performing clas-
r sa tas en s u e LTkefav
mas?" and one he wrote, "Merry Christ-
mas USA."
His signature theme of love showing us
the way, believing in the songs we sing of
freedom and Christmas as the miracle
that brought hope and joy into the world,
hNe sed out his show with "O Holy
'Til next time, thanks for the memory of
an amazing James Rogers show.
.
Ruth Levins participates in a variety of
projects around the community Let her
Imowaboutyourgroup's upcoming
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RIll&ZIn p
he return engagement of James
Rogers to Citrus County was a
smashing success. Having appeared
at the Key Training Center's Chet Cole
Life Enrichment Centerlocal friends and
a growing number of fans were enthralled
with his appearance at the Holiday Show
last week at the Citrus Hills
Golf and Country Club's Activ-
ity Center.
Billed as a singer, songwriter
and lead performer from Dolly-
wood, he is all that and then
some. It was a spectacular
evening of country western, pa-
triotic,. holiday and gospel
music mixed with his very own
lyloyd qfturger .
Having st rted ii tour in Ruth
tate October, he appeared with AROU
Aaron Tippin in Johnson City, gggg
Tenn., in a fundraiser for the
Veterans Memorial on Veterans
Day with 5,000 in attendance.
Born in Chattanooga, Tenn., the Dolly-
wood area has been his home base since
1986. A son is following in his footsteps as
a performer; however; I'ock 'n' roll is the
beat of his son's group Down Stroke.
Talking with fans, there was a common
thread of sheer appreciation and abiding
devotion to Rogers. Many expressed the
fact that one and all who attend his show
icome away feeling that they are special to
him. Beyond that, they come to sense an
urgency to emulate his caring and concern
for others as well ... and along the way to
enjoy our gift of life.
Cathy and vic Young from New Jersey,
Dollywood fans for 15 years, follow his
tours and attend two or three a year.
Emiline Mosher of Clearwater spoke of
Rogers' inspirational music tapes, com-
forting Chaplain Bebin during his termi-
nal illness touching his soul, noting that
Rogers' music is more than entertain-
ment, it is a ministry of music that brings
people to the faith that has been his inspi-
ration personally. .
Many spoke glowi ly of Rogers, saying
that his heart was in his music. Holly and
Jerry Shanahan of Clearwater spoke of
Rogers' patriotism and that having at-
tended one of his concerts, people are apt
to reflect upon their lives up to that point,
and feeling affirmed to be people of worth,
become inspired to egntribute to the
needs of others; Jerry said it best, "It's an
awesome thing to tip your hat to!"
Ozello residents Louis Bastrop, Bonnie
Crowe, Jeanne and Jim Obedzinski were
impressed with Rogers' range of music
presented and his geqqine enjoyment of
the audience. It is.as though he embraces
us with loving concern and we become
family" to him.
Charley and Zane Arnold said that
Rogers is a "down to earth singer" and
that "You Raised Me Up" is their favorite.
. A Rogers concert is a thrilling experi-
ence. Three wide screen provide back-
ground enhancement for his masterful
performance. There were full-blown flags,
Sept. 11 scenes of firefighters, serene
scenes of Americana, as Rogers sang Lee
Greenwood's "I'm Proud to Be An Ameri-
can." There were glimpses of servicemen
serving in Iraq, then majestic eagles soar-
ing as he sang his own compositions "Fly
Eagles Fly" and "Heroes In My Eyes" writ-
ten shortly after Sept 1L
Performing on the sixth anniversary of
Sept 11, he was mspired to write "Stand
Tall America."
His Grand Ole Opry medley was a hit
with the audience as he playfully mim-


. Special to the Chronicle
John and Dusty Porter recently presented a $260 cash do-
natiop to Citrus United Basket Manager Deborah Rossfeld.
Th4 monqy will be used to help feed families during the
holiday season. The donations were collected at John and
Dusty Porters' 10th annual Halloween Haunted Maze and
Graveyard display, Oct. 24 and 31.

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Special to the Chronicle
Artist/author Ann Coving-
ton will speak from 6:30 to
7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 15,
a't the Floral City Public Li-
brary. She will talk about
her life and art experiences
along with sharing her
sketches and the
interesting stories Sh
she has collected 9
about the historic firSt
Floral City homes
and their families 10
featured in her
book "Sketches of 100-y
JIistorical Floral Oak
City." Copies of
the book will be that
available for pur-
chase and signing 8 Ca
by the author/
artist Over
. Covington fell main
an love with Flo-
ral City and its .
people. She was
first drawn to the 100-year-
old oak trees that form a
canopy over the main street;
however, she was soon
equally captivated by the re-
laxed atmosphere of the
town, the beauty of its sur-
roundings and its history.
. She formed an art group,
which meets for sketching
safaris around the area. She
credits her friends in this
group for persuading her to
remain focused on her cre-
ative goals. The on-site
sketching programs deep-
ened Covington's apprecia-
tion of the rich history of
Floral City. She fell in love
with the old buildings that
survive; their rustic charms
inspired her creative talent.
Covington also fell in love
with a Floral City man who
shares not only her creativ-
ity but also her passion for


preserving the history ofthe
area. She and Bill Covington
are married.and live in the
house that he built on the
edge of Lake Tsala Apopka.
Floral City has within its
historic district the only Na-
tional Historic Site in citrus
County and one of its his-
toric homes, the
Fo rmy Du val
WaS house built in the
drawn mid 1860s, is the
oldest continu-
the .ously occupied
home in the
ear-old county. Ann and
trees her fellow artists,
concerned about
form the loss of the
local architec-
nOpy tural heritage,
embarked on this
the book with a view
Str991 to conserving for
future genera-
tions our rich as
architectural
legacy. The book is a unique,
intenselypersonalvisionof
the artist/author.
Through these beautiful
interpretive sketches of Flo-
ral City Ann hopes you will
gain an appreciation of"Old
Florida." As she says: "Pre-
serving our past will take us
forward into the future,
richer in appreciation of
those who came before us."
For more information
about other programs and
events, visit www.citrusli-
braries.org or contact the
closest library to you: Cen-
tral Ridge Library, Beverly
Hills 746-6622; Coastal
Region Library, Crystal
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pal Office, 326 S. Line Ave., In-
* vemess.
Grief support group, 11 .
a.m. Tuesday at Our Lady of
Grace Parish Life Center, 6
Roosevelt Blvd., Beverly Hills.
Grief support group, 1 p.m.
Tuesday at the Hospice of Cit-
rus County Clinical Office, 326
- S. Line Ave., Invemess.
Grief support group, 10:30
a.m. Saturday at First United
Methodist Church, 831 W.
Bradshaw St., Homosassa.
Christian-based grief sup-
port group, 1:15 p.m. the third
: Tuesday monthly at Gulf To
Lake Ministry Complex, 1506
N. Meadowcrest Blvd., Crystal
River.
Social support group, 10
a.m. Tuesday at Crystal Para-
dise Restaurant, 508 N. Citrus
Ave., Crystal River. .
Social support group, 3:30
p.m. Friday at Joe's Family
Restaurant, 911 W. Main St.,
Invemess. .
LIFT luncheon (for widows
.and widowers), 11:30 a.m. the
third Tuesday monthly at Citrus
Hills Golf & Country Club, Her-
nando. Call Teddi Holler at 746-
6518 for reservations and
details.
Parents support group, a
: chapter of Bereaved Parents of
the USA, 7 p.m. the second
Wednesday monthly at First
Presbyterian Church, 1501 S.E.
U.S. 19, Crystal River.
.
Weekly meetangS
a The Encouragers Sup.
pott Group has been helping
people deal with depression,
anxiety, bipolar and more for
y more than 15 years. Weekly
meeting. Call 637-3196.
5 Anorexia and bulimia
anonymous 12-step support
group, 5:45 p.m. Monday at
the Yana Club, 147 N.W. Sev-
enth St., Crystal River (behind
the police station). Call-Char-


Gulfto Lake Church Ministry
Complex, West Gulf-to-Lake
Highway in Crystal River, Din-
ner at 6 p.m. Friday, followed
by large- and small-group time
and a Coffee Caf6 at 9. Call
795-0649.
a Overcomers Group for
people recovering from addic-
tions to drugs, alcohol or other
out-of-control habits, 8 p.m.
Monday at the Sanctuary,
7463 Grover Cleveland Blvd.
Call Paul at 628-2874.
5 Dunnellon Life Recovery
group for adults where addic-
tion, compulsion and co-depen-
dency issues are dealt with, at
7 p.m. Monday at Rainbow
Springs Village Church, 20222
S.W. 102nd St. Road, Dunnel-
lon. Call Char at (352) 465-
1644 or Nancy at (352)
794-0017.
5 Al-Anon groups meet reg-
ularly in Citrus County. Call
(352) 697-0497.
Inverness AFG: 8 p.m.
Monday, Our Lady of Fatima
Catholic Church, 550 S. U.S.
41.
Crystal River AFG: 8 p.m.
Tuesday, St. Benedict
Catholic Church, 455 S. Sun-
coast Blvd.
Last Resort AFG: 11:30
a.m. Wednesday, First United
Methodist Church, 3896 S.
Pleasant Grove Road, inver-
ness.
Lecanto AFG: 8 p.m,
Thursday, Unity Church of Cit-
rus County, 2628 Woodview
Lane, Lecanto.
Courage AFG: 8 p.m.
Thursday, First United
Methodist Church, 8831 W.
Bradshaw St., Homosassa.
Open meeting. Call Victoria at
503-3961. .
Crystal River AFG: 11:30
a.m. Thursday at YANA Club,
147 Seventh St. (off Citrus Av-
enue), Crystal River.
Awareness Lunch Bunch


AFG: 12:30 p.m. Friday, St.
Margaret Episcopal Church,
114 N. Osceola Ave., Inver-
ness.
Beginners Al-Anon: 10
a.m. Saturday at Yana Club,
147 Seventh St. (off Citrus Av-
enue), Crystal River,
a Alcoholics Anonymous:
if you drink, and want to stop,
call Alcoholics Anonymous Na-
ture Coast Intergroup at 621-
0599. Web site:
www.ncintergroup.com. .
5 AC Group, 7 p.m. Tues-,
days at Church Without Walls;
3962 N. Roscoe Road, Hen-
nando. Call Laverne at 637-
4563. Web site:
www.alcoholicsforchrist.com.
a Narcotics Anonymous:
Easy Does It, 8 p.rri. Mon-
day arid Saturday, Lions Den,
U.S. 41, Floral City.
It Works How and Why, 7
p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and
Saturday and noon Sunday,
YANAClub, 147 N.W. Seventh
St., Crystal River.
Focus on Recovery, 8 p.m.
Thursday, First Christian
Church, Grover Cleveland
Boulevard, Homosassa.
Recovery on the River, 8
p.m. Monday and Friday,
Lecanto Church of Christ, Statel
Road 44 and County Road 491
Lecanto; 8 p.m. Sunday 797 S.
Rowe Terrace, Lecanto, east of
County Road 491 and State
Road 44.
Narcotics Anonymous is not
affiliated with any of the meet-
ing facilities listed. Information
line: 382-0851.
a Narconon provides an-
swers to drug addiction, pro-
vides free assessments,
evaluation and referral services
to internationally recognized al-
temative and traditional treat-
ment facilities. When continuing
relapse is occurring, call (800)
468-6933 or visit www.stopad
diction.com.


