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Title: Citrus County chronicle
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
Inverness Fla
Publication Date: January 27, 2005
Copyright Date: 2006
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Subject: Newspapers -- Inverness (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Inverness
Coordinates: 28.839167 x -82.340278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 48, no. 51 (June 8, 1939).
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Fire fee dead, then rekindled


Commission sets

MSBUin motion

afterpublic leaves

TERRY WITT
terrywitt@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
In the final minutes of their meet-
ing Tuesday, when most of the public
had gone home, Citrus County com-
missioners brought back an issue that
had quietly died a few hours earlier.


At about 8 p.m., the commis- regardless of the -
sion voted 4-1 to advertise for board's intentions, the
a Feb. 22 public hearing in problem, as she sees it,
which they will consider will be public percep-
adopting a Municipal Services tion.
Benefit Unit (MSBU). Phillips, who cast
The MSBU, a flat fee known the lone vote against
as a special assessment, could approving the MSBU
raise $2.5 million to $3 million Vicki hearing, said the dis- De
in unincorporated Citrus Phillips cussion of the MSBU Dar
County to fund 27 new paid voted against had been set earlier on move
firefighters. the hearing the agenda and the dis- hee
Commissioners said later cussion by the board
they were not trying to mislead the should have ended there.
public by raising an issue after the "I think it sends a terrible message
public had gone home, but to the public," she said. "It was sched-
Chairwoman Vicki Phillips said uled for a time certain and we


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brought it back at a later time
to approve it"
State law requires the com-
mission to notify the property
appraiser and tax collector by
March 1 of its intention to levy
an MSBU. The public hearing
requires legal advertisements
for four straight weeks. Had
the commission not made its
decision Tuesday, it would not
have met the deadline, County
Administrator Richard Wesch


said.
The proposal for an MSBU hearing
was included in a motion
Commissioner Jim Fowler made ear-


lier in the meeting. The motion sought
approval of a Municipal Services Tax
Unit (MSTU) to fund law enforcement
and the MSBU for fire services.
In a loud and emotional hearing
about the proposed taxing unit,
Fowler's motion died for lack of a sec-
ond. Phillips said the discussion
ended there as far as the public knew.
But hours later, Fowler raised the
MSBU issue again, this time separat-
ing it from the MSTU. He reminded
commissioners Tuesday was the final
day the board would have a chance to
advertise the MSBU in time to use it
Please see FEE/Page 5A


100 days down, 80 to go


Kids celebrate school

with countng

cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle


100 puzzle pieces, 100 raisins and
100 fingers ... to celebrate 100 days.
Kindergartners at Pleasant Grove
Elementary School celebrated their
100th day of school Wednesday with a
service project to help local animals.
Children practiced counting in uni-
son, while teacher Jen Burns count-
ed dog and cat food, toys, treats and
accessories the children brought to
donate to Citrus County Animal
Control.
"Thirty-five, 36,37 ... "they counted
together.
In the end, the children surpassed
their goal of collecting 100 items for
dogs and cats. "The dogs had 6, 1 -
that's 61," 5-year-old Mary Ivory said.
The cats only had 49.
Burns and the children graphed
the two numbers on a chart to better
understand numbers and later split
into groups for centers all incorpo-
rating the 100th day of school theme.
"Today, we're doing our 100th-day
celebration," teacher Jen Burns said.
She and the children wore special
shirts and necklaces they made. The
children's shirts had 100 colored dots
and Burns' had the children's hand-
prints.
"There are 20 hands on my shirt
and five fingers on each hand, so
that's 100 fingers," Burns said.
Children drew pictures of what
they may look like when they are 100


MATTHEW BECK/Chronicle
Pleasant Grove Elementary School kindergarten classmates, from left, Mauro Mondragon, Sage Sullivan and Madison
Corbett sort through dozens of Items Tuesday morning that will be donated to Citrus County Animal Services. To cele-
brate the 100th day of school, the class set a goal to collect 100 Items, count, chart and donate them to a worthy cause.


years old, made trail mix with 100'
pieces in the mixture and built build-
ings using 100 blocks.
Six-year-old Madison Corbett said
counting to 100 by ones takes a long
time, which is why Burns taught them


to count using multiples.
"It's easy," Madison Corbett, 6, said.
'All you have to do is count by 10s."
Madison said she likes school, but
going for 100 days is a long time.
'"And we're not done yet," Madison


said.
Burns told the kindergartners
there are just 80. days left in the
school year.
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DAVE PIEKL.IK i
dpieklik@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Voters got an up-close look
Tuesday evening at the candi-
dates for two Inverness C'.y
Council seats up for grabs in
the Feb. 8 election. '
More than 40 people turned
out Tuesday
evening at the Forum
Old Court-
house in Inver- included
ness for the
Chronicle's public tr
political
forum. The the gov
four candi- .
dates fielded a build
Series of ques-
tions from a
panel of journalists.
In the race for Seat 2, politi-
cal newcomers Bill Sheen and
Marci Miller are squaring off
for the position previously
occupied by Richard Kaufman,


who did not seek re-election
for health reasons. The Seat 4
race pits incumbent Jacquie
Hepfer, seeking her third term,
against resident Sophia Diaz-
Fonseca.
Seat 2: On the issues
Asked what the most urgent
issue facing the city is, Marci
Miller said sep-
tic system-
topics related pollu-
S r tion of lakes.
I sewers, She said she
ansit and would like to
see more resi-
ernment dents hooked
into sewer sys-
ding. tems.
"The sewers
are more envi-
ronmentally
safe ..." she said.
Miller suggested that getting
people off septic tanks and
onto sewer systems be done in
a way that would not place a
financial burden on taxpayers,


DAVE SIGLER/Chronicle
Marci Miller and Bill Sheen, candidates for Seat 2 on the Inverness
City Council, offer their positions about Issues facing city govern-
ment during the Chronicle's political forum Tuesday evening.


especially those on fixed
incomes.
Responding to the same
question, Bill Sheen said there
is a pressing need for an
improved transit system. He
said more buses with set sched-
ules should be on the road to
accommodate many more resi-
dents.
"Over a third of our popula-


tion are senior citizens. We do
very little to help them out," he
said.
Both candidates gave the city
manager high grades for help-
ing to move the city in a posi-
tive direction.
Questioned about concerns
from some in the community
Please see FORUM/Page 5A


SO YOU
KNOW
* Inverness
voters will
cast
ballots for
council
members
for seats
2 and 4
Feb. 8.


Public still


sees room for


improvement

Forum audience speaks out


DAVE PIEKLIK
dpieklik@chronicleonline.com
S Chronicle
Some Inverness voters say
enthusiasm may play a greater
role than experience in their
picks for two city council seats
in the Feb. 8 election.
Tuesday evening's Chronicle
political forum gave some peo-
ple in the audience their first
chance to see the four candi-
dates and hear their plans for
the city's future.
Avery Monesson said the
forum provided a bigger pic-
ture about what each candi-
date is like.
"The way they handle them-
selves and express themselves
here will have an effect," he


said.
Although he gives the city's
current administration a B-
plus grade, he said improve-
ment is still needed. He'd like
to see more sidewalks around
town for people to use rather
than people walking on yards
or on roads. He's in favor of
switching from septic tanks to
central sewer to protect the
environment, as long as it does-
n't create financial hardship.
He'd especially like to see
candidates who will take an
active role in keeping the city
beautiful.
"Beautification is helpful,
but they're not maintaining it,"
he said, arguing several areas
downtown aren't weeded and
Please see PUBLIC/Page 5A


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Southem
hospitality
New, upscale
restaurant in
Crystal River
brings
international
cuisine to
serene
setting
evocative of
old
Florida./lC


Deadly train
crash
At least 10
people are
dead after a
commuter
train smashes
into an SUV
on the tracks,
then derails
and hits
another
train./12A


Hippo birthday to you


Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park's
beloved Lu turns 45./3A


Homestead
exemption nixed
* Citrus County
commissioners
vote against
giving an
additional
Homestead
Exemption to low-
income senior
citizens./3A
* A school bus over-
turns in Hernando
County./3A


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Retiree charged on 3.

counts against minors
AMY SHANNON
ashannon@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
A 74-year-old Inverness retiree was
arrested Wednesday after he said he
molested a 12-year-old girl and
watched a pornographic movie with
her, according to records.
Bob Epperson, 9178
E. Riverbluff Court was
charged with three
counts of lewd and las-
civious molestation and
one count of violation of
protection of minors in
connection with obsc-
enity.
Bob Citrus County Sher-
Epperson iff's detectives learned
of the incidents Jan. 14
when the girl's 13-year-oldicousin said,
Epperson touched her in inappropri-
ate: places while she; spent the night at
his house Jan. 8, according to reports.
According to the arrest report, this is
what happened:
Detectives questioned the 13-year-
old Jan. 18 and the 12-year-old Jan. 19.
Both told detectives similar stories.
They said Epperson, who is their
acquaintance, touched them between
their legs and underneath their clothes.
The 12-year-old said Epperson touched
her on more than one occasion.
They also said he showed them a
pornographic DVD and allowed them
to touch him between his legs.
On Jan. 19, detectives explained the
allegations to the 12-year-old's dad.
He gave detectives three pornograph-
ic DVDs and three pornographic videos
and said Epperson gave them to him
Jan. 18.
He said Epperson told him he did not
want them in his house. The girl's dad
didn't think anything of it until detec-
tives explained the allegations.
Epperson agreed to come to the sher-
iff's office Jan. 26 for an interview.
Epperson admitted to only touching the
12-year-old on a couple occasions. He
also said she touched him between his
legs, before he told her to stop because
he would get in trouble.
Epperson said he saw the porno-
graphic DVD with both girls, but
viewed it only long enough to tell them
to take it out He said the DVD must
have been left in the machine.
His bond is set at $17,000.


AMY SHANNON
ashannon@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
For a hippo on his 45th birth-
day, Lu looked a bit blue
Wednesday morning.
Blame it on the hippo-size
cupcake topped with blue icing
he inhaled.
To the pleasure of nearly 200
onlookers, mostly schoolchild-
ren, Homosassa Springs
Wildlife State Park's beloved
hippopotamus, formerly
known as Lucifer ate, yawned
and wiggled his ears in delight.
"He's almost as old as my
dad," said a girl with curly
brown hair.
Accompanied by an accor-
dion melody provided by park
volunteer George Schultz,
about 145 first-, second- and
third-graders from Homosassa
Elementary School gathered


Senior citizens

don't get aid
TERRY WITT
terrywitt@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle

Citrus County commission-
ers on Tuesday voted against
giving an additional Home-
stead Exemption to low-
income senior citizens.
The exemption would have
given homeowners 65 years


around Lu's pen to sing
"Happy Birthday."
Park volunteers baked
nearly 300 cupcakes for the
children.
Gladys Kuntz of Crystal
River brought her 3-year-old
grandson, Ben to the celebra-
tion.
Kuntz said she frequents the
park and said Lu was the first
exhibit she saw when she
moved to Crystal River 20
years ago.
"We never grow too old for
birthday parties," Kuntz said.
Born in 1960 at the San Diego
Zoo, the African hippopotamus
weighed only 90 pounds at
birth. He now weighs 6,000
pounds.
Even larger than his mass is
his fan base.
Lu starred in movies and on
television as part of Ivan Tors'
Animal troupe until he


and older an additional prop-
erty tax exemption of $25,000
if their household income did
not exceed $20,000.
Commissioners rejected
the proposal, arguing that
exempting one group of peo-
ple from taxation would shift
the tax burden to others.
A county memo said an
estimated 7,400 seniors
would have been eligible for
the exemption. The benefit to
a typical senior citizen would
have been $183.
The exemption would have


reached age 4 and moved to the
park
When Florida Park Service
officials purchased the county-
owned park in 1988, state offi-
cials planned to find a new
home for Lu, park spokes-
woman Susan Dougherty said.
Hippos are exotic animals,
which aren't allowed in state
parks.
When the Chronicle found
out about the state's plans to
move Lu, it started a letter-
writing campaign that led to
Gov. Lawton Chiles' declara-
tion that Lu was an honorary
native of Florida and said he
was entitled to spend the rest
of his days at the park,
Dougherty said.
Lu eats 15 pounds of alfalfa
hay, four scoops of herbivore
diet and a 5-gallon bucket of
vegetables and fruit daily.
Dougherty said Publix


shifted an additional $11 to a
typical homeowner, the
memo said.
In other business:
Commissioners set a pub-
lic hearing for Feb. 8 to con-
sider requiring all Citrus
County children under age 16
to wear bicycle safety hel-
mets. The hearing is at 1:30
p.m. in the courthouse.
The county is exempt from a
state law requiring children
under age 16 to wear safety hel-
mets. Commissioners will con-
sider removing the exemption.


The board approved a
final payment of $408,046 to
Dooley & Mack Constructors
Inc. for the courthouse addi-
tion. The county had refused
final payment until all con-
struction work was complet-
ed. The company disagreed
and sued the county. The pay-
ment ends the litigation.
Members of the public
indicated support for a pro-
posed ordinance regulating
commercial debris incinera-
tors. A public hearing is set
for 2 p.m. on Feb. 8.


Council asks board member back


Officials apologize

for license mistake
JIM HUNTER
jhunter@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
The Crystal River City Council this
week made apologies to businessman
Benji Thomas after city staff had mis-
takenly concluded that he was no longer
eligible for an advisory board and the
council removed him.


Because his business was no longer in
the Community Redevelopment Area
(CRA) and the city thought his contract-
ing license had expired, the council
removed him as no longer qualifying for
membership from the Florida
Waterfronts Advisory Board.
When informed his license had been
and was still current and the state law
said members need only to live or do
business in the city and not necessarily
in the CRA, the council corrected its
error, reinstating him to the board with
apologies.
At Monday's meeting, the council also


voted not to approve a comprehensive-
plan amendment from residential to
commercial for a lot at the corner of
N.E. 9th Avenue and N.E. 4th Street in
Knights Addition.
The Parks Planning and Zoning
Commission had recommended
approval of the change, but the city staff
recommended denial because commer-
cial is not compatible with the adjacent
residential neighborhoods.
The council also tabled a motion to
approve the city, manager's recommen-
dation for the appointment of a public
works director until the Feb. 14 meeting.


Special to the Chronicle
The Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park celebrated the 45th
birthday Wednesday morning of its largest resident, Lu. Children
and other visitors joined the hippo for his birthday party.
makes Lu's giant cupcake each pose to have a lot of sugar,"
year with bread. Dougherty said, "the icing was
"Because he's really not sup- enough."


County BRIEFS

U.S. representative:
Phone calls e faulty
U.S. Rep. Ginny Brown-
Waite, R-Brooksville, issued a
statement Wednesday denounc-
ing a series of automated phone
calls that she said misrepre-
sents her views on Social
Security.
Brown-Waite said she is out-
raged.
The phone calls say Brown-
Waite supports privatizing Social
Security, putting millions of sen-
ior citizens in financial risk. "TelL
Congresswoman Waite that we.
want real Social Security reform,
not a risky Wall Street gamble,"
a transcription of the phone call,
includes.
Brown-Waite said that is
untrue.
"I have been crystal clear in
every statement I have made
about the future of Social
Security," she said. "I will not '
vote to privatize Social Security."
Deceased horse's
owner still unknown
Traffic deputies are still trying.,
to determine who owned the
horse that entered the west-
bound traffic lanes of S.R. 44 in..
the vicinity of Ponder Avenue on:
Monday and was struck by a
deputy's vehicle. The horse
was killed on impact.
The horse is chestnut-colored'
with black markings.
Anyone who may have know-
ledge of the horse or its owner
is asked to call the Citrus
County Sheriff's Office at 726-
4488. Tell the receptionist you'd
like to leave a message for Dep:
Rich Briggs.
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DAVE SIGLER/Chronicle
Susan Frederico's class at Forest Ridge Elementary School swarmed her Wednesday after she was presented the
Veterans of Foreign Wars District 7 Citizenship Education's Teachers award. The award is given to teachers who are
nominated by a local VFW Post and teach citizenship education topics regularly to promote America's history and
traditions.




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Deer kill costly for Georgia man


Boa REICHMAN
Special to the Chronicle

SA Georgia man found out last
.week that driving down
,Interstate 75 and shooting deer
-don't mix.
Clarence Melvin Brown, 30,
-was arrested Jan. 20 for doing a
little hunting while he traveled
-;along .I1-75 between Lake
;-Panasoffkee and Wildwood,
Klaw enforcement officials said.
Brown was traveling north
-on the interstate about 4:30
;p.m. when he spotted a deer
,-standing in a field just off the
*highway, according to Joy Hill,
;spokeswoman for Florida Fish
*


and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC).
Brown turned his vehicle
around after passing the deer
and then returned to the site.
He pulled off the side of the
road, got out his rifle and killed
the deer, she said.
When he walked into the
field to get the deer, two legal
hunters, who had been hunting
and watching the short-horned
buck, confronted Brown about
shooting the animal and then
notified the property owner,
Hill said. Law enforcement
officers were then called.
In the meantime, Brown
picked up the deer and headed


back to his truck, she said.
When he arrived, several
deputies and FWC Officer
Monty Hinkle met him.
"You just don't shoot deer
from the side of the road. It's
dangerous," Hill said.
Brown was charged with
trespassing with a firearm, tak-
ing wildlife from road right of
way and taking a deer with less
than 5-inch antlers.
He was jailed in the Sumter
County Detention Center on
$3,750 bond.
Bob Reichman is editor of
the Sumter County Times, a
Chronicle sister newspaper.


Loud music, porn movie lead to arrests


BOB REICHMAN
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Loud music and an easily
viewable. pornographic movie
playing inside a 1992
Champagne-colored Cadillac
Eldorado led to the arrest
Saturday of two Ocala men.
The men were 'arrested
about 1:47 a.m. on County Road
213, near Wildwood, when
Sumter County Sheriff's
Deputy Kevin Davenport
stopped the vehicle for playing
loud music after it passed his
patrol cruiser, according to the
deputy's report.


Inside the vehicle, the offi-
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screen within sight of the driv-
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Bobby Caruthers. Davenport
reported that the screen dis-
played the image of two women
involved in a sexual act
The officer also reported
that the vehicle was equipped
with a DVD system that includ-
ed three monitors and 16
speakers throughout the car.
During an inventory,
Davenport recovered what
appeared to be marijuana from
the passenger's side of the
vehicle and two small pieces of


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crack cocaine. Both materials
tested positive for the drugs,
Caruthers said.
Passenger Calvin Jackson
Sr., 19, was charged with pos-
session of crack cocaine, pos-
session of marijuana and giv-
ing a false name to a law
enforcement officer. He was
jailed on $6,000 bond.
The car's driver, Nathan
Rocker, 24, was charged with
violation of probation and was
jailed without bond.
Bob Reichman is editor of
the Sumter County Times, a
Chronicle sister newspaper.


For the RECORD


Citrus County Sheriff
Domestic battery
arrests ,
Scott Michael Reeves, 26,
Homosassa, at 1:09 a.m.
Wednesday on a charge of domes-
tic battery.
A deputy responded to a house in
reference to a battery. A woman said
she had been in an argument with
Reeves for several hours, according
to the arrest report. She said
Reeves grabbed her around her
throat and held her down to the
ground. She also said he grabbed
her by her hair and pulled her across
the floor.
Two other people said they
attempted to get Reeves off the
woman, but were injured in the
process, according to the report.
The deputy saw a small red mark on
the woman's neck.
The second person's bottom lip
was red and puffy. The third person
had a small knot the size of'a quar-
ter behind his left ear.
No bond was set.
Shania Brown, 30, Crystal
River, at 2:16 a.m. Wednesday on a
charge of domestic battery.
A deputy responded to a house in
,reference to a battery. The deputy
saw a man with scratches all over
his upper torso, back, neck, face
and stomach, according to the
arrest report. He was also bleeding
from his nose.
The man said Brown did not
cause his injures.
Two witnesses told the deputy
they saw Brown beating up the man,
according to the report.
No bond was set.
Other arrests
John Daniel Lewis, 52, 6888
Beechnut Loop, Hemando, at 1:09
p.m. Wednesday on an illegal
license plate attached citation and
an active Citrus County warrant on
.original charges of sale of cocaine
and possession of cocaine.
Sheriff"s deputies searched for
Lewis in reference to his outstanding
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deputies identified Lewis and arrest-
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His bond was set at $15,000, per
the warrant.
Also arrested in the incident was
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p.m. on charges of possession of a
controlled substance and posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
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seat of Lewis' truck when he was
pulled over. Deputies found one
crack pipe in Grissenger's pocket,
two crack pipes in her underwear
and two small bags filled with crack,
also in her underwear.
Her bond was set at $5,500.
Eric Menzel, 25, 236 Satellite
Ave., Inverness, at 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday on a charge of schem-
ing to defraud.
He was released on his own
recognizance.
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Michael Ray Roddenberry
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a charge of driving while license is
suspended/revoked.
His bond was set at $10,000.
Jonathan Wade Cartwright,
18, 3921 Ranch Path Terrace,
Hemando, at 9:25 a.m. Wednesday
on charges of possession of drug
paraphernalia and possession of a
controlled substance.
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Brenda Kay Butler, 46, 4065
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about the size of the new $5.8
million city government com-
plex, both were in agreement
that it is not too large.
"The vision is the city will
grow to a point where it will
facilitate the city's needs,"
Sheen said. "I'd like to see that
dream come true."
Miller said the plans take
into consideration the city's
continued growth.
"The government built it so
they can grow into it," she said.
"I wouldn't want to build one
;where you outgrow it in a year
and then have to start all over."
Seat 4: On the issues
Incumbent Jacquie Hepfer
said Inverness continues to
grow, but has maintained its
small-town appearance. While
work continues downtown to
improve infrastructure and
:overall appearance, she said
,the city will "continue with the


FEE
* Continued from Page 1A

2for fire services this year.
Commissioner Dennis
Damato said he realized the
importance of issue and the
"deadline facing the commis-
* sion. He made a motion to set a
Feb. 22 public hearing. Fowler
and Commissioners Gary
Bartell and Joyce Valentino
supported the motion..
Damato said he believes the
pressure of the hearing on the
MSTU in the early part of the
Meeting may have caused the
;board to overlook the MSBU.
When Fowler brought the
oversight to their attention, he
said he felt obligated to make a
motion to set the hearing.
"I think it slipped through
the cracks," Damato said.
However, even if commis-
sioners vote on Feb. 22 to
approve a resolution of intent
tc adopt the MSBU, the propos-
al would have go through an
additional public hearing later
in the year to approve the actu-
al assessment
Officials have not yet esti-
mated what that assessment
might be.
If .th' county's property-tax
revenues rise by 20 percent,-as
some are predicting, Wesch
said the; commission might not
need the MSBU.
Commissioners may be able to
use money from property tax
revenue growth to pay for fire
services.
The 11th-hour motion to set
the MSBU hearing has done
nothing more than give the
county an additional funding
option, according to Damato.
He said the county plans to
hire 27 paid firefighters by
April 1, and the money will
have to come from somewhere.
He said the MSBU may be
needed, or he said the county
may have to tighten its belt and
not to hire the firefighters.
Commissioner Gary Bartell
said the commission's failure
to talk about the MSBU hear-
ing earlier in the meeting was
an "obvious oversight," but


beautification" of the down-
town business district and
other areas, while preventing
sprawl.
Sophia Diaz-Fonseca, who
has stressed protecting local
heritage, said sprawl might be
unavoidable.
"People are so concerned
about the beauty of this place,
and the natural history of it
But as we grow, it's going to be
very problematic keeping it
that way," she said.
While Hepfer said she does
not foresee a need to raise
taxes in the future, Diaz-
Fonseca said she couldn't
promise that taxes wouldn't go
up.
The two were asked whether
tensions exist between
Inverness businesses and the
city. Hepfer said most business
owners are happy with how
they're treated, saying it
appears "it's just one merchant
who doesn't like city hall."
While she didn't perceive
any problems with downtown
merchants, Diaz-Fonseca said
merchants elsewhere feel


there was no intent to mislead
the public by correcting the
mistake later.
If the MSBU hearing had not
been set, he said the only other
question would be how to fund
fire services and the 27 paid
firefighters.
"I felt it was-my duty to have
a public hearing and a public
debate," he said,
Phillips said she believes
county government always has
the option to tighten its belt


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they're often overlooked
because the revitalization
work has been limited to the
immediate downtown area,
although she admitted "once it
starts to spread out to that area
as well, they'll start to feel
more a part of what's going on."
Talk switched to a skate-
board park Hepfer is propos-
ing off Highland Boulevard.
Fonseca criticized the propos-
al, citing a Beverly Hills park
she said has been vandalized
and that skateboarders are
unhappy with because of its
design.
She urged that more
research be done about its
funding, location and liability
issues before moving forward
with the proposal.
Hepfer said she is looking at
the pros and cons of having
such a park in place, and con-
tinues talking with designers
about the plans. She said
there's still a lot of research
that needs to be done.
"We're still a long way off,"
she said. "It's a dream, it may
not come true."


rather than look for new rev-
enue sources, and she said she
was prepared to exercise that
option rather than make the
decision late in the meeting
without the public present
"Bringing back the case at 8
p.m. when everyone had gone
home, and most television sets
have been turned off, creates
the perception that we were
doing something inappropriate
without the public's involve-
ment," she said.


