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Title: Citrus County chronicle
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
Inverness Fla
Publication Date: March 20, 2007
Copyright Date: 2007
Frequency: daily[<1987-1995>]
weekly[ former <1939-1968>]
semiweekly[ former <1980-1981>]
daily
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Inverness (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Inverness
Coordinates: 28.839167 x -82.340278 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 48, no. 51 (June 8, 1939).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Rose Garden Swampe(
Florida's fool
N O ball team vis
its the White
' House and
President
Bush.
PAGE 1I
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FAIR HIGHUGHTS
TODAY
� 10 a.m. Exhibit
buildings open.
* Citrus Shrine Club
Clowns, Jacobs
Building.
* Citrus Railroad
Exhibit, Otto Allen
Building.
* Johnson's Exotic
Petting Zoo and
Pony Rides.
* Charles & Yvonne
Viet, organ grinder
and monkey
strolling act.
* 10:15 Marie
Van'delleek,
auditorium.
* 11:15 Caroline
Andrade,
auditorium.
1.12:15 p.m. Julie
Wernicke,
auditorium.
* 1:30 Jean Grant
Recognition,
auditorium.
* 2 Youth Heifer Show
and Showmanship,
Livestock Complex.
* 2:30 Red Eagle
Lodge, auditorium.
* 3:30 Noel Pilewsky,
auditorium.
* 5 Belle City Midway
opens.
* Citrus County
Chronicle Midway
Special, unlimited
rides midway arm-
band ($18) with
Chronicle coupon;
regular price $20.
* Jessica Nelson,
auditorium.
i 6 Miranda Maisel,
auditorium.
* 7 Youth Swine Show,
Livestock Complex.
* Taylor Harrison,
Eudit,.rurri
* 8 Karen Giles, audi-
torium.
* 10 Exhibit buildings
close.
* Today is Jean Grant
Appreciation Day
and Senior Citizens'
and Military
Appreciation Day
sponsored by the St.
Petersburg Times.
* $3 for senior citi-
zens age 55-and
older and all active
military.
* $5, general admis-
sion age 12 and
older, $3 ages 6 to
11.
* Free parking.
* Fairgrounds are at
3600 S. Florida Ave.,
Inverness.
't Call: 726-2993.
* Check out the
Chronicle throughout
the week for
fair coverage.


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DAVE SIGLER'Ch,-,:,r,kl
:,. :- Two-year-old Savannah Oswalt couldn't believe her
eyes when she saw Tall Tex, played by Don Cassady, on
Monday at the Citrus County Fair. .-. The 8-foot-6 stilt
walker also has two other tall characters, a robot and a
scarecrow, that will be walking around the fair for the rest
of the week. The fair, titled "Country Themes and
Childhood Dreams." runs through Saturday.
Brendan Zen, 4. takes a ride on the wild side with the help
of Marian Casteel while riding the merry-go-round.


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54 . .
54


FORECAST: Partly
sunny East winds,
shifting to the north-
east tonight
PAGEZ 2.


Bush pleads




for patience




in Iraq war


Poll shows nation
favors deadlinefor

troop withdrawal
' The Washington Post

WASHINGTON - President
Bush asked skeptical
Americans for additional
patience as the Iraq war
entered its fifth year
Monday, saying the
United States can be
Victorious, but "only if
we have the courage .
and resolve to see it
through."
In a brief address to
the nation four years
after he ordered U.S.Pres
forces to invade Iraq, ,
Bush also warned the
Democratic-led Con- ' lawm!
gress not to pass a avoid 1
measure scheduled for force
a vote in the House this to th
week that would


require troops to withdraw
from the conflict.
"It can be tempting to look at
the challenges in Iraq and con-
clude our best option is to pack
up and go home," Bush said in


ic


tr
a
e


an eight-minute speech from
the Roosevelt Room in the
White House. "That may be
satisfying in the short run, but I
believe the consequences for
American security would be
devastating."
Having cost the lives of 3,210
U.S. troops and tens of thou-
sands of Iraqis and more than
$300 billion, the war has exact-
ed a larger toll than the White
House ever predicted. The
conflict has grown more
unpopular as it has
continued, dragging
down Bush's domestic
approval rating, which
as now hovers below 40
percent, according to
several polls. Mean-
while, more than six in
10 Iraqis now say their
denrt lives are going badly,
and about half say that
-ing send ing additional U.S.
ers to 'orces to Iraq would
ying to only worsen the securi-
n end ty situation there,
war. according to an ABC
News poll released
Monday.
A recent Washington Post-
ABC News poll showed a nar-
row majority of Americans now
Please see . /Page 4A


Well-known chef


dies in accident

'Charlie'Brown worked in many eateries


C=,; ~--*. LOFTIS
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
A well-known Citrus County
chef died in a car crash early
Saturday. morning, leaving
behind many who remember
him as a hard worker who was
fun to be around.
Charles "Charlie" Brown, 48,
of Crystal River,
has worked in
restaurants H
throughout the
county in past of quite
few decades,
according to in the ai
friends and for-
mer co-workers.
"He's kind of Homosassa
quite an icon in owner about
the area,"
Homosassa
Riverside Resort owner Gail
Oakes said.
When she opened a crab
house restaurant in
Homosassa she asked Brown
to help her run it. When she
asked for help naming it,
Brown was prepared. That's
how Charlie Brown's Crab
House was born.


Throughout the years, the
name has changed to the
Riverside Crab House, but the
original name has stuck in the
minds of locals.
"People still call it Charlie
Brown's Crab House," Oakes
said.
He's been a chef at the old
KC Crump in Homosassa and
Pirate's Cove in Ozello, which


are both closed
now. He's also
cooked for
crowds at Peck's
Old Port Cove in
Ozello and the
old Andre's of
Citrus Hills.
Oakes said
while many
chefs in Homo-
sassa claim to be


the creators of the local popu-
lar New England clam chow-
der recipe, she's heard more
people claim it was first con-
cocted by Brown than anyone
else.
He made a mean shrimp
scampi, and skewered shrimp
was his signature dish.
Please see CHEF/Page 4A


Fire destroys home; family escapes IR


Cause of blaze

under investigation
CRISTY LOFTIS
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
A family escaped unharmed from a
Crystal River mobile home Monday
afternoon after a fire broke out.
The fire started shortly before 2
p.m. at 9356 N. Days End Path near


Annie's Mailbox ... 9C
,W Comics ........ 10C
o Crossword ....... 9C
z Editorial ........ 10A
Horoscope ... . . . 10C
Movies .... . . . . . 10C
Obituaries ....... 6A
Stocks .......... 8A
Three Sections



6 1845178 2002 5


County Road 488.
Citrus County Fire Rescue Chief
Richard Stover said a neighbor
called to alert the family to a fire
underneath the mobile home. A
mother, father, daughter and grand-
children left the home, which was
quickly engulfed by flames.
A family cat may have perished
inside, Stover said.
Names of family members were
unavailable Monday afternoon, but
according to t�he Citrus County
Property Appraiser's Web site,


Hairy situations


mll� : e"


Robert and Joyce Strouse own the
home.
The home was completely
destroyed.
Nearby mobile homes within yards
of the house escaped damage,
although a brush fire took over the
front yard, burning the grass and
shrubbery up to County Road 488.
The cause of the fire is still under
investigation, but it appears acciden-
tal, Stover said. The State Fire
Marshal's Office is now looking into
the case.


RFirefighters
douse a fully
engulfed
mobile home
with water.
The fire was
at the comer
of County
Road 488 and
Days End Path
in Crystal
River. The fire
also threat-
ened a stor-
age building.
DAVE SIGLER
Chronicle


Thrift-store makeover


Trashy
details
Model Naomi
Campbell
arrives at
New York City
sanitation
garage to start
community
service for
assaulting
her maid./2A


A recent makeover and housecleaning has
a thrift store on its way to its goal./3A


Court overturns
mans probation
* Appeals court
overturns man's
probation
conviction./3A
* Former school
board candidate's
trial resumes
today./4A
* Annual event a
success for
hospital./7A


e's kind
an icon
rea.

Gail Oakes
Riverside Resort
"Charlie" Brown.


There's the hair you want and the hair you
don't. How to get rid of the unwanted stuff?/lC





















CASH 3
5-0-4
PLAY 4
6-4-7-0
-0.!'-! rASY 5
1-14-18-25-30
SUNDAY, MARCH 18
Cash 3:6-8-9
Play 4:7 - 1 - 6 - 6
Fantasy 5:15 - 16 - 28 - 33 - 34
5-of-5 3 winners $67,899.92
4-of-5 323 $101.50
3-of-5 7,673 $11.50
SATURDAY, MARCH 17
Cash 3:4 - 7 - 1
Play 4: 0-5-6-8
Lotto: 6 - 13 - 26 - 29 - 32 - 45
6-of-6 1 winner $15 million
5-of-6 97 � $5,607
4-of-6 6,135 $72
3-of-6 126,595 $4.50
Fantasy 5: 2 - 5 -17 - 23 - 33
5-of-5 1 winner $300,002.19
4-of-5 435 $111
3-of-5 13,484 . $10
FRIDAY, MARCH 16
Cash 3:3-7-2
Play4:1 - 7 -- 6-1
Fantasy 5: 8 - 16 - 17 - 19 - 35
5-of-5 No winner
4-of-5 373 $857.50
3-of-5 11,870 $11
Mega Money: 2- 20- 31 -43
Mega Ball: 1
4-of-4 MB 1 winner $2 million
4-of-4 13 $2,306
3-of-4 MB 59 $1,111
3-of-4 1,753 $111.50
2-of-4 MB 2,202 $62.50
2-of-4 48,852 $4.50
1-of4 MB 19,647 $7
THURSDAY, MARCH 15
Cash 3:1 - 6 - 6
Play 4:2 - 1 - 7 - 1
Fantasy 5: 4 - 12 - 17 - 20 - 21
5-of-5 1 winner $250,219.91
4-of-5 . 424 $95
3-of-5 12,893 $8.50
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14
Cash 3:8 - 1 -2
Play 4:7 - 1 - 9 - 8
Fantasy 5: 8 -16 - 33 - 34 - 36
5-of-5 2 winners $134,945.63
4-of-5 310 $140
3-of-5 10,948 $11
Lotto: 5 - 7-25 - 36 - 38 - 50
6-of-6 No winner
5-of-6 78 , $5,084.50
4-of-6 4,399 $73
3-of-6 90,525 $5

INSIDE THE NUMBERS
* To verify the accuracy of
winning lottery numbers,
players should double-check
the numbers printed above,
with numbers officially posted
,by.the Florida'Lottery. Ofn the
Web, go to www.flalottery
.com; by telephone, call (850)
487-7777.


ENTERTAINMENT


Florida


Here are the
winning numbers
selected Tuesday
in the Florida
Lottery:


Associated Press

OCALA - A motorcycle rid-
den by John Travolta will be
auctioned off to help with the
restoration of a landmark
movie theater.
The "Wild Hogs" star, who
owns a home near Ocala,

miere for the
movie in the
city on March
2. Travolta and
his wife, Kelly
Preston, drove
down the red
carpet on a
John custom-made
Travolta Harley-
Davidson
motorcycle, modeled after the
one in the film.
Travolta autographed the
bike, and it will be auctioned
off at a benefit dinner in May.
Also on the auction block will
be Travolta's signed leather
jacket and a signed motorcycle
helmet
Money raised by the auction
will support the Marion
Theatre renovation project
and the Ocala Film
Commission.
'John has done so much for
us, and we think the gala is
going to be another great


Model begins sentence


P144. L-tr #Mj


meanor assault for throwing a cell phone
at her maid over a pair of missing jeans.
Campbell was met by a garage official
who escorted her through the building's
dirty, steel double doors. She also wore
chocolate brown pants, a short fitted coat
with a flared bottom, dark sunglasses and
a newsboy-type cap over a short hairdo.
She didn't acknowledge the horde of
assembled media.
"Miss Campbell arrived on time to work.
She came ready to work," Albert Durrell,
deputy chief of the Department of
Sanitation, told reporters at a briefing out-
side the facility.
It's the same sanitation depot where for-
mer Culture Club frontman Boy George
performed his five-day community service
stint in August He pleaded guilty for false-
ly reporting a burglary at his lower
Manhattan apartment. The responding


the best dancer he can possi-
bly be," the 22-year-old profes-
sional dancer says.
Her new partner is "Beverly
Hills, 90210" star Ian Ziering.
Burke says Ziering is a fast
learner who is quick with cho-
reography, but gets frustrated
because he's a perfectionist
"He can be really hard on
himself," she says. "So I tell
him, 'Deep breath and let's try,
again.'"
Other celebrities appearing
on the show: Apolo Anton
Ohno, Laila Ali, Clyde Drexler,


officers found cocaine instead.
Unlike George, who performed his
duties outdoors in full view of TV cameras,
Campbell will work inside the garage. She
was issued protective gloves, dust mask
and reflective orange vest.
"We have plenty of work for her to do
over the next five days," Durrell said.
Because of her celebrity status, sanita-
tion police officers will be stationed at
each entrance of the facility, Durrell said.
Campbell, who has. a reputation for
angry outbursts, pleaded guilty in January
for hitting Ana Scolavino in the back of the
head with the phone last March. Scolavino
was treated for a head injury.
In exchange for her guilty plea,
Campbell was ordered to pay Scolavino's
medical expenses of $363, do five days of
community service and attend a two-day
anger-management program.


John Ratzenberger, Heather
Mills, Billy Ray Cyrus, Joey
Fatone, Shandi Finnessey,
Leeza Gibbons and Paulina
Porizkova.
This season, viewers get two
weeks of dance performances
before sending a celebrity
home in the first results show.
Burke - who says she is dat-
ing actor Matthew Lawrence.,
(brother Joey Lawrence com-...
, peted on season three) - says
"just being known for a skill
you've worked on your entire
life is an amazing feeling."


event," Marion Theatre
spokeswoman Tava Sotlky
said.
The Marion Theatre first
opened in 1940. It closed in
October for renovations, but
officials hope to reopen it in
July.

'Dancing' champ goes
for third victory
NEW YORK - Cheryl
Burke, two-time champion on
ABC's "Dancing With the
Stars," says she doesn't feel
any pressure to
bring home
another disco-
ball trophy as
the fourth sea-
son premiered
Monday.
Burke, who
won with
Cheryl celebrity part-
Burke ners Drew
Lachey and Emmitt Smith,
tells People magazine's Web
site: "I don't think it's pres-
sure. Even after coming in last
season after winning with
Drew in the second season, it
wasn't about, 'Oh, I have to win
again.'"
"It's about who I'm dancing
with and making my partner


Ar.J% 'I'LlrSDAY, MARCH ZV, ZVU/


The weather REPORT -==.:::-*


City H
Daytona Bch. 76
Ft. Lauderdale 77
Fort Myers 78
Gainesville 77
Homestead 77
Jacksonville 74
Key West 77
Lakeland 78
Melbourne 77


East winds from 10 to 15 knots. Seas 2
to 3 feet. Bay and inland waters will have
a moderate chop. Partly cloudy skies and
seasonable today.



LAKE LEVELS


F'cast
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tstrm
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City
Miami
Ocala
Orlando
Pensacola
Sarasota
Tallahassee
Tampa
Vero Beach
W. Palm Bch.


F'cast
ptcldy
ptcldy
ptcldy
ptcldy
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ptcldy
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ptcldy


Gulf water
temperature


630�
Taken at Egmont Key


Location Sun. Mon. Full
Withlacoochee at Holder 28.07 28.03 35.52
Tsala Apopka-Hernando 35.23 35.19 . 39.25
Tsala Apopka-lnverness 35.72 35.70 40.60
Tsala Apopka-Floral City 36.21 36.20 42.40
Levels reported in feet above sea level. Flood stage for lakes are based on 2.33-year flood, the mean-
annual flood which has a 43-precent chance of being equaled or exceeded In any one year. This data Is
obtained from the Southwest Florida Water Management District and is subject to revision. In no event will
the District or the United States Geological Survey be liable for any damages arising out of the use of this
data. If you have sr., que.'iT..:rn. , u ;rir ..ul, ,i ]:' i a ,&-irHD,.H.V .:,- .I1 O.jat m iE , r. ai 3-1 7'FI 72' 1 1
TIDES


City
Chassahowitzka
Crystal River
Withlacoochee
Homosassa


Tide times are for the mouths of the rivers.
Tuesday Wednesday
High/Low High/Low High/Low High/Low
7:30 a/3:08 a 7:24 p/3:22 p 8:19 a/3:51 a 7:53 p/3:55 p
5:51 a/12:30 a 5:45 p/12:44 p 6:40 a/1:13 a 6:14 p/1:17 p
3:38 a/10:32 a 3:32 p/11:01 p 4:27 a/1 1:05 a 4:01 p/11:47 p
6:40 a/2:07 a 6:34 p/2:21 p 7:29 a/2:50 a 7:03 p/2:54 p


FOUR DAY OUTLOOK
'- - TODAY Exclusive daily forecast by:
SHigh: 77 Low: 54 40l
Partly cloudy skies and
seasonable.
S-r ^,WEDNESDAY
4 High: 78 Low: 58
,.,' Partly cloudy skies and seasonable.

t-- ..THURSDAY
High: 76 Low: 59
* Partly cloudy skies and seasonable.

" s FRIDAY
S. High: 80 Low: 61
Partly cloudy skies and warmer.


-ALMANAC


TEMPERATURE*
Monday
Record
Normal
Mean temp.
Departure from mean
PRECIPITATION*
Monday
Total for the month
Total for the year
Normal for the year


76/37
92/42
55/79
57
-10

0.00 in.
1.54 in.
5.18 in.
9.16 in.


*As of 6 p.m.from Hernando County Airport
UV INDEX: 7
0-2 minimal, 3-4 low, 5-6 moder-
ate, 7-9 high, 10+ very high
BAROMETRIC PRESSURE
CELESTIAL



MAlRC 25. APRIL 2 APRIL10 APRIL17


Monday at 3 p.m.
DEW POINT
Monday at 3 p.m.
HUMIDITY
Monday at 3 p.m.
POLLEN COUNT**


30.32 in.

45

35%


Trees and grasses were heavy
and weeds were absent.
"Light - only extreme allergic will show symp-
toms, moderate - most allergic will experience
symptoms, heavy - all allergic will experience
symptoms.
AIR QUALITY
Monday was good with
pollutants mainly particulates.
OUTLOOK
SUNSET TONIGHT......................... 7:42 P.M.
SUNRISE TOMORROW.....................7:33 A.M.
MOONRISE TODAY...........................8:25 A.M.
MOONSET TODAY ............................9:46 P.M.


SOLUNAR TABLE!
DATE DAY MINOR MAJOR
(MORNING)
3/20 TUESDAY 6:16 12:03
3/21 WEDNESDAY 7:15 1:01
BURN CONDITION


S
MINOR MAJOR
(AFTERNOON)
6:42 12:29
7:43 1:29


Today's Fire Danger Rating is: HIGH. There is no burn ban.
For more information call Florida Division of Forestry at (352) 754-6777. For more
information on drought conditions, please visit the Division of Forestry's Web site:
http://flame.fl-dof.com/fire_weather/kbdi
WATERING RULES

The current lawn watering restriction for the unincorporated areas of Citrus County
allow residents to water once a week. For county, Crystal River and Inverness residents,
addresses ending in 0 or 1, or A through E can water Mondays; addresses ending in 2 or 3,
or F through J can water Tuesdays; addresses ending in 4 or 5, or K through 0 can water
Wednesday; addresses ending in 6 or 7, or P through U can water Thursdays; addresses
ending in 8 or 9, or V through Z can water Fridays.
Properties under two acres in size may only water before 8 a.m. or after 6 p.m. on their day
and properties two acres or larger may only water before 10 a.m. or after 4 p.m. on their day.


FORECAST FOR 3:00 P.M.
TUESDAY
Monday Tuesday
City H L Pcp. Fcst H L
Albany 36 11 sunny 34 5
Albuquerque 71 47 sunny 71 45
Anchorage 18 -1 cldy 22 19
Asheville 62 23 shwrs 64 43
Atlanta 70 42 cIdy 70 52
Atlantic City 47 24 sunny 51 28
Austin 77 65 cidy 76 63
Baltimore 53 23 sunny 54 26
Billings 52 34 cldy 72 34
Birmingham 75 50 ptcldy 74 53
Boise 70 45 shwrs 56 34
Boston 40 27 ptcldy 44 19
Brownsville 81 69 cidy 82 66
Buffalo 36 22 flurry 27 14
Burlington, VT 33 7 snow 24 1
Charleston, SC 66 36 ptcldy 74 52
Charleston, WV 62 23 ptcldy 54 33
Charlotte 65 30 ptcldy 70 48
Chicago - 60 36 .01 sunny 43 39
Cincinnati 56 28 .03 ptcldy 52 40
Cleveland 41 30 .11 sunny 39 26
Columbia, SC 68 31 ptcldy 75 50
Columbus, OH 47 30 .64 sunny 46 30
Concord 38 8 ptcldy 35 5
Corpus Christi 77 66 cldy 79 67
Dallas 74 65 cldy 76 63
Denver 67 33 ptcldy 72 38
Des Moines 56 36 ptcldy 50 42
Detroit 47 30 .12 sunny 36 25
El Paso 82 61 sunny 81 55
Evansville 59 41 .58 ptcldy 56 50
Harrisburg 44 16 sunny 46 21
Hartford 39 24 sunny 41 12
Honolulu 79 68 fair 83 70
Houston 78 64 cldy 77 64
Indianapolis 54 37 .45 sunny 51 39
Jackson 76 50 ptcidy 78 53
Kansas City 64 58 tstrm 59 52
Las Vegas 86 60 ptcldy 78 56
Little Rock 73 56 tstrm 74 57
Los Angeles 62 57 ptcldy 63 53
Louisville 60 36 .46 ptcidy 55 48
Memphis 75 52 tstrm . 71 57
Milwaukee 56 39 sunny 40 32
Minneapolis 43 37 ptcldy 43 38
Mobile 73 49 ptcldy 76 55
Montgomery 76 43 ptcldy 78 48
Nashville 70 38 tstrm 63 50


Monday


Tuesday


City H L Pcp. Fcst H L
New Orleans 75 57 ptcldy 76 61 '
New York City 42. 30 sunny 46 24
Norfolk 58 28 ptcldy 63 37
Oklahoma City 74 61 cldy 67 60
Omaha 59 36 cldy 50 44
Palm Springs 84 58 ptcldy 76 55
Philadelphia 46 25 sunny 49 29
Phoenix 88 62 ptcldy 85 60
Pittsburgh 40 23 .36 sunny .43 27
Portland, ME 37 21 rn/sn 36 13
Portland, Ore 60 50 .32 shwrs 48 37
Providence 41 27 sunny 44 17
Raleigh 63 26 ptcldy 69 46
Rapid City 52 35 ptcldy 78 42
Reno 65 38 shwrs 56 32
Rochester 38 19 flurry 26 10
Sacramento 71 46 shwrs 64 42
St. Louis 69 46 ptcldy 58 52
St. Ste. Marie 36 24 .09 ptcldy 27 15
Salt Lake City 69 41 ptcldy 66 34
San Antonio 77 66 cldy 76 65
San Diego 63 57 ptcldy 64 55
San Francisco 61 48 shwrs 59 48
Savannah 67 35 ptcldy 73 53
Seattle 52 48 .16 shwrs 47 37
Spokane 61 42 shwrs 47 28 L
Syracuse 36 19 .02 flurry 27 7
Topeka 65 55 tstrm 58 52
Washington 56 28 sunny 58 30
YESTERDAY'S NATIONAL HIGH & LOW
HIGH 93 Wink, Texas LOW -7 Saranac Lake, N.Y.


TUESDAY Lisbon 59/41/s
CITY H/L/SKY London 44/33/sh
Acapulco 91/73/s Madrid 55/36/pc
Amsterdam 42/31/sh Mexico City 81/55/pc
Athens 64/46/s Montreal 28/7/s
Beijing 58/37/s Moscow 48/34/pc
Berlin 43/32/sh Paris 44/30/sh
Bermuda 66/55/s Rio 85/75/ts
Cairo 73/53/pc Rome 50/34/sh
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Spotlight on :S A TIES


Auction for Travolta's


'hog' to benefit old


theater in Ocala


It's been one week


Associated Press
Barenaked Ladies lead vocalist Ed Robertson, front left,
rides The Magic Carpets of Aladdin attraction in the Magic
Kingdom theme park Monday, along with 4-year-old son
Arden, front center, 7-year-old son Lyle, front right, 11-year-
old daughter Hannah, back left, and wife Natalie, back right,
in Lake Buena Vista. Robertson and his family are visiting
Walt Disney World Resort on vacation.


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MARC.t-i 20- 2007


Campbell arrives at

sanitation garage to

start community service

Associated Press

NEW YORK - Naomi Campbell, wear-
ing black stilettos and slinging dark work
boots over her shoulder, traded the cat-
walk for community service Monday at a
sanitation garage to start a five-day sen-
tence for assaulting her maid.
The 36-year-old supermodel arrived at
the Manhattan District 3 Garage at Pier 36
on the Hudson in a black sport utility vehi-
cle. She'll be pushing a broom or mop at
the garage for her guilty plea to misde-


Crrius COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


Today in


Today is Tuesday, March 20, the
79th day of 2007. There are 286
days left in the year. Spring arrives
at 8:07 p.m. EDT.
Today's Highlight in History:
On March 20, 1815, Napoleon
Bonaparte returned to Paris after
escaping his exile on Elba, begin-
ning his "Hundred Days" rule.
On this date:
In 1852, Harriet Beecher Stowe's
influential novel about slavery,
"Uncle Tom's Cabin," was first pub-
lished.
In 1969, John Lennon married
Yoko Ono in Gibraltar.
In 1985, Libby Riddles of Teller,
Alaska, became the first woman to
win the Iditarod Trail Dog Sled
Race.
In 1987, the Food and Drug
Administration approved the sale of
AZT, a drug shown to prolong the
lives of some AIDS patients.
In 1995, in Tokyo, 12 people
were killed and more than 5,500
others sickened when packages
containing the poisonous gas sarin
were leaked on five separate sub-
way trains by Aum Shinrikyo cult
members.
Ten years ago: President
Clinton and Boris Yeltsin opened
talks in Helsinki, Finland, on the
issue of NATO expansion.
Five years ago: Three days
ahead of a visit by President Bush,
a car bomb exploded outside the
U.S. Embassy in Lima, killing 10
people.
One.year ago: Paul Tagliabue
announced he would step down as
NFL commissioner after 16 years.
Today's Birthdays: Producer- !
director-comedian Carl Reiner is
85. Actor Hal Linden is 76. Singer
Jerry Reed is 70. Former Canadian;
prime minister Brian.Mulroney is
68. Country singer Don Edwards is"
68. Country singer-musician
Ranger Doug (Riders in the Sky) is
61. Hockey Hall-of-Famer Bobby
Orr is 59. Actor William Hurt is 57.
Rock musician Carl Palmer
(Emerson, Lake and Palmer) is 57.'
Rock musician Jimmie Vaughan is
56. Country musician Jimmy
Sales (Shenandoah) is 53. Movie
director Spike Lee is 50. Actress
Theresa Russell is 50. Actress
Vanessa Bell Calloway is 50.
Actress Holly Hunter is 49. Actress-
model Kathy Ireland is 44. Actor
David Thewlis is 44. Rock musician
Adrian Oxaal (James) is 42.
Actress Liza Snyder is 39. Actor
Michael Rapaport is 37. Actor
Alexander Chaplin is 36. Actor
Michael Genadry is 29.
Thought for Today: "Spring has,
no language but a cry." - Thomas
Wolfe, American author (1900-
1938).















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Deals struck in hazing case.


Three FAMUfraternity brothers

plead no contest to lesser charges


Associated Press
TALLAHASSEE - Three
Florida A&M University frater-
nity brothers avoided possible
prison terms that two other


defendants have received for
felony hazing by pleading no
contest Monday to a lesser
charge in the beating of a
prospective member.
Each received probation, in-


eluding 30 days in the Leon
County sheriff's work camp or a
similar program, after entering
the pleas to misdemeanor haz-
ing.
All five fraternity brothers
were tried together The second
jury, though, convicted two of the
defendants and each was sen-
tenced to two years in prison.
They are appealing. .


Circuit Judge Kathleen
Dekker accepted the plea agree-
ment but warned Brian
Bowman, 23, of Oakland, Calif.;
Cory Gray, 23, of Montgomery,
Ala., and Marcus Hughes, 21, of
Fort Lauderdale, they still could
get up to 11 months, 29 days in
jail if they violate probation.
The five Kappa Alpha Psi
brothers were the first people


charged with violating a new
state law that makes it a felony,
with a five-year maximum, to
commit hazing that results in
serious bodily injury
The victim, Marcus Jones,. 20,
ofDecatur, Ga., was struck on the
bottom with wooden canes and
in the head with fists and boxing
gloves during unauthorized initi-
ation rites last year.


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Everything old is new again


Salvation Amy y

spices up thrift

store, reaps rewards .
NANCY KENNEDY
nkennedy@chronicleonline.com � . -
Chron icle /r


Buy a straw hat or a bed or an
old-fashioned typewriter,
support a community
That's not the motto of the
Salvation Army. but when it comes
to income generated by its local
thrift store, it could be.
Thanks to a recent makeover and
housecleaning, the Salvation Armyn
Thrift Store at 3400 E. Gulf-to-Lake
Highway in Inverness is on its way
to the goal of bringing in $1.000 a
day in sales.
All money sta.s in the communi-
ty and goes toward local emergen-
cies and disaster relief.
-We closed for 10 days in
January and during that time we -
DyAnn Allen and Pain Bose.
Assistant Manager Jim DiLeo and
myself- scrutinized every piece of
clothing, everything in the store for
quality." said store manager Sandy
Price
"WWe dusted e' r~u- square inch of
the store; we got Stanley Steemer
to do the carpets; we washed the
big plate glass windows We mowed
the lawn and generally gave the
place a facelift," she said.
As a result, the store that had
been struggling to sta. open began
thriving The first halfof March
averaged $955 a day.
"We're not too far from our goal
of$1,000 a da'." Price said. "and I
think a lot of that is in our market-
ing. It's cleaner and brighter in
here now, it's tresher and people
want to shop in here."
Price said she and Salvation
Army Board Member Louise Clark
did their homework before re-
opening the store, visiting other
area thrift stores to see what was
most appealing, and to compare
prices. They actually raised their
prices on some items, but Clark
said they are still lower than other
stores.
Immediate future plans include a
boutique area for "upscale" items,
such as name-brand clothing -
Ann Taylor: Anne Klein. Coldwater
Creek. Talbots. Tommy Bahama.
During a tour of the store, Price
pulled a pair of lime-green linen


MATTHEW BECK Cr,r.:,r,,.:i.
Salvation Army Thrift Store Manager Sandy Price rearranges clothing Friday morning on a rack in her Inverness
store. The store has recently undergone a makeover, including new carpeting and paint.


"You can get some good bargains
here," she said
"Furniture is our big moneymak-
er, so we're going to flip-flop the
store around and bring it up front
and put the clothing in the back,"
Price said. "So, we're looking for
community-minded people to
donate good quality used furni-
ture"
They always need sofas, dressers,
beds and appliances, as well as
anything else that's sellable. Plus,
they pick up donated items for free
and deliver items for $25.
The money from sales goes to the
main Salvation Army Corps office
in Homosassa.
"We help pay people's electric
bills, help them get back on their
feet after a fire or a disaster," Clark
said.
However, people needing finan-
cial assistance need to go to the
Homosassa office at 3975 W. Grover
Cleveland Blvd
The store has immediate needs
tor donated household items, espe-
cially beds, appliances and furni-
ture, as well as for volunteers.
Currently, they have a paid staff of
six and two volunteers.


IF YOU GO
* Salvation Army Thrift Store.
* 3400 E. Gulf to Lake Highway,
Inverness.
* Open from 9 a m. to 5 p.mrn.
Monday through Saturday.
* Call 341.2448.

"'One thing we stress about our
volunteers, we don't have a regi-
mented schedule," Clark said. "If a
person has two hours and %wants to
get out of the house, come on dowi n
They can help hang clothes, dust.
help us straighten things Just
come - w we're happy to have you."
Regarding donations. Price said.
"I don't know how to say this nicely,
but please don't dump your junk
here. That's a big problem all the
thrift stores have, and we have to
control costs."
The store also needs customers.
"This store is all about what we
can do for the community.," Price
said. "We rel. solely on the commu-
nity to support our thrift store so
they can support their neighbors
during times ofdisaster"


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Homosassa man free

DAVE PIEKLUK
dpieklik@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle

An appeals court has reversed a Homosassa
man's conviction for violating probation stem-
ming from a drug arrest four years ago.
The ruling, released Monday by the 5th
District Court of Appeal in Daytona Beach,
reverses the five-year sentence Mark Wagle, 46,
received in 2005. The opinion by Judge Kerry
Evander says evidence is "insufficient" to say
he willfully violated his probation.
Wagle was sentenced following his Feb. 2,
2003, arrest for possessing cocaine and making
a false report to a member of law enforcement.
According to an arrest report, he falsely report-
ed that his car was stolen before cocaine was
found in his shoe.
Wagle was ordered to serve five years of com-
munity control probation, including drug treat-
ment. He was found by Circuit Judge Ric
Howard to have violated his probation after a
Sept. 26, 2005, evidentiary hearing.
The sentence was subsequently appealed.
According to Wagle's probation officer, he
failed to comply with two conditions of his pro-


bation. He violated a mandatory curfew and
reportedly failed a random drug screening by
testing positive for cocaine and barbiturates,
according to the appeal.
However, Evander's opinion states that
Howard did not establish Wagle had been more
than five minutes past his 5:30 p.m. curfew. At
that time, Wagle had been working as a handy-
man for a local couple.
On the day in question, Wagle returned back
to his home at 5:35 p.m., the appeal states.
Evander wrote in his opinion he can see
instances where a five-minute late arrival could
constitute "a material and substantial violation"'
of probation.
"However, under the facts of the case, we find
it was an abuse of discretion for the trial court
to have found appellant willfully and materially
violated (his probation)," Evander stated.
Evander mentioned the drug screening,
which came back negative for drugs after it was
retested by Wagle's probation officer. When the
urine sample was sent off to a lab for analysis,
the lab indicated the test result was negative
and that the sample had been diluted, accord-
ing to Evander.
Stated the judge, "There was no competent
evidence as to whether the laboratory result
reflected an intentional effort by appellant to
dilute his urine sample."


Associated Press
TAMPA-- Sen. Mel Martinez
said the United States must
press the fight in Iraq despite
the painful realities of war he
saw Monday while tour-
ing a Veterans Admin- I'.
istration spinal cord
injury unit that treats
some of the nation's
most seriously wound-
ed soldiers.
Martinez, R-Fla.,
called his tour of the
James A. Haley Vet- IV
eran's Hospital "a stark Mar
reminder of the heavy U.S. S
price that we pay ... and visil
the pain that can be Tami
associated with serving hos
our nation." But he said
Americans must give President
Bush's ongoing buildup of
forces a chance to stabilize
Iraq.
"As difficult as it is to be here,
as hard as it is to see our
wounded warriors, in my judg-


ment at the current time the
new strategy that is being
employed is one that we need
to give a chance ... not eternally,
not forever, but a reasonable
period of time to see if it suc-
ceeds," Martinez said.
40 ' Martinez's hospital
visit came on the fourth
. anniversary of the U.S.-
Sled war in Iraq. As of
Monday morning, the
Department of Defense
said 2,592 Americans
had been killed in
ei action and 24,042
tinez wounded in the fighting
enator in Iraq.
ed a Martinez asked to
:a VA tour the Tampa hospi-
pital. tal because of a grow-
ing scandal about the
treatment of war veterans at
Walter Reed Army Medical
Center in Washington.
Three top Army officials
have been forced out after rev-
elations of shabby treatment of
wounded soldiers.


County ?: -

Get some 'Clean Air'
at annual bike ride
The annual "Clean Air" Ride
on the Withlacoochee State
Trail, listed in National Geo-
graphic's Top 20 Bike Trails, will
be Saturday.
Riders may start between 7
and 9 a.m. This ride begins at
the Ridge Manor Trailhead of
the Withlacoochee State Trail
and winds through Pasco, Her-
nando and Citrus counties. The
trailhead is one mile east of
Interstate 75 at State Road 50,
exit 301, near Brooksville.
Participants may choose a 12-,
20-, 48- or 100-mile route.
Cost is $25 and $12 for chil-
dren 12 and younger, accompa-
nied by adult. Registration
includes a T-shirt, continental
breakfast, light lunch and
snacks. Walk-up registration
includes T-shirt if available.
All donations benefit the Key
Training Center in Citrus County
and west Central Florida.
To receive a registration form,
call 637-2475 or go to
www.CleanAirRide.com and
register online.
Pet food recall
affects area stores
A major pet food recall is
under way.
Menu Foods, the Ontario,
Canada-based company that
produces the pet food, is recall-
ing dog food sold throughout
North America under 48 brands
and cat food sold under 40
brands including lams, Nutro
and Eukanuba. The food was
distributed by major retailers
such as Wal-Mart, Winn-Dixie,
Save-A-Lot, Kroger and
Safeway.
A complete list of the recalled
products along with product
codes, descriptions and produc-
tion dates was available from
the Menu Foods Web site,
www.menufoods.com/recall.
Visit the local public library for
computer access.
The company also designated
two phone numbers that pet
owners could call for information
- (866) 463-6738 and (866)
895-2708 - but callers kept the
lines busy for much of the week-
end.
- From staff reports


State BRIEFS

Plane crashes onto
highway, no injuries
LEESBURG -A home-built
experimental aircraft crashed
onto a highway shortly after
takeoff and was hit by an
oncoming car Monday. Officials
said no one was injured.
The single-engine plane took
off from Leesburg International
Airport and crashed onto U.S.
Highway 441 about 11 a.m.
After the plane hit the ground, it
was struck by a car in the south-
bound lane, authorities reported.
Identities of the pilots and
driver have not been released,
the Orlando Sentinel reported.
Several men helped carry the
plane off the road. Traffic on the
heavily traveled road was briefly
stopped, but reopened within a
half-hour.
Elderly woman
shot 5 times, lives
ORLANDO -An 88-year-old
woman was recovering in a hos-
pital after being shot five times
Monday morning while she
slept, authorities said.
The Orange County Sheriff's
Office was still investigating why
Yuki Harris was targeted.
Witnesses said they saw
three men leaving the scene,
according to the incident report.
The shooting happened at
about 12:40 a.m., an official
said. Deputies found several
bullet holes throughout the
house. Sheriffs officials wouldn't
release details about Harris'
injuries.
- From wire reports

Correction


A news note on Page 6A of
Saturday's edition contained an
error. The Kings Bay Association
will meet at 7:15 p.m. Thursday,
March 29, at the Old Railroad
Depot at 790 Crystal St., Crystal
River.


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The Salvation Army Thrift Store is
about one-half mile west of
Independence Avenue on State Road
44 in Inverness.
Ei een Fisher pull-on pants w ith
the original $110 retail store tag
still on. Their price - $4.


Court overturns probation conviction Senator says fight in

because of insufficient evidence Iraq must continue








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4A TursoI)Y, MARCH 20, 2007


For the


Citrus County Sheriff
Domestic battery arrests
* Loree Laura Adkins, 56, Homosassa, at
9:30 p.m. Saturday on a domestic battery charge.
According to an arrest report, Adkins grabbed
a woman by her hair and neck, swinging her
around, causing scratches and marks.
No bond was set.
* James C. Kyle, 48, Crystal River, at 1:33
a.m. Sunday on a domestic battery charge.
According to an arrest report, he hit a woman
and pulled her to the floor by her hair. Kyle told a
deputy that he did not hit the woman.
No bond was set.
DUI arrest
* Jason E. Gray, 28, 3507 S. Diamond,
Inverness, at 12:44 a.m. Monday on a charge of
driving under the influence.
Bond was set at $500.
Other arrests
* Jason R. Lanier, 41, 6610 Ponce De Leon,
Homosassa, at 1:54 a.m. Saturday on a charge
of possession of drug paraphernalia.
Bond was set at $500.
* Arthur James Urban, 24, 63901 W.
Tangerine, Crystal River, at 10:27 a.m. Saturday
on a Citrus County warrant on a charge of mak-
ing/issuing/uttering a worthless check.
Bond was set at $150.
* Joshua Jameslee Brosey, 21, 10523
Peace, Inverness, at 1:24 p.m. Saturday on a


BUSH
Continued from Page 1A

favor setting a deadline for troop
withdrawals - a move the Bush
administration has consistently
opposed. House Democrats are
planning to vote this week on a
war spending bill that would
effectively require the withdraw-
al of U.S. troops from Iraq by the
fall of 2008. The White House has
spoken out against the measure,
with press secretary Tony Snow
telling reporters that if the initia-
tive prevails in Congress, it will
"provide victory for the enemy."
Peering sternly into the cam-
eras during his remarks, Bush
said Congress has a responsibility
"to ensure that this bill provides
the funds and the flexibility that
our troops need to accomplish
their mission." Snow later under-
scored the president's words.
"What he's saying is that if they
attach strings, he will veto it,"
Snow said.
Despite the growing public
sentiment for disengaging from
Iraq, Bush administration offi-
cials have been marking the
fourth anniversary of the inva-
sion by making the case for con-
tinued U.S. involvement in the
war. Appearing on three morning
news shows Monday, Secretary of
State Condoleezza Rice defended
going to war in Iraq, although she
said that more troops should have
been deployed earlier and that
the fight is proving to be tougher
than anticipated.
"Nothing of value is ever won
unless there is sacrifice," she said
on ABC's "Good Morning
America."
Rather than withdraw forces,
Bush hopes that his plan to send
in nearly 30,000 additional U.S.
troops to help secure Baghdad
and violence-torn Anbar province
- coupled with new pressure on
the Iraqi government to do the


CHEF
Continued from Page 1A
"He just did a lot of great
things with seafood," Brown's
best friend, Robert Head, said.
Head figures Brown lived
here at least 25 years after mov-
ing from Indiana as a teenager
with his parents.
The two have bounced
between restaurants together
as chefs the past 20 years. He
called Brown a friendly, upbeat
guy who was a great friend and
a wonderful father Brown has a
teenage son, Justin, and helped
raise several stepchildren.
They once took a trip to Las
Vegas and made their way to
Tampa Bay Devil Rays games
every, so often.
"He was a big sports guy,"
Head said. "The Chicago Cubs
were his team."
One thing many agreed on -
Brown was a hard worker.


ON THE NET
* For more information about arrests
made by the Citrus County Sheriff's
Office, go to www.sheriffcitrus.org
and click on the link to Public
Information, then Arrest Reports.

Citrus County warrant on a battery charge.
Bond was set at $500.
* Derek Franklin Sheppard, 33, 2566 E.
Steven, Inverness, at 2:08 p.m. Saturday on a
Citrus County warrant on a charge of unemploy-
ment compensation fraud.
Bond was set at $2,000.
* Christopher R. Hunt, 26, 7055 W. Gator,
Crystal River, at 7:41 p.m. Saturday on a charge
of attempt/solicit/conspire to commit robbery.
According to an arrest report, a woman work-
ing the drive-through window at McDonald's in
Homosassa said Hunt walked up to the window
and demanded money from her. She said one of
his hands was in his pocket and he threatened to
shoot her, according to the report. When another
employee walked to the window Hunt walked
away, according to the report.
Hunt told a deputy he was eating at another
nearby restaurant and had not been to
McDonald's that day, according to the report.
Bond was set at $1,000.
* Ronald William Ouellette, 51, 7204 S.
Rainbow Point, Homosassa, at 9:30 p.m.


Saturday on a charge of aggravated assault with
a deadly weapon without intent to kill.
According to an arrest report, Ouellette pointed
a handgun still in its holster at a person in a park-
ing lot after an argument related to child custody.
Bond was set at $7,000.
* Terry L. Potts, 45, 5621 S. Oakridge,
Homosassa, at 12:47 a.m. Sunday on a charge
of possession of drug paraphernalia.
Bond was set at $500.
* Serena Guiliano, 28, at 5621 S. Oakridge,
Homosassa, at 12:47 a.m. Sunday on charges of
driving with a suspended/revoked license and
possession of drug paraphernalia.
Bond was set at $1,000.
* Mark Bradley Snook, 26, 9711 W.
Audubon, Crystal River, at 10:25 a.m. Sunday on
a warrant charge of using/possessing drug, para-
phernalia.
Snook was being held without bond.
* Marty D. Ascani, 42, 32 N. Tyler, Beverly
Hills, at 10:40 p.m. Sunday on a charge of driving
with a suspended/revoked license.
Bond was set at $500.
* Clifford Lamont Franklin, 35, 2204 S.
Spring Glade, Tampa, at 12:56 a.m. Monday on a
charge of possession of a controlled substance.
Bond was set at $5,000.
* Desiree Ann Wilbur, 22, 12 S. Jefferson,
Beverly Hills, at 1:40 a.m. Monday on charges of
possession 'of 20 grams or less of marijuana and
possession of drug paraphernalia.
Wilbur was released on her own recognizance.


Associated Press
President Bush speaks from the Roosevelt Room of the White House Monday in Washington, as he
marks the fourth anniversary of the war in Iraq.


tough political and security work
needed to heal sectarian divi-
sions - will help turn the tide in
the war He said the new Iraq
strategy is showing some early
signs of success, although he
emphasized that any progress
"will take months, not days or
weeks."
According to the poll of Iraqis,
49 percent of those surveyed said
that bringing more U.S. forces
into Baghdad and Anbar
province would worsen security
in the country. Twenty-nine per-
cent said the troop increase
would improve conditions, while
22 percent said it would have no
impact
Meanwhile, 69 percent of
Iraqis said the presence of U.S.
forces in Iraq makes overall secu-
rity worse, but only 35 percent
said the United States should
"leave now." The poll of 2,200
Iraqis was released Monday by


"He'd cook all day and then
drive a taxicab at night," restau-
rant owner Neil Dunbar said.
Brown was the head daytime
chef for a while at Dunbar's
Someplace Nice One Stop
Eatery in Homosassa.
"He was good at what he did
no matter where he worked,"
Dunbar said.
Gordon Benson, a friend of
Brown's and owner of Island
Art in Ozello, said Brown was a
character, rough at times, but
fun to be around.
At the opening of the Ted
Williams Museum years ago,
Brown had a photo taken of
himself between baseball leg-
end Ted Williams and boxer
Muhammad Ali, with Brown
jokingly taking a sparring pose.
Benson always liked the photo
and thought Brown should have
been more proud of it.
"He's like my son in a way,"
Benson said.
The last time he saw Brown


ABC News and other media
organizations.
Before his remarks, Bush met
with members of the National
Security Council for a briefing on
progress in Iraq. He also held a
videoconference with Iraqi Prime
Minister Nouri al-Maliki, who he
said is optimistic about the new
strategy for securing Iraq. Bush
and al-Maliki talked about imple-
mentation of the Baghdad securi-
ty plan and key legislative issues
that the United States hopes Iraq
will enact to narrow the sectarian
divide, a State Department offi-
cial said. The prime minister
pledged to implement the plan in
"an evenhanded" way, the official
said, a reference to accusations
that Iraq's new security forces are
contributing to sectarian tensions.
Al-Maliki underscored his
commitment to advancing
national reconciliation and
working on the new hydrocarbon


was on Valentine's Day when
the chef stopped by in the morn-
ing to give him a hug.
"He could make you smile -
make you laugh," Benson said.
"He was truly a Charlie Brown
in his own way."


law and de-Baathification "so all
Iraqis committed to peace would
benefit," the State Department
official said.
In his address, Bush said: "I
want to stress that this operation
is still in the early stages, it's still
in the beginning stages. Fewer
than half of the troop reinforce-
ments we are sending have
arrived in Baghdad. The new
strategy will need more time to
take effect"
While Bush defended his
strategy, several leading
Democrats again called on the
president to change course.
"With the blessing of Senate
Republicans, he's committing
more U.S. troops to an open-
ended civil war," said Senate
Majority Leader Harry Reid
(Nev.). "It's a flawed policy,
proven wrong by events on the
ground. To succeed in Iraq, we
must have a new direction."

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W ite fa e jai been going at a high rate of
e f speed on private property, and
J J b 1 after almost hitting the boys, he
time fOr c able didn't bother stopping to see if
they were OK Several witness-
negligreln charges es were brought to the stand to
/ Ce Lgive their recollections of what
. .occurred.
d "l'k ' ":oi --"".cm Michael Pennington of
dpiekiik@chronicleonline.com Homosassa testified about
Chronicle being at the ranch to pick up a
shipment of hay and hearing
The trial resumes today for a White's Ford F-250 accelerat-
former county school board ing quickly. He testified the
candidate accused of driving truck came close to his son and
negligently last year and almost another boy, who were near a
striking several people, trailer his truck was towing.
Closing statements are "I got furious. I was mad," he
expected to happen said of the incident.
later today at the Citrus - One of the boys testi-
County Courthouse in fled the truck came
Inverness. Michael within two to three feet
"Joey" White, 36, of $ *P of him, but he said he
Dunnellon, faces three . was not scared. He also.
misdemeanor charges <.._ acknowledged saying in
of culpable negligence . a deposition his parents
for the Jan. 26, 2006, i disapprove of White,
incident. Michael and that they would try
He is accused of driv- Joey i ... to help Amy get custody
ing off the road near if convicted of her daughter.
West Venable Street in could serve Last year, White ran
Crystal River and six months. unsuccessfully in the
almost hitting two boys, District 1 race for the
before almost hitting a man Citrus County School Board.
near Seven Rivers Drive shortly He works as an investigator in
after, an arrest report states. the Inverness law firm of Bill
According to testimony Monday, Grant and Bo Samargya.
he was heading to the Post Oak This is the second attempt at
Ranch to pick up his daughter a trial in his case. County
from his estranged wife, Amy. Judge Mark Yerman declared a
In her opening statements, mistrial May 17, 2006, after
Assistant State Attorney Hollie prosecutors failed to give
Worley said of White's actions, White's attorneys some evi-
"This is a case about anger. This. dence before the trial began.
is a case about taking responsi- If convicted of the charges,
ability " White faces a maximum of six
Worley argued White had months in jail.

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TALLAHASSEE - The
head of the State University
System announced Monday
plans for a task force to take on
Florida A&M University's per-
sistent financial troubles, but
at least two state lawmakers
called for a criminal investiga-
tion.
Chancellor Mark Rosenberg
said the Board of Governors
will draw on experts from
throughout the system it over-
sees to help Florida A&M deal
with financial and control
issues cited in a preliminary
state audit released Friday It
is the latest in a series of
audits that have turned up
similar problems throughout
the years.
The decision came after
consultation with school's
interim president, Castell
dent, James Ammons, and
Florida A&M Board of
!Trustees chairwoman Challis
Lowe.
Ammons, who will take his
new post in July, said in a
,statement that the university
owes it to its students, their
parents, alumni, legislators
and other supporters to
restore the school's fiscal
integrity.
"They must have confidence
that the resources they pro-
vide and entrust in us will be
managed and handled proper-
ly," said Ammons, now chan-
cellor at North Carolina
Central University.
The task force announce-
ment, though, was insufficient
for Sens. Ronda Storms, R-
Brandon, and Jeremy Ring, D-
Margate, the Tallahassee
Democrat reported on its Web
site Monday.
The lawmakers said at a
meeting of the Joint
Legislative Auditing
Committee that Florida A&M'
has had auditors and consult-
ants before, and it was time for
the attorney general's office
and Florida Department of
Law Enforcement to get
involved.
"I'm getting the sense that
this is over our heads and
needs to go to the attorney gen-
eral's office," Ring said. "This
is beginning to sound like
Enron to me."
The. committee's chair-
woman, Sen. Gwen Margolis,
D-Aventura, took a more cau-
tious approach. She noted the
audit findings are not final and


the university has 30 days to
respond.
Driving restrictions
A House committee voted down
a proposal to limit the number of
underage passengers a driver
under the age of 18 could have in
the car.
Florida law currently does not
limit the number of passengers an
underage driver may carry in his or
her vehicle.
Rep. Kelly Skidmore, D-Boca
Raton, thought there should be a
limit. She pointed to statistics from
the National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration that shows that half
of all crash deaths that involve 16-
year-old drivers occur when begin-
ners drive with teenage passen-
gers.
"What I hoped to do is limit the
number of kids who are dying in
crashes. Every single day we hear
about it and we need to do some-
thing," Skidmore said.
But Skidmore faced opposition
from members of the House
Infrastructure Committee who were
concerned about enforcement
issues.
Skidmore's bill originally would
have limited the number of under-
age passengers to just one. In an
effort to ease the concerns of
,opponents, she offered to amend
the bill to allow up to two passen-
gers in a car.
Despite her willingness to com-
promise, she was unable to get
enough votes to move the bill for-
ward in the committee process.
Martinez-dedication
Gov. Charlie Crist dedicated
the Department of Environmental
Protection complex in the capital
as the Bob Martinez Center.
Martinez, a Tampa Republican,
is credited with pushing through a
number of environmental issues
during his term as governor from
1987 to 1991.
Among his accomplishments
was passing legislation in 1990 to
create Preservation 2000, a $3
-billion environmental land acquisi-
tion program and predecessor to
the current Florida Forever pro-
gram that is designed to preserve
environmentally sensitive lands.
A bill that named the DEP com-
plex after Martinez was passed
by last year's Legislature and
signed into law by former-Gov.
Jeb Bush.
"I wanna thank you, not only
when I served as governor, but as
a citizen of Florida for all that you
have done and continue to do to
be sure that our natural resources
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R. Brian
Bellcase, 48
HOMOSASSA
R. Brian Bellease, 48,
Homosassa, died Saturday,
March 17, 2007, in Crystal
River.
Born Nov. 26,1958, in Mobile,
Ala., to Robert L. Bellcase and
Barbara J. Wyrosdic Bellcase,
he moved to this area 37 years
ago from Venice.
Mr. Bellcase was a commer-
cial crabber.
He was a graduate of Crystal
River High School and a mem-
ber of First United Methodist
Church of Homosassa.
Survivors include his son,
Ryan Bellcase of Wauchula;
granddaughter, Ryanna
Bellcase of Spring Hill; par-
ents, Bob and Barbara Bellcase
of Homosassa; three brothers,
Gene Bellcase of Ocala, Jeff
Bellcase of Crystal River and
Spencer Bellcase of Ocala;
grandmother, Martha Wyrosdic
of Mobile, Ala.; several aunts
and uncles; and one niece and
four nephews.
Wilder Funeral Home,
Homosassa Springs.
Donald Brotz, 78
BEVERLY HILLS
Donald Russell Brotz, 78,
Beverly Hills, died Friday,
March 16, 2007, in Lecanto.
Mr. Brotz was born Nov 22,
.1928, in Detroit, Mich., to
Russell Brotz and Mary Julia
Kaiser.
He was a computer program-
mer for General Motors.
He enjoyed walking and
cycling.
He was preceded in death by
his wife, Ruth Anne Brotz and
son, Robert Allen Brotz on
March 20, 1999; and Danny
Brotz, brother, in Vietnam.
Survivors include two sons,
Francis Joseph Brotz of Peoria,
Ariz., and Kenneth James Brotz
of Macomb, Mich.; two daugh-
ters, Julie Anne Gentes of
Beverly Hills and Theresa
Marie Gravilla of Gaylord,
Mich.; sister, Linda Dale of
Calhoun, Tenn.; nine grand-
children; and seven great-
grandchildren.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Beverly Hills.
Katherine
Benton, 94
BEVERLY HILLS
Katherine Blake Benton, 94,
Beverly Hills, died Friday,
March 16, 2007, in the Hospice
House of Citrus County
A native of Westerly, R.I., she


OBITUARIES


was born Jan. 14, 1913, to
Alexander and Charlene Blake
and moved here in 1985 from
Vineland, N.J.
She was a
homemaker
and an ele-
mi e n t a r y
school teacher.
Mrs. Benton also served in
the U.S. Coast Guard.
Mrs. Benton and her late
husband, David B. Benton,
were very active members of
the Shepherd of The Hills
Episcopal Church in Lecanto.
Her affiliations included the
Coast Guard Waves, Citrus
County Historical Society, VFW
Auxiliary and the Brough Clan
of Scotland.
Survivors include two
daughters, Paula Blake Jasko
of Lumberton, N.J., and
Dorothy Blake Githens of
Gibbsboro, N.J.; one brother,
Lyman R. Blake of Milford,
N.H.; four grandchildren; and
two great-grandchildren.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home
with Crematory, Inverness.
Thomas
Colombrito Jr., 77
TALLAHASSEE
Thomas A. Colombrito Jr., 77,
Tallahassee, died Saturday,
March 17, 2007. '
The son of Gaetano and
Agatha Privitera Colombrito,
he moved to Florida in 1947.
Prior to his retirement, Mr.
Colombrito was employed with
National Wine and Liquor in
Palm Beach County as the vice
president and general manager
He was a member of the
Good Shepherd Catholic
Church.
He was preceded in death by
four sisters, Carol Fantasia,
Angela Grasso, Phyllis Pignato
and Dominica Pace; and three
brothers, Phillip, John and
Joseph Colombrito.
Surviving are his wife, Mary
Colombrito; two daughters,
Stephanie Carman Durr and
husband Richard of Wellington
and Claire C. Davis and hus-
band Brian of Tallahassee; one
son, Thomas A. Colombrito III
of Orlando; one sister, Anna
Longombardi of Naples; eight
grandchildren; four great-
grandchildren; and several
nieces and nephews.
Abbey-Riposta Funeral
Home, Tallahassee.

Mary Hall, 77
INVERNESS
Mary Lee Sehy Armstrong
Hall, 77, Inverness, died
Sunday, March 18,2007.


Born Sept. 10, 1929, in Flint,
Mich., to David Leo and Lillian
Miner Sehy, she moved here
from Orlando in 1966 with her
husband Leo and their eight
children.
Mrs. Hall was a clerk at
Lassiters Grocery Store in
Hernando for many years.
She was a member of Leroy
Rooks VFW Ladies Auxiliary
and Red Hat Society and she
enjoyed reading, traveling the
world and her family
She was Catholic.
Survivors include five sons,
David Armstrong and wife
Peggy of Tampa, Richard
"Dickie" Armstrong and wife
Jackie of Hernando, Dan
Armstrong and wife Marlena
and Robert "Bob" Armstrong
and wife Florene both of
Inverness and Dennis
Armstrong of Elgin, Ill.; three
daughters, Lynn Weed of
Inverness, Bonnie Emmons of
Floral City and Lita Russell
and husband Gary of
Inverness; 14 grandchildren;
and 14 great-grandchildren.
.Hooper Funeral Home,
Inverness.
George
Paulding II, 90
HERNANDO
George Bartlett Paulding II,
90, of Citrus Hills, Hernando,
died Monday, Feb. 26, 2007, at
the Sunrise Assisted Living
Center in
Oakland, Calif.
Mr. Paulding
was born
March 4, 1916,
in Brooklyn,
N.Y, to Harold and Alice
(Yates) Paulding and moved
here in 1989 from Roswell, Ga.
Mr. Paulding retired from
Asarco Mining as an engineer
with 34 years of service.
He served in the U.S. Navy


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Burial: Memorial Gardens
KATHERINE BENTON
Memorial Service: 11am, March 24th
Shepherd of the Hills Church
GEORGE PAULDING
Memorial Service: 2:30pm,
Thursday, March 22
Florida National Cemetery
SALLY TOMPKINS
Arrangements Pending
ROBERT HALL
Private Cremation Arrangements
FRANCIS LOVETT, Jr.
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ROBERT MCGINN
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during World War II.
He was a member of the
Inverness Elks Lodge BPOE
No. 2522 and the Citrus Hills
Golf and Country Club.
He was Protestant.
He was preceded in death by
his wife, Lillian Paulding, Oct.
19, 2002; and his brother, John
Paulding, April 6, 1998.
Survivors include one son,
George B. "Bart" Paulding III of
Piedmont, Calif; one brother,,
James Paulding of Ponte Vedra
Beach; and three grandchil-
dren, Joseph, Samuel and Tracy.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home
with Crematory, Inverness.
Mary
Simmons, 76
HERNANDO
Mary Janet Simmons, 76,
Hernando, died Sunday, March
18, 2007, in Sebring.
Born Friday, Dec. 12, 1930, in
Caryville, a
daughter of
Lester Stever-
son and Cora
Bee Worley, she
came here from
Tampa in 1980.
Mrs. Simmons was a retired
secretary, a U.S. Army veteran
and a member of Leroy Rooks
VFW Post 4252 of Hernando.
She was Baptist.
Her husband, Alfred Blair
Simmons Sr., preceded her in
death Sept. 24, 2000.
Survivors include two sons,
Alfred B. Simmons Jr. of Avon
Park and Richard W Simmons
of Dunedin; daughter, Janice
M. Terepka of Largo; two sis-
ters, Juanita Freeman of
Dunedin and Debbie Dean of
Live Oak; seven grandchildren;
and seven great-grandchildren.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Inverness.


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Sally
Tompkins, 63
HERNANDO
Sally M. Tompkins, 63,
Hernando, died Sunday, March
18, 2007, at
home under
the care of her
family and Her-
nando-Pasco
Hospice.
A native of
Alexandria,
Va., she was
born Oct. 22,
1943, to Wyman TornpkiIns
and Ernestine
Donaldson and moved to
Pinellas County, where she
resided for 55 years before
moving to Citrus County in
1999.
Mrs. Tompkins worked for
more than 35 years as an
administrator in the brokerage
business, having been
employed by Merrill Lynch and
Raymond James Corporations.
During that tenure, she was
president of Penn Mutual
Funds.
She was a volunteer for the
Citrus Memorial Auxiliary and
the Guardian Ad Litem pro-
gram.
Mrs. Tompkins loved to
spend time with her family and
travel.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 35 years, W Bart
Tompkins Jr. of Hernando; two
daughters, Kathleen Rutledge
and husband Michael of Willis,
Texas, and Traci Jeter and hus-
band Jim of St. Petersburg;
brother, Michael Donaldson of
Los Angeles, Calif.; sister, Anne
Laidlaw of Baltimore, Md.; five
grandchildren, Taylor, Shelly,
Stacy, Bart and Chelsea; and
two great-grandchildren.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home


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with Pastor Mark Whittaker
officiating. Family will receive
friends from 1 p.m. until 1:45
p.m. Tuesday at Wilder Funeral
Home, Homosassa Springs.