S ort GROUPS
maine at 422-3234. two free weekly women's do-
a Independent Living mestic abuse support groups:
Skills, Peer Support and Lit- 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday.
eracy workshops, 9 to 11:45 10:30 a.m. to noon
a.m. Monday at the Center for Wednesdays.
Independent Living of North Child care available.
Central Florida, 3774 W. Gulf- Call CASA at 344-8111.
to-Lake Highway, Lecanto. Call a Celebrate Recovery, 7
Cathy Jackson at 527-8399. p.m. Wednesday and Fridays
H Overeaters Anonymous: at the Christian Recovery Fel-
Call 746-7749 or 341-0777. lowship Church, 2242 W. State
3 p.m. Monday at the Road 44. Call 726-2800.
senior center (VA building) on a CEA-HOW, for people who
County Road 491, Lecanto. have an eating disorder, at
Call Delores, 746-5019. noon Wednesdays at the First
3 p.m. Tuesday at Lakes Presbyterian Church, 206
Region Library, 1511 Druid Washington Ave., Invemess.
Road, Invemess. Call Maralyn, Call Judi M. at 726-5882.
726-9112. a Reiki clinic, 7 to 9 p.m.
10:30 a.m. Wednesday at most Wednesdays at the Bev-
St. Anne's Episcopal Church erly Hills Community Center, 1
(Mary Chapel), 9870 W. Fort is- Civic Circle, Beverly Hills. Call
land Trail, Crystal River. Call Ann Thonen at 795-5116 or
Peg, (352) 447-5080. Kristi Kobler at 628-5537.
7 p.m. Wednesday at St. a Depression and Bipolar
Anne's Episcopal Church on Support Alliance of Citrtis
Fort Island Trail in Crystal River. County at 7 Will. Thursday in
1 p.m. Thursday at Our Bailey Hall, First Lutheran
Lady of Grace Parish Hall, 6 Church, 1900 State Road 44
Roosevelt Blvd, Beverly Hills. W., Inverness. Doors open at 6
Call Francisca, 746-7749. p.m. Call 503-3262. The Na-
7 p.m. Friday at Our Lady tiorial DBSAAssociation's num-
of Grace Parish Hall, 6 Roo- ber is (800) 826-3632.
sevelt Blvd., Beverly Hills. Call H Grief Support Group by
Carolyn, 341-0777. Hospice of Citrus County, 10
a Beverly Hills Community a.m. Thursday at the Christian
Church Community Support Center Church, 7961 W. Green
Group, a 12-step program, 6 Acres St. in Homosassa. Call
p.m. Tuesday in the fellowship Marylin Watley at 563-1898.
hall, 88 Civic Circle. Free. All Reservations are not-required.
are invited. Call the church at For information on hospice
746-3620 or Meg at 527-2443. services, call 527-2020 or visit
H HPH Hospice presents the Web at www.hospiceofcitr-
free grief support programs, uscounty.org.
2:30 p.m. Tuesday at Seven W Celebrate Recovery, 7 to
Rivers Regional Medical Center 9 p.m. Friday at Seven Rivers
for anyone who hasexperi- Presbyterian Church's Student
enced the sudden loss of a Ministries Building. Dinner
loved one. Registration re- available before the meeting
quired. Call (800) 486-8784. from 6 to 7 p.m. for $4 donation
a Citrus Abuse Shelter As- and a coffee house after. Call
association (CASA), 1100 Tumer SRPC at 746-6200.
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Info 352-564-8378 or


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A-1 PEST CONTROL
Is in search of
Self motivated,-sales
oriented Individuals.
Co. vehicle provided
pd, vacations &
holldajes. Pest control
saesn bilit ms
DFWP Fax resume to
352-799-2932
or mall to







BUSY BODY SHOP
In need of
AUT d TIVE
PAINTER
Only uality
Caafsman, need
appy
(352) 628-4878


YMCA of the
Suncoast
YMCA seeking
qualified Indivldual to
serve as a Site Coor-
dlnator for our youth
programs. Indlvldual
.must have com-
pleted 60 college
credit hours and
have one year of
xpeneworking
wihchildren as well
as strong communi-
cation and organi-
zational skills. Submit
applicallon/resume
to Amber Slusser, at
akglunolYMCAt
oft atCtu


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Lost bntetwevenl Hi
Mraynr, ckcrush Omer
( 2m 38p711 or
$1000 Cash 68


rescued netacm
View available pets on
our website or call
(352)79 -9550
Adoption Locations
Pet S ermarket
StDec 5th & 19th
liam to 2 p
Ivern~nespm
The Villages
Sat Dec 12th
Donations needed:
Holiday Wrapping
Paper, Bows, Tape
Blankets, Towels,
Rubber Bath Mats.
Volunteers Needed



Happy 818 Birthday

daughter of
George and Chone
McDonald
"We can see so much
promise In you. What-
ever path you choose.
we are and we will al.
ways be proud of
you."
Greetings from Mafe
and Sydne Rogers,

Capahi.
Celebr tion 180 o

the pMmad oT nBeotn
Western- Citrus HIIls
Lodge.


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Price Reduction, Incis
blp cufflstethoscope
& book CPR &


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Surgical AssiStant .


Experience q must
Emall Resume to:
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BANKRUPTCY
DIVORCES
CHILD SUPPORT
352-613-3674
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Precious Paws
Rescue, Inc.



Adoptions
Every Saturday

Crystal RIver Mall *
Saturday, Dec. 19
11am -3pm
Pet Food Drive '
* Greta's Touch
Grooming
7360 S. FlorIda Ave.
Floral City
or bring to any
adoption
Speclai
FundraIsing Event *
Lippizzan Stallion
Horse Show/ Sumter
Equestrain center,
6742 W. C.R. 476,
Bushnell. Dec 4,5, 6
Tickets Available at
the gate. For more
infoCall 352-726-4700
Rescuing pets four
paws at a time


CAT
ADOPTIONS







COme see
OUr
adorable cats afid
kittens that are
available for
adoption.
We are open
10:00 A till 4:00 P
Monday-Saturday.
Adoptathons 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
t unha on
or stop by our offices
at 1149 N Conent Ave.
Corner of 44 and
Look foC nbt.g white
building ith the bright
pow prints,


OrganizationS
5 Support group meetings
are in the CMHS Administration
Building unless indicated.
ACS Man to Man
Prostate Support and Educa-
tion Program meets at 11:30
a.m. the first Wednesday of the
month. Meetings are in the con
ference room at the Robert
Bolssoneault Oncology Institute
at 522 N. Lecanto Highway in
the Allen Ridge Medical Mall.
Spouses and caregivers are
welcome. Call 527-0106.
Bariatric Support Group
6:30 p.m. every three months,
Cypress Room. Call Claudia
Blotz at 697-0051 or Bette
Clark at 860-0383.
Breast Cancer Support
Grotap: noon the second Fri-
day, Robert Boissoneault Can-
cer Institute. Call Judy Bonad
at 527-4389.
Citrus Cancer Support:
4:30 p.m. the third Tuesday,
cafeteria meeting mom. Nov.
17: "Humor and Medicine"
Carol Poteet, R.N., facilitator.
Call Carol at 726-1551, ext.
6596 or ext. 3329.
Cancer Support: 3 p.m-
last Thursday, Cancer Treat-
ment Center. Call 746-1100.
Diabetes Support Group
11:30 a.m. the fourth Wednes-
day, Cypress Room. Call Carol
McHugh at 341-6110.
5 Hospice of Citrus
County support groups. Free,
but reservations suggested.
Call Jonathan Beard at 527-
2020. Web: www.hospiceofcitr
uscounty.org. ..
Caregiver support group, 1
p.m. second and fourth Monda
monthly at the Citrus County
Community Center, 2804 W.
Marc Knighton Court, Lecanto.
Call Mary Williams at 527-2020
Newly Bereaved Work-
shop, 1 p.m. Thursday at the
Hospice of Citrus County Clini-


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11 ft. spand
excel, cond, $5. ea


MI ,E Iv

Computer salesirepalf
DIESTLER COMPUTER
New & Used systems
repalre. Visal MCard
352637-5469
HP COLOR DESK TOP
PRINTER 26.00 and
Llnkeyarouter to setup
multi computers 45,00
SCANNER MUSTEK
12TEUB Ilu n nlay,
352Z-270-3627



2 6000 W Genrrators
B & S10H exce ond.