PUBLIC
Continued from Page 1A

tended to.
George and Judy Rogers
have lived in Inverness for
three years, moving here
because of the "small town"
atmosphere. Although they
have a good idea who they're
voting for, they said their minds
weren't made up before the
forum.
The couple said a candidate
who talks with residents about
concerns would get their vote
rather than someone who
attends city council meetings
and then leaves without talking
to the public.
"Without enthusiasm, they're
not going to do very well. With
enthusiasm, they're right into
it," Mrs. Rogers said.
Downtown business owner
Winston Perry is hoping for
change with new faces being
elected to the council.
Reacting to candidates being
questioned about whether ten-
sions exist between business
owners and government, he
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about the city council candidates for seats 2 and 4.


said problems do exist Perry, a
Homosassa resident, said he
would like to see people elect-
ed who embrace what busi-
nesses provide to the city.
"Hopefully, that will foster a
spirit of cooperation. With
cooperation, we're successful,"
Perry said.
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Nasdl00Tr 1004522 37.15 +.44
Oracle 779565 13.62 +.03
Cisco 728624 17.69 +.18
Intel 687057 22.42 +.16

GAINERS (52 oR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Chg
MarshEdwt 5.05 +1.10 +27.8
InfoSpce 46.80 +9.53 +25.6
McLeopfA 2.84 +.54 +23.5
Compuwre 6.94 +1.27 +22.4
PLXTch 9.64 +1.73 +21.9

LOSERS ($2 oR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Chg
Innodata 4.55, -2.50 -35.5
LexarMd 4.16 -2.21 -34.7
Aastrom 3.20 -.40 -11.1
StemCells 4.39 -.53 -10.8
CritdThern 7.00 -.80 -10.3

DIARY


Advanced
Declined
Unchanged
Total issues
New Highs
New Lows
Volume


2,154
943
136
3,233
69
42
2,080,058,844


Here are the 825 most active stocks on the New York Stock Excnange. 765 most active on the
Nasdaq National Market and 116 most active on the American Stock Exchange Stocks in bold
are worth at least $5 and changed 5 percent or more In price. Un.eriing for 50 most active
on NYSE and Nasdaq and 25 most active on Amex Tables show name, pnce and net change.
and one to two additional fields rotaled through hne week, as follows:


Div: Current annual dividend rate paid on stock, based on latest
quarterly or semiannual declaration, unless otherwise footnoted.
Name: Stocks appear alphabetically by the company's full name
(not Its abbreviation). Names consisting of initials appeal at the
beginning of each letter's list
Last: Price stock was trading at when exchange closed for the day.
Chg: Loss or gain for the day. No change indicated by ...

Slock Foolnotes: cc PE greater tar r c i u ae ra: been calI In repaanpton, by
company. A Nrw 5-week iou d Lou in I..It I13 1mo4 ec Corrpany fomrsery iised
an the Amerian Exccangae Enrwging Comr.p.y Marnelpla e g Drvitaoe arid amrn.
inga ir Caradianr doiars n. lanpiTra ,ry e r t f trn Ntedaq capd arid srpiuE sBtin
,*juiflailton nr SI.xi "wa3 a etl ls3U In irie ki1 yCear Tna 52.wekh ,.J in arnd low fig-
ur8a daeB csr.1 fren1 thb b.n.'ilin rl trading pl Prenerred s *ssue.. pr Prlerenca.
pp Holder ot* ,nriisalwmint of pourohise prce q Close-a9r.d mutual fund ro PE cail-
culaied. n Rkght 0 Duy ecuntyi at a r ecleda pncd s to-it has soWi by ai lia 20
labint *fiu [noe sat aaJr ni T1aea wi W Leiave olwires Itr c el1.suIauw wo *
When dlrtmae m. Warrant Eiloing ,a purchase ul fa sic u Noew 52.tek higr un
* Unh. miludlna more tnahn one tecunly vi Company in (tankupl. aor raeo, verlip. or
ttlrg rm.ialieaz uMad ilt. nanwi.rupic, law. A paarS Ir. iOrarof Ee Inam-e
Dhivdend Footnotes. a EA'a adidinaitrsre pad butarenaolr.cluded t -Annual rate
Prus EtWo.k c L uidatlng dad nnd. Amroulnt declared or .'aid in 13a1 12 inondis I -
Currnit anSual rate wlici as incratlM bi mun recent a,dnri arriis'ji'camern i
sur, 01a]dlaend3pi Mosi recent dividend was umrndied r asaned k Declarea or rald ihiE yea a c:uriula-
tovB ,.ue .in rilaliesl n arrearf s m Cunrenrt annual rate *tih .ue asr CrasMea cy
mans receni d0vis4nd annourcemarnn p Irnlndi didena annual raoe not known yield not
,owvn. r DeormJ or paid in pr e aing 12 nrr.,,-h plu tOi Oick ditvlnd t PM in iKick,
arpum ialma cash alue on A -distnbuiiln dat e
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YTD YTD
Name Dlv Yld PE Last Chg %Chg Name Dlv Yld PE Last Chg %Chg


AT&T .95 5.1 ... -18.45 -.09 -3.2
AmSouth 1.00 4.0 14 24.94 +.10 -3.7
BkofAm s 1.80 3.9 12 45.77 +.18 -2.6
BellSouth 1.08 4.1 10 26.57 +.48 -4.4
CapCtyBk .76 1,9 18 39.17 +1.12 -6.3
Citigrp 1.76 3.6 15 48.48 -.03 +.6
Disney .24 .8 25 28.58 -.22 +2.8
EKodak .50 1.6 13 31.66 +.11 -1.8
ExxonMbl 1.08 2.1 14 51.70 +.37 +.9
FPLGp 2.72 3.6 15 75.15 +1.32 +.5
FlaRock .80 1.4 23 58.30 +2.20 -2.1
FordM .40 3.0 8 13.35 +.22 -8.8
GenElec .88 2.5 22 35.49 -.21 -2.8
GnMotr 2.00 5.4 6 36.98 +.48 -7.7
HomeDp .34 .8 18 40.73 +.16 -4.7
Intel .32 1.4 18 22.42 +.16 -4.1
IBM .72 .8 19 91.95 -.24 -6.7


LowesCos .16 .3 21 56.04 +.39
McDnlds .55 1.7 20 31.99 +.05
Microsoft .32 1.2 33 26.01 -.01
Motorola .16 1.0 24 15.65 +.30
Penney .50 1.2 ... 41.37 -.01
ProgrssEn2.36 5.4 16 43.82 +.27
Sears .92 1.8 24 49.90 +1.30
SpmtFON .50 2.2 .. 22.75 -.20
TimeWam ... ... 29 18.15 -.11
UniFirst .15 .4 20 38.78 +1.70
VerizonCml.54 4.2 31 36.52 +,52
Wachovia 1.84 3.4 14 53.83 +.16
WalMart .52 1.0 23 53.28
Waigm .21 .5 30 42.06 +.09


I


52-Week
Hiah Low Name


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


I EWYO K STO KE C ANG


"Tkr Name Last Chg AVL Avil 22.62 +.41
AVP Avons 40.48 -.21
A 5 BBT9 BB&TCp 39.00 +.14
ABB ABB Ltd 551 +.09 BHP BHPBIIt 24.98 +.17
.ACE ACELUd 43.17 +.57 BSO BISYS 15.62 +.36
;AC ACMinco 8.22 +.03 BJS BJSvcIf 47.21 +.16
;AES AESCp 13.75 +.10 BJ BJsWhis 27.38 +.11
kAFL. AFLAC 39.81 +.14 BMC BMCSff 16.91 +.45
ATSl AGLRes u33.77 +.30 BP BPPLC 59.90 +1.22
1,AKS AKSteel 13.88 -.36 BRT BRT 23.65 -.05
AML AMU F 236 +.28 BHI BakrHu 42.97 +.37
,AMR AMR 8.26 +.02 BLL BalCps 41.81 -.19
aASA ASA.iUd 38.28 +.15 STD BooSnCH 11.87 +.19
4T AT&T 18.45 -.08 BAC BkofAms 45.77 +.18
4AUO AUOpron 14.09 +.10 BK BkNY 29.60 -.89
SAXA AXA 23.91 +28 BNK Banknorth 3630 +22
ORNT AeronRs 19.77 -1.03 BN Banta 42.38 -.48
iABT Abltab 45.89 -.02 BCR Bards 65.76 +1.12
2ANF 'Aberlc 49.69 +.16 ABX BarrickG 22.24 +.09
4ACN AccentuIr 25.40 +.20 BOL BauschL 67.80 +2.22
AADX AdamsEx 12.80 +.10 BAX .Baxter 34.67 +.21
KAR Adesan 20.82 +06 BSC BearSt 99.16 +.30
AVO AdV 43.05 +7 BE BearingPt 7.67 ,+.09
AMD AMDO 15.98 +2 BZH BazrHm 146.36 +6.29
ARO Aeropels 26.90 42 BEC BeckCoul 70.00 +2.12
AET Aetna 124.0 +.59 BDX BectDck 55.94 +1.65
kACS AffCmpS 53.97 +1.20 BLS BellSouth 26.57 +.48
AMG AMgrss 62.31 +1.61 BBY BestBuy 55.66 +1.63
GRA A 1-%ere 1.06 +.3 BEV Beverly u11.96 +.18
AGRB AgeBe 1.33 +.01 BLI BlgLots 11.20 +24
A Aglnt 22.00 +.20 BDK BlakD 79.47 -3.89
tAHO Ahold 828 -.02 BKH BIkHICp 29.60 +.18
*APD AirProd 57.94 +1.04 BRF BIkFLo 15.69 +.03
4AM Alfrran 7.87 -.18 HRB BlockHR 47.83 +.52
ABS ertn 22.93 +.44 BBI Blockbstr 9.03 +.03
% ABSp Al1tsn un 24.85 +.34 eBB1 BIlkbstB n 8.60 +.08
S AL Alcan 38.82 +.12 BLU BlueChp 8.59 -.09
kALA Alcatel 14.08 +.48 BA Being 486 +.02
SAA Alcoa d28.64 +!27 BGP Borders 25.83 +.63
ATI AtlegTch 22.00 +.15 SAM BtIBar 22.95 -10
MAGN Alergan 7638 +.38S
SALE AJletes 4126 +.92 BXP BosProp 58.04 -25
AC E AIICap 4206 +.26 BSX BostonSci 31.78 -.10
AC AIIamp 410.306 +24 BOW Bowalr 38.28 +1.03
SAGI AIIRGam 10.35 +24
4AWF AIIWrkd2 12.27 -.01 BDN Brandyw 27.80 +.10
AW AidWasle 8.71 +.11 BRP BrasIel 31.90 +.78
*AFC AImrFn 31.11 +.47 EAT Brinker 38.10 +.88
*ALL Allsate 50.69 +.74 BMY BrMysq 24.10 +.11
*AT l 55 .15 -.21 BC Brunswlck 47.75 +.01
AYZ ASMeun 51.44 -.10 BNI BudNSF 47.05 +.36
ALO A-lphama 15.15 +.25 BR BudRs s44.60 +.83
MO Ala 61.84 -.45 CHG CHEEngy 47.05 +.90
ABK ArnbacF 77.30 -2.30 CI CIGNA 79.82 +01
DOX Amdoes 29.45 +.40 CIT CITGp 40.22 +27
AHC AmHess 84.91 +.44 CMS CMS Eng 10.29 +.36
AEE Amneren 49.87 +.40 CNF CNFInc 46.83 -.62
9AMX AMoviL. 51.68 +1.41 CSS CSSInds 31.18 -1.32
SAWA AmWest 4.64 +.19 cx CSX 38.33 -.63
AEP AEP 34.50 +.92 CVS CVSCp 45'50 -.07
.AXP AmE.p 53.10 -.34 CVC CabhtsnNY 28.43 +.63
AIG AmntoGp 67.05 +.05 CAI CACI 52.00 -.40
tPLUB APC 2545 +450 CDN Cadence 13.08 +.04
MASD AnrSld8 38.91 -.34 CR CesaM s 1920 -.08
0CSP AmSIP3 12.02. +.03 ELY 0Cal3oif 12.61 +.37
SAMT AmTower 18.10 +.01 CPN Calpine 3,40 +.03
ACF Amerldt 24.13 +.13 CCJ Cameco gs36.07 -.87
*ABC AmedisBrg 57.88 +136 CPB CampSp 28.80 -28
*AME ArMlks37.40 +2.59 CNI CdnNRygs 58.08 +.56
0APH Amphenols37.78 +.08 CP CPRwyg 33.20 -.35
0ASO AmSouth 24.94 +.10 COF CapOns 78.75 +1.69
1APC Anadrk 85.10 +.58 CMOpB CapMpfB 13.50
ADI AnaaogDev 34.88 +.58 -.01
AU AngiogidA 32.46 +.42 CAH CardnlHrth 53.84 -.15
BUD Anheusr 48.71 -.39 CMX CaremkRx 38.75 +.93
ANN AnnTaylrs 21.40 +.28 KMX CarMax 28.47 -.32
NLY Annaly 1925' -.29 CCL Carnival 56.33 +1.20
AOC AonCorp 2159 -.23 POS CatalMkg 25.92 +.78
APA Apache 53.09 +.72 CODX Caltelus 26.99 -.18
ABI AppBio 20.04 +.16 CAT Calerplir 91.12 +.62
WTR AquaAm 24.04 ,+.40 CE Celanesen15.59 -.06
ILA Aquila 3.62 +.16 CLS Celesticg 13.20 +.52
.RMK Aramrk 25.95 +.9 CX Comex 36.51 +.52
ACI ArchCoal 3453 +.37 CD Cendant 22.61 '+.06
i ADM ArchDan 22.65 ...CNP CenterPnt 11.15 +.15
SASN ArchstnSm 34.34 -.16 CTX Centexs 59.85 +.50
1 AN ArmorH 43.04 +.89 CERp CnlLtpf 83.00
I ARW AnowEl 2221 +.34 CTL CntryTel 33.00 +.06
I ARM AvMerlt 20.22 +.77 CEN Ceridlan 17.38 +.02
l ASH Ashland 5926 +1.58 CHB ChmpE 10.77 +.27
SAEC AsdEstat 9.76 -.04 CRL ChRvLab 45.86 +.87
SAIZ Assurantnu31.70 +.40 CKP Chedkpn 15.56 +.06
I AZN AstraZen 35.98 +.80 CHK ChesEng 1728 +.14
ATO ATMOS. 2728 +39 CVX ChevTexs53.54 +.50
ADP AutoDate 4358 -.05 CME ChllMerc 197.10 +1135
AZO AutoZone 8953 +31 CHS ChicosFAS 50.35 +.25
AV Avava 14.48 -.67 CB Chubb 74.83 +.13
'AW AveryD 59.97 -1.05 CHT ChungTel 21.68 +.83


XEC Cimarax 36.06 -4.12
CBB CinciBell 4.59 +.19
CIN CINergy 40.47 +.33
CC CrcCIty 14.03 +.57
C Cirpm 48.48 -.03
CZN CIzComm 13.11 -.04
CLE ClalresStra 20.12 +.02
CCU ClearChan 32.29 -.03
CLF ClevCIfs 62.00 -.84
CLX Clorox 58.17 -.62
COH Coach 53.82 -.82
KO CocaCI 41.68 +.44
CCE CocaCE 21.52 -.03
CDE Coeur 3.72 +.06
CL ColgPal 49.88 +.08
CMK Collntn 8.89 -.01
CMA Comerica 57.27 +.49
CBH CmcBNJ 57.83 +1.16
CMC OmrdMfs 27.02 -.10
CTV ComScop 15.13 +.52
CYH CmlyHit 29.04 +.36
RIO CVRD8s 30.69 +.77
RIOp CVRDpfs 25.76 +.74
CA CompAs 26.70 -.53
CSC CompSdc 50.80 +.13
CRK ComslkRs 23.17 -.10
CAG ConAgra 29.53 +.11
COP ConocPhI 90.49 +1.59
CNO Conseco 19.48 -.06
ED ConEd 43.75 +.48
CEG ConstellEn 45.13 +.35
CAL ClAlr B 9.92 +.41
CVG Cnvrgys 14.35 +.35
CAM CoopCam 55.64 +.14
COO CooperCo 74.53 +1.13
RKY Coors B 73.35 +.10
ELP Copel 4.52 -.08
CPO ComPdts 28.30 +.20
GLW Coming 10.95 -.56
COT CottCp 24.50 +.72
CFC CntwdFns 37.01 +.66
CVD Covance 38.90 +1.15
CR Crane 27.09 +.63
CEI CresRE 16.85 -25
CCI CrwnCstle 16.43 -.24
CCK CrownHold 12.87 +.17
CMI Cummins 73.88 +.37
CY CypSem 10.45 +.17


DNP DNPSelct 11.51 -.02
DPL DPL 25.10 +.08
DHI DR0Hortn 39.55 +.45
DST DSTSys 49.12 +1.90
DTE DTE 43.18 +.41
DCX DaImlrC 45.65 +.37
DCN DanaCp 15.88 +52
DHR Danahers 54.60 +.71
DRI Darden 28.65. +.42
DV DeVry 15.90 -.04
DF DeanFds 33.33 +.18
DE Deeme 67.70 -.42
DPH Delphi 7.60 +.10
DAL DelAIr :,4.86 +.16
DLX Deluxe 35.61 +.17
DT DeutTel 21.74 +.76
DVN DevonEs 40.53 +.64
DEX DexMedlan2325 -.18
DO DiaOffs 43.16 +22
DBD Diebold 52.78.. -.58
DDS Dillards 25.56 -.24
DTV DIrecTV 15.80 -.05
DIS' Disney 28.58 -22
DG DollarG 20.18 +.14
D DomRes 68.96 +.58
DRL DorafFin 41.47 +.67
DOV Dover 37.24 -1.85
DOW DowChm 48.74 +.03
DWA DrmwksAn 3425 -.53
DD DuPont 46.48 -.10
DUK DukeEgy 25.90 +.75
DRE DukeRIty 31.80 +.21
DQE DuqLigh 18.42 +.12
DYN Dynegy 4.21 +.02
ET ETrade 12.95 -.44
EMC EMCCp 12.78 +.30
EOG EOG Res 72.94 -+1.03
EMN EastChm 53.25 +.24
EK" EKodak 31.66 +.11
ETN Eatons 67.15 +1.00
ECL Ecolab 33.63 +.15
EIX Edisonint 31.89 +.18
EDR EducRItvn 16.45
EP BPasoCp 10.73 -.03
ELN Elan 2.80 +1.30
EDS EDS 21.88 +.24
EMR EmrsnBE 66.13 +.13


EmpDIst 22.48
Emulex 16.00
EnbrEPts 53.43
EnCanag u59.20
Energlzer 54.30
EgyEast 26.07
EnPro 26.17
ENSCO 33.94
Energy u69.01
EntPrPt 26.91
EqtResc 58.32
Eqtylnn 10.99
EqOffPT 28.44
EqtyRsd 32.48
EsteeLdr 45.35
Exelons 43.60
I


GM GnMotr 36.98
GBM GMdb32B 22.23
GPM GMdb33 25.20
.GNW Genworthn 27.21
GNWpE Genwth un
+.57
GP GaPacif 32.73
G Gilletle 45.00
GLG Glamis 16.10
GSK GlaxoSKIn 45.15
GSF GlobalSFe 35.25
GFI GoldFLtd 11.29
GG Goldkipg 14.29
GDW GoldWFs u64.09
GS GoldmanS 103.26
GR Goodrich 32.45


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INCO
IndoSatll
Indyas
Inineon
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IBM
Is8Oarse
IsitPap
mIrRect
Intrpryolc
lonlos


LXK Lexnmak 85.00 -1.10
ASG LbtyASG 6.36 -.04
L LilyMA 10.52 +.05
LLY UllyEII 55.50 +.65
LTD LUfited 23.03 +.18
LNC UncNat 45.99 +.47
LNN Undsay d22.19 +.34
UN Unens 25.40 +1.00
UZ ULzClab 41.08 +.04
LMT LockhdM 55.23 +.97
LSS LoneStTch 37.55 +1.60
LPX LaPac 25.09 -.06
LOW LowesCos 56.04 +.39
LU Lucent 327 +.14
LYO Lyondell 27.92 -.33