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LHS JROTC cadet stands out


SUE CAMILLO/Special to the Chronicle
The Withlacoochee Chapter of the Sons of the American
Revolution selected JROTC Cadet Brittany Swan as its outstand-
ing cadet in Hernando and Citrus counties. From left are: Jack
Townsend, Swan and Dr. Randy Moody.


Student will

compete at

state level
Special to the Chronicle

The Withlacoochee Chapter
of the Sons of the American
Revolution selected JROTC
Cadet Brittany Swan as its out-
standing cadet in Hernando
and Citrus counties. During its
Feb. 3 meeting at the Inverness
Golf and Country Club, Swan
was presented with the SAR
outstanding JROTC medal, a
certificate, and a check in the
amount of $300.
Swan was nominated to
compete for the award on the
local level by Lt. Colonel
Michael H. Harmes, U.S. Army


Audience revels in CMHS


Salute to Citrus County


he Third Annual Citrus
Memorial Health System
Salute to the Community
was an overwhelm-
ing success out at the
Curtis Peterson
Auditorium last
week
From its humble
beginning of just 25
beds to the huge
complex in down-
town Inverness, the
hospital has been Ruth:
meeting community
needs for 50 years.
The celebration COMM
featured songs of the
'50s and '60s, a favorite era for
a lot of Citrus County residents,
including this columnist.
Bob Crosby took to the stage
and introduced the first set:
Rocky and the Rollers, a clas-
sic rock and roll band who per-
formed on the "American Band
Stand" TV show that many of
us hurried home from school to
watch in that fabulous era of
the '50s. This band helped
bring fame to other legendary
entertainers, including Chuck
Berry, Fabian, The Drifters, Bo
Diddley and the wild one -
Jerry Lee Lewis.
We heard a Sonny and Cher
favorite, "I Love You More
Today Than Yesterday," as well
as "Dream Lover," a Bobby
Darin hit, and "Hold Me," and
Bill Haley and the Comets'
"Rock Around the Clock" The
drums, keyboard, sax and gui-
tar for this set brought it all
back to our bobby sox, saddle
oxford days.
Jay Seigel and the Tokens
were next on the bill. A great
doo-wop group of the '60s had


the audience joining in on the
chorus of "The Lion Sleeps
Tonight." This talented group
arranges and pro-
duces albums for
artists, as well.
We rocked in our
,7 . seats to the beat of

Reeves, co-founder
and original singer
with The Shirelles,
thrilled us with her
Levi-ns vocals and charming
"' wit. She performed
UNITY one of my favorites,
-- "Will You Still Love
Me Tomorrow." An upbeat ver-
sion of "Dedicated to the One I
Love" brought thunderous
applause from the audience.
She closed her set with
"Soldier Boy," dedicated to our
servicemen.
Following intermission, the
legendary Sonny Turner of the
world-famous Platters pranced
about the stage regaling us
with fascinating tidbits about
the group. A Vocal Hall of
Famer, he performs on radio
shows and public television
and is dedicated to the Truth in
Music Project that is sponsor-
ing a bill that would help pro-
tect entertainers of original
groups, such as the Platters,
from identity theft from other
so-called groups claiming to be
original Platters, Drifters,
Coasters, etc.
A charming showman, he
endeared himself to the audi-
ence with his first number, "I
Love You 1000 Times." An
astute dancer, we marveled at
his energetic moves. Decked
out in a radiant white suit with


How will
CHMS top this
fantastic show
next year?

studded rhinestones, he was
every inch the consummate
entertainer performing the
hauntingly beautiful "Twilight
Time."
Showing off his gold micro-
phone, which he admitted his
fans had bought with the pur-
chase of such famous Platters
hits as "The Great Pretender,"
he began an interchange with
Mayor Bob Plaisted of
Inverness who was seated near
the stage with a friend, before
beginning his signature song
"The Magic Touch."
Memories flowed as he sang
"Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" and
"With This Ring."
Appropriately, he closed out
the set to standing ovation
applause with "My Prayer,"
which was dedicated to the
troops.
For an encore after three
standing ovations, he sang
"Only You," a Platters stan-
dard.
How will CHMS top this fan-
tastic show next year?
As Bob Hope said, "Thanks
for the memory."

Ruth Levins participates in a
variety of projects around the
community. Let her know
about your group's upcoming
activities by writing to P.O. Box
803, Crystal River, FL 34423.


(retired), her senior JROTC
instructor who in his nomina-
tion letter stated that he nomi-
nated Swan to compete for the
award based on her outstand-
ing character traits, natural
leadership ability, excellent
academic record and partici-
pation in community and
school affair activities.
Kelly Tyler, principal of
Lecanto High School, de-
scribed Swan in her recom-
mendation letter to the Withla-
coochee Chapter's JROTC
Committee as a hard working,
disciplined, intelligent young
woman who has excelled in
her college preparatory aca-
demics, and has extensively
participated in extracurricular
activities.
An additional required crite-
ria for the outstanding JROTC
cadet is that the candidate


must write an essay of at least
500 words expressing the bene-
fits and lessons a candidate for
the award has experienced
participating in the JROTC
program.
Swan's credentials and essay
have been forwarded to the
Florida State JROTC commit-
tee of the Florida SAR, which
will judge her credentials and
essay in competition with can-
didates selected by 28 Florida
State Sons of the American
Revolution chapters. The
Florida SAR first place winner
will receive $1,000 and will
compete in the National
JROTC SAR contest.
The outstanding JROTC con-
test is limited to JROTC cadets
who are in their third year of
high school.
Swan is the daughter of Ms.
Susanna Swan.


KYLE GREENEISpecial to the Chronicle
County Commissioner Gary Bartell throws the ceremonial
first pitch March 10 at the Central Citrus Little League
opening ceremonies at Central Ridge Park in Holder.




Lake levels major


topic for TOOFAR


Special to the Chronicle

Come hear about Lake Tsala
Apopka levels and the opera-
tion of lake structures at
TOOFAR's general meeting at
7 p.m. Thursday at the East
Citrus Community Center on
State Road 44 approximately
four miles east of Inverness.
Mike Bartlett, structure con-
trol supervisor, SWFWMD, will
be the speaker This promises
to be an informative and edu-
cational presentation.
Before the meeting, light
refreshments will be served.
Anyone interested in local


water issues is encouraged to
attend. All meetings are free
and open to the public. Call
TOOFAR at 726-5004 or visit its
Web site: toofarinc.com for
additional information. Office
hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Tuesday to Thursday
TOO FAR is a grass roots
organization concerned with
improving the quality of our
water,; maintaining water lev-
els, preventing water transfer
to other areas, and educating
the public about these issues.
Please show your support for
these issues by attending this
meeting.


News -:7TES

Education Luncheon
at Woman's Club
Through its efforts to help
support our communities, the
Yankeetown-lnglis Woman's
Club will hold its annual
Education Salad Luncheon at
noon Wednesday at 5 56th St.
in Yankeetown. More than 30
salads, drinks and dessert will
be offered for a donation of $6.
This donation will include draw-
ings for more than 15 door
prizes. Tickets will be available
for chances on a quilt started by
deceased member Vi Bauer and
completed by Helen Siegel and
a painting by local artist Dot
Cason.
All proceeds will fund a proj-
ect for Yankeetown School, so
come enjoy some great food
and prizes while supporting your
communities. To make reserva-
tions or for further information,
contact Mary Kay Merchant at
447-0639 or Eleanor Berkley at
447-3899.
Fishing club to have
flea market
Beverly Hills Fishing Club flea
market joins the Beverly Hills
Recreation Center on Saturday.
All merchandise donations are
to be brought to the recreation
center Friday between 1 and 8
p.m. There will be volunteers to
help. If you need assistance for
heavier or larger items, call
Gene Zuelch 527-3007 or Nick
DeCostanzo 746-4236.
Small items may be accepted
between 8 and 9:30 a.m.
Saturday.
Let's make this project a huge
success.
Gospel Concert
to benefit children
Community Gospel Concert
featuring Royal City Family
Ministries will be at 7 p.m.
Friday at the First United
Methodist Church, 21501 W.
State Road 40, Dunnellon. The
concert will benefit the
Dunnellon Project Backpack.
"Food-4-Kids" outreach pro-
gram.
Admission is a love offering or
any food items that are listed.
Bring one or more of the food
items: 10- to 18-ounce jars of
peanut butter, 12-ounce cans of
Spam, 10- to 18-ounce jars of
jelly, 10.75-ounce cans of soup,
15-ounce cans of pasta, 6- or 12-
ounce cans of tuna. It is best to
bring peanut butter and jelly in
plastic jars and cans with pull top.
First United Methodist
Church, Holy Faith Episcopal
Church, Community Congre-
gational Christian Church,
Peace Lutheran Church, Revival
Fire International Church,
Romeo Baptist Church, Springs
Presbyterian Church and St.
Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic
Church are hosting the concert
in cooperation with the outreach
program.
For information about the
gospel concert or the outreach
program, call (352) 489-4026.
Path to host annual
garage sale
Come support The Path res-
cue mission at the annual
garage sale, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Saturday, March 31, at the
Inverness Beall's. Explore
donated treasures. Drinks, hot
dogs and baked goods will be
available.

Pet bo , GHT

Country boy


Special to the Chronicle
Jimmy loves to ham it up for
pictures. He belongs to
Mandy George, but stays on
Debbie and Rick Grafton's
farm.


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* Early submission of timely material is appreciated, but mul-
tiple publications cannot be guaranteed.


* Submit material at Chronicle offices in Inverness or Crystal
River; by fax at 563-3280; or by e-mail to community@
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* News notes tend to run one week prior to the date of an
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* Expect notes to run no more than twice.


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Area Basketball Tournament on Jan. 20 against teams from Sumter, Hernando, Pasco and Pinellas counties. At the State Tournament, the Gators competed
against teams from Jackson County and Miami-Dade County. They defeated the Miami-Dade team, but lost by four points to the Jackson County team to finish
with silver medals for their efforts. From left are: Ron Smith, head coach; Meghan McDavid; Mike Robinson; Sean Cooper; Matt Waldron; Bridgette Interest; Jess
Berry; Josh Burgess; Erica Guest; Chris Stallins; Chase Turner; and Lenny Kemp, assistant coach.
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.721 AnalogDev 35.53 +.20
.63e AnglogdA 44.26 +.38
1.18 Anheusr 50.03 +.39
.' AnnTaylr 38.78 +.18
.57e Annaly 14.25 +.31
.60 AonCorp 38.25 +.31
.60 Apache 68.31 +1.00
2.40 Aptlnv 56.00 +.96
.17 ApplBio 30.05 +.51
.46 AquaAm 22.10 +.31
.. Aquia 4.15 +.08
.50 ArcelorMit 49.85 -.20
.24 ArchCs 30.17 +.44


.46f ArchDan 34.23 +.72
1.81f ArchstnSm 54.14 +.74
1.10a Ashland 63.52 +.52
.68 AsdEstal 14.00 +.05
1.72e AstraZen 55.47 -.03
1.28 ATMOS 32.00 +.26
... AlwoodOcn 54.08 +2.37
.92 AutoData 48.24 +,11
Avaya 11.67 +.10
.. Aventinen 15.26 +.34
. Avnet 36.30 +.32
.741 Avon 37.04 -.52
1.68 BB&TCp 41.04 +.49
.77e BHPBilILt 45.49 +1.35
BISYS 11.10 -.44
.20 BJSvcs 27.36 +.37
BMCSft 31.04 +.08
2.36e BPPLC 60.10 +.53
2.481 BRT 30.20 +.33
.52 BakrHu 63.91 +1.17
.40 BallCp 45.95 +.73
74e BcBilVArg 23.92 +.50
1.33e BcoBrades 38.08 +1.30
.92e Bncoltau 34.68 +1.26
2.24 BkofAm 50.37 +,75
.88 BkNY 39.47 +.45
2.39e Barclay 53.35 -.15
.22 BanickG 28.48 +.39
.52 BauschLIf 48.79 -.72
.67f Baxter u52.06 +.70
2.16 BaytexEgn 16.79 +.11
1.281 BearSt 147.12 +1.64
BeanngPf 7.39
.40 BeazrHm 32.55 +.18
.40 BestBUy 47,61 -.24
.. BgLots u31.48 +87
.50a Bioval 21.59 +.76
1.361 BIkHillsCp 36.50 +.36
.465a SBIk.08 14.51
.54 BlockdHR 21.05 +.17
..Blockbstr 7.11 -.01
.58e BlueChp 6.00 -.03
1.401 Boeing 90.32 +.32
.44 Borders 21.05 +.49
.. BostBeer 34.11 +.71
2.72a BostPrep 118.01 +1.34
.. BostonSoi 15.05 +.22
.36 Brinkers 31.81 +.05
1.12 BrMySq 26.94 +.12
.76 BdkldPrp 40.69 +.44
.60 Brunswick 31.60 +.03
.47e Buenavnt 29.77 +.80
1.00 BuriNSF 79.80 -.02
.16 CAInc 25.78 +.56
.. CBRIiss 34.54 +1.02
.. CBOT u196.71 +6.71
.881 CBSB 30.65 +.44
2.16 CHEngy 46.98 +.46
.10 CIGNA 143.94 +1.61
1.001 CITGp 51.35 +.16
.20 CMSEng 17.19 +.16
.48 CSSInds 34.20 +.35
.48 CSXs 39.95 -.16
.201 CVSCp 33.14 +.20
10.00e CablvNYs 30.18 +.18
.241 CabotO&G 67.92 +1.37
., CalgonIf u8.02 +.37
.28 CallGof 15.92 +.60
.20f Camecogs 38.51 +1.65
.. Cameron u60.47 +1.94
.80 CampSp 39.48 +.54
.84 CdnNRyg 44.47 +.97
.34f CdnNRsg 51.70 +1.07
2.28 Canetcg 12.66 +.28
.11 CapOne 75.64 +.69
2.321 CaitSrce 23.95 -.16
1.26 CapMpfB 12.84 +.14


.36 CardnlHIth 72.08 +1.22
.40a CaremkRx 62.67 +.29
.. CarMax 54.07 +3.07
1.10 Carnival 45.92 +.37
1.20 Caterpillar 64.17 +1.01
.16 Celanese 30.22 +.10
.67e Cemexs 32.68 +.28
.681 CenterPnt 17.68 +.22
.16 Centex 43.41 +.08
.261 CntyTel 44.08 +.36
... ChmpE 9,40 -.08
.01 Checkpnt 19.48 +,23
.20 Chemtura 10.84 +.15
.24 ChesEng 30.27 +,70
2.08 Chevron 69.38 +1.30
3.441 ChiMec 530.25 +43.25
... Chicos 22.05 -.08
.09e ChinaLfes 42.00 +1.84
.82e ChinaMble 46.46 +1.85
.. Chiquita 13.35 -.17
1.16f Chubbs 50,00 +.33
.. CinciBell 4.65 +.01
.16 CirCity 17.77 +.14
2.161 Cilto 50.06 +.53
1.00 CitzComm 14.41 +.10
.40 ClairesSirs 30.76 +.12
.75 ClearChan 35.64 +.48
1.24 Clorox 62.39 +.16
.. Coach 49.35 +.58
.24 CocaCE 20.20 -.03
1.36f CocaCI 47.33 +.12
. Coeur 3.95 -.17
1.44f ColgPal 65.38 +.28
.54 Collntin 8.34 +.01
.52f CmcBNJ 32.94 -.11
.36f CmndMis 28.90 +1.04
... ComScop 42.82 +.72
... CmtvHtt 34.78 -2.02
.54e CVRDs 36.45 +,99
.54e CVRDpfs 30.91 +.94
.. CompSci 50.92 +.28
.72 ConAgra 24.36 +.01
1.64f ConocPhil 65.65 +.31
.. Conseco 17.30 -.01
.28 ConsolEs 37.18 +1.11
2.32f ConEd 49.05 +.44
ConstellA 19.25 -.02
1.741 ConstellEn 83.75 +.17
CtlAirB 38.28 +1.45
.. Cnvrgys 25.19 +.21
.841 Coopers 46.35 +.40
.42 CooperTire 17.91 +.34
Coming 22.45 +.68
.29e CorusGr 23.45 -.01
.60 CntwdFn 35.25 +.29
CovenbtyH 55.84 +.92
... CrwnCstle 33.28 +.26
1.44 Cummins 142.27 +3.80
CypSem 18.40 -.36

.64 DCTIndIn 11.80 -.19
.78 DNPSelct 11.12 +.03
1.041 DPL 30.00 +.01
.60 DR Horton 22.87 +.04
2.12 DTE 46.82 +.51
1.82e DaimlrC u74.70 +2.76
,08 Danaher 71.58 +.59
.46f Darden 40.67 +1.24
15.00e DeanFds 46.46 +28
1.76 Deere 112.79 +2.75
2.64f DevDv 63.45 +.94
.56f DevonE 65.18 +.79
.50a DiaOffs 78.42 +2.30
... DicksSprt 55.74 +.76
... DirecTV 22.38 +.34
..1f Disney 34.09 +.48
.20 DdlarG 21.10


2.84f DomRes 86.21 +1.24
... Domtarg 9.63 +.23
1.04 DonlleyRR 35.66 +.31
... DoralFn 1.56 -.12
.74 Dover 47.90 +.40
1.50 DowChm 45.24 -01
1.48 DuPont 50.86 +.90
.84 DukeEgys 19.69 +.13
1.90 DukeRlty 43.78 +.63
1.00 DuqUght 19.80 +.03
... Dynegy 8,71 +.20
... EMCCo 13.05 +.06
.361 EOGRes 66.78 +1.14
1.76 EastChm 61.41 +1.05
.50 EKodak 23.16 +.12
1.721 Eaton 83.91 +1.39
.46 Ecolab 43.00 +.84
1.16 Edisonlnt 48.97 +.59


.16 EPasoCp 14.04 +.19
.. Elan 13.01 -.09
.20 EDS 27.57 +.07
2.00 Embarq n 53.75 -.01
1.05 EmemsnEs 42.92 +.69
1.28 EmpDist 24.33 +.23
3,70 EnbrEPts 53.87 +.40
.40 EnCana 47.65 +1.73
3.29e Endesa 51.13 +.08
1.20 EgyEast 24.10 -.06
... EnPro 36.89 +.17
.10 ENSCO 53.19 +1.97
2.16 Entergy 100.65 +.67
1.00f Eqtylnn 15.95 +.15
1.85f EqtyRsd 48.00 +.37
.50f EsteeLdr 47,99 +.15
1.76 Exelon 66.71 +.93
1.28 ExxonMbl 71.10 +1.24
1.64f FPLGrp 59.80 +.20
.24 FactselR 64.70 -1.88
... FairchldS 17.07 -.15
.46f FamDIrif 29.25 +.31


1.601 FannieMIf 54.69 +.90
.36 FedExCp 112.48 +1.34
.24 FedSignl 15.57 +.20
.51 FedrDSs 44.99 +.63
2.00 Ferrellgs 22.97 -.11
.58 Ferro 20.95 +.60
.20 FidNlnfo 43.81 +.28
.881 FslAmCp 52.16 +.38
.12 FirslDatas 24.47 -.20
1.63e FstRnFd 13.95 -.02
1.60 FtTrRFd 17.90 +.12
... FstFed 57.14 +1.38
2.001 FRrlEngy 63.53 +.42
.60 RaRock 66,85 +.14
.80 Fluor 90.62 +2.55
.50 FootLockr 22.65 +.56
... FordM 7.82 +.27
.. ForestLab 51.25 +.70


... Fortress n 25.74
1.56 FortuneBr 78.51 +.50
.60 FrankRes 116.95 +2.39
2.00 FredMac 60.06 +.54
1.25a FMCG 62.44 +1.73
.48f Fremont 8.07 -.83
.20 FiedBR 5.21 +.07
.12 FrontOils 32.00 +.65
.64 FumBrds 15.72 +.28

.961 GATX 46.70 +.13
,80a GabelliET 9.66 +.02
.72 GabUtil 994 +.03
.. Galsan d24.89 -.26
... GameStops27.21 +.49
1.24 Gannett 55.95 +.19
.32 Gap 17.46 -.04
. Gartner u23.16 +.60
... Gateway 2.40 +.15
. Genentch 82.78 +1.30
... GnCable u54.53 +2.71
1.16f GenDyns 78.32 +.77


1.12 GenElec 34.67 +.31
1.64 GnGrthPip 65.21 +.91
1.48 GenMills 56,47 +.39
1.00 GnMotr 29.09 -.08
1.31 GMdb32B 20.55 -.08
1.56 GMdb33 22.25 -.14
.. Gensco 42.60 +3.00
.36 Genworh 34.54 +.37
1.50 GaPi8-44 25.50 +.14
.61e Gerdaus 16.90 +.41
1.80e GlaxoSKin 54.79 +.24
.90 GobalSFe 60.92 +1.83
.28e GoldFLtd 17.35 +.24
.18 Goldcrpg 24.20 +.24
1.40 GoldmanS 202.44 +3,44
.80 Goodrich 50.79 +.62
... Goodyear u29.88 +1.62
... GralTech u8.97 +.37


. GranlPrde 46.99 +1.55
1.66 GIPlainEn 31.36 +.47
1.12 GMP 34.31 -.09
... Griffon 24.41 +.16
.16e GpTelevisa 27.88 +.11
.75e GuangRy 29.62 +.42
.24 Guesss 41.12 +1.62
.40 HCCIns 30.09 +.33
.30 Hallibtns 32.40 +.34
... HancFab 1.70 +.45
.93e HanJS -14.47 -.09
.47 HanPtDiv 9.02
.58 HanPtDv2 11.46 +.04
Hanesbrdn 27.57 +.56
Hanover 22.02 +.39
.301 Hanoverns 45.11 +.15
2.11e Hanson 78.35 +.96
.84 HarleyD 61.54 +.76
HarmonyG 14.08 +.36
1.60 HarrahE 83.82 +.24
2.00 HartfdFn 95.63 +1.47
4.56 HarvstEng 24.01 +.47


.64f Hasbro 29.51 +.35
1.24 HawaiiEl 25.51 +.17
1.781 HlthCrPr 36.72 +.30
2.8Be HItCrREIT 44.30 +.42
10.00e HIIMgs u11.16 +.09
2.64a HllhcrRty 36.36 +.37
... HealthNet 54.93 +.75
... HedaM 8.34 +.25
1.40 Heinz 46.30 +.24
.. HelixEn 35.05 +1.19
. HellnTel 14.04 +.08
.18 HelmPays 29.35 +.99
... Hercules 20.27 +.24
.40 Hesss 52.51 +2.06
.32 HewlettP 40.21 +.30
1,70 HighwdPrp 41.05 +.14
.16 Hilton 34.02 +.93
.90 HomeDp 37.72 +.21


.80m HomeBanc 2.57 -.24
1.00f Honwlilln 47.21 +.27
Hospira 39.40 +.31
2.96 HospPT 45.12 -.12
.80a HostHods 26.88 +.58
HovnanE 26.51 -.09
Humana 58.86 +.63
40 Huntsmn 18.94 -.24
.07 AMGlIdg 7.41 -.13
.36e ICICIBk 38.15 +1.24
.12 IMSHIMh 28.79 +.26
.87e iShBrazil 46.33 +.97
.32e IShHK 15.75 +.38
.10e IShJapan 14.57 +.16
.20e iShMalasna 10.19 +.27
.31e iShSing 11.90 +.20
.31n iShTaiwan 13,91 +.24
1.31e iShChin25 100.13 +3.12
2.28e iShSP500 141.03 +1.70
1.58e iShEmMkt 112.80 +2,55
1.53e iShEAFE 74.38 +1.13
2.82e iShREst 86.32 +.86


iShSPSmI
iStar
Idacorp
Idearcn
ITWs
Imalion
ImpacMtg
Indymac
Infineon
Infrasrce
IngerRd
IngrmM
InputOut
IntegrysE
IntcntlEx
IBM
InlRav
InlGame
InlPap
IntRect
Interpublic
IronMtn s


66.72 +.67
45.81 +.15
33.29 +.05
34.00 +.40
51.27 +.86
40.06 +.39
4.94 -.15
27.42 -1.43
15.10 +.09
u29.83 +4.17
43.85 +.89
19.08 +.05
12.24 +.25
54.09 +.55
127.99 +1.61
93.99 +.74
46.08 -.14
39.79 +.71
35.70 +.40
40.30 +.16
12.43 +.01
26.42 +.10


1.36 JPMorqCh 47.58 +55
.28 Jabillf 25,94 -.15
.48 JacksnHew 31.26 -.02
.04 JanusCap 20.17 -.06
.50 Jefferies 25.97 +.92
1.50 JohnJn 60.73 +.22
1.32 JohnsnCI 95.03 +.26
1.00 KBHome 45.58 +.20
... KBRIncn 21.55 +.38
.48 Kaydon 41.54 +.41
. Keane 13.25 -.33
1.16 Kellogg 51.02 +.47
.64 Kellwood 30.50 -.74
1.461 Keycorp 37.46 +.57
1.901 KeySpan 41.00 +.26
2.12f KimbCIk 67.35 +.63
1.44 Kimco 49.19 +.70
3.321 KindME u52.35 +.69
... KingPhrm 19.09 +.23
... Kinross g 13.24 +.24
... Kohls 72.97 +1.01
1.00 Kraft 30.90 +.4Q
.... Kraftwi 30.60 +.39
.. KrispKrm 10.03 +.08
.301 Kroger u27.04 +.44
... LGPhilips 17.95 +1.00
,12e LLERy 2.34 +.01
..LSI LoL 10.14 +.05
1.50 LTCPip 25.47 +.57
.48 LaZBoy 14.01 +.25
...LabCp 71.30 +.44
1.46f Ladede 29.99 +.11
... LVSands 87.69 +1.05
.84 LeggMason 94.46 -.10
.68 LeggPlat 23.11 +.07
.601 LehmnBrs 72.30 +1.11
.64 LennarA 45.49 +.31
.25 LeucNa0s 28.83 -.32
.72e LbtyASG 5.36 +.06
1.70f LillyEli 52.68 +.50
.60 Limited 25.96 +.26
1.58 ULncNat 66.54 +.35
.26 Undsay 34.59 +.40
.23 UzClaib 43.35 +.53
1.40 LockhdM 98.97 +1.17
.25 Loewss u44.59 +.89
.92 LongvFbs 24.65 +.14
.60 LaPac 20.00 +.45
.20 Lowess 31.13 +.20
.90 Lyondell 30.72 +.76

2.40 M&TBk 116.32 +.32
1.361 MBIA 65.26 +.40


.54 MDURess 26.43 +.26
... MEMC 54.34 -.53
.48 MCR 8.52
1.00 MGIC 57.44 +.32
... Madeco 11.51 +.16
.76m Magnalg 74.12 +.14
.14 Manitows 61.05 +1.40
.80 Manuifgs 33.91 +.51
1.60 Marathon 95.50 +2.21
... MarinerEn 17.40 +.45
.25 MarintAs 48.29 +.86
.76 MarshM 28.93 +.08
... MStewrt 17.51 +.32
... MarvelE 28.29 +1.19
.88 Masco 27.79 +.27
.601 MasterCdn 106.89+1.62
... MaterialSci 10.40 +.20
.651 Mattel u27.66 -.05
.72 McClatchy 33.61 +.44
1.001 McDnlds 43.87 +.39
.821 McGrwH 63.43 +.51
.24 McKesson 56.60 +1.37
.92 MeadWvoe 29.78 +.47
.. MedcoHlth u70.74 +2.68
.12 Medicis 31.45 +.06
... Medifast 6.21 -.49
.44 Medtmic 49.18 +.31
.88 MellonFnc 42.00 +.45
1.52 Merck 43.42 +.33
Meritage 32.72 +.38
1.401 MerrilLyn 81.40 +1.50
.591 Mellife 62.55 +.78
McronT d11.27 -.17
2.421 MidAApt 55.45 +.65
Midas 21.60 +.36
Milacron .70 +.05
.Miipore 71.38 -.02
. MilsCp 25.10 +.08
... Mirant 38.56 +.26
.06e MitsuUFJ d11.09 -.16
MobileTel 53.61 +1.15
.50 Monsantos 53.22 +1.67
.321 Moodys 64.28 +1.08
1.08 MorgStan 75.02 +.61
5.47e MSEmMkt 25.59 +.44
.. Mosaic If 27.01 +.48
.20 Motorola 18.29 +.10
.24 MylanLab 19.52 +.10
. NCR Cp 47.80 +.07
.. NRG Egy u70.67 +1.01
.. NYSEGrp 83.28 +1.35
. Naborss 30.21 +.93
1.56 NalCity 36.39 +.36
1.20 NatFuGas 41.60 +.43
2.54e NatGrid 74.93 +.92
.. NOilVarco u75.35 +2.44
.16 NatSemi 24.70 -.17
.27 Navios 7.68 +.18
.21a NewAm 2.34
1.52 NJRscs 49.09 +.31
1.25 NPlanExl 33.30 +.09
1.00 NYCmtyB 17.10 +.01
.70 NY Times 23.95 +.02
.84 NewellRub 30.35 +.14
NewdExp. 40.49 +.55
.40 NewmtM 43.24 +.31
.. NwpkRsIf 6.54 +.07
.12 NewsCpA 22.78 +.35
.10 NewsCpB 24.19 +.42
.20 Nexengs 56.46 +1.61
.92 NiSource 23.91 +.15
1.86 Nicor 47.74 +.65
1.48 NikeB 108.32 +.85
.16 NobleCorp 76.58 +2.34
.30 NobleEn 57.52 +.88
.56e NokiaCp 22.16 +.31
.54f Nordstan 51.35 +.39


IA ME IC N ST C E C ANG


Div Name Last Chg
.42 AbdAsPac 6.33 +.04
.42 AdmRso 38.42 +1.17
. Adherxg .50
.. Adventrx 2.00 +.02
AlisChE 15.89 +.30
Alleonh d.10 -.01
.. Anooraqg u1.43 -.05
.. ApolioGg .51 -.01
.12 Arhyth 24.08 +3.46
.. AuroraOGn 2.26 +.14
.. BirchMtg 2.89 +.25
.. BoltTech u31.27 +.54


... BootsCts 2.09 +.06
... CanAroo 1.07 +.13
... Carderog 2.33 +.23
.36 CarverBcp 16.12 -.06
.. CeSci .71 +.04
... CheniereEn 30.02 +1.08
... ChurchVn u7.43 +,03
.401 ComSysif 10.65 -.19
.. CortexPh 2.31 +.20
.. CovadCm 1.13
... Crystal 3.05 -.05
2.54e DJIADiam 122.28 +1.23
... Dading u5.93 +.16


.76 EVInMu2 15.94 +.01 ... Halozyme 8.59 -.13
... EldorGldg 5.86 +.24 ... Harken .41
.62e BiswthFd 8.52 +.02 ... HooperH u4.42 -.03
... Enlnfrawt .62 +.02 ... iUncCom .67 +.06
... EgyMgnya 11.32 +.42 1.10e iSAstanya 25.21 +.37
... EvgmEnya 7.24 +.04 .28e iSCannya 25.23 +.27
.43 ROaPUtl 12.86 +.05 .51e iShGernya 27.70 +.38
.. FrontrDg 12.14 -.08 .46e iShMexnya 51.37 +1.32
.. GalaxyEn d.14 -.04 .70e iShSP100cbo64.45 +.76
. GascoEnqy 1.63 +.08 3.99e iSh20TB 89.66 -.19
... GoldSro 3.92 +.12 ... iShNqBio 73.65 +.67
.. GreyWolf 6.73 +.09 1.70e iSR1KVnya 82.04 +1.05
.. GpoSimec 11.00 -.12 .50e iSR1KGnya 55.27 +,57


1.28e iSR2KV nya 79.98 +1.03
25e iSR2KG nva 79.04 +.84
84e iShR2Knva 78.25 +.88
.83e iSRus3Knya81.77 +.86
.40 iMergent 19.65 -.60
. InUgSysh 4.07 +.13
.. JavelinPn 6.80 -.20
... JazzTchwt .90 +.01
... KodiakOgn 4.89 +.04
... LadThalFn 2.85 +.30
.12p MktVGoldn 38.85 +.49
... Menimac 9.64 -.13
. Metalline n 2.95 +.35


. MeroHlth 2.18 -.02
. Microisleth .50
. Miramar 4.28 +.02
. NOriong 4.05 -.09
... NthgtMg 3.50 +.05
1.24e OilSvHT 142.44 +3.79
... Oilsandsgn 2.99 -.05
.., On2Tech 1.35 +.08
... OverhillF 6.44 +.32
.. PainCare d.51 -.04
... PionDril 12.37 +.23
.17e PwSWIr 18.48 +.18
.72e PrUShS&Pn60.13 -1.39


.61e PrUShDown60.22 -1.15
5.42e PrUltQQQn79,93 +1.58
,57e PrUShQQQ n54.90 -1.02
. Qnstakeg d.14 -.01
. Rentech 2.54 -.10
2.73e RetailHT 100.68 +.90
. RioNarcg u3.61 +.10
.27e SpdrHome 34.00 +.32
.88e sTKbwRBn 47.70 +.25
.10e SpdrRetln 41.94 +.47
.37e SemiHTr 33.94 -.15
... ShangCnwl 1.66 -.09
2.60e SPDR 140.20 +1.67


1.00e SPMid 151.40 +1.67
.82e SP Mats 37.65 +.55
.46e SPHIthC 33.46 +.26
.52e SPCnSt 26.10 +.17
.35e SPConsum 37.87 +.55
.75e SPEnov 57.29 +.90
.80e SPFnd 35.25 +.23
.58e SPInds 35.50 +.25
.18e SPTech 23.10 +156
1.09e SPUtil 38.68 +28.
.. StlaMari 10.17 +.04
... Staarwl u2.05 +.15
. Stonepath .21 -.02


... StomCg 1.00 +.04
... Symtryun 7.95
... Taseko 2.55 -.08
... Telkonet 2.85 +.07
... Terremk 7.94 +.33
... TransGIb 3.93 -.04
... TmsmrEx 2.68 -.30
.. USGold n 4.00
... UlbaPtg 49.20 +.75
... USOilFdn 48.70 +.28
... Uanerzn 4.85 +.17
.. Virageneh .10 +.00
... Westmlnd 19.34 +.26


I NASDAQ NATIONAL MARKET


DIv Name Last Chg

.. ACMoore 20.68 +.18
.. ADCTelr 1622 -.14
.. AFCEnt 17.25 +.66
.. ASMLHId 23.57 -.11
.. ATPO&G 37.00 +.41
.. ATSMed 2.15 -.02
.. AVIBio 2.40 -.10
.. Aasrom 1.33 -.01
.. AcadlaPh 13.61 +6.92
... AccesslT 6.12 -.57
... AccHme 8.95-1.95
.. Accurayn 24.08 +.48
... AcmePcktn 14.82 +.74
... AcordaTh 18.92 +1.49
.. AcionSemi d6.73 -.04
. Activisn 17.54 +.47
.. AdamsResp30.22 +2.00
.. Adaptec 3.98 +.03
.. AdobeSy 40.24 +1.07
.. AdolorCp 7.75 +.05
.36 Adtran 23.62 +.07
.. AdvATech 6.86 -.13
... AdvEnid 21.10 +.30
... AdvEnv d1.43 -.14
.85 Advanta 37.78 +.21
1.02 AdvantB 41.38 +.03
.. Aeroilex 13.12 +.04
... Affymetrix 28.54 +.23
.. AgileSftlf 6.71 +.20
.12 Agilysys u23.00 +.96
.. AkamaiT 52.05 +.97
1.52e Akzo 74.11 +.33
.86 AlaskCom 14.77 -.11
.60 Aldila 16.17 +.10
... Alexion 39.00 -1,15
... AlignTech 16.38 +38
... Alkerm 15.38 +33
2.161 AlinceRes 34.68 +.05
.. Alscrts 26.30 +.23
... AtairNano 3.28 -.02
.. AlteraCpIl 20.64 -.18
.. Allris u32.86 +.02
. AmarinCp 2.40 -.17
.. Amazon 38.45 +.60
.. AmerBio 1.15 +.04
3.561 AmCapStr 44.47 +.60
.. ACmoLnn 33.15 +50
. AmerMed 20.68 +.41
.. AmSupr u1438 +34
.. Amgen d59.14 -.16
.. AmkorTIf 11.90 +.17
.. Amylin 37.64 +.07
Anadigc 12.50 -.03
.40 Anlogic 60.79 +.72
.. Analysis 1.83 +.01
.. AnlytSurh .81 +.09
.19 Andrsonss 40.48 +.52
.. Andrew 10.49 -.11
.. Angiotchg 6.07 +.06
.88e AngloAm 24.65 +71
.. ApolloGlf 45.15 +.21
2.04f Apollolnv 21.70 +.27
. Applelnc 91.13 +1.54
.221 Applebees 24.63 +.57
.. AppldDigl 1.52 +.02
. Apldlnov 3.37
.241 AoldMal 18.47 -.02
.. AMCC 3.36 +.04
.. aQuantive 26.00 +.21
.. ArenaPhm 11.29 -.28
.. AriadP 4.26 +.16
.. Aribainc 9.08 -.08
.60 ArkBest 36.12 -.11
.06e ArmHId 7.68 +.14
.. Aris 13.33 +.19
.. ArtTech 2.29 +.03
.. ArthroCr 35.36 +.64
.. AscentSol 7.78 -.31
.. AscnISIwtB ul.46 -.05
.. AspenTclf 12.43 -.09
1.16 AsscdBanc 33.81 +.08
.. AthrGnc d3.09 -4.74
.. Atheros 25.30 -.45
. Almellf 5.08 +.12


... Audible 11.06 +.13
.. AudCodes 6.77 -.07
.. Audvox 14.39 +.47
... Aulodesk I 37.83 +.43
... Avanex 1.80 -.02
... AvanirP 1.23 -.14
.. AviciSys 9.34
.AvdTch 32.90 +.02
.. AvoctCp 26.58 -.55
.. Aware 5.69 +.26
. Axcellis 7.50 +.02
... BEAero u32.45 -.90
.. BEASvsif 11.31 +.27
.. Baidu.com 96.57 +.82
.02 BnkUtd 21.28 -.31
.. BareEson 34.08 -.84
... BeaconP .81 +.04
.25 BeasleyB 9.00
.20 BebeStrs 17.48 +.43
... BedBath 39.65 +,57
. BigBandn u17.20 +.54
i.. ogenldc 44.40 +.85
... BioMarin 16.76 +.17
,30e Biometi 42.52 +.27
... Biomira 1.03 -.03
. Biopure .61 +.01
.56 BobEvn 36.68 +.27
.10 BonTon u56.65 +1.50
... Bookham 2.37 +.01
.. Borland 5.16 +.02
.361 BostPrv 28.80 +.45"
.. BrigExp 5.73 +.26
.. Brightpnt 10.25 -.11
.. Broadcom 33.61 -.51
.. BrcdeCm 9.89 +.20
.. BroncoDd 15.69 +.64
34a BrklneB 12.68 +.14
... BrooksAutou6.76 +.09
.. BrukBio 9.71 +.08
.20 Bucyruss 52.04 +.31
.. BufaloWW 59.47 +2.51
.. BusnObj 36.45 +.18
.. C-COR 12.80 +.37
.56 CBRLGrp 48.44 +.80
.. CDCCpA 8.94 +.09
.521 CDWCorp 61.45 +.89
.72 CH Robins 47.60 +.12
... CMGI 1.83 -.05
... CNET 8.36 +.07
.. CSGSys 24.95 +.37
.. CVThera 9.07 -.23
.. Cache Inc 18.32 +.46
... Cadence 20.56 +.19
.44f CalmsAst 22.33 +.01
.70 CapCtyBk 31.33 +.36
... CpstnTrb .85 +.02
.. CareerEd 29.68 +.24
... CasualMal 11.95 +.15
... Celgene 5329 +1.27
.. CellGens 2.81 -.05
... CenGardns 14.37 +.26
... CnGardAn 14.32 +.37
.. CentAI 44.73 +.05
... CentCas dB.67 -.78
... Cephn 66.07 +.70
... Cepheid 9.73 +.29
Ceradyne 56.52 +1.26
... Cemer 54.92 -.72
.. CerusCp 6.63 +.05
.40 Chaparralsu54.01 +1.23
.. ChrmSh 12.06 +.09
.. ChartCm 2.93 +.05
.. ChkPont 21.58 +.08
... ChkFree 35.63 +.36
.. Cheesecake 27.71 +.25
.. ChildPIcf 54.85 +.10
... ChinaBAKn 3.92 +10
... ChipMOS 7.20 +.05
.50 ChrchllD 43.81 +.08
... CienaCprs 25.50 +.44
1.421 CinnFin 42.93 +.27
.391 Cintas 40.04 +.37
... Cirrus 7.81 -.04
... Cisco 26.30 +,31
1.16 CiBzBkg 22.72 -.02
... CifrixSy 31.66 +.48
... Clarienth ul.96 -.01


... CleanH 46.09 -.69
.. Clearwiren 20.31 +.29
.. ClevBloLn 8.82 -137
.. CogentC 2423 +.13
.. Cogent 12.33 +.35
.. CogTech 90.57 +1.74
... Cognosg 39.58 -.25
C. ColdwtrCrk 17.65 +.05
... ColemanCnd15.86 +.21
1.00e Comarco 8.85 +.04
... Cornmcasts 25.90 +.46
... Comc sos 25.55 +.35
CommVItn 17.17 +.65
1.721 CompsBc 67.88 +.66
... CompCrd 28.60 +.03
... Compuwre 9.45 +.08
... ComtchGr 16.53 +.89
... ConcCm 1.39 -.01
.. Conexant 1.70 +.04
... Conmed 28.10 +,30
... Conolgrs 2.81 +.41
... Copart 27.65 +.15
... CorinthC 13.62 +.10
1.60f CorpExc 73.49 -.20
1.00 CorusBks 17.65 +.14
.. Cosilnc 5.50 +.09
.. CostPlus 10.95 +.31
.52 Costco 53.24 +.26
.. CredSys 3.31 -.14
.. Creeinc 16.47 -.17
... Crocs 47.88 +1.71
.88f Crosstexs 27.81 +.36
.26e Cbip.coms 65.55 +.95
CubistPh 20.34 +.45
Cyberonics 18.30
... Cymer 41.14 +.06
... Cynosure u26.09 +1.06
CyprBio 7.62 +.11
... Cy tRx 4.65 +.43
C.togen 1.97 -.01
... Cylyc 33.11 +.04

.. DRDGOLDh .62 -.00
... DSPGp d18.93 -.12
... DTSInc 25.34 +.37
.. DXPEnt 40.71 +1.46
.061 Daklmicss 24.60 +.13
... Danka 1.18 -.04
.. DayStar 5.10 -.12
.. Dell Inclf 22.46 -.04
... DIaPtr 1935 +.46
... Dndreon 3.77 +.12
.. Dennys 4.54 +.04
.16f Dentsplys 32.28 +52
..: DigRiver 53.83 +.64
... Diodes 34.20 -1.64
.. DiscHoldA u1729 +.18
.. DistEnSy 1.64 -.10
... Diversa d6.43 -.52
... DoosonCm 8.68 +.25
.. DollrFn 23.12 -37
.. DIIrTree 36.04 +.46
... DressBns 20.04 +.15
... drugstre 2.49 +.05
.80 DryShips 21.24 -.33
... Dynavax 5.14 +.18
... ETrade 21.89 +.21
... eBay 31.71 -.03
... EFJInc 5.46 -.15
... EGLInc 37.16 +2.20
... ev31nc 19.17 +.22
... EZEM 16.81 +.01
2.04 EagleBulk 19.09 -.04
... ErihUnk 6.68 -.01
... EchoStar 43.32 +.62
... Edipsys 19.13 +.27
... EdBauern 9.20 +.30
.. EdgePet 12.22 +.40
.201 EduDv 7.98 +.23
.. BectSci 18.66 -.80
... Ectrgls 2.33 +.01
... ElectArts 48.98 +.06
.. Emageon d10.13 -.20
... Emdeon 14.58 +.23
... EncysiveP 2.78 -.02
... EndoPhrm 29.36 +.98


... EngyConv 33.92 +.88
... Entegris 10.67 +.04
... Entrust 3.98 -.03
... Equinixh 84.50 +2.94
.60e EricsnTI 36.22 +.87
... Euronet 26.10 +.11
... EvgrSIr 9.94 +,18
... Exelixis 9.55 +.06
... Expedia 21.71 +.60
.22 Expdinlts 42.31 +.30
... Explor 8.86
Expcripts 84.60 +2.12
... ExlNetw 4.15 +.01
... Ezcorps 15.14 +.65
... F5Netwks 72.94 +1.86
... FCStonen u30.63 -.50
... FEICo 35.16 +.55
... FalconStor 10.52 -.06
.42f Fastenal 35.18 +.21
... FberTowrn 4.88 -.20
1.31e Fieldlnv 3.60 -.50
1.60 FifthThird 39.48 +.13
... Finisarll 3.11 -.01
.521 FstNiagara 13.93 +.06
.. FslSolarn 52.50 +.98
1.16 FslMerit 21.21 +.08
... Fserv 51.32 +.45
... RamelT 29.34 +.51
... Rextn 11.04 +.03
... FocusMda 71.99 -.81
... ForcePron 16.94 +.98
... FormFac 45.44 -.02
.. FosterWh 55.55 +1.04
... Foundiylf 13.84 -.16
.. FrnrAir 6.20 +.08
.. FuelCell 6.24 +.05
.59b FultonFnd 15.20 +.01

.. GMarketn 15.68 +.16
.. GTx Inc 20.05 -.32
.. Galam 14.12 +.63
.50 Garmins 54.51 +.75
. Gemstar 4.18 +.08
.. Genaerah .48 +.02
2.64f GencoShip 31.33 +.63
... GnCom 14.29 -.21
... GenBiote 1.68 +.03
... GenesMcr 8.97 -.14
... Genta .39 +.01
.38 Gentex 16.52 +.06
... GenVec 2.52 +.06
... Genzyme 59.85 +.61
GeronCp 6.98 +.18
... GigaMed 13.01 +.64
.. GileadSci 70.77 +1.23
.. GobCrsg u30.74 +1.44
... Globlmgs 19.27 -.07
.. Globlind 17.20 +.35
.80 Goldi1cm 53.70 +.99
... Gooqle 447.23 +6.38
..GrpoiRn 9.59 +.08
. Gymbree 39.54 +.94
1.00 HMNFn 34.45 +.07
.. HandhEnnh 2.62 -.15
.. HansenMn 19.95 -.30
.. Hansnshlf 34.97 -.71
.. Harmonic 10.40 +.08
Harrisint 5.72 +.02
... HayesLm 5.21 +.17
... HIlhExt 29.09 +.71
... Heelysn 31.06 +1.13
... HSchein 52.39 +.27
... HercOsbh d25,32-1.25
... Hibbelt 28.30 +.32
... HimaxTcn 5.21 -.08
... HollisEden 2.92 -.33
... Hologic 56.77 +2.65
... HomeSol 4.91 -.05
.. HoriznOffn 13.40 -.01
... HotTopic 10.86 +.13
.321 HudsCity 13.51
... HumGen 10.34 +.06
.32 HuntJB 25.79 +.30
1.061 HunlBnk 22.32 +.11
... HyperSol 51.60 -.07
... Hythiam 6.79 -.27


.. IAC Inter 37.02 +.43
... IconixBr 20.92 +1.00
.. Illumina 29.38 +.25
... ImaxCp 5.01 +.01
.. Imclone 30.59 +.56
.. Immersn 8.78 +.19
.. Immucrs 29.14 +.51
.. Imunmd 4.46 +.06
.. InPhonic 11.36 -.44
... Incyte 6.48 +.37
.. InfoSpce 24.70 -.44
.. Informat 14.06 +.24
.53e Inlosyss 52.43 +1.21
.. InnerWkn 12.13 +.21
.. Insmed .99 +.04
. IntgDv 15.90 -.20
.45f Intel 19.11 -.04
... InterDig 31.78 -.22
.08 Inbface 16.17 +.18
. InterMune 22.39 +.03
.. IntrNAPrs 16.49 +.50
.08f IntlSpdw 51.92 +.38
.401 Intersil 25.48
. Inluils 29.00 +.27
.. IntSurg 114.23 +2.56
.. InvBncp 14.76 +.30
.101 InvFnSv 56.70 +.28
.. Invilrogn 62.48 +.26
.onatron 4.71 -.10
.. IsilonSysn d18.19 -.63
.. Isis 9.07 +.11
.. Itron 63.64 +1.51
.. IvanhoeEn 1.98 -.02
.. xia 9.60 -.09

j2GIobsis 28.05 +.15
... JASolarn 16.77 -.48
.. JDSLnIrs 15.00 -.17
.261 JackHenry 23.33 +.32
... JamesRiv 6.96 -.03
JetBue 11.80 +.11
JonesSodau20.02 +1.17
JosphBnk 34.69 +2.31
.60 JoyGIbl 41.09 -.08
... JnprNwk 17.97 -.04
... Jupiied 6.20 -.18
.20 K Swiss 28.57 +.57
.48 KLATnc 52.24 +.21
KesoyBio 10.30 +.07
S iKnghtCap 15.61 +.19
... Knot Inc 24.31 +.45
Komag 31.13 -.51
SKopinCp 3.33 -.21
... Kronos 42.36 +.87
.. Kulicke 9.17 +.16
... Kyphon 43.21 +.36
.72 LCAVis 42.57 +.74
... nl 9.07 +.05
... LKQCp 21.00 +.22
.52 LSIInds 16.54 +.29
LTX 6.35 +.15
LaJollPh 6.94 -.32
LamRsch 45.05 -.49
3.25e LamarAdv 64.75 +.82
.12 Landstar 43.76 -.25
.. Lattice 6.28 +.18
.. Laureate 58.86 -.14
.. LawsnSft 7.80 +.03
.. LeapWirels 65.99 +.33
.. LeveI3 6.22 +.04
.. LibGIobA u31.15 +.34
... UbGlobC 29.30 +.35
Li UbMInlAn 22.19 +.55
.. LibMCapA n108.50 +1.24
l.. Uecell 24.77 +.61
.. UlePIH 37.49 +.67
.,. UgandPhn 10.25 +.20
U.. care 37.20 +.33
.88 UncEl 59.74 +.57
.721 UnearTch 33.40 -.21
.. LodgEnt 27.49 +.27
Logitlechs 26.37 +.70
LookSmarl 4.25 -.08
Lumera 4.18 +.08

1.761 MCGCap 17.99 +.17


1.39 MGE 34.18 +.46
.. MGIPhr 21.00 +.43
... MIPSTech 8.89 -.14
... MKSInst 25.20 +57
.. MRVCm 3.52 -.04
.44 MTS 37.36 +51
... Macrvsn 23.10 +.22
... MagnaEnt d3.16 +.07
... Mamma 4.67 +.02
... Maplnfo 20.02 +.02
... MktAxess u15.00 +.16
... Martek 20.51 +.26
Marvelrrsi 17.46 -.33
. Malttson 8.99 +.16
.62 Maxim f 31.71 -.19
.. Maxwiff 12.77 +.29
Medlmun 33.04 +.52
... Medarex 11.81 -.06
... Mediacm 7.74 +.04
... MedicActs 22,80 +.39
... MediCo 24.67 +.35
... MedisTech 16.47 -.11
... MelcoPBLn 15.27 -.24
... MentGr 15.90 +.25
.. MesaAir 7.75 +.15
.50 Methanx 23.20 -.66
... Micrel 11.19 -.07
1.061 Microchp 36.06 -.38
.. Micrometn 2.76 -.49
... MicroSemi 19.43 -.59
.40 Microsoft 27.83 +.50
... MillPhar 10.95 +.22
.32 MillerHer 36.70 +.63
... Millicomlnt 75.63 +1.81
.. Mindspeed 2.11 -.01
.. Misonix 5.09 -.01
.30 Molex 29.06 +.45
... Moment 12.42 -.02
... Monogrm 1.84 +.06
... MonslrWw 47.88 -.01
.. MorgH u20.54 +.55
Move Inc 5.54 +.07
... MovieGal 4.81 -.04
.. MyriadGn 32.48 +.18
.. NABIBio 5.06 +.05
. NETgear 27.79 +.08
. NIIHIdg 73.43 +1.12
.. NPSPhm 3.56 +.01
.. Nanogen d1.25 -.02
.13e Nasd100Tr 43.27 +.44
.. Nasdaq 28.48 +.67
... Nastech 10.83 +.17
.. NalAtfH 12.90 +.55
.. NalCineM n 27.01 +1.07
.. NeklarTh 11.45 +.07
.. NetlUEPS 24.83 -.27
.08 NetBank d2.31 -.14
.. NelLogic 25.61 -1.06
.. Neteases 18.23 +.09
.. Netflix 21.36 +.34
.. NetwkAp 36.37 -.35
... Neurochg 15.99 +1.07
. Neurcrine 11.00 +.02
.. NRwvPhm 63.56 +.11
.. Newport 16.56 +.40
.. Nextwaven 10.01 -.19
.. NightwkRh 17.56 +.06
.58e Nissan 22.34 +.32
.50[ NobllyH 23.13 -1.17
1.00 NorTrst 58.61 +.76
... Novatel 32.01 -4.06
.. NvIlWrls 14.61 -.13
.. Novavax d2.69 -.07
. Novell IIf 7.00 -.01
.. Novlus 32.37 -.37
. NuHoriz 9.99 -.03
.. NuanceCm 14.53 +.27
. NutriSys 47.75 +.75
. Nuvelo 3.13 +.09
... Nvidias 28.49 +.14
... NymoxPh 5.93 -.17
.. OCharleys 19.50 +.64
.. OReilyA 32.45 +.55
.. OSIPhrm 32.14 +.22
.. OldDomF 27.69 -.50
.. Omnituren 17.63 +.23
. OmniVisn 11.78 -.37


.. OnAssign 12.34 +.03
... OnSmcnd 9.88 +.02
... OnlineRes 10.83 -.07
.. OnstreamM 2.59 -.11
.. OnyxPh 25.74 -.02
... OpenTxt 21.99 +.61
... OpenTV 2.52 -.05
.. OpnwvSy 8.79 -.08
. Opnextn 16.61 +.30
.. Opsware 6.78 +.03
.25f optXprs 23.19 +.14
... Oracle 17.18 +.48
... OraSure 7.30 +.10
... Othfx 49.29 +.32
1.17f OtterTail 33.73 +.71

... PC Mall 9.69 -1.00
. POLBio 19.07 +.35
.. PFChng 41.29 +.76
. PMCSra 6.50
. PSSWdd 20.23 +.06
.80a Paccars u74.56 +2.23
.60 Pacerlntl 27.83 +.37
. PacEthan 15.21 +.05
.. PacSunwr 19.46 -.20
.. PaetecHn d9.30 -.37
. PainTher 7.25 -.10
.. Palm Inc 18.14 +.32
... PalmrM 39.90 +.99
.. PanASv 28.62 +.62
..Panacos 4.37 -.01
... PaneraBrd 59.32 +.22
... Pantry 44.72 +1.63
ParPet 22.11 +.95
...- ParamTch 18.99 +.19
.Palhmk 12,60 +.08
.. Patterson 33.41 +.23
.32 PaUTI 22.27 +.75
.84 Paychex 39.91 +.18
... PnnNGm 43.10 -.12
... Penwest 10.30 -.18
1.00 PeopBCT 42.81 +.63
... PeopleSup 11.26 -2.74
... Peregrine .93
.18 Perrgo 16.51 +.24
PelroDev 49.68 -.18
.12 PetsMarl 31.01 +.40
.12 PharmPdI 31.76 +.33
Photrln 15.39 -.11
... Pxlwrks 1.73 -.03
...Plexus 16.37 +.22
... PlugPower 2.96 -.04
... Polycom 34.60 +.84
.42 PoolCorp 34.36 +.26
.64 Popular 15.82 -.07
Powrwav 5.00 -.17
... Prestek 5.84 -.06
.68 PriceTRs 46.52 +.33
priceline 52.33 +.62
.30 PrivateB 36.04 +.77
ProgPh 23.28 +.60
ProgGam d5.10 -.04
.45 ProspBcsh 36.23 +.58
PsychSol 40.97 +1.78
.. QaoXing 16.75 +.15
..Qlogic 16.86 -.06
.56f Qualcom 42.91 -.77
QuesSfhlit 16.20 +.37
.. Quldel 10.93 +.02
.. RFMicD 7.43 -.07
. RackSys 16.57 -.30
.. ROneD 6.83 +.08
. Rambusll 19.83 -.24
RareHosp 29.76 +.31
... RealNwk 7.73 +.04
Regenrn 18.61 +.24
. RenIACt 27.67 +.65
... RschFmi 10.23 +1.31
... RschMots 133,20 -1.29
... Riverbed n 27.09 +.64
.. RochMedsu20.54 +2.24
.301 RossSIrs 32.49 +.87
Rudolph 17.42 +.57

Sl Corp 6.05
SAFLINKIh .11 -.01


. SBACom 27.27
.. SRS Lbs 12.20 +:13
... STEC 8.12
... SafeNettI 28.70 +.10
... SanDisk 39.99 -.58
... SangBio 6.48 +.26
.. Sanmina 3.74
,. Sapient 6.49 +.12
.. SavientPh 12.29 -.17
.07 Schnitzer 38.77 +.90
.20 Schwab 18.41 +.44
... ScGames 31.49 +.40
... SearsHIdgs 176.42 +2.86
... SecureCmp 8.16 +.05
.. SelCmfts 17.38 +.02
.48f Selcttnss 23.69 +.16
.. Semtechlf 13.55 +.09
.. Sepracor 46.65 -1.21
... Shanda 23.01 +1.13
.22e Shire 63.60 +.44
. ShufflMstIf 18.63 +.06
. SiRFTch 28.24 +.61
... SlqaTechh u5,15 +.63
.. SigmaDglf 28.85 +1.14
.. SigmAls 40.90 +.91
.. Silicimg 8.16 -.24
... SilcnLab 29.49 -.50
.. SilicnMotn 23.06 -.51
... SST 5.15 +.17
.25r SIcnware 9.16 -.10
.. SilvStdg 32.64 +.45
.. Sina 32.36 -2.56
.60f Sinclair 15.18 -.12
.. Sirenza 7.95 +.01
,,. SiriusS 3.29 +.05
.. SkillSoft u7.98 +.17
.12 SkyWest 26.52 +.30
.SkyksSol 6.43 -.10
... SmilhMicro 15.68 -.05
... SmurfStne 11.74 +.19
.. Sohu.cm 22.20 +.16
... Solaunn 12.20 -.12
SonicCps 20.76 +.16
.. SonicSolll 14.25 +.20
.. SncWall 8.14 +.02
.. Sonus 7,50 +.16
.36 SouMoBc 15.35
.72 SoulhFndcl 24.99 -.18
.. SpansionA 11.68 -.30
SpafiaLght .43 -.05
.. Speckra 10.52 -.08
.291 Staples 25.93 +.44
. StarScien 1.10 -.14
... Starbucks 31.04 +.46
.40a SIIDynas 40.12 +1.13
.25a SteinMrt 13.82 +.13
... SlemCels 2.41 -.02
.. Stereotaxis 11.36 -.06
.321 StIrFWA 31.08 +.41
.10 StewEnt 7.99 +.07
.. SunMicro 6.22 -.02
.. SunOpta 11.23 +.42
.. SunPower 41.60 -.30
... SuperGen u6.00 +.31
1.00 SusqBnc 23.13 +.41
.. SwiftTm 30.58 +.06
. Sycamore 3.67 +.04
.. SykesEnt 19.48 +.41
,, Symantec 16,84 -.06
. Symelric 7.83 +.13
.40 Synagro 5.74 +.02
.. Synopsys 26.36 -.15
.. Synovis 13.27 +.10
.. SynlaxBril 7.65 -.05
.. TDAmerilr 15.50 +.22
.. THQ 33.14 +.34
.. TTMTch 9.71 -.24
... TakeTo u22.61 +1.76
.. TanoxInc 18.01 -.21
.. TASER 8.03 +.22
.. TechDala 35.22 -.14
.. Tekelec 13.52 +.21
.. TeleTech 36.15 +.70
. Tellabs 10.08 +.12
. TescoCp u25.70 +.72
... TesseraT 39.21 -.15
.32e TevaPhrm 36.54 -.01


... TexRdhsA 14.92 +.57
... The9LUd 33.65 -.49
.10 ThStreet 11.99
... Thoratc 19.33 +.30
3Com 3.89
... 3SBion 11.31 +.39
... TibcoSt 9.05 -.11
... TWTele 21.50 +.15
. TiVo Inc 5.97 -.04
.. TomOnlin 14.48 +.04
.16 Topps 10.01 -.01
TractSupp 51.13 +.41
. TrdeStatn 12.53 +.03
... TmsacnSIf 29.57 +.36
.. Tmsmela .64 -.02
. TmSwtc 1.71 +.12
. Travelzoo 38.53 +2.75
.. TridentMic 21.22 -.06
.. TrimbleNs 26.47 +.13
.. Trimeris 6.98 -.14
... TriQuint 5.08 +.07
.. TrueRelig 15.55 +.04
.64 TisINY 9.58 +.05
.88 Truslmk 28.21 +.40
.80 TuesMm 14.93 +.19
.. Tweeter 1.37 +.02
.. 24/7RealM 7.71 +.11
... UAL 39.81 +1.35
.12 UCBHHId 18.04 +.19
.25e USGIobal 43.25 +5.62
.. USANAH 49.11 -.14
.06 UTiWrkids 28.31 +.16
.. UTSrm 8.32 +.05
.. UltraClean 17.16 +.24
.. UtdNtrlF 30.71 +.54
.80 UtdOnIn 13.45 +.02
.. USEnr 5.26
.10 USatn u58.60 +.83
... UtdThrp 56.96 +1.67
.11 UnivFor 48.86 +.46
.. UrbanOut 24.42 +.38

VASftwr 4.20 -.11
... Vaech 1.16 -.40
. ValueClick 26.00 +.16
... Varian u57.64 +1.22
... VarianSem 48.95 -.77
... Vasogengh .37 +.00
... Veecolnst 18.72 -.05
.. Verigyn 23.95 +.55
... Vedsign 24.86 +.32
... VertxPh 27.65 +.56
... VionPhm 1.73 -.06
.08 VirgnMdah 25.46 +.47
... ViroPhrn 15.20 +51
. VistaPit 40.44 +1.87
... Volcanon 17.95 -.90
... Wamaco 28.07 +.42
... WarrenRs 11.21 +.60
... WashGInt 60.79 -.05
... WebEx 56.62 -.13
.18 WemerEnt 17.81 -.15
.. WetSeal 6.50 +.24
... WheelPit 22.68 -1.35
.72 WholeFd 44.07 -.15
.. WindRvr 9.74 +.01
.. WdssFac 1.48 +.02
. WitnSys 26.87 -.02
WIdGate d.66 -.10
6.00e Wynn 95.02 +2.28
XMSat 13.44 +.28
. XOMA 2.94 +.05
.48f Xilinx 25.48 -.07
XinhuaFn 11.33 +.18
... YRCWwde 40.27 -.18
... Yahoo 30.03 +.15
... Youbet 2.54 -.13
... ZebraT 37.47 +.25
... ZhoneTch 1.30 +.01
1.56 ZionBcp 85.15 +.98
.. Zoltek 30.82 -.78
. Zoran 16.29 -.21
., Zumiez 39.30 +.06


.88f NorflkSo 49.02 +.25
... Nortelllfrs 26.15 -.88
.75 NoestUt u30.95 +.36
1.48f NothropG 73.93 +1.36
5.60 NovaStar 5.43 -A.47
1.30f NSTAR 34.14 +.45
.44a Nucors 63.72 +2.06
.69 NvFL 14.11 +.02
.74a NvIMO 14.90 +.05
1.14 NuvPICv 13.88 +.03
1.09 NuvQPf2 14.51 -.01
1.36 OGEEngy 37.32 -.13
.60f OMICp 25.69 -.57
.88 OcciPets 46.32 +.57
... OficDpt 34.65 -.04
.80 Olin 16.41 +.27
.09 Omncre 40.35 +.88
3.92f ONEOKPt 65.65 -.03
.40 OshkoshT 51.30 +.69

1.44f PG&ECp 48.30 +.29
.. PHHCplf 30.64 -.11
.21 PMIGrp 43.75 +.47
2.20 PNC 71.04 +.94
.88 PNMRes 30.80 +.54
2.001 PPG u70.31 +1.27
1.22f PPLCorp 38.55 +.81
. ParkDri 8.95 +.23
.. PaylShoe 33.82 +.67
.24 PeabdyE 38.41 +.46
3.00 Pengrthig 16.62 +.43
1.60 PennVaRs 25.90 +.55
4.08 PennWstgn 28.44 +.69
.72 Penney 80.40 +.93
.601 Penlair 29.74 +.24
.27 PepBoy 17.58 +.82
1.2Q PepsiCo 62.84 +.27
.52f PepsiAmer 21.36 +.14
1.34e Prmian 13.28 -.38
. Petohawk 12.26 +.12
2.85e PetbrsA 79.05 +1.74
2.85e Petrobrs 87.84 +1.66
1.161 Pfizer 25.36 +.37
.80 PhelpsD u129.47 +.97
1.00f PiadNG 26.56 +.24
... Pier1 729 -.01
.78 PimcoStrat 11.48 +.15
1.321 PityBw 45.30 +.12
1.681 PlurnCrk 38.42 +.46
1.36f Polaris 48.52 +28
1.80 PostPrp 47.45 +.32
1.20f Praxair 61.58 +1.00
.. Pridelnl 29.65 +1.38
1.24 ProctGam 61.98 +.37
2.44f ProgissEn 49.90 +.66
.04 ProgCps 21.19 +.03
1.84 ProLogis 66.33 +.76
.28 ProsStHiln 3.16 -.03
1.44 ProvETg 10.97 +.21
.95f Prudentl 89.79 +1.14
2.28 PSEG 77.92 +.36
1.00 PugetEngy 24.83 +.35
.16 PulteH 26.43 +.12
.39 PHYM 7.53
.49 PIGM 10.30 +.01


.36 PPrlT 6.63 +.04
... Qimodan 13.81 -.27
.56 Quanex 41.36 +.78
... QuantaSvcu24.67 +.03
... QmDSS 2.59 -.01
.94 Questar 86.83 +.98
... Quiksilvr 11.64 +.09
... QwestCm 8.80 +.20
.70 RPM 22.60 +.47
.08 Radian 53.96 -.17
.25 RadoShk 25.90 -.14
. Ralcorp 60.36 -.13
.12 RangeRs 31.18 +.90
.40 RJamesFn 29.23 +.50
1.88 Rayonier 43.10 +.54
.96 Raytheon 53.30 +.26
Realogyn 29.53 +.13
1.531 Rifylnco 27.83 +.27
.. RedHat 22.91 +.27
1.44f RegionsFn 34.99 +.44
.. ReliantEn u19.07 +.23
.85e Repsol- 32.00 +.26
.43 RepubSvcs 27.40 +.41
... RetaWlVent 20.72 +.37
... Revlon 1.13 +.04
3.00 ReynAms 60.36 +.52
... RteAid 5.53 -.04
1.16 RockwiAut 61.00 +.96
1.32 RoHaas 51.19 +.69
.40 Rowan 31.61 +1.01
.60 RylCarb 42.17 +.39
2.54e RoyDShIA 63.89 +.44
1.83e Royce 22.68 +.40
1.47 RoycepfB 24.60
.48 Ryland 44.54 -.22

43e SAPAG 45.22 -12
1.76f SCANA 41.67 +.63
.12e SKTIcm 23.37 +.03
1,00 SLMCp 41.54 +.03
.. SRAIni 22.57 -26
.12e STMicro 18.91 +.01
.23 Safevay 35.48 +.98
.64 SUoe 55.45 +1.20
... SUude 37.81 +.22
8.00e Sakss 19.37 +.10
.. Salesfore 42.68 +1.05
2.56e SJuanB 30.34 +.26
1.15e Sanofi 42.37 +.26
.40 SaraLee 16.59 -.02
.15e Satyama 21.92+1.07
.261 SdherPI 23.56 +.07
.70f Schlmbrg 6624 +1.76
1.93e ScotPwrn 60.48 +.74
.40 SeagateT 24.48 +.03
.64 Sensient 24.80 +.32
.12 ServiceCp 11.94 +.03
.48 Svemstr u15.15+1.68
.. SierraHS 41.30 -.02
.. SierrPac 16.99 +.01
SilvWhtng 9.50 +.10
3.361 SimonProp 111.36 +1.87
... SixFags 6.11 -.06
.68 SmilhAO 38.10 +.47
.40f SmithIlnd 45.49 +1.39


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Yesterday Pvs Day
Australia 1.2509 1.2563
Brazil 2.0775 2.0940
Britain 1.9443 1.9421
Canada 1.1779 1.1757
China 7.7408 7.7400
Euro .7518 .7513
Hong Konq 7.8125 7.8121
Hungary 184.77 187.20
India 44.012 44.030
Indnsia 9174.31 9259.26
Israel 4.2123 4.2100
Japan 117.59 116.74
Jordan .7085 .7087
Malaysia 3.5005 3.5085
Mexico 11.1372 11.1896
Pakistan 60.76 60.80
Poland 2.91 2.93
Russia 26.0417 26.0315
Singapore 1.5259 1.5258
Slovak Rep 24.65 25.50
So. Africa 7.4325 7.4874
So. Korea 943.40 945.18
Sweden 6.9871 6.9705
Switzerlind 1.2124 1.2074
Taiwan 33.15 33.13
U.A.E. 3.6719 3.6714
Venzuel 2145.92 2145.92
British pound expressed in U.S. dollars. All others show
dollar in foreign currency.