all 2o~oa s/cks
$50. for both. 2 Ilvln
rm. tables, chrome
( 52) 3264
ART OR DRAFTING
TABLEawhietejth metal
S352-503-6505
BAMBOO DINING

good cond $75.
352-897-4154
BEDS + BEDS BEDS
e~ Sttno rad





Qu.s $19; Kng $69
Cloall 795-600 wt
Bunk Beud, soulldwod,
new mat. $2500 akn










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Patio Hearth $100
(352) 341-4008

laoke. Great ploture
545, (352)628-3358
4'x16' Landscape
kooe ait or 0

$5001 Police Impounds
for Salel Cars from
$5001for Ilstings
800366-9813x7374








~ Asley rede suede-cllke
chelse $120, oak vani $0


45, ltenw mll. Xmesiul fl
loigfl 2.73 Pln1d 6842
ArilllChristmas Tre*
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,us d sie sorewg $2





DEC R Salls, WT
table plTACes sAnta lu,


mountd oor 3 st$1.

branches. Ver nice 2


looking. $15 628-4429


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SLOT PE MACHINE,$0.
S AS LCHRWO NH.
rler with skullattaced
$25.00 MIkoew 586-7222
WaHI IA7ELEER NT-


HARLEY PARTS
heads,Jugsl,carburator call
for prlces 352-503-8605
HOMEDICS FOOT
'MASSAGERNEW
palid S8 Il 20,

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35. Phie Rid~e
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and allako pelacoe
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(7P2 519- o 8077


C'EASSIFIEDS






Dlning( Room Chairs
4/Modern, upholstered
can be used as slde
challs. $150.
Flex St**I Sofa,
w/que si1 pul out

END TABLE Ilght wood
with one drawer 15.00
352-503-6505
Full size, sold Ine
Bedroom cset 50
DInin r om eset5 90.
FUTON
faeuo aoo cd I in
KING BED FRAME
Broyhlll, Tropical Retreat
new bed frame.$200,00
5 Larkspur Dr. Sugarmlll
Woods 352/212-3392
King Size Bed
Pillow top mattress,
$300. Obo. Good
cond.(352) 1274320




LEATHER COUCH



MIRROR, CHINESE
STYLE 48X(28 wood
frome meadd. $rn 30.





PAUL'S FURNITURE
10es-Fri 9-6 Salt 9-2
H nsoc 6A28 2 06
Rattan Table
W/4 swe cha rs on
(352) 382-2449
SOFA & LOVE SEAT
Excellent cond
2 ends & a Coffee
table ,all for $300
(352) 465-0220 .
SOFA & LOVE SEAT
leather Iodcnd.

TVIneclle t co ndiion S4

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Iwin bed set
withr headboard
&1 bedding
$35. (352) 344-9026


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D $200,Mlke 586-7222
598 HUFFY 18 SPEED
GIRLS BlKE
dark blue. $50 i~ke new.
352-726-8721
KIaIIayak
ENUE', ~ sar11'your personal
Sell glass bottom boat,
/currency addle & PFD Incl.
-8159 $45. (362) 621-0392
POOL TABLE!
SCN American Herltage, all
W eand accesdo se dom
-7678362-400-206)l




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Ch mas r seatslk I w
1162 d 450 for both selling



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Washer &1 Dryer

Wh~e rrk wel. 110.
Call after 3:30.
(352) 795-9470

$1W5 EAH ORell ble,EI~ke
new, exc. cond. Can
deliver. 352-293-2700









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65 Inch Mitsubishl MDTV,
2003 rear projection,
10801, w/remote and
manual. Ni~e IX'


DAMAS ROSE flatware
in veldi p3 7
WEDEWOD AVN-




BE oxw ith o 400 5 rcods
(BO352) 344-229
60'rls COKcM CHNE

(352) 344-2269
BIENTEN INIAL
Nrs Tunen, 25 0 gi

dcoll eution In rg,
(352) 52007-44


RED STAG DEER
ANTLERS Red Stag
Antlers mounted on
Wood. Nice Antlers.
$25.00 Mike 586-7222









Black Stove


MEAT PVU P &
A/C SY I)MS




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IRON Travel size
Black & Decker clothing
Iron. $6 352-201-2065


6'x1'CARGO, UTILITY

Ende door f Year
Satle dws l,0







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10'celling, dcendito


roof vent54, spr ie
Mint) con.1,850.


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LIFTON &
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071
LECTONE
kO 0.
489-2071


Holums rnoser r r

great uses style bags
25.00 352-503-6505



Max XP 400
by Welder from Sears
works Ilke a bow flex
Uke new $100
(352) 795-0257



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Target Pistol, 6" barrell,
Competition model,
Stainless steel. 300
ampoint scpe~, $350,

fo SallCc f@m -
$5001for listings
800-366-9813x7374


25x30x9(3:12 pitch)
Roof Overhang,
2-E9xbG e
4" Concrete Slab.
$13.795. INSTALLED
30x30x9(3:12 pitch)
Roof Overhang,
2 V rT DDo
4C99n5crjST LD
35x50xl2(3:12 pitch)
Roof overhang,
V t0 lu DDars,
4" C t Si
+ Fl. Engineered Plans
+ A local FI Manuf ct
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+ Many sizes available
+ We speclallze In
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Jap3ns C eaIng
NANCY'S CLEANING
"A Touch of Clas"
Full lne of Services
(352) 464-3661


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C.J.'S Sm.Local Moves
Furniture, clean-outs'
Dump runs & Brush
726-2264 /201-1422


REX MULLIS LLC
JESSE MOORE Const.
Roofs, addltlons,
remodel, handyman
3525164-0969
rc0066915/cbc057605



BIANCHI CONCRETE
Driveways-Patios-




& CONGRETEns Slabs,
Decraiveways & teaous
Tracto wopark, rAIknda




bahs COcRErm tle &
Batops Decks, Garages
LcE4 E n T5 0 4



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model, handyman
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Fall Clean. Sod/plyg
mulch. stone.weeds
Lic/Ins (352) 287-0235



Fall Clean up & Haul-
Ing pressure wash &
handy man services.
Friendly Serylce since
1991 m
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"Mobile" RV Service
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delivered/stacked*
352-344-2696



PUMP AND WELL
All Types, Service Call
$30, Gator 586-5961
WATER PUMP SERVICE
& Repairs- all makes &
models. Anytlme,
344-2556, Richard


10%/ OFF

Roof Cleaning
Roof Coatings
Screen Enclosures
Pressure Washing
Seamless Gutters
Handyman
Decks/Patios
Painting
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ALUMINUM
STRUCTURES
5" & 6" Seamless Gutters
free Estimates, Lic &
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Citrus Hills
New A/C, new rugs,

$599 (718) 833-3767
CRYSTAL RIVER

Breath taking vlews,
wildife refuge, boat slip
&( more. Lease $1,300.
(727) 458-4964
HOMOSASSA
Best Housing Value
New & Used DW's &
Own from $179/mo +

352 628-5977



CRYSTAL RIVER

dogs(352) 726-9570
CRYSTAL RIVER
U HA d T W82D h
HOMOSASSA
All furn. Ideal for 1


Nice 2/1, wld hk. up.
fenc'd, no pets. $550*
+ sec. 352 628-0731
INVERNESS 2/2
m 32wlW -21860
SUBSIDIZED
RENTALS
off Ture ta TRd.,
Available Now.
Rent $582 monthly.
Equal Housing
Opportunity. Call
Marion 352-563-0890




HERNANDO
Wtsoc dbiI ,CoamP
cabis. (352)726-222s
















HOMOSASSA
A. Fum. Elec. cbl. H20
trash.Qulef area $200.
wkm. 352-628-7682















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$1,300. (352) 464-1320


Beverly Hills 221

Nice 2/1/1 w/fam. rm.,
$695. +sec. nopets
352-628-0731
Bvrly Hills

Eosy Terms Beaut ul
3 BD or 2 BD $675/up
Flex financing Avail
352-220-3977
cIT. HILLS/BRENTWOOD
2/2/2 New, backs to
golf course. $900/mo
516-991-5747
CITRUS SPRINGS
3/2/1, $750. mo. w/ opt
to Buy (352) 220-8893
CRYSTAL RIVER
2/2/2, Irge, fend. Iot;
1st & sec. $750./mo.
850-371-1568


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3//2 Clen $80/o .




1714 Feche 2/2,
Manuf..CHA, 2 acres,
private$600. mo.
(352)464-0548
HOMOSASSA (2)




painted new carpet
305-804-6168
3/V 2HIGHLANDtS





INVERNESS
3/2/1 Sunroom
frewecla et/pr k,



INVERNESS
Highlands 31212
or (352) 637-1142
INVERNESS
HIGHLANDS
312/2 Starting $700.
Mo. (352) 341-1142
(352) 601-2615~
INVERNESS

All Appiances '
70/o352-812-3213
LECANTO
p2r on. .d~e re, p ts


(931) 628-3516



CRYSTAL RIVER






(352) 795-0207
FLORAL CITY
Small 3/1, on water
w/dock. $550. Mo.+




CRYSTAL RIVER
$120 a wk. incLs




CITRUS SPRINGS
Model Hm 2,458 sf.
$955. 352-239-3700






GET Mr R2mi o Pln


22.w TALR 15w

Furnished $425wk

oBEInttn o~no o n
(352) 726-4744




CITRUS HILLS
Townhouse 2/2/1i.
Terra Vista Club incl.
$1,600 Mo + util.


View it or book it @

10 or 12 mi. to Plant
$225.wk
rTA JER gSag185.wk


living with parents or
legal custodians,
pregnant women and
c t I mui n .
der 18. This

k y cc y
estate which is in
violation of the law.
Our readers are hereby
informed that all
dwellings advertised
in this newspaper are
avallabiteuo an e ual
PTp complaIn of
discrimination
call HUD toll-free at
1-800-669-9777. The
toll-free telephone
number for the
hearing impaired Is
1-800-927-9275.