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XOM ExxonMbl 51.70 +.37
FPL FPLGp .75.15 +1.32
FCS FairchidS 13.71 +.23
FDO FamDIr 31.55 +.06
FNM FanniMae 64.81 +.50
FDX FedExCp 94.45 -.06
FSS FedSIgnl. 16.99 +.13
FD FedrDS 54.71 +.11
FOP Ferreligs 21.12 -.02
FOE. Ferro 20.07 +.24
FNF FidelFin 43.53 -.09
FDC FirstData 40.64 -.02
FF FFInFds 19.68 +.05
FHN FstHorizon 42.99 -.03
FE FirstEngy 39.81 +.83
FSH FlshrScl 61.99 -.33
FBC RagslarB 21.47 +.21
FLE FleetEn 9.01 -.10
FRK FlaRock 58.30 +2.20
F FordM 13.35 +22
FRX ForestLab 41.47 +1.28
FST ForestOH 32.90 +.53
FO FortuneBr 82.16 -.19
FOX Fox Ent 33.67 +.35
BEN FrankRes 65.87 +1.01
FRE FredMac 65.65 -.22
FCX FMCG 37.30 +.48
FSL Freescalen 16.64 +.16
FSL)B FreescBn 16.96 +.34
FBR FriedBR 19.55 +.19
FRO' Frontlnes 44.83 +1.33
FBN FumBrds 22.66 -121

GMT GATX 27.02 +.43
GAB GabeliET 9.01 +.03
AJG Gallaghr 29.658 -.88
GCI Gannett d80.00 -.19
GPS Gap 21.26 +.08
GTW Gateway 4.95 +.02
DNA Genentch48s .45 +.99
GD GenDyn 102.48 43.71
GE GenElec 35.49 -.21
GGP GnGrthPrp 31.78 -.05
GIS GenMlls 52.08 +.19


GT Goodyear 15.06 +.44
GRA vjGrace 11.38 -.39
GTI GratTech d7.71 +.20
GRP GrantPrde 19.15 -.03
GXP GtPlainEn 29.99 +.43
GMP GMP 28.45 +.40
GFF Gr0ifon 26.58 +.69
GTK Gtech0 s 23.32 +.04
GSH GuangRy 19.86 +1.11
GDT Guldant 72.00 +.45
HCA HCAInc 44.40 +.57
HRP HRPTPIp 11.88 +.05
HAL Hallibin 42.74 +.14
JHS HanJS 15.81 +.06
PDF HanPtDiv 9.66 +.02
PDT HanPtDv2 11.99 +.01
HC Hanover 14.04 +.10
HDI HarleyD 58.82 +.31
HAR Hannan 121.86 +1.46
HMY HannmonyG d8.25 -.14
HET HarmahE 63.01 +.15
HIG HartfdFn 68.15 +1.53
HAS Hasbro 19.14 -.09
HAT HattSe 14.59 +.02
HE HawaJlEIls 28.80 +.02
HCN HOICrREIT 34.18 -.05
HMA HItMgt 22.10 -.15r
HR HithcrRIty 36.58 +.32
HL HeclaM 5.64 +.20
HNZ Heinz 37.22 -.40
OTE HellnTel 9.04 +.04
HP HelmPay u35.66 +1.07
HSY Hersheys u56.86 +.64
HPQ HewlettP 19.59 -.07
HIB Hlbem 26.09 +.14
HIW HlghwdP 24.82 +.32
HLT Hliton 22.33 +.29
HD HomeDp 40.73 +.16
HON Honwillnt 35.75 +.67
HMT HostMarr 16.00 -.19
HOV HovnanEs 51.14 +1.44
HUG HughSups 28.98 -.10
HUM Humana 33.01 +.21
RX IMS HIth 23.04 +.03


IRM IronMtns 28.00

JPM JPMorqCh 3.83 -.03
JBL Jabil 22.79 .+.98
JEC Jacobs u50.63 +123
JNS JanusCap 14.52 .-.59
JNJ JohnJn u64.65 +.93
JCI JohnsnC6 59.15 +.38
JNY JonesApp d33.03 +.20
KBH' KB Home 107.52 +1.84
KTC KTCorp 21.66 -.16
KDN Kaydon 31.49- +.12
K Kellogg 44.29 -.17
KWD Kellwood d28.20 +.08,
KEM KemetCp 8.21 +.17'
KMT Kennmtl 47.50 -1.43
KMG KenrrMc 59.63 -.88
KEG KeyEngIf 12.11 -.04
KEY Keycorp 33.16 -.04
KSE KeySpan 39.48 +.37
KMB KimbCIk 64.35 -25
KND KindredHs 27.40. -.08
KCI KinetScCn 65.51 -1.76
KG KingPhrm 10.30 -.23
KGC Knross g 6.73 +.04
KRI KnightR 65.74 -.68
KNX KnightTrs 25.08 +.17
KSS Kohls 45.53 -.53
KEP KoreaEIc 13.10
KFY KomFer 18.96 +.36
KFT Knra 33.22 +.19
KKD KrspKrm 8.91 +.06
KR Kroger 17.05 +.08
LPL LG Philip n 20.47 +.13
LRT LLERy 6.48 -.04
LSI LSI Log 5.35 +.06
LTC LTC Prp 19.17 +.19
LZB LaZBoy 13.27 +.13
LAB LaBmch 9.50 +.40
LG Laclede 29.95 +.70
LEA LearCorp 53.57 +1.31
LM LeggMass 75.81 +.04
LEH LehmBr 88.95 +.41
LEN LennarA 56.70 +1.59


MTB M&TBk 101.66 +.73
MBI MBIA, 59.94 +.01
KRB MBNA 26.70 +22
MDU MDU Res 26.51 +.04
MCR MCR 8.92 +.02
MTG MGIC 64.26 +.18
MPS MPSGrp 11.12 +.32
MAD Madeco 9.90 +20
MGA Magnalg 76.73 +.01
MHR MagnHuntul4.5 +1.61
MHY MgdHi 6.41 +.03
HCR ManorCar 35.67 +.40
MAN M.anpwl 47.07 +.79
MFC ManulIfg 43.97 +.47
MRO Marathon 39.40 +.23
MAR MarIntA 62.54 +.52
MMC MarshM 30.85 +.20
MI Marshlls 43.04 +.41
MSO MStewrt 29.88 +.88
MVL MarvelEs 17.10 -.14
MAS Masco 36.09 +.11
MEE MasseyEn 34.39 +.31
MSC MatSd 15.47 +.18
MAT Mattel 18.85 +.22
MVK MavTube u32.76 +.81
MXO Maxtor 4.30 -.05
MAY MayDS 32.91 +.87
MYG Maytag 16.88 +.19
MKC McCorm 36.00 -235
MCD McDnlds 31.49 +.05
MHP McGrH 89.87 -.05'
MCK McKesson 30.40 +.14
MFE McAfee 25.19 +.27
MWV MeadWvco 29.30 +.23
MHS MedcoHrh 41.67 +1.00
MRX Medicis 35.52 +.44
MDT Medinmic 50.95 -.85
MEL MellonFnc 28.68 -.26
MNT Mentor 30.12 -.18


MHX MearStsp 7.95 +.29
MER MerrillLyn 58.61 +.62
MET MetUfe 40.83 +.31
MXT MelrisCos 11.95 -.20
MU MicronT 10.31 +.06
MAA MidAApt 38.71 +.13
MDS Midas 19.47 +.22
MZ Milacmn 3.05 +.15
MIL Milpore 46.95 +.35
MLS MIIIsCp 56.10 -.12
MBT MobileTels 34.60 +1.15
MON Monsnto 51.32 +32
MWD MorgSlan 54.17 -.23
MSF MSEmMkt 18.13 +.07
MOT Motorola 15.65 +.30
MEN MunlenhFd 10.88 -.02
MYL MylanLab 1620 -.11
NCR NCRCps 33.85 +.08
NCC NaICity 35.62 -.09
NFG NatFuGas 26.75 -05
NGG NatGrld 47.89 '+.26
NOI NatOllwl 36.56 +.26
NSM NatSemls 16.52 +.41
HYB NewAmn 2.19 -.01
NJR NJRscs 43.18 +1.02
NYB NYCmtys 18.27 +29
NYT NYlimes 39.43 -52
NWL NewellRub 22.91 +.18
NEM NewmtM 42.04 +.42
NR NwpkRs 5.04 +.06
NWS/ANewsCoAn 16.98 +.19
NWS NewsCpBn 17.66 +.24
NI NISource 22.82 +.22
GAS Nicor 36.66 +.35
NKE NikeB 85.15 -.74
NE NobleCoip 52.71 -.08
NBL NobleEngy 58.89 +.57
NOK NoklaCo 14.33 +.31
JWN Nordstr 47.69 -.16
NSC NorfkSo 34.08 -.63
NT NortelNIf 3.10 +.06
NFB NoFrkBcs 28.42 +.85
NU NoestUt 18.55 +.35
NBP NoBordr u50.30 +.31
NOC NorthipGs 51.63 +38
NCX NovaChem 44.50 -240
NVS Novartis 48.68 +.43
NVL Novellsn 22.61 -.19
NST NSTAR 54.05 +.38
NUE Nucors 52.95 -.20
NQF NvFL 15.51 +.09
NIO NvlMO 15.36 +.05
OGE OGEEngy 26.14 +29
OMM OMICp 16.30 +.24
OXY OcdPet 57.70 +.75
ODP OffcDpt 17.18 +.21
OMX OfficeMax 29.15 +.03
ORI OldRepub 23.64 +.10
OLN Olin 21.15 -+.13
OCR Omnre 30.03 +.51
OMC Omnicom 84.19 -.05
OS OreSt 22.70 +.21
OSK OshkshTrku70.26 -.15
OSI OutbkSlk 44.95 +1.11
OI Owensll 20.64 -.28

PCG PG&ECp 34.45 +.22
PMI PMI Grp 40.77 +.45
PMIpA PMIGpun 25.90 +.05
PNC PNC 53.16 +.03'
PNM PNM Ress 24.87 +.59
PKX POSCO 44.50 -.06
PPG PPG 67.85 +.36
PPL PPLCorp 53.24 +.64
PHS PacifCre 58.89. +1.28
PTV Pacttv 21.70 -1.89
PRX ParPharm 38.76 -28
PKD ParkDrI 424 +.06
PH ParkHan 6320 +.22
POG Paina s 36.50 +.24
PSS PaylShoe 11.45 -.07
BTU PeabdyE 81.40 +.35
PVR PenVaRs 52.75 +.30
JCP Penney 41.37 -.01
PBY PepBoy 16.31 +.05
PBG PepslBott 26.62 -.04
PEP PepsiCo 53.41 +.02
PAS PepsiAmer 21.02 +.33
PKI PerkEIm 21.50 +.48
PBT Pnrman 13.86 -.17
PBR Petrpbrs 40.10 +.59
PBR/A PebbrA 35.55 +.66


MRK Merck 31.17 +.22 PFE Pfizer 24.598 .
MDP Meredith d48.19 -2.38 PD PhelpD 101.45 +1.53
TMR MeridRes 5:31 +.21 PHG PhilipsE 24.53 +.43
PNX PhnxCos 12.87 +.54


PNY PledNGs 23.00 +.41
PIR Pier1 17.68 -.02
PHK PimcoHi 14.61
RCS PlmcoSlrat 12.79
PNW PInWst 42.32 +.22
PXD PloNtd 36.28 +.33
PJC PIperJaf 40.10 -2.78
PBI PftnyBw 43.58 -.02
PDG PlacerO 17.57 +.23
PXP PlainsEx 27.23 +.64
PLT Plantron 3720 -.20
PCL PlumCrk 35.51 +.39
PPP PogoPd 43.10 -1.55
RL Polo RL 38.79 +.78
PPS PostPrp 32.00 -.09
POT Potash 79.38 +1.21
PX Praxair 41.92 +.71
PCO Premcor 4622 +1.12
PDE Pddelntl 22.85 '+.13
PFG PrinFncl 40.46 +.53
PG ProctGs 55.44 -.29
PGN PrograsEn 43.82 +.27
PGR ProgCp 83.78 +.17
PLD Prologis 38.72 +.07
PHY ProsSOIiln 3.57 -.01
PVN Providlan 16.73 +.18
PRU Pridenl 54.00 +.14
PEG PSEG 51.75 +1.15
PEGpAPSEGpfA 81.00 +150
PSD' PugetEngy 23.83 +22
PHM PutleHm 65.53 +1.45
PYM PHYM 6.69 +.01
PGM PIGM 9.71 -.04
PPT PPrIT 6.61
NX Quanexs 49.84 -54
DSS QImDSS 2.76
Q QwestCm 4.13 +.02
RPM RPM 18.35 +.18
RDN Radian 48.29 +.18
FSH RadloShk 32.32 +.30
RAH Ralcorp 42.01 +.12
RJF RJamesFs 29.97 +.13
RYN Rayonler 45.13 +.03
RTN Raytheon 37.00 +50
RDA ReaderDIg 15.00 +.03
0 RltyIncos 23.10 +23
RBK Reebok 41.60 -.49
RF ReglonsFn 33.15 +.44
RRI RellantEn 12.59 -.04
REP Repsol 25.38 +.17
RVI RetallVent 6.74 +.17
REV Revlon 2.31 +.02
RAI ReynldsAm 78.95 -.96
RAD RlteA]d 3.49 -.08
RHI 'RobtHalf 29.09 +.19
'ROK RockisAut 54.78 +229
COL RockColl u42.41 +1.73
ROH RoHaas 43.26 +.19
RDOC Rowan 27.83 -.12
RCL RylCarb 52.75 +.20
RD RoylDul u58.20 +.95
RVT Royce 19.19 +.19
RYL Rylands 62.90 +1.85


SASAPAPAG 39.38 -.92
SBC SBCCom 2458 +.13
SCG SCANA 38.53 +.32
SKM SKTIcm 20.43 -.56
SLM SLM0Cp 50.76 +.23
STM STMIcro 16.72 +.50
TSG SabreHold d20.07 -.61
SWY Safeway 19.08 +.25
JOE SUoe 66.43 -37
STJ SWudes 36.86 -1.14
STA StPaulTram 37.49 +.654
SKS Saks 13.65 +.04
CRM Salesfomn 13.80 +.07
EDF SalEMInc2 1620 +.19
SBF SalmSBF 12.55 +.04
SJT SJuanB 31.15 +.46
SNY Sanofl 37.83 +.23
SLE SaraLee 22.59 -.31
SGP SchergPI 19.77 -.54
SLB SchImnb 66.93 +.45
SCH Schwab 11.30 +.13
SFA SciAlanta 30.27 +1.00
SPI ScoaiPw 31.45 +.33
STX SeagateT 17.01 +.02
SEE SealAIr 47.63 -.57
S Sears 49.90 +1.30
SEM SelectMd 17.72 -.10
SMI SemiMfg n 9.60
SRE SempraEn 36.71 +.43
SXT Sensient 22.37 +28
SGR ShawGp 16.99 +.44
SC Shelsnr u52.63 +.99


NSAQ N.ATIOALMAKE


i-.

Tkr Name Last Chg


IADCT ADCTal 2.65 +.07
#AFcE AFCEnlta 24.77 +.97,
ASrT ASATHd 120 +.12
SASML ASMLHId 15.15 +.17
ATYT ATITech 17.14 +.37
ATSI ATSMed 4.16 -.01
AVII AVIBlo 2.686 -.16
;AAl aelPhinre 2.61 -.14
ASTM Aastraum 320 -.40
ABGX Abgeni 8.70 +.21
,ACCL Accerys 5.47 -.05
ACDO Accredo 29.83 +.37
ACTI AclvCrd 7.91 -.16
SACPW ActPwr 4.00 -.15
SATVI AclMsns 22.11 +.76
i ACTU Actuate 2.60 +.05
ACXM Acom 22.15 +.12
ADPT Adaptac 6.05 +.18
ADSE AdobeSy 56.01 +.43
ADLR AdokCp 8.93 +.26
'ADTN Adan 17.80 +.76
ADIC Advaigll 1028 +.19
'ANSI AdvNero 3955 -.14
kADVNA Adventa 21.50 +.39
ADVNB AdvanrB 22.96 +.26
ARBXX A aMex d8.92 -.40
AFFX Aflyret 36.33 +.83
AIRT AkTInc 13.00 +.76
ANCC AIrNetra 1.67 +.07
AIRN AnpanNet 4.20 +.05
,AKAM Akamnlr 12.77 +.51
AKZOY Akzo 40.87 +.5
o APCS Alamosan 1324 +20
ALSK AlaskCom 8055 -37
ALDA Aklars 13.47 +.01
AALXN Alexion 24.11 +.35
*ALGN AlonTeh d8.50 -.94
'ALKS AlkSm, 12.68 +25
'ALT1 AltrNano 2.49 +.18
ALTR AterMCp 1839 +.06
AATRS Ats 34.01 +1.49
ALVR Avaldon 10.02 -22
AM~N Amazon 41.34 +A0
ABMCWAAmrBlo w .29 -
ACAS AmCapSr 33.42 +.38
AEOS AEagleO 48.50 +1.09
APPX AnPhaam 4825 -23
APCC APwCnv 21.02 +.45
AMTD AmiTrde 12.21 -,02
AMGN Amaen 6356 +139
AMKR AmkorT 436 +.10
AMLN Ankyin 22.24 +.08
iALOGE Antogic 41.53 +.77
ANLY Anealys 3.76 +.12
ANDW Andrew 11.97 +.43
ADRX Andrx p 2130 +.13
ANPI Anglot&ig 17.55 +.05
ANSS Anyss 30.01 +.25
AGMEN Anigncs 7.76 +.02
APHT ApMon 2.36 +27"
APOL ApotloG 77.12 -.28
AINV Apoelnvn 17.09 +81
AAPL AdeC 72.25 +20
APPB ApplebWms27J +25
ADSX AppldDrs 452 +.37
AINN Apkflrbw 3.74 -.06
AMAT AldMal 168.12 +.4A7
AMCC AMCC 3.19 -.10
AQNT aQuanlOw 9.48 +35
ARNA ArenaPhm 5.94 -01
ARIA AridP 7.17 +.25
ARBA Arbare 13.15 +33
ARMHY ArmHId 58.54 -.24
ARTX Aroech 1.40 +.01
- ARRS Arids 6.13 +.11
ARTG AutTech 127 +.01
ARTC AlhroCr 29.13 +.15
ASCL ASc0ntSo l 1424 +.37
ASKJ AskJm 28.5 +2.57
ASFT AspeatCm 10.10 +.14
ASBC AsdBnc 33.07 +.23
ASYT AsyfTch 4.07 +.04
ARDI AtRoed 569 -.01
ATAR Alal 2.37 +.15


AGDX AthrGnc 19.17 -.08
ATHR Athers n 10.10
ATML Almel 3.08 -.03
ADBL Audbten 27.61 +.27
AUDC AudCodes 14.50 -.19
VOXX Audvox 15.9 +.61
ADSK Aultdsks 29.53' +.05
AVNX Avanex 2.40. +.01
AVCI AviciSys 7.46 +26
AVID AvkdTch 58.91 +.20
AWRE Aware 5.00 +.20
ACLS Axceis 7.33 +.33
AXYX Axonyx 4.75 +.25
BEAS BEASvs 8.74 +.19
BLDP BalardPw 6.08 -.01
BKMU BankMul 12.15 -.02
BCON BeaconP .71 +.09
BBGI BeasleyB 16.04 +.23
BEBE BeeSirs 25.32 +.20
BBBY BedBath 39.87
BI5I Blogenldc 63.47 +.39
BMRN BoMarin 5.96 +.35
BMET Biomet 42.94 +.62
BIOM Blmira 1.87 +.03
BPUR BiMUre .44 +.01
8STE Blosite 59.07 +.57
BCSI BluCoat 24.94 +222
BOBE BboEvn 24.72 +.43
BKHM Bookham d3.28 +322
BORL Bodand 8.43 +.16
BEXP BrigExp 857 +30
BRCM Brdcom 31.83 +1,04
BWNG Broadwvg 5.41 -.18
BRCD BrcdeCm 6.12 +29
BRKS BrooksAul 1525 .+53
BOBJ Busn"bJ 24.14 +.74
CCBL C-COR 7.70 +29
CBRL CBRLGrp 39.92 +.45
C CDC CDWCorp 58.74 +1.07
CHRW CH Robn 51.79 +27
CMGI CMGI 1.85 +.02
CNET CNET 10.87 +.11
CSGS CSG Sys 47.93 +.63
CVTX CVrThera 20.28 +.63
CCMP CabodlMi 3339 +1.15
CACH Caches 14.94 +.59
CDIS CalDie 41.46 +1.17
CCBG CapClyBk 39.17 +1.12
DF8B CardiacSd 1.72 +.01
CRDM Cardima 37 +.01
CECO CareerEd 3884 -58
CACS CanrAcc 7.65 +.01
CELG Celgeres 28.78 +38
CEGE CelGens 6.78 +.28
CTIC Celmere 8.95 +35
CEPH Cephi,. 48.99 +1.20
CPHD Cephel 9.90 +.24
CRDN Ceradynes 32.43 +1.15
CERN Cater 48.61 +.77
CHIC ChadRese 10.04 +.36
CHRS ClhmSh 8.2 +.08
C0TR ChatCm 1.76 -.01
CHKP ChkPoirt 2422 +37
CKFR ChkFree 3855 +.55
CHKR Checkers 14.00 -.03
CAKE Cheesecks 3138 +.92
CHINA chndotn 3.77 -
IMOS ChipMOS 4.86 ,+.06
CHIR Chiron 33.94 +.20
CHRD tCho drt 2.05
CHDN ChrchlD 40.38 +.98
CIEN ClOneCp 2.64 -.03
CINF CinnFin 44.16 +.33
CTAS Cintas 43.00 -.31
CRUS Crmus 4.79 +24
PMSCO Clom 17.69 +,18
CDSS CldlSoc n 1.71 +01
CTXS C0ilxSy 22.75 +38
CNVLZ CtyLTr 1.93
CUB CleanH u19.23 -.3
COOT Cogenl 29.21 +1.56
CGNX Cognex 25.51 +.66
CTSH CogTech 36.64 +.68
COON Cognop g 41.47 +.50
COHR Coherent 3025 +1.04
COPI ColGeex 5.1 +.28
COLM ColSprtw 53.54 -.68


CMRO Comaro 8.00
CMCSA Comcast 33.12 -.03
CMCSK Comcsp 32.78 -.03
CBSH CmcBMO 47.50 +.73
CCBI CmrcdCaps 19.94 -.42
CBSS CompaSc 48.75 +.07
CMNT CptlNw 5.18 +.08
CPWR Couwmre 6,94 +1.27
CMVT Comera 22.09 +.08
CPTS Concepts 7.42 +.37
CCUR ConcCm 2.28 -.08
CNXT Conexant 1.60 +.09
CNCT ConneUca 24.00 +1.98
CGTK, Corgentchrnd .14 -.08
COCO Cor0nIhCs 18.80 -26
CRIO Cor0o 2.78
COST Costco 47.36 +.28
CRAY Craylnc 3.78 +.06
CREAF CrsTcdd 13.76 +.20
CMOS CredSys 7.72 +.39
CREE CreeInc 24.22 1.64
CREO Creolnc 14.12 -.21'
CRESY Cresud 1420 +.11
CRXL Crucell 12.30 -1.00
CBST CublslPh 1135 +.42
CMLS CumMed 13.80 +.04
CYBX Cyberonic 25.91 +1.36
CYMI Cymer 2486 +1.38
CYTR CylRx 1.44 -.08
CYTO Cyogenrs 10.66 +.12
CYTC Cyryc 24.50 +.09


