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Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
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Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
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Publication Date: January 20, 2005
Copyright Date: 2006
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TERRY WITT
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Chronicle
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square-foot building on a hill ment planning, animal control
in Lecanto. and emergency medical serv-
Sheriff Jeff Dawsy often ices.
uses the Emergenicy Dawsy sent his employees a
Operations Center as an Jan. 13 memo urging them to
example of unmet public safe- fill the county commission
ty needs, saying the building is chambers Tuesday to show
smaller than the neighboring Jeff support for public safety, and
canning plant, but its impor- Dawsy he asked them to e-mail board
tance to the community is wants more members and make phone
much larger. cops 'copter.. calls to each of the county
And Dawsy has not faded commissioners.
quietly into the background on the It is no coincidence that commis-
issue of public safety funding, a broad sioners are scheduled to discuss two
category covering his own budget, fire potential alternate public safety-fund-


ing sources at the meeting -
Municipal Service Taxing Units
(MSTUs) and Municipal Service
Benefit Units (MSBU). Both are spe-
cial property tax assessments.
The sheriff said he is not pushing
for either funding option, nor is he an
expert on taxation. He said taxes and
public safety funding are the respon-
sibility of county commissioners. His
job is to educate them on public safe-
ty needs.
His memo said the special assess-
ments could be used to offset proper-
ty taxes, but he warned there might be
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"What will it cost you as a taxpayer?
It may result in a small increase in
your taxes; however, if commissioners
fail to fund the needs of this agency, it
most definitely will cost you in future
pay raises," the memo reads.
In the memo, Dawsy identified the
county's critical long-range needs in
public safety as being:
Competitive salaries and staffing
to meet the demands of a growing
community.
Building a 25,000- to 27,000-
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Barbara Gendron lies on the ground Wednesday afternoon in front of a new art center in Hernando that she and several others
were painting. The group uses a technique known as one-stroke painting to design colorful, floral patterns on the walls outside
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Special decorative painting technique spruces up Hernando building


NANCY KENNEDY
nkennedy@
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Chronicle
The word of the day was
"quaint" Vines and flowers
and cabbage palms, brick
peeking through stucco, flow-
ers, maybe even a birdhouse.
On Wednesday, under the
leadership of Marge Freund,
a group of senior-aged
women rolled up their
sleeves, grabbed their paint-
brushes and set out to turn a
plain building in Hernando
into a work of art. Freund is a
certified instructor for the
Donna Dewberry "One-
Stroke Design" decorative
painting technique.


The building, which sits in Hernando.
next to Ace Hardware and in Her husband, a civil engi-
front of the neer, cur-
Inverness rently works
Elks Lodge, is in Naples,
being rented Basically, four hours
by Beau and we wanted thi away, and is
Vicki Keene. gone up to a
Mrs. Keene is building to have week at a
one of time. With a
Freund's stu- my husband home young family
dents. three chil-
"Basically, again ... dren ages 7
we wanted to 16 the
this building Keenes had
to have my Vicki Keene looked for a
h u s b a n d about fixing up the Hemando way to keep
home again," the family
Keene said, together.
"and so he can come to work The Elks Lodge offered
on his airboat." They live in a them a good deal to rent the
log house on Diamond Lake building on U.S. 41 and they


decided to combine the
space into "his and hers." He
would take the small inner
office as Keene Engineering
and she would take the rest
as a combination studio and
place for artists to come and
teach-classes, with a gallery
to display their work and a
consignment shop. She's not
exactly sure what the busi-
ness will be, only that it will
be quaint
In case there are any ques-
tions, quaint is OK with Mr.
Keene, too.
Here's a story," Freund
began as the women got situ-
ated and ready to start paint-
ing. "They (the Keenes) had
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Former county judge appears at status hearing


Faces lewd, lascivious
conduct charges
DAVE PIEKLIK
dpieklik@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Former county judge Gary Graham
appeared in court Wednesday as his
sexual battery case moves closer to
trial.
Graham, 56, stood before Circuit
Court Judge Ric Howard as attorneys
for both sides discussed the status of


the case. The state attorney's etrating one of them, in
office said depositions have not December 2003. The acts are
begun in the case, and the con- said to have occurred at his
ference was rescheduled for home in Dunnellon.
April 25. Graham signed a waiv- Graham pleaded not guilty to
er allowing him to skip that the charges last December. He
court appearance. is free from jail after posting
Graham faces one count of $500 bond.
sexual battery and two counts of Gary The investigation into
lewd and lascivious conduct Graham Graham's conduct began in
after he turned himself in fol- accused of April 2003 when a woman called
lowing a lengthy Florida sexual battery. a 911 dispatcher saying her 10-
Department of Law En- year-old daughter had been
enforcement investigation, touched inappropriately. A report was
Prosecutors accuse him of fondling filed with the Citrus County Sheriff's
two 10-year-old girls, and digitally pen- Office, and an investigation was con-


ducted. The sheriff's office turned the
investigation over to the FDLE to avoid
a conflict of interest
Though charges were not filed in the
April 2003 case, the FDLE looked into
the December allegations that the two
10-year-old girls were touched inappro-
priately. The complaint said Graham
reached into the girls pajamas.
The Chronicle is withholding the
girls' names because of the nature of
the crime.
There are more than 100 pages of
investigative reports and transcripts of
Please see JUDGE/Page 4A


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PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION
Today
" Morning church service: 9 to 10 a.m.,
St. John's Church.
Oath of office: noon, U.S. Capitol.
" Inaugural parade: 2 to 4:30 p.m.,
Pennsylvania Avenue.
* Inaugural balls: 7 p.m. to 1 a.m.,
various locations.
Frday
0 National prayer service: 10 to 11 a.m., National Cathedral.


SO YOU KNOW
I The Citrus County Health Department
clinic will be open from 9 to 11:30 a.m.
today at St. Benedict Catholic Church on
U.S. 19 south of Crystal River near the
intersection of Ozello Trail.
* A total of 2,370 flu shots are available,
.given on..a..first-cqme, .first-served basis.
* This will be the last of the flu shots
given this year by the health
department.


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missing


Boy last seen

with sex offender
AMY SHANNON
ashannon@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Authorities issued ah Amber
Alert Tuesday night for a miss-
ing 11-year-old Dunnellon boy
believed to be in the hands of a
registered sex offender.
Adam David Kirkirt was last
scene Tuesday afternoon
-being picked
up by
Frederick E.:
Fretz Jr., 42, at
Dunnellon
Elementary
School.
Adam is 5
feet tall and
weighs 100
pounds, with Adam
brown hair and Kirkirt
eyes and has a last seen with
mole on his left Fretz.
cheek. He was
last seen wearing black pants,
a white T-shirt and a black
sweatshirt with a Spider-man
symbol.
Fretz is 5 feet, 11 inches tall,
with brown, buzzed-cut hair
and no facial
hair.
School offi- 4
cials said the
boy's father,
Ivert Kirkirt,
authorized
Fretz to pick
up Adam from
school' and Frederick
recently intro- Fretz Jr.
duced him to is a registered
school officials sex offender.
at the front
office..
"We have policies in place
that allow other people to pick
students up," said Marion
County Public Schools
spokesman Kevin Christian.
"It's scary when someone has
permission to pick up a child
and disappears with him."
Christian said school poli-
cies exist to protect children,
so events such as this won't
happen.
"We just want to know where
he is, so he can come back to
school," Christian said.
Marion County Sheriff's
Office spokeswoman Sue
Livoti said Fretz dropped the
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Girl arrested for passing pills


Middle school student

found with

prescription drugs
AMY SHANNON
ashannon@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Sheriff deputies arrested a 12-year-
old Inverness Middle School student
Tuesday afternoon after she gave
another student a prescription pill dur-


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MIKE WRIGHT
mwright@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Nick Scurlock brought his
skateboard and a touch of class
to Tuesday night's Inverness
City Council meeting.
Nick, 14, wore a sport jacket
as he and a half-dozen friends
told council members they
think Councilwoman Jacquie
Hepfer's plan for a skate park
is a great idea.
"There's nothing here for
skateboarding," he said.
"Skateboarding is a sport, too.
So, if it's a sport, why can't we
do it anywhere?"
,-Hepfer is -working with a
property owner to possibly
develop plans for a skateboard-
ing park near the Highland
Plaza shopping center.
Skateboarders such as Nick
either occupy downtown
streets or parking lots, or they
must find a way to the closest
:park in Beverly Hills.
Skateboarding on city streets
or sidewalks is illegal.
Nick's father, Jeff, said he
thinks so much of the park idea
he pledged $10,000 in fund-
raising to help build one.
"As a 13- or 15-year-old,
Beverly Hills is the other side
of the world," Scurlock told the
council.
Teens said the Beverly Hills
skate park isn't worth the effort
to get there.
"We need a skate park with a
whole bunch of steps," Cody
Hannett said. "We need a skate
park now."
Hepfer shared few details
during the meeting, other to
say plans are in the works. She
seemed to have plenty of sup-.
port from council president
Bob Hinkle, who was pleased
to see teenagers express their
views.
"I know there's a lot of inter-
est out there," Hinkle said.
Levi Ratley said he moved to
Inverness less than two years
ago and found no place exists
to skateboard legally.
"I got a ride home in a squad
car for skating on the sidewalk,"
he said. "That's not cool."
Hepfer said she believes a
skate park would keep chil-
dren out of harm's way and off
private property.
"We don't want you on the
street either," she told the boys.
"We're working on it."


ing gym class, according to reports.
The girl was charged with delivering
a controlled substance, transported to
the detention facility and turned over to
her parent.
School officials searched the girl's
belongings and found an unmarked
prescription pill bottle, containing 16
pills made of the same medication as
the one given to another student. The
pills were found to be Darvon, a con-
trolled substance and schedule-four
drug.
According to her arrest report, this is
what happened:
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gym in reference to an allegation that a
student had prescription pills. A school
administrator gave the deputy a pink
oblong pill found in the gym.
Officials escorted the girl and three
witnesses into student services for
questioning.
One student said the girl gave her the
pill and said it would make her "hyper."
A boy sitting next to the girls said he
grabbed the pill and threw it on the gym
floor. The third witness saw the inci-
dent and notified coaches.
Two of the witnesses said they heard
the girl tell the boy not to throw the pill,
"because the pills cost a lot of money."


The girl told officials she got a
headache during gym class, took the
pill bottle out and swallowed a pill. She
said she took out a second pill to show
her friend and at that time, the friend
grabbed the pill from her hand. She
also said she saw a boy throw the pill.
When asked why she didn't look for
the pill or tell the school staff about the
incident, she said she didn't want to get
in trouble.
She said the students involved hated
her and were out to get her, however,
officials learned the student she gave
the pill to had spent the night at her
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Debacle spurs mystery phone calls


CRISTY LOFTIS
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Blue Ribbon Committee
members are receiving myste-
rious phone calls concerning
their investigations of the
Homosassa Elementary School
construction debacle.
Chairman Donald Macd-
onald told the committee at a
meeting Wednesday, that a
woman called claiming to be
fellow committee member
Karen Gaffney. The woman
spoke to his wife and said
Macdonald is arrogant and
rude. She also called the com-
mittee a "powerless panel."
The committee was formed
in October to research the pro-
cedures and problems that led


to the elementary school's
media center and cafeteria
having major construction
flaws, stemming from missing
steel and grout in the walls.
When Macdonald's wife told
him about the phone call,
Macdonald called Gaffney, only
to learn Gaffney the commit-
tee member who agrees with
Macdonald the most at meet-
ings did not make the call.
"I don't understand it, and I
certainly don't appreciate it,"
Macdonald said. "I don't know
why somebody is trying to sab-
otage this committee."
While other committee mem-
bers said they have received
phone calls from the public
concerning the Homosassa
construction project, none
were similar to Macdonald's.


Committee member Robert
Kegal said about a month ago,
someone called asking about
his professional background.
Member Michael Eid has
received two anonymous
phone calls offering rumors
and "tips" about the
Homosassa project
Also at the meeting, commit-
tee members sorted through
the initial outline of the report
they are compiling for the
school board.
Members debated whether
or not to include names of both
school district employees and
outsourced labor in the final
report.
"This is not an inquisition,
and this is not a trial, so there
is no need to get personal,"
committee member Wayne


Jordan said.
Eid agreed: "I think if we
focus on systematic problems
and resolutions then we really
won't need to name names."
The group tentatively decid-
ed to use job titles in their
report and include the names
of specific individuals in an
appendix to the report
They also reviewed a time-
line of inspections on the proj-
ect and written responses to
committee questions by school
services director James
Hughes and facilities and con-
struction director Alan
Burcaw.
The committee expects to
give their final, report to the
school board March 8, and
answer questions they may
have at a workshop March 29.


Citrus schools OK plan to boost staff pay by 20 cents


CRUSTY LOFTIS
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle


Negotiations to get clerical staff,
aides and other Citrus County school
support staff more money were suc-
cessful Wednesday, when the Citrus
County Education Association and dis-
trict officials agreed on terms the sec-
ond time this month.
"To get money in the pockets of all the
employees we decided to concede,"
Marie Foster, spokeswoman for the sup-
port staff.


Support staff and school board mem-
bers must vote to finalize the pay
increase.
If approved, support staff personnel
will get a 20-cent raise a 1.6 percent
salary increase.
The increase will be included as part
of the district's classified union and
professional technical salary schedules
rather than a one-time bonus.
The increase will be retroactive, back
to July 1, 2004, partly because negotia-
tions began in March to get the staff
raises.
The cost to the district is $157,772,


said district finance director Sam
Hurst
The Education Association attempt-
ed to get support staff a 25-cent raise,
but district officials said the five-cent
increase would cost the district $40,000
- money they do not have.
"We've stretched and pulled to come
up with that 20 cents," said Rick
Kenney, assistant principal at Lecanto
Primary School. "We really made a
good faith effort. This is all we can
come up with."
While pleased the two groups could
complete the negotiations, the educa- '


tion association representatives wished
the district could offer more.
"It's very difficult for us to accept the
20 cents," said Sandra Armstrong said,
who is a representative with the educa-
tion association.
The district is researching the possi-
bility of rewarding support staff person-
nel who have earned additional
degrees or training beyond what their
job title calls for.
A committee has been formed and
will soon compile a list of what other
school districts offer their support staff
for additional training.


Count BRIEFS

Fire services warns
motorists of smoke
Citrus County Fire Rescue
officials posted signs
Wednesday advising motorists
near Grover Cleveland
Boulevard about. potential
smoke from a dwindling, deep-
seeded fire started Tuesday
night.
A sawdust business started a'
fire in the area, but by 7 p.m.
the fire spread to a deep pit
filled with debris. The business
had a permit to start a fire. Fire
Rescue contained the fire and
ringed it with a firebreak,
according to Fire Rescue
spokesman John Kabacinski.
Kabacinski said the smoke
could affect morning motorists,
but it didn't look like it presented
a problem Wednesday.
The small-flamed fire should
bum itself out in a week.
Accident holds up :
Homosassa traffic'
Two cars collided in a T-bone,
accident Wednesday afternoon,
blocking a southbound lane.of
U.S. 19 at Homosassa Trail for'
30 minutes.
Both drivers sustained minor
injuries, and Nature Coast EMS'
workers transported them by
ambulance to Seven Rivers
Regional Medical Center, said
deputy sheriff Stephen Conley.
Vem Marshall, 57,
Homosassa, was traveling north'
on U.S. 19 in a white Chevy
Cavalier when he attempted to ,
make a left turn west onto a
side road, Conley said.
Barbara Joyner, age
unknown, Homosassa, was
traveling south on U.S.19 in a
light beige Ford Escort when
she collided with Marshall's
car's front passenger side at
3:24 p.m.
Estimated damage to the cars
was unknown.
Along with Sheriff deputies
and EMS workers, Homosassa
Fire Rescue workers responded
to the crash'
Florida Highway Patrol offi-
cials are conducting a crash
investigation.
Chronicle to hold
candidate forum
The Chronicle is sponsoring a
political forum for Inverness City
Council candidates at 7 p.m.
Tuesday at the Historic Old
Courthouse.
Candidates for city council will
answer questions from a panel
of reporters. The forum is in the
old courtroom on the second
floor.
Inverness voters go to the
polls Feb. 8 to choose two
council members. In Seat 2,
Marci Miller faces Bill Sheen. In
Seat 4, incumbent Jacquie
Hepfer faces Sophia Diaz-
Fonseca.
For more information about
the forum, call 563-5660.
Animal Control
seeks Chihuahua
A Chihuahua-mix dog bit a
boy at 6 p.m. Jan. 9, on Holiday
Drive near Heck Court in Crystal
River. The dog is predominantly
black, shorthaired with tan
paws, has ears that stand erect
and is 18 inches tall.
Call Animal Control at
726-7660 with information.
From staff reports


Clarification
A story on page 1A of
Monday's edition, "Local author
brings 'true tales' to life," omitted
information. Marge Pritchett co-
authored "A History of Crystal
River" with Evelyn Bash.


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Florida Highway
Patrol
DUI arrest
Craig Allen Junk, 59, 5599
Sugarpine Point, Homosassa, at
3:35 p.m. Tuesday on a charge of
driving under the influence.
His bond was set at $500.
Other arrest
Calvin Ralph Hernandez, 38,
at 8:34 a.m. Wednesday on charges
of driving while license
suspended/revoked, tampering
with/fabricating physical evidence,
possession of drug paraphernalia
and possession of marijuana.
His bond was set at $11,000.
Citrus County Sheriff
Domestic battery
I arrest
Jessica Lynn Gabbard, 18,
Inverness, at 9:26 p.m. Tuesday on
a charge of domestic battery.
No bond was set.
A deputy responded to an
Inverness house in reference to a
battery. A 14-year-old boy told the
deputy Gabbard kicked him the
stomach three times and punched
him with a closed fist on the left side
of his face.
Gabbard denied kicking the boy,
but said she slapped him on the top
of his head. The deputy saw a small
raised bump on the boy's left cheek.
DUI arrests
Wesley Otis King, 36, at large,
at 1:54 a.m. Wednesday bn charges
of driving under the influence and
driving while license
suspended/revoked.
His bond was set at $11,000.
David Michael Largey, 41,
4772 Herman COurt, Homosassa, at



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witness interviews with the
state attorney's office.
According to the reports,
one of the girls said she was
staying at Graham's house
with her friend. She said
around 2 a.m., Graham came
into her room and slipped his
hand under her underwear
and fondled her before giving
her a goodnight hug. She said
she was awake but her eyes
were closed.
During her May interview
with FDLE special agent
Edith Neal, the girl said
Graham went over to her


SHERIFF
Continued from Page 1A

square-foot EOC to house dis-
patch, emergency operations
and other law enforcement
units.
Trading in two of the
three aging helicopters the
sheriff's office owns for one
reliable, modern helicopter
to reduce cost of replacement
parts and improve capabili-
ties.
County Commission Chair-
woman Vicki Phillips said she
plans to talk to Dawsy today
about the memo and his con-


10:54 p.m. Tuesday on a charge of
driving under the influence.
His bond was set at $500.
Other arrests
Benjamin Sexton Brown, 33,
at 3:55 p.m. Tuesday on a charge of
battery.
His bond was set at $1,000.
Anthony Michael Hogan, 20,
8349 N. Ocoee St., Dunnellon, at
9:14 p.m. Tuesday on a charge of
giving false information to a law
enforcement officer.
During a traffic stop, Hogan told a
deputy his name was Bruce Smith.
The deputy learned Hogan had an
active Citrus County warrant for his
arrest.
His bond was set at $500.
Rolbrt Michael Dagostino,
57, 859 S.E. Mayo Drive, Crystal
River, at 10:21 p.m. Tuesday on a
charge lof burglary of an
unarmed/unoccupied conveyance.
Dagostino 'admitted to a deputy
he drove to Greg's Car Center in
Crystal River, and took a garage
door opener out of a woman's car
without her knowledge, according to
the arrest report. The woman said
she dropped the car off at the shop
for repairs and when she returned
the garage door opener was miss-
ing.
The woman knew Dagostino, but
did not give him permission to take
the device. Dagostino told the
deputy he did not know what he did
was a crime and he just wanted to
get the woman to speak to him,
according to the report.
His bond was set at $5,000.
N Paul Rivera, 22, 2616 Forest
Drive, Inverness, at 8:54 a.m.
Wednesday on a charge of posses-


sion of marijuana.
No bond was set.
Burglaries
A representative of Midstate
Glass of Citrus County, State
Road 44 West, Inverness, reported
at 2:49 p.m. Friday a burglary, theft
and vandalism, between 10 p.m.
Thursday and 7:30 a.m. Friday, at
the parking lot of the business.
burglary was reported at 3:15
p.m. Tuesday, between 4 p.m.
Monday and 4 p.m. Tuesday, to a
motor vehicle at the 4500 block of
South Suncoast Boulevard,
Homosassa.
A burglary to a motor vehicle
was reported Tuesday at the 6900
block of West Gulf-to-Lake
Highway, Crystal River. The bur-
glary occurred between 8 a.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 4, and 10:21 p.m.
Tuesday.
A burglary was reported at 1:16
a.m. Wednesday, between
Wednesday, Dec. 22, and Monday,
Jan. 3, at a residence at the 7400
block of West Seven Rivers Drive,
Crystal River.
Thefts
A theft was reported at 10:49
a.m. Saturday, between 7:15 p.m.
and 7:20 p.m. Friday, at a business
parking lot at the 1200 block of
West Main Street, Inverness.
A theft was reported at 1:49
p.m. Saturday, between 8 p.m. and
8:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 18, 2004,


Graham first learned about the

allegations after his girlfriend called him

during a 'controlled' phone call

recorded by FDLE investigators.


friend and did the same thing.
Records say her friend was the
daughter of a woman Graham
was dating at the time.
In her interview with inves-
tigators, the daughter admit-
ted she wasn't really sure if the
incident happened or if she
was dreaming. She concluded,
though, that it took place.
Records say the friend even-
tually changed her, .story and


said Graham also digitally
penetrated her while she was
nearly asleep. Asked by inves-
tigators why she didn't reveal
that information before, she
said she had been scared.
Court records indicate no
medical exam was performed
on her because it would trau-
matize her, and it was unlikely
to find any physical evidence
because., the, incident hap-


cern for public safety funding- be used to fund public safety.
levels. As for Dawsy's plan to She said she has concerns
fill the commission room, about MSTUs. She said they
Phillips said she always wel- are a property tax with a mill-
comes public participation. age rate that could go as high
However, she said filling as 10 mills.
the commission chambers "The public needs to know
will not sway her opinion, it's an additional 10 mills on
"I will listen to the people, top of the existing 10 mills,"
listen to the facts, evaluate she said.
the facts and do whatever is Phillips said there are
in the best interest of all the other options for funding pub-
people in Citrus' County," she lic safety, including impact
said.
Phillips said she is not con-
vinced using an MSTU or an
MSBU is the best way to fund
public safety. She said the
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at the 7700 block of North
Hamilton Road, Dunnellon.
A bicycle theft was reported at
7:51 a.m. Sunday, between 3 p.m.
Saturday and 6 a.m. Sunday, at the
9800 block of North Citrus
Avenue, Crystal River.
A bicycle theft was reported at
10:34 a.m. Sunday, between 11 p.m.
Saturday and 6 a.m. Sunday, at the
9800 block of North Citrus
Avenue, Crystal River.
H A theft was reported Sunday at
the 2900 block of East Gulf-to-
Lake Highway, Inverness. The
theft occurred between 7:15 p.m.
and 10:40 p.m. Sunday.
An employee at Publix, North
Forest Ridge Boulevard, Hemando,
reported at 11:30 a.m. Monday a
retail theft at the business. The theft
occurred at 11:30 a.m. Monday.
A theft was reported at 11:29
p.m. Monday, at 9 p.m. Monday, at a
residence at the 2400 block of
North Florida Avenue, Hernando.
An employee at Bealls'
Department Store, East Gulf-to-
Lake Highway, Inverness, reported
Tuesday two retail thefts at the store.
The first theft occurred between
11:30 a.m. and 11:55 a.m. Tuesday.
The second theft occurred between
6:20 p.m. and 6:27 p.m. Tuesday.
A theft was reported at 6:53
p.m. Tuesday, between noon and 3
p.m. Tuesday, at a hotel-motel at the
9300 block of West Fort Island
Trail, Crystal River.


opened several months prior.
Neither girl told anybody
about what had happened
until the friend's mother was
having a talk with her about
good touches and bad touches,
and to not let anyone touch
her in a bad way. The girl then
told her mom what had hap-
pened, and the woman con-
tacted Graham's girlfriend.
Graham first learned about
the allegations 'after his girl-
friend called him during a
"controlled" phone call
recorded by FDLE investiga-
tors. He denied the allega-
tions, saying "he would never
do this because he had
defended sexual offenders
and he knew that children
would talk," according to a


fees and the general fund.
But she said she was
unaware the commission
could be voting on an MSTU
Tuesday until she talked to
County Administrator
Richard Wesch.
"I said I just wanted to
know what are we going to
vote on," Phillips said. "It
took some prodding to get him
to say we were doing to vote
on an MSTU.


