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Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
Inverness, Fla
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shift in store
for C.R. 486
A major traffic shift
will be occurring on
County Road 486 and
C.R. 491 from Monday,
Nov. 28, through Tues-
day, Nov. 29. Traffic
will be moved onto the
newly completed lanes
on both roadways, so
reconstruction of the
existing lanes can be
completed. This will be
the last major traffic
shift associated with
the current C.R. 486
roadway construction
project from Ottawa
Avenue to the Black
Diamond Service
Road.
Traveling motorists
can expect delays on
Monday and Tuesday,
Nov. 28 and 29, as
construction crews pre-
pare for the traffic shift.


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Read about four pitfalls
of using credit cards for
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A.B. SIDIBE
Staff Wr-iter

It wasn't such a terribly
long time ago that Crystal
River sewage was being
whooshed down a canal jut-
ting into King's Bay.
Today, that same effluent
- now chlorinated and
odorless is being used to
grow hay in a 108-acre


sprayfield.
In 2014, Crystal River City
Manager Andy Houston
hopes to have that odorless,
sparkling water flowing
through a pipeline to
Progress Energy's plant
complex to help cut the
plant's ground water with-
drawals and reduce nutri-
ent loading in the Crystal
River springshed.


It is a win for the environ-
ment, said Houston, and in
keeping with the city's "big
three" environmental goals:
get residents of Fort Island
Trail off septic tanks, turn
Three Sisters Springs into a
county showcase and the
pipeline effort.
Crystal River's push to re-
claim water is part of a much
larger effort by officials in


Florida and specifically in
the 16-county Southwest
Florida Water Management
District (SWFWMD) area to
greater water reuse and con-
vert legions to go roll with
the tide.
In the water district, said
Brent White, the man in
charge of the SWFWMD's
reclaimed water project in
the northern district, al-


ready 10 percent of usage is
reused water.
"Our goal is 75 percent by
2030. It is really more cost-
efficient than use of potable
(drinking) water," White
said. Reclaimed water use
within the water district is
expected to approach 374
million gallons per day.

See Page A2


Family fofUm
GOP presidential
hopefulIs participate in
Saturday event.
/Page A10
COMMENTARY:


DAVE SIGLER/Chronicle
Cherie Vore picks up a turkey for this family during the food giveaway Saturday in Inverness. Each family received a 10 to 12 pound turkey and
more than 1,000 people were registered for the food.


Thanksgiving Feedn~lidng liac voluknteers share bounty with community


SHEMIR WILES
Staff Wr-iter
INVERNESS

pink plaid pajama
pants and a white T-
shirt, Kathryn Conger
waited unweariedly in line with
a towel draped over her shoul-
ders to keep her warm and dry.
The gray melancholy skies
and light drizzle didn't dampen
her mood. Conger had been up
since 5 a.m. She came all the
way from Inglis to make sure she
and her family would be able to


have a decent Thanksgiving this
year.
"This year is hard," she said
with a slight wince as the words
escaped her lips.
She has two kids to care for
Her fiance was laid off in June.
He worked as a forklift driver
for a seafood company.
And she can't work.
It's been difficult making ends
meet. To have a place to stay,
Conger said her family moved
into her mom's trailer. Her mom
doesn't make them pay for a
room. They just make sure to
pay the lot rent, which is $290.


Conger said her fiance tries to
find work, but he can't.
"No one's hiring," she said.
The lack of stable income
sometimes makes it hard to have
food on the table. It comes down
to making sure the ones who
need to eat are fed while others
go without.
But Conger is appreciative no
one will have to be hungry this
Thanksgiving.
"It's wonderful," she said.
"Everyone does a wonderful
job."
The Thanksgiving Feeding Al-
liance, a coalition of 30 or more


churches, nonprofit organiza-
tions and businesses, gathered
Saturday morning in the Wal-
mart Supercenter parking lot for
the eighth year of providing food
for Citrus County's less
fortunate.
Lt. Vanessa Miller, corps offi-
cer for the Citrus County Salva-
tion Army, stated more than a
1,000 families were signed up to
receive food this year at both the
Walmart and the Homosassa
Civic Club in Homosassa.
But that number didn't in-


Corruption
Amid economic
reforms, Communist
Cuba goes after graft,
bribery, fraud./Page C1

BUSINESS:


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the summer months, the
ropes and buoys are put
away, allowing boats to
zoom along at 35 mph in a


then in the summer time it
became a drag race spot,
how am I supposed to know
that's not a place to be?" she


MIKE WRIGHT
Staff Wr-iter
CRYSTAL RIVER The
largest sanctuary in King's
Bay is not the place mana-
tees huddle to stay warm on
cold winter days.
In fact, manatees don't
huddle there at all.
And federal wildlife offi-
cials acknowledge the sanc-
tuary is so under-used,
they've considered elimi-
nating it as a special place
for manatees to gather with-
out human interference.
It's also right in the mid-
dle of the slow speeds vs.
summer speed debate in the
proposed manatee-protec-
tion rule being developed
by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service for King's Bay.
The Buzzard Island sanc-
tuary is roped off mainly to
give manatees a place to eat
without being disturbed. In


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speed zone sur-
rounding Buzzard
Island.
Manatee advocate
Helen Spivey said
people don't realize
that the same spot
where boat speed-
ing is now allowed
during the summer
is occupied by man-
atee munching on
sea grasses during
the winter
Spivey, co-chair-
woman of the Save


said.
The federal
wildlife agency is
putting the final
touches on the
King's Bay rule de-
signed to protect
manatees from
harm. The wide-
ranging rule, which
is expected to be fi-
nalized in Decem-
ber, would create a
manatee refuge in
the entirety of King's
Bay and eliminate


Helen
Spivey
advocates for
year-round
slow-speed
zone.


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the Manatee Club, said the
winter presence of a sanctu-
ary only gives logic to en-
forcing a slow-speed zone
year-round.
"If I was a kid and went to
the cafeteria to eat every
day in the winter time, and


,h sport

now ex-
only be-


the summer 35 mp
zone.
Slow speed that 1
ists in King's Bay-
tween November ar
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tended Buzzard Island, in the center of King's Bay, has a designated
manatee sanctuary roped off mainly to give manatees a
Page A4 place to eat without being disturbed.


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Reuse of water takes hold in Florida


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Special to the Chronicle
The Women's Political Network of Cit-
rus County will host Rep. Rich Nugent as
keynote speaker at its annual Christmas
luncheon slated for 12:30 p.m. Sunday,
Dec. 5, in the Garden Room at Citrus Hills
Golf and Country Club, 505 E. Hartford St.
Citrus County Commissioner District 4
Rebecca Bays will also speak and the af-
ternoon will close with Christmas carols


led by Florida Rep. Dennis Baxley.
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President Jeanne McIntosh at (352) 484-
9975 or (352) 746-5660 for information.
The Network will continue its tradition
of presenting Christmas gifts to the women
at CASA on Christmas Eve. Cash donations
for the gifts are appreciated.


DAVE SIGLER/Chronicle
Garrett Beach from Trenton tries to wrangle his way into the calf-roping competition Sat-
urday during the slack competition at the Citrus Stampede Rodeo at the Citrus County Fair-
grounds. The event was a fundraiser for the 4-H Foundation.


past 20 years in the form of
matching funds to the tune
of $343 million. A whopping
261 of those projects are
complete and the rest are
ongoing. District officials
believe when all these
reclamation projects are
done they will offset up to
159 million gallons a day of
usage.
Inverness City Manager
Frank DiGiovanni said in
2003, city officials started
talking about replacing an
aging waste treatment plant.
"Today, it's all done and
we are going to start sending
water to the golf course. We
will be testing the line
soon," DiGiovanni said. He
said the $17 million facility
was mainly paid for by grant
momies.
"Reclaimed water is the
future," he said. "It helps al-
leviate demand for potable
water and helps with the
ecology. It is hard to imagine
that a few years ago all that
effluent was dumped in the
lake."
Chronicle reporter A.B.
Sidibe can be reached at
(352) 564-2925 or at asidibe
@chronicleonline. com.


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White said using re-
claimed water helps reduce
withdrawals from the in-
creasingly stressed water
systems and underground
sources.
Anthony Andrade, a dis-
trict project manager, said
water reclamation is not ac-
tually a new phenomenon.
Andrade said it can be
traced back to San Fran-
cisco in 1912.
But water reuse came to
Florida in earnest about the
1960s and kicked into high
gear in the 1970s.
St. Petersburg became the
first urban area to set up a
major reclamation project
in the nation.
Andrade said there is
probably enough reclaimed
water pipeline in this water
district alone to stretch from
Tampa to Washington, D.C.
"Utilities within the dis-
trict have more reuse than
eight of the top 10 reuse
states in the country com-
bined. Florida is now No.1


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PROJECTS
875 miles of pipeline.
223 million gallons per
day of supply funded.
2.1 billion gallons of
storage.
More than 95,000
residential irrigation
customers.
H 200 golf courses (in-
cluding Black Dia-
mond).
476 public parks.
H 151 school irrigation
systems
36 industrial
customers.
8 power plants.
First large urban
sys em indtihe country
Petersburg in 1977.

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projects we have going on,
followed by California and
Texas," Andrade said.
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cHRIS VAN ORMER
Staff Wr-iter

The proposed Outpost
Shooting Range's first pub-
lic hearing Thursday was
met with approval by the
Citrus County Planning and
Development Review Board
- but with a list of
conditions.
Ron and Michele Goode-
now, owners of American
Pro Diving Center in Crystal
River, have been working
for more than a year on a
$1.1i-million project to build
an indoor archery range, a
trap and skeet field, a pistol
range and a rifle range on a
30-acre site off County Road
490 opposite the junction
with Rock Crusher Road in
Lecanto.
The couple has said
firearms firing facilities are
lacking in Citrus County. As
the parcel is a former min-
ing site, they have pre-
sented the project as a good
use of the land, with the ex-
cavation depth adding
safety to the firing ranges.
Several residents attended
the hearing to either support
or oppose the project. Some


had written letters that were
placed in the board's pack-
age of information.
Ron Egnot, a real estate
agent, wrote: "The owner
has demonstrated his ability
to operate a successful busi-
ness with his current opera-
tion and I personally agree
that this type of business
would be an asset to the
county."
Robert and Marilyn Smith
wrote: "They will create
jobs for people and give the
citizens a proper and safe
place to hone their shooting
skills and have some fun
doing it"
Lewis Smith of Inverness
wrote: "There is a large
number of people in the
county who would have a
place in which to target
practice in a safe, controlled
environment."
Daniel Mathena of Bev-
erly Hills wrote: "There are
many, many guns out there
and having an avenue to get
safe instruction and ongoing
training benefits everyone."
Not everyone spoke in
favor. Linda Boutwell wrote
that she has lived for 13
years in a house adjacent to


the proposed shooting
range. Boutwell referred to
the work of Dr: Arline Bron-
zaft, an environmental psy-
chologist, regarding noise
pollution.
"With no set times of op-
eration, I cannot offer a bet-
ter description of the noise
that will be caused by this
shooting range: unwanted,
unpredictable, uncontrol-
lable. To date, I cannot get
an answer on how many
people will be allowed to
shoot at the same time. For
each shooter, the noise pol-
lution generated would only
increase."
Boutwell also was con-
cerned about the potential
for lead contamination.
"With all the residential
homes in and around this
area connected to private
wells for clean water and
since lead makes up 92 per-
cent to 98 percent of the
total weight of most bullets
and shot and is the leading
cause of groundwater con-
tamination created by firing
ranges in Florida, how can
this not be viewed as a po-
tential threat to us and our
families?" Boutwell asked.


The board recommended
the request for approval to
the Citrus County Board of
County Commissioners,
with the following
conditions:
1. Approval is limited to
the development and oper-
ation of a shooting range.
2. Any updated lighting
shall be positioned, hooded
and shielded so as not to
shed excessive illumination
on adjacent residential
properties.
3. The refuse area (Dump-
ster pad) must be located in
such a manner as to be
shielded from adjacent res-
identially committed areas.
4. The shooting range site
shall be fenced along the full
length of the property bound-
ary by a 6-foot-high hog wire
fence that shall have two
strands of barbed wire above
the 6-foot hog wire. The 6-
foot hog wire fence shall
have posted NRA-specified
signs identifying the area as
a firing range.
5. The applicant shall pro-
vide onsite buffers.
6. The applicant shall op-
erate the Outpost Shooting
Range using the Best Man-


agement Practices of the Na-
tional Rifle Association re-
garding public safety and
environmental impacts (lead
containment, excavation and
removal from the site).
7. The applicant shall op-
erate the Outpost Shooting
Range using the Best Man-
agement Practices of the
Environmental Protection
Agency regarding the safety
of the public water supply
and environmental impacts.
8. Noise abatement shall
be accomplished, in part,
through business hours of
operation. The Outpost
Shooting Range shall oper-
ate its retail sales business
from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and its
shooting range operations
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
9. Noise levels at the re-
ceiving property lines shall
not exceed 65 decibels.
10. Noncompliance with
or any violation of the above
referenced conditions may
render this planned devel-
opment overlay null, void
and of no force or effect.
Chronicle reporter Chris
Van Ormer can be reached
at cvanormer~chronicle
online, com or (352) 564-2916.




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Associated Press

SOUTHWEST
RANCHES, Fla. In one of
South Florida's upscale,
rural enclaves, where horse
trails are as common as
sidewalks, town leaders de-
cided to bring in much of
their money from an un-
usual business: a prison.
Only the leaders of South-
west Ranches kept their
plans quiet from residents
for almost a decade, and the
project has now ballooned
into what would be among
the federal government's
largest immigrant detention
centers. The town would
have to pay $150,000 each
year to keep the prison, but
officials say the town would
turn a profit by getting 4 per-
cent of what U.S. Immi-
gration and Customs En-
forcement pays the com-
pany operating the prison to
hold inmates there.
Many residents finally
caught wind of the idea this
year, when the immigration
agency announced a tenta-
tive deal, and they're angry.
They've had protests at pub-
lic meetings, contemplated
whether to recall the mayor
before his March election
and whether to amend the
town charter to make it eas-
ier to fire the city attorney
pushing the deal.
The proposed facility is
part of the federal govern-
ment's new plan to move im-
migrants from jails to
detention centers it says are
better for holding people
with no criminal back-
ground. The centers are also
supposed to be easier to
reach for detainees' rela-
tives and lawyers.
Plans are in the works for
other facilities near San An-
tonio, Texas, and in Essex
County N and nOrnaen
those proposals has drawn
the outrage seen in South-
west Ranches, the Fort
Lauderdale suburb where
wealthy developers, Miami
Dolphins football players
and others seek privacy and
a country lifestyle.
But according to Mayor
Jeff Nelson and others in-
volved at the time, the plan
for some kind of prison run
by Corrections Corporation
of America, the nation's
largest private prison oper-
ator, was always integral to
Southwest Ranches' ability
to survive. Nelson believes


the plan has been out in the
open, and officials list more
than two dozen public meet-
ings over the last decade
where it was discussed.


Go-karts take

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Inverness

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SHEMIR WILES
Staff Wr-iter
INVERNESS The
deafening sounds of go-
kart engines tearing up
the asphalt broke the
early morning silence
Saturday in downtown In-
verness as spectators
gathered to watch the in-
augural Inverness Grand
Prix.
The curvaceous course
took drivers on a high-
speed journey along
Courthouse Square, Mar-
tin Luther King Jr. Av-
enue, Dampier Street and
North Apopka Avenue,
where small square hay
bale barriers created jogs
for the racers to maneu-
ver around.
Rod Worthington sat
coolly in the pit area in-
side a go-kart he bor-
rowed from a friend for
the race. The Homosassa
resident had not been in
a kart since 1997, but he
was excited to be back be-
hind the wheel.
"iI want to race again!"
he said.
Go-kart racing was
once a family sport, Wor-
thington said.
"I had my kids racing
when they were five years
old."
But then they discov-
ered girls, and racing
took a permanent
backseat
Marveling at the en-


gines and other techno-
logical advances on the
karts of other racers in
the pit, Worthington ad-
mitted a lot has changed
since the last time he
competed.
Yet the adrenal rush
and pure excitement was
still the same.
"It's a lot of fun," he
said. "It's a good family
sport."
Eleven-year-old Joshua
Noonon got his start rac-
ing when his uncle
bought him a go-kart for
his fifth birthday. Ever
since, he has been
hooked.
Coming all the way
from North Fort Myers,
Noonon said he's been in


Residents lined the course Saturday around the racing
track set up in downtown Inverness for the event.


well over 100 races dur-
ing the short six years
he's been driving.
Though he said the
track was a tad slick on
the crosswalks, he was
having a blast.
"It's good so far," he
said, his voice slightly
muffled by his racing
helmet.
Watching the action
from a safe spot along
Apopka, Pat and Bob
Breen kicked back in
their folding camp chairs,
enjoying the liveliness of


the event.
"It's a nice little layout,"
Pat said. "It reminds me
of the big old grand prix."
The Citrus Springs cou-
ple has attended go-kart
races before, but Bob said
they were glad to be able
to enjoy a nice day of rac-
ing so close to home.
"It's good for the fami-
lies, and it's free," he said.
Chronicle reporter
Shemir Wiles can be
reached at (352) 564-
2924 or swiles~chronicle
online. com.


Special to the Chronicle

The Citrus County Board
of County Commissioners is
now accepting applications
for its spring session of the
Citrus County Citizens
Academy. Classes are
scheduled to begin in
March.
The Academy is a free
course designed to educate
and inform citizens about
the departments that make
up Citrus County govern-
ment. It gives residents a
hands-on, inside look at
what, how and why the
county's departments do
what they do, from budget,
parks and road mainte-
nance to community serv-


ices; allowing citizens to
understand the board's re-
sponsibilities and capabili-
ties and how the taxpayers'
resources are utilized.
The course has 11 ses-
sions, each from 1 to 5 p.m.
designated Thursday after-
noons from March 15
through June 12, conclud-
ing with a graduation at the
Board of County Commis-
sioners' meeting June 26.
There are field trips that
will be covered in this
course (the county will sup-
ply transportation to vari-
ous sites.) Departments and
divisions represented will
be Development Services,
Planning, Building, Man-
agement and Budget, Sys-


tems Management, Public
Works, Community Serv-
ices, Parks and Recreation,
Water Resources and Code
Compliance, as well as
others.
There are no qualifica-
tions needed other than
being a resident of the
county and interest in how
it works, and the only re-
quirement of the class is at-
tendance. The training is
cumulative, so applicants
are encouraged to attend
all sessions. The county re-
serves the right to withhold
graduation recognition if
an applicant misses two or
more sessions or significant
portions thereof. An appli-
cant who misses a session


will be given an opportunity
to make up a missing class
in future sessions to
achieve graduation
recognition.
Registration is on a first-
come, first-served basis. If
more than the allotted slots
are requested, the names
will be put on a waiting list
in the order they were re-
ceived for the next session.
Applications are simple
and are available online at
www.bocc.citrus.fl.us under
the Public Information Of-
fice or at the county com-
mission administration
offices in the Lecanto Gov-
ernment Building or Inver-
ness Courthouse (second
floor commission suite).


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LOCAL


Citrus County

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homeowners in 2012 should
attend a mandatory orienta-
tion session 10 a.m. to noon
Saturday, Dec. 3, at Seven
Rivers Presbyterian Church
on Gulf-to-Lake Highway,
Lecanto.
Attendance is required to
enter the Habitat program
and apply for a Habitat home.
Potential applicants will re-
ceive a full explanation of the
program, timeline, income
and service requirements, as
well as other information.
Children cannot be accom-
modated at the meeting.
For more information, or to
become a volunteer, call the
Habitat office at (352)
563-2744
Habitat for Humanity of Cit-
rus County has completed 70
homes now owned by partner
families who have invested a
minimum of 500 sweat-equity
hours and who have as-
sumed a no-interest
mortgage for their home own-

e~rshi aabitati a nonprf

poverty housing and to make
decent shelter a matter of
conscience and
action.

Orlando

Officer charged with
buying oxycodone
An Orlando police officer
has been arrested in an oxy-
codone sting while on duty.
Police Chief Paul Rooney
said Officer Jaime Bridges
paid $40 for two pills that
contained acetaminophen
and oxycodone from a confi-
dential informant Friday. The
informant gave authorities a
heads up earlier in the week
that she was looking to buy.
Bridges had just started
her shift when she allegedly
bought the pills. She was
asked to return to the station
and charged with purchasing
oxycodone, official miscon-
duct and receiving unlawful
compensation for official be-
havior. Bridges is an 11-year-
veteran.
The Orlando Sentinel re-
ported she worked in the
drug unit for about two years
and knew the informant
through her work.
Bridges was relieved of
duty with pay while criminal
and internal investigations
are conducted.
Man shoots himself,
dies at gun range
Authorities are investigat-
ing after a man fatally shot
himself in the head at a Cen-
tral Florida gun range.
Orange County deputies
said the 45-year-old man ar-
rived at the gun range Friday
night and began shooting in
the practice lanes. The Or-
lando Sentinel reports he
then shot himself in the head.
He later died at the hospital
His name has not been
released.
Authorities are investigat-
ing whether the shooting was
accidental or intentional.

Tam pa
Disabled war vet
gets new home
A severely wounded Iraq
war veteran is getting a
hero's homecoming to a
specially outfitted new home
in Tampa. Army Sgt. Joel
Tavera, one of the most
gravely wounded survivors of
the war, has been hospital-
ized for nearly four years and
had 75 surgeries.


The 4,200-square-foot
house, built for Tavera and his
parents, includes full wheel-
chair accessibility, a therapy
swimming pool, and iPad-
controlled electronic controls
throughout the home.
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STATE/LOCAL


CITRUS COUvNT (FL) CHRONICLE


For the RECORD


Citrus County
Sheriff's Office
DUI arrest
SScott W. Mikel, 44, 7114
Melogold Circle, Land O Lakes,
11:45 a.m. Wednesday on a
charge of driving under the in-
fluence. According to the report,
Mikel was found stopped in traf-
fic on U.S. 19. When deputies
approached him, he seemed
confused and smelled of alco-
hol. He reportedly had trouble
walking when asked out of his
vehicle. Bond $500.
Other arrests
aLane Richard Barber, 30,
7295 W. Riverbend Road, Dun-
nellon, at 12:27 p.m. Wednes-
day on a felony charge of theft of
a truck. According to the report,
Barber took another person's
vehicle without his permission
and sold it. Bond $2,000.
SAnthony Darnell Schaef-
fer, 23, homeless, 5:53 p.m.
Wednesday on a charge of
leaving the scene of an accident
and reckless driving. Bond
$1,000.
STravis Shane Powell, 26,
2813 W. Jefferson St., Inver-
ness, 9 p.m. Wednesday on a
charge of grand theft of gold and
diamond ring. Bond $2,000.
SJoshua Daniel Clayborn,
27, 680 N. Independence High-
way, Invemess, 9 p.m. Wednes-
day on a charge of grand theft
of Bulova watch with diamond
face. Bond $2,000.


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throughout the year. The proposal has op-
position from many corners, including gov-
ernment officials in Crystal River and the
county who see the proposed rule as an
economic killer.
Buzzard Island is unlike spring-fed sanc-
tuaries, such as those near Three Sisters
Springs and Magnolia Springs that attract
manatees during the winter cold. Sanctu-
ary boundaries prevent boaters and swim-
mers from entering.
Manatees converge in the springs sanc-
tuaries in the cold. On warmer days, they
are spread throughout the bay.
Michael Lusk, manager of the Chassa-
howitzka National Wildlife Refuge, which
includes Crystal River, said the Buzzard Is-
land sanctuary doesn't attract as many
manatees as the other sanctuaries.


they are not right for me,"
said Battista, who works as a
hospital technician.
In Miami, 45 children were
adopted in a special cere-
mony honoring the families.
The Department of Chil-
dren and Families Secretary
David Wilkins said roughly
800 foster children need
homes. The majority offoster
children waiting for loving
parents are teenagers.
Teenagers who age out of
foster care without being
adopted run a higher risk of
being arrested, becoming
teenage parents, dropping
out of school, and becoming
homeless, he said.
More than 3,000 foster chil-
dren were adopted last year
in Florida. Adoptive parents
receive a monthly adoption
subsidy for the family, health
benefits for the child, and
free college tuition at a
Florida public university
Parents can also receive a
federal adoption tax credit of
about $13,000 per child.


129ka.mN Nov.Ul5 in the 1900
River.
Thefts
MA grand theft ($300 or
more) occurred at about 10 a.m.
Nov. 7 in the 4000 block of S.
Ohio Ave., Homosassa.
HA retail grand theft ($300 or
more) occurred at about 2 p.m.
Nov. 15 in the 1800 block of
N.W. U.S. 19, Crystal River.
HA retail grand theft ($300 or
more) occurred at about 2 p.m.
Nov. 15 in the 300 block of N.
Suncoast Blvd., Crystal River.
HA retail petit theft occurred
at about 4:43 p.m. Nov. 15 in the
3(X)loc of N. Suncoast Blvd.,


Vamialism
SA vandalism ($200 or less)
occurred at about 10:30 a.m.
Nov. 10 in the 2400 block of N.
Florida Ave., Hemando.


OSharon C. 4Bell, 54, 3160

day on a charge of obtaining
property by means of a worth-
less check. Bond $150
MRobert Guarino, 43,
10306 S.W. 53rd Terrace, Bush-
nell, 12:23 p.m. Thursday on a
chrge nftraf or dndnedav
theft. Bond $7,000
SRichard J. Tavares, 46,
r186 ta ihitewatermTeT ae,

day on a charge of driving with
license suspended or revoked
(habitual offender). Bond
$10,000.
Burglaries
HA burglary to an unoccu-
pied residence occurred at
about 8:30 a.m. Nov. 14 in the
12300 block of S. Iris Point, Flo-
ral City.
MA burglary to an unoccu-
pied structure occurred at about


S"Not as mn aatees use that particu-
He said removing the sanctuary status
would require a formal rule a process
that Lusk acknowledged is cumbersome
and ill-timed.
"We haven't given it serious considera-
tion though it has been discussed," he said.
"When we're trying to get a handle on what
type of protections are needed, removing
protections at this particular time would be
a very difficult thing to do."
Spivey said manatees need the feeding
protection the Buzzard Island sanctuary
provides.
"It's not their favorite food, but they will
eat it," Spivey said. "It's a feeding sanctu-
ary. Fish and Wildlife set it aside because
it had a lot of vegetation. They wanted man-
atees to eat in peace rather than have
divers bothering them."
Chronicle reporter M~ike Wright can be
reached at (352) 563-3228 or
mwright~chronicleonline. com.


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ON THE NET

a For more information about arrests made by the
Citrus County Sheriff's Office, go to www.sheriff
citrus.org and click on the Public Information link,
then on Arrest Reports.
m Also under Public Information on the CCSO website,
click on Crime Mapping for a view of where each
type of crime occurs in Citrus County. Click on
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2011 A5


Shaun Seeden joyfully greeted people from the trailer where
he was handing out fresh greens and fruit to families partic-
ipating in the food distribution.


DAVE SIGLER/Chronicle
Volunteers guide grocery carts through the maze of food pick-up stations for families who took part in the Thanksgiving
Feeding Alliance food distribution Saturday in the parking lot of the Inverness Walmart Supercenter.


the present, she was just
happy to know she and her
husband would have a meal
to enjoy together come next
week.
"This is a godsend for us,"
she said. "It truly is."
Chronicle reporter
Shemir Wiles can be
reached at (352) 564-2924 or
swiles@chronicleonline.
com.


few bucks home working as
a caretaker for a 92-year-old
woman, and sometimes, she
finds cleaning jobs where
people will pay her $10 or
$20 to clean their home.
"I do anything I can for
some extra cash."
But after paying all the
bills for the month, the cou-
ple barely breaks even,
Kevin said. They can't even


afford to go see their family
this Thanksgiving in St. Pe-
tersburg because gas is too
expensive.
However, despite living
On the brink of poverty,
Wendy works as a volunteer
driver for the local Meals on
Wheels program. She's been
doing it for 15 years.
"Those people are my
heart," she said gently plac-


ing her hand on her chest.
Just the mention of her
charity work brings a smile
to her face. She under-
stands the people she
serves in need of help. Now,
she and her husband do,
too.
Before walking away,
Wendy expressed hope
things would get better for
them in the future. But in


I


TURKEY
Continued from Page Al

But that number didn't in-
clude the large number of
unregistered people who
waited, hoping to leave with
a Thanksgiving turkey and
box of other food items.
The line began early, well
before the scheduled 9 a.m.
start.
Stephanie, who didn't
want to use her last name
was first. She arrived at 5:30
a.m. after walking a short
distance from her home be-
hind Walmart.
She has come to the give-
away for years, although she
didn't come last year be-
cause she said she didn't
need it and didn't want to


alone, but she's far from
lonely. She lives next door to
her parents.

thTm t e j y rheat rey
as long as they can make it
eat hiin ina fiedd t
cost of living continues to
rise while the amount of her
disability checks stays the
same.
"And it's hard to make it"
But in the same breath,

sI h' y ddn't have this
today, I wouldn't have a
turkey for Thanksgiving,"
she said. "I'm just thankful
for (the Thanksgiving Feed-
ing Alliance)."
Distributing beverages to
those waiting in line were


FOOD PROGRAMS
mFind out about other
free and low-cost op-
portunities every Mon-
day in the Chronicle's
Food Programs list.

some of the day's smallest
volunteers: Boy Scout Troop
462.
Christian Knightly, 8, had
One specific mission: mak-
ing people happy.
"It makes me feel good,"
he said shyly, "helping other
people."
Back for a second time -
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INGLIS
Catharina E. Eichen-
berger, age 86, of Inglis, died
Thursday, November 17,
2011.
Mrs. Eichenberger was
born in Lakota, Iowa, to the
late William C. and
Christina (Johnson) Bau-
mann. She was a home-
maker and was a member of
Faith Lutheran in
Dunnellon.
Survivors include two
daughters, Joyce Eichen-
berger, of Inglis, and Linda
(Ken) Hurst of Inglis; two
grandchildren, Kenneth
and Dennis; one great-
grandchild, Brooke; and
several nieces and
nephews. She was preceded
in death by her husband,
Ernest Eichenberger,
Graveside funeral serv-
ices will be held on Tuesday,
November 22, 2011, at 11
a.m. at the Cedars of
Lebanon Cemetery in Inglis,
with the Rev. Terry McKee
officiating. Burial will fol-
low under the direction of
Roberts Funeral Home,
Dunnellon. Condolences
may be sent to roberts
ofdunnellon.com.

Shawn
Morgan, 35
FLORAL CITY
A. Shawn Morgan, 35, Flo-
ral City, died at home on
Nov. 17, 2011. A Citrus
County native, he was born
in Ocala,
FL, on Aug
15, 1976, to
Alton and
A n n e
(O 'Brie n)
Morgan. He
attended
loc al
Shawn schools and
I~iorgan was a Citrus
High School
graduate. He worked with
his father at Morgan Envi-
ronmental as a supervisor
and was of the Protestant
faith. His favorite activity
was fishing with his
daughter
Shawn leaves behind is
loving daughter, Paige, and
her mother, Jenny Rowand,
of Citrus Springs; his par-
ents, Al and Anne Morgan,
Hernando; a brother, Gre-
gory J. Morgan of Inverness;
his grandmother, Mamie
O'Brien of Tennessee; and
his uncle, Butch Hayes of
Citrus Springs.
A Celebration of Life will
be on Tuesday, Nov. 22, at 6
p.m. at the Chas. E. Davis
Funeral Home with Pastor
Doug Alexander officiating.
Friends are invited to fel-
lowship with the family at
the time of service. In lieu of
flowers, memorials are
being accepted by the fam-
ily for an education fund for
Shawn's daughter
Sign the guest book at
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Victor
Tomasiello, 80
CITRUS SPRINGS
Victor J. Tomasiello,
8/11/31 11/18/11, passed
away at home under the lov-
ing care of his family and
hospice.
Survived by his wife of 53
years, Irene M Tomasiello;
son, Andrew J Tomasiello;
and odaugtr Suzann h1
d en; and one great-grand-

He was a loving husband,
father and grandfather. He
is a Navy veteran of the Ko-
rean War. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made in
his name to Hospice of Cit-
rus County.
RA Memorial Se vice o
place on Tuesday, Novem-
ber 22, 2011 at 7 p.m. at Holy
Faith Episcopal Church,
19924 W Blue Cove Drive,
Dunnellon, FL 34432.
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Obituaries


Mark
Scoville, 55
BEVERLY HILLS
Mark G. Scoville, 55, of
Beverly Hills, Florida,
passed away at home on
Monday, November 14, 2011,
in the company of his de-
voted wife of 6 years, Kelly
L. Scoville, who cared for
him throughout his illness.
Mark was born in Geneva,
Ohio, on September 30,
1956, to the late George R.
and Lois J. (Prince) Scoville.
He arrived in the area in
2004, coming from Geneva,
and was a supervisor
welder for EZ Pull Trailers,
as well as a Methodist by
faith. Mark was an avid
stage and studio musician
who played several instru-
ments including guitars,
drums and keyboards. Mark
also enjoyed golfing and
playing poker with good
friends. He will be sorely
missed by friends and fam-
ily in both Florida and Ohio.
He is also survived his
step-daughter, Britny
Pardee, of Homosassa,
Florida; brother, George
"Rick" (Cindy) Scoville of
Englewood, Ohio; and his
family, mother-in-law Mary
Lloyd of Rome, New York;
and nieces and nephews.
Services for Mark will
take place at Behm Funeral
Home in Geneva, Ohio, at a
future date. In lieu of flow-
ers, donations may be made
to Mark's family. Private cre-
mation arrangements under
the care of Chas. E. Davis
Funeral Home with Crema-
tory, Inverness, Florida.
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ThomaS
Gunther, 89
DUN NELLON
Thomas Austin Gunther,
89, Dunnellon, died
Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011, at
his summer home in Birch
River, WY
A gathering of family and
friends will be from 1 to 4
p.m. Saturday, Nov. 26, 2011,
at 847 Waterworks Road in
Freehold Township.

Brian Buncy, 54
SI LV ERSPRINGS
Brian Buncy, 54, of Silver
Springs, died Wednesday,
Nov. 16, 2011.
Services and burial will
be in New York. Local
arrangements under the
care of Brown Funeral
Home and Crematory in
Lecanto.

Valarie
Conard, 43
HOMOSASSA
Valarie Ann Conard, 43, of
Homosassa, died Friday,
Nov. 18, 2011, in Brooksville.
A memorial service will
be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday,
Nov. 22, 2011, at the First
Baptist Church of Ho-
mosassa, 10540 W Yulee
Drive, Homosassa. Wilder
Funeral Home.

Marcella
Lee, 83
HOMOSASSA
Marcella L. Lee, 83, ofHo-
mosassa, died Monday, Nov
14, 2011.
Private cremation will
take place under the direc-
to nmoandBr enmaFuner~al
Lecanto.

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Raymond
Schreihert, 98
SPRING HILL

Raymond Schreihert, 98,
of Spring Hill, died Thurs-
day, Nov. 17, 2011.
Services and burial will
be in Wisconsin. Local
arrangements under the di-
rection of Brown Funeral
Home and Crematory in
Lecanto.


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Associated Press

OUIDAH, Benin In a
basilica built in the heart-
land of Africa's Voodoo re-
ligion, Pope Benedict XVI
on Saturday unveiled a
treatise outlining the role
of the Roman Catholic
Church on the continent,
explaining how the faith
can help address Africa's
chronic wars and interact
with indigenous practices.
The immediate backdrop
for the release of the 87-
page guide for the faithful
in Africa was the soaring
basilica in this coastal
town, a symbol of the
church's roots on the conti-
nent. But just 100 yards
from the nave where Bene-
dict was introducing the
papal text, Voodoo priests
in flowing robes sat inside
their own temple, carefully
listening to his words as
they wafted outside across
the basilica's sound system.
Among the messages con-
tained in the pope's road
map for Africa is an at-
tempt to show how Catholi-
cism has evolved from the
rigid religion missionarieS
first brought to Ouidah,
considered the cradle of
Voodoo, a state religion in
Benin alongside Christian-
ity and Islam.
Catholics need to culti-
vate respect both for Islam
and for traditional prac-
tices, the pope said in the
document. He also encour-
ages the study of indige-
nous beliefs to determine
what aspects are helpful to
the human condition. But
he told bishops they must
nevertheless discern which
traditional practices clash
with church doctrine so
they can "separate the good
seed from the weeds."
"The church is open to
cooperation with all the
components of society, par-
ticularly with the represen-
tatives of the churches and
ecclesial communities not
yet in full communion with
the Catholic church," the
pope said as African priests
and nuns held up camera
phones in the pews of the
packed basilica to record
his message. "As well as
with the representatives of
the non-Christian religions,
above all those of tradi-
tional religions."
As he signed the papal
treatise, several dozen
Voodoo practitioners sat in
plastic chairs in the Tem-
ple of the Pythons at the
opposite end of the basil-
ica's square. The high
priest, who sat with his foot
on a bottle of gin, a tradi-
tional Voodoo spirit offer-
ing, said they listened
carefully as the pope's mes-
sage was projected outside
through massive speakers
mounted on the basilica.
"This is a positive mes-
sage which will bring
peace to Africa," said
Houkpon II Houawa-
menod. "I am a baptized
Catholic, but I can't turn
my back on where I come
from. When I was a child if
I attended a Voodoo cere-
mony, I used to get flogged
at school the next day,"
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In this photo released by the Vatican newspaper Osserva-
tore Romano, Pope Benedict XVI kisses a child Saturday
during his visit at the St. Rita Parish of Cotonou, Benin.
The pontiff is on his second trip to Africa, where he plans
to outline the church's future for the continent with the
fastest-growing number of faithful.


Houawamenod, who like
many in Benin, practices a
combination ofVoodoo and
Catholicism, said: "We are
simply taking a different
road to get to the same
place."
The 84-year-old pope's
three-day trip is his second
to Africa, the most rapidly
growing region for the
Roman Catholic Church.
While congregations are
graying in Europe and or-
ders are struggling to re-
cruit future priests, there
are not enough spots in
seminaries in Africa to ac-
commodate all those wish-
ing to pursue a religious life.
"Africae munus," Latin
for "Africa's Commitment,"
is the pope's attempt to tai-
lor the faith to the needs of
a continent shattered by
war and crippled by cor-
ruption. The pope is pro-
posing a reconciliation
which draws on the
church's doctrine of for-


giveness to stem the cycle
of retribution at the core of
many of the region's most
recent conflicts.
Among the ideas he sug-
gested is surveying local
ceremonies used to resolve
conflicts in Africa, though
he made clear that these
cannot take the place of the
church's sacrament of
penance.
Earlier on Saturday at
the country's largest semi-
nary located a few miles
from the basilica, the pope
addressed the aspiring
priests, and explained how
they can become an instru-
ment for changing Africa.
"Dear priests, the re-
sponsibility for promoting
peace, justice and reconcil-
iation falls in a special way
to you," he said. "As crystal
does not retain the light but
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CITRUS COUvNT (FL) CHRONICLE


BRANDON LARRABEE
The News Service of
Florida
TALLAHASSEE The
occasional chill in the air -
what passes for a chill in Tal-
lahassee sent signals 2011
was drawing to an end. But
with an early session slated
for 2012 to deal with redis-
tricting, lawmakers were be-
ginning to lay the
groundwork for the major
proposals of the coming year
Except, it seemed, for the
redistricting debate that
prompted the early starting
gun.
While the Senate Reap-
portionment Committee put
the finishing touches on its
instructions for drawing up
a proposed committee bill,
the House panel tasked with
the once-a-decade redraw-
ing of Florida's political
boundaries hit the pause
button. A committee meet-
ing and three sub-commit-
tee get-togethers were all
canceled, prompting yelps
from Democrats that they
weren't getting the full story
on the delays.
But even without a slate
of redistricting meetings,
there were plenty of politi-
cal hot potatoes to deal with,
from destination resorts to
insurance reform to a pair
of contentious claims bills.
GAMBLING
BOOM OR BUST?
The lobbying war over the
future of gambling in
Florida heated up during
the week, with some parts of
the business community
going all-in to support bring-
ing massive luxury casinos
to South Florida. Associated
Industries of Florida put its
cards on the table, saying it
would make the approval of
a destination resorts bill its
highest priority in the 2012
session.
Among the other groups
pushing lawmakers to adopt
the proposal were the Latin
Builders Association and the
Florida United Business As-
sociation, with all of the sup-
porters saying the state
could hit a jackpot worth
tens of thousands of jobs.
Other business groups say


the bill was nothing but bad
luck. The Florida Chamber
of Commerce has lined up
with Disney and the Florida
Retail Federation to say the
proposal isn't worth it.
But even after the first
committee meeting on the
proposal, it wasn't clear
where the chips might fall.
The meeting of the Senate
Regulated Industries Com-
mittee featured a panoply of
concerns from all sides.
The bill could lead to ex-
pansion of gambling in the
rest of the state, some oppo-
nents noted, though gam-
bling interests said no other
part of the state would sup-
port the $2 billion minimum
investments required by the
bill.
"There would be opportu-
nity for this across the state
of Florida if the bill was
structured differently," said
Alan Feldman, senior vice
president of MGM Resorts.
"At $2 billion, this is a South
Florida bill."
But even some gambling
lobbyists were skittish about
having too many players at
the table. Andy Abboud, vice
president of government re-
lations for Las Vegas Sands,
told lawmakers to be careful
about "market saturation."
And pari-mutuel racetracks
were worried about the
competition.
The only thing guaran-
teed was a roll of the dice.
Senate President Mike
Haridopolos told reporters
Wednesday "we will have a
vote on some type of desti-
nation resorts bill on the
floor up or down. This is not
me pushing members to
vote yes or no."
PIP SQUAWKING
Also debuting this week:
An assault on fraud that Gov
Rick Scott and others say is
costing motorists almost $1
billion a year in higher car-
insurance premiums. Scott
kicked off the drive to
change things, holding a
news conference with Cabi-
net members, law enforce-
ment officers and industry
lobbyists and blaming
staged crashes, bogus clin-
ics and unnecessary med-
ical procedures for raising


dopolos said he sees no rea-
son not to make it known to
the House that it is a prior-
ity for him to pass the bill.
"The House is very well
aware of this bill," Hari-
dopolos said, saying he did-
n't think the house "will
want to play games any-
more," and urged them to
"do th~e right thing."
LEAVING THE
TAJ MVAHAL
But at least one Capitol
saga seemed to be inching
toward a conclusion. Em-
battled First District Court
of Appeal Judge Paul
Hawkes said he would re-
sign Jan. 4, ending one
chapter of the embarrassing
saga over the court's lavish
new headquarters and
short-circuiting an inquiry
into Hawkes' role in the
controversy.
Hawkes' resignation let-
ter to Scott never mentioned
the looming Judicial Quali-
fications Commission hear-
ing set to begin Jan. 30, but
the case has drawn atten-
tion for the sharply critical
legal briefings filed by both
sides, which had included
quotes from former Gov Jeb
Bush, "Alice in Wonder-
land" and Shakespeare to
highlight their points.
The crux of the dispute,
though, was Hawkes' role in
the construction of his
court's lavish new building
On the outskirts of Tallahas-
see and what Special Coun-
sel Wallace Pope
characterized as Hawkes'
browbeating and demean-
ing style of leadership.
But there were also fears
that shutting down the JQC
hearings could keep Florld-
ians in the dark about how


the proposal for a new home
for the court morphed into
the palatial "Taj Mahal"
courthouse.
"The taxpayers, the citi-
zens of Florida, will never
get many questions an-
swered, unfortunately," said
Sen. Mike Fasano, a New
Port Richey Republican
who was one of Hawkes'
most vocal critics.
Along those lines, House
Democratic Leader Ron
Saunders called for an in-
vestigation into how Florida
lawmakers funded the $50
million structure.
"I am concerned that as
we enter a legislative ses-
sion where budget cuts will
be considered that could
cause great harm to needy
infants and senior citizens,
it remains unclear how this
lavish facility got approved
for funding, Saunders, D-
Key West, wrote in a letter to
House Appropriations Com-
mittee Chairwoman Rep.
Denise Grimsley, R-Sebring.
STORY OF THE
WEEK: The debate over a
controversial proposal to
bring luxury casinos to
Florida expected to be
one of the most heavily-lob-
bied measures in the 2012
legislative session begins
in earnest.
QUOTE OF THE
WEEK: "I had three points I
was going to make and I
thought, 'Oh boy. I hope I re-
member the three.'" Gov
Rick Scott, to The Palm
Beach Post, talking about his
interview with the paper's
editorial board. Scott was
referring to a gaffe by Texas
Gov Rick Perry, Scott's po-
litical hero, during a recent
presidential debate.


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the cost of personal injury attorneys won't like it."
protection insurance. CLAIMING VICTORIES?
"It's a $900 million tax on Two claims bills that are
consumers," Scott told re- priorities of Senate Presi-
porters and lobbyists repre- dent Mike Haridopolos also
senting physicians, got started along the legisla-
hospitals, plaintiff's attor- tive path, but one of them
neys, providers and insur- still threatened to turn into
ance companies. "Crashes a lobbyist food-fight.
are down but costs are up. The Senate Rules Com-
That makes absolutely no mittee voted 9-1to move for-
sense. It's happening be- ward with SB 4, which calls
cause our current laws are for the Broward County
being taken advantage of." Sheriff's Office to pay
The next dayHouse and $15.575 million to Eric
Senate members began Brody, who suffered debili-
gauging proposals that tating injuries in a 1998 car
would make a number of accident with a sheriff's
changes to rules surround- deputy.
ing the $10,000 benefit cre- A lobbyist for the sheriff's
ated in the 1970s to office insurer said the billis
encourage injured mo- part of a "scheme" by
tourists to seek medical at- Brody's attorneys to bring
tention and stay out of court. what is known as a bad-faith
A House proposal would lawsuit against his client,
limit rates and the number despite the insurer's will-
of chiropractic or massage ingness to pay $8.5 million
treatments within a 12- to Brody to settle the dis-
month period for accident pute that was rebuffed.
victims, cap attorneys fees But Lance Block, an attor-
for legal cases and ban ben- ney for Brody, said $8.5 mil-
efits to recipients who sub- lion would not cover the
mit fraudulent or costs to care for the
exaggerated claims. Insur- Broward County man, who
ance companies would also suffered brain damage and
face new regulations. was in a coma for six
The Senate also began months after the accident.
looking at efforts to craft a Rules Chairman John
solution at a midweek hear- Thrasher, R-St. Augustine,
ing. Likely areas would in- implored the two sides to try
clude placing restrictions or to reach an agreement to
bans on attorney referral end the dispute.
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WASHINGTON If the
deficit-cutting supercommit-
tee fails, Congress will face a
crummy choice. Lawmakers
can allow payroll tax cuts
and jobless aid for millions
to expire or they can extend
them and increase the na-
tion's $15 trillion debt by at
least $160 billion.
President Barack Obama
and Democrats on the deficit
panel want to use the com-
mittee's product to carry
their jobs agenda. That in-
cludes cutting in half the 6.2
percent Social Security pay-
roll tax and extending job-
less benefits for people who
have been unemployed for
more than six months.
Also caught up in what
promises to be a chaotic leg-
islative dash for the exits
next month is the need to
pass legislation to prevent
an almost 30 percent cut in
Medicare payments to doc-
tors. Several popular busi-
ness tax breaks and relief
from the alternative mini-
mum tax also expire at
year's end.
A debt plan from the su-
percommittee, it was hoped,
would have served asa
sturdy, filibuster-proof vehi-
cle to tow all of these expir-
ing provisions into law. But
after months of negotiations,
Republicans and Democrats
were far apart on any possi-
ble compromise, and there
was no indication of
progress Saturday.
Failure by the committee
would leave lawmakers lit-
tle time to pick up the
pieces. And there's no guar-
antee it all can get done, es-
pecially given the impact of
those measures on the spi-
raling debt.
Instead of cutting the
deficit with a tough, biparti-
san budget deal, Congress
could pivot to spending
enormous sums on expiring
big-ticket policies.
If lawmakers rebel
against the cost, as is possi-
ble, they would bear respon-
sibility for allowing policies
such as the payroll tax cut,
enacted a year ago to help
prop up the economy, to
lapse.


Republicans.
"I've made it pretty clear
that those savings that are
coming to us as a result of
the wind-down of the war in
Iraq and the war in
Afghanistan should be
banked, should not be used
to offset other spending,
said House Speaker John
Boehner, R-Ohio. He did
not address whether war
savings could be used to ex-
tend expiring tax cuts.
Those savings are the nat-
ural result of national secu-
rity strategies unrelated to
the federal budget. Deficit
hawks say tapping into
them is simply an account-
ing gimmick.
"It's just the worst of all
worlds if that were to hap-
pen," said Maya
Mac Guineas, president of
the Committee for a Re-
sponsible Federal Budget.
But without the war
money at their disposal,
lawmakers simply can't pay
for the payroll tax cut and
jobless benefits. Liberals
such as Durbin are fine with
employing deficit financing,
especially if the alternative
is playing Scrooge just be-
fore the holidays.
"Many people will hate to
go home for Christmas say-
ing to the American people,
'Merry Christmas, your pay-
roll taxes go up 2 percent
Jan. 1 and unemployment
benefits are cut off."'"


Associated Press

One of Delaware's most
troubled environmental
sites, the abandoned
Metachem site, is being con-
sidered by state and federal
officials for its potential to
produce clean energy.
The 65-acre site near
Delaware City is being
paved over to keep chemi-
cals spilled at the plant from
continuing to leach into
groundwater. That has lim-
ited possible reuses for the
property, which was the site
of several large chemical
spills and was placed on the
federal Environmental Pro-
tection Agency's list of most
hazardous waste sites in
1987.
Originally owned by Stan-
dard Chlorine of Delaware,
and later Metachem, the
plant manufactured chlori-
nated benzene compounds
from 1966 to 2002. Several
large spills have occurred at
the site, including a 1986
spill of 569,000 gallons of
volatile organic compounds.
Chemicals from the spill
have been found in ground-
water, soil, creek sediments,
surface water and nearby
wetlands, leading to a fish
consumption advisory for
the Red Lion Creek.
Now, with the help of a
new EPA program, solar


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The U.S. Capitol building is seen Saturday, Nov. 19, in Wash-
ington. The six Democrats and six Republicans on the su-
percommittee, as it's familiarly called, have until Wednesday,
Nov. 23, to come together on a deficit reduction plan.


