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Title: Citrus County chronicle
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Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
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Publication Date: February 11, 2005
Copyright Date: 2006
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Trial set to decide convict's future


MATTHEW BECK/Chronicle
Bruce Allen Young listens to his public defender Elizabeth Osmond on Thursday morning during a brief break In court proceedings. Young Is In the midst of a
pre-trial hearing that deals with the Jimmy Ryce Act. The purpose of the act Is to evaluate If a sexual predator Is rehabilitated well enough to enter main-
stream socIety after his or her sentence Is complete. Jury selection Is scheduled to begin Feb. 22.

Jury selection to begin Feb. 22 in commitment trial of rapist under Jimmy Ryce Act


DAVE PIEKLIK
dpieklik@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
It will be up to a jury to decide if a
former Citrus Memorial Hospital
nurse and convicted rapist still
poses a threat to the community,
requiring commitment to a secure
mental health facility.
Bruce Alan Young, 56, will be tried
Feb. 23 through a civil commitment
trial to determine if he should be
involuntarily confined to a secure
facility and undergo sex offender
treatment He finished serving a 10-
year sentence Feb. 1 for molesting or


raping seven sedated women in the
hospital's recovery wing. However,
before his release, the state peti-
tioned to keep him confined under
the Jimmy Ryce Act, which allows
violent sexual offenders with mental
abnormalities to be indefinitely
committed to secure facilities to
receive treatment
The law, which took effect in 1999,
is named for a South Florida boy
who was kidnapped, raped and mur-
dered Sept 11, 1995, by a convicted
sex offender with a mental disorder.
Young will remain at the Florida
Civil Commitment Facility in
Arcadia until trial.


At Thursday's probable cause
hearing before Circuit Court Judge
Stephen Spivey, the state brought in
witnesses to provide testimony indi-
cating he should remain confined.
Dr. Karen Parker, a forensic psychol-
ogist and sex offender expert in
charge of makifig pre-release evalu-
ations, said Young shows signs of
"predatory behavior" because he
took advantage of female patients
under anesthesia who were recover-
ing from surgeries.
She also described his compulsion
for the type of activity because of his
repeated offenses.
"It shows what a menace to the


community he may be," she said.
Parker said Young suffered from
mental abnormalities that included
sexually deviant behavior involving
nonconsensual sex.
Though she said she was initially.
impressed with his demeanor, which
she described as "intelligent" and
"articulate," Parker said he was still
in denial that what he had done was
wrong, and therefore, she felt fur-
ther treatment was necessary.
Carolyn Hart, a CMH Residential
Nurse assistant, talked about an
October 1994 incident when she
Please see TRIAL/Page 4A


Boyer's


attorney


blasts


council

JIM HUNTER
jhunter@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
The attorney for the Crystal
River city manager fired a shot
across the City
Council's bow this
week
Palm Harbor At-
torney David J.
Linesch refuted the
grounds for a vote
to terminate her,
calling them .false
and contrived, and Susan
he charged the City Boyer
Council clearly Crystal River
breached her con- city manager.
tract and violated
her civil rights. 0 For the list
The council of charigs
voted 3-2 to fire PAGE 4A'
City Manager Su- I
san Boyer with
cause on Jan. 24,
but quickly found U WHAT:
itself afoul Crystal
Boyer's due pro- River City
cess as specified Coumeeting.
in her contract. meetg.
The majority 0 WHEN: 7
vote, led by p.m.
Councilwoman Monday.
Susan Kirk, then N WHERE:
specified the Crystal
grounds for ter- River City
mination, and the Hall, 123
Council set a N.W. U.S.
hearing for Feb. 19.
15 where Boyer R HEARING:
could respond. The hear-
Linesch sent ing for
Boyer's itemized Boyer is
response to the set for 6
grounds to the p.m. Tues-.
council Feb. 9, day, but
stating, "... any the city's
suggestion that labor
the city has attorney
grounds to termi- said the
nate Ms. Boyer city might
for cause is false have to
and unsupported postpone
by the factual it.
record."
Linesch charged the "contrived.
nature" of the allegations was
underscored by Kirk's attempt to
Please see COUNCIL/Page 4A


Committee cannot find paper trail leading to rebar


Construction questions remain a puzzle

for Homosassa Elementary School


CRUSTY LoFTIS
tloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
The Blue Ribbon Committee mem-
bers have concluded they will not be
able to find the steel intended for
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Homosassa Elementary School.
"We're wasting our time on it,"
Chairman Donald Macdonald said,
"and we're on a wild goose chase."
The committee met Wednesday in
the cafeteria at Homosassa
Elementary School to continue com-


piling a report of their findings for the
Citrus County School Board.
Last summer, the school's media
center and library were found to have
significant construction flaws that
stem from a masonry subcontractor
who built walls that missed large
amounts of steel reinforcement rods
and cement grout
Committee member Karen Gaffnhey
said the group is wasting its efforts to
continue searching for records that


lead to the steel.
"We're going to include the issue in
the report and move on," Gaffney
said. "We can't really go much far-
ther."
One recommendation the commit-
tee will include in its final report will
be the district hire an auditor to do an
in-depth study of the entire project,
Macdonald said.
"We need an auditor who has some
authority to do something,"


Macdonald said.
Committee members experienced
difficulty with research because they
couldn't get all the records necessary.
"The problem is the paper trail of
purchase orders," Macdonald said.
The school district's purchase
order for the steel gave few details
and referred to R.E. Graham
Contracting Inc.'s purchase order a
Please see REBAR/Page 5A


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Movies ...... .. 9C
Comics ......... 9C
Crossword . . . 8C
Editorial . . 10A
Horoscope .. .... 9C
Obituaries ....... 6A
Stocks .. ...... 8A
'Four Sections


Beatles: Now, then and again


Regional
roundup
The Lecanto
High School
boys soccer
team is put to
the test
Thursday dur-
ing the region-
al tourna-
ment./1B


A Beatles tribute band will perform on the
grounds of a local restaurant this Sunday
in commemoration of the 41st anniversary
of Beatlemania./1C


Who'll get the
Grammys?
The Grammys
are back
Sunday with
a number
of exciting
contests, led
by rapper
Kanye West
against ,,.
himself./2A


North Korea:
We've got nukes
* North Korea
boasts publicly
about its nuclear
weapons./12A
* EDC schedules
strategic planning
session./3A
* Stocks take turn
for better./9A
* World War I
veteran dies./6A


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Sex offender sent to hospital


Prosecutor prai

'right decision
DAVE PIEKLIK
dpieklik@chronicleonline.c
Chronicle
In the first trial of its kind in
County, a six-member jury fou:
victed sex offender Donal
Campbell to be a sexually
predator who should be comm
a secure mental health facil
receive treatment for more t
years of sex crimes.
The four men, two women ju
less than an hour to decide Ca:
43, Inverness, still posed a high
society and that more treatme


necessary before he's released. served a three-year sentence for the
es Prosecutor Lori Lockshin said January 2001 attempted kidnapping of
while the case was not a happy situa- an Inverness teen at his home.
tion for anybody, it was the He was to serve seven years
right decision. ., L of sex offender probation that
"This takes away his oppor- would impose a curfew,
tunity to offend in the commu- require him to undergo treat-
:om nity, and conversely, gives him ment and prohibit him from
the opportunity to get the treat- living near schools, parks and
ment in a setting where he's other areas children live.
SCitrusnot tempted to offend in the The state petitioned for civil
nd con- community," she said. commitment under the '"Jimmy
Id Lee Defense attorney Elizabeth Ryce Act," a law that allows
violent Osmond argued the verdict Donald the involuntary civil commit-
itted to takes away his freedom and Campbell ment of violent sex offenders if
ity and that Campbell could have been jury said he they're evaluated to have a
than 20 taken care of in other ways. stillhposes mental abnormality that
"I would have preferred for high risk makes them a danger to the
iry took him to go home to his aunt and community.
mpbell, uncle," she said. "They were willing to Lockshin called several mental
risk to help him get his life back together." health experts to the stand during the
ent was The civil trial came after Campbell trial who testified Campbell suffered


from several "sexually deviant" disor-
ders including pedophilia, attrac-
tion to young men and children, and
exhibitionism.
Looking at his criminal past and
previous refusal for treatment, all
agreed it was "highly likely" he'd re-
offend.
"He's just not safe right now. He
needs to be confined to care, control
and treatment until he is deemed safe
...," she said.
Osmond argued a strong family sup-
port group that includes relatives who
wanted to care for him was going to
get him the help he needed."He's got
mental health issues," she said. "What
does that mean? He needs treatment.
What is he going to get on probation?
Treatment. What does he get if he
doesn't get treatment? Jail."


DAVE SIGLER/Chronicle
Citrus County Supervisors of Elections Susan Gill, left, and Hillsborough County Supervisor of
Elections Buddy Johnson, center, are joined Thursday by Marty Rogol from "Marketing
Concepts" at the Citrus County Courthouse In Inverness to talk to election workers about
ways to market and educate voters and candidates in upcoming elections. Election workers
attending the gathering are a part of the Get Out The Vote Committee.



New Inverness Council members


New action focus

forthcoming
CHERI HARRIS
charris@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Leaders of Citrus County's
Economic Development
Council plan to continue the
process started with an eco-
nomic study of Citrus County
and a daylong summit
in which participants
identified the commu-
nity's economic
strengths and weak-
nesses.
Board members on
Thursday voted unan-
imously to hire
Margaret Spontak of
the University of Br
Florida to serve as the Wat
facilitator for
a half-day EDC Ex
strategic EDC Ex
planning ses- Direct
sion.
Those who Wattle
participated
in the eco- results
nomic sum-
mit last strategic
month will be
among those session
invited to the
planning ses- used to (
sion. The
meeting is new act
planned for for the
April, but the
exact date
has not been
set.
EDC Executive Director
Brett Wattles said results of
the strategic planning session
will be used to develop a new
action plan for the EDC,
which will be included in the
group's agreement with the
Citrus County Commission.
Wattles said the EDC's cur-
rent contract will be up for
renewal Sept. 30.
EDC board member Bill
Sullivan reported that the
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to host a luncheon meeting
March 28, for representatives
from local banks.
The purpose of the meeting
will be to explain what the
Micro Loan program is.about.
"We're going to give them a
dog and pony show," Sullivan
joked.
The program provides loans
from $1,000 to $5,000 for small
businesses that would not
qualify for conventional
loans. The program is sup-
ported by contributions from
some local banks.
So far, 11 Micro
Loan recipients have
borrowed a total of
r. $27,500. Three loans
have been repaid.
Dave Hutchins,
chairman of the EDC's
special events com-
ett mittee, reported that
ties for the EDC's next
Industry Ap-
preciation
ecutive Week, he
would like to
r Brett find a way to
s said recognize the
businesses
of the that repre-
sent the types
planning of industries
the EDC is
will be working to
bring in and
develop a keep in the
community.
ion plan in general,
SEDC. those export
SE sector busi-
nesses pro-
vide either
goods or serv-
ices marketed outside the
community.
EDC administrative assis-
tant Lisa Dwyer will begin
reviewing county occupation-
al licenses to identify those
types of businesses.
Wattles said they could be
difficult to contact, because
they often keep a low profile.
"They're in there focused
on doing their business," he
said, "and they really don't get
out that much."


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Refuge counts 272
manatees in survey
The Crystal River National
Wildlife Refuge counted 272
manatees Wednesday during a
winter aerial survey.
Twenty-seven of the manad-
tees counted were calves. -'
The survey stretched from't ie
Cross Florida Barge Canal, riear
Inglis, to the Homosassa Riv'er.
This includes Crystal River,
Kings Bay, Salt River,
Homosassa River and Blue -
Waters.
The wildliferefuge surveys.,:
manatees every other week d4tr-
ing Nov. 15 to.March 31. .,,
Student arrested
at middle school
An 11-year-old boy was
arrested Thursday at Crystal--'
River Middle School on batters
charges.
According to a Citrus Courty
Sheriffs Office arrest report, the
boy was running through the:-,.
school's courtyard followed by-a
teacher. The boy continued into
a nearby hallway, yelling
obscenities and then pushed.the
teacher on her chest, according
to the report.
The boy was charged with-,.
battery on educational staff, -,
taken to the Citrus County
Detention Facility and later .
turned over to his parents. -'
Armed robbery
suspects nabbed
Two men were arrested "
Thursday afternoon after Crystal
River Police officers chased ,
them on Kings Bay Drive in
Crystal River. C,
The men are suspects in an.
armed robbery of a Dunnellopr
home earlier this week, accord-
ing to the Crystal River Police
Department.
Police Chief Steven Burch
said the arrests were made ii
connection with an alert from'
the Citrus County Sheriffs 1
Office.
CFCC balloon
fund-raiser canceled
Due to lack of financial sup-
port, the Balloon Classic hot ait
balloon event planned for May
13-15 has been canceled.
Toni Lilly, provost of Central
Florida Community College in
Lecanto, made the announce-
ment Thursday at the board
meeting of the Citrus County.
Economic Development
Council.
The event was planned as a
fund-raiser for the school.
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Inverness City Clerk Debbie Davis, right, swears In new City Council members Bill Sheen and
Sophia Diaz-Fonseca Wednesday afternoon at City Hall In Inverness.


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fire Boyer in a "surreptitious
and clearly unlawful fashion,"
it was not on the agenda an
attempt that he said was not
remediated by later trying to
give due process.
- In a not-so-veiled reference
to litigation, he concluded, "The
damages attendant to this
course of action are substantial
and include a diminishment in
Ms. Boyer's reputation and
future job opportunities as well
as undermining her continued
contractual term of office with
the city of Crystal River.".
Of the grounds for firing,
Linesch noted the declaration
of emergency by'county and
state at the time of alleged vio-
lations of city charter on
cleanup contracts by Boyer and
said the city's own attorney felt
Boyer had the authority to do
what needed to be done at the
Time.
, About Kirk's first charge,
ILinesch said' the Council had
,,waived bidding and had
E approved an initial amount in
,the knowledge that it was
unknownon how much would be
4'eeded.
l At each subsequent regular
councill meeting, the Council
:Zot an update on the storm
:recovery, he said. "The coun-
il's consistent direction was to
W o what needs to be done to
,lean up the city and praise was
given n for the expedient
progress s being made," he said.
Linesch said the $10,000 limit
-cited as being violated was not
applicable in the emergency sit-
-uation, and he noted that the
Council had voted an initial
$200,000 and then another
$300,000, which in themselves
constituted approvals of the
purchases.
In any case, Linesch said the
four checks cited in the grounds
for termination as violations
amounted to $208,032, which
was what he termed as "well
within the expenditures for an
emergency, knowing at that
time FEMA was going to reim-
burse the city approximately 95
percent or more of this cost"
He noted that FEMA (Federal
Emergency Management
Agency) has since said it is
reimbursing the city 100 per-
cent of the debris cleanup
expenses.
On another charge Kirk made
about getting signatures,
Linesch said, in the state of
emergency with immediate
needs to keep the city safe, it
was impossible to have the
mayor sign contracts and, in
fact, he does not sign all con-


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damages attendant
to this course
of action are
substantial.