DROOY DRDOLD 1.35 +.02
DSPG DSPGp 24.30 +1.80
DANKY Danka d2.08 -.09
DECK DeckOut 37.02 +1.17
DCTH Delca0. 3.89 +.33
DELL Delinc 40,45 +.10
DDDC deitatree 426 +.42
DNDN Dndreon 6.42 +.08
XRAY Dertsply 55.45 -.10
DWRI DsWIhRchn 16.50 -.01
DIGE DIgeneCp 2529 +2.39
DRAD Digrad n 7.51 +.01
DIGL DigLght 1.00 -.01
TBUS DigilRec 334 -31
DRIV DgRier 36.26 +253
DTAS Digitas 10.76 +1.05
DSCO DiOnvLabs 7.61 +.50
DESC DIstEnSy 3.11 +.06
DITC DilechCo 13.72 +.65
DCEL. DosonCm 1.77 +.07
DLTR DIrTree 27.35 +.19
HILL DotHi 6.25 +.15
DCLK 0 DteOdb 8.19 +.08
DBRN DrsesIn u18.90 +.48
EELN E-loan 330 -.06
EBAY eBav 8232. +228
ECIL ECITel 730 +.04
EAGL EGLI.c 29.08 +51
ERES eResreh 1223 -.02
ESST ESSTech 6.16 +29
ELNK ErSLnk 10.43 +.15
EWBC EstWBl 839.35 +2.05
DISH EchoStar 30.57 -139
ECLP Edc1sys 18.62 +37
EDUC EduDv 10.18 -.07
EGHT 8x8Inc 2.81 +.15
ESIO EectSc 17.78 +.64
ERTS EleArts 62.84 46.30
EFII EFII 16.44 -.03
LONG eLongn 1525 +1.13
EMKR Emcore 2.54 +.04
EMRG eMrgelnt 1.14 -.01
EMMS EnrmbC 18.02 +23
ENCY EncysineP 8.73 -.07
ENDP EndoPhmi 21.49 +.85
ENMD EreMd u4.32 +.42
ENTU Enrust 3.72 +.04
ECGI EnvoyCm .46 +.01
ENZN EnzonPhar 12,80' +32
EPIC Ep68SI0 14.06 +56
EPNY Epiphany 430 +.09
EPIX EpxPlar 9.54 +.03
ERICY ErIcnTI 29238 +.68
ESLR EvrgrSIr 4.84 -.15


EXAR Exar 14.20 +29
EXEL Exelixis 8.00 +.19
XIDE ExideTcn 12.93 -29
EXPD Expdlnd 56.24 +1.12
ESRX ExpScript 74.30 +1.07
EXTR ExtNetw 6.33 +.16
EYET Eyetlch 37.12 +32
EZPW Ezcoap u17.90 +.55
FFIV F5Netw 48.48 +.79
FFLC FFLCBcp 40.79 +.26
FXEN FXEner 13.50 +.01
FITB FifthThird 46.63 +38
JOBS 51Job n 22.85 +.21
FILE FleNet 22.60 +.44
FWHT FndWhat 16.09 +1.65
FNSR Finsar 1.64 +.12
FHCC FstHihGp 19.03 +.07
FNFG FstNlagara 1325 +.03
FMER FstMert 26.54 +.42
FISV Fiser 39.54 +.13
FLEX Flextrn 13.94 +1.52
FLYI FLYi 1.89 +.13
FCSE FocusEn 1.03 -.01
FORD Forward 6.57 -.49
FOSL Fossils 27.67 +.67
FDRY Foundry 10.60 +.47
FRED Fredslnc 15.91- +.46
FCEL FuelCell 8.92 +39
FMDAY Fbrdia .75 +.03

GFIG GFIGrpn 26.44
GMTN GandrMtn d8.63 -.22
GRMN Garmin 5123 +.80
GMST Gerrstar 5.79 -.03
GPRO GenProbe 47.16 -.12
GENR Genaera 2.96 -.13
GNSC GenaisPh 1.68 -25
GLGC GeneLgc d3.08 -.10
GNLB GeneLTc .88
GNSS GenesMar 13.28 +.89
GNTA Genta 1.64 +.11
GNTX Gentex 32.74 +.75
GENZ Genzyme 59.16 +1.23
GERN GeronCp 7.87 -.11
GIGA GIgaTr 2.89 +.39
GILD GleadSds 33.17 +1.15
GLBC GlobCrsg 21.84 +30
GLBL Globlind 7.70 -.12
GLOW Glowpoi 2.27 +.08
GOOG Googlen 18924+12.12
GBBK GrSBay 27.80 -.01
GTRC GuitC 56.42 +1.56
HMNF HMN Fn 32.79 +29
HANS Hansen 3828 -.66
HARB HarbrFL 32.90 +38
HUT Harmonic 11.57 +.75
TINY HartsHa 11.61 +.08
HDWR Headwats 3121 +128
HSIC HSchein 66.60 -.80
HLYW HywdE 14.17 -.13
HOLX Hotogic u34A84.500
HOMS HomeSore 2.25 +.09
HOFF HrnOff 1.06. -.07
HOTT HotTopc 18.21 +.78
HGSI HumGen 11.99 +28
JBHT HJunUB 43.72 +59
HBAN HuntBnk 23.09 +.14
HTCH HulchT 34.94 +.88
HYSL HypeSolu u48.9 +4.34
IACI IACInterac 23.62 +.15
ICOS IOS 25.00 -.66
IDBE ID Bo 15.89 +.48
IFLO 1-Flow 17.73 +34
IPIX IPIXCp 3.78 -.13
IPAS Pass 6.17 +.03
IDNX Idenlx 5.78 +.15
ILMN Ilumina 9.79 +.02
IMAX ImaxsCp 9.56 -.41
IMCL lmdlone 40.69 +3.24
BLUD Immunors u29.06 +.81
IPXL ImpaxLab 17.19 +.18
IMDC Inamed u67.44 +2.94
ICBC IndpCmly 40.11 +.10
INSP InfoSoe 46.80 +.953
INFA Informal 7 .2 +29
INFY Infosyss 62.90 +1.80


INOD Innodatl 4.55 -2.50
INVX Innovex 4.69 -.01
INNO Innovo 3.34 -.05
NSfr Insight 19.35 +.72
ISPH InspPhar 14.57 +.11
INGP Inslnet 6.28 +.18
ICST IntegCire 19.06 +.55
IDTI InigDv 10.84 +.72
ISSI ISSI d6.25 -.44
INT. Intell. 2242 +.16
INTD intellDta .42 -.03
INCX Interchgn 17.27 +1.03
IDCC InlerDIg 17.10 +.08
LINK IntednkE 7.17 -.53
ISCA IntlSpdw 52.57 +.03
ISSX IntntSec 22.19 +1.18
ISIL Intersil 14.64 +.06
IWOV Interwoon 9.54 +.27
INTU Intuit 39.08 +.47
ISRG IntSurg 39.00 +.16
IRN InvFnSv u49.65 +3.65
IVGN Invilrogn 69.10 +1.67
IOTN lonatronn d726 +.35
ISON Isonics 4.45 -.17
IVAN IvanhoeEn 209 -.11
NIL Vilage 5.99 +.27
XXIA Ixia 15.01 +.41

JCOM j2G0ob 32.27 +121
JDSU JDSUniph d2.45 +.06
JKHY JackHenry 20.71 +38
JMDT Jamdatn 1995 +2.41
JBLU JetBlue 19.93 +.62
JOSB JosBnks 27.93 +.56
JNPR JrarNtw 2457 +.10
JUPM Jupltrmed 182 +1.31
KSWS KSwiss 29,73 +.16
KLAC KLATnc 4556 +1.20
KNSY KenseyN 30.13
KERX KeryxBio 14.73 +.73
KMRT Kmat 90.33 +2.06
NFTE KnghtTrd 9.79 +.34
VLCCF KnightT 32.80 +1.47
KOMG Komag 18.12 +.09
KONG KongZhgn 8.37 +.77
KRON Kronos 4930 +.8
KLIC Kuficke 6.44 +24
KYPH Kyphon 27.00 +1.84
LCAV LCAViss u25.71 +.41
1LKQX LKQCp 1630 +.12
LYTS LSI hids 10.95 +.90
LTXX LTX 5.53 +.05
LJPC LaJoPh 1.41 -.10
LRCX LamRsch 28.49 +.39
LAMR LamarAdv 4240 -.17
LSCP Lasrap 29.01 +1.42
LSC Latice 4.60 +.07
LAUR Laueate 43.75 +.57
LVLT Leve3 2.74 -.04
UEXR LexarMd d4.16 -2.21
LEXG Ltexnic 7.17 +.41
LBTYA IMlntAn 45.54 -28
LIFC Lifecel 9.00 -21
LPNT UfePIH 3853 +.03
LGND. Ugand 10.41 +.06
LNCR Uncare 4031 +.17
LLTC LUnearTch 3726 +.56
LTON Unk"nen 7.79 +.2
LNET LodgEnt 1797 -.09
LOOK LookSmadt 136 +.05
LOUD Loudeye 1.65 -.03

FLSH M-SysFD 20.0 -.11
MCIP MCIIncn 18.68 -.04
MOGN MGIPhrs 24.44 +1.54
MIPS MIPSTech 1156 +.16
MKSI MKSInst 15.66 +.48
MRVC MRV Cm 3.50 +.15
MTSC MTS 3455 +460
MACE MaceSecrs 3.44 +37
MACR Macrstde u3.42 428
MVSN Mamvsn 2324 +.73
LAVA Magma 11159 -.01
MJES Majeson 1228
MAMA Mamma 4.68 +.17
MANH ManhAssc 21.90 +17 P


MANU Manugist 223 -.01
MATK Martek 52.05 +2.06
MRVL MarverTs 33.13 +1.05
MATR MaldaH u43.53 +1.05
MONE MabltxO 539 +.39
MrSN Mateson 8.72 +.76
MXIM Maxim 39.45 +.87
MXWL. MaxwiT 9.64 +.08
MCLD McLeoA .53 +.08
MCDT McData d3.75 +.06
MCDTA McDataA 4.04 +.08
MEDC MedDsg 1.05 +.04
MEDI Medlmun 24.09 +.09
MEDX Medarex 8.93 +.18
MBAY MedaBay .87 +.04
MDCI MedAct 17.83 +.11
MDCO MediCo 27.32 +.34
MENT MentGr 13.88 +.43
MERQ MercIntr 4430 +132
MESA MesaAir 7.36 +21
MTLM MetaIMgs 26.17 +.60
MCRL Micrel 8.73 +.39-
MCHP Micrchp 25.86 +.35
MUSE Mromse J556 +.32
MCRS Micros 66.00 -.84
MSCC MIcSemnis 15.31 +.51
MSFT Microsof 26.01 -,01
MSTR McroStr 61.90 +2.46
MIKR Mlkron 7.99 +1.12
MLNM MIlPhar 9.45 +.15
MICC Mlcmnts 19.95 +21
MSPD Mindspeed 229 +.03
MSON Misonix 6.10 +.11
MOBE MoblyElec 7.14 -29
MOLXE Molexlf 28.01 +.06
MNST MnsrWw 29.92 +.43
MOVI MoveGal 20.68 +.47
MGAM MultmG 10.83 +.73,
MYGN MyriadGn 25.63 +.69
NABI NABIB0o 12.94 +.93
NTGR NETgear 1535 +.24
NIHD NilHI'dgs 53.10 +50
NMSS NMSrCm 6.14 +.49
NTLI NTLrnc 85.98 +.59
VEC NVECorp 25.5 +136
NGEN Nanogen 4.953
NAPS Napslar 7.6 +20
QQQQ Nasdl00Tr 37.15 +.44
NSTK Nastech 10.23 +.13
NAVR Navare 15.46 -34
NCRX NeghCar 27.72 +.12
NKTR NekarTh 17.12 -23
NTOP Net2Phn 2.60 +.11
NTIQ Nel0 11.90 +.87
NETL NetLogicn 1080 -.49
NTES Netease 4454 .18
NFLX Neit s 11.03 -.30
NTAP NetwkAp 30.77 +37
NENG NwrEng 2.02 -.02
NBDX Nercine 48.41 +1.10
NXO NatC l 2825 -4
NXTP NailPt 20.15 -20
NINE Nnetownsn d824 +.14
NOBH NobtyH 23.37 +2.12
NTRS NOrTist 44.05 +.12
NWAC NwsAMl 729 +.06
NGPS Noval 2260 +1.03
NVTL NvWrls 1330 +.52
NVAX NovaEr d2.32 -24
NOVL Novel 5235 +.10
NVLS Novius 259 +.74
NUHC NuHoriz 731 +.04
NUAN NuanceC 334 +.08
NVDA Nvida 2121 +27
OHM o2Micrm 9.05 +.01
OSIP OSIPlhrm 65.68 +1.68
RHEO OccuLopgxd7.50 -.44
OOSY OdysseyHR 1150 +.13
OCAS OhiCas 22.68 -.02
ZEUS OlyrpSti 23.10 -.01
OMNI OmnEnr 1.61 +.30
OMCL Omnrml d838 -30
0Vl OmnVlsni 17.06 +.88
ASGN OnAssign 5.19 +.09
ONNN OnSmond 3.63 +.10
ONXX OnyxPh 30.00 +.64
OTEX OpenTxt 1989 +.71


OPTV OpenTV 2.70 -.10
OPWV OpnwvSy 14.69 +1.13
OPLK OplnkC d1.51 +.06
OPSW Opswere 5.84 +.18
ORCL Oracle 13.62 +.03
OFIX Orthfx 4029 +1.99
OTTR OtterTal 24.66 +.16
OSTK Overetk 62.69 +439

PETC PETCO 37.32 +.57
PFCB PFChng 56.49 +1.80
PLXT PLXTch 9.64 +1.73
PMCS PMC S 9.60 +.29
PPTV PPTTVs .82 -.04
PRGX PRGSchlIz 5.08 +31
PSSI PSSWrid 11.98 +.45
PACW PacWest 1.63 +.14
PCAR Paccars 70.40 +.57
PSUN PacSunwr 23.85 -.08
PSRC PamnSrce 1085 +30
PLMO palmOne 28.45 +2.28
PMTI PalmrM 25.07 +.07
PAAS PanASIv 1528 +.27
PNRA PaneraBrd u49.45 +192
PDYN Paradyne d255 -.16
PMTC ParmTc 5.68 +.30
PDCO Patersons 45.61 +.20
PTEN PatllUTIs 1920 +.35
PAYX Paychex 30.45 -.33
PENN PemNGm 65.19 +136
PPHM Peregrine 1.16 +.08
PFGC PerFood 26.84 +28
PRGO Perngo 1738 +.08
HAWK Peiohawk 8.51 +.03
PETD PetDv 37.94 +.65
PETM PetMart 3061 +.11
PFSW PFSweb 3.40 +25
PCYC Phmcyc 10.07 +.27
PARS Pharmos 1.04 -.08
PHRM Pharmion 3683 +2.02
PHTN Pholon 2320
PLAB Photirn 14.0 +.43
PCLE P4mSyst 423 -20
PIXR Piar 88.48 +220
PXLW Pxlwrku 10.73 +.65
PLXS POexus 11.11 +.18
PLCM Polycom 18.73 +.13
PLAY PortPlayn 22.15 +.90
POWI Powrtg 18.32 +.90
PWER Power-Oe 7259 +.16
PWAV Pomrwav 734 +.14
PRST Praesk 9230 -.45
TROW PriceT 58.10 -.10
PCLN pyrcere 22.52 +28
PRTL. PrmusT 228 -.11
PGNX ProgPh 1937 -.05
PDU ProtDeg 2026 +1.19
QLTI QLT 15.92 +.06
QLGC Q ogc 3755 +.3
QCOM Qualcoms 3690 +.24
QSFT OuestlSlw 14.50 +.43
RFMD RFMID 533 -.17
RSAS RSASec 18.98 +.0
ROIAK ROneO 1620 +22
RMKR Raimkr d62 -.08
RMBS Rambus 18.51 +20
GOLD Randglds 11.54 +.
RARE Rarep 30.83 +.84
RNWK RealNwk 5.95 +.13
RHAT ReduSH 11.11 +.56
RBAK Redback 68.12 -.12
REMC Remc 6.92 +.12
RCH RentACt 24.97 -28
RBNC RepBp 1424 +.34
RIMM RsdiMos 71.92 +2.64
RECN ResCon 50.55 +2.18
RETK Relek 6.04 +.35
RIGL RigelPh 19.40 +26
RIGS igsNI 22.12 +27
RITA RtaMet 2.99 +.04
RSl1 RofnSlnar 38.96 +2.54
ROST RossSrs 28.84 -.43
RYAAY Ryanelr 43.33 +2.19
RYAN RyanRest 13.72 -.05

SBAC SBACom 854 +.40


SEC SEIInv 37.00 -.05 TEVA TevaPhs 27.5866 +.67
SSNC SSCTcs 21.65 +1.98 COMS 3Com 3.61 +.04
SABA SabaSr 5.55 -.53 TIBX TbcoS 11.16 +.34
SAFC Safeco 45.99 -.14 TIVO TIVokc 3.99 -.07
SLXP SaIlbPhs 1438 +.16 TSCO TractSupp 3550 +1.00
SNDK SanDisks 21.45 -1.05 TACT TransAct 19.92 +1.32
SANM Sanmna 7.35 +.30 TSAI TmSyA 21.50 .+352
SAPE Sapient 7.88 +.05 TKTX Tmskry 23.89 +.63
SVNT SaventPh 2.84 -.04 TMTA Trnsmete 1.12
SAXN SaxonCpn 21.77 -.04 TXCC TmSwtc 1.20
SCHN Schnltzers33.43 +.37 TzoO Trsvetzoo 62.75 +2.71
SCLN Sciclne 321 +.28 TRMB Trimbles u33.85 -.84
SGMS SdcGares,2528 +.52 TPH TrpathT 1.28 +.0
SEAB SeaBrght n ui2.30 +.05 TQNT TriQuint 328 0
SBYN SeeBeyond 3.70 +.11 TRST TrltNY 1235 +.43
SIGI SeLtIn 43.66 +.90 TRST TrINY 12.30 +43
SMTC Semtech 18.20 +.55 TRMK Trustmk 27.74 +37
SEPR Sepracor 55.51 +.62 TWD TunlwdC 2.61 -.12
SRNA SerenaSb 21.62 +.43 TUTS TutSys 3.51 -25
SERO Serolog 2338 +.34 TWTR Tweeler 6.42 +.18
SNDA Shandan 31.10 +.44 TFSM 24f/Realrs 3.17 +.04
SHRP Shrplm 17.02 +.41 UCBH UCBHHd 41.95 +1.46
SHPGY ShirePh 35.27 +.30 UTSI UTStOc 16.30 +.42
SHOP Shop.cornnd21.67 +1.04 UPCS UI4ium 6.99 -.07
SHFL ShullfflMsts 28.19 +50 ULTEO vUiBEec 1.80 -.02
SEBL SlebWehls 9.10 +.18 UTEK Ultraech 14.32 +.77
SWIR SleraWr 14.50 +.69 UNTD UkdOnir 10.62 -.03
SIAL SigmAI 62.13 -.18 USEG USEnr 3.28 +.16
SGTL SikmalaT u3A.43 .53 USPI UtdSurg 39.8 8 +2.51
SIMG Silchig 1293 +.67 UTHR UkdThrp 42.43 +26
SLAB SucnLab 33.12 +1.93 UCOMA UIdGUCm 9.91 -.15
SSTI SST 430 -.05 UFPI. UnlvFor 39.07 +1.05
SIVB SWicV/yB 41.65 +.57 URBN UrbnOus 39.93 +.06
SPIL SIwarme 3.72 +.16
SINA Sin 27.34 +123
SIRI SirusS 6.18 -.06 WOOF VCAArts 1750 -.50
SKYF SkyFndI 28.08 -.67 VffX V Tech .91 -.05
SWKS SkywksSl 7.49 +.12 VCLK ValueClck 12.84 +.44
SSCC Smurfne 1527 +.02 VSEA VadanS 34.50 +1.89
SOHU Sohu.cn 15.80 +.55 VDSI VasoOa 7.13 +.27
SONC SonicCps 3130 +.56 VAST Vastera 2.88
SNIC SonicSol 18.40 +.19 VECO Veecost 17.43 +.47
SNWL SncWal 634 +.12 VT Vaenv 1u228 +.32
SONS Sonusn 5.82 .. SN Vrteiqn 292 O1.99
SMBC SouMoBc 18.17 -M01 VRS Verl 29.1 +1.
SWBT SwBcpTXs20.16 -2.00 VRTS Veits 25.01 +.
HDTV Speatu 4.72 +.12 VR Verity 12.13 +.14
SSPI SpctSig o80 +.11 VRSO VersoTh 1.52 +.09
SPLS S es 32.39 -.0 RTX Vetbh 0 1% +.12
STSI StSiSden 3.91 -.11 VERT VertclNea 1.22 +.02
SBUX Slarts 0 5534 +134 VIAC VICel"n ull.054 -,6
STLD S6Dyna 38.41 +.14 VIGN Vignete 137
STTX Sleetch 28.56 -136 VISG Visage 7.08 -04
STEM StemC 439 -53 VION VonPtn 3A.4 -.29
SRCL Sficyde 49.0 +.45 VTSS VItase 3.0 -.17
SBIB StelBcsh 14.49 +.64 VLTR Voleran 17.05 +1.22
SOSA SlOtIsh u6.99 +.13 WGi WashGnlt 39.08 +.6
SUNW Siarto 4.15 +.01 WSII WasteSvcg 320 -.02
SCON SupTech 1.04 +.14 WAVX WaveSys -.03
SUPG StprGen 4.72 +.06 HLTH WebMD 7.76 +,09
SPRT SupportSft 6.40 +.53 WEBX WebEx 2039 +.08
SUSQ SusqBnc 2436 +.63 WBSN Webmases 50.73 .3.17
SWFT SwiRTm 20.82 +1.06 WERN WemerEnt 21.40 +.49
SCMR Sycamre 352 +.05 WSTL Weslel 735 +.05
SYMC Swmantecs 22.84 +.55 WWCA WWreIss 37.61 -.12
SYlM Syritlc 8.80 +258 WTSLAWeseal 209 +.01
SYNA Syn im 3602 -37 WFMI WholeFd 90.0 +96
SNPS Synopsys 1721 +.28 OATS WidOas 7.43 +.02
SYNO Synors 9.83 -.05 WIND Wo dRR 1220 4.33
SYNM SyioCp 10.60 +. 2 WSTMV W"ea 3.90 +10
THQI THQk Ic 2250 +.5 WLDA WodAr 6.70 +.27
TICV TLCVsn. 909 +.10 WGAT WoridGa 39 +53
TOPT TOPTa*kn 15,0 +931 WGAT Worlae 23.89 ,53
TTMI TTMTch 9.17 +.17 WYNN W nM 285
TTWO TakeTwo 34.96 +1.32 XSR We 86225 9
TAGS Tarras 225 .15 XMSat 33.14 .45
TASR TASERs 1628 21 XOMA XOMA 2.04 +.04
TECOD TechDaa 4121 +.10 XN X+- 8.16 +1,00
TGAL Tegal 1.16 +.02 XYBR Xy1rra 1.O5 -.02
TKLC Tekelec 18.61 +27 XRTX Xyraexn 168, +.93
TIWI Tetesys 13.72 +.6 'YHOO Yahoos 35.47 *+143
TTEC TdeleTch 11.06 +81 YEU. YelowPBd 52.02 -38
TIWT TelwestGcn 1626 +.05 ZBRA ZebtaTs 49.39 +.13
TELK Teidnc 19.16 +.51 ZHNE ZhoneTch 2.02 +.03
TlAB TLabs 7.44 +.06 Z CA ZCorp 5A40 +.30
TERN Terayon 306 ... ZION ZonBcp 67.83 +2.38
TSRA TesseraT 36.93 +.63 A Zoran 10.24 +.42