Last year's extensions of
jobless benefits and first-
ever cut in the payroll tax
were accomplished with
borrowed money
The 2 percent payroll tax
cut expiring in December
gave 121 million families a
tax cut averaging $934 last
year at a total cost of about
$120 billion, according to the
Tax Policy Center.
Obama wants to cut the
payroll tax by another per-
centage point for workers at
a total cost of $179 billion
and reduce the employer
share of the tax in half as
well for most companies,
which carries a $69 billion
price tag.
"The notion of imposing a
new payroll tax on people
after Jan. 1 in the midst of
this recession on working
families is totally counter-
productive," said Sen. Dick
Durbin of Illinois, the No. 2
Democrat in the Senate.
Letting extended jobless
assistance expire would
mean that more than 6 mil-
lion people would lose ben-
efits averaging $296 a week
next year, with 1.8 million
cut off within a month.
Economist say those job-
less benefits up to 99
weeks of them in high unem-
ployment states are
among the most effective
way to stimulate the econ-
omy because unemployed
people generally spend the
money right away.
"We will have to address
those issues," Durbin said.


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long-term unemployed
would cost almost $50 billion
under Obama's plan. Pre-
venting the Medicare pay-
ment cuts to doctors for an
additional 18 months to two
years would in all likelihood
cost $26 billion to $32 billion
more.
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hoped to renew some tax
breaks for business and
prevent the alternative
minimum tax from sticking
more than 30 million tax-
payers with higher tax bills.
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dressed retroactively next
year, but only increase the
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nervous consumers and
investors.
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CITRUS COUvNT (FL) CHRONICLE


Associated Press

ABOARD AIR FORCE
ONE China signaled a
gradual evolution toward
resolving quarrels with its
Asian neighbors over dis-
puted waters of the South
China Sea, a senior U.S. ad-
ministration official said
Saturday, describing the
development as an encour-
aging step forward in eas-
ing tensions over the
busiest trade route in the
world.
Chinese Premier Wen Ji-
abao offered a measured
response after 16 of the 18
leaders attending a major
Asian summit raised the
issue of maritime security,
primarily on the South
China Sea. The topic has
been a thorny issue, with
tChhinaslaying cam soe rl o
Southeast Asian nations
claim parts of it.
The U.S. official said
Wen seemed reluctant to
discuss the dispute during
a retreat by the Asian lead-
ers, but responded after
President Barack Obama
raised it.
The official spoke to re-
porters aboard Air Force
One on the condition of
anonymity to discuss a sen-
sitive diplomatic subject.
Obama and Wen talked Sat-
urday in a surprise meeting
On the sidelines of a major
Asian summit, focusing on
the economic matters that
have prompted disputes
between the two major
world powers.
The session was not a for-
mally planned moment of
diplomacy but rather a late
add-on to let the two men
continue their conversa-
tion from a group dinner
the night before.
The South China Sea dis-
putes were discussed only
briefly in that meeting, offi-
cials said. Instead, Obama
and Wen focused on topics
such as China currency.

brad~c stern hi sWens 1 l
Obama that China has
made strides in reforming
its currency exchange and
will continue to do so.
Wen also said the world's
grim economy made it
practical and necessary for
China and the U.S. to
strengthen their economic
and trade relationship,
CCTV reported.
"We have a very compli-
cated and quite substantial
rela intshhipb "t Whdinta

House National Security
Adviser Tom Donilon told
reporters after the one-on-
one session.
"We do have economic is-
sues, they are around the
proper contribution that


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Associated Press
U.S. President Barack Obama meets with Chinese Premier
Wen Jiabao on Saturday on the sidelines of the East Asia
Summit in Nusa Dua, on the island of Bali, Indonesia.


the Chinese make to global
growth and that goes to cur-
rency and other policies,
he added.
Donilon said Obama
stressed the importance of
China adjusting the value
of its currency, which the
United States contends is
deeply undervalued. He
said Obama and Wen also
briefly discussed territorial
disputes in the South China
Sea toward the end of their
meeting.
But Donilon also down-
played tensions between
the two powers, saying the
two countries also have
found vast areas of agree-
ment.
The Wen-Obama meet-
ing and the subsequent
discussion by Asian lead-
ers about the South China
sea came on the last leg of
Obama's nine-day Asia-Pa-
cific trip, in which he has
focused on bulking up
America's presence in the
region, including setting
up a Marine task force in
Australia, in moves largely
seen as hedges against
China's rise.
A commentary run by the

Agnyon Snaht day es g
gested China was uneasy
but not alarmed over the
renewed U.S. focus on Asia.
a"Ac ally, C ina ts we"
never considered the
United States had left the
Asia Pacific and had never
tried to squeeze it out of the
region," said the piece,
which carried the head-
line. "U.S. return to Asia
maises more questions than

The commentary noted
the U.S. was trying to court
some Asian countries, a
clear nod to recent U.S.
Overtures toward Myanmar,
and was interfering in long-
standing regional disputes,
an apparent reference to


U.S. military support for
the Philippines as it con-
fronts China in increasingly
tense disputes in the South
China Sea.
"If the United States
sticks to its Cold War men-
tality and continues to en-
gage with Asian nations in
a self-assertive way, it is
doomed to incur repulsion
in the region," it said.
China has been angered
by the U.S. stand that it
has a stake in security and
unhampered interna-
tional commerce in the
disputed territorial waters
of the South China Sea.
Wen had told a meeting of
Southeast Asian nations
Friday that "external
forces should not use any
excuse to interfere" in ter-
ritorial disputes in the
sea.
China claims all of the
sea, while several South-
east Asian nations claim
parts.
Donilon said the United
States, as a maritime
power, wants territorial dis-
putes resolved peacefully


DES MOINES, Iowa _
Most of the Republican
presidential candidates,
with the notable exception
of Mitt Romney, set their
sights on early-voting lowa
for a discussion on the role
of religious faith in public
life, along with hot-button
social issues such as mar-
riage and abortion.
The setting was a forum
Saturday night hosted by a
new evangelical group try-
ing to leave its mark on the
campaign in a state where
influential social conserva-
tives have struggled to rally
behind an alternative to
Romney. While the former
Massachusetts governor has
stayed near the top of na-
tional polls, some Republi-
can activists have
misgivings about his record
On cultural issues.
Romney's six more so-
cially conservative chal-
lenges are actively
competing in lowa to
emerge as the preferred
candidate among Chris-
tian conservatives with
just six weeks to go until


the Jan. 3 caucuses.
"People are getting close
to decision time former
Pennsylvania Sen. Rick San-
torum told The Associated
Press at a campaign stop in
Des Moines. "I think you're
going to see some coalescing
in the next couple ofweeks."
Jobs, the economy and the
deficit are voter priorities in
lowa and nationally, but it
was a focus on social issues
that drew the 2012 hopefuls
to the event sponsored by
The Family Leader
Scheduled to join Santo-
rum were Minnesota Rep.
Michele Bachmann, busi-
nessman Herman Cain,
former U.S. House
Speaker Newt Gingrich,
Texas Rep. Ron Paul and
Texas Gov Rick Perry.
Romney declined the in-
vitation and was campaign-
ing in New Hampshire. He


is not competing aggres-
sively for the social conser-
vative vote in Iowa as he did
in the 2008 presidential
race. His leaner lowa cam-
paign is focused more on
holding supporters from his
second-place finish four
years ago and appealing to
economic conservatives.
But Romney also has
avoided multicandidate
events in early-voting states,
even one this month in Iowa
by the NationalAssociation of
Manufacturers and co-hosted
by Gov Terry Branstad, a pro-
business Republican.
Former Utah Gov Jon
Huntsman also planned to
skip the event. He, too, has a
mixed record on social is-
sues, has avoided cam-
paigning in Iowa and is
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dorsement Saturday from a
traditional national assem-
bly to negotiate a security
agreement that could keep a
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tions but a future deal could
keep thousands ofAmerican
troops here for years.
The nonbinding resolu-
tion issued at the end of a


Loya Jirga assembly also
suggested some conditions
for the talks between
Afghan and American offi-
cials, including an end to
unpopular night raids by
military forces searching for
insurgents.
The more than 2,000 peo-
ple who attended the four..
day meeting asked Karzai to
ensure the United States
hands over all detainees to
Afghan custody and limits
any agreement to 10 years.
They also said the future
pact must be approved by
parliament
"We will act on the basis


Associated Press
New Haven and Yale Police
investigate the scene of an
accident at Yale Bowl Lot
D before the football game
between Yale and Harvard
on Saturday in New Haven,
Conn. The driver of a rental
truck carrying beer kegs
through a parking area be-
fore the game suddenly ac-
celerated, fatally striking a
30-year-old woman and in-
juring two other women,
police said. It's not clear
why the driver sped up,
soesman avi HaPr c:

crashed into other rental
vans in the lot, an open
playing field used for pre-
game parties before Yale
home games.

POwer lines likely
caused Reno fire
RENO, Nev.- Fire investi-
gators in Reno say arcing
power lines likely caused the
wind-fueled wild fire that de-
stroyed 32 homes.
Reno Fire Chief Mike Her-
nandez said the 2,000-acre fire
is now 65 percent contained.
He expects that to climb to
90 percent or better by
Sunday.
The nearly 10,000 people
who were evacuated on Fri-
day can start to return to their
homes.
Hernandez said there's no
official cause yet, but all signs
point to the power lines. He
said investigators ruled out
the possibility that teenage
partiers or a homeless camp-
fire was to blame.

W rr O/ BRIEFS

Egypt protest


Associated Press

PROVIDENCE, R.I.
A criminal swindle of the
nation's $64.7 billion food
stamp pr am is 1lyn
out at sma neighborho
stores around the country,
where tousand so re-
tailers are suspected of
trading deals with cus-
tomers, exchanging lesser
amounts of cash for their
stamps.


unscrupulous merchants
at face value, netting
them huge profits and di-
verting as much as $330
million in taxpayer funds
annually a year. But the
transactions are electron-
ically recorded and fed-
erat investigators, wise to
the practice, are closely
monitoring thousands of
convenience stories and
mom-and-pop groceries
in a push to halt the fraud.
Known as food stamp
trafficking, the illegal
buying or selling of food
stamps is a federal of-
fense that has resulted in
597 convictions nation-
wide and $197.4 million in
fines, restitution and for-
feiture orders, over the
past three years, accord-
ing to the U.S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture's

OGeneral Tthhe UID Tla
month awarded a 10-year
contract worth up to $25
million to Fairfax, Va.-
based SRA International
Inc., to step up the tech-
nology used to combat
fraud.
"It's misuse of the pro-
gram. It's a misuse of tax-
payer dollars at a tough
time. Not only the people
who need the program
are having a tough time,
but the people who are



non, USDA Undersecre-
tary for Food, Nutrition
and Consumer Services.
The fraud is almost al-
ways found among the
199,000 smaller stores
that process 15 percent of
the nation's total food
stamp transactions, Con-
cannon said.
In Providence, for ex-
ample, federal prosecu-
tors in August charged
former 7-Eleven fran-
chisee Syed Shah, 43, with
conspiracy for letting cus-
tomers turn in their
stamps for lesser amounts
of cash and purchase
items like soap, over-the-
counter medication and
laundry detergent that
are not allowed under
USDA rules, court
records show. Federal
agents began investigat-
ing Shah's store in July
2008ents said the practice
brought an increase in
sales.
Christopher Robinson,
a USDA special agent,
said Shah "believed that
if they did not give cus-
tomers cash for the food
stamp benefits then they
would lose that business."
Shah has been given a
chance to negotiate a plea
deal, court records show.
His attorney, Scott Lutes,
declined comment.
The modern food stamp
program was created in
1977 to help low-income
families. Benefits are
loaded onto plastic debit
cards that can only be re-
deemed at authorized
stores. More than 45 mil-
lion people were receiv-
ing benefits as of August,
according to program fig-
ures, nearly half of them
children.


Associated Press
Afghan delegates listen to a speech by Afghan President
Hamid Karzal on the last day of Loya Jirga or grand council
Saturday in Kabul, Afghanistan.
of your consultation," As part of a future deal,
Karzai told the assembled both sides envision a force of
delegates. several thousand U.S. troops'
"I am very happy that you who would train Afghan
have accepted it and have forces and help with coun-
put lots of conditions on it." terterrorism operations.


Associated Press
A woman waves a pre-Gadhafi flag Saturday during a celebration of the capture of Seif al-Islam Gadhafi in Tripoli,
Libya. Seif al-Islam Gadhafi, considered Moammar Gadhafi's heir apparent, long drew Western favor by touting him-
self as a liberalizing reformer but then staunchly backed his father in his brutal crackdown on rebels in the regime's
final days. Moammar Gadhafi's second son, 39, went underground as Tripoli fell to revolutionary forces in late Au-
gust and his whereabouts remained unknown even after Gadhafi was captured and killed by revolutionary forces
Oct. 20.


Libyans rejoice af ier Gadbaji former beir apparent caught


Associated Press

ZINTAN, Libya Moammar
Gadhafi's former heir apparent Seif
al-Islam was captured by revolu-
tionary fighters in the southern
desert Saturday just over a month
after his father was killed, setting
off joyous celebrations and closing
the door on the possibility that the
fugitive son could stoke further
insurrection.
Seif al-Islam, once seen as a voice
of reform in an eccentric and re-
viled regime, now faces the
prospect of trial before an interna-
tional or Libyan court to answer for
the alleged crimes of his late fa-
ther's four-decade rule.
Thunderous celebratory gunfire
shook the Libyan capital of Tripoli
and other cities after Libyan offi-
cials said Seif al-Islam, who haS
been charged by the International
Criminal Court for crimes against
humanity, had been detained deep
in the southern desert, about 30
miles west of the town of Obari in
an area that borders Niger, Mali
and Algeria.
"I am hopeful that the capture of
Gadhafi's son is the beginning of a
chapter of transparency and
democracy and freedom," Libya's
interim Prime Minister Abdur-
rahim el-Keib at a news conference
in the mountain town of Zintan,
where Seif al-Islam was taken after
his capture.
ICC prosecutor Luis Moreno
Ocampo told The Associated Press
he will travel to Libya next week
for talks with the country's transi-
tional government on where the
trial will take place. Ocampo said
while national governments have
the first right to try their own citi-
zens for war crimes, his primary
goal was to ensure Seif al-Islam has
a fair trial.
"The good news is that Seif al-
Islam is arrested, he is alive, and
now he will face justice," Ocampo
Said in an interview in The Hague.


Associated Press
Protesters help a wounded
man during clashes with
Egyptian riot police Satur-
day in Tahrir Square in
Cairo, Egypt. Thousands of
police clashed with pro-
testers for control of the
square Saturday after se-
curity forces tried to stop
activists from staging a
long-term sit-in there. The
violence took place just
nine days before Egypt's
first elections since the
ousting of longtime Presi-
dent Hosni Mubarak in
February.


Chevron not
prepared for spill
SAO PAULO U.S.-
based Chevron Corp. was
not prepared for the offshore
oil leak at one of its wells, the
head of environmental affairs
for Brazil's federal police said
Saturday
Fabio Scliar said Chevron
personnel at the well told his
investigators that they were
"completely unprepared to
handle an emergency such
as this." He spoke to The As-
sociated Press by telephone.
He said Chevron was
alerted to the spill Nov.7 by
Brazil's state-run oil company
Petrobras, which operates a
well in a nearby region.
lbama, Brazil's environ-
mental protection agency,
said Friday that nearly
110,000 gallons of oil may
have spilled into the Atlantic.
--From wire reports


Associated Press
A revolutionary fighter flashes the victory sign while a child rides on his
shoulders Saturday during a celebration of the capture of Seif al-Islam Gad-
hafi in Tripoli, Libya.


has struggled to consolidate control
over the country and form a new
government after months of vio-
lence and the refusal of several
armed factions to lay down their
weapons or join the national
forces. International rights groups
also have documented widespread
prisoner abuse mainly aimed at
former Gadhafi supporters, casting
doubt on reconciliation efforts as
the country tries to forge a
democracy.
The emergence of Seif al-Islam
as the only Gadhafi in custody to
face justice posed a major test of
the interim government's commit-
ment to human rights and the rule
of law. The murky circumstances
surrounding the deaths of the re-
viled Libya leader and another son,
Muatassim, on Oct. 20, and the de-
cision to lay their bodies out for
public viewing drew widespread
criticism. The international com-
munity called on Libyan authori-
ties to ensure Seif al-Islam was
treated humanely


"Where and how, we will discuss it"
Seif al-Islam's capture leaves
only former intelligence chief Ab-
dullah al-Senoussi wanted by the
ICC, which indicted the two men
along with Gadhafi in June for un-
leashing a campaign of murder and
torture to suppress the uprising
against the Gadhafi regime that
broke out in mid-February. Protests
inspired by the so-called Arab
Spring sweeping the region soon es-
calated into a civil war, with NATO
launching airstrikes under a U.N.-
mandate to protect civilians.
Photos and video clips showed
Seif al-Islam wearing brown
robes and a turban in the style of
ethnic Tuaregs, a nomadic com-
munity that spans the desert bor-
der area of Niger, Mali, Libya,
Algeria and Chad and long fought
for his father's regime. In some,
he was bundled onto an airplane
that apparently carried him to
Zintan, 85 miles southwest of
Tripoli.
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Natural beauty, recreational bliss so close to home


JOE KORNECKI lII
Special to the Chronicle



real Florida beauty:

Inglis-Recreation and
M~arjorie Harris Carr
Cross Florida Greenway
at its western section.

This section of the Greenway is
within or near five bodies of water (nat-
ural or man-made): Lake Rousseau,
Withlacoochee River, Rainbow River,
Cross Florida Barge Canal and the Gulf
of Mexico.
The Inglis Island Trails are great for
hiking and can be accessed at the Inglis
Dam and Recreation off U.S. 19, south


of the bridge
that goes over
the Cross
Florida Barge
Canal. The are
about four
miles of trails
that offer an
array of differ-
ent terrain: cy-
press swamp,
pine flatwoods


and mixed hardwood hammocks.
Different views from the trail include
great views of Lake Rousseau, which is
man-made and is bordered by Levy
County to the north, Marion County to
the east and Citrus County to the south.
Great views of the Cross Florida
Barge Canal can be enjoyed on the
trails. Manatees can sometimes be seen
in the Withlacoochee River on the trail
west of the boat ramp at the dam area

sbo nd eon Ie Rusoea anhe
Withlacoochee River: Bass, perch, cat-
fish and shellerackers are among the
fish anglers can reel in. The recre-
ational area is also great for canoeing,


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Manatees float peacefully in the Withlacoochee River near the Inglis Dam and Recreation Area. IBELO V: Looking out over the
Gulf of Mexico from an observation deck at the end of the Withlacoochee Trail.


kayaking and boating.
Just to the north of the Inglis Dam
and Recreation Area is the Withla-
coochee Bay Trail, which extends west
from the Felburn Park Trailhead five
miles to the Gulf of Mexico. Half of the
trail is along the Cross Florida Barge
Canal (which is great for fishing and
boating), and also empties into the gulf.
Activities that can be enjoyed are hik-


ing, rollerblading, biking and horse-
back riding.
Red cedar and sabal palm trees are
abundant along the trail and there are
a few overlook stations along the trail.
There is salt marsh habitat as you near
the gulf. You can also access the prop-
erty to the gulf by the Bay Trail with
your vehicle by going west down a dirt
road with mileage signs, just off U.S. 19


south of the bridge.
There is a launch area near the end
of the dirt road where you can launch a
canoe or kayak and go out into the Gulf.
There are islands offshore in the Gulf
that are great for recreation, to take in
a sunset or camp overnight. If you get
lucky, you may even spot dolphins.
Get outside and experience this great
section of the Cross Florida Greenway.


Readers are invited to
send a photograph from
their Dream Vacation with a
brief description of the trip.
If it's selected as a win-
ner, it will be published in
the Sunday Chronicle. At
the end of the year, a
panel of judges will select
the best photo during the
year and that photograph


will win a prize.
Please avoid photos
with dates on the print.
Photos should be sent
to the Chronicle at 1624
N. Meadowerest Blvd.,
Crystal River, FL 34429
or dropped off at the
Chronicle office in Inver-
ness, Crystal River or any
Accent Travel Office.


ON THE WEB:
www.florida
greenwaysand
trails.0rg/cfg
a www.Iake
rousseau.com


IF YOU GO:

MWhere: Inglis Dam and Recreation Area, five miles
north of Crystal River off U.S. 19 south of the bridge.
Turn off on West Riverwood Road and follow to the
recreation area. Felburn Trailhead is just south of the
bridge off U.S. 19 at the end of Suncoast Boulevard.


In the Andes

Norbert and Cecilia Frenkel of Hernando, with granddaughters Gabriella and
Alessandra, visited the Andes Mountains in Ecuador. Here, they make the ac-
quaintance of a Ilama and a vicuna on their way to the city of Otavalo.

Special to the Chronicle


DREAM
VsCAT O N S


The Chronicle and The
Accent Travel Group are
sponsoring a photo con-
test for readers of the
newspaper.




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CITRUS COUvNT (FL) CHRONICLE


SVeterans N OT ES
caps will show that the member
has done his part in helping the
AFA in accomplishing our mis-
sion to educate, advocate and
support.
For more information, call
Mike Emig, Florida state/region
president, at (352) 854-8328.
I The U.S. Air Force is look-
ing for prior enlisted men and
women from all services inter-
ested in both direct duty assign-
ments in previously obtained
career fields or retraining into se-
lect career fields.
"A nationwide drive is under
way to fill openings requiring


skills many veterans already pos-
sess," said SSgt. Eric Hurley,
from Invemess. "Some of the ca-
reers include aircraft electron-
ics/mechanical areas, cyber
operation fields, and various
other specialties.
Enlisted career openings that
include the opportunities to re-
train consist of special operations
positions and unmanned aerial
vehicle." Assignment locations
are based on Air Force needs.
For more information, call
(352) 476-4915.


H Due to space considera-
tions, the Veterans Notes some-
times contain only basic
information regarding each post
For more information about activ-
ities, meals and more for a spe-
cific post, call or email that post .
H Red Tail Memorial Chap-
ter 136 of the Air Force Associ-
ation announces the end of the
year Recruiting Contest. AFA
chapter members are asked to
recruit one new member before
Dec. 31 to receive a new chapter
logo ball cap. If they recruit three
new members, they will receive a
master recruiter ball cap. Both


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Choice Award for Best Community Organization from Chief Master Sgt. (retired) John Stew-
art of Operation Welcome Home to pay tribute to her work with Operation Welcome Home
in Citrus County. In addition to that work, Mills has taken on another role as a member of
the West Central Florida Honor Flight Board of Directors (WCFHF). WCFHF organizes and
raises the money to pay for Honor Flights that take World War II veterans to Washington,
D.C., to visit the World War II Memorial that was completed in 2004, but that many veter-
ans have never seen. Each of the chartered flights costs about $75,000 and Citrus County
Honor Flight, started by Mills, is collecting donations to pay for World War II veterans from
Citrus County to be included on these flights (at about $400 per veteran). Donations may
be made by dropping off a check made out to Citrus County Honor Flight at any of the five
Citrus County Capital City Banks, or mailing them to: Capital City Bank, 1500 N. U.S. High-
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H Citrus County Veterans
Coalition has a new building
holding freezers, refrigerators
and all necessary requirements
to feed veterans in need. Food
donations and volunteers are
always welcomed and needed.
The new CCVC location is
on the DAV property in Inver-
ness at the corner of Paul and
Independence, just off State
Road 41 north. Hours of opera-
tion are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tues-
day and Thursday.
Appointments are encouraged
by calling (352) 400-8952.
CCVC general meetings are
at 6 p.m. the fourth Thursday of
the month in the County Veter-
ans Service Office classroom at
the Citrus County Resource
Center, next to the V.A. Clinic
off County Road 491 in
Lecanto. All honorably dis-
charged veterans, their
spouses, widows and widow-
ers, along with other veterans'
Organizations and current coali-
tion members are welcome.
Members are encouraged to
attend the Board of Director
Meetings at 10 a.m. the fourth
Thursday monthly at the DAV
building in Inverness, 1039 N.
Paul Drive off U.S. 41.
Come see what the Citrus
Veterans Coalition is all about,
and if you feel you can assist in
the "Veterans Helping Veter-
ans" program, please come on
board as a member.
We provide food supple-
ments and non perishable foods
to needy veterans through our
"Veterans Food Pantry." We
provide assistance to needy
and disabled veterans and their
families with minor repairs to
their homes through the gen-
erosity of volunteers who are in
the plumbing, electrical and
construction industry. We also
provide funds for annual schol-
arships to veterans' family
members who apply through
their school counseling serv-
ices.
Annual membership donation
is $10 for a calendar year or
$25 for three years. The CCVC
is a nonprofit corporation, and
your donations are tax de-
ductible. Current members
should check their membership
card for expiration dates, and
renew with Gary Williamson at
(352) 527-4537 or at the meet-
ing. Visit www.ccycfl.org.
I Blanton-Thompson
American Legion Post 155,
6585 W. Gulf-to-Lake Highway,
Crystal River. For information
about the post and its activities,
call Cmdr. Jay Conti Sr. at (352)


VETERANS


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2011 A15


Special to the Current
Crystal River Village resident and U.S. Army veteran Bill
Pickett stands beside the banner honoring CRV veterans
during Military Appreciation Week.


Special to the Chronicle
Nature Coast Lodge Assisted Living Facility hosted a ceremony honoring its veterans Nov.
11 with a Veterans Day prayer, along with the raising of the POW flag. AHl the lodge's vet-
erans were presented with a certificate of appreciation.


795-6526 or visit
www. postl 55.org.
American Legion Auxiliary
Unit 155 meets at 7:30 p.m. the
fourth Tuesday of every month
at the post. The American Le-
gion Auxiliary is the world's
largest women's patriotic serv-
ice organization with nearly 1
million members in 10,100
communities. The principles of
the American Legion Auxiliary
are to serve veterans, their
families and the community.
Eligibility in the Auxiliary is
open to: mothers, wives, sis-
ters, daughters, granddaugh-
ters, great-granddaughters or
grandmothers of members of
the American Legion and of de-
ceased veterans who served
during war time (also stepchil-
dren); stepchildren; and female
veterans who served during
war time. Call President Shawn
Mikulas, (352) 503-5325, or
membership chairman Barbara
Logan, (352) 795-4233.
For more information about
the American Legion, call Amer-
ican Legion Post 155 Com-
mander Jay Conti Sr. at (352)
795-6526 or visit the website at
www. Postl 55.org.
H H.F. Nesbitt VFW Post
10087, Beverly Hills, offers
meals, bingo, golf, karaoke and
pool. Review the monthly
newsletter for activities and up-
dates, and call the post at (352)
746-0440. The VFWV Post
10087 is off County Road 491,
directly behind Superior Bank.


I Edward W. Penno VFW
Post 4864, 10199 N. Citrus
Springs Blvd., Citrus Springs,
(352) 465-4864.
The post will be closed on
Thanksgiving Day and there will
be no Friday dinner on Nov. 25.
Information regarding any
post events is available at the
post or call (352) 465-4864.
H Disabled American Vet-
erans Chapter No. 70 meets
at 2 p.m. the second Tuesday
monthly at the chapter hall,
1039 N. Paul Drive, Inverness,
at the intersection of Independ-
ence Highway and U.S. 41. The
chapter hall is on the corner of
Independence Highway and
Paul Drive.
Chapter No. 70 welcomed a
new adjutant, Ken Stewart. The
past adjutant, John Seaman, is
the chapter's chaplain. Other
chapter officers remain the
same.
We thank veterans for their
service and welcome any dis-
abled veteran to join us from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. any Tuesday or
Thursday at the chapter hall.
Anyone who knows a disabled
veteran or their family who re-
quires assistance is asked to
call Commander Richard Floyd
at (352) 726-5031 or Ken Stew-
art at (352) 419-0207.
Service Officer Joe McClister
is available to assist any vet-
eran or dependents with their
disability claim by appointment.
Call (352) 3464 and leave a
message.


Veterans who wish to sched-
ule an appointment for trans-
portation to the VA medical
center in Gainesville should call
the veterans' service office at
(352) 527-5915.
For more information about
chapter activities, veterans'
benefits or membership, Call
Ken Stewart at (352) 419-0207;
leave a message, if desired,
should the machine answer.
H Disabled American Vet-
erans Auxiliary Unit No. 70
meets at 2 p.m. the second
Tuesday of the month at the
chapter hall, 1039 N. Paul
Drive, Inverness.
The auxiliary is raffling a
homemade, hand-sewn,
queen-size quilt; tickets are $1.
Drawing will be Dec. 12. The
winner need not be present.
Winner will be notified by phone
if not present. The drawing ben-
efits Christmas for needy chil-
dren.
The auxiliary plans a visit to
the VA nursing homes) and
needs toiletry items such as
packaged razors, combs, hair-
brushes, toothbrushes, sham-
poos and deodorant to fill ditty
bags, They are also accepting
cotton material and yarn to
make ditty bags, lap robes,
wheelchair and walker bags for
disabled veterans.
The auxiliary membership
has grown to include many
more extended families. Call
Auxiliary Commander Linda
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H American Legion, Beverly Hills
Memorial Post 237, 4077 N. Lecanto
Highway, in the Beverly Plaza, invites all
eligible veterans and their families to visit
our post and consider joining our Legion
family: American Legion, Sons of the
American Legion (SAL), or American Le-
gion Auxiliary (ALA). Color Guard/Honor
Guard accepting volunteers.
American Legion Riders Chapter now
being formed. The dart tournament at 3
p.m. Sunday has started again. Visit the
post for printed schedule or visit the web-
site at www.post237.org. For information,
call the post at (352) 746-5018.
I The Korean War Veterans Associa-
tion, Citrus Chapter 192 meets at the
VFW Post 10087, Beverly Hills, at 1 p.m.
the first Tuesday monthly. Any veteran
who has seen honorable service in any of
the Armed Forces of the U.S. is eligible for
membership if said service was within
Korea, including territorial waters and air-
space, at any time from Sept. 3, 1945, to
the present or if said service was outside
of Korea from June 25, 1950, to Jan. 31,
1955. For information, call Hank Butler at
(352) 563-2496, Neville Anderson at (352)
344-2529 or Bob Hermanson at (352)
489-0728.
I Allen-Rawls American Legion Post
77 and Auxiliary Unit 77 meet the first
Thursday monthly at the Inverness High-
lands Civic Center at 4375 Little Al Point
Road, Inverness. Call Post Cmdr. Norman
Brumett at (352) 860-2981 or Auxiliary
president Marie Cain at (352) 637-5915.
I U.S. Submarine Veterans (USSVI)-
Sturgeon Base meets at 11 a.m. the first
Saturday monthly at the American Legion
Post 155, 6585 W. Gulf-to-Lake Highway,
Crystal River. Visitors and interested par-
ties are always welcome. Call Base Cmdr.
Billy Wein at (352) 726-5926.
H American Legion Post 166 meets
1:30 p.m., first Saturday monthly at the
Dumas-Hartson VFW Post 8189 Ladies
Auxiliary facility on Veterans Drive, Ho-
mosassa, on the west side of U.S. 19 at
Dixon's Auto Sales across from Harley-
Davidson. We meet in the small building
to the left of the main building. All former
and current post members, as well as all
interested veterans, are cordially invited to
be a part of American Legion Post 166.
For information about the post or the
American Legion, call and leave a mes-
sage for the post commander at (352)
697-1749. Your call will be returned within
24 to 48 hours.
I Seabee Veterans of America (SVA)
Island X-23 welcomes all Seabees and
Honeybees to its monthly meeting at
10:30 a.m. the third Tuesday monthly at
Citrus Hills Country Club, Rose and
Crown restaurant, Citrus Hills. Call John

Lo C tru~s 0/384 Vitre 1219 and Ca-
bane 1219 conducts its meetings at 7
p.m. the second Thursday monthly at the
American Legion Post 155 on State Road
44 in Crystal River (6585 E. Gulf-to-Lake
Highway). For more information about the
40/8, call the Chef De Gare Tom Smith at
(352) 601-3612; for the Cabane, call La
President Carol Kaiserian at (352) 746-
1959; or visit us on the Web at
www. Postl 55.org.

Gu r~d Veera a dU Mr~canA eaide
Veterans of World War II meets at 11:30
a.m. the second Saturday monthly at Kally
K's, 3383 U.S. 19 in Spring Hill.
I Aaron A. Weaver Chapter 776 Mili-
tary Order of the Purple Heart (MOPH)
meets at 2 p.m. the third Tuesday of Janu-


ary, March, May, July, September and No-
vember. All combat-wounded veterans,
lineal descendants, next of kin, spouses
and siblings of Purple Heart recipients are
cordially invited to attend and to join the
ranks of Chapter 776. To learn more about
Aaron A. Weaver Chapter 776 MOPH,
visit the chapter's website at www.cit-
ruspurpleheart.org or call (352) 382-3847.
I Marine Corps League, Samuel R.
Wall Detachment 1139 will conduct its
regular meeting at 7 p.m. the third
Wednesday monthly at DAV Post 70 in In-
verness at the intersection of Independ-
ence Highway and U.S. 41 North. All
Marines are welcome. Call Jerry Cecil at
(352) 726-0834 or Wayne Howard at
(352) 634-5254.
I Marine Corps League Citrus De-
tachment 819 meets at 7 p.m. the last
Thursday monthly at VFW Post 10087 on
Vet Lane in Beverly Hills, behind Superior
Bank. Social hour follows. All Marines and
FMF Corpsmen are welcome. Meet new
friends and discuss past glories. Call Mor-
gan Patterson at (352) 746-1135, Ted Ar-
chambault at (352) 382-0462 or Bion St.
Bernard at (352) 697-2389.
I Gilley-Long-Osteen VFW Post
8698 is at 520 State Road 40 E., Inglis,
one mile east of U.S. 19. The Men's Auxil-
iary meets at 7 p.m. the second Monday.
LAVFW meets at 5 p.m. and the member-
ship meeting is at 6:30 p.m. the third
Wednesday at the post.
Call the post at (352) 447-3495 for infor-
mation about the post and its activities.
I Fleet Reserve Association, Branch
186 will meet at 3 p.m. the third Thursday
monthly at the DAV Building, Independ-
ence Highway and U.S. 41 North, Inver-
ness. Call Bob Huscher, secretary, at
(352) 344-0727.
I American Legion Herbert Surber
Post 225 meets at 7 p.m. the third Thurs-
day monthly at the New Testament Baptist
Church of Floral City, 9850 S. Parkside
Ave. adjoining Floral Park, southeast side.
All eligible veterans are welcome to join.
I Landing Ship Dock (LSD) sailors
meet at Denny's in Crystal River at 2 p.m.
the fourth Thursday monthly. Call Jimmie
at (352) 621-0617.
H Attention: USS Columbus vets -
Navy and Marine Corps shipmates who
served on the USS Columbus CA-74/CG-
12 from 1944 through 1976 and the USS
Columbus (SSN-762) past and present, if
you would like to share memories and ca-
maraderie with old friends and make new
ones, contact Allen R. Hope, president,
3828 Hobson Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46815-
4505; call (260) 486-2221 between 8 a.m.
and 5 p.m. Eastern Time; fax (260) 492-
9771, or email Hope4391@ frontier.com.


WE WANT YOUR PHOTOS
H Photos need to be in sharp
focus.
a Photos need to be in proper ex-
posure.
a When identifying persons in your
photo, do so from left to right.
If desired, include the name of
the photographer for credit.
Photos submitted electronically
should be in maximum-resolu-
tion JPEG (.jpg) format.
m Photos cannot be returned with-
out a self-addressed, stamped
envelope.
Call (352) 563-5660 or email
com munity@chron icleon line.com.


tinued from Page A15


Brice at (352) 560-3867 or Adjutant Lynn
Armitage at (352) 341-5334 for informa-
tion.
H Eugene Quinn VFW Post 4337 and
Ladies Auxiliary, 906 State Road 44 E.,
Inverness.
Happy Thanksgiving with turkey and all
the fixins' at the post at 2 p.m. Thursday,
Nov. 24. Members eat free and guests are
$5.
The public is welcome to joion the post
family from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 26,
for a fried chicken dinner; cost is $6.
Music by Mad Cow from 5 to 9 p.m.
Call the post at (352) 344-3495 for infor-
mation about all post activities, or visit the
website at www.vfw4337.org.
I The American Legion Wall-Rives
Post 58 and Auxiliary, 10730 U.S. 41,
Dunnellon.
For information about activities and the
post, call Carl Boos at (352) 489-3544.
I Rolling Thunder Chapter 7, a
POWIM IA awareness group, meets at 10
a.m. second Saturday at the VFW Post
10087 in Beverly Hills. Call Bob Bruno,
secretary, at (352) 201-1228.
HA Marine Corps League Ladies
Auxiliary Citrus Unit meets at 1 p.m. the
third Tuesday monthly at the VFW in Bev-
erly Hills. New members are welcome.
Membership fee is $30 a year. Female rel-
atives ages 16 or older who are a wife,
widow, mother, stepmother, sister, daugh-
ter, stepdaughter, grandmother, grand-
daughter, aunt or daughter-in-law of
honorably discharged Marines and FMF
Corpsmen are eligible to belong to the
Marine Corps League. Female Marines
(former, active and reserves) and associ-
ate members are eligible for MCLA mem-
bership. Call President Elaine Spikes at
(352) 860-2400 or Secretary/Treasurer
Joan Cecil at (352) 726-0834 for informa-
tion.
H Hunger and Homeless Coalition -
Anyone who knows of a homeless veteran
in need of food, haircut, voter ID, food
stamps, medical assistance or more blan-
kets is asked to call Ed Murphy at the
Hunger and Homeless Coalition at (352)
382-0876, or pass along this phone num-
ber to the veteran.
H Leroy Rooks Jr. VFW Post 4252
and Ladies Auxiliary 3190 N. Carl G.
Rose Highway, State Road 200, Her-
nando; (352) 726-3339. Send emails to
vfw4252 @tam pa bay. rr.com.
Post 4252 Auxiliary goes to nursing
homes three times a month to play bingo
with residents. Everyone is welcome. Post
and auxiliary meet at 6:30 p.m. every sec-

"odogTehus ds VSF r252 enane Post
honor guard is available for funerals, flag
raising, nursing homes.
H Dumas-Hartson VFW Post 8189 is
on West Veterans Drive, west of U.S. 19
between Crystal River and Homosassa.
Call (352) 795-5012 for information.
VFW membership is open to men and
women veterans who have participated in
an overseas campaign, including service
in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Korean Cam-
paign medal remains open, as well. Call
the post at the phone number above for
in orma ion.
H Joe Nic Barco Memorial VFW Post
7122, 8191 S. Florida Ave., Floral City. For
information about the post and its activi-
ties, call (352) 637-0100.
Friday is AUCE fish or three-piece


Special to the Chronicle

You can help make a dif-
ference this Christmas sea-
son with The Spot Family

a onlaton nftohs pfo d
sure that every child from
(infant to 17) in need in Cit-
rus County receives hope
this Christmas.
The Spot's seventh an-
nual Toy Drive continues
through Dec. 22. Donations
of new, unwrapped toys can
be dropped off at several
locations around the
county. Toys will be distrib-
uted on Dec. 24 at Legrone
Park. Just one toy can make
a difference in a child's life.
Those who can't donate a
toy are welcome to help
wrap many of the toys on

D32) 17394 387o dv s2.tcall
website for times and loca-
tions at www~thespotfamily-
center. com.
The Spot Family Center
will host its seventh annual
Christmas Jam on Dec. 23
and 24 at the center, Jim
Legrone Park, Crystal
River. The free, two-day
event offers a hot dinner,
clothes, groceries, fun,
prizes and live entertain-
ment
Ec ay has a dferent
theme and an encouraging
message. Groceries will be
distributed on Dec. 23;
wrapped presents on Dec.

2R~egistration begins both
days at 5:30 p.m. and closes
promptly at 7 p.m.
Those who would prefer
to do so can make a finan-
cial contribution toward
the event by sending a
check payable to The Spot
Family Center, PO. Box
2046, Lecanto, FL 34460.


Special to the Chronicle
Volunteers are needed to
help wrap gifts for the sev-
enth annual Spot Family
Center Toy Drive, which is
in full swing. Gift wrapping
parties with Christmas
music and refreshments
will be done to wrap more
than 3,000 toys for families
in Citrus County.
The first gift wrapping
party will be from 6 to 8 p.m.
Tuesday, Dec. 13, at Crystal
River United Methodist
Church, 4801 N. Citrus Ave.,
Crystal River.
The second gift wrapping
party will be from 6 to 8 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 15, at Crystal


River Church of God, 2180
N.W. 12th Ave., Crystal
River.
Final chance to join in the
gift wrapping will be from 6
to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 20,
and Thursday, Dec. 22, at
The Spot Family Center, 405
S.E. Seventh Ave, Crystal
River
All are invited to partici-
pate. You may bring wrap-
ping paper, tape, curling
ribbon or tissue paper if you
would like, but it is not
mandatory. Your favorite
Christmas dessert to share
is always welcome.
For more information,
call The Spot Family Center
at (352) 794-3870.


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Spot Family Center,
Advanced Family
Hearing, Blackshears
Aluminum, Citrus
Eu 2mnt Naoture
town Athletics, Ad-
vanced Health, Crystal
River Church of God,
ERA Suncoast Realty,
King's Bay Self Stor-
age, TD Bank, Nails by
Angela, Natalia's Pizza
& Pasta,dTLCBRerhbab
an San y' Brer
Sop.
a Hernando: Cattle Dog
Coffee Roasters,
Neapolitan Ice Cream
Shoppe, Nature Coast
Bank and TLC Rehab.
H Dunnellon: TLC Rehab.
a Homosassa: TLC
Rehab, Twisters Design
Studio.
a Inverness: Dynabody
Fitness Club, TD Bank
TLC Rehab, and Love '
Chevrolet -
a Marion/Lake counties:
Various TLC Rehab
locations.
a To designate your busi-
ness as a drop-off lo-
cation, volunteer to
help or for m~ov infor-
ma ionh cal yn di
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3870, or email her at
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with for-profit travel agencies must be run as paid
advertisements in the Chronicle. This information in-
cludes trips, travel shows and meetings to plan trips
and events by those groups. Civic and social group
trips being coordinated through travel agencies are

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fundraisers (where all generated funds benefit that
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FOR THE RECORD
HDivorces and marriages filed in the state of Florida are
a matter of public record, available from each
county's Clerk of the Courts Office. For Citrus County,
call the clerk at (352) 341-6400 or visit the website at
www.clerk.citrus.fl.us/. For proceedings filed in
another county, contact the clerk in that area.









Goodwill Opens 8 a.m.

SFriday, November 25


CrrRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


TOGETHER SE COMMUNITY


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2011 A17


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Philh~ps/Reeves

Brittany Phillips and
Christopher Reeves, both
of Inverness, have an-
nounced their engagement
and forthcoming marriage.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Stephen
Phillips of Dunnellon and
Candy Phillips of Fort
Pierce. She is an adminis-
trator at EXIT Realty
Leader. .
Her flaned is the son of eY
Carl and May Reeves of
Hernando. He is a gradu-
ate of Columbia Southern
University and is now a
deputy with the Citrus
County Sheriff's Office. changed at 6 p.m. Feb. :
Nuptial vows will be ex- 2012, in Lecanto.


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WZlilhm Lanzdon Hampton

Dathon and Paige
Hampton of Crystal River
announce the birth of
their son, William Landon
Hampton, at3:31 p.m. Nov.
11, 2011.
The baby weighed 8
pounds, 4 ounces and was
20 inches long. ;



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Special to the Chronicle
The Cattle Baron's Ball
Committee for the 2012
American Cancer Society is
planning its annual
fundraiser for Ieb. 11.
The gala continues to grow
in popularity as a fundraiser
to support the local ACS, as
well as contribute to research
and advocacy in the fight
against cancer
Co-chairmen Dianne Bra-
shear and Steve Latiff are
leading a team of members
who are already preparing to
make the festivity a one-of-a-
kind, kick-up-your heels
evening that will include mu-
sical entertainment, games,
activities and auctions, all to
bring awareness to the mis-
sion of the American Cancer
Society
The theme for the 2012 fes-


tivities will be Heart of a
Cowboy
There are many areas
where Citrus County busi-
nesses and individuals can
be a part of the special ball.
STo reserve a table, seat-
ing eight, which includes
cocktails and dinner, call
(352) 422-0356 or visit dianne
brashear~gmail. com.
SFor business and indi-
viduals wishing to become
sponsors of this event, call
(352) 464-0983 or visit kathy
baggs~hotmail. com.
aTo contribute items for
the live and silent auctions,
call (352) 422-4438 or visit
jen~citrusortho.net.
MTo find out more about
how to become involved in
the 2012 Cattle Barons' Ball,
call (352) 422-0356 or visit
diannebrashear~gmail.
com.


25,


bers are selling fundraising tick-
ets benefiting the NAMI-spon-
sored LightHouse.
Tickets are available for: $25,
$35 and $50. Get tickets early
and benefit LightHouse: Call
(352) 302-0792.
Rec center
to host card part
CBeverly7Hill Re r ati vely
Hills, will host a Military Card
Party on Tuesday, Dec. 6.
Doors open at 11 a.m. and
lunch will be served at noon.
Games will begin at 1 p.m. Do-
nation is $12 -
Reservations for tables of
four players are recommended.
Singles are welcome and table-
mates will be arranged, if
possible.
Deadline for purchasing tick-
ets is Dec. 2. Early reservations
are encouraged. For more in-
formation, call (352) 746-4882
or (352) 746-3636.


Sharron O'Connor of Citrus Springs holds her great-great-
grandson, Benjamin Mangold, 2 weeks old, of Constan-
tine, Mich. At left is her husband Richard O'Connor; in
back are Benjamin's grandmother, Belinda Andrews of
Constantine; his great-grandmother, Sherry Howard of
Climax, Mich.; and his mother, Brooke Mangold of
Constantine.


Chris and Jennifer
Steelfox of Inverness an-
nounce the birth of a son,
Christopher John Steelfox,
born at 10:38 a.m. Nov. 11,
2011, at Citrus Memorial
Health System.
The baby weighed 10
pounds, 5 ounces and was
22 and 1/2 inches long.
His grandparents are


Theresa Steelfox of Inver-
ness; Samantha Falker of
Bend, Ore., John Steelfox
of Inverness and Fred
Rodd of Bend, Ore.
Great-grandparents are
Carl Steelfox of Inverness,
Beverly Boylan of Vancou-
ver, Wash., and Maxine and
John Stark of Vancouver,
Wash.


Citrus Cinemas 6
Inverness; 637-3377
"Happy Feet 2" (PG) In Real 3D
1.140 p.m., 7:30 p.m. No passes.
"Happy Feet 2" (PG) 4:40 p.m.,
10:05 p.m. No passes.
The Twilight Saga: "Breaking
Dawn Padt I" (PG-13) 1:20
p.m., 4:10 p.m., 7 p.m., 9:50 p.m.
No passes.
"Jack and Jill" (PG) 1:45 p.m.,
4:45 p.m., 7:45 p.m., 10:15 p.m.
"Immodtals" (R) In Real 3D. ID
required. 1 p.m., 3:50 p.m.,
7:20 p.m., 10 p.m. No passes.
"Tower Heist" (PG-13)91:50p~.

"Puss in Boots" (PG) In Real
3D. 4:30 p.m., 7:40 p.m.,
10:10 p.m. No passes.

Crystal River Mall 9; 564-6864
"Happy Feet 2" (PG) In Real 3D
1 p.m., 7:10 p.m. No passes.
"Happy Feet 2" (PG) 4:40 p.m.,


9:40 p.m. No passes.
The Twilight Saga: "Breaking
Dawn Padt I" (PG-13) 1:20
p.m., 1:50 p.m., 4:10 p.m., 4:40
p.m., 5:10 p.m., 7 p.m., 7:30
p.m., 8 p.m., 9:50 p.m., 10:20
p.m., 10:50 p.m. No passes.
"Jack and Jill" (PG) 1:35 p.m.,
4:15 p.m., 7:25 p.m., 10 p.m.
"Immodtals" (R) In Real 3D. ID
required. 1:10 p.m., 5 p.m.,
7:50 p.m., 10:40 p.m. No passes.
"Tower Heist" (PG-13) 1:15
p.m., 4:50 p.m., 7:35 p.m.
10:10 p.m.
OTn 'T4e (G13 1,4 : m.
"Puss in Boots" (PG) 2 p.m.,
4:20 p.m., 7:15 p.m., 9:45 p.m.
"Puss in Boots" (PG)
In Real 3D. 1:30 p.m.

Visit www. chronicleonline.com
for area movie listings and
entertainment information.


Britney L. Claytor and
Johnathon C. Safford an-
nounce the birth of a son,
Landon Jayce Safford, at
10:06 p.m. Oct. 29, 2011, at
Citrus Memorial Health
System in Inverness.


The baby weighed 6
pounds, 14 and 1/4 ounces
and was 19 inches long.
Grandparents are Betty
Ann Trahan and Dennis E
Trahan.


CITRUS COUNTY SCHOOLS
Citrus Cou nty Schools are
out for the week.

SENIOR DINING SITES
Monday: Pork chop patty
with brown gravy, blackeyed
peas with turkey ham, country
vegetable medley, peaches,
slice white bread with mar-
garine, low-fat milk.
Tuesday: Meatballs with
tomato gravy, mashed pota-
toes, corn with red pepper,
apple crisp, slice whole grain
wheat bread with margarine,


low-fat milk.
Wednesday: Thanksgiving
meal Sliced turkey and
gravy, mashed sweet potatoes,
peas and carrots, cranberry
sauce, whole grain roll with
margarine, special holiday
dessert, low-fat milk.
Thursday: Centers closed.
Friday: Centers closed.
Senior dining sites include:
Lecanto, East Citrus, Crystal
River, Homosassa Springs, In-
verness and South Dunnellon.
For information, call Support
Services at 527-5975.