David J. Linesch
attorney for Susan Boyer, in a state-
ment to Crystal River City Council.

tracts and receipts, and neither
does the city clerk attest to all
contracts and agreements the
city makes.
As to Kirk's claim that the
September cleanup work by
Waste Management was not
legal until November when the
company's contract began,
Linesch said the city attorney's
opinion was that the contract
was valid on Sept 20, which he
communicated to the city man-
ager.
There was a necessary transi-
tion period built into the con-
tract, Linesch said, adding that
FEMA had reviewed all con-
tracts and found them to be in
compliance with their regula-
tions.
As to a charge by Kirk there
was a check paid to an undis-
closed payee for unknown
amount, Linesch said neither
the city' finance director nor
Boyer had any idea what was
being referred to and that all
checks for that month were
accounted for.
Linesch reiterated Boyer's'
response to Kirk's claim Boyer '
violated the charter in not nam-
ing an acting city manager by
saying she had let the previous
city manager's choice of the
finance director continue and
later reaffirmed that in an
extended absence. No one had
before raised any objection, she
said.
Concerning Kirk's charge
that Boyer did not get the coun-
cil approve to name an acting
department head, Linesch said
the city attorney's legal opinion
was that such action did not
require council approval.
Regarding Kirk's charge that
Boyer did not forward to the
council a memo about budget-
ing that Farley sent to Boyer,
Linesch said as chief adminis-
trator Boyer had discretion on
such matters and chose not to
forward it, though it is on file
with other budget materials in
the city files. He said Boyer
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council members.
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* Violation of City of Crystal River Charter, Section 3.02, City
Council; Purchasing Policy, page 6; and Administrative
Ordinance 2-5, Purchasing of Goods and Service Policy; that
unauthorized expenditures were made over the limit set by
Council of ten thousand dollars ($10,000) for any purchase,
based upon:
* Oct. 25, 2004 check paid to Waste Management in the amount
of $26,325 for debris removal.
* Oct. 29, 2004 check paid to SMG in the amount of $44,847
for debris disposal.
* Oct. 29, 2004 check paid to Waste Management in the amount
of $74,010.
* Nov. 5, 2004 check paid to Waste Management in the amount
of $62,850 for hurricane clean-up.
* Violation of City of Crystal River Charter, Section 4.02, with
execution of the storm debris removal contract by the City
Manager instead of the Mayor and the contract not attested by
the City Clerk per Charter Section 5.05, and not signed by the
City Attorney. .
* Authorizing storm debris pick up without Council authorization,
a valid contract, or a competitive bid, based upon:
* Pick-up said to have begun Sept 17, 2004, Waste
Management sanitation contract was not signed until Nov. 4,
2004, to become effective Nov. 1, 2004, and Waste
Management performance bond not signed until Nov. 4, 2004.
* Storm debris contract with Waste Management signed Sept.
23, 2004, effective Sept. 25, 2004, with billing beginning on
Sept. 17, 2004.
* Council voted to approve Waste Management sanitation con
tract on Sept. 20, 2004, with an effective date of Nov. 1, 2004.
* Violation of City of Crystal River Charter, Section 1.05, Public
Emergencies, and Section 3.11(b), Emergency Appropriations,
in lack of immediate notification of Council in the event of
localized and temporary public emergencies, based upon:
* Sept. 19, 2004, check paid to undisclosed payee in an undis
closed amount for billing services but not brought to Council
until Nov. 16, 2004, Regular City Council meeting.
* Violation of City of Crystal River Charter, Section 5.02, Acting
City Manager, in that there is no letter from City Manager
Boyer on file with Council designating an Acting City Manager
accordingly.
* Violation of City of Crystal River Charter, Section 5.03, Powers
and Duties of the City Manager, subsections (a), (f), (i). (i), and
(m), based on the circumstances and incidents listed above.
Violation of City of Crystal River Charter, Section 5.03, Powers
and Duties of the City Manager, subsection (d), in that City
Manager Boyer appointed the City Planner as Acting Director
of Public Works without City Council approval.
Violation of City of Crystal River Charter, Section 5.07, City
Clerk, where City Manager Boyer has not relinquished docu-
ments to the City Clerk's office which are not available and
have been denied to the pubic, in regard to Police Chief
Farley's budget memorandum in the year 2003 addressed to
City Council, and a Feb. 23, 2003, memorandum from the City
Attorney to City Council which was referenced in the St. Peters-
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walked in on Young trying to
have sex with a sedated 16-
year-old patient
"Bruce was on top of the
stretcher, over the patient with
his pants down, in what
appeared to be an act of inter-
course," she said. "My mouth
dropped open and I turned
around and ran to get some-
one."
After a short recess follow-
ing Parker's testimony, defense
attorney Elizabeth Osmond
agreed to waive the remainder
of witness testimony, and
Spivey ruled the state had
shown probable cause that
Young was a sexually violent
predator who should be civilly
committed.
The judge instructed Young
that the hearing was just a
determination of probable
cause and not "a determina-
tion of guilt or innocence,"
indicating it would be up to the
jury to make a decision.
Osmond informed Spivey she
would be ready to start a trial
next week, but the judge
argued it wouldn't give her
enough time to properly repre-
sent Young.
Outside court, Osmond said
she cut the day's proceedings
short because "we're not going
to prevail in a probable cause
hearing." She indicated the
hearing was just a way of deter-
mining if a trial was the next
step. She admitted the process
gave her an idea what evi-


dence the state will be present-
ing in its case against Young.
Responding to questions
about the high publicity the
case received in the past,
Osmond indicated she'll be
seeking a change of venue
before the trial starts, saying
"I'm not at all sure he can get a
fair trial," before adding "I'm
not at all sure he can't"
Before the hearing conclud-
ed, Osmond submitted a
request for a larger potential
juror pool because of the extra
attention the case has generat-
ed.
Selection for the six-member
jury begins Feb. 22.
Though no victims testified
Thursday, prosecutors are
expected to call several to the
stand during the trial. There
were more than 100 women
who had come forward after
the first allegations against
Young became public.
In December 1995, Citrus
Memorial Hospital reached a
$5-million settlement with 40
women who said they had been
victimized by Young.
The case marks the third
Ryce case to go to trial in the
county since the law was enact-
ed. Earlier Thursday, a jury
ruled Donald Lee Campbell
was a sexually violent predator
and ordered him to civil com-
mitment, making it the first
case in the Fifth Judicial
Circuit to be decided by a jury.
The circuit covers five coun-
ties, including Citrus.
In 2002, convicted rapist
Roger Chapman agreed to let a
judge commit him to a facility
the day his trial was to begin.


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For the RECORD

Crystal River Police
Arrest
Victoria Edith Jones, 47, of
an unknown address, at 10 p.m.
Wednesday on a charge of grand
theft.
Her bond was set at $2,000.
Florida
Highway Patrol
Arrest
Allan Anthony Feliciano, 33,
3415 S. Highlands Ave., Inverness,
at 8:06 p.m. on charges of selling,
making, delivering or intending to
sell a controlled substance and pos-
session of a controlled substance.
His bond was set at $10,000.
Citrus County
Sheriff
Arrests
Lisa C. Padilla, 29, 7160 W.
Porpoise Drive, Homosassa, at
4:05 p.m. Wednesday on a charge
- of driving with a suspended/revoked
-license.
Her bond was set at $500.
William L. Martin Jr., 24, of
3949 N. Trail Drive, Dayton, Ohio,
Thursday on a charge of battery.
Bond was set at $500.
Kathryn Vanliew Roberts, 47,
3602 N. Holiday Drive, Crystal
River, at 2:21 a.m. Thursday on
charges of driving under the influ-
ence, possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana and refusing to
sign a traffic citation.
Her total bond was set at $1,250.
M Randy D. Wolensky, 42, of
3374 N. Honeylocust Drive, Beverly
Hills, at 5:52 a.m. Thursday on
charges of resisting/obstructing an
officer without violence and breach-
ing the peace.
Bond was set at $750.
Burglaries
A burglary to a conveyance
was reported at 4:37 p.m. Tuesday
at a business parking lot at the 1700
block of West Main Street,
Inverness. The burglary.occurred
at 4 p.m. Tuesday.
A burglary to a storage shed
was reported at 1:50 p.m. Wed-
nesday, between 11 p.m. Monday,
Jan. 31, and 1 p.m. Wednesday, at
the 10400 block of West Misty
Rose Street, Homosassa.
*A burglary was reported at 4:01
p.m. Wednesday, between 10 a.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 2, and noon
Thursday, Feb. 3, at a residence at
the 4000 block of North Mandrake
Point, Crystal River.
MA burglary was reported at 5:25
p.m. Wednesday, between'9 p.m.
Sunday and 5:25 p.m. Wednesday,
at a residence at the 4700 block of
North Elm Drive, Crystal River.
Thefts
An employee at CVS Phar-
macy Store No. 3171, West Main
Street, Inverness, reported at 10:48
,a.m. Wednesday several thefts,
,between Sunday, Jan. 23, and
Tuesday, Jan. 25, at the drugstore.
A theft was reported at 10:54
a.m. Wednesday, between noon
Saturday, Jan. 29, and 4 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 5, at a residence at
the 7100 block of West Autumn
Street, Homosassa.
An auto theft was reported at
12:44 p.m. Wednesday, between 3
a.m. and 7 a.m. Friday, Feb. 4, at
the 8200 block of East Starke
Lane, Floral City.
An employee at Joe's
Restaurant, West Main Street,
Inverness, reported at 1:13 p.m.
Wednesday a theft, between 12:30
p.m. and 1:10 p.m. Wednesday, at
the business.

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document they could not get,
Macdonald said.
The committee is charged
with investigating the Hom-
osassa construction debacle so
that they may make recom-
mendations to the school
board to prevent future build-
ing problems.


The most recent draft of the
report said the district should
change its policies and proce-
dures to prevent similar prob-
lems in the future.
'A multitude of factors, as
well as individuals, are to
'blame. Moreover, the fact that
'no other serious construction
problems have occurred else-
where in the school district, so
far as is known, is more a mat-
ter of luck than adequate over-
sight," the draft stated.
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SA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2005


A.L. 'Buddy'
Black Jr., 79
CRYSTAL RIVER
A.L. "Buddy" Black Jr, 79,
Crystal River, died Thursday,
Feb. 10, 2005, in Inverness at
the Hospice Unit of Citrus
Memorial Hospital.
He was born May 22, 1925, in
Doyle, Tenn.,
to Hugh and
Effie (Taylor)
Black and
moved to this
area 45 years
ago from
Harriman, Tenn.
Mr Black was a self-
employed mason in Citrus
County for many years.
He was a World War II veter-
an, serving in the U.S. Navy.
He was Protestant
Survivors include two sons,
David B. Black of Silver
Springs and Jeff D. Black of
Kingston, Tenn,; three broth-
ers, Donald R. Black and Billy
M. Black of Deerlodge, Tenn.,
and Bobby H. Black of Oliver
Springs, Tenn.; three sisters,
Patty DeBusk, Nancy Hughes
apd Betty Black, all of
Oleveland Tenn.; six grandchil-
dren; and two great-grandchil-
dren.


Strickland Funeral Home,
Crystal River
Gracle Hale, 71
HOMOSASSA
Gracie Lee Hale, 71,
Homosassa, died Wednesday,
Feb. 9,2005, at her home under
the care of her family and
Hospice of Citrus County.
Born July 22, 1933, in
Yankeetown to Ernest and
Alma (Berket) Green, she was a
lifelong resident of this area.
Mrs. Hale was'a homemaker
and a member of the Church of
God.
She loved to read and do
crossword puzzles.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 50-plus years, Charles
Hale of Homosassa; six sons,
Larry Hale of Riverview,
Timmy Hale and Charles Hale
Jr, both of Buras, La., Richard
Hale, Michael Hale and Robert
Hale, all of Homosassa; three
daughters, Patricia Henderson
of Homosassa, Deborah
Sutherland of Ruskin and
Kimberly Thornton of
Riverview; two brothers, Jack
Green of Homosassa and
Lester Green of Inglis; one sis-
ter, Mary Arthur of Old Town;
14 grandchildren; and 18 great-
grandchildren.


Strickland Funeral Home, Milam Funeral
Crystal River Gainesville.


Roger
Murgatroyd, 60
ALACHUA
Roger L. Murgatroyd, 60,
Alachua, died Tuesday, Feb. 8,
2005, at the North Florida
Regional Medical Center in
Gainesville.
Mr. Murgatroyd was born in
Zanesville, Ohio, and moved to
Alachua from Crystal River in
1998.
He was a supervisor with
Progress Energy, formerly
Florida Power Corp., at the
Crystal River Power Plant for
25 years.
He attended Ohio University
and was a deacon at University
Lutheran Church of
Gainesville; he was Catholic.
Survivors include his, wife,
Laura C. "Christy" Murgatroyd
of Alachua; daughters and
sons-in-law, Rebecca
Murgatroyd and Samuel J.
Borget of Gainesville and Amy
Murgatroyd and John Austin
Quina of Thomasville, Ga.; a
sister, Barbara M. Woodward of
Crooksville, Ohio; and four
grandchildren, Benjamin,
Seth, Gavin and Caroline.


Judy
McEnteggart,
CRYSTAL RIV
Judy D. McEntegga
Crystal River, died Th
Feb. 3, 2005, at the
Rivers Regional M1
Center in Crystal River
She was born Aug. 3(
in Duluth, Minn., to C
Sue and Robert Doyle
and she moved here 1
ago from Philadelphia,
She was a waitress
member of the Assen
God in Inverness.
Survivors include sev
dren, David Wayne Too
Anthony C. Milazzo, R(
Milazzo, Timothy D. I
Dalena M. Milazzo, Mel
Milazzo and Mary C. Mil
of Inverness; and a t
Robert D. Kerns of Fa
WVa.
Brown Funeral Hon
Crematory, Crystal Rive

Fred
Smith, 75
CRYSTAL RIV
Fred N. Smith, 75,


Home, River, died Wednesday, Feb. 9,
2005, at his home under the
care of his family and Hospice
of Citrus County.
, 43 Born March 14, 1929, to
ER Benon and
Thelma Smith,
art, 43, he moved here
.ursday, six years ago
Seven from his native
medical Pensacola.
Mr. Smith
0, 1961, retired from the U.S. Army and
,athern was a veteran of World War II.
Kerns He was Protestant
8 years Survivors include his wife,
Pa. Dorothy Fox-Smith of Crystal
and a River; two sons, Freddie and
nbly of Larry, both of Pensacola; four
grandchildren; and two great-
en chil- grandchildren.
thana, Brown Funeral Home and
obert J. Crematory, Crystal River
Milazzo, Click on http://www.chroni-
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r. A.L. "Buddy" Black Jr. A
funeral service for A.L.
"Buddy" Black Jr., 79, Crystal
River, will be at 2 p.m. Monday,
E R Feb. 14, 2005, from the
Strickland Funeral Home
Crystal Chapel in Crystal River with


the Rev. David Bradford of St
Timothy Lutheran Church offi-
ciating.
Friends may call at theS
funeral home from noon until
time of service.
Interment will follow at
Fountains Memorial Park
Cemetery in Homosassa.
Roger L Murgatroyd. A Mass
of Christian burial for Roger L.
Murgatroyd, 60, Alachua, for-
merly of Crystal River, will be
at 10:30 a.m. Friday, Feb. 11
(today), 2005, at St. Patrick
Catholic Church, Gainesville.
The family requests that in
lieu of flowers contributions
may be made to either Kindred
Spirits Trust, 820 McGuire
Ave., Tallahassee 32303 or
Gainesville Community Minis-
tries, 823 S.W. Fourth Ave.,
Gainesville, FL 32601.
Fred N. Smith. Memorial,
services for Fred. N. Smith, 75,
Crystal River, will be at 6 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 11 (today), 2005, at
the Bible Baptist Church in
Crystal River Private burial:
occurred at the Magnolia
Cemetery in Lecanto under the.
direction of Brown Funeral
Home and Crematory. In lieu of
flowers, donations may he
made to Hospice of Citrus
County.


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Special to the Chronicle
The board of directors and
management of 'Martin
Federal Credit Union will host
a building dedication and
luncheon at 10:30 a.m. today at
its Inverness branch, 715 West
Main St.
The building will be dedicat-
ed to former longtime employ-
ee and board member Sandra
"Sandy" B. Mayer
Mayer lost her battle with
colon cancer Oct. 20,2004. She
worked as branch manager of
the credit union's Inverness
office before retiring in 1998.
She then served on the board
of directors for almost six
years.
Members of the Martin
Federal Credit Union Board of
Directors, management staff,
Branch Manager Jim Ferrara
and branch staff will attend
the event, as will several of
Mayer's friends and family
members including her hus-
band, Dick Mayer.
The ceremony will begin
with an introduction by the
credit union President Bob
Beskovoyne, followed by the'
invocation by Doug Alexander
Board Chairman John
Upperco and secretary R.J.
"Buck" Raith will present a
bronze building dedication
plaque, etched with Mayer's

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The concert will feature
the 2004 Florida State
Showstopper Dance
Champion Team "ETC".,
as well as several 2005
competition dance
pieces including solos,
duets and trios.

Tickets may be
purchased at DancEtc. a
Academy of Dance Arts
at 609 SE US Highw
19 In Cryst
the door. Al seating is
reserved. For further
information, please call
DancEtc. at 795-3265


photo and a framed resolution,
both of which will be displayed
in the branch lobby.
Lunch will .be served to
attendees following the cere-
mony.
The National Credit Union
Administration (NCUA) char-


tered Martin Federal Credit
Union in June of 1978. The
credit union's administrative
offices are in Orlando.
Martin Federal Credit
Union now has almost 18,000
members and assets totaling
$119 million.


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Students pictured above are members of the Ji Compotittln
Tap Team performing their dance piece "2000 WAitts"
Front Row L to R: Claudia Maigne of Homosass.t. Bwioke
Perry of Floral City, Tiffany Trenary of Dunnollon
Back Row L to R: Hailey Amundson of Homosuo.sa. Lilliana
Hagerman of Beverly Hills, Jenna Como of Crystal River and
Hannah Amundson of Homosassa. Not pictured is Brittany
Young of Beverly Hills.


Obituaries


Credit union will dedicate


Inverness branch building


WEEKLY AQUATIC SPRAY SCHEDULE
FOR CITRUS COUNTY
Citrus County's Aquatic Services Division plans the following aquatic weed control
activities for the week beginning February 14,2005.
HERBICIDE TREATMENTS:
Floral City Pool Willows/Alligatorweed/Hydrilla/Pennywort/Saivinia
Sedges/Tussocks
Hernando Pool Nuphar/Grasses/Water Hyacinth/Lettuce/
Hydrilla/Willows/Tussocks/Sedges
Inverness Pool Fanwort/Coontail/Hydrilla/Frogs Bit/
Grasses/Tussocks/Sedges/WaterHyacinttf
Lettuce/Torpedograss/Cobomba/Nuphar
MECHANICAL HARVESTING:
Crystal River Lyngbya/E. Mifloil
Inverness Pool Tussocks/Coontail/Fanwort
Hernando Pool Tussocks
COOKIE lCUTER:
Hernando Pool Tussocks
All treatments are contingent upon weather conditions and water qualtllreated
areas will be identified with "Warning Signs" Indicating the date of treatment and the
necessary water use restrictions. For further information, please call 352-527-7620.
Citrus County
Division of Aquatic Services


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will present a high-energy, full-length dance concert,
"A Celebration of Dance" on Saturday, February 12 at 3:00 PM
at the Curtis Peterson Auditorium at Lecanto High School.


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Crooners elect leader


Valentines

ready for giving

Special to the Chronicle
A truly unique way to
express your love on St.
Valentine's Day is to send a
singing Valentine to your
sweetie.
The Citrus County Chapter
of the Barbershop Harmony
Society has formed musical
quartets to travel throughout
the county, conveying valentine
sentiments.
This year, the annual Singing
Valentine program is being


extended to Saturday, Feb. 12,
after 1 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 13,
and Valentine's Day. For a $35
donation, or slightly more for a
special delivery, a quartet will
appear in costume to sing two
love songs and deliver a flower
and a box of candy to someone
special.
Fran Donohoe, recently
elected president of the
Barbershoppers, said the pro-
gram has been .successful
across the country, and the
men really look forward to per-
forming this way each year.
Will Sill will take reserva-
tions for a quartet to visit your
Valentine. Reservations can be
made until noon today.
Call 341-0684 or 382-0057.