Yesterday Pvs Day

Prime Rate 8.25 8.25
Discount Rate 6.25 6.25
Federal Funds Rate 5.25 5.25


3-month


4.93 4.965


6-month 4.91 4.92
5-year 4.49 4.50
10-year 4.56 4.55
30-year 4.71 4.69



FUTURES
Exch Contract Settle Chg
Lt Sweet Crude NYMX May07 59.70 +.12
Corn CBOT May07 398 -11/2
Wheat CBOT May 07 455 -53/4
Soybeans CBOT May 07 7591/2 +6
Cattle CME Jun 07 94.85 +.58
Pork Bellies CME May07 103.20 +.35
Sugar (world) NYBT Jul07 10.15 -.02
Orange Juice NYBT May 07 202.00 +2.05

SPOT
Yesterday Pvs Day
Gold (troy oz., spot) $653.10 $648.40
Silver (troy oz., spot) $13.147 $12.98
Copper (pound) $3.U01 b l2.844

NMER = New York Mercantile Exchange. CBOT = Chicago
Board of Trade. CMER = Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
NCSE = New York Cotton, Sugar & Cocoa Exchange.
NCTN = New York Cotton Exchange.


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4-wk InBosA 6.57 ... 0.0
Name NAV Chg %Rtn LgCpVal 21,03 +.24 -2.7
AIM Investmes A: NatlMun 11.95 -.01 0.0
AIMInvestments+ 3 SpEqtA 14.18 +18 1.7
BasValp1536.43 +140-3.3 TradGvA 7.19 .. +1.2
ChartAp 15.45 +.13 -2.4 Eaton Vance Cl B:
Constp 26.27 +.32 .0 FLMBt 11.14 ... +0.2
HYdAp 455 .. -01 HIthSBt 11.63 +.15 -5.4
IntlGrow 2989 +43 -30 NatIIMBI 11.95 -.01 0.0
MuBp 8.10 .. +0.5 En 1165 -01
SelEqtyr 20.89 +.24 -4.2 Eaton Vance Cl C:
CApMvet 171 �19 -26 NatlMCt 11.95 -.01 0.0
CapDvBt7.19 +.19 -2.6 Evergreen A:
AIM InvestorCl:+0.9 AstAllp 1456+.11-1.7
Energy 39.08 +75 +09 EvergreenB:8 1
SummItP p 13.04 +.15 -2.3 DvrBdB B : -
Ulilties 1775 +.17 +0.9 rBdBt 14.48 -.01 +0.6
Advance Capital 1: -MuBdB.756 -.01 +0.4
Balancp 18.41 +.12 -2.1 Evergreen C:
Raelnc 974 .01 +06 AstAIICt 14,12 +.11 -1.7
Alger Func 9.74 -.01 +0.6 ds B: Evergreen I:
AlgerFundsB: CorBdl 10.50 -.01 +0.9
SmCapGr6.06 +.06 -3.3 SIMunil 9.94 -.01 +0.4
AllianceBern A: Excelsior Funds:
BalanAp 1790 +14 -24 ExcelsiorFuns:
GlTcnAp764. +.14 -2.4 Energy 22.36 +40 +1.2
bTchAp 2264.1709+.84 -3.7 HiYieldp 4.80 ... -0.3
SmCpGrA227. +.3029 -3 ValRestr 5311 +.79 -3.9
AllianSmCpGrA Ad: FPA Funds:
AllianceBen Adv: Nwlnc 10.97 ... +0.5
LgCpGrAd 21.25+.24 -3.6 Faholme 29.19+.39 -1.6
AllianceBern33- B: 02+07 Federated A:
CorpBdBp12.33-.02 +0.7 AmLdrA 23.55 +.22 -5.6
GIbTchBt57.20 +.75 -38 MidGrStA38.41 .44 -29
Gr 1thB25.45 +.28 -3.9 KaufmAp 5.71 +.06 -4.4
SCpGrB122.97 +.24 -2.2 MuSecA 10.69 -.01 +0.5
USGovtB p 6.83 ... +0.9 e 1069-.01+0.5
AllianceBern C: federated B:
AllianceBern C: 5 StrlncBx 8.89 -.03 +0.4
SCpGrCt23.05 +.25 -2.2 Federated Instl:
Allianz Funds C: Kaumn 571 +.06 -4.4
GrowthCt21.80 +.25 -3.1 Kau 5.71 .0-4.4
TargetCt 19.42 +.29 -5.4 Fidelity Adv Foc T:
Amer Beacon Plan: EnergyT 41.05 +.87 +1.3
LgCpPn 22.75 +23-3.2 HiCarT 22.02 +.20 -3.5
Amer Century Ad: Fidelity Advisor A;
Amer Century Adv: [inteAr 23.17 +28 -2.8
EqGropn25.16 +.32 -3.4 delinr 23 17Advisor28 -2.
Amer Century Inv: Fidelity Advisor 1: 7
Balanced n16.57 +.12 -1.8 DiEqGn 54.06 +.59 -3.87
Eqnn 8.50 +.07 -27 EqGrn 30.24 +.3359 -3.0
FLMuBndn10.65-.01 +0.4 IntBdln 30.89 -.01 +0.6
Growthln22.10 +.22 -4.5 In dI1089 -.01 +0.
Heitagel n16.82 +.26 0.5 Fidelity AdvisorT:
IncGron 32.20 +.39 -4.3 BalanT 16.83 +13 -1.5
IntDiscrn15.11 +.20 -2.8 DivntTp 22.93 +.28 -2.8
IntGroln 12.59 +.17 -3.5 DiGrTp 13.27 +.16 -2.9
UfeScin 5.40 +.06 -3.2 DynCATp18.42 +.21 -4.8
NewOpprn6.82 +.09 -3.0 EqGrTp 51.03 .56 -3.9
OneChAg n12.87+.12 -2.4 EqnGrOppT 29.81 +.4532 -2.5
RealEstl n31.49 +.28 -5.8 GrOppT 35.65 +.45 -2.
Ultr n 27.00 +.34 -3.5 HilnAdTp 10.73 +.02 +0.8
In 17.8 +20 +07 InBdT 10.88 -.01 +0.7
ValUtln 17.082 +08 -30.73 MidCpTp 25.07 +.20 -3.4
Valuelnv n 7.52 +.08 -3.3 M c 1292 .0 05
MulncTp 12.92 -.01 +0.5
American Funds A: OvrseaT 22.53 +.33 -2.6
AmcpAp 20.24 +.16 -2.7 STFiT 9.43 -.01 +0.4
AMutLAp 29.33 +.28 -2.4 Fidelity Freedom:
BalAp 18.90 +11 -2.0 FF2010n 14.77 +.09 -1.4
BondAp 13.41 -.01 +0.7 FF2015n 12.33 +.08 -1.7
CapWAp19.51 -.03 +1.0 FF2020n15.67 +.12 -2.1
CaplBAp61.07 +.48 -1.8 FF2025n 12.90 +.10 -2.1
CapWGAp41.64+.54 -3.3 FF2030n 16.16 +.15 -2.5
EupacAp4.75 +.67 -3.1 FF2040n 9.56 +.10 -2.5
FdInvA p 40.10 +.46 -2.8 Fidelity Invest:
GwthAp 32.82 +.34 -2.6 rn9.51 +.21 -38
HITrAp 12.71 +.01 -0.2 AggrGrrn19.51 +.21 -3.8
IncoAp 20.30 +.15 -2.0 AMgr7n6.32 +.0912 -2.1.3
IntBdAp 13.49 -.01 +0.7 AMgr70n16.43 +.12 -2.1
ICAAp 33.30 +q29 -34 AMgr20rn12.74 +.03 -0.2
NEAp 33.30 +.2931 -2.4 Balancn 19.84 +.16 -1.4
NPrAp 2631.58 +.316 -3.2 BlueChGr n43.80 +.40 -3.7
NwWerAp 43 1.58+.36-3.42 CAMunn12.38 -.01 +0,6
NwWrIdA 48.43 +.62 -3.2 Canadan48.65 +.57 -3.3
SmCpAp40.29 +.48 -2.6 CapApn 27.28 +33 -4.8
TxExAp 12.54 -.02 +0.3 CapDevOn2.54 +.13 -3.0
WshAp 34.67 +.36 -3.1 CpIncrn 9.01 +.02 -0.1
American Funds B: 1 ChinaRgn23.85 +.19 -4.8
CaBBt 18.85 +481 -2.1 CngSn 446'49 +4.29 -4.0
CaplBBt 61.07 +.48 -1.9 CTMunrn11.34 -.01 +0.6
CpWGrBt41.46 +.53 -3.4 Contran 64.58 +.77 -3.2
GrwthBt 31.75 +.33 -27 CnvScn 26.26 +.16 -1.2
IncoBt 20.18 +.14 -2.2 DisEqn 29.39 +.38 -2.6
ICABt 33.17 +29 -2.5 Divlntin 3717 +.50 -3.0
WashBt 34.42 +.35 -3.2 DivStkOn15.55 +.17 -3.4
Ariel Mutual Fds: DivGth n 31.50 +.38 -2.7
Apprec 48.63 +.59 -4.3 EmrMk0 24.15 +.32 -3.6
Ariel 53.03 +.62 -4.8 Eq Incn 57.33 +.63 -3.5
Artisan Funds: EQ01 n 23.33 +.25 -3.0
Intl 29.35 +.44 -2.9 ECapAp 27.78 +.30 -2.1
MidCap 30.75 +.27 -3.4 Europe 39.29 +.49 -3.3
MidCapVal 20.72+.13 -3.6 Exchn 320.52+3.32 -3.6
Baron Funds: Exportn 23.24 +.29 -3.0
Asset 60.87 +.63 -3.7 Fidel n 36.07 +.42 -3.0
Growth 50.45 +.56 -3.2 Fifty r n 23.74 +.23 -2.9
SmCap 23.33 +.31 -3.8 RtRateHi r n9.97 ... +0.3
Bernstein Fds: FL Mu rn 11.44 -.01 +0.5
IntDuF 13.24 -.01 +0.8 FdinOne.n29.64 +.29 -2.7
DivMu 14.02 -.01 +0.6 GNMAn 10.80 -.01 +0.7
TxMglntV26.51 +.42 -3.2 Govtlnc 10.09 -.01 +0.9
IntVal2 26.11 +.41 -3.2 GroCon 68.76 +.79 -4.0
BlackRockA: Grolncn 30.79 +.31 -3.7
AuroraA 27.84 +.28 -2.6 Gronclln 11.18 +.13 -2.9
CapDevAp 15.05+.19 -3.2 Highlncrn 9.11 ... +0.1
GIAIAr 18.27 +.12 -1.5 Indepnn 21.94 +.29 -3.5
HiYInvA 8.22 ... -0.3 IntBd n 10.32 -.01 +0.8
BlackRock B&C: IntGovn 10.02 -.01 +0.8
GIAICt 17.25 +.10 -1.5 IntlDiscn 38.05 +.52 -3.2
BlackRocklInst: IntlSCprn25.63 +.22 -1.6
BaVII 33.34 +.33 -3.2 InvGB n 7.40 -.01 +0.5
GlbAllocr 18.33 +.11 -1.5 Japan n 17.57 +.30 +0.1
Bramwell Funds: JpnSm n 12.53 +.10 -3.4
Growth p 18.78 +.20 -3.4 LatAm n 44.44 +.99 -5.6
Brandywine Fds: LevCoStk n30.54 +.31 -0.5
Bmdywn n34.79 +.44 -2.6 LowP rn 43.64 +.40 -3.2
Brinson FundsY: Magelln n 90.23+1.04 -3.8
HiYIdlYn 7.09 ... -0.1 MDMurn10.88 -.01 +0.5
CGM Funds: MAMunn11.93 -.01 +0.4
CapDvn 28.54 +.62 -3.1 MI Munn 11.83 -.01 +0.6
Focus n 37.41 +.81 +2.8 MidCap n30.59 +.37 -2.1
Muo n 27.29 +.41 -3.1 MNMunn11.37 -.01 +0.4
Calamos Funds: MtgSecn 11.05 ... +0.3
Gr&lncAp3l.35 +28 -2.8 Munilncn 12.78 -.01 +0.5
GrwthAp 54.24 +.82 -2.7 NJMunrn11.55 -.01 +0.6
GrowthCt51.21 +.77 -2.8 NwMktrn14.86 +.02 +0.4
'Calvert Group: NwMilln 29.14 +.35 -3.9
Incop 16.93 -.01 +0.7 NYMunn 12.80 -.01 +0.4
IntlEqAp 23.36 +.35 -3.2 OTCn 41.47 +.36 -3.4
Munint 10.66 -.01 +0.4 OhMunn11.59 -.01 +0.5
SocialAp 30.44 +.19 -2.1 Ovrsean 45.00 +.61 -3.2
SocBdp 15.96 -.02 +0.9 P6Basn 27.65 +.29 -2.4
SocEqAp36.81 +.36 -4.1 PAMunrnlO0.78 -.01 +0.5
TxFLt 10.37 ... +0.3 PuitIn 20.02 +.14 -2.2
TxFLg p 16.59 -.01 +0.3 RealE n 37.89 +.45 -6.9
TxFVT 15.75 -.02 +0.5 StntMu n 10.21 ... +0.5
Causeway Intl: STBF n 8.87 -.01 +0.4
Instutn r nl 9.90 +.23 -2.5 SmCapInd n21.74+.24 -22
Clipper 89.12+1.08 -4.5 SmlCpSr n19.39+.14 -2.8
Cohen & Steers: SEAsian 27.65 +.32 -3.6
RCtyShrs 91.71 +.99 -7.3 StkSlcn 27.85 +.32 -2.9
Columbia Class A: Stratlnc n 10.66 ,... +0.5
Acomt 29.79 +.35 -2.8 Rer 1033 +01 0.3
Columbia Class Z: TotaBd n 10.51 ... +0.7
Acom Z 30.52 +.36 -2.7 Trendn 63.53 +.58 -3.6
AcomlntZ41.57 +.61 -2.0 USBIn 10.94 -.01 +0.8
Credit Suisse ABCD:- Utility n 19.81 +.24 +0.6
ValueAt 18.02 +.22-4.0 VaStra t n33.33 +.35 -2.5
DWSScudder Cl A: - Valuen 83.55 +.74 -2.4
CommA p23.86 +.31 -4.9 Fide 2'Seects-
DrHiRA 50.12 +.61 -3.0 Fidelity Sees:+.72 -4.3
DWS Scudder ClS: Baning n5032.97 +.3072 -5.1
CapGrthr 50.59 +.55 -2.9 Bankiothngn 6140 +77 -.1
CorPIlsInc 12.75 -.01 +0.6 Brokrn 7264+1.01. -7.6
EmMkln 12.49 +.03 +0.2 BChern 7101 +.88-1.4
EmMkGrr21.60 +.37 -4.1 CrsEquipn27.81+.0 -1.9
EuroEq 37.91 +48 -2.0 ComEquip n2.81+.9 -1.9
EurEq 37.91 +.48 -20 Compn 39.66 +.19 -3.0
GIbSdS r 9.74 -.01 +1.1 ConDis n 26.78 +.32 -3.9
GbOpp 43.80 +.56 -3.2 ConStap n58.69 +. 38 -1.7
GIbTrher 33.47 +52 -3. CsHo n 44.93 +52 -5.3
Gold&Prc20.01 +.30 -4.6 DfAern 85.74 +.75 -1.5
HiYIdT 12991 -.01 +0.5 Enryn 49.68 +1.05 +1.3


InTxAMT 11.13 -.02 +0.54 eh�n .9.2 +3 -.3


D a w es t :.08 .3 -5.1 | 6 .94 + .0
InhlmdS 82-02+1.02 -3.8 Envirn 17.22 +.18 -4.2
LgCoGro 27.64 +29 -2.9 trnSn 115.48+1.29 -5.7


LatArEq 57.2 +.45 -5.4 Goldrn 35.26 +.306 -5.6
MgdMuniS9a1 -.01 +0.5 Heesthsn 125.5 +1.32 -2.7
Sh amndS59.93 -.01 +0.5 Leirxn 78.92 +91 -3.6
NWenlA 38.28 +.43 -3.4 MedDIn 51.51 +.8 -.4
Davis Funds B: MdEqSys s23.65 +20 -2.7
NYVen B 36.63 +.41 -3.5 Multmd n 47.27 +.57 -4.2
Davis Funds C &Y: NtGasn 40.01 +.86 +1.3
NwVenY 38.73 +.44 -3.4 paper n 34.13 +.37 -3.2
NYVenC 36.87 +.41 -3.5 Pharon 10.78 +.08 -3.5
Delaware Invest A: Retail n 54.78 +.63 -3.5
TrendAp 20.43 +.27 -3.3 Softwrn 65.81 +.98 -2.7
TxUSAp 11.65 -.02 +0.4 Techn 69.62 +.23 -2.3
Delaware Invest B: Telcm n 50.66 +.63 -2.3
De&chB 3.45 ... -0.2 Transn 52.56 +.31 -5.1
SelGrBt 24.25 +.12 -4. UlGron 59.08 +.56 +2.2
Dimensional Fds: Wireless n 7.13 +.04 -2.1
EmMktV 32.79 +.55 -3.7 Fidelity Spartan:
lntSmVan22.22 +.23 -1.0 Eqldxlnvn49.81 +.54 -3.5
USLgCon41.14 +.44 -3.5 500lnxlnvrn97.25+1.04-3.5
USLgVa n25.32 +.28 -4.3 Intllnxlnv n44.82 +.60 -2.6
US Micro n15.60 +.15 -3.8 TotMktlnvn39.55+.43 -3.4
US Small n21.40 +.22 -3.6 Fidelity Spart Adv:
US SmVa 30.03 +.32 -2.9 EqldxAd n49.81 +.53 -3.5
IntlSmCosn20.31 +.22 -1.2 500Ad rn 97.26 +1.05 -3.5
EmgMktn26,32 +.44 -.7 TotMktAd r n39.55+.43-3.4
Fixd n 10.20 ... +0.4 First Eagle:
IniVan 23.59 +.41 -3.0 GIblA 46.13 +32 -25
Glb5Fxlncn10.65 ... +0.4 OverseasA25.51+.15 -1.8
TM USSV 25.46 +.26 -3.1 First Investors A
TMMkIwV18.01 +.19 -3.7 BIChpAp 23.36 +.23 -3.9
DFARIEn33.10 +.34 -6.5 Glob]Ap 7.56 +.10 -3.4
Dodge&Cox: GovtAp 10.75 ... +0.7
Balanced 87.88 +.55 -1.8 GrolnAp 15.79 +.17 -2.8


Income 12.76 ... +0.6 IncoA p 3.10 .. -0.1
IntlStk 44.62 +47 -2.7 InvGrAp 9.56 -.01 +0.7
Stock 154.55 +1.48 -2.8 MATFAp 11.74 -.01 +0.4
Drineyfus: MITFAp 12.20 -.01 +0.4
Aprec 42.50 +.44 -3.7 MidCpAp 29.63 +.35 -3.0
Discp 35.29 +.42 -2.8 NJTFAp 12.85 ... +0.6
Dreyf 10.34 +.12 -3.5 NYTFAp 14.32 -.01 +0.3
Dr500lnt 39.67 +.43 -3.5 PATFAp 12.87 -.01 +0.5
EmgLd 35.33 +.35 -3.4 SpSitAp 23.18 +.26 -2.4
FLIntr 12.99 -.01 +0.4 TxExAp 9.85 -.01 +0.5
InsMutn 17.96 -.02 +0.4 TotRtAp 15.34 +.09 -1.5
Dreyfus Founders: ValueB p 7.92 +.07 -2.9
GrowthB 11.57 +.10 -3.8 Firsthand Funds:
GrwthFp 12.30 +.11 -3.8 GIbTech 4.57 +.04 -3.6
Dreyfus Premier: Tech Val 38.96 +.16 -1.4
CoreEqA 1t16.38 +.15 -3.8 Frank/Temp Frnk A:
CorVlvp 31.74 +.36 -3.3 AGEAp 2.14 ... +0.1
LtdHYdAp7.36 ... 0.0 AdjUSp 8.88 ... +0.5
SIrValAr 32.24 +.36 -3.1 ALTFAp 11.48 -.01 +0.4
TxMgGCt 17.56 +.16 -3.8 AZTFApx11.13 -.01 +0.5
TchGroA 24.90 +.21 -3.8 Ballnvp 68.79 +.56 -3.1
Driehaus Funds: CallnsApx 12.72 -.01 +0.4
. EMktGr 38,58 +.64 -4.7 CA IntA px 11.55 ... +0.6
Eaton Vance Cl A: CalTFAp 7.38 ... +0.6
ChinaAp 23.28 +.37 -5.4 CapGrA 11.78 +.10 -3,6
AMTFMBI 11.13 -.01 +0.3 COTFA px 12.07 -.01 +0.4
GrwthA 9.28 +.10 -3.3 CTTFAp 11.11 -.01 +0.4


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CvtScAp 16.52 +.11 -21 LoomisSayles: R2020n 17.42+.15-2.7 WidPrcMn 2644 ... NA
DbiTF Ax 12.03 -.01 +0.6 LSBondi 14.54 ... -0.1 R2030n 18.64 +18 -3.2 USAAGroup:
DynTchA 26.92 +.26 -3.7 StrInoC 14.96 ... -0.6 SciTecn 21.26 +.11 -3.6 AgvGt 33.26 +.44 -4.3
EqlncAp 21.62 +.20 -3.7 LSBondR 14.49 ...-0.1 ShtBdn 4.70 -.01 +0.6 CABd 11.10 -.01 +0.5
FedIntpx 11.45 -.01 +0.5 StrincA 14.90 ... -0.5 SmCpStk n34.62 +.34 -3.6 CmstStr 26.85 +.23 -2.4
FedTFAp.12.16 ... +0.5 Lord Abbett A: SmCapVal n41.94+.40 -3.2 GNMA 9.56 ... +0.7
FLTFAp 11.91 -.01 +0.5 AffilAp 15.05 +.16 -3.8 SpecGrn 20.40 +.22 -3.6 GrTxStr 14.22 +.07 -1.6
FoundAI p 13.81 +.10 -2.5 BdDebAp 8.07 +.02 -0.2 SpecIlnn 12.17 +.01 0.0 Grwth 15.28 +.20 -3.7
GATFApx12.16-.01 +0.4 GllncAp 6.87 -.01 +1.4 TFIncn 10.05 -.01 +0.5 Gr&lnc 18.31 +.22 -3.4
GoldPrMA31.80+.48 -2.8 MidCpAp22.68 +.24 -2.5 TxFrHn 12.16 -.01 +0.5 IncStk 16.62 +.19 -4.3
GnithAp 42.05 +.45 -3.8 MFS Funds A: TxFrSI n 5.34 .. +0.5 Inco 12.23 -01 +0.9
HYTFAp 11.01 ... +0.3 MITA 20.29 +.23 -3.8 USTIntn 5.30 -.01 +1.1 Intll 27.35 +.32 -3.2
IncorrAp 2.68 +.02 -0.7 MIGA 13.62 +.14 -3.6 USTLgn 11.51 -.02 +1.5 NYBd 12.04 -.01 +0.4
InsTFApx12.29 -.01 +0.4 GrOpA 9.37 +.09 -3.6 VABondn11.67 -.01 +0,4 PrecMM 27.82 +.38 -4.1
NYITFpx 10.92 ... +0.5 HilnA 3,94 ... +0.1 Value n 2696 +.25 -3.5 SciTech 11.46 +.08 -3.5
LATFAp 11.58 -.01 +0.4 IntNwDA 27.85 +.42 -2.8 Principal Inv: ShtTBnd 8.91 ... +0.7
LMGvScA 9.93 ... +0.6 MFLA 10.13 -.01 +0.5 LgGrIN 7.87 +.09 -3.2 SmCpStk 15.24 +.16 -2.2
MDTFAp11.81 -.01 +0.5 TotRA 16.31 +.11 -1.7 Putnam Funds A: TxElt 13.22 -.02 +0,3
MATFApx11.94 ... +0.5 ValueA 26.96 +.32 -3.2 AmGvAp 8.90 .. NA TxELT 13.97 -.01 +0.4
MITFApx 12.22 -.01 +0.5 MFS Funds B: AZTE 9.21 ... NA TxESh 10.61 -.01 +0.4
MNInsAx12.13 ... +0.3 MIGB 12.35 +.13 -3.7 CIscEqAp 14.98 +.20 -3.5 VABd 11.58 -.02 +0.3
MOTFA p 12.34 -.01 +0.5 GvScB n 9.46 -.01 +0.8 Conv p 19.97. +.10 -2.0 WIdGr 20.00 +.22 -3.8
NJTFAp 12.19 -.01 +0.5 HilnBn 3.96 ... +0.2 DiscGr 20.50 ... NA VALIC:
NYInsAp 11.60 -.01 +0.3 MulnB 8.60 ... +0.4 DvrinAp 10:02 ... NA MdCpldx 24.14 +.25 -3.0
NYTFAp 11.81 ... +0.4 TotRB 16.30 +.11 -1.7 EqinAp 17.43 +.18 -4.1 Stkidx 36.36 +.40 -3.5
NCTFAp 12.35 -.01 +0.4 MainStay Funds A: EuEq 29.58 ... NA Value Line Fd:
OhiolApx 12.61 -.01 +0.5 HiYIdBA 6.55 +.01 +0.1 GeoAp 17.93 ... NA LevGtn 21.29 +.24 -4.1
ORTFAp 11.90 -.01 +0.5 MainStay Funds B: GIGvAp 12.27 ... NA Van Kamp Funds A:
PATFApx 10.45 -.01 +0.5 CapApBt3018 +.45 -2.9 GIbEqtyp 10.92 ... NA CATFAp 18.57 -.02 +0.6
ReEScAp26.02 +.26 -7.9 ConvBt 14.84 +.12 -2.6 GrInAp 19.80 +.23 -4.3 CmstAp 18.95 +.19 -3.4
RisDvAp 35.33 +.36 -4.4 GovtBI 8.22 -.01 +0.7 HIthAp 57.92 ... NA CpBdAp 6.61 -.01 +0.9
SMCpGrA39.36'+.47 -2.7 HYIdBBt 6.52 +.01 0.0 HiYdAp 8.16 .. NA EqlncAp 8.97 +.05 -2.4
USGovAp 6.44 ... +0.7 IntlEqB 15.68 +.18 -3.2 HYAdAp 6.33 ... NA Exch 411.60+5.23 -2.9
UtilsAp 14.18 +.14 +0.5 SmCGBp 15.61 +.19 -1.9 IncmAp 6.78 ... NA GrInAp 21.54 +.18 -3.6
VATFAp 11.83 ... +0.5 TotRtBt 18.69 +.15 -2.2 IntlEqp 31.46 +.43 -3.7 HarbAp 15.78 +.09 -1.5
Frank/Tmp Frnk Adv: Mairs & Power: IntGrln p 15.45 ... NA HiYIdA 10.74 ... +0.1
IncmeAd .2.66 +.01 -0.7 Growth 77.01 +.68 -3.6 InvAp 14.99 ... NA HYMuAp 11.19 ... +0.3
Frank/Temp Frnk B: Marsico Funds: MITxp 9.02 ... NA InTFA p 18.54 -.02 +0.2
IncomB p2.68 +.02 -0.7 Focusp 19.19 +.25 -4.6 MNTxp 8.99 ... NA MunlAp 14.83 -.02 +0.4
IncomeBt 2.67 +.02 -0.7 Growp 20.22 +.27 -4.3 NJTxAp 9.28 ... NA PATFAp 17.42 -.02 +0.4
Frank/Temp Frnk C: Matthews Asian: ' NwOpA p 50.08 +.59 -3.3 StrMuninc 13.65 -.02 +0.4
FoundAlp13.60 +.10 -2.5 Indiar 14.42 +.32-10.5 OTCAp 9.15 ... NA USMtgeA13.36 -.01 +0.8
IncomCt 2.69 +.01--0.7 PacTiger 23.19 +.30 -4.8 PATE 9.14 ... NA UtilAp 23.11 +26 +1.3
Frank/Temp Mtl A&B: Mellon Funds: TxExAp 8.79 ... NA Van Kamp Funds B:
DiscA 30.95 +.36 -2.5 IntlFd 17.02 +.18 -3.2 TFInAp 14.87 ... NA EnterpBt 12.88 +.16 -3.3
Qua[fdAt 22.49 +.21 -1.7 Midas Funds: TFHYA 13.12 ... NA EqIncBt 8.82 +.05 -2.5
SharesA 26.28 +.23 -2.6 Midas Fd 4.38 +.05 -4.8 USGvAp 13.11 ... NA HYMuBt 11.19 ... +0.3
Frank/Temp Temp A: Monetta Funds: UtilA p 14.0 ... NA MulB 14.81 -.02 +0.4
DvMktAp27.03 +.26 -4.2 Monettan13.05 +.18 -2.9 VstaAp 11.46 +.16 -3.0 PATFBt 17.36 -.02 +0.3
ForgnAp 13.58 +.13 -4.0 Morgan Stanley A: VoyAp 18.14 +.19 -4.4 StrGwth 36.23 +.50 -3.6
GIBdAp 11.08 +.02 +0.9 DivGthA 20.70 +.24 -3.7 Putnam Funds B: StrMunInc 13.64 -.02 +0.3
GrwthA p 25.30 +.23 -4.0 Morgan Stanley B: CapAprt 21.15 +.27 -4.0 US Mtge 13.30 -.01 +0.7
IntxEMp 19.96 +.21 -2.8 GIbDivB 16.18 +16 -3.2 CIscEqBt 114.85 +.20 -3.5 UtilB 23.01 +.26 +1.2
WortdAp 19.16 +.18 -4.4 StratB 20.12 +16 -2.0 DiscGr 18.72 ... NA Vanguard Admiral:
Frankv emp Tap Adv: MorganStanley nst DvrlnB t 9.94 .. NA CAITAdm n11.03-.01 +0.4
GrthA 25.33 GIVaEqAn2.31+.21 -3.1 Eqnc 17.25 +18 -42 CpOpAdlin83.25+.70 -4.8
Frank/Temp Tmp B&C: IntlEqn 20.99 +25 -1.6 EuEq 28.64 ... NA Energy n118.87 +2.10 -1.1
DevMktC 26.45 +.26 -4.2 MunderFunds 29 +25-1.6 GeoBt 17.75 ... NA ExplAdmln71.00+.81 -3.6
ForgnC p 13.37 +12 -4.1 Munder Funds A: -52 GlncBt 12.22 .. NA ExtdAdm n39.66 +.44 -3.2
InmA 21.02 +.2 -5.2 9.96 NA 500Adml29.63+1.40-3.5
GrwthCp 24.65 +.22 -4.1 Mutual Series' GIbEqt 9.96 ... NA 500Adminl29.63+1.40-3.5
GE ElfunS&S: BeacnZ 17.11 +.15 -2.4 GINtRst 2753 NA GNMAAdn10.24 ... +0.7
S&SPM 45.95 +53 -3.3 DBeacnZ 17.2811 +.35 -2. GrInBt 19.50 +.23 -4.3 GrwAdmn29.90 +.32 -3.4
GMOTrust: QuaPM 45. DisZ 31.2863 +21 -2.5 HthBt 51.33 ... NA HIthCrn 62.39 +.58 -3.0
EmMkr 20.77.31-3. QuafdZ 22.63 +.21 -1.7 HiYdBt 8.13 ... NA HiYIdCpn 6.26 ... +0.3
For 180 +25 -9 rsZ 26.48 +.24 -25 HYAdBt 6.24 ... NA ITBdAdmIln10.33-.01 +1.0
For 18.60 +.25 -2.9 Neuberger&Berm Inv: HYIncAdBt 6.74 ... NA ITBdAdmln10.33-.01 +1.0
IntntrV 35.31 +.56-2.3 Focus 31.12 +.36 -4.0 ncmBt 15.19 ... NA IntGrAdmn76.38+1.17 +03.4
GMOTrustIV: Genesns4664 +47 -2.5 IntGrNopt 15.98 ... NA ITGrAdmn 13.36 -.01 +0.5
EmrMkt 20.72 +.31 -.3 Intlr 2413 +27 -3.3 n p 153.7 NA ITGrAdm n 9.79 -.01 +0.9
Foreign 18.61 +26-2.8 partner 30.95 +42 -3.6 NJTxBt 139.270 ... NA MCpdTrAd n10.72 -.01 +0.5
IntllntrVI 35.29 +.56 -2.4 NJTxBt 9.27 .. NA MCpAdmln92.67+1.07^.0
GMOTrustVI: berger&BermTr NwOpBt 44.50 +.52 -3.4 MuHYAdmn10.89-.01+0.4
EmgMktsr20.73+.31 3 nes 48.67 +50-25 NwValp 18.85 +.21 -4.1 PrmCaprn71.38+.71 -3.9
USCoreEq 14.67 +174.2 s G NYTxB t 8.65 ... NA ReiAdm r n113.29+1.17 -
Gabelli Funds: Nich n 57.28 +.59 -5.1 OTCBt 79 ... NA 6.4
Asset 48:47 +.568-2.5 Northern Funds: 59-5 Bt 8.79 .. NA STsyAdmlnlO.32 ... +0.8
Gartmore Fds D: SmCpdxn10.73 +11 -3.8 TFHYBt 13.14 ... NA STBdAdml n9.93 -.01 +0.7
Bond 9.60 -.01 +0.8 Technln12.26 +.11 -2.5 TFnBt 14.805 NA ShtTrAdn15.58 -01 +0.3
GvtBdD 10.23 -.01 +0.8 Nuseen c i Ry USGvBt 13.05 ... NA STIGrAd n10.61 ... 0.7
GrowthD 7.76 +.09 -3.4 Nuveen C R: 01 +0 Uti5 t 13.99 ... NA SmCAdmn33.17+.34 -3.2
NationwD 18.87 +.21 -3.8 nMkAsonR 10.4 -.01 0.5 VistaBt 9.8 +13 -0 TxMCaprn67.70+.74 -3.5
TxFrr 10.44 -.01 +0.4 Oak Assoc Fds: VoyB 1573 +17-4 TtlBAdmlnlO.04-.01 +0.8
Gartmore Fds Insti: WhtOkSG n32.93+.19 -3.9 RS Funds; TStkAdm n34.06 +37 -3.4
S&P500Ins 12.00+.13 -3.5 OakmarkFunds : CoreEqA 37.91 +.47 -2.4 ValAdml n26.30 +.30 -36
Gateway Funds: Eqtylnc r n26.39 +.17 -1.3 IntGrA 18.93 +.27 -1.9 WellslAdmn53.51+21 -0.4
Gateway 27.43 +13-0.7 Globall n 26.09 +.26 -1.7 RSNtRs p 31.84 +.48 -1.2 WelltnAdm n55.99+.40 -2.0
Goldman Sachs A: Intlmrn 26.11 +25 -1.0 Value 2841 +.32 -2.5 Windsorn62,81 +.77 -3.6
GrIncA 29.28 +.33 Oakmarr n45.36+.35 -4.3 Rainier Inv Mgt: WdsrllAd n61.70 +.62 -2.9
HYMuAp 11. . .4 Select r n32.38 +31 -6.0 SmMCap 38.33 +.53 -1.8 Vanguard Fds:
MdCVAp39.60 +.45 -3.1 +0.4 Old Mutual Adv I: RiverSource A: AssetAn 28.62 +.28 -3.1
SmCapA 44.39 +.42 -3.4 Tc&ComZn3.07+.14 -2.5 DE1 12.79 +.16 -3.2 CALTn 11.78 -.02 +0.5
Goldman Sachs Inst: Oppenheimer A: DvOppA 9.00 +10-2.4 Cap0pp n36.03 +.31 -4.8
HYMunin1.58 ... +0 AMTFMu 10.35 -.01 +0.4 Growth 31.70 +.26 -3.4 Convrtn 13.88 +09 -1.7
Harbor Funds: AMTFrNY13.233 -.01 +0.5 HiYdTEA 4.41 -.01 +0.3 DivdGron14.39 +14 -3.6
Bond 11.75 -.01 +10 CAMuniAp11.78-.01 +0.7 LgCpEqp 5.82 +.05 -3.8 Energyn 63.29+1.12 -1.1
Cppnst33.39 +.33 -3.06 CapApAp4.78 +.54 -2.9 Royce Funds: Eqlncn 25.18 +.24 -3.4
stlr 61.39 +1.03 -4.1 CaplncAp 13.35 +.08 -1.3 LwPrSkSvr17.13+.14 -2.1 Explrn 76.24 +.87 -3.6
Hartford Fds A: ChmplncAp9.57 ... -0.6 MicroCapl 17.61 +.08 -2.1 FLLTn 11.63 -.01 +0.5
AdvrsAp 17.05 +.13 -2D4 vMktAp40.51 +.67 -4.8 PennMuir 11.73 +.12 -2.6 GNMAn 10.24 ... +0.7
CpAdvrsppAp 17.58 +.13 -2.4 Discp 47.09 +54 -4.2 Premierlr 18.20 +.20 -2.0 GlobEqn 23.35 +35 -27
CpAppA375 +39 -3.7 EquityA 11.09 +.14 -2.4 TotRetlr 13.91 +.13 -2.7 Groinc n 35.97 +.44 -2.9
DivGthA p 20.76 +.22 -3.4 GlobhAp 72.78 +.78 -3.7 Russell Funds S: GrthEqin 11.13 +.13 -3.6
SmlCoAp21.32 +.20 -3.4 GIbOppA 35.34 +25 -5.1 DivEq 48.44 +58 -3.3 HYCorpn 6.26 ... +0.3
Hartford Fd C: Goldp 29.50 +.43 -3.0 IntSecS 76.15+1.01 3.2 l en147.79+138 -3.0
CapApCt34.26 +.36A 3.7 IntBdAp 6.10 ... +1.7 MstitBdS 10.39 -.01 +0.7 InflaPron 12.07 -.02 +1.9
Hartford HLSIA: LtdTmMu 15.94 -.01 +0.3 QuantEqS40.74 +.49-3.8 IntExplr n21.98 +.26 -25
CapApp 53.30 +.62 -3.4 MnStFdA 40.29 +.44 -3.8 Ryex Advisor: rn28 + -
Rydi 2. . 5 -3exAdvisor: IntlGrn 24.00 +.37 -3,4
S22.59 +25 3.5 MnSOA p14.68 +17 -3.6 OTCn 1.15 +.11 -3.6 InnlValn 40.73 +57 -3.3
Advisers 22.60 +.17 -2.4 MSSCAp22.63 +.27 -2.8 SEI Portfolios: ITIGraden 9.79 -.01 +0.9
Stock 5218 +56 -3.8 MidCapA19.11 +.16 -3.2 CoreFxAn0.37 -.01 +0.8 Isry n 10.85 -.01 +1.1
TotReetBd 11.42 -.01 +0.5 PAMuniAp13.08-.01 +0.6 IntlEqAn 14.65 +.17 -2.7 LifeConn 16.71 +.09 -1.2
Hennessy Fnds: S&MdCpVI38.53+.46 -2.6 LgCGroAn21.12+.19 -3.6 LfeGron 23.91 +.24 -2.8
Corrow 18.39 +.30 3.2 StInA p 434 ... +0.7 LgCValAn22.76 .26 -3.7 Lelncn 14.06 +.03 -0.4
Corroll 29.84 +.43 -4.1 USGvp 9.4n -.01 +0.8 TxMgLCn13.43 +.13 -3.7 LifeModn20.46 ++16 -2.0
HollBae]Fd n16.01 +13 -2.3 Oppenheimer B: STI Classic: LTGrade n9.3 -.03 +0.8
Hotchkis& Wile: S LTIGrade n9.32 -.03 +0.8
Hotchkis&Wiley: AMTFMu 10.31 -.01 +0.4 CpAppAp12.07 +.13 -4.4 LTTsryn 11.23 -.03 +1.4
LgCpVIAp25.43 +.27 -3.6 AMTFrNY 13.34 .01 +0.4 CpAppCp11.23 +.11 -4.4 Morgn 18.98 +.23 -3.3
MidCpVal30.45 +31 3.2 CpncBt 13.18 +.07 -1.3 LCpVIEqA 14.89 +.17 -3.2 MuHYn 10.89 -.01 +0.4
ICHusON tr15.80 ... +ON3 ChmplncBt9. ... 0. QuGrStkC24.73+.21 -3.4 MulnsLgn12.64 -.01 +0.5
Energy 31.91 Fds: E+.78 +2. qutyB 10.52 +.12-2.5 TSnGp26.74 +.22 -3.4 Munt 1336 -.01 +0.5
Energy 31.91 +78 +2.3 StrInB 4.35 ... +0.6 Schwab Funds: MuLd n 10.72 -.01 +0.5
Hlthcare 16.91 +20 -3.5 Oppenheim Quest: 101 nnr 41.12 46 -3.5 MuLngn.32 -.02 +0.5
ISFunds, 2 6 7 1-000uL nr r 41.12 +.46 3.5 MuLongNn1 .32 -.023+0.5
SI FCnda2 QBaIA 18.66 +13 .2 i100Sel 41.11 +.46 -3.4 MuShrtn 15.58 -.01 +0.3
NoArn p 7.34 ... +0.5 Oppenheimer Roch: S&Pnv 21.67 +.23 -3.5 NJLTn 11.89 -02 +0.4
IXISAdvisor ClA: LdNYAp 3.40 ... +0.3 S&P Sel 21.75 +24 -3.5 NYLTn11.31 -.01 +0.4
TarEqy 10.55 +.21 -4.3 RoMuAp18.86 .01 +0.5 SmCplnv 23.86 +.25 -3.0 OHLTTE n12.0 -.01 +0.5
Ivy Funds: RcNtMuA 12.84 -.01 +0.1 YIdPIsSI 9.69 .. +05 PALTn 11.35 -.01 +0.5
GINatRsA p 30.57+.48 .0.8 PIMCO Admin PIMS: Selected Funds: PrecMllsrn 29.410 +.69 -1.
JPMoran A Clas: ToRt.8 Ad 10.45 -.01 +1.1 A CShD 45.56 +.51 -3.6 PmcpCorn12.66+.11 -3.8
MCpVialp26.24 +.22 -2.7 PIMCOInstl PIMS: AmShSnp45.52 +.51 -3.6 Prmcpirn 68877 +70 -3.9



JPMorganSelCi 49 DenLcMkr 10.72 +.045 +0.8 FrontrAl 13.70 +.11 -3.5 STGraden0.361 ... +0.7
ItrdAter n28.01+.35 --3.1 Flllncr 10.53 +.01 01 FrontrDl 11.64 +.09 -3.6 STFedn 10.32 -.01 +0.7
JanusdA H0id 9.95 ... +0.3 GIbSmT A 17.23 +18-4.1 StralEq n 24.40 +.31 -3.3
Balanced 24.55 +13 -1.8 LswDu 9.64 -.01 +0.8 GIbT4hA 16.36 +09 -2.4 TtRe2025n13.11+.12 -2.5
Enoerpr 49.64 +.6 -3.1 ToIRt 104.5 -01 +1.1 Sentinel Group: Tg1Re2O35n13.92+.14 -2.9
FedTE 7.03 -.01 +0. PICO Funds A: ComS A p 32.73 +.37 -3.4 USGron 18.30 +.18 -3.5
FIBnd 9.4n 7 -.01 +0.7 RealRAp 10.89 -.02 +20 Sequoia n15230+187 -3.9 USValuen14.55+.17 -4.5
Fund 28.81 +31 -2.8 ToIRtA 10.45 -.01 +1.0 Sit Funds: Wellslyn 22.0 +08 +0.4
FundaEq 2561 +27 -3.2 PIMCO Funds D: LrgCpGr 40.05 ... NA Welltn n 32.41 +23 -2.0
Gie 20.37 +23 25 TRtp 10.45 -.01 +1.1 SoundSh 38.91 +.35 -3.1 Wndsrn 18.61 +.23 -3.6
Gitech r 13.12 +.09 -3.4 PhoenixFunds A: St FarmAssoc: Wndsll n 34.75 +.35 -2.9
Grlnc 37.71 +34 -3.6 BalanA 14.67 +.10 -1.8 Gwth 56.90 +.61 -3.2 Vanguard Idx Fds:
MdCpVai 24.35 +23 -3.0 CaprA 15.88 +.21 -2.8 Stratton Funds: - 500n 129.60+1.39 -3.5
Orion 10.16 +13 -3.1 IntlA 14.01 +.17 3.1 Dividend 38.98 +.23 -5.3 Balanced n21.48 +.13 -1.8
vrseasr4649 +51 -3.9 Pioneer Funds A: Multi-Cap43.20 +.48 -1.5 DevMktn 1283 +19 -2.4
Research 26.18 +26-2.6 BondAp 9.16 -.01 +0.8 SmCap 49.07 +.54 -2.6 EMktn 23.98 +.41 -4.4
ShTmBd 289 ... +0.4 EqincA p 32.23 +.35 -2.8 SunAmerica Funds: Europe n 36.46 +.54 -2.8
Twenty 654.82 +54 3.1 EurSelEqA4l.68+.61 -3.5 USGvBI 9.29 -.01 +0.8 Extendn 39.63 +.44 -3.2
Ventur 83.75 +.70 -4.0 GrwhA p 13.50 +12 -4.1 SunAmerica Focus: Growth n 29.90 +.32 -3.4
WrodWdr 80.98 +52 3.8 IntValA 24.70 +40 -3.1 FLgCpAp18.47 +.23-4.5 ITBndn 10.33 -.01 +1.0
Jennisonryden A: MdCpGrA 15.60 +.16 -2,9 TIAA-CREF Funds': LgCaplx n25.33 +.28 -3.5
BlendA 19.67 +.21 -2.8 MdCVAp23.46 +23 -1.8 dPlus 10.14 ... +0.7 MidCap n 20.42 +.24 -3.0




lnsuredB 10.80 -.01 +0 Pioneer Funds C: ShtTrBd 10.35 -.01 +0.6 Tollntli n 17.92 +.27 -2.8
John Hancock A: HIdC t 11.29 +.05 0.0 SocChEq 10.58 +.10-3.8 TotStkn 34.05 +.37 -3.4
BondAp 14.92 -.02 +0.6 Price Funds Adv: TxExBd 10.81 ... +0.7 Value n 26.29 +.29 -3.6
ClassicVIp27.12+.2 -5.0 Growlhpn31.23 +.34 -3.8 Tamarack Funds: Vanguard nstl Fds:
StrinAp 6.59 ... +0,4 Price Funds: En1SmCp30.79 +.36 -1.7 Ballnsln 21.49 +.13 -1.7
John Hancock B: Balancen21.43 +.14 -1.8 Value 39.20 +.45 -3.5 DvMktlnsln12.71+.18 -2.5
StrIlnc 6.59 .. +0.4 BIChip n 35.45 +.41 -3.9 Templeton Instil: Eurolnst n36.51 +.55 -2.8
John Hancock C i: CABondn s105 -.01 +0.4 EmMSp 19.76 +.19 -4.2 Extln n 39.68 +.44 -3.1
LSAggr 14.76 +17 -32 CapAppn20.75 +.17 -2.0 ForEqS 26.75 +.31 -3.2 Instldxn 128.64+1.38 -3.5
LBalanc 14.42 +10 21 DivGron 25,26 +.26 -3.5 Third Avenue Fds: InsPIn 128.65+1.38 -3.5
LSGrwth 14.77 +.14 -2.6 EmEurp 31.71 +.08 -4.9 Inlr 21.69 +07 -2.9 TollBdldxn50.60 -.05 +0,8
Julius Baer Funds: EmMktSn31.83 +39 -. RIEstVIr 35,51 +.50 -3.8 InsTStPlus n30,69+.34-3.4
IntlEqi 43.89 +59 27 n.. . ... -. Value 60.20 +.48 -3.3 MidCplsl n20.48 +.24 -3.0


IntEqlllr15.32 +.22 -3.2 Europenn 20.60 +30 -28 InIValAp 28.62 +.33-3.0 TBIsIn 10.04 -.01 +0.8
KeelSmCp p 26.49+.34 71.7 GNMA n 9.40 -.01 +0.7 InIValue I 29.17 +.33 -3.0 TSInst n 34.07 +.37 -3.4
LSVValEq n19.16 +.23 -3.9 Growthn 31.49 +.36 -3.7 Thrivent Fds A: Vantagepolnt Fds:
Lazard Inst: Gr&ln n 21.96 +.20 -3.4 HiYd 5.19 ... Growth 9.47 +.09 -4.4
EmgMktl 20.59 +.35 -3.8 HlthScin 26.52 +.29 -4.3 Incm 8.68 -.011 +0.8 Victory Funds:
Legg Mason: Fd HiYield6 n 7.11 +.01 +0.2 27.81vsStA 17.81 +.17 -4.5
OpporTr 119.34 +.17 -6.1 ForEqn 20.34 +.26 -3.9 LgCpStk 27A81 Wadl &ReedAd
Spinvp 40.32 +.47 -4.1 IntlBondn 9.73 -.02 +1.6 TAIDEXA: Waddel & Reed Adv
ValTrp 71.09 +.84 -5.2 IntDisn 48,20 +:42 -3.4 JanGrowp .. 0.0 CorlnvA 6.11 +.07 -3.3
Legg Mason Instll: IntlStkn 16.76 +.22-3.8 GCGlobp 30.20 +.32 -3.3 Wasatch:
Vaffrlnst 79.21 +.93 -5.2 Japan n 10.83 +.05-4.4 TrCHYB p 9.34 ... 0.0 SmCpGr 36.94 +.2 -3.7
Legg Mason Ptrs A: LatAnm n 37.81 +.80 -4.7 TAFIxln p 9.47 -.01 +0.2 Weltz Funds:
AgGrAp112.56+1.46 -4.4 MDShrtn 5.13 -.01 +0.5 Turner Funds: Value 39.77 +.44 -4.0
ApprAp 15.19 +.16 -3.4 MDBond n1O.67 -.01 +0.4 SmICpGr n29.45 +.40 -3.3 Wells Fargo Adv :
HilncAt 7.01 +.01 -0.1 MidCapn 54.83 +.51 -3.4 Tweedy Browne: CmSIkZ 20.58 +.19 -2.0
InAICGAp 14.42 +.15 -4.1 MCapValn25.94 +.16 -2.9 GlobVal 31.67 +.45 -1.6 Opptylnv 42.41 +.41 -3.0
LgCpGA p 23.19 +.20 -5.4 NAmer n 31.39 +.27 -39 UBS Funds CIA: SCApValZ p 31.47+.34 -2.3
MgMuA p 15.66 ... +0.6 N Asia n 13.91 +.14 -5.2 GlobAllo 14.19 +.09 -1.9 Western Asset:
Legg Mason Ptrs B: New Era n46.78 +.81 -0.4 UMB Scout Funds: CorePlus 10.60 -.01 +0.7
CaplncBt 16.73 ... NA N Horiz n 32.90 +.34 -3.5 Intl 33.27 +.40 -1.7 Core 11.40 -.01 +0.7
LgCpGB t 21.61 +.18 -5.4 N Incn 8.96 -.01 +0.7 US Global Investors: William Blair N:
Longleaf Partners: NYBond n11.37 -.01 +0.4 AllAm 25.64 +.34 -2.4 GrowthN 11.69 +.11 -2.2
Partners 34.93 +.34 -4.4 PSIncn 16.01 +.08 -1.1 GIbRs 14.63 +.15 -2.4 IntlGthN 28.09 +.47 -3.1
Intl 19.61 +.32 -0.3 RealEst n 26.20 +.26 -5.9 GldShr 15.10 +.03 -6.8 Yacktman Funds:
SmCap 31.68 +.33 +1.2 R2010n 15.96 +.10 -2.1 USChina 10.14 +.14 -4.8 Fundp 15.54 +.10 -3.1


Market watch
March 19, 2007


Dow Jones
industrials


+115.76
12,226.17


Nasdaq +21.75
composite 2,394.41

Standard & +15.11
Poor's 500 1,402.06


Russell
2000


+8.28

787.05


NYSE diary
Advanced: 2,510 New highs
Declined: 790 98
New lows
Unchanged: 140 12
Volume: 2,673,397,610

Nasdaq diary

Advanced: 2,030 New highs
71
Declined: 1,015 New lows
Unchanged: 132 65
Volume: 1,621,067,290


Stocks surge


Associated Press

NEW YORK - Stocks
spiked higher Monday as Wall
Street joined overseas markets
in riding a wave of merger
news to bounce back from a
losing week The Dow Jones
industrials rose 115 points.
The buyout news, particu-
larly the possibility of an enor-
mous deal that would unite
Dutch bank ABN Amro
Holding NV with British bank
Barclays PLC, propelled
stocks higher as investors the-
orized that companies remain
upbeat about the economy if
they're willing to cut new
deals.
The advance kicked off an
important week for economic
data; the first reading, a report
from the Chicago Federal
Reserve, said regional manu-
facturing slowed in January.


The market was also waiting
for today's start of the U.S.
Federal Reserve's two-day
meeting about interest rates.
While few expect the Fed will
adjust short-term interest
rates, investors will be looking
for any change in the central
bank's posture that could hint
at where rates.are headed in
the coming months.
The Dow rose 115.76, or 0.96
percent, to 12,226.17, its biggest
one-day gain since March 6,
when the index climbed more
than 150 points.
Broader stock indicators
also rose sharply. The
Standard & Poor's 500 index
gained 15.11, or 1.09 percent, to
1,402.06, and the Nasdaq com-
posite index advanced 21.75, or
0.92 percent, to 2,394.41.
The Russell 2000 index of
smaller companies rose 8.28,
or 1.06 percent, to 787.05.