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A theft was reported at 8:42
p.m. Tuesday, between 11 a.m. and
4 p.m. Monday, Dec. 6, at a resi-
dence at the 8100 block of South
Kimberly Circle, Floral City.
A theft was reported at 8:46
p.m. Tuesday, between 8 p.m. and
8:46 p.m. Tuesday, at a parking lot at
the 8600 block of West Halls River
'Road, Homosassa.
Vandalism
A representative of Walt
Connors Inc., Tompkins Street,
Inverness, reported at 9:56 a.m.
Friday a case of vandalism, between
5 p.m. Thursday and 9:30 a.m.
Friday, at the business.
A case of vandalism was
reported at 1:32 p.m. Saturday,
between 9 p.m. Friday and 7:45
a.m. Saturday, to a motor vehicle at
the 5800 block of West Woodside
Drive, Crystal River.
A case of vandalism was report-
ed at 2:07 p.m. Saturday at the 7800
block of West Gulf-to-Lake
Highway, Crystal River. The van-
dalism occurred Saturday.
A case of vandalism was report-
ed at 11:53 p.m. Saturday at a resi-
dence at the 4200 block of North
Mandrake Point, Crystal River.

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The vandalism occurred at 11 p.m.
Saturday.
A case of vandalism was
reported Sunday, between 1:30 a.m.
and 7 a.m. Sunday, at the 1000
block of North Dunkenfield
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Pine Ridge Tennis
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There will be a meeting of the
Pine Ridge Tennis Committee at 7
p.m. Tuesday in the Stable
Lounge.
All tennis players in the Pine
Ridge community are encouraged
to attend.
For further information, contact
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Women's World Day
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A planning session meeting for
Women's World Day of Prayer,
sponsored by Church Women
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Jan. 24 at Good Shepherd
Lutheran Church in Hernando. The


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women, regardless of denomina-
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for world needs. This year's focus
country will be Poland and the
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Prayer is Friday, March 4.
For information, call the church
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Unity Church of Citrus County
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boy off each morning and
picked him up at school on a
regular basis for about a
month. Ivert Kirkirt does not
have a driver's license.
Fretz met Ivert Kirkirt at the
Marion County Jail in
September 2004,, Livoti said.
Fretz served time Sept 9 to
Oct. 31 for battery and posses-
sion of marijuana charges.
Ivert Kirkirt served time Aug.
24 to Sept, 30 for violation of
probation on an aggravated
battery charge.
During that time, the men
befriended each other. Once
they were released, they
moved into a mobile home
together in Ocala, Livoti said.
Soon after, Adam's mother
was evicted from her
Dunnellon home and Adam
left to move in with his dad
and Fretz. Adam's parents are
separated, Livoti said.
On Tuesday evening, Ivert
Kirkirt returned home from
work and found a message on
his answering machine left by
Fretz at 2:10 p.m.
"Fretz said he picked Adam
up and he was going to do
some work on a vehicle, but his
car broke down and he bor-
rowed a cell phone ...," Livoti


Anyone who may
have seen Fretz
and Adam Kirkirt,
or knows their
whereabouts,
should call the
MCSO at
(352) 732-9111.

said.
Ivert Kirkirt called sheriff's
deputies at 8:15 p.m. to report
Fretz never brought Adam
home.
He said he didn't knpw
about Fretz's past.
In 1989, Fretz was arrested
in Pennsylvania on a sex
offense against an 11-year-old.
The offense included one
indecent assault charge and
two corruption of a minor
charges, Livoti said. He
received a prison sentence
and served it from 1991 to
1996.
He moved to Arizona, where
he registered as a sex offender,
as he is required to, Livoti
said.
He later moved to Florida
and didn't register as a sex
offender. Ocala Police


Department officials arrested 1993, four-door White Chevy
Fretz in September 2004 on Lumina with a temporary
domestic battery and posses- Florida tag temporary tag o
sion of marijuana charges. K930950.
Fretz spoke with his parole Direction of travel i1
officer, but has not made an unknown, Livoti said.
appointment to formally regis- Florida Department of Law
ter as a sex offender, officials and Ocala Police
Fretz's driver's license Department officials and FB
shows an address of 4113 investigators are assisting
Lafayette St., Marianna. He is MCSO investigators, Livot
self-employed, soliciting work said. Anyone who may havi
from truck drivers using a CB seen Fretz and Adam Kirkirt
radio on Marion County Road or knows their whereabout
326 at the Interstate 75 exit. should call the MCSO at (352
He is believed to be driving a 732-9111.

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River, died Friday, Jan. 14,
2005, at home in the company
of family and
friends.
Born in
Philadelphia
and raised in
Collingswood,
N.J., he came
to Cryetal
'River in 1972
by way of Kenneth
Malibu, Calif. Bayard
For many years
jhe fished professionally, sup-
plying local restaurants.
Known to friends and fellow
fishermen as "Baitman," he
switched to bait fishing in
r1993.
Survivors include his sister,
Doris Ensey of Medford Lakes,
N.J.; brother, Harry Bayard of
Westmont, N.J.; nieces, Linda
:Balzano of Haymarket, Va.,
and Barbara Wisnieski of
Vincentown, N.J.; nephew,
.Charles Ensey of Medford
'Lakes, N.J.; and several grand-
nieces and grandnephews.
iMemorial donations may be
:made to Hospice of Citrus
:County.
:Serenity Funeral Home &
:Cremation Services Inc.,
Crystal River

Beatrice
Gerou, 85
FLORAL CITY
Beatrice V Gerou, 85, Floral
City, died Jan. 17, 2005, in
Brooksville.
She was born Aug. 23, 1919,
in Perkins, Mich., to Jule and
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for soldiers without reading
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and students
at home as a
liason for the
Title One
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Program. He returned to
school and earned a Master's
degree for administration
and supervision. His last
assignment was in the office
of teacher recruitment
After retiring from the pub-
lic school system, he was a
volunteer at the Veterans
Medical Center in Miami,
where he escorted the dis-
abled and hospitalized veter-
ans to the Sunday chapel
services. He was awarded the
outstanding volunteer of the


year award from the Greater
Miami Chamber of
Commerce for his work at the
Miami Rescue Mission,
where he established a read-
ing program for the homeless
men.
He was a member of
Riverside Baptist Church in
Miami, taught in the Sunday
school and vacation bible
school and supervised the
welcome booth for visitors.
Survivors include his wife,
Helen Clark; two sons, Scott
and Michael O'Keefe, of
Unionville, Conn.; stepson,
David Clark, of Tallahassee;
two stepdaughters, Karen
Clark, of Pasadena, Calif., and
Margaret Clark Russell, of
Sarasota; five stepgrandchil-
dren, Brittany, Brandon and
Hillary Clark, of Tallahassee,
and Bryan and Sean Russell,
of Sarasota.
Mr. O'Keefe was noted for a
helping hand, a friendly
smile and a sense of humor.
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home with family, friends and
Hospice of Citrus County.
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DEATHS
i Continued from Page 6A

SLouise Drossart.
1 She came from Detroit,
:Mich., -to Tampa in 1973 and
:moved to Floral City in 1989.
She was a homemaker.
She was Catholic.
She was preceded in death
'by her parents and husband,
Elmer J. Gerou, Jan. 2, 2002.
Survivors include two sons,
'Larry N. Gerou of Zephyrhills
;and Gerald J. Gerou of Shelter
'Bay, Mich.; daughter, Jane
'Roberts of Floral City; sister,
'Louise Eagle of Lutz; two
grandchildren; and one great-
1grandchild.
Hooper Funeral Homes,
-Inverness Chapel.

Lena Mae
Jackson, 107.
CLEARWATER
Lena Mae Jackson, 107, of
.Clearwater, died Wednesday,
Jan. 19, 2005, at Morton Plant
A Hospital.
: Born in Dade City, she was a
lifelong area resident and a
:businesswoman.
She was -a member of
'Lakeside Community Church,
i Clearwater.
i Survivors include a daugh-
!ter, Shirleye Lane of Inverness;
[grandchildren, Lon Lane III of
iKansas City, Mo., and Bill
Jackson of Clearwater; six
great-grandchildren; and five
igreat-great-grandchildren.
i Moss Feaster Funeral Home,
:Clearwater.
James Joyce, 64
'DUNNELLON
I James Bonfield Joyce, 64,
PDunnellon, died Wednesday,
Jan. 19, 2005.
I Born in Milwaukee, Wis., he
:was a retired senior manager
with CSX Corp. He moved to
'Dunnellon from Jacksonville
!in 1995.
He was a member of
;Rainbow Springs Country
'Club.
1 Survivors include his wife of
:42 years, Marilyn C. Joyce of
Dunnellon; three sons, James
,Joyce and John Joyce, both of
'Cincinnati, Ohio, and Joseph
Joyce of New Vienna, Ohio;
daughter, Tammy Buckley of
'Florence, Ky.; three sisters,
Jervaise Morgan of Memphis,
,Tenn., Joan Brawley of
iLittleton, Colo.,. and Judith
'Squires of Keystone Heights;
itwo brothers, Thomas Joyce of
Orlando and Robert Joyce of
Apopka; and seven grandchil-
Idren.
f Roberts Funeral Home,
;Dunnellon.


George Ruff, 87
DUNNELLON
George N. Ruff, 87,
,Dunnellon, died Wednesday,
:Jan. 19, 2005, in Ocala.
Born in
!Croton, Ohio,
!he came here
from Dayton,
;Ohio, in 1976.
'He was a
;retired truck driver
He was a U.S. Army World
War II veteran.
He was Protestant
a He was preceded in death by
, a son, Ralph Turner, and
granddaughter, Amanda
i"Mandi" Herttell.
He is survived by his wife,
Mae Ruff of Dunnellon; three
;sons, Ron Turner and .Barry
:"Steve" Turner and wife, Vicki,
iall of Dunnellon, and Randy
Turner and wife, Trish, of
iIrvine, Ky.; nine grandchil-
*dren; and three great-grand-
:children.
In lieu of flowers, the family
(requests memorial contribu-
tions be made to Hospice of
:Marion County, Legacy House.
Roberts Funeral Home
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Gall Shultz, 68
INVERNESS


Survivors include her com-
panion of 24 years, Andrew G.
Michna of T .Lnfnt- two sons


Gail E. Shultz, 68, Inverness, Dan R. Shultz of Inverness and
died Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2005, in William F Shultz of Westover,
Inverness. Ala.; two daughters, Dannette
Born Nov. 20, 1936, in R. Kentel of Worcester, Mass.,
Worcester, Mass., she was the and Lori F Hillier of the U.S.
daughter of Frederi.ck and Virgin Islands; brother,
Frances Barry. She came here Frederick Barry of Worcester,
from Birmingham, Ala., in Mass.; eight grandchildren;
1998. and four great-grandchildren.
She was a U.S. Air Force vet- Hooper Funeral Homes,
eran, serving as a drill sergeant Inverness Chapel.
in San Antonio, Texas.
She worked as a manager of Charles
rental properties. Stathos, 48
Ms. Shultz was a member of INVERNESS
the John E Kennedy Library
Association and. the Charles George Stathos, 48,
Democratic Party. She enjoyed Inverness, died Tuesday, Jan.
the company of her cat, Pretty 18, 2005, at his sister's home in
Girl, as well as cooking, family Homosassa, under the care of
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A native of Tampa, he was
born Dec. 30, 1956, to William
and Anna Stathos. He came to
this area last year from
Raymond, N.H. He was the for-
mer owner and operator of an
auto body shop.
He was of the Greek
Orthodox faith.
Survivors include two
daughters, Erica Spechelli of
Epping, N.H., and Christina
Stathos of Raymond, N.H.; two
brothers, William Stathos of
North Andover, Mass., and
John Stathos of Woburn, Mass.;
four sisters, Dorthea "Doey"
Aucoin and Tasia Seijas, both
of Lecanto, Mary Anne Dorsi of
Homosassa and Janet Stathos
of Beverly Hills; and two
grandchildren, Ashley and
Brandon.
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Boyd Stout, 76
LECANTO
Boyd L. Stout, 76, Lecanto,
died Saturday, Jan. 15, 2005, at
his home in Lecanto.
Born in
Winston Sa-
lem, N.C., for-
mer Senior
Master Sgt. St-
out served in
the U.S. Air Force for 25 years.
He served in the Korean and
Vietnam wars.
He was a member of the Loyal
Moose Lodge 2112 in Lecanto.
Survivors include his wife of
52 years, Dolores J. Stout; a
son, Boyd L. Stout Jr. and wife
April Sherry; two daughters,
Sherry M. Pryor and Tammy G.


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Stout; three sisters, Henrietta
Green, Lee Smith and Anoree
Stout; four grandchildren; and
great-grandchildren.
Memorial contributions for
Boyd Stout may be made to
Hospice of Citrus County.
Gonzalez Funeral Home.
Rita Tauber, 85
BEVERLY HILLS
Rita E. Tauber, 85, Beverly
Hills, died Tuesday, Jan. 18,
2005, in Lecanto.
Born Aug. 27, 1919, in Boston,
Mass., she was the daughter of
Carleton and Esther Mooney.
A homemaker, she came here
from Williston Park, N.Y. in
1991. She enjoyed spending
time with her family.
She was a member of St
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MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE)
Name Vol (00) Last Chg
Lucent 1117963 3.42 -.28
Motorola 490779 16.20 -1.23
Pfizer 414593 24.88 -.42
NortelNIf 231779 3.10 -.14
EMCCp 208319 13.36 -.54

GAINERS ($2 OR MOnE)
Name Last Chg %Chg
TriarcA 14.52 tl.78 +14.0
TrdarcB 13.38 +1.29 +10.7
Unflt 3.51 +.33 +10.4
IntegES 4.55 +.36 +8.6
EDO' 31.04 +2.16 +7.5

LOSERS (12 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Chg
DoralRFin 44.00 -5.45 -11.0
Maytag 16.73 -1.94 -10.4
Chizlnc 5.49 -.51 -8.5
Plantron 38.15 -3.50 -8.4
Lucent 3.42 '-.28 -7.6

DIARY


Advanced
Declined
Unchanged
Total Issues
New Highs
New Lows
Volume


1,318
2,014
135
3,467
153
13
1.898.492.910


MOST ACTIVE (S1 OR MORE)
Name Vol (00) Last Chg
SPDR 509223 118.22 -1.25
SemirTr 224511 30.76 -.74
IShRs2000 95723 122.57 -1,78
DJIA Diam 63552 105.25 -.91
IShJapan 61724 10.67 -.20

GAINERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg *.Chg
Gurunetn 1090 .1 80 .198
SterlCons n 6.30 +.70 .+12.5
Arhyth 16.75 +1.81 +12.1
IntlgSys 3.00 +.30 +11.1
NabVis 6.80 +.56 +9.0

LOSERS (52 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Chg
Rotonic 3.67 -.78 -17.5
B&HO 12.00 -1.40 -10.4
PathlNet 4.30 -.39 -8.3
Becsys 4.00 -.34 -7.8.
Halifax 5.50 -.44 -7.4

DIARY


Advance
Declined
Unchanged
Total Issues
New Highs
New Lows
Volume


369
548
92
1,009
26
13
204,008,010


MOST ACTIVE (S1 OR MORE)
Name Vol (00) Last Chg
SiriusS 1431606 5.81 -.43
Aastrom 1016536 4.05 +.70
Nasd100Tr 913393 38.08 -.64
Cisco 719201 18.15 -.59
Intel 709078 22.60 -.34

GAINERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg "oChdg
AVI Bo 414 w .210 .10259
Aastrom 4.05 +.70 +20.9
DIstEnSy 3.14 +.51 +19.4
StdMgt 3.90 +.60 +18.2
AehrTest 3.23 +.48 +17.4

LOSERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Chg
WddQst 2.15. -.63 -22.7
Cellstar 3.45 -.87 -20.1
FX Ener 13.00 -2.98 -18.6
Rambus 17.85 -3.46 -16.2
Alvarion 10.71 -1.68 -13.6

DIARY


Advanced
Declined
Unchanged
Total Issues
New Highs
New Lows
Volume


995
2,134
137
3,266
75
26
2,183,325,405


Here are Ien 825 most active stocks on the New York Stock Evcriange. 765 most active on the
Nasdaq National Market and 116 most active on the Amencan Stock Excnange. Stocks in bold
are worth a least $5 and changed 5 percent or more in price Underlniig for 50 most active
on NYSE and Nasdaq ana 25 most active on Amex Tables ihow name. pnce and net change,
arid one to two addiuonal fields rotated through the week, as oillows.


DIv: Current annual dividend rate paid on stock. based on latest
quarterly or semiannual declaration, unless otherwIse footnoled.
Name: Stocks appear alphabetically by the company's lull name
(rnot its abbreviation). Names consisting of inltals appear at the,
beginning of each letter's list.
Last: Pnce stock was trading at when exchange closed for the day.
Chg: Loss or gain for the day No change indicated by ..