Special to the Chronicle
The Chorus of the Highlands, Citrus County's
Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society,
recently elected Fran Donohoe as president He
and a new slate of officers were installed at the
group's annual Christmas party at the Twisted
Oaks Golf Club in Beverly Hills.
Donohoe sang with a New Hampshire
Chapter for five years before moving to Florida.
His music experience includes 22 years in the
choir at St Theresa's Church in Rye, N.H., and
he sang in a rock 'n' roll quartet in New York He
plays piano, organ and keyboard.
Installed with Fran Donohoe were Bob
Spence, of Sugarmill Woods, outgoing presi-
dent, as chapter secretary; Bob MacNeille of
Brooksville as treasurer; Walt Ellinwood of


Awards


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youth


groups


Organizations

donate gifts

of technology

Special to the Chronicle

Recently, Keep Citrus
County Beautiful Inc. pre-
sented awards to youth
organizations active in the
County's recycling pro-
gram.
Boy Scout Troop 415
and the 4-H Clubs of
Citrus County were recog-
nized for their hard work
They have been busy
helping out at the Crystal
River and county fair-
grounds recycling drop-off
centers.
Each organization vol-
unteered its time.
Part of their tasks
involved keeping the des-
ignated areas clean, and
they coordinated service
to replace the recycling
containers as needed.
Keep Citrus County
Beautiful Inc. donated
computers to each organi-
zation.
This was done in recog-
nition of their special
service to the community.
Ocala Recycling also
participated.
The organization donat-
ed the operating system
software to go on the
computers.


Special to the Chronicle
"There is not enough room-
for them all." This is the com-
mon response to the public
from overworked and under-
funded rescue groups in the
area. Tuesday, Feb. 22, is
national USA Spay Day. Once
again, I appeal to the public to
have your pets spayed or
neutered.
For the cost of a carton of cig-
arettes, a cat or dog can be
altered at one of the area's low
cost spay and neuter programs
or clinics. Too many times the
public complains of barking
dogs or yowling cats in the
middle of the night, attempting
to do what comes naturally for
intact pets, or worry about
their pets straying off looking
for love.
Your pet would be much
safer and more content to stay
at home if you cared enough to
get it spay or neutered. You can
do your part this year by get-
ting your pets fixed to stem
overpopulation.
The old myth of letting a pet
have a litter before spaying is


Citrus Springs as vice president-program chair-
man; Ernie Dorrell of Sugarmill Woods as vice
president-music and performance; Ted Burgert
of Oak Ridge as vice president-marketing and
PR; and Art Lemieux of Inverness and Fred Sell
of Floral City as co-chairmen, chapter develop-
ment
Members of the board of directors are Will
Sill of Arbor Lakes, Tom Venable of Homosassa
and Bill Schuessler of Sugarmill Woods. Ray
Collins of Citrus Hills was installed as chorus
manager and alternate secretary.
The officers were seated one day after the
Barbershoppers' sell-out Christmas Concert
Dec. 12 at Curtis Peterson Auditorium. The
group has also booked the Curtis Peterson
Auditorium for its biggest event of the year, a
spring concert on March 26.


foolish. Who is going to give
those puppies a forever home?
The idea that my pet is a male
is wrong, too; having him
neutered
will keep
him from
wander-
fighting
Swit help
males.-
Spaying
and neu-
Susan Mann t e r i n g
will help
ANIMAL elimi
RESCUE n a t e
health
problems such as mammary or
testicular cancers. If you care
about companion animals,
please get them spayed or
neutered. Call 799-9990 in
Brooksville, 563-2370 in Crystal
River or 568-9994 in Lake
Panasoffkee.

Susan Mann writes about
animals. She can be reached
at Susan 13501@msn.com.


Donohoe voted new president ofBarbershoppers


DAV will have yard
sale in Inverness
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 70 Auxiliary
will have a yard sale from 8 a.m.
to noon Friday and Saturday at.
its building on North Paul Drive
in Inverness.
There will be a wide variety of
items for sale.


News NOTES

Seventh-day
Adventists to meet
Beginning at 9:10 a.m.
Saturday, there will be a song
service at the Inverness
Seventh-day Adventist church,
followed by the Sabbath School
program. Dewey Bidwell will
read a scripture.
Superintendent Jean Oliphant
will welcome parishioners.
Special music wil be by Adriana
Gonzales, after which Bill
Thomas will give a report on the
work in the mission field.
Oliphants' remarks and lesson
study titled "Passage to Calvary"
will end the early service.
Dick Pikes' prelude will signal
the start of the 11 a.m. service.
Pastor Hershel Mercers' ser-
mon is titled "Love's Plan."
There will be a vegetarian fel-
lowship luncheon in Mitchell Hall
at noon.
The evening Vesper service -
will begin at 5:45 p.m. and Bill
Hawkes is in charge.
The health food store will
open at 6:30 p.m. after the
Vesper service. It is also open
Wednesday from 9 a.m. to
noon and at 7 p.m.
The church is located 4 1/2
miles east of Inverness off S.R.
44 in Eden Gardens. Call 746-
3434 or leave a message at.
726-9311.
PTAs, PTSAs
focus on parents
On Feb. 26, the PTAs and
PTSAs of Citrus County are
sponsoring a free event for par-
ents and their families.
Join other parents from
around the county at Invemess
Primary for free workshops, free,
breakfast and free child care.
There will be two workshops,
one at 9 a.m. and one at 10:30
a.m.
Sign-ups are on a first-come
basis with pre-registered parents'
given priority. Call Lori Willette at
560-0288 or e-mail
ipspta@yahoo.com today.
Check-in runs from 7:45 to
8:45 a.m.
Pageant registration
deadline nearing
It's time to register for the chil-
dren's pageants at the 2005
Citrus County Fair.
The Citrus County Fair
Association will host the 2005
Children's Pageants on Sunday,
March 20, in the Citrus County
Auditorium, starting at 1 p.m.
with the Decorated Diaper
Contest for ages 6 months to 11
months; 2 p.m. with Beautiful
Baby Pageant, which includes
ages 1 to 5; 3 p.m. the Little
Miss/Mister Pageant, ages 5 to ,
8; and will conclude at 4 p.m.
with the Pre-Teen Pageant,
ages 9 to 13.
Contestants must be resi-
dents of Citrus County.
There is a $25 entry fee and
pre-registration is required. All
contestants are awarded prizes.
Applications must be in the
fair office or postmarked by Feb.,
18. Applications are available at
all Chamber of Commerce
offices and the fair office at 3600-
S. Florida Ave. (U.S. 41 South),
Inverness.
All pageants are in the Citrus
County Auditorium. General
admission is $5, children ages 6_
to 11 $3 and ages 5 and :
younger- free.
One person will be admitted
free with each contestant.
Call 726-2993.
AARP to offer free
tax prep help
The AARP will once again file:
taxes for all interested partici-
pants at the West Citrus
Community Center in
Homosassa from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m., Friday and March 11. This
is a free tax preparation service
provided by volunteers of the
American Association of Retired
Persons.
Anyone wishing to have their
taxes filed free of charge is invit-
ed. Call 795-3831.


.... . Special to the Chronicle .
Above from left are: Jim Farley, Crystal River councilman and Keep Citrus County Beautiful director; Joe Turck, KCCB director;
Susan Metcalfe, KCCB secretary; Frank Wentzel, county recycling specialist; Tyler Van Voorthuljsen, Boy Scout Troop 415; John
Quintas, KCCB director; Trevor Van Voorthuijsen, Boy Scout Troop 415; Pete Peterson, KCCB treasurer; Frank Yetner, KCCB vice
president; and Rick Pinson, KCCB director.


Special to the Chronicle
At left from left are: Jim
Farley, Crystal River
councilman and Keep
Citrus County Beautiful
director; Joe Turck,
KCCB director; Susan
Metcalfe, KCCB secre-
tary; Frank Wentzel,
county recycling spe-
cialist; Gayle Widell,
Citrus County 4-H Club;
John Quintas, KCCB
director; Jim Smith,
Citrus County 4-H Club;
Pete Peterson, KCCB
treasurer; Frank Yetner,
KCCB vice president;
and Rick-Pinson, KCCB
director.


National Spay Day


leads to awareness


Garden Club designs


Special to the Chronicle
Garden Club members Ethel Rice and Alice Mann design flower baskets to be used In the
club's upcoming fashion show at noon Wednesday, Feb. 23, at St Anne's Church. Call Mary
at 564-0123 or Ethel at 795-6002.












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1 -5.5 Altel 55.55 +.17
-11.0 Alpharma 15.09 +.06
+8.7 Alria 66.40 +1.12
0 +15.2 AmnHless u94.88 +2.88
t1 +1.7 Ameren 50.98 +.01
+7.3 AMovilL 56.17 -.82
_ -24.3 AmWest 4.98 -.06
+.8 AEP 34.63 -.09
-2.2 AmExp 55.11 +.34
+10.5 AmIntGp 72.59 +328
+6.0 AmStd s 43.80 +.02
S-2.4 AmSlP3 12.01
-4.6 AmTower 17.56 -.12
4 -1.0 Americdt 2420 -.30
' +1.4 AmerisBrg 59.50 +.38
- -1.1 Amsouti 25,62 +.20
S. .8 Anadrk 68.60 +2.64
S-.2 AnaloaDev 36.83 -.35
a -5.1 AngogidA 34.49 +1.68
-4.8 Anheusr 48.27 -528
+4.0 AnnTaylrsv 22,40 -.45
-3.0 Annaly 19.03 +.22
+1.0 AonnCorp 24.10 -.42
+12.6 Apache u56.96 +2.06
-2.7 Apria 32.05 -.49
-1.1 AquaAm 24.31 -.13
+.3 Aquila 3.70 +.02
+1.6 Aramark 26.94 -.50

.4.^^


reYTD Name Last Chg"
+1.5 AbdAsPac 6.58 -.02
-21.7 Ableauctn .65 +.02
,, +35.2 AdmRsc 23.85 +.65
-20.6 AWIrStarn .50 -.01
S-5.1 ApexSilv 16.30 +.38
', -20.7 ApolloGg .65 +.03
-5.0 AvanlrPh 3.24 +.04
-31.3 Avitar .11
+1.7 Ballantyn 5.34 -.28
-7.2 BemaGold 2.83 +.09
-7.4 BlotechT 141.64 -.33
-2.6 CalypteBn u.38 +.03





YTD Name Last Chg


-10.8 ADCTel 2.39 -.05
+4.7 ASMLHId 16.67 +.13
I -8.5 ATITech 17.75 +.28
+21.3 ATMIInc 27.34 +.44
-16.5 ATS Med 3.89 -.01
-7.2 AVIBIo 2.18 -.19
+116.3 Aastrom 3.07 -.09
-16.6 Abgenix 8.63 -.19
-16.1 AccHme 41.68 +1.23
46.3 Accredo 29.46 +.22
-23.1 AcilvCrd 6.84 -.16
+1.1 Activmien 20.41 -349
.. Actuate 2.55 +.01
-15.5 Acxiom 22.23 -.54
I, -27.0 Adaptec d5.64 -.15
-.1 AdobeSy 62.68 +.09
1, -13.5 AdolorCp d9.58 -.30
.^ -8.9 Adtran 17.43 -.33
-23.2 AdvEnld 7.01 +.01
-4.3 Advanta 21.64 -.22
i -3.0 AdvantB 23.53 -.33
-11.9 Aeroflex 10.68 +.23
+12.6 Affymet 41.15 +.77
+6.2 AlrTInc 19.30 -.65
-12.9 Alr-panNet 4.73 -.01
'- -13.8 AkamafT d11.23 -.24
-2.3 Akzo 41.53 +.60
* -.4 Alamosan 12.42 -.07
1" -.1 Aldilars 15.24 +.13
46.0 AlexBld 44.53 -.12
S -3.7 Alexon 2428 +.10
S-28.4 AlignTech d7.70 +.12
-16.3 Alkerm 11.80 -.05
-23.4 AIloyinc 6.18 -.36
! +76.0 AtalirNano u4.77 +2.69
-4.0 AlleraCp 19.87 +.35
-19.8 Alvarion 10.64 -.22
-19.2 Amnazon 35.78 -.11
-32.0 AmnrBlowt .17 -.16
S 4+3.3 AmCapStr 34.44 +.41
+9.2 AEagleO 51.45 -1.40
-5.6 AmHIthwys 31.20 +.20
+22.9 AmPharrn 45.99 -.49
+5.7 APwCnv 22.62 -.17
+13.5 AmerCas 48.95 -.40
-20.8 AmrTrde 11.26 -.12
-2.1 Amnen 62.78 +.69
-43.4 AmkorT 3.78 -.16
-5.2 Amylin 22.14 -24
-6.9 Anlogic 41.71 -.07
-6.5 Analysts 3.74 +.26
-19.7 AnlySur 2.69 -.15
-10,5 Andrew 1220 -.26
a -3.8 AndrxGp .21.00 -.14
b -2.9 Anglotchlg 17.87 +.12
-8.3 ApoloG 74.02-2.42
S+15.0 Apollolnvn 17.37 +.25
+21.7 AppleC 78.36 -.38
+6.2 ApplebSeess 28.09 +.44
-24.6 ApplDiglis 5.09 -.08
-1.4 Apldlnov 3.42 -.01
-2Z6 ApidMall 16.66 +.15
-14.3 AMCC 3.61 -.02
+2.7 aQuanltve 9.18 -.07
-19.7 Aradlgm 1.39 -.21
S-1.7 ArladP 7.30 +.07
-51.6 Atrbars 8.03 +.02
-12.7 ArkBest 39.21 -.61
-3.7 ArmHkd 5.95 +.01
S-11.1 Arotech 1.44 -.05
-22.2 Ardis 5.48 -.11
-16.7 AnTech 1.25
-2.2 AscenlSoft 15.95 -,03
S -15.0 AakJva 2275 -.97
-.2 AsdBnoa 33,18 +.11
-16.8 AsaFdg 23.34 -3.64
-35.5 AtRoad 4.46
. -14.0 Alad 2.52 -.20
-28.4 AthrGnc 18.86 -.78
+12.6 Atheros 11.54 -.36
l -18.6 Abnell 3.19 +.04
+2.6 Audlblen 28.71 +1.87
l +.6 Audvox 16.87 +.15
4 +11.6 AuglrTh 11.75 +1.56


1,836
1,459
157
1,452
196
16
1,940


MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE)
Name Vol (00) Last Chg
SPDR 447742 119.74 +.43
SemiHTr 377925 32.78 +.26
iShRs2000 98960 124.57 +.22
SP Fncl 62360 30.33 +.09
SP Engy 57012 40.07 +1.07

GAINERS (52 OR MORE-.
Name Last Chg %Chg
Accelr8 3.05 +.56 +22.5
CmceEgyn 2.49 +.37 +17.5
WilshrE 8.55 +1.25 +17.1
AccesslT 4.30 +.50 +13.2
FiveStar 8.00 +.71 +9.7

LOSERS (S2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Chg
Friedmind 12.85 -2.95 -18.7
IntlgSys 2.98 -.33 -10.0
CompTch 13.65 -1.33 -8.9
AMS Hth 3.80 -.35 -8.4
AcmeU 17.25 -1.55 -8.2

DIARY


Advanced
Declined
Unchanged
Total issues
New Highs
New Lows
Volume


536
405
65
1,006
38
11
242,746,410


MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE)
Name Vol (00) Last Chg
NIasl00Tr 990y88 3715 .04
LalC3 841991 190 -36
CrSCO 791405 1758 -05
Irntel 729238 23 50 20
MmoihO 704389 2606 -01

GAINERS (52 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg *.Chg
AtsirNlano 477 .269 .1293
eResrcn 1564 .2'74 +212
OrniroamM 219 .34 184
CogTeens 4309 -638 t174
lOOniln 1139 164 iE.8

LOSERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg o.Chg
S.gueSoft 591 -1 71 -224
PorlPlay n 1675 -346 -171
NeeFmi 831 -149 -152
Acmin s 2041 -349 -146
Ez corp 1853 -316 -146

DIARY


Advanced
Declined
Unchanged
Toltal Issues
New Highs
New Lows
Volume


1 438
1 647
160
3.245
79
60
2,060.870,571


Hare are me 825 most alive stocKs on the New York Stock Exchange. 765 most actie on the
Nasdaq National Market and 116 most active or, me Amernan Stock Exi;hange Slocks in bold
are worth at least $5 and changed 5 percent or more in pnce n Undeulini tor 50 most active
on NYSE and Nasdaq and 25 most active un Amex Tables snow name. pnce and net change.
and one to two additional fields rotated through the week, as follows.


DIv: Current annual dividend rate paid on sock, 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 appear al the
beginning of each letters list.
Last: Price stock was trading at when exchange closed for the day
Chg: Loss or gain for the day. No change indicated by ...


