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Publication Date: February 5, 2005
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HIV/AIDS


By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
FORMER US President Bill
Clinton praised the Bahamas
on-Friday for reducing the
mother-to-child transmission of
HIV/AIDS. He said the coun-
-try could be a model for treat-
ing sufferers.
Mr Clinton, while touring the
Princess Margaret Hospital,
commended the fact that in
2004 not a single mother passed
on the virus to her unborn
child.
Saying that the improve-
ments mean that the Bahamas
is leading the way in the fight,
against HIV/AIDS, Mr Clin-,
ton also hailed the fact that the
number of patients currently
receiving life-saving AIDS
-medicine has more than tripled,
from 500 to more than 1,600.
; He said the difference
between today and 2002 when
he last visited the Bahamas was
like daylight and dark. "You
have done a remarkable job,"
he said.
Mr Clinton, who is on a four-
day private visit to the
-Bahamas, yesterday paid a
.Jcourtesy call on Prime Minister
-Perry Christie. The two men
-diiscussed a wide range of top-
2-cs, including issues relating to
2the Caribbean and the United
statess and HIV/AIDS.
Mr Clinton described his vis-
;-t to the country as "entertain-
.ing and informative."
?, He toured the Princess Mar-
garet Hospital AIDS ward with
j>ealth Minister Dr Marcus
'Bethel and Dr Perry Gomez,
bDirector of the National AIDS
'4rogramme.
Through the Clinton Foun-
dation's HIV/AIDS Initiative,
hundreds of Bahamians infect-
Td with HIV/AIDS have been
1able to receive life saving med-
i]cation at a fraction of the cost.
y Through the Foundation's
'deals with the "antiretroval"
<(ARV) drug manufacturers,
they have been able to facili-
t'ate reduced cost from $3,500 a
.year per patient to almost $140.
In addition, the cost of testing
to ensure that the drugs are
working has been reduced from
around $300-400 a year to
under $50 per patient.
"This means that the whole
treatment can be provided now
for under $200 a year. That
means we can treat four times
."as many people," he said.
. Mr Clinton said the country's
efforts can serve as a model of
what can be done on a larger
scale for more populated coun-


tries.
"Obviously what we do here
at this hospital is as good as it
can be done in the world.
"I saw three children in the
hospital who were with me two
years ago when I was here and
when I saw them then they
were frail and in danger and
appeared not to be likely to
have a normal life. Today they
seem strong and happy and
optimistic about the future. I
came here mostly to thank the
Bahamian government and in
particular Dr Bethel and Dr
Gomez.
"I came here mainly to say
thank-you for giving these chil-
dren their life back and for
proving that HIV can be over-
come.
I hope that the publicity of
the trip would convince the
wealthy counties of the world
to do even more to speed up
the purchase of the medicine,
and the establishment of health
care networks.
"I hope it will give hope to
poorer countries with larger
populations and bigger prob-
lems that this is a good model
which can be followed."
Between the end of 2002 and
the end of 2004, mortality for
people with HIV/AIDS went
from approximately 250 deaths
per year to 140 deaths per year.
The percentage of pregnant
women who are HIV positive
declined from 2.7 per cent in
2001 to 1.6 per cent in 2004.
Mr Clinton said these latest
statistics proved very encour-
aging and although he knows
there are still many challenges
ahead, he is committed to
working with the Bahamas gov-
ernment for as "long as we are
wanted and needed."
The next step, he explained,
is decentralised care.
"The next step is to increase
our ability to provide people
with HIV/AIDS with care and
treatment closer to where they
live. My foundation is working
closely with the government of
the Bahamas to help train med-
ical personnel and identify ways
to equip clinics with the sup-
plies and staff necessary so
those requiring ARVs do not
have to come to Nassau or
Freeport to receive the treat-
ment they need."
Dr Gomez called the visit
another historic day and said
they remain optimistic about
the future of treatment. But,
he said, efforts still need to be
enforced to reduce the stigma
of discrimination surrounding
the disease.


Former US President Bill Clinton praised the Bahamas for reducing mother-to-child
transmission of HIV/AIDS while touring the Princess Margaret Hospital on Friday.


By PACO NUNEZ
Tribune Staff Reporter
THE behaviour and atti-
tude of some prison officers
is an obstacle to the rehabili-
tation of Fox Hill inmates,
according to Superintendent
Edwin Culmer.
Mr Culmer cited cases of
prisoner abuse and drug traf-
ficking in Fox Hill Prison by
officers, and said that the hos-
tile reaction of inmates to
such behaviour makes them
more difficult to rehabilitate.
Mr Culmer also hit out at
some of the senior officers
working under him.
During an interview with
The Tribune, Mr Culmer
spoke at length about the high
recidivism rate at the prison
and the efforts to combat it
through the rehabilitation of
prisoners.
He said the key to prisoner
rehabilitation is giving inmates
access to skills that will allow
them to lead constructive lives
after they are discharged.


"I would like to see all the
prisoners in here, when they
finish their time, go on to be
productive," he said.
According to the superin-
tendent however, this aim is
often complicated by the
example set by some officers
at the prison.
Mr Culmer said it had come
to his attention that some offi-
cers were engaging in illegal
activities, such as the sale of
narcotics.
"I had to fire one just
before Christmas," he said.
He was under suspicion for
trafficking.
In addition to this, Mr Cul-
mer said, officers have been
known to physically abuse
prisoners.
"You get officers here who
use their authority to abuse
inmates," he said, insisting
that whenever such behaviour
is brought to his attention, "I
deal with it."
Mr Culmer admitted that
See PRISON, Page 11


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Defence Force


declines to reply

to bribery claims


By PAUL G. TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
IMMIGRATION and
Defence Force officials say that
claims of corruption made by
the Bahamas Democratic
Movement's leader Cassius Stu-
art are so ridiculous and
unfounded that they need not
even dignify them with a
response.
Mr Stuart has claimed that
an illegal Haitian immigrant,
whom he knew had been
deported, had told him that
Defence Force officers are tak-
ing bribes on the high seas, to
allow them back into the coun-
try.
When I saw this guy I had to
stop and ask him how he got
back in. He said 'easy, $350 a
head when you get stopped on
the water.' We can't be spend-
ing all this money to deport
them and have all this slackness
in our forces and immigration,"
he said.
According to Mr Stuart, who
was speaking on a recent edi-
tion of Issues of the Day with
Jeff Lloyd, said he also knows
of individuals who sell work
permits to illegal immigrants, a
process.which he said "has
developed into an industry."
"People say we always raise
hell about the government but


we have to raise hell. We have
to protect our country. It is time
for a new leadership in this
country, one that would not be
slack on the issue, and one that
will take the necessary steps to
protect this nation," he said.
Vernon Burrows, the Direc-
tor of Immigration, said that
there will always be the ques-
tion of some facilitation on the
part of officials letting persons
into the country, but that they
have continuing investigations
into those matters.
"The only answer to solve
this problem is for the econom-
ic situation in Haiti to change.
The strength of our economy is
a pull factor for them to migrate
here. What we need to do is
find a better way of controlling
this migration," he said.
Mr Burrows mentioned that
in some ways everyone is
unconsciously contributing to
the influx of illegal immigrants.
"Everybody is contributing
to this. When you apply for one
Haitian worker to get a permit,
he might have a wife and four
children with him. So you are
now responsible for them
because once he has a valid
work permit, under the laws we
will have to consider an appli-
cation for his wife and family
See FORCE, Page 11


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PAGE 2, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2005


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Government seeking severance pay for resort's

employees and payment of unpaid taxes


BY DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
FREEPORT In an effort
to bring some resolution to the
issues at Royal Oasis Resort,
Minister of Works Bradley
Roberts has announced that
government has retained a
prominent legal team to take
Whatever action becomes nec-
essary against the owners.
-The team, which is com-
prised of former Attorney
General Paul Adderley, Mr
Harvey Tynes QC and the gov-
ernment's US attorneys Hogan
& Hartson, will assist the gov-
ernment in its efforts to seek
settlement by the resort for
severance pay to employees,
and payment of arrears in gov-
ernment taxes.
Mr Roberts reported that
several urgent matters were
discussed at an important
meeting that took place in New
Y kkwi th the principals of the
mgor financial institution.
aian Brothers, the majori-
tyshareholders in and lenders
t~ Driftwood Freeport Limit-
ea,.thh1ding company of the
r. avi eu.ddemeyer,
!president of Driftwood
"Freeport Ltd, who manages
ithe'resort under a manage-


ment agreement with the com-
pany, was also present at the
meeting.
Representing the govern-
ment were Dr Baltron- B
Bethel, deputy chairman and
managing director of the Hotel
Corporation of the Bahamas
Colin Higgs, Permanent Sec-
retary at the Minister of
Tourism Deepak Bhatnagar,
Financial Advisor to the Hotel
Corporation Harvey Tynes QC
and George Carneal of the US
law firm of Hogan & Hartson.
The Royal Oasis Resort laid
off 1,300 workers after exten-
sive hurricane damage forced
the closure of the Crowne
Plaza and Sunspree resorts and
casino in September.
The resort was scheduled to
re-open in April, but when
reconstruction work ceased in
December workers became
increasingly concerned about
their jobs when they could not
meet their financial obligations
to banks and other lenders.
The workers held demon-
strations at the resort and the
government complex to press
for answers regarding thetrue
status of the resort and for
4r6 li:asistance froif the gov-
ernment. Business owners and
employees of the Internation-
al Bazaar also demonstrated


to draw attention to their eco-
nomic plight.
Mr Roberts said full and
frank exchange took place on
vital issues including:
The settlement by the
resort of severance pay due to
its employees as well as pay-
ment of arrears in National
Insurance and pension fund
contributions, which are esti-
mated in the millions.
Payment of arrears in gov-
ernment taxes and settlement
of all other outstanding liabili-
ties
Provisions to the govern-
ment of comprehensive finan-
cial statements, together with
information on all assets, lia-
bilities, and contractual oblig-
ations.
Particulars of hurricane
insurance claims,,progress on
their settlement, estimated cost
of renovations and time frame
for their resumption, comple-
tion, and re-opening of the
resort.
Pursuit of possible buyers
who are already being intro-
duced to the property and
strategies that would result in
the earliest possible reopening
in the short term. And a longer
term solution of a more attrac-
tive resort development that
would ensure stability, viabili-
ty, and an enhanced tourist
product.
Mr Roberts noted the gov-
ernment is seeking resolution
of the issues through negotia-
tions and is appealing to
Lehman Brothers with its con-
siderable financial resources to
work co-operatively with the
government to achieve the ear-
liest possible reopening of the
resort, and to bring much
needed relief to employees.
Minister Roberts said the
decision on the insurance claim
will determine Lehman Broth-
ers' position in moving forward
with resolution of the matter.
Meanwhile, he said mea-
sures are also continuing by
the government in providing
some relief to unemployed
staff of the Royal Oasis Resort
& Casino in appropriate cases
through the Ministry of Social
Services & Community Devel-
opment, seeking interim job
opportunities at other resorts,
and in other ways through co-
operation of private business
interests.


Bradley Roberts (Tribune file photo),


Orchids


stage at i
A WIDE variety of spectacu-
lar orchids will be available at
the annual Horticultural Soci-
ety of the Bahamas plant sale,
set this year for Saturday, Feb-
ruary 5, 10am to 2pm, at 'The
Retreat," home of the Bahamas
National Trust. There is no
admission charge. Plants range
in price from less than a dollar
to more than $100, depending
on size and rarity. The lines
should be shorter at this year's
Horticultural Society of the
Bahamas plant sale, as the new
check-out system matures, say
HSB officials. Many of the
plants on sale are descendants
of HSB show winners. Some
members bring truck loads of
plants to sell, then buy a differ-
ent truck load to take home.
(Photo: PS News/Features).


Fianial Avr Colin s Ltd
Pricing Information As Of: Financial Advisors Ltd
04 February 2005
52wk-Hi 52wk-Low Symbol Previous Close TodaY's Close Change Daily Vol. EPS $ Div $ PIE Yield
1.39 1.10 Abaco Markets 1.10 1.10 0.00 0:197 0.000 N/M 0.00%
7.50 7.30 Bahamas Property Fund 8.00 8.00 0.00 1.328 0.320 6.0 4.00%
6.25 5.55 Bank of Bahamas 5.55 5.55 0.00 0.152 0.330 10.8 5.95%
0.85 0.75 Benchmark 0.85 0.85 0.00 -0.057 0.000 N/M 0.00%
1.95 1.80 Bahamas Waste 1.80 1.80 0.00 0.101 0.000 17.8 0.00%
1.00 0.87 British American Bank 0.87 0.95 0.08 6,250 0.007 0.040 12.8 4.21%
7.47 6.30 Cable Bahamas 7.47 7.47 0.00 0.510 0.240 14.6 3.21%
2.20 1.35 Colina Holdings 2.20 2.20 0.00 0.259 0.060 8.5 2.73%
7.24 6.58 Commonwealth Bank 7.24 7.24 0.00 0.632 0.390 11.2 5.39%
1.50 0.35 Doctor's Hospital 1.40 1.40 0.00 0.228 0.000 6.1 0.00%
4.00 3.13 Famguard 3.99 3.99 0.00 0.406 0.170 9.8 4.26%
9.87 8.10 Finco 9.87 9.87 0.00 0.649 0.480 15:2 4.86%
7.50 6.40 FirstCaribbean 7.50 7.50 0.00 0.513 0.330 14.6 4.40%
8.60 7.95 Focol 7.94 7.94 0.00 0.710 0.500 11.1 6.30%
2.25 1.99 Freeport Concrete 1.99 1.99 0.00 0.025 0.000 79.6 0.00%
10.38 9.90 ICD Utilities 9.89 9.89 0.00 0.818 0.405 12.1 4.10%
8.25 8.10 J. S. Johnson 8.22 8.22 0.00 0.785 0.550 10.5 6.81%
6.58 4.36 Kerzner International BDRs 6.30 6.58 0.28 0.201 0.000 31.3 0.00%
10 00 10.00 Premier Real Estate 10.00 10.00 0.00 0.694 0. 350 14.4 3.50%/
52wk-Hl 52wk-Low Symbol Bid $ Ask $ J)ast Price Weekly Vol. EPS $ Div $ PIE Yield
13.00 13.00 Bahamas Supermarkets 13.00 14.00 16.00 1.328 0.960 10.5 6.86%
10.14 10.00 Caribbean Crossings (Pref) 10.00 10.35 10.00 0.000 0.800 NM 7.80%
0.60 0.40 RND Holdings 0.29 0.54 0.00 -0.103 0.000 NM 0.00%
43.00 28.00 ABDAB 41.00 43.00o 4100 2.220 0.000 19.4 0.00%
16.00 13.00 Bahamas Supermarkets 13.00 14.00 13.00 1.105 0.810 14.6 6.93%
0.60 0.35 RND Holdings 0.29 0.54 0.35 -0.103 0.000 N/M 0.00%
52wk-HI 52wk-Low Fund Name NAV YTD% Last 12 Months Div $ Yield %
1.2060 1.1509 Colina Money Market Fund 1.205953*
2.1191 1.8944 Fidelity Bahamas G & I Fund 2.1191 "**
10.2648 10.0000 Fidelity Prime Income Fund 10.2648 *..
2.1746 2.0012 Collna MSI Preferred Fund 2.174583*
1.0848 1.0823 Collna Bond Fund 1.084821 .
BISX ALL SHARE INDEX 19 Dec 02 = 1,000.00 YIELD last 12 month dividends divided by closing price
52wk-HI Highest closing price In last 52 weeks Bid $ Buying price of Collna and Fidelit,
52wk-Low Lowest closing price in last 52 weeks Ask $ Selling price of Colina and fidelity
Previous Close Previous day's weighted price for daily volume Last Price Last traded over-the-counter price
Today's Close Current day's weighted price for daily volume Weekly Vol. Trading volume of the prior week
Change Change in dosing price from day to day EPS $ A company's reported earnings per share for the last 12 mths
Dally Vol. Number of total shares traded today NAV Net Asset Value
DIV $ Dividends per share paid In the last 12 months N/M Not Meaningful
P/E Closing price divided by the last 12 month eamlings FINDEX The Fidelity Bahamas Stock Index. January 1, 1994 = 100
AS AT DEC. 31, 2004/ AS AT DEC. 31, 2004
AS AT JAN. 14, 2005/ - AS AT DEC. 31, 20041 /* AS AT DEC. 31, 2004
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to take centre


weekend show


NOTICE OF SALE


Crown Life Insurance Company
invites offers for the purchase of:-

"Plaza on the Pond" situated on
the corner of East Bay Street
and Ernest Street approximately
500 feet east of Church Street
and the New Paradise Island
Bridge.


Crown Life Insurance Company will
sell as mortgagee under power of sale
contained in a Mortgage dated 16th
January 1990 and recorded in the
registry of records in the city of
Nassau in volume 5384 at pages 241
to 268.


Term: Ten percent (10%) of the
purchase price at the time
of contract and the balance
upon completion within
thirty (30) days of contract.


Crown Life Insurance Company
reserves the right to reject any and all
offers.


Interested persons may submit written
offers addressed to the office manager,
P.O.Box N 272, Nassau, Bahamas to
be received not later than the close of
business on Friday the 25th February
2005.


POLICE reported an armed robbery at Dunkin Donuts on Marlborough Street yesterday.
Shortly after 4am a man, claiming to be a customer, entered the store, pulled out a handgun and
threatened a female staff member. The gunman is described as being of slim build and of fair com-
plexion.
He escaped on foot to the east of the store with an undisclosed amount of cash. Investigations
into the matter are continuing.


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Union


for


bodies


link


overdue'


training


initiatives


By Kilah Role
Tribune Staff Reporter
WO umbrella
fl union organisa-
tions met yester-
* day for the launch
of a series of
training initiatives that aim to
prepare them for current and
future challenges in trade union
Policies.
The training forum, hosted
[y the Trade Union Congress
(TUC) is something president
Pat Bain says is "long overdue."
"When we look at the
dynamics of what is happening
with the politics of labour
:today," said Mr Bain, "it is nec-
essary now that all the forces
,of labour unite in some form
:of fashion to be able to discuss
,the issues that are facing the
workers of this country."
Together, the TUC and the
Commonwealth of the
Bahamas Trade Union Con-
gress (CBTUC), represent
:27,000 workers out of the
167,000 workers in the country.
"That means even though we


claim to be the voice of labour
we are in fact speaking for the
organised minority," said Mr
Bain. "How then does labour
speak if we are in fact dis-unit-
ed, if we do not have a singular
voice on these issues. It is a no-
brainer, we have to do it
because the safety and growth
of labour in this country is
threatened."
Mr Bain added that it is also
the duty of the two major
organisations to address issues
outside of the workplace.
"Today we have issues of
community development and
the issue of the integration of
our society," said VMr Bain, "but
the voice of labour has been
silent.
"Until we understand that
our focus must be the whole,
man and his family, if we speak,
we will speak in a vacuum."
Although the joining of the
two unions is not permanent,
presidents of the two union
groups have said that this is a
possibility in the near future.
"This will be a work in
progress," said Mr Bain, "per-


manent unification will take its
time in the near future, until
then we are working together
when its necessary."
Obie Ferguson, president of
the CBTUC, added that the
two organisations must work
together for both organised and
unorganised workers in the
country.
Mr Ferguson said that a small
committee has been established
to fine-tune the general princi-
ples of trade union agreements
and policies.
"Workers today are facing
the challenge of rampant eco-
nomic and social change," said
Mr Ferguson. "Coherent social
and economic labour policies
are needed in order to promote
a socially sustainable model of
globalisation."
Mr Ferguson said that edu-
cational sessions are essential
for progress and development.
"We must pool our resources
together and learn how to
negotiate.
"We have to negotiate.
preLabour is a factor of pro-
duction, just like capital."


Obie Ferguson (left), president Commonwealth of the Bahamas Trade Union.
Congress, and Pat Bain, president of the Trade Union Congress, at yesterday's launch


Disgruntled bus



owners create



rival Association


Public Transit Association attracts

100 owners and operators


SBy A FELICITY
INGRAHAM
'Tribune Staff Reporter
ABOUT 100 bus owners and
operators have joined together
to form their own governing
body, separate from the
Bahamas Omnibus Owners
Association.
The Public Transit Associa-
tion (PTA) is a steadily-growing
organisation whose members
plan to make positive and influ-
ential changes in their field and
in their relations with govern-
ment and the public.
According to some bus own-
ers, they were disgruntled with
the Bahamas Omnibus Owners
Association (BOOA) and its
lack of strong organisation.
PTA President Rueben Rah-
ming said the plan was that he
and others would enter the
BOOA, get elected, and then
restructure the organisation to
truly suit the needs of drivers
and franchise owners.
But the BOOA never held
elections last September as
required by its constitution, he
said, and has therefore been dis-
solved.
Also according to the BOOA
constitution, Mr Rahming
explained, it has no members, as
after a certain length of time,
those who do not pay dues are
automatically discharged.
The executive board of the
PTA waited until after there
were no announcements of an
election to form their own coun-
cil, which became operative in
November 2004.
"We made attempts to con-

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tact him (BOOA President'
Nicholas Jacques), but he didn't
respond," said Mr Rahming.
"He hasn't been calling any offi-
cial meetings and he refused to
hold an election although man-
dated by the constitution."
"The PTA couldn't care less
about politics," Mr Rahming
said. "We care about our nation
and our families."
The association is to
announce some of its aims and
objectives at a press conference
at St Paul's church in Fox Hill
on Sunday.
Its mission statement in brief
seeks to ensure that the public
transportation system remains a
Bahamian owned private entity;
to meet the country's growing
and changing needs, including,
but not limited to, that of the
disabled and senior citizens; and
to unify all current stakeholders
in the enterprise "preparing
them, our customers and the
country for the task and reaping
of the benefits of that strategic
unification".
The PTA vision is: "To create
a unified Bahamian public
transportation system of inter-


national standards, owned and
operated by Bahamians to the
benefit of Bahamians and a
credit to our nation".
The group's goal points are
safety, reliability, performance,
flexibility, productivity and val-
ues.
In the preamble of its draft
constitution, the PTA states that
participants of the public
omnibus transportation system
must strive for greater uncom-
promising unity and loyalty,
standing together to bring about
growth and development in the
industry.
"Each member of the Public
Transit Association, which is
ever embracing and open to
new and indiscriminate mem-
bership, is a partner and share-
holder and is entitled without
exception to their fair portion of
the benefits and profits to be
derived through our unified
pursuit of excellence and ser-
vice to our God, country and
one another," the preamble
states.
Mr Jacques could not be con-
tacted for comment up to press
time.


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girlfriend's

murder
POLICE captured
Bahamian Quentin "Gary"
Shaun Bodie on Thursday
for questioning in connec-
tion with the murder of his
35-year-old American girl-
friend.
Bodie, 36, was found in
the Aventura area of Florida
around 11pm, after a two
week search by Miami-Dade
police and the US Marshall's
Office.
On January 22, Donet
Mays' body was found
burned beyond recognition,
and police are anxious to
question Bodie, her
boyfriend of seven years, in
connection with her death.
Eisha Dixon, the 19-year-
old daughter of Ms Mays,
made a public appeal for
help in finding Bodie and
told The Tribune she sus-
pected he may have fled to
the Bahamas.


The Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture
is now registering for the fourth (4th)
Session of the National Youth Leaders
Certification Programme, schedule to
commence on Tuesday 22nd February,
2005.

The Ministry invites all interested Youth
Leaders or.Youth Workers to pick up
application forms from the Ministry's
Headquarters on Thompson Boulevard,
Ministry of Education Building 2nd Floor,
West Wing, Monday Friday between the
hours of 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.

For further information please contact Mr.
Gregory Butler, Assistant Director of Youth
at telephone numbers 502-0600-5.


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EDITOR, The Tribune.
HAS anyone noticed lately
that the PLP government is
"hell-bent" on keeping the
small businessman down? Did
anyone notice how the Prime
Minister "gets off" when touting
a proposed "big time" project?
Has anyone noticed that he is
"fit to be tied" with excitement?
On the other hand can any-
one show the slightest excite-
ment as far as the small busi-
nessman in the Bahamas, be
they PLP, FNM, CDR, BDM
or XYZ? The straw vendors
and Potters Cay businessman
are perfect examples just how
serious is the PLP government?
These hard working black
Bahamian business people are
experiencing what it is to be
shafted.
The straw vendors have been
given the "stink end of the
stick". They have been
promised left right and centre
about "help and hope", but they
suffer in the most degrading-
conditions. Lies upon lies have


been heaped on tI
sadors of the Baha
der if anyone in th
ernment apprecial
Straw Market is a
sion on the wholi
especially the go
Tourists have bet
endure an atmosph
ducive to shoppin
ing. What is theI
tourism doing'to he
pie?
The Potters CE
have been operation
immemorial. Poli
Members of Parli
yes, I daresay, duri
the election, I per
the most senior mei
PLP entertaining th
at Potters Cay. I a
doning any busines
without a licence, b
of the PLP have 1


wanting and they have not been
treated inhumanely, like the
vendors at Potters Cay have;
been treated.
The Bahamian people who
voted PLP see every day why
these ambas- they have been duped. Every
amas. I won- day the real unconscionable
ie PLP gov- PLP exposes itself more and
ted that the more. Those who have eyes to
bad impres- see, let them see.
e Bahamas, On a completely different
)vernment. tangent, I will stop at nothing
en made to to expose how my people are
iere not con- being taken advantage of. It
g or brows- appears that if you do not have
Ministry of a group of clergymen to fight
Ip these peo- for you, and to plead your case
you: are dead. It also appears
ay vendors that whatever you do that is
ig since time wrong, just get a group of
ce officers, preachers in the room and they
ament and, can make it all go away. We are
ng and after a strange country, if the law can
sonally saw be circumvented by a group of
mbers of the any kind.
eir "friends" IVOINE W INGRAHAM
im not con- A True True Bain/Grants
ss to operate Town Man
ut members Nassau,
been found January 26,2005.


EDITOR, The Tribune.
THE so-called "miscommu-
nication" in the saga of Ron
Pinder, Parliamentary Secretary
in the Ministry of Health, is yet
another nail in the coffin of the
Christie-led administration.
While the blame for the so-
called "miscommunication"
rests solely on the shoulders of
Pinder, this evolving episode is
symptomatic of the egomaniacs
in the so-called 'new' PLP.
Ron Pinder, in my opinion,
is a good person but his rapid
accession to frontline political
power has, clearly, gone to his
head. What was he doing in the
VIP lounge in the first place?
Who controls admissions to
such a place and what are the
protocols for Members of Par-
liament boarding aircraft for
foreign destinations? Bahama-
sair has been run by the politi-


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that WILMIDE PAUL, BLACK WOOD,
ABACO, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration/naturalization
as a citizen of The Bahamas, and that any person who knows
any reason why registration/ naturalization should not be
granted, should send a written and signed statement of the
facts within twenty-eight days from the 29TH day of JANUARY,
2005 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
PO.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.




BKG/410.03
ADVERTISEMENT FOR THE BiAHAMAS
GOVERNMENT TREASURY BILLS
Sealed tenders for B$44,300,000.00 of 91-Day
Treasury Bills will be received by the banking
manager, The Central Bank of The Bahamas,
Frederick Street, Nassau up to 3:00p.m. on
Tuesday, February 8, 2005. Successful Tenderers,
who will be advised should take up their bills
against payment on Thursday, February 10, 2005.
These bills will be in minimum multiples of
B$100.00. Tenders are to be on special forms
obtainable from The Central Bank of The Bahamas
or commercial banks.

Tenders must state the net price percent (in
multiples of one cent) and should be marked
"Tender for Bahamas Government Treasury Bills".
The Central Bank of the Bahamas reserves the
right to reject any or all tenders.
CECILE M. SHERMAN
MANAGER, BANKING DEPARTMENT
THE CENTRAL BANK OF THE BAHAMAS


cians for so long that they seem
to believe that other airlines at
NIA are also a part of their
perks.
While I am pleased that Pin-
der saw fit to offer up a half of
an apology, Christie himself
needs to speak to this issue. By
the way, when is he going to
address the nation on its annu-
al state? Is this just too much
for him to formulate an annual
address to The Bahamas or is it
that he simply does not have a
clue of what to say?
This administration is drift-
ing and the nominal captain is
either asleep or in a stupor. Vin-
cent Peet was seen crying the
other day about how his trust
was betrayed by a news team
from The Miami Herald rela-
tive to a story about the Cubans
at the Fox Hill prisons. What
did he expect? Only The
Bahamian news media seems
to be liable to manipulation by
politicians.
Christie needs to get a serious,
grip on his administration and
his colleagues before they, col-
lectively, lead The Bahamas


down the garden path.
Personally, I would wish to
see the Hon Obie Wilchcombe,
Minister of Tourism, succeed
Christie as Party Leader and,
eventually, Prime Minister.
If you look around, Editor,
you would see that Wilch-
combe's ministry is the only one
that is really performing on all
cylinders. Mother Pratt is also
another exemplary minister in
this administration. The major-
ity of the rest are shucking and
jiving, especially Alfred Gray
and Glenys Martin.
,At the end of the day, the Rt
Hon Hubert A Ingraham, MP,
PC, will have to make a crucial
decision about his future role, or
lack of it, in frontline politics.
Either he comes back, in short
order, or endorse Obie Wilch-
combe.
After all, both he (Ingraham)
and I are 'old' PLP's, just like
Obie. To God then, in all things,
be the glory.
ORTLAND H BODIE Jr
Nassau,
January 27,2005


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THE TIBUNESATUDAY, EBRUAY 5,005, AGE


By PAUL G. TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
WHY YOU VEX?
"I vex with a certain bar. I always go there
with my boys and I mean like all the time!
Why is it that the bouncers is let them in free
and not me? Never have I gone there and they
just let me walk in, after all the money I done
give them. I could look up in their face and
row about having to pay $20 all
the time and they never remem-
ber me. It's sad to be a black
man on Saturday night."
Angry patron.
"I vex with the way
some men treat their
women. It takes a cow-
ard to hit and beat on a
woman who loves him
and his child. It takes a
real man to restrain
himself and find posi-
tive ways to resolve
conflicts. Don't they
know when they hurt us
they hurt themselves?
Please, if you have a
woman, caress her, don't
beat her. Treat her like a
queen or leave her." /
Black Sista
Centerville.
"I vex with all this traffic
on Village Road in the
morning. It's not so much that \
it's too much traffic, but it is
these 'low class' people cutting through the
City Market parking lot, and the plaza with
KFC and those other establishments. We need
the police at this roundabout bad! You could
see the people flying through the parking lots
and trying to push their way into traffic. Some-
times I wish I had a big truck. I would ram
them when I see them inchin' and inchin' their
way in front of my car. And they don't even
look at you ya know. They just push right in


front of you like you mussey wake up to sit in
traffic.
Lord knows the police need to sit out there
and book every last one of these low class peo-
ple."
Driver on Village Road.
"I vex with these people at my work place. I
have a manager who does nothing all day, go
on vacation every other week and then blame
everything that goes wrong on
his staff when his boss gets on
his case. We need to put
cameras up in this place to
catch him not at his desk
one of these days."
SoTrying to do my

"What are we going
to with all this crime in
our schools? Children
getting beaten up on
their way to, and in
school. And it's from
these same 'no manners'
children who in the
school with them! What
happen to those princi-
pals who used to cut
behind? Now they only
want to 'talk' and 'discuss'
ways of making these bad
apples change their ways.
What I know is that you
can only bend a tree so far.
Now we have to break it.
Put the stick to some of
these children, and not in an
office. Beat them in front of the entire school
to make an example to the others. That's the
only way to control these set nowadays."
-Kelly,
A Mother.
WHY YOU HAPPY?
I happy 'cuz Valentine's day conmin and I'm
gonna get my Valentine's Day Basket.
Luva-girl.


Clinton hopes


tsunami relief




is 'springboard




for global giving'


Grand Bahama public


schools in 'deplorable'


and 'unsafe' condition
By DENISE MAYCOCK visited the Lewis Yard Primary, "We saw grounds which
Tribune Freeport Reporter 7- Martip own Primafn, ,West4. shouldl o rd0ond dff V'a
f.* W nd mary, Eight M~e1R(jk childr, ^ stfll explprg th.1
FREEPORT, After during Higlr'and'St Georges' High".. are considered verytlangeros.
several public schools on Grand schools earlier this week. "We also saw bathrooms,
Bahama, FNM House of He criticised the government which no human beings ought
Assembly leader Alvin Smith for failing to complete much to be asked to use. But, yet our
expressed deep concerned over needed repairs and reconstruc- children are being subjected to
the "deplorable" and "unsafe" tion projects at the schools, these deplorable conditions,"
conditions to which he said stu- where he saw buildings without he said.
dents are subjected on a daily roofs, unsuitable bathroom At West End buildings
basis. facilities and condemned class- seemed to be quite strong in
"The state of the schools room blocks, structure, but have no roofs, Mr
have left me very depressed and Mr Smith was also very con- Smith said.
concerned," said Mr Smith who cerned over the safety of stu- Due to the damage at West
dents at Lewis Yard, where End Primary, students are being
reconstruction work is being transported many miles to
carried out in areas accessible to Freeport to attend school at
T 1 S U young children. Discovery Primary School.
He stressed that repairs Mr Smith said students at
SATURDAY, should have been done a long Eight Mile Rock High have
FEBRUARY 5 time ago. been relocated in the gymnasi-
FEBRUARY '"What this tells me that is um because the condition of
& The that we have a government that classrooms is unsuitable for
12:30 sa Knight & The does not show sensitivity to our teaching.
Roundtable (Recorded) children's needs, and that does He added that the entire sci-
1:00 Gillette Sports not give education priority," he ence block is destroyed. He said
1:30 Sports Lifestyles said at a press conference at the there is also a severe infesta-
2:00 In This Corner FNM Headquarters in Freeport. tion problem with bats, pigeons,
2:30 SportsDesk "If they were giving educa- and rats in some classrooms,
3:00 Ballroom Boxing tion priority these schools where droppings have produced
:00 Ballroom oxing would have all been repaired. an unbearable odour.
4:00 Gospel Video Countdown And no government would Mr Smith said government
5:00 One Cubed even stay a day in office know- has also neglected to carry out-
5:30 Cinema, Cinema, Cinema ing that the schools for our chil- repairs at St Georges' High.
6:00 Prescription For Health dren are left in these pathetic He said that although the
6:30 News Night 13 conditions. It is disgraceful." teachers and administration car-
7:00 Bahamas Tonight At Martin Town Primary, Mr ried out repairs with money
Smith observed a two-storey raised by the school and not by
7:30 Native Stew building comprised of about the government, there is still
8:00 Bahamian Things four to six classrooms and much more to be done.
8:30 Island Life Destinations another stand alone building Mr Smith stressed that the
9:00 The Darold Miller Show that have been condemned. minister of education should
10:00 Tropical Beat Mr Smith said that of the 20 have properly monitored the
11:00 Bahamas Tonight classrooms needed, the govern- repairs and made sure funds
ment offered to provide only were provided for the work.
11:30 The Lounge eight, and has not yet even start- "A minister who was con-
2:00am Community Page 1540AM ed work on these. cerned would have been moni-
He said that although Minis- toring the repairs and made
SUNDAY ter of Education Alfred Sears sure funds were provided," he
criticised the system that was in added.
FEBRUARY 6 place for repairing the schools
for the summer programme, he
6:30am Community Pg. 1540AM made a pledge to the parents
9:00 E.M.P.A.C.T. and citizens of the Bahamas to
9:30 Voice That Makes The change that system, and to have
Difference repairs completed by Septem-
ber. KIDZSPANISH 4-7 YEARS
10:00 Effective Living "He has never done that and
10:30 Listen Up the hurricanes were over and KIDZSPANISH 8-12 YEARS
11:00 Zion Baptist Church (Live) done with by end of Septem-
00 orld mact ber. FRENCH FOR CHILDREN 4-7
1:00 World Impact "He had two weeks Christ-
1:30 Gilette World Sports mas break and yet nothing was FRENCH FOR CHILDREN 8-12
2:00 Superbowl XXXIX done and none of the schools
Pre Show were completed," he said. SPANISH, FRENCH, PORTI
Mr Smith said that govern- SAT PREPARATIO]
6:00 Superbowl XXXIX (Live) ment only recently resumed
9:00 Superbowl XXXIX repairs begun in September at ENGLISH FOR FOREIGN
Post Show Lewis Yard Primary, and that Intro to Art; Silk F
10:00 Emest Angley Ministries as a result, the safety of chil- SALSA Basic Grammar &
dren is being compromised.
11:00 Bahamas Tonight
11:00 Bahamas Tonight "Exciting classes, experienced
11:30 Gospel Video Countdown
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POINTING THE WAY Former US president Bill Cinton yesterday.
(Photo: Felipe Major/Tribune Staff)


By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
FORMER US president Bill
Clinton said he is optimistic that
tsunami relief efforts will be a
springboard for world-wide giv-
ing for "future millennium
goals" and that at end of the
day, the countries affected will
become stronger.
Mr Clinton, who arrived in
the Bahamas on Thursday for a
four-day private visit, yesterday
held a press conference after
during the AIDS ward at the
Princess Margaret Hospital asI
a part of his Clinton Founda-
tion HIV/AIDS initiative. He
also paid a courtesy call on
Prime Minister Christie.
Mr Clinton was appointed as
a special envoy for post-tsunami
reconstruction by the United
Nations, a position he is to
assume on March 1.
In the meantime, the former
president will wrap up his relief
efforts with another former US
president, George HW Bush.
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by private companies and citi-
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said that the generosity of pri-
vate citizens has been stunning,
particularly those made by the
Internet.
As a UN envoy, Mr Clinton
said he will be working to
ensure that fundraising dollars
go to the areas most in need
and that countries live up to
their commitment.
.Mr Clinton said that what
often happens in such situations
is that countries make pledges,
but once the story is no longer
on the front page, they forget
about the problem.
He said this is why private
donations become so important,
because they are able to use the
funds for immediate relief
efforts.
He added that it will be


essential to put in place an ear-
ly warning system. It was a mis-
take, he said, not to have such a
system in place before.
"If we do the right thing, eco-
nomically and with sensitivity,
to the political and social real-
ties of the countries affected,
when all is said and done, I
hope they can rebuild stronger
and better."
He added that he hopes to
provide people with full updates
on how the raised funds were
spent; whether a person gave
ten dollars, or a million dollars.
He said that once people see
true accountability, then they
would be willing to make more
donations for millennium goal
projects such as building schools
in underprivileged countries.
"I hope it will be a spring-
board for giving," he said.