SHW Sherwin 42.83 -.17
SKO ShopKo 17.66 +.04
SHU Shurgard 41.92 +.49
SID SiderNacs 20.19 +.17
SRP SlerrPac 9.70 +.20
SGI SilcnGph 1.33 -.14
SPG SimonProp 60.00 +.03
SIR SIrva d15.16 -1.33
PKS SixFags 4.41 +.03
AOS SmithAO 27.09 +.06
Sll Smlthlntl 58.96 +.26
SLR Solectm 5.11 +.04
SNE SonyCp 36.94 +.60
SO SouthnCo 33.19 +.48
LUV SwstAJd 14.39 +.14
SWN SwnEnrg 48.61 -.18
SOV SovignBcp 22.82 +.06
FON SpmtFON 22.75 -.20
SXI Standex 27.74 +.84
SWK StanlWk 46.00 -.17
HOT StarwdHtl 56.58 +.66
STT StateStr 44.45 -.60
STN StatonCas 60.60 -.25
STE Steris 22.85 +.30
STK StorTch 31.82 +2.25
SYK Strykers 49.75 +1.10
RGR SturmR 8.58 +.18
SUI SunCmis 37.54 +.62
SU Suncorg 32.42 -.52
SDS SunGard 26.40 +.01
SUN Sunoco u85,32 +1.62
STI SunTrst 71.46 +.13
SPN SupEnrgy 15.45 -.26
SUP Supednd 24.99 -.06
SVU Supvalu 31.44 -.35
SY Sybase 19.33 +.07
SYD SybronD u38.09 +2.06
SBL SymbiT 17.70 +.43
SNV Synovus 26.85 +.26
SYY Sysco 35.20 -.06
TCB TCFFncds 28.87 +.35
TE TECO 15.62 +.18
TJX TJX 24.90 +.09
TXU TXUCorp 66.42 +1.63
TSM TaiwSemi 8.05 +.24
TLM Taismgs 29.69 +.69
TG'Y Targel 50.50 +1.41
TOA TchOlyUS s27.01 +1.42
TK Teekays 42.39 +.64
TNE TelNorL 14.35 +.33
TMX TelMexl 37.13 +.23
TCP TelspCel 6.23 +.06
TIN Templelnl 6425 +.11
TS Tenaris 46.30 +.45
THC TeneltHi 9.94 -.18
TPP Teppco 40.14 -.12
TER Teradyn 13.85 +.21
TRA Terra 7.87 -07
TNH TermaNiro 21.09' +.33
TSO Tesoro 30.54 +.87
TTI TetraTech 27.1d +.38
TX Tdxnst 22.66 +1.54
TXT Textron 70.08 +1.33
TGX Theragen 3,98 +.03
TMO ThermoE 29.76 +.01
TNB ThmBet 28.15 +.56
TMS ThmsnADS 24.65 +1.15
MMM 3M Co 83.42 +.60
TDW TIdm 37.65 +.46


TY TrCont 17.53 -.05
TRI TdadH 40.58 +.53
TRB Titbune d39.15 -.37
TRZ TnzecPr 17.50 +.03
TYC lToolln 35.23 +.21
TSN Tyson 17.78 +.24
UIL UILHold 48.70 +.47
USU USEC 11.48 -.02
USG vjUSG 30.80 -1.41
UST UST Inc 49.04 +21
UNS UnSrcEn u30.29 +1.668
UNF UniFirst 38.78 +1.70
UN UnilevNV 63.92 +123
UNP UntonPac 58.86 -.54
UIS Unisys d7.76 +.20
UDR UDomR 22.05 +.25
UMC UtdMicro 3.32 +.05
UPS UPSB 75.50 -.59
USB US Bancop 30.21 +.01
X USStel 50.04 -1.12
UTX UtdTech 100.82 +1.24
UNH UtdhlthGp 87.80 +.05
UHS UnvHih1 42.74 -.04
UVN UnMsion 27.50 +.60
UCL Unocal 48.94 +.11
UNM UnumProv 17.06 +.52

VRX ValeantPh 25.01 -.42
VLO ValeroE s 49.67 +1.21
VIT VKHilncT 4.13 -.01
VRC Varco 30.39 +.29
VAR VarlanMs 39.92 +1.21
WC Vectren u27.20 +.31
VZ VedzonCm 36.52 +.52
VIA/B ViaomB 3738 -.22
VIP VImpelCs 33.61 +.38
VPI VintgPI 22.87 +.17
VSH Vishay 12.48 +.17
VC Visteon 7.93 +.11
EYE VISX 27.10 +1.76
VOD Vodafone 26.62 +.40
VNO Vomado 70.16 -1.19
VNOpG Vomdo pfG 24.80
+.15
WCI WCICmIS u31.84 +1.33
WMS WMS 30.93 +.65
WNC Wabash 25.57 +.11
WB Wachovia 53.83 +.16
WMT WalMart 5328
WAG Waigm 42.06 +.09
WM WAMul 41.12 +.28
WMI WsteMInc 28.88 +20
WAT Waters 47.63 +.57
WPI WatsnPh 29.60 +.05
WFT Weathfint 53.78 +.53
WLM Welrnn 1021 +.03
WLP WelPoint 118.55 +.05
WFC WellsFrgo, 60.87 +.64
WEN Wendys 38.78 +.67
WR WestarEn 22.70 -.03
WIW WAslTIP2n13.27 -.05,
WDC WDigil 10.14 -.18
WON WestwOne 24.73 -.24
WY Weyerh '83.09 +.19
WTU WIlmCS 1726 -.38
WMB WmsCos 15.89 +.16
WSH WillsGp 38.83 +.47
WIN WinDIx 3.70 +.04
WGO Winnbgos 34.34 +.30


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Yesterday Pvs Day
Australia 1.2893 1.3082
Brazil 2.6750 2.6785
Britain 1.8818 1.8636
Canada 1.2337 1.2373
China 8.2781 8.2781
Euro .7651 .7715
Honq Kong 7.7988 7.7991
Hungary 189.65 188.54
India 43.700 43.650
Indnsia 9140.00 9140.00
Israel 4.4111 4.3898
Japan 102.97 104.23
Jordan .70902 .70902
Malaysia 3.7999 3.7995
Mexico 11.2590 11.3120
Pakistan 59.31 59.31
Poland 3.14 3.11
Russia 28.0210 28.0240
SDR .6581 .6575
Singapore 1.6318 1.6408
Slovak Rep 29.74 29.56
So. Africa 5.9046 5.9438
So. Korea 1031.50 1030.90
Sweden 6.9365 7.0011
Switzedrnd 1.1846 1.1951
Taiwan 31.89 31.84
U.A.E. 3.6723 3.6724
British pound expressed in U.S. dollars. All others show
dollar in foreign currency.




Yesterday Pvs Day
Prime Rate 5.25 5.25
Discount Rate 3.25 3.25
Federal Funds Rate 2.3125 2.25
Treasuries
3-month 2.32 2.33
6-month 2.61 2.61
5-year 3.72 3.70
10-year 4.20 4.17
30-year 4.66 4.66




FUTURES
Exch Contract Settle Chg
Lt Sweet Crude NYMX Mar 05 48.78 -.86
Corn CBOT Mar05 1983/4 -1/4
Wheat CBOT Mar05 2951/4 -13/4
Soybeans CBOT Mar 05 523 -3

Cattle CME Feb05 89.12 +.35
Pork Bellies CME Feb05 94.52 +.37
Sugar (world) NYBT Mar 05 9.30 +.32

OrangeJuice NYBT Mar05 83.05 +2.10

SPOT
Yesterday Pvs Day
Gold (troy oz., spot) $426.90 $423.00
Silver (troy oz., spot) $6.793 $6.610
Copper (pound) $1.48bb 1.4505

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


STOCKS


Crrnus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


10,868.07 9,708.40 Dow Jones Industrials 10,498.59 +37.03 +.35 -2.64 +.29
3,823.96 2,743.46 Dow Jones Transportation 3,537.40 +7.15 +.20 -6.86 +19.20
337.79 259.08 Dow Jones Utilities 337.39 +5.60 +1.69 +.73 +24.23
7,273.18 6,211.33 NYSE Composite 7,046.40 +47.76 +.68 -2.81 +7.48
1,437.46 1,150.74 Amex Index 1,420.49 +12.53 +.89 -.97 +17.59
2,191.60 1,750.82 Nasdaq Composite 2,046.09 +26.14 +1.29 -5.95 -1.51
1,217.90 1,060.72 S&P 500 1,174.07 +5.66 +.48 -3.12 +4.04
656.11 515.90 Russell 2000 616.57 +10.07 +1.66 -5.37 +5.59
12,024.36 10,268.52 DJ Wilshire 5000 11,556.83 +72.95 +.64 -3.46 +4.90


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THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 2005 7A


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


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3-Yr.
Name NAV Chg %Rtn
AARP Invst:
Banced 17.19 +.08 +4.7
CapGr 42.30 +0 -55
GNMA 15.15 -.01 +14.7
Global 26.11 +23 +27.5
GImc 2150 +.13 +5.7
l11 43.10 +.45 +26.0
PtwyCn 11.55 +.03 +14.3
PF yGr 12.80 +.07 +11.5
ShTrmBd 10.16 +8.9
AIM Investments A:
Agrsvp 10.05 +.11 +9.1
BalAp 24A8 +.05 +3.7
BasValAp31A7 +.09 +10.8
ChatAp 12.45 +.05 +12.0
Constp 21.6 +.19 +13
HYdAp 452 +28.0
IlGrw 19.75 +20 +37.0
MdCpCEq27.72 +.09 +24.5
.MuBp 821 +.01 +17.9
PFrnEqly 9.58 +.04 -9.6
SeEqty 17.03 +.09 +2.7
SUMi 1055 +.08 +53
WegAp 12.60 +.12 -4.0
AIM Investments B:
CapDvBt 16.57 +.12 +16.1
Pfraqy 8.58 +.04 -11.6
AIM Investor Cl:
Dynm 16.04 +.14 +22
Energy 28.54 +28 +73.4
HtISd 49.49 +.61 +2.8
SmCoGlp11.98 +.19 +3.1
Tofri 23.94 +.09 +4.0
Ufies 1122 +.12 +21.0
AIM/INVESCO Invstr
CoreSk 10.36 +.07 -0.6
AMF Funds:
AdfMt 9.82 ... +6.5
Advance Capital I:
Baancpn 17.59 +.07 +20.1
Relbn 10.18 ... +26.9
Alger Funds B:
SmCapGrt 4.15 +.07 +15.9
AllianceBem A:
AmGvlncA 7.51 ... +362
BalanAp 16.93 +.04 +20.6
GbTdrAp52.97 +.66 -19.1
GrincAp 3.68 +.01 +48.7
SmCpiGrA 23 +.37 +13.5
AllianceBem Adv:
LgCpGrAd 17.81 +22 -10.9
AlllanceBern B:
AmGlnAcB 7.51 ... +33.4
CorpBdBp 12.40 4.03 +20.8
GbTchBt 48.02 +.60 -21.0
GowlhBt 2236 +22 +5.7
SCpGrBt 1886 +32 +10.8
USGovtBp7.08 ... +112
AllianceBern C:
SCpGCt 18.90 +.32 +10.9
AmSouth Fds Cl I:
Value 1634 +.10 0.0
Amer Century Adv:
EqGropn21.41 +.13 +15.8
Amer Century Inv:
Balancedn1623 +.06 +17.7
Eqlncn 7.94 +.04 +31.5
Growlhln 18.96 +.15 -2.4
Heaitageln11.56 +.16 +8.1
IncGron 29.71 +.16 +15.6
InDiscrn 13.14 +.11 +48.8
IntrolGn 8.85 +.09 +202
i.feSdn 4.84 +.05 -0.6
New0pprn5.18 +.09 -0.4
RealEs n 23.05 +.01 +78.8
Seldkcn 836.3 +.21 +1.3
Utran 2834 +27 +4.8
Uln 11.92 +.13 +15.6
Valuelnvn 721 +.04 +27.7
Amer Express A:
Cal 524 +.01 +16.9
Discover 8.39 +.11 +30.9
DEI 10.83 +.07 +36.0
DieBd 4.90 ... +15.3
DvOppA 7.04 +.04 +6.3
EqSel 12.42 +.15 +12.4
Growi 25.78 +.18 -1.8
HIYId 4.47 ... +16.7
Insr 5.48 ... +15.4
MgdAlp 9.30 +.07 +16.1
Mass 5.42 ... +14.7
MIch 534 ... +16.7
Mm 5.35 ... +16.9
Mutualp 9.61 +.03 +10.8
NwD 2324 +.14 -1.4
NY 5.16 +.01 +16.9
ONi 5.32 ... +14.4
PreM 8.8 +.10 +95.0
Sel 8.71 ... +9.6
SDGovt 4.79 ... +7.5
Slockp 18.82 +.15 +3.8
TEBd 3.91 ... +15.5
Thdint 5.54 +04 +13.1
Thd1nt 7.09 +.08 +21.7
Amer Express B:
EqValp 9.93 +.07 '+92
UDDI 2202 .13 -3.7
Amer Express Y: .
fMrDn .135 .14 -1.1
American Funds A:
AmcpAp 17.80 +.13 +15.4
AMuSAp 25.83 +.13 +17.4
BalAp 17.67 +.06 +22.9
BondAp 13.60 +.01 +253
CaplBAp 5221 +25 +41.4
CapWAp 19.87 +.11 +54.4
CapWGAp33.30 +29 +562.6
EupacAp 35.12 +.43 38.6
Fc-wAp 3120 +.18 +23.1
GwhAp 26.53 +23 +15.1
HITrAp 12.49 ... +2035.7
IncoAp 18.17 +.08 +32.6
IntBdAp 13.68' -.01 +11.9
ICAAp 29.99 +.18 +17.1
NEmAp 2022 +24 +14.5
N PerAp 26.85 +26 +29.5
NwWrdA 31.98 +22 +593
SmiCpAp 30.67 +.41 +37.1
TxExAp 12.56 ... +18.1
WshAp 29.95 +.17 +15.0
American Funds B:
BaSt 17.62 +.07 +202
CapBBt 52.21 +25 +38.1
Gnllt 25.78 +22 +12.5
oInoBt 18.08 +.08 +29.6
ICABt 29.87 +.18 +14.4
WashBt 29.78 +.16 +12.3
Ariel Mutual Fds:
Apprec 45.66 ... +27.0
Adel 51.09 +13 +43.4
Artisan Funds:
Ilo 21.57 +23 +24.4
TdFCap 28.44 +26 +15.7
Baron Funds:
Asset 51.02 +.57 +30.8
Gmwtr 44.09 +.50 +47.0
Bernstein Fds:
MlDur 13.42 .. +17.0
DiMu 1423 ... +12.7
TxMglntV 22.12 +29 +50.3
Bramwell Funds:
Groihp 19.14 +.11 -1.9
Brandywine Fds:
Bndywnn26.37 +.14 +14.8
Brinson Funds Y:
HiYDYn 7.40 ... +36.7
CGM Funds:
CapOvn 27.73 +28 +403
Mutln 25.06 +.10 +25.8
Calmos Funds:
GlwtAp 5.03 +.77 +486.0
Groti Ct 48.19 +.74 +33.0
Calvert Group:
Incop 17.11 +.092 +25.8
hIEqAp 1&65 +21 +24.4
MBCAI 10.41 ... +9.8
Munlot 10.97 +.01 +15.1
SodalAp 27.02 +.09 +92
SocBdp 16.07 +.01 +22.4
SocEqAp 33.31 +.12 +8.6
TxFU 10.2 ... +5.5
TxFLgp 16.78 +.02 +18.0
TxFVT 16.06 +.01 +162
Cripper 86.80 +.10+15.4
Cohen & Steers:
RltyShlrs 63.09 -.01 +81.3
Columbia Class A:
Adovit 2507 +23 +482
Columbia Class Z:
AdomZ 20.59 +24 +50.5
AdomnlnZ 29.17 +.34 +84.0
LageCo 27.00 +.13 +8.0
SmalCo 20.52 +35 +38.4
Columbia Funds:
ReEsEqZ 24.91 +.06 +702
Davis Funds A:
NYVenA 3029 .+.10 +24.0
Davis Funds B:
Davis Funds C & Y:

Delaware Invest A:
Delaware Invest B:
DedliB 3.36 ... +44.5.

Dimensional Fds:
IntSmVan 15.73 +22+144.6
USLgVan 19.41 +.10 +30.6
USMIoon14.31 +.23 +56.0
USSmaln1856 +.31 438.8
USSmVa 2553 +.35 +71.9


EmgMltn 16.42 +.19 +782
IntVan 16.16 +.20 +77.8
DFARIEn 2120 +.02 +73.6
Dodge&Cox:
Balanced 78.04 +31 +35.4
Income 12.85 ... +21.1
Itn 3024 +29 +71.6
Stodc 126.66 +75 438.4
Dreyfus:
Aprec 38.11 +.14 +3.6
Discp 31.08 +.16 +1.4
Dreyf 9.96 +.04 +32
DrS001nt 34.18 +.16 +7.5
EmgLd 42.14 +.57 +25.0
FLIntr 13.47 ... +15.0
InsMutn 18.10 +.02 +16.4
StrValAr 27.76 +.14 +203
Dreyfus Founders:
GmwlhBn 9.76 +.06 -6.8
GwlhFpn10.19 +.06 -3.1
Dreyfus Premier:
CoreEqAt1420 +.04 -0.9
CorVlp 29.54 +.15 +7.1
ULtdHYdAp 7.55 -.01 +23.5
TxMgGCt1527 +.04 -1.5
, TchGroA 21.37 +.26 -16.8