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(352) 622-2460


Ing, fireplace in Living
room, all appliances
Inc3u5 6-159,900




FREE
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BUY NOWI


no dogs(5272-34


3/2Son 1/2 acre, $55 .
incl. (813) 695-4037



2/1 SW In Hemando*
CHA, storage shed,
great neighborhood*
private lot, paved
streets. $26,500'
352-637-7143

New 2008 Jacobsen
Custom 28x50
3/2 country kitchen,
2 x6 constriction
30-19-22 Insulation,
18' ceramic tile'
$10,000 in upgrade
options 5buy fet only
I trade
We accept tr s.
352-621-9183


2/2 1,485sqft. All
appls., exc.cond. no
mo. fees, park Ilke
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N I , 2/2t
palnt, verticals, appls
front ch 'd
f c de r scrn 0
26-0040, 2 71
For Sale By Owner 3BR
3BA, Pool, 16x24 work-
shop, large lanal, close
to school, hosp., library,
WTI, 518 Polnsettla, Ave,
(352) 860-0878


WANTED BUYING
World War 2souvenirs
Medals, Swords, Etc
(352) 795-0936
(352) 212-8649
WANTED: DIABETIC
TEST STRIPS. W1II pay
up to $101Box Cash-
352-621-3001








2drl White Toy Poodle
$150t cea.s $0-
(rsold352) 3-27816 1

1 e male,. 2 fmals,
3 os. UTD shots, H/ ho
$0.(352) 344-260 3
(352-344-52895
CHIWEENISE PUPS
eadoale girls boytny
poresoie 35-28-05 17h il
2 edm8 uPwks. Dc m

80 (352) 220-6373


(352) 286-287
GEMAN SCHEPPUPS
AKCI Blk/Tan 3 male, 5

female lagel boned


for ea new u home, /, s
adults shoul9Id matue

MINInc SCHNAUZRS
M & F. $300/up. 2
2 onkthis to I ear.
MINI POODES2ae .
$50 352) 795-5896
PA TRROTS pu e
$350ea 14 bluefronts c

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Fut EOD 102ad e peM o
ca011ll352-489-2707or


1 atrle $5, 1ik femae
$400. 352)0-476-6393


46 Fema IunlatOure .
Meustif pick ulp o

$8 al (352) 875-317


Ca1uns &n 2 Feeder s
2os Custh. mad benhs

wl% sing boxes ea. 1
H425 m e Rf





CNVRYESTA RIVE


3/d qitLst .&

Counry smn Ns s es
Clanl (352 679-67970


Buying or Selling
REAL ESTATE,
Let Me Work For Youl
BETFY HUNT, REALTOR
ERA KEY 1 Realty. Inc.
352 586-0139
or visit my www.
keylbettyhunt.com


$239,000. LeORALeCIT
8722 E.. Moonrise Ln.
Realtfors will pay 4%
comm. at closing.
(352) 212-8219
CR WATERFRONT
"The Islands"
2/2.5 1860 SF. boat dock
granite counters, tile &
wood floors, $215,000
352-697-0915


INVERNESS
55+ Waterfont Park,
1BR. water incl., A/C
$5.500 + $270 mo. Iot
rent. unfurn., financing
avall 352-476-4964





Ne 3/2 D.. Sclyfrn'shd

screenroom,shed,
carport,quiet senior
park $15,000.00
352-726-6135














LECTANTHO
2/2, 2 drlveways. Al the
lo $9,00 ne(32)
697-33or52-79-0869






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make adeal. No ew








5500 S8. Winged Ft/Elm
Wayet. 728) 7-455-332




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2/ Wtrfrnta SW 450
2/2Watedrfrn DW $600
Agent 352-382-000 c













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unf.frn. Nwterfront
wwwlextanl ricentas



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m0(727)34-34-34145- 8


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LAERN 1 Bedrm .
(0352) 4-1025 4



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statin @/D $25/6mo
(352-465-2985


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


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BAGIN INCTU


RE/ OMS F ONE I


32/1, 2 acres, pa
weksh roprhlli N
Wlam(352) 613-3503




3 d2 ca de RoancheCB
roof flkes, &oo a/cnd ar
much moew $120k obo
352-228-1272


Plantation Realty,
inc.
(352) 795-0784
Ls VanDebo
Broker (R)/Owner
HOMOSASSA
REDUCED
MUST SELL
3-story stilt. 3/3. Next to
headdo9 d~63wfr,
ne lnoccupid
2 frpls, granite. $469K<
727-808-5229














Uve Oak
5 acre tract In
Withlacoochee Land-
Ings. Near Suwanee
River. $32,000 Obo.
(813) 592-0072







4 Cleared Lots
North Cltrus County

$139,900 obo for AII







INVE2R E IAG
pEach o .24ofa acre o r

SUARMIL W~x2(OODS
Luck of teIris bne with
77 ap92-762-0498


ear-asovery

C MHEOTTG E
B U MEOR
Ullion A. WIIson
RE/MAX REALLY ONE


NeweHo For
Street, InvemesS
$115,900.
3/2, ceramic tile*
wood laminate,
garage door opener,
dimensional shingles
fully sodllandscape
352-637-4138
ATKINSON
CONS RU ON,815NC

OWNER FINANCING
3/2/2 Pool, 1500 sf,
Wacre, well main-
talned, fenced yd, new
roof. HW floors. Valued
$127K, sell $91,700. Buy
15K7 2 39 mo.
TIME TO BUY IS NOWI
""' ** ^"" "^""


I AC BEAUTY
by Inv. Country Club
'06 MH 3/2/2 w/Mfg
Warranty &1758 UvSF



352-212-1446
2006 DW 3/2
1/2 Acre, Ilke new
$92,900.
SHomoxsassa
(352) 422-6974
Floral City 2 bed 2 bath.
SW, Relocated -
Mu IdE Sell KInv~ested
My lost your gain
completely rennovated
1 Acre w/ trees, nice
neighborhood, carport.
scrn. porch, 14x24 work
shed, w/ elec. Call Larry
(352) 302-7817
Floral City
212 DW on 3.5 + or -
acres. Withiacoochee
Forest area great for
hoe le ing. rc6d 8
(352) 634-0787
(352) 634-1290.
Hemando, Rent to own,
3BR/1-nBA
Slnglewide, remodeled,
nlce lot $2.500 down,
$400 mo (352) 726-9369

On I lre 3 dcD/ d.

$7 oke )n Ixcn9
(765) 606-7782
HOLIDAY SPECIAL
'MOVe in Befof*
Christmas!
New 3/2
On Cre

35 7 6q#12
HOMOSASSA
3/2 on 2 acres, $675.
Mo. Owner finance.
(352) 302-9217
HOMOSASSA
RENT TO OWN
3360 Arundel Terr
2/2 remodeled $600
Broker Owner, Tony

Tuobolio (2) 385- 30








Lconrte, walkways S
o pvere dhA, uek.

horses990. Across from

Pa rko land 927.45


WC352-621-9182


Lcno2BR/OS IBA SW
On priv. Vb 22-A qi


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BA/Cfu & hat, streps,
skirtngown Inew padl
52-61-12 IB /,CA


Updted, Rerg.orgeous
Boeauiu Par con L rener


$257 mo. $8,500. neg.
(352) 726-2618 or
352-400-3041


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tHe kitchen & baths.
crown holdings.
appliances, closing
cost .
HOME 52ARR8A7
(352)

2DERS









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PETERSON
Realtor, GRI
Corisidenna Sellino?
Inventory is low due
to increase in sales &
snowbirds are flying in
Pe ct t list


or353 25 23
Charlotte G Realty
& Investments LLC
BRENTWOOD GATED
COMMUNITY
2/2, Sale or Leasel
Totally renovated
ranch. AmenItles
pool andqub e.
$11 or 850 Tr
owner flnandngl
Joanna Morris,
Realtor
%n 3T213 I e.


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592-1208 TUCRN
O Banion, Joseph M.2009 CP741 NotIce to Creditors
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN AND FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF JOSEPH M. O'BANION FILE NO: 2009 CP741
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate of Joseph M. O'Banion, deceased, whose date of
death was August 27, 2007, and whose social security number Is 570-39-4408, flIe
number 2909 CP 741, Is pending in the CIrcuit Court for Citrus County, FlorIda, Pro-
bate DIvlslon, the address of which is 110 North Apopka Avenue, Inverness. FlorIda
34450. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal
represent e'of h nd c de tt bt er persons having claims or demands against
decedent s Estate whom a copy of this notice Is required to be served must flie their
claims wIth this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICAllON OF THIS NOTICE OF 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM,
All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having dolms or demands
against decent's Estate must flie their dolms with this Court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFFER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD% SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFFER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this Notice Is Dec. 1, 2009. Personal Representative
/s/ Melodle O'Banion
Attorney for Plaintiff Personal Representatf22 North Un6 Avenue, inverness, Florlda 34450
MOODY, STROPLE, KLOEPPEL & HIGGINBOTHAM, INC.
7400 Baymeadows Way, Suite 105, Jacksonville, Rorlda 32256
Telephone: 904-256-0018 Focalmlle 904-256-0019
By: /ll/ Wm. Earl HIgginbotham Bar No.: 0477222
Published two (2) times in the Citrus County Chronlcle, Dec. 1 and 8, 2009.

693-1208 TUCRN
Tlmoldl, Ellzabeth C. 2009-CP-951 Notice to Cred. (Summ, Admin.)
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 2009-CP-951
IN RE: ESTATE OF ELIZABETH C. TIMOLDI,
DECEASED, NOTICE TO CREDITORS (Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAiMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notlfled that an Order of Summary AdmlnIstration has been en-
tered in the Estate of ELIZABETH C. TIMOLDI, deceased, File Number 2009-CP-951, by
the Circult court for curus county, Florlda, Probate DIvislon, the address of which Is
110 North Apopka Avenue, Inverness, Florlda 34450; that the decedent's date of
death was MAY 24. 2009: that the total value of the estate is 31,029.93 and that the
41sTa Id th mm mTr a abEe@baeth Isuch order are:
Trust agreement dated 10-3-1996, 39 Shaw Road, Rock Tavern, NY 12575
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of the decedent and persons having claims or demands
against the estate of the decedent other than those for whom provision for full pay-
ment was made in the Order of Summary Administratlon must file thelf claims wlth
thls court WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
A CL MO .ND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER APPLICABLE TIMS PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED 1WO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first pubilcatlon of thls Notice is Dec. 1, 2009.
Person Glving Notice:
is/ Ano n r
Attorney for Person Glvin Notlce
BRADSHAW & MOUNTJO PA. /s/ Michael Mountjoy, Esq. Florlda Bar No.: 157310
209 Cotirthouse Square, Inverness, FL 34450 Telephone: (352) 726-1211
PublIshed two (2) times In the Cltrus County Chronlde, Dec. 1 and 8, 2009.