Stock Foolnotes: "rT PE gre.r in r' 9 cia. l19u n.i ba t.,1 calla io or o' r.,' 0f s "' Na'.' LJ r
Com T ia ny. J -ie w 52-6 8e g1 lun o d Lo es In i nI 12 n O. C rrCirr T f oari.nre ty v d ,, A,.d. -
or. lMe Am erican Ecrange'E Emergi'g Company Marlplace g DkaieridE a nem. e.r
irnga ir Csnarfar aorJlrf r,* lamprar) 56smpl Irrj..T [I daQ car08,31 a-d urpiu l n .
qualricainon n SiDoc wBi a r-Fie Lmuo in rrme ia .. yr The 52'wark ;n and i-jw fg-
ursa ,8 e O r,"l Itrom itia b lnnIr, oft Iradinn pi PrI e n Eid O,: ua. pr Prsl o N li .iB
pp Holoer OeS,, dirtauireni3 (r purchase p'lie Cl ie.J-er.1 rulual furl- r.., FE cl-
culaiad. n RIj 1)0 buy Eecunry ai a spdfieMd pr.: s Sak hasa spll by ai s1 20 r, m ,.,
arcni rmiir, inore lasitaar. Tr3a& mil lelia ania ram e i n im& In aijs, ad* r ,. i .,,
When dISlr.oul.A l. Wairalr alloiniiaa Durcnias4 ef a sixck u li aw52-A lrE un :, a,. '. .1
- Unh. ircludina more lthan one n ecunr/ vl Company Inr DankrnjptIy or raoe.ership or =,':'
Dealrg r.gania'leo U.ar fhee ird rupis laow Appeara in iorrit Mri r ma ;
Dividend Footnotes: a Etra di.iodena.i re pald. butl ai nol included Arnual rate
plus Eock c Lquildating divlend a Amount adOirald r pid ir. Iasi 12 m.yth.. I
Curreait annulr isle which was Incr sed by moa re isri ajnena nanr.our.A.rr.t i I
Sum Gf OMiends paid af.r staooIkrpitl no regular ral I. S'um of dl idends pakilnsL year .o a-. cr'.
Mosi recant divuenrd was omiled r.i alarria k Darlaard or pald mIs yawr, a cumula- *. :A L, i246 1)
beB isue ,jB ir, viMaisi in arrears. m Current annual ral which wa decrrseaed y ";, IiS-.,- ''I
moat reBfll ailaldnd announcement p Initial dildend annual rma I' n iknoar, yiela no .
vicon i Decared or paid in precar.,ig 12 months plus aLr,.K aividOnd Piad in stEck, "
appralmaleA cash siue io rio-f.dllpljbutun deal .
Source: The Associated Press. Sales figures are unofficial.


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


AT&T .95 4.9 ... 19.38 -.22 +1.7
nmSouth 1.00 3.9 15 25.62 +.20 -1.1
BkofAm s 1.80 3.8 13 46.93 +.49 -.1
BellSouth 1.08 4.2 10 26.02 -.23 -6.4
CapCtyBk .76 1.9 18 39.88 -.38 -4.6
Citigrp 1.76 3.6 15 48.98 -.20 +1.7
Disney .24 .8 26 29.35 ... +5.6
EKodak .50 1.5 16 34.08 -.05 +5.7
ExxonMbI 1.08 1.9 14 56.34 +.80 +9.9
FPLGp 2.72 3.4 16 79.10 -.29 +5.8
FlaRock .80 1.3 25 62.42 +.46 +4.9
FordM .40 3.1 8 13.10 -.02 -10.5
GenElec .88 2.4 23 36.05 -.04 -1.2
GnMotr 2.00 5.5 6 36.68 +.08 -8.4
HomeDp .34 .8 19 42.37 +.51 -.9
Intel .32 1.4 19 23.50 +.20 +.5
IBM .72 .8 19 92.76 +.06 -5.9


LowesCos .16
McDnlds .55
Microsoft .32
Motorola .16
Penney .50
ProgrssEn 2.36
Sears .92
SpmtFON .50
TimeWam ...
UniFirst .15
VerizonCm1.54
Wachovia 1.84
WalMart .52
Walgm .21


22 59.05 +1.18
18 32.10 +.13
27 26.06 -.01
25 15.88 +.18
44.21 +.51
16 43,90 -.46
32 51.03 -.52
23.21 -.42
25 17.97 +.05
20 38.40 -1.26
31 36.04 -.02
15 55.41 +.20
23 52.26 -.26
31 43.49 +.17


IDXS


52-Week
High Low Name


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


10,868.07 9,708.40 Dow Jones Industrials 10,749.61 +85.50 +.80 -.31 +.52
3,823.96 2,743.46 Dow Jones Transportation 3,567.05 -4.11 -.12 -6.08 +20.90
354.05 259.08 Dow Jones Utilities 353.20 +1.34 +.38 +5.45 +30.09
7,273.18 6,211.33 NYSE Composite 7,210.65 +48.66 +.68 -.54 +7.36
1,473.31 1,150.74 Amex Index 1,480.00 +14.83 +1.01 +3.18 +18.56
2,191.60 1,750.82 Nasdaq Composite 2,053.10 +.55 +.03 -5.62 -.99
1,217.90 1,060.72 S&P 500 1,197.01 +5.02 +.42 .-1.23 +3.90
656.11 515.90 Russell 2000 626.81 +1.10 +.18 -3.80 +5.75
12,024.36 10,268.52 DJ Wilshire 5000 -11,787.24 +43.00 +.37 -1.54 +4.88


N EWY RK STO KE C ANG


+1.6 ArchCoal 36.10 +.26
4+6.9 ArchDan 23.85 +.18
-9.6 ArchstnSm 34.64 +.05
-4.8 AmowrH 44.76 +1.01
-19.8 AlvMert 17.94 +.07
+7.1 Ashland u62.54 +1.58
-2.6 AsdEstal 9.95 -.06
+8.3 Assurant 33.10 -.38
+8.4 AstraZen 39.44 +.16
+4.3 ATMOS 28.52 +.21
+2.1 AutoNatn 19.61 -.07
-4.1 AutoData 42.52 -.33
-23.8 Avaya 13.10
+22.0 Aviall 28.02 +.02
+14.1 Avons 44.14 +.31
+3.4 AXIS Cap 28.28 +.40
-5.0 BB&TCp 39.96 +.15
+9.2 BHPBIIILt 26.22 +.72
-.2 BJSvcs 46.43 +1.45
-.1 BJsWhIs 29.09 +.38
-15.3 BMCSft 15.76 -.19
+6.5 BPPLC u62.17 +1.18
+1.4 BREpfC 25.39 -.02
-1.4 BRT 24.01 +.01
+7.9 BakrHu u46.02 +1.39
-.5 BalCps 43.78 +.36
-.1 BkofAm 46.93 +.49
-9.7 BkNY 30.50 +.05
-.8 BaOnknorth 36.31 +.20
+1.4 Banta 45.40 -.10
+2.5 BarrPhms 46.70 -.17
-6.4 BardckG 22.66 +.86
+13.2 BauschL 7/.00 -.36
-1.2 Baxter 34.14 -.34
-7.3 BeaidngPt 7.44 -.14
+13.1 BeazrHm 165.33 +.66
+2.4 BeckCoul 68.60 -.01
+43.6 BeclDk 58.83 +.21
-6.4 BellSouth 26.02 -.23
-8.3 BeslBuy 54.37 +.08
431.8 Beverly 12.06 -.16
-2.0 BigLots 11.89 -.05
+1.5 Blovail 16.77 -.18
-5.9 BlackD 83.08 +1.02
+1.9 BIkHICp 31.27 +.14
-.1 BlkFL08 15.84 +.02
-4.1 SBockHR 47.00
-1.5 BlueChp 6.58 -.07
+4.0 Boeing 53.86 -.26
+1.8 Borders 25.77 -.71
+12.0 BostBeer 23.82
-7.3 BostProp 59.95 +.19
-8.2 BostonSd 32.65 -.03
+15.4 BoydGm u48.06 .+5.61
+6.4 Brinker 38.01 -.42
-8.1 Brinks 36.33 -1.00
-7.2 BrMySq 23.77 +.09
-7.3 Brunswick 45.87 +.87
-2.6 BrshEMat 18.01 +.56
-8,2 Buenavnt 21.02 +.37
-1.2 BurNSF 46.76 -.04
+4.7 BudRscs 45.54 +1.65
... CHEngy 48.04 -.02
+6.6 CIGNA 86.97 +1.62
+7.4 CKERst u15.58 +.49
+8.1 CMSEng u11.30 +.05
-7.5 CSKAto 15.49 +.08
+1.8 CSSInds 32.33 -.17
+8.8 CVSCp '49.04 +.36
46.8 CablvsnNY 26.59 +.02
-2.1 Cadence 13.52 -.10
+1.0 Caesars u20.35 +.06
-3.3 CallGolf 13.05 -24
-11.9 Calpine 3.47
+14.4 Camecogsu40.00+2.25
-5.2 CampSp 28.35 -.03
-.7 CdnNRygs 60.85 +.95
+18.7 CdnNRs gsu56.75 +2.98


-8.3 CapOne 77.20 +.37
-3.8 CapitlSre 24.70 +.59
+1.0 CapMplB 13.74 +.13
-2.3 CardnlHIth 66.80 +.30
+1.1 CaremkRx 39.87 +.16
-5.0 Carnival 54.72 -.78
-5.6 Caterplllr 92.06 +1.42
-2.9 Celestcg 13.70 -.15
-.7 Cendant 22.13 -.32
+5.8 CenterPnt 11.95 +.12
+7.2 Centexs 63.88 -.15
-6.5 CntyTel 33.15 +.09
-6.9 ChmpE 11.00 +.17
-10.8 Checkprt 16.10 +.23
+13.9 ChesEng u18.80 +.64
+9.3 ChevTex s u57.40 +1.24
-9.8 ChiMerc 206.22 +321
+18.8 ChicosFAS 54.08 +.91
+1.4- Chubb 78.00 +.40
-1.3 ChubbunA 29.21 +.19
-4.2 CImarex 36.31 +.72
+2.4 CincBell 4.25
-2.5 CINergy 40.61 +.02
-9.6 CircClty 14.14 +.08
+1.7 CIran 48.98 -.20
-4.0 CItzComm 1324 -.21
+4.9 ClairesStra 22.30 +.09
+3.3 ClearChan 34.60 +.13
+.7 Clorox 59.33 +.08
-4.3 Coach 54.00 +.36
+2.1 CocaCI 42.50 -.26
+9.8 CocaCE 22.90 -.15
-2.3 Coeur 3.84 +.35
+5.6 ColgPal 54.00 -.51
-1.3 Collntln 9.07 +.03
-4.5 Comerca 58.26 -.24
-11.3 CmcBNJ 57.12 -.52
+24.1 CmdMIMls 30.78 +1.39
-22.6 ComScop d14.63 -.52
+9.4 CmlyHIt 30.50
+.3 CVRDs 29.10 -25
+.9 CVRD pf s 24.59 -25
-13.9 CompAs 26.75 -.52
-14.9 CompSci 47.96 -1.52
-4.3 ConAgra 28.19 -.13
+14.6 ConocPhll u99.47 42.61
+1.9 ConEd 44.60 +.39
+19.1 ConstellEnu52.04 -.01
-23.6 CtlAIrB 10.35 -.14
-5.8 Cnvrgys 14.12 -.05
+6.1 CoopCam 57.10 +1.20
46.7 Copel u4.77 +.07
-.1 Coming 11.76 +.08
-4.0 CntwdFns 35.53 -.43
+10.5 Coventry 68.66 +.76
+3.9 CrownHold 14.28 +.08
-11.7 Cummins 73.97 +.26
+11.7 CypSem 13.10 +.25

-1.5 DNPSelet 11.74 +.04
+1.8 DPL 25.55 +.05
+9.5 DRHortn 44.12 +.09
43.8 DTE 44.75 +.03
-4.1 DalmlrC 46.10 +.02
-9.1 DanaCp 15.76 -.18
-4.7 Danahers 54.70 -.50
+2.8 Darden 28.51 +.38
+9.4 DaVitas u43.25 +.67
+3.0 DeanFds 33.95 -.14
-8.5 Deere 68.10 +.50
-19.1 Delphi d7.30 -.11
-282 DeltaAir 5.37 -.25
+8.0 DevonEs 42.03 +1.58
-6.8 DexMedlan 23.26 -.13
+16.0 DiaOffs u46.47 +1.52
-6.3 Dillards 25.44 +.12
-8.7 DlrecTV 15.29 +.55


+6.6 Disnev 29.35 ...
+5.1 DollaiG 21.83 -.03
+4.6 DomRes u70.85 +,35
-5.2 DonlleyRR 33.45 -.29
-10.0 Dover 37.75 -.34
+4.2 DowChm 51.58 +1.30
+3.2 DuPont u50.63 +.96
+6.0 DukeEgy 26.84 +.09
+.8 DukeRpfL 25.15 +.07
+2.8 Duq pfA 37.00 +.90
+.7 DuqUght 18.98 +.24
-1.7 Dynegy 4.54 -.01
-12.7 ETrade 13.05 -.34
-12.6 EMOCo 13.00 ...
+12.1 EOG Res u80.00 +1.76
-5.8 EastChm 54.38 +.40
+5.7 EKodak 34.08 -.05
-6.8 Ecolab 32.74 +.51
+1.7 Edisonlnt 32.56 +.05
48.7 EIPasoCp 11.30 +.12
-3.1 Elan 26.40 -.04
-13.9 EDS 19.90 -.09
-3.4 EmrsnEl 67.73 +.07
+.8 EmpDist 22.67 +.01
+.7 Emulex 16.95 -.44
+4.1 EnbrEPtrs 53.71 +.46
+7.6 EnCanag u61.41 +2.16
-5.6 EnPro 27.90 +.24
+15.9 ENSCO u36.80 +.96
-272 Enterasys 1.31 +.04
+4.1 Entergy 70.35 +.02
+4.6 EntPrPI 27.05 +.58
-5.0 Eqlylnn 11.15 -.05
+3.1 EqOffPT u30.03 +.03
-9.1 EqtyRsd 32.88 +.20
-5.6 EsleeLdr 4322 -.48
+3.7 Exelons 45.70 -.21
+9,9 ExxonMbI u56.34 +.80
+4.0 FMCTch 33.48 +1.29
+5.8 FPLGp 79.10 -.29
-2.1 FTD Grp nd13.31 -29
-14.8 FactsetRis 33.21 -1.71
-1.7 FairchklS 15.98 +.30
-3.3 FairPolntnd17.45 +.05
+6.0 FamDIr 33.11 -.42
-14.1 FanniMae d61.19 -1.65
-2.1 FedExCp 96.47 -.20
-8.8 FedSignl 16.10 -.11
-1.2 FedrDS 57.10 -.30
+3.8 Fenreigs 21.07 +.39
-17.6 Fero 19.10 -.02
-.5 FidelFIn 45.44 -.01
-4.9 FIrstData 40.44 +.08
-6.3 FFInFds 20.12 -.06
-.2 FstHorzon 43.03 -.28
+3.6 FrstEngy 40.92 +.39
+.2 PFshrSc 62.50 +.21
-30.1 FleetEn 9.41 +.35
+4.9 FlaRock 62.42 +.46
+9.8 Fuor 59.84 -37
-10,5 FordM 13.10 -.02
-7.6 FomstLab 41.45 +.05
+14.9 ForeslOH u36.45 +1.50
+68.4 FortuneBr 83.64 +1.05
48.8 FoxEnt 34.00 +.31
-.1 FrankRes 69.57 +1:43
-14.0 FredMae 6339 -3.32
-2.9 FMCG 37.12 +1.21
+2.9 Freescalen 18.34 -.16
+.8 FreescBn 18.50 -.21
-1.7 FriedBR 19.06 +.49
+18.9 Frontlines 47.01 +1.74

-1.1 GATX 2923 -.04
+1.8 GabeliET 9.18 +.-04
-1.7 Gannett 80.29 +.14
+1.8 Gap 21.49 +.29


-24.6 Gateway 4.53 +13
-16.0 Genentchs 45.73 -.77
-1.2 GenElec 36.05 -.04
+1.1 GnGrthPip 36.55 +.75
+22.0 GnMart 48.74 +.69
+6.9 GenMIlls 52.65
-8.4 GnMotr 36.68 +.08
-.1 GMdb32A 25.06 +.03
+.5 Genworth n 27.14 +.08
-9.3 GaPadf 33.99
+4.9 Glllette 48.78 +.18
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-17.6 VlaSal 20.01 -.65
-3.3 Vicuron 16.83 -.70
-13.7 Vignette 120
-34.9 Vilsage 5.87 +.03
-29.9 VlonPhm 3.29 +.01
-29.5 ViragLog 13.10 -.35
-10.8 Vitesse 3.15 +.04
-5.6 VodTec 1.34 -.21
+2.9 WPTEntnul7.50 +1.05
-3.8 WebMD 7.85 +.05
-3.0 WebEx 23.07+2.39
-18.4 webMetht f 5.88 +.08
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-11.1 WererEnt 20.12 -.34
+2.4 W teti 6.96 -.39
+29.7 WWmlrss 37.99 +.11
+6.7 WetSeal 2.40
+1.2 WholeFd 96.53 .6.18
-16,4 WlldOats 7.45 -.02
-1,5 WIndRvr 13.35 -.08
6.8 Wrkstream 3.70 +.39
+21,4 WoddAir 7.71 +.16
-22.6 WoddIale 3.86 -.21
-10,9 WrighM 25.39 +.06
+4,1 Wynn 69.68 +.43
-15.2 XMSat 31.90 +.50
-44.4 XOMA dl,44 -.06
-2.4 X9ilr 28.95 +,17
-18.7 XytwnauL 1.00 -.03
11.3 yho0os 33.44 -,16
+1.7 YlowRd 56 3 -.63
+097 Yubet 5655 .23
-14,3 ZetraTa 48824 -226
-4 Zh1neTth 2.44 +.14
-14, ZICorip 22 +14
*,7 Bonl"p 6849 .01
- 34 Z&Cr3p 348 -041
-10 a.ran to3 +.13