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.88f SpirilFn 14.52
.10 SprinlNex 19.06 +.02
.16 StdPac 23.01 +.11
.84 Standex 26.77 +.81
1.20 SlanlWk 54.08 +.30
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.20 Steris 25.90 +.20
.. sTGold 64.74 +.12
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2.751 SubPpne 41.59 +.19
2.52 SunCmts 30.99 +.32
.32 Suncorg 69.60 +1.77
1.10f Sunoco 67.13 +1.23
Suntech 34.61 -.47
2.921 SunTrst 84.72 +1.14
.66 Supvalu 38.14 +.55
.82f Synovus 32.51 +.52
.76 Sysco 32.72 +.28


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.971 TCFFnd 26.62 +.11
.88 TDBknorth 32.14 +.06
.76 TECO 16.82 +.07
.28 TJX 26.23 +.13
1.73 TXUCorp 64.56 +1.81
.39r Taiw$emi 11.04 +.02
.15 TalismEgs 16.38 +.51
.48 Target 60.44 +.67
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1.07e TelNorL 13.64 +.19
2.18e TercNZ 26.05 +.16
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. TenetHllh 6.50 +.15
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. Teradyn 16.74 +.03
. Terex s 70.75 +238
... Terra 1795 +.21
2.89e TerraNitro 52.60 +.43
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... TetraTs 23.50 +.59
.16 TexlnsI 31.22 -.06
.Theragen 4.53 -.18
.ThermoFis 46.49 +1.08
.ThmBet 49.58 -.05
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.40 Tiffany 42.94 +.23
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.60 ToddShp 18.64
... TollBros 28.80 +.40
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.52 Trchmrk 63.70 +.52
2.121 TorDBkg 58.81 +.86
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.28 TotalSys 31.39 +.66
... Transocn 78.30 +2.00
1.04 Travelers 50.88 +.53
.16 Tredgar 22.48 +.56
.561 TdiConll 22.28 +.18
..TradH u51.95 +2.59
..TrinaSoln 39.84 -1.65
.40 Tycolnll 31.19 +.31
.16 Tyson 18.10 -.13
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... USEC 1554 +.60
.. USG 48.79 +.19
2.401 USTInc 56.95 +.69
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1.27e Unilevers 29.21 -13
1.40f UnionPac 99.61 -.34
.. Unisys 8.20 -.07
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1.60f USBancrp 35,42 +.32
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1.26 Vectren 28.00 +.18
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.VeriFone 36.80 +1.19
1.62 VerizonCm 36.75 +.43
... ViacomB 41.00 +.90
.. VImpelCm u94.01 +5.99
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, Visteon 8.40 +.20
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3.40 Vomado 121.62 +.71
.. WCICmIs 22.40 +.49
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2.24 Wachovia 55.70 +.56
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.31 Walgm 46.53 +27
2.161 WAMull 40.27 +.39
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... WellPoint 78.99 +.19
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1.08f WestarEn 26.71 +.24
1.04 WAEMInc2 12.93 +.02
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1.00f WiscEn 48.25 +.45
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CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE
? D ED'TOa'RIAL BOARD
Gerry Mulligan ........................... publisher
Charlie Brennan ............ ..........editor
Neale Brennan ...... promotions/community affairs
Kathie Stewart .................. circulation director
Mike Arnold ........................ managing editor
Founded in 1891 Curt Ebitz ........................... citizen member
by Albert NM.
wiliianmson Mac Harris ......................... citizen member
"You may differ with my choice, but not my right to choose."
- David S. Arthurs publisher emeritus

GHTI' 0FOR CO $SUMERS




Bare-knuckled



Argenziano,



perfect for PSC


While it may create a
political uproar in
Citrus County, we're
glad that Sen. Nancy Argenziano
is back in line to be considered
for an appointment to the
Florida Public Service
Commission.
Argenziano is our THE I
no-nonsense repre-
sentative from Nancy A
Dunnellon who has on I
earned a reputation
in Tallahassee for OUR 01
doing battle with A great
just about every- consul
body who stands in
her way. (Including YOUR OPIA
this newspaper.) .:hr.:,nroi.,: o
For some hard-to- comment a
explain reason, Crhrornclie
Argenziano's appli-
cation did not make it through
the original screening process.
When people began to complain,
the committee charged with
examining the applications did a
recount and determined our
senator should be considered.
Whatever.

Dunkin' fans ot
We want doughnuts, too.
Please, please tell us it's
true. We were thrilled to
read we will soon have a
Dunkin' Donuts in Crystal |
River and in Inverness. We
come from the Boston
area and were shocked CALL
that there were no Dunkin'
Donuts. They tell us awhile 563-
ago there was a store in
Inverness and Homosassa,
but due to poor management, they
closed. I myself cannot stand the
sweetness of Krispy Kremes or dry-
ness of storebox doughnuts. My
daughter and family switched to
Krispy Kreme out of necessity. My
favorite is the plain cruller, daugh-
ter's is the raspberry filled, and Dad
and kids like chocolate frosted with
jimmies. With gas prices up, we no
longer travel to Ocala or the Florida
turnpike, even though we are
Dunkin' Donut addicts - at least I
am.
Cut-and-run party
It seems to me that cut-and-run is
the Republican thing. You see, there
are distinct advantages to being a
senior citizen. I can remember the
Korean War and Ike's campaign
promise, "I'll bring the boys home."
Well, for the most part, that was
true. He brought the boys home
from U.S. Steel, General Motors,
AT&T and most of our major corpo-
rations. I was one of those boys and
that was the first and last time I
ever voted for a Republican. The
only thing that he didn't bring home
was 8,000 of our boys who were
Korean War prisoners - yes, that's
8,000 MIAs never to be seen again.
This was hushed up for years. I will
never forgive him for that. Doug
MacArthur would have never let that
happen.
A "cut-and-run" Republican was
Gerald Ford, too, abandoning
Vietnam. Strangely enough, the
world didn't end. Even Bush recent-
ly visited Vietnam, and now we are
negotiating with North Korea. By
the way, North Korea is still holding
our Navy ship, The Pueblo, and they
not only have weapons of mass
destruction but their leader brags
about it. We probably won't go over
there again because North Korea
doesn't have oil reserves. Does this
sound familiar?


Argenziano is - in our view -
the perfect person to sit on the
PSC. She has no strong ties to
the industries that are regulated
by the PSC - power, telephone
and water/sewer-- so she will be
independent. She can't be bul-
lied because she
SSUE: has the tendency to
SSUE: rip the head off of
genziano anyone who tries to
PSC. do so.
And she has a his-
PINION: tory of scrutinizing
deal for rate-increase
mers. requests made by
the utilities in
I/ON: Go t,:- Florida. She has the
trne.com to political and con-
,our roday's summer credentials
eaitonal to get the job done.
We know that
Argenziano has a good relation-
ship with Gov. Charlie Crist and
since he makes the appoint-
ments, her future is looking pret-
ty bright.
We urge the governor to do
what's right for consumers and
appoint Argenziano to the PSC.

S Motto on coins
This is for "Check old
coins," who has a silver
dollar that has "In God we
trust" on it: Yes, there was
"In God we trust" on a few
coins. It started in the Civil
War by a minister who
wanted archeologists,
0579 when they found our
0579/ destroyed nation, to know
that we had some faith in
God. It was not officially
on all the money until 1956. And I
repeat, it was only on a couple of
coins, not all of them.
Editor's note: According to the U.S.
Treasury's Web site: "The motto has
been in continuous use on the one-cent
coin since 1909, and on the 10-cent
coin since 1916. It also has appeared,
on all gold coins and silver dollar coins,
half-dollar coins, and quarter-dollar
coins struck since July 1, 1908."
Medical deduction
Further to the Sound Off titled
"Reagan years": 01' Ronny took
away our medical care deduction,
too. It had to be a certain percent-
age of your salary once Ronnie got
through with it, where before you
used to be able to deduct straight
medical expenses. He didn't cut my
taxes one darn bit.
EOC impact fee
I sure was hoping to see more
outrage by the public about the fact
that $500,000 impact fees was
being levied by the county for the
new EOC, charging themselves at
our expense, us taxpayers ... Are
they really charging themselves an
impact fee and paying for it with tax
dollars? I wonder if the county's
going to start charging itself prop-
erty taxes next...
Watch out, Citrus County. The
powers that be are facing state-
mandated legislation to lose the
ability to collect property taxes on
homesteaded properties. Hooray for
us property owners, finally. By the
way, I heard the building depart-
ment approached Lowes and Home
Depot and wanted to be notified of
building material purchases of
more than $50.
What are they up to? The building
department supports many, many
employees and is a major funding
source for the coffers of the coun-
ty's bank account...


Will GOP go Hollywood again?


T he battle for the
Republican presi-
dential nomination
underwent a major trans- '
formation last weekend
when Fred Thompson told
Chris Wallace of the Fox
News Channel that he is
considering entering the
race. This is no minor
development Bob Beckel,
Clinton's longtime- press William
secretary and now a OTH
Democratic -commentator VOK
for Fox, promptly asserted
that Thompson is the only
possible Republican contender "who
scares me," and he is right to worry
Thompson first attracted national
notice as the Republican minority
counsel in Congress's investigation of
the Watergate scandal. Television
viewers liked the imperturbable fig-
ure they saw, and parts in various
Hollywood movies came Thompson's
way. Then, in 1994, Thompson was
elected to the U.S. Senate in a land-
slide to fill the remainder of Al Gore's
term, which Gore had vacated on his
election as vice president in 1992.
Thompson was elected to a full term in
1996, and served as chairman of the
Senate's Governmental Affairs
Committee.
In 2002, Thompson's prospects for
re-election were rosy but, perhaps
understandably, he opted to retire
from the Senate and earn substantial-
ly more money for himself and his fam-
ily as an actor. He was promptly
snapped up by the wildly popular tele-
vision series "Law & Order," which


cast him as the wise and
avuncular district attorney
who oversaw its criminal
prosecutions.
And recently, the Bush
Justice Department enlist-
ed him to accompany
Supreme Court nominees
John Roberts and Samuel
Alito on their visits to key
' senators when their nomi-
Rusher nations were up for ratifica-
�ER tion. The counsel of a
CES shrewd former senator was
judged of high value to the
nominees.
Thompson has not yet officially
thrown his hat into the 2008 ring, but
his statement to Fox News was clearly
intended to call attention to the possi-
bility, and test the waters.
It is a major development because
Thompson has so many undeniable
qualifications for the nomination.
First and foremost, he is a true-blue
conservative, comfortable with all the
positions on social issues (abortion,
gay rights, gun control, etc.) that give
Rudy Giuliani so much difficulty and
that have inspired John McCain and
Mitt Romney to "flip-flop" in recent
years to curry favor with social conser-
vatives. In the second place, he is (as
his television career demonstrates) an
immensely attractive personality at 64,
with a rumpled and thoughtful charm.
Thirdly, his service for eight years in
the U.S. Senate (four times Barack
Obama's current tenure) attests to his
success as a political leader. And final-
ly, he hails from a border state -
Tennessee - with all that implies for


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reported also... could it be to stack
the deck? That's an "opinion," too.
Reporting is telling both sides of a
story and letting the citizens come to
their own conclusions based on
integrity and even more importantly,
the facts.
Maybe the "other side of the story"
could be printed some time in the
near future so people can make their
decision based on the integrity this
critical issue truly deserves.
Dee Atkins
Crystal River

Well-behaved judge
As millions watched the Couey trial
on Court television, the Honorable
Ric Howard, judge of the Fifth


electability in the South and else-
where.
Thompson's biggest disadvantage
may be that he is entering the race
rather late, as things seem to be shap-
ing up this year. Many of the big
donors, and most of the knowledge-
able campaign managers, have
already been signed up by one or
another of the candidates who have
preceded him into the race.
But in another respect his timing is
impeccable. The millions of conserva-
tive voters who constitute the
Republican Party's base, and whose
support is going to be indispensable to
any nominee who hopes to win the
election, have had visible difficulty
generating great enthusiasm for any of
the other candidates. Giuliani is an
outspoken liberal on a good many
important issues. McCain is a bad-tem-
pered maverick who has been all over
the map. Romney is a latecomer to var-
ious conservative causes, and anyway
he's a Mormon. But Thompson is a
loveable, natural-born conservative
without a flyspeck on his record. If he
wades into the race, he may excite con-
servatives as much as Obama excites
liberals, political journalists and war
protesters.
And by the way, if his critics try to
dismiss him as just (or mostly) "an
actor," don't forget what happened the
last time they tried that

William Rusher is a Distinguished
Fellow of the Claremont Institute for
the Study of Statesmanship and
Political Philosophy.


One-sided presentation
I'm disappointed in the article in
the Chronicle (recently) about the
run-off election discussion in Crystal
River.
The article seems to contain only
one side of the story ... a side you
could get from either of the two
Charter committee members present
Certainly not from the several citizens
who were present and spoke.
First, anyone with any sense of
logic should realize that having a spe-
cial election is spending money
unnecessarily, money in a budget that
the city should be trying to find ways
to trim, not spend.
Secondly, a non-partisan city elec-
tion during a partisan primary elec-
tion is probably not going to be well
received if the citizens actually knew
about it, especially since only a frac-
tion of the voters turn out to vote in a
primary election. But, unless they
attended the meeting or saw it on Tl,
they aren't getting this information.
Those are facts not stated in the
article. It is today, as it has been so
many times in the past, one-sided and
biased.
I'm not writing to. debate the fact
that the election should or should not
change. I took my stand at the meet-
ing Monday night and will do so
again, but I was so hoping to see both
sides printed in the Chronicle.
It seems there was no hesitation to
express an "opinion" as to the rea-
sons Mayor Kitchen and Mr. Price
had for rejecting the idea for the elec-
tion change.
On the other hand, the agenda the
other council members may have for
wanting it adopted should have been


Judicial Circuit, made Citrus County
residents proud.
After the debacle of the "judgeman-
ship" in the Anna Nicole Smith court
action, it was most refreshing to
watch as our local judge superbly
demonstrated how to appropriately
conduct legal proceedings.
William C. Young
Crystal River

Roe v. Wade is right
A person called in to say that chil-
dren who were not aborted should
appreciate zealots who believe that
Roe v. Wade is wrong.
I do not thank anyone who blocks a
woman's choice. If a woman has a
baby that isn't wanted and can't be
cared for, she should be allowed to
have an abortion.
My mother didn't want me and
couldn't care for me.
I wish she had had an abortion. I
would gladly give up all the years of
mental, physical and verbal abuse I
suffered by her and my father.
I would gladly give up all the coun-
seling bills my husband and I paid for
because she didn't abort me, and I
curse the people who stand in judg-
ment
Just because a woman's womb is
quickened does not make her a moth-
er who protects children and doesn't
destroy them. It does make her a per-
son who has choices to make, and I
wish to God she had made the correct
choice and that I was not made to suf-
fer the life of hell she made for me as
a child.
Kathy Dobronyi
Inverness


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Researchers shed light on 'King Lear effect'


The Washington Post

In Shakespeare's "King
Lear," a powerful man comes
to a tragic end because he sur-
rounds himself with flatterers
and banishes the friends who
will not varnish the truth to
please him.
Several controversies in the
past six years of the Bush
administration - including two
in the news last week - bring
Lear to mind. From discredit-
ing a covert CIA officer whose
husband had criticized the
invasion of Iraq to having the
Justice Department find out
which U.S. attorneys were
"loyal Bushies," from sidelin-
ing a general who said more
troops would be needed in Iraq
to silencing government scien-
tists who advocated action
against global warming, the
Bush administration has regu-
larly evinced a with-me-or-
against-me attitude to criticism.
Psychological experiments
show that nearly everyone is
susceptible to the lure of ignor-
ing criticism.
There are two important dif-
ferences, however, between
ordinary people and the pow-
erful. Kings, presidents and
CEOs get to decide who sur-
rounds them and what they
will hear. Even those leaders
who invite critics into their cir-
cle may not hear contrary
views because the bravest of
employees can find it difficult
to tell their bosses things they



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do not wish to hear.
"People in high-power posi-
tions are flattered a lot, so they
don't get realistic feedback
from others," said Dutch social
psychologist Roos Vonk, who
has conducted experiments
into how ingratiation works.
"That happens a lot with politi-
cians because they are sur-
rounded by people who sup-
port them. They get a very unre-
alistic image of themselves.
Vonk cited a Dutch proverb
that summed up the phenome-
non: Powerful men and beauti-
ful women never get to hear
the truth.
In a series of experiments,
the psychologist found that
people tend to believe flattery
directed at them, even though
they recognize such praise as


fake when directed at a third
party. Vonk said the error aris-
es because people generally
believe they are better than'
others recognize. When some-
one says nice things about us,
this assessment "fits better"
with our intuitive sense of our-
selves, making flattery feel
more accurate than criticism.
Vonk said this means leaders
and managers who want honest
feedback must go to extraordi-
nary lengths to solicit criticism
- which is difficult to do
because leaders also seek to
project decisiveness.
Social psychologists have
long studied what happens to
groups that exclude contrarian
viewpoints, and in the 1970s
Irving Janis first coined the
term groupthinkk" to describe


the phenomenon. Two decades
later, Philip Tetlock, a profes-
sor of organizational behavior
and political science at the
University of California at
Berkeley, analyzed decisions
around crucial moments in his-
tory, such as British Prime
Minister Neville Chamber-
lain's appeasement of Hitler,
John E Kennedy's Bay of Pigs
invasion, Richard Nixon's
efforts to cover up Watergate,
and Lyndon Johnson's escala-
tion of U.S. involvement in the
Vietnam War.
Tetlock found that leaders
who encouraged dissent were
more likely to make the right
calls. But he found that leaders
who welcomed contrary points
of view were not guaranteed suc-
cess - Jimmy Carter's botched


attempt to rescue U.S. hostages
in Iran being one example.
Overconfidence is a central
problem for policymakers,
Tetlock said. Political experts
are more confident about their
predictions than their track
records (and results) warrant.
Tetlock said liberals might be
more comfortable than conser-
vatives with the idea of system-
atically encouraging dissent,
but presidential scholar Fred I.
Greenstein said his study of
chief executives during the past


half century showed that the
man who best exemplified the
encourage-conflicting-views
approach was Republican
Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Greenstein, the co-author of
"How Presidents Test Reality,"
credited Eisenhower's ap-
proach with keeping the
United States out of Indochina
in the mid-1950s, noting that
Democratic presidents pur-
sued the opposite style of deci-
sion making a decade later in
Vietnam.


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Report: Bomb planner confesses


Nation RIEFS

In mourning


Operative allegedly

masterminded USS

Cole, embassy attacks

Associated Press
WASHINGTON-- Waleed bin Attash, a
.-suspected key al-Qaida operative, con-
fessed to plotting the bombings of the
USS Cole and two U.S. embassies in
-Africa, according to a Pentagon transcript
of a hearing at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
More than 200 were killed in the
simultaneous attacks on the embassies


In bed


with the


enemy?


Presidential race

reveals close ties

in media, politics
Los Angeles Times

Some of America's most
prominent political reporters
are, quite literally, wedded to
the 2008 presidential race.
Their spouses work for one of
the candidates.
Relationships that cross the -.
media-political divide raise
ethical questions for the jour-
nalists and their employers.
Should the potential conflict of
interest merely be disclosed to
readers or viewers? Or should
reporters be shifted into new
jobs, to lessen the appearance
their motives might be divid-
ed?
Heading into the presiden-
tial year, the answers to those
questions have been markedly
different for at least four jour-
nalists:
* Los Angeles Times politi-
cal reporter Ron Brownstein
recently began an assignment
as a columnist for the newspa-
per's opinion and editorial
pages, after the paper banned
him from writing news stories
about the presidential race.
The Times was seeking to
avoid the appearance of a con-
. flict because Brownstein is
married to Eileen McMen-.
amin, chief spokeswoman for
- ,Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.
S Matthew Cooper, the for-
,mer Time magazine corre-
?spondent who was a witness in
'the recent trial of former vice
. presidential aide I. Lewis
"Scooter" Libby, said he hasn't
, figured out exactly how to cope
with his wife, Mandy
SGrunwald, being a chief ad
' strategist in Sen. Hillary
,, Clinton's campaign for the
Democratic nomination. Now
' Wash i ngton editor for Portfolio
;-magazine, Cooper said he
:*:expects to write about Clinton
,;and "to acknowledge my wife
_,works for Hillary ... at least on
>Hillary-centric stories."
S Nina Easton, Fortune
'magazine Washington bureau -
chief and Fox Television ana-
lyst, said she would not write
*stories centering on McCain's
campaign because her hus-
band, Russ Schriefer, is plot- S
ting media strategy for the
Arizona senator. When appear-
ing as a Fox television com-
mentator, she said she plans at
least occasional disclaimers to
tell viewers she is married to a WAS]
McCain adviser. plant s
* NBC's Campbell Brown A dona
will continue to cover politics for c
after her husband rejected Cather
overtures to join the campaign Would
of Massachusetts Gov. Mitt part of
Romney, a Republican presi- with an
dential candidate. Dan Senor, a "I ca
former White House aide and ing no,'
once top spokesman for the student
Coalition Provisional Authority teary-e:
in Iraq, opted to start a private old All
investment company, partly so cuddlir
his wife would not face a con- as not
flict on the political beat healing
Journalism critics said the Actu
public's skepticism toward the choice
media has been heightened by transpl
recent events, particularly the change.
Libby trial, which revealed a crease
cozy relationship between have m


Washington journalists and awaiting
their sources. asked t


in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998. And 17
sailors were killed and dozens injured
when suicide bombers steered an
explosives-laden boat into the guided
missile destroyer Cole on Oct 12, 2000.
"I participated in the buying or pur-
chasing of the explosives," bin Attash
said when asked what his role was in
the attacks. "I put together the plan for
the operation a year and a half prior to
the operation, buying the boat and
recruiting the members that did the
operation."
Also alleged to have been bin Laden's
bodyguard at one time, bin Attash is one
of 14 so called "high-value" prisoners
transferred last year to U.S. military
custody at the Guantanamo Bay Naval


Base after being held by the CIA at a
secret location.
Hearings for them, started March 9,
are being conducted in secret by the
military as it tries to determine whether
the detainees should be declared
"enemy combatants" who can be held
indefinitely and prosecuted by military
tribunals. If, as expected, the 14 are
declared enemy combatants, they could
then be charged and tried under the
new military commissions law signed by
President Bush in October.
Another of the 14, Khalid Sheikh
Mohammed, confessed to nearly three
dozen plots including the 9/11 attacks
on the U.S. according to transcripts
released last week Bin Attash's tran-


script, made public Monday, is the
fourth the military has released.
Bin Attash, who was captured in 2003
and is now in his late 20s, told a March 12
hearing that he met with the man who
did the embassy bombings just a few
hours before the operation took place,
according to the transcript released by
the Defense Department
"I was the link between Osama bin
Laden and his deputy Sheikh Abd al-
Rahim al-Nashiri," who authorities say
worked with bin Attash on planning the
Cole attack, bin Attash said.
Bin Attash also said he was with bin
Laden when the Cole was attacked
while refueling in Yemen's port of
Aden.


Really jumbo jet


Associated Press
ABOVE: An Airbus A380, the world's largest
passenger jet, touches down Monday at Los
Angeles International Airport. The superjumbo
made its inaugural visit to the United States
Monday, with flights to Los Angeles and New
York City. LEFT: Got enough room? The interi-
or of the A380 is shown during a press tour.
Monday at New York's Kennedy International
Airport. The A380 has a range of 8,000 nauti-
cal miles and can carry a combined total of
549 passengers on its two full-sized decks.
BELOW: A view of one of the plane's massive
wings showing two of its enormous engines.
The A380 Is 239 feet long, and ha. a total
wingspan of 261 feet. By contrast, the first air-
plane flight by the Wright Brothers on Dec. 17,
1903, only traveled about 120 feet - less
than half the total wingspan of the A380.


plit livers' could save lives with transplants


Associated Press
HINGTON - The trans-
urgeon had good news:
ted liver was on the way
ritically ill Maggie
wood. Then he asked:
she let doctors cut off
her new liver to share
equally sick baby?
n't imagine anyone say-
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t said -last week as,
yed, she met 8-month-
lison Brown, carefully
ig the wide-eyed baby so
to bump each other's
incisions.
ally, few ever get the
- something the nation's
ant network soon may
There's a push to in-
liver-splitting that could
any more people who are
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organ: A piece of a healthy one
can grow into a whole organ in
about a month. That's why
some people receive liver
transplants from living donors
who have just a portion of their
organ cut out and given away.
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when someone dies, to try to
save two lives with one donation.
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accounting for between 2 and 3
percent of the more than 6,000
liver transplants annually Just
123 split-liver transplants were
performed in the U.S. last year
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Catherwood. But she said yes,
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Associated Press
Sean Bell's parents, William
and Valerie Bell, attend a
news conference Monday
outside the Queens Criminal
court building in New York.
Police in shooting
appear before judge
NEW YORK - Three police
officers charged in a 50-bullet
barrage that killed an unarmed
groom on his wedding day
appeared before a judge Mon-
day and had their first encounter
since the shooting with the vic-
tims and their families.
In a packed, tension-filled
courtroom, the three officers
stood with their hands clasped
during the 20-minute hearing as
they pleaded not guilty in the
shooting that killed 23-year-old
.Sean Bell and wounded two of
his friends.
The officers fired 46 of the 50
shots. The judge set bail for the
two officers who fired the most
bullets and released the other
without bail.
Rates drop at
weekly T-bill auction
WASHINGTON - Interest
rates on short-term Treasury
bills fell in Monday's auction with
three-month bills dropping to the
lowest level in nearly three
months.
The Treasury Department
auctioned $20 billion in three-
month bills at a discount rate of
4.930 percent, down from 4.965
percent last week. An additional
$16 billion in six-month bills was
auctioned at a discount rate of
4.910 percent, down from 4.920
percent.
The three-month rate was the
lowest since these bills aver-
aged 4.875 percent on Dec. 26.
The six-month rate was the low-
est since the 4.855 percent of
two weeks ago.
The discount rates reflect that
the bills sell for less than face
value. For a $10,000 bill, the
three-month price was
$9,875.38, while a six-month bill
sold for $9,751.77.
Separately, the Federal
Reserve said Monday that the
average yield for one-year
Treasury bills, a popular index
for making changes in
adjustable rate mortgages,
edged up slightly to 4.93 per-
cent last week from 4.92 per-
cent the previous week.

World BRIEF

Russia mine blast
kills at least 78
MOSCOW - A methane gas
explosion deep in a Siberian
coal mine killed at least 78 peo-
ple and left another 50 trapped
Monday in Russia's worst min-
ing disaster in a decade.
Among the missing were
company officials and safety
experts who had been inspect-
ing a British-made hazard-moni-
toring system, said Sergei
Cheremnov, a spokesman for
the regional government in
Kemerovo where the mine is
located about 1,850 miles east
of Moscow.
A British man and his inter-
preter were among those killed,
he said.
Up to 200 workers were in the
Ulyanovskaya mine when the
explosion occurred about 885
feet underground in the coal-rich
southern region known as the
Kuzbass, emergency and
regional officials said. At least
75 people were rescued.
Rescuers were checking a
large section of the mine for the
missing people and were in con-
tact with some of the surviving
miners, officials said.
"Their work is complicated by
a great number of obstructions,"
Eduard Sivtsov, a spokesman for
Yuzhkuzbassugol, the company
that operates the mine, told NTV.
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Gators turn South Lawn into the Swamp


President Bush

honors 2006

National Champions
Associated Press

WASHINGTON - Any time he hon-
ors a championship team, President
Bush looks for a chance to bring up
the underdog theme.
If he can link it to his own presi-
dency, that's even better.
So welcome to the White House,
Florida Gators. You fit right in.
In a chilly South Lawn ceremony,
Bush lauded the University of
Florida's football team on Monday for
its 2006 championship season. The


Gators routed Ohio State, 41-14, in
January despite being given little
chance to win by oddsmakers and mil-
lions of college football fans.
"Like you might remember, all the
pre-game polls said you couldn't win,"
Bush told the team. "So much for
polls."
Florida became the first school in
NCAA history to hold national titles in
basketball and football in 'the same
season. These are heady times in
Gainesville, Fla.; the basketball team
is the midst of defending its title and
has already won twice in this month's
NCAA tournament.
"It's amazing, isn't it?" Bush said.
"The basketball team, and now the
football team. What are you doing
down there?"
Under coach Urban Meyer's game


plan, Florida won by using two quar-
terbacks - senior Chris Leak and
freshman Tim Tebow. Leak stood next
to Meyer at the ceremony, directly
behind the president. Tebow, the
hulking underclassman, was a row
behind them.
Turning to find them both, Bush
said: "That's what we call teammates,
people playing together for the com-
mon good."
Florida played plenty of defense,
too. In one memorable play in the
championship game, linebacker Earl
Everett lost his helmet but kept run-
ning and chased down Ohio State
quarterback Troy Smith for a tackle.
"I've seen that face before," Bush
told a smiling Everett. "So has the
whole country. You might remember,
Please see . /Page 3B


Associated Press
University of Florida head football coach Urban Meyers, right, presents President
Bush with a team jersey as the president honored the 2006 NCAA champion
'Gators' Monday onthe South Lawn of the White House in Washington.


St. Patrick's Tournament Final Results


CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT
1. Mike Sanderson 218
2. Doug Snoap 219
3. Rick Powers 220
4. Bill Zylstra 222
5. Chris Bernhard 225
6. Berger Warner 226
FIRST FLIGHT
1. Duke West 236
2. Brian Whipple 238
3. Jack Mahan 240
4. Nate Connor 240
5. Tim Thayer 240
6. Jim Letterly 240
SECOND FLIGHT
1. Jack Wentzel 242
2. Tom Nugent 243
3. Wendell Lee 243
4. Jim Olmstead 245
5. Jim Marks 246
6. Roger Langley 247
THIRD FLIGHT
1. Amie Willadsen 246
2. Todd Ruggere 252
3. Sandy Herrick 256
4. John Martin 259
5. Joe Nevaras 261
6. Dan Wilson 264
:7. Charles Demicoli 267
FOURTH FLIGHT
1. Ray Jarzyna 257
2. David Cooper Jr. 258
3. Richard Whipple 261
4. David Stewart 262
5. Phil Foster 262
6. Robert Pennell 263
FIFTH FLIGHT
1. John Marchesani 255
2. Bill McHugh 256
3. Bob Wise 264
4. Walter Fitton 269
5. John Fogarty 270
6. . Tom Bridwell 270
SIXTH FLIGHT
1. Bob Morin 256
2. Patrick Hart 258
3. Mel Zeiner 262
4. Jack Hulett 263
5. Nick Marsicano 263
6. Keith Winters 267
SEVENTH FLIGHT
1. Tony Parazzo 270
2. Ken Nicklas 270
3. Mike Holden 273
4. Rico Tremante 276
5. Deuce Doty 277
6. Phil Miller 279
EIGHTH FLIGHT
1. Jim St. Claire 273
2. Paul Caruso 285
3; Robert Norton 286
4. Larry Dodd 287
5. Ed Doyle 291
6. Dick Reigler 293
NINTH FLIGHT
1. Ray Nash
2. Ed Acorn
3. Ron Laramee
4. Mike Reed


Waltrip stalls


to begin season


Driver has failed to

qualifyfor the last 3

Nextel Cup events

Associated Press

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - It's hard not to feel
sorry for Michael Waltrip.
Between the Daytona 500 cheating scan-
dal and atrocious at-track performance,
Waltrip's having a horrendous start to the
season.
He failed to make the field for the last
three Nextel Cup events. And the cars he
fields for Dale Jarrett and David
Reutimann are nothing more than back-
markers, frustrating for a car owner who
can't put a competitive product on the
track
What was supposed to be Waltrip's
dream season has become his worst night-
mare - the kind you wouldn't wish on your
worst enemy.
Sponsors are getting restless, Toyota. offi-
cials are scratching- their heads .and fans
are finding it hard to root for someone
who's not even in the race.
An embarrassed and humbled Waltrip's
desperately trying to keep things together.
"We're not hitting it in many different
ways," said the two-time Daytona 500 win-
ner
So, Waltrip's asking for help.
He's asked Toyota Racing Development
Please see . /Page 3B


Associated Press
NASCAR driver Michael Waltrip waits his
turn to qualify for the Kobalt 500 Nextel Cup
Series auto race at Atlanta Motor Speedway
Friday in Hampton, Ga. Waltrip did not quali-
fy for the race.


S... . ... . . . " , ' ..Sports -. EF . :


Dolphins' Porter accused Medlen hospitalized after No criminal charges filed Vols' QB has surgery on
of punching Bengals' Jones accident at Gainesville for Simon in Rangers hit knee, should return by May


LAS VEGAS - Miami Dolphins line-
backer Joey Porter was accused of punch-
ing Cincinnati Bengals offensive lineman
Levi Jones after police said the players
exchanged trash talk at a
casino blackjack table.
Porter was issued a
summons on a misde-
meanor battery charge
after the Sunday alterca-
tion that began inside the
Palms hotel-casino, Las
Vegas police Officer
Martin Wright said. Joey Porter
"They went outside. In
the valet area, one struck the other, caus-
ing a small laceration above the eye,"
Wright said Monday, calling the injury
minor.
Porter could face up to a year in jail and
up to a $1,000 fine, Wright said, but no
court date was immediately available.


GAINESVILLE - NHRA driver Eric
Medlen was critically injured Monday in an
accident at Gainesville Raceway, his team
said.
Medlen, who drives for John Force
Racing, was injured when his Funny Car
crashed into the right guard rail during a
test session. The 33-year-old was trans-
ported by helicopter to the University of
Florida medical center, where he was
being treated in the intensive care unit, the
team said on its Web site.
His injuries were not disclosed.
"Eric's extended family would like to. thank
everyone for their thoughts and prayers,"
said Kelly Antonelli, spokesperson for JFR.
Medlen, a six-time NHRA winner, partici-
pated in the Gatornationals on Sunday.
A former crewman on Force's champi-
onship-winning Funny Cars, Medlen
began his own driving career in 2004. He
has six career victories.


MINEOLA, N.Y. - Chris Simon, the
New York Islanders forward suspended for
a league-record 25 games for a vicious
pn-ice hit, will not face criminal charges.


"After completing a
thorough review of the
on-ice incident, my office
has declined to criminally
charge New York
Islander Chris Simon,"
Nassau County District
Attorney Kathleen Rice
said in a statement.
The NHL suspended
Simon for his two-hand-


Chris Simon


ed stick attack to the face of the New York
Rangers' Ryan Hollweg during a March 8
game at the Nassau Coliseum.
Rice said her office considered "the will-
ingness of the potential victim to support a
criminal prosecution" and other factors in
reaching its decision.


KNOXVILLE, Tern. - Tennessee start-
ing quarterback Erik Ainge had surgery
Monday on his injured right knee and will
need at least three weeks to recover.
Ainge had torn cartilage in his knee, and
the doctors opted to remove it instead of
repair it. Repair would have been a meant a
longer recovery period of eight to 12 weeks.
His recovery now should take between three
and six weeks, head trainer Jason McVeigh
said.
'This injury to Erik is not expected to
impact the 2007 season or his long-term
health in any way," McVeigh said.
The Volunteers will resume spring practice
on Tuesday after taking time off for spring
break. Ainge has been held out of practice
since the injury was discovered earlier this
month.
Ainge, who will.be a senior this fall, set the
school's single-season record for completion
percentage last season at 67 percent.


Dontrelle Willis to start
opening day for Marlins
JUPITER - Dontrelle Willis will be the
Florida Marlins' starting pitcher when the
team opens the season at Washington on
April 2.
It's the second straight
opening-day start for the
left-hander, who went 12-
12 with a 3.87 ERA last
season. Marlins manager
Fredi Gonzalez told
Willis of the decision
early Monday.
"He's the guy that's Dontrelle
been here the longest," Willis
Gonzalez said.
The Marlins plan to use a four-man rota-
tion in the early going, with Anibal
Sanchez, Scott Olsen and Ricky Nolasco
expected to follow Willis in some order.
The team won't need a fifth starter until at
least April 10.
- From wire reports


MARCH 20, 2007


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Gators thriving in second half


Associated Press

GAINESVILLE - Maybe the
Florida Gators make good
adjustments. Maybe they wear
down opponents. Maybe they
can turn it on when they need it
most
Or maybe they're just a sec-
ond-half team.
The defending national
champions certainly have been
in the NCAA tournament,
outscoring Jackson State and
Purdue 116-70 in the final 20
minutes of their first two
games to advance to the round
of 16.
"It's not how you start, it's


Associated Press
A Florida fan holds up a sign
after Florida defeated Purdue,
74-67, in the second round of
the NCAA Midwest Regional
basketball tournament Sunday
in New Orleans.


how you finish," center Al
Horford said Monday. "It's
good when you get a good start,
but it's not going to make the
difference in the game."
At least maybe not for
Florida (31-5).
The Gators used key second-
half runs to win both games last
week. They outscored 16th-
seeded Jackson State 24-8 in
the first five minutes of the sec-
ond half and finished with a
school-record 71 points after
the break
They trailed Purdue by
seven points in the first half
and were down 33-29 early in
the second. But they put togeth-
er a 7-0 run, followed four min-
utes later by a 10-2 spurt to
seize control for good.
"We go in at halftime and
make a lot of adjustments," for-
ward Chris Richard said. "We
realize how people are playing
us, what they're giving up on
defense and how we need to
stop teams. It's helped us a lot
"But we'd rather find a way
to pick it up so we're not this
second-half team. Because if a
team gets too far ahead of us,
then we might not be able to
catch up. We have to turn it up
a notch."
The top-seeded Gators would
like to play better from the
start, beginning Friday against
fifth-seeded Butler in the
Midwest Regional in St Louis.
Coach Billy Donovan said
several factors may have con-
tributed to Florida's second-
half surges.


Associated Press
Florida's Joakim Noah (13) slaps hands with fans as he leaves the court after Florida beat Purdue in
an NCAA second-round game Sunday in New Orleans.


It could be halftime changes.
It could be his team's propensi-
ty to wear down opponents
with their up-tempo offense,
pressing defense, perimeter
shooting and considerable size
advantage in the post. It could
be timely shooting.
It also could be an unfamil-
iarity with tournament oppo-
nents - a definite change from
the Southeastern Conference
schedule.
'"When you see two and a
half, three months of the same
people over and over and over,


you know how tall, you know
how quick, you get a much bet-
ter feel," Donovan said. "In this
tournament, there is no famil-
iarity. This is the first time
you're going on the floor and
seeing them."
So it takes time to adjust
The Gators experienced sim-
ilar situations in the Final Four
last year. Behind the 3-point
shooting of Lee Humphrey,
they turned games against
George Mason and UCLA into
routes early in the second
halves.


Humphrey hit two 3s during
a 20-6 run against the Patriots
coming out of the locker room,
then sparked a 13-4 spurt to
start the second against the
Bruins with two more shots
from behind the arc.
"I don't know exactly what it
could be - halftime adjust-
ments or just getting hot at the
right time," Humphrey said.
Either way, it has become a
trend.
Not only has Florida started
NCAA tournament games slow,
then turned it on after the


break, the team has done the
same much of the season.
In fact, the Gators have
scored more points in the sec-
ond half 25 times in 36 games.
They also used huge second
halves to overcome double-
digit deficits against Alabama-
Birmingham, Vanderbilt and
Alabama.
"It's just our will to win and
our sacrifice for one another,"
forward Joakim Noah said.
"We've made a lot of good
comebacks, but there are
games that we've been hit in
the mouth early and weren't
able to come back.
"Those are learning experi-
ences, and we realize you can't
get hit like that, especially in
the beginning of the game.
There's no more learning when'
you lose in this tournament.
Once you lose it's over. There's
no more season, there's no
more practice, there's no more
playing with one another. We
realize that."
Donovan had one other theo-
ry: sky-high expectations that
have come with returning all
five starters and trying to
become the first team to repeat
as champs since Duke in 1992.
"It's the expectation on this
team that people are looking
for perfection and we're not,"
he said.
"We're a flawed basketball
team like everybody else in
this sport. There's no perfect
teams out there and we're cer-
tainly not perfect"


NBA ROUNDUP


NHL ROUNDUP


Hawks fly
Associated Press

ATLANTA - Josh Childress
scored a season-high 25 points
and Zaza Pachulia had 23 to
help the Atlanta Hawks to their
biggest romp this season, 99-76
over the Sacramento Kings on
Monday night
Atlanta extended its home
winning streak to five games.
Sacramento, led by Corliss
Williamson's 14 points,
dropped to 1-6 since ending a
four-game winning streak on
March 6 against Indiana.
The Kings led 13-12 on Mike
Bibby's 3-pointer midway
through the first quarter, but
they faded quickly. Sacramento
trailed by 28 late in the third
quarter, failing to score a third-
quarter field goal until Ronnie
Price's jumper with 2:33 left
Josh Smith, who missed a
triple-double for Atlanta by one
point, finished with 12 rebounds
and 10 assists, but he had two
free throws bounce off the rim
in the fourth period before an
offensive foul ended his night
The Hawks were coming off
two straight road losses.
Pachulia scored 14 points in
the first quarter. Childress, who
finished one point shy of his
career high, converted a three-
point play that made it 73-44
with 5:25 left in the third period.
Brad Miller's recurring
problem with plantar fascia


past Kings
sidelined Sacramento's center
for the rest of the game after he
played part of the first quarter
and scored two points.
The'Kings' other starters -
Ron Artest, Mike Bibby,
Shareef Abdur-Rahim and
Kevin Martin - combined to
go just 13-of-37 from the field
for 33 points.
Hornets 106, Celtics 88
OKLAHOMA CITY - Tyson
Chandler scored 16 points and
grabbed 11 rebounds, and the New
Orleans Hornets bounced back after
Boston's quick start to overwhelm
the Celtics 106-88 on Monday night.
The Celtics couldn't miss at the
start, but then had only nine points
in the second quarter - their low-
est total in a quarter this season -
as the Hornets took control.
Jannero Pargo hit a 3-pointer to
break a 34-34 tie, and Rasual
Butler and Devin Brown followed
with 3s to spark New Orleans' 21-4
second-quarter run.
Boston trailed by 17 at halftime
and was never closer than 15 after
that. After Paul Pierce's jumper got
the Celtics within 66-51 midway
through the third period, New
Orleans scored 20 of the next 25
points to go up 86-56 on
Chandler's two free throws in the
closing seconds of the quarter.
Boston got nine straight points
against Hornets reserves to get
within 88-67, but that's as close as


Rangers hold on for 2-1 win


Associated Press
Atlanta Hawks forward Josh
Smith (5) tries for the basket
against Sacramento Kings cen-
ter Brad Miller, left, during the
first quarter Monday in Atlanta.
it got. Butler scored eight of his 18
points in the fourth quarter, and
New Orleans ended up with five
players in double figures.
Chris Paul added 15 points,
David West scored 12 and
Desmond Mason had 11 as the
Hornets got their second-most lop-
sided win of the season. New
Orleans moved within 11/ games
of Golden State for the eighth and
final playoff spot in the Western
Conference.


Associated Press

NEW YORK - Jaromir Jagr
smacked a shot in off the stick
of Pittsburgh defenseman Rob
Scuderi with 33.8 seconds left
Monday night, giving the surg-
ing New York Rangers a 2-1 vic-
tory over the Penguins.
Jagr swung around Alain
Nasreddine and flipped the
puck toward the net The shot
hit Scuderi and slipped under-
neath goalie Jocelyn Thibault,
who stopped 40 of the previous
41 he faced. The puck disap-
peared, but it was revealed over
the line when Thibault got up.
The goal was awarded after
a videoreview that lasted a few
minutes. Thibault hung his
head in the crease and again
on the bench once he was
pulled for an extra skater in
the closing seconds. He didn't
face another shot
But that was enough to snap
Pittsburgh's winning streak at
five and improve the Rangers'
run to 7-1-3.
New York moved. past idle
Carolina into seventh place in
the. Eastern Conference, just
two nights after getting into a
-playoff position. The Rangers,
who nearly put up back-to-back
shutouts for the first time since
March 2003, trail sixth-place
Tampa Bay by one point with
nine games left.


Associated Press
Pittsburgh Penguins' Michel Ouellet, top, flies over New York
Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist as the puck enters the goal during the
third period Monday at Madison Square Garden in New York.


The Penguins could've tied
New Jersey for first in the
Atlantic Division with a win,
but instead remained two
points back. Thibault sparkled
in place of Penguins No. 1
goalie Marc-Andre Fleury, who
backstopped a 4-3 shootout vic-
tory over Ottawa at home
Sunday night.
This one was scoreless until
the third period when Blair
Betts gave New York a 1-0 lead
at 47 seconds.
Pittsburgh caught the Rangers
in the third for the third time in
19 days when Michel Ouellet
tied it with 5:42 left
Ouellet guided in Erik
Christensen's pass before soar-
ing through the crease over


goalie Henrik Lundqvist, who
was spread out in front
Lundqvist, who stopped 30
shots in a 7-0 win against
Boston on Saturday, had little
work after the opening period,
He stopped eight shots in the
opening 20 minutes, five in the
second, and eight in the third.
Thibault made 19 saves in
the second period when the
Rangers had three power-play
chances. The 32-year-old net-
minder stopped 25 shots at
New Jersey last Wednesday in
his previous outing, posting his
first NHL shutout since Oct. 8,
2003, and had gone 141 min-
utes, 15 seconds without allow-
ing a goal when Betts broke the
deadlock.


National Invitation TOURNAMENT -- - . ..


Syracuse advances to quarterfinals


Georgia knocked

:out by Air Force
Associated Press

SYRACUSE, N.Y. -
Demetris Nichols had 20
points, Andy Rautins scored 15
ind Syracuse beat San Diego
State 80-64 in the second round
of the NIT on Monday night
before a tournament-record
crowd.
An orange-clad crowd of
26,572, the largest in NIT histo-
ry, gave the game a champi-
onship atmosphere, and
Syracuse didn't disappoint, hit-
ting nine 3-pointers and stifling
the Aztecs with some staunch
defense.
Syracuse (24-10), the second
seed in the South, will play
Clemson on Wednesday in the
quarterfinalE.
Sixth-seeded San Diego State
(22-11) was one of three teams.
to pull a first-round upset on
the road, beating third-seeded
Missouri State 74-70.
It was only the second post-
season win for the Aztecs in 37
seasons at the Division I level.
The streak was short-lived.


Syracuse, clinging to a 38-33
halftime lead, outscored the
Aztecs 19-7 to start the second
half, finishing the burst with an
11-0 run that gave the Orange a
commanding lead.
Clemson 89, Mississippi 68
CLEMSON, S.C. - Freshman
Trevor Booker had a career-high
21 points and Cliff Hammonds
added 18 as Clemson won its
eighth straight NIT home game,
89-68 over Mississippi on Monday
night.
The Tigers (23-10) also improved
to 4-0 this season against the
Southeastern Conference. They
defeated Mississippi State, South
Carolina and Georgia during the
regular season.
Clemson, the South region's No.
1 seed, gets the chance to extend
that streak at Littlejohn Coliseum-
which coincidentally began after an
Ole Miss victory here in the 1982
NIT - when it takes on Syracuse
in the most Orange of tournament
quarterfinals on Wednesday night.
Syracuse beat San Diego State
80-64 earlier Monday.
Hammonds, who scored all his
points in the opening half, had two
critical 3-pointers as Clemson
closed the period with a 12-1 run.


Booker had 15 of his points in the
second half when the Tigers extend-
ed their lead to as many as 19.
Mississippi, the SEC's West
champion, ended its first season
under coach Andy Kennedy at 21-
13. The Rebels were trying to
extend their first postseason
appearance since 2002. But their
high-scoring backcourt of Clarence
Sanders and Barn Doyne man-
aged only 18 points, 13 fewer than
their combined averages.
Air Force 83, Georgia 52
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo.
- Jacob Burtschi scored 21 points
and Air Force won its school record
25th game, a 83-52 blowout of
Georgia in the second round of the
NIT on Monday night.
The Falcons (25-8), whose NCAA
bubble burst with four straight losses
to end the season, surpassed last
year's win total in surprisingly easy
fashion against a more athletic
Bulldogs team that was bothered by
both the altitude and Air Force's
relentless zone defense.
Air Force, the top seed in the
West, advanced to the semifinals
Wednesday night against the
DePaul-Kansas State winner at
Clune Arena, where the Falcons
have won 56 of their last 58


games.
Burtschi added 10 rebounds and
Dan Nwaelele scored 19 points for
the Falcons.
Terrance Woodbury's 16 points
led the fourth-seeded Bulldogs (19-
14), whose quest for their first 20-
win season since 2002 ended.
Burtschi had 13 points and
seven boards by halftime as the
Falcons surged to a 43-24 lead,
and he hit a 3-pointer to open the
second half after Matt McCraw's
save and assist while falling out of
bounds.
DePaul 70, Kansas St. 65
MANHATTAN, Kan. - Sammy
Mejia and Wilson Chandler led
DePaul with 18 points each, and
the Blue Demons reached the NIT
West Regional finals with a 70-65
second-round victory over Kansas
State on Monday night.
Draelon Burns added 17 points
for third-seeded DePaul, which will
face top-seeded Air Force on
Wednesday in Colorado Springs,
Colo.
The Blue Demons (20-13)
reached the 20-win mark for the
third time in the last four seasons
and won two straight postseason
games for the first time since the
1990 NIT.


Associated Press
Syracuse's Demetris Nichols dunks against San Diego State dur-
ing the second half Monday in Syracuse, N.Y.


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MANATEE LANES
Manatee Lanes League Results
Crystal Manatee - week of 3/11/07
High Series Scratch - Jay Morgan 582 -
Jackie Stolp 497 / High Series Hdcp - Tom
Friery 682 - Mindy Foster 661 / High Game
Scratch - Jay Morgan 224 -Jackie Stolp
223 / High Game Hdcp - Tom Friery 249 -
Mindy Foster 222
Lively Bunch
week of 3/5/07
High Series Scratch - Howard Scott 566 -
Dot Bloomfield - Kay Scott 532 / High
Game Scratch - Jack Eismon 218 - Kay
Scott 191
week of 3112/07
High Series Scratch - Ron Tiller 533 - Dot
Bloomfield 521 / High Game Scratch -
Gene Sikora 199 - Dot Bloomfield 192
Monday Nite Turnovers
High Series Scratch - David Mann 704 - Liz
Huxley 579 / High Series Hdcp - Peter Wilk
801 - Cindy Tigue 717 / High Game
Scratch - David Mann 289 - Liz Huxley 205
/ High Game Hdcp - Keith Henshaw 309 -
Dot Troyanos 256
Morning Birds Ladies League
High Series Scratch - Jeanne Desrosier
574 / High Series Hdcp - Linda Sojka 702 /
High Game Scratch - Jeanne Desrosier
211 / High Game Hdcp - Donna AnIlo 275
Tuesday Gals
High Series Scratch - Dot Bloomfield 574 /
High Series Hdcp - Brenda Chiasson 741 /
High Game Scratch - Dot Meadows 212 /
High Game Hdcp - Debbie Smith 268
Meadowcrest
High Series Scratch - Joe Reid 540- Babe
Baker - Carol Luther 429/ High Series
Hdcp - Bob Lincoln 694 - Dot Sussmann
675 / High Game Scratch - Bob Lincoln
212 - Carol Luther 184./ High Game Hdcp
- John Carlison 252 - Dot Sussmann 248
Citrus Hills League
High Series Scratch - Paul Simek 589 -
Mimi DeMartino 517 / High Series Hdcp -
Fred Loboda 665 - Margo Breault 692 /
High Game Scratch - Fred Loboda 221 -
Cher Mason 192 / High Game Hdcp -
Angelo Lombardi 245- Margo Breault 242
Fun Bunch Mixed League
High Series Scratch - Rich Galasso 679 -
Sandy Galasso 499 / High Game Scratch -
Joe Brooks 246 - Debbie Mills 211
Cruisers Bowling League
High Game Scratch - Women
Lorraine Wirth ....................... 192-172
Pat Otenbaker......................................176
High Series Women - Scratch
Lorraine W irth................................... 513
Pat Otenbaker.....................................471
High Game Hdcp - Women
Lorraine Wirth..............................264-244
Pat Otenbaker..................................... 235
High Series Hdcp - Women
Lorraine W irth..................................... 729
High Game Scratch - Men
Dennis Lippert ..... : ............................. 238
Bud Andersen.....................................223
High Series Men - Scratch
Dick Rausch........................................574
Bob Iverson.,................ ................ 558
S High Game Hdcp - Men
Dennis Lippert ......................... ...... 276
Bud Andersen..................................... 256
High Series Hdcp - Men
Mike Gurry............................................666
Dennis Lippert ......................... 653
Manatee Lanes News
The next Scratch Tournament is scheduled
for Sunday the 25th at 11:00AM and will be.
with the "PBA Shark" lane conditioning pat-
tern. Also we will be holding our 7th Annual
Spring Youth/Adult tournament on April 1st
at 11:30AM.
BEVERLY HILLS BOWL
Hills Gang Senior Mixed
Women's High Scores
Joy Wall ........ ........170, 147, 171-488
Denise Coady................151, 152, 184-487
Marian Steenstras...........153, 159, 171-483
JoAnne Baumann..........181, 171, 124-476
Monique Engling............ 157, 169, 140-466
Men's High Scores
CharlieAhn..................242, 202, 197-641
Dick Newhall................ 191,202, 221-614
Roland Emond................201, 169, 190-560
Arnold Wernsing............188, 167, 201-556
Chestes Pierzgalski.......194,177, 177-548
Raul Rosales............... 197, 196, 143-536
Red Wright .....................144, 206, 181-531
Beverly Hills Senior Men's League
Bill Lynch......................... 234-201-222-657
Charlie Ahn ................. 235-195-219-649
Mario Dabenigno............224-235-184-643
John Savarese................205-207-174-586
Jack Eismon...................172-220-179-571
Harold Teller.................... 198-181-192-571
Raul Rosales..................214-182-174-570
Peter Heeschen ..............156-156-245-557

NBA

NBA Standings
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L Pct GB
Toronto 36 31 .537 -
New Jersey 31 36 .463 5
New York 30 36 .455 5%
Philadelphia 26 41 .388 10
Boston 20 47 .299 .16
S Southeast Division
- ;W L Pct GB
Washington 36 28 .563 -
Miami 36 30 .545 1
Orlando 31 37 .456 7
Ati~nta 27 41 .397 11
Chbrlotte 24 43 .358 13%
. Central Division
W LPet GB
Detroit 42 23 .646 -
Cleveland 41 25 .621 1%
Chicago 39 29 .574 4%
Indiana 30 35 .462 12
Milwaukee 25 41 .379 17/
l WESTERN CONFERENCE
Southwest Division
W L Pct GB
x-,allas 54 11 .831 -
Saan Antonio 46 20 .697 8%
Houston 42 25 .627 13
New Orleans 30 37 .448 25
Memphis 17 50 .254 38
. Northwest Division.
W L Pct GB
Utah 43 23 .652 -.
Denver 33 31 .516 9
Minnesota 28 37 .431 14%
Portland 26 40 .394 17
Seattle 26 40 .394 17
S Pacific Division


W L Pct GB
xPRhoenix 50 16 .758 -
LE. Lakers 35 32 .522 15%
golden State 32 36 .471 19
L'-. Clippers 30 36 .455 20
Sacramento 29 38 .433 21Y2
-x-clinched playoff spot
Sunday's Games
-*iew York 92, Toronto 74
SDallas 92, Detroit 88
.Orlando 97, Miami 83
'Houston 124, Philadelphia 74
New Jersey 101, L.A. Clippers 95
L.A. Lakers 109, Minnesota 102
Seattle 95, Portland 77
Monday's Games
Atlanta 99, Sacramento 76
New Orleans 106, Boston 88
Tuesday's Games
Denver at New Jersey, 7 p.m.
Cleveland at Charlotte, 7 p.m.
Dallas at New York, 7:30 p.m.


- On the AIRWAVES


MENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL
7 p.m. (ESPN) NIT Tournament Quarterfinal - Miss. St. vs. FSU
9 p.m. (ESPN) NIT Tournament Quarterfinal - W. Virginia vs. N.C. St.
WOMEN COLLEGE BASKETBALL
7 p.m. (ESPN2) NCAA Tournament Second Round - Pitt vs. Tenn
9:30 p.m. (ESPN2) NCAA Tournament Second Round - UNC vs. ND
NBA
7 p.m. (TNT) Denver Nuggets at New Jersey Nets
9:30 p.m. (TNT) Indiana Pacers at Houston Rockets
NHL
7 p.m. (FSNFL) Florida Panthers at Philadelphia Flyers
7:30 p.m. (SUN) New York Islanders at Tampa Bay Lightning
8 p.m. (VERSUS) Phoenix Coyotes at Minnesota Wild



Prep CALENDAR


TODAY'S PREP SPORTS
BASEBALL
7 p.m. Crystal River at North Marion


Philadelphia at Detroit, 7:30 p.m.
New Orleans at Memphis, 8 p.m.
L.A. Clippers at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.
Golden State at Utah, 9 p.m.
Indiana at Houston, 9:30 p.m.
Minnesota at Phoenix, 10 p.m.
Washington at Portland, 10 p.m.
Wednesday's Games
Miami at Atlanta, 7 p.m.
Orlando at Toronto, 7 p.m.
Charlotte at Boston, 7:30 p.m.
Indiana at San Antonio, 8 p.m.
Dallas at Cleveland, 8 p.m.
L.A. Clippers at Milwaukee, 8 p.m.
Washington at Seattle, 10 p.m.
Minnesota at Sacramento, 10 p.m.