594-1208 TUCRN
Bernler, Nelson J. 2009-CPP 63CN edo Cred. (Summ. Admln.)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORID P 2TE IV Sl9
IN RE:DESTAFE F ELIZABETH C.TIMOLDI,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS (Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notlfled that an Order of Summary AdmlnIstration has been en-
tered in the Estate of Nelson J. Bernler, deceased, FIle Number 2009-CP-963, by the
CircuIt Court for CItrus County, Florlda, Probate DIvlslon, the address of which is 110
North Apopka Avenue, inverness, Florida 34450; that the decedent's date of death
was JLily 24, 2009: that the total value of the estate Is $53,515.00 and that the names
and address of those to whom it has been assIgned by such order are:
Belly Bemier Darlene Annunzlato Kevin Bemier Earlene DeYoung
5388 E. Arbor St. 16 Sable Way 90 Laura Lane 33-1/2 East Street
Inverness. FL 34452 Mendon, MA 01756 WhItinsville, MA01588 Whitlnsyllle. MA 01588
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of the decedent and persons having claims or demands
against the estate of the decedent other than those for whom provision for full pay-
ment was made in the Order of Summary AdministratIon must file their claims with
tht9 court WITHIN THE 11ME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBAfE CODE.
s ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILl. BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD, ANY CLAIM RLED IWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publIcation of this Notice is Dec. 1, 2009.

5388 E. Arbor StreP nV ss F
VAWr PeMrs N vOng tic3e Mlchael MountJoy. Esq. Florida Bar No.: 157310
209 Courthouse Square, invemess, FL 34450 Telephone: (352) 726-1211
Published two (2) times In the Cltrus County Chronlcle.Dec. I and 8, 2009.

595-1208 TUCRN
Bonner, Morgaret M. 09 CP 957 Notice to Cad.
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBAfE DIVISION
File No.: o9 cP957 Division: Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF MARGARET M. BONNER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of MARGARET M. BONNER, deceased whose date
of death was August 29, 2009, Is pending in the Clrcuit Coult for Citrus County, Flor-
Ida, Probate Divislon, the address of which is 110 North Apopka Avenue. Invemess.
Florlda 34450. The names and address of the personal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice Is required to be served must file
their claimswlth this coult WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST
I NCOA ENO TH NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
All other creditors of the decedent and other persons havIng claims or demands
against decedent's estate must flle theIr claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DAfE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE. ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
SaOeROMf sRE AFTEcRd En (DEN 'S DATEeO'1 2A IS BARR onal Representatlve:
/s/ LInda B. Meahi
309 South Canaday Drive, Invemess. Rorida 34450
Attorney for Personal Representatlve:
/s/ Thomas E. Slaymaker, Esq., FlorIda Bar No. 398535 Attorney for Linda B. Mechl
Sloymaker & Nelson, P.A. 2218 Highway 44 West, inverness, FlorIda 34453
Telephone: (352)726-6129 Fax: (352) 726-0223
Published two (2) times in the citrus County Chronlcle. Dec. 1 and 8, 2009.


'04 GC Jeep &
`05 Prowler T/T 2'
exc. cond 19,500
(352) 382-2444
PALOMINO



(352) 795-4454

& calling fans. Lots of
cabinets. $29,000,
(812) 686-2882

'06, e ,Oi pD Pp up
very good cond
Call (352) 726-0415
for more info.
TOWING GEAR
bar, 1 chassis tow
mount $200
(352) 726-9587

1 ,

SMITTY'S AUTO




We havle. SILal ad
SERVICE NES



Vehicles, edo lv,
Dale'sAt Parts
*l Runnn for Not* .
CAHPI $5 P


HONDA
20 y sEX
low miles one owner
17988 or 299mo
1866-838-4376
JEEP
2008 Compass 8k orlg
mlies one owner
14988 or 259mo
1866-838-4376
GMC
2006 SIerra 2500 SLT
crew cab 4x4 22k mi-
les call for deall
1866-838-4376
HONDA
2003 Accord EXL
leather sunroof
67k miles 11988 or
229mo 1866-838-4376
HONDA
2001, Accord EXL
mlnt condition 6,988
1866-838-4376


_ _


I


O'LASSIIEDS









TOYOTA


RAV4 05, Ilke new
25k mi. 32 mpg $14.500
firm, canll0am-7pm
(352) 860-1355


208cond, snof $4k obo

2005 Yuone SLT


17988 or 299mo.
1866-836-4376



LEXUS
2006, RX330 Luxe
SUV. Low Miles, Clean
Only $17,995
1-800-733-9138

MITSUBISHI
low mil dn o er





on wnr1988 or 19m
22mo866-838-4376


$5001 Plibce Nimpuns
fo Sleal cas from
1800-366-9813x77


liner awndcpwter needs










fuel pump $ 2,300
352-502-7-254


DODGE

fl@,culse Knworlod
cords, 246K ml, re
$6.725, (352) 634290 26


HONDA
06' Shadow Aero,
8,300k. mi. Custom solo
seat, lots of chrome,
saddle bags, $4,500
Firm, (352) 419-5777


Lucky U Cycles
352-330-0047

WwwJuckvucycle
jktS[II

d gd
backrest & wind-
shleld, fuel In) $8K..
re %Ude
wanted Inner farrin
3K mi $13,995,00 0
07 H-D 1200C
10 ml., fuel I ected
10 of chrom $6200
Finance Av iable
0 mis aan
0 e al v ar

g ota rsd


HONDA
Shadow Aero 07*

64M miw/s bk dkgey


HONDA .
Shadow Arrow 06,
garage kept, not in rain,
floorboard $6200 obo
(347)223-7269 aft 3:30


KAWASAKI
2006G ONOURSE


(352) 302-7073
SUZUKI
2006, 600 cc. Must see,
3,293 ml. Exc. Cond.,
Reduced $4,500
(352) 560-3248


Vlae(352) 228-0357


21' 150 hp




STRICKER


09 Model PT175,
Factory warranty Bass
SBoat, reduced price
$10,900, 352-560-7168























WELLCRAFT
1987, 250 Sportsman,
25', Gas eng., 30" draft,
260 hp 1/O,alum,
trailer. $6,500
(352) 344-9651


S1954 CHRYSLER


$5001 Police Impounds
for Salel cars from
$5001for Ilstlngs
800-366-9813x7374
'56 FORD
M st e~eD Ru~stom lne 4
do ed~a 668c 503 .







'55, 2 dr. wagon, frame
offlrestoration. $25,900
or Obo.(727) 946-3794
CHEVY
'89 Classic C10 SHT BD
350/350 AC, PS, PB
$12,500/obo or trade.
(352) 746-9212
CHEVY
'81 El Camino Black
new motor, tires & '
Interior. $15K Invested
$.10K/ obo. May take
trade. 352-628-7077
CORVETTE
'79 Showor 58,700K
ml. Wh to w/red Int '
Glass T to s350 ng
$9,800. (352) 634-2036
GTO
1967, The real deal, older
restoration, just out of
storage $25K or trade
S(3 2) 621-0666
MERCURY
71' co garconv.135)1
aNic or $9 500
(352)c ,S-953




OLDS 98
'79 -350 engine all
power. Runs good.
Restoter's dream.$2000 '
352-746-7461
OLDS 98
'79 350 engine, aill
power.Runs good.
Restorer's drearm.S2000
362-746-7461







TC0 nlby aseraLtI
letuerbo, conv. hardto'
29K ml., I ow, excel




$5001, P aole Impuns
$501or lsn No 2,9
18007366-9813x 4

25004 LTa libazer, LT
lead.the hone wont
lastr 9988 o19mo $60
868382-4376 1

















2079, Tiraho fLT sz



owner 100K mi $64800
(352) 697-92343


FORD
2007, Freestar GT
Package, 1 Owner
Good MPG $11,988
1-800-733-9138


ALFA 5th WHEEL
'92, 30' $6,500 Move
to yur lot or RV park
($2 5/mo Incls sewer,
water, TV. Elec xtra
'352-436-4120
FLAGSTAFF
96' 25', Exc. cond.,
quee )ed $4800 '












'0,5th Wheel s ie
Mot aal lor Home t
(352) 302-0778

053 slide-ou Lielnetic
hltchve 2 B. 8 bed& 3/4
bitued, sabars/hitch,
$9500iveo exra calen
352-584-2491


ATV YAMAHA 05




.HONDA
&l0k coeadt, $,20
Obo.(352) 464-4563













HALYDAVIDSON

Chmp. Ldedwxtras $8 cl
$10,500. (352) 5083-685


C12 TUESDAY, I)ECEMBER 8, 2009


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICI


ACURA


2007 Ty SX Certfledl
fe Warr.I Peal LWh M
NLoew Mles $22,995
1-800-733-9138



BUICK
`01 LeSabre Uimited,
leather, bronze new
tires, 24mpg city70K ml
great car $7500
(727) 455-6432

2004, Lesabre custom
low mi 1 owner
6990 or 159mo
1866-838-4376
















CADILLCavle LMO
ble, Blkow &4 chrom

'bCory.Rier $6,700.
7327-207-1619


$395 d8 nti 98




186-800-4570650
CHEVOETT
'06 H, 4 DR, L
Loaded, eclowm. condl-
fln 770 need toy se I 0
Mie(352) 341-3613










'04 Chavaler, lautor AC
A Powester, ing/raes
runs great.7 K. Mi.
$85.(352) 302-92127

'06 Cobat LrS, atoAC
50de 8K.m.go tires &
bakoes)owner,$675. o
(3an8295.2) 32-9217


r. w6Enindow 54k o
fiml3-866-38437 o

'06.0 AoHd PS, vertl-
bleautot, 39K ml.e,
New50 fires $1500 frm
(352) 689-45201 at

2004 Sering onvert- .


lbn co~nditk g ml98e
1866-838-4376



30k mpge hwy.8 $2,40


2007, Aconvrtible
Ncre tetonly 5100 mi.


powe r cnertabe, toP. r
6 spl. auto, padl hifte
notice 55suspensions

op0 Styo vilbe are on
thkisd g9orlgou vete
at owne 0 net,



ies hnclude. Your's
fora conI. Oi, $43e,00
fO 352- 0319.3 5



'OS4 Chrger, leatherIn.