Eaton Vance Cl A:
ChnaAp 1337 +.10 437.9
GrwhA 7.01 +.07 +132
W0s A 651 +40.4
SpqtA 4.52 +.07 -8.9
Mund 10.74 +.01 +22.5
TradGvA 8.80 -01 +8.8
Eaton Vance Cl B:
FLMBt 10.94 ... +15.3
HI9St 10.77 +.13 +1.4
NaIWBt 10.41 +.02 +27.4
Eaton Vance Cl C:
GCotCp 7.58 -.01 +6.4
NaICt 9.91 +.01 +262
Evergreen B:
BaleBt 827 +.02 +7.8
BluChpBt2325 +.11 -0.8
DiBdBt 15.09 +.01 +17.3
FoundB 16.65 +.05 +82
MuBdBt 753 ... +172
Evergreen I:
Caod 10.71 ... +19.5
Ev l 12.68 +.06 +4.
Found 16.75 +.05 +9.8
SIMurll 10.09 ... +11.8
Excelsior Funds:
Enaegy 20.03 +.13 +672
HIYep 4.77 ... +19.0
VaIeir 40.79 +.19 +33.0
FPA Funds:
Nwi*c 11.17 ... +14.6
Federated A:
AmLdrA 2429 +20 +10.0
CapApA 24.75 +.10 +6.1
MdGiStA 29.13 +26 +16.0
MuSecA 10.82 ... +18.6
Federated B:
ShincB 8.81 +.01 +34.3
Federated Insti:
Kaufmn 5.15 +.05 +30.9
Fidelity Adv Foc T:
HtCarT 19.70 +.12 +2.0
NeResT 32.79 +.34 +48.0
Fidelity Advisor I:
EqGrin 46.01 +32 -7.1
EqlnIn 27.86 +.17 +20.8
IntBdn 11.13 ... +19.1
Fidelity Advisor T:
BalancT 16.01 -.01 +11.0
DivGrTp 11.36 +.04 -0.8
DyOCATp12.87 +.16 +.3
EqGrTp 43.76 +30 -8.7
EqoiT 27.54 +.17 +18.9
GoviT 10.09 -.01 +16.6
GrOppT 29.43 +.15 +5.6
HllnAdTp 9.83 +.01 +568.9
nlBd 11.11 -.01 +18.1
MdCpTp 23.84 +.12 4+4.4
MulncTp 1322 +.01 +20.6
OvmseaT 17.14 +20 +29.7
STFiT 9.52 ... +11.2
Fidelity Freedom:
FF2010n 13.42 +.05 +15.8
FF2020n 13.64 +.07 +16.4
FF2030n 13.71 +.08 +15.5
Fidelity Invest:
AggrGrrn15.75 +21 -12.7
AMgrn 15.96 +.04 +11.7
AMgrGrn 14.47 +.05 8.86
AMgdnn 12.52 +.03 +19.5
Balanch 17.45 +09 +27.8
BlueChGrn40.34 +20 -3.0
Canadan 3A.18 +22 +812
CapApn 24.85 +20 +27.5
Cplncrh 8.38 +.01 +55.0
CigaRgn16.50 +.13 4+4.8
CngSn 384.45 +1.53 +7.9
Contran 55.32 + 52+31.3
CnvScn 21.00 +.11 +21.0
DesW 12.40 +.07 +1.2.
Destl 1125 +.05 4+6.5
DisEqn 24.76 +.17 +14.4
Divindn 28.03 +29 +45.3
DivGlhn 27.64 +.10 +1.1
EmrMkn 12.91 +.16 +62.5
Eqlncn 51.27 +24 +17.5
EQlln 22.93 +.08 +19.1
ECapAp 2128 +.22 +38.4
Europe 33.77 +30 +41.7
Exdchn 261.35 +26 +15.1
Exportn 1921 +.12 +20.6
Fdeln 29.07 +.11 +.1
Fiflyrn 19.71 +22 +23.9,
FrnOnen 24.49 +.15 +19.6
GNMAn 11.10 -.01 +15.4
Govtncn 1024 ... +17.3
GroCon 52.86 +.64 +3.4
Grolncn 37.18 +.13 482
Grolndin 9.38 ... +5.5
Highlnrn 8.98 +.01 +40.3
Indepnn 17.19 +.18 +102
IntBdn 10.50 ... +17.8
IntGovn 1021 -.01 +14.5
IntlDiscn 27,65 +.30 +63.5
IntlSCprn23.76 +.28 NS
InvGBn 7.54 ... +19.7
Japan n 12.68 +.20 +50.4
Jprnmn 12.87 +20+108.4
LatAmn 20.72 +31 +80.3
LowPrn 39.12 .+.40 +55.9
Magelnn10112. +.48 .2.1
ridCapn 22.37 +.27 +2.1
MtgSecn 11.26 ... +17.7
Nvwldrn 1429 +.02 +41.8
NwNIln 30.07 +.36 +9.1
OTCn 32.58 +.39+4.9
Ovrsean 34.15 +.40 +31.9
PcBasn 19.87 +.26 +47.9
Puriih 18.60 +.06 +21.2
ReaEEn 27.45 +.01 +77.4
STBFn 8.97 ... +12.3
SmCapkln19.15 +.18 +22.9
SmilCpSrn17.41 +.20 +33.0
SEAsan 16.56 +.17 +46.0
SI*S n 22.18+ +1,8
StEainn 10.70 +.02 +40.8
Trendn 51.97 +26 +9.8
USBIn 11.15 ... +20.5
Utisyn 1328 +.09 +48.8
ValStrtn35.21 +.66 +40.4
Vauien 6923 +.60 +44.0
Wrldwn 17.68 +.14 +23.9
Fidelity Selects:
Aimr 31.94 +55 +3.3
Auonn 33.54 +.31 +38.4
Barkign 38.33 +.14 +28.4
Blotchn 54.04+1.18 -6.8
Brokrn 53.51 +27 +22.3
Chlemn 65.55 +27 +64.3
Compn 32.73 +.60 -13.7
Conlndn 23.98 +24 +10.2'
CstHon 4321 +.50 +64.9
DfAern 62.97 +.72 +45.4
DvCmnn 17.61 +24 +1.2
ElacTn 35.47 +.86 -28.6
Enrgyn 33.5 +.37 8+52.1
EngSvn 44.32 +25 +56.2
Envirn 13.70 +.16 +17.4
FinSvn 113.97 +.45 +23.6
Foodnn 5021 +21 +232
Goldrn 25.83 +.250+73.7
Heaoh n 124.64 +.73 +4.8
HomFn 60.42 +.52 +49.4
IndMtn 37.49 -.12 +59.2
Insurn 60.92 +31 +23.7
Leasrn 7629 +.78 +2.4
MedDIn 44.88 +29 +65.5
MdEqSysn23.04 +.17 80.5
Mulmdn 43.78 +.44 +.0.2
NtGasn 3031 +24 +73.4
Papern 30.08 +.18 +13.2
PInrmn 8.67 +.06 -6.3
Retain 49.82 +.40 +22.7
Sotwrn 49.10 +.70 +9.5
Techn 55.685 .92 -6.0
Telcmn 35.18 +.17 +3.3
Transn 39.67 +22 +21.6
UBGrn 39.19 +20 +11.3
Wireless n 556 +.05 +23.0
Fidelity Spartan:
CAMuNn 12.60 +.01 +168.4
CTMunrn11.71 +.01 +16.0
Eqldxn 41.55 +.20 +6,7
5031nrn 80.82 +.39 +8.7
FLMurn 11.75 .. +18.4
Govlnn 11.05 -.01 +18.5
InvG6dn 10.58 .. +20.7
MDMurn11.07 +.01 +17.3
MAMunn 12.16 +.01 +19.6
MIMunn 12.13 +.01 +19.2
MNMunn 11.54 +.01 +17.7
Munlsnn 13.14 ... +212
NIMunrn11.78 +.01 +19.5
NYMunn 13.12 ... +21.0
OhMunn 12.01 ... +19.7
PAMunrnl1.04 ... +18.1
Slknitun 10.35 ... +10.1
TotMdnn31.95 +20 +13.7
First Eagle:
GI.A 38.42 +24 +77.6
OrersaaA21.69 +.19 +91.7
First Investors A
BICtpAp 19.75 +.10 -2.7
GWoUAp 6.44 +.06 +14.0
GovtAp 11.09 -.01 +13.7
GrolnAp 12.74 +.07 +10.3
IncoAp 321 ... +24.2
InvGrAp 10.05 ... +21.0
MATFAp 12.12 +.01 +17.5
MrTFAp 12.80 ... +162
l.dCpAp 24.48 +21 +21.4
NJTFAp 13.15 +.01 +16.0
NYTFAp 14.65 ... +16.5
PATFAp 13.33 ... +16.1


SpSltAp 18.58 +27 +9.7
TxExAp 10.28 +.01 +16.4
TofnsAp 13.40 +.05 +13.1
VaklnBp 623 +.03 +14.6
Firsthand Funds:
bTehFAp 73.674 +1 .06-23.7
TechVal 25.8 -.08 +1-36.0
Frank/lemp Frsk A:
AGEAp 2.14 ... +42.6
A4USp 9.04 +.01 +6.6
ALTFAp 11.66 ... +19.9
AZTFAp 112310 +.01 +21.7
Balnvp 56.45 +.38 +48.6
CallnFAp 12.79 +.02 +18.5
CAIntAp 11.68 +.01 +152
CalTFAp 7.4 +.01 +17.9
CapGrA 1058 +.08 +1.4
COTFAp 12.10 +.01 +18.6
CTrFAp 11.14 +.02 +183
CvtScAp 15.90 +.12 +32.3
DblTFA 11.99 +.01 +19.4
DynTdiA 22.82 +.39 +12.9
Eqh.Ap 2023 +.10 +152
Fedlntp 11.59 ... +17.8
FedTFAp 1222 +.01 +193
FLTFAp 12.05 +.01 +19.4
GATFAp 1222 +.01 +19.2
GoldPrMA17.47 +.11 +480.8
GiwthAp 32.41 +25 +4.9


HOW ToRADTE UUA UN A


Here are the 1,000 biggest mutual funds listed on Nasdaq. Tables
show the fund name, sell pnce or Net Asset Value (NAV) and daily
net change, as well as one 1otal return figure as follows:


Tues: 4-wk total return (%)
Wed: 12-mo total Mreum ()
Tlhu: 3-yr cumulative total retum (%)
Fri: 5-yr cumulative total return (%)


Name: Name of mutual fund and family.
NAV: Net asset value.
Chg: Net change in price of NAV.
Total return: Percent change in NAV for the time period shown. with
dividends reinvested. If period longer than 1 year, return is cumula-
tive.
Data based on NAVs reported to Upper by 6 p.m. Eastern.
Footnotes: e Ex-capital gains disinbution. I Previous day's
quote. n No-load fund. p Fund assets used to pay distribution
costs. r Redemption fee or contingent defended sales load may
apply. s Stock dividend or spin 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 10.81 +.01 +20.9
IncomAp 2.47 +.02 +42.2
nisTFAp 12.44 ... +18.5
NYITFp 11.13 +.01 +16.8
LATFAp 11.74 +.01 +19.4
LMGvScA 10.16 ... +10.1
MDTFAp 11.83 +.01 +18.5
MATFAp 12.01 +.01 +18.9
MITFAp 12.38 ... +17.7
MNInsA 1227 +.01 +17.7
MOTFAp 12.35 +.01 +18.9
NJTFAp 1221 +.01 +19.3
NYInsAp 11.73 ... +18.5
NYTFAp 11.97 ... +18.5
NCTFAp 12.39 +.01 +19.7
OhiolAp 12.67 ... +17.8
ORTFAp 11.93 +.01 +19.7
PATFAp 10.51 +.01 +18.1
ReEScAp 24.86 +.05 +74.9
RIsODvAp 31.13 +.10 +282
SMCpGrA389 +.38 +9.5
USGovAp 6.66 -.01 +14.6
UtilsAp 11.08 +.13 +33.0
VATFAp 11.94 +.01 +19.4
Frank/Temp Fmk B:
IncomB p 2.47 +.02 +40.1
IncomeBt 2.46 +.01 +38.3
FranklTemp Fmk C:
IncormCt 2.48 +.01 +39.9
Frankffemp MtlA&B:
OudAt 18.95 +.03 +28.7
SharesA 22.45 +.03 +25.4
Frank/Temp Temp A:
DvMtdAp 18.18 +.18 +83.2
ForgnAp 12.01 +.09 +39.8
GBdAp 10.93 +.05 +64.8
GrIthAp 2229 +.16 +39.3
IntxEMp 14.43 +.12 +38.7
WoridAp 17.31 +.13 +332
Frank/Temp Tmp B&C:
DevMIdC 17.87 +.17 +79.8
ForgnCp 11.87 +.09 +36.7
GE Elfun S&S:
S&SInc 11.53 -.01 +19.5
S&SPM 44.09 +.18 +7.2
GMO Trust IIl:
EmMkr' 17.16 +.22+105.1
For 14.66 +.18 +61.8
GMO Trust IV:
EmrMkt 17.13.+23+104.3
Gabelll Funds:
Asset 40.30 +.28 +29.4
Gartmore Fds D:
Bond 9.75 .. +21.7
GvtBdD 10.33 ... +17.3
GrowhiD 6.44 +.06 -0.7
NalionwD 19.73 +.11 +11.7
TxFrr 10.66 ... +18.0
Goldman Sachs A:
GdncA 24.62 +.15 +29.1
SmCapA 40.79 +.56 +520
Guardian Funds:
GBG IntA 12.94 +.15 +23.1
PailAA 30.47 +.13 -1.3
Harbor Funds:
Bond 11.84 ... +21.8
CapAplnst27.17- +.33 -3.9
nir 41.99 +.56 +56.7
Hartford Fds A:
AdvrsAp 1425 +.04 46+5.2
CpAppAp32.95 +.29 +26.6
DivlthAp1834 +.10 +16.7
SmlCoAp15.55 +.17 +15.2
Hartford HLS'IA.:
CapApp 51.52 +.46 +33.5
Div&Gr 20.20 +.11 +182
"Advisers 22.70 +.05 +5.5
Stock 44.64 +.14 -0.7
HolBalFdn1521 +.01 +5.3
ISI Funds:
NoAmrnp 7.44 +.01 +17.1
JPMorgan A Class:
CapGro 37.14 +.39 +12.4
Grolnc 32.14 +.14 +15.9
Janus:
Balanced 20.79 +.12 +14.3
Conamian12.68' +.01 +39.9
CoreEq 19.65 +.17 +13.0
Enterprn 362 8 +.38 +232
FedTEn 7.08 .. +14.6
Fncn 9.68 ... +20.9
Fundn 23.67 +.14 -1.5
GI UfeSdrn17.44 +22 4.3
Gried rn 10.01 +17 -15.1
Gdnc 3127 +29 +8.8
Merury 20.78 +.15 +2.1
MdCpVal 2129 +.12 +37.8
Olympusn27.39 +27 -0.4
Orion n 6.73 +.05 +12.7
Ovrseasr 23.73 +22 +25.7
ShTmBd :2.90 -.01 +8.9
Twenty 4138 +.59 +13.7
Venturn 55.71 +1.15 +31.5
WildWr 4023 +.34 -2.4
JennisonDryden A:
HIYidAp 5.87 ... +34.0
InsuredA 11.06 ... +16.5
UtLyA 11.50 +.12 +31.8
JenniaonDryden B:
GrowthB 12.47 +.15 -7.4
HIYIdBt 5.88 ... +32.1
InsuredB 11.08 +.01 +15.7
Jensen 23.91 +.02 +7.9
John Hancock A:
BondAp 15.35 ... +20.7
StpiAp 7.12 +.02 +352
John Hancock B:
SdncB .7.12 +.02 +3.2.4
Julius Baer Funds:
InlEqA 31.15 +.36 +61.4
IntEqlr 31.68 +36 +63.4
Legg Mason: Fd
OpporTrt 14.71 +.15 +50.5
, Splnvp 44.568 +.34 +49.4
ValTrp 61.97 +.57 +26.1
Legg Mason Instl:
VarTdnst 67.60 +.62 +30.0
Longleaf Partners:
Partners 30.64 +.07 +30.2
Inl 15.37 +.12 +31.6
SmCap 29.17 +.17 +51.6
Loomis Sayles:
LSBondl 13.74 +.03 +61.4
Lord Abbett A:
AfllAp .14.22 +.03 +15.6
BdDebAp 8.08 +.01 +27.4
GlIncAp 7.54 +.04 +40.1
M dCpAp 21.68 +.08 +38.8
MFS Funds A:
MITAp 16.92 +.13 +5.9
MIGAp 11.97 +.11 -3.8
EmGAp 30.84 +.38 -3,2
GrOpAp 8.59 +.06 +0.7
HilnAp 3.97 ... +33.7
MFLAp 10.23 +.01 +19.0
TotRAp 15.73 +.04 +21.7
ValueAp 22.68 +.11 +22.7
MFS Funds B:
MIGB 11.00 +.10 -5.7
GvScBt 9.72 ... +12.9
HilnBt 3.99 ... +31.1
MulnBt 8.70 +.01 +16.8
ToIRBt 15.73 +.04 +19.4
MainStay Funds B:
BIChGBp 9.15 +.07 -12.9
CapApBt 25.95 +.17 -13.7
CovASt 12.73 +.05 +13.6
Govtt 8.37 .. +11.5
HYIdBBt 6.46 ... +45.9
InlEqB 12.45 +.13 +45.9
ResVaBt 10.97 +.04 +0.7
SmCGBp 14.04 +28 +6.5
ToIRIt 1822 +.07 +1.3
Maire & Power:
Growlh 6828 + 359 .2.4
Managers Funds:
SpdcEqn 86.11 +1.00 +25.4
Marsico Funds:
Focusp 15.85 +16 +4165
Merrill Lynch A:
GIAIAp 16.19 +.10 +41.5
HealthAp 6.08 +.06 +52
NIMunBd 10.62 +.01 +16.6
Merrill Lynch B:
BalCapS 25.50 +.04 +9.1
BaVIBt 30.16 +.12 +162
BdHi1nc 5.30 +.01 -07.4
CahsMB 11.80 ... +15.8
CrBPtBt 11.81 ... +16.7
CplTBt 11.99 ... +17.4
Equiyiv 14.15 +10 +24.4
EuroBt 1428 +11 439.4
FocValt 12.16 +.07 +13.5
FndlGBt 1527 +.06 -7.6
FlMBt 10.40 +.01 +18.7
GlAIBt 15.88 +.09 +382
HealthBl 4.61 +05 +2.9
ldABt 22.72 +35 +84.3
1MnnBt 7.95 ... +16.7
StiTUSGt 926 ... +4.5
MuShifT 10.02 .. +4.4
MulnB1 10.68 ... +16.4
MNtlBI 10.58 ... +19.3
NJMB 10.61 +.01 +17.2
NYMBt 11.13 +.01 +14.7
NaIRsTBt3280 +.34 +78.6
PacBt 18.75 +.31 +435.1
PAMBt 11.39 +01 +17.7


ValueOppt23.42 +28 +16.8
..USGvMIgt10.29 ... +12.3
U1cnmt 10.58 +.13 +21.4
WIdlnBt 6.54 +.04 +47.9
Merrill Lynch I:
BalCapi 226 +.05 +12.5
BaVil 30.82 +.12 +19.9
BdHilnc 5.29 +.01 +40.4
CalnsMB 11.80 +.01 +17.6
CrBPtlt 11.81 .. +19.4
CplTI 11.99 ... +19.2
DvCapp 16.87 +.17 +59.5
EquityDv 14.11 +.10 +28.2
Eurolt 16.70 +.13 +43.8
FocVall 13.30 +.08 +17.1
FLMI 10.40- +.01 +20.5
GIAlt 16.23 +.10 +42.6
Heallhl 6.59 +.07 +6.1
LatAI 203.77 +.38 +90.3
MnlnI 7.96 +.01 +19.4
MnShtT 10.02 ... +5.5
MulTm 10.68 .. +17.3
MNatl 10.59 +.01 +22.2
NalRsTrt 34.52 +.36 +84.2
Padl 20.37 +.33 +39.4
Vaiue0pp 25.97 +31 +20.5
USGvtMg 10.29 -.01 +14.9
UtlTIcmlt 10.60 +.12 +24.1
WidlncI 6.54 +.04 +51.4
Midas Funds:
MdasFd 2.01 +.02+101.0
Monetta Funds:
Monetan 10.01 +.10 +9.9
Morgan Stanley B:
AmOppB 21.96 +.18 -6.9
DivGtB 3818 +.19 +9.6
GbDivB 13.55 +.11 +27.6
GrthB 11.52 +.12 -8.6
Stal 17.37 46 +12.2
USGvtB 9.19 ... +15.5
MorganStanley Inst:
GIValEqAn17.36 +.12 +20.4
IntEqn 20.61 +25 +56.0
Munder Funds: ,
NetNetAp 17.37 +.40 -2.0
Mutual Series:
BeacnZ 15.59 +.02 +29.6'
DiscZ 23.65 +.10 +38.9
QuatldZ 19.04 +.04 +30.0
SharesZ 22.56 +.03 +26.8
Nations Funds Inv B:
FocEqBt 16.76, +.17 +14.1
MarsGrBt 16.14 +.12 +17.0
Nations Funds Pri A:
InVIPrAn 22.31 +26 +54.7
Neuberger&Berm Inv:
Focus 35.75 +.61 +1.0
Inrtr 18.33 +.16 +70.6
Neuberger&Berm Tr:
Genesis 4131 +.38 +47.3
Nicholas Applegate:
EngGroln 9.69 +.17 +3.1
Nicholas Group:
Iihn 59.60 +24 +13.8
Nchlnn 2.21 .,. +18.9
Northern Funds:
SmCpldn 9.72 +.16 +30.7
Technlyn 10.78 +.20 -12.6
Nuveen Cl R:
InMunR 11.07 +.01 +18.3
Oak Assoc Fds:
WhiteOkGn31.55 +.43 -18.3
Oakmark Funds I:
Eqtylncrn23.11 +.12+31.8
Gloaln 21.36 +.17 .60.9
Inllrn 20.85 +.16 +48.1
Oa]nokr A 0.68 +.02 +17.5
Selecrn 32.43 +.13 +20.9
One Group I:
Bonl In 10.95. ... +19.3
Oppenheimer A:
AMTFMu 9.99 +.01 +26.4
AMTFrNY 12.63 +.01 +19.1
CAMuriAp 11.07 +.01 +25.1
CapApAp 39.90 +24 +2.3
CaplncAp 12.36 +.03 +24.2
ChlncAp 9.64 ... +30.5
Discp 41.09 +.85 +6.2
EqtlyA 10.49 +.08 +13.8
GlobAp 57.80 .54 +27.8
GbOppA 31.09 +.18 +46.0
Goldp 17.77 +.15 +97.3
HiYdAp 9.70 .. +30.5
LTTmMu 15.48 ... +24.6
MnStFdA 34.33 +.16 +9.4
MIKdCapA 15.88 +.20 +7.2
PAMuriAp12.42 +.03 +30.9
SbinAp 4.30 ... +37.7
USGvp 9.75 -.01 +17.4
Oppenheimer B:
AMTFMu 9.95 ... +23.5
AMTFiNY 12.63 ... +16.3
CplncBt 12.23 +.03 +21.1
ChlncBt 9.63 ... +27.7
EqutyB 10.16 +.08 +10.8
HIYidBt 9.55 ... +27.5
MnStFdB 33.36 +.16 +.8
StdncBt 4.32 +.01 +34.9
Oppenhelm Quest:
QBalA 17.55 +.16 +13.4
QBalB 17.33 +.15 +10.9
Oppenheimer Rochi
RoMuAp 17.86 +.01 +22.4
PBHG Funds:
SelGrwtin20.44 +23 -12.2
PIMCO Admin PIMS:
TotRAd 10.67 ... +20.5
PIMCO Instl PIMS:
AlAsset 12.65 +.03 NS
ComodRR 15.06 ... NS
HiYId 9.90 +.01 +32.9
LowDu 10.17 -.01 +12.5
RealRInl 11.41 +.01 +37.5
TotRt 10.67 ... +21.5
PIMCO Funds A:
ReaalsA 25.03 +21 +27.5
RealRtAp 11.41 +.01 +35.7
TotRtA 10.67 ... +19.8
PIMCO Funds C:
Gw1hCt 17.04 +.11 -7.7
TargtCt 15.22 +.18 +5.0
TolRtCI 10.67 ... +17.1
Phoenix Funds:
BalanA 14.72 +.03 +12.4
StrAlAp 15.53 +.03 +12.9
Phoenix-Aberdeen:
InlA 9.95 +.10 +33.7
WidOpp 8.30 +.06 +21.4
Phoenix-Engemann:
CapGrA 14.41 +.06 -5.4
Pioneer Funds A:
BalanAp 9.57 ... +65
BondAp 9.39 ... +24.9
EqlncAp 28.11 +.19 +18.1
EuropA p 29.73 +.36 +29.4
GrwlhAp 11.75 +.07 -12.1
HiYIdAp 11.42 +.02 +35.4
IntlValA 17.19 +23 +29.9
MdCpGrA 14.38 +.10 +3.1
MdCVAp 24.06 +.19 +428
PionFdAp40.74 +25 +8.5
TxFreAp 11.69 ... +17.6
ValueAp 1731 +.08 +15.6
Pioneer Funds B:
HiYbBt 11.47 +.02 +32.4
MdCpVB 21.61 +.17 +39.1
Pioneer Funds C:
HiYIdCl 11.57 +.02 +2.3
Price Funds:
Balancon 19.39 +.08 +21.4
BCOipn 29.74 +.18 +5.4
CABondn 11.13 ... +17.4
CapAppn 19.12 +.10 +41.7
DivGron 2228 +.08 +11.9
Eqfncn 25.91 +.14 +232
Eqlndexn31.56 +.15 +482
Eutropen 19.39 +.18 +31.4
FUnimn 11.03 ... +142
GNMAn 9.67 ... +15.5
Growthn 25.72 +.14 +10.0
Gr&lInn 21.75 +.11 +6.6
HlhSidn 2.17 +37 +16.4
HjBldn 7.14 .01 .7.6
FoLEqn 15.07 +.18 +25.9
MBondn 10.53 .10 +63.08
IntCisn 32.59 +.35 +77.3
In-Slin 12.8 +.15 +24.1
Japann 8.44 +.13 +50.2
LatAin 15.61 +25 +73.4
MDShin 5.18 ... +5.8
MDBondnl.81 ... +17.8
SidCapn 47.76 +.61 +27.4
MCapValn22.01 +.15 +468
NAmern 31.71 +24 +6.6
N Asian 9.89 +. +56 .5
New Era n33.42 +21 .+65.7
NHodzn 282 +.41 +30.9
Nlcnn 9.12 ... +18.8
NYBondn 11.45 +.01 +185
PSIncn 14.63 +.04 +24.8
Reastn 1654 ... +60.8
SoTecn 17.91 +25 -13.0
SltBdn 4.74 -.01 +10.5
SnCpStln30.38 +.41 +30.5
SmCapn 34.44 +.42 .S1.0
SpecGrn 16.36 +.13 +23.2
Speconn 12.00 +.02- +2.1
TFlncn 10.09 ... +18.8