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News ~NOTCE~S


Car drawing
benefits charities
Crystal Chevrolet has do-
nated a red 2012 Chevrolet
Corvette to United Way of Cit-
rus County and Black Diamond
Foundation.
Both groups are working to-
gether for the benefit of local
chai is they support. Donation

The drawing will be at 2 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 10, at Crystal
Chevrolet, 1035 S. Suncoast
Blvd., Homosassa. Order tick-
ets online at www.citrusunited
way~org or call (352) 795-5483.
Buy tickets,
help NAMI
Mike Hampton's Country
Rocks the Canyon concert fea-
turing Eric Church and Justin
Moore is slated for Dec. 12 at
Rock Crusher Canyon.
In keeping with his "Pitching
In" slogan, LightHouse mem-


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ing: Unless you're the host, you
Shave to travel.er' t p o l w h an s i
If you're lucky, you won't have to spend
nine hours on the tarmac with overflowing
toilets and no food. (As if you would want
to eat food next to an overflowing toilet.
Mmmmm, yummy, peanuts!)
If you're lucky, you won't have to sleep
on the concourse floor at O'Hare because
there was a thunderstorm in
Atlanta or Houston or Min-
neapolis. If you're lucky, you
won't spend two hours standing
at the luggage carousel before
realizing that your bags are
never coming out of that little =
door with the plastic flaps and
that you could have left the air-
port two hours ago, but because
you waited they canceled your
rental car reservation and now JI
you're seeing if you can share a MU
$100 cab ride with someone. MU
If you're lucky, your plane
won't have to land at a different airport so
authorities can arrest the drunken air-
rage passenger who tried to open an emer-
gency door at 30,000 feet.
If you're lucky, you won't be on the cry-
ing, screaming baby flight with parents
who pretend the kids aren't theirs.
If you're lucky, you'll be stuck in the traf-
fic jam caused when two texting drivers
hit each other head-on for only four hours
instead of six.
But traveling is not the worst part of
Thanksgiving. The worst part is when you
finally arrive and you catch up with the
family and you see all the baby pictures
and you meet all the new boyfriends and
girlfriends and find out how everyone's
job (or lack of one) is going, and you've had
some laughs and you think, "That was
nice; I'm glad I got to see everyone and
now it's time to go," and you look at your
watch and realize you've been home only
three hours and there are three more days
before you can leave.
That's when it hits you that you've made
a terrible, terrible mistake.
You feel as if you're in one of those meet-
ings your boss calls all the time that go on


way too long and never solve any prob-
lems. At first the meeting is productive, but
after awhile it takes all your willpower to
keep from yawning and falling head first
onto the conference table. It hits you that
your company is not doing well because
employees are always in meetings instead
of working. The meetings aren't helping
the business; they're killing it,
Is Thanksgiving helping your family or
hurting it? The Pilgrims had a
nice Thanksgiving without
going all the way back to Eng-
Sland. As a matter of fact, that
was one of the things for which
they were thankful that they
didn't have to go home. Asking
someone to travel any distance
to your home on Thanksgiving
back then would have been
.called cruel and unusual pun-
YI ishment. It seems we've come
LN full circle. Traveling on Thanks-
giving has once again become
cruel and unusual punishment.
Fifty years ago, you could have invited
20 close relatives to your house for
Thanksgiving dinner and most would have
come by foot. Not anymore. Now everyone
has to drive for hours or fly for hours. Dur-
ing those hours, they start to remember
why they live six states away; why they
took that job with the out-of-town com-
pany; and why they insisted on going to an
out-of-state college, even though English
Lit and physics are pretty much the same
from state to state.
Long before it's time to leave, they'll re-
alize that for the same time and money,
they could have gone to Aruba or Hawaii.
They'll remember that they don't even
like turkey that much.
They'll remember that in a few days
they'll have to get in that car or on that
plane and have another horrible day or
two of travel.
I'm not going further than I can walk this
year: I'm so thankful.


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pelled to respond to "Maine
Husband," the caregiver of a
wife with multiple sclerosis.
I, too, am married to a beau-
tiful, intelligent, elegant lady
who is wheelchair bound
and suffering the ravages of
multiple sclerosis. Although
we have an incredible and
loving aide who assists in the
mornings, I am her sole
caregiver.
As caregivers, we work so
hard at arranging, running
and controlling our lives that
it is easy to shut others out
Or, if help is offered, we say
"no" because the helper may
do things differently
I'm sure "Maine" is ex-
hausted and depressed. He
needs to learn how to partic-
ipate in the festivities on
terms acceptable to him. He
also should make arrange-
ments occasionally to escape
his responsibilities without
feeling guilty. Most of all, he
needs to learn how to re-
quest and accept help. -
Pennsylvania
Dear Pennsylvania:
Thank you for your wise
words.
Dear Readers: Thanksgiv-
ing is just around the corner
Please consider opening
your home to those who are
alone on the holiday, and in-
vite them to share your meal.


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M~arcy Sugar longtime
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in the second grade
at a terrific private
school. Unfortunately, there
is an out-of-control boy who
has been in his class since
kindergarten. "Boyd" is in
the principal's office nearly
every day because he
throws temper
tantrums ,
curses the
teacher, bullies -
and otherwise
behaves inap-
propriatel y. 4
The principal
usually lec-
tures him and .
lets him return > ?
to the class he ..
was disrupting, I4 6
although this '
year alone,he's ANNII
been sus- MAILB
pended twice
for three days.
My son came home yester-
day and told me Boyd put his
hand on his private parts
and began rubbing. My
boyfriend immediately took
my son back to the school to
talk to the principal, but we
can't seem to get any an-
swers about how to remove
this child from the mess he
is creating for the other stu-
dents.
I love this school and hope
my youngest child will get in
next year. I'm willing to take
matters into my own hands,
so please tell me what to do
about Boyd. Need School
Assistance
Dear Need: Boyd's behav-
ioral issues would be better
addressed through the
school counselor or a psy-
chologist. It is unfair that the
rest of the class is held
hostage to his behavior, es-
pecially when the school's
current response doesn't
seem to be helping. They
should be dealing with this
more proactively
Try approaching the prin-


cipal again. Explain that you
want not only what is best for
your child, but also for Boyd.
The school already may
have insisted that he receive
counseling, or they may have
called Child Welfare to
check into his home envi-
ronment.
Right now, your
choices are to re-
move your son from
the school or teach
him more effective
Sways to handle such
disruptive behavior
The teacher should
be able to help you
with that
Dear Annie: I sent
a check and a card
to a friend's son who
graduated grade
E'S school last spring. I
IOX have not seen or
Spoken to this friend
for nearly 10 years,
since she moved out of state.
The last contact we had was
when she sent me a thank-
you note for the wedding gift
I sent her
Her son's check was
cashed within days, but I
have yet to receive an ac-
knowledgement of any kind.
Should I mention to my
friend that my feelings were
hurt? Or should I simply
stop sending gifts, since this
seems to be our only form of
communication? Califor-
nia
Dear California: You are
not obligated to send gifts to
someone with whom you
have no other contact. A sim-
ple card with your best
wishes is sufficient. How-
ever, your friend's son
should have sent a thank-
you note. Since it has been
quite a while, it provides a
good excuse to call your
friend for a chat. While you
are catching up, simply ask,
"By the way, did Johnny get
the gift I sent?"
Dear Annie: I feel com-


ACROSS
1 Jam
6 Venus de -
10 Young cod
15 Girl at a ball,
for short
18 Lid
19 Skirt of a kind
21 Dodge
22 Wickedness
24 Violin name
25 Ingenious
26 Stem joints
27 Part of N.B.
28 Term in tennis
29 Donkey or
zebra, e.g.
31 Publish
33 Citrus fruit
35 Sketched
37 Press
38 Neck scarf
39 Soft-soap
40 Beautify
42 Communion
table
43 Do a
teacher'sjob
44 Merriment
46 Marsh bird
47 Sound a horn
48 Mend
52 Tell on
53 Davis or Mi-
dler
54 Lunar land-
scape feature
56 Contend
57 Lucy's pal
58 Pith helmet
59 Fabric
60 Run off to
marry
:: Mltin
Bavaria
65 Sunbeam


66 Troubled
67 Wallet item
68 Time -
half
69 "Exodus" au-
thor
71 Talisman
73 Graceful
horse
75 Billy-
Williams
76 Potato
turnover
77 Topper
78 Wooden fas-
teners
82 Give, in a way
84 Surmounting
85 Nuisance
86 Fish eggs
87 Part of New
York City
90 Peeper
91 Full of froth
93 -dieu
94 Banishment
95 Rice Bur-
roughs
97 Poker stake
98 Insipid
99 Priestly vest-
ment
100 Kind of bear
102 Trading and
calling
104 Fetches
105 Hardy heroine

108 Rica
10 Makes tran-

S10 Bar bills
112 Luxurious
1 More attrac-

114 North Car-
ol na' capital


118 Water-filled
trench
119 Hourglass
contents
123 Order of busi-
ness
124 Buenos -
125 Surroundings
127 Payable
128 Narrow open-
ing
129 Stallone role
131 Noted inven-
tor
133 Map
135 Sharpen
136 Belief
137 Softly radiant
138 Error
139 Get spliced
140 Ford or Fonda
141 Busey or Old-
man
142 Change

DOWN
1 Burn with steam
2 "lliad" and
"Odyssey" writer
3 Egg-shaped
4 Pet doc
5 Ohio's lake
6 Bad-mouth
7 Peace goddess
8 Adore
9 United
10 Electric eye
11 Influence
12 Ill-mannered
13 Work in verse
14 Deserted
15 Argued
16 Occurrence
re Shopping
19 Go quickly
20 Cartilage


23 Wanton look
30 Statement of
price
32 Go away!
34 Half diam.
36 Stuck around
38 Settled after
flight
39 Spume
41 Computer
maker
42 Room under
a roof
43 Farm animal
44 Amass
45 Greek god-
dess
46 Red-brown
color
47 Helen of -
49 The Bard's
river
50 Mellow
51 Require
52 Hard seed
coat
53 Attached with
glue
54 Conflict
55 Raise
58 Radio part
59 Like potato
chips
61 Walk with dif-
ficulty .
63 Word in a
lin oemetalker
66 Peppermint

70 Place in Brazil
71 Coffers
72 Speed
74Formal dance

79 Given to tray-

ng Comings and


81 Germs
83 Time period
85 Black-and-
white animal
87 Warmth
88 Wheelshaft
89 Curved bones
90 Mild oath
92 Dirt
93 Gripping tool
95 Mrs. Archie
Bunker
96 Expires
98 French
cheese
101 Dictator
102 Advise
103 Right-hand
man (abbr.)
104 Montana town
106 Like some
candles
108 Hint
109 Nicely old-
fashioned
111 Secreted
112 Spoof
113 Group of ants
114 Too hasty
115 Shining
1 16 Sierra -
1 17 River in Italy
118 Skinflint
120 Make fit
121 Hospital em-
ployee
122 Prevent from
acting
124 So be it!
125 Isinglass
126 Campus out
west (abbr.)

12 exvaea d
134 Actor Hol-
brook


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SPORTS


College football/B2
College basketball/B3
Hockey/B3
H Scoreboard/B4
H Golf/B5
NASCAR/B5
H Entertainment/B6


HClemson
crushed by
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when six cars officially
dropped out ofthe 300-mile
event at Homestead-Miami
Speedway.
Stenhouse was running
fourth when NASCAR offi-
cials announced he had
wrapped up the title. He
finished second behind
Brad Keselowski. Carl Ed-
wards was third, followed
by Clint Bowyer, Denny
Hamlin and Elliott Sadler.
Edwards clinched the
owner's title for Jack


Roush, who is looking to
become the first owner in
NASCAR history to win
both the Sprint Cup and
Nationwide champi-
onships in the same sea-
son. Edwards leads Tony
Stewart by three points
heading into Sunday's sea-
son finale.
Edwards and Stenhouse
parked their cars nose to
nose and did a double
burnout in celebration.
Sadler, who started the


race 41points behind Sten-
house, finished second in
the season points standings.
Stenhouse knew he held
a comfortable lead over I -- i-rs- -1 ICI
Sadler, needing to finished -
37th or better to secure the
championship a year after
earning the rookie of the
year honors. As expected,
Stenhouse played it safe al-
though his day was far from Associated Press
trouble-free. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. drives down the front stretch Saturday
during the NASCAR Ford 300 Nationwide series auto race at
See Page B5 Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, Fla.


Associated Press

HOMESTEAD Ricky
Stenhouse Jr drove dozens
of laps as a champion -
and didn't even know it.
Stenhouse won the Na-
tionwide Series title long
before the checkered flag
dropped Saturday at the
season finale.
Stenhouse clinched his
first championship about
30 laps into the 200-lap
race, securing the title


JOE KORNECKI ...
Correspondent
INVERNESS

was great, and it
Sh opttowas historic.
Brandon head coach
Russ Cozart eclipsed
500 wins in the two-day
duals. At tournament's
end, he had 502 wins in
his illustrious coaching
career: Cozart's 500th
win came in the fifth
round with a 65-5 vic-
tory over Jesuit, LA.
Brandon (No. 3 in the
nation) was crowned
champion when it
knocked off Georgia
state runner-up Cam-
den County 38-24 in the
final match to decide
the champion, a match
Camden County led 21-
19 before Brandon re-
took the lead and
pulled away with great
performances by its
lightweights. Also, the
match featured three-
time state champion
Gray Jones of Camden
County against Eyle
Koziel of Brandon, who
is rated as one of the
top wrestlers in the na-
tion. Jones defeated
Koziel 4-3 in the wan-
ing seconds of a great
dual.
The host Citrus com-
peted hard and finished
third out of seven teams


DAVE SIGLEPJChronicle
Citrus High School's Chris Mosher pinned Brandon High school's Caesar Vasguez in the 126-pound class
Saturday during the Rob Hermann duals at Citrus High School.


Jackson defeated Ron-
nie Hoefield of Jesuit
4-2, who was a state
runner-up in
Louisiana last season,
'Canes heavyweight
Derrick Bostick won
all six of his matches
by pins, and he never
allowed a point against
him in the two-day
event, during which he
scored 36 points for the
'Canes.


with a 4-2 record and
defeated Louisiana
state runner-up Jesuit.
"iI thought we wres-
tled pretty well, and
there was tough com-
petition in the area,"
Citrus head coach


Chris Kelly said. "It's
the first of many tough
tournaments. It's the
beginning and we're
progressing. We held
our own; we had some
good wins and tough
losses."


some of the 'Canes
wrestlers had great in-
dividual performances.
Taylor Jackson de-
feated three-time
Georgia state cham-
pion Gray Jones 1-0 in
the 182-lb class. Colton


Associated Press

MELBOURNE, Aus-
tralia On a wild day of
weather, the Americans
stayed in control at the
Presidents Cup.
Tiger Woods finally won
a point Saturday morning,
then couldn't buy a putt in
the afternoon. Bubba Wat-
son and Webb Simpson fi-
nally lost a match. Just
when the International
team was on the verge of
keeping it close, the Amer-
icans won the last two
matches.


A long, wet day at Royal
Melbourne finally ended
when Jim Furyk won his
fourth straight match,
teaming with Nick Watney
for a 1-up win over Adam
Scott and Ernie Els.
That gave the Americans
a 13-9 lead, putting them in
position to win the Presi-
dents Cup for the fourth
straight time.
The biggest comeback in
this event was three points
in 2003 by the United
States, and that was for a
tie in South Africa. The
greatest rally in any cup


competition was at Brook-
line in 1999 at the Ryder
Cup, when the Americans
overcame a four-point
deficit.
The Americans were as-
sured of leading the Presi-
dents Cup after a 4-1
decision in foursomes Sat-
urday morning, when
Woods and Dustin Johnson
won a match and two
American teams remained
perfect.
Hopeful of building the
lead in the fourball
matches in the afternoon,
the International team


fought back.
K.T. Kim holed a 6-foot
par putt on the 18th hole to
give him and YE. Yang a 1-
up win over Woods and
Johnson. Woods missed
nine putts from about the
15-foot range or closer, in-
cluding one on the last hole
that would have earned a
halve. Woods was assured
of his first losing record in
the Presidents Cup since
1998, which also was at
Royal Melbourne.
The International team

See >/Page B5


Associated Press
The U.S. team's Webb Simpson reacts Saturday after miss-
ing a close putt on the 9th green during the Presidents Cup
in Melbourne, Australia.


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Associated Press

New Orleans Saints coach Sean
Payton can't be bothered to pay
attention to which of his players
calls "heads" or "tails" for the
coin toss before the opening
kickoff of a game or overtime.
He's sure of one thing, though:
"I don't know that I'd want to go to
Las Vegas with them," Payton said.
Good thinking. No way would
it make sense to gamble with this
bunch. The Saints are 0-11 on
coin flips this season, the sort of
thing that might make a micro-
managing NFL head coach, well,
flip out.
"It's kind of ridiculous at this
point," New Orleans quarter-
back Drew Brees said.
And while the Saints are 7-3
and lead the NFC South despite
coming up short every single
time on what should be a 50-50
proposition, coin-toss statistics
- yes, they do exist -show that
the NFL team that won the
pregame flip wound up winning
52.1 percent of the time through
Week 10 this season, according
to STATS LLC.
That's about the same as the
52.6 percent that STATS shows
for coin-toss "victories" match-
ing up with game victories since
the start of the 2008 season,
when the NFL changed the
rules to allow the team that wins
the toss to defer its choice until
the second half.
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Citrus takes third at Rob




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Associated Press
Miami running back Eduardo Clements fumbles the football
Saturday after getting hit by USF linebacker Reshard Cliett
in Tampa. Miami recovered the fumble.


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COLLEGE FOOTBALL


CITRUS COUvNT (FL) CHRONICLE


Gators finish strong against Furman


54-32 win secures bowl eligbility for UTF


zone for a safety. The Pal-
adins stayed on the attack
by scoring touchdowns on
its next two possessions as
well to open up a 22-7 ad-
vantage after one quarter
before Florida rallied to win.
Florida answered with
three second-quarter touch-
down to take the lead for
good. After fullback Hunter
Joyner scored on a 1-yard
dive, Brantley threw for two
of his career-high four TD
passes. He connected with
Andre Debose on a fly pat-
tern for 80 yards and later
hit Quinton Dunbar in the
back of the end zone from 29
yards out to give the Gators
a 27-22 lead at intermission.
After trading field goals to
open the second half, both
teams scored on a long play.
Debose beat Furman cor-
nerback Derrick Murray on
a 64-yard catch-and-run for
his second long score of the


game. On nrman's first play
following the kickoff, Williams
broke free of two tacklers at
the line of scrimmage and
outraced the Florida second-
ary to the end zone to complete
a 77-yard touchdown jaunt.
That pulled the visitors to
within five at 37-32 with 30
seconds left in the third
quarter. It was as close as
the Paladins would come.
Florida scored 17 points
in the fourth quarter to pull
away for the win. Caleb
Sturgis connected on a 55-
yard field goal, a school-
record fifth kick of at least
50 yards during his career.
narman held a 196-72 ad-
vantage in total yards after
one quarter, but Florida
dominated the final three
quarters and finished with
453 total yards to 446 for the
Paladins. It was Florida's sev-
enth consecutive win in the
series that now stands 7-2.


Associated Press

GAINESVILLE -
Florida allowed a season-
high 22 points in the first
quarter before storming back
behind a career-best four
touchdown passes from John
Brantley to secure a 54-32 win
over Furman on Saturday.
The win by the Gators (6-
5) made them bowl eligible to
participate in their 21st con-
secutive post-season game.
The win was tougher than
expected over the Paladins,
a Football Championship
Subdivision team. Furman
(6-5) stunned Florida on its
first series, gaining at least
17 yards on three of its first
four plays. That led to a 1-yard
touchdown run by Jerodis
Williams at the 8:31 mark.
Furman added a safety on
Florida's next play when
the center snap sailed over
Brantley's head into the end


Associated Press
Florida fullback Hunter Joyer steps over the goal line to score Saturday as Furman safety
Nathan Wade is unable to make the stop during the first half in Gainesville.


down and a pass initially
ruled complete in bounds
and would have killed the
clock was overturned by re-
play and rule incomplete.
Another Virginia penalty
moved Hopkins' kick 5 yards
close, but he boomed it wide
left with 3 seconds left.
Virginia (8-3, 5-3) snapped
Florida State's five-game
winning streak with its
fourth straight win.
The Cavaliers next play
in-state rival Virginia Tech.
Virginia hasn't been bowl
eligible since 2007, and
their defeat of the Semi-
noles could lead to a more
prominent bowl game.
Florida State has the na-
tion's longest streak of bowl
seasons at 30, but needed to
win out to attract a top bowl
invite.


Associated Press

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -
Kevin Parks ran 10 yards for
a touchdown with 1:16 left
Saturday to give Virginia the
lead and Florida State's
Dustin Hopkins missed a 42-
yard field-goal attempt in
the closing seconds as the
Cavaliers upset of No. 23
Florida State 14-23 to set up
a showdown with intrastate
rival Virginia Tech a spot in
the Atlantic Coast Confer-
ence championship game.
Florida State (7-4, 5-3
ACC) got two fortunate
breaks on its final drive that
gave Hopkins, the ACC's
leading scorer, a chance to
win it,
An facemask penalty on
Virginia allowed the Semi-
noles to convert a fourth


Associated Press
North Carolina State's Brandan Bishop tackles Clemson's DeAndre Hopkins on Saturday during the first half in Raleigh, N.C.





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Associated Press

RALEIGH, N.C. Mike Glennon
threw three touchdown passes and
North Carolina State shut down No. 7
Clemson's explosive offense to help
the Wolfpack beat the mistake-prone
Tigers 37-13 on Saturday.
Tobais Palmer had a dazzling 43-
yard catch-and-run touchdown to
highlight a surprisingly dominating
performance by N.C. State (6-5, 3-4 At-
lantic Coast Conference). The Wolf-
pack scored 27 points in the second
quarter, then increased the lead and
never let the Tigers (9-2, 6-2) build any
momentum to rally.
It was N.C. State's first win against
a top-10 team in five seasons under
Tom O'Brien. Not to mention that
Tigers had already wrapped up the
league's Atlantic Division crown and
an appearance in the ACC champi-
onship game in Charlotte on Dec. 3.

No. 21 Penn State 20,
Ohi State 14
COLUMBUS, Ohio No. 21 Penn State
won for the first time since coach Joe Pateno
was fired, with Stephfon Green running for two
touchdowns and the Nittany Lions' solid
defense holding Ohio State scoreless in the
second half of a 20-14 victory Saturday.


Penn State (9-2, 6-1) earned a share of
the Big Ten's Leaders Division title and set
up a division title game next week at Wis-
consin. The winner will play in the confer-
ence's first championship game on Dec. 3.
Braxton Miller ran for a touchdown and
threw a 7-yard scoring pass to Jake
Stoneburner for Ohio State (6-5, 3-4), but
he had an intentional grounding and three
incompletions on the Buckeyes' final pos-
session
No. 13 GeorgIia 19 Kentucky 10
ATHENS, Ga. -Aaron Murray threw a
touchdown pass to Marlon Brown on the
first play of the fourth quarter, Blair Walsh
kicked four field goals and No. 13 Georgia
beat Kentucky 19-10 on Saturday to clinch
a spot in the SEC championship game.
Georgia struggled on offense afer ns-le
ing topftser nIsaia Croe a lf ne
injury afe ro y to carries.
The Bulldogs (9-2 overall, 7-1 South-
eastern Conference) leaned on Walsh's
four field goals, including three from 39
yards, and strong defense to clinch first
place in the SEC's Eastern Division.
No. 20 MichigIan 45 '
No. 17 Nebraska 17
ANN ARBOR, Mich. Denard Robin-
son threw two touchdown passes and ran
for two scores to help No. 20 Michigan


rout No. 17 Nebraska 45-17 Saturday.
The Wolverines (9-2, 5-2 Big Ten) moved
into second place in the conference's Leg-
ends Division and kept alive chances of
playing in a BCS bowl for the first time
since the 2006 season
Michigan State clinched its spot in the
Dec. 3 game in Indianapolis with a win
over Indiana and Michigan's victory
against Nebraska.
No. 24 Notre Dame 16,
Boston CollegIe 14
SOUTH BEND, Ind. Jonas Gray
rushed for a touchdown, David Ruffer
kicked three field goals and No. 24 Notre
Dame recovered an onside kick with just
under 2 minutes to play to hold off Boston
College 16-14 on Saturday.
The win was the fourth straight for the
Irish (8-3). But it was a costly win, with
Gray leaving in the third quarter with an
apparent knee injury.
The Eagles' Chase Rettig capped a 72-
yard drive with a 7-yard scoring pass to
Bobby Swigert with 1:57 to play. But Robby
Toma recovered the onside kick, and
Boston College didn't get the ball back
until there were eight seconds left. The
Eagles (3-8) lateraled several times before
Irish linebacker Troy Niklas made the final
tackle around the Boston College 14.


Associated Press

GREENVILLE, N.C. -
Dominique Davis threw
four touchdown passes, in-
cluding a pair to Reese
Wiggins, but it took a 56-
yard touchdown run by
Torrance Hunt with 2:10
left in the game for East
Carolina to beat Central
Florida 38-31 on Saturday
night.
East Carolina (5-6, 4-3
Conference USA) broke a
two-game losing streak and
kept its bowl hopes alive.
The Pirates finish their
season at Marshall next
Saturday.
UCF (4-7, 2-5) lost for the
third straight time and was
knocked out of bowl con-
tention.
Davis finished 19 of 31
for 203 yards but was inter-
cepted once. His four
touchdown passes
matched his season high
set in East Carolina's sea-
son-opening loss to South


Carolina. One of his scor-
ing passes to Wiggins was
for 84 yards, the fourth-
longest in East Carolina
history.
Davis also added a ca-
reer-high 62 rushing yards
on 12 carries.
UCF rallied from a 17-7
deficit early in the second
quarter to knot the score at
24-24 with 1:32 left in the
third on a 4-yard run by
Latavius Murray.
After East Carolina went
up 31-24 on Wiggins' sec-
ond touchdown catch with
8:20 left in the game, the
Knights tied the score
again. Backup quarterback
Blake Bortles hit J.J. Wor-
ton for a 19-yard touch-
down pass with 3:49 left.
East Carolina's winning
drive covered 68 yards,
with Hunt breaking free up
the middle and then dash-
ing down the left sideline
56 yards for the touchdown
- the longest rush of his
career.




ield goal
got a hand on Wieclaw's 41-
yard field try that was on
line but fell short in the end
zone.
Daniels was injured with
a little over five minutes
into the second half, landing
on his right shoulder after
scrambling for no gain and
being tackled by Miami's
Brandon McGee. The junior
removed his jersey and
shoulder pads, but re-
mained on the sideline with
a bag of ice on the injury.
Daniels finished 11 of 18
passing for 97 yards and an
interception on USF's first
play from scrimmage. He
rushed for 30 yards on nine
attempts.
Bobby Eveld replaced
Daniels, but the Bulls didn't
come anywhere close to
scoring with their backup
quarterback on the field.


Associated Press

TAMPA -Jake Wieclaw's
second field goal of the
game, a 36-yarder as time
expired, gave Miami a 6-3
victory over South Florida
and made the Hurricanes
bowl eligible on Saturday
Wieclaw finished a clutch
drive that quarterback Ja-
cory Harris kept alive with a
couple of crucial third-down
conversions. The junior
calmly sent the game-win-
ner through the uprights
after USF (5-5) used a pair
of timeouts to try to rattle
the kicker, who earlier had
missed on a 41-yard attempt
that was tipped.
Harris threw for 259
yards, but was sacked six
times. USF played most of
the second half without
quarterback B.J. Daniels,


of a booster scandal that ul-
timately could lead to NCAA
sanctions.
"iI hope we go," Harris
said this week. "I'm a senior
It's our last shot."
Daniels accounted for 371
yards total offense to help
USF stop a four-game losing
streak the previous week
against Syracuse. The slide
toppled the Bulls' first goal
of winning the Big East,
however they can still qual-
ify for a bowl berth for a sev-
enth consecutive season by
winning one of two remain-
ing games against Louisville
and West Virginia.
The teams exchanged
turnovers within the first
three plays of the game, and
it was 3-3 at the half after
Miami settled for Wieclaw's
26-yard field goal at the end
of a 16-play, 77-yard drive in


the opening quarter and
USF got on the board with a
10-play, 49-yard march that
set up Maikon Bonani's 42-
yard field goal late in the
second quarter,
The Hurricanes wasted a
potential opportunity to
take the lead after Harris
used completions of 22
yards to Travis Benjamin
and 11 yards to Eduardo
Clements to help them move
from their own 17 to the
USF 31 in the closing sec-
onds of the half. But a delay
of game penalty coming out
of a timeout, followed by a
sack that knocked them out
of field goal range and
forced a punt.
They squandered another
chance when they drove to
the USF 15 late in the third
quarter, only to come away
empty when Ryne Giddins


who left in the third quarter
with a shoulder injury.
Miami (6-5) is bowl eligi-
ble with one game remain-


ing against Boston College,
however it remains unclear
if the Hurricanes will actu-
ally accept a berth because


Florida State loses


in late-game bedlam


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E. Carolina extinguishes


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Associated Press

UNCASVILLE, Conn. -
Kent Bazemore came off the
bench to score 23 points and
grab nine rebounds as Old
Dominion beat South
Florida 68-66 Saturday in
overtime in the Hall of
Fame Tip-Off tournament.
Bazemore, whose time
has been lin ited after foot
surgery in August, scored 16
points after halftime for the
Monarchs (3-1), who trailed
for much of the game.
Augustus Gilchrist scored
18 points and Victor Rudd
Jr had 16 for South Florida
(3-1), which had its chances
in overtime.
But Gilchrist missed a
turnaround in the lane with
6 seconds left and Rudd's
desperation half-court shot
at the overtime buzzer
bounced off the rim.
USF has not opened a
season 4-0 since 2006-07.
Old Dominion now has a
17-11 series lead over the
Bulls, a former league rival
in the Sun Belt Conference.



Vanderbilt


Deaths N.C.


State 86-79
Associated Press

EAST RUTHERFORD,
N.J. John Jenkins scored
28 points and No. 18 Van-
derbilt closed the game on a
10-2 run for an 86-79 victory
over North Carolina State
on Saturday night in the
semifinals of the TicketCity
Legends Classic.
Jenkins, who missed the
Commodores' last game
with a sprained right ankle,
had 20 points in the first half
of a game that was close
until Vanderbilt (3-1) took
the lead for good with a
Spurt that started with 2:16
to play.
The Commodores will play
the winner of the Texas-
Oregon State game for the
championship on Monday
night at the Izod Center.
Vanderbilt shot 51.9 per-
cent for the game (28 of 54)
while the Wolfpack went 31
of 62 (50 percent). Vander-
bilt had a 36-34 advantage
on the boards. The only big
difference in the boxscore
was Vanderbilt going 9 of 25
from 3-point range (Jenkins
was 4 of 9) as the Wolfpack
went 4 of 11.


Associated Press

CINCINNATI Khalid Mutak-
abbir led Presbyterian's comeback
from a 15-point deficit and hit a go-
ahead 3-pointer with 7.6 seconds
left, rallying the Blue Hose to a
stunning upset of Cincinnati for
their biggest win in five years of Di-
vision I basketball.
The Blue Hose (3-2) trailed by 15
midway through the second half.
Mutakabbir hit one big shot after
another, including his 3 from the
left wing that gave Presbyterian its
first lead of the second half. He
matched his career high with 25
points.
Cincinnati (2-1) had the last shot,
but point guard Cashmere Wright's
attempt went too hard off the rim,
sending the Blue Hose into a cele-
bration at midcourt while the
crowd of 4,960 booed.
The Bearcats opened the game
in a 1-for-16 shooting slump and
made only 35.5 percent for the
game.

No. 2 Kentucky 85,
Penn State 47
UNCASVILLE, Conn. Doron
Lamb had 26 points and No. 2 Ken-
tucky routed Penn State 85-47 Satur-
day in the H~all of Fame Tip-Off

Kyle Wiltjer added 19 points and Ter-
rence Jones had 15 points, nine re-
bounds and five assists for Kentucky
(3-0), which failed to put five players in
double figures for the first time this sea-
son.
The Wildcats didn't need to.
They held Penn State without a field
goal for more than 11 1/2 minutes dur-
ing the first half, opening a 34-point
lead, and never looked back.
Tim Frazier had 11 points, six re-
bounds and six assists to lead Penn
State (3-1). The Nittany Lions shot 27
percent from the field, 16 percent in the
first half.
No. 5 Syracuse 92,
ColgIate 47
SYRACUSE, N.Y. Playing for the
first time since an assistant coach was
accused of sex abuse, Syracuse
romped to an easy win against Colgate.
It was business as usual for the Or-
ange (4-0) on the court, even as the
program was trying to come to grips
with molestation allegations against as-
sistant coach Bernie Fine.
Syracuse placed Fine on administra-
tive leave "in light of the new allega-
tions" that he molested two former ball
boys for years. Fine has dismissed the
allegations as "patently false," and ex-
pressed confidence he will be vindi-
cated.
Fine's usual seat behind coach Jim
Boeheim was left vacant. This is Fine's
36th season working for the head
coach, who again defended his friend
against the charges.


Associated Press
Cincinnati guard Sean Kilpatrick runs off the court Saturday as Presbyterian players celebrate after upsetting the
No. 20 Bearcats 56-54 in Cincinnati.


At the Carrier Dome, a subdued
crowd of 21,084 came to watch hoops,
not make protest signs or chant for the
absent coach.
Fine was listed as associate head
coach in the game program and his
photo and bio remained. Former Syra-
cuse star Gerry McNamara filled in for
him. He played on Syracuse's 2003
NCAA championship team and was a
four-year starter for the Orange.
Fine missed Syracuse's 46th straight
victory against Colgate since 1962, ac-
cording to STATS LLC.


Dion Waiters scored 16 points,
James Southerland had 14 and C.J.
Fair 13 for the Orange.
Matt Moore led Colgate (1-2) with 19
points.
No. 8 Louisville 69, Butler 53
INDIANAPOLIS Kyle Kuric hit two
3-pointers in the final 5 minutes and fin-
ished with 17 points to help Louisville
hand Butler a rare defeat at home.
Chris Smith scored 13 of his 15
points in the second half for the Cardi-
nals (3-0), the highest-ranked team to


visit Hinkle Fieldhouse since No. 5
North Carolina in 1992.
Kuric was 7 of 11 from the field, in-
cluding 3 of 6 on 3s. Louisville needed
Smith to play well, too, with starting guard
Peyton Siva sitting out because of a
sprained left ankle and point guards Russ
Smith and Elisha Justice in foul trouble.
Butler (1-2) was led by Khyle Mar-
shall with 20 points. It was only the sixth
home loss in coach Brad Stevens' four
seasons with the Bulldogs, who lost the
NCAA championship game each of the
past two years.


Wir

d Press


Igs snap
to lead Boston to its eighth
straight win
Patrice Bergeron, Nathan
Horton, Andrew Ference and
Zdeno Chara also scored for
Boston (11-7), who has
outscored opponents 42-14
during the streak. The Islanders
(5-9-3) have lost three of four
and 11 of 13 overall. The Bruins
have won 14 of 18 gameS
against New York
Thomas has two shutouts
this season and 28 in his NHL
career. New York was blanked
for tcek Poh tion this season.

owmntghe Islanders net after al
He was replaced by AHL call-
up Anders Nilsson, who
stopped 14 of 17 shots.
Jets 6, Flyers 4
WINNIPEG, Manitoba -
Bryan Little scored twice early
in the first period to help Win-
nipeg beat Philadelphia.
Dustin Byfuglien had a goal
and two assists, and Andrew
Ladd, Jim Slater and Nik
Antropov also scored for Win-
nipeg. Little, Ladd and
Byfuglien had power-play
goals, and Slater scored short-
handed.
Scott Hartnell had two goals
and two assists, and Matt Read
also scored twice for Philadel-
phia. The Flyers hadn't lost in
regulation time in nine games,
and had won three straight.
The victory was the Jets'
third straight on home ice
against Eastern Conference
opponents after beating the
Tampa Bay Lightning and
Washington Capitals earlier in
the week.


National Hockey League standings
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic DivisioOnT tF
Philadelphia 19 11 5 3 25 71
Pittsburgh 20 11 6 3 25 60
N.Y Rangers 17 10 4 3 23 47
Newly rse 18 907124
Northeast Division
GP W L OT Pts GF (
Buffalo 20 12 8 0 24 58
Toronto 20 11 7 2 24 61
Boston 18 11 7 0 22 64
Montreal 20 9 8 3 21 53
Ottawa 20 10 9 1 21 61
Southeast Division
GP W L OT Pts GF (
Wahngton 68 307125

Carolina O0 6 1 3 15 46


Canadiens 4, Rang~ers 0
MONTREAL Carey Price
made 17 saves for his second
straight shutout, and Montreal
ended the New York RangerS
seven-game winning streak.
Brian Gionta scored twice
and Erik Cole and TomaS
Plekanec each had a power-
play goal and assist for Mon-
treal, which is on a 4-1-1 run.
Scott Gomez had two assists.
Price, who was rested for the
third time this season in Thurs-
day's road loss to the New York
I lndkeros,1 exte hs sh t

footn a 4- i vr3 Bufl ee
Wednesday. It was his 14th
NHL regular-season shutout.
Coyotes 4, Sabres 2
BUFFALO, N.Y.- Radim Vr-
bata and Paul Bissonnette scored
66 seconds apart in the second
period to lift Phoenix over Buffalo.
Vrbata, who also scored into
an empty net, tied it at 2 at
8:35, and Bissonnette con-
nected on a rebound to put
Phoenix in front. It was Bisson-
nette's first goal since Feb. 1
and came with his mother
watching her son play live for the
first time in his NHL career -
IVaple Lears 7, Capitals '1.
TORONTO Jonas Gus-
taysson made a career-high 40
saves, and Joffrey Lupul had a
goal and three assists in
Toronto's rout of reeling Wash-
ington.
Phil Kessel added a goal and
an assist. He leads the NHL
with 14 goals and 27 points.
Matt Frattin scored his first
NHL goal, Cody Franson


LOS ANGELES Pavel
Datsyuk had two goals,
Niklas Kronwall got the go-
ahead score during a power
play in the second period,
and the Detroit Red Wings
snapped a five-game road
losing streak with a 4-1 vic-
tory over the Los Angeles
Kings on Saturday
Jimmy Howard, who gave
up four goals on 21 shots
Thursday night at San Jose
and was pulled after two pe-

odein the t 01r se otb ank
made 23 saves sohne of
Anze Kopitar at 11:06 of the
second period with Detroit
clinging to a 2-1 lead.
Justin Abdelkader also
scored and Tomas Holm-
strom had two assists for the
Red Wings, who avoided
what would have been their
first six-game road skid
since December 1987. De-
troit, which had the NHL's
second-best road record last
season at 26-11-4, posted its
first win away from Joe
Louis Arena since Johan
Franzen beat Minnesota
with an power play goal in
Overtime on Oct. 15.
Mike Richards scored his
sixth goal in six games for
the aKings,ewhoo wer rchnung
and-home set with the Ana-
heim Ducks. Jonathan
Quick made 33 saves.

Bruins 6, Islanders 0
UNION DALE, N.Y. Chris
Kelly scored two goals and Tim
Thomas turned away 22 shots


Associated Press
NOW Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur makes the save
on a shot from Tampa Bay Lightning right wing Martin St.
Louis on Saturday during the second period in Tampa.


BTOdeur makes 21 saves,

Devils beat Lightning 4-2


WESTR COFRNCE
GP W L OT Pts GF
20 12 5 3 27 69
e 18 10 5 3
18 10 7 1 21 46
us 18 313 2 8 39
Northwest Division
ta W L 03 PtG
on 18 9 7 2 20 41
rer 19 9 9 1 19 56
o20 9 10 1 19 55
Pacific D vis on1 741
GP W L OT Pts GF
18 10 5 3 23 51
eles 20 10 7 3 23 49
e 161 o 24
S19 6 9 4 16 39


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Associated Press

TAMPA -Martin
Brodeur held the Tampa
Bay Lightning scoreless for
51 minutes, David Clarkson
had a goal and an assist,
and the New Jersey Devils
hung on for a 4-2 victory
Saturday night.
Brodeur lost out on a bid
to extend his NHL record
to 117 shutouts when Mar-
tin St. Louis scored from
in-ClOse and cut the Light-
ning's deficit to 3-1 at 8:24
of the third period.
Brodeur made 21 saves en
route to his NHL-best
629thacareSr a n'sfrt

goal in 15 games, which
came 90 seconds after St.
Louis scored, got Tampa
Bay within 3-2.
Dainius Zubrus, Patrik
Elias and Ryan Carter, who
scored with 2:03 to play in
the third, had the other
New Jersey goals.


Tampa Bay had its six-
game home winning streak
snapped.
Zubrus put the Devils up
1-0 at 1:09 of the second. He
made a nifty stick-handling
move and then beat goalie
Dwayne Roloson from the
left circle.
Elias made it 2-0 off a
nice pass from Clarkson
during a power play 6:05
into the second. The Devils
have scored with the man
advantage in a season-high
three straight games.
Brodeur stopped an in-
close backhander by St.
Louis during a mid-second

Te oe Doev Iro ka 3-0
lead with 2:16 left in the
second when Clarkson
scored a lunging, back-
handed power-play goal.
Clark's goal came after
Roloson misplayed the
puck behind the net.
Roloson finished with 20
saves.


NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for
overtime loss.

chipped in his first as a member
of the Maple Leafs, and Tim
Connolly, Tyler Bozak and
David Steckel also scored.
Toronto (11-7-2) won for the
first time in five home games.
Brooks Laich scored for
Washington (10-7-1), 1-5-1 in
its last seven. Capitals captain
Alex Ovechkin was held without
a point for the fourth straight
game.


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ROB HERMANN OVERALL STANDINGS
1. Brandon 6-0
2. Camden County, GA 5-1

4 eut 3-3
5. Somerset 2-4
6. Jupiter 1-5
7. Sandalwood 0-6

ROB HERMANN
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Lightweight (106-132): Rossi Bruno, Brandon
Middleweight (138-170): Clark Glass, Brandon
Heavyweight (182-285): Gray Jones, Camden
County, Ga.
CITRUS VICTORIES AND LOSSES
DAY 1
Rd. 1: Citrus 51, Jupiter 24

Rd :Ctu as en County, Ga. 54
DAY2
Rd. 4: Citrus 15 Brandon 53
Rd. 5: Citrus 68 Sandalwood 12

R d : R r IC 9A N E S W DT 3E4R O R D S

106 lb: Chris Mosher, 2-1*
1131b: Michael Allen, 3-3

1 I Astinc 2el,3-3

182 lb: Taylor Jackson, 5-1
195 lb: Kody Wood, 4-2
220 lb: Zach Collins, 4-2
*Hd p eihtDerr ck Bostick, 6-0


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L.ARRY BUGG
Correspondent

DADE CITY Martina
Tafoya was smiling with a
tinge of sadness after the
Class 2A State Cross Coun-
try Meet at Little Ever-
glades Ranch.
It was her last high school
cross country meet, and the
Crystal River High senior
finished 94th (22:04).
Remarkably, Tafoya was
still energetic after a race

whua emaane'sruntfeuisrdrlt

run another mile.
"I'm going to miss this
som s" she ad. "I'm going
Tafoya said she thought
about walking the course
and finishing last. She said
she ended up passing 15
girls during the race.
"The toughest part of run-
ning cross country is how
well you can develop your
self-control," she said. "It's
honestly you and not the
course. I'm using this season
to get ready for track. This is
my last season of track and I
have to go all out."
She helped the Pirate
girls finish 22nd at state.
They were the only Citrus
County team to qualify for
the state meet.
"I told them to come out
and enjoy state, enjoy the
scenery, the competition
and have a good race," Crys-
tal River girls coach Lisa
Carter said. "Martina came
through. She is my 400 run-
ner and she came through
and used that 400. She came
through as my first runner.
She did a great job."
Another veteran runner
felt a little differently about
this race.
"I'm glad it's over," Citrus
High runner Tim Wenger
said. "It's (his cross country
career) been an amazing ex-
perience. I'm going to con-





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Like the Saints, the
Cleveland Browns can't
seem to make heads or tails
Of Why they're oh-fer on
coin tosses this season,
going 0-9, STATS said.
Actually, Browns coach
Pat Shurmur and captains
Phil Dawson, Joe Thomas
and Scott Fujita weren't
aware of precisely how bad
their luck has been until
asked about it by a reporter
from The Associated Press.
"Who keeps that stat?
That's what I want to
know," said Thomas, a Pro
Bowl tackle.
He and players on other
teams interviewed for this
Story all said they don't
spend time figuring out
which call to make or
even who will do it until
the time comes, with both
teams' captains standing at
midfield.
"It's kind of like, you line
up and it's, 'OK, you got it.'
It's never a big deal,"
Thomas said. "All we talk
about is the strategy: Do we
Want the ball or do we want
to defer?"
For the Saints and
Browns, it must feel as
though other teams are say-
ing, "Heads, we win. Tails,
you lose."
The odds of a team losing
11 consecutive coin flips
are about 2,000 to 1, STATS
said.
"It's very unlucky for
them in particular, but over
the course of time, that
kind of event will happen,"
said Susan Holmes, a pro-
fessor of statistics at Stan-
ford University. "When
you're tossing a ton of coins,
you could very easily have
11 heads in a row."
The Super Bowl has been
host to an even longer lop-
sided streak: The NFC
team has won the toss at
each of the last 14 champi-
onship games, the odds of
which are roughly 16,000 to
1. With only a 45-game sam-
ple size, the Super Bowl


hasn't followed the regular-
season trend of a slight
edge to the team winning
the toss; flip winners are
only 22-23 in the big game.
In 2007, Holmes and
other researchers pub-
lished an academic study
about flips that, she ex-
plained in a telephone in-
terview, "proved that the
coin has a tendency to


school career.
tinue in college. I ran the
fastest time I've run here. The
conditions were perfect. It
was a great race. I say thank
you to the coaches, God and
my family for supporting me."
Wenger closed a remark-
able chapter in the history
of Citrus High cross country.
He reached the state meet
for the fourth time. Former
state champion Corey Pres-
nick and Owen Shott are the
only ones to have accom-
plished that feat.
Wenger was 46th with a
time of 16:33 in the Class 3A
boys race.
"I am so proud of him and
his efforts this year," Citrus
High boys coach James Mar-
tone said. "He accomplished
his goal (making state four
years). To be around an ath-
lete of his caliber and the
kind of kid thathe is has been
an honor, and I am sure that
whatever he does, he will be
successful in it. I'm proud of
him for what he has done
for our cross country team."
Citrus High runner Alyssa
Weber finished 32nd in the
Class 3A meet.
The freshman runner had
a time of 19:48 on the hilly
and demanding state


come up the same way it
starts. So if you start the
coin on tails over your
thumb, and then you flip
the coin and catch it in your
hand, it'll have a51percent
chance of coming up tails."
Seems like something the
Saints and Browns and
anyone else involved in
coin flips for any reason all
around the world might
want to think about, right?
Except for this, when it
comes to the NFL: Refer-
ees are told to not catch the
coins; instead, they're sup-
posed to let them land on
the ground, so Holmes said
her study doesn't apply at
all.
It's part of a carefully
choreographed ritual out-
lined by the league, which
instructs refs to:
show the heads and
tails sides of the coin to
each squad, starting with
the home team;
Sask the visiting team's
captains who will call the
toss;
ask what that call is;
m announce that choice
before the flip (a rule
added in the aftermath of
the infamous 1998 Thanks-
giving Day "Coin Flip
Flap," when Pittsburgh
Steelers running back
Jerome Bettis and official
Phil Luckett disagreed
about what Bettis called be-
fore overtime against the
Detroit Lions, who won the
game 19-16);
announce the result of
the flip;
Shave the winner choose
whether to receive the kick-
off, or to kick off to the
other team, or to pick which
end of the field to defend,
or to defer its choice until
the second half.
The biggest coin-flip flop
might have come in over-
time of the blustery 1962
AFL championship game,
when Dallas Texans run-
ning back Abner Haynes
was ordered by coach Hank
Stram to take the side of the
field backed by the wind.
Haynes won the toss and,
apparently figuring the
Houston Oilers would elect
to receive if he picked a
side to defend, told the ref-
eree, "We'll kick to the
clock."
Because the first thing
Haynes said was, "We'll
kick," the referee took that
to mean the Texans were
choosing to give the Oilers
the ball first in OT And that
meant the Oilers got to
choose to have the wind at


course. It is unusual for a
first-year runner to qualify
for the state meet, much less
give a respectable showing.
"iIt was respectable,"
Weber said. "I went all out."
"She ran a great time,"
Citrus High girls coach
Brian Lattin said. "She ran
a great race and capped a
great season."
Making her sixth trip to
state, Lecanto High's Chloe
Benoist was 40th with a time
of 20 minutes exactly.
Benoist also ran for three
years at Seven Rivers Chris-
tian School before transfer-
ring to Lecanto.
"I think I did OK," said
Benoist, a junior. "I was
hoping to run a better time.
It's (running at state) defi-
nitely cool. Not many kids
get to run at middle school.
It's OK. I'm ready for track."
"We are pleased that she
made it here," Lecanto
coach Dan Epstein said.
"She has been at the state
meet since sixth grade. How
many kids can say they have
been here six times? Next
year, it will be No. 7, and we
are going to have the whole
team here. She did very
well. Great season."


their backs. The Texans
overcame Haynes' blunder,
though, winning the game
in the second extra period
- with the wind in their
favor.
Here's one thing the NFL
does not regulate: the coins
themselves. Other than
when there are special
commemorative coins, such
as at the Super Bowl, the
league says the referee is
responsible for showing up
with any ol' quarter or half-
dollar and using that for the
pregame flip.
As for whether there re-
ally could be a correlation
- as opposed to a, um, co-
incidence between the
toss and how a game turns
out, players and coaches
point out there are some
advantages to making that
choice at the outset of a
game. Ifa stadium is partic-
ularly windy, say, or if you
really want to get the ball at
the beginning of the second
half.
"You want to be able to
dictate what you put out on
the field first, whether it's
your offense that's feeling
good or your defense that's
feeling good," said Red-
skins cornerback DeAngelo
Hall.
"It doesn't really matter
much," Hall concluded, un-
less the flip comes in over-
time.
"Sure got to win that one,
you know? You really want
to win that one," he said.
one would think so, any-
way. After all, the NFL al-
tered its postseason OT
rules because of concerns
the coin toss has an unfairly
large role in determining
outcomes of games that go
past regulation. Now in the
playoffs, if a team that wins
the overtime toss receives
the ball and kicks a field
goal, the other team gets a
possession, too.
Surprisingly, teams win-
ning the overtime coin toss
this season are only 1-5.
At the opposite end of the
spectrum are the San Fran-
cisco 49ers and the Miami
Dolphins, who are tied for
the league lead at 8-2 in
coin-flip Ws and Ls, that is.
The similarities end once
the game actually begins, of
course: The 49ers lead the
NFC West with an 8-1
record; the Dolphins are
last in the AFC East at 2-7.
"It's just luck. We don't
have a system or anything,"
49ers coach Jim Harbaugh
said. "If we do, they haven't
told me."