Iuro Ko ml $24,1000.

'99,y Conlfour SE 4 r.
Lodd86K mi., AC.


MERCURY







97' Satble, Col al, runs m
tlu, lots of wars


Excu ,erntaCn x ta n
$10,500 (352)628-0281
NISSAN
2005, Maxlma Nice
Ride. Clealn. One
Owner $15,995
1-800-733-9138


$5001 Police Impounds


800-36-98), 03x7374


dinh Cailceg
wa hltel nw a twl-
(352)7460-5856





BASS MASTER -
Cusic 164 SV, 13H Lack-



$8,000 obo
(352) 573-0325
BOSTON WHALER
'04 Sport 130, 40 HP.
Mercury, trailer. Fresh
water use. low hours,
garaged. $7,000/obo
(352) 527-3965
BOSTON WHALER
17ft., Montak, CC,
rails, wood,
(3)5 20 1-76
CAROLINA SKIFF
16 FT w/2006 25HP
4-stroke Yarriaha,
bm n, tr 1llngm t r
CRYSTAL RIVER 665


$50 I Iice Impounds


S'98 ENDEAVOR
38 Ft. W/ Slide. 39 K Mi.
Must Sell $30,000 Obo.
352-637-5149 or
352-586-3090



43years ol

Maritime Ministries
(352) 795-9621
Tax Deductible *
Dodge
Ram 97 2500Jayco
86k. mi. 1 eT61 ro
tow,Exc. cond.+ more
$10k (352) 419-5122
352-341-2296
Dod e
Ram, 97 2 dJayco
86k, ml. 1 owner, roof
a/c, new tires, hitch
tow,Exc. cond.+ more
$10k (352) 419-5122
352-341-2296
FIFTH WHEEL
'05 Keystone Sprin
dale, 28', Lg. slide a t.
duct alr. REDUCEDI
$13,750 Ex. cond.
(352) 637-2735



Hofteliney wlmbord -5

02 Admiral Motor Home
36' 2 slides, 340hp, gas
eng. all options.
Transferable ext. warr.
$41,900 352 795-3970







2005 29ft incd luded
crao y, Kelt ., c
(3e.52) 465-238


4 inc sep.W ID ded nd
alc min belldroom
352-2794-308

lowkr mi lade w/up
grades, hielt fores
sl.(352) 572-6788



3 tvs $92,50 oewbo es
$,0 352-3026-0743


. 5001 Police Impounds








for, salel Cars fom V

fulely loaed, Sto & Go




54K m, Muystsell ex*

2006r Corvn 32k m
Sowne I c 10988or
199mo 1866-838-4376


good cod.re $200).Ob.
orgcall fter 5:00.




$9,50. 352. 302-895 go
'97 Wndstar,00 GLXVan

$295,352-382-4541


pay $$$ for clean
used boat .
(352) 527-0555











wwwtboatsume eener. ss
new oodfo, I


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EXAMPLE: ou Sroe
15h. SP: $3,175h.00
INSTAN REBATE $400.
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Robert C.S. McKay2009-CP-812Notice to Cred.
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
is e
IN RE: ESTATE OF ROBERT C.S. McKAY,
Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of ROBERT C.S. McKAY,, deceased, whose date
of death was May 22, 2009, Is pending in the Circult Court for Citrus county. Florldo,
Probtite DivisIon, Case No.: 2009-CP-812, the address of whIch is 110 N. Apopka Ave-
nue, inverness. Floida 34450. The names and addresses of the personal representa-
tive and the personal representative's attomey are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons havIng claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is requIred to be served
must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE 1.AFER OF 3 MONTHS AFFER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DAfE OF SERVICE OF A
COPYAt r rs f decedent and other persons having calms or demands
agaInst decedent s estate must file their claims wlth this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAiMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publlcotion of this notice Is 12/8/2009.
Personal Representative:
/s/ PATTIES ANN RUSSO
14 Hayestown Helghts
Donbury, Connecticut 06811
Attorney for Personal Representative:
/s/ STEVEN H.L. BOWMAN ESQ. Florida Bar No.434396
611 U.S. Highway 41 South. Invemess, Florldo 34450
Telephone: (352) 726-3800 Fax: (352) 726-2220
Published two (2) times in the Citrus county Chronicle, Dec 8 ond 15, 2009.

















A wekl aderisn supemn of the Citrus Cont Chronicle


In April 2004 I was lucky enough to secure an Inter.
view for the Ad DIreclar position at the Chronicle. One of
the unIque things about that Interview was the fact, that.
In addition to the Pubilsher (Mr. Mulligan) and other d
apartment leaders I was also interviewed by some mem-
B no gave nga etsot at ft met
began to mentally review the day and for some reason
Brian stood out. Now after five and half years of work.
ing with him as we say goodbye to Brian, l finally figured
out the very simple reason why he made an impression
on me.
BdeTand son a a hen7youMa oa I s
the people we meet in life In one of two categories. You
are either a "good "guy or you are not Brian Is.
in June 2004 when I moved to town Brian had be-
come a bicycle fanatic. Lance Armstrong had just won
another Tour de France and Brian fancied himself as a
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set for himself on the course he had measured. Now I
use to ride a bR and he invited me to ride with him one
Saturday momlng. I made one mistake. I had a bell on
my bike to alert the many walkers I use to meet when I
was riding. Since my rides were usually on paved roads
the bell did not ring as I traveled on my way. For some
reason Brian decided that we would go off road that
coming and the sound of the bell ruined the quiet
serenity of the forest as we made our way along the
rough pathway. He never let me forget it nor did he ever
invite me to ride again.
Brian and I are almost the same age and we have
both enjoyed long and interesting careers. We both
came to the newspaper business late in Ire and we both
found we had a passion for it. We have had our battles
and many were over this very Wheels section you are
reading today as we salute Brian and what he has
meant to the Chronicle. Most weeks we fought about
how many pages Wheels could be, depending of course
on how many ads the sold. Most weeks he won.
Brain has had to deal with a number of personal
t o7dr ea oo o e f m,
spair. His strength and actions during these times were
and are an example for all of us. He is an amazing per-
son with a wonderful attitude about life. I only hope that
he will once again invite me to bike with him and Brian,
I promise to leave my bell at home. I will miss Brian Bls.
son. He is a "good"guy.


Journey Comes

Full Circle
BY KIM COMMON
CHRONICLE GRAPHIC ARTIST
Brian Bisson backed out of the garage and powered
into the fast lane of the sales force here at the Citrus
County Chronicle 10 years ago.
From the start, we ran wide open as he and I worked
together developing advertising and marketing pieces
for the local automotive dealers in this area.
As times changed, so dld my role at the Chronicle
. and I shifted gears to other design areas while Brian re-
mained the single constant in the sales department, al-
metgpmieon".""tiodhsfonh stheman e"2
ory Lane".
Earlier this year I had the opportunity to shift back in
time and work once again with Brian and his automo-
tive clients.
itseems almost fitting to me now to have joumeyed
full arcle wth Brian.
theFd g ongdsbecaj e Ir rhdaesaae aapd
eloped this very publication.
After today, he'll be venturing down a new road, the
road to retirement.
Knowing Brian as well as I do, I high doubt he'll be
driving this new nde from the back seat. In fact, I would
vehNel h tamany it o sre
Or perhaps he'll purchase the classic Amphlcar (you
know, the car that drives on land and then in water) to
get him to and from bls destinations. . .
Whatever his joumey may be, and however he gets
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CHRONICLE ADVERTISING DIRECTOR .


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"Maybe you've even seen one of the local
car clubs set up for their weekend shows at a
local spot Well, wthope to bring those vehi-
cles and some of those memories to you up
close, each week, so you to can take a trip
down Memorybe."
So, Memorylane was born and has in-
cluded approximately 100 stories that in-
cluded topics
from a '31 Ford
Model A to a
2004 Chevy
SSR truck.
At this point
I want to thank
you the owners
of each and 1931 Ford Model A
every classic, Cabriolet owned by
vintage or an- Jerry DeTomast pub-
tique vehicle IIshed 7/29/08.
who played a
major part in the creation of each and every
column.
While I can't take the time to mention you
all but I know who you are and where you
live. The success of Memory Lane was truly
the result ofyou the owner's sharing jrour pre-


cious memories for our readers to read in,
Memory Lane.
However, I'm going to stick my neck out
and mention a few favorites, both from a
reader's standpoint and mine.
Themostunusualwas a l970 ChevyNova
Rally sport. Better Imow today as "Novait"
The complete metal fabrication project ended
up with the '70Novaresembling a'57 Chevy.
Also worth mentioning was a '45 Ford GPW
Military Jeep and a '39 Dodge Flat Bed Truck
with the engine motmted just behind the cab of
the truck.
The oldest was avery sweet '31 Ford Model
. A. I loved the view from the nunble seat look-
ing through the back window and out the wind-
shield. That has to bring back memories.
For those who like original, it's tough to
beat a true '62 or '63 Chevy 409 unless your
matched up against a true '64 GTO 389 (of
.course with trips).
For those who remember the song "Little
Deuce Coupe", we had two of the finest '32
Ford Deuce Coupes along with two '32 Road-
sters cruise on down our Memory Lane. Also
there were a number of mid fifty and early
sixty Fords that will make you stop and look
with amazement.
A '60 Plymouth stands out as a crowd
pleaser. Oh yes, I must mention the very red
'70 Plymouth Sport Satellite too.
I could go on and on, but the two that stood
out the most, in my opinion, were the '63 Split
window Corvette and the '65 Ford Cobm. Ifl
had to choose between the two-well all Ican
say is "I'm a Ford man."