+.8 UdMIcro 3.56 ..03
-12.8 UPSB 74.51 -.71
-3.8 USBancrp 30.12 -.08
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-.7 UtdTech 102.66 +2.16 --
.. UtdhlthGp 88.03 +.85
-10.4 Univislon 28.24 +.25
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-5.5 UnumProv 16.96 +.07


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-11.2 ValeantPh 23.41 -.88
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+1.7 VKHIIncT 4.16
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-13.2 VarianMs 37.54 +.07
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-11.0 VerizonCm 36.04 -.02
+1.7 ViacomB 37.00 -.38
+2.6 VimpelCs 37.08 -.27
+12.6 VhtgPt u25.55 +.90
-13.1 Vishay 13.05 -.35
-29.8 Visteon 6.86 -.19
-4.3 Vodalone 26.21 +.15
-8.3 Wabash 24.69 -1.31
+5.3 Wachovla 55.41 +.20
-1.1 WalMart 52.26 -.26
+13.3 Walgm 43.49 +.17
-4.6 WAMut 40.32 -.22
-.6 WsteMInc 29.77 +.08
65,8 Waters 49.50 -.50
-14.3 WatsnPh 28.11 -.37
+11.8 Weathfint u57.36 +1.25
-2.2 Welchce 52.22 -.06
-4.8 Wellmn 10.18 +.18
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-2.8 WellsFrgo 60.43 -.48
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+6.7 WAsM1P2n 13.68 -.03
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-6.3 Weyerh 62.99 +.20
-9.8 Whdpl 62.46 +.63
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-7.8 WllIsGp 37.95 -1.47
-50.5 WinDIx d2.25-1.25
-7.9 WInnbgos 35.99 +.27
+4.4 WiscEn 35.18. +.32
+4.6 Worllgtn 20.49 +.34
+.3 Wrigley 69.41 +.53
-8.9 Wyeth 38.82 +.13
-3.4 XL Cap 75.00 -1.49
68.8 XTOEgysu30.50 +.50
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-11.6 Xerox 15.04 +.04
43.3 YankCdl u34.28 +2.78
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46.4 Zimmer 8525 +1.06


-6.6 SomtFON 23.21 -.42
+.8 Standex 28.73 +.17
-49.0 StarGas 3.80 -.65
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-7.7 StateStr 45.33 +.07
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-2.3 StorTch 30.88 -.37
-4.7 sTGoldn 41.75 +.44
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-9.6 SunCmIs 36.39 -.24
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-62 SunGard 26.57 -.03
+15.9 Sunoco u94.70 +2.82
-1.9 SunTrst 72.50 -.11
+4.8 SymbIT 18.13 -.48
-.9 Syngenta 21.16 +.66
... Syniversen 16.00
-8.5 Sysco 34.91 -.14
-12.5 TCFFnis 28.11 +.02
43.9 TECO 15.95 -.09
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44.5 TelMexL u40.04 +.06
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-8.1 TenetHt9 10.09 -.16
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-1.8 TerraNtro 21.90 +.14
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-9.9 Theragen 3.66 -.04
-8.1 ThermoEl 27.73 +.19
-2.3 ThmBet 30.05 +.06
-42.6 ThreeFS d1.39 -.12
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-5.1 Tiffany 30.33 +.03
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-7.7 ToddShp 16.70 +.10
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-7.5 Trchmrk 52.76 -2.10
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-2.4 TwnCtry 26.97 -.03
46.0 ToyRU 21.69 -.21
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-18.8 Tredgar 16.42 -.18
-1.9 TriCon9l 17.94 +.05
-2.6 Tribune 41.03 +.09
-2.1 TrIzecPr 18.53 +.23
-6.1 Tvcoilnl 33.55 -.21
-20.8 Ty0erTech 6.62 -.02
-10.2 Tyson 16.53 +.27
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-3.5 UILHold 49.53 -.05
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-31.2 yUSG 27.72 -.34
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+9.1 UUnlao 34.60 -1.40
+35.8 UnlFirst 38.40 -1.26
-1.1 UnflevNV 65.95 +.52
-11.7 UnlonPac 59.38 +.59
-23.9 Unisys 7.75 +.06
-8.5 UDomR 22.68 +.35


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Yesterday Pvs Day
Australia 1.2784 1.2989
Brazil 2.6140 2.6350
Britain 1.8688 1.8587
Canada 1.2402 1.2500
China 8.2781 8.2781
Euro .7766 .7816
Hong Kong 7.7992 7.7993
Hungary 190.77 191.39
India 43.720 43.650
Indnsia 9280.00 9280.00
Israel 4.3802 4.3840
Japan 105.80 105.76
Jordan .70902 .70907
Malaysia 3.7995 3.7995
Mexico 11.1550 11.1600
Pakistan 59.35 59.38
Poland 3.12 3.13
Russia 28.0800 28.1170
SDR .6655 .6649
Singapore 1.6514 1.6487
Slovak Rep 29.74 29.82
So. Africa 6.1088 6.2000
So. Korea 1037.90 1038.90
Sweden 7.0481 7.0855
Switzerind 1.2072 1.2176
Taiwan 31-77 31.78
U.A.E. 3.6723 3.6723
British pound expressed in U.S. dollars. All others show
dollar In foreign currency.




Yesterday Pvs Day
Prime Rate 5.50 5.25
Discount Rate 3.50 3.50
Federal Funds Rate 2.50 2.50
Treasuries
3-month 2.47 2.43
6-month 2.71 2.68
5-year 3.66 3.76
10-year 4.08 4.17
30-year 4.47 4.58




FUTURES
Exch Contract Settle Chg
Lt Sweet Crude NYMX Mar05 47.10 +1.64
Corn CBOT Mar 05 198/V4 +31/4
Wheat CBOT Mar 05 2961/4 +6'/4
Soybeans CBOT Mar 05 516 +51/4
Cattle CME Apr05 86.72 -1.40
Pork Bellies CME Mar05 87.80 -1.92
Sugar (world) NYBT Mar05 9.15 +.11
Orange Juice NYBT Mar05 85.10 -.10

SPOT
Yesterday Pvs Day
Gold (troy oz., spot) $417.20 $416.60
Silver (troy oz., spot) $6.956 $6.667


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


THE MARKET IN REVIEW


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5-Yr. GrwlhA 7.01 -.01 -10.4
Name NAV Chg %Rtn InBosA 6.55 -.01 +28.9
SpEqtA 4.63 +.02 -42.5
AARP Invst: nBfmdI 10.84 +.02 +53.7
BaSnced 17.46 +.02 NS TradGvA 8.78 -.02 +30.8
CapGr 42.97 +24 -31.1 Eaton Vance Cl B:
NMA 15. 21 0 Eat Vance .. +:
GNMA 15.21 -.03 +38.4 FLMBt 11.03 ... +38.7
GbMa 26.68 +22 NS HIlh8t 10.54 +.01 +29.3
Ghc 21.78 +. NS NatlMBt 10.52 +.01 +60.7
PInt 43.51 +.01 NS Eaton Vance CI C:
Ps 13.03 +.04 NS GovCp 7.57 -.01 +26.0
ShTirm:d 10.18 ... N NaSMCt 10.02 +.01 +4.2
SmCoSIk 24.76 +.11 +64.3 Evergreen B:
AIM Investmenta A: BaWnBt 8.43 +.03 -0.B
Agsvp 10.09 -.01 -30.7 ilB t23 82 +.15 -27.9
BaiAp 2523 +.04 -15.4 DvrBdBt 1523 -.08 +30.8
BasVaAp32.11 +.06 +43.5 FoundB 16.87 +.05 -8.8
ChatAp 12.73. +.08 -28.0 MuBdBt 7.61 -.02 36.3
Constp 22.34 +12 -35.7 Evergreen 1:
HYdAp 4.56 ... -5.1 CodI 10.76 -.04 +46.5
InMGow 19.93 +.12 -24.4 Evrgml 12.90 +09 -24.9
MdCpCEq2853 +24 +48.0 Foundl 16.97 +.05 -4.1
MuBp 827 -.02 +36.6 SIKnil 10.10 -.01 +25.6
PmmEqy 9.76 +.05 -5.8 Excelsior Funds:
SeEqly 17.36 +.04 -32.5 Enegy 21.34 +.56+109.4
Surni8 10.84 +06 -42.8 HiYieldp 4.80 ... NS
WeigAp 12.69 +.04 -64.4 Va Ir 41.83, +.1 +36.2
AIM Investmints B: FPA Funds:
CapDvt 1689 -01 +4.3 NwInc 11.19 +.01 +42.5
PremEqity 9,04 +.05 -38.3 Federated A:
AIM Investor Cl: AmLdrA 24.84 +.10 +12.3
Dynm 1625 +.02 -42.6 CA 2528 +.11 -4.8
Energy 30.82 +.84+136.8 M rtA 30.07 +.14 -31.1
HiSd 49.02 -.01 -8.4 MuSecA 10.91 -.02 +40.4
SmCoGIp 12.06 -.03 -37.0 Federated B:
ToSln 24.31 +.05 +7.6 StdrnB 6.90 .. +42.9
UtBis 12.35 +.02 -272 Federated Instll:
AIM/NVESCO Invstr: Kauftn 5.24 .. +28.9
CoeeStk 10.57 +.06 -4.1 Fidelity Adv Foc T:
AMF Funds: HICaT 19.83 +.05 +6.4
A4Mtg 9.80 -.01 +20.4 NatResT 34.78 +.84 +80.8
Advance Capital I: Fidelity Advisor I:
Balancpn17.86 +.02 +32.0 EqGidn 46.95 +.23 -34.2
Retlncn 10.26 -.05 4+0.4 Eqinln 28.69 +.15 +46.4
Alger Funds B: IntBdln 11.17 -.03 +43.1
SmCapGrt 423 ... -48.8 Fidelity Advior T:
AlllanceBernA: BaacT 162 +01 +6.7
AmGvlncA 7.54 -.02 40.1 DivGrTp 11.58 +.05 +14.5
BalanAp 17.32 +.07 +44.6 DynCATp 1321 +.13 -27.9
GbTchAp53.23 +.12 -607 EqGrT p 44.64 +22 -36.1
GrincAp 3.78 +.03 +29.6 EqlnT 28.35 +15 442.5
SmCpGrA22.76 -.02 -10.7 GovInT 10.14 -.04 +40.8
AllianceBem Adv: GrppT 30.10 +.18 -22.5
LgCpqrAd18.07 +.13 -44.7 HilnAd1p 10.04 -.03 +40.5
AlaemW B: IntBdT 11.15 -.03 +41.1
AlaneBer54-.02 .0 MidCpTp 24.19 +.01 +29,2
CorpBdBplZ54 -.07 4418 MuiTp 13.34 -.04 +45.1
tdBp402354 +.07 -2 OvrseaT 17.37 +.11 -18.1
GbTchBt 48.23 +.10 -62.2 STiT 9.63 -01 +287
GrowlhBt 22.82 +.14 -35.0 STFiT 90.3 -.01 +2.7
SCpGrBI 19.23 -.03 -14.3 Fidelity Freedom:
USGovtBp7.12 -.03 +32.0 FF201n 13.59 +.02 +11.4
Atllanceern C: FF2020n 13.86 +.04 +2.1
S 1928 -.02 -14.1 FF203n 13.95 +.05 -3.9
AmSouth Fdsi Cl 1: Fidelity Invest:
Value 16.79 +.11 +21.4 AggrGrrn 15.98 +.02 -70.7'
Amer Century Adv: grn 1.16 +.02 +10.9
AmerCntury Adv: AMgrGrn 14.70 +.05 +1.3
EqGiopn21.94 +.07 -4.8 AMgrinn 12.64 -.01 +27.9
Amer Century Inv: Balancn 17.09 +.04 +45.5
Balancedn16.51 +.01 +13.8 BloieChGrn4085 +16 -28.1
Eqlncn 8,09 +.02 +93.7 Canadan 34.14 +.48 +68.4
Growmln 1921 +.06 -35.0 CapApn 25.13 +.09 -6.2
Hedrgelnll.92 +.06 -9.6 Cplncrn 8.51 ... +34.7
IncGron 30.39 +.14 +0.8 ChiaRgn16.91 +.06 -4.5
IntDiscrn 1327 +.02 -18.6 CngSn 393.30 +1.55 +6,7
InlGrol n 8.88 +.04 -33.3 Contm n 56.69 +.37 +7.1
UfeSdn 4.90 +.02 NS CnvScn 21.08 +.06 +17.6
New Opp rn5.30 ... -632 Dest 12.64 +.08 -29.4
RealEstIn23.92 +.12+162.1 Desl1 11.36 +.06 -16&4
Selectln 37.42 +20 -24.1 DisEqn 25.51 +.15 -1.7
Ulhan 28.57 +.10 -28.1 DMvlntn 28.40 +.21 +21.0
Utiln 12.38 +.02 -10.2 DivGn 28.19 +.13 +16.6
, Valuelin 7.35 +.01 +89.4 ErMkn 13.32 +.04 +6.2
Amer Express A: Eqlncn 52.46 +.26 +33.9
Cal 5.29 -.01 +38.8 EQIIn 23.54 +14 +29.1
Discover 8.58 +.02 +7.5 ECapAp 21.70 +.11 +7.1
DB 11.16 +.07 +49.3 Europe .3425 +.08 +3.4
DiWrBd 4.93 -.01 +34.3 Exchn 267.83 +.93 +8.9
DvOppA 7.26 +.05 -8.3 Exxirtn 19.81 +.19 +29.6
EqSel 1257 +.09 -11.5 Fiden 29.79 +16 -16.3
Growth 2620 +.07 -48.9 fty rn 20.08 +.07 +4.7
HiYld 4.51 -.01 +36.1 FrlnOne n 24.91 +.08 +0.9
Insr 5.53 .01 +37.4 GNMAn 11.13 -.02 +39.8
MgdAlp 9.48 +.03 +9.2 Govtncn 1029 -.04 +42.4
Mass 5.48 -.01 +36.4 GroCon 53.71 +20 -39.6
idch 5.38 -.01 +36.9 Grolncn 37.71 +.14 -2.1
M=n 5.39 -.01 +37.6 Grolndln 9.56 +.04 -2.6
Mutialp 9.81 +.02 -92 Hinghcrn 9.06 -.01 +17.6
NwD 23.49 +.15 -25.7 IndepCn 17.48 +.04 -23.9
NY 520 -.01 .+38.1 IntBdn 10.53 -.03 +42.2
C a 5.37 -.01 +34.8 IntGovn 10.24 -.02 +38.0
PreMt 8.90 +.30 +88.6 InODiscn 27.99 +.12 +5.2
Sel 8.75 -.03 +30.6 inOSCprn2422 +.06 NS
SDGovt 4.79 -.01 +23.5 InvGBn 7.58 -.03 +45.9
Slockp 19.19 +.09 -16.7 Japann 12.51 +.06 -39.4
TEBd 3.95 ... +38.7 JpnSmn 12.61 -.03 -17.7.
Trdln 5.63 +.05 -34.0 LatlAn 22.27 -.04 +39.8
ThIlniM 7.15 +.05 -35.9 LevCoSkn23.44 +22 NS
Amer Express B: LowPrn 39.96 +.09+142,8
EqValp 1021 +.08 +11.8 Magelnnl03.20 +.55 -16,.
NwDt 2225 +14 -2.5 MIdCapn 22.92 +.11 +1,9
Amer Express Y: MtgSecn 1127 -.03+42.8
NwDn 23.60 +.15 -25.2 NwMktrn 14.20 -.04 +98.9
American Funds A: NwMilln 30.69 +.10 -21.2
AmcpAp 18.03 +.06 +13.0 OTCn 33.05 +.12 -452
AMutlAp 26.28 +.06 +48.8 Ovrnean 34.66 +.25 -16.3
BalAp 17.94 +.0 +.0+64.6 PcBsn. 19.86 +.03 -21.6
BondAp 13.66 -.03 +44.1 Purinn -.193 +.05 +35.8,-
CaplBAp 52.86 +13 +.13 +74.8 RealEn 268 +.15+16.6
CapWAp 19.382 +.02 +61.1 STBFn i 8.98 ... +30.8
CapWGAp33.79 +21 +47.6 SmCaplndn19.75 +.04 +34.8
EupacAp 35.41 +.24 -5.7 SmEnCpSrnl7.81 -.05 +49.8
FdInvAp 31.81 +20 +15.2 SEAslan 16.89 +.02 -3.0
GwtiAp 26.96 +.17 -1.4 StkSlcn 22.79 +14 -9.3
HITrAp 12.60 -.02 +42.0 Slratlncn 10.71 -.01 +469.1
InoAp 18.44 +.05 +63.3 Trendn 53.11 +.26 -10.4
IntBdAp 13.72 -.02 +33.2 USBIn 11.20 -.04 +47.0
ICAAp 30.55 +.16 +19.5 Mtlqyn 13.50 -.03 -30.8
NEcoAp 20.39 +.06 -26.7 ValStatn35.62 -20 +70.4
NPerAp 27.16 +20 +6.4 Valien 71.41 +25+104.8
NwWrdA 32.92 +.05 +22.1 Wrldwn 18.06 +.11 +8.5
SmCpAp 31.19 +.06 -16.7 Fidelity Selects:
TxExAp 12.65 -.02 +40. Aimn 3329 +.10 +52.2
WshAp 30.56 +.10 +40.8 Autonn 33.85 +,14 +74.4
American Funds B: Banldngn 38.82 +.04 +77.4
BaBt 17.87 +.03 NS BMotchn 53.00 -.08 -39.4
CapBBt 52.86 +.13 NS Brokrn 55.25 +.37 +49.4
GralhBt 26.19 +.17 NS Chelrn 6852 +.76+109.1
SIncoBt 18.35 +.05 NS Compin 33.83 -.01 -60.4
ICABI 30.41 +.15 NS Conidn 24.13 ... +3.1
WasdhBt 30.38 +.09 NS CstHon 45256 +.11+167.9
Ariel Mutual Fds: DfAern 66.64 +.52+112.7
Apprec 4650 +.17 +98.9 DCmn 17.90 -.05 -63.1
Addl 52.6 +08+142.8 Becend 37.65 +20 -66-.5
Artisan Funds: Enrgyn 35.91 +.92 +92.1
Ino 21.86 +.09 -19.7 EngSvn 46.6 +1.41 +85.0
MCap 28.91 1 +22.3 EnArn 13.66 +.05 +402
BaronFunds: FinSvn 117.05 +.72 +68.3
Asset 52.72 +.07 +19.5 Foodn 51.14 +21 +80.2
TGrwt 46.06 +.06 468.3 Gold en 25.89 +70 +790.5
Bemnstein Fds: Healhn 125.51 +.33 +9.8
Inur 13.4 .04 +37. HomFn 60.38 -.37+142.8
D"r 14.30 -.02 +306 IndMtn 38.40 +.44 +98.1
TDfxtV 222.2 +23 +27.4 Insurn 62.42 +.43+133.3
Tlln tVhs 2227. Leisrn 75.71 +.12 +-1.1
SBlackRock A: MedDIn 40 .08 +26+178.6
AuroMrA 39.17 +.10+102.8 Mdn +26 7
MdEqSysn23.69 +.15+103.1
Legacy 13.03 +.06 -18.1 Mutidn 4379 +.. -.2
Brmwel F nd: N NTIoas n 32.27 +.93+127.6
Gro etp 19.45 +.09 -19.4 Papern 30.82 +.04 +35.7
Brandywine Fds: Phannmn 8.56 -.04 NS
Bndenn27.00 +.12 -8.4 Retain 50.74 -.04 +13.4
Brinson Funds Y: Softlwn 48.16 -.33 -27.1
HiYIdlYn 7.49 -.01 +39.8 Techn 56.90 +.16 -62.7
CGM Funds: Telcmn 35.02 -24 -60.4
CapDvn 3023 +258 +14.6 Tras n 40.85 +29 +99.3
Mutn 2620 +.35 +9.4 LlGrn 39.20 -.14 -31.3
Calaose Funds: Wirelssn 5.62 -.01 NS
GrIncAp 29.19 +.07 +33.2 Fidelity Spartan:
U SlwtAp 50.68 +.02 +31.5 CAMunn 12.72 -.03 +43,0
GrowtrCt46.80 +.01 +28.7 CTMunrn11.80 -.03 +41.2
Calvert Group: Eqldcn 42.40 +.17 -9.4
Incop 1720 -.04 +52.3 .5001nrn 82.48 +.34 -9.3
IntEqAp 18.87" +.15 -16.0 FLMurn 11.85 -.03 +42.2
MBCAI 10.41 ... +26.1 Govinn 11.11 -.04 +44.7
Munint 11.01 -.01 +33.7 InvGiBdn 10.73 -.04 +47.7
Sodaelp 27.43 +.03 +3.5 MDMurn11.16 -.02 +40.1
SocBdp 16.16 -.05 +48.7 MAMunn12.27 -.03 +43.8
SocEqAp33.74 +.11 +20.8 MIMunn 12.19 -.03 +43.0
TxFU 10.61 ... +15.2 MNMunn11.73 -.02 +39.8
.TxFLgp 16.88 -.01 +41.2 Munilncn 13.23 -.03 +47.4
, TxFVT 16.15 -.02 +35.6 NJMunrn11.00 -.02 +42.9
C Chipper 87.33 -.34+872 NYMunn 13.24 -.03 +46.6
Cohen & Steers: Oh Munn 12.11 -.02 +44.3
RltyShls 66.35 +.27+151.1 PAMunrn11:12 -.03-+41.5
Columbia Class A: 05h1kun 10.37 ... +25.6
Acmrnt 25.59 +.05 NS To~ktlInn32.63 +.13 -7.7
Columbia Class Z: First Eagle:
AcomZ 26.11 +.04 +70,5 GIalA 38093 +.14+119.0
SAcomilntZ 2955 +.14 -7.8 OverseaSA22.01 +.10+117.0
LargeCo 27.56 +.12 -9.9 First Investors A
SmalICo 21.13 +.07 +91.1 BICtpAp 20.23 +.12 -27.4
Columbia Funds: GlotiAp 6.51 +.03 -10.1
ReEsEqZ 25.61 +.05+136.7 GovtAp 11.10 -.01 +35.6
Davis Funds A: GrolnAp 13.07 +07 -10.3
NYVenA 31.14 +25 +20.4 IoAp 3,23 -.01 +29.8
Davis Funds B: InvGrAp 10.11 -.04 +44.2
NYVenB 29.00 +24 +15.6 MATFAp 12.24 -.02 41.1
NYenC 30.05 +24 +15.8 :pAp 05.02 +11 +42
Delaware Invest A: MNJTFAp 12.28 -.02 437.1
Telap I11.7 +44A,8 NYlFAp 14.81 -.02 439.6
eLaSae Invest B: PATFAp 13.44 -.01 +39A
DelawarelInvest B: SpSitAp 18.90 +.02 -25.7
Delin 1 339 TxExAp 1038 -.02 +39.2
SelGrBt 19.96 -.03 -50.9 ToIRIAp 13,65 +.04 +2.2
DimensIonal Fda: VadseBp 6.42 +.03 -16.3
IntSmVan16`10 +11+134.3 Firsthand Funds:
USLaVan 19.89 +.08 +74.7 ni,T, ,, "ni uc