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(43) Buffalo
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(48'/) Tampa Bay
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(40'/) Arizona

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NeEngland W L T P66 25 2 0
Buffalo 5 4 0 .556 229 218
N.Y Jets 5 5 0 .500 228 217
Miami 2 7 0 .222 158 178
South

Housto W 3 0 .7PO 27 1PA
Tenne see 5 4 0 .556 186 172
Jacksonville 3 6 0 .333 115 166
Indianapolis 0 10 0 .000 131 300
Nrh W L T Pct PF PA
Pittsburgh 7 3 0 .700 220 179
Baltimore 6 3 0 .667 225 152
Cincinnati 6 3 0 .667 212 164
Clveland 3 6 0 .333 131 183


Pct PF
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.500 205
.444 216
.444 141


Oakland
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Dartmouth 24, Princeton 17
Delaware 26, Villanova 16
Duquesne 45, Robert Morris 10
aoyCdos 4, Yalrdham 21
James Madison 34, UMass 17
Lehigh 37, Lafayette 13
Louisville 34, UConn 20
NeweH mpshi e On, Maine 27
Stony Brook 41, Liberty 31
Temple 42, Army 14
Towson 28, Rhode Island 17
Wagner 44, Monmouth (NJ) 29
Alabama 45, Georgi aS~o hern 21
Appalachian St. 28, Elon 24
Arkansas St. 45, Middle Tennessee 19
Auburn 35, Samford 16
Bthune-Cookman 6, Florida0A&M 16

Coastal Carolina 45, W. Carolina 21
Davidson 30, Valparaiso 22
Delaware St. 39, Howard 36
U.K ntok i23 UT-Martin 16
Georgia St. 42, Campbell 35
Georgia Tech 38, Duke 31
Hampton 42, Morgan St. 18
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Morehead St. 55, Butler 35
NC A&T 31, NC Central 21
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Troy 34, FAU 7


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Sunday's Games
Tampa Bay at Green Bay, 1 p.m.
Oakland at Minnesota, 1 p.m.
Crlna taWDet oit, 1 p.m.
Jacksonville at C elaind p.m.
Cincinnati at Baltimore, 1 p.m.
Buffalo at Miami, 1 p.m.
Arizona at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m.

S Dego t Ch ago 4:1 .m.
Tennessee at Atlanta, 4:15 p.m.
Philadelphia at N.Y Giants, 8:20 p.m.
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College Football Major Scores

Albany (NY) 31, Sacred Heart 21
Buffalo 51, Akron 10
CCSU 42, Bryant 21


proved very instructional
for his young team.
"To be there in the end,
on the road in this environ-
ment, that's good," he said.
"We left opportunities out
there, but the whole learning
experience, certainly play-
ing a tight game like this and
seeing what it takes to exe-
cute and make some stops,
that was all very beneficial.
"We're grading out sev-
eral things we're focusing
on from Thursday and
tonight, and I cannot fault
the kids' effort levels," Feld-
man added. "If we play at
that kind of effort level night
in and night out, we'll get
our share of wins."
The Pirates, led by junior
Robert Speakman's 21-point
effort, put themselves in po-
sitions to win in the waning
seconds of both the fourth
quarter and overtime, but
missed an alley-oop and a
pair of near tap-ins at the
end of regulation and later
missed a difficult jumper in


the game's final moment.
Buffalo junior guard Austin
Tatman scored a game-high
22 points, and made a foul
shot with six seconds re-
maining in overtime to give
his team a 1-point advantage.
Fbldman was disappointed
in Crystal River's mistakes
during the final sequence.
"Defensively, we gave our-
selves plenty of opportuni-
ties after we squandered
away the lead. But we
specifically said we didn't
want to get beat with a jump
shot or see it end on the free
throw line. Unfortunately,
our guy commits a silly tap
foul, and when we had
something drawn up and got
the ball in for the final shot,
we didn't executive our
play."
The Villages made 13 of
their 19 free throws, while
the Pirates were 15-for-28 at
the line.
Crystal River hosts Citrus
Tuesday for their season
opener.


SEAN ARNOLD
Correspondent

THE VILLAGES The
Pirates boys' basketball
team gained valuable expe-
rience in a pair of contests
at The Villages Preseason
Classic this past week.
Despite losing both games,
they're now more aware of
what it might take to be suc-
cessful in critical situations
as the season unfolds.
Crystal River led most of
the first three-and-a-half pe-
riods Saturday night against
the Buffalo, but failed to
register a field goal in the
third before missing game-
winning shot opportunities
at the end of regulation and
overtime en route to a 59-58
loss.
Pirates coach Steve Feld-
man liked his team's inten-
sity at the Classic, which
also included a 67-44 Crystal
River loss to Lake Weir
Thursday, and he thinks Sat-
urday's narrow defeat


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HOMESTEAD Tony
Stewart has run his mouth
for almost a month trying to
rattle Carl Edwards in the
race to NASCAR's champi-
onship.
Edwards has tuned it all
out, and on Saturday he did
his talking on the track.
Edwards won the pole for
Sunday's season finale at
Homestead-Miami Speed-
way, where the Sprint Cup
Series championship will
be decided. Edwards goes
into the race with a three-
point lead over Stewart,
who qualified 15th. One of
the two will bring an official
end to Jimmie Johnson's
record five-year run, and the
pole-winning run seemed to
indicate Edwards is on pace.
Is itall liningup for Edwards
to win his first Cup title?
"I don't know that I be-
lieve in fate, but I do believe
that things happen for a rea-
son," Edwards said. "I do
believe that whatever you
encounter you have to treat
as if that's just the way it's
supposed to be. But, yeah,
this is going really well so
far and, hopefully, this helps
us all race. We didn't need to
qualify poorly, get a poor pit
stall, have some little thorn
in our side the whole race,
so this will hopefully help us
for the whole event."
But Stewart, a two-time
champion, cautioned there's
still 400 miles to be run.
"Don't start etching his
name on the trophy yet,"
said Stewart, who is bidding
to become the first owner/
driver to win the title since
Alan Kulwicki in 1992. "I'm
excited about it. I'm notkinown
to be much of a qualifier, so
15th, I'm pretty content."
Edwards turned a lap at
175.467 mph in his Roush
Fenway Racing Ford, best-
ing Martin Truex Jr. and
Kasey Kahne, winner last
week at Phoenix.
Kurt Busch qualified
fourth and was followed by
Penske Racing teammate
Brad Keselowski, Edwards
teammate Matt Kenseth and
Jeff Gordon. Greg Biffle, an-
other Edwards teammate,
qualified eighth while John-
son and Denny Hamlin
rounded out the top 10.
Stewart's lap for the 15th
starting spot was 173.332
mph in a Chevrolet.
He and Edwards had de-
cidedly different strategies
during Saturday's two prac-
tice sessions. Rain washed
out all Cup activity on Fri-
day, so Edwards and Stewart
had to get the most of their 2
1/2 hours on the track.
In the first session, Ed-
wards ran 49 laps and his
10-lap average ranked sec-
ond overall. Stewart ran 30
laps and ranked third in 10-
lap average.
But in the second session,
Edwards crew chief Bob Os-
borne switched the No. 99 into
qualifying trim and Edwards
ran only three laps, logging
the fastest lap of the day.
Stewart had a very busy
second session, running 52
more laps and logging in at
ninth overall in 10-lap aver-
age, and he was confident
he had the better strategy.
"They're either going to
look like geniuses doing it
or not," he said of Edwards'
strategy. "You look at how
many laps we ran, we spent
a lot of time trying to find
the combination for race trim.


We got the one-lap deal out
of the way, now we have to
worry about the 400 miles."
Edwards has a great his-
tory at Homestead and that's
helped him stay relaxed. He's
a two-time winner at Home-
stead, is the defending race
winner, and has 5.7 average
finish in seven races.
He seemed to think Satur-
day that he can win the sea-
son finale.
"I'm not just giving you lip
service: I'm here to do a job
and to do it well and it truly
doesn't matter what's said
or what happens until that
checkered flag falls," Ed-
wards said.


Park, Gal share lead in Orlando


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ORLANDO -Hee
YOung Park birdied three
of the final four holes for a
3-under 69 and a share of
the third-round lead with
Sandra Gal on Saturday in
the LPGA Tour's season-
ending Titleholders.
Gal, the German player
who won the Kia Classic in
March for her first LPGA
Tour title, shot a 71 in
tricky wind conditions to
match Park at 7 under at
Grand Cypress Resort.
Park, from South Korea,
is WillieSS ill fouT full Sea-
sons on the LPGA Tour.
She was asked if she's
ready to win.
"I don't know, like is this
the right sentence, but I'm
very thirsty, right?" Park
Said. "Yeah, I'm ready."
Gal dropped three
strokes with a bogey on No.
8 and a double bogey on
No. 9, then played the back
in 2 under with birdies on
NOS. 11 and 13.
"I'm actually pretty
drained right now," she
Said. "It was such a roller-
COaster round, but it's all
just good. I'm happy to be up
there leading. It was tough
out there for me today.
"You probably saw I had
a good start and then just
in the middle of the round I
had a couple bad holes. But
I'm really proud of myself
how I pulled it together on
the back nine. Sometimes
yOU' VBjust got to hang in
there and fight it out, and it
was one of those days."
Suzann Pettersen was a
stroke back after a 68.
"At least I have a chance,"
Pettersen said. "I mean,
after the first day I was al-
most too far back, and I was
a bit fortunate that the
Weather was what it was
yesterday because had it
been the same as day one,
people could have easily
gOt to two figures, and I
would have almost been to-
tally out of it. It was nice to
grind it out yesterday and
filliSh strong today."


Associated Press
He Young Park, of South Korea, hits a shot from the third tee Saturday during the third
round of the CME Group Titleholders LPGA golf tournament in Orlando.


Paul Creamer (71) was 5
under: She's winless this year
"That's what I want. I
want to go against the best
players head to head,"
Creamer said. "If it's my day,
it's my day, and ifnot, I know
what I need to work on."
Top-ranked Yani Tseng
had a 66 the best round
of the day to match Na
Yeon Choi (75) at 4 under.
"I'm really happy and
proud of myself," Tseng
said. "I mean, 6 under on


this golf course with these
conditions is not that easy,
solIplayed really good today"
Choi struggled after
leading after each of the
first two rounds
"I started good, but my
shots and my putter weren't
as perfect as the last two
days," Choi said. "I have
one more day. I'm going to
the range to hit some shots
and find some feel. I'll
come back tomorrow with
some confidence."





Continued from Page B1

picked up two more wins
to capture a session for the
first time since singles in
2007.
Retief Goosen and Charl
Schwartzel handed Watson
and Simpson their first loss
of the week The Americans
made only one birdie, a poor
effort in fourballs even in a
cold, steady rain as the wind
picked up. Geoff Ogilvy
and K.J. Choi hung on for a
1-up win over Steve
Stricker and Matt Kuchar.
As the temperatures kept
plunging some 25 de-
grees by the end of the day
the Americans heated up,
along with the emotions.
Jason Day celebrated a
30-foot birdie putt on the
17th to seemingly stay in
the match, only for Hunter
Mahan to bury his birdie
putt from just outside 20
feet for a 2-and-1 win over
Day and Aaron Baddeley.
Mahan flung his putter
to the ground when it
dropped and let out a roar.
"This is an Australian
team we were playing
here," Mahan said. "You
heard the crowd, so to win
like that, it feels good."
Ernie Els and Adam
Scott put up a strong fight
in the final match, both
holing key putts down the
stretch. Scott missed a 12-
footer to square the match
on the 17th, though, and
missed from 25 feet on the
last hole to allow Furyk


Tseng, coming of a 19th-
place tie last week in Mex-
ico, has seven LPGA Tour
wins this season includ-
ing major victories in the
LPGA Championship and
Women's British Open. The
Taiwanese star leads the
money list with $2,886,656
- $1,450,734 more than
second-place Cristie Kerr
- and has already won the
player of the year award.
Michelle Wie was even
par after a 72.


and Watney a 1-up win.
Furyk is leading the way
for the United States, a
winner in all four of his
matches. He and Phil
Mickelson went to 3-0 as a
team after winning their
foursomes match Saturday
morning. U.S. captain
Fred Couples decided to
rest Mickelson for Sun-
day's finale.
That ended a streak of
32 consecutive matches
played at the Presidents
Cup for Mickelson.
Next up is 12 singles
matches, with the United
States needing only 4 1/2
points to keep the cup.
"We've got a shot," Scott
said. "It's going to have to
be a remarkable day to-
morrow, but we have a
shot at it. That's all we ask
for. It's not over."
Woods has played well,
except on the greens. He
carried the load for the
second time in a loss, as
Johnson contributed only
one hole in their fourballs
loss in the afternoon. Even
so, Woods has a 1-3 record,
matching his career low in
these competitions.
Even the one point he
won didn't come easily.
He and Johnson trailed
early in the match until
winning consecutive holes
with pars as Scott and
Choi struggled. Woods and
Johnson went 1 up on the
13th when the International
team conceded before
reaching the green, and the
Americans went2 upon the
next hole after Scott and
Choi made another bogey.


Associated Press

MALEIANE, South Afica
- Garth Mulroy birdied five
straight holes on the back
nine to take the lead with
an 8-under 64 at the Euro-
pean Tour's Alfred Dunhill
Championship on Saturday
The South African has
aHOther chance at a first
European Tour title after
his late run pushed him to
15 under and two shots
ahead of Chile's Felipe
Agullar heading to the
final round at Leopard
Creek Country Club.
MulTOy's surge helped
him overtake Jbe Kruger,
who lost a four-shot advan-
tage when he finished with


a 1-over 73.
.Mulroy had three
birdies on the front nine,
went bogey-free for the
day and shot to the top of
the leaderboard with five
straight birdies from Nos.
13 through 17. He got a par
on his last hole.
Mulroy twice has come
close to getting a European
Tour title on home soil,
losing a playoff to Richard
Sterne at the 2008 Joburg
Open and finishing second
to Charl Schwartzel at the
same tournament this year
Kruger had four bogeys
with three birdies to drop
into a four-way tie for third
as Mulroy and Aguilar
passed him.


Alfred Dunhill
Championship scores
Saturday ataLe pad CreekAC untry Club,

Purse: $1.36 million; Yardage: 7,249; Par: 72
Third Round
Garth Mulroy, South Africa 69-68-64--201
Felipe Aguilar, Chile 71-64-68--203
PtneriWhittefor,ooScotln 736-4 24
George Murray, Scotland 66-69-69--204
Jbe Kruger, South Africa 64-67-73--204
Merrick Bremner, South Africa 68-68-69--205

Ja-apit Gonnet, France 0 716--0
George Coetzee, South Af rica 66-71 -69--206
Vaughn Groenewald, South Africa76-65-66-
207

Crit Ia BsSon onuth Africa69-71-608 -
208
Mikko Korhonen, Finland 68-70-70--208
Jaco Van Zyl, South Af rica 68-68-72--208
Seve Benson, England 64-71-73--208
Dab izio anaott Paratguayic 7071 --

Iskandar JohorOpen
SCOreS
Saturday at Horizon Hills Golf and Country
Club, Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Purse: $2 million; Yardage: 6,945; Par: 71
completed Second Round
The tournament was been sotndt 4
holes bybrain. All 2 remaining players

Daniel Chopra, Sweden 64-65--129
Gregory Bourdy, France 64-67--131
James Morrison, England 66-65--131
Padrai Harrin toh Irel nd 6 7-3

Jose Manuel Lara, Spain 67-67--134
Marcus Fraser, Australia 64-70--134
Michael Jonzon, Sweden 69-65--134
Christie dN sson a hd 67 67- 13

Soren Hansen, Denmark 68-67--135
Rhys Davies, Wales 70-65--135
Soren Kjeldsen, Denmark 71-64--135
Darren Beck, Australia 70-65--135
B~rettnRumfeod SA sria 7164- 15
Fredrik Andersson Hed, Sweden 68-67--135
Michael Hoey, N. Ireland 69-67--136
MarcelhSieN, aThman I d 7-1 3
Peter Karmis, South Africa 70-66--136
Jamie McLeary, Scotland 66-70--136
Rikard Karlberg, Sweden 70-66--136
Louis Oosthuizen, South)Africa 69-67--136

Anthony Kang, United States 72-66--138
Jaosn Knutzon, United States 71-69--140
Colin Montgomerie, Scotland 69-71--140
Final-Round Leaderboard

G egr Boourrdy -1 u 1
James Morrison -11 thru 1
Padraig Harrington -11 thru 1
Brett Rumford -9 thru 3
Darren Beck -9 thru 3

JsM nelara -9 tr
Joost Luiten -9 thru 1
Rhys Davies -8 thru 3
Marcus Fraser -8 thru 2
Soe eKje dsn on tr
Christian Nilsson -8 thru 2
Mohd Siddikur -8 thru 1


Associated Press


two-time PGA Tour winner
at 13 under.
None of the 72 players
were able to finish their
round, which will be com-
pleted on Sunday.
Defending champion
Padraig Harrington of Ire-
land, James Morrison of
England and Frenchman
Gregory Bourdy were two
shots back after also play-
ing just one hole Saturday
at the Horizon Hills Golf
and Country Club.


JOHOR BAHRU, Malaysia
- Heavy rain washed out
play Saturday and forced
organizers to reduce the
Iskandar Johor Open to 54
holes, with Sweden's Daniel
Chopra holding a two-shot
lead going into the final day
Chopra only had time to
play one hole of his third
round before the down-
pOUr forced play to be can-
celed for the day, with the


But just as he started the sentence
over the radio, he stopped and
said, "Keep doing what you're
doing."
Stenhouse did.
He ran near the front much of
the race. And he had the lead late
until spinning his tires on a restart
and getting stuck in some traffic.
He nearly ran down Keselowski on
the final lap, but came up a few car
lengths short.
Stenhouse and Sadler were the
only drivers still eligible for the
title.
Stenhouse's guaranteed finish-
ing spot improved just after the
green flag as "start and park" cars
headed to the garage. Morgan
Shepherd, Fain Skinner, Scott
Speed and Matt Carter all drove
just a few laps before calling it
quits. Josh Wise and Chase Miller
followed them a few laps later,


making it official.
The rest was a mere formality.
Daytona 500 champion Trevor
Bayne finished 11th. Former Indy-
Car star Danica Patrick crossed
the line 32nd after wrecking
shortly after a restart with 14 laps
to go.
Sprint Cup regulars were ineli-
gible for the Nationwide title.
NASCAR officials instituted a new
rule this year that prevented driv-
ers from racing for championships
in more than one series.
The change was made in hopes
of bolstering the identity of up-
and-coming drivers in the second-
tier series.
The series has been dominated
by Cup stars, with Keselowski
(2010), Kyle Busch (2009), Bowyer
(2008), Edwards (2007) and Kevin
Harvick (2006) winning the previ-
ous five Nationwide titles.


Associated Press
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. celebrates
Saturday after winning the
NASCAR Nationwide series
championship.


M1 TOy in lead at Alfr~ed


tDunninl unampionsinp


C hAA O I10[ opr lead Jas Joy.


Open reduced to 54 holes


ON TIONWIDE
Continued from Page B1

The team had communication is-
sues early. Apparently, someone
not associated with the team left
the push-to-talk button open on a
radio, causing problems that even-
tually got solved by switching chan-
nels. Later, with about 70 laps
remaining, Stenhouse scraped the
wall for the second time.
None of the mishaps did much to
dampen Stenhouse's day.
Crew chief Mike Kelley gave
Stenhouse the news a little past
the halfway point, saying, "All
right, man, I got the word. You are
the champion."
Kelley knew how many cars
were out of the race early and con-
sidered telling Stenhouse then.


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CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE


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Jeremy London
sought in assault
PALM SPRINGS, Calif.
- Palm Springs police
say they're seeking actor

London
for ques-
tioning
after re-
ceiving a
call from
Shis girl-
friend al-
Jeremty leging he
London assaulted
her
Sgt. Kyle Stjerne said
the department received
a call at about 10:30 a.m.
Friday from London's
girlfriend, alleging the
actor assaulted her out-
side her Palm Springs
home.
Stjerne said a verbal
altercation over custody
of the couple's child be-
came violent and she suf.
fered minor injuries. The
woman's name wasn't re-
leased.
London's lawyer,
Catherine Lombardo, de-
nied allegations the
abuse occurred.
London's volatile rela-
tionship and addiction
issues were broadcast to
VH1 viewers during sea-
son four of the reality
show "Celebrity Rehab"
with Dr. Drew Pinsh5
London's most memo-
rable performances in-
clude the slacker
anti-hero lead role of TS
Quint in "Mallrats" and
roles on television's "7th
Heaven" and "Party of
Five "
More charges in
hacking case
LOS ANGELES A
Florida man has been
indicted on two addi-
tional felony counts for
allegedly hacking into
an email account be-
longing to an umnamed

aour do0 ent o -
tained
Friday .
Christopher Chaney,
35, of Jacksonville, Fla.,
was charged Tuesday
with one count each of
unauthorized access to a
computer and aggravated
identity theft. He now
faces a total of 28 counts
and more than 100 years
in prison if convicted.
Chaney previously
pleaded not guilty to 26
counts, including wire-
tapping. An email left
Friday for Chaney's
spokesman Ryan Julison
was not immediately re-
turned.
An unnamed actress
complained that her
email was compromised
in October after federal
agents served a search
warrant at Chaney's
home and seized his
computer, according to
an affidavit.
Federal agents be-
lieve Chaney hacked
into her account 13
times last month. The
woman, who is referred
to only by her initials
C.B. in court docu-
ments, reported the
hacking might have oc-
curred as early as April.
The woman joins more
than 50 alleged victims,
including Christina
Aguilera, Scarlett Jo-
hansson and MVila Kunis,
who prosecutors say had
their emails hacked by
Chaney.
-From wire reports


Associated Press
in this Oct. 18 photo, owner, founder and CEO Sarma Melngailis holds a plate featuring her restaurant's most pop-
ular dish, a local heirloom tomato lasagna featuring basil pistachio pesto, sun-dried tomato marinara, macadamia
pumpkin seed ricotta and zucchini, in front of Pure Food and Wine in New York. The restaurant, which counts well-
known celebrities, sports figures and politicians among it's clientele, serves only vegan and raw food.


?4111011 n#1ZS dsSOCiated with phnt-based diet


Associated Press

NEW YORK Walk into Pure
Food and Wine on Manhattan's chic
Irving Place and out back to its spa-
cious, luxurious garden, and you
might spot actress Katie Holmes. Or
Alec Baldwin and his new girlfriend,
whom he met at the restaurant.
Or football player Tom Brady. Or
radio host Howard Stern. Or Bill
Clinton and daughter Chelsea,
who've made a number of visits to-
gether, enjoying the sweet corn and
cashew tamales with portabella or
a mint sundae for dessert. Or any
number of Wall Street moguls.
It could be any trendy New York
eatery, but Pure serves only vegan
and raw food, with nary an egg nor
an oven in sight. Its upscale clien-
tele is a mix of vegans, vegetarians
and just plain foodies, but clearly a
sign of how the image of veganism
has changed in recent years.
Call them the big-time vegans:
The celebrity standard-bearers for
a vegan lifestyle aren't just wispy
young actresses. They include talk-
show host Ellen DeGeneres, along
with wife Portia de Rossi. (Or Oprah
Winfrey, who isn't vegan but led her
staff on a public 21-day vegan
cleanse.) Or men like Ozzy Os-
bourne and Russell Brand, who in
recent weeks both declared them-
selves vegans. Athletes like Carl
Lewis and Mike Tyson. Even NFL
player Tony Gonzalez, tight end for
the Atlanta Falcons and 245-plus
pounds, attributes his longevity to a
largely vegan diet.
And then there are the moguls,
like billionaire publisher, real es-
tate developer and recent avowed
vegan Mort Zuckerman, and Steve
Wynn, the Las Vegas casino mag-
nate, who's hired a vegan chef and
put vegan options in his resort
restaurants. Biz Stone, the co-
founder of Twitter, also has spoken
of his veganism.
of all the high-profile vegans,
though, Clinton is the biggest
"catch." Advocates were thrilled
and stunned when he talked about
it on CNN last year, telling host
Wolf Blitzer that his impressive 24-
pound weight loss was due to a
largely plant-based diet a
regime he believes will prolong his
life.
"I fell off my chair when I heard
him talking about his almond milk
smoothie," says prominent vegan
chef and cookbook author Tal Ron-


Associated Press
This 2007 file photo shows actress/comedian Ellen DeGeneres, left, and ac-
tress Portia deRossi as they arrive at the Louis Vuitton Gala Murakami Ex-
hibition in Los Angeles. De Rossi wants people to know about the vegan
lifestyle she's adopted with DeGeneres, her wife of three years one
they've chosen out of concern for animal welfare.


nen, who has worked with celebri-
ties like Winfrey and DeGeneres,
and is a collaborating chef for
Wynn's two Las Vegas resorts.
"Someone like Bill Clinton who
grew up on southern comfort food
talking about his vegan diet it
shows how things are changing."
But what about hard numbers?


The Vegetarian Resource Group, a
nonprofit education and advocacy
group, reports that its polling on
the issue indicates there's been a
marked increase over the last
decade in veganism in America
and that it's currently either re-
maining steady or, more likely,
slowly rising.


Birthday: Numerous interests may capture your attention
in the year ahead, which is well and good. However, take
care not to have too many irons in the fire at once. They
could trip you up on accomplishing anything of importance.
Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) You shouldn't have any prob-
lems dealing with persons who operate on your same
wavelength, but the minute you run into a little bit of trouble,
the relationship could get garbled.
Sagittarius (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) When others go out of
their way for you, you're the type of person who tries to find
a way to reciprocate. Today, however, you might be more of
a taker than a trader.
Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) When associating with
people who are able to spend money more freely than
most, don't try to keep up with them. Abide by your budget-
ary standards, not theirs.
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) Unless you are very care-


Today's HORsOSCPE
ful, there's a chance you could unwittingly interfere with
something that is presently running smoothly.
Pisces (Feb. 20-March 20) Friends are always willing to
accept your shortcomings because they appreciate that
you accept theirs. Find faults with them, however, and you
can expect the same in return.
Aries (March 21-April 19) After resolving a touchy
issue, let it go and get on with other things. If you keep re-
hashing it, all the good you did will quickly undo itself, and
you'll be right back where you started.
Taurus (April 20-May 20) Unless you are thorough on
every small detail, what you wrap up could quickly unravel
in front of you once again. You're capable of handling
things right; do a complete job.
Gemini (May 21-June 20) It's OK to make whatever
necessary changes are needed, but make sure what you
do does not cause a whole new set of problems for you.


There's a chance it might.
Cancer (June 21-July 22) Do not hastily agree to an
important arrangement that should be given careful consid-
eration. If you jump the gun, you might have to abide by
some bad arrangements for quite a while.
Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Be sure you or another member
of the family is there today when some work or a service is
being performed for you. Unsupervised, the entire job could
be done wrong.
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Do not take it upon yourself to
critique another person's work or performance today. Al-
though you might mean well, what you say could evoke re-
sponses you wouldn't want to hear.
Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Be careful not to push your fi-
nances to the extreme because they do have their limita-
tions. Be satisfied with any small gains you make, and do
not overspend on what you purchase.


Celebs tout vegan lifestyle


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Today is Sunday, Nov. 20,
the 324th day of 2011. There
are 41 days left in the year.
Today's Highlight:
On Nov. 20, 1789, New
Jersey became the first state
to ratify the Bill of Rights.
On thi date-
In 1620, Peregrine White
was born aboard the
Mayflower in Massachusetts
Bay; he was the first child
born of English parents in
present-day New England.
In 1947, Britain's future
queen, Princess Elizabeth,
married Philip Mountbatten,
Duke of Edinburgh, at West-
minster Abbey
In 1985, the first version of
Microsoft's Windows operat-
ing system, Windows 1.0,
was officially released.
Ten years ago: The al-
liance controlling
Afghanistan's capital and
much of its countryside
agreed to attend power-shar-
ing talks in Germany the fol-
lowing week.
Five years ago: After a
firestorm of criticism, News
Corp. said it had canceled
the O.J. Simpson book and
TV special "If I Did It," in
which Simpson was to speak
hypothetically about how he
would have committed the
1994 slaying of his ex-wife
and her friend. (The book
was later brought out by a
different publisher.)
One year ago: In com-
ments released by the Vati-
can, Pope Benedict XVI
opened the door on the previ-
ously taboo subject of con-
doms as a way to fight HIV,
saying male prostitutes who
used condoms might be be-
ginning to act responsibly.
Today's Birthdays: Nobel
Prize-winning author Nadine
Gordimer is 88. Actress-co-
median Kaye Ballard is 86.
Actress Estelle Parsons is 84.
TV personality Richard Daw-
son is 79. Comedian Dick
Smothers is 73. Singer Nor-
man Greenbaum is 69. Vice
President Joe Biden is 69.
Reggae musician Jim Brown
(UB40) is 54. Actress Sean
Young is 52. Pianist Jim
Brickman is 50. Rock musi-
cian Todd Nance (W~ide-
spread Panic) is 49. Actress
Ming-Na is 48. Actor Ned
Vaughn is 47. Rapper Mike D
(The Beastie Boys) is 46.
Rapper Sen Dog (Cypress
Hill) is 46. Country singer
Dierks Bentley is 36. Actor
Joshua Gomez is 36. Actress
Laura Harris is 35. Olympic
gold medal gymnast Do-
minique Dawes is 35. Coun-
try singer Josh Turner is 34.
Actor Dan Byrd is 26. Rock
musician Jared Followill


(Kin s of Leon) is 25.
Tou ht for Toda : "No
man remains quite what he
was when he recognizes
himself." Thomas Mann,
German author (1875-
1955).













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Associated Pre:
in this Friday Nov. 18, photo, a classic car drives in front of the headquarters of the firm Coral Capital Group in Havana. The government has give
no information on probes of the investment firm Coral Capital Group, led by a Briton, Tri-Star Caribbean and Tokmakjian Group, two car dealership
run by Canadians. The foreign business adviser and another businessman who spoke on condition of anonymity said all three cases sprang from
probe into graft at the Moa nickel mine, where several Cuban offcials and a Czech reportedly have been detained. The project is a joint venture bt
tween Cuba and the Canadian mining company Sherritt.


Amid economic reforms, Comnmunit Cuba goes apr graf, bribery, faud


Gerry Mulligan
OUT THE
WINDOW


PAUL HAVEN
Associated Press

HAVANA

down on an upscale business
complex to shutter the offices of
a Canadian car dealership. Top
executives at Cuba's famed cigar
Monopoly find themselves be-
hind bars. A former government minister
trades his seat in power for a jail cell and a
15-year term.
President Raul Castro is matching his free
market economic changes with a zealous bat-
tle against entrenched corruption on this
Communist-run island, much of it involving
Cuban officials at major state-run companies
and ministries as well as the foreigners they
do business with.
Cuba says the crusade is essential to save
the socialist system. Others wonder at the tim-
ing of a crackdown that has sent a chill
through the small foreign business commu-
nity, just when the cash-strapped economy
needs international financing to push the re-
forms along.
Cuba has battled corruption before, even
executing a former revolutionary war hero on
drug trafficking charges in 1989. But past ar-
rests have been largely limited to Cubans. An-
alysts say the current crackdown seems
different, with Canadian, French, Czech,
Chilean and English citizens jailed or sen-
tenced for their alleged roles, and scores of
small South American and European compa-
nies kicked out of the country
The sale of Korean cars and car parts
slowed this year as two top distributors, both
Canadian, became ensnared. Meanwhile
products like Chilean wine, juice and tomato
paste temporarily disappeared from super-


market shelves, replaced after a few months
by other brands.
One thing is clear. The rules of doing busi-
ness in Cuba have changed dramatically
under Raul.
"This is not a campaign, what is happening
in the fight against corruption," Attorney Gen-
eral Dario Delgado told journalists this
month. "This is permanent. This is systemic.
There is a will on the part of the state ... that
corruption cannot be permitted."
While the nonprofit Transparency Interna-
tional says Cuba ranks better than average
worldwide in a measure of corruption and is
third best in Latin America and the
Caribbean, graft here can be more corrosive
because the state controls nearly the entire
economy.
Companies wanting to do business with
Cuba must present their cases directly to mid-
level government officials who may make
about $20 a month. There is no open bidding
for contracts and decisions go unexplained,
which businessmen say opens the possibility
of graft.
A South American importer with a decade
of experience selling food products to Cuba
before he was expelled for alleged corruption
in 2009 said the payoffs can take many forms:
from the gift of a bit of gas money, a free meal
or a computer pen drive for a relatively junior
"international purchaser," to free trips
abroad, computers, flat-screen TVs or large
deposits of cash in foreign bank accounts for
senior officials.
"The forms of persuasion let's call it that
- are nearly infinite," he said, adding that
the system is so pervasive that "a business-
man must always have a wad of cash to stuff
the pocket of a guayabera," the loose-fitting
traditional Cuban dress shirt.
Cuban officials have not said what impact


the crackdown will have on the island's econ-
omy, but they have warned repeatedly that
widespread graft has the potential to
destroy it.
"The fight against corruption is vitally im-
portant," said Comptroller General Gladys
Bejerano, a stern, poker-faced official who is
spearheading the investigations. "It doesn't
produce fatalities and there are no bombs or
blood ... but it is the only thing that can bring
down the revolution because it destroys our
values and morality and it corrodes our insti-
tutions."
Castro has thrown his full weight behind
the project since taking over from his ailing
brother in 2006. In 2007, he signed a law im-
posing stricter rules on public officials. When
he put Bejerano in charge of the Comptroller
General's Office in 2009, he altered the chain
of command so that she would report directly
to him and the Council of State, Cuba's
supreme governing body.
Even the Cuban leader has joked that Be-
jerano was not the most popular at govern-
ment parties.
"Comrade Gladys Bejerano was not well
liked by some, and there was always someone
complaining" that her investigations are "de-
moralizing," Castro told legislators in a De-
cember 2010 speech. "They said 'Gladys is
very unforgiving, she can be very stern.' That
is what we want. That is what I constantly de-
mand."
The arrests and raids also have sent a shud-
der through Havana's small foreign business
community, a collection of risk-takers who al-
ways have accepted a high degree of uncer-
tainty doing business with a Marxist country
that is subject to a 49-year U.S. trade em-
bargo, and which has a mixed track record of


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people in Citrus
ShrCounty.a hnr
There are hungry
children.
When we get stuck in our
busy middle-class lives it's
sometimes hard to remem-
ber that there are folks
who are less fortunate. And
during these difficult eco-
nomic times, there are
many families who have
tou le pu ting enough
food on their tables.
In Citrus County, there
are people searching for
answers and today I'm
asking that you help. The
United Way is wrapping
up its annual fundraising
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family in our community
donated $30, we'd gener-
ate enough funds to get
some important things
done.
So I am asking each of
you to step up to the plate
See Page C4


Charlie Brennan
SHADES
OF GRAY


Page C


would like to take this opportu-
government spending, our local
taxes, and give you some data and
statistics on those issues.
The Citrus County
Board of County Com-
missioners (BOCC) con-
tinues to cut costs,
reduce spending, and
promote job creation. It
is important for us to get
our message out, and
continue to move for-
ward with those initia-
tives. Joe 1
In spite of some of the GUI
anonymous comments
and letters to the Citrus COLI
County Chronicle, men-
tioning increased spending and
wasteful expenditures, the facts
prove otherwise.
Since 2008, the BOCC has re-
duced our overall budget by $52.5
million. More specifically we have
reduced the ad valorem, or prop-
erty tax, collection by $19 million
since 2008. For the first time in the
history of Citrus County, we have
reduced the budget in consecutive
years. Most importantly, we have
managed to improve the level of
core services to the citizens of Cit-
rus County. This did not happen
from luck or by chance, but is a re-
sult of building a team, working to-


gether and making ourselves more
efficient.
The bottom line is we spend a
great deal less money now than
what we spent last year, and the
year before that. While a
few people may try to
..: point to hot-button is-
sues to stir people's
emotions, and declare
local county government
is wasting and abusing
tax dollars, the fact of
the matter is we have
cut millions upon mil-
Mleek lions of dollars, and
EST have continued to focus
on areas where we can
UMN further reduce our costs
and increase the effi-
ciency of our local government.
In addition to the reduction in
Our budget, I would like to mention
our tax structure, and how, as a
county, we consistently have one of
the lowest tax rates in the state of
Florida.
According to Florida Tax Watch,
a nonpartisan institute that moni-
tors and ranks Florida counties'
spending, budgets, and tax rates,
Citrus County consistently ranks
very well. The rankings are listed
from 1-67, for the number of coun-
ties in Florida, with 1 being the

See Page C4


Charlie Brennan who
.preceded me put pen-
ci11to paper and pieced to-
gether recollections of
significant portions of his
lie.
It's spotty in some
places and mesmerizing
in others.
Despite having had his
unfinished memoirs for
the past two or three
years, I've yet to complete
reading them. In part, it's
something to savor and, in
part, taking the mental
journey through his years
and experiences can be
emotionally draining.
Among the mesmerizing
sections are the war years
- World War II. The
friendships, experiences
and exposure to the world
profoundly shaped his
life.
But this isn't about my
father. This is about an-
other World War II vet-
eran, Bill Becker of Citrus
County. Becker, who will
turn 86 in a couple of
weeks, is compiling a per-
sonal history of his own
See Page C4


age, some Florida legislators
and their constituents have in-
quired about the status of Progress
Energy Florida's Crys-
tal River Nuclear Plant.
Some are questioning
our company's ap-
proach to the steam
generator replacement
project, while others
are second-guessing
our intended course of
repair.
As some engage in
these increasingly pub- Vne
lic debates, often un- GUI
supported by facts, we COLI
are carefully applying
lessons learned from
this unforeseeable, first-of-its-kind
event in an effort to safely and effi-
ciently restore our company's only
Florida nuclear plant to service.
Throughout the related regulatory
proceedings, we will not be side-
tracked by the kinds of unsubstan-
tiated claims, allegations and
misinformation that can lead to
media coverage lacking the full
context of the issue.
The Crystal River Nuclear Plant
is the only carbon-free generation
option on our Florida system capa-
ble of producing power 24 hours a


day. Every day the plant operates,
our customers save nearly $1 mil-
lion in fuel costs, leading to more
than $300 million in annual fuel
cost savings. The plant
is also a significant part
of Progress Energy's
and Florida's plans to
address climate change
while ensuring electric-
ity remains safe, reli-
able and affordable for
our 1.6 million business
and residential cus-
tomers.
;Dolan The steam generator
EST replacement project
UMN that began at the Crystal
River Nuclear Plant in
the fall of 2009 called for
cutting a 23-by-27-foot hole in the
42-inch-thick, concrete contain-
ment building wall. Before begin-
ning the work, we spent five years
and more than 10,000 man hours
developing a comprehensive plan
in collaboration with nuclear and
construction industry experts.
After cutting into the concrete,
workers discovered a delamination
(or separation) within the wall. In-
dependent analysis later deter-
mined that the delamination could


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"Morality is the custom of one's
country and thJe current feeling of
one's peers. Cannibalism is moral
in a cannibal country. "
Samuel Butler, 1835-1902


CITRus CouNTY CHRONICLE


Court agreed to rule on the
constitutionality of Oba-
macare's individual mandate, the
U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C.
Circuit affirmed, 2-1, its constitu-
tionality. Writing for
the majority, Judge
Laurence Silberman, a
Reagan appointee,
brusquely acknowl-
edged that upholding (
the mandate means
there is no limit to
Congress' powers
under the Commerce I 1
Clause. Fortunately,
Silberman's stark as- Georg
sertion may strengthen OTI
the counterargument. VOI
Silberman forces the
Supreme Court's five
conservatives to face the sober-
ing implications of affirming the
power asserted with the
mandate.
Does Congress' enumerated
power to regular te interstate com-
merce empower it to compel in-
dividuals, as a condition of living
in America, to engage in a com-
mercial activity? If any activity, or
inactivity, can be said to have
economic consequences, can it
be regulated or required by
Congress? Can Congress forbid
the inactivity of not purchasing a
product (health insurance) from
a private provider? Silberman
says yes:
"We acknowledge some dis-
comfort with the government's
failure to advance any clear doc-
trinal principles limiting con-
gressional mandates that any
American purchase any product
or service in interstate com-
merce. But to tell the truth, those
limits are not apparent to us, ei-
ther because the power to re-
quire the entry into commerce is
symmetrical with the power to
prohibit or condition commercial
behavior, or because we have not
yet perceived a qualitative limi-
tation. That difficulty is troubling,
but not fatal, not least because we
are interpreting the scope of a
long-established constitutional
power, not recognizing a new con-
stitutional right."
Some discomfort about saying


limited government is essentially
a fiction? Silberman's distinction
between interpreting the scope of
a government power and recog-
nizing a right is spurious because
rights begin where powers end.
So argues Florida
International Univer-
.sity's Elizabeth Price
--Foley, constitutional
litigator for the Insti-
tute for Justice. She is
amazed by Silberman's
disregard of "the in-
herently symbiotic re-
lationship between the
scope of government
e Will powers and individual
IER rights."
CES She says Silberman
has two false assump-
tions. One is that Con-
gress compelling acts of
commerce is "symmetrical" with
prohibiting or regulating com-
merce. The other is that the lack
of any principle to limit Congress
when purporting to regulate in-
terstate commerce is unimpor-
tant because it concerns only
government power, not an impor-
tant liberty interest of
individuals.
Silberman's supposed symme-
try between compulsion and reg-
ulation ignores the momentous
invasion of liberty by the former
If compulsion is authorized
whenever Congress touches any-
thing affecting commerce, this
Leviathan power dwarfs all other
enumerated powers.
Seventy-five years ago the
Supreme Court stopped defend-
ing many liberty interests it de-
cided were unimportant. Since
the New Deal, Foley says, the
court has, without "textual or
even contextual basis," distin-
guished between economic and
non-economic liberty.
The latter has received robust
judicial support. But economic
liberty freedom of individuals
to engage in, or not engage in,
consensual commercial transac-
tions has received scant pro-
tection against circumscription
or elimination by government.
This denial of judicial protection
has served the progressive
agenda of government supervi-


sion of economic life.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh, dis-
senting on the D.C. circuit court,
dryly praised Silberman's "can-
dor" in "admitting that there is no
real limiting principle" to the
Commerce Clause jurisprudence
embraced by the court's maj ority.
Kavanaugh, like Foley, empha-
sizes the asymmetry between, on
the one hand, regulating or pro-
hibitingcommercial activity and,
on the other hand, compelling
such activity.
He says the limitlessness
means "a law replacing Social
Security with a system of manda-
tory private retirement accounts
would be constitutional. So
would a law mandatingthat par-
ents purchase private college
savings accounts." Kavanaugh re-
jects the majority's (Silberman's)
attempt "to mitigate the dramatic
implications of its no-limiting-
principle holding" by noting that
"Congress is subject to a political
check":
"As the Supreme Court has told
us time and again, the structural
principles of the Constitution ...
protect individual liberty. And
the courts historically have
played an important role in en-
forcing those structural princi-
ples. ... That Congress is subject
to a political check does not ab-
solve the judiciary of its duty to
safeguard the constitutional
structure and individual liberty."
There is an abdication of judi-
cial duty in Silberman's compla-
cent conclusion, which is: We can
articulate no limit on Congress'
power flowing from the Com-
merce Clause; get over it. This
might galvanize aSupreme Court
majority to say "Enough!" and
begin protecting individual lib-
erty from a Commerce Clause
that the court itself has transmo-
grified into an anti-constitutional
gift to Congress of a virtually un-
limited police power. This case
can begin restoring Madison's
constitutional architecture for a
government limited by the enu-
meration of its powers.


George Will's email address is
georgewill@washpost. com.


CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE

EDITORIAL BOARD
Gerry Mulligan .................. ................... ..publisher
charlie Brennan ............... ... ................... ...editor
Neale Brennan ....... .promotions/community affairs
Mike Arnold .................. ................... ..HR director
~p--~" Sandra Frederick. ................... ........ managing editor
Curt Ebitz .................. ....................citizen member
b Tbne d Mac Harris .................. ...................citizen member
Williamson Rebecca Martin ................... .............guest member
"You may differ with mychoice, but not myright to choose. "
David S. Athurs publisher e eritus


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he still-evolving sexual
State offers a clear les-
son of what happens when in-
stitutional loyalty trumps
personal respon-
sibility. From alle-
gations contained THE I!
in the grand jury Penn S
indictment of a ab s
former coach, it aus
appears thtte OUR O1
power and impor-
tance of football An et ic
and the image of that sho
the coach and in- lessor
stitution made it institl
possible for a sus-
pected child mo-
lester to roam freely for more
than a decade.
While the courts will deter-
mine if Jerry Sandusky, the
once-respected former Penn
State defensive coordinator, is
guilty of the crimes for which
he has been indicted, the scope
of the scandal goes beyond
what one person may or may
not have done. The more trou-
bling issue is how a proud in-
stitution and respected football
program could turn a blind eye
to warning signs for so many
years.
According to news reports,
questions about Sandusky
were raised as early as 1998
when the mother of an 11-year-
old boy reportedly told police
Sandusky had showered naked
with her son. No charges were
filed.
In the following years there
were other incidents that
should have both raised red
flags and been reported to po-
lice, including alleged sexual
acts with minors inside Penn
State athletic facilities.
Reports of these incidents
apparently stayed within the
university, and officials were
slow to act when dealing with
allegations regarding a re-
spected former coach and pos-
sible blemishes on a football
program that had been consid-
ered a model program for its
perceived integrity, and which
generates an estimated $50
million in profit annually for
Penn State.
Protecting the image of this
program was apparently more
important to school officials
than confronting the allega-


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Sound Off from a person who
wrote in, "Go to work'

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tlig RbotliDemoncrats. I 563-1
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wre, they would be r shing to do
the crops in Georgia.
Hospice restaurant
I live in Homosassa Springs and
I don't know if everybody in the


tions. While reprehensible, the
behavior of Penn State is not
unique. The first instinct of
most organizations, including
schools and governments, is to
deal with a prob-
lem internally and
CSUE: then quietly move
ate sex on and hope no
,adal. one outside will
can know.

'INION: Ofen, it is
someone looking
II fail ure through public
uld be a records that ex-
to all poses wrongdoing
tions. an institution
would rather keep
secret. However,
keeping institutional secrets
was easier at Penn State than
in most institutions because
the college is exempt from the
state of Pennsylvania's open-
records law, thus shielding
records of internal
investigations.
But ultimately, it is not an
open-records law that should
drive the behavior of organiza-
tional leaders. It is simply
doing what is right, regardless
of whether it might bring tem-
porary embarrassment to the
institution. However, in many
instances, institutional leaders
opt for protecting their organi-
zation rather than taking ac-
tions they might take as
individuals when faced with
the same situation.
At his sentencing, former
presidential adviser and con-
victed Watergate burglar Jeb
Stuart Magruder explained his
behavior by telling the judge
"somewhere between my am-
bition and my ideals, I lost my
ethical compass."
The same could be said for
Penn State officials, including
the legendary coach Joe Pa-
terno, who appear to have
placed the perceived good of
the institution ahead of their
moral duty as citizens.
Their ethical failures offer a
lesson for leaders in every or-
ganization. Doing the right
thing may be embarrassing and
painful, but in the end, doing
what is right causes less pain
and creates less embarrass-
ment than hiding skeletons in
the closet that one day come
out to haunt both the individ-
ual and the institution.


county knows about this, but Hos-
pice 2 has a wonderful restaurant.
They provided yesterday free
meals for veterans. To treat
veterans to a meal, which
NDapparently was very good,
from what my husband
said, I want you all to know
about it. You need to thank
Miss Maryann Jones. Have
a wonderful day.
*Bottle caps
1579 You can collect the plas-
tic bottle caps at the DAV
building at 1039 N. Paul Drive,
Inverness, on Tuesdays and
Thursday.
Shirley with the DAV Auxiliary is
collecting them in a joint effort
with the American Legion Auxiliary.


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LETTERS M to the Edztor


would like to know how they can

il desedin nr op of ths let-
ter to some of our elected offi-
cials because I feel that a lot of
people don't know this. What
other information is the state of
Florida selling to other people?
Jake Little
Homosassa

Amendment XVI
According to the Constitution
of The United States, Amend-
ment XVI assumes that Congress
(persons) know how to preserve
money, not throw it away as they
do now. Nothing could be further
from the truth. Would you want
them to handle your pay? Well,
that is exactly what they do by
forbidding you (us) to monitor
the expenditures from the debt
fund. You and I have no knowl-
edge of the fund. Every time any
money is sent by foreign aid,
guess where it comes from.
That's not all, either.
Chester Lee McWhorter Sr.
Lecanto


State selling your infO
In the past month or so, I have
been getting notices from a com-
pany, offering to sell me an ex-
tended warranty on my 2009
vehicle. After receiving four no-
tices, I decided to call their 800
number to see what kind of scam
they were selling.
When I called a male an-
swered the phone and after I
told him I had a 2009 vehicle, he
started in, and he was what I call
a very fast talker. No matter what
I said, he interrupted me and
kept right on talking. I told him I
would talk to my wife about the
warranty and I may call him to-
morrow. He put another male on
the phone and he was worse
than the first male. He told
me he would give me a break on
the price and charge me only
$2,600. I had to hang up on him
so I didn't have to listen to him.
Shortly after hanging up, I
found that the Department of
Motor Vehicles for the state of
Florida is selling people's infor-
mation to companies like this. I


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COMMENTARY


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2011 C3


enjoy being with our Texas con-
tingent, and, I am certain that the
One to whom we give thanks is in
Katy just as He is in Inverness.
If I'm asked to say grace over
the turkey which I will have
cooked, it will go something like
this:
"Father God, we thank You for
Our country and our freedom; we
thank You for our family and for
this time to be together; we thank
You for the food which has been
prepared and ask You to bless it;
most of all, we thank You for sal-
vation which is ours through the
birth, death and resurrection of
Your Son and our Savior, the Lord
Jesus Christ; and, it is in His holy
name that we pray, amen and
amen."