The Wheels section ofthe Chronicle made
its debut the first week of June 2006 after ap-
proximatbly four years trying to convince the
powers thatbe itwouldprovide added~value
for our readers and advertisers.
Since our first edition of Wheels, it h"
been our intention to provide our readers with
a variety of topics ranging from various types
of automotive, RV, motorcycle, motor sports
and much more. For the most part I think we
hit the target. I think we even hit the bulls-eye
once in awhile.
Much of the credit must be given to the
support staff..Without mentioning names, you
all Imow who you are, thank you all for your
help and support.
During one of our Wheels team meetings
we were talking about the content of the pub-
lication and how we wanted to keep it as di-
verse as possible. It was very important to me
to try to have something of interest for all of
are readers. Someone suggested I write a col-
umn about classic cars.
Trembling I replied, "I am not a writer. I'm
from New England. I spell phonetically (fa-
natically). I even speak in broken sentences.
How do you expect me to write a column?"
As a team they were quick to reply, "Oh you
can do it. Besides we will help." Once again I
trusted their judgment, and the rest is history.
Att introductory column for Memory Lane
was published September 4, 2007. Here are a
couple of paragraphs from that column. "Cit-
rus County is home to hundreds of classic and
vintage vehicles. You have probably noticed
them iix your travels around the county.


TOP ROW L-R: 1965 Cobra 427 SIC, repIlca by Unique Motorcars owned by John Heindel. The attention to detail, and the authenticity of John's 427 Cobra is a
testimony to the quality of workmanship of this very nice'65 Cobra. Beauty Is truly more than skIn deep. Two-patt story published 516108 and 1/20109.1962 Chevy
4-speed, dual-quad, positraction 409 owned by Steve Depletro published 7lil09.1970 Chevy Nova owned by Jeff Nigels Published 8119108.1932 Ford Deuce Coupe
owned by Robert Reichelt story published 11/13107. BOTTOM ROW, L-R:1963 "Spilt Window" Corvette owned by Jeff and Nancy Sloan published 4/22108. Their
Corvette has been awarded the three most coveted awards by the National Corvette Restorers SocIety. Those awards are: Top Right, Performance Verification
and the most prestigIous award for the restoration and preservation of a 1953-1973 Corvette The Duntov Award. Them are less than 800 Corvettes to reach
such a level of excellence.1932 Roadster owned by Craig Fuller. Story published 10127109.1964 PontIac Lemans GTO Convertible owned by Charles and LInda
Crenshaw published 11/24100.1960 Plymouth owned by Mac McReynolds published 2/12108



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BY GERRY MULLIGAN
CHRONICLE PUBLISHER
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Often see the wheelS
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(UTHkg in his head.
So it's only appropriate that the
product he helped give birth to at
the Chronicle came to be known as
Wheels.
Brian, the veteran Chronicle sales-
man and man about town, is getting
ready for retirement and a permanent


before Brian got to the final point.
The leaders tried extra coffee.
They tried scheduling the meetings in
the morning. They tried scheduled
stand up meetings. But each time
Brian went into his long winded ex-
planation, all of the leaders would fall
mileep and forge( what the heck he
was talking about.
Finally, advertising director John
Provost suggested that Brian explain
his idea while the leader team group
walked around the outside of the
building. It was raining at the time
and no one could fall asleep.
When Brian finally got to the end
of his idea and the leaders stayed


spot on a cruise boat sailing to ports
in the south.
But the before he leaves, the truth
must be told about his creation of the
Chronicle's weekly automobile sec-
tion. For two years Brian consistently
recommended to the thunder heads
on the leadership team that some
type of weekly automobile section be
created. Everyone who talks with
Brian knows that when he tells a
story it is always a very long story.
He likes to get all the details in,
The problem was that Brian's ex-
planation of what he envisioned took
so long to explain that all of the lead-
ers at the meetings would fall asleep


awake they unanimously agreed it
was a great idea.
The result was Wheels. And
Brian became the driving force be-
hind the weekly edition and it has
created a zillion dollars in new rev-
enue for the newspaper. In the mean-
time, Brian also became a famous
columnist who drives around each
week in old cars.
While Brian goes off into retire-
ment the Wheels section will con-
tinue to be published. And it will
always be known as the "The section
that Brian built."
And we hope the section will stand
up to the test oftimelike a 1953 Chevy.


More than just I

a salesperson

BY JEWEL LAMB
VICE PRESIDENT CRYSTAl. MOTOR CAR COMPANY .
I have had the privilege of working with Brian for over
10 years.
I received first hand knowledge of the newspaper
business while he in retumed received inside informa-
tion on the automotive industry.. I am not sure who
should have been receiving an invoice.
Brian's number one goal was to always help us sell
more cars. We came up with many ideas throughout
the years. Some were down right crazy.
But there was one that I will never forget. It was
going to be his baby and he was to call it the Wheels
section. It was to run on Tuesday of every week.
I thought I had misunderstood what he had said He
was asking me to run an ad on Tuesday. Was he crazy?
Bsee hl oa veihhiseyesIknew
d Id o8dboee7f dn w oa s a couple of
I was wrong and he was right. He loved to hear me
say that Through these years, Brian has become a
good friend.
man a ,aobs s I v ah
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If you should get tried of the rocking chair, I could al- :
ways use another great salesperson.


have made it one of our most popular sections.


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Congratulations Mr.. Wheels!


The only thing I can say is till..


SUCCOSS Of Our newspaper You have done a hdabte esae ae e rmayhr.,


anything to me is... he is a world class human belng.
I wish him well. He certainly deserves it.
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Thursday at Burger King parking lotcomer
of U.S. 41 and 5.R. 44 East. Call directors
Rachel, JR Harris at 726-6128 or Ken and
Jackie Smith at (352) 476-7151.
F RI DAY
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the Wendy's on U.S.19in Homosassa across from the
wildlife park.Bring your car and enjoy a fun evening.
CaII 80b at 860-2598.
5TheWanderersClub meetsfrom6to9p.m.Fridays
at the parking lot of the Beall's Department Store on
StateRoad44Westoflnvemess.Bringyouroldcarand
have fun with other car enthusiasts.Call Frank at 212-
2966 or visit wandererscarclubofinvemessfl.com.
SATURDAY
5 Free Wheelin' Sertoma Club motorcycle club
meets at 9 a.m.Saturdays"on the road." Call Rainer
Jakob at 726-7903 for destinations.
5 Nature Coast Retreads meets at 8 a.rn.Satur-
days at Harrington's Restaurant,4135 S.Suncoast
Blvd., Homosassa. A ride follows. All styles of mo-
torcycles are welcome.Call Jacque at 637-4693 or
Dave at 628-2401.
5 Citrus County Cruisers car club invites you to Its
cruise-in from 6 to 9 p.m.Saturday at Kings Bay Plaza
(next to Wendy's) in Crystal River.Canned goods are
collected for local charities. Call Jim Moran at 527-
0024 or Lester Barnes 628-7021.


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fourth Thursday of a month at McDonald's in
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CitfuS COunty
Speed way to host
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Former racer died of an apparent heart attack
CitrusCountySpeedwaywillhosttheinauguralEddie
Brann Memorial Race on SaturdayDecember 19.Prac-
tice will be held Friday, Dec.18. In addition to the 75 1.ap
Open Wheel Modif iedsthere will be50-lap specials for the
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PAHAMA OUTBOARD
150/175/200 1985-2003
Remanufactured
Gearcase Lower Unit pur-
chased July 2008 for
$1,900 used 20 min. will
sell for $1,200.00 Louis
352-613-0860 Inverness

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BASS MASTER
1989 Toumament Clas-
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$3,900 (352) 341-5911





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1996, 15', 500cubic
inch, Cadillac engine
completely rebuilt
(352) 560-3019
BAY LINER
Cruiser24 ft., Loaded,
Gra Condition
(352) 573-0325
BOSTON WHALER
1als 7 ft3 207CC

CAROLINA SKlFF

$3900. 352-6 8-6657
'65,H E BO aha
outboard, fiberglass,
new wood floors. Ig
upper deck. $12,800.
(352) 634-4793
PAM BEACH
16' PONTOON 25hp
Mercury w/traller
used 30 his $7500
(352) 341-5261
POLARKRAFT
05' 16' alum, boat &
trailer, 50HP. Yam. 20
hrs. run tilme. Garaged,
$8,200.(352) 897-4274
PONTOON
'04, 22ft. Crest, 60HP,
Yomaha 4 strk. VHF
GPS, bimini, mourning
cover, bottom polnt
$8,200 (352) 628-6667
PONTOON BOAT



PROLINE
Svlnrud."Rt cab,
goo sp almr tr l






298 350-20hp B


Mstrokel 225, 00 hrs. ul




3ae 8' Ft. WSlide. 39 KMi
Must Sell $30,00 Obo.