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STOC S O OAS ITRS


YTD
Name DIv YId PE Last Chg %Chg Name DIv YId PE Last


AT&T .95 5,1 ... 18.51 -.27 -2.9
AmSouth 1.00 4.1 14 24.69 -.39 -4.7
BkofAm s 1.80 4.0 12 44.97 -.76 -4.3
BellSouth 1.08 4.0 12 26.95 -.11 -3.0
CapCtyBk .76 2.0 18 37.63 -.83 -10.0
Citigrp 1.60 3.3 15 48.04 -.13 -.3
Disney .24 .8 25 28.50 -.24 +2.5
EKodak .50 1.6 13 31.87 +.14 -1.2
ExxonMbl 1.08 2.1 14 51.05 -.45 -.4
FPLGp 2.72 3.7 15 73.79 -.30 -1.3
FlaRock .80 1.4 23 58.45 +.09 -1.8
FordM .40 2.9 11 13.93 -.15 -4.8
GenElec .88 2.5 23 35.44 -.52 -2.9
GnMotr 2.00 5.4 5 36.71 -.06 -8.4
HomeDp .34 .8 19 41.80 -.36 -2.2
Intel .32 1.4 18 22.60 -.34 -3.4
IBM .72 .8 19 93.10 -1.80 -5.6


LowesCos .16 .3 22 57.13 -.31 -.8
McDnlds .55 1.7 20 31.62 +.02 -1.4
Microsoft .32 1.2 33 25.98 -.34 -2.8
Motorola .16 1.0 25 16.20 -1.23 -5.8
Penney .50 1.2 ... 42.63 -.43 +3.0
ProgrssEn 2.36 5.3 16 44.15 -.30 -2.4
Sears .92 1.8 24 50.00 -.28 -2.0
SprntFON .50 2.1 ... 23.52 -.44 -5.4
TimeWarn ... ...30 18.50 -.11 -4.9
UniFirst .15 .4 20 39.02 +.02 +38.0
VerizonCmI.54 4.2 31 36.65 -1.03 -9.5
Wachovia 1.84 3.5 14 53.02 +.04 +.8
WalMart .52 1.0 23 53.78 -.71 +1.8
Walgrn .21 .5 31 43.03 -.13 +12.1


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52-Week
High Low Name


Net % YTD 52-wk
Last Chg Chg % Chg % Chg


10,868.07 9,708.40 Dow Jones Industrials 10,539.97 -88.82 -.84 -2.25 -.79
3,823.96 2,743.46 Dow Jones Transportation 3,552.48 -36.74 -1.02 -6.47 +15.96
337.79 259.08 Dow Jones Utilities 334.58 -.68 -.20 -.11 +22.65
7,273.18 6,211.33 NYSE Composite 7,059.27 -55.26 -.78 -2.63 +6.02
1,437.46 1,150.74 Amex Index 1,415.42 -5.78 -.41 -1.32 +15.78
2,191.60 1,750.82 Nasdaq Composite 2,073.59 -32.45 -1.54 -4.68 -3.21
1,217.90 1,060.72 S&P500 1,184.63 -11.35 -.95 -2.25 +3.22
656.11 515.90 Russell2000 617.91 -6.96 -1.11 -5.17 +3.42
12,024.36 10,268.52 DJ Wilshire 5000 11,657.80 -109.08 -.93 -2.62 +4.06


NE YRKSOC0ECANG


Tkr Name Last Chg


ABB ABB Lid 6.7 -.09
ACE ACE Ltd 43.85 +.33
ACG ACM Inco 8.16
AES AESCp u13.69 -.13
AFL AFLAC 40.06 +.04
AG AGCO 20.88 -.31
ATG AGLRes 33.32 -.03
AKS AKSteel 13.92 -.21
AML AMULRs 29,96 -.23
R A AMR 8.76 -.11
ASA 'ASALtd 38.88 -.33
T AT&T 18.51 -27
AUO AUOptron 13.84 -.45,
AXA AXA 23.79 -.34
ABT AbtLab 46.05 +.01
ANF AberFoc u52.13 +1.75
ACN Accenture 26.00 -.10
ADX AdamsEx 12.85 -.06
KAR Adesan 20.67 -.43
AVO AdvMOpt 42.25 -.23
AMD AMD 15.50
ARO Aeropsta 27.82 -.34
AET Aetna u127.60 +1.07
ACS AffCmpS 56.05 -.65
AMG A fMgres 62.17 -.39
AGRIAAaere 1.38 -.03
AGFR/BAgereB 1.36 -.03
A Agllent 22.06 -.37
AHO Ahold 8.28
APD AlrProd 57.19 -.84
AAI AlrTran d8.20 -34
ASS Aberisn 23.04 -.32
AL Alcan 3925 -.46
ALA Alcatel 13.82 -.22
AA Acoa 29.18 -.59
AYE AllgEngy 18.60 -.18
ATI AlleTch 21.10 +.05
ALE Alte s 40.94 +24
AC AJICap u 41.57 -.49
AGI AIlGam 10.95 -.21
AWF AlWrid2 12.11 +.01
AW AldWaste 8,90 -.07
AFC AllmrnrFn 30.85 -.41
ALL. State 50.67 -.91
AT' Alel 56.26 ,-.03
ALO .Alphanna 15.55 -.16
MO Alria Q 63.66 -.40
DOX Amdoas 26.85 +.31
AHC AmHess ,83.77 -.33
AEE Asneren 49.92 +.07
AMX AMovIIL 52.16 +.48
AWA AmWest 4.66 -.84
AXL AmAxle 28.32 -.06
AEP AEP 34.76 -.06
AXP AmExp 53.06, -.09
AFR AFndIRT. 15.61 -.18
AM AGrees 23.91 -.37
AIGi AmlntGp 67.01 -.69
ASD AmSd s 40.02 +.04
CSP AmSIP3 12.02 -.02
AMT AmTower 18.87 -.13
ACF Amedicdt 24.16 -.58
ABC AmerisBig 57.50 -.45
APH Amphenoleu36.96+1.85
ASO ArnSouh 24.69 -.39
APC Anadt'k 64.50 -.24
ADI AnalogDev 32.14 -.93
AU AnglogidA 32.82 -.32
BUO Anhseuir 49.10 +.01
ANN AnnTayirs 22.14 -.42
NLY Annaly 19.31 -.09
AOC AonCorp 22.88 -.02
APA Apache 52.03 -.33
AlV Aplinv 36.67 +.07
AHG Apria 32.40 +.33
WTR AquaAnm 2425 -.25
ILA Aquila 3.45 -.07
RMK Aramark 26.17 +.39
ACI ArchCoal 34.67 -.39
ADM ArchDan u23.31 +.12
ASN ArchslnSm 35.12 +.03
ARWV AnowEl 22.19 -.45
ASH Ashland 58.00 -.95
AEC AsdEstal 9.97 +.02
AIZ Assurantn 30.51 -.45
AZN AstaZen 35.23 -.12
ATO ATMOS 26.99 -.20
AN AutoNatn 19.09 4.05
ADP AutoData 43.92 -.22
AZO. AutoZone 91.17 -.08
AV Avaya 15.90 -.63
AVL Aviall 22.20 -.45
AVP .Avon s 41.28
BBT BBTCp ,39.41 -.51


BHP SBHPBIILU 23.75 -.09
BSG BISYS 15.01 -.12
BJS BJSvolf 4620 +.34
EBJ BJWh is 28.67 -.34.
BMC BMCSft 16.63 -.47
BP BPPLC O 8.11 .17
BRT BRT 23.40 +.07
BHI BakrHu 42.67 +.09
BLL BallCpa 43.17 +.07
BFT BalyTotF 4.04 -.02
BAC BkofAma 44.97 -.76
BK BkNY 31.50 -1.44
BNK Banknorth 36.97 -.12
BN Banta 44.10 -.07
SCR Bards u66.55 +.05
BKS BamNbIs 32.79 -.15
BRL BarrPhms 47.38 -.52
ABX Banidck 22.27 -.07
BOL BauschL 66,75 +1.80
BAX Baxter 36.35 +.31
BSC BearSt 101.30 -.46
BE BearingPt 7.76 -.10
BZH BeazrHm U147.94 +.39
BEC BeckCoul 6.00 -1.96
BDX Bect~ck, 54.60 -.41
BLS BellSouth 26.95 -.11
BEA Berkley 47.50 -.37
BBY BestBuy 67.35 -.38
BEV Beverly u9.60 +.40
BLI BlgLots 11.36 -.16
BDK BlackD 83.24 -1.15
BKH BkHICp 29.92 +.06
BRF BIkFL06 16.61 -.11
HRB BockHR 40.93 -.36
BBI Blodkbsr 9.73 +.08
BLU BlueChp 6.65 -.05
BA Boeing 51.41 -.47
.BGP Borders 28.30 +.10
SAM BostBaer 24.01 -.20
BXP BostProp -0.50 -.02
BSX BostonScl 33.40 -.13
BOW BoWatr 39.13 -.15
BYD Boydm 40.27 +.64
BMY BrMvS 24.52 +.09
BG BungeLt 56.66 -1.09
BNI BuriNSF 46.62 -.33
BR BuriRscs 43.37 +.05
CHG CHEngy 46.61 -.43
CI CIGNA 81.94 -1.00
CIrr CITGp 41.89 -1.96
CKR CKE Rst 14.04 +.08
CMS CMS Eng 9.85 -.05
CSS CSSInds 31.77 -.23
CSX CSX 38.30 -.45
CVS CVS Cp U47.26 -.24
CVC CablvsnNY 24.38 +.41
CDN Cadence, 13.16 -.29
CZR Caesars 19.85 -.10
ELY CallGoR 12.81 -.13
CPN-,eCalDlne I 3A34 a.06,'/
,pPB CiMpSp 29,42 -24
COF CapOne 82.10 -.83
.CMOpS CapMpfB 13.80
+.25
CAH CardnlHIth 54.20 -.30
CMX CaremkRx 40.50 -.05
KMX CarMaX 30.14 -.16
-CCL Camlval u58.45 +.53
CG CaroinaGpu32.18 +.83
POS CatalMdkg 25.83 -.48
CAT Caterpilr 91.51 -1.02
CLS Celestlcg 13.11 -29
CX Cemex 36.85 -.48
CD Cendant 22.48 -.09
cCNC Cerdentes 30.88 -1.71
CNP CenterPnt 11.04 +.15.
CTX Centexs u61.05. +.20
CTL CntryTel 33.83 -.05
CTLpACtyTelun 25.67 -.17
CHB ChmpE 11.18 -.16
CKP Checkpnt 16.01 +.06
CHK ChesEng 16.79 -.08
CVX ChevTexs 5269 -.40
CHS ChcosiFASu52.45 -.21
CHL ChinaMble 15.82 +.07
CHU ChinaUnI 7.71 +.27
CYD ChlYau 10.78 +.66
CB Chubb u77.54 -.94
CBB CondBell 4.47 -.02
CIN CINergy '40.55 -.36
CC CircCiy 14.14 -.08
C CIqrm 48.04 -.13
CZN CItzComm 13.40 -.05
CLE CelnmsStra 20.90
CCU ClearChan 31.42 -.48
CLF ClevCIfs u54.42 +1.09


CLX Clorox u59.19 +.10
COH Coach 65.60 -1.12
KO CocaCI 41.10 -.16
CCE CocaCE 20,68 -.08
CODE Coeur 3.63 -.09
CL ColaPal 50.07 -.07
CNB ColBgp 20.04 -.05
CMK Colntin 8.95 +.09
CMA Comerica 59.05 -.61
CBH CmcBNJ 68.80 -1.63
CMC CmdMtsl 27.14 +.21
CTV, ComSop 17.54 -.82
CYH CmtyHIt 29.25 +.16
RIO CVRDe 28.37 -.81
CA CompAa 27.93 -.54
CSo CompSol 53.48 -1.17
CRK CometkRs 22.61 -.08
CAG ConAgra u29.94 +.13
COP ConocPhIl. 8927 -.85
CNO Conseco 19.52 -.18
CNOpB ConscopfB 26.10
-.19
CNX ConsolEgy 40.23 -.69
ED ConEd 43.72 -.26
CEQ ConstellEn 44.60 -.10
CAL CtlAIrB 9.45 -.40
CVG Cnvrgys 15.07 +.30
CAM CoopCam 54.78 -.48
COO CooperCo 73.64 +1.18
CTB Coopertre 22.13 +.07'
RKY. CoorsB 74.65 -.05
GLW Comina 11.93 -.30
CFC CntwdFns 37.67 +.30
CVD Covance 36.40 -.60
CVH Coventhy 63.70 -.25
CEI CresRE 17.46 +.07
CK Cromnpton 11.27 -.06
CCI CrwnCste 17.47 +.33
CCK CrownHold 12.88 -.15
CY CypSem 9.67 -.35


DNP DNPSelct 11.61 +.04
DPL DPL 25.11 -.39
DHI DRHortdn 41.00 +520
DTE DTE 43.59 -.16
DON 'DanaCp 16.11 -.20
DHR Danahers 54.58 -.40
DRI Darden 29.00 -.42
DV DeViy 15.95 -.60
DF DeanFds 33.95 -.37
DE Deere 70.05 -.60
DLM DelMnte 11.38 +.13
DPH Delphi d7.94 -.03
DAL DeltaAIr 5,96 -.20
OP DelltPne 29.13 -.22
bT Deuffel 20.99 +.01
DVN DevonEs 39.47 +.07
0DEX DexMedlan24.75 +.15
DO DIaOffs 41,79 +.56
oDS bliDards i7.54 .23'
DTV \DireoTV 16.13 -.22
DIS Disney 28.&50 -24
DG OollarG 20.50 -.29-
S DomRes 68.93 -.72
RRD DohlleyRR 33.87 +.17
DRL DolRFIn 44.00 -6.45
DOV Dover 39.06 -.68
DOW DowChm 49.27 -.70
DSL DowneyFnu59.00 +1.93
DD DuPont 47.38 -.11
DUK DukeEgy 25.33 -.07
DRE DukeRfty 32.97 -.17
DNB DunBrad 56.32 +.27
DOE DuqUght 18.32 -.29
DYN Dynegy 4.30 -.05
ET ETrade 13.18 -.39
EMC EMCCp 13.36 -.54
EOG EOG Res 70.90 -.72
EMN EastChm 51.81 +.65
EK EKodak 31.87 +.14
EV EatnVans 25.15 -.07
ECL Ecolab ,34.26 +.05
EIX Edisonint 31.64 +.13
EDO EDO 31.04 +2.16
EP BPasoCp 10.86 +.12
ELN Elan 28.67 +.47
EDS EDS 21.55 -.55
ERJ EBrasAero 31.34 +.83
EMR EmrsnEB 67.31 -.82
EDE EmpDIst 22.00 -.22
ELX Emulex 16.15 -.97
EEP EnbrEPtrs u53.17 +.46
ECA EnCanag 66.99 -1.11
NPO EnPro 27.19 -.28
ESV ENSCO 32.90 +.31
ETS Enterasys 1.39 -.12


ETR Entergy 66.69 -30
EPD EntPrPI 27.18
EQT EqtReso 67,83 -.67
ENN Eqtyinn 11.18 +.04
EOP EqOffPT 28.65 +.04
EQR EqtyRod 34.22 +.02
ETH EthanAI 36.28 -1.72
EXC Exelona 43.15 -.22
XJT ExpreJet 11.26 -.14
EXR ExtraSpon 13.30 +.05
XOM ExxonMbI 51.05 -.46
FTI FMCiTch .31.17" -.33
FPL FPLGp 73.79 -.30
FCS FalrchIdS 13.62 -.38
FHR Falrmntg 32.84 -.33
FDO FamDir 32.63 -.31


FNM PannIMae 67.43 -2.27
FNMpJFMaepfJ 50.12 +.07
FDX FedExCp 93.25 -.60
FSS FedSigni 17.50 -.03
FD FedrDS 57.08 -.89
FP Ferreligs 21.02 +.01
FOE Ferro 20.96 +.34
FNF --*1+ .1 44.41 .-'
:66 -:,o. 41.07 -2
FF FFinFds 19.90 -13
FHN FstHorizon 43.04 +.33
FE FrstEngy 39.30 -.12
FSH FIshrSd 62.48 +.39
FLE FleetEn, d9.8 -.02
FRK FlaRock 58.45 +.09
F FordM 13.93 -.15
FRX ForestLab 42.59 .+.80
FST ForestOIIl 31.54 +.30
FO FoituneBr 75.93 -.88
FOX FoxEnt 33.27 -.08
BEN FranhRes 67.68 -.67
FRE FredMac 69.41 -.72
FCX FMCG 37.16 -1.04
FSL Freescalen 17.45 -.05
FSLB FreeScBn 17.89 +.11
FMT Fremont 24.35 -.04
FBR FriedBR 19.80 +.12
FRO Frontilnes 47.72 -.15
FBN FumBrds 23.88 -.43

GMT GATX 26.93 -.71
GCT GMHCTn 13.39 +.09
GAB GabellET 9.09 +.05
GME' GameStp 19.36 +.04
GCI Gannett 81.25 -1.16
GPS Gap 20.89 -,11
GTW Gateway 5.16 -.03
DNA Genentch s 50.27 -.52
GD GenDyn 101.00 -1.47
GE GenElec 35.44 -.52
GGP GnGrthPrp 34.01. +.51
GMR GnMarit 40.15 +.02
GIS GenMills u52.18 +.36
GM GnMotr d36.71 -.06


GBM GMdb32Bd21.95
GPM GMdb33 d24.91
GNW Genworth n 26.55
GP GaPacd 34.33
G Glllette 45.00
GLG Glamls 16.47
GSK GlaxoSKIn 44.77
GSF GlobalSFe 34.77
QFI GoldFLd 11.76
GG Goldorpg 14.43
QDW GoldWFa 62.35
GS GoldmanS 104.06
GR Goodrich 31.42
GT Goodyear u15.24
GRA vJGrace 12.93
GTI Grafrech 8.16


GRP GrantPrde 19.91 +.22
GXP GtPIalnEn 30.01 -.15
GMP GMP 28.21 -.08
GFF GrIffon 26.55 -.03
TV GTelevsa 60.34 -.07
GTK Gtechs 23.17 -.54
GSH GuangRy 18.51 -.45
ouTr ,. 7.10 +.04
hr. -.: ". 43.86 +'
HRP HRPTPip 12.33' +.02
HAL Hallbtn u42.20 +.38
JHS HanJS 15.80 +.03
PDF HanPtDIv 9.61 -.01
PDT HanPtDv2 11.74 +.21
KIDI HarleyO 59.71 -.20
HMY HarmnnonyG 8.64 -.15
HET HarrahE 65.74 -.24
HIG HartfdFn 68.15 -.38
HNR HarvNRes 12.38 -.05
HAS Hasbro 18.91. -.03
HAT HattSe 14.50 +.03
HE HawailEls 28.65 -.19
HCN HOCrREIT 35.20 +.34
HMA HltMgt 23.95 -.01
HR HthcrRlty 36.89 +.03
HNT HeaithNet 29.85 -.15
HL HaclaM 5.48 -.10
HNZ Heinz 38.11 -.25
OTE HellnTel 8.92 -.03
HP HeimPay u34.10 +.45
HSY Hersheys 55.98 +.17
HPQ HewlelP 20.28 -.15
HIB Hibem 27.10 -.40
HIW HIghwdP 25.52 +.24
HLT HIlton u22.96 -.22
HLR Hollingerlf 15.20 +.15
HD HomeDp 41.80 -.36
HON Honwllnlti 35.37 -.48
HMT HostMarr 16.75 -.12
HOV HovnanEsu5E.21 +.53
HUG HughSups 30.49 -.77
HUM Humana 32.94 -.32
IBN ICICIBk 19.45 +,43
RX IMSHlth 22.92 -.18


DVY IShDJDv 59.56 -.44
IDA Idacorp 29.68 -.36
rITW rITW 91.25 -.12
IMN Imation 32.23 -.54
IMH ImpacMtg 22.40 +.70
N INCO 33.40 -.12
IR IngerRd 76,.22 -.34
IM IngrmM 18.90 -.24
10 InputOut 6.55 +.01
IES IntegES 4.55 +.36
IBM IBM 93.10 -1.80
IGT In[lame 33.65 -.32
IP nltPap 39.70 -.85
IRF IntRect 37.62 -1.33
ISG IntlSteel 39.78 -.07
IPG Intarpubllc 13.32 +.05


ITG InvTech 19.46 -.58
ION IonIcs u43.48 +.03
IRM IronMtns 28.86 -.68

JPM JPMoroCh 37.84 -.56
JPMpYJPMChplY 25.20 +.14
JBL Jabll 22.50 -1.03
JJZ "Ja I z'f 9.36 --.27
JNS JanusCap :15.66 -.36
IEF Jeffies '38.54 -1.62
JP JeffPllot .50.65 '+.08
JNJ JohnJn '62.82 -.21
JCI JohnsnCOl 60.85 -.62
KBH KBHomeu109.58 +.03
KTC KTCorp 22.14 -.08
KDN Kaydon 31.42 -.58
KEA Keane d12.60 -.41
K Kellogg 44.65 -.33
KWD Kelwood 32.07 +.29
KEM KemeltCp 8,30 -.20
KMT Kennmil 48.75 -.18
,KMG KerrMc 59.11 -.40
KEY Keycorp 31.73 -.22
KSE KeySpan 38.97 -.17
KMB KimbCIk 64.00 -.11
KMP KIndME 45.97 +.42
KMI KindMorg u74.43 +1.94
KG KingPhrtn 10.93 -.05
KGC Kinross g 6.77 -.03
KSS Kohls 47.51 -.74
KEP KoreaElc 13.31 -.27
KFT Kraft 34.33 -.10
KKD KrIpKns 9.16 -.45
KR Kroger 17.01 +.01
LLL L-3Com 70.15 -.77
SLRT LLE Ry 6.58 +.08
LSI LSI Log 5.58 -.12
SLTC LTC Prp 19.55 +.20
LZB LaZBoy 13.42 -.27
LQI LaQulnta 9.01 -.05
LG Lactede 29.59 -.12
LVS LVSandsn 44.35 -.86
LF LeapFrog 12.57 -.33
LEA LearCorp 54.66 -.34


W LeggM99s 71.01 -.93 MZ Milecron 3.09 4.01


LM LeggMass 71.01 -.83
LEH LehmBr 89.34 -1.23
LEN LennarA u57.80 -.23
LXP LexCrpP 21.56 +.09
LXK Lexmark 83.48 -1.27
ASG LbtyASQ 6.44 -.02
L UbtvMA 10.60 +.12
LLY UllyEli 57.00 -.54
LTD Umited 23.05 +.19
LNO UncNat 46,81 -.71
LNN Undsay 23.10 +.,10
LMT LockhdM 55.89 -.64
LPX LaPac 26.07 +.32
LOW LoweCos 67.13 -.31
LU Lucent 3.42 -.28
LYO Lyondell 28.68 -,37


MTB M&TBk 100.91 -.869
KRB MBNA 27.20 -.17
MDC MDCs u73.01 +.09
MDU MDU Res 26.72 +.02
MCR MCR 8.81 -.03
MOGG MGM Mr u76.05 -.25
MIM MIDevei u30.98 +.78
MPS MPSGrp 11.21 -.14
MGA Magnael 78.00 +.14
MHR MagnHunt 13.06, +;39
MHY MgdHI. 6.52 +.04'
MAN Manpwl 46.69 -1.11
MFC Manulifg 44.33 -.24
MRO Marathon 38.45 -.31
MAR MarlntA u63.86 -.22
MMC MarshM 31.75 +.02
MI Marshils 42.56 +.32
MSO MStewrt 28.31 -.61
MVL MaivelEs 17.41 7.82
MAS Masco 36.23 -.40
MEE MasseyEn 35.11 +.61
MSC MatSd 16.29 06
MAT Mattel 19.00 -.30
MXO Maxtor 4.90 -.09
MAY MayDS 31.37 -.84
MYG Mayeaq 16.73 -1.94
MCD McDnlds 31.62 +.02
MHP McGrH u92.68 +.53
MCK McKesson 30.38 -.89
MFE McAfee 25.45 -.55
MWV MeadWvoo 30.68 -1.36
MHS MedcoHth 41.67 -.54
MRX Medlciss 35.04 +.36
MDT Medtimlc 51.07 -.02
MEL MellonFnc 29,63 -.53
MRK Merck 31.02 -.28
TMR MeridRes 5.71 -.11
MER MerdllLyn 58.46 -.54
MET MetULe u41.22 +.19
MU MlronT 11.01 -.19
MAA MkAApt 40,35 +.20
MDS Midas 19.75 +.05


