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Hotel owner


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Beach resorts


is 'cancelled'


By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
THE fate of the $1.2 billion
Cable Beach redevelopment
hung in the balance last night
as Philip Ruffin, owner of the
Wyndham Nassau and Crystal
Palace Casino, told The Tribune
the deal he had with the Baha
Mar investment consortium was
"cancelled".
Mr Ruffin, who also owns the
Nassau Beach Hotel, said he
was not granting the Baha Mar
group an extension to the now-
expired February 17 deadline it
had to complete the acquisition
of both his resorts, throwing
into doubt whether the giant
investment project will actually
happen.
Mr Ruffin said: "There is no
sale at this point. The deadline
was the 17th and they didn't
come through, so at this point
we don't have a deal.
"At some point you have to
put up hard money and they
didn't. No extension (has been
granted), so the contract is can-
celled.
"I gave them four months
and they didn't exercise (the
purchase option). They're
(Baha Mar) nice people, they're
good people, but a lot of things
had to fall into place. They've
run me through the ringer."
The consequences of Baha
Mar's project not proceeding
could have a major impact on
projected growth for the
Bahamian economy and
employment in this nation.
The investors previously said
the project, which aims to com-
bine Mr Ruffin's properties and
the Government-owned Radis-
son Cable Beach Resort into a
gigantic mega resort complex
along the lines of a Las Vegas
casino model, would inject $450
million in annual gross domestic
product (GDP) into the econo-
my.
About 4,700 full-time jobs for
Bahamians would be created
during the first 12 months of
construction, with annual wages
paid to them estimated to total
125 million.
In its first full-year of opera-
tion, the Baha Mar Cable Beach
project would also provide
direct employment for an "addi-
tional" 4,500 Bahamians, with
this number expected to
increase by 50 per cent in its
second year.
Phase I of the project will


accommodate 2,500 new or
completely refurbished rooms,
an expanded golf course, a 'Las
Vegas' style casino and 75,000
square feet of convention space.
The Baha Mar consortium,
which has as its lead investor
Lyford Cay-based billionaire
Dikran Izmirlian, had previ-
ously agreed a purchase option
with Mr Ruffin that gave them
120 days to complete the pur-
chase of his hotels.
When contacted by The Tri-
bune yesterday, a Baha Mar
spokesman declined to com-
ment, saying: "We really are
unable to comment at this time
due to the sensitivity of ongoing
negotiations with both the Gov-
ernment and Mr Ruffin."
The Tribune understands,
though, that talks between Baha
Mar and the Government on
the purchase of the Hotel Cor-
poration's Radisson resort and a
Heads of Agreement for the
entire project have essentially
been successfully concluded,
with just the legal formalities
and documents left to be com-
pleted.
But as The Tribune's Busi-
ness section constantly warned
over the past two months, the
Government's failure to con-
clude its side of the deal before
the February 17 option with Mr
Ruffin expired has given the
Wichita-based billionaire the
opportunity to walk away from
the Baha Mar proposal.
Mr Ruffin is regarded as a
shrewd and tough negotiator,
and has no shareholders to
answer to, meaning that it is he
- and he alone who takes all
the decisions relating to his
businesses. The failure to meet
the February 17 deadline has
therefore put the project's fate
in the hands of one man Mr
Ruffin, a situation Baha Mar
was keen to avoid.
But the investors are under-
stood to still be hopeful that an
agreement with Mr Ruffin
remains within reach. The Gov-
ernment may also have some
leverage, given that Prime Min-
ister Perry Christie was Mr
Ruffin's attorney before he took
public office.
If the Cable Beach project
blows up, it is likely to be a
major embarrassment for the
Government, which has heavily
touted the project. One close
observer of developments said it
See DEAL, Page 11


Two men are in custody after an attempted robbery at Value Discount Store yesterday.
One of those in custody is in hospital, while an accomplice is still at large.
(Photo: Mario Duncanson)



Store owner shoots



man in failed robbery


By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
THE owner of a Village
Road store turned a shotgun
on one of three men attempt-
ing to rob his premises yester-
day and shot him in the neck,
leaving the man critically
injured.
The incident occurred at the
Value Discount Store, where
owner William Wong was
manning the register.
According to Assistant
Superintendent Elsworth
Moss, three men armed with a
gun entered the store shortly


By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter
FIRE fighters and police offi-
cers rushed to the Williemae
Pratt School for Girls yester-
day after authorities received
reports of a fire at the facility.
They were confronted by an
electrical fire which they quick-
ly contained.
The facility was the scene of a
deadly fire in October 2003
when two girls died after flames
tore through one of the dorms.
According to police reports,
yesterday's fire was discovered
at 12.25pm by a security guard


before 1pm and demanded
cash.
ASP Moss said that it was
then that the owner of the
store pulled out his own
weapon and fired shots that hit
one of the men in the neck.
The three men fled the scene
north onto Village Road,
where the injured man even-
tually collapsed on the pave-
ment. A shotgun was found
near him, police said.
He was taken by ambulance
to the Princess Margaret Hos-
pital with serious wounds. Last
night he was detained under
police guard.


while on patrol of the com-
pound.
"The security guard sAw that
the roof of the western side of
the building, over the storage
area, was on fire," Chief Supt
Hulan Hanna told The Tribune.
Members of the fire depart-
ment stationed at Elizabeth
Estates responded immediately,
followed closely by a second
unit from Police Headquarters
on East Street.
The girls housed at the facili-
ty at the time were also evacu-
ated.
Upon the arrival of the fire
department, the blaze was


The second alleged robber
was also taken into police cus-
tody, but the third remained
at large.
A vehicle, which may have
been used in the hold-up was
also secured by police.
ASP Moss said on Friday
afternoon that it was too early
to say whether charges would
be brought against the owner.
"We will have to look at all
the evidence and then make a
decision based on that."
ASP Moss urged small busi-
ness owners to remain vigilant
of their surroundings at all
times, not just at closing time.


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quickly extinguished and dam-
age was confined to the west-
ern portion of the roof.
There were no reports of any
injuries.
Although concerns regarding
foul play were instantly raised,
they were quickly allayed when
the initial assessment of the sit-
uation showed that the fire was
not the result of something
"criminal or untoward", but
rather the consequence of an
electrical malfunction, said
Chief Supt Hanna.
Police report that initial
investigations indicate that the
fire broke out after a "From


He also reminded them to
make frequent deposits so that
they did not have a large
amount of cash on hand.
As police conducted their
investigations, a large crowd
of curious onlookers sur-
rounded the perimeter of the
crime scene. A few large pud-
dles of blood were visible in
the road.
One witness, who preferred
not to be named told The Tri-
bune that he saw a man fleeing
the scene. The witness said the
man appeared to be a teenag-
See STORE, Page 11


Dusk till Dawn" light fixture
short-circuited.
"We are satisfied that there
was no culpable behaviour, and
electrical failure is not uncom-
mon. Thankfully they were able
to put out the fire before it
caused greater problems for the
centre and the fire depart-
ment," said Chief Supt Hanna.
Security at the rehabilitative
facility was stepped up after a
fire in 2003 claimed the lives of
16-year-olds Anastada Alexan-
der and Deshawn Ingraham.
The two residents were
See FIRE, Page 11


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LOCALNW


HAPPY BIRTHDAY
TO A VERY SPECIAL PERSON IN OUR LIFE, MAY GOD CONTINUE TO BLESS
YOU WITH MANY MORE BIRTHDAYS TO COME. THANK YOU FOR BEING
THERE THROUGH THE YEARS, YOUR SUPPORT MEAN SO MUCH TO US ALL
FROM: ANDREW BROWN & FAMILY

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By A FELICITY
INGRAHAM
Tribune Staff Reporter
A ndrew McKin-
ney broke
down and wept
in court on Fri-
day as he
explained how he ended up
stabbing his life-long friend
Dominique St Louis to death
on the night of January 26, 2002.
As the defence opened their
case before Supreme Court Jus-
tice Anita Allen yesterday,
McKinney gave an unsworn
statement from the prisoner's
dock about the night his friend
died.
He explained that the
deceased had become enraged
because he had lost all of his
money in a dice game, which
was being conducted in his yard.
.",I took the dice; I asked
everyone to leave the yard," he
said.
McKinney said St Louis was
the last one out of the yard, and
he continued arguing and shout-
ing obscenities at him.
He said St Louis said: "You
don't know what I have on me;
I could kill you right now."
McKinney said he continued
to tell his friend to leave the
yard, but his friend responded
that he should try to take him
out of the yard.
He said he told the deceased,
"I ain't goin' through that; just
don't come back in my yard
after tonight".
St Louis, he said, came in his
face telling him he would come
back there in the morning, and
continued telling him that he
would kill him.
He said his friend then began
pushing him in his face.
At this point, he, broke down
in tears saying: "I didn't want
any trouble, so I went inside my


A court heard the tear-filled explanation of Andrew Mckinney yesterday.
(Photo: Mario Duncanson)


house and I shut the door. .
He said St Louis came into
the house behind him and con-
tinued taunting him, following
him as he went into the kitchen.
There, he told the court, he
stabbed his friend.
He said he then ran out of
the house and asked that an
ambulance and the police be
called to the property.
He said he returned to see St
Louis lying by his front door in
a pool of blood.
Pathologist Govinda Raju
told the court that St Louis suf-
fered from four wounds.
The first was a five centime-
tre-long knife wound at the
abdomen above the navel. This
wound, according to eyewit-
nesses who testified earlier in
the trial, is where St Louis'
intestines were hanging from.
The second was a deep stab
wound to the left shoulder,
which exposed internal muscle.


Dr Raju said the third
wound, which was to the back
of the left shoulder, required
some force to be exerted by the
attacker.
The fourth was a wound near
the left shoulder blade.
The deceased had a tattoo on
one arm which read "DPG",
while another on the other arm
read "No Love".
The defence's first witness,
Damion Bullard, said DPG
referred to a gang known as the
"Dog Pound".
He told the court that the
deceased was "poking" the
accused in his face and even his
eyes, while threatening to kill
him that night.
He said he encouraged McK-
inney not to fight with St Louis.
Mr Bullard said McKinney nev-
er showed any signs of anger
that night.
The trial was adjourned until
Monday.


On Tuesday, 1st February 2005
the entire staff headed by the
management team of the Lyford
Cay Club saluted our managing
director, Mr. Paul Thompson,
at an appreciation reception held
in his honor for having won the
recent Cacique Award as
Hotelier of the Year 2004. At
the reception, Mr. Thompson
was commended for his twenty-
four years of exemplary
leadership to the team and
overall club. In the photograph
left, at the reception, Mr. Paul
Thompson proudly holds his
duho as Cacique Award 2004
Hotelier of the Year.


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(Pictured Left), The

duho on display at the

reception held at the

club for

Mr. Paul Thompson.


A A.LUB"I MANAGEMENT


Left, a supportive management team celebrates Mr. Thompson's outstanding
achievement with him in the front circle of the club following the reception,
.from left to right as follows:


Mr. Derrington Rahming, director, engineering; Mr. Ken Ward, director,
heart of the house food operations; Mr. Pascal Hollaender, executive chef;
Mr. Philippe Sahnoune, director, dining operations & special events; Mr.
Reuben Stuart, deputy managing director; Mr. Paul Thompson, managing
director and Cacique Award Hotelier of the Year 2004; Mrs. Janette
Smith, senior assistant manager clubhouse operations; Mrs. Mary Deleveaux,
director, human resources; Mr. Bob Paisley, director, golf course maintenance
& landscaping; Mr. Peter Maguire, chief financial officer and Mr. John
Papadopoulos, director, facilities and projects management. Not pictured is
Ms. Sherrilee Flowers, executive housekeeper.


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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2005, PAGE 3


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Keva Major:


my 'hell


inside Fox Hill Prison



Drug accused 'in fear of my life'

amid 'degrading' conditions


By A FELICITY
INGRAHAM
Tribune Staff Reporter

KEVA Major made a heart-
felt plea to Justice Jon Isaacs in
the Supreme Court yesterday
begging for relief from her
"hell" in Fox Hill Prison.
She lashed out at the
"degrading" conditions she
experiences at the facility and
calls her case along with that of
her husband Dwight Major, a
"travesty of justice".
The pair are both being held
in prison on allegations of drug
trafficking.
The mother-of-four gave the
court a long list of complaints
about her conditions at Her
Majesty's Prison, and at one
point broke into tears and had
to be comforted by her hus-
band, who stroked her on the
back as she stated her claims.
"I am being threatened; I am
in fear of my life there," Keva
Major told the court. "I don't
know the last time I have taken
a bath, and when you do get
water, it's well water and it's
rusty."
She said she is ordered to do
"demeaning things" like scrub-
bing the floor, while the offi-
cers laugh.
Her food, she said, comes to
her cold, explaining that the
food sits on the gate all day, and'
around 4pm or even as late as
7pm, she is finally brought her
meal cold "like a dog".
Contrary to section 265 of the
Prison Law book, she stated,
prison officers go into her cell
without her permission, and she
claims they have stolen her


Still sought

POLICE are still searching
for this man for questioning
in connection with the murder
of Fabian Joffer.
He is 25-year-old Jason
Marshall (right) whose last
known address was Hamster
Avenue, off Faith Avenue.
Marshall is described as being
of slim build and with a light
brown complexion.
He is considered armed and
extremely dangerous. Anyone


belongings.
Keva Major eloquently quot-
ed from various other sections
of the prison book, and alleged
various infractions occurring on
a daily basis.
For example, she said she is
given 20 minutes rather than
the stipulated two hours to meet
with her counsel. Officers lis-
ten to everything that is said
and read everything that is sent
to her, so that they know all of
her "personal business" she told
the court.
The attorneys, she said, are
annoyed as well because offi-
cers argue with them and do not
give them enough time with
their clients.
She talked about having to
use the bathroom in a slop
bucket, and being placed in a
cell with "crazy people" or
"people who have AIDS or
tuberculosis".
"All my clothes and shoes
have been taken away from me.
I have nothing. I have been
stripped of everything," she
said.
"They don't allow my mother
to take my dirty clothes, wash
them and bring them back.
There is no line to hang your
clothes on."
Keva Major appealed to Jus-
tice Isaacs to come and visit the
facility first hand.
She also complained about
huge desks being placed
between her and her visitors,
meaning she has to shout to talk
to them.
She has refused to allow her
children to come and see her in
her condition, because she can-
not hold them or even commu-


by police.....


w i t h
informa-
tion con-
cerning
t h e
where-
abouts of
this man
is asked
to contact
the police at #919, #322-3333,
CDU at #502-9991 or Crime
Tipsters at #328-8477.


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Dwight (left) and Keva Major were back in court yesterday. The two begged Justice Jon Isaacs for some time together, having being married for
16 years but forced to spend the last two years apart incarcerated at Her Majesty's Prison.
(Photo: Mario Duncanson)


nicate with them at close range.
"This is very unconstitutional.
I am begging you, sir, please,"
she said, explaining that she is
being treated "worse than an
animal".
She then turned her attention
to her husband. She said they
have been married for 16 years,
and yet they are not even
allowed to come down to court
together in one vehicle. The


officers, she said, have stopped
her from being allowed to see
her husband to prepare their
case.
Justice Isaacs said they should
be irate, because every attor-
ney they hired never properly
prepared their records from the
magistrate courts to bring to the
Supreme Court.
"I am very upset about this
situation. Preparing our defence


was something I always want-
ed to do. I was misled and mis-
informed," she told the court.
Dwight Major asked Justice
Isaacs if he could make an
application to have their mat-
ter taken out of the Supreme
Court and to be heard back
before Magistrate Linda Virgill,
as they did not have an oppor-
tunity to present a defence in
their case.





food




'if you have

eaten these

products, the

risk is likely to

be very

small.'


Heinz's Weight Watchers Shep-
herds Pie, Heinz's Weight
Watchers Beef Hot Pot,
Heinz's Weight Watchers
Chicken in BBQ Sauce, and
Schweppes/Coca Cola Enter-
prises' Tomato Juice Cocktail.
(A full list of the products
affected can be found at
http://www.food.gov.uk/safer-
eating/sudani/sudanlist)
,Sudan I could contribute to


Justice Isaacs said that
request is a part of the habeas
corpus, and their trial was set
to begin yesterday. But their
attorney, Godfrey Pinder, did
not have the records ready in
time.
He is one of many lawyers
the couple has used throughout
the length of their case. This
application is now set to be
heard on April 1.




alert


an increased risk of cancer and
it is not possible to identify a
safe level or to quantify the risk.
However, at the levels present
in these food products the risk is
likely to be very small, the
agency said. The agency added
there is no risk of immediate
illness.
"If you have eaten these
products the risk is likely to be
very small, and not eating them
any more is a sensible thing to
do. Being exposed to a sub-
stance that could contribute to
the development of cancer does
not necessarily mean that you
will develop cancer. There are
many causes of cancer, includ-
ing lifestyle and environment,"
the release said.

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By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Senior Staff Reporter

THE Bahamas was one of 17
countries to be named in an
international alert yesterday,
warning consumers about hun-
dreds of food products which
contain a dye that could
increase a person's risk of devel-
oping cancer.
Britain's Food Standards
Agency in a release said that
the food products in question
were shipped to Canada and the
United States as well as most
of Europe and countries in the
Caribbean.
The agency said that the dye,
Sudan I, is contained in a batch
of, chili powder used by Premier
Foods to make a Worcester-
shire sauce, which in turn is
used as an ingredient in at least
350 food products.
The dye Sudan I is a red dye
that is used for colouring sol-
vents, oils, waxes, petrol, shoe
and floor polishes. It is not






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14.4 3.50%
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13.00 13.00 Bahamas Supermarkets 13.00 14.00 16.00 1.328 0.720 10.5 5.14%
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 43.00 41.00 2.220 0.000 19.4 0.00%
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0.60 0.35 RND Holdings 0.29 0.54 0.35 -0.103 0.000 N/M 0.00%/
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1.0894 1.0276 Colina Bond Fund 1.089371"***

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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ROSEMENE PIERRE,
MAYCOCK ALLEY, FOX HILL, P.O. BOX N 10461,
NASSAU, 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 19th day of
FEBRUARY, 2005 to the Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.




JA RND

LW Holdings Limited


School water




shortage is




health hazard




for children


EDITOR, The Tribune.
I would appreciate it if you
would publish this letter
addressed to:
Hon Alfred M Sears, MP
Minister of Education,
Ministry of Education.
AS a parent of Oakes Field
Primary School, I am deeply
concerned about the lack of
water which has been ongoing
at the school for over a month,
but has worsened over the past
two weeks.
The school has reported a
high incidence of high temper-
atures, stomach aches,
headaches, runny noses, colds,
coughs and flu. So much so that
we (parents) were asked to
keep our children home if they
are not well. This is a veryseri-
ous health hazard for the chil-
dren, the teachers, administra-
tors and staff and, by extension
their parents and other family
members.
It must be said from the out-
set, that Mrs Beryl Gray, the
school principal, and her very
able administrators are doing
the very best under the circum-


stances and I applaud them for
their efforts!
As a direct result of the lack
of water, school was dismissed
at 12.30pm last week Thursday
and Friday. The parents
received a notice from the
school Wednesday the 15th of
February, that the school will
be dismissed Wednesday
through this Friday, the 18th of
February at 12.30pm until fur-
ther notice. This is entirely
unacceptable! One of the daily
newspapers reported yesterday
that "Oakes Field Primary
School, located on Gregory
Street, is the worst affected of
the public schools by the water
crisis."
How is it that the Ministry of
Education signs a contract to
have "emergency repairs" com-
pleted at AF Adderley Jr High
School but no "emergency"
solution is found for our prima-
ry school, where essentially
there is no water? Imagine
school starts at 9am, and on the


best days there might be water
until 10am, but the children -
almost 700 of them go on
morning recess at 10.30am and
there is no running water!
This is an abuse of our chil-
dren and a total lack of care
demonstrated by the Ministry
of Education to permit this to
happen in the first instance and
to allow it to continue for
weeks.
The ministry needs to solve
this matter today, not on Thurs-
day, Friday or some other day
because it is most unfair to the
children to not be able to
relieve themselves, wash their
hands, blow their noses nor
drink water (for those who can-
not afford bottled water). It is
not right, it is not fair and leads
to the spread of dangerous dis-
eases.
This health emergency needs
an immediate solution. For your
information this letter will be
made public.
MICHAEL A FOULKES
A deeply concerned
Oakes Field Primary
School Parent
Nassau,
February 17, 2005.


EDITOR, The Tribune.
OVER the past months,
there has been much talk about
the proposed "bus company"
that is supposed to bring civili-
sation to our streets. The Min-
ister of Transport has expressed
on several occasions that this is
one of the avenues that will dis-
courage the "dog-eat-dog" men-
tality of the bus drivers. These
suggestions have been made too
long ago. In the meantime, we
the motoring and pedestrian
public suffer. The excuses given
for the bus drivers behaving like
cannibals is simply unaccept-
able. There is no excuse for any-
one intentionally breaking the
law consistently, while law-abid-
ing citizens' lives are put in dan-
ger on a daily basis.
Bus drivers have literally tak-
en over our streets, obviously
immune from prosecution,


PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL
The Public is hereby advised that I, CINDY CHEFRERE, of
Garden Hills #1, Nassau, Bahamas, intend to change my name
to CINDY JOSEPH. If there are any objections to this change
of name by Deed Poll, you may write such objections to the
Chief Passport Officer, P.O.Box N-742, Nassau, Bahamas no
later than thirty (30) days after the date of publication of this
notice.



PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL,
The Public is hereby advised that I, HAZEL FELICIA WHITE,
of Hamster Road, P.O. Box SS-5795, Nassau, Bahamas, intend
to change my name to HAZEL FELICIA CARROLL. If there
are any objections to this change of name by Deed Poll, you
may write such objections to the Chief Passport Officer, P.O.Box
N-742, Nassau, Bahamas no later than thirty (30) days after
the date of publication of this notice.



PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL
The Public is hereby advised that I, NARDRALEE
MONIQUE of Bolt Old Fort Bay, West Bay St., Nassau,
Bahamas, intend to change my name to NARDRALEE
MONIQUE GRIFFITHS If there are any objections to this
change of name by Deed Poll, you may write such
objections to the Chief Passport Officer, PO.Box N-742,
Nassau, Bahamas no later than thirty (30) days after the
date of publication of this notice.


because they have no fear and
they brag about it. Some bus
drivers stop to liquor stores to
buy a beer or stout with a bus
full of people watching, no one
is brave enough to grunt to the
driver, so they sit like a "lamb to
the slaughter".
This writer has on a million
occasions complained of how
buses, with police present, cre-
ate three and four lanes at will
and nothing is done. It is almost
acceptable by all that the buses
can do that.
Two buses pulled side by side
in front of Cable Bahamas, in
the middle of the street and
decided to have a conversation.
Disgruntled drivers behind the
buses kept blowing their horns
but to no avail. When the bus
drivers were through chatting
among themselves, one of them
fired some "five pound words"
to the seething drivers behind
them. To my shocked amaze-
ment one bus driver, with a bus
full of people and some school
children, showed the disgrun-
tled driver his cutlass.
The Bahamian public cannot
wait until the Bus Company is
formed before heavy fines and
revocation of drivers' licences
and/or disqualification of their
franchise. Drastic measures


must be put in place to stop the
anarchy on our streets. The bus
catastrophe is similar to the vex-
ing situation we find in other
aspects of our society, that has
been allowed to linger too long,
until some innocent people are
either injured seriously or lives
lost because supposedly "law-
abiding" people doing nothing.
Minister of Transport Glenys'
Hanna-Martin must exert her
powers to make sure that this
chaotic situation is rectified
NOW. The police must "clamp
down" on all public service dri-
vers, especially bus drivers.
The police presence on
Robinson Road and Prince
Charles in particular in non
existent, or a token ride by a
motor cycle cop through once in
a while to appease the public.
The usual gridlock on the cor-
ner of Old Tail and Prince
Charles can easily be avoided
if a police is stationed there
EVERY MORNING. Why has
this small problem been allowed
to fester for so long? Are we
waiting for a major disaster?
A word to the wise is suffi-
cient.
IVOINE W INGRAHAM
Nassau,
February 15, 2005.


Monarchy protects

the British system

of government


EDITOR, The Tribune.
YOUR article concerning
Prince Harry contained com-
ments from a "British resident"
of Nassau questioning the worth
of The Royal Family.
In The United Kingdom, The
Bahamas, Canada and other
Commonwealth countries
where Queen Elizabeth II
serves as Head of State we owe
our allegiance to Her Majesty as
our Head of State and a symbol
of our freedom and civil liber-
ties. We take so many things for
granted and fail to realise that
these rights were gained over
many centuries. A Constitu-
tional Monarchy exists for our
benefit by denying ultimate
authority to The Prime Minister
or his colleagues. The Queen
and The Governor-General will
only sign into law legislation
which adheres to our Constitu-
tion. The Queen has served us
well for over fifty years.
Activities of other members


of The Royal Family may be
praised or criticised accordingly
but they have little bearing on
the daily workings of govern-
ment. We should also bear in
mind that the tabloid press like
being "outraged" and high pro-
file people are always in the
news for one reason or another.


A WARDLE, Jr
Nassau,
January 18, 2005.


We cannot wait



for 'bus company'


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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2005, PAGE 5


WHY YOU VEX? .A


By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
WHY YOU VEX?


"Let me tell you why I vex. I travel to Exu-
ma a lot and I noticed dey don't even have a
good PA system to call da flight. Da agents gat-
ta shout over bout 50 Bahamians and anudder
50 tourists just to call you when da flight reach.
It is so embarrassing. Ya see Exuma gat
state of the art hotel down dere
and ya gatta shout at da air-
port. Something wrong dere.
Come on Exuma get with 0"(j
it."
Frequent Traveler to (
Exuma. /


"One of my good
friends is of Haitian
descent. Her family
has been in the coun-
try legally for the past
twenty years since she
arrived as a little girl.
While I absolutely do
not condone the arrival
of illegal immigrants
because they drain our
resources, there are legal
Haitians who are clean,
law abiding and make sig-
nificant contributions to
the Bahamian society. It
makes me vex that peo-
ple lump the good with
the bad!
S Roker, 31
The Grove


I was at Arawak Cay the other day and
was reminded at how hideous that big rusty
eyesore of a government building looks. You
know think of all the cruise ships which pass in
and out the harbour. So when they arrive they


see a big mess as the first impression of Nassau
and then they reminded of it again when they
leave. It so bad. I would gladly give the gov-
ernment some gas and a match so they could
burn that heap of rust down."
Embarrassed in Sans Souci, 41.
I am vex with people who come to work
even though they knew that they are they sick
and they spend all day sniffling and sneezing
and spreading their nasty germs
all about. They should stay
home or keep Lysol around.
Because before you know
"- it makes the whole office
sick.
And sometimes peo-
ple want to stay home
but their bosses act like
they trying to duck
work, so even though
they want to stay home,
they can't. So either
way you get stuck with
people's germs and then
everyone got to be out
half dead.
-S. Brown
Kennedy.
WHY YOU HAPPY?
"I am happy for that lil
bit of cold we had this
week. It give me a chance
to wear my few warm cute
S, outfits. And the cold weath-
er gave me a perfect excuse
to snuggle up with my Valen-
: tine"
A Warm Cutie, Winton.
"I happy the roads was clear for a few days
this week cause no school. That means I final-
ly get to work before 9am. Halleliuilah
"A warm cutie also".


Christopher Leonard Sands is taken away by police following yesterday's hearing.
(Photo: Dave Ralph/The Abaconian)





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mur erff


Police seek 19-year-old in


hunt for missing teenager


By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
FREEPORT Grand Bahama Police have
issued an All Points Bulletin for 19-year-old
Nakaya Domenica Stuart, who is suspected of
harbouring a minor.
Officers of the Central Detective Unit suspect
that Ms Stuart may be concealing 13-year-old
Melissa Jennings, who was reported missing by
her mother on Saturday.
According to reports, Antascia Walker of 2
West Atlantic Drive reported to the police that
her daughter, a student of St Georges' High, left


Ia


home on the evening of February 7.
She told police after returning home from work
around 6.45pm on February 7, her sons told her
that Melissa went out with a friend. She has not
been seen or heard from since.
Melissa is about 5ft 5in tall of slim build and fair
complexion.
She was last seen wearing a pink and white
outfit with pink and white boots.
Anyone who may know the whereabouts of
Stuart or Jennings is asked to contact the Grand
Bahama Police at 350-3106, 352-9774/5, or crime
tipster at 352-1919. In Nassau, at 328-8477, 322-.
2516 or 919.


By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter


FREEPORT A 26-year-old man from
Guana Cay was charged with murder and
armed robbery when he appeared in the
Magistrate's Court at Marsh Harbour, Aba-
co on Friday.
Christopher Leonard Sands, who
appeared before Magistrate McKee, is
accused of murdering Eltoro 'Yogi' Adder-
ley of Dundas Town, Abaco. Sands was also
charged with the armed robbery of Mr


Adderley.
According to reports, Mr Adderley, who
left by boat for Guana Cay on February 13,
was found dead in the boat with gunshot
wounds to the head on February 14.
Mr Adderley's death is the first homicide
for the year on the island of Abaco.
Godfrey "Pro" Pinder represented Sands,
who was not required to enter a plea to the
charges of murder and armed robbery. He
was remanded to Her Majesty's Prison, Fox
Hill, until a preliminary inquiry set for July
5.


Oil spills hit two


Eight Mile Rock


communities
g t


By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
FREEPORT Oil and fuel
spills that were detected along
the southern coastline in West
Grand Bahama have resulted
in the contamination of sea
water in two communities at
Eight Mile Rock, an environ-
mental health official has
reported.
Chief Public Analyst Mike
Wallace said the spills have
caused a brown discoloration
to the surface of the sea water
from Lover's Beach in Hepburn
Town to Hanna Hill.
He reported that a brown oil
slick was detected at 10am on
February 15 off Lover's Beach.
It was noted that another spill
of oil was detected that after-
noon at the coast near the Sky
Ramp in Hanna Hill, where
local divers claimed to have wit-
nessed a spill during the transfer
of oil between two vessels in
the area.
Mr Wallace said the sources
of the spills are unknown.
"We have surveyed the coasts
of Eight Mile Rock to Holmes
Rock and have not found any
effects from the oil spills," he
reported.
Mr Wallace said they have
alerted the island administrator
to small pools of oil on the
rocky shores in the vicinity of
the Hanna Proteus Apartments
in Hanna Hill.
Mr Hanna noted that a
request was placed with BOR-
CO to assist with the protection
of the rocky shores from the
worst effects of the spill,
through the judicious applica-
tion of an approved oil disper-
sant to the water.
This application, he said,


would break up the oil and
cause it not to bond with the
rocky surfaces.
However, he reported, that
none of these requests could be
completed since the water was
too shallow, and the rocky
shores too perilous for boat or
vehicle activity.


'We have

surveyed the

coasts of

Eight Mile
Rock to

Holmes Rock

and not found
any effects.'

In a report to the director,
Mr Wallace noted that they
were not able to pin point the
sources of the spills because the
vessels that were off Eight Mile
Rock had left the area.
In his report, he did not rec-
ommend any additional action
concerning the spills, and has
made recommendation to
enhance reporting and collab-
orative response concerning
spills on the island in the spirit
of the Bahamas Oil Spill Plan.


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SATURDAY
FEBRUARY19
12:30 Lisa Knight & The Round
Table
1:00 Gillette World Sports
1:30 Sports ULifestyles
2:00 In This Comer Carlos
Palomino Pt. 1
2:30 Sports Desk
3:00 Ballroom Boxing
4:00 Gospel Video Countdown
5:00 One Cubed
5:30 3'D Funk Studio
6:00 Prescription For Health
7:00 Bahamas Tonight
7:30 Native Stew
8:00 Bahamian Things
8:30 Culture Corner with Geno D
9:00 The Darold Miller Show
10:00 Tropical Beat
11:00 Bahamas Tonight
11:30 The Lounge
12:30 Community Pg. 1540AM

SUNDAY
FEBRUARY 20
2:00 Community Pg. 1540AM
9:00 E.M.PA.C.T.
9:30 Voice That Makes The
Difference
10:00 Effective Living
10:30 Morning Joy
11:00 Zion Baptist Church
1:00 Gillette World Sports
1:30 This Is The Life
2:00 Gospel Video Countdown
3:00 World Impact
3:30 Ernest Angley Ministries
4:30 Morning Joy
5:00 Walking In Victory
6:00 One Cubed
6:30 Holy Hip Hop
7:00 Bahamas Tonight
7:30 Kemp Road Ministries
8:00 Living Abundantly
9:00 Ecclesia Gospel
10:00 Turning Point
10:30 Spiritual Impact: Leroy
Campbell
11:00 BahAmas Tonight
11:30 Gospel Video Countdown
12:30amComm. Pg. 1540AM


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THE TRIBUNE


PAGE 6, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2005


LOCalNEWS I


Bahamians


for roles


in


sought






Pirates


of the


Caribbean


By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
FREEPORT Casting direc-
tor Thomas Gustafson and his
team are on Grand Bahama for
casting calls for parts in the Dis-
ney movie 'Pirates of the
Caribbean' II and III.
Mr Gustafson, the Caribbean
background casting director, is
looking to cast about 100 local
people for parts in the movies,
which will be filmed simultane-
ously in the Bahamas and other
parts of the Caribbean.
He said casting calls will take
place at Our Lucaya Resort
between 1pm and 4pm on Sat-
urday for persons of all types


FILMS
and all ages.
The group is conducting cast-
ing calls throughout the
Caribbean.
"We had casting calls in St
Vincent and Dominica. We
arrived on Wednesday in the
Bahamas looking for all types of
people and all ages to fill out
applications and have their pho-
tos taken to be considered to
be in the films," said Mr
Gustafson.
He noted that persons are
needed to portray pirates,
sailors, and Asian seamen.
Mr Gustafson said persons


selected in the Bahamas for
parts may have to travel to St
Vincent for the filming of scenes
and vice versa.
The Bahamas government
signed an agreement with the
Disney Motion Picture Compa-
ny for the filming of the two
movies between May 2005 and
January 2006.
It is estimated that the films
will generate $30 million on
Grand Bahama, where 16,000
room nights have been com-
mitted as part of the produc-
tion. It is anticipated that the
room nights could exceed
30,000 as additional technical
people are brought in for the
productions.


The film crew will utilise the
gigantic water tank facilities at
the Gold Rock Creek Film Stu-
dio in East Grand Bahama.
Mr Gustafson said a lot of the
work and filming that will be
done in the Bahamas will actu-
ally take place on the pirate
boats.
"We are probably looking for
over 100 people that we are
probably going to cast locally
for the shooting here.
"No experience is necessary,
but we are interested in pirate-
looking people. So will be cast-
ing a lot of pirates and if you
are coming to the casting call
you should look as scratchy as
you can," he said.


"I encourage people to come
out later in the day because a lot
of people tend to come at 1pm
thinking they would have a bet-
ter chance. It doesn't matter
when you come, but we encour-
age as many people to come out
and be a part of this."
Mr Gustafson, a freelance
casting director from New
York, has casted for the film,
Weatherman, which is also
directed by the same director
of Pirates of the Caribbean.
That film, which is staring
actor Nicholas Cage, is due out
next month, he said.
Mr Gustafson also did the
casting for other popular films
such as 'Master and Comman-


der' starring Peter Weir and
Russell Crowe which was filmed.
in Mexico. As well as the Chica-
go gangster film, 'Road to
Perdition' staring Tom Hanks.
Mr Gustafson, who is based
out of St Vincent for the casting,
is expected to leave the island
early next week.
"We take all the files and go
back to our office in St Vincent,
where we will go through thp
files selecting people we would
want to call for an on camera
audition," he said. i
Mr Gustafson said the audi-
tion tapes will be taken to Los
Angeles, where he and the
director will determine who will
be selected for the film.


Dominicans plead not



guilty to illegal fishing


By TIFFANY GRANT
Tribune Staff Reporter
TWO men from the Domini-
can Republic appeared in Mag-
istrate's Court on Nassau Street
yesterday on charges of unlaw-
ful fishing and using prohibit-
ed apparatus in the exclusive
fishing zone of the Bahamas.
According to court records,


it was alleged that Isidro Diaz
and Felix Almonte Diaz, on
February 16 while North of Salt
Cay and on board a fishing ves-
sel named "Shabak", unlawful-
ly took fish within the exclusive
fishing zone.
On the same date and place it
was also alleged that the defen-
dants were found in possession
of a dive compressor, without


first obtaining a permit.
Through an interpreter, the
accused were read their charges
and both pleaded not guilty.
Immigration officer Rahming
told the court that both defen-
dants are legally living in the
Bahamas.
Magistrate Susan Sylvester
set bail at $3,500 each with one
surety and they ordered to sur-
render all of their travel docu-
ments.
The case was adjourned to
May 30, 2005.
In other court news, a resi-
dent of Montrose Avenue
pleaded not guilty to four
counts of fraud by false pre-
tences.
It was alleged that Ernest K


Burrows, 58, between Decem-
ber 22, 2004 and January 4,
2005, with the intent to defraud,
obtained goods totalling
$4,738.49 from Bahamas Food
Services, by means of false pre-
tences.
Burrows was granted bail at
$3,500 and will reappear in
court on July 7.
Richard Noel McNeil, 38, of
Dorsette Alley pleaded not
guilty to possession of a firearm
with intent to endanger life.
It was alleged that on Febru-
ary 16 he was found with a shot-
gun with the intent to endan-
ger the life of another.
Bail was set at $10,000 with
two sureties and McNeil will
reappear in court on April 4.


THE BAHAMAS CONFERENCE
OF THE METHODIST CHURCH
m1 Hillside Estates, Baltic Avenue, off Mackey Street
SP.O. Box SS-5103, Nassau, Bahamas
Phone: 393-3726/393-2355/Fax: 393-8135
Wf CHURCH SERVICES
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20,2005
SECOND SUNDAY IN LENT
ASCENSION METHODIST CHURCH, Prince Charles Drive
11:00 a.m. Rev. Dr. Laverne Lockhart


I


COKE MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH, Bernard Road
11:00 a.m. Pastor Sharon Loyley
CURRY MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH, Zion Boulevard
10:00 a.m. Rev. Manette Poitier
7:00 p.m. Bible Study
EBENEZER METHODIST CHURCH, East Shirley Street
11:00 a.m. Mr. Carl Campbell/ Youth Service
7:00 p.m. Pastor Martin Loyley
GLOBAL VILLAGE METHODIST CHURCH, Queen's College
Campus
9:30 a.m. Rev. James Neilly
ST. MICHAEL'S METHODIST CHURCH, Churchill Avenue.
8:00 a.m. Connections Rev. Philip Stubbs
9:30 a.m. Rev. Philip Stubbs
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH, Frederick Street
11:00 a.m. Rev, William Higgs
7:00 p.m. Rev. William Higgs
RADIO PROGRAMMES
"RENEWAL" on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on ZNS 1
Your Host: Ms. Janice J. Knowles
"METHODIST MOMENTS" on each weekday at 6:55 a.m.
Your Host: Ms, Janice J. Knowles
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.


SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20th, 2005
7:00A.M. C. Archer/ Sis. N. Thompson
11:00A.M. Wesley Guild (Youth Board)
7:OOP.M. C. Archer/ Bro. E. Miller/ Bro. A. Bethel (HC)
Them: Rie upye popleof od
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"Sunday School: 10am FUNDAMENTAL
Preachering 11am & 7:30pm EVANGELISTIC
Radio Bible Hour:
Sunday 6pm ZNS 2 Mills
Wed. Prayer & Praise 7:30pm
"Preaching the Bible as is, to men as they are"
Pastor: H. Mills Phone: 393-0563 Box N-3622


SUNDAY 8:30am ZNS-1
8:30am
9:45am
11:00am
7:00pm
WEDNESDAY 7:30PM


Temple Time Broadcast
Early Morning Worship
Sunday School For All Ages
Worship Service
Evening Celebration,
Selective Bible Teaching Royal
Rangers (Boys Club) Ages 4-17 Years
Missionettes (Girls Club) Ages 4-17.


VISIT OUR PREMISE BOOKSTORE, TEMPLE BIBLE & BOOK SUPPLY


ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND

Pastor: Rev. Dr Franklin Knowles

P.O.Box EE-16807
Telephone number 325-5712
EMAIL lynnk@batelnet.bs



GRACE AND PEACE WESLEYAN CHURCH
A SOCIETY OF THE FREE METHODIST CHURCH OF NORTH AMERICA
(WHERE GOD IS ADORED AND EVERYONE IS AFFIRMED)
Worship time.: 11am & 7pm
Sunday School. 9:4 am
Special Service -Andrew Lord's Day
Sunday February 27 at 11am
Guest Speaker: Bro. Bill Davis
Place: Tuynam Heights
off Prince Charles Drive

Rev. Henley Perry
P.OBox SS-5631
Telephone number:324-2538
Telefax number:324-2587
COME TO WORSHIP, LEAVE TO SERVE


THE Post Office has released a fourth set of stamps featur-
ing Bahamian bush medicine.
The stamps, released on February 8,2005, Aloe (Aloe vera)
- 15 cents; Red Stopper (Eugenia rhombea) 25 cents; Blue
Flower (Stachytarpheta jamaicensls) 50 cents; and Bay Laven-
der (Argusia gnaphalodes) 65 cents.
Aloe is used to treat cuts, burns and gas; Red Stopper is
effective in treating diarrohea and for providing energy; Blue
Flower can to be taken to help with teething, rash, worms,
boils and fever; and Bay Lavender is a tea used to treat fevers,
gonorrhea, syhphilis, bladder stones, kidney problems, fish poi-
soning, rheumatism, and to induce abortions.
The stamps, size 30.56x38 mm, were designed by CASB Stu-
dio from painting by Alton Roland Lowe, and printed by BDT
International Security Printers.


'CENTRAL GOSPEL CHAPEL
CHRISTIE & DOWDESWELL STREETS Tel: 325-2921
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH, 2005
11:30a.m. Speaker: Pastor Michael Johnson
7:00p.m. Evening Service
SSunday School-9:45am The Lord's Supper-10:45am* Community Bible Hour
-11:30am* Radio Broadcast ZNS11- 1:30pm* Evening Services -7:00pm
Prayer & Bible Study Wed, 7:30pm Ladie s Prayer Thurs -10:00am


I LIGHT AND LIFE COMMUNITY CHURCH 1


Grounded In The Past &
Geared To The Future


Worship time: 11am & 7pm
Sunday School: 9:45am
Prayer time: 6:30pm
Place:
The Madeira Shopping
Center
(Next door to CIBC)


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Government signs


contracts for new


housing subdivision


Members of the Bahamas Loving and Care Foundation hold a picture of Victor King


Foundation urges


recognition for


man who saved


four from blaze


by NATARIO McKENZIE
TEN years after his death, the Bahamas Lov-
ing and Care Foundation is still appealing to
the Bahamian government for national recog-
nition to the selfless heroics of Victor King.
Described as "just an ordinary Bahamian,"
Mr King, a native of Cat Island made the ulti-
mate sacrifice in May of 1995 when he decided
to brave a fire and rescue four children trapped
inside their burning home in the Fort Fincastle
area.
In an act of heroism and courage King over-
came the odds and braved the raging flames
twice, ultimately saving the children from certain
death. .
Shortly after however he collapsed and had to
be taken to the Princess Margaret Hospital


where on May 25, eleven days later he died as a
result of smoke inhalation.
King's heroics caught the interest of the pres-
ident and founder of the Bahamas Loving and
Care Sam Williams who over the past ten years
has pursued the idea of giving recognition to Mr
King's sacrifice.
On January 25, a painting of Victor King
which also depicted the story of his heroics was
donated by Bahamian artist Joyce Patrina and
presented to his mother Mornette King at her
home on Dunmore Street. Patrina has also
pledged to make a bust of King which will be
erected at the Fort Fincastle site, a project which
has already been approved.
The Victor King Memorial Committee has
pledged to continue its efforts to have the sac-
rifice of Victor King recognised.


, BAHAMIAN contractor Mr Redwin Grant (left) signing a contract for the building of homes in
golden Isles Subdivision number 1, on February 15, as the Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of
Housing and National Insurance Mrs Leila Greene, looks on. Also pictured is Civil and Structural Engi-
neer at the Ministry Mr Anthony Farrington. Mr Grant is one of eight contractors selected by the Min-
istry to build the 43 houses in the subdivision. Minister of Housing and National Insurance Shane Gib-
Ion said that the government plans for construct 22 subdivisions and approximately 1,043 houses
throughout the Bahamas in 2005.
, "We take the business of housing in this country very seriously and it is our sincere hope to provide
affordable housing for all Bahamians," he said. (BIS photo: Eric Rose)


BAHAMIAN Mr Hilliard Walker and the Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Housing and
National Insurance, Mrs Leila Greene, signing a contract for the building of homes in Golden Isles Sub-
division number 1, on February 15. Mr Walker is one of eight contractors selected by the Ministry to
build the 43 houses in the low-income subdivision, in an estimated time of three months. (BIS photo:
Eric Rose)


IndiGO

Indigo Networks is a developing telecommunications company based in
Nassau, Bahamas. Beginning in 2004, Indigo introduced the Bahamas' first
licensed telephony competition to the islands of New Providence, Grand
Bahama, and Abaco. Indigo is currently in search of a highly-qualified Manager
of Network Services. Successful candidates will be highly energized, willing and
able to take on the challenges of a fast-paced network rollout.


Job Description
Network Services is tasked with OA&M of a broad range of systems within the
expanding Indigo network. The manager is responsible for providing strong
leadership for a group of IT personnel with varying disciplines and a range of
technical experience. The principal objective of the Network Services team is
to provide highest system availability and reliability for all telecommunications
and Internet related commercial services and products.
The manager's secondary responsibilities will include budget preparation,
project planning and implementation, vendor management, carrier liaison,
and implementation of technical projects needed to meet business objectives,
Qualifications
* Determined and independent, with 5 years previous IT management
experience maintaining a service provider's network
* Willing to work hands-on 7/24/365 to resolve network or system problems
* University degree. CCNP/CCSP/CCIE, MCP/MCSE, CCSA/CCSE designations
a plus
* Excellent verbal and wril ten communications skills
* Excellent troubleshooting and analytical skills
* History of successful vendor management
* Preferred to have already acted in a capacity as carrier liaison
* Demonstrable experience with Cisco routers, switches (LAN and WAN)
* Knowledge of the fundamentals of 2nd generation NLOS MMDS wireless
systems and wireless backhaul
* Solid understanding of telecommunications circuits from DSO through DS3
* Flexibility to manage multiple cell sites and Operations Centers distributed
across three islands
* Familiarity with MINDCTI billing system and associated AAA and DB
* Hands-on security expertise firewalls, VPNs, IDS
* Extensive knowledge of IP telephony (VolP/VoN), Cisco BTS10200 softswitch,
PSTN gateways, SS7, QoS, SIP H.323, MGCP
* Expertise with typical ISP applications (DNS, radius, Rwhois, mail, network
management/SNMP packet analyzers, etc.)
* Hands-on Unix (Sun and Linux) and NT Admin
* Experience with softswitch administration a necessity
Salary
Salary is commensurate with qualifications.
Apply to:
P.O. Box N-3920
Nassau, Bahamas








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Miss Bahamas contenders


en


good day out


BAHAMAS Ferries, the inter-island marine transportation service provider played host to the con-
testants and committee members participating in the 2005 Miss Bahamas beauty pageant. The com-
pany has been a platinum sponsor and host to the organisation for the last three years in Harbour Island.
The girls enjoyed a day of fun and frolic on the historic and picturesque Harbour Island. The group
departed Nassau at 8am on board the Bo Hengy and arrived in Harbour Island at 10.15am after a brief
stop in Spanish Wells. While on Harbour Island the girls were given a golf cart tour of the island and
were treated to lunch at the Bayside cafe.


By Kilah Rolle
Tribune Staff Reporter


THE island of Andros wel-
comed the first direct flight
from the United States for the
first time in 20 years yesterday
with Continental Airlines'
direct service from Fort Laud-
erdale.
Andros, the largest island in
the Bahamian archipelago, is
becoming well known for eco-
friendly vacations, according
to Wendy Clements, Conti-
nental's director of marketing.
Travel writers from the US
and Canada travelled to
Andros yesterday and over
two days will visit several loca-
tions while also participating


in fishing excursions, scuba div-
ing tours and other eco-friend-
ly activities.
Peter Douglas, manager of
the Ministry of Tourism's
Andros office, said the flight
service is a positive develop-
ment for the entire communi-
ty, but especially hoteliers.
"We have the attractions,"
said Mr Douglas, "being the
bone fishing capital of the
world and home to one of the
worlds largest reefs we
believe this exposure will
attract even more airlines to
the service of the island."
Tyrone Sawyer, the Direc-
tor of Airlift Development said
he is pleased with the progress
his department has been mak-


ing.
"This Continental Airlines
flight is the latest in a series of
new air service being imple-
mented in the islands of the
Bahamas," he said.
Mr Sawyer added that the
country has seen increased air
service from the US and Eng-
land over the past two years
and through its various mar-
keting efforts, it has been
aggressively targeting low-cost
airlines to initiate new routes.
"We are definitely moving
in the right direction," he con-
tinued, "making more of the
Bahamas accessible to our vis-
itors and aligning the destina-
tion with strong air carriers like
Continental Airlines."


Heart Ball offers



$20,000 in prizes


TWO round-trip tickets on British Airways
from London to Nassau, and a two-night stay in
Monte Carlo, Monaco, top the list of fabulous
raffle prizes for the 41st Annual Heart Ball on
Saturday, February 19, 2005.
Valued at more than $20,000, the array of prizes
includes jewellery, trips, hotel accommodations,
and a private dinner prepared by a gourmet chef.
The grand prize at this year's Ball will be two
round-trip World Traveller tickets from Nassau to
London, on British Airways; a two-night stay
with breakfast at Hotel Balmoral, Monte Carlo,
Monaco; lunch or dinner for two at Harry's Bar,
a private club in London; and a 14-karat white
gold amethyst ring, pendant and earrings, donat-
ed by Colombian Emeralds International, and a
gift certificate from La Rose Boutique.
The second prize consists of an 18-karat enam-
el dolphin bracelet, donated by Coin of the
Realm; a two night stay for two at the British
Colonial Hilton, Nassau; and a premier one year
membership at Bally's Total Fitness.
Third prize is a comprehensive cardiac evalua-
tion at the Lyford Cay Hospital donated by Dr
Dean Tseretopoulos, and a dinner for two at
Graycliff Humidor Restaurant.
Fourth prize is a seven-night vacation for two at
the Bluff House Beach Hotel, Green Turtle Cay;


two nights of house special drinks for two at Miss
Emily's Blue Bee Bar, Green Turtle Cay; and a
framed colour print of a bromeliad, by Andrew
Aitken Imaging and Frame Arts.
The fifth prize is a whole body scan with Car-
diac Calcium Score at Radiation Therapy Ser-
vices Bahamas Limited and Centreville Medical
Pavilion Imaging Company; a two-night stay at
Wyndham Nassau Resort and Crystal Palace
Casino; and dinner for two at Graycliff Restau-
rant.
Sixth prize is a framed shell artwork wall dec-
oration, and a Cartier Handbag donated by Carti-
er Boutique.
Seventh prize is two-nights accommodation at
Radisson Cable Beach Resort, a gift certificate
from Sunshine Insurance Agents, and a
gift basket from Fab! Finds.
The eighth prize is tickets for two on Bahama-
sair from Nassau to Orlando, two BizJet com-
puters courses, and a television set donated by St
Agnes Church Boys.
Ninth prize is a weekend stay for two at the
Nassau Beach Hotel and dinner for one evening
at the Beef Cellar Restaurant; a "Junkanoo"
package by Windermere Day Spa and Salon; and
artwork donated by Nick and Fiona Maillis with
complimentary framing from Nassau Glass.


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Forgetting the sacrifices


of


our


historical heroes


EVERY so often,
occasions occur
in one's life from
which significant
benefits, although
unexpected, nevertheless ensue.
Such was our experience a week
ago when, while attending two
distinctly different events, the
enlightenment derived there-
from revealed to us the cir-
cuitous connectivity that linked
each one with the other.
The first event was an orien-
tation exercise early that morn-
ing for a group of long-serving
members of a political party,
who had just recently been
made recipients of that organi-
sation's highest honour. We
were privileged to serve on a
three-member panel whose role
it was to apprise the new stal-
warts of what was expected of
them in their new capacity in
further service to the organisa-
tion.
A fortuitous change in the
programme's agenda proved to
have been a blessing in disguise,
as it afforded each member the
opportunity to state what set of
circumstances had initially led
them to become associated with
the organisation. The stories of
their varied experiences in that
regard which ensued were vir-
tual historical gems, given the


depth of their enlightenment as
to what life was like for the
Bahamian masses a little over a
half century ago.
One of the political party's
young officers in attendance
told of an experience that led
his father to become involved
with the organisation, virtually
from its inception. It follows
thus:
For years, he stated, his father
had been in the employ of one
of our country's leading busi-
nessmen and politicians at that
time. On the day of his birth,
the young man continued, his
father reported for work a bit
late and in a celebratory mood
due to that significant occur-
rence in his life. When made
aware of this, his father's
employer invited him into his
office to share a drink with him
to likewise mark the happy
occasion.
In the process of their cele-
bration, the employer, seated
behind his desk, said this to his
father: "I look forward to the
day when your son would be
sitting where you are and work-
ing for my son who would be
sitting in this chair where I am
now." His father had told him,
he further related, that he found
that expression so revolting that
he immediately left that man's


VIEWPOINT
GEORGE MAC K E Y


employment, struggled to estab-
lish his own business, educated
his children, and has never had
another employer since.
Now a partner in one of our
country's leading law firms, the
young officer told us, as he con-
cluded his presentation, of a
recent experience that made
him so proud of his father's
stance on that occasion, almost
a half century ago. He recount-
ed it thus: A few years ago, he
was assigned by his firm to deal
with a very large business trans-
action involving his father's for-
mer employer. He then pro-
ceeded to describe the shock
which appeared on that good
gentleman's face when he
revealed to him exactly whose
son he was.
In the afternoon, we attended
a workshop/town meeting sort
of gathering at Albany House,
behind that long pink wall along
the Adelaide Road. A charette
had been taking place at that


venue from earlier in the week.
Its objective was a scientific
study and exploration of plans
for some imminent major devel-
opments in that area.
At the session that we attend-
ed, residents of the nearby
Mount Pleasant community,
just outside Lyford Cay, had
been invited to give their input
regarding the manner in which
they would wish to see Mount
Pleasant expanded in future
development plans for that
area.
While listening to the sugges-
tions being proffered by the
homeowners in that subdivision,
we could not help but reflect
upon that earlier event we had
attended, and the reasons given
by those new stalwarts as to the
circumstances that had led them
to become involved with their
political party. Given what we
had heard earlier, it was quite
obvious that no such invitation
was ever extended to residents


of any subdivisions to make
their input into the mode of
their development during the
past half century. Therein lies
the connectivity betwixt these
two events.
It has been well said that a
closer look at those holding top
offices in any society would
reveal that they are actually
standing on the shoulders of
countless others whose sacri-
fices helped to make their
ascent possible. We in the
Bahamas are no exception.
Thus, we owe a tremendous
debt of gratitude to those
heroes and heroines of the past
who, at great personal sacrifice,
made it possible for us to have
the privileges we now enjoy.
Privileges, we might add, that
far too many of us now take for
granted.
In our current context, we
have personal knowledge of the
great sacrifices the early leaders
and supporters of our two major
political organisations made in
securing for us majority rule and
the institution of our two-party
democratic parliamentary struc-
ture. Some of them gave their
all so that future generations of
Bahamians might have oppor-
tunities to aspire toward edu-
cational, professional and entre-
preneurial goals unheard of in


their times.
Thus, their sacrifices deserve
better expressions of our grati-
tude than we see being daily
manifested in the boorish and
crude behaviour of some of our
elected leaders. When in the
Bahamas, with a population of
some 306,000 people, one can
be fortunate to be included in
the 40 persons elected to repre-
sent the rest of us, then the
magnitude of that privilege and
the corresponding responsibili-
ty it entails are both placed in
clearer focus.
Finally, when viewed in the
above context, those thus priv-
ileged and so blessed to repre-
sent us in our hallowed Halls
of Parliament should therefore
have no difficulty in governing
and conducting themselves,
whether privately or publicly,
accordingly. To do otherwise,
we find to be both inexcusable
and unacceptable. A word to
the wise, it is said, should be
sufficient.

(George W Mackey's book
"Millennium Perspectives", a
compilation of Viewpoints and
other interesting topics, is avail-
able at leading bookstores local-
ly. E-mail:
georgewmackey@hotmail.com)


S'
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PARLIAMENTARY Secre-
tary in the Ministry of Educa-
tion Miss Veronica Owens offi-
cially opened a careers fair for
10th-12th grade students of St
John's College and Kingsway
Academy on Thursday, Febru-
ary 3, at Workers House.
The careers fair was organ-
ised by the schools guidance
counsellor departments and was
held under the theme "Build-
ing careers with purpose for the
21st Century." It was used to
encourage the students to con-
sider their career choices. The
students were exposed to 30
fields of business made up of
,,vernmental and non-govern-
mental organisations including
Deloitte and Touche, Sandals
Royal Bahamian Resort and
Spa and The Bahamas Techni-
cal and Vocational Institute
(BTVI).
Miss Owens (third from left)
is pictured participating during
the singing of worship songs.
Also from left are Mrs Rosalee
Prophete, guidance counsellor;
George Baxter, principal,
Kingsway Academy; Mrs
Anastacia Forbes, guidance
counsellor at St John's College,
flanked by students. (BIS photo:
Lorenzo Lockhart).










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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.


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WHAT'S


EL .I Parties, Nightclubs
NifE ii~& Restaurants t

Mellow Moods starting this Sunday, Febru-
ary 20, and continuing every Sunday after @ Flu-
id Lounge and Nightclub, Bay St, featuring hits
from yesterday old school reggae and rockers
. downstairs, and golden oldies upstairs. Admis-
sion: Free. Doors open 9pm.

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, down-
town, Fridays. The hottest party in the Bahamas
every Friday night. Admission $10 before mid-
night. 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, includ-
ing karaoke warm-up drink to get you started.
Party, 8pm-until.

Karaoke Nights @ Fluid Lounge and Night-
club. Begins 10pm every Tuesday. Weekly win-
ners 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.

Reggae Tuesdays @ Bahama Boom. Cover
charge includes a free Guinness and there should'
be lots of prizes and surprises. Admission: Ladies
$10 and Men $15.

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

Flash Nights @ Club Fluid every Thursday.
The ultimate Ladies Night. Join Nassau'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 Thursday.
Doors open at 9pm, 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.


Though Valentine's Day has passed, the Nassau Garden Club says that love is
still in the air. And on Saturday, this love is being displayed in an all natural
way. The club, which was formed in 1931, will be hosting a Flower Show with
Design Exhibits and Horticultural Specimens, all there to "entice" you to
beautify your surroundings.
It will be an afternoon full of natural beauty where stalls of items from the Bahamas
National Trust, beautiful jewellery by various artisans, preserves made by local Bahami-
ans, and exotic Orchids from Flamingo Nurseries will be up for sale. Soft drinks and
snacks by the Discovery Club children will also be available.
It means that for those who love plants, all roads lead to The Retreat Gardens on Vil-
lage Road (opposite Queen's College) this Saturday from 2.30pm to 6pm. Admission: $3
(adults); $1 (children under 12).


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


ings, quilts and drawings at the Central Bank
of the Bahamas. The show runs through Fri-
day, February 25.


Wet Sundays, every Sunday, noon-midnight
Fantasy Fridays @ Fluid Lounge, featuring @ Crystal Cay Beach. Admission $10, ladies free.
late '80s music in the VIP Lounge, Top of the
Charts in the Main Lounge, neon lights and Go Carib Scene @ Club Fluid every Sunday. A
Go dancers. Glow sticks for all in before mid- night of Caribbean, Latin and Reggae flavours
night. Admission: Ladies free before llpm, $15 for all audiences. Latin Flair in the VIP Lounge;
after; Guys $20 all night. Old School Reggae and Soca in the Main
Lounge. Ladies in free before llpm. $10 after
College Night @ Bahama Boom every Friday. 11pm. Men, $15 cover charge.
Admission: $10 with college ID, $15 without.
Rafter Ian and Shelly play live @ The Green
Hard Rock Cafe Fridays, Rising Sun Rock Parrot, Hurricane Hole, Paradise Island, Satur-
changes to reggae for one night a week. Party days 7pm-10pm, featuring a mix of alternative
from 9pm 2am, Charlotte St North. favourites, from Avril Lavigne to Coldplay and
U2.
Dicky Mo's Fridays @ Cable Beach. Happy
Hour 3 for $10 mixed drinks and $1 shots. Jay Mitchell and Hot KC @ Palm Court
Lounge, British Colonial Hilton, Wednesday-
Dream Saturdays @ the Blue Note Lounge Thursday 8pm-12am.
this Saturday and every Saturday after that.
Admission: $15 before llpm, $20 after. Sunday Night Interlude @ Briteley's Restau-
rant & Lounge, Eneas St off Poinciana Drive.
Greek Saturdayz @ Bahama Boom, Elizabeth Featuring Frankie Victory at the key board in the
Ave. Every Saturday the Phi Beta Sigma Frat After Dark Room every Sunday, 8.30pm to mid-
welcomes greeks, college grads and smooth oper- night. Fine food and drinks.
ators. Admission $15 all night, $10 for greeks in
letters. Music by DJ Palmer, security strictly
enforced. Paul Hanna performs at Traveller's Rest, West
Bay St, every Sunday, 6.30pm-9.30pm.
Chill Out Sundays @ The Beach Hut, West Bay St, every Sunday, 63pm-93pm
Bay Street with fresh served BBQ and other lE The Arts
specials starting from 4pm-10pm, playing deep,
funky chill moods with world beats. Cover $2. Island Girls Sandi George and Kimberly
Sturrup-Roberts are exhibiting fabric paint-


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Gallery of the Bahamas. This project, which Toastmasters Club 1905 meets Tuesday,
started last Saturday, is designed to give stu- 7.30pm @ BEC Cafe, Tucker Rd. Club 9477
dents an opportunity to work on a large-scale meets Friday, 7pm @ Bahamas Baptist Commu-
mural on the corner of the boundary wall of nity College Rm A19, Jean St. Club 3956 meets
the NAGB. Students will continue to work Thursday, 7.30pm @ British Colonial Hilton.
on the design and conceptual development of Club 1600 meets Thursday, 8.30pm @ Super-
the mural this week. This Kid's Worshop Clubs Breezes. Club 7178 meets Tuesday, 6pm @
Series by the National Art Gallery of the The J Whitney Pinder Building, Collins Ave.
Bahamas is facilitated by Toby Lunn and Club 2437 meets every second, fourth and fifth
Taino Bullard on Saturday, February 19, 10am Wednesday at the J Whitney Pinder Building,
- 3pm. Age group: 12-18 years. Cost: $15 mem- Collins Ave at 6pm. Club 612315 meets Monday
bers/$20 non-members (lunch included). 6pm @ Wyndham Nassau Resort, Cable Beach.

Dr Ian Strachan, author, playwright and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Eta Psi Omega
poet will share his views on "Junkanoo's Place chapter meets every second Tuesday, 6.30pm @
in Bahamian Art and Culture" at the Nation- the Eleuthera Room in the Wyndham Nassau
al Art Gallery of the Bahamas' Issues Forum Resort, Cable Beach.
Series on Thursday, February 24, 6pm @ the
gallery on West and West Hill Sts. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity meets every first
Tuesday, 7pm @ Gaylord's Restaurant,
The National Collection @ the National Art Dowdeswell St. Please call 502-4842/377-4589
Gallery of the Bahamas, an exhibition that for more info.
takes the viewer on a journey through the his-
tory of fine art in the Bahamas. It features Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity meets every sec-
signature pieces from the national collection, ond Tuesday, 6.30pm @ Atlantic House, IBM
including recent acquisitions by Blue Curry, Office, 4th floor meeting room.
Antonius Roberts and Dionne Benjamin-
Smith. Gallery hours, Tuesday-Saturday, The Nassau, Bahamas Pan-Hellenic Council
llam-4pm. Call 328-5800 to book tours. (NPHC) meets every third Monday of the month
in the Board Room of the British Colonial Hilton
Past, Present and Personal: The Dawn Davies Hotel, Bay St.
Collection @ the National Art Gallery of the
Bahamas, Villa Doyle, West and West Hill Send allyour civic and social events to TheTri-
Streets. The exhibition is part of the NAGB's bune via fax: 328-2398 or e-mail: outthere@tri-
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The Awakening Landscape: The Nassau
Watercolours of Gaspard Le Marchand Tup-
per, from the collection of Orjan and Amanda
Lindroth @ the National Art Gallery of the
Bahamas. The mid-nineteenth century paint-
ings that make up the exhibition are part of
one of the earliest suites of paintings of Nassau
and its environs. Tupper was a British military
officer stationed at Fort Charlotte in the 1850s.
The works show a pre-modern Bahamas
through the decidely British medium of water-
colour. Gallery hours, Tuesday-Saturday,
11am-4pm. Call 328-5800 to book tours.

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The Cancer Society of the Bahamas meets at
5.30pm on the second Tuesday of each month at
their Headquarters at East Terrace, Centreville.
Call 323-4482 for more info.

MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Bahamas meets the
third Monday every month, 6pm @ Doctors Hos-
pital conference room.

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 syn-
drome 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-
1pm. Contact a Doctors Hospital Community
Training Representative at 302-4732 for more
information and learn to save a life today.

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The Nassau Garden Club is having a Flower
Show with design exhibits and horticultural spec-
imens on Saturday, February 19 from 2.30pm-
6pm @ The Retreat on Village Road (opposite
Queen's College). The show will feature some-
thing for the whole family soft drinks and
snacks, beautiful jewellery, homemade preserves
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would leave "serious egg on faces".
Mr Ruffin yesterday praised the Government
for being "very pro business" and having done
"everything" to make the Baha Mar project
become a reality.
But he added that in all real estate transac-
tions, such as this, the purchaser had to put up
hard money at some point. Baha Mar, Mr Ruffin
said, had withdrawn their deposit and not lost
any money to him, as he suggested the reason
they did not meet the February 17 deadline was
because the investment group did not have its
financing together.
Baha Mar had previously held a presentation
on Wall Street in a bid to secure debt financing to
reduce its investors' multi-million dollar equity
exposure, but without an agreement for the
Radisson it would have been difficult to secure.
All lenders would have wanted to do their own
due diligence on the bid and the three hotel prop-
erties involved before committing financing.
Baha Mar's negotiating team, headed by Mr
Izmirlian's son Sarkis, an investment banker, are
still in Nassau, and have moved their offices from


the Wyndham and into the Radisson to complete
due diligence work on that property.
Mr Ruffin is also in Nassau, reportedly until the
end-of Sunday, a move that could be significant in
itself.
He had previously told the US media that he
hoped to use the funds raised from selling his
Bahamas hotels for- his New Frontier develop-
ment in Las Vegas, and some sources yesterday
said he was likely to use the deadline's expiry to
"play hardball" and try and extract more money
from Baha Mar. Ultimately, they said a deal was
still on the cards.
Mr Ruffin yesterday said there were no other
bids on his hotel properties, and they hoped "to
have a good summer".
But the latest developments are likely to
encourage former bidders on the Cable Beach
revitalisation. Calstar Properties, the Califonria-
based hotel developer, is understood to still be
interested, while the Radisson acquisition and
upgrade proposal from George Myers, who cur-
rently operates that resort through the Myers
group, could also come back into play.


Store (From page 1)

er, possibly between the ages of 15 to 16. The witness said lie saw the man flag down a Honda Civic
which was stopped five minutes later by police.
A bike was also left in the area, but ASP Moss was unsure if it was used by any of the men.
Mr Wong refused to comment when contacted yesterday afternoon, but his brother who was
called to the store after the incident said that William Wong was "doing all right".
He noted that his brother had been in business for a while and that this was the first time there had
been an attempt to rob the Village Road store.
A manhunt has been launched by police for the man who escaped.

Fire (From page 1)

trapped in a blaze inside their dormitories and died from severe burn injuries.
Since then, supervisors and security staff have participated in special training programmes and the
centre has received a state-of-the-art surveillance system.
"There have also been several successful fire drills and we are very happy that the centre is complying
with all safety regulations," said Chief Supt Hanna.
The inquest into the two victims of 2003's fire began hast year a~d is ,c,:hediled to continue before
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Cititrust (Bahamas) limited, a subsidiary of Citigroup, a leading
financial institution with a presence in over 100 countries and over 100
million customers worldwide,

is seeking candidates for the position of


DOCUMENT CONTROL MANAGER


FUNCTIONAL/DEPARTMENTAL DESCRIPTION

Global Wealth Structuring forms the Citigroup international offshore trust
companies servicing non U.S. high net worth clients in Bahamas, Cayman
Islands, Switzerland, Jersey Channel Islands, New Jersey and Singapore.
Products target wealth preservation around fiduciary structure.

MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES

Management of document control unit (Imaging, Safe Keeping, Dual
Control, Warehouse, Records Management.)
Ensure that all records are kept within compliance to Citigroup standards.
Implementation of GWS records management strategy.
MIS reporting.
Management of risk and assist in coordination of audit.


KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS REQUIRED

Historic imaging and records management experience and familiarity
with Trust and Company documentation.
Strong oral and written communications skills.
Interfacing with various business units on a global basis.
Influencing, organizational and leadership skills.
Initiative and the ability to think strategically
People Management.
2-4 years Imaging and/or records management experience.
Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science or equivalent experience.

Interested candidates should forward a copy of their resume to:
Operation Controls Head
Cititrust (Bahamas) Limited
P.O. Box N-1576,
Nassau, Bahamas
Fax: (242) 302-8732 OR
Email: gieselle.campbell@citigroup.com

Deadline for application is February 23, 2005.


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p atrons of the new-
ly opened Kafe
Kalik, the newest
attraction on the
Cable Beach
strip, can expect to be served
not only with good Bahamian
food, but also with a slice of
Bahamian history and culture.
The new themed restaurant
showcases the origins of local
traditions, proverbs and
celebrities and presents a
detailed creation of a modern
Bahamian experience.
A colourful island-style
decor also creates a distinct
Family Island atmosphere and
customers are given a chance
to experience traditional as
well as new interpretations of
Bahamian cuisine.
Although the local favourite
Kalik beer is not associated
with the restaurant, it is a fea-
tured item on the menu.
Also within the drink menu
are some of the Kaf6 Kalik
version of the biographies of
the concept characters includ-
ing Charlie Kalik, Action,
Gussy Mae and her husband
Percy as well as Bookie and
Ba'Rabbie.
On the walls of the estab-
lishment customers can view
traditional Junkanoo instru-
ments as well as displays ded-
icated to local celebrities.
Opened last week by the
Minister of Tourism Obie
Wilchcombe, the Cable Beach
restaurant is only the begin-
ning of what is to be an inter-
national franchise.
Owners of the restaurant
announced that they have
plans to introduce the
Bahamian-themed Kalik Kaf6
to the United States.
In the meantime, Bahami-
ans and tourists alike will be
able to experience the good
food, friendly service and live
Goombay music, by local
bands such as "The Wave."


* STANDING (I-r) next to the unveiled Junkanoo sculptures are Franz Streinesberger, chief
financial officer of Kaf6 Kalik, Tyrone Nabbie, president, Artist Marco Cruz, Mark Finlayson,
vice president, Trevor Adderley, managing partner, and Jerome Fitzgerald, chairman of RND
Holdings Limited.


* SCIENTIFIC VIEW Obie Roberts, vice president of Corporate Development Bahamas
In-flight Limited, Robert "Sandy" Sands, general manager of the Nassau Beach Hotel, and
ASP Elburt Ferguson, forensic scientist at the Royal Bahamas Police Force Laboratory.


* PROFESSIONAL TALK Attorney/Businessman Jerome Fitzgerald, Gus Ferguson,
architect and urban designer, and Dr Daniel Johnson, foot and ankle specialist.


* RADIYAH Finlayson and her granduncle Clyde Finlayson
enjoy traditional Goombay music, provided by the Wave
Band at Kaf6 Kalik, SuperClubs Breezes, Cable Beach.


* The Tribune sales executives Patrice Nichols and Karen
Gates enjoy a wonderful evening during the official open-
ing of Kaf6 Kalik. These ladies offer good service and they
look good doing it.


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A WEEKLY SELECTION OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS NEWS FROM THE FINANCIAL TIMES


WEEK
IN REVIEW


* BANKING
Citigroup acts
over ethics
In an attempt to
restore its battered
reputation, the
world's largest finan-
cial services group
outlined plans to
send senior manag-
ers on "franchise
training" courses
and introduce an
"ethics hotline" for
staff to raise con-
cerns.

* MEDIA
Murdoch eyes
the internet
Rupert Murdoch,
chairman of News
Corporation, is
returning to the
internet for the first
time since his son
James oversaw the
abortive new media
strategy for the fam-
ily business in the
late 1990s.

*TECHNOLOGY
Nokia and
Microsoft unite
Two of the big-
gest rivals in the
technology arena
agreed a deal at
Cannes under which
the software maker
will see the latest
version of its media
player installed on
the mobile phone
maker's handsets.

* AUTOS
GM avoids
buying Fiat
General Motors
paid L55bn ($2.03bn)
to avoidtbuying Fiat's
car business. The;..
payment by the US
carmaker ended a
dispute overa put
option signed five
years ago.

TELECOM
West still
hopes for MCI
Qwest Communi-
cations of the US is
to submit a "modi-
fied" offer for MCI
after telecoms group
Verizon seemed to
have secured the
long-distance car-
rier, formerly known
as WorldCom, with a
bid worth $6.75bn.

* GROCERIES
Asda launches
new offensive
Asda, the second
largest supermarket
group in the UK,
unveiled its latest
plans to catch rival
Tesco to become the
country's largest
retailer. Wal-Mart-
owned Asda will
open 15 new super-
stores and expand 20
existing stores.

e SPIRITS
Diageo reveals
profits drop
The maker of
Guinness and Smir-
noff Vodka blamed a
5 per cent fall in first
half profits on weak
European markets. It
also warned that
adverse currency
movements would
wipe 80m off prof-
its this year and next.

*OIL
Shell and Total
win deal
Oil groups Shell
and Total won a 20-
year contract to sup-
ply Korea with lique-
fied natural gas val-
ued at $20bn.

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news, see www.
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of The Financial
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4B I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19,2005 INTERNATIONAL EDITION


MARKET REVIEW


World Stocks
Prey. 52 wk 52 wk
Today day High Low


Amsterdam
Bangkok
Bombay
Brussels
BuenosA
Caracas
Frankfurt DAX
FTSE 100
Hong Kong ldx
Turkey Nall 1
Jakarta
CAC-40
K8ta Lumpur
IBK35

Maiill

Niket 225 IndexI


Sauysla
5mgapore

Sydney
Taipei
Toronto
Zurich
Chilelntler10
NewZealand
Milan
Johannesburg
Athens
Stockholm
Topix
Zurich SPI
ShanghaiB


375.47
737.50
658432
3115.68
1557.77
29795.56
4359.47
505720
14087.87
27293.22
1092.49
4029.02
907.75
9570.10
102128
2085.93
13580.26
11660.12
984.10
2168.86
26756.25
4151.70
6115.43
9658.75
5901.70
105.06
3157.14
24595.00
13302.62
3064.20
758.02
1166.57
4417.08
77.18


a-AEX Index, b-Bel-20, dx-deutscher, Atkien,
30-Financial Times, 100-Financial Times, ipc-
indices de Precios y Cotizaciones, cc-CAC
40, ao-all Ordinaries, ndj-Nikkel Dow Jones,
sm-Swiss Mark Index, t-TSE 300, n-a-not
available, m-MIB Telematico, x-holiday.


IWHAT THEiU.S.MARKETi l:ID


Latin American Stocks


25.49 -.41
2.41 -.01
17.26 -.14
34.67+1.07
8.60 -.04
7.50 -.01
8.03 +34
63.05 -.42
8.75 -.13
39.16 -.27
3.13 +.08
24.86 +.21
31.30 +.57
18.15 +.09
8.51 +.07
10.23 +.22
71.50 +.53
75.97 +.97
4.45 -.07
ul3.35+.10
u63.75
36.86 +.66
30.69-1.10


Traded in New York
CCFemsa .26e 61,800 25.92 25.44
Emplca 58,400 2.43 2.40
GCSaba .36e 4,000 17.26 17.25
GElektra .37e 20,800 34.67 33.48
GMaseca .42e 300 8.64 8.60
GpoRadio 7,100 7.50 7.30
GpoSimec 495,400 8.55 7.77
GTelevsa 2.18e 464,600 63.96 62.44
TV Azteca l.00e 2,729,600 8.90 8.62
TelMexL 1.20e 1,286,600 39.50 38.92
Vitro .08e 11,000 3.18 3.00
Cervecer .65e 6,800 24.90 24.75
CristChle .42e 1.500 31.70 31.24
EEIChile .11e 35,100 18.22 18.02
Enersis 250,500 8.54 8.37
Madeco 37,800 10.27 10.09
SocQ&M .88e 10,400 72.75 71.34
VinaConc .89e 500 75.99 75.50
Metrogas 5,200 4.58 4.40
TlcmArg 5 645,800 13.51 13.25
YPF Soc 4.69e 19,900 63.75 59.00
Aracruz 1.99e 363,600 36.86 36.21
TelBrasH .59r 58,800 31.82 30.55


N.Y. Comex
Close Chg.
Gold Market Price 427.10 -0.20
Silver Market Price 7.413 +0.048
Handy & Harman
Close Chg.
Gold Market Price 427.10 +0.85
Silver Market Price 7.450 +0.110
London Afternoon
Close Chg.
Gold 427.10
Silver 7.390 +0.080


NYSE NASDAQ AMEX
Prev. Prev. Prev.
Today day Today day Today day
Advanced 370 352 Advanced 1351 1007 Advanced 370 352
Declined 537 549 Declined 1714 2124 Declined 537 549
Unchanged 88 112 Uncthnged 188 127 Unchanged 88 112
New Highs 50 60 New Highs 72 103 New Highs 50 60
New Lows 13 11 New Lows 44 35 NewLows 13 11
Adv. volume 922,641 530,269 Adv. volume 689,272 355,475 Ady. volume 148,736 38,974
Decl. volume 955514 1,364,325 Del.volume 894,685 1,571,264 Decl. volume 66,781 179,897
Ttl.vol. (000) 1,912,125 1,958,685 T.vol. (000) 1,604,790 1,938.300 Tl.vol. (000) 219,745 225,577

Most Widely Held U.S. Stocks
Performance of the 15 issues with the most shareholders:
Stock Div. PE Sales High Low Close Chg.
VerizonCm 1.54 30.0 113628 35.80 35.16 35.31 -.37
BellSouth 1.08 10.0 76013 25.67 25.25 25.50 -.20
Exon 1.08 15.0 227664 59.85u 58.02 59.41 +1.28
GM 2.00 6.0 40289 37.30 37.01 37.30 +.09
General Electric .88 23.0 217843 36.06 35.69 35.88 -.15
IBM .72 19.0 41223 94.25 92.55 93.27 -.48
SBC Communications 1.29f 13.0 97292 2430 24.12 24.18 -.07
Sears .92 33.0 20679 51.54 50.89 50.89 -.43


DOW JONES INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE
Daily closes for the past year.
12500f

11750 Friday
close 10785.22

11000 up 30.96


I U.. WNNE S ADLSR


NYSE NASDAQ

Most Active Most Active
Name Volume Cis. %Chg Name Volume CIs. %Chg
Pfizer 90824500 26.80 +1.74 Microsoft 76274100 25.48 -.17


Merck 57363900
QwestCm 23227800
ExxonMbl 22766400
GenElec 21784300
Lucent 20885600
NortelN If 19093700
JPMorgCh 17618200
EMCCp 16301500
Citigrp 16294300


32.61 +3.76
3.95 +.11
59.41 +1.28
35.88 -.15
3.24 -.05
3.01 -.05
36.51 -.27
12.69 -.25
48.57 -.23


Gainers
Name Last Chg %Chg
Salesforcn 15.95 +1.85 +13.1
Merck 32.61 +3.76 +13.0
ZaleCps 30.40 +3.45 +12.8
WilsonGr 17.89 +1.78 +11.0
Rogers 46.00 +3.91 +9.3
TitanMtl wi 31.09 +2.61 +9.2
SuperInd 27.00 +2.20 +8.9
YPFSoc 63.75 +4.85 +8.2
USStl pfB 183.60 +13.34 +7.8
Clark Inc 14.95 +1.04 +7.5


Losers
Name Last Chg %Chg
TelspCel 6.99 -.53 -7.0
GolLinhas n 29.90 -2.14 -6.7
DeltaAir 5.05 -.35 -6.5
WestlkCh n 32.00 -2.18 -6.4
Nashua 10.34 -.69 -6.3
AlgEngy 18.84 -1.18 -5.9
InputOut 6.20 -.35 -5.3
SmrtFn 14.35 -.78 -5.2
Circor 23.62 -1.28 -5.1
DoverMot 5.00 -.27 -5.1


NasdIOOTr 67437100
Cisco 60178000
Intel 57634900
MCI Incn 49662500
Oracle 34481600
SunMicro 31984600
SiriusS 27350300
ApIdMatl 26107500
Nvidia 25931900


37.35 -.12
17.30 ..15
24.02 +.39
22.31 +1.65
12.94 -.02
4.16 +.01
5.87 -.12
17.40 +.07
28.27 +2.76


Gainers
Name last Chg %Chg
AbleEnr 4.00 +1.25 +45.5


CanSoPt
DyntrCp
DigtIVid rs
Catalytica
Allscripts
Flowint
RadntSys
W Hid pfF
MonServ


+1.78 +35.5
+.60 +29.6
+.80 +21.7
+.45 +19.1
+1.97 +17.9
+58 +15.7
+.98 +15.5
+3.73 +14.6
+.28 +14.2


Losers
Name Last Chg %Chg
Orange21n 6.60 -2.90 -30.5
SipexCp 2.02 -.53 -20.8
VelctyE h rs 8.25 -1.50 -15.4
ImageS 12.89 -2.27 -15.0
NETgear 14.15 -2.45 -14.8
AdvDigInf 8.80 -1.45 -14.1
AHPC HId 3.66 -.58 -13.7
Bookham 2.29 -.36 -13.6
WJ Coam 2.44 -.37 -13.2
PC Mall 13.48 -2.04 -13.1


AMEX

Most Active
Name Volume CIs. %Chg
SPDR 45645800 120.40 +.17
SemiHTr 19373900 33.35 +.10
SP Fncl 8815700 29.79 -32
iShRs2000 7568000 125.55 -.31
iShJapan 7274300 10.65 +.11
SP Engy 6549900 42.05 +.91
DJIA Diam 4867200 107.81 +33
PhmHTr 4165900 72.07 +1.99
Nabors 3785700 57.20 +1.85
OilSvHT 2880400 96.30 +1.99


Gainers
Name Last Chg %Chg
UQM Tech 3.94 +.41 +11.6
BoltTech 5.80 +.55 +10.5
US Cell 47.70 +4.50 +10.4
CdnSEn g 2.09 +.18 +9.4
Isolagen 7.73 +.62 +8.7
lnvCapHId 5.20 +.40 +8.3
TransGIb 7.69 +.57 +8.0
CmceEgy n 2.95 +.19 +6.9
implntSc 9.76 +.63 +6.9
Rentech 2.05 +.13 +6.8


Losers
Name Last Chg %Chg
RaeSyst 5.41 -1.31 -19.5
BioRad A 51.99 -5.91 -10.2
BioRad B 53.00 -4.10 -7.2
AvanirPh 2.94 -.22 -7.0
BlondT 3.63 -.23 -6.0
Cambior g 2.42 -.15 -5.8
CycleCtry 5.11 -.31 -5.7
Yamana g 3.50 -.21 -5.7
DigitAngel 5.12 -.27 -5.0
Elecsys 4.00 -.21 -5.0


Definitions apply to U.S. Markets
FOOTNOTES: 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. c Liquidating 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.
j indicates dividend was paid this
year, and that at the 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 of purchase price.
r indicates a cash dividend declared
or paid in the preceding 12 months,
plus a stock dividend. rt 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. a New 52-week high.
un Units. V Trading halted on pri-
mary market.v in bankruptcy or.
receivership or being reorganized under
the Bankruptcy Code or securities
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-dividend or sales in full, not in
hundreds.
z Sales in full, not in hundreds.


U.S. MARKETS

Selected stocks from the
New York and American exchanges and from NASDAQ.


Vol. High Low Close Chg.


ABB Ltd 690 6.08 6.00 6.02 +.09
ACE Ltd 1266 4523 44.75 44.91 -35
ACMMD 100 7.97 758 7.90 -.06
ACM MI 81 3.99 3.93 3.94 -.05
ADC Tel 6404 235 2.27 2.29 -.02
AES Cp 3442 16.69 16.41 16.59 +.11
AFLAC 1483 39.03 38.64 38.67 -.09
AGCO 1100 19.00 18.68 18.70 -35
AK Steel 2133 17.44 16.85 17.30 +.48
AMR 1569 9.07 8.90 9.03 +.05
ASML HId 1272 17.85 17.56 17.71 +.06
AT&T 3744 19.51 19.33 19.41 -.01
ATIlTech 4219 17.77 17.44 17.67 +.52
ATMI Inc 654 26.95 26.41 26.56 +.02
AUOptron 2301 15.72 15.45 -15.60 +.28
Aastrom 5285 3.18 3.00 3.05 -.09
AbtLab 3989 46.56 46.10 46.40 -.16
AberFitc 1698 54.90 53.50 54.05 +.17
Abgenix 1167 8.63 8.42 8.53 -.01
Accenture 3016 24.94 24.52 24.90 +.39
Activisns 1181 21.88 21.45 21.53 -.02
Acxiom 772 22.56 22.17 22.40 +15
Adaptec 942 5.41 5.25 5.32 -.01
AdobeSy 1476 63.70 62.77 62.83 -.24
AdvAuto 1043 51.90 50.60 50.73 -1.07
AdvDigInf 4329 9.30 8.47 8.80 -1.45
AdvEnld 1804 9.66 9.19 9.26+1.01
AdvMOpt 795 40.04 39.46 39.63 -.28
AMD 9579 17.14 16.78 16.90 -.16
AdvNeuro 2924 31.13 29.52 30.26 +.89
Aetna 1295 1295 141.74 139.52 140.14 -.27
AffCmpS 771 53.77 52.76 52.85 -.85
Agere 14657 1.69 1.57 1.69 +.10
AgereB 3752 1.65 1.54 1.64 +.09
Agilent 1888 23.77 23.47 23.57 -.13
AirT Inc 673 20.98 18.80 18.85 -1.84
AirTran 848 821 8.08 8.15 +.05
AkamaiT 13536 1250 1158 12.21 +1.45
AlskAir 144 28.90 28.45 28.60 -.16
Albertsn 1193 2334 23.02 .23.30 +.12
Albrtsnun 930 24.64 24.29 24.62 +.17
Alcan 1054 3937 38.89 39.17 +.37
Alcatel 701 12.42 12.27 12.40 -.05
Alcoa 4804 31.44 31.07 31.10 +.06
AlignTech 1054 7.95 7.49 7.60 -.28
AllgEngy 3213 20.03 18.79 18.84 -1.18
AllegTch 1244 23.52 2250 23.41 +.68
Allergan 790 74.94 73.86 74.79 +.29
AlliGaln 656 11.19 10.95 11.10 +.04
AldWaste 1355 8.69 8.55 8.62 +.01
Allscripts 4657 17 17 11.45 13.00 +1.97
Allstate 2274 53.49 53.10 53.10 -.39
Alltel 1368 56.71 56.24 56.50 +.07
AlphaNRsn 853 25.44 24.60 24.79 -.21
AltairNano 3450 436 4.16 4.20 -.02
AlteraCp 4343 20.28 19.96 20.10 -.10
Altria 643 64.94 6436 64.90 +.18
Alvarion 1079 10.25 9.75 9.98 -.05
Amazon 4652 35.75 35.10 35.31 -.38
Amdocs 733 29.80 29.04 29.65 +.05
AmHess 1439 97.40 95.25 96.81 +1.66
Ameren 711 51.30 50.81 51.01 -.29
Amerigrps 649 42.20 40.81 40.98 -1.22
AMovilL 2170 56.65 55.82 55.88 -.77
AmCapStr 870 35.21 34.62 34.95 -.08
AEagleO 805 53.28 52.20 52.41 -.34
AEP 1852 34.43 33.55 33.73 -.69
AmExp 5099 54.41 54.06 54.13 -.37
AmIntGp 7759 69.62 68.50 68.93 -.75
AmPharm 1280 51.10 49.66 51.00 +1.00
APwCnv 1027 21.90 21.36 21.69 +.02
AmStds 827 45.50 44.96 4537 +.27
AmTower 3534 18.66 18.38 18.61 +31
AmerisBrg 1903 60.06 59.49 60.00 +.31
AmrTrde 4872 11.19 10.82 10.96 -.17
Amgen 7261 62.87 61.89 62.00 -.35
AmSouth 869 25.47 25.11 25.14 -.32
Anadrk 2945 70.35 68.58 70.25 +1.70
AnalogDev 2122 36.75 36.24 3630 -.40
Andrew 1322 12.44 12.08 12.33 +.17
Anheusr 1869 48.17 47.90 47.95 -.05
Animas n 953 20.75 18.77 20.13 +1.51
AnnTaylrs 1044 22.29 21.92 22.01 -.01
Annaly 676 19.25 19.02 19.02 -.23
Aon Corp 1175 24.68 24.23 24.56 +.06
Apache 2432 59.69 57.68 59.40+1.75
Aptlnv 1014 38.85 37.25 38.17 +.10
ApexSilv 683 17.55 16.80 17.55 +.75
Aphton 649 1.58 1.48 1.49 -.05
ApolloG 1197 76.76 7532 7553 -.27
AppleC 20635 87.86 86.25 86.81 -1.00
ApplOigI rs 1035 5.07 4.75 4.87 -.13
ApIdMafi 26107 17.50 17.19 17.40 +.07
AMCC 1898 3.67 3.56 3.62 +.03
aQuantive 989 10.85 10.42 10.46 -.18
ArchCoal 862 3956 38.79 39.40 +.59
ArchDan 2304 24.98 24.80 24.82 +.03
ArchstnSm 706 34.58 3355 34.27 -.30
Ariba rs 713 935' 9.20 9.23 +.08
ArmHId 983 5.95 5.84 5.85 -.06
ArmorH 1411 40.45 3930 40.40 +1.07
Arris 675 6.65 6.65 6.47 6.51 +.05
ArthroCr 823 30.12 28.51 28.73 -1.38
ArvMerit 642 17.81 1727 17.48 -.07
AskJvs 2089 2439 23.87 24.11 +.37
Assurant 1009 3420 33.75 34.14 +.44
AstraZen 1395 39.90 39.16 39.81 +.65
Atheros 1137 13.50 12.91 13.22 -.03
Atmel 5105 3.26 3.13 3.14 -.06
ATMOS 478 28.62 27.93 28.35 -.17
Audible n 2410 17.03 16.41 16.88 +.42
AutoNatn 761 19.88 19.71 19.74 +.01
Autodsks 2542 29.54 28.65 28.91 +.38
AutoData 1905 42.48 41.96 41.96 -.42
Avanex 1054 1.88 1.79 1.82 -.02
Avaya 6111 13.80 13.45 13.68 +.16
Avitar 4418 .11 .09 .10 -.01
Avon s 3769 43.49 42.44 42.46 -.94
Axcelis 1038 9.08 8.61 8.92 +.03
Axonyx 1949 1.59 1.53 1.55 -.03

BB&TCp 744 39.75 39.33 39.35 -.39
BE Aero 659 11.63 11.28 11.40 +.03
BEA Sys 9480 8.26 8.00 8.15 +11
BHPBilILt 1679 28.59 28.28 2857 +.34
BISYS 946 14.40 14.25 14.35
BJ Svcs 4376 49.80 47.70 4955 +2.06
BJsWhls 691 29.75 29.19 2934 -.33
BMCSft 1369 15.48 1535 15.45 -.03
BPPLC 4097 63.65 62.87 6320 +.21
BPPra 802 59.80 56.00 5835 -1.55
BTGrp 38 40.40 40.08 40.13 -.80
BakrHu 2986 47.19 4557 46.74 +.63
BallardPw 905 5.61 5.29 532 -.29
BkofAms 11159 4636 45.65 45.74 -.62
BkNY 3500 30.11 29.58 30.03 +.28
Banknorth 852 36.47 3620 3635 +.09
BarrickG 1488 24.07 2356 24.03 +.05
Baxter 4382 3552 34.13 35.42 +1.02
BeaconP 1018 1.09 1.03 1.03 -.05
BearSt 1690 100.28 9750 97.854 -2.43
BeadrngPt 1242 75.80 7.69 7.79 +.06
BeazrHm 788 167.19 162.90 167.00 -.05
BebeStrss 640 28.44 2725 27.25 -1.10
BectDck 974 58.85 57.93 58.70 +.63
BedBath 4556 38.91 3751 37.89 -.857
BellSouth 7601 25.67 2525 2550 -.20
BemaGold 1736 3.02 2.94 2.95 -.03
BestBuy 6807 54.09 53.12 53.84 -1.09
Beverly 1987 12.10 115.85 11.89 -.12
Biogenldc 2594 67.60 6655 66.97 -.60
Biomet 2294 44.12 43.12 43.81 +53
Biomira 4651 2.76 2.40 2.62 +20
Biopure 1959 .46 .44 .44
BlockHR 1434 48.04 47.78 47.78 -22
Blockbstr 1012 920 9.03 9.12 +.04
Boeing 4682 53.67 5255 52.78 -.88
Bookham 686 2.70 229 2.29 -.36
BostonSci 4256 3331 32.74 32.76 -.54
Brinker 912 37.55 37.15 37.50 -.10
BrMySq 7214 24.45 23.90 24.36 +.44
Brdcom 6270 32.52 31.84 315.85 -.52
Broadwing 1343 6.42 6.07 6.15 -.24
BrcdeCm 11564 6.56 6.40 6.42 +.03
Brunswick 1489 46.93 45.90 45.94 +.12


Vol. High Low Close Chg.
BungeLt 824 53.07 5239 52.49 -.86
BurINSF 2513 49.89 48.08 4922+1.28
BurlRscs 2923 49.00 46.94 48.28 +1.57

CIGNA 1079 90.69 88.70 89.97+1.27
CITGp 1238 41.59 40.53 40.97 -.41
CMGI 2409 1.94 1.88 1.90 +.01
CMS Eng 3314 12.65 12.19 12.30 -.26
CNET 2393 10.06 9.82 9.90 +.13
CSKAto 746 16.60 16.33 16.40 -05
CSX 1654 4034 39.61 40.28 +.72
CVThera 644 2335 22.70 23.18 +.37
CVS Cp 1295 48.91 4836 48.63 -.14
CablvsnNY 1434 28.00 27.29 27.94 +24
Cadence 940 13.58 1337 13.48 -.06
Caesars 755 20.88 20.73 20.75 *
CallGolf 802 13.58 13.42 13.51 +.07
Calpine 6898 3.43 332 3.41 +.09
Cambior g 791 2.58 2.40 2.42 -.15
Camecogs 785 44.00 42.85 43.19 -.65
CampSp 4013 29.21 2832 28.55 -.94
CdnSEn g 1123 2.14 1.94 2.09 +.18
CanArgoan 3188 157 1.45 1.52 +.05
CapOne 1620 77.81 76.56 76.82 -1.06
CapitlSrce 950 24.46 23.46 23.65 -.80
CardnlHIth 1643 58.68 57.17 5835 +.95
CareerEd 2945 3727 35.59 35.91 -.78
CaremkRx 1836 39.95 39.61 39.80 +.17
Carnival 1305 56.12 55.64 55.64 -.42
CarolinaGp 783 32.90 32.05 32.19 -.49
Caterpillr 2053 91.85 90.72 90.84 -.98
Celanese n 2403 16.80 16.40 16.74 +.24
CeleraGn 319 11.97 1153 11.54 -.17
Celgenes 1317 27.98 27.11 27.49 -.10
CeliThera 3375 10.07 9.75 9.98 -.15
Cemex 842 38.93 38.54 38.84 +.01
Cendant 494 1 22.04 21.82 21.86 *
CenterPt 1751 12.33 11.94 12.00 -.33
Centexz s 1271 62.10 60.58 61.76 -.92
CentAlI 1240 28.61 27.25 28.16 +1.00
CntryTel 826 33.60 33.24 33.35 -.05
Cephin 1269 5136 49.88 50.25 -.71
Ceradynes 804 30.24 29.09 29.87 -.10
Ceridian 1065 17.76 1733 17.60 -.15
ChRoLab 660 48.17 47.74 47.98 +23
ChartCm 2601 1.68 1.61 1.66 +.04
ChkPoint 2674 23.06 22.46 22.94 +.37
ChesEng 3360 19.83 18.99 19.81 +.85
ChevTexs 6505 60.24 58.50 59.73 +1.12
ChicosFAS 767 57.40 56.88 56.94 -.22
chndtcm 930 3.78 3.61 3.71 +.06
Chiron 1044 34.76 34.15 34.32 -.12
ChoicePt 1187 44.43 42.90 43.50 -.63
Chubb 824 78.95 78.10 78.70 +.18
CienaCp 5331 2.69 2.55 2.55 -.04
Cimarex 800 38.16 37.39 37.84 +.50
CinciBell 586 4.46 435 435 -.11
CINergy 881 41.53 40.97 41.11 -32
Cintas 878 44.34 4353 43.99 +32
CircCity 3604 16.18 16.05 16.06 -.04
Cisco 60178 17.58 17.28 17.30 -.15
Citigrp 16294 48.77 48.36 48.57 -.23
CitzComm 1069 13.24 13.06 13.06 -.11
CitrixSy 1472 21.62 21.08 21.54 +.06
ClearChan 4146 34.35 33.70 3420 -.05
ClevClfs 872 68.57 65.59 67.95 +2.44
Clorox 950 60.95 59.59 59.59 -1.28
Coach 1810 55.90 54.77 55.50 +.59
CocaCI 5504 43.07 42.76 42.96 -.04
CocaCE 1670 22.12 21.77 21.83 -29
Coeur 1855 4.12 4.05 4.08 +.03
Cogentn 815 34.14 32.00 33.79 +1.55
CogTechs 1031 44.89 44.17 44.75 +.22
ColgPal 1966 54.09 53.20 5320 -.72
ColumLab 91 2.03 1.97 2.00 -.03
Comcast 6928 32.94 3239 32.77 +.13
Comcsp 3024 32.38 31.87 3226 +.16
Comerica 700 58.80 57.87 575.87 -.83
CmcBNJ 1348 59.40 58.28 58.87 -50
CmclMtl s 1079 33.23 32.08 33.13 +1.08
CVRDs 3300 32.08 31.25 31.99 +.76
CVRDlpfs 1344 26.74 26.02 26.62 +.72
CompAs 3257 27.00 26.77 26.77 -.03
CompSci 1281 46.21 45.61 45.61 -.64
Compuwre 1457 7.13 7.00 7.02 -.04
Comvers 1934 23.56 23.00 23.34 +25
ConAgra 1107 28.61 28.34 28.53 +.10
Conexant 7023 1.87 1.74 1.79 +.04
ConocPhil 5027 106.83 103.72 106.25 +2.25
ConsolEgy 1105 43.36 41.88 43.20 +1.29
ConEd 974 43.98 43.26 43.46 -.52
ConstellA 920 54.07 525.87 53.51 -.90
ConstellEn 685 52.88 52.14 5236 -.51
CtIAir B 1601 10.41 10.06 10.30 +.04
CoopCam 2223 57.49 56,40 56.47 -.46
Cooperlnds 617 69.85 68.70 69.49 +.95
CooperTire 1545 19.44 18.95 19.05 +.25
CorinthC s 2228 17.55 16.70 17.24 -.23
Corning 5665 115.86 11.65 11.67 -.05
Costco 1992 46.13 45.74 45.80 -30
CntwdFns 5283 36.05 34.95 34.96 -1.09
Coventry 832 59.91 58.80 58.81 -.94
CreTcLtd 1075 12.93 12.41 12.63 -.27
CredSys 838 9.01 8.54 8.74 -.15
Creenc 1366 23.94 23.15 23.39 -.11
CresRE 1494 17.40 16.95 17.12 -.29
Crompton 806 13.49 12.98 13.11 +.09
Crssrds 986 1.15 1.05 1.10 -.03
CrwnCstle 1197 16.1 16.55 16.75 +.11
CrownHold 958 15.94 15.65 15.83 -.07
Cryptlgc 1490 28.50 26.68 27.78 +2.47
Cummins 1573 72.27 70.59 72.05 -.76
Cyberonic 1342 40.60 39.50 40.00 +.80
CypSem 2608 13.50 13.05 13.23 +.14
Cytogenrs 139 13.44 12.95 13.07 -52
Cytyc 1061 24.42 23.85 24.011 -.29

DHB Inds 717 15.05 14.60 14.99 +.27
DJIADiam 4867 107.84 10720 1075.81 +.33
DPL 856 25.93 2555 25.76 *
DR Hortn 1597 42.63 41.18 42.30 -32
DROGOLD 2683 1.52 1.43 1.43 -.10
DSL.net h 2219 .18 .16 .17 +.01
Danahers 1069 54.99 54.40 54.55 -.33
Darden 1403 27.73 27.07 27.14 -59
DaVita s 1616 42.45 41.81 42.17 -.08
Deere 2737 66.77 65.39 66.57 +.72
DellInc 18517 40.56 40.10 40.55 +.21
Delphi 2532 7.14 7.03 7.06 -.02
DeltaAir 3078 5.42 5.05 5.05 -35
deltathree 1721 5.72 5.00 5.02 -.59
Denbury 669 34.15 33.30 34.10 +.83
Dndreon 3667 8.02 736 7.56 -.33
DevonE s 2764 43.83 42.50 43.62 +1.03
DiaOffs 2023 49.25 47.51 49.08 +2.08
Dillards 1016 25.34 24.77 25.01 -.d3
DirecTV 2244 15.19 15.06 15.12 -.08
DiscvLabs 707 6.30 6.10 6.12 -.37
Disney 5001 2937 29.06 29.06 -.29
DitechCo 1377 14.27 13.02 13.03 -.95
DohsonCm 5089 2.21 2.05 2.11 +.14
DolbyLabn 2367 24.85 24.00 24.57 +.27
DollarG 1880 22.09 21.85 22.02 +.10
OlIrTree 2405 26.06 25.49 25.63 -.42
DomRes 1715 72.14 71.44 71.60 -.41
DmRsBW 46 41.90 40.55 41.33 +.82
DoralFin 1554 43.24 40.94 41.13 -2.10
DbleCIck 1057 755 7.45 7.48 +.03
Dover 661 38.10 37.62 38.01 -.08
DowChm 3623 53.95 53.10 53.64 +.09
DryShips n 679 21.80 21.30 21.55 +.54
DuPont 7052 53.95 52.04 53.95 +1.64
DukeEgy 3591 27.00 26.62 26.63 -.38
DyntrCp. 1603 2582 2.07 2.63 +.60
Dynegy 1525 4.73 4.65 4.72 +.07

ETrade 2272 1327 13.05 13.12 -.15
E-loan 1472 3.41 3.19 3.30 -.02
eBays 19502 42.84 42.21 42.46 -.26
ECCCapn 754 657 6.75 6.75 -.10
EMCCp 16301 12.96 12.67 12.69 -.25
EOG Res 2003 86.11 83.78 8557 +2.01
eResrch 693 1628 15.90 16.01 -.14
EagleBbnd 2312 .43 .41 .42 +.01
ErthLink 4986 9.04 8.11 8.62 -31
EKodak 1289 3420 33.87 34.00 -.15


Vol. High Low Close Chg.
Eaton s 1187 69.10 68.43 68.62 -.03
EchoStar 1938 30.09 29.61 29.62 -.28
Ecolab 1329 31.84 31.59 31.81 +.18
eCostcm n 931 9.48 8.24 8.41 -.77
Edisonint 1599 33.10 32.39 32.50 -.29
8x8 Inc 657 2.79 2.69 2.69 -.01
ElPasoCp 10887 13.00 12.42 12.77 -.22
Elan 2238 28.00 27.50 27.65 -.10
ElectArts 4194 64.72 62.55 64.04 +.43
EDS 1964 20.15 19.85 19.99 -.03
EmrsnEl 1412 67.35 66.70 66.91 -.04
EmmisC 672 19.14 18.81 19.05 +.02
Emulex 1242 17.06 16.53 16.54 -.25
EnCanag 892 63.86 62.06 63.50 +1.43
EncysiveP 729 11.78 11.17 11.43 +20
Enerplsg 650 38.36 37.77 37.92 -.88
ENSCO 2669 39.94 38.46 39.93+151
Enterasys 2478 1.54 1.48 1.50 +.01
Entergy 980 70.15 68.85 68.85 -1.80
EntPrPt 887 27.07 26.90 27.00 -.05
Enterrags 719 20.24 19.1 20.17 +138
EonLabss 752 28.35 27.65 27.92 -.33
Epiphany 659 3.70 3.50 3.65 +.05
EqOffPT 1903 30.05 29.64 29.87 -.18
EqtyRsd 1230 33.71 33.02 33.39 -.16
EncsnTI 2597 28.60 28.22 28.28 -.27
EvrgrSIr 967 5.40 5.19 5.39 +.14
Exelons 2541 44.94 44.05 44.44 -.50
ExtNetw 1040 6.37 6.12 6.13 -.12
ExxonMbl 22766 59.85 58.02 59.41 +1.28
Eyetech 810 36.00 35.50 35.51 -.18

F5 Netw 773 52.71 51.29 51.88 +.26
FEI Co 1342 25.62 24.50 25.19+1.10
FPLGp 864 79.64 78.05 78.60 -1.04
FairchIdS 979 16.43 15.88 16.15 -.02
FanniMae 12528 60.75 58.00 58.90 -1.71
FedExCp 991 98.19 96.84 97.35 -.40
FedSignl 7660 15.04 14.75 14.86 +30
FedrDS 2706 57.37 55.81 56.72 -.65
Fidellin 1281 46.44 4534 45.34 -.93
FifthThird 2262 46.45 45.45 45.70 -.64
FndWhat 724 14.09 13.70 13.77 +.24
Finisar 2257 1.56 1.49 1.50 -.02
FrstData 3027 40.60 0.60 40.10 4033 -.31
FirstEngy 1277 4150 40.63 40.67 -.83
Fserv 1064 38.27 37.50 37.82 +.14
FishrSci 984 60.99 60.49 60.83 +.05
Flextrn 3928 13.87 13.47 13.49 -.18
Fluor 650 62.97. 61.22 61.88 -.83
FLYI 819 1.57 150 1.50 +.83
FbrdM 9035 13.01 12.77 12.96 -.04
ForestLab 1758 42.44 41.45 42.31 +.64
ForestOil 1019 37.16 36.59 37.00 +.64
Forward 785 7.63 6.80 7.20 +.21
Foundry 1224 10.43 10.16 10.24 +.01
FrankRes 674 70.85 69.52 70.11 -54
FredMac 8923 63.51 61.41 61.73 -2.17
FMCG 4341 40.17 39.40 39.73 +.03
Freescale n 724 18.59 1830 18.40 -32
FreescBin 1284 18.81 18.45 18.57 -36
FriedBR 932 19.63 19.16 19.17 -.35
Frontlines 1051 48.76 47.80 47.99 -.27
FuelCell 1302 10.90 10.11 10.70 +.34
FujiPh 175 36.85 36.4 36.79 +.13
FullerHB 171 26.45 25.80 25.81 -.54
Ftrmdla 792 .59 .56 .57 -.03

GMHCTn 1059 13.32 12.92 13.03 -.25
G-1ll 9 8.39 7.01 8.09 -.02
Gannett 1251 80.25 79.60 79.80 +.46
Gap 2929 21.32 20.85 21.09 -.06
Garmin 759 55.07 52.85 53.20 -1.71
Gateway 2943 4.68 4.59 4.61 -.01
GenProbe 786 51.87 50.24 50.59 -.54
Genentch s 2737 47.31 4655 46.99 -.11
GenElec 21784 36.06 35.69 35.88 -.15
GnGrthPrp 1405 37.35 36.52 36.52 -.95
GenMills 1207 52.14 51.61 51.74 -.43
GnMotr 4028 37.30 37.01 37.30 +.09
GenesMcr 968 14.27 13.64 13.75 -.25
Genlyte 44 88.32 86.29 8753 +29
Genta 2733 1.49 1.37 137 -.10
Genworth n 913 28.81 28.21 28.21 -33
Genzyme 2548 57.00 55.75 56.30 -.34
GaPacif 1032 35.47 34.83 35.39 +.46
Gerdau s 1345 18.27 17.79 18.13 +.88
GevityHR 1548 18.40 17.40 17.59 -.51
GileadScis 3541 33.95 32.98 33.55 -.18
Gillette 3891 51.17 50.44 50.65 +.05
GlamIs 692 17.55 17.22 17.42 -.01
GlaxoSKIn 932 47.59 46.99 47.56 +.43
Globlnd 1039 9.31 8.69 9.00 +.26
GlobalSFe 2027 38.09 37.45 37.67 +34
GoldFLtd 1259 11.89 11.54 11.67 -.08
Goldcrp g 1485 13.44 13.29 13.38 +.02
GoldStrg 1731 3.08 2.97 2.98 -.12
GoIdWF s 1959 62.12 60.65 60.71 -1.40
GoidmanS 3312 110.80 108.60 109.00 -1.60
Goodyear 1753 13.96 13.68 13.79 +.09
Googlen 8434 198.84 196.66 197.95 +.05
vjGrace 678 10.46 10.03 10.25 +.04
Graifech 802 8.50 8.33 8.42 +.09
GrantPrde 877 23.47 22.81 23.40 +59
GreyWolf 1880 6.05 5.92 6.02 +.08
GrpoFin 1084 9.33 9.15 9.25S
Gtech s 1144 24.20 23.80 24.01 +.08
Guldant 1985 73.50 73.06 73.18 +.08
Gurunetn 799 25.7 21.80 22.41 +.14

HCAInc 1778 46.40 45.87 45.89 -.15
Hallobtn 3940 42.68 41.86 42.49 +.70
HancFab 65 9.10 8.82 8.90 -.10
Hanover 3256 13.42 12.85 13.30 -.43
Harken 4167 .52 .47 .51 +.03
HarleyD 1408 61.80 60.85 61.26 -.42
Harmonic 2790 11.70 11.09 11.28 -.32
HarmonyG 1700 8.36 8.05 8.30 +.19
HartfdFn 781 71.59 70.90 71.23 -.04
Hasbro 1633 20.42 20.15 20.29 +.29
HawaiiEls 242 27.64 27.10 27.13 -50
Headwatrs 759 32.95 32.10 32.26 -.32
HIthCPs 852 2553 25.08 25.33 -.45
HItMgt 1785 22.47 22.13 22.13 +.082
Heinz 1476 37.087 36.54 36.54 -.47
HSchein 781 73.66 71.54 73.17 +1.38
Hercules 811 14.63 14.03 14.45 +35
HewlettP 9243 2121 20.76 21.00 +.14
Hibern 949 26.24 25.87 26.01 -.27
Hilton 2128 21.68 21.27 21.57 +.12
HlywdE 1779 14.00 13.77 13.83 -.02
HomeDp 5753 42.23 41.74 42.02 +21
HonwIllntI 2689 38.20 37.74 38.09 +.17
HrznOff 1461 1.14 1.08 1.09 -.04
Hospiran 1071 29.90 29.40 29.70 -.13
HostMarr 1137 16.04 15.80 15.90 -.10
HotTopic 828 20.15 19.70 19.94 -.14
HovnanEs 988 52.74 51.59 52.36 -37
HumGen 822 11.75 11.25 11.41 -.16
Humana 1037 33.89 33.26 33.36 -.31
Huntsmnn 2900 26.68 25.85 26.40 +55

IAC Interac 8413 22.23 21.97 22.21 +.19
ICOS 775 23.56 22.80 22.89 -.10
IMS HIth 913 24.09 23.84 24.05 +.02
ISCO Intl 806 .34 .30 32 -.01
iShBrazil 723 24.10 23.79 23.88 -.11
IShJapan 7274 10.67 10.58 10.65 +.11
ISh2OTB 2148 90.95 90.46 90.86 -.82
iShR2000G 861 65.43 64.70 64.90 -.13
iShRs2000 7568 126.41 125.00 125.55 -.31
iShREst 762 119.00 118.00 118.50 -1.23
ITC DItCm 1439 .86 .75 .84 +.09
!cad 836 4.40 4.00 4.38 +.12
Identix 732 6.44 6.06 6.23 -.13
IkonOffSol 1605 10.81 10.66 10.72 +.07
ITW 1572 91.65 91.14 91.50 +34
Imclone 985 43.90 42.34 42.52 -.19
ImunoGn 120 6.43 6.14 6.20 +.05
ImpacMtg 1133 20.10 19.80 19.83 -.19
INCO 2926 40.15 39.34 40.07 +.22
Induslntl 827 2.77 2.43 2.50 -.21
Infineon 1887 9.88 9.73 9.88 +.11
InfoSpce 702 42.96 42.20 42.61 +.11
IngerRd 913 81.21 80.24 80.80 -.20
IngrmM 698 18.54 18.03 18.11 +11
InputOut 1777 6.48 6.08 6.20 -.35
IntegCirc 1139 20.12 19.69 19.75 -.10
IntgDv 1869 12.20 11.93 12.00 +.02
IntegES 692 3.48 330 3.36 +.02
Intel 57634 24.08 23.64 24.02 +39
Intellisync 11607 3.09 2.60 2.80 +.28
Interchg n 777 23.08 20.60 2250+1.20
IntrNAP 805 .70 .67 .69 +.01
IBM 4122 94.25 92.55 93.27 -.48
IntlGame 1516 31.94 30.59 30.76 -.17


Vol. High Low Close Chg.
IntPap 3406 38.65 38.12 38.36 +.36
IntRect 807. 42.60 42.00 42.50 +.21
IntlSteel 933 41.40 41.10 41.20 +.18
Interpublic 2962 1330 13.14 13.17 +.01
Intersil 1545 16.87 1653 16.67 -.03
Intuit 3239 41.42 39.64 40.95 +.84
Investools 691 4.73 3.98 4.65 +.16
Invitrogn 1268 71.20 69.77 69.98 -.07
IronMtnls 685 27.47 27.29 27.29 -.11
Isonics 749 4.75 4.62 4.64 -.05
IvanhoeEn 1679 2.53 2.32 2.52 +.15
IvaxCps 819 15.89 15.60 15.86 +.20
Ixia 788 17.89 1750 17.75 -.02

JDS Uniph 40808 1.90 1.75 1.79 -.01
JPMorgCh 17618 36.76 36.30 36.51 -.27
Jabil 1355 24.80 24.25 24.74 +.33
JanusCap 902 14.45 14.23 1430 -.13
JeffPilot 663 49.19 48.75 48.80 -.34
JetBlue 3580 18.86 18.10 18.42 -.42
johnJn 6046 65.59 6521 65.43 +.08
JohnsnCtl 674 58.79 58.01 58.61 +.69
JonesApp 999 33.64 33.14 33.18 -.46
JoyGlbl s 817 29.46 28.75 2937 +.43
JnprNtw 9921 22.45 21.85 21.95 -.50
1364 14.78 13.58 14.58 +.59


KB Home 1468 115.69 114.05 11538 -.78
KFX Inc 650 15.40 14.96 15.30 +.31
KLATnc 5504 49.68 48.65 48.67 -.91
Kellogg 1088 44.22 43.86 44.01 -.28
KerrMc 2509 70.95 69.38 7050 +1.32
Keycorp 1281 33.651 32.93 32.93 -.49
KimbCIk 1635 66.31 65.57 65.92 +.14
KineicCn 784 67.84 66.48 67.80 +1.24
KingPhrm 1026 10.38 10.08 10.27 +17
Kinross g 1138 6.29 6.19 6.19 -.07
Kmart 846 101.63 100.10 100.21 -.31
KnightR 378 67.09 6620 66.30 -.69
KnghtTrd 1859 10.61 10.51 10.52 -.02
Kohls 1326 47.01 46.36 46.63 -.28
Kraft 1304 33.64 33.28 33.45 -.17
KrspKrm 1509 6.08 5.91 5.99 +.03
Kroger 3228 18.11 17.52 17.98 +.32

LSI Log 1913 6.34 6.19 6.26 +.04
LTX. , 1895 5.21 5.02 5.08 -.07
LaQuinta 858 890 8.71 8.90 +.12
LabCp 809 49.85 4A.24 49.30 -.50.
LamRsch 2042 30.22 29.70 30.02 +.OZ
LeapFroo 767 11.40 10.90 10.90 -.20
LeggMass 755 80.61 79.17 79.88 -.74
LehmBr 3067 91.70 89.14 89.66 -1.99
LennarA 1452 58.12 57.05 57.98 -.57
Leve13 7965 1.99 1.90 1.93 +.01
LexarMd 1867 4.25 3.95 3.97 -.15
Lexmark 1966 79.99 7852 78.93 +.41
LibtyMA 5591 10.29 10.19 10.20 -.09
LibMIntAn 1269 44.99 44.09 44.17 +.02
LigandB 1065 100.06 9.75 9.86 -.16
LillyEli 4423 55.23 5435 54.60 -.53
Limited 1188 24.30 23.84 23.96 -.19
Lincare 724 40.32 39.24 39.47 -.44
LinearTch 3259 38.39 37.89 38.27 +.02
UonsGt g 5418 10.00 9.60 9.86 -.49
LockhdM 1062 59.45 59.05 59.19 -.11
LookSmart 1005 1.12 1.08 1.09 +.01
Loudeye 1059 1.88 1.78 1.81 -.05
LaPac 1915 26.78 26.23 26.30 +.01
LowesCos 3421 59.25 58.50 58.75 -.38
Lucent 20885 3.30 3.24 3.24 -.05
LMondel 1934 32.77 31.94 32.49 +.A3

MBIA 760 58.94 58.02 58.02 -.54
MBNA 6489 25.81 25.19 25.36 -.37
MCI Inc n 49662 22.32 21.50 22.31 +1.65
MEMC 2998 12.32 12.01 12.16 +.17
MGI Phr s 724 25.32 24.65 25.05 +.34
MGIC 911 63.85 62.40 63.31 +1.01
mm02plc 20 24.78 24.55 24.76 +.22
Macrmdia 1274 35.39 34.68 34.73 -.18
MadCatz g 4499 1.43 1.15 1.39 +.25
MagnHunt 1117 15.73 15.40 15.60 +.19
Malaysa 23 6.80 6.51 6.59 -.05
Mamma 1304 4.60 4.08 4.24 -.20
Manpwl 958 44.00 43.43 4350 -.49
Marathon 2425 44.95 43.75 44.53 +1.05
MarintA 1497 64.39 63.75 63.77 -.16
MarshM 2093 31.88 31.08 31.58 +.68
MStewrt 914 35.28 34.54 34.99 +.26
MarvelTs 3431 37.44 36.30 37.16 +.60
Masco 1984 37.02 36.45 36.84 -.07
MasseyEn 798 42.81 42.23 42.49 +.29
Mattel 1608 21.41 21.09 21.09 -.16
MavTube 697 34.79 33.99 34.26 +.25
Maxim 3896 42.35 41.55 41.84 -.26
Maxtor 1339 5.80 5.,51 5.53 -.25
MayDS 10791 33.61 32.91 33.45 +1.93
Maytag 1247 15.75 15.48 15.57 -.08
McDerl 731 18.37 18.15 18.25 +.16
McDnlds 3723 32.50 32.07 3233 +.04
McKesson 1122 36.97 36.65 36.77 +06
McLeo A 1929 .53 .51 .51 -.00
McAfee 1025 24.68 24.25 24.39 -.33
Medlmun 1544 24.50 24.05 24.17 -.07
Medarex 682 9.09 8.79 8.89 +.05
MedcoHIth 2154 45.13 44.79 45.09 +.39
Medics 860 34.85 34.30 34.77 +.13
Mdcomre 44 8.28 8.02 8.16 -.02
Medtmic 5111 53.48 52.83 53.00 -.26
MellonFnc 1243 29.01 28.66 28.77 -.24
Merck 57363 32.65 29.48 32.61 +3.76
Merclntr 2004 47.10 45.84 45.84 -.05
MerrillLyn 7143 59.99 58.60 58.86 -1.11
MetalMg s 904 3020 29.75 29.82 +.12
MetLile 2488 41.09 40.33 41.08 +.66
Microchp 1622 27.43 26.77 26.79 -.51
MicronT 4741 11.57 11.37 11.50
MicSemi s 823 17.31 17.12 17.18 +.07
Microsoft 76274 25.65 25.40 25.48 -.17
MillPhar 7679 9.03 8.67 8.98 +.34
Mindspeed 662 2.74 2.64 2.72 +.04
MitsuTkyo 931 9.23 9.06 9.18 -.01
MobileTels 1083 37.48 36.72 36.88 -.37
Monsnto 1870 56.20 55.68 55.77 -.13
MnstrWw 764 29.26 28.50 28.94 +.18
Moodys 748 85.37 84.28 84.28 -1.06
MorgStan 6678 59.61 57.48 57.65 -1.96
Motorola 7742 15.73 1550 15.50 -.06
MNlanLab 788 16. 24 15.82 16.15 +.25

NCR Cp s 880 37.77 37.30 37.60 -.03
NETgear 5852 14.80 13.77 14.15 -2.45
Nabors 3785 57.50 55.74 57.20+1.85
NasdOOTr 67437 37.57 37.26 37.35 -.12
Nasdaqn 1017 10.10 9.40 10.03 +.18
NatlCity 1856 36.03 35.69 35.75 -.15
NatOilwl 1339 41.87 40.81 41.85 +1.20
NatSemls 3225 19.03 18.53 18.93 +.19
Navarre 1085 9.76 9.09 9.15 -.57
Navistar 857 38.99 38.12 38.50 +.38
NeoseT 2938 4.68 4.25 4.25 -.51
NetLogic n 647 10.48 9.57 9.95 -.37
Netease 720 40.50 39.55 40.07 +.55
Netflix 1347 10.75 10.43 10.67 +.17
NetwkAp 3456 31.52 30.91 31.00 -.26
NwCentFn 1587 52.54 51.50 51.66 -.88
NewFrnt 923 7.49 7.25 7.41 +.11
NYCmtys 1200 18.05 17.70 17.70 -.25
NY Times 1146 38.26 37.06 37.20 -1.05
NewellRub 846 22.73 22.52 22.66 -.01
NewfExp 767 72.78 70.61 72.50 +2.00
NewmtM 2993 42.78 42.42 42.47 -.16
NewsCpAn 7030 16.94 16.76 16.87 -.10
NewsCpBn 1310 1756 17.36 17.41 -.14
NextelC 11005 29.09 2851 28.88 +.29
Nource 1289 22.94 22.59 22.66 -.20
Ni eB 1137 85.78 85.26 85.51 +31
NobleCorp 2295 56.84 56.11 56.73 +.61
NobleEngy 710 65.12 63.63 64.86 +1.36
NokiaCp 6108 15.84 15.68 15.76 +.03
Nordstr 1616 53.66 52.54 52.63 -1.02
NorflkSo 2188 35.69 34.83 3539 +.59
NortelN If 19093 3.07 3.00 3.01 -.05
NoFrkBcs 1552 29.10 28.55 28.55 -.42
NOrion gn 1579 2.91 2.89 2.90 +.01
NorTrst 1226 43.23 42.46 42.46 -.56
NorthrpGs 1127 53.42 52.72 53.05 -.26
NwstAtrl 1017 7.16 7.00 7.04 -.05
Novartis 1019 48.94 48.25 48.90 +.75
NvtiWris 1215 1235 11.71 11.99 -.27
Novell 13561 6.06 5.87 6.01 +.17
Novlus 3920 29.03 2850 28.73 -.30
Nucors 2182 60.85 58.96 60.25+1.48
Nvidia 25931 2830 26.71 28.27 +2.76


Vol. High Low Close Chg.


OMI Cp 1164 19.10 18.48 19.03 +.55
OcciPet 2771 69.13 66.02 67.87 +1.96
OffcDpt 1939 18.77 18.64 18.69 +.06
OfficeMax 942 31.37 30.70 31.20 +.39
OilSvHT 2880 97.09 94.55 96.30 +1.99
Omncre 750 32.18 31.40 31.75 -.37
Omnicell 656 6.88 6.53 6.73 +.13
Omnicom 1217 86.00 84.40 85.61 +1.09
OmniVisn 3918 19.46 18.64 18.77 -.31
OnSmcnd 1692 4.95 4.52 4.68 -.12
OnyxPh 690 2830 27.80 28.14 +.14
OpnwvSy 977 13.60 13.33 13.44 +.13
optXprs n 671 18.62 18.00 18.53 +.47
Oracle 34481 12.99 12.84 12.94 -.02
Orange21n 2342 9.00 5.84 6.60 -2.90
Overstk 849 56.77 54.89 54.95 -1.00

PC Mall 1206 14.50 12.35 13.48 -2.04
PG&E Cp 2467 36.05 3550 35.95 -.05
PHH Cp n 1108 22.06 21.94 22.05 +.05
PMC Sra 2538 10.48 10.20 10.36 +.06
PMIGrp 1260 39.60 38.70 39.26 +.71
PNC 1452 52.63 52.13 52.13 -.22
PPLCorp 801 55.00 54.06 54.10 -1.13
Paccar 883 71.78 70.90 71.31 +.41
PacSunwr 643 25.05 24.72 25.00 +17
palmOne 1386 23.55 22.77 22.82 -.50
PanASlv 917 16.75 16.40 16.69 +.18
PaneraBrd 1351 54.41 53.15 54.05 -.10
ParmTc 1610 5.95 5.84 5.93 +.08
ParkOr O01 5.82 5.56 5.63 +.08
ParkHan 885 65.75 65.29 65.52 +.15
Patinas 1098 38.96 38.28 38.78 +.59
PattUTll s 6725 24.18 22.87 24.05 +1.45
Paychex 1116 31.20 30.79 30.96 *
Pengrth g 705 22.25 21.75 22.23 +52
PennNGm 1251 65.34 62.75 62.88 -2.20
Penney 1947 44.00 43.48 43.65 -.18
PepsiCo 3566 54.41 53.59 54.20 +.47
PerryEllis 29 22.73 22.26 22.35 -.30
PetrbrsA 1925 40.15 39.91 40.00 +.11
Petrobrs 2946 45.38 44.90 45.20 +35
PtroqstE 1076 7.04 6.74 6.96 +.24
PetsMart 1290 31.93 31.25 31.51 -.27
Pfizer 90824 27.75 24.60 26.80 +1.74
PhmHTr 4165 72.25 69.79 72.07 +1.99
Pharmos, 807 .81 .78 .78
PhelpD 2841 100.25 97.63 99.67 +.67
PiilcoHil 659 144. 55 14.57 -.21
PioNtri 1522 40.43 39.75 40.11, +.46
PlacerD 1811 18.57 18.21 18.30 -.06
PligPower 724 6.46 6.11 6.22 -.08
PlumCrk 731 37.98 37.36 37.73 +.27
Polycom 1274 17.01 16.23 16.50 -.37
PortlPlay n 1058 20.85 19.20 20.59 +1.24
PortfRec 648 36.02 34.59 35.90 -.03
Powrwav 1110 7.56 7.35 7.38 +.01
Praxair 779 45.46 45.03 45.20 +.20
Premcor 1264 55.31 53.81 55.16 +1.57
priceline 3161 23.49 21.71 22.88 +1.74
Pridelntl 1834 24.55 23.93 24.50 +.34
Primedia 1678 4.44 4.01 4.20 +.15
PrimusT 818 2.14 1.89 2.02 +.12
PrinFncl 712 39.70 39.38 39.39 -.06
ProctG s 9380 53.92 53.22 53.50 +.17
ProgrssEn 2770 4426 42.47 43.00 -1.25
ProgCp 1004 87.96 86.46 86.54 -.97
ProtDsg 950 17.65 16.95 17.30 -.14
ProvET g 797 10.09 9.98 10.03 -.03
Providian 3402 17.32 17.03 17.17 -.13
Prudent 1134 58.29 57.90 58.20 +.08
PSEG 1043 54.21 53.01 53.15 -.75
PulteHm 1422 69.81 68.05 69.53 -.75

QLT 844 15.53 15.15 15.32 -.07
Qlogic 2188 42.41 41.28 41.72 +.09
QualcomAs 16112 35.60 34.59 34.64 -.71
Questsftw 735 14.64 14.23 14.28 -.09
Questar 670 52.49 50.91 52.23 +1.20
QwestCm 23227 4.00 3.87 3.95 +11
RF MicD 2432 5.77 5.61 5.63 -.07
RSA Sec 725 16.47 16.15 16.33 +.09
Radian 804 49.00 48.50 48.68 +.56
RadntSys 806 7.30 6.35 7.29 +.98
ROneD 813 14.02 13.66 13.88 -.07
RadioShk 3541 30.04 29.18 29.49 -.44
RaeSyst 2616 6.32 5.35 5.41 -1.31
Rainmkr 1699 .55 .50 .52 +.02
Rambus 1634 18.09 17.50 17.61 -.21
RangeRsc 724 24.75 23.98 23.99 +.15
Rayovac 651 43.20 42.09 42.87 -.23
Raytheon 777 38.52 38.16 38.19 -.27
RealNwk 696 6.51 6.29 6.32 -.10
RedHat 4083 11.88 11.55 11.60 -.08
Regenrn 699 6.64 6.25 6.39 -.18
RegBkHT 968 136.88 135.45 135.62 -1.43
RegionsFn 1088 32.74 32.54 32.65 +.02
SReliantEn 1121 13.00 12.75 12.77 -.28
RepubSv 771 31.29 30.92 31.17 +.15
RschMot s 5947 75.79 73.59 73.78 -1.76
RetailHT 1227 98.20 97.82 98.13 +.08
Rewards 800 5.18 4.87 5.14 +.19
ReynldsAm 845 81.90 81.25 81.45 -.07
Rhodia 1398 3.14 2.95 2.98 -.14
RightNow n 1068 12.65 12.06 12.25 -.47
RiteAld 1099 3.55 3.52 3.54 +.02
RockwIAut 1023 60.58 59.47 '59.95 +.05
RockColl 764 46.73 45.91 46.39 -.34
RoHaas 725 48.86 48.29 48.52 +.28
RossStrs 735 28.20 27.50 27.50 -.31
Rowan 1533 31.54 30.74 31.41 +.72
RylCarb 827 48.34 47.79 47.95 +.15
RoylDut 2791 61.98 61.51 61.68 +.84
RubyTues 773 24.25 23.89 23.96 -.09
Ryland s 945 67.72 65.88 67.23 +.04

SAPAG 1149 39.87 39.56 39.58 -.36
SBCCom 9729 24.30 24.12 24.18 -.07
SKTIccm 805 20.62 20.32 20.58 +.27
SLM Cp 7031 48.75 47.42 47.92 -1.76
STMicro 1030 16.91 16.69 16.79 -.18
SabreHold 947 21.50 21.33 21.33 *
Safeco 645 48.99 47.95 48.89 +.76
Safeway 2323 18.66 18.35 18.59 -.02
SUades 1182 40.05 39.60 39.61 -.37
StPaulTrav 1854 38.57 38.14 38.14 -.33
Saks 961 15.89 15.70 15.84 +.04
Salesforc n 4905 16.73 15.00 15.95 .+.85
SanDisk 2762 25.96 25.53 25.60 -.16
Sanmina 4729 6.04 5.90 5.93 -.03
Sanofi 1128 38.53 38.15 38.53 +.93
Sapient 803 7.00 6.90 6.96 +.01
SaraLee 3673 23.54 22.96 22.97 -50
SavientPh 136 3.03 2.93 2.98 +.03
SaxonCpn 723 18.99 18.47 18.66 -.09
SchergPI 4708 19.32 18.96 19.28 +.21
SchImb 4769 74.10 72.20 73.53 +1.15
Schwab 4573 10.91 10.69 10.73 -.14
SciGames 706 26.75 26.30 26.48 +,18
SciAtlanta 740 31.78 30.87 31.23 +.34
ScottPw 690 32.89 32.60 32.75 -.15
ScottishRe 696 23.90 23.30 23.47 -.21
SeagateT 6493 18.17 17.55 17.55 -.13
Sears 2067 51.54 50.89 50.89 -.43
SemiHTr 19373 33.55 33.10 33.35 +,10
SempraEn 1591 40.00 39.38 39.50 -.50
Semtech 1253 19.04 18.59 18.65 -.28
Sepracor 5069 66.55 64.04 64.70 +1.10
Shandan 724 30.35 29.80 30.01 +.46
ShirePh 878 32.31 31.90 32.25 +39
SiderNacs 946 24.50 23.74 24.02 +.38
SiebelSys 6634 8.89 8.66 8.72 -.02
SlerrPac 1576 10.65 10.22 10.30 -.21
SierraWr 856 9.43 9.13 9.13 -.30
Sify 782 5.23 4.80 5.10 +.36
SigmDg 1315 12.45 11.69 12.09 +57
SigmaTel 1878 42.88 41.68 42.33 +.70
SilcnGph 1164 1.29 1.26 1.26
Silcnlm9 704 11.80 11.40 11.50 +.05
SilcnLab 952 35.48 34.23 34.76 +.50
SimonProp 856 64.05 62.92 63.33 -.72
Sina 9890 26.54 24.00 25.60 +2.42
SipexCp 1845 2.51 1.50 2.02 -.53
SiriusS 27350 6.03 5.85 5.87 -.12
SixFlags 765 4.16 3.96 4.01 -.12
SkywksSol 1805 756 7.31 7.32 -.04
Smithlntl 1723 63.94 63.00 63.66 +.76
SmithMicro 1098 6.96 6.58 6.75 -.73
SmurfStne 2906 16.63 16.25 16.60 +.38
Sohu.cm 1699 16.65 15.81 16.46 +.76
Solectrn 4308 4.96 4.90 4.91
SonicCps 982 32.78 31.60 32.54 +1.85
SonicSol 1264 16.39 16.05 16.21 +.53
Sonus n 5296 5.51 5.26 5.31 -.01
SouthnCo 2302 32.98 32.42 32.47 -.50


Vol. High Low Close Chg.
SwstAirl 4951 14.25 14.03 14.09 -.14
SovrgnBcp 1862 23.53 22.87 22.88 -.50
SptAuth 765 24.95 24.28 24.90 +.61
SprntFON 14556 23.44 22.92 23.32 +.40
SPDR 45645 120.47 119.90 120.40 +.17
SPMid 1129 121.64 120.89 121.04 -.18
SP Mats 927 30.64 30.31 30.58 +34
SP HIthC 882 30.38 29.81 30.33 +.45
SP Engy 6549 42.26 41.20 42.05 +.91
SP Fncl 8815 30.20 29.79 29.79 -.32
SP Inds 844 30.58 30.40 30.50 *
S Util 1042 29.24 28.92 29.01 -31
Standex 17 28.88 28.52 28.80 +.18
Staples 2115 31.80 31.29 31.49 -.22
StarScien 658 6.24 5.86 5.98 -.18
Starbucks 2365 50.14 49.72 49.93 +.13
StarwdHtl 1029 58.98 58.49 58.50 -.36
StateStr 1336 43.95 43.37 43.49 -.43
STATS Chp 717 6.49 6.26 638 +.17
StIDyna 1518 42.66 40.70 42.51 +1.94
StemCells 2047 4.91 4.70 4.70 -.19
StorTch 718 31.93 31.64 31.67 -.03
sT Goldn 863 42.82 42.64 42.75 +.02
StrideRt 69 13.40 13.05 13.12 -.13
Stryker s 1495 51.01 50.40 50.67 +37
SturmR 65 8.10 7.96 8.06 +.10
SunMicro 31984 4.20 4.11 4.16 +.01
Suncorg 932 38.24 37.69 38.01 +51
SunGard 1622 26.22 25.76 26.22 +.26
Sunoco 1258 97.70 96.16 96.75 +.97

Superind 2768 27.76 25.85 27.00 +220
SwftEng 672 26.56 25.63 26.15 +.26
Sybase 1520 19.04 18.72 18.78 -.11
Sycamre 1491 3.49 3.43 3.47 -.03
Symantec s 8327 22.53 22.04 22.07 -.16
SymbIT 1745 17.67 17.32 17.40 -.27
Synaptics 1187 22.68 22.00 22.01 -2
Synopsys 1947 18.66 18.35 18.45 -.06

Syscor 1026 34.96 34.61 34.738 +.16

TCF Fncs 1940 27.14 26.88 27.01
TECO 672 16.24 15.91 5.91 -.30
TJX i 1081 25.42 25.15 25.30 +.02
TOP Tank n 3005 20.60 19.75 19.88 +.59
TV Azteca 2729 8.90 8.62 8.75 -.13
TXU Corp 1533 78.01 76.75 77.01 -1.00
Taiwan 18 13.54 13.48 13.49 +.09
TaiwSemi 3831 8.99 8.85 8.97 +.12
Target 4455 50.69. 50.20 50.62 +.46
TASERs 3374 14.38 14.02 14.11 -27
TeekayS 1257 47.09 46.05 46.91 +.76
Tekelec 1254 19.55 18.97 19.20 +35
TelNorL 2298 17.01 16.30 1630 -.71
TlcmArg 645 13.51 13.25 13.35 +.10
TeIMexL 1286 39.50 38.92 39.16 -.27
TelspCel 4194 7.40 6.94 6.99 -53
Tellabs 7482 7.40 7.11 7.28 +.15
Templelnl 4377 80.30 77.12 79.00 +2.90
Tempi pfD 964 63.24 62.62 62.97 +2.72
TenetH[t 4594 10.97 10.64 10.78 +.15
Teradyn 1947 15.42 14.91 15.33 +.18
Terayon 710 3.61 3.35 3.47 +10
Terra 1336 8.00 7.80 7.89 *
Terremark 740 .79 .73 .76 +.03
Tesoro 1010 34.75 33.72 34.38 +.73
TevaPh s 5548 27.65 26.84 27.40 +.48
Texilnst 10713 25.61 25.11 25.32 -.16
Textron 675 77.45 76.75 77.35 +.80
ThermoEl 1178 27.77 27.27 27.43 -.11
3Com 3386 3.67 3.52 3.52 -.13
3M Co 2863 86.50 85.50 85.55 -.16
TibcoSft 2780 11.88 11.56 11.88 +36
Tidwtr 822 41.41 40.95 41.33 +37
Tiffany 1209 31.36 30.63 31.14 +55
TimeWarn 14857 18.08 17.85 17.89 -.16
TiVo Inc 3668 4.00 3.73 3.85 +.23
TollBros 1994 84.70 82.95 84.41 -50
Trchmrk 747 54.05 53.45 53.58 -.46
Total SA 1026 115.62 114.59 115.35 +1.91
TcyRU 1439 22.42 22.20 22.30 +.05'
TransG[b 747 7.69 7.25 7.69 +57
Trnsmeta 1274 1.20 1.11 1.16 *
Transocn 4837 48.70 47.57 48.45 +.98
Travelzoo 1981 67.79 63.77 66.09 +4.15
Tribune 805 41.95 41.54 41.54 -.12
TripathT 718 1.34 1.18 1.19 *
TriQuint 763 3.44 3.34 3.37 +.02
TycolntI 9894 33.65 33.10 33.61 +.43
Tyson 1027 17.18 16.71 17.04 +36

UQM Tech 665 3.95 3.55 3.94 +.41
USEC 1326 14.32 13.50 14.10 -.28


Vol. High Low Close Chg.
1560490 ARC En u 18.99 18.61 18.80 -.20
1457332 ATl tech 21.87 21.45 21.75 +.66
1666071 Abitibi C 6.60 6.25 6.52 -.11
1171627 Alcan 48.43 47.59 48.40 +.64
1284769 AmerigoReso 2.37 2.22 2.23 -.05
8717955 Aspen go .69 .50 .65 +.01
2111383 Aur Res 7.10 6.87 6.99 +.14
1246991 BCE Inc 29.48 29.20 29.27 +.11
1150977 Barickgld 29.65 28.96 29.60 +.20
1190079 BemaGlo 3.71- 3.61 3.62 -.05
1641477 Bk N S 40.69 40.14 40.60 +.36
1473100 BlizzardEnerg 3.00 2.87 2.99 +.08
2560145 BolivarGo 2.51 2.30 2.50 +.19
1776166 BombdrBf 2.73 2.66 2.69 -.01
1698760 Breakwtr .73 .69 .71 +.01
3726597 CAE 5.88 5.66 5.71 -.12
2892536 CGI A f 8.47 8.01 8.15 -.06
1383000 CableSatf .02 .01 .02 +.01
1985008 Cambior 3.18 2.94 2.98 -.17
1095595 CaspianEnergy2.80 2.43 2.75 +.35
1052000 ChariotResO .25 .24 .24 .
1558826 Compton 12.22 11.80 12.05 -.15
1568250 Coolbrnd 9.05 8.75 9.03 +.26
1191425 Crescent a 19.95 19.21 19.90 +.33
2157694 CrispinEnergyl.37 1.30 1.35 -.01
1047279 DaylightEngyl0.79 10.55 10.72 +.15
33093560 imethad .45 .40 .40 -.07
1542406 EncanaoC 78.69 76.38 78.20 +1.91
2344501 EspritEnrgyB13.05 12.66 13.00 +.23
2819910 Formatno .55 .47 .54 +.09
1149883 Gerdauam 8.22 805 8.12 +.12
2224427 GICarbnu 12.12 11.85 12.00
1470807 Goldcorp 16.43 16.32 16.38
2788591 HudBayMineral3.29 2.96 3.23 +.06
5283745 HudbayMineral.06 .05 .06 1
2253720 Inco 49.44 48.27 49.40 +.50
1116631 Ivanhoe M 8.80 8.40 8.75 +35


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Vol. High Low Close Chg.
722 31.25 30.06 30.37 -.49
724 52.70 51.80 52.57 +.47
2773 14.05 13.52 13.53 -.27
2456 64.30 62.76 63.76 +3.14
1347 7.73 7.55 7.64 +.08
2664 3.63 3.54 3.63 +.10
1563 11.28 10.97 11.28 +.33
1932 77.80 77.22 77.22 -.45
660 17.68 17.48 17.64 +.18
4466 29.78 29.36 29.41 -.30
814 48.30 43.80 47.70 +4.50
3419 57.65 55.85 57.40+2.24
1558 101.50 100.50 100.91 -.59
6869 9.79 9.53 956 +.01
1923 89.25 88.75 89.05 +.03
2508 27.70 27.39 27.54 -.16
2073 52.65 51.20 52.30 +1.42
1190 17.57 1732 1736 +.01
8 22.24 2151 21.81 +.58


UtilIHTr 1894 102.65 10129 101.61 -1.24

VCAAnts 666 19.55 18.88 19.13 +.19
ValeroEs 5332 66.13 62.73 65.27 +2.83
ValueClick 4551% 13.57 12.50 12.63 -.07
Varco 1163 34.66 34.05 34.61 +.63
VarianMs 807 36.47 35.97 36.22 -.18
Verisign 1489 27.54 27.04 27.30 +19
Veritas 2942 24.93 24.40 24.49 -.10
VerizonCm 11362 35.80 35.16 35.31 -.37
VersoTch 1782 .44 .40 .41
VertxPh 768 11.70 11 11.43 -.07
VestaurSec 5 13.94 13.90 13.91 '-.01
ViacomB 4029 36.69 36.19 36.19 -.50
Vignette 1519 1.27 1.19 1.20 -.01
Vilsage 972 5.85 5.68 5.80 +.10
VimpelCs 972 37.89 36.80 36.92 +.32
VintgPt 647 28.10 27.01 28.09 +1.01
Vishay 864 13.04 12.83 12.93 -.15
Vitesse 2640 3.27 3.15 3.16 -.03
Vodafone 893 26.84 26.64 26.75 -.05

W&T Offtn 793 19.45 19.08 19.40 +38
WD408 36 33.85 32.87 33.05 -.68
WJ Corn 732 2.90 2.25 3 2.44 -37
WMS 1075 30.33 29.66 29.99 +.42
Wachovia 4911 54.03 52.91 52.95 -1.07
WalMart 9483, 53.00 52.64 52.72 +.02
Walgr 2197 42.99 42.53 42.88 -.06
WAMutl 2783 41.64 41.10 41.25 -.38
WRIT 220 30.40 29.27 29.60 -.80
WsteCnns 2950 3539 33.98 34212 +.72
WsteMInc 962 30.25 29.91 30.00 -.01
WatsnPh 962 30.09 29.61 29.95 +37
Weathfilnt 1811 59.20 58.5 58.89 +.52
WebMD 1277 7.85 7.74 7.76 -.01
Wellmn 1819 125.89 11.95 12.59 +.67-
WellPoint 970 122.42 120.53 120.955 -1.0
WellsFrgo 4449 60.49 59.72 59.851 -.59
Wendys 1265 3828 3753 37.83 +.11
WDiglt 1473 11.49 1123 11.27
WstnGRs 1077 3435 32.80 34.29+1.24
WestlkCh n 1100 36.58 3020 32.00 -2.18
WetSeal 894 2.89 2.65 2.73 -.12
Weyerh 2435 66.10 64.91 65.81 +1.32
WheatR g 858 3.35 3.30 3.31 -.04
Whrdpl 734 63.03 62.08 62.89 +.43
WholeFd 950 102.62 100.78 102.52 +.87
WildOats 1666 7.29 659 7.12 -.13
WmsCos 5360 19.19 18.74 18.84 +.22
WillisGp 1104 38.93 38.35 38.80 +.26
WilsonGr 1138 17.98 16.69 17.63 +1.78
WinDix 5488 1.55 1.41 1.47 -.08
WrlssFac 1855 8.65 7.53 7.73 -.65
Wrkstream 1611 4.00 3.72 3.89 +12
WorldAir 1420 7.76 6.93 6.97 -.74
WrightEx n 982 17.55 17.26 17.54 +.29
Wyeth 4980 40.48 39.50 40.37 +.57
Wynn 799 74.40 7221 72.74 -.49

XL Cap 667 77.00 76.26 76.75 +.31
XM Sat 2134 33.52 32.53 32.62 -.63
XTO Egy s 4128 41.89 39.52 41.68 +2.18
XcelEngy 1033 18.11 17.85 17.86 -.24
Xerox 2019 1535 15.11 15.30 +.15
Xilinx 4582 2930 28.91 29.08 -.19
Xybrnaut 1562 .93 .88 .89 -.03
Yahoos 12314 33.98 3338 33.60 -.22
YankCdl 703 30.59 30.09 30.33 +.29
YellowRd 1416 57.55 56.95 57.48 +.40
YumBrds 1235 48.47 48.00 48.19 +.11
ZaleCps 1765 30.96 27.87 30.40 +3.45
Zimmer 1986 86.46 85.69 85.76 -.36


Vol. High Low Close Chg.
2176827 Ivernialoc 2.09 1.86 1.93 +.08
1056528 Jcoutu a 19.31 18.96 19.27 +.27
1915501 KetchResourcel5.05 14.45 14.94 +.48
1656686 Kinrossgld 7.74 7.61 7.64
1978145 Lionore 7.60 7.16 7.25 -.05
1244009 Manulife 58.40 57.95 58.25
6489238 Masonite I 42.00 41.75 41.93 +2.04
1267480 NAVENGYUN10.85 10.63 10.74 -.01
1127760 NorFinano .03 .02 .03 +.01
1505960 NorOriono 3.58 3.54 3.58 +.04
1302175 Noranda I 23.00 22.51 22.95 +.45
8186711 Nortel Net 3.77 3.69 3.71 -.06
1149101 Novelis 30.05 29.60 30.00 +.21
2341916 Peregrineo 3.41 3.20 3.40 +.30
1034779 PetroCCV 68.35 67.55 68.07 +.37
5697040 Petrofal o 4.16 3.56 4.16 +.53
1277696 PlacerDm 22.85 22.40 22.55 +.01
1208218 Royal Bnk 66.54 65.85 66.50 +.25
3963954 SaskWhthe .50 .48 .50 .
1994634 Sherrittlf 10.48 10.11 10.37 +.24
9614119 StAndrwo .13 .12 .12 -.01
3502441 Stelco A 3.20 2.75 3.00 +.50
2094944 Sun life 40.85 40.24 40.49 -.36
1069024 Suncor 47.03 46.18 46.856 +.81
2023000 Systech R .01 .01 .01 *
5424800 TVIPac o .14 .12 .14 +.02
1924754 TaheraDiamnd .47 .47 .47 -.01
940134 Talisman 42.21 40.85 42.00 +1.00
1584174 Teck B f 43.88 42.80 42.95 -.23
1471461 Teluscorp 38,60 37.75 38.05 +.12
1068515 ThomCor 44.99 44.35 44.60 -.38
1213740 TorDmBk 50.50 50.05 50.39 +.14
3058238 Uex C o 3.03 2.85 2.89 +.06
1885775 UtsEnergy 1.60 1.56 1.59
3362711 Viking u 7.18 7.07 7.12 -.12
1194808 ZarlinkS 2.34 2.21 2.31 +.04


Hubbell Inc .33 3-14
ellog GCo .251 3-1
Kite fal yGrpTr .187 4-5
Kronos Worldwide .25 3-10
MDU Resource Gr .18 3-10
MGE Enery Inc 3416 3-1
Monarch Cmly oncp .05 3-4
Mualler Inausones .10 3-1
Odyssey Re HldgsCp .0313 3-17
IP Gaoup .045 3-31
Precision C ar .0 34
PresidoentaoLile .10 3-16
Republic ancorp(MI) .11 3-11
SscoOCorp .15 4-1
TU or 5 3-4
Technical OlympicUSA .015 2-28
Thomas elson Inc .05 4-4
Warwick Tel Co .20 3-18
Zargon Energy g .14 2-28
MUTUAL FUNDS/EFTs
Algonquin Pwr Inco g M .066 2-28
Cornerstone StrVa M .087 3-15
Cornerstone S0Va M .087 4-15
Cornerstone StrVai .087 5-13
Cornerstone TmRtn .176 3-1
Cornerstone TRton .176 4-11
Cornersone TORtn .176 5-13
Diamonds Trmst .2377 2-23
versTustco g 067 2-28
verslTrStabelnco g .0625 2-28
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Ge Putn onoston M .023 2-17
Geo PutoBoston M .056 2-17
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PUtGIoIlncoTr C 6 .023
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The list includes the largest mutual funds supplied by
the National Association of Securities Dealers.
NAV is net asset value. Tkr is ticker symbol


Fund TIr. NAV Ch.
AARP0In0st
CapGr ACGFX 4326 +.03
GNMA AGNMX 15.18 -.02
Global ACOBX 27.28 +.15
Gthinc ACDGX 21.77 -.01
MgdMuni AMUBX 9.23 -.03
ABN AMRO Funds:
GrwthN CHTIX 22.17 -.01
M&CBalNSMOBAX 16.20 -.04
M&CGroN MCGFX 22.56 -.05
AIM Investments A:
Agrsvp AAGFX 10.18
BalAp AMBLX 25.29 +.04
BasValAp GTVLX 3235 +.10
BIChipAp ABCAX I1.49 -.01
ChartAp CHTRX 12.85 +.08
Const p CSTGX 22.53 +.03
DvMktA p GTDDX 14.83 +.06
EuroGrp AEDAX 30.66
IntGvA p AGOVX 8.95 -.01
IntlGmrow AIIEX 20.45 +.10
IntlISmall p IEGAX 17.05 +.05
MdCpCEq GTAGX 28.78 +.07
PmmEqty AVLFX 9.82 +.03
SmCGAp GTSAX 27.06 -.06
Sumitl SMMIX 10.94 +.03
WeingA p WEINX 12.80 -.03
AIM/InvestCn -tsB:
BasVrIBt GF.X 30.52 +.09
BlOChipBt ABCBX 10.90 -.01
ChartBt BCHTX 1233 +.07
EurGrBt AEDBX 29.24 *
HYIdB AHYBX 4.59
PromEqty AVLBX 9.10 +.03
AIM Investor Cl:
Dynm FIDYX 16.42 *
Energy FSTEX 3220 +.63
Gold&Prec FGLDX 3.68 -.02
HlthSci FHLSX 49.47 +.27
IntCEqt I1BCX 11.72 +.07
Tech FTCHX 24.20 -.04
AIM/INVESCOInvsb.:
CoreStk FIAX 10.58 *
AMF Funds:
AdjMtg ASARX 9.80
AegisValFd AVALX 18.02 -.02
Alger American:
Growth AAGOX 34.44 +.03
Alger Funds 0:
CapAprt ACAPX 7.81 +.01
LgCpGBt AFGPX 8.908
SmCapGrtALSCX 4.23 -.03
Alger Funds InstI:
MidCpGrI ALMRX 16.80 +.03
AllianceBern A:
AmGvlncAANAGX 7.51
BalanAp CABNX 1730 -.02
GISCpA p GSCAX 9.55
GlibTchAp ALTFX 53.74 -.05
GrIncA p CABDX 3.78 *
GrowthApAGRFX 32.72 -.17
HiYIdAp AHYAX 6.20 -.01
LgCpGrA pAPGAX 17.5 -.09
MMSAt AMMSX 5.70 -.01
MuFLAp AFLAX 1033 -.03
NEuropApANEAX 16.92 +.05
SmCpGrA QUASX 22.74 -.03
TMgBIWI pAGAX 11.19 -.02
USGovtApABUSX 7.06 -.02
AlianceBern Adv:
GrnlecAdv CBBYX 3.79
IntValAdv ABIYX 16.99 +.09
LgCpGrAd APGYX 18.09 -.09
AllianceBerm B:
BalanBt CABBX 16.47 -.01
EmMDbtBpAGDBX 6.73 -.05
GIbTchBt ATEBX 48.68 -.06
GrlncB p CBBDX 3.71 -.01
LgCpGrBtAPGBX 15.90 -.08
M6MS0Bt AMMBX 5.71 ..01
MuCA B p ALCBX 11.01 -.04
TMgBIWIpAGIBX 1120 -.02
AlllancBen C:
AmGvlncCANACX 7.53 -.01
GrIncC t CBBCX 3.72 -.01
IntValCt ABICX 16.62 +.09
LgCpGrCtAPGCX 15.94 -.08
USGovtC IABUCX 7.07 -.02
AmSouth Fds A:
Balance AOBLX 12.75 -.03
Amer AAdvant AMR:
LgCpAmr AAGAX 19.79 +.02
Amer AAdvant Inst
InUEqIns AAIEX 20.58 +.06
AmerAAdvant Pia:
SCpPlan AVPAX 19.62 -.03
Amer Cent 'Adv.
IncGrop AIADX 30.62 +.13
Ultrap TWUAX 28.30 -.05
Amer Century hIs:
Eqlndex ACQIX 4.0
Ultra TWU1IX. 28.96 -.05
Amer Century Inv:
EqGrol BEQGX 22.16 +.06
Eqlnc TWEIX 8.13 +.02
FLMuBnd ACBFX 10.6 -.03
GNMAI BGNMX 10.45 -.02
Gift TWGTX 15.63 *
GIGoldm r BGEX 11.71 -.08
GI Grwth TWGGX 7.79 +.01
Growth TWCGX 19.29 -.01
Hedritagel TWHIX 12.11 *
IncGm BIGRX 30.65 +.13
IntBnd BEGBX 1438 -.09
IntDiscr TWEGX 13.52 +.03
IntlGrol TWIEX 9.07 +.01
RealEstl REACX.24.06 -.19
SelectI TWCIX 37.17 -.05
SGov TWUSX 9.49
SmCpVI ASVIX 10.08
SmallCo ASQIX 10.23 -.02
StrAgg TWSAX 7.75 +.01
StrConv TWSCX 5.60 *
StrMod TWSMX 6.80
Tg2010 B0TNX 86.95 -32
Tg2020 BTTTX 55.69 -.64
Tech ATCIX 17.70 +.03
Ultra TWCUX 28.66 -.04
Util BULIX 12.41 -.07
Valuelnv TWVLX 738 +.02
Veedotr AMVIX 5.42 +.01
Vista TWCVX 14.84 *
Amer Express A:
DEI INDZ2X 1126 +.03
DivrBd INBNX 4.90 -.01
DvOppA INUTX 732 +.01
EqSel INVPX 12.62 +.01
EqValp IEVAX 10.28 +.02
Growth IIDX 26.29 +8.0
HiYIdBd iNEAX 2.96
HiYld INHYX 4.46 -.02
LgCpEqp ALEAX 5.04 +.01
MgdAlI p IMRFX 9.56 +.01
Mutual p INMUX 9.81 -.01
NwD INNDX 23.68 +.02
SDGovt IFINX 4.78 -.01
SmColndx ISAX 836 *
Stock p INS1TX 19.30 -.01
TE Bd INTAX 3.90 -.02
Thdlntli IGLGX 5.71 +.03
Thdilnti INIFX 730 +.01
Amer Express B:
DEI t 1DEBX 11.22 +.04
HiYdBd0 t IEIBX 2.95 -.01
NwDt INDBX 22.43 +.02
SDGovt 1SHOX 4.78 -.01
Amer Express Prtnr
InglSelVIp APIAX 832 +.04
SCpVIAp ASVAX 6.77 -.01
Amer Express Y:
NwD IDNYX 23.79 +.02
American RFnds A:
AmcpA p AMCPX 18.04 -.04
AMutA p 0AMRMX 2638 +.03
BalApx ABALX 17.87 -.10
BondAp ABNDX 13.60 -.03
CaplBAp CAIBX 53.10 -.08
CapWAp CWB0FX 19.81 -.09


FRnd Tkr. NAV OCh.
CapWGApCWGIX 3439 +.15
EupacAp AEPGX 36.17 +.23
FdlnvApx ANCFX 32.22 +.01
GovtAp AMUSX 13.66 -.04
GwthAp AGTHX 27.27 +.06
HITrAp AH0TX 12.61 *
HilnMunA AMHIX 15.55 -.03
IncoAp AMECX 18.56 +.01
IntBdAp AIBAX 13.65 -.03
ICAAp AIVSX 30.72 +.02
LtTEBAp LTEBX 15.45 -.03
NEcoA p ANEFX 20.45
N PerA p ANWPX 27.61 +.12
NwWrldA NEWFX 33.44 +.11
SmCpApSMCWX 31.66 +.17
TxExAp AFTEX 1255 -.03
WshAp AWSHX 30.70 +.03
American Funds B:
AmcpBt AMPBX 17.51 -.03
0BaBtx BAL8X 17.84 -.07
BondB t BFABX 13.60 -.03
CapBB t CIBX 53.10 -.08
CpWGrBtCWGBX 34.22 +.15
ErpacBt AEGBX 35.86 +.22
fdlnvBtE AFIBX 32.19 +.07
GrwthBt AGRX 26.48 +.065
HI8TrBt AHTBX 12.61 *
IncoBt IFA8X 16.47 +.01
ICABt AICBX 3058 +.02
NwPerspt NPFBX 27.25 +.12
SmCpBt SCWBX 30.73 +.15
WashBt WSHBX 30.52 +.04
Amerindo Funds:
Tech D ATCHX 7.81 +.01
AmrstckMF AMSTX 40.08 +.10
Ariel Mutual Fds:
Apprec CAAPX 46.45 -.02
Ariel ARGFX 52.79 -.07
Armada C1 I:
SCapVlp AMRIX 22.13 +.02
Artisan Funds:
Intl ARTIX 22.20 +.05
MidCap ARTM0 X 29.01 -.05
MidCapValARTQX 17.59 +.14
SCapVal ARTVX 17.70 +.09
Atlas Funds:
GvtSec ASGMVX 10.11 -.01
GroOpp ASGIX 22.32 -.04
Baron Funds:
Asset BARAX 53.13 -.10
Growth BGRFX 46.07 -20
SmCap BSCFX 22.19 -.10
Berkshire Funds:
Focus FOCX 6.28 -.01
Bernstein Fds:
IntDur SNIDX 13.41 -.04
Ca Mu SNCAX 14.36 -.05
DivMu SNDPX 14.19 -.05
NYMu SNNYX 14.03 -.04
TxMglntV SNIVX 22.77 +.09
IntVal2 51MTX 21.40 +.09
EmMkts SNEMX 37.33 +.37
Berwyn Funds:
Fond BERWX 29.04 -.01
Income BERIX 12.15 -.02
BjrmMCGp BMCFX 30.12 -.12
BlackRock A:
AuroraA SSRAX 39.47 +.02
HiYlnvA 8HYAX 8.33 -.01
Black ock Fds Bric
CoTeBirk CCBBX 9.75 -.02
LDrBIrk CLDBX 10.02 -.01
Bramwell Funds:
Growth p BRGRX 19.53 +.01
Brandywine Fds:
BlueFd BLUEX 27.88 +.08
Bmdywn BRWIX 27.39 +.17
Bridgeway Funds:
USCMkt BRSIX 16.92 -.07
BrwnmCI BCI51X 28.49 +.06
Buffalo Funds:
Balancd BUFBX 10.23
SmCap BUFSX 26.92 -.03
CDC Nvest Fds A:
HarLCVIA NEFOX 13.13 -.02
HarFocVI NR5AX 12.81 -.03
StarAdvA pNEFSX 1857 -.03
CDC Nvest Fds B:
StarAdvB pNESBX 16.69 -.03
CGM Funds:
CapDv LOMCX 30.96. +.26
Focus CGMFX 32.47 +.23
Realty CGMRX 31.61 -.28
CRM Funds:
MdCpVIl CRIMX 25.81 -.03
Colamos Funds:
ConvA p CCVIX 20.76 -.03
Gr&lncCt VTCX 29.65 +.05
Gr&lncAp CV0RX 29.49 +.05
GrwthA p CVGRX 51.29 -.16
GrowthB t CVGBX 53.07' -.17
GrowthC t CVGCX 49.38 -.15
Calvert Group:
Incop CFICX 17.15 -.04
SocEqAp CSIEX 33.72 +.07
TxF Lt CTFLX 10.61
Capstone:
Growth TRDFX 12.92 -.02
Causeway Inti:
Institutnir CIVIX 16.54 +.03
Jnvestorr CIVVX 16.47 +.03
Century Funds:
SharesTr CENSX 34.02 *
Cititeet Funds:
DivBond CDBFX 110.6 -.02
LgCoStk CLCFX 11.59
Citizens Funds:
CitCGSt WAIDX 19.16 -.01
CitEGrSt WAEGX 13.67 +.01
CitGbISt WAGEX 16.05 +.0
Clipper CFIMX 87.52 +.0
Cohen& Steers:
InstIRlty CSRIX 43.59 -30
RItyShrs CSRSX 66.83 -.56
SpecFocsil CSSPX 51.33 -.37
Columbia Class A:
Acorn t LACAX 25.86 +.05
FedSec CFSAX 10.70 -.04
Gr&lncA CFGAX 1832 +.02
HiYIdA COLHX 4.83 *
MdCapVI COLGX 26.67 +.03
StrlnA COSIX 6.34 -.01
TxEA p COLTX 13.74 -.07
Columbia Class B:
Acorn t LACBX 25.10 +.04
Gr&lncBt CFGBX 1721 +.02
Income t CIOBX 10.10 -.02
Columbia Class C:
Acornm t LIACX 25.09 +.04
Gr&lncC CFGDX 17.33 +.02
Columbia CI ,T&G:
DivlncoT GEQAX 11.82 +.01
Columbia Class Z:
AcornZ ACRNX 26.39 +.05
AcornmlntZ ACINX 30.29 +.01
AstAI GAATX 16.10 -.01
IntBdZ SRBFX 9.10 -.02
LargeCo ILCIX 27.69 +.02
MgdMZ SRMMX 9.03 -.04
MCpGthZ CLSPX 20.68 +.03
MdCpVI 1LSVSX 26.96 +.02
QltyPIBd GHQTX 10.86 -.03
SmCpZ SMCEX 108.60 -.01
SmCoEq GSETX 18.25 -.07
Columbia Funds:
GrowthZ CLMBX 27.97 *
HiYIdZ CMHYX &81 1
ReEsEqZ CREEX 25.71 -.15
Comstock Partmers:
CapVIA DRCVX 2.76 *
StrategyA CPFAX 3.23
StratOt CPSFX 3.15 L
CGCap MktiFds:
IntlEq TIEUX 10.61 +.02
LgGrwn TLGUX 11.73 -.02
LgVal TLVUX 11.09 +.01
Copley COPLX 43.35 -.15


Nomura Hidgs 1451 1430
NTT 458 462
Oki Elec 455 454
Olympus 2385 2365
Omron Corp 2435 2415
Pioneer 1886 1894
Ricoh 1958 1963
Sankyo 2345 2345
Sanyo 353 354
Sekisui 1146 1146
Sharp 1648 1650
Shiseido 1465 1461
Sony 3980 3970
Sumitomo Cp 929 929
Sumitomo Chm 548 548
Sumitomo Elc 1093 1093
Sumitomo Tst 711 711
TaiseiCp 388 388
Takeda 4950 4950
TDK 7510 7400
Teijin 420 427
Tokyo Elec 2520 2525
Toppan 1120 1112
Toray 477 476
Toshiba El 443 441
Toyota 4170 4120
Yamaha M 1764 1725
Yamanouchi 3700 3730
Yamoto 1640 1629
HONG KONG
(Hong Kong Dollar)
Bk0EastAsia 23.70 23.50
Cathay Pc 14.45 1435
Cheung Kong 23.50 23.40
China Light 44.70 44.50
Hang Lung Dev 12.05 11.95
HgSeng Bk 106.50 10550
HonkKElec 35.30 3520
HSBC Holdings 133.50 133.00
HutchnWhmp 71.00 7025
SunHang Kai 73.25 72.25
SwirePacf 6225 6225
Wharf Hold 2560 25.55
SYDNEY
(Australian Dollar)
Amcor 7.08 7.03
ANZ Bk 2124 2122
BlIP 17.94 17.93
Brambles 7.80 7.75
CC Amat &.14 8.18
CSR 2.42 2.47
Foster's 528 5.31
Hardne J 6.55 6.56
L Lease 1342 13.60
Leighton 1037 10.5


Fund Tkr. NAV Cho.
Credit Suisse Adv:
IntFocusp CUFAX 1230 +.06
Credit SuisseT i
SmCoGr WTSGX 14.89 -.02
DavisFundsA:
NYVenA NYVTX 31.17 -.01
Davis Funds B:
NYVenB NYVBX 29.88 -.01
Davis Funds C& Y:
NYVenY DNVYX 31.52 *
NWen C NYVCX 30.07 -.01
Delafield DEFIX 24.95 -.01
Delaware Invest A:
FLInsA VFUX 1132 -.03
IntEqA p DEGIX 17.19 +.07
LgCpVIA DELDX 18.60 +.02
TrendAp DELTX 20.02 +.01
TxPaA p DELIX 8.17 -.03
TxUSAp DMTFX 11.64 -.04
Delaware Invest B:
DelBIB DELBX 16.25 +.06
IntlEqBt DEIEX 17.07 +.07
SelGrBt DVEBX 20.02 -.09
Del-Pooled Trust:
EmgMkt DPEMX 15.50 +.03
IntlEq DPIEX 19.60 +.08
Dimensional Fds:
EmMktV DFEVX 20.26 +.18
IntSmVa DISVX 16.30 +.04
TM USSm DFTSX 20.87 -.02
USLgCo DFLCX 35.25 +.02
USLgVa DFLVX 20.10 +.05
USLgVa3 DFUVX 15.47 +.04
US Micro DFSCX 1 4.59 -.02
US Small DFSTX 19.02 -.03
USSmVa DFSVX 26.35 +.04
IntiSmCo DF1SX 15.05 +.02
EmgMkt DFEMX 17.40 +.08
Fixd DFIHX 10.180
IntVa DFIVX 16.73 +.07
GIb5Fxlnc DFGBX 10.54 -.02
LCapInt DFALX 18.14 +.07
TM USSV DTMVX 2336 *
TM IntVa DTMIX 14.60 +.05
TMMktwVDTMMX 13.76 +.03
2YGIFxd DFGFX 9.89 -.01
DFARIE DFREX 22.11 -.20
Diversild Inv Fds:
CoreBond DVGCX 12.60 -.03
EqGrw p DVEGX 180 -.04
Grolnc p DVGIX 19.03
Val&lnc DVEIX 24.60
Dodge&Cox:
Balanced ODBX 79.50 +.16
Income DODIX 12.90 -.02
IntlStk DODFX 31.60 +.05
Stock DODGX 130.30 +.54
Domini Soc Inv:
ISclEq DIEQX 17.40 -.04
SoclEq DSE6X 28.80 -.05
Dreyfus:
A Bond DRBDX 13.5 -.03
Apre DGAGX 39.40 +.21
BsicS&P DSPIX 24.98 +.01
Discp DDSTX 31.94 -.01
Dreyf DREVX 10.16 *
DryMidr PESPX 26.13 -.03
Dr5001nt PEOPX 35.03 +.02
EmgLd DRELX 43.20 -.02
FLIntr DFLIX 13.42 -.04
GNM p DRGMX 14.69 -.01
GNYt GNYMX 19.88 -.07
Grinc DGRIX 15.22 -.01
InterA r DITF 13.52 -.03
LrgCoVI DLCVX 21.10 -.05
LTGrR DLGRX 14.80 +.02
LTGrlnR DGRX 1559. -.01
MdcpVI r DMCVX 32.01 +.07
MunBd r DRTAX 11.91 -.04
NYTaxr DRNYX 14.97 -.05
NYTE r DRNIX 18.42 -.05
SmCoVal DSCVX 24.78 +.04
Dreyfus Founders:
DiscvFp FDISX 27.44 -.05
EqGrthF F0RMUX 4.85 -.01
Dreyfus Premier
CoreBdA DSIX 14.67 -.04
.CorVv p DCVIX 3032 -.07
EmgMktA DRFMX 20.24 +.05
FLMA SFLX 14.41 -.05
LgStkAp DRDEX 20.47 -.01
LtdHYdCp PTHIX 7.62
LtdHYdA p DPLTX 7.61 *
LtdHYdBp DLTBX 7.62 *
MAMA PSMAX 11.88 -.04
MIMuA PSMIX 15.37 -.06
MCpStkR DDMRX 19.70 -.03
MuBdA PTEBX 13.16 -.04
NwLdA DNLDX 44.60 +.11
TchGroA DTGRX 21.53 -.03
TechGmR DGVRX *
ThrdCnZ DRTHX 8.27
Eaton Vance Adv:
FItRatet EABLX 9.90 *
Eaton Vance CIA:
TMG1.0 CAPEX 527.86 +.41
ChinaAcp EVCGX 13.96 +.12
FloatRt EVBLX 1024
HIolAp ETHSX 10.03 +.03
InBosA EVIBX 6.57
LGCpVal EHSTX 17.12 +.01
NatlMun EANAX 11.19 -.03
TMGI.1 ETTGX 22.42 +.02
TradGvA EVGOX 8.75 -.01
Eaton Vance CI B:
AZMBt EVAZ.X 10.90 -.04
Chinact EMCGX 12.18 +.10
FLMB t EVFLX 10.95 -.03
HilncB t EVHIX 5.31 *
HIYMBt EVHYX 10.09 -.01
NYMBt EVNYX 11.73 -.03
NCMBt EVNCX 10.12 -.04
StrlncBt EVSGX 7.72 +.01
TMGI.lt EMTGX 2128 +.01
Eaton Vance ClC:
FloatRt t ECBLX 9.90
TMGI.l1p ECTGXO 20.41 +.01
TMSGI.13tECMGX 9.65 +.02
Empire Builder
TFBond EMBTX 17.80 -.03
EndowGI ENDIX 14.84 +.01
Enterprise C IA:
GwthAp ENGRX 1637 -.03
MitCpAp EMCAX 721 -.02
Technly EIFAX 837 +.02
Enterprise Cl B:
MItCpB p EMCBX 7.00 -.01
Technly EIFBX 8.13 +.02
Enterprise CI C:
CapApC p ENACX 30.78 -.14
Technly FIFCX 8.12 +.01
Evergreen A:
AggGrA EAGAX 16.75 +.01
AstAll p EAAFX 13.76 +.04
AdjRateA ESAAX 938 *
FLMunA EFMAX 9.42 -.03
HiYldA EKHAX 3.50 *
IntlEqA EKZAX 9.07 -.02
MunBdA EKEAX 7.53 -.03
OmegA EKOAX 2433 +.01
PrcMIItA EKWAX 32.84 -.17
SpValuA p ESPAX 2755 -.03
LtilityA EVUAX 10.85 -.02
Evergreen B:
AggGrOB EAGBX 15.15 *
AstAIIBt EABFX 13.62 +.03
B]uChpB t EKNBX 23.83 -.03
EqlncB ETRBX 23.21 +.04
EqlndBp ESIOX 44.70 +.03
FLHiBp EFHBX 10.17 -.03
HiYldB t EKHBX 3.50 *
LgCoGBt EKJBX 5.89 +.02
OmegBt EKOBX 21.64 +.01
PrcMtIB t EKWBX 31.60 -.17
StrlncB r EKSBX 6.73 -.01
TxStraBp ETSBX 16.22 -.01
UtilityBt EVUBX 10.85 -.02
Evergreen C:
AdjRateC t ESACX 9.38
AstAIIC t EACFX 13.41 +.04
OmegaCt EKOCX 21.70 +.02
Evergreen I:
CorBdl ESBIX 10.68 -.03
AdjRatel EKIZX 9.308
Growth EGRYX 17.84 -.03
IntlEqI EKZYX 9.13 -.02
LgCpEql EVSYX 14.92 +.01
ShtlntBd ESFIX 6.09 -.02
SpecVal ESPIX 27.67 -.03
StrGrol ESGIX 25.53 -.01
StrVal ESSIX 23.84 +.08
Excelsior Funds:


Mayne N 4.55 4.53
Nat Aust 29.54 29.60
News Corp 22.25 22.30
Qantas 3.50 3.58
Santos 8.85 8.78
Westpac 19.24 19.19
Woodside 21.50 21.80
LONDON
(British Pence unless marked)
Allied Dom 535.00 533.00
Amvescap 358.50 359.75
AstraZeneca 2075.00 2070.00
Aviva 655.00 651.50
BAA 626.00 631.00
Barclays 614.00 608.50
B.A.T. 970.00 977.00
BG 398.00 397.25
Boc Group 1006.00 1011.00
Boots 692.50 691.50
Brit Air 271.50 277.75
BSkyB 577.00 581.50
BPPLC 555.00 557.50
Brit Tel 210.25 215.25
Cable 130.25 131.25
CaddySchw 511.50 509.00
Centrica 250.00 248.75
Colt Tel 61.50 59.50
Daily Mail 764.00 760.00
Diageo 752.00 740.00
EMI Group 23550 238.00
Glaxo 1241.00 1241.00
HBOS 874.00 873.00
HSBC Holding 900.00 901.00
ICI 277.00 278.75
Impi Tobacco 1436.00 1431.00
Kingfisher 295.00 295.00
Land Sec 1456.001442.00
Leg & Gen 119.00 11750
Uoyds 509.00 507.50
Logica 181.50 18225
Marconi 575.00 580.00
Marks 37125 367.75
P&0 31125 31025
Prudentl 46725 468.00
Reed Intl 53450 533.50
Reuters 416.50 421.75
Rio Tinto 1747.001738.00
Rolls Royce 26125 26450
Royal Sun All 87.25 87.50
Ryl Bk of Scot 1826.00 1817.00
Salnsby 300.50 302.00
Shell 487.50 485.00
Std Chart Bk 1000.00 983.00
Tesco 310.50 311.50
31 Group 709.00 714.50


Fund Tkr. NAY Chg.
ValRestr UMBIX 42.05 -.01
FAM Funds:
Value FAMVX 46.39
FBR Funds:
SmCap FBRVX 41.74 -.17
FMI Funds:
Focus FMIOX 33.63 +.02
FPA Funds:
Capit FPPTX 40.80 +.26
Nwinc FPNIX 11.19
FPACres FPACX 24.09 +.13
Federated A:
AmLdrA FALDX 24.85 +.01
CapApA FEDEX 2539 +.03
HilnBdA FHIIX 82 *
KaufmA p KAUAX 5.30
MktOpAp FMAAX 13.15 +.01
US GvtA FUSGX 7.85 -.01
Federated B:
ALdrBt FALBX 24.08 +.01
FdTcB p FCTEX 4.94
HilnBBt t FHBBX 8.22
KaTfmB p KAUBX 5.19 -.01
Federated Instll:
Gov2-51 FIGTX 11.20 -.03
Hi Yld FHYTX 6.23
Kaufmn KAUFX 5.30 -.01
MidCap FMDCX 20.99 -.02
StockTr FSTKX 37.06 -.04
Fidelity Adv Fec A:
HIthCrAr FACDX 20.55 +.20
Fidelity Adv Fc T:
FinSvcT FAFSX 22.40 -.25
HItCarT FACTX 20.18 +.20
NatResT FAGNX 36.108 +57
TechT FATEX 14.88 -.01
TIUtiGTt FAUFX 13.68 -.06
Fidelity Advisor A:
DivlntlAr FDVAX 18.93 +.05
EqGrAt EPGAX 44.63 +.05
EqlnAp FEIAX 28.12 +.03
MdCpAp FMCDX 23.94 +.01
Fidelity Advisor B:
EqGrO EPGBX 42.24 +.04
GrolncB FGISX 15.91 -.05
MidCpB p FMCBX 23.21 +.01
Fidelity Advisor I:
Divlnnt FDVIX 19.14 +.05
OivGthl FDGIX 11.72 +.02
EqGrl EQPGX 47.12 +.05
Eqlnl EQPIX 28.78 +.03
Fidelity Advisor T:
BolancT FAIGX 16.16 -.05
DivlntTp FADIX 18.79 +.04
DivGrTp FDGTX 11.56 +.02
EMklnT FAEMX 11.94 -.05
EqGrTp FAEGX 44.79 +.04
EqinT FEIRX 28.44 +.03
GrolncT FGITX 16.31 -.06
GrOppT FAGOX 30.08 -.07
HilnAdT p FAHYX 10.03 *
MidCpTp FMCAX 24.12 +.01
OvrseaT FAEBX 17.72 +.08
SmICpT p FSCTX 24.25 *
StrinT FSIAX 11.81 -.03
ValStraT FASPX 34.53 -.06
Fidelity Freedom:
FF2000 FFFBX 12.08 -.01
FF2010 FFFCX 13.61 -.01
FF2020 FFFDX 13.92 -.01
FF2030 FFFEX 14.04 *
FF2040 FFFFX 8.24
FF2015 FFVFX 11.02 -.01
Income FFFAX 11.27 -.01
Fidelity Invest
AggrGrr FDEGX 16.22 +.02
A Mgr FASMX 16.15 +.01
AMgrGr FASGX 14.70 +.02
AMgrIn FASIX 12.69 +.01
Balanc FBALX 17.96 -.01
BlueChGr FBGRX 40.96 '
Canada FICDX 34.97 +.06
CapAp FDCAX 25.32 -.01
Cplnc r FAGIX 8.53 *
ChinaRg FHKCX 17.12 +.14
Contra FCNTX 57.31 -.01
CnvSc FCVSX 21.190
Destl FDESX 12.64 -.01
Destl FDETX 11.30 -.04
DisEq FDEQX 25.74 +.03
Discovery FDSVX 10.70 -.03
Divniln FDIVX 29.04 +.08
DivGth FDGFX 28.14 +.06
EmrMk FEMKX 13.68 +.08
Eqinc FEQIX 52.72 +.05
EQII FEQTX 23.60 -.02
Europe FIEUX 35.03 -.01
Export FEXPX 19.95 +.03
Fidel FFIDX 29.76 -.04
Fifty r FFTYX 20.26 -.05
FItRateHi r FFRHX 10.00
FrInOne FFNOX 25.06 +.01
GNMA FGMNX 11.08 -.02
Govtlnc FGOVX 10.22 -.03
GroCo FDGRX 54.41 -.02
Grolic FGRIX 37.77 -.05
Highlncr SPHIX 9.08 -.01
Indepn FDFFX 17.60 -.04
InPoBd FINPX 11.41 -.02
IntBd FTHRX 10.48 -.02
IntGov FSTGX 10.18 -.02
IntlOisc FIGRX 28.55 +.03
IntlSCpr FISMX 24.64 +.05
InvGB FBNDX 7.54 -.02
Japan FJPNX 12.60 +.05
JpASm FJSCX 12.43 -.01
LargCap F.CSX 14.41 0
LevCoStk FLVCX 23.83 +.17
LowPr FLPSX 40.27 -.01
Magelln FMAGX 103.30 *
MidCap FMCSX 23.16 +.05
MtgSec FMSFX 11.23 -.02
NwMktr FNMIX 14.14 -.06
NwMill FMILX 30.99 -.02
Nordic FNORX 27.82 -.12
OTC FOCPX 33.26 +.02
Ovrsea FOSFX 35.38 +.17
FPurtn FPURX 1.96 -.01
RealE FRESX 28.77 -.28
STBF FSHBX 8.95 -.01
SmCapInd FDSCX 19.74 -.03
SmIICpS r FSLCX 17.90 -.06
StkSIc FDSSX 22.85 +.02
Stratinc FSICX 10.69 -.03
Trend FTRNX 53.36 +.03
USBI FBIDX 11.13 -.03
UlShBd r FUSFX 10.04 *
Utility FIUIX 13.058 -.02
ValStrat FSLSX 36.01 -.07
Value FDVLX 72.25 +.02
Wridw FWWFX 18.31 +.07
Fidelity Selects:
Air FSAIX 33.26 -.12
Banking FSRBX 38.01 -.36
Blotch FBI1OX 54.10 -.01
Bmokr FSLBX 54.97 -50
Chem FSCHX 69.72 +.25
Comp FDCPX 34.41 +.05
DfAer FS5DAX 66.79 -24
DvCm FSDCX 17.80 -.11
Electr FSELX 3030 +.13
Enrgy FSENX 37.26 +.62
EngSv FSESX 48.29 +.93
FinSv FIOSX 115.02 -1.27
Gold r FSAGX 26.86 -.04
Health FSPHX 127.78 +1.29
HomF FSVLX 59.26 -.85
InEqp F5CGX 26.52 +.02
lndMt FSDPX 39.93 +.41
.Insur FSPCX 62.58 -.13
MedDI FS5HCX 46.50 *
MdEqSys FSMEX 23.76 +.01
Multrmd FBMPX 43.93 -.11
NtGas FSNGX 3351 +.73
,Paper FSPFX 31.67 +.29
SRetail FSRPX 50.71 -.12
Softwr FSCSX 47.84 -.15
Tech FSPTX 57.43 -.01
Telcm FSTCX 34.67 +.03
Trans FSRFX 41.21 +.22
Fidelity Spartan:
Eqldx FUSEX 42.59 +.03
ExtMkln FSEMX 31.36 -.05
5001n r FSMKX 02.85 +.06
FLMur FFLIX 11.72 -.05
Govin SPGVX 11.04 -.03
IntmMu FLTMX 10.12 -.04
Intlln FSIIX 32.38 +.09
InvGrBd FSIBX 10.67 -.03
MAMun FOMMX 12.17 -.02
Munilnc FHIGX 13.08 -.06
NJMunr FNJHX 11.75 -.06
NYMun FTFMX 13.10 -.05
PAMun r FPXTX 11.02 -.05
5tlntMu FSTFX 10.31 -.03


Unt Bus Media 545.50 553.
Unilever 505.75 502.
Whitbread 927.00 922.
Yell Group 47425 475.
JOHANNESBURG
(So African Rand)
Anglo Am PLC 151.01 150.
FRANKFURT
(Euro)
Adidas-Salomon114.76 114.
Allianz-Hold 92.81 94.
BASF 56.77 56.
Bayer 26.75 26.
BMW 32.62 32.
Commrzbnk 16.92 16.
DaimlChrysler 35.46 35.
Degussa 33.55 33.
Deutsche Bank 66.71 67.
Deutsch Tele 15.99 16.
E. ON4AG 7050 71.
Epcos 10.06 10.
Fresen Med Care 65.27 65.
Henkel 71.48 70.
Karstadt 9.19 8.
ULinde 52.44 51.
Lufthansa 10.73 10.
Man 32.72 31.
Munch Rvrs 9050 91.
Porsche 52150 526.
RWE 47.38 47.
SAP 122.00 122.
Schering 53.66 53.
Siemens 60.01 60.
Thyssen Hu 17.30 17.
TUI 18.62 18.
Volkswagen 37.91 38.
Wella 80.06 80.
BRUSSELS
(Euro)
Bekaert 60.70 62.
Dexia 17.94 18.
D'leteren 166.10 168.
Electeabel 34730 351.
GBL 6925 68.
Intbev 28.90 29.
KBC 62.50 62.
Solvay ,8700 87.
MILAN
(Euro)
Acea 9.18 9.
Alitalia 025 0.
Alleanza 1029 10.
Autostrade 21.97 22.
Banca Fideuram 4.24 4.


Rand Tkr. NAV Chi.
TotMkUtn FSTMX 32.80 +.01
Fifth Thidrd Inst
QualGr FQGIX 15.16 -.07
First Amer Fds Y:
CoreBd FRIX 1132 -.02
Eqinc p FAQIX 13.72 +.02
EqIdxlp FEIIX 22.50 +.02
IntBd RNIX 10.10 -.02
Intl FAICX 11.65 +.07
LgCpGrOp FIGWX 2757 -.01
LgCpVal p FSKIX 19.14
MCpGrOp FISGX 4027 -.02
STBnd FLTIX 10.03 -.01
5mCpSel ARSTX 1531 -.03
First Eagle:
GIbIA SGENX 39.48 +.08
OverseasASGOVX 22.43 +.04
SGenGIdpSGGDX 16.14 +.02
First Investors A
TxExAp FRTAX 1025 -.04
Firsthand Funds:
eCommpr TEFQX 2.96 +.01
GIbTech GTFQX 3.95 +.01
Techlnnv TIFQX 9.26 -.01
Tech lead TLFQX 1627 -.03
TechVal TVFQX 2731 +.03
Forward Funds:
HoovSCap FFSCX 18.00 -.03
Frank/Temp Frnk A:
AGEAp AGEFX 2.17 *
Ballnvp FRBSX 58.35 +.07
BioDsA p FBDIX 49.55 -.12
CallnsApx FRCIX 12.78 -.05
CapGrA FKREX 10.64 -.03
blTF Ax FPRTX 12.01 -.05
FOdTFAp FKTIX 1221 -.04
FlICpGrA FKCGX 37.11 -.07
FLTFA p FRFLX 12.03 -.05
FoundAlp FFALX 12.35 +.03
GrnvthA p FKGRX 33.14 +.05
HYTFA p FRHIX 10.82 -.03
IncomA p FKINX 2.50
InsTFApx FTFIX 12.44 -.05
MATFA px FMISX 12.01 -.03
NYInsAp FRNYX 11.72 -.04
NYTFA p FNYTX 11.95 -.05
RisDvAp FRDPX 31.92 +.02
SmCG2A p0FSGRX 11.58 -.02
SMCpGrA FRSGX 33.74 -.04
Stratlnc p FRSTX 10.56 -.01
USGovAp FKUSX 6.64 -.01
UtilsA p FKUTX 11.32 -.13
Frank/lTimp Frnk Adv:
FdTFAdv FAFTX 12.22 -.04
IncmeAd FRIAX 2.49 +.01
Frank/Temp RFnk B:
IncomeBt FBICX 2.49
Frank/Temp Frnk C:
FoundAlp FFACX 12.28 +.02
IncomCt FC15X 2.51 *
SMCpGrC pFRIX 32.18 -.04
Frank/Temp Mtl A&B:
BeacnA TEBIX 15.97 +.02
DiscA TEDIX 24.42 +.06
EuropAp TEMIX 20.00 +.05
FinSvcA p TFSIX 20.47 *
SharesA TISIX 23.05 +.02
SharesB pFMUBX 22.59 +.01
Frank/Temp Mtl C:
DiscC t TEDSX 2429 +.05
SharesCt TEMTX 22.85 +.01
Frank/Temp Temp A:
CapAcc TECAX 13.78 +.01
DvMktAp TEDMX 19.32 +.09
ForgnAp TEMFX 12.45 +.03
GIBdAp TPINX 10.93 -.01
GISCoAp TEMGX 9.48
GrwthAp TEPLX 23.12 +.05
WorldA p TEMWX 18.06 +.05
Frank/Temp Imrp Adv:
FrgnAv TFFAX 12.42 +.03
GrthAv TGADX 23.13 +.05
Rank/Temp TImp B&C:
FurgonCp TEFTX 1230 +.03
GrwthCp TEGTX 22.65 +.05
GE Eltfun S&S:
S&S nc GESLX 1152 -.03
S&S PM GESSX 44.91 +.07
TaxEx ELFFX 11.95 -.04
Trusts ELFNX 53.46 -.01
GMO Trust It:
Foreign GMFRX 15.03 +.05
GMO Trust III:
CurHIntBdGMHBX 9.62 -.04
CorePIBd GUGAX 10.41 -.01
DmBd GMDBX 9.88 -.03
EmMknr GMOEX 1829 +.17
ECD GMCDX 11.07 -.04
For GMOFX 15.08 +.05
IntlGrwth GIX 26.93 +.14
InflonBd GMIIX 11.60 -.01
IntIntrVI GMOIX 28.96 +.14
IntSmn GMISX 17.50 +.09
US Core GMCTX 14.18 +.07
GMO Trust IV:
EmCnDt GMDFX 11.07 -.04
EmrMkt GMEFX 1825 +.16
Foreign GMFFX 15.09 +.06
IntlltrVI GMCFX 28.95 +.15
US Core GMRFX 14.16 +.07
USQualEq GQEFX 20.13 +21
GMO Trust VI:
EmMkVI rGEMMX 18.26 +.6
USCorV l GUCRX 14.16 +.07
Gabelli Funds:
ABC p GABCX 9.90 +.01
Asset GABAX 41.37 '
Eqlncp GABEX 18.07 4+.03
GIGrwth GICPX 18.15 +.02
GIConv GAGCX 6.09 +.01
GIOppp GABOX 13.79 +.03
GITel GABTX 17.04 +.04
Gwth GABGX 25.08 +.01
Mathers MATRX 10.46 *
Value t GABVX 19.39 -.02
Gartmoro Fds D:
NationwD MUIFX 20.32 +
Gartmore Fds Insti:
Intldx I GIXIX 8.44 +.04
NwBdIdxl GBXIX 11.03 -.04
S&P5001nsGRMIX 10.38+.01
Gateway Funds:
Gateway GATEX 24.60 +.03
Glenmede Funds:
Intl GTCIX 18.95 +.02
Goldman Sachs A:
CapGrA GSCGX 19.39 -.08
GrIncA GSGRX 25.26 *
GrOppsA GGOAX 21.30 -.02
HiYieldA GSHAX 824 -.01
HYMuAp GHYAX 11.09 -.03
MdCVAp GCMAX 33.81 +.02
SmCapA GSSMX 41.60 -.07
Goldman Sachs B:
CapGrB p G5CBX 18.08 -.07
Grlncp GSGBX 24.59 *
HiYldBp GSHBX 825 -.01
Goldman Sachs C:
CapGrC GSPCX 18.05 -.07
Goldman Sachs lnst:
CoreFxd GSFIX 10.10 -.03
Hifield GSHIX 826 *
HYMuni GHYIX 11.09 -.03
MidCapV GSMCX 34.01 +.03
UltraSDG GSARX 933 *
Grand Prix Funds:
GrPnxAp GPFFX 723 +.02
GnnCntB/p GCBLX 15.73 -.12
Guardian Fends:
ParkA A GPAFX 30.95 -.05
ParkAvBt GUPBX 29.61 -.06
Stock GUSFX 28.04 -.05
Harbor Funds:
Bond HABDX 11.85 -.02
CapAplnstHACAX 27.69 -.06
Intlr HAINX 43.54 +.17
SmCpGr HASGX 12.39 -.04
SCpVlInst HASCX 18.65 -.05
Hartford F is A:
AdvrsAp ITAX 15.12
CpAppAp ITHAX 34.21 +.12
DivGthAp IHGIX 180.95 +.07
MidCpAp0HFMCX 24.67 +.01
StkAp IHSTX 17.76 +.03
Hartford rds B:
CpAppBp IHCAX 31.93 +.11
Hartford Fds C:
CapApCt HCACX 32.00 +.11
Hartford HLI5A:
Bond HIABX 12.01 -.02
CapApp HIACX 53.46 +.17
Div&Gr HIADX 20.87 +.07
GIblLdrs HIALX 17.85 +.04

Ban Naz Lav 2.07
Benetton 9.48
Fiat 5.93
Generabi s] 2529 ;
- Mediohanca 13.03
0AS 17.74
Saipem 1023
- San PaotosMI 11.21
75 Telecom It Mob 5.27
75 PARIS
00 (Euro)
00 AirLiquide 135.10 1:
Alcatel 9.51
AXA 19.49 :
020 BNPlariban 55.40 !
Bouygues 32.68 0
Cap Gemini 25.69 ;
45 Carrefour 39.99
22 Euro Disney 0.13
.30 Michelin 54.45 I
42 Lafarge 80.00 '
70 Lagardere SCA 61.90 1
.6 L'Oreal 5995 !
40 LVMH 5720 !
30 Pernod 009.70 11
.40 Peugeot 5120 !
12 Pinault-Prin 8355 1
15 Saint-Gobain 48.11
.05 SocieteGen 80.65 I
05 Suez 21.17 ;
96 Thom-CSF 2037 ;
43 Total 176.30 1;
12 Vivendi 24.45 ;
93 ZURICH
91 (Swiss Franc)
33 ABB Reg 7.16
80 Adecco 63.45 I
46 Baloise 60.10 !
98 Ciba Spec Chm 82.50 1
27 Credit Suisse 51.25 !
17 Holcim Limited 78.40 ;
23 JuliusuBaer 421.75 4;
88 Nestle Reg 314.75 3:
02 Novartis Reg 5730 !


06 Richemont 38.00 "
Roche dv rt 121.70 1:
Roche Ordinary 146.60 14
60 SaurerTwin 77.50 1
00 SGS Surveil 874.50 81
00 Swatch Reg 32.00 :
50 Swiss Reins 82.75 1
15 UBS 102.50 11
05 Zurich Fin 213.00 2]
80 AMSTERDAM
80 (Euro)
ABN Amro 21.16 2
Aegon 10.27 ]
53 Ahold 7.02
25 Akzo 34.51 1
23 DSM 54.30
84 Elsevier 11.38 1
28 Hagemeyer 222
Heineken 26.38 2


Rind Tkr. NAV Chin.
Grwth&lnc HIAGX 117 "
GrwthOpp HAGOX 26.75
Advisers HADAX 23.12 +.01
Stock HSTAX 45.81 +.07
Index HIAIX 31.95 +.02
IntlOpp HIAOX 11.86 +.04
MidCap HIMCX 28.89 +.02
MidCpVal HMVIX 13.99
SmallCo HIASX 15.75
Hartford HLS IB:
Advisors p HAIBX 2324 +.01
Bond p HBNBX 11.91 -.03
CapAppp HIBCX 53.20 +.17
Div&Gro pHDGBX 20.80 +.07
Stock p HIBSX 45.66 +.07
Heartland Rs:
Value HRTVX 48.00 +.04
Hennessy Funds:
CorGrow HFCGX 19.09 +.02
Heritage Funds:
Gr&lncA HRCVX 13.26 +.05
HiYIdAp HRIDX 8.01 -1
SCapA p HRSCX 32.62 -.10
Hotchls & Wiles
LgCpVIApHWLAX 2234 -.05
MCpVIA pHWMAX 27.14 -.06
MidCpVal HWMIX 27.25 -.05
HussmnStrSrHSGFX 15.47 +.03
ICAP Funds:
Equity ICAEX 44.4 +.12
ItPSCo i ICSCX 35.77 -.09
ING Funds CI A:
CorpLdrA LEXCX 18.75 +.16
HiYIdA p IHYAX 9.09 *
IntValAp NIVAX 17.66
RussiaAp LETRX 25.19 +.10
ING Funds CI0B:
IntlSGB p NAPBX 35.49 +.11
ING Funds Ci C:
IntValC p NIVCX 17.34
ING Partners:
TRPGrEql ITGIX 48.79 -.05
ING T,M,Q&:
IntISCGQ NAGUX 36.81 +.11
IntVall NIIVX 17.67 +.01
ISI Finds:
NoAmp NOAMX 7.41 -.03
Ivy Funds:
CoreEqCtWTRCX 8.74 +.04
CoreEqBtWCEBX 8.69 +.04
JPMorgan A Class:
MCpVal p JAMCX 22.31
MdCpGr r VHIAX 5.73
IP Morgan Insti:
MdCpVal FLMVX 22.58 +.01
JPMorgan Select
Bond Ii VBOIX 40.52 -.09
FllntEq VS1EX 30.12 +.16
IntmdTF VSITX 100.8 -.02
SmCapEq VSSCX 42.36 -.08
TxAwEq JPTAX 17.00 -.02
Janus:
Balanced JABAX 21.09 -.01
Contrarian JSVAX 13.02 -.04
CoreEq JAEIX 20.05 -.01
Enterpr JAENX 37.27 -.03
FedTE JATEX 7.06 -.02
Flxlnc JAR X 9.68 -.03
Fund JANSX 24.02 -.03
GI LifeSci r JAGX 1.7.49 +.02
GlibOpp JGVAX 14.26 4.01
GITech r JAGTX 10.30 +.02
Grlnc JAGIX 32.08 +.03
Mercury JAMRX 20.95 -.01
MdCpVal IMCVX 21.96 +.04
Olympus JAOLX 27.84 -.06
Orion JORNX 7.01 +.01
Ovrseasr JAOSX 24.801 +.24
SCVInst J5iVX 29.78 +.02
SCVInv JSCVX 29.62 +.02
Twenty JAVLX 41.64 -.11
Ventur JAVTX 56.99 -.31
WridW r JAWWX 41.24 +.11
Janus Adv I Shrs:
CapAppr JARTX 24.44 -.09
Janus Aspen lnstl:
Balanced JABLX 24.21 -.02
Growth JAGRX 19.65 -.02
MCpGr JAAGX 25.66 -.02
WdrdwGr JAWGX 26.64 +.07
JapanFd SJPNX 10.36 +.03
JennisonDryden A:
FlorldaA PFLAX 10.28 -.04
GIbTotRtA GTRAX 7.39 -.02
GovlncA PGVAX 9.08 -.03
GrowthA PJFAX 13.73 -.03
HiYldA p PBHAX 5.92 *
STCrpBdAPBSMX 11.14 -.02
TechA PTYAX 6.88 +.02
UtilityA PRUAX 12.18 -.01
JennisonDryden B:
NJerseyB PBNJX 10.99 -.04
NewYorkB PBNYX 11.68 -.04
JennisonDryden C:
Gmwthc PJFCX 12.69 -.04
TechC PTYCX 6.59 +.02
JennisonDryden Z&I:
GrowthZ PJFZX 14.07 -.04
Stkldxl PDSIX 26.80 +.02
StkldxZ PSIFX 26.79 +.02
Jensen JENSX 24.22 -.01
John Hancock A:
BondAp JHNBX 1533 -.04
ClassicVlpPZFVX 22.67 -.02
HSciA JHGRX 45.15 +.04
LCpSelp MSBFX 18.19 +.03
RgBkA FRBAX 40.75 -35
SmCpEqA PVAX 18.89 -.01
SvlnvAp SOVIX 19.48 -.01
StrInAp JHFIX 7.09 -.01
USGIbLdr USGLX 27.29 -.04
John Hancock B:
FnindBp FIDBX 17.63 -.016
RgBkBt FRBFX 40.37 -.35
John Hancock C:
HlYdC p JHYCX 5.26 *
Julius Baer Funds:
IntlEqA JBIBX 32.31 +.13
IntlEql r 11JEIX 32.87 +.13
Kinetics Funds:
Internet WWWFX 2335 +.05
IntEmGr WWWEX 4.42 -.01
Medical MEDRX 16.23 +.06
Kobren Insight:
Growth ff KOGRX 13.94 -.06
Laudus Funds:
US SmCp USCIX 13.76 +.01
Lazard InstI:
EmgMktl 12EMX 14.87 +.07
IntlEqlns LZIEX 13.01 +.04
Legg Mason: RI
OpporTrt LMOPX 14.54 +.03
Splnvp LMASX 44.32 -.10
Valirp LMVTX 62.66 +.05
Legg Mason Instl:
Va7rl p LMVFX 67.54 +.06
Varilnst LMNVX 680.40 +.06
Longleaf Partners:
Partners LLPFX 31.29 +.01
Intl LLINX 15.74 +.02
SmCap LLSCX 29.39 -.02
Loomis Sayles:
CorBdA NEFRX 11.66 -.02
LSBondl LSBDX 13.86 -.03
Lord Abbett A:
AffIlAp LAFFX 14.63 +.07
AIlValA LDFVX 11.93 +.05
Balancer LABFX 11.55 +.03
BdDebA p LBNDX 8.15 +.01
GvScAp LAGVX 2.62 -.01
MidCpAp LAVLX 21.93 +.05
RsSmCA LRSCX 27.41 +.03
TaxFrAp LANSX 11.60 -.06
TFFLA p LAFLX 4.82 -.02
TxNYAp LANYX 11.44 -.05
Lord Abbett B:.
AffildB p LAFBX 14.68 +.08
BdDbBp LBNBX 8.15 *
MIdCpV p LMCBX 21.27 +.06
Lord Abbett C:
AfflldCp LAFCX 14.60 +.07
BdDbCp BDLAX 8.16 +.01
MdCVCp LMCCX 21.20 +.05
Lord AbbettY:
AffY AFYX 14.60 +.07
MFS Funds A:
MITAp MITIx 17.20 -.04
MIGAp MIGFX 12.02 -.03
BondAp MFBFX 13.14 -.05
CapOpp MCOFX 12.98 +.01
EmGA p MFEGX 31.0 1 -.02
GITotAp MFWTX 14.39


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GvScAp MFGSX 9.70 -.02
HilnA p MHITX 4.02 *
IntNwDApMIDAX 21.4 +.03
MCapA p OTCAX 857 -.02
MuBdA MMBFX 10.80 -.04
MuHiA MMHYX 838 -.02
MFLAp MFFLX 10.20 -.04
NewDAt MNDAX 15.66 -.02
RschA p MFRFX 20.16 -.02
RelnAp MRSAX 15.93 +.05
StValAp MSVTX 15.73 +.07
TotRA p MSFRX 15.94 *
UtilAp MMUFX 11.21 -.05
ValueA p MEIAX 2339 +.07
MFS FRnds B:
MA ITB MiTBX 16.83 -.03
CapOpB MCOBX 11.99 +.02
EmGBt MEGBX 28.74 -.03
MIGB MMIGX 11.04 -.03
GITotB MFWBX 14.56 .
MCapB OTCBX 6.18 -.02
RschB MFRBX 18 94 -.03
TotRBt MTRBX 15.94 *
UtilB MMUBX 11.18 -.04
ValueB MFEBX 2325 +.06
MFS Funds C:
MIGC MIGDX 10.99 -.03
TotRCt MTRCX 16.00B *
ValueCt MEICX 23.23 +.06
MFS Funds I:
Value MEIIX 23.48 +.07
MFS Funds InstI:
IrtlEq MIEIX 15.91 +.05
MMA Praxis:
CoreStkBMMPGX 13.42 +.04
IntmlncB MMPIX 9.94 -.03
IntiB p MMPNX 10.69 -.01
MainStay Funds A:
HiYIdBA MHCAX 6.2 -.01
MainStay Funds B:
CapApB t MCSCX 26.38 -.05
HYIdBB t MKHCX 6.50 -.01
TotRtBn t MKTRX 1855
MainStay Funds I:
MAPG I MUBFX 34.11 +.13
S&P5l01dxMSPIX 27.73 +.02
Mails & Power
Growth MPGFX 68.95 +.08
Managers Funds:
FremntBd MBDFX 10.42 -.02
CapAp MGCAX 25.86 -.02
EmMkEq MEMEX 17.26 +.13
GlobalBd MGGBX 22.02 -.04
IntDurGy MGIDX 10.65 -.01
ShDurGv MGSDX 9.68 +.01
SpclEq MG5EX 89.11 -.13
Marsico Funds:
Focus p MFOCX 16.08 -.08
Grow p MGRIX 17.13 -.06
MassMutual Inst
CoreBdS MCBDX 11.00 -.03
MassMutual Select
IndxEqS MMIEX 11.22
Master Select
Equity MSEFX 14.69
Intl MSILX 17.11 +.01
Matthews Asian:
AsiaPacr MPACX 12.70 +.09
AsianG&l MACSX 16.11 +.06
PacTiger MAPTX 16.22 +.14
Mellon Funds:
BondFd MPBFX 12.72 -.04
EmgMktsMEMKX 21.16 +.05
Int0Fd MPITX 15.96 +.03
LgCpStk MPLCX 9.53 +.01
MdCpStk MPMCX' 13.46 +.02
SmCpStk MPSSX 16.91 -.01
Mergerfd MERFX 15.38 +.02
Meridian Funds:
Growth MERDX 35.63 +.03
Value MVAL.X 37.73 -.04
Merrill lynch A:
BalCapApMDCPX 26.70 +.02
BaVIAp MDBAX 31.74 +.03
EunroAp MDEFX 1730 +.03
FdGrAp MDFGX 17.05 -.02
GIAIAp MDLOX 16.66 +.10
HealthA pMDHCX 6.20 -.02
5&P500qp MDSRX 14.71 +.01
USGvMtg pMDFSX 10.26 -.03
Memll lynch B:
BaVIBt MBBAX 31.17 +.04
EuroBt MBEFX 15.04 +.02
FndlGBt MBFGX 15.64 -.02
FLMBt MBFMX 10.40 -.03
GIAlBt MBLOX 16.34 +.10
MNtlBt MBNLX10.58 -.03
ValueOpptMBSPX 24.14 +.05
Merrill lynch C:
BaVICt MCBAX 30.42 +.03
FdGrCt MCFGX 15.72 -.03
GIAICt MCLOX 15.90 +.10
Merrill Lynch I:
IntlVal MAIVX 27.11 +.07
BalCapi MACPX 26.77 +.02
BaVII MABAX 31.07 +.03
CrBPtIt MAHQX 11.80 -.03
FundIGI MAFGX 17.42 -.03
GIA0Ilt MALOX 16.70 +.09
GbMTchl MAGTX 7.16 -.03
GIbVall MAVLX 13.00 +.03
MClnl MAMIX 7.95 -.02
MNatll MANIX 10.59 -.02
NatRsTrt MAGRX 38.09 +.61
S&P500 MASRX 14.75 +.01
ValueOpp MA5PX 26.79 +.06
Metro West Ris:
TotRtBdl MWTIX 9.02 -.02
Midas Funds: '
MldasFd MID5X 2.09 -.02
Menetta Funds:
BalancApMBALX 10.72 -.01
BIChipA p MLCEX 6.01 +.01
MCapA p MMCEX 7.10 +.01
Monetta MONTX 10.35 +.01
SelTchA p MSCEX- 7.43 *
MonlagGr I MCGIX 22.64 -.05
Morgan Stanley:
LtdDrTrea LDTRX 9.18 *
Morgan Stanley A:
HiYidAx HYLAX 1.84 -.01
Morgan Stanley B:
AmOppB AMOBX 22.57 -.01
DivGtB DI1VBX 37.13 -.01
EqWtd VADBX 36.63 -.01
EuroB EUGBX 16.18 -.01
GIbDivB GLBBX 13.90 +.03
GrwthB GRTBX 11.70 -.03
PacGrB TGRBX 14.21 +.12
SP500B SPIBX 12.60 +.01
SpcValB 5VFBX 19.31 -.04
StratB SRTBX 17.69 -.01
USGvtB U5GBX 9.17 -.03
U118 UTLOX 13.74 -.11
Value p VLUBX 12.71 +.02
Morgan Stanley D:
AmOppD AMODX 24.41 *
GrowthD GRTDX 1256 -.03
IntValD IVQDX 12.95 +.02
TaxExD TAXOX 11.3 -.04
MorganStanley Inst:
EmMkt MGEMX 20.24 +.09
CrPIFInst MPFIX 11.62 -.02
nlutlSCpA MSISX 25.02 +.05
InltlEq MSIQX 2122 +.03
IntlEqBp MIQBX 21.08 +.03
LtdDur MPLDX 1038 *
MCGrAdpMACGX 20.46 +.01
SmCGrBpMSMX 12.06 +.03
USReal MSUSX 22.49 -.15
ValueAdv MPVAX 17.73 +.04
Muhlenk MUHLX 80.06 -.13
Munder Funds C/Il:
HlthcreC pMFHCX 21.35 *
Munder Funds Y:
RIEstEY MURYX 21.28 -.20
Mutual Series:
FinSvZ TEFAX 20.45 -.01
BeacnZ BEGRX 16.05 +.02
DiscZ MDISX 24.62 +.06
QualfdZ MQIFX 19.49 +.03
SharesZ MUTHX 23.17 +.01
Nations Funds Inv A:
FocEqAt NFEAX 17.88 -.09
IntlValAr NIVLX 22.88 *
MarsGrAtINMGIX 17.28 -.06
Nations Funds Prit A:
BdFdPrA NSFIX 9.95 -.03
CnScPrA NCIAX 17.78 -.01
FOcEqA t NFEPX 18.12 -.10
HiYldPA NYPAX 9.68 *
IntMPA NINMX 10.23 -.02
IntEqPA NIEQX 13.64 +.04


22.94 23.00


KPN 7.31 7.34
Philips 21.02 20.92
Royal Dutch 47.22 46.87
Unilever 50.90 50.40
VNU 2430 24.00
Wolter Klu 14.54 4.90
STOCKHOLM
(Swedish Crown)
Atlas A 337.00 340.00
Atlas B 311.50 314530
Electrolux 163.00 164.50
Investor 94.75 95530
SCA 269.00 270.00
Se-Banken 130.50 131.50
Skanska 79.25 80.75
SKF 333.50 337.50
Stora 105.00 103.50
Sven Handel 169.50 170530
Tele LM Eric 19.80 20.10
Trelleborg 125.50 126.00
Volvo 306.50 312.50
MADRID
(Euro)
BanPopular 52.15 52.65
Endesa 17.72 17.78
FCC 39.46 38.92
GasNatural 23.48 23.39
Telefonica 1429 1439
Telelfon Mov 9.97 9.95
(Mexican Peso)
AlfaA 61.95 60.85
Bimbo A 32.41 32.34
Comerci UBC 12.53 12.51
GCarso Al 60.50 60.83
KimberA 37.05 37.00
Maseca B2 6.40 6.40
Televisa CPO 34.95 35.24
Telmex L 21.73 21.89
Walmex V 41.00 40.88
BUENOS AIRES
(Argentine Peso)
Acindar 6.97 6.67
Alpargatas 2.13 1.96
Banco Frances 7.25 728
Banco Galicia 4.30 430
Renault Arg 0.920 0.897
ComclDelPlata 0.530 0.530
Molinos RP 6.10 5.89
Perez Co 3.99 3.90
Telecom 7.80 7.57
Telefonica 2.80 2.84
YPF 78.00 76.00
SANTIAGO
(Chilean Peso)
Andina-B 1270.00 1255.00
CMPC 12600.00
12601.00
Copec 4500.00 4490.00
Endesa 343.00 342.00
Entel 4680.00 4690.00
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IntVIPrA EMIEX 22.96
LgCpldPA NINDX 23.18 +.02
MarinOprNMOAX 11.70 +.04
MdCplPA NMPAX 10.97 -.01
STInPA NSTMX 9.86 -.01
STMPA N5MIX 10.26 -.01
SmCpIPA NMSCX 19.58
StrGrPrA NSEPX 12.19 +.02
ValuePA NVUX 13.19 +.01
Navellier Perform:
MidCpG NPMDX 26.39 +.04
Needham Funds:
Growth p NEEGX 30.57 +.12
Neuberger&Berm Inv:
Focus NBSSX 36.66 -.27
Genesis NBGNX 30.23 +.06
Geneslnst NBGIX 41.40 +.08
Guard NGUAX 16.45 *
HilncoBd NBHIX 951 -.01
Intl r NBISX 19.15 +.03
Manhat NMANX 6.90 -.01
Partner NPRTX 25.83 +.03
SocResp NBSRX 21.67 +.01
Neuberger&Berin Tr.
Genesis NBGEX 43.23 +.09
NevisFd r NEVIX 12.723
NewAlt NALFX 33.78 -.01
Nicholas Group:
Nich NICSX 60.97 -.05
NchLt NCLEX 19.21 +.05
Northeast Investors:
Growth NTHFX 16.37 -.02
Trust NTHEX 7.81
Northern Funds:
Fixn NOFIX 10.10 -.03
GrEq NOGEX 15.99 +.02
HiYFxInc NHF1X 8.41 -.01
IntTxEx NOITX 10.43 -.03
IntGrEq NOIGX 10.64 +.03
LgCapVal NOLVX 13.56 +.03
SmCpGr NSGRX 10.48 -.05
TxExpt NOTE0 10.75 -.04
Technly NTCHX 10.01 -.04
USGovt NOUGX 10.02 -.02
Northern InstI Fds:
EqldxA BEIAX 15.33 +.01
Nuveen CIA:
FLM8 p FLOTX 10.26 -.04
GrwthA p NOGAX 20.46 -.05
Nuveen CIB:
GrwthB p NRGBX 19.40 -.05
LrgCVB p NNGBX 24.83 +.07
Nuveen Cl R:
InMunR NITNX 11.04 -.04
IntDMBd NUVBX 9.12 -.02
Oak Assoc Fds:
PinOkAg POGSX 20.21 -.13
WhiteOkGWOGSX 31.73 -.11
OakValue OAKVX 30.91 +.17
Oakmark Funds I:
Eqtylncr OAKBX 23.54 +.06
Globall OAKGX 22.19 +.05
In tlr OAKIX 21.65 +.07
IntSmCp r OAKEX 21.15 +.04
Oakmark rOAKMX 41.09 -.04
Select r OAKLX 33.12 -.06
Old Westbury Fds:
Int OWEIX 105803 +.01
MidCpEq pOWMCX 15.63 -.03
Olstein Funds:
FnAlertC OFALX 17.85 +.03
One Group A:
Inv Bal p OGIAX 12.12 -.01
InG&lAp ONGIX 13.06
One Group B:
InvBI t OGBBX 12.09 -.01
InvGIl t ONEBX 12.99 *
One Group I:
Bond I WOBDX 10.85 -.03
DvrsEql OGVFX 11.92 -
DvrIntIl WOIEX 14.63 +.09
Eqlndxl HLEIX 27.41 +.02
GvBdI p HLGAX 10.34 -.04
HiYIdBI OHYFX 8.60 +.01
IncBdl HLIPX 7.95 -.02
IntBondl SEIFX 10.67 -.01
InllEql OIEAX 20.18 +.08
LgCpVII HLQVX 15.82 -.03
LOGrI SEEGX 14.63 +.01
MktNeur OGNIX 10.93 -.01
MidCpVII HLDEX 18.29 -.02
MidGr HLGEX 24.08 -.03
MtgBckI OMBIX 10.67 -.01
MunincI HITAX 9.88 -.02
STBdl HLLVX 10.56 *
SCapVI I PSOPX 25.05 -.03
UItSTBd HLGFX 9.87 *
Oppenheimer A:
AMTFrNY OPNYX 12.75 -.05
CapApA p OPTFX 40.56 -.02
CaplncApOPPEX 12.49 -.01
ChlncAp OPCHX 9.74 *
DvMktApODMAX 28.23 +.07.
Disc p OPOCX 42.06 -.12
EquityA OEQAX 10.75 -.02
GlohA p OPPAX 59.38 -.02
GIbOppA OPGIX 31.43 +.07
Gold p OPGSX 18.82 -.03
GrthAp OPPSX 26.61 -.04
HiYdAp OPPHX 9.79 -.01
IntBdA p OIBAX 5.91 -.02
IntGrwp OIGAX 19.19 -.01
LTGvAp OPGVX 10.11 -.01
MnStFdA MSIGX 35.20 +.04
MnStOApOMSOX 13.03 +.01
M50CA p OPMSX 19.77 -.01
RIAstAp QORAAX ,7,27 +.07
StrInA OPSIX 4.32 -.01
Oppenheimer B:
cpAppBpOTGBX 37.44 -.01
Go0blBt OGLBX 55.67 -.02
GIbOppB OGGIX 30.27 +.07
HiYdBt OHYBX 9.64 -.01
IntBdBst OIBBX 5.89 -.02
MnStFdB OMSBX 34.19 +.04
StrlncB t OP5GX 434 -.01
Oppenheimer C&M:
GloblCp OGLCX 56.55 -.02
MnStFdC MIGCX 34.17 +.04
StrlnCt OSICX 4.32 -.01
Oppenheim Quest:
QBalA QVGIX 17.93 +.01
QBalC QGRCX 17.70 +.01
QBaIB QGRBX 17.69 +.01
QlntValApQIVAX 19.5 -.01
QOpptyA QVOPX 32.28 -.03
QVauueAp QFVFX 21.58 -.06
Oppenheimer Roch:
LtdNYA p LTNYX 3.35 -.01
LNYCt L.TNCX 334 -.01
RoNtMuBtORNBX 12.22 -.02
RoMuApRMUNX 17.95 -.05
RcNtMuA ORNAX 12.19 -.02
Oppanheimer Y:
CapAppY OTCYX 41.53 -.02
PBHG Funds:
CliprFoc PBFOX 16.80 +.02
Growth PBHGX 18.62 -.01
LgCapGr PBHLX 19.85 -.06
LCpGrCon PLCPX 14.68 -.08
TechCm PBTCX 10.67 -.03
PIMCO Admin PIMS:
RIRetAdp PARRX 11.47 -.02
TotRtAd PTRAX 10.60 -.02
PIMCO Insl PIMS:
AllAsset PAAIX 12.78 -.02
ComodRR PCRIX 15.20 +.06
Divinc PDIIX 11.17 -.03
EmMkBd PEBIX 10.96 -.04
FrgnBd PFORX 10.48 -.04
GIbiBd PIGLX 10.20 -.04
HiYId PHIYX 10.01 *
LowDu PTLDX 10.15 -.01
ModDur PMDRX 10.28 -.02
RealRtnl PRRIX 11.47 -.02
ShortT PTSHX 10.02 *
StksPIs PSTKX 9.955+.01
TotRt PTTRX 10.65 -.02
TRII PMBIX 10.10 -.02
TRill PTSAX 9.43 -.02
PIMCO FundsA:
AIIAsset p PASAX 12.73 -.02
ComRRp PCRAX 15.12 +.05
HiYIdA PHDAX 10.01 *
LwDurA PTLAX 10.15 -.01
SmCpVA PCVAX 29.08 -.02
RenaisA PQNAX 2524 -.06
Value A PDLAX 17.17 -.02
InnovA PIVAX 15.09 +.03
RealRtAp PRTNX 11.47 -.02
TotRtA PTTAX 10.65 -.02
PIMCO Funds B:
HiYldBt PHDBX 10.01 *
ReonalsB PQNBX 23.75 -.05


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TargtBt PTABX 15.66 -.03
RealRtBt PBRBX 11.47 -.02
TRRtBt PTTBX 10.65 -.02
PIMCO RFunds C:
ComRRp PCRCX 15.01 +.04
HiYdC PHDCX 10.01 *
LwDurCt PTLCX 10.15 -.01
RenaisCt PQNCX 23.60 -.05
ValueC t PDLCX 16.67 -.02
RealRtCp PRTCX 11.47 -.02
TotRtCt PTTCX 10.65 -.02
PIMCO Funds D:
Biotech p DRBNX 25.09 -.07
CommRR pPCRDX 15.13 +.05
LowDurp PLDDX 10.15 -.01
RealRtn p PRRDX 11.47 -.02
TRtn p PTTDX 10.65 -.02
Parnassus Funds:
Eqtylnco PRBLX 24.77 -.04
Pax World:
Balanced PAXWX 23.13 -.02
Growth PXWGX 11.63 +.01
Paydenfunds:
MktRet PYMRX 10.52 +.01
PennMtC p RYPCX 9.76 -.01
Penn Port Funds:
VBond PRVBX 56.95 -.02
Phoenix Foods:
BalanA PHBLX 14.84 -.03
GrIncA PDIAX 14.38 +.02
Phoenix-Duff&Ph:
ReEA PHRAX 24.12 -.22
Phoenoix-Engemann:
BalRtA PABRX 26.89 -.06
CapGrA PHGRX 14.55 -.04
CapGrO PGTBX 13.44 -.04
MdCpGrA PHSKX 15.14 -.01
Phoenix-Goodwin:
EmMkAp PEMAX 8.46 -.04
EmMkBp PEMBX 8.28 -.03
MulFIlAp NAMFX 1123 -.02
Pioneer Funds A:
HiYIdAp TAHYX 11.60 -.01
IntlValA PIIFX 17.64 +.09
MdCVAp PCGRX 24.81 +.01
PappStrGr PAAFX 15.0 -.01
PionFdAp PIODX 41.86 +.12
IEstA PWREX 23.55 -.18
ValueA p PIOTX 17.80 +.03
Pioneer Funds B:
EuropBp PBEUX 28.31 +.08
HiYldBt TBHYX 11.64 -.01
Pioneer Funds C:
HiYIdCt PYICX 11.75 -.01
Preferred Group:
IntlVal PFIFX 16.63 +.03
Price Funds Adv:
BIChip p PABGX 30.10 -.06
Eqinc p PAFDX 26.61 +.06
HiYdp '- PAHIX 7.19 *
Price Funds:
Balance RP8AX 19.79 +.01
BIChip TRBCX 30.10 -.05
CapApp PRWCX 190.59 +.06
DvSmGr PRDSX 1250 -.01
DivGro PRDGX 22.77 +.02
EmMktB PREMX 13.43 -.05
EmMktS PRMSX 20.43 +.13
Eqinc PRFDX 26.66 +.06
Eqlndex PREIX 32.35 +.02
Europe PRESX 20.25 +.02
Extlndx PEXMX 13.02 -.02
FinSvcs PR15X 22.96 -.12
FLIntm FLTFX 10.99 -.03
GNMA PRGMX 9.65 -.01
Growth PRGFX 26.13 -.03
Gr&ln PRGIX 22.27 +.03
HIthSci PRHSX 22.36 *
HiYield PRHYX 7.20 *
IntlBond RPIBX 10.22 -.06
IntDis PRIDX 33.79 +.09
IntlStk PRITX 13.04 +.04
Japan PRJPX 8.38 +.03
LatAm PRLAX 17.18 -.01
MDOBond MDXBX 10.80 -.03
MediaTI PRMTX 27.74 +.06
MidCap RPMGX 48.91 -.01
MCapVal TRMCX 22.61 +.02
NAmer PRWAX 32.32 -.05
NAsia PRASX 10.38 +.11
New Era PRNEX 36.35 +.45
N Horz PRNHX 29.05 -.01
N Inc PRCIX 9.11 -.03
NJ Bond NJTFX 11.85 -.04
NYBond PRNYX 11.43 -.04
PSBal TRPBX 18.160 *
RealEst TRREX 17.22 -.12
R2010 TRRAX 14.00 +.01
R2020 TRRBX 14.83 +.02
R2040 TRRDX 15.48 +.02
ScTec PRSCX 18.25 -.06
ShtBd PRWBX 4.74 +
SmCpStk OTCFX 31.05 +.03
SmCapVal PRSVX 35.20 -.02
SpecGr POSGX 16.79 +.02
Specin RPSIX 12.05 -.01
TFInc PRTAX 10.09 -.03
TxFrH PRFHX 11.08 -.03
TxFaSI PRFSX 5.41 *
Totlndex POMIX 12.69
USTLg PRULX 11.99 -.09
Value T0VLX 22.89 +.08
Principl FuRnds:
IChp p PBLCX 18.65 +.04
Principal Inv.
PtrLV In PLVIX 13.43 +.01
ProFunds lnv CI:Y .,.
RealEstat REPIX 34.05 -.48
Purisima Funds: -,).
TotRet p PURIX 18.56 '+.02
Putnam Funds A:
AmGvAp PAGVX 9.04 -.03
AABagAp PABAX 10.69 -.01
DvrlnA p PDINX 10.32 -.02
EqInA p PEYAX 17.54 -.01
EuEq PEUGX 21.22 +.04
FLTxA PTFLX 9.31 -.03
GeoAp PGEOX 18.04 -.01
GIbEqty p PEQUX 8.47 +.01
GrInA p PGRWX 19.44 +.03
HIthAp PHSTX 58.60 9 +.29
HiYM p PHIGX 8.24 1
IncmA p PINCX 6.84 -.02
InBtlEq p POVSX 23.90 +.10
lotCapOp PNVAX 25.18 +.11
InvAp PI1NVX 12.55 *
NwOpA p PNOPX 40.91 -.05
NwValAp PANVX 17.91 +.02
OTC A p POEGX 7.26 -.01
PATE PTEPX 9.19 -.03
RsrchAp PNRAX 13.78 -.03
TxExA p PTAEX 8.90 -.03
TFInA p PPNAX 15.13 -.06
TFHYA PTHAX 1209 -.03
USGvAp PGSIX 13.25 -.02
VstaA p PVISX 9.43 -.01
VoyAp PVOYX 16.14 -.02
Putnam Funds B:
CapAprt PCABX 17.44 -.04
ConvBt PCNBX 17.04 +.01
DvrlnBt PSIBX 10.24 -03
Eqinct PEQNX 17.39 -.01
EuEq PEUBX 2051 +.04
FLTxBt PF0BX 9.31 -.03
GeoBt PGEBX 17.8 -.01
GrInBt PGIBX 19.14 +.03
HIhBt PH8X 53.64 +.26
HiYldB t PHBBX 8.20 *
IntlEqp POVBX 23.04 +.09
InvBt PNVBX 11.54 *
.NwOpBt PNOBX 36.92 -.05
OTC Bt POTBX 6.45 -.01
ResrchBt PRFBX 13.14 -.03
VistaB t PVTBX 8.27 -.01
VoyBt PVOBX 14.11 -.02
Pubtam RFunds C:
GrOppCp POGCX 12.06 +.01
Putnam Fonds M:
DvrIncp PDVMX 10.24 -.02
Putnam Funds Y:
George PGEYX 1.08 -.01
Gr&lnc PGIYX 19.48 +.03
Income PNCYX 6.8 -.02
IntlEq POVYX 24.04 +.09
VDy PVYYX 16.66 -.01
RS Nueds:
RSDivrGp RSDGX 21.82 +.02
RSEmGp RSEGX 30.52 -.08
RSIAgep RSIFX 14.75 +.05
RSPart RSPFX 34.70 -.07
Value RSCOX 22.14 +.06
SmCoGrp RSSGX 21.91 -.05
Reynolds Funds:
BIChGrp RBCGX 28.56 -.10


Opptyp ROPPX 16.95 -.03
Royce Funds:
LwPrStkr RYLPX 15.00 +.01
MicroCapl RYOTX 15.59 -.01
Opptylr RYPNX 12.87 +.03
PennMul r PENNX 10.15 -.01
Premierir RYPRX 15.03 +.01
SpecEqi r RYSEX 19.34 -.07
TotRetIr RYTRX 12.24
Russell RiFunds S:
DivBdS RDBSX 23.74 -.05
DivEqS RDESX 42.88
IntSecS RISSX 62.39 +.09
MstrtBd5 RMSSX 1050 -.02
QuantEqS RQESX 37.61 +.02
RESec RRESX 42.66 -.30
ShDrBdS RFBSX 18.90 -.01
SpecGrS RSPSX 50.87 -.06
Russell Instil I:
Eq ll REASX 29.72 -.01
Eq Q I REDSX 34.64 +.03
ixincI RFASX 21.18' -.05
n I RINSX 38.50 +.06
Russell LfePts C:
BalStrC p RBLCX 10.74
Russell LfePts D:
BalStratp RBLDX 10.81 -.01
Rydex C Class:
JunoCp RYJCX 18.01 +.18
Rydex Dynamic
Tmpt500 p RYTPX 42.81 -.02
TitanSOO p RYTNX 37.41 +.03
VcityOO1 p RYVYX 19.69 -.10
VntrlOO p RYVNX 22.85 +.12
Rytdex Investor
Biotech RYOIX 18.92 -.03
Juno RYJUX 18.67 +.18
Nova RYNVX 26.58 +.02
OTC RYOCX 10.19 -.03
SEI Portfolios:
COreFxA TBLVX 10.57 -.02
EMktDbT SITEX 10.79 -.04
EmMktp SIEMX 13.52 +.11
EqldxA TRQIX 37.04 +.02
HiYlId SHYAX 8.87
IntMuniA SEIMX 11.01 -.04
IntlEqA SEITX 11.14 +.04
ntlFixA SEFX 12.27 -.05
LgCGroA SELCX 17.92 -.04
LgCValA TRMVX 21.67 *
SmCGrA SSCGX 16.72 -.05
SmCValA SESVX 20.04 -.03
TxMgLC TMLCX 11.21 -.01
SSgA Funds:
EmgMkt SSEMX 16.03 +.07
SP500 SVSPX 19.84 +.01
SmCap SVSCX 28.58 -.08
STI Classic
CapAppT STCAX 12.49 -.05
GrwIncTp CRVAX 16.50 +.02
HiYldl 5AMHX 11.33 -.01
SmCpGT SSCTX 20.58 -.12
SmCpVIT SCETX 20.23
TxSnGrT p SITAX 24.48 +.02
TxSnGrLt SDFX 22.97 +.01
VallncTp STVTX 12.71 *
Salomon Brothers:
RiYldA SAHYX 8.60 -.02
InvValO SAIFX 20.46 -.02
SmCGBt SBSMX 13.84 +.03
Schwab Funds:
DivEqlnv SWDIX 12.74
DivEqSel SWDSX 12.74
IntSSr SWISX 16.23 +.06
MTAIIEq SWEGX 11.23 +.02
MT Gro SWHGX 16.42 +.01
100lmnvr SNXFX 34.35 +.01
1000Sel SNXSX 34.34 *
S&P nv SWPIX 18.51 +.01
S&P Sel SWPPX 18.57 +.01
STBond SWBDX 10.08 -.01
SmCpInv WSMX 21.60 -.01
SmCpSl SWSSX 21.62 -.01
TotBond SWLBX 10.05 -.03
YIdPlsl SWYPX 9.69 *
YIdPlsSI SWYSX 9.69
scudder Funds A:
DrHIRA KDHAX 43.19 +.09
FLTxA KFLAX 10.51 -.04
GrthA KGRAX 9.09 +.01
HilncA KHYAX 5.68 *
MgdMunipSMLAX1 9.22 -.03
NYTxA KNTAX 11.06 -.04
RREEFp RRRAX 19.60 -.11
StratlncA KSTAX 4.91 *
TechA KTCAX 10.65 -.02
TotRetA KTRAX 9.01 -.01
USGovA KUSAX 8.64 -.01
Scudder Funds B:
DreHIRB KDHBX 43.02 +.09
Scudder Funds C:
DreHiRC KDHCX 43.07 +.09
Scudder Funds S:
BalanS SCBAX 17.50 *
Oevel SCDVX 19.70 -.03
EmMkIn SCEMX 10.94 -.04
EmMkGrrSEMGX 18.38 +.08
GNMAS SGINX 15.16 -.02
GIbBdSr SSTGX 10.34 -.04
GlobalS SCOBX 2724 +.15
Gold&Pre SCGDX 16.86 -.11
GrolncS SCDGX 21.74 *
HIthCarer SCH5LX 22.55 +.07
HiYldTx SHYTX 12.85 -.02
Incomes SCSBX 13.03 -.04
IntTxAMT SCMTX 11.43 -.04
IntlFdS SCINX 44.66 +.16
LgCoGrm SCQGX 23.36 +.02
MgdMuniSSCMBX 9.23 -.03
MATFS SCMAX 14.67 -.04
PacOpps r SCOPX 13.50 +.13
SP500S SCPIX 15.96 +.01
ShtTmBdS SCSTX 10.17 ,
Scudder Instl:
Eq50o1L BTIIX 136.27 +.10
LfLngIL BTAMX 11.24
Scudder Investment
Eq5001nv BTIEX 134.84 +.09
In0Eq BTEQX 23.17 +.08
Security Funds:
Equity SECEX 6.48 -.01
Selected Funds:
AmShO SLADX 37.38 +.01
AmShS p SLASX 3739 +.01
Seligman Group:
ComunAt SLMCX 24.20 -.08
GrowthA SGRFX 3.78 +.01
HYdBDOt SHYDX 3.52 '
MAMuniA SMATX 8.24 -.02
Sentinel Group:
ComS A p SENCX 29.62 +.06
IntlEqAp SWRLX 17.80 +.10
SmCoA p SAGWX 7.35 -.01
sequoia SEQUX155.42 -.52
SkylneEq SKSEX 2836 -.04
Smith Barney A:
AgGrAp SHRAX 93.64 -.08
ApprAp SHAPX 14.79 +.01
FdValAp SHFVX 14.84 +.03
LgCpGAp SBLGX 21.05 -.07
MgMuApSHMMX 15.61 +.01
MCapCApSBMAX 2222 -.02
MDLCGVtSPSAX 8.81 +.01
MuFLA SBFLIX 13.05 -.01
SBCpInc SOPAX 16.38 +.01
Smith BmyAlloc B:
GrthB t SGRBX 12.12 -.02
Smith Barney B&P:
AgGrBt SAGBX 84.34 -.08
ApprBt SAPBX 14.50 +.01
Financial pSBFBX 14.82 -.11
FVaIB t SFVBX 13.99 +.02
HthScFB pSBHBX 11.66 +.13
HilnMt SHIBX 7.12 -.01
LgCpGBt SBLBX 19.92 -.06
MDLCGB6 t SPSBX 8.58 +.01
TchFdBt SBTBX 3.87 '
TotRtnBt TRBBX 11.75 -.03
Smith Barney C:
AggGrC SAGCX 84.86 -.09
FdValC SFVCX 14.00 +.02
HlthSciC SBHLX 11.66 +.13
HIIncC SHICX 7.13 *
LgCapC p SLCCX 19.91 -.06
MDLCGCt SPSLX 8.57
Smith Barney 1:
DvStrl CSGWX 17.49 +.02
Smith Barney Y:
AggGroYtS5AGYX 96.98 -.09
LgCpGrY 5BLYX 21.60 -.06
SoundSh SSHFX 3634 +.01
SouthTrust Fds:
Bond 5TBDX 10.16 -.03


Spectra Funds:
Fund N SPECX 632 -.01
St FarmAssoc:
Balan STFBX 50.77 +.10
Gwth STFGX 49.09 +.19
sterlin Capital:
SCapVal SPSCX 17.74 -.04
Strategic Partners:
EquityA PBQAX 15.13 +.02
IntValA PISAX 2057 +.07
Stratton Funds:
Dividend STMDX 35.06 -.35
Strong Rinds:
AsiaPc SASPX 10.76 +.02
BlueChlp SBCHX 11.78 -.03
CmStk STCSX 22.54 +.06
Divlnco SDVIX 17.02 +.02
Dow 30 SDOWX 13.19 +.03
Enterpr SENTX 24.43 +.09
GovSec STVSX 10.72 -.03
Grwthlnv SGROX 18.72 -.01
Index SINEX 14.17 +.01
Opptylnv SOPFX 45.50 +.13
Overseas SOVRX 13.45 +.01
STBdInv SSTBX 8.68 *
STMulnv STSMX 9.84 *
Techl00 5TEK 4.52 +.01
USEmGr SEMRX 14.99 -.05
UltStlnv STADX 9.20 *
UIStMulncSMUAX 4.79 -.01
Value 51VAX 10.96 +.02
Strong Fds Advoiso
CmStkA p SCSAX 22.28 +.06
MidCopGrSMDCX 14.20 +.01
SCApValZ pSSMVX 29.8 '+.14
SunAmerica Funds:
NwCenA pSEGAX 30.88 +.01
NwCenBt SEGBX 14.96 +.01
SunAmerica Ficus:
FLiCpAp SSFAX 16.87 -.08
TCUShOur TCUDX 9.62 -.01
TCW Galileon RIs:
SelEqty TGCEX 17.91 -.12
ValueOpp TGVOX 22.23 +.07
TCW Galileo N:
SelEqNp TGCNX 17.57 -.11
Tamarack Funds:
MicCpVal TMVSX 20.67 -.04
Value TVASX 45.92 +.04
Templeton lInstit
EmMS p TEEMX 15.67 +.08
ForEqS TFEQX 20.71 +.02
Third Avenue Fds:
Intlr TAVIX 19.09 +.02
RIEstVIr TAREX 27.44 -.03
SmICap TASCX 22.74 +.07
Value TAVFX 53.38 +.11
Thompson Plumb:
Growth THPGX 45.86 -.06
Thomburg Fds:
IntValAp TGVAX 20.54 +.05
LtMuAp LTMF1 X 13.71 -.02
ValueA TVAFX 30.48 +.05
Thrivent Fds A:
HiYld LBHYX 5.27 -.01
LgCpStk AALGX 25.54 +.02
MidCpGr LBMGX 13.84 +.01
MidCpSk AASCX 16.42 +.03
ManiBd AAMBX 11.53 -.04
Tocqueville Fds:
Goldt TGLDX 32.880 -.04
Torray Funds:
Fund TRYX 40.35 -.07
Instl TORRX 114.74 -.19
Touchstone Family:
EmGrAp TEGAX 210.39 +.01
hTransamer Premier.
Balncelp TBAIX 22.29 -.06
Equityl TEQUX 1.75 -.06
GwtFOpp TPSCX 19.13 -.03
TA IDEX A:
JanGrowp IDETX 22.84 -.06
TAIDEXC:
AAIMdGrt IMLLX 1136 -.01
TCU USDGv TCUUX 9.44 *
Turner FRmds:
MidcpGth TMGFX 24.42 -.02
Tim Browne:
Glo.a1 TBGVX 24.15 +.09
UBS Funds CIA:
GlobAlo8t BN1GX 1332 -.01
UBS Funds CI C:
GlobAllo p BNPCX 13.11
UBS PACE Ris PR
LCGEqP PCLVX 19.62 +.01
UMB Scout Funds:
World UMBWX 24.61 +.15
US Global Investors:
AllAm GBTFX 23.78 +.01
GIdShr USERX
HolmsGr ACBGX 15.78 +.01
USChina USCOX *
WldPrcMnUNWPX *
USAA Group:
AgvGt 6USAUX 2.16 -.15
CrstStr USC6RX 26.67 +.03
EmgMkt USEX 13.10 + .07
FStrtGr UFSGX 925 -.05
GNMA USGNX 9.79 -.01
Growth AA.X 13.48 -.04
Gr&lnc USGRX 1837 +.02
IncStk USISX 16.75 +.06
inco USAIX 12.45 -.03
IntTerBd USIBX 10.22 -.03
Nasdq l00 USNQX 4.73 -.02
PrecMM USAGX 15.17 -.09
S&P Idx USSPX 18.04 +.01
ShtTBnd USSBX 8.93 *
TxFIn UFLTX 10.22 -.03
TxElt USATX 13.36 -.04
TxELT USTEX 14.23 -.05
TxESh USSTX 10.73 -.01
UtdAssc500 UASPX 81.7
Value Line Fd:
Aggrin VAGIX 5.18 .01
Conv VALCX 11.60 *
Fund VLIFX 13.94 *
Inc&Gro VALIX 8.39 +.01
NYTE VLNYX 10.13 -.04
USGvt VALBX 1L73 -.03
Van Eck Funds:
EmgMkApGBFAX 10.41 +.10
lROvGIdA INIVX 0.63 -.04
Van Kamp FundsA:
AggGrAp VAGAX 13.98 -.02
CmrstAp ACSTX 1836 +.03
EGAp ACEGX 37.96 +.01
EntAp ACENX 12.04 -.02
EqlncAp ACEX 8.64 *
GIbFranp VGFAX 22.86 +.10
GvScA p ACGVX 1031 -.03
GrInAp ACGIX 20.25 +.02
HarbA p ACHBX 14.63 -.01
HYMuAp ACTHX 10.79 -.02
InTFAp VKMTX 19.01 -.08
PaceAp ACPAX 8.81 -.02
REstAp ACREX 2239 -.15
StrMunlncVKMHX 1321 -.03
US MtgeAVKMGX 13.91 -.02
Van Kamp FRnds BI
AggGrB p VAGBX 12.92 -.02
CmstBt ACSWX 1835 +.03
EGBt ACEMX 3257 +.01
EqlncBt ACEQX 8.51 +.01
Grlnc~t ACGJX 20.07 +.02
HarbBt ACHAX 14.58 -.02
HYMuBt ACTGX 10.79 -.03
REstBt ACRBX 2238 -.15
SeIGrthB r VBSGX 4.77
Van Kamp Funds C:
AggGrCt VAGCX 12.96 -.02
ComStkC ACSYX 18.36 +.03
EqlncCt ACERX 8.54
FocEqCt MAECX 15.03 -.03
Van Wagoner Fuinds:
EmgGro pVWEGX 4.73 -.04
MicroCp pVWMCX 9.40 -.02
Vanguard Admiral:
AsstAdml VAARX 55.05 +.04
BalAdml VBIAX 19.38 -.02
CAITAdm VCADX 11.10 -.04
CpOpAdl VHCAX 69.17 +.06
EqlnAdmn VEIRJ( 49.43 +.02
EuroAdml VEUSX 6223 +.09
ExplAdml VEXRX 6839 -.07
ExtdAdm VEXAX 30.79 -.06
FL0TAdm VFLRX 11.88 -.06
500Adml VFIAX 110.96 +.08
GNMAAd VFJX 10.45 -.02
GrolncAd VGIAX 50.24 +.06
GrwAdnm VIGAX 25.95 +.04
H0thCr VGHAX 53.42 +.31


Fond Tkr. NAY Chq.
HiYldCp VWEAX 6.44
HiYfdAdm VWALX 10.87 -.04
InsdLTAd VILQX 12.84 .06
ITBdAdml VBILX 10.62 -.05
ITsryAdml VFIUX 11.19 -.05
IntGrAdm VWILX 6038 +.16
ITAdml VWIUX 13.55 -.04
ITGrAdm VRFDX 10.03 -.03
LtdTrAd VMLUX 10.85 -.01
LTGrAdml VWETX 9.69 -.08
LTAdml VWLUX 11.49 -.05
MCpAdml VIMAX 71.01 +.07
PrmCap r VPMAX 63.72 +.18
ReitAdm r VGSLX 77.09 -.70
STsydml VFIRX 10.42 -.01
STBdAdml VBIRX 10.07 -.02
ShtTrAd VWSUX 1.595 -.01
STIGrAd VFSUX 10.61 -.01
SmCAdm VSMAX 26.28 -.05
TxMCapr VTCLX 56.2 +.04
TxMGdnr VTGLX 53.84 +.03
ToBAdm VVBTLX 10.25 -.03
TStkAdm VTSAX 2852
USGrAdmVWUAX 40.71 -.17
ValAdmil IAX 21.48 +.01
WelIslAdmVWIAX 52.74 -.13
WeLlnAdmVWENX 52.44 +.05
Windsor VWNEX 60.42 +.14
Wdsrlld VWNAX 55.00 +.05
Vanguard Fds:
AssetA VAAPX 24.51 +.02
CAIT VCAIX 11.18 -.04
CapValue VCVLX 1151 +.03
CapOpp VHCOX 29.95 +.03
Convrt VCVSX 12.98 -.01
DivdGro VDIGX 12.16 +.03
Energy VGENX 44.84 +.76
Eqinc VEIPX 23.8 +.01
Expir VEXPX 73.45 -.08
FLLT VFITX 11.88 -.06
GNMA VFIIX 10.45 -.02
GlobEq VHGEX 18.25 +.06
Grominc VQNPX 30.75 +.03
GrthEq VGEQX 939
HYCorp VWEHX 6.44
HlthCre VGHCX 126.59 +.72
InllaPro VIPSX 12.61 -.01
InTExpi VtINEX 16.98 +.02
InTGr VWIGX 18.98 +.05
InMGal VTRIX 31.72 +.16
ITinGrde VFICX 10.03 -.03
rTFsry VFITX 11.19 -.05
LifeCon VSCGX 15.25 -.01
UifeGo VASGX 20.00 +.01
Lifelnc VASIX 13.55 -.01
ULifeMod VSMGX 17.90 *
LTIGrade VWESX 9.69 -.08
L'Tsry VUSTX 11.66 -.10
Morg VMRGX 15.99 *
MuHY VWAHX 10.7 -.04
MulnsLg VILPX 12.84 -.06
Mulnt VWITX 13.55 -.04
MuLtd VMLTX 10.25 -.01
MuLong VWLTX 11.49 -.05
MUShrt VWSTX 15.9 -.01
NMLT VNJTX 12.10 -.05
NYLT VNYX .1154 -.05
PALT VPAIX 11.59 -.05
PrecMtlsrVGPMX 17.60 +.08
Prmcpr VPMCX 61.43 +.19
SelValu r VASVX 1839 +.03
STAR VGSTX 18.76 -.02
STIGrade VFSTX 10.61 -.01
STFed VSGBX 1036 -.02
STrsry VF15X 10.42 -.01
StratEq VSEQX 2122 -.02
TgtRe2015 VTXVX 11.17 -.01
TgtRe2025 VTrVX 11.38 -.01
TxMBal VTMFX 1850 -.02
TxMCAp r VMCAX 27.93 +.02
TxMGI r VTGIX 26.20 +.02
TXMInr VTMGX 10.44 +.02
TxMSCr VTMSX 21.18 *
USGro VWUSX 15.72 -.07
USValue VUVIX 13.83 +.06
Wellsly VWINX 21.76 -.06
Wellta VWELX 3035 +.02
Wrdsr VWNDX 17.0 +.04
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Australia (Dollar) .7890 .7890 12674 1.2674
Bahrain (ODinar) 2.6525 2.6025 3770 .3770
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Chile (Peso) .001764 .001760 566.89 568.18
China (Yuan) .1208 .1208 8.2781 82781
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Egypt (Pound) .1721 .1721 5.8116 5.8116
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Hungary (Forint) .0054 .0053 18.91 187.16
India (Rupee) .0229 .0229 43.760 43.740
Indnsia (Rupiah) .000108 .000108 9250.00 9290.00
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Mexico (Peso) .090383 .090171 110640 11.0900
N. Zealand (Dollar) .7230 7183 0.3831 13922
Norway (Krone) .175 .1560 6.3478 .4118
Pakistan (Rupee) .0168 .0168 59.38 59.42
Peru (New Sol) 3067 3069 3260 3258
Philpins (Peso) .0183 .0182 54.68 54.80
Poland (Zloty) 3279 J268 3.05 3.06
Russia (Ruble) .0358 .0358 27.9370 27.950
SDR (SDR) 1.51709 1.51878 .7689.2 .684
Saudi Arab (Rival) 2667 2667 3.7500 3.7501
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Sweden (Kraia) .1434 .1439 6.9753 69506
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THE MIAMI HERALD


61 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19,2005 INTERNATIONAL EDITION


BASEBALL I SPRING TRAINING


FLORIDA MARLINS I BILL ROBINSON


WALTER MICHOT/HERALD STAFF
TAKING THEIR CUTS: Players work out in the batting cage ai the Marlins' spring training complex in Jupiter, Fla. Pitchers and catchers reported to camp Thursday.


'BEST TIME


IN


THE WORLD'


Bill Robinson was met with hatred when he first came to spring training more than

40 years ago. These days, the Marlins' hitting coach can barely wait to arrive.


BY CLARK SPENCER
cspencer@herald.com
JUPITER Bill Robinson
reported to his first spring training in
1962. He was 19, a rookie prospect for
the old Milwaukee Braves. All of his
personal belongings were stuffed
inside a paper bag. He had never
flown in a plane before, and as he
looked out the window on the trip
down to Florida, he mistook the
clouds for smoke from a ground fire.
"Excuse me, sir," Robinson said
politely to the clerk at the front desk
when he went to check into the team
hotel in Bradenton. "I believe you .
have a reservation for Bill Robinson."
The man folded his arms across
his chest, turned his back on Robin-
son, and faced the wall, unblinking.
"Excuse me, sir," Robinson said,
trying once more to gain the clerk's
attention.
But it did no good. The clerk stood
firm, refusing to acknowledge him.
Robinson might as well have been
speaking to a mannequin.
Only later did Robinson learn the
reason. The hotel was for white
guests. Nonwhites and those on
the Braves that spring included Hank
Aaron, Felipe Alou and Rico Carty -
were put up in a home belonging to a
local funeral director.


Robinson, the hit-
ting coach for the
Marlins, spent part
of Wednesday morn-
ing telling the story
after making his way
from his home in
New Jersey for what
marks his 42nd
spring training. BACK AT IT:
. Thursday was the Hitting
official report date coach Bill
for Marlins pitchers Robinson
and catchers, but
some players and coaches began
trickling in early. Robinson was
among those, and, though he no lon-
ger is confronted with the segrega-
tion that was prevalent in the South
40 years ago, the airline lost his lug-
gage, and he hadn't eaten all morning.
The latter he attributed to anxious
energy, the kind that consumes him
around this time every year.
"Spring training is the best time in
the world," Robinson said as he
watched pitcher Josh Beckett grab
the driver from his golf bag and take
a few practice swings. "I start to
scratch my head about two weeks
before spring training. It's kind of a
nervous twitch I've developed. I'll
scratch my head and my wife will
say, 'Uh oh, spring training must be


right around the corner.' She knows
it's close."
Robinson, 61, is lacking most of his
hair.
READY TO GO
But his lust for spring hasn't
waned. It's a renewal. It energizes
him. He said he and fellow coaches
Perry Hill and Jeff Cox have been
calling one another the past few
weeks just to talk baseball.
Being the hitting coach, Robinson
said he has worn nothing but a smile
since Carlos Delgado signed with the
Marlins a few weeks ago.
"Last year going into spring,
because of windmiing the World Series,
we were on a kind of high," Robinson
said. "This year,.you get a different
kind of high. This year, maybe even
more so, because we have the ingre-
dients. Now we're laden with veteran
players. Then you add a monster
[Delgado] in the middle of the lineup.
Even up in Philly in all the papers,
we're favored as one of the better
teams."
But that's getting ahead of things.
The season opener isn't until April 5.
The next six weeks are designed to
get to that point.
"There was a gentleman that was
the president a baseball club that I


WALTER MICHOT/HERALD STAFF
STAY LOOSE: Pitcher Dontrelle
Willis gets in some stretching.
used to manage," Robinson said. "He
would come to spring training every
year and make the rounds. I would
say, 'Why do you do that?' And he
said, 'You know, because in spring
training, everyone is in a good
mood.'"
And it's true.


GOOD FEELINGS
On Wednesday, rookies and veter-
ans alike shook hands, slapped backs
and asked teammates how they had
spent their winters.
Marlins newcomers, such as
relievers Chad Bentz and Jim Mecir,
spent part of the time introducing
themselves to their new teammates.
Juan Pierre, who wasn't scheduled
to report until today, was not only on
hand but also pleading with Marlins
trainer Sean Cunningham to have his
physical taken Friday along with
pitchers and catchers but before the
rest of the team is required to take
theirs.
"Because I want to beat the cav-
alry," Pierre said.
Robinson was roaming about with
his golf clubs, but not his clothes, in
tow.
After waking up at 4:30 am.
Wednesday, Robinson's wife drove
him to the airport and sent him on his
way to another spring training. He
said he was so filled with anticipation
that he tossed and turned in bed most
of the night.
"It's like a love affair, like meeting
your wife for the first time," Robin-
son said of his feelings each baseball
spring. "It's an itch in your heart you
just can't scratch."


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SPORTS


SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19,2005 I THE MIAMI HERALD


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will lead NBA

into a new era
DENVER- They're not just-
good. They're not just great.
They exude great, occasionally
touching mythically great, barely into
adulthood.
And they don't scare the white
people.
That's why LeBron James, Dwayne
Wade and Amare Stoudemire lead a
generation that'll have the NBA's next
10 years remembered as fondly as the
nostalgia-gilded 1980s and early 1990s.
Not that they'll be Dr. J, Michael J.,
Magic and Bird, with an Isaiah
Thomas chaser. These players,
though their games could be consid-
ered on the same level when all is
done, aren't copies.
But they, particularly James and
Wade, share many of the same char-
acteristics that allowed that group to
lift the NBA from the image-poor
1970s to its image-copied mid-1980s to
mid-1990s.
The NBA has an image problem
again, although it's nowhere near as
dire as it was in the late 1970s. Now,
it's that static, low-scoring basketball
is being perpetrated by too many me-
first guys who are down with a rum-
ble. Or a jack.
Much of this is a generation and
cultural gap marked by those 1960s
chasm-causing subjects body art,
hair and music. Be that as it may, per-
ceptions of ghetto anger and rapa-
ciousness have been refueled through
arrests, holdouts and savage moments
such as the Auburn Hills brawl.
The NBA would rather be known
for James, Wade and Stoudemire,
guys who haven't lost their heads
despite their relatively quick rise to
international stardom.
"This whole year has been a com-
ing out party for us," Stoudemire said.
Wade said, "I asked God, if he ever
put me in this position, that I would
be the same person that I am. I can
only be the person I know how to be."
TEAM ORIENTED
All have to be unselfish. They're
integral parts of fast-breaking teams.
Wade runs the Heat's break. James
orchestrates Cleveland's. Stoudemire
has a leg in the Phoenix Suns' nightly
relay races. You have to have '"Team"
at your core to play good racehorse
ball.
With Shaquille O'Neal and Cleve-
land's Zydrunas Ilgauskas on the
bench during the Heat's Feb. 3 victory
over the Cavs, the game was thrown
into James' and Wade's kiddie pool.
From this fountain of youthful talent
gushed beautiful basketball with
almost everyone in the floor caught in
the racing flow of two young stars
one-upping each other.
Good shot, good dunk or good
pass, LeBron?
"Good pass," James said instantly.
"Get my teammates in the game. I get
more kick out of that than anything."
"He's not supposed to know the
stuff that he knows at his age," Seat-
tle's Ray Allen said of James. "Just
knowing how to make his teammates
better, not thinking about himself.
Most young players coming into the
league, they think about themselves.
You think about how you want to get
more shots, more touches."
TOUGH COMPARISON
It's almost a sports custom that
those that follow a Golden Age of
immortals suffer in comparison.
How many Next Willie Mays types
went down swinging? It took Penny
Hardaway, Grant Hill, Vince Carter
and, finally, Kobe Bryant failing to be
The Next Jordan to retire that tag.
But perceived away-from-the-
arena qualities play a part in this lack
of fulfillment. Fans found Gene Tun-
ney too coolly intelligent folligent following
rough Jack Dempsey. After a decade
of Muhammad All's childish winks
and jokes, angry workman Larry
Holmes didn't come off well.
So it is with an NBA generation
symbolized in many minds by Allen
Iverson, Latrell Sprewell and Rasheed
Wallace. They followed a group
digested more easily by the so-called
mainstream.
Erving knew his appeal lay par-
tially in a straight-arrow image that
was as safe as his play was spectacu-
lar. According to a Sports Illustrated
story, Erving once wryly included
himself when naming the Sixers'
Caucasian players.
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Ray Lewis had plenty of chances to affix his name to
a restaurant, sit back and let other people do the work.
But the Baltimore Ravens' All-Pro linebacker wouldn't
dream of hiring someone else to do his
job. So Lewis spurned every offer, confi-
dent that one day he would be part of a
venture that would provide the same kind
of excitement he experiences when sack-
ing a quarterback.
He found it in "Ray Lewis' Full Moon
Bar-B-Que," a Southern-style restaurant in
downtown Baltimore that will open for
business Sunday.
As majority owner, Lewis helped
design the restaurant interior, provided LEWIS
memorabilia for the walls and even tested the food.
"I always wanted the flexibility to come in and say, 'We
need to do this, and we need to do that,' "Lewis said. "If I'm
not hands-on, I lose. My strength is, I've got to be right there.'


Share the love
Minnesota Timberwolves
All-Star forward Kevin Gar-
nett, about new coach
Kevin McHale: "Kev's got,
us playing beautiful basket-
ball, unselfish basketball.
He's like a breath of fresh
air."


The story grows
NBC Tonight Show host
Jay Leno: "I picked up
Jose Canseco's new book
about steroids. I boughtthe
book, and it was 175 pages. I
put it on the table, and the
next morning it was 225
pages."


'If you're good, you're good -
whether it is the era of the
steroids or the cigars or the
hot dog or the beer or the
amphetamine or the red juice
or the whiskey. They're still
good.'
- FELIPE ALOU, San Francisco Giants manager, who is ready
to stick by slugger Barry Bonds (above), understanding that
there will be even more attention on the Giants this spring
because of steroid suspicions.



FLASHBACK


On this day in history:
1955 Bernie "Boom Boom" Geoffrion of the Mon-
treal Canadiens scores five goals in a 10-2 victory over
the New York Rangers.

1977 Rod Gilbert of the New York Rangers gets his
1,000th career point. It comes on a goal in a 5-2 loss to
the New York Islanders.

1984 Phil and Steve Mahre of the United States
become the first brothers to finish 1-2 in an Olympic
event, the men's slalom, at the Winter Games in Sara-
jevo, Yugoslavia. Meanwhile, the Soviet Union beats
Czechoslovakia 2-0 to win the gold medal in ice hockey.

1984 Cale Yarborough sweeps into the lead just
two turns before the finish to win the Daytona 500. He
becomes only the second driver to win consecutive
Daytona 500s; Richard Petty was the first.

1993 Wendel Suckow edges two-time world cham-
pion Georg HackI of Germany by 0.106 seconds to cap-
ture the first world luge championship medal of any
kind for the United States.

1994 With her third consecutive 500-meter victory,
speedskater Bonnie Blair wins the fourth gold of her
Olympics career.

1996 Charles Barkley of the Phoenix Suns grabs 14
rebounds in a 98-94 victory over the Vancouver Griz-
zlies, becoming one of 10 players with 20,000 points
and 10,000 rebounds in the NBA.

2000 Mark Messier, who contributed two assists,
collects the 2,000th point of his career in the Vancou-
ver Canucks' 3-1 victory over Ottawa. Messier's 2,000
points includes the NHL playoffs and a brief stint in the
defunct World Hockey Association, in which he had one
goal and 10 assists.

2002 In Salt Lake City, bobsledders Jill Bakken and
Vonetta Flowers give the United States its 21st medal of
the Winter Olympics. Flowers becomes the first black
athlete in history to win a gold medal at the Winter
Olympics.


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LeBron James, Cle 49 7.1 7.7 25.4
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Zydrunas Ilgauskas, Cle 51 8.3 1.4 17.4
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Dwyane Wade, Mia 50 5.2 7.3 23.5
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lease on life and racing into an opportunity to serve.


BY KEVIN BAXTER
kbaxter@herald
DAYTONA BEACH In
auto racing, crashes normally
aren't considered good things.
But then Donnie Neuenberger
isn't your normal race-car
driver in more ways than
one.
Which is why, 10 months
after running into a wall,
Neuenberger readily credits
the crash with saving his life as
well as his NASCAR career.
And now that he's got a sec-
ond chance at both, he's deter-
mined to make the most of it.
"All I've ever done before is
work on sponsorships and
really didn't have time or
took the time to do a lot of
nice things for other people,"
he said after Friday's qualify-
ing for today's Hershey's
TAKE 5 300 Busch Series
opener at Daytona Interna-
tional Speedway. "Well, that's
all changed."
Neuenberger was a moder-
ately successful driver last
spring with a top 10 Craftsman


truck finish and his first full-
time Busch ride when he lost a
tire in the fourth race at Dar-
lington, S.C., and ran into a
wall.
Two days later he woke
with a sore back and under-
went a body scan to see what
the crash had shaken loose.
LEARNING OF CANCER
The good news was the
accident hadn't damaged any-
thing but the car. The bad
news was he had follicular
non-Hodgkins lymphoma.
"I thank racing for finding
my cancer," Neuenberger said.
"If we weren't fortunate
enough to find it we wouldn't
be here today. We would have
gone from here."
Neuenberger raced three
times after the exam "while I
really tried to get a handle on
what I had and what I was
going to do about it," but
never finished better than
33rd. In April he finally
decided to stop racing all
together while undergoing


vigorous but noninvasive
treatment for the cancer,
which is in remission.
Friday's qualifying marked
Neuenberger's return to rac-
ing, and even finishing 37th
couldn't dampen his enthusi-
asm.
A pair of Nextel Cup driv-
ers veteran Joe Nemechek
and Cup rookie Kyle Busch -
had the only two cars that
topped 182 mph and they'll
start together on the first row.
"I used to be a nervous
wreck and worry so much.
Now you just roll with things a
little easier and you're thank-
ful every day and appreciate
things," Neuenberger said.
"This sport is such an up-and-
down sport. It's very tough on
people so you learn to deal
with that a lot better."
BIGGER PICTURE
Even his motivation for rac-
ing has changed. Where once
it was all about winning, now
he sees his race car as a vehi-
cle for delivering a wider mes-
sage.
"It's kind of given me an
opportunity... to really help
people. It gives us an opportu-
nity to do a lot of neat charita-


ble things for kids," said
Neuenberger, who has
founded a program to support
children with cancer and will
visit with 250 young patients
at an upcoming event near his
home in Brandywine, Md.
"Because after what I've
been through, there's plenty of


money for research
opment. But there is:
to do [for] those kids
even adults that are t
ill and are stuck in a
"So if I can go in t
give them a neat diec
or a shirt or a picture
talk about something


10 minutes in their day, to me
that's the neat thing."
Neuenberger was never in
the running for the pole in Fri-
day's qualifying, a position
that wasn't determined until
Busch, the final of 55 drivers,
had finished his two-lap run.
Nemechek, who hit the track
four cars earlier, had taken the
top spot at 182.452 mph, a
speed Busch just missed. But
he was still fast enough to
knock Paul Wolfe off the front
row.
"This is our race right
now," Nemechek said, who
has started on the pole five
times at Daytona and has won
here twice. "This car is very,
very good. This is the-moSt -
excited I've been about racing
in a long time."
Busch, 19, who is joing
Nemechek on the Cup circuit
full time this season, was a
five-time winner on the Busch
and devel- circuit last year when he fin-
n't much ished second to Series cham-
s, and pion Martin Truex Jr.
terminally "Wish we could have got
hospital. the pole for those guys," he
here and said of his crew. "Still it's an
cast [car] awesome race car. We're
e and just ready for the race too. We
g else for think we're really good."


FROM THE SPORTS FRONT


Drivers relate how


big crash happened


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The normally-calm John-
son the overwhelming
favorite to win the 2005 Nex-
tel Cup championship and a
good bet to win Sunday's
Daytona 500 with his outside
pole start went into a tirade
after the incident.
"I hope Childress fires him
or NASCAR does something
about him because this is
ridiculous," Johnson said. "He
wasn't using his head. That's
the first time I've ever been
bump drafted in the center of
the turn."
HARVICK'S VIEW
Harvick denied that he was
bump drafting (a move in
which a driver slams his car
into the rear bumper of the
car ahead to give that car a
burst of speed). Harvick
claimed Johnson slowed in
front of him and he couldn't
avoid contact.
Right after the race,
NASCAR president Mike Hel-
ton called both drivers into
the NASCAR hauler, along
with Hendrick and Childress.
They watched the video.
They discussed the incident.
Harvick and Johnson also
talked privately for 20 min-
utes at Johnson's motorhome.
After practice Friday, each
driver spoke to the media at
their own haulers. They
agreed they had put the wreck
and emotional comments
behind them. But they still
didn't agree on blame.
"I think, after you watch
the tape, we catch them so


fast, and there's a big bump
right in the middle of the cor-
ner, and he's up about half a
groove and got a little loose
and I got to him," Harvick
said. "And, you know, it's
hard to slow the thing enough.
"When somebody's trying
to gather it up and you're on
the bumper, it's just like I say:
one of those deals."
Johnson discounts the
claim that his car was loose,
which means the back tires
don't grip the track well and
the car fishtails toward the
wall.
NO CAR PROBLEMS
"The car was driving
great," Johnson said. "Just the
timing of the draft and the
way cars suck up to one
another, and the timing of it
didn't work out. He got in the
back of me and turned me
around.
"There's nothing that I was
doing any different than any
other lap. And when you're
behind the other cars, you've
got to be careful to not do
that. .... He caused that
wreck."
Johnson said he thought
the same way after seeing the
video.
"Yeah, it validated my
emotions," Johnson said.
Joe Nemechek, who also
got caught up in the wreck,
put it bluntly that drivers
have control of where and
how hard they hit someone in
that situation.
"He has a brake pedal,"
Nemechek said.
Johnson's car spun several


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infield without hitting any-
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"I'm very lucky I didn't
have to go to a backup car,"
Johnson said. "There's a lot of
guys who are still upset."
Nemechek, who suffered
some bruised ribs and a sore
neck, had to go to a backup
car. So did Harvick, Wallace
and Dave Blaney. They all
will have to start at the rear of
the 43-car field. Martin's crew
was able to repair his car.
Nemechek said Harvick,
who has been involved in sev-
eral controversial incidents in
his career since taking over
the Richard Childress Racing
ride following Dale Earn-
hardt's death at the 2001 Day-
tona 500, is a "heck of a racer"
but needs more "common
sense."
Johnson has had a fairly


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SDAYTONA BEACH -
Mark Martin bumped his way
to the front of the pack, then
held on as the field disinte-
grated behind him to win the
crash-marred International
Race of Champions on Friday.
The victory gave Martin a
record 12 victories in the
series, which matches 12 driv-
ers from various elite racing
series. And afterward Martin,
W who is retiring from full-time
Sl -a racing after this season,
appeared melancholy when he
met the press.
"I didn't think about mak-
clean track record and wants ing history tonight," he said.
to keep it that way. "I had a sad, sinking feeling
"It's not about trying to get before the race started that
revenge," he said. "It's not this might soon be coming to
about trying to prove some- an end for me. Time is limited
thing to the racing commu- in getting invited back to the
nity. series.
"We want to win a champi- "This experience probably
onship. We don't want this means as much or more to me
still lingering along, than anything I've ever done."
"Hopefully, everything is Martin Truex Jr., the
ironed out, and we never have defending NASCAR Busch
to talk about this again." Series champion, was second
Johnson, the winner of the ahead of Craftsman Truck
Bud Shootout, for his first vic- titlist Bobby Hamilton.
tory of any kind at the 2.5-mile Martin took the lead four
superspeedway, said he laps from the finish of the 100-
doesn't expect the ordeal will mile race when he bumped
hurt his chances of winning leader Matt Kenseth from
his first Daytona 500. behind, causing him to slow
"I think the other teams and sparking a crash that col-
who definitely have to go to lected Indy car driver Helio
backup cars, that's going to Castroneves, World Outlaws
change things for them," champion Steve Kinser, Grand
Johnson said. "But we're still Am driver Scott Pruett and
right on target." Sebastien Bourdais of the


Champ Cars series.
After the crash, the race
was stopped for 10 minutes as
crews worked to clean debris
from the track.
REPAIR JOB
After a long night followed
by an early morning in the
garage Mark Martin's crew
decided Friday that they could
repair their primary car, which
appeared to have been totaled
in Thursday's seven-car quali-
fying race crash.
Martin, who is retiring after
this season, has never won at
Daytona. But he said before
Thursday's crash that he
thought his primary car was
fast enough to win.
Because of the repair work,
Martin was not able to get on
the track for Friday's practice
session though he'll have
another chance to test the car
this morning,
Rusty Wallace, Joe Neme-
chek and Kevin Harvick, who
were also caught up in the
wreck, will all be racing
backup cars Sunday and will
be forced to start in the back
of the field. Also in a backup is
Dave Blaney, who was thought
not to have qualified because
of the crash.
But he wound up making
the grid thanks to a new
NASCAR rule which guaran-
tees Daytona spots to the top
35 car-owner teams in last
year's points standings. Blaney
got it based on points earned
last season by owner Richard
Childress' No. 30 car.


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By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports
Reporter

AS EXPECTED,
Stephen 'Garbo' Coakley
was returned unopposed as
president of the New Provi-
dence Softball Association.
At the NPSA's annual
general meeting on Thurs-
day night at the Churchill
Tener Knowles National
Softball Stadium, Coakley
was elected to head the
executive board for the next
two years.
He will be rejoined by
first vice president Perry
Seymour and second vice
president Bobby 'Baylor'
Fernander.
The new third vice presi-
dent is Nerissa Seymour,
who replaced Martin 'Pork'
Burrows, who now assumes
the post of treasurer.
Phillip 'Froggy' Rolle is
also back as the fourth vice
president as is Linda Ford
as the assistant treasurer.
However, Cyril Smith is
now the assistant secretary.
Coakley, who returned to
head the NPSA in the final
year of Godfrey 'Gully'
Burnside's two-year term
last year, said the executive
board will meet on Monday
to appoint, among other
things, their directors.
"I didn't have a problem
working with the persons
who were in office last year
and I don't have a problem
with those elected to serve
for the next two years,"
Coakley stressed.
"I expect that we will
work very well in the future,
moving the NPSA further
than it is right now."
The NPSA is set to start
its new season on March 19
when two men's team, one
headed by Mario Ford and
another led by Larry Forbes,
will be making their debut,
along with a ladies' team
managed by Steven 'Bish-
op' Beneby.
All of the teams, accord-
ing to Coakley, have shown
their support to the execu-
tive board, which could only
mean that they could look
forward to an exciting year.
"This is the most enthu-
siasm that I've seen in quite
a while," Coakley stated. "I
believe this is an indication
of where softball is headed."



Hall of Famer

immortalised
ROCK SOUND, Eleuthera
- International Softball Feder-
ation Hall of Famer, Douglas
'Dougie' Smith will immor-
talised this coming weekend in
his hometown of Rock Sound,
Eleuthera with the naming of
the softball park in his horiour.
The event takes place on Sat-
urday, February 19 in Rock
Sound at 7.30pm under the aus-
pices of the Minister of Youth,
Sports and Culture Neville Wis-
dom, who will announce the
renaming of the park to the
'Dougie' Smith Park
'Dougie' Smith, one of
Eleuthera's proud sons, is
renowned for the many talents
he displayed on the softball dia-
mond, both as a player, coach
and manager over the past three
decades.
An icon in the sport of soft-
ball in Eleuthera, 'Dougie' was
only recently inducted into the
Bahamas Softball Federation's
Hall of Fame.
Mr. Smith, 56, last year joined
longtime softball executive and
former Bahamas Softball Fed-
eration President Greg Christie,
and former Bahamas Men's and
Ladies National Team skipper
Mr. Sidney "Bobby Baylor"
Fernander, as three latest
Bahamian inductees into the
ISF Hall of Fame.
"He has been one of our
country's greatest ambassadors
for the sport of softball both at
home and abroad. He is a
Bahamian hero and a great soft-
ball legend," says Mr. Churchill
Knowles-Tener, Co-Chairman


of the National Family Island
Sports Advisory Committee.


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CV BETHEL STINGRAYS
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Walker Knights on Thursday.
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* By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter
BEING unable to finish big
games is becoming a huge
downfall for the CR Walker
Knights senior boys this sea-
son, and it haunted them on
Thursday night.
Knights, who played the
CV Bethel Stingrays, the
number one team in the Gov-
ernment Secondary School
Sporting Association (GSS-
SA), held onto a nine point
half time lead, but blew the
game in the final minutes of
play, finally losing 78-70.
Knights devoured the
Stingrays with the full court
press in the first three quar-
ters, but went flat in the
fourth, giving the Stingrays
new life.

Rebounded
There were opportunities
came later in the third for the
Stingrays when the Knights
went 3 for 12 from the free
throw line, Stingrays also out
rebounded the Knights on
both the offensive and defen-
sive glass.
Stepping up huge for the
Stingrays was Roney Cardo,
who had 33 points, 12
rebounds and 10 block shots.
Assisting Cardo, in avoid-
ing what would have been the
biggest upset in high school
basketball this year, was
Rashad Gardiner, with 13
points, eight rebounds, three
steals and four assists.
In the first half of play, the
Knights went on a 8-2 run in
the first quarter, expanding
the run to a 10-2 run in the
second. Knight's Jerrell
Coakely went on a shooting
spree from behind the arch,
shooting four three pointers,
that forced the Stingrays to
call a time-out.
When the Knights dropped
into a 3-2 half court defence,
the taller Stingrays' team
took charge.
Cardo said: "I just wanted
to come out and show the
crowd exactly how we are
going to compete in the
upcoming tournament. This
was also a grand opportunity
for our team to continue
to gel and play under pres-
sure.
"We came out hard and
played on both ends of the
floor, we knew if we out
rebounded the team on both
ends of the court we would
have come out on top of
them.

Intensity
"When we went into the
locker room we build up that
intensity, saying that the
same intensity would have
put us over the edge. The
Knights came out playing us
hard and we wanted to keep
our perfect record, so we
came out of the locker room
on fire."
After the Knights suffered
a shooting drought, the
Stingrays relied on their big
men in the post. The drop
step by Cardo only com-
pounded the troubles for the
Knights.
Knights' Britchlette
LeFluer, who scored 21
points, did all he can to keep
the Knights in the game
but it was too late for the
team.
With two minutes remain-
ing in the game, the Stingrays
applied their full court pres-
sure, and on the offensive
end tried to stall, working the
time off the clock.
But LeFluer was able to
sneak one of the rebounds
from the Stingrays, quickly
outletting to Renaldo
Pitchard.
Pitchard, who scored 22 of
the Knights points, pulled up
for a 15 footer that clinched
nets.
Knights tried to re-apply
their full court pressure, but
Pitchard lost his footing,


allowing Cardo to sneak pass
him for one of the three mon-
strous team dunks.


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(:15) ** IN & OUT (1997, Comedy) Kevin Kline, ** * ANGELS IN AMERICA (2003, Drama) (Part 1 of 2) AI Padno,
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