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


favorite holiday, 1620 on the shores of
but Thanksgiv- what a century and a
ing is a close second. I;i half later would be-
This might be because a'k~cr come these United
on both days my States, they struggled
mother would cook her through a brutal win-
incomparable turkey ter during which many
with cornbread dress- ri of their number were
ing; then again, it lost. It's easy to say
might be because on Fred Brannen "many of their number
both days, we recog- A SLICE were lost," but it
nize the deity of our OF LIFE means that mothers,
Heavenly Father. The fathers, husbands,
religious reasons for the celebra- wives, children and grandchildren
tions are important and, in spite of died.
what many would like for usto be- When an abundant harvest
lieve, they still reflect the fabric came in the autumn of 1621, these
from which our nation is sewn. We settlers determined to celebrate
will get to Christmas in another this blessing with a feast to mark
month or so, but today, let's con- their good fortune, but also a time
centrate on Thanksgiving. to recognize God's providence and
While I'm sure a certain amount provision and give thanks to Him.
of myth has crept into the official To make it an even more special
history of Thanksgiving, the basic event, the Pilgrims invited the lo-
truth seems to be that after the cals, their neighbors, their friends


- the Wampanoags to join in
the celebration.
As a kid, it was always exciting
to be a part of painting the class-
room windows with Pilgrims and
Native Americans as well as draw-
ing my very own pictures of
turkeys.
Yes, children, even during the
olden days, we would trace our
hands, draw a waddle under and
eyes on the thumb which was the
turkey's head and color the Eingers
as tail feathers. Thanksgiving was
fun, but it was more than that it
was a time for family to come to-
gether, to enjoy whatever bounty
was ours and, most of all, to recog-
nize the One to whom we were giv-
ing thanks.
Don't despair; I'm not setting
you up to go into a tirade about
how it is so very different today
and that we are now a bunch of
ungrateful he athens. To the con-
trary, I believe that the American


spirit today is perhaps as thankful,
maybe even more so, than was
that of the earliest settlers.
Why?
Almost 400 years later, we have
been through much -wars, times
of distress, times of peace and
plenty and we remain a nation
blessed by His providence and His
provision.
If all goes as planned, this col-
umn will appear on Sunday, Nov
20, and Thursday next will be
Thanksgiving. It will be a little dif-
ferent for us this year. At the be-
hest of daughter Becky, plans are
for Cheryl and me to spend
Thanksgiving in the Houston sub-
urb of Katy, Texas. Becky has not
Only talked us into coming to her
this year, but she has also made it
clear that I'm to cook the turkey
and make the fixings, using the
same recipes my mother her
granny used. We'll miss the re-
mainder of the family, but will


O~IEeRY\L wwcow


PAUL PILNY
Special to the Chronicle

Since 1775, the Marine Corps has de-
duty it has fulfilled with honor,
courage and commitment. As they have
fulfilled that duty, Marines have earned a
well-deserved reputation of toughness.
But there's another side to the Marine
Corps; the side that springs from a gen-
uine concern for the communities in
which they live, and a deep compassion
for the under-privileged chil-
dren ofAmerica. We nev
That's the side that exem-
plifies the spirit of the Marine OUr VOIl
Corps. That side is found in .
the U.S. Marine Corps Re- at inter!

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the Toys-for-Tots program in in citru!
Citrus County falls exclu- .
sively on the shoulders of the SOI C
Marine Corps League De-
tachment 819, Morgan Patter- dona~
son commandant. These
Marines who have served our nation in
World War 11, Korea, Vietnam and Iraq
volunteer their time to ensure that every
needy child who resides in Citrus County
will share the magic of Christmas.
The Toys-for-Tots goal nationwide is one
major toy and a stocking stuffer: How this
is accomplished is an amazing story that
began in 1947 and is repeated every year
to the present. The Toys-for-Tots Founda-
tion in Triangle, Va., is the governing en-
tity that provides the guidance and
preciseness as to how the program is ad-
ministered. The Foundation provides all
the necessary materials to accomplish the
mission locally
How are all these toys purchased, col-
lected and distributed? We Marines do not
sign individuals up for toys except for ex-
tenuating circumstances such as children
of deceased combat veterans, residents
who lost their possessions from fire, and
theft. We will go the extra mile to ensure
their children will not be denied the
magic of Christmas.
We have developed partnerships with
Citrus United Basket, the Salvation Army,
the Family Resource Center, and Citrus
Builders Care Association. We provide
these local groups the toys. They do the
sign-ups.
In order to receive our toys these groups
have developed a database of needy Cit-
rus County children and share their data-
base to ensure equitable distribution.
Citrus County residents can only sign-up
with one of these agencies.
Missed the sign-up? We have an
arrangement with Citrus United Basket.
They will be there up to Christmas Eve.
No needy Citrus County children will go
without toys for Christmas. The Toys-for-


Tots Marines have guaranteed to provide
the toys to all who qualify.
We are off to a great beginning for 2011.
We have already received and distributed
several thousand toys to our partners. We
have also agreed to partner with the In-
verness Elks Florida Therapy Services.
We will be providing specialized toys de-
signed to assist in disabled-children phys-
ical therapy. We have provided four
Disney park-hopper passes to the Inver-
ness Elks. They have selected a deserving
family of a disabled child to experience
the magic of Disney. This was
!r place made possible by a Marine
family that donated these
Inteers passes to our loesl Tea
;ectonsprogram.
ectionSThere are several TFT
adways evn shclhnedurkdsi cDheoc m

county Dance an Arts is having on
at the Curtis Peterson Audito-
iting rium on Dec. 3. Starting at 6
ions.p.m. There will be a per-
ions.formance of the Nutcracker
Ballet.
The Withlacoochee Technical Institute's
Criminal Justice program is having its an-
nual Snowman Shootout at 1 p.m. Dec. 9 in
Lecanto. This is exclusive to law-enforce-
ment personnel.
The Nature Coast Young Marines, Frito
Lay personnel, and Marines from Detach-
ment 819 will be at the Inverness Walmart
Super center on Dec. 10 and 11. At 3 p.m.
Dec. 11, Santa will be reading to children
and pictures will be taken at the Crystal
River Mall food court.
Our Marines from MCL 819 will be on
hand at each event. For further details
and events visit our website
toysfortots.0rg. Once at the website, select
the state of Florida then Citrus County to
find local events.
A word of caution. We do not sell golf
balls, T-shirts, toys or Christmas orna-
ments for the purpose of raising money.
These items are given gratis to our spon-
sors and volunteers. We never place our
volunteers at intersections oron roadways
in Citrus County soliciting donations. Any-
one doing so claiming to represent Toys-
for-Tots is practicing fraudulent,
unauthorized activity and we ask you call
911 if you see someone doing so. We will
prosecute those responsible.
We are able to accomplish this goal
through the generosity our local busi-
nesses our citizens and the Toys-for-Tots
Foundation. We cannot thank you all
enough.
We the Marines of Citrus Detachment
819 wish everyone a very Merry Christ-
mas. Semper Fi!


Paul Pilny is the Toys-for-Tots
coordinatorin Citrus County


DIANNA BANDHAUER
Special to the Chronicle

his is a plea to the
citizens of Citrus
County. It's time to rise up
and say: No more cuts.
A group of local educators
has been meeting to deter-
mine what deep budget cuts
can be made to Citrus
County schools because of
another round of budget
cuts from our legislators.
The Florida Legislature
and governor do not care
about our children. While it
looks like the lottery is fund-
ing education, many citizens
are not aware that lottery
dollars go in the education
budget through the front
door and exit out the back
door in general fund cuts.
Ifparents and community
members do not rise up im-
mediately, our children will
suffer. The repeated yearly
budgets cuts from the Legis-
lature and its unfunded
mandates are now going to
negatively impact students
more than ever: Many great,
hard-working employees
will be lost and, with them,
the high quality of educa-
tion students receive in Cit-
rus County schools.
You hear over and over in
the media that the business
of education has failed our
students, yet time and time
again Citrus County is rated
very high. Superintendent
Sandra "Sam" Himmel and
her amazing crew work dili-
gently to keep the impact of
budget cuts from negatively
impacting students. How-
ever, the repeated yearly
budget cuts are taking their
toll. School board member
Pat Deutschman has been


eloquently warning parents
how the slash-and-burn tac-
tics of the Legislature and
governor are hurting educa-
tion in Citrus County.
We need your immediate
help.
While every group on the
chopping block is important
for a quality education, I
want to speak about physical
education. Currently, most
elementary schools have two
certified physical education
teachers. There is a plan on
the table to cut one of those
positions and replace it with
a teacher's aide.
Some people feel that cut-
ting physical education will
have the least impact on stu-
dent achievement but re-
search states otherwise. In
2010, the Centers for Dis-
ease Control (CDC) summa-
rized 23 years of research
on the role of school-based
physical activity and aca-
demic achievement.
The report states: "There
is substantial evidence that
physical activity can help
improve academic achieve-
ment, including grades and
standardized test scores. In-
creasing or maintaining
time dedicated to physical
education may help and,
does not appear to ad-
versely impact, academic
performance."
Exercise promotes the
growth of new brain cells.
When a person exercises, it
stimulates the neurotrans-
mitters in the brain thus
waking up the brain to help
one stay alert. Exercise
stimulates the nerve cells to
grow and connect. Exercise
challenges the brain to
grow. Researchers call exer-
cise "the miracle growth for
the brain."


certified physical educa-
tors are a valuable asset to a
child's learning. They can
design curriculum for the
physically gifted as well as
the physically challenged.
They teach children funda-
mental motor skills, how to
swim, ride a bike and how
activity promotes a healthy
lifestyle.
Certified physical educa-
tors organize and support
participation in programs
that promote physical activ-
ity like the Points of Life
Kids Marathon, Mighty Mil-
ers, the countywide track
meet, the Punt Pass and
Kick competition, and have
provided numerous before-
and after-school fitness ac-
tivities, all while planning
daily lessons that engage
students.
This and more is in jeop-
ardy if certified physical ed-
ucators are removed. In
schools with 700 or more stu-
dents. One person can't do it
alone. Class size will have to
be increased and physical
education will become
teacher-monitored recess.
Physical education is a
necessity, not a luxury. Don't
allow the school system to
eliminate any certified ele-
mentary school physical ed-
ucators. Please stand up
and say, "No more."
Call local and state offi-
cials involved in school pol-
icy decision-making.
Save physical education.
Your child's health depends
on it,


Dianna Bandhauer is a
physical education teacher
at Lecanto Primary School
and has lived and worked
in Citrus County since 1980.


Letters to the EDITOR


1Meadow crest and
Meeting Tree
This letter is a reply to
"Reality check" on Sun-
day, Nov. 6.
The writer states that
Meadowerest Boulevard is
not owned by the Meadow-
crest Community Associa-
tion (MCA), and also that
Meeting Tree Boulevard is
also not owned by MCA.
According to the writer,
Meadowerest Boulevard is
owned by the developer
and Meeting Tree Boule-
vard is owned by the office
park association.
If MCA is not the owner
of these roads, why is it
meeting with the county?
If the writer's facts are .
true, then her statement is
true the county has no re-
quirement to compensate
the residents of Meadow-
crest for one or both of the
roads. You cannot sell or
give away what you don't
own.
If these are facts, then


MCA has no control of
these two roads. The
writer mentions the
county, the developer, the
community association
and lawyers. Who are the
lawyers representing, and
why would MCA be in-
volved? According to the
writer, MCA doesn't own
the road.
I see no reason for the
residents of Meadowerest
to pay for maintenance or
electric if these roads go to
the county; that would be
the county's responsibility
once it takes over the
roads.
I personally would like
the roads to stay private,
the way they have for the
10 years I have been here.
As far as golf carts, I don't
own one, but if I did, I
would find out if giving the
road to the county would
affect using a golf cart on
those roads.
Chuck Weiler
Crystal River


Neglecting
parental duties
A few weeks back, we
went to a musical put on
by the Crystal River High
School.
The did a oderful
job, aend theaewwnre so
many talented kids.
The one thing I also no-
ticed was the number of
overweight kids.
When I was in school, it
was the opposite.
You had the one over-
weight boy and girl, and
yes it was a long time ago
and I know times change,
but we had mandatory
physical ed, you almost
had to have a note from
your mom or the doctor to
get out of it.
What happened? Where
are the parents?
It's kind of sad.

Joyce Neeld
Crystal River


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COMMENTARY


CITRUS COUvNT (FL) CHRONICLE


Associated Press
Cuba's President Raul Castro attends a session of the National Assembly of Popular Power, Cuba's Legislature, in August 2009 in Havana, Cuba.


close friend of Fidel Castro who for
years enjoyed access to the inner
circle of power
The government has never re-
vealed details of what Roca did,
other than to say he was sentenced
for "continuous bribe-taking."
Marambio, who spent most of his
time in Chile, was sentenced in ab-
sentia to 20 years. A lawyer for
Marambio declined to comment
A separate case involving
Marambio's brother, Marcel, en-
snared 14 executives at Cuba's civil
aviation authority and led to the
firing of its president, Rogelio
Acevedo, a comrade-in-arms of the
Castros since their rebel days.
A dozen executives at cigar
maker Habanos SA also have been
jailed since 2010, including com-
pany vice president Manuel Gar-
cia, according to three sources
close to the company, a joint ven-
ture between the Cuban govern-
ment and a subsidiary of England's
Imperial Tobacco Group PLC. The
sources refused to be identified for
fear of angering authorities.
In recent months there have
been widespread reports of arrests
at national phone company Etecsa,


which is run by the military, and of
two senior Telecommunications
Ministry officials. A Western diplo-
mat confirmed the ministry arrests
and two people close to Etecsa said
several senior executives were de-
tained. The sources, who spoke on
condition of anonymity, said the
case is linked to alleged corruption
involving a multimillion-dollar
project involving Paris-based Alca-
tel-Lucent and Cuban and
Venezuelan state telecoms to lay an
undersea fiber-optic cable linking
Cuba to Venezuela.
Officials boasted for months
about the cable, which was ex-
pected to increase Internet speed
3,000-fold. But the government fell
silent as its July launch date came
and went, and there has been no
appreciable change in Internet
speed. Etecsa and the government
declined requests for comment
The government has given no
information on probes of Tri-Star
Caribbean and Tokmakjian
Group, the two car dealerships
run by Canadians, as well as in-
vestment firm Coral Capital
Group, led by a Briton. The for-
eign business adviser and another


businessman who spoke on condi-
tion of anonymity said all three
cases sprang from a probe into
graft at the Moa nickel mine,
where several Cuban officials and
a Czech reportedly have been de-
tained. The project is a joint ven-
ture between Cuba and the
Canadian mining company
Sherritt.
Tri-Star was shuttered in July
and its president, Sarkis Ya-
coubian, detained. Tokmakjian
was raided in September, and
president Cy Tokmakjian placed
under house arrest.
Tri-Star is listed on an Internet
business registry as having an ad-
dress in Nova Scotia where a sim-
ilarly named company, Tri-Star
Industries, is situated. But the
owner of the latter, Keith Condon,
told AP there was no corporate re-
lationship between the two com-
panies, though he did some
business with Yacoubian more
than a decade ago. He said his
company had taken legal action.
Yacoubian's brother Greg in
Toronto declined to comment.
Several messages were left for
representatives of the Tokmakjian


Group in Ontario.
A spokesman for the Canadian
government, Jean-Francois La-
celle, said Ottawa was "aware of
the detention of two Canadian cit-
izens" but would not give details,
citing privacy concerns.
Several foreign businessman
applaud the crackdown, saying it
is important to level the playing
field for honest companies, but
even they refused to speak on the
record.
Their sentiment was echoed by
Omar Everleny Perez, lead econo-
mist at Havana University's Cen-
ter for Cuban Economic Studies,
who has argued that the govern-
ment must encourage foreign in-
vestment to keep the reforms from
foundering. Still, he said eradicat-
ing graft is vital even if it discour-
ages some investment.
"If you are going to undertake a
profound change in the Cuban
economy," he said. "You must take
this problem on with great force."
Associated Press writers Andrea
Rodriguez and Peter Orsi con-
tributed to this report Paul Haven
can be reached at
www!twitter:com/paulhaven/:


needy residents of the
county
This past week, the
United Way board voted to
contribute $50,000 to the
Feed Citrus/We Care Food
Pantry project to build the
warehouse. The $50,000
contribution is going to be
matched by another $50,000
coming from a single con-
tributor from Hernando.
That means another
$100,000 is available to


but if anyone did manage to
click a photo that includes
those in the front row, he'd
appreciate a copy to include
in the compilation of his life
for the enrichment of his
family
If you have such a photo,
give me a call or shoot me an
email and I'll have Mr
Becker contact you.
man
Switching the dial here,
there's something going on at
the Chronicle and this is the
first public announcement


out of 67counties for the av-
erage total property tax
millage rates, meaning we
have one of the lowest rates
in the state. Growth in Cit-
rus County property tax
levies has dropped 21.66
percent in three years.
In addition to that, Citrus
County ranks 610ut of 67for
our local option sales tax
rate which is at 0 percent.
In one of the most reveal-


analyses, we announced our
intention to safely restore
the plant to service by sys-
tematically removing and
replacing most of the con-
crete from the sections of
the wall that weren't in-
volved in the previous re-
pair. Under this plan, the
plant would return to serv-
ice in 2014.
In the meantime, a three-
phase hearing to address
this issue before the Florida
Public Service Commission
(PSC) began in October
We expect the first phase,
which focuses on the cir-
cumstances leading up to
the first delamination, to
continue well into 2012.
The other phases will fol-
low.
Safely and efficiently


move this construction work
toward completion.
You've read a lot about
Diane Toto and the We Care
Food Pantry in Homosassa
feeding the people of that
community. Together with
the Feed Citrus board, these
two groups are building this
warehouse on Grover Cleve-
land Boulevard because
they will then qualify for
free food products from
Publix, Walmart, Winn-


(trumpets, please): Our View-
finder TV section will soon
not be a regular section in-
serted in all Sunday editions.
Before reaching for toma-
toes to lob our way, we're up-
grading the section and
making it available to sub-
scribers for a modest addi-
tional 25 cents a week
Due to on-air program-
ming guides, not as many
readers rely on Viewfinder
these days as in the past. But,
for those of us who do enjoy
and rely on Viewfinder, the


ing statistics, Citrus County
ranks 63 out of 67 for per
capital total county and mu-
nicipal government expen-
ditures. That is an
extraordinary statistic and
further proves that our
county is extremely fiscally
conscious.
With all the information
here, I hope you are able to
see that Citrus County is
working hard at reducing


restoring the Crystal River
Nuclear Plant to service is
extremely important to
Progress Energy. After en-
suring public safety, though,
our greatest concern lies in
doing the right thing for
everyone who depends on
us. Based on findings
gleaned through intense
collaboration with third-
party experts, we believe
that our intended repair
plan is the best course of ac-
tion for our customers, our
communities and our
company.
While some would have
you believe that we took an
inappropriate approach to
this work, nothing could be
further from the truth. Out-
side experts have been en-
gaged since day one and we


Dixie and Sweetbay super-
markets as part of a national
agreement.
When the warehouse is
completed and operational,
more than enough food will
then be available for those
51 smaller nonprofit groups,
shelters and churches in the
county that are providing
meals and food to people in
need.
This could be the most
significant advancement


new and improved format
should meet with approval.
It will be a trimmed-and-
stapled 40-page booklet and
will feature expanded movie
listings as well as additional
late-night, entertainment and
sports programming, along
with some other fun content
In a few weeks, those get-
ting the Sunday Chronicle
will have a couple opportuni-
ties to check out the new
Viewfinder to decide if they'd
like to opt-in to having it de-
livered with their Sunday


our budget, cutting our
costs, and ensuring that we
are the best, most affordable
place to call home in the
great state of Florida.
While everyone will not
agree with all the expendi-
tures and decisions we
make as a commission,
please know that we are
working hard, and continue
to be fiscally responsible.
The fact that we have re-


will continue to rely on their
expertise, as they will be
deeply involved until the
plant safely returns to
service.
In fact, third parties ree-
ognized as experts in the
field continue to validate
our stance. Since the initial
delamination occurred in
2009, Nuclear Electric In-
surance Limited (NEIL) has
reimbursed Progress En-
ergy $298 million in re-
placement power and
repair costs. We are seeking
reimbursement of addi-
tional expenses associated
with this work and will con-
tinue to make every effort to
limit the impact of this ex-
tended outage on our
customers.
While we remain commit-


Citrus County has ever
made in its effort to feed
hungry people. This holiday
season, I ask that you take
the time to become a con-
tributor to this important ef-
fort. The United Way of
Citrus County does a lot of
important things, but feed-
ing the hungry is on the
front line of what's
important.
In this land of plenty, peo-
ple should not go to bed


newspaper
More details will come in
the weeks ahead.
aH H
For those cooking turkey
this Thanksgiving, here's
three things to remember
that I've somehow forgotten
in the past:
mGet the turkey well in ad-
vance so it can thaw (today's a
good day to get your frozen
turkey).
SRetrieve the neck and
assorted guts from inside the
turkey before popping in the


duced our budget by $52.5
million since 2008, have one
the lowest tax rates in the
state, and that your local
government spends less
money per capital than al-
most every other county in
Florida, while maintaining
a high level of service, con-
firms that statement to be
true.
As your Board of County
Commissioners, we will


ted to fully addressing the
steam generator replace-
ment and delamination is-
sues through the ongoing,
open PSC docket, it is ap-
propriate for us to only re-
spond to specific questions
related to these matters in
the appropriate regulatory
arena under the schedule
set forth by the PSC.
Under Florida's regula-
tory framework, state lead-
ers, concerned citizens, the
media and other interested
parties are allowed the op-
portunity to review all of the
documents filed through
this proceeding and offer
comment for consideration
by the PSC.
Florida consumers our
customers will have a
seat at the table throughout


hungry.
So many of us have been
blessed with so much, this is
a time when your help is
needed. Please contribute
to the cause.


Gerry Mulligan is
publisher of the Chronicle
and has been on the United
Way of Citrus County board
since it was created25
years ago.


oven.
SRemember that the
drumsticks should be
pointed upward when cook-
ing. When done otherwise,
guests tend to be pretty
amused when watching one's
efforts to carve an upside-
down bird.


Charlie Brennan is editor
ofthe Citrus County
Chronicle. He can be
emailed at cbrennan@
chronicleonline. com.


continue to work our ab-
solute hardest to make sure
your local government does
everything it can to keep
your costs low, your tax rate
stable and low, and still pro-
vide superior service to the
citizens of Citrus County.


Joe M~eek is the District 3
member ofthe Citrus
County Commission.


this process, as well,
through the involvement of
the Office of Public Counsel.
This is a complex issue in
a complex industry, and not
one that can be sufficiently
addressed through the
media or other unconven-
tional means. Those who
follow these proceedings
will see that we have been
prudent in our actions and
decision-making throughout
this process.
Thank you for your pa-
tience and support as we
work to best meet our cus-
tomers' short- and long-term
energy needs.


VincentM. Dolan is
president and CEO of
Progress Energy Florida.


CRACKDOWN
Continued from Page C1

payment. Some now see them-
selves as targets.
Moves against them began in
earnest in 2009 when more than
150 foreign business owners and
operators were expelled, accord-
ing to businessmen and a confi-
dential Foreign Trade Ministry list
obtained by The Associated Press.
But the pace of closures and num-
ber of arrests have grown in recent
months.
"It's like an earthquake," said a
foreign business adviser who coun-
sels companies looking to enter the
Cuban market. He said the crack-
down is coming just when Cuba is
becoming more attractive because
of Castro's free-market opening,
with rising demand for building
supplies, car parts and other prod-
ucts used by entrepreneurs and
the state-run tourism sector. De-
spite the arrests, he said, many
new potential business partners
continue to visit Cuba in hopes of
entering the market.
"It is a time of opportunity, but
also great risk because of what is
happening: the arrests, the clo-
sures," he said, insisting on
anonymity out of fear that speaking
publicly would damage his stand-
ing with the government. "Every-
body is nervous. Everybody is
looking over their shoulder to see
who will be next, who is the next
victim."
Authorities have acknowledged
at least six sweeping corruption in-
vestigations involving foreigners in
the past two years, with at least 52
people sentenced to prison. And
for every confirmed probe, rumors
of others abound. Cuba's state-con-
trolled media seldom report on the
investigations, particularly those
involving foreigners. Cubans are
used to the lack of transparency,
which has turned Havana into a
swirl of whispers and intrigue.
Delgado defended the practice
of giving few details on the
investigations.
"There exists all the trans-
parency in the world," he said.
"But in Cuba as in other countries,
investigations have rules and de-
tails are given when the moment is
right"
Those whose arrests have been
acknowledged include Alejandro
Roca, a former food industries
minister who was sentenced in
May to 15 years in a case involving
Rio Zaza, a Cuban-Chilean com-
pany run by Max Marambio, a


WIND W
Continued from Page C1

and make a contribution.
The United Way is help-
ing solve the problem by
supporting the Feed Citrus
program's warehouse-con-
struction project in Ho-
mosassa Springs that will
serve the 51 nonprofit agen-
cies that provide food to the



SSH ADE
Continued from Page C1

for his family members.
Mr: Becker has a favor to
ask of anyone who was taking
photos at the recent Veterans
Day Parade in Inverness: If
you shot pictures of those in
the front row, he'd love to get
a copy. He, appropriately, was
among those leading the
parade.
He knows it's a long shot,



COUNTY
Continued from Page C1

highest tax rates, largest
costs, or biggest budgets per
capital.
In an October 2011 report
issued by Florida Tax
Watch, the following infor-
mation was presented:
Citrus County ranks 55



PO G SSP E
Continued from Page C1

have neither been pre-
dicted nor prevented. The
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory
Commission, after months
of inspection, agreed.
Over the roughly year and
a half that followed, we
worked with some of the
world's foremost concrete
and engineering experts to
develop and perform a com-
plicated repair. This March,
while in the final stages of
the repair, a different sec-
tion of the containment
building wall experienced
similar delamination.
This summer, after re-
viewing the results of initial





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CrrRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


COMMENTARY


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2011 C5


ELLIE EsLER
Special to the Chronicle

On Oct. 9, Greg Biance asked the
question, "What's a teacher
worth?" Before we attempt to an-
swer that question, perhaps we
should consider the very basic
question of how we even deter-
mine that value.
As a retiree with 40-plus years as
an educator as a graduate stu-
dent, language arts and reading
teacher, private tutor, and now a
volunteer I have developed
some thoughts on the value of a
teacher as a member of society.
Money is certainly not the an-
swer. Salaries for teachers have
never been in line with value and
have never been comparable with
what an individual with the same
education and experience could
earn elsewhere. When my hus-
band began his teaching career in
1963, his salary for the year was
exactly $200 above the poverty
level and I suspect that it was
only that high because the school
board he was working for would
have been embarrassed to see a
teacher with his young family


standing in line for government
commodities (this was an era be-
fore food stamps).
So why do teachers enter and
stay in the profession? Most enter
and stay because they understand
the importance of what they are
doing. They know that every en-
deavor in our society depends on
education. They know that without
educators, it would all grind to a
halt. Better compensation would
certainly help to attract more of
our brightest and best young peo-
ple to the profession, but in spite
of economic issues many enter
and stay.
The current trend for assessing
value is to rely on test scores. Cer-
tainly accountability is important
in determining quality It is unde-
niably important for standards to
exist for student performance.
These standards set goals that
both students and teachers should
strive for. Periodic evaluation of
progress toward these goals allows
the students and the teachers to
determine what has already been
achieved and what still needs at-
tention. This process is essential to
providing and receiving a quality


education. No problem there.
However, testing is not enough.
It is not even close to being
enough. No single test, no combi-
nation of tests can ever tell the
whole story about a student or a
teacher
Let's take a look at what teach-
ers do. Obviously, they teach sub-
ject matter. But that's only the
beginning. When students come to
school, the school and the teachers
have the status in loco parents -
in the place of the parents. Let's
apply my 40-plus years as an edu-
cator and my 50-plus years as a
parent to an examination of what
that means.
First of all, it gives teachers a
heavy load of responsibility They
are charged with caring for the
children of many other people,
and the parents of those children
trust teachers to take good care of
their precious charges. But teach-
ers don't need to be told that they
have to do this; they care for these
children because they care about
these children. Teachers are ex-
pected to, and expect to, keep chil-
dren safe, provide quality
instruction at appropriate levels,


deal with problems as they arise,
and monitor physical and emo-
tional needs.
Teachers provide the same
kinds of care that parents provide.
In the course of a day they teach
skills and answer questions. They
establish organization and strue-
ture. They provide discipline in
both group and individual situa-
tions. They create opportunities
for social interaction and growth,
and provide consolation and ad-
vice when those interactions
sometimes go astray. They ensure
that students are fed and they
make referrals for medical and
emotional care when needed.
They monitor students for changes
in behavior. They offer advice on
topics that range from loose baby
teeth to lost loves.
Can you place a dollar value on
a smile on a gloomy morning?
What are the words "good job"
worth? How do you evaluate the
patience to repeat instructions or
facts or questions until all the
faces in the room register under-
standing? Are extra materials
freely distributed to students and
bought with the teacher's personal


funds of no consequence?
In my years as an educator, I
have taught reading and spelling,
essay writing and grammar, listen-
ing skills and test-taking skills,
proof-reading and "Romeo and
Juliet." I have also given advice on
preparing for college entrance
exams and how to dress for a job
interview. I've discussed eye
makeup with girls and flowers for
the prom date with boys. I've spent
many hours listening to young peo-
ple who have lost a loved one and
just need to talk. Right now I'm
tying a lot of sneakers.
And we can add to this list the
fact that teachers function as role
models for students. Yes, I know
we hear and as educators are
embarrassed by the occasional
sensational account of a school
employee who has displayed less-
than-professional behavior But for
every one of these incidents, there
are hundreds, even thousands, of
teachers who daily demonstrate
for students what it means to be
honest, to be loyal, dedicated, pa-
triotic, ethical, sincere.
So I ask again, how do we deter-
mine the value of a teacher?


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M.D. degree from
New York Medical
College, an MBA
from University of
South Florida and
his bachelor's
from Columbia
College.
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the U.S. Army.


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Letter to the EDITOR


FWS takeover
Fish & Wildlife moved
into our city approximately
10 years ago.
In this time frame, they
mav d e sohig h pth
the polluted water and
lyngbya.
All they've done is make
rules for us to follow.
Now they want to take


over the whole bay, using
manatees as an excuse.
We love the manatees
and can share the bay with
them.
We don't need Fish &
Wildlife telling us what we
can and cannot do.
Are we becoming a Com-
munist country?
Dolores Witt
Crystal River


ing for it. All this money
that they're printing, you
just wait. If Ron Paul does-
n't get in there,
we're going to
ND have hell to pay
and everybody is
going to suffer...
The 89 seconds
That Ron Paul got,
total, to speak, it's
just absurd. And
Nobody's wanting
.? to let Ron Paul tell

359~~~eay~dpening. The Fed-
eral Reserve is
printing all this
money...I'm telling you,
Chronicle, when they print
all this money and hyperin-
flation sets in, when it's just
going to take your entire
paycheck to buy a loaf of
bread, then all of you peo-
ple are going to kick your-
self where the sun don't
shine because you didn't
vote for Ron Paul. But you
know what? It's going to be
too late then.
COld comments
As a reader of the call-in
section, I notice an awful
lot of cold, callous com-


ments like: "It's your own
fault. "If you can't afford to
feed your kids, don't have
them." "People going
through mortgage foreclo-
sure brought it on them-
selves." "Seniors who didn't
save for their retirement are
to blame themselves," etc.
Things unforeseen and un-
controllable happen. This
area is considered part of
the Bible Belt. Don't you
people read the Bible
anymore?
Need Huckabee
After watching these co-
medians running for presi-
dent and the thought of
four more years with
Obama, please can't we get
Gov. Huckabee to run? He is
a true Republican, red-
blooded American and he
loves this country and he's
very knowledgeable and I
would love to have him as
our next president. God
bless America.
Deferred loans
To the person that put
the article in, "Taking away
Medicare money," and the
student loans that you feel


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you should not have to pay
off: I know for a fact numer-
ous people that are friends
of mine (who are) still tak-
ing classes on the Internet
so their student loans are
deferred. Some of these
people are in their 50s,
their upper-50s and 60
years old. As long as they
are attending some kind of
classes with an accredited
school, whether they're at
home taking these classes
on the computer, they defer
their loan payments, their
student loan payments that
they've had for 30, 40
years. This really isn't right.
They've become career stu-
dents and that is their way
of life. That is where they
get their income. Every so
often they can get a student
loan, they can get a grant
and this also defers their
payments that they owe.
NO to Cain
I'm not going to vote for
Herman Cain and I'm not
going to vote for none of
these Republicans if they
keep this man running for
president. He should with-
draw from the race.


How do we determine the value of a teacher?


No card?
I went to one of our de-
partment stores. I had a
coupon to save some money
on an item. When I went to
pay for this item, they told
me I had to have a card. I
asked, "What do I have to
do to get a card?" I was
told, "You have to have a cell
phone or email address." I
told them I did (not) have
one in my name. They said,
"Sorry, I can't help you."
They said I could go to the
library or some other place
to get one. Being disabled, I
can't run around all over the
place. This is hurting the
very people that need the
help the most.
NASCAR
It is really amazing where
NASCAR has gone in terms
of trying to put out promo-
tion for the sport. Now
they've got Danica Patrick
in a pair of tight short-
shorts holding a socket
wrench in her hand, looking
at a car. I don't think she's
even seen the under side of
a car ... It's obvi-
ous the only reason O
she's switched over
is because they
needed her to try
to pick up the gap
because NASCAR, I
in my estimation, }
is falling in the /
cracks because the CL
stands are half
empty and the in- 7 -
terest is gone. For-
mula 1 racing is a
much better form of rac-
ing, but it doesn't seem to
want to take hold here in
this country.
Ron Paul support
How about the debates
here with Ron Paul? He got
a whole entire 89 seconds
or somewhere thereabouts.
I mean, but here it is, the
globalists, they are so
afraid of this man. And I
tell you something, Chroni-
cle: If you all don't start
pushing this Ron Paul cam-
paign to get to in the Fed,
we're all going to be suffer-


so YOU
KNOW
a Dr. William
Dixon is tak-
ing a break
from column /
writing. He'll ,J _
return after
the holidays.
m Dixon is an
Inverness resident and


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CITRUS COUvNT (FL) CHRONICLE


brought up about the renewal of
driver's licenses punishing the res-
idents, the voters, the people that
have driven for years? It's become
such a stressful thing. The Chroni-
cle needs to publish some more
about this. People are very upset
about it. I can understand about
incoming immigrants and all, but
people that have driven for years
who (are) residents and taxpayers
and voters should not be pun-
ished like this. We need more in-
formation on it.

Better laws needed
I would like to Sound Off about
the couple of women that had
(been) hoarding the animals in
motor homes in another state that
got a year in prison and probation
and fined, that can never have
pets or work around pets. People
can do anything they want to to
children, and the children are re-
turned to the abusers, but not
these dogs and cats.
You know, our world has gone to
the dogs. The animals have more
rights than children. My grandson
was abused every way I've ever
heard of and returned to the
abusers until they abandoned
him.
We need to strengthen our child
protection laws.
Handbag returned
I mistakenly left my handbag on
Saturday morning, Nov. 12, in the
Walmart Supercenter in Inver-
ness. Fortunately for me, a
mother and her two young chil-
dren returned it to customer serv-
ice and I want to thank that
mother and her children for their
honesty.


Obama criticS
I wonder if everybody is as tired
of hearing from the Republicans
and the tea partiers about Presi-
dent Obama. All he's trying to do
is fix what Bush did for the last
eight years of his presidency and
now none of the Republicans in
Congress will vote for anything to
help move the economy along un-
less it's for the millionaires.

Church and state
In Sunday's paper (Nov. 13),
under "U.S. diverse," somebody
wrote that, "If you recall, the Con-
stitution says 'separation of
church and state.'" I hope you can
put this in the paper so this per-
son can look in the Constitution
and tell me exactly where it says
anything about separation of
church and state.
Tickets needed
I would like to know when the
sheriff's (office) is going to get
some of these people in Tangle-
wood subdivision over here with
these motorcycles, four-wheelers
and golf carts riding all around.
You can't even walk your dog
peacefully without these people try-
ing to run you over. I wish they
would come in here and just ticket
a couple. Maybe they'd knock it off.
Obama wants socialism
There's not much doubt that
our president leans towards so-
cialism and would like to take this
country down. And I just want
people to remember that social-
ism is always imposed on people
and freedom is never imposed on
anybody.


America, but bigger and stronger
than ever. Organized crime is
made up of all the politicians
across our country feeding and
bleeding off the citizens. This or-
ganization unfortunately is so well
set up, protected and entrenched
that we Americans will never be
able to eliminate them either by
vote or legally through the courts.
It's a system almost beyond
recognition. But if you look and
listen carefully, you will see and
know it; it's called organized
crime by politicians.
License renewal
What lame-brained politician


be fatalities. I'm thinking mainly
of State Road 44 and County
(Road) 491 here in Citrus. Even
with the recently enacted 3-foot
rule, it's ludicrous. I know the law
reads that bicycles have an even
right of way as does vehicular
traffic, but there should be some
common sense written into the


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NO bikes on fast roadS law prohibiting bicycle riders from
traveling on any road with a speed
I read in Sunday's Chronicle (on) limit higher than 40 mph. Florida
ov. 13 that Florida leads the na- has the dubious distinction of
ion in pedestrian and bicycle some really outlandish and even
deaths. Is it any wonder when the questionable events and circum-
tate allows bicyclists to ride on stances, and allowing bicyclists to
highways with speed limits of 55 ride in high-speed zones is one of
o 60 mph? Yes, there are going to them.


Orgamized crime
I am a veteran and have retired
from a career in law enforcement.
One of my assignments was work-
ing with organized crime control.
After a decade of fighting crime,
now I finally realize that organized
crime is not only alive and well in







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A FedEx employee arranges stacks of boxes for delivery Oct. 13 in New York. With the holiday season fast approaching, card issuers are dangling
big sign-on bonuses and richer rewards they say will help consumers offset their spending sprees.


Four ptlsfalkof sin crdit car~~rse for esna edngyes


CANDICE CHOI
AP Personal F~inance Wr-iter

NEW YORK

ful time of year for credit card
I em ietems odrrewards.
With the holiday season fast ap-
proaching, card issuers are dan-
gling big sign-on bonuses and
richer rewards they say will help
consumers offset their spending
sprees. But the incentives could
backfire by nudging you to rack up
more charges than you intended.
In other cases, the fine print
may mean you won't qualify for
the promised savings.
That's not to say you should re-
sist all deals, which are plentiful
this time of year: But the key is to
go in with your eyes wide open.
For example, Discover is tout-
ing the 5 percent cash back its
cardholders can earn on pur-
chases at department stores and
restaurants throughout the holi-
day season.
For those in the market for a
new card, the Chase Sapphire
Preferred card offers sign-on
bonus points worth $625 in airfare
or hotel accommodations.
Retailers are getting into the act
too, promising extra savings on
their store credit cards. But as en-
ticing as those deals may sound,
they all come with fine print that
could sabotage the savings you're
banking on.
If you're strategizing for the hol-


idays, here are four credit card
pitfalls to watch:
PITFAIL 1: The lure of the sign-
on bonus
When you know you're about to
hit the gas on spending, it makes
sense to see if there are sign-on
bonuses you can capitalize on.
The catch is that you will likely
have to meet some conditions be-
fore cashing in. With the Chase
Sapphire Preferred card, for ex-
ample, cardholders need to spend
$3,000 in the first three months
after the card is opened to qualify
for the bonus.
In other cases, airline-branded
cards may promise new cus-
tomers enough miles for a free
domestic ticket. But those cus-
tomers will still need to pay the
fees and taxes for the ticket,
which can amount to several hun-
dred dollars.
So if a promotion catches your
eye, be sure to ask what you need
to do to earn the advertised
bonus.
You also want to be careful not
to let the bonus blind you of the
card's other terms. Even if it has a
generous rewards program, a
hefty annual fee might negate its
value if you don't typically charge
a lot your credit cards. If you tend
to carry a balance, you're proba-
bly better off with a card with a
lower interest rate.
PITFAIL 2: Failing to consider
your credit score
In the excitement of opening a


new card, it's easy to forget the im-
pact a new account can have on
your credit score.
A new line of credit could ding
scores by as much as 25 points, ac-
cording to Barry Paperno, con-
sumer affairs manager for FICO,
which develops the most widely
used credit scores. That's based
on a range from 300 to those with
poor credit, to 850 for those with
excellent credit.
The exact impact will vary de-
pending on other factors in the in-
dividual's profile. For instance, it
might not be as severe for those
with excellent credit who haven't
opened a new card in several
years, Paperno notes.
Scores typically recover from
new account openings after about
three to six months, assuming you
make payments on time and don't
open any other accounts. So if
you're applying for a mortgage in
the near future, you might want to
hold off on opening new cards.
PITEAIL~ 3: Opening a retail card
for a discount
Signing up for a store credit
card in exchange for a big dis-
count is particularly tempting
during the holidays. But beware
of hastily accepting a sales clerk's
pitch.
For starters, store credit cards
tend to have higher interest rates;
the Macy's card, for instance, car-
ries an interest rate of 24.5 per-
cent. If you tend to carry a
balance, that means the interest


charges you incur over time will
eat into any savings you achieve
initially.
Another risk is that stores con-
stantly offer cardholders special
discounts and sales to get them to
spend more. This can work to
your advantage if you shop at the
store regularly anyway. But if
you're trying to stay on a budget,
try to avoid such temptations.
Store-branded credit cards also
tend to have lower credit limits,
which could hurt your score if
you're not careful. This is because
the portion of your credit line that
you're using is a factor in your
score; the closer your balance is
to the credit limit, the greater the
negative impact on your score.
PITEAIL 4: Spending just to take
advantage of rewards
The promise of rewards may
lead you to subconsciously spend
more liberally than you normally
would.
But be realistic about exactly
how much those rewards are say-
ing you. If you're earning 1 per-
cent cash back, that would be $5
back for $500 in purchases. That's
great if you were going to spend
the money anyway, but a different
matter entirely if you use rewards
to rationalize big purchases.
Many card issuers are also tout-
ing the extra rewards customers
can earn during the holiday. But
as is often the case with acceler-
ated rewards, there's a cap on
how much cardholders can eamn.


complicated and
easily misapplied
IRS ruling is: How does a
small business decide if
a worker is an employee
or independent contrac- ,e
tor? This same question r
also can be asked by an =
employee.
The criterion, estab- Dr. Fr
lished by IRS, can easily He:
lead to confusion andA KS
more questions. Answers
lie in definitions that
range from understandable to
vague and obscure.
Welcome to the world of govern-
mental rationalization.
WHERE TO LOOK
FOR ANSWERS
Examination of the IRS website,
IRS.gov, provides several pages of
explanation. The internet also of-
fers many other non-governmental
experts who attempt to clarify and
explain this elusive set of rules.
Reviewing the information still
can leave many questions unan-
swered as to the appropriate status
of worker versus contractor.
Lawyers, tax consultants and CPA's
are the professional sources who
should be the most knowledgeable


on the subject. One op-
tion that is always avail-
able is to call IRS
directly for a determina-
tion.
Best advice is to be
sure of the facts when
you make the decision.
KNOW THE FACTS
The correct determi-
derick nation is vitally impor-
zog tant as the wrong one can
~CORE result in an IRS audit,
additional employer/em-
ployee taxes upon which
IRS can heap penalties and inter-
est. Risk of an IRS audit can be trig-
gered by individuals who, in an
attempt to have their standing clar-
ified, alert IRS to infractions.
THE IRS EXPLANATION
The IRS employee/independent
contractor criterion is described by
three separate but related charac-
teristics. They are: behavioral con-
trol, financial control and the
perception the employer/worker
has of their relationship.
Behavioral control is present
when facts indicate the business
has the right to control or direct
how the work is to be done. If the
worker is given instructions, train-
ing or other means to do the work,


such as being provided tools or
equipment, then the worker is an
employee.
However, if the business controls
only the outcome and not the method
or means to accomplish the work,
then the worker is an independent
contractor. One example might be an
independent contractor who pro-
vides services as specified in an
agreement with the payer: And all
additional work is performed with
mutual agreement of both parties.
Financial control occurs when the
business has the right to direct and
control the financial and business
aspects of the worker's job. This
usually occurs when the work to be
performed is articulated in a con-
tractual arrangement.
How a worker is paid, or how ex-
penses are reimbursed can also de-
termine the worker's status.
Employee expenses are normally
reimbursed by the employer and in-
dependent contractors usually
cover their own expenses as a cost
of doing business.
When employer/employee taxes
are withheld, it then becomes obvi-
ous the worker is an employee. If
payment is dependent on fulfilling
contractual arrangements then the
worker is anindependent contractor


Type of relationship between the
parties, employee or contractor, can
depend on the perception each has
of the other. Subtle understandings
can drive the decision. This one can
be difficult to label. Professional
advice is advisable.
RULES, REGULATIONS AND
THE IRS
Small business people who have
to follow so many rules, laws and
regulations sometimes grasp for an
opportunity to cut costs, especially
taxes. They can easily lose sight of
getting their facts straight because
considerable savings occur if em-
ployer/employee tax requirements
can be avoided. On the other hand,
the downside in making the wrong
decision can be financially devas-
tating. Best advice: gather informa-
tion from reliable sources and error
On the side of a cautious and con-
servative choice.
Call SCORE at (352) 249-1236. Of-
fice hours are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tues-
day through Thursday. Email
scorecitrus.0rg.


Dr 1%~ederickJ; Herzog is chair-
man for Citrus County SCORE and
can be reached via email at
therzog~tampabayrrcom. m


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seeks to


save spouse

DEAR BRUCE: My
been married for
more than 25 years. Re-
cently, I had a lot of prob-
lems with my spending,
which have finally caught
up with me.
I am considering remov-
ing my name from our bank
accounts so as not to have a
negative effect on my hus-
band. I have not discussed
this with my husband, but
I'm hoping he will see what
I'm trying to do. I know we
both will have to close the
accounts, but I'm just hop-
ing he will agree with me.
Do you have any sugges-



TOCeiVed many letters just
like yours. Your problem is
not unique by any means.
As long as the account is
not ecumbe ea in osh

have a loan attached to it-
there is no reason the bank
can insist that you keep
your name on the account.
As far as your husband is
concerned, that is some-
thing you are going to have
to sit down with him and go
over:
I often recommend cou-
ples keep their finances
separate if one of them
does not have good credit.
This is the same thing, just
later in your married life.
You apparently have good
reason to do what you are
doing.
DEAR BRUCE: My wife
and I are in total disagree-
ment, and we both have de-
cided that what you say will
determine what we do. We
have been married for 19
years and have two chil-
dren. She believes we do
not need a will that
should we both die at the
same time, everything
would go to our children. If
one of us were to survive
the other, the surviving
spouse would inherit
everything.
I keep telling her she's
playing with fire, and she
doesn't see the need to
spend the money to have
an attorney do a will for us.
Now the ball's in your
court. RY, Phoenix
DEAR RV.: What hap-
pens if one of you dies in a
big way? Let's say you are
on your way to work and

',ohu el ito30 an scid nr

son is insured very well,
and now we have lawsuits
and lawyers. In other
words, there is a lot of
money in play, and your es-
tate has a lot of money po-
tential. What happens if
Others decide they want a
piece of that pie?
You never know what
can happen, and the best
way to protect what you
have for you and your chil-
dren is a simple reciprocal
will. Every adult needs one.
The few dollars spent for
an attorney is well worth
the protection of everyone
concerned. In the event
nothing is left behind and
there is nothing to require
that the will be probated, it
can just be filed and that's
the end of it. Yes, as a re-
sponsible adult, you need a
will. Your wife is dead
wrong and playing with
fire.


Send your questions to:
Smart Money PO. Box
7150, Hudson, FL 34674.
Email to: bruce@
brucewilliams. com.


Employee or independent contractor? That is the question


















Business Women's Alliance Luncheon Make your reservations now!


Promotional information provided by the Citrus Chamber of Commerce


The Chamber of Commerce
Business Women's Alliance is
opening an invitation to all pro-
fessional business women and
men who would like to expand
their contact base, meet new busi-


New Image Award


ness leaders and share knowl-
edge! Bring an ample supply of
business cards!
The sponsor of the December
luncheon is Genesis Women's Cen-
ter. The guest speaker will be Jen


Holloway with Bright House Net-
works, whose topic will be "You
Are Your Own Billboard."
The cost is $20 paid registration
until Nov. 30, or $25 paid late
registration.


No reservations will be ac-
cepted after Dec. 5.
Vegetari an/gluten-fre e dishes
must be requested when making
your reservation.
In support of the "We Care Food


Pantry," the BWA will be accepting
non-perishable food items or mon-
etary donations for this worthy
cause.
To make your reservations,
please call (352) 795-3149.


Citrus Diagnostic Center


Citrus Diagnostic Center, at 922 N. Citrus Ave. in Crystal River, offers a variety of diag-
nostic services, including PET/CT Scans, High Field and Open MRI, Cardiac and General
Nuclear Medicine, X-Ray Fluoroscopy, Computerized Tomography (a.k.a. CT or CAT) Scans,
Ultrasound, Digital General Radiology (Digital X-Ray), Digital Mammography, Vascular
Doppler Studies, Echocardiography and Osteoporosis Scanning. Pictured above is the staff
at their recent ribbon cutting. For more information, please call (352) 795-9200.


Jenuine Design


I I I
Frugal Frog Resale Shoppe, at 7698 S. Florida Ave. in Floral City, was awarded the New
Image Award at last week's Chamber Member Luncheon. Owned by Louise Clark, this
business is in the heart of downtown Floral City and has a wide variety of items for resale.
Please call (352) 344-1000 for more information.



Town Hall meeting on


Port Citrus proposal


River from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The public is in-
vited and encouraged to attend.
For more information, contact Citrus
County Chamber Special Events Coordina-
tor Tobey Phillps at (352) 795-3149 or Citrus
County Public Information Officer Lindsay
Ubinas at (352) 527-5484.


The Citrus County Chamber of Com-
merce Crystal River Area Council will hold
a town hall meeting Tuesday, Nov. 22. Port
Citrus Director Brad Thorpe will give a
presentation on the development of Port
Citrus. The town hall meeting will be con-
ducted at the Plantation Inn on Crystal


The staff of Jenuine Design celebrate their new membership with the Chamber. At 2981
E. Gulf-to-Lake Highway in Inverness, they provide a variety of salon services. Please call
(352) 341-2887 to make an appointment.