MZ Mllacron 3.09 +.01
MIL Mlllpore 47.55 -.43
MLS MIIIeCp 58.30 +.04
MEpA MspfAckld 25.15 -.05
MBT MobleTels 32.66 -.76
MON Monsnto u58.41 +.76
MCO Moodys 85.34 +1.14
MWD MorgStan 55.43 -1.02
MSF MSEmMkt 17.66 -.46
MOS Mosaic 16.99 +.06
MOT Motorola 16.20 -1.23
MEN MunlenhFd 10.88 +.01
MYL MylanLab 16.86 -.18
NTY NBTY 23.21 .+.08
,NCR NCR Cp 69.35 +.04
NCC NalClty 36.09 -.28
NFG NatFuGas 27.70 -.13
NGG NatGrid 47.58 -.14
NOI NatOiwl 35.71 -.26
NSM NatSemis 16.61 -.43
NLS Nautilus 21.34 -.77
NAV NavIstar 41.61 +.27
HYB NewAm 2.16 +.01
NEW NwCanlFn 60.39 -.57
NJR NJRscn 42.26 -.01
NXL NPlanEld 26.06 +.06
NYB NYCmtys 18.27 -.10
NWL NewellRub 23.00 -.04
NEM NewmtM 42.32 -.14
NR NwpkRi 5.40 +.13
NWS/ANewsCoAn 16.74 -.17
NWS NewsCpBn17.41 -.14
NXYpB Nexen43 26.49 -.07
NI NiSource 22.97 +.03
GAS Nicer 36.33 -.42
NKE NikeB 8.55, -.15
NE NobleCorpu52.80 +.35
NBL NobleEngy 59.67 -.10
NOK NokldaC 14.63 -.52
JWN Nordstr 48.11 -.52
NSC NorflkSo 3614 -24
NT NortelNIf 3.10 -.14'
NFB NoFrkBcs 27.49 -.54
NU NoestUt 18.17 +.07
NBP NoBordr u49,79 +.14
NOC NorthrpGt s 51.97 -.73
NVS Novartis 48.15 -.68
NST NSTAR 53.80 -.17
NUE Nucors 51.57 -.36
NQF NvFL 1528 -.01
NIO NvIMO 15.30 +.04
OGE OGEEngy 25.65 -.07
OMM OMICp 16.69 -.27
OXY OcdPet 58.30 -.06
ODP OffcDpt 17.33 -.06
OMX OfitceMax 29.50 +.03
OLN Oln 20.96 -.19
OMC Omnicom 85.92 -1.15
OS- OreS6 u22,49 +.18
OSK 0-.-r. rE, 5' -1.67
OSI0 u.r-w 3;.'-," -.74
01 OwensllI 21.81 +.48

PCG PG&ECp 33.77 +.19
PHHIWI PHHCpwl 23.70

PNC PPNC 55.00 -.33
PNM PNMRess 24.48 -27
PKX POSCO 44.40 -.77
PPG PPG 66.51 +.30
PPL PPLCaorp 52.75 -.10
PHS PadfCre u60.42 -.97
PKG PadckAmer 23.17 -.06
PTV Pact/i 24.42 +.13
PLL PallCp 27.00 -.30
PRX ParPharm 39.73 -.91
PH ParkHan 66.38 +.29
POG Patinas 36.75 -.12
PSS PaylShoe 11.90 -.17
BTU PeabdyE 82.06 +1.23
PGH Pengrthg 20.60 -.39
PVR PenVaRs 52.30 +.30
JCP Penney 42.63 -.43
PBY PepBoy 15.99 -.38
PBG PepslBott 26.78 +.58
PEP PepsICo 54.03 +.54
PAS PepsiAmer 20.92 -.11
PKI PeIrklm 20.55 -.46
PBT Pnmlan 14.01 -.04
PBR Petrobrs 38.56
PBR/A PebritA 34.10
PFE Pfizer 24.88 -42
PD PhelpD 100.01 -.99
PHG PhillpsEl 24.49 -.46
PNY PledNGs' 22.80 -.10
PPC PilgrimsPr u35.02 +.42


RCS PimcoStral 12.38 +.04
PNW PlnWat 42.49 -.11
PXD PIoNtrl 35.69 -.55
PBI PAnyBw 45.23 -.18
PDG PlacerD 18.03 +.05
PXP PlaInsEx 26.74 +.42
PLT tPlanron 38.16 -3.50
PCL PlumCrk 36.98 -.31
PPS PoslPrp 32.53 .
POT Potash a 77.88 +.96
PX Praxair 41.82 -.59
PCO Premcor u45.00 +.20
PDE Pridelntl 22.29 +.14
PFG PrinFnd 40.55 -.60
PG Pro*tGs 56.68 +.94
PGN PrograsEn 44.15 -.30
PGR ProgCp 85.42 -1.31
PLD Prologls 40.43 +.28
PHY ProsSlHIln 3.57 +.07
PL Prollfe 41.85 +.92
PVN Provldlan 15.79 -.22
PRU Prudent 54.86 -.19
PEG PSEG 50.98 -.58
PSA PubStrg 54.76 -.31
PSD PugetEngy 23.56 -.25
PHM PulteHm u66.52 +.51
PYM PHYM 6.68 -.01
PGM PIGM 9.74 +.05
PPT PPrIT 6.61 -.01
NX Quanexs u50.51 +1.58
D DS QImDSS 2.63 -.02
Q QeastCm 4.53 +.08
RGF R&GFncs 3520 -.12
RPM. RPM 18.41 -.26
RON Radian 49.34 -.76'
RSH RadloShk 33.29 -.35
RAH Ralcorp 42.71 -.47
RRC RangeRsc u21.64 +.34
RIF RJanmesFs 28.90 -.98
RYN Rayonier 48.06 +.20
ROV Rayovec 37.80 +.65
RTN Raytheon 37.17 +.18
0 Rhylncos 23.76 +.05
RBK Reebok 43.65 -.04
RGC RegalEnts 20.17 -.23
RF RegionsFn 33.25 +.09
RRI RellantEn 12.57 -.19
REP Repsol 25.09 -.22
RVI RetallVent 6.73 -.18
REV ReIon 2.25 -.02
RAI ReynldsAmu81.16 +.26
RHA Rhodia 2.50 +.1:4
RAD RfteAkd 3.74 +.07
RHI RobtHalf 28.72 -.20
ROK RockwlAut 54.93 -.54
*COL RockColl u41.02 +.1:9
ROH RoHaas 43.15 -.198
RDC Rowan 27.10 +.40
RCL RyiCarb 54.62 -.23
,RQ RoOiDu 65.77_ -,18
RVT A.:,- 18.91 -.32
RI RubyTues 24.64 -.53
RYL Rylands u61.79 +.43

SAP SAPAG 40.13 -.55
SBC SBC Com 24.79 -.09
SCG SCANA 38.71 -.07
SKM SKTcml 21.45 -.15
SLM SLMCp 52.94 -1.34
SPW SPXCp 3829 -.31
STM STMIcro 17.03 -.12
TSG SabreS old 20.99 -.02
SWY Safeway 18.50 -.06
JOE StJoe u70.10' +1.72
STJ StUudes 38.67 -.48
STA StPaulTrav 37.00 -.94
SKS Saks 14.63 -.15
EDF SalEMInc2 16.03 -.01
SBF SalmSBF 12.60 -.14
SJT SJuanB 29.02 +.08
SNY Sanofi 37.50 -.43
SLE SaraLae 24.28 -.02
SGP SchargPI 19.97 -.36
SLB Schlrnb 64.85 +.35
SCH Schwab 11.24 -.15
SFA SFlAlanta 3123 -.12
SPI ScottPw 31.16 +.26
STX SeoaoteT 17.22 -1.13
S Sears 50.00 -.28
SRE SempraEn 36.52 -.19
SNH SenHous 17.23 -.01
SXT Sensient 22.65 -.44
SCI SvoeCp 7.27 -.03
SGR ShawGp 17.43 -.27
SKO ShopKo 18.35 -.56
SHU Shurgard 43.16 +.06


NASDQ ATONL ARE


Tkr Name Last Chg


ADCT ADCTel 2.37 -04
. ASTSF ASETst 4.60 -.37
ASML ASMLHld 14.80 -.40
ATYT ATPITech 17.53 -.42
AATMI TMIInc 21.93 -.97
ATSI ATSMed 4.29 +.01
AVII AVI Bo 4.14 +2.10
ASTM Aastmm u4.05 +.70
ABAX Aboaxs 12.70 -.08
ABGX Abgentx 8.98 -.44
ACDO Accredo .28.83 -30
ACTL Actel 1621 -34
ATVI AclMsns '21.59 -.64
ACXM Acxom 23.48 +.10
ADPT Adeatec d6,55 -.12
ADBE AdobeSy 57.88 -.0S
ADTN Adita 17.02 -.67
ADIC AdvDignt 10.22 +.09
ADVNA Advanta 22.32 -.28
ADVNB Advant 23.87 -.34
ARXX Aeroflex 9.81 -.41
AFFX Aflymet 3.40 -.59
AIRT AlfrTInc 13.90 -.05
AIRN AlrspanNet 426 -.42
AKAM AkarnaiT 1225 -.81
AKZOY Akzo 41.81 +.07
ALDN AladnKn 24.58 -.82
APCS Alamosan 12.88 -28
ALSK AlaskCom 8.97 +.04
ALDA Aldilars 13.86 -.12
ALXN Ale)don 23.30 -1.18
ALGN AllgnTech 10.72 +.10
ALKS Alkerm 13.32 +.15
ALOY Alloync 7.44 -.17
MDRX Ascripts 10.00 +.03
ALNY Ainylamn 7.69 -,68
ALTI AllalrNno 2.63 -.03
ALTR AleraCp 17.91 -.80
ALVR Avarlon 10.71 -1.68
AM2N Amazon 43.96 -.62
AMED Amedisy 30.15 +.40
ABMCWAmrBlowl .29
ACAS AmCepStr 32.81 -.19
AEOS AEagleO 48. 6 -.44
APPX AmPhanm 52.65 +.16
APCC APwCnv 20.40 -.26
AMTD AmrTrde 12.48 -39
AMGN Amgen 63.48 -.68
AMKR AmkorT 4.68 -.11
AMLN Amylin 22.56 -.69
ALOGE AnIogic 4134 -.51
ANLY Analysis 3.70 -.01
ANLT AnlySur 280 -A.42
ANDW Andrew 11.99 -.48
ADRX AndrxGp 22.33 -.07
ANPI Angi9chgs 17.85 -28
AGEN Antlgnic 8.97 -.47
APOL ApoltoG 80.38 -1.54
AINV Apd.]olnvn 1625 -.56
AAPL Aue9C 6988 -.77
APPB Applbeesss 2528 -.37
ADSX ApplDigI r 5.31' +.06
AINN Apkllnov 3.85 -.02
AMAT AnlMa. 16.01 -.52
AMCC AMCC 3.46 -.09
AQNT aQuansve 9.52 -.06
ARIA AradP SA47 -.3
ARBA Aribars 12.38 -.50
ABFS ArkBest 40.86 -256
ARMHY ArmnHd 6.08 +.06
ARTX Arotach 1.48 +.04
ARRS Ana 6.40 -.16
ARTG ArtTech 1.35 -.06
ARTC AfhroCr 29.20 -.44
ASCL AscentSof 13.92 -.16
ASKJ ASkJva 28.53 -1.23
ASPT AspecCm IOA49 +,.0
ASBC AsdBncs 31.72 -.26
ASYT AsysnTch 4.45 -.28
ATAR Atar 2.651 -.04
AGIX AthrGnc 20.23 -.21
ATML Almtl 3.14 -.09
ADBL' Audblen 24.70 -.03
VOXX Audvox 16.60 -Z3


ADAT Authentdte 5.22 +.12
ADSK Autodsks 31.62 -.62
AVNX Avanex 2.53 -.13
AVID AvkfdTch 60.22 -1.32
AVCT AvoctCp 3430 -1.56
AWRE Aware 4.76 ...
ACLS AxcMis 7.23 -.07
AXYX Axonyx 5.60 +.18
BEAV BEAero 9.85 +.05
BEAS BEASvy 8.50 +.19
BLDP BallatdPw 6.21 -.03
BKMU BankMull, 11.89 -.13
BKUNA BnkUtd 29.1.4 -.09
BOON BeaconP .70 -.04
BBGI BeasleyB 16.15 -22
BEBE BebeStrsa 27.20 -.09.
BBBY BedBatl 41.51 -.07
BIVN Bloenvian 7.60 -37
B!IB Blogenldc 86.93 -.87
BMRN BIoMarin .83 -.05
BMET Blomet 42.50 +.02
BIOM Blomta 2.13 -.09
SPUR Bomre .64 +.02
BLKB Bd4kbaWn 13.12 -26
BCSI BluCoat 21.49 -20
BOBE BobEvn 24.73 -20
BKHM Bookham d3.44 -20
BORL Bodand 9.17 -.14
BEXP BigExp 8.45 +.13
CELL Brighipnt 17.33 -1.30
BRCM Brdcom 31.73 -,8
BWNG Broadwing .87 -19
BRCD BmdeCm 633 -.04
BRKS BrooksAut 15.14 -.50
BKST Brookstn 15.34 +.05
BOBJ BusnObS 23.08 +.04
CCSL C-COR 7.89 -.08
CBRL CBRLGrp 40.05 -.68
CDWC CDWCorp 61.80 -151
CHRW CH Robn 51.89 -39
CMGI CMGI 2.09 -,09
CNET CNET 11.08. +.37.
CSGS CSGSys 17.02 -.21
CTMI CTI Mole 13.74 -.20
CVTX CVThera 21.10 -.56
CCMP CqbotMic 35.56 -.95
CDIS CalDve 40.65 -.03
CAMD CalMcr 5.94 -.16
CARS CapAuto 33.40 +.62
CCBG CapCtyBk 37.63 -.83
DFIB CardiacSd 1.71 -.06
CRDM Cardlma .35 -.05
CECO CareeaEd 39.74 -1.03
CKEC CarmlkeC 36.19 +.89
CACS CarrAcc 9831 -32
CRZO Carrzo u12.52 +.70
CELG Celgene s 29.40 ,-30
CEGE CelGens 7.09 -.03
CTIC Ce1Thera 835 +.20
CLST Cetlr 3.45 -.87
CEPH Cephin 47.42 -1.03
CRDN Ceradynes 31.32 -.92
CRAI ChrlsRAsc 42.50 +.10
CHIC ChadRsse 10.10 +.09
CHRS ChmSh 8.28 -.07
COTr ChartCm dl.75 -.17
CHKP ChkPolt 23.96 +.99
CKFR ChkFree 37.03 -.34
CHKR Cheders 14.40 -.02
CAKE Cheesecka 30.84 -37
PLCE iildPIc u38.35 -.21
CHINA dcndlcm 3.77 -.17
IMOS ChlpMOS 6.40 -.5
CHIR Chron 34.41 -.69
CHRD Chordnt 2.10 -.09
CHDN ChlchID 4037 -.92
CIEN ClenaCo 2.73 -.16
CTAS Cntas 43.13 -.59
CRUS CIrrus 4.89 -.19
CSCO Cian 18.15 -.59
CDSS CldlSecn 2.06 +.10
CTX8 CiaxSy 22.45 -.31
CLHB CleanH 17.93 -.16
COGT Cogent n 30.91 +.51
CTSH CogTechs 38.43 -.40
COGN Cognosg 41.88 -.84
COLM ColSOprw 6839 +85


CMRO Comarco 8.59 -.12
CMCSA Comcast 33.02 -.54
CMCSK Comssp 32.64 -.40
CCBI CmrdCaps 23.71 +.23
CBSS CornpsBc 44.92 -,69
CMNT CptNwk 5.49 -.13
CPWR Compuwre 5.68 -.10
CMVT Comvers 22.29 -.29
CPTS Concept d6.86' -.64
CNOR Conoufrchi 8.40 -.28
CCUR ConcCm 2.18 -.03
CNXT Conexaont 1.60 -.08
CNCT Connelcs 23.75 +.40
CPRT Copart 23.75 -.14
CGTK Corgeanich n d6.90 -.34
COCO CoanthCs 17.68 -.30
CRXA CordxaCp 4.05 +.19
COST Costco 48.36 -.78
CRAY. CrayInc 3.81 -.17
CREAF CreTcLtd 16.37 -.52
CMOS CredSys 7.48 -.42
CREE Cree Inc 24.58 -.92
CREO Creoinc 15.44 +.14
CORN CrsCityHI 16.07 -.04
CIST CublstPh 10.60 -.54.
CMLS. CumMed 13.95 -.18
CYBX Cyberonic 23.68 -.30
CYMI Cymer 24.72 -1.61
CYTR CytRx 1.17 -.06
CYTC Cytyc 25.58 -.16


DROOY DRDGOLD 1.38 -.02
DANKY Danka 2.99 -.03
DECK DeckOut 40.97 -1.51
DCGN decdGenet 7.07 -23
DELL Delllnc 40.06 -.24
DNDN Dndroon 6.82 -.17
DCAI DialCpAs' 24.42 -.88
DIGL DigLght 1.03 -.03.
DRIV DIgRver 33.57 -.73
DTAS DIgltas 10.03 -.01
DSCO DscvLabs 7.82 +.24
DESC DistEnSy 3.14 +.51
DriC DtechCo 13.25 -.34
DCEL DobsonCm 1.86 ...
DLTR DilrTree 27.32 -84
HILL Do0lHl 6.76 -.18
DCLK DbleCIck* 8.18 +.05
DBRN OressBn 18.10 -28
DSCM dnmgsre' 3.04 -.14
EELN E-loan 3.21 +.10
EBAY eBay 103.05 -332
ECIL ECITel 7.16 -.08
EAGL EGLInc 28.25 -.64
ERES eResrch 13.06 -27
ESST ES$Tech 8.21 -.13
ELNK ErlhUnk 10.19 -.23
EWBC EstWstBs 38.10 -.29
ELON EchelonC 6.95 -.65
DISH EchoStar 32.38 -.61
ECST eCost.cmn 12.82 -.31
EDMG EducMgt 30.58 -.62
EDUC EduDv 10.15 +.01
EGHT 88 Inc 3.04 -.16
ESIO ElectSci 16.80 -.62
ERTS EeclAts 680.24 -.57
EFII EFII 16.39 -.32
EMBTE EmbarTcl 8.04 -122
EMRG eMrgelnt 1.35 -.04
EMIS EmIsTch 5.92 '+.80
EMMS EmmisC d17.45 -.32
ENCY EncyslveP 10.02 +.11
ENDP EndoPhrm 21.47 +.30
ELGX Endologlx 7.10 +.20
ENMD EnreMd 4.02 +.41
ECI EnvoyCm .51 -.01
ENZN EnzonPhar 12.68 -.33
ELAB EonLabsa 25,.16 -.48
EPIC EpIoSft 13.97 -.57
EPNY Epiphany 4.38 -.06
EPIX EpIxPhar 10.56 -.71
ERICY ErcsnTi 29.73 -.84
EEFT Euronet 256.65 +.92
EStR EwvgrSlr u5.05 -.20
EVOL EvoovSOs 338 -.09
EXAR Exar 13.68 -.25


EXEL Exqllxis 8.08 -.59
EXPD ExpdI' 55.00 -1.40
ESRX ExpScrip 76.48 -1.06
EXTR ExtNetlw 5.88 -.03
EYET Eyetech n 39.78 -.78
FFIV F5Netw 44.69 -1.61
FFLC FFLCBcop 40.44 +.15
FXEN FX Ener u13.00 -2.98
FAST Festenal 59.16 -3.24
FErB RihThird 46.68 -.49
JOBS 61job n 25.62 -2.50
FWHT FndWhat 15.85 -.11
FNSR RFnlar 1.57 -.06
FINL FinUnes 19.68 -.31
FHCC FstHIthGp 18.94 +.01
FHRX FrstHrzn 19.44 +.08
FMBI FMIdB 34.47 -.26
FNFG FatNiagara 13.65 +.49
FMER FatMerit 26.32 -.39
FISV Fserv 38.67 -.49
FLEX Flexim 12.81 -32
FLYI FL'I 1.78
FCSE FocusEn 1.11
FONR Fonar 1.45 +01
FORM FonnFac 22.35 -.52
FOSL Fossils 28.11 +.46
FDRY Foundry 10.51 -.53
FRED Fredsinc 15.39 +.12
FRNT FmtrAIr 9.01 -.73
FCEL FuelCell 8.90 .-.49
FMDAY Findia .78 -.01.


GRMN Gamin 5232 -1.14
OMST Gerstar 5.7
GPRO GenProbe u47.10 +126
GNLB GeneLTc 1.07 +.01
GNSS GenesMcr 12.93 -.53
GNTA Genta 1.52 -.04
GNTX Gentex 33.17 -22
GNVC GenVec 1.88 +.01
GENZ Genzyme 59.78 -122
GERN GeronCp 8.93 -.24
GILD GileadSds 33.30 -.21
GLBC GlobCrg 20.90 -.35
GLBL Globilnd 7.91
GLOW Glowpolnt 1.84 -.12
GLDB GoldBni 14.16 .-20
GOOG Gooslen u197.30 -6.60
GBBK GMtBay 27.84 +.04
GTRC GultarC 55.91 -.82
HMNF HMNFn 32.70 +.60
HANS Hansen 38.40 -.60
HARB HaribrFL 33.06 -.38
HUT Harmonic 9.66 -.16
TINY HadrisHa 13.02 -.80
HAYZ HayesLm 7.79 -.07
HDWR Headwalns 30.30 -.16
HTLD HrUndEs 20.71 -.10
HMSL Hemosol wi .99 +.21
HLYW HIywdE 14.14 -.21
HOLL HIywdMda u4.89 +.24
HOLX Hologic 28.02 +.07
HOMS HomeSlore 2.44 -.16
HOFF HiznOff 1.18 -.07
HOTT HotTopic 16.89 +.01
SOLD HouseValn'14.15 -09
HUBG HubGrp u54.97 44.57
HGSI HumGen 12.84 +.06
JBHT HunUB 41.74 -.71
HBAN HuntBnk 23.70 -.12
HTCH HutchT 34.72 -1.09
HYSL HyperSou 46.87 -.07
IACI IAC Intrac 24.51 -.40.
ICOS ICOS 26.85 +103
IMPC IMPAC 23.61 +.02
IPIX IPIXCp 4.54 -.02
IPAS IPass 823 -.02
IDNX Identx 6.09 -.14
ILMN Illumina 9.16 +.07
IMAX ImaxCp u9.81 -32
IMCL Imclone 39.96 -1.02
BLUD Immucors 28.06 -.48
IMNR ImunRsprs 1.37 +.19
IMMU Imunmd 3.38 +.04
IPXL ImpaxLab 17.26 +.07
IMDC Inamed u65.38 +1.62


INCY Incyte 926 +.27
ICBC IndpCmty 4027 +.19
INSP InfoSpce 4031 -.30
INFA .Informat 7.23 -.07
INFY Infosyss 63.06 -.27.
INNO Innovo 3.62 +.02
NSIT Insight 19.16 -.33
INGP Instineat 5.79 +.05
ICST IntegClrc 19.24 -.16
IDTI InigDv 9.90 -.48
ISSI ISSI 6.95 -522
INTC Intel 22.60 -.34
INCX Interchgn 15.36 -.73
IDCC InterDIg 17.58 -.77
7ITMN InterMune 11.95 -.08
ISCA IntSpdw 54.15 +1.00
ICGE tmtCp rs 8.76 +.12
ISSX InlntSec 21.60 -.55
ISIL Intersil d13.94 -.59
INTU Inuit 38.10 -.93
ISRG IntSurg 41.06 -.55
IFIN InvFnSv 47.06 -.72
IVGN Invfrogn 68.06 -124
IONA lonaTch 5.32 -.16
ISON Isonics 4.68 -.14
IVAN IvanhoeEn 2.31 -.05
ML Milage 6.27 -.48
XXIA Ixia 14.75 +1.04.