HOCKEY

NHL Standings
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W LOT Pts GF GA
New Jersey 43 21 8 94191 179
Pittsburgh 41 22 10 92251 225
N.Y. Rangers 36 28 9 81210 196
N.Y. Islanders 34 27 10 78214 208
Philadelphia 20 41 11 51190 267


x-Buffalo
Ottawa
Toronto
Montreal
Boston


Atlanta


Northeast Division
W LOT PtsGF GA
46 19 7 99271 214
42 23 8 92252 201
34 28 10 78222 235
36 31 6 78214 231
34 32 5 73202 251
Southeast Division
W LOT Pts GF GA
39 25 10 88227 225


Tampa Bay 39 30 4 82226 229
Carolina 36 29 8 80215 217
Florida 30 29 13 73213 230
Washington 26 34 13 65218 257
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division
W LOT PtsGF GA
Nashville 47 20 6 100249 192
Detroit 45 18 9 99228 181
St. Louis 30 29 12 72188 217
Chicago 27 35 9 63179 225
Columbus 28 37 7 63177 224
Northwest Division


W LOT
Vancouver 44 23 6
Minnesota 42 24 7
Calgary 37 25 10
Colorado 37 29 6
Edmonton 30 36 7
Pacific Division
W LOT
Anaheim 43 18 12
San Jose 44 25 4
Dallas 43 24 5
Los Angeles 25 34 14
Phoenix 28 40 4


PtsGF GA
94197 180
91209 179
84231 200
80238 224
67181 217

PtsGF GA
98236 190
92222 177
91194 175
64210 252
60194 251


Two points for a win, one point for over-
time loss or shootout loss.
x-clinched playoff spot
Sunday's Games
Washington 7, Tampa Bay 1
Atlanta 4, Buffalo 3, OT
Pittsburgh 4, Ottawa 3, SO
Los Angeles 5, Anaheim 3
Colorado 4, San Jose 3, OT
Dallas 5, Phoenix 4, OT
Monday's Games
N.Y. Rangers 2, Pittsburgh 1
Vancouver 2, Edmonton 1
Tuesday's Games
Boston at Montreal, 7 p.m.
Chicago at Columbus, 7 p.m.
Florida at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
New Jersey at Toronto, 7:30 p.m.
N.Y. Islanders at Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m.
Ottawa at St. Louis, 8 p.m.
Phoenix at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
Detroit at Calgary, 9 p.m.
Wednesday's Games
Washington at Buffalo, 7 p.m.
Philadelphia at N.Y. Rangers, 7:30 p.m.
San Jose at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.
Colorado at Edmonton, 9 p.m.
Nashville at Vancouver, 10 p.m.
Dallas at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m.
COLLEGE

BASKETBALL
NCAA Tournament
EAST REGIONAL
First Round
Thursday, March 15
At Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial
Coliseum
Winston-Salem, N.C.
Boston College 84, Texas Tech 75
Georgetown 80, Belmont 55
Michigan State 61, Marquette 49
North Carolina 86, Eastern Kentucky 65
At ARCO Arena
Sacramento, Calif.
Washington State 70, Oral Roberts 54
Vanderbilt 77, George Washington 44
Friday, March 16
At Spokane Memorial Arena
Spokane, Wash.
Texas 79, New Mexico State 67
Southern California 77, Arkansas 60
Second Round
Saturday, March 17
At Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial
Coliseum
Winston-Salem, N.C.
Georgetown 62, Boston College 55
North Carolina 81, Michigan State 67
At ARCO Arena
Sacramento, Calif.
Vanderbilt 78, Washington State 74, 20T
Sunday, March 18
At Spokane Memorial Arena
Spokane, Wash.
Southern California 87, Texas 68
Regional Semifinals
Friday, March 23


At Continental Airlines Arena
East Rutherford, N.J.
G'town (28-6) vs. Vandy (22-11), 7:27 p.m.
UNC (30-6) vs. Southern California (25-
11), 30 minutes after first game
Regional Championship
Sunday, March 25
At Continental Airlines Arena
East Rutherford, N.J.
Semifinal winners

SOUTH REGIONAL
First Round
Thursday, March 15
At Rupp Arena
Lexington, Ky.
Louisville 78, Stanford 58
Texas A&M 68, Pennsylvania 52
OSU 78, Central Connecticut State 57
Xavier 79, Brigham Young 77
Friday, March 16
At Nationwide Arena
Columbus, Ohio
Virginia 84, Albany, N.Y. 57
Tennessee 121, Long Beach State 86
At New Orleans Arena
New Orleans
Memphis 73, North Texas 58
Nevada 77, Creighton 71, OT
Second Round
Saturday, March 17
At Rupp Arena
Lexington, Ky.
Ohio State 78, Xavier 71, OT
Texas A&M 72, Louisville 69
Sunday, March 18
At Nationwide Arena
Columbus, Ohio
Tennessee 77, Virginia 74
At New Orleans Arena
New Orleans
Memphis 78, Nevada 62
Regional Semifinals
Thursday, March 22
At The Alamodome
San Antonio
TXA&M (27-6) vs. Memphis (32-3), 7:27 p.m.
Ohio State (32-3) vs. Tennessee (24-10),
30 minutes after first game
Regional Championship
Saturday, March 24
At The Alamodome
San Antonio
Semifinal winners
MIDWEST REGIONAL
First Round
Thursday, March 15
At HSBC Arena
Buffalo, N.Y.
Maryland 82, Davidson 70
Butler 57, Old Dominion 46
Friday, March 16
At The United Center
Chicago
UNLV 67, Georgia Tech 63
Wis. 76, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 63
At Spokane Memorial Arena
Spokane, Wash.
Winthrop 74, Notre Dame 64
Oregon 58, Miami (Ohio) 56
At New Orleans Arena
New Orleans
Purdue 72, Arizona 63
Florida 112, Jackson State 69
Second Round
Saturday, March 17
At HSBC Arena
Buffalo, N.Y.
Butler 62, Maryland 59
Sunday, March 18
At The United Center
Chicago
UNLV 74, Wisconsin 68
At Spokane Memorial Arena
Spokane, Wash.
Oregon 75, Winthrop 61
At New Orleans Arena
New Orleans
Florida 74, Purdue 67
Regional Semifinals
Friday, March 23
At Edward Jones Dome
St. Louis
Butler (29-6) vs. Florida (31-5), 7:10 p.m.
UNLV (30-6) vs. Oregon (28-7), 30 min
utes after first game
Regional Championship
Sunday, March 25
At Edward Jones Dome
St. Louis
Semifinal winners

WEST REGIONAL
First Round
Thursday, March 15
At HSBC Arena
Buffalo, N.Y.
Virginia Commonwealth 79, Duke 77
Pittsburgh 79, Wright State 58
At ARCO Arena
Sacramento, Calif.
UCLA 70, Weber State 42
Indiana 70, Gonzaga 57
Friday, March 16
At The United Center
Chicago
Kansas 107, Niagara 67
Kentucky 67, Villanova 58
At Nationwide Arena
Columbus, Ohio
Virginia Tech 54, Illinois 52
Southern Illinois 61, Holy Cross 51
Second Round
Saturday, March 17
At HSBC Arena
Buffalo, N.Y.
Pittsburgh 84, VCU 79, OT
At ARCO Arena
Sacramento, Calif.
UCLA 54, Indiana 49
Sunday, March 18
At Nationwide Arena
. Columbus, Ohio
Southern Illinois 63, Virginia Tech 48
At The United Center
Chicago
Kansas 88, Kentucky 76
Regional Semifinals
Thursday, March 22


At HP Pavilion
San Jose, Calif.
Kansas (32-4) vs. S. Illinois (29-6), 7:10 p.m.
Pittsburgh (29-7) vs. UCLA (28-5), 30
minutes after first game
Regional Championship
Saturday, March 24
At HP Pavilion
San Jose, Calif.
Semifinal winners

FINAL FOUR
At The Georgia Dome
Atlanta
National Semifinals
Saturday, March 31
East champion vs. South champion
Midwest champion vs. West champion
National Championship
Monday, April 2
Semifinal winners

MOVES

Monday's Sports Transactions
BASEBALL
American League
DETROIT TIGERS-Optioned C Mike
Rabelo and OF Brent Clevlen to Toledo of
the IL. Assigned RHP Craig Dingman, RHP
Dennis Tankersley, LHP Joey Eischen, INF
Brent Diugach, INF Mike Hessman, INF
Kevin Hooper, OF Cameron Maybin and
OF Brandon Watson to their minor league
camp.
TORONTO BLUE JAYS-Reassigned
OF RHP Pete Walker, INF Ray Olmedo,
OF Mike Vento, C Curtis Thigpen, OF
John-Ford Griffin, OF Chad Mottola, INF
Kevin Barker and INF Ryan Roberts to
their minor league camp.
National League
CINCINNATI REDS-Optioned RHP
Brad Salmon and LHP Brian Shackelford
to Louisville of the IL.
HOUSTON ASTROS-Optioned RHP
Miguel Asencio, INF Brooks Conrad and
RHP Paul Estrada to Round Rock of the
PCL. Reassigned LHP Scott Sauerbeck
and C Lou Santangelo to their minor
league camp.
LOS ANGELES DODGERS-
Reassigned INF Tony Abreu, OF Choo
Freeman, P Jonathan Meloan and LHP
Matt White to their minor league camp.
Optioned RHP D.J. Houlton, LHP Eric
Stults and OF Delwyn Young to Las Vegas
of the PCL.
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES-Optioned
INF Danny Sandoval and RHP Brian
Sanches to their minor league camp.
Reassigned RHP Ryan Cameron and RHP
Kane Davis and 1B Randall Simon to the
minor league camp.
PITTSBURGH PIRATES-Assigned INF
Nick Green, RHP Jesse Chavez, INF/OF
Mike Edwards and OF Chris Aguila to their
minor league camp. Optioned RHP Brian
Rogers to Indianapolis of the IL. Agreed to
terms with RHP Alay Soler on a minor
league contract.
SAN DIEGO PADRES-Claimed RHP
Justin Germano off waivers from
Philadelphia.
American Association
SIOUX CITY EXPLORERS-Traded
LHP Billy Keppinger to Schaumburg of the
Northern League for OF Pete Pirman and
RHP Brian Hewitt.
ST. JOE BLACKSNAKES-Traded C
Johnny Colt to River City of the FL to com-
plete an earlier trade. Traded OF Scooter
Jordan to Kansas City of the Northern
League for RHP Greg Bicknell, INF-RHP
Chad Sosebee and C-RHP James Beever.
Can-Am League
ATLANTIC CITY SURF-Traded OF BJ
Richmond and C Chris Crescenzi to
Gateway of the Frontier '-eague for PHP
Ryr'Rafferty. ..
NEW HAVEN COUNTY CUTTERS-
Released 1B DJ Boston, C Sandy DeLeon
and RHP Tim Keinath.
QUEBEC CAPITALES-Released OF
Mathieu Bergeron.
SUSSEX SKYHAWKS-Traded RHP
Derek Hawk to Bradenton of the SCL for
1B-OF Jon Mungle.
Northern League
FARGO-MOORHEAD REDHAWKS-
Agreed to terms with RHP Nathan Cotton.
GARY SOUTHSHORE RAILCATS-
Agreed to terms with C Jose Yepez.
JOLIET JACKHAMMERS-Traded C
Greg Stevens to Quebec of the Can-Am
League for LHP Grant Gregg.
KANSAS CITY T-BONES-Released
RHP Dustin Bolton, INF Eddie Pearson
and RHP Nick Slack. Announced the retire-
ment of OF Pat Magness.
FOOTBALL
National Football League
DETROIT LIONS-Signed WR Shaun
McDonald to a two-year contract.
MIAMI DOLPHINS-Re-signed FB Kyle
Eckel and CB Michael Lehan to one-year
contracts.
NEW YORK JETS-Re-signed OT
Anthony Clement.
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS-Signed LB
Colby Bockwoldt. Re-signed DE Bryant
Young, CB Donald Strickland and LB
Hannibal Navies.
Arena Football League
COLUMBUS DESTROYERS-Waived
WR Mark Philmore..
GRAND RAPIDS RAMPAGE-Signed
QB Mark Radlinski. Waived QB Matt Sauk.
NASHVILLE KATS-Placed WR-LB
Carlos Wright on recallable waivers.
TAMPA BAY STORM-Activated K Seth
Marler. Waived DB Leroy Smith.
HOCKEY
National Hockey League
NHL-Suspended Nashville F Jordin
Tootoo for five games for striking Dallas D
Stephane Robidas during a March 17
game at Nashville.
DALLAS STARS-Signed D Matt
Niskanen to a three-year contract.
DETROIT RED WINGS-Signed F
Tomas Kopecky to a two-year contract.
NEW YORK RANGERS-Signed D
Jason Strudwick.
ST. LOUIS BLUES-Recalled D Tomas
Mojzis from Peoria of the AHL.
TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING-Recalled G
Karri Ramo from Springfield of the AHL.
Announced they will terminate their player
loan and working agreement with
Springfield at the end of the season.
American Hockey League
GRAND RAPIDS GRIFFINS-Named
Tim Gortsema senior vice president of
business operations, Jon Beilstein vice
president of ticket sales and game opera-
tions, Lance Hartman vice president of cor-
porate sales and marketing and Bob Kaser


vice president of community relations and
broadcasting.
MANITOBA MOOSE-Recalled G Julien
Ellis from Victoria of the ECHL. Signed F
Mason Raymond.
SPRINGFIELD FALCONS-Announced
a three-year affiliation agreement with the
Edmonton Oilers beginning in October.
COLLEGE
FELICIAN-Promoted Chris Langan to
full-time baseball coach and facilities-
equipment manager.
GEORGIA STATE-Named Rod Barnes
men's basketball coach.
NORTHERN ILLINOIS-Named Ricardo
Patton men's basketball coach.
NORTHERN IOWA-Announced the
resignation of Tony DiCecco, women's
basketball coach.
ST. SCHOLASTICA-Named Greg
Carlson football coach.
SIENA-Named Daniel Taylor strength
and conditioning coach.


WALTRIP

Continued from Page 1B

to send some engineers to the
shop. Even NASCAR is getting
into the act After three weeks
of struggling through the
inspection line, NASCAR had
an official spend a day at
Waltrip's shop to try to figure
out why the organization isn't
building cars that fit the tem-
plates.
"We've just got to look at
every piece and part of our
team to see how to improve,"
Waltrip said. "We really just
have to adjust what we are
doing as a team."
But is it too little, too late?
It's only four races into the
season, but Waltrip admits
NAPA, primary sponsor of his
No. 55 Camry, is less than
pleased. The sponsor had a
happy relationship with Dale
Earnhardt Inc. and found the
ultimate pitchman when DEI
teamed the company with
Waltrip.
A goofball who tends to not
take himself too seriously,
Waltrip clowned his way
through commercial after com-
mercial and never missed an
opportunity to slip "NAPA"'
into a sentence.
NAPA had every reason to
believe leaving DEI for
Waltrip's startup was a wise
investment
Maybe it still is. Waltrip's
everywhere on TV, from com-
mercials to stints in the broad-
cast booth, where he plugs
NAPA several times a weekend.
But chances are the auto-
parts retailer would rather see
its logo racing for the lead than
on a hat Waltrip's wearing far
from the action.
Keeping the sponsor happy
is NASCAR's No. 1 rule. If


GATORS

Continued from Page 1B

Everett lost his headgear. He
didn't lose his head, but he lost
his headgear and he went on to
make a great tackle in a key
moment That's called tough
defense."
The players filled up a plat-
form behind Bush, with others
lining both staircases under
the South Portico.
Bush thanked players for
being community volunteers.
He went on to praise just about
everyone he could, from the


NAPA reaches its breaking
point, Waltrip is in far worse
trouble than he ever imagined.
Even without NAPA, he still
would have three heavyweight
sponsors - UPS for Jarrett,
plus Burger King and
Domino's Pizza for Reutimann.
But he must find a way to make
those cars competitive before
company officials start asking.
for some money back.
Meanwhile, there are plenty
of people who are all too happy
to sit back and watch Waltrip
struggle.
At his emotional news con-
ference in Daytona - where
he said he had no idea how a
fuel additive found its way into
his gas tank - detractors were
convinced they were witness-
ing the best performance of
Waltrip's life.
And plenty of people still
aren't convinced Waltrip was-
n't an accomplice to the cheat-.
ing.
But how low must Waltrip:
sink before he's paid the'
price?
He can't seem to catch a
break, proven in Saturday's:
Busch race when he wrecked:
twice in the first 16 laps and'
finished last.
Maybe Waltrip was too ambi-:
tious this year, his first as a full,.
time car owner. Perhaps he'
should have fielded two Cup.
cars instead of three, and:
maybe he should be spending:
more time in the shop and less
in front of the TV cameras.
Mistakes have certainly been"
made, and it's up to Waltrip to
correct them. This is his-
chance to prove he's cut out for
the business-side of NASCAR,
and he's got 32 races to figure it:
out.
Here's hoping he does. Love
him or hate him, it's uncom-
fortable watching his career
crumble.


coaches to the people who sell
the team's tickets to "those
who pick up the towels and
make the program run."
Meyer gave Bush an orange-
and-blue Gator jersey, embla-
zoned with the number 43,
marking Bush's place in the
presidential lineage.
Leak gave Bush a champi-
onship football. In a crowd of
hundreds of Florida support-
ers, someone occasionally
shouted, "Go Gators."
Leak capped it all off with a
mention of the team's stadium,
as it is known to Florida faithful..
"This is the day we turned the'
White House into the Swamp."


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ALR TESrtAv MAnCr 20 2007


Crunch time for local leagues


How can you tell when
winter ends and spring
begins in our neck of
the woods?
Of course, you can look at the
calendar or you can see some
of the snowbirds heading
home, but for the
tennis players -
among us it's the
time when leagues
come to an end.
That time has -
arrived as most of .
the leagues have
only a couple match-
es left and maybe a
couple rain make-
ups as well. Eric vw
It also means Hoc
crunch time, pres- ON TE
sure is building;
where will my team
end up in the standings?
Now is also a good time to
start thinking about next sea-
son, especially if you are going
away for the summer Teams
(even leagues) dissolve and oth-
ers get started, so try to secure
your spot before you leave.
Several teams will have
practice throughout the sum-


mer at their home courts and
most of them are open to new
players and/or players from
other teams. ,
Just call the captains (num-
bers available through the
league coordinators) to find out
about the times of
- these practices and
if they are indeed
open to outside
players/members.
Who knows, you
might actually like
the other team bet-
ter or maybe they
have a need for a
player at a position
an den that gives you better
gen competition.
:NIS If you are new in
the area and/or you
never have played
in any of the local leagues, this
is a good opportunity to try it
out over the summer.
After that you still do not
have to commit to anything,
just sign up for the sub list In
some cases you actually may
play more matches compared
to being on a team.
There are two events coming


up that could use your moral
and financial support. Both of
them; the high school district
championships at Crystal
River High School (boys and
girls), held on April 16-17, as
well as the American Cancer
Society 11th Annual Charity
Tennis Tournament on April
28-29 at Skyview, mark the end
of a season.
The first one is the end of the
season for all but one school
and the other one is pretty
much the perfect tournament
for all of us to end our season.
Hope to see you all at Skyview.
Monday Night Ladies
Doubles League.
The results for March 12
were:
Love Inverness vs
Brooksville Kick Butt, 2-2;
Brooksville Aces def.
Sugarmill Woodsies, 4-2;
Bicentennial Babes def. Pine
Ridge Racqueteers, 4-1;
Black Diamond had a bye.
For more information and to
sign up, contact Antoinette van
den Hoogen at 382-3138 or
hoera@juno.com.
Citrus County Tuesday


Womens Tennis Leagues.
USA Women Team Tennis
This league is geared
towards the 3.0 and 3.5 level
players. Each team consists of
four players. New players, reg-
ulars or subs, are always wel-
come.
To sign up or for information
about this league, contact Char
Schmoller at 527-9218.
Senior Ladies
Tuesday 3.0 League.
The results for March 13
were: Riverhaven Ospreys def.
Meadowcrest Rackettes, 4-0;
Citrus Hills def. Riverview, 4-0;
Meadowcrest Aces def.
Sugarmill Woods, 4-0; Crystal
River def. Pine Ridge 3-2.
For information about this
league, or to sign up as a team,
a player or a sub, contact Lois
Tate at 527-2671 or lktate@tam-
pabay.rr.com.
Thursday Morning Citrus Area
Doubles League
The results for March 15 were:
Skyview def. Citrus Hills
Swingers, 8-2;
Citrus Hills Aces def. Crystal
River Racqueteers, 8-1;
Bicentennial Babes def. Pine


Ridge Mavericks, 8-2;
Sugarmill Oakies def. Pine
Ridge Fillies, 7-2;
Crystal River Yoyo's def. The
New Team, 8-0.
For information about this
league, contact the chairperson,
Candace Charles, at 563-5859 or
candacecharles_06@hotmail.com.
Citrus County Men's
Doubles League.
For more information and/or
to sign up contact Bob
Barnesky at 503-4544 or e-mail
rbarnesky@tampabay.rr.com.
The Friday Senior Ladies
Doubles 3.0 - 3.5 League.
The matches for March 16
were rained out.
If you want to be a sub, con-
tact Myrtle Jones at 341-0970 or
e-mail mbj30@netsignia.net.
USTA Leagues
3.5 Senior Women
Skyview def. Harbor Hills,
2-1, Record 8-1.
Pat Dixon/Ann Slick lost, 6-4,
7-5; Linda Lademann/Jimmie
Eliasen won, 6-0, 6-3; Maxine
Pace/Nelva Polich won, 7-5, 7-5.
CRHS lost to Fort King, 2-1.
Record 4-5.
3.0 Adult Women


Pine Ridge lost to.Fort King,
3-2. Record 1-1.
4.0 Adult Women
CRHS def. Citrus Hills, 4-1.
Record 1-0.
Nicole D'Anna won, 6-2, 6-4;
Stephanie D'Anna lost, 6-4, 6-3;
Denise Lyn/Susan Garrick
won, 6-3, 6-1; Laura
Flanagan/Holly Goodchild
won, 6-0, 6-0; Robbie
Lamparelli/Gail Cooper won, 6-
3, 6-2.
Citrus Hills record 0-1.
3.0 Adult Men
Citrus Hills def. Country
Club of Ocala, 3-2. Record 2-0.
Jim Ekedahl won, 6-4, 7-5;
John Hogan lost, 6-1, 6-1; Bill
Riske/Gerry Cunningham won,
6-4, 6-2; Gerry Del
Vecchio/John Parliman won, 3-
6, 6-1, 1-0; Bill Mayo/Richard
Eliasen lost, 6-2, 6-1.
3.5 Adult
Men: Bicentennial Park lost to
CFCC of Ocala, 3-2. Record 0-1.

Eric van den Hoogen,
Chronicle tennis columnist,
can be reached at
hoera@juno. com.


'Rumble in the Jungle'


Muhammad Ali still 'The Champ'

a generation after Foreman fight


Associated Press

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - The
chant began before the eighth
round flickered onto the
screen, an echo from a day
long past.
"Ali bomaye! Ali bomaye!"
Muhammad Ali shook slight-
ly as the chant - which means
"Ali! Kill him!" - washed over
him. He looked up from his
seat and smiled.
The Champ was at the
Muhammad Ali Center on
Sunday, joined by several wit-
nesses to the "The Rumble in
the Jungle."
They watched a film of the
famed bout and told old sto-
ries about what some consider
Ali's finest hour in the ring,
when he chopped down
mighty George Foreman with
the "Rope A Dope" and took
back the heavyweight champi-
onship on Oct. 30, 1974.
There was Angelo Dundee,
the legendary trainer who
never doubted that Ali, at 32,
could handle the hard-hitting
and hard-charging 25-year-old
Foreman, the one who many
experts predicted would
destroy the former champion.
There was Leon Gast, direc-
tor of the Academy Award-
winning documentary "When
We Were Kings," who can
remember the heat and the
crowds of people who flocked
to see Ali.
There was Howard
Bingham, Ali's personal pho-
tographer, wincing when
recalling the punishment Ali
took early in the fight as
Foreman pushed Ali into the
ropes and attacked with the
right hand that had knocked
out 38 of his previous 40 oppo-
nents.
And there was Foreman,
laughing as he talked about
the supposed quick 10-count
by the referee that ended his
first reign as heavyweight
champion.
"In that fight, Muhammad
beat me," Foreman said. "If I'd
gotten up, he would have
killed me."
But mostly, there was Ali,
holding court as only he can.
Even now, at 65 and his body
worn down from a long battle
against Parkinson's disease,
Ali delighted the crowd of 175
that traveled from points
across the world to meet the
man whose greatness touched
their hearts and whose gen-
erosity made him a global icon
for peace.
Ali posed for pictures,
signed autographs and even
did a little conducting when
the crowd hailed him with a
belated rendition of "Happy
Birthday," holding his left
hand for just a second to
extend the final note.
"This is just what we envi-
sioned for this center," said
his wife, Lonnie.
"For people to be able to
experience this when he's still
here with us, not when he was
gone."
Screen images of that hot
early morning in Kinshasa,
Zaire, showed Ali conserving
his energy as Foreman gradu-
ally weakened. Then Ali
attacked in the eighth round


with a flurry that sent
Foreman stumbling to the can-
vas and the 60,000 in atten-
dance into what Gast called
"the happiest moment in box-
ing history."
Dundee can still remember
the way Ali never appeared to
get rattled, even as Foreman
lashed at the former champi-
on, eager to showcase his dom-
inance. Dundee laughs now,
admitting he was worried Ali
woujd somehow get dipped
outf the ring for baclpg too
far into the ropes, ropes that
Dundee concedes were proba-
bly too loose.
Yet more than the fight,
Dundee remembers the way
Ali was embraced by the peo-
ple of Zaire, who followed him
wherever he went in the
weeks leading to the bout and
screamed with joy when the
referee counted Foreman out.
"In every town, Muhammad
captured the town," Dundee
said. "That night, Ali captured
a country."
And he made inroads on a
world stage.
"He was more than just a
boxer before the fight, but that
one showcased his humanity,"
Gast said.
"The way he brought in the
people, the way he treated
them with respect, it really
spoke to who he is."
Though it seemed the odds-
makers were against Ali -
who was a heavy underdog -
Dundee never lost belief that
Ali would find a way.
The proof is in a moment
Gast captured during the film-
ing "When We Were Kings," a
moment that didn't make it
into the documentary because
of technical problems.


Dundee was watching Ali
dance around the ring when
he turned to someone and pre-
dicted the outcome.
"Angie said 'Look at the
shape he's in. No way this guy
is going to get beat. He's going
to take (Foreman) out in eight
rounds, I swear to you,"' Gast
said.
Dundee's words proved
prophetic, though even
Dundee said he wasn't exactly
in on Ali's plan to use the
"Rope A Dope" on Foreman.
"I said 'I guess you know
what you're doing,' and he
did," Dundee said. "He was
always smarter than me any-
way."
Yet Ali's appeal goes far
beyond the victories. Many of
those who visited him Sunday
weren't alive when Ali first
shocked the world by beating
Sonny Liston for the heavy-
weight title in 1964.
Robbie Anderson was 4
years old and growing up in
England when Ali defeated
Foreman.
His memories of Ali in the
ring are of an aging champion
fighting a losing battle with
time. Yet Ali's fighting opened
Anderson's eyes into Ali the
man and inspired him to help
others.
On Sunday, the 36-year-old
Anderson brought his 9-
month-old son, Charlie, to
meet Ali.
He wanted to show his son
the man who inspired him to
volunteer for a humanitarian
group and spend two years
helping build hospitals and
churches in Africa.
"He's such a giving person,"
Anderson said. "I truly believe
he's an angel, he's been
touched by God. There's some-
thing about the man. There's
just an aura about him that
inspires me. Actually not just
me, but millions."


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Children should not be afraid to smile r


SONIA SHAH
Chronicle Crew

Last year, during a family vacation to India,
my family and I decided to visit a local
orphanage to provide the children with new
clothes, toys, mosquito nets, and food. It was
there that for the first time, I saw many chil-
dren with appalling facial deformities such
as cleft lip and cleft palate.
These children tended to shy away from
the. others and remained at a distance as we
distributed the items to other children. My
sister and I made an effort to make sure each


of the children received a toy, and I remem-
ber. offering a Barbie doll to a little girl
around 6 years old with a bilateral-complete
cleft lip.
As she took it, a smile began to appear on
her face, but she immediately tightened her
lips and her hand flew up to her mouth to
hide her smile. I can still picture her face
today, and even with the deformity, her
intense brown eyes made her adorable.
I was horrified by the thought of some of
these children being put up for adoption
Please see .' :/Page 3C


Y0
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Face up to

unwanted follicles

nkennedy@chronicleonline.com
Chron icle


There's the hair. ou want and the
hair you don't.
The question is: How do you get
rid of the unwanted stutf"
' From ancient times, people have
. sugared, sanded and waxed,
scraped, shaved, plucked and
burned the hair the\ deemed
unsightly and unwanted
They've used resin, pitch, white
vine or iMy gum extracts, done. \fat.
she-goat gall, bat's blood and po%-
dered viper. pulverized eggshells
and a mixture of ground dried cat's
d dung a nd vinegar.
Egyptian women bees-waxed their
legs and depilatoried other places
using a mixture of starch, arsenic
and quicklime The main event at a
Middle Eastern bacheloretle party
Ji %as removing all the bride-to-be's
.. hair except her eyebrows and the
hair on her head.
In Elizabethan times, the Duke of
Newca.tle is said to ha\e paid 40
poun.iids to lia\e his kiile' laciaJ hair
permanently removed, although he
wrote a letter in 1755 after he retired
saying he could finally let his beard
-row as lone as his Duchess's.
Centuries later, humans, at least in
the United States. are still looklne
for ways to be hair-free and, there-
-fore. carefree.
Now that bathing suit and shorts
time is fast approaching, here are
some 21st-centur\\ ways to remove
unwanted hallr:
* Shavinc. Men shave their faces:
momen shave their legs and other
areas, too. It's relatively inexpensive
- the cost is on).\ the price of a razor
and a can of shavine cream. But tor
r most people, like 37-year-old Lisa
Bower, it's. a nuisance.
: "I've been shaving long enough,"
she said.
So. what else is there for her -
and the rest ofus - to do to get rid of
iunrwanted hair'? What about:
* T\veezing This method works
well for stray chin whiskers and
renegade eyebrow hairs. but not for
large areas. It wouldn't work for
Bo\wer, however. She said she's not
into inflicting pain on herself and
i' xeezinrg can make gr'owrn \\omene
land men i cry.
* Waxing The concept is simple.
S Melt wax, which means it's hot, then
apply it to the area \ou ( ant hairless.
" Once the \\ax is on. you've reached
the point of no turning back and the
, inly next step is to pull the hardened


MATTHEW BECK'"r,r.:hn.r:i.
Elizabeth Estes, ARNP at Suncoast Dermatology in Lecanto, uses a laser to affect the growth of Lisa Bower's under-
arm area. The relatively painless procedure is done several times before desired results are achieved, according to
Estes.


w\ax off- as quickly as possible. The
hair is transferred from its follicle to
the % ax,. which isa gentle way of say-
ing it gets ripped out.
The pain factor is, say, tweezing
times 100. depending on your pain
threshold and body parts being
waxed, like the bikini area and the
upper lip. just under the nose.
Although messy and painful, w axing
%\ works on facial and extremities hailr,
small areas such as knuckles and
toes and large areas like a man's
back.
Home kits cost less than $10.
Salons generally charge less than
$10 for bro\ s or upper lip.
* Depilatories. With this over-the-
counter method, creams containing
chemicals dissolve hair shafts, but
not permanently This works for'
women with soft, blond peach fuzz
on their faces, said Elizabeth Estes, a
nurse practitioner at Suncoast
Dermatology in Lecanto "They tend
to be mess. and may irritate the skin
and cause a contact dermatitis." she
said. The cost of a home kit is less


than $10.
* Electrolysis. This method is
done by a licensed electrologist, who
inserts hair-thin needles into indi-
vidual hair follicles and applies an
electric current, which destroys the
hair roL Electrolysis produces long-
lasting results.
"It's done hair by hair, so it's time
consuming." said registered electrol-
ogist Marianne Donner: "It may take
a couple of years worth of weekly
treatments to do someone's legs, so
electrolysis is probably better for a
small area "
She said most common areas are
"mustache" area, chin and eye-
brows, but she also does underarms,
bikini areas, toes and fingers. She'll
do ear hair, but not inside the ear or
inside the nose.
"I' e done hairlines, like if a man
has a widow's peak and \\ants it
evened out." she said.
Donner said the needles don't
poke through the skin. so there's no
blood. The current lasts about 3 min-
utes per hair Pain depends on the


person, she said. The cost is about
$60 per hour:
* Pulse light laser. This is Lisa
Bower's method of choice. She is
currently undergoing treatments.
administered by Elizabeth Estes.
"It works by a pigmient-seeking
laser," Estes said. "and works only
on dark hairs." The hair needs to be
in the active growing phase, she
said.
A hand-held laser instrument
emits a laser light. which targets the
hair follicles and disrupts them. so
the hair can't grow back. Estes said.
It's not hair by ham as with elec-
trolysis The laser covers a surface
area, albeit a small area. and affects
all the hair follicles in its path It
takes about eight treatments.
depending on the person and
amount of hair
The cost varies. depending on the
facility where it's done, and is not
covered by health insurance.
"With this, there's ino down timee."
Estes said. "There might be a little
bit of redness. but it goes away


Halitosis an age-old problem What's the definition of'disease'?


Everyone has had bad breath eat. The primary site for the bacteria to
from time to time. But about 2 live is the back of the tongue, where the
percent to 3 percent of the adult tongue is thick and the crevices are
population has very objectionable bad deep and the bacteria can reside with-
breath-upward of about 60 out being disturbed.
to 70 million Americans suf- Bad breath, or halitosis,
fer this problem some time has been around for thou-
in their life. sands of years. People in the
It can be a significant Middle East and
problem because of all of Mediterranean area used a
our social interaction and resin from a tree to try to
sometimes dental treat- freshen their breath. Other
ments, such as brushing our cultures use similar treat-
teeth and mouthwashes, ments. Parsley is commonly
provide only temporary Dr. Denis Grillo used in Italy Cloves are also
relief, E used in the Middle East. And
There are two kinds of hal- EAR NOSE fruit peels were commonly
itosis. One is the temporary & THROAT used in the Asian countries.
type that comes from certain Some primitive cultures
foods 'or drinks, and then there is the continue to use these methods today.
persistent type that is usually related to In most cases, up to about 90 percent
bacteria in the oral cavity. of the time, bad breath comes from the


We have hundreds of bacteria that
will fester up as a result of food that we


Please see *-. * .-/Page 8C


D EAR DR. GOTT: I have a ques-
tion that has bothered me for
years. It is probably one of the
most irrelevant questions you've been
asked in awhile.
I have trouble with the
fact that political correct-
ness has moved any known
condition that afflicts
mankind into the category of '
disease. .1


We have heart disease and J
kidney disease, and even
cancer is considered a dis-
ease. I understand that some Dr. Pe
diseases can affect the A;
heart, kidneys, etc., but, DR.
while growing up, it was my
understanding that a dis-
ease was a microbial/viral invasion of
the human body, such as bubonic
plaque, cholera, smallpox or chicken-
pox, that, in most cases, is highly conta-
gious.


te
S


If we have problems with our heart
because of arterial sclerosis, that isn't a
disease, it's a condition brought on by
abuse, neglect or heredity. The same is
true with every major organ
in the human body.
It is called kidney disease,
when in reality the kidneys
fail to function properly due
; to the fact that as we age our
bodies do not function as
well as they once did.
Therefore, I submit that
even though disease seems
r Gott to be the acceptable way to
classify every malady, in
;K reality, Parkinson's is not a
O'TT disease: It is a condition of
-- the body brought on by dete-
riorating brain function. Alzheimer's is
not a disease. It is a condition, much as
Parkinson's.
Why is it so hard to call a spade a
Please see GOTT/Page 6C


Dr. C. Joseph
Bennett
AMERICAN
CANCER
SOCIETY


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* WHEN: 7:30 a.m. Saturday, March 31. The optional fun
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* WHERE: Terra Vista Activity Center of Citrus Hills.
* REGISTRATION: Register online or download an entry form at
citrusroadrunners.org. The entry fee is $15.00 for pre-registered
participants, and registration deadline is March 28.
[ CONTACT: For rrrore information or to become a sponsor for the
event, call Sonia Shah at 746-7402, Lakshmi Ram at (352) 613-
6355, or Chris Moling of the Citrus Road Runners at 637-2475.


& BLOOD
DISEASE


Advances

in prostate

cancer

I saw an 80-year-old gen-
tleman who had been
diagnosed with prostate
cancer seven years ago. He
had surgery in which his
prostate was removed.
Unfortunately, four years
later, cancer recurred. He
started hormone therapy He
received one injection every
three months. Later on, his
cancer progressed and so
the patient was referred to
me for further management
Prostate cancer is the
most common cancer in
men. It affects about 220,000
American men annually In
almost 90 percent of cases, it
is detected early It is cur-
able in this stage. Still, by an
estimate, about 27,000 men
will die of this cancer in
2007.
Once prostate cancer
spreads (usually to bones), it
is initially treated with hor-
mone therapy. Usually after
a few years, it becomes
resistant to hormones. This
is called hormone refractory
prostate cancer (HRPC). At
this stage, the patients
receive chemotherapy
Chemotherapy helps to
reduce bone pain secondary
to cancer and also extends
survival. Thus, it makes
patients live longer and bet-
ter. My patient was started
on chemotherapy with tax-
otere once a week along with
a low dose of prednisone. He
is tolerating treatment well.

Please see -''li;-. /Page 8C


,.'


Pain


relievers


and colon


cancer
For many years, we
have all heard that
certain pain relievers
may help to prevent colon
cancer. According to a
recent panel recommenda-
tion, not enough scientific
evidence exists to support
using aspirin and other pain
relievers to prevent colorec-
tal cancer.
Taking such medications
in high doses, defined as 300
milligrams and higher, on a
regular basis would do more
harm than good, they found,
by increasing a person's risk
for stroke, internal bleeding,
and kidney failure.
The recommendation
comes as part of a new U.S.
Preventive Services Task
Force guideline published
in the Annals of Internal
Medicine. The 16-member
panel reviews published
research and makes recom-
mendations about preven-
Please see BENNETT/Page 6C


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2C Tui SI)AY MARCH 20. 2007 HEALTH & LIFE CITRUS_~9ouNiY_(FL) GimoNici II


Years of neglect, fear of dentist take toll on teeth


Q I read your col-
* umn in the
* Chronicle and
have also just been read-
ing the Q&A on your Web
site. ,,
I am age 69 and need to
do something about my
mouth. I have an upper
-partial that is worn out and ,
missing one tooth, and a Dr. Frank
lower partial that I have SOI
not worn in several years. BI7
My remaining teeth are
rapidly deteriorating due
to gum disease and my neglecting (10-
plus years) to go for dental care. One
of the teeth that holds the upper par-
tial has fractured and a large piece of
filling in that tooth fell out, making it
increasingly difficult to eat. I am prob-
ably a candidate for a full set of den-
tures.
For several years after my hus-


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rES


band's death in 1995, I
could not afford dental
care. Then after a time I
was just too embarrassed.
Then too, there is the fact
that I am absolutely terri-
fied of going to the dentist
I do not have dental
insurance and was hoping
that this could be fixed in a
way that I can afford it
Thank you.
AL There are a lot of
issues in this one question.


Let's deal with one of them
at a time. Let's first look at your upper
teeth and partial.
You mentioned that the teeth are
worn and one tooth is off of the partial
and one of your own teeth has a filling
that has fallen out. If this were the
only thing going on, this could be fixed
rather simply It is usually easy and
effective to add a tooth to a partial


denture.
As for the worn teeth, since
finances seem to be a concern I would
stick with your existing partial and
repair it as the need arises - unless
you feel you can afford to have a new
one made and apply the money from
adding the tooth to the new partial.
In regard to the tooth with the fill-
ing that has come out, there are a few
ways to look at this. If it makes sense,
you could simply have it refilled. If
you had the money in your budget, I
would suggest a crown rather than a
filling.
The crown would be longer lasting
and more predictable. Another option
is to have it removed and either add it
to the existing partial or a new one -
whichever you chose.
As you might suspect, a dentist
would need to see you to understand
why you are not wearing the lower
partial. If there is a specific problem


that can be addressed, we might be
successful with modifying your par-
tial so you can wear it. If it simply
more comfortable out than in and you
have enough teeth to function with,
then spending money on a new one
might prove to be unnecessary
You also mentioned gum disease.
Unless the gum disease is very far
gone, there are ways to save your
teeth. If it can be accomplished non-
surgically, it can usually fit into some-
one's budget.
The last thing you mentioned is full
dentures. Full dentures are a big step;
however, sometimes they are the best.
You would really need to see a dentist
for a comprehensive examination
with X-rays so a decision could be
made about this. There are times that
we end up taking out all of the teeth
that are in obvious need of removal,
as well as those that are on the bor-
derline. We hold onto the ones that


appear as though they will hold up
through time, and repair them as
needed. Then we make a set of par-
tials. This method works very well,
but depends on how much money is
available to restore your mouth.
As you can see, there are a lot of
things to consider when restoring
one's mouth. It takes good communi-
cation and a thorough examination
followed by both the dentist and
patient doing what they are supposed
to do. If this is done, you can end up
with a rehabilitation that will last for
-years.
I hope this has helped, and I wish
you only the best.

Dr. Frank Vascimini is a Homosassa
dentist Send your questions to 4805
S. Suncoast Blvd., Homosassa FL
34446 or e-mail them to him at
info@masterpiecedentalstudio.com.


Health .


* Blood drive schedule for
LifeSouth Community Blood
Centers:
Today
* 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Central
Florida Community College, 3800
S. Lecanto Highway, Lecanto.
Recognition item, hot dogs.
Wednesday
* 11 a.m. to 2 p.m,, Subway,
6748 Gulf-to-Lake Highway (Publix
plaza on State Road 44), Crystal
River. Recognition item, six-inch
sub (manager's choice of two).
* 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., West Citrus
Elks No. 2693, 7890 W. Grove
Cleveland Blvd., Homosassa.
Recognition item.
Thursday
* 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Citrus
County Solid Waste Division, 230
W. Gulf-to-Lake Highway (landfill),
Lecanto. Recognition item.
Friday
* 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Crystal
River Health & Rehab., 136 N.E.
12th Ave., Crystal River. Recog-
nition item.
Saturday
* 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., WRGO
102.7 and Sun Country Homes
grand opening and blood drive,
8775 W. Veterans Drive, Crystal
River. Recognition item, live music
(D' Applez), food, giveaways.
Sunday
* 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Our Lady of
Fatima, 550 U.S. 41 S., Inverness.
Recognition item.
Monday
* 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Food Ranch,
49 N. U.S. 19, Inglis. Recognition
item.
* Dr. Philip Collins from North


Carolina, a specialist in preventive
health care, will speak from 6 to 8
p.m. Wednesday at the Eden
Gardens Seventh-day Adventist
Church, Mitchell Hall. "An ounce of
prevention is worth a pound of
cures" is his theme.
* Crystal Eye Center will offer
free vision, cataract and glauco-
ma screening Wednesday with Dr.
Thomas Dawson. Call 795-0212.
The Crystal Eye Center is on U.S.
19 South, Crystal River.
* American Cancer Society's
"Look Good ... Feel Better" from
3 to 5 p.m. Thursday in the confer-
ence room at Florida Cancer In-
stitute. Free and open to all women
cancer patients in active treatment.
Reservations required. For more
information and to make an
appointment for one of these future
sessions, call Mary Capo at (352)
596-1926, ext. 150. Call FCI at
(888) 206-0054 or go to www.flori
dacancerinstitute.us.
* Hospice of Citrus County, the
Seventh-day Adventist Church and
the Hospice Foundation of America
sponsor the annual teleconfer-
ence "Living With Grief: Before and
After the Death" from 1:30 to 4:30
p.m. Thursday at the Seventh-day
Adventist Church at 1880 N.
Trucks Ave in Hemando. Free;
reservations are required and seat-
ing is limited. Call 527-2020 or visit
the Web at www.hospiceofcitrus
county.org.
a The Wings Grief Support
Team of Hospice of Citrus County
in association with Central Florida
Community College will present a
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5:30 to 7 p.m. Monday, beginning
Monday. The program continues
April 9 and concludes April 16 at
the Central Florida Community
College Lecanto Campus at 3800
S. Lecanto Highway, Lecanto.
Call Jonathan Beard at Hospice
of Citrus County at 527-2020.
* Diabetes classes are offered
from 9 to 10 a.m. Monday at the
Citrus County Health Department
in Lecanto. Classes are free. No
registration is required.
* Meal planning, Monday.
* More about meal plans, April
2.
* Medications and monitoring,
April 9.
* Sick days, April 16.
* Avoiding complications, April
23.
Fasting blood sugars are offered
from 8 to 9 a.m. Monday through
Friday in all three Citrus County
Health Department sites. There is
a $10 fee for this service. No
appointment necessary. Every
Monday before the Lecanto class,
anyone who would like to have a
blood sugar test should come fast-
ing.
Call Lynece Hand, R.N., 795-
6233, ext. 240 or Carol Burke,
R.D., 726-5222.
* The Withlacoochee Long-
Term Care Ombudsman Council
at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 29, at
the Lake Panasoffkee Parks and
Recreation Building, West Wing,
1582 County Road 459, Lake
Panasoffkee.


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mulem@elderaffairs.org. Visit
http://ombudsman.myflorida.com.
* Free diabetes screenings 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. March 29 to 31 at
Kmart, 1801 N.W. U.S. 19, Crystal
River. Call (800) 713-3301. No
appointment necessary.
* Free diabetes screenings
9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 2 and 3 at
Walgreens in Homosassa, 4029 S.
Suncoast Blvd. No appointment
needed.
* Free diabetes screenings
9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 5 through
7 at Kmart in Inverness, 1660 U.S.
41 N. No appointment needed.
* Citrus Hearing Impaired
Program Services Inc. (CHIPS)
Sign Language Workshop from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, March
31, at 105 S.E. U.S. 19, Crystal
River. The cost is $20. Class size
is limited. Lunch will be provided.
Call 795-5000.
* Hospice of Citrus County will
provide orientation training for
individuals who are interested in
learning more about Hospice vol-
unteer opportunities including posi-
tions at the Thrift and Gift Shoppes
in Inverness, Homosassa and
Crystal River, 1 to 4 p.m. Tuesday,
April 3, at Our Lady of Grace
Catholic Church, 6 Roosevelt
Blvd., Beverly Hills.
To register for this class or to
request training for your group, call
Judy Knowlton, Hospice of Citrus
County volunteer program manag-
er, at 527-6613.
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www.srrmc.com.
* American Cancer Society's
"Road to Recovery" program
needs volunteer drivers. Call Cindi
Crisci, area patient services repre-
sentative at the American Cancer
Society, at (727) 812-7028.
* The Alzheimer's Family
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* The Alzheimer's Family
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to all residents of Citrus, Pasco,
Hernando, Sumter and Lake coun-
ties caring for an individual with
dementia or Alzheimer's disease.
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Pinworm infection in children caused by common parasite


Q What can
* be done
* about pin- "
worm infection?
A Pinworm infec-
tion is a disease
caused by intestinal
roundworms, the -.'
most common para-
site in children in
the United States. It Richard ]
is estimated that 14 ASK
percent of the popu- pHARA
lation is infested
with pinworms. The
greatest incidence of pinworm
infection is in children 5 to 14
years of age. Infection usually
follows the ingestion of pin-
worm eggs from fecal contami-
nation of hands, food, clothing
and bedding.
The adult pinworm is a


NOTES
Continued from Page 2C

Support Services and Catholic
Charities offers a Respite Care
Program for people with early
onset Alzheimer's disease or other
dementia-related illnesses, from
12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Our Lady of Grace Church, 6
Roosevelt Blvd., Beverly Hills. Call
Bobbie J. Sharp at 527-5940,
Citrus County Community Support
Services.
* The Doctor Ride program
helps with medical appointment
transportation in Citrus County for
those age 65 and older. Three or
four days' notice is required, and
only one ride per week is available.
To volunteer or ride, call John at
746-3796.
* Skillbank's volunteer pool of
drivers will chauffeur residents of
Beverly Hills who need a ride to
the doctor, pharmacy or grocery
store. Residents get one trip a
week and should call several days
in advance: 746-5001 from 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.
* Telephone Friends service
confirms safety and imparts care
and concern, and is available at no
cost. Call Nature Coast Volunteer
Center at 527-5950 or e-mail
ncvc@bocc.citrus.fl.us.
* The Citrus County Health
Department (CCHD) has a toll-
free information line, (877) 746-
3248. The CCHD Web address is
www.citruscountyhealth.org and
the Community Resource number
is 211.
* The Beverly Hills Lions Club
Inc. has a loan closet for wheel-
chairs, walkers, canes, bath chairs,
etc. Call Lion Warren Adams, 746-
1984.
* The Center For Independent
Living of North Central Florida
(CILNCF) provides four core serv-
ices in: information and referral,
peer support, independent living
skills education and advocacy.
It is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5
p.m. at 3774 State Road 44,
across from Cowboy Junction.


SMILE
Continued from Page 1C

solely because of their appear-
ance,. and that simply because
of a small mark on their faces,
their lives would never be nor-
mal.
A few months after we
returned from India, my cousin
informed me about a club in
her school that she was greatly
involved in called Operation
Smile. This organization, she
told me, was a nonprofit group
that had provided reconstruc-
tive surgery for more than
100,000 children around the
world who have facial deformi-
ties so that they could live nor-
mal lives.
The Operation Smile club at
her school had raised $5,000
from a local event, and she was
even selected to join a volun-
teer mission in Thailand the
following summer to assist
with some of the surgical
processes. With my cousin's
help, I decided to start an
Operation Smile club at
Lecanto High School with my
friend Lakshmi Ram in hopes
of making a difference in our
world.
This year, our Operation
Smile club will host the Miles
for Smiles 5K Race on March
31 with. the Citrus Road
Runners to raise money for
this incredible cause. Each
surgical process costs $240, so
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small, white,
threadlike worm
with a pin-shaped
and pointed tail,
which attaches
itself to the intestin-
al tract. Pinworms
- live in the bowel,
but the female
worms exit the anal
[offmann opening at night to
THE lay eggs. The
IAC "ST mature female
worm may lay as
many as 16,000
sticky eggs, which can live for
an average of eight to 13 weeks.
If the eggs drop away at night,
they can be found on sheets or
blankets. The eggs can also be
easily removed from the anal
area by scratching. As the child
plays during the day, the eggs


* The Citrus County Health
Department offers child safety
seat checks by appointment at the
Inverness office, 120 N.
Montgomery Ave. Call Sue Littnan
at 726-1731, ext. 242.
* Florida Elks Children's
Therapy Services provides free in-
home physical and occupational
therapy to Florida children in need.
Applicants for consideration may
call Walt Mabie at Inverness Elks
Lodge 2522 in Hernando at 726-
2027 before noon Monday through
Friday, West Citrus Elks 2693 at
628-1221 or the Florida program
administrator toll free at (800) 523-
1673.
* Citrus County Health
Department offers birth control
services to women of childbearing
age. These confidential services
are available at all health depart-
ment locations from a female
provider who specializes in
women's health. Call the office
nearest you: Inverness 726-1731;
Crystal River 795-6233; Lecanto
527-0068.
* A+ Healthcare Home Health
will be at the following locations to
offer free blood pressure screen-
ing. Call Mary Pearsall at 564-
2700.
* East Citrus Community Cen-
ter: 9 to 11 a.m. first Wednesday
monthly.
* Brentwood Health Center: 10
to 11 a.m. second Tuesday month-
ly.
* West Citrus Community
Center: 9 to 11 a.m. third Wed-
nesday monthly.
* Inverness Community Center:
9 to 11 a.m. third Tuesday monthly.
* Inverness Sports & Orthopedic
Rehab Team (SPORT) offers free
screening, by appointment, for
individuals with neck/back pain,
headaches, orthopedic injuries,
carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, osteo-
porosis and general fitness. Call
341-3740.
* Free HIV testing is available
at the Citrus County Health De-
partment: Inverness, 726-1731;
Crystal River, 795-6233; Lecanto,
527-0068. Walk-ins accepted,
appointments preferred.

in an effort to create smiles
and change lives.


on his or her fingers or under
the nails may be deposited on
other surfaces, leading to more
infections. Infected children
can also re-infect themselves
by placing their fingers in their
mouths.
The most common symptom
of pinworm infection is an irri-
tating itch in the rectal area
that typically occurs at night
when the female pinworm
deposits eggs, but can also
occur during the daytime.
Parents may be able to recog-
nize pinworms using a flash-
light at night after the child has
been in bed for an hour or so. If
the child is infected, parents
may see small white worms,
about the size of a staple,
crawling around the anal open-
ing.

* Free hearing screenings
offered by All Children's Sertoma
Therapy Center from 9 to 11 a.m.
Tuesday and Thursdays by ap-
pointment only at 760 W. Hamp-
shire Blvd., Suite 9, Citrus Springs.
Call 746-3300.
* Telecommunication equip-
ment is available to any Florida
resident who has a hearing or
speech impairment. Call Citrus
Hearing Impaired Program Ser-
vices at 795-5000 (voice) or 795-
7243 (TTY). Visit the Web site at
www.ftri.org.
* SHINE (Serving Health In-
surance Needs of Elders) coun-
selors offer information and assis-
tance on Medicare (figuring out the
paperwork, bills and filing appeals),
Medicare Supplemental Insurance,
Medicare prescription drug cover-
age and long-term care planning.
For an appointment at Citrus
Memorial Health System's SHARE
Club from 9 a.m. to noon Monday,
call 344-6513; SHARE Club affilia-
tion is not required.
For appointments at other sites
throughout the county or informa-
tion, call the Elder Help Line at
(800) 262-2243 or leave your
name and telephone number with
the Citrus County Senior Care
Services at 527-5930. A SHINE
counselor will return your call.
SHINE Walk-In Sites with no
appointment necessary:
0 Citrus County Resource
Center - noon to 4 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursdays - 2804 W. Marc
Knighton Court, Lecanto.


Another approach is to apply
adhesive tape to the child's
anal opening as he or she aris-
es in the morning, before a
bath, showed; or a bowel move-
ment. This tape can then be
taken to a physician's office for
pinworm identification under
a microscope.
The management of pin-
worm infection requires drug
treatment of the child and all
household members. Strict
hygiene measures should also
be taken to prevent and treat
pinworm infection (e.g., wash-
ing linens, disinfecting toilet
seats, daily morning showers,
daily vacuuming in the areas
around beds, scrubbing the
child's fingers with soap and a
brush, trimming the child's
nails, washing hands frequent-

* Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Center - 9 a.m. to noon
the firsthand third Fridays monthly
- check in at the volunteer desk in
the hospital lobby at 6201 N. Sun-
coast Blvd., Crystal River.
* "Medically Speaking," a 30-
minute health awareness program,
airs at 5 p.m. Monday on WYKE
TV, channel 16, hosted by April
Saxer, marketing director for Gulf-
coast Aquatic and Rehabilitation.
* Professional counseling
services are available to individu-
als, couples, families and children
experiencing a broad range of per-
sonal, relationship and family prob-
lems.Call Marty at Catholic
Charities at (800) 242-9012.
* Citrus Memorial Health Sys-
tem has speakers. Mail requests
to Rebecca Martin in Public Rela-
tions, Citrus Memorial hospital, 502
W. Highland Blvd., Inverness, FL
34452, or call her at 344-6501.
* Diane White of Hero
Assistance Dogs is available as a
guest speaker. Call at 344-8618.
* Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Center maintains an active
group of speakers. Call Jennifer
Hall, community relations coordina-
tor, at 795-8344 or (352) 489-2022,
ext. 8344.
* LifeLink of Florida, the agency
which coordinates organ and tissue
donations for the Tampa Bay area,
has speakers available. Call
Jennifer Krouse at (800) 262-5775
or (813) 253-2640.
* Sherri King, PTA, clinic man-
ager of Sports & Orthopedic Rehab


ly, etc.).
Nonprescription drug treat-
ment products contain pyran-
tel pamoate, which paralyzes
and kills the worms. These
products include PinRid, Pin-
X, Reese's Pinworm Medicine
and others. The dosage is
based upon the person's body
weight so be sure to read all
product dosage instructions
and labeling information care-
fully prior to use.
These products are not
intended to be used in patients
who weigh less than 25 pounds
or are younger than 2 years,
who are pregnant, or who have
liver disease. Prescription
products are also available to
treat pinworm infection. If you
have any questions regarding
pinworm infection or its treat-

is available, free of charge, as a
guest speaker in the Inverness and
Floral City area. Call Sports &
Orthopedic Rehab Team,
Inverness clinic, at 341-3740.
* The Citrus County Health De-
partment has speakers for groups
interested in health topics. Call Judi
Tear at 527-0068, ext. 271.
* Senior Companion Program
serves 20 hours per week, provid-
ing companionship, respite care,
escorted transportation and other
services to clients who are at risk
of placement in long-term care
facilities. Prospective SCP volun-
teers do not need medical or tech-
nical skills, just the ability to be a
friend. Call Sue Carscadden, SCP
assistant, at 527-5959.
* Barrier Free America as
advocates will work with persons
who have disabilities and the entity
involved in complying with the
Americans with Disabilities Act of
1990 (ADA). To file a grievance
(the service is free), call for an
appointment at 628-5401. Barrier
Free America is at the Golden
Eagle Plaza, 3269 S. Suncoast
Blvd., Homosassa.
* Florida Alliance for Assist-
ive Services and Technology
(FAAST) will exhibit and demon-
strate devices for people with dis-
abilities and the elderly at the Cent-
er for Independent Living's Lecanto
office. FAAST is at 3774 W. Gulf-
to-Lake Highway, Lecanto, FL-
34461. Open from 8:30 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Friday. Call
527-8399.


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* The Citrus County Multiple
Sclerosis Support Group will
meet from 1 to 3 p.m. Wednesday,
March 28, at First Presbyterian
Church, 1501 U.S. 19, Crystal Riv-
er. San;dra Benko from Hospice will
be guest speaker. Call Peggy at
344-4855 or Florence at 637-4014.
* Alzheimer's Family Organi-
zation:
0 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 20,
Highland Terrace, 700 Medical
Court E., Inverness. Call Ellen
Mallon at 860-2525.
* 10 a.m. Thursday, March 29,
Woodland Terrace, 124 W. Norvell
Bryant Highway, Hernando. Call
Pam Pepitone at 249-3100.
0 2:30 p.m. Monday, April 2,
Crystal Gem Manor, 10845 Gem
St., Crystal River. Call Elaine Heller
at 382-2531 or 794-7601.
0 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 17,
Highland Terrace, 700 Medical
Court East, Inverness. Call Ellen
Mallon at 860-2525.
0 10 a.m. Thursday, April 26,
Woodland Terrace, 124 W. Norvell
Bryant Highway, Hernando. Call
Pam Pepitone at 249-3100.
* Empowerment group form-
ing. Call Richard at (352) 465-4444
or Elena at 560-7478.
* Cancer Support Group will
meet at 3 p.m. Wednesday, March
28, at the Cancer Treatment
Center. Dr. Rao will be speaking on
Colorectal Cancer. Call 746-1100.
* Support group meetings are
in the CMHS Administration Build-
ing unless otherwise indicated.
* Bariatric Support Group: Every
three months at 6:30 p.m., Cypress
Room. Call Claudia Blotz at 697-
0051 or Bette Clark at 860-0383.
* Breast Cancer Support Group:
Second Friday, noon, Robert
Boissoneault Cancer Institute. Call
June O'Donnell at 527-8371.
* Citrus Cancer Support: Third
Tuesday, 4:30 p.m., Cafeteria
meeting room. Call Carol at 726-


1551, ext. 6596 or ext. 3329
* Diabetes Support Group:
Fourth Wednesday, 11:30 a.m.,
Cypress Room. Call Carol McHugh
at 341-6110 (new phone number).
* Dystonia Support Group: Third
Saturday of every other month, 10
a.m., Cypress Room. Call Anna
DiPleco at 726-8489. Next meeting
in November.
* Citrus Country Ostomy Sup-
port: Third Sunday, 2 p.m., Cypress
Room. Call Bob at 746-6693, Sally
at 637-2055, Betty at 726-3802 or
Frank at 341-0005. Call Catherine
Clark at 344-9630.
*ACS Man-to-Man Prostate
Cancer Support & Education Pro-
gram: First Wednesday, 11:30
a.m., Robert Boissoneault Cancer
Institute, Allen Ridge Medical Mall,
522 N. Lecanto Highway, Lecanto.
Call 527-0106.
* Respiratory Support Group:
Will not meet until further notice.
* BROOKSVILLE -The
Florida Cancer Institute's monthly
women's breast cancer support
group from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, April 3, at 7154 Medical
Center Drive, Spring Hill. Guest
speaker will be Debi Byford Koch,
a representative from AstraZeneca.
.Call Tambra Randazzo, R.T., at
(352) 592-8128.
Call (888) 206-0054 or go to
www.FloridaCancerlnstitute.us.
* Citrus Abuse Shelter
Association (CASA), 112 N. Pine
Ave., Inverness, offers three free
weekly women's domestic abuse
support groups:
* 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday and
Wednesday (free child care avail-
able).
* 10:30 a.m. to noon Wednes-
days (no child care available).
Call CASA at 344-8111.
* Weekly social "Moving On"
Grief Support Group at 4 p.m.
Friday at Cinnamon Sticks Res-
taurant, 2120 State Road 44 W.,


Support
Inverness. Call Hospice of Citrus
County Grief Services Manager
Jonathan Beard at 527-2020.
in Transitions Grief Support
Group - 3 and 6 p.m. Tuesday,
Seven Rivers Regional Medical
Center offices building community
room. Registration required. Call
(800) 486-8784.
* Look Good ... Feel Better
workshop for women undergoing
radiation, chemotherapy or are
within six months post-treatment, at
3 p.m. the second Wednesday
monthly at the Cancer & Blood
Disease Center, 521 N. Lecanto
Highway, Lecanto. Call the Ameri-
can Cancer Society at (800) 395-
LOOK (5665) for a reservation.
* Overcomers Group for peo-
ple recovering from addictions to
drugs, alcohol or other out-of-con-
trol habits meets at 8 p.m. Mon-
days at the Sanctuary, 7463 Grov-
er Cleveland Blvd. Call Paul at
628-2874.
* Dunnellon Life Recovery
group for adults where addiction,
compulsion and co-dependency
issues are dealt with, at 7 p.m.
Monday at Rainbow Springs
Village Church, 20222 S.W. 102nd
St. Road Dunnellon. Call Char at
(352) 465-1644 or Nancy at (352)
794-0017.
P AI-Anon groups meet regular-
ly in Citrus County. Call (352) 697-
0497.
* Inverness AFG: 8 p.m. Mon-
days, Our Lady of Fatima Catholic
Church, 550 S. U.S. 41.
* Crystal River AFG: 8 p.m.
Tuesday, St. Benedict Catholic
Church, 455 S. Suncoast Blvd.
* Last Resort AFG: 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday, First United Meth-
odist Church, 3896 S. Pleasant
Grove Road, Inverness.
* Lecanto AFG: 8 p.m.
Thursday, Unitarian Universalist


Fellowship, 2149 W. Norvell Bryant
Highway, Lecanto.
* Awareness Lunch Bunch
AFG: 12:30 p.m. Friday, St.
Margaret Episcopal Church, 114 N.
Osceola Ave., Inverness.
* Courage AFG. 8 p.m. Thurs-
days, First United Methodist
Church, 8831 West Bradshaw St.,
Homosassa. Room 102. Open
meeting. Call 270-3827.
* AI-Anon Family Group for
family or friends living with or con-
cerned about another's drinking
problem meets from 11:30 a.m. to
1 p.m. Monday at St. Lawrence
Catholic Church, 320 E. Dade
Ave., Bushnell. May bring bag
lunch. Call 793-5738 or 568-1708.
* Alcoholics Anonymous: If
you drink, and want to stop, call
Alcoholics Anonymous Nature
Coast Intergroup at 621-0599. Web
site: www.ncintergroup.com.
* A.C. Ministries Recovery
Group 12-Step Recovery Work-
book meeting (scripturally based),
6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Church
Without Walls, non-denominational,
non-profit Christian Fellowship. The
group ministers to three groups:
alcoholics or substance abusers,
family of substance abusers,
adults, children and individuals who
were raised in alcoholic or sub-
stance abuse or dysfunctional fami-
lies. Donations accepted. 3962 N.
Roscoe Road, Hernando. Call
Laverne at 637-4563.
* Overeaters Anonymous:
* 1 p.m. Thursday at Our Lady
of Grace Parish Hall, 6 Roosevelt
Blvd, Beverly Hills.