Ohana


Pinch-A-Penny, at 2351 N.W. U.S. 19 in Crystal River, is licensed by the State of Florida to
provide customers with their total swimming pool sales and service needs. We offer chem-
ical water balance, pool cleaning, installation of pool pumps, motors, heaters, salt systems,
chlorinators and more. We are professionally trained and licensed to support you in all your
pool equipment and chemical water balance applications. This store is veteran-owned and -
operated. Please call (352) 563-0677 for more information on sales and service.


Ohana, at 7431 S. Suncoast Blvd. in Homosassa, recently joined the Chamber. Please
visit their website www.ohanarestaurants.com to view their hours, menu and events, or
call (352) 621-0107 for information.


CTA Audio joined the Chamber recently and celebrated with a ribbon cutting event. A 3231
E. Thomas St. in Inverness, they offer a complete line of car and truck accessories and their
staff offers quality and reliable installation services. Please call (352) 341-4001 to find out
more about their products and services.


Citrus Lending celebrated its new membership with the Chamber at a recent ribbon cut-
ting. A 5900 S. Carl G. Rose Highway in Hernando, they provide VA loans, FHA loans,
203K Ioans, USDA RD loans, USDA rehab loans, Fannie Mae HomePath loans, HARP
Loans, Conventional loans, Refinance loans, and many more. Call (352) 746-4290 for a
free, no-obligation consultation with a loan specialist.



Mo Bros: How grows your Mo.


While on the Facebook page, don't forget
to 'LIKE' it, check out some facts about the
Agricultural Alliance of Citrus County as
well as men's health and prostate cancer
facts.
There will be a Movember in Citrus
County "Mo Party" at Burke's of Ireland in
downtown Crystal River from 6 to 9 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 1.
Mo Bros from all around Citrus County
will come together to model their Mo's dur-
ing the Mo Show (6:30 p.m.). Prizes will be
awarded to the "Best Looking Mo," the
"Biggest Mo" and the "Lamest Mo" (for the
facial folically challenged).
After the Mo Show & Awards, those who
don't wish to keep their Mo's can partici-
pate in the Mo Shave Off with shearing


skills provided by Carol Condiff from Sun-
flower Springs Assisted Living Community.
In addition, there will be Celebrity Bar-
tending, the Agricultural Alliance of Citrus
County will offer their yummy food for pur-
chase and Seven Rivers Regional Medical
Center will provide all men older than 50
with a VIP coupon for a free prostate
screening (to be in January 2012, up to 100
appointments).
Tips raised from celebrity bar tending,
food sales and more will be donated to
November campaign programs.
For more information, please contact
Theressa Foster at (352) 457-9644 or
tfoster~sunfloweralf. com or Dorothy T
Pernu, APR, at (352) 634-1823 or
dorothy pernu~hma. com.


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Gulf to Lake Church recently joined the Chamber and are pictured in their lobby at 1454
N. Gulf Ave. in Crystal River. They offer a wide variety of ministries for all age groups.
Please call (352) 795-8077 for information on service times and events.


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BUSINESS HOURS**


MON DAY- FRI DAY

8:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.

CLOSED SATURDAY/SUNDAY



WE GLADLY ACCEPT


Publication Days/Deadlines


Chronicle / Daily...................................... PM, Daily

Homef ront / Sunday.................................3 PM, Friday

Chronicle / Sunday................................... PM, Friday

Chronicle / Monday..................................4 PM, Friday

Sumter County Times / Thursday...............l 1 AM, Tuesday

Riverland News / Thursday.......................2 PM, Monday

South Marion Citizen / Friday....................4 PM, Tuesday

West Marion Messenger / Wednesday.......4 PM, Friday


H-ome Finder


Meadowerest Blvd.
Emily, I have loved you
since we first meet at
Life Care Nursing
Home.
At hospital the first
move was make, it was
the right move ,it
bonded us I thought
but now I am hurt and
unsure. Emily please
ontc rmer at38
34453 or call
1(352) 341-1138
I love you Emily
Rod ie

Young thinking 82 year
old guy 5 7" 1601bs, ac-
tive IS s pmla slm t l


light of our years. Photo
if6 ps il Malt:





$$ TOP DOLLAR $$
Paid for Junk Vehicles,
J.W. 352-228-9645

$$ TOP DOLLAR $$
For Wrecked, Junk or
Unwanted Cars/Trucks.
$$ (352) 201-1052 $$

$$ CASH PAID $$
for junk vehicles.
352-634-5389
A FREE...FREE...FREE...
Removal of scrap
metal alc, appls. auto s
& dump runs. 476-6600
BUYING JUNK CARS

CAS 5P2AI 1 20 & UP





2 Dog Free
To goodsHome
(352) 726-0064
Beautiful female cat,
stray, w toa&tabby,
352-257-1794
fertilizer horse manure
mixed with pine shavings,
great for gardens, plants
or mulch 352-628-9624
Free
Complete Santa Claus
Suite & Mrs. Claus Dress
(352) 382-2864
Free Firewood. Many
hardwood trees. U cut
down and haul away.
352-628-9624
Free Goat
Nigerian, male, Please
call (352) 527-4990
FREE HORSE MANURE
No shavings easy
access, I will pay $10.
for you to take a truck
full 5846 N.Buffalo Dr.
Pine Ridge
352-270-3109
FREE Husqvarna lawn
edger 3.8H Pn ds0 crb

Free Kittens
2 neutered males go
together,


FREE tOa) esO HME
Older Model -works
2. Gateway Computer,

.DeI Pdri der/topr
(352) 212-6299


Kart in Cis Co

SavageP ys t~o $$$.

Speciaa home needed

dog.She is a sweet
walker-beagle mix.

(35 a7s2e6c4178




All Natural
pastured Thanksgiving
Turkeys-& Chickens no
hormones or antibiot-
ics, family raised. Whole
$3/Ib 352-746-1999
AT HARRISON GROVE
Grapefruit, Navels, etc.
Hwy. 48, closed Sun.
Floral City 726-1154

FRESH CITRUS @
BELLAMY GROVE
Located 1.5 mi. E. on
Eden Dr. from Hwy. 41
Inverness Glft shlpplnq
MUSTARD & COLLARD
GREENS,CLOSED SUN
9A-5P, 352-726-6378

FRESH JUMBO SHRIMP
15ct.@ $5 per lb
Stone Crab@ $6 per lb
delivered 727-771-7500


$300 is a bad
day! Fortune 50
Company.
Security equip. dist.
Several positions
avail. entry-level to
mgmt. Great pay /
full benefits. We train.
Advancement
oppy's. co. trans.
avail.GHE.S. Di loma or
No Felonies.
352-597-2227



Advertising


As itnt

The Ctrus Count


P rt Tiepsti of

Assistant
Assist sales depart-
ment, manage work
flow, create insertion
orders, filing,
knowledge of
Excel,& Word.
Ability to work well in
a deadline driven
environment.
Excellent customer
Service Skills.

Computer
proficiency a must.
Must type 45wpm
accurately. Must
have excellent
organizational and
customer service


Fax ors sil cover
letter and resume
to HR at:
352-564-2935



1624 N Maoeet
Blvd. Crystal River, FL
34429

Qualified
applications must
undergo drug
screening, EOE

Application
Deadline
November 25th



CUSTODIAN
Announcement
#11-57

Semi-skilled janitorial
duties maintaining
County buildings and
facilities. Graduation
from H.S or GED
certificate. Some
knowledge of build-
ing maintenance
and custodial
requirements.
Knowledge of
floor care such as
stnpnpdng, wa ing
Must have janitorial
experience and/or
experience as a seml
-skilled handyman.
$ .69ehourlt sasrt.


MUST BE SUBMITTED
ONLINE.
wii ou rbieat

You r aeso vsit

Hma emseouhees
3600 Ws ovl egn


to apply online

by Friday, November
25, 2011 EOE/ADA.


EXPP LAONSCALPE

Trimming Exp. a Must
Apply in Person
920 E. RAY ST.
HERNANDO

RESIDENT CARE
SPECIALIST

At New Horizons
Village, a premier
residential care facil-
ity for developmen-
tally disabled adults,
our team is dedi-
cated to consistently
provide quality care
to all of our residents.
We are currently
seeking a FT 3rd Shift
professional to
provide care and
training to these
individuals through
direct care. Hours:
1:00 am 9:00 am.
Basic qualifications
include:
*HS diploma or
equivalency.
*Ability to pass a
post-offer physical
exam, drug test,
mandatory criminal
background
investigation, and
reference inquiry.
*Demonstrated oral
and written
communications
skills.
*Ability to lift up to
50 lbs.
New Horizons Village
offers:
*Competitive wages
and atocc-ee
campus.
To be considered,
please complete an
app icat on at 1275 N.

Lecanto, FL 34461.
(352) 746-3262.


FRONT DESK

Hotel experience
required. Great benefits
Apply in person:
BEST WESTERN
614 NW Hwy 19
Crystal River.
No calls please!

Telemarketing


Must be exp. Please
respond asap if you
have what it takes.
Base pay + bonus
Call Salina

WANT8E7D7 26 ITY
AMBASSADORS.



nomnal do rpe t t e


the individual and their
community. Interested
in finding out more?
Email:
kstewart~chronicleo
nline.com




Music/choir director
w/piano capabilities'
pt, salary neg, send
resume(by Dec 3rd)
to:F.C.U.M.C, PO Box
47, Floral City, FL 34436
if hired must agree to
background check.




Heat & Air JOBS -
Ready to work? 3 week
accelerated program.
Hands on environment.
Nationwide certifica-
tions and Local Job I
Plac men~td Aist~ance


MEDICAL CLASSES
r X-RAY e MED TECH
a CPR & HIV
352-235-9222, 586-2715




AIRLINES ARE HIRING -
Train for hands on Avi-
ation Maintenance Ca-
reer. FAA approved
program.
Financial aid if qualified
Housing Available.
Call Aviation Institute of
Maintenance.
(866)314-3769




EARN COLLEGE
DEGREE ONLINE
Onllne from Home

*Medlcal, *Business
*Crlmlnal Justlce. Job

t ne. Cmpsu e
available. Flnanclal
Ald If quallfled. SCHEV
cerflfled. Call
877-206-5165




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Mon.-Thurs.L9-2pm

(Part time Avail.)
SNew Port Richey I



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MEDICAL CLASSES
r X-RAY e MED TECH
CPR & HIV
352-235-9222, 586-2715


SOLID WROUGHT IRON
SEWING MACHINE
BASE Makes nice table
$50 352-897-4154



70'S PEACOCK BLUE
SOFA sleek modern lines
clean smoke-free $150

AU3D B N4E10 K
Birds of America
1966 edition
$100
352-795-9819
SCHLITZ ICE COLD
BEER SIGN. AQUA
SCOpLeO$ OLl35H-S 714






Ho30W Ilonank


(3 238- 5dl
A/C + HEAT PUMP
SYSTEMS
starting at $880
13-nl8aeer
Installation w/permit

Lic.&Ins. CAC 057914

REFRIGERATOR, MI-
CROWAVE, STOVE,
DISHWASHER White
Kenmore side by side re-
frigerator with ice maker
and water, electric stove,
under counter micro-
wave, dishwasher. All 10

e5-700 nor
352-897-4361
SMITTYS APPLIANCE
REPAIR, washers
dryers,FREE pick up
352-564-8179
Washer & Dryer
Whirlpool~white, like
new, large capacity
$0for~s~et

WASHER OR DRYER
$135.00 Each. Reliable,
like new, excellent condi-
tion. Can deliver
352 263-7398
Whirlpool Side by side
w/ ice & water on door
glass top range,
dishwash, & above
range microwave,
Excel. cond. $650.
(352) 382-2743



Electric Pressure
Washer Karcher K 3.97
high pressure $100.
Craftman 16" elect
scroll saw
$100.craftman 10"
band saw $100
(352) 746-6369
MITER SAW benchtop
103 m rrs~aw w rks fie

PORTER-CABLE
10" Table Saw with
wheels, $200
(352) 410-1392

s DA LARM aod

$100.00 352-794-3020
RYOBI 9 INCH BAND
SAW in get tshahpetused
352 637 5171





W TOH EOT HGOR AT



TV'S (2)
color 19" $20
13" colo T8V9 5.





DIESTLER COMPUTER
New & Used systems
repairs. Visal MCard
352-637-5469
VHS movies/100+
Drama,war,travel ,classics
$30 for all
352-795-9819




2 LEATHER RECLINERS
Dark Brown,
nearly new.
$500 Both
352-465-4966
4 piece wicker set,
good cond. $120 De-
signer beige couch,
new cond. $200
(352) 382-3892
6 STACKING DINER
CHAIRS metal commer-
cial stacking chairs with
brown vinyl.
$50. 726-4517
BEAUTIFUL CHAISE
ANTIQUE ACCENT
BURGUNDY $80
352-777-1256
Beautiful Cherry Wood
Entertainment center
with Drawers
Plus TV,
$150.
(352) 382-3892
CHINA HUTCH
curved glass, dark
wood, exc. cond. very
old $400(352) 287-9830
COUCH
Love Seat, over size
chair w/ottoman, glass
tcb sete table wh/en
$3500 sell $1200
(352) 563-1185


TELEMARKETERS

5 Needed Now
9-4pm week days
only! No weekends
Hourly + bonus
call salina
877-828-2662






Exp. Cabinet Shop
Worker

Lamintating


1624 N. Meadowcrest
crvd.ryst~a R ver


Granite Fabricator

Experienced only
352-344-2160















JOURNEYMAN
TRADESWORKER
Announcement


Skilled work perform-
ing repairs and
maintenance in
County buildings and
facilities. Knowledge
of all building trades
with emphasis on
refrigeration and
HVAC and second-
elyermph sisa ity
to troubleshoot and
install these systems.
Starting pay
$13.07 hourly.
Excellent benefits.

ALL APPLICATIONS
MUST BESUNBMITTED
LNE
Visit our website at
www.bocc.citrus.fl.us
You can also visit one
of the local Libraries
or the
Human Resources
Department .
3600 west Sovereign
Path, Suite 178,
Lecanto, Fl. 34461
to apply online

by Friday, November
25, 2011 EOE/ADA.


POOL CAGE

INSTALLERS, OWN
STeOOL sre CIMt s
County ChronicleBlind
Box 1744-P 1624 N
Meadowcrest Blvd.,
Crystal River, FL 34429


an~p.r.. u.onW.ld.


POSITIONS
AVAILABLE

BS rveers &s
Experience Re uired


Huavail u es a
Mon-Thurs
9860 SW 84th Court,
ste E Ocala, FL 34481
DFWP/EOE



Maintenance
Worker
Announcement
# 11-58

Semi-skilled manual
work assisting in the
installation, opera-
tion, repair and
maintenance of
sewer forcemains,
gravity lines, man-
holes, lift stations,
water mains, fire
hydrants, water
meters, backflow
devices, valves,
valve boxes and
Other appurtenances
related to water and
wastewater utility op-
erations. H.S diploma,
GED certificate or
related vocational
training. Work experi-
ence in the repair of
water/wastewater
mains and facilities
preferred. Must have
or be able to obtain
Florida CDL Class A
within one year of
employment. Starting
pay $8.45 hourly.
Excellent benefits.

ALL APPLICATIONS
MUST BE SUBMITTED
ONLINE:
Visit our website at
www. bocc.citrus. fl. us
You can also visit
one of the local
Libraries or the
Human Resources
Department,
3600 west Sovereign
Path, Suite 178,
Lecanto, Fl. 34461
to apply online

by Friday, November
25, 2011 EOE/ADA.


MEDICAL CLASSES
r X-RAYr MED TECH
CPR & *HIV
352-235-9222, 586-2715

Social Services


Apply In person
Mon- Frlday 9 4pm.
Health tCenter at

2333 N Brentwood Clf
Lecanto, FL
(352) 746-6600
EOE D/V/M/F
Drug Free Facillty






Eo r h y




ability to Multi task,
accept challenges
and demands of the
non-profit arena.
Technical Skills
Familiar with Outlook,
Word and Excel'
history with dbases
Access, or Donor
Express Lite a plus.

Respond via:
cubexecdirector@
embarqmall.com or
fax 352.344.2146

(Please, no calls
or walk-ins)


MANAGERS
Exp. preferred but not
required, training
provided. 401(k) and
medical. Advance-
ment opportunities.
$600-$800 per week.
Ask for stacy,
352-436-4460


Recruitment
S ecialist

Workforce
Connection is seeking

HnR pr fsioneal'
to serve as "account
manager" and
"recruitment special-
ist" to work with em-
ployers and job seek-
ers in Citrus county.

Requires Bachelor s
degree from an
accredited 4 yr
college or university
in HR Management,
Public Admin, Bus
Admin or related
field with 2 yrs
professional HR
experience or
equivalent combina-
tion of education,
experience, or
demonstrated
competence.

Interested persons
should apply online
https://www.employ
florida.com





EXP. LINE COOK

Aoo Benefinsat
Sandwedge Cafe

130 W113th Ae


LINE COOKS

Experience On~ly!
No Phone Calls
1960 US Hwy 19N
Across from Mall









Accepting
applications for


Advertising
S019S Reps

Sell print and online
advertising for
Citrus Publishing
Focusing on
Crystal River and
Homosassa Areas.
Service established
customers and
prospect for new
advertising customers


Two years sales exp.
preferred.
+ Computer
proficiency
Must have initiative,
be self-motivated.
Strong skills in
planning/oganizing,
listening, written and
verbal communica-
tion, problem solving
and decision
-making aptitude.
+ strong presentation
skills preferred.
+ Reliable transporta-
tion to make local
and regional sales
calls.

Send Resume and
cover Letter to:



EOE, drug screen
required for final
aoppicant.


male black triangle
over one eye, black,
smile, ski dished
last seen W. Charlynn
Ln Crystal River. Needs
Medicine REWARD
name spotie
(352) 795-0898
Lost cat


shyindoor cat~may re-
spond to KongBFF best
feline friend is uncon-
solable
Please call
352-382-4397


PCotstol Rive s rgrens
ers country Club

O~n3M2r ay 114


white Miah brindle
spots, may have on a
camo collar.Friendly
well behaved. Last
seen Nov 1 Ith on
Parson Pt in
Hernando. His name
is Jake, he is micro
chipped. He has
allergies and may
have lost of hair in
spots of his back.
REWARD
Please call
904-263-2782 my cell
or 352-422-7274
a friend.







REWARD $1000. No
Questions ask.
Min Pin Female 10 lbs
name Zoey, Needs
meds. last seen Sun 8/7
Holiday Dr off Turkey
Oak Crystal River
(352) 257-9546
352-400-1519

REWARD
Two 8 Week Old
Pomeranian Puppies
Male silver/black
Female/Apricot
Bella Oasis Motel
Downtown Homosassa
(269) 370-8390




FOUND
Military Service Ring
Inverness Area
Call to ID 637-6250
Found: Small Dog
Brown and White.
Friendly & clean. Found
on Eden Dr.
352-406-0059
Lab mix Puppy
male ,found Citrus
Spring Blvd & Deltona
call to ID
(352) 422-7536
Male Dog, found near
McKinley St'
Hernando~name is
Buddy with collar, jack
russell (352) 302-6968




Advertising that Works.
Put your ad in Over
100FPla rs throu hout
LOW RATE! Call

or vii:wwf oda





FRESH JUMBO SHRIMP
15ct.@ $5 per lb
Stone Crab@ $6 per lb
delivered 727-771-7500




TEACHER

FT or Pt, Exp. Req.
CDA Preferred
TODAY'S CHILD
Equal Op Em loyer
(352) 44-9 44





Pool Attendant
P/T &
Housekeeping/
Locker Attendant
P/T Of F/T

For Upscale Spa &
Fitness center
Apply In Person a
2125 W. Skyview
Crossing Hernando


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


sUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2011 D3


#1 Affordable
CNA Prep Course
CPR-AED-Free Book
Am & PM classes
aefvourcna~com
352-341-PREP (7737)

NEEDED
Experienced,
Caring &


Hourly & Live-in,
flex schedule offered
LOVING CARE
(352) 860-0885

Network
Techn cane P


supporting end-users,

rA eupent s d


at mult pl I cations.
Must be detail-
oriented w/good
Organizational skills,
self-motivated, team
player and have
good communica-
tion & excellent cus-
tomer service skills.
Minimum of 2 yrs veri-
fiable IT support ex-
perience. Experience
w/MS server a client
OS, Citrix, Apple
products, mobile
devices necessary.
SQL Server, Exchange
Server, VMware,
routers/switches,
.firewalls, backup,
video conferencing,


MCSA/MCSE/MCTS/
MCITP. CCNA, A+
certifications desired.
Flexible hours, reliable
transportation and
clean driving record
a must. Email resumes
to: mhill~rboi.com


NOW HIRING

,NS
All Units, wlth Hospltal
Experience

Apply on Line: www.
nurse-temps.com
(352) 344-9828

Nurses All Shifts
F/T, P/T & PRN

Apply In person
Mon Frl 9am to~pm.
Health Center at
Brentwood
2333 N Brentwood Clf
Lecanto, FL
(352) 746-6600
EOE D/V/M/F
Drug Free Facillty


PA/NP
Wanted for GI Office
Respond to: Citrus
Cunty ho icl~e
1624 N Meadowerest
Blvd, Crystal River
Florida 34429

Residential SA


The Centers is seeking
Residential
Substance A use
(as needed) for our


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qucaliycinto L carie

bou vn r edcn for

screnizings reqd efe

10% eshifn t dff for
DFWP/EOE/Wne o

qai Clentes Ic.e &
irnsobsthegclentes.us

wwwotescenterseus
RNs Sueravaisalor
3-1shift Monda & e
throuBacgh ridy.
Plreaenig Apl nie


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mdaniels~avante
ibthcenters.com.

Nursmoe Analyvsit


Prmn uentPrt ime
A1 semi-at onomous

Penvione pl ntinte

standigoer your
soudr requiriga
self- estaatng, tas r-
entedNrse. Te o-

siin wil e pnarytofa
teram-rente solu- Tm
t eion to l mosrenue
prevetion n and re- c
envrnent part-tie
houspinol weekends o
stnoi overtime,
no psartiengtas care
antd no cal. Th o
Bio wl -70 7a2TIt 2f
tmor sende esume to

borunnty fmvpgecm.


""'"" 4~h
ANGELS
SEEKING ANGELS
Experienced
caregivers

in derpdel ci ensd h es.
Seek ng AM/IPM
weekends ad 24-hr help
References and
full back rund check
req ired
Call Visiting Angels

1~'60.0 8484




DIETARY AIDE



facility. We offer a
good salary & work
environment.
Apply In person.
Citrus Health and
Rehabllltailon Center
701 Medlcal CourtE
Inverness
EOE/DFW
Not for profit




F/T Receptionist

Must be pleasant,
well versed on the
phone, good
customer serylce,
m litakr r dca

Fax: Resume
352-746-5605



FT and PT Home
Health RNs

Citrus Memorial
Health System is
currently seeking

Hro ideH rsn Ncsatre
to patients in the
home cre ena o-
dates must have FL
RN license and FL
driver's license; one
to two years
Med/Surg experi-
ence; one year of
Home Health
experience
preferred. Please
apply online at
www.citrusmh.com.
CMHS is an EOE.



Medical Assistant

Needed for
cardiology practice
Applicant must be
proficient in manual
vitals gns a~nh sE G

full-time position with
competitive wage
and benefits. Appli-
cant will be required


dtie oincld fot
oPI as esenod resur

resume4879@ ampaba






RENCOD C ER

Wanted for busy
medical practice, or-
ganized and efficient
individuals needed to



FeT wt eeis
Email resume
citruspractice609@
yahoo.com



Network Engineer

Responsible for
server/work station/
network equipment,
end-user support at
multiple locations, IT
inventory, research &
recommendations on
new IT hardware/
software solutions,
web site programm-
ing. Must be detail
-oriented w/good
organizational skills,
self-motivated, team
player and have
good communica-
tion & excellent
customer service
skills, must be able to
manage time
efficiently. Minimum
of 5 yrs verifiable IT
network support ex-
perience. Experience
w/MS server & client
OS, SQL Server,
Exchange Server,
VMware, Citrix,
UNIX/Linux, web
programming, Mac,
mobile devices,
routers/switches,
firewalls, backup,
video conferencing,
and VolP required. BS
degree preferred
plus MCSA/MCSE/
MCTS/ MCITP, CCNA,
A+ certifications
desired. Flexible
hours, reliable trans-
nra~tioncarnddaceasn.
Email resumes to:
mhill~rboi.com.


SAWMILLS from onlY
$3997.
MAKE MONEY& SAVE
MONEY. with your own
bandmill. Cut lumber
any dimension. In stock
ready to ship. FREE Info.
& DVD -
www.NorwoodSawmills.
com
800-578-1363 X 300N.




SEWING MACHINE with
treadile.3 Be utifue oak

great shape. $100
352_746-_48gg


Search Hundreds of Local Listings
www.chronrclehometfinder-com


CIASSIFIEDS


Classifieds



OSSlcrfeCS In Print arnd Online A// The Time!


CIT RUS COUNTY







CH ONICL
www. ch ronicleonline. com




























































































































































































Exposed
-,Aggregate
3_~hotcrete $451yd.
Decks *Tile
FREE ~ Pavers <
ESTIMATES ~~~~

g g [MF COMPLETE EOE


MARCITE, INC.
&LINESURED 352-746-5200


BATH FITTER

"One Day Bath Remodeling"
In just One Day,
We will installA Beautiful New Bathtub
or shower "Rrgt over vour old one!!
Tub to howeroCoveraions oo!

In-Home Estimate

1-866-585-8827
BATH NTTER.COM


D4 sUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2011


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


CIASSIFIEDS




hev ae ty exenlent,

(352) 637-6000



CABIN ON 40 ACRES
of Prime Hunting Land
Located in Gulf Ham-

mr2 17695 20 )BS
(352) 634-4745
Canoe 16'
Kevlar/fiberglass
352- 196028
Christmas Gift cert.
Concealed Weapons
Lic., FL/Non FL. Res. Ok
Jay @ (352) 687-8265
Concealed Weapons
Permit Course
DAN'S GUN ROOM
(352) 726-5238
DMS PANrTIE A-15

Burris tactical scope,
original case. Extras,
qire d3P5 -7-D -0
FRESH JUMBO SHRIMP
15ct.@ $5 per lb
Stone Crab@ $6 per lb
delivered 727-771-7500
Golf cart, excellent
condition, Charger, rain
er0. 35 )n 163d51
GOLF CART, EZ Go
Runs some rustPower
Wise charger T605
Matched, Trojan bat-

se 4 ey. 3 2 7 502
T3REK BCCcE 26n hek
type. Six years old. Excel-
lent condition. $425 new,
asking $200. Call
352-503-7886or email
kostle@earthlink.net
WE BUY GUNS
On Site Gun Smithing
(352) 726-5238




EZ PULL TRAILERS,
LLC.
Sales of Open utilities
& enclosed. We Buy,
Build, Repair, Custom-
ize). ellU .ats Tr

NEW Open Utility
w/ramp 5 x 8 $720.
CASH $684.
5 x 10 $775.
CASH $735.

NEW Enclosed cago
6 m 059p95
CASH $1895.
6 x 12 $2095
CASH $1995.
Hwy 44 Crystal River
352-564-1299

GULF TO LAKE
TRAILER SALEs

Lar esteSele tion &

Offering New & Used
Cargo & utility trailers
Triple Crown Utility TRL
6 x 12 w/new spare
$995.
6 x 12 Enclosed w/
Sndose,r rear rmp

Trailer Tires
starting at $69.95
352-527-0555
Hwy 44, Lecanto


n ps. ak, exc


DINING ROOM SET cre-
denza, china cabinet, ta-
ble wl6 chairs. Solid
wood, dark color. Very
nice, $1,200. Call after
5:30 p.m. 563-1241
2Di ig room se tbe,

( Te)6 7-3300 1
DINING ROOM TABLE
w/6 padded chairs,
mat~c~hing ghted hu ch
(352) 563-6327
Entertainmenteenter,
holds 42" tyIots of
shelves, 2 side cabinets
with doors .ar wood

(352) 341-1899
FmeR 2GTWIN BOX
sn k-free h m

King Size Bed
w/metal frame, mat-
tress$ o s~old plafkrm

$550. barely used.
(352) 270-8407
Lane Recliner
cranberry color, very
good cond. 6 months
old. $100(352) 628-7224
CMA TRErSm Qu ns
and foundation,dual
controls. Similar to
Sleep Number. $850
obo 527-3589

Now oe usU t.

pauls urnt roln.com
Preowned Mattress
Sets from Twin $30;
Full $40.Qn $50; Kg $75
352-628-0808 -
QUEEN BEDROOM SET
Bed, mattress, box spring
and two night stands
$600 Phone: 726-8931 or
201-7518
Queen Bedroom Set
Mattress ,Box springs
2 night stands, chest of
drawers, dresser
6iirrn r701r0 -735024)
Queen Hide A Bed
good cond. $60.
Oak coffee table

352 548915
QUEEN TEMPURPEDIC
Cashmere Memory
Foam Mattress
Good cond Paid $4500
sell$ 1200 obo
(352) 419-4365
Round Oak Table and


Sofa & Love seat
$300. 2 wall mirrors
60x3" & 37x28.5" $50
ea. cedar chest $50.
352 746 271O/746 7104

Oak Mission Style
$75.
(352) 382-5486
TOWERTRACKOCODIDDD

352-777-1256
WATERBED, w/mattress
and heater, headboard,
cabinets, storage under.
$400.00 OBO call after
5:30 p.m. 563-1241




Snapper 21
self propelled lawn
mower, used 6 months
like new condS225.
(352) 382-9052


nom ss $ 08 obor


EU 2KA 30 61LTE
VACUUM fullsize,bag
model,1ight,newer
great shape. $40
(352) 746-1486
FARM FRESH EGGS
free range and organic
$32.0 a d z

onavowav c Te
new $60 352-212-7788
or 352-503-4646

4-WFHU NSCLOLTOW for
ages 6 and up $45
352-489-8633
GENERATOR
TROY-BILT ,7800 watts
never used runs great
pd $1200 sell 800.
352-697-0287
GLASS TOP TABLE
1/2 4x7. b~ mered


glass base. v. hvy.$225
obo(352) 637-7248
GUINEAWPIG WITnHdFoLdL

HOLDER, WHEEL big
house, bedding $90 best
offer 352-777-1256

frontu h lin ,0 h t ns
or rifles, $100.
H(35) 67304R-
TRIDGE: Remanufac-
tured HP C3903A
LD-03A. $15. Email
jnk44@1umc.org
tir CHTEXL STIRRS a2

le2 R11 k70nt~r d.
352-726-2023
MICHELIN XZA2
RVI295.80R/22.5
eTRCKsTR bs an
10K 90% tread left cost
$725.00 sell for $250.00
352 270 1775
PINES CONES -28 total
6-8" tall Variety-painted
either Silver, Gold, Wh,
Grn, Nat.Craits/Decor
$10 for all 352-382-3650
Pressure Cleaner
4,000 PSI,
Honda engine
2 hoses, guns & tips
$400. obo


new combo 33"
cd s/radb/imegaphone
$450.Broyhill round
coffee table /drawers
(352) 489-1486
Red concrete step
stone, brick face, 16 x 16
inchs Iuae eave 24, wII
after 5:30 p.m. 563-1241
RED curved scalloped
concrete edging approx
20 inches long. Have 80,
wilsell rO. e~a~c3. 111
RED scalloped concrete
flower bed edging approx.
16 inch. Have 100, will
sell $000elac .Cl after
REFRIGERATOR 34 x 9
good cond $40.
New flat screen TV
stand/shelf s $60.
(352) 489-1486
SAXON 600 MEDIUM
TURNOUT BLANKET
new,wate proob etble, 180g
352-344-2321
TIRE NEW 255.70R/22.5
RV-TRUCK Never used
NEW Hercules S-208 tire
cost $395.00 sell for
$200.00 352 270 1775


SAD RIXE35B UthNg Rirl
6,9imo ele5 t cdi-


Pu~p ies
UKC reshhelth cert.,

(352) 287-0530

CHIHUAHUA mix
9 wks, female, 1st shots
wormed, H/Cfawn
black muz1e Slaly I

CKC Yorkie Poo's
t per ta ned, very i-
blacl & gold 1 Me42s,
1 F$450.(352) 489-6675


Le ak
Lost Dog--Male Black
Lab mix-Reward
50 lbs, white pattern on
chest. Area of Grover

Cru her no4d9 tU V19.
Jumped othof van u-d

nowhski tsh.sknam rs
like ra sns-ne~e~d~smeds.

352-503-6494,
813-220-1199

4 4 y 4 4
Mini Dachshunds
Puppi..







Ready to go$200
wf'aml rarised hreatt,
very lovable 2 tan
4 blk/brn short hair
parents onsite
Please Call Doug
352-794-3463


FKo an~d GeoctdP eh

AL3LS ZES. all 3en



Miniature Schnauzer
Pups! AKC, Health Cert,
Shots, 1 female, 2 males,
$550. 352-419-4723, PM.


Puggle Pups
Gre~aotChnistma Gfts
(352) 564-0270
WANTED: COCKATIEL
SITTER, at your home,
over Christmas, prefer
near Citrus Hills. Phone
352-249-3221


3 WolEE SCOObTER
g ldn,
352-628-5386
BEDSIDE COMMODE&
ALUM WALKER portable
toilet and aluminum fold
up walker call david
352 637 5171

Poer bit C~harre
deluxeer mdl lush'

Paid $1,300, Sell $425.
(352) 270-8475

TracWr2 ELnHA, ever
used. $170.00 Call after
5:30 p.m.352- 563-1241











US COWE B CUUYRENCY
(352) 628-0477




3 BANJO PROJECTS!
NWO CMP ET
PARTS FOR A THIRD
$75 352-601-6625
Baldwin Organ

pmay Ex~celln Co oe
(352) 527-8819
ELECTRIC LAP STEEL
PLAYS&SOUNDS
GREAT VERY EASY TO
LEARN ONLY $65!
352-601-6625
Kimball Organ
Syntha Swinger Style,
The Entertainer II,2
keyboards and bench
$300 352-503-3472
USED BLACK MANDO-
LIN PERFECT TO
LEARN ON! PLAYS AND
SOUNDS GOOD ONLY
$30 352-601-6625




8 X 6 AREA RUG 8x6
area rug. beige with bur-
gundy and green ac-
cents. $80.00 obo
352-270-8314

eOriena d u6 7
100% wool $600.
Deco ativ Trees

(352) 382-2743
'
I

DP 500 ROWING MA-
CHINE, INVERNESS
good condition asking
$35.00 call 352-560-7857
ELECTRIC TREADMILL
maAll eli ,roicsret
shape $165
(352) 464-0316
TOTAL GYM
Model 1100
never used'
$175. 352-257-3625
UPGRADED BOFLEX
XTL 410 lbs resistance,
many attachments, works
great, $500.00, will ac-
cept credit cards, Lecanto
(727)251-2747


owoer teh ba ge 32
$400 352-201-4300











CITRUS

SPRINGS
Sat Sun 8-4p
golf clubs, bikes, pro
karoke equip
w muslN P me s rip

(352) 322-5648




INVERN ESS
Sat Sun 8a-5p
5549 E. Tenison St



sat Dec 3 7AM-l:30PM
Spaces for rent $10 ea.
Behnefiththe irst Pres.
pantry(352)746-7585




1Axb4 e Grounda Po

pumdo vac. 30u taker

Aff rdble 6o oil,
Dirt, Rock, Stone
Driveways/Tractor work
341-2019or 302-7325

RAME cr fted frO
ceiling fan, wind pro-
pelled, 40" wing span.
$100. 352-382-3962
Attends
Adult Large Underware
18 Packs
$5 per pack
(352) 560-0367
Bike
folding type for camp-
ers, 3 spd good cond
$75. (352) 344-1348
CARD TABLE
uade hsr4c sade~d5
Task Chair upholstered
$45. Roll Top Desk oak,
$100 352-601-6064
CHRISTMAS TREE 6ft'
65h tps,al80 ld clie
$12.00 352-527-0324
Cobra I-o .ith ound
Blu-Ray 3-D disc/DVD
$125. Logitech
Harmony ADV Univ.
remote 1000 $295.


CORVETTE C5 EX-
HAUST PLATE: Polished
with C5 emblem. $30.
Emi j~nk244 8um org
CORVETTE C5 TAIL-
LIGHT LOUVERS: Black
ABS plastic from Ecklers.
$20. Email
jnk44@1umc.org
CRAFTSMAN
GENERATOR
310h t60s batts.d8600
-never used. $550
352-601-6064
Electrolex Cleaner
All Attachments
$100
(352) 613-0788


JUNK MOTORCYCLES
WANTED
Will Pay up to $200 for
Unwanted Motorcycle

WANT TOBYHUE or

_Qggs-ition or Siu in
Call (352) 726-9369
Wanted to buy
Portable Dish~was~her

(352) 302-1449



ACA Shih-Tzu Pups,
Lots of colors, average
$450-$600 + Beverly
Hills, FL (352)270-8827
www.aceofpups.net


R s./Cor E CLc Is.
$50.hr. E01303



ThomasT ElecticLC
Glen/eratormaint &
He omestandby, &




Alle Tyes. Fee Est.
EComm/R9es. 28-002



Freea Es et., ic. & Is.
S352 422-7279 A &



Doelved&stacked. &


5 e128 6t t 137

(48 Fe Dlvey


SPLI OwKns OOD ng
4x8 $80es FreE








Lic & Ins 352-621-0881



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A 352 2-257-950 A


STRUCTU FREs O

5F& 6 Ered mssttcers
Is(352) 563-26977


PE iu Irasnes l


CORRINE'S HOME


Lic./Ins. 352-795-8843


Fa 9stcCCDL ndble
Free est. (352) 201-4141
MAID TO ORDER
Sr House Cleaning S
(352) 586-9125
Have Vacum Will Travel



(352)345-9738,794-631 1




ART'S AFFORDABLE &
RLAB.Et HN YAN

E ino Irnepis -FR E


COEANNNE' HOcME
Affordable Rates
Sr Free Estimates S
Lic./Ins. 352-795-8843




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for in oJ26051




Affordable Handyman
JFASy
AFFORDABLE
HOM RRELIABLE

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ART'S AFFORDABLE &
REIALEHAN YsMAN
kinds of rearFREE
Est., Lic/lrnes. -8803


ALL EXTERIOR

L6" S am3es 6uf0 81

Rob's Screening &

srn 5nre 8F gre
SUBURBAN IND. INC.
Screen rms, Rescreens,
Siding, carports, rfovers
wood decks, fla. rms.
windows, garage scrns.
628-0562 (CBCl257141)




S ITTAYS APPLhAliCE
Dryers, Free Pick Up
352-564-8179


I I

ClaoyP ol Window Film






Vertical Blind Factory
We custom make all
types. Best prices any-
where! Hwy 44 & CR
491. (352) 746-1998




Affordable Mobile

PCitu M on 13vy a


o/ THIS OUT!
PHIL'S MOBILE MARINE
3Repairs C tonsitgment
& Guar 352-220-9435




Loving Adult Care
Home (SL 6906450)
Alzheimer/Dementia
No problem Nursing
bheome o r no Ineedtitoe
352-503-7052




ROGI"RS Construction

sm jobs Free Est (352)
637-4373 CRC1326872




SHAADY IsE ANAS

Irsa 5os Cvrs8


#1 A+TECHNOLOGIES



Andrew Joehi


Lawns/Gutters. No job
too small!Reli able ,ins.
0256271 352-465-9201
Affordable Handyman
FAST



AFFORDABLE
J RELIABLE
HOME REPAIRS
* 03/5 -7- 58s ~



Hforandyman Dvave



haln (352)572-95708

Remcodeln, Additions, A
iD oo rsWindos, Tile
wok. Lic/n.#CR5-8l3301
Fresue CEst. (35)99-29 &






huing business 7690



352-Es. 35)41-843






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A+ Computer Repair &
Virus Removal. 24 Hrs.
7 Days a Week. $40/Hr.
Call (352) 794-1270
www.citrusarea.com


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repais .-V ai MCard





Bianchi Concrete

Sidew ls32a 7-078

YardsCUp E ring,
Flocrete. River rock
reseals & repairs.
Lic 364-2120/593-8806
FATHER & SON
Decorative Concrete
Textures, Stamp,Spray
Crack repair, staining &
Garage Flrs. Recession



Driveways & tear outs
Tractor work, All kinds
Lic. #1476, 726-6554





A rtrdaobl ,tp Sil,
Drivewa s/ actor wok

All AROUND TRACTOR
Lan clarin~g Hau in
Lic. & Ins. 352- 795-5755




COUNTYWIDE DRY-

FoW Al your drw ds
Ceiling &Wall Repairs.
Liclins. 352-302-6838




#1 A+TECHN LGES

Plasma TV installed
Lic.#5863 352-746-3777

ANHsE' ELECTRIC

Team.(l52032461 952


AT YOUR HOME


Lic#99990001273




A-1 Hauling, Cleanups,
garage clean outs, trash,
lawn maint. furn. & misc.
Mark (352) 287-0767





3 y s aatcl F initinn
352-464-1397
CALL STELLAR BLUE
All Int./ Ext. Painting
Nee~ds. Li.&51ns REE



Handyman Dave
Pressure Clean, Paint &
Repairs, odd jobs &
hauling (352) 726-9570


INTERIORIEXTERIOR
& ODD JOBS. 30 yrs
J. Hupchick Lic.11ns.
(352) 726-9998




Tim Herndon Plumbing

101yr serinwg3 Cru Co
(352) 201-8237




CAL nELtLARim..UE
Needs. Lic. & Ins. FREE
EST (352) 586-2996
Pic PICARD'S Pressure
Cleaning & Painting
352- 41-3300


Remodeling, kitchens

Hops Decs Gaes0
Yrs Exp. crc058140
344-3536; 563-9768




Affordable Handyman
I/FAST
AFFORDABLE




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are using a licensed
and insured service
professional. Many
service advertisers are
required by state law



and bse suspericiu tat
you tsmabe cntact Ifo
iongt an unlicensed
ubus ines The Citryus
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our ads meet the re-
quirements of the law.
Beware of any service

toe ar iese to do
about business
licensin please call
your t o fct sgov-





Bahia Pallets
400 e~t. Se60 ic -ua I
352-400-2221

SOD/FEED
Winter Special Bahai
tear out & installa-
tion352-302-6053


Cabinets, co ntoe to ,

cct ersi q altyweork


Bathro r e el

handicap. Lic/Ins.
#2441. 352-634-1584





oih lad clarg li to



prop. maint. 302-690-55


All AROUND TRACTOR

352-795-5755



CURB APPEAL..
Yardscape, curbing,
flocrete. River rock
reseals & repairs.
Lic. (352) 364-2120
Florida Sitescapes, LLC
FREE est: Yard Clean Up
Mowing, and MORE
Call 352.201.7374




CLEAN UP, Hedge
Trim, hul pess ash,


Florida Sitescapes, LLC
FREE est: Yard Clean Up
Mowing, and MORE
LAall 352.201.731 re

bFall Cleanlupc 1d991
(352) 726-9570
aWE AGnLEu e !
50% OFF thru holidays.
COASTAL LAWN CARE
(352) 601-1447


A Cutting Edge


Lic. #2713, Insured.




A TREE SURGEON
Lic. & Ins. Lowest Rates
Free est.(352)860-1452


/ TWI scT!


Fre s ts 32n) 3061
All Tractor Work Serylce
specializing in clean up
Tree Removal, General
prop. maint. 302-6955
DOUBLE STUMP

Mulh I cln 3 2-85


GRIFFINS TREE SERV
Competitive Rates
lic/ins Free Est
352-249-6495
R WRIGHT Tree Service
Tree removal & trimming.
Ins. & Lic.# 0256879
352-341-6827



wood avail.. 628-2825




344-2556, Richard
WATER PUMP SERVICE
mRe ars- all makes &




Clay Pool Window Film
Home Auto RV
Window Tininting
(352) 794-3069


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person
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with a classified ad
under Happy

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Dept for details
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/ Able to work early morning hours before 6am

V Must be 18 years old
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OfyStal River


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Free Written Estimate
, ,
* 100 OFF .
| Any Re-Roof '
I Must present coupon at time contract is signed a
Lic./Ins. CCCO57537 0009TL3


COPES POOL
AND PAVER LLC
YOUR IN72RLOCKING BRICKPAV/ER SPECIALIST
Build your new pool now and
be 'eady a ru extnnime'is

352-400-3188












319-1127 SUCRN
Woodruff, Daniel B.P 10CCP 8 78 Notice to Creditors
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 5TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT N ANDAFOR CIT S
File No.: 2010 CP 878 Division: Probate
IN RE:DEeSTATE OF DANIEL B. WOODRUFF

The administration of the est Nt EDTaOn IREBD ORSdruff, deceased, whose date of
dr te vs he 1 s0s fpend sin t0he Orcui Court for CitruseCnoe FLF r
The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal
rep ser t ive ofat nd c de tt bt r persons having claims or demands against
decedent s estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file

PHU rL NO FT I N ED YT 3TMEO O R IEdlM)EFOF THE FIR
All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands
ag sTHde TdEe sT RSTmu B I rNcOair witNh th court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
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 publication of this notice is November 20, 2011.
Personal Representative:
/s/ Diane A. Woodruff
Attorney for Personal Representative: 7351 E. Gospel Island Road, Inverness, FL 34450
e en aA OC Attor e f ti OF idaS T86, OFL33181

November 20 and 27, 2011



320-1127 SUCRN
Brown, Thomas C. 2011 CP 000744 Notice to Creditors
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 2011 CP000744 Division: Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF THOMAS C. BROWN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of THOMAS C. BROWN deceased, whose date of
death was November 12, 2010, and whose social security number is XXX-XX-0459, file
number 2011 CP 000744, is pending in the Circuit court for citrus county, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the address of which is 110 N. Apopka Avenue, Inverness, Florida
34450. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal
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 claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 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 claims or demands
against decedent s estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER 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 publication of this notice is November 20, 2011.
Personal Representative:
/s/ DIANE BROWN
9436 N.W. 65th Street, Tamarac, Florida 33321
Attorney for Personal Representative:
/s/ DANIEL T. FLEISCHER Florida Bar No. 301700 Craig Donoff, P.A. 2999 N.E. 191st
Street, Suite 809, Aventura, Florida 33180 Telephone: (305) 984-7M5
November 20 and 27, 2011.


W
175 MERCURY
Opti-max-ProXS, 4 year
transferable warranty
(3 )2 2 o41
EVINRUDE 120HP
1988 oil injected, power
irlt), strongstrnotorSP5noso
(352) 795-4240
OB 2.5r, Suzuki
underwarranty
(352) 5686699498



ak's 12'
2008 O TownLoon
120 w/paddles, color
orange, very good
cond $350 ea. will sell
separate 724-396-9983
.. *

BASS TRACKER
2003 No\TRDO Dual
console/White
19'2 long-beam
96 /200HP Mercury XR61
101 lb. thrust MinnKota
trolling motor/stainless
steel proplAutomatic &
manual bilgepumps
(2000 GPH each) /Motor
works well/deck
weathered-needs
carpet/usable as is/Trailer
$5 995 fo
spare.
quick deal Association
does not allow 2 boats
Call Al 352/726-2201
Inverness
CANOE 16'
Square stern ,2 paddles
life jackets $350
(352) 465-6187
COBIA 04
19 ,115hp Yamaha 4
stroke 170 hoursGPS
VHF, depth, b ck
plate, trailerimir i5 0
OBO 447-1244
(352)
FRESH JUMBO SHRIMP
15ct.@ $5 per lb
stone Crab@ $6 per lb
delivered 727-771-7500
POONTON 32'
Houseboat, $5000
(352) 527-1734
PROLINE
20 CC, T-Top VHF, Eect.,
New 135 Honda,4S,
new EZ Loadtrlr. $11,400
Extras (352) 257-1161
SOUTH BAY '08
d h HsPe n .
hrs. on boat & mtr, $19K
or take over payments
352-341-3305
STINGRAY
19ft, deep Vee, alum
trlr. w/ elec. wench,
3.0, 1/O, $1,374
(352) 586-9498
WE HAVE BOATS
GULF TO LAKE
MARINE
We Pay CASH For Used
Clean Boats
Pontoon, Deck & Fishing
Boats (352)527-0555
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Charred 5th whl. big
slideperfectcond.
call for details
352-726-4325
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Hudson Inc.Since
1974. (888) 674-8376
(727) 514-8 9


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for towed vehlcle.All
manuals for coach &
app.All serve hook-up
equlp. See at Oak Bend

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$22,500. Wlll neg.