JCOM J2GIob 33.04 -.35
JDAS JDASoft 11.68 -20
JDSU JDSUnloh 2.64 -14
JKHY JackHenry u21.73 -.03
JAKK JkksPac 22.16 +.42
JBLU JetBlue 20.59 -1.02
JILL JIJilIGr 14.80 +.54
JNPR JnovNtw 25.74 -.72
JUPM JupImred 18.41 +.04
KSWS K Swiss u31.17 +.02
KLAC KLATnc 43.85 -1.38
KERX KeryxBo 1538 +.09
KMRT Kmart 93.06 -1.14
NFTE KnghtTrd 1028 +.07
KOMG Komag 18.56 -.44
KOPN KopinCp 3.75 -.08
KOSP Kos Phr 33.97 -.48
KRON Kronos 48.06 +.01
KLIC Kullcke 6.73 -.36
KYPH Kyphon 24.97 +.15
LCAV LCAViss 22.97 +.16
LCCI LCC Int 4.51 -.15
LKQX LKQCp 17.67 -.20
LYTS LSIlnds 11.19 -.52
LTXX LTX 6.00 -.25
UPC LaJollPh 1.53 -.07
LRCX LamRsch 2620 -1.03
LAMR LamarAdv 43.53 +.04
LSTR Landstars 37.13 -1.06
LSCP Lasrscp 29.47 +.57
LSCC Lattice 4.64 -.12
LAUR Laureate 43.93 -.19
LVLT Level3 2-.0 -.16
LEXR' LexarMd 6,48 -.22
LBTYA LUbMInlAn 4426 +.03
LGND Ugand1 B 10.85 -.01
LNCR Uncare 41.18 +26
LLTC LUnearTch 37.61 +.57
LNET LodgEnt 17.65 -.35
LOOK LookSmart 1.42 -.06
LOUD Loudeye 1.73 +.06

FLSH M-SysFD 2023 -.74
MCIP MCIIncn 1881 -.42
MOON MGI Phr9s 24.00 -.49
MIPS MIPSTech 10.06 -.91
MKSI MKS Inst 15,19 -.31
MRVC MRVICm 327 -.08
MTSC MTS 30.33 '-.77
MACR Macnmdia 25.99 -1.36
MVSN Macrvsn 2226 -.54
LAVA Magma 1137 -.10
MANU Manugit 248 +.04
MRVL MarvelITs 34.08 -1.43
MTSN Mattson 9.18 +.21
MXIM Maxim 39.45 -.41
MXWL Maxwilr 9.30 -20


MOLD McLeoA .62 -.01
MCDT McData d3.95 -.12
MCDTA McDataA d431 -.05
MEDI MedImun 24.48 +.07
MEDX Medarex 9.18 +.18
MCCC Medicmn 6.02 -.14
MDCI MedAct 18.72 -.27
'MDCO MediCo 28.74 -.36
MDKI Mdcore 8.88 -.47
MENT MentGr 14.11 -.26
MERQ Mercintr 39.66 -1.19
MESA MesaAr 6.71 -38
MEOH Methanx 1728 -.40
MCRL Mlcrel 8.95 -.33
MCHP Mlcrochp 24.91 -.28
MUSE Mcromse 4.95 -.12
MSCC MicSemis 14.86 -.44
MSF1 Microsoft 25.98 -.34
MSTR MicroStr 58.84 -.40
TUNE Microtunen 6.01 -.30
PGIC MIkohn 10.00 +.75
MCEL MIIICell .97 -.07
MLNM MIIIPhar 9.67 -.40
MSPD Mindspeed 2.30 -.06
MSON Misonix 6.00 +.10
MSSN MissnRes 4.94 -.32
MOBE MobftyElec 7.64 +.45
MOLXE MolexIf 27.53 -.39
MOLAE MolexAIf 25.02 -.17
MOSY Monolthic 6.31 +.09
MNST MnslrWw 29.55 +.06
MGAM MultlmGs 11.68 -22
MYGN MyriadGn 25.61 -.27
NTGR NETgear 1633 -.96
NIHD NIIHidgs u51.88 +.38
NMSS NMS Cm 6.07 -.24
NPSP NPSPhm 17.10 -.07
NT. NTL Inc 65.90 -.82
NGEN Nanogen 5.67 -30
NAPS Napster 8.02 +.24
QQQQ Nasd1IoTr 38.08 -.64
NSTK Nastech 10.57 -.37
NAVR Navarre 16.85 -24
NKTR NektarTh 18.90 -32
NMGC NeoMglc .95 -.03
NEOF Neofrmnrs 9.54 -.01
NTOP Net2Phn 2.82 -.17
NETL NetLogicn 1025 -.09
NTES Netease 5048 -.55
NFLX Netfixs 11.07 -.23
NTAP NetwkAp 32.34 -1.02
NENG NtwrEng 222 -.16
NB1X Neurcine 44.90 -.75
NXTL NextedC 29,25 -.54
NXTP NextPrt 20.32 -25
NOBH NobiRyH 22.50 -.50
NRRD Norstan u5.56 -.03
NTRS NorTrst 45.90 -1.14
NFLD NthfldLb 18.95 -1.45
NWAC NwstAlJd 8.04 -.37
NGPS Novatel 22.33 -.67
NVTL Nvt8Wris 14.25 -.9
NOVL Novell 6.16 -.10
NVLS Novlus 26.00 -.82
NOVN Noven 15.77 +.03
NUHC NuHoriz 7.00 -.09
NUAN NuarnceC 3.32 -.12
NUVO Nuvelo rs 9.48
NVDA Nvidla 21.35 -.50
CHUX OCharleys 18.18 +.06
OSIP OSIPhrmn 67.40 -1.06
ODSY OdysseyHl 11.41 -.50
OCAS OhloCas 22.98 -.40
OMNI OmniEnr 1.31 -.14
OVTI OmnlVisns 16.48 -.75
ASGN OnAssign 5.21
ONNN OnSImnd 3.42 -18
FLWS 1800Fowrs 7.48 --20
ONXX OnyxPh 30.30 -.24
OPEN OpenSolu 24.19 +.45
OTEX OpenTxt 20.21 -.32
OPTV OpenTV 2.89 +.05
OPWV OpnwvSy 13.19 -.21
OPLK OplinkC 1.48 -.10
OPSW Opsware 6.03 -.17
ORCL Oracle 1347 -.31
ORBK Orboltch 20.17 -.14


ORQN OrigenFi n 7.76 +.09
OFIX Orthfx 38.04 +.65
OSCI Oscten 3.60 -.06
OTTR OtterTal 24.67 -.37
OSTK OverTsk 6314 +1.13

PFCB PFChng 54.90 -.31
PLXT PLXTbh 9.15 -.51
PMCS PMCSra 9.30 -.48
PPTV PPTVis .91
PSSI PSSWrd 11.88 -.15
PCAR Paccars 7b.46 -1.25
PACR Pacerlint 19.86 +.43
PSUN PacSunwr .24.64 -.25
PACT PacUlcNet 6.75 -.35
PSRC PalmSOe 10.82 -.24
PLMO palmOne 28.85 -1.12
PMTI PeamrM 25.93 +.36
PAAS PanASIv 14.98 -.17
PNRA PaneraBrd 46.78 -1.19
PMTC ParmTo .57 +.01
PDCO Patterson s u45.31 -.23
PTEN PattUTs 18.93 +.18
PAYX Paychex 31.30 -.17
PENN PennNGm u67.37 +2.97
PPHM Peregrine 1.01 -.02
PRGO Perrgo 17.13 -.01
HAWK Petrohawk 8.17 +.10
PETD PetlDv 37.62. -33
PETM PetsMart 31.01 -.70
PFSW PFSweb u3.42 +.09
PPDI PhrmPdi 40.43 +.33
PARS Phamnos 1.16
PHRM Pharmnon 36.37 -.61
PFWD PhaseFwn 7.31 -.19
ANTP Phazar 29.90 -1.05
PHTN Photon 23.16 -1.39
PLAB Photrin 15.40 -.58
PCLE PinnSyst 4.87 -.08
PIXR PbWr 88.49 +25-
PXLW Pxiwdes 10.82 -.13
PLXS Plexus 11.09 +32
PLUG PlugPower 5.55 -.17
PLUM Plumtree 5.04 +.49
PLCM Polycom 18.89 -.38
BPOP Populars 27.90 -.10
PLAY PordPlayn 23.30 -.80
POWI Powrlntg 17.63 -21
PWER Power-One 7.96 -.17
PWAV Powrwav 7.56 -.25
PRST Prestek 10.46 -25
TROW PriceTB 59.35 -37
PCLN pricele 24.12 -.35
PRTL PrimnusT 2.40 -.08
PVTB PnvateBs 32.11 -.97
POSO. Prosof .29 -.03
PDL ProtDsg 19.53 -.47
PBCP Provcp 12.96 -.01
QLTI OLT 17.15 +.09
QLGC Qlogic 36.79 -1.51
QCOM Qualcoms 41.07 -1.55
QTWW QuanFuel 520 -.24
QSFT QuestSftw 14.05 -.59
RFMD RFMicD 5.58 -20
RSAS RSASec 19.02 -.08
ROIAK ROneD 15.54 -.04
RMB$ Rambus 17.85 -3.46
GOLD Randgolds 10.99 +.50
RARE RareHosp 28.98 -23
RNWK RealNwk 5.75 -.09
RHAT RedHlat 11.49 -.44
REGN Regenm 7.52 -.34
REMC Remec 6.87 -.10
RBNC RepBcp 14.10 -28
RIMM RachMots 75.22 -127
REIK Retek 5.50 -.21
RIGS RIgsNt 21.15 -.37
ROST RossSrs 29.48 -.42
RURL Ruri/Mron u7.27 +.47
RYAAY Ryanauir 42.42 -.09

SRXA SRTelecm 1.46 -.70
SONE S1 Corp 8.42 -.23
SBAC SBACor 8.77 -.35
SEIC SEIIn 38.38 -.88
SAFC Sateco 47.61 -2.63


SNDK SanDlks 23.836 -1.30
SANM Sanmrnna 6.96 -.21
SAPE Sapient 8.36 -.12
SAXN SaxonCpn 23.04 -.14
SSFT ScanSoft 4.12 -.07
SCHN Schnllzers 31.93 +.01
SGMS SdGames 25.45' -.22
SEAC SeaChng 16.19 -.45
SBYN SeeBeyond 3.72 -.08
SCSS SelCmfrt 19.25 -.15
SIGI SelclIn 44.40 -.24
SMTC Semtech 18.47 -.45
SEPR Sepracor 58.58 -.47
SQNM Sequenm 1.35 -.01
SRNA SerenaSt 21.31 -.18
SERO Serolog 23.51 +.56
SNDA Shandan 30.95 -3.86
SHRP Shrplm 1720 +.28
SHPGY ShrePh 34.79 -.17
SHOP Shop.comn24.00 -1.85
SHFL ShutfMsts 28.97 -.81
SEBL SlabelSve 9.30 -14
SWIR StersWr 15.84 -.57
SIAL SigmAl u60.28 +.75
SGT1. SIgmaTel 35.99 -1.26
SIMG SInllmg 14.03 -.49
SLAB SlcnLab 29.79 -1.29
SSTI ST d4.480 -.11
SSRI SIvStdg 11.60 -.04
SINA Sina 28.39 -1.34
SBGI SIndalr 8.31 -.11
SMDI SIrsna 4.44 -.21
SIRI SridusS 5.81 -.43
SKIL SIlSoft 5.06 +.15
SWKS SkwksSol 8.01 -23
SSCC SmurfStne 17.01 -20
SOHU Sohu.cm 15.43 -.53
SONC Sonlcpa 31.71 -32
SNWL SncWI l 6.16 -.14
SONS Sonusn 5.97 -23
SMBC SouMoBc 18.38
HDTV SplaLaU 5.00 -.03
SLNK Spedink 17.15 -.60
S9PI SpctSOg 2.06 -28
SPLS Staples 32.69 .5
STSI StarSden 3.49' -.42
SBUX Staibdcks 57.75 -20
STLD StDyna 36.70 +.14
STNR SteinerL u31.37 +.04
STEM StemCels u6.26 +2.V7
SRCL Slricyde 49.11 -28
STEI StewEnt 6.65 -.08
SOSA StoOf 692 ...
STXN Sratex 2.22 -.16
SUNW SunMicm 4.17 -28
SNRR Sunerra 13.84 +.09
SCON SupTech 1.05 -.07
SUPG SuperGen 5.30 -.12
SPRT SupportSft 6.17 -.31
SUSQ SusqBnc 23.80 -.45
SWFT SwtftTm 19.43 -.79
SCMR Sycamre 3.53 -.07
SYMC Symantecs 24.91 -.05
SYMM Symetic 8.71 --29
SYNA Synaptcs 30.00 -.26
SNPS Synopsys 17.14 -.56
SYNO Synovis 10.03 +.13
SYNM SyrroCp u923 ++.04
THQI THQInc 22.13 -.76
TL.CV TLC Vision 9.07 +.12
TOPT TOPTankn 15.72 -.35
TlMIl1 1 TTdl 9.43 +.02
TTWO TakeTwo 33.07 -.77
TALK TalkAmer 6.38 -.07
TPPH TapestryP 1.01 +.07
TARO TaroPh 30.16 -.24
TASR TASERs 17.47 -229
TECD TechDeat 42.23 -.96
TICCR Techlnvrt .13 +.02
TGAL Tegal 1.32 -.05
TKLC Tekelec 19.41 -.75
TIWI Telesys 12.84 +.15
TTEC TeleTech 9.80 -.09
"n.WT TelwestGIn 1625 -.14
TELK Tellkinc 19.75 -.01
TLAB Tellbs 7.75 -.25
TERN Terayon 2.62 -.05


TSRA TesseraT 38.79 -.05
TEVA TevaPhs 27.93 +.08
KOOL Tirmogn 6.29 +38
THOR Thoratc 9.77 -.17
COMS 3Com 3.58 -.12
TIBX TbcoSft 11.64 -29
TWTC TWTele 3.51 -.06
TIVO TIVoInc 4.11 -.20
TRAC TrackDat .78 -.07
TKTX Tmskiy 24.75 -.27
TMTA Tmsmiea 1.17 -.09
TXCC ThmSwtc 1.16 -.09
T200 Travelzoo 80.70 -.01
TRMB Trimbles 32.69 -.13
TRPH TripathT 1.49 -.13
TQNT TdQunt 3.34 -.10
TRST TrstNY 12.44 -25
TRMK Trustmk 2721 -2.62
TMWD TumblwdC 2.97 -.17
TFSM 24IReae]rs 3.05 -.22
UTIW UTIWrki 70.71 -1.54
UTSI UTStrom 16.98 +.05
UPCS lUblqum u7.28 -.08
ULTEQ viU1Eltec 2.10 -.24
UTEK Ulmtaech 14.55 -1.03
UNTD UldOnIn 10.98 -.03
USEG US Enr u3.44 +.09
UTHR UtThip 44.65 .+.73
UCOMA UldGblCm 9.73 +.13
UFPI UnlvFor 38.31 -133
URBN UrbnOuts 41.45 -.06


LNUX VASftwr 1.97 -.12
WOOF VCAAnts 18.68 -.22
Vrrx VilTech 1.05 -.06
VCLK ValueCtki 13.13 -.06
VSEA VarianS 32.96 -.89
VDSI VasacoDta u7.31 +43
VAST Vastera 2.94
VECO Veesoinst 18.79 +.02
VWi Venttv u21.36 +.22
VRSN Versign 28.44 -93
VRST Verisy 11.52 -.06
VRTS VemlPs 27.356 -.06
VRSO VersoTch .56 -.01
VRTX VerbxPh 10.48 -.33
VERT VieudNet 1.38 +.02
VNWI ViaNes .66 -.03
VWON iDgee 1.30 +.04
VisG iaege 17.550 -.05
VIRL ViragLog 16.90 +.02
VPHM ViroPhm 3.35 +.121
VLGC VoLogc 2.63 -.02
VNWK VsualNet 4.19 +.29
VTSS Viesse 3,47 -.06
WRNC Wamaco 21.21 -.05
WSRD WIchGrd 4.00
WAVX WaveSys 1.04 -.10
HLTH WebMD 7.681 +.11
WEBX WebEx 21.60 -.76
WEBMEwebMeHIf 5.77 -26
WBSN Websense 49.21 -2.03
WERN WemeEnt 21.16 -.34
WSTL Wesell 6.37 -.31
WWCA WWireIss u37.80 -.07
WTSLA WetSeal 1.89 +.14
WFMI WholeFd 096.39 -1.11
WIND WIndRvr 12.35 -.33
WFII WrissFac 8.59 -28
WGAT WorldGate 388 -.07
WYNN Wynn 68.04 +.05
XMSR XMSat 34.87 -.82
XOMA XOMA 2.16 -.06
XNVA Xenova 1.42 -.06
XLNX Xilinx 26.29 -.88
XYBR Xybmaut 1.11 -.02
YHOO YaWoos 36.45 -.73
YELL YelowRd 53.06 +.45
ZBRA ZebraTs 52.46 +.02
ZICA ZiCorp 6.11 +.40
ZION ZonBcp 66.30 -.04
ZOLT Zouek u17.80 -.48
ZRAN Zoran 10.30 -29


TKC Turkoells 19.70 +.39:,',
TYC TycoInl u35.81 -.07
TSN Tyson 17.80 +.06
UIL UILHold 48.62 -.48
URS URS 28.30 -1.35
USU USEC 10.86 +.07
USeQ vUSQ 35.32 -.34 ',.1
UST USTInc 49.46 -.26 ]0B
UNS UniSrcEn u26.60 +.65 mA
UNF UnlRrst u39.02 +.02 .
UNP UnIonPac 61.68 -.52 ,',
UIS Unisys 8.26 -.05 r
UDR UDomR 22.62 +.03
UMC UtdMIcro 3.25 -.10
UPS UPS B 75.57 +.27
URI UtdRent 17.31 -.28
USB USBancip 30.56 -.47
X USSteel 50.11 -.18
UTX UtdTech 101.06 -1.16 9
UNH UldhlhGp 88.28 -.62
UVN .Unvslon d26.55 -1.0099 l
UCL Unocal u48.75 '-.02 ",
UNM UnumProv 16.88 -.20
UNMpA UnumPun 34.15 -'
-.40

VRX ValeasnPh 25.03 -.49
VLO ValersEe 48.67 -.27 ,
VIT VKHIIncT 4.06 +.07 ,D
VAR VanMasM 39.40 -958 0'a
WQ Vectren u26.83 -24
VTR Venlas 25.34 +.1i s
VZ VerzonCm 36.6 -1.03
VLS VlacomB 38.21 -.64 v
VIP VlirmepCs 34.02 +.01 r3"
VPI VntgPt .22.53 -.01 013
VSH Vishay 12.77 -.53 YV.
VO Vltnon 8.48 -.25 ,
VOD Vodafone 25.92 +.03 *.
WHI WHolds 14.02 -.11 .,
WCI, WCICmts u30.88 +1.13 ,;
WMS WMS 31.01 -.73 ,,A
WNC Wabash 24.76 -.74
WB Wachovia 53.02 +.04
WMT WalMart 53.76 -.71
WAG Wa]rn 43,03 -13
WM WAMu5 41.60 -01
WMI WateMIno 28.85 -38
WAT Waters 47.45 -.73 .i>
WPI WatsnPh 30.35 V,
WFT Weathflint 53.46 4 3
WTW WIWatch 45.16 -1.02 -I
WLM Wellmn 9.95 -.13 .,
WLP WellPolntul23.60 +20 ,2 T
WFC WellsFrgo 61.00 -.46 ii.
WEN Wendys 37.82 -.986 .p
WR WestarEn 22.38 -.04 ,
WIW WAstTIP2nl13.19 +.04 ,A
WDC WDigB 10.49 -.46
WY Weyerh 65.39 -31 A
WHR Whripl 68.46 -196
WTU WilmCS 17.30 -.50 A
WMa WmsCos 15.80 -.16
WSM WmsSon 33.89 6
WSH WllsGp 40.00. 36
GB WIsoiGr 17.96 -.05 42 .
WIN WInDOI 3.81 -.09 IV
WOO Winnbgos 35.21 -.45 T
WEC WiscEn 34.17 -.11 W7l