* 6:30 p.m. Friday at Our Lady
of Grace Parish Hall, 6 Roosevelt
Blvd., Beverly Hills.
Call 341-0777, 746-7749 or 726-
9112.
* CEA-H.O.W. for people who
have an eating disorder, at noon
Wednesday at the First Presbyter-
ian Church, 206 Washington Ave.,
Inverness. Call Judi M. at 726-
5882.
* Amputee Support Group
meets the last Thursday monthly at
Cinnamon Sticks Restaurant on
State Road 44 West, Inverness.
Call Donna at 344-1988 or Perry at
Sonlife Prosthetics, 344-8200.
N Reiki clinic meets from 7 to 9
p.m. most Wednesdays at the
Beverly Hills Community Center, 1
Civic Circle, Beverly Hills. Call Ann
Thonen at 795-5116 or Kristi
Kobler at 628-5537.
* Narcotics Anonymous:
* Easy Does It, 8 p.m. Monday
and Saturday, Lions Den, U.S. 41,
Floral City.
* It Works How and Why, 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Satur-
day and noon Sunday, YANA Club,
147 N.W. Seventh St., Crystal
River.
* Focus on Recovery, 8 p.m.
Thursday, First Christian Church,
Grover Cleveland Boulevard,
Homosassa.
* Recovery on the River, 8 p.m.
Monday and Friday, Lecanto
Church of Christ, State Road 44
and County Road 491, Lecanto; 8
p.m. Sunday 797 S. Rowe Terrace,
Lecanto, east of County Road 491
and State Road 44.
Narcotics Anonymous is not affil-
iated with any of the meeting facili-


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ties listed. Information: 382-0851.
* Narconon Need help with
Addiction? Call (800) 556-8885.
* Nar-Anon: a support group
for the families and friends of
addicts, at 8 p.m. Wednesday at
Act II, 1065 N. Paul Drive,
Inverness. Call 344-5963 or visit
www.nar-anon.org.
* Depression and Bipolar
Support Alliance of Citrus County
at 7 p.m. Thursday in Bailey Hall,
First Lutheran Church, 1900 State
Road 44 W., Inverness.
Doors open at 6 p.m. Call 621-
0165: The National DBSA
Association's number is (800) 826-
3632.
* The Area 13 Family Care
Council from 10 a.m. to noon the
second Monday monthly at the
Wildwood DCF/APD office, 1601
W. Gulf Atlantic Highway (State
Road 44). Call Dominic
Christofaro, (352) 489-6279.
* Alzheimer's Association
Florida Gulf Coast Chapter
meets at 11 a.m. the first Tuesday
monthly at Our Lady of Fatima
Catholic Church, 550 U.S. 41
South, Inverness. Call Wendy Hall,
527-4600.
* Friends of the Blind meets
from 9 a.m. to noon the second
Friday monthly at the Church of the
Nazarene in Hernando. Call Butch
Shultz at 344-2693 or Bob
Johnson at 563-1890.
* FFRA (Families and Friends
of Retarded Adults) at 9 a.m. the
second Friday monthly at the Key
Training Center in Lecanto, in the
Chet Cole Life Enrichment Center.
Call Stephanie at 344-0288, or
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Editor'snote: This is the conclusion mid-1980s, from 6 percent to 2 percent
:of a two-part column on the need for of all insurance payments. People seek-
:mental health insurance. ing talk therapy increasingly
D rug and insurance must pay fbr those services
: companies often out-of-pocket
` view talk therapy Many people with emo-
.and qualified practitioners tional and psychological
'as a threat to their control :. problems make good pro-
-over the health care system. gress with talk therapy or
* These companies insist " , with a combination of talk
:that mental health problems ' therapy and medication.
,are due to "biological imbal- At While drugs can, indeed, be
-ances" which require only F.D. Stephenson helpful, they alone do not
expensive medications. A "AEcure" emotional distress,
systematic campaign to dis- and sometimes have uncom-
credit the value and compe- THE MIND fortable side effects.
-tence of talk therapists Certainly there are biolog-
:'exists when drug and insurance compa- ical aspects to many emotional and psy-
;'nies assert, for example, that most types chological problems, but biology is not
:of long-term therapies are not "evi- the only cause (or cure) for these condi-
dence based." tions.
Insurance coverage for talk therapy Consumers of health care services do
;has, in fact, steeply declined since the not have to be intimidated into accept-


ing inadequate mental health treat-
ment. Citizens have a right to demand
effective clinical service.
Tell your health care plan that you
want adequate access to qualified talk
therapists if you have emotional, addic-
tion or marriage and family problems.
Let your employer or human resources
department know that you want a solid
mental health benefit that also includes
comprehensive talk therapy services.
A 1997 study by the New England
Journal of Medicine showed that a large
number of Medicare HMOs engaged in
favorable selection by "cherry picking"
healthier individuals. Since 1987, the
number of uninsured in the United
States has grown by a million each year.
Our mental health care system needs
to get private health insurance out of it
Little of value is offered by private
insurance when 15 percent to 25 per-
cent of the health care dollar is


skimmed off for profit and overhead.
By extending Medicare to everyone,
universal coverage for both mental and
physical health is possible while con-
taining costs. The transition to full
enrollment in Medicare, for example,
could be achieved by gradually drop-
ping the eligibility age over five to 10
years. Any losses in phasing out private
health insurance industry jobs could be
well offset by job gains in other
American industries, especially since
they would no longer be saddled with
such high health insurance costs, as is
now the case.
Medicare is more efficient than pri-
vate insurance, with overhead now less
than 4 percent More importantly, it can-
not deny care to those who need it the
most, and administration by a single
public entity makes controlling pro-
gram costs more possible.
Nobel Prize recipient Bernard Lown,


M.D., of the Harvard School of Public
Health sums it up nicely:
"One may only hope that Winston
Churchill's quip will soon be realized:
'You can always count on Americans to
do the right thing, after they have tried
everything else.' The United States has
tried any number of bad solutions for
providing its people with health care.
Long overdue is the recognition that
medicine is a necessary social service
that should be accessible to all citizens."
M---
F. Douglas Stephenson, LCSW,
LMFT, BCD, is a graduate of The
University of Chicago and was a
faculty member in the Department of
Psychiatry, University of Florida. A
psychotherapist in private practice
in Citrus County since 1990, his
offices are in Meadowcrest Doctor's
Park, Crystal River, 795-7070.


GOTT
Continued from Page lC

;spade? Whooping cough,
mumps, measles and polio are
|caused by outside influences
and should be called what they
'are - diseases. Heart, lung,
,brain and kidney problems are
'conditions that have been
-caused by the failure of the
.body to repair itself properly,
,and we should not accept blur-


'BENNETT
Continued from Page lC

Itive health care.
Until more studies are done,
Jthe group cautions against the
regular use of aspirin and
other painkillers called
*NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-
,inflammatory drugs) for pre-
-vention of colorectal cancer in
:patients at average risk.
'NSAIDs include several pre-
scription and over-the-counter
-medicines, including Advil
:(ibuprofen), Aleve (naproxen),
and ketoprofen.
The recommendation is
Based on several key findings:
, First, there is little scien-
tific evidence to show that
aspirin or NSAIDs taken in
high doses for long periods
reduce the risk of dying from
colorectal cancer. There are,
.however, fair to good studies
-that show that taking these
.'drugs can reduce the risk of


ring the difference between the
two for political correctness. We
have diseases and we have con-
ditions that affect the human
body
If this is nitpicking (insect
infestation), I apologize.
DEAR READER: The term
"disease" refers to any negative
abnormality in the body,
whether it is cancer, infection,
heart problems, diabetes and so
forth. I believe that it is entirely
appropriate for you to abandon
your limited definition of "dis-

developing polyps (pre-cancer-
ous growths) and colorectal
cancer
* Second, good studies show
that taking low-dose aspirin
(100 milligrams daily, the
amount recommended to
reduce risk of heart attack and
stroke) does not reduce the risk
for colorectal cancer.
* Third, good studies show
that before a person is diag-
nosed with colon cancer, taking
high-dose aspirin or NSAIDs
(300 milligrams and higher) for
cancer prevention puts them at
an increased risk for other
health concerns. These include
bleeding in the gastrointestinal
tract and brain, kidney prob-
lems and cardiovascular dis-
ease.
Whether people should rou-
tinely take aspirin or NSAIDs
to reduce their risk for colorec-
tal cancer depends on if the
benefits of colorectal cancer
reduction outweigh the risks
for side effects. For people at
average risk, the possible


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ease" and subscribe to the
broad, nonpolitical, newer gen-
eralization that is the current
standard. We are all subjected
to varying diseases, only a few
of which are caused by bacteri-
al or viral infections.
DEAR DR. GOTT: Many
years ago, a magazine article
told of an older man, a diabetic,
who sustained a deep cut in his
heel. Despite the physician's
treatment, the wound would not
heal. Finally, the man was given
a series of treatments of breath-

harms seem to outweigh the
benefits at this time.
These recommendations do
not apply to patients with a
personal history of colorectal
cancer or other conditions that
put them at high risk for the
disease.
Colorectal cancer is the third
most common cancer found in
men and women in the United
States. So anything that can be
done to lower the risk is an
important step in reducing the
incidence and death rate from
cancer.
However, at this time it
appears that the risk of side
effects outweighs the benefits
for people at average risk.
Other colon cancer prevention
measures that involve lifestyle
decisions are a better choice.
Although these options are
not as easy as swallowing an
aspirin, getting adequate exer-


ing pure oxygen while in a pres-
surized chamber. The wound
did respond to that and healed
tip remarkably well. Is hyper-
baric oxygen therapy still in use
today? What do you think of it?
DEAR READER: Hyperbaric
oxygen therapy is still in use
today and is a near-miraculous
therapy for certain circulation
problems, carbon monoxide
poisoning, smoke inhalation,
cyanide poisoning, some forms
of anemia and decompression
sickness. Many large hospitals

cise and maintaining a healthy
weight are effective ways to
reduce the risk of both heart
disease and colorectal cancer
In addition, all Americans 50
and older should begin to get
screened for colon cancer,
which can result in the detec-
tion and removal of colon
polyps before they turn into
cancer.

Dr. Bennett is a
board-certified radiation
oncologist, past president of
the Citrus County Unit of the
American Cancer Society and
a member of the Board of
Directors and Executive
Committee of the Florida
Division of the American
Cancer Society. If you have
any suggestions for topics, or
have any questions, e-mail
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CFCC Road Runners 500
Crystal River Manatees 3938
Extension Exercisers 3775
Fiscally Fit 3391
Floral City Elementary Bulldogs 5783
Happy Feet 3368
Holder Hoofums! 6162
Lettuce Be Fit 5175
Oldies But Goodies 900
Step-in-Time 2364


GETTING THERE
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Barb's Team 8584
Blessed Ones I 2775
Blessed Ones II 2100
Blessed Ones III 1825
Dynamic Divas. 4876
Fit N Fiddle 5960
Fixing the News 450
Flying Sneakers 0
Happy Hoofers 6480
Losers 0
No Nonsense 5982
PMSers 4630
Sew and Sews 2800
Six Twizzlers 5875
Stepping Into Education 6655
S.W.A.T. 2436
Team Twinkle 5158
The Heart Pacers 3952
The Keep it Up Kids 3950
Walking Parrots 4825

10-10-10 Challenge Total
JUST GETTING STARTED
Gill's Guys and Gals 1024
On the Move 2695
Pea Pods 1630
PGE Walkers 571
Puma 1217
Snail's Pace 775
Tops FL #341 1329
VA Movers and Shakers 1127
WTI Gator Eyes 557

GETTING THERE
Curves of Homosassa 2214
CFCC Fitness Zealots 1179
Ed Services 1469
Faculty Fighting Fitness 466
Maggie's Team 2444
Moving in the Spirit 910
No Excuses 1219
Not Weighting Around 1106
SpEd 1545
Super Six 1201
The A Team 1047
The Trottin' Mamas 2040
Two Left Feet 1380
Working Our Assets Off 1156

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Jazzercise Jocks 1637
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A lot of research is being
done on this advanced prostate
,cancer. A new drug,
'Pertuzumab, is now under
,active trial. It is a targeted
,agent, which hits mainly can-
,cer cells without affecting nor-
Imal cells. An interesting but
:preliminary study was pub-
,lished in the Journal of
:Clinical Oncology.
: Forty-one patients who pro-
gressed after initial chemo-
:therapy were started on
iPertuzumab. One-third of the
:patients had stable disease. It
was well tolerated.
In another study, a new drug
.called satraplatin showed
;some positive and encouraging
,reports. It is an oral agent.
Both satraplatin and
!Pertuzumab are still investiga-


GRILLO
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mouth itself. The reason, I men-
tioned, is the fact that the
tongue is grooved and has great
'potential for accumulating bac-
teria.
Some people feel it is related
to nasal problems. The simple
test would be to have one
breathe through their nose then
breathe through their mouth.
The vast majority of times there
Will be no odor from the air
coming through the nose.
* Bad breath is like other body
bdors and is perpetuated by
bacteria. Besides the tongue
there are other areas in the
mouth that can contribute, val-
leys and gullies of the lining of
the mouth in between the teeth.
The larger the area, the more
likely food will impact and pro-
vide a source of fuel for the bac-
teria to proliferate. In some
cases, excessive mucous, such
as postnasal drip associated
with colds, will also provide
food for the bacteria.
Saliva in the mouth actually
plays a significant role in elimi-
nating bad breath. While we are
awake and going about our
daily activities including eating
and drinking, this stimulates
saliva flow and eliminates bad


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be a complimentary reception for all survivors and caregivers in attendance. Your strength and
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It is important to note that many men
outlive their prostate cancer, even those
with advanced disease.


tional but promising agents.
More studies are needed
before the FDA can approve
them.
It is important to note that
many men outlive their
prostate cancer, even those
with advanced disease. Unlike
some other cancers, many men
with advanced prostate cancer
can expect to live for many
years. Often, the prostate can-
cer grows slowly, and there are
now some effective treatment
options that extend life even
further. A few drugs can help
treat the symptoms of
advanced cancer.
Five years ago, we had prac-
tically no good treatment for
this advanced prostate cancer,


Treating bad
breath requires
good, aggressive

oral hygiene.

breath.
So the gum you chew may
seem to freshen your breath,
but the other thing that it helps
is stimulating saliva flow to help
combat bad breath. Conversely,
at night when we don't eat or
drink and we don't have great
saliva flow, bad breath will be
more prevalent Everyone has
morning breath as a result of
this.
There are some myths that
suggest that bad breath comes
from the lungs, the kidneys, the
stomach, and certain disorders
of the body. In general, these
problems account for only 1
percent of the bad breath prob-
lem.
Treating bad breath, as we all
know, requires good, aggressive
oral hygiene including once-a-
day dental flossing. Toothpicks
are OK, but not a substitute for
flossing. Tongue brushes and
scrapers are readily available
and do help.
But the problem is, the least
accessible area at the back of
the tongue where the smells are


but now more and more drugs
are coming up on the horizon.
Already, taxotere-based
chemotherapy and bone-
strengthening drugs such as
Zometa help these patients
considerably. At the same time,
the future is brighter and more
hope is on the horizon.

Dr. Sunil Gandhi is a
hematologist and oncologist
He is the volunteer medical
adviser of the Citrus Unit of
the American Cancer Society.
Send questions or comments
to 521 N. Lecanto Highway,
Lecanto FL 34461 or e-mail to
sgandhi@tampabay.rr.com or
call 746-0707.

the worst are the hardest to get
to because of the gag reflex. But
tongue scraping and brushing
do, indeed, help.
There are many products out
there to rinse and gargle, but
please be aware that some of
the components of these mouth-
washes actually contribute to
drying and irritation, which will
actually aggravate bad breath.
These include alcohol, sodium
products and oxidizing agents
such as peroxide.
Another area that needs to be
mentioned is the tonsils. If they
are quite large and pitted and
trap debris, like the tongue,
they can be a source of bacteria
and bad breath.
If you already have your ton-
sils out, my recommendation
would be to stick with good oral
hygiene and, if that fails, ask
your dentist or physician to give
you a hand and make sure that
you don't have one of the rare or
unusual metabolic causes for
bad breath and stay tuned.
There is, believe it or not,
quite a bit of research going on
with new methods to resolve
bad breath because it carries
such a social stigma.

Denis Grillo, D.O., is an ear,
nose and throat specialist in
Crystal River. Contact him at
795-0011.


580-0320 TUCRN

NOTICE OF ESTABLISHMENT OR

CHANGE OF A REGULATION

AFFECTING THE USE OF LAND,

COMPREHENSIVE PLAN CHANGE

AND/OR CHANGE OF LAND USE


The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners (BCC) proposes to
adopt or change: A regulation affecting the use of land; the comprehen-
sive plan; and/or the use of land within and for the area shown on the
map in this advertisement. The overall impact of these proposals may be
significant.

The Planning and Development Review Board (PDRB) will review and
discuss the proposed 2006 DRI Amendment to the Citrus County
Comprehensive Plan (Ord. No. 89-04) and Land Development Code
Atlas (Ord. No. 90-14).


CPA/AA-06-21 (Craig for'the Villages of Citrus Hills)

This request is to amend 127 acres from various land use districts (GNC,
MDR, and LDR) to RMU, Residential Mixed Use on both the GFLUM
and PDR, Planned Development Residential on the LDCA. The request
is affiliated with an amendment to The Villages of Citrus Hills
Development of Regional Impact (DRI) as a Notice of Proposed Change
(Application No. D-06-01) to add the 127 acres to the master plan of
development. The subject property is located in the Lecanto Area adja-
cent to CR-491. The applicant is Avis Craig on behalf of The Villages of
Citrus Hills.



Interested parties may appear at the hearing and be heard regarding the
proposed amendment. The PDRB will hold public meetings on the fol-
lowing dates:


Public Workshop:
Public Hearing:


Thursday, April 5, 2007, 9:00 AM
Thursday, April 19, 2007 9:00 AM


The meetings will be held in the in the Lecanto Government
Building, 3600 W. Sovereign Path, Room 166, Lecanto, Florida,
34461. Please note that the PDRB meeting begins at 9:00AM. The
actual time that a particular item is discussed will vary depending on
how fast the Board moves through the agenda.


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All persons desiring to make a "request to intervene" pursuant to pro-
ceedings established in the Citrus County Quasi-judicial Ordinance
#2002-A18, shall provide written notice to the Department of
Development Services at least five (5) business days prior to the hearing
on the matter. Forms for "request to intervene" may be obtained by call-
ing (352) 527-5239 or on-line at www.bocc.citrus.fl.us/commdev/com-
munity_development.htm., and click on "Quasi-Judicial-FAQ".

Persons are advised that any individual who might wish to appeal any
decision made at this meeting/hearing regarding any matter is hereby
advised that they will need a record of the proceedings for such purpose
and that they may need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceed-
ings is made which record shall include the testimony and evidence upon
which such appeal is to be based.

Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at this meeting because
of a disability or physical impairment should contact the County
Administrator's Office, Citrus County Courthouse, 110 North Apopka
Avenue, Room 102, Inverness, Florida, 34450 (352) 341-6560. If you
are hearing or speech impaired, use the TDD telephone (352) 341-6580.

Copies of the proposed amendments will be available for inspection and/
or purchase between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday in the Department of Development Services, Citrus
County Division Community Development, Lecanto Government Center
3600 West Sovereign Path, Suite 140, Lecanto, FL 34461.

For more information regarding the proposals discussed herein, contact
the Department of Development Services at (352) 527-5239.

Chairman
Citrus County Planning and Development Review Board
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Alcoholic's family enables her behavior


D earAnnie: After 40 years of mar- and your family is enabling her to con-
riage, my sister's husband tinue. Please contact Al-Anon (al-anon-
kicked her out with nothing but alateen.org) at (888) 4-AL-ANON (425-
the clothes on her back "Peggy" is an 2666) and find out when and where the
alcoholic and a heavy smoker who does- next meeting will take place. All the
n't care what she looks or family members should
smells like. She lost her driv- attend.
ing privileges years ago for . - Dear Annie: Recently, I
multiple DWI convictions. . . was discussing baby names
She doesn't have a job. 4 ' with my new sister-in- law,
When Peggy became "'Amber." I told her I've
homeless, she came home to always dreamed of naming a
her family - two sisters and little boy "Alex." It's the
a few nieces and nephews. name of my late paternal
She said she needed a place . grandfather, and I also love
for a couple of weeks, but it's the way it sounds.
turned into 11 months. She A week later, Amber
goes from one of our homes announced she was preg-
to another, sleeping on sofas. ANNIE'S nant and said if it's a boy, she
All those years when Peggy MAILBOX wants to name him Alex. I
was ruining her life with -MAILBOX reluctantly agreed that,
alcohol abuse, my other sister and I since my brother was the only one car-
were working and making our lives bet- trying on the family name, they could
ter We have finally retired and want to use Alex. After all, I'm not even married
relax and do things we couldn't get and have no rights to the name.
around to before. Now here comes Unfortunately, the more I think about
Peggy who refuses to get a job, so we it, the more upset I get. My boyfriend
have to support her while she sits and I do plan on getting married, and
around all day watching TV and opens he, too, likes the name '"Alex." I talked
up a smart mouth if you say anything to my brother and told him that despite
about it. We need our lives back Please what I originally said, I am still having a
* help. - Fed Up hard time with it. It has been suggested
Dear Fed Up: There's no incentive that we both use the name, but I really
for Peggy to get a job or contribute to the like the idea of having a name that isn't
household if she can live with you, free shared by other family members.
of rent and responsibility. We know you I am thrilled that my brother and
care about her, but she is an alcoholic, Amber are having a baby, but I can't get


past the name issue. I've dreamed
about having a child with this name.
Should I tell them again how upset I
am? Am I being irrational? - What's in
a Name?
Dear What's: While it would have
been nice for Amber to choose another
name, the fact remains that you don't
have a monopoly on this one. You were
gracious to tell your brother it was OK
with you. Please don't create hard feel-
ings now. If you still want to call your
child "Alex," by all means, do so. Many
cousins share a name. But we hope you
will be open to other possibilities.
Dear Annie: I'm 22 years old and a
very attractive young lady I find that
when most guys take me out, they pay
the bill for the evening. On occasions
where I pay for myself, it is awkward.
I always thought the person who asks
for the date should be the one to fork
over for the bill. Am I correct? - Need
the Answer in Pennsylvania
Dear Pennsylvania: On a first date,
the person who asks should also pay
For future dates, however, it's not
unusual to split the costs. As the
woman, you should offer to do so (and
be sure you have enough money with
you), but don't create a fuss by fighting
over the check. It's also OK to treat your
date once in a while.
Annie's Mailbox is written by Kathy
Mitchell and Marcy Sugar, longtime edi-
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PHILLIP ALDER
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This week, we are looking at
raising partner with only three-
card support
The opener bids one heart or
one spade. When you, the respon-
der, have a game-invitational hand
with three cards in partner's
major, you adopt a two-step
process. You bid a suit, then sup-
port partner's major, perhaps with
a jump. If your first response is at
the one-level, you must rebid three
of partner's suit But if your initial
response is at the two-level, which
immediately promises game-invi-
tational values, you support part-
ner at the minimum level. (If you
use two-over-one and a forcing
one-no-trump response, begin
with one no-trump, then rebid
three of partner's major.)
By the by, if you read in a book
that you may jump-raise a one-
heart or one-spade opening
straight to three with only three-
card support, give it to your oppo-
nents and tell them how wonder-
ful it is!
Here, after North shows 10-12
points with three hearts, South
knows they have game values.
West guesses well to lead the
diamond two. East wins with his
king, cashes the diamond ace, and
continues with a third round, West


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Ride the waves -
Big bankroll 44 Physics
Put on workplace
Ovid's route 47 Hirt and Gore
Tint 48 Game of
Car rental name strategy
Reach a plateau 50 Rich pastry
(2 wds.) 52 A Stooge
City transport 53 Bloke's
Fish domain streetcar
"- and Rockin'" 54 Restaurant
Japanese freebie (2 wds.)
appetizer 59 Fries or slaw
UPS truck 60 Untold
Get the drift centuries
Ode inspire 61 Valley
Disturb 62 Hibernate
Archeologist's 63 Install a lawn
find 64 Scissors sound


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forever!
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Dealer: South
Vulnerable: East-West


South
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4 V


Opening lead: * 2


ruffing away South's queen. Now
suppose West shifts to a club.
Declarer wins with dummy's ace,
cashes two rounds of trumps using
honors from his hand, plays a
spade to dummy's ace (the honor
from the shorter side first), returns
a spade to his king, and ruffs his
last spade with dummy's heart
jack (so there's no risk of an over-
ruffby East). Finally, South trumps
a club back to his hand, draws
East's third trump, and claims.


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22 Pakistan's
language
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29 Chick-to-be
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42 Barge
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49 Body parts
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word
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56 Light brown
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THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
by Henri Arnold and Mike Argirion


Unscramble these four Jumbles,
one letter to each square,
to form four ordinary words.

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to form the surprise answer, as
suggested by the above cartoon.

A: IT
(Answers tomorrow)
Yesterday's Jumbles: JUICE ADAGE UPKEEP PACKET
Answer: What Dad looked forward to when Junior
finished piano practice - PIECE PEACE


CELEBRITY CIPHER
by Luis Campos
Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present.
Each letter in the cipher stands for another.
Today's clue: B equals P


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Your Birthday: Others will be doing many more
favors for you without any strings attached than they
have ever done in the past. It is now your turn to be
repaid for all the kindness you've extended.
Pisces (Feb. 20-March 20) - Today will bring com-
fort to you when conditions that affect your finances
turn out to be far better than they have appeared to be
on the surface. It'll be much more than you expected.
Aries (March 21-April 19) - Your friends and asso-
ciates will be turning to you for an explanation of what
is confusing to them. You'll be up to it.
Taurus (April 20-May 20) - Don't be stiff-necked
about letting another do something for you that you
usually do on your own. Permitting one to do something
for you won't weaken your image.
Gemini (May 21-June 20) - Your gregarious, win-
ning ways are enviable assets that many of your friends
would love to have, especially when they see just how
advantageously you use them to get support you need.
Cancer (June 21-July 22) - Large objectives that
are important to your success will come more effort-
lessly than usual. This will be particularly true if they
pertain to career matters or your status.
Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) - Give free reign to your


imagination and you will be able to find a number of cre-
ative and resourceful solutions to some problems that
have baffled you and your associates of late.
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -The powers that be that
operate your worldly affairs will look favorably upon re-
quests you make of them, because your approach is
well timed and your case is logically presented.
Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) - It shouldn't be any prob-
lem for you to ally yourself with someone whose aims
and interests are in harmony with yours.
Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) - There's a strong pos-
sibility that some favorable changes, which will ease
many of the work-related strains you might have been
experiencing lately, will be taking place,
Sagittarius (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) - It behooves you to
take some time out to stop to smell the roses. Engaging
in pleasant involvements will ease or even totally erase
a number of frustrations you've been experiencing.
Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) - This is an excellent
day to work on your budget, because you will be more
adept than usual at getting extra mileage out of funds.
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) - Let your friends and
associates know how much you think of them. Don't let
any opportunity to praise the deserving slip past you.


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required
Also hiring PRN's due
to facility expansion
To apply for a new
challenging career
visit our facility
M-F 8:30am - 4:30pm
2604 W. Woodland
Ridge Drive
Lecanto, FI 34461
To apply via Internet
www.corrections
corp.com
M/F/VET/HP
E.O.E.. Drug Free
Workplace

BRENTWOOD
Retirement/
Assisted Living
Has the following
positions
available

* FT CNA'S
All Shifts
* FT TRANS
DRIVER
Must have valid
CDL.
* PT WAITSTAFF
* PT DIETARY
AIDE
* FT MAINT.
WORKER
* TEMP PT MAINT
WORKER
Benefits after 60 days
Vacation After 90
days.
CNA's Sign-on Bonus,
paid by experience.
Apply In Person:
Brentwood Retirement
Community
Commons Build.
1900 W. Alpha Ct.
Lecanto 352-746-6611
DFWP/EOE

CNA'S

The Lodge
at Diamond
Ridge Assisted
Living Residence
is Seeking Qualified
Caring individuals to
join our team
PT & PRN all Shifts.
Apply in person
Diamond Ridge
Health & Rehab
Center
2730 W Marc
Knighton Ct
Lecanto, FL


398246571
7349-21685
169358724
825674913


Hourly & Live-In,
Flexible schedules
offered. $10.00/hr.
CALL LOVING CARE
352)860-08885

PA or Nurse
Practitioner
F/T or P/T, For Busy
Medical Office.
Fax Resume to:
352-563-2512
PT/PTA WANTED

For Outpatient Clinic
Please Fax Resume To
(352) 527-2087 or call
(352) 527-8489
RN/LPN
CNA/HHA'S


New competitive pay
rates. Call Interim
Health Care
(352) 637-3111

Serious about
Work?
LPN * CNA's
Needed.
Apply
Mon. - Fri. 8a-4p
Nursetemps
(352) 344-9828
nurse-temps.com

URGENT CARE/
FAMILY PRACTICE
Seeking

Exp. Front Office
Personnel FT or PT
Must be cheerful,
good with patients.
Hours. 8am - 5 pm
Fax Resume To:
(352) 522-0098
VET ASSISTANT

2-3 days a week. Needs
to be able to assist vet
with spay/neuter
operation in our mobile
unit. Call Humane
Society in Inverness.
(352) 344-5207


F/T or P/T For
Doctors office and
Nursing Home.
Send Resume To:
(352)795-7898

CNA's
3-11 & 11-7

If you are ready to
brighten up your
career, join our
caring, dedicated
team.
*Full-time
*Competitive wages
*Pay for experience
*Shift differential
*Bonuses
*Tuition
Reimbursement
*401K/Health/
Dental/Vision
*FREE CEU's
Ask about our
4 hour shift
Apply in person
Arbor Trail Rehab
611 Turner Camp Rd
Inverness, FL
EOE
DENTAL
ASSISTANT
Experience Preferred
Fax Resume to
352-344-1942
DENTAL ASSISTANT
Fast paced general
dental practice
seeking F/T Assistant.
Experience pref'd.
Fax resume to:
(352) 795-3310
or Call (352) 795-1074

Diamond Ridge
Health & Rehab
is Currently
Accepting
Applications
for
CNA'S
FT All Shifts
Also PRN

Stop by for an
interview and tour.
See what we have
to offer

2730 W Marc
Knighton Ct
Lecanto, FL
EARN AS YOU LEARN
CNA Test Prep/CPR
Continuing Education
341-2311/ Cell 422-3656
F/T MEDICAL
ASSISTANT &
P/T RECEPTIONIST
Exo. rea'd for MA:
Vitals, blood draws,
EKGs, & injections.
Receptionist: Medical
terminology pref'd.
Fax resume to:
(352) 795-2296










FILE CLERK P/T
Needed dally, mornings
only, May work Into F/T.
Previous medical
experience preferred,
clerical exp. required.
Fax resume to:
352-746-0720

LPN/
Medical Assistant

Wanted for busy
family practice. F/T.
Exp. needed, Must be
a self starter. Excel.
salary & benefits,.
Fax resume
to (352) 522-0098
Aft: Mark Barnhurst

MEDICAL
SECRETARY
P/T or F/T needed for
busy medical office.
Fax (352) 746-7767
MEDICAL
ASSISTANT
Busy Internal Medicine
office. Front & back
office exp.req'd.
Phlebotomy exp.
a must.
Contact Barbara
(352)465-1199

MEDICAL BILLER/
TRANSCRIPTIONIST

Fax to 352-563-2438
or email
cfcr@atlantic.net
Or call for an appt.
(352) 795-4114

Office Needs
Adult Person
That has Experience
Assisting Doctor,.
and also Front Office,
PT or F/T, excellent
salary if qualify.
Send Resume to:
PO Box 1120
Crystal River Fl. 34423


Individual must be
able to work
independently.
AA or higher degree
preferred. Please
send applications to:
6122 W Corporate
Oaks Drive,
Crystal River,
Florida 34429
or call (352)563-1865





1 DELI CLERK
& I PIZZA PERSON
F/T & P/T Exp'd Only
Busy Workplace
Apply in Person 2-4
Monday - Saturday:
FERRARA'S DELI
3927 N. Lecanto Hwy.
Bev. Hills 746-3354

BACK WATER
JACKS BAR & GRILL
SERVERS up to$4.50
Kitchen Staff

NEW OWNER
NEW MANAGEMENT
Drug Screening
(352) 564-1555
BARTENDER/SERVER
Experienced only
apply in person
10386 W Halls River Rd.
COOK/MANAGER
Crystal River Moose
Lodge is accepting
resumes. PT position
w/potenfial to become
FT. Contact us at
1855 S Suncoast Blvd.
Homosassa, FL
352-795-7030
*COOKS
*SERVERS
Exp. preferred, High
volume environment.
COACH'S Pub&Eaterv
114 W. Main St., Inv.
11582 N. Williams St.,
Dunnellon EOE

DOMINO'S PIZZA
Is now hiring @ all
Citrus Co, locations
Including our newest
store in Beverly Hills.
MANAGEMENT
PIZZA MAKERS
CSRS
DRIVERS

Please apply @ our
Inverness or Crystal
River locations.

EXP. WAIT STAFF
Apply at: CRACKERS
BAR & GRILL
Crystal River
NOW HIRING!
PREP COOKS &
LINE COOKS,
Experienced Only
Apply within.
Peck's Old Port Cove
139 N. Ozello Trail
Crystal River.

Position Available
MANAGEMENT
COMPETITIVE PAY
401K, Health
Insurance & other
benefits! Call for
Directions & Details
(352) 489-4620
SR200
(352) 854-4005
or Send Resume to:
humanresources@asc
enterprises, com






SERVERS,
BUSSERS &
FOODRUNNERS
FT & PT Positions avail,
Excellent Benefltsl
Apply in person at:
Tuesday - Friday
Sugarmill Woods
Country Club
I Douglas Street
Homosassa

WAITSTAFF P/T

Exp, preferred.
1855 S Suncoast Blvd.
Homosassa
352-795-7030





$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
WRITE YOUR OWN
PAYCHECK
Exp. phone Sales
Reps Needed.
Call 352-628-0187

FRIENDLY
ENERGETIC
SELF-MOTIVATOR
With a willingness to
learn all facets of
operation.
Apply In person:
BADCOCK HOME
FURN., CRYSTAL RIVER


self-starter. Comrm.
& paid training.
Ph btwn 10-12 or 1-4.
Toll free
1-866-777-1166 or
Local 352-560-0056
SALES/CASHIER
ET PLI
Seasonal Positions
Fast paced upscale
Citrus Shop. Couples &
Retirees welcome. Will
train. Travel expenses
paid. Call for interview.
352-572-2452




A/C INSTALLER/
SERVICE TECH
Expereinced.
TopPay & Benefits
Call 352-628-5700
Cabinet Co. in
Sumterville Needs:
*Kitchen Cabinet
Delivery Person
Must have clean
driver's license
*Kitchen Cabinet
Designer/Estimator
20/20 knowledge
(352) 793-2396
CAPTAIN
Wanted
For Crystal River
Manatee Tours
(352) 628-3450

CHET'S SEPTIC

Looking for able
bodied person for
PUMP TRUCK

CDL Class B licensed
needed but not
required @ first. F/T
Position Apply at:
1101 Middle School
Rd., Inverness
Btwn 7:30 am-4:00 pm
(352) 637-1411
CONSTRUCTION
LABORER

Must have clean DL,
(352) 564-9213

DRIVER NEEDED

Class A CDL Required
Must have moving
experience. Contact
Dicks Moving Inc.
(352) 621-1220
DUALLY DRIVER
WANTED OWNER
OPERATOR

F-450 or bigger. No
4 X 4s. Class A CDL
required. Medical card.
No points. To pay!!
(352) 212-7712
Exp. Rock Hauler
With clean Class A CDL
license. (352) 341-0747







EXPERIENCED
MICA/VENEER
LAMINATOR
For High End
Furniture Co.
Strong interest in fine
woodworking.
Experienced with
references a must.
By Appointment
352-795-1100

Lecanto Based
Company
is seeking An
Apprentice

To work with business
owners and
executives of large
national and
international
corporations. This is
an excellent career
opportunity with a
minimum starting
salary of $25,000.00 a
year with salary
increase review after
first 120 days. Other
benefits are offered.
If you are a
personable, reliable
individual, this could
be the career
opportunity you have
been looking for,
Must have at least
ten years business
and or sales related
work and computer
experience, a great
personality with good
communication skills.
Must be stable In this
area and have
reliable transporta-
tion. You would be
working with a well
respected industry
leader and family
owned and operated
business. Fax your
resume and
references to
PRH Products Co.
746-6765.


HEAVY HAUL
TRANSPORT
DRIVER
2 yrs. min. exp.
Away up to 2 weeks.
(352) 799-5724

MASON TENDERS
Must have own
trans. 352-795-6481
or 352-302-3771
MASONS
MASON TENDERS
& LIFT OPERATOR
Steady Local
Commercial Work.
(352) 302-6641
MECHANIC

For Truck Trailer Shop
in Wildwood. Must
have own tools.
Evening shift M-F.
Benefits.
(352) 748-5500
ext. 224 or 232

Rainey Construction
is seeing a Class A/B
Hazmat Fuel
Truck Driver
Clean MVR

Driver is to fuel and
do some small
maintenance on
vehicles/Equipment
on and off site.
Good Pay and
Benefits DFWP.
Call 352-748-0955
TOWER HAND
Starting at $9.00/hr
Bldg Communication
Towers. Travel, Good
Pay & Benefits. OT,
352-694-8017 Mon-Fri
VEHICLE
ALIGNMENT
TECHNICIAN

Able to do tires &
general maintenance.
Beasley Tire
(352) 563-5256





WRITE YOUR OWN
PAYCHECK!
Exp. phone Sales
Reps Needed.
Call 352-628-0187

BELLA OASIS
NOW HIRING
Apply in person
4076 S. Suncoast Blvd.
No phone calls.

CABLE TV
SERVICE TECH
Candidtate should
possess strong
technical ability In
CATV. Must have High
Speed Internet and
Digital Cable
Installation exp.
Familiar with hard line
splicing, CLI testing &
repair. On-call status
req. & valid drivers
license with good
driving record.

Apply At:
DECCA at Oak Run
7mi off 1-75 on SR 200
8am-12noon
Mon-Thurs
or Fax rsume
352-861-7252
DFWP/EOE

CAREGIVERS R US
Hiring Exp.
Companions & Care
givers (352) 637-2020

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DOCK HELP
11PM-7AM

F/T, weekends, Duties
to include loading
bundles from inserter
machine into cages
for carriers to pick up.
Assist District Manag-
ers with
various duties.
Distribution of
newspapers,
magazines. $9/hr.
Valid FL DL. Apply @
1180 Paige Place
(352) 750-5152
Fax: (352) 753-5664
careersinthe
villages.com

Fine Jewelry Sales
& Customer Service
Victoria's Estate Jewelry
The Villages, will train
the right person. Eve.,
wknds. avail, 25-30 his.
(352) 875-6094

FRONT DESK
Hotel experience
required, Great
benefits. Fulltime.
Apply in person:
BEST WESTERN
614 NW Hwy 19,
Crystal River.


Must have a valid ,
driver's license.
Call Thurs.- Sun.
DFWP, 352-628-4656
HELP WANTED
No Exp Necessary,
Travel The Country,
Drivers License a plus
Gd. Pay. (352)603-1053
HORSE FARM HELP
Exp, stalls, turn out,
groom. Inglis area.
F/T/ EOE
352-447-1008

HOUSEKEEPERS

Good Benefits
Apply in person at:
Best Western
Crystal River
JOBS GALORE!!!
www.AAA
EMPLOYMENT.NET
K & K GLASS
Now Hiring!
GLAZIERS
Commercial, storefront,
Exp, required Call
(352) 795-6446, ex 2206
LAUNDRY RUNNER/
HOUSEMAN

Good Benefits
Apply in person at:
Best Western
Crystal River
LAWN SERVICE HELP
Experienced. F/T posi-
tion. Must have clean
Dr. Lic. Cell: 302-6034


NEEDED:
SCRABBLE SETS


Full sets of Scrabble
games are needed
for a tournament
to benefit the
Newspaper in
Education Program:
If you have a set you
would be willing to
donate, please bring
it to any of the
Chronicle offices:
1624 N. Meadowcrest
Blvd. Crystal River
106 W. Main Street
Inverness
Or Call Annie at
563-6363 x1319.




P/T DRIVERS
Pizza Delivery, evenings,
& benefits. Must be
over 18. FREE GOLF).
Apply in person @
Sugarmill Woods C.C.
I Douglas St., '
Homosassa (Mon.-Fri.)
P/T SECURITY
OFFICERS
Class D Security License
required. Local.
Starting Rate $7,25/hr,
352-726-1551 Ext. 1313,
call between 7a-2:30p
Mon-Fri.
PEST CONTROL
/LAWN TECH
Full Time $7.50 -
$10/hour. 18+ yrs old,
clean driving record.
Clear background
check. 564-1800
PT Staff Associate
Professional, reliable,
ability to work w/ pub-
lic, phone answering
skills, & computer skills a
must. Heavy lifting req.
EOE-M/F/D/V-DFWP,
Fero Funeral Home
352-746-4551
Small Boat
Manufacturing Co
Now hiring for general
fiberglass grinding,
sanding, lamination.
Call 352-447-1330


ATTORNEY WANTED
To Resolved Easement
Issues, for private prop-
erty owners, Crystal
River (813) 468-0049

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COPY MANAGER

Looking for motivated
individual.
Responsible for:
Meeting plan sales
goal for dealer, rack
sales goal, providing
accurate timely sales
reports and
works with design &
distributing point of
purchase material.
Newspaper
exp. preferred. Full
benefit package.
Apply @
1180 Paige Place
For info:
(352) 750-5152
Fax to: 352-753-5664
careerslnthe
vlllaaescom

CYPRESS COVE
CARE CENTER
ACTIVITIES
DIRECTOR

We are looking for
an energetic,
creative &
independent
individual to join our
team. Full Time
position for our
120 bed facility.
Certification/
experience in Long
Term Care or
Degree preferred.
Competitive salary
and excellent
benefits.
Fax Resume to:
(352) 795-0490
EOE/DFWP

3lneG\'llage,


HOME DELIVERY
MANAGER

Needed for fastest
growing newspaper
Full time position to
oversee our home de-
livery operations. Mini-
mum
requirements: 2 years
management
exp. , demonstrated
written, verbal, and
communication skills.
Proficient with
Microsoft Word, Excel,
and Outlook. Valid FL
Drivers License, and
auto Insurance,
Flexible schedule
Great benefit
package Apply @
1180 Paige Place
For more Information:
Call (352)750-5152
Fax to:
(352) 753-5664
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Black Diamond

Accepting apps. for
cart attendants/
starters. Apply at
Black Diamond HR,
3073 W Shadow
Creek Loop.
Lecanto, FL
EOE DFWP










CASHIER PT
Experienced/ Lotterv/
Niahts/wknds a must
352-527-9013












NO* OMN


A/C Tune up w/ Free
permanent filter +
Termite/Pest Control
Insp. Lic & Boned Only
. $44.95 for both.
(352) 628-5700
caco36870




A TREE SURGEON
Lic.&ins. Exp'd friendly
serv. Lowest rates Free
lestimates.352-860-1452
All Tractor & Dirt Service
'Firewood, Land Clear,
Tree Serv., Bushhogg,
Driveways 302-6955
DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Hauling,Cleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852
D's Landscape & Expert
Tree Svce Personalized
design. Stump Grinding
& Bobcat work. Fill/rock
& Sod: 352-563-0272
JOHN MILL'S Tree Serv
Trim, top, remove Bob-
cat work, clearing. Ins.
Lic.13732 352-341-5936
R WRIGHT TREE SERVICE,
tree removal, stump
grind, trim, ins.& Lic
#0256879 352-341-6827
TREES TREES TREES
All types of debris
removal. Bob Cat
service (352) 400-5340


COMPUTER
TECH MEDICS
Hardware & Software
Internet Specialists
(352) 628-6688




CARPET FACTORY Direct
Restretch,clean, repair
'Vinyl, Tile, Wood, (352)
341 -0909 Shop at home
REPAIR SPECIALIST
Restretch * Installation
Call for Fast Service
S C & R SERVICES
SSr Discount 586-1728




r 1 A+Mr.Fix -,I,
I Prof. painting, Pres- I
sure washing, Home
repairs, Gutter cing
I & Screen repair. I
R 220-9326/382-3647
Lic#99990255609

VChris Satchell Painting
& Wallcovering.AlI work
.2 full coats.25 yrs. Exp.
Exc. Ref. Lic#001721/
SIns. (352) 795-6533
CALL STELLAR BLUE
-for all Int/ Ext. painting
,needs. Lic. & Ins. FREE
EST (352) 586-2996
A# I L&L HOUSEHOLD
REPAIRS & PAINTING
No job too small! 24/7.
,Lic. 3008 352-341-1440
George Swedlige
Painting- Int./Ext.
Pressure Cleaning- Free
est. 794-0400 /628-2245


ALL STEEL BUILDINGS



25x25x7 (2:12 Pitch)
1- 9x7 garage door,
2 vents,
4" concrete slab
INSTALLED-10.595
30x30x9 (2:12 Pitch)
2-9x7 garage doors.
2 vents, entry door,
4" concrete slab.
INSTALLED-015,995
25x30x9 (3:12 Pitch)
Roof Overhang
2-9x7 garage doors,
2 vents, entry door,
4" concrete slab
Many Sizes Avail,
We Custom Build
We Are The Factory
FI. Engineered Plans
Meets or Exceeds
Florida Wind Code
METAL STRUCTURES
LLC.COM
1-866-624-9100
metalstructuresllc.com


HANDY DAN, Home
maint, painting, pres-
sure washing. Lic./Ins.
#17235 (352) 228-2814
Henry's Painting Press.
wash, roof clean. Ins.


BOB LANE'S COMPLETE
ACCOUNTING &
TAX SERVICE
37 years experience,
24 yrs in Citrus County.
Full retirement
planning available.
Professional service and
guidance. Reasonable
rates. FREE ESTIMATES.
400 Tompkins St.
Inverness.
A4 -.o2n. A34A5o90


Affordable Boat Maint.
& Repair, Mechanical,
Electrical, Custom Rig.
John (352) 746-4521
DOCKS, SEAWALLS,
Boat Lifts, Boat Houses,
New, Re decks, Repair
& Styrofoam Replace.
Lic.CBC060275. Ins.
(352) 302-1236
FIBERGLASS
BOAT REPAIR
30yrs exp. Pickup & Del
Free est. 352-422-7771.
QUALITY OUTBOARD
REPAIRS, Full & dock
side service. Morrill
Marine (352) 628-3331




AT YOUR HOME Res.
mower & small engine
repair. Lic#99990001273
Bob, 352-220-4244




BATHTUB REGLAZING
Old tubs & ugly
ceramic tile is restored
to new cond. All colors
avail. 697-TUBS (8827)




CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY
Modern & antique.
Denny, 628-5595
or 464-2738




AFFORDABLE, complete
professional caregiver
for services in your
home Refs. 476-3763


INFORATIO


APTS. FOR SALE 9 UNITS
ALL 2/1, Crystal River,
$500,000.
By Owner 352-634-4076
FLOWER SHOP FOR SALE
Located in busy plaza.
Great clientelle &
business. Van inc. $75K
(352) 697-0843




Thriving Pizza & Sub
Take-out business Lg.
cust. base. growth app.
for hands on owner.
PROFITABLE. Owner will
trainS154,900. Call Doris
Miner at C-21 JW
Morton RE for more info.
344-1515/726-6668


W LOVING CARE W
That makes a
difference. Will care
for elderly person in
my home or yours 24 hr.
care. Louisa, 201-1663
Caring, Dependable
Experienced Lic. CNA
Excellent Ref. 24/7
Brandy (352) 257-3426
Do You Need Help?
W/ household cleaning,
running errands, and
cooking. (352) 556-6236
Donna's Errand Service
Groceries, banking,
P.O., misc. References
352-563-6680/220-9161
ELDER CARE
I do house keep., run
errands & sched. Dr.
appts.,etc352-447-5952
MED/PRVT. Duty Care
Appts., respite, day or
night. Lie. w/ref.
(352)400-1448
PRIVATE ROOM AVAIL.
@ Private ADULT FAMILY
CARE HOME, Floral City
Licensed for 7 yrs.
Come check us outl
(352) 637-3253
SENIOR CARE
24/7 in my home must
be able to bathe and
dress themselves.
(352)634-3733




A
Home Daycare in Bev.
Hills. Call Tara @
270-3047
P/T DAYCARE in my
HOME. Taking all ages.
Days/Nights. CPR Cert,
(352) 422-5734 Iv. mess.


vrinns satcnell Painting
& Wallcovering.All work
2 full coats.25 yrs. Exp.
Exc. Ref. Lic#001721/
Ins. (352) 795-6533




Artistic Housecleaning
Excellent Resultsl
Years exp. & ref.
Ellie (Cell) 586-5968
HOMES & WINDOWS
Serving Citrus County
over 18 years. Kathy
(352) 465-7334
Need Help with Spring
Cleaning, if so, then call
The Golden Girlsl
352-220-9278
* SUGARMILL *
CLEANING SERVICES
Res. & Comm cleaning
serving Citrus Co.
Lie & Ins (352) 382-2013
PARTNERS IN GRIME
Senior disc. 20 yrs exp.
Lic. & Ins. Free Estimates
Call (352) 628-4898
Sisters - Will Do House
Cleaning. Free Est. Lic.
(352)628-1574/220-1246
Ask for Deb
West Coast Cleaning
Co. Home Cleaning,
Low rates, Free est., Lic/
Ins. (352) 628-0993


Storage Space Avail.
10 acre outdoor yard &
indoor building, gated,
Cars, Boats, RV's. Fleets,
Equipment, etc.
Crystal River
(813) 468-0049
WE MOVE SHEDS
352-637-6607




"LIVE AUCTIONS"
www.charliefudge.com
For Upcoming Auctions
1-800-542-3877
MIRRORED
SIDEBOARD
BUFFET
good cond. $500:
(352) 795-1085




WANTED OLD
LIONEL TRAINS
Collector wants to buy
top prices paid.
(352) 795-3970


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5 PERSON HOTrUB
Wood sides, exc. cond,
$1000. Call after 5pm
(352) 341-6955
*FREE REMOVAL OF.
ATV's, bikes, cars,
mowers,jacuzzi's, jet skis
We sell parts 628-2084

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The Window Man Free
Est., Com./residential,
new construction Lic. &
Ins. (352) 228-7295
Spiffy Window Cleaners
Also Blinds, Free esti-
mates, Springs Special
fin A Iq 3521 .^03-355A


AFFORDABLE
CABINETS &
COUNTERTOPS
(352) 586-8415




Additions/REMODELING
New construction
Bathrooms/Kitchens
Lie. & Ins. CBC 058484
(352) 344-1620
Additions/REMODELING
New construction
Bathrooms/Kitchens
Lie. & Ins. CBC 058484
(352)344-1620
DOTSON Construction
25 yrs. in Central FL. Our
own crews! Specializing
in additions, framing,
trim, & decks.
Lic. #CRC1326910
(352) 726-1708
FRAMING CARPENTRY
Additions, Remodels
& Repairs, etc., Ins./Lic
#CC2358, 352-634-0432
ROGERS Construction
New HomesAdditions
Florida Rooms.
637-4373 CRC1326872




FL RESCREEN
352-563-0104/257-1011
1 panel or camp. Pool
cage rescreen, Family
operated for 30 yrs.
MARCH SPEC. WILL MEET
OR BEAT ANY LEGIT EST.
Screen rms,Carports,
vinyl & acrylic windows,
roof overs & storm
panels, garage screen
doors, siding,
soffit fascia, Lic#2708
(352) 628-0562




S#1 A+ Mr. Fix- i t
I Prof. painting, Pres- I
sure washing, Home
Repairs, Gutter cing
I & Screen repair. I
I 220-9326/382-3647
Lic#99990255609 I
CALL STELLAR BLUE
for all Int/ Ext. painting
needs. Lie. & Ins. FREE
EST (352) 586-2996
A# 1 L&L HOUSEHOLD
REPAIRS & PAINTING
No job too small! 24/7,
Lic. 3008 352-341-1440


New & Re-Roofs * Flat & Low Pitch
* Ro repairs Commercial * Residential.
Shingle - Metal - Built Up Roof
Torchdown - Shakes







I n s'stail at i on a s

(352) 628-2557
Lucksroof.com
Lifetime Workmanship Warranty Drug Free Workplace
SState Certified Lic. #CCC1327843


C 4LASSIFIEDS

U - - S 0


Great Lakes 4 seater
Hot tub w/ cover, blue
tub, wood like skirt.
includes electrical
hookup parts, like new
$1,200. (352) 637-1143




25 cu.ft. GE chest
freezer, 2004 model
works perfectly $200
(352) 344-1715
AJC & HEAT PUMP
S'TSTEMS. 13th SEER
& UP. New Units at
Wholesale Prices
-* 2 Ton $780.00
-* 2-V2 ton $814.00
-* 3 Ton $882.00
*Installation kits;
*Prof. Installation;
*Pool Heat Pumps
Also Available
Free Delivery!
Call 746-4394
ABC Briscoe Appliance
Refrigerators, washers,
stoves. Service & Parts
(352) 344-2928
GE Washer
multi cycle, like
new cond., must see
to appreciate, $150
(352) 344-8328
leave message
KENMORE
Sears best, stacked
washer/dryer, 110v
good cond., Barely
used $250 352-726-4217
MAYTAG DRYER
I yr. old
$125
(352) 621-0271
REFRIGERATOR
Amanna, 20 cubic ft,
freezer on bottom, $300
OBO. (352) 697-1604
WHIRLPOOL
Refridge., stove, micro.,
dishwasher. White, very
good cond. $500 for all.
(352) 270-9030


Henry's Painting Press.
wash, roof clean. Ins.
Accept Cr. cards. Lic#
30555 (352) 302-4928
PICARD'S PRESSURE
CLEANING & PAINTING
Roofs w/no pressure,
houses,driveways. 25 yrs
exp. Lic./Ins. 341-3300
ROLAND'S
PRESSURE CLEANING
Roofs, houses, drive-
ways., mobiles 24 yrs
exp., Lic. 352-726-3878




#1 A+ All Professional
Painting & Home
Repairs. Lie. &
Reasonable. 560.3265

#1 A+ Mr. Fix - ItI
Prof. painting, Pres-
sure washing, Home
repairs, Gutter cing
& Screen repair.
1 220-9326/382-3647 1
Lic#99990255609

#1 A+TECHNOLOGIES
All home repairs. Also
Phone, Cable, Lan &
Plasma TV's installed.
Pressure wash & Gutters
Lic.5863 (352) 746-0141
#1 IN HOME REPAIRS,
paint, press.wash, clean
roof&gutters, Reliable,
#0169757 344-4409
V Call me for sm.home
repairs big contractors
won't do. I'll return your
call. Also press.wash
Lic.25995 352-613-5427

Andrew Joehl
Handyman. General
Maintenance/Repairs
fRessure & cleaning.
Lawns, gutters. No job
too small Reliable. Ins
0262Z1 352-465-9201

A Handyman Service
Lt. Hauling, Re-Style,
Painting, Repairs, Blinds
Sr. Disc. Lic#33959 Ins.
a (352) 476-7805 v
A# 1 L&L HOUSEHOLD
REPAIRS & PAINTING
No job too small 24/7.
LIe. 3008 352-341-1440
ARTISAN HOME
IMPROVEMENTS
General Maintenance
& Repairs. Lie # 34064
(352) 228-7823







Handy Dan, home
maint., painting, pres-
sure washing. Lic./lns.
#17235 (352) 228-2814
HOME REPAIR, You
need It done, we'll do
it. 30 yrs. exp. Liec., Ins.
#73490256935,489-9051

R. E. S.T. INC.
General Maint &
Repairs. We do the
work so you can rest.
Llc#33911352-489-5400


2 TABLE SAWS
Craftsman10" w/stand
& table ext. $125 firm;
JIG SAW 18" L. throat
$125 OBO
(352) 746-1360
18" BANDSAW
2HP, 110/220 V,
castiron legs. $400/
bo; LATHE 36" center
w/table, legs & motor,
$200/bo (352) 527-6425
48" STONE TROWELING
Machine, 18mos. old.
Used 10hrs, $1500.
(352) 628-3337
GRAYCO 3900 G Max
gas airless paint sprayer
with gun & 150ft of
hose, like new, $1,200
(352) 634-4237
HOMELITE CHAINSAW
16" blade, $75:
(352) 628-4585




HITACHI 52"
HD TV, Paid over $2,000,
Like new! Asking $600
352-422-5436/422-7765

REMOTE ZENITH
Color TV, $55
MICROWAVE $25
Both exc.
(352) 382-0010




16' Pine Fence Board,
$5,50@; Cherry lumber,
$2,00/ft. Rough sawn,
air dried, 352-212-4122

DEEP WELL JET PUMP
SYSTEM - New Meyers
pump, packer valve,
foot valve, used
pressure tank. $625.
(352) 637-6255


Residential Home
Repairs, Over 40yrs in
Construction trade.
All types of repairs.
W/ repair service a
FREE gutter cleanout.
Save this ad. Lic.1024.
(352) 637-6255




* + B-COOL +"
All A/C & heat work
Sales & Serv., Free Est.
Lic.& lns.CAC1815103
(352) 302-3963




Electrical Service Calls
Res/Comm Lic & Ins.
Camp. #EC0001303
352-726-7337/302-2366




All of Citrus Hauling/
Moving items delivered,
clean ups.Everything
from A to Z 628-6790
C.J.'S TRUCK/TRAILER
Low $$$/7 day serv
Furn., appl, trash, brush,
726-2264 201-1422
Furn. Moving / Hauling
Dependable & Exp.
CALL LARRY
352-270-3589, 726-7022
J&J Moving & Hauling-
Clean Outs, Relocations
Odd Jobs, Yard Work
(352) 628-9370
TREES TREES TREES
All types of debris
removal. Bob Cat
service (352) 400-5340

WE MOVE SHEDS
352-637-6607

#1 A+ Mr. Fix - ItI
Prof. painting, Pres- I
Ssure washing, Home
repairs, Gutter cing
& Screen repair, I
S220-9326/382-3647
SLlc#99990255609





CARPET FACTORY Direct
Restretch,clean, repair
Vinyl, Tile, Wood, (352)
341-0909 Shop at home




All kinds of fences
JAMES LYNCH FENCE
Free estimates.
(352) 527-3431
A 5 STAR COMPANY
Go Owens Fencinga.
All types.Free estimates
Comm/Res. 628-4002
A Guaranteed
Same Day Free Est.
ROCKY'S FENCING
25 yrs exp 352 563-6090
BARNYARD II FENCING
Serving Citrus Co, Since
1973. Free Estimates
(352) 726-9260


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COLLECTORS
VCR TAPES
Viewed very little
Over 150 tapes
Sell $1 ea.. min. 30 tape
purchase 352-344-3112
COMPAQ WIN XP
Internet ready $250,
scanner $20, printer
$20. more info call Joe
@ 352-527-6433
Computer Desk,
(352) 795-1085520:
L-Shaped Computer
Desk, $20;
(352) 795-1085
COMPUTER
Windows XP works
great all hardware and
printer included $300
obo call 352-476-6388
DELL PENTIUM 3
WINXP
Office 2000, monitor.
$100 352-245-4632
DIESTLER COMPUTERS
Internet service, New &
Used systems, parts &
upgrades. Visa/
MCard 637-5469
http://www.rdee.net
Game Bundle, 45 PS2
games, w/ memory
cards, 2 controllers
and PS2 system $325.
(352) 726-1593




1974 Ford 2000 Diesel
Tractor, Box Blade, bush
hog, good cond,
$6,500. neg. 726-8336
BRUSH HOG
6' International. Heavy
duty. Good Shape
$695. OMO
352-563-0205
Cub Lowboy 154
Tractor 5FT belly
mower 3 point hitch,
4-cyl., $2,600 obo
(231) 852-0061
Homosassa area


BEACH FENCE
Free est., Lic. #0258336
(352) 628-1190
813-763-3856 Cell




-IRRIGATION -
New Systems &
Repairs. Ins. Lic.3000
*Q.SOD- ALL VARIETIES
Cut outs & New
Homes. Installed &
Rolled. A.L. EVANS
(3521637-582


I lin service
Hise Roofing
New const. reroofs &
repairs. 25 yrs. exp. leak
spec. #CCC1327059
(352) 344-2442
J. Vaughn Roofing. Inc.
New Roofs, Re-Roofs &
Repairs; C.C. accepted
Ins/Lic CCC1327365
(352) 795-6659
John Gordon Roofing
Re Rates Free est. Proud to
Serve You.
ccc 1325492.
795-7003/800-233-5358




All Tractor & Dirt Service
Firewood, Land Clear,
Tree Serv,, Bushhogg,
Driveways 302-6955
BIANCHI CONCRETE
Driveways-Patios-
Sidewalks. FREE EST.
Lic#2579 /Ins. 746-1004
CONCRETE WORK.
SIDEWALKS, patios,
driveways, slabs. Free
estimates. Lic. #2000. Ins.
795-4798.
CONCRETE WORK.
SIDEWALKS, patios,
driveways, slabs. Free
estimates. LUc. #2000. Ins.
795-4798.
ROB'S MASONRY
& CONCRETE Slabs,
driveways & tear outs
Lic.1476 726-6554




A+ QUALITY WORK
SPAFFORD's CONST.
Specializing in room
additions, remodeling,
bathrooms, windows,
garages. 352-726-7855
DOTSON Construction
25 yrs, in Central FL, Our
own crews! Specializing
in additions, framing,
trim, & decks.
Lic. #CRC1326910
(352) 726-1708
Home or Comm.
Renovations 30 yrs. exp.
Lic#CBC1250751 Ins. No
job too small. Free est.
Affordable rates. Ron
Whitehead Bldr.Call
today (352) 628-4211
WHY MOVE? IMPROVE
with Craftmen Builders
Remodeling, Additions,
Home Improvements,
Garages & Decks
427-2766 #CRC057657


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(2) HEAVY METAL DESKS
Tan w/ wood
grain tops. Med. sz.
Drawers move like
butter! $45 ea.
(352) 344-4883
2 CHAIRS
rocker recliner swivel,
beige leather,
excel cond.
$350. for both
(352) 726-4304
2 end tables, 1 cocktail
table, wood, glass &
metal in brown tones
brand new, Pd, $750.
asking $350.
(352) 637-7250
2 LOVESEATS, 1 CHAIR,
1 OTTOMAN
Very Pale pink leather.
Very clean Cond. $200
(359) 7A6-7106
3 PC. BEDROOM SET
Inc. Bed, frame, dresser,,
& night stand. $275;
COUCH & LOVESEAT
Floral, good cond. $100
(352) 795-4864
PRE OWNED FURNITURE
Unbeatable Prices
NU 2 U FURNITURE
Homosasso 621-7788

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W. F. GILLESPIE
Room Additions, New
Home Construction,
Baths & Kitchens
St. Lic. CRC 1327902
(352) 465-2177
www.wfgillesple.com




A TILE DOCTOR
Tile & marble repairs &
cleaning. 35 yrs. exp.
LIc/Ins #2441 Ph.613-TILE
CERAMIC TILE INSTALLER
Bathroom remodeling,
handicap bathrooms.
Lic/Ins. #2441 795-7241
CUTTING EDGE Ceramic
Tile. Lic. 2713, Insured.
Showers, Firs, Counters
Etc. (352) 422-2019











REPAIRS, Wall & ceiling
sprays. Int/Ext Painting
LIc/Ins 73490247757
352-220-4845
ROCKMONSTERS, INC.
St. Cert. Metal/Drywall
Contractor. Repairs,
Texture, Additions,
Homeowners, Builders
Free est. (352) 220-9016
Llc.#SCC131149747
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting, Tile Work,
Framing. 30 yrs. exp.
344-1952 CBC058263




FILL, ROCK, CLAY, ETC.
All tvoes of Dirt Service
Call Mike 352-564-1411
Mobile 239-470-0572
All Tractor/Dirt Service
Firewood , Land Clear,
Tree Serv., Bushhogg,
Driveways 302-6955
BUSHHOGGING, Rock,
dirt, tree, trash, drive-
ways. Call Sam Johnson
(352) 628-4743
Dirt, Rock, Hauling,
Mulch, Tractor work, Ins.
Lic. Reasonable rates.
(352) 302-7325
FLIPS TRUCK & TRACTOR,
Landclearing, Truck &
Tractor work. House
Pads, Rock, Sand, Clay,
Mulch & Topsoil.
(352) 382-2253








VanDykes Backhoe
Service. Landclearing,
Pond Digging &
Ditching (352) 302-7234
(352) 344-4288


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HOME REPAIR & MAINTENANCE, INC.
"Caring for Your Home is Our Business"
- Offering A Full Range of Services -
Residential .-
i' Commercial

S 628-4282 c'nbr


Blonde entertainment
center with lights, fits 52"
TV, $225 2 blonde end
tables, $80 All in exc.
cond, (727) 858-0607
BROWN SUEDE/OAK
Trim, heat vibrating
massage chair
w/controls. New $150;
MEN'S Burgundy Lthr.
Chair & Ottoman
$150. (352) 621-7773
Broyhill Dusty Green
sectional sofa, 2-seat
unit with arm, 1 chaise
unit with arm plus 1 Irg.
matching chair, $975
firm (352) 382-7086


#1 BOBCAT For Hire!
Light clearing, site work,
grading, etc. NO JOB
too small! Lic. & Ins.
(352) 400-0528
All Tractor /Dirt Service
Firewood, Land Clear,
Tree Serv., Bushhogg,
Driveways 302-6955
ALPINE TRACTOR
Land Clearing, Tree Ser.
Fences, Bushhogging
Sean (352)220-8723
DONALD KERNZ'S
M.H. demolition, red
tag cleanup, land
clearing (352) 634-0329
RMD SERVICES
Hauling, clearing,
grading, and jobsite
cleanup. 352-628-2534
TREE REMOVAL,
Landclearing, Fill Dirt,
Bush hogging,
(352) 563-1873
TURTLE ACRES
BUSHHOG SERVICE
Stump Grinding & Cl.
ups. No job too small
Lic. (352) 422-2114




D's Landscape & Expert
Tree Svce Personalized
design. Stump Grinding
& Bobcat work. Fill/rock
& Sod: 352-563-0272
Lawncare-N-More LLC
Bushes, Beds, Leaves,
Pres. Washing, Debris
Removal. Specials thru
March 15th 726-9570
* SOD * SOD * SOD*
BANG'S LANDSCAPING
Sod, Trees, Shrubs
(352) 341-3032




Bob's Pro Lawn Care
Reliable, Quality work
Residential / Comm.
Lic./Ins. 352-613-4250
Bruce's Lawn Service
Snowbird special
(352) 637-5331
496-5603 cell
C & R LANDSCAPING
Lawn Maint., clean ups
Mulching, We Show Up
352-503-5295, 503-5082
DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Hauling,Cleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852
HALLOCK & SON LAWN
CARE, $20 & up. Atten-
tion to Detail, reliable,
12 yrs. All Citrus County.
lic./Ins. (352) 746-6410
Lawncare-N-More LLC
Bushes, Beds, Leaves,
Pres. Washing, Debris
Removal. Specials thru
3/15th 726-9570




AQUA AZURE
Total Pool System Care
Personalized Service &
Great Prices 344-4796
DANIAL COLE POOL
CLEANING SERVICES
Reliable, Wkly Cleaning
Lic. Ins. 352-465-3985


Broyhill, Elegant Coffee
Table w/believed glass,
like new
new $400. asking $100
(352) 726-0040
CHINA CABINET
2-piece lighted & mir-
rored pecan finish $250,
2 oak press back 24"
bar stools $30 each
560-3072
DINING TABLE W/6
chairs, 2 14" leaves.
solid wood. $400.
Very nice set, fits the
whole family
(352) 746-2887


FIBERGLASS POOL
Resurfacing, 25 yr. warr.
Free est., lic. Ins. & ref
(352) 341-4515
Greg's Marcite: New
e Pools/ Remodels. FREE
ESTIMATE. CCFF 2636
Lic. & Inc. 746-5200

POOL BOY SERVICES
Total Pool Care |
Acrylic Decking
352-464-3967

POOL LEAKING??
Pool Leak Detection
Since 1964
352-302-9963/357-5058
POOL LINERS
15 Yrs. Exp.
Call f fr ee estimate
(352) 591-3641




All Tractor/Dirt Service
Firewood , Land Clear,
Tree Serv., Bushhogg,
Driveways 302-6955




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




Donna's Errand Service
Groceries, banking,
P.O., misc. References
352-563-6680/220-9161
WILD BLUE HIGH SPEED
SATELLITE INTERNET
Avail. in this area. Toll
Free: (877) 300-2220

MR CITRUS
COUNTY REALTY





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7" Commercial Copper
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Lic. & Ins. 352-860-0714





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11pc. PATIO FURN.
Vintage Wrought iron
set, glass top Ubl., 4
chairs, sofa, rocker,
easy chair, 3 stack tbis,
no cushions. $450
(352) 564-9632
Patio Table Set w/ glass
top & 4 chairs $40.
Patio Coffee Table
w/ Glass Top $20.
All in aood condition


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3PC. White Wash
Wall Unit w/smoke
glass doors like new,
$295.
25" TV, $45.
352-476-3048
ANTIQUE SOFA
Rosewood trim, gold
fabric, exc. cond. $400
(352) 341-3188
BEDS *.:* BEDS -* BEDS
The factory outlet store!
For TOP National Brands
Fr.50%/70% off Retail
Twin $119 v. Full $159
Queen $199 / King $249
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DINING/KIT. TABLE
W/ 4 chairs, solid wood,
light pine, 38"x 64" very
good cond. $150
(352) 564-2765
Dresser w/mirror & 7
drawers, $125;
2 Cushioned patio
lounges, $25 each.
(352) 746-1767
ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER
Like new $200 OBO
COFFEE TABLE cherry
wood, glass top w/
match. side table.
$100 OBO
(352) 726-0166
Executive Desk,
24X54"
$50;
Bakers Rack $10;
(352) 795-1085
HOMOSASSA
Beige/Green SOFA
w/pillows. Chenille.
Good Shape $150
(352) 628-5424
KITCHEN SET
Rattan, glass top table,
4 rolling chairs. $150
(352) 527-1486
LIVING ROOM SET
SOFA, LOVESEAT, CHAIR
& OTTOMAN
Leather, off white.
Very good cond. $750
(352) 382-0058
MAHOGANY 5
DRAWER DRESSER,
$75; 3 CRT MONITORS
15", 17" & 19" $25 each.
(352)447-2809
PAUL'S FURNITURE
*Fair Prices
-Friendly Service
*Delivery Available
Tues-Fri 9-5 Sat. 9-1
Homosassa 628-2306
Preowned Mattress Sets
from Twin $30; Full $40
Qn $50; Kg $75.
628-0808
QUEEN SZ. SOFABED
matching Loveseat
w/dual Recliners, exc.
cond. $150.
(352) 465-7981
ROCKER/RECLINERS
Matching Mauve
$50ea/$80 both
QUEEN/FU. HDBR.
Cherry Finish $60
Good Cond. 382-4557
Sleeper Couch, extra
wide chair, two end ta-
bles 1 sofa tbble,
like new, paid $4,000.
asking $1,500.
(352) 637-7250
Tan Pillow top Leather
Couch
excel cond. $400.
Massage/heat fabric
recliner good cond.
$100. (352) 476-7519
The Path's Graduates,
Single Mothers,
Needs your furniture.
Dining tables, dressers &
beds are needed.
Call (352) 746-9084
WATERBED
Full size w/ heater, side
shelf & 3 drawers
underneath. $75
FOUR TIRES for a Ford
Focus, w/ rims $75
352-637-3403
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COUNTY REALTY








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3 Mowers, 2 runs,
1 needs primer button,
Chain Saw All for $100.
(352) 637-0046
5 HP Roto Tiller
Craftsman, 17" Tine
Width, excel. cond.
$395.
(352) 726-7957
COMPOST TUMBLER
Very good cond. $175.
341-7777
Concrete Comm.& Park
Garbage Cans (10)
$50/ea. Delivered
(352) 465-4543
CRAFTSMAN LAWN
TRAILER, 4'X3', pull
behind mower, $100
(352) 628-4585
FARMALL CUB
5' Woods Belly Mower,
Hydraulic lift, PTO, runs
gd. $1850/ obo
(352) 726-6864
*FREE REMOVAL OF*.
ATV's, bikes, cars,
mowersjacuzzi's, jet skis
We sell parts 628-2084
Heavy Duty
Rake, $7, Edger $7
2 for $10.
Good Condition
(352) 726-0040
Huskee Lawn Tractor
15HP. 38" easy cut,
briggs & straton eng.
3 1/2 yrs old $580. *
Preform Pond w/ pump
& waterfall $75.
(352) 628-7060
SPRING MOWER REPAIR
Hernando, Pick up &
Delivery, Quick Service,
Don Mead 400-1483
WILL HAUL AWAY
Unwanted riding lawn
mowers in East Citrus
Co, (352) 726-7362


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CITRUS SPRINGS
Whole House of Furn,
Tools, Patio Set,
Pictures, Knick Knacks,
etc. (352) 527-3530
INVERNESS
Every day till 3/27 Real
Antiques, toys, oak
tables, etc 637-0349
LEC./Cinn. Ridge
Tues 8-? 5255 W.
Caraway PI. Cln. Rdg.
Acrss frm Cowboy Jct.
MOVING SALE SMW
Everything Must Gol
Tools, turn., Target
wetsaw, Cannondale
Bike (352) 613-3412




3 BEAUTIFUL PROM
GOWNS, SIZE 7, 8 &
Med, $40 each,
(352) 586-3781
PROM GOWN
Elegant, Strapless gown,
by Jessica McClintock,
For Gunne Sax. Size 1-2.
$200 352-726-1526




2 TON A/C
COMPRESSOR UNIT
$300 OBO
(352) 527-4590
2 TV Stands, $5 each;
Sharp Vacuum
Cleaner, $10;
2 Lg. Table Lamps,
$10@.
(352) 795-1085
6 x 9 x 6 Dog Kennel
$50.
Swing Set
$40
(352) 628-4414

2007

SPECIALS
6 lines - 10 days
Items totalling
$1-$150...........$7.95
$151-$400......$12.95
$401-$800.......$17.95
$801-$1,500....$22.95
CALL CHRONICLE
CUSTOMER
SERVICE
726-1441 OR
563-5966
Two general
merchandise items
per ad,
private party only.
(Non-Refundable)
Some Restrictions
May Apply

ART LESSONS
Very patient, very reas.
Call after 5pm
. (352) 726-3089
Brass Chandelier
10 candle, excel. cond,
$50.
(352) 382-4559
CLUBHOUSE SWINGSET
W/SLIDE
Pd. $600/Sell $100
(352) 344-2824
Delta Commercial
Table Saw $300. oper-
ates on 110V or 220V,
Rattan By Broyhlll 5 pc.
liv/Fla. Rm. Set. $350
(352) 400-0981
ELECTRIC GENERATOR
5250 Watts, Like new.
On casters & easy to
move. $350
(352) 344-4883
GO-CART
6.5HP, lows hrs.. runs
good, $550 OBO
Call after 10am
(352) 249-1125
HOMEOWNERS
Did you sell your
property? Are you still
receiving payments
from that sale?
Wouldn't you rather
have all cash now
instead of those
payments & possible
problems in the future?
If so call
Fred Farnsworth
(352) 726-9369
HOTPOINT DISHWASHER
Exc. cond. $55.
8' GLASS DOORS &
TRACK, $40.
(352) 344-2321

New Systems &
Repairs. Ins. Lic.3000
QSOD- ALL VARIETIES
Cut outs & New
Homes. Installed &
Rolled. A.L. EVANS
(352) 637-5825
New Generator, diesel,
portable commercial,
HDY 5000, LX, Rated
Power 4.8KVA, peak
power 5.5 KVA,
120/240-12V $1,500.
(352) 795-7172
(352) 228-2112
Pool
Round 18ft.
new motor, & extras
Must take all. $100.
. (352) 527-1554
Sears Dual Action Air
950 Exercise Bike, $85.
Rollerblades, size 8 la-
dies, $50
(352) 628-4585

Bahia, $80 pallet,
St Augustine, $150
pallet. Install & Del.
Avail. 352-302-3363
TANNING BED
24 bulb, 220V
$200 firm.
(352) 465-1880
Washer & dryer, works
good, $220 firm
Ebony lacquer BR suite
w/mirror, $150 firm
(352) 860-2137, Iv. msg


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minmuti funct.$850 call
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PIZZA, PIZZA ...........
Dough Press, Dough Pro
Cost $3,500/Make Offer
v (352) 795-9621




3 wheel electric
scooter, Pride, cost
$2,000 1 yr ago, asking
$500. (352) 637-3172
Adjustable Bed
w/ comfort massage
like new,
$700.
(352) 726-2596
RASCAL 4 WHEEL
ELECTRIC MOBILITY
CART - Elevating seat,
new batteries, very
good cond. $450/obo
(352) 628-7381




GUITAR LESSONS
Specializing in Finger
style playing. Reas.Very
patient. Two openings
left for the year!
352-726-3089 after 5pm
Keyboard w/ Stand
Kawai X65-D super 3D
touch response
$400. obo
Sheet Music Magazines
Cataloged 1979-2005
$50. (352) 746-1753
Lowrey Carnival LC-n15
Organ
excellent condition
$1,500.obo
Call after 8 pm
(352) 344-8126
SPINET PIANO
Kohler & Campbell
w/bench. Exc. Cond,
$500
(352) 344-4871
UPRIGHT PIANO
Samick compact
studio mahog. fin. w/
match. strg. bench
like new $2,500
352-621-3639
Yamaha Electronic
Organ, Model EL 25,
recording capability,
storage bench, music,
excel, cond. $1,500.
obo (352) 489-9687




BOW FLEX XLT
Exc. Cond. $600 l
(352) 527-4590




BICYCLES: Men's
Diamondback
Fleetstreak. Women's
Specailized Hard Rock.
$100 ea. Call (352)
726-7949 before 7pm
Callaway Irons,
4-SW, Sr. Graph. $250.
Nike, Saq. Driver
10.5 reg. $150.,
Call Pete (352 428-1365
F. EG 380 CALIBER
Mark II, Semi-Auto Pistol
Walther PPK/S Look
alike. Unfired & in orig.
padded case. $300
(352) 382-4911
GOLF CLUBS
Orlimar Tri-Metal 3. 5,
& 7 woods, $20. ea.
All 3 $ 50. Reg, graphite
good condition
(352) 527-6804
LEFT HANDED GOLF
CLUBS, Blades 3-PW,
new shafts & grips,
Exc. cond. $175.
(352) 795-6639
RUGER REDHAWK
Stainless steel, 44mag,
like new! $450
(352) 422-5922
SHOTGUN
Beretta 12 ga.
Blue Onyx. Like New!
$1,300
(352) 746-6010
Turbo Power Irons
4-LW, Sr. graphite $250.
Callaway & Cleve, L.H.
Driver 9.5 S Shaft
$100.
Call Pete (352 428-1365
WE BUY GUNS
On site Gun Smithing
(352) 726-5238




6 x 14 Flat Tilt
$400.
(352) 228-7458
12' UTILITY TRAILER
6,000LB AXLE, lumber
rack, toolbox, gd. shape
w/new tires, $1500.
(352) 628-3337




2 IN 1 CRIB W/
MATTRESS
White. Excellent condition
$50
(352) 746-4341
BASSINET
Winnie the the Pooh $40;
WATERFALL SWING
$55
Both very good cond.
(352) 795-4864
CRIB, Winnie the Pooh
(near new) Electronic,
converts to youth bed
$100; LG. ROCKING
CHAIR $40
(352) 795-4864


WE BUY
US COINS & CURRENCY
(352) 628-0477





NOTICE
Pets for Sale
In the State of Florida
per stature 828.29 all
dogs or cats offered
for sale are required
to be at least 8 weeks
of age with a health
certificate per
Florida Statute.
Abyssinian Red Male
Breeder Cat.
I Yr. Old. Papers from
CFA. $400 OBO
(352) 344-1803
BOXER PUPS AKC
9 wks, health certs $500
ea 1 male, 2 females
(904) 813-8085
Home Raised Pups,
Maltese, Yorkie,
Shih-Tze, Chihuahua &
mixes 352-347-5086

Humane Society
of Inverness
offers Low Cost
Spay & Neuter
Service
in our Mobile Clinic.
Appointments avail.
* Cat Male $40,
CatFemale $50,
Dog Male $60,
Dog Female $70.
Prices including spay
or Neuter, 3 Yr. Rabies
shot Annual Vaccines
Nail Clipping, Micro
chipping & Micro
chip reg.
Appt. avail Mon, Wed,
Sat. Inverness & Crys-
tal River. Call for appt.
352-344-5207

Humanitarians
of Florida
Low Cost Spay &
Neuter by Appt.
Cat Neutered $20
Cat SpaYed $25
Dog Neutered &
Spayed start at $35
Low cost shot clinic
Tues. Weds & Thurs
1st & 3rd Saturdays
10am-4pm
(352) 563-2370
PITBULL PUPS $800
7 M/1 F; 10 wks.
Blue/White UKC Reg.
(352) 344-5238
SHIH TZU PUPS AKC
8wks, health certs..
Parents on premises
$550ea.
SHIH TZU PUPS
1 lwks, health certs.,
$350ea.
(352) 207-3369
SHIHTZU PUP CKC
Males, blk & wht,
Health Cert. Ready
3/22 352-564-2865
YORKSHIRE
TERRIERS AKC
2 Female, 1 Male
352-726-5576


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9 YEAR OLD ARABIAN
GELDING - Exc. health,
to good home. Incl,
saddle & tack, $1100.
(352) 628-4585
COTTAGE FOR RENT
10 acres, 5 stalls.
Across State Forest
(352) 628-0164
HORSE BOARDING
State Forrest Acces.,
lighted arena, Hurr.
safe barn,Only 2
stalls left. $300/mo.
SCENIC TRAIL RIDES
$35; LESSONS $25
(352) 628-1472
Western Saddle
blanket, bridle, reins,
girth, etc. $495 obo
20 Book Tapes, $40
(352) 795-1865




IBR unfurn. $400 mo
IBR RV Park Model,
turn., $325 1BR, scr. rm,
carport, $525. No pets/
Smoking 352-628-4441
BEVERLY HILLS
1 BR, IBA fully furnished,
Includes all utilities &
basic cable, sec. dep,
and ref. req. No pets,
starting at $155 wkly
Call (352) 465-7233
CHASSAHOWITZKA
2/1/2 $475/mo, 1st/last/
sec. 352-795-6862
CRYSTAL RIVER
3 Bedroom $550/mo,
352-795-9537/586-9259
DUNNELLON
Large 1BR on lAcre
no pets/no smoking
$465/mth+dep.
(352) 860-2397
HERNANDO 2/1
Like new, no smoking/
pets, $550./mo., 1st. 1st.
sec. (352) 746-6477
HERNANDO Ap. Shr.
Rent/sale, 2/2, $495.
mo. 1st, 1st & sec., No
pets. (352) 795-5410
HOMOSASSA 2/2
Fully furnished; great
neighbrhd. Sr. Disc.
(352) 746-0524
INVERNESS
2/1-1/2 Fla. rm, $550,
1st, last, sec. No Pets
(352) 287-9268
INVERNESS
55+ Lakefront park *
1 or 2 BR, scr. porches,
appliances, water incl.
Community center,
fishing piers. Leeson's
352-637-4170
LECANTO 1/1
Log Cabin CHA, n/pets
$500+sec 352-746-3073


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WE HAVE REPO'S 3 & 4
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down or no closing
costs,
CALL FOR MORE
INFO.352-621-9182




4/3 ON 1.75 ACRES
Price REDUCED! On
waterfront canal to
Lk. Rousseau. 2002
Updated! $167,900
(352) 302-4057
FISHERMAN'S DELIGHT
INVERNESS 2/1 FURN.
Concrete Sea Wall,
Ready to move in,
80'x100' lot. Rm for RV.
$89,500. (352) 341-4609
INSTANT EQUITY I SW 2/1
W/add-on & dock,
Recent appr. $107K,
Sell for $93K Owner fin,
avail. (352)476-6324

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24 x 40 DW, 3/2, Large
lot, Old Homosassa, less
than 1 mi./Homosassa
River, apple's included
$65,500. (352) 382-1168
(352) 302-0436
1/1 SW HERNANDO
Near Lake! Appl's, scrn
prh, RV crprt w/wrkshp.
$35,000. Owner fin.
w/apprv. cred & down
pymnt. (352)422-0025
2/1 Clean, w/ screen
porch, RockCrusher.
$42,900
Call (352) 422-2665
2/1 Fully Furnished, SW
- screen room. Washer
& Dryer In Shed,
Large Fenced Lot,
$45,000. Lecanto
(352) 527-9563
2/1 MH, wooded,
Cinnamon Ridge
fenced, dead end St.
S. Levins Rhema Realty
(352) 228-1301

3/1 SPACIOUS ON Y2AC
Sep. 2c. grg. 2 sheds,
abv, gr. pool, fenced
$54,500. 352.564-0058
3/2.5 on 1+ ACRE
1,836 S.F. w/above grand
pool. Wooded lot
$136,500 Sharon Levlns.
Rhema Realty
(352) 228-1301
FLORAL CITY
14x60MH on 1/2 acre
lot 2B/2B, CHA, near
Withlacoochee River
$55900
863-412-6306 or
863-559-8096


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CRYSTAL RIVER 3/2
Corner lot. $49,900/obo
Owner Financing
352-795-3710.
HERNANDO
OWN A HOME < $50K
For 2 weeks only
Call nowl This won't last
2/2 w/land near water
(352) 746-5918
Holiday Heights Cry Riv
1995 Merit Home, DW,
3/2, 2 car carport,dbl
lot 160' frontage, new
carpet, 3sheds, close
to mall, 5min. from Lake
Russo, 352 795-4272
HOMELAND
MUST SELL!
New 3/2 on 1/2 acre.
Nice oak trees, quite,
good location.
Sell @ $105,900 or
' $2,000 down,
$688.20/mo.@ 6% int.
W.A.C. 352-621-9182
HOMOSASSA 3/2 on
1.25 ac. Over 2,000 sf.
Carport, Ingr. Pool, Scr,
Encd., too many options
to list. $149,900 $159K
(352) 746-5912
HOMOSASSA New 3/2
on 1/2 ac. >1800Sf.
Drywall finish, privacy
fence, apple. $129K
(352) 746-5912
INVERN. 3/2,.25 Ac.
Exc. Cond. RENT TO
OWNI 10% dn. $670/mo
352-464-7650
INVERNESS 2/1 on 1/2
Ac. Newly renovated.
Must Sell, $59K
(352) 746-5918
LAND/HOME-
SACRIFICE
Buy this 3/2 home with
game room & fireplace,
appliance pkg. All kinds
of upgrades on over I
acre, paved road. 7%
nt,. 30yr. No closing
costs. $797.80 per mo
Call 352-621-9181
for more details
MOVE IN NOW!
Beautiful 3/2, 2100+ sq.
ft. home on 1 acre.
Large family room, F/P,
wet bar, eat In kitchen
w/ island, deck,
driveway, 5yr.
warranty. 5% Int.,
$838.00/mo. W.A.C.
Call for directions
352-621-9183
OPEN HOUSE
March 3, 3/2/2, DW
1 ac, XXL Pool, Jacuzzi,
gazebo, 2 decks,
pond,carports, Must Sell
$114,999.(352) 563-5559
Rent/Sale, Hernando,
2/1,1st, Last & Sec,
$500 mo or $5K Down
(352) 613-6834




2 BRAND NEW HOMES
2BR/2BA, 1067Sq ft.
$74,835.71
2BR/2BA 1244 Sq. Ft
$84,811.32
Exc. Amenities!
5 * . 55+ Community
Phone 352-795-7161


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14x60, 2/2, in 55+ Park,
Furnished, Lrg. screen
porch, good cond.,
$22,500 (352) 344-1094
or 344-1002
2/2 Furn. Singing Forest
55+ Fun park, too
many activities to list.
New furnace, A/C, hot
water heater, $15,750
352-344-2420
2/1/1
SW, 55+ fully furnished,
Lecanto Hills,
$15,000.
(931) 260-7002
2/2 FLORAL CITY
14'W Furnished,
55+ Park
603-209-4432
3/2 SW in 55+ PARK
Fully turn. Roofover,
CHA. SHARP! $19,500
(352) 476-2902
55+ Park, Crys. River '84
2+2 14x66' w/12X30
add-in ,CHA. Covered
prkg. Furn. quiet, lots of
rm, shed, deep drvwy.
$14,900 352-795-2894
BEAUTIFUL 55+ PARK
Quality, new DW 2/2,
2x6" walls, carport,
porch, shed, etc.
$64,500 (352) 726-5789
CRYSTAL RIVER
'00, 3/2, attached dbl.
carport, huge 500 + sqft
unattached work shop,
lanal & courtyd in back
Gated Community
$115,900. 352-563-5648
CRYSTAL RIVER VILLAGE
Beautiful 24X62 home
Overlooks lake. Sun
porch & lanai. Near
shopping. Nice golf
cart incl. $55,000
(352) 563-0557
CRYSTAL RIVER VILLAGE
Spacious 2BD/2BA, DW,
Adult Community
Corner Lot, close to
shopping, hospital
$39,500 (352) 302-0261
(352) 564-2799


DRIFTWOOD 55+
on Lk. Rousseau; 1/1
Great view & fishing!
Camp. turn, Fl. Rm,,
shed, crpt, Exc. Cond.
$23K (352) 447-4830
FOREST VIEW ESTATES
'85 Palm Harbor Great
Loc. Pool, clbhs. &
more. Move-in ready,
camp. furn. 2/2 DW,
whlchr., acc. New sod &
sprklr. $56,900. (352)
563-6428/352-563-1297
Forestview Estate
'98, Palm Harbor 2/2
DW, lanai, on water,
ext. long. DW. shed,
sprk. sys., W/D, move
in ready, turn. neg.!
$82.K (352) 257-9001
Forestview Estates
1998 2/2 DW. on pond.
turn., exc. cond.,
$68,000 obo
(352) 563-2676
HOMOSASSA, 04 DW.
Shed, $46,500; Cozy 2/1
C/P. shed, furn. right
down to linens. $14,900
Quiet 55+ 352-628-5977
INVERNESS 2/2/crpt
55+, new LR carpet &
vinyl, camp. furn.
appl's, CHA, srn. rm.
shed , roofover $23K
352-560-3302/344-1002
LAKEVIEW
Furnished 12 x 50 MH
1/1, camp. remod.,
new carpet & paint
in/out. Ceramic tile.
$12,900.1-888-202-1718
Singing Forest M.H.
Park, '92 Homes of
Merit, 3/2, 12x24 scr, rm.
2+ sheds, wood burning
fireplace, skylight,
laminate floors. Like
new cond. Lot rent $158
mo inci water, sewer,
trash removal etc.
Asking $70,000 Make
offer Call Alice
(352) 637-0274


Crys. River VIg. 55+ 2/2,
W/D, scrn, crprt/shed'
clbhs & pool. $39,900. -.
Neg. (352) 795-1744 ."
PALM TER/LECANTO '.
2/2, shed & carport.
New carpet & flooring,
C/H/A, $18,500.
(352) 601-5161 .1
WEEK WACHEE 55+
2+/2, shed, scrnd prchs
W/D, LR. DR. crnr. prop'..
Storm windows & new0-,
Insullation, $50K
(352)597-8207 4




3 LOTS Adjoining, 50' W,
140' D, Each, Zoned for
Mobile Home, Impactt
Fees Pd. $18,500. For All.I
(352) 795-6372
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CRYSTAL RIVER
2/1 $600/month
(352) 228-7328
CRYSTAL RIVER
Newly Renovated
1 bedrm efficiencies w/
fully equip kitchens.
No contracts
necessary. Next to
park/ Kings Bay
Starting @ $35 a day
(includes all utilities
& Full Service
Housekeeping)
(352) 586-1813




3/2/2 Awesome Rent to
Own Termsl Brand Newl
$995./mo Low down.
Move in ready!
(407) 227-2821
Crystal Palms Apts.
1 & 2 Bdrm Easy Terms.
Crystal River. 634-0882
CRYSTAL RIVER
& INVERNESS
1 & 2 Bdrm & Studio
(352) 795-2626
- - CRYSTAL RIVER
IBR, IBA, w/attach.
garage, 404 NE 3rd St.
Near Walgreens, no
pet/smoking $700. mo.1
-yr. lease (352) 795-3074
(352) 795-3207
INGLIS VILLAS
Is now accepting
applications for our
apartments.
Located 10 minutes
North of Crystal River.
Call 352-447-0106
Or Apply: M,W, F
33 Tronu Dr
Inglls Fl.
Equal Housing
S Opportunity
2/1 INVERNESS
2/1 Downtown, W/D
hook-up, $750 mo.
+ Dep.344-8584



I-
Crystal Palms Apts.
1 & 2 Bdrm Easy Terms.
Crystal River. 634-0882




BEVERLY HILLS, Been
turned down? Do you
have cash, a good
job & want to be a
Homeowner? We
have many properties
available for lease
option, and we have
the people who can
help you fix your
credit. Please call
(954) 553-2074


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2700+ sq ft Bldg.
Can divide Into
- Med/Prof/Retail Pine
Ridge. Your floor plan.
- - (352) 527-9013
Crystal River
US 19 office/
warehouse space
800 + 1000 sq. ft. avail.
$850-$1800. mo. + tax
352-634-0129
Broker/Owner
CRYSTAL RIVER
New Office/Retail
..spaces for lease/rent.
Hwy 19 frontage,
326 to 1075 sq ft.
" Waybright Real Estate
Inc. (352) 795-1600
Full Service Salon for
Rent. Fully equipt,
Incl. Util. Crystal River
S$1000mo(352) 228-0634
HOMOSASSA
Indust. Bldg Loc.
Rooks Industrial Prk.
. 972 sf., water, sewer,
1/2 ba, AC, Ig. bay
door. $650/mo + elec.
352.382.2700.302.3574
Lecanto Tree Tops
, Plaza, 1653A, W. Hwy 44
Retail-Office-Storage
-, 1125 sq. ft. Store front/
.. Warehouse $700. mo.
(954) 609-2780
New Industrial Bldg.
- Prime Location
' Citrus Industries
Industrial Pk, Off Rt. 41
, 1250 to 5000 sq.ft.
S /2 bath, hot water,
- 200 amp sep. electric
Each bay, large Bay
- Doors, Fully insulated.
Avail. Immediately
. 352-726-5832

: PINE RIDGE BLVD
Just off Hwy 491,
SProfessional office/
SBusiness, brand new
bldg. 1500/3000sf.
. (352) 746-0744
' S. Pleasant Grove
S1.000 sf. Office/Retail.
. U-Pick Carpet color.
Busy corner.
(352) 726-6640


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� 2/2/1 Villa, unfurnished
'. avail immed $895+ sec.
352-746-1094
INV. GOSPEL IS.
2/212/1 Twnhs. clean,
'.- 1500 sf. Incl. trash, lawn
$825 mo (352) 201-2800
2 INVERNESS
2/2 Villa, W/D, kitchen
equip., scr. back porch
across from pool house
$725, 1st, last, sec.
(352) 422-2706 cell
INVERNESS 3/2
Beautiful new T.H.,
, $920/mo. Ist/last/sec.
(352) 476-1663
INVERNESS
3/2/1, Moorings,
Asking $950. month
Judy B Spake, LLC
Shawn (727) 204-5912
Sugarmill Woods
On Golf course.
Beautifully updated,
2/2/1,scrn prh. Nice
view, year lease. $750
mo. (352) 544-8070



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CRYSTAL RIVER
& INVERNESS
I & 2 Bdrm & Studio
(352) 795-2626
CRYSTAL RIVER 2/1
Secluded wetlands,
$575/lst. last. sec.
(352) 637-5200
INVERNESS
New 2/2, no smoking
& no pets. S750/mo. 1st,
lost & sec. 352-341-3562
352-400-0743
LECANTO
Beautiful 2/1-12,
Modern, Kitch. equip.,
W/D hookup, CH/A,
No pets/smoking $595
mo 352-344-8313
LECANTO
New duplex, 2/2, Ig
yard, $625/mo. No pets
(352) 489-5075


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LANDINGS.COM
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* NO CREDIT CHECKII
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352-484-0866
visit Jademisslon.com
$199/m 4/2 Foreclosure
5% down 20yrs at
8%apr. For listings call
800-366-9783 Ext 5711
3/2 $234/mo HUD Home
5% down 20yrs at
8%apr. For listings call
800-366-9783 Ext 5704
3/2/2 Awesome Rent to
Own Termsl Brand Newl
$995./mo Low down.
Move in ready!
(407) 227-2821
BEVERLY HILLS
2/1/1 w/ Fl. rm. CT
floors. 13 N. Lee St.
$700/mo.+sec. Call Ann
RE/BRKR. 727-463-1804
CONDOS, HOUSES
Furn, unfurn. Wkly,
Mthly, Seas.
352-302-1370
CRYS. RV. Cute 3/1
$600/mo, FLS Call for
oppt. (352) 726-3258
CRYSTAL RVR 2/2
Crprt. Den, Shed, Water
access. Secl'd. '/acr. lot.
$900. (352) 795-2204
GORGEOUS 2/2/2
SMW sm pets Ok, $800/
mo. 352-592-9811 v
If you can rent You
Can Own - Let us
show you how. Self-
employed, all credit
issues, bankruptcy OK
Associated Mortgage
352-344-0571
www.amnamortgage.
coam
INVERNESS 2/1
New CT/paint. very
clean, Sm. Pets ok. $720
Sec neg. 561-632-3372.
or 954-415-5579
INVERNESS
2/2/1, close to shop, no
pets or smoking
$775mo.(352) 344-2500
INVERNESS
Highlands, 2/2/1,
screen porch, avail 4/1,
$750, 813-973-7237.
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Beverly Hills 3/1
Nicely turn., $850 mo
Call (352) 527-1746
CRYS. RIVER 2/1.5
$1,100/mo. Garb.,
Water, cable, elec.
incl. (352) 527-0260
CRYSTAL RIVER
Near Seven Rivers
Country Club. $950/mo.
(352)586-6468


$$$ LOW MOVE IN SMW
New 3/2/2 & 4/2/2 From
$950.River Links Realty
628-1616/800-488-5184
AVAILABLE NOW
SUGARMILL WOODS
New Lexinglon Home
3/2/3 Many extras.
5 min. to clohs & pool
$1025. 352-621-3956
BEV. HILLS 2/2/2
Star Jasmine $825/
mo. 1st & last. Credit
check 352-422-0139
BEVERLY HILLS 2/1
$675./mo. Ist/lost/dep.
(352) 527-4590
BEVERLY HILLS 2/1
No pets/smok. $650mo.
352-746-1543/613-4514
BEVERLY HILLS
2/2 covered parking,
W/D, CHA, $800. mo.
& 2/1/Lg 1. W/D, CHA,
berber carpet, dish-
washer, beautiful
grounds, Must See $750.
mo. (310) 500-8522
BEVERLY HILLS
29 N. Lee St2/1 ,$750mo
49 Roosevelt, 2/1/1, Irg
fenced yard, $750mo.
59 S Monroe 2/1,
$725 mo.
15 S. Monroe. 2/1.5/1,
$775.mo
1st, last & Sec.
352-476-5235






Brentwood
2/2/2 w/den
$950.00
Please Call:
(352) 341-3330
For more Info. or
visit the web at:
citrusvillages
rentals.c m
CITRUS HILLS
Unfurnished Homes &
Furnished Condos
www.greenbrar
Greenbrlar Rentals, Inc.
(352) 746-5921


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FLORAL CITY 3/2/2
Newer open lakefront
no pets/no smoking
$1,100/month
(352) 344-2500
HERNANDO 2/2/2
Recently renovated.
$950/mo (352) 622-3555
INVERNESS 2/1
on Canal W/D. $750./
mo 1st, last & sec
(352) 427-0184
INVERNESS
2/1, Fam. Rm., Liv. Rm.
City Limits, near shop-
ping center, $725.mo
(352) 344-2440,
(352) 726-4783
INVERNESS
Canal front, Lg. 2/1
crpt, dock. $700/mo.
(727) 492-1442
OZELLO 3/2
Remod. Gorgeous gulf
View. Fantastic fishing &
private. $1,100 mo.
727- 856-3020
WATERFRONT APTS. 1/1
Rent includes water,
sewer & trash. 1st mo..
& sec.. No pets: Avail.
now. (352)563-5004

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BEVERLY HILLS
Ref. req'd. $400 + util.
(352) 746-0391




1-3 STUNNING NEW CIT.
SPRGS HOMES FOR RENT
or RENT TO OWN
Poss. 4th BR/den 2,458sf.
$900/ mo & UP.
352-239-3700
INVERNESS, 2or3BR/2BA
double carprt, scr rm
1/2 AC, $650mo
$59,500 (352) 586-1505




Homosassa
2 Rooms for Rent $100.
week ea. 352-257-5039
HOMOSASSA

352-628-9412
INVERNESS
$150 wkiy. incl. utlL
(352) 423-0981




5BR $59,9001 3BR
$10,000 Bank
foreclosures availl For
Listings 800-366-9783 Ext
F012
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BEVERLY HILLS
2/1/1, C/H/A $635/mo.
382-3525/697-1457
CITRUS HILLS 3/2/2
Lawn Servce &
membership incl.
$1K/mo. 352-563-9811
CITRUS SPGS 5/3+
4,800 sf $1,795. mno
(954) 325-9878 opt to
buy+ (352) 465-8239
CITRUS SPRINGS
3/2/2. Fam rm. Gazebo
lawn Inc. $975. (352)
697-1336 or 697-0746
CITRUS SPRINGS
2050 Howard Place
2/1.5, W/D, $700.
1st, last & Sec.
352-476-5235
Citrus Springs 3/2/2
NEW $795/mo. No
smoke/pets 560-0229
CITRUS SPRINGS
New 4/2/2, 2200 sq. ft.
$1,000. mo.341-1859
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/2 house In nice neigh-
borhood near Golf and
water. $750/month.
352-686-9355 for details.
DUNNELLON HILLS
3 bed/2 bath nice
W & D hookup, $800.
(352) 637-2973
Dunnellon LS/OPT.
Ellsworth Terrace 3/2/1
CHA, 1440 sq. ft. fenced
back yard; deeded lot
to River. Low down
Dunnellon$895 per mo.
Other homes available.
(352) 357-1916
Homasassa Meadows
3/2/2 NEWSI $750
River Links Realty
628-1616/800-488-5184
HOMOSASSA
2.91 Acres, 3/2,
remodeled MFG Home,
new cabinets, apple,
tile, Etc. $795 mo.
(352) 302-4057
HOMOSASSA SMW
New 2/2/2 & 3/2/2
From $875/mo.
(352) 382-4044
Homosassa Springs
3/2, Fenced ac..,
FL rm, Ig. deck, Lec.
schs, no pets, 1st & sec.
$875/nmfh. 5051 Grand
Circle Ter.
(352) 628-0731
If you can rent You
Can Own - Let us
show you how. Self-
employed, all credit
Issues, bankruptcy OK
Associated Mortgage
352-344-0571
www.amnamortgage.
cam
INVERNESS
2/1, $750 mo
9110 Swift PI,. 2/1, $875,
(352) 637-5200
INVERNESS 2/11/2/2
Lochshire Pk. wtr view.
$800. 631-848-5705.
INVERNESS 3/2/2
$900/mth. 1st./Lst/sec
ncl. 352-637-0844
INVERNESS
3/2/2 fncd yd, Lease opt.
avail, MANY upgds,
$950/mo, poss. lease opt.
407-375-6187
INVERNESS
3/2/2 fncd yd, Lease opt.
avail, MANY upgds,
$950/mo, poss. lease opt.
407-375-6187
INVERNESS
4/2/2 Gospel Island
$1,000/mo.
2/2/2 Chain of lakes
$850 (954) 663-0405
INVERNESS
Nice 3/1 on /2ac. New
appliances,
$875 + 1st, last & sec.
1011 S Arlene Ave
352-476-5235
SUGARMILL WOODS
5/3/2 $1,195/mth. Call
owner/agent
(561)644-2100
SUGARMILL WOODS
Brand New 4/2/2, Rent
to Own. $1,200/mo. No
bank qualifying. No
down payment. 1st mo,.
FREE! (954) 629-6991


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pact fees. Builder pays
closing cost. Appliance
allowance, Financing
available, See at
4402 W Gallagher St.
(352) 564-8222





= FOR SALE BY OWNER.
I 2/2/1,ScrnRm.All I
Appl.Move-In Cond. I
$125K (352)746-2957
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NEW 3/2/2 Appl.,
breakfast bar, plant
shelves, inside laundry,
cov. patio. Credit foQ
closing costs. S169K
(352) 746-6161


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Best Deal In Pine Ridge
3/2/2Y2, $289,900.
5479 Nakoma Dr.,
See Home at www.
bvownercitrus.com
772-913-4338, 527-8339
I BETTY MORTON


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1596 SF on 1.3 Acres
Homosassa, near 19.
Great office potentlalI
Possible Owner finance,
$199,900 Ran McEvoy,
EXIT(352) 586-2663
5,000 SF BUILDING
Has everything! Great
for Car Lot, AC Co..
Retail. Zoned light
indust. on busy hwy. in
Inverness. Terry
McPherson. Era
Suncoast 352-220-1443
1,100SF ZONED GNC
Block bidg.Extra Lg Lot,
$181,000 INVERNESS
352-795-7541130'2-7667
LECANTO
Nearly 10,000 sf
(352) 795-0800
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(352) 220-0801
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2 Acres on Lake
Henderson. 2 rentals,
shed, boat dock,
$325,000.(352) 637-5200
2/1 Clean, w/ screen
porch, RockCrusher.
$42,900
Call (352) 422-2665
APTS. FOR SALE 9 UNITS
ALL 2/1, Crystal River,
$500,000.
By Owner 352-634-4076




1-3 STUNNING NEW CIT.
SPRGS HOMES FOR RENT
or RENT TO OWN
Poss, 4th BR/den 2,458sf.
$900/ mo & UP.
352-239-3700
2/2/2 14005Q. FT.
Bonus Rm, Fmly Rm, LR
& DR. Extra Ig. garage,
All appli's, extra 14X20
garage/workshop.
Ready to move in.
$135,000. Virtual tour
www.9572travis.com
352-489-0386/208-0714
9572 N Travis Drive
3/2/2 Awesome Rent to
Own Termsl Brand Newl
$995./mo Low down.
Move in ready!
(407) 227-2821
Brand New "Country
Style" Home for Sale
1 ac. MOL, crnr, lot,
3/2/2 2300SF., Price re-
duced $189K for quick
sale" NO" Real estate
commissions "NO" Im-


Fairmont Villa 3/2/2
Maint. free. living, Fire-
place, appl. Incl. Ig liv-
Ing & dining area,
$198,000 (352) 746-4116


3/9%
LISTING
Full Servlce/MLS
Why Pay More???
No Hidden Fees
25+Yrs. Experience
$150+Mllllon SOLDIII
Please Call for Details
& Market Analysis
RON & KARNA NEITZ
BROKERS/REALTORS
CITRUS REALTY GROUP
(352)795-0060




3/2/2 BENTLEY MODEL
TERRA VISTA VILLA
2583sf, AC, 14'. ceilings,
artist/studio, $100K
under bldrs cost. Make
offer 352-228-2044

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3/2/2 Split plan, 1 ac.
Beaut, home w/many
extras. Sacrificial
price - Buyer's Marketl
$149,900 Below appr.
(352) 726-0099/
(352) 270-6776
Beautifully Remodeled
2 STORY 3/2/2 Golf
Course Home. Oak
trees & Ig. back deck,
Lots of upgradesl
Must SellIl Won't last at
$245K (352) 302-9834
BRENTWOOD 3/2/2
On nice cul-de-sac,
atrium doors, leading to
Solar Heated Pool,
Eat In kitchen, sky light,
$254,900.352-270-3568,
(352) 257-1407

CALL BARB!!!
(352) 586-9844


(352) 795-1555

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& banks won't help?
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Bankruptcy OK.
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NEW 4/3/2+ Pool Home
Surrounded by beauti-
ful oaks. 3,580 sf. 10'
ceilings, Corlan Coun-
ters. $435K
(352) 746-6161


LISTING
Full service/MLS
Why Pay More???
No Hidden Fees
25+Yrs. Experience
$150+Mllion SOLDIII
Please Call for Details
& Market Analysis
RON & KARNA NEITZ
BROKERS/REALTORS
CITRUS REALTY GROUP
(352)795-0060
POOL HOME
3/2 split Ranch style
home on 1 acre for
$269,000. 407-566-8637.




$0 Down, Move In
approx. $700 mo. 2 or 3
Bed, 1 bath. New roof,
new C/H/A, New car-
pet, New hrdwd. floors,
fresh paint, new bathrm
(352) 201-9003
" NO CREDIT CHECKII
Rent to Own 2-3 BR's
352-484-0866
visit jademission.com
2/1/Carport
89 S. Adams St., New
carpet & appl's. Totally
turn., dishes, linens, etc.
$95,000. (352) 302-8810
2/2/1
Partly Furnished
new heat, air &
refrigerator. $109,900.
(763) 482-9099
3/2/2 REDUCED $20KI
New const. Avail, w/
Rent to Own Option
$169,900 Greg Younger,
Coldwell Banker 1st
Choice. (352)220-9188




NO MONEY DOWNII
2/1/1 w/Fam. Rm. 1,210
Ia., Brand new: bath, kit.
w/appls., paint,
carpet, tile, etc. See
photos @ miscitrus.com;
Public access; #312994
$99,900 (352)464-2160



LISTING
Full service/MLS
Why Pay More???
No Hidden Fees
25+Yrs. Experience
$150+Millon SOLD!!I
Please Call for Details
& Market Analysis
RON & KARNA NEITZ
BROKERS/REALTORS
CITRUS REALTY GROUP
(352)795-0060
QUICK $$$ FOR HOMES
any area, any cond.
Dan 352-601-3863
www.magicbullets.com
S. Jackson St. 2/1/I
CHA, shed, Irg. fam, Rm
$102,500. 727-439-9106
TRADE: car,boat,rv,etc
Down. Owner Fin.
3bed/2bath Carport
New kitchen, baths,
carpet, paint, tile,
appliances $129,900.
352-637-2973
www.lhomesold.com




3/1/1 BLOCK HOME
on approx. 1/2 Ac.
Recently remodeled.
$99,900 (352)624-1987
3/2/2 KENNSINGTON
1 Ac, Heated, Caged
Pool, Summer Kit., Lg.
Lanai, Vinyl Enc. Circle
decor. dr.$289Kobo, No
Deed Res.352-341-3071
3/2/2 POOL HOME
START PACKINGIII
Cul-de-Sac, Crystal
Oaks, Alarm, Fruit trees
$224,000 John Malsel III










Bonnie Peterson
Realtor
Your Satisfaction is
my Futurel
(352) 794-0888
(352) 586-6921
Exit Realty Leaders of
Crystal River
TIMBERLANE ESTATES
2 TENNIS COURTS
w/Great 3/27//2 Home
Call (352) 746-4063
or view a virtual tour

ID TPG3087 FSBO $325K




FAIRMONT VILLA 2/2/2
Furn., Spacious, Great
LocatlonI $199K Near
Clubhouse & Pools C21
Alliance. Kathy Halnes
352-422-4283/249-4433


Beautiful Golf
Community home,
3/2/2, split plan w/cath.
ceilings, lanal, close to
everything, $209,900.
352-726-6075

BETTY MORTON |


Highlands, 2/1.5/1 -
$129,000 (352) 220-6227
Remodeled Kitchens &
Bathrooms & More;
New Carpet & Fans &
Fresh Paint Galore;
Floors made of Tile &
Countertops Tool
A House Completely
Remodeled & Looks
Just Like Newl
Large fenced
backyard through the
French doors you'll find
a little slice of Heaven &
Some piece of mind,
Rush to the Bank & Get
a Small Loan & Come
Buy Our House &
Make It YOUR HOME
HOME FOR SALE
On Your Lot, $110,900.
3/2/1 w/ Laundry
Atkinson Construction
352-637-4138
Uc.# CBC059685

3/2/2 SPLIT PLAN CBS
home on oversized lot
in quiet area. Fully
remodeled and sur-
rounded by Ig. oaks,
this home is ready for
you. All for only $140K
Agent owned.
* (352) 344-4811

QUICK $$$ FOR HOMES
any area, any cond.
Dan 352-601-3863
www.maglcbullets.com
REDUCED - LIKE NEW
3/2/2, new roof, Ig. lot
418 Hiawatha Ave.
$168,900 (352) 527-9268
Reduced, Owner must
relocate. 3/2, 2100 sq.ft.
New roof, fireplace, tile
floors, 3 screen porches
with french doors to
porch, 2-car garage,
corner lot, Irg. trees, city
water & well irrigation.
15x20 kitchen. 25sq.ft.
living room, 20x20 fam.
rm. 10 closets. Privacy
yard fence. Owner,
(352) 586-7685
605 Morse St "Lot of
house for the money'.
LMS 313-017
SELL YOUR HOME
Place a Chronicle
Classified ad
6 lines, 30 days
$51.95*
Call
726-1441
563-5966
Non-Refundable
Private Party Only
"5S per oait.niol line
(Some Resinctons
May apply.,
Villa 2/2/1
Spacious w/Cathedral
ceiling. Furnished with
new appliances &
carpet. $144,000.
(352) 341-5838
Want to be Close to
Everything? Nice 2/2/1
with new roof, new
heat & air plus a
fenced yard. Asking for
appraised value of
$115,000. (352)
344-2752 or 400-2476
Whispering Pines Villa
2-3Bdrm. 2Bath,
1 Garage, new flooring
& paint outside main-
tenance provided, re-
locating out of State
will sell furnished or un-
turn. $129,000. abo
352-586-5064,
419-852-0990




A GREAT DEALII
CUTE LITTLE HOUSE
w/adJ. lot! $120K
9071 S. Tara Point
www.crosslandrealty.
cam Crossland Realty
Inc. (352) 726-6644


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(352) 794-0888
(352) 586-6921
Exit Realty Leaders of
Crystal River

CAPE CODE 2 STORY
NEW 5/2.5/2, 2,900 SF,
front porch, $299K
Alex Choto, Fl. Realty &
Auction. (352) 628-0968
Charming 3/1, On large
water accessible lot,
completely renovated
and move in ready,
100% Financing avail.
$130,000. (352)628-1062
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Energy Efficient Home,
AC/Heat and fans, 3BR,
3BA, Office, great rm.
w/ FP, form. Din. Rm.,
Lg. Kit, w/ breakfast
Nook & pantry. Lg.
Utility Rm & Fl. Rm. Roll
shutters on all windows.
Lg, workshop w/
attached Canopies,
on 3 Lots. Located In
Connell Heights at
5730 W. Paul Bryant Dr.,
$349,000. obo Call
(352) 795-3334 for appt.
Lake, River, ponds,
pool & spa. Don't buy till
you see this house
at buyowner.com
TPA-62724 audio tour
@ 1-877-940-7777
TPA-62724 Open
Sat & Sun. 1-4pm

Need a mortgage
& banks won't help?
Self-employed,
all credit issues
Bankruptcy OK.
Associate Mortgage
352-344-0571
www.amnamortgage.
con


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GREAT HOME ON 1 AC.I
2/2/2, new roof, renov.
In 2004. Open floor,
w/spllt plan $179,900
Terri Hortman Crossland
Realty (352)726-6644
OWNER FINANCE
Unbelievable Deal
2/1 block home with
carport & utility rm.
Move in cond: Only
$69,900 (352) 726-6785




2 STORY CHARMERI
4/2.5/2, 2,978 st. Above
gmd pool w/deck.
$299K Margaret Baker,
EXIT REALTY
(352) 422-0877
9705 Pimpernel Ln.
3/2, Fireplace,
fenced corner lot.
Must sell FAST $105.000
352-601-3851/464-1697
3/2/1 on 1/4 ACRE
Block home, 6 X 24
Scrnd room., FP, Newer
carpet & apple. Inc.
W/D $135K
(352) 212-7269
$50k BELOW APPRAISAL
Like new 3500 sf, Coun-
try Ranch, on 2.4 acre
corner lot, w/ attached
2 story garage apt.
Reduced to $360.k
Contact owner
352-220-8310

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Home on Beautiful
7 Rivers Golf & C.C.,
Private course. Choice
location! Seeing is be-
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Why Pay More???
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BROKERS/REALTORS
CITRUS REALTY GROUP
(352)795-0060
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Down. Owner Fin.
3bed/2bath/lgarage
New carpet, paint, tile,
$139,900.
352-637-2973
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'03, HOMES OF MERIT
1600sf, 3/2 on 2 acres,
paved driveway, front &
rear decks, carport,
no Brokers, $145,000.
(352) 628-2541
2/1/1 CB, 1.2AC, LANAI
fenced, 2 sheds, new
paint, flooring & appll's,
$115,000. Realtors Wel-
come 1181 W. Cardinal
St. (727) 207-1207
3/2 CB ON 1 AC
139K
Nice homes only area.
New hurc. stds.
Woodlook/tile fl, trees,
fenced Nicel Hurryl (352)
621-0438, 232-5014
3/2/2, Fire place
Fenced yard, Lg. Trees
/2 acre, sprinkler sys.,
quiet dead end street.
Cash or lease opt.
$169,000. (352)503-3333
3/2/3 Royal Coachmani
2031 sf. Tray Ceilings,
Corian, Tile, $239,000
Charlene & Peggy EXIT
Realty(352) 464-4179




FSBO 4/2V2/3
Solar heated pool
home. 2200sqff on half
acre fenced, fireplace,
for sale/lease. $220K
OBO 609-820-0049














REDUCED
New Stunning 3/2/21
Wd floors, tile kit. maple
cabs, w/stone. MBR
w/ig. BA w/jacuz, tub.
$190K (727) 215-8957



BEAUTIFUL 5/3/2
(2 La. Master Suites)
Nearly 2,700 sf. Split
plan, eat-in kitchen,
covered & scrnd lanai.
Oak Village, SMW
$254,900. For an appt.
to see. (352) 382-7877






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(352)795-0060


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


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(352)795-0060


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Barbara Hopkins
Realtor
www.citruscounty
forsale.com
ERA AMERICAN
FSBO Brentwood 2/2/2
"Shows Like Newl"
Loaded w/upgrades.
A MUST SEEI Won't last
@ $179,900.
(352) 422-4086
GOLF VILLA 2/2/2+
Terra Vista Cust. Home
5th Green Skyview G.C.
$359K Jim Zllllgen
Franklin Realty Consult.
(352) 746-7512
MEADOWVIEW VILLA
In CITRUS HILLS 2/2/1
w/FI. rm. New appli's.
Flooring &
mechanicals new
in '03, furn. neg.
2324 N Santa Rosa Pt.
$159,000.
217-898-6961

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$150+Million SOLDIII
Please Call for Details
& Market Analysis
RON & KARNA NEITZ
BROKERS/REALTORS
CITRUS REALTY GROUP
(352)795-0060
OAKS GC 3/2-1/2/2
Must see model home
asking $273,900. Make
offer. (352) 746-3217
(770) 834-1967
www.yourAtlanta.net
TERRA VISTA 2/2/2
Den, tile, corian, main
free nearly new. Priced
below new construct.
$319,000(352) 291-2403
Terra Vista BEST BUYII
1700+ sq. ft.
Villa, 3/2/2. Private
Premium lot.
Must seel Save$70,000.
$269,000.(352) 527-3965
TERRA VISTA Villa 2/2/2
W/den, tile throughout,
expanded lanai &
garage. Wooded
viewl $259,900
(352) 746-1673

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Cony, gated 6omm,
Lg 2465Sf, paver drive,
great+ Fam. Rm, Wet
Bar, FP, tile, Lrg Scr
Lanal on lake, $239K,
Many extras
(352) 560-0031




2 or 3BR, 2BA Screen
porch, Old oaks, citrus
trees, access to lakes,
$125,000. 1850S.'
Westlake Dr. (352)
212-4835 Owner/Agent
2/2/2, family rm, vinyl
enclosed lanal, NEW
CH/A & windows.
Completely remodeled
$155,000 352-344-8892
3/2/2 POOL HOME
Highlands on 1/3 ac.,
Open Split Plan, 16 X 32
Inground pool. Moving,
Make offers $149,900
(352) 726-0437
3/2/2, Neat As A PInI
1720 S.F. + Additional
RV parking. Bonus rm.
$227,000 John Holloway
RE/MAX Realty One,
Inv. (352) 637-6200
3/2/2 $125,900
1006 Princeton Lane
Faim. rm. fenced yard
Open Sat. & Sun.
(352) 344-1907
(352) 563-4169
3/2/2 on ACREAGE
Many upgrades
Perfect to grow In tol
$314,900 Jenny Morelll
RE/MAX Realty One,
Inv. (352)637-6200
4/2/2 Pool Home, 1 Ac.
3,600 sf undr rf. $195K
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352-382-3879




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5 BEDROOMI $59,900
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800-366-9783 Ext F5714
5.9 Acres, wooded and
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$420.000 or Home on
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(352)795-1454


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Realtor
Your Satisfaction is
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(352) 794-0888
(352) 586-6921
Exit Realty Leaders of
Crystal River

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(352) 613-3503
Keller Williams
Realty
CRYSTAL RIVER 3/2 on
5 ac. Stables, Shed,
fncd. w/2 pastures.
Paved road front w/
paved drive. Lg. Oaks
$159K (352) 746-5918
HOME FOR SALE
On Your Lot, $110,900.
3/2/1, w/Laundry
Atkinson Construction
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-63204, (352) 613-0232

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ONE OF A KIND
Bring your horse 3/2/2
on 2 ac. 2 paddocks,
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(352) 726-8348




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Lease Option, Inglis,
Lake Ruosseau Canel
front, 1.75 acres. 2003,
4/2, MF Home$10Omo
+ Dep (352) 302-4057
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100% FINANC. 2/2Y2,
City W/S, Waterfront,
$99,800. SUPER BUYI
(352) 860-2554
3/2/1 new paint, tile,.
carpet, W/D, glass enc
lanai. waterview villa.
Low maint. fee, adj.
9-hole golf, free RV &
boat strg. Comm pool.
15- mins from 1-75.
$135K
Best Deal in Moorings
Call 352-201-2800
CH, Forest Ridge
2/2/1,. $132K memb.
avail., (352) 726-1812
HUNTER SPRINGS
One bedroom, 1st floor,
central air/heat, com-
pletely remodeled,
new appliances, granite
counter tops, boat slip,
common area Tiki Hut,
private swimming area,
covered parking, beau-
tiful view, $265,000 ~
(352) 207-8463-
appointment only
INVERNESS VILLAGE
2/2, 1st floor, remod.,
encl. lanai, strg., fully
turn. Asking $89,900
(352) 344-2325
(904)716-7524
TSALA LAKE
ACCESS
Turnkey 2/1, wooded
views, pier, near Inver-
ness, priv prch, public
water, new d/w & range,
washer, CHA. $68,500
813-988-7493


CaRus CouNn, (FL) CHRoNicLE


Deb Infantine
EXIT REALTY LEADERS
(352) 302-8046
2 TOWN HOMES
3/2/2 $197,500
2/2 $185,000
Dock, Comun. Pool, all
Appli's., scrn prch. more
352-237-7436/812-3213
2/1 CONDO Waterfront
Community. Dock, Pri-
vate Lanai $69,000
8740 E. Moonrise Ln.
Floral City
(352) 344-0151


NATURE PRESERVE VIEW
THE ISLANDS of
CRYSTAL RIVER
Waterfront, 2/2, 1,600 sf.
furn., Asking $295,000
(352) 563-0103
Whispering Pines Villa
2-3Bdrm. 2Bath,
I Garage, new flooring
& paint outside main-
tenance provided.
relocating out of State
will sell furnished or un-
furn. $129,000. obo
352-586-5064, or
419-852-0990
WINDERMERE
INVERNESS
By owner, end unit
2/2 Pristine cond.
Wtr/dock access,
$164,000. 352-860-2143
or 269-449-3492




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7 Rivers Golf & C.C.,
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Location! Seeing is be-
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creek.com
(888)625-8950
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Mountain Sacrificel 5
acres- $59,900, NOW
$39,900. Valley views,
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2/2 (2003) BY OWNER
on Ozello Deep/Wide
Canal. Stilt home, new
dock, boat ramp. Dbl.
lot. Bonus rm. Immac.
Cond, Furnished $385K/
Unfurnished $379K
(352) 795-3366/
(904) 673-2427
2/2, FL Rm., Open Lake,
Boat Dock, city water/
swr. 1214 Lakeshore Dr.
jay, $249K 352-341-0509
(434) 489-1384 Cell
4/3.5/2 In YANKEETOWN
3,514 sf. Formal areas,
French Drs. gazebo &
guesthouse.$1,285,000
Nancy Lewis, EXIT
REALTY(352) 302-6082
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Fine Homes,
Acreage, Waterfront,
Commercial
(352) 795-1182
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INAVR ES OnL Inc.C

Direct Riverfront
Homosassa
Dock, cvr'd slip, approx,
/2 ac. 2400 sf. 2/2/2,
$599,000. 352-220-4304
Floral City, Key West
Style CB, 2/1, CH &A
Scorn. in ground heated
pool, dock, sea wall,
complete total renova-
tion $209,000. Also
1/1 or 2/1, CH & A new
bamboo hardwood fir.,
custom kit, complete
total renovation, front
& rear decks $182,500.
(352) 586-9498
INVERNESS GOLF & C.C.
Board boat in back &
drive golf cart out front!
3/2/3, 3,352 SF under rf.
Heated pool with
waterfall, dock, many
extras! $419,900
Fully furnished,
Including golf cartll
(352) 637-0184
INVERNESS
Pritchard Island 2/2 .
condo, 2 story end unit.
Open water by dock
$185,000 352-400-0053
LAKE HENDERSON
2/2/2 GOSPEL ISLAND
Open lake, tile, Fl. rm.
Boat dock, glass encl.
porch. By Owner,
$198,000. 352-228-0795


Lk, Henderson, Invern.
702 S. Juniper Wy.
$229K(352) 341-0509
(434) 489-1384 Cell
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RIVERHAVEN VILLAGE
2/2/2 Dock on Canal,
mln to gulf, many up-
grades.$325,000
(352) 637-0765
(352) 628-4249
WATERFRONT
HERNANDO.Spaclous
3/2/2, 3100 sq ft under
roofAppt. only. $279,900
(352) 341-5611




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Quiet Area * $85,000.
P (352) 220-3769 a
Connell Hghts /2 Ac
Homes only, Cul De Sac
$25k. 5825W Woodhill Ct
(352) 302-0801
CRYSTAL RIVER
Mini Farms 2.5 Acre Lot
Well, Septic & Impact
fees paid, $47,900,
(352) 586-9349
Exclusive Waterfront
Prl Comm, Duval Island,
Rd access, .6 acre
(305) 233-7363
FLORAL CITY
Waterfront, off Hwy
41 & Gobbler +- 1/4
acre(305) 233-7363
A + A + A

GOOD LAND
IS HARD TO FIND!

IT'S OUR SPECIALTY
SINCE 19289
www.crossland
realty.com
Crossland
Realty Inc.
(352) 726-6644

WATERFRONT
Corner Lot, access to
Hernando, 165 ft on
canal (305) 233-7363



GRANDFATHER OAKS &
A Dream House View
.66 Ac. w/Outbuildings
$249,900 Harley Hough,
EXIT Realty
(352) 400-0051



$0 Money Down Owner
wants out! 2 excep-
tional CIt. Sprg. Vacant
Lots. Please just make
payments 941-924-5120
Buy One Get One Free
Financing Avail. Free
Weekend getaway
www.floridalandowner
finance.com
(732) 996-3785
INVERNESS
TWO - 1/2 ACRE LOTS
Baymeadows
Beautiful, live oaks,
underground utilities,
deed res., Agents
welcome, $61,000. ea
Call (352) 637-5234
Ocala National Forest
Lots $500 Down $199
Month 352-239-5520
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Residential 1/2 AC. LOT
Truck & Crosby Ct.
Suited to home/MH
$26,500 (352) 341-3300



ADJACENT LAKE LOTS
Water Is down, so are
prices. Up to 6 lots
New Ph. # 941-400-3743
AWESOME DIXIE BAY
80 X 108 Lot, Seawall
$275,000 Owner Fin,
Ron Egnot,1st Choice
Coldwell Banker.
(352) 287-9219
Buy One Get One Free
Financing Avail. Free
Weekend getaway
www.floridalandowner
finance.com
(732) 996-3785
CRYSTAL RIVER
Deep Water Canal
quick access to CR &
Gulf, Surveyed/water,
85 x 115, $295,000. obo
(352) 220-6056
GULF ACCESS LOT
11306 W Coral Ct, CR.
215 FT canal lot, quick
access to CR & Gulf.
GEO survey done. Rdy to
Build. Water & sewer
hook-ups. $224,900.
Tom McMurray @Keller
Williams Realty
352 302-1419, 344-1113.
OZELLO - Gulf w/no
bridges. Beautiful sunset
view Cleared lot.
$129K (813) 996-0239




2 CANOPIES
1 Is 10X20, $75;
2nd 18X20, $150:
Both good cond.
(352) 621-5234
1993 115HP YAMAHA
Rebuilt w/warr.
1987 225HP EVINRUDE
Rebuilt w/warr.
$2750 each.
(352) 564-1324
TRANSOM MOUNT
POLING PLATFORM
Never used! $425 OBO
(352) 228-2231



2 Kayaks
14ft. Perception
Coronas w/.Rudder
$1,200. or $650. ea.
(352) 588-7209 Lecanto
YAHMAHA
'94, 750SS, tandem tri,
good cond., low hrs
$1,000 OBO
(352) 637-6407
YAMAHA
WAVERAIDER
Jet Skis. 95 & 96 w/trims.
exc. runners adult
driven $3.700 for both
352-302-5300/795-1013




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18 FT. MONTEREY
BOAT 1998
3.0L 190 HP Mercruiser w
trailerpwr tilt-trim, life
vests.skis 352-447-2385
after 5pm, $5000 obo
2003 DECK BOAT
21' Bennington: '03
140HP Johnson
4-Stroke w/approx 260
hrs, 03 Performance
tandem axel alum trailer
w/brakes, depth finder,
CD stereo, changing
room, 10' Bimini, full
cover, carpet, fish pkg
w/ pedestal seats, pres-
surized shower, no
wood +many more op-
tions. Will demo. Can
email pics, $20,500
OBO- 212-3479

14'-28'
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(352) 563-5510
15' BOMBER
BASS BOAT, 70HP John-
son, Trolling mtr. Trailer
& cover. Clean, $2695/
obo. (260) 519-3920
25' SPORTCRAFT
W/traller.1Mercrulser I/O,
350HP. Runs good,
Cuddy cabin, Ready.
$4,900. (352) 613-6834
'97 MONARK JOHN
Boat, 16', 20HP Merc.
Jet foot, Bimini, top.
Galv. trailer. $3,300/
obo (352) 634-2516
AIRBOAT
13FT 4 cyl., Cont.
Aircraft eng., no trailer,
$3,995 (352) 344-9582
AIRBOAT
13ft, with trailer, 403
Buick, good project
boat, $2,600 obo
(352) 464-1170
AIRBOAT
15', Fiberglass Hull, side
rod boxes, Cadillac V8,
Incl. trl $8000
(352) 726-6763
AIRBOAT 20 X 8
454 2 tol belt w/ wood
prop, comm. grade hull,
exc. flsh/ride& tri
$14,500 352-628-5222
ALUMINUM BOAT
14' w/trlr. , 18hp
Evinrude, 20 lb. thrust,
elec. trolling mtr., depth
finder, new 12 V batt.
$1,250 (352) 634-3666
ALUMINUM BOAT
2072 G-3
2003,115hp, 4 stroke,
trailer, 85hrs $14,000
OBO (352) 302-2392


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140 hp, Mercrulser, gal.
trir,, full cover, Exc.
Cond. All acc, $3,900
firm. (352) 489-1639
CABIN CRUISER
32', twin V8, low hrs,
gaily, head w/ shower,
turn key, A/C.could be
live aboard, will trade
for sailboat. $14,500.
(352) 613-6834
CENTURY
AEROGLASS '88, 21',
Merc. 260 Hp, Cuddy,
Freshwater boat
$4,900 (352)613-2226
CHAPPARAL 25'
'96 Sunesta Deck Boat,
w/trlr. New 350 MPI
Mercruiser w/5 hrs,
Needs cushions &
bimini top & some
wiring. $8,500
352-436-4143/302-1658
CRIS CRAFT 23'
I/O, w/ brand new 350
Chevy engine, cuddy
cab. Runs beautiful!
$8,000 (352)621-1207
FIBERCRAFT
17',center console,
115hp just serv. runs
great, $2,950
(352) 621-0848
HARRIS DECTCRAFT
1978,17', w/Blmlni top,
80hp motor, runs good
$1400 419-343-7234
MUST SELL
Mariah 95,18ft In/Out-
board, Fiberglass& Trailer
ury 3.0LX Mtr $5000.00.
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S POLAR
'97,18ft, fiberglass, extra
wide, live well, new
bimini top, center
console, 90hp Yamaha
exc. cond. w/ trir &
extras $7,500 obo
352-628-4258/453-6292
PONTOON
'89 30ft Party Hut, 85HP,
extras, with trailer,
$3,500 obo
(352) 464-1170
PRO-LINE 2550
'92, Dual Merc. 150,
rebuilt in Nov.
10' beam, in water, all
electronics, no tfir.
$19,500 (352) 220-8691
RENDEZVOUS'
Deck boat, 21', 150hp
merc, new bimini top.
Great buy! $10,000
(352) 621-0848
A 19' SAILBOAT A
Alum. Mast w/Trlr.
$4,600 Book/Offers?
A (352)795-9621A

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BOAT DONATIONS
Tax Deductible @
appraised value
when donated to a
43 year old
non-reporting
501-C-3 Charity.
Maritime Ministries
(352) 795-9621


SEA ERA
2000 ,23' walk around
cuddy, w/ 200hp
Johnson, w/ trir.
$10,500
(352) 621-0848
SEA RAY 185
'99, w/4.3 Merc., I/O.
Just Serviced & runs
great. Very Clean,
$12,500 (352) 621-0848
SEA RAY LAGUNA
21',Center console, w/
200hp Merc., runs
great, lots of extras,'05
allum. trlr,. $13, 900-
(352) 621-0848 -
SEAARK -
18ft, 65 jet, has a trolling
motor, center console,
depth, GPS, ss.
$8,795 352-622-6915
SKI BOAT
16', Fiberglass, No
motor, on tri with
title, Good condition
$275 352-637-6407
THUNDERCRUISE
15-/2FT fiberglass VA8HP
Evinrude, galv. trailer,
trim & tilt, depth finder,
Exc. $3,000 212-1648
WELL CRAFT 19'
200 Elite, 350 I/O, '84,
Kentucky Riverboati
Been In Saltwater twice
$3,900 (352) 270-3358
WELLCRAFT 19'.
'87 open bow, 140HP
I/O, '87 Tandem trlr. Low
hrs. $3500/obo or Poss.
trade. (352) 726-6864
WELLCRAFT
'96 "Eclipse" 19FT Cuddy
cabin, Mercruiser I/O
Boat & trailer in great
shape, plus extras,
$5,800 (352) 726-4490




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CHEVY 35' 1986
Conversion Bus/RV.
Outfitted w/facilities &
cabinetry. $2900/
obo. (352) 341-5777
Euro Coach
'89,460 Ford, 51k mf.,.
2 yrs. new, 7 new tirds,
brakes, water puml,
belts, hoses, all new
leather furn., 3 new
batteries, Satellite
Dish, new carpet ect.
Quality Coach$15,500
obo 352-212-6182
FORD
1986 Shasta, 27 ft
Motor Home, 95k ml.
$6,250.
(352) 586-9498
RGORGE TOWN XL
'06,32', 2 slides, loaded
7k mi., under warranty
$70,000. like new
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Sun Voyager, '98 Diesel
pusher, qu. bed, 2 AC's,
W&D, 23.500mi $37,900/
obo. (352) 628-4053
HOLIDAY
2003, Rambler, Class A,
34', Diesel, pusher,
16,000mi, loaded,
Immaculate, $85,900.
352-302-5754
MONARCH
2000, 34', w/slide, 30K.
V-10, NS. Spotlessi Just
serviced. $47,000
Lecanto (352)746-9457
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Available
on Motor Home
Needed for our
Mobile Counselling
Maritime Ministries
(352) 795-9621
WINNEBAGO
'95, Vectra, 32 ft.
42k miles, basement,
air & heat
$35,000. 352-795-1833




28' DUTCHMEN
'96 5th wheel, large slo,
sleeps 6, hitch included,
$7000, 352-564-4225, -
e-mail pictures available
ADVANTAGE 2004
5th whl. 36' 3 slides,
Asking $26,900/obo.
(352) 270-3349
Carrilite
1997,31 ft., 5th Wheel
$13,500
Call (352) 220-4192
DREAMS 2005 31FT
TRAVEL TRAILER
Recreation by Design, like
new, needs appliances
and some work. Asking
_ $5,500 352 447-2759
Jayco
1992, Eagle, 26ft, 5th
wheel, I slide, very nice
cond., $5,500.
Rock Crusher RV Park
(715) 281-7070
LAYTON 29'
Sips. 6, New refrig. &
tires, fully equipped
w/'98 Dodge Durango.
New tires,.4X4, V-8, Exc.
cond. $13,900.
Call (352)601-4647
PROWLER 32'
'93, 1 slide, rear BR, very
clean. Great Price!
$7,800 (352) 621-0848
REAL-LITE
'91 Slide in camper 18FT
shower, toilet, ref.. stove
like new $2,900 obo
795-8001 or 212-5292
STARCRAFT
1993, 21' Starflyer
Pop-up. A/C, extras,
sleeps 6, good cond.
$1250 o.b.o. 212-9415
TRAVEL TRAILER
'07 33FT 16ft Super slide
cent. air, qu. bed, W/D
Must sell Will deliver!
$19,200 (863) 660-8539




- CAMARO, 1996, V-6,
auto, AC, PS, PD, PL
t-tops, new tires. Hit in
right rear side. Runs &
drives. Gd. Frame.
$1200. 352-726-6864
Car Trailer
1 yr. old 16', all steel w/
slide in ramps, remova-
ble fender, spare tire,
dual axle, 90001b. elect.
winch w/ 100' cable
Must sell $2,300. firm
(352)341-0483
S-10 Flat Fiberglass
Tonneau Cover
$800
(352) 220-9883
WHEELS &
TRAILER TIRES
5-15" FORD VAN
ALLOYS W/CENTERS
LIKE NEW $ 250
4-ST205/75D1W5 TRAILER
TIRES LIKE NEW $120
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6sp man., mnrf, 50K,
6cd $15,900/obo or
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BUICK
2000, Park Avenue, V6,
3.8 liter, all leather,
white exc cond,
94K, $6200.OBO,
(352) 382-3878
CHEVROLET
2004 Cavalier LS, 4 dr.,
silver AT, fully equipped,
very clean 22K mi.
$8,000 (352) 726-6979
CHEVY
'93. Z34 Lumrnina,
recently rebuilt engine/
trans., new tires,
needs clip $500. obo
(352) 564-9535
CHEVY CORVETTE
'00 Convert. 40K, Vipor
serv, sys, ground ef-
fects, cust. seats, mag-
netic red metal flake,
$28,500(352) 344-1562
CHRYSLER LHS '95
Sunroof, Loadedl
Leather, all mnt.
records, CD player
$2,400.(352) 464-4686
CHRYSLER SEBRING
'98 Convert, auto, AC,
very dependable.
30MPG, $3300. Crys.
River. (727) 207-1619
EAGLE SUMMIT
'96 wagon, (Mitsubishi)
excellent shape Kelly
bluebk $4,500 asking
$3,895 (352) 726-4129
FORD ESCORT
1997, Runs & Looks
Good! $2,000 OBO
28 mpg. & good tires
(352) 628-7040
FORD TAURUS
'96 Wagon, full pwr.
Cold AC. Reliable, runs
good. $1,700 obo
(352) 726-0437
HONDA CIVIC '98
150K, 3500, Grn, Clean
carfax, lowered, intake,
exhaust, strut bars, infin-
ity spkrs, 17" rims, runs
great! (352) 613-4447
HYUNDAI
'02, Sonata, 4-dr., auto.,
30mpg, air, PW, PB,
cruise, CD, $10,775
(352) 422-7717
LEXUS
'03, SC 430, Hard top
Convertible, 45K, GPS,
Fully loaded! $33,500
(352) 302-7042
MERCEDES
'86, 300SDL. Exc. cond.
263K hwy mi., Looks
and rides like dream!
$4,900 352-465-1519
MERCURY
'92, Grand Marquis LS,
mech. sound, full pwr.
Keyless entry$1,800. obo
(352) 726-5548
MERCURY COUGAR XR7
'96 Loaded, 56K, econ
V-8, AC, cass. Clean
$3650. (352) 382-4541.
MITSUBISHI 3000GT
1998
53,000 mi, Lots of extras
$10, 500 OBO, 621-3255,
302-4070
Monte Carlo
'87 Hobby Stock Race
Car. Built for Citrus
Speed Way, New Car
never been raced,
too much too list,
$3,500.(352) 464-2426
MUSTANG
'99, 6 CYL. Blue
$4,300
(352) 464-1401
NISSAN ALTIMA
1995, 5 spd.,
RunsStrongI $1,850
(352) 586-1872
PONTIAC
BONNEVILLE SSE 1993
130k, Red,A/C,Dual air
bags, AM/FM/Cass, 16'
* alloy, $2000 564-9192
PONTIAC
GRAND AM SE96',
looks/drives exc., ice
cold A/C, new trans.,
1st $1,900 352-422-5685
Pontiac Bonneville
1989, A/C, loaded, low
miles, 3800 V-6, garage
kept, immaculate
$3,200 352-270-3050


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'91 2dr, SE, AC, 78K.
Auto, Cass. Clean
$2575. (352) 212-4882
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2004, Corolla, 4dr, auto,
4 cycle, white w/ gray
interior, CD, pwr
locks/wind, 40mi to gall,
less than 8,000mi, Exc
cond,$11,000FIrm
(352) 726-1975
TOYOTA CAMRY
1996,160K, good cond.
clean 3,500
(352) 400-1193

'03 MERCURY SABLE GS
f Owner, toaded............. $8,995
'U2 TOYOTA CAMRY LE
Pw Optons, Only...........$9,995
'03NISSAN ALTIMAS
Loaded, Lt. Green.......$12,990



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'69 Chevy C-10gPU
Rare Shrtbd SS W/slde
mt spare .Org V-8 12V
$3,500/352-628-0091
'76 MERCEDES BENZ
240D MODEL. Orig, nice
cond, Ice cold air.
$3,000/obo,
352-447-0734/219-51894
FORD 1966 F-100
Pick up. Camper spec.
V-8, Auto, I owner,
Truck comply Orig.
No rust. Orig. Paint
$8000/bo. 352-726-6864
MERCEDES
Convertible, 450SL
Garage Kept, Beautiful,
sea mist green, saddle
interior, much work
done, Must Seel
$11,500. (352) 586-9498
PLYMOUTH '41
"Business Coupe"
All original. Runs &
In beautiful shape
$18K (352)621-1207





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CHEV. S-10 '95
V-6, 5 speed, Ext. cab.
Exc. cond.
Call (352) 726-3501
CHEVROLET
'88, 3/4 Ton, 4 WD, V8,
5 spd. man. (O/D) w/
new clutch -full 8ft bed,
W-F/G shell $2,650 obo
(352) 726-7473
CHEVY S-10
1998, auto, 113K,
$2,200
(352) 586-1872
MAZDA
1989 pickup Need
motor $250.
w/ cap. $300.
Must Sell
(352)341-0483
NISSAN FRONTIER
SE' 01 Crew Cab, 4dr.
V-6 AT, AC, PS, PB, PW,
PL. 122k mi. Great
cond. Many extras.
$9,750bo 352-220-6538
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'06, Liberty, Limited
fully loaded,
under 14k miles
$21,700. (352) 464-4868
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2001 Grand Cherokee
Limited, leather, 4x4,
exc. cond., poss. owner
finance $13,000 obo
(352) 726-9369
SUBURBAN 4x4
1988, Navy/grey, front
& rear air, tow pkg.
Clean & solid machine.
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2001, 4x 4, V-6,
3 Doors, ext. cab.,
Only14K! $15,900.
(352) 746-1126
CHEVY TAHOE
1998, Leather Int, all
pwr. 2K on new motor.
$6,500
352-476-3775/637-2437
DODGE RAM 2500
'01 4x4 V-8 Magnum,
4dr. auto., ac, Warn
winch, Runs exc. First
$7,500 35:2-302-8210
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'90, Wrangler Islander,
6 cyl, 5 spd., AC, CD,
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CHEVY 1995
HIGH-TOP
CONVERSION 2500
Low ml. 101pass. Exc.
cond, Capt. Chairs, TV,
$8495 (352) 422-0294
CHEVY ASTRO '01
58K ml. Loaded, keyless
entry, rear air, comp.
disk player. Vy gd.
$8000 (352) 489-7622
CHEVY, ASTRO
1996, 66,600 ml.,
$6,000 w/poss. boat
deal. (352) 628-9978
CHRYSLER
Town & Country, 7 seat,
82K, $3,200 AC, bucket,
CD, tint, power, good
cond (352) 746-4789
DODGE RAM 1500
Conversion Van, '03. 2.5L
V-8, 24K, AC Fr &rr,
loaded. Immac. cond.
$16,500 (352) 249-9144
FORD
'95 Aerostar,
$1,300
(352) 287-9042
FORD
'98 E-250 utility bins &
drawers, ladder rack.
Exc. shape. $6,500
(352) 422-0716
HONDA
'95 Odyssey, runs well,
243K mi., $550
(352) 344-0919
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TOYOTA SIENNA
'01,97k, ac, P/W, P/L,
P/M, keyless, CD, CC,
rear AC, $7,500
(352) 628-6537
YAMOTO
150 cc AIV, good
cond., asking $700 obo
(352) 726-9234
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2006 Kawasaki
KX250T6F. Less than 20
hrs, over $41K worth of
extras (racing head,
pistons, valves, suspen-
sion, exhaust, etc.),
service contract, will
sacrifice for $7,500.
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HARLEY DAVIDSON
2006, Street Glide.
1450CC, Like Newl
2,150 ml, bik, $16,500
obo (352) 400-0360
Harley Davidson
'97, Sportster, 883, w/
1200 screamin eagle
kit. Runs great!$4,995
obo (352)637-0397
HARLEY DAVIDSON
Classic 1972 FLH Big
Twin, Electrogllde
$9,800 (352) 726-2869
HARLEY DAVIDSON
FXDB1, Dyna Street
Bob, black. 2,600 ml.
Extrasl $12,500
(352)220-2324
HD 2004 SPORTSTER
883 custom. 4,300 miles
Senior owned. Rubber
mounted. Two-toned.
4.5 gal. tank, FWD
controls. Screaming
Eagle pipes, AC, and
Jetting. Corbin GF seat.
Many extras, Much
Chrome. Flawlessi
$6,900 352-634-4685
HONDA
'05 Shadow, 600 VLX,
showroom perfect
2,300 ml. $4,300
(352) 341-4755
HONDA
'05, VTX, 1300S, 3300 mi.
red, has light bar, LED
lights, eng. guard, wind
shield, Mustang seat
$7,800. 352 527-3641
HONDA
'06 VT750 217 mi., retail
$5,800. Sell for $5,200
(563) 260-3548,
Inverness
KAWASAKI
VULCAN 1997
750cc 9K mi. Red & Bik
Org. Adult Owner $3400.
(352)382-4205
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Suzuki
'06, Bergman 650
In warr. 800 ml. new,
white, extras, $6,000.
(352) 465-7755
SUZUKI 2005
BOULEVARD S40 650cc
Adult owned, black,
4K mi. $3100.
(352) 447-4098
SUZUKI Boulevard
2006, C50T.
Like New! $6,250
(352) 726-5429
SUZUKI SV-1000
'03,2K ml, lowered, pwr
command dyno, many
extras, fast, w/helmet
j56,MQ (352) 621-3764
VW Trike
1835CC Sweet Running
Motor, FI. Title, 90% com-
plete needs fenders
and F/G saddlebags at-
tached, can drive as is
Have parts to complete
$4,000. (352) 341-0483
YAMAHA
'01 ,YZ426, sat in garage
3yrs, lots of upgrades,
super fast. Just serve. @
Martains of Ocala
$3,000 OBO
352-464-4170
YAMAHA
'05 V-Star 1100 Classic
2,400 ml., w/shleld,
bags, nice pipes, $6,500
obo (352) 628-4053
Yamaha
2001, 650 VStar, direct
Drive, 2k miles, garage
kept, lots of extras looks
and sounds like HD
$4,750. (352) 586-9498


Notice to Creditors
Estate of
Edythe E. Surland
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 2007-CP-195
IN RE: ESTATE OF
EDYTHE E. SURLAND a/k/a
EDYTHE ELEANOR
SURLAND,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ES-
TATE:
You are hereby noti-
fied that an Order of Sum-
mary Administration has
been entered In the Es-
tate of EDYTHE E.
SURLAND a/k/a EDYTHE
ELEANOR SURLAND, de-
ceased. File No.
2007-UGP-195, by the Cir-
cult Court for Citrus
County, Florida,.. Probate
Division, the address of
which is 110 N, Apopka
Avenue, Inverness, FL
34450; that the
decedent's date of death
was April 23, 2006; that
the total cash value of
the estate Is $3,973.02
and that the names and
address of those to whom
It had been assigned by
such order are:
CHARLES SURLAND
5218 S. Mt. Carmel,
WItchlta, KS 67217
SUSAN SURLAND
3 Street Maxine,


Laguna NIguel, CA
92677
JOHN T. SULAND, JR,
310 Sandra Lane,
Woodruff. SC 29388
CYNTHIA K. ESSIG
10234 E. Squirrel Place,
Floral City, FL 34436
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the es-
tate of the decedent and
other persons having
claims or . demands
against estate of the de-
cedent other than those
listed In the Order of Sum-
mary Administration must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DE-
MANDS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED,
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE. ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publica-
tion of this Notice Is March
13,2007.
Personal Giving Notice:
/s/ JOHN T. SURLAND, JR.
310 Sandra Lane
Woodruff, SC 29388
Attorney for Person Giving
Notice:
DONALD F, PERRIN. PA,
By: /s/ Donald F. Perrin
FL Bar No, 164338
Post Office Box 250
Inverness, FL 34451-0250
Telephone: (352) 726-6767
Published two (2) times in
the Citrus County Chroni-
cle, March 13 and 20,
2007.
579-0320 TUCRN
CITRUS COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR CITRUS
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2007-1164
IN RE: THE FORFEITURE a
2003 Chevrolet Truck, VIN
No. 1GCGK13U73F128301
, a 1968 Chevrolet 2 Door
Passenger Car, VIN No.
124378N483676, Five
Thousand Six Hundred
Dollars In U.S. Currency
($5,600.00) and a Rolex
Watch by the Citrus
County Sheriff's Office.
Plaintiff
vs.
JOSE GUIDO MENENDEZ,
Claimant.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
THE CITRUS COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE has
seized and Intends to
have forfeited to it a 2003
Chevrolet Truck, VIN No.
1GCGK13U73F128301 , a
1968 Chevrolet 2 Door
Passenger Car, VIN No.
124378N483676, Five
Thousand Six Hundred
Dollars In U.S. Currency
($5.600.00) and a Rolex
Watch pursuant to the
Florida Contraband For-
feiture Act, Chaeter 932.
Florida Statutes. The
aforementioned a 2003
Chevrolet Truck, VIN No.
1GCGK13U73F128301 , a
1968 Chevrolet 2 Door
Passenger Car, VIN No.
124378N483676. Five
Thousand Six Hundred
Dollars In U.S. Currency
($5,600.00) and a Rolex
Watch was seized by the
Citrus County Sheriff's Of-
fice on January 26, 2007,
in the vicinity of 3732 W.
Douglas Fir Circle, Beverly
Hills. Citrus County. Florida.
The CITRUS COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE has filed,
or will Immediately here-.
after file, a Forfeiture
Complaint/Verified Peti-
tion for Forfeiture with the
Clerk of Circuit Court. Cit-
rus County Courthouse,
110 North Apopka Ave-
nue, Inverness, Florida
34450. Any person, or per-
sons, claiming an Interest
In the aforementioned a
2003 Chevrolet Truck, VIN
No. ' 1GCGKI3U73F128301
. a 1968 Chevrolet 2 Door
Passenger Car, VIN No.
124378N483676, Five
Thousand Six Hundred
Dollars in U.S. Currency
($5,600.00) and a Rolex
Watch sought to be for-
feited should notify the.
below mentioned attor-
ney for the Citrus County
Sheriff's Office so as to
protect any legal or equl-
table rights said claimant
may have In said Truck,
Car, U.S. Currency and
Rolex watch. Any person
who has an Interest In said
Truck, Car, U.S. Currency
and Rolex watch has the
right to request an ad-
versarial preliminary hear-
ing to determine whether
the Citrus County Sheriff's
Office had probable
cause to believe that the
aforementioned a 2003
Chevrolet Truck, VIN No.
1GCGK13U73F128301 , a
1968 Chevrolet 2 Door
Passenger Car, VIN No.
124378N483676, Five
Thousand Six Hundred
Dollars In U.S. Currency
($5,600,00) and a Rolex
Watch was used In viola-
tion of Chapters 893 and
932. Florida Statutes, and
the Florida Contraband
Forfeiture Act.
/s/ Richard William Wesch,
Esquire
Florida Bar No. 0710921
Citrus County
Sheriff's Office
1 Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr, Avenue
Inverness, FlorIda 34450
(352) 726-4488
Attorney for the Plaintiff
Published two (2) times in
the Citrus County Chroni-
cle, March 13 and 20,
2007.
585-0327 TUCRN
Notice to Creditors
Estate of
Wlllard G. Mlfttelstadt
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION


CASE NO. 2006-CP-000664
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF:
WILLARD G. MITTELSTADT,
DECEASED.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The Administration of
the Estate of WILLARD G.
MITTELSTADT, Deceased.
whose date of death was
September 30, 2004. Is
pending In the Circuit
Court for Citrus County,
Florida, Probate Division,
File Number
2006-CP-000664; the ad-
dress of which Is 110 North
Apopka Avenue, Inver-
ness, Florida 34450. The
names and addresses of.
the personal representa-
tive and the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the de-


m


581-0430 TU/MCRN
Cifrus County PDRB
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that:
The Citrus County Planning and Development Review
Board (PDRB) will hold a Public Workshop on April 05,
2007, at 9:00 AM In the Lecanto Government Building,
3600 West Sovereign Path, Room 166. Lecanto, RFlorida.
Please note that the PDRB meeting begins at 9:00 AM.
The actual time that a particular item is discussed will
vary depending on how fast the PDRB moves through
the agenda.
The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners
(BOCC) will hold a Public Workshop on May 08, 2007,
at 3:30 PM, In the Inverness Courthouse, 111 West Main
Street, Inverness, Florida.
1. Said hearings shall be for the purpose of considering
a Notice of Proposed Change (NOPC).
2. All persons desiring to be heard, to speak for or
against, may be heard.
D-06-01 Avis Craig. AICP. for the Villages of Citrus Hills
Development of Regional -Imoact (DRI) Is requesting a
NOPC to the Master Development Plan for the Villages
of Citrus Hills DRI. This request Is to make land use
changes to the Master Plan of Development for the Vil-
lages of Citrus Hills. The property Is located In Sections
23, 24, 25, 26, 33, 34, and 35, Township 18 South,
Range 18 East and Sections 03, and 04, Township 19
South, Range 18 East - More specifically described as
The Villages of Citrus Hills, Development of Regional Im-
pact, Citrus County, Florida, together with Parcels
21100 and a part of 22100 lying In Section 33, Township
18 South, Range 18 East, Parcel 33000 lying In Section
34, Township 18 South, Range 18 East, a part of Parcel
11110 lying In Section 04, Township 19 South, Range 18
East, and Parcels 41420 and 44000 lying In Section 03,
Township 19 South, Range 18 East, all being situated In
Citrus County, Florida. A complete Legal Description Is
Included as part of the submitted application on file In
the Department of Development Services. A location
map Is provided. (Hernando and Lecanto Areas).
Information regarding the Land Development Code or
Comprehensive Plan Is available on the Internet at
http://www.bocc.cltrus.fl.us (Click on the Community
Development link). All persons desiring to become a
party to the proceedings may submit a "request to In-
tervene" pursuant to procedures set forth In Article II,
Division 2, of the Citrus County Code of Ordinances.
Such request shall be submitted to Department of De-
velopment Services at least five (5) working days
(excluding Weekends and Holidays) prior to the hear-
Ing on the matter. A "request to Intervene" may be
obtained on-line; click on "Quasl-Judicial-FAQ'.
If any person decides to appeal any decision made by
the board with respect to any matter considered at
this meeting or hearing, he or she will need a record of
the proceedings and, for such purpose, he or she may
need to Insure that a verbatim record of the proceed-
ings Is made, which record Includes testimony and evi-
dence upon which the appeal Is to be based.
Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at
this meeting because of a disability or physical Impair-
ment should contact the County Administrator's Office.
Inverness Courthouse, 110 North Apopka Avenue, In-
verness, Florida 34450, (352) 341-6565, at least two days
before the meeting. If you are hearing or speech Im-
paired, use the TDD telephone (352) 341-6580.
For more Information about this application please
contact Jenette B. Collins, AICP, with the Community
Development Division at 527-5239.
Chairman
Board of County commissioners
Citrus County, Florida
Chairman
Planning and Development
Review Board
Citrus County. Florida
Published two (2) times in the Citrus County Chronicle,
March-20 and April 30; 2007,

582-0328 TU/WCRN
Citrus County PDRB
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following public hear-
ing will be held by:
The Citrus County Planning and Development Review
Board (PDRB) on April 05, 2007, at 9:00 AM In the
Lecanto Government Building. 3600 West Sovereign
Path, Room 166, Lecanto, Florida, Please note that the
PDRB meeting begins at 9:00 AM. The actual time that
a particular item Is discussed will vary depending on
how fast the PDRB moves through the agenda.
1. Said hearing shall be for the purpose of
considering a Planned Development Overlay
request.
2, All persons desiring to be heard, to speak for or
against, may be heard.
PDO-06-01 Ward Freer Is requesting a Planned Devel-
opment Overlay of the Citrus County Land Develop-
ment Code (LDC). This request Is to establish a Master
Development Plan for the Rousseau Center pursuant to
Section 2270. Planned Development, of the Citrus
County Land Development Code (LDC). Land Use Des-
ignation: GNC, General Commercial District; CLR*,
Coastal and Lakes Residential District (Mobile homes al-
lowed) on the Atlas of the LDC: and RAC, Rural Activity
Center on the Generalized Future Land Use Map of the
Comprehensive Plan. The property Is located in Sec-
tion 15, Township 17 South, Range 17 East; more speclfl-
cally. Parcel 11400, and Parcels 1A000-0380 and
1A000-0390, Seven Rivers Heights Unrecorded Subdivi-
sion, Crystal River. (Crystal River area). (A complete le-
gal description Is on file with the Community Develop-
ment Division)
Information regarding the Land Development Code or
Comprehensive Plan Is available on the internet at
http://www.bocc.cltrus.fl.us (Click on the Community
Development link). All persons' desiring to become a
party to the proceedings may submit a "request to in-
tervene" pursuant to procedures set forth in Article II,
Division 2, of the Citrus County Code of Ordinances.
Such request shall be submitted to Department of De-
velopment Services at least five (5) working days


(excluding Weekends and Holidays) prior to the hear-
ing on the matter. A 'request to Intervene" may be
obtained on-line; click on "Quasl-Judicial-FAQ".
If any person decides to appeal any decision made by
the board with respect to any matter considered at
this meeting or hearing, he or she will need a record of
the proceedings and, for such purpose, he or she may
need. to insure that a verbatim record of the proceed-
Ings Is made, which record Includes testimony and evi-
dence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at
this meeting because of a disability or physical Impair-
ment should contact the County Administrator's Office,
Masonic Building. 110 North Apopka Avenue, Inverness,
Florida 34450. (352) 341-6565, at least two days before
the meeting. If you are hearing or speech Impaired.
use the TDD telephone (352) 341-6580.
For more Information about this application please
contact a Planner at the Department of Development
Services (352) 527-5239.
Chairman
Planning and Development Review Board
Citrus County, Florida

Published two (2) times In the Citrus County Chronicle.
March 20 and 28, 2007.'


cedent and other per-
sons, who have claims or
demands against
decedent's estate, includ-
Ing unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquldated
claims, and who have
been served a copy of
this notice, must file their
claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (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 the
decedent's estate, Includ-
ing unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated
claims, must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE,
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED 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 NO-
TICE IS MARCH 20, 2007.
/s/ LEON M, BOYAJAN, II
585 East
Knightsbridge Place
Lecanto, FL 34461
Personal Representative,
the Estate of
WILLARD G, MITTELSTADT.
Deceased
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
/s/ LEON M. BOYAJAN, II,
ESQUIRE
LEON M. BOYAJAN, I, P.A.
Florida Bar No, 358312
2303 West Highway 44
Inverness, FL 34453-3809
Telephone: (352) 726-1800
Fax No.: (352) 726-1428
Attorney for Personal Rep-
resentative
Published two (2) times In
the Citrus County Chroni-
cle, March 20 and 27,
2007.
586-0327 TUCRN
Notice to Creditors
Estate of
Helen T Hart
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 07-CP-193
IN RE: ESTATE OF
HELEN T. HART A/K/A
HELEN HART


Deceased. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of
the estate of HELEN T.
HART A/K/A HELEN HART,
deceased, whose date of
death was December 23.
2006, Is pending In the Cir-
cuit Court for Citrus
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which Is 110 North
Apopka Avenue, Inver-
ness, Florida 34450. The
names and addresses of
the personal representa-
tive and the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this no-
tice 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 publi-
cation of this notice Is
March 20, 2007.

Personal Representative:
/s/ Lynn P. Hart
20 Mountain Ridge Drive
Meredith, New Hamp-
shire, 03253

Attorney for Personal
Representative:
/s/ Thomas E. Slaymaker
Attorney for Lynn P. Hart
Florida Bar No. 398535
*Slaymaker and Nelson,
P.A.
2218 Highway 44 West
Inverness, Florida 34453
Telephone: (352) 726-6129

Published two (2) times In
the Citrus County Chroni-
cle, March 20 and 27,
2007.


--
(excluding Weekends and Holidays) prior to the hear-
ing on the matter. A "request to Intervene" may be
obtained on-line; click on "Quasi-Judlclal-FAQ".
If any person decides to appeal any decision made by
the board with respect to any matter considered at
this meeting or hearing, he or she will need a record of
the proceedings and, for such purpose, he or she may
need to Insure that a verbatim record of the proceed-
ings is made, which record Includes testimony and evi-
dence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at
this meeting because of a disability or physical Impair-
ment should contact the County Administrator's Office,
Masonic Building, 110 North Apopko Avenue, Inverness,
Florida 34450, (352) 341-6565, at least two days before
the meeting. If you are hearing or speech Impaired,
use the TDD telephone (352) 341-6580.
For more Information about this application please
contact a Planner at the Department of Development
Services (352) 527-5239.
Chairman
Planning and Development Review Board
Citrus County, Florida
Published two (2) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
March 20 and 28,2007.


587-0320 TUCRN
City of Crystal River
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Crystal River Community Redevelopment Agency
(CRA) will hold a regular public meeting on Wednes-
day, March 28th, 2007 at 6:00 p.m. or as soon thereaf-
ter as possible In the CRA Offices located at 668 N.W.
1st Ave. Crystal River, Florida, to discuss Agency busi-
ness.
Pursuant to the provision of Chapter 286, Florida Stat-
utes. Section 286.0105, If a person decides to appeal
any decision made by the Community Redevelop-
ment Agency with respect to the matters considered
at this public hearing, he or she may need a record of
the proceedings, and that, for such purpose he or she
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings Is made which record may Include 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 Impair-
ment should contact the City of Crystal River. City
Manager's Office, 123 NW Highway 19, Crystal River,
Florida, 34428, (352) 795-4216, at least two days before
the meeting. If you are hearing or speech impaired,
please use the TDD telephone,

The Agency encourages public attendance and par:
ticipation In the form of written or verbal comments.
For more Information,'please call (352) 794-0072..
Published one (1) time in the Citrus County Chronicle,
March 20,2007.


583-0328 TU/WCRN
Citrus County PDRB
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following public hear-
Ing will be held by:
The Citrus County Planning and Development Review
Board (PDRB) on April 05, 2007, at 9:00 AM in the
Lecanto Government Building, 3600 West- Sovereign
Path, Room 166, Lecanto, Florida. Please note that the
PDRB meeting begins at 9:00 AM. The actual time that
a particular item is discussed will vary depending on
how fast the PDRB moves through the agenda.
1. Said hearing shall be for the purpose of considering
a Planned Development Overlay request.
2. All persons desiring to be heard, to speak for or
against, may be heard.
PDO-06-06 Van Der Valk. Inc. Is requesting a Planned
Development Overlay of the Citrus County Land Devel-
opment Code (LDC). This request Is to amend a previ-
ously approved Planned Development Overlay at the
Tradewinds Fishing Resort by adding a screen wall
buffer along Fishbowl Drive, adding active recreational
facilities, and adding a gated front entrance. Land Use
Designation: Coastal and Lakes with a Planned Devel-
opment Overlay (CL) and Coastal and Lakes Residen-
tial with a Planned Development Overlay (CLR). The
property Is located in Section29 , Townshlpl9 South,
Range17 East; more specifically, lots 45. 46, 50, 51, 62,
and 63 of the Homosassa Company Subdivision.
(Homosassa Area) (A complete legal description Is on
file with the Community Development Division)
Information regarding the Land Development Code or
Comprehensive Plan is available on the Intemet at
http://www.bocc.citrus.fl.us (Click on the Community
Development link). All persons desiring to become a
party' td'the proceedings may submit a "request to in-
tervene" pursuant to procedures set forth In Article II,
Division 2, of the Citrus County Code. of Ordinances,
Such request shall be submitted to Department of De-
velopment Services at least five (5) working days
(excluding Weekends and Holidays) prior to the hear-
ing on the matter. A "request to. Intervene" may be
obtained on-line; click on "Quasl-Judiclal-FAQ".
If any person decides to appeal any decision made by
the board with respect to any matter considered at
this meeting or hearing, he or she will need a record of
the proceedings and, for such purpose, he or she may
need to Insure that a verbatim record of the proceed-
Ings is made, which record includes testimony and evi-
dence upon which the appeal Is to be based.
Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at
this meeting because of a disability or physical Impair-
ment should contact the County Administrator's Office,
Masonic Building, 110 North Apopka Avenue, Inverness,
Florida 34450. (352) 341-6565, at least two days before
the meeting, If you are hearing or speech Impaired.
use the TDD telephone (352) 341-6580.
For more Information about this application please
contact a Planner at the Department of Development
Services (352) 527-5239.
Chairman
Planning and Development Review Board
Cltrut County, Florida

Published two (2) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
March 20 and 28,2007.

584-0328 TU/WCRN
Citrus County PDRB
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following public hear-
ing will be held by:
The Citrus County Planning and Development Review
Board (PDRB) on April 05, 2007. at 9:00 AM In the
Lecanto Government Building, 3600 West Sovereign
Path, Room 166, Lecanto, Florida. Please note that the
PDRB meeting begins at 9:00 AM. The actual time that
a particular Item Is discussed will vary depending on
how fast the PDRB moves through the agenda.
1. Said hearing shall be for the purpose of considering
a Planned Development Overlay request.
2. All persons desiring to be heard, to speak for or
against, may be heard,
PDO-07-04 Villagaes of Citrus Hills for Brentwood Farms.
Ltd. Is requesting a Planned Development Overlay of
the Citrus County Land Development Code (LDC). This
request Is to revise the Master Development Plan for
Brentwood and add additional acreage to the
Brentwood Master Development Plan pursuant to Sec-
tion 2270. Planned Development, of the Citrus County
Land Development Code (LDC). Land Use Designation:
Planned Residential Development (PDR) and Medium
Density Residential (MDR*). The property is located In
Sections 22 and 23, Township 18 South, Range 18 East;
further described as Parcels 12111, 12112, 12115, 20000,
21000 and 12100, lying in Section 22, Township 18 South,
Range 18 East; and those lands within the Brentwood
Planned Development lying In Section 23, Township 18
South, Range 18 East. A complete legal description Is
on file with the Community Development Division.
Information regarding the Land Development Code or
Comprehensive Plan is available on the Internet at
http://www.bocc.citrus.fl.us (Click on the Community
Development link). All persons desiring to become a
party to the proceedings may submit a "request to In-
tervene" pursuant to procedures set forth In Article II,
Division 2, of the Citrus County Code of Ordinances.
Such request shall be submitted to Department of De-
velopment Services at least five (5) working days











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March 20, 2007


By RICHARD RUSSELL
Wheelbase Communications

them like they used
to. And if you're talk-
ing about the straight-
up comparison between a 1975
Corvette and a new model, that's
probably a very good thing.
Why are we talking about two
seemingly related cars that are
separated by 30 years of technol-
ogy?
A friend called the other day to
say he had found an absolutely
immaculate 1975 Corvette and
was in the process of negotiating
the purchase. When he called, I
was in the middle of writing a
story about the current Chevrolet
lineup. As he was describing his
find, I just happened to be look-
ing at a spec sheet that read 6.0
liters, 400 horsepower, 3,179 lbs
and 29 m.p.g. for the new
Corvette.
My friend and I agreed that
1975 wasn't the proudest
moment in the history of
"America's sports car" what
with the advent of bumper and
emission regulations, but he was
happy. with his catch.
But a quick check of the specs
for the 1975 Corvette showed
just how far we have come in the
intervening trio of decades. Back
then, the Corvette was a portly
3,569 pounds and had a 5.7-liter
engine producing a paltry 205
horsepower (that was a high-out-
put model . . . standard 'Vettes
were rated at a weak 165).
Not only does today's equiva-
lent car produce almost exactly


twice the power, it weighs 500
pound less, goes more than dou-
ble the distance on the same-gal-
lon of gas while producing'
exhaust emissions that
are a mere trace
of those
from
1975


model.
A comparison of braking and
handling is just as shocking. The
standard street tire on the new


car is far stickier than a full-
fledged racing tire from 1975,
dry or-wet. It will also last fwo to
three times longer and pro-
vide a much
smoother
Ad and


quieter ride. The added grip from
modem tires means brakes gen-
eratie, and have to dissipate.
monstrous amounts of heat and


energy. Yet, today's Corvette
will stop in about half the, dis-
tance and do so all day long
without fade or even close to the
same wear.
Put a stock new Corvette on a
race track alongside the old and
the combination of more power,
stronger brakes, reduced weight
and suspension advances
become even more evi-
dent.
But progress does-
n't just apply to an
expensive hig- per-
formance two-


quick glance at what's available
today reveals some pretty eye-
opening comparisons.
Before we'd gone beyond the
letter C in the 2006 roster, we
had discovered a pair of four-
cylinder front-drivers in the 15s,
two more in thel4s and one in
the 12s. There are more than a
half dozen six-cylinder cars in
the 14-sec-
ond bracket.
\ hen it
comes to V8 Not onl
motivation, today's
the current today's
crop really car produ
blows the
old into the exactly 1
weeds .
Heck, box- power, I
stock six- 500 pou
cylinder
family cars goes m
are as quick
as some of double th
the slower
musclecars, On the
w h i 1 e gallon
today 's
high-per- while pr
formance
cars are so exhaust E
far ahead it that are a
isn't even
funny: 200 of those
m.p.h. . .
for real. 1975 I
In addi-
tion to clear-
ly superior
performance, modem high-out-
put engines - in fact all modem
engils - require practically
zero' maintenance, instanil\ fire
up on the first twist of the key, in
all conditions, and run as smooth
as silk for hundreds of thousands
of miles and are quieter and far
more efficient.
This is the reason there are
few gas-station mechanics these
days: tuneups are a thing of the
past.
Heck, a modem "mechanic"
probably hasn't even seen a car-
buretor, set of points or distribu-
tor. Exhaust systems and tires
that had to be replaced every
10,000 miles will now
outlast the initial
owner . . . and
even the fillup
c om e s
about
half


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as often. Highway mileage is
commonly in the 20s and most
will get into the 30s.
We don't need to get into the
whole exhaust-emission picture
do we?
Whether an inexpensive four-
cylinder econobox or a luxo-
laden cruiser, virtually every
passenger vehicle today will turn
and stop bet-
ter than any-
thing of the
y does old era, and
that's with
equivalent full air,
ce almost cruise, anti-
lock brakes,
wice the leather, etc.
. H o w
: Weighs about the
nd less, whole issue
of protecting
:re than occupants in
a crash? The
3 distance old cars
weighed
same considerably
of gas more, which
on 'the sur-
educing face would
appear to be
missions a benefit,
but instead
nere trace of instead
e from absorbing
the tremen-
nodel. dous forces
of a crash,
they passed
them along
to occupants.
Yup they sure don't build 'em
like they used to. Thank good-
ness.
U Richard Russell is a feature
writer with Wheelbase
Communications, a world-wide
supplier of automobile news,
reviews and features.


Back in 1975, Corvette was a mere
paper tiger and barely a sports car.


sweater such as the GM's dedication to racing evolved
Corx ette. At the the fifth-generation Corvette into a
height of the mis- more-than-capable street machine.
er er f the te The C6-R (below) is dominating
clear era of the late road courses all over the world.
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old. Horsepower topped 405 in the high-performance Z06 model. Full factory backing on
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The 205-horsepower 5.7-liter engine from the 1975 Corvette
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Corvette Z06 model. It's not that Chevrolet couldn't make
horsepower back then, it just couldn't do it and play by the
smog rules of the day or provide any semblance of economy.
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ern 'Vette makes double the horsepower and returns more than
double the mileage.




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the driver's seat. Eventually, it all came

to an end, but not without touching
millions of fans.


car racing - he even listed
"taxicab driver" as his official
occupation. Eventually, given a
shot, he drove his way into a
NASCAR ride.
Parsons made 526 starts from
1964 until he retired in 1988,
ending his career with 283 top-
10 finishes and earning more
than $4 million. He led at least
one lap in an astonishing 192
races.
In 1973, with only three years
of full-time driving on the cir-
cuit, he grabbed his first and
only NASCAR title despite the
fact he won only one of the 28
races that year.
It was the consistency that did
it for him.
"A moment that I will never
forget," Parsons said.
Mostly, he never made anyone
forget him. Parsons began work-
ing in the 1980s as a pit reporter
for ESPN and Turner


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Broadcasting when he was driv-
ing on a partial schedule.
Eventually he moved into the
broadcast booth full time and
became a track fixture.
His personality dominated.
"The cars are nuts, and bolts,
but he talked through that,"
Waltrip said. "He was able to
deliver to the people. He just
tried to be passionate about what
he believed and he did a great
job of explaining what people
were seeing."
But one thing caught up with
him that he couldn't explain:
cancer.
Parsons died from a disease
that first invaded one lung, then
the other. But he was optimistic,
right up until the end.
"As my radiation oncologist
told me today, John Wayne lived
and had a great career with one
lung," Parsons wrote Dec. 18.
"There is no reason why I can't


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1 Cocolani-flow regulator
2 GTOvanar1
41 Head, valve-cover seal
5 MacPherson
6. Bruce Mers creation
7 32 Fc.rd rot rod (slang)
8 Required warning device
9 ChryIler spons coupe
10. Four.r-oor pickup
12 R.em,.e air from brake line
14 Ponh3c or Utah salt bed
16 Sunbeam or Renautt
17 Onginal Mini nmodirier
20r ilaratiile whcel addition
21 30, US.made Austin
24 One not Ion
28. Popular racing video game
29. PRad divider
30 A Honda halch
33 Roadster salety item
37 Once aone with oil change
38 A ".oodsy" Subie
41 AMC's "ish bowr car
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ILLUSTRATED BY ADAM YOUNG
WHEELBASE COMMUNICATIONS


By JASON STEIN
WHEELBASE COMMUNICATIONS

I remember the first and only
time I met Benny Parsons.
It was in a smoke-choked
media room that was too
small to handle the growing
number of journalists who were
descending upon Indianapolis,
Ind., to cover the Brickyard 400
race.
It was the late 1990s and the
National Association for Stock
Car Auto Racing (NASCAR)
circuit was becoming more pop-
ular, and fast: Slick, media-
savvy drivers such as Jeff
Gordon were drawing crowds
with their California good looks.
And Benny Parsons -
one of the last good ol'
boys and as un-
California as they came
- was loving every ,
minute of it.
As the door swung ..
open on that media cen-
ter one broiling Sunday PRO -
morning, the extra-
mad sur j Auitomotiv
large Parsons made sure and hi
to make his presence
known in a big way.
"Well," he bellowed as he
made his way through the fog of
cigarette smoke and tap-tap-tap-
ping of computer keyboards, "it
sure as hell is good to see so
many new faces around here!
Now ya'll make sure ya come
back next year, too! Don't worry.
We'll save your seat!"
That was Benny.
He loved NASCAR and he
loved everyone around it. With a
deep laugh and a smile the size
of North Carolina, Parsons
would do anything to promote it.
He loved driving and did it
well for more than 20 years. He
loved talking about NASCAR


and did that well for another 20
on national TV and radio.
So when he died Jan. 16, a vic-
tim of a lost battle against lung
cancer, the accolades and trib-
utes came out with the kind of
fervor reserved for legends. He
was one of them.
"Ten minutes and you bonded
with him," NASCAR team
owner Rick Hendrick told the
South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
To many, Parsons was just as
much a friend as he was a racing
icon.
Everyone had their own store .
Driver Michael Waltrip said
Parsons gave him the courage to
propose to his wife in Victory
Lane. Racer Greg Biffle said he
wouldn't be driving
h without the help of
Parsons, who just
happened to spot an
up-and-coming Biffle
in Tucson, Ariz., one
day.
"Every time I think
F I LES about how lucky I am
to have the job and
ve legends
heroes the life I have, I think
of 'BP' because he's
the reason I ever got
this opportunity," Biffle told the
Associated Press.
Parsons was all about opp&ftu-
nity.
Bom on July 12, 1941, in the
Blue Ridge Mountains of
Wilkes, N.C., he was raised n a
home that lacked running water
and electricity. But he turned
every chance into something
greater. Raised by his grand-
mother, Parsons moved to
Detroit, Mich., after high school
because there was work there.
He got his start driving a taxicab
for his father's gas station and
cab company.
When he began driving race


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- the minor leagues of stock-


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3. Piston part or onion product
6. Critical highway sign
11. Red, white and blue in the Italian
Job
12. cables
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15. A snow-slide Chevy?
18. You "buff" this stuff
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22. Top-line Chevy. once
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$9500. (352) 341-2320,
after 4p.m.
25' SPORTCRAFT
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'97 MONARK JOHN
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AIRBOAT
13FT 4 cyl,, Cont,
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S3,995 (352) 344-9582
AIRBOAT
13ft, with trailer, 403
Buick, good project
boot. $2,600 obo
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$8,000 (352)621-1207

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'97.18ft, fiberglass, extra
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exc. cond. w/ trlr &
extras $7,500 obo
352-628-4258/453-6292


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'89 30ft Party Hut, 85HP,
extras, with trailer,
$3,500 obo
(352) 464-1170
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15-/V2FT fiberglass V,48HP
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200 Elite, 350 I/O. '84,
Kentucky Riverboatl
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Outfitted w/facilities &
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obo, (352) 341-5777

Euro Coach
'89,460 Ford, 51k ml.,
2 yrs. new, 7 new tires,
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belts, hoses, all new
leather turn., 3 new
batteries. Satellite
Dish, new carpet ect.
Quality Coach$15.500
obo 352-212-6182

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1986 Shasta, 27 ft
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$6,250.
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GULFSTREAM 32'
Sun Voyager, '98 Diesel
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W&D, 23.500ml $37,900/
obo. (352) 628-4053
HOLIDAY
2003, Rambler, Class A,
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Immaculate, $85,900.
352-302-5754

WINNEBAGO
'95, Vectra, 32 ft.
42k miles, basement,
air & heat
$35,000. 352-795-1833


ADVANTAGE 2004
5th whl. 36' 3 slides,
Asking $26,900/obo.
(352) 270-3349
Carrilite
1997,31 ft.. 5th Wheel
$13,500
Call (352) 220-4192
FLEETWOOD
1986,29ft, new A/C,
new roof, new tires
$3,000 firm
(352) 503-3969
Jayco
1992, Eagle, 26ft, 5th
wheel, 1 slide, very nice
.cond., $5,500.
Rock Crusher RV Park
(715) 281-7070
LAYTON 29'
Sips. 6, New refrig. &
tires, fully equipped
w/'98 Dodge Durango.
New tires, 4X4, V-8, Exc.
cond. $13,900.
Call (352)601-4647
REAL-LITE
'91 Slide In camper 18FT
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'01 Buick LaSabre
Custom. V6, Silver, all
pwr AC/ new tires,
Excel. cond. 73k ml.
$6,800. (352) 527-1810
ACURA RSX-S '04
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6cd $15,900/obo or
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BUICK
2000, Park Avenue, V6,
3,8 liter, all leather,
white ext, exc cond,
94K, $6200.0BO,
(352) 382-3878
CHEVROLET
2004 Cavalier LS, 4 dr.,
silver AT, fully equipped,
very clean 22K ml.
$8,000 (352) 726-6979
CHRYSLER LHS '95
Loaded, sunroof, exc.
cond. 142K ml. $2,600.
(352) 464-4686
CHRYSLER SEBRING
'98 Convert, auto, AC,
very dependable.
30MPG, $3300. Crys.
River. (727) 207-1619


EAGLE SUMMIT
'96 wagon, (Mitsubishi)
excellent shape Kelly
bluebk $4,500 asking
$3,895 (352) 726-4129
FORD TAURUS
'96 Wagon, full pwr.
Cold AC. Reliable, runs
good. $1,700 obo
(352) 726-0437
HYUNDAI
'02, Sonata, 4-dr., auto.,.
30mpg. air, PW, PB.
cruise, CD, $10,775
(352) 422-7717
LEXUS
'03, SC 430, Hard top
Convertible, 45K, GPS,
Fully loaded $33.500
(352) 302-7042
MERCURY
'92, Grand Marquis LS,
mech. sound, full pwr.
Keyless entry$ 1,800. obo
, (352) 726-5548
MUSTANG
'99, 6 CYL. Blue
$4,300
(352) 464-1401
NISSAN ALTIMA
1995, 5 spd.,
Runs Strongi $1,850
(352) 586-1872
Pontiac Bonneville
1989, A/C, loaded, low
miles, 3800 V-6. garage
kept, Immaculate
$3,200 352-270-3050
TOYOTA
2004, Corolla, 4dr. auto,
4 cycle, white w/ gray
enterlor. CD, pwr
locks/wind, 40ml to gall,
less than 8,000ml, Exc
cond, $11,000FIrm
(352) 726-1975
TOYOTA CAMRY
1996,160K, good cond.
clean 3.500
(352) 400-1193



'69 Chevy C-10 PU
Rare Shrtbd SS W/side
mt spare. Org V-8 12V
Posl. Has rust nds TLC.
$3,500 352-628-0091
'76 MERCEDES BENZ
240D MODEL. Orig. nice
cond. Ice cold air.
$3,000/obo,
352-447-0734/219-5189


FORD 1966 F-100
Pick up. Camper spec.
V-8. Auto, 1 owner,
Truck comply Orig.
No rust. Orig. Paint
$8000/bo. 352-726-6864
MERCEDES
Convertible, 450SL
Garage Kept, Beautiful,
sea mist green, saddle
interior, much work
done. Must Seel
$11,500. (352) 586-9498
PLYMOUTH '41
"Business Coupe"
All original. Runs &
In beautiful shape
$18K (352)621-1207




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V-6, 5 speed. Ext. cab.
Exc, cond.
Call (352) 726-3501
CHEVROLET
'88, 3/4 Ton, 4 WD, V8,
5 spd. man. (O/D) w/
new clutch -full 8ft bed.
W-F/G shell $2,650 obo
(352) 726-7473
CHEVY S-10
1998, auto. 113K,
$2,200
(352) 586-1872
NISSAN FRONTIER
SE' 01 Crew Cab, 4dr.
V-6 AT, AC, PS, PB, PW.
PL. 122k ml Great
cond. Many extras,
$9,750bo 352-220-6538




JEEP
'06, Liberty, Limited
fully loaded,
under 14k miles
$21,700. (352) 464-4868
JEEP
2001 Grand Cherokee
Limited, leather, 4x4,
exc. cond., poss. owner
finance $13,000 obo
(352) 726-9369

SUBURBAN 4x4
1988, Navy/grey, front
& rear air, tow pkg,
Clean & solid machine.
$2,500. (352) 795-3970


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CH EVY S- lU
2001, 4 x 4, V-6,
3 Doors, ext, cab,.
Only14KI $15,900.
(352) 746-1126
CHEVY TAHOE
1998, Leather int, all
pwr. 2K on new motor.
$6,500
352-476-3775/637-2437
DODGE RAM 2500
'01 4x4 V-8 Magnum.
4dr. auto, ac, Warn
winch, Runs exc. First
$7,500 352-302-8210
JEEP
'90, Wrangler Islander,
6 cyl, 5 spd., AC, CD,
new top, excel cond,
$5,300. (352) 637-1061




CHEVY 1995
HIGH-TOP
CONVERSION 2500
Low ml. 10 pass. Exc.
cond, Capt. Chairs, IV,
$8495 (352) 422-0294
CHEVY ASTRO '01
58K ml. Loaded, keyless
entry, rear air, comp.
disk player. Vy gd.
$8000 (352) 489-7622
TOYOTA SIENNA
'01,97k, ac', P/W,P/L.
P/M, keyless. CD, CC,
rear AC. $7,500
(352) 628-6537




2006 Kawasaki
KX250T6F. Less than 20
hrs, over $4K worth of
extras (racing head,
pistons, valves, suspen-
sion. exhaust, etc.),
service contract, will
sacrifice for $7,500.
OBO (352) 465-9393

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GOLDWING
'86, Great shape,
Garage kept, two
helmets $2,200
(352) 382-8904


2000 HARLEY
FX DWG 1 owner, 19k
ml., lowered progressive
shocks; chrome forks;
custom stirrups, pegs,
handlebars & grips; out-
law turn signals; twisted
spokes; polished rotors:
chrome bolts, spacers,
pulley & belt guard;
slash cut mufflers, Inci all
stock parts $15,500 obo
exc. cond. 352-628-1572
HARLEY DAVIDSON
Classic 1972 FLH Big
Twin. Electroglide
$9,800 (352) 726-2869
HARLEY DAVIDSON
FXDB1, Dyno Street
Bob, black. 2,600 ml.
Extrasl $12,500
(352) 220-2324
HD 2004 SPORTSTER
883 custom. 4,300 miles
Senior owned. Rubber
mounted. Two-toned.
4,5 gal. tank, FWD
controls. Screaming
Eagle pipes, AC, and
jetting. Corbin GF seat.
Many extras. Much
Chrome. Flawlessly
$6,900 352-634-4685
HONDA
'05, VTX, 1300S.3300 mi.
red, has light bar, LED
lights, eng. guard, wind
shield. Mustang seat
$7,800. 352 527-3641
HONDA
'06 VT750 217 ml.. retail
$5,800. Sell for $5,200
(563) 260-3548,
Inverness
SUZUKI 2005
BOULEVARD S40 650cc
Adult owned, black,
4Kmi. $3100.
(352) 447-4098
YAMAHA
'01 ,YZ426, sat in garage
3yrs, lots of upgrades,
super fast, just serve. @
Martalins of Ocala
$3,000 OBO
352-464-4170
YAMAHA
'05 V-Star 1100 Classic
2.400 ml,, w/shleld.
bags. nice pipes, $6,500
obo (352) 628-4053
Yamaha
2001, 650 VStar, direct
Drive, 2k miles, garage
kept, lots of extras looks
and sounds like HD
$4,750. (352) 586-9498


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do the same. If given a choice
between cancer or losing a lung,
I would say that I got the right
end of the deal."
So many others also got the
right end of the deal.
They got a chance to meet
Parsons, either in person or
through TV.
I had my chance. And if l close
my eyes I can still see him charg-
ing through that media room,
slapping backs, shaking hands
and living in the glory of a sport
that gave him so much; a sport
that owed him even more.

* Jason Stein is a feature
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