(352) 637-2735


MONOCO
'01, 40' diesel, 2 slides,
low mi. loaded w/up
grades, health forces
sale. (352) 726-6788
(239) 691-3990


ALFA 5th WHEEL



Moyu ot or HomV pa

00' 27,' rod fleread,
420(352) 362-6622

Sup ver dty d eslda.
$28000or win seate
(352) 46(@54 8


$6,500, (352-465-287 62
RIVER CANYO WHE














05'es 34' p W/ lldes, firep
crabnts.a $29,000.
(812) 686-2882


for0 rore Infg,
6-3-47


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2006 HHR, Dr. LS,
Loaed excel ondl T4



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2004Sern CoaE er LS
pw indow 354k org mi
mi.n 59s-~88or19o
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'06, Cowssfr Convertfl-
bres, autoe 39K mls.
ew, tire $15,900 frm
(352) 897-420


CORVETE
2007 conveurtil S
corvettdl 5100 m l-. A
leso eon tiraeng silvron
slver n sliver. vette, 3
600 spautord, paddl shf,
heads uptr deispla,ma"

nav igaion stem, ll
eeto i mon eof,
for only, $43,500. ob
(352- 270-31393


FORD







XLT, '97 F-15 4x4, Exc.
cond.70K me. Con .
ne egie.500 0 ob
(352) 302-30485






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2006 Sorra25 00 LT
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CHEVORLET 1994 1500




liner and cap ie eds
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FORD .
9'3 F-350, 7.3g D Vse et




01l Town & 5 Conry x.
89,000. (352) 372-1300


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'61, Apd. ache frm
'h retorain. picku, shr
wh1eel base te ide, Bl
V8. auto. N iew 10 a8
& teiore godu cveed.520.
(rd.352) 228-1325


'557, 2h dea gTa, frame
restoration. $25,00 o f
sor Ob 25o.(77)94-394

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79Show car, v.58,00.
mNi. he w/red Int.
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restorion, jus out of e
storag $25K r tade
(al352) 621-40666







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Nbe cr, $19,9500
(352) 734-9153

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HONDA



HONDA

Nice Ist Car $10.995
1-800-733-9138


1 owner 17988
1866-838-4376




KIA
07' Spectra 5 SX.
Less than 10K. mi.in
great cond. Orig. owner,
$9,200. 352.382.3056
LEXUS
2004, RX330 leathey
sunroof low ml. better
hurry call for deall
1866-838-4376
MERCURY
2006 Milan
leather, sunroof,
8990or 189mo
1866-838-4376 -
NISSAN
2005, Maxima Nice
Ride, Clean. One
Owner $15 995
1-800-733-9138


nicely equ pped
1198 6 8- m6

:SCION
2009 TIC coupe low
miles 15988 or 279mo
1866-838-4376

086ts dar gey, 4dr
controls, Exc. cond.
$12,500. (352)860-1567
TOYOTA
s97, Fur RuninerK 89
w/ mnrf & tow pkg.
$4500 obo 615-9034
RAV 0 Ik new
25k ml. 32 mpg $14,590
firm, call 10am-7pm
(352) 860-1355




352-228-0597


ATV YAMAHA 05






uprad90 ies. N eve ae
Trade? $37010. Clystra
Rvr 27-207- 1619

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1,30k. MI. Windo shild,
chrom, lone owncoer,
Wardl bo/6 2 9500.
HO 0m 80
Condc. $7150 ow/extas

6400 i w/s, bl kg

HONDA TRK
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Reduced $4,500
(352) 560-3248


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2004, Lesabre custom
low mi 1 owner
6990 or 159mo
1866-838-4376
LEXUS
2004, RX330 leather
su o wm beTtter

GMC

212 9 - 7 6

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owner 17988
1866-838-4376
CHEW
2004 Cavalier LS
pwr windows 54k org
mi. 5988 or 149mo
1866-838-4376
CHRYSLER
2004 Sebring convert-
fco3n lasrtg 18es
1866-838-4376
TOYOTA
2006 Highlander 30k
org mi. mint cond.
one owner 14988 or
229mol866-838-4376
FORD
2003 F-150 XLT crew
cab 54k orig mi don't
hesitate 11988 or
219mo 1866-838-4376
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SW
ne ec a
1866-838-4376
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2008 Odyssey EXL
leather.sunroof
7yr 100k worrranty 3k
1866-838-4376

2006DCO aE 32k
ortg miles 7pass nicest
one in ocala 10988 or
199mo 1866-838-4376
HONDA
2006 Pilot EXL leather
sunroof better huay
I 43T

2009 TC coupe low
miles 15988 or 279mo
1866-838-4376

2004 rjEb er LT
leather Is one woont
1866-838-4376


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17988 or 299mo
18@-@8-476
JEEP
2008 Compass 8k odg
Son 2 r
1866-838-4376

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229mo 1866-838-4376


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03 DODGE CARAVAN


New '1(Ronda
ACCORD LX SEDAN
Model CP2F3AEW with Automatic Transmission,
A/C, Power Pkg. Cruise & Keyless Entry'
MSRP .............................................. $22, 565
Dealer Discount...............................$1,731
Cash or Trade Equity......................- $2,000

onw*18,834.

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New '10TWda
CIVIC VP SEDAN
Model FA1E3AEW with 58peed Manual Trans, Power
Windows, A/C, Side Curtain Airbags AM/FM-CDI
MSRP .............................................. $17, 11 5
. Dealer Discount...............................51,283
Cash or Trade Equity........,,............- $2,000

Onw*13,882*

...or'99'k


97 FORD F150 XCAB


03 CHEW CAVALIER


00 NISSAN PATiRNDER


97 MAZDA MIATA


03 HONDA ODYSSEY


00 HONDA ACCORD 4DR El


Newi'O9 Hond~a


New '10 Honlda


03 AL'nMA 2.5S


04 HONDA ACCORD ElVS


04 HONDA ACCORD


Model RE3839EW Automanc Air Cond .
M Page. IndeStability Assist
MSRP ................................... $2 1, 9 1 5
Dealer DIscount...................S1,427
Cash or'Dade Equity...... $2,000

018,488


Model RL3H2AEW Automanc, Dual AC,
Power Rg Mage 3rd Seat
MSRP ................................... $27, 475
Dealer Discount...................51,916
Cash or Trade Equity..........- $2,000

023,559


07 HNDA IVIC 06 FORD FREESTAR


$11i


04 CHEWYVENTIJRE LS


01 COUGAR


09 JEEP CHEROKEE


01 0000E RAM 004(4


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Yours For Only


New '09 Chevy


New '09 Chevy


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01 JEEPW11ANGLER


07 R NDO


Reg. Cab, Auto, V8, AC,
CD, OnStar, XM
M .5 $ Sil
Rebatee ...............................- 55,500
Cash or Trade Equay...........- $2,500
Yours For Only
*18 113


06 COLORADO
P10239
$14,995


Auto, PW, PL,
CC, Tilt, CD, XM
"Dar BRcGERillillillillil;S
Ro bates ...............................- 52,500
Cash or Trade Equity..........- $2,500
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Cash or Trade Equay..........- $2,500
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08 CHEWTAHOE Z7


09 FORD RANGER XLT


07 CHEWY SUBURBAN LT


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Happy Honda Days
On New 2009 ( go/o On AII Other New
5 APR & 2010 Civicst g HW APR 209 & 210 Modelst
10 9% APR financing or 1.9% APR financing up to 36 months available to customers who qualify for the AHFC Super Preferred cred# tier 1st mo. payment
& tag fees due at signing. ee dealer for details. For well qualified buyers Not all buyers may quahty Higher rates apply for buyers wth lower credk ratings.


119 S. Suncoast Blvd. in Homosassa


20 7MNH


Pm-0wned Supercenter


New 2010 Chevy
MALIBU LS
Equipped with Automatic,
Power Windows & Locks,
Cruise, Tilt, CD & OnStar.


New '09 Chevy


g_~On Highway 44 West in Inverness




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FREEt 24 HOUR RECORDED MESSAGE FREEl 24 HOUR RECORDED MESSAGE FREEl 24 HOUR RECORDED MESSAGE FREEl 24 HOUR RECORDED MESSAGE FREEl 24 HOUR RECORDED MESSAGE
WITH INFO AND SPECIAL PRICING WITH INFO AND SPECIAL PRICING WITH INFO AND SPECIAL PRICING WITH JNFO AND SPECIAL PRICING WITH INFO AND SPECIAL PRICING
800-584-8755 EXT. 3131 800-584-8755 EXT. 3136 800-584-8755 EXT. 3132 800-584-8755 EXT. 3135 800-584-8755 EXT. 3133

'i6,175'*28&... '11,425'*2of.. .'8,225' sia... .'i2,675''223... '13,775''2&...
007RAM 'i2,975"229uo: 2007CHARGER 'ii,875'.'208go. 2006PACIFICA '9,925' 'if6uo. 2005RAM '8,775' 'i87uo: 2005CARAVAN '5,775' 'i23uo,
FREEl 24 HOUR RECORDED MESSAGE WiTH INFO AND SPECiAL PACING FRE 24 HOUR RECORDED MESSAGE Wmi INFO AND SPECIAL SPRING FRE 24 HOUR RECORDED MESSAGE WITH INFO AND SPECIAL PACING FREEI 24 HOUR RECORDED MESSAGE WITH INFO AND SPECEL PRICING FREEl 24 HOUR RECORDED MESSAGE WiTH INFO AND SPECIAL PRICiNG
800-584-8755 EXT. 2145 100-584-8755 EXT. 4137 %00-584-8755 EXT.,4140 800-584-8755 EXT. 2112 800-584-8755 EXT. 4138
0070URANGO '11,875' '205uo. 2006WRANGLER'ii,775' '207uo. 2006USERT '8,575' 'i54uo. 0050AKOTA '7,225' 'ifino; 2003WRANGLER '8,775' 'iSho,
FREgi 24 HOUR RECORDED MESSAGE WITH INFO AND SPECIAL PRICING FREEI 24 HOUR RECORDED MESSAGE WifH INFO AND SPECIAL PRICING FREEI 24 HOUR RECORDED MESSAGE WITH INFO AND SPECIAL PACING FREEI 24 HOUR RECORDED MESSAGE WITH INFO AND SPECIAL PRICING FREdi 24 HOUR RECORDED MESSAGE WiTH INFO AND SPECIAL PRICING
800-584-8755 EXT. 2185 800-584-8755 EXT. 3134 800-584-8755 EXT. 2198 800-584-8755 EXT. 4139 800-584-8755 EXT. 2144
*All PrIces/Payments exclude tax, tag, title, dealer ade and dealer fee ($599.50), Price/Payments indude $2000 down (Cash br Trade Equity), All Rebates, Military Incentive, First time Buyers Cash and discounts. Payments art at7.99 A PR, for 72 Months for model years 2006-2010 and 9.99A.PR. for60 months for model years
2002-2005 WA C. Not responsible for typographical errors. All prior sales excluded and may restrid stock. Cannot be combined with other olfere, PIctures are for illustration purposes only *Employee Pricing, 0% Interest and Free Maintenance are on select years, make, and models and In Ileu of relates and Incentives. WA C.


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