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Diesel Lariat super duty
low miles, 05 fleetwood
5th wh d.^bs des,
(352) 341-1347
I BUY RV'S,
Travel Trailers,
5th Wheels
Motor HomeSs
call me 352-201-6945
JAYCO
2005 Jay Feather
LGT 25Z

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refrig/sep freezer; lots of
storage. Like new $9,500
priced below blue book
retail see in Inglis
352-447-5434

rTecotD 37 5
3 slides, $1000 repairs




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sleeps 5, like new
$11,900, 352-637-2735

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luxeE upMg e ,NIEpD 6
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CASHR TD 50NOd& UP
(352) 771-6191

BuyinCAUs CTr1rucks
LA R 'S rU dS t
Hwy 19... 352 564-8333
CASH PAID FOR JUNK
CARS Any Condition
Up to $500., Free
Towing 352-445-3909

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CAR-TRUCK-BOAT-RV
AUTOS FROM $1,500.
US 19 BY AIRPORT
US 44, BY NAPA
A Low Payments A
461-4518 & 795-4440
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KEEP your used auto
parts in Citrus Co.
Dale's Auto Parts. &
Salv P top $$$
age ays
for your autos.
352-628-4144
WE BUY
ANY VEHICLE
Perfect Condition
or not so perfect, Titled
no title problem. '
no
Paying up to$25,000
Any make, Any model.
Call A.J. (813) 335-3794



'01 Chrysler 300M
All factory options'
showroom condsenior
owned,66K ,$6800 obo
(352) 382-0986
AFFORDABLE
AUTOS & VANS
Eve bod Rides
$795 D WN
$49 PER WEEK
BUY HERE PAY
HERE..
Lots of clean-safe-
CeApenDdAaNb|
(352) 5 6 3 -1 9 0 2
WE BUYS CARS
DEAD OR ALIVE
1675 Suncoast Hwy.
Homosassa Fl.
BUICK 02
LaSabreV6, one
owner, garage kept
72K Mi loaded. $6450
(352) 746-9002
BUICK
'72, Grand Sport, 350
rebuilt transmission
Pyssi rear, great shape
$9,000. (352) 634-2221
CHEVY IMPALA
2007, V-6, loaded, mint
cond., grey mist, 55K
$15,500. (352) 601-4568
CHRYSLER
'06, 300, 35K miles, off
white, black cloth, SAT
radio, Nice, $12,600
firm (352) 795-8792
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WEDO ITALL!
BUY-SELL-RENT-
CAR-TRUCK-BOAT-RV
AUTOS' FROM $1,500.
US 19 BY AIRPORT
US 44, BY NAPA

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2002 T r sDa few
dents, but runs like a
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HATCHBACK
1989. $700.
352-220-0480
HONDA 06
AccordLX-S.91KMi.
excel. cond. Silver,
below blue book
$9,500. 352-586-8928

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43K ml. 4-Matic, 6 cy|.
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goodies & chrome

37.s:4'."E.'j9
loaded, smells new.
warranty until 2014.
$18H, 3 57
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MR2 Spider, convertible
silver,5 spd. a/c,
like new $8600.
352-634-1070
TOYOTA '09
PRIUS 48,973K mi ,
green weather seats
$18,500 (352) 746-3663
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Bell Air 4 dr. sedan all
original and 106k mi
$15,000 (352) 621-1207
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US 19 BY AIRPORT
US 44, BY NAPA
A Low Payments*
461-4518 & 795-4440
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1988 Suburban, silverado
strong! must sell ill need
meds! $1550.obo
(352) 795-0898
CHEVY 88
SILVERADO, King cab.
ground effects, mags,
V8 ,AM/FM, A/C, $1500
obo(352) 637-4011
DODGE '98
Dakota, V6, 5 d
135 K mi. contractors
cap with 3 doors,
8' bed, new front tires
great work truck
$1500
(352) 410-1392

Diesel LFaTtDu r duty
Iow miles, 05fleetwood
5th whl. K bed. 4 slid
firepl $45K obo es'
(352) 341-1347
FORD 08
Diesel Lariat super duty
low miles, 05 fleetwood
5th whl. K bed. 4 slides,
I 3 Kl3
HONDA 06
Ridgeline, 60K mi
great cond.
$12,500
(352) 274-1940



CHRYSLER 04
Pacifica 33K mi,
leather, loadedsenior
owned, Like new
$11, 950(352) 634-3806
TOYOTA 99
4 Runner, Sr Owned,
always garaged, looks
and runs like new $6k
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1988, 5 spd, runS
good V6, $500.obO
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26HKem LFotrs f ex ra s
$9500 (352) 527-3024
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04,1200Sportestturq&
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PUBLIC NOTICE
By reason of default
Homosassa Storage, Inc.,
8787 S. Suncoast Blvd.,
H t sn 0
10 X10 unit, household
and personal goods of
Peter Arnow. This public
auction sale shall take
place Thursday, Dec. 15,
2011, at 10 am.
Pub: Nov. 20 & 27, 2011.






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sUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2011 D5


941-1120 M/SUCRN
The Citrus county Board of Coun N nEers is accepting applications for the
reTrd and Development Review Board. Please obtain an application on-line and
3600 W. Sovereign Path
Planning Divisbon Suit 1 0 eLe nto, FL 34461

The Planning and Development Review Board meets the first and third Thursdays of
cmson Ily terlea tbhe e eessmreettnsolwil ce end on thse e gth of Ithebca
uledforanotherday.
All applicants must be a permanent resident of citrus county. The applicants should
have experience in; Architecture: and Urban, Rural or Regional Planning: Landscape

t eEt 0 u eg ee)nnu a al Esta I tdSur e nm b6
may serve more then eight consecutive years.
All applications must be received in this office no later than Wednesday, November
30,2011.
November 14 and 20, 2011.



Area 114, Crystal River fle2 tr cialAssessment -BOCC

NU YIS F ORRElBYAG EN BYnE UNTYOCOM SSIONER20 OF Cl
COUNTY/CITY OF CRYSTAL RIVER WASTEWATER MUNICIPAL SERVICE BENEFIT UNIT FOR
WASTEWATER UTILITY SERVICES AREA 114 OF ITS INTENT TO USE THE UNIFORM AD
VALOREM METHOD OF COLLECTION OF NON-AD VALOREM ASSESSMENTS FOR THE
PROVISION OF WASTEWATER SERVICES FOR THE 2011 CITRUS COUNTY/CITY OF CRYSTAL
RIVER WASTEWATER SPECIAL ASSESSMENT DISTRICT AREA 114.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all owners of lands located within the 2011 Citrus
county/City of crystal River Wastewater Special Assessment District Area 114, more
particularly described in Exhibit "A" attached hereto and made a part hereof, that
the Board of County commissioners of citrus county intends to use the uniform ad
valorem method of collecting non-ad valorem assessments levied by the Board of
County commissioners as set forth in Section 197.3632, Florida Statutes, and the
Board will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, December 13, 2011, at 1:45 p.m. at the
Board of County Commissioners Meeting Room, Citrus county Courthouse, 110
North Apopka Avenue, Inverness, Florida.
The purpose of the public hearing will be to consider the adoption of a Resolution
authorizing the Board of County commissioners of citrus county to use the uniform
ad valorem method of collecting non-ad valorem assessments as provided for in
Section 197.3632, Florida Statutes.
The Board of County commissioners of citrus county proposes to adopt a non-ad
valorem assessment for the provision of wastewater services within the area of Citrus
County known as the 2011 Citrus county/City of crystal River Wastewater Special As-
sessment District -Area 114, more particularly described in Exhibit "A".
The Board of County commissioners of citrus county is considering the adoption of
a non-ad valorem assessment for the provision of wastewater services commencing
in fiscal year 2012/2013.
Interested persons may appear at the public hearing to be heard regarding the
use of the uniform ad-valorem method of collecting said non-ad valorem assess-
ments. If this method of collection is used, failure to pay the assessment will cause a
tax certificate to be issued against the property which may result in a loss of title.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board of County commis-
sloners with respect to any matter considered at this public hearing, they will need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made which record shall in-
clude the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at this meeting because of a
disability or physical impairment should contact the County Administrators Office,
110 North Apopka Avenue, Inverness, Florida 34450, (352) 341-6560, at least two days
before the meeting. If you are hearing or speech impaired, use the TTY Telephone
(352) 341-6580. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF CITRUS COUNTY FLORIDA
2011 CITRUS COUNTY/CITY OF CRYSTAL RIVER
WASTEWATER SPECIAL ASSESSMENT DISTRICT AREA 114
EXHIBIT A
The 20111 atrnusbncun 8@tsofacrysta er h tab hPser sA ssme ishict --
a sewage disposal system and sewer improvements are constructed or recon-
structed and all lots and parcels which are served or to be served by a sewage dis-
posal system and sewer improvements, located in Citrus county, Florida, further de-
scribed as follows:
AREA 114: DESCRIPTION
BEGINNING AT THE WEST 1/4 CORNER OF SECTION 33, TOWNSHIP 18 SOUTH, RANGE 17
EAST, CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA; THENCE NORTHERLY, ALONG THE WEST LINE OF SAID
SECTION 33, TO THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THOSE LANDS DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 371, PAGE AM, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CITRUS COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA; THENCE WESTERLY, ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID LANDS, TO THE SOUTHWEST
CORNER THEREOF; THENCE NORTHERLY, ALONG THE WEST LINE OF SAID LANDS, TO THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THOSE LANDS DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 659,
PAGE AM, OF SAID PUBLIC RECORDS;THENCE NORTHWESTERLY, ALONG THE SOUTH-
WESTERLY LINE OF SAID LANDS, TO THE SOUTHWEST CORNER THEREOF; THENCE NORTH-
ERLY, ALONG THE WEST LINE OF SAID LANDS, TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER THEREOF,
SAID POINT BEING ON THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF WEST FORT ISLAND TRAIL
(ALSO KNOWN AS COUNTY ROAD NUMBER 44); THENCE SOUTHEASTERLY, ALONG SAID
SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, TO THE AFOREMENTIONED WEST LINE OF SECTION 33,
TOWNSHIP 18 SOUTH, RANGE 17 EAST: THENCE NORTHERLY, ALONG THE WEST LINE OF
SAID SECTION 33, TO THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THOSE LANDS DESCRIBED IN OFFl-
CIAL RECORDS BOOK 1898, PAGE 1261, OF SAID PUBLIC RECORDS: THENCE WESTERLY,
ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID LANDS, TO THE SOUTHWEST CORNER THEREOF, SAID
POINT ALSO BEING THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF PARCEL 17E18S32 11110, AS SHOWN
IN THE CITRUS COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISERS GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM;
THENCE WESTERLY, ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID PARCEL, TO THE SOUTHWEST COR-
NER THEREOF; THENCE NORTHERLY, ALONG THE WEST LINE OF SAID PARCEL, TO THE
SOUTH LINE OF SECTION 29, TOWNSHIP 18 SOUTH, RANGE 17 EAST THENCE WESTERLY,
ALONG SAID SOUTH LINE OF SECTION 29, TO THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THOSE
LANDS DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 1069, PAGE 2075, OF SAID PUBLIC
RECORDS: THENCE NORTHERLY, ALONG THE WEST LINE OF SAID LANDS, TO THE NORTH-
WEST CORNER THEREOF; THENCE MEANDER EASTERLY AND SOUTHERLY ALONG THE
MA N NN O

E E LG F N OM HPELSNG T E YT K
HEAD LINE FOR ISLAND LOT NO. 21, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE 33, OF SAID
IBDLIBULKE ORDS;dHFEONCE NORTHWE ATTNHG S UTH W NE T EOF
EN LAND LT A R AOOTNG OERTNW SHW T HNEERE F; TA NBULK UADE NTE
ERLY ALONG THE NORTHEASTERLY LINE OF SAID BULKHEAD LINE FOR ISLAND LOT NO.
21, TO THE NORTHEAST CORNER THEREOF; THENCE SOUTHWESTERLY, ALONG THE
SOUTHEASTERLY LINE OF SAID BULKHEAD LINE FOR ISLAND LOT NO. 21, TO THE SOUTH-
S CO LEKHETHERE :FTOH CANNOL HW T 50 HOEN OTR E TU WE ER F
15, OF THE AFOREMENTIONED PALM SPRINGS VILLAS ADDITION: THENCE MEANDER
EASTERLY AND SOUTHERLY, ALONG THE REAR LOT LINES OF LOTS 1 THROUGH 15, OF
SAID PALM SPRINGS VILLAS ADDITION, TO THE NORTHERNMOST CORNER OF SAID LOT
1, SAID POINT ALSO BEING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF LOT 8 OF PALM SPRINGS

LL D DE R L S 1 T G I P HM S I S EM


U E
TOWNNSH P 8 SO RANNEG 7 EAST THEN EDMTE ALONG A RUE OD
BOOK 1614, PAGE 1072, OF SAID PUBLIC RECORDS: THENCE MEANDER NORTHEAST-
ERLY, ALONG SAID NORTHWESTERLY LINE OF SAID LANDS, TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER
THEREOF, SAID POINT ALSO BEING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THOSE LANDS DE-
SCRIBED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 1732, PAGE 86, OF SAID PUBLIC RECORDS:


OE
THE NORTHERLY LINE OF SAID LANDS, TO THE NORTHEAST CORNER THEREOF SAID


H RN E 7 I OT
ERNMOST CORNER OF SUNSET SHORES ADDITION TO WOODWARD PARK, AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 140, OF SAID PUBLIC RECORDS: THENCE MEANDER
TNOORTHOEASTEL APLAONGTTOHET NORTHWESTENMOUNECO SdDHEUNSET SH REPS ADDITION
NG T3HE3,NORTHEERNMOSTFPS BTL E1C3,) S THE ED E HO S
ALONG THE EASTERLY LINE OF SAID TRACT 13, TO THE SOUTHEAST CORNER THEREOF,
SAID POINT ALSO BEING THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THOSE LANDS DESCRIBED IN OF-
FICIAL RECORDS BOOK 792, PAGE 1146, OF SAID PUBLIC RECORDS: THENCE MEANDER
SOUTHERLY AND WESTERLY, ALONG THE EASTERLY AND SOUTHERLY LINE OF SAID
DSD RTHE S HEASbCORNERAONFDLOT 1500F DTESUNSET HDORESOADDIllON TO
ALONG THE EASTERLY LINE OF SAID SUNSET SHORES ADDITION TO WOODWARD PARK,
TO THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF LOT 2, OF SAID SUNSET SHORES ADDITION TO WOOD-
WARD PARK, ALSO BEING THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THOSE LANDS DESCRIBED IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 2018, PAGE 348, OF SAID PUBLIC RECORDS: THENCE MEAN-
DER NORTHEASTERLY ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID LANDS, TO THE NORTHEAST

ED A HEEW S 3D T
EAST CORNER THEREOF SAID POINT ALSO BEING THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THOSE
LANDS DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 812, PAGE 1726, OF SAID PUBLIC REC-
ORDS: THENCE MEANDER NORTHEASTERLY, ALONG THE NORTHERLY LINE OF SAID
LANDS, TO THE NORTHEAST CORNER THEREOF, SAID POINT ALSO BEING ON THE WEST
LINE OF THOSE LANDS DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 2310, PAGE 1585, OF
SAID PUBLIC RECORDS: THENCE NORTHERLY, ALONG SAID WEST LINE OF SAID LANDS,
TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER THEREOF; THENCE EASTERLY AND SOUTHERLY ALONG
THE NORTHERLY AND EASTERLY LINE OF SAID LANDS, TO THE SOUTHEAST CORNER





TO THE NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF WEST FORT ISLAND TRAIL (ALSO KNOWN AS
COUNTY ROAD NUMBER 44); THENCE WESTERLY ALONG SAID NORTHERLY
I H WN 7


THENCE WESTERLY ALONG SAID SOUTH LINE, TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.


Less and except any Islands, State and Federally owned conservation lands, govern-

n o f C

November 20, 27, December 4 and 11, 2011


321-1120 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
JOB SEEKER TRAT NPOANNED R RNI TRAINING
Workforce Connection is releasing an ITN for Job Seeker Workshops and Short Term
Training. Previously Workforce Connection offered a number of workshops to job
applicants and workers who have faced layoffs, been laid off or faced other barriers
to reemployment. We have also created specialized workshops for veterans return-
ing from Iraq and Afghanistan, long term unemployed professionals as well as cus-
tomers of our welfare transition services who have not previously been employed.
These workshops often target issues associated with employment and reemploy-
ment.
Interested parties may request a complete copy of the ITN from:
Val Hinson .
Workforce Connection
3003 SW College Road, Suite 205
Ocala, FL 34474-4415
Fax: 352 873-7911
352 873-7939, ext. 1203
vhinson@clmworkforce.com
www.cImworkforce.com
Closing on this ITN is 12-15-11 at 4:00 p.m.
Workforce Connection is an EOE Employer/Program. Auxiliary aids and services are
available upon request to individuals with disabilities using TTY/TDD equipment via
the Florida Relay Service at711.
November 20, 2011.



308-1204 SUCRN
Inverness Village Unit4 SpecialassessmentPlan B- CC BOCC


O C T O CO

3 ENTD L RDW T HEA2 2C N R S NVAL AGMPURNOTVE4M TADAPNDIN E
NOTICUE HE Fd i gto a ne ofmaendsDcic ed with er201p2 riv n sdV
ascribed in Exhibit "A" attached hereto and made a part hereof, that the Board of
County Commissioners of Citrus County intends to use the uniform method for the
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the B ty ohro isaipubrlic hMeearir on Decem t s6C2011 atC245 hp.m atit Bo
ApopkaAvenueInvernessFlorida.
The purpose of the hearing is to adopt a resolution authorizing the Citrus county
Boc rde oCcoeur ntcomrrassionelrs to use thesurdorm tmethodr d leo inco ec n

i ae a ntdoo ovi rti t c r he construction of paved roads


d 3 x r c r o 2 i a y
Interested persons may appear at the public hearing to be heard regarding the use
of the uniform method for the levy, collection and enforcement of non-ad valorem
asses met c rtf ameet obde ssuceoclea sist rop NcTma e t mel ss
title


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clude the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.


phk n n s d 4 5 )to m n s o
t el-m ting. If you are hearing or speech Impaired, use the TTY Telephone
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
2012 INVERNESS VILLAGE UNIT 4 ROAD PAVING
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT DISTRICT PLAN B
EXHIBIT "A
DESCRIPTION
A parcel of land being a portion of Inverness Village Unit 4 according to the plat
thereof recorded in Plat Book 9, Pages 17 through 21 inclusive, and a portion Villages
of Inverness, being a replay of part of said Inverness Village Unit 4, said replay being
re rdedui Pl Bi nPa 8att rh Id s v f lof the Public Records of


ns4 en at I n B 02 he n 0 n 91 ae
bearing) along said Westerly right of way line a distance of 740.00 feet to the point of
curvature of a curve concave to the Southwest, having a radius of 2821.09 feet, a
central angle of 09 degrees 00'40" and a chord bearing N 31 degrees 35'l5" W for a
distance of 443.17 feet; thence along the are of said curve a distance of 443.68 feet
to the point of tangency; thence N 36 degrees 05'33" W along said right of way line a
distance of 578.61 feet to the Northeast corner of Lot 1, Block 23 of said Inverness Vil-
e4rd dofcorner I ne 87 rright2 wayWline of East Arlir t Sir (5
s ing said South right of way line of




Block 22 a distance of 668.08 feet; thence leaving said North boundary line, N 69 de-
es 3171idWla dist2 csaiof 10 eet to fl einte e ionowith einWe b r aCryuof


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ries of Lots 16 and 17 of said Block 19 a distance of 150.00 feet to the Southwest cor-
ner of Lot 17 of said Block 19, said corner lying on the North right of way line of East
Garden Street (50 feet wide right of way); thence S 89 degrees 19'59" E along the
South boundary of said Lot 17 and North right of way line of said East Garden Street a
distance of 90.00 feet to the intersection with the North extension of the West bound-
ary of Lot 17, Block 18 of said Inverness Village Unit 4; thence S 00 degrees 40'01" W
along said North extension and West boundary and across East Garden Street a dis-
tance of 200.00 feet to the Southwest corner of Lot 17 of said Block 18; thence S
89 19'59" E along the South boundaries of Lots 17 and 18 of said Block 18 a distance
of 189.32 feet to the Southeast corner of Lot 18 of said Block 18, said corner lying on
the Southwesterly right of way line of North Crestwood Avenue (50 feet wide right of
way); thence N 52 degrees 23'00" Ea distance of 50.85 feet across said North
Crestwood Avenue to the most Southerly corner of Lot 20, Block 23 of said Inverness
Village Unit 4, said corner lying on the Northeasterly right of way line of said North
Crestwood Avenue; thence N 62 degrees 55'07" E along the Southeasterly boundary
of said Lot 20, Block 23 a distance of 150.00 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.
November 13 20 27 and December 4 2011


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ll/30Sale-Persona/MiniStorage-Dunnellon)
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE OF PURIIC SAl F
PERSONAL PROPERTY OF THE FOLLOWING TENANTS WILL BE SOLD FOR CASH TO
SATISFY RENTAL LIENS IN ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA STATUTES, SELF STORAGE
FACILITY ACT, SECTIONS 83-806 AND 83-807: PERSONAL MINI STORAGE- DUNNELLON
UNIT #29-PETER FENTONJR; UNIT #49-JAMES KEPHART; UNIT #94-RICHARD WEST
UNIT #145-DEANNA DIXON; UNIT #146-JERRY M ROSE; UNIT #174-STAN MILAM;
UNIT #254-DIANNA KING; UNIT #256-DIANNA KING; UNIT #257-DIANNA KING
CONTENTS MAY INCLUDE KITCHEN, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS, BEDDING, LUGGAGE, TOYS,
GAMES, PACKED CARTONS, FURNITURE, TOOLS, CLOTHING, TRUCKS, CARS, ETC.
THERE S NO TITLE FOR VEHICLES SOLD AT LIEN SALE. OWNERS RESERVE THE RIGHT TO BID
ON UNITS. LIEN SALE TO BE HELD ON THE PREMISES- NOVEMBER 30,,2011 @2:00PM.
VIEWING WILL BE AT THE TIME OF THE SALE ONLY Personal Mini Storage Dunnellon,
11955 N. Florida Ave., (Hwy. 41) Dunnellon, FL 34434 (352) 489-6878
November 13 and 20, 2011.


322-1120 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
Fictitious Name
Notice under Fictitious
Name Law. pursuant to
Section 865.09, Florida
Statutes. NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to


engage in business under
the fictitious name of:
Twin Rivers Marina
located at 2880 N.
Sea-breeze Pt., Crystal
River, FL 34429, in the
County of citrus, intends
to register the said name
with the Division of Cor-


portions of the Florida
Department of State, Tal-
lahassee, FL.
Dated at Orlando, FL,
this 17 day of Nov., 2011.
/s/ Stanley Weir
Owner
Nov. 20, 2011.


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PMNE RIDGE ESTATES
ti p aA13CcC Gra* ituated on lacre
* Many upgrades, solar panel, 3464 sf living
PETER & MARVIA K(OROL
352) 35527-7842


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71 W. HOLLYFERN PLACE
BEVERLY HILLS
*2BR/2BNi20G Lg Living Room Eat-in Kitchen
* 26xi3 Master Suite Screened Lanai & Pool
* Nice Private Backylard Ne~ll M irl.ll irnedl
LEN PALMER (352) 212-2 611li:leplmrre l~e P


Custom 2 story, 5 bedroom home on a secluded wooded
homesite. Large gourmet kitchen wlgranite countertops & sub
zero appliances overlooking great room with large windows to
view your private estate. 4BR wl2 baths upstairs. Master
bedroom & bath downstairs. Large hobby room off of laundry
room plus a beautiful denloffice. 28 X 30 RV barn with
attached 10 X 30 carport. Irrigation well, instant hot water and
electric gate entrance. You II love this onel
LEO SMITH 352-697-2771
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2 STORY PINE RIDGE POOL HOME
Beautifulcustom bull 2story home has5BR, 35BA+0 fe, Gourmet eal-
in K1 w/granite ctr top, center Ishnd, wood cab w/roll out drawers, plant
shaves, decor Ighting &cerame tile Lg utlll rm w/cab, countertop and
md In oranit inMer suasehwith au ub, waki soer rhs &hels
wdlk n closets 2 Ig BRs and full BA upstars Trey cellings, recessed
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RICHARD VENHICINQUE (352) 795-2441
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5129 N. CROSSGAnTE PT., PINE RIDGiE
This beautiful 3/3/4 brick colonial Is situated on
five peaceful acres In Pine Ridge Farms Interior
features Include but not limited to spilt floor plan,
upgraded gourmet kitchen, hardwood throughout,
fireplace, dual AC, security system, built-in buffet,
tasteful paint/carpet and window treatments
Master bedroom boast 18x24 size with huge dual
walk-in closets Master bath features dual sinks,
walk-in shower and two person lacuzzi tub
DAVID IVORY 352-613-4460
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1956 W. MARS TEN COURT
LECANTO
*3BR/2BNi20G Brentwood Home Great Room
* Eat-in Kitchen Screened Lanai & Pool
* Nicely Landscaped llMraind
LEN PALMER (352) 212-2611
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WITH THIS 3BR/2BA HOME IN CITRUS HILLS
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system, sprinklers, built-in bookcase, eat-in
kitchen plus formal dining. O
BARBARA MILLS (352) 637-6200
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each of these un its. 2 bed room,
2 bath units with inside laundry, screened
pr adki reagse.C eilivin room and

STEVE VARHADOE 795-2441 OR 795-9661 O
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s edrooms, 3 Full Baths
SHuge Kitchen
SLarge Living Room w/Fireplace
diina Enc oe~dAdditions w/Air
SToo Much to List
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*Thermopone Windows New Granite Island Kitchen Circular Driveway Double Pane Windows Volume Ceilings Thru-Out '"
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Wlcuanc.n $350,000 MtS#349401 $189,900 MtS#352181
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more compact and less vig-
orously. But further north,
where the sun is
not so harsh,
shade is less crit-
ical.
Flowering dog-
woods need rich,
Slightly acidic,
well-drained soil.
Good drainage is
a must. They will
die in soggy soils.
;reider However, keep
IE them watered
,RIST during times of
drought. Avoid
tilling or planting
other plants under or
around the canopy.
The root system of this
plant is usually very shal-
low. A three-inch layer of
mulch under the canopy
will aid moisture retention.

See ARBORIST/Page E4


that can brighten up
T eei oohrtethe land-
scape quite like a
flowering dog-
wood. The mag-
nificentblossoms ,
of this understory
tree dominate
the landscape
with white, and
sometimes pink
petals.
Every dogwood Kerry :
is different. No T~
two trees willAR
ever look exactly
alike, because
the tree's form is the result
of its reach for sunlight in
the shady understory of its
natural habitat.
In the Deep South, dog-
woods will not attain an
open, layered form if they
are planted in full sun. In-
stead, they tend to grow


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GLASS ENG.OSED LANAl w/AIR HAS VIEW! I
* 2010 Heat Pump Newer Roof Shingles & Flooring
* 2CAR Garage Cul-de-Sac Golf Course View
$107,000 MtS#341973






(OLUMNED FRONT POR{H! GARDEN LANDSCAPING!
REFRESHING POOL & LARGE CORNER LOT!
* 3 Bed + Office + Music Room French Doors to POOL
* Open Kitchen to Great Room Roman Tub + Shower .
$194,500 MtS#352071


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WATERFALL / POND & PRIVATE BACKYARD!
EXPANDED, LARGER SCREENED LANAI! -r
* Living/Family Rooms* Split 3 Bedroom Floor Plan ;t
* Dual Pane Windows* Bump-Out/Storage in Garage -r
$159,000 MtS#348010 1


HARD TO FIND! DOUBLE TUL-DE-5AT LOTS!
DEEP, PRIVATE, WOODED GREENBELT!
* Brick Paver Entry & Lanai Cathedral Great Room
* Private Well for Yard Alarm Well for Sprinklers
$210,000 Mts#344943






NEW 2011 LOOK! UNBELIEVABLE UPDATES!
LOCK IT UP & GO MAINTENANCE FREE LIVING!
New Corian, Wood, Tile & Fixtures in Kitchen & Baths
Buyer Credit at Closing New Appliances & Carpet
$75,000 MtS#350251


AMAZING "LINDHORST" w/ HEATED POOL,
WATERFALL & COVERED SPAl lT'S A "MUST SEE"!
* Wrap Around Shower & Garden Tub in Master On 2 Lots
* HUGE Island Kitchen w/Corian, Maple & Tile Central Vac
$364,900 Mts#349852


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4602 CASPER LN. PINE RIDGE
One-ofa-kind horse lover's dream home in the
Equestrian section next to trails. Designed w/
e quisiti naste iatt nti 1 1. ..0,
2 5 bath, 4-car garage home. Fenced paddock
w/water & shelter.
MLS #349970 $429,000


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If at all possible, do not
cut down the shade tree that
protects a dogwood. This
will expose the tree to sun-
scald damage, since it was
accustomed to growing in
the shade.
There is a lot of history to
the dogwood. There is a leg-
end that at the time of the
crucifixion, the dogwood
tree was the size of the oak
and other large forest trees
- so big and so strong, it
was the tree that was cho-
sen as the timber for the
cross.
Notable features of the
dogwood include white or
pink flowers and red
berries. The foliage is de-
ciduous, and its outstanding
season is spring. The tree


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grows to a height of 10 to 40
feet, with a 15 to 20 foot
spread.
Dogwood is a Florida na-
tive with a moderate growth
rate. They grow best in par-
tial shade.
Potential trouble spots
with dogwoods include dog-
wood borers, anthracnose,
and sunscald.
Dogwoods make excellent
understory trees,



Kerry Kreider is a
practicingarborist, a
member of the
Interna tional Society of
Arboriculture, a tree
preserve tionist and
presi dent ofrlction
Tree Service. Ifyou have
any questions he
can be reached at
(352) 302-2815 or email
actionproarborist
syahoo. com.


IMMACULATE 3049 sq. ft.,
3solar tubes, upgraded
cabinets and appliances,
HUGE pantry, instant hot water,
water softener, 2 walk-in
closets, 14'x40' lanai, double
vanities in MB and so much
more. 340879 $219.900


BANK APPROVED SHORT
SALE. Expanded Tradewinds,
2400 sq.ft., gas fireplace,
bookcases, jetted tub & dual
sinks in master, glass enclosed
lanai, dual pane windows, well
for irrigation. self cleaning salt-
system pool. 350783 $178,000


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Gourmet kitchen, Gas Heated pool &Spa, office, 3 baths 3 car garage. the kitchen of
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a full acre home site Charter membership pool setIn a huge screened patio off21 anals
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MLS#352259 $139,000
Spacious 3/2/3 home on a corner lot w/living
nem.dininglaroom 8< family rom i
"permanent no back yard neighbors",
sidewalks, street lights In a friendly
neighborhood

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MLS#351837 $121
Super value on the Meadows Golf Co
surrounded by other lovely homes Grea

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559,000.MLS #346203 $175,000


MLS#352161 $119
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peaceful location near shopping Bear
kitchen with pull-outs In wood cabil
Master Bath has dual sinks, separate
and shower plus walk-in closet

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back porch 2BR, 2BA 1CG Needs s
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7080 DUVAL ISLAND DR., FLORAL CITY 1432 SEATTLE SI EW, INVERNESS
Incredible Vistas -open waterfront on Lake IPositioned to enjoy the stunning sunsets and
Tsala Apopka, beautiful landscaped yard with Icatch the breezes this 3/2.5/2 home in the
waterfall and pond, a dock for your boat to go prestigious gated community of Belmont Hills
fishing -this 3/2/1 pool home on 0.5 acre comes with upgrades like hardwood floors,
offers the lifestyle and privacy you deserve.It gourmet kitchen and an impressive porch for
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CRYSTAL RIVER, FL 34429 -iL
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85 DOUGLAS STREET
* 3/2/2 Deep estate lot
*Lg pool & lanai Family room
* Fireplace Wet bar '
#349517 $158,000


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JUST NORTH OF CRYSTAL RIVER 24 x
44 1983 DBL WIDE M/H on 1 77 acres of
land. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 10 x 16 workshop,
paved roads, breakfast bar, cathedral ceilings.
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HOMOSASSA fleetwood D/W M/H w/3
HOMOSASSA 1980 D/W M/H w/3 bedrooms, 2 baths, on 1 acre of land. Has a
bedrooms, 2 baths, split floor plan, 2 car great 1400 sq ft workshop w/ alc, bath, 2-
carport, screen porch, workshop, shed, ceiling ..1:...1. : .:. .... I .:..less work
fans, formal dining and eat in kitchen w/ .. i. I I I i. ... I. ... I >work on
breakfast bar. Immaculate. #344627 1.1. ; i.II.whichto brag about.
$64Q00 U1!l-s ps::II...


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properties. Thsm his yer
special skill
rs- has helped him
Close more
=-than $6 million
__in sales vol-

Wayne This has kept
Hemmerich him in the top
REMAX one percent of
Realty One. Realtors in this
market.
Realtor Wayne Hemmerich
recently passed $4 million in


closed sales volume, which
puts him among the very best
in our community. He has been
selling real estate in Citrus
County for nearly 20 years, and
specializes in waterfront homes
and residential real estate in the
Crystal River area.
The associates and staff of
RE/MAX Realty One congratu-
late these fine real estate
professionals.

See DIGEST/Page E11


Dawn
Wright
REMAX
Realty One.


Alan
Ivory
REMAX
Realty One.


pleased to recognize Dawn
Wright, who recently exceeded
$3 million in closed sales vol-
ume. This is a personal best for
her and extremely impressive
considering the current state of
the economy. She is an agent
in the Crystal River office of
REIA a ocate sn Us. i2

niche in today's real estate mar-
ket. He is an expert in foreclo-
sures and bank-owned


LECANTO private pe. r..1 n:.. .. n "1 LECANTO "shortsale" 3 bedroom, 2bath, D/
acrelot,3bedroom,2 ..I. lit ..I. I..1 W M/H on half acre corner lot country
ceilings, Ig front porch, enclosed rear porch, 3 kitchen, well & septic, cathedral ceilings w/
workshops/sheds, inside laundry, fenced ceiling fans Inside laundry, large pantry, neat


IYes at vv nvin van intI Hnex wi i ourms,
1 1..1 .. 1, 1 : i il "as is"
1...; 11 I I I .. .. . special.
Center of county, close to shopping. #349473
$36,000




HOMOSASSA WILDLIFE ENTHUSIAST'S
DREAM, 160 acres in wildhlfe management area,

....I.I. I.., . 11 panels, generator & battenes
for electnc well &septhc #343610 $750,000


Real Estate DIGEST


Phillips and Casper
hit high note
Prudential Florida Show-
case Properties is proud to an-
nounce that the Citrus Hills
Home Team has now closed
more than $3.5 million of their
listings this year, just in the Vil-
lages of Citrus Hills neighbor-
hoods. When the sales of other
Citrus Hills listings are included,
they have reached a total de-
velopment volume of more than
$5 million this year. Mark
Casper and Phil Phillips will
be elite members of the multi-
million dollar club for a second
consecutive year.

RE/MAX agents
continue to deliver
The associates and staff of
RE/MAX Realty One are very


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12 LEMINGTON COURT 85 PINE STREET
* 4/2/2 Built in 2006 3/2/2 SS appliances
* Family room Cath. ceilings New counters Enclosed lanai
* Granite counters Gourmet kitchen Garage wlbump-out Hot tub
#347493 $184,900 #351128 $125,000


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,NOrm IP~107 PINE STREET
Ovril KEL~LER 2/2/2 Sports pool
. Oerlo fieldMS Newer appliances Granite
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S(352) 586-8620 oooev e.,,,l #351230 $114,900







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A week to recognize farmers


his Thanksgiving, as we reunite to a tremendous partnership of farm-
Our collective blessings, let's truckers, shippers, advertisers, whole-
also extend our thanks to sales and retailers. In ap-
the bounty we have come to a ~~- preciation of this farm-city


and marketing chain. Farmers and
ranchers are just the beginning of that
chain. Farm workers, researchers,
processors, shippers, truck drivers, in-
spectors, wholesalers, agribusinesses,
marketers, advertisers,
ou retailers and consumers
you all play important roles
that in the incredible pro-
ductivity that has made
1 in 20 our nation's food and
fiber system the envy of
Sin our the world.
1Y playThis week, as we cele-
y paybrate Thanksgiving,1let's
in the remember the vital
farm-city partnerships
Id fiber that have been estab-
.lished to improve the
etmng qultoforlvs
in? Rural and urban com-
munities working to-
gether have made the
most of our rich agricultural re-
sources, and have made significant
contributions to our health and well-
being and to the strength of our com-
munity's economy. During Farm-City
Week, Nov. 18 to 24, take a moment to
thank someone who played a


enjoy not just on this holi-
day, but every day.
Agriculture in Citrus 4
County is an important
component of the cultural ,
and economic environment
of our community, and its
continued vitality is benefi-
cial for all residents. The Joan Br
agricultural community in FLOF
Citrus County is comprised FRIEI
of fruit and berry produc-
ers,vegetable crop growers, LIV
nursery operators, the
seafood industry, green industry, dairy
producers, cattlemen and livestock
farmers, and timber growers.
You may not have given it much
thought, but the safe, plentiful food
that is available to us, and the prod-
ucts used to produce the clothing,
housing, medicines, fuel and other
products we use on a daily basis, did-
n't just appear in our local stores.
Amazingly, the average grocery store
stocks more than 30,000 different
items. They are available to us thanks


partnership,
the President
of the United
States annu-
ally proclaims
the week
leading up to
and including
Thanksgiving
Day as Na-
tional Farm-
City Week.
Did you
know that


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RIDA-
NDLY
ING


nearly 1 in 20 workers in
our economy play a role
in the food and fiber
marketing chain? A well-
coordinated network of


farmers,


ranchers, processors, truckers and re-
tailers is dedicated to making sure we
have this abundant, safe food supply.
Rural and urban businesses are "Part-
ners in Progress," growing the prod-
ucts, processing the products for end
use, and making them readily avail-
able through an efficient production


See Page E8


stopped in late one afternoon
at an estate sale a few weeks
ago. Friends have told us that most of
the good stuff is sold early
in the morning at estate
sales, so we figured we ar-
rived too late. Most of the
stuff was sold and the
house looked pretty empty.
The salesperson was using
this table in the attached
photo as a sort of desk. I
asked if it was for sale and
she said it had not been John S
priced because she was SlKOR
using it. My husband of- ATI
fered her $25 for it and to
my surprise, she said yes. I
think the price was a bargain. What
do you think and what can you tell me
about the age and where it might
have been made? D.M, Internet
Dear D.M.: Well, that was your
lucky day. It is true most people ar-
rive really early at an estate sale in
order to get first choice of the good-
ies by late afternoon, most things
are sold.


The piece you bought is a one-
drawer worktable. It was made in
America circa 1860-80 and likely in
Ohio. The price you paid was at the
bargain level, well done!
Tables like these typically
sell in the $100 to $200
range.
i~E 3;Dear John: My husband
and I bought these chairs
at a yard sale in 1972. They
have been refinished and
reupholstered. They are
fragile and are not suit-
ikorski able to use. We would ap-
ISKl'S preciate an appraisal of
TIC the value of the chairs. -
T W, Internet
Dear TW~: Your Renais-
sance Revival chairs were made in
America circa 1870-80, possibly in
Grand Rapids, Michigan or Chicago.
The burl walnut veneer and the
carved dolphins on the chair shoul-
ders make them very attractive. Sets
consisting of sofa, two armchairs,
and four side chairs were typically
found in the parlor. The one arm-
chair and three side chairs you have


would currently sell below $1,000 for
the four pieces.
Dear John: My mother gave me
this cabinet in the photograph I have
enclosed. It is about seven feet tall
and forty inches wide. I do not know .
how old it is or the value. We have no I 1~
use for it and wonder what it might :
sell for should I decide to get rid of it.
Thank you for your help in this mat-
ter. --AC., Crystal River
Dear AC.: The cabinet was likely
made within the last 50 to 60 years.
The overall style is taken from the
18th century. The quality looks to be
pretty good. I think if you get some-
where in the $250 to $500 range you
will be doing well.
Dear John: I have contacted two
antique shops in the Gainesville
area and both have referred me to ,~
you. Several years ago, I purchased a I
mirror from an antique store. The
mirror itself is turning black in
places, but it is in an ornate wooden 1
frame that includes a couple of
places for a man to hang a hat. Special to the Chronicle
This worktable was likely made in Ohio, circa 1860-80. Tables
See Page E8 such as this one typically sell in the $100 to $200 range.


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KvIM COOK
For The Associated Press

There's nothing quite like a winter
walk through snowy woods. This holi-
day season, trend watchers are en-
couraging us to bring some of those
evocative, forest-y elements home to
decorate our outdoor and indoor
spaces.
It's a look that's soothing and sea-
sonal, and easy to attain without
spending tons of money.
Simple and natural are where it's at
this year; spike if you wish with a bit of
bling or a festive bow. You can buy or
scrounge your greenery locally, and
add a few found or inexpensive
elements.
Even a traditional cedar, pine or
See Page E8


Associated Press
This 2010 file photo shows a snow cov-
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decorate outdoor and indoor spaces.


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the season
came frtfotocm on the
early morning hours
on Saturday, Nov. 12,
in the tri-county area
of northern central ,
Florida. Tempera-
tures had been pro-
gressively cooler
since October, so es- Jane T
tablished plants had
hardened off natu- JAN
rally. Pine needle GARI
mulch protected ~
perennials, bulbs and annuals in
garden beds at my new place in
Marion County. There was no
need to cover plants with spun
white frost blanket fabric. Trays
with 4 inch pots of little annual
seedlings nestle sheltered from
frost beneath shrubby, taller
plants near the new house.
Most gardeners like to have
butterflies flitting among the
flowers. Less than 200 butterfly
species breed and sustain viable
populations in Florida. The back
160 feet of my lot is undisturbed
sandhill ecosystem. About 35 but-
terfly species naturally occur in
any one habitat. Adding extra
host plants and a progressive se-
ries of flowering nectar plants
among the natural vegetation



DCODER
Continued from Page E8

boxwood wreath can be given a
contemporary tweak if you dis-
pense with the usual embellish-
ments. There's something
elegant about a spare, un-
adorned circle of green. Add a
few small apples, oranges, pome-
granates or pepperberries for a
natural color touch. Wrap or
bow-tie the wreath with burlap
for a rustic vibe, or use velvet
ribbon in an unexpected hue
like persimmon, purple or
mustard.
Wreaths made completely out
of cushion moss look striking, as
do those made of bay, sage or
magnolia leaves. Freeze-dried
fruit or flowers can look beauti-
ful for years; just keep wreaths
made of these delicate materials
out of direct weather.
Richard Waite, author of the


lures a wider variety
of butterflies. Plants
suitable to the habitat
will thrive in natural
conditions after estab-
lishment. They will
need no supplemental
irrigation, fertilizers
or pesticides and little
maintenance.
Weber Each butterfly lays
eggs on particular
E'S host plants. Passion-
DEN flower vines attract
SZebra Longwings and
Gulf and Variegated Fritillary
butterflies to lay eggs. Their
caterpillars can eat only this
plant. Deciduous Pawpaws, As-
simina, are necessary for Zebra
Swallowtails. Turkey Oak trees
are host to four butterfly cater-
pillar species. Live Oaks are
eaten by different caterpillars.
Pines host others. Sabal palms
and Saw Palmettos cater to sev-
eral different Skipper butter-
flies. I planted dozens of hardy
native host plants for caterpil-
lars, including scrub palmettos,
Sabal etonia; Silver Saw palmet-
tos, Serenoa repens; two yucca
species; Winged Elm, Ulmus
alata; Redbud, Cersis Canaden-
sis; and Fakahatchee Grass,
Tripsacum species.

new "Decorating with Ever-
greens" (Gibbs-Smith, 2011),
twins wreaths on double doors,
or stacks them on single doors.
He also fits a smaller, store-
bought wreath inside a larger
evergreen one.
Glam up the greenery with
metallic ribbon copper and
pewter are on trend. Add some
flair for free by entwining an old
necklace through the boughs, or
affixing an old brooch.
Wreaths don't have to be
round. Find square and star
forms at nurseries and craft
stores, or use old picture frames.
Take apart a supermarket bun-
dle of evergreens, and get cre-
ative with jute, hemp, wire or a
glue gun.
Collect lichen-covered twigs,
lashing them together in a geo-
metric shape. Dress with dried
hydrangea or roses, tiny
pinecones or white lights.
Sunset magazine's website of-
fers instructions for creating a


Three exotic Senna shrubs
flank a sandy trail leading back
to a cookout fire pit. Several Sul-
phur butterlies lay eggs on this
host. The large, showy clusters of
bright yellow, pea-like flowers
from November to December at-
tract many butterflies to nectar.
Nearby, the deciduous Her-
cules Club or toothache tree,
Xanthoxylum clava-herculis,
had shed almost all its leaves.
This seedling is the only member
of the citrus family in the newly
developing neighborhood. Clus-
tered on the remaining leaves
were 10 plump, brown and white
citrus dog caterpillars about 1.5
inches long. They were days
from pupation, when they would
need no food and survive inside
their chrysalis over winter: With
no other host plant withinecrawl-
ing range, they would starve to
death if not eaten by birds.
I pulled off the remaining
compound leaves with caterpil-
lars still attached and placed
them in a tall-handled wicker
basket lined with a paper plate
to catch the frass droppings.
They protested by exposing their
crimson, horn-like osmeteriums,
about a quarter-inch long. The
basket went into a large clear
plastic bag, tied to prevent es-

fragrant snowflake using fir
boughs and floral wire.
Swags are easy; ramp up the
glamour by tying a handful of
boughs together with wire and
adding creamy ribbon, clusters
ofglitter-dusted cones or stars.
And garlands add a pretty
frame to doors and a lush, fin-
ished look to porch rails and
fences. Fragrant cedar and long
need led pine are attractively
shaggy; boxwood and short-nee-
dled evergreens work well for a
formal front entrance. Mini
lights look great in either, as do
simple silver, ruby or sapphire
ornaments; keep the frippery
like ribbons and bows to a mini-
mum for a clean, contemporary
look.
Don't forget the backyard.
Place a wreath or garland on
patio fences and enclosures, and
fill empty planters with greens,
unbreakable ornaments, a tangle
of lights or all three.
Continue the nature vibe in-


cape. Failing to locate another
gardener with citrus to adopt the
caterpillars, I transported them
to my Citrus County nursery
farm on Saturday morning.
Coaxed onto thick orange tree
leaves, they refused to eat and
perched defiantly atop the bas-
ket handle. Far down in the
plant rows I gathered enough
Hercules Club leaves to feed the
caterpillars.
Starting in January, the Bev-
erly Hills Butterfly Club meets at
2:30 p.m. the second Sunday of
the month at the Community
Building at the top of Civic Cir-
cle in Beverly Hills. Color photos
of all Florida caterpillars and
their host plants are in Marc
Minno's field guide Florida But-
terfly Caterpillars and theirHost
Plants available at libraries.
Marc will be the club's guest
speaker in April. Contact Chris-
tine Small, president, at (352)
527-8629.


Jane Weber is a professional
gardener and nursery owner
She welcomes weekend visitors
to her Florida 1%~iendly Yard
and Wildlife Habitat at 5019 W
Stargazer Lane, Dunnellon. Call
(352) 465-0649.

doors by keeping the palette
muted white, cream, mocha -
and go for texture to create
interest.
West Elm has a wreath stud-
ded with white felt balls that
look like snowballs. It's available
in green or red, too, but the white
makes an especially striking
statement. The retailer also of-
fers an ethereal feather wreath
in white or a gentle dove brown.
Pair with copper mercury glass
or bisque candle holders, some
polished pebbles or a twist of
shell pink ribbon and you've got
an elegant holiday mantelpiece.
Whether you're going with a
bundle of bare branches in a
pretty pot or a full-size ever-
green as your holiday tree, think
about decorating it with simple
snowflakes made of different
materials, such as laser-cut wood
or felt. Choose winsome bottle-
brush natural fiber ornaments,
in animal shapes like foxes,
bears, owls and raccoons.


USe plants to attract butterflies


FARMS



part in getting the food you enjoy from
the farm to your table.For more infor-
mation on agriculture in Citrus
County, contact UF/IFAS Citrus
County Extension at (352) 527-5700.
Citrus County Extension links the
public with the University of
Florida/IFAS' knowledge, research
and resources to address youth, fam-
ily, community and agricultural needs.
All programs and related activities
sponsored for, or assisted by, the Insti-
tute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
are open to all persons without dis-
crimination with respect to race,
creed, color, religion, age, disability,
sex, sexual orientation, marital status,
national origin, political opinions or
affiliations, genetic information and
veteran status as protected under the
Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment
Assistance Act.


Dr Joan Bradshawis director of
UF/IFAS Citrus County Extension.




Continued from Page E6

My husband is insisting that I replace
the mirror before I hang it in a promi-
nent spot by the front door of our
home.
I have no idea if this is worth any-
thing at all. I only bought it because it
is somewhat striking. But my question
for you is would I decrease the poten-
tial value if I replace the mirror?-
PW,~ Internet
Dear PW: Some people can accept a
little bit of deterioration in antique
mirrors, some even think it gives it a
look of age. Most people like your hus-
band prefer things to be in correct con-
dition. So if the hat rack were for sale
in an antique store, the mirror spots
would be a deterrent to salability. In my
opinion, it will not hurt potential dol-
lar value to have the mirror replaced.


John Sikorski bas been a
professional in the antiques
business for 30 years. He hosts a
call-in radio show; Sikorski's Attic,
on WJUF (90.1 FM)Saturdays from
noon to 1 p~m. Send questions
to Sikorski'sAttic, c/o
The Citrus county Chronicle,
1624 N. Meadowerest Blvd.,
Crystal Rivet; FL 34429 or
asksikorski~aol.com.









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Crystal River
lovely 1/1 near water &
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incl electric, walter
trash 352- 220-0480

2HbERNAND on
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deck, $475. both clean
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HOMnOSASSA 1/1
furn~cable & utilities inc
No pet $255wk 280.