TxFrHn 11.85 +.01 +21.6
TFInimn 11.31 ... +14.6
TxFrSIn 5.42 ... +9.6
USTIntn 5.45 ... +15.7
USTLgn 11.99 ... +25.7
VABondln 11.80 +.01 +19.3
Valuen 22.27 +.12 +22.2
Putnam Funds A:
AmGvAp 9.06 -.01 +12.6
AZTE 9.36 ... +16.6
CIscEqAp 12.41 +.06 +8.0
Convp 17.18 +.08 +36.2
DiscGr 16.48 +16 -1.7
DvdnAp 1029 +.01 +37.8
EuEq 20.46 +.16 +28.0
FLTxA 932 +.01 +16.0
GeoAp 17.80 +.04 +15.80
GIGvAp 13.09 +.07 +46.7
GIrEqtyp 823 +.07 +18.1
GrinAp 18.87 +07 +12.2
HIMAp 57.53 +.42 +1.0
HIYdAp 8.16 ... +38.4
HYAdAp 6.14 ... +38.6
IncmAp 6.85 -.01 +18.0
IntlEqp 23.15 +27 +25.5
IntGdnp 11.63 +.13 +45.0
InvAp 12.25 +.09 +9.0
MITxp 9.09 +.01 +15.1
MNTxp 9.11 ... +17.3
MunlAp 8.79 +.01 +16.1
NJTxAp 927 ... +15.8
NwOpAp 39.92 +.34 -0.2
OTCAp 7.02 +.08 -4.1
PATE 9.20 ... +17.7
TxExAp 8.91 +.01 +17.5
TFInAp 15.17 ... +17.6
TFHYA 12.87 +.01 +17.1
USGvAp 13.26 -.01 +13.0
UMIAp, 10.12 +.10 +18.0
VstaAp 9.14 +.11 +9.1
VoyAp 15.88 +.12 -6.9
Putnam Funds B:
CapAprt 17.13 +.17 4+.9
CiscEqBt 12.30 +.05 4+5.6
DiscGr 15.29 +15 -3.8
DvrnBt 1021 +.01 +34.4
EqInct 16.86 +.06 +17.7
EuEq 19.78 +.16 +25.1
FLTxBt 9.32 +.01 +13.8
GeoBt 17.62 +.04 +12.4
GIIncBt 13.05 +.07 +43.5
GibEqt 7.53 +.07 +15.5
GINtst 22.88 +.16 +53.2
GdnBt 18.59 +.07 +9.6
HhBt 52.60 +.38 -12
HiYIdBt 8.12 ... +35.1
HYAdBt 6.06 ... +35.0
IncmBI 6.81 ... +15.5
IntGdnt 11.44 +.12 +41.5
InM o pt 10.80 +.14 +30.1
InvBt 1127 +.08 +6.6
MuniBt 8.78 ... +13.9
NJTxBt 9.27 +.01 +13.7
NwOpBt 36.05 +.1. -2.4
NwValp 17.09 +.09 +22.4
NYTxBt 8.84 +.01 +14.7
OTCBt 6.23 +.07 -6.3
TxExBt 8.91 ... +152
TFHYBt 12.89 +.01 +15.0
TFInBt 15.19 ... +15.3
USGvBt 13.19 -.01 +10.5
UtilBt 10.06 +.10 +15.3
VistaBI 8.01 +.09 +6.5
VoyBt 13,09 +.10 -9.0
Putnam Funds M:
Dvrlncp 10.20 +.01 +36.5
RS Funds:
RSVauGr 16.0 +.16 +16.6
Royce Funds:
LwPrSkr 14.63 +23 +30.5
MlcoCapl 15.16 +.20 .46.4
Premed r 14.65 +.17 +56.3
TotRetlr 11.90 +.11 +45.6
Rydex Advisor:
OTCn 9.80 +.12 -8.5
SEI Portfolios:
CoreFxAn 10.58 +.01 +20.3
InOEqAn 10.79 +.13 +32.5
LgCGmoAn17.70 +.09 -6.6
LgCVaiAn20.87 +.10 +20.0
ST1 Classic:
CpAppp 11.806 +.02 -6.9
CpAppAp 11.80 +.02 -6.7
TxSnGrTp23.98 +.12 -1.4
TxSnGrLtl22.52 +.11 -4.5
VIInSkA 1227 +.05 +172
Salomon Brothers:
BalancBp 12.72 +.01 +16.1
Opport 45.54 +.17 +11.8
Schwab Funds:
1000lnvrn33.49 +.17 +10.0
S&Plnvn 18.06 +.09 +8.1
S&P Seln18.12 +.09 +8.7
YIdPoSI 9.69 ... +8.3
Scudder Funds A:
DrHIRA 41.88 +20 +16.9
FgComAp 16.55 +.13 -4.7
USGovA 8.63 -.01 +14.1
Scudder Funds S:
BalanS 17.19 +.08 +4.7
Emoitn 10.80 +.02 +64.5
Emrnf r 17.34 +.16 +73.3
GbBdSr 10.39 +.03 +32.5
GbIcs 34.24 +.35 +49.5
GlobalS 26.07 +.23 +27.6
Gomk&Prc 1628 +.11+164.3
GrEuGr 26.67 +23 +24.5
GrolncS 2126 +.12 +5.5
HiYloTx 12.83 +.01 +20.7
IncomeS 13.01 ... +19.1
IntTffxArMT 11.46 ... +14.8
IntlFdS 43.14 +.45 +26.5
LgCoGro 22.87 +.17 -8.8
LaAw 3129 +.54 +65.6
Mgdro S9.23 +.01 +17.9
MATFS 14.68 +.01 +18.3
.PacOppsr 13.14 +.14 +44.6
ShIfTmBdS 10.16 -.01 +8.9
SmCoVpSr20.56 +.37 +49.2
Selected Funds:
AnShSp 36.40 +.11 +22.6
Sellgman Group:
FionrAt 12.87 +.25 +13,6
FronrDt 11.39 +.22 +11.0
GbSmA 15.04 +.15 +30.9
GbTchA -11.86 +.15 -9.0
HYdBAnp 3.47 ... +22.0
Sentinel Group:
ComSAp 28.76 +.18 +16.4
Sequoia n153.68 +.18+19.1
Sit Funds:
LrgCpGr 32.74 +.30 -1.3
Smith Barney A:
AgGrAp 92.04 +.86 +3.4
ApprAp 14.41 +.05 +13.2
FdValAp 14.47 +.10 +7.3
HilncAtx 7.00 -.0 -.4 +33.8
InAICGAp13.40 +.19 +18.5
LgpGAp 20.91 +.17 +5.3
Smith Barney B&P:
FVaBt 13.66 +.10 +4.8
LgCpGBt 19.79 +.16 +3.0
St plnctxr15.94 ... +25.1
Smith Barney 1:
DvStl 17.09 +.07 -6.2
Gricl 14.85 +.06 +.1
St FarmAssoc:
Gwlh 47.43 +22 +14.0
State Str Resrch A:
AumroraA 3831 +54 +31.9
HilncAp 3.55 +.81 +342
L IgcyAp 12.95 +.09 +5.7
MCpGrAp 86.4 +.06 +113
State Str Resrch B:
Hinc 3.51 ... +53.7
Strategic Partners:
Eqo yA 14.70 +.10 +7.8
Stratton Funds:
Dividend 34.19 +.16 +59.0
Growth 39.03 +.41 +42.8
SmCap 38.46 +.50 +65.3
Strong Funds:
Cils 21.03 .19 .+20.4
Gscov 20.40 +24 +33.3
Grwtlnv 18.35 +29 +45
LgCapGr 21.05 +22 -8.2
Opplybrq 44.76 +23 +152
UItlBd 9.19 ... +548
SunAmerica Funds:
USGE.t 9.49 -.02 +16.6
SunAmerica Focus:
FIglpAp 16.91 +.19 +7.1
TCW Galileo Fds:
SeEqty 18.16 +33 +9.5
TO Waterhouse Fds:
Dow30n 1053 +.04 +125
TIAA-CREF Funds:
BlPlus 1037 ... +20.0
Eqlndex 820 +.05 +11.9
Galnc 1123 +.06 +3.6
GmEq 8.75 +.06 -7.8
I-YIdBd 9.45 ... .329
lEq 10.47 +.13 +43.1
MgdAh 10.91 +.05 +18.0
SltTrBd 10.54 -.01 +13.1
SocChEq 8.88 +.80 +13.0
TxExBd 10.97 ... +20.8


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STBndn 10.11 ...+112
TotBndn 1028 -.01+172
ToUlnIn 12.33 +.14 +46.4
TotS n 27.79 +.18 +142
Value n 20.79 +.08 +19.3
Vanguard Instl Fds:
hsldxn 107.33 +52 +92
Rn 10724 +53 +92 Tkr Name Last C
TBItn 1028 -.01 +17.6 FAX AbdAsPac .50
TShInstn 27.80 +.18 +142 +.06
Vantagepolnt Fds: AAc Abeaucb n .62
Growth 7.97 +.06 -2.9 4
AE A? mPtsc U19.60
Waddell & Reed Adv: +.72AE AdRc u9
CoreInvA 551 +.03 +15 AMW AWiSarn d.47
Wasatch: .01
SmCpGr 37.72 +54 +20.1 AIS AntaresPn l.12
Weltz Funds: .11
ParVal 2323 +.05 +15.7 AGT ApoGloGg .66
Value 3659 +06 +192
Wells Fargo Insth: AVRO Av8t 14
Index 47.06 +23 +.8.6 5
W+0 BemaGold 2.85
Western Asset: +.3
CorePts .10.6 +27.4 = BioteclT 144.40
Core 11.47 ... +22.9 +1.,o
William Blair N: BTX Biotine 1.30
GrowtN 1021 +.06 -3.9 .04
Yacktman Funds: CBJ Camniorg 2.60
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EntSmCp 32.49 +.45 +47.9
Value 44.52 +23 +20.6 4-
Templeton Instit:
ForEqS 19.88 +.17 +47.4
Third Avenue Fds:
REstVIr 26.28 +.02 +763 -
Value 50.68 +.30 +48.3
ThriventFds A: *
HIYId 5.22 ... +27.0
Incom 8.2 ... +18.1
LgCpSk 24.87 .+.11 -0.4 1 a ,m
TAIDEX A: O P
FdTEAp 11.90 ... +18.0

GCGobp 23.90 +.17 -3.7
TRCHYBp 9.32 +.01 +24.6
TAFbxnp 9.64 ... +20.9 M Q" 4
Turner Funds: _^ ,, ^
SmlCpGrn22.76 +.49 +17.9
Tweedy Browne: = M
GlobVal 23.50 +.08 +33.1
US Global Investors:
AllAmn 23.12 +.22 +0.4 d
GbRs 10.46 +.12+209.2 + 16-.
GkShr 7.77 +.14+146.5
USChlna 6.44 +.07 +54.8 _ _
WIdPcMn 15.53 +.30+201.5
USAA Group:
AgvGt 27.89 +24 +2.1 --
CABd 11.30 ,,. +192
CmsSr 7 26.07 +.15 +255
GNMA 9.82 .. +15.0 *
GrTxStr 14.29 +.07 +12.8
Grwth 13.18 +.13 -7.01
Gr&lnc 17.85 +.08 +10.8 oup :
IncSIk 16.20 +.10 +11.5
Inco 12.47 ... +18.8
IntI 21.37 +26 +42.8
NYBd 12.10 +.01 +20.0 _
PrecMM 14.59 +.14+125.5
SciTech 8.91- +15 -7.3
ShtTBnd 8.94 ... +5.7
SmCpSk 13.03 +.17 +30.6
TxEt 13.38 ... +17.4
TxELT 14.24 +.01 +23.4 Jan 2
TxESh 10.75 ... +9.0
VABd 11.80 ... +20.0
WIdGr 1751 +.16 +27.1 Dow Jones
Letn 24.18 +30-11.7 industrial
Van Kamp Funds A:
CATFAp 19.03 +.01 +18.3
cmstAp 17.93 +.09 +20.6 Nasdaq
CpdAp 6.77 ... +19.1 composite
EGAp 36.73 +36 -10.7 1
EqlncAp 8.45 +.04 +23.7
Exh 337.72 +.47 -3.7 Standard &
GrnAp 19.63 +.11 +22.1 Poor's 500
HarbAp 14.53 +.06 +155 OOr
HiYIdA 3.71 .. +24.1
HYMIuAp 10.76 .. +225
InTFAp 19.04 +.01 +18.9 RUSSell
MunlA'p 14.89 +.01 +18.9 2000
PATFAp 17.55 +.01 +17.1
StMuninc 13.18 ... +19.8
US MtgeA 13.94 -.01 +13.5 NYSI
UtlAp 16.63 +.16 +18.0 o I o 1
Van Kamp Funds B:" A vanced:
CnstBt 17.93 +.09 +17.8 Ad a cd
EGBI 31.53, +.31 -12.7
EnterpBt 10.6 +.06 -122 Declined
EqlncBlt 8.32 +.03 +20.9'9 ,- -.'"no ..",!.
.HYMuBt 10.76 ... +19.7 Unchanged:
MulB 14.7 +.01 +16.3 Volume
PATFB 17.50 +.01 +14.5 Volume
StMunInc 13.17 ... +17.1 -S
USMtge 13.89 -.01 +10.9 N isaSd
MiB 16.61 +.16 +15.3
Vanguard Admi ral: Advanced:
500Admln10824 +.53 +9.0
GNMAAdn 1.47 -.01 +172 Declined:
HMOCrn- 51.99 +.41 +21.3 -
LUdTrAdn 10.87 ... +9.6
PniCaprn61.27 +.40 +19.0 Volume:
STsyAdnln1.46 ... +11.8
STGrAdn O10.6 ... +11.8
TSkadm n27.79 +.17 +14.4
Welndi n512.2 +.19 +23.0
Windsorn 58.95 +.38 +18.7
WdrAdn513.37 +.31 +27.7 .
Vanguard Fds: N
AssetAn 23.91 +.10 +16.2
CALTn 11.87 +.01 +18.9
CapOppn28.74 +24 +23.5 :+1
Convrtn 12.92 +.08 +27.4
DIvdGron 11.81. +.0610.1
Energyn 40.57 +.42 +88.9 i
Eqlncn 22.6 +.12 +18.0 7 v 4
ExprAn 71.24 +1.06 +21.7
FLLTn 11.92 ... +20.7 ":t
GNMAn 10.47 -.01 +16.9
Grolncn 29.87 +.17 +112
GrahEqn 9.17 +.10 -2.5
HYCoLpn 6.38 .., +27.4
HhCr n12323 +.97 +21.0
InflaPron 12.51 +.01 +35.3
nF_.plrn 16.41 +21 +81.3
InsGrn 18.41 +20 +32.7
InaIn 30.34 ... +1534 +472
mGracdenlO.06 ... +22.3
MuTsryn 11.25 ... +0.9
eCon 15.05 +.04.. +17.9
UfeGron 19.51 +.11 +20.0

LTIGraden19.68 +.01 +1.7
FLTsen 11.8 +.01 +129.9
Morgn 215.654 +.14 +10.45
MuHYrn 10.88 +.01 +19.4
eMulnsLgn 12.8 +.01 +20.0
MuFnT 13.59 .2. +15.0 ffi
nMuLdn 10.87 ..1 +19.4
Wulongn 0.27 +.01 +19.5 7
MuStrtn 15.61 .. +5.812
NJLTn 1212 ... +18.8 MM WH.H, B
NYLTn 11.574 +.01 +20.3
OHLTTEnl2.31 ... +202.3
PALTn 11.6 ... +19.7

Prncprn 59.07 +.39 +18.5
SelValurn17.46 +.09 +46.8
STARn 15.415 +.10 +22.4
STIGralde nl0.53 .. +1 41.67
STFedn 1059 -.01 +1128
SMroFqn 20.44 +25 +45.3
USGron 15.46 +.11 -14.3
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John Bentley, 70
CRYSTAL RIVER
John H. Bentley, 70, Crystal
River, died Monday, Jan. 24,
2005, in Crystal River.
He was born May 14,1934, in
Corning, N.Y, to Victor R. and
Louise M. Bentley and moved
to the Citrus County area in
2002 from St Petersburg.
Mr. Bentley was a cook in the
restaurant business for many
years.
Survivors include his sons,
John H. Bentley In and Robert
N. Bentley, both of Horse-
heads, N.Y.; brother, Frank
Bentley of Lakeland; sisters,
Ruth Pierce of Elmira, N.Y,
Nora Bixby and Lola Byam,
both of Greene, N.Y; stepchil-
dren,. Frank Zuke, Mary Zuke
and Michael Zuke all of
Elmira, N.Y; and his stepfa-
ther, Noble "Slim" Merrill of
Inverness.
Heinz Funeral Home &
Cremation, Inverness.

Jonathan
Beverlee, 82
DUNNELLON
Jonathan Beverlee, 82,
Dunnellon, died Monday, Jan.
24, 2005, in Ocala.
Born Nov. 14, 1922, in
,Passaic, N.J., to John and Anna
'(Derkacs) Bivaletz, he moved to
this area from Garfield, N.J., in
1985.
Mr. Beverlee was employed
;as a welder in the manufactur-
:ing industry and was artistic
,with woodworking and paint-
:ing and won many awards for
:his creativity.
Survivors include his wife of
:30 years, Veronica Beverlee, of
:Dunnellon; two sons, Robert
:Bivaletz and wife, Ginny, of
:Olga, Wash., and Ronald
.Chesinski and wife, Andrea,,of
:Little Egg Harbor, N.J.; daugh-
:ter, Deborah Whited of Santa
;Cruz, Calif.; sister, Dorothy
.Winans of Deerfield Beach;
,and a grandson, Travis
:Chesinski.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral
*Home, Inverness.

Mary Harvey, 69
COCOA
Mary Roberta Harvey, 69,
-died Monday, Jan. 24, 2005, at
*home under the care of her
;family and hospice.
:She was born Oct 25,1935, to
'Harry and Kate Crocker.
SMrs. -Harvey was a real
:estate agent in and around
:Citrus County.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 50 years, John; one son,


Chuck; two daughters, Jaunee
and Kathy; a brother, James
Crocker; four grandchildren,
Barry and wife, Heather, Brian
Alan, Sean and Kelly; and one
great-grandchild, Orin
Alexander.
In lieu of flowers, the family
suggests those wishing to make
memorial contributions can do
so to Hospice or the Public
library system.
Arrangements entrusted to
East Coast Cremation,
Rockledge, (321) 632-1350.

Allen
Humphrey Jr., 80
HOMOSASSA
Allen R. Humphrey Jr., 80,
Homosassa, died Wednesday,
Jan. 26, 2005, at Citrus
Memorial Hos-
pital.
Born March
15, 1924, in
Windsor, Vt, to
Allen R. Sr.
and Mary E. (Morse)
Humphrey, he moved to this
area from Clearwater in 1992.
Mr. Humphrey was a military
veteran, having served during
World War II in the U.S. Marine
Corps, during the Korean and
Vietnam Wars in the Army,
retiring with the rank of chief
warrant officer.
He was Protestant.
Survivors include his wife of
52 years, Helen Humphrey;
two sons, Allen R. Humphrey
III of Tarpon Springs and
Michael B. Humphrey of
Woonsocket, R.I.; two daugh-
ters, Joanne Geoghegan of New
Port Richey and Charlene
Hutchinson of Crystal River;
one sister,, Shirley Rice of
Windsor, Vt.; and several
grandchildren.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral
Home with Crematory,
Inverness.