USM ron1453 -.04 +60.8 TchVal 2691 .. -75.4
USSmal n18.91 +.01 +49.0 FranktempFmk A:
USSmVa2606 +.01+125.7 AGEAp 2.16 ... +40.8
EmgMkIn 17.00 +.06 +23.7 AUSp 902 -.01 +20.6
IntVan 16.36 +.14 62.1 ALTFAp 11.75 -.02 +41.6
DFAREn 2197 +.10+157.4 AZTFAp 11.34 -.01 +41.7
Dodge&Cox: Ballnvp 57.87 +.13+117.3
Balanced 78.98 +22 1.1 CallnsAp 12.91 -.03 +43.1
me 12.94 -03 +496 CAIntAp 11.78 -.02 +35.3
in Ot 30.93 +.17 NS CaFAp 7.39 -.02 +43.8
Stock 128.74 +.75 +91.3 CapGrA 10.62 +.02 -29.5
Dreyfus: COTFAp 1220 -.03 +43.4
Aprec 39.05 +.19 -0.9 CTTFAp 1123 -.03 +42.1
Discp 31.81 +.18 -17.8 CvtScAp 15.93 -.04 +40.6
Dreyf 10.13 +.04 -16.7 DblITFA 12.12 -.02 +41.4
MDi00nt 34.88 +.14 -11.0 DynTchA 23.13 +.13 -19.4
EmgLd 42.95 +.15 +12.2 EqlncAp 20.77 +.10 +45.8
FLIntr 13.55 -.02 +31.9 Fedintp 11.70 -.03 +37.7
insMutn 1823 -.04 +39.2 FedTFAp 12.29 -.02 +40.8
SWalAr 28.60 +.08 +46.6 FLTFAp 12.14 -.02 +43.3
Dreyfus Founders: GATFAp 12.34 -.03 +42.9
GrrowlhBn 9.87 +.01 -60.8 GoldPrMA17.63 +.52 +91.5
GrwthFpn10.31 +.01 -48.7 GrwthAp 32.94 +.09 +2.6
Dreyfus Premier: HYTFAp 10.88 -.02 +39.2
CoreEqAt 14.63 +.07 -7.0 IncomAp 2.49 ... +74.5
Coalvp 30.31 +.13 +20.7 InsTFAp 12.55 -.02 +42.8
LidHYdAp 7.59 ... +17.9 NYITFp 11.21 -.02 +38.6
TnIgGCt 15.68 +.08 -10.0 LATFAp 11.83 -.02 +43.7
TchGroA 21.47 +.07 -65.0 LMGvScA 10.16 ... +28.7
Eaton Vance CI A: MDTFAp 11.93 -.03 +42.9
ChKnaAp 13.82 +.07 -13.1 MATFAp 12.11 -.02 +43.4


11HO T RADTH3 UTALFUD ABE


Here are the 1.000 biggest mutual funds lisled on Nasdaq. Tables
show the lund name. sell price or Net Asset Value (NAV) and daily
net change, as well as one total return figure as lollows-

Tues: 4-wk total return ( %)
Wed: 12-mo total return (o
Thu: 3-yr cumulative total return ('
Fri: 5-yr cumulative total return ()
Name: Name of mutual tuna and family.
NAV: Net asset value
Chg: Nel change in price of NAV.
Total return: Percent change in NAV Ior the time period shown, with
dividends reinvested It period longer than 1 year. return is cumula-
tive.
Data based on NAVs reponeal to Upper by 6 p m. Eastern.
Footnotes: e Ex-capital gains dismbution. I Previous day's
quota. n No-load fund. p Fund assets used to pay distribution
costs. r Redemption fee or contingent deferred sales load may
apply. s Stock dividend or splitll. 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


MITFAp 12.48 -.02 +41.0
MNInsA 12.37 -.02 +41.2
MOTFAp 12.47 -.03 +44.7
NJTFAp 12.32 -.02 +43.2
NYlnsAp 11.82 -.02 439.6
NYTFAp 12.04 -.02 +40.4
NCTFAp 12.49 -,03 +44.4
OtiolAp 12.79 -.03 +41.4
ORTFAp 12.05 -.02 +42.2
PATFAp 10.60 -.02 +42.3
ReEScA p 25.75 +.12+155.6
RIsDvAp 31.85 +.11 +86.3
SMCpGrA 33.46 +.25 -31.3
USGovAp 6.66 -.01 +38,8
UIlsAp 11.37 -.01 +70.2
VATFAp 12.03 -.02 +42.3
Frank/Temp Frnk B:
Incomnl p 2.49 ... +70.2
IncomeBt 2.48 ... NS
Frank/Temp Fmk C:
IncimC t 2.50 ... +69.8
Frank/Temp Mtl A&B:
QualidAt 19,21 +.08 +67.1
SharesA 22.87 +.09 +60.9
Frank/Temp Temp A:
DvMidAp 18.78 +.01 +26.1
ForgnAp 12.18 +.04 +31.6
GIBdAp 10,88 +.04 +76.1
GmrthAp 22,64 +.10 +52.4
IntxEMp 14.63 +.06 +29.6
WorklAp 17.64 +.07 +22.2
Frank/Temp Tmp B&C:
DevMkC 18.45 ... +22.0
FoninCp 12.04 +.04 +26.8
GE Elfun S&S:
S&Shc 1159 -.04 +46.1
S&SPM 44.75 +.21 +1.7
GMO Trust III:
EmMkr 17.73 +.01 +67.6
For 14.82 +.12 +42.6
GMO Trust IV:
EmrMd 17.69 ... +67.0
Gabelll Funds:
Asset 41.24 +.13 +29.7
Gartmore Fds D:
Bond 9.82 -.04 +46.4
GvABdD 10.38 -.04 +44.3
GrowlhD 6.58 +.04 -45.6
NalionwD 20.23 +.1t +5.6
TxFrr 10.75 -.01 +41.3
Goldman Sachs A:
GdrncA 25.18 +.02 +14.2
SimCapA 41.46 +.15+144.9
Guardian Funds:
GBGInGrA13.03 +.06 -31.0
ParkAA 30.86 +.10 -40.6
Harbor Funds:
Bond 11.91 -.014 +0.9
CapAplnst 27.36 +.18 -39.2
Intlr 42.50 +.22 +31.6
Hartford Fds A:
AdvrsAp 15.12 +.06 +3.0
CpAppA o33.81 +.17 +18.1
DivGtnAp 18.78 +.11 +33.9
SmICoAp 15.91 +.02 -21.8
Hartford HLS IA:
CapApp 52.85 +.2 -+33.6
Div&Gr 20.69 +.12 +37.4
Advisers 23.11 +.09 +3.4
tOlck 45.66 +.32 -15.2
HolBalFdn15.54 +.05 +0.1
ISI Funds:
NoAmnp 7.46 -.03 +43.0
JPMorgan A Class:
CapGro 37.95 +.10 +22.9
Grolnc 32.80 +.09 +4.9
Januss:
Balanced 21,05 +.04 +3.9
Contralan 12.94 +.02 NS
CoreEq 19.94 +.08 -11.5
Enrleprn 36.88 +.12 -58.9
FedrEn 7,.13 -.01 .+32.5
. Fbqcn 9.74 -.03 +38.1
Fundn 23.3 +.15. -43.3
GI LifeSdrn17.35 +.05 -20.2
Girechrn 1021 +.02 -71.2
Gdnc 31.89 +.15 -22.9
Mercury 20.83 +.04 -605
MdCpVaI 21.78 +.10+121.5
Olympsn27.66 +.20 -52.7
Odonn 6.88 +.03 NS
Ovrseas r 2425 +.04-32.6
ShTmBd 2.91 ... +25.9
Twenty 41.11 +.27 -49.2
Venturn 56.75 +.09 -45.2
WddMWr 40.94 +.13 -44.5
Janus Aspen Instl:
WrldwGr 26.46 +.08 -43.5
JennlsonDryden A:
HIYlAp 5.92 -.01 +27.6
InsuredA 11.15 -.02 +39.0
MUityA 12.01 +.08 +42.7
JennisonDryden B:
GrotiB 12.55 +.09 -43.5
HiYRBt 5.91 -.01 +24.4
InsuredB 11.16 -.03 +37.3
Jensen 24.24 -.06+29.4
John Hancock A:
BondAp 15.42 -.05 +44.6
S1inA p 7.11 +.02 +43.7
John Hancock B:
SlincB 7.11 +.02 +38.9
Julius Baer Funds:
IntlEqA 31.48 +22 +6.7
ItDEqlr 32.02 +22 +7.9
Legg Mason: Fd
OpporTrt 14.38 -.10 +642
Splnvp 44.00 -.27 +38.1
VaTrrp 62.21 +.07 +13.5
Legg Mason Instl:
ValTdrns 67.89 +.08 +19.3
Longleasf Partners:
Partners 30.98 -.0 2 +89.2
IMll 15.57 -.01 +79.7
SmCap 29.22 -.10 +95.4
Loomis Sayles:
LSBOndl 13.79 ... +72.4
Lord Abbett A:
AfalA 14.51 +.094 +32.0
Bd Ap 6.12 ... +4.0
GllncAp 7.50 ... +45.0
MidCpAp 21.71 +.07+132.9
MFS Funds A:
MITAp 17.18 +.08 -8.7
MIGAp 12.01 +.01 -37.4
EmGAp 30,85 -.10 -49,3
GrOpAp 8.62 -.,,'-37,9
HilnAp 4.01 -.01 +272
MFLAp 10.31 -.01 +42.6
TotRAp 15.92 ... +61.7
ValBeAp 23.19 +.10 +58.8
MFS Funds B:
MIGB 11.04 +,01 -39.4
GvScBt 9.74 -.03 +34,7
HllnB 4.03 ... +23.3
MulnIt 8.76 -.01 +34.8
TotRBt 15.92 +.01 +46.9
MaInStay Funds B:
BChGB p 9.31 +.07 -42.6
9YBt 126.36 +.13 -44.2
N 12.81 +.01 +10.8
GovlBt 8.39 -.03 +32.7
HYldBBt 6.49 -.01 +39.8
IntlEqB 12.65 +.11 -1,7
ResValBt ,.. ... NA
SmCGBp 14.50 +.04 -39.4
TotRtBt 18.54 +.06 -16.7
Matra & Power:
Growth 68.86 +.06 +97.8
Managers Funds:
SpdEqn 88.69 +.24 +0.5
Marsico Funds:
Fousp 15.97 +.03 -222
Merrill Lynch A:
'GIAlp 16239 +.06 +59.4
HeallthAp 6.15 +.04 +24.4

BaCpBt 25.93 +.08 +1442
BaVI 31.05 +24 +26.9
BdHinc 5.32 -.01 +24.8
SCalnsMB 11.87 -.01 +39.6
CrBPtBt 11.87 -.04 +37.3
CplTBI 12.06 -.03 +37.9
EqutyDiv 14.50 +.13 +45.4
EuroBt 14.70 +.12 +32.6
FocValt 12.54 +.08 +25.3
FndlGBt 15.59 +.11 -36.8
FLMBt 10.49 -.01 +40.7
G00Bt 16.08 +.06 +53.4
Heael/Bt 4.66 +.03 +19.8
LatABt 24.46 -.05 +52.3
MnlnBt 8.01 -.02 +39.3
ShT'JSGt 9.25 -.01 +19.1
MuSiilT 10.02 ... +15.1
MulntBt 10.77 -.01 +35.6
MNtBt 10.65 -.01 +42.2
NJMB1 10.75 -.01 +39.4
NYMBIt 11.20 ... +30.7
NatRsTBt 34.60 +.91+140.6
PacBt 18.70 +.11 -17.5
PAMBt 11.51 -.01 +39.7
ValueOpp 123.84 +.05 +68.8
USGvMtgt10.32 -.03 +34.7
Ufl'bst 10.88 +.03 -4.1
WIdlnBt 6.55 +.02 +55.9
Merrill Lynch I:
Basapl 26.71 +.09 +20.2
BaVI 31.74 +24 .33.5
BdHiInc 5.32 ... +29.8
CaInsMB 11.86 -.02 +43.0
CIBPlIt 11.87 -.04 +42.6
CpTIf 12.05 -.04 +41,3


DvCapp 17.48 ... +10.1
EquilyDv 14.54 +.13 +53.0
Euro/I 17.08 +.14 +39,7
FocVall 13.73 +.09 +31.8
FLMI 10.49 -.01 +44.3
GIAJIt 16.44 +.06 +61.4
Health 6.66 +.05 +26.2
LatAI 25.60 -.04 +60.6
Mnlnl 8.02 -.01 +44.8
MnShtT 10.02 ... +17.1
Mum 10.77 -.01 +37.8
MNatll 10.66 ... +47.8
NatRsTrt 36,44 +,96+153.4
Pacd 20,33 +.12 -13.1
ValueOpp 26.45 +.06 +77.7
USGvlMtg10.32 -.03 +40.0
UtRillt 10.91 +.03 -0,3
WIdncl 6.55 +.02 +61.7
Midas Funds:
Midas Fd 2.00 +.07 +63,9
Monetta Funds:
Monettan 10.30 +.05 -36.5
Morgan Stanley B:
AmOppB 22.27 +12 -40.7
DivGtB 37.06 +.25 +16.8
GbDIvB 13,71 +.08 +26.0
GrwthB 11.62 +.04 -33.7
StamB 17.63 +.02 -1.6
USGvtB 9.23 -.03 +39.3
MorganStanley Inst:
GIValEqAnl17.56 +.10 +29,3
IntlEqn 20.76 +.11 +56.7
Under Funds:
NetNetAp16.52 -.13 -81.3
Mutual Series:
BeacnZ 15.92 +.07 +65.9
DiscZ 24.23 +.11 +59.9
QuahfdZ 19.30 +.08 +70.0
SharesZ 22.99 +.09 +63.7
Nations Funds Inv B:
FocEqBt 16.90 +.03 -22.6
MaisGrBt 16,33 +.04 -20.3
Nations Funds Pdr A:
IntVIPrAn 22.58 +19 +62.1
Neuberger&Berm Inv:.
Focus 36.83 +.08 +202
Inmr 18.65 +.12 -4.4
Neuberger&Berm Tr:
Genesis 42.80 +.19+127.9
Nicholas Applegate:
EmgGroln 9.98 .+.01 -48.3
Nicholas Group:
Nichn 60.84 +.38 +0.5
Nchinn 2.24 ... +18.0
Northern Funds:
SmCpldxn 9.88 +.01 +18.3
Technlyn 10.79 ... -72.6
Nuveen Cl R:
InMunRx 11.15 -.06 +40.2
Oak Assoc Fds:
WhieOrkGn31.61 +.10 -52.1
Oakmark Funds I:
Eqtylncrn23.39 +.11 +86.9
Globalin 21.82 +.14+152.6
Intlirn 21.29 +.10 +65.7
Oawk akrn41.01 +12 +81.6
Seectrn 3264 +.15+102.2
One Group I:
Bond In 10.96 -.04 +48.1
Oppenheimer A:
AMTFMu 10.10 -.02 +44.5
AMTFrNY 1284 ,,. +42.7
CAMunfiAp1124 -.03 +61.5
CapApAp40.47 +.13 -18.4
CGa ncAp 12.47 -.01 +50.0
ChncAp 9.71 -.01 +29.1
Disc p 41.87 -.02 -28.8
Equ yA 10.69 +.04 -5.1
G0bAp 58.54 +21 +4.1
GbOppA 31.42 +.02 -3.1
Gold p 16.13 "+.55+112.7
HiYdAp, 9.77 -.01 +27.6
LtdTmMu 15.65 -.01 +42.4
MnStFdA 35.05 +.15 -5.8
MidCapA 16.10 +.04 -48.4
PAMurtAp12.61 -.03 +55.0
ShinAp 4.33 ... +48.0
USGvp 9.80 -.03 +40.6
Oppenheimer B:
AMTFMu 10.07 -.02 +39.1
AMTFriNY 12.84 ... +37.3
CplncBt 12.34 -.01 +44.0
ChlncBt 9,70 ... +24.5
EquilyB 10.35 +.04 -9.1
HiYtdBt 9.62 -.01 +228
MnStFdB 34.05 +15 -9.4
StincBt 4.35 ... +42.8
Oppenhelm Quest:
QBalA '17.81 +.15 +31.6
QBalB 17.58 +.14 +27.2
Oppenheimer Roch:
RoMuAp 18.08 -.01 +47.8
PBHG Funds:
SelGnrthn20.54 +14 -70.4
PIMCO Admin PIMS:
TodtAd 10.72 -.01 +50.0
PIMCO InstI PIMS:
AEAsset 12.79 +.01 NS
ComodRR 15.02 +.18 NS
HIYId 9.99 -.01 +42.1
LowDu 10.17 -.01 +32.0
RealRll 11.56 -.04 +70.8
TotRM 10.72 -.01 +51.9
PIMCO Funds A:
RenaisA 25.11 -.07+130.3
ReiRtAIp 11.56 -.04 +67.1
ToRIAt 10.72 -.01 +48.4
PIMCO Funds C:
GwlhCt 17.28 +.11 -47.2
TargICt 15.51 +.07 -33.7
TotRICt 10.72 -.01 +42.9
Phoenix Funds:
BalanA 14.87 +.01 +16.1
StrAlAp 15.68 +.01 +15.8
Phoenix-Aberdeenn :
InAtl 10.07 +.04 -18.5
WIdOpp 8.40 +.03 -6.2
Phoenlx-Engemann
CapGrA 14.57 +.04 -80.5
Pioneer Funds A:
BalanAp 9.74 +.02 +12.9
BondAp 9.45 -.02 +49.1
EqlncAp 28.87 +.09 +36.0
EuropAp 30.21 +.33 -26.2
GwhA p 11,94 +.06 -35.,6
HiYdAp 11.53 -.01 +68.8
IntlValA 17,31 +18 -31.1
MdCpGrA 14.69 +.06 -21.2
MdCVA p 24.62 +.07 +89.7
PionFAp41.55 +.21 +0.5
TxFreAp 11.78 -.02 +40.0
VakieAp 17.70 +.10 +30.1
Pioneer Funds B:
HIYdBt 11.57 -.02 NS
MdCpVB 22.10 +,07 +82.0
Pioneer Funds C:
HiYdCt 11,68 -.01 NS
Price Funds:
Balance 19.70 +.06 +23.1
BIChlpn 30.11 +.14 -12.3
CABonodn11.22 -.02 +40.7
CapAppn 19.45 +.09+102.8
DivGron 22.70 +.06 +27.0
Eqlncn 26.50 +.10 +59,6
Eqndexn 32.21 +.13 -9.,9
Europen 19,80 +.18 -6.7
FUntrin 11.08 -.01 +32.9
GNMAn 9.69 -.01 +40.7
Growth n 26.06 +.10 -2.1
Gr&lnn 22.19 +.11 +22.2
HtnhSdn 21.98 -.02 +29.6
HWieldn 7.19 ... +43.2
ForEqn 15.28 +.13 -20.6
IntlBondn 10.21 +.04 +51.8
IntDisn 33.33 +21 -6.7
InStIkn 12.79 +.10 -22.3
Japan n 8.36 +.08 -38.7
Latsmn 16.81 -.02 +48.0
MDShrin 5.18 ... +18,8
MDBmdn10.89 -.02 +41.0
MldCapn 48.47 +.16 +33.0
MCapVal n22.36 +.09+128.5
NAmer n 32.34 +.11 -14.4
NAs/Lian 10.19 -.01 -4.4
NewEran34.91 +.63+108.5
NHorfzn 28.78 -.05 +8.6
N/ncn 9.18 -.02 +44.2
NYBondn 1153 -.02 +42.3
PSIncn 14.80 +.03 +37.5
ReaFsIsn 17.13 +.07+1672
SoTecn 1021 +.02 -68.8
ShIBdn 4.75 ... +30.6
SmCpS'tn30.95 +.10 +6803
SmCapValn35.08 +.07+138.8
SpecGrn 16.64 +.07 +12.6
Specinn 12.07 ... +51.5
TFlncn 10.18 -.02 +42.6
TxFrHn 11.93 -.01 +40.8
TFnlian 11.38 -.02 +34.4
TxFrSI n 5.43 ... +25.3
USflntn 5.48 -.02 +41.6
USTLgn 12.19 -.11 +55.7
VABondn 11.89 -.02 +43.0
Vasue/n 22.68 +.08 +57.7
Putnam Funds A:
AmGvAp 9.12 -.03 +.35.6
AZTE 9.44 -.01 +39.0
ClscEqAp12.69 +.04 +16.0
Convp 17.25 -.03 +11.4
/dscGr 16.85 +.02 -57.7
DvinAp 10.39 ... +45.4
EuEq 20.67 +,13 -12.8
FLTxA 9.40 -.01 +39.6


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GeoAp 18.14 +.02 +34.6 USAA Group:
GIGvAp 13.04 +.03 +50.2 AgvGt 28.05 +.06 -56.4
GIbEnyp 8.3 +.05-21,2 CABd 11.39 -.02 +43.6
GrinA p 19.38 +.08 +23.7
H/thAp 57.95 +.26 -1.1 CmstSIr 26.47 +,11 +24.9
HlYdAp 8.26 ... +32.3 GNMA 9.83 -.02 +40.1
HYAdAp 6.22 ... +32.1 GrTxStr 14.47 +.02 +3.2
IncmA p 6.91 -.02 +39.4
IntlEqp 23.37 +.16 -15.2 Grwlh 13.33 +.04 -43.0
IntGrinp 11.70 +07 +15.1 Gr&Inc 1827 +.10 +13.1
InvAp 12.53 +,05 -32.2 IncSt 16.65 +.07 +28.7
MITxp 9.15 -.01 +37.6
MNTxp 9.17 -.01 +38.5 Inco 12.52 -.04 46.3
MunlAp 8.85 -.02 +36.0 Intl 21.50 +.14 +5.2
NJTxAp 9,36 -.01 +37.6 NYBd 12.23 -.02 +47.6
NwOpAp 40.79 +.08 -53.2
OTCAp 7.20 ;.. -79,0 PrecMM 14.69 +.47+170.5
-PATE 9.28 -.01 +41,0 SdTech 9.02 +.01 -57.7
TxExAp 8.98 -.01 +39.1 ShtTBnd 8.94 -.01 +18.8
TFInAp 15.31 -.02 +41.4
TFHYA 12.9631 -.02 +430.94 SmCpStk 13.39 +.05 -8.7
USGvAp 13.31 -.02 +35.8 TxEt 13.47 -.02 +39.1
LUtlAp 10.30 -.01 +4.3 TxELT 14.36 -.02 +48.1
VstaAp 9.36 +,04 -37.5 TxESh 10.75 -.01 +22.5
VoyAp 16.16 +06 -42.9
Putnam Funds B: VABd 11,89 -.02 +442
CapAprt 17.45 +.08 -17.3 WldGr 17.67 +.08 -8.9
ClscEqBt 12.58 +.04 +11.8 Value Line Fd:
DiscGr 15.62 +.02 -59.3
DvdnBt 10.30 -.01 +39.8 LevGtn 25.33 +.16-28.7
EqInct 17.38 +.07 +43.3 Van Kamp Funds A:
EuEt 19.97 +.12 -16.0 CATFAp 1920 -04 +43.4
FLTxB I 9.39 -.02 +30 CATFp 19.29
GeoBt 17.95 +.02 +29.7 CmstAp 1821 +.04 +69.7
GIIncBt 13.00 +.03 +44.8 CpBdAp 6.83 -.03 +43.4
GIbEq I 7.66 +.04-24.0 EGA p 37.59 +.25 -55.0
GINtRst 24.05 +.46 +77.9
GrInBt 19.08 +.08 +19.1 EqincAp 8.62 +.03 +4.0
HIthBt 52.98 +24 -4.7 Exch 349.90 +3.87 -5.0
HiYkBt 8.22 ... +27.5 GrinAp 20.15 +11 +39.8
HYAdBt 6.14 ... +26.7
InnBt 6.7 -.02 443 HarbAp 14.60 -.04 -12.7
IntGrnt 11.51 +.07 +11.0 HIYIdA 3.74 ... +11.1
Intlopt 10.98 +.12 -48.6 HYMuAp 10.84 -.01 +382
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S "Wherever there is a human
being, there is an opportunity for
kindness."


Seneca


Recent recognition that
our community lacks
mental health services
for a sizable portion of our popu-
lation is a hopeful sign that
progress is being made to pro-
vide, a compassionate and help-
ing hand.
County Judge Mark Yerman
has been pushing for a mental
health court for several years.
He has put together grant appli-
cations and explored other ways
such a court could become an
alternative to sending the men-
tally ill to jail.
Newly elected
Circuit Judge THE If
Stephen Spivey has Helpir
been a mental mental
health advocate for
years. He has been OUR 0F
on the board of the
Centers, a mental Make it
health care i -
provider in Marion
and Citrus counties. He also
helped found Recovery House
Inc., a home for recovering alco-
holics.
Sheriff Jeff Dawsy has also
taken a strong interest in help-
ing the effort, since his deputies
devote a good portion of their
time dealing with the mentally
ill.
It is good then to see that
Circuit Judge Ric Howard is now
also speaking out about the need
to find alternatives to jailing the
mentally ill who run afoul of the
law.
Howard made that clear when
he spoke at a meeting of the
Citrus affiliate of the National
Alliance of the Mentally Ill this
month. Working with an active
and committed group like NAMI
shows his understanding and
commitment to helping the men-
tally ill in this county.
It's also gratifying that
Anthony Schembri, the secretary
of the Florida Department of
Juvenile Justice, has expressed
the same kind of concern that
the mentally ill are being unfair-
ly criminalized. The turn-around
he is effecting in DJJ includes
putting an emphasis on treat-


Great groomer S 01
I'm calling to just let
everyone know in Citrus
County that in Floral City
we are so lucky to have a
wonderful dog groomer.
We're new to the county
and we found the lady and
owner at Gretta's Touch to CALL
be wonderful and caring 563
with our dog. Great job, 563-
Floral City, for having such
a wonderful lady down
here.
Not much help
Where's all the help that you're
supposed to get from FEMA and
from the small-business loans? If
you don't have perfect credit and
make a lot of money, small-busi-
ness loans turns you down. What
happened with all that they said
they would help you?
Can crusher
Where can I buy a can crusher in
this town? The home-improvement
stores don't carry them; the hard-
ware stores don't carry them; the
grocery stores don't carry them; the
liquor store doesn't carry them; and


ment of mentally ill youths, lead-
ing to restoring health and sta-
bility to young citizens whose
mental problems have con-
tributed to their troubles with
the law.
All of these advocates say
more help must be given the
mentally ill.
They all turn to the Florida
Legislature to create alterna-
tives to jail and prison for our
mentally ill population.
A mental health court, they
say, will only be effective if the
judge has places to
send the mentally
;SUE: ill before them;
g the places other than
lly ill jail.
y The Centers, a
PINION: nonprofit agency,
would be the natu-
happen. ral provider of pro-
grams, but that
cash-strapped
organization needs a legislative
mandate and the money to make
that happen.
Now it's time for our legisla-
tors to get on board to meet the
challenge to recognize the
unfairness of punishing people
with illnesses. Providing help is
an investment in the future of
our communities.
NAMI and the Centers (for-.
merly Marion-Citrus Mental
Health) are partnering to create
a proven program called
Clubhouse where, in a support-
ive atmosphere, the mentally ill
can be brought back into society
and the workforce.
Money is being raised to make
that happen.
What we see here in the past
several months is a growing com-
mitment to face the problem
squarely, not to ignore the chal-
lenges presented by mental ill-
ness and not to hide the mental-
ly ill away in jail cells as we have
in the past.
It's up to individuals and
other leaders in the community
to let our legislators know that
we are all in this together and
that helping the mentally ill is a
priority.


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the recycling center does-
n't carry it. No one seems
to have them. Everybody's
heard of them, but no one
seems to have them. I'm
going to call Bill O'Reilly at
the Fox News Network. I'll
bet he can find me one,
and I'm very, very serious.
Zoning change


ju u Another sneaky one
from the county. We live in
Lecanto, on Maynard, and now,
without any of the neighbors know-
ing, there's going to be low-income
rental apartments here. The land
has been rezoned from family to
commercial. There goes our nice,
quiet neighborhood. They didn't
even get notified of it.
Smoke and mirrors
Fox is the laughingstock of net-
work news. Half-truths, smoke and
mirrors, innuendos. The real net-
works, however, honor our dead war
heroes every evening. You don't see
that on Fox. After all, it's foreign
owned. If you want real truth, watch
C-Span and CNN.


Get involved: Help kids out


CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE
EDITORIAL BOARD
Qerry Mulligan ........................ publisher
Charlie Brennan .......................... editor
Neale Brennan ..... promotions/community affairs
Kathle Stewart ........advertising services director
Steve Arthur .............. Chronicle columnist
Mike Arnold .....................managing editor
Fo e Jim Hunter ........................senior reporter
by Albert M. Curt Ebitz.................... citizen member
Williamson Mike Moberley ..... ............. guest member
"You may difer uith my choice, but not my right to choose."
David S. Arthurs publisher emeritus

COMMUNITY ACTION



Legislature



should aid



mentally ill


m adults in their lives.
Their guest speaker was
an old friend and Inverness
resident, Anthony
- Schembri, who heads
N Florida DJJ. Schembri said
r he wants other similar pro-
grams to be formed
throughout Florida.
"Faith-based groups like
yours help us a lot," he said.
Arthur "We need to use the social
LES glue of our communities.
IBLES We can call upon the gover-
nor's mentoring program to
help. There are retired cops
and deputies too, who know these kids.
Instead of hiring new people and
spending more money, we can use peo-
ple in the community to help these
kids."
Here are some other ways to make
yourself useful in helping children:
N If you want to help children by
becoming a mentor in one of our
schools, the district is having two-
hour-long training for new volunteers
and mentors at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday,
Feb. 23 at the District Services Center,
1007 W Maini St, in Inverness.
Truth is, you could help a lot There
are kids who are being left behind in
our schools, kids who have nobody tak-
ing an active interest in who they are
and what they are doing. These boys
and girls need an adult'who can sit
with them a few hours a week and help
them with their work or just talk with
them, person to person.


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Parents of children with a variety
of disabilities or who are experiencing
problems in school due to unspecified
reasons may request in writing to have
their child evaluated for ESE status.
Once they have that status, the child is
eligible for a number of federally man-
dated services to ensure their child
gets a free and appropriate education
in the least restrictive setting.
At8 a.m. this Saturday STAND the
Statewide Advocacy Network on
Disabilities is presenting an infor-
mational meeting for parents and
caregivers to learn about federal pro-
tections and individualized education
plans for their children. It will be at
the Builder's Association Building,
1196 S. Lecanto Highway (County
Road 491), Lecanto.
In two weeks the Citrus affiliate of
the National Alliance for the Mentally
Ill, also known as NAMI, has a work-
shop called "Parents and Healthy
Minds: Partnering to Meet Childret' -
Mental Health Needs." This workshop
will begin at 8:45 a.m. Feb. 26 at
Withlacoochee Technical Institute in
Inverness and will feature a number of
experts who can help parents, teach-
ers and others learn more about how
to help a growing number of children
with a wide variety of mental issue.
More about this one later.

Steve Arthur, a Chronicle colum-
nist, can be reached at 564-2923 or at
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Iraq war isn't justified
This is for all you people who feel
everyone should support G.W Bush
because of the Iraq War. Well; as a
World War II vet, both sides of the
'world Europe and Asia and called
back for Korea as a reserve, I feel the
same as the other half the country.
This is a senseless war.
The 9/11 Commission of experts
reported there was no connection of
Iraq or Saddam in 9/11.
G.W Bush has Saddam in jail; bin
Laden is free.
Fifteen of the 19 hijackers were
Saudis; not one was from Iraq.
G.W Bush made a famous speech
from the Navy Carrier: Mission
accomplished. That was about 2 1/2-
plus weeks after the invasion. Do you
Bush backers realize how many were
killed and crippled in this mess
since?
Do you people know, Clinton left
G.W Bush a surplus. G.W started a
deficit (shortly afterward.) Now, after
his first four years, we have a deficit
of (a greater deficit) and counting.
"This dollar" amount is minor com-
pared to the lives lost and crippled
this war has made. G.W. Bush started
this war for one reason: 9/11. If so,
why isn't bin Laden in jail?
Art Clark
Citrus Springs
Vote Congress seats out
There is only one chance to save
the country, and that is to vote practi-
cally every politician, both
Republicans and Democrats, out of
office. Let's clean house and do it
now.
Especially, we need to clean out
Congress. They have given our coun-
try to the U.N. and spent us into per-
petual debt, while feathering their
own nest They have robbed us of our
freedom by passing unconstitutional


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laws and creating unconstitutional
agencies. They have trampled the Bill
of Rights in the name of protecting us.
They have destroyed millions of jobs
under the guise of "free trade." They
will do nothing to stop illegal immi-
gration. They have presided over the
slide from a once-proud republic into
democratic socialism.
But, why should they change when
the voters keep believing their lies
and re-electing them over and over?
The voters are as dumb as the politi-
cians are corrupt.
Dennis Morris
Beverly Hills

Politicians should get S.S.
While we're getting ready to retire
after many yard years of working and
paying into the system, we hope
things will be fine when it is our turn
to collect as senior citizens. We are
told that there may not be any money
left in the system, or that we may be


Editor
aced with less of a benefit (how small!
it is) than we were told we could
expect when we get old.
The congressmen who tell us they
are so concerned and want to fix the
system, have been robbing from this
trust fund to balance their budgets
during the many years that have paslt
Why would you think or believe in
someone who doesn't even rely on
Social Security to want to be serious|
about fixing it?
Have any of us really looked into 4
the pension fund and perks these 'I
same congressmen get, whether "j
Democrat or Republican?
They have an entirely different
retirement system than you or I hav
in Social Security. Why would you
think they even think of fixing the d
Social Security System that they do
have any use for themselves anyway,
Tell them instead to just stop stealing
from Peter to pay Paul out of the "
Social Security funds.
Let them be reliant on Social
Security when they retire just like al
of us, and I guarantee they will get
serious about making it solvent for
the future of everyone concerned. W
need to write them and have them
change their system of retiring first
before they touch our plan.
Tom J. Rest
Invern s

Neighbor help is value
I want to thank the two snowbirds,
Carl Sorg and Dean Tripp, for all the:
terrific help and work they do for ,
their neighbors every winter when
they come to Lecanto.
They think God put them here to be
useful. I'm not forgetting their won- <
derful wives, Theresa and Ann. Thank
you again.
Betty Dennis
Lecanto


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W e are all justifiably
concerned about
the welfare of
those children in Pine
Ridge who authorities say
were tortured by their
adoptive parents. How '
could they be treated so
cruelly, and right under our
noses?
There are other children
in our county who live with Steve i
illnesses and in poverty FAB
who are in trouble, too, & FOI
through neglect and abuse
of less violent means.
How can we help them? There are
ways we can turn the tide right here in
Citrus County.
Here are a few suggestions.
We can create a Children's Alliance
similar to the one in Marion County
that brings together all the agencies
and organizations that concern them-
selves with helping children.
Last week I sat in on a Children's
Alliance program called "One Church
One Child" where men and women
from seven churches in Ocala told how
they work with the Florida
Department of Juvenile Justice to
"adopt" a youth in trouble and on pro-
bation.
Taking a personal interest in chil-
dren teetering on the edge of big trou-
ble can have a dramatic effect, keep-
ing them in school and out of jail, rec-
ognizing that in many cases these chil-
dren are victims of the neglect of the


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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2005 11A


OPINION


--= Hot Corner: SOCIAL SECURITY


Fix it now
In the year 2020, Social Security
will be paying out more than it
takes in. All the liberals write in:
-"Well, don't worry. The trust fund
will take us to the year 2052."
There is no trust fund. What are
they'talking about? Lyndon
Johnson took a separate trust fund
of Social Security and put it into
the general fund when he was
'president. Everything goes to the
general fund. If we don't fix it now,
Dthere'll be no Social Security.
,OrV
~.' Save, invest
I'm one of the younger folks
,people seem to be referring to
regardingg Social Security. My hus-
band and I are in our late 30s and
ywe want to have part of our Social
-Security money to invest for our-
--selves. After all, it's our money that
'bwe have earned. We've been sav-
-Ing and investing for years. We
"don't live too high on the hog so
14hat we have nothing to save or
Avest with. We are not going to be
*6ol enough to depend on the gov-
. emment to gain control of our
retirementt money. Every time you
'It the government take charge of
something, you are chipping away
-your freedom. Everyone should be
Aching their children to work
-ard, live within their means and
dependd on the government for
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nothing, but protection from our
enemies. By the way, it's also time
for a fair tax plan.
Hands off money
This is about Social Security.
Why doesn't President Bush leave
his hands off the money!? People
are working hard to put money into
Social Security. If he keeps touch-
ing it, our children aren't going to
have anything there. Let's face it,
with the 401(k) or any money mar-
kets, these people will be able to
touch it even though they get cruci-
fied for touching it.
Greedy people
Social Security reform. This is a
terrible situation that this is in. I
look at this as being these people
making $150,000 a year in retire-
ment, and they're going to cut peo-
ple back.
$1 raise
Watching (President) Bush's
speech last night was interesting.
The attack he's pulling on Social
Security is amazing. The attack is
just what they did on the savings
and loans. Where are they now?
That's the way Social Security is
heading down the road. Bush is
attacking Social Security. We will
have nothing left if they privatize
Social Security. Raising Social
Security taxes by $1 would save


Social Security.
Scare tactics
Social Security needs to change.
It's in trouble. Any change they
make will not affect anybody 55
years or older. Their Social
Security will stay the same. The
Democratic leaders, like Ted
Kennedy, think it's more important
to scare the elderly people and to
scare younger people about Social
Security, so they can elect more
Democrats, than it is to fix it.
Repay the money
President Bush is trying to fix the
Social Security problem like he's
fixed everything else with a can-
non. The true problem's that
Congress has borrowed billions of
dollars from Social Security or I
should say robbed, because they
never intended to pay it back. The
simple and honest fix would be for
Congress to repay the money they
borrowed, with interest, and we
would have retirement money for
everybody forever.
Dwindling sooner
Now let's see; Social Security is
going to be dead by 2020. I have
news for you: As soon as this com-
mander in chief and his sidekicks
find another country to start anoth-
er war with, it will be gone long
before then. God bless America.


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Sports BRIEFS
Crystal River hoops
falls at South Sumter
BUSHNELL- Crystal River's
Eric Nowak scored 11 points but
the Crystal River boys basket-
ball fell to South Sumter 41-39
Thursday.
The Pirates rallied from 11
down at the beginning of the
fourth quarter
but couldn't
get the lead.
J.C.
Livingston
scored nine
points with 10 rebounds for the
Pirates (10-13), who will face
Wildwood at 7 tonight.
Crystal River will face Citrus
at 5 p.m. Wednesday to open
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Lecanto falls short


BRIAN LaPETER/Chronicle
ABOVE: Lecanto senior mldflelder Richard Good sits alone on
the sidelines Thursday night after the Panthers lost 2-0 to
Hudson in the regional quarterfinals. RIGHT: Lecanto Junior
midfielder Dustin Elder, 11, battles Hudson's Robble
Truckenbrod for control of the ball during the second half.

Hudson defeats Lecanto 2-0

in regional quarterfinals


KHUONG PHAN
kphan@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Hudson proved that it's not
quantity that matters, but
quality.
The No. 5-ranked Cobras
registered only four shots on
goal, but defeated defending
4A state champion Lecanto,
2-0, in the opening round of
the boys soccer regional tour-
nament
"We didn't have many
chances, but we finished ours
and that's the difference,"
Hudson coach Ron Ladimir
said.
Hudson (19-5-1) struck six
minutes into the match, when
forward Matt Edelman took a
long lead pass from Andrew
Smith the distance. Edelman
unloaded a shot that flew
over Lecanto goalkeeper
Justin Marks' head, bounced
off the bottom of the crossbar
and into the back of the net
Undaunted, the No. 7-
ranked Panthers (17-3-0)
pressed forward earnestly.
Lecanto dominated the rest
of the opening 40 minutes by
cutting the field in half and
peppering the Cobras' end.
Lecanto had chance after
chance to find the equalizer


but kept coming up short.
The Panthers continually put
shots high or wide and passes
too long.
In the 14th minute,
Panthers forward Faubricio
Leiva fed a long lead pass to
Todd Maloney, who bolted
down the right wing. Maloney
blasted a shot from just
inside the penalty area.
Hudson goalkeeper Carmine
Destefano deflected the shot
back toward his net.
Defender Craig Bialkoski
booted the loose ball out of
play, denying Lecanto a
score.
Hudson's defense came up
big again 14 minutes later.
Destefano fell down deflect-
ing a Jon Lowe shot, and
watched helplessly as the
ball rolled just a few yards in
front of an empty net.
Stephen Jones swooped in
and cleared the ball before
the Panthers could pounce.
In all, Lecanto outshot
Hudson 10-2 in the first half.
"We've got to give them
credit," Lecanto coach Doug
Warren said. "They took
advantage of their opportuni-
ties and scored and shut us
down. The guys did a good
job. We had our chances. We
just couldn't capitalize."


Smith struck again eight
minutes into the second half
by feeding teammate Jeremy
Enix a cross inside Lecanto's
penalty area. Enix popped
the pass into the back of the
net on a nifty header for his
team leading 27th goal of the
year. .
Buoyed by a 2-0 lead,
Hudson tightened up its play,
limiting the Panthers'
chances.


"I thought we'd be able to
get another goal," Warren
said; "It's the same thing
that's happened to us in the
past, we've got to get the ball
in the back of the net We
were there, we knocked on
the door so many times I
can't even count them all. We
just didn't get in."
The win was a little
Please see SOCCER/Page 4B


Pirates



pull off


upset

JON-MICHAEL SORACCHI
jmsoracchi@hotmail.com
For the Chronicle
CLERMONT This time, the
Pirates didn't run out of gas in
the fourth quarter
After losing a late lead tp
Leesburg Jan. 14 in the teams'
second meeting after stum-
bling in the final period
Crystal River had no suc
trouble in Thursday's 4A
District 9 semifinal at South
Lake.
The Pirates, a team with a
losing record and the district's
fourth seed, pulled off a stun-
ning upset, defeating state
ranked and top-seede4
Leesburg 42-38.
The win guaranteed Crystal
River (11-12) a spot in the disi
trict final against Lecanto, a
43-36 winner over South Lako
in the late game, and morO
importantly, a berth in the
state playoffs.
"I didn't call it," said Crystal
River coach Jere DeFoor of
the Pirates' victory, "but I told
them if you work hard, good
things will happen."
Please see PIRATES/Page 4B


Panthers

hold off

South Lake
ANDY MARKS
amarks@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
CLERMONT Lecanto
coach Ron Allan was happy to
see his Panthers get their bad
half out of the way early.
In Thursday's 4A District 9
Tournament semifinal at
South Lake, the Panthers
came out of the gate plagued
by fouls, turnovers and a South
Lake team that was beating
them to every rebound and
loose ball. But Lecanto was
able to turn the tables after the
intermission and pulled away
for a 43-36 victory, clinching a
spot in the 4A regional play-
offs.
"This year, we'd play a good
half and a bad half," Allan
said. "The first two times we
played (South Lake), we were
up 16 or 17 points at the end of
the first half and then basical,
ly hung on. This time, we
played our bad half first The
kids came out and they battled,
but we kind of played a little
scared."
With the win, the Panthers
(18-8) advanced to Saturday's
district championship game
Please see PANTHERS/Page 4B


Pirates look to maintain dominance


ERIC McKINNEY
emckinney@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Crystal River wrestling is the
closest thing Citrus County has
to a sports dynasty.
The Pirates aren't the New
England Patriots, but who is?
Three consecutive district
championships, however, is
tough to argue with at the high
school level.
Crystal River takes to the
mat at 3 p.m. today, looking for
its fourth as the host school.
With three defending individ-
ual champions junior 171-
pounder Seth Metz, senior 189-
pounder Richard Drawdy and
senior heavyweight Ryan
Stephens there's no reason
to think the Pirates won't win
again.
No one is more confident
than the Pirates themselves.
Ask any of them.
"We'll win," said Drawdy,
before the question is finished.
"We're not worried about it"
"I've never lost a district
match the past two years,"
Stephens added. "I don't plan


on it now."
Pirates coach Craig
Frederick isn't so quick to
boast But that's his job.
"I'm not worried about our
older kids; I expect them to
win," he said. "But they can't
win it alone. If we can place
our freshmen we'll be fine."
Frederick couldn't be more
correct While a first-place fin-
ish is worth 14 points, second
place scores 10, third 8 and
fourth 4. And don't forget 2
points for each win in the
championship bracket and 2
for any pin.
Among the six teams -
Crystal River, Citrus,
Dunnellon, Lecanto, North
Marion and West Port the
Pirates have the most No. 1
seeds prior to today's weigh-ins
with five. But five first-place
finishes, even if each wrestler
scores three pins in doing so,
won't alone be enough to win
the title.
That's why Crystal River
freshmen Brandon Jones (103
pounds), John Koney (112) and
Kevin Drawdy (152) are just as
important as their veteran


BRIAN LaPETER Cr.onr.:ie
Crystal River junior Joe Bertine, seen pinning Hemando freshman
Mark Stacy, is expected to be the No. 1 seed at 145 pounds In
today's wrestling district tournament at Crystal River.
teammates. "If you've got eight first
That same philosophy is places, and don't get anything
what Citrus coach Rob
Hermann is counting on. Please see WRESTLING/Page 3B


Williams pursues


Panthers' pins record


ERIC McKINNEY
emckinney@chronideonline.com
Chronicle
Scoring a pin in wrestling is
like hitting a grand slam in
baseball or sacking the quar-
terback in football.
It's exciting.
By that standard, Lecanto
senior Lucas Williams
is the most exciting
wrestler in Citrus
County. The 215-
pounder is 24-4 with 23
pins this season.
Williams needs four
more pins to set a new
single-season Panthers'
record. Andy Sutton Luc
had 26 in 1999. Willi
Williams could score Lec
three more in today's wre
District Tournament at
Crystal River, where he is the
No. 1 seed in his weight class.
"My main objective is to get
to states," he said. "But I'm this
close, so I might as well get it


"I just never thought I'd have
this many pins in a single sea-
son. My best was 11, last year."i
Last season, however, was a
rough one for Williams. A right-
shoulder injury kept him dff
the mat for two months. He
returned about a month before
districts.
Despite the extended
absence, Williams fin-
ished second by one
point, 10-9, in the 189-
pound final to Crystal
River's Richard
Drawdy. But his condi-
tioning caught up with
him at regionals, where
he failed to qualify for
states.
Hams "States is always in
amsn the back of my mind,"
stler Williams said. "I've
never qualified, and IJ
want that patch."
A 100 percent bill of health
has made all the difference
this season.
Please see WLL IA. /Page 3B
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