HOMOSASSA 2/1
I AC fend, shed, deck
$525.mo/dp.628-5244
HOMOSASSA
2/1 MH furn., priv. ranch
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considered. Section 8
accepted.
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$44,500
(352) 270-8310

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hkws hroofof r,Cl1
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Remodeled hardwd &
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MUST SELL!!
$20K OBO
352-586-2976



Sugarmill Woods
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ft. on over I acre.
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T irse 2 mi. from Publix,
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down $399.00/mo.
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352-613-0587


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bedroom. 2 bath.
$12,500 for mobile home
nvsery good condition,
roof oe a pdiances in-

all-season lanai, 3 stor-
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outside, large carport and
co eru dt Bans furn tre

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Beautiful $775 Maint
Free(352) 613-5655
2HOMOk Ao/
mo.(352) 503-2188 or
(813)-731-3921

2/1 tO~mMO450 yerinks
Realty 352-628-1616
HOMOSASSA
New 1/1, H20/garb.
incl.d, non-smoker.
$425 Fst/Sec. pets ?
2/1 $500 (352) 7%5-0207

W/D Hook up, patio,
ne wa r fnt anun$525
(352) 422-3217
INVERNESS 2/2/1
Llke New no smok/pets
$700/mo. 1st, last & sec.
352-341E-3562N/400-0743


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Furni he pom. obae with
1,365 sf, fl room with hot
tub and a 2 car gar
Sot dr /ogtrmla
boat launch. $1,000 mo
352-454-7169


BEVERLY HILLS
1BD.Flrm. + bonus rm
C/H/A, W/D
$1100. Moves U-N
(352) 422-7794










































































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11 AM Saturday, December 3rd

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2/1, CHA, W/D, tile firs.,
Super Clean, $525. mo.
+ Sec. (352) 817-5017
(352) 489-2266
BEVERLY HILLS
2/1, Fl. Rm., CHA, $525.
mo. + Sec. 87 Regina
Blvd. (352) 422-0139
BEVERLY HILLS
2/1 /1 fl Are led


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$550. mo 352-795-9060 p

BEVERLY HILLS
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850 o352-249-3228
BEVERLY HILLS

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$550 mo. 352-422-2798
BEVERLY HILLS
26 N. Melbourne 2/2
clean, new paint, bath
& windowsC/H/A,
power runs $150 +
Come Stay Warm this
Winter(352) 746-1300
BEVERLY HILLS
Lg 2/2/l+FR, New Paint,
Carpet, $650; 795-1722
CITRUS HILLS
3/2/2 Pool $1,050 mo.
352-637-1 173
CITRUS SPRINGS
3/1 Nice Neighborhood
$675mo 352-895-2598
CITRUS SPRINGS
3/2/2 $850+ deposit
CITRUS SPRINGS
3/2+den, shed, all appl's
$700.mo (954) 557-6211
CITRUS SPRINGS
4/2 enclosed porch,
3anr room nc


$0(352) 4812-1414
CITRUS SPRINGS


Mint 2/2/1, W/D, Scrn
rm. appl s, quite, $700
Ist/Ist/sec. 746-2957


CITRUS SPRINGS
Never 3/2/2, Ig. mast.
sute. $800 mo. 3/2/1
$695 352-697-3las
CRYSTAL RIVER
2/2/1 + Family Room
$675 + dep 464-2716
CRYSTAL RIVER
2/2/2, $750. mo +sec.
850-371-1568

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Beautiful 3/2/2V/2 W/
frplace on gorgeous
wooded acre $925/mo
(941) 928-4235
HERNANDO
Lg. 2/1 block, on water
Apachee Shores
w/Mother N- Law Suite
Estate Sale! Must Sell!
$90K (229) 246-8008
INGL S 3/2/2
Deed Restricted,
Split/open plan,
remodeled & Lease
Option 352-697-1085
Inv.Highlands
3/2/Carport, $725.
5942 Aloha St
INVERNESS
2/1 Caged Pool Fl. Rm.
1 mi. from Wal -Mart
$850 (352) 344-141 1

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$700. 352-7N2 7692
3/2/1 (2K sf.) quiet, priv
near trail, boat ramp
new carpet. off Eden
dr. Won t last $795./m
727- 744-5173


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(352) 895-074 cell
Large 2/2/1 fenced
yard, 1 st security $700
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SUGARMILL WOODS
2/2/1 Villa $595
Riverlinks Rlty
(352) 628-1616


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3/1.5, Floating Dock
/deep water/Gulf Ac-
cess, upscale ,osk ,re

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depending on terms
352-795-0102
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3/2/2 Unfurn. fenc d.
dock, appl s $1,200 mo.
Avail. now, 586-7128

HERNANDO
Affordable Rentals
Wafson's Fish Camp
(352) 726-2225

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dep. 321-432-2410




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14 New Florida.
2br/2b~aW2ar. New Roof &

$68,500. 527-1239




Lt Fo 2Sale Pie Rid~ge
2.78 ac, horse trail on
back side, wooded, for
sale by owner. Google it!
$59,900. Won t last long.
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478.957.0211





house dt ohmted poI
& fireplace on I acre
Iot in Citrus Hills. In ex-
cellent cond., Owner
finance with D/P +
Excellent credit. Call

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ARBOR LAKES
55+ Comm. 3/2/2 +
Lgmer lose aoc porch,
U grades $179,900
p(352)726-7952

cr runit 3/2 Slit
Flr plan Lots of ceramic,
Fl. Rm. great patio &
landscaping $129,900
3757 Arbor Lakes Dr.
352-344-3700


3/2/2, I.G. &C.C.
3k sf. new kit. Ig closets,
CHA, firepl. on golf
course $139K make of-
fer, norealtors 726-0652
For Sale 3/3/2 Home,
2,000 sq.ft. 518
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Pd. $40K Asking $20K
Selling Due to Injury
Call for Details
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boat s is ne~arK ns
Offers 352-563-9857

GOSPEL ISLAND
Lakefront Home
3/2/2.scr porch

$12r5K a 2t er


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5 acres high & dry
off Cardinal on
Georgeina $32,500.
obo
813-426-6078
LAND 1.5 acres fenced
partially cleared, on 480
in Homosassa across
from firehouse. water
and s wr are avi.$25K





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Located in Gulf Ham-
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Are. 2$176 000 BO
(352) 634-4745




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2 1/2 acres + bring
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DBL. LOT on canal
fenced $15K
352-613-4673


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TROPIC S S


FOR SALE BY
OWNER
Dunnellon Area, 2 story
4B 3BA above g du d
financing avail $100
closing cost.Low Down
Call Dan 800-285-4414


Lisa VanDeboe
Broker (R) Owner
Plantation Realty
352-634-0129

Homosassa
Awesome location! Quick
access to gulf, deep
canal minutes to springs,
2/2 hted pool/ spa
$154,500 (863) 698-0020






CABIN ON 40 ACRES
of Prime Hunting Land
Located in Gulf Ham-
mock Management.
Area. $165,000 OBO
(352) 795-2027
(352) 634-4745


Buying or Selling

Let ME Work Fr Yu!

BETTY HUNT,
REALTOR
ERA KEY 1 Realty, Inc.
352 586-0139
hunt4houses68
@yahoo.com
www.bettyhunts
homes.com.





"I'VE MOVED!"

Sellers Homes
are Selling!

CALL ME!


a


Richard (Rick)
Couch, Broker
Couch Realty &
Investments, Inc.
(352) 344-8018
RCOUCH.com


Deborah Infantine

ERA AMERICAN
REALTY
352-302-8046


INGLIS 3/2/2
Deed Restricted, Split/
open plan, Newly re-
modeled & new roof
$114,500. Lease Opt.
352-697-1085


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HOMES MOBILES APARTMENTs
FEATURED PROPERTIES

LECANTO
2330 Silver Hill 2/1 Apartment, first floor.....$525
Spacious rooms, large screened lanai, includes DW. W&D
HOMOSASSA
6747 Oak Park Ln. 2/2/2 duplex in SMW near Publix..$700
Sparklingeclean, open floor plan. 925 sq. ft.
4800 Woodway 3/2/2 House.... ....__ ......$850
Fully furnished or unfurnished in Riverhaven. 1.500 sq. ft.
CITRUS SPRINGS
10023 N. Athenia Dr. 3/2/2.................$1200
Spacious home on golf course, must see! 2.260 sq. ft.











1 '911ways There For You"
WFY~~Y GAIL COOPER
r Munilti-Mllion Dollar Realtor
ER. F Cell: (352) 634-4346 t/
OFFICE : (352) 382-1700x309
E-mail me: homes4u3@mindspring.com


REALTY G GROUP


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Detached Villal3Bdl2Bathl2Car/Pool/Woodview Villas
Spectacular Home in Terra Mista. This lot is absolutely huge and
beautiful. Home is filled with upgrades and designed to appeal to
e en thpe oom ascnmwniatinhe duer. Yuo wla lve the fabulous
1281 sale,ooo


Jim MOI'8H
Cell 352-238-4466


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Ai merican Really

.(352) 726-5855


Angelo and Peggy Price were among the
top 100 agents in pending contracts.
Sherry Potts, Nancy Little Lewis, Charlene
Angelo, Peggy Price and Michael Stokley
were among the top 100 agents in closed
sides.
Michael Stokley and Nancy Little Lewis
were among the top 100 agents in closed
sides buyer's side.


I_
NEWER, BIGGER, BETTER
In Tarawood a 55+ community, this 2 bedroom, with
additional den or office, 2 bath, 2 car garage with a
screened/tiled front entry with French doors. Kitchen
has granite countertops and ceramic tile floor. Relax In
your great room or the screened all weather tiled lanal.
Master suite has walk In closet and dual sinks. Indoor
laundry room. Set up for a generator. The community
has a clubhouse with pool, billiard room, exercise room
and more. MLS#349724.$82,500.


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2011 E11


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


Sherry
Potts
EXIT Realty
Leaders.


Bernadette Lili Nancy
Poorman Garcia Little Lewis
EXIT Realty EXIT Realty EXIT Realty
Leaders. Leaders. Leaders.


Peggy
Price
EXIT Realty
Leaders.


Pamela
Shemet
EXIT Realty
Leaders.


RARE 3RD STORY END UNIT!
S22 condo ov rlook~s49th green
* New neutral carpeting
* Screen door provides light/ventilation
* Community pool small clubhouse
* Home warranty for the buyers
#349520 $89,900


Sherry Potts and
Nancy Little Lewis were
among the top 50
agents in closed sides
- seller's side. Nancy
Little Lewis, Sherry
Potts, Pamela Shemet
and John Maisel were
among the top 100 Patricia
agents in sales volume. Antonetti
Nancy Little Lewis and EXIT Realty
Sherry Potts were Leaders.
among the top 50
agents in sales volume seller's side.


Sherry Potts, Nancy Little Lewis, John
Maisel and Pamela Shemet were among
the top 50 agents in gross commission.
Pamela Shemet was among the top 50
agents in gross commission buyer's
side, and John Maisel, Nancy Little LewiS
and Sherry Potts were among the top 50
agents in gross commission seller's
side.
Any of these agents can be reached at
the Beverly Hills office of EXIT Realty
Leaders at (352) 527-1112 or at the Crystal
River office at (352) 794-0888, or online at
www exitrealItyl ead ers.com.


CLOSE TO SOUTHERN WOODS GOLF!
i Cstm me33s het-h optool home
* Granite kitchen walk-in pantry
* Unique stucco arched pool framing
* Huge l6x25 family/"man cave" room
. Well for yard electronic air filter
#351520 $257,000


EXIT Realty Leaders
would like congratulate
the following agents in
November.
Nancy Little Lewis,
Patricia Antonetti,
John Maisel,
Bernadette Poorman

ande Lli Garcia w res

taken.
Sherry Potts, Nancy
Little Lewis, Charlene


~':..... 1
5452 N. Princewood Pine Ridge Estates $179,999
Fabulous 3BRs, 2 full BAs, 3 1. .. .. I ...II ... .~~ **IBlue Stone Construction Company" This home is
nestled on a 1 acre parcel I I ... I .... .... I I, I ...I Ihomes, fully landscaped, private well for irrigation,
concrete drive entering the 3 car gar Once inside you will see the arched entry ways and spacious rooms, also
offers a large liv & din, rm., eat in kit. nook, breakf, i 1 n~r ~ ,,,i,, 1,,, n 1.,.1 I each room
has their own climate controlled fans lights etc. Inunl..n-ll r=II 1.. I'm.I 1:dI. I~ald 1o right on
Priso, to right on Sandalwood, to right on Princewood, to home on left.
DOUGLAS LINDSEY '- A H'""'"
REALTOR" E RA~ 4511 N. LECANTO HWY
BEVERLY HILLS, FL 34465
DIRECT: 352-212-7056 D009VZG (352) 746-3600 EXT:355


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Detached Villal3Bdl2Bathl2CarlHillside Villas
Exceptionally lovely home on the Skyview Golf course. Very well
maintained with a large open floor plan. Features include dual
phae wn dowlsan appliances and much more. Great view from
1278 $219,000


Single Familyl3Bdl2Bathl2Car/Woodside
Like new! Elegant home in Terra Vista. Gourmet kitchen with
expanded island, granite countertops, high end appliances and
beautifully built custom cabinetry This home has it all including a
gas fireplace.
1236 $299,900


Detached Villal2Bdl2Bathl2car~lakeview Villas
Terra Mista Maintenance Free Villa with 2 bedrooms plus a den.
Nice open Roor plan situated on a high elevated lot with a nice
private back yard and view. Great curb appeal with lush
landscaping.
1262 $199,900


Detached Villal2 Bd+Denl2Bathl2CarNodi Vla
This lovely 2 Bedroom + Den home features an extended lanai Townhomel3Bd-2.5Bath-1 CarlBrentwood Townh
with an in ground spa. Open floor plan with tile and carpet. Lovely Town~home in Breniwood. End Unit, Spat
Located on a cul-de-sac street in Terra Mista. Social Club w/ Breakfast Bar, Upgraded Lighting fixtures, tile in
Membership and lawn service included. $100 o al Club Membership and lawn~ service included.


ome
cious Kitchen
all wet areas.
$1000


Terra Vista Realty Group, LLC
2400 North Terra Vista Blvd., Hernando, Florida 34442
(352) 746-6121 (800) 323-7703


Office in the
Terra Vista
Welcome Center


Charlene
Angelo
EXIT Realty
Leaders.


G DI EST



EXIT Realty salutes
agent achievementS


.


Ma snel
EXIT Realty
Leaders.


























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Cal Charle~s He~ll; 352 422 2387


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Carll Marthba Sn; dler 352 476 8727
arsk lor ble =35/691


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OPEN WATERFRONT
CUSTOM BUILT HOME


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MljI~' II ASKING $354,900
Patr Davies 352 2/2 7280
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Patr Da ies 3522/2 7280
Vens listng. rstrter c21paldarris. com


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Hernando, FL 34442 OPEN WATER
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PRICED TO SELL $85,000
MANE OFFER!
SCaH Ouadle Feeser JS2 JO2 7699


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VIEWFINDER


CITRUS COUvNT (FL) CHRONICLE


By Jacqueline Cutler
O Zap2it

Music awards shows can
blend together, given that
there are so many. What sepa-
rates the 2011 American
Music Awards, airing Sunday,
Nov. 20, on ABC, from the oth-
ers is that they were created
for TV, and fans choose the
winners.
Dick Clark has always been
the force behind the AMAs,
which rely on what people


want to listen to rather than
having the industry set the
agenda. For the titth year,
fans have voted online, and
they gave the most nomina-
tions, in four categories, to
Adele.
The 39th annual show, air-
ing from Nokia Theatre L.A.
Live, features Nicki Minaj
opening and Katy Perry clos-
ing. Mary J. Blige, Jennifer
Lopez and Kelly Clarkson are
among the other performers


scheduled. The only caveat is
that it's a live show, and the
roster had changed in the
weeks leading up to it.
When the AMAs started,
Larry Klein, the musician and
producer, was a gofer.
"There were Xerox ma-
chines, and I was collating
scripts one page at timee" he
says. "I was getting people
cigarettes and sodas. I deliv-
ered scripts all over the city
and had no idea of what L.A.
was like and no idea of how to
get around."
Today, Klein runs the show.
Unlike so many awards
shows, this one has no host.
It's kept moving "by the en-
ergy of the music and the en-
ergy in the room," Klein says.
He brings artists together
and figures out pairings, such
as the Sarah McLachlan and
Pink duet of "Angel" at the
2008 awards.
Among this year's duets to
look for is Pitbull and Mare
Anthony singing "Rain Over
Me."
Pitbull, who is up for fa-
vorite male artist in the
pop/rock and Latin music at-
egories, takes a break from
recording -in the closet of a
friend's house.
"The recording can be done
anywhere," he says.


With his songs charting in
Europe, Asia and Australia,
and already a megastar in
Spanish-speaking countries,
Pitbull vows to just continue
to work harder. During a 20-
minute interview, he fre-
quently talks about learning
-learning from other artists,
learning how they handle the
business end and just broad-
ening his business, which now
includes low-calorie vodka.
Pitbull collaborates often
and explains, "What you get
out of that is you tap into their
audience and vice versa. I
think of it more as a univer-
sity, and each collaboration is
a class. You learn so much
from each artist. I learn the
way to record, and something
about the business."
When he considers the
AMAs, what he's most excited
about is "to be around such
walking empires and song
brands.
"What I love at the awards
show is to just sit there and
observe and study every-
body," he says. "You can tell
who has longevity in the busi-
ness as to how they handle
their team."
Like most of those inter-
viewed, Adam Levine of Ma-
roon 5 is excited about whom
he may meet at the awards.


"It happens all so ran-
domly, and everyone under
the sun will be there," Levine
says. If he had the chance to
meet anyone, "Paul McCart-
ney would blow my mind," he
says.
Maroon 5 will sing "Moves
Like .L....-1 with Christina
Aguilera.
"It is hard singing on a
stage with her because she is
so good," Levine says. "I will
have to flail my arms around
and run around like a ma-
niac."
Though it's a huge audi-
ence filled with music's top
talent, Levine has played in
front of 1 million people, and
one of his first concerts was at
producer Clive Davis' in front
of Jay-Z, Missy Elliott and
Smokey Robinson, so he does-
n't give in to jitters.
"A huge crowd of people is
a huge crowd of people," he
says. "You know when you are
in a club or when you are in
an arena it makes no differ-
ence. It's like seeing a bear -
you act like you are taller
than the bear. That's what
performing is."
Justin Bieber, up for fa-
vorite male artist in the
pop/rock category, also does-
n't get stage fright.
"I just feel like I have been


doing this for 37 years, so I
don't get nervous," says
Bieber, who's singing "Mistle-
toe."
He also doesn't get star-
struck. If he could pick any-
one to perform with, it would
be Stevie Wonder.
Ryan Follese, frontman for
Hot Chelle Rae, nominated
for new artist in the pop/rock
category, is completely amped
up about the AMVAs.
"We still are so used to
playing such erap elubs and
expecting nobody to come to
the shows, and when we hear
there is a 400-ticket presale,
it's 'Are you kidding me?' It
hasn't set in," Follese says.
Even for singers such as
Pitbull, who plays to sold-out
arenas all over the world, the
AMAs are a thrill. Pitbull may
not write a full acceptance
speech, but he plans to tap
out notes on his phone, just to
remind himself.
"I always thank the same
people," he says. "Those are
the ones in the infrastructure
and are always with me. It's
not about winning the award.
It's more of the experience
and to be able to be in a room
with so talented and powerful
people, and to be able to ab-
sorb the energy and to apply
it. "


ByJaiyBobbin
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Ever wanted to ask Rachael
Ray her recommendation for
how long to cook a Thanksgiv-
ing turkey?
Or Bobby Flay his recipe for
the perfect gravy or stutling?
Well, here's your chance.
Food Network goes hugely
interactive Sunday, Nov. 20,
with the two-hour special
"Thanksgiving Live." Alton
Brown will host Ray, Flay, Ted
Allen, Sunny Anderson, Anne
Burrell, Melissa d'Arabian and

Rachael Ray and other ,
celebrigr cheth take viewers

"Ia ggvng We" S da
on Fbod Network


Alex Guarnaschelli as viewers
are invited to send holiday
meal questions via Twitter,
Facebook and Skype.
Maximizing the interactive
nature of"Thanksgiving Live,"
questions also will be taken for
the celebrity chefs in advance
at www.facebook.com/foodnet-
work and at
www.twitter.com/foodnetwork
with the hashtag FNThanks-
giving.
"I think it's really exciting,"
Ray says of involving social
mediator such a degree. "We do
that on our show ('Rachael
Ray'). It's really fun to be talk-
ing to your viewers while
you're cooking and in the mo-
ment. I think it's a great con-
cept."


Music and energy keep things moving at the AM/As


Pu ta 'Live' tw> st


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G6 Sunday, November 20, 2011


VIEWFINDER


CITRUS COUvNT (FL) CHRONICLE










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Sunday November 20, 2011 G7


CrrRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


VIEWFINDER


MON DAY
6:00 ED LIFE TODAY WITHJAMES ROBI-
SON James and Betty Robison. 'PG' s
7:00 (9 ADESPIERTA AMERICA! Revista
matutina con noticias, temas de actualidad,
reportajes de farandula y mujsica. (N) (SS)
10:30 a HOY Revista de entretenimiento y
estilo de vida, noticias y artists invitados.
(N) (SS)
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TUESDAY
6:00 ED LIFE TODAY WITHJAMES ROBI-
SON James and Betty Robison. 'PG' a
7:00 a ~ADESPIERTA AMERICA! Revista
matutina con noticias, temas de actualidad,
reportajes de farandula y mujsica. (N) (SS)
10:30 a HOY Revista de entretenimiento y
estilo de vida, noticias y artists invitados.
(N) (SS)
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(N) (In Stereo) '14' a
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6:00 ED LIFE TODAY WITH JAMES ROBI-
SON James and Betty Ro bison. 'PG' o
7:00 (9 ADESPIERTA AMERICA! Revista
matutina con noticias, temas de actualidad,
reportajes de farandula y mujsica. (N) (SS)
9:00 Q 0 CURIOUS GEORGE: A VERY
MONKEY CHRISTMAS The Man With the
Yellow Hat and George are excited about
Christmas. (In Stereo) 'G' o (DVS)
10:00 ED EVERY DAY IS A GIFT Discussion
on local health and community resources.
10:30 a HOY Revista de entretenimiento y
estilo de vida, noticias y artists invitados.
(N) (SS)
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RADE A holiday celebration with bands,
balloons and floats. o


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SON James and Betty Robison. 'PG' s
7:00 a ~ADESPIERTA AMERICA! Revista
matutina con noticias, temas de actualidad,
reportajes de farandula y mujsica. (N) (SS)
10:30 a HOY Revista de entretenimiento y
estilo de vida, noticias y artists invitados.
(N) (SS)
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MONKEY CHRISTMAS The Man With the
Yellow Hat and George are excited about
Christmas. (In Stereo) 'G' o (DVS)
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With the Stars" winner. (N) (In Stereo) '14

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PARADE New York's annual event features
floats and marching bands. (N) (In Stereo
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Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New
York; John Fogerty performs. (N) (In Stereo
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Reality star Roseanne Barr; author Levi
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estilo de vida, noticias y artists invitados.
(N) (SS)
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buys; home decor; financial advice. (In
Stereo) '14' o


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MON DAY
12:00 9 CASOS DE FAMILIAR Conducido
por Judith Grace Gonzalez Hincks. 'PG'
(SS)
2:00 0 WILLIAM AND KATE THE ROYAL
WEDDING History of the couple's romance;
aspects of a royal wedding. (In Stereo) 'PG'


TUESDAY
12:00 9 CASOS DE FAMILIAR Conducido
por Judith Grace Gonzalez Hincks. 'PG'
(SS)
1:00 Q WOODY ALLEN: A DOCUMEN-
TARY: AMERICAN MASTERS Woody
Allen's childhood in Brooklyn, N.Y., creative
process, and his career as director and
writer. (N) (In Stereo) (Part 1 of 2) 'PG' a


WEDNESDAY
12:00 9 CASOS DE FAMILIAR Conducido
por Judith Grace Gonzalez Hincks. 'PG'
(SS)
1:00 Q WOODY ALLEN: A DOCUMEN-
TARY: AMERICAN MASTERS Woody
Allen's childhood in Brooklyn, N.Y., creative
process, and his career as director and
writer. (N) (In Stereo) (Part 2 of 2) 'PG' a
I9 GHOST WHISPERER A ghost targets
girls on a social-networking Web site. (In
Stereo) 'PG, D,L' a
2:00 19 GHOST WHISPERER Melinda en-
counters an angry ghost who haunts a new-
lywed couple. (In Stereo) 'PG, D,L' a
3:00 19 GHOST WHISPERER Melinda in-
vestigates the sudden death of a high-
school athlete. (In Stereo) 'PG' a
4:00 I GHOST WHISPERER Melinda tries
to calm ghosts that are causing chaos. (In
Stereo) 'PG, L,V' o


THURSDAY
12:00 0 0 THE NATIONAL DOG SHOW
The Kennel Club of Philadelphia annual
event. (N) (In Stereo) a
D CASOS DE FAMILIAR Conducido por Ju-
dith Grace Gonzalez Hincks. 'PG' (SS)
1:00 Q HEIRLOOM MEALS' THANKSGIV-
ING Family recipes for the holidays include
cranberry-stuffed acorn squash and Brazil-
ian cheese rolls. (In Stereo) 'G' a
2:00 Q NOVA Scientists believe there may
be more than one universe. (N) (In Stereo)
(Part 4 of 4) 'G' o (DVS)
4:00 (9 CD KALEIDOSCOPE ON ICE Fig-
ure skaters perform inspiring routines that
pay tribute to those fighting cancer. (N) (In
Stereo) a


FRI DAY
12:00 9 CASOS DE FAMILIAR Conducido
por Judith Grace Gonzalez Hincks. 'PG'
(SS)
2:00 Q AMERICA IN PRIMETIME (Series
Finale) Archetypical heroes and antiheroes
bring about justice. (In Stereo) (PA Part 4
of4)'PG'o(DVS)
4:00 19 CRIMINAL MINDS Searching for a
killer who strikes during raucous pre-Hal-
loween celebrations. (In Stereo) '14, L,V' o
5:00 a LINDA ARBUCKLE: FRESH
COLOR ON POTTERY Home, studio and
classroom of Linda Arbuckle, an artist
known for majolica-glazed earthenware. (In
Stereo) 'G' o
I9 CRIMINAL MINDS The team must catch
a pack of serial killers targeting exotic
dancers. (In Stereo) '14, L,S,V' o


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MON DAY
12:00 9 'TIL DEATH Joy thinks Eddie is
keeping secrets and decides to launch an
investigation. (In Stereo) 'PG, D,L' a
1:00 O ~WOODY ALLEN: A DOCUMEN-
TARY: AMERICAN MASTERS Woody
Allen's childhood in Brooklyn, N.Y., creative
process, and his career as director and
writer. (In Stereo) (Part 1 of 2) 'PG' a
1:07 0 'TIL DEATH Joy thinks Eddie is
keeping secrets and decides to launch an
investigation. (In Stereo) 'PG, D,L' a
2:00 9 LA JAULA Sharid Cid; Dacia Ar-
caraz; Maribel Fernandez. '14, D,L' (SS)
2:30 a YOU AND MEWith Richard Dortch.
3:00 Q 0 WOODY ALLEN: A DOCUMEN-
TARY: AMERICAN MASTERS Woody
Allen's childhood in Brooklyn, N.Y., creative
process, and his career as director and
writer. (In Stereo) (Part 2 of 2) 'PG' a


TUESDAY
12:00 19 CRIMINAL MINDS The team pur-
sues a serial killer targeting families in the
Midwest. (In Stereo) '14, L,V' a
1:00 Q 0 FRONTLINE David Coleman
Headley's rise from informant to master
plotter of the 2008 attack on Mumbai. (In
Stereo) a
I9 FLASHPOINT A Chinatown gang kid-
naps a local shop owner. (In Stereo) a
2:00 Q 0 SECRETS OF THE DEAD The
Battle of Stalingrad resulted in the loss of
more than one million lives. (In Stereo) 'PG'
o (DVS)
9 LA JAULA Sharid Cid; Dacia Arcaraz;
Maribel Fernandez. '14, D,L' (SS)
I9 FLASHPOINT The team gains a new re-
cruit, Raf, on a tough day. (In Stereo) '14,
V' a
2:30 a YOU AND MEWith Richard Dortch.


WEDNESDAY
2:00 Q 0NOVA Scientists believe there
may be more than one universe. (In Stereo)
(Part 4 of 4) 'G' o (DVS)
2:30 a YOU AND MEWith Richard Dortch.
3:00 Q E GEORGE CARLIN: THE MARK
TWAIN PRIZE 2008 recipient of the Amer-
ican humor prize. (In Stereo) '14' a
9 CASOS DE FAMILIAR Conducido por Ju-
dith Grace Gonzalez Hincks. 'PG' (SS)
4:30 Q n FRONTLINE David Coleman
Headley's rise from informant to master
plotter of the 2008 attack on Mumbai. (In
Stereo) a
5:00 9 PRIMER IMPACT EXTRA Noti-
cias, farandula y events inusuales.
5:30 Q El FORT NIAGARA* THE STRUG-
GLE FOR A CONTINENT Four nations
fight for naval access to the Great Lakes.
(In Stereo) 'PG' a


THURSDAY
1:00 Q O THE THIS OLD HOUSE HOUR
Replacing a partially rotted old post in the
kitchen; reinstalling restored historic win-
dow sashes. (In Stereo) 'G' a
2:00 Q O INDEPENDENT LENS The por-
trayal of Native Americans in cinema.'PG,
V' a
a LA JAULA Sharid Cid; Dacia Arcaraz;
Maribel Fernandez. '14, D,L' (SS)
2:30 aYOUANDME With Richard Dortch.
3:00 Q 0 SECRETS OF THE DEAD The
Battle of Stalingrad resulted in the loss of
more than one million lives. (In Stereo) 'PG'
o (DVS)
a CASOS DE FAMILIAR Conducido por Ju-
dith Grace Gonzalez Hincks. 'PG' (SS)
5:00 Q 0 NOVA Scientists believe there
may be more than one universe. (In Stereo)
(Part 4 of 4) 'G' o (DVS)


FRI DAY
1:00 I9 CRIMINAL MINDSAfter a series of
murders, Prentiss becomes suspicious of a
former nemesis. (In Stereo) '14, L,V' o
(DVS)
2:00 Q O GREAT PERFORMANCES IL
POSTING FROM LA OPERA Placido
Domingo performs in a romantic opera.'G'

2:30 a YOU AND MEWith Richard Dortch.
3:00 9 CASOS DE FAMILIAR Conducido
por Judith Grace Gonzalez Hincks. 'PG'
(SS)
4:30 Q 0 RIBBON OF SAND The Outer
Banks of North Carolina and the wild
beaches of Cape Lookout. (In Stereo) 'G' o
5:00 Q 0 THE THIS OLD HOUSE HOUR
Replacing a partially rotted old post in the
kitchen; reinstalling restored historic win-
dow sashes. (In Stereo) 'G' o


late Night HIGH LIGHTS





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G10 Sunday November 20, 2011


VIEWFINDER


CITRUS COUvNT (FL) CHRONICLE


MONDAY AFTERNOON
12:00 p.m. "osr Geek Charming" (2011,
Comedy) Sarah Hyland, Matt Prokop. A teen
films a documentary about a popular high-
school student. E, 'G' a
12:15 p.m. 9 "Kung Pow* Enter the Fist" **
(2002, Comedy) Steve Oedekerk, Lung Fai. A
martial artist battles his evil arch-nemesis. a
2:30 p.m. ETHif 'Comeback Season" a h
(2006, Comedy-Drama) Ray Liotta, Glenne
Headly. iTV. A philanderer tries to win back his
wife and two daughters. E,
1 p.m. I9 "Stand by Me" **as (1986,
Comedy-Drama) Wil Wheaton, River Phoenix.
Boy and buddies go on hike to find dead body
in 1959. r
ED The Laramie Kid" (1935, Western) Tom
Tyler, Alberta Vaughn. A cowboy helps save a
woman from a forced marriage.
"TM Kiss Me Deadly" ** (1955, Crime
Drama) Ralph Meeker, Albert Dekker. Private
eye Mike Hammer trails bad guys and blondes.
1:30 p.m. Q The Transporter 2" **
(2005, Action) Jason Statham, Amber ValIletta.
A former soldier tries to save a kidnapped boy.
2:30 p.m. Gili True Grit" *** (1969,
Western) John Wayne, Glen Campbell. A one-
eyed marshal and a Texas Ranger aid a
vengeful teen. a
IsEv 'End of Days" *h (1999, Horror) Arnold
Schwarzenegger, Gabriel Byrne. An ex-cop
must prevent a woman from bearing the An-
tichrist.
2:45p.m. Ms The In Crowd" (2000,
Suspense) Lori Heuring, Susan Ward. The
head of an elite crowd befriends a working-
class student. E,
Gi@x "Black Swan" ***h (2010, Drama) Na-
talie Portman, Mila Kunis. A ballerina's drive to
succeed threatens to consume her. r,
3 p.m. I9 "he Outlaw Josey Wales" its
(1976, Western) Clint Eastwood, Chief Dan
George. A Confederate soldier vows to avenge
his family's murder. E
"TM Paths of Glory" **as (1957, War) Kirk
Douglas, Ralph Meeker. A general uses a
court-martial to cover a botched attack. a
3:30 p.m. Q "Eagle Eye" **h (2008, Ac-
tion) Shia LaBeouf, Michelle Monaghan. Two
strangers become pawns of a mysterious
woman.
4 p.m. G~n~ "A Dog Named Christmas"
(2009, Drama) Bruce Greenwood, Noel Fisher.
A man finds homes for dogs during the holi-
days. 'G' a
4:30 p.m. Ms "Brown Sugaf" ** (2002,
Romance-Comedy) Taye Diggs, Sanaa
Lathan. Childhood friends won't admit they
love each other. r,
"TM Run of the Arrow" **h (1957, Western)
Rod Steiger, Sara Montiel. A Confederate
takes a Dakota bride and attacks the cavalry.
5 p.m. Sili 'Caspef" *** (1995, Fan-
tasy) Christina Ricci, Bill Pullman. Teen be-
friends Casper, the friendly ghost.
DE~v 'Angels & Demons" ** (2009, Sus-
pense) Tom Hanks, Ewan McGregor. Robert
Langdon confronts an ancient brotherhood.
5:30 p.m. Gili "The Quick and the Dead"
(1995, Western) Sharon Stone, Gene
Hackman. A female gunslinger enters a deadly
quick-draw competition. a


TUESDAY AFTERNOON
12:00 p.m. 9 "Hot Rod" ** (2007, Comedy)
Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone. An accident-
prone daredevil plans an outrageous stunt. a
losr Cars" *** (2006, Comedy) Voices of
Owen Wilson, Paul Newman. Animated. A
race car gets stranded in a town along Route
66. no
"Li~ ghtning Strikes Twice" **h (1951,
Suspense) Ruth Roman, Richard Todd. A man


meets his wife's killer following his own acquit-
tal.
12:30 p.m. Gili The Quick and the Dead"
**% (1995, Western) Sharon Stone, Gene
Hackman. A female gunslinger enters a deadly
quick-draw competition. a
Q 'Me, Myself & Irene" *h (2000, Comedy)
J im Ca rrey, Renee Zellweger. A cop's two per-
sonalities fight over the same woman.
1 p.m. ED "Westward Bound" ** (1944,
Western) Ken Maynard, Hoot Gibson. A cor-
rupt official forces Montana ranchers off their
land.
1:30 p.m. Ms 'Ramona and Beezus" **
(2010, Comedy) Joey King, Selena Gomez. A
mischievous girl and her big sister must save
their family's home. r,
1:45 p.m. Mc 'Invitation" *** (1952,
Drama) Van Johnson, Dorothy McGuire. An in-
valid girl's father tries to buy a year of happi-
ness. a
2 p.m. GiD Third Degree Burn" **
(1989, Mystery) Treat Williams, Virginia Mad-
sen. A private eye succumbs to the wiles of his
lovely quarry. E, 'MA' a
3 p.m. Gi~ l oung Guns" **h (1988,
Western) Emilio Estevez, Kiefer Sutherland.
Six deputized regulators become the objects
of a manhunt. a
ITM Down Three Dark Streels" **h (1954,
Crime Drama) Broderick Crawford, Ruth
Roman. FBI agent inherits three puzzlers from
slain agent.
4 p.m. G~n~ The Town Christmas For-
gof (2010, Drama) Lauren Holly, Rick Roberts.
A family helps a small town organize a Christ-
mas pageant.'PG' m
4:30 p.m. @iE The Search for Santa
Paws" (2010, Comedy) Voices of Kaitlyn
Maher, Madison Pettis. A talking dog and an
orphan must save Christmas.
4:45p.m. Mc 'Joe Macbeth" **h (1956,
Crime Drama) Paul Douglas, Ruth Roman. A
gangster's chief lieutenant slaughters his way
to the top.
5 p.m. M "Knight and Day" **h (2010,
Action) Tom Cruise, cameron Diaz. A woman
becomes the reluctant partner of a fugitive spy.
5:30 p.m. Gili 'Young Guns IP" ** (1990,
Western) Emilio Estevez, Kiefer Sutherland.
Billy the Kid and gang gallop to Mexico.=

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON
12:00 p.m. 9 'Hot Shotsl" *** (1991 Com-
edy) Charlie Sheen, Cary Elwes. Military
movies take it on the chin in this spoof. a
losr The Game Plan" ** (2007, Comedy)
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Madison Pettis.
A carefree football player learns he has a
daughter. non
ITM Jungle Book" *** (1942, Fantasy)
Sabu, Joseph Calleia. Kipling's boy hero
Mowgli can talk to animals. a
12:30 p.m. Ms The Special Relationship"
(2010, Docudrama) Michael Sheen, Dennis
Quaid. Prime Minister Tony Blair and President
Bill Clinton. E, '14'=
Q "My Super Ex-Girlfriend" ** (2006, Ro-
mance-Comedy) Uma Thurman, Luke Wilson.
A superheroine takes revenge after her
boyfriend breaks up with her.
1 p.m. D ITrigger Pals" *h (1939, West-
ern) Art Jarrett, Lee Powell. A cowboy meets
trouble with rustlers and his female boss.
Effifwl The Oxford Murders" **h (2008, Mys-
tery) Elijah Wood, John Hurt. iTV. A squabbling
student and professor join forces as detectives.
1:50 p.m. GiD "Cross My Heart" **
(1987, Romance-Comedy) Martin Short, An-
nette O'Toole. A couple's lies designed to im-
press each other backfire. r,
2 p.m. Gili 'Gone With the Wind" *as
(1939, Romance) Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh.


Civil War rogue Rhett Butler loves Southern
belle Scarlett O'Hara. a
@iEn "101 Dalmatians" **% (1 996, Adventure)
Glenn Close, Jeff Daniels. A flamboyant fash-
ion plate plans to skin pups for a coat.
Iao "What a Girl Wants" *h (2003, Comedy-
Drama) Amanda Bynes, Colin Firth. A plucky
teenager goes to London to meet her father. r
ITcM arzan, the Ape Man" *** (1932, Ad-
venture) Johnny Weissmuller, Maureen O'Sul-
livan. An expedition encounters a savage
raised by apes. o (DVS)
2:30 p.m. Q transformers: Revenge of
the Fallen" ** (2009, Science Fiction) Shia
LaBeouf, Megan Fox. Sam Witwicky holds the
key to defeating an ancient Decepticon.
3:20 p.m. GiD "Pure Country 2: The Gif "
(2010, Drama) Katrina Elam, Dean Cain.
Three angels bestow a girl with a beautiful
singing voice. r,
4 p.m. @iE '102 Dalmatians" ** (2000,
Adventure) Glenn Close, loan Gruffudd.
Cruella De Vil resumes her quest for a Dalma-
tian coat.
GInmr 'A Day for Thanks on Walton's Moun-
tain" ** (1982, Drama) Ralph Waite, Jon
Walmsley. The scattered Waltons assemble
for a Thanksgiving reunion. 'G' a
IWM "King Solomon's Mines" ***h (1950,
Adventure) Deborah Kerr, Stewart Granger. A
hunter looks for a missing explorer and a dia-
mond mine. a
4:30p.m. Effi lRoule30"(2008,Comedy)
Curtis Armstrong, Dana Delany. iTV.

THURSDAY AFTERNOON
12:00 p.m. 9 'Amneican Pie" *** (1999,
Comedy) Jason Biggs, Shannon Elizabeth.
Teens agonize over losing their virginity. a
WME 'Surfs Up" *** (2007, Comedy) Voices
of Shia LaBeouf, Jeff Bridges. Animated. A
teenage penguin enters a surfing champi-
onship.
Q "Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa" its
(2008, Comedy) Voices of Ben Stiller, Chris
Rock. Animated. Zoo animals of New York
crash-land on the African continent.
IWs '17 Again" **h (2009, Comedy) Zac
Efron, Leslie Mann. A 37-year-old man mirac-
ulously transforms into a teenager.
~MI The Secret Garden" *** (1949,
Drama) Margaret O'Brien, Herbert Marshall.
An orphan girl finds friendship at her uncle's
estate. o (DVS)
12:30 p.m. EWOK "A Dangerous Man" its
(2009, Action) Steven Seagal, Byron Mann.
Vigilante wages war against drug dealers and
corrupt cops. r
12:45 p.m. Underdog" ** (2007, Ad-
venture) Voices of Jason Lee, Jim Belushi. A
canine su perhero protects the citizens of Ca pi-
tol City. n a
1 p.m. 0 The Music Man" ***h (1962,
Musical Comedy) Robert Preston, Shirley
Jones. A glib traveling salesman works his
charm on an owa town.
I9 7he Quick and the Dead" **h (1995,
Western) Sharon Stone, Gene Hackman. Afe-
male gunslinger enters a deadly quick-draw
competition. E
UD "Winds of the Wasteland" *h (1936, West-
ern) John Wayne, Phyllis Fraser. Rival stage-
coach owners race to win a mail contract.
CUS 'Goldfinger" **as (1964, Action) Sean
Connery, Gert Frobe. Agent 007 fights Oddjob
and a madman's Fort Knox scheme. a
1:30 p.m. Effif 'Nine" **h (2009, Musical)
Daniel Day-Lewis, Marion Cotillard. iTV. A fa-
mous director endures creative and personal
crises. no
1:45p.m. Mc The Music Man" ***
(1962, Musical Comedy) Robert Preston,
Shirley Jones. A glib traveling salesman works
his charm on an iowa town.


2 p.m. O Q "Miracle on 34th Street"
***n (1947, Fantasy) Maureen O'Hara, John
Payne. An adwoman's boyfriend defends
Macy's Santa in court. a
9 "Clueless" *** (1995, Comedy) Alicia Sil-
verstone, Stacey Dash. Spoiled Beverly Hills
teens careen through the good life. a
MiE "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Fac-
tory" *** (1971, Fantasy) Gene Wilder, Jack
Albertson. A famous confectioner offers a
grand prize to five children.
Q "Monslers vs. Aliens" **h (2009, Adven-
ture) Voices of Reese Witherspoon, Hugh Lau-
rie. Animated. A ragtag group of monsters
defends Earth from an alien.
IWs "Surviving Christmas" *h (2004, Com-
edy) Ben Affleck, James Gandolfini. A lonely
man celebrates the holiday with strangers.
2:50 p.m. GiD "The Cutting Edge: Going
for the Gold" (2006, Drama) Christy Carlson
Romano, Ross Thomas. A young ice skater
must find a new partner after her injury. on o
3 p.m. W 'Catch Me if You Can" its
(2002, Comedy-Drama) Leonardo DiCaprio,
Tom Hanks. A teenage scam artist poses as a
pilot, surgeon and lawyer. u o
IIEWO "Kill Switch" + (2008, Action) Steven
Seagal, Isaac Hayes. A homicide detective re-
sorts to violence to nab a killer. 0
3:30 p.m. 0 The Nun's Story *** (1959,
Drama) Audrey Hepburn, Peter Finch. A nun
finds her work cut out for her in the Belgian
Congo.
I2 The Outlaw Josey Wales" *** (1976,
Western) Clint Eastwood, Chief Dan George.
A Confederate soldier vows to avenge his fam-
ily's murder. 0
Gi~l The Godfather, Part Il" **as (1974,
Crime Drama) Al Pacino, Robert Duvall.
Michael Corleone moves his father's crime
family to Las Vegas. a
DE~v 'Casino Royale" *** (2006, Action)
Daniel Craig, Eva Green. James Bond plays
poker with a man who finances terrorists. a
4 p.m. 9 "Just Frends" **h (2005, Ro-
mance-Comedy) Ryan Reynolds, Amy Smart.
A music executive tries to woo his high-school
crush. a
GInmr 'A Walton Thanksgiving Reunion" **
(1993, Drama) Richard Thomas, Ralph Waite.
In 1963, the Waltons gather for a contempla-
tive holiday. 'G' a
Q "Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa" ***
(2008, Comedy) Voices of Ben Stiller, Chris
Rock. Animated. Zoo animals of New York
crash-land on the African continent.
IWs "Guess Who" **h (2005, Comedy)
Bernie Mac, Ashton Kutcher. A black man
meets his daughter's white boyfriend.
4:30 p.m. @i 'Charlie and the Chocolate
Factory" *** (2005, Fantasy) Johnny Depp,
Freddie Highmore. Five children tour the won-
drous factory of an odd confectioner.
GAI@ "Avatar" ***h (2009, Science Fiction)
Sam Worthington, Voice of Zoe Saldana. A for-
mer Marine falls in love with a native of a lush
alien world. on o
IWM 'Little Miss Markef" *** (1934, Com-
edy) Adolphe Menjou, Shirley Temple. An
adorable tyke reforms a hard hearted bookie.
5 p.m. EWOK "Driven to Kill" (2009, Ac-
tion) Steven Seagal, Laura Mennell. A former
Russian gangster returns to his violent ways.
5:30 p.m. Effif "Push" (2009, Sus-
pense) Chris Evans, Dakota Fanning. iTV.
Rogue psychics battle a covert government
agency. non

FRIDAY AFTERNOON
12:00 p.m. Glsi "G-Force" ** (2009, Action)
Bill Nighy, Zach Galifianakis. Live action/ani-
mated. Rodent spies work for the U.S. govern-
ment. non


@IEn "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of
the Black Pearl" *** (2003, Action) Johnny
Depp, Geoffrey Rush. A blacksmith and a pi-
rate must rescue a kidnapped damsel.
"TM Sunday in New York" *** (1963, Ro-
mance-Comedy) Cliff Robertson, Jane Fonda.
A chaste young woman is jilted by her impa-
tient fiance. o
12:30 p.m. Gili 'Apocalypse Now" ***n
(1979, War) Marlon Brando, Martin Sheen. An
Army agent goes upriver in Cambodia to kill a
renegade. o
ITN "U.S. Marshals" ** (1998, Crime Drama)
Tommy Lee Jones, Wesley Snipes. Sam Ger-
ard gets caught up in another fugitive case. o
(DVS)
12:51 p.m. WS "Angels & Demons" **
(2009, Suspense) Tom Hanks, Ewan McGre-
gor. Robert Langdon confronts an ancient
brotherhood. o
1 p.m. ED 'Roaring Six Guns" *h (1937,
Western) Kermit Maynard, Mary Hayes. A
rancher tangles with the father of the woman
he loves.
Q "In Her Shoes" *** (2005, Comedy-
Drama) Cameron Diaz, Toni Collette. A sexy
partyer clashes withherserious-minded sister
Irs 'Diaryof a Mad Black Woman" ** (2005,
Comedy-Drama) Kimberly Elise, Steve Harris.
A woman starts over after her husband leaves
her.
2 p.m. I9 "BulletprooP *h (1996, Action)
Damon Wayans, Adam Sandler. Assassins
dog a cop and a fugitive witness en route to
L.A. n
ISFY 'Octopussy" *** (1983, Action) Roger
Moore, Maud Adams. Premiere. Agent James
Bond fights Russians planning world conquest.
TMI The Sundowners" ***h (1960, Drama)
Deborah Kerr, Robert Mitchum. Australian
sheep drovers face a challenging daily life.
3 p.m. @i 'Monsters, Inc." *** (2001,
Comedy) Voices of John Goodman, Billy Crys-
tal. Animated. A blue behemoth and his assis-
tant scare children.
GInmr 'Santa Jr" (2002, Romance-Comedy)
Lauren Holly, Judd Nelson. Santa's fun-loving
son learns the true meaning of Christmas. 'G'
ITN The Shawshank Redemption" ***h
(1994, Drama) Tim Robbins, Morgan Free-
man. An innocent man goes to a Maine peni-
tentiary for life in 1947. o (DVS)
3:30 p.m. WS "Madea's Family Reunion"
**% (2006, Comedy) Tyler Perry, Blair Under-
wood. A matriarch must keep the peace
through family strife. o
3:49p.m. WS "Raiders of the Lost Ark"
**a* (1981, Adventure) Harrison Ford, Karen
Allen. An archaeologist races Nazis to find a
powerful relic. o
4 p.m. Gili 'Se7en" ***h (1995, Sus-
pense) Brad Pitt, Morgan Freeman. A killer dis-
patches his victims via the Seven Deadly Sins.
Q The Famil Stone" **h(2005, Romance-
Comedy) Dermot Mulroney, Sarah Jessica
Parker. A man introduces his uptight girlfriend
to his family.
ITM "Please Don't Eat the Daisies" ***
(1960, Comedy) Doris Day, David Niven. Jean
Kerr's comic account of a drama critic and his
family. o (DVS)
5 p~m. @iWA.L-E **as (2008, Ad-
venture) Voices of Ben Burtt, Elissa Knight. An-
imated. A robot chases a mechanical scout
across the galaxy.
GIrmr "Eloise at Christmastime" ** (2003,
Comedy) Julie Andrews, Sofia Vassilieva.
Eloise insists on helping with yuletide nuptials.
IsEv 'Die Another Day" ** (2002, Action)
Pierce Brosnan, Halle Berry. James Bond and
an American spy track a North Korean villain.
5:45 p.m. WS 'Tyler Perry's Madea Goes
to Jail" ** (2009, Comedy) Tyler Perry, Derek
Luke. Madea raises hell behind bars. o










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(1155) 65 44 53 Civil Warriors 'PG' Civil Warriors "Free at Last"'PG' Day Under Fire "Civil War"'14' Day Under Fire'14' Inside the Iraq War Men and women who fought in Iraq.'14, L,V'
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(SUI) 36 31 36 36 College Football Rice at Southern Methodist. (N) (Live) |CleeFootball Baylor vs. Texas Tech. From Arlington, Texas. (N) (Live)
(SFY 31 59 31 31 26 129 "NYC:Tornado Terror"(12008) |++ "Mvegafault"(2009, Science Fiction) Brittany Murphy 'PG-13' |*hE"Plar Storm"(2009) Jack Coleman.'PG-13' o we "Ice Twisters"(2009) o
(TiS) 49 23 49 149 1 6 119 **h "JustLikeHeaven"(2005) ReeseWitherspoon. 'PG-13' |++ "The House Bunny"(2008, Comedy) Anna Faris.'PG-13'm |King of Queens |King of Queens Fred'14' |rnd'14'
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(TMI) 169 53 169 1930 35 Johnny Sheffield, Allene Roberts, ita Baron.'NR' Texans.'G' Stti Giallelis.'NR'
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(TEC) 50 46 50 150 29 130 Property Ladder'G'm 4 Hours: Hard Evidence'14' 4 Hours: Hard Evidence'14' 4 Hours: Hard Evidence'14' 4 Hours: Hard Evidence'14' 4 Hours: Hard Evidence'14'
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It was Thanksgiving and the turkey just came out of the oven.

Both Mr. Jones' and Mr. Smith's AC Heat Pumps

decided to take the day off!

Mr. Smith was frantic, trying to find someone: L' C~?
ANYONE, who would service his unit on a holiday...


Mr. Jones had a Bay Area Priority Service Contract. He didn't sweat it.
His unit was fixed in no tim~e, and, he
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