Bronislaw
Jaksina, 81
FLORAL CITY
Bronislaw C. Jaksina, 81,
Floral City, died Tuesday, Jan.
25, 2005, at home under the
care of his wife
and Hospice of
Citrus County.
Born Jan. 11,
1924, in New
Brittan, Conn.,
to Kostanty and Lucy Jaksina,
he moved here from
Burlington, Conn., in 1987.
Mr. Jaksina was a retired
assembler for General Electric
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He was a member of the
China-Burma-India Veterans
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He was preceded in death by
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years, Concetta.
Survivors include his wife,
Ann Jaksina, of Floral City; one
son, Denis Jaksin, of
Newington, Conn.; and six
grandchildren, Jennifer,
Stephanie and Jeffrey, all of
Newington, Conn., Eric, Jordon
and Brianna, all of Ridgewood,
N.J.
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Ethel Jones, 94
FLORAL CITY

Ethel V Jones, 94, Floral City,
died Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2005, at
Avante' at Inverness.
She was born Dec. 13, 1910,
in Galax, Va., to Lemual Oatty
Taylor and Polly Ann Tilson
Taylor. She moved from
Inverness to Floral City 10
years ago.
She was a retired knitter in
the hosiery industry.
She was Methodist
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Harold Jones;
son, Fred Jr.; son, Harry
Bishop; daughter, Dorothy M.
Smith; and one grandson.
Survivors include three
daughters, Betty Bowling and
husband, Charles, of Inverness,
Helen Reynolds and husband,
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CITRUS COUNTY
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW BOARD
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 03,2005 at 9:00 AM
Lecanto Government Building
3600 West Sovereign Path
Room 166
Lecanto, Florida 34461


WALTER PRUSS, CHAIR JOHN BARD,1 ST VICE CHAIR
MILES BLODGETT, 2ND VICE CHAIR DWIGHT HOOPER
RAYMOND HUGHES JAMES KELLNER
MARION KNUDSEN
ZANA ENNIS (ALTERNATE) DAVID LANGER (ALTERNATE)
A. CALL TO ORDER
B. INVOCATION
C. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
D. APPROVAL OF MINUTES January 13 and January20, 2005
E. APPLICATIONS
ATLAS AMENDMENT (AA) LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE
1. AA-05-01 Citrus County Community Development for Crystal River Plaza
REQUEST: To amend the land use designation from Mixed Use/Planned Development Overlay
(MXU/PDO) to General Commercial/Planned Development Overlay (GNC/PDO) on the Citrus County Land
Development Code Atlas.
LOCATION: Section 34. Township 18 South. Range 17 East. more specifically, Parcel 34000-OOAO, which
property is located at 304 N. Suncoast Blvd., Crystal River, FL.
STAFF CONTACT: Joanna Coutu, AICP; Senior Planner
2. AA-05-02 Romeo Taschereau
REQUEST: To amend the land use designation from PDR, Planned Development Residential District
(Expired PD) to PDR, Planned Development Residential District on the Citrus County Land Development
Code Atlas.
LOCATION: Section 3. Township 19 South. Range 19 East, more specifically, a portion of Parcel 12100,
which property is located at 438 N. Croft Avenue, Inverness, FL.
STAFF CONTACT: Margaret A. Beake, AIA, AICP; Senior Planner
PLAT VACATION (PV) LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE
PV-04-05 James Neal for Sylvan Hills Corporation
REQUEST AND LOCATION: To vacate a portion of the plat of Citrus Springs Unit 24, Plat Book 7, Pages
134-146, Public Records of Citrus County, Florida.
STAFF CONTACT: Joanna Coutu, AICP; Senior Planner
PUBLIC WORKSHOP COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS/ATLAS AMENDMENTS (CPA/AA) 2005
SMALL SCALE SECOND CYCLE
1. CPA/AA-05-05 Pete Thibado of Thibado and Associates for Theresa Bemzott
REQUEST: To amend the land use designation from CLR, Coastal and Lakes Residential District on the
Land Development Code (LDC) Atlas and from CL, Low Intensity Coastal and Lakes District on the
Generalized Future Land Use Map (GFLUM) to CLC, Coastal and Lakes Commercial District on both the
LDC Atlas and the GFLUM, to allow for the continuation of an existing commercial operation as a Beauty
Salon and Massage Business.
LOCATION: Section 33. Township 18 South. Range 17 East, more specifically, Parcel "B" of Parcel
43340, further known as 9990 W. Fort Island Trail (CR-44).
STAFF CONTACT: Margaret Beake, AIA, AICP; Senior Planner
2. CPA/AA-05-06 Stephen W. Dziedziech
REQUEST: To amend the land use designation from LDR, Low Density Residential District on the Land
Development Code (LDC) Atlas and on the Generalized Future Land Use Map (GFLUM) to GNC, General
Commercial District, on both the LDC Atlas and GFLUM to allow for a mini storage facility.
LOCATION. Section 18. Township 19 South. Range 18 East, more specifically, a portion of Parcel 1A000-
0020, Crystal Acres Unrecorded, which property is located at 5468 West Homosassa Trail (CR-490), or a
portion of Parcel 1A000-0020, Crystal Acres Unrecorded Subdivision Lot 2, in the SW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of
Section 18, Township 19 South, Range 18 East, lying near the northeast of the intersection of CR-490 and
Rock Crusher Road. The site is located about 3.5 miles east of US-19.
STAFF CONTACT: lan McDonald, AICP; Senior Planner
3. CPA/AA-05-07 Tom A. Radloff
REQUEST: To amend the land use designation from CLR, Coastal and Lakes Residential District on the
Land Development Code (LDC) Atlas and from CL, Low Intensity Coastal and Lakes District on the
Generalized Future Land Use Map (GFLUM) to CLC, Coastal and Lakes Commercial District on both the
LDC Atlas and the GFLUM.
LOCATION: Section 29. Township 19 South. Range 17 East, more specifically, Lot 2, Block 63,
Homosassa Company Subdivision, which property is located approximately 300 feet to the east of the
intersection of W. Fishbowl Drive and W. Yulee Drive, with frontage on both roads.

STAFF CONTACT: Margaret Beake, AIA, AICP; Senior Planner
4. CPA/AA-05-08 Paul Furman of McKean & Associates for Craig K. Collins
REQUEST: To amend the land use designation from MDR, Medium Density Residential District on the
Generalized Future Land Use Map (GFLUM) to GNC, General Commercial District on both the Land
Development Code Atlas and on the GFLUM, to allow for the expansion of an existing Plant Nursery.
LOCATION. Section 2. Township 19 South. Range 18 East, more specifically, Parcels 1A340-0011,
1A340-002, 1A340-0030, 1A391, and portions of Parcels 1A360-0010 and 1A370-0010, Citrus County, FL
STAFF CONTACT: Ian McDonald, AICP; Senior Planner
5. CPA/AA-05-09 Wayne Walker of Crystal Engineering for Angle Camahan of Carnahan Supply
Company, Inc.
REQUEST: To amend the land use designation from MDR*, Medium Density Residential District, allowing
for mobile homes on the Land Development Code (LDC) Atlas and from MDR, Medium Density Residential
District on the Generalized Future Land'Use Map (GFLUM) to GNC, General Commercial District on both
the LDC Atlas and on the GFLUM, to allow for a Commercial Supply Company.
LOCATION. Section 2. Township 19 South. Range 18 East, more specifically, a portion of Parcel 1A350.

STAFF CONTACT: lan McDonald, AICP; Senior Planner
PUBLIC HEARING COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS/ATLAS AMENDMENTS (CPA/AA) 2005
LARGE SCALE FIRST CYCLE

1. CPA/AA-05-01 Department of Development Services for Citrus County Resource Center/VA Clinic
REQUEST: To amend the land use designation from Residential Mixed Use (RMU) to Public, Semi-public
Institutional (PSI) on the Generalized Future Land Use Map and from Planned Development Residential
(PDR) to PSI on the Land Development Code Atlas.
LOCATION: Section 15. Township 18 South. Range 18 East, more specifically, Parcel 32210, which
property is known as 2804 West Marc Knighton Court., Lecanto, Florida.
STAFF CONTACT: Sue Farnsworth, Environmental Planner
2. CPA/AA-05-02 Department of Development Services for Buckhorn Property Holdings
REQUEST: To amend the land use designation from Residential Mixed Use (RMU) to Medium Density
Residential (MDR) on the Generalized Future Land Use Map and from Planned Development Residential
(PDR) to MDR on the Land Development Code Atlas.
LOCATION: Section 24. Township 18 South. Range 18 East. more specifically, Tract 2 and a portion of
Tract 1 of LR-02-37, located on West Norvell Bryant Highway, Citrus County, Florida.
STAFF CONTACT: Sue Farnsworth, Environmental Planner

PUBLIC HEARING COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS/ORDINANCE AMENDMENTS (CPA/OA) -
2005 LARGE SCALE FIRST CYCLE
CPA/OA-05-01 Department of Development Services Suncoast Parkway 2 Interchange Develop-
ment Standards
REQUEST: Text amendment to add language to establish interchange development standards to both the
Comprehensive Plan and the Land Development Code for the proposed Suncoast 2 Parkway

STAFF CONTACT: Jenette B. Collins, AICP; Principal Planner
PUBLIC HEARING ORDINANCE AMENDMENTS (OA) LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE

OA-05-03 Leslie J. Githens
REQUEST: To amend Ordinance No. 90-14, of the Citrus County Land Development Code by providing for
revisions to eliminate the exemption provided for approved planned developments from tree preservation
and protection standards, and by providing for codification, severability and an effective date.

STAFF CONTACT: Sue Famrnsworth, Environmental Planner
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Robert, of Ocean Springs,
Miss., and Linda Burke and
husband, Mark, of Floral City;
one son, William L. Bishop and
wife, Norma, of Monroe, N.C.;
two daughters-in-law, Saunook
,Bishop of Sweetwater, Tenn.,
,and Violet Bishop of Floral
'City; 23 grandchildren; 18
:great-grandchildren; and five
:great-great-grandehildren.
Wilder Funeral Home,
Homosassa Springs.

Harold 'Mac'
McCarty, 81.
HOMOSASSA
Harold E. "Mac" McCarty, 81,
Sugarmill Woods, Homosassa,
died Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2005, at
;Citrus Mem-
'orial Hospital,
Inverness,
after a short
illness.
He was born
!Dec. 12, 1923, in Huntington, W
iVa., to Bernard and Willma
i(Callahan) McCarty.
I A Marine Corps veteran of
!World War II, he graduated
with a master's degree in edu-
Ication from Marshall
!University, Huntington, W Va.,
!and was a high school teacher,
administrator and sports coach
in Cabell County, W Va., for 30
years.
;He was a singer and song-
writer and formed a group
called So-So, which performed
:at many nursing homes in the

He was a member of the
Homosassa Flotilla of the U.S.
Coast Guard Auxiliary, a life
member of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars and an Elks Club
member for 31 years.
He was an avid golfer and
coached many young men,
;including some who went on to
become professional golfers.
'He was a member of the Men's
Golf Association at Sugarmill
Woods.
' Three brothers and an infant
;daughter preceded him in
death.
Survivors include his wife of
;58 years, Maggie McCarty, of
Homosassa, and a daughter,
iLeslee McCarty of Beard, W. Va.
'Widell "' Fuineral mIe"
Homlsassa Sprilgs. ,', '

Charles
Moran, 86
INVERNESS
Retired Air Force Col.
:Charles King Moran, U.SA.F
,(Ret), 86, Inverness, died
Tuesday,' Jan.
25, 2005, at
home under
me care of his
family and
hospice.
A native of Salado, Texas, he
was born Sept 19, 1918, to Guy
iG. and Lalon (Holt) Moran and
!came to this area in 1974.
He was slated to go to the
University of Texas School of
Law when the World War II
military draft was instituted.
,He. answered the call of his
country and soon became a
,pilot and navigator in the U.S.
,Army Air Corps., From 1941
until 1944, he flew a Pioneer
jBomber, often with zero visibil-
ity, having been fired upon 77
times by enemy aircraft as well
las by innumerable surface-to-
air weapons on land and sea.
He learned to love his military
way of life and never returned
to finish his law degree, retir-
ing from the U.S. Air Force
with the rank of colonel after
more than 30 years of service,
having served his country with
dedication, loyalty and perse-
verance.
He was a member of the
Citrus Masonic Lodge 118,
Ocala Scottish Rite, Egypt
Shrine Temple and served as
president and a member of the
Inverness Kiwanis Club and
president of the Citrus County
Retired Officers Association.
SHe was Protestant
He was preceded in death by
his daughter, Penny Sweeney,
Oct 19, 1990; and an infant son,
TI'imothy, in 1948.
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Moran and wife, Janice. of
Houston, Texas; one brother,
Guy G. Moran of San Antonio,
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Denton, Texas, Christine
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Vera Bruns of Littleton, Colo.,
and Faye Fortenberry of
Gonzales, Texas; nine grand-
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Thomas
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CRYSTAL RIVER
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pice.
Born Jan. 22, 1924, in Buffalo,
N.Y, to Thomas and Gladys
(Brann) Phillips, he came here
30 years ago from Alden, N.Y.
Mr. Phillips was a retired
truck driver and mechanic and
he was a World War II U.S.
Army veteran serving in north-
ern Africa and
Italy and
recipient of
the Bronze
Star and the
Purple Heart.
He was active in the
American Legion organization
and was a member of the
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the Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post 8189 of Homosassa
He was Protestant
In addition to his parents he
was preceded in death by his
daughter, Sandra Kribe; and
sisters, Margie Phillips, Ginny
Phillips and Pauline Roll.
Survivors include his wife,
Elsie, of Crystal River; sons,
Thomas of Silver Creek, N.Y,
George and wife, Lois, of


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Jean, Richard and wife, Donna,
all of New York, and Michael of
Texas; sisters, Mallie Gay of
Virginia, Louise Outten and
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S "No matter how many
communes anybody invents,
the family always creeps back."
Margaret Mead


CASE-BY-CASE


Treatment must


be provided to


legitimately needy


Mental health drugs are
tools that, can be well
used or ill used.
Concerns raised in a Florida
Department of Children &
Families study suggesting that
foster children are being wrong-
fully drugged into submission
and compliance must be investi-
gated.
Authorities must prevent such
abuse while ensuring that those
with legitimate
needs are provided TH 1
prescribed medica- THE I
tions. Mental he
Children who for foster
have been taken
from their families OUR 01
and put into the Up to
care of strangers to preve
suffer trauma.
These children are
likely to become depressed and
despondent They may as easily
become angry and act out their
anger in violent or disruptive
behavior. Sometimes their
behavior can lead .them into the
arms of the law and into the
juvenile justice system.
Psychiatrists often prescribe
mental health drugs to stabilize
such children to keep them in
school and out of jail. These
drugs ire expensive, especially
the newer and more effective
drugs.
The state, already looking at
restricting these drugs to
Medicare patients, would like to
be relieved of that financial bur-
den by citing their abuse on fos-
ter children. Instead of cutting
them out of their treatment pro-
grams, the state has to-do a bet-
ter job of guaranteeing that
these drugs are not being used
for the wrong purposes.
Foster children aren't the only
population in our society suffer-

Festival timing Co
Having the Manatee
Festival two weeks after
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sense. My wife and I saw
several items we wanted to
buy, but did not have the
money. Two to three weeks
before Christmas would be
great.


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Disability hoops uo'
I was'just calling out of,
I guess, frustration. My husband
and I have been trying for disability
insurance, which is moryjy that we
have put in while we'worked. My
husband has muscular dystrophy
and it's been (more than) four years
that they are sending us through
their little hoops. But all of a sud-
,den they can spend (more than)
$40 million on an inaugural ball?
I'm just curious: Who's in charge of
the money things? If anybody could
tell me, I'd appreciate it.
Needles stolen
A message to the lady who came
to my garage sale Wednesday, Jan.
12, and stole a 13-piece set of knit-
ting needles in a beautiful case: I
think I know who you were. Please
ive a sizable donation to a.church
or charity to ease any guilt you
should have.
Meaning of charges
I wish the police department
would speak English when they
make their police reports in the
paper. Would someone please
explain what it means when they
say "writ of bodily attachment"?


ing depression, anxiety and a
veritable Pandora's box of other
mental problems.
Many adults and children
today use anti-depressant drugs
to help them deal with their
moods and mental disturbances.
Florida Partners in Crisis, a
consortium of law enforcement
and citizen activists that suc-
cessfully pushed for a revision of
the state's Baker Act law last
year, is asking law-
I E makers this year to
SSUE: allocate $92.6 mil-
Balth drugs lion to meet mental
r children, health and sub-
stance abuse needs
PINION: statewide. Partners
'state in Crisis maintains
nt abuse. that more than
63,000 adults with
serious, persistent
mental illnesses and more than
38,000 children with serious
emotional disturbances aren't
getting the mental health treat-
ment they need.
This is certainly true in Citrus
County as any juvenile or circuit
court judge will tell you.
An analysis conducted by
Florida Department of Children
& Families has questioned the
appropriateness of prescribing
mental health drugs for foster
children who may be being over-
drugged to ensure compliance
and better behavior.
The use of psychotropic med-
ications prescribed to foster
children in Florida has been a
source of controversy for several
years.
The state has to take owner-
ship of this problem to ensure
that these children are helped
and not harmed by ensuring the
effective use of mental health
drugs and preventing their
abuse.

People would like to know
what that means.
Editor's note: A writ of
bodily attachment means
"bring the body to the
judge," and is like a bench
warrant. The writ can be
issued for an unpaid fine or
unpaid child support. The
person is sentenced to six
0579 months in jail, with a
S7 "purge," meaning the per-
son gets out of jail if some-
one pays the amount of money owed.
If no one pays, in six months the
authorities can do it all over again.,
Bigger worries .
Today is Thursday, Jan. 13, and
I'm-reading the article about
"Hourly gauge." We have hundreds
of thousands of people being killed
in various countries and hundreds
of people being killed in our coun-
try and this guy is worrying about
whether 12 a.m. or 12 p.m. is right?
Why don't you get a life?
Getting to truth
This is about the blue ribbon
investigation of the Homosassa
school project. I disagree with
school committeewoman (Pat)
Deutschman and Superintendent
(Sam) Himmel. There is no and I
repeat no communication prob-
lem between the blue ribbon com-
mittee and the school district.
Whining bores make a profoundly
loud noise. The blue ribbon commit-
tee is trying to get to the truth, and
the school district is determined not
to let them. The whole thing is a
joke. Wake up, Citrus County taxpay-
ers. It's your money.


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CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE
EDITORIAL BOARD
Gerry Mulligan ..........................publisher
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Founded in 1891
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Scrubby 'canopy'
This is in response to the Jan. 6
article, "Man takes developer to task
for trees." I agree with Les Githens
that Steve Tamposi is doing a great
job.
Everything else Githens complains
about is wrong. The trees being
cleared in Terra Vista are not "speci-
men trees." They are scrub and pines
that could be tinder for a brush fire.
Additionally, Tamposi is planting
new trees, and the area is beautiful.
There is a large park with walking
trails.
Githens claims he walked his dog
under a "canopy of trees." Pines and
scrub do not form a canopy. He does-
n't have an inalienable right to keep
the developer from creating homes
for people so he can walk his dog.
Jim Mills
Hernando

Soviet spin-off
This letter is to awaken the
American people about communist
policies. Most people regard Com-
munism as dead. Communism is alive
throughout the world. Communist ter-
rorism is now the weapon of the


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mation was gleaned from "Treason,"
a book by Ann Coulter.
Whittaker Chambers was a fervent
communist until he became disillu-
sioned by Stalin's purges, and
resigned from the Communist party.
Chambers concluded that:


Editor
"Communism would triumph because
conservatives could never match the
Communist's intensity of faith." The
only hope, he said, was for the free
world to discover a power of faith,at
the same intensity.
Ronald Reagan saidOfthe Soviet
Union: "The only morality they recog-
nize is what will further.their cause,
meaning they reserve to themselves
the right to commit any crime, to lie
and to cheat" He also said: "The
Soviets don't subscribe to our sense of
morality; they don't believe in an
afterlife; they don't believe in a God
or religion. And the only morality they
recognize, therefore, is what will
advance the cause of socialism."
Does this prophecy ring true today, "
with policies by the atheist, the liber-
al, the socialist and the Democrat?
Think what they have accomplished
by banning school prayer, advocating
homosexual marriages and the lack
morality. Soviet communism couldn't
do it, but they are being promulgated
by these groups today.
'All that is needed for evil to tri-
umph is for good men (and women)
do nothing."
Don Canha
Citrus Sprin

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Homosassa.
Harold E. "Mac" McCarty.
Memorial services for Harold
E. "Mac" McCarty, 81,
Sugarmill Woods, Homosassa,
will be conducted at 4 p.m.
Monday, Jan. 31, 2005, at First
United Methodist Church,
Bradshaw Drive, in
Homosassa. The family sug-
gests that in lieu of flowers,
contributions may be made to
*the Humane Society of
Pocahontas County, PO. Box 8,
Hillsboro, WV 24946.


DEATHS
Continued from Page 9A
Bushnell with military honors
from the Sumter County Honor
Guard. There will be no calling
hours at the funeral home.
Bronislaw C. Jaksina.
Graveside military honors will
be given at 2:30 p.m. Friday,
Jan. 28, 2005, at the Florida
National Cemetery in
Bushnell. Private cremation
took place under the direction
of Brown Funeral Home and
Crematory, Crystal River.
Ethel V. Jones. Funeral serv-
ices for Ethel V Jones, 94,
Floral City, will be at 10:30 a.m.
Saturday, Jan. 29, 2005, at
Wilder Funeral Home,
Homosassa Springs, with
Pastor Clarence Helms offici-
ating. Family will receive
friends at 9:30 a.m. until serv-
ice time. Interment will be in
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Sports BRIEFS
Pirates weightlifting
beats Hurricanes
In the final dual meet before
sectional qualifying, the Crystal
River girls weightlifting team
beat Citrus 57-27 at Crystal
River on Wednesday.
The Pirates improved to 8-0
on the season.
Both teams
compete in _
sectional
qualifying at
Belleview at 10
a.m. on Saturday.
Crystal River won seven of
the 10 weight classes on'
Wednesday. Winners included
Rachel Moore (101-pound
class, 145 combined-pounds lift-
ed), Rachael Reed (129, 255),
Ashley Bullion (154, 260), Sara
Dampman (169, 285), Quincy
Wilson (183, 300), Kari
Standford (199, 260) and
Brenna Driver (unlimited, 375).
Citrus' winners included Kate
Ericson (110, 225), Jennifer
Wilbum (119, 225) and
Chaquilla Grice (139, 260).
Tigers lose season
finale at Fort White
FORT WHITE The
Dunnellon boys soccer team
concluded the regular season
with a 6-2 loss at Fort White on
Wednesday night.
' Senior midfielder Michael
Lawrence and sophomore for-
ward Juan Chicas each had one
goal and one assist for the
Tigers (6-11-1).
Dunnellon begins district play
against Newberry at 6 p.m.
Wednesday at Newberry.

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Citrus stuns Springs


Win advances
Hurricanes to
regional tourney
KNUONG PHAN
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Chronicle
It truly was a team effort for
the Citrus girls soccer team
Wednesday night
Coming off a hard-fought
win over Crystal River on
Tuesday night in the opening
round of the 4A District 9
tournament Tuesday, first-
year Hurricanes coach
Charlie Gatto was forced to
unload his bench against top-
seeded Springstead.
Citrus' deep bench paid off,
as the Hurricanes upset the
Eagles 3-1, earning a place in
Friday's championship game
against thihd-seeded,.Central.
"My biggest concern was
last night's game," Gatto said.
"We got beat up against
Crystal River. That was a
solid 80 minutes of play.
When the seeds came out, we
knew that there was a good
chance we would play back-
to-back games. We started
'' conditioning early with that
in my mind. The conditioning
paid off."
Powering fourth-seeded
Citrus (7-7-5) to the improba
ble win was junior Kayla
Nelson, who netted two goals.
With nine minutes left to
play and the game tied 1-1,
Nelson trapped a Jillian Gray
throw-in at the top of
Springstead's 18-yard box and
unloaded a shot toward the
top of the net. Eagles backup


BRIAN LaPETER Gnronicie
Citrus freshman midfielder Kelsey Keating traps the ball amongst. Springstead's Ashley Johns,
left, and Angela Passafaro in the Hurricanes' 3-1 4A-District 9 semifinal win Wednesday night.


goalkeeper Jennifer
Defrancesco stretched sky-
ward to stop the ball, but it
went through her hands and
into the back of the net for the
Citrus lead.
"I decided to just take a
whack at it;' Nelson said. "If
it goes over, it goes over. I was


so shocked when it went in. It
went right through the
goalie's hands."
Nelson scored the insur-
ance goal four minutes later,
after Defrancesco misplayed
Citrus forward Kaela
Fitzpatrick's. cross attempt 10
yards in front of the goal.


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Nelson hurdled Defrancesco
and buried the loose ball into
the back of the net for the 3-1
lead.
Nelson's play on the final
goal was indicative of Citrus'
night The Hurricanes were
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Christensen
stands tall in
goalfor 'Canes
T he ball rolled under
Ashley Christensen's
grasp and Springstead
freshman forward Taylor
McKinney was there to send
it into the back of the net
The play had started like
any other, with a centering
pass that appeared like it
would be picked off by the
aggressive Citrus goaltender.
But when it rolled under her
gloves, the hearts of the
Hurricanes sunk
You couldn't help but feel
for Christensen, who had
dominated under fire for
most of the night before
falling victim to one defen-
sive lapse.
In 160 minutes of district
tournament action,
Christensen had been a
fortress in front of the Citrus
net But her lone hiccup -
the second blemish on an
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