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Title: Citrus County chronicle
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
Inverness, Fla
Publication Date: September 15, 2005
Copyright Date: 2006
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Attorneys Michael Manning, left, and Charles Vaughn meticulously peruse John and Linda Dollar's plea agreement Wednesday morning as the couple
sign off on their documents at the Citrus County Courthouse in Inverness. The Dollars accepted a 15-year plea agreement in the case .involving abuse
of their children.

Pine Ridge couple plead no contest on charges of torture, abuse of their children


DAVE PIEKLIK
dpieklik@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
A Pine Ridge couple accused of
starving and torturing five of their
adopted children were sentenced
Wednesday to 15 years each in
Prison after agreeing to a plea
deal.
John and Linda Dollar pleaded
no contest to five charges each of
aggravated child abuse, agreeing
to several conditions that included


15 years of probation, and no con- any harm I might have caused the
tact with any of the chil- children," John Dollar
dren. said in court. "It was not
As part of the plea deal, det For a the intention that they be
the couple must apolo- tmeine of harmed in any way. We
gize to the children and events in love them and wish them
tell them they did noth- the Dollar well."
ing to deserve the pun- case, see "We loved the chil-
ishment inflicted upon A, dren," Linda Dollar said.
them, which investiga- PAGE 5A "We did what we thought
tors said included starva- was right."
tion, electrical shock and having Assistant State Attorney Rich
their nails pulled off with pliers. Buxman informed Circuit Judge
"I just want to say I'm sorry for Ric Howard that by taking the plea


deal, the couple would not face
charges in Hillsborough and Polk
counties, and in Tennessee, where
the couple lived before and where
some of the abuse occurred.
The couple faced a minimum 30
years and maximum 150 years in
prison on the Citrus County
charges if convicted by a jury on
all counts.
Howard told the Dollars he
hoped the children, and society,
Please see ..'.-. '"/Page 5A


Circuit Court Judge Ric Howard reviews the
plea agreement to ensure the Dollars under-
stand the complex documents.


Attorney:


Couple's


intention


was good'

DAVE PIEKLIK
dpieklik@choronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Charles Vaughn stood Wednesday in an
empty courtroom and described a Pine
Ridge couple sentenced for abusing their
five adopted children as good parents who
tried to take care of children with emo-
tional "baggage."
Talking with reporters after John and
Linda Dollar agreed to a plea deal calling
for 15 years in prison for each of them, the
attorney said the couple was "worn out"
when they
agreed to the
plea deal. They felt
"There was el
an awful 19t like they had
of soul
searching," been beaten
he said of the
couple's deci- up.
sion.
IA fact, the
decision Charles Vaughn
came down to defense attorney, describing
n f n i- John and Linda Dollars'
the final m feelings about their ordeal.
utes, and
delayed an
emergency 10 a.m. status conference for
more than an hour while the couple talked
things over. Even after they announced
their decision to Circuit Judge Ric
Howard, Linda Dollar, 52, and John Dollar,
59, looked uncertain as their fate was read
to the court.
Fifteen years in prison, Howard told
them, along with 15 years probation after
that They would not be able to see the chil-
dren ever again, he said, and would be
under constant supervision "for the rest of
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Parents remain

unconvinced
CRISTY LOFnIs
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
More than a month into the
school year, parents are still
not won over by the new school
start and end times.
"The hours changed oppo-
site of what they should have
been," parent Terri Stewart
said at a Citrus County School
Board meeting Tuesday.
This year, elementary
schools begin between 9:05
and 9:30 a.m., middle schools
all begin at 7:55 a.m. and high
schools begin between 7:25
and 7:30.
Stewart said elementary
schoolchildren learn best in


the morning, while teenagers
need extra morning sleep.
She hopes district officials
will monitor the impact of the
changed start
and end times
by looking at
test scores,
teen pregnan-
cy, drug use, ..4 ,
vandalism and '
so forth, to see --
if grades are ~.
impacted and if Sandra
the extra unsu- Himmel
pervised time superintendent
in the after- is studying
noon allows how times are
teens more of working.
an opportunity
to get into trouble.
Superintendent of Schools
Sandra "Sam" Himmel said
each month she is meeting

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Debate zeroes in on need for incorporation


MIKE WRIGHT
mwright
@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
One thing's certain: Ron
Kitchen and Phil Price have
polar opposite views of Crystal
River.
Kitchen thinks the city has
its problems, but they can be
settled.
Price thinks an incorporated
city is useless, duplicative and
expensive.
Both expressed their views
to about 85 people Wednesday
night at the National Guard
Armory during a debate on a
group's efforts to dissolve the
city.
The Cqncerned Citizens of
Crystal River is gathering peti-
tion signatures that would
force the city council to set a
referendum asking voters
whether to dissolve the city.
Kitchen, the city's mayor,

Please see DEBATE/Page 7A


BRIAN LaPETER/Chronicle
Former city councilman Phil Price, left, and current Mayor Ron Kitchen Jr. talk Wednesday night at
the National Guard Armory before they debate whether the city of Crystal River should be dissolved.


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Autumn means apples


Julianne Munn provides traditional and
new recipes to enjoy the
fresh batches of
red, yellow and
green apples as
they arrive at
supermarkets,
and includes
information about
growing an apple
tree in your
own yard./1C


Wobbly Ophelia batters coast


Unusual weather makes forecasting the
storm's path difficult./12A


Lecanto grad on leave


Army Sgt. Steve Bowling, who serves in
Iraq, pays a visit home./11A


Living a
blessed life
* Musician Charlie
Sexton sees
blessings, curses
in his life./2A
* Katrin, evacuees
may strain
Medicaid
rolls./3A
* Gov. Jeb Bush
tours battered
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Today in
HISTORY'
Today is Thursday, Sept. 15, the
258th day of 2005. There are 107
days left in the year.
Today's Highlight in History:
On Sept. 15, 1789, the U.S.
Department of Foreign Affairs was
renamed the Department of State.
On this date:
In 1776, British forces occupied
New York City during the American
Revolution.
In 1917, Russia was proclaimed
a republic by Alexander Kerensky,
the head of a provisional govem-
ment.
In 1935, the Nuremberg Laws
deprived German Jews of their citi-
zenship and made the swastika
the official symbol of Nazi
Germany.
In 1940, during the Battle of
Britain in World War II, the tide
tumed as the Luftwaffe sustained
heavy losses inflicted by the Royal
Air Force.
In 1950, during the Korean con-
flict, United Nations forces landed
at Inchon in the south and began
their drive toward Seoul.
In 1963, four black girls were
killed when a bomb went off during
Sunday services at the Sixteenth
Street Baptist Church in Birming-
ham, Ala. (Three Ku Klux Klans-
men were eventually convicted for
their roles in the blast.)
Ten years ago: Hurricane
Marilyn, the third major storm to
batter the Caribbean in less than a
month, hit the Virgin Islands with'
heavy rains and 100 mph winds.
Five years ago: The 2000
Summer Olympics opened in
Sydney, Australia, with a seeming-
ly endless parade of athletes and
coaches and a spectacular dis-
play; Aborigine runner Cathy
Freeman ignited an Olympic ring
of fire.
One year ago: National Hockey
League owners agreed to lock out
the players.
Today's Birthdays: Bluesman
Snooky Pryor is 84. Actor-director
Jackie Cooper is 83. Comedian
Norm Crosby is 78. Actor Henry
Darrow is 72. Baseball Hall-of-
Famer Gaylord Perry is 67.
Football Hall-of-Famer Merlin'
Olsen is 65. Opera singer Jessye
Norman is 60. Actor Tommy Lee
Jones is 59. Movie director Oliver
Stone is 59. Football Hall-of-Famer
Dan Marino is 44. Actor Josh
Charles is 34. Singer Ivette Sosa
(Eden's Crush) is 29. Actress Amy
Davidson is 26. Britain's Prince
Henry of Walesis'21.
Thought for Today: "Some-
where the Sky touches the Earth,
and the name of that place is the
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CRUSTY LoFTrs
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
The.Aeade.y,, of Environ-
mental Science's board of
directors decided their former
director will not get the nearly
$1,000 she claims they owe her.
Former academy director
Lisa Merritt sent a letter to the
Citrus County School District,
which was forwarded to the
academy's board to handle.
The letter requested pay for
an accumulation of days she's
worked during the past few
years, but didn't get paid for
because of an accounting mis-
understanding.
In 2004, academy board
member Bob Gill sent Merritt
an e-mail saying she would be
compensated, but now has
acknowledged he made a mis-
take, chairman Carl Hansen
said.
Hansen said the days
Merritt is requesting payment
for were designated holidays
when she did no work
Board members also
reviewed a letter from Citrus
County School Board attorney
Richard "Spike" Fitzpatrick
regarding Merritt's claim that
the school is using her copy-
righted materials, including
teaching materials she wrote
and developed as part of its
curriculum and her photos on
the academy's Web site.
Fitzpatrick said he does not
believe Merritt's claim is valid
because she once gave the
academy permission to use the
materials, but because he is
not an expert on U.S. copyright
law, the academy should seek
further advice.
Hansen said he has taken
Fitzpatrick's advice, and has
begun discussions with Karen
Gaffney, a former school board
attorney in Hernando.
Board member Sam Lyons
said he doesn't believe the
academy needs a lawyer.
"No pun intended, but
there's been no merit to any of
this," Lyons said.
Merritt was removed as a
director and fired as a teacher
from the academy last spring,
and now works at Lecanto
High School. Earlier this
spring, she asked the State
Attorney's Office to investigate
possible violation of Sunshine
Laws. After an inquiry, they
concluded there was no viola-
tion.
"Personally, I don't think we
should worry about an attor-
ney until we really need one,"
Lyons said.
But Hansen insisted, "I
think we really need one."


Commission


to discuss


surplus today


Options to spend it

or not collect it

TERRY WiTT
terrywitt@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Citrus County commissioners agreed on
Tuesday to defer discussion of a projected
$3.3 million surplus in next year's budget
until today's budget hearing.
The board will meet at 5:01 p.m. for a
public hearing on the
county's proposed $180.3 Commih
million budget. The 2005-
06 budget year begins on adopt(
Oct. 1.
Their options for the StateI
surplus are to spend it on
projects or not collect it, the leg
in which case property
owners would see a deleo i
reduction in the property
tax rate.
If commissioners keep the $3.3 million
the tax rate would be 8.5553 mills. If they
decide not to use any of the money, the tax
rate would drop to 8.1450 mills.
Commissioners also have option of
taking the middle ground and spending
only a portion of the $3.3 million.
The surplus exists largely because local
economic growth has increased the value
of property. The increased value will gen-
erate more tax money
In other business, commissioners adopt-
ed their 2006 legislative policy statement
in preparation for the Sept 20 legislative
delegation hearing. State and federal law-


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Commissioners will meet at 5:01
p.m. today for the budget hearing.
The hearing will take place in the
commission chambers on the first
floor of the courthouse.
The final public hearing for the 2005-
06 budget is set for 1 p.m., Sept 27,
at the next regular county commis
sion meeting.

makers representing Citrus County will
field comments from the public and local
government officials at the hearing.
Commission Chairwoman Vicki Phillips
and Commissioner Gary Bartell added
three issues to the legislative priority list
they believe are of critical importance to
the county:
Bartell said the county's efforts to pro-
vide central water and sewer to the
coastal community of Chassahowitzka
may be in jeopardy if additional grant
funding is not found to help finance the


ssioners
ed their
nent for
,islative
nation.

ing to Bartell.


project.
Recent bids for the
water portion of the proj-
ect were considerably
higher than expected. If
the county doesn't
receive additional state
or federal funding to off-
set those costs, residents
of Chassahowitzka would
have to pay a $10,344 spe-
cial assessment, accord-


Phillips wants state lawmakers to
amend the law that created the Florida
Governmental Utility Authority and other
GUA's in the state. She said GUA's are not
accountable to local government, and she
wants that changed.
Phillips said lawmakers should
address an ongoing problem related to
hiring building inspectors. She said the
state requirements have made it difficult
for the county to hire inspectors during
the current boom in residential and com-
mercial growth. She said the county needs
relief from the state.


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turns loose

600 customers

Job goes to other firm

CHERI HARRIS
charris@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Waste Management is scaling back its
service in CitrusCounty.
Waste Management spokeswoman Lynn
Brown said the company recently sold
some of its individual household subscrip-
tions to another trash collection service.
The contracts with the cities of Crystal
River and Inverness are not affected.
Brown said Waste Management still
would serve some Citrus County cus-
tomers. Waste Management discontinued
service to about 600 local customers
whose subscriptions were not included in
the sale to the other provider. Brown
noted thatthere are several other trash
collection services available in Citrus
County.
She said factors in the decision to con-
solidate its operations here included safe-
ty issues and overall profitability.
Joe Lourenco, Citrus Waste Services
president, asked customers acquired in
the sale to be patient during the transition
from Waste Management to his company,
but he said CWS would continue deliver-
ing great service after the new routes are
established.
"Things are going to be hectic in the
beginning," Lourenco said.
Both Brown and Lourenco said they
could not disclose the total number of cus-
tomers affected by the sale because it is
sensitive business information, but
Lourenco said that CWS acquired thou-
sands of new customers from Waste
Management


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revive a cat overcome by
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Flames engulf garage


BRIAN LaPETER/Chronicle
Thick smoke billows out of an unattached garage Wednesday evening at 7655 W. Grove Drive, Homosassa. Citrus County Fire
Rescue spokesman Tom McLean said a young boy was outside when he saw smoke and ran inside his home to rescue his
Chihuahua puppies. McLean said the boy escaped injury other than some minor redness. No one else was home at the time.
McLean said the exterior of the home itself sustained minor heat damage. However, the fire destroyed a boat and two motor-
cycles parked inside the garage. McLean said wind conditions worked in firefighters' favor, keeping heat away from the home.
Citrus County Fire Rescue firefighters- from Homosassa, Connell Heights and Chassahowitzka stations responded to the 5:31
p.m. fire along with the volunteer Homosassa Auxiliary Unit. Firefighters were on scene four minutes after receiving the 5:31
p.m. call, McLean said. Nature Coast EMS workers also responded, along with a Citrus County sheriff's deputy.


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"What matters."
Virtually every Pro-
gress
Energy
employ-
ee
knows
some-
one who
has
benefit-
ed from
at least John
one Stephenson
United
Way agency.
Participating and serv-
ing those agencies in a
"Day of Caring" work
day or giving financially
is a practical opportu-
nity to say thank you. It
is what matters to all
of us.
GET INFO: For more
information about
United Way of Citrus
County. call 527 8894 or
visit the Web site at
www.citrusuriitedway.org.


County BRIEFS

Key Training Center
to host job fair
The Key Training Center will
host a job fair from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 21, at
the Key Center Foundation,
5399 W. Gulf-to-Lake Highway
in Lecanto. Job seekers will
learn about available employ-
ment opportunities and/or apply
on the spot.
Nationally known as a leader
in the field of developmental dis-
abilities services, the Key
Training Center employs people
with a wide variety of skills, work
experience and education. Full-
and part-time employment is
available in direct and not-direct
care positions. ,
For more information, call the;
Key Training Center at 341-
4633. To learn more about the
Key Center, visit www.keytrain-
ingcenter.org.
Legislators to host
meeting Tuesday
State Sen. Nancy Argenziano,
R-Dunnellon, state Sen. Mike
Fasano, R-New Port Richey,
and state Rep. Charles Dean,
R-Crystal River, will have a
Citrus County Legislative
Delegation meeting from 1 to 5
p.m. Tuesday in the Citrus
County Commission chambers,
110 N. Apopka Ave., in
Inverness.
All residents and elected offi-
cials are invited to attend.
Call Janet Oehmig in Sen.
Argenziano's office at 860-5175
to have your name placed on
the agenda or for more informa-
tion. Cards will be available at
the door to sign up to speak.
Extension building
to open next week
The public is invited to attend
the ribbon cutting for the new
UF/IFAS Citrus County
Extension Building at 9 a.m.
Thursday, Sept. 22.
The open house will be from
2:30 to 6 p.m. The new facility is
at 3650 W. Sovereign Path, Le-
canto, off of County Road 491.
Children's Safety
Act passes a hurdle
The Children's Safety Act of
2005 on Thursday passed the
House of Representatives by a
371-52 vote.
U.S. Rep. Ginny Brown-Waite,
R-Crystal River, was responsible
for some of the legislative
changes included in the bill.
"I am also deeply humbled
and honored that included in the
legislation were the major rec-
ommendations from my sexual
predator legislation, H.R. 1505,
the Jessica Lunsford Act,"
Brown-Waite said.
From staff reports

Correction
A story on Page 3A of
Wednesday's edition, "Blaze
damages Homosassa home,"
needs correction. The
Humanitarians of Citrus County
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The State Attorney's Office
dropped charges of possession of
marijuana and possession of drug
paraphernalia against Corey
Hiroway Caldwell, 29, 6730 E.
.Tension St., Inverness, at his first
appearance hearing Tuesday, citing
a lack of evidence that Caldwell
committed the offenses, according
to records. Caldwell was arrested at
4:07 a.m. Monday.
Citrus County Sheriff
Domestic battery
arrests
Trevor Dean Wellman, 18,
Inverness, at 7:09 p.m. Tuesday on
a charge of domestic battery.
A deputy responded to an area
home where a woman said she got
into an argument with Wellman that
turned physical. The woman told the
deputy that Wellman pushed her in
the back with his foot and hit her in
the mouth with his hand, according
to an arrest report.
The deputy saw red marks on the
woman's lower lip. Wellman denied
touching the woman, according to
the report.
No bond was set.
E Sean Paul Rooney, 24,


Hemando, at 8:26 a.m. Tuesday on
a charge of domestic battery.
A deputy responded to a
Hemando home, where a woman
told him nothing was wrong, just that
Rooney had experienced a panic
attack, according to the report. The
deputy saw blood coming from an
abrasion on the woman's left arm
and a wound above her eye.
The woman told the deputy an
argument broke out between her
and her son. She said Rooney went
outside and locked himself in a vehi-
cle.
Fearful that he might be experi-
encing a panic attack, the woman
broke a window in the car to reach
Rooney, according to the report.
The woman said Rooney got out
of the vehicle and got on top of her,
according to the report. Rooney later
told the deputy that he was trying to
restrain the woman and that she
was the primary aggressor, accord-
ing to the report.
No bond was set.
DUI arrest
N Mark Romie, 42, 9051 E. Floral
Park Drive, Floral City, at 10:41 p.m.
Tuesday on charges of driving under
the influence and refusing DUI tests.


His bond was set at $750.
Other arrests
James Boatwright, 38, 5714
S. Babylon Terrace, Homosassa, at
12:31 a.m. Tuesday on charges of
possession of marijuana and pos-
session of drug paraphernalia.
He was released on his own
recognizance.
Nancy Consalvo, 31, 8825 W.
Harbor Lane, Homosassa, at 10:46
p.m. Tuesday on charges of posses-
sion of a controlled substance, driv-
ing while license suspended/
revoked, possession of marijuana
and possession of drug paraphema-
lia.
Her bond was set at $6,500.
Shane Huse, 29, 6036 W.
Billows Lane, Homosassa, at 11:51
p.m. Tuesday on charges of driving
while license suspended, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia and driv-
ing with an expired tags.
His bond was set at $6,650.


Thefts
0 An auto theft, reported at 10:21
a.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, between 8
a.m. and 4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept.
7, at a parking lot at the 600 block of
North Citrus Avenue, Crystal River.
A theft, reported at 9:43 a.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 7, between Aug.
1 and Aug. 31 at a residence in the
9700 block of South Clearsprings
Drive, Floral City.
A theft, reported at 3:47 a.m.
Friday, Sept. 9, between June 6 and
Aug. 15 at a residence in the 5500
block of West Kingsway Court,
Homosassa.
A theft, reported at 1:47 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 7, between June
10 and 9 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 7,
at a business on North U.S. 41,
Inverness.
A theft, reported at -3:07 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 7, between Aug.
23 and 3 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 7,
to a back yard in the 11200 block of
North Wahoo Trail, Crystal River.


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A theft, reported at 6:43 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 7, between 6:40
p.m. 7:15 p.m. Wednesday, from a
front yard in the 3300 block of North
Holiday Drive, Crystal River.
A theft, reported at 9:25 a.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 6, between 6:30 p.m.
and 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 3, at a
residence in the 3000 block of South
Oleander Terrace, Inverness.
A theft, reported at 10:49 a.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 6, sometime after
June 17, at a businessin the 6200
block of North Suncoast Boulevard,
Crystal River.
A theft, reported at 8:18 p.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 6, between 6:40 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at a busi-
ness in the 500 block of West
Highland Boulevard, Invemess.
a A fraud (credit card), reported to
an Inverness bank at 7:59 a.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 7, by a resident
of Hemando.
Burglaries
*A burglary, reported at 7:55 a.m.
Thursday, Sept. 8, to a construction
site on Rooks Avenue in Inverness
between noon Monday, Sept. 5 and
7:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 8.
An attempted burglary, reported
at 8:32 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, to a


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would not have to endure a
"lifetime of dysfunction and
scarring" from their actions.
"You must suffer for what
you've done to the children,"
Howard said.
None of the children were in
court for the sentence, which
Buxman indicated was "in
their best interest" after talk-
ing with their attorney and
agencies who helped them
after they were taken from
their parents in February. The
children remain in foster care.
Though Buxman did not
offer any comment after the
sentencing, he handed a pre-
pared statement from State
Attorney Brad King to the
dozen television and newspa-
per reporters gathered for the
plea. The statement explained
the reasons a plea deal was
.accepted, saying it wasn't a sug-
gestion of reluctancee" to take
the case to trial.
"My staff and I have been
advised by the clinicians at the
treatment center that testifying


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is not in the best interest of the
children; in fact, it serves only
to punish them further," King's
statement read in part.
"Forcing the children to be
involved in the criminal court
process is not justice for the
victims, according to the men-
tal health experts and treat-
ment providers associated with
these children."
Conditions included with the
agreement called for such
measures as enrollment in
anger management courses, no
contact with any of the chil-
dren, and mental health evalu-
ations and treatment.
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contemplated their decision.
While the children weren't
in court, Detective Lisa Wall,
the lead investigator in the
case, read a statement to the
Dollars. She thanked them for
their compassion for not put-
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more,, while telling them. the
abuse could have been a
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* Jan. 21: An investigation of John and Linda Dollar begins after their 16-year-old son is brought
to Seven Rivers Regional Medical Center for "suspicious" head and neck injuries.
* Jan. 27: The Department of Children and Families removes the Dollar children from their
home.
* Jan. 31: A warrant is issued for the couple's arrest after they fail to show up at a Department
of Children and Families hearing regarding the investigation. The warrant charges them with
one count of aggravated child abuse.
* Feb. 4: The couple's 1996 Provost Marathon motor home is located at the Deer Creek RV Golf
Resort in Polk County. Several items, including pliers reportedly used in the abuse, are recov-
ered as evidence.
* Feb. 4: At about 7:30 p.m., John and Linda Dollar are arrested near Blanding. Utah, by San
Juan County sheriff's deputies who spotted the couple in their gold Lex tracked by using cell phone calls they place to one of their daughters.
* Feb. 19: The Dollars arrive at 8 p.m. at the Citrus County Detention Facility for processing and
to be charged.
* March 1: Prosecutors announce the couple will face four more charges of aggravated child
abuse.
* March 9: Circuit-Judge Barbara Gurrola, during a closed-door hearing, appoints an attorney
and guardian for the Dollar children, and placement hearings for foster families oegin.
* April 11: An Oct. 31 trial date is set; prosecutors say mo'e than 100 witnesses may =,e called.
* June 4: The Dollars agree to terminate their parental rights to their children.
* Aug. 3: Circuit Judge Ric Howard dene-. their motion to disqualify himself from the case
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(their) life."
Prosecutors told them by
taking the plea deal, they
won't face charges in
Hillsborough and Polk coun-
ties, or Tennessee, where
some of the abuse happened.
"We felt it was a reasonable
possibility" those charges
would have been serious,
Vaughn said.
Talks about a plea deal had
been ongoing "since day one,"
he said, but grew more serious
as late as last Saturday. At that
point, Linda Dollar talked
about a plea deal, Vaughn
said, while her husband was a
little unsure at first.
However, with the intense
media coverage the case
attracted, Vaughn indicated
the couple seemed sure of a
decision.
"Their attitude was that
they recognized that it was
going to happen," Vaughn told
reporters.
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in prison was rejected before
the couple agreed to the latest
offer. That offer came after
Vaughn told a Chronicle
reporter Tuesday he had
received a plea agreement
from the state, though no deals
had been agreed to.
Vaughn said he discussed
the plea deal with the Dollars
for about four hours later that
night at the jail. The
Wednesday court date was set
for the couple to finalize their
decision.
"They felt like they had
been beaten up," Vaughn said.
"They realized this was going
to be a tough, tough case to
win."
The case took its toll on
everyone, said Vaughn, and
his assistant, Michael
Manning. More than 150 wit-
nesses even more added
each day along with piles of
documents, could have over-
whelmed them before the Oct.
31 trial date.
Boxes were stored in every
available office space, includ-
ing bathrooms, and at their
homes. Assistants who kept
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they were running out of room.
While he said the Dollars
were relieved of their decision
to a point, there was still
uncertainty. When they get to
prison, they will be housed in
separate inmate populations,
away from each other.
"They probably will never,
ever see each other again,"
Manning said.
Vaughn said he took heat
from many in the community,
including his own church, for
taking on the case. He stressed
his job wasn't necessarily to
get the couple acquitted, but
that he was to make sure they
were "not found guilty of stuff
they didn't do."
Vaughn said the Dollars
were raised by good families,
and they, in turn, wanted to do
good by adopting the children.
He said they ended up adopt-
ing "eight children with a lot
of baggage," and. that baggage
remained.
"They tried to deal with it
the best they could," Vaughn
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Obituaries


Ronald Hare, 38
INVERNESS
Ronald Lee Hare, 38, of
Inverness, died Saturday, Sept
10, 2005, at Citrus Memorial
Hospital in Inverness.
He was born Dec. 30, 1966, in
Baltimore, Md., to Pierre and
Mary (Lyons) Hare.
Mr Hare had many trades,
including pool work, truck
driver and machinist
He was Protestant
His mother, Mary Hare, pre-
ceded him in death.
Survivors include his daugh-
ter, Jennifer Hare; father,
Pierre Hare of Las Cruces,
N.M.; former wife, Lisa
Spinello and stepdaughter,
Amber Spinello; one brother,
Merle Hall Jr. and wife,
Marilyn; three sisters, Beverly
Carlson and husband, Albert,
Lana Jonas and husband,
Eddie, and Darlene Myers and
husband, Lester.
Private cremation arrange-
ments are under the direction
of Strickland Funeral Home,
Crystal River

Robert
'Apple Jack'
Hoffman, 75
HOMOSASSA
Robert "Apple Jack" Hoff-
man, 75, of Homosassa, died
Monday, Sept.
12, 2005, in
Inverness.
Born March
4, 1930, in
Union, N.J., to
Bernard and Mary Hoffman, he
moved here in 1978 from
Hazlet, N.J.
Mr. Hoffman retired from
New Jersey Bell Telephone as
an engineer.
He was an Air Force veteran
serving in Korea.
He was a member of the
VFW, American Legion Post
155, where he was a member of
the Honor Gpard for many
years, Crystal- River Moose
Lodge 2013, 40 & 8 Voiture
1219, Crystal River, and the
Disabled American Veterans
Chapter 70, Hernando.
He enjoyed camping and was
an avid hunter and fisherman.
He was Catholic.
Survivors include his wife of
30 years, Arlene Hoffman of
Homosassa; daughter, Carla
Gagliano and husband, Ron, of
Homosassa Springs; step-
daughter, Joann Dill and hus-
band, Christopher, of
Keansburg, N.J.; sisters,
Margaret Murray of Hazlet,
N.J., and Adelaide Latorraca of
Covina, Calif.; stepsister,
Ginger Becker of Spring,
Texas; seven grandchildren;
three great-grandchildren; and
many nieces and nephews.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Homosassa.


Alfred
Hopkins, 96
MERIDEN, CONN.
Alfred H. Hopkins, 96, for-
merly of South Windsor, Conn.,
widower of
Eleanor (To-
bin) Hopkins,
died Wednes-
day, Sept. 14,
2005, in Meri-
den, Conn.
Born Feb. 8, 1909, in South
Norwalk, Conn., he was the son
of the late Alfred H. and
Martha A. (Heglein) Hopkins.
He had lived in the South
Windsor community before
moving to Beverly Hills in 1991,
and had recently returned to
Connecticut
He had been a U.S. Navy
flight instructor during World
War II. Until his retirement in
1974, he had been a contract
administrator for the U.S.
Navy.
He had been a member of
the American Legion Post of
South Windsor, Conn.
His brother, Reginald
Hopkins, preceded him in
death.
Survivors include two sons,
Alfred H. Hopkins Jr. of
Meriden, Conn., and Stephen T.
Hopkins of Perrysburg, Ohio;
two grandsons, Tobin E.
Hopkins of Chicago, Ill., and
Mark E. Hopkins of New York,
N.Y; and two great-grandsons,
Cole and Layton Hopkins of
Chicago, Ill.
A private graveside service
will be held in St. Mary
Cemetery, East Hartford,
Conn., at a later date. There
will be no calling hours. Mr.
Hopkins' family requests that
memorial donations be made
in his memory to the
Connecticut VNA.Hospice, 111
Founders Plaza, Suite 200, East
Hartford, CT 06108.
Newkirk & Whitney Funeral
Home, East Hartford, Conn.

Jack Kennedy, 71
CITRUS SPRINGS
Jack David Kennedy, 71, of
Citrus Springs, died Wednes-
day, Sept 14,2005.
He moved to Citrus Springs
in 2002 from his native
Grayling, Mich.
Mr. Kennedy was a mainte-
nance man for the University
of Michigan.
He was Baptist
He was preceded in death by
his daughter, Debra Kennedy;
sons, James Kennedy and
Joseph Czajka; and his sister,
Gloria Herbert
Survivors include his wife,
Linda Kennedy of Citrus
Springs; sons, Michael
Kennedy of Monroe, Mich., and
Theodore Birkeland of Citrus
Springs; brothers, Dick
Kennedy of Grayling, Mich.,
Daniel Kennedy of Ypsilanti,


Mich., and Harley Kennedy of
South Leone, Mich.; sisters,
Barbara Heartle of Saline,
Mich., and Sally Dick of Grand
Haven, Mich.; eight grandchil-
dren; and one great-grand-
child.
Florida Cremation Society,
Ocala.

Robert
McClellen, 69
HOMOSASSA
Robert McClellen, 69, of
Homosassa, died Monday, Sept
12, 2005 at
Seven Rivers
Regional .Med-
ical Center in
Crystal River.
He was born
Oct. 29, 1935, in Rita, WVa., to
Robert J. and Anise (Davidson)
McClellen, and he moved to
Homosassa on July 13, 1982,
from Huntington, W Va.
Mr. McClellen was a retired
nuclear valve technician, and a
Marine Corps veteran of the
Korean War
His memberships included
the VFW Post 8189 of Homo-
sassa, Moose Lodge 1434 of
Homosassa, American Legion
Post 0400 of Orlando and the
AARP
Survivors include his wife of
49 years, Carol McClellen of
Homosassa; three daughters,
Marisa DiGiacomo of Crystal
River, Terrie Hammonds of
Inverness and Tammie McClel-
len of Homosassa; two sisters,
Lucille Hinchman of McCon-
nell, W.Va., and Madeline
Barker of New Brunswick,
Ohio; three grandchildren,
Tiffany Bailey, Kenneth
McClellen Adkins and Lisa
LaVelle; and one great grand-
daughter, Hannah Bailey.
Brown Funeral Home &
Crematory, Crystal River

Manuel 'Manny'
Mello Jr., 74
HERNANDO
Manuel "Manny" Mello Jr,
74, of Hernando, died Tuesday,
Sept. 13, 2005,
at the Hospice
Care Unit of
Citrus Memor-
ial Hospital in
Inverness.
A native of Dartmouth, Mass.,
he was born June 25, 1931, to
the late Manuel and Mary
DeMello and moved to Pinellas
County in 1983, having come to
this area in 2001 from Largo.
Mr. Mello served in the
United States Army Air Corps.
While in Largo, he worked for
the St Petersburg Times as a
carrier, with five years of serv-
ice, and was the owner/opera-
tor of a lawn service.
He was Catholic.
Survivors include his wife of
25 years, Doreen Mello of
Hernando; three sons, Eric


Funeral NOTICES


Carolyn Bernard Colley. A
celebration of life for Carolyn
Bernard Colley, 75, formerly of
Citrus County, who died on
Friday, Sept 9, 2005, at her
home in Paso Robles, Calif.,
will be conducted at 3 p.m.
Saturday, Sept 17, at Crystal
River United Methodist
Church, Crystal River She is
survived by her son, Byron
Colley of Jacksonville Beach;
daughters, Lynn Wallace of
Crystal River, Sharon Cline of
Bradenton and Susan O'Reilly
of Paso Robles, Calif.; five
grandchildren; five great-
grandchildren; sister, Susan
Oehler of Orange Park; and
two nephews. In lieu of flow-
ers, donations may be made to
the Guardian ad Litem
Program at Voices for the
Children Inc., 110 N. Apopka
Ave., Inverness, FL 34450.
Robert McClellen. A funeral
service for Robert McClellen
age 69, of Homosassa, will be
conducted at 4 p.m. Friday,
Sept 16, 2005, at the Brown
Funeral Home in Crystal River,
with VFW Post 4252 officiating.
Family will receive friends
from 2 p.m. until service time.
Private cremation will follow



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Virginia Smalley
Graveside Service:
Thurs 11:30 am
Florida National Cemetery
Manuel Mello
Private Cremation Arrangements
Melissa Frock
Private Cremation Arrangements
Robert Edson, Sr.
Viewing: Thurs. 4-7 pm
Services: Fri. 11 am-chapel
Burial: Oak Ridge Cemetery
Mary Zuccaro
Viewing: Sat. 10 am
Services: Sat 11 am-chapel

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the services and interment will
be at the Florida National
Cemetery at a later date.
Gloria Mock A memorial
services for Mrs. Gloria Mock,
80, of Beverly Hills, will be con-
ducted at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept.
17, 2005, at Fero Funeral
Home, 5955 North Lecanto
Highway, Beverly Hills, with
the Rev. Raymond Lettre offici-
ating. Cremation arrangements
under the care of Fero Funeral
Home With Crematory, Beverly
Hills.
Timothy Martin Robers. A
funeral mass for Mr. Timothy
Martin Robers, age 51, of
Beverly Hills, will be conduct-
ed at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct 1,
2005, at Our Lady of Grace
Catholic Church. Cremation
will be under the direction of
Hooper. Crematory, Inverness.
Friends, who wish, may send
memorial donations to the Red
Cross Katrina Fund.
Mary Zuccaro. A funeral

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service for Mary Zuccaro will
be conducted at 11 a.m.
Saturday, Sept 17, 2005, at the
Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home
in Inverness, with Fr. Charles
Leke, Our Lady of Fatima
Church, officiating. Following
cremation, the urn will be
buried in the Oak Ridge
Cemetery.


Doyon of Largo, Wayne Mello
of Oxford, Mass., and Bruce
Mello of Westport, Mass.; two
daughters, Geri Berube of
Acushnet, Mass., and Kathi
Edwards of Fairhaven, Mass.;
two sisters, Theresa Freitas
and Isabel Krynicki of South
Dartmouth, Mass.; 10 grand-
children; and nine great-grand-
children.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home
With Crematory, Inverness.

Gloria Mock, 80
BEVERLY HILLS
Gloria Mock, 80, of Beverly
Hills, died Tuesday, Sept. 13,
2005, in Crystal River.
Born April 13, 1925, to
Stanley and Mary (Mercavage)
Lipkan, she moved here in
1985 from her native Wilkes-
Barre, Pa.
Mrs. Mock was a homemak-
er and a loving wife and moth-
er.
She was a member of Our
Lady of Grace Catholic
Church, Beverly Hills, and
was a former member of the
Beverly Hills Polish Club.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 54 years, Albert T
Mock of Beverly Hills; son,
Ronald T. Mock of
Germantown, Md.; sisters,
Connie Coveleski of Axton,
Va., and Dorothy McGough of
Mountain Top, Wilkes-Barre,
Pa.; and several nieces and
nephews.
Fero Funeral Home With
Crematory, Beverly Hills.

Timothy
Robers, 51
BEVERLY HILLS
Timothy Martin Robers, 51,
of Beverly Hills, died Monday,
Sept. 12, 2005, in Orange
County, Texas.
Born June 6, 1954, in
Dayton, Ohio, to Lawrence


and Julia Robers, he moved
here from Westerville, Ohio, in
1998.
Mr. Robers was a trucker for
more than 20 years, employed
by Tony Agularia Trucking. He
did long-distance trucking for
the entertainment industry.
He was a motorcycle buff.
He was a member-of Our
Lady of Grace Catholic
Church, Beverly Hills.
Survivors include his moth-
er, Julia Robers of Beverly
Hills; brother, Christopher
Robers of Frederick, Md.; sis-
ters, Anne Jones of Poinciana,
Julie Hensley of Orlando and
Margaret Mary Driggei's of
Beverly Hills; and four nieces
and nephews.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Beverly Hills.

Mary Zuccaro, 90
CRYSTAL RIVER
Mary Zuccaro, 90, of Crystal
River, died Tuesday, Sept. 13,
2005, at Cypress Cove Care
Center in Crystal River.
Born March 8, 1915, in Italy,
to Conrad and Fortune
Contino, she moved here 35


years ago from Long Island,
N.Y.
Mrs. Zuccaro was preceded
in death by her husband,
Santi, Oct. 5, 1987; daughter,
Carolyn, Dec. 16, 2000; and
brother, Michael Contino.
She is survived by her
daughter, Catherine Zuccaro
of Dade City; and her sister,
Dorothy Degamon of
Lakeland.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral
Home With Crematory,
Inverness.
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archived local obituaries.

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Continued from Page 1A
said taxpayers get what they
pay for in services, local con-
trol over issues such as zoning
and permitting, and a local gov-
ernment that responds to their
needs.
Price, a prominent certified
public accountant who was a
councilman about 20 years ago,
said city taxpayers are paying
twice for many of those servic-
es because they also pay coun-
ty taxes for such services as
police protection.
Former Citrus County
Commissioner Roger
Batchelor moderated the
debate. After opening state-
ments, each answered four
questions posed by the other.
Kitchen said he believes the
dissolve-the-city effort is a
result of frustration following
February's forced resignation
of former City Manager Susan
Boyer.


If you're unhappy with your
congressperson, you don't get rid of the
Congress of the United States, you get
rid of your congressperson.

Mayor Ron Kitchen
arguing against dissolution of the city of Crystal River.


But taking that action and
making the leap to dissolution,
he said, isn't the answer.
"I'm not hiding anything
from you," he said. "We have a
better opportunity to fix our
problems than the county com-
mission."
Kitchen said the solution to
problems comes at election
time and at council meetings.
"If you're unhappy with your
congressperson, you don't get
rid of the Congress of the
United States, you get rid of
your congressperson," he said.
Price said the issue is quite


simple: duplicating services,
particularly in police protec-
tion. He noted his belief that
residents of Inverness are
pleased that police duties
there are not contracted with


the Citrus County Sheriff's
Office. Eventually, he said, the
sheriff will take over the
Crystal River police as well.
And he pounced on a sugges-
tion by Councilwoman Susan
Kirk that the city consider a
sales tax to pay for major proj-
ects.
"Why in the world does the
city need more money from a
sales tax?" he said.
Kitchen later was asked his
opinion of the sales tax sugges-
tion and he said he flatly
opposes it
"I think that's a terrible
idea," he said. "But we don't
get rid of silly ideas by getting
rid of the city."


Do we find dinosaurs in the Bible?


Does evolution have a leg to stand on?


How old is the world?





Saturday, Sept. 17 at 6:00 pin.
Sunday, Sept. 18 at 8:15 & 10:45 ain.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, CRYSTAL RIVER
700 Citrus Avenue ~ 795-3367


He also suggested Price was
stating things as fact that per-
haps are not
"How can you stand up and
say the police department will
go away, this will happen, that
will happen I don't know
how you can say that," Kitchen
said.
Asked if the county would set
up a special taxing district to
cover services now offered by
the city, Kitchen said he didn't
know and Price said it wouldn't
happen.
"Some people actually
believe this ridiculous notion


will take place," Price said.
In their closing remarks,
Kitchen placed responsibility
on citizens who elect their rep-
resentatives.
"You deserve what you got,"
he said. "You put me in office
and you put the others in
office."
Price said dissolving city gov-
ernment won't change a thing
in Crystal River.
"We would still be the same
lovely community," said Price,
who has called Crystal River
home for 27 years. "We'd just
have more money to enjoy it"


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155-0915 THCRN

BUDGET SUMMARY
CITRUS COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD
FISCAL YEAR 2005 2006

THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE
CITRUS COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD ARE
SEVENTEEN PERCENT (17%) MORE THAN
LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.

PROPOSED MILLAGE PER $1,000 0.9500


ESTIMATED REVENUES:

Taxes:
Ad Valorem Taxes

Interest Income

TOTAL SOURCES


GENERAL AND
TOTAL FUND


Millage Per $1,000
0.9500


$8,265,465


$9,003

$8,274,468

$173,628

$8,448,096


Fund Balances/Reserves/Net Assets

TOTAL REVENUES AND BALANCES


EXPENDITURES


Operating & Capital Budget Expenditures for
Citrus Memorial Hospital
Commission Paid to Tax Collector
Commission Paid to Property Appraiser
Legal, Accounting & Administration
Reserve for Uncollectible Tax Receipts


TOTAL EXPENDITURES


Fund Balances/Reserves/Net Assets

TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES
RESERVES AND BALANCES


$7,585,000
$165,309
$216,475
$16,020
$291,664


$8,274,468


$173,628


$8,448,096


THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE
ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED
TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD.


154-0915 THCRN

NOTICE OF PROPOSED


TAX INCREASE



The Citrus County Hospital Board has tentatively

adopted a measure to increase its property tax levy.


Last year's property tax levy :
A. Initially proposed tax levy:........$7,061,831

B. Less tax reductions due to Value
Adjustment Board and other


assessment changes...................$


(49,566)


C. Actual property tax levy.......... $7,111,397


This year's proposed tax levy............ $8,265,465




All concerned citizens are invited to attend a public

hearing on the tax increase to be held on:


Monday, September 19,2005

5:01 P.M.
at

Citrus Memorial Hospital

Annex Building, Gulf Room

502 Highland Blvd

Inverness Florida 34452-4754


A FINAL DECISION on the proposed tax increase
and the budget will be made at this ie;aring,


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Motorola 270541 23.87 +.42
MicronT 218710 13.23 +.55
NortelNet 189637 3.15 -.13
TimeWam 176390 17.92 -.06

GAINERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Chg
BallyTF If 4.67 +.52 +12.5
Kinross g If 7.49 +.63 +9.2
Linens. 28.25 +2.31 +8.9
GoldFLtd 12.40 +.82 +7.1
NatcoG 23.23 +1.39 +6.4

LOSERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Chg
CEC Ent 31.28 -3.20 -9.3
Katylnd 2.30 -.22 -8.7
AldWaste 8.38 -.78 -8.5
PremGlbSv 7.90 -.71 -8.2
Emulex 20.68 -1.60 -7.2

DIARY


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2,047
173
3,431
80
38
1,961,506,650


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SPDR 469892 123.21 -.45
iShRs2000 s209975 66.40 -.77
SemiHTr 187243 37.15 -.25
iShJapan 163165 11.43 -.04
SPEngy 111096 51.92 +.64

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TanRnggn 2.73 +.37 +15.7
Cybexintl 4.29 +.50 +13.2
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Amtech 7.17 +2.11 +41.7
FiberNetrs 3.07 +.55 +21.8

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PinnaclA 7.26 -1.03 -12.4
NTech 4.95 -.67 -11.9

DIARY


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New Lows
Volume


1,708,377,522 I


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AT&T .95
AmSouth 1.00
BkofAm 2.00
BellSouth 1.16
CapCtyBk s.61
Citigrp 1.76
Disney .24
EKodak .50
ExxonMbl 1.16
FPL Gp s 1.42
FlaRock s .60
FordM .40
GenElec .88
GnMotr 2.00
HomeDp .40
Intel .32
IBM .80


LowesCos .24
McDnlds .55
Microsoft .32
Motorola .16
Penney .50
ProgrssEn 2.36
SearsHdgs
SprintNex .10
TimeWarn .20
UniFirst .15
VerizonCml.62
Wachovia 2.04
WalMart .60
Walgrn .26


YTD
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-.76 +.9
-.17 -1.5
+.42 +38.8
-.28 +17.2
+.15 -2.5
-1.38 +30.2
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-1.15 +30.7
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-.19 -7.2
-.37 -15.4
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52-Week
High Low


10,984.46
3,889.97
422.48
7,667.64
1,718.95
2,219.91
1,245.86
688.51
12,478.34


9,708.40
3,166.94
289.75
6,493.18
1,186.14
1,852.59
1,090.19
558.36
10,696.28


Name
Dow Jones Industrials
Dow Jones Transportation
Dow Jones Utilities
NYSE Composite
Amex Index-
Nasdaq Composite
S&P 500
Russell 2000
DJ Wilshire 5000


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


10,544.90
3,584.04
419.78
7,577.29
1,708.88
2,149.33
1,227.16
666.35
12,270.72


-52.54
-7.17
+2.66
-.96
+18.55
-22.42
-4.04
-6.78
-51.59


-2.21
-5.63
+25.33
+4.51
+19.14
-1.20
+1.26
+2.27
+2.50


+3.06
+11.45
+43.94
+15.75
+37.90
+13.33
+9.53
+17.21
+12.44


NE YRKSTOKECANG


Tkr "Name Last Chg

ABB ABB Ltd 7.37 +.02
ACE ACE Ltd 45.25 -1.05
ACG ACMInco 8.31 -.01
AES AESCplf 15.25 -.03
AFL AFLAC 44.74 -.17
AG AGCO 19.84 -.50
ATG AGL Res 37.32 -.02
AKS AK Steel 8.25 -.25
AML AMLIRs 32.18 -.44
AMR AMR 12.13 -.49
ASA ASALtd 42.43 +1.21
T AT&T 19.37 -.15
AUO AUOptron 14.44 -.15
AXA AXA 27.16 -.06
ABT AbtLab 43.85 -.81
ANF AberFtc 51.20 -.40
ACN Accenture 25.59 +.47
ADX AdamsEx 13.19 -.02
KAR Adesa 22.49 -.31
EYE AdvMOpt 40.73 -.27
AMD AMD 23.63 +.33
AEG Aegon 14.21 -.04
ARO Aeropstl d23.73 -.06
AET Aetnas 80.40 -.18
ACS AffCmpS 52.51 -.48
AGR Agerers 10.06 -.04
A Agilent 32.63 -.46
AEM Agniog 14.39 +.57
AHO Ahold 7.76 -.04
APD AirProd 56.30 +.50
AAl AirTran 10.93 +.25
ABS Albertsn 24.70 +.34
ABSp Albrtsnun 24.39 +.04
AL Alcan 31.80 +.49
ALA Alcatel 12.88
AA Alcoa 26.55 -.25
ATI AllegTch 28.80 +.19
AGN Allergan 92.73 -.66
ALE Alletes 43.15 -.08
AC AlliCap 45.70 +1.52
AGI AliGam 10.43 -.47
AWF AliWrd2 12.51 +.03
AW AldWaste 8.38 -.78
AFC AllrrFn 40.92 -.09
ALL Allstate 53.53 +.11
AT Allel 63.35 -.38
ALO Alpharma 24.87 -1.04
MO Aifria 71.63 +.61
ABK AmbacF 68.80 -.21
DOX Amdocs 27.36 -.22
AHC AmHess 136.88 +3.26
AEE Ameren 55.25 +.42
AMX AMovilLs 23.43 +.18
AEP AEP 38.37 +.17
AXP AmExp 56.97 -.77
AIG AmlntGplf 60.77 -.23
ASD AmStand 46.32 -1.08
CSP AmSIP3 11.03 -.02
AMT AmTower 24.53 -.46
ACF Amenidt 25.03 -.21
APU Amerigas 32.60 -.14
ABC AmersBrg u75.88 +.49
ASO AmnSoulh 2620 -.05
APC Anadrk 92.83 +1.33
ADI AnalogDev 38.15 --.20
AU AnglogidA 39.90 +1.21
BUD Anheusr 45.27 +.21
ANN AnnTaylr 28.16 +.27
NLY Annaly 14.89 -.12
AOC AonCorp 32.20 -.05
APA Apache 71.00 +.69
ABI ApplBio 23.12 -.01
AHG Apria 33.99 -.35
WTR AquaAm 36.99 +.22
ILA Aquila 3.93 -.05


ACI ArchCoal 63.67 +.42
ADM ArchDan 22.86 -.07
ASN ArchstnSm 39.71 +.13
ASH Ashland n 58.98 -.35
AEC AsdEstat 9.91 +.02
ATO ATMOS 29.05 -.04
AN AutoNatn 20.75 +.09
ADP AutoData 41.77 +.15
AV Avaya 10.26 -.09
AVL Aviall 33.05 -1.00
AVP Avon 32.41 +.14
AXS AXIS Cap 27.99 -.45
BBT BB&TCp 40.26 -.19
BCE BCEgs 26.98 -.13
BHP BHPBilILt 31.82 +.59
BJS BJ Svcs 32.05 +.67
BMC BMCSfit 21.35 -.05
BP BP PLC 69.17 +.35
BRT BRT 24.05 +.01
BHI BakrHu 58.70 +.90
BLL BallCp 37.07 -.82
BFT BallyTFif u4.67 +.52
BBD BcoBrades 42.90 -.29
BAC BkofAm 42.64 -.02
BK BkNY 29.95 -.27
BN Banta- 48.57 +.08
BCR Bard 65.90 +.05
BKS BamNbIs 38.66 -.09
BRL BarrPhm 51.76 -.20
ABX BarridckG 27.59 +.50
BOL BauschL 78.28 +.35
BAX Baxter 40.07 -.18
BSC BearSt 105.50 +1.10
BZH BeazrHms60.16 -.08
BEC BeckCoul 56.15 -1.43
BDX BectDck 53.81 -.14
BLS BellSouth 26.10 -.20
BMS Bemis 25.51 -.20
BER Berkleys 36.35 -.75
BBY BestBuvs 44.86 +.07
BEV Beverly 12.62 +.01
BVF Biovail 22.13 -.60
BDK BlackD 83.31 -2.35
BKH BIkHICp 41.40 +.12
BRF BlkFLO8 15.42 -.01
HRB BlockHR s 24.42 -.22
BBI Blockbstr d5.36 -.30
BB/B BIckbstBn d5.09 -.20
BLU BlueChp 6.63 +.02
BA. Boeing 64.18 -1.22
BGP Borders 22.77 -.11
SAM BostBeer 23.25 -.39
BXP BostProp 71.93 +.30
BSX BostonSci 24.98 -.02
BYD BoydGm 43.86 -1.37
EAT Brinker 38.10 -.66
BCO Brinks 40.43 -1.00
BMY BrMySq 24.74 -.12
BG BungeLt 55.15 -1.04
BNI BudNSF 54.55 +.15
BR BurlRsc 75.57 +1.57
CEC CECEnt d31.28 -3.20
CHG CHEngy 48.83 -1.18
Cl CIGNA 114.61 +1.31
CIT CITrrp 45.95 -.23
CMS CMSEng 16.51 +.08
CNF CNFInc 50.24 +.32
TEU CPShipg 21.52 -.50
CSS CSSInds 34.02 -.32
CSX CSX 44.10 -.39
CVS CVSCps 28.90 -.95
CVC CablvsnNY 31.53 -.12
CDN Cadence 16.18 -.10Q
ELY CallGolf 14.73 -.12
CPN Calpine 3.30 +.05
CCJ Camecogs52.06 +1.41
CPB CampSp 30.23 -.67
CNQ CdnNRsgs 46.53 +1.09


COF CapOne 80.48 -.07
CMOpB CapMptB 12.86
CAH CardnlHIth 60.60 +.70
CMX CaremkRx 48.55' -.02
KMX CarMax 31.19 -.73
CCL Carnival 49.70 -.52
CAT Caterpils 58.30 -1.10
CE Celanesen 19.13 -.13
CX Cemex 51.52 +.77
CD Cendant 20.34 +.11
CNP CenterPnt 14.94 -.04
CTX Centex 67.49 -.65
CERp CnlLtpf 8725 -1.20
CTL CnryTel 35.52 -.37
CHB ChmpE 13.16 -468
CRL ChRvLab 45.63 +33
CKP Checkpnt 23.16 -.18
CEM Chemtura 16.08 -.20
CHK ChesEno u33.63 +1.32
CVX Chevrons 62.55 +.18
CHS Chicoss 33.79 -.65
CB Chubb 88.03 -.53
CHT ChungTel 18.79 -.16
XEC Cimarex 43.15 +57
CBB CinciBell 4.41 -.03
CIN CINergy 43.95 +.08
CC CircCity 16.10 -.36
C Citigrp 44.98 -.12
CZN CtzComm 13.56 -.02
CLE ClairesStrs 24.42 -.17
CCU ClearChan 32.95 -.27
CLX Clorox 55.85 -.42
COH Coach s 32.51 -.49
KO CocaCl 43.52 -.14
CCE CocaCE 19.46 -.20
CDE Coeuf 3.73 +.03
CL ColgPal 52.55 -.21
CMK Collntln 8.84 -.07
CMA Comerica 60.90 +.34
CBH CmcBNJs 31.42 +26
RIO CVRD 36.60 +.17
RIOp CVRDpf 32.06 +21
CMP CompssMn 24.64 +.67
CA CompAs 28.10 -.06
CSC CompSci 44.63 -.50
CRK ComstkRs 30.72 +.32
CAG ConAgra 22.58 -.04
COP ConocPhils67.48 +1.28
CNO Conseco 21.07 +.13
CNX ConsolEgy 72.63 +.81
ED ConEd 48.17 +.11
CEG ConstellEn 60.26 -.09
CAL CiAirB 12.15 -.45
CVG Cr 14.55 +.49
CAM Coo m 71.49 +.79
GLW Coming 20.81 -.93
.CGA CorusGr 8.81 -.05
CFC CntwdFn 35.02 -.23
CVH Coventry 81.28 +.58.
CEI CresRE 20.28 -.37
CCI CrwnCstle 24.60
CCK CrownHold 16.58 -.15
CY CypSem 15.86 -28

DNP DNPSelct 11.43 -.02
DPL DPL 27.03 +.21
DHI DRHorins 37.98 -.34
DTE DTE 46.43 -.05
DCX DaimIrC 50.15 +.19
DCN DanaCp 12.78 +.10
DHR Danaher 53.95 -.95
DRI Darden 30.02 -.73
DE Deere 63.48 -1.17
DPH Delphi 4.34 -.05
DAL viDeltaAir d.71 -.07
DNT Delta39 d2.78 +.03


DNR Denbury 46.89 +.95
DVN DevonEs 62.91 +.22
DEX DexMedia 25.62 +.32
DEO Diageo 59.72 +.33
DO DiaOifs 58.96 +1.34
DDS Dillards 22.58 -.04
DTV DirecTV 15.85 -.03
DIS Disney 24.11 -.70
DLB DolbyLab n 15.68 +.03
DG DollarG 18.94 -.18
D DomRes 80.23 +.80
DRL DoralFinif 14.40 +.12
DOV Dover 40.73 +.08
DOW DowChm 44.24 -.01
DJ DowJns 40.48 -.56
DRC DresserRn 24.49 -.47
DD DuPont 40.08 +.33
DUK DukeEgy 28.99 +.01
DRE DukeRlly 33.42 +.08
DQE DuqUght 17.75 -.12
DY Dycom 20.69 -.29
DYN Dynegy 4.73 +.03
ET ETrade 16.60 -.74
EMC EMCCp 12.80 -.29
EOG EOG Res s 69.20 +.75
EMN EastChm 47.12 -.34
EK EKodak 25.35 -.22
ETN Eaton 64.86 -.64
EIX Edisonlnt 46.30 -.01
EP EIPasoCp 12.61 +.22
ELN Elan 8.38 -.32
EDS EDS 22.65 +.19
EMR EmrsnElI 67.52 -.11
EDE EmpDist 23.60 -.11
ELX Emulex 20.68 -1.60
EEP EnbrEPrs 54.31 +.21
ENB Enbidges 30.71 +.06
ECA EnCanas 50.94 +1.43
ELE Endesa 25.30 +.25
ENH EndurSpec 34.60 -2.10
NPO EnPro 33.17 -.38
ESV ENSCO 38.70 +.31
ETS Enterasysh 1.35 +.15
ETR Entergy 73.69 +.57
EFX Equifax 33.95 +.12
ENN EqtyInn 12.91 -.15
EOP EqOffPT 33.21 -.15
*EQR EqtyRsd 38.70 -.01
EL EsteeLdr 39.60 -.39
EXC Exelon 55.00 -,27
XOM ExxonMbI 62.47 +.60
FPL FPLGps 45.70 +.21
FCS FairchldS 16.82 -.38
FDO FamDIr 21.23 -.07
FNM FannieM If d48.18 +.66
FDX FedExCp 79.80 -.18.
FSS FedSignI 17.23 -.19
FD FedrDS 65.77 -2.00
FII Fedlnvst 32.29 +.49
FGP Ferrellgs 21.90 -.05
FOE Ferrolf 19.60 -.11
FDC FrstOata 42.33 -.39
FF FRFnFds 19.71 +.09
FHN FstHorizond38.12 +.02
FFA FtTrFid: 1t', -.02
FE RrstEngy 5i': +.02
FSH RshrSci i:,i, -.44
FLE FleetEri 11.12 -.16
FRK RaRocks 58.34 +.29
FL FootLockr 21.58 +.58
F FordM 9.96 +.14
FDG FdgCCTgs 40.95 -1.89
FRX ForestLab 44.84 +.31
FST ForestOil 50.36 -.84
FO FortuneBr 87.13 -.57
FCL FdtnCoaln 36.60 +.13
BEN FrankRes 80.59 -.93
FRE FredMac 59.65 +1.42


FCX FMCG 42.95 +.60
FSL Freescale 24.24 -.25
FSL/B FreescB n 24.67 -.09
FMT Fremont 22.61 -.52
FBR FriedBR 11,51 -.07
FTO FrontOwi 39.93 +.15
FRO Frontline 44.00 +1.14

GMT GATX 38.82 -.72
GAB GabelliET u9.54 +.01
GME GameStp u36.70 +.46
GCI Gannett 71.19 -.95
GPS Gap 18.52 -.27
GTW Gateway 2.59 -.04
DNA GeQentch 89.63 -1.15
GD GenDyn 116.52 ,+.51
GE GenBec 34.05 -.23
GGP GnGrthPrp 46.18 -.14
GMR GnMart 35.32 +.65
GIS GenMills 46.31 -.51
GM GnMotr 32.77 +.08
GNW Genwortlh 31.12 -.66
GP GaPacif 33.14 +.42
G Gillette 53.24 -.48
GLG Glamis 21.00 +.90
GSK GlaxoSKIn 50.00 +.42
GSF GlobalSFe 44.56 +1.20
GFR GoldFLtd 12.40 +.82
GG Goldcrpg u20.00 +.90
GDW GoldWFs 61.72 +.78
GS GoldmanSu115.90 -1.30
GR Goodrich 45.20 +.20
GT Goodyear 16.65 -,20
GRA vjGrace 10.00 -.27
GRP GrantPrde 38.20 +1.43
GXP GtPIainEn 30.74 -.37
GMP GMP 31.16 +.01
GFF Griffon 25.68 +.09
TV GTelevsa u69.65 +1.85
GTK Gtech 33.96 -.19
GSH GuangRy 15.90 -.24
GDT Guidant 69.98 -.69
HCA HCAInc 49.62 -.13
HCC HCC s 26.42 -.88
HRP HRPTPrp 12.81 -.10
HAL Hallibtn 63.35 +.65
JHS HanJS 15.01 -.13
PDF HanPtDiv 9.11 -.04
PDT HanPtDv2 11.69 -.07
HC Hanover 14.20 -.13
HAN Hanson 53.45 -.61
HDI HarleyD 51.16 +.51
HMY HarmonyG 8.80 +.43
HET HarrahE 68.95 -.40
HRS Harriss 39.32 -1.00
HIG HartfdFn 74.07 -1.20
HAS Hasbro 21.53 -.40
HE HawaiiB 27.56 -.34
HCN HItCrREITrr 37.31 +.03
HMA HItMgt 23.33 -.29
HR HIthcrRllf 39.14 +.50
HL HeclaM 3.85 +.11
HNZ Heinz 35.50 -.44
OTE HellnTel 10.15 -.11
HSY Hershey 57.601 -.61
HPO HewlettP 27.50 -.03
HIB Hibem 29.99 -.05
HIW HighwdPlf 30.30 -.07
HLT Hilton 22.71 -.17
HD HomeDo 40.34 -.26
HON HonwlInti 38.78 -.18
HMT HostMarr 17.11 -.23
HOV HovnanE 56.91 +.23
HU HudsonUtd 42.20 -.08
HUG HughSups 32.09 -.41
HUM Humana 47.78 +.28
RX IMS Hflh 26.45 -.24


ITT ITTInds 112.75 -1.57
IDA Idacorp 31.02 -.03
ITW ITW 82.30 -.77
IMN Imation 41.86 -.40
N INCO 43.02 +.25
IFX Inineon 9.70 -.14
IR IngerRds 40.19 -.88
IM IngrmM 17.39 +.08
IBM IBM 80.48 -.27
IGT IntlGame 26.91 -.15
IP IntPap 31.70 +.26
IRF IntRect 48.93 -.78
IPG Interpublf 11.33 +.07
IRM IronMIn u36.30 -.16

JPM JPMoroCh 34.24 +.09
JBL Jabil 29.27 -.05
JP JeffPilot 49.71' -.27
JNJ JohnJn 64.30 +.25
JCI JohnsnCtl 61.92 +.02
KBH KB Homes 76.55 +.64
KSU KCSouth 23.10 +.18
KDN Kaydon 28.47 -.39
K Kellogg 45.36 +.06
KWD Kellwood 24.99 +.19
KMG KerrMcG 93.19 +1.49
KEY Keycorp 33.06 +.05
KSE KeySpan 37.66 +.17
KMB KimbClk 60.83 -.53
KG KingPhrm 15.62 -.47
KGC Klnross glf 7.49 +.63
KRI KnightR d60.07 -1.39
KSS Kohls 52.07 -1.29
KFT Kraft 30.68 -.06
KR Kroger 20.51 +.54
LPL LG Philips 22.29 -.13
LRT LLERy 4.91 -.03
LSI[ LSI Log 9.93 -.36
LTC LTCPrp 21.97 -.03
LZB LaZBoy 14.41 +.21
LQI LaQuinta 8.44
LH LabCp 48.65 +.09
LAB LaBmch 9.13 -.17
LG Ladede 32.95 -.87
LVS LVSands n 35.30 -.71
LEA LearCorp 36.42 +.53
LEH LehmBr u112.41 +.13
LEN LennarA 62.09 +.37
Lil Lennox u25.03 +.08
LXK Lexmark 63.88 -.37
ASG LbtyASG 6.08 +.01
L LibtvMA 8.24 -.02
LLY UlilyEi 55.45 -.07,
LTD Limited 20.59 -.11
LNC LincNat 51.50 +.21
LNN Lindsay 24.58 -.17
UN Linens u28.25 +2.31
LGF UonsGtg 10.15 -.25
LIZ LizClaib 40.85 -.26
LMT LockhdM 62.19 -.34
LPX LaPac 26.61 +.12
LOW LowesCos 65.99 -1.48
LU Lucent 3.14 +.04
LYO Lyondell 28.36 -.28

MTB M&TBk 105,90 -.22
MBI MBIA 56.55 -1.20
KRB MBNA 24.88 -.01
MDC MDC s 78.78 -.41
MDU MDURes 33.47 -.15
WFR MEMC 19.58 -.04
MCR MCR 8.70 +.01
MGM MGMMirs 44.73 -.37
MAD Madeco 9.60 +.03
MGA Magnalg 73.96 -.04
MHY MgdHi 6.41


HCR ManorCare 39.45 -.10
MFC Manulifg 51.80 +.45
MRO Marathon 67.14 +.71
MAR MarlntA 62.63 -.36
MMC MarshM 28.88 -,17
MSO MStewrt 31.00 -1.98
MVL MarvelE 18.83 +.04
MAS Masco 30.40 -.11
MEE MasseyEn 50.92 +.60
MSC MatSci 14.83 -.31
MAT Mattel 18.14 -.25
MVK MavTube 31.78 +.07
MXO Maxtor 4.30 -.01
MYG Maytag 18.76 +.11
MKC McCorm 30.30 +.30
MDR McDerl 33.12 +.26
MCD McDnlds 32.36 -.76
MHP McGrwHs 47.79 -.39
MCK McKesson 45.52 +.24
MFE McAfee 33.17 +.52
MWV MeadWvco 29.63 +.18
MHS MedcoHih- 53.47 -.29
MDT Medotnic 56.65 +.02
MEL MellonFnc 31.86 +.16
MRK Merck 28.70 +.03
MDG MeridGId 21.21 +.69
TMR MeddRes 3.49 +.03
MER MerrillLyn 60.03 +.25
MET MeltUfe 48.89 -.28
MIK MichSItrs 33.46 -.63
MU MicronT ul3.23 +.55
MAA MidAApt 47.40 -.10
MDS Midas 20.30 -.02
MZ Milacron 1.75 +.01
MIL Millipore 63.50 -.51
MLS MillsCp 58.20 -1.05
MTF MitsuTkyo 10.32 -.20
MBT MobileTels 38.60 -.56
TAP MolsCoorsB66.60 +.66
MON Monsnto 64.04 -.17
MRH Monlpelr d24.90 -.87
MCO Moodyss u51.68 +.67
MWD MorgSlan 52.47 -.12
MSF MSEmMkt 20.50
MOT Motorola u23.87 +.42
MEN MunienhFd 11.68 -.03
MUR MurphOs 50.36 -.16
MYL MylanLab 18.01 -.13
NCR NCRCps 31.78 -.34
NRG NRGEgy 41.00 +.16
NLC NalcoHldn 17.57 +.12
NCC NatlCity 35.24 -.17
NFG NatFuGas u32.10 +.98
NGG NatGrid 50.25 +.39
NOV NOilVarco 63.95 +.05
NSM NatSemi u26.25 -.01
NLS Nautilus 23.80 -1.65
NAV Navistar 34.59 -.13
HYB NewAm 2.23 +.01
NEW NwCentFn 42.26 -1.01
NJR NJRscs 45.85 +.25
NYB NYCmtyB 17.30 +.02
NYT NYTimes 32.86 -.33
NWL NewellRub 22.81 -.56
NFX NewfExps 46.57 +.72
NEM NewmtM 43.94 +2.20
NR NwpkRs 8.10 -.27
NWS/ANewsCpAn 15.87 -.23
NWS NewsCpBn 16.83 -.30
NI NiSource 24.15 +.43
GAS Nicor 41.90 +.05
NKE NikeB 78.49 -.79
NE NobleCorp 70.70 +1.31
NBL NobleEngy 88.55 +1.02
NOK NokiaCp 16.78 -.03
JWN Nordstrms 36.55 -.22
NSC NornkSo 36.38 -.05
NT NortelNet 3.15 -.13


NFB NoFrkBcsd26.22 -.38
NU NoestUt 20.03 -.01
NBP NoBordr 47.37 -.13
NOC NorthropG 56.00 -.16
NWB NwAir39 d5.01 +.06
NVS Novartis 49.51 +.39
NST NSTARs 29.50
NUE Nucors 58.94 -.52
NQF NvFL 16.04 -.24
NIO NvIMO 15.26 -.18
OCA OCAIncIf 1.95 +.36
OGE, OGEEngy 28.84 -.45
OMM OMICp 18.05 +.10
OXY OcciPet 85.88 +1.74
ODP OffcDpt. 29.99 -.41
OMX OfficeMax 33.19 +1,76
OLN Olin 18.80 -.19
OCR Omncre 55.86 +.36
OMC Omnicom 81.14 -.07
OS OreSti 26.32 -.22
OSK Oshkshs 40.96 -.22
OSI OutbhkStk 39.96 -.86
01 Owenslll 23.66 -.58

PCG PG&ECp 38.11 +.12
PMI PMIGrp 38.92 -.33
PNC PNC 56.66 +.01
PNM PNMRes 29.00 -.24
PPG PPG 61.90 -.21
PPL PPLCps 32.07 +.06
PHS PacifCre 77.06 +.01
PTV Pactiv d18.21 -.43
PLL PallCp 28.20 -1.76
PA PanASatnu24.36 +.01
PRX ParPharm 25.85 +.45
PSS PaylShoe 18,48 -.40
BTU PeabdyEsu75.37 +1.51
PGH Pengrthg 23.70 +.19
PVR PenVaRs 51.48 -.37
JCP Penney 48.53 -.28
PBY PepBoy 13.35 -.40
PBG PepsiBott 28.20 -.34
PEP PepsiCo 55.35 -.11
PAS PepsiAmer 24.14 +.10
PBT Prmian 15.50 +.15
PKZ PetroKazg 54.22 -.08
PCZ PetroCg 83.75 +1.35
PBR Pelrobrs 66.40 +1.00
PFE- Pfizer 26.03 +.05
PD PhelpD 111.50 +.78
PVH PhlVH 31.70 -1.95
PNY PiedNGs 25.19 -.16
PIR Pier1 12.56 -.30
RCS PimcoStrat 12.63 +.26
PNK PinndEnt 18.90 -.52
PXD PioNtd 52.00 +.94
PBI PitnyBw 43.22 -.80
PDG PlacerD 15.87 +.58
PXP PlainsEx 40.90 +1.55
PTP PlatUnd 29.29 -1.00
PCL PlumCrk 38.42 +1.12
PIl Polaris d49.97 -2.43
PPS PostPrp 37.97 -.38
PX Praxair 48.31 -.14
PCP PrecCastsu50.13 +.24
PDS PrecDrlls u50.42 +1.03.
PGI PremGlbSvd7.90 -.71
PDE Pridelnt 25,98 +.53
PFG PdnFnd 47.29 -.61
PG ProctGam 55.02 -.53
PGN ProgrssEn 44.10 +.15
PLD Prologis 44.72 +.64
PHY ProsStHiln 3.40 +.01
PVN Providian 18.52 +.01
PRU Prudend 66.16 -.44
PEG PSEG 65.65 -.12
PSA PubStrg 67.93 -.04


PSD PugetEngy 23.38 -.05
PHM PulteHs 45.56 -.01
PYM PHYM 7.06 -.06
PGM PIGM 9.76
PPT PPrlT 6.33
NX Quanexs 62.00 +.30
DGX QstDiags 50.95 -.55
KWK QkslvRess 41.06 +.03
ZQK Quiksilvrs 15.55 -.19
Q QwestCm 3.80 +.09
RPM RPM 18.35 -.15
RDN Radian 51.54 -.47
RSH RadioShk 25.64 -.04
RAH Ralcoip 43.04 -.56
RRC RangeRsc 34.68 +.03
RJF RJamesFn 30.36 -.29
RYN Rayonier 57.11 +2.56
RTN Raytheon 38.35 -.02
RDA ReaderDig 16.19 -.24
0 Ritylncos 24.10
RGC RegalEnt. 18.91 -.27
RF RegionsFn 32.04 -.14
RRI ReliantEn 13.12
RNR RenaisRe 43.60 -70
REP Repsol 31.43 +.12
RVI RetailVent 11.79 +.09
REV Revlon 3.59 -.05
RAD RiteAld 4.10 -.08
RHI RobltHalf 34.96 -.30
ROK RockwlAut 53.85 -.55
ROH RoHaas 41.61 +.03
RDC Rowan 36.31 +.92
RCL RylCarb 42.76 -.09
RDS/A RoyDShAn 64.29 +.82
RVT Royce 20.14
RI RubyTues 22.80 -.37
R Ryder d33.37 -36
RYL Rylands 74.37 +.47

SBC SBCCom 23.69 -.10
SCG SCANA 42.77 +.03
SLM SLMCp 53.36 -.07
STM STMicro 17.56 -.14
TSG SabreHold 19.41
SWY Safeway 24.90 +.64
JOE StJoe 67.83 -2.88
STJ StJudes 47.00 +.22
STA StPauTTrav 42.54 -.06
SKS Sakslf 20.39 -.56
CRM Salesforce 23.51 -.11
EDF SalEMInc2 13.93 +.04
SBF SalmSBF 14.05 -.09
SJT SJuanB 45.80 +.70
SNY Sanoif 40.41 +.14
SLE SaraLee 18.90 -.13
SGP SchergPl 21.35 -.16
SLB SchImb 82.85 +.63
SCH Schwab u14.50 +.04
SFA SdAtlanta 39.06 -.12
SPI ScottPw 41.70 -.02
STX SeasateT 15.43 -.79
SEE SealAir 47.70 -.90
SRE SempraEn 45.90 +1.07
SXT. Sensient 18.94 +.02
SE 7-Eleven 35.71 +.30
SGR ShawGp 22.11 +.22
SHW Sherwin 45.60 -.14
SKO ShopKo. 25.37 +.03
SHU Shurgard 55.40 -.12
SRP SierrPac 14.84 -.05
SGI SilcnGphh .75 -.01
SPG SimonProp 75.85 -.40
PKS SixRags 7.31 +.01
AOS SmithAO 27.75
SI Smithlnts 32.61 +.39
SLR Solectm 3.95 +.07
SO SouthnCo 35.17 +.14


AEIAN SOCKEXCANE


Tkr Name Last Chg
AAC Ableaucn .40 +.01
ABP Abraxas u4.99 +.40
AE AdmRsc 21.75 +.14
AOB AmOrBion 5.10 -.55
AMW AWIrStar .30 +.01
SIL ApexSilv 15.73 +1.03
AGT ApolloGg .30
AQA AquaCellh .49 -.04
AVN AvanirPh 3.26 -.17
AFT Axesstel 2.58 -.09
BSM BSDMedn 4.61 -.59
BGO BemaGold 2.68 +.17


BiotechT 195.70
BrdbdHT 18.69
CalypteBh .27
Cambior g 2.06
CanArgo 1.61
Cardiotch 2.44
CarverBcp 17.00
CavalierH u7.11
CFCdag 5.33
Chenieres 39.08
ComSys 11.37
CovadCmn 1.21
Crystallxg 2.54


GTF Cvlomed n 2.90 +.69
DHB DHBInds 3.86 -.14
DIA DJIADiam 105.57 -.54
DEZ DesertSng 1.75 +.05
ENG ENGlobal 8.65 +.11
EAG EagleBbnd .16
EGO EldorGldg 3.34 +.19
ECF Eswth 7.88 +.02
END Endvrint 4.91 -.24
FVD FTrVLDv 15.01
FVE FIveStar 6.90 -.37
FPU RaPUtils 16.25 +.14
GTE GlobeTeln 1.44 +.07


GSS GoldStrg 3.28 +.22
GW GreyWolf 7.80
HEC Harken .72 -.03
HOM HomeSol 3.85 -.28
IAG IAMGIdg 7.54 +.42
IGR INGGRE 15.59 -.13
EWZ iShBrazil 29.66. +.28
EWG iShGerm 19.35 +.01
EWH IShHK 13.25 +.01
EWJ iShJapan 11.43 -.04
EWM iShMalasia 7.27 +.04
IW iShSP500 123.27 -.45
EEM iShEnMktsl80.73 -.29


IVW iShSPBaG 58.55 -.30
IVE iShSPBaV 64.20 -.20
EFA iShEAFE s 56.95 +.04
IBB iShNqBio 77.67 -.58
IWD iShRlOOOV 69.11 -.02
IWF iShRlOOOG 49.89 -.33
IWB iShRus1O0066.96 -.10
IWN iShR2000Vs66.35 -.66
IWO iShR2900G 68.59 -,83
IWM iShRs2000 s66.40 -.77
IYR iShREsts 65.57 -.04
UR iShSPSmI s 57.55 --.54
INS IntigSys 2.72 +.01


lIP IntrNAP .48 -.01 NXG NIhgtMg 1.21 +.04 QEE Qnstakegn .19 +.02
HHH IntntHTr 59.27 -.74 NG NovaGldg 7.85 +.15 RAE RaeSyst 3.72 -.01
ILE Isolagen 2.24 OIH OilSvHT 118.53 +1.73 RKH RegBkHT 133.52 -.11
IVX IvaxCorn 26.30 +.05 ONT On2Tech .77 +.05 RTK Rentech 2.50 -.22
KFX KFXInc 14.96 -.44 PMU PacRim .70 +.06 RTH ReItalHT 94.67 -1.06
MCZ MadCatzg .71 -.01 PAX PaxsnC .57 -.03 SMH SemiHTr 37.15 -.25
MRM Menimac 9.11 +.01 CUP PeruCopgnul.61 +.11 SWB SmithWes 4.49 +.09
MDF MetroHltn -2.57 -.01 PTF PetroldEg 18.81 +.07 SPY SPDR 123.21 -.45
MNG Miramar 1.42 +.19 PPH PhmHTr 72.28 -.15 MDY SPMid 130.38 -.56
NBR Nabors 68.06 +.21 PDC PionDril 16.94 +.64 XLB SPMatls 27.87 +.10
NGS NatGsSvcsu24.99 +1.30 PBW PwSCInEn 18.00 -.14 XLV SPHIthC 31.87 -.09
NWD NDragon 2.19 -.03 PZA Prvena .80 +.02 XLP SPCnSt 23.04 -.15
NTO NOriong 2.70 +.06 PVX ProvETg 11.98 +.10 XLY SPConsum33.11 -.31


XLE SPEnyov 51.92 +.64
XLF SP Fnd 29.68 -.03
XU SPInds 30.06 -.23
XLK SPTech 20.90 -.22
XLU SPUifl 33.23 +.12
STV SterlCons 19.60 -3.53
STG Stonepath 1.00
TRE TanRnggn u2.73 +.37
TMY TmsmrEn u3.43 +.05
UPL UIBraPtgs 44.52 +.99
EGY VaalcoE 3.80 +.05
WLB Wstmlnd 24.72 +.12
AUY Yamanag u4.36 +.32


NASDAQNATIONALMRE


Tkr "Name Last Chg

ACMR ACMoore d19.98 -.72
ADCT ADCTelrs 21.46 -.07
ADEX ADECp 2242 +.11
APAC APACC .83. +.03
ASML ASMLHki 17.29 -.24
ASVI ASVIncs 22.60 -.13
ATYT ATITech 13.32 -.32
ATSI ATSMed 3.72 -.02
ASTM Aastrom 2.24 -.13
ABGX Abgenix 11.84 -.05
ACCL Accoelrys 6.62 +.25
LEND AccHme 39.85 -122
ACET AcetoCps 6.18 +.16
ATVI Activisns 22.47 -.05
ACTU Actuate 2.62 -.02
ACXM Acxiorm 19.75 -.04
ADPT Adaptec 3.43 -.03
ADBE AdobeSys 27.19 +.37
ADTN Adtan 30.03 -.82
AEIS AdvEnId 11.74 -.07
ADVNA Advanta 27.05 +.02
ADVNB AdvanlB 2920
AFFX Alfymel 47.51 -1.25
AGIL AgileSt 7.03 +.07
AKAM AkamaiT 13.55 -.09
AKZOY Akzo 41.48 -.10
APCS Alamosa 17.93 +.11
ALSK AlaskCom ulO.84 -.10
AMRI AlbnyMIc 12.48 -.53
ALDA Aldila 24.85 -.45
ALGN AlignTech 6.96. -21
ALKS Alkerm 18.03 -.36
AFOP AliFibO .94 +.04
AHCI AlldHitth 5.04 +.04
ALOY Alleylnc 5.61 +.24
MDRX Allscripts 1728 -.37
ALT] AllairNano 2.85 -.03
ALTR AlleraCo 19.47 -.08
ATRS Altris 14.74 +1.19
ALVR Alvaron 8.91 +.08
AMZN Amazon 43.10 -.83
AMED Amnedisy 39.16 -.36
ABNK AmegyBcp 2250 -.04
ABMCWAmrBiowt 24 +.02
ACAS AmCapStr 37.11 -21
AEOS AEagleOs 26.60 +.10
APPX AmPharm 46.63 -.46
APCC APwCnv 26.01 -.46
AMTD Ameritrade u21.85 -.16
AMGN Amoen 82.37 -.40
AMKR AmkorT 5.24 -.18
AMNT AmNelMIg 10.10 -.10
ASYS Amtech u7.17 +2.11
AMLN Amyin 30.44 -.61
ALOG Anogic 49.68 -.94
ANLY AnalysIs 3.05 -.06
ANLT AnlySur 1.40 -.06
ANDW Andrew 11.13 -.29
ADRX AndrxGp 16.33 -.30
ANPI Angioltchg 13.67 +.36
AAUK AngloAm 26.62 +.45
PUMP Animas 17.27 -.04
APOL ApdloG 75.27 -.42
AINV Apololnv u20.40 +.18
AAPL AppoeCs 49.61 -121
APPB Applebees 21.62 -.33
ADSX ApplDigl 3.09 -.04
AINN Apldlnov 3.95 -.04
AMAT ApidMal 17.83 -.26
AMCC AMCC 2.90 -.06
AQNT aQuantive u20.41 +.66
ARBX Arbinein 7.26 +.18
ARIA AridP 7.55 -.32
ARBA Aribalnc 5.95- -.07
ABFS AmkBesl 32:85 -.14
ARMHY ArmHId 6.46 -.14
ARTX Arotech .85 +.03
ARRS Aris u11.26 -.46
ARTG AnTech 1, -.04
ATSN 'Artesyn 9?-. -.14
ARTC AdihroCr 38.1J 39
ASIA Asialnfo 515 -.23
ASPT AspeclCm 11.53 -02
AZPN AspenTc 5.27 +.15


ASBC AsscdBanc 31.71 -.36
ASYT AsystTch 5.32 +.11
ARDI AlRoad 4.65 +.05
ATAR Atari 1.31 -.15
AGIX AthrGnc 17.86 -.21
ATHR Atheros 10.46 -.56
ATML Almel 2.08 -.06
ADBL Audide 11.56 -.43
AUDC AudCodes 10.94 -.02
VOXX Audvox 17.52 -.33
ADSK Autodsks 43.08 -.52
AVNX Avanex .90 +.03
AVID AvldTch 44.68 -.34
AVCT AvoclCp 32.49 -.52
AWRE Aware 5.89 -.09
ACLS Axcels 5.73 -.20
BEAS BEASvs 9.11 +.15
BTUI BTU Int 9.26
BIDU Baldu n 81.32-32.27
BLDP BallardPw 6.40 +.19
BCON BeaconP 3.43 -.21
BBGI BeasleyB 13.88 -.72
BEBE BebeStrss 17.61 -.25
BBBY BedBath 40.11 -.85
BVEW BindView 3.73 -.06
BIIB Biogenldc 40.67 -.63
BMET Biomet 36.43 -29
BIOM Biomira 1.67 -.04
BPUR Biopurers 1.29 -.14
BCSI BluCoat u41.19 -1.18
BDCO BluDolp 2.77 -.12
BOBE BobEvn 23.68 -25
BEXP BrigExp 10.29 +01
BRCM Brdcom 45.78 -.99
BWNG Broadwing 4.91 -.11
BRCDE BrodeCmIl 4.00 -.05
BRKS BrooksAut 13.48 -.39
BSQR Bsquare .66 +.03
BOBJ BusnObj 35.29 -.31
CCBL C-COR 6.84 -.20
CBIZ CBIZInc 4.70 -.04
CBRL CBRLGrp 36.00 -.42
CHINA CDCCpA 2.98 -.02
CDWC CDWCorp 58.31 -.19
CHRW CHRobn 62.09 +.15
CMGI CMGI 1.66 -.03
CNET CNET 13.38 -.43
CNXS CNS 28.61 -1.50
CT1B CTIInds u6.28 +199
CDIS CalDive 57.99 +.12
CAMO CalMor 8.25 -.15
CARS CapAuto 38.35 +.03
CCBG CapClyBks 36.54 -.37
CPST COpsiTrb 5.53 +12
CPTV CaptivaSft 19.27 -1.42
CRME Cardiomg 7.16 -.16
CECO CareerEd 38.74 -.88
CKEC CarmikeC d22.30 -1.41
CELG Celoenes 54.77 +1.86
CEGE CellGens 5.91 -.20
CTLM Centilm u3.95 +.02
CEPH Cechin 45.42 +2.05
CRDN Ceradynes 31.92 -.90
CHIC ChadRsse 14.45 -.20
CHRS ChrmSh 11.63 -.20
CHTR CharlCm 1.70 -.01
CHTT Chaitem 37.71 -.08
CHKP ChkPoint 23.52 -.46
CKFR ChkFree 38.37 -.30
CHKR Checkers 15.02 +.18
CAKE Cheesecks 31.69 -.98
PLCE ChildPIc 37.25 -.40
IMOS ChipMOS 7.32 +.42
CHIR Chiron 44,00 +.30
CHDN ChrchID 37.15 -.50
CIEN CienaCo 2.18 -.07
CTAS Cintas 39.55 -.72
CRUS Cirrus 7.67 -.04
CSCO Cisco 17.84 -.41
CTXS CirixSy 25.15 -.26
CLHB CleanH 31.67 -.47
CKCM ClckCm 19.51 +1.41
CSGP CoStar 47.88 +2.34
COGT Cogentn 26.91 -1.23
CTSH CogTech 46.76 -.82
COGN Cognosg 40.60 +.17
CLCT CiclUnv 13.00 +.01


CMCO Colmbus u23.26 +.92 EXPE Expedian 21.82 -.25
CMRO Comarco 8.00 +.50 EXPD ExpdlntI 54.99 +.33
CMCSA Comcast 29.80 -.08 ESRX ExpScripts 60.30
CMCSK Comsoa 29.41 -.02 EXTR ExtNetw 4.58 -.04
CBSS CompsBc 46.33 -.11 EYET Eyelech 18.25 -.19
CPWR Compuwre 9.57 -.19 FFIV F5SNetw 43.14 -.55
CMVT Comvers 27.02 -.55 FULIR FLIRSyss 29,63 -.74
CCUR ConcCm 1.72 -.07 FAST Fastenal 63.05 --.19
CNXT Conexant 1.63 -.01 FTGX FiberNetrs 3.07 +.55
CNMD Conmed 28.73 -.29 FITB FithThird 40.52 -.84
CORI Corillian 3.22 +.01 FNSR Finisar 1.31 +.09
COCO CodinthC 12.60 -.07 FINL FinUnes 14.05 -.09
COSI Cosilnc 9.95 -.03 FHRX FrstHrzn 20.56 +.09
COST Costco 43.16 -.37 FMER FstMeridt 27.39 -.03
CRAY Craylnc 1.07 -.02 FISV Fiserv 44.88 -.34
CMOS CredSys 8.91 -.23 FLEX Rexlm 13.33 -.31
CREE Creeinc 25.00 -.14 FLYI FLYi .27 -.02
CPTH CritPath .52 +.01 FMXI Foamex .13 -.01
CRYP Cryptlgc 16.12 -.88 FMCN FocusMedn22.33 -.82
CTRP CIrip.com u61.40 -1.71 FONR Fonar 1.04 +.01
CBST CubislPh 18.33 -,38 FORD Forward 26.94 -1.52
CMLS CumMed 1225 +.05 FOSL Fossil Inc 20.48 -.26
CRIS Curis 4.34 +.02 FWLT FoslerWhn 27.79 -.07
CURN CuronMed .40 -.02 FDRY Foundry 12.40 -.06
CYBX Cyberonic 36.71 -1.33 FRED FredsInc 12.85 -.50
CYMI Cymer 34.53 -.14 FRNT FmtrAir 9.95 -.22
CYTO Cytogen 4.87 -.27 FCEL FuelCeUl 10.76 -.23
CYTK Cylokinet 8.68 +28 FMDAY Fhrmdia .53 -.02
CYTC Cylyc 25.10 -.34
0GMXR GMXRs 20.22 -.62
DDIC DDiCorp .87 +.03 GRMN Garmin 64.00 -.64
DROOY DRDGOLD 1.31 +.08 GMST Gemrstar 3.04 -.13
DANKY Danka 2.06 -.06 GPRO GenProbe 48.03 -.47
DSTI DayStar 13.58 +.19 GENR Genaera 2.12 -.17
DECK DeckOut 23.54 -.86 GLGC GeneLgc 5.56 -.09
DELL Dellnc 34.69 -.22 GNLB GeneLTc .56 -.02
DPTR DOtaPIr 19.05 -.65 GNBT GenBiotc .68 +.01
DNDN Dndreon 7.02 +.79 GNSS GenesMcr 24.06 -1.13
DENN Dennysn 4.44 -.13 GNTA Genta 1.20 -.02
XRAY Dentsply 51.40 -.98 GNTX Gentexs 17.04 +.27
DEPO Depomed u6.18 ... GENZ Genzyme 71.59 -1.69
DRIV DigRiver 38.20 -.80 GERN GeronCp 10.73 -.63
DTAS Digitas 11.81 +.02 GIGM GigaMed 1.89
DISCA DiscHIdAn 14.92 +.08 GILTF GllatSatell 6.19 +.32
DSCO DiscvLabs* 6.35 +.23 GILD GileadSci 45.13 -.17
DESC DislEnSy 6.78 -27 GEMS Glenayre 3.67. +.09
DITC DitechCo 7.26 -.13 GLBL Globlind 12.94 +.07
DCEL DobsonCm 7.95 -.01 GEPT GIblePnt 4.89 -.14
DLTR DllrTree 23.53 +.23 GKIS GoldKistn 18,76 +.64
DBRN DressBn 24.55 +.21 G0OG Gooole 303.00 -8.68
BOOM DynMatl 37.11 -1.52 GGAL GrpoFin 8.08 +.02
EELN E-loan 4.16 +.02 GLFD GuilrdPh 3.67 -.02
EBAY eBays 37.66 -.62 HMNF HMNFn 3225 -.03
ECIL ECITel 8.07 -.17 HANS Hansens 46.66 -.77
EAGL EGLInc 25.80 -.03 HARB HarbrFL 36.30 -.49
ERES eRestch 15.44 -.10 HUT Harmonic 5.76 -.04
ESST ESSTech 3.60 -.07 HELE HelenTr 22.55 -.20
EVVV ev31ncn u20.30 +.70 HSIC HScheins 43.15 -.32
EZEM EZEM 13.55 -20 HOLL HlywMda 4.23 -.27
EGLE EagleBlkn u15.50 +.45 HOLX Holgic 47.88 -.24
ELNK ErthUnk 9.92 -.19 HOMS HomeStore 4.07 +.19
DISH EchoStar 31.99 -.12 HOTT HotTopic 14.94 -.10
ECST eCostcm 2.45 -.11 HCBK HudsCivs 12.20 -.20
EDMC EducMgt 3226 -.49 HGSI HumGen 12.59 -.29
EDUC EduDv d9.0 +.18 JBHT HunJUBs 18.31 +.33
EGHT 8x8Inc 223 +.04 HBAN Huntnk 23.27 +.09
ESIO BeclSd u22.82 -.04 HTCH HutchT 26.68 -.56
EGLS El-Irgts 3.28 +.02 HYGS Hydrgcs 4.00 -.05
ERTS EleclArts 60.87 -1.02 HYSL HyperSolu 45.70 -.18
EFII EFII 2243 -.23 IACI IACInters 24.74 -.43
EMRG eMgelnt .56 -.02 ICOS ICOS 26.31 -.88
EMMS EmmisC 23.14 -.46 IDBE ID Bio 2939 +.06
NYNY EmpireRst 5.60 +.25 IDXC IDXSys 33,82 -92
ECPG EncoreCap 17.55 -.32 PAS iPass 5.26 -.13
ENCY EncysiveP 12.35 -.11 IDNX Identix 4.89 -.03
ENDP EndoPhrm 30.00 -.15 ILMN Illumina 13,01 -.35
ENER EngyConv u38.61 +1.04 DISK ImaoEn 4.4 +142-
ENTG Entegris 11.32 -.26 IMAX ImaxCp 9.61 +.50
EENC Enterrags 23.40 +.51 IMCL Imctone 30.39 -88
ENTU Entrust 5.92 +.10 BLUDE ImmucrsIl 24,39 -,40
EPNY Epiphany 4.17 +.02 IMNA ImunResp .50 -304
ERICY EricsnTI 35.82 -.13 IMMU munrmd 2,06 -04
KEYW EssexCp u23.51 -,54 INPC InPhonien 15,28 -.64
EEFT Euronet u31.01 +.31 INCY Incyto 7.97 .24
ESLR EvrgrSIr 7.79 +.10 IDEV IndovusPh 3,20 ,02
XIDE ExideTc 5.16 -.06 INSP IntoSpee 24,70 -43


INFA Informal 11.21 -.14 MRVL Marveltr 45.57 -1.10 OPMR OptmalAg 16.77 -.68 SBAC SBACom 14.67 -.58 TLWT TelwesIGI 21.73 -.21
INFY Inlosys 73.00 +.31 MATR MatriaHs u37.60 +1,24 OXPS optXprsn 17.49 +.25 SAFC Safeco 52.17 -.58 TELK Teliklnc 16.42 +.45
INSM Insmed 1.18 -.06 MTRX MatrixSv 7.30 +.13 ORCL Oracle 13.44 -.20 SFNT SafeNet 32.85 +.49 TLAB Telabs 9.47 -.05
INGP Instnet 5.03 +.03 MXIM Maxim 43.32 -.38 OFIX Orthfx 44.33 -.74 SAFM SanderFm 37.32 +.38 TERN Terayon 3.58 +04
ICST IntegCirc 21.59 +.17 MXWL MaxwflT 14.08 +.05 OTTR OllerTail 30.81 -.05 SNDK SanDisk u43.25 +.61 TrEK TelraTc 16.92 +.09
IDTI InlgDv 11.12 +.12 MCDT McDala 4.83 +.03 OSTK Overslk 42.83 -.95 SANM Sanmina 4.88 +.06 TEVA TevaPhrm 33.40 -.03
ISSI ISSI 9.14 -.23 MCDTA McDataA 5.19 +.02 SAPE Sapient 6.83 -.15 COMS 3Com 3.51 -.05
INTC Intel 24.49 -.41 MEDI Medlmun 29.07 -.19 SATC Satcon 2.19 +.28 TIBX TbcoSft 8.15 -.11
SYNC Intellisync 4.33 -.08 MEDX Medarex 10.13 +.09 PET PETCO 23.52 -.11 SSFT ScanSoft 4.82 -.10 TrWTC TWTele 7.78 -20
INCX Interchgn 8.10 +.84 MDCI MedAct 17.77 -.03 PFCB PFChng 49.52 -.98 SCHN Schnitzer 30.71 -.50 TIVO TiVolnc 5.13 -.14
IDCC InlerDig 18.33 +.18 MDCO MediCo 20.95 +.31 PMCS PMCSra 9.01 +.02 SCHS SchoolSp u48.78 +.05 TOMO TomOnin 14.85 -.56
INLD Interdand 2.88 +.03 MENT MentGr 8.48 -.10 PSSI PSSWrld 13.12 -.30 SGMS SciGames 29.92 -1.23 TOPP Topps d8.33 -.23
IDWK InllisWkn d5.13 -.23 MEROE Merclntr If 37.93 -.40 PCAR Paccar 70.35 -.49 SEAC SeaChng 5.90. -.01 TRGL TorRes u35.64 +2.51
ISCA InllSpdw 52.71 -.95 MRGE MergeTc 17.21 -.11 PSUN PacSunwr 23.00 -.28 SHLO SearsHldgs128.87 -1.38 TSCO TractSupp 51.65 -.78
ICGE IntemtCap 8.60 +.15 MBRX Metabasis 4.14 -.01 PALM PalmInc 35.05 -.21 SCUR SecureCmp 11.84 +.05 TS Tactscap 51.65 -78
IIJI IntmflniJ 8.76 -.58 MUSA MetalsUSA 20.48 -.40 PSRC PalmSrce 17.94 +.02 SCSS SeCmfrt 20.84 +1.54 TRNS Transcat 4.40 -15
ISSX InlntSec 23.72 -.92 MEOH Methanx 14.85 +.08 PAAS PanASIv 16 +.44 SIGI Selctln 47.95 -.83 TMTA Trnsmeta 1.47 .08
ISIL Inlersil 21.37 -.21 MCRL Micrel 12.12 -32 PANC Panacos 990 +-09 SMTC Semlech 15.85 -.21 TXCC TmSwlc 1.77 -.01
ILSE IntraLasen 17.51 +.25 MCHP Microchp 29.86 -.52 PNRA PaneraBrd 51.87 -1.84 SNMX Senomyx 17.91 +12 T100 Travelzoe 21.81 -.63
INTU Intuit 44.64 -.40 MUSE Mcromse 6.98 -.06 PMTC ParmTo 6.47 -.13 SEPR Sepracor 53.84 -.83 TRID TddMic 33.34 -1.41
ISRG InlSurg 70.16 -2.92 MSCC MicroSemi 25.00 -.12 PTMK Pathmrk 11.38 -21 SRNA SerenaSft 19.01 +.06 TRMB TdmbleN 34.24 +1.63
IFIN InvFnSv 33.91 ... MSFT Microsoft 26.31 -.17 PDCO Patiersons 41.10 +.35 SNDA Shanda 27.90 -2.70 TRMS Trimeris 1420 +.45
IVGN Invitrogn 76.60 -.31 MSTR MicroStr 74.23 +.50 PTEN PalUTI 31.98 -.11 SHPGY ShirePh 38.23 -.92 TRINC Trinscrsh .27 +.05
IOTN lonatronn 9.34 -.06 MCEL MillCell 2.07 -.09 PAYX Paychex 33.64 -.32 SHFL ShuffiMsts 27.40 -.86 TRPH TdpathT .69 -.01
ISON Isonics 2.76 -.09 MLNM MillPhar 9.68 -.30 PENN PnnNGms 31.25 -1.31 SIRF SiRFTch 27.52 +1.02 TQNT TriQuint 3.62 -.14
IVAN IvanhoeEn 2.02 -.03 MLHR MillerHer 29.00 +.41 PBCT PeopBCTs 28.58 -.38 SEBL SiebelSys 10.36 ... TRLG TrueRelig n 14.61 -1.04
XXIA Ixia 16.53 -.64 MSPD Mindspeed 2.24 +.12 PPHM Peregrine 1.11 -.01 SIFY Siy 4.89 -.31 TRST TrstNY 12.75 -.14
_ _ MSON Misonix 7.82 -36 PFGC PerFood 29.68 -35 SIGM SigmDg 11.18 -.80 TRMK Trostmk 27.68 -.23
MOBE MobtyElec 12.83 -.35 PESI PermFx 2.49 -.09 SGTL SigmaTel 20.26 -.32 TMWD TumblwdC 3.91 +.03
JDSU JDSUniph 1.76 +.10 MOLX Molex 25.34 -27 PRGO Perigo 14.58 -.11 SIMG SilTnlmg 9.74 -.06 TFSM 24/7RealM u6.63 -.21
JKHY JacdHenry 19.28 -.16 MNTA Momenla 28.20 -25 HAWK Petrohawk 12.11 +.32 SLAB SilcnLab 32.27 -.55 UCBH UCBHHds 18.68 -.11
JAKK JIsPac 16.74 -.10 MNST MnstrWw 31.75 -.49 PETDE PetDvf 38.52 +.80 SIMO SllcnMotnu13.56 +.91 UTSI UTStrcin 7.72 -.06
JBLU JetBlue 18.83 -.15 MOVI MovieGal d14.03 -02 POUE PIroqlE 8.07 +.20 SSTI SST 5.20 -.11 UPCS Ubiquil 9.06
JCTCF JewettC 12.25 +1.79 MGAM MultmGm 9.83 -.40 PETM PetsMar d2357 -.69 SPIL SIcnware 5.00 -.03 UNTO UldOnih 13.60 -.34
JOYG JoyGbis 49.55 -35 MYOG Myogen u23.11 +08 PHM Phannion 23.90 +56 SSRI SilvSldg 12.48 +.58 USEG USEnr 4.34 -.02
JNPR JnprNtw 23.51 -.49 NABI NABIBio 13.72 -36 PFWD PhaseFwd 91 -.12 SINA Sins 26.72 -.78 UEIC UnvElc 16.57 +07
JUPM Jupitnied 16.40 -.07 NTGR NETgear 23.61 -.62 -1 SIRI SiiusS 7.11 -11 UFPI UnivFor 5621 -54
KLAC KLATnc 50.33 -.03 NGAS NOASRa 848 32 PNCL Pinna2A 17.29 -1.83
KTNG NGAS1s 85.31 +.2 PNCL PInnaciA d7.26-1.03 RNAl SimaThera 4.50 :-20 URBN UebanOut 5506 +.32
NIHD Nlldg 75.31 +.62 SWKS SkywksSol 7.12 -27
KBAY Kanbay 21.36 -64 NMSS NMSCm 3.56 +2 PIXR Pixears 42.96 -.91 SWKS SmLtsSoe 7.12 -.27
KNL Kendle u25.90 1.02 NMSS NMSCm 3.56 +27 PLUG lgPswer 670 .12 ssCC SmurfStne 10.90 -37 B
NDL Kendleh 8.48 -.0 PS NPSPhm 10.63 -27 PLUM 5.42 -.01 SOHU Sohu.cm 17.74 -.76 VCLK ValueClick 14.79 -.46
KNOT Knotncnul11.15 +1.10 NTU NTLInc 64.50 -31 POTP PointTher 4.10 -11 SONIC SonicCorp 29.52 -.11 VSEA VasanS 44.95 -90
KOMG Kooag 31.52 -2.51 QQQQ Nasd00Tr 39.18 -.45 PLCM Polycom 17.00 +.06 SNIC SoncWl 6.22 +.08 VDSGN Vascooa 9.86 -.13
KOPN KopinCp 7.01 -.07 NDAQ Nasdaqn 24.24 -24 SNAK PooreBr 5.79 -.66 SNWL SncWall 6.22 +.08 VSGN Vasogeng 1.90 -.12
KRON KronoCp 42.95 -.45 NSTK Nasch 13.92 -.38 PLAY PortlPlayn 27.64 -.15 SONS Sonus 4.88 -09 VEXP VelctyEhs 3.77 +.50
KUC Kulicke 7.98 -20 NAHC NatAIlHn 11.17 +.12 PWER Power-One 4.51 +02 SMBC SouMoc 1.2 VTI Ve 25.48 -95
KYPH Kyphon 43.12 -1.25 NHRX NatnsHI 7.72 +22 PWAV Powrwav u12.25 -20 SORC Srlnink 10.69 -14 VRSN Verisn 2229 -.50
LCAV LNAViss 39.71 +.06 NHRXW NanHthwt u2.76 +26 PRCS PraecisP .56 -.03 SBSA SpanBdcst d6.85 -.16 VRSO VeTgch .49 +.08
LKQX LKQCp 29.45 -66 NKR Nektarh 17.9 -23 PRST Preslek 13.05 -45 SSPI SpctSig 1.37 +.06 VRTX VertoPh 1837 -.54
LYTS LSllnds 17.00 +.13 UEPS NeI1UEPSnd22.77 -23 PCLN priceline 20.45 -.46 SPIR Spire 10.87 +81 VIAC ViaCell-.25
LTXX LTX 4.16 -03 NTOP No2Phn 1.75 -.06 PRTL PrimusT 97 -20 SPLS Stapless 21.49 -05 VAC Vweln 6.58 -.25
LDSH Ladish 16.55 -65 NTIQ NetQ 12.05 -.09 PGNX ProgPh 3.85 -1.17 SBUX Starbucks 47.16 -.80 VWPT ViewptCp 1.43 -.01
LRCX LamRsch 31.13 -73 NTES Netease 84.00 -1.05 PDU ProDsg u29.21 STTS STATSChp 6.78 +09 VISG VisageT 4.62 +.36
LAMR LarnarAdv 40.48 -36 NFLX Netifx 23.67 -.70 PSYS Psycol 50.31 -69 STLD Siyna 3189 -63 VPHM ViroPhrm 16.3 -.07
LNV LanViosn 4r +25 NTWK NetSolTch 2.36 +25 QLTI QLT 8.71 STEM SteCells 5.07 -.21 VTSS Vilesse 2.31 -.03
LSTR Landstars 36.00 -11 NTAP NetwlkAp 2295 -.10 QLGC Qitoic 33.81 -105 ST StewEnt 6.45 -.09 VLTR Vollerta 1148 +.07
LSCP Larp 30.32 -38 NURO NeurMrx 27.67 +129 QCOM Qualcom 42.07 -78 SOSA StoOfsh 11.49 +17 WPCS WPCStIn 7.36-1.33
LSCC Lai 4.35 -09 NEWP Newport 13.96 -09 QNTA QuantaCap 6.40 +.03 STXN Stralex 2.36 -.02 WRNC Wamaco 24.74 -.26
LAUR Laureate 47.29 +04 NEXM NexMed u2.24 +.03 OTWW uanFuel 3.93 +.02 FUEL StchMb 3.53 -07 WTRS Watllnst 8.64 -.81
LWSN LawsnSft 6.51 -.10 NXTP NexlPrt 25.32 +.31 QSFT OQuelSftw 15.10 -.04 SUNW SunMaro 4.08 -.02 HLTH WebMD 10.97 -.10
LVLT Level3 205 -.08 NTMD NitroMed 18.20 -22 OMAR QuintMain 11.32 -08 SCON SupTech .69 +01 WEBX WebEx 24.85 -.64
LEXR LexarMd 6.19 -.12 NOBH NobltyH 33.28 +1.84 RFMD RFMicD 6.37 +.02 SUPG SuperGen 6.43 -.29 WEBM webMeth 7.06 +.11
LBTYA LJbGlSbAsu27.10 +.34 NTRS NorTrst 48.81 -.06 RSAS RSASec 1332 -.24 SPRT SuappotSO 4.97 -.06 WBSN Websense 52.62 -.19
TK GbCu204 +06 NWAC viNwstAiri 1.87 +.30 AK ROne 134 -11 SUSQ SusqBnc 24.91 -.45 WERN WemerEnt 1728 -.13
LPNT UfePtH 4459 -.29 NGPS Novatel 27.67 -120 RDWR Radware 17.81 +13 SWFT SyaTrn 18.49 +.17 WMAR WslMar 15.52 -.52
LNCR Uncare \4291 -.28 NVTL NvlWds 11.75 +.12 RMBS Rabus 1215 -11 SCMRE SykesEn 11.78 +.02 WSTL Well 3.65 -.13
LLTC UnearTch 38,26 -.29 NVAX Novavax 1.63 -.09 GOLD Randgold 14.62 +.53 SYK SykesEn 11.65 +07 SLA WetSea 4.14 -.12
LTON Unklone 9,47 -.40 NOVL Novell 7.20 +-05 RARE RareHosp 2630 -.75 ISYMC SymantecS 2192 -30 WTNY WhneyHs 27.82 -.43
LNET LodgEnI 14.88 -.17 NVLS Novtus 26.18 R- ANWK RealNw 5.35 -.12 SYMM Symeki 868 +.18 WFMI WholeFd 131.35 -1.82
LOOK LookSmad .90 -.01 NUHC NuHoiz 6.90 +.10 RHAT RedHat 16.31 +07 SYNA Synaptcs 18.08 +.87 WLSN WlsonsLth 626 -.72
LOUD Loudeye 1.01 -.09 NUAN NuanceC u5.90 -13 RRGB RedRobin 4421 -1.14 ELOS Syneron 37.47 -.10 WIND WndR 13.25 -.23
NTRI NutriSys 21.66 -1.34 RBAK Redback u11.03 +.99 SNPS Synopsys 18.68 +11 WSTM WAstrearn 1.68 +.05
0 NXXI Nultiion21 u128 -.07 REDF Rdiff.cm 12.9 -1.30 SYNO Synovis 9.21 -01 WRSP WoddSpcnl6.40 -1:12
FLSH M-SysFD 29.16 +.29 NVDA Nvidia u365 -.40 REGN Regenm 8.01 -.35 SYNM SyntroCp 1527 +.33
MCIP MCI nc 25.64 +.01 ORLY OReillyAs 29.02 -.40 REMC Remecn 6.52 -05 THQ THOs 2324 -.21 WMGI W gh 4 24.94 -.10
MOGN MGIPhr 25.40 -.60 OSIP OSIPhrm 31.13 -1.02 RCII RentACI 19.49 -.16 TLCV TLCVison d8.00 -.049.72 .2
MIVA MIVA 5.86 +.10 OSIS OSSys 15.46 -.02 RBNC Repcp 14.47 -18 TTMI TTMTch 734 -22 XMSR XMSa 35.18 -.41
MTSC MTS 40.93 +71 ODSY OdysoseyHt 16.95 +.40 RIMM RschMotn 80.07 -1.52 TWA TVIAInc uZ45 +.21 i XOMA XOMA 174 -.12
MCHM MacoCh .05 .. OMCL Onicell 1025 RECN ResConns 29.73 -.19 TiWO TakeTwos 23,06 +24 XLNX Xiinx 2752 -.37
MACR Macrmdia 3728 +.68 OVTI OmnnVisn 13.05 -.60 RNOW RightNow 14.30 +.13 TALX TalxCps 36.90 +1.88 YHOO Yahoo 3380 -.50
MVSN Macmsn 18.93 -.22 ASGN OnAssign 7.57 -28 ROST Rossrs 2436 -.05 TARO TaroPh 26.48 -.67 YELL YellowRd d4123 +.10
MECA MagnaEnt 6.76 +.09 ONNN OnSmcnd 5.52 -.04 RGLD RoyGId u26.50 +.77 TASR TASERs 7.90 -20 UBET Youbel 6.15 -.27
COOL Maoescon 1.22 -.01 ONXX OnyxPh 2091 -.10 RURL RurtMton 9.10 -21 TECD TechData 36.40 -.49 ZBRA ZebraT 37.83 -.07
MANU Manugist 214 +.04 OTEX OpaenTxt 1287 -.03 TGAL Tegal .67 -.02 2HNE ZhoneTch 2.70
MAPS Maplnfo 11.92 +.67 OPWV OpnwvSy 18.67 -29 TKLC Tekelec 18.55 -.23 ZiON ZionBcp 70.51 -.08
MCHX MarchxB 16.47 -.15 OPLK OplnkC 152 +.03 SONE SICorp 420 -.07 TIWI Tdesys 2.35 +04 XI ZixCoip d233 -.05
MATK Marlek 40.46 -2.49 OPSW Opsware 4.61 +.05 SFLK SAFLNK 1.20 +.06 TTEC TeleTech 8.94 +.01 ZRAN Zoran 1659 -20


PCU SPeruC 48.28 +.43 UBB UUniao 45.85 +1.75
LUV SwstAirl 13.64 -.16 UNF UniFirst 36.95 -1.15
SWN SwnEngysu61.47 +.35 UIS Unisys 6.92 -.01
SOV SovrgnBcp 23.07 -.17
SKE SpinkrEx u46.19 +1.82 UDR UDOmR 24.02 +.02
TSA SptAuth 33.43 -.54 UMC UtdMicro 3.44 -.05
S SprintNex 24.86 -.41 UPS UPSB 68.30 -.13
SPF StdPacs 42.96 -.28 USB USBancrp 29.63 -.07
SXI Standex 25.18 -1.78 U USSteer 29.63 -07
SWK StanlWk 46.07 -.64 X USStel 44.10 -.28
HOT StarwdHi 58.37 -.83 UTX UldTechs 50.96 -.56
STT StateStr 48.87 +.22 UNH Utdhlth s 52.94 -.09
STE Sleris 25,45 -36 UVN Univision 25.56 -.19
GLD sTGoldn 44.96 +.40
SYK Stryker 50.75 -.20 UNA Unova 33.66 -.66
RGR SturmR 9.33 +.02 UNM UnumProv 19.67 +.47
SUI SunCmts 33.61 -.58
SU Suncorg 60.10 +1.99
SUN Sunocos 75.39 +.23 VRX ValeantPh 20.40
STI SunTrst 69.88 -.03 VRX 0
SVU Supvalu 31.08 +.16 VLO ValeroEs 111.00 -.10
SBL SymblT 9.99 -.08 VAR VarianMed 41.95 +.12
SNV Synovus 28.14 -.21 WC Vecren 28.43 +22
SYY Sysco 32.38 -.04 VZ VerizonCm 32.53 +03
TCB TCFFnd 27.51 -.05 VZ Veizonm 32.53 +03
BNK To Bknorth 30.02 -.10 VWB ViaomB 34.33 -.03
TE TECO 17.91 +,17 VIP VimpelCs 43.89 +.45
TJX TJX 21.87 +.57 VPI VintgPt 42.01 +49
TXU TXUCorp 103.70 +2.59 VC Visteonlf 10.40 -20
TXUpDTXUpfD uB3.20 +2.50
TSM TaiwSemi 8.46 -.03 VOD Vodafone 27.69 +.34
TLM TalismEg 48.23 +.66 .WNC Wabash 20.42 -.22
TGT Target 52.75 -1.44 WB Wachovia 48.81 -.19
TK Teekay 43.05 +.19 WMT WalMart 44.70 -.37
TKpA Teekayun 49.29 -.22 WAG Wal 44.71 -.21
TNE TelNorL 14.54 -.09 WAG Walgr 44.71 -.21
TEO TicmArg 11.72 +.52 WLT Walterind 46.30 -1.35
TCP TelspCel 4.05 +.01 WM WAMul 41.45 +.02
TIN Templelns 38.60 -.41 WMI WsleMInc 28.16 -.21
TPX TempurP 17.38 +87 WAT Waters 43.88 -1.32
THC TenetHifi 11.39 -.26rs 43.88 -1.32
TPP Teppco 40.53 -.09 WFT Weathflnt 67.68 +.94
TER Teradyn 16.65 -.43 WLM Wellmn 6.46 -.19
TRA Terra 7.48 WLP WellPoints 73.50 +.40
TNH TerraNitro 30.15 +.20 Well .4
TSO Tesoro 65.31 +.23 WFC WellsFrgo 59.19 -.41
TTI TetraTs 29.16 -.33 WEN Wendys 47.12 -1.23
TXN Texinst 33.95 -.01 WR WestarEn 24.50 -.05
TGX Theragen 3.15 WES Westep 60.82 -.12
TMO ThermoEl 30.25 -.51 WIW WAsTIP2 12.51 -.01
TNB ThmBet 34.02 -.49 Wl WAstTIP2 12.51 -01
MMM 3MCo 73.72 -.28 WDC WDigill 13.53 -.51
TOW Tidwtr 44.80 +.81 WY Weyerh 67.24 +.51
TIF Tiffany 37.97 -.97 WHR WhilpI 77.97 +.06
TWX TimeWam 17.92 -.06 JWL WhehaU 1.68 -.04
TKR Timken 29.06 -.05 JWL WtehalU 1.68 -.04
THE Todoe 34.45 +.75 WTU WilmCS 18.70 +.35
TOD ToddShp 18.50 +.09 WMB WmsCos 23.22 +.33
TOL TollBros s 47.29 +.09 WSM WmsSon 38.64 -.32
TOM THilfgrIf 17.36 -.12
TRU TorchEn 6.84 -.10 WSH WillisGp 36.80 -.72
TMK Trchmrk 52.69 +.11 WGO Winnbgo 30.59 -.54
TOD TorDBkg 47.69 -.07 WEC WiscEn 40.11 +.54
TOT TolalSA 133.73 +1.73 WOR Worthgtl 18.33 +.03
TSS TotalSys 23.47 --.12
TCT TwnCtry 27.43 -.26 WWY Wdgley 68.20 -1.11
TRP TrCdag u28.90 +.56 WYE Wyeth 45.20
RIG Transocn 59.18 +1.25 XL XLCap 68.96 -1.44
TG Tredgar 12.86 -.19 XTO XTOEgys 40.03 +73
TY TriCont 18.37 -.09
TRI TdadH 45.31 -.47 XEL Xcelngy 19.53 +.15
TRB Tribune 37.36 -.33 XRX Xerox 13.86 +.08
TYC Tycolnit 28.99 -.17 YCC YankCdI 26.85 -.26
TSN Tyson 17.65 -.40 YRK YorkIn 56.82 +.02
UIL UILHold 53.32 +.27 YUM YumBrds 49.47 -.51
USU USEC 10.39 -.08
USG vjUSG 65.17 -1.19 ZMH Zimmer 72.19 -1.79
UST USTInc 40.16 +.18 ZTR ZweigTI 5.11




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Yesterday Pvs Day
Australia 1.2972 1.3021
Brazil 2.3265 2.3295
Britain 1.8231 1.8219
Canada 1.1804 1.1807
China 8.0907 8.0919
Euro .8147 .8152
Hong Kong 7.7593 7.7595
Hungary 199.70 200.35
India 43.900 43.820
Indnsia 10000.00 10070.00
Israel 4.5178 4.5312
Japan 110.36 110.70
Jordan .7085 .7085
Malaysia 3.7682 3.7695
Mexico 10.8150 10.7910
Pakistan 59.78 59.74
Poland 3.18 3.20
Russia 27.5930 28.4050
SDR .6802 .6809
Singapore 1.6783 1.6809
Slovak Rep 31.30 31.32
So. Africa 6.3471 6.3688
So. Korea 1025.40 1025.80
Sweden 7.5910 7.6008
Switzerind 1.2584 1.2608
Taiwan 32.77 32.70
U.A.E. 3.6729 3.6727
British pound expressed in U.S. dollars. All others show
dollar in foreign currency.



Yesterday Pvs Day


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Prime Rate 6.50 6.50
Discount Rate 4.50 4.50
Federal Funds Rate 3.50 3.50
Treasuries
3-month 3.36 3.41
6-month 3.65 3.60
5-year 3.94 3.94
10-year 4.16 4.14
30-year 4.45 4.42



FUTURES
Exch Contract Settle Chg
Lt Sweet Crude NYMX Oct05 65.09 +1.98
Corn CBOT Dec 05 2073/4 -2T/4
Wheat CBOT Dec 05 327V/4 --g4
Soybeans CBOT Nov 05 5801/4 -5f
Cattle CME Oct 05 85.50 20
Pork Bellies CME Feb06 80.67 -.92
Sugar (world) NYBT Mar 06 10.79-+01
Orange Juice NYBT Nov05 95.05 85

SPOT
Yesterday Pvsa
Gold (troy oz., spot) $449.80 $444.90
Silver (troy oz., spot) $6.986 $751
Copper (pound) l.bB2U 7
NMER = New York Mercantile Exchange CBOT= Chicago
Board of Trade. CMER = Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
NCSE = New York Cotton, Sugar & Cocoa Exchange.
NCTN = New York Cotton Exchange.


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3-Yr.
Name NAV Chg %Rtn
AARP Invst:
CapGrr 4581 -24 +37.6
GNMA 15.00 -.01 +10.3
Gobal 30.55 +.14 +72.5
Gtlhinc 22.58 -.07 +40.7
Ind 48.76 +.12 +632
PthwyCn 11.86 -.01 +27.5
PthyGr 13.59 -.03 +432
ShTrnmBd 10.05 ... +6.9
SmCoStk 2597 -29 +75.4
AIM Investments A:
Agrsvp 10.71 -.07 +46.9
BasValAp33.02 -.06 +45.7
ChartAp 13.16 -.01 +37.0
Constp 23.66 -.12 +39.9
HYdAp 4.48 ... +54.4
IntGrow 22.19 +.07 +72.1
MdCpCEq30.4A6 -.10 +522
MuBp 8.17 ... +14.3
PremEqty 10.10 -.02 +30.7
SelEqty 17.93 -.10 +45.3
Sumil 11.52 -.03 +50.1
WeingAp 1338 -.11 +41.0
AIM Investments B:
CapDvSB 18.19 -.11 +58.9
PremEqty 9.31 -.03 +27.5
AIM Investor Cl:
Energy 41.77 +.46+157.7
SmCoGlp13.09 -.10 +56.8
Utnties 14.42 +,06 +87.8
AMF Funds:
AdjMIg 9.72 ... +5.5
Advance Capital I:
Balancpn18.19 -.05 +35.9
Retlncn 10.07-.01 +24.0
Alger Funds B:
SmCapGrt433 -.04 +76.9
AllianceBern A:
AmGvincA 7.69 -.03 +37.3
BolanAp 17.43 -.03 +38.0
GlbTchAp57.13 -56 +46.8
GrdncAp 3.78 -.01 +46.1
SmCpGrA 23.65 -.17 4+68.1
AllianceBern Adv:
LgCpGrAd 19.83 -23 +31.0
AllianceBem B:
AmGvlrcB 7.69 -.03 +34.3
CorpBdBpl2.09 -.02 +30.1
GIbTchBt 51.53 -.51 +43.4
GrowthBt 24.56 -28 +50.1
SCpGrBt 19.89 -.15 +64.1
USGovtBp7.04 -.01 +5.3
AllianceBernm C:
. SCpGCt 1995 -.14 +64.3
Alllanz Funds C:
GwthCt 17.88 -.15 +25.3
TargtCt 1637 -.14 +582
AmSouth Fds Cl I:
Value 17.43 -.06 +50.2
Amer Century Adv:
EqGropn23.03 -.11 +52.1
Amer Century Inv:
Balanced n16.86 -.06 +36.0
Eqlncn 8.16 -.10 446.5
Growthln 1992 -.15 +35.4
Hei.tageln13.60 -.05 +472
IncGron 31.51 -.09 +50.5
IntDiscrn 15.45 +.07 +952
InOGrol n 9.66 +.04 +50.8
ULifeScin 539 -.02 +41.8
NewOpprn5.78 -.05 +402.3
OneChAgnll23 -.02 NE
RealEstln2725 -.06 NE
Seleclln 37.69 -.19 +31.3
Ultan 29.03 -21 +31.7
Ulin 13.98 +.03 487.4
Valuelnvn 7.47 -.01 +002
Amer Express A:
Cal 526 -.01 +11.9
Discover 920 -.06 +87.4
DEI 12.02 -.01 +81.7
DirBd 4.87 ... +14.3
DvOppA 7.53 +.01 +44.4
EqSel 13.83 -.10 +47.4
Growth 28.10 -.11 +35.0
HiYId 4.47 ... +11.6
Insr 5.47 ... +95
MgdAllp 994 ... +42.4
Mass 5.41 -.01 +9.6
Mich 5.33 -.01 +11.0
Minn 5.33 ...,+11.8
Mutualp 9.51 -.02 +342
NwD 24.01 -.09 +23.7
NY 5.15 -.01 +10.5
Ohio 5.32 ... +9.0
PreMt 9.83 +.33 +52.2
Sel 8.64 -.01 +10.8
SDGovt 4.77 ... +4.4
Stockp 19.88 -.04 +432.2
TE Bd 3.91 ... +10.3
Thdlntl 6.30 +.02 +60.1
ThdIlnII 7.79 +.05 +55.2
Amer Express B:
EqValp 10.83 ... +55.6
Amer Express Y:
NwDn. 24.15 -.08 +24.2
American Funds A:
AmcpAp 18.69 -.07 +46.5
AMuftAp 27.10 -.03 +40.3
BalAp 18,.04 -.04,+37.8
BondAp 13.49 -.01 +26.6
CapWAp 19.66 +.02 +43.0
CaplBAp 5391 +.09 +49.5
CapWGAp36.33 +.08 +84.0
EupacAp 39.73 +.12 480.9
FdlnvAp 34.52 +.05 +61.7
GwthAp 29.70 -.04 +61.4
HITrAp 1229 -.01 +57.5
IncoAp 18.68 ... +493
InlBdAp 13.60 -.01 +7.9
ICAAp 31.66 -.01 +44.1
NEcoAp 21.87 -.10 +682.6
NPerAp 29.42 +.08 +69.0
NwWildA 36.85 +.09 +98.6
SmCpAp 3428 -.02 +87.5
TxExAp 12.57 -.01 +13.8
WshAp 31.16 -.07 +402
Americen Funds B:
BalBt 18.00 -.04 +34.8
CaplBBt 5321 +.09 +46.1
GrwthBt 28.72 -.04 +57.8
IncoBt 18.59 +.01 +45.9
ICABt 31.56 -.01 +40.8
WashBI 30.96 -.06 +37.1
Ariel Mutual Fds:
Apec 4836 -.24 +44.8
Ariel 54.83 -.46 +552
Artisan Funds:
Inl 23.88 +.14 +57.6
MdCap 30.66 -22 +58.6
Baron Funds:
Asset 5629 -25 +60.1
Growth 46.71 -20 +65.9
SmCap 2329 -24 +73.4
Bernstein Fds:
IntDuo 13.36 -.02 +15.1
DivMu 14.15 ... +9.1
TxMglntV 2425 +.07 +79.8
IntVal2 22.77 +.07 +81.3
BlackRock A:
AuroaA 41.98 -29 +732
lUYinvA 8.19 ... +53.9
Legacy 13.67 -.11 +37.4
Bramwell Funds:
Growlhp 2024 -.11 +20.1
Brandywine Fds:
BmdFn n3.67 -.16 +53.0
Brinson Funds Y:
HiYIdlYn 724 ... +47.7
CGM Funds:
CapDvn 3327 +.03 +82.6
Mutin 28.48 +.15 +50.1
Calamos Funds:
Gr&lncAp 31.08 -.09 448.5
GrathAp 53.79 -38 +59.8
GrowthCt 51.57 -36 +56.2
Calvert Group:
Incop 17.13 -.01 +27.0
IntEqAp 19.52 +.09 +40.5
MBCAI 1034 ... +32
MunInt 1091 ... +85
SoialAp 2827 -.07 +30.4
SocBdp 16.29 -.01 +205
SocEqAp 35.42 -20 +35.6
TxFLt 10.58 .. +4.7
TxFLgp 16.79 ... +11.5
TxFVT 15.91 ... +9.8
Causeway intl:
sI1rn17.10 +.03 +925
Clipper 88.55 +22+18.7
Cohen & Steers:
RtyShrs 76.55 -.19+1063
Columbia Class A:
Acomt 27.64 -.13 +92,2
Columbia Class Z:
AcomZ 2826 -.14 +94.7
AcomnlnZ 32.94 +08+115.7

Sral[Co 22.69 -.18 +75.9
ColumbIa Funds:
ReEsEqZ 2728 -.08 +47.8
Davis Funds A:
NYVenA 32.52 -.02 +56.4
Davis Funds B:
NYVen B 31.03 -.03 +52.7
Davis Funds C &Y:
NYVenY 32.94 -.03 458.0
NYVenC 3124 -.02 +52.8
Delaware Invest A:

TxUSAp 11.70 -.01 +17.8
Delaware Invest B:


DelchB 3.33 ... +60.8
SelGrBt 22.72 -.18 +52.6
Dimensional Fds:
IntSmVa n 17.58 +.06+157.6
USLgVan21.47 -.04 +65.1
USMicron15.63 -.15 +97.7
US Smalln20.33 -21 +84.3
US SmVa 28.27 -.21+109.3
EmgMkltn 18.85 +.06+139.1
IntVan 17.42 +.05+106.4
TM USSV 25.06 -.19 "+962
DFARIEn 25.31 -.07 +94.3
Dedge&Cox:
Balanced 8156 -.04 +49.0
Income 12.83 -.01 +15.5
InlStk 33.85 +.18+116.0
Stock 135.80 -.08 466.5
Dreyfus:
Aprec 40.11 -.03 +30.1
Discp 32.90 -.12 +32.3
Dreyf 10235 -.03 +35.0
DrOl001n 36.06 -.12 +43.5
EmgLd 46.36 -32 467.1
FLIntr 1331 -.01 +9.4
InsMutn 18.07 -.01 +11.8
SWrValAr 29.72 -.09 +78.0


Dreyfus Founders:
GrohBn 10.09 -.07 434.4
GrwthFpn10.60 -.08 4382
Dreyfus Premier:
CorEqAt 140 -.01 +22.8
CoNVlvp 30.89 -.06 +42.2
UdHYdAp 7.35 ... +49.7
TxMgGCt 15.93 -.01 +24.4
TciGroA 22.74 -.25 +56.2
Eaton Vance Cl A:
ChinaAp 14.85 -.05 485.5
GrwthA 7.40 -.05 +53.5
InBosA 6.45 -.01 +525
SpEqtA 4.90 -.03 +3605
MunBd 10.84 ... +18.9
TradGvA 8.62 ... +5.7
Eaton Vance CI B:
FLMBt 10.99 ... +12.1
HthSBt 11.55 -.10 +45.1
NanMBt 10.63 -.01 +22.9
Eaton Vance Cl C:
GovlCp 7.43 ... 43.4
NaUMCt 10.13 -.01 +22.3
Evergreen B:
DvrBdBt 14.85 -.02 NS
MuBdBt 7.54 -.01 +12.3
Evergreen I:
CorBdl 10.65 -.01 +14.3
SIMuril 10.01 ... +8.1
Excelsior Funds:
Energy 27.81 +.25+149.4
HiYieldp 4.61 ... +35.6
ValRestr 45.61 -.07 485.5
FPA Funds:
Nwinc 11.04 ... +13.8
Federated A:
AmnLdrA 25.30 -.07 +40.4
CapApA 25.40 -.09 +31.5
MidGrStA 32.70 -.12 +68.0
MuSecA 10.81 ... +132
Federated B:
StncB 8.77 ... +40.6
Federated InstI:
Kaumn 5.66 -.04 +46.9
Fidelity Adv FocT:
HitCarT 22.87 -.08 +41.1
NatResT 41.67 +.52+127.3
Fidelity Advisor I:
EqGudn 49.19 -.35 +37.2
Eqinln 29.63 -.06 +51.4
IntBdln 11.06 -.01 +13.8
Fidelity Advisor T:
BalancT 16.43 -.03,+26.3
DivGrTp 11.66 -.03 +27.7
DynCATp 15.03 -.12 +46.7
EqGrTp 46.62 -.34 +34.8
EqlnT 29.26 -.06 +49.0
GovInT 10.09 -.01 +9.1
GrOppT 31.06 -.19 +39.4
HilnAdTp 9.99 ... +92.9
IntBdT 11.05 -.01 +12.9
MidCpTp 26.60 -.15 +79.4
MulncTp 13.24 -.01 +15.2
OnrseaT 18.92 +.06 +69.4
STFiT 9.48 ... +8.8
Fidelity Freedom:
FF2010n 14.00 -.04 +31.3
FF2020n 14.47 -.04 +43.6
FF2030n 14.66 -.05 +49.0
FF2040n 8.62 -.03 +53.43A
Fidelity Invest:
,AggrGrrn 17.29 -.14 +64.8
AMgrn 16.27 -.03 +272
AMgrGrn 14.91 -.03 +31.5
AMgrInn 12.93 -.01 +28.0
Balancn 18.35 -.03 +53.9
BlueChGrn41.95 -27 +31.9
CAMunn 12.63 -.01 +14.0
Canadan 41.19 +.41+132.3
CapApn 26.77 -.16 +74.6
Cplncrn 8.50 -.01 +78.5
ChinaRgn18.68 -.01 +72.1
CngSn 404.29 -.44 434.9
CTMunrnh11.65 -.01 +12.0
Contran 62.4 -.10 +572
CnvScn 22.54 -.04 +52.5
Destln 13.37 -.06+36.7
Desllln 11.79 -.03 +34.4
DisEqn 27.12 -.11 +47.5
Divlni n 31.61 +.14 +89.6
DivGthn 28.18 -.09 +302
EmrMkn 15.94 +.05+122.1
Eqlncn 53.12 -.08 +47.9
EQIIn 24.15 -08 +50.7
ECapAp 24.20 +.16 +74.4
Europe 38.76 +.13+1232
Exchn 276.13 -1.15 +44.5
Exportn 21.10 -.10 +66.9
Fideln 30.62 -.18 +41.6
Fiftyrn 21.42 -.14 +34.9
FLMurn 11.72 ... +13.4
FrInOnen 26.11 -.07 +49.6
GNMAn 10.99 -.01 +10.9
Govllncn 10.25 -.01 +10.1
GroCon 59.19 -.44 +70.4
Grolncn 37.02 -.13 +282
Grolnclln 9.91 -.05 +33.7
Highlncrn 8.90 ... +50.9
Indepnn 18.66 -.12 +41.5
IntBdn 10.42 -.01 +12.8
InlGovn 10.16 -.01 +8.0
IntOiscn 31.11 +.07 +88.3
lntSCprn 28.08 +.09 NS
nvGBn 7.48 -01 +15.4
Japann 14.13 .. : +63.9
JpnSmn 13.90 +.05.+96.4
LatAmn 28.00 +.23+211.5
LevCoSlkin25.57 -.06+228.4
LowPrn 4123 -.12 +79.9
Magelnnl5.80 -.56 +35.1
MD Murn11.04 ... +12.9
MAMunn 12.18 -.01 +142
MIMunn 12.05 -.01 +13.6
MkiCapn 25.68 -.12. +61.0
MNMunn 11.58 ... +13A.
MtgSecn 11.19 -.01 +13.0
Munilncn 13.12 ... +16.0
NJMunrnll.79 -.01 +143
NwMkIrn 14.57 +.03 +732
NwMilln 33.17 -.12 +502
NYMunn 13.07 -.01 +14.8
OTCn 35.84 -.37 +562
OhMunn 11.96 -.01 +14.4
Ovnsean 3820 +.07 +73.6
PcBasn 22.29 ... +71.9
PAMunrn11.00 -.01 +13.4
Purinn 18.72 -.02 +38.5
RealEn 31.48 -.06 +973
StnIMun 1027 ... 486
SIBFn 8.92 ... +9.8
SmClaplndn21.50 -.13 +562
SmlCpSrnl8.56 -.13 +75.8
SEAsian 19.40 +.05 +87.8
SIkSIcn 23.72 -.12 445.9
Stratlncn 10.64 -.01 +40.7
Trend n 55.46 -27 +46.4
USBIn 11.05 -.02 +14.8
Ulilfyn 14.98 +.03 +75.2
ValStatn36.94 -.22 +74.0
Valuen 78.37 -.25 +80.1
Wrldwn 19.34 -.01 +62.0
Fidelity Selects:
Aimn 36.17 -.12 +62.8
Autonn 35.74 -.17 +50.5
Bankntgn 3726 -.15 +35.9
Biqtehn 60.10 -.40 +63.5
Broh'n 63.99 -.38 +80.4
Chemen 6657 -.36 +66.1
Compn 36.04 -.43 +673
Conlndn 2434 -28 +25.8
CslHon 48.22 -.24+1002
DfAer n 74.76 -.32 +76.8
DvCmn 19.66 -.22+106.9
Enrgyn 47.64 +.55+144.8
EngS.n 61.01 +.69+127.4



Envirn 165.80 -.14 +56.7
MFlnSn 110.55 -.55 +744.1
Goldrn 28730 +I.05 +41.3
Health 14528 -.54 +43.9




eaHomFin 56.11 -.18 +04.7
TeInsurn 64.52 -.62 +748.4

Leln e 74.74 -.00 +633
FMedDItyn 52.17 -.16 +80.3
MdEqSysn25.32 -.02 +78.6





Mullndn 145.59 -155 +70.1
NtGasn 349.88 +-51+1581







PapOverseasA 27.87 -.09 +13+13
PFiartn 9.68 -.vestors2 92
BSoIptwApn 5120.76 -7 +70.0
Techn 61.71 -.6 +72.4


GoEqldxn 43.8159 -.15 +45.0




GrolnAp 13.81 -.05 +46.0


IncoAp 3.11 .. 445.1
InvGrAp 9.86 -.02 +163
MATFAp 12.07 ... +10.7
MITFAp 12.72 ... +102
MkdCpAp 28.12 -.10 +66.5
NJTFAp 13.06 ... +9.6
NYTFAp 14.52 -.01 +9.7
PATFAp 13.25 -.01 +9.9
SpSAp 20.29 -.14 4+52.8
TxExAp 10.17 -.01 +9.6
TotRtAp 14.09 -.04 +32.9
ValueBp 6.66 -.02 +52.9
Firsthand Funds:
GbTech 3.89 -.02 +62.8
TechVal 31.60 -.46 +78.8
FrankrTemp Fmk A:
AGEAp 2.12 ... +62.7
AdjUSp 8.98 ... +6.0
ALTFAp 11.59 -.01 +15.7
AZTFAp 11.17 ... +17.0
Ballnvp 62.79 -.25 +70.9
CallnsAp 12.82 -.01 +15.0
CAIntAp 11.63 -.01 +10.6
CairFAp 7.38 ... +16.1
CapGrA 10.79 -.08 +333
COTFAp 12.10 -.01 +15.1
CTrFAp 11.18 -.01 +14.5
CtScAp 17.01 -.03 +69.1
DblTFA 12.05 -.01 +15.4
DynTchA 24.98 -.19 +54.3
EqlncAp 20.88 ... +39.8


Here are the 1,000 biggest mutual funds listed on Nasdaq. Tables


show the fund name. sell price or Net Asset Value (NAV) and daily
net change, as well as one total return figure as follows'

Tues: 4-wK tolal relumr (%)
Wed: 12-mo total return (%I
Thu: 3-yr cumulative tolal return (%)
Frl: 5-yr cumulative total return (")

Name: Name of mutual fund and family.
NAV: Net asset value.
Chg: Net change in price of NAV
Total return: Percent change in NAV for the ltme period shown, with
dividends reinvested If period longer than 1 year, return is cumula-
live.
Data based on NAVs reported to Lipper by 6 pm Eastern
Footnotes: e Ex-capital gains distribubon. f Previous day's quMe
n No-load fund. p Fund assets used to pay distribution costs r -
Redemption tee or comirngeril deferred sales load may apply. s -
Stock dividend or split t Both p and r. x Ex-cash dividend. NA -
No information available NE Data in question NN Fund does not
wish to be tracked. NS Fund did not exist at start dale Source;
ULiner. Inc. and The Associated Press


Fedlntp 11.54 -.01 +12.3 EuroBt 15.77 +.07 +72.3
FedTFAp 12.21 -.01 +16.6 FocValte 12.36 -27 +58.9
FLTFAp 12.02 -.01 +15.2 FndiGBt 16.35 -.05 +30.4
FoundAlp 12.84 +.01 NS FLMBt 10.50 ... +15.9
GATFAp 12.22 ... +15.8 GIAIBt 17.04 +.02 +68.0
GoldPrMA20.44 +.57 +70.1 HealthBt 5.11 -.01 +39.1
GrwthAp,34.90 -.23 +45.7 LalABt 30.76 +.18+211.3
HYTFAp'10.93-.01 +21.6 MninBt 7.95 -.01 +12.1
InomAp 2.52 ... +58.9 ShTUSGt 9.16 -.01 +3.5
InsTFAp 12.42 ... +15.0 MuShIT 9.98 .. +3.0
NYITFp 11.04 -.01 +10.5 MulntBt 10.55. ... +9.1
LATFAp 11.62 ... +14.7 MNIlBt 10.61 -.01 +15.6
LMGvScA 10.04 ... +5.8 NJMBI 10.72 -.01 +15.5
MDTFAp 11.84 -.01 +14.6 NYMBt 11.14 -.01 +11.2
MATFAp 12.04 -.01 +15.3 NalRsTBt46.93 +.59+159.1
MITFAp 12.37 -.01 +14.3 PacBt 20.67 +.17 +64.4
MNInsA 1222 -.01 +142 PAMBt 11.41 ... +13.3
MOTFAp 12.41 -.01 +15.6 ValueOppt24.97 -.03 +67.7
NJTFAp 12.24 -.01 +15.6 USGovt 10.22 -.01 +7.5
NYlnsAp 11.70 -.01 +14.4 UtlTcmt 12.48 +.07 +78.5
NYTFAp 11.97 .01 +14.8 WkldnBt 6.35 +.01 +652
NCTFAp 12.39 -01 +15.5 Merrill Lynch C:
OhonlAp 12.67 -.01 +14.9 GIACt 16.56 +.02 +67.9
ORTFAp 1127 -.01 +16.3 Merrill Lynch I:
PATFAp 10.52 ... +14.6 BalCapl 27.10 -.05 +33.2
ReEScAp28.84 -.10 +93.1 BaVIl 30,68, -.07 +52.6
RisDvAp 31.51 -.11 +31.8 BdHilnc 5,11 -.01 +56.2
SMCpGrA3624 -.17 +672 CalnsMB 11.68 ... +12.3
USGovAp 655 -.01 +9.9 CrPItI 11.77 -.02 +14.2
UtilsAp 12.52 +.03 +74.9 Cpll 11.55 -.01 +13.9
VATFAp 11.93 -.01 +16.0 DvCapp 19.83 +.07+115.5
Frankrfemp Frnk B: EqutyDv 15.72 +.05 +59.6
IncomB1p 2.53 +.01 +572 Eurolt 18.43 +.08 +77.6
IncomeBt 2,52 +.01 +55.1 FocVallx 13.58 -32 +63.8
Frank/Temp Frnk C: FLMI 10.50 ... +17.6
IncomnCt 2.54 ... +56.8 GIAIIt 17.44 +.03 +73.2
Frank/Temp Mtl A&B:. Health 7.42 -02 +43.7
DiscA 26.33 +.04 +686.4 LalAI 32.38 +.19+221.3
QualdAt 20.63 +.03 +582 Mnlnl 7.96 ... +14.7
SharesA 24.42 +:06 +50.5 MnShtT 9.97 -.01 +4,0
Frank/Temp Temp A: MulTI 10.55 ... +10.2.
DvMKlAp 21.47 +.10+130.9 MNafI 10.62 ... +18.3.
ForgnAp 13.19 +.03 +63.0 NalRsTrt 49.72 +.63+167.2
GIBdApx 10.50 -.01 +47.1 Pact 22.63 +.18 +69.6
GriwhAp 2425 +.02 +61.7 ValueOpp 27.72 -.04 +72.9
IntxEMp 15.85 +.03 +662 USGovt 1022 -.01 +10.0
WorldAp 1938 +.03 +66.0 UlfIlcmIl 12.52 +.07 482.9
Frank"remp Tmp B&C: WIdlncI 636 +.02 +69.3
DevMktC 21.02 +.10+126.6 Midas Funds:
ForgnCp 12.98 +.03 +59.5 MkidasFd 2.34 +.11 +55.0
GE Elfun S&S: Monetta Funds:
S&Slnc 11.44 -.01 +14.0 Moneltan 11.56 -.04 +45.0
S&SPM 4598 -.09 +34.9 Morgan Stanley A:
GMO Trust III: DivGthA 35.60 -.19 +36.7
EmMkr 19.90 +.09+161.4 Morgan Stanley B:
For 15.57 +.04 +82.2 GIbDivB 14.46 +.04 +53.6
GMO Trust IV: GrwthB 12.66 -.08 +37.0
EmrMkt 19.86 +.09+160.3 StratB 18.45 -.07 +39.5
IntlntrVI 30.31 +.05 +939 MorganStanley Inst:
Gabelli Funds: GIValEqAn18.30 +.04 +47.0
Asset 43.72 -.20 +60.8 IntEqn 22.09 +.14 +71.0
Gartmore Fds D: Muhlenk 84.46 -.06+88.3
Bond 9.71 -.01 +16.9 Munder Funds A:
GvlBdD 1024 -.01 +10.3 IntemtA 18.63 -.27+100.1
GrowthD 6.93 -.06 +44.3 Mutual Series:
NaionwD 21.08 -.05 +44.0 BeacnZ 16.89 ... +56.4
TxFrr 10.66 ... +13.6 DiscZ 26.59 +.04 +68.2
Gateway Funds: QualidZ 20.76 +.03 +59.9
Gateway 25.25 -.01 +28.6 SharesZ 2459 +.06 +52.1
Goldman Sachs A: Nations Fds Cl B:
GrIncA 25.73 ... +52.8 FocEqBt 18.15 -.11 +36.0
MdCVAp 36.86 -.07 +73.3 MarsGrBt 17.04 -.09 +39.0
SmCapA 43.05 -35 +68.3 Neuberger&Berm Inv:
Guardian Funds: Focus 37.71- -.10 +71:4
GBGInGrA14.55 +.09 +62.3 Intlr 21.48 +.16+114.8
ParkAA 31.19 -.10 +26.4 Partner 28.92 +.05 +77.7
Harbor Funds: Neuberger&Berm Tr:
Bond 11.96 -.01 +17.7 Genesis 48.53 -20 +78.0
CapAplnst30.51 -25 +44.6 Nicholas Applegate:
ntllr 47.38 +.17 +90.3 EmgGroln1105 -.09 +54.8
Hartford Fds A: Nicholas Group:
AdvrsAp 1557 -.04 +28.1 Nichn 61.64 -25 +42.7
CpAppAp36.48 -.10 +77.1 Nchlnln 2.18 ... 435.8
DivGlhAp 19.46 ... +48.0 Northern Funds:
SmICoAp 18.68 -.09 487.4 SmCpldxn10.57 -.10 +73.8.
Hartford HLS IA: Technlyn 11.39 -.12 +51.3
Bond 11.82 -.01 +20.7 Nuveen Cl R:
CapApp 55.54 -.16 +83.3 InMunR 11.03 ... +14.0
Div&Gr 2128 -.01 +50.9 Oak Assoc Fds:
Advisers 23.75 -.07 +29.3 WhltOkSG n32,49-.36 +39.4
Stock 47.80 -.20 +40.1 Oakmark Funds I:
Hartford HLS IB : Eqtylncrn25.07 +.04 +48.4
CapAppp 55.23 -.16 +81.9 Gtoballn 23.89 +.07 +99.9
HollBaFdn15.40 -.02+20.7 Intllrn 23.38 +.9 +81.1
Hotchkis &Wiley: Oalkmnark r n41.45 -21 +32.7
LgCpVIAp23.97 ... +85.6 Selectrn 34.09 -.11 +38.8
MidCpVal 29.84 -.04+118.0 Oppenheimer A:
ISI Funds: AMTFMu 1021 ... +26.0
NoAmp 7.53 -.01 +142 AMTFrNY 13.01 -.01 +212
JPMorgan A Class: CAMuriA p 11.59 -.01 +26,2
MCpValp 23.72 -.09 +73.5 CapApAp41.52 -.20 +37.9
JPMorgan Sel Cis: CaplncAp 12.70 -.01 +53.7
CoreBdn 10.81 -.01 +132 ChlncAp 9.51 -.01 +45.0
Janus: .DvMktAp 32.54 +.10+169.1
Balanced 22.02 -.03 +28.6 Discp 43.7 8 -.38+47.1
Conlrarian 14.60 -.02 +942 EquityA 11.45 -.04 +44.6
CoreEq 22.72 +.04 +53.7 G-obAp 65.79 +.04 +75.8
Enteiprn 40.14 -.13 +73.5 GbOppA 34.64 -.10+113.6
FedTEn 7.09 ... +9.7 Goldp 2025 +.62 +73.1
FRxBndn 9.60 -.01 +14.8 HiYdAp 9.53 ... +45.6'
Fundn 24.94 -.15 +32.7 LIdTmMu 15.89 -.01 +24.7
GIUleSdrnl9.81 -.10 +50.0 MnSIFdA 36.51 -.08 +37.8
GrTechrn1127 -.10 +485 MidCapA 17.44 -.11 +53.4
Grinc. 35.15 +.02 +50,6 PAMuniAp 12.89 -.01 +30.2
Mercury 21.98 -.06 +47.8 StrnAp 4.36 +.01 +41.2
MdCpVal 23.74 -.03 +772 USGvp 9.68 -.01 +10.3
Olympus n30.87 -.13 +49.3 Oppenhelmer B:
Orionn 7.94 -.01 +83.8 AMTFMu 10.17 -.01 +23.1
Ovrseasr 28.19 +.07 +83.7 AMTFrNY 13.02 ... +18.5
ShTmBd 2.89 ... +8.7 CplncBt 12.55 -.01 +49.7
Twenty 47.64 -.01 4+60.6 ChlncBt 9.50 ... +41.9
Venturn 60.13 -.17 +85.6 EquityB 11.02 -,05 +40.6
WrIdWr 42.36 -.14 +28.3 HiYIdBt 9.38 .. +42.2
JennlsonDryden A: SIrncBI 4.37 .. +38.0
BlendA 16.99 -.10 +562 Oppenhelm Quest:
HiYIdAp 5.77 .. +47.0 QBalA 18.40 -.04 +51.0
InsuredA 11.01 -.01 +11.1 QBalB 18.08 -.04 +47,5
UlityA 14.93 +.11+132.0 Oppenheimer Roch:
JennlsonDryden B: RoMuAp 18.40 -.01 +24.7
GrowthB 13.93 -.12 +40.0 PBHG Funds:
HiYIdBt 5.76 ... +44.9 SeIGrthn21,53 -.30 +30.9
InsuredB 11.03 -.01 +10.2 PIMCO Admln PIMS:
Jensen 23.65 -.07+21.7 ToIRtAd 10.76 -.01 +16.9
John Hancock A: PIMCO Instl PIMS:
BondAp 15.19 -.01 +18.5 AlAsset 13.32 ... +45.0
SIInAp 7.09 ... 435.2 ComodRR17.21 +.20 +92.0
John Hancock B: HiYld 9.89 .. +49.1
SIdncB 7.09 ... +32.4 LowDu 10.13 ... +9.3
Julius Baer Funds: RealRtnI 11.53 -.01 +24.5
IntlEqr 35.94 +.17 +91.4 TotRt 10.76 -.01 +17.8
InlEqA 35.26 +.16 +89.4 PIMCO Funds A:
Legg Mason: Fd RealRtAp 11.53 -.01 +22.8
OpporTrt 16.39 -.16+108.7 TotRtA 10.76 -.01 +16.2
Splnvp 47.39 -.30 +86.8 PIMCO Funds C:
ValTrp 64.35 -.48 +59.7 RealRtCp11.53 -.01 +21.0
Legg Mason Inst: TotRtCt 10.76 -.01 +13.6
VafIrdnst 70.64 -.52 +64.6 PIMCO Funds D:
Longleaf Partners: TRtn4 p 10.76 -.01 +16.7
.Parners 32.06 -.04 +47.9 PhoenlxFunds A:
Intl 1.64 +.02 +66.6 BalanA 14.85 -.05 +28.8
SmCap 31.28 -.17 +73.0 CapGrA 14.81 -.13 +272
Loomis Sayles: InA 10.899 +.04 +68.1
LSBondl 14.01 ... +59.4 Pioneer Funds A:
Lord Abbott A: BalanAp 9.94 -.02 +27.6
AfAp 14.73 -.01 +49.4 BondAp 9.31 -.01 +21.0
BdDebAp 7.95 -.01 +36.9 EqlncAp 30.01 -.08 +50.8
GIlncAp 725 ... +24.5 EurSelEqA32.00 +.10 +88.7
MidCpAp 23.54 -.04 +64.3 GrwthAp 12.54 -.07 +31.0
MFS Funds A: HiYdAp 11.45 -.01 +51.7
MITAp 17.94 -.07 +38.9 IntlValA 18.73 +.04 +63.9
MIGAp 12.57 -.09 +30.7 MdCpGrA 15.52 -.08 +47.7
GrOpAp '892 -.05 +39.4 MdCVAp 26.41 -.08 +75.8
IllnAp 391 ... +42.3 PIonFdAp43.15 -.12 +41.4
MFLAp 10.23 -.01 +14.3 TxFreAp 11.74 -.04 +15.6
ToIRAp 16.18 -.02 +34.9 ValuAp 18.44 +02 +49.3
ValueAp 24.02 +.01 +48.7 Pioneer Funds B:
MFS Funds B: HhidBt 1150 -.01 +48.4
MIGB 11.50 -.08 +282 MdCpVB 23.57 -.07 +71.1
GvScBt 9.65 -.01 +7.1 Pioneer Funds C:
HilnBt 3.92 ... 39.5 HiYIdCt 11.60 -.01 +48.4
MulnBt 8.69 -.01 +12.7 PriceFundsAdv:
TotRBt 16.18 -.02 +32.3 Eqlncp 26.93 -.06 +49.5
MaIlnStay Funds B: Price Funds:
CapApBt 28.07 -.17 +23.8 Balancen 19.99 -.03 +40.3
ConvBt 13.44 ... +34.4 BIChipn 31.38 -.19 +42.4
GoCIBt 833 -.01 +5.5 CABondn11.12 -.01 +13.1
HYIdBBt 6.35 ... +4.6 CapAppn 20.44 -.02 +53.4
IntlEqB 1331 +02 +55.8 DivGron 23.11 -.06 +40.4
SmCGBp 14.75 -.09 +51.0 Eqlncn 26.99 -.06 +5023
ToRtBt 19.29 -.04 +26.0 Eqlndexn33.10 -.11 +442
Maira & Power: Europe n 21,24 +.14 +73.6
Growth 70.68 -.40 +52.3 FLInImn 10.92 .. +9.2
Managers Funds: GNMAn 9.55 -.01 +10.2
SpdEqn 02.09 -.62 +67.6 Growdhn 27.32 -.13 +47.2
Maralco Funds: Gr&lnn 22.11 -.07 +41.7
Focusp 17.24 -.11 439.7 HIthSdn 24.70 -.13 4+67.3
Merrll Lynch A: HiYIleldn 7.08 ... +44.7
GIAIAp 17.39 +.03 +72.0 ForEqn 16.72 +07 +64.6
HealthAp 6.83 -02 +42.5 IntlBondn 9.90 +02 +36.3
NJMunBd 10.73 -.01 +17.0 InlDisn 38.10 +25+139.9
Merrill Lynch B: In/Stkn 13.97 +.06 +62.3
BalCapBS 26.30 -.04 +29.2 Japan 9.51 +02 +72.0
BaVlBt 29.96 -.07 +48.0 Laltmn 22.05 +14+195.7
BdHilnc 5.11 -.01 +52.3 MDShdrn 5.16 ... +4.5
CalnsMB 11.68 -.01 +10.5 MDBondn10.79 .. +13.0
CrPIBIt 11.77 -.02 +11.6 MidCapn 54.18 -30 +78.2
CplTBt 11.95 -.01 +12.1 MCapValn23.86 -.08 +75.4
EquityODiv 15.74 +.05 +54.7 NAmarn 33.23 -23 +53.1


NAsian 11.96 +.06+103.2
NewEran41.76 +.35+115.6
NHorizn 31.89 -.14 +95.0
NInen 9.10 -.01 +16.1
NYBond n 11.46 ... +13.4
PSIncn 15.16 -.04 +36.3
RealEstn 19.42 -.02+101.3
ScTecn 19.44 -.19 +461
ShtBd n 4.72 ... +8.8
SmCpStk 33.19 -.26 +65.8
SmCapValn37.85-.24 +85.7
SpecGrn 17.78 -.04 +63.3
Specinn 11.99 ... 431.0
TFIncn 10.10 ... +14.6
TxFrHn 12.02 ...+21.4
TFIntmn 11.24 ... +9.8
TxFRSI n 5.38 ... +4.6
USTIntn 5.42 -.01 +7.1
USTLgn 12.16 -.03 +16.5
VABondn 11.78 -.01 +13.9
Valuen 23.70 -.05 +55.8
Putnam Funds A:
AmnGvAp 9.03 -.01 +7.5
AZTE 9.36 ... +12.9
ClscEqAp1321 -.02 +43.6
Convp 17.51 -04 +65.1
DiscGr 17.72 -.09 +44.3
DvrlnAp 10.27 +.01 +392
EuEq 22.57 +.15 +69.0
FLTxA 9.33 -.01 +11.5
GeoAp 18.38 -.03 +33.1
GIGvAp 12.68 +.02 +303
GIbEqtyp 9.04 +.01 +54.5
GrInAp 19.83 -.04 +45.4
HIthAp 65.53 -.01 +40.5
HidAp 8.12 ... +502.3
HYAdAp 6.12 .. +51.1
IncmAp 6.88 ... +14.0
IntlEqp 25.63 +.14 +62.0
InGrnp 12.77 +.06 +.0 78.2
InvAp 13.15 -.04 +48.9
MITxp 9.09 ... +11.6
MNTxp 9.08 -.01 +13.1
NJTxAp 9.32 -.01 +12.5
NwOpAp 43.56 -.27 +52.1
OTCAp 7.55 -.04 +49.5
PATE 9.20 ... +13.6
TxExAp 8.90 -.01 +14.6
TFInAp 15.13 -.01 +125
TFHYA 13.05 ... +19.1
USGvAp 13.23 -.01 +59
UIAp 11.48 +.03 +762
VstaAp 10.17 -.04 +66.4
VoyAp 16.95 -.10 +28.9
Putnam Funds B:
CapAprt 18.54 -.09 +47.1
CIocEqBt 13.09 -.02 +404
DiscGr 16.35 -.09 +41.1
DvInBt 10.19 ... +36.1
Eqlnct 17.84 -.03 +45.3
EuEq 21,71 +.13 +65.1
FLTxBt 9.33 -.01 +9.4
GeoBt 18.21 -.03 430.1
GllncBt 112.63 +.02 +27.4
GIbEqt 8.23 +.02 +51.2
GINtRst 30.23 +28+119.8
GrInBt 19.5 -.03 +42.2
HRhB t 59.64 -.01 +37.7
HiYIdBt 8.08 .. +47.0
HYAdBt 6.04 ... +47.7
IncmBt 6.83 -.01 +11.4
InIGrInt 12.50 +.06 +72.1
InlNopt 12.29 +.05 +66.4
InvSt 12.04 -.04 +45.8
NJTxBt 9,32 ... +10.4
NwOpBt 39.14 -.25 +48,7
NwValp 18.25 -.04 +56.1
NYTxBt 8.83 ... +10.0
OTCBt 6.67 -.04 +46.3
TxExBt 8.91 ... +12.5
TFHYBt 13.07 .. +16.8
TFInBt 15.15 -.01 +102
USGvBt 13.16 -.01 +68.5
UtIBt 11.40 +.03 +72.4
VWlaBt 8.88 -03 +62.6
VoyBt 14.75 -.09 +26.0
Royce Funds:
LwPrStk r 15.93 -.03 +89.5
MiroCapl 16.80 ... +89.9
Premierlr 16.53 -.04 +83.9
TolRellr 12.83 -.07 +61.3
Russell Funds S:
DivEqS 45.18 -.19 +46.4
QuantEqS39.01 -.11 +45.6
Rydex Advisor:
OTC 10.31 -.12 +63.9
SEI Portfolios:
CoreFxAnlO.53 ... +152.
IntlEqAn 11.95 +.06 +672
LgCGroAn19.17 -.13 436.9
LgCValAn22.35 -.01 +54.5
STI Classic:
CpAppAp 11.60 -.08 +13.7
CpAppCp 10.95 -.08 +122
LCpVIEqA 12.76 -.05 +45.7
QuGrStkC 123.46 -.13 +22.7
TxSnGrlp 25.05 -.14 +26.6
Salomon Brothers:
BalancBp 12.92 -.02 +26.8
Opport 50.75 +.10 +402
Schwab Funds:
10001nvrn35.79 -.13 +465
S&PInvn 19.07 -.07 +44.0
S&PSeln 19.15 -.07 +44.8
YIdPIsSI 9.68 +.01 +9.1
Scudder Funds A:
DrHiRA 44.66 +.17 +512
FlgComAp18.64 -.03 +79.6
USGovA 8.55 -.01 +9.5
Scudder Funds S:
EmMkIn 11.50 +.02 +78.6
EmMkGrr 20.93 +.12+135.5
GIbBdSr 10.30 +.01 +22.7
GIbDis 38.97 +.08+105.6
GlobalS 30.55 +.14 +72.8
Gold&Prc 17.11 +.51 +90.8
GrEuGr 29.95 +.15 +72.1
GrolncS 22.55 -.07 +40.5
HiYIdTx 12.95 ... +17,7
IncomeS 12.98 -.01 +16.3
IntTxAMT 11.35 -.01 +9.7
Intl FdS 48.91 +.13 +642
LgCoGro 24.65 -.14 +33.7
LalAmr 42.83 +.44+176.5
MgdMuniS922 -.01 +12.4
MATFS 14.60 -.01 +12.1
PacOppsr14.93 +.05 +812
ShtTmBdS 10.05 ...' +7.0
SmCoVISr27.48 -28 +72.9
Selected Funds:
AmShSp 38.78 -.02 +53.3.
Seligman Group:
FrontrAt 12.81 -.11 +412
FrontrDt 11.28 -.11 437.9
GIbSmA 1720 -.05 +82.0
GIbTchA 13,05 -.10 +52.1
HYdBAp 3.41 ... +36.8
Sentinel Group:
ComS A p 30.36 -.04 +472
Sequoia n149.55 -.12+19.2
Sit Funds:
LrgCpGr 35.95 -.18 +472
Smith Barney A:
AgGrAp 103.97 -.15 +67.4
ApprAp 14.78 -.04 4+36.6
FdValAp 15.43 -.03 +48.9
HilncAt 6.95 -.01 +50A4
IrnAICGAp 14.50 +.03 +59.2
LgCpGAp22.43 -.17 +49.2
Smith Barney B&P:
FVaIBt 14.49 -.03 +45.5
LgCpGBt 21.13 -.16 +45.9
SBCplnc 117.09 -.01 +63.6
Smith Barney 1:
DvSIrl 17.25 -.03 +25.0
GrInd 15.48 -.05 +423
St FarmAssoc:
Gwth 49.73 -.14 +452
Stratton Funds:
Dividend 36.55 -.09 +65.9
Growth 44.33 -.04 +76.4
SmCap 43.34 -.36 +915
SunAmerica Funds:
USGvBt 9.48 -.01 +6.7
SunAmerica Focus:
FLgCpAp 17.88 -.13 +36.7
TCW Galileo Fds:
SelEqly 19.02 -.21 4672
TDWatserhouseFds:
TIAA-CREF Funds:
BdPlus 1029 -.01 +14.3
Eqlndex 8,89 -.04 +49.8
Grolnc 12.48 -.04 +402
GroEq 923 -.09 4362
HiYldBd 9.29 ... 445.1
IntlEq 11.64 +.09 +81.4
MgdAlc 11.38 -.02 +41.1
ShntTrId 10.46 ... +9.1
SocChEq 9.52 -.04 +50.7
TxExBd 10.93 -.01 +13.9
Tamarack Funds:
EntSmCp 32.72 -.29 +632
Value 45.78 -.11 4342
Templeton Instit:
FofEqS 21.93 +07 +85.2
Third Avenue Fds:
Inllr 20,70 +.02+1252


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Value 5820 -24 +97.0
Thrivent Fds A:
HiYId 5.16 ... +46.9
Income 8.74 -.01 +16.3
LgCpStk 26.20 -.10 +32.9
TA IDEX A:
FdTEAp 11.84 -.01 +12.8
JanGrowp 24.77 -.06 -55.5
GCGIobp 25.18 -.06 +27.7
TrCHYBp 929 -.01 +35.9
TAFIxInp 955 -.02 +15.0
Turner Funds:
SmlCpGrn24A2 -28 +81.2
Tweedy Browne:
GlobVal 25.83 +.03 +63.8
US Global Investors:
AllAmn 25.88 -.01 +40.5
GbRs 14.85 +.09+2992
GIdShr 9.00 +.32 +83.1
USChina 7.29 +.02 +9863
WIdPrcMn 17.82 +.43+130.7
USAA Group:
AgvGt 30.04 -.19 +414
CABd 11.30 ... +14.7
CmstSIr 27.81 -.03 +44.5
GNMA 9.68 ... +9.7
GrTxStr 15.10 -.05 +30.7
Grwth 1441 -.09 +40.0
Gr&lnc 1926 -.07 +482
IncStk 1727 ... +45.6
Inco 12.40 -.01 +14.8
InUt 23.71 +.08 +73.1
NYBd 12.13 -.01 +15.6
PrecMM 17.03 +.46 +78.4
ScTech 10.11 -.09 +67.9
ShtTBnd 8.89 ... +8.7
SmCpS k 14.57 -.09 +563
TxElt 13.33 ... +139
TxELT 1425 -.01 +182
TxESh 10.67 .. +46.86
VABd 1.1.74 -.01 +14.5
WdGr 18.81 ... +59.5
Value Line Fd:
LevGtn 27.52 -.09 +26.4
Van Kamp Funds A:
CATFAp 18.96 ... +12.5
CmstApx 18.41 -.10 +57.4
CpBdAp 6.72 -.01 +223
EGAp 40.14 -20 +29.9
EqlncApx 8.91 -.04 +45.6
Exch 36833 +1.14 +40.5
GrinApx 21.44 -.05 +55.7
HaibApx 14.54 -.17 4343
HiYIdA 3.62 ... 43.9
HYMuAp 11.00 -.01 +243
InTFAp 19.02 -.01 +13.3
MunlAp 14.82 -.01 +13.5
PATFAp 17.55 -.01 +129
SIMunlnc 13.39 -.03 +20.6
US MtgeA 13.81 -.01 +9.6
URilApx 19.49 -.06 +733
Van Kamp Funds B:
CmstBtx 18.42 -.07 +53.9
EGBt 3429 -.17 +27.0
EnterpBt 11.55 -.08 +24.7
EqIncBtx 8.78 -.02 442.3
HYMuBt 11.00 -.01 +21.5
MulB 14.80 ... +11.0
PATFBt 17.50 -.01 +10.4
SrlMunInc 13.38 -.03 +179
USMIge 13.75 -.01 +7.0
UtIBx o 19.47 -.02 469.5
Vanguard Admiral:
500Admln113.55 -37 +452
GNMAAdn1O.37 ... +11.8
HIhCrn 5926 -.11 +57.7
HiYldCpn 6.27 ... 435.3
HiYldAdmn10.89 -.01 +16.4
[TAdmln 13.48 -.01 ,+10.9
UdTrAdn 10.78 ... +6.5
PrnCaprn67.06 -24 +71.5
STsyAdrIn10.40 ... +7.0
ShtTrAd n 15.57 +4.9
STIGrAdn1058 ... +10.6
TtlBAdmlni020 -.01 +13.6
TStkAdmn29.57 -.12 +522
WellslAdmn53.19-.05 +269
WnllnAdm n53.96-.02 +432
Windsorn 61.86 -.16 +59.6
WdsrilAd n57.53 ... +5925
Vanguard Fds:
AssetAn 25.04 -.08 +44.9
CALTn 11.86 ... +13.4
CapOppn 32.33 -26 +98.5
Convrln 13.41 -.09 +50.6
DivdGron1233 -.03 +39.6
Energyn 57.65 +.67+170.5
Eqlncn 23.94 -.04 +46.7
Expirn 78.62 -.57 +71.6
FLLTn 11.83 ... +13.7
GNMAn 10.37 .. +11.6
Grolncn 3123 -.11 +44.9
GrthEqn 925 -.08 +46.6
HYCorpn 627 ... 435.0
HithCren 140.37 -27 +573
InflaPron 12.60 -.01 +22.4
IntlExprn 8.68 +.13+129.3
IntlGrn 20.44 +.08 +72.8
IntlValn 34.01 +.18 484.0
ITIGraden 9.96 -.01 +17.0
OTsryn 11.14 -.02 +10.6
UfeConn 15.52 -.03 +31.1
Lfero n 20.69 -.04 + .5
Ufeln n 13.65 -.02 +22.3
LifeModn 18.36 -.04 +412
LTIlGraden 9.74 -.03 +24.7
LTrslyn 11.81 -.04 +193
Morgn 16.97 -.09+522
MuHYn 10.89 -.01 +162
MulnsLgn 12.84 ... +14.5
Mulnin 13.48 -.01 +10.7
MuLtdn 10.78 ... +83
MuLongn 11.45 -.01 +13.4
MuShrtn 15.57 ... +4.7
NJLTn 12.06 ... +132
NYLTn 11.51 ... +13.5
OHLTTEn1221 -.01 +13.5
PALTn 11.55 -.01 +13.7
PrecMtlsrn20.95 +27+126.1
Prmcprn 64.58 -23 +70.7
SelValurn19.85 -.09 +73.0
STARn 19.46 -.03 +43.7
STIGraden10.58 ... +102
STFedn 1032 -.01 +62
StratEqn 23.16 -.12 +849
USGron 16.88 -.15 +3425
USValuen 1441 ... +52.7
WeIslyn 21.95 -.02 +26.5
Welinn 31.23 -.01 442.6
Wndsrn 1833 -.04 +59.1
Wndslln 32.40 ... +59.0
Vanguard Idx Fds:
500 n 113.53 -.37 +442
Balancedn19.83 -.05 +36.0
EMktn 17.42 +.06+137.1
Europe n 27.86 +.12 +62.5
Extend n 33.52 -22 +80.5
Growth n 26.80 -.17 +342
ITBrndn 10.57 -.02 +17.5
LgCaplxn 22.01 -.07 NS
MidCapn 17.15 -.06 +74.4
Pacificn 10.09 +.05 +69.8
REITrn 2027 -.04 +903
SmCpn 2834 -21 +82.0
SmlCpVln14.74 -.11 +742
STBOdn 10.03 ... +8.7
TotBndn 1020 -.01 +134
To6Int n 13.68 +.08 +832
TotStkn 29.50 -.12 +512
Valuen 2220 ... +481.4
Vanguard InstI Fds:
Inslldxn 112.63 -.37 +455
InsPIn 112.64 -36 +45.6
TBlstn 1020 -.01 +13.8
TSInsIn 29.58 -.11 +52.4
Vantagepoint Fds:
Growal 837 -.05 +30.4
Victory Funds:
DvsStA 17.14 -.05 +58.6
Waddell & Reed Adv:
CoWeIInvA 6.00 -.01 +36.6
Waeatch:
SmCpGr 41.83 -.30 +67.9
Weltz Funds:
PatVal 23.04 -.02 +42.1
Value 36.14 -.01 +462
Wells Fargo Adv:
Opptylnv 48.70 -.12 468.7
Western Asset:
CorePlus 10.71 -.01 +25.7
Core 1150 ... +19.7
William Blair N:
GrowthN 11.10 -.09 437.9
Yacktman Funds:
Fundp 1528 -.01 +49.3


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Lecanto Government Building
3600 West Sovereign Path
Rdom 117
Lecanto, Florida 34461


Contact person: JOANNA L. COUTU,AICP, CHAIRMAN (527-5259)


1. CALL TO ORDER


2. OLD BUSINESS


3. NEW BUSINESS


LR-05-27 Application for a Lot Reconfiguration by Arnold W. & Kathy L.
Onkala, located in Sections 5/32, Townships 17/16 South, Ranges 18/18 East


LR-05-28 Application for a Lot Reconfiguration by William Lanigan on behalf
of Michael D. Bays and Norma V. Anderson, located in Section 07, Township
17 South, Range 19 East


4. OTHER BUSINESS:


Approval of Minutes of September 7,2005


5. ADJOURN


If any person decides to appeal any action made by the Team with respect to any
matter considered at this meeting or hearing, he or she will need a record of the
proceedings and, for such purpose, he or she may need to insure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which record includes testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.


Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at this meeting because of a
disability or physical impairment should contact the County Administrator's
Office, 110 N. Apopka Ave., Inverness, Florida 34450, (352) 341-6565, at least
two days before the meeting. If you are hearing or speech impaired, use the TDD
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SEPTEMBER I 5. 2005


S "The power to tax involves
the power to destroy."


John Marshall


CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE
EDITORIAL BOARD
Gerry Mulligan .......................... publisher
Charlie Brennan ............................. editor
Neale Brennan ......promotions/community affairs
Kathie Stewart ....... advertising services director
Mike Arnold .......................managing editor
Andy Marks ............................ sports editor
John Murphy ................classifieds/online leader
Founded in 1891 Jim Hunter ..................... senior reporter
by Albert M. Curt Ebitz ............ ........ ...... citizen member
williamson Mike Moberley.........................guest member
"You may differ with my choice, but not my right to choose."
David S. Arthurs publisher emeritus

TAX RATE TEMPEST




Back off tax




rate; slow




spending


he county commission will
come together today for a
special public hearing to
consider the largest increase in
spending we've seen in many
years.
The public hearing will be at 1
p.m. at the commission cham-
bers on the first floor of the
Citrus County Courthouse in
Inverness.
Our advice to the county is
simple: Don't go for
the whole enchila-
da. THE I
By keeping the T HE
tax rate at its cur- County's
rent level, county incr
government would
experience an un- OUR 01
believable 22 per- Too mw
cent increase in spending
funds. That hap- at one
*pens because the
%assessments on new
homes, on existing homes that
changed hands and on business-
es, have increased dramatically
in the last year. When values rise
at this astonishing rate, the same
tax rate raises more money. The
,county shouldn't be looking at
this as a windfall these are
real people and businesses that
are going to be paying these tax
dollars.
Consumers should remember
that when county government
disproportionately hikes the
taxes on businesses, those costs
are passed along to shoppers.
That means the entire cost of liv-
ing in our community increases.
Most homeowners are protect-

Clinton and Bush C O
George Bush knows how
to spend our tax dollars.
Sure doesn't know how to
save anything. But guess
what? He has papa Bush
and Clinton out raising j/
money for flood victims.
When Clinton ran against CALL
Bush in 1992, there were
no good words for him 563-
from the Bush family.
The Republican
Congress spent $70 million trying
to get Clinton.out of office. Now the
same people who condemned
Clinton ask favors of him to raise
money. What a two-faced bunch of
people, the Bush family. G.W. has
the country so far in debt after
Clinton left and the stocks fell. He
spends, spends, spends. That's
G.W.'s hobby, along with war for oil.
It's a shame. If I was in Clinton's
shoes, you know what I would tell
the Bush family.
He's too nice a guy that's the
problem.
Waning greatness
I am 75 years old, and I would
like to know what has happened to
the United States of America, the
greatest country in the world. We
are no longer the greatest country
in the world.
Play all boys
Calling in about the IMS school.
I don't know what's the matter with
those coaches. At the first football
game, what a disappointment that
was. Half of the boys didn't get to
play. What about that, coach?
Wildwood girls cheered, all the girls
ran all over. Other team played the


ed from huge assessment
increases by the Save Our
Homes amendment to the state
constitution. That law limits the
property appraiser to a maxi-
mum increase of 3 percent on
homesteaded dwellings.
But that protection does not
negate the fact that the county
would be spending 22 percent
more in tax dollars next year if
the current tax rate holds. So
many new dollars
are being generated
SSUE: that the county's
entire wish list
huge tax would be funded
ease. and $3.3 million
would still be left
PINION: over. Some want to
ich of a keep that money for
increase a rainy day fund.
e time. We disagree.with
some of the county's
spending priorities
especially its lack of attention
to making matching local dollars
available for state grants for
water and sewer projects. But
the big picture is that the county
would be wasteful to go on a
spending spree with these new
tax dollars.
Each member of the county
commission ran their original
election campaigns pledging
that they were fiscal conserva-
tives. Our expectation is that
they will follow through on those
pledges and reduce the tax rate.
Taxpayers should come out
and let county commissioners
know what they think about the
spending plan.

T ~band where were ours?
Nowhere.
Boys on our team had
no support from cheer-
leaders or band, just par-
ents and friends. Get with
it, coaches.
Play all the boys who are
0j, willing to play ... Play all of
thqm, not just a few hand-
SW79f picked.
Saudi donation
I was just wondering
how much our "friends" from Saudi
Arabia have pledged to help out the
hurricane victims here.
I'm just curious if they donated
anything to our country.
Editor's note: According to wire
service reports, Saudi Arabia donated
$255 million.
FEMA debit cards
I had one question: If FEMA is
giving out $2,000 debit cards to the
victims in New Orleans and Miss-
issippi, etc., how are they supposed
to use these debit cards, if there is
no electricity?
Editor's note: The debit cards were
distributed only to evacuees located at
the Houston Astrodome, which has
electricity, according to the Associated
Press.
Bring troops home
Those of us who are against the
war in Iraq think daily and almost
constantly about the tremendous
sacrifices that have been made by
our men and women in uniform.
That is why we want them home.
We don't want them in Iraq fighting
a useless, unnecessary war. They
need to be here, helping out with dis-
asters.


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Son would be proud
Norman Dickinson is wrong in con-
demning Cindy Sheehan for protest-
ing the war in Iraq. She is no Jane
Fonda. She is a mother who is griev-
ing for a son who was sacrificed for
the ego of a stubborn man who refus-
es to listen to facts contrary to his
personal agenda.
Charley Reese says it very well
when he says that the administration
is not accountable. If the voters don't
wake up soon, we will never get our
country back.
How sad is Dickinson about lost
lives when he would condemn dis-
senters and not hold the administra-
tion accountable?
I think Cindy's son would be proud of
his mother if he knew his mother was
exercising the rights he fought to pre-
serve; that's what he joined the Army
for, not what he died for Like a good
soldier he went where his commander
in chief ordered him to go, not neces-
sarily the place he would have chosen.
George Bendtsen
Inverness
Grief to rage
Monday, Aug. 29, Leonard Pitts
wrote a piece titled "Question


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deserves answer," pertaining
Sheehan's antics in a "ditch".
Crawford, Texas, financed and
moted by George Soros and
MoveOn.org and others.
The answer is: Cindy Sheeh
Casey died in Sadr City last ye
which is supposed to put her ]
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nicle edi- Maureen Dowd informed us, "The
editorial moral authority of parents who bury
children killed in Iraq is absolute."
car-
t neces- Really? Well, what about the other
the edito- parents who buried children killed in
Iraq? There are, sadly, hundreds.
rd to They honor their loved one's service
to the nation, and so don't make the
editorial news.
would call
560. Casey Sheehan was a 21-year-old
include a man when he enlisted in 2000. He re-
including enlisted for a second tour, and he
and died after volunteering for a rescue
)ne num-
ven out. mission in Sadr City Mrs. Sheehan
ers for says she wishes she had driven him to
taste. Canada, though that's not what he
350 would have wished, and it was his
ed to decision.
1624 N. Perhaps deep down, she under-
er, FL stands that her grief curdled into a
80; or e blinded rage, and most patriotic
Americans will not follow where she
has gone to the wilder shores of
to Cindy anti-Bush, anti-war, anti-Iraq, anti-
in Afghanistan, anti-Israel, anti-
d pro- American paranoia.
Casey Sheehan's service was not an
act of a child. A shame you can't say
aan's son the same of his mom's new friends.
ear,
beyond J. Dennis Lown
Crystal River


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Soldier pays visit home to Beverly Hills


ANNE FUSILLO
Special to the Chronicle
Army Sgt Steve Bowling of
Beverly Hills recently returned
from Iraq for a two-week vaca-
tion.
He graduated from Lecanto
High School in 2000. Bowling
joined the Army and was
assigned to the helicopter divi-
sion in aviation, and received
extensive training in his field.
This past January, he was
transferred to Iraq.
Bowling said that Baghdad is
a modern city of approximately
2 million people, similar to
many cities here in the-states,
with skyscrapers, computers
and cell phones. The city peo-
ple are well educated; howev-
er, the desert nomads are com-
pletely uneducated.
The winters are very rainy,
but the summer days climb to
about 145 degrees with an aver-
age of 125 to 130 degrees.
However, the soldier must
wear full uniforms. To offset
some of the heat, they partly
work during the night and
drink "gallons of water."
Sandstorms are ugly, but they
learned to deal with this type of
situation.
Bowling said the soldiers
have a good outlook and bond
together. One of the men in his
squad was told of his mother's
cancer and she had to have her
head shaved. So the entire
squad shaved their heads, had
a photo taken, and sent it to her
with their best wishes.
The entire neighborhood of
Perry Drive in Beverly Hills
welcomed Bowling home with
decorated trees,, lawns, mail-
boxes, flags and signs. Bowling
said he was completely over-
whelmed by this warm wel-
come.
Besides being with his fami-
ly, Bowling said he enjoyed
"sleeping peacefully through-
out the night without mortar


Steve Bowling, center, poses with his father, Steve, and mother,
Sue, during his visit home to Beverly Hills.


shells exploding," and fishing
during his vacation.
He and his father, Steve,
went fishing quite a few times.
The first day, they caught 32
fish.
Before he left, Bowling
appeared in full dress uniform
at Rock Crusher Elementary
School, where he spoke to the
students and thanked them for
their packages and letters.

Army Sgt. Steve Bowling has
been in Iraq since January.


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The Citrus volleyball team
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The Hurricanes' serving was
the difference as they improved
their overall record to 6-2 with a
25-10, 25-9, 25-9 victory at
North Marion.
'They're playing good," said
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lievable. We had just three serv-
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played a role in the victory.
Rachel Fultz served 17 points
with six aces; she also had 12
kills to lead the attack. Ashley
Hoglund also had a superb
match, collecting 19 points serv-
ing with nine aces, and she
added nine kills.
Krystal Boardman and
Amanda Pretulac set for the
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12 points serving with four aces.
I Citrus plays a key district
match at Lecanto at 7 p.m.
tonight.
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N.Y. Yankees 6, Tampa Bay 5
Kansas City 10, Chicago White Sox 9
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Oakland (Blanton 9-11) at Boston
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Kansas City at Cleveland, 7:05 p.m.
N.Y. Yankees at Toronto, 7:07 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Baltimore, 7:35 p.m.
Seattle at Texas, 8:05 p.m.
Chicago White Sox at Minnesota, 8:10
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JEcrcn rf 2 00 0 Brkmn lb 3 3 2 0
Easley ss 4 01 0 Jmrsn cf 0 00 0
Pierre cf 301 0 Lane rf 4 322
Mssngr p 0000 Burke cf 1 0 0 0
Resop p 0 00 0 Gipson cf 2 0 2 1
Qantrill p 0 00 0 Bgwell ph 0 0 0 0
Lowell ph 1 00 0 Burns p 0 0 0 0
LDucac 301 0 AEvrttss 4 1 23
Wlnhm c 1 00 0 Asmusc 2001
Burnett p 2 00 0 RChavz c 1 0 0 0
Villone p 0 00 0 CImens p 1 0 0 1
Hrmida rf 1 00 0 Qualls p 0 0 0 0
JVzcnoph 1 000
Wheelrp 0 000
Quitrib 1 0 00
Totals 312 6 1 Totals 34101210
Florida 100 000 001- 2
Houston 030 000 34x- 10
E-Bruntlett (1). DP-Florida 1, Houston
3. LOB-Florida 6, Houston 11. 2B-
Gipson (1), AEverett (27). 3B-Lamb (5).
S-AEverett.
IP H RERBBSO


Florida
Burnett L,12-11 6
Villone 1-3
Messenger 2-3
Resop 1-3
Quantrill 2-3
Houston
Clemens W,12-7 61-3
Qualls 2-3
Wheeler 1
Bums 1


6 3 3
1 2 2
2 1 1
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00 0

5 1 1
00 0
1 0 0
0 1 0


HBP-by Burns (JEncarnacion). WP-
Bums.
Umpires-Home, Ed Hickox; First, Bill
Hohn; Second, Bruce Dreckman; Third,
Doug Eddings.
T-2:59. A-30,911 (40,950).
Phillies 12, Braves 4
ATLANTA PHILA


7 4-6
8 5% 5-5
5 6 z-4-6
8 7 4-6
0313% z-5-5


Home
48-22
47-27
38-33
34-37
38-36

Home
43-31
39-33
39-32
35-39
28-44

Home
41-30
41-30
40-34
37-38


Home
48-24
41-31
45-32
40-32
41-29

Home
47-29
47-26
39-32
34-37
39-36
28-42

Home
39-32
37-36
33-41
29-41
37-37


Away Intr
37-38 12-6
35-35 11-7
34-40 8-10
35-39 8-10
22-50 3-15

Away Intr
45-25 12-6
45-29 15-3
36-38 8-10
31-39 9-9
19-52 9-9

Away Intr
40-34 12-6
39-35 10-8
31-41 9-9
27-43 10-8


Away Intr
35-39 7-8
37-37 10-5
33-36 7-8
35-39 12-6
30-45 5-10

Away Intr
46-25 10-5
30-42 7-8
33-40 8-7
38-36 6-9
28-41 7-8
30-45 5-7

Away Intr
33-41 7-11
29-42 5-13
33-38 6-12
36-39 8-10
21-49 6-9


NATIONAL LEAGUE
Wednesday's Games
Pittsburgh 5, St. Louis 3
San Diego 5, San Francisco 4, 10 innings
Philadelphia 12, Atlanta 4
Washington 6, N.Y. Mets 3
Houston 10, Florida 2
Cincinnati at Chicago Cubs, 8:05 p.m.
Milwaukee at Arizona, 9:40 p.m.
Colorado at L.A. Dodgers, 10:10 p.m.
Thursday's Games
Washington (L.Hernandez 15-7) at N.Y.
Mets (Seo 7-2), 1:05 p.m.
Milwaukee (Ohka 10-8) at Arizona (Estes-
7-7), 6:10 p.m.
Atlanta (Sosa 11-3) at Philadelphia (Myers"
12-7), 7:05 p.m.
Florida (Vargas 5-3) at Houston (Pettitte,
15-9), 8:05 p.m. -'
St. Louis (Suppan 14-10) at Chicago Cub%'
(Prior 11-5), 8:05 p.m.
L.A. Dodgers (Lowe 10-13) at San'
Francisco (Hennessey 4-7), 10:15 p.m.
Friday's Games
St. Louis at Chicago Cubs, 3:20 p.m.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, 2, 5:05 p.m.
Atlanta at N.Y. Mets, 7:10 p.m.
Philadelphia at Florida, 7:35 p.m.
Milwaukee at Houston, 8:05 p.m.
Colorado at Arizona, 9:40 p.m.
Washington at San Diego, 10:05 p.m.
L.A. Dodgers at San Francisco, 10:15 p.m.

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Btemitss 1 000 Chavezl If 0 0 0 ''
MGiles 2b 4 01 1 Mchels cf 5 1 2 3.
CJones 3b 300 0 BAbreu rf 4 1 1 1,
Orr 3b 0 00 0 Vctrno cf 0 0 0 01.
AJones cf 4 22 1 Burrell If 1 2 1 p
Kolb p 0 00 0 Geary p 0 0 0 )
LaRche lb 4 11 0 ALopez p 0 0 0 .-
Frncur rf 401 0 Utley 2b b 1 0.;
Jhnson If 2 01 2 Kata 2b 0 0 0q Oh
Lerew p 0 00 0 DaBell3b 5 1 3 .A;
AMrte ph 1 00 0 Lbrthal c 3 2 2 2
Mcbrdep 0 00 0 Prattc 1 0 0 0'
Brower p 0 00 0 REMtiz lb 4 22 4.
Hlndsw If 1 00 0 Lidle p 2 0 0 0
McCnn c 2000 Tucker ph 1 00 0.
Pena c 2 01 0 Fultz p 0 0 0 00
HRmrz p 1 01 0 ToPerz ss 2 00 0
Lngrhn If 3 12 0 1
Totals 36411 4 Totals 381215 12i
Atlanta 000 210 010- 4
Philadelphia 304 031 10x- 12'
E-MGiles (11). DP-Philadelphia 1.
LOB-Atlanta 7, Philadelphia 9. 2B-.-
LaRoche (25), Langerhans (18), Rollins 2
(30), Utley (32), DaBell (29). 3B-Johnson_
(3). HR-AJones (50), Michaels (4),,
REMartinez (1). SB-Rollins (34). SF--
MGiles, Lieberthal.
IP H RERBBSO


Atlanta
HRamirez L,11-9 3


8 7 6 1 2


Lerew 2 4 3 3 2 1
Mcbride 1 1 1 1 1 1
Brower 1 1 1 1 2 1
Kolb 1 1 0 0 0 1
Philadelphia
LidleW,11-10 5 7 3 3 1 3'
Fultz 2 1 0 0 0 1
Geary 1 2 1 1 0 0
ALopez 1 1 0 0 0 1
Umpires-Home, Jeff Kellogg; First,'
Paul Schrieber; Second, Mike Reilly; Third,
Andy Fletcher.
T-2:46. A-23,125 (43,826),
Rangers 7, Orioles 6, 10 inning
BALTIMORE TEXAS


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Mora 3b
Tejada dh
Gbbons rf
Newhn rf
Surhoff If
WYong lb
Byrnes If
Matos cf
Gomez ss
GGil c
Fasano c


ab rhbi
3 32 1 Mathwscf
5 13 3 MYong ss
5 01 1 Txeira lb
4 00 0 ASrano 2b
1 01 0 Mench If
401 1 DeRosa rf
4 020 Botts dh
1 00 0 McDgl 3b
5 12 0 Blalock 3b
3 11 0 Laird c
3 00 0 Dllucci ph
0 00 0 SAlmr c


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1 1 1

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Totals 38613 6 Totals 37 712 7'
Baltimore 210 000 102 0-S 6
Texas 001 200 003 1- 7
No outs when winning run scored.
DP-Baltimore 2, Texas 2. LOB-,
Baltimore 7, Texas 7. 2B-BRoberts '2,
(43), Mora 2 (28), MYoung (37), Teixeir'a
(35), ASoriano (39), McDougall (1), Blalock
(30). 3B-Mench (3). HR-ASoriano (34),
Dellucci (27). SB-Matthews (7), ASoriano
(24). S-Surhoff, Gomez, GGiI.
IP H RERBBSO
Baltimore
Bedard 5 7 3 3 2 3
Rakers 2 0 0 0 0 5
Williams 1 0 0 0 0 0
Julio 2-3 2 3 3 1 1
Byrdak 0 1 0 0 0 0
Grimsley L,1-2 1-3 2 1 1 1 0
Texas
Dominguez 6 8 3 3 1 6
Wasdin 1 2 1 1 0 1
BShouse 1 0 0 0 0 1 '
Brocail 1 2 2 2 1 1
Ramirez 1-3 1 0 0 0 0'
Benoit W,4-4 2-3 00 0 0 0'
Bedard pitched to 1 batter in the 6th,-
Byrdak pitched to 1 batter in the 9th,,
Grimsley pitched to 3 batters in the 10th.'
Umpires-Home, Gary Cederstrom:
First, Bill Welke; Second, Brian O'Nora;.
Third, Tim Welke.
T-3:15. A-18,077 (49,115).


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Red Sox 5, Blue Jays 3
BOSTON TORONTO


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MRmrz If
Nixon rf
Varitek c
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Cora ss
Kapler of
Mchado cf


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4 232 Jhnson If
411 0 Rios rf
4 11 3 VWells cf
4 00 0 Koskie 3b
3 01 0 Hinbrn lb
3 00 0 AHill ss
4 01 0 Zaun c
3 00 0 Mnchno 2b
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Boston 100 020 020- 5
Toronto 020 001 000- 3
E-Koskie (6). DP-Boston 2, Toronto 3.
LOB-Boston 2, Toronto 5. 2B-
Graffanino (13), Koskie (16), AHill (21),
Menechino (7). HR-Graffanino (6), DOrtiz
(42). SB-Koskie (3).
IP H RERBBSO
Boston
DWells W,13-7 7 7 3 3 2 1
Bradford 1 0 0 0 0 0 -
TlmllnS,8 1 0 0 0 0 1
Toronto
Towers L,11-11 8 7 5 3 1 5
Schoenewels 1 0 0 0 0 0
HBP-by Schoeneweis (Nixon), by
Bradford (Koskie).
Royals 10, White Sox 9
CHICAGO KANSAS CITY
ab rhbi ab r hbi
Pdsdnk If 522 0 Guiel cf 4 1 2 1
Iguchi2b 5123 Long If 4 22 0
Knerko b 5010 MiSwydh 5 122
CEvrttdh 4121 Stairs lb 4 021
Rwand cf 5110 Ambres pr 0 1 00
Dye rf 3 02 1 Brown rf 2 210
Uribe ss 4112 Teahen 3b 5 122
Widgerc 5110 Berroass 5 131
Crede 3b 3222 PPh!lps c 3 000
Hckng ph 1 000
Buck c 0 000
ABInco2b 4 11 0
Totals 39914 9 Totals 371015 7
Chicago 006 120 000- 9
Kansas City 301 012 003-10
One out when winning run scored.
E-Podsednik 2 (3), Dye (8). DP-
Chicago 1, Kansas City 1. LOB-Chicago
8, Kansas City 8. 2B-Rowand (30), Crede
(20), MiSweeney (35), Berroa (18). 3B-
Berroa (5), ABlanco (1). HR-Iguchi (14),
Uribe (15), Crede (17), MiSweeney (20).
SB-Brown (8). SF-Dye, Guiel, Stairs.
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Chicago
FGarcia 51-3
Cotts. 1-3
LVizcaino 11-3
Politte 1
Hrmns L,1-4 1-3
Kansas City
Howell 3
Camp 3
Nunez 2
Demaria W,1-0 1
HBP-by FGarcia
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Mariners 10, Angels 9
LOS ANGELES SEATTLE
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OCbera ss 5 01 0 Reed cf 4
GAndsn If 5 12 2 Ibanez If 5
VGr.ro dh 3 11 1 Sexson lb 5
Quil)lan 3b 5 11 1 Beltre 3b 5
lzturis 3b 0 00 0 JoLpez 2b 5.
Ktch'm lb 4132 RSntgo pr 0
Smrnn 2b 010 0 Dobbs dh 2
JMolha c 4 12 0 YBtcrt ss 3
DVrion rf 4 00 0 Ojeda c 3
BMolna ph 1 01 1
Pride pr' 0 00-0
Erstad lb 0 00 10
AKndy 2b 4 122


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Totals 40916 9 Totals 37101510
LosAngeles 004 030 011- 9
Seattle 331 002 001- 10
Ore out when winning run scored.
E-,-Beltre (12), JoLopez (5), Guardado
(1). DP-Seattle 1. LOB-Los Angeles 9,
Seattle 9. 2B-VGuerrero (27), AKennedy
(19) ISuzuki (18), Reed (30), JoLopez
(11). HR-lbanez (19), Sexson (36). SB-
ISuzyki (32), Reed (11). CS-Figgins (16),
AKennedy (4), Reed (11). S-Sorensen,
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Los Angeles
Sauriders 2 5 6 6 2 2
Yan 2 2 1 1 1 1
KEscobar 2 4 2 2 0 1
Donnelly 1 1 0 0 1 0
FrRdgzL,2-5 11-3 3 1 1 1 2
Seattle
Moyer 5 13 7 7 0 0
JMateo 2 1 0 0 1 3
Sherrill 1-3 0 1 0 1 1
Putz 2-3 1 0 0 0 0
Guardado W,2-2 1 1 1 0 0 0
HBP-by Moyer (JMolina). WP-
Saunders, FrRodriguez.
Umpires-Home, Ed Montague; First,
Tony Randazzo; Second, Jerry Layne;
Third, Paul Emmel.


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Tigers 4, Twins 2
MINNESOTA DETROIT
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LFord If 2 00 0 Inge 3b
JCastro 3b 4 00 0 Shitn lb
Mauer c 2 11 0 MOrdz rf
JJones cf 4 01 0 Logan cf
Cddyer rf 4 01 1 Monroe If
Mrneau lb 4 11 0 CPena dh
MRyan.dh 2 00 0 Infante ss
LeCroy dh 1 00 0 VWilsn c
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Rivas 2b 1 01 0
LRdrgz2b 2 021
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3 0 0.0
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Kendall c 4 00 0 Crisp If
Kotsay cf 4 11 1 JhPlta ss
EChavz 3b 3 00 0 Hafner dh
Httberg dh 3 00 0 VMrtnz c
DJnson lb 3 00 0 Blliard 2b
Payton If 2 10 0 JHrndz lb
Scutaro-ss 3 11 0 Brssrd lb
Swisher rf 3 11 3 Boone 3b
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Oakland 000 003 001- 4
Cleveland 000 030 30x- 6
E-EChavez (15). DP-Oakland 1,
Cleveland 1. LOB-Oakland 2, Cleveland
9. 2B-Sizemore (32), Broussard (23).
HR-Kotsay (14), Swisher (18), Belliard
(14). S-Crisp. SF-VMartinez.
IP H RERBBSO
Oakland
ZitoL,13-12 61-3 9 6 5 5 4
Calero 2-3 1 0 0 0 0
JuCruz 1 0 0 0 0 0
Cleveland
WstbrkW,15-14 7 2 3 3 3 3
Howry 1 0 0 0 0 1
WickmanS,41 1 1 1 1 1 3
WP-Zito.
Pirates 5, Cardinals 3
PITTSBURGH ST. LOUIS
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JWilsn ss 500 0 Rdrgez rf 0 1 00
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On the AIRWAVES


TODAY'S SPORTS
AUTO RACING
3 p.m. (ESPN2) IndyCar Racing Menard's Infiniti Pro Series.
From Joliet, Ill. (Taped)
BASEBALL
1 p.m. (ESPN) MLB Baseball Washington Nationals at New York
Mets. From Shea Stadium in Flushing, N.Y. (Live) (CC)
2 p.m. (WGN) MLB Baseball Chicago White Sox at Kansas City
Royals. From Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Mo. (Live) (CC)
7 p.m. (66 PAX) MLB Baseball New York Yankees at Tampa Bay
Devil Rays. From Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg (Live)
(TBS) MLB Baseball Atlanta Braves at Philadelphia Phillies. From
Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. (Live) (CC)
8 p.m. (FSNFL) MLB Baseball Florida Marlins at Houston Astros.
From Minute Maid Park in Houston. (Live)
(WGN) MLB Baseball St. Louis Cardinals at Chicago Cubs. From
Wrigley Field in Chicago. (Live) (CC)
FOOTBALL
7:30 p.m. (ESPN) College Football Utah at Texas Christian.
(Live) (CC)
GOLF
9:15 a.m. (GOLF) Golf HSBC World Match Play Championship -
Day 1. From Surrey, England. (Live)
4 p.m. (ESPN) PGA Golf 84 Lumber Classic First Round. From
Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in Farmington, Pa. (Live) (CC)
5 p.m. (GOLF) PGA Golf Nationwide Tour Mark Christopher
Charity Classic First Round. From Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
(Live)
MOTORCYCLE RACING
5 p.m. (OUTDOOR) Motorcycle Racing AMA Motocross 125cc.
From Delmont, Pa. (Taped)
6 p.m. (OUTDOOR) Motorcycle Racing AMA SuperMoto. (Taped)


Prep CALENDAR


TODAY'S PREP SPORTS
SWIMMING
5 p.m. Central at Lecanto
BOYS GOLF
3:30 p.m. Lecanto at Crystal River, Planatation Inn
3:30 p.m. Seven Rivers at South Sumter/Wildwood
4 p.m. Gainesville and Oak Hall at Citrus, El Diablo
GIRLS GOLF
3:30 p.m. Lake Weir at Lecanto, Twisted Oaks
3:30 p.m. Citrus, Hemando, South Sumter at Crystal River, 7
Rivers Golf & CC
4:30 p.m. Dunnellon at Vanguard, North Marion
VOLLEYBALL
6 p.m. Cedar Key at Seven Rivers
7 p.m. Crystal River at Belleview
7 p.m. Citrus at Lecanto
7 p.m. Dunnellon at Lake Weir


Padres 5, Giants 4, 101
SAN DIEGO SAN FRAN
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Loretta 2b
RaHrdz c
BGiles rf
Randa 3b
Fick lb
Jhnson If
MaSwy ph
Jkson If
Brrghs ph
Seanez p
Hffman p
Alxndr ss
McAlty ph
KGreen ss
WVIms p
Lnbmk p
Klesko ph
Otsuka p
Nady If


3100 Winn cf
410 0 Vizquel ss
6 140 Niekro lb
4 23 2 JRmrz pr
5 00 0 Ellison rf
4 00 0 Drhamo2b
2 00 0 Alfonzo3b
1 00 1 Bonds ph
0 00 0 Chavez 3b
1 01 2 Feliz If
0 00 0 Mtheny c
0 00 0 Linden rf
2 00 0 Cain p
1 00 0 Tschnr p
1 00 0 Accrdop
3 000 Ortmer ph
0 00 0 TyWlkrp
0 00 0 Eyre p
0 00 0 Benitez p
1 00 0 Clark ph
Hwkins p


Totals 385 8 5 Totals 3
San-Diego 001 001 002
San Francisco 001 000 030
E--Cain (1). DP-San Diego
San Diego 15, San Francisco
RaHernandez (18), Burroughs
(27). HR-Winn (8). SB-Jacks,
IP H REI
San Diego
WWilliams 51-3 5 1
Linebrink 12-3 0 0 C
Otsuka 1 2 3 Z
Seanez W,7-1 1 0 0 C
Hoffman S,38 1 0 0 C
San Francisco
Cain 6 3 2
Taschner 2-3 1 0 0
Accardo 1-3 0 0 0
TyWalker 2-3 0 0 0
Eyre 1-3 00 0
Benitez 1 2 2
Hawkins L,2-7 1 2 1
Nationals 6, Mets
WASHINGTON NEW YORI
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Carroll 2b
JGillen rf
Church rf
NJhnsn lb
PrWlsn cf
Castilla 3b
GBnntt c
CGzmn ss
Loaiza p
Mjwski p
Watson ph
CCrdro p


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5 00 0 KMtsui 2b
3 01 0 Beltran cf
1 00 0 Floyd If
5 13 2 Wright 3b
5 22.1 Piazza c
3 11 2 Jacobs lb
4 02 1 Diaz rf
4 00 0 Benson p
3 000 Offrmn ph
0 00 0 VZmno p
1 00 0 MrAnd ph
0 00 0 Heilmn p
Hamick p
JuPdla p


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STorresp 0 00 0 Mabry 3b 1 0 0 0
Gnzalez p 000 0 EDiaz c 2 02 1
Doumitc 4 00 0Schmkrph 1 00 0
Eldred 1b 4222 Tvarez p 0 00 0
Snchez 2b 410 0 Luna rf 1 00 0
OlPrez p 1 00 0 Nunez ss 1 0 1 0
Vglsng p 0 00 0 Mrquis p 2 0 0 0
TRdmn rf 3121 Edmnd ph 1 0 0 0
Eldredp 0 000
Duncan ph 1 0 0 0
YMlina c 0 0 0 0
Totals 39510 5 Totals 31 3 6 3
Pittsburgh 110 011 001- 5
St. Louis 000 100 200- 3
E-Nunez (12), Marquis (2). DP-
Pittsburgh 1. LOB-Pittsburgh 7, St. Louis
11. 2B-Bay (41), TRedman (11), EDiaz
(6). HR-Bay (29), Eldred 2 (9). SB-
Taguchi (11). SF-Gall.
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Pittsburgh
OIPerez 12-3 0 0 0 2 0
Vogelsong W,2-1 21-3 2 1 1 2 2
Fogg 2 2 0 0 1 1
Grabow 0 0 2 2 2 0
Mesa 1 0 0 0 0 1
STorres 11-3 2 0 0 1 1
Gonzalez S,2 2-3 0 0 0 0 1
St. Louis
Marquis L,12-14 6 8 4 3 0 5
Eldred 2 1 0 0 0 2
Tavarez 1 1 1 0 0 2
Grabow pitched to 2 batters in the 7th.
HBP-by OIPerez (Luna). WP-
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Outdoor
BRIEFS--. ...;--...-
CR Power Squadron
boat safety checks
The Crystal River Power
Squadron will be performing free
Vessel Safety Checks from 10
a.m. to 12 p.m. on Friday,
September 16, 2005 at Apopka
,Marine on Route 44 in Inverness.
This free check of a vessel's
equipment is for compliance with
Federal, State and local safety
requirements. Just a few of the
iterfis that will be checked are:
properr display of numbers, regis-
4trtion/documentation, personal
.flotation devices (PFD's), fire extin-
guishers and visual distress sig-

' The Crystal River Power
Squadron to make boating safer
foq every individual on the boats
"that are inspected. Two very
Ostong recommendations are to file
i*float plan and to wear your PFD.
A life jacket only works if you wear
*it
' Vessel examiners will also be at
thbt Fort Island Park Boat Ramp in
Crystal River on Friday, October
14, 2005 from 8 am. To 11 a.m.
For'more information, contact
Doug Jordan at 382-7614.,
CR Power Squadron
charting course
The Crystal River Power
Squadron is conducting a three-
session Nautical Chart course
(Chart Smart) in Crystal River on
Saturday, September 24, October
1 and 8 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at
845 NE 3rd Avenue in Crystal
River.
You will learn how to use a nau-
tical chart, how to plot a course
and how to determine your posi-
tion to help you navigate our tidal
waters safely. If you fish or cruise
on our tidal waters, this course is a
must.
.,There is a charge of $35 for
materials only, there is no charge
for instruction.
:, For more information and to reg-
ister, call Jack Flynn at 352-527-
8038.
Flotilla 15-04 presents
Safe Boating Program
The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary
Homosassa Flotilla 15-04
announces a Safe Boating
Program available for the public
during September. This program,
titled Boating Skills and
Seamanship, is the most compre-
hensive of the Coast Guard
Auxiliary's public boating education
programs. It meets for eight ses-
sions and covers the subjects of
boat design, equipment, trailering,
boat handling and anchoring, aids
to navigation, C.G. navigation
rules, inland boating, and handling
boating emergencies. This pro-
gram is for the boater who wants a
more complete discussion of what
may be encountered on the water
and'how to operate a vessel more
safely. Participants passing the
final exam will be eligible to
receive the Florida boater ID card.
Boating Skills and Seamanship
also forms the basis for the
i istfuction of officer trainees at the
Coast Guard Academy during the
summer, prior to attending the
Officer Candidate School.
This program is presented from
7,td.9 p.m. on Mondays and
Thursday, starting Sept. 12,
through Oct. 6, that is eight nights.
This program will be presented
at the West Citrus Community
Center, 8940 Veterans Drive,
Homosassa. For additional infor-
rmation and registration details, call
Elaine Miranda at 564-2521.
Flotilla 15-04. is always looking
for dedicated persons with interest
in the above endeavors. Anyone
interested in joining Homosassa
Flotilla 15-04 is encouraged to
contact Ned Barry at phone 249-
1042, or e-mail nedbarry@tam-
pabay.rr.com.
FWC offers bargain
military licenses
The new Military Gold
Sportsman's License is now avail-
able to active-duty and retired mili-
tary Florida residents for $20. The
license covers hunting, freshwater
and saltwater fishing and a variety
of associated permits.
The Military Gold Sportsman's
License is available at tax collec-


tors' offices only. Applicants must
present a current military ID card
plus a Florida driver's license or
orders showing they are stationed
in Florida as proof of eligibility.


- From staff reports


Afternoon deli


Morning isn't

the only time

you can catch

quality bass


Gary Moore

WILDLIFE
Tf his past Saturday was a
beautiful day for fish-
ing. The sun was shin-
ing and the air had a nice
chill and was quite comfort-
able.
My wife asked if I wanted
to go fishing I never say no.
It was mid-morning when we
launched our boat at the
Eden Park boat ramp on
Lake Spivey in the Tsala
Apopka chain of lakes.
Normally, getting on the
water after 9 a.m. is just not
productive. Bass normally
feed during the dim hours of
first light and the process
quickly slows as the sun
climbs the-sky.
I thought, "What the heck,"
if we catch fish fine, if not
then atleast we spent time on
the water."
We entered one of our
favorite canals that is lined
with lily pads and hydrilla
and began casting Zoom
Trick worms. I gave Lee
Redbug in color and I chose
Junebug so that we would not
be fishing the same color
worm. Lee was fishing her
worm Texas Style and I was
fishing mine whackyy."
We had not been in the
canal more than a half-hour


Lee Moore of Homosassa shows off her biggest largemouth bass ever. This 6-pound largemouth
was taken Texas-style on a Redbug, Zoom Trick Worm. The fish was caught in a small canal
off Lake Spivey on the Tsala Apopka chain.


when I heard her set the
hook on a fish and, really, I
thought she was hung on the
bottom. Then I saw the line
begin to swim off and I knew
it was a fish but the species


was still unknown.
The fish broke surface a
few times but did not per-
form an aerial so I did not
have a clear mind as to what
type of fish it was. We catch a


lot of mudfish or dogfish in
the canals so I was not con-
vinced this was a bass. After a
few hard runs and attempts
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Tide charts
Chassahowitzka Crystal River Homosassa Withlacoochee
High/Low HighVLow High/Low High/Low
THURS 5:15 a.m. 12:17 a.m. 3:36 a.m. 9:25 a.m. 4:27 a.m. 11:02 a.m. 1:23 a.m. 7:13 a.m.
9/15 4:05 p.m. 12:03 p.m. 2:26 p.m. 10:28 p.m. 3:17 p.m. 12:13 p.m. 8:16 p.m.


5:46 a.m. 1:06 a.m. 4:07 a.m. 10:19 a.m. 4:58 a.m. 12:05 a.m. 1:54 a.m. 8:07 a.m.
5:05 p.m. 12:57 p.m. 3:26 p.m. 11:09 p.m. 4:17 p.m. 11:56 p.m. 1:13 p.m. 8:57 p.m.
6:13 a.m. 1:47 a.m. 4:34 a.m. 11:06 p.m. 5:25 a.m. 12:46 a.m. 2:21 a.m. 8:54 a.m.
5:58 p.m. 1:44 p.m. 4:19 p.m. 11:47 p.m 5:10 p.m. 12:43 p.m. 2:06 p.m. 9:35 p.m.
6:40 a.m. 2:25 a.m. 5:01 a.m. 11:50-a.m. 5:52 a.m. 1:24 a.m. 2:48 a.m. 9:38 a.m.
6:47 p.m. 2:28 p.m. 5:08 p.m. 5:59 p.m. 1:27 p.m. 2:55 p.m. 10:09 p.m.
7:06 a.m. 2:59 a.m. 5:27 a.m. 12:21 a.m. 6:18 a.m. 1:58 a.m. 3:14 a.m. 10:21 a.m.
7:34 p.m. 3:11 p.m. 5:55 p.m. 12:33 p.m. 6:46 p.m. 2:10 p.m. 3:42 p.m. 10:41 p.m.


TUEs 7:32 a.m. 3:31 a.m. 5:53 a.m.
9/20 8:20 p.m. 3:53 p.m. 6:41 p.m.
WED 7:58 a.m. 4:02 a.m. 6:19 a.m.
9/21 9:07 p.m. 4:35 p.m. 7:28 p.m.


12:53 a.m. 6:44 a.m. 2:30 a.m. 3:40 a.m. 11:03 a.m.
1:15 p.m. 7:32 p.m. 2:52 p.m. 4:28 p.m. 11:12 p.m.


1:24 a.m. 7:10 a.m.
1:57 p.m. 8:19 p.m.


3:0f1a.m. 4:06 a.m. 11:45 a.m.
3:34 p.m. 5:15 p.m. 11:41 p.m.


Tide readings taken from mouths of rivers


events, recreational shooting and
other outdoor activities.
For more information about par-
ticipating in future events, visit the
National Wjld Turkey Federation
Web site at www.nwtf.org.
From staff reports


FRI
9/16
SAT
9/17
SUN
9/18
MON
9/19


Outdoor


FWC offers classes on
alligator hunting
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
is offering alligator hunters no-cost,
three-hour classes to help prepare
them for the coming statewide alli-
gator harvest, which runs Sept. 1
through Oct. 8.
This is an opportunity for
hunters who have never participat-
ed in the state's alligator hunts to
learn what hunting alligators is all
about. The class topics include:
preparing for the hunt; hunting
techniques and safety; harvesting
and processing; caring for your
alligator skin; and alligator rules
and regulations.
More than 2,000 Alligator
Harvest Permits are still available
on a first-come, first-served basis
through Sept. 20. Permit holders
are authorized to take two alliga-
tors from designated areas during
specific harvest periods. Alligator
harvest areas are listed at
MyFWC.com/alligator under
"Alligator Harvest Permit
Availability."
For more information on how to
get involved in these exciting alli-
gator hunts, visit MyFWC.com/alli-
gator and click on "Statewide
Hunts."
Pine Ridge Fishing
Club program
The Pine Ridge Fishing Club is
seeking new members to join who
are interested in fun and fellowship
through fishing.
The club meets at 6:30 p.m. on
the second Tuesday monthly at
the Pine Ridge Community Center.
For information and to join this
new club, contact Phil at 249-1187
or by e-mail phillipd@atlantic.net
Bud Andrews fishing
clinic in Inverness
Register now for a chance to
win a free guided fishing trip with
Bud Andrews. The drawing will be
at the end of each.class.
Bud Andrews offers ongoing
workshops on the third Friday
monthly at the Whispering Pines
Park Recreation Building in
Inverness. There are morning
classes from 9 to 11 a.m. or
evening classes from 6 to 8 p.m.
The cost is $20 for each work-
shop.
Some of the topics of these fish-
ing workshops will include: Citrus
County fishing locations, identify-
ing a variety of species, equip-
ment, records and techniques.
Call the city of inverness Parks
and Recreation Department at
726-3913.
Opportunities for
disabled enthusiasts
The Southwest Florida Water
Management District and the
National Wild Turkey Federation
(NWTF)/Wheelin' Sportsmen have
agreed to continue a successful
partnership that allows disabled
outdoor enthusiasts the opportuni-
ty to participate in planned events
on district land throughout the
year.
As part of a pilot program, three
events were jointly organized by
the District and the
NWTF/Wheelin' Sportsmen last
year including a deer/hog hunt, a
turkey hunt and a fishing derby.
The success of these events led to
the District's Governing Board
signing a five-year agreement with
the NWTF/Wheelin' Sportsmen to
hold seven events on District land
each year starting fiscal year 2006,
which begins in October.
This partnership allows the
District to expand handicapped
accessible use of the land. District
lands provide a variety of potential-
ly suitable venues for various
types of events. At developed park
facilities there are paved trails,
shelters, Americans with
Disabilities Act (ADA)-approved
facilities and handicapped accessi-
ble boardwalks and fishing piers.
There are also more remote areas
that are suitable for shooting and
hunting sports for the disabled.
The Wheelin' Sportsmen is dedi-
cated to providing all people with
disabilities the opportunity to enjoy
the great outdoors. The group
organizes hunting and fishing


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