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SRP SlerrPac. 9.45 +.01
SGI SllcnGph 1.49 -.01
SPF SimonProp 62.90 +.08
SIR Sliva 18.21 +.06
PKS SIxFlags 4.62 -.31
AOS SmihAO 26.51
Sll SmIhlintl 57.56 -.10
SFD SmithfF 29.68 +.13
SOL Sola 27.64 +.10
SLR Solectm 5.12 -.08
SNE SonyCp 38.80 -.50
SO SouthnCo 32.98 -.22
SUG SoUnCo 22.86 +.37
LUV SwetAiri 14.39 -.61
SOV SovrgnBcp 22.27 -.02
TSA SptAuth 25.60 -.17
FON SprntON 23.62 -44
SPF StdPac u66.60 +.35
SXI Standex 27.30 -.20
HOT StarwdHIl 68.37 +.04
STT StateStr 45.06 -1.46
STO Staloll 15.42 -.38
STE Steris 22.95 -.27
S'K, StorTch 32.00 -1.13
GLD sTGoldn 42.26 -.06
SYK Stiykers 50.63 +.69
RfR SturmR 8.64 -.11
SUI SunCmts 38.24 +.07
.SU Suncorg 33.70 -.63
SDS SunGard 26.89 -.25
SUN Sunoco 83.88 +.80
STI SunTrst 70.37 +.02
SPN SupEnrgy u15.87 +.10
SVU Supvalu 32.80 -.14
SBL SymbIT 16.16 -.50
SNV Synovus 27.57 -.30
SYY Sysco 36.02 -.42
TCB TCF Fncls 28.79 -.61
TE TO CO 15.70 +.01
TSU TIM Partic 1230 +.69
TJX TJX 26.15 -.28
TXU TXU Corp 65.30 +.95
TSM TalwSemI 7.91 -.20
TLM Talsmngs 29.33 -.27
TGT Target 49.94 -.26
TK Teekays 43.63 -.13
TEK Tekmronx 28.44 -.65
TNE TelNort. ,13.96 -.18
TMX TelMexL 37.09 -.40
TCP TelepCel 6.20 +.12
TIN Templelnl 66.75 +.02
THC TenetHIt 10.27 -.04
TPP Teppco 40.15 +.50
TER Teradyn 14.36 -
TRA Terra 8.00 -.45
TNH TerraNitro 21.80 +.29
TSO Tesorm 29.88 -.30
TTI TetraTech 27.06 +.47
TXN Texinst 21.92 -.58
TXT Textron 70.98 -1.20
TGX Theragen 23.95 -.02
TO ThernmoE 28.965 -.72
TTNB ThmBet 26.65. -.95
-TMA Thombg 28.37 +.41
MMM 3MCO 82.17 +.15

TDW TIdwtr u36.67 +.23
TIF Tiffany 31.50 -.40
TWX TimeWam 18.50 -.11
TKR Timken 25.75 -.28





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Yesterday PvsDay &,

Australia 1.3196 1.3196
Brazil 2.7095 2.7130
Britain 1.8695 1.8667
Canada1.2283 1.2223
China 8.2781 8.2781
Euro .7697 .7675
Hona-Kong 7.7986 7.7987
Hungary 189.61 188.18
India 43.610 43.650
Indnsia 9157.00 9150.00
Israel 4.3706 4.3592
Japan 102.86 102.29
Jordan .70902 .70902 +/
Malaysia 3.7999 3.7995
Mexico 11.2210 11.2450 +
Pakistant 59.42 59.45 -
Poland 3.14 3.12
Russia 28.1380 28.0120
SDR .6558 .6571
Singapore 1.6323 1.6357
Slovak Rep 29.68 29.54 :.
So. Africa 6.0500 6.0400 -
So. Korea 1030.80 1035.70
Sweden 6.9560 6.9323 ,
Switzerind 1.1874 1.1850 y
Taiwan 31.75 31.89
U.A.E. 3.6724 3.6723
British pound expressed in U.S. dollars. All others show
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Yesterday Pvs Day
Prime Rate 5.25 5.25
Discount Rate 3.25 3.26
Federal Funds Rate 2.25 2.25
Treasuries
3-month 2.33 2.29 .
6-month 2.61 2.57
5-year 3.70 3.70
10-year 4.17 4.24
30-year 4.66 4.77



FUTURES i(
Exch Contract Settle Chg
Lt Sweet Crude NYMX Mar05 47.86 -.62
Corn CBOT Mar05 1961 +4
Wheat CBOT Mar 05 299 +2/V2 :
Soybeans CBOT Mar05 517% +4V41
Cattle CME Feb05 89.35 -1.77
Pork Bellies CME Feb05 93.92 +.55
Sugar (world) NYBT Mar05 8.87 +.03
Orange Juice NYBT Mar05 82.40 -1.35 -

SPOT
Yesterday Pvs Day
Gold (troy oz., spot) $423.00 $426.10
Silver (troy oz., spot) $6.610 $6.728
Copper (pound) $1.4bUb $1.4440

NMER = NewYork Mercantile Exchange. CBOT = Chicago
Board of Trade. CMER = Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
NCSE = New York Cotton, Sugar & Cocoa Exchange.
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THURSDAY
JANUARY 20, 2005
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S"When it comes to money,
everybody is of the same
religion."


CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE
EDITORIAL BOARD
Gerry Mulligan ........................ publisher
Charlie Brennan .................. ......... editor
Neale Brennan .....promotions/community affairs
Kathle Stewart .......advertising services director
Steve Arthur .............. Chronicle columnist
Mike Arnoldk ........................managing editor
Founded in 1891 Jim Hunter ............................ senior reporter
by Albert M; Curt Ebltz ......................... citizen member
Williamson Mike Moberley ..................guest member
'You may differ with my choice, but not my tight to choose."
David S. Arthurs publisher emeritus

MEDICAL CARE COSTS




Balancing




interests




against fees


No one likes to see the cost
of medical care go up,
but in the case of higher
fees for treatment and transport
by Nature Coast EMS, there is at
least an upside in the
form of some relief to
local taxpayers.
County taxpayers
have been subsidiz- THE
ing the ambulance EMS tra
service with more.
than $1 million a year OUR O
in property taxes for
the last three years. A dose
Everyone knows how
the cost of medical
services goes up and
to its credit, the nonprofit serv-
ice has held the subsidy at the
same level.
Nature Coast is raising it's
transport fees. for basic and
advanced life support,. to $330
and $500 per transport respec-
tively, as well beginning to
charge $200 for treatment with-
out transport.


Medicare and Medicaid
patients, who make up 82 per-
cent of the transports, will not be
affected. That's good because
many Medicare and all Medicaid
patients simply
couldn't afford it
On the other
hand the new fees
ISSUE: will still save an
sport fees. estimated $340,000
in taxpayers' sub-
)PINION: sidy to the service.
That's the good
of reality, news for taxpay-
ers..
Good ambu-
lance service is
crucial to the well-being of the
county, and ideally a middle
place between fees and subsidy
can be found that benefits the
majority of taxpayers.
Keeping the fees at the maxi-
mum insurance companies
allow but not more will
ensure that balance is kept for
the taxpayers.


Ornament gone OUN, next one that may happen to.
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To the parents of the chil-
dren ... who you are bringing
up (who) stole my lawn oma-
ment over Christmas week-
end: They are-thieves. That i
egret had been there for
(more than) 15 years and
gave me a small amount of CALL
joy as I drove in and out of my 563-
driveway. He survived the hur- UU56 -
ricanes, but could not survive
your well-brought-up children. They also
stole the road reflectors and moved
them to other people's property. These
young adults are not 3- or 4-year-olds
and cute anymore. They are thieves
now.
Open envelope
This is to "Know It all about taped
envelopes": I know an opened enve-
lope when I see it. The envelope flap
was torn in four places. So put that In
your pipe and smoke It. And yes, I had
a very good New Year at the VFW Post
10087.
Lane for speeders
This is in regards to the controversy .
over the slow lanes and the fast lanes
on the highways. It's been my experi-
ence that the two lanes should be
labeled differently. The one on the right
should be called "speed limit," and the
one on the left should be called "speed-
ers." The people complaining about slow
traffic on the left side, basically what
they're saying is, "Get out of the way so'
I can break the speed limit." They go fly- '
ing by you 10, 15 miles over the speed
limit all day long. So why don't we do it
the way they want it with both "speed
limit" and "speeders"?
Tortoise virus
Oh, today's paper is so interesting..
The state, the county who has the
money and the time to determine that
four gopher tortoiss have a virus infec-
tion? Four? ... The government, at
some level, can keep track of gopher
tortoises that carefully? ...
Vandals at work
Residents of Citrus Hills: Acts of vio-
lence and vandalism, acts of vandalism
are taking place. When these acts occur,
PLEASE report them to your sheriff's
(office), including these acts of vandal-
ism. You may prevent me from being the


rx senior ltaxDrUUK


L"JF, Today's editorial is about
giving seniors tax breaks on
their property. Where is the
fairness of this? You live in
another state for 40 years,
you move here and then the
residents of Florida should
0579 have their property tax,
increased so you can have
free taxes on your home. I
don't get it. Maybe. if someone was a
senior (who) lived here all their life,
we'd give them a break. But if they
moved to Florida, let them pay their
share, too, because we're having to
build so many roads and our taxes are
just going out of sight now. But it sure
is not fair to just move to Florida and
expect the residents of Florida to pick
up the tab.
Working for scale
I've worked on lakes for 20-plus years
every day and I hear people talking
about the fishing is bad, there's no fish.
But in the Hernando Lake, for one,
there's 500, 600 seagulls come in there
in, like, January and February and
they're after the shad that are schooling
in there and the fish are bopping them
up so the birds can get them. And I have
yet to see one person go out there and
fish amongst them birds.
New market
On Dec. 211 went to (a) market at a
newly opened business ... and bought a
fruit basket to be sent to Oklahoma.
Today is Jan. 10; it has never arrived.
When I tried to look up their number with
information, they are not listed. So I
drove over to the (market) ... to try to
find out what is taking place. This fruit
basket cost (more than) $30. The owner
told me she would not give me back my
money and to give it another week. On
my receipt, which I have a copy of, she
wrote that it would arrive before
Christmas ASAP. Well, I thought that
was kind of strange because on Dec.
21, I couldn't see it arriving in Oklahoma,
but that was OK. So at the bottom I said,
"Late Christmas gift, Merry Christmas,"
to that person that was to receive it. I
just think it's strange that they've never
received it ...


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Politics and religion
The letter to the editor in this morn-
ing's Chronicle by Ed Hiett is a joy to
read. I say that, because Republican
spokesmen do not usually waste
words in praise of the Democrats. But
this time the speaker was candid and
the message was remarkably plain
and clear.
Hiett insists that the "compassion
which Christ set before his followers
was and is still not a matter of poli-
tics." So there you have it. Right out in
the open! If you have a serious prob-
lem which you can't handle by your-
self, don't go looking for any help from
the Republicans in Congress or City
Hall.
Surprisingly, Hiett closes his short
essay on the separation of politics and
religion by giving us liberals a sincere
and generous compliment He states,
"Th dgemodeusage of the term 'liber-
al' as applied to those leaning to the
left politically contains the idea that
compassion should emanate from the
government." For that incredible
admission of the essential validity of
the Democrat Party, he deserves a
real liberal hug. Too bad he spoiled it
by adding, 'And that is a far cry from
Christ's principles."
We should and we do thank Hiett
for speaking up for us and our liberal
principles. But he did not "out" us. We
spend our whole lives out in the open,
promoting peace and compassion. We
heartily embrace the ideals of
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dent from Illinois. Honest Abe spoke
more eloquently of compassion in his
Gettysburg address than any man
since. The man who freed the slaves
would hardly recognize his party
today.
A "compassionate liberal" is a
redundancy, because the word liberal
means open-minded and concerned
about the other fellow. A "compas-
sionate conservative" is an oxymoron,
because conservative means hide-
bound, resistant to change, slow to
accept newcomers into the neighbor-


ground is sinking beneath your feet, e
and worst of all, after four years of dry "
rot another four of the same.


Franklin G. Aretz ,r
Beverly Hills ,

Rebel action
Thank you for responding to my ;,
recent letter to the editor, Mr. Ed
Hiett
You mention that liberals believe
that compassion should emanate w
from the government Perhaps you -j
have forgotten that the Bush -i
Administration is now giving millions .,a
to the Bush Faith-Based Program. ,.
The U.S. Congress did not approve of
this program, so Bush decided to
establish it by himself through an ,y
Executive Order. Shouldn't you be -,
addressing your concern to President
Bush? ,
You indicate that the "the compas-
sion which Christ set before his fol- J
lowers was, and is still, not a matter of
politics." Well, it appears President
Bush has made it a matter of politics
or haven't you noticed? Dust off your J
Bible and read it Jesus Christ was not
only a liberal, he was a rebel. And it',
was the establishment of that day that "
was threatened by this liberal rebel, >A
and so they got rid of him they cru-
cified him.
Ruth J. Anderson ^
Homosassa


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Name NAV Chg %Rtn
AARP Invast:
Balanced 17.24 -.09 +5.5
CapGr 42.62 -.35 -4.7
GNMA 15.20 +.01 +14.3
Gbbal 26.10 -.22 +26.6
GthInc 21.44 -22 +7.1
Inl 42.74 -.44 +24.1
PdhwCn 11.58 -.04 +14.5
PthwyGr 12.86 -.08 +12.5
ShTnmBd 10.19 ... +8.4
AIM Investments A:
Agosvp 10.05 -.11 +10.7
BalAp 25.05-.14 +4.0
BasValAp31.74 -.26 +14.3
ChartAp 12.53 -.09 +12.7
Constp 22.23 -.21 +2.7
HYdAp 4.53 ... +28.1
InlGrow 19.62 -.14 +35.3
MdCpCEq27.89 -.13 +27.5
MuBp 8.20 ... +172
PremEqt 9.68 -.07 -6.5
SeEqly 17.22 -.15 +5.3
SurtlI 10.62 -.11 +6.8
WeungAp 12.78 -.14 -3.0
AIM Investments B:
CapDSBt 16.77 -.15 +21.8
PremEqty 8.97 -.07 -10.7
AIM Investor Cl:
Dyrn 1621 -.15 +5.2
Energy 268.1 -.05 +76.5
HfhSd 50.07 -.33 +6.2
SmCoGIp12.08 .-.15 +5.3
Tolfln 24.14 -.16 +5.5
Uilties 11.84 -.02 +19.5
AIMJINVESCO Invstr:
CoreSkf 10.50 -.11 +2.2
AMF Funds:
A4MIg 9.82 ... +6.5
Advance Capital I:
Balancpn17.65 -.11 +20.8
RetBncn 10.18 +.01 +26.0
Alger Funds B:
SmCapGrt 4.17 -.03 +18.1
AlllanceBemrnA:
AmGvlncA 7.50 +.01 +33.9
BalenAp 17.04 -.10 +21.7
GbTdhAp 54.41 -1.02 -16.7
GrncAp, 3.71 -.03 +10.5
SmCpGrA22.24 -.25 +15.1
AllianceBern Adv:
LgCpGrAd1828 -.23 -8.8
AlllanceBem ,B:
AmGvlncB 7.50 +.01 +31.0
CoipBdBp12.38 +01 +19.7
GbTchBt 49.32 -.93 -18.7
GowthBt 22.93 -.24 +9.3
SCpGirt 18.81 -21 +12.4
USGovtBp7.08 +.01 +10.7
AlllanceBem C: .
SCpGrCt 18,85 -.21 +12.5
AmSouth Fds Cl I:
Value 16.53 -.16 +3.0
Amer Century Adv:
EqGropn21.58 -.18 +16.9
Amer Century Inv:
Balancednl6.30 -.08 +18.1
Eqnocn 7.95 -.04 +32.8
Growthln 1924 -.19 -0.5'
Heitageln11.72 -.07 +11.1
IncGron 29.94 -.25 +17.0
IntDLscrn 13.08 -.04 +49.3
IntGroln 8.79 -.06 +17.9
UeScin 4.86 -.02 +0.4
New0ppr-n521 -.05 -0.4
RealEstln 23.82 +.09 +84.2
Select! n 37.26 -.29 +2.8
Ulran 28.75 -24 +7.3
Utiln 11.87 -.04 +13.8
Valuelnvn 7.22 -.06 +29.6
Amer Express A:
Cal 523 ... +16.0
Discover 8.40 -.0 +32.7
DEI 10.91 -.09 +39.0
DivrBd 4.90 .. +14.8
DvOppA 7.05 -.04 +5.8
EqSel 12.49 -.14 +14.8
Growth 26.02 -27 -02
HiYld 4.47 ... +15.9
Insr 5.48 ... +14.8
MgdAllIp 9.38 -.07 +17.1
Mass 5.42 ... +14.3
Mic 5.33 ... +15.9
MImnn 5.34 ... +16.3
Mutualp 9.64 -.06 +10.9
NwO 23.55 -.25 +0.3
NY 5.15 .. +16.3
Ohio 5.31 ... +13.8
PreMt 8.86 -.04 +95.3
Sal 8.70 ... +9.0
SDGovt 4,79 .,. +7.1
Stockp 18.98,-.18 +5.5
TEBd 3.90 ... +14.7
ThdlnI8 5.52 -.06 +12.5
Thdntl 7.02 -.07 +19.6
Amer Express B:.
EqValp 10.00 -.10 +11.3
NwDt 22.32 -.23 -2.0
Amer Express Y:
NoDn 23.66 -.25 +0.7
American Funds A:
APncpAp 17.96 -.14 -I .4
AMutlAp 25.90 -20 .c-1.
BalAp 17.75 -.11 +24.4
BondAp 13.60 .... +24.6-
CaplBAp 52.26 -.14 +41.4
CapWAp 19.82 -.01 +41.9
CapWGAp33.04 --.38.+52.0.
EupacAp 34.70 -.51 +36.5
"dir.Ap 3137 -.22 +24.4
'..orAp 2b;7 -.20 +16.5
ilTlAp 1i251 ,-. +35.4
r.coAp I82 -.07+33.6
InIBdAp 13.69 +.01 +11.4
ICAAp 30.13' -.22 +18.5
NEcoAp 20.31 -.23 +15.2
NPerAp 26.74 -.37 +29.5
NwWridA 31.79 -.28 +00.8
SmCpAp 30.52 -.26'+7-2
TxEpAp 12.55 -.01, +17.4
WslAp 30.16 -.26 +17.3
American Funds B:
BaBt 17.70 -.11 +21.7
CapBBt 5226 -.14 +38.1
GrwthBt 25.96 -.20 +13.
IncoBt 18.13 -.07 +30.5
ICABt 30.02 -21 +15.8
WadhBt 30.01 -.25 +14.7
Ariel Mutual Fds:
Apc 46.54 -.30 +31.5
S 51.49 -.33 +45.1
Artisan Funds:
Ing i 21.43 -21 +22.0
MIdCap 26.73 -.36 +18.9
Baron Funds:
Asset 51.82 -.40 +34.6
Growth 44.38 -.39 +60.0
Bernstein Fds:
InDlir 13.41 ... +16.3
DIM& 14.23 ... +12.3
TxglntV 21.95. -.17 +48.1
Bramwell Funds:
Growftp 19.32 -.14 -02
Brandywine Fds:
oIdywnn26.54 -.28 +17.0
Brlnson Funds Y:
HiYldl Yn 7.45 +01 +36.4
CGM Funds:
CapDv 27.25 -.09 +43.3
Mut 24.95 -.10 +29.1
Calaoas Funds:
GsetAp 51.40 -.80 +41.7
GrowtiCt 49.52 -.77 +38.5
Calvert Group:
Incop 17.07 +.01 +25.5
IntEqAp 18.54 -.A0 +32.3
MBCAI 10.41 ... +9.2
Munlnt 10.95 -.01 +14.4
SodalAp 27.17 -.13 +10.0
Socdpn 16.05 +.01 +21.6
SocEqAp 33.65 -.31 +10.5
TxF U 10.62 ... +5.5
TxFi.gp 16.74 ... +16.9
TlFVT 16.04 ... +15.3
C upperr 87.99 -.45+17.3
Cohen & Steers:
R~tyShms 66.44 +,18 +69.0
Columbia Class A:
Acomt 25.16 -.20 +650.3
Columbia Class Z:
AcornZ 25.67 -21 +62.7
AcominltZ 26.69 -.09 +69.8
LargeCo 27.25 -.25 +9.5
SmalICo 20.46 -.19 +40.0
Columbia Funds:
ReEsEqZ 25.73 -.01 +75.5
DavIs Funds A:
NYVaA 30.39 -.15 +24.9
Davis Funds B:
NYVenB 29.15 -.15 +21.9
Davis Funds C & Y:
NYVenC 29.34 -.15 +22.0
Delaware Invest A: .
TxUSAp 11.62 ... +20.8
Delaware Invest B:
DelchB 3.36 ... +44.4
SelGrBt 20.14 -.29 -1.9
Dimensional Fds:
IntSmVan 15.52 +.01+139.6
USLgVan 19.64 -.17 +34.9
USMtcron14.37 -.15 +67.1
USnSmaln18.58 -.21 +402


US SiVa 2562 -.27 +74.3
EmgMktn 16.27 -.03 +81.7
IntVan 16.05 -.07 +74.6
DFARlEn 21,94 +.06 +79.1
Dodge&Cox:
Balanced 78.26 -.41 +37.6
Income 12.85 +.01 +20.5
IntSIl 30.03 -.12 +70.8
Stock 127.35 -1.12 +42.3
Dreyfus:
Aprec 38.21 -.23 +4.0
Discp 31.33 -.32 +2.9
Dreyf 10.05 -.10 +4.4
DrSi001nt 34.49 -.33 +9.1
EmgLd 42.38 -.39 +26.5
FLIntr 13.47 ,,. +14.4
InsMutn 18.05 ,, +15.4
StWValAr 27.97 -.21 +21.7
Dreyfus Founders:
GnowthBn 9.86 -.11 -4.5
GwhFpnlO0 -.11 -1.6
Dreyfus Premier:
CorEqAt 14.31 -.09 -0.3
CorVhp 29.67 -27 +8.0
LUdHYdAp 7.568 ... +23.7
TxMgGCt 15,31 -,09 -1.2
TchGroA '21.81 -.38 -13.5


Eaton Vance CI A:
ChinaAp 13.41 -.09 +43.2
GrwthA 7.14 -.08 +15.9
InBosA 6.53 ... +40.6
SpEqtA 4.55 -.05 -7.7
MsnBdl 10.71 ... +21.2
TradGvA 8.81 +.01 +8.4
Eaton Vance Cl B:
FLMBt 10.92 ... +14.3
HnSBt 10.87 -.12 +2.5
NaIMBt 10.37 ,.. +26.1
Eaton Vance Cl C:
GoavCp 7.59 +.01 +6.1
NaIMCI 9.88 ... +25.1
Evergreen B:
BalanB 8.33 -.06 +9.0
BiChpBt 23.51 -.25 +1.2
DvrwdBt 15.07 +.01 +16.5
FoundB 16.76 -.11 +8.7
MuBdBt 7.53 ... +16.5
Evergreen I:
CorBdl 10.71 ... +18.6
Evrgml 12.81 -.13 +6.8
Found 16.85 -.11 +10.0
SIMunll 10.09 -.01 +11.6
Excelsior Funds:
Energy 19.98 -.02 +71.4
HiYeldp 4.78 ... +19.8
ValResIr 41.43 -.30 +37.3
FPA Funds:
Nwlnc 11.17 -.01 +14.8
Federated A:
AmLdrA 24.40 -.26 +11.2
CapApA 24.90 -27 +7.7
MidGrStA 29.45 -26 +17.9
MuSecA 10.81 ... +17.5
Federated B:
StincBx 8.79 -.04 +34.0
Federated Instl:
Kalfmn 5.19 -.04 +30.6
Fidelity Adv Foc T:
HICarT 19.88 -.13 +3.9
NalResT 32.46 -.12 +60.7
Fidelity Advisor I:
EqGrin 46.56 -.57 -5.3
EqIlnn 28.02 -27 +23.1
IntBdIn 11.13 ... +18.5
Fidelity Advisor T
BalancT 16.16 -'10 +12.3
DIvGrTp 11.46 -.11 +1.2
DynCATp13.10 -.15 +8.4
EqGrTp 44.29 -.54 -7.0
EqInT 27.70 -27 +21.1
GovInT 10.10 +.01 +15.8
GrOppT. 29.80 -.35 +7.2
HilnAdTp 9.89 -.02 8+6.9
IrtBdT 11.11 ... +17.5
MidCpTp 24.27 -.12 +38.4
MulncTp 13.19 .. +19.7
OvrseaT 17.10 -.12 +29.3
STFIT 9.52 ... +10.8
Fidelity Freedom:
FF2010n 13.47 -.06 +16.4
FF2020n 13.72 -.08 +17.3
FF2030n 13.80 -.10 +16.7
Fidelity Invest:
AggrGrrn 15.97 -.18 -10.9
AMgrn 16.02 -.08 +12.6
AMgrGrn 14.55 -.11 +10.1
AMgdnn 12.55 -.03 +19.8
Balancn' 17.52 -.11 +28.9
BlueChGrn40.73 -.42 -1.6
Canadan 33.05 -.06 +62.9
CapApn 25.06 -.42 +30.0
Cplncrn 8.38 ... +54.3
ChinaRgn16.58 -.01 +36.1
CngSn 386.22-4.55 +8.4
Contran 55.67 -.37 433.6
CnvScn 21.28 -.12 +24.5
Destl 12.53 -.12 +3.1
Destl 11.44 -.13 +68.8
DisEqn 24.96 -.21 +15.7
DMnitn 27.91 -.07 +53.8
DIvGthn 27.87 -.29- +3.1
EmrMkn 12.75' -.02 +64.7
Eqlncn 51.52 -.54 +19.8
EQllIn 23.11 -.26 +21.5'
ECapAp 21.06 +.09 +33.5
Europe 33.5. +.18 +40.0
Exchn 262.76 -1.88 +16,1
Exportn 19.35 -.18 +23.2
Fideln 29.37 -.25 +7.0
Fiftyrn 19.99 -.21 +29.8
Frn0nen24.61 -.17 +20.5
GNMAn 11.10 ... +15.2
Govtncn 10.24 ... +16.5
GroCon 53.94 -.76 +5.9
Grolncn 37.50 -36 +6.5
Grolndlin 9,52 -.10 +7.5
Highlncrn 9.00 ... +40.8
Indepnn 17.36 -.16 +12.8
IntBdn 10.50 ... +17.1
IntGovn 10.22 +.01 +3.9
IniDIson 27.47 -03 +62.5
IntISCprn 23.47 +.05 NS
InvGBn 7,54 ... +19.1
Japann 12.72 -.18 +45.2
JpnSmn 12.79 -.18 +99,7
LatAmnn 20.40 -.02 +79.2
LowPrn 39.37 -.20 +68.3
Magelhnn101.65 -1.05 +3.2
MidCapn 22.69 -21 +5.6
MtgSecn,11.26v-+1 .1731
NwMktrn 14.13 +.02 -&04
NwMln-.30.34- -.45 .108
OTCn Ko: -57 .73'
Mvrsean ron -a +.58.
PcBasn 19.81 -.12 +48.6
Purilnn 18.66 -.12 +22.5
RealEn 28.46 +.10 +83.9
STBFyn 8.97 ... +12.0
SmCaplndn19.35 -.13 +25.8
SrllCpSrnl7.46 -.12 +35.0
SEAslan 16.52 ... +53.2
SIkSlcn 22.36 -.23 +10.2
Statlncn 10.69 +.01 +40.0
Trend n 52.49 -.50 +11.5
USBIn 11.14 ... +19.8
UChyn 13.37 -.09 +8.4
ValSratn35.26 -.37 +31.8
Value n 69.53 -58 +47.9
WMdsh 17.74 -.16 +25.1
Fidelity Selects:
AiMrn 32.10 -.41 +7.7
Autonn 33.86 -24 +43.3
Bankingn 38.44 -.35 +31.9
Biotchn 55.17 -.59 -4.2
Brokrn 53.83 -.63 +22.7
Chann 66.48 -.35 +72.6
Cormpn 33.06 -.75 -12.1
Conlndn 24.32 -.19 +12.4
CsTHon 43.77 -.05 +73.4
DfAern 63.15 -.58 +522
DvCmn 18.04 -.50 +2.7
Eectrn 35.42 -.83 -27.9
'Enrgyn 32.96 -.07 +05.4
EngSvn 43.67 +.15 +68.1
Envirn 13.78 -.15 +18.4
FinSvn 114.55 -1.08 +25.3
Foodn 50.51 -.06 +23.1
Goldrn 25.92 -.01 +74.4
Heath n 125.76 -.85 +5.8
HormFn 60.98 -.59 +42.9
IndMtn 38.11 -.23 +70.0
Insurn 61.60 -.38 +37.4
LeBIrn 77.23 -.44 +33.1
MedDIn 45.67 -.16 +69.8
MdEqSy n23.13 -.09 +60.4
Multmdn 44.21 -.47 +30.4
NtGasn 29.99 +.06 +75.6
Papern 3128 -.18 +24.0
Phanin 8.73 -.06 -5.,1
Retail n 50.91 -.42 +27.8
Softwrn 49.74 -.44 +5.2
Techn 56.61 -1.39 -5.2
Teamno 36.29 -.44 +6.1
Transn 40.10 -.44 +36.9
UHIGrn 39.62 -.26 +11.4
WiMrlessn 5.67 -.11 +25.2
Fidelity Spartan:
CAMunn 12.59 .. +17.7
CTMun rn11,70 ... +17.2
Eqldxn 41.92 -.40 +10.2
5001nrn 81.54 -.77 +10.2
FLMurn 11.74 ... +17.6
Govlnn 11.06 ... +17.7
InvGrBd n 10.67 ... +20.0
MDMurn11.06 .... +16.6
MAMunn 12.14 ... +18.6
MIMunn 12.11 ... +18.3
MNMnnll11.02 -.01 +16.9'
Munilncn 13.12 ... +20.3
NJMurn11.76 ... +18.6
NYMunn 13.10 ... +20.1
OCtMunn 12.00 ... +19.0
PAMunrnl1.03 ... +17.4A
StIntMun 10.35 -.01 +9.8
Totlvllnnr32.20 -.31 +15.4
First Eagle:
GMiA 3028 -.09 +77.4
CO.rseasA 21.53 -.04 +90.8
First Investors A
BIOlCpAp 19.90 -.21 -1.5
GloblAp 6.46 -.03 +13.9
GontAp 11.09 ... +13.3
GrolnAp 12.80 -.12 +11.6
IncoAp 3.22 ... +34.7
bnoGrAp 10.05 -.01 +20.1
MATFAp 12.10 ... +16.5
MITFAp 12.79 .. +15.3
MidCpAp 24.63 -.24 +24.7
NJTFAp 13.12 -.01 +15.0
NYTFAp 14.02 -.01 +15.3
PATFAp 13.32 -.01 +15.1


SpStAp 18.74 -.19 +12.1
TxExAp 10.26 ... +15.3
ToIRtAp 13.48 -.08 +13.6
VaklueBp 6.26 -.05 +14.6
Firsthand Funds:
GbTech 3.91 -.09 -21.2
TechVal 26.90 -.76 .-33.3
Franktremp Frnk A:
AGEAp 2.14 ... +42.6
Ad4USp 9.02 ... +6.2
ALTFAp 11.65 ... +19.3
AZTFAp 1120 ... +20.6
Ballnvp 57.03 -.34 +1.5
CallnsAp 12.75 ... +17.6
CAIntAp 11.67 ... +14.6
CalTFAp 7,32 +.01 +17.1
CapGrA 10.71 -.12 +2.9
COTFAp 12.08 +.01 +17.8
CTTFAp 11.11 ... +17.2
CvtScAp 16.008 -.DB+34.1
DlTFA 11.97 ... +18,6
DynTchA 23.32 -.31 +16.4
EqlncAp 20.32 -17 +16.9
Fedlntp 11.58 ... +16.9
FedTFAp 1219 +.01 +18.6
FLTFAp 12.04 +18.6
GATFAp 12.18 ... +18.2
GoldPrMA17.48 -.08 +78.9
GrwthAp 32.72 -.32 +7.4


I~~~~ HO oRA'H UTA UDTBE


Here are the 1.000 biggest mutual funds listed on Nasdaq. Tables
show the fund name, sell price or Net Assel Value (NAV) and daily
neot change, as well as one total return figure as follows.

Tues: 4-wk total return (-0)
Wed: 12-mo total retum (%o)
Thu: 3-yr cumulative lotal return (1)
FrI: 5-yr cumulative total return b%)


Name: Name of mutual fund and family.
NAV: Net asset value
Chg: Not change in price of NAV.
Total return: Percent change in NAV for the time period shown. with
dividends reinvested. If period longer than I year. relum is cumula-
tive.
Data based on NAVs reported to Lipper by 6 p.m. Eavem.r


Footnotes: e Ex-capital gains distribution. f Previous day's
quote. n No-load fund. p Fund assets used to pay distribution
costs. r Redemption tee or contingent deterred sales load may
apply. s Stock dividend or split. t Both p and r. x Ex-cash divi-
dend. NA No information available. NE Data in question NN -
Fund does not wish to be tracked NS Fund did not exist at start
date. Source: Upper. Inc. and The Associated Press


HYTFAp 10.79 +.01 +20.4
InconrAp 2.47 ... +422
InsTFAp 12.43 ... +17.8
NYITFp 11.12 ... +15.9
LATFAp 11.72 ... +18.6
LMGvScA 10.16 +.01 +9.7
MDTFAp 11.81 ... +17.6
MATFAp 11.99 ... +18.0
MITFAp 12.37 .. +17.1
MNInsA 12.25 ... +16.9
MOTFAp.12.33 +.01 +18.1
NJTFAp 12.19 ... +18.4
NYInsAp 11.72 ... +17.8
NYTFAp 11.95 ... +17,9
NCTFAp 12.37 +.01 +18.9
OlNolAp 12.66 +.01 +17.3
ORTFAp 11.90 ... +18.7
PATFAp 10.50 +.01 +17.4
ReEScAp 25.57 +.09 +79.7
RIsDvAp 31.41 -.26 +31.9
SMCpGrA32.92 -37 +10.4
USGovAp 6.66 +01 +14.3
UlisAp 11.00 -.02 +30.6
VATFAp 11.92 ... +18.6
Frank/Temp Fmk B:
IncomB1 p 2.47 .. +40.1
IncomeBt 2.46 -.01 +38.3
FrankrTemp Fmk C:
IncomCt 2.48 -.01 +39.9
Frank/Temp MII A&B:
QualdAt 19.02 -.04 +30.1
SharesA 22.51 -.04 +26.8
Frank/Temp Temp A:
DvMktAp 18.08 +.01 +87.1
ForgnAp 12.00 -.01 +39.4
GBdApx 10.88 -.03 +61.8
GrwthAp 22.34 -.06 +40.1
IntxEMp 14.42 -.01 +37.2
WorldAp 17.32 -.03 +33.7
FranklTemp T.mp B&C:
DevMktC 17.77 ... +83.4
ForgnCp 11.86 -.02 436.2
GE Elfun S&S:
S&Sinc 11.54 +.01 +18.9
S&SPM 44.28 -.39 +8.5
GMO Trust III:
EmMkr 16.95 -.03+110.4
For 14.57 -.7 +69.5
GMO Trust IV:
EmrMkt 16.92 -.02+109.6
Gabelll Funds:
Asset 40.34 -.21 +30.5
Gartmore Fds D:
Bond 9.75 ... +20.7
GvtBdD 10.33 ... +16.1
GrowhtD 6.4 9 -.08 +0.2
NalonwD 19.89 -.17. +14.6
TxFrr 10.65 ... +17.2
Goldman Sachs A:
GrincA 24.75 -22 +30.4
SmCapA 40.91 -.30 +53.8
Guardian Funds:
GBGIntA 12.89 -.09 +20.9
ParkAA 30.84 -.30 -0.2
Harbor Funds:
Bond 11.84 +.01 +21.2
CapAplnst 27.76 -.35 -1.7
Intir 41.75 -.26 464.8
Hartford Fds A:
AdvisAp 14.91 -.09 +5.5
CpAppAp33.17 -.27 +292
DvGthAp 18.41 -.17 +19.2
SmICoAp 15.75 -.13 +18.4
Hartford HLS IA:
CapApp 51.88 -.43 +37.1
DIv&Gr 20.28 -.19 +20.8
Advisers 22.79 -14 +5.8
Stock 44.92 -.09 : 0.0
I,uilFa..I5 186 -.09 +4.4
IS Funds :-.
ti:nAmp 744. .01 +16.5
JPMorgsn A Class-
CapGro 37.52 -.38 +14.4
GroInc 32,30 -26 +17.7
Janus:
Balanced 20.90 -.11 +15.0
Conrarian 12.69 -.07 442.0
CoreEq 19.84 -.16 +15.0
Enterprn 36.50 -.26 +24.5
FedTEn 7.09 ... +13.6
Flxncn 9.68 ... +20.0
Fundn 23.95 -.22 -0.2
GILifeSdcrn17.64-.12 +4.2
GTechrn 10.12 -.17 -13.4
Grinc 31.34 -.23 +9.5
Mercury 2097 -.18 +4.4
MdCpVaI 21.39 -.15 +41.4
Olympusn27.73 -24 +241
Orion 6.75 -.03 +14.6
Ovrseasr 23,57 -.16 +24.9
ShTmBd 2.90 ... +8.9
Twenty 43.07 -.48 +17.1
Venturn 55.97 -.55 +33.7
WrIdWr 4035 -.29 -1.9
JennisonDryden A:
iKYidAp 58 ... +34.1
InsuirdA 11.05 ... +15.7
Uf1iyA 11.44 -.04 +31.0
JennlsonDryden B:
rotihB 12.74 .-.16 -5.3
H1YIdBt 5. 7 ... +32.1
InsuedB 11.07 .. +14.9
Jensen 24.11 -.12 +9.5
John Hancock A:
BondAp 1535 +.01 +20,0
HIYIdAp 525 -.02 +80.0
StCnAp 7.12 .. +34.5
John Hancock B:
S'rncB 7.12 ... +31.7
Julius Baer Funds:
IdnEqA 30.94 -.10 +59.6
MItEqlr 31.47 -.10 +61.6
Legg Mason: Fd
Opp rTrt 14,96 -.21 +59.
Splnvp 45.36 -36 +15.8
ValTrp 63.59 -.73 +31.2
Legg Mason Instl:
ValTnst 692.36 -.78 +35.2
Longleaf Partners:
Partners 30.76 -.19 +30.8
Inl 15.460 -.05 +01.0
SmCap 29.14 -.34 +4.2
Loomla Sayles:
LSBondl 13.71 ... +60.1
Lord AbbettA:
AffilAp 14.36 -.14 +18.8
BdDebAp .09 -.01 +27.5
GlincAp 7.53 -.01 +37.8
MWpp 22.02 -13 +44.1
MFS Funds A:
MITAp 16.99 -.1 +0.78
MIGAp 12.09 -.10 -2.5
GrOpAp 8.66 -.08 +1.9
HllnAp 3.98 ... +33.8
MFLAp 10.21 ... +18.1

MFS Funds B:
MIGB 11.11 -.10 -4.4
GvScBt 9.72 +.01 +12.1
HilnBt 3.994 ... -8.
MulnBt 18.68 .. +15.7
TobtBt 15.80 -.068+20.6
MalnStay Funds B:
SBIChGBp 9.23 -.08 -12.3
CapApBt 26.46 -.22 -12.2
CoHevBt 12.82 -.04 +15.2
GovItBt 8.37 +.01 +10.7
HYIdBBt 6.47 .. +46.7
UEqB 12.34 ... +43.3
ResVaBt 11.12 -.08 +2.4
SmCGBp 14.11 -.10 +8.7
TotRteM 18.3 -.10 +1.8
Growth 61.30 -.45 +5.0
SpclEqn 16.72 -.08 +27.6
Focusp 1627 -.12 +2062
GIAIAp 16.19 -.06 -42,1
NJMunBd 10.60 ... +17.9
BaGapBt 25.64 -.15 +10.4
BaVBt 30.35 -33 +10.7
BdHIInc 5.30 ... +36.9
CalMsMB 11.79 ... +15.0
MnPtB1 11.61 +.01 +16.0
CplTBt 11.99 ... +16.7
MqultyDv 14.12 -.08 +26.0
EuMoBt 1425 -.02 +36.7
FocVal' 12.17 -.12 +18.0
FndlGBt 15.44 -.11 +.65'
FLMBt 10.37 ... +17.6









PAMBt 11.37 ... +16,6


VakueOppt23.60 -.18 +18.1
USGvMtgt10.29 +.01 +11.8
Utffncm 10.49 -.03 +19.0
WkllnBt 6.51 +.02 +45.9
Merrill Lynch I:
BaCapl 26,39 -.15 +13.8
BaVll 31.01 -.33 +22.4
BdHilnc 529 ... +39.8
CalnsMB 11.79 ... +16.8
CrBPllt 11.81 +,01 +18.7
CplTl 11.99 +.01 +18.5
DvCapp 16.68 -.12 +61.5
EqutyDv 14.08 -.07 +30.0
Eurolt 16.55 -.01 +41.1
FocVall 13.31 -.14 +19.6
FLMI 10.38 ... +19.6
GlAIlt 16.23 -.06 +43.2
Health 6.69 -.05 +8.5
LatAl 23.45 -.01 +688.8
Mnlnl 7.95 ... +18.6
MnShtT 10.02 .. +6.3
Mum 10.67 ... +16.5
MNall 10,57 ... +21.3
NatRsTrt 34.00 -.15 +90.6
Pacld 20.31 -.20 +37.9
ValueOpp 26.16-20 +21.8
USGvtMtg 10.29 ... +14.4
Utilomlit 10.52 -.03 +22.0
Wldlncl 6.51 +.01 +49.3
Midas Funds:
MIdas Fd 2.02 -.01+100.0
Monetta Funds:
Monettan 10.08 -.08 +11.1
Morgan Stanley B:
AmOppB 22.41 -.21 -3.1
DivGtW 36.44 -29 +12.4
GbDIvB 13.53 -.10 +27.4
GrwihB 11.82 -.11 -4.2
StratB 17.46 -.12 +13.7
USGvtB 9.19 ... +14,8
MorganStanley Inst:
GIValEqAn17.37 -.12 +20.9
IntEqn 20.39 -.15 +62.5
Munder Funds:
NetNetAp 17.80 -.40 4+0.8
Mutual Series:
BeacnZ 15.64 -.02 +31.0
DlscZ 23.71 -.03 +40.3
QuafIdZ 19.10 -.04 4+31.5
SharesZ 22.63 -.03 +2B.2
Nations Funds Inv B;
FocEqBt 17.22 -.13 +17.8
MasGrBl 16.54 -.14 +20.9
Nations Funds Pri A:
InlvIPrAn 22.22 -.10 +632
Neuberger&Berm Inv:
Focus 35.86 -.50 +2.6
Intlr 18.22 +.04 +68.7
Neuberger&Berm Tr:
Genesis 41.31 -.31 +50.7
Nicholas Applegate:
EmgGroln 9.71 -.09 +4.3
Nicholas Group:
Nichn 60.08 -.16 +15.3
Nchlnn 2.21 ... +18.9
Northern Funds:
SmCpldxn 9.74 -.11 +32.3
Tehnlyn 11.04 -.26 -10.9
Nuveen Cl R:
InMunR 11.04 ... +17.4
Oak Assoc Fds:
WhlteOk Gn32.45 -.54 -15.6
Oakmark Funds I:
Eqylncrn23.18 -.12 +33.9
Goa~l n 2133 -.06 +63,6
Intlrn, 20.73 -.02 +46.9
Oakrlarkrn40.99 -.28 +19.3
Selecta n 32.61 -.05 +23.0
One Group I:
E6.r ,I (' 1094 ., +18.3
Oppenheimer A: 1,
AMTFMu 9%i .. +25.7
AMTFrNY 12.61 ... +18.4
CAMuniAp11.096 .. +24.4
CapAAp 40,09 -.41 +47
CapncAp 12.38 -.03 +25.9 -
ChlrcAp 9.65 ... +30.5
Discp 41.36 -.58 +8.6
EqultyA 10.53 -.10 +14.7
GlobAp 57.91 -.60 +28.6
GbOppA 3125 -21 +46.2
Goldp 17.69 -.03 +96.0
HiYdAp 9.71 +.01 +30.6
I.dTmMu 15.47 -.01 +24.0
MnStFdA 34.62 -.36 +11.3
MkiCapA 15.99 -.17 +9.0
PAMuniAp 12.37 ... +29.7
StrlnAp 429 ... +37.1
USGvp 9.76 +.01 +16.7
Oppenheimer B:
AMTFMu 9.95 ,. +22.9
AMTFrNY 12.61 .. +15.5
CplncBl 1226 -.02 +22.8
ChIncBt 9.64 ., +27.6
EqultyB 10.20 -.10 +11.7
HIYdBt1 9.56 +.01 +27.5
StdncBt 4.31 .., +343
Oppenhelm Quest:
OBatA 17.56 -.17 +14.4
QBaB 17.36 -.17 +11.8
Oppenheimer Roch:
RoMuAp 17.85 +.01 +21.7
PBHG Funds:
SelGAvn21.33 -.34 -8.7
PIMCO Admln PIMS:
ToPtAd 10.67 +.01 +19.8
PIMCO Insta PIMS:
AgAsset 12.63 -.02 NS
ComodRR 14.92 +,07 NS
HiY d 9.80 +01 +32.4
LowDu 10.17 ... +12,2
RealRtnl 11.42 -.02 +.36,8
TotRM 10.67 +.01 +20.7
PIMCO Funds A:
RewMA 25.33 -24 +33.2
ReaRtAp 11.42 -.02 +35.0
TotRIA 10.67 +.01 +19.0
PIMCO Funds C:
GwtlCi 17,36 -.17 -5.7
TargtCt 15,45 -.18 +8.7
TotRICt 10.67 +.01 +16.4
Phoenix Funds:
BalanIA 14.73 -.08 +12.7
StIrALAp 15.55 -.08 +13.2
Phoenix-Aberdeen:
IntIA 9.95 -.05 +32.3
WPiOpp 8.31 -.06 +21.4
Phoenlx-Engemann:
CapGrA 14.61 -.17 -3.7
Pioneer Funds A:
BalanAp 9.60 -.04 4+6.9
BonriAp 9.39 ... +23.9
EqlncAp 26.28 -.22 +19.4
EuropAp 29.35 -.17 +26.5
GrwIhAp 11.87 -.10 -11.5
HiYldAp 11.45 -.04 435.6
InfValA 17.07 -.16 +2.2
MdCpGrA 14.56 -.20 +5.8
MdCVAp 24.15 -.21 +45.4
PionFdAp41.06 -.38 +10.1
TxFreAp 11.6 -01 +16,7
VakluAp 17.36 -.15 +18.0
Pioneer Funds B:
HiYIdBI 11.50 -.03 +32.6
MdCpVB 21.69 -.19 +41.7
Pioneer Funds C:
HiYdCt 11.60 -.04 +32.7
Price Funds:
Balancen 19.41 -.10 +21.8
BICMpn 30.09 -.30 +6.7
CABondn 11.12 ... +16.6
CapAppn 19,18 -.07 +43.7
ODvGron 22.48 -.17 +13.9
Eqlncn 26.05 -.24 +25.1
Eqlndexn 31.85 -.30 +9.8
Europen 19.25 -10 +29.1
FUntmn 11.03 ... +13.5
GNMAn 9.67 ... +15.1
Grswthin 25.96 -24 +11;1
Gr&lnn 21.87 -.23 +8.2
H/thSdn 2251 -.16 +19.5
HiYieldn 7.15 ... +37.8
ForEqh 14.98 -.12 +23.9
bnBtodn 10.53 ... +69.3
InDlasn 32.30 -.07 +74.1
InlSirn 12.55 -.10 +222
Japann 8.46 -.11 +45.6
LatAhnn 15238 -.01 +71.6
MDShrln 5.18 ... +6.8
MDBondnlO.81 ... +17.1
MIdCapn 47.97 -.49 +30.1
MCapValn2222 -.19 +61,3
NAioern 31.96 -.34 +7.9
NAsan 9.91 -.07 +63.2
New Era n 33.25 -.13 +71.1
NHodzn 28.29 -.35 +31.9
Nlncn 9.13 +.01 +18.1
NYBond 11.44 ... +17.6
PSInrn 14.66 -.06 +25.1
SO-Teon 18.04 -.38 -11.9
ShtBdn 4,75 ... +10.1
SmCpStkn30.43 -.31 +32.2
SmCapn 34,40 -24 +62.0
SpecGrn 16,42 -.15 +24.4
Speclnn 12,02 -.02 +31.6
TFIncn 10,09 -.01 +10.0
TxFriHn 11,84 ,, +21.1
TFlnHmn 11.31 ... +14.0


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TxFrSln 5.42 .,, +9.2 Tamarack Funds:
USTIntn 5.45 .. +14.5 EntSmCp 32.36 -.33 +48.8
USTLgn 12.00 +.01 +24.0 Value 44.73 -.34 +23.7
VABondn 11.79 .,. +18.4 Templeton Instit:
Valuen 22.35 -.19 +25.0 ForEqS 19.83 -.03 +47.0
Putnam Funds A: Third Avenue Fds:
AmGvAp 9.07 +.01 +12.2 RIEstV r 26.73 +.08 +81.0
AZTE 9.35 ... +156.8 Value 51.06-.11 .468
ClscEqApl2.51 -13 +97 Value 5106 -11 +4
Convp 17.28 -.11 +38.6 Thrivent Fds A:
DIscGr 16065 -20 +0.5 HrYId 5.23 +.01 +27.8
DvlnAp 10.28 +,02 +37.1 Incom 8.82 ... +17.5
EuEq 20.35 -.05 +25.8 LgCpSIk 25.07 -21 +0.9
FLTxA 9.31. ... +15.1 TA IDEX A:
GeoAp 17,88 -.10 +16.0 FdTEAp 11.89 ... +17.1
GIGvAp 13.12 +.03 +44.6 JanGrowp23.19 -.12 +4.4
GbEqtyp 8.26 -.06 +18.7 GCGIobp 24.06 -.07 -3.0
GdnAp 19.01 -.17 +13.8 TrCHYBp 9.31 +.01 +24.2
HIhAp 57.86 -.30 +1.6 TAFtnop 9.64 ... +19.9
HIYdAp 8.16 +3. 8 TurnerFunds:
HYAdAp 6.14 ... +38.6 Tm ,rna
InnmAp 6.85 ... +17.5 SmlCGr22.78 -.28 +18.
IntUSAp 5.13 ... +10.4 Tweedy Browne:
IntlEqp 23.04 -.11 +24.1 GlobVal 23.45 ... +33.2
IntGrinp 11.57 -.05 +43.9 US Global Investors:
, IvAp 12.36 -.13 +10.2 AIIAmn 23.23 -.19 +6.0
MITxp 9.08 ... +14.4 GbRs 10.30 -.02+212.0
MNTxp 9.10 ... +16.6 GIdShr 7.64 -.01+144.7
MunlAp 8.77 ... +15.3 USChina 6.38 -.03 +.5.9
NJTxAp 927 .. +15.2 WIdPrcMn 15.35 -.03+206.6
NwOpAp 40.31 -.39 +1.8 USAAGroup:
OTCAp 7.05 -.06 -2.1 Ag 28.56 28 +6.5
PATE 9.19 ... +17.1 AgGt 28.5 .2 +.5
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NOTICE OF ESTABLISHMENT OR

CHANGE OF A REGULATION


AFFECTING THE USE OF LAND


An Application for Amendment to the Land Development Code Text has been reviewed by the
Citrus County Planning and Development Review Board (PDRB) and is being forwarded with
recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners to adopt or change a regulation affecting
the use of land of the area shown in the map in this advertisement. The Application was submitted
by the Department of Development Services, Community Development Division.

A public workshop on the proposed regulation, affecting the use of land will be held on January
25, 2005 at 4:00 PM and a public hearing will be held on February 08, 2005 at 2:15 PM at the
Citrus County Courthouse, 110 N. Apopka Avenue, Room 100, Inverness,.Florida.



































All persons desiring to be heard, to speak for or against, may be heard on the proposed amendment
to Ordinance No. 90-14, the Land Development Code, as described below and other items as
necessary:

OA-05-02 Department of Development Services is requesting an Ordinance of Citrus County,
Florida amending Ordinance No. 90-14, the Citrus County Land Development Code, by
establishing standards for (CLC) coastal and lakes commercial, (MHP) mobile home park, and
(RVP) recreation vehicle park land use districts; by eliminating MXU district; By providing for
codification, severability, and an effective date..

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, 3600 West Sovereign Path, Lecanto, Florida 34461. For more information regarding the
proposals discussed herein, contact Cynthia Jones, E.I., Planner, at (352) 527-5239.

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).

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 proceedings is made, which
record includes testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at this meeting because of a disability or physical
impairment should contact the County Administrator's Office, 110 North Apopka Avenue,
Inverness, Florida 34450, (352) 341-6565, (352) 341-6560, at least two days before the meeting. If
you are hearing or speech impaired, use the TDD telephone (352) 341-6580.

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C.IAURUS COUNTY (P~.L) CRNIL


S' MATTHEW BECK/Chronicle
icki Keene, owner of the new art studio, uses the one-stroke technique on the front of her business,
Rith the newly painted design visible on the side of the building.


PAINTING
Continued from Page 1A

t.ie house up for sale and they
Yad 9 feet of white bifold doors
n the kitchen, which (Mr.
Keene) hated. So he said, 'Why
don't you have the ladies come
over and do something on
them?,"
At that time, Freud's stu-
$ents had just started learning
to paint flowers, so each one
painted the type of flower she
1-ew how to do. When Mr.
4eene came home, he took
one look at what they had done
and removed the "for sale"
sign from the house.
a "I didn't want to move any-
way," Mrs. Keene said. "I grew
4p here; my mom lives here,
my sister's in Ocala. But we
weren't a family with my hus-
band in Naples, but now we
are."
She added, her husband


thinks it's fun that she paints.
The one-stroke method is all
in how you load the brush,
Freund explained as she
dipped a corner of a flat brush
in a light green paint and
another corner in a darker
green. Next, she worked the
paint in by stroking the sur-
face of her plastic paint tray,
repeating the process until the
bristles were filled with the
right amount of paint
Then to demonstrate, she
painted leaves by swirling the
brush, resulting in a leaf shad-
ed in variations of green with-
out having to lift her brush
once or add separate colors.
One stroke. Viola!
The plan for the day on
Wednesday was basically "let's
wing it." Decorative painter
Judy Chandler had already
painted exposed brick on the
building front and corner
before the others had arrived.
Keene began by painting flow-
ers on the lower side wall. She


knew she wanted a Florida
feel, using ferns and vines and
native plants. A cabbage palm
(a real one) grows next to the
wooden fence, which Keene
envisioned being duplicated
into the design.
That, and a birdhouse and
birds. A park bench, rustic bar-
rels. A vine around the. door.
Somebody mentioned rustic,
distressed wooden shutters on
either side of the picture win-
dow. Everybody agreed.
Butterflies and dragonflies
would come last.
The women Freund,
Keene, Judy Shearer, Barbara
Gordon, Bonnie Hammon and
Nancy Shaner, all "One-
Stroke" artists wanted this
building to make Hernando
distinct and to bring a sense of
charm to the area.
"I got the idea to do this
from a building in Naples,"
Keene said. "We may be
Hernando, but we can be like
Naples!"


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DEATHS
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Aidan's Catholic Church in
Williston Park, N.Y.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 13 years, Michael
Tauber Jr. of Beverly Hills;
daughter, Susan Brophy of
Charlotte, N.C.; brother, John
Mooney of Williston Park, N.Y;
two sisters, Marion Mooney of
New York City and Helen
Twohig of Plainview, N.Y; four
grandchildren, Christine
Wissell, Douglas Brophy, Jill
Gallagher and David Brophy;
and seven great-grandchil-
dren, Joel and Lea Wissell,
Sean, Kyle and Tara Brophy,


and Camryn and Cole
Gallagher.
Hooper Funeral Homes,
Beverly Hills Chapel.

Funeral NOTICE

Kenneth W. Bayard. An
informal memorial service for
Kenneth W "Baitman" Bayard
will be held aboard the vessel
"Apollo" on Friday, Jan. 21,
2005, on a space-available
basis. The Apollo will depart at
2 p.m. with a destination of
Marker 1A at approximately
2:45. Those persons wishing to
follow in .their own boats
should meet in the yacht basin
by 2:10 p.m., or meet at Marker
1A.


Memorial donations may be
made to Hospice of Citrus
County
Serenity Funeral Home &
Cremation Services Inc.,
Crystal River.

Death
ELSEWHERE

Ruth Warrick, 88
ACTRESS

NEW YORK Ruth
Warrick, from the daytime soap
opera '"All My Children" who
launched her career in Orson
Welles' all-time classic "Citizen
Kane," has died, ABC-TV said
Monday. She was 88.


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402-0120-M/THCRN

NOTICE OF ESTABLISHMENT OR
CHANGE OF A REGULATION
AFFECTING THE USE OF LAND

An Application for Amendment to the Land Development Code Text has been reviewed by the
Citrus County Planning and Development Review Board (PDRB) and is being forwarded with
recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners to adopt or change a regulation
affecting the use of land of the area shown in the map in this advertisement. The Application was
submitted by the Department of Development Services, Community Development Division.
A public workshop on the proposed regulation, affecting the use of land will be held on January
25, 2005 at 3:45 PM and a public hearing will be held on February 22, 2005 at 2:15 PM at the
Citrus County Courthouse, 110 N. Apopka Avenue, Room 100, Inverness, Florida.
























All persons desiring to be heard, to speak for or against, may be heard on the proposed
amendment to Ordinance No. 90-14, the Land Development Code, as described below and other
items as necessary : .

OA-05-01 Department of Development Services is requesting an Ordinance of Citrus County,
Florida amending Ordinance 90-14, the Citrus County Land Development Code, by providing for
design standards for small nonresidential development projects: and by providing for
codification, severability, and an effective date.
Copies of the p }ed amendments will be available for inspection and/or purchase between the
hours of 8:00 ATX1. and 5:00 P.M., Monday through Friday in the Department of Development
Services, 3600 West Sovereign Path, Lecanto, Florida 34461. For more information regarding
the proposals discussed herein, contact Cynthia Jones, E.I., Planner, at (352) 527-5239.

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).

If any person decides to appeal any decision made by-theboard 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 proceedings is made,
which record includes testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at this meeting because of a disability or
physical impairment should contact the Couinty Administrator's Office, 110 North Apopka
Avenue, Inverness, Florida 34450, (352) 341-6565, (352) 341-6560, at least two days before the
meeting. If you are hearing or speech impaired, use the TDD telephone (352) 341-6580.
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Lecanto (16-2-1) hosts
Hemando at 5:30 p.m. Friday.

Lecanto outwrestlesat
CeNature Coast 914830
'The Lecanto girls soccer
team mercy-ruleds wrsecond.
consecutive opponent
Wednesday night, needing only
69 minutes to roundst hoClinst Nature
Coast, 9-1.
(189/47Maggie Mueller paced the
Panthers with four goals wand
one assist,. Natalie Burnett hadeview.
two goals and two assists. Jen
Worthington, Jessica Ricci and
Allissaon LPersavich each scored.
-Lecanto (16-2-1) hosts
hemando at 5:30 p.m. Friday.
Lecanto outwrestles
Central 48.30
Five Panthers pinned oppo-
nents as Lecanto beat Central
48-30 in boys wrestling.
The ucas Williams (215 pounds)
pi.m.ned his opponeay to sign up or t5 min-
utes, 25 seconds.bClint Bullock
S(189/47 sec.), Mike Musto
(160/2:34), Dustin Whitelaw
(152/0:31) and Robert Ebaugh
(125/1:57) had pins for Lecanto.
The Panthers (4-2) will wres-
11t"t,6 p.m. Friday at Belleview.
Dunnellon Little
League sion-ups
tPunnellon Little League is
h .ing continued signups Friday
athe Sports Den located on
highway 484 in Dunnellon.
I The will be at the Dunnellon
Baseball Complex from 10 a.m.-
2p.m.Saturday to sign up or the
final sign-up date of Tuesday at
6 p.m. Bring a birth certificate
aria-a utility bill.


Lecanto controls Belleview


KHUONG PHAN
kphan@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle


It was their final home game, and the
Lecanto seniors went out with a bang.
The Panthers' upperclassmen had a
hand in every goal Wednesday night as
they routed Belleview 6-0 in 4A boys
soccer action.
"Our emotions were running sky
high," Lecanto senior defender Kevin
Griffin said. 'All the seniors met in the
locker room and we said, 'This is it, this
is our last game. We know our, priori-
ties, we know what we need to do to win


the game, let's come out here and do
it"'
Leading the charge for the No. 4
ranked Panthers (15-2-0) was senior
midfielder Richard Good. The
swift-footed Good was great.
Wednesday night, netting three
goals and two assists.
"This is more than I can ask
for," said Good, who now has
14 goals for season. "I knew I
was going to come out here and
play hard. Tonight I really wanted it. I
don't think anyone comes into the game
thinking they're going to get three goals,
but I had opportunities and I just try to


take advantage of them."
Lecanto came out in a hurry to start
the match, but a stingy Belleview (9-4-3)
defense, led by goalkeeper Mark Bosler,
kept the Panthers at bay. Bosler
turned away senior forward
Mike Downey on the doorstep
in the fifth minute, Jon Lowe
on a breakaway in the 12th
minute and a keenly struck
shot from 21 yards by Good in
the 18th minute. The Rattlers' keep-
er finished the. half with five saves.
Thirty-one minutes would tick off the
clock before Lecanto was finally able to
find the back of the net. Senior Chris


Pirates edge Citrus


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BRIAN LaPETERIChr
Crystal River's Kevin Drawdy works for a pin on Citrus' Josh Walter. Drawdy pinned Walter in five minutes and five seconds
Ing the Pirates 42-39 victory over the Hurricanes Wednesday.

Crystal River beats Citrus 42-39 in tight district wrestling dual me
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ERIC MCKINNaEY
emckinney@chronideonline.com
Chronicle
Crystal River's hopes of a
fourth consecutive wrestling
district title got a boost
Wednesday night with a 42-39
dual meet win at Citrus.
"We expected it to be close.
They've got a pretty good pro-
gram over there," said
Pirates junior Seth Metz, who
pinned John McNeile in 1:15
at 171.
"But some of our guys are a
little out of shape. You can
see that today. But we've got


the team to do (win districts) that proved too much for the
again." -Hurricanes (7-6, 3-3). The
Conditioning was certainly Pirates (6-2, 3-0) scored pins
a factor, even for defending at 152, 160, 171, 189 and
district champion Richard heavyweight for a command-
Drawdy. ing 30-11 lead after
Drawdy was notice- Ask seven matches.
ably winded midway Citrus also got
through the second pins at 103 and 112
period of his match as it held a 42-11
with Citrus junior lead with five match-
Tommy Newman. The '-, es left
Pirates 189-pound senior, Those final pins proved
however, still managed to critical as Citrus.scored pins
score a pin in the third period in four of the final five match-
(5:45). es. In total, the Hurricanes
Overall, it was Crystal got pins from freshman
River's upper weight classes James Freeman (145), senior


Eric Vega (215), sophomi
Mike Laborda (119), jui
Aaron Maidhof (125), sop
more Billy LaFlamme (1
and junior Darrel Prior (1
"We always expect to w
Citrus coach Rob Herm
said. "But they've got a re
good team over there."
Ultimately, it was a fr
man who made the dif
ence for Crystal River.
"The kid who kept th
from winning was our
pounder (John Kone
Pirates coach Cf
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Hudak found Good open at the top of
the penalty area, and Good slammed
the ball into the right side of the net for
the only goal of the half.
The Panthers raged into the second
half, taking only 14 minutes to score
their final five goals. In the 43rd minute
Good deposited another Hudak pass
into the back of the net, making the
score 2-0. Three minutes later, senior
Faubricio Leiva pounded a goal into
the top shelf from 18 yards out A
minute later, Todd Maloney tapped a
Good through ball past the outstretched
hands of Bosler, making things 4-0.
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Pontius



signs



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LSCC

Lecanto pitcher

will be Laker
JON STYF
jstyf@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Ever since she first picked
up a softball and started play-
ing when she was 9 years old,
Nikki Pontius has looked for-
ward to this day.
Softball was her first sport,
her first love and she hoped it
would be the key to finding her
way to college.
On Tuesday, the hard work
paid off and Pontius signed to
, play softball with Lake-Stiiiter
Community College.
"It's what
I've worked myy.
whole life for,"
Pontius said.
"It was the best
way I could get
my college
S paid for."
onicle The Lecanto
dur- senior pitch- Nikki
dur- er/first base- Pontius
man, who signed with
ranks second LSCC.
et all time in
earned run average (1.20) at
the school, is set for a success-
lore ful senior season and wanted
nior to get the signing taken care of
pho- early.
135) "I know that's my best
40). option, because I want to be an
in," athletic trainer and they have
ann that program," Pontius said.
ally "By signing early, you know
that you have a spot"
esh- Pontius had interest from
fer- Jacksonville University and
Webber College (Babson Park),
lem but decided to join the Lakers
112 after visiting the Leesburg
Ay)," campus and talking with soft-
raig ball coach Jennifer Russell.
"I knew I wanted a little
e 3B
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Citrus girls soccer


falls to Belleview
ERIC McKINNEY first varsity action on
emckinney@chronideonline.com Wednesday. Ince started in
Chronicle goal, making five saves in the
loss.
The Citrus girls soccer team The quartet joined freshmen
didn't play to win Wednesday Kaitlyn Clark and Kelsey
night Keating, who made the jump to
The result was a 4-2 loss to varsity earlier this season for
Belleview on senior night, the Citrus (5-7-5).
Hurricanes' regular season "It was good for them to get
finale, the experience," Gatto said.
With the 4A District 9 "I'd rather them get in there
Tournament begin- ----- and make some mis-
ning on Monday, takes now rather
Citrus coach Charlie __ than in district play.


Gatto opted not to
play his regular lineup.
'"Actually, we got a lot out of
this game," Gatto said. "We
brought four junior varsity
players up and got them all in.
I think we had six freshmen
out there at one point"
Freshmen Laura Bourbon,
Sally Ince, Rachael Smith and
Chelsea Ward each saw their


SAnd let's face it, you
don't bring players up
unless you intend to use them."
Belleview's approach was
vastly different The Rattlers
(9-9-2) played their regular
starters and aggressively
attacked to the final whistle.
"We needed this win to have
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