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Bahamians attend





funeral for former





St Anne's rector


A BAHAMIAN contingent
led by the Very Reverend
Patrick Adderley, Chairman of
the Anglican Central Education
Authority, left for Wales on Fri-
day to attend the funeral ser-
vice of the Reverend Canon
David John Pugh, former rector
of St Anne's Anglican Church,
Fox Hill and founder of St
Anne's Anglican School, who
died on Sunday, January 30, in
Wales, following a prolonged
illness.
Canon Pugh first came to the
Bahamas as a member of the
Royal Air Force Detachment
during the 1940's, and returned
as a Deacon in 1953. On May
24, 1954, he was ordained a
priest, and appointed as priest-
in-charge of the parish of St
Anne, Fox Hill.


In an effort to ensure that the
children of the parish had access
to secondary education, Canon
Pugh held classes in the church's
garage. He started with six stu-
dents.
This humble effort was the
forerunner of St Anne's High
School, which opened its doors
on January 6, 1955 with 26 stu-
dents.
This year marks the 50th
anniversary of St Anne's High
School.
As the school celebrates this
significant milestone, it contin-
ues to boast of its rich legacy. It
is ranked among the leading
secondary institutions in the
Bahamas with its graduates
holding leading positions in all
sectors of the community.
In thanksgiving of the life and


ministry of Canon Pugh in the
Bahamas, a solemn Pontifical
Requiem Mass will be celebrat-
ed on Friday, February 11, at
7pm, at Christ Church Cathe-
dral. Archbishop Drexel W
Gomez will be the chief cele-
brant.
Canon Pugh will be buried
on Monday, February 7, in
Wales, where he lived with-his
sister, Miss Rita Pugh, since
leaving the Bahamas in June of
2003.
Other Bahamians attending
the funeral include Miss Marie
Roach, Director of Education,
Mrs Cynthia Wells, Principal of
St Anne's High School, George
Mackey, Mr and Mrs Herbert
Pugh, Father John Clarke, Dr
and Mrs Roger Brown, Mrs
Laurene Clarke, Deirdre


Clarke, and Andrew Clarke.
Bishop Gilbert Thompson,
Bishop Suffragan of New Prov-
idence, on behalf of Archbishop
Gomez, who is currently out of
the country, in paying tribute
to Canon Pugh, said that "the
Anglican Diocese of the
Bahamas and the Turks &
Caicos Islands gives thanks for
the life arid the generous con-
tributions of Canon Pugh to the
Anglican Diocese, the people
of Fox Hill, and the Bahamas.
His total involvement and com-
pletely identifying himself with
the people of these Islands will
long be remembered and is ful-
ly appreciated".
As a sign of respect for
Canon Pugh's passing, the
Diocesan flag at Addington
House is flying at half mast.


Still active at 94


BAHAMIANS are living
longer and leading more pro-
ductive lives. Worldwide,
there are over 580 million per-
sons over 60 years old, and,
according to the recent cen-
sus, a large number of per-
sons in the Bahamas are over
60. _Man-y.of these persons are
still vibrant contributors to
their community and to their
country.
Miriam Barnett (94)
Miriam Barnett (94) (pic-
tured above) was born April
23, 1910 in Nassau, New Prov-
idence, to the late Raymond
and Albertha Rutherford.
She received her early edu-
cation at Mrs Cather's Pre-


School and, the Boys Central
School in Nassau, where she
obtained her School Leaving
Certificate.
Mrs Barnett found work as
a cook and soon became
known for her tasty Bahamian
dishes. She is a faithful mem-
ber of the Wesley Methodist
Church, Blue Hill Road,
where she enjoys singing in
the choir. She is a member of
Thelma Gibson Women's
Group and a former member
of the Good Samaritan
Lodge. Mrs Barnett was mar-
ried to the late Dwight Bar-
nett. They had one child
Valderine.
Her hobbies are cooking,
singing, and gardening.


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THE BAHAMAS CONFERENCE
OF THE METHODIST CHURCH
l- Hillside Estates, Baltic Avenue, off Mackey Street
S P.O. Box SS-5103, Nassau, Bahamas
I Phone: 393-3726/393-2355/Fax: 393-8135
CHURCH SERVICES
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6,2005
S SUNDAY BEFORE LENT
ASCENSION METHODIST CHURCH, Prince Charles Drive
11:00 a.m. Rev. Dr. Laverne Lockhart/HC
COKE MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH, Bernard Road
11:00 a.m. Pastor Sharon Loyley/HC
CURRY MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH, Zion Boulevard
10:00 a.m. Pastor Charles Lewis/HC
7:00 p.m. Men
EBENEZER METHODIST CHURCH, East Shirley Street
11:00 a.m. Pastor Martin Loyley/HC
7:00 p.m. Pastor Martin Loyley
GLOBAL VILLAGE METHODIST CHURCH, Queen's College
Campus
9:30 a.m. Rev. James Neilly/HC.
ST. MICHAEL'S METHODIST CHURCH, Churchill Avenue
8:00 a.m. Connections Rev. Philip Stubbs
9:30 a.m. Rev. Philip Stubbs/HC
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH, Frederick Street
11:00 a.m. Rev. William Higgs/HC
7:00 p.m. Rev. William Higgs
RADIO PROGRAMMES
"RENEWAL" on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on ZNS 1
Your Host: Rev. Dr. Laverne Lockhart
"METHODIST MOMENTS" on each weekday at 6:55 a.m.
Your Host: Rev. Dr. Laverne Lockhart
THE CONFERENCE BOARD OF CHILDREN, YOUTH AND
YOUNG ADULTS in conjunction with Wesley Methodist Church,
Matthew Town, Inagua will be hosting a Young Adults Confer-
ence on February 25-27, 2005 under the theme: Rekindling the
Fire". Total cost of the weekend is $400.00. Churches are to reg-
ister their young adults who wish to attend by February 12, 2005.
A Registration Fee of $100.00 is required for each participant, in
addition to their church of individual paying for r the round trip to
Inagua. Plan to attend.


The Holy Ghost Prayer-Line number is 326-7427

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, 2005

7:00A.M. Rev. Dr. Colin Archer/ Sis. Nathalie Thompson
11:00A.M. Rev. Dr. Colin Archer/ Sis. Tezel Anderson
7:OOP.M. Sis. Nathalie Thompson/ Bro. Ernest Miller
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FROM left, Commander Ed Pino, Commanding Officer,
USCGC Gentian, Commodore Davy Rolle, Commander
Defence Force, Petty Officer Roosevelt Thompson and Mr John
Rood, US Ambassador. (Photo: RBDF)


'Sunday School: 10am
Preachering 11am & 7:30pm
Radio Bible Hour:
Sunday 6pm ZNS 2
Wed. Prayer & Praise 7:30pm


FUNDAMENTAL
EVANGELISTIC
Pastor:H. Mills


"Preaching the Bible as is, to men as they are"
Pastor: H. Mills Phone: 393-0563 Box N-3622


Collins Avenue at 4th Terrace Centreville
Telephone:'322-8304 or 325-1689 P.O. Box N-1566
Fax No. 322-4793


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PETTY Officer Roosevelt
Thompson, an almost 25 year
veteran of the Royal Bahamas
Defence Force, has recently
received the notable United
States Coast Guard's (USCG),
Achievement Medal.
Thompson, who re6ently4'
completed a two-year tour of
duty onboard the USCG Cutter
Gentian, distinguished himself
among fellow crewmen by
exemplary service and profes-
sional commitment to win the
honour.
Gentian, which is also known
as the Caribbean Support Ten-
der (CST), represents the spirit
of co-operation and partnership
that exists between the US
Coast Guard and its regional
counterparts. The programme
permits for selected members
of participating nations to take
up assigned duties in the ship,
which moves around the
Caribbean and Central Ameri-
ca, rendering training and tech-
nical-support assistance to part-
nering agencies.
It also avails a unique oppor-
tunity for the exchange of pro-
fessional information and prac-
tices between the Coast Guard
and participating countries,
which currently include the
Bahamas, Trinidad and Tobago,
the Dominican Republic and
Guyana. The vessel that is a


previously decommissioned
Balsam Class Coast Guard Cut-
ter (USCGC), was brought
back into service on September
27, 1999, for the express pur-
pose for which it's being used.
Petty Officer Thompson's
medal citation whidi accobmpa"' ,
nied the award explains that he
received the recognition for his i:
"...superior performance of I
duty while serving aboard
USCGC Gentian (WIX-290)
from January 7, 2003 to January
27,2005."
It went on to state that
"upon reporting to Gentian,
Petty Officer Thompson quick- i
ly became a valuable asset to
the ship and the international
contingent, playing significant
roles in both the Deck Depart-
ment and the unit's mission of
international engagement."
During his tenure Thompson
assisted in the training of more
than 395 sailors from various
Caribbean and Latin American
countries. He also assessed
more than 25 patrol craft of
regional services and made rec-
ommendations to improve their
performance where necessary.
A devout Christian, Thomp-
son also led divine services
while the ship was underway
and was selected to deliver the
invocation at the ship's 2004
Command Change ceremony.


CENTRAL GOSPEL CHAPEL
CHRISTIE & DOWDESWELL STREETS Tel: 325-2921, 1

SUNDAY, JANUARY 30TH, 2005
10:45a.m. Breaking of Bread
11:30a.m. Community Outreach Service

Speaker: Elder Basil Butler
7:00p.m. UMD Rally at Blue Hill Gospel Chapel
S :Sunday School-945am i b ,ThLord's Suppei ;45am Commun : ib# & H our


Worship time: 11 am & 7pm
Sunday School: 9:45am


Place: Twynam Heights
off Prince Charles Drive


Rev. Henley Perry

P.O.Box SS-5631
Telephone number:324-2538
Telefax number: 324-2587

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Sorority members honour




Martin Luther King through




Princess Margaret donation


THE ladies of Alpha Kappa
Alpha Sorority Inc, Eta Psi
Omega Chapter conducted a
day of service in honour of Dr
Martin Luther King Jr last Sat-
urday by visiting and donating
to the Children's Ward of the
Princess Margaret Hospital.
"We see this as a time to be
more involved and interested
in the children of our commu-
nity, and to serve people of all
ages and backgrounds," said
Presleith McPhee, President of
the Eta Psi Omega Chapter of
the Alpha Kappa Alpha Soror-
ity Inc. The best way to live Dr
King's legacy is to get involved
ourselves."
This year, as done in previ-
ous years, the ladies visited the
Children's Ward of the Princess
Margaret Hospital, with an aim
to sit, read, write and play with
the children as well as to donate
necessary items to the ward.
These items included diapers,
wipes, toiletries, etc. The ladies
look forward to serving the soci-
ety in this special way and
recognising the legacy of a great
man who noted that 'service is
the great equaliser'.
This service project is one of
many projects conducted by the
ladies of the Alpha Kappa
Alpha Sorority, Eta Psi Omega
Chapter. On an annual basis,
the sorority conducts the Martin
Luther King Day of Service
programme, which focuses on
honouring the life and work of
Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. The
sorority honours his legacy of
peace and equality by partici-
pating in a service project here
in the Bahamas, which would
address and meet the commu-
nity's needs while acinowledg
ingdtignity,,ndrespect,fo all. ,


'We see this
as a time to
be more
involved and
interested in
the children
of our
community,
and to serve
people of all
ages and
backgrounds,'
-Presleith McPhee,
president of Eta Psi
Omega Chapter of
Alpha Kappa Alpha

Alana Apryl Ingraham, Con-
nections Chairperson, of the
Eta Psi Omega Chapter of
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
noted that, "Dr Martin Luther
King Jr said 'Everybody can be
great, because everybody can
serve.' The ladies of Alpha Kap-
pa Alpha Sorority intend on
doing more than just remem-
bering Dr King once during the
year, but actually living his lega-
cy by continuing in the same
selfless spirit'of service to all
mankind.". ..


From left to right: back row: Birdie Davis, Zelma Wallace, Anna Marche, Linda Larandos, Christine Rolle,
and Ruth Deveaux. Second row: Gladys Gardiner, Theresa Major, Regina Johnson, Margo Rose, Ruby
Knowles, and Yvonne Watson. Kneeling: Peggy Benson, Stacy Gray, Sharon Deal, and Brendan Foulkes.


IN an effort to further
enhance their skills and knowl-
edge of their role in the church,
the Hospitality, Sick &
Bereavement Ministries of St
Thomas More Catholic Church
recently hosted a one-day
retreat at the Emmaus Centre,
St Augustine's College, Fox
Hill.
"Though we meet every Sun-
day to celebrate and take part in
the Holy Eucharist, I thought
it would be a great idea to have
a one-day retreat to talk about
how we in the hospitality, sick
and bereavement ministries
could be of better service to our
parishioners and the wider com-
munity," said President Chris-
tine Rolle.
Having received full support
from Father Glen Nixon in
March 2004, Ms Rolle and her
team got right down to business
and in a few short months the
one-day retreat was fully
planned.
The one-day retreat was filled
with lots of information, song,
praise and worship, food and
fun. The group had a special
meditation session. The presi-
dent, went on to say: "The
retreat further allowed the


entire group to put all-a-side,
do some serious soul searching
for the full recommitment of
our work to these ministries."
They heard from Sister Cecil-
ia on the topic of "Bereavement
& Grief" and Nurse Elsaida
Thompson addressed the group
on "Administering to the Sick
and Shut-Ins". Both of whom,
operate St Joseph's Adult Day
Care Centre.
And ending the seminar with
a secular view of how hospital-
ity affects the ushers and wel-
comers in the church, was hos-
pitality consultant Brendan
Foulkes.
In a very energetic, friendly,
humorous and animated fash-
ion, Mr Foulkes told his fellow
parishioners that: "Ushering
does not mean standing to the
front entrance of the church
looking like a policeman, with a
snooty non inviting attitude".
He told the group that every
member of the congregation is
to be treated like a client, or a
customer in a five star resort.
Mr Foulkes said: "As a mem-
ber of the hospitality ministry,
you must realise that your role
is a very important one in the
church. You complement the


service in a very significant way,
as you are the first person the
visitor and fellow parishioners
come into contact with. Thus,
the manner in which you greet
and welcome them is most
essential to the overall spiritual
experience of the service."
He defined hospitality as:
"The warm and courteous
receiving of a guest, and the
kind manner in which that guest
is treated while in your care,
and the liking for the frequent
receiving of guests."
The hospitality consultant
further admonished the hospi-
tality ministry delegates to see
their arriving congregation as
possible clients coming to the
business. The better you treat
them, the higher the returns.
And in the church's case: More
collection in those straw bas-
kets!
In closing Mr Foulkes chal-
lenged his audience: "Now go
out there this Sunday and knock
them off their feet and let each
member of St Thomas More
Church know that you now
have a full comprehension of
what hospitality really means
as a result of our session here
today, God Bless."


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New executive

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National Trust


RATE The
Retreat in Nas-
sau and the
Rand Nature
Centre in Grand Bahama,
improve and expand national
parks and marine protected
areas, increase scientific
research and attract thousands
of new members to join the
Bahamas National Trust (BNT)
- these are a few of the goals
of the Trust's new management
team.
Colin Lightbourn, BNT Pres-
ident, has announced that a new
Executive Director has been
hired and two Bahamians pro-
moted to senior management
positions.
"I am very pleased to intro-
duce the Bahamas National


Trust's new Executive Direc-
tor, Mr Christopher Hamilton,"
said Mr Lightbourn. "Follow-
ing a national and international
search for candidates, we hired
Mr Hamilton who has nearly
twenty years of experience in
non-profit management, natur-
al resource conservation and
economic development. He will
provide a new perspective and
energy to help lead the Trust
into a new era of conservation
and resource management."
Mr Hamilton and his family
have moved to Nassau from the
state of Maine. He served for
nearly a decade on the senior
management team at a
statewide land conservation
organisation; He also worked
for seven years at an economic
development council in Ver-


NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that ALBERTA SIMEON, FOWLER
STREET, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as acitizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows any reason why registration/
naturalization should. not be granted, should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 5th day of FEBRUARY, 2005 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Bahamas.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MAXINSOND DECIUS, HOPE
TOWN, ABACO BAHAMAS is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows any reason why registration/
naturalization should not be granted, should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 29TH day of JANUARY, 2005 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Bahamas.


NEW APPOINTEES AT THE BAHAMAS NATIONAL TRUST From Lto R: Lynn Gape, director of educational programmes
and communications; Christopher Hamilton, executive director; Eric carey, director of parks and science liaison


mont. Mr Hamilton holds a
Master of Science degree from
the University of Michigan in
Ann Arbor and a Bachelors of
Arts degree from the College
of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor,
Maine.
"The Bahamas National
Trust has a long and distin-
guished list of accomplishments
for which the Bahamian people
should be proud," said Mr
Hamilton. "I look forward to
working together with all
Bahamians to protect the envi-
ronment and the country's
unique historic and natural
character.
The Bahamian people are
dependent on clean beaches, an
ocean rich with marine life and
a beautiful and pristine land-
scape.
"There has been much
accomplished, but in light of
unprecedented development
pressures, there is so much
more to do."
Mrs Lynn Gape of Nassau
has been appointed to the post
of Director of Educational Pro-
grammes and Communications.
Mrs Gape became involved
with the Trust in 1985 serving as
the organisations Honorary Sec-


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Interested


at The Botanical Gardens, par-
ticipating in scientific research
' projects and representing the
Ministry at meetings and work-
shops concerned with conser-
vationr and biodiversity. Mr.
Carey is also the outgoing Pres-
ident of the Society for the Con-
servation and Study of
Caribbean Birds an organisa-
tion which has promoted
regional initiatives in education
and scientific research. He has
been working with the trust
serving more than 10 years as a
member of the Wildlife,
Ornithology and Game Bird
Committees.
"Ms Gape and Mr Carey
bring a wealth of experience
and long commitment to pro-
tecting the Bahamas' environ-
ment," said Mr Hamilton. "We
are fortunate to have such tal-
ented people working for the
Bahamas National Trust. Dur-
ing the next few months, I
intend to work with our talent-
ed staff and our many dedicated
members to reinvigorate the
organisation."
Hamilton outlined the goals
for BNT:
Breathe new life into the
educational facilities at The
Retreat in Nassau and the Rand
Nature Centre in Grand
Bahama by adding new staff,
expanding educational and out-
reach programmes and making'
the a gardens a "must see" on
visitor's itinerary.
Build stronger partnerships
with government, Bahamian
non-profits and international
organisations.


Complete an inventory o
the structural and staffing needs
for each of the existing national
parks and develop long rangeJ
plans on how these needs will
be addressed.


Work to expand both-'
marine protected areas and&2
national parksthroughout Thed
Bahamas.
Redesign Trust Notes,
BNT's quarterly newsletter, to
make it more reader-friendly.
Cooperate with partner
organisations to expand scien-
tific research throughout the
region.
"This is an exciting time at
the Trust, a time of hope as we
look toward a new horizon,"
said Hamilton. "To make this
happen, it will take a lot of peo-
ple and a lot of money. If you
appreciate our national parks,
like the idea of expanding envi-
ronmental education to
Bahamian children, support the
idea of more scientific research
and want a strong voice for the
ei"ir6nmnilt thieplease &n.-
sider supporting the Trust."
Bahamas National Trust is a
non-profit membership organi-
sation that manages the'-,
Bahamas' national parks, pro-
vides environmental education
programs throughout the coun-
try and advises the governmerift
on environmental issues. Its'
main office is at The Retreaet
on Village Road in Nassau. ."
For more information of
membership materials call 242-
393-1317. .
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AMID a lot of fanfare, Jas-
mine Young, walked away with
the prized Duho award for the
Chef of the Year at the presti-
gious Ninth Annual Cacique
Awards recently held at the
Regency Theatre in Grand
Bahama.
An ecstatic Young, an Exec-
utive Sous Chef and Culinary
Trainer at Kerzner Interna-
tional, thanked family and
friends while saluting other
chefs in the country.
"I am.so,so,sovery exited
and honoured to represent all of
the chefs at Atlantis," said
Young in between bouts of
laughter; ."This is the highest
achievement in the tourism
industry. I hope that this
inspires other chefs to work
hard and continue to be pas-
sionate about developing
gourmet Bahamian cuisine."
Young expressed heartfelt
thanks to Kerzner Internation-
al, in particular Mark Percival,
Kerzner International's Vice
President of Culinary Opera-
tions and Olivia Mortimer,
Assistant Director of Labour
Relations for nominating her
for the award.
Years of hard work finally
paying off for the 31-year-old
chef who has been a source of
inspiratii for many budding
culinarians in the country. The
award marked yet another first
for Young, who among other
things, earned the distinction of
.being the first Bahamian to
attain a Master of Arts Degree
in Culinary Education from
Johnson and Wales University
in 1997 and also assisted the
Bahamas Olympic Culinary.
team in i a bronze medai
at the Culinary Olympics in
2004.
She has also assisted in the


TOURISM EXCELLENCE! Jasmine Young, Kerzner International's
Executive Sous Chef/Culinary Trainer proudly displays the Duho
trophy, a symbol of excellence, moments after winning the Ninth v
Annual Cacique's Chef of the Year Award at the Regency TheatreA,
In Grand Bahama. (Photo: Anastasia Stubbs) ;i


training and development of
many chefs employed by Kerzn-
er International for its Phase II
expansion and is busy with
training plans and preparation
for the upcoming Marina Vil-
lage development.
A throng of supporters and
well wishers led by Karen
Carey, Kerzner International's
Senior Vice President of
Human Resources, and Olivia
Mortimer, cheered on Young
along with the company's other


nominees. Also representing"
Kerzner International were Gigi'
Cooper, Director of Guest Ser-
vices, Kerzner International's'
Manager of the Year nominee;1
Jamal Lewis, VIP Services'
Concierge, Employee of the'-
Year nominee and Terah V'1
Rolle, Rooms Coordinator,)
Kerzner's Supervisor of the'
Year nominee. The employees"
were all flown to Grand
Bahama for the high level"'
event.


retary and has been at the Trust
for 14 years serving as its Edu-
cation and Public Relations
Officer. She has been the co-
ordinator of several projects
which have provided traiinng
and educational materials for
Bahamian teachers: The West
Indian Whistling Duck and
Wetlands project, which has
produced the internationally
acclaimed Teacher's Resource
Guide "Wondrous West Indi-
an Wetlands"; The People and
Parrots Project for the Abaco
National Park, a partnership
with the University of Florida
that has designed materials pro-
moting the park as well as
developing a Teacher's
Resource. Guide for the Pine
Forest Ecosystem. She also acts
as coordinator for the Bahamas
Important Bird Areas Pro-
gramme in partnership with
BirdLife International which
works actively with local com-
munities and provides training
for Citizen Science initiatives.
Mr Eric Carey, also of ias-
sau, has been promote to
Director of Parks and Science
Liaison. Mr Carey joined the
Trust two years ago as the
Coordinator of the Parks Part-
nership Project an important
initiative which is providing the
Trust with a process for pro-
ducing management plans for
the 25 National Parks managed
by The Trust. Mr Carey pievi-
ously served as the Conserva-
tion Officer for the Ministry of
Agriculture and Fisheries. In
this position he was responsi-
ble for.reviewing applications
for scientific research, coordi-
nating native plant propagation..


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FOR more than a
generation, The
Bahamas has
become one of the
best-known, vaca-
ti n destinations, recently wel-
coming more than five million
visitors each year.
JAs readers are well aware,
tourism is the primary engine
tlat drives the Bahamian econ-
oany, accounting for significant
percentages of gross national
p oducts, and employing signif-
icant percentages of the labour
f rce.


(AMMC), which is the public
agency responsible for the
restoration, preservation and
maintenance of Bahamian his-
toric sites for posterity and the
educational and recreational
benefit of future generations.
Towards this end, over the
past few years, more than one
million dollars have been invest-
ed in the upgrade of the forts,
with most of the funds directed
to improvements at the Fort
Charlotte Complex and Fort
Fincastle. Other funds have
been invested in improvements


Visitors are drawn to our
islands by many miles of white
sandy beaches, sparkling
turquoise coloured waters and a
semi-tropical climate.


'Tourism in

the Bahamas

is at a

crossroads,

the quality of

its products

becoming

increasingly

,questionable.'


,Today, tourism in The
Bahamas is at a crossroads, with
the quality of its products
becoming increasingly ques-
tipnable. In response, the Gov-
ernment has initiated pro-
grammes designed to identify
and develop more diversified
tourist packages that demon-
strate the history and heritage
of our islands.
Studies of the United States
travel market show that her-
itage tourism is fast becoming a
lucrative sector. This growing
tend is particularly significant
to The Bahamas, as most of our


to the Balcony House historic
museum (located on Market
Street opposite The Central
Bank of The Bahamas); the
Pompey Museum (located on
Bay Street next to the present
Straw Market); the Long Island
Museum (located in Buckley's,
Long Island); and the San Sal-
vador Museum (located in
Cockburn Town, San Salvador).
Few Bahamians are aware
that the Advance Guard House
- that miniature, fort-like struc-
ture that commands the
entrance to Fort Charlotte off
Marcus Bethel Drive, and
which serves as a backdrop for
the pavilion under which digni-
taries sit during Independence
ceremonies now houses a ful-
ly-equipped and functioning
archaeological conservation lab-
oratory. There, numerous arti-
facts recovered from the land
and sea including cannons -
are under careful conservation.
We should hasten to note 'that.,
this site is opened to supervised
public visitation.
The dramatic transformation
wrought to these historic sites
by the above investment of pub-
lice funds has been designed to
enhance their appeal to both
residents and tourists alike as
attractions to be visited and
enjoyed as focal points of either
guided or self-observing tours.
Thus, it is against this backdrop
that the AMMC is introducing
an admission fee for future vis-
its to these and other Bahamian
historic sites.
Generally, Bahamians are
slow to accept any change to


REVITALISING BAHAMIAN HERITAGE The newly-renovated Fort Charlotte


visit the forts, but with finan-
cial obligation paid to the cruise
ships and tour operators, with-
out any arranged facility for
profit-sharing necessary to pro-
vide for maintenance of the
physical structure and further
development of the exhibits.
As mentioned before,
Bahamians are generally slow
to accept change, and the intro-
duction of. an admission fee, to
select historicsites may become
on 'of thenewi domestic chart-
lenges to readily accept. It
should be noted, however, that
admission fees are the accepted
norm to most heritage sites
around the world. It is common
practice for one to pay to visit
museums in most countries.
Similarly, it-is an equally accept-
able norm for one to pay to vis-
it forts.
For example, the Castillo de
San Marcos, located in St
Augustine, Florida, has an
admission fee of a few dollars
and also offers facilities for the
hosting of special events at spe-
cific cost. This largest of forts
in the southern US uses park


charge admission fees ranging
from US$5-12. Most of these
forts have limited interpreta-
tion and are more modestly
restored than our forts.
Fort Charlotte, which has
received the bulk of the invest-
ment for improvements, now
features a variety of informa-
tive and colourful interpreta-
tive panels, handicap accessi-
bility facilities, a state-of-the-.,
art restroom complex ,that, is,
maintained through privatelco i -7
tract, uniformed personnel,;.
well-lit pathways for night visits,


and a generator system to
ensure a constant supply of elec-
tricity. Furthermore, a mainte-
nance team is attached to the
complex to ensure the proper
upkeep of the grounds.
Given the above factual back-
ground information and espe-
cially its rationale for the intro-
duction of admission fees for
access to our forts and certain
other ahamian historic sites -
the AMMC is "ow soliciting the.
support of cruise ships, tour
operators, residents and visitors
alike in meeting this new and


necessary challenge. Your sup-
port will go a long way in ensur-
ing the maintenance and con-
tinuous upgrading of these facil-
ities and the creation of similar
attractions throughout our Fam-
ily Islands.
Think on these things.
(George W Mackey's book
"Millennium Perspectives", a
compilation of Viewpoints and
other interesting topics,is avail-
able at leading bokstoreslocal-
ly. E-maih
georgewmackey@hotmail.com)


FLYING THE FLAG Advance Guard House at Fort Charlotte


visitors are from the US.
Among heritage sites, fortifica-
tions are determined to have
the capacity to become of sig-
nificant interest
The Government, in partial
recognition of the economic
potential of fortifications in the
expanding. tourist market, and
in fulfilment of its commitment
to the development and preser-
vation of historic sites, has done
much to improve our ancient
military bastions.
Such improvements are done
with respect to the mandate of
the Antiquities, Monuments
and Museums Corporation


their domestic comfort zones
and traditional way of life. This
is evidenced in the expressions
given to the change in road
directions, one example being
the reversals of traffic on Bay
and Shirley Streets. Another is
the increase in fares on public
transportation. Some even
protest the current collection of
garbage at nights, citing the
exercise as creating an unnec-
essary disturbance after hours.
Bahamians are used to indis-
criminate access to our forts and
other historic sites without any
financial obligation. Today, mil-
lions of visitors to our shores


rangers to control pedestrian
traffic. The tours are generally
self-guided, using a variety of
interpretative panels. Fort
Zackery Taylor, located in Key
West, Florida, has an admission
fee of $3, but provides very lim-
ited interpretation and no other
personnel but the cashiers at
the entrance booth, and secu-
rity.
In the region, the forts in
Cuba and Puerto Rico, both
reflective of Spanish colonisa-
tion, offer self-guided tours. The
former English forts in Bermu-
da, St Kitts, Jamaica, Trinidad
and Tobago, and Antigua all


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--rill! Parties, Nightclubs
ft & Restaurants

Rave Saturdays @ The All New Club
Eclipse. DJ Scoobz spinning the best in
Old Skool. Admission $35, all inclusive
food and drink.

Fever @ Bahama Boom, Elizabeth St,
downtown, Fridays. The hottest party in
the Bahamas every Friday night. Admis-
sion $10 before midnight. First 50 women
get free champagne. First 50 men get a free
Greycliff cigar. Dress to impress. For VIP
reservations call 356-4612.

Karaoke Music Mondaze @ Topshotters
Sports Bar. Drink specials all night long,
including karaoke warm-up drink to get
you started. Party, 8pm-until.

Karaoke Nights @ Fluid Lounge and
Nightclub. Begins 10pm every Tuesday.
Weekly winners selected as Vocalist of the
Week $250 cash prize. Winner selected at
end of month from finalists cash prize
$1,000. Admission $10 with one free drink.

Hump Day Happy Hour @ Topshotters
Sports Bar every Wednesday 5pm-8pm.
Free appetizers and numerous drink spe-
cials.

Double Play @ The Zoo on Thursday.
Ladies free before 11pm. Music by DJs
Flava, Clean Cut, along with Mr Grem and
Mr Excitement. First 50 women get a free
makeover.

Flash-Nights @ Club Fluid every Thurs-
day. The ultimate Ladies Night. Join Nas-
sau's and Miami Beach's finest men. Ladies
only before 11.30pm with free champagne.
Guys allowed after 11.30pm with $20 cover.

The Pit @ Bahama Boom, every Thurs-
day. Doors open at 9prm, showtime
11.30pm. Cover charge $15. $10 with flyer.

Twisted Boodah Bar & Lounge every
Friday @ Cafe Segafredo, Charlotte St
North, featuring world music, chillin' jazz
and soulful club beats. Starting at 6pm.
Beers $3, longdrinks $4.50.

Fantasy Fridays @ Fluid Lounge, featur-
ing late '80s music in the VIP Lounge, Top
of the Charts in the Main Lounge, neon
lights and Go Go dancers. Glow stick for all
in before midnight. Admission: Ladies free
before 11pm, $15 after; Guys $20 all night.

College Night @ Bahama Boom every
Friday. Kicks off this Friday, October 15.
Admission: $10 with college ID, $15 with-
out.

Hard Rock Cafe Friday, DJ Joey Jam
presents "Off Da Chain" with beer and
shot specials thru 2am. Saturday, ZNS
broadcasts live Karaoke from 9pm.

Dream Saturdays moves to the Blue Note
Lounge this Saturday and every Saturday
after that. Admission: $15 before 11pm,
$20 after.

Greek Saturdayz @ Bahama Boom, Eliz-
abeth Ave. Every Saturday the Phi Beta
Sigma Frat welcomes greeks, college grads
and smooth operators. Admission $15 all
night, $10 for greeks in letters. Music by DJ
Palmer, security strictly enforced.

Chill Out Sundays @ The Beach Hut,
West Bay Street with fresh served BBQ
and other specials starting from 4pm-10pm,
playing deep, funky chill moods with world
beats. Cover $2.

Sweet Sunday Chill Out Soiree Lounge,
every Sunday, 4pm-midnight @ Patio
Grille, British Colonial Hotel.


Meet the Greeks

The 2005 Greek Festival kicks off this weekend. And that means an in-depth look
into the traditional Greek way of life.
From actual cooking demonstrations, to Greek dance lessons, those who turn out
will have a totally Greek experience. You will also have a chance to shake a leg to tra-
ditional Greek music to be presented by a live Bouzouki band out of the US. The band
will play in the afternoon and dancing goes on into the night.
Or, you can sit and listen to Greek stories being told.
"It's a festival that happens all over the world. It's a way for us to open up ourselves
to the rest of the world because people usually say we are closed," says festival
chairperson, Alexandra Maillis-Lynch.
So if you've never tasted spitted lamb, souvalakia, loukoumnadis, drank some
Ouzo (greek beer), then it's time to have a taste of Greece. And to find out more about
its culture and customs, the 2005 Greek Festival is the place to be.
The festival takes place on the Greek Orthodox Church. Grounds, West Street. Sat-
urday 12th February from 11 am, until Sunday 13th from 12pm. Admission: $3
(adults), $1 (children). The church will also be open for tours.


Wet Sundays, every Sunday, noon-mid-
night @ Crystal Cay Beach. Admission $10,
ladies get in free.

Carib Scene @ Club Fluid every Sunday.
A night of Caribbean, Latin and Reggae
flavours for all audiences. Latin Flair in
the VIP Lounge; Old School Reggae and
Soca in the Main Lounge.
Ladies in free before 11pm. $10 after
11pm. Men, $15 cover charge.

Villaggio Ristorante, Cafe and Piano
Bar, Friday-Saturday, live band 10pm-lam.
Happy Hour, Friday 5.30pm-7pm, Caves
Village, West Bay St & Blake Rd.

Compass Point daily Happy Hour 4pm-
7pm, live band on weekends, West Bay St.
The Graham Holden Deal live @ The
Green Parrot, Hurricane Hole, Paradise
Island, Saturdays 7pm-10pm and Sundays
6.30pm-9.30pm.


Jay Mitchell and Hot KC @ Palm Court
Lounge, British Colonial Hilton, Wednes-
day-Thursday 8pm-12am.

Sunday Night Interlude @ Briteley's
Restaurant & Lounge, Eneas St off Poin-
ciana Drive. Featuring Frankie Victory at
the key board in the After Dark Room
every Sunday, 8.30pm to midnight. Fine
food and drinks.

Paul Hanna performs at Traveller's Rest,
West Bay St, every Sunday, 6.30pm-9.30pm.

ii Arts "

Past, Present and Personal: The Dawn
Davies Collection @ the National Art
Gallery of the Bahamas, Villa Doyle, West
and West Hill Streets. The exhibition is
part of the NAGB's Collector's Series.
Gallery hours, Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-
4pm. Call 328-5800 to book tours.


NE2 runs through December. Gallery
hours Tuesday-Saturday, llam-4pm.
Admission $3. Call 328-5800 to book
tours.
A Slave Ship Speaks: The Wreck of the
Henrietta Marie exhibition @ The Pompey
Museum, Bay Street, through December
4. Call 356-0495 for museum hours and
admission price.

Open Mic Nite, every Wednesday 8pm @
The Bookmarker, Cable Beach Shopping
Centre (above Swiss Pastry Shop). Poets,
rappers, singers, instrumentalists,
comics... everyone is invited to entertain
and be entertained. $3 entrance fee.

WI) : Health a. l

Doctors Hospital Distinguished Lecture
Series: Dr Judson Eneas will discuss Obe-
sity and Diabetes on Thursday, November
18, 6pm in the Doctors Hospital confer-
ence room in observance of Diabetes
Awareness Month. This lecture will edu-
cate women and men about diabetes by
stressing the importance of prevention and
detection of the disease in its earliest stages,
as well as treatment. The lecture is free to
the public. Free blood pressure, choles-
terol and glucose screenings will be per-
formed between 5pm and 6pm. Call 302-
4707.

MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Bahamas meets
the third Monday every month, 6pm @
Doctors Hospital conference room. MS
Bahamas will have a t-shirt day August 28. c

The Bahamas Diabetic Association meets
every third Saturday, 2.30pm (except
August and December) @ the Nursing
School, Grosvenor Close, Shirley Street.

Doctors Hospital, the official training
centre of the American Heart Association
offers CPR classes certified by the AHA.
The course defines the warning signs of
respiratory arrest and gives prevention
strategies to avoid sudden death syndrome
and the most common serious injuries and
choking that can occur in adults, infants
and children.
CPR and First Aid classes are offered
every third Saturday of the month from
9am-lpm. Contact a Doctors Hospital
Community Training Representative at
302-4732 for more information and learn to
save a life today.

Civic Clubs

Toastmasters Club 1905 meets Tuesday,
7.30pm @ BEC Cafe, Tucker Rd. Club 9477
meets Friday, 7pm @ Bahamas Baptist
Community College Rm A19, Jean St. Club
3956 meets Thursday, 7.30pm @ British
Colonial Hilton. Club 1600 meets Thurs-
day, 8.30pm @ SuperClubs Breezes.

Club 7178 meets Tuesday, 6pm @ The J
Whitney Pinder Building, Collins Ave.
Club 2437 meets every second, fourth and
fifth Wednesday at the J Whitney Pinder
Building, Collins Ave at 6pm.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Eta Psi
Omega chapter meets every second Tues-
day, 6.30pm @ Gaylord's Restaurant,
Dowdeswell St.

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity meets every
second Saturday, 10am @ Gaylord's
Restaurant, Dowdeswell St.

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity meets every
second Tuesday, 6.30pm @ Atlantic House,
IBM Office, 4th floor meeting room.


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Prisoners at Her Majesty's Prison making use of their time in the workshop while incarcerated at the Fox Hill facility. (photo: Felip6 Major)


Prison (From page 1)


Force (From page 1)


there were also rumours that
inmates are sexually abused by
guards.
He said however that as no
official complaints of this nature
have been made to his office,
he has been unable to take
action.
According to Mr Culmer,
another obstacle to rehabilita-
tion of inmates is their lack of
- education.
During a tour of the new
Training Centre for inmates, it
was revealed that up to 60 per
cent of Fox Hill inmates lack
basic reading and arithmetic


skills.
"Some of them never went
to school," instructor Margaret
Hayes said.
The Training Centre, which
superintendent Culmer hopes
will be open some time next
week, will allocate eight class-
rooms for the teaching of maths
and reading skills, a computer
laboratory, a library and five
workshops for the teaching of
useful trade skills.
Anita Dillett, Education Offi-
cer at the Training Centre, said
that education will allow
inmates to overcome their view


of themselves as criminals.
"Just being able to think log-
ically and with reason gives
them confidence and self-
esteem," she explained.
Superintendent Cuimer said
he thought the centre would go
a long way in helping to reha-
bilitate inmates, but warned that
in some cases, the attitude of
-prisoners is the largest obsta-
cle.
"It's hard, you can't change
everyone. Some people don't
want to change," he pointed
out.


to reside here as well. That's not to say that we always approve those applications,but there are some
times when you have to," he said.
Mr Stuart also lashed out at Labour and Immigration Minister Vincent Peet saying that "he must
be living in a vacuum" if he doesn't believe that the country is overrun with Haitians.
"They are everywhere, everywhere. Go to any gas station and ask for gas. See who's operating those
pumps. I'm trying to think where all these people are coming from? This thing is blowing up in our
face," he said.
Lt Darren Henfield, press liaison for the Royal Bahamas Defence Force said that the accusations
made by Mr Stuart were "news to him" and that he would not indulge them by commenting on the mat-
ter.


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* WASHINGTON DC His Excellency Sung Joo Han,
Ambassador of the Republic of Korea, and Madam Han
hosted a farewell reception on January 26. Pictured is
Madam Han with Michelle V Sears, wife of Joshua Sears,
Bahamas Ambassador to the United States.


Clinton Aids Foundation reception at Royal Towers


* UNITED States Ambassador to the Bahamas John Rood with his
daughter, Holly, and wife, Jaime.


* FORMER US Ambassador Arthur Schechter with his wife, Joyce, on their way to
the Atlantis resort for the Clinton AIDS Foundation Reception.


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Grand Bahama Players


* MEMBERS of the Grand Bahama Players and friends at a reception following the Home-Going celebration for
Anthony (Tony) Lockhart, who was president of the group when he died. Pictured in the front row (1-r) are Stephen
E Plakaris, deputy director of School Security in the Ministry of Education, Virginia Malcolm, Linda Wildgoose, the
treasurer, Arthur Jones, past president, Dianne Morgan, and Wes Butler, past president. Pictured in the back row
(I-r) are Edionia Williamson, Byron Johnson, Byron Johnson II, Marsha Leubrunson Stubbs, past president, Patrice
Johnson, past president, Mavis Pinder-Smith, Delores Kellman Jones and Skikara Johnson.


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* FINANCE
Citigroup
memo revealed
Citigroup lam-
basted the "inappro-
priate, unrealistic
and juvenile" behav-
iour of some of its
traders as more
details emerged of
controversial euro-
zone bond trades last
August. An internal
memo showed the
traders outlined a
strategy to "kill off'
some smaller rivals.

* COFFEE
Nestle
in $15m payout
Russell Christoff,
a teacher and erst-
while model,
received $15.6m in
compensation from
Nestle after it was
found to have plas-
tered his image on a
brand of coffee for
six years. A Los
Angeles jury
awarded him 5 per
cent of the profit
from the sales.

* AIRLINES
Ryanair
chief recants
Ryanair chief
Michael O'Leary
retreated from his
warning of a "blood-
bath" among short-
haul airlines this
winter. Instead he
announced better-
than-expected
results and said the
airline would move
into the Italian mar-
ket.

*INSURANCE
MarshMac
agrees to settle
Marsh McLennan,
parent of the world's
biggest insurance
brokerage, agreed to
pay $850m to settle
accusations by New
York attorney-gen-
eral Eliot Spitzer of
kickbacks and bid-
rigging. It will be
used to set up a fund
to compensate mis-
advised clients who
paid higher premi-
ums.

*AUDIO
Dolby to
sound out market
Dolby Laborato-
ries, the audio tech-
nology producer,
said it would offer
27.5m shares in an
initial public offering
set to raise up to
$490m and netting as
much as $246.5m for
its UK-born founder
Ray Dolby.

*OIL
Shell
slashes reserves
Royal
Dutch/Shell cut its
oil and gas reserves
by another 10 per
cent and warned that
it was still struggling
to replace the oil and
gas it has'extracted.
The news overshad-
owed its reporting of
record net income of
$18.5bn in 2004.

* ELECTRONICS
Toshiba
profits down
Toshiba reported
a 94 per cent fall in
operating profits and
warned that full-year
results would fall
short of expectations
owing to sharp price
falls in semiconduc-
tors used in digital
consumer products.

For more business
news, see www.
herald.com. For more
of The Financial
Times, see
www.ft.com.


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MARKET REVIEW


World Stocks
Prev. 52 wk 52 wk
Today day High Low
Amsterdam* 36732 364.83 365.46 310.68
Bangkok 719.10 716.92 755.18 581.61
Bombay 6618.23 6619.97 667920 4505.16
Brussels 3067.13 3043.48 3043.48 2315.08
BuenosA 1428.54 1399.23 139923 839.93
Caracas 29552.99 29407.14 31177.41 24368.42
Frankfurt DAX 4339.28 4281.64 4316.40 3658.11
FTSE 100 4941.50 490830 4924.10 4283.00
Hong Kong Idx 13585.17 13515.33 14339.06 10917.65
Turkey Na]l 100 27813.16 27554.39 27936.53 15922.44
Jakarta 1048.39 1049.33 1052.82 668.47
CAC-40 3958.01 3928.94 3951.72 3484.84
Kuala Lumpur 907.52 917.85 937.56 781.05
IBEX 35 9422.50 9310.40 9310.40 7371.90
Madrid 1004.40 993.86 993.86 80439
Manila 1995.57 2000.22 201956 1388.15
Mexico 13446.95 13440.83 13440.83 9440.57
Nikkei 225 Index 11360.40 11389.35 12195.66 10299.43
Seoul 933.55 928.79 936.06 719.59
Singapore 211358 2108.16 2108.69 170033
SaoPaulo 25731.94 24873.63 26196.25 17604.12
Sydney 4156.20 414630 4146.30 3274.90
Taipei 6034.60 6018.69 7034.10 5316.87
Toronto 9358.28 9303.71 9303.94 8123.50
Zurich 5843.10 5816.90 5934.40 5309.70
ChilelnterlO 103.43 102.22 118.14 88.38
NewZealand 3124.05 309731 3097.31 2231.12
Milan 24517.00 24282.00 24295.00 19778.00
Johannesburg 13002.21 13016.60 13016.60 9738.27
Athens 2911.22 2898.73 2964.58 222733
Stockholm 75557 750.12 757.45 649.36
Topix 114551 1149.51 1217.87 1022.61
Zurich SPI 4363.04 4342.58 4342.58 3928.35
ShanghaiB 77.64 76.01 12224 72.41

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30-Financial Times, 100-Financial Times, ipc-
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Latin American Stocks


Traded in New York
CCFemsa .26e 353,700 2657 26.11 u26.49+.44
Emplca 671,700 2.50 2.45 2.47 -.01
GCSaba .36e 500 18.10 18.10 18.10 +.05
GElektra .37e 34,900 34.60 34.35 34.55 +.36
GMaseca .42e 3,200 8.66 8.65 8.66 -.03
GpoRadio 1,500 7.65 7.58 7.60 +.12
GpoSimec 105,600 7.36 6.90 7.20 +.17
GTelevsa 2.18e 520,400 62.50 61.20 62.31+1.06
TV Azteca 1.00e 429.500 9.53 9.36 9.44 +.08
TelMexL 1.20e 1.392,400 38.97 38.40 u38.59+.13
Vitro .08e 505.500 3.25 3.20 3.25
Cervecer .65e 7,700 24.00 23.98 23.99
CristChle .42e 2,500 28.90 28.90 28.90
EEIChile .11e 46.900 17.60 17.25 17.50 +.21
Enersis 181,900 833 8.20 8.25 +.10
Madeco 170,600 10.20 9.83 10.20 +.28
SocQ&M .6Me 24,900 66.55 62.00 u66.22+5.22
VinaConc .89e 5,900 73.10 72.60 72.60 -.18
Metrogas 8,200 4.94 4.81 4.91 +.11
TlcmArg 448,900 12.21 11.85 u12.03 *
YPF Soc 4.69e 2,000 49.49 47.90 49.05 +.79
Aracruz 1.99e 357,400 37.74 36.59 37.00 +.66
TelBrasH 59r 158,400 29.67 28.49 29.45+1.09




N.Y. Comex
Close Chg.
Gold Market Price 414.00 -2.60
Silver Market Price 6.625 -0.042
Handy & Harman
Close Chg.
Gold Market Price 415.90 -0.60
Silver Market Price 6.640 -0.060
London Afternoon
Close Chg.
Gold 415.90 -0.95
Silver 6.610 -0.020


U.S. MARKETS

Selected stock from the
New York and American exchanges and from NASDAQ


Vol. High Low Close Chg.


ACE Ltd 1638 46.06 44.20 45.98 +1.46
ACMMD 81 7.94 7.88 7.94 +.07
ACMMI 53 37 3.97 34 3.95 *
ADCTel 3870 2.51 2.45 2.47 -.02
AES Cp 4394 15.39 14.95 15.19 +.25
AFLAC 2636 38.88 38.64 38.88 +.10
AGCO 3327 20.85 1938 1950 -1.15
AK Steel 3066 15.99 15.02 15.41 -.11
AMR 1862 920 8.90 9.18 +.15
ASE Tst 1054 4.75 4.57 4.70 +.01
ASMLHId 3004 16.90 16.18 16.84 +.66
AT&T 11699 19.83 1953 19.80 +.05
ATC Htcr 1098 .45 .30 .42 +.12
AT Tech 6240 17.71 16.87 17.08 -.47
AU Optron 3619 16.45 15.51 16.33 +.87
Aastrom 9039 3.68 3.54 3.56 -.12
AbtLab 4191 45.69 45.32 45.52 -.14
AberFitc 2543 5530 53.91 54.89 -.11
Abgenix 3900 9.65 9.15 9.43 +.27
Accenture 1743 25.75 25.34 25.73 +25
AccHme 1545 43.15 40.88 42.41 +.85
ActPwr 839 3.98 3.64 3.76 -30
Activisn s 2863 23.80 23.34 23.79 +.34
Adaptec 1335 5.94 5.84 5.88 *
AdobeSy 2216 64.00 62.58 63.99 +.57
Adtran 826 18.09 17.74 17.94 +22
AdvDigInf 930 11.10 10.68 11.04 +.26
AMD 12837 17.49 16.83 17.49 +.82
Aeropstis 1047 29.70 28.69 29.09 -.17
Aetna 1306 131.40 130.00 130.45 -.40
AffCmpS 1038 53.62 52.26 53.42 +.23
Affymet 1054 43.05 41.00 42.99 +1.66
Agere 14842 1.68 1.52 1.67 +.17
AgereB 3289 1.66 1.49 1.66 +.19
Agilent 2220 22.48 22.02 22.45 +.35
Agrium g 1063 15.70 15.37 15.54 -24
AirProd 1724 5926 58.66 59.00 +.14
AirTran 978 8.75 8.55 8.66 +.12
AkamaiT 4228 12.46 11.90 12.08 -.68
AlskAir 454 30.87 30.07 30.50' +.42
Albertsn 2200 23.36 22.91 23.04 -.32
Alcatel 3270 12.65 12.43 12.58 +.16
Alcoa 3721 29.45 28.90 2937 +23
AlignTech 1530 8.00 7.58 7.99 +.04
Alkerm 2784 12.88 11.60 12.60 -.23
AllgEngy 845 19.89 19.58 19.70 +.12
AllegTch 1038 23.78 22.82 23.13 -.02
Allergan 1183 78.55 76.15 78.15 +1.68
AlliGam 996 1130 10.92 11.07 +.06
AldWaste 855 8.53 8.41 8.50 -.03
Allstate 3565 52.61 50.80 5235 +1.42
Alltel 1807 55.40 55.04 55.31 +.04
AltairNano 881 2.42 2.25 230 -.01
AlteraCp 11935 19.52 18.39 19.40 +.53
Altria 20548 68.50 63.71 67.00 +326
Alvarion 830 10.98 10.26 10.95 +.58
Amazon 17198 35.98 35.19 35.72 -.03
Amdocs 1605 29.85 29.19 29.76 *
AmHess 1017 91.70 90.71 91.30 +.13
Ameren 904 50.80 50.40 50.49 -.01
AMoviIL 3742 58.95 55.65 56.16 +.71
AmWest 779 537 5.14 5.19 *
AEagleO 1826 5432 52.00 54.13 +1.06
AEP 1421 35.87 35.43 35.65 +.03
AmExp 3703 56.00 55.34 55.82 +.41
AmlntGp 6040 67.65 66.24 67.52 +1.24
APwCnv 7629 25.00 2120 23.00 +2.19
AmRepro n 7476 14.60 13.00 13.75 *
AmStd s 1109 45.38 4428 45.25 +.94
AmTower 1484 18.08 17.77 18.03 +20
Amedicdt 902 2520 24.65 24.85 +.08
AmerisBrg 2108 60.80 58.52 59.60 -.38
AmrTrde 7396 11.85 11.39 11.55 -.45
Ameteks 872 40.10 38.17 39.57 +1.21
Amgen 7704 6324 61.66 62.75 +.61
AmkorT 1278 4.80 4.45 4.76 +26
AmSouth 806 25.67 25.01 25.66 +.46
Amsurgs 1729 24.16 23.75 24.14 +.19
Amylin 1115 2337 22.34 23.28 +.86
Anadrk 2908 67.40 65.65 66.20 -.89
AnmaogDev 5218 37.60 35.55 37.52 +220
Andrew 1895 12.84 12.53 12.65 -.06
AndrxGp 1135 22.06 21.34 22.00 +.52
Anheusr 3330 48.60 48.46 48.53 -.01
AnnTaylrs 4144 23.60 2232 22.91 +1.06
Annaly 1722 19.45 19.02 19.24 -.46
AonCorp 1683 22.78 2224 22.52 +.08
Apache 2009 55.56 54.90 55.13 -.24
Aptlnv 871 36.46 35.97 36.00 -.02
Aphton 929 3.14 2.74 3.06 +.38
ApolloG 1356 79.17 77.51 78.66 +.49
AppleC 9934 78.93 77.53 78.84 +1.03
AppIDigI rs 3377 5.30 4.80 530 +.68
ApldMati 45531 16.80 16.13 16.79 +63
AMCC 5908 3.56 3.43 352 +.06
Applix 2930 725 6.69 6.84 +1.64
Aquila 1450 3.76 3.67 3.75 +.05
ArchCoal 969 3934 37.77 38.40 -.10
ArchDan 2520 24.10 23.65 24.08 +.03
ArchstnSm 1197 35.18 34.67 35.14 +.66
Ariba rs 1583 9.76 9.50 9.64 -.04
ArmHId 1265 5.98 5.90 5.97 *
Arris 919 6.10 5.96 6.02 +.01
ArtTech 857 121 1.16 1.20 +.01
AscentSoft 6241 16.74 15.66 16.05+120
Askivs 18105 25.87 24.70 25.39 -155
Assurant 815 33.58 33.06 33.58 +.45
AtRoad 3951 555 4.83 4.91 -1.22
Atheros n 1191 12.05 11.28 11.87 +.64
Atmel 8177 335 3.17 3.35 +.14
ATMOS 384 28.65 2833 2856 +.26
Audible n 2172 2738 2555 26.58 -1.43
AutoNatn 1428 19.85 19.56 19.79 +.05
Autodsk s 3338 31.43 30.38 31.36 +38
AutoData 1993 44.15 43.50 44.15 +.04
AutoZone 1095 96.06 93.15 95.95 +2.60
Avanex 1632 1.93 1.82 1.86 .
Avaya 3115 1437 14.05 1430 +.13
AvidTch 1644 65.13 6125 64.75 +50
Avtar 2310 .13 .11 ,12 *
Avnet 1800 1820 17.62 18.13 +56
Avones 2084 45.07 44.34 45.07 +.63
Axcelis 1739 8.61 7.49 8.58 +.87
Aztar 933 3020 29.10 30.07 +.97

BB&TCp 1086 40.07 39.62 40.06 +30
BEA Sys 5373 8.94 8.73 8.85 +.16
BHP BIILt 1333 26.10 25.80 25.90 -20
B Svcs 3188 46.65 45.92 46.15 -.03
BMC Sit 4280 15.59 15.08 15.57 +.52
BP PLC 3456 61.08 60.57 60.88 +39
BTGrp 56 39.83 3930 39.59 +.84
BakrHu 1946 44.73 43.74 4420 -.18
BkofAms 7357 46.90 46.30 46.89 +.49
8kNY 3617 30.08 29.43 30.08 +.59
Banknorth 946 3624 35.85 36.07 +.11
BarnNbl s 824 34.52 33.75 34.40 +.48
BarrPhm s 1098 46.71 45.0 46.22 -.94
BarrickG 1224 21.93 21.59 21.90 -.02
Baxter 2894 3529 3427 35.10 +.62
BeaconP 6501 .96 .80 .87 +.04
BearSt 930 103.11 101.10 102.95 +2.05
BeadrngPt 1416 7.86 7.T77 7.86 *
BeazrHm 985 163.90 157.25 163.09 +6.48
BeckCoul 948 70.09 68.50 70.09 +.19
BectDck 1046 59.38 58.59 59.28 -.15
BedBath 2997 40.49 39.75 40.46 +.53
BellSouth 5856 26.94 26.39 26.75 +.51
BemaGold 3270 2.80 2.68 2.72 -.06
BestBuy 2553 56.19 55.23 55.90 +.59
Beverly 6399 12.10 11.81 11.90 +.04
BigLots 1322 12.64 1227 12.58 -.01
Bioenvsn 786 8.03 7.85 8.01 +.06
Biogenldc 3516 66.99 64.87 66.95 +1.77
Bioject 1243 2.15 1.70 1.92 +.38
Biomet 2519 45.71 44.29 45.60 +122
Blopure 4433 .50 .48 .49 +.01
BlackO 1112 85.14 83.06 85.00+1.58
BlockHR 2751 47.45 47.01 4723 -22
Blockbstr 2062 9.93 9.60 9.88 +.11
Boeing 3277 52.90 51.90 52.58 +.58
BostonScI 4325 34.42 34.01 34.12 -.29
Bowatr 895 4020 38.85 40.12 +127
Brightpnt 803 20.75 19.02 20.00 +1.43
Brinker 465 38.70 38.20 38.65 +.31


Vol. High Low Close Chg.
BrMySq 4072 24.15 23.72 24.12 +28
Brdcom 13598 32.40 30.67 3221 +1.68
Broadwing 1359. 623 5.98 6.10 *
BrcdeCm 4728 620 6.03 6.12 +.04
Brunswick 827 47.08 46.04 47.08 +.57
BucyrsAn 851 41.14 38.42 38.87 -.77
BurlNSF 1733 4757 47.11 47.51 +.12
BurlRscs 2890 44.80 43.99 4435 -.15

CDW Corp 882 59.83 5838 59.83 +1.17
CIGNA 1075 8337 81.80 83.18 +1.26
CIT Gp 1128 42.09 41.11 41.98 +30
CMGI 5639 2.04 1.96 2.04 +.03
CMS Eng 1384 1136 11.02 1136 +.22
CNET 4513 10.15 9.77 10.11 +.30
CSG Sys 973 18.07 1737 18.05 +.62
CSX 1155 39.68 3925 39.45 +.11
CTI Mole 1129 1I.47 17.08 18.02 +.41
CV Thera 899 22.52 21.12 22.42 +.95
CVS Cp 3403 50.01 48.85 49.85 +.66
CablvsnNY 1190 27.63 27.06 2732 +.04
Cadence 3579 14.02 1330 13.95 +.40
Caesars 4935 2022 19.89 2021 +.26
CallGolf 956 1350 13.02 13.50 +.41
Calpine 5432 3.65 3.54 3.65 +.06
Cameco gs 2173 38.87 37.50 38.46 +.98
CampSp 917 29.49 29.03 2920 -.12
CanArgon 988 1.51 1.47 1.49 -.01
CapOne 1360 78.92 78.10 78.83 +.41
Cardima 1051 39 37 38 +.01
CardnlHith 9153 59.13 5525 58.18 -1.91
CareerEd 1188 40.87 39.94 40.65 +.43
CaremkRx 1407 40.25 39.57 40.16 +.19
CarMax 1987 34.13 32.66 33.05 -.30
Carnival 1861 56.51 55.1 56.51 +.48
CarolinaGp 781 34.50 32.06 33.50 +1.52
Caterpillr 3012 92.19 90.99 91.90 +.10
Celanese n 853 16.07 16.00 16.04 +.03
CeleraGno 462 13.17. 12.94 13.06. -.08
Celesticg 1395 14.03 13.45 14.00. +.44
Celgenes .987 28.00. 2724 27.90 +.66
CellThera 1491 10.00 9.43 9.99 +.62
Cendant 3391 22.55 2230 22.42 -.02
CenterPnt 1983 11.94 11.76 11.91 p +21
Centexs 2592 65.10 62.43 65.05 +3.49
CntryTel 1925 33.83 32.87 33.73 +.24
Ceradyne s 477 33.87 32.75 33.55 +.35
Cerner 1149 53.18 5130 52.67 +2.23
ChartCm 9480 1.77 1.65 1.74 +.06
ChkPoint 3870 2520 24.57 24.95 +.20
ChkFree 2031 40.76 3931 40.05 +.44
EhesEng 3156 1830 17.85 18.22 +.40
ChevTexs 5251 56.75 55.77 56.74 +.50
ChiMerc 1223 206.03 194.01 204.95 +9.74
ChicosFAS 944 52.71 51.93 52.10 +.20
ChinaUni 849 8.43 8.26 8.42 +38
Chiron 1323 33.63 32.62 33.55 +N4
Chubb 1084 77.82 75.95 77.60 +1.06
CienaCp 11393 2.84 2.52 2.70 +.06
Cimarex 1191 35.09 34.71 34.87 -.19
CinciBell 497 4.43 431 4.43 +.08
CINergy 819 40.59 40.12 40.54 +.27
Cintas 1426 44.98 4433 44.81 +30
CircCity 800 14.59 14.33 1457 +25
Cirrus 844 5.18 4.90 5.15 +.14
Cisco 74572 17.92 17.58 17.90 +38
Citigrp 13833 49.79 49.14 49.78 +.63
CitzComm 2286 13.72 1355 13.65 +.08
CitrixSy 1608 22.12 21.61 22.03 +.14
ClearChan 3251 3337 32.53 3332 +.62
ClevClfs 801 66.96 64.01 66.46 +56
Cloroi 916 59.29 58.50 58.60 -.41
Coach 1250 5622 5532 55.60 -.73
CocaCI 7649 42.51 41.56 42.47 +.73
CocaCE 3882 2336 22.60 23.05 +.35
Coeur 2009 3.62 3.53 3.55 -.04
CogTech s 865 3835 37.06 3830 +.81
ColgPal 3710 54.94 54.24 54.83 +.05
CollgFdSv n 785 16.36 14.63 1625 +1.65
CollAlk 780 3.15 2.76 2.95 -21
ColumLab 125 228 2.17 2.18 -.03
Colmbus 825 11.81 10.55 1125 +28
Comcast 7073 32.18 31.89 32.13 +.02
Comcsp 5410 31.58 3132 3153 -.05
CmclMtIs 897 30.13 29.05 30.00 +S0
CmtyHIt 939 30.62 29.82 30.60 +.66
CVRDs 2661 30.18 29.29 29.69 -.17
CVRDpfs 889 25.27 24.80 24.95 +.03
CompAs 4019 27.88 2733 27.84 +24
CompSci 974 5221 5127 52.18 +.87
Compuwre 2146 731 6.96 729 +28
Comvers 2310 23.00 22.10 22.96 +.59
ConAgra 1591 28.81 28.40 28.74 +.13
Conexant 5997 1.60 1.53 1.58 +.05
ConocPhil 3077 9628 95.04 9622 +.37
ConsolEgy 1198 43.98 42.66 43.68 +1.04
ConEd 996 44.19 43.65 44.19 +.59
ConstellEn 1227 51.45 5021 51.40+1.28
CtlAir B 1265 10.91 10.54 10.84 +.18
CoopCam 913 58.49 57.60 58.49 +.49
Cooperlnds 408 70.78 69.65 70.40 +.39
Coors B 2955 78.12 74.84 75.75 -25
Corgentch n 937 6.96 635 6.51 -.45
CorinthC s 2002 19.71 18.91 19.69 +.75
Codrio 2992 2.80 2.78 2.78 -.01
Coming 8554 1132 11.01 1132 +27
Costco 3437 46.82 45.92 46.18 -.09
CntwdFn s 4499 37.01 35.50 36.93 +121
Coventry 1021 58.09 57.46 58.03 +57
Crayinc 3403 3.63 332 352 -.13
CredSys 915 8.09 7.73 7.98 +.21
Cree Inc 2349 23.95 23.49 23.90 +.12
Creolnc 1440 16.24 16.18 16.19 +.01
Crompton 1200 1231 12.14 1228 +.04
CrownHold 904 14.50 14.14 14.46 +.11
Cummins 965 74.00 72.03 73.99+1.74
CumMed 1259 13.73 13.47 13.63 -.15
Cyberonic 4279 4033 38.16 39.78 +.77
CypSem 8184 12.44 11.40 1229 +.89
Cytogenrs 116 12.05 11.63 11.90 +.25
C 2c 1388 26.09 2527 2551 -.57

DHB Inds 1012 16.39 16.02 16.22 +.22
DJIADiam 6286 107.21 105.76 107.00 +1.10
DR Hortn 3806 43.84 41.12 43.84 +3.23
DRDGOLD 1986 126 122 122 -.03
Danahers 946 55.70 5450 5559 +1.14
DanlHd 1128 13.80 12.71 1335 +.54
Danka 1524 2.70 2.20 228 -34
Darden 2234 28.56 28.05 28.19 -1.05
DaVita s 835 41.60 41.16 4135 -.05
Deere 2201 70.87 68.58 6935 -.95
Dellinc 10464 41.60 41.00 4151 +.34
Delphi 2126 7.64 7.45 7.63 +.18
DeltaAir 3376 5.66 5.26 5.64 +26
Dendrite 937 17.95 15.92 17.65 -.17
DevonEs 4059 40.90 40.57 40.72 -.72
DiaOffs 1140 46.58 45.44 45.70 -.04
DigitAngel 1299 5.77 5.10 5.58 +.66
DigRiver 999 40.48 39.10 39.97 +.87
Dillards 1576 26.20 25.69 25.92 -.06
DirecTV 2013 14.79 14.68 14.74 *
Disney 9067 29.36 28.67 2931 +.51
DollarG 3239 22.70 22.16 2250 +.21
DlIrTree 1338 27.79 2736 27.47 +.07
DomRes 1705 69.94 69.19 69.89 +1.07
DmRsBW 24 37.75 37.40 37.55 +.05
DonlleyRR 912 3423 33.86 3420 +.29
DoralFin 1543 44.18 43.50 43.66 +.17
DotHill 4426 5.77 5.42 5.70 -.66
DbleCIck 6896 7.75 6.90 752 -.57
Dover 1591 37.89 3732 37.82 +.43
DowChm 3177 51.80 51.00 51.73 +.58
DryShipsn 1472 21.45 19.92 20.79 +.59
DuPont 2668 48.72 48.06 48.71 +.61
DukeEgy 3675 27.73 27.11 27.70 +.53
Dyneg 978 4.74 4.65 4.71 +.03

ETrade 6108 1336 12.93 13.00 -39
e8ay 26326 77.10 74.92 75.88 -134
EMCCp 16701 1321 12.61 13.15 +.55
EOGRes 1574 77.74 76.16 76.65 -.63
ESS Tech 964 5.12 5.03 5.05 -.03
EagleBbnd 1155 .50 .47 .49 +.01
ErthLink 1782 1037 10.15 1031 +.12
EastChm 999 5421 53.80 5421 +31


NYSE NASDAQ AMEX
Preo. Prev. Prev.
Today day Today day Today day
Advanced 657 341 Advanced 2103 1265 Advanced 657 341
Declined 284 535 Decrined 1015 1804 Decined 284 535
Unchanged 65 103 Unchanged 128 148 unchanged 65 103
New Highs 68 37 New Highs 156 119 New Highs 68 37
New Lows 12 14 New Lows 34 46 New Lows 12 14
Adv.volume 1,551,694 77920 AdY. volume 1,471,512 508,477 Ady.volume 186,28 45,511
Dec volume 4583191,122.689 DecL volume 419,5151,429,870 Decl.volume 35,070 147,717
TO. voL (00) 2,063,6081,931,661 Tt.vol. (000) 1913,691166,5604 Tt.vol. (000) 227,808 203,292

Most Widely Held U.S. Stocks


Performance of the 15 issues with the most shareholders:
Stock Div. PE Sales High Low CIl
VerizonCm 1.54 31.0 83201 36.88 36.03 36
BellSouth 1.08 10.0 58565 26.94 26.39 26
Exxon 1.08 14.0 166355 55.32 54.28 55
GM 2.00 6.0 44159 37.41 36.96 37
General Electric .88f 23.0 170709 36.33 36.02 36
IBM .72 19.0 36833 94.74 93.00 94
SBC Communications 1.29f 13.0 127012 24.66 24.41 24
Sears .92 32.0 44178 52.30 50.80 52


DOW JONES INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE
Daily closes for the past year.
12500 1 . . 3
1 Friday

close 10716.13
lo e ....


SVol. High Low Close Chg.
EKodak 2262 3437 33.58 3432 +.62
Eatonis 826 68.89 67.90 68.60 +.80
EchoStar 1500 3030 29.61 3030 +35
Edisonint 957 32.90 3230 32.90 +.43
ElPasoCp 4439 11.49 1120 11.45 +.25
Elan 2629 28.49 27.81 28.05 +.15
ElectArts 5624 6824 64.98 68.12 +3.12
EDS 2891 21.15 20.90 21.11 -.05
EmrsnEl 1308 69.00 6.15 68.73 +24
Emulex 2576 17.49 16.70 17.45 +.54
EncysiveP 976 10.93 1029 10.87 +28
ENSCO 2888 36.93 35.90 36.24 +.63
Enterasys 1631 130 123 124 -.02
EpicorSft 981 15.03 1424 14.97 +.46
Equifax 1267 31.03 30.00 31.01 +.71
EqOffPT 4786 29.61 28.61 29.40 +1.13
EqtyRsd 2378 3228 3124 32.21 +.45
EricsnTI 2666 29.52 29.15 29.51 +.47
eSpeed 2279 12.00 10.62 11.91 +1.09
EsteeLdr 1100 4539 44.84 4539 +.40
EvrgrSIr 5935 525 5.00 5.00 -30
Exelhns 1838 45.79 4535 45.75 +.45
ExtNetw 1476 632 6.009 6.23 +.08
ExxonMbl 16635 5532 5428 5529 +77
Eetech 894 36.87 34.56 36.531 +1.53

F5 Netw 1224 48.49 46.30 48.07 +1.12
FEI Co 783 23.90 23,01 23.88 +.83
FLIRSyss 847 31.48 30.63 31.40 +27
FairchIdS 2480 14.99 14.15 14.99 +.89
FairPoint6n 914 180.55 17.80 18.05 *
FamDIr 986 34.90 34.40 34.80 +25
FanniMae 3286 6525 64.02 65.14 +1.12
FedExCp 3450 9636 94.54 9636 +1.93
FedrDS 1016 58.85 58.00 58.62 +.45
FidelFin 1489 45.24 44.69 44.91 -.08
FifthThird 2424 48.10 4720 48.09 +.73
FirstData 3335 41.39 40.65 4136 +.48
FstHorizon 1201 43.90 43.10 43.56 +.75
FirstEngy 889 4024 39.87 40.15 +32
Fiserv 2037 39.17 38.40 39.17 +.69
FishrSci 1836 64.55 62.81 6427 +1.44
Flextrn 4876 14.15 13.75 14.14 +.38
Fruor 1462 60.40 55.75 59.84 +2.91
FLYI 1038 1.91 1.79 1.88 +.03
FordM 5661 1326 13.15 1322 +.11
ForestLab 3007 42.60 41.36 41.50 -1.02
ForestOil 1292 35.65 34.65 35.65 +1.00
ForgntNtw 1719 3.11 2651 2.96 +27
Forward 1488 8.64 7.60 7.75 -.45
Foundry 3247 10.2 2 .84 10.18 +27
Fox Ent 3672 34.12 33.45.' 34.05 +.65
FrankRes 794 68.51 66.97 6838 +124
FredMac 2571 6726 66.43 67.01 +.66
FMCG 2120 37.70 36.58 37.13 -24
Freescalen 1304 17.83 16.85 17.83 +.97
FreescBn 1545 18.14 17.02 18.14+1.00
Fremont 791 25.04 24.47 24.75 -25
FriedBR 2675 19.47 18.99 19.10 -36
Frontline s 1590 48.49 46.96 4739 -1.78
FuliPh 90 37.97 37.36 37.88 +.78
Fu lerHB 112 26.57 26.12 26.52 +.01
Ftrmdia 781 .83 .77 .79 -.03

G-111 1 8.03 7.78 7.92 +.14
Gannett 825 80.99 79.60 80.64 +.78
Gap 4794 21.86 21.33 2139 -.02
Gateway 6188 4.94 436 4.91 +.46
Gemstar 1625 5.67 5.49 5.60 -.02
GenPrbe 846 49.54 47.90 49.54 +1.69
GenCorp 981 18.55 18.43 18.55 +.05
GeneLTc 1117 1.05 .96 .98 -.02
Genentchs 3343 47.95 46.92 47.71 +.96
Genlec 17070 3633 36.02 36.25 +.f8
GnGrthPrp 860 34.43 33.62 34.17 +.57
GnMadit 795 49.05 47.46 47.96 +.18
GenMills 3681 53.10 52.83 53.00 -.08
GnMotr 4415 37.41 36.96 3722 -.09
GMdb32B 1015 2238 22.17 2234 +.09
GM db33 817 2534 25.06 2526 +.14
Genlyte 116 87.76 85.90 86.98 +.54
Genta 1592 1 1.46 1.49 +.01
Genzyme 2444 60.67 58.46 60.42 +1.87
GaGulf 1143 51.60 5024 50.480 -227
GaPacif 2415 35.69 34.0 35.20 +.85
GeronCp 1032 8.05 7.72 8.00 +28
GileadScist 4387 3335 3229 3326 +.98
Gillette 10068 50.47 49.52 49.75 -.65
Glamis 1032 16.36 15.85 1636 +.46
GlaxoSKIn 940 45.67 4535 45.54 +.89
GtobalSFe 1984 36.00 35.19 35.44 -.17
Goldcrp g 1071 14.02 13.75 13.89 -.07
GoldStrg 6196 3.21 2.90 3.05 -23
GoldWFs 952 66.94 6630 66.94 +.43
GoldmanS 3689 11033 108.71 110.02 +128
Goodrich 930 34.70 34.15 34.50 +.16
Goodyear 10292 15.59 14.30 14.42 -1.58
Googlen 14741 207.75 202.60 204.36 -650
GrantPrde 786 21.07 2055 20.67 -.07
GrtrBay 929 26.13 25.62 25.90 -29
GreyWolf 4388 5.62 5.40 5.60 +21
GpoTMM A 789 331 3.10 3.28 -.02
Gtechs 782 2438 24.00 2432 +27
Guldant 1135 72.86 72.46 72.86 +.15
Gurunetn 1775 2325 17.16 22.98 +5.99
G re b 1e 168 12.23 11.70 12.11 +.13

HCA Inc 3048 45.70 44.90 45.70 +.76
Hallibtn 4541 42.12 4151 41.97 +.19
HancFab 92 8.96 8.88 8.93 +.05
Harken 977. .46 .44 .45 *
HarleyD 913 6138 60.92 6127 +.24
Harmonic 1223 .40 10.98 11.39 +.27
HarmonyG 1440 8.09 7.88 8.09 +.09
HarrahE 1361 6730 65.65 67.23 +120
HarrisInt 7547 6.00 4.71 5.18 -1.98
HartfdFn 2058 7125 6926 71.17 +1.86
Hasbro 907 20.53 2020 20.40 +.13
HawaiiEls 174 29.76 29.44 29.76 +33
HIthCPs 961 2634 26.05 2620 +20
HItMgt 2551 22.90 22.13 22.88 +.62
HealthNet 1162 29.74 2.84 28.95 -.75
Heinz 1035 38.00 37.71 38.00 +.09
Hersheys 1257 6025 59.84 6025 +.39
HewittAsc 1538 31.43 28.90 31.28 +2.19
HewlettP 9116 2051 19.81 20.45 +.55
Hilton 2392 22.10 21.68 22.08 +33
HlywdE 2165 14.39 14.10 14.5 -.12
HomeDp 7046 42.43 41.45 42.42 +.85
HomeBnc n 2868 9.39 9.00 930 +.06
HomeStore 7376 3.14 2.43 3.00 +.61
HonwlllntI 4805 38.04 37.49 37.85 +37
HrznOff 2851 134 125 129 +.07
HospIran 911 29.38 28.64 28.70 -30
HostMarr 1761 1625 15.96 1625 +26
HotTopic 1655 20.86 20.08 20.75 +.44
HovnanEs 1128 56.64 53.90 5650+3.08
HumGen 885 12.68 1224 12.68 +36
Humana 1565 34.70 33.94 34.65 +.40
Hurray! n 7001 10.90 10.16 1025
Hytare 2882 4.94 4.46 4.46 -1.00

IAC Interac 2954 24.56 23.82 24.42 +.42
ICOS 1186 24.92 23.75 24.66 +.36
ICTS Intl 1056 3.40 2.85 3.23 +.48
iShBrazil 1216 22.74 22.31 2250 +39
IShJapin 6659 10.59 1052 10.58 +.04
IShMalasla 777 721 7.14 7.18 -.03
iSh20OTB 2684 92.94 92.46 92.65 +127
iSh EAFE 792 158.44 157.47 15835 +.81
IShNqBio 1332 73.05 71.00 72.93 +1.97
iShR2000G 1934 65.94 64.85 65.82 +.79
IShRs2000 8792 127.06 125.06 126.78 +134
IShREst 1674 117.19 116.01 117.00 +1.65
Icoria 1210 .74 .65 .73 +.05
Identix 852 6.73 6.33 6.48 +.12
IkonOffSol 1004 10.90 10.65 10.78 +.12
ITW 839 8750 8655 8750 +34
Imax Cp 2757 11.46 10.74 11.30 +.98
Imclone 1478 4339 4151 42.87 +1.09
ImunoGn 240 759 6.93 7.56 +50
ImpacMtg 1203 22.69 22.13 22.41 *
INCO 1138 34.99 34.16 3434 -55
InfoSpce 2075 45.61 4424 45.02 -23
Informalt 834 836 8.12 8.30 +.17
IngerRd 1499 80.88 78.54 80.78 +1.70
Innovo 2377 4.42 3.85 4.42 +.62
Instinet 2578 6.50 6.09 632 +.17
IntegClrc 1577 18.71 18.40 18.57 +.10
IntgDv 2985 12.00 11.41 11.99 +.48
Intel 66763 23.02 2237 23.00 +.62
IntrNAP 1449 .71 .66 .67 -.04
IBM 3683 94.74 93.00 94.51 +.97
IntlGame 3516 31.54 3121 31.40 -.01
IntPap 4204 40.14 39.10 39.54 +25
Intffect 1372 41.40 39.70 41.40 +1.75


Vol. High Low Close Chg.
IntlSteel 1010 40.80 40.34 40.55 +.06
IntntSec 815 21.49 20.68 2128 +.52
Interpublic 3642 13.45 13.18 1338 +20
Intersil 2158 16.49 15.65 16.44 +.68
Intuit 1576 38.78 37.70 38.34 +.60
InvFnSv 1787 5325 50.71 53.11+230
IvaxCps 1501 15.99 15.74 15.97 +31
Ixia 3135 18.11 16.26 18.10 +2.69

j2Glob 1252 36.00 34.66 35.80 +1.81
JDS Uniph 48907 2.05 1.98 2.00 +.01
JPMorgCh 10381 37.74 37.40 37.69 +30
Jabil 1194 23.73 22.75 23.71 +.82
JanusCap 3289 14.57 14.20 1429 -.20
JetBlue 1188 20.50 20.12 2032 +.13
Johnin 4685, 66.24 65.46 66.24 +59.
JoyGIbIs 906, 30.85 29.17 29.87 -.18


KB Home 1881 116.68 112.60 116.2 +422
KLATnc 7531 48.82 46.26 48.75 +237
Kellogg 1877 44.59 44.30 44.45 +.17
KerrMc 3661 63.63 62.55 63.63 +.96
K 1558 33.92 33.50 33.92 +.29
KimbClk 1457 66.96 66.28 66.90 +32
Kinross g 1202 6.31 6.15 6.27 -.06
Kmart 2897 104.05 99.45 103.93 +3.93
KnightR 670 65.62 6432 65.57 +.49
KnghtTWd 1859 10.21 9.97 1021 +.08
KOhls 2089 4721 46.80 47.05 -20
KongZhgn- 1083 10.51 9.90 10.32 -.04
Kraft 3070 34.30 33.70 33.98 -.02
KrspKrm 6325 7.90 7.30 7.50 -.40
Kroger 2272 17.22 16.98 17.19 +.01


L-3Com 1397 71.59 7020 71.49 +.34
LSI Log 5288 6.05 5.81 6.03 +.22
LTX 1443 5.72 5.52 5.59 +.06
LaZBoy 894 14.29 14.05 1428 +.13
LaQulnta 1112 0.94 8.78 8.85 +.11
LabrRdy 814 1821 17.76 18.15 +25
LaBrch 937 10.13 9.74 10.04 +23
LamRsch 3004 28.99 27.13 28.96+1.61
Landrys 2474 33.00 29.05 31.95 +3.54
LVSands n 1207 48.00 45.90 47.62 +1.87
LeggMass 1411 79.76 76.93 79.68+3.00
LehmBr,. 1741 ; 93.65 92.05 593.55 +1.50,
LehBr 07 n 1380 28.20 27.86 289.20 +:10
LennarA 3530 6022 57.79 59.61 +2.47
LeucNati s 1001 36.70 35.15 36.55 +1.56
Level3 19908 3.17 2.93 3.11 +.17:
LexarMd 2821 3.84 3.65 3.70 +.02
LibtyMA 7245 10.48 10.33 10.48 +.11
Lfecore 849 17.35 15.12 17.01 +1.81
LifePoint 1156 .17 .16 .16 *
Ligand 8 968 10.97 10.54 10.91 +36
UllyEli 2159 55.35 54.50 55.03 +.16
Limited 2170 24.31 23.82 2431 +.56
LincNat 967 47.34 46.66 46.99 -.14
UnearTch 5900 38.07 36.97 37.91 +.71
LockhdM 2485 58.28 57.65 57.65 -.67
Loews 912 71.78 69.19 70.80 +1.80
LoneStTch 905 4339 41.37 42.75 +.75
LookSmart 1482 121 1.16 1.16 -.01
Loudeye 2909 1.66 1.53 1.61 +.07
LaPac 1765 27.64 26.44 27.49 +1.11
LowesCos 2513 58.65 5728 58.65 +138
Lucent 45585 324 3.14 322 +.03
Lyondell 1992 31.19 30.51 30.75 +21

M-SysFD 2825 23.00 20.90 22.93 +1.87
MBNA 4205 27.16 26.85 27.10 +33
MCF Corp 1219 1.89 1.70 1.86 +.15
MCI Incn 14278 21.04 2027 21.03 +.88
MEMC 1828 11.85 11.61 11.63 -.42
MGI Phrs 1862 23.44 2231 23.16 +.76
MGM Mr 1693 78.87 75.16 78.00 +225
mmO2plc 44 22.90 22.63 22.88 +28
Macrmdia 1252 35.65 34.50 35.65 +.98
MagnHunt 2450 14.45 1426 1428 -.07
Malaysa 9 638 6.30 6.36 +.05
ManorCare 3551 34.49 3226 32.42 -2.03
Manpwl 1274 44.85 43.86 44.83 +.97
Marathon 1642 40.73 40.10 40.50 -.09
MarintA 1105 65.55 63.89 65.55 +1.42
MarshM 2154 32.49 31.82 32.32 +33
Martek 4035 65.29 59.05 6525 +7.50
MStewrt 2804 36.53 34.85 35.99+153
MarvellTs 3561 34.15 32.68 34.14+1.77
Masco 2175 38.09 37.43 38.03 +.72
MasseyEn 1965 40.73 39.45 40.00 +38
Mattel 1914 20.39 20.03 20.39 +37
Maxim 6042 40.50 38.89 40.46 +1.62
Maxtor 7933 5.56 5.00 5.54 +.65
MayDS 2624 33.74 33.08 33.72 +37
Maytag 1683 15.46 15.15 15.42 +26
McDerl 1007 18.88 1829 1.40 +.01
McDnlds 5065 32.60 31.80 32.57 +.51
McKesson 3033 36.73 35.50 36.30 -.30
McLeooA 2147 .51 .47 .47 -.03
McAfee 1414 26.34 25.27 2634 +.94
McDataA 840 426 4.15 4.16 -.02
MeadWvco 1352 29.52 28.90 29.44 +.57
Medlmun 3158 24.84 2423 24.54 +.12
Medarex 822 9.92 9.40 9.92 +.45
MedcoHlth 1585 43.92 42.85 43.92 +1.02
Mdcore 139 8.50 7.90 8.38 -.08
Medtrnic 3954 53.40 52.26 53.34 +.95
MellonFnc 1195 29.99 2925 29.94 +.58
Mentor 834 36.15 34.83 35.80 +1.05
Merck 8663 28.47 28.22 28.35 -.06
Mercintr 3414 48.85 47.25 48.52 -.42
MerrilLyn 5015 60.75 59.38 60.69 +1.25
MesaAlr 830 7.60 735 7.49 +.18
MetLife 2995 40.68 39.74 40.52 +.82
MIchStrs 1087 33.00 31.89 32.65+122
Micrel 1081 9.24 8.70 9.21 +.55
Microchp 1801 27.80 26.51 27.79 +1.28
MicronT 6280 11.16- 10.84 11.10 +25
MIcSemI s 793 16.00 15.42 15.87 +.31
Microsoft 59104 26.37 26.14 26.32 +.14
MicroStr 850 76.25 73.30 76.15 +2.09
MIIIPhar 5210 9.07 8.84 8.97 +.08
MillerHer 1275 28.87 27.77 28.77 +.75
Mindspeed 1786 2.40 2.20 2.39 +22
MoblIeTels 2513 36.95 35.40 36.71 +1.50
Molexf & 854 28.92 27.88 28.66 +36
Monsnto 2584 57.48 55.87 57.41 +1.76
MnstrWw 1348 29.14 28.55 29.11 +.25
MorgStan 4887 58.70 5735 58.68+150
Motorola 7872 16.40 16.00 1626 +27
MultimGs 960 8.76 8.53 8.71 +.05
MylanLab 1234 16.32 16.12 1626 +.10

NCRCps 2486 36.87 35.84 36.87 +.97
Nabors 2078 52.75 51.21 52.35 +.76
Napster 1695 9.65 9.10 9.64 +.26
NasdIOOTr 95314 37.82 37.15 37.75 +.60
NatlCity 1737 36.08 35.82 36.02 +.14
NatOilwl 1776 38.86 37.93 38.45 -.04
NatSemis 9247 18.32 16.72 18.32 +1.70
Nautilus 1115 23.99 2226 23.77 +1.23
Navarre 848 11.80 11.05 11.33 +.14
NektarTh 1728 19.16 18.02 18.95 +.87
Netease 847 45.25 43.11 43.49 -.26
Netllixs 1023 1220 11.72 12.02 +.12
NetwkAp 2920 32.11 30.82 31.92 +.87
NwCentFn 5396 55.25 51.10 52.59 -1.66
NY Cmty s 2521 17.93 17.04 17.39 -.43
NewellRub 1592 22.50 21.92 22.45 +.42
NewfExp 876 63.41 61.90 63.41 +1.32
NewmtM 4581 41.39 40.55 41.38 +.50
NewsCpA n 18025 17.06 16.72 17.05 +.35
NewsCpB n 6789 17.72 1734 17.70 +.38
NexteIC 15184 29.87 2932 29.80 +.45
NextlPrt 797 19.96 19.70 19.90 +.16
NiSource 2227 23.12 22.85 23.08 +.11
NikeB 796 8725 86.65 87.04 +.44
NobleCorp 2202 56.29 54.65 54.92 +.41
NobleEngy 1364 60.04 59.28 59.80 +.01
NokiaCp 10574 15.77 15.43 15.74 +.16
Nordstr 988 50.76 49.93 50.21 -.42
NorflkSo 1389 35.30 34.28 35.20 +.94
NortelN If 12362 310 3.14 3.17 *
NoFrkBcs 1477 30.00 29.64 30.00 +.27
NoestUt 960 19.49 18,73 19.45 +55
NOron gn 2405 2.85 2.75 2.77 -.04
NorTrst 1730 4439 43.40 4433 +.84
NthfldLb 2123 18.37 15.80 17.90 +1.29
NorthrpG s 1702 52.55 52.07 5226 +.08
NwstAid 1712 7.85 7.60 7.69 -.06
Novartis 1317 47.85 47.56 47.84 -.07
NovaStar 1103 43.28 42.03 42.13 -1.15
Novatel 1218 24.20 22.82 23.01 -.13


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Altria 20548700 67.00+326
Texinst 20209300 24.75 +1.62
TimeWarn 19732000 18.04 -.12
Schwab 18936300 1038 -32
NewsCpAnl8025200 17.05 +35
SpmtFON 17746500 24.55 -.05
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ResMed 60.42 +7.43 +14.0
CurtWrt 5925 +7.15 +13.7
Maxtor 5.54 +.65 +133
Templ pfD 61.20 +7.15 +13.2
CurtW B 58.10 +6.74 +13.1
Landrys 31.95 +3.54 +12.5
Gateway 4.91 +.46 +10.3
NatSemis 18.32 +1.70 +10.2


Losers
Name Last Chg %Chg
Hyprcm 4.46 -1.00 -183
5itel 2.08 -.37 -15.1
Allilmag 12.04 -1.71 -12.4
Goodyear 14.42 -1.58 -9.9
CNH Gbl 16.70 -1.44 -7.9
TitanMti wi 27.87 -2.08 -6.9
CollAik 2.95 -.21 -6.6
HangrOrth 6.47 -.43 -6.2
ManorCare 32.42 -2.03 -5.9
AGCO 19.50 -1.15 -5.6


NASDAQ

Most Active
Name Volume Ci. %Chg
NasdlOOTr95314900 37.75 +.60
Cisco 74572400 17.90 +.38
Intel 66763500 23.00 +.62
Microsoft 59104500 26.32 +.14
JDS Uniph 48907100 2.00 +.01
SunMicro 45816700 4.32 +.06
ApIdMati 45531000 16.79 +.63
Oracle 35294400 13.66 +32
SiriusS 31028900 6.42 +.10
eBay 26326000 75.88 -1.34

Gainers
Name Last Chg %Chg
Applix 6.84 +1.64 +31.5
Astronics 6.49 +1.32 +25.5
HomeStore 3.00 +.61 +25.5
PegasCm 15.12 +3.00 +24.8
WtrsdCp 5.74 +1.09 +23.5
AmritrnsC 6.68 +1.17 +21.2
ICTS Intl 3.23 +.48 +17.5
Ixia 18.10 +2.69 +17.5
Innovo 4.42 +.62 +16.3
TractSupp 44.33 +5.77 +15.0

Losers
Name Last Chg %Chg
Hardslnt 5.18 -1.98 -27.7
AtRoad 4.91 -122 -19.9
LivePrsn 2.56 -.61 -19.2
Shop.com n 18.94 -4.26 -18.4
PortliSft If 2.59 -.55 -17.5
Sapient 6.77 -1.43 -17.4
SeaChng 13.92 -2.64 -15.9
ThrmWv 2.92 -.53 -15.4
Omnicell 6.92 -1.23 15.1
ZiLOG n 5.98 -1.01 -14.4


Vol. High Low Close Chg.
NvtiWrls 1199 12.00 1150 11.68 -.10
Novavax 1023 2.88 2.37 2.49 +.09
Novell 7312 5.90 5.71 5.78 -.02
Novlus 5633 2751 25.78 27.44 +1.49
Nucor s 3234 57.59 54.70 56.55 -.44
Nvidia 6690 25.86 24.39 25.79 +1.40

OMICp 2163 19.04 18.52 18.60 -.35
OSI Phrm 1166 63.72 62.90 6327 -.13
OcciPet 2572 61.00 59.65 59.94 -.62
OffcDpt 1482 17.93 17.69 17.88 +.10
OfficeMax 2210 31.05 30.15 30.95 +.91
OilSvHT 3355 92.16 90.56 91.26 +.40
OldRepub 959 23.94 23.33 23.93 +.58
Olin 1145 24.57 23.34 24.56 +.95
Omnicell 5934 721 5.62 6.92 -1.23
Omnlcom 1464 86.82 85.07 86.65 +1.21
OmniVisn s 1595 16.76 16.09 16.71 +.51
OnSmcnd 1075 3.79 3.50 3.77 +.20
On2 Tech 890 .95 .87 .92 +.04
OpnwVSy 1507 13.49 412.88 13.09 -.12
Oracle 35294 13.70 13.30 13.66 +.32
OreStI 902 24.44 23.50 24.30 +36
Overstk 4346 54.55 49.20 53.89'+5.29
Owensill 1625 24.90 24.42 24.87 +.37

PG&EOCp 1683 35.50 35.04 35.50 -.45
PHH Cp n 2608 21.60 20.10 21.30 +.96
PMC Sra 4750 10.44 9.91 10.35 +.43
PMIGrp 1117 39.04 38.30 38.70 -.36
PNC 921 5420 53.43 54.20 +.56
POSCO 1063 46.39 45.35 46.31 +.31
PPG 798 70.35 69.44 70.35 +.90
Paccar 783 71.90 70.04 71.79 +1.40
PacSunwr 1047 24.85 24.36 24.77 +.38
PacifCre 1547 62.20 6080 62.00 +15
Pactiv 1249 23.80 23.36 23.65 .804
palmOne 1284 25.66 25.17 25.27 -.03
ParPet 2196 6.19 5.65 6.07 +.50
ParmTc 2531 5.74 5.57 5.71 +.11
ParkHan 1381 66.86 65.92 66.64 +1.14
Patinas 2005 36.88 36.51 36.88 -.01
Patterson s 815 49.49 48.67 49.36 +.43
PattUTIs 2169 20.76 20.32 20.42 -.15
Paycheh x. 2297 30.41 29.89 29.94 -.32
PeabdyE 1135 89.45 85.69 87.74 +.03
Penney 2461 44.35 43.27 43.49 -.37
Pentairs 793 42.06 41.07 41.89 +1.00
iPepsiBott, 1153 28.10 27.45 28.02 +.59
PepsiCo 4488 55.40 54.00 55.31 +.98
PerryEIls,. :299 21.57 20.65 21.44 +.69
PetChina .913 56.6 56.30 56.65. +.85
Petrbrs 3020 43.30 42. 42.4 42.54 +15
PetrbrsA 2342 37.82 36.90 37.10 +10
PetsMart 1346 31.57 30.38 31.41 +.92
Pfizer 29382 24.41 23.93 24.23 +.32
Pharmos 5422 .98 .86 .89 -.08
PhelpD 3579 93.58 90.10 91.48 -1.16
PhilipsEl 1144 27.10 26.65 27.07 +.58
PinnaclA 782 11.06 10.69 10.92 +.20
PinWst 823 41.89 41.46 41.89 +.42
PioNtrl 1993 39.83 3930 39.71 +.28
Pxlwrks 1002 9.85 9.05 9.70 +56
PlacerD 1523 17.16 16.85 17.13 +.02
Polycom 2856 17.36 16.70 16.84 -.34
Power-One 1227 7.18 6.72 6.89 -.27
Praxair 1236 44.21 42.95 44.13 +1.14
Pridelnt 1613 24.39 23.82 24.09 +.01
PrimusT 1412 2.68 232 2.67 +.29
PrlinFncl 1081 41.59 41.00 41.45 -.11
ProctG s 10924 54.56 52.34 52.62 -.62
Prologis 848 39.40 38.80 39.13 +.63
ProtDsg 1024 20.30 19.90 20.25 +.30
Providian 1350 17.15 16.90 17.07 +.20
ProvHIth 826 22.86 22.68 22.86 +.11
Prudentl 1441 56.37 54.87 56.20 +1.09
PsycSol 921 40.42 38.70 38.97 +.09
PSEG 859 54.40 53.85 54.20 +.48
PuteHm 2994 70.85 66.76 70.72 +438

Qlogic 3798 40.64 39.08 40.61 +1.35
Qualcoms 10325 37.09 36.00 36.95 +.84
QstDiag 854 99.46 97.20 99.21 +1.96
QuestSftw 910 15.46 14.86 15.35 +.41
QuikslvRs 930 44.25 43.24 43.90 -.03
QwestCm 40724 4.87 4.33 4.85 +.45
RF MIcD 4372 5.75 5.48 5.74 +.24
RadiSys 897 16.20 15.13 1530 -1.78
Radian 1060 48.20 47.30 48.20 -.03
ROneD 2336 15.36 14.18 14.48 -.96
RadioShk 852 34.48 33.96 34.08 -.22
RaeSyst 862 6.59 6.22 6.30 -.20
Rambus 1658 17.79 17.23 17.71 +.19
Raytheon 1424 38.20 37.65 37.92 -.18
ReaderDig 907 16.86. 16.38 16.41 -.01
RedHat 3127 11.85 11.42 11.76 +.29
Redback 992 7.42 6.99 7.13 +.14
RegionsFn 1121 32.37 31.97 32.30 +.26
ReliantEn 1741 12.4 12.09 12.27 -.01
RschMots 6449 77.67 74.19 77.43 +2.61
ResMed 2140 61.05 56.37 60.42 +7.43
RetailHT 1198 99.54 98.70 99.47 +.79
ReynldsAm 3848 89.00 81.71 85.60 +3.69
RigsNt 950 21.43 21.00 21.25 -.60
RiteAid 3458 3.81 3.66 3.74 *
RobtHalf 1819 29.99 28.76 29.06 -.11
RockwlAut 1413 60.32 58.84 60.32 +1.49
RoHaas 1094 48.30 47.37 48.25 +.75
Rowan 2197 30.11 29.56 29.87 +.50
RylCarb 1946 48.40 47.81 48.27 +.47
RoylDut 1884 59.43 58.68 59.39 +1.24
Ryder 863 4550 44.75 45.02 -.91
Ryland s 1408 68.80 67.02 68.73 +2.18

SAP AG 1548 39.30 38.91 39.19 +.52
SBC Com 12701 24.66 24.41 24.60 -.02
SLMCp 1010, 51.40 50.67 51.12 +.34
SPX Cp 1304 45.12 43.10 44.19 +1.01
STMicro 1723 16.85 16.39 16.83 +.42
SabreHold 2325 21.23 20.80 20.94 -.68
Safeway 1735 19.19 18.92 19.00 -.19
SUoe 1148 73.49 69.90 73.25 +3.35
SUude s 2127 39.81 39.41 39.55 +.09
StPaulTrav 2538 38.73 3828 38.67 +.27
Salesforcn 840 14.08 13.30 14.06 +.69
SanDisks 4287 25.15 24.41 25.14 +.64
Sanmina 7180 6.17 5.96 6.12 +.12
Sanofi 1064 37.28 37.05 37.17 +.17
Sapient 10690 7.40 6.66 6.77 -1.43
Sappi 1267 12.40 12.20 12.33 +.06
SaraLee 3637 23.61 23.19 23.30 -.18
SavientPh 167 3.15 3.05 3.10 -.05
SaxonCpn 3558 20.37 19.15 19.29 -2.08
SchergPl 3122 19.18 18.83 19.07 +.07
Schimb 3566 71.48 .70.08 70.60 +.22
Schnitzers 791 35.69 34.13 35.17 +.04
Schwab 18936 10.61 10.15 10.38 -.32
SciGames 1099 2622 25.56 26.03 +.37
SciAtlanta 1141 31.06 30.23 31.06 +.61
SeaContA 2104 17.76 16.95 17.55 +.60
SeaChng 3872 14.18 13.46 13.92 -2.64
SeagateT 5082 17.71 17.04 17.68 +.61
Sears 4417 52.30 50.80 52.30 +.80
SeeBeyond 949 3.75 3.50 3.65 +.05
SelectMd 852 17.89 17.84 17.85 *
SemiHTr 29134 32.72 31.37 32.72 +1.47
SempraEn 1155 38.91 37.90 38.91 +.88
Semtech 1187 19.50 18.30 19.50 +1.20
Sepracor 3175 60.95 57.57 60.43 +2.64
Shanda n 6067 38.44 33.92 34.15 -.47
Shop.com n 2941 20.90 18.04 18.94 -4.26
SiRF Tch 1099 11.68 10.47 11.30 +.85
SiderNacs 1170 21.62 20.90 21.50 +.56
SiebelSys 9205 8.93 8.61 8.89 +.23
SierrPac 391 10.12 9.95 10.08 +.12
SierraWr 1903 10.40 9.90 10.07 +.11
SigmaTel 1842 43.06 40.91 42.78 +1.98
SilcnGph 2176 138 1.33 1.37 .
Silcnlmg 1415 12.25 11.65 12.15 +.45
SitlcnLab 1282 35.27 3329 35.15 +1.85
SST 968 4.64 4.32 4.62 +.25
SimonProp 1697 63.00 61.92 62.68 +1.22
Sina 3128 27.64 27.05 27.40 +.45
SiriusS 31028 6.46 629 6.42 +.10
Slrva 1733 9.58 9.20 9.40 +10
SItel 1199 2.40 2.00 2.08 -.37
SixFlags 1284 4.58 4.40 4.54 +.17
SkywksSol 3524 7.65 7.22 7.57 +.33
Smithlntl 1163 61.48 60.68 60.93 -.07
SmithfF 797 31.89 31.00 31.42 -.08
SmurfStne 3358 16.53 15.94 16.17 +.22
SnapOn 1037 35.15 33.58 34.99 +1.45
Sohu.cm 2002 17.23 16.60 17.22 +.74
Solectmn 3290 4.81 4.72 4.76
Sonus 0 5251 5.97 5.78 5.88 +.04
SouthnCo 2113 33.78 33.53 33.76 +.27


AMEX

Most Active
Name Volume Cis.%Chg
SPDR 46233000 120.23 +127
SemiHTr 29134100 32.72 +1.47
iShRs2OO000 8792300 126.78 +134
iShlapan 6659600 10.58 +.04
DJIA Diam 6286900 107.00 +1.10
GoldStrg 6196100 3.05 -.23
GreyWolf 4388900 5.60 +.21
SP Engy 3417200 39.05 +.17
OilSvHT 3355600 91.26 +.40
BemaGold 3270400 2.72 -.06

Gainers
Name last Chg %Chg
Gurunetn 22.98 +5.99 +35.3
Aerocntry 2.96 +.43 +17.0
NA Galy 2.50 +.35 +16.3
Nephros n 4.52 +.57 +14.4
DigitAngel 5.58 +.66 +13.4
ArenaR wt 3.80 +.40 +11.8
LaBarg 10.83, +1.13 +11.6
NGSvcs wt 4.06 +.41 +11.1
WirelessT 3.00 +.30 +11.1
HawkCorp 9.65 +.91 +10.4

Losers
Name Last chg %Chg
BadgerM s 28.14 -3.80 -11.9
TrioTch 4.09 -.45 -9.9
GoldStr g 3.05 -.23 -7.0
OrionHIt rs 2.11 -.15 -6.6
TurboCh rs 18.40 -1.21 -6.2
GnEmp 2.75 -.15 -5.2
Radlologix 4.69 -.25 -5.1
OdysMar 2.49 -.13 -5.0
PainCare 3.85 -.20 -4.9
NatlVis 5.57 -.28 -4.8


Vol. High Low Close Chg.
SwstAirl 2558 14.93 14.55 14.80 +.20
SwBcpTX s 1443 19.31 18.73 18.99 -.22
SovrgnBcp 2835 23.80 23.24 23.73 +.44
SprntFON 17746 24.85 24.35 24.55 -.05
SPDR 46233 120.43 118.98 120.23 +1.27
SPMid 1755 121.17 119.55 120.95 +1.45
SP Matls 786 29.54 29.11 29.52 +.33
SP CnSt 951 23.69 23.51 23.64 +.13
SP Engy 3417 39.11 38.79 39.05 +.17
SP Fncl 3097 30.47 30.13 30.41 +36
SP Tech 847 20.30 19.88 20.26 +.34
StdPac 1529 75.27 71.60 74.83 +3.73
Standex 14 28.95 28.31 28.93 +.68
Staples 3113 32.36 31.50 32.32 +.39
StarScian 5197 7.10 5.63 6.36 +.19
Starbucks 5563 50681 49.18 50.66 +1.09
StarwdHtl 2528 60.73 58.99 60.55 +1.36
StateStr 1940 45.59 44.88 4527 +.33
StlDyna 1856 38.91 36.90 38.27 +10
StemCells 2578 4.92 4.80 4.84 +.02
StoltOffsh 938 7.33 7.08 7.20 -.12
StoraEnso 1078 14.13 13.80 13.95 -.14
sTGoldn 1817 41.65 4139 41.47 -21
Stride 123' 12.95 12.64 12.89 +.26
Strykerns 2082 52.64 51.35 52.58 +1.19
SturmR 43 8.70 8.62 8.68 -.02
SunMicro 45816 436 421 432 +.06
Suncorg 792 33.98 33.42 33.82 +.32
SunGard 902 26.87 26.45 26.85 +.26
Sunoco 1174 93.15 91.34 92.75 -.40
SunTrst 796 73.80 72.85 73.79 +.89
SupTech 1141 1:09 1.04 1.07 +.03
Supvalu 807 32.95 32.60 32.94 +.24
SwftEng 952 25.90 24.84 25.25 -.46
Sycamre 1204 3.53 3.44 3.48 +.01
Symantec s 13575 23.45 22.57 23.43 +.73
SymbiT 1791 18.99 18.22 18.86 +.53
Synaptics 4503 41.019 36.15 39.53 +3.55
Synopsis 860 17.65 16.85 17.63 +.74
Synovus 470 27.55 27.11 27.52 +.41
Sysco 2346 34.96 34.43 34.96 +28

TECO 898 15.98 15.72 15.96 +.14
THQ Inc 2017 2923 27.40 29.05 +1.51
TJX 1103 25.96 25.69 25.85 +.05
TOP Tank n 834 18.98 17.69 18.01 -.79
TXU Corp 2254 75.25 73.42 74.86 +1.38
Taiwan 19 13.00 12.76 13.00 +.01
TaiwSemi 5954 9.03 8.80 9.03 +30
TakeTwo 1242 3867 36.87,38.54 +1.59
Target 2535 52.08 51.29 51.52 -.22
TASER s 5449 17.19 16.53 16.69 +38
Teekays 848 48.15 46.50 46.66 -1.38
Tekelec 858 18.04 17.55 17.82 +13
Tektronx 848 28.83 28.36 28.79 +;22
TelNor 3672 15.29 14.65 15.22 +.61
TelcHTr 1227 27.98 27.35 27.90 +.36
TelMexL 1392 38.97 38.40 38.59 +.13
TelspCel 3446 6.89 6 .47 6.79 +.38
Tellabs 8991 7.30 7.10 7.15 -.07
Templelnl 8531 78.25 73.45 75.75+10.67
Tempi pfl 1144 62.71 58.55 6120 +7.15
TempurP 1035 20.25 19.72 19.89 -.55
TenetHIt 2512 10.50 10.11 10.48 +.42
Teradyn 2866 14.64 14.12 14.50 +.38
Terayon 987 3.09 2.89 3.00 -.06
Tesoro 1096 33.25 32.28 32.44 -.64
TeVaPhs 2289 29.59 28.83 29.46 +.35
Texnst 20209 2 4.80 23.37 24.75 +1.62
ThrmWv 1003 2.99 2.62 2.92 -.53
ThermoEl 3247 27.78 26.67 27.70 +.90
Thoratc 1261 12.50 11.54 12.43' +.82
3Com 4035 3.60 3.48 3.51 -.02
3M Co 2413 8421 83.42 84.08 +.74
ThrshldPh n 2161 724 6.51 7.14
TibcoSft 2502 1138 11.04 11.33 +.28
Tidwtr 2141 41.45 40.07 40.44 -.24
Tiffany 1117 30.86 30.52 30.83 +.20
TimeWarn 19732 18.30 17.92 18.04 -.12
TWTele 1300 4.59 4.05 4.52 +.46
Timken 912 27.82 27.09 27.80 +.48
TiVo Inc 2436 3.89 3.75 3.83 +.20
Todco 999 21.83 21.30 21.38 +.46
TollBros 2451 82.35 78.75 82.05 +3.39
ToyRU 2198 2222 21.90 22.20 +.25
TractSupp 3397 44.80 41.41 4433 +5.77
Trnsmeta 2326 1.18 1.12 1.17 +.04
Transecn 3441 45.15 44.52 45.00 +.37
TriadH 866 42.85 4221 42.70 +.29
Tribune 520 40.60 40.12 40.60 +34
Trinsic rs 1143 1.11 .97 1.080 -.07
TripathT 799 1.31 1.15 1.31 +11
TriQuint 1145 3.39 3.32 336 +.05
TurboCh rs 1993 19.65 17.76 18.40 -1.21


Vol. High
1406620 ATI tech 22.06
4481008 Abitibi C 7.10
872543 Agrium 19.64
893190 Alcan 49.26
919200 Atlas E 4.15
3273700 AxiaNeto .79
2525433 BCE Inc 28.99
850440 Barickgld 27.29
2158303 BemaGlo 3.48
2365597 Bk N S 38.88
1782206 kMontreal 54.10
2331138 BolivarGo 2.26
5465036 BombdrBf 2.59
944218 Bonavst u 30.50
1676144 Breakwtr .67
879188 CN Rail 73.75
4042410 CallNetBf 5.26
2209859 Cameco 48.57
1280659 Creo Inc 20.28
952756 Dofasco 44.59
908108 Eldorado 3.38
1295159 EncanaC 76.34
3366021 EnerVestDvrs .22
1270281 EspritEnrgyB13.20
1771611 G Star 3.99
869454 Glamis 20.50
914375 Globalrwyo 5.18
1777797 GuinorGoldo 1.23
874165 Hillsboro 1.79
2474730 HudbayMineral.04
4289830 IUnits60 51.68
1944022 lUranimo 5.74
1460061 lunits eif 54.44
919065 Keyspan u 16.11
1295629 KinrossgId 7.89
1089063 Leitchtech 7.88
1670404 Manulife 55.69


Low Close Chg. I Vol.


21.37 -.34
7.10 +.12
19.40 -.25
48.92 +.53
4.11 +.11
.76 -.04
28.97 +.05
27.27 +.02
3.40 -.06
38.74 -.21
54.07 +.22
2.18 -.02
2.52 -.10
30.40 +.21
.65 +.01
73.75 +.90
4.75 +.90
48.01 +1.47
20.21 +.12
42.07 -1.93
3.38 +.06
75.93 +.57
.22 +.02
12.94 -.06
3.84 -.25
20.50 +.77
5.01 +.26
1.15 +.15
1.71 -.08
.04 -.01
51.60 +.27
5.70 +.54
54.36 +.61
16.07 +.04
7.87 +.01
7.80 -.04
55.46 +.14


FRIDAY DIVIDENDS DECLARED
Pe- Stk of pay-
riod rate record able
IRREGULAR
Bayer AGADS x 1.9405 1-27 2-10
x- distribution of Lanxess spin-off.
Terra Nitrogen Ltd ... .65 2-14 2-28
Williams CoalSeamGas... .3463 2-14 3-1
STOCK
Amer EagleOutfittrs x ... 2-14 3-7
x- 2 for 1I split.
BostonLifeSciences x ..
x- 1 for 5 reverse split, effective 2-7.
Rothmans Inc g x ... 3-4 3-17
x- 2 for 1 split.
Temple-Inland x ... 3-1 4-1
x- 2 for I split.
Ventana Med Syst x .. 3-4 3-14
x- 2 for I split.
INCREASED
Black Hills Cp Q .33 2-15 3-1
Peoples Energy Q .545 3-22 4-15
Ross Stores Q .05 2-25 4-1
Rothmans Inc g Q .60 3-4 3-17
St Joseph Capital Q .05 3-1 3-15
Seamark Asset Mgmtg Q .26 2-17 2-28
StarTek Inc Q .42 2-11 2-24
Temple-Inland Inc Q .45 3-1 3-15
CORRECTION
Heritage Bkshrs VA x .06 2-14 2-18
x- company changed from .1155 to.06Q, was not
reduced.


I


High Loow Close Chg.


2221962 MedcomSoftRt.01
6159379 MolsonAf 34.95.
860151 NAL Oilu 14.50
2721934 NorOriono 3.55
2214101 Noranda I 22.05
1284363 Norbordinc 12.59
1548935 Norske Sk 3.54
7229574 Nortel Net 4.00
873545 PlacerDm 21.38
1272748 Pngwth B 19.28
1274532 Queenstak '.40
907035 RloCan u 19.07
970302 RogersBf 34.45
1730531 Royal Bnk 64.20
940687 ShawCorAo 1553
1654477 Sherrittif 10.32
942020 ShopprDrg 39.90
1177877 ShoreGoldo 4.45
1442677 Sino Forest 4.15
1543926 Southmera .50
1683871 StAndrwo .10
1703071 Stelco A 3.10
2844210 SthCrosso .89
1164460 Sun life 40.70
1007708 Suncor 42.47
1582736 TaheraDiamnd .51
962770 Talisman 38.41
1174335 Teck B f 41.87
1145637 TorDmBk 48.67
1248364 TrCan PL 30.05
2492453 Uex C o 3.51
5089064 UtsEnergy 1.35
2092698 Viking u 7.35
1966692 Wheatono 4.11
974674 YellwPgsu 13.76
5415442 Zarlink S 2.48


.01 +.01
33.80 -5.48
14.37 +.19
3.45 -.03
21.99 -.10
12.59 +.44
3.53 +.15
3.96 +.04
21.27 *
19.22 +.22
.40 +.01
18.89 +.09
34.15 -20
64.13 +.43
15.49 +1.09
10.17 -.12
39.62 +.17
4.32 +.32
4.05 -.04
.50 .
.09 -.01
3.06 +.18
.88 +.21
40.59 *
42.25 +.68
.50 *
38.27 +.40
41.80 -.09
48.50 -.37
29.96 +.01
3.24 +.07
1.31 +.06
7.28 +,11
4.10 +.02
13.75 +.08
2.42 -.01


OMITTED
NDCHealth Corp
SPECIAL
BcoLatinoamer SA ADS ... 2.00 2-16
Troy Group ... .30 2-14
REGULAR
Bucyruslntl Q .0575 2-14
CT Communicationsinc Q .07 3-1
Centergy Inc Q .05 4-1
ConocoPhillips Q .50 2-15
Empire DistElect Q .32 3-1
GATX Corp Q .20 2-25
Marriott Intl Q .085 3-31
McGraw-Hill Ryers g Q .18 2-17
Meredith Enters Q .25 2-15
News Corp A S .05 3-16
News Corp B S .02 3-16
Noble Corp Q .02 2-16
PXRE Group Ltd Q .06 2-14
Paul Mueller Co Q .60 2-21
Perrigo Co Q .04 2-25
Schnitzer Steel Q .017 2-14
Sizeler Proptylnv Q .10 2-25
UnitedHealth Grp A .03 4-1
Valero Energy Q .08 2-16
Young Innovations Q .04 2-15
MUTUAL FUNDS/ETFs
DreyfusCalifMunilnco M .042 2-14
Hyperion 20051nvGdOp M .01 2-15
Hyperion TotiRetFd M .075 2-15
Pimco FitRatelnco M .10048 2-18
g- payable in Canadian funds.


TORONTO STOCKS


DIVIDENDS


p I


Definitions apply to U.S Markets
FOOTNOlE: a Extra dividend or
extras in addition to the regular divi-
dend. b Indicates annual rate of the
cash dividend and that a stock divi-
dend was paid. ULiqudating divi-
dend. d New 52-week low.
e Dividend was declared or paid in
the proceeding 12 months, but there
isn't a regular dividend rate.
g Dividend and earnings are
expressed in Canadian money. No
yield or P/E ratio is shown unless stat-
ed in U.S. dollars.
i indicates amount declared or paid
after a stock dividend or split
I Indicates dividend was paid this
year, and that atthe last dividend
meeting a dividend was omitted or
"deferred.k Indicates dividend
declared or paid this year on cumula-
tive issues with dividends in arrears.
n New issue in the past 52 weeks.
pf Preferred. pp -Holder owes one
installment ofpurchasepuce
r-indcates a cash dMdenddeclared
or paid in the preceding 12 months,
plus a stock dividend. it RIghts.
s Stock split or stock dividend
amounting to 25 percent or more in the
past 52 weeks. t Paid in stock in the
proceeding 12 monhts, estimated cash
value on ex-dividend or ex-distribution
date.u New 52-week high.
un Units.v Trading halted on pri-
mary marketvj in bankruptcy or
receivership or being reorganized under
the Bankruptcy Code orsecurities :
assumed by such companies.
wd When distributed. wi When
issued. wt Warrants. ww Without
warrants. x ex-divdends or ex-
rights. xw Without warrants.
y ex-dvidend or sales in full, not in
hundreds. U; ni ,
z Sales in full, not in hundreds.


Vol. High Low Close Chg.
TycolntI 7091 34.27 33.87 34.16 +.15
Tyson 1387 17.14 16.80 17.07 +.23

US Cncrt 814 6.71 5.75 5.95 -.65
USEC 2984 12.78 12.39 12.73 +.45
vjUSG 1347 34.37 33.24 33.51 +.05
USI HIdg 1037 11.46 11.15 11.43 +.23
UST Inc 1635 53.79 50.53 51.69 +1.20
UTStrcm 4239 15.75 15.30 15.8 +22
UbiquiTI 867 6.81 6.59 6.67 -.05
UniSrcEn 1780 34.80 33.55 34.45 +.95
UUnlao 1113 36.64 34.60 36.00 +134
Unisys 3536 7.67 7.47 759 -.02
UtdMicm 3901 3.61 350 3.60 +.09
UPS B 3457 75.00 74.00 74.10 -.72
US Bancrp 3213 30.55 30.28 30.46 +.05
USSteel 5016 53.95 51.05 52.50 -.64
UtdTech 2321 101.72 100.00 101.72 +1.22
UtdGIblCm 1548 9.80 9.65 9.80 +.10
lUtdhithGp 2248 91.80 90.05 91.77 +1.21
Univision 1822 26.50 25.90 26.27 -.08
Unocal 2245 49.97 48.95 49.64 +.84
UnumProv 2643 17.43 17.15 1730 +.07
UrbnOuts 1142 43.57 41.70 4334 +1.44
UtahMed 6 21.14 20.60 21.14 +.64

VI Tech 1689 1.10 1.03 1.05 +.06
ValeantPh 3382 25.01 24.51 24.56 +.05
ValeroEs 4553 61.52 60.14 60.74 -.47
ValueClick 972 13.52 13.13 13.30 -.02
Varco 1194 32.05 31.36 31.52 -36
VarianM s 848 38.94 38.12 38.90 +.19
VarianS 864 37.86 35.65 37.85 +1.96
Verisign 4740 25.80 25.01 25.76 +.46
Veritas 7295 25.79 25.00 25.76 +.83
VerizonCm 8320 36.88 36.03 36.85 +.95
VertxPh 804 11.42 10.50 1130 +.73
VestaurSec 12 13.91 13.84 13.0 +.09
ViacomB 5776 37.80 37.20 37.78 +.59
Vignette 1243 1.25 1.21 1.23 +.01
VimpelC s 1359 38.00 36.35 37.96 +1.82
Viragen rs 1014 .95 .87 3.92 +.03
Vishay 1507 12.97 12.60 12.89 +.24
Visteon 1260 731 7.12 730 +.15
Vitesse 8661 3.00 2.77 2.97 +21
Vodafone 1238 26.37 26.18 26.25 +.19
Vormado 783 71.60 70.80 71.43 +.98

W~lCmtls 810 33.51 31.78 33T26 ;85
WD 40' 47 32.75 32.15 32.75 ,,t.51
WPTEnton 854 16.66 15.31 114...-.73
Wachovia 3356 55.83 54.78 55.81 4+.81
WalMart 7255 53.58 53.13 53.46 ,+.04
WaIgm 2106 44.19 43.86 44.17 +39
Walterind 938 37.92 36.47 37.84 +1.29
WA MutI 1886 41.34 40.98 41.14 -.02
WRIT 185 30.41 29.89 30.28 +.14
WsteMInc 1449 29.95 29.56 29.87 +.22
Waters 789 50.57 49.55 50.57 +.92
WatsnPh 1028 29.50 29.07 29.33 +.03
Weathfint 1641 57.00 55.81 56.56 +.26
WebMD 1611 7.55 7.43 7.48 -.01
webMeth If 1535 6.65 6.18 6.25 +.40
Websense 840 58.43 55.68 57.84 +1.40
WellPoint 1560 124.89 122.53 124.89 +1.73
WellsFrgo 2876 61.11 60.58 60.98 -.07
WDigitI 2226 11.68 1137 11.58 +.06
WWireiss 1575 37.92 37.67 37.92 +.04
WetSeal 2690 2.63 2.29 2.38 -.17
Weyerh 2441 65.50 62.79 64.43 +1.65,
WheatRg 2895 3.31 3.24 3.29 +.01
Whrlpl 2006 65.15 64.30 64.52 -.83
WholeFd 822 91.90 90.02 91.82 +.66
WmsCos 3172 17.75 17.45 17.64 +.04
WinDix 935 3.96 3.73 3.75 -.14
WorldGate 1018 4.67 4.21 4.37 +.17
Wyeth 5649 39.60 38.94 39.48 +47
Wyndham 821 .97 .92 .93 -.03
Wynn 1006 69.50 67.14 69.50 +2.10

XM Sat 2788 32.65 31.33 32.50 +.86
XOMA 1345 1.69 1.60 1.65 +.06
XTO Egy s 2221 36.98 36.41 36.84 +34
Xerox 2775 15.56 15.37 15.40 +.03
Xilinx 7156 29.53 28.61 29.48 +.68
Xybmaut 2032 1.11 1.06 1.08 -.01
Yahoos 16655 3530 34.71 35.02 -.07
YellowRd 1433 56.56 55.54 56.31 +.47
YumBrds 1390 46.47 45.62 46.40 +.22
ZiCorp 937 6.87 6.25 6.30 -32
Zimmer 1635 87.69 86.70 87.19 +.64
Zoran 828 10.25 9.80 10.19 +29
















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MUTUAL



FUNDS


The list includes the largest mutual funds supplied by
the National Association of Securities Dealers.
NAV is net asset value. Tkr is ticker symbol

FRad T r. NAV Ch. RAmd Tkr. NAV Ch.
AUP AmpA p AMCPX 18.19 +.15
CapGr ACGF 43.28 +44 AMutlApAMMX 2.37 +.20
GNMA AGNMX 122 +.03 BalAp ABALX 17.98 +.14
Global ACOBX 26.61 +.20 BondA p ABNDX 13.66 +.04
Gthinc ACDGX 21.0 +.26 CaplBAp CAIX 52.88 +.32
MgdmulAMUBX 9.31 +.04 CapWAp CWBFX 19.85 +.004
MABNm alipE 7 HCapWGApCWIX 1 3330 +32
rwMN rCH 22.45 +24 EupacAp AEPGX 35.58 +33
M&CRNaMOBAX 1634 +.10 Fd"A p ANCFX 31.92 +31
M&CGoNMCGFX 2238 +.16 GvtAp AMUSX 13.75 +.05
AIM unk TA GwthA p AGTHX 27.08 +.25
IntiSmai 16.72 HITrA p AHX 12.58 +.02
I S piEsAX 1s2. HilnMunA AMHIX 15.62 +.05
Arv ~pVes 810.23 A +.12 InEA p AMECX 18.47 +.13
Balp A X 125.39 +.17 IntdAp AIRAX 13.71 +.03
BasAp pmGTVL 32.46 +.29 ICAAp A1VSX 30.67 +.30
SmChpAp TAX 13.57 +.413 tTEBAl p LTEBX 15.54 +.04
SChatpAp CAX 11.73 +.11 NECOAp ANEFX 20.62 +.21







gAp WETRX 12.89 +.11 apt+
NPerAp ANWPX 27.26 +.28
astIp CSTGX 22 0 +.23 NwWrdA NEWFX 33.03 +.33
DvMItAp GTMX 14.40 +.14 SmCpApSMCWX 31.54 +.32
EuroGrp AEDAX 299 .72 02 TxExArp AFTEX 12.64 +.05
IntGvAp AGOVX 9.939 +4.02 o p AWSHX 30.67 +26
IntGr AIEX 19.93 +,08 Raids
MdCpCEq GTAGX 28.59 +21 + 1 Funds B .
PremEqty AVLFX 9.82 +.09 AIcpt AMPBX 17.66 +.15
SmCGAp GTSAX 27.37 +.41 Balt BLBX 17.92 +.14
Sumitl SMMIX 10.92 +.11 BondBt BFABX 13.66 +.04
WVingAp WEINX 12.89 +.15 CapBt C1BBX 5238 +.32
AIMI vestmelrnsB: CpWGr0tCWGBX 33.74 +.31
Bas-l't TYBX30.63 4.27 ErpacBt AEGBX 35.28 +33
B IBt E BX 30.91 +.12 FdlnvBt AFIBX 31.84 +30
F~hipot AFCBSX 10.97 +.321 Arweilt
odPt cFGL DX 1 GrwthBt AGRBX 2.31 +.25
Ci t BX 1 10HITBt AHTBX 128 +.02
EurGrBt AEDBX 28.36 -.02 IncABt IARX I 4+.13
HYIdB t AHYOX 4.57 +. 1 ICABt AICBX 30.54 +.30
PremEqty AVLX 9.10 +.08 NwPersptNPFBX 2.91 +.27
AM estor C SmCpBt SCWBX 30.63 +31
Dynm FDOYX 1.46. +.201 Wa t WSHBX 3050 +.26
Energy FSTEX 30.11 +.10 AriokdO Rkds:
nShc FAFX 28.918 + 36 TechD ATCHX 7.79 +.09
GoldAPec FGLDX 3.47 -.01 AnMstdMF AMS1 393.5 +38
HlthSd FHLSX 49.94 +.34 Arelm alfi
intlCEqt IrICX 1138 +.095 Tni CAAX 46.75 +.41
Tech FTCHX 2430 +.47 Al K ARGFX. 5257 +.30
IMW/WVESCOIusrm AnnmIdaCILI-
Corek 10X 610.0 +.14 SCapVlp AMRIX 22.01 +.18
AMF Fids Artisan nPm
MAMSt ASAX 9.0 -.01 int ARTX 21.83 +.15
MuFiLthf AFLARi 1041 +.06 40 1s1
A AAX 1806 +.10 MiCap ARTMX 29.25 +37
ASlger S 7.1 MidCapValARTQX 17 +17.17
Growth AAGOX 34.44.3 +.9 SCapVa ARVX 17.54 +.16
Alger inds B: AtBlasFuds
CapAprt ACAPX 7 +.07 e AS 1013 01
BLCpGBt AFGPX 899 +.10 Gro pp ASG 22.29.25
SmCapGrtALSCX 4.29 +.05 Baron RWId
A r Ad 16,72 +.i9 Asset BARAX 53.00 +.65
Mio rALMX 12. Growth BGRFX 46.18 .60
AeflSAonBen SmCOap BSCFX 22.50 +.30
AmGVIncAANAGX 7.54 +.03 BerkshreF Rmds
BalSoAp CABNX 17.34 +.16 Focus W FOCX 6.30 +.03
GISCopA p GSCAX 9 56 +.02Besten Fds .
GlbTchA p ALTFX 53.85 +.8301n0Cr SNIl.D 33.49405
Snt!ur SNIDX 13.49 +,0!
GrlncA p BL +0 C CAiNCAX 14.7 +.0
GrowthiApAGRFX 32.98 +.57 aivMu SNDPX 14.0 +.05
HiIdAp AHYAX 6S.18 +.1 NYMu SNNYX 1413 4+.05
LgCpGrApAGAX 17.70 +.25 TxMglntV SNIVX 22.26 +.15
MCpGrAp CHCI.X .15 +1 Int2 SIMX 20.91 +.13
MMSAt AMMSX 5.71 EmMts SNEMX 36.17 +.40
MuFLAp AFlAX 10.41 +.04. Ap V 286+1
NEumpApANEAX 16.44 +. 10In "e 29.0 +.
SmCpGrA QUASX 23.07 +.23 Find R 29.28
1MgBWp AGIAX 11.50 +..0 Income BERIX 12.1+.6 40
GrmMG ptBtCFX +389 +.8 I
USGovtApATUSX 7.12 +.03 MCGalt Co 3.2 .35
Alialceleurn Adv: B racl SPC 9 A-
GrlnAdv CBBYXS 3.0 +.04 AInraA SSRAX 39.57 +.42
a ABIYX 16.61 +15HiY.30 +.02
LgCpGrAd APGYX 18.24 +.26 Bl Rock i Fds
rnCormIrk CCBE X 9.80 +.03
JMfCde~rn B= Bramwell RiMds:
BalnBt CABMX 16.51 +.16roew RFpSAX 1.78 +.23
EmMDtBpAGDBX 8.77 +.07 Grnowthp P GAX 19.4 +.23
GIbTchBt ATEBX 4480 +.75 Brandywilne 4
GlncBp CBBDX 3.73 +.05 Bmadywn I 27.18 +.30
GrewthB tWAGBBX 22.96 +39 Bddgeway Roxds:
LgCpGrBtAPGBX 16 +3 3 USCMkt BRS1X 1721 +.14
MMS Bt AMMBX 5.72 norwSmC lBCSBX 2S.32 +37
MuCABp ALCBX 11.09 +.05 Buffalo Rmds:
TMgBIipAGIBX 11.21 +.07 Balancd 0BUFX 10.15 +.05
AIvrancelBenC: smcap BUFSX 27.20 +.52
AmGVnocCANACX 7.56 +03 CODC Nvest Fds A:
GrhACt CRBCX 3.74 +.05 HarLCIA NEFOX 13.24 +.07
IntVlCt ABICX 106.2 +.14 HaDrFoVI NGAX 12.78 +.03
LgCpGrCtAPGCX 16.07 +0.22 StrAdvApNEFSX 1 57 +.19
USGovtCtABUCX 7.13 +.03 CDCNvesttIlsIB
AniSollhRbsA StarAdv8pNESBX 16.70 +.18
Balance AOBLX 2.4 +.10 CGMRds
AI IrA ntAMR: CapO v LOMCX 2994 +380
gCpAmr AAGAX 19.73 +.22 Focus CGMFX 30.75 +.07
AroerAA idvantt Realty CGMRX 32.05+1.13
IntlEqIns AAIEX 20.09 +.12 Calareso Rinds:
ASwoerUIdnltPlan: ConvAp CCVIX 20.86 +.12
SCpPlan AVPAX 19.6 +.22 Gr&lncCt CVCX 29.55 +14
Aio CetD IuryI 1 + Gr&lncA p CVITX 29.38 +.14
Growth TWIX 1 9.51 +.19 GrmthAp CVGBX 51.57 +.6
Amer Cent-yJMv. GrowthBt CVGBX 53 8 +.68
Eqlnc p TWEAX 8.12 +.07 Coathw l iG .67.64
i ncG pp AMADX 30.48 +34 Calvrth GLro p:
Ultrap TWUAX 28.59 +.32 Incop CFCX 17.18 +.06
IocHEqAp CSIEX 33.95 +.40
ionwe AtCi 430 ToxFt 1 CTrs 10.61 +.01
IEqlndexp AICQX 4.0 +.05 Capstone
Sm Centu .l26 +0 S.Growthe TDF0X :13.00 +.16
EqGrol BEQGX 22.13 +.22 Causeway IntL.
Eqilc TWEIX 8.12 +.07 Institunr C1VIX 1604 +.08
FLMuBnd ACFX0 10.94 :+03 Instorr W 1.17 +.08
GNMAI B8GNMX 1050 +.02 Cenury Rnds:
Gift TWGTX 15.48 +.19 SharsT CENSX 3428 +33
GIGoldr BGBX 11.03 -.04 Cirw1eetFu 1 +
GI Grwth TWGGX 7.66 +.05 DivBond CDBFX 11.93 +.05
Growth TWCGX 19.37 +.19 LgCDOStk CLCFX 11.60 +.12
Heritagel TWHIX 12.02 +.15 Citizens Funds:
IncGro BIGORX 30.51 +.34 CitCGSt WAiDX 1936 +.21
InUBnd BEGBX 14.39 CitEGrSt WAEGX 13.60 +.14
IntDiscr TWEGX 13.35 +.02 CitGblSt WAGEX 15.84 +.13
InOGrl 1TWIEX 808 +0 Clipper CFIMX 8835 +.92
RoalEstl REACX 239 +A41 Cohallen& Steei
SelecU TWCtX 37.47 +.31 InstlRt CSR1IX 42.87 +.62
SGonv 7TWUSX 95 +.01 RitylncBt CSCIX 1536 +.24
SmCVI ASVIX 10.12 +.12 RityShris CSRSX 605.72 +.97
SallCo ASQIX 10.31 +.0 SpecFoesl CSSPX 50.80 +.66
StrAgg TWSAX 7.69 +.06 ColuniaClassk
StrConv 1WSCX 5.60 +.03 Acornt IACAX 25.83 +.21
StrMod TWSMX 6.77 +.04 edSec CFSAX 10.78 +.03
Tg2010 BTTNX 87.52 +.47 Gr&lncA CfGAX 18.23 +.17
T92020 BTrX 565.91 +.3 HiYldA COLHX 4.82 +.01
Tech ATCIX 17.75 +32 MdCapVl COLGX 26.55 +.26
Ultra TWCX 28.95 +32 StrtnA COSIX 6.32 +.02
Ltil BUUX 12.43 +.13 TxEAp COLTX 13.1 +,09
Valuelnv TWVLX 7.39 +.07 Columbia Class B,
Veedotr AMVIX 5.42 +.06 Acorn t LACBX 25.07 +.20
Vista TWCVX 14.58 +.19 Gr&lncBt CFGBX 17.13 +.16
AmerExpnessA: Incomet CIOBX 10.15 +.03
DEI INDZX 11.17 +.11 Columbia Class C:
DivrBd INBNX 4.2 +.01 Acomrt LIACX 25.07 +20
DvOppA INLUTX 726 +.09 Gr&lncC CFGDX 17.25 +.16
EqSel INVPX 12.71 +.19 ColuiibiaCIT&G:
Eq IEVAX 1022 +.11 DivlncOT GEQAX 11.74 +.12
G t INIDX 26.51 +.26 Colunia Class Z:
HiYdBd INEAX 2.94 AacomrnZ ACNX 26.35 +.21
HiYld INHYX 4.51 +.03 AcomlntZ ACI1NX 29.51 +.01
LgCpqp ALEAX 5.07 +.0A AstAI GAATX 1&09 +.12
MgdaIl p IMRF 9.52 +.09 inmdZ SR1BFX 9.15 +.03
Mutual p INMUX 9.82 +.09 LaMgeCo ILCIX 27.68 +.30
NWD INNDX 23.59 +.19 MgdMZ SRMMX 9.14 +.09
SDGovt IFINX 4.79 MCpGthZ CLSPX 20.61 +.26
SmColndx ISIAX 8.42 +.11 MdCpVI LSVSX 26.4 +.26
Stock p INSTX 19.32 +.17 QOtyPIBd GHQTX 10.4 +04
Thdlfnl IGtGX 5.64 +.04 SmCpZ SMCEX0 18.63 +.17
Thdllntl INIFX 7.13 +.03 SmcoEq GSETX 1856 +.30
Amer Exprss B:. YglnvZ SRYIX 11.02 +.12
DOt IDEBX 11.12 +.11 CohnhlaRaids:
HiYdBdt IEIBX 2.94 GrowthZ CLMBX 28.14 +36
NwDt INDBX 22.35 +.18 HIYldz CMHYX 8.79 +.02
SDGlOvt ISHOX 4.79 ReEsEqZ CREEX 25.54 +.42
Amer Express Pr Comstnck Partner
InSeMV p APIAX O.10 +.03 CapVIA DRCVX 2.75 -.03
SCpVlAp ASVAX 6.77 +.05 StrategyA CPFAX 3.25 -.01
Alor Exp.ress Y: StratOt CPSFX 3.16 -.01
NwD JDNYX 23.70 +.19 CG Cap Mkt Fds:
American Rmds A.: LgGrw T1UX 11.78 +.12


MARKET REVIEW


Raid TW. NAVChig. Iald T. NAV Cha


&LCVal TLVUX 11.06 +.12
Copley COPLX 4330 +43
Credit Suisse Ad:
IntFocus p CUFAX 12.06 +.12
Credit SuissenTr
SmCoGr WTSGX 15.08 +.20
Davis FUnds A
NYVenA NYVTX 31.10 +.27
Davis Funds B;
NYVenB NYVBX 29.82 +.25
Davis Funds C & Y
NYVenY DNVYX 31.44 +27
NYVAnC NYVCX 30.01 +25
Dlalelafeld DEX 25.11 +26
Delaware Invest A
FLlnsA VFUX 11.41 +.05
IntEqAp DEGIX 10.68 +.09
LgCpVIA DELDX 18.150 +.19
TrendAp DELTX 20.33 +.27
TxPaAkp DEUX 8.23 +.03
TxUSAp DMTFX 11.74 +.06
Delaware Invest B:
DelBIB DELBX 16.18 +.14
InmEqBt DEIEX 16.57 +.09
SelGrOt DVEBX 20.37 +.28
DLd-Pooled Trust:
EmgMkt DPEMX 15.17 +.15
IntlEq DPIEX 19.02 +.11
Dimendonal Fds:
EmMktV DFEVX 19.58 +.19
IntSmVa DISVX 10.04 +.08
TMUSSm DFTSX 21.08 +26
USLgCo DFLCX 3526 +.39
USLgVa DFLVX 19.99 +.20
USLgVa3 DFUVX 15.38 +.15
US Miro DFSCX 14.82 +.16
US Small DFSTX 19.25 +25
US SmVa DFSVX 26.4 +.25
IntlImCo DFISX 14.84 +.07
EmngMkt DFEMX 17.00 +.20
Fixd DFIHX 10.19 *
IntVa DFIVX 1637 +.13
GIbSFxlnc DFGBX 10.57 +.03
LCaplnt DFALX 17.78 +.13
TM US5V DTMVX 2350 +.25
TMIntVa DTMIX 14.30 +.11
TMMktwVDTMMX 13.66 +.14
2YGIFxd DFGFX 9.90 +.01
DFARIE DFREX 21.75 +36
Diversifd Inv Fds:
Coreaond DVGCX 12.66 +.04
EqGrwp DVEGX 18.62 +.26
Grolncp DVGIX 19.05 +.22
Val&Inc DVEIX 24.60 +.28
Dodge&Cox:
Balanced DODBX 79.24 +50
Income DODIX 12.93 +.03
IntlStk DODFX 3085 +.16
Stock DODGX 129.42+1.14
Doenf i Soc I:
ISclEq DIEQX 17.65 +.19
SoclEq DSEFX 29.08 +.30
Dreyfus:
A Bond DRBDX 13.92 +.06
Aprec DGAGX 39.07 +.42
BslcS&P DSP1X 24.9 +.28
Discp DDSTX 31.90 +36
Dreyf DREVX 10.19 +.11
DryMidr PESPX 26.13 +35
DrSOOlnt PEOPX 35.04 +.38
EmgLd DRELX 43.21 +.38
Fl Int r DFlX 13.54 +.05
GNM p DRGMX 14.73 +.03
GNYt GNYMX 20.06 +.08
GrInm DGRIX 15.25 +.18
Inten r DITEX 13.63 +.05
LrgCoVI DLCVX 21.10 +.24
LTGrR DLGRX 14.01 +.16
LTGrlnR OGIRX 15.64 +.13
MdcpVI r DMCVX 31.84 +.38
MunBdr DRTAX 12.02 +.06
NYTaxr DRNYX 15.11 +.06
NYTE r ORNIX 1857 +.06
SmCoVal DSCVX 24.57 +.45
Dreyfus Rides:
DiscvFp FDISX 2705 +36
EqGrthF FRMEUX 4.88 +.05
Droyfus Premie.
CorBdA DSINX 14.77 +.05
CorVlv p DCVIX 30.42 +34
EmgMktA 0RFMX 19.73 +.13
FLMA PSFLX 14.54 +.06
LtStkA p DRDEX 20.44 +.23
LtdHYdC0p PTHX 7.60 +.01
LtdHYdAp DPLTX 7.59 +.01
LtdHYdB0 p DTBX 7.60 +.01
MAMA PSMAX 11.99 +.05
MIMuA PSMIX 15.51 +.06
MCpStkR DDMRX 19.76 +.23
MuBdA PTEBX 13.27 +.05
NwLdA DNLOX 44.07 +.44
TchGroA DTGRX 21.85 +32
TechGroR DGVRX
ThrdCnZ DRTHX 8.34 +.10
Eaton Vance Ads.
ItRatet EABLX 9.89 *
Eaton Vance CIA:
TMG1.0 CAPEX 527.09 +4.54
ChinaAp EVCGX 13.69 +.10
FRloaRt EVBX 10.23 *
HIthSAp ETHSX 10.18 +.15
InBosA EVIBX 6.55 +.01
LgCpVal EHSTX 17.01 +.18
NaMun EANA08X 11.24 +.05
TMGI.1 ETTHX 22.39 +.19
TradGvA EVGOX .0 +.01
Eaton Vance CI B:
AZM8Bt EVAZX 10.96 +.03
ChineBt EMCGX 11.96 +.09
FLMBt EVFLX 11.01 +.03
HIthSBt EMHSX 10.0 +.16
HilncB t EVH0X 5.30 +.1
HIYMBt EVHYX 10.10 +02
NYMBt EVNYX 11.80 +.04
NCMBt EVNCX 10.19 +.03
StrlncB t EVSGX 7.73 +.01
TMGI1.t EMTGX 2126 +.18
Eaton Vance Cl C:
FloatRtt ECBLX 9.88
TMG1.1 p ECTGX 20.39 +.17
TMSG.1tECMGX 9.69 +.13
Empire Buider.
TF Bond EMBTX 17.89 +.06
EndowGI ENDIX 14.83 +.14
Enterprian Cl A:
GwthAp ENGRX 1639 +.12
MItCpAp EMCAX 723 +.06
Technly EIFAX 8.48 +.09
Enterprise C IB:
MItCpBp EMCBX 7.01 +.05
Technly EIFBX 8.24 +.09
EnterpriseCl C:
CapApCp ENACX 31.13 +.44
Technly EIFCX 824 +.09
Evergreen A:
AggGrA EAGAX 16355 +.18
AstAllp EAAFX *
AdjRateA ESAAX 939 *
FLMunA EFMAX 9.50 +.04
HiYldA EKHAX 3.48 +.01
IntlEqA EKZAX 8.90 +.04
MunBdA EKEAX 7.60 +.03
OmegA EKOAX 24.14 +.23
PrcMIA EKWAX 30.88 -.08
SpValuAp ESPAX 2759 +24
UtilityA EVUAX 10.72 +.10
Evergreen B:
AggGrB EAGBX 14.97 +.16
AstAIIBSt EABFX
BluChpBt EKNBX 23.90 +25
Eqlnco ETRBX 23.19 +27
EqlndBp ESIOX 44.73 +.49
FlHIBp EFHBX 1023 +.05
HIYidBt EKHBX 3.48 +.01
LgCoGBt EKJBX 5.87 +.04
OmegBt EKOBX 21.48 +.21
PrcMIIBt EKWBX 29.72 -.08
StrlncB r EKSBX 0.73 +.02
TxStuaBp E0SBX 16.29 +.12
UtIityBt EVUBX 10.73 +.11
Evergreen C:
AdrjRateCt ESACX 939 *
AstAIIC t EACFX0
OmegaCt EKOCX 2153 +.20
Evergreen I:
CorBdl ESBIX 10.76 +.04
AdjRatel EKIZX 9.39 *
Growthl EGRYX 18.16 +.27
IntlEql EKZYX 80.96 +.05
LKCpEql EVSYX 14.93 +.17
Stintled ESFIX 6.14 +.02
SpecVal ESPIX 27.70 +24
StrGrol ESGIX 25.63 '+.27
StrVal ESSIX 23.69 +.25


Excelsior hands:
ValRestr UMBIX 42.07 +A42
FAM RFunds
Value FAMVX 46.21 +.27
FBR Funds:
SmCap FBRVX 42.14 +.51
FL RFunds:
FPA Rinds:
Capit FPPTX 40.23 +35
Nwinc FPNIX 11.17 *
FPACres FPACX 23.73 +.05
Federated Ak
AmLdrA FALDX 24.95 +.29
CapApA FEDEX 25.39 +34
HilnBdA FHIX 8.23 +.02
KaufmAp KAUAX 5.29 +.04
MktOpA7p FMAAX 13.05 -.02
USGvtA FUSGX 7.87 +.02
Federated B:
ALdrBt FA0BX 24.98 +28
FvTcBip 7FCTEX 4.5 +.11
HinBBt FHBBX 8.22 +.01
KanfmnBp KAUBX 5.19 +.05
Federated Insti:
Gov2-51 RGTX 11.26 +.02
Hi YId FHYTX 6.22 +.01
Kaufmn KAUFX 5.30 +.05
MaxCapl FISPX 2435 +.26
MidCap FMDCX 20.99 +28
StockTr FSTKX 37.23 +.48
Fidelity AdvFoc A
HithCrAr FACDX 20.40 +21
Fidelity Adv Foc .
FinSvcT FAFSX 22.76 +.24
HtCarT FACTX 20.03 +.20
NatResT FAGNX 34.23 +.19
TechT FATEX 14.89 +.40
TIUtlGTt FAUFX 13.1 +20
Fidelity Adviser A:
DivntIlAr FDVAX 18.48 +.05
EqGrAt EPGAX 44.70 +.51
EqlnAp FEIAX 28.08 +.34
MdCpA8 p FMCDX 24.34 +.31
Fidelity Advisor B:
EqGrB EPGBX 4232 +.49
GrolncBi FGISX 16.06 +.17
MidCpBp FMCBX 23.60 +.29
Fidelity Adeisor .
Divint FDVIX 18.68 +.05
DivGthl FDGIX 11.78 +.13
EqGrI EQPGX 47.18 +.54
Eqlnl EQPIX 28.73 +.34
Fidelity Advisor T
BalancT FAIGX 16.28 +.13
DivlntTp FADIX 1835 +.04
DivGrTp FDGTX 11.62 +.13
EMklnTe FAEMX 11.95 -.20
EqGrTp FAEGX 4437 +52
EqInT FEIRX 28.39 +.33
GrolncT FGITX 16.46 +.16
GrOppT FAGOX 3026 +.39
HilnAdTp FAHYX 10.04 +.1
MidCpThp FMCAX 24.52 +.30
OvrseaT FAERX 17.33 +.09
SmICpTp FSCTX 24.38 +.29
StrlnTe FSIAX 1131 -.07
ValStaT FASPX 34.9 +.71
Fidelity Freedom:
FF2000 FFFBX 12.10 +.06
FF2010 FFFCX 13.61 +.08
FF2020 FFFDX 13.91 +.12
FF2030 FFFEX 14.01 +.13
FF2040 FFFFX 821 +.07
ncome x FFFAX 11.29 +.04
Fidelity Irnest
AggrGro r FDEGX 16.31 +.26
AMgr FASMX 16.18 +.11
AMgrGr FASGX 14.73 +.13
AMgrInx FASIX 12.67 +.06
Balance FBALX 17.97 +.19
BlueChGr FBGRX 41.18 +.46
Canada RCDX 33.59 +02
CapAp FDCAX 25.38 +.38
Cplncr FAGIX 8.49 +.02
ChinaRg FHKCX 10.72 +.11
Contrae FCNTX 56.93 +.46
CnvSc FCVSX 21.31 +.12
Destl FDESX 12.69 +.14
DestlI FOETX 11.42 +.14
DisEq FEQX 25.58 +.24
Discovery FDSVX 10.1 +.13
Divlnt FDIVX 28.27 +.07
DivGth FDGFX 28.29 +.33
EmrMk FEMKX 13.32 +.12
Eq nc FEIX 52.59 +.57
EQIt FEQTX 23.55 +.36
Europe FIEUX 34.08 +.04
Export FEXPX 19.79 +.25
Fidel FFIDX 29.0 +.30
Fifty r FFTYX 20.41 +25
FRlateHi r FFRHX 9.98 *
FrInOne FFNOX 25.01 +23
GNMA FGMNX 11.14 +.03
Govtinc FGOVX 1028 +.04
GroCo FDGRX 5459 +.80
Groinc FGRIX 31.01 +.40
Highlncr SPHIX 9.05 +.01
Indepn FDFFX 17.75 +.19
InPmBd FINPX 11.41 +.08
nltBd FTHRX 10.53 +.03
IntGov FSTGX 10.23 +.03
IntlDisc FIGRX 27.94 +.08
IntlSCp r RSMX 24.16 -.03
InvGB FBNDX 7.58 +.03
Japane BPNX 12.56
JpnSm BFSCX 12.74 -.03
LargCap FLCSX 14.45 +.15
LevCoSUk FIVCX 2352 +.22
TuwPr FLPSX 40.22 +.36
Magelln FMAGX 103.60 +1.18
MidCap FMCSX 23.17 +.35
MtgSec FMSFX 1i28 +1 02
NwMktro FNMIX 14.16 -.19
NwMill FMILX 31.01 +311
Nordic 7ORX 27.051 +.09
OTC FOCPX 33.49 +.53
Ovrsea FOSFX 34.53 +.18
Puritn FPURX 18.95 +.16
RealE FRESX 2835 +.48
STBF FSHBX 8.97 +.01
SmCaplnd FDSCX 19.93 +.21
SmllCpS r FSLCX 18.11 +.22
StkSIc FDSSX 22.84 +.30
Strallnce FSICX 10.69 -.04
Trond x FT NX 53.36 +58
USBI FBIDX 11.20 +.04
UIShBd r FUSFX 10.04 *
Utility FIUIX 13.71 +21
VaStrat FSLSX 36.39 +.74
Value F7VLX 71.92 +.85
WMdw FWWFX 18.07 +.16
Fideity Selects
Air FSAIX 3328 +.10
Banking FSRBX 39.12 +.32
Blotch FBIOX 54.96+1.11
Bmrokr FSLBX 54.76 +.47
Chem FSCHX 68.74 +.69
Comp FDCPX 34.13 +.96
DfAer FSDAX 65.64 +.40
DvCm FSDCX 18.12 +39
Oectr FSELX 3757+1.60
Enrgy FSENX 35.19 +.14
EngSv FSESX 45.76 +.11
RnSv RFDSX 116.83 +121
Gold r FSAGX 25.67 +.02
Health FSPHX 126.78+126
HomF FSVLX 6158 +.52
InEqp FSCGX 20.62 +37
IndMt FSDPX 38.77 +.30
Insur FSPCX 62.08 +.72
MdEqSys FSMEX 23.97 +.24
Multmd FBMPX 44.48 +33
NtGas FSNGX 3132 +.10
Paper FSPFX 31.56 +.75
Retail FSRPX 51.49 +.28
Softwr FSCSX 4908 +.50
Tech FSPTX 5736+133
Telcm FSTCX 36.44 +.6
Trans FSRFX 40.89 +.19
Fidelity Spartan:
Eqldx FUSEX 42.60 +.47
ExtlMkIn FSEMX 31.51 +38
5001onr FSMKX 82.86 +.91
FLMur FFLIX 11.84 +.06
GovIn SPGVX 11.10 +.05
IntmMu e FLTMX 10.21 +.03
nIntln FSIIX 31.64 +.13
InvGrBd FSIBX 10.73 +.04
MA Mun FDMMX 1226 +.06
Munilnce FHIGX 1321 +.02
NJ Munr FNJHX 1158 +.07
NYMun FTFMX 13.22 +.06
PAMunr FPXTX 11.12 +.06


WORLD MARKETS


Selected stocks from various international world stock markets.


TOKYO
(Japanese Yen)
Ajinomto
Asahi Chem
Asahi Glas
Brigestone
Canon
Casio
Dai Nippon
Daiei
Daiwa House
Daiwa Sec
Esai
Fanuc
Fuji Elec
Fuji Photo
Fujisawa
Fujitsu
Heiwa Real
Hitachi
Honda
Ito-Yokado
Itochu Corp
Jaccs
Kajima
Kansai
KAO
Kawasaki Hvy
Kirin
Komatsu
Kubota
Kyocera
Makita
Marubeni
Marun

Mazda
Minebea
Mitsu TokF in
Mitsu Heavy
Mitsu Chem
MitsuElec
Mitsu Corp
Mitsu ust
Mitsu Estate
Mitsui
NEC
Nikko
Nikon
Nintendo
Nippon Exp
Nippon Oil
Nippon Shimp
Nippon St
Nissan


Nomura Hldgs 1361 1351
NTT 425 424
Oldi Eec 459 453
Olympus 2225 2245
OmronCorp 2350 2360
Pioneer 1845 1855
Ricoh 1870 1841
Sankyo 2290 2310
Sanyo 343 343
Sekisui 1167 1167
Sharp 1589 1594
Shiseido 1476 1472
Sony 3790 3850
SumitomooCp 910 903
Sumitomo Chm 539 536
Sumitomo Elc 1111 1103
Sumitomo Tst 683 687
TaiseiCp 400 403
Takeda 4890 4880
TDK 7360 7460
Teijin 409 405
Tokyo Elec 2480 2480
Toppan 1088 1098
Toray 478 480
Toshiba El 417 420
Toyota 4050 4060
Yamaha M 1670 1685
Vamanouchi 3790 3880
Yamoto 1540 1529
HONG KONG
(Hong Kong Dollar)
Bk0EastAsia 2330 23.10
Cathay Pac 13.80 13.8
Cheung Kong 23.35 22.90
China Light 43.90 43.90
Hang Lung Dev 11.60 11.70
HangSeng Bk 104.50 105.00
HonkK Eec 34.70 34.50
HSBC Holdings 128.50 128.00
Hutchn Whmp 69.25 6925
SunHung Kai 71.00 71.25
Swire Padcif 61.50 6125
Wharf Hold 2530 25.05
SYDNEY
(Australian Dollar)
Amcor 7.12 7.12
ANZ Bk 20.74 20.50
BHP 16.95 17.11
Brambles 7.52 7.46
CC Amat 8.00 7.95
CSR 2.53 2.55
Faster's 535 5.37
HardieJ 6.71 6.75
L Lease 13.70 13.65
Leighton 12.18 1230


Mayne N 4.78 4.77
Nat Aust 30.13 30.02
News Corp 22.48 22.22
Qantas 3.62 3.64
Santos 9.42 9.37
Westpac 19.15 18.90
Woodside 20.50 20.36
LONDON
(British Pence unless marked)
Allied Dom 514.50 492.00
Amvescap 359.75 354.50
AstraZeneca 2072.00 2060.00
Aviva 637.50 631.50
BAA 617.50 614.00
Barclays 597.00 596.00
B.AT. 94250 934.50
BG 366.00 366.00
Boc Group 975.50 983.00
Boots 676.00 670.50
Brit Air 274.50 270.50
BSkyB 581.50 576.00
BP PLC 538.00 534.00
Brit Tel 208.00 203.50
Cable 12325 124.00
Caddy Schw 496.25 486.75
Centrica 248.00 244.50
Colt Tel 5750 57.75
Daily Mail 725.50 730.00
Diageo 735.50 736.00
EMI Group 28125 276.75
Glaxo 1196.001178.00
HBOS 858.00 852.00
HSBC Holding 885.00 87250
ICI 242.00 242.00
Impl Tobacco 1430.001425.00
Kingfisher 312.25 309.75
Land Sec 1401.00 1400.00
Leg & Gen 118.00 11725
Lloyds 508.00 504.25
Logica 179.00 177.50
Marconi 614.00 608.00
Marks 358.75 360.00
P&0 311.50 312.75
Prudent 475.00 470.75
ReedIntl 495.75 494.75
Reuters 398.25 398.25
RioTinto 1655.00 1655.00
Rolls Royce 262.75 260.00
Royal Sun All 85.00 85.00
Ryl Bkof Scot 1754.00 1774.00
Sainsbury 289.50 292.50
Shell 48450 471.75
Sd Chart Bk 982.0 981.50
Tesco 31125 31625
31 Group 7080A 714.00


Unt Bus Media 545.50 54850
Unilever 520.00 52525
Whitbread 891.00 885.00
Yell Group 459.50 466.00
JOHANNESBURG,
(So African Rand)
AngloAmPLC 147.50 148.40
FRANKFURT
(Eur)
Adidas-Salomonll6.00 11554
Allianz-Hold 92.19 91.77
BASF 53.70 53.00
Bayer 25.10 24.47
BMW 32.87 32.70
Commrzbnk 16.80 16.76
DaimlChrysler 35.84 35.58
Degussa 3230 32.16
Deutsche Bank 6855 66.88
DeutschTele 16.52 16.44
E.ON AG 7035 69.05
Epcos 9.57 950
Fresen Med Care 62.11 6123
Henkel 72.49 7050
KaIstadt 7.42 7.28
Linde 51.30 50.91
Lufthansa 10.94 10.82
Man 31.74 31.18
Munch Rvrs 88.80 87.88
Porsche 493.50 492.00
RWE 47.50 45.1
SAP 120.95 118.97
Schering 54.82 5348
Siemens 60.18 59.61
Thyssen Hu 16.70 16.59
TUI 18.36 1832
Volkswagen 36.50 36041
Wella 80.06 80.06
BRUSSELS
(Eurm)
Bekaert 61.090 61.00
Dexoa 17.50 1722
D'leteren 159.00 158.20
Electrabel 351.80 351.80
GBL 66.15 65.85
Intbev 28.59 2821
KBC 61.80 61.20
Solvay 86.50 85.20
MILAN
(Euro)
Acea 9.17 9.21
Altalia 0.25 0.25
Allearm 10.58 1050
Autostade 22.0 2222
Banca Fideuram 4.24 4.20


Fund Tr. HAVChg.
StIntMue FSTFX 1037 +.02
TotMktIn FSTMX 32.82 +37
Fifth ird Inst:
QualGr FOGIX 1534 +.26
First Amer Fds V.
CoreBd FF1iX 1137 +.04
Eqnc p FAQIX 13.65 +.16
EqldxIp FEIX 22.50 +.24
IntBd FINIX 10.14 +043
Inti FAICX 11.42 +.11
LgCpGrOp FIGWX 27.64 +38
LgCpVal p FSKIX 19.10 +.24
MCpGrOp FISGX 40.19 +.59
STBnd FITIX 10.04 +.01
SmCpSel ARSTX 15.63 +.21
First Eagle
GNblA SGENX 38.86 +.09
OverseasASGOVX 21.90
SGenGIdpSGGDX 15.39 -.04
First Investors A
TxEXAop FITAX 10.36 +.06
Firsthand FuRinds:
eCommrr TEFQX 3.03 +.03
GibTech GTFQX 3.95 +.06
Techlnnv TIFQX 9.44 +.18
Tech Lead TIFQX 16.20 +31
Tech Val TFQX 27.46 +.54
Forward Funds:
HoovSCap FFSCX 18.08 +.25
Frank/Temp Frnk A:
AGEA p AGEFX 2.15
BalWp FR8SX 58.27 +.54
BioDisAp FBDIX 5126+L12
CalnsAp FRCIX 12.90 +.08
CapGrA FKREX 10.72 +.11
DblTFA FPRTX 12.10 +406
FedTFA p FKTIX 12.27 +.06
FIxCpGrA FKCGX 37.13 +.46
FITFA p FRFLX 12.13 +.05
FoundAl p FFALX 12.17 +.05
GrwthA p FKGRX 33.14 +.34
HYTFAp FRHIX 10.87 +.04
IncomA p FKINX 2.49 +.02
InsTFA p FTFIX 12.54 +.06
MATFAp FMISX 12.10 +.06
NYInsAp FRNYX 11.0 +.04
NYTFAp FNYTX 12.02 +.05
RisDvAp FRDPX 31.92 +30
SmCG2A p7FSGRX 11.67 +.17
SMCpGrA FRSGX 3166 +39
Stratlncp FRSTX 10.52 +.02
USGovAp FKUSX 6.66 +.01
UtilsAp FKUTX 11.43 +.12
Frank/mp FmnkAdv:
FdTFAdv FAFTX 12.27 +.05
IncmeAd FRIAX 2.47 +.01
Frank/Temp Fmnk B:
IncomeBt FBICX 248 +.02
Frank/Temp Fik C:
FoundAi p FFACX 12.12 +.06
InconCt FC15X 2.50 +.02
SMCpGrCpFRSIX 32.11 +36
Frank/Temp MOU A&B
BeanoA TEBIX 15.81 +.11
DiscA TEDIX 23.93 +.15
EuropAp TEMIX 19.40 +.01
FinSvcAp TFSIX 2031 +.01
SharesA TESIX 22.84 +.14
SharesBpFMUBX 2239 +.13
Frank/Temp MtOC:
DiscCt TEDSX 23.81 +.14
SharesC t TMX 22.64 +.13
Franki/Temp Temp A:
CapAcc TECAX 13.47 +.06
DvMktA p TEDMX 18.68 +.14
ForgnAp TEMFX 12.13 +.04
GIBdAp TPINX 10.90 -.02
GISCoAp TEMGX .936 +.03
GrwthAp TEPLX 22.53 +.10
WodA pTEMWX 17.59 +.10
Frank/Temp Mp Ad:
FrgnAv TFFAX 12.10 +.03
GrthAv TGADX 2255 +.11
Frank/Temp lnp B&C:
FErgnCp TE0X 11.59 +.04
GrwthCp TEGTX 22.08 +.10
GE Elfun S&S:.
S&S Inc GEStX *
S&S PM GESSX 4431 +.46
TaEEx ELFTX 12.05 +.05
Trusts ELFNX 53.88 +.51
GMO Trust IL
Foreign GMFPX 14.79 +.11
GMO Tit Ill:
CurHIntBdGMHBX 9.64 +.03
CorePIBd GUGAX 10.40 +.03
DmBd GMDBX 9.95 +.05
EmMkr GMOEX 17.75 +22
ECD GMCDX 11.02 +.07
For GMOFX 14.84 +.11
InlGrwth GIIIX 26.40 +.32
Infl]nBd GMIIX 11.60 +.08
IntlntrVI GMOIX 28.38 +.25
IntSm GMISX 17.2 +.13
US Core GMCTX 14.14 +.16
GMO Trust IV
EmCoDt GMOFX 11.02 +.06
EmrMkt GMEFX 17.72 +.23
Foreign GMFFX 14.84 +.11
InlintrVI GMCFX 2837 +25
US Core GMRFX 14.12 +.16
USQuaiEq GQEFX 20.16 +320
GMO JTust VI:
EPnMkVI rGEMMX 17.72 +.22
USCorVI GUCRX 14.12 +.16
Gabelli Rinds:
ABCp GABCX 0.89 +.01
Asset GABAX 41.44 +.43
Eqlncp GABEX 17.94 +.17
GI Grwth GICPX 17.84 +.18
GIConv GAGCX 0.09 +.04
GIOpp p GABOX 13.5 +.09
GITel. GA TX 17.01 +.14
Gwth GABGX 25.9 +.28
Mathers MATRX 10.47 -.01
Valuet GABVX 19.41'+.18
Gartmore Fs D:
NationwD MUIFX 20.36 +36
Gartmoro Fds Insnt
IntIdxl GIXIX 0.27 +.07
NwBddxl 0GBXIX 11.11 +.04
S&PSOOInsGRMIX 1038 +.12
Gateway RiFunds:
Gateway GATEX 24.48 +.13
Glenmede Funds:
Intl GTCIX 1856 +.09
Goldkhnian Sachs A:
CapGrA GSCGX 19.74 +.18
GrIncA GSGRX 2536 +.29
GrOppsA GGOAX 21.41 +.26
H CeldA GSHAX 8.20 +.01
HYMuAp GHYAX 11.12 +.06
MdCVAp0GCMAX 33.57 +.27
SmCapA GSSMX 41.97 +.40
Goldman Sachs EB:
CapGrBp GSCBX 18.41 +.17
GrIncBp GSGBX 24.70 +29
HiYldB p GSHBX 8021 +.01
Goldman Sachs C:
CapGrC GSPCX 18.38 +.17
Goldman Sachst Inst
CoreFxd GSFIX
HiYield GSHIX 8.22 +.01
HYMuni GHYIX 11.12 +.06
MidCapV GSMCX 33.76 +27
UltraSDG GSARX
Grand Prix RFunds:
GrPrixAp GPFFX 734 +.17
GmCntBIp GCBLX 15.99 +.14
Guanian FuRinds:
ParkAA GPAFX 31.03 +.31
ParkAvBt GUPBX 29.71 +.30
Stock GUSFX 280.11 +.27
Harbor Funds:
Bond HABDX 11.89 +.04
CapApIestHACAX 27.64 +.24
Intl r HAINX 42.42 +29
SmCpGr HASGX 12.62 +.13
Hartfolrdfs A:
AdvrsAp ITTAX 15.09 +.11
CpAppAp ITHAX 34.06 +.32
DivG0tAp IHGIX 18.84 +.19
MidCpA pHFMCX 24.65 +.31
StkA p IHSTX 17.67 +.16
Hartford rFds B:
CpAppSp IHCAX 3130 +.30
HartforFds C:
CapApCt HCACX 31.08 +30
Hartford HLSIA:
Bond HIABX 12.06 +.06
CapApp HIACX 53.26 +.50
DIv&Gr HIADX 20.76 +.22
GblhlLdrs HIALX 17.87 +.18


Ban Naz Lav
Benetton
Fiat
General Assi
Mediobanca
RAS
Salperm
San Paolo IMI
Telecom It Mob
PARIS
(Euro)
Air Lquide
Alcatel
AXA
BNP Paribas
Bouygues
Cap Gemini
Carrefour
Euro Disney
Michelin
Lafarge
Lagardere SCA
LOreal
LVMH
Pemnod
Peugeot
Pinault-Prin
Saint-Gobain
Societe Gen
Suez
Thom-CSF
Total
Vivendi
ZURICH
(Swiss Franc)
ABB Reg
Adecco
Baloise
Ciba Spec Chm
Credit Suisse
Holcim Limited
Julius Baer
Nestle Reg
Novartis Reg
Richemont
Roche dv rt
Roche Ordinary
Saurer Twin
SGS Surveil
Swatch Reg
Swiss Reins
UBS
Zurich Fin
AMSTERDAM
(Euro)
ABNAmro
Aegon
Ahold
Akzo
DSM
Elsevier
Hagemeyer
Heineken


iund Tr. NAV Chq.
Grwh&nc HIAGX 12.03 +.15
GrwthOppHAGOX 27.13 +32
Advisers HADAX 23.08 +.18
Stock HSTAX 45.58 +.42
Index HIAIX 31.96 +.35
IntlOpp HIAOX 1L77 +.10
MidCap HIMCX 28.87 +.37
MidCpVal HMV1X 133.9 +.13
SmalICo HIASX 15.78 +.19
Hartford HLSIB:
Advisers p HAIBX 23.20 +.18
Bond p HBNBX 11.97 +.05
CapAppp HIBCX 53.00 +.50
Div&Gro p HDGBX 20.69 +.22
Stock p HIBSX 45.44 +.42
Heartland Fds:
Value HRTVX 48.28 +.23
Henessy Fundsm
CorGmow HFCGX 1.85 +.13
Heritage Raids:
Gr&locA HRCVX 1320 +.13
HlYIdA p HRIDX 0.03 +.01
SCapAp HRSCX 33.01 +20
Hotchkis & Wiley:
LgCpVIApHWLAX 22.50 +.23
MCpVIlApHWMAX 27.25 +30
MidCpVal HWMIX 2735 +30
HussmnStrGrHSGFX 1538 +.01
ICAP Funds:
Euity ICAEX 44.34 +46
I9SmCo ICSCX 36.01 +35
ING Funds C A:
CorpLdrA LEXCX 18.25 +.16
HiYIdA p IHYAX 9.05 +.02
IntValA p NIVAX 1737 +.14
RussiaAp LErRX 24.61 +.19
ING Funds C B:
IntlSGBp NAPBX 3456 +.27
ING Rinds CI C:
IntVaICp NIVCX 17.05 +.13
ING Partners:
TRPGrEql ITGIX 49.07 +.49
ING TM,Q&I:
InUtSCGQ NAGUX 35.84 +.28
IntVall NIIVX 1737 +.13
ISI Rinds:
NoAm p NOAMX 7.45 +.04
Ivy Rinds:
CoreEqCtWTRCX 858 +.06
CoreEqBtWCEBX 853 +.06
JPMorgan A Class:
MCpVaip JAMCX 2236 +.15
MdCpGrr VHIAX 5.73 +.07
P Morgan Instl:
MdCpVal FLMVX 22.62 +.15
JPMorgan Select:
Bond II VBOIX 41.02 +.18
FlntEq VSIEX 29.49 +.24
IntmdTF VSX 10.98 +.05
SmCapEq VSSCX 42.81 +.53
TiAwEq JPTAX 17.10 +.20
Janus:
Balanced JABAX 21.14 +.17
Contrarian JSVAX 13.04 +.07
CoreEq JAEIX 20.09 +20
Enterpr JAENX 37.26 +.49
FedTE JATEX 7.12 +.03
Fxlnc JAFIX 9.73 +.04
Fund JANX8 23.91 +.22
GI UfeSci r JAGLX 17.67 +.19
GIbOpp JGVAX 14.32 +.14
GITech r JAGTX 10.31 +.20
Grlnc JAGIX 32.05 +.44
Mercury JAMRX 21.08 +22
MdCpVa JMCVX 21.80 +.20
Olympus JAOLX 27.83 +33
Orion 1 ORNX 6.95 +.08
Ovrseasr JAOSX 24.42 +.19
SCVInst JSIVX 29.72 +26
SCVInv JSCVX 2955 +.25
Twenty JAVLX 41.67 +.41
Ventur JAVTX 57.65 +.36
Gl1dWr JAWWX 41.16 +.37
JawusAdv I Shr:
CapAppr JARTX 24.37 +.28
JanusAspen Instl:
Balanced JABLX 24.28 +.19
Growth JAGRX 19.55 +.17
MCpGr JAAGX 25.63 +.34
WrlwGr JAWGX 26.59 +.21
JapanFd SPNX 10.36 +.01
JeanisonDryden A:
FloddaA PFLAX 10.39 +.04
GIbTotRtA GTRAX 7.44 +.05
GovincA PGVAX 9.14 +.03
GrowthA PIFAX 13.71 +.12
HiYIdAp PBHAX 5.91 +.01
STCrpBdAPBSMX 11.19 +.02
TechA PTYAX 6.97 +.07
UtElityA PRUAX 12.05 +.16
JeneisnDryden B:
NJerseyB PBNJX 11.09 +.06
NewYor B PBNYX 11.79 +.05
JennisenDrdenrC:
GrowthC PJFCX 12.68 +.11
TechC TYCX 6.68 +.06
JennisanDryden Z&1:
GrowthZ PIFZX 14.05 +.12
Skldxl PDSIX 26.80 +.29
StkldxZ PSI1FX 2679 +29
Jensen JENSX 24.52 +.20
John Hancock A
BondAp JHNBX 15.42 +.05
ClassicVl p PZFVX 22.72 +.22
HSciA JHGRX 45.73 +.70
LCpSelp MSBFX 10.29 +.12
RgBkA FRBAX 4135 +.34
SmCpEqA SPVAX 19.09 +.24
SvInvAp SOVIX 19.50 +.23
StrlnA p JHFIX 7.10 +.01
USGIbLdr USGLX 27.57 +24
JohnHanccklB:,R e ''
FnIlhdBp FDBX 11.980 +.21
RBkBt 8 RBFX 41.57 -+.34
John HancokC:, C ,.
:HiYdC p: JHYCXB 5.26 +.02
Julius Baer ulnds:
IntlEqA BJBIX 31.68 +.33
IntlEqlr JIEIX 31.89 *
linetics Funds:
Internet WWWFX 23.76 -.04
IntEmFGrWWWEX 4.48 +.05
Medical MEDRX 1623 +21
Kobren Insight
Growth If KOGRX 13.79 -.04
Laudus Funds:
USSmCp USCIX 13.85 +.15
Lazard Insti:
EmgMktl LZEMX 14.45 +.13
InUEqlns LZIEX 12.78 +.16
Legg Mason: Fd
Opporitrt LMOPX 14.93 +20
Splnvp LMASX 45.64 +.67
Valirp LMVTX 6337 +.63
Legg Mason Instl:
V0I p LMVFX 680.29 +.69
ValTrlnst LMNVX 69.15 +.70
Longleaf Partners:
Partners 11PFX 3123 +.18
Inb LLINX 15.54 +.01
SmCap LLSCX 29.91 +.25
Loomis Sayles:
CorBdA NEFRX 11.71 +.04
LSBondl LSBDX 13.77 +.02
Lord Abbett A:
AfflA p LAFFX 14.52 +.12
AlIValA LDFVX 11.87 +.12
Balancer LABFX 11.51 +.07
8dDebAp LBNDX 0.16 +.03
GvScAp LAGVX 2.64 +.01
MIdCpAp LAVLX 21.91 +22
RsSmCA LRSCX 27.46 +29
TanFrAp LANSX 11.72 +.06
TFFLAp LAFLX 4.87 +.02
1TNYAp LANYX 11.55 +.06
Lord Abbett B:
AffildBp LAF7X 14.56 +.12
BdDbBp LBNBX 8.16 +.03
MidCpVp LMCBX 21.25 +22
LordAbbett C:
AffildC p LAFCX 14.53 +.12
BdDObC p BDLAX 8.17 +.03
MdCVC p LMCCX 21.19 +.22
Lord Abbett W.
AffY LAFYX 1455 +.12
MFS Funds A:
MITA p MITrX 17.29 +.17
MIGAp MIGFX 12.20 +.16
BondAp MFBFX. 13.23 +.05
CapOp p MCOFX 13.12 +.15
EmGAp MFEGX 31.58 +.39
GITotAp MFWTX 14.32 +.07


ING Group 228 22.21
KPN 732 729
Philips 20.76 20.36
Royal Dutch 45.1 45.57
Unilever 51.75 51.75
VNU 22.86 22.40
Wolter Klu 13.4 13.75
STOCKHOLM
(Swedish Crown)
Atlas A 33250 330.00
Atlas B 308.00 306.50
Electrolux 147.00 147350
Investor 91.00 89.75
SCA 266.50 267.00
Se-Banken 128.00 127.00
Skanska 8150 81.50
SKF 326.00 320.00
Siora 97.75 98.50
Sven Handel 167.50 167.00
Tele LM Eric 20.50 20.40
Trelleborg 115.00 114.00
Volvo 291.50 284.50
MADRID
(Euro)
BanPopular 50.60 50.45
Eudesa 17.83 17.74
FCC 39.13 38.36
GasNatural 22.93 22.69
Telefonica 14.16 13.96
Telelfon Mov 9.92 9.81
MEXICO CITY
(Mexican Peso)
Alfa A 58.14 58.80
Bimbo A 3355 34.60
Comerci UBC 12.31 12.29
GCarso Al 62.00 62.17
Kimber A 36.27 36.01
Maseca B2 6.45 6.18
Televisa CPO 34.63 34.25
Telmex L 21.49 21.48
Walmex V 39.40 39.38
BUENOS AIRES
(Argentine Peso)
Acindar 5.98 5.83
Alpargatas 1.44 1.42
Banco Frances 7.08 6.87
Banco Galicia 4.19 3.81
Renault Arg 0.862 0.859
ComclDelPlata 0.452 0.458
Molinos RP 5.63 5.52
PerezCo 3.50 3.43
Telecom 7.05 6.74
Telefonica 235 2.30
YPF 74.60 7420
SANTIAGO
(Chilean Peso)
Andina-B 1230.00 1225.00
CMPC 12500.0012500.00
Copec 4430.004410.00
Endesa 335.00 33250
Entel 4675.00 4675.00
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Rad Tr. HAY Chg.
GvScA p MFGSX 9.76 +.03
HinApp MHITX 4.00 *
InUNwOA'pMIDAX 21.58 +.10
MCapAp OTCAX 8.74 +.12
MuBdA MMBFX 10.89 +.05
MuHiA MMHYX 8.43 +.04
MFLA7p MFFLX 1029 +.04
NewDAt MNDAX 16.09 +20
RschA p MFRFX 2029 +26
RelnAp MRSAX 15.71 +.08
StValAp MSVTX 15.84 +.16
TotRA p MSFRX 16.01 +.12
UtilA p MMUFX 11.17 +.10
ValueA p MEIAX 2330 +.23
MFS FRnds B:
MAITB MITBX 1&692 +.17
CapOpB MCOBX 12.12 +.14
EmGBt MEGBX 298. +.36
MIGB MIGBX 1121 +.14
GITotB MFWBX 1450 +.08
MCapB OTCBX 8.35 +.12
RschB MFRBX 19.07 +24
TotRBt MTRBX 16.00 +.11
NRIlB MMUBX 11.14 +.10
ValueS MFEBX 23.17 +.23
MFS Funds C:
C MC MIGDX 11.16 +.14
TotRCt MTRCX 16.06 +.11
ValueCt MEICX 23.15 +23
MFS Rinds I:
Valuel MEIIX 2338 +23
MFS Funds Inst:
IntEq MIEIX 15.63 +.10
MMA Praxis:
CoreStkBMMPGX 13.44 +.12
IntmlncB MMPIX 9.99 +.03
InttBp MMPNX 1052 +.04
MainStay Funds A:
HiYIdBA MHCAX 6.50 +.01
MainStay Funds B:
CapApB t MCSCX 26.74 +.41
HYIdBBt MKHCX 6.48 +.01
TotRtBt MKTRX 18.64 +.19
MainStay Funds I:
MAP I MUBFX 33.90 +39
S&P5001dxMSPIX 27.74 +.30
Mairs & Power
Growth MPGFX 6955 +.53
Managers Funds:
FremntBd MBDFX 10.46 +.03
CapAp MGCAX 26.06 +.31
EmMkEq MEMEX 16.87 +.13
GlobalBd MGGBX 22.05 +.09
IntDurGv MGIDX 10.67 +.02
ShDurGv MGSDX 9.66 *
SpclEq MGSEX 89.56+1.17
Marsico RiFunds:
Focusp MFOCX 16.25 +.24
Grow p MGRIX 17.27 +.24
MassMutual last:
CorBdS MCBDX 11.05 +.04
MassMutual Select
IndxEq5 MMIEX 11.23 +.13
Master Select:
Equity MSEFX 1450 +.16
Int MSILX 16.0 +.11
Matthews Asian:
AsiaPacr MPACX 12.44 +.06
AsianG&l MACSX 15.96 +.09
PacTiger MAPTX 15.89 +.11
Mellon Funds:
BondFd MPBFX 12.79 +.05
EmgMktsMEMKX 20.62 +.14
InlFd MPITX 15755 +.06
LgCpStk MPLCX 9.49 +.08
MdCpStk MPMCX 13.42 +.16
SmCpStk MPSSX 1707 +.19
MergerI MERFX 15.39 +.01
Meridian Funds:
Growth MERDX 36.33 +.48
Value MVALX 375.0 +.27
Mernilllynch A:
BalCapApMDCPX 26.67 +.21
BaVIAp MDOAX 31.54 +.27
EuroAp MDEFX 16.88 +.19
FdGrAp MDFGX 17.12 +.19
GIAIAp MDLOX 16.41 +.09
HealthApMDHCX 6.27 +.08
SaP500 p MDSRX 14.72 +.16
USGIMtgpMDFSX 10.32 +.02
Merrill lynch B:
BaVIBt MBBAX 30.98 +27
EuroBt MBEFX 14.68 +.16
FndlGst M8FGX 15.70 +.16
FLMB0t MBFMX 10.47 +.04
GIAIBt MBLOX 16.10 +.09
MNBtl8t MBNLX 10.64 +.03
ValueOpp MBSPX 24.12 +.24
Merrill lynch C:
BaVICt MCBAX 30.24 +.26
FdGrCt MCFGX 15.79 +.17
GIAICt MCLOX 15.67 +.09
Merrill Lynch I:
InOVal MAIVX 26.64 +.27
BaiCapl MACPX 26.74 +.21
BaVIl MABAX 31.67 +.28
CrBPtIlt MAHQX 11.87 +.04
FundlGI MAFGX 17.49 +.19
GIAII t MALOX 16.46 +.10
GhlTchl MAGTX 17.25 +.10
GIbVal MAVLX 12.89 +.14
MnInl MAMIX 8.01 +.03
MNatll MANLX 10.65 +.04
NatRsTrt MAGRX 35.72 +.14
S&P500 MASRX 14.75 +.16
ValueOpp MASPX 26.75 +26
Metro West Fds:
TotRtBdl MWTIX 9.87 +.04
Midas Funds:
Midas d MIDSX 1.96 *
Monetta Funds:
BalancA p MBALX,10.72 +.09
BIChipAp M9LCEX .6.03:+. 07
MCpA pMMCEX, 7,10: +.09
Monetta MDNTX 0O10.30 +.11
SelTchA p MSCEX 7,49' +.16
MontagGr I MGIX 22.66 +.16
Morgan Stanley:
LtdDrTra LDTRX 9.20 *
Morgan Stanley A:
HiYdA HYLAX5 1.84 *
Morgan Stanley BR
AmOppB AMOBX 22.50 +.20
DivGtB DIVBX 37.14 +.40
EqWtdB VADBX 36.74 +.43
EumrB EUG8X 15.76 +.09
GIbDivB GL.BBX 13.73 +.13
GrwthB GRTBX 11.78 +.11
PacGr B TGRBX 14.03 +.11
SP500B SPINX 12.60 +.13
SpcVaIB SVFBX 19.26 +.18
StratB SRTBX 17.74 +.16
USGvtB USGBX 9.23 +.03
UtilB U0BX 13.80 +.14
Value p VLUBX 12.70 +.13
Morgan Stanley D:
AmOppD AMODX 2432 +.22
GromwthD GRTDX 12.64 +.12
IntValD IVQDX 12.680 +.07
TaxExD TAXDX 11.94 +.05
MorganStanley Inst
EmMkt MGEMX 19.70 +.18
CrPIFInst MPFIX 11.65 +.04
IntISCpA MSISX 25.71 +.04
IntEq MSIQX 20.77 +.11
InlEqB p MIQBX 20.63 +.11
LtdDur MPLDX 1039 +.01
MCGrAdpMACGX 20.52 +.23
SmCGrBpMSSMX 12.11 +.18
USReal MSUSX 22.16 +33
ValueAdv MPVAX 17.70 +.18
Muhlenk MUHLX 80.35 +1.22
Munder Funds C/il:
HfthcreCpMFHCX 21.79 +.27
Munder Funds Y:
RIEstEY MURYX 2106 +.25
Mutual Series:
FinSvZ TEFAX 20.29 +.01
BeacnZ BEGRX 15.88 +.11
DiscZ MDISX 24.12 +.15
QualfdZ MQIFX 1931 +.08
SharesZ MUTHX 22.95 +.13
Nations Funds Invl A:
FocEqAt NFEAX 10.08 +.28
IntlVailAr N1VLX 2250 +.17
MarsGrAt NMGIX 17.39 +22
Nations Funds Pri A:
BdFdPrA NSFIX 10.01 +.04
CnScPrA NCIAX 17.90 +.16
FocEqAt NFEPX 18.32 +28
H0IYdPA NYPAX 9.64 +.02
IntMPA NINMX 10.30 +.03
IntEqPA NIEQX 13.48 +.16


Fund Tir. NAY Chq.
IntVIPrA EMIEX 22.58 +.18
LgCpldPA NINDX 23.18 +.25
MarinOp rNMOAX 1159 +.14
MdCplPA NMPAX 10.97 +.15
STInPA NSTMX 9.88 +.01
STMPA NSMIX 10.28 *
SmCplPA NMSCX 19.71 +.25
StrGrPrA NSEPX 12.19 +.13
ValuePA NV1UX 13.10 +.16
Naveller Perform:
MidCpG NPMDX 26.20 +37
Needham Funds:
Growth p NEEGX 30.45 +.54
Neuberger&Berm Inv.
Focus NBSSX 37.21 +.66
Genesis N8GNX 30.09 +.34
Geneslnst NBGIX 41.21 +.47
Guard NGUAX 1631 +22
HilncoBd NBHIX 9.49 +.01
Inb r NBISX 18.58 +.09
Manhat NMANX 60.92 +.11
Partner NPRTX 25.83 +30
SocResp NBSRX 21.45 +301
Neuberger&Bermnn 1T
Genesis NBGEX 43.03 +.49
NevisfFd r NEVIX 12.97 +.17
NewAlt NALFX 33.51 +.01
Nicholas Group:
Nich NICSX 61.23 +.52
NchLt NCLEX 1929 +.15
Northeast Investors:
Growth NTHFX 16.28 +.17
Trust NTHEX 7.89 +.02
Northern Funds:
FixIn NOFIX 10.18 +.03
GrEq NOGEX 15.93 +.19
HiYFxlnc NHFIX 838 +.01
IntTxEx NOITX 10.51 +.04
IntGrEq NOIGX 10.44 +.06
LgCapVal NOLVX 13.50 +.13
SmCpGr NSGRX 10.52 +.11
TxExpt NOTEX 10.84 +.04
Technly NTCHX 10.97 +.19
USGovt NOUGX 10.07 +.02
Northern InstlRFs:
EqldxA BEIAX 1533 +.16
Nuveen CI A:
FLMB p FLOTX 10.38 +.05
GrwthA p NRGAX 20.70 +.24
Nuveen ClB:
GrwthB p NRGBX 19.63 +.22
LrgCVBp NNGBX 24.72 +.25
Nuveen CIR:
InMun R NITNX 11.18 +.06
IntDMBd NUVBX 9.20 +.04
Oak Assoc Fds:
PinOkAg POGSX 20.02 +.27
WhiteOkGWOGSX 31.75 +.40
OakValue OAKVX 30.73 +22
Oanark FuRinds1:
Eqtylncr 0AKBX 2337 +.10
Glo l OAKGX 21.74 +.04
Intl I r OAKIX 21.06 +.01
IntSmCp r OAKEX 20.69 +.01
OakmarkrOAKMX 41.32 +.29
Select r OAKLX 32.90 +.13
Old Westbury Fds:
Intl OWEIX 10.42 +.09
MidCpEqpOWMCX 15.84 +.18
Olstein Funds:
FnAlertC OFALX 17.66 +.15
One Group A:
Inv Balp OGIAX 12.13 +.08
InG&IlAp ONGIX 13.06 +.10
One Group B:
InvG< ONEBX 12.99 +.09
One Group I:
Bued I WOBDX 10.96 +.05
DvrsEql OGVFX 12.14 +.13
Dvrlnfll WOIEX 15.57 +.08
DvMdCpl WOOPX 19.06 +.18
EqIndxl HLEIX 27.41 +29
GvBdlp HLGAX 10.44 +.05
8iYIdBI OHYFX 8.54 +.02
IncBdI HUPX 7.99 +.03
InlBondl SEIFX 10.72 +.04
InUEql OIEAX 19.77 +.11
LgCpVII HLQVXS 108 +.17
LgGrI SEEGX 14.70 +.13
MktNeur OGNIX 10.5 *
MidCpVI HLDEX 18.25 +.14
MidGrI HLGEX 24.12 +.28
MtgBckl OM8IX 10.71 +.03
Munilncl HLTAX 9.94 +.03
STBdl HLLVX 10.57 +.01
SCapVlI PSOPX 25.11 +324
UItSTdlI HLGFX 9.87 +.01
OppenheimerA:
AMTFrNY OPNYX 12.79 +.10
CapApAp OPTFX 40.63 +.40
CaplncApTOPPEX 12.54 +.12
ChlncAp OPCHX 9.71 +.02
DvMktApODMAX 27.74 430
Disc p OPOCX 42.49 +.63
EquttyA OEQAX 10.75 +.13
GlobAp OPPAX 58.71 +.52
q bOppA OPGIX 31.61 +.31
Gold p OPGSX 17.66 0 -.07
GrthA p OPPSX 26.69 +.31
HIYMAp OPPHX 9.77 +.02
IntBdAp OIBAX 5.8 *
ntGrwp. OIGAX 18.82 +.09
LTGvAp OPGVX 10.13
MeStdA MSIGX 35.19 +.39
MnStOApOMSOX 13.03 +.14
MSSCAp OPMSX0 19.89 +.22
StrlnAp OPSIX 4.33 +.01
Oppenheimer B:
CpAppBp OTGBX 3752 +37
GlolbBt OGLBX 55.06 +.49
GIbOppB OGGIX 30.45 +29
HiYIdBt OHYBX 9.62 +.02
'lntBdB8t "'O[IBBX t'5.86('f "
MnStrFdB. OMSBX .34.19'. *38
StrlIncB. t' OPSGX.T!4.34- +.10
Openheimerc&M :
Go IC p OGLCX 55.93+50
MnStRdC MIGCX 34.17 +.37
StrlnCt OSICX 4.32 +.01
Oppenheim Quest:
OBalA QVGIX 17.80 +.14
QBaIC QGRCX 1758 +.14
QBalB QGRBX 17.57 +.14
QlntValAp QIVAX 19.18 +.10
QOpptyA QVOPX 32.43 +.40
QValueAp QFVX 21.60 +.29
l NYA p ITNYX 336 +.02
LNYCt LITNCX 335 +.02
RoNtMuBtORNBX 12.21 +.13
RoMuAp9RMUNX 18.03 +.10
RcNtMuA ORNAX 12.18 +.12
OppenlheimerY:
CapAppY OTCYX 41.60 +.41
PBHGO Rnds:
CliprFec PBFOX 16.96 +.22
Growth PBHGX 18.68 +36
IgCapGr PBHLX 20.16 +23
LCpGrCon PLCPX 15.04 +.19
TechCm PBTCX 10.76 +23
PtMCO Admin PIMS:
RIRetAdp PARRX 11.46 +.08
TotRtAd PTRAX 10.70 +.03
PIMCO Insll PIMS:
AllAsset PAAIX 12.73 +.08
ComodRR PCRIX 14.64 +.07
Divinc PDIIX 11.19 +.05
EmrMkBd PEBIX 10.99 +.08
FrntBd PFORX 1055 +.02
G11Bd PIGLX 10.24 *
HIYId PHIYX 9.97 +.02
LowDu PTLDX 1 0.17 +.01
ModDur PMDRX 1032 +.02
RaRtnl t PRRIX7 11.46 +.08
ShortT PTSHX 10.03 *
StksPIs PSTKX 9.94 +.10
TotRt PTTRX 10.70 +.03
TRII PMBIX 10.15 +.04
TRIIIl PTSAX 9.47 +.03
PIMCO RiFunds A:
AllAsset p PASAX 12.68 +.08
ComRRp PCRAX 14.57 +.07
HIYldA PHDAX 9.97 +.02
IwDurA PTLAX 10.17 +.01
SmCpVA PCVAX 29.08 +34
RenaisA PQNAX 25.42 +.27
ValueA PDLAX 1733 +.18
InnuovA PIVAX 15.10 +22
ReaIlRtAp PRTNX 11.46 +.08
TotRtA PTTAX 10.70 +.03
PIMCO RFunds Admin:
HlYIdA p PHYAX 9.97 +.02
PIMCO Funds B .:


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FRmd Thi. NAV ChI. Rind T1r. NAV Chm. ind Tlr. HAV Cha. iFund l NAV Ch.
HiYIdBt PHDBX 9.97 +.02 SmCoGrp RSSGX 22.19 +.25 LgCpGrY SBLYX 21.84 +.28 GrwAdm VIGAX 25.98 +.28
RenaisB PQNBX 23.92 +25 Reynolds Funds: SoundSh SSHFX 36.10 +.39 HithCr VGHAX 53.06 +.35
TargtBt PTABX 15.70 +.23 BIChGrp RBCGX 28.78 +.43 Soullllthist Rs HiYldCp VWEAX 6.42 +.01
RealRtBt PRRBX 11.46 +.08 Opptyp ROPPX 17.23 +24 Bond STBDX 10.22 +.05 HiYlddm VWALX 10.96 +.04
TRRIBt PTTBX 10.70 +.03 Royce Rds SpectraRFunds: InsdLTAd VILQX 13.00 +.07
PIMCO Funds C: IwPrStkr RYLPX 14.92 +.13 FundN SPECX 6.37 +.05 ITBdAdml VBILX 10.73 +.05
ComRRp PCRCX 14.47 +.06 MicroCapi RYOTX 15.52 +.12 StFamnnAssoc ITsryAdml VFIUX 11.30 +.05
HiYidC PHDCX 937 +.02 Opptyl r RYPNX 12.86 +.12 Balan 51FBX 50.60 +35 IntGrAdm VWILX 5927 +A.44
LwDurCt PTLCX 10.17 +.01 PennMul r PENNX 10.11 +.08 Gwth STFGX 48.72 +.48 ITAdm VWIUX 13.67 +.05
RenaisCt PQNCX 23.77 +25 Premierl r RYPRX 15.02 +.12 Sterin Capital TGrAd VFIDX 10.11 +.04
ValueCt PDLCX 16.83 +.17 SpecEqlr RYSEX 19.63 +.20 Scapoa SPSCX 17.97 +.23 LotdrAd VMLUX 10-89 +-01
RealRtCp PRTCX 11.46 +.08 TotRer RYTRX 12.23 +.10 Strategic Partners ILTAdml VWUX 11.61 +.05
TotRtCt PTTCX 10.70 +.03 Russell Funds S: EquiyA PBQAX 15.03 +.14 MCpAdm VIMAX 70.67 +.95
PIMCO RFnds D: DiBdS RDBSX 23.86 +.09 IntValA PISAX 20.11 +.15 PrmCap r VPMAX 63.03 +.77
Biotechp DRBNX 25.81 +58 DOyEqS RDESX 42.86 +.49 Stratton Raids ReitAdmr VGSX 75.94+1.23
CommRRpPCRDX 1458 +.07 IntSecS RISX 61.05 +33 Dividend STMOX 3483 +.60 STsyAdm VIRX 10. +.01
RealRtn p PRRDX 11.46 +.08 MsttBdS RMSSX 10.54 +.04 StrongR Funds: ShtTrAd VWSUX 10.11 *.01
TRtn PTTDX 10.70 +.03 QuantEqS RQESX 37.66 +.40 AsaPc SASPX 10.62 +.0 8 STIGrAd VSUX 10. +01
Paassus Fnds: RESecS RRESX 41.91 +.62 ueChip SBCHX 11.80 +.J1 SrAdm VSMAX 26.47 +.34
Eqtylnco PRBLX 24.83 +.19 ShDrBdS RFBSX 18.92 +.02 CmSt 5TCSX 22.35 +.18 TIMCapr vCLX 56. 2 .67
PaxWorld: SpecGrS RSPSX 51.16 +.52 Divlnco, SVIX 16.81 +.17 TxMGdnr VTGLX 53.M5 +.5
Balanced PAXWX 23.20 +.18 Russell Inst I: Dow30 SDOWX 1302 +.14. TtBAdso VBTLX 10.33 +.04
Growth PXWGX 11.62 +.1 Eqll REASX 29.71 +.34 Entepr SENTX 24.62 +.40 WTSiAd VSAX 28.9 +.31
Paydenfunds: Eql I REBSX 37.67 +.38 GovSec STVSX 10.79 +.03 USGrdm0VWUAX 4107 +.60
MktRet PYMRX 10.50 +.11 EqQI REOSX 34.66 +.38 Grwthlnv SGROX 1430 +2.2 VastmlV WIAX 21.43 +.24
PennMtCp RYPCX 9.73 +.08 FncI RFASX 21.29 +.08 Index SINEX 14.17.17 +.15 W dmVWIAX 529 +.38
Perm Port RFids: IntlI RINSX 37.66 +.21 Opptylnv SOPFX 45.78 +39 WenlIb mVWENX 2.33 +.45
VBond PRVBX 57.00 +.01 Russell LfePts C: Overseas SOVRX 13.14 +.08 Windsor VWNEX 60.23 +.66
Phoenix Funds: BalStrCp RBLCX 10.71 +.08 STBdMnv SSTX 8.70 +.01 dsriAd VWNAX 54.79 +.54
BalanA PHBLX 14.92 +.11 Russell LePts D: STMulnv STSMX 9.84 +.01 Va nguardt ds:
GrIncA PDIAX 14.37 +.17 BalStratp RBLDX 10.78 +.08 Techll STEKX 4.52 +.06 AssetA VAAX 24.51 +.26
Phoenix-Duff&Ph: Ryde xC Class: USEmGr SEMRX 1539 +.18 CAr VCAIX 11 29+.04
ReEA PHRAX 23.79 +36 JunoCtp RYJCX 1759 -.26 MItSUnv STADX 9 4.19 8 VueVCVX 1143 +.13
Phoenix-Engeomain: Rydex Dynamic. ISptMulncSMUAX 4.0 +.01 p VE X .3 +
BaiRtA PABRX 27.09 +.30 Tmpt500 p RYTPX 42.75 -.94 Value STVAX 10.98 +.15 Cponvrt VCVSX 13.13 +.137
CapGrA PHGRX 14.72 +.20 TrtanSO p RYTNX 37.49 +.80 stronger s Advisor DivdGro VDIGX 12.14 +.13
CapGrB PGTBX 13.60 +.18 VIctyl00 p RYVYX 20.23 +.68 C0 StkAp SCSAX 22.09 +.17 Energy VGENX 42.13 +.22
MdCpGrA PHSKX 15.05 +.17 VntrlOo p RYVNX 22.31 -.80 MdCapGrS5MDCX 13.97 +-18 Eqlnc VEIPX 23.50 +.25
Phoenix-Goodwin: Rydex Investor. SCApValZ pSSMVX 29.17 +21 Explr VEXPX 7395 +30
EmMkAp PEMAX 8.48 +.06 Biotech RYOIX 19.43 +.43 SunAmecaFu Rinds: FLLT VFLTX 12.02 +.06
EmMkBp PEMBX 830 +.07 Juno RYJUX 18.22 -.28 NwCenA p SEGAX 16.84 +.21 GNMA VFIIX 10.50 +.02
MulFIAp NAMFX 11.22 +.03 Nova RYNVX 26.5 +.43 NwCenBt SEGBX 14.3 +.18 GlobEq VHGEX 18.00 +.14
Pioneer Rinds A: OTC RYOCX 10.31 +.18 SunAmeica Focus: Grolnc VQNPX 03.69 +.33
HiYIdAp TAHYX 11.51 +.03 SEIPortfolios: FLgCpAp SSFAX 17.23 +.23 GrthEq VGEQX 9.39 +.11
IntlValA 7PIFX 1731 +.10 CoreFxA TRLVX 10.62 +.03 TC hDur TCUDX HYCorp VWEHX 6.42 +.01
MdCVAp PCGRX 24.86 +.23 EMktDbt SITEX 10.78 +.08 TCWGatlleorFs: HithCre VGHCX125.75 +83
PappStrGr PAAFX 15.96 +.22 EmMktp SIEMX 13.21 +.12 SelEqty .TGCEX 18.08 +26 InflaPro VIPSX 12.60 +.10
PionFdA p PIODX 41.75 +33 EqldxA TRQIX 37.05 +.41 ValueOpp TGVOX 2223 +.42 IntlExplr VINEX 16.72 +.08
RIEstA PWREX 23.12 +36 HWId SHYAX 8.84 +.01 TCW Galileo N: IntGr VWIGX 10.64 +.14
ValueAp PIOTX 17.72 +.16 IntMuniA SEIMX 11.10 +.04 SelEqNp TGCNX 17.73 +.25 IntlVal VTRIX 30.90 +.26
Pioneer RindsB: IntlEqA SEITX 10.91 +.11 Tamarack Fds: ITIGrade VRFICX 10.11 +.04
EumpB p PBEUX 27.41 +.16 IntlFixA SEFIX 1235 +.07 MicCpVal TMVSX 20.77 +.22 ITsly VFITX 1130 +.05
HiYIdBt TBHYX 11056 +.04 GroGmA SELCX 1.05 +.18 Value TVASX 45.71 +.50 LifeCon VSCGX 1527 +.10
PioneerFundsCa LgCValA TRMVX 21.61 +.24 Templeton Insit LifeGnr VASGX 19.95 +.19
HistYCt PYICX 11.66 +.03 SmCGrA SSCGX 17.06 +.25 EmMSp TEEMX 15.18 +.11 Lfelnc VASIX 13.59 +.07
Preferred Group: SmCValA SESVX 20.11 +.23 ForEqS TFEQX 20.16 +.06 LifeMod VSMGX 17.89 +.15
IntlVal PFIFX 16.30 +.13 TxMgLC TMLCX 11.23 +.12 Thid Avenue Fs: LIGrade VWESX 9.87 +.11
Price Funds Ad: SSgA Funds: RIEstVir TAREX 27.09 +36 LTrsry VUSX 11.88 +.12
BIChipp PABGX 3039 +32 EmgMkt SSEMX 1550 +.13 SmICap TASCX 22.60 +24 8Mol VMRGX 1O605 +.18
Eqlncp PAFDX 26.55 +25 SP500 SVSPX 19.84 +.21 Value TAVFX 52.62 +.70 MuY VWAHX 10.96.+.04
HiYIdp PAHIX 7.16 +.01 SmCap SVSCX 20.75 +31 Thompson Plumb: MuinsL VILPX 13.00 +.07
Price RiFunds: STI Clasic Growth THPGX 46.27 +.48 Milt VWTX 13.67 +.05
Balance RPBAX 19.73 +.15 CapAppT STCAX 12.64 +.13 Thombursogg Muld VMLTX 1089 +.01
BIChip TRBCX 30.38 +32 GrwIncT p CRVAX 16.40 +.16 IntValAp TGVAX 20.14 +.06 MuShrt VWSTX 15.61
CapApp PRWCX 19.50 +.13 HiYldI SAMHX 11.29 +.02 LtMuAp LTMFX 13.77 +.02 6M r 2 VTX 12.23 .05
DvSmGr PRDSX 12.55 +.19 SmCpGT SSCTX 20.91 +.29 ValueA TVAFX 30.68 +.25 JLT VUT 11.63 +.05
DivG PRDGX 22.81 +.22 SmCpVIT 5CETX 20.11 +.23 Thivenlt fdsA: ALT VPaLX 11.71 +.05
EmMktB PREMX 13.43 +.10 TxSnGrTp STTAX 24.62 +.22 HiYld LBHYX 526 +.01 PrecMtisrVGPMX 16.76 1
EmMktS PRMSX 19.99 +.16 iTSnGr.t STFX 23.11 +.20 LgCpStk AALGX 2556 +29 Prmcp r VPMCX 60.76+.74
EqInc PRFDX 26.60 +25 ValIncTp STVTX 12.72 +.12 MldCpGr LBMGX 13.84 +.18 SelVhr VASVX 18.4 4 +.2
Eqlndex PREIX 32.36 +35 Salomon Brothers: MidCpSk AASCX 1621 +.20 STAR VSTX 5 0.7+.16
Europe PRESX 19.86 +.22 HiYdA SAHYX 0.60 +.03 MuniBd AAMBX 11.63 +.06 STIGmde VFSTX 10.63 +.01
Extlndx PFXMX 13.08 +.15 InvValO SAIFX 20.44 +22 Tocq+ueille Fds: Ted VSGBX 10.39 +.01
FinSvcs PRISX 23.17 +.26 mCGBt SBSMX 14.09 +.16 Goldt TGLDX 3134 +.06 SiTise VFI1X 10.45 +.01
FLIntm FLTFX 11.00 +.04 Schwab Fund. Tbray FndsI: StratEq VSEQX 21.23 +325
GNMA PRGMX 9.69 +.02 DivEqlnv SWDIX 12.73 +.13 Fund TORYX 40.23 +.29 TgtRe201S VIXVX 11.18 +.08
Gran PRGIX 22.30 +24 InSS r SWISX 15.85 +.14 Touchstone Rialy: TxMBa VTMFX 18.57 +.15
HthSci PR5SX 22.76 +.39 MTAIIEq SWEGX 1 .1-7 +.12 EmGrA p TEGAX 21.48 +.31 TxMCAp rVCAX 27.93 +.33
HiYield PRHX 7.18 +.01 MT Gro WGX 6.3 .15 rainsaSerreniier TxMGIr VTGIX 26.20 +.28
IntlBond R PIBX 10.30 +.05 10001 B nr SNXFX 734.37 +38 Baincelp TRAM X 122.36 .108 TMInr VMGX 10.23 +.0
InTDis PRDX 33.40 +.17 100el SNXSX 3436 +.3 22 TotSk rV8 281.33 4.2
IntStk PRiTX 1238 +.15 SaP Inv SWPIM 152 Gtpp T +..16 USG VW X15.86 +.23
Japar PTRJX 22.45 +.08 S&PSel SWPPX 18.57 +.20 TA IDEXkA. USVae VUV8X 13.78 +.17
LatAin PLAX 10.53 +.21 STBAnd SWBDX 10.11 +.02 JanGrwp IDEX 23.06 +3.26 Weli s VWINX 21.02 +.05
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Medirl PRMTX 27380 +.126 SmCpSI SWSSX 21.82 +.29 AiMG rt 189X 1 13 +.6 41 Wnds 0 V9 IX 1780 +420
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PSBol TRPBX1 1.14 .15 NYTxA KNTAX 11.160 +05 UBSFndsC C: Ex tend VMX 30.93 +.35
RealEst TRREX 17.00 +29 RREEFp RRRAX 19.27 +.28 GloAtlncp BNPCX 13.08 +.12 GrowthAl VIGX 250.5 +.29
IT2nd VBIIX 10.73 +.05
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R2020 t P 14X 3.80 +.03 TechA TCSBX 10.78 +.21 LCGEqP PCiVX 19.52 +.20 id VIMSX 15.08 +.21
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SmCpStk OTCFX 31.33 +.46 DurHiR KDHBX 43.10 +.60 AEIAr GTEQ 2.81 +.25 SmICpGth VISGX 1430 +.21
SmoapVa PRVX 35 .52 +.40 Scudder RdsC: GIdShOrhi USER X 7.63 -.0B S VrP VISVX 13.75 +.17
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ToBndex POMIX 12.70 +.14 EmMkIn SCESX 10.94 +.09 AgGt USAUX 2854 +.4 Value VIVAX 21.43 +.25
USTLn PRULX 12.18+.012 EmMkr rSEGX 17.98 +.17 CmstStr USCRX 826.57 +.26 VanaldIgi dsF
Value PGT X 22.81 +.10 0cGNMAS SBINX 152 +.043 EmgMkt USAX 2.73 +.10 at VBAIX 190 +.6
PrIs Rids: GIbdSr SSTGX 10.38 +.02 Ftro 9A105 U 7 9.3+.1 DivMklnst VIDMX 1 9.022 +.07
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rInAnds PInCX 9 +. HiId7 lI SH X 12.91 +.05 Inca m USAI 12. +.06 sP VIX 1100521
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TFHYA PTHAX 12.96 +.06 SenlnelGroil up: GlIbFranp VGFAX 22.43 +.16 ConGrBt SGPX 13.92 +.13
UGVA p PGSIX 03.31 +.02 ConS A p SENCX 29-54 +.31 GvScA p ACGVX 183 +.8 0 IConGrA p SAGPX 1425 +.13
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Australia (Dollar) .7695 .7746 1.2995 1.2910
Bahrain (Dinar) 2.6525 2.6525 .3770 .3770
Brazil (Real) .3856 3856 2.5935 2.6932
Britain (Pound) 1.8755 1.8815 .5332 .5315
Canada (Dollar) .8011 .8050 1.2483 12422
Chile (Peso) .001734 .001722 576.70 580.72
China (Yuan) .1208 .1208 8.2781 8.2781
Colombia (Peso) .000423 .000423 2363.51 2365.74
Czech Rep (Koruna) .0432 .0434 23.16 23.05
Denmark (Krone) .1742 .1746 5.7392 5.7268
Dominican Rep (Peso) .0365 .0365 27.40 27.40
Egypt (Pound) .1713 .1713 5.8367 5.8367
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Hong Kong (Dollar) .1282 .1282 7.7986 7.7996
Hungary (Forint) .0053 .0053 188.29 187.06
India (Rupee) .0231 .0231 43.300 43.300
Indnsia(Rupiah) .000109 .000109 9185.00 9197.00
Israel (Shekel) 2291 .2275 4.3649 4.3956
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Mexico (Peso) .089750 .089622 11.1420 11.1580
N. Zealand (Dollar) .7101 .7096 1.4083 1.4092
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Pakistan (Rupee) .0168 .0168 5938 5935
Peru (New Sol) 3067 3067 3.260 3.261
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Poland (Zloty) .3257 .3236 3.07 3.09
Russia (Ruble) .0358 .0357 27.9520 28.0100
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Saudi Arab (Riyal) .2667 .2667 3.7501 3.7501
Singapore (Dollar) .6119 .6105 1.6343 1.6380
Slovak Rep (Koruna) .0341 .0342 29.31 29.20
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5,2005 I THE MIAMI HERALD


a IN MY OPINION
DAN LE BATARD
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Life after football
leaves many players
broken down, lost
JACKSONVILLE His speech is
slow and slurred.
Number of concussions?
"Twenty-plus," former linebacker
Bill Romanowski says.
It is savage and unnatural, the way
the brain moves through the liquid
protective buffer and crashes against
the skull...
"I have short-term and long-term
memory issues," Romanowski says. "I
can't recall what happened two or
three days ago. I lose days and don't
know where they
went."
Anything else?
"Attention
issues," he says.
"Taste and smell
issues. Mood issues.
SUPER BOWL Just ask my wife."
REPORT:10-11B It is an unreason-
able game.
"I've got some issues with my
head," he says. "Some aspects of this
will last the rest of my life."
He smiles strangely at the slurred,
slow sound of this.
He misses football terribly.
"No regrets," Romanowski says.
NO REPLACEMENT
All over Jacksonville this week,
broken players have limped through
retirement, depressed and drunk and
lost as they stagger through the streets
in search of the next party. There is
nothing that replaces the gladiator
rush of Sundays, not children, not reli-
gion, not anything. It's why so many
players spend the silence after the
cheering sleeping until 2 p.m. in retire-
ment, unable to find reasons to get out
of bed, rich in bank account only. And
it's why so many of them meet at
gamesover.org to discuss how the
hell you make the transition into the
world outside the huddle.
They should be more-prepared for
life after football, more-balanced?
Well, sure. But, in a lot of cases, they
were successful specifically because
they weren't balanced before football.
It takes a certain maniacal zeal to
climb atop sports, to outwork all the
other competition addicts, and that
zeal can cripple the development of
other parts of your personality. And
then you reach adulthood with
arrested development.
BORING DAYS
University of Miami cornerback
Antrel Rolle, about to become a first-
round pick, is doing little more these
days than five hours of cardiovascular
exercise while eating salad, lean meats
and egg whites. His future employers
are not interested in him being bal-
anced. They just want him to be fast.
Nobody was more insane about
football than Romanowski. He took
hundreds of vitamins a day. He ion-
ized his own drinking water in his
hotel room and always carried around
a gallon of it. He sent his fecal matter
to scientists to be studied. He used a
hyperbaric chamber and an IV to flood
his system with antioxidants. And he
didn't miss a single game in 15 years as
the rest of life passed him by.
"You chase that Sunday high,"
Romanowski says. "Is there anything
else to this?"
IT'S TORTURE
And although many players try to
stay close to this game, and this Super
Bowl, by doing broadcasting or radio
analysis, they are doing little more
than torturing themselves.
Ask former Dolphin Bryan Cox. He
has become a radio broadcaster, but
he can't do anything to recreate the
rage he loved about Sundays..
"I exuded passion," Cox says. "Vio-
lent game you have to be angry to
perform. It's not a natural thing to run
into 300-pound people 70 times a
game."
He is asked if he has any regrets.
There is certainly a long list of things
he could regret. Picking a fight with
the Bengals bench? Leaving the Buf-
falo field with middle fingers
extended? The screaming matches
with Bill Parcells, with fans, with
reporters?
Cox pauses for a full 10 seconds.
"I would appreciate the years a lot
more than I did," he says.
Emmitt Smith retired from football
this week after 15 years of collisions
and pain and surgeries and concus-
sions and broken bones.
He wept at the announcement.
Because now Emmitt Smith's life
is about to get hard.


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ON SPORTS MEDIA



Fox built solid NFL game crew


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M ore often than not,
the David Hill/Ed
Goren management
team at Fox Sports has made
enlightened decisions during
the past 11 years, from creating
the continuous score/time
graphic on game telecasts, to
striking the right chemistry on
its popular NFL pregame
show, to hiring Joe Buck as
lead baseball announcer.
But the Fox executives
deserve particular credit for
the way they crafted their
No. 1 NFL announcing team to
succeed the legendary tandem
of Pat Summerall and John
Madden three years ago.
Even before Buck, Cris
Collinsworth and Troy Aik-
man call their first Super Bowl
on Sunday, they already have
validated their place among
the top announcing teams in
sports.


"They were
replacing two
Hall of Fame
legends, which
is one heck of a
challenge,"
Goren, the presi- IN MY OPINION
dent of Fox BARRY
Sports, said this JACKSON
week. "These @herado
guys, I really
believe, are as good as any
broadcast team that have ever
worked in an NFL booth."
The key move was shifting
Collinsworth from the studio
to the booth after Madden
moved to Monday Night Foot-
ball. No game analyst is more
willing to criticize, without
fear of repercussion, than the
former Gators receiver.
When Giants tight end Jer-
emy Shockey drew a penalty
for throwing the ball on the
field this season, Collinsworth


called it "embarrassing and
weak." Instead of couching
criticism by using buzzwords
such as "struggle," Collin-
sworth bluntly says a player
had a horrible game as he
did earlier this year with
Washington running back
Clinton Portis.
"I don't spend a lot of time
[thinking] between what I see
and what I say," Collinsworth
said. "My job is to say exactly
what I'm thinking."
Promoting Aikman to the
lead team after just one year of
broadcasting was a bit of a
risk. Initially too verbose and
too forgiving of player mis-
takes, the ex-Cowboys quar-
terback has improved in both
areas and routinely points out
strategic errors. (Aikman cor-
rectly hammered the Vikings
for not jamming Eagles receiv-
ers in their playoff game).


The attention Buck
received for blasting Randy
Moss' pseudo-mooning of
fans in Green Bay has over-
shadowed the quality of his
work. Like his late father,
Jack, Buck has a commanding
presence, spews pertinent
information quickly after plays
and gives his analysts room to
speak. Joe Buck ranks among a
select group in the business
whose voice carries, and con-
veys, the aura of a big event.
In his third year on the lead
team, Buck will be calling a
Patriots game for the first time
in his life. "Am I at a disadvan-
tage? I don't know. I've never
met Tom Brady [or] Bill Beli-
chick," he said Tuesday. Col-
linsworth and Aikman worked
one Patriots game this season
(vs. Seattle) with Dick Stock-
ton, while Buck was calling
October baseball.


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On this day in history:
1948 After landing the first double axel in Olympic
competition, Dick Button becomes the first American
to win the Olympic gold medal in figure skating.
Gretchen Fraser becomes the first U.S. woman Olympic
slalom champion.
1976 Before a roaring crowd of his fellow country-
men, Austrian skier Franz Klammer wins the Olympic
gold medal in the downhill event at Innsbruck, Austria.
Clad in bright yellow, Klammer electrifies a worldwide
television audience with his breathtaking run. Mean-
while, Bill Koch wins a silver in the 30-kilometer cross-
country race, becoming the first American to win a
medal in a Nordic event.
1990 Notre Dame bucks the College Football Asso-
ciation and becomes the first college to sell its home
games to a major network, agreeing to a five-year con-
tract with NBC beginning in 1991.
1991 Dave Taylor of the Los Angeles Kings gets two
assists in a 3-2 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers,
becoming the 29th player in NHL history with 1,000
career points.


1994 Peter Bondra becomes the 10th player in NHL
P history to score four goals in one period. He then adds
S another in the second period as the Washington Capi-
tals beat Tampa Bay 6-3.
2001 Al Scates becomes the first men's volleyball
coach to reach 1,000 career victories as his UCLA team
beats Pepperdine 3-1.


- 2003 In college basketball, Bob Knight wins his
- -* 800th game, becoming only the fourth Division I men's
coach to reach the mark, as Texas Tech routs Nebraska
a 75-49.
2003 Bode Miller of the United States captures his
- -, first major title, winning the gold medal in the combined
- .skiing competition at the world championships in St.
Moritz, Switzerland.
2004 Brian Joubert becomes the first Frenchman
- -- in 40 years to win the European men's figure-skating
S-- o title when he upsets world champion EvgenI Plushenko.
S, Joubert also becomes the first non-Russian to win the
title since 1996.


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No sales pitch needed when Marino is presented


J ACKSONVILLE Hard to
believe, but two Hall of Fame
quarterbacks who took their
teams to three Super Bowls apiece
moved on through The Personal Big
Six-Oh last week. Fran Tarkenton
turned 65 the same day Bob Griese
turned 60.
Easier to believe, Dan Marino is
43, and if he isn't voted into the Pro
Football Hall of Fame today, they
ought to, well, I wouldn't think of
suggesting they burn down that
shrine in Canton, 0., but maybe at
least douse the heat for the rest of the
winter.
Marino's a lock. Or as close as any-
one comes to a lock. No one is a
cinch until this morning's third ballot
is taken from the 15 finalists down
to 10, then to six, then individual vot-
ing on those six.
My job as one of 39 selectors is to
"present" both Marino and fellow
Dolphins candidate Bob Kuechen-
berg. That is, simply list their qualifi-


cations and, insofar '
as necessary, plead
their case.
Few Dolphins
already ensconced
among the hand- f I
some busts in Can- IN MY OPINION
ton have required EDWIN
much pleading. I've POPE
presented all eight heprom
Dolphins there -
Griese, Paul Warfield, Jim Langer,
Larry Csonka, Larry Little, Dwight
Stephenson, Nick Buoniconti and
coach Don Shula.
No feather in my cap. It's just that
I've been a selector 30 years, and the
most deserving players make the Hall
almost without fail.
The only Dolphins/Hall of Fame
should-be who isn't is Kooch, the 15-
year guard whose game served as the
admitted model for Famers John
Hannah and Joe DeLamielleure.
Kooch may not have much of a
shot today, because seldom do two


players from one team go in. But he'll
have three more years of eligibility in
the 25-years-from-career's-end win-
dow before dropping into the Old
Timers category. It would be gravely
unjust for him not to make it eventu-
ally.
Marino needs nothing more than
today's window.
That's what you get when you
pass for more than 34 miles in 17
years.
That's what you get when you not
only break but plumb crush the
George Blanda-Y.A. Tittle co-record
of 36 touchdown passes in one sea-
son, with his 48 in '84.
That record stood until Peyton
Manning broke it by one this season.
And Manning, not to diss him one lit-
tle bit, did a lot of it indoors where
it's simpler.
I haven't met one soul who doesn't
think Marino is Hall stuff.
Some candidates need a sales job.
Some don't. Kuechenberg has been a


tough sale because his election would
mean the entire middle of the 1972
Perfect Dolphins Langer, Little,
Kuechenberg would be in the Hall.
No team has swung that.
Even Griese needed some selling
before he made it in his fifth year of
eligibility. He shouldn't have
required selling, but he did. Almost
as surprisingly, Tarkenton needed
three extra years; that is, in addition
to the mandatory five-year eligibility
wait after career's end. '
And just in case you're wondering
just how difficult it is to make the
Hall of Fame, it took Lou Creekmur
32 years, Tommy McDonald 25,
George Allen 24, Carl Eller 20, Paul
Hornung 15, John Mackey 15, Lynn
Swann 14, and Mike Ditka and Jack
Youngblood 12 apiece.
It took people way too long to
catch on that Griese threw more
touchdown passes (192) than Sammy
Baugh (187), Otto Graham (174), Joe
Namath and Norm Van Brocklin


(173), Roger Staubach (153), Bart Starr
(152), Sid Luckman (137) and Bob
Waterfield (97).
And Griese's teams, unlike Mari-
no's, relied primarily on the run.
If Marino needs a sales job today,
I'm in the wrong room.
When I "pitched" Shula in'97, I
had only to say his name.
"Dan Marino" should be enough
today. He's the greatest passer foot-
ball has known. Not necessarily the
greatest quarterback, with the foot-
work and faking and everything that
goes with it. Just passer.
Marino launched 420 touchdown
passes. Next best: Brett Favre, 44
behind, and no one has ever doubted
that Favre will be a first-time-eligible
Hall of Fame when his turn comes.
Marino's turn is today, a great day
not just for him but the whole Hall.
For all the great ones in there, Danny
Boy still will be an magnificent
adornment, as a player, as a family
man, as a philanthropist.


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SUPER BOWL XXXIX I EAGLES VS. PATRIOTS


GREG COTE'S


SUPER BOWL
WITH A SMIRK

JACKSONVILLE And in other Super Bowl news,
legendary rocker Paul McCartney said he will perform
in the nude at halftime Sunday.
Seriously, he did.
"They have an idea I might not have a wardrobe
malfunction and I won't," he said. "Because I'm going
to go naked!"
Surprisingly, there was no follow-up question or
reaction from the league because of an apparent
assumption the former Beatle was kidding, making
light of last year's halftime
controversy when Janet
Jackson's supposed
"wardrobe malfunction"
briefly revealed her right
breast, and the league
had to pretend it didn't
know the whole thing was
staged.
What's funny is that
McCartney represented
moral decay to plenty of
American parents in the
early '60s, but now that
he's in his early 60s, he
represents the NFL's
attempt, to reclaim the
banner of family values.
In other nudes-- I
mean news: The streaker who peeled out of a fake ref-
eree uniform and ran across the Super Bowl field wear-
ing only a G-string last year might be at it again Sun-
day. Professional streaker Mark Roberts, 39 (an
Englishman like Sir Paul), has streaked 402 times,
according to his website, and is rumored in Jackson-
ville.
Smirk has two questions: 1. Is a professional streaker
eligible for unemployment benefits? 2. Is a professional
streaker with a website not reason enough to abolish
he Internet?
Thursday, for no apparent reason, two teams of
dozens of current and former players including Tony
Siragusa, Zack Crockett, Brian Mitchell and Bryant
McKinnie competed to pull a Boeing 737 for 50 yards.
The Cleveland Browns have donated 50 Super
Bowl tickets to soldiers who have just returned from
Iraq or Afghanistan or are about to be deployed. Ana-
lysts say it's first good thing the Browns have done in
years.
Super Bowl security officials have said banned
items Sunday will include weapons, knives, explosives,
fireworks, poles, mace and professional streakers. Offi-
cials also pointed out how to identify counterfeit mer-
chandise. One tip: Shirt is probably bogus if Super .
Bowl is spelled as "World Series.''
Miami-based Exotic.Toys, a luxury car rental
company, has shipped 50 vehicles up here for use by
celebrities and other richies. [Aside to boss: Smirk's
SHeraldexpense report will
in clude $5,000 per day for
Rolls-Royce Phantom. But it
is sweet].
Super Bowl Concert
Series kicked off Thursday
night, featuring Kanye West
and Big Boi of OutKast. Isn't
OutKast, like, a two-man
group? What'd the other
guy have better to do?
Five cruise ships have
docked at Jaxport to
accommodate 6,400 visi-
tors. Initial reports of a sixth
cruise ship were false. That
turned out to be Refrigera-
tor Perry.
Smirk joined Adam Sandier, Chris Rock and Burt
Reynolds toay for a reception to celebrate the upcom-
ing release of The Longest Yard remake. Smirk was the
one they were kicking off the dais for not being
allowed up there.
* The promotion team representing the 2007 Miami
Super Bowl decided subtlety is the best course, so the
team was parading "Miss South Florida Super Bowl
Super Model" Leidy Pesante along Radio Row. She
wore a bikini, unless that went without saying.
The Pepsi Rookie of the Year has been revealed,
and Qp Ben Roethlisberger won. It was voted the sec-
ond-least surprising occurrence of Super Bowl Week,
after the sight of Perry in a buffet line.
I don't wanna say they're running out of live pro-
gramming, but, when I awoke in my hotel room this
morning, the NFL Network had a camera on me.


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JACKSONVILLE -
Looking for somebody
who thinks the Eagles
will win Sunday? Try three
places. Among the temporarily
insane. Among the perma-
nently. Or among Philadel-
phians proving hope springs
eternal by sleeping in their
cars here these wintry morn-
ings.
That doesn't mean the
Patriots will blow out the
Eagles. Just that the Eagles
can't win except on the sheer-
est fluke. That would invoke
an upset of stupendous pro-
portions, something like, if not
the equal of, the Jets bringing
down the Colts 16-7 in the
third Super Bowl, 36 years ago.
The Eagles certainly aren't
underdogs by the 18 points the
Jets were. Seven is today's
number, which sounds conser-
vative.
Now, you may well ask, if
the Eagles are so overmatched,
how did the otherwise pitiful
Dolphins managed to turn


back the Patriots 29-28
on Monday, Dec. 20?
As Tevye sings in
Fiddler on the Roof: I
can tell you in three
words I don't know.
Maybe Tom Brady
was night-dreaming
about what country he
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money games such as
this bring him.
Maybe Corey Dillon was
too busy pinching himself to
make sure he really was with
the Patriots after all those gory
years with the Bengals.
Maybe Vince Wilfork was
distracted by being so close to
his old University of Miami.
Maybe it was that old busi-
ness: "Never been a horse that
can't be rode, never been a
rider that can't be throwed."
Or maybe it was only a
mirage, like any thoughts of
the Eagles winning today.
Whatever, the Pats won't
win on sheer star-power. They
rank 16th in Pro Bowlers other


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Larry Izzo and Adam
' Vinatieri. Incongru-
j ously, it would seem,
the Eagles rank sev-
k enth.
INION Maybe Bill Beli-
IN chick is that much bet-
E ter a head coach than
om Andy Reid. It was the
Steelers' Bill Cowher,
not ordinarily one to gush
over opponents, who said of
Belichick, "He just always has
the answers."
Cowher was not being sar-
castic. He meant it.
Otherwise, it's all straight-
forward.
Brady is more consistent -
maybe the NFL's best long
passer, too than Donovan
McNabb.
The Eagles haven't a runner
to compare with Dillon.
If Philly's Terrell Owens
were guaranteed sound, he
would be the most dangerous
receiver in Alltel Stadium, but
no one has any solid idea


whether T.O. is OK.
"Last game, got to bring out
the whole bag of tricks,"
McNabb says.
But does anyone out there
really think the Eagles can suc-
ceed against a Patriots defense
that held the turbocharged
Colts offense to a field goal?
No need statting you to
death after an entire week of
Patriotmania. However, one
figure requires mentioning:
The Pats posted an 8-1 takea-
way-giveaway advantage in
the postseason.
Pardon me. One more stat.
A survey by an electronics
manufacturer purported to
show that 57 percent of
respondents said they had
rather watch the Super Bowl
on a big-screen TV at home
instead of at the stadium.
By game's end, that per-
centage among Eagles nuts
should be closer to 90 percent.
That way they will be
closer to a cold one, and a lot
cheaper one, to ease the pain.


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15 YEARS AGO
"WE'LL SHOW UP"
screamed Sports Illustrat-
ed's cover, quoting Broncos
quarterback John Elway
after the conference cham-
pionship games.
They did. Problem was,
so did San Francisco.
Defending champ San Fran-
cisco. Outscored two play-
off opponents 71-16 San
Francisco. Easy to see who
was the family and who was
the ham at this Super Sun-
day supper.
The 55-10 thrashing was
Denver's third ultimate
game loss in four years,
each one more Super-sized
than its immediate prede-
cessor. Joe Montana
threw five touchdown
passes, three to Jerry Rice.
San Francisco picked off
two passes and recovered
two fumbles.
As Elway trudged off the
field after the last turnover,
San Francisco linebacker
Matt Millen grabbed him to
offer encouragement. Mil-
len has said in that moment,
he saw through Elway's
eyes the tremendously
competitive soul within.
His estimation of Elway, he
said, grew right then.
It would be another
eight years before everyone
acknowledged what Millen
saw.
RELEVANT STATS?
0 total interceptions
thrown by Super Bowl
starting quarterbacks Tom
Brady and Donovan
McNabb in this year's play-
offs.
7 total interceptions
made by New England (4)
and Philadelphia (3) in this
year's playoffs.
KEY MATCHUP
Brady vs. Philadelphia
defensive coordinator
Jim Johnson:
"We could all be hurt,
and he'd have the cheer-
leaders out there blitzing,"
injured Eagles defensive
end N.D. Kalu once said of
Johnson.
And Johnson will be
bringing the company Sun-
day in his usual wide vari-
ety of ways. Few quarter-
backs come into a game as
well-prepared as Brady.
Even fewer maintain such
calm under pressure. It'll be
interesting to see whether
Johnson's schemes can
either confuse or rattle
Brady.
They certainly didn't in
the Patriots' 31-10 spanking
of Philadelphia last season.
Brady dinked and dunked
his way to being 30 of 44 for
255 yards with three touch-
downs and no intercep-
tions. Thirteen of those
completions for 132 yards
and a touchdown were to
wideouts Troy Brown and
Deion Branch.
But middle linebacker
Jeremiah Trotter and
defensive end Jevon
Kearse weren't Eagles last
year. Safety Brian Dawklns
was an injured Eagle. LIto
Sheppard and Sheldon
Brown are a better corner-
back combination now than
Sheppard and Troy Vin-
cent were then.
MY LIPS ARE SEALED
Funny that the Patriots
would find their kind of
player, 2004 first-round
pick nose tackle Vince
Wilfork, at the University
of Miami, known for pro-
ducing players as long on
mouth as they are on talent.
"I'm not a talker," Wil-
fork said. "A lot of people
think University of Miami
players are party animals or
something. It's not like that.
Of course, you have a War-
ren Sapp or a Ray Lewis,
but they're one-of-a-kind
guys. They've been in the
Pro Bowl for a long time.
They're going to do what
they want to do.
"Not all UM people are
like that," he said. "I wasn't
brought up that way. You'll
never see me jawing at
offensive linemen. You'll
never see me dancing and
all that stuffin a game."
DAVID J. NEAL


NICK SABAN/BILL BELICHICK





A FAVORABLE COMPARISON?


BY ARMANDO SALGUERO
asalguero@herald.com
JACKSONVILLE Nick
Saban's wish is that when a
billion people worldwide tune
to the Super Bowl on Sunday
and watch the New England
Patriots play, they will see the
Dolphins' future.
Saban hopes that because
he and New England coach
Bill Belichick are friends and
near philosophical clones on
many football-related matters,
New England's style of play,
the strategy it uses to build a
champion, indeed, the manner
in which the franchise carries
itself, can be copied then
pasted in Miami.
The Patriots Way, Saban
hopes, can soon become the
Dolphins Way.
And the change is already
happening.
Last week during a break in
scouting of Senior Bowl talent
in Mobile, Saban was asked if
the Dolphins might consider
changing their personnel
approach to how the Patriots
evaluate players.
SIMILAR WAYS
"That is how we evaluate
players," Saban responded,
sounding a twinge insulted.
"That's how we evaluated
players when I was with Bill in
Cleveland, that's how we
improved that team in 1994
when we got two-deep in the
playoffs.
"I don't see a lot of changes
in how they go about defining
what they're looking for in
football players at every posi-
tion defining the critical
factors that are important to a
guy being successful at a posi-
tion. They know what they're
looking for, and they know
what they want and that's
what they go try to get. I think
that's important in any organi-
zation.
"We're going to try to do
the same thing."
The Dolphins are going to
try to copy a lot of things.
Saban already has indicated he
will not allow any of his
coaches to speak to fans
through the media. That is
how Belichick does it.
Saban, who has ultimate
control of all football-related
matters, answers only to
owner Wayne Huizenga. Beli-
chick answers only to Patriots
owner Robert Kraft. The Dol-
phins already are reticent
about reporting the details of


THE DOLPHINS HOPE THE SIMILARITIES BETWEEN BILL
BELICHICK AND NICK SABAN WILL AFFORD MIAMI THE
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certain injuries and ask play-
ers to be cautious about how
much they reveal.
The policy was adopted,
not when the Patriots started
using a similar policy, but
when they started dominating
the NFL.
But those are minor steps
that will not deliver champi-
onships to a Miami franchise
in decline the past three sea-
sons. Saban will have to take
bigger steps toward installing
the Patriots Way.
Miami's rookie coach might
have to learn lessons Belichick
already has"learned.
"In'fte is of the overall
scouting and team building,
the most important thing is to
have a philosophy and under-
stand what you are looking for
and what you want, and then
try to go out there and try to
identify it and plug it into your
system," Belichick said.
"You've got to reach a
point, which is a hard point to
reach, and I had trouble with it
but am comfortable with it
now, where you look at a
player and say, 'You know this
guy is really a good football
player and is going to play a
long time in the NFL and make
a lot of plays, but he just


doesn't fit in our system. He's
going to be perfect somewhere
else, but he's just not what we
need. We just have to move
on.' "
THOUGHT PROCESS
Once the talent evaluation
is done, and the team is assem-
bled, Dolphins players will
have to learn how to think like
the Patriots. New England is
not a team dominated by indi-
vidualists or even aloof stars.
"We don't believe in mak-
ing a good play and going off
and celebrating as individuals
for the TV camera," line-
backer Mike Vrabel said.
"I think our identity is the
word: 'Team,' linebacker
Tedy Bruschi said. "You can
name individual players and
individual units and things like
that, but I think we are really a
team. We're a team that really
focuses on having one heart-
beat, we really believe that, we
embrace it because we feel
that's how you win football
games.
"It's not just one guy that
has to do the job, it's all three
units and all 53 players that are
playing that particular day."
The Patriots somehow find
players who fit into their cul-


ture. They have 21 players on
the roster who came from
other teams via free agency or
trades. Some of those players,
such as running back Corey
Dillon, were individualists on
other clubs.
But Belichick molds them
to fit the Patriots Way.
"I came in 2001, and I credit
the organization because
things are just done differently
here," said linebacker Larry
Izzo, who went to New Eng-
land after five years in Miami.
"You come in and see how
they do things, and you adjust
accordingly. You see how
your teammates handle cer-
tain situations, and you see
how business is done. And
soon, you're doing things the
way they expect."
Not everyone fits the mold,
of course.
But those square pegs are
soon removed from their
round holes.
"Those guys are no longer
here," receiver Troy Brown
said. "You never can tell what
a player is until you actually
get to be around him for a
period of time. Bill, he gives
everybody a chance. But if
you're not showing your will-
ingness to fit in with the team,


you've got to go. We do things
a certain way around here, and
that's why we win.
"If you can't fall inline with
it, then you've got to go."
It's unlikely either the
Miami offense or defense will
mirror New England.
No one really knows what
the New England offense
exactly will look like next sea-
son when offensive coordina-
tor Charlie Weis is coaching
Notre Dame. And Miami's
offense, under offensive coor-
dinator Scott Linehan, likely
will more closely resemble
Minnesota's unit because
Linehan coached there the
past three seasons.
The defenses won't resem-
ble each other either because
the Patriots employ a 3-4
defense much of the time, and
the Dolphins initially are
expected to stick with a 4-3 to
fit the current personnel
But the style of defensive
play, the philosophy that runs
deeper than cosmetic align-
ments, will be the same.
"Our style of play has
always been to defend the
middle of the field first, stop
the run, try to create positive
down-and-distance situations
for the defensive team to make
the offense a little more pre-
dictable," Saban said last
week.
"We don't give up big plays,
we get lots of turnovers, we
want to be a good third-down
team, play well in the red area,
play well in special situations.
"That's saying a lot, but
philosophically, I think you
have to mix it up a little bit,
affect the quarterback some-
times with pressure, affect him
with disguised coverage.
We're a little bit more multi-
ple in our style of play than
maybe we've seen [with the
Dolphins previously]."
Read that description to
Bruschi, and he says, "That's
pretty much our thinking."
But the only way the paral-
lel Saban hopes to draw
between Miami and New Eng-
land will really work is if the
Dolphins find themselves in a
Super Bowl in the next few
years.
Belichick got the Patriots to
a Super Bowl in his second
season with the team.
"I'm pretty sure," Patriots
defensive tackle Vince Wil-
fork said, "the people in Miami
would like to copy that more
than anything else."


ACKSONVILLE -
Should the Dolphins
trade Patrick Surtain for
Edgerrin James?
"In a minute," says Giants
defensive end Michael Stra-
han.
"That's a trade Miami
should make," says Chiefs run-
ning back Priest Holmes.
Hard as it is to swap stars
and salaries in football, this
trade makes a
lot of sense
for both sides.
Surtain,
Miami's best
player, has
IN MY OPINION received per-
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olis badly
needs a cornerback. James
badly wants to be in Miami,
and the Dolphins could use an
offensive centerpiece who has
already led the league in rush-
ing twice and finished fourth
this season.
Surtain and James both are
top five in the world at their
positions, and in their primes.
Trading them for each other
would be exactly like the Clin-
ton-Portis-for-Champ-Bailey
trade the Broncos and Red-
skins made last offseason.
"This is where I'm from,"
James says by cellphone,
standing in front of his grand-
mother's house in Immokalee.
"I love where I'm from."
The Colts are about to have
a very angry running back on
their hands. James will sit out


LILLY ECHEVERRIA/HERALD STAFF
VALUABLE: Patrick Surtain
is considered one of the
best NFL's cornerbacks,
but that is the Dolphins'
deepest position.

for an awfully long time if, as
expected, the Colts franchise
him with a one-year, $8 mil-
lion offer after giving so much
long-term money to Peyton
Manning and Marvin Harri-
son. The Colts know how
money-motivated James is,
and how upset he will be, but
they are limited financially
and have a lot of defensive
holes that couldn't be dis-
guised even with all of Man-
ning's record-breaking last
season. That opens up the pos-
sibility of trading James to a
team that could promise a
long-term extension.
Hard to say how interested
cap-bloated Miami would be
in a high-salary player given
that new coach Nick Saban is a
Bill Belichick disciple, and
Belichick doesn't believe in
giving any one player too
much cash. But Saban did say
finding a new running back is
a priority. And there isn't a
better one available anywhere


than James. You aren't going
to draft anyone as good,
proven or immediately helpful
as James would be.
"Wherever I end up, they're
going to have a player who
will produce," James says.
"But I'm really clueless
right now. I'm just floating
around. But there's no way to
knock my game. I can play
ball. I can do it all."
You are going to have to
read between the lines here.
James has a condo in Key Bis-
cayne. He flies to South Flor-
ida on off days during the sea-
son to do things such as watch
his cousin's high school foot-
ball games. One of his best
friends is Miami rapper Trick
Daddy. James still donates
tons of money to the Univer-
sity of Miami. James can't
come out and say how badly
wants to be in the city where
he played his college football
because the Colts are about to
offer some kind of contract,
and he doesn't want to upset
the process. But, rest assured,
going back to Indianapolis is
not his preference if it is for
the franchise tag. He has
already wrecked a knee once
giving his body to this team.
He doesn't want it to happen
again at 27 with a contract that
offers no guarantees.
But he isn't going to come
cheap, no matter how much he
would like to come home.
This, after all, is a player
who once ignored coach Jim
Mora's edict that he kneel on
the ball to end a won game
because he had contract incen-


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tives that paid him for yards
and touchdowns. And he
offered no apologies, saying he
heard a cash register ringing
all the way toward the end
zone. So he can hear the echo
of that register now, too, as he
heads toward his second big
contract, wherever it is. James
says his greatest fear is being
broke, and he jokes that his
family and friends get into so
much trouble that he ought to
open a bail-bond business.
The Colts have asked him sev-
eral times to change his
friends he has crack addicts
spot for him in his after-mid-
night workouts in Immokalee
- but James ignores them.
"I put my foot down pretty
well," he says. And he adds,
"You don't see me out there


getting into trouble."
Surtain is Miami's best
player, and cover cornerbacks
are harder to find than running
backs, but no one is indispens-
able on a 4-12 team. And cor-
nerback is Miami's deepest
position.
If Terrell Owens, Marshall
Faulk and Corey Dillon are
only worth second-round
picks, as they were in their
primes to the teams that
traded them, you aren't getting
much better than that in
exchange for Surtain. And if
Saban is willing to allow Sur-
tain to shop for a new
employer, as he is, what would
you rather have?
A second-round pick?
Or one of the best running
backs in the world?


MIAMI DOLPHINS


Surtain for James makes sense


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IT'S the much anticipated showdown that everybody
expected in the senior boys' division of the Bahamas Asso-
ciation of Independent Secondary Schools' best-of-three
basketball championship series.
The Big Red Machines rolled past the Kingsway Acad-
emy Saints 78-67 on Thursday night at the Kendal Isaacs
Gymnasium to ensure the showdown with wo-time defend-
ing champions Jordan Prince William Falcois:s.
The first game in all four series -seniorgirs and junior
boys and girls included will get underway on Monday.
Game two is set for Wednesday and if necessary, the third
and final game will be played on Thursday.
After holding onto a slim 37-31 half-time lead, SAC
turned up the heat in the thifd quarter to snatch a com-
manding 61-47 advantage and they held off the late surge by
the Saints to secure their berth in the senior boys division.
"We missed too many free throws," said SAC's coach
Reggie Forbes. "We can't expect to play a team that played
as good as Kingsway Academy did and expect to win by
missing as many free throws as we did.
"I think we just wanted it a little more than they did and
Swe were able to come through.with the big shots ,down the--
stretch topull it off."

Control
X "IJavari Southard came through with nine points and Leon
Rahming added six as the Big Red Machines took full con-
trol of the game in the third quarter.
In the fourth quarter, they were a little more patient
with their shot selection as they stayed on top. They worked
the ball around to get the better percentage shots as they
held off every surge that the Saints mustered.
Rahming finished with 18, while Southard had 16. Jamal
Knowles also stepped up big, connecting on at least two big
slam dunks in the second quarter, to help out with 12.
Frisco McKay and Colyn Thompson both had seven and
Jeff Rodgers chipped in with six.
Adrian Wilkinson scored a game high 38 points in a los-
ing effort. The Saints also got 11 from Clinton Brown, 10
from Stephen Duncombe Jr and another eight from Denard
Higgs.
When they played during their regular season game,
SAC came out with a one-point victory over the Falcons.
But as they look ahead to the finals, coach Forbes said he
know it will be a different story.
R" "This is what the fans what to see," he stressed. "We're
;looking forward to playing them. Hopefully we will put on
a show for the crowd and make it an entertaining series."
The other three series were also sealed p ornThursday.
In the senior girls division, the undefeated pennant win-
ning Temple Christian Suns had to dig down deep to stop
.I the Charles W Saunders Cougars 54-51.
Staffica Bain led the way with 20 points and Tadashi
Curry had 11. Davanne Barry had seven and Deandra
,.Williams, Lia LaRoda and Edrica Demeritte added four
...apiece.
........,For the Cougars, R Hall scored a game high 32 as she
tried to carry the team. W Minns had eight, while M Dean
scored seven and B Rolle finished with four.

Toughest
"It wds the toughest game we had all season, but we did-
n't play well on defence," said Bain, who tried to put their
close victory in prospective.
"We missed too many easy shots, but we will put it
together for the championship. I think if we play as hard as
we are capable of playing, we can win it."
Temple Christian's coach Sharelle Cash was irate with the
performance of her team. She said if they play like this in the
finals, they could definitely lose the title.
The Suns will take on the Big Red Machines in the finals.
In the junior boys division, the pennant winning Big Red
$ ., Machines built on a 16-14 halftime lead to rout the Aquinas
College Aces 50-36.


Laurence Benoit had a game high 27, Andre Wood Jr
eight, Ken Wood Jr and Tavares Nottage seven each and
Je'Vaughn Saunders contributed six.
Demetri Swan paced the Aces with 11 and Keith Russell
and Adrian Smith scored seyen each.
"Lay-ups, turnovers, that's how we lost against Prince
William," said SAC's coach John Todd. "Tonight, we
missed a lot of lay-ups and turnovers, but we still managed
to win.
"But against Prince Will in the final, I expect us to play
better than we played today. I think it's going to be a very
good series because the regular season doesn't mean any-
thing."
The junior girls' championship series will be a rematch
from last year's final between the defending champions St
Andrew's Hurricanes and the pennant winning Falcons.

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times this year in the New Providence
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forward Kimberly Rolle to foul out
with under five minutes left to play and
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WITH a spot in the playoffs on
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TLC o ear Erinn" Putting a couple's architectural different rooms to redecorate. (N) Genevieve takes on the Amazing
_CC) knowledge to work. (N) Bargains Dollar Store. (N)
(:0) Law & Or- 11th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (Live) 11th Annual Screen Actors Guild
TNT der Coules" A Awards
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M ON ease. (N) Slade returns. Unlimited (N) Break Out" (N) shin
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USA THE BULLET Benson and Stabler attempt to trap An attorney is suspected of keeping "Legacy" The case of an abused 7-
(2004) (CC) Intemet pedophiles. (CC) a Romanian sex slave. year-old girl in a coma.
VH1 Black In Black in the'80s A The Surreal Life The Surreal Life Strange Love Strange Love
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NBA Basketball Chicago Bulls at Miami Heat. From the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami. WGN News at Nine n (CC)
WGN (tive) A (CC)
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WPIX LAMP. ANIMAL KotterGabe and 'Uncle Bertram Felix rallies build- a before a Edition With Peter Thorne and
HOUSE Julie move. n (CC) ing tenants. tenant board. Mary Murphy (CC)
Jeopardy! (CC) Drive to Dynasty Star Trek: Enterprise "United" Trip
WSBK and Malcolm must outwit their Ro-
mulan captors to escape.

B l(6:00)T** ** THE MATRIX REVOLUTIONS (2003, Science Fiction) Keanu :15 Taxicab Confessions: New
HBO-E MATCHSTICK Reeves, Laurence Fishbume, Carrie-Anne Moss. Premiere. Neo, Mor- York, New York (N) (CC)
MEN (2003) A. pheus and Trinity battle vicious machines. A 'R' (CC)
(5:30)*** Deadwood "Bullock Returns to the Deadwood "Suffer the Little Chil- Sex and the City Sex and the City
HBO-P THE MATRIX Camp" Bullock returns to camp a dren" Riders arrive with a vaccine. Trey's mother. "Belles of the
RELOADED 'R' changed man. A (CC) A (CC) A (CC) Balls" (CC)
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HBO-W amon, Greg Kinnear. Conoined twins star on aTV Rockwell, Alison Lohman. A con man bonds with his daughter and plansa
show with Cher. A 'PG-13 (CC) swindle. A 'PG-13' (CC)
H(15) *** GIRL WITH A PEARL EARRING (2003, **.* PRETTY WOMAN (1990, Comedy-Drama) Richard Gere, Julia
HBO-S graphy) Colin Firth. Artist Johannes Vermer paints Roberts, Ralph Bellamy. An executive plays Pygmalion to a young street-
a portrait of his maid. A 'PG-13' (CC) walker. A'R' (CC)
A- E 6:.30) ** (:15) ** OLD SCHOOL (2003, Comedy) Luke Wilson, Will Ferrell, **s STARSKY & HUTCH (2004)
MAX-E K ING EM- Vinca Vaughn. Three men relive their wild past by starting a fraternity. A Ben Stiller. Two detectives investi-
ME17 YOUNG 'NR' gate a cocaine dealer. (CC)
(6:30) *** CATCH ME IF YOU CAN (2002) Leonar- **% SPARTAN (2004, Suspense) Val Kilmer, Derek Luke, William H.
MOMAX doDiao.A teenage scam artistoses as a pilot Macy. Special-operations agents investigate slave traders. A 'R'(CC)
S_____ surgeon and lawyer. 'PG-13' (CC)
[:)** BULLETPROOF MONK (:45) Black Film- Boxing Zab Judah vs. Cory Spinks. (aT) Cory Spinks battles Zab Judah
SHOW 2003,Action) Chow Yun-Fat, Jaime maker Show- for theWBC, IBF and WBA titles. From St. Louis. (Live)
______ ing.Tv.A 'PG-S13'(CC) case(iTV) (N)
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______ (1990) 'PG-13' in search of hidden treasure. n 'PG-13' Hines. A'PG-13'


SUNDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 6, 2005

7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30

Live From Carnegile Hall, My Favorite Broadway: Masterplece Theatre'Island at War Kathleen's broth- Iydoy, In-
* WPBT The Leading Lad es A er drives Philip and Eugene to another farm. (N) A
_______ (Part 3 of5)(CC)(DVS)
(00)Child NCIS 'Lt Jane Doe" The team in- Cold Case A college professor im- Without a Trace "Legac' A man
B WFOR Prodigies (N) A vestigates a Nav lieutenant's rape plicated in a student's murder enlists goes missing after leaving his wife's
(CC) and murder.A (CC) Rush'shelp.A (CC) hair salon. A (CC)
(':00) Dateline Law & Order: Criminal Intent Po- Law & Order 'The Dead Wives' Law & Order: Criminal Intent 'Pas
S WTVJ NBC (CC) lice probe corruption in pharmaceu- Club" The ex-wife of a firefighter is De Deux' A criminal blows up his
tical corporations. A (CC) suspected of murder. A (CC) bank-robbing accomplice.
(6:00) NFL Football Super Bowl XXXIX New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles. News (CC)
i WSVN (Lve)3A (CC)
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* WPLG Funniest Home A (CC) "Elcano Family" A (CC) ganizes a neighborhood search for
Videos I (CC) the missing Mrs. Huber. (CC)

(:o) Caesars Growing Up *** CCHOCOLAT (2000, Fantasy) Juliette Binoche, Lena Olin, Johnny Depp. An uncon-
A E 24/"Love Is a Gotti Victona's ventional candymaker stirs up a staid French town. (CC)
Gamble" (CC) birthday bash.
Extra Time BBC World Top Gear BBC World Dateline London BBC World Asia Today
BBCW News News News
BET [ (5:30) BET's Weekend Inspiration
S (:27) Venture Miss Marple 'The Body in the Library" A nightclub dancer is found dead CBC News: Sunday Night (CC)
CBC 'Worm Boy" in a couple's library. (CC)
c a The Chris Matt- The Age of Wal-Mart: Inside America's Most Powerful Company The Cover to Cover Host Liz Claman.
hews Show history and future plans of the retail giantL
cNN 00 People in CNN Presents "Fat Chance" Suc- Larry King Live CNN Sunday Night
CNN NLOews cessful dieters.


* SAVING SIL-
VERMAN (2001)
Jason Biggs.


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Applegate, Selma Blair. A woman tries to track down a guy she met at a
dance club. (CC)


Bill Engvall: Here's Your Sign
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thoughts on people s intelligence.


COURT (:00) The Investi Forensic Files Forensic Rles Forensic Files Forensic Files Forensic Files Forensic iles
OU Ri gators Sign Here" "House Call
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DISN Tater is upset. Holloway, Edward Broph A baby elephant with large Mouse (CC) "ElOro de Mon- turePhilsaves a
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SMakeovers True Hollywood Story A (CC) given new jobs. (N)
ESPN 6:30 Figure Skating State Farm U.S. Championships. From Portland, Jump Rope Sportsener PrimeTime
ESPN Ore. (Taped) Championship (Live)(CC) (Live)(CC)
ESPNI Figure Skating: ESPN Perfiles Rodeo Wrangler National Finals Championship. From SportsCenter- International Edi-
U.S. Champ. (N)Las Vegas. (Taped) (CC) tion(Live)
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Groeschel of the Catholic Church The Apostle
IT TV 00)No Oppor- Blaine's Low Blane's Low Ultimate Goals 'Fying High" Aspir- Extreme Survival "Cold" Coping
T V Inlty Wasted Carb Kitchen Carb Kitchen ing trapeze artist. with extreme cold. A
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F lory (C) Martinez Across America
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GSEN Blackjack 2005 (CC)
G4Tech weat Sweat Competitors play for the final Sweat Judgment Day G4TV.com
spots.
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HALL House on the ger and Eileen Heckart guest star as improbable cou- of Shadow" As baby's birth nears, Almanzo suffers a
Prairie (CC) ple. (CC) paralyzing stroke. (Part 1 of 2)(CC)
Selling Houses Designer Super- Real Renos Debbie Travis' Facelift "The Sisters Holmes on Homes "Bungled Bun-
HGTV Battesea"' star Challenge "Stairwa to Bedrooms" Both sisters get dream galow' A (CC)
(' GC (CC) Heaven '(CC) rooms of their own. (CC)
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INSP Sins" Sexual sin. (CC) Coming (CC) Presents (
s AT THOU- What I Lke WhatILike Jack & Bobby "A New Frontier" A SummerlandAva discovers a mari-
KTLA SAND ACRES About You "The About You Hol- (CC) juana cigarette in Bradin's jeans;
(1997) A Wedding" (CC) ly's new boss. Johnny breaks a promise.
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LIFE Lisa Rinna, Gail O'Grady. An intimate revelation threat- nis Boutsikaris, Tim Guinee. Undue stress causes a woman to forget
ens two women's friendship. (CC) years of her life; (CC)
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________30 moments of the 2004 season.
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TBS SERENDIPITY Bening, Martin Sheen. A U.S. president risks his political future for love. (CC) 1998, Drama)
(2001) John Cu- ulia Roberts.
:00) Trading Town Haul A designer and her team Town Haul "Cowboy Bob" Ice Trading Spaces Trading Castles
TLC paces: Family give an entire small town a cream shop; Cowboy Bob's flat (CC)
makeover.
(:00) Charmed Charmed Prue receives a cry for Charmed Prue undergoes a super- Charmed Cole casts a spell that
TNT Lucky Charmed" help from a 13-year-old witch who natural sex change to stop a suc- eliminates Paige and destroys the
(CC) has been kidnapped. (CC) cubus. A (CC) Power of Three. A (CC)
TOON HIHI Puffy Ami Toally Spies Atomic Betty Cartoon Cartoon's Greatest Hits TeenTitans Duck Dodgers
'N Yuml Brain Drain' "Wavelength"
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monde(SC)
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USA onk& the an intruder and gains a new assis- star is implicated in the murder of a Monk uncovers a murder while lying
Blackout" (CC) tant. (CC) tell-all book's author. (CC) low in a remote cabin.
V WHY DO FOOLS FALL IN LOVE (1998, Biogra- The Surreal Life A (CC) Strange Love Brigitte Nielsen and
VH1 phy) Halle Berry, VivicaA. Fox, Lela Rochon. A Flavor RFlay.
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WGN unrest Home Matthew Lawrence, David Gallagher. A sports-loving angel helps out a Nine (CC) play (CC)
WVideos A (CC) struggling football team. A (CC) ;
I :00) Summer- Summerland The Grass is Green- Summerland Secrets" Ava is in- WB11 News at Ten Weekend
WPIX and "Into My er Than You Think" A (CC) creasingly concerned about Bradin's Edition With Peter Thorne and
Life" n (CC) relationship with Sarah. A Mary Murphy (CC)
That '70s Show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Patriots 5th Quarter
WSBK Red taps Kelso The team probes a deadly bus The team finds evidence in a mur-
for film role. A crash and possible sabotage. A der leading to a stalker. (CC)

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HBO-E TOLERABLE A (CC) 'Just Say Yes" es Justin to make a difficult deci- n (C WINDOW (2004)
CRUELTY (CC) (sin. (N) n (CC) JohnnyDepp.
(6:15) BA- *** THE RUNDOWN (2003, Adventure) The Rock, (45) MYBIG FAT GREEK WEDDING (2002,
HBO-P sC (2003) John Seann William Scott. A bounty hunter must find his Comedy) Nia Vardalos. The daughter of traditional
Travolta. boss's son in the Amazon. 0 'PG-13' (CC) Greeks is engaged to a WASP. n 'PG' (CC)
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stenographer, n 'PG-13' (CC) tomey matches wits with a gold digger. A 'PG-13' (CC)
(:15)* ** GOOD ADVICE (2001, Comedy Charlie *** SOMETHING THE LORD MADE (2004, Docudrama) Alan Rick-
H BO-S Sheen, Angie Harmon. A former Wall Street hotshot man, Mos Def, Mary Stuart Masterson. A lab technician helps a doctor
takes over an advice column. A 'R' (CC) with surgical techniques. A 'NR' (CC)
(:45) *** SOMETHING'S GOTTA GIVE (2003, Romance-Comedy) Jack Nicholson, Di- **5 CHARLIE'S ANGELS: FULL
MAX-E ane Keaton, Keanu Reeves. A music exec falls for the mother of his young gilfriend. THROTTLE (2003, Action) Cameron
'PG-13' (CC) Diaz, Lucy Lu. A 'NR'
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Lee, Diane Neal. TV. A 'R' (CC) renew the war on man. A 'R